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OFFICE COBHEE CHPRCTANgpHS?ItY .STBEBTg;
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E. 0. EA5THAK. H. C. C. CHUECII, und 0. C. TOKEETi
THURSDAY MORNING, J.VN. 1W.'I5.
th hypocrisy of wiuqglcy.
We lately ipnt a leisure liocrin likinc over
the files of the NathviVt Banner wl A-itW-e 7.
TPAi, published during the Presi'dental earnae of
11852, and turned down the pages whih ootaa;n(l
'arguments against the election ofFr.AXKi.bi Pierce.
because ho lived ina State which excluded Ctcoh3
from holding office. Referring to cur own files, ve
found that, at that time, wc contended that a msn
ought not to be held responsible for tho cxis'erj't
of a bad law, when he had opposed that law. IVe
; found, however, that this argument did not con-
vinco our neighbor?. So horrible, in their eye?,
V was the idea of proscribing a man for his religious
, belief, that thoy appealed to the people to vole
An -against a citizen of the Stato which tolerated sneh
proscription, even though tin? citizen himpelf had
a J ktbored to repeal the obaoxious law. We shall
occasionally atnufe our readers by printing some of
the arguments referred to,, now that both the Uftn-
: sw and True Whig have become, know-nothing
' ' organs ; aad prejwre them for the exposure which
. these otracs will make by publishing the fjllow
' ' - tag article from tire Louisville Democrat :
IkHJAKKABLE Revolution is Wino Slxtisiext.
Ir. the year ot our Lord 1852, after the nomination
of UrankKn Prerce as President, it was recollected
that his State had a clause in her Constitution pto
iCribing from certain State offices all meu of Jlo-
- -man-OsthoHe f'artlt. Whiy editor?, from one end
of tEc Union to the other, became terribly excited
aWiutjt. It was inquired, if Franklin Pierce was
responsible in any way for this prescriptive clause
in the organic law of the State. Fierce, elaborate,
and vindictive crmments were made upou such
anti-American doctrine as was contained in the
Constilutiun of New Hampshire. It was said that
effort had b?f a made to adopt a new Constitu
tion; that one had been submitted to the people.
, removing tho disability imposed upou Catholics:
and tht it lwd hum lojectoa; and the whigs proved
to their satisfaction that it wa3 lost by democratic
votes. Whig editors published columns of returns
in detail; showing that in the democratic counties
the new Constitution found littlo favor.
On the other hand, it was affirmed that the whig
; - leaders opposed sttiking out the religious test, and
- generally voted against the new Constitution; that
Pierce and Woodbury, the leading democrats in the
convention, had done all they could against this re
ligion test, and got it stricken out; that Pierce had
" left his seat (be was president of the Conventional!-
made a mcst eloquent speech in behalf of re)
ligjoas liberty and gain?t the odious prevision in
the old Constitution; that subsequently, when the
vote was being taken in his own town upon tho
r Constitution he called the voters together, and
.urged them to vote aye in crder to get rid of the
All tbjrlidn't satisfy the whig". They -aid that
Pieice had influence enough in his Slat- to have
had this test stricken out, if he had bter. in good
earnest about it; and that, at any rate, no man in
a State that would tolerate such a Constitutional
provision onght to be elected President. They
thought it dYc'dedly best to prosciibe every man in
the State di;'racc 1 by having and retaining a re
ligions test in her Constitution. Nobody defended
tho provision trj-ctcd to. It was repudiated every
where. Ail the democrats cculd do was to show
that Pierce -was not responsible for the sin; that
1 he had done all he could against it. So dear is
" religioaslibeity In illis country, and so hateful
'- were restraints pon it, that no one cou'd be
found to ds.-fend a Constitution proscribing any
religious sect. No one was bold enough to stand
Mp and face the country with a defence ot it.
This was ouly two years ago; and where now
sleep tie holy zeal of whig editors for freedom
of cons.iencr? Where now are the eloquent and
patriotic denunciations of intolerance? Where
sleeps the consciences of wb:g editors; They were
thrown into spasms two years ago in behalf of
religious liberty. They then employed all their
-reeesrees f capacity and mendacity against the
monstrosity of religio3 tests. Did they waste all
the seal for the holy cause of freedom of con
scte&ce far spoils, in 1832, so that there is none
left now? Have they come to believe that the
crime they tried to fasten upon Pierce was, after
a virtue ? Were they playing the hypocrite
and -demagogue when they so fiercely denounced
the New Hampshire Constitution, merely nvailing
themselves of popular hobby to beat an oppon-'
ent, and thus get office and pelf?
What is ihe lact now? There is a secrit and
vigilant organization now formed all over the l'n- j
ion, banded together by pledges, sign", pa word j
grips, and periiaps, oaths, to cxclcdo all Roman .
Catholic from office. It is operating, wherever
there is a political contest, for the whig candidates;
and whig editors ere quiet as limbs. Not a word
do we read of those fierc? and terrible appeals in
behalf of religious freedom. We can find no ener
Rflltc repudiation of this seeret phalanx in its politico-religious
TT" "TTepreisnt this fact " to the sober reflection of
the public. We ore often told that politics are
venal, mercenary and corrupt. It looks so, indeed,
in this aspect of the case. Was the whig zeal of
1832 all sham and hypocrisy, and a lie a great
public, shemoV-s lit? If not so, what's the matter
We bar startling intelligence ! Iht Knms
iptrWups fcfrr carried London .' The question is
settled. The Pope will retire when he hears the
fcedfs. The Know -Nothings may proclaim their
. saMon ended, and disband. Fmi Popery, is now
tlaiUsey to vtTtte the history. What terrible cou
Bteraaliou wiH be excited in the corrupt Catholic
Govemaents of tho old world whoa they read the
following announcement xu the Trvt U'c -"
Moac Ksow Nothikgis-m. Tho little town of
-London, in East Tennessee, seems to bo afilicted
with those mysterious gentry, as well as other
cities. A municipal election was held there on the
6th inst.. at which the Aldermen were elected :
Maj.A. Wall Mfyor, B.F. Pavis, II. Rogatt, D.
C.Hun:, Dr. J. F. Ilarrisnp, Rev. John L. Oav,
from lit Kt?fbm Oazttltfr.
AmiUAL ilfirrtso or Tnn Roase Count v Aoki
tUlTUEAi. Society-. The Roane County Arieul
oral Jiocietv held ita annual meeting at tie Cnurt
House in Kingston on Saturday the G'.h Januarv,
In the absence of the President, Wm. F. Rrown
Yiee Prfsiilent, took the chair and called tho So
' aety i t order.
Ttie t.lkwin,T .entlemen were elwleJ, by bsl-
' JnL oQcers of the Society tin- the present year :
W. F. Brown, Pfttidetit.
Josef h Anderson, John Y. Smith. Vice Vrsi'-
S. T. Turner, Treasurer.
If. I. Wv'.cker, Itrcordittg Startlary.
X. A. Patterson, Corretposiling Secretary.
R. K. Byrd, Thomas A. Rrown, Janif- U. ilar
tia, W. S. Center. Thomas N. Clark, J. W. Illiea,
A. H. Crowder, W. A. Lenoir, Tho3. J. Mascn,
John ' . TalUaro, Wm. P. ifartin, R. F. Welcker,
B. F. S. Davis, C. F. Welcker, andJ. R. Pobinson,
Board of Managers
On a rev:sion of the constitution the following
wotediDr. were had, being unanimously conrur
' red in by the members:
1. The 7t'i rrticlewas so Emended that the reg--ular
meetings of the Society shall bo held on the
lst Monday in tach month, instead of the 1st Sat-"nrday.
2. Tne llowing additional articles were made :
1. The Treasurer is outhoriiod and directed to
plie at interest m solvent band, eulject to the
Can OJUljs to -Jeiy, any inonu-s ot the society wmcti
may eoaw into his hands.
2. The Trurer and Rocordms Seeret.irp .r.
X reqaired to -"make quarterly reports of the- state
and condition of the Society,
i On motion of Thos. A. Rrown. Jas. R jrartin,
" B. F. S. Davis, H. I. Welcker, Wm. Y. Huff, ftnd
WL A Lenok were appo.nted a special committee
to confer and contract with the committee of ar
rangements appointed to arrange and superintend
the Fair, tobebeJd atLeudon the present ear for
tho Eastern Division of Tennessee, in reference to
a nnion of the County FaiF with said District Fair.
On motion, Henry X Welcker, a member of the
Societv, was appointed a delegate to represett
Roane Couuiy Agricultural Society in the Agricul
tural Rureau of the State of Tennessee, to convene
at Naskville on Wednesday the 10th inst, -On
mbtiooythe Society then Bdjourned.
W. F. Brow, Freiident
Tnos. A. BbowK, Secretary.
1.1'dOTEAN lNir.1.1 !OE's. s
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--f4w birfcileVtjroaiJtTerpqll to tu.e JO-b. ujft
bemg scen dajs later. .
Anion her (mat ugers are Cjinn.f.1. 1 e- re of
the .lpari sii. ladron, ai.d the beat-n.t dtipitenei
- r irom-t. l etersnurg.
aro without special moment, tliou.'ii mtei
material change in affiirs at Sebatopol.
Jfensehikolt telegraphetl on Uie 20ih ol Deoetu
ber that there was nothing new at Sebastopol since
the previous accounts. Tiie weather was very se
tvr and disagreeable. lie' further states that a
wpil directed fir of the Russians had interrupted
thu enemy's work.
Large reinforcements were rayiidly arriving to the
Alliei Up to the l?th. over twe:riy thousand of
these troops had arrived.
It was stated that the storming of Sebostopol
would commence on the arrival of the Turkish re
inforcements. The French are to storm whilst the
English and Turks aw to attack Menschikoff. The
Russian Naval Artillery have been taken out of tho
Biltic. Tho whole Raltic fleet is to be brought to
Notes have been exchanged legarding the Con
ference at Vienna, between the Representatives
Tho Allies v.xre defining the sense in whicinheir
Cabinet was to understand the 'foiir points'' here
Gortschakofl' had asked for time to obtain in
structions from his Government.
Private advtees from London say that the course
of politics favor the possibility of a speedy termina
tion of the war.
Austria it is believed will 'assume the offensive,
and thereby influence all Germany ou her side.
The people, it is'fhought, will force their Govern
ment to aecept the propositions of tho Allies.
iluch excitement continued througheutEngland,
on the war question, which was absorbing all inte
rests. Nothing definite had been done in Parlia-
The proposed loan, however, would be
Affairs in France present no change. The people
are enthusiastically excited in reference to the war.
It1s fully believed that Prussia will join the al
lies. Indeed that the steps taken by Austria will
compel her. Spain quiet.
Large reinforcements of Russians were daily ar
riving at Sebastopol. The next battle, if it takes
place, will bo the rao3t desperate and bloody ofall.
The Prussian mission to England was of no spe
cial importance. The bill for the enlistment of for
eigners passed the English Parliament
The English Parliament had adjourned.
Roth British and French Fund3 were much de
pressed under existing circumstances and the ne
cessity of making loans.
England ha3 secured a largo loan.
Two Russian vessels of war attacked a French
steamer bound to Sebastopol. The English frigates
came to her relief and the Russians retreated.
Russian bulletins generally claim their Laving
gained important advantage over the Allie3.
The Turkislvtroops at Kara were pressed by the
The Allies at Sebastopol are now fuily prepared
The third Parallel of French mounted guns, thir
ty thousand Turks, with a division of French and
English artillery, were about to seigs Perekop.
There are 53 lines there.
It wa3 rumored that the Russians made another
sortie on tho 12tb. and were repulsed with several
hundred killed, and 1100 prisoners.
The Allies also lost considerably.
It is rt ported that Omer Pah3 has written to the
Sultan, making the condition of his accepting the
command of t.ie Turkhh forces at Sebastopol, that
ho shall have two vote3 in the council of war, in
order to prevent his being outvoted by Lord Rag
lan and Marshal Canrobert
Vienna, Dec. 28 A d:spafch from Warsaw an
nounces that the Russian navy artillerymen were
taken out of the Baltic fleet, and to their presence
at Sebastopol is due the recent precision of the fire
from that place, as well as the new found boldness
of the fleet
A high political conference was to beheld at tho
residence of the British Minister, at Vienna, on the
28th ult. The Ambassadors of England, France,
Russia, Prussia, and Prince Gortschakofl' were to
take part in the discussion. The conference was to
be of the most positive character.
A dispatch from Vienna, .dated the 20th, says
that Prince Gortsehukpff had presented a note re
ceived from St. Petersburg to Count Buol. It is
believed to be unsatisfactory, but is not a final re
ply of Russia.
The Prussian i.i'sion to London, of which high
expectations had I een formed, it is now surmised
was merely tho bearer of an autograph letter to the
Queen, and insti uctions to watch the movements cf
certain known agitators in London.
Gen. ller.schikofr was lying sick, ard Osten
Sacken wbs in command.
Five thousand Turks had landed at Eupatoria.
The destination of Omer Pasha's army was a pro
f.mnd secret It was thought ho would invest the
North side of Sebastopol. Lleleft Shumla for Con
stantinople on the 17th of December, but his future
movements weie cot known. The Turkish troop3
began to arrive from Varna on the 18tb.
A letter in the Soldalan Frenml says that the de
fence of Sebastopol is now to !e conducted on a
new plan, 'i tie costly material 13 to be removed
from the bastions on thts wall and carried back to
the ships Twenty-two snips in the harbor of Se
bastopol have been equipped ready for sea.
TLe Kremolin Blatt says likewise that the dc
fence of Sebastopol is to be confined to the forts.
A railway expedition from England is already
on its way in screw steamers and two sailing ships,
with nil tne materials lor constructing a railway
from Balakkva to Sebastopol
The wretched stale ot the country and theheavy
rains had put a stop almost to operations.
The communication between Perekop aud Sim
feropol was completely interrupted. A week had
elapsed since a conrier arrived at Odessa from Se
baetopol. At the last eccouuts tho weather had improved,
and there had been a heavy frost Roth ai mies
were renewing their activity. Several sorties were
reported, end the Russians had been victorious.
The eight English steamers had taken soundings
at Etchakolf, and it is surmised that tho allies will
make an attack on Rim'um preparaffry to the at
tack on Perekop.
Ol'EKIXG Or TDK FltEKCH CilAUEUttf. TlIC E.M-
PEEon's SrEFCu. On Tuesday, the 20th, at ona
o'clock, the Emperor opened in person, at the Pal-
aco of tho Tuilerfes, m tne balio ues .uarecnaux,
the legislative session of IS-jj, und received the
oaths of tho new membeis of the Senate-aud
Corps LegisUlii. The throne waj placed at the
end of the room on a dais, into the bay of the win
dow looking into the garden. On the right of tho
throne was placed a chair for Prince Jeromo Bona
parte, and on the left another for Prince Napoleon,
absent on tho Emperor's service.
The Emperor having taken his place in front of
the throne, having Prince Jerome Napoleon on his
right, aud Prince Louis-I.ucieu Bonaparte and
Prince Lucien Murat on his left, the whole of tho
persons being upstanding and uncovered, tho Grand
Master o! the Ceremonic s, after having taken the
order of hia Mejesty, said, "Gentlemen, be seat
ed.1' Tim Empernr then delivered the folio wh
Messieurs les Scnatcurs, Messieurs les Deputes:
Since your last meeting, great deeds huve been ac
complished. Tne appeal wnicn l mane to tne coun
try to defray the expenses of the war was so well
responded to, that tho result has surpassed my
hopes. In the Baltic as in the Black Sea, our arms
have been victorious Two great battles have add
ed renown to our standard. The intimacy of our
relations with England has been brilliantly attest
ed. The English Parliament has voted thanks to
our generals and to our soldiers. A great empire,
made young again by the chivalrous sentiments of
its Sovereign, has detached itself from the power
which for forty years has menaced the indepen
dence cf Europe. The Emperor of Austria has
concluded a treaty defensive to-day, offensive,
perhaps, to-morrow which unites his cause with
that ofFrance and England,
Thu gentlemen, as the war is prolonged the
number of our allies increases, and the ties already
formed become closer. For what ties are, in fact.
more secure than the names of victories shared by
the two armies and recalling a common glory, the
same anxieties and the same hopes agitating the
two countries, and the ssm aims and the same
intentions animating :li j o.. i r 'Vt-r' T.ents in all
parts of the globe? Thus the asln.i.c- with Eng
land is not the effect of a mere pissi.ig imerost or
of political expedienc-, but it is the urnon of two I
powerful nations associated on the triumph of a
cause in which for more than a century tbeir own '
greatness, the interest of civilization, and i tie lib- i
erty of Europe are at tho same time iuvolved.
Join me, then, on this solemn occasion, Jn thanking
here, and in tie name of France, lha Parliament
for its cordial and warm demonstration, and the
EnjjUih army and its esteemed chief for their val-
'0' C'T frer",:0". NVxtje, h lld ppni-e fot l.e
.6ol.!.!nf I l...r.i I.. olBHill -Jit Hi.-lrJalI.V iha!..?
M . in5 .r i ,i,.;r..
I am hipry in pajiog a j'iitt:ibn e of prae to
jfi. . Jin- . the Solith a, ln KrtmMf hare nobly
: ar.swe.e.1 n.y expectation.' Thn armv of He
hfiS( hi(irto borne anil overcome ere.vlbiug
' diwae, fire, tempest, a..d p.tvaiiois, a citv ..o ,-
. j i ,orm;dag,e .
( ..,.,......,.,' ,: 0
fpfnor to us in numbers, liave be-en powerless to
nobly di.l his duly, frcm the marshal who seemed
to have forced death to wait till he had conquered, I
to the private soldier or .sailor wiioie last cry in ex
piring was a prayer for France, and a cheer for the
elect of his country. Let us, then, together pro-cl-utn
that the army and fleet have deserved well of
War, it is true, bring3 with it cruel sacrifices,
yet everything bids me push it on with vigor, and
for this purpose I countupon your assistance. The
army at present consists of OIS,000 soldiers an,d
113,000 horses, and the navy cf 62,000 sailors
afloat It is. indispensably necessary to keep this
force in an effective state; and to fill up the vacan
cies occasioned by tho annual discharges and by the
war, I shall ask of you, as I did last year, a levy of
140,000 men. A law will be brought before you
for ameliorating tho position of soldieH re-enlisting
without increasing tho expense; it will bo of im
mense advantage to increases tie number of vete
ran soldiers in tho army, and to allow in future tha
weight of conscription to be diminished. I hope
that this law will soon meet with your approval.
I shall demand of you authority to concludo a
now national loan. Although thi3 measure will in
crease tho public debt, we must not forget that by
the conversion of the Rentes the interest of the
debt has been reduced by 21 millions. The object
of ray efforts is to place the expenditure on a level
with tho receipts, and the, ordinary budget to be
presented to you will be found in equilibrium, whi'e
the resources of the loan will suffice to meet the de
mands of the war.
You will seewith pleasure that our revenues
have not diminished, that industrial enterprise is
sustained, that all the great works of public utility
are continued, and that Providence has graciously
given us a harvest sufficient for our wants. The
Government nevertheless does not close its eyes to
the uneasiness caused by the dearness of provis
ions, but has" taken every measure in its power to
prevent and lighten this uneasiness, and has found
ed in several places new elements of work.
The contest wuich is going on, restrained as it is
by moderation and justice, although it C3US03 the
heart to beat, has caused so little alarm to the com
mercial interest, that the different parts of the
globe will soon bring together here all the fruits of
Foreigners cannot but be struck with the re
markable spectacle of a country, which, cou nting
on the divine protection, sustains with energy a
war at six hundred leagues from its frontiers, and
which envelop3 with equal ardor-its internal riches
a country where war does not prevent acricul-
ture and industry from prospering, nor the arts
from flourishing, and where the genius of the na
tion shows itself in everything which can bring
glory to France.
The Imperial speech was frequently interrupted
by acclamations from every part of the hall, and
terminated amid repeated shout3 of "Vive l'Em
pereur." Immediately afterwards the Minister of
State said: "The Senators nominated and the depu
ties elected since the last session are now admitted
to take at the hands of his Majesty the oaths pre
scribed by the constitution. Every Senator and
Deputy, upon heariDg his name called, will reply
'I swear. I have now tho honor to read the form
of the oath: 'I swear obedience to the constitu
tion and fidelity to the Emperor.' "
As each name was called over, the senator or
deputy raised his right hand, and exclaimed, "Je le
jure." This part of the ceremony over, the Min
ister of State said :
"In the name of the Emperor I declare the ses
sion opened, and I invite the members of the Sen
ate and the Corps Legislatif to meet to morrow in
tucir respective nails tor business.
The Emperor and Empress thereupon withdrew,
attended a3 at their entry, and at a quarter to two
a second salvo of 101 gun?, announced the conclu
sion of the proceedings.
His speech was highly praised, but has caused a
slight depression of the funds both in France and
On the 27th, the Minister of Finance was author
ized to raise a loan of 500,000,000 francs.
The steamer Arabia sailed from Marseilles on the
21st, with 1C20 French troops for the Crimea.
Paris, Dec. 28. The legislative body tc-day
unanimously adopted the bill, authorizing the Min
ister of Finance to borrow a sum of 500,000,000
Jrancs. 211 members were present The whole
assembly are to meet this evening at th Tuilleric3,
to preent the bill to the Emperor.
PROGRESS OF KNOW N'OTHINT.ISM.
The American Inquisition is making rapid strides
to excel in its monstrous assumptions the worst
days of the Spnish Inquisition. Tiie True Ameri
can, a Know-Nothing organ, says:
It appears that the Grand Council, discovering a
presumptive defection of votes against Daniel Ull
mann, as an American candidate, and a real one as
regards more than one candidate the titular Grand
President included upon the local ticket, havo de
termined upon a summary method of covering their
rejection, by the passage of a resolution perfectly
unique at this period of American civil freedom:
Resolved, That the respective Councils under the
jurisdiction of thi3 Grand Council, by their proper
officers, are hereby instructed and required to with
hold the Term Pass from, and forthwith expel from
the Council, all brothers who did not as aforesaid
fully support tha nominations in the last preceding
resolution referred to, and who refuse to answer as
hereafter required, or who shall not oft'er an e.vcuse
satisfactory to the Council, for such non-suppoit,
and that for that purpose, said officers are fully em
powered to demand and require of each member of
his or their Council, that ho or they do declare with
uplifted hand, in open Council, for whom he or
they voted at the great November election, and ex
cuse, if any they have to offer, for such non-support
This resolution, should its provisions In- carried
into effect, may be justly regarded a? the death
blow to Knovr-Nothingism, a3 it is at present or
ganized in the State. Is there an Anieiic&n, aspi
ring to tho title of freeman, willing to surrender his
dearest prerogative that of Iree ballot into the
keeping of a band ofoffico hunters, elected and de
feated for such are the worthies whose signatures
are appended to the edict to be dictated unto as
to whom he shall cast his inherent preference; and
in case of noncompliance, to be ignominiously ex
pelled from the companionship of his fellows for the
exercise of that judgment bestowed upon him by
his Creator? Again: are Americans, sons of free
men, to be driven to tho polls liko a herd of cattle,
there to deposit ballots tor hypocrites, knaves cr
scoundrels, to them known to hi such men they
individually deride and despite under the pain of
Ve, who oppose Romanism upon the ground of
its Absolnteism in political matters, and contemn
foreicnism for its sectional intolerance, are probably
among the last to succumb to an imperialism which
exceeds the broadest despotism of Russia or Aus
tria. And still, in the name of Liberty, of Christian
freedom, of regeneration from slavery, we aro com
manded either to lick the feet of our would-be
masters or to withdraw from companionship with
our brethren. Uii, Liberty : what crimes an: com
mitted in thy name? '
Ciiaules Sujuieu AND IvNOW-Xomi.fClSJI. It is
the usual order of nature that fanaticism succeeds
fanaticism, one kind of madness is followed by an
other. Tieason having once loit dominion over tho
mind it is but natural that the human intclhct fly
ve are not surprised, therelore, to lind Charles
Sumner, in his place in theSenate, presenting apet;
tion ot citizens of ifassachusetts, praying Conpres3
to impose a percaptiem tax of not less than$250 on
emigrants arriving in this, from any foreign country.
A man who has run the guantlet of Abolitionism
even to the violation of ht3 sacred, deliberate ost'i, is
prepared for whatever villainy artful and ambitious
politic ans may cocs:i vo. Abolit'onism, one of those
stray waves of popular frenzy, upon which the agita
tor attempted to ride, having spent its course, ho
now mounts another, hoping thus to reach the height
of his ambition. It is always thus with artful politi
cians. Not grounded firmly in principle, they aro j
iue spore oi every gjie mat oiows, uig wuu iiujjs
and expectation as it rises, but doomed to bitter
disappointment as it subsides. Mr. Sumner may
fare a3 well with Know Nothingism as with Aboli
tionism; they are alike well calculated to serve the
purposes of day. He and his coadjutors, however,
must remember that it is but one of those passing
waves whicn occasionally appear in the political
world, that its duration is short, that oven now it
may be spending its force. Savannah Georgian.
M. jLeetle iLiicad:
TOON, NELSON & CO. bs,vo just received FRANK
LESLIE'S NEW YORK JOURNAL beirg a inert
excellent Quarto of ch'eica reading. fjaslS
k roil sit.i. II v john YOKK&tu.,
C.nier of Vaon and ClierrrStaeta.
-uain3nii rjpciutem, raiiijp on juimnuvc
Adaias Equitj Ludlow i l'arsoD's Select Equity Gases,
Collier?, - Itofcoe's Criminal Evidente,
An jell i-Arues on- Corpora- Story on Bills,- -
lions, . . Story on Agency,
Angell on Water Course', Story o'nJ'roniWaory Xotte,
-Angell on Assignments,. .StorjiEquiJwiudwc,.,
Archibald's Hisi-Pnua, Story on Uailmeni?,
j Archibald'sCriminal Practice Story on Partnership,
Uonrier'a Law Dictionary, Story en the Conatituikui,
BouTler's Institute', - Story's tquiiy lieaQinir,
Barbour's Chancery Practice, Story's Conflict of Laws,
liright's Husband and TOfe, Story'oa Contiaoia, .
Blacks tone's Commentaries, Stnrkieon Evidence,
Chitty on Contract j, Spencers Equi iy J urisprmTce
Chilly's General Practice, Smith's Leading Cases,
Chitty ca llills,
Chitty'.i Criminal Lair,
Chilly's Civil Pleading,
Smith on Contracts,
Coifed States Equity Digist,
VattelPs Law of Kations,
Wharton's Criminal Lav,
Daniel's Chancery Practice,
Greenletf'a Crake -Property,
Ileal Wheeler's Chancery Digest.
Wills on ircuimtaniial Evi-
GreeaUaf on Evidence, dence,
Hill on Trustees, Williams on Executors,
Hare & Wallace's Caw' in Wharton's Precedents , lu-
Eqnity, dictmcnts, ic
Jarman on Wills, Statute Laws ef Tennessee,
Kent's Commentaries, Swan's Tcnn. Reports.
W WESTERX AGENCY FOE THE
3Iagnificent Scheme for January, 1855.
J!. TJiAXOE & CO., AIAiVAVEL'S.
IpOUtho convanienca of Western and Fonlliern Orders,
the Minagers hare established a Western Agency,
where all orders by mail for tickets in any ef the Maryland
State Lotteries will meet with prompt attention. Tho
schemes for the month cf January arc the most attractive
ever offered; both in the brilliant orrav of Prizes and the
number of Drawn Hallots. The Maryhnd Lotteries are
all drawn in Haltimore, under the personal superintend
ence of the Stale Lottery Commissioner, llonds to a largo
amount are given to tha State to seenra h'j payraent,of
Magnificent Scheme for January 2ih.
8C0,OOO, 20,000, 15,000.
TWO HTJNDBED FEIZFS 0? 1.000!
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTEP.V, CLASS " I),"
Tj be Drawn in Baltimore, January li'ih, 130.1.
BRILLIANT SOT CUE.
1 Prize of
200 Prizes of JIOOO.
1st and 21
CJ and 4th
Mh and Cth
7th and Stlt
onb drawn Xo.
32,536 Prizes amounting to $1,217,21U.
73 jjiumrjers n urawn cauois.
Whole Tickets $20; Halves f 10 ; yaartors 5"'
Risk on Packages.
Whole Ticket3 fSOU ( I Half Tickets
Quarter do 75 00 KicMbs
lhe small Lotteries are drawn daily. Capitals lrom
83.000 toS0,000. Price of Tickets from ?1 to Ml or
ders for Tickets Pasksgcs or Shares will 1 promptly an
swered by return mails. The Managers' Official t'clienie
and printed Ornwicg will be font to all who order Tickeis.
Notes on all solvent lUnks received atp-r. All letlers and
communications strittlv cantidential. Addresi
It. FRANCi: & CO,
jnlS wtw&dlawly Cincinnati, Ohio.
F. II. BADGER, DENTIST,
HAS returned to the city, aud removed to the liou?e
next door to the Ualhbl c Church, ou Cedar Street,
where he designs residing and practicing UU profession iu
Appreciating the impor'anceof a fair understanding in
all business transactions, he most earnestly request nil
tho5e wishing to engage M3 prolcssional services to esura
ine his card before doing'so : wherein they mil find ihc
conditions upon which it is proposed to render lhr.se ?er
viees to wit: Thst tcey are id for at his rootn when jer
formed, and also the fie for each operation as neaily as
maybe- the fame neces-anl vary ing accord irg to the cir
Disclaiming all Dersonahlie? : Int mcrelv wishinz to de
fine his position for the fntnre. Or. Badger l4a called upon
to say, that in the work tof charity, or crs'u'.tons opera
tions! he cliims to be always willing to do his parr, wheie
the same is understood beforehand; but uhe c persons call
and obtain cis services without any previous unaers.anu
in In the contrarr. he considers that he has trc nirl.t to ex
Dect that thev will conform to ihe :uie winch govern his
practice, as expressed in his card; and thoe who are dis
poser. io uisrcuru imu rur. uc t. ... -
A 171. ( jani-, Ivt
iTKWDli E T H 1 S
rpHK undersitmed has just reccivjd, direct fra 1. Lao
X. dreth's celebrated Seed Establishment, a large lot of
his most popular hints, suca as i,xtra Jiarlv ilay s'en,
liarge White Marrowfat, liirly Itesus, Extra i.'arly Supar
Corn, Lettuce. Early and Late Cabbage Kct-d, Oc'iod, Ra
dish, Beet, Tomato, Cccuirhcr, Celery, Pumpkin, Ac , Ac.
Ai w, a large supply c: superior Vt ater .Melon Pteti
Gardeners would do well t,i lay in iticr &utp,v telore
the assortment becomes hii:ken ' For sale in large or
small quantities at STKLICirS HKLO -STUISh,
Formerly Stretch A Urr's.)
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, c. rncr of College and
Union btiecM. !asaril. ienn. 1 jam
rrUlE undeiaiirned Agents for the saleof WKIrT O.tlDE
i OF ZINt'.inanufictnrerl hr the Pennsvkasia ai d Le-
hiirli Zinc Co.. are urepaml to reci ire orders for the ame,
and would invito the particular attention rf the Trade to
its evident superiority over others of American ilanaCtc-
ture.and its most sr.ccesfl compeliti-n with the best of
Dealers cu wilh confidence dep;ai Gfon always obtain
ing any desired Mipply of thU Psinr, which will be f-und
to receinmend itsell tor I'unty, Great liody sad Unifw-m
Pries and teiins arranged on the most, liberal fooliag.
J AUKS) T. LEWIS A Co ,
dec3 - fim S2 Water street, New Voile
The SOUTH KASVILLE MsNUxACTUaiKG CGMPAS?
HAVR removed their Depot to FOGG'S NSW Bt'ILU
I.VG.S, No. 13 COLI.KGK STREET.Scsiilh of tifmng,
where they will bo pleased to attsrd to t!.e calls ci their
cmt.imerMl They keep constantly on hand every rarictycf
Thankful for the lihcral patronage heretofore ieceiced,
thoy solicit a continuance i t" the an:e,(6Dd'hope t.gim8
general satisfaction. It. 11. UKUOUES,
W. L. Xaxce, Sec'v. ' President.
Nahville. .Ian. 18, i &.'' -tf
FOP. NEW 07.LSAN5.
TIIR fine freight and passenger steamer
JOHN P. TWEUD, Dis-cxrs, Mas
ter, will leave on FRIDAY, the lvtii, ton
tee above ana intermediate jwrls.
For freight or passage applv on board, ct to
jaul-5 1: JOHNSON. UoRNE & 00 . Ag'ls
E will pay the highest market price in CAS U, for
V V the following kinds of Fur Skins, delivered & our
Store: RACCOON SKINS. MINK SK1NM, Ol'OSSOil
SKINS, WILD CAT SKIN,-', FOX SKIN.-i and OTTER.
Also, DEKR SKIXS. S. H. I.OOMH .t CO,
jmlb Public Suaie.N&shville, Tenn.
PROTECTION INSURANCE CO. OF NASHVILLE, I
Nts-vnxs, January 111, 13."5. '
TIIE Annua! Election ot Iifieen Directors, to rcanegs
tho allairs of this Cocijuny for the ensuiu j year, will
be held at the Office of the Company on lhe Firift Slcaday
(being tha fifth dav) of Febmurv neit.
By order of fhe'Uoard. ISAAC LITTON,
ji'nlS td iVcrctarr.
GirrnTSi currRTR!! RHIKTS!!!
.PR block of Shirts is still large, and wecmi suit orcry
teste. I.re ry Shirt warranted 10 ni aua to inaae
JIYEHS ft MtTlLL.
"T"7"E lure still a tine ass utmeot of ss,2li!e Uoder-
wear for both Ladies and GeDtlemou. For tale by
JIYERS & McGILL.
TO TKAVt-- I
riUUNKS! TRUNKS I e have a choice lot of ,
i. best Sole Leuthor Trunks, which we are i:li very ,
lowforcasti. Jli tub aici.ti.i,. .
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furniihing Store. 1
oraer 01 uc onafjiwu utnte oucc., .i.uiintf io. i
11 J'.IaI(Ul.n A j iiii-.,
rpWO LIKELY MEN, gojd tield hands. Two Womer:;
I good house servants, washers and ironers Onaofthe
women hasa child lycarold. Two Boys, ono IS, the other
14. I wish to hire said negroes tJ peri-ons whu will give
them good homes in ill's country. Apply
deciil 1- W. BROWN, t.S'-; Cherrr street.
THE next Session of this Institution wiil cornmencc on
the 15th inst., under the niansgtmpnt ol Mr. N Lp
slet. Board can be had upon reawn ib:e terms in theim
mediafe neighborhood. DAVID CHEN'AL'LT, Prts'r.
A. 11. u russ, ecy. jaui t-aw
FRESH OYSTERS. A few dozen
Caiis Fresh Oysters, Clams, and Lobsters.
For sale bv
decsa STEWART A WEAKL1
SWEET JIIEATS. Jut received a lot of the above
consisting of Preserved Peaches, Pine Apples, Ginger,
For tale by
STEWART A WEAKLBY.
TRUNKS, TRUNKS. Travellers will find a laiEe
supply of the very best Sole Leather aad low-priced
Trunks, Carpet Bags and Val'is-", at
jjnlO RAM AGE A CHURCH, 43 College, St.
VULCANIZED INDIA ETJBB2K EEL1IKG and HOSE.
WE are the sole agents for the sale cf Vuleanlzjd India
Rubber Belting, Steam Packing and Uoee. manufac
tured by the Boston Belting Company. Alargeasortn;ent
always on hand. MACEV A HAMILTON, "'-
jeall No. 47 College street.
w p. f jT"
PP HC.VDREDjbbls ".Vectar" Whiskey for sale by
JnI5 E. S. CnEATHAM A CO.
TWO IICXDPvEH blU Robertson County old Deubl
Dutilled Corn Whiekcy, a very tuoerior quality.
for sale by fjinlG E. S. CHEATHAM ACQ.
"Jj; ItYE WHISKEY". -
TWENTV Ibis pure Old Mocongabela Itye Whiskey
a superior article. . Tor sale bv
a'!i Z. a. CUKATUAM & CO.
- " ALE.
rpllIUTY bbtsfcrf Cincinnati Me, f nth. Just rewired
X d for tide by f j&nIO E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
VbUUSUKbU boxes ultci W. It. Cheese. Just re-
' eeiVrd arid for sale by
E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
rpWENTY boxes best CincinnatiStarch. Just received
X and for tale by janlS E. S. CHEATHAM - CO.
THIRTY dozen Corn, llrocms. Just received and for
sale by jan!6 E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
ONE HUNDRED boxes, half and quarter boxes Star
Candles. Just received and for sale bv
j16 E.S. CHEATHAM A CO.
"JTiORTY boxes Fresh Baltimore Oysters, in cans. Just
" received and for sale by
j"i E. a CHEATHAM A CO.
I71IFTY gross Matches, in round short boxes. Just re
' ceired and for sale by
jaalS E.S. CHEATHAM A CO.
rpU 1 RTY bexes Imperial Te ;
JL 5 half cheats extra, tine Black Teas;
5 do do Green do.
Just received and for sals by
jnl E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
. " FLourI
rpiIREE HUNDRED bbls S. F. Flour, racsa. Just rt
cetveu ana lorsaie uy
E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
FUK ! -WOKDEP. ! ! Ain DELIGHT I ! ! AT TIES ADEL
On MONDAY EVENING, Jan. 15th. and every even
ing during tha week cnlr.
J. GREENE . ; LESSEE.
ViTYMAN, THE VENTRILOQUIST AND WIZARD.
of World-Wide Celebrity, with the Moving and
Spiking Automatons. Particulars in small bills.
Ds Circles and Parquelle 50 cts; Second Tier 25 ct3;
Children and Servants 2 b cl.
To comnieiee at Doon open one hour prerious.
3ir L'ox Office cpen from 10, A M., to 1, P. M.
j.inl3-0t DR. E. DENMAN, Agent.
ANDREW JOHIT30I7, GOVERirOE OF THE STATE OF
To all who aaall ssa these Presents Greeting:
-ITTHEREAS. It has been made
V known to me. that a certain
Juu. WiJlujls. ctarsed with
having csmmitted a foul and atrocious murder on the 5th
day ot" December, 15ol, upon tha todvof John Sharkey,
lite cf oar County of Rutherford, lias lied from justice tnd
i& mm tuuuiug a. large
Now, therefore, I, ANDREW JOHNSON, Governor as
af.nesaid, by viituo of the povrcr and authority in me vest
ed, do hereby offir a reward or thr.-s hundred dollars to
nny person or persons who may apprehend the said Rot
hoius and deltrar hiai to tie i'aerill or jailer of our County
of Rutherford, in crderthat jiiilice in that belialf may be
had and executed.
The said John N. Boluoms is aboi five feet, six or seven
inches high ; forty-Ere or fc'flv years of age ; dark hair and
rfcui. blue ejej, and left-banded. Ua broke jad at Mar-frte-bofo'
oa the 0th of January. 1&55.
In testimonr whereof, I have hereunto set
nty hind anJ caused the Great Seal of the
State to be oftized at Nashville, ou thj Uth
day ot Januan-, 1S55.
Ry 'he Governor:
W. it. A. RAas&r, Secretary of State, jantu n5t
17lh Annual Sale of Books & Stationery
T7Nin CL0PO:t)IAS AND valuable standard
IJ Worki, in every department of Literature, Seience
and Art; Annuals, and Uook.- e'eaiitly illustrated and il
luminaied.pictorialaod enibel!i-hel nd beautifully bound,
Fine Family and Pocket Bibles arid Praytr Bocks rf everv
description ; Le:fer aad Cp Pair, Portfolios, (iold Pens,
Ac , Ac To Irs o!d at Auction, Thursday, Friday and
San:nijv E.-enings,ndf.llo.ving pvenings.'at the Storeof
TRABUE A LL'CL'S, No. 71 Public Squire, at hair pjst
Tbtf ntscnli'ia of the public in this citv and ricinit v Ure
spectfully iavit"d to thts collection of liools, which' it be
lieved tj be the most valuable collecliou if Standard
Work ever offered at auction m this plice. The Books
are new and warranle d perfect. Indies ami gentlemen
are respectfnlly invited to caU und examine them during
the day. The sale will be positive and vrithont reserve to
the h'ghest bidder, and will be continued every evening
tist'l att are s-ild.
TERMS CASH. Pnrchase-3 are requjsted to call for
thu.r bo-its on ihe dav folio-ring etch sale.
j TKAHL'E A 1 UCUS. Anctionrers.
RS-iULAR 3BEKSVILLS PACKET.
rrtHS r.c'A l.ght-d: tught iiutruoniBg as-
J. sen.'e: femur ODD FELLOW. Jt---p I
the abiTo and all is!erniedrat irts. as
soon as iIks water will aliow. ' freight or passa'" applv
on brd, orUi 1L II. UAKltlSOX, Agent.
jan'.r, If at P. F. Hsrtiautle's.
TO liCE LDLi.
LADIES, go to the Crutcher Hott3, and
leant to cut Urease of Mr. A Mrs. GEORGE,
of !er York, llie oider-t and most celebrated
It Teachers in the Uuited States. Tlie j Svs-
tnt s enUrtiv new, and different from ell
modes rvn- in use. Call and invc5tir.lp hvn
a ur.mg nrie'i. ana r.now tor yoarswt whether it is worthy
your attention or not. The lier.ut.fu! new Basque Waist is
also fitted by Mr. G. Pittei us of evrv variotr cut tti St
Tetms reasonable, and pe-fecl KvlijCictioa given, or
cliaree wfll k auiit.
Call soon, as tbe'r liiae) is limi'etl.
2frW BOOK ON EPIRITUALISM
"SPIRIT COMMUNION: A Record ot Communications
from tbe Spirit Spheres, with incoLtestible evidence of
p4rsbGAl identity, and Observations and Essay3 by
J. B. F-BGi'jnx. Lnion and American Steam Pi ess.
This is one 1 f the most remarkable bocks of the age,
whether we regard the nalure of tho Spirit Communica
tior.s it record-', the strange disclosures it presents, or Ihe
clear aud fbrnheJ statements and arguments upon the fu
lure life iM able and distinguished Editor has 1 tiered in its
c!itcnt page--. It is very well adapted to the object had
m view, end must command an extensive, circulation. No
uwa can rea l it without being nnvoundlv imares-ed with
tl consistency f its pbiioophy. the rational character of
of its religion, ihe beauty and sublimity of -its appeals, and
Utt Hooeiy auu ic-ie&zcs 01 us auuior.
tor sole tne lxuK atoies ol ihe city. j,ml2 If
rminlteri.i l-andsotae shade trees on it, and is within 4 W
VMiHOt tiw l abile Mjuaro. Uaiisoonon
imats lot J. 1 . .x ti. vv. limiivj, m Cberry st.
ryHE Superintendent is at tbe High School Building
j daily lrom 9 to 1 II o'clock, ,A. M., tor the purpeeof
examining and classifying papil.3, preparatory to the open
jag ot iim ftcnoors on tne nrri .'lona y la t-ebrnarr next.
Xl eomaiantty will bear in rami that all the deD&rt-
mcnts of the Public School fystcin will commence in this
buildirjf. Children of both texes abors four rears old are
ad-uitiod, and it is caruc.-lly desired that parents and
guarilian! th-uld pre.-njnt thsir children early, in curnpli-
aiice wii -i' in-uve iitiiicr. rua.v;ia j;. rutui,
jano 11' Prca't of the Board.
TO TKS "vVHOLESALS 2ERCHAST3 of KASHVTLLE.
'"pHK subvenber has discontinued the manufacture t
JL Tobaco in :is city, and will commence manufactur
ing afyt Louis, where only in the West Fine Leaf can
be obtained suitable tor Ins telebratfd ail Itod Twist,
Neelar ami IXL Tobaccos. All oruers sent to mc at St.
Lo"n, after April let, or left wilh A Morrison A Co , (r ho
wilt be mv agents in this city, and will kepp stock on
h3nd,)irill be promptly attended to. Any Tobacco sold
by loo, t-ttd mn pmriu'a? repre-ented, will be corrected
uy A. iorrffa x uo. .. j. aussSKUlAN.
"jm 10 Km
'2 "OISfiArf !k CO. lve removed from their fiinrer
ptees of boiiaeea to lho.r Ner.- Building, No. -49 Pub-
rpiiu wbieriber, hiving remov
removed his Music Store to his
S former stood, Ht No. to Union Street. ie?pectfully
gires this notice; and invitea customers to call on him as
utuaL He h lately received an assortment of tho cele-
brr.ted Martin's Uuitars, whid), with other .Musical Coeds
7iu oe toiu 1:1 low prices.
i HERE IS TIIATPASCY ROY.
' 1 11.1. r, ir hug aj-exira io. J, i ancy ioy, i rears old.
JLSntne 4 or ." woolen, sevoral of whom are warranled
good cooU. Some small boys from 0 to 12 years o'd; 6 or
3 good man from 1 to 'ifr, und several valuable body Mr.
vants. Be iu a hurry or Chii-toas will cen.e and find
you withfiiit a negnkasd you will hove to hiro again at
'higher prices than ever. REKS W. PORTER
1 a:so want lo nire j or SO negroes for tha Injaworkt '
t tec?l tf R.W.P.
r M1IK creditors of Mark Blacfc. dee'd, are hereby notified
JL thetr claims ajaiost said deceased, legally authentica
ted, witJi the Clerlrof the Ccnnty Court of Hicfcman Coun
ty, Teutieecer, on or before the 2M da or April next, in
oi-erthit a division pro rata may be made, Ac, or they
vvillbe lorever. tarred.
By orer of tha Clert of said County Court.
KWLL C. WARREN, Adm'r.
Jueutry 5t!i,l.v; janll wSt
nEohoes for sle7
T HAVE a tn-ff valuable Famitv of Negroes for sve, con-
J. fisting of a Alan and his Wife and lhVc-3 Cluidien,
i.Lich ih.-.t be bought oh tv.clve months' crmlit.
jni ' RE1S W. PORTER.
T HAVE ai d fme'eastem msUe OVER COATS, which
X I rait se!l utecwlfur cash
rt AJ5hSs PcrdSacArjn3rreceived,'by the latent rrri
i V vol tna tor 3le dv
Ns. 7 3 Public Square.
' W A Y DOWN EA S T ! !
Too3i, Nelson & Co.-
44 Union street, Nashville, Tennessee,
HATE just received many new and interesting boots,
to which attention U called :
' WAY DOU'JT EAST:
Or, Portraitures cf Yankee Life. Ky Seba Smith, the
original Jack Downing.
WISDOM, WIT AND WHIMS
Ol Distinguished Ancient Philosophers; Embracing
the cost important and interesting incidents of their
history, their personal manners and habits, and anec
dotes of their intercourse among the hijh and the low,
with their most remarkable Apothegms, Proverbs and
Pithy Replies to difficult and curious questions, alpha
betically arranged. By Jas.Bavard,A.M.
Oi, TriUs and their Uses. By Mrs. Lincoln Phelps.
TIIE NEWS BOr. 1
1 T. BARNUM'S
A SUPPLY just rccoircd by
rOON, NELSON A O
HARPER TOR JANUARY", 1835
TOON, NELSON & CO, 44 Union street, hire received
Harper's Magazine for January, IS55. f ,an3
MEDICATED EUR, CHEST i'ltOTECTORsi
WE have a few of Sir Astley Coopers' great preven
tive of consumption, said to be an unfailing cure for
for sile at New York prices.
Also, THE HYDROMAGEN, or Water Proof and ant,
consumptive Cork Soles.
The above articles are manufactured by Uarcourt, Brad
ley A Co., of London and Manchester, for whom we are
the sole Agents in this city.
The above articles are m universal use in England bv
persons of all ages and conditions, and are considered a
certain and safe shield for alt disorder; that mar bo pro
duced by the continual changes in our chmata. "
decl3-lf S.N OW, MACKENZIE A CO.
i r BARRELS MACKEREL; 25 Boxes Raisins;
LKJ 20 Kits do 10 U'lf do do.
0 ll'lf Bbls. Roo Herrings; 10 Qr. do do
5 Case Pine Apple Cheese ; 5 Casks London Porter;
Just received and tor tale by
dectstf EDWARDS A HARRIS.
INSEJvMED KID GLOVES Received this day
per Express and elegant assortment of Inseam Kid
Gloves, hvery size and color. M VERS A McG ILL.
WE have just received a variety ot articles suitable
fcr Christmas Gifts, of which we will mention
Elegant Work Boxes for Lad ie
Traveling cases "
" Satchels, '
" Toilct'Bottles, " "
" Bead Purses, " "
" Silver Porte Monies, "
" Pearl " " "
" do Card Cases "
" Traveling Cases for Gentlemen
Together with a fresh assortment of Perfumery, Cold
Cream, Bay Rum, Rica Powder, Soaia, Hair Oils, Ac, Ac.
For salo by MYERS & McQIlL,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Fttrnsihing Store, corner cf
Square and College St.
deal 3 tf
.SUGAR ! SUGAR 1 1
"YYTE haveno.v in Store S5 hhds. fair to choice oldSugar,
' that is entirely free from tunning or dripping and
worth fully yt cent mora than new Suar, which we are
selling for Ie.s than Sugar can be brought from Now Or
leans on high stage of water,
decs. S. U. LOOMIS. A CO.
"PRINTER'S IMC 40 packages News Ink,mana-
a iACiarca by J. U. LigbtKxly, lor sale by
S. U. LOOMI5, A CO.
OHO 1JARR'--Li' Stt and ltijbag tine Salt, in store
uv asa tor sale bv
Ofifn KtGS RittendUslisPt.wder. ALvi.Jtno,
VV7 J iw teet sawty i ue, lur aie ny
S .11. LOOMIS, A CO..
Agt tor Manu-ieturers.
COFFEE. 1SS bags prime Baltimore CoSVe, just re
reived by Raihcad, andforsute by
dac S. 11. LOOMIS. A CO.
ROPE AND RAGGING.
1 ff PIECES Bagging, ami 100 coils of Rope; in store
JOHNSON, IIORNE A Co.
SHOT AND LEAD.
-t f KEGS of shot, .". kegs Bar Lead, just received and
for sale bv
JOHNSON, IIORNE A Co.
CADLI-S. IO TONS 3IANNILI4A ROPE,
assorteii she?, in storr, and tor sale cheap, to close, by
JOHNSON. HOKNE A CO.
HERE'S THAT TOBACCOS r.O boxes Ing
horn & Anniteod'rt celebrated Chewing Tobacco,
received per Railroad and far sale by
eptl4. ..rcORE.V & TERRASS.
I'ltENCH RAPPEE, SCOTCH Ac MACKA
JUST received and for sale, this saperier article to auy
inthecitr. For sale wholesale aud retailat the Little
Indian, Cherry Street. J. MOORE.
r. 11 crxxar,
M'CREERY & nOOKE',
COll OX FACTORS,
CCMJIISSION AMD FORVARDIKG 5ECHA3TS.
CHARLESTON, S. V.
TTrr. have established in this citv a House fur the sale
of all country produce and -axetactui.-; for the
receiving and torwarding of goods, and tha fiuing of orders,
in this inarktt, to which we will give our strict personal at
Our 11- M. IIgocs has been long known to thn business
men of Teane-e, Georgia and Alabama a3 a Commission
Merchaut at Chattanooga, and our Fcaxcis McC-UkV,
through his connection with Shepherd. McCrccry A Co.,
of Charleston, to Merchants cenerallv tradioe in thi citv.
and we ate sure that our long knowledge of the business of
the West, will enable us to dcharge fatisfictorilr every
dntv entrusted to our charge.
Charleston offers belter fscilities for the shipment of
goods with despatch from Europe and tho North "than any
city on tha southern Seaboard, having the advantage of
regular Iinesof Sailing Packet. to Liverpool and Boston,
and also, steam communication with New York; Philadel
phia. Baltimore and Havana.
The. rates on ail descriptions of freight lo and from
Charleston are now the same as to Savannah.
novSO Jmstriw McCREERY A H00KE.
J. UTTOS BO?TlCK. J. B. IUUIIIT
BOSTIOK & HALBERT,
ATTORNEVS AT LA1V,
AM S II TIL L IJ, TEXXESSE.
OFFICE, CUERRY STREET, No. 4",', UP STAIRS.
dec23 1 hi
joiix n. jy. a. vne. oavid r. jauu
JOHN D. JAMES A- CO.,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to llie Rank of Nashville,
T VI'KRKmT paid on Deposits by
JOllN D. J.VJIES A CO,
C LD AND SILVER bought and sold at best rates, by
VT jinll JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
rplME AND SIGUT BlLli, on all tho principal citie
JL in the Union, bought and sold at the lowest rates by
jinll JOHN D JAMES A CO.
COLLECTIONS made on all
the cities in the United
J States, and prompt returns made, by
JOHN l).' JAMES A CO.
TO HILL VEICHTS- PAGE'S PAT-SIT CIECULAH
"VTE are the sole agents for the sale of this most vaL
V uahleimr.roveaiHUt. Persons wishins to creel MilU
upon this princiju can be supplied with a completo Mill
fur steam or hone power, by lenving their orders with
jinll lm No. 4; College street.
TWOIILD say to the public Hint hiving batightthe inter-
t.-.i ot mv late nartner. Mr. lAbli th-.t I r.w .it n!t iimi
be luuna at me oi stana 01 Uabhs A Porter, ready to buy
or sell negroes on enmrai i jn as well a on my "own ac
count, aud think I can tafely promise them the market
price for nil negroes brought to roe. I now bare on hand
ii'i or 30 negroes that 7. be sold, and amongst them h
an extra o. 1 BNcksmith and h wife an extra Cook,
Wnher Ac., ami a lirat rate Iiouse servant seacistreu, war
ranted to suit or no rale. I have soico of the best pervants
in theState for sale and am anxious l- get them good homes
as 1 promise to obey instructions in all case, i-icept it is
to seperitQ Faraiiiei, which I have never done ner nrver
octl REE3 W. PORTER.
WE have for sale Loti in oil parts of the city, and in
every direction out of the city, ofall siie-, at all
prices, from $5 per foot to J 100, and on every .ort of cred
it. No nun need or ought to be without a heme of his
own, when- he can buy of us cn his own time, lor we can
accommodate every one, except tha man who wishes to
-s-Call soon, or lie Lots willail begone.
LINDSLEY A CltOCKEfT,
jinll lm S3 Collgge StreeL
TUST received two drums Cod Fish. For
r! sale bv
deeI5-if STEWART & WEAKLY.
I VE Tierces fresh Rice, received and for sa'e by
fdecIS tf STMVAKT WKAKI.Y.
- " f BAGS Green Km CoBee. Jiwt rccveI, and
IUU lorfBleby STEWART A WEAKLY.
f WANT TO HIKE a hrst rate cook Tor li53. I j
3. Lave a good saddle horse for sale. 1
iiecl5-lw W. B. SnAPARD.
"OICKIjI-S. 'to barrels ussortert l'ickles. as follows
X Gherkins, Picolilli, English Walnnt. Onions, a.-fort-ed
Capot?, Frensn and Spanish Olives, Popper Sauce, Ac.
For s ile hv Mee22) STEWART A WEAKLEY.
' A GOOD, sifa Family Horse; aLo, a substantial Se
XA cona tuna uaroucLe ana nirness, all compleia.
for terms, Ae. apply to
A. G.NOEL, or to
! jSTSW JPUBLICATIONS.
Bayard Taylors New Book.
THE UND OP THE SARACEN; or, Pas
tures of Palestine, Asia JJinor. sicity. and
With Tinted Frontispiece and Title, and a Map. Uniform
with " Central Alrica." '
Jiwt received by W. T. BERRY A CO.
ITalusble Law Books.
W. T. Berry & Co. have .inst receiveil
ENGLISH RAILWAY CASES. Ca reliting to
Railways and Canals, argued anil ailjndged in the Coorta
of Law and Equity, from 1S35 to ISii. Edited by Samuel
W. Bates and Ch-uacey Smith, Esquires. S vols. Svo.
AMERICAN RAILWAY CASES. Cases relating to
the Law of Railways, decided in the Supreme Court cf the
United State's, and in the Courts of the several Sttswrth
Notes. By Chauncey Smith and Samuel W. Bates, Coun
sellors at Law. YoL I evo.
ANGELL ON LIMITATIONS. A Treatise on the Llm
itatic-s of Actions at Law and Suits in Equity and Admi
ralty ; with an Appendix containing the American and En
glish Statutes of Limitations, and embracing the latest
Acts on the subject. By Joseph K. Angell, Esq. Third
Edition. Reviied and greatly enlarged by J.W. May, Esqv
1 vol. 3vo.
DRAKE ON ATTACHMENT A Treatise en tia Law
of Suits by attachment in the United States. By Charles
1). Drake. Esq., of St Louis. 1 voL 8vo.
ENGLISH REPORTS Law and Equity Reports. Tha
Common Law, Equity, Criminal, Admiralty, and Ecclesi
astical Reports combined. Edited by Edmund 1L Bennett
and Chauncey Smith, Esquires. Vol. XXIV. 8vo.
ANGELL ON FIRE AND LI Fa INSURANCE. A
Treatise on the Law of Fire and Life Insnmnce. With an
Appendix, containing Forms, Tables, Ae. By Joseph K.
Angell, Ecq. 1 voL Svo.
PHILLIPS. ON INSURANCE -A Treatise on tha Law
of Insurance. By Hon. Willard Phillips. S vols. Svo.
CHITTY'S EQUITY DIGEST An Inder to all tha
Reported Cases decided in the several Courts of Equity in
England and Ireland, tha Privy Council, and tha House cf
Lords; and to the Statutes on "or relating to tho Principle,
Pleading, and Practica of Equitv and lUnkntptcy from
the Earliest Period. By Edward Chitty, of Inxla's Inn,
Barriatarat Law. New Revised Edition, breugti dswn to
tbe Present Time. 4 vols. Svo.
A New supplv just received bv
jn3 W. T. BERRY A CO.
THE REPUBLICAN CURT;
Or. American Society in tbe Days of Wahigtox, wit .
Twenty-one Portraits of Distinguished Women ; Engrav
ed from Original Picturen bv Wolloston, Crpley. Gain),
borough. Stuart, Trumbull, Malb- ne, and otfeer content
perary Painters. 1 vd -tlo. Antique Morocco, 14.
H? A new supply of thU Magnificent National War.
jast received by W T. BERRY A C 0
DIARIES T03 1855.
t3T AH the varices styles ami editions, for wd hr
JioS W. T. BERRi A I'J.
msTonT or the united states.
DISCOVERY OF THE AMBRICAX CONTINENT
bv no.v. atom ba .vcnorr
Iv Vols. Svo. Cloth.
V0LUMK VI. JUST PUBLISHED,
;ouipleting tho History of the Revolution,
COSMDSRFD IT3 CAC3f.
This volume (6) covars the period cf eight years between
Ihe repeal of the Stamp Act, 174, and thv Penal Measure
toward Boston, 1774, and cerapleta the three vcloirej d.
voted to the causes of thRevolutwin. (Yisment with r:
eard to lhevala. or tbe interest of sueh a bcoi from 32: a
a sorce, 13 unnecessary. Honour Jsi. r.a '.
Ju-t received and f.ir tala lr
W. T. BEltRf A- CO., Nanhville.
Bayard Taylors Neir Book of Adrcri
W. T. RER?" V A CO. hnvejust received
A JOURNEY TO CENTRAL AFRICA; Or. a- t
Landscapes from Egypt to tha Neyro Kingdoms oft' 5
White Nile. Bv Bayard Taylor, atuhor O" "Via'
Afoot," "Eldorado," Ae. Illustrated with elegant t ntc
plates and mgravings on wood, fro u drawings I v thj
author, an I vilh a portrait of tha author m Oriental C. .
tume. Ct aplste ia one bandime vol , about Si i;z,
"We question whether anything more exquieitelv t-L -M,
txiy, 3 ad powerful, can be met with in th wtue 1
of ty pogrtihical or dvriptive hteratura than ir. ti)x
found in every page of this book st which we bnr ! x
W.T. R. & Co. huve also juit rcccHed
THE NOCTES AMRROSIAV.K. tNiih Portra'3
WiLron, Ixiethert, Monna, and Fac Sim'uie. Edited 11.'
Memoirs. Notes, and illustrations, bv Dr. MieKVn Marker
tie. editor cf 'tihiers Skstch-M of she Iri-diBar."
TlfE AaOSTEIE(:,VNT PRESENT TO
3IAKE A LADY IS H.VND.SOJIE SET
AND FRANCISCO has at his I ir Em?ok:i ne-sasi
amostelrgant snrtmrnt, put up in s?IUtgiC'H
coaHistinroOLynr, Badge, ltoeStor,i A Mar- gy
ten, Fitco, CnunchIH,'tieDette. Couny, and alt"
the lower grid's of Fur, made up in the ir-it :.n
bis rrain-jr. A. J FKvNClSCO,
Ixnomr of Vurs at
dect tf No. 0, Pnb'.ic yc-r!
IY nULIUAV HAU'.
T AM NOW prepared to oflir to the public
OLsiy ie AinLEsEts mr, gotten up lor tbe
oeauiuui in me extrema aixl calcnlail tt'u p : -laurels
wbererer it may be worn, (tailletnan ..i k '
something neat are inv!e-I to call.
A. J. Fit IXC .
deep If Ja. 33. PMic Sa
COUNTRY JIERCHANTii are rMriwledy-at t
hava my Ware-Rooms weM stoeked with err A U,
desirable in my line, far tlte Fall trade, and wiil b; 1
ed to fill their orderi. A. J. FRANCISCO.
decS tf No. i PuMhs Su .-
out ho', Chililren'sunrt Inlitul Kiincr
nntl CartJ.of evrrr tvle and ounIitT. iustorrn:!
tor inspection at F R ANCl.SCO"tt,
dec9-tf tittIiat -
SOUTHERN .tllLlTAUY ACAUEJIl
Ml LOTTERY.' v
Sr fRV AirrnnrirTY- n tiip titp ? 2S
GcmJueU.1 to. tic fhvt'ut vhr.. 11
T3T TO BE DRAWN Sh JANUARY, W, JZX
CtprriLS - 1
In all, 25Sprae3, amoritinto f )
&f Tickets ft Halves cml 0,-Htet-s in jwprt.3r.
Persons wishing Tic-sU ia NashvMe, wik pfeasr I ara
their orders with Mr. H. B. CHAMPION, nfca U au'lcr-
ixed to receive and forward tbats. asI to wimwb thescajzet
and drawings will be regHkriy reot.
A compliance with tne cbova will sTnMH& tfmac-!
labor necesjjary to answer indiridoal ordara trOB tc;t:
C?f Every prize dr.twn tA eseh drarriag.
EST Bills on all solvent Bunks Uktn at pr.
fif All communications MrieilrcoatMmt-al.
SAMUKL SWANN. Agent and Maea
Sien ef the Broaw L .
dece2 lm. " Mmiificrv.A -
roawMn.va txi co-vihmi Aeerr,
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET OKilC0,
No. li. Fav SraaiT,
(Oral P. F. IttrdcatVs lionl r)
tS Iron Masters, and others withing to Hp. Iy foe
warning oruers win meet wiia prompt ntweiBfl.
N. B freight BilU collVctv.t proatp
prompt iy, and Nberzl a d
varices ma le when reqaired.
LADIES' FINE SHOES.
LADIES' Curocsa Kid Slippers nlth Knwtts.
" French "
Italian Cloth (laiters. Plain atttt Kp'd
" P. L. Toilet EmbrouWdShftfara,
Missel Kid Slippers.
Child's Kid, Goat and Fr:cch More. Boat, Back &. a.
Rcxettes, a large assortment lew sty (w.
d:n French A English I.wng und Vitlret SIsr'ar;
" Cum Slippers and Sar.duU, Ac., A.
Jest receited by RAMAliE A CHURCH.
declS 4i Cottage Street..
THOSE REAL jl EERSCllAUJI PJPE.S.
I HAVE (ust received sostetbiog rich, rare sad cLas'
in Ihe Pipe Line. Call aad seo the nebst ud Jr"c
assortment of Pipes erer brought to this Stale. Thcv"ara
now open and ready fr iajpeetinn and for sale, w;..
valaorrrtail. at the sign of llie Lit'le IndUfi, et-r: cr
Cedar and Cherry trceu, Nabvii:c Tenn,
JT. I'OINDEXTER wooW 2Bome9 to tha eft ?st
Nashville and vicinitr that be hw rrmaTi..! L.h s-j
dio to a room over the Book Store of W T Ucm A t'n
oj the south side of tha Public Square. He son exa.'Ctjd
a raw rortraits rtunng bis 9U7 in Nmhville, which be w. .
takagreat pleasure in exhibiting to vimtors. Spec c:irs
of his work can alsobescM at Mr. Frcamai's.oo f -e
street among them the lull length of th H- n. fcve J ha .
aon. Tha ladies are especially invited t full. j-t.:f
f REAT IIAIKJAIN IN A COUNTRY RES1-
x e are now ourr.ng a oteuied bars.:
aooui 3 acres uneiy runoerro. acomiUWdrelin' C
booses. Lots in the immediate y of U. resttkace, tiC't '
cannot be purchased at 500 per acre. Call soon en
J. LAP. W.RBOWN,
jectoaw. Cherry '
I OR KENT FOR 1855.
I WISH to rent tny linage and Lot in the subatb AV
cf Nashville, the same distance lrom the Pnbbc i
Square as iie Chattanooga Railroad Depot, Tfce r
has ten good rooms and other conveniences. ' The Lt cos
tains tire and a half aero of gruag soma three acres cr
which is a we-enc!ced pinUn. Thets are ea fce lot
rnmber of peach, cherry and other tres; also, a bnci:
jtable and oamaje housa. 1 will rezit this property loiv
to a good tenant. WM. SvLAN ODON