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NASHVILLE: SUNDAY JHORN1NG, JAN. 13, I8S0. J3T" We ass authorizml lo annonce C. W. NANCE, Esq., as a candidate forClerlc of the Circuit Court of David Bounty, st the Mprcli election. jinl3. We are authorized to announce JOHN K, KD Jl 0XD30N as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson count, ca the ensuing election. decU We are authorized to announce Col. LEWIS K. HORNEasa candicatefor Trustee rf Davidson ccunty, at the ensuing election. J5? We are authortied to announce the name of W1L LIAJI AUSTIN, as a candidate forSheritt' at the ensuing election. t5f" We are authorized to announce A. It KOSS. aas candidate for the odea of Circuit Clerk forJSteirart Coun ty at the ensuing election. janVo6 Id. geT" The Rev. A. Haetpisoe will preach in the Third Presbytetian Church, N. 8., to-day at 11 o'clock, A. M. Subject Regeneration." EST "We invite attention to the card of Conley iJonxsDN. From their long experience in the business, we feel justified in saying that they will give satisfaction to all who may favor them with their business. EST" We have heretofore neglected to C3ll the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Mr. E. Wcixe, in our paper. It will be seen that he has dissolved partnership with Mr. Milius, and is again on "his own hook." Persons desiring any thing In the line of Ready Made Clothing, will find at the oil stand, Nichol's corner, a large and well assorted stock. OCT It appears from the report of the Secre tary of tho Interior that during the year jutc!o?ed fcbout 2,000 new patents were issued, being the larg est number any one year has ever yet shown. Me chanical invention is continually at work producing original machines or adaptations equally as useful. The American mechanics have a high reputation for their skill, and as their knowledge of mechani cal principles increases with study, and their in vention the mote stimulated, they aie likely to re tain the advantage they have already acquired. J2T" At a meeting of the stockholders and cred itors of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, held in Cincinnati on Monday, resolutions were adopted to the tff ct, that in order to save to the city the sum of 000,000 invested by it in the road, the stock holders should subscribe $500,000 the bondholders f 500,000, and the city the balance that would bo necessary to enable it to take charge of and com plete the road, and after reimbursing herself, return tin road to the stockholders. Th: School Fdlow is admirably adapted to the purpofes for which itwas established, the improve ment of boys and girls, and under the management of Messrs Dis z Edwards must become popular with the j jvcniles. We do not know a more ap propriate or useful thing than for all the boys and girl in the country to send forward their names to the publishers of tho School Fellow?, Magazine, at No. 10 Park Place, New York. The January somber 13 a beautiful thing and will be forwarded to order to any part of the Union. Movements or Srccic During the past year of 1S55 there was received at New York 40,724,037 in specie from California, and for the same time there was exported from New York and Boston $42,450,035. In 1851, the receipts were $5 4,963 018, and the exports 354,502,S43. The amounts of s-ccie produced end imported into the country tho past year, it is more than probable, exceed the etsssnt exported. RirER NEWS. sirozTtD Br b. u. ruaaisoN. The river i still gradually on the decline, leaving 6 feet water large on Harpath shoals, thia being sufficient for all the ordinary purposes at the pres ent. Eruineu on the wk&rf dull, pound freights for tbipment scare?. The weather has continued snowy all day up to time of reporting, with overhanging clouds indica ting either a continuance of snow or rain. Departed E:lipso, for Smithland and Paducah; scd Lebanon for Cincinnati. Arrived None. For Burksville and Waitsboro, the f teamer A. l..Di7is, T. Parish, master, leaves for tho above ports C2 Monday next, at 10 A. M. Marhics On Wednesday evening the 9th inst., by R-!v. J. B. Fersu-oQ, Mr. J. T. Reese, of Good lettsville, to Mi3 Sarah Butlee, of this city. Crood Advice! Free .to All!! C ALL, on lie Agent, and obtain GRATUITOUSLY, a ; copy r.f the HEALTH ALMANAC FOB 185C. You will And in it a grcit variety of useful information upon all subjects connected with the comforts of domeitic itie; tut more especially concerning tha Plantation aud Family Medicines, PREPARES BT THE Grafciilm&'sr Company, For all disorders to which the human system is liable, these Medicines provides a remedy. It they are conUder d among THE GREAT HUMBUGS OF THE AGE, Let any una obtain a co;.y oi the Urufeii liurc Manual of Henltli. An . bavins carefully penned it, carry it then to his Doc tor, end ask him in pmut out "'where thehumbug ItS" These Medicine are prepared bv Physicians of emi nence, whose reputation is cot confined to one count; in av State, but is worid wide If these Medicines fail to do what is promised for tbem, the Agmt holds himself bound to refund the money. Out i.ttbe thousands f purchasers in Tennessee, where is one nbuhas ever bad occasion to demand the return of bis moi)? Hunch a man can bo found, let him show him i.ll, for lluruum Conlil Make n J'orl line by Hint. If any OEe doubt." the cheapness ot thee Medicines over fell other, let nimexumme the Fever and Ague Remedy, Old co pire it with the usual practice. iCo'Sralenburg Company give for 50 cents; j-t t'ull direction for the cure of all Agues or Fevers. ii. Ac metic wuh instructions for use. hi. A bo." containing 45 Fills composed of Quinine and VperiBf,-f" which atone, you would have to ps.y, ifpre KireJ in an- Drag Store in theSiate, tl. sh. Onsbnot Vegetable Fills knnnn to be superior to ny that can tre prescribed by Phjeictans, or prepared by UrnpaJs. 6th. A handiame Box in which all thwr preparations ate placed. flth If the a remedies do not rure the Ague, ycu cm go b&?and have vour fiftyceuts returned. Wr.b all ttie.-e advantages, it has it look of reason (tbotll it, that a scientific remedv prepared fir each com. pUiot oy the raoit learned Fhyicun in tho Union, wnh nil i d rection tnr their use, in all Mages uf disorders, tad tr.!..jpr than the ch en pest, and better than thn beit, abntiid bacome sup-puUr.aodw) univetUyued tl.r.mgh vut iha orld AlAX, MACKENZIE, ileeS.t t:' Agent for Tennessee. TE hjr ;o torc S.n-0 tefa SHOKNUEUCl IIIMATA X'All.S. U iriil r.itii,nii :n rperira them during the jeA.oa. and itirnith i:iem lo the city trads at 5 i: e: h. ?t r cc ?MCG. D S cj decltf v. u. t;onnoN 4 CO. f rtfj.fct liVONS & CO. Ir3iiorter?au.!Ialerin Havana Cigar, To hacco, an.-ta'.l kinds of I'oreisn IVines, I.Iqnors, etc. Xo. 1 ' Ctosa .STHrr, Xaxnv-ftp, Trnn. GIFT 1500I. MOST AIMMtOIUtlATK 1'KRSKXrS. VAIUhTV LLKGAXTI.Y UONii IP ASSOKT3Ii:NTOr OT1IEK USEFfl. AUTICLES FOROI.!) AMI voi.Mi Kor sale by TOO dejiS NELSON A CO , 41 L'nion iUil. KJChMI Alt RIVALS. APRESH snpplv of Orance, Lemons, Cordials, Jel he Pie Fruit, Picltlea, PiwerTrs, Oysters, Sardines, 1 -ha'erfAc Ju. received and for sale by Lvtw-ers, LONOHDRST A COn Onion street. N B.TTo lira selling 4 Leaves of Bread for SI. JaaS'iS tf TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. Senate EvENnro Session. Fbiuat, January 11. The Senate took up the unfinished business the bill'to abolish the office of Road Commissioner. Mr. Steele explained his reasons for voting against the bill to be, that he had understood from the friends of the bill that the object was to abolish the office by tbis bill, and to create itagain by another bill; that he was opposed to such a system of war fare, therelbre would vote against the bilL The bill was rejected. Mr. Shied introduced a bill to change the timeof holding the Circuit Court at Msnchesteer, in Coffee county; which was read a first time and passed. Mr. Itodgers introduced a resolution in relation to the order of business, which was, after some lit tle running discussion, withdrawn by leave of the Senate. The Senate then resumed the consideration of the unfinished business of yesterday, it being the bill for tho benefit of the Tennessee Hospital for the insane. Mr. Steele took tho floor and made an argument in opposition to the bill as it now stood, but at the close of his remarks he moved to amend the propo sition of Mr. Hall by striking out one and one-half and inserting one say one mill per cent. Air. uarter occupied the floor a lew minutes, and insisted that it was a matter of economy to finih the buildings at once and purchase the necessary hnds aojdcent, and showed that it would then ac commodate 250 patients, &c Mr. Hall made a few remarks, and insisted on ins motion. Mr. Ellis then took the floor and advocated the passage of the bill, and went on to argue the nice sity as well as the propriety of making the appro priation. The amendment of Mr. Steele to the amendment of Mr. Hall was rejected ayes 8, noes 15. The question then recurring on the amendment proposed by Jlr.Hall, was rejected-ayes 8, noes 15. Mr. Dean offered an amendment calling on the Superintendent to make some further reports; which was rejected ayes 4, noes 19. Tlie bill then passed its third and last reading ayes 1C, noes 9. Ou motion of Mr. Carter, the Senate took up House bill to incorporate the lio'.horwbod Semi nary in Hawkins county; which was read; and, On motion of Mr. Cattt r, was so amended as to incorporate the Locust Hill Academy in Franklin county; and, Oa motion of Mr. Atkins, was further amended, and pas.-d a third reading. On motion of Mr. Ellis, the Senate took up the bill to incorporate the Murlreesboro' Gas Light Company; whicfc was read a third time and passed. Oa motion ot Mr. Dean, the Senate took up Sen ate b.li lor the benefit of children in Jrr.ctional townships; which was read a third time and pass ed. THE CALENDAR HOUSE BILLS OS SECOSD P.EADINO. A bill to incorporate the Fiat Creek Female Aca demy in Bedl'urJ county, head and passed. Tno Senate then adjourned until to-morrow morning (H o'clock. Hotrss Evesiso Session. Friday, Jan. 11, 1S5C. The House proceeded, us a committee cf the Whole, with the consiaeraiiou of bills for the sup pression ot tippling. Mr. Kunneis leitimcd and concluded his argu ment in lavor of n Prohibitory law, as embraced in the provisions of his bill. Mr le.vitt addresied the committee in reply to Mr. Kunne!3, and against Prohibition. Without concludiog, he gave way for a motion to rise, which was agrtea to. Tno speaker resumed, and the committee of tho Whole hid leave to sit gain. Sir. Cook, from the committee on Tippling and Tippling Houses reported back to the House the several bills which had been referred to them, without amendment, and asked and obtained dis charge from their further consideration; Aud then, at 4 o'clock and 45 minutes, the House took a rectss tilt 7 o'clock. HOKE SIOHT SESSION. Friday, Jan. 11. On motion of Mr Harris, (the riule being sus pended,) tha House took up the Senate bill au thorizing tun Comptroller to appoint a Deputy. Mr hue and Mr Harris explained the otject and r.er-esiity of the passage ot this bill at an early day. Mr Davie and Mr Oavitt opposed it, as inexpe dient aud unsafe. And then, under the brco of tho previous ques tion, demanded by Mr I3nen, Tne bill passed second reading. On motion of Mr Harris, the House then re solved into committee of the VVhole on the Liquor question Mr. i!urch in the Chair. Mr Dewitt concluded h a opposition. Mr Tipton suppjrted Prohioitiou. Mr Galloway and Mr Kicney opposed. Tee latter, without closing his remarks, give way tor a motion that the Cjmmit teo rise ; And accordingly, the Committee rose, reported progress at.d obtained leave to sit again to-morrow : And tho House adjourned till to-morrow morn ing 9 o'clock. Hocse -MoEsrso Sesiios. Satubday, Jan. 12. Mr Brown, of Madison, presented the petition of certain cmiens ot Madison county, residing South of Forked Deer river, praying that the Clerk of Eaid coun'y be empowered to appoint a Deputy, who thali reside m the town of Denmark; which was relerrei to the committee ot tne Judiciary. Bills werejintroduced and pa??ed the first read ing, as follows: By Mr liudd : To amend the act of 185G, ch 75: By Mr Armstrong: To authorize Jas McNeilly and Hugh B.air to eroct a dam across Little Pigeon river : By Mr AYatkins : To prescribe the time of hold ing the circuit and char.Odry court1 in the counties ot Giles and Marshall: and By Air Parks: To regulate the fee3 of Coroners. Tims House then went into Committee of the Whole on the consideration of the Liquor Question Mr Cavitt in the Chair. Mr Kictiey resumed atid concluded his argument against Prohibition, in reply to Mr. Runnels. Mr. Meek next took t.ie fl jor, ana went at length into a defenceof his proposition to submit the ques tion ol Piohibition to tlie people of the State. Mr. Bullen followed, in opposition to the princi ple ot Prohibition opposiusj every proposition submitted upon tho subject, but indicating his pre ference tor that which would establish inspections for the exclu:ion ot adulterated liquors. Mr Massengill next addressed tno committee in dicating his course ou this question, and giving his reasons at leufjt.li for supporting Mr. Brien'a bill, with tl.ght modifications. When he had conclu ded The committee rose, reported inability to come to any resolution, and was discharged from its further consideration ot the su'jecL lISsOMJTIUK. r!lU partnership hetetofue txibting undtrtlie firm and title ot Mmey McCiure & Co. has been dissolved bv Iiniitati a. I' W ilarey has the eotirechareeof the bu&i nets in liquidation. I WilAiEY, SEW'TON .McCLUR'", THOilAri M BUCK. t'A HI). HAVtNOdupcsedcfmy intc-est in, and retired from toe firm of .Maxey, McCluru A Co , take this method ol returning my sincere thanks to the public and ray friends foriKe libeml patrnuage bestowed upon the old S.-ra, and laie pleasure in rcccicajcndinj: them to public pat.-jnage. I' W MAXbY. HAVING as-;l5ted with us In business Mr. Stephen ltd lore, it the Ir.te llrm ot McCiure A Moore, wo ml continue the fin Ilo'ineis in all its various branches, uniicr ttietljlo otSlkl-iUie, ttuikA Co. S.H-otii.tj HUd Hooihng do.ie on the nio?t approved plana and ens', ort notice. I-iT C.tt-.aUailv oa hand all kinds cf Stores, Graies,&c. JTEIVTOX -McCLl.'KK. lOSt I t X S i.hi.tftnKenjiu -stockot ihe Texas t' V iei ii iUiimad oVujisny, arii expect to leave this oi, hi i.l.e Luasoefsci inoCni.it.auT at Marshall. I will BiieoJ .o bu.-.-.r.l, ,..r r.,:int if pccd in the hand cf i. iT' rf '-'d I'idrojd Companv, who nrtViucs I.) r.ir l. At . . - J jjns It SAML. W. ADKISSO.V. OFI'ICK .i.ia:ini,I,,k. i.as tifiiiT I V.NY. j ii H'" nt-r"-ih.laSt si months was decLuoa an.t m.,: j-avshie to it.e StccLholdeta af. terthe 10th intnt. '.nomers at. jatS lm JJjJl;Nt)niCK, See. i A ECttre coy of 16 lo l; vearaoi aije, un an I xi- nee to the piper bantrmr basins. appren- Good refrtnees required W. W. FIN V No Pr.Micgquvn. Corner Ueaderick. " W DISSOLUTION OF PAKiNERSHiP- a. Mll.lL.Snti. tl is dar withdrawn from the part r.srsinp kai.wn a? the h'rm cf Milius A Wolf. E. Wolfii hereby authoi ned to settle all the claims of said firm. N. Ti E. Wolf will continue the stand known asNichol's Corn or of Market 8 rest and the Public t'qoare. lie to licitl t le continual patrocag of his many lriendj. His ttock Tf .11 be enlarged enry day by arrivals of fresh goods lroataast. jan9eia THE VERY LATEST NEWS, RECEIVED BT MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH CP TO THE HOUR OP PUBLICATION WAsntsGTos, Jan. 11. Senate not in session to- Qiy. House Mr. Sneed withdrew tha resolution here tofore offered by him, calling Mr. Orr to the Chair till a bpeaker was elected; believing, as tho House relused on ednesday to order the mam question, that it could not be adopted. House resumed voting for Speaker, lOGth ballot. xianKs ao; ruuer oi ivicnarason vu; rennington?; scattering 5. Necessary to a choice 107. Supreme Court tbis morning sustained a claim of Pearson Breading, to an extensive ranche at JJuena ventaiz, California, thus affirming a princi ple established in the Fremont case. Therefore the fact that Breading joined the forces of this coun try against Alexico doe3 not invalidate the grant Dy tne last narnea uovernnient. Nkw YoBK,Jan. 11. The schooner Pacific, of wasnington, jn. v., was wrecked on Long Ueacb, Saturday, and all on board perished, except the mate. iStw t urtir, Jan. 11, evening. Cotton qaier, . sales 40 bale?; Flour firmei; Wheat quiel; Corn lrcdrovmp; Whisky firm; Cotfec firm, Kio 12; su gar fiim at 8c; Linseed 9.1 steady at 80. Freights bteadv. Stocks dull, Cleveland and Toledo 723; Erio 62; iNew 1 orl: (Jentral Sterling dulL TVAsnisoTos, Jan. 11. Zolllcoffer offered a reso lution declaring that in conformity witn tne tunda mental principles of this great and popular govern ment, it is the duty of all candidates for political positions to freely and frankly state their opinions on tne important political questions involved m their election especially when interrogated by the electors whose votes they are seeking His object was to elicit certain repne-i from rticbafdson on '.he slavery question, which Kichardson declared him self ready now to answer. A long debate arose involving tie propriety cf tne passage ot the resolution, alter which it was adopted; yeas 150, nays 3S. Adjourned. Nkw Yobk, Jan. 11, evening Flour, demand mcderate, without any important change; State 7 75j8 00; Western, 7 67-8 50-- 2 exirs; Gents- see, 9 oOall 50; Southern, 8 37-10 25. Rye Ifjur, o OJdi UU. Corn meal 4 ou lor jersey aud 1 25 lor Brandy wine. Buckwheat fljur, 2 37a2 62. Rye, 1 39al 31. Corn mixed, western white and yellow, 85Jl, Whisky, 3037 Higs selling at i us; cut meats in fairaeni3Ld, i 7i; should ers fcA .0 lor hams; bacon long auu shoit middles with the rib in "JaOi Lird.lH.lH. Louisville, Jan. 12. Ico is sail running in the river. YV eatber moderating. Baltimore, Jan. 12 The eastern mails arrived is good season this moving. Pittsbceo, Jan. 12. A terrific explosion occur red this morning at 5 o deck on tne corner of Third and Grant streets, irem escipcd Gas, which had filled a ceiar. A colored man named Brown, went down and cn igmtii.g a mut;h the explosion occurred, completely gutting the house and injur ing tho man very severely. New Yoiik, Jan 12tu, noon Flour advanced, straight State $8 06, Ohio $S 50, Southern $8 87. Wheat firm. Mess Pork improving nt $10 Lsrd firm. Whisky quiet. Cikcisiiati, Jan. 12, noon Flour very quiet at $6 GO. Corn 41c. Oats Z0;. Hogs $3 37Ja3 40. Some ask 3 50. Proviriotis, nothing dons. Whis ky firm 25$V!5f Groceries uncbauged. Washiotcsk, Jan. 12 House. Mr. Campbell of Ohio, moved that the resolution, confining de bates to ten minute speech:?, be suspended till Wednesday unless otherwise ordered. Hh reason for this, was that the candidates for Speakership would find it impossible to define their position in accordance with Sir. Z jllicoffer's resolution adopt ed yesterday, within so short a speech. He offer ed for the use of the candidates a scrap book con taining all the party platforms of the last 20 jears, also the ancient platform, the Constitution and Dec laration of Independence. Would a!so present them the B:b!e, had it not been moved from tho Con gressional Library m order to make room for the works of Lugece Sue. (Laughter.) B. O'KANE PE0OTJC2 A1TO COMJSnSIOH HESCHAHT, AND DEALER IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQTJ0E3, iJouth-EaM cornerof Church and College Strceta. Nubrille. Tennessee. dasli for all Mnds of Produce. "TTTHEAT, RYE, BAtO.V, FEATHERS, I1EE3WAX, V T AC .hy U. O'KASE. JanS' 6 P. E. Corner Co'Ieee and Church sw. HUKim ED I US r-Il 1'aiiLHii rll J a jan3' assorted, bo'.v in atora and lor sale low for cah by 3Te U O'KANE. NEW ALE. 50 BBLS receirei and fjr sale lovr by anl R. O'KANE. ClUEIl Vl.VEGAK Hire?j!y fur family use I""r sale by, jan3'e3 R. O KANE. COSMOPOLITAN ASSOCIATION I ART SHCOJVD YEAR. AUKANOEilENTS for the Second Annual Collection of this new and popular Institution foriha diffusion of Literature and Art, hare been made on the most exten aiveecale Among tho worts alreadv eDjrare'' Is the far-famed " OEXOA 'CRUCIFIX, " which originally cost Ten Thousand Dollars. In forming the new Collection, the diffusion of works of American Art, and the encouragement of American genius, haTe not been overlooked Commissions have been issued to many of the most disticguiihed American Artist, who will contribute tome of their coil finest productions. Among them are the three JIaible Rusts, executed bv the greatest livinj; fu'p or, - Hiram Powers: GEOJIGK WASIILVtiTOA, The Father of his (Vutry, DEXJAJ1I.N I-JtAMiLLV, The Philosopher : DANIEL WEDSTElt, The Statesman. A special agent has visited Europe un 1 made careful and judicious felections of loie'gi worksif Art, both lulSronxe and Marble; Statuary and cnoice l'aintincs The whole forming a large and vuluable collection of Paintinps and Stctu-iry, to be distributed tree among the members of the Association fur the tvend Year. Terms ol Membership. Tho payment of three dollaie conatitutraunyone a mem ber nf this Association, and entitles him to eilferoneof .he follow.nt; Majrazmes for one yar, and aUo 'o a ticket in the (lis ribution of the Statuary and Painting 9. The L'terature U3ced to BuBscriLera, consitls of the fol lowing Monthly llapmn&s: llarpei's, Putnam's, Knick erbicker, Ulaclcwood'.", Urahaui'e, Godey's Lady's Iljok, and Household Words Persons taking fire memberships are entitled to any five of the Magazines for cseycir, aiid to six ticleuin the distribation. The net proceeds derived from the sale of msmoerhira are devoted to tho purchase of woiVb cf Art tor the emu iegjear. The Advantages Secured bv becominrr a member ot this Association, ar 1st. All pesons receive the full value oi tntinsubscp tions at the start, in the snaps of Sterling Magaiine Liter ature. 2d. Each member is contributing towards purc'aisine choice Works ot Art, which are to bs distributed amocg themselves, and are at the tame Hue encouruping the Artists of the cuuntrj, disbursing tbousandnot dollars through its agency. Per.-ons in remitting funds for mcmberfhip, will please give their post office address in mil, fluting the month which ibey wish the Magazine to commence and hare the letter regtitsred at then Post otlice t prevent lnss ou the receitit t.f which, a certificate t f uitmbcr.-liij), together with the Jlagaztne desired, will be forwarded to any part cf the country. Tnoe who purcnase Jiagaunes at uooitstores, win ou gene that by joining this Arsocution, they rece ve the Magazine and a fiee ticket in the r.nnuil distribunon, all at tne same pries they nuw pay for the Magaz ne alone lioautitully illustrated Catalogues, giruig lull diecrip Uons, sent freecn application. For Membership, address C. L. DEUBT, Aotniry C. A A. At either of the principal office? "Kn ckerhocker Majaiine" otBce, 643 Broadray, New York, or, Western Office, 166 Watr etrcet. induiky. O. Subscriptions receired by U. F. WILKIN, Honorary Secretary for Nashville. Tenn. dcoiS tf STATE OF TENaESSEE. DICKSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT, UEC. BULEd, 1836. Jo.-ionh Nssbit. tt lis. 1 ts. Petition to Fepetaits Testimony. Michael Berry, et als. ) riAHE Petitioners, ho trnsorre of the heirs at law of X Jeremiah Nesbitt. dee'd bled their petition in tbis Court to perpetuate testimony to be uced in an anticipated law suit on the Will and Deeds of Gitt (or Ueviisr) ct the said Jeremiah Nesbitt, dee'd, from bich it appears to tha Court that Sarah Shropshire and Na hin Simpson and wile, K izabeth, who are defendant; to said petition aro non-residents ol this Suite, end bsynnd the reach of tbt process of this Court. Whrrcupou it is ordeied by thj Oouit that publication be made I r four tucceitive weeks in the Nashville Cnvm and American, a newspaper pub lished in the city of Nashville, Tenn.. rtquinrg said non resident defendants to appear before the Jucgeof taid Court at the court house in the town of harloite, Tennes see, on the 4th Monday in February next, and answer eaid petition and show cause, if any they bare, w y the same should not bo granted, or the same will be taken tor con fessed as to thea and the prayer granted , Test. B03EBT McNEILT, doclE 4tw Cj,rk & aaitar. By Bavis, Piiciier &'C5o. Oft TUESDAY MORNING next, Januarytb,lSJ5, we willcflkrat Auction for Cash, a lixgo assortment tf Groceries, to wit SfS hbds New Sugar; 10 hbds ChriCed Sagar; 65 bbls new crop Molasses; 167 K bblanew crop Molasses,- SO bbls Loaf Sugar; 225 bags prime Green Rio CofTee; 100 bbls No S Mackerel, large; 15 bbls No 2 do; Co boxes Cod Fish; 75 do Scotch Herrings; 150 boxes Star Candles; 125 "Tallow do; 20 " Pearl Starch; CO bags Buckwheat Flour; 6 tierces Frerb Hice; 0 dozen ash Boards; 100 dtzen Cincinnati made Brooms; 50 rite gallon Dein Johns; 80 boxes assorted Pickles; 50 boxes Tobacco. Tery popular brand; 10 case (Matches; 8 cases line Cigars, to be sold by tha case; 175 dozen Painted Buckets; 80 dozen half bush I Measures; 40 nests Painted Tubs; 02 bbls D D Whisky; 12) bbls rike's Magnolia Whisky; 65 boxes Cheese; 800 kegs Wheeling Nails, assorted sizes; 25 cuts Soda; 12 casks Mibbit's London Porler; S5 boxes M It Itaisics; 45 kits No 2 Mackerel; 83 bbls Family Vinegar, 27 bbls Old Reserve bisky; 820 reams Wrapping Paper; CO dozen Hemp PIoa Lines. With many other articles in our line. Most ol the above goods are on consingnment, and will be sold. The goods will be put up in loistosuitpurchasers. Janll'C6 73, Public Square. LAItUE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FUBNITOBE. ON Saturday morning, Jan, 12th, at 9 o'clock pre del?, we will sell without reserve, all ol tne Household and hitcti.n tumitute at the house now occupied by Ual Cooper, on High street, the fiiEt dwelling south cf Broaa s'reeL The Furniture is all as good as new. some of which is citv made is really very suorior. The following- is Borne of the Furniture to be told. 1 fine Parlor Car, et, now; 1 fine Chamber Carpet, new; 5 other Carpets, nearly mw; a aouoie uoltaga bedstead; 1 sinele do do: 1 fine Cherry Bedstead, Lounges, Uattreiiu, o, 1 line Hair Matrass; 5 line shuck do; 6 tine Walnut Chairs; 3 dozen Windsor Chairs; 2 Cherry Uinlnn Tables: 2 large extra fine ofia,l 1 dining Koom Side Tcble; 1 cherry Burt-au; 5 kiicken and Ironing Table?; a nae lot ti tine tableware, knves forks, Aa: 1 chafBa dish and coflVe urn, extra tine: 6 sets wash bowls and pitchrrs; I extra superior Wrought Iron Cooking Stove and fixtures. made by Mr. Cooper himself cost (lit: 6 wash Mands: 1 batchelor stoye; a laige lot ol Kitchen Furniture, wash Tubs, Cloths, Boiler, Aa; 1 fine Sofa, cost i3 '; 1 uairtxro tine Parlor Window Curtains. ALSO: A Urge quantity cf preaervad fruits, which are very superior- Nuw all ot vou that lore food and zreat BABOAIN5 at tend this Sato. Bo sure not to forget the day and hour oi commencing. Jan 1U lttAUUti & LUCUS. AUCTION SALE OF GUOCEHIES 1SY Morris & Strstton. ON MONDAY' MOllNINO the Hth January, at 10 o'c ock precisely, wo will offer at Auction tor Cash tue following articlts to wit: 60 hhds choice sugar, 20) bags prime Baltimore CoQee; S'JO ' " N. O. " 100 boxes Star Candles; lfOJandX " 00 lallow 120 gross Matjhes; 100 boxes and half b;iti Eais!& lOOdoz Bncketr, 100 boxes Tobacco; 40,000 Cigars; 200 gross Blacking; luO bbls Pike's Vnifkey, 2v0 " Ohio " 100 boxes Pint Flasks; U0 bbls Molasses, 5o bbls Cruiaej, Powdered asd Loaf 3'Jjar; 20 boxes U. K. Loaf Suar; 50 boxes Soap; 1060 kegs Nails assorted sizes, bal brands; 250 rtams Wrapping Paper; 80 dcx Wash Hoards; 15) dcz Brooms; KO bag Pepper; 15 bags Spice; 20 bags Ginger; 50 bois Rje and Biurboc; SO bbls brandy, Hum, and Gin; S00 doz Sarcices; 50 kits Mackerel; With many other artie.es In the grocery line. Nashville. "Janll .MOBKIS it STItATION. rOH ruiLiDELraiA, nfay york 4t'., At'.. AU. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LIKES The well known first class Steamships Keystone taie, CAPTAIN R. flARDIE. State of Georgia, Ij.iridl.l J. J UAIwVli, Will hereafler form a Weekly Line to Fhllade'pMa, sailing ersry Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles ten, as follows: The Eysione Stale will rail from Savannah the follow, ing Saturdays January J3tb, February 9d and 16tb, March 1st, 15th and 19th. Leaving Philadelphia th) al ternate Saturdays Toe State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the fol lowing Saturdays January 26th, febru.ry Sth and 23d, March Sth and 22d. Leaving Philadelphia the alternate Saturdays. In strength, speed and accommodations, these ebips are fully equalto any running on the coast Inland naviga tion, Iim miles on Delaware Hirer and Bay; two nights at sea. Cabin Passage, with State Koom accommodaiiona and the best of fare, Jllfrom lithsrport Steerage, 45. Agents at Philadelphia, HERON 4 MARTIN. Agent at Savannah, C. A. GREINER. Jac3'55 Sm PREMIUM II ATS FOR THE WINTErT" THE new style of Moleskin Hat of Waterfleld A- Walker's is a beautiful Hat asd admirably adaptfd to the sea son. These Hats aro vcrv light and elastic, and will re tain their color to the last. They will also retain thair bbape under much rough treatment, but the wearer is par t calarly cautioned against '-taking bricks la them." A tii e assortment readr to-day. dec!5 WATERFIEI.D A WALKER. .NEW STYLE OF SOFT HATS. TTTE have a full and complete assortment of all tie Vt newdes'gn? in soft iur Hats of black, brown, grey, dark, white, and all the popular colors. Alio, a large variety of Children's fancy Hats and Caps for the Holidays. dec 15 WaTERFIELP & WALKER. FL'KS! FUltS!! FUltS!!! THOSE elegant DreJ ur of Waterfield A Wlkr's are goinr off rapidly The reason is tbey are selling tbem lower than tbey have ever been told in the city. To insure their sncedy sale they bare marked them at very low figures. " WATERFIELD a WALKER, Premium Hat Emporium, dailS 26 Public Square, next to powder's. A'OIICE TO ST iCHJiOl.UEKS. Orncs Nasutills xxo Nostuwestibx R. H. Co., Nashrille, Dec. 3. 1355. RESOLVED by the Board of Directors, That Ten per cent calU be made on the 1st and Sift January, the 2d March, the 1st April, the Ut May, the 1st June, the Ut July, the 1st August, the 1st September, and thelstOoto ber, 1855, on ah the stocks rendered absolute bv tho loca tion of our depoi in tha city of Na-bville on BUhop Miles' property. Market 6tret All persons payirg bslore the calls are due, will b al osrei interest thereon It is hoped thai Mockholdcrs will call at tU cjKoe tf Ihicompinv trAr tXs calls arc pay abU. llL CLAIBORNE, dec Treafiirer. mi Should Try St. DR J. HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH niTTERS. A RE TOU DYSPEPTIC J Then Uk these celebrated Bitten. ARE VOU BILI.lOUSf Try one bottle of the-e Bittrs and be relieved at once. ARE YOU ANNOYED BY INDIGESTION? Remove the cau-e by the free use of these Bitters. The celebrity that this excellent preparation has gained In the last fw jcars is byjcd bc:.c . . L.jt rim-.cmcs in the United States endorse it and recommend it to thair patients mall cases of Dytpeia, Indigestion, and Loss of Appetite. It is utedoy nearly eyery family iu the Union, ana none should be without it. For sale by" U O. SCOYEL. G. W. HENDERSHOT, BERRY 4 DEMOVILLE, JO. G. BKOWN, HARBERT 4 R05CCL, A. C. CARTER, And by Druggists and Hotels generally. N. B. See directions on Bottle. septlo dA wly. Will. W.KftOX, 3BLL H i.V GSE, KEY FITTER, Corner of Broad and Colifj? atxetu, NatiTiDi Tscn. Jaa3'J-tf 1 ANACTra2RAKD ALiEEL. , I Ci3"Sj UcipS 3210. JjUalCS : . SO. 23, FUULIC SQUARE, Nashville. THE IIOLLIDAY HAT. JUST Introduced this day, an entire new style of MOLESKIN HATS for the llollidajs. 'Tii entirely new and gotten up with taste and elegance. Gents who with somethiLg neat and desirable will please; a rep in at the llat and r ur r-mpenum no. 23 Public Pquare. dec3 A. J. FRANCI3CO, IIOLLIDAY GIFTS FOR THE LADIES. T ADIES AND MISSES FANCY DltESS Xj I'URS. The most appropriate present for a Lady is a uanasome neu oi r ur. To those who intend making presents tbis year, will please bear in mind that I have every description of Furs in Setts, consf.ting of Sable. Marten, Fitch, Ermine, Lynx, Badger, Libcrian rquirrel, Ac., Aa, to which I invite their Mention. A. J. FKANU1SCU, dec3 Far Emporium, No 23 Public Square. T ONDON SMOKE, DROWN HUNGARIAN, XHiS UKUtva frJAKLi ALBONIS UAT. The9e ore entirely new styles of goods worthy the attention of all who desire something tasty in the 3m Hat line. A. J. KANCISCO, dec3 No. 28 Pubb'c Square. Caps! Gaps!! MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTH AND i-LUSH CAPS of eyery description and Quality, lost receivea anu now rvauji oi io x aouiujauij. iiai . . . J . .1. . 1 a .(,,i.t I air if if . m EMrORIUil, No-28, Public Squara. dec3 A. J. FRANCISCO. COUNTRY MERCHANTS A RE REMINDED THAT 1 HAVE XJu the Ware-Koomi well slotted with every thief NEW AND DESIRAnLE in my line for tue r A1.L laaur; and would b pleased to nil their orders. A. J. FRANCISCO. dccS No 28, Public Square. DISSOLUTION. THE Partnership contrac t heretofore existiog under the firm and style of , & B. Douglas & Co., has been dissolved by limitation. B. Douglas bas entire charge of the business la liquida tion. H. DOUGLAS, 15. DOUGLAS, AND. J. McWHIBTER. S. C. GODSUALL. J. N. BAILEY. MESSRS. Hu Douglas and Byrd Douglas have pur chased our entire interests in the asseita ct the lata hrm of II. A B Douglas A Co , and b-.ve adjusted payments fur the same equal to catb, Doc 1, 1355. AND. i. McWHIBTER. S. O. GODS HALL, J. N. BAILEY. I HAVE pctehaied the entire stock of Goods possessed by the late firm of II. A B. Djulas A Co. A portion ottbis stock I will sell at exiren-cly low prices. I am receivl ga large lot of new and beautiful Goods, particularly desirable in styles and qualities, to all of which the attention of dealers U respectfully solicited. HU. DOUGLAS. jane Im B HEAD AND BE WISE. BE It known to the citizens of Nashvills and tha bal ance of the Human Family, that I, J. Fbowcss, No. 41, Union street, have just received a full assortment of Spectacles, knonn to opticians as the "concave codtsx Glasses " l!:t r InrjTn intlis community as Brazilian Pebbles, mada frcra Brazilian Sand, Which I urn willing to sell at reasonable prices as tollows: Gold Frame, Slide Temples, 12 00 " " Single " Ladies... 10 00 Coin Fine Silver Frame, Slide Temples. . 8 00 Single 2 50 As to selecting Spectacles, I profess to know all abeat it, having paid particular attention to that branch of the busi ness lor twenty years. J. FLOWERS, octlO tf No 41. Union ntreet.NashTilIe, Tenn. Spectacles. I HAVE now on band a large assortment of Glassss of every de-cription, embracing "mine Scotch Pebbles, Convex, Concave Cylinderical F .fucal, alias Ccncavo Convex alms Brazlllian Pebble, u..s Brazilian Sand, In floe Gold, Silver, Steel and Plated Frames, Warranted to suit all agej. W. U, CALHOUN, dcc9-6m Public Sq are. SILVER WAKE. WARRANTED equal to coin, asd none sold but what I have made and my nsm9 stamped on It. I have a large assortment of Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Cups. Tea Setts, Ac. Ac. Orders will bo r.-ceived, and all kinds cf ?ilver Wars, including FAIR PREMIUMS, made in tha Bhorteo possi ble time, aud furnished at less than PhlbdelptLa and Ne. York retail prices. W. 11. CALHOUN, oct2n fim- No Ifl.PubilcSquacr TURN 11 HE STOCK FOR SALE. CTIGUT shares Richland Turnpike, Sj ' Chjrlotta Apply to J. L. A H. W BROWN. Jan5 im 44! Cherry st. MAGNIFICENT RESIDENCE FOR SALE. W oiler for sate on the most liberal terms, one or the most desirabls residences in the vicinity cf Nash ville. S'tua'edabiat t-vi mil a frjra tha city, iu a most excellentnoigbborh dthsinpnire-rents consist cf a mag-niflcet-t new urici Dwelling with 12 rooms and all ceres siry out buildings, with 15 acres cf land, or more if desir ed Desirable city property t j tha amount otlO.OfOor 12 0u0 will be UUten ia part payment. Apply immedUte ly to J. L A R. v. BROWN, Ju5 Im UX Cherry. BAKOUCHE FOR SALE, A GOOD second haad Barouche in excellent repair. A bargain will be given. Apply to J. ii. s. ti. w. ilKU.,l, janS 1K Chtrry St. JUST RECEIVED PER steamer Humboldt, ICOObigi Turk's Island Salt. 100 bales Unnny B gs, in store and for sale low by DAVIS, PILUHER A CO , Jin4'6 78 Public Squire. a-RENU GUOCEHIES. -VTEW SUGAR AND COFFEE. 100 hhds New Crop X Sugar, now receiving and in store. 500 bags prime New Crop Coffee For sale on accent mo :ating terms by DAVIS, PILOHER A CO., dec2i 78 Public Sqnate. OA Cli SALT. 1000 bagji tine alt; 7o0 bags coarse Just received and lor sale bv DAVIS, PILCEER & CO., 78 Public Pqnare. d(c23 LAtJtn AKE. 750 bags assorted Glasswaie re. ceived bv late arrivals bv iiAVis, riLt;iiti; e uu. 73 Public Squ dcc23 AT AILS, louy kea Nails, - Virginia Works, bcJt i.1 branas, received ana lor solo by D.iVH, PILCUER A CO., 73 Public Square. dec23 SUNDRIES. 20 bbl3 No. 2 Mackecul, 20 do No 3 do; 10 do Soft Shell Almonda; 0 Gre gallon Dem'johns; 116 bi'Xea W R Cheese; 75 coils Cotton and Lute Cordagc; 100 doi8D Cotton Bed Cords and Plow Lines; 100 bbls Pike a Magnolia Whitky; 150 boxes Risins, assorted slxa boxes; 50 bagt Peppei; 50 kit. No 2 Mackerel; 100 dozen Cincinnati Broom; Received by late arrivaU and for sale by DAVIS, PILCUER A CO, dec23 73 Public Squaw. QOU FiSIl 5" doznn Fi or sale by II A.M SCOTCH HERIHNtJS. resh Coil Fish; 50 dozen Scotca Hernnss Davis, pilcher co , 78 Public Square. dec23 FOR SALE OR RENT. NE VT Frame Dwelling with 5 rooms, on Porter St. ia Edgefield. Apply to A j u a tt v uuuw., dec23 lOd uyj t herty: NEGROES FOB SALE AND HOUSES FOB KENT. 4 NEGRI MEN and 1 WOMAN, good farm bands, wh ch wo wish to hire to peons living on the North side of the river. Wa will hire a good Carpenter in the citv. A email frame House and a Garden of 2 acres, 2 mil fromthe city on the Gallatin Pike Alfe, a Log House with 2 rooms and about 20 acres of superior land, about 3 mile s front the city on the Porter Pike. Apply to JLARWBKoWN, dec25 ICd U Cherry street. FOR SALE ONE HUNDRED Acres of good Land, half Umbered, rituated about S miles from Nssbville on the N A C R R, near Anttocb Depot. A bargain will be given. Apply to JL&RWKROWN, dec23 Im 44& Cherry street. ATENT SilOULDEIt SliAM SHIRTS Another choice lot of Patent fchouldrr Sam shirts, with and without co.ltrs, at various prices, oil warranted to tit well and to be made better than any other style cf Shirts, forsile by jin9 J II McGILL OHIltT CULLAKS usireceirrd another invoice O of fine Collars, various patterns and of best quality best quality J U McGILL. JanS EUR, BUCKS JUN CLOTH GAUNTLETS. We have mi a bee assortment of winter Gloyesand Uauntlets , and w are sellmg tbem at redu ed prices. Jin9 J H MoOlLL. BLACK AND FANCY COLORED S I OCIiS. e have a few hue Fancy Scarfs left, and a good as sortment ot Black Silk and Satin Scarfs. jan J H McGILL, OCAKF STOCKS Just receired a fine ossor jnent O ot lilacs: and iancy bcarf Stocks. Also Stocks of various styles. jina J H McGILL. SILK AND WOOLEN UNDERWEAR. A Aral rate assortment of Underwear, cf Silk, Meriao, Lemos Wool. Shaktx and heavy Ecilt, just received and fertile by J H MoGILL, Lad I ' .i vraisiuBgtorconur of Snare oni C7 i I FIRST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES Nashville Sewing Machine Company. Mos. 71 and 72 EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THESE Machine, are now very lastly considered to be the brst in usf, bavlnz the advantage of all others to the simplicity of their construction, the ipeed andbeautt of their won, ana mo great itrenztn ur tneir team. Linuae any others In use, thej form a seam with two continuous threads from ordinary spools of cotton, silk or linen maklnz a knot al every stitch which prevents the work from ripping u-jder anycircuratiancesnnatever. Th first and hirhtit oramlnra i have been awarded to these Machines at all the leading Fairs throughcut this country anucurope. ana meinveniornow rejoices in tne more sua stantial reward of the lar;est patronage ever bestowed upon anySewIngMarhlne In Europe or Ao-erlca. They are of the blzhest diiisb. and of every variety of sUe anait)ie, ana adapted to all the wants of the Sewlngeoav raoDiiy. They are all secure 1 exclusively to the croprletors by let ters pitent, and ar free from all lezal eontioversy. Great palnihas been taken to adapt thesa Machlhes to Plantatioa ewinr, and they are now so simple. durable ane ealiyrun and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond competition for tcis work or for the manufacture of heavy or light bigs, for Corn or Wheat, no machinery has ever oeen tnvemea to sarnass mem any person aner one noun practice can make from 400 to 7M corn sacks per das on one marh'ce. These machines are also equally well adapted to tcemanuiajture or an xinas or cmtntnr, coarse or one, as well as ceneral tewloz. q'liMIne, ititchir. Ac. These ma chines are so arrlnzed as ti make the stitch any leairth de sired, and to sew with ease any and every seam In tnv yar. mnt, and the durability, regularity aud beauty nf 2rjlri, cannot be equalel by any work accomplished by the most fcuiui uanas. we shall al all times keep on htnd a ull estortraeot of these machines, and most rtspeetfully Invite the public gen erally lo call and see them In use. and riva them a careful examination and be sit;i3d that the half has not yet ben told. dec23-tf LOiWHURST & CO., Wholesale and Retail Confectioners, NO. 45 UNION STREET. HAVE 03 hand a very choice assortment rf Candies of all kinds. Cakes. Nuts, Preserves, Pickles Catsups. J-ardines,Irandy Fruits. Pie Fruits, Pine Apples, Oranges, Apoles, and every thing of the kind usually kept In 0oa fectionaries. They ako deal in WINES and LIQUORS. Air. Ciqim and Tobacco, of the very best brands. Their Bakery is onenf the best in the Western country; and they are prepared to furnish fresh Light Bread and Crackers of tho beat quality at the lowest prices. PARTIES, WEDDINGS, BALLS, &c, Furnished by them on the shortest notice, with Cakes, Ccnfscticnanes, Ac , Ac, in the higfceit style ot the art. Mr. Lonshnrst. v. ho bos cbarve of the Manufacturing Department, has received several Diplomas in New York, for the best articles in hi line, exhibited at State Fairs, nd is one of the most skillful ConfecUoiers in the ccua- ry. di3. HICKS' CHINA HALL. HAYING nearly completed the Improvements of bis Store Room, the proprietor notifies the publio that be Is now rrceiviturond openlrg one of the largest and best stock ef Ware3 China, Glass, Aa ever presented for sale in this city. His stock consists in part of Rich Dinner Setts, ranging In prices to f 500 CO " Tea Setts " 200 00 " Chamber Se'ta " 150 00 " T to a-tete Setts " " 23 00 Elezant Coin Vases " " iQO 00 Together with every variety of Toihtte and Fancy Wares as well as a heavy and well assorted stock of common goods for the wholesalo trade. An examination of the stock Is requeited. A. H. HICKS decS3 lm PAB NEW Queensvare Store, CAMPBELL ACOBD. NO. 40 JlABXST StBT. fliUCTaZrtIStlCKFA8t.J ARE new receiving and opening a carifjlly seleatsd stock of QUEEN8WARE, CHINA, GLASS, PLATED, BRITANNIA and JAPANED WABliS; LooUsg Qlmsi, Solar Lamps, Candelabrat, As , &e. Which tbey oCiir to Merchants and others at the most res BonabIrat6.", Those within? to purehase ere requested to call end ex amime our stock, us we intend to keep a good assortment We will take tn exchange, Rags, 1 eathers and Ginsen j, at thehifhestmirket prices, J in 8 iim " HUGHES BROTHERS, PREHUM DAGUEEBEOTTPES AND pilOTOQEAPHB, 20 Union Street. THE first Diploma was awarded to HUGHES BROS., by tbe Mechanics' Institute at the "late Exhibition for the best Daguerrotypes and Photographs," which proves conclusively tbe surperiorily of our pictures over all competitors. These pictures were not gotten np for the occasion, but such as tbey take dally for their natrons. Citiiens and strangers are politely invited to call and ree tbe Urgest and best collection of Specimens in the South. octH tf OYSTERS. 17IVE HUNDRED cans Fresh Baltimore Oysters; 100 " kegs Picllid Just received, and for sale by deel JO. EDWARDS. I OK HIKE. A GOOD WAGON, TEAM and at tbis otSce. DRIVER. Enquire declS St. CHEESE. ONE HUNDRED boxes Western Reierve Cheese. Just rrcemdand forsleby deel .10 EDWARDS. LE.UONS. TWENTY" baies Fresh Le-nons. gale by deel Jsnt received and for JO. EDWARDS. a r ACKEREL. 25 bbla Mackerel; S5 bbls do, 60 iVJL kits do. Just received and for 8le by ule by JO. EDWARDS. dec5 TT ERRINftS. 50 boxe J-xoich Ilerringb. Jest re- AJL ceived and for sIe by dec5 JO. EDWARDS. JAVA COI'EEE. -S3 beg-t Java CotTee. Just re ceived and fr sale by decs JO. EDWARDS. PIKE'S WIUSKV. 10O bbls Pise's pure Alugnclai Whisky in store and forsale by novi MORRIS A STRATTON. N AI LS. loiiO teas Wheeling Nails in store and fur ..,itii Ren t ITr, s V sale by MORRIS A STRATTON'. A LE- -io bbls vValker's fresh Ale in store and for sale by rnov251 n MOrtrtI3antaisuj PLO UGUS t PLO us. US II 1 fifi Raymond, Roberts ilia's celebrated steel Plows, 1UU just reived and for ffijig feTRATTON. C IJ EESE. boxes select V. R CheeM, just re J ceived and for sale by MORRIS A STRATTON TV'KU CROP SUUAIt ivnis iuuL.dab. XS ?0 hhds prime new Sugar; 100 bbls prime new Molas ses inst re.-eived and for sale by nofe" MORRI-; A STRATTON. "COltN SACKS, CORN SACKS. WE have ia Store and are regularly receiving 2 asd 2( bushel Osnaburg Corn Sacks, to which we in vite the attention of shippers. dec22 W: H. OORDON A CO. CITV UU1LU1NU AN 11 LOAN ASSOUlA TION. STOCKHOLDERS in the City Building and I oa Asso ciation are hereby notified that the first Instalment Is dee on or before the ISth day of January. Stock not paid by that day will be forfeited. Payments to be made to the Treasurer, Samnel Say, Esq.,attbecSiceof the Protection Insurance Company, Market street. H. L. CLAIBORNE, dec30 td G Secretary. NOTICE. I HAVE this day disposed of my establishment known u "Billlod's Exchange," to my brother. F. BILLIOD. Thankful for the very liberal pitronage heretofore ex' tended to me, I trust the same mar be extended to my suc cessor, who is in every way qualiHed to please the paWic. jtal'H P. BILLIOD. FROM tbe above notice, psrtlea will perceive that It is necessary for me to close my businsss. I tbrrelore trust that every nun Indebted to me will immediately come forward and settle, and those bavin; claims gaisst me will please present them for payment. . Janl'tB Iw P. BILLIOD. Jh'OR RENT. m .. A VALUABLE Farm on the Charlotte Turnpike, inree miles fr.m the elty-conUlning between ou and 100 acres. Comfortable bnek dwelling, and neeeseary out houses, rood spring and fine orchard. Apply to Mrs. ELLEN ROBERTSON, at Mri. Kingiie; oathe corner of Chsrea and Sprtwe etreetf. Jao NEW BOOKS. I ANNUALS ANU GIFT UUOKS. JOHN YORK A CO. Have onrr reidy the following superbly IHastwted Vol. omes, to which the attention of tha pu'iltc is dueled aa being of an nnn- nilly attractive charater: THE REPUIILICAN COURT J Or, American Sccitly in the Days of WaaMEg'ca-a with twenty one portrait f distlngnished u omen. In cneqasito vclune, AaU'qni AUncco. NewEdl tion. CEHS OF UniTIsn ART, Corsisting of original Literary Contribotkcs in fo. etrv and Prose. Illustrated with thirty tlx lice engravings This volume embraces all tbe Woiks of the most noted Painters cf the present day. Ore Tel. nme, Q'larto, Antique Morocco. THE OKNA2IENTS OF JIE1IORY Or, Bjzntics f History, Romante and Pcetry. Elnj. trated with eightctn engravings. Ose Volnsr, In. ptrial. Antiqae. LEAFLETS OF MEMORV. AMERICAN LANDSCAPE, AMERICAN ANNUAL, HOME AUTHORS AND HOME ARTISTS. THE HOME ANNUAL. TUEBOOlvOFBBAUTV. SCENERY OF THE UNITED STATES. ROMANCE OF AMERICAN SCENERY. THOUGHT BLOSSOMS THE FLORAL UEEP.-AKE. Al J3'.) A large quantity of 12 mo. Annuals elegantly II. lastralf d and in new and beautiful mla. ml hirxling. 90 nfifi OU;,'-NYAG.Hm8toreandforsaleby U,UUU jtn3-55 JOHNSON. tiOKNEiVo. I) OaE CLARE. Received by dec2 JOHN YORK A CO. U aUPfcK COR JANUAKi, 13 . rtori'tdTv" I 1 -J f. , I nil . . . . - . dec2i JOHN YOKK A CO. ITER'S PUIS. ANEW and slnznlarly successful retard for the core of ill Bilious disoases Ci'Stivenen, Iudi;sti. u. Jaundice, Drop.ev, kh Jiimatisin, Faveis, Gout, Humors, Narx.HsBess, Irrltsbillt, InSamaiaiion-. Ilrtdac e. Pains In the Breast, Mde, J!tck and Limbs, Female Complaint., die., Ac. la deed, very few are the diseases in wblth a iurxa.iv Medi cine is not mora or less rtq urtrd.and much sicklies and saSerliir might be prevented, if (.harmless but tffec ual t a thartie were mure freely tise.l. No person can lent well ubile a costive habit of body revaiU . besi.tes, tt soon enerates serious and often Caul Olssases, which mlgh have been avoided by the timely and Judicious uol a good purgative. This is alike Hue of Cotds, reveri.ti rymitnias. ami nlilous dsran jomenls : they alt t nd to oecmne or produce the deep seatsil and f.irmidable di.lerapera which I ad he hesrses ill over the l&nd. Hence a rel a ie famil i.ht ic la of the Hist Importance to the public hralia, and this P1l his be.n per fected with cousainmaie skl'l to meet lhat demand. Anex tenure trial of iu virtues by fhj.iciaus- I'rofts un and Ta tienls, has shown results surp-siinr; anj thiNs biiberto Lot.wa ol any raedlupe. Ouies have been eTected beyond belief, weru lhaj not substantiated by pertons of such txilted posi tion and cl.aracter as to fort id the auapkluB of untruth Amon the many eminent gebtlemrB who have Uktifetl In favor of these Hits, we may mention : Dr. A. s. IIAYK.--. Analytical Chemh-t of Boston, aad Sta e Ami(t ol Massarh. setts, svhbaa hl;ll prufessionat ebaracter i endorsed by the Hun. EKUAKu hVK-l-rr, Srnatorof IhaUnrSedSlstes. KOUbKr r. V.'INTHKOf, El S).itr of tha Uoase of Representatives. ABHOTT l..VVRENrE,MtnlstrPlen.toEneI nd. tJUH.N B KITZr'A Trt ll K. Calhulte iltBO. of Boston. Alio Dr. J K. CltlLTuN, Fr.cUut Chemist of New York t'ltv, endor-ed bv Hon. W. L. AlAKi Y. Secretary or Plate. tVM. H. ATOrt, the richest ninlH Araerka. 8. LHL.MJ oc CO.. frourlttors of luj MeUoroHtsn Ho- tolj and others. Idd space permit, we coalJ ive tnsny hendreJ certiS- caUs fruin all pails where It.e Pills b.ve b en uaerf, .ut evidence e eu mute couvlnctuz th m the experience of emi nent public men, is lOuud 1 tne r effee upoii trial. These tl Is. the re-Uit of lour inve.t cattun ai d study, are 0"ereJ ttvtbe pnbllca.ihe bo.taud miK-tcotiie e weivOthe presenl slate tf medical scienra can aff rd. Ti.ey aru com pounded not of the drngs Iremseivs, but l the luodcual virtues only i.f Vectabie remt-jl- extra. t.d b iheeiical process tna state ot pjnty , and rombineu lofethtr tu - utb a manner as to lusura tneosst resuiis. lou vien oi annipo stuon for mrdlcinas baa bseu fuui.d tn ilte Cherry 1'ec.uial ana rnis O'itu to ttrouueo a mora ezici nbrioeiy teau i.aa hltnerto beeuub ainud by any process. The reus u is psr fecilji bilous. rtblloi. tie old imlu if co i'pnsiuon every medicine ts burdened wuh more or less of c linoblus ai.i li'Junoas q-ialltics, by tbl-each in.iividi al i.l e omy .halls do.lroJ fur ine curative eff ct i present Ah Uiu inert and obpnxious quslitiesol ech sutsui.ee en.rH..ed are I. ft be hind tbe curative vlrt iea oul) beta; ret net llei.ee tl i Self evident the tffseis sho Id provo as thry tuv i iored, mors krolj remedial, anil the i 111. a surer mor u..werf.il antidote to disease tiia an; other tws- Icae fckuwn to iLe woilJ. As it is frrqiei t'y eipe 'lent that my medicine sa uld be tiken under ia cldis of aa ait .dt uhstoian andaaba could not prone ly J nice of a rem-dy w biout knowti.it Us compo.llloa, I hv,ui-L'o-l the accurate F nuu tc'-J wi:Uh boib " J fettoral acd rtlsaru made lo tne hol liuiy f practitioners In the United States aid Knits Anerutn frovlnces. If, however, there sl.oiiM be ai.J i o wh . has not received tbsm, they will bi promptly fjtrded b, siall lo lili requeat. Of all lae f stent Mo llctr.es fat arroflared.how few would be Utt&ri f their comp s t .m tvas lnn:i! their Uie cua slats lu tbelr mterj. I have no injsteites. the c mposlti u ol my i rrparali us ia Iai.l of en tr all men. aud all nho are cointn.- eat w jude n tnis suhj et Ireely acknowledic thlicunvicti.ns oi taetr m'riuslc iu- nu 1 he Cherry ottor.il was t ron'.uneed b. .rlci.uBc t he a wondcrlul aedn lne o-.o it ell c-s neie tu..nn. Msry emtnwutp ysici-ns have osclare.1 the 4t titaof li 1.. and even more conndebtly, and are wilitax lo cert.tj ibit thstr anllclp.tioss weie ruuielhaa rt.ai.tcd bj th.u .Sails upon trial. They operate by their powerful Influence on the Interna vlsceia to purif) the MooJ and s'tmxlite It ntbtnlt tc tlvn rsmova I .s Gbalr .ctiou-or ills si ..ach. bowel., I Vert and olb"tor;ns ol tbe oud-.rri'o'injli.oir ir.fjUr actios, tu health, and b corr.cilnsr, wterever they exut, such ia rssceaenlssi are the firs' nupa or di-eaae. r-KtPAttEU liY James C.iycr, PRACTICALAr ANALYTICAL CHEJIIST, LOWELL, MAS;.. Price 21 Cente ier Uux- r ive Ilozcsi for Si, Sold al Wholesale by BERRY oz On I'VlLLSj AlBetailby BROW5 & GKUBBS. JQAIsj, by my Ajsati tnaluost ever) town tn the Stcte. PENNSYLVANIA KAILROAD. THE Great Central Route, conneciin tbe AtUnticcitfet withv'estern,Ncrthwestern,and southwestern Sutes, by a continuous Railway direct. This roud also connects aiFittsburg with aaily line of Steamers to all pons on the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky wr.a Sieau.ers to all ports on the Norlhwes.eTn Lakes, maktn? the moit dirtct, ciuput and rtlutU rovtc by whtcn FREIGHT can Do torwarde j to and In ra the O'rmX Hssf. Rates between Philadelphia ana Pittsburg: FIRT C1.ASS. Uoots hcs, urj Ouoae tin boxes,) Furs, Feathers, Ac SECOND CLASS. Books and stationery, Ory Goods (in bales.) Hardware, Lta ther, Ac THIRD CLASS. Anvils, UajTRinf, Bacon, ana fork (in bulk.1. Hemp. Ac We per 10D2 75perl00a 65e per 1905 FOORTtl CLASS.-Coaeo, Ftsb, Bacon, M and Pork .packed.) Lard and Lard Oil, f Mc r 1JV1 Flour tl per bbL until further not ce. (Jrain 0 cts. per 10 lbs. unul further Botire. Cotton J-i per bale, not otceediug itMr lbs. weight, until further notice. j:$y" In shipping Goods from any point Bast of Phila delphia, be particular to matt package " tit J'titnijflvania Railroad." AH Good consigned to tbe Agents t tbie Road al Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention FattouT A errs. Hams. Wonnley A Co., Memphis, Tenne.-see. It. t Cafa & Co . St Louis,; J a. JlitcLell & bnn, Evansviile Iudianr.; l.umejuil.Bell and Murdtk. ami t arter A Jewett, Louisville, Ey.,lt-C. lleidrum.iladiton, Indiana; Sprigman A tiruwn, and Irwin A Co . Cmcinnni:, N. W. Omh.ttu 4 to, Zsnesvtlle. HliKr, Leech A Co No. 51 Ktlby street Bosion; Leech A Co 3 A tor Hwije. Ner Yor; io 1 William street, and No. S Uattery PUce, Netr York; E.J Sneeder, Pbiladelpb.a, Jlsgruw A Keens, al timorc; G. C Franciscus. PitUb-rr; II 11. HOUSTON. GiHeriU Frvyit Afint, FhUa.la. II. J. LOMHAERT, &ut,AUvoiu,J'. an3 '.6, ll.-j iT PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg 1 HE MuKM.xU MAIL IRA IN leaves Philadelphia for Pnuburg at "K, A. M., und Pitts burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAS f LINE leaf ee Philadelphia fur Pittsburg at 1, P. 11.. ami Pitt-burg for Phladelplua at 1. P.M. TH- NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pataburg at 11, P. M. and Pittsbun? lor Philadelphia at ll, P. M. Tbeubove t; nes connect at ritssourg who urn neuroaua hand from St. l-ouis. Mo; Alton. Galena and Chicago, III.; Irankfort. Lexmpton, and Louisrtllr, Ky.; Terra Haute, Madison, Lufajetle nd ladiaDapolis, Ibd. ; C.ncin nan, Ujyton.BpriDgbeHd, Bellt-fouttune, SuLduky. Toledo, Cleveluud, Colnmnus. Z-ns.yille, Mussiilon, and Uooater. Ohio; also, with ibe Steam Packet Boats Irum and la New Orleans Si-Louis Louisville and Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had to or from either of tae above piaess . For turihtr particulars, tee Handbills at tbe different starting points. Passengers from tbe West will find tna tbe shortest and most espdi'ious route to Philadelphia Baltimore, New ork or Burton. TUOS. MOORE, aoknt, Paxrm;v Zir. rAkcdi. J. ME-KlilfcN, AamT, Pd,4fcr Lu,u, PttUnu-y. Philadelphia, U6-jai 3-ly COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. TUr. s ujscriber otfers I r sa'e a haur tome little jjjsrv cou-tryrtaidence..nUtniigaactt. Situa h;j ted a h.ll mile Irum Triune-. Vi .l.ianiion c unij.im JO mediately on tbe N.ileosnlleand Nashville iu npke Tta imuroveuiei.ts on the p'acare s baucUrme new Brut Coitsge House, with ien rooms, and a. gi cd llnek ooro Home and otter bui.dirg', an axcel.eut Orchard if Yuusg FiuitTnis, Ac, Ac The place is admirably adapted for a Boarding llcnse, being sit ited i" the immtdiat- vicinity ol a tood Male ana Female Acaatmv, and buarutr re always leniy To any person wish.nga nice country itttome ibis plaea ofurs unuuol indiicca-cts, and a good bargain cn to bad by applying aooj ny person wisaia; to purchase wilt call cn Jtha A. Jord-n. wb will show them tLeprcti.1 Trmne jini'Sw jw HiOM tS TEAY AUtulTh IIAV1ED TO engage in the salootane ond -ieat 2c Wnk. Active business men uf ,ver H rars id" sue preferrsl. Tbe business is twin lucrative and rtsj-ectaMe For par ticnlarscallstNoat Oadarstree', beiwttn tteh. u kofa aad 10a m.oraddxtM J. S. PEKKIS. Jaa5-lWaU.tr XsahTUhi Ttsa.