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1' . J. O. GRIFFITH & CO., , . (Successors loE. G.Eastman A:Co;) GRIFFITH, F. 0. BENNINGTON; JNO. a BUBCD, LEON. TROUSDALS, TH0HA8 8. MARE. DAILY $8 TRI-WEKKTiY $5j WHEKLY $2. TUUSDAY BIORNKXG, DEC. 25 1800. - tOur Subscriber. ' TVfll pleascrcmcinber that the cross marks in pen cil on the margin of the first page of our paper, lndi- catcthat the expiration of the time for which they subscribed is near at hand. Look out -for the cross marks and renew jyour subscriptionL No JPapcr To-aiorrow. This day being Christmas, will be observed as a holiday by "those employed in this office, and conse" quently the Uxiox axd AiauucAX will not b'e issued to-morrow morning. The paper will be issued as usual Thursday morning. , ' 'Wc tender to our patrons the congratulations of the season, and wish them a merry Christmas. , Andrew Jolitnon on Coercion Hon. Andrew Jonxsox", Senator from our State, was hanged in effigy, and afterwards burned, in the presence of a large crowd in the city of Jlcnv phis, on Saturday night Iastt as a rebuke to his re ported speech in the Senate, on the 19th insL, in favor of .making "CQariuereil provinces" of the se cedfng southern States. While we are not prepared a tt toisanetion this mode of expressing disapprobation of so odious and mischievous a doctrine, nor in the present instance to condemn it, yet .we Wfluld com mend this proceeding to his attention, as an uner ring indication of the .popular sentiment of Ten nessee on this subject, assuring him that, if the telegraph has correctly reported him, he has com' mitted a most fatal blunder that must consign him rtomoritc2 obloquy! and deprive him forever of the confidence and respect of his constitu ents. "Vc can" furthermore assure him that we do not beleivc there is one in a thousand Uic UUCUS Ul UUI uiuaiiuucwwu; 1,1... tun autuJb the despotic and infamous doctrine of coercion doc trinerepugnant to all the feelings of freemen nnij to jwCery principle of Republican liberty. W eiave" forborne to comment at length upon this luAmost strange.antl .incomprehensible speech of one in whem we have heretofore felt the highest pridc until we could receive an authentic copy pf his speech, and thus make it certain that no injustice- was done him by the telegraph. Having just re- ccived a copy of the Congressional Glole in which it is pristeil, we shall proceed to examine the positions m of Senator Johnson in the spirit that they call for at our nanus, ana iu uia&e um proper .commenis 3 4lia.orm X Dentil of Lx.Gov. McDonald, of Georgia. lion. Oiarles J. JIuDoxald died at his residence in Marietta, G:u, on Sunday, the lGth. Of massive intel lect, of spotless character, of tocial disposition, Gov. McDonald was second to no man in his native State ; in personal popularity he was without doubt the nrsi. in au mc puuiic posiuotis wiiicn 11c was caiieu to occupy, whether in the State Senate or Houso of VU I k17nnwiaftntltirnC .flirt,!,,. HQ O Tl AttnmOf.rlnilni-ll or Circuit Judge, whether as an Executive of the State or as a Justice of the Supreme Court, he cs tablished'arcputation as: a christian gentleman and .a. man of earning. As a lawyer he stood at the head of his profession. o man ever possessed a more extended personal acquaintance in any State thanjhc did in Georgia, lie was the acknowledged leader of the State Itiglita Democracy of that' State. Although conflnedto Iris house by illness, his name was placed at the head of the Urbcklvridge ticket in'fhe recent canvass. For very many years a con sistent member of the Church, he died leaving no purer manbehind him. Full of years and of honors, he has passed through the valley of the shadow of death to immortality. Resolutions of tlic Sotuli Carolina Ecr Ihlaturo on Federal Affairs, adopted December 22, IS 511. ; Whereas, The State of Soutli Carolina, by her ordinance of A. IX 1 852. affirmed her right to se cede from the Confederacy whenever the occasion . should arise justifying her in her own judgment in taking that step, and in the resolution adopted by her convention, declared that she forbore the immediate exercise of that right, from considera tions of expediency only. . And Whereas, Alore than seven yo&rs have elapsed since that convention adjourned, and in the inter vening time; the assault upon the institution of slavery, and upon tho rights and equality of the Southern States have unceasingly continued, with increasing violence, and in new .and more alarming forms: be it therefore, 1st Resolved unanimously, That the State of South Carolina, still deferring to her Southern sisters, nevertheless, respectfully announces to them, that it is the deliberate judgment of this General Aa jSembly. that the slaveholding States should immedi ately meet together to concert measures for united . action. 2d. Jtesoiwd unanimously. That the foregoing ' -"prcamblr and resolutions bo communicated by the Governor to all ths ilaveholding States, with the earnest request of this State, that they will appoint ,deputies, nnd adopt such measures as in their judgement will promote the t-aid meeting. 3d. Resolved unanimously. That a special eom , anissioner be apWHiited by his Excellency the Gov ernor, to communtcate the foreguiug preamble and resolutions to the State of A'irginin. and to express to the authorities of that State, the cordial sympathy of the people of South Carolina with the people of Virginia, and their earnest desire to uuite with them in measures of common defense. 4th. lieaotved unanimouskf That the State of South Carolina owi it to her own citizens, to pro- toct them and their property from every enemy ; and that for the purpose of military preparations ; for any emergency, the bum of one hundred thou sand dollars($ 100.000), be appropriated for mili- j tary contingencies. T The I'rospccls. The .Memphis Apptai speaking of the paoceedings in Congress sys : The most unfavorable -as "roll s salient feature of its deliberations is seen in the circumstance that everv measure wmch has been ottered, contcmnlat ; ing the adjustment of existing differences between . tie ICorth and the South, has emanated from South ern lnemliers. Amid tlu- confusion1 of political cliitos the Ittpub- licans. who have b?cn the acRressor:, uo not so mm n raise their voices lr W.1V bf offering some measure 'that may eventually prove oil upon the ' turbulant waters of our lieavmg and attracted Gallilcc. 'They sit with apparently the calmest in difference 'as to the result, occasionally muttering what onlr serves as fuel to the flame of Southern ' indignation. Under, these circumstances the most eaiigume expectant can no longer look to this legis lative tribunal for anything that sators in the least . . ." f political pacification, in corroboration ot tins view we have the testimony of thirty Congressmen -from nine of the Southern States, asserting that "all Jioni- for relief through the auency of committees, - iongre6tfonal legislation or consuiuiniaai aiuiuu cnents is exhausted;" and adding that "'.the Kepubli can party are resolute in their purpese to grant nothing that will, or ought, to satisty tlie Jsoutn. Similar l.'rlttvn Jen. too. wlioto illSlICCtS Of patriot' "Imii av ko stronu at almost to make the wish father to tlK) thonght that the Union of the States can still lie conserved in its pristine integrity, has at last liecn coerced into the acknowledgment that lie can perceive no evidence ot compromise or concession on the part ot uie liepuuncan ieauer. ami goes on to proclaim that unie some Kuarontee is given ci thern, Kentucky will make her exit from the Union and go with other Southern States. This certainly -mrtends f Uvtf of affairs to whose significance the ' '6ntry has utterly tailed in attaching sufficient cor$ ertion. 15ut wc leave the assembled widom " of the na tion to tito a glance at .the press the lit exponents of Northern sentiment we oan see nothing thatjbe- toV ft cloudless skv for ttia luture. Ikcommg a little tuild and conciliatory immediately ujhhi the ImcIs of tlieir ill-earned Presidential victorj- tlsy 1...-, main l.i,!,vl into thnit' former uncomDiD- niirwBrplentleP8 and inoxorable spirit. The col umns of the Republican journals, with the reuiark alilc oxcepUon of the Kew York Dr'Aunt, are to-day teeming with threats of subjugating the slave States "isliould they exercise the right .of declaring what Mr. Webster aruiouneed ten years ago that a oomp&ct broken on one side was broken on all tides." inac'tincelljle jif Now Hampshire, speaking a the oracle of the radical school of New England abolitionists, gave the Soutli to understand some days since in thcSenato. that the issue for her yeo manry to decide was submission or war." The in tolerance and insolence of i!lackUepnblicanism has become almost past the patient endurance Of a free people. "We can glean nothing from the eonduct.of the press that leads U9 to believe that any re-action Una taken place in the Tieivs, or any change in the ais of those who shape the policy of the Kepub 3icaa party, and who have announced tlieir inten lion, 05 the authorired agents of the people, to ad tministc? the government according to that declared jpoliey- 1 , Waxtan Alabama. The Mobile Kegister,ot Pec 13, publishes he following extract from a letter written by a subscriber in Choctaw county : .""Vim. 'tfnliilians.hiive'bul a faint idea of the mid- cry flfetyjll be likely to exist in this country tho coming year. I can alfeurc you, from my own ob servation, dssl Jn le8 than tyo months from this time eight famfces out of ten will actually ho out of corn, and a great fartK)f them .will not iave money tp buy It with. And your merchants will not fill orders unless tho cosh ,ccompanies such prdcrs, vhere is it to como frocji" I "S. kXtooIC Notices. - Tnt'WoEnor Faults Bscos, Baronet ViT-utaa, YlinritBt. Albans, and Lord High ciianceiiorei ssnpaco. tniicio. edited by James Speddlngfi M. Aof Trinity ColleM.Cam- .twMgt; Eobtrt Leslie XIUi! II. A , UteTellow of Tr; r.mi.i mwA ivin-ln. TVnit Ileith ll3rrist( yBioTn,Tt5Jra&Co 'f ig , VI" Tlie age of Elizabeth in England ami that oftUie revolution inErncfc liintauiIcdiaOB.uihpjKt Efl, nations characteristic traits and national modes of thought, which will probably be as permanent as the existence of tlie nations themselves. For intel lect never works with such energy as when some superincumbent pfessurb' has recently 'beeri'femO't' cd Vhich had previously cramped ana paraiyseu ite energies, "and it isitbe-acuW intellect of a nation which iaiprfessei'uptin? it its distinctive national' character. It is. a necesftar result of this, that the books produced at such periods are those which attain a permanent position in the national litera ture. Accordingly we find that Bacox is still the great representative of the philosophy of England, rSnAKSPKA& of its imaginative literature Spexseb and SinxET of its lyric poetry ; ond'the multiplicity of jarring religious sects in England (and America too,) may still be classed on ono side or uic omer in that great controversy of the Ecclesiastical against the Puritan idea which in the days of Euza' TEnrjiad their respective champions-do JioppEit-and JEWEL. , f't: j, -Jt; . . So in France, the polShcd epigrammatic point, the audacious scepticism, the rapid and sometimes pre mature generalisation, the eager and somowmn sensuous imagination which wcru the, characteristic features of VoltaIbe and Eon&uu, of D'Alejujebt and DiDEnoT. and their brother Encyclopedist arc. every day reproduced in the countless publications- of tho Parisian press of the present cay, ana.ju. MtcHBLEXAtows. half boastfully, half complainlngly, that Paris in 1859, still thinks and writes in the snirit of 1793. Itr is no wonder then thafthc bdoks" of the, Eliza bethan era and of the Frcach Revolution, aro con stantlv reproduced. Our attention has just been beautiful reorint of the works- of. Bacox which is now in the course of publication from the enterprising publishing house of Messrs Rnowx" & Tagcard. We avail ourselves of tho oc casion to say a few words about Bacox and his phi losonhy. To -what purpose, a reader will say, who is going to read Bacox no w-a-days ? It Is true he did a gooa deal of good in clearing the way soas to make'room for the philosophy of the nineteenth century the phdosopit ofjacts, buthiswork is done' now -ana we arc busy with the results. It is because we believe that Bacovs work is. not done vet. that his principles of reasoning are every day ignored to ourdetrinient, nnd'tbatfwhat is called the'pliilosophy of factors, tlirijugS gnM-dhce of the' principles of induction leading us into error as often as into truth, that the present article is written, in titn l.ntu of" inilnein!? a few of those who have the name of Bacox and the inductive philosophy con stantly on their tongue's end, to. inform themselves what tho Baconian philosophy really was. We shall net attemptto give this, information in the present paper.it is our wish to lead our readers to acquire it in the works of Bacox himself, and wi shall content ourselves with showing rather what the Baconian philosophy is not, with correcting two very erroneous impression which .prevail as to what the inductive philosophy teaches. The trutli'is thata great num-er ;0f litenUeurs' talk very knowingly of Bacox and Induction, and the novum organum, whose only knowledge of the sub ject is denied from JIacaulat a article n theEdmg burgh Review, an article which spite of the author great reputation, has in our estimation been chiefly instrumental in inducing people to talk about the philosophy of Bacon, without tlie slightest concep tion what it really is. The two prevalent errors which we mainly .desire to speak of arc as follows First, it is assumed as the distinctive characteris tic of the Baconian philosophy that it is a philosophy of facts, which Untrue', so far as' this, Unit everything in it is based upon facts ascertained by observation and experiment. But after ail. tins is a poor defini tion of the inductive philosophy and is equally true of all systems of philosophy. But atartingTvith this most inadequate conception of the subject the Mac- ault Baco'xists form for themselves some such theory as this : that previously to the time of Bacon the method, -of. Aiustotu-: was in vogue which consisted in" reasoning ty'.ldgistically from certain assumed firs: principles, and determining from these what the nature of things ought to be. rather than ascertaining by observation and experiment what it was : but that the Baconian- method started with the observed farts. :and JJetermined tlie laws of nature from the record of a vast number of such observations, this being the leading principle of the inductive philosophy. A most injurious and inade quate conception of the whole subjec. and most un just to both AmsTOTLK and Bacon. Of all scientific men, Aiustotix is the last who should have been rlinntp,! with disregard of facts. To students of his works, the accumulated stores of information hoarded up in them are still amatter of wonder and admiration, ripccially -when they bear in mind the difficulties besetting the accumulation and diffusio; of knowledge, compared with .the facilities of the present day. lie spent a whole life m the accumu lation of facts which tcem-aiid overflow; in his va rious works in every form. Tho manners and cus toms of all nations, their religious notion?, thei morals and institutions, the characteristic forms. the habits and lives of plants and animals all that was then known in zoolo gy, botany and philosophy, the properties of space and matter as set forth in mathematics, mechanics, astronomy, and such attempU at chemistry as were then possible. -Ml these systematically studied and faithfullly recorded render the works of Akistotle a complete encyclopedia of the knowledge access! ble to Grecian philosophers ol the Macedonian era and instead of marking a man disregardful of facts give us a picture of a mind freighted to repletion with facts, and only not overloaded with them be cause its faculty of organizing and systematizing knowledge was equal to its stupendous capacity for accumulation. And it was not so much against the teaching of AmsTOTLE himself that science revolted at the close of the middle ages, as against the authori ty of the schools which taught in the name of Aris totle, a method of research which ho himself would never have stinctioned. These schools, in stead of going to nature herself, m Aristotle had done before them, to learn of her, assumed some aphorisms of their master as the basis of all know! edge, and subjected all doctrines in philosophy and science to their one criterion of conformity with these: they assumed tho plenary inspiration of Aw totle, so to say. and reasoned from this as their starting point, instead of seeking inspiration from the same source as that which directed the studies of their, master himself, the assiduous study of na. ture, that is to say. and enlightened reasoning upon the facts observed. This revolt against tho Aristotelian schools had indeed commenced long before the time of Bacon but before his time had produced no fruit, because it had occupied itself with pulling down what it found, but had succeeded in building up nothing. What Bacon himself did was t eatabhsh in the place of it a mttliod of ques tioning nature, to show how the first generalisation offsets might be brought t scrutiny by confronting these with further facts bearing unon the 6ame questions, aud how when Nature by the enforce meni 01 such jnierrogauon nau answered one question, those very answers should be mado to suggest further questions and so become fruitful in the incitement to further research, This is the true meaning of fruit when researches rr represented as productive of it in the orks of Bacon, and valued for that quality; nut. as the readers of Macaclay are led to suppose, that direct practic.il availability in the arts and commerce which modern utilitarians considtr.the test of value in all scientific elfort.and thinking so, suppose them selves to be Baconians. As this is tlie second great error which we desire to combat; and the space we can give to the present paper is too short for its refutation, wo will cnnclude with a quotation from 3acox himself, whjch i-hows that he looked upon this very utilitarianism as one of tho great obstacles to the progress of science. We ar? quoting from the first book of the "Advancement of Learning.' !.. .1. r -1 , .1. . iui iui- tn-iii-N trrur ui u iiiu rvsi. is ine mis taking or misplacing of tho last and fartlicrest end of knowledge, sometimes upon a natural curiosity and inqmMfhc appetite ; sometimes to entertain their minds with variety and delight ; sometimes for or nament and reputation ; and vonictime to enable them to victory ol wit nnd contradiction : and mosi Hutcsjor mere ami irrmessioit ; and seldom sin cerely to give a true account of their gift of reason to the benefit and use of men ; as if there were sought 111 knowledge a couch, whereon to l-est a searching and restless spirit : or a terras lor a wandering and lanahle mind to walk up and down with a fair prospect, or a tower of State for a nreud mind to rwso itielf upon : or a fort on commaudiuj: ground for strife and contention ; or a simp for profit or J or mU , aud not a rich storehouse for -the glory. Of the Creator and relief of man's estate. Butthis is that which will indeed dicnifv and exalt knowledge, if contemplation and action maybe more nearly and straitly conjoined and uni'tod together, than they have been. ' lloviteU I do not hitan. ichen I sneak of Hscand action, titai end btfoi-c meniioned.of applying kn0tdlgefo lucre and profession for fart not igno rant Itoxo muck thai diverthk and inUtrupteOt the prose eutioH and adwHcenicrd of kmidedje,"' Ve in thus generally recommending the study, of Ba 1 con. wc should be most unjust if we were to neglect" stamping the edition before us with our highest approbation. We shall have future opportunities of dwelling upon its. particular merit as Weil as upon special points m tlie works of Bacon' as tho successive volumes makes' their appearance, and will only at present siy-that it is not only the only, RtUinablo edition of the author worthy of his fambi 1 but is the best edited, Test printed and handsomest tmblieftion that lias ever emanated from tho Amerl- publication that lias ever emanated from tho Ame'rl- ? ? -. . , , canons, Withuch paper and typography, study fe is'alijxury rather than a labor. - ' u L ..iUcLn;Hi nt. XV V Tlpnitt- .t- fn ',1'rviii wiu puuiwum '-- ."" ww. ' , v, - , , , . v:-. VN. K.-3IcfsrB. JJekrt & Co. have subscription books open for Uioee who desire to receive the book ;as.'it comes 'out,.- wtd specimen volumes inwhiciL the beauty of the work may be recognized. MOVEIflEN'tf 3 OF TUX BAY. 1 j j Demonstration, in Memphis. According to the Avalanche, the news that South Carolina hall withurawn from the Union, created, intense excitement la Jlemphjs on Friday." Tnat' paper sayg'some of the oldest and most- responsible . . ' . . . ... ... .. .. . . . .. citizens joined tno " Doys wiiu me diuo cocKaae," and sported that insignia of Southern Independence ; indeed, says the Avalancla, the streets wero filled with men wearing cockades. The AvatancAt saysi During the.foi"enoon a aalutd was fired in honor of South Carolina. The guns, as their thunders rever berated through the forests of Arkansas seemed', to awntena wcuie peupiu wHiiveiyupnmwuuuvi . . . 1 . i . tr t 5 - , . ! p the -wrongs tuat nave imi years- ocen neaped upon them. The enthusiasm toot different shapes during the day. We saw a man kicked from a Main strect.store for denouncing fcouuvcaroima.. a little ocv, who is descended from the-" right stock,'1 cried lustily for the homo of Calhoun, was taken in charge "by ajnum ber of ''the boysifli the blue C3ckadb,".l6aded down with presents, and sent homo to Ins parents in a car riage procured tor mat purpose, jsven me' niggers at the levee were- cheering South Carolina, and the enthusiasm seemed to be general, and continued till late at night. After dark, crowds of men paraded the streets, liuzzaing for the Palmetto State, but the enthusiasm took a more substantial shape, it we may use the expression. Although the effort was spontaneous, several houses were brilliantly illuminated. Among tucae wc noticed the residence of Col. bam. Wood son, on Second street: the jewelry stordof ,A. J, tt. ...i. . ir .t ir 11 urren x yuH ui me corner ui mam uuu .uuoruo streets; tho. large -wholesale boot, shoe and hat house ofBransford, Goedbar & Co., on Main street, below Monroe: tbe offices and rooms of P. Bf Eee, Esq.. J, B. Barker, Esq., J, J. Wicks, Esq., and tbe 4raZanc7-editor:al rooms, at tho corner 'df Mam and, Madison streets. ' The myriad of lights presented brilliant "appearance from the streets, and werea? ranged with a taste that reflected credit upon the patriotism or tnoso wno prepared tnem. A meeting was held at the Common Law Court at nine o'clock Friday night, by appointment, which was attended by some five or six hundred persons The meeting was addressed by Gen. James E.Cdal- uers, delegate elect from DeSoto county, Miss- to tlie State Convention, after which the following res olutions were unanimously adopted : Whereas, The telegraph has announced the fact fhr.t South Carolina has dissolved the connection heretofore existing between herself, and the Eedcral union, inereiore Risoloed, That wo hail with delight tho action of our gallant Southern sister, and regard it as the ilawn of a glorious day of Southern redemption from Tni.f liiaftt tttiqrtllo 9nil nmirAccinn -' 2. That inasmuch as there are differences of opin ion existing among us as to the right of a State to secede as' a constitutional remedy, that we . waive any expression, believing that all people have a right to resist oppression, and that it is imaterial now 3. That tlie Union is already dissolved, and it only remains lor us to determine whether.we will lamely submit to Black Republicanism, or by uniting with our sister-Southern States aid in forming an inde-J pendent, homogeneous Southern Confederacy. roB ourselves we bo not hesitatb to 'choose toe la iter. After tho meeting adjourned, a procession was formed nnd Col. Gallawax? and a number of other gentlemen were serenaded. v ' Tho News In Charleston From the -ChulesUra JIercarytDec. SliL The events of yesterday will form an epoch in the historr of our city. Never yet has the public enthu siasm, risen to such ah'eight.The news of the, unani mous passage of the Ordinance, spread through the city like wdd tire, iiusiness was immediately suspen ded. The church bells rang out their joyous peals. The artillery salutes -were soon heard thundering from the Citadel. Jtew flags were everywhere thrown to the breeze. Tlie volunteer instinctively donned their uniforms, and were seen hurrying to and fro iabout the streets. Tho Telegraph office was thronged and message after message flashed over the wires, bearing the great tidings to every quarter of the continent. Tho citizens, as is always the case in times of excitement, came in crowds to the Mercurv office to verify tbe rumors which were floating about Within a very few minutes after the announcement of tho vote, pur messengers ar rived from St. Andrews' IlaH with the Ordinance It was put in type "with the greatest celerity,, and in less tnan niteen minuics alter lis passage uur.curas containing tlie lone looked-for Ordinance, were be- in? thrown offbv fast presses and distributed among the eager multitude that thronged Broad street un der the great banner of tlie "southern Confedera cy."' As the brief and expressive words of the Or dinance were read from our Bulletins by the crowd, cheer after cheer went up in honor of the glorious, event We were proud to feel that the first news of the independence oicouin oarjjnna was uorne iu the homes and firesides of ier citizens through the medium of the Charleston Mercury. The demand for our extras was something altogether unexampled in the history of journalism in this city. After nightfall the central portion of this city be came a nerfect blaze of light from the innumerable bonfires and fireworks of every descrption. Many private residences and places of business were bril liantly illuminated among tlie latter w.1s the Mer cury office, in front of which was a largo transpar- ;..r...;i..l Trill, flu. irnrfl; ' viivj iuaLiiuvu ,. ..... ....... w - 1 OooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooooO o o 0 " ONE VOICE AND MILLIONS OK STRONG AMIS TO O O L-TUOLD THE IIOXOKO? SOUTH CAROLINA." O' O o OoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooO The beautiful liberty pole at the head of Hayne street was splendidly illuminated with lanterns. Durinir the evening several of our fine millitary companies, and processions of private citizens, pa raded the streets, accompanied iy nanus 01 music, but in many instances the sounds of the latter were drowned by the stentorian shouts of the jubilant populace. The excitement was kept up during the entire evening, and it was long after midnight be fore the city resumed its wonted quiet, and our ex ultant citizens sought their pillows on -which to take tlieir first rest in the ! rco independent, and sover eign State of South Carolina. The Celebration at Camden, S. C. Sredal Dispatch to the Charleston Courier. Camden, S. C, December 21. The town was bril liantly illuminated to-r.icht in honor of the sove reign State. The bells were rung and cannons fired. A serious accident occurred, caused by the bursting of a cannon. Three men were badly injured, and Mr. John Boswell. had his hand blown off. Mr. Gooding a carpenter, had his hand blown oil and an arm broken. Jlr. wooien, wno surveu wiui uie x-ai- metto regiment in Mexico, was also badly injured. Now Orleans Items. Brecial Dispatch ta the Charleston Courisr. New Orleans. December 21. By a jirivate.lctter received yesterday from Col. Kudler, of AValker's ill-fated expedition, wc have information of hi3 par don bv tile Ilondurcans. The letter is dated Lc- nucitralna. which place ho will soon leave on his rptiivn tn liia home. Tn-rlsv the Southern State Rishts Asspeiation dis- Iila5-ed from its rooms a white nag, bearing a single star and the coat ot arms oi me ciaiu ui uuuiniuna. pmwil of snectators catliered to wit- nn.t, ;nlo-,nr nf tlm niw lianner. and a cood rlpal of enthusiasm was manifested. A band of mu sic was in attendance, and played tbe Marseillaise hvmn with irrcat effect. Speeches were made bv Gen. Mell, Mr. Xixon, of the Vrtscem, .nr. l,pi-oj', oi tne uzua, aim uureu m firnr nf immprliate secession with South Carolina. A bust of Calhoun, decorated with a secession badge, was displayed to the admiring gae of the vast as semblage. At this point the enthusiasm of the pop ulace knew no bounds, but became of the wildest and most thrilline character, balutes were nreu oy tin nrillpri- rnmnaips in everv district of the city. Col. My res, a Quartermaster in the United States Army. attlusf.tation,R2Signcu nis corauiissiuii .j Maior Andcraon's Orders our ucicnaiiuii, .Etc. SDedal Dispitchto the Charleston Courier. Washington-, Dec? 22. Major Andersoi.'s .orders are to surrender to the constituted authorities of South Carolina but not to irresponsible partiesin case Uie fort should be attacked. The rpiuaiuinj; uiciii- hir nf Hip Sniitli fTniTilina Ilelemitiorr- paid the President ft visit to day. and took Ieaveiifhim in the most cordial and friend I v manner. On Monday Gen. McQueen will lead ofT in the of the Delegation, jp a speech announcing the passage of tlie Ordinance of r-ecession by the State ofsouttt Liaronnm buuuiu iiiu Allegation m Uie meantime receive omuim uuuuw tinn fmm r!nmni. piptpn of the fact. It is a sin gular circumstance that neither Mr Boyce nor MrJ itnnlmm linH rr..,;vil nnv rjositivc information the passage of the Ordinance cf. Secession ly the Ctn vontinn f Qi-inlli fT-imlinatill late last niuht. Tiie Ordinance was telepraplied m tun to ine President, who received it at seven o clock, llie Pmci.lonr nromonitrlpil Pennsylvania avenue tins evening and attracted the j;aze of thousands, owing tit lnf lArtSitlfiri -fit .thia critical juncture of allairs- A semi-official editorial published in Lixcoi.vs or ganyesteidar, and teiegrapueu Jieie irum iiub,; saj-s that Soutl CaroliRa cannot dissolvo the Union. It further fcaya'tliat she cannot, pet out of ths Lnion unless she conquers tlie tjOYflroment; tjiat Mr. bv- ciiANAS s Administration may sarin ironi 41c 1:1(11- gency now, but that Mr, Llvoolv Wl perjorm fue duty in case.South Cai-oljnr shall conjinit Rn overt or Vnnrr.,1 lottprs. Dumortinir to bo from the hand of "e- 1 Mr. Itiirlinnon. anncareu in uicereatjournaia vuwi- dav. but tbe President repudiates them all. The Re- pilullCAns, generally, ul-huuiil-u uic ri'swrauuiiwi iiiu old comn'romisc lino to the Pacific. On Monday, Senator Clarke, (Kepublican.) has determined to nwsn tn n. votathe resolution callin? for information in l-eard to the orders sent to Col. Anderson. Mr" llamlin left for home to-daj . He will not re Iintil tbe inauguration of tbe President. The. radical Republicans are endeavoring to prevent a quorum in Congress on Monday. Tlie South Caro lina: delegation will not leave, in consequence of this mnTft on the nart of the Republicans. Mr. Trescott bade farewell to all the .clerks in the State Depart ment to-day. Ho leaves with the Soutli Carolina delegation. Spectacles Lost. 05E day last week a pairoruoid framed t-pecueies, siidirc Umpies Kofrlassfor ths left eye. Tbe ader will be rewarded by letarniog them to ne. tlecj-iT TU0S LBRASSF0RD. Old Corn, ' A iP SAOK8jBl4.CcreiU sacks Kew.eneonsisgraent, W WATTS ic OO, jdetS5- 51 College Itrttt, near Broad, Giddings ea Lincoln 7j Jte,WP election, Thomas Ewing, of Oliioi Lan old What who suPDortcd Mr. Lincoln, made a ech behalf Yi appears tin ? , 7. . T : . V Tf. t i L . , uiaimu speecuwas tiih some.degrjco conservative, and counseled mode- IVfttinnon th( ttarttttf thn RpnnhHrAtist. Aftor. fhn-i . z 1 " , . . 1- ...... Tfiicciion.Joanua iiioamga, wno served long in uon- UrC8 -.ith Ewfng. ronlied to the tneech in i htngthy letter, which appeared in tho Ashtabula lollowing extracts : icothe became satisfied that Mr. Lincoln would be elected tho-whole speech, also, showing-it w.umotunda.ta. promote 1113 election, out guide ms action and tuo actlorLOt his administration! .alter. 110 should, como into p'ojver. 'IVas-atso aware that bthcrgentlemen,: wjiu uuic uuiiuu vviiii us, pruuiiuiy xvv amiuur rcasoos.aret . endeavoring. ta bring -rinflaences, to" bear upon the -President elect, taatwould lead him to ' disVegaM 'thtj' doctrine on which h& has been elected, in order to re-establish, the old it uig pariy, anu. uc guiuea oj tau counsels 01 man 1 - r" . '1 , , . 1 . -j - 1 I WUU UMC 1U11 KlllUC uecxi tVClUll IU L11U uai&uuu and been found wanting. For this, purpose -we are informed'by the public press, that a member of one of the past Executive Cabinets (Thomas CorW&Kj visited jir.Liincoin ueiorene was elected, andtiicn assured his friends at Washington that the incom--ing Executive -would endorse tho fugitive slave law which the people of the free States hold in contempt Republicans who have labored' for ten, fifteen, or twenty years, spent their fortunes to' establish tho principles of that party, and -have given existence, power and -ten.ergy w me organization that lias elected Mr Lincoln, quietly confide In the pledge hi lias given the arahtryto support Uieptatform on which all have agreed to stand. Those doctrines are clear lv expressed and well understood, and it-were an in sult to'sk'hiui to violate them., . No Jionorabld man would do it There is but one real issuerbctweetfihe Republi can party and, those factions .who stand opposed to it .That istae giiwfion. of slavery. , Thereis really no other usup formed. The Republicans are pledged to exert the constitutional powers- of Oovermnentin. favor of liberty against oppression 'andsIawnH wher- ever iLiiuju3 uuiusivi; junsaicnonjajid y iacy exert mono jjfjiccrs w ausmui .siuvery or ine siava trans, fit any time or in anyplace, they will bring; upon them selves the same 'displeasure of the; people that .the Whig; the Demfccratic add the Bell-Everett parties have brought upon their organizations." Mr. Giddings -scouts the idea that-' anything tike pldWhig principles are to prevail under the KepuK lican'amimstratToriTIns Ha underwrites .that -ALr. Lincoln, will be trua.to-. iinti-slaverv orihcfbles V : ' . . ' Republicans holdwith the Fathc'rs that govern ments are instituted to secure tf.e enjoyment of fife andfliberty. That the murder or enslavement f the humblest of the human family is not merely uniust but criminal. -That allcnactmrsjtsof Congress au- tuonzing or proposing 10 auiuonzc kope ao noid auoUien-iniondage, to flog him, rob him 0 fiw labor, his wife, his children, his intelligence, his manhood. are not only despotic, but barbarous, and indirect violation of that clause in our Federal Constitution which declares that ,c no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property, without due .process pf Jaw;.; ','.,that,is; without .trial before a" 'cb'urf 6f'competent "jtirisaiction' "by a 'jury bf "Ids peers. ''For thcjestablishtnent and .maintenance of these ' "VieWa" Iliaifa labored long land steaUHy. You havc labored long and just as steadily to oppose them.- We havo lived to sfid an overwhelming expression" or the American people in tlieir favor. They elected a President pledged to their support. lPWiere-. Ideeni that jxedge! jieYwe he jvilL" , . Flour. "I fhffc ( BBLS"Extr and Extra Family, on coMlpiment. Ji wfF ora oy W WATTS, t CO. dec25-tf 51 College street, near Broad. FOU SOUTHLAND, PADCCAII and CAIUO. nnnE regular St. touii, ilemphlt and Louhtille 3 connecting paccei may uuic, uaTUJUas ter. will depart for the above and intermediate land lnesiTni 3 DAY, the -Jjth inst , at il2 o'clock, 31. For ireignt or passaze apply on board or to A. L. DAVIS. 11. II. JIABIU30X, Agenta. For'Bcnt. TTtOIttr.e ensuing year, the business house cow occur-ied by - juessrs. uajiesi uo , no. a, aou-.n aitriet street. Ap ply lO J. LUAUUtn cc uu., decSS-lw No 11 South Market street. Union and Ameiican ccpy and charge this of2ce. Gazette. Benefit of the Poor. mEV. JESSE B FERQCSOy. wlll-dellTer an address In this citr on the powers of the mind, in Oxi basement of the First l'resbyterlan unurch, on next Thursday night, tbe LTth inst , lor uenencni or ine poor ot tno city, commencing at oclo:t j TicksU fifty cents. dec2J-3t Holiday Sales of Clothing. -RTB TS have a larg;tock of Clothing, which we will rell a1 VW private stle, at pr.ces to meet the times. : decSJ-tf, . A. BESJ. F. aUIELDS k COi IIousc-lAccper (V anted, i A GOOD hou;e-keeptr, competent to take charge of a large reaaie ucaraing scnooi, can una a no. isitaation by ap. p ymg ior lniormaiion at iius ocice aec.--ulw A Large Invoice of Ready-Made Clothing at Auclion. ItKflj; F. SHIELDS' :i CO., ff sriLL sell this eveninr.Dectmbir 2id, at early gas-light 4 V fine assortment of Philadelphia ready-made Clothing. ccnsistlsg of Hearer, Lion Ekln, Peter Sham, Sable and B.sck Cloth Orer Coats. Businesi ana Frock Coats, Moleskin da; uasnmere ranu, assortea styles ana quantities; Veliet, Cash mere, Valencia and Fmey Vests These goods have jtsst arrlv ea ana now opening, anu win ne sill witnotit reserve for cash. i-.auiKi.ua n co , dec22-lt Central Aaction Room, 27jCHege' street. Holiday Presents! F.r.KR.tNi' iitn APPRftPifiiim!! - t IIAND80HK tet of of Fltrisa s very anDroprlatenres l ent to a Laiy. Vou can get a choice article by calling eariy ai naierneiaana tvauter-s. at pnetsio sail tne tunes WATKRFIELD & WALKER. 13 .its for the Holidays ! . The finest silk Uats In the city, at . WATERFIELD & TVALKR'3. The best Cassimere II its, at WATERFIKLD & WALKKR'3. Tbe flneit Soft Hats, at WATKRF1ELD & WALTER' Tbe newest styles ct Caps, at WATEBFIELD ft WALKERS, dec22-tf SO Public Square. FIbiir. ' 350 decSl CBLS. Estra and Extra Family, to arrive j.er Bail- roaJ. For sale on consignment by W. WATTS & C0.. No. 51 College slreet.'near-Broad. It College Street, TTTAVE in store In largo assortment of elrgantl7 bound and Illustiatad Books, for the Christmas and tlu teir Year. uontisting or , ( - Fine Annuals, : r.' , ' , t 1 Fine Editions of the JPoems, ' Fine AlbunJs, . Porlifolios, etc., etc." elegant giftiiooks, t Prayer1 Books, - ti - i --- Sibles,-- . . - . i ..-. i. , ' Hymn nooks, in Calf and Morocco Bindings, Papier .tlnchc, Hose wood an a llahojany Work Boxes and Al'ritlns Desks. A complete assortmsnt of Juveniles Books, in various styles 1 TH-.lt ' F. IIAQAN fc CO, Jec2I-tf 1 College street. Hem oval. DR. R. D. CONLEYhu moved his office to No. SI, KorU) Summer, at whl:h i.'ace those desirinz his services can find mm. cec-1-ax'r Tucadny's 2fc frlday TT. Passcnircr sieainers. FOIt CAIRO, MEM MIS AND fST. A.OTTIS. JIIIR splendid, swift, commodious, side wheel Tiiomfson, will leave Nashville every Tuesday ands5js Friday at 1:13 o'clock P M., on the arrival of the Nashvillond iooi,vtnecars. A HAMILTON, . dec30-fltn JL H. HARRISON. Ag'is. SEASON'S ARKAUp E J12, E H T ' ' FOR- 8CO-01. Mm 1 Cincinnati and nasliville Pioneer rCIHH follewlng boats comprise a regular line, and will re-' m lamu iiaaDcnujr iu me irauc ustide uic cdiuo bcsi.ui acd In all cases snippers may rely on tbe punctual departure Of tnese boats as adrertisea:- Steamer "NASHVILLE P. K. BascLiv. Master, Steamer GLEMWOOD J. A. Fkiziix, Ussier, Steamer 1IKLR03E Wm. MtrriLri, Master. Steamer CLIPPRB S. J. Br.cca, Master. r 1I.-U. HARRISON decgO-Cm A. HAMILTON. Agents. Corn. - f(f SACKS in store and to arrfte.forsaleon consign- I Jrt mentby W-WATTS tt CO.. ilecSO No. 51 College street, near Broad. MARSHAL'S KOTBCE. "ST. P31I ITU and others vs steambo at James Woods. Libel In mi rem. By virtue of a warrant issued from tbe District Court of the United 8tates In and for the District of Middle Tennessee, snd order of the court iu the abo re named cause, I. Jesse u Clem- ents.Marshal of the said District, do hereby make publication, as required by said order, and cite all persons In general, who hare or pretend to bare, any rtgni, title or interest in ine said steam boat James Woods, her boats, machinery, apparel, tackle snd furniture, to appear .before Jhe Judge of tie, said District Court,i at the court-room In tbe ctpitol at Nashville; on the tut Mon day in January next, if It be a court day, else on tbe 'court day following, as ten o clock In tbe forenoon, there to anssrer the libellants in causes of contiactclric and maritime, and further 10 ao ana receiTC in mis ocnau. &s 10 justice suau appcrwin. xnisouaaj or neceaoeri lruu. Ewing & Cooper, Prosecuters. J B CLKMKN3, 17 S.Marshol for the MUdle Diit. of Tenn Sale of Steamboat. BTTirtue of an order of sale from the District Court of the rrnir.d KisresiEAasnTiue. in me case or j it t- pmun anu oui- ers rs steamboat James Woods, I will on the ISth day of Janua- rr 1SC0. on board of said steamboas at the city whaif, proceed to Mil at public vendue, the said steamboat, ner boats, mnchiiie ry, apparel, uclleapa urniture, 10 me mne?i oiauer. ine nurensser will ue reuuircu iv uiicc uijuauq uuiiiua iu du and to give notes with gool security, psvaMe in bank,' for' tne reSlQUe OI U15 pu,-ci(.aw muw) , in iu..iutpuuM iu twelve, eighteen, twenty feurand thlr y months frgnj the uarot saio. imiumiuuiitwii Ewing Cooper, rrosecuiora. , . J B CLEMENTS. TJ. S. Mbarshal dec?-td tor tbe Mid He Dist. of Tenn. Apples aal Potatoes. 75? BARRELS Nestanock rotatoa; 33 Pink Xre do: 40 Apples, very fine. Received this day and for sale by IlUU('rjUCGKEA & CO. novl. . -Vliolcsale Grocers, FOIUVARMXG & COMMISSION MERCHANTS Cpr. Market and Church Streets, fcb3-dtf NASIIy IliLE, XENIi , 1. 1. Lvua, ra i crrpaixes. SEAVE DEAEERS, - , -r . t . -No. 33 Cedar street,, NiubyUle, Tcnn. ., " Sir : 1 have read your speech delivered at Chil- withjjlplccst. That. interest WascsiSitir ihl circumstance that it was made, after Vou .for lj'KTILL,atlltoes,buy .Negroes' suitable fijrxhe New'or I" . ' vV, i"as Markets: We Invite all irsons who have'Megroej r 11 to clve ui a call.. . i lylzf A. Cheatham? & Bp., RTEpEfOl 4 1 k w .i.ii KAS1IVJL A LWAYSkeeui wdlmlecteJ lock 0 Hoc rodJsInDsllln- t 3ltJuiiinJjn2riei8lgJ2i7 1 ai , . tr,,r. . w 1 'fill 'Ot'OldVlziUzei and well Mtabliihed Bnndi. Am6ejt Ucbie' fyt.'in j - ? -- ..j.i . - -t .r, . ,ii Mnebia rtSaxofac' Coirnac; ' Vallantiir" CogTiac tr. " ,1 , Ol London IJoci Cognac. ToirhlcBVe-ironlil allthe mrtiealu- attaotlou at wiabUiuun tsd'taote whavaat pnra article of Unadv for Budlcal par- et. Oar brandi of Champagne are very eboles ted treu mown : . Uadtme.TTe.fll .ot Ponserdln- .,' The tlenslce "lleldeieei it Co. , tt- Tke Cetebrated; "Pa!m." i, ' Oieiler & Co." OcldLihel anJlirUte. " Prlaee InperieI,"andeeTeraIetben Onr Mierrie and ItXadairU's ire tinMMDtlbniMe In qailUr and flavor. We have " Barmeny,1' 'lJttf. Gordon. Gold," Jim Tablt Sherry, Etavn ami Goldex SAerrg, tn StarSAerry, td. , f e : , we Mwajrj keep a large hock or rare itootrpon uovniy ,. w-iiis33:Vi J;. line Old Lourbon, and IrUh TFAttiUti iPure. Holland Gin, Scotdtand XoslisliAle:Laadoa?rWaailcritaaei'cel el lttl extra Dublin Brown Stent. , . Uar patron hays Two Hamlred JhoatindClgurs toaeleet from from tt cheap Qaraan and. 41nt.claai Domestle jto the vtry ohoist IIxtxbu- Oar stock- ot t . . . t TOBACCOS. . tt verTf jUntfrcanif cannot be excelled !nanalttr' tfecaa givetery g"8-. luuuccmccii iu but: inua iaiuisrucip, u made aacharrangemenU that we porctuue. froa the tnannfactnJ rer direcLand so aroM the eltra comainlo'n chanced by the Bali Umore market. Onr fine Pancati, Evugi and Rtady aad, Flat, r la; xobaccoa are roni tna ceit manwacicren m y irmia. n c Ataonssc oar nijcellaceoai article! we wonld callattenlioa to a good eelectloa of One Gunpowdcrt Imperial and - - - - J , , -,r' Yoqnff'ilyipn TeTa, Oofocgind Powcbens Teai; Pieties, Preaerveit Ojteri,' Emok. ir7 To mil cf which, we would call theeiseeUl attcattoi and Invite the Impaction of the trade, and aiaore teem ne cin 'offer many inducements not to be found eliewhere. 4anS-tf ABOaSB 0I1KATIIAM BUOTnER. AND SAVE. YOURSELVES LOSS BY FIltEl FKOJKI ; IFNQT. INSURED, APPLY AT ON;C TO jSTix is 2a c&3 "BS. tx x l-. . i 3 Inamrunco Aenlii, Decl8-tt NO. 25, COLLEGE STREET. i aTnTKluYestildcurentlre Stock.of Oroterles. Llquoraite., y y' to Messrs. Jojr.t & fre'iocr, and 'tatei pleasure In re cosmending them to our Friends', and the Cuito-ners of thi late firm of Grishara ft Uifiaker, as merchanis vho are In every way worthy of their confidence and support. -...-- - i . ' '-j..H AF FAKER' BUOT0ERS. .SashtlUe.Dec. 17, 18S0. i - ' r -'WIlbLjLBGROGESS , asp palLisa l k iac6llSf . PKODVCVi AW TOB-iqCOf "Si, 38, karkrt Street, HaasaTlllCf.i- - - - - - i -.Tenneiisco. - deel3-f - " Janincr Laivh. account of the removal o( Mr. John "Loral Jen torlewOr jr. leans-we now offer for reot bis late residence, Jonloer Lawn, situated on South Cherry s'reet; The house is of the ap- nroved etyle. two stories above the basement, fnrnlsaea wttn ererv desirable convenience, beautifully located, commanding a nnre and braMnir atmosphere Frcntinz the house is a lawn. Of ' I I "about tiro acres, wel rrt in blue grass, iruii ana lorrett tres. Also, s iauuit rciiucacc. on xaicr sire:., m aukcciu. mu- talolng eight rooms, stable, cistern; fee, with-about two acres cf land, containing many fruit and forreit trees. For terms, apply I, to -OLA8UUUK. d: JiEV3U,or J LUM3DCH ec CO , dec20-lr Ho. 11. South Market street. . For Kent. A LIEGE and commodious house, with tbe. convenience o i. water, gas, servants room Ac, situated on the corner o Church aad Spruce streets, will be rented for the -ensuing year. For terms Ac, apply at D Uuophrey's, Ko. 22. Public Square to decl9-dlt 1 0 NICHOLSON. CHEAP HOUSES. Small Country Koidonce lor sale Price to Salt tbe Times. fSAWO small tenements, with 8 r 10 acres of land with each .i.m i.L'Tntl.. fpcmthACltT.fieir the Gallatin Pike. We hare just sold residence to a good settler, and -prefer! selling me remainder at reacceu prices, w.reanns uu appu u j j. at-1. it a n , declO-t led -H Cherry Street. 33e2aoLOirille c3 Co t-tb-touLD" Inrite' the attention of "the piblie to their large W Stock of fresh OiruRS. Plctlicincs, :ind Fancy Goods. , , . also , spicks, . . . FliAVOUKINGJUXT'S, AVI MiS, und JlItANDICS, for Cooklnir purnoses. Also, a large 1st of finaJJlaci and Imported Teas, and a large lot of " TOBACCO & CIO ACS, t which we are cff:ring en the most ressonable terms. deeilMltl For SScut. fj HEdwelling hocse now occupied by Gov. II. S Foote, -i I on Vine street, between Church and Union streets,! l.tor particulars tnqoireorit J naiton.it atansttuo., aecu-tr - I "jTTlP.EJa Meal nnd Stock Feed, just reeeired per' stealer !(' Poland. A fresh sonnlr b .-Ti,7. .7 BENJ f SUIELBS & CO. PETEKSOIV'S MAGAZlIVll. OKTEnSOS'S t ABIES NATIONAL 1HAOA- J. - ZliVIi for January, beginning a new .volume. Subscrip tions received ana single cumbers told by QREEX b. CO.; . i ; 5 , ,. . No. Oi Union Street. 5" ' ' it "iGoid .Pens.. , A splendid assortment of Cold Fxjs, just reeeired from the .Manufacturers, y . , . . , ui;bk ;u.. decll ' I No. 0, Union Street. JO. 'EDWARDS.' " P. R. HARRIS, E. r. EDWARDS. 9 HARRIS & CO .Successors to Edwards, Gilkcraon & Cp.,- . Wholesale Grocers, Flonvardjug apd Commission Merchants, DUixas III Urandlcs, Wines, Tobacco, Ciffnrs, die. COUK&i: COLLEGE AKD COZIBCITJSTSSS7S. Nnslxvllle, ; Tenn. r rE ARE IN RECEIPT OF A LAROB AND WELL- selected stock of urocerles. Tobaccos, Liquors tc com prised In part as follows, ta which we respectfully invite the at tention of the Trade. StrCAK, ItlOr.ASSES AND SYIttlP. 7a hlils" Louisiana Sugar; 4 SObMs Loveriog's powdered 11. r. 1 t a ..... . 50 bbl Coffee " SOboxesD K Loaf-Sacar; lOObbls Clantatlon Molasses; 5U half bblslieflned Molwes;,.- 100 half Mils Plantation Jdo-oQpaekag i.iSULonls Golden lasses; ey SObbls Refined lolasses; iOrks Sew Orlears Golden SO bbls Loveriog's DUChrnsh- Ej-rupf . ' edjugar; COFFEE. 109 bags Baltimore '.Uo Coffee; JO bags Old Gol. Java Coffee; lUObags Xew Orleans Rio Cot- lgs Lsgslra Coffee; reej WHISHT lOObbls KectiSed Whisky; SQ ttili Robertson county Wh'fs 1110 " Tenn. nite " sey. J(X " Ky DD " SObbls, Smith's 0d Reserve lt'O packages Old Rye WMiwr Wft skey; 2puncneonsoi4nsaana otpa "msifr, IIRANDIE8. WINBSt &c. -10 quarter casks A Jelgcette's 10csks Madeira Wine; Drandy; 10 "' pale gherry Wine; inn..t..-a.V.niriY. rtnn.v25 ' Hid Pnrt'. 4 Co's Brandy: 1 " Sweet Malaga WlneL io or casks r.ocneiio uraniiy; iu i;ry 10 qr " Uoited Proprietor's 30 pks Ginger TJTlne; Jiranay: w onsiets vnainagne: 100 pks American Brandy; 25 bxes Claret: 1M "Ginger- - SS pks 1 emon Cordial; SO ." Cherry . " 25 ",liot, " S " Blackberry r 50 boxes bitters; - 23 "Raspberry IS pks Holland Gin; loeasksBum; l is TOOACCO AND cicAitsr. 3IK) boxes Virginia Tobacco varloua brands . ' L , 500 V .Kentucky k . , " 35 kegs A J Smith's Pancake Tobacco; I. - 50.C00 Snoeridr Havana Cirars rarions Brands: Jlii,IM '''Il OermsB " . 1' f ' 1 au,buu -it domestic . ' ,. ,,' CAN DEES AND SOAIN, , '.i 400 boxes 'Star Candles; SO boxes stesrlneJCandles, 2U0 hlf " " " 5u " Tallow.-. 150 qr" " " 150 boxes Soap various kinds FliOUR. 100 bbls extra Tamily Flour; 1C0J". " Superfine" 100 bags Pennsylvania Buckwheat Flour. , . SUNDRIES. 1C00 sacks fine and coarse Salt, 100 dozen Buckets; soo Nils Kanawita fait: SO nest Tubs;; s 1000 kegs Nails and Spikes: SS tacks S S Almonds: 50bb!sPecacsand Filberts; 10 bbls English Walnuts; 100 dozen Brooms; 100 dusen Zino Wash Boards; 509 reams Wrapping Paper; 50 bags Pepper;. 2j Allspice: 50 bxs Qronni Mustard; 50 " Fire Crackers; SObbls a'-ler Vinegar; SDbbUXX Ale; SOU boxes Glass Ware: . 50J Reels Cotlon Rope; 100 casks Soda;' 1000 pounds Bar Lead; sua bsgsssot, assorted sues; I'm doien f resh core oysters; 'Ji cases sardines, , and i boxes: 50 bn Lemon Stron: -150 pits Raisins: 00 " 31ackrel: ictjesu urees and mack Teas: . With a variety pf ottsr articles. decl2-tf iSDWARDS. llAltRIH CQ. ' - - -' n wgaa: - j n4 Situation Wanted. ntnK nndeislzned is desirous of obtalninr a situation as I Teacher of Drau lnr In an Academy, or any where else. ii win send specimens of bis skill In, ami style or, drawing, on application of any vtsbln,T to'exsmlne the same. Addreis GEORGE KERB, Care of Rev II Ergers, Box 105, decll-CO-dSt Nashrilli, Tenn, Fire Crackers. 300 BOXES Fire Crackers just received and for uie by il uuu ucuuka a co.. - deeu-ti o e.13 and I a. Market street. Wanted. A SITUATION ss teacher, by a young-man who Is qualified tlateacb.'ln adlition to the Common Inglsh Branches, Lxtln. Qreek. and the Hlsher MathemaUcs : and who has added to hij otter qualifications, that of three years experience. Sat Isfaetorr rtjtimmendallonsfBrnished. Address, loan Care of TJI Patterson, Hsq., r ' W..l,.tll. T., :dfc9-w2a.. .Maahrtllc.'Tcnny XneXo"vJ3aiiy,,npyaXd,-rilvedkvsryr a m-n-' : i .fflS 'Hi&'m.S J I I j? Ms - iW VI'GWAIVI TO CI . -! i -v.- THEiE delldoui and br-famel Bitten are r(commened by the ?&ff rtyictana of Jit country, oa aeeonntof their . PIiaiTyANpflUEATlIKDICli?AI,VIEXCE. TTieTBrerleafintaihrctartotlietaite.asd ara anmn the best Tonic aad Stlmalant ever off. ed lo me pnouc, l-feeir ccratlra nowerl in cava of fluoric IT AT. Tiwnrr.Tr 1033 Ol1 APPETITEi COSSTIPATIOX, etc ,are Bnparalleled, and ai a guarantee that we fetl warranted In claiming what we .do, we bag lea re to Itate that our ujertiocj are endorsed by Prof. KILIHIAN, of 'nle College. Prof. II A YliS. of Olaiiicacbmqit, and hupdredi ef othen. Forulety Droeen,-nine aleicbanti, aad Drnralilairenrrally. Principal Depot, US, Walter ilmt Sew York, ded-ly . Coucprt and Lectures. PKOV. EiVl'of1 Shelby College; Profi. ilCSCTTVEB EBandBECKEEanaannmcer ot Auateur Slnms will give four Ccncerti. with Lectnrej on Chemiitry. The latter by Prer. Krai. . , The tint Ccncert to take place at CHS, Fellow's TTllt, on the 7th of December. These concerts are for the beneSt ot tie Ger man Erangilleal Lntheran CtncrrratWn of C!"Clty. Price of a ticket for the four-Entertainments JVM. : For one Concert only 50 genu. ' , IO TlcketsforsalsattheInetcacdBsok Stores. - nori-tl t. ''''lit JOYS & PIREWORK? t!- , fyrJiolcsaI,e and Retail, f COUNTKY ilerchanU and all oUicra'deiIrlg"anjafn tnifa above line, will find thi best aasorUient In .the city, at . Jj 1 . ! ; , , " , , . LHCK'8, deM-tf , U Union 8treet. Dlssecttnpr.Instirnracnts l LAROB: STOCK of :WiectlngiInstrament, manafactured jfS.. eyxieman,o(newYorK,ustreeeisedanit forsaleby GCil I -II ;IIAINS, BROWN t 0 EOnCLl, SOUTH CAROLINA AND iloney taken in payment ef debit due as,' cr for lUitpjriar AT- P Alt,. Bank of 1 SHOT vaos sr tux Manhattaa Fire Aims Manrtfoctaiag Co., NEW YOBK. 'Weighs 10 ounces ; loaded ia half this time, and shoots Trifh double the force of other kinds. Tho charges may remain in tho Pistol for years with out injury -"or bo -withdrawn -without danger.. Tho workmanship is superior, and tho pries moderate. For Sale Ly EAST. TANXEER t CO. Market Street. decJ-t-Janl.lSl Magrazines for December. NO.,0 UNION STEEET, GODEX'S LADT'S BOOK for December. PETEIISON'S JLADIES' STATION A 1 MAGA ZlNE,ifoVIJeceiabiJr I EESEIK'S TfEW FAHIILY iltlAGAZIXE for lpecembsr.- BabserlptiJn i receirel and single cumbers sold at Publisher's prices, by ORXEX & CO., , , ' . . Aiectsfqrall Periodicals, covM tl No. 6, Union Street. jOBN-miuiz. '' 'BtoKoa a. laanroRn.' iivuo' i(. iasr TItilTIBLE, BLtADFOKD '3c EAST, Attorneys at law end' solicitors .in Chancery, WILL practice In ail the Courts al Xashsille and surround lns;eountle. " " OlflcoTvo 37vC'dar Strcet,aabTllIe,Teian nor23 2m , Sale of Land. -John E. Williams and others . tv Jesse L. Epeer and others. T N PURSUANCE of decrees of the County Coartjif DaTidson 1 countv. rendered in the abose cause, I shall offer for sale at tbe Court House in Nashville, on Saturday, the 2ai day ef De camber next, Of not previously sold at private sale) a tract of land containing 169i acres, situated in DaridS3n county, about j six miles from Nashville, la civil district No. 19, between tbe Gallatin Turnpike and the Lbuiirllle or Dic&sjn pike, and within about one mile of Madison depot on the L. ac N. R. R. About one third of this tractis wocd land, the balance is cleared and In cultivation, and the whole place is well supplied with water, ani wen set in grass. Ixms 2U0 will be required in cash, and the balsnee on a credit of one, tiro and three jears, with Interest from date, and a uen retainea nnin paia ior. r. a. vukahiaji. noKi atas Clerk. SAUG OF LO l S. WD. ROBINSON, Admiclitrstorvs.Angelieeauyetal. .Inperitranreor a decree ot thoCotrctr Crurtof David- soaceuntr rendered in the above ciuse at the November term. 1600,1 shall Offer for rale at the coort-honse in Hasarille, on eaturaay,V3Uirr uecemper next the fallowing Iota or grounds One hundred feet on the corner pf Clay street and the Baena Vista pike telnglotaKo. 23 and No. 24 of the Buen Vista plan of lots fronting each SO feet on the Buena Vista vike. ruining back 173 feet tn an alley. Also, a small lot or ground on tbe Wh.trs Creek pike, near tbe first toll gate, being the remainder of the lot oirnH by James Uuy, deceased, after lay ng off the widow's dower. This property Is add for pajraentof debts against the estate, and Is not subject to re lempt on. Terms : Sol) will be require! in cash, and the balance on a credit of 0, 12, and 13 months with Interest, notes with security rcquircu aou & lieu rciainea. JT. li. UIEATUAU, .jiov-29 tfiOUdtd . .. Clerk and Master. o:n. cgowg si jj n aorta. HOOPER MIZELL J ? WISOI.ESALE GROCERS, FORWaRDISO AND Commission Mercfiants, -.r -. , - AKD.D3ALKRS Foreign and Domestic Liquors, To bacco, Cigars, SiiutTs, Ac, 9 IVo.'s 6 and 8" Market Street, NASHVILLE, T E N N E S 8 E'B . Jac20 TTopcs zxzxcl Poors ! 3 ou I.SQEN I.fHOm THE X.IFE OF A SPinsTEU BY b AtnnoR OP aaielroIK', itt. " iearl'ai Ease,' etc. ia JZ&TiRXCSirED AND FOR SALS 1 ' F. IIACAtfi, CO., deci-tf Xashrille Tennessee. Foi Bent. I with to Rjent for the ensuing year, ay Residence, a first elau brick home containing 9 rooms besides hal)s he, and ontbulldiBgi: on the alonreesboro Road 2f miles from the city, with SO acres of cleared land attached. A 11 PORD. decI3-dtf PATTl'S MUSIC , JTATIKG aiioclsted with me Mr. EuJan k 81 Mokvm and Prof Diascnxii. 7isTOfi.I am prepared to attena ta an cruers lor itiiung and Bevalrina Piancs.Melodeons.andall kinds of Musical Instruments. With promptness and sneh excellence as will glrcperfect aatiifactlon. Those In want ct Violins and Guitars, can now hare the'asslstaoce of Prof. FutTorln their ss'ectisn. A large Stock of Strlawai's and A. U. Gale A Ca.'a Plaros en hand, sold at New York prices reparoles of Jrelgbt, Ac. 1 hare at a large nnaberof 7 and Qii Octare PUf 0 for Rent It parcbated within one year, tb f'rA applledas .part payment. .-'." 1' Vnr thi.l.fc Pi.rn.. A . Mill aft th. r.r r.kll.tf rn.!. Store', No. 33 Union ttreet. JAa. A. M'CLURE. novtig tf Fresh Ilomlnj, A VERY superior article, Jnj: rect'treJ per railroad, anl 7L I sale It the barrel onlr. by octlT r mtSJ, T. SHIELDS tc CO. N F.W TOITIC XIEICAED on4 EOUISVIELE JO URN A L received daily , by noygtf CZZZH fcCO .Great Sacrifice or Furnishina: Rootle, . ASO A1TEB. DECPEB lojll, FOR TUIRTT DATS" ' J1I. MeflILL wlllt wlltls large Stock of Goods at cost fo.. , casa-. The celebroVd. a-arie ioae auiris Cost 12 perdosen. Former price $15 'Shoulder Scam Sblrfs. Ccat 1 15 per dosenV Former price $18 Soatonable! Jleriuo Shirt;, Cost 05-eeoti. Forcer Prtoa an uq it 1 115 3 to' A Ana asserL-ntnt ot Shlst BaiOms Heavy .DBAWERS to tn.frh thm fthnve Shirts . . . Ths same reduction will be nade on Half Hose, Gloves, Scarfs' and Ties, Stocks, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders and all artielja fsanllna gentleman's furnishing Store. We offer also onr r,n- srtlolM at the suns rats. Combs, Brushes, Pcckst Books. -I...!., Piu.: D.raLocs. ChsssXeo. Ac. Ac. ' T- TT tfJITTT Ko.23. CherTy'stref, one door from Union street. Hurrah ior the Holidays. A S Christmas Is near at band, it la onen a question, wnai is f the most acceptable present to maka to our friends? To ih .who bire-nof decided, we would recommend to go at once and procure one of Hughes' inimitable style or picture a Photo graph e Portrait, Melsinotjpe.or Ivorytype. Dent delay. K. B. Ten Anagraph Photographs for S L declO tf Insolvent Notice. PURSE AST tn an order made -on me by "the Clerk or the Oountr Court ef Weakley county, Tean , I hereby notlfr all persons baring claims against tbe estate of Pemet'a Thoms seo, ileeeaMd, to file them with said Clerk on or before the 23th day of January 'next, for adjudication and pro rata distribution, said estate being insolvent, and that being' appointed by said Clerk to aljcdkate the clalxj vs. the same. October Slit, JBS3 mi . - - - r is.usb.i Aununisiraur.. ' Nor. '' ' ' of sslrj jSsfAtir 11, !.,( -' -- J yT ' V y1s -a I- - rt i-. ts i ,T I AH CIt Bank of Tennessee. -viHrni Y31JTJEW 81! WI1VG MACHINES t IM'OR.TrATIO.VFOli rilOSK UE-M1COI .s r --.n -'-' tea- WHY ttf ' Wirt wtv. - Mi "i. kC t t'jt 4wu VwnllvjMjMe'wlatr. 3tMrilii -urwtiHalns A -t- ' 'm. i'ins) .i --, ? . tv LEPlTBEXDUltJlltAIt&l r . is. , f v a jtt as - it.,Uy nn-.tlsc SevViHrjainchines iu ne' ""I v- . . tbore nre but tbreeklnasTof'stitcbcsi ruado t. TbeOrover t Koker HUtcls. '2nd. Ttfc ruuttlo Stltcb. 3rd;:XlicSlaffle Abroad, orrCSinin t;tcb The Orcrer A Baker stitch is the only patented stltch.anl t strictly adapted to family Use.' The stitch la doable, casno be ripped. Th machine maktngthls stitch, sews from tw com mon spoils satazno shuttle, requiring no thread to be re-spooled, and finishes Its own werk. it is the most simple, less liable to drangemen(,and cctt easy to leam Knd operate of any In sue, possessing a greater range ot capacity for family purposes, than my ether other or perhaps all other kinds. inl. The Shuttle Stitch. ThIistiUhliDs4eby,tbefslIawlng.lUt of mxti ntsi I.ra.SlWGKlSATCOl, - - "wTuEfiLten'Jtu'itsoriij""" . '; . WEAD KACU1NIJS, -J, . t - ' i tt t , . , . , - KAlttltI;I,-.TJAfJSNI-..i': tr X .il . ytl-i t - A. Bi HOWE, - ( FLMLE A: LYoSs So far as tbe stitch Is concerned, this list cf machines are al precisely alike, are all Shattle Machines, and for carrying U Vjwer or under firtaj all usa shuttles, into which all the under aread used on each and all of them have to be rewound The capacity cf the shatUea used la these machine Is very nearly the tame, tbey bold whew llled rrlta Coats' if a Spool Cotton sot to exceed It yards. The shutUe Jtitch Is sometimescalled the lock stitch for eCect but Itlsallone and .the aama. The stitch is made by merely costing two threads. The ends stall leans sewed by the Shsttl Uachlnes must be fastened by the hand needle to prevent ripping the Shuttle Machine b better adapted to manufacturers than to mily use Jan31-dtwiw uNivjERsrrr of ivasmv2.i.e. JtnXITAKY COLLEGE. J.Dxaxrcr LtasnaY, JID.DD. Chancelfcr of the University, and mressor or unemisiry and ueoiogy. Col. B R. Jontsax, Superintendent ef the Hill tary College. and Professor of Engineering. JaxnF Haxtxrox, A M. Professor of Math nasties, sadNatu ' ' ral Philosphy. JII S-rxwaJrr,A H, Professor of and Latin Languages and uierarare. 4 Groaex 8. Ducxuc, A ll, M D, Professor ef Botany and Natural IlUtory " ' Rer.J. W. norrr, A 11, MD, Professor ef Mental and Moral , Fhilesopby.and Biblical Literature. . R. W. PiTiCiK, Adjunct Professor ot Ancient Languages. J. O. Axslsoz, Teacher of French and Drawing 0. K. WisstojcU D, Surgeon. Tbe first Term of the Academic Tear lt59-51, cemmsaeea on ine M or ceptemoer, itxu. The Second Term commences on the 27th ef January, 1881. Commencement Eierdsti take place on the 12th of June, ISU1. Tuition, Bearding, Washing, Peel, Rooms, ServanU' atucd a nee, and use ot Arms, $lU3per Term. Matricalatlow Feu, S5' Students an required to furnish their rooms, Engineering French, Spanish, German, .Draw log. Book keeping, and Peering eacnjld per Term or tweuv weeks. ? Students under 14 jtiri of age will not be admitted, i By the aid of Military Discipline, effective -government Ises- tabilsbed,andnsaiui,pnysicaicuiture, good order ud Indusin oue habits art promoted. Par Catalogues, or additional information, apply to any Mem ber of the Pacalty, or B. R. JOHNSON, uj21 I0 dJitwIt&w tf Superintendent. ITIPOKT HT TO FARKIEBS: E KplNrnstciiIng, or Ilooktlund liye: PORTABLE FENCE os sxbisitiox ai imr covbi-uovre ih "JTlYIKY farmer should :e this fence the cheapest and most' X I uurasie tnat can be cunt. The subscribers own the States of Tennessee and Kentucky ana are prepared to sen farm ana uouniy wgnts. ' Memphis. Stopping a few days at the City Hotel, Nashville. teg iw&wrar TS THE SJIIANCCItY COUllT AT JllttUa .1 i den for WeaKley Connly, state of Ten- nesaee. urueroti'uallcation UrlglU'IBitl Elijah J. Lan caster vs Andrew Csyee, John r Care and Georse L Oayce. From an affidavit of the complainants counsel. Micaiah D Card well, this day Hied In this cause. It appears to the Clerk and Master of said Court, thit the salddefendanla. John TCayce and uejrgei.vayce,arenon-resi4enuor ssu Biaxe or. Tennessee, ana reside in Hentncky Jt Is therefore ordered by si Id Clerk and Master that the order be published for four successive weeks in the Weekly Union .and American anewsnarjer oublishRl In the city nf NashTille, said Slate of Tenneuee, commanding saiajonn y uayce and George U Cayeeto. file their answer, pleas &fif I or demurrers to aaia Hill at or berore tnepext term or said Chan VV.j I eery Court,toTe held at the court bodie In Dresden for Weakley wmiir, cuieoi ; Acnnciee, on ins secna aaooaij oi January. 1861, or said 11 land things therein, will be taken for confessed against them, and set for hearing aa to them exparte, at sail term of said Court, Thia December Gth, 1K1. (A truo copy frcm the Order Book.) NATHAN H. KDWABDS, 0 4 tf.. deelS'CO-wtt-pr'sfte 3 of skl Court. 'F'L O U "1 A A BBLS Jast- received, whlchrve.cna warrant to" I J J super extra.. OLD JAVA COn'EE, A large lot of the very beat quality GROCERIES AT VV5IOLESALE, CANDLES, A:c, dr. A general asortment,6Dd. constantly receiving.' . t'oAit, ; COFFEE,. MOllSSES, WAI'lsfl, S. it W. F. OUK. ' - Comer Broad and Market Streets, raaynl.twitwitf ' Hashvtlle, Tena NASHVILLE FE.TJJ.LE ACADE3IV, Founded is 10. After a reslofsix months, on Uie J9 of January , 1861. 1 resume mil OOsition as Ihinahiai of this Tntlitu, I it ,i i-i. r i i j. . , nnHS Academy offers some peculiaradrantages, among which.- j j we (.iinx, are inerouswuci 1. A wall enelod Yard of about 0 acres, within the ineorporate-rliaiU-jt J4ashvIIle, thus afvrclag Pupils as mtralned freedom- tn tealthfol recreitlen, and still soxlecttng mens ine re-iruii 11 a renneo ana inteiugeui society 2. Baildltiin1 in extentind suitableness. for all school purposes, nnrquallt' In theTJnlted fl tstes by any Female Sckool, and these surrotmdei by pavementsand corridors, dCering ecn- stant ladueements to ehildien, to bieathe tbe fresh air. without, regard to the weatner. 3. Anrurltv from Plre. Ttr. hnllll-i., .r. v..li with steam and Ilzkted by tas. and thus free the narents af ear puaiis irom ai icui one source 01 consuni anxiety auour. tlieir children. 4. Ileal lis nneananeJ In any Femile School, in this or any other country. Though one of tta larrest, and a part of the time the largest, Boarding School In the United States, yet but inree ueains nare occurred among ine pupus in nearly 42 years. S. Non-Sectarlnn. It la well known to alt ncoulot- ed with the Academy, that a .Baptist, Episcopalian, Mettodiii, iiwii-nio, scnuj aim u ad Kilter oere. penecuy satisaen, inas ' In na respect will offence be given to M peccJIar vlt'S and yet equally satisfied that th priadplis of R eomraaa rtlilion will be dallv Inculcated ' . iUHfernii.1 Care. This exrresslon exrllea no exsee- uuos wnicq ia aoi ruiiy met in tee Academy A auiiatia num ber of ladles, of piety and refinement, devote their entire tin to j the snporrtsion of the expenses, tb morals, hiUts and health of L Guardians and parents, who for any cause, may be seeking a pen scent edneatlmalkomt for little girls, will, we think, find soca nome in ine Acaaepy jippiy to oecis-attwim. on ELLIOT. HARPEtt'F R CE.iinEir. XfARPERIFOR DECEMBER, - HARPER- FOJS DECEMBER. BEOISJf RtO A NEW TOLTJB, rxdisxikfl A SEW VOLUME. . . .BEOUfSISa-A NEW VOLUME. Subscribe for I8Gt . Subscribe for 1SG1. . Subscribe for ISOl. At GREEN tCO3. Al GREEN ic COS. t GREEN V W'S, No. G Union Stree,. Ko. C Union Street. No. O Union street. r. S.-SUBSCRIPTIOSS UTVASIABLXIS.ADVAjTCE. noTK-dtw li. A: CO, K V A N 8 & C O i ATJUolesale Dealers, No. 1 Nashville Inn Block A EE IN aECEIPT OF TSEIRjVATJ. STOCK OF t. elgn and Oorsestle VARIETIES AXD CLQTWXG, Boots, Shoes, lints. Bonnets, &C, To which they Invite the attention of ths trade aug30 dltwtf Insolvent Notice. ALI, peraonshaslng claims against the ratal of JAIME ADA. US, deceased, are hereby nstlllel to Uie them? ! Ifgaiiy aainenucatea,, wim. ueiinsoi um vvsmyvnan as v tsueycouai tSjl.Jnoraer ' -NoyenWl.VlSCftwy SP- NEW PUBLICATIOKS. f Elegant Eiolfday Books Iu Fins? Bindings. ""'IifciiiyiiinstratcfJ.' W. T. w&vvy It Company's Lisror New Illiistra'tea' Eoofc's'lor 1SGX. A FOREST IIYUS. By mUhm CnKin Cr an t. Illuttnted from Orirtaal Drawings of Ptreat, lieSd and -Flower Scentry, by Hawes. ' ' Thia beautiful volsmw eontiio TWrtY.fin Tl'nilTitii-. n WpoJ? engraved by the beat talent la Ike country, aad ir .it eJ. partly In tint, in the highest style ot the. ait. Th iraw mgs are.of atrfklng beauty and ortgtnaHty, and thepaptr the- flnea ever made In the coaatrj. . PARADISE AND THE PERL. By TVmai Moore; Illustrated by Owen Jones and llenry Warren t Blehlyboud.- ila a few days . This supnrb and eleraat work eantibis si nmi tin nam. Illuminated anremblaaened la seM aad colors, la the relies: style of Oriental and arabassua dirantian. iu, u. dm mens ot tlie kiadprevfoisly pableshed. 3. ' FOLK-SOKGS : a book or ooldcv mih m ros; tar rorotA nxakT Ty J. IV, Palmer. t (Ui up wards ef GO Orbjaal IMsstratteBS, eifjaliita ia deslg-i an J execution. '.ulhetJofctsanllin locks' therenncJ raid al a 1:- rcu poets. - - It contains ali the diinLeit lyrics tlo'hiatt-UIk'of simple and ho:y mat live In onr memories natures. 4. MORAL EMBLEMS : "With Aphorisms. AiaRC?. and Proverbs, of all Nations. TVRb 120 IUtutratloas, I vol - Royal 8ro. 5. TUB LOVES AND HEROINES OF THE PO STS : Illustrated with Ral and Ideal Portraits. By K:ch -ard llenry Stoddard. lvul.Svo. 6. WOMBN OF THE SOCTH D ISTlKGCISUED IS LITIRATUKS. by Mary Voir est. An elegant qsnrto, with PortnUs. "A beautiful person, ameng the Greeks, waa thsngnt le be tray b7 thi. sign some secret favor of the Immartal grds, anJ we can pardon prkle. when, a woman possesses soen fignre tha. wherever she stands, or mores or leaves a shadow en the wa J or site for a portrait to tbesrUit.she confer favor oa tho world." 7. TnEiTAY QUEENJ; A Peon ly Aped Tcxxy ton. Illustrated with 20 Drawings, lleauafally print on the finest tinted paper. 8. THE BYRON GALLERY OF BEAUTIES'. Cor' slstlng of Ideal Portraits of tie Principal female chanc ters In Bjron's Poems. 9. THE POETS GALLERY, trations of the British Poets. A series of E! JO- THE WIT AND HLTIOR OF THE POET?, 1 Icstrated with upwards ot On Hundred Pictures. U SHAKSPEARE'S TEMPEST: The Mgs' il tUflt dmtntMt f tit 7 em fx it. Tfrittea by tr;: j. Ehakspeara. Illustrated by the most eadsent Xnglish S: ttsts. 12. SHAKSPEARE'S MERCHANT OP YENK Tke Jfcjt ZxrtUenl Lutarii r tAi Jfn-ohl.tf of Yen. WritUn tyTTHriam Ssatspeare. Illustratel by the c eminent uguaa A r lists. 13.i PAGES AND PICTURES FROM THE WRIT INUS or J. JKSIiSOREOOOPBR. EdltMby Ma8sca Fenimore Ceopsr. Utotrsted with 9 Steel Ertj,rar.r -fine original designs by Darley, Ac , ind UOSketica' . Wood. U. BONYAN'S PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, Xu cear 109 IHnstraUana.- 15. THE STa.TK)Rq GALLERY- Compn.:.-j . . ' Ideal Portraits of Shakspeare's Women. 16. GALLERY QFTOxffS. A Gallery of Fame:. English aal American PU. I! Icstrated by lOOErjra? lop, ' ; v " , IT, AVOMEN OF EEAtTY AND HEROISM I luitrateahyig Portrslts ofiremarkabla Women. 18. lilb I.UUKT UtT tAl'ULtiU.t t In Sec onder the First Bmplre. With antnentis Portraits cT Wits, Beauties and Hercloea., 19. LEPLUTARQUE RRANCAB. lives of triou Xmand Wtmtrtejr'J'ra ice, frm U 15i Ct amy com r en oy aowtf,. s vow. jsoyal eta. ia' mcnx 20. LAUGILkBLB ADVBNTCRE3; Tj 1" . .. mas Tons or Mxssas 'Baosvx, Jans, a Kosiaiv , C; log a History of what they Saw and Did tnBeVisa.C - many, SwitierlanJ, and tuiy. With SOU CharacL: . Illustrations. IllustratcdfPocts. StumlarU Work Ac. L0SGFELL0W3 POSMS. ItTastnted. KVANOELINK. IthrtrsSd. THE GOLDE-S LMESD, Illustrated BURNS BONOS. IllttStraad. MOORE'S UELODIM. IllastraUd. LADT OF Till LAKE. IUustrated. LORD Or 1I1B ISLBS. Illustrated. LAY OF THE LIST MINSTREL, IlluatratsiS, QRAT3 ELEOT. IHostralci. GOI D3MITH'3 TRATRLER. IHastrated. ins RR' TIsU PORT. wW, Portrsiu. and Ilfra.-s TUE M AVSKLYNOTEL3. .(HoutuWd Edition. WASHINGTON IRTINCTS iTORK3;.(Seanysidwi:4: SNOLISH AND BCOTTI3II.BALLA 0.5.8 vo'a. SHAISPRARE'3 DRAMAiaS'nQXStt. c&inger'e I" "on. i HOLY LIVING ANDDTINCLS vslsT A-XEMeiS'IMITASIWF CHJina:. BIBLES, PRATER 6fia,ki . " 1 - Papier ITlaelie- CooUs. WSIlinia DEK3, WORK BOXES, ie. W. T. BJJKUY CO., detSI-dsVwtf IttIIc Square. C HR1STAI AS ! ! CH RISTM AS ! ! Fine Groceries, IVlues, Ac. FOR THE HOLLIDAYS ! I? D QJ VMUm l?il v ni Union and American II lock. I a I rs are last Is mere! or a Isree am! well se! etnl i VT g"ods In oar Use. wMek we are ISCfr rmlllrd I - .--..-'-.. . M. (.1. , . , Ccuntry Jlerefemta with the caa beanast iloXfttcr Ctaa call on us, aa we are aZains oxt rri IsdseemeBta. Brandies, all thges, In weed aad glass, Iri'h and Scotrf: Whiskey " ' Madeira, Sherry and Port, of tiw best brands; Holland Gin aad Jamaleo Kum, la wood asl glan Ob&mpagne, Usek, Mese! and Ctareu; ItaHaa and German Wlees, of alt brads; Ok! MsBocgabeU, Rye, Bourbon and Oorn' Whisky. Bitters Hosteller's, Goutey's. Bsker'i, Old Ssin," t Scotch Ale and Londea Porter. Trench OenHats, U4M Wtoes xalrsrl- Italian Maccaroni, VensfcetHAst Tashtlee; ' Crwn and BlsekTeas, H qntlrijes; llemeUcally rjoa)J Meats, Fruits; KutaaJTegeeibles; Preserves, Jetties aad Jaavs; sekka. Sauces and (iondlmeuts . Hot, Prolts and Saniied yru::s: "Briedftults, Jlgaand B!si;s ri.' li. i.i." t . , Xxtraeia and Perfumery, u i n TeKet Soaps, Prunes; Brandy Prnlta; ' '. Crackers. c. Tire Worts, Reekets aad Roman Candles: IlaTana Cigars, Ofeewlng Tobacco and Snuff , Meerekaum Plpet, Cigar apd Liqusr Cases; Smekttg Tobaaco Tarksrh and VIrgtefa; Cranberries, Baekwhest and Syrup; . Gbeese Ksglbh Dairy, W. R. and PineAppU, Sugar Cured films. Serf and Towgnes. Wooden and Willow Ware and Broums: New VorS Steam ReSsed Candy : French Candied Irnlt, Apriaot PasUawtKiHaza! Ground and Whole Spices. Otlse OU, i'tel erel. Shad, Sataoq, Rs HerriBi, Smoked and Sauced Salman and Cod fish Dates, Dried TruJt. Clltou Qieger. Ac., Ae. , tic. isgvitcr rjin sis arutjies pertaiaar is Ui ssrslr of ami R. J3. SNOWDEN V CO.. cl3V2a Jfo.4 North Cherry 8trt Bridge or Turnpike Stock Wnmc W wEl rxehang teme nluabte Real Estate aNint 3 c from the city, far Bridge or gd TurapikeSteck . . Jiiejiir jrowk. L"!W - t-4 Cherry S jttj Ladies Extra Pine Winter tut JVST REOEIVED. LADBE3 KID D. t. BALMORALS. " Osir D. S Lac, Boer. KM m ree Ooegress Oslters. - Cair , i " FreeeaLasUng " Quilted IIrr Sole Lac, Eai. " K Fur Lined Bcailn, fee. ALSO, JrVJ2f.(lhiWrj?,no?U',iu4' " Oartertana jw.iim. J01IX RAM in- -f- College Sl:cs: X?or Ilirc. T tlAYB several roed Serraats " T uua. L. BRASgrca: HARPER'S NEW 3TONTHEX -TTAGAZIN """s-h"s-k. 3banmbercerair;entei,newT:;, 1DU mi. 1 loeifVA an nWMI. h.k. aa3 BOUK Tot- l-l -. LESLIE'S JUHOAZINE OF VASRION FOR ratOSMBESi ' KETEslSONJS MAC.2Hr tvti SALS BT JOIkN Voir i.- . r-n W.kM.Wi. -.cvl llllntl'tlin.nll V 7 . xenant. TDesim to place my late residence 1 miles k 1 lAs - 1 " ft-". -Taq,ASiaser.4S-rr-4 superior soil, about hlf In itwiu, tx. :, .. '. bill. , Th. ri.ll l . '-S1- serianU boosts, staiJe, well. Ao . an all new sad eschar-- ' To the Opener, theDsirjmaa. or Gentleman, aeek.ar i-' suletand retired nxt far Wir.a,il. fr..fr- ,i,.v...' . .rtu t 1 , . . . "i ia Tills offers saperi-raltrsaSiMis. ' . v . r -k . . . , . . . . .w Mvni., maa s win mass ine trT, sccrnl., . r - aecu-u Bargains in Ileal Extnic. WE oesr some valuMe Res I Hutate to U eity t - -at pikMtoiuK tbeto.s. Apply ts s " . .... J iJt B.WBRC XV Canes and TJmbrcliav. TJ lOElVEO today s, baadaeee liMrtfflB of Cnr rLnnd Umbrellas, aad TM.t. r Bags. Port Monies, Purses, Cesnaj.Bruaaes, .tj., . . Ing at low rates. 3. H stpi-tr aielli.: Land forJSiUe. TF application be made before 1st Js&nary.Iwiilse'l ra s wuiDriemi.rariT Acre, ai in..., rrom (be ComuraUsn limits, an llin n,v. m,. u., V . mis IS one or l. nass rjatifal wm(L.M. 1 n . About ene-halfor the land lelei timber, the balanrs ia Uon. There are oa the Dramtsea eomfertikta ni,,.. ... : , , . . .. . I " ' fov Particulars. CUAS. I.'JsA N jnryn-tr ,- OT. P. JONES, Proprietor. i. Coraororthe Square, near tliO'tVUe lirls' tonTsnitnttoBtcamboatLaadlngs end2aUroad Serb .msurjuci -i ecBeisee Ni -iui ui-, ea&- VAltt .1 AsT I M ...-Jmi.