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THE XASHYILLE PATRIOT.
DAILY, TRI-WKKLY AXD WKE-T, -
BY ijniTii, noRUAn a co
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i OlCIca 16, Or-ade-rlcl- Rfrr-t.
' Frotn the . Refxwt of the &intnifioner of
rension we derive the following fact: Of
&eTe!utiHnrj toltlieratliere are now living and
drawing peosiona oolj 720. Of thia number,
43 have died during the past year. At thia
rate, a oaple of years more will sunder forever
the living ch&iu that now binds n, by a few
feWa links t tt.e 'lay8 that tried tneo'a
souls.'1 Of wW.wg and orphan", there are on
the rolls several thousands drawing pensions.
-- Viiere will le two eclitiw of the sua and
.woof the moon this year. A total eclijse of
the sun will take place on the 5th of April, and
an annular eclipse on the 28.U Sept., both in
visible here. There will be a partial eclipse of
tbemoonon the 20th April, which will be
visible early ia the morning, and a similar
eclijx on the 13t Oct., which will be visible
in the evening.
Great indignation is manifested by the peo
ple of Florida, on account of the recent mar
den ootniuitted by the Seminole Iodians, and
a firm determination to have the savages either
removed or exterminated. A pnblic meeting
was beld at Tampa, on Sunday, the 23d ult.,
and the following resolotiona adopted :
Revolted, That we recommend that the peo
ple of this State Fijbtnit to no trnceor compro
mife with these Indians, until the last one is
ejected from our territory.
Revolted, That we recommend to the citi
zens of this on my, to organize two or more
companies of volunteers, and tender them to
the proper authorities, to be nsed for the pro
tection of the frontier and the prosecution of
Mrs. Julia Dean Uayne commenced an en
gagement at Louuville on Monday evening, in
the character of Mariana, in the "Wife."
Donald MacLeod, formerly editor of the Ban
ner, in this city, is lecturing in Louisville The
anbject of bid first lectare wss "The Light of
the Dark Ages." The Loaisville critics thir.k
he gave that period of the world's history
credit for too much light.
Col. Mannypenny, the Commissioner of In
cisn Affairs, in his annual report, makes many
nggestions 1-joking to the improvement of the
Indian race. The evil effects of the payment
of annuities, in cash, to the Indians, are referr
ed to, and the fact tLat th greater ortion of
the money finds its way into the ocet of the
white men engaged in selling liquor aud gamb
ling, to the great detriment vt the morals of
the aborigine, is strikingly set firth.
One of the most disastrous efiVcts of the
present war is the increase of pauperism in
England. The Manchester (England) Exam
.tier, one of the ablet, provincial pajerp, says,
the number of penpers in that city alone, h 50
per cent, in 1855 above the number in 1854.
The Swabian Mercury contains the following
from Frankfort: "The fortnne of IWon An
etliu de llothschild, who afcently died, has
. been valued at forty to fifty millions florins.
A aum of 1,200,000 florins is destined to con
tinue the aims which the deceased wa in the
ba'it of distributing every week, as well as
for the distribution of wood to the poor in the
winter. The fund for giving a dower to Jew
ish maidens receives 50,000 florins; the fund
' for the sick as well as the Jewish Uospital,
10,000 florins each. The JewUh school 15,000.
Sums of 3,000 florins are bestowed on several
Christian establishments. The clerks who
Lave been more than 20 years in the firm re
ceive 2,000 florins; the others 1,000; the ju
niors from S00 to 500 florins. Many legacies
are left to servants."
London is now the greatest city in the world,
and far surpasses all the great cities of antiqui
ty. According to Gibbon, the population of
ancient Rome in the height of its magnificence
was 1,200,000; Nineveh is estimated to have
had 600,000; and Dr. Medhnrst sup)Hees that
the population ot Pekin is about 2,000,000.
The population of Loudon, according to recent
statistic!-, is 2,500,000414,722 having been
added to it during the last ten years. The
census shows that it contains 207,722 inhabit
ed and 16,889 uninhabited houses.
The National Intelligencer has been furnish
ed frotn the Patent Office with the subjoined
interesting approximate estimate of the agri
cultural products of the United States for the
year 1855, made up from the most authentic
accessible data by D. J. Browne, E-q., the ef
ficient Superintendent of the Agricultural divi
sion of the Bureau. It may be here stated
that if there be any error in the estimate it is
in falling below rather than above the truth,
either in the quantity or value of the products.
VAU7-TIO. TOTAL TALI'S.
InVn Corn SW.Oon.w-o boh Is, at 60 eta, S ',8no,eo.i
WhuL 164 ewl.U" " 1!..M, 4I.HV"0
Rr 14,K0, 00 " attlliO UOmv00
Barley 4,tK.00 a ' U. t P4o,lKM
Uat 17u,tr0,iJ0 " .140.-... 68,t-..l
ftnekwheat lO.'KXi.ouO 44 at Ml ets 5 O"0.O 0
Potato -saltan.. 11 jm, at 87 eta. 41,1 mOOO
Hixseed b,W att.a 79.VtO
' Beans ant P..... ,au.ym at H 0M, II (M OtM
Clover A UnuM d l,Mi,)O0 H at 43 0", 8,HMK0
Rie I,VI. 0.i" pounds at 4 cl . Ht.otiO n0
fjugir(o.ne) N,(KtV,0 at Tel. K.xfiu 0"0
. Furir,m p() S4,'K)(HKI M at 8 eu. Slid.'KHt
M riiMd 14,0 j,iuo gallon at u ets. 4,)u,l i
tPina I.vii ooa at SI 00 ,m,h
Ho.' 8,5 H,(HM pxinl at IS eu. MUM
O rbtrd pc-ducts IS CM
Ttbe o 1 0.l.tuw.lKKl pound at 1 (I eta. 19 .owi.uuo
Colon l.Tow 0"0,miO - at Bets. 18600,iv
H.m , St MM) tone atflU. ,4."tf.U.J
Fia..V. mawpnd,atiueta. bo.eno
H.y and f dder.... H,M,4loii attlO. t0.0-,'W0
' fkuirMa m.nrto.000
DOlK.TiO 4NlJd4L S0 ASHAL rRODUv-TS.
VALBATtoa TOTAL VALVa.
HoTi-d eattla .. . tl OOO.Otw at H rarh, 4i O-m.tcxi
Mo-a.aiaAmol 0 0,"Otat SUeach, S 40
Ph-p - SS.W...Ot at tch, M
4BL SJOuO.uUOat 6ach, 1W,ww. 0
Vtr,' ' t,.0"0
flarhlrd anlm.la .w.0...nh
Har and fti,0O0al Ucta. U.iHI.lWO
Ml ,i-luiof -hat
el"r but,' ""A oon.o .oco i in e. loo OX.ooo
v'T ;;; : ' en'M . ata.ca. fl.e..o0
16,tM.uS - a. I5c t .m,0t
Olik oocn. 6.H - alI. b0
The voters ot Loaiaville will be called upon
in a few days to decide whether that city will
oubscriW an additional tuition of Mock to the
completion of the Louiaville aud Nashville
Railroad. The papers of that city seem to be
confident the question will carry.
Airong the resolutions of the late "Old Sol
diers' Convention at Washington, was one
declaring that a Statue should be erected to
the memory of Jamee Madiaon, near or in the
city of Washington.
The editor of the (Charleston S. CO Catho.
lie Miscellany, announces that a gentleman of
that city autboriavs biin to aay that be will be
another (the fifth, to far announced,) of the
bnndred Catholic laymen, to contribute each
f 1,000 for the American College in Rome.
Macaulay, twenty yeart ainco, afier giving
in an article on Liftory, Lis idea as to what it
bould be, concluded by eayitg that a history
thus written, would have a greater run than
the latest novel, lie !ivd to verify bis predic
tion in Ms own case. Nothing from the pen
of Dickens or Thackeray, was ever sought
with so much avidity as this brilliant eaiata
first two volumeaof the Ilwtory of Engl.nd-
A correspondent of the London Timet, la
coraraintirg cpon the progress of Iriah agri
culture, states that during ihe pat 13 year,
the value of farm stock In Ireland ls lecreas
1 from (22,000,000 to r35,000,OtO. sterling,
and that the number of horned cattle b9 rhaa
from 2.000,000 to 3,250,000, while the quanti
ty has corrt s,"otidingly lmproed. StSfl, how
ever, of the 20,0'XM-OO .f acres whi L IreUnJ
c.mi.ria, only about one fourth is under !!
riw til!gs and fo'l ne third it in ptnre.
- FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1S58.
t3T" Tk Patriot to tha aneeeaaor of th "Tru4 Whig,"
Manra. Bum, Koan It Co., haviDf purchaMd tbe priat
Inf materia!aubscr!plIoa tut, kc-, of tbt latter.. -'
' 137 We are compelled to throw aside more
interesting matter to day; to make room for
legislative proceedings, which have accumulat
ed iaour "copy drawer." .
The House of Representfttives . yesterday
refuted to rtcousider the vote adopting, tlie
resolutions of Mr. Cavitt in regard to ' a" nulli
fication of the fugitive lave law. The vote
was, ayes 34, noes 38. Thi i resolution, it will
be remerabned, recomiiieiult the people of
Tennessee not to trade with the citizens of any
State that has refused to curry out the provis
ions of the fugitive slave law. In regard to
the policy of adopting such a resolution, we
expressed ourselves at the time of its adoption.
We have only to add now, that, we have too
much confidence in the conservatism and good
tense of the Senate to believe that body will
sanction the action of the majority of the
House and place Tennetee in the very ridicu
lous attitade she would occupy with such a
resolution upon the journals of her Legislature,
while her people would pay about as much
regard to its reconimendalioht as they would
to the voice of the idle wind.
The Elon. Wit. A. Cockk, Senator elect
from the district composed of the counties of
Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne and Grainger,
in the place of Charles Hitch, Esq., resigned,
took his seat yesterday. CoL Cocke beat his
Democratic competitor (Col. James Lafferty,)
almost two to one. fie is one of the first men
in his district, and will make an able and effi
cient Senator. We are pleased to learn that
he is uncompromisingly opposed to the plausi
ble humbug which is now before that body
under the name of "Law Reform." That
measure will now meet the fate it deserves.
We made mention a few days ago cf Evans
St Co.' new ttore, which has just been com
pleted on the Square. It wa our intention,
at the time, to recur to the t-ubject of improve
ments in the "town we live in," and to con
tinne the record. We threfore resume the
thread of onr discourse this morning. Having
passed over to the east fide ot the Sqnare,
we observe that our liberal and enterpris
ing mercantile friends, A. J. Dcnoax & Co.,
are making considerable improvements in the
interior arrangements of their house, under the
superintendence of G. B. Van sot, architect.
Theae improvements are in a state of for-wa-dnerS
which insures their completion pri
or to the opening of the Spring trade. They
are of a character that will give the 6tore an
entirely new appearance, and make it one ot
the niot roomy, and tastefully and elegantly
arranged to be found anywhere. It is the pur
pose of this firm to import for the Spring trade
a very large 6tock of goods, embracing every
thing that can find tale in this market, and the
improvements to their store will give them
greater advantages than they have heretofore
)Kasessed, to exhibit their goods, and to supply
the demands of their customers with celerity.
. portion of their stock is already on its way
ere; and in the interval between this and the
ommencement of the spring sales, they are
iling the remnant of their winter stock at
xtremely low prices. Amongst this stock are
,. . heavy lot of blankets of the best kinds.
On Market Street, between Church and
road, we note the completion of the fine
lock of stores with which Jobs M. Dill, Esq.,
as replaced the inferior ones burnt some time
go. These 6tores are put up in a most sub-
antial manner and are creditable specimens of
haffek's brick work. They are handsomely
rnamented in front. One of them is to be
ocupied by Stbwart Si Owkn Tinners, and the
ther two have been taken by Messrs Lki.l-
kit & Ewixo, Wholesale Grocers, whone in
ustry and energy are extending their business
On Broad Street the house occupied by
(eesrs. McCrea & Tekram, Wholesale Gro
ers, has been greatly enlarged and improved ;
nd it is now one of the most capacious in that
tlid quarter of the city.
These, together with other improvements,
hich we have no room to ppecify to-day, In
- icate that there is no pause in the march for
ward of Nashville, ller's is no mushroom
rowth it is slow, but steady aud substantial ;
nd it must continue so. Her business pros
acts were never more encouraging her hopes
f future greatness, never based upon a more
nduring foundation. More anon.
TbM Wicked Caiumtn Schools
Tbe Freeman Journal (organ of the Moit Rev--end
archbishop Ouhe,)netr lets slip an oppor
initv for a sneer at "Nw England Protestantism."
bus, it heads its account of tha recent murder of
ustus Matthews, by the "Wskeinauites," after tbis
TOE NEW HAVEN' TRAGEDY."
t'ProltiUantimn in Connecticut. 'A n 'Refurtnm
tion aud il prlo tn.irt yr.n
There ar probably more murder, tod assassina
tion, and ibroat culling, ia ths Papal portion of
Ireland, ia one week, than there U la all New Eng
land, iu proportion to population, from one year's
eud to the other. Judged by th same rula tha
Journal applies to ProtffUnieoa here, Romanism in
the Old Country mast be infinitely wor than even
The occaiioii ia also turned to account by Ui
r.rc (or bts organ, which is all lb same,) to In
dul another sucer at lbs Couoion Schools aud the
"The "land, of Common Schools and tha open
Bibii without note or comment," tb faTored and
sanctimonious land of Connecticut, ha taken a
new step in religiom rclortnAlioa. Tin sect that
ha arieu in tha bovm of that community, and
the acts that, thtia fr hiv mukej jt deeeU p
meet, speak trumpet-tongued in favor of leaving
men to Bible and to Common Sellout, and of re
pudiating tha idea ttiMt mn, toaave him Uul aber
ration, needs frooi God au infallible fourth for hi
IIea help w ruac " then, If lb " infallible "
Charch, that i to "guij buo,n ha for iu teachers
aad eieaiplars, cuaa who are, thus, not ashamed to
duemlnftte, knowingly, impressions, so wickedly
fa'.e, so ready to draw malignant inferences from
preulae so transparently untrue.
To Extbact Gcxis from Cloth. The
following i said to le Infallible : To sixteen
ounce of rectified spirit of wine add ten grains
of carbonate of potash, (pur,) half an oonce
ofeontie) oil of ilergainot, and one ounce of
sulphuric either; mix and keep in a glass-stop
pered bottle. Apply with a piece t.f sponge,
soaking the cloth iboronjchly when the greaae
U not recent. The in xiure emit a peculiarly
fragrant odor, and being a fl ild soap, ehemicat
ly couipd, will be touud a pvi feet solvent
of oily matter.
Lsr YtAH Tua I.tuti. Leap vear baa
come again, hen, by long estaL2ihdeustom,
ladies art privileged to "pop the question."
Cruaty old Lcbelr go abont la terror, giving
a wide la th to every prtt.'y gil tlev meet,
and blewing heaven for the invention ohoopa,
which prevents the fair creaUrtouicg thcia
1 1 it rmi. J'kU Ledger.
CrriKSTatae Pi5ttw. A friend aald that
La had l o- a kit frotn Me if an j 'anothir
from hi daughter. The first 1 vailed for ita
rarity, aad the second fur it dUintereatedaeea
lelg given for al-rrk-t. Itt.
V " : ! EE N' ATE.
w- Jakuakt 18 91,' A. M.
lfr. Sheid presented a memorial from citixens of
Coffee county asking for an amendment of the
charter of the Southwestern Railroad Company, so
as to allow said road to intersect the N. & C. R. R.
at Decherd's Depot, Referred to the Committee on
luleroal Improvements. .
' Mr. Hail presented a preamble and resolution
addressed to Congress, 'and aektng au appropriation
fibm the Treasury of $50,000 to improve the navi
gation of Tennessee River. Lies over.
Mr. Johnson introduced a bill for the bentCt of
the Railroad lax payers of Davidson County pro
vid'tig th t the Tennessee and Alabama, the Xush
wiile ai:d Xorth western, and the Edgefield and Ken
tacky Railroad Companies shall issue certificates o
s o k to the tax payers of Davidson County to the
anouni of their aunuul tax. Passed first reading.
The Senate took up Senate bill for the benefit of
the Memphis and Charleston R.tilrcad Company
providing ih;i) the aid company have State aid for
the whole distance f:om Stevenson to Chattanooga,
as heretofore granted, in the event they shall change
the route and diminish the dins nee 'ten miles, by
cntting tunnel through WalJen Ridge in the
Camburland Mountain the amount of aid on the
diminished dinUuce to be appropriated to cutting
the said tunnel.
The bill was supported by Messrs, Steele, flav
ron, Rodger, Taruey, snd Sheid; aud opposed by
Jlesrs. Lfll, Stokes, and EHis.
Mr. Atkins spoke in depreciation of the course
pursued by the Senate in regard to Internal Im
provement alluding particularly to the passage of
the bill yesterday grat, ting Stale aid to tbe amount
of (610,000 to various railroad companies, and
deviating materially from some of the fundamental
principles and most important safeguards of the
general Internal Improvement laws. Though ho
could not vote for the bill before the Senate, he
could not conceive how Senators who had supported
the bill yesterday could refuse to support this.
Mr. Fletcher spoke in explanation of bis course
in voting for bills to promote the Internal Improve
ments of the State. He had done so always upon
the principle that be was acting for tbe best interests
of the State. The bill passed yesterday contained
no feature applying tt the Senatorial District which
he had the honor to represent, nor to the Eastern
Divisioo of the State. Tet he voted for it as a Ten
nesseean as a representative of Tennessee and
be believed he had acted for the best iuterests of
The bill passed third reading, ayes 14, noes 10.
Bouse message transmitting Senate bill to author
izing the Comptroller to appoint a deputy, with
bill in lieu authorizing the Treasurer to sign the
bonds of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad,
was taken up, and tbe Senate concurred ia said
Semite adjonrned to 2 r. v.
House bill authorizing the appoirtinent of two
additional Directors in the Bank of Tennessee, one
for Cumberland and one for Putnam county; passed
House bill to provide for the election of a Clerk
of the Criminal Court of the county of Davidson;
passed 2d reading.
House- bill to repeal the tippling law; passed 1st
Senate BilU on Third Reading to amend the
criminal laws of tbis State. Pi o vide that juries
may fine for assault or assault and battery, under
indictments for manslaughter, where no malice is
To amend the criminal laws of this State, and for
other purposes. Defines the responsibilities of
railroad companies in regard to conveying slaves
To economize the expenses of the Legislature.
Provides that the Secretary of State shall purchase
stationery for the use of the Legislature, of the
lowest bidder. Passed.
To increase the power of the Circuit and County
Court Clerks; parsed.
To authorize quorum courts to act In reference to
public it ads; indefinitely postponed.
To amend the charter of the Tazewell and Knox
ville Raiload Company; passed.
To amend the law concerning corporations;
lo incorporate the town of Cookeville, in Putnam
To establish a County Court at Tayloreville, in
Johnson county, passed.
To amend the act to authorize the emancipation
of slaves; rejected, and motion to recousider en
tered To incorporate the Fulton Plank Road Company;
Extending further time to the Chattanooga and
Charleston Tenn. Railroad Company. Amended so
as to allow certain privileges to tbe N. and C. Rail
road Company in tbe re construction of their Ten
nessee River Bridge, and passed.
Adjourned to 9 a m. to-morrow.
Thd&soat, Jan. 17.
The Senator elect from the counties of Claiborne,
Grainger, Anderson and Campbell, Col. William M.
Cocke, elected to fill tbe vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Mr. Hitch, appeared and was quali
fied, and took his seat
Mr. Cocke presented a memorial from citizens of
Union county, asking for tbe establishment of the
couuty Hue of said county, which was referred to
Committee on New Counties and County Lines.
air. Bowles: A memorial from citizens of Scott
county, asking for (4,000 to build certaiu budges,
accompanied with a bill which was read first time,
passed aud referred, with memorial, to Committer
on Internal Improvements.
Mr. Steele presented the proceedings of a public
meeting of citizens of Haywood couuty, beld at
Brownsville, on the subject of State aid to build
bridges on the Memphis and Ohio Railroad, which
was read, and on motion of Mr. Steele, referred to
a select committee, and tbe Chair appoiuted Messrs.
Cocke, Lilts, blokes, Dean and SaeiJ.
Mr. Steele said that he had received a similar
document from a public meeting held at Mason's
Grove, which he was unable 10 present at this lime,
as tbey were in the bauds ol a member of the other
branch of tbe Legislature.
Mr. Meek introduced a bill requiring all railroad
companies who have received State aid to have tbe
first 80 miles under contract and the first 20 com
pleted by the first of July, lb57, or forfeit State aid.
KeaJ, passed aud referred.
Repeal of ihe Tippling Lav. House bill to re
peal the tippling law was read a second lime, and
amended by providing that it shall lake effect im
mediately, and after various other ineffectual at
tempts 10 amend, passed ayes 3, noes 12.
Equate adjjurneJ to 2 J f. M.
Senate bill to establish the 15th Judicial Circuit,
was variously amended, and referred, with tbe bill
lo establish a Criminal Court at Kuoxviile, to the
Judiciary Committee, witu instruction to report a
bill equalizing the labors of tba Circuit Judges
throughout the Slate.
air. Head introduced a bill to pay R. J. Meigs,
Esq., tor selecting and purchasing tbe Stale- Li
brary. Mr. Smith: A bill fixing the interest at 7 per cL
on Iuterual Improvement bouds.
Also: A bill to endorse lbs bonds of the E. T.
and Ya. Railroad Company.
Senate Utile Third Heading To incorporate
Manchester College iu Colfce couuty; relerrod.
To iucorporale Fiat Creek Female Academy In
Bedlord couuty ; paaaed.
To provide lor lh printing, binding, and distri
bution of the revised Statutes; rejected, a es 12,
To authorise Justices of the Peace to lake bonds
aud retouuuuces for the appearaute of deleudants
iu StaU proseculiou belore ibeuiavlves; ported.
to protect wmow andorpbaii. Providing ibat
all property exempt fiwn execution iu the bauds of
Ibe bujuaud, shall be sxempi ia the bands of the
widow; and that she ahail bare laid off lo ber iu
addition, so much of tbe aaaeu of tbe estate a will
support herself aud family one year from lbs death
ol tier Lusbaud. I'aaaed
Aujouruml lo V( A. M. to morrow.
UuUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
V id sis dat, Jan. 18.
BilU Introduced By Mr. Togue: Toappropiiata
to lb Trustees of CI i I ton College to assist in build
big a College foe tbe purpose ot educating the indi
geni and orphan children, that way be seat to it,
tree of charge. Tbe appropriation is to be paid
out of tbe revcoue of Way oe couuty for lb pres
Also: 1 9 Incorporate the Trustees of Clifton Col
Also: To Incorporate the town of Clifton.
Mr. Kilcbey: For the benefit ot etiiaens living
near railroads. Makes Railroad Cowpanle liable
for killing or wouediog stock of any kiud by the run
uh'g ol tttelr IocoojoU ves
Mr. Halt on: To incorporate th Three Forks In
stitule in Wiiaoa county.
AUoc Te incorporate the Educational Society of
of the CufaberUnd Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Myall: To enubliaa th dividing line be
tween tbe coot) lies of Morgwn, Feitf and Scot'.
Mr. flolmrt: To Incorporate the M trap hi Ajri-CkJ-ttral
Fair Ground Company.
Mr. Wallace: To eatabluh tbe dividing Eo be
I ween the counties of Campbell, Andarsoa and
TUe JJermiiaeOa tkn of Mr. Travis, the
House look op (be bill to pare base th Uermitag
and establish so Agricultural and Military Scho!,
aad it wa patted ea ti reading,
On saottoa of Mr. Travis, the bill was mad the
speWai order for th 2 1'Jt lavt. , "
Tie Liquor Qrilo It Hois took p th
Bti&aiahed buahte of yaWrdy, brioe Mr BHts't
blS 10 suppres tipplicg, Buisaacea aad breaches of
lb pC4. ...'-
Th aenendasnt off seed by Mr. Browo, cf Mad
on, was addled, ayea 5, BOf 33,
Mr. Snod grass demanded the previoua question,
which, being sustained, cut off Mr. Donningtou's
amendment, and the bill waa then rejected, ayea
28, noes 41. ;
Mr. Cavitt moved a reconsideration of the vote
rejecting tbe bill, which, on motion of Mr. Travis,
was taken np snd the House refused to reconsider,
ayes 32, noes 34. - . : . .
. 0-n motion of Mr. Cowden, the House took ep
Mr. Colquett's bill to prohibit tbe sale of adulterat '
ed liquors on ita third reading, which wa rejected,
ayea 24, noes 42. . ,
The House then adjourned to 2 o'clock, P. M.
. ArriRoon ses io.
Haute BilU ex Second Reading Mr. GalhrcatlTs
bill to compel tbe attendance of witu esses in crimi
nal causes, was rejected.
Mr. Bartlett's bill to amend the proceedings in the
collection of debts was, on igotion of Mr. Brien, in
definitely postponed. -
A number cf other bills were passed on 2d read
ing; the following was rejected:
Mr Iiartleti'8 bill to facilitate the taking of depo
sitions, aud to reduce the cost.
House adjouruhd 10 7 o'clock, P. II.
SI CUT 6ESS10X.
. The night session' was also sper.t in the conside
ration of bills on second reading, a number ot which
TncitsDAV, Jan. 17.
Bill Li'roilttcedllr. Dortch, from the Commit
tee on Wajs and Means, reported a bill to sell the
Memphis Hospital grounds and buildings.
Also: Reported a bill for the benefit of the East
Tennessee Hospital. Appropriates $10,000 to be
expended iu the erection of a Hospital building.
RetolutiontUr. Parks offered a joint resolution
providing that the Legislature shall adjourn tine die,
011 Monday, the 18th of February, at 10 o'clock,
Mr. Cavitt moved a suspension of the rule, and
upon this motion Mr. Patks demanded the ayes
and noes as an expression of the sense of tbe House
in regard to an adjournment at that time, which
was negatived, ayes 22, noes 45, so tbe House re
fused to suspend the rules.
Mr. Rullen offered a resolution "that it ia the
sense of this House that a resolution lo adjourn
tine die, is calculated to produce discussion and an
unnecessary consumption of time, from the fact of
the multitude of business on the calendar." The
rule was suspended and the resolution adopted, ayes
37, noes 31.
Motiont to Reconsider taken up Mr. Bullen's
motion to reconsider the vote rejecting the bill to
regulate the tax on slaves, was taken up and the
vote reconsidered, and then tbe bill passed on 2d
Mr. Tipton's motion to reconsider the vote re
jecting Mr. Cavitt's resolution in regard lo the nul
lification of the fugitive slave law, was taken up,
and after ome debate, the House, under the opera
lion of tbe previous question, refused to reconsider,
ayes 34, noes 38.
Mr. Holmes' motion to reconsider the vote pass
ing on third reading the bill to charter the Mineral
Railroad Company of East Tennessee, was taken up
aud rejected, ayes 31, noes 39.
Hurfreetbord' Gat Company On motion of Mr.
Tompkins, the House took up Senate bill to charter
the Muifreesboro' Gas Company.
Mr. Cox offered an amendment to constitute tbe
Military Depnitinent of the Univeisiiy of Nashville
a military corps: adopted.
Several other amendments were adopted, when
tbe bill passed second reading.
The House then adjourned to 2 o'clock, P. M.
House Bill oh Second Reading The following
bills were pa.-sed second reading:
To establish a Criminal Court in the city of Chat
To make owners of Negro slaves liable for their
To amend th several acts establishing and de
fining Union county.
To charter thePhuenix Mining and Manufacturing
To omend the practice in the County Courts of
To amend tbe civil practice in certain cases.
For the benefit of common schools.
To amend the charter of the city of Nashville.
To amend the law in regard to killing wolvks.
To prescribe the mode of proving open accounts
before a Justice of the Peace.
To protect tbe lay members of all ecclesiastical
denominations aguiust the domination of the clergy.
To prescribe and limit the liabilities of inu-keepers
in certain cases.
Pending the consideration of Mr. Dunnington's
bill to amend the internal improvement acta of
The House adjourned to 9 o'clock to morrow
17 E are refit' ine our Warehouse, No. TO Public Square,
1 ' with all the n o rn improvrments, and will be pre
pared bjr tlie 20th February, to exhibit an entire New ftoc
of hpriog Goods direct from the manufacturers and Custom
House in New York, Boston and P ila Jelphia, compriiiog a
much larger and finer eiasa of Goodi than bas heretofore
tee 1 kept by us Our stock will be complete in every depart
ment of tuicj and btaple Dry Good.
A. J. DUNCAN A CO.
- Wa will cloe out the remainder of oar Ht-ek of Winter
fronds, amongst which la a large assortment of Ban UlasifcTa
f verv choice quality, at extremely low price.
. JanlS A. J. D. A CO.
koiies de ciiAraititi:.
rCST received, a few handsome Dressing Gown. Al-o, a
T small lot of plainer styles. J. H. McQlLL.
' GOODYEAR' 3 PATZKT GUM GOODS!
D ECEIVED this day, another amall lot cf Gum Coats,
' IV Cloass 'Dd LegKiu, best style. Also, a few of cheaper
' ad more c -mmon goods. . jaolS J. H. McGIIX.
1An finn CIGAR? jut received, direct from Ha
A UUfUUV vana, ami f r
J. liONGINETTK, No. 73 Harkst si.
FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT.
I ffice No. 3 John St., 2 doors from Broad way.
rHK u'ldrtfignel, proprietor of this establishment, have
(or a !n time (the senior pa' tnt-r of the fl m, N .than
I arret, f r 87 yean) been prosrcutfng ther buitneai at Bta
' n Ulanil. 'i hey I ave ipared no eff irt or expenso, capri
ly in the last few yoa , to excel in all the bran heo their
t, and hve been ucreful in atuiuing a hlh degree of
iprovement, as well m the machinery and pparaius for
-e-sing different t. l sof goo !, a in practical artistic skill.
I dyeing and finishing Lauie'8'lk, batin and Merino Dre
, , great improvements have hreo made. In a large prop-r
on of cae, ihe ariic ea are md, in color at)d finish,
rry nearly rq ilin apt eamnce to n w goods. Cr pe "'hawla,
loaks, JJauUil.is, Velvet Garment, ao , ara also very tue
i -st-fully t.eated. faded and stained goods restored or is
SILKS AND EILX DRESSES WATERED.
Lace and Mus'iu Curtan f, L'arprta, Rugs ami Tab'e Cov
(ra Ctmn-ed and KeflnUhed, Damak and Moreen Curtains,
esu'tfullv Dye I. AUi, Ritb n. Hosiery, Glove, Ac
Ordrra exeru ed with care and despatch.
Goods rrt-eive-t n i ret irned b express.
Goo U kept subjeet to ihe cl um ot the owner 13 months.
BARKKTT, NkU'8 A CO ,
n!9 6m 8 John st , i door from Broadway, N . T.
Auction bale of Groceries
DAVIS, PILCHER & CO.
)5 TCE-DAr MOKMSH, January tl, , we wi't offer
at A uetion for cash, a large and weil assorted lot of bro
tea, lo wit:
9. hhd. N'ew Pnrr ,
M barrels new crop Uolsf;
167 M do do do du;
a do Loaf Fogar;
S'25 bag Prime .rrrn Nio Coffee;
10 barrels .No. , Mk rel, Large;
15 .X do I. do
fW boxce Cxi Kih:
T5 do ratten Herring;
ISO do lar UMulles;
ViS do Tallow do;
SO do Prarl ftarrh;
fxi bags Pock he. t flour;
tierce' rh Kice;
N) doarn Wash Boards;
1 n do Brooms;
M five GsIIob IMnljoha;
StM boxes assorted lawwans.
M do Pint and Q iart Viaaks;
, He da a-snried Hvkloa,
CO do Tobacco, very Popular Brands;
10 eaaea idatchea.
do fine Cigars, "to be sold by the ease.
ITS doten Painted Bucket;
441 do U s If buhel Measurer,
ft barrels D. it. Hhi-kor:
Vt do Pike's Magnolia do;
65 boxes Ches:
Ss keg Wheeling Nails assorted rmc
SA ea-a Soda;
l i do log oa PorW, nabils Brand;
W M. U. RaUiu.
45 kits MackrrvL
J barreia ruiy Vloersr;
8 di Old Bewrve WhUky;
Iv'U reama Vt raping paper;
d are Hemp Plow LuM,
, WiUl many ether atie la eir line. Moat oi the above
I iod ae wa ftauigninenl and wlU be told. liooU wul we
1 at ap la loU to suit purchaavrs.
. da via, nrxnit a Co,
' jaolS ' o. H PablieMe'rt
' PHI firs of Ewia Brother, aa beretofcre existing, w
) L alaaolred ca tfce ilst Decee-ba Urt, la awanrv ft
e d-aih af Waiia D. Act. Tae bae wul be KtUad by
i ie earvviat pnan
J oka at. fcwia and Wi Baa R. Kw ft wilt euattaue th
'BoieeaM Ceu Boa(eea aa ail Ma vartow ar acaa. aadrv like
: anw-ttykt aa h a r tutors, aaal rwpM(iii'y -licit a ikwt
i f pvhiic paireaage. i.V BSD'A,
janlT sauwlsa e Be. T Callage at.
PIIK KewTork Metis hve reeeatrv rsir4 tkeiv Depot at
' I tbe ead atajid ef the rrt o;al UtJ DepM He. swath
; D-jr etrewt, wWe lb f I kep eeswtant y kand a
rg supply cf fkxtr ) ap exprrwitj for Paauty
aw, a gi lot vf I'sibuttea kf r, Backeaeal rWer, Meal
ran, Ae., Aa. -
- Tkeaw attt s have loaf beea kaewa ha lao) ook am y ae
rsiahiafl tike bl Wur ibl it brooeat U Uin ar4 ad
su'y vesiir a trl it M eaiHty aB wane gi-ad tVar,
aa It ts lor tkr akna a bay mt aa. Tlaa UU4 af B
we fc eVMirty dwweted sa laia.
)aall QUICK A 00.
1 rHX Xe a4 fsim.!id Pre'fM an4,
t ps a'iw Bieaaww.
i ASD. M. i. f. H. ItbMt.
. ni le Ufee a4 i airri.i,.i l.t4i seaeneM
; ssswdae aaarsvttig !tH isksc, ai le e'clufa. fur freigbi
i saaaga, aavtef utmwnm eaewaaww'. P1-'' btauw at
t H U, MAJtsUaOJi, Agwtk,
jt;-l4 tin tueef
ED. BURKE PICKETT,
REAL ESTATE, C O M W E IS C I A t
t ;FI. AIVCI AL,' AWD
Corner of Broad and Front its., over C. Aaderaon'a,
jtasstilub, .ranu -
UTZVL take charge of any boainea eatrnsted to him, re
' qainug the services of an Aeeot, f jr a comroiioo en
tirely ati actory to all purtitt and in all csts, no barges
w D be ma e anlesa a"nfact' n ia given.
The per.o mance of O mtran. Purchase, Pa'e, sot Keat
ing of Keal kUtate 1 1 the ctty and elaewuere ; tne P irchae
and dale 03m Co omi"toa, vt Bon tnockt and Pob'io
Debts anl Notes f every dewripti o ; Mer-fcandize, Grece
r ea, all kinfs tf Much nery aid Agiii nlUral beeds and
Imolemen'S, tlie settlement f aco urns and --iainis aud col
lectioas geiitraly, alUniUd to taittiful y and pn nipt re orn
XW IsformaUon sot ght snd given in every department
of busine-w. Uotant f .r succeai oniy bt a strict at-euti'ia
to my eng.ipem-ntj, a-d tookingratb-ir to the q mntny ot bo.
r nesi dune t aa t Ldunt ciarg,l rtspectlibly so
licit a share of public p ttrnn wt.
h Ef lttKCtS:
Got W. b CampVlt. C. W. Jark-Mo, 8 T. Mottev, Bank
of Middle Tenn.. atLbtimn; Oov N. 8. B-own, PH A
ConningSan., Church An lemon, Jl.-Ctore, Bjrk a Bore
A A'let, An Iswon, AIlim A Co , J. hn 8- Br.en R-q , A. J.
Tuncan, MacKenrae A Wii;on Nahriiie; Joseph W. llen,
E-q , Mesriir e.ni; Joho w. Ba ler, Piwburgh ; J. D. Uh
iner, Cincinnati; Mmund Coci-, CeHacll A Camming .
reibvTi le; lUj. R G. vl is, W. J. pence, Ma f eeroru';
W. C. W hitil onie, , Col. A. M. I coiiey, Columbia; t ot
J. C. Guild, Col. J. W.Henrt, h. Hallom, tq , Z. Kaker K?q
Gallatin ; R. A W. L. Alexander, Msj D Borford, Cot! J U.
Va ish. Dii m Springs; 'r A. H. Kin I, J. B. Moores, Em ,
and cit ien general y.Cnrtt.age.
WA.Vl'Elr,-ftl.OOO On twe ve monthloan, in
terest payable quarter, and secured by mortgaaeea
EeeJ Estate eorlhfi.O.friu at
picKtrrry general agency.
J A NTTIK To contract with effi lent tesmMers f
i the hanl n of Mem of l irm tha ahirf ..
lt.V, at PiCKKTT'd AGiSNCY.
ANTED. To hire, a Nur-e, for th prrgent year,
CORDS WOOD FOR 8A1 F, tn be delivered at
QO WKLL GROWN. Bne, fit. yearHn? MuUs in rmith
county, may bj bad f jt astuall pi t, if tak-n immo.
diately, at PlCKKrVrf AGKNl,'Y.
T'HE PBEMITJ2I FARM 0? SMITH C0UJTTT
FOB 6AL ' ! The most d sirable pioperty ia :Hd!
Tennea.ee, c ntiining Pitt seres, ail under new f,-n-ng, new
outbuilding, plack f ncrg and liou-e oewl reBttrd and
pa nted, it miles from Ijixi n's .Springs, and S from Curt' age,
on the Gallatin and Carthage Turnp ke; 80 agrees of U
deaimble agea, now on the place, wilh stock vn 1 urnin For
particulars, call at PICKETT.''.
'PO II i;ST. very eonvecie'it new Brick House cn
L Cherry street, Co'ieze II, M. wi h four room, servant's
room ani ki ch.-n, Ac ; new and in good r-pair.
The same will ba sold on unusually accommndat:ng
terms, at PICK tT I 'd.
FOIS S4LK- A very nice little house on Church street,
a few doors below the Cuion and American office. In
quire at PlCKETrtl.
ADlVIJ I IMlIltll SC, fix Rooms, Garden
and Outbuildings n Middle Franklin Pike.
Call at PICKETT.
As; It tr.tl HA II ( A I X maybehdlnani-enew
house fiJ4 miles out on the Lebanon nke, wi h 14 S
acres of groua I, well uited for a market arden, by appiy
iDgscou.at PICK KIT'S AGENCY.
Sl'HSrit II-nO.S to any New paper in the CDlted
SUtes received tt PlCKkTl'd.
U'A'IKD- (itualion for two young men in Dry
Goods or Grocery huii:. a aries no obiect.
Call at PlCKETTa.
J OH U OH K.- Two able bodied Negro Boys, accus
tomed to all woik, aiwuy on hand for jol s at
JOHN S. BEEEJT,
ATTOIt I : AT I. A XV ,
Office TSo- 50 Cterry street, TJp Stain. J
NASHVILLE, Tenn ,
HAVING renme i the practice ol the Law, will devote
h rrwlf txclujively to the duLea of hn profession.
A. Q. MERKITr.
WOODS & MEEEITT,
AT TO R JVE Y S A T LAW,
Office No. 59 Cherry street
WtSSEL & THOMPSON,
Wholesale & Hctail Confectioners,
i n i ox mki;i:t,
KEEP constantly on hn l a Urge as.-or'ment of
Candies, Cakes. N'lts Pre rvee, Pick'e, Cat
sup", Sr iiK-s, Brandy 'ruits, Pie Pruitf, Une Ap
ples, Or.P(ren. Apple, fteiars ami every tuiug of
the kind uu illy ke it in G u('-c;ronries. J in 16
NEW GROCERY STORF.
BE0WN. HOPPER & CO.,
WH0LFAI.K AND RETAH.
Grocers and Commission Merchants.
No. 34 Broadway. Ntxt to Cutter's ?hoc Store,
Intend kerDine ronsttiitlv on hand li
kitidiof Giocertesol the v-ry best qua- s
pie, for 'he city and country trade.
kiimii we will rell at the lowrst market price.
We esp-cially mvit- the alt ntionof thiwe in want of any
anyth ng in o r line before purchasing eiarwhere.
All kind of Country Produce taken in exchauge for Goods
UOJTe MADE FITkMTlRE.
The urdersigned having rebuilt their
ARE now better prepared than ever lo furnish
their friend and the public with anything
mw ma. vtnl in I li . Piifniliir. Una
uroers innimi'ii'y rere veil anu i nmpiy Dltei. -Warehou
e No. 13 College street, as he' elofore.
janld ly GROnMICtf, H A N'CK A CO.
KASHVTXLE BELL AND BSASS FOUNDS?,
Ho. 17 J SoutU Front Street,
VB. C0CI, prct.cal CELL and BRASS sOCSPER,
fcU' Crssor to tVelier A O ok, is prepared la manuf iC
ture to odrr, ttlii f r ( hur hi, f eambotts and Planta
tions. A'so, ftam Whlstlra, O I Gl be, Cyl B'ter, Guage,
f ountain and Mop orkn. Ho e and Bait well joint, Gun
Mount ng, Anti-Friction M t-d.
All work ma te by me with nra'.ne-s and despatch, of the
bet m teria', at low prices, and wanantrd. Janij ly
E. L. JOHNSON.
C0NLEY & JOHNSON,
sca'a enaa tv a'citmi a ktnuaa.
No. 10 Broad street, and No 94 South Market street,
Af ANCFACTURER8 of Tln,C pper andth-t I-on Warea
iVA liit-i d kee.ng ooLstanil. on hand au kirdcf Con,
ing and He.t.i.g rlovca, O.camenal, and P.aio vlantte
Gra es, Ae , Ac
Aukj All kind rf Cor p;r and fjlieet Irra Work lone for
FUranbia. hoilin M1 a, rurniwea, FouDdnea, Facuri,
Ae., done at the tho. teat net.e. anl aa cheap as cn be dooe
nthsety. JaaH ly
PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SHIETS-
A SOTHR Ch lce Lot of Patent fhouldT ?ein Fhirta,
V. with nd wlthoat collar, a' varioiu prtoes, all warrant
ed u fit well, and to b mad bettor than any othrr styl of
Bhii ta. ja.. Fur sale by J. H. AlciilLL.
ICT r KTlVED from Pe-k, Smith A Co an Invoice of
Tinnei's M h.nts ar.d lla-id TckXs ; aid a few extra
kla of a'l kinds I m a -rot Ut the le of ih- above ar
tit l. l liry a in be had I. w for e ah.
JnT B. 8 Wrt.LES-
TUX, BUCKSKIN AND CLOTH GAUNTLETS.
IX ' t have yet a fine twtin.nl t4 Wl.iter 6l-vee apA
Gauntlets, and we art s- U;ng them at r. Hoc d pr era,
i. U. M.-U.Li
BLAC A5D TA5CT C0L02ED 8 IOC 28.
7 A liav a f-e Bn Pauev Fcirfs (eft. an t a gad anort-
meul if Neck rt'.k and a-l a s-eeil.. J. v.. klcUiUU
JCfT receive I, a a- aawterent ef I lick and Fancy
fearf tux-k. AUw btocks ef varLsu t let.
J.n i.U. M.GtlJL
EE. J. W. HOUTOIf
R reniuvrd he re de tu No. V ftorth Crller t.
Ih-part erl.ipif Iti fcU!(;ii A MoTv I i-nt n
ed. Ufli'-e a birii.1.11, No. AJ Cherry street, unt las
Nashville IUce Course.
GREAT SALE OF PROPERTY.
0" T-araday. th 14 h rbraarf ntxt in pr-nt-es
w w U ri4 h tact lac.4 ,sus th AS it
TIUK RACK CuLR-E, -itoav.d a'wK eitnlk I iw N,b
il-e, oi in a-Bb-r lis i iir.-r. Iki rraet of laod vntain
S aat, and wi 1 be diruie I Bp itstn ' "aui i le U
Tg aath, r(- t to 5 ar.d t. U t Ma S e wd ih Ht
CourMt and al the Bui. fng, an I w 't eootstti abwit f' Kria,
14 No 4 It the Ut "Vi"", and el t e Ui Soi ,
The Iw tou e rh t el u-trkf we M a-d Itr the Kaoa
Cows ample svre f ft f l U Fubkr &., Ac.
PU ssf the g -ai i, eoataiuicg the as eivakieoa, wiS be
re.dy ra a tow it
Th wH i thu g'-H is a Jusirab y a4.pedf.r Harktt
Gaftirna, wuill '- '.
THSOLu SASHYILL- KCZ CCC1S5
pn d oit-m Ihe Km f I. I fcw. i i.4 a be ud ea of
ihe ax prvCvti U Tracks tn Um L'tl ,
tup. l onrn ii.ai,
TXvtded in In ar aw-re put -, wJ bs ef red tar Sal at
Ihia taaad m w!1 kaewg it it f .la.bir Sid,1rv 1, A.,
and t ea-4 t a 'ai.f-r io4 at i A Hi I - , eaa
ke m&M C of a ey ajf ea woitnl (i it per ailaw
Haa. TUVi OF H1X Tin per rent "t ts pun- a Msey
wiii be r 4 ur-4 ia be paid to ca. CVt bla rv tn aeredtiMf
, tvo, tje al4 iL-uf yar. A B"ti ptyatile ta baak,
hwisf t-Urrwi f ua date. L1 prruHia rw by wdl' be
reqaited as ! tw (rat and a 4-r raWlavd fur Ike
pavaMCl ef !1 U.;LAT A CM Kirf,
k. A. (iuw.l, AaclVneee. UiailetaaL
K. -tue pfrwriy wull bese'd ptoair- Tse
'. i te ptarebaa Us wtuiia wi I p eaae at-y I-ue
U. Pu-uiev, lH.,al M aacabiare', f taa, or by krwe 'wee e4
te xir care jaatl ti
FOE RENT. Two Comfort-
aide ofTIr ap hUmiur. Rwum v .
laiey orcopied by W. H. Crstcher, on College street. Apply
at No S3 Broadway. janlS .
rs5a- OToTPr-ThiTmembers of
lra3-4 KIDGKI.T EN'CMPMBT. o-l LO.O. .,
are hereby oo'ad Ih si their regUar meetBg win tako
plack on Wedi eda.y the 16:hiasUnl. St. H. BAttKV, -janlA
Scribe jvv tern.
XfyS ITotice.- Persons having plans
' to sohra.t tor the New r--oiJ Hoo-e, eerser
of Surrrmrr sol Lid-! rtrerta, aill rk-a'e hsnl item tn o
it em m
either of the omlen t. netl, en or e f ee Monday the 3 ts in
stant. . . A H.kti,
1 r MOKGAN,
. Jan. 12 . K. J M0RR13
r?w5! To Printers. We have for
aWi.'aVJ raK a tarve oinsntity rf Type, seme ef It
nerly new includ era vanety of J Of TYPE, and iacb
tha' wrn die s li'abie f r a enntnr rew paper onVsv Also
a grod MAN 01 NG HKt.v, it!i bard- bim prewing h-s
com pie t. All of wh ch wdl be dispoaed of on very reason
W e hare a'si se-eral hundred pound of old t' p-, which
we wilt sell to arh'n at a barium if appctii n i axad
oon. arl-tf - t.MUH, iH-KUAN A CO.
OmCK NASUTILT.R LI"IIT CO, j
Jixciax .th. lSCd. 1
A dividend of Five ter cent
for the pist t'x n orithn waa de Iirvd. and
mds payable to the St ckhcl It r afir 'he 10th int
jan lm - J A H. H. KEMDUICK. rec'y.
For the Holidays I
T00Zf NELSON & CO., 44 Union it.,
VVTOCLD call attention to th.ir stock, consisting of a va
V v riety of
For all e.a--st ; but especially for
THE YOUNO FOLKS,
Variety of other good-s suitable for the times.
COME ANO gEE
IIARIi:it Olt JAI AllV, 1850.
ON, NElO t CO. hava received, Harper! Vaga
line tor January, dec
HICKS' CHINA HALL.
HAVING NEARLY COMPLETED the Improvement
bis More Room, the Proprietor notifies the Publ e that
he is now receiving and o enii g one ol the Unreal and bet
Stock of Wa'e China. Gia, Ac ever present d for sale
In this citv. UU uk cou in part of
Rich Dinner etta, raogiug ia price to f 00
" Tea Setts " " iOO 00
u Charr.be- Srtts " 150 00
Te'.e a tete tfetta " V5 00
Kl.gin China Vase - " StX 01
Togeher with every variety of To'lette ami Pancy Waree
a wel aa a heavy and weil aort-d alok o' common gwt
f it the wholesale traile An cxaininauon of the stork ia re
quested c4t lm A. II. HICK 3.
II 91 OVAL.
WALL PAPEE ST0EL
From Market Street to
Tio. 29 PIULIC saiMiir,
rARGS amnrtment k-pt constantly on hand, cheap for
e C sh. Country Merchant supplied oq lav arable lermi.
CL0SISG S..LE3 OF BOOKS-
A f It. PR TT will sell for a few evenings more before going
i 1 fir: her .-'outh.
Bargain may be expected Uii evening, Jan. 1t, ISM.
janl DKSJ. t. SUIKLDA.
A GOOD DrIXLlNO H CIC IN tlWrPIELT).
Al.o Twi HooTii over Hamlin and Morgan's,
No. !4 Cherry St.. Nashville.
Apply to R. A. BALLOWP. OenT Agent,
janl No. IT Deaderick tureet.
OnPFR for the Sewar.ee Cn's Coal msv he left at HICK'S
CHINA HALL, Vrth si te of the .-quare. All orders
left th?r will he filled on the f'ioirin dv. Large Lump,
92 rents: Fcreen-d Lump, IS cents; fine IS cents; Run of
the Mine Is cents pr ru-hel.
The Coal is ail weiirhrd, an-1 cnti'mers are sure of getting
what they par f r at the Jk-wance Cu's Vsrd, J ining the N.
A C. Kail; o.d Depot. dciS9 lwdawtlfeb
ItOOTS! IKMITS: HOOTS!
rn AVE received a roost extensive and well assorted stock
Gentleman's Knots, thebi I have ever hd of WATKK
PROoP D il'Ill.E-M)LK, H WKI.T. WELT, and THICK
fULK, of the trt maim acture and faniO!iBLB make.
Gent's Super Piench Culf l)rea Boots at the very lowest
price. Jet 29 J JOHN RAUAGK.
decS9 at for sale by CHARLES W. PMITW.
TBI partnervhip between the andersigned, in the name
anu style of J. M. (Vabui y A 0 ., waa dUsolved by ma
tual consent on the 81st nit. Kittier of us will attend to tbe
aetlliDg up of the bu-iness of tlie late firm.
J. M. 8FABCRT,
II. 8. PEaCH.
jan2 If T. J. SAABLRf.
N E w"1Fl R I .
j. sr. IH H V A- If. rEACIl,
he forme. I a partnership under the name
and S'yle of T. J. Seahury A Co , and taken the stock
i d s'and if J. M. Peabury A C-., Iu Coper hlock,
'herry street; ami announc to thrir friends and the public.
'hut they are prepare I to exrcot e-ery deacr tption of work
n the Pl.L MHING B(.'81M. in re ntt a d moat sub
stantial mniD r. They wilt al-o f irnih and Bt np Gaa P.z
mim In the h nd.oniet s ylrs. Ihcy reap-eifully solicit a
i hare of publ c patronage. f Jan. e
f.riTO. VI ion.
S. No. 4'W. llcKl
K ' " I
" 7iki S J
(per cent off.
TIRMS. I'ni'er 2 hes. Ca-h.
25 to fH 44 60 du.
over CO " 4 monlh.
W. H. GORDON A CO.
DJ 33 W
CAMPBELL & C0BB.(
o. 4Q niltKKT VrilLLT.
a tbi rcouu iucaaa
ARE now receiving aud opening a eaiefblly
selected t'ortt ,f
CUIXA, GLA?ri. PLATVD, BHITANMA and JAPASEO
Wi K ID;
' joking GIasea, Solar Lamps. Candelabraa, fto , ke ,
hict. thry eS.r to Merchxnia and other at the most ree
n ible rate .
Tho.e w,-h ng to pu'ehate ar reiuestd toeill and iam -i
our stm k, as we intend to keep a good assortment
We wll t-.ke In en hauge, Rags c her and Ginseng,
th- ht.hrst market p he.
Vholrale & Retail (oafectionfrs,
Xm. 4 5 l"l.- STREET,
rX AVE on ban I a very chi-e aMor'ment of Candle of
1 all kinds Cakes u. Prerea, Pes lee, Catsape,
rdiU'S, fcrjLdy Kruiu, Pie Fru.t-, Fine Apple, Orange,
pl-a, and every thiug of the kid utually kept ia Com j
They also deal In Wlnfi n l Liqnsrt, Ala, CM sad
. oatoco, of th very ba.1 1 ran- a.
Their Bakery is one of the brt la th Weeteea eoenbry ;
td thry are prepared H furmah fresh L1M art ad aad
racke a of th t ett quality at Ik : low mt o'je.
FAETLXS, WEDDINGS, BALLS, Ac,
arnUhed by them on tlte shortrei ootu , with Cake, Con
etlt narie. to., Ac, in t'ie kiitheat style of the art.
Mr. Lonhurst. who haa ch-rg. uf ih lanu etnrtng De
ortmrnt, haa rveetved eeverai Lluloma to New Vera, tor
a beat ait.clt ia hi- line, eihihited at Sttta Pain, and t
ie of th mat skd tul Untccuouers ia the -nuairy . all
i W. EAKIX & CO.
TATE receive! . I.OMfiT l ine Of M ll.L
1 iti.(Ki:n .viauuiii Piiir.
th Unre adl-tioaa of ottter SKAliuXAB.t bOOOS,
! aich Bk thetr
A i-en I advanced th.y wi.l el eat aS their
VIS'TKR ",'., Con.istini; of a si l-oitiJ aaortmeal ui
ftPJ-S ItllMMt-Gj, UAMLIS, I LOAH3, HtL-),
AKET.', Ac, Ae ai relu.-t prices. de- liw
V Ar ft . AHA, l: VI A
TAVS lost received elekt Piaae for; niT j
A have rveral on lb w , and w H keep r jbc T;Z J
n-tautiy oa band a food autanl of jt V f(Sj j
eh tnstn -menta as W41
SPEAK TOR TH2KSSLTX8.
'ry Pwie tert sid by a shall be warranted la every
- ur m :-. i.. i- a--&. li tH . t
at of a su;-ii-r in Irame. t, to f es a eai: ba. f t
.u-.t. i-rs tti . K. wais
O F A U C T I O X S ALE,
j W I N 3 to the iacie.-eo.-v of th- weather, Ihe sale adveew
' i-i te la. pie -e ea the 17 b in. ant, al tae re-nlrao.
Msj K. A. Barbe, five ai f oat 'b. cty, " e Uyde.
rrv t-cp k, u pu. powed a,ui Itu mUj, It h ifcrtaal
jani.-4 l TUl f.j, Aac k -.
II L J
II I I. If N
j I T I-L imi f "V Tr. l s, A v f'i . aod o-.ter wk
' m wt.b te Mi! H.-oi. sal V Uwaar d e, ef svery da
' ivt"a al aisi-ttoa, rrawvt aewava, tor t.h. If (.,
. e e te taa. lit ppr rer id. . ti . uid at pub
avrltra with -ha t .
Prras if a I ais paUleser a I bin three da tier aa!a.
. Cott.ua en 'a private Mieh.d swt(n lo - -i 1t
Ai f , icaia maie be Lberal advaare. aa ui.esi
t. V e &Wi WU1 r sUd ea mt eve ae-mat.
ttJ. F. K-dE L-a,
Srl Agfnt, ti FbUe f t ra.
TS tsliTille Fceisl.0 Academy.
CHR ttlt frr WiJ (wsouar. Il-IMI, J.4V tlst.
Aioeaing a d AtsrvH arewn, Alt vial exp-rv awid
t -aer La a I dVpurutbrnia of V u a. Ample prwv-ae
ai tor ifce p -a.nt ad bi h."i iim w ) la, a 3
. . tar 'bNt-r !, auun u, r.iU! haa.
, ja'.-l C 9. tiUOTT.
TVYT reeeived, aaotiiae ravuatw f V C Jo"a, ear Ma
. jetWTBs aad ol be I xbtky, ()aue) J, H, fckULU
AtwDmcr orTHXiiririiicA-rco'CT. ,
W. T. BEKRVA: CO. have Just recei .ed
A NEW EDITION
THE REPUBLICAN COURT;
O R, " J
Americfjj Soc'ety tn th days of Varticya.
v arrra w. akiKwoui.
IUt Twenty. One Portrait, of DiiticgaUbe Wjmeo,
"Xht,,0' " V'" T WorUrton, Cooler.
fee7-7w h!?;' '-buil Walbone sn-l other ea!
lempov ary Paintrra. One vuL 4to. Antique Morocco.
- Mra. W ASH1X GTON, , fi,e of er rcarrisre, trem
Wootton-s famrnis potrait at Arlington Ilooee
. r. WIT LIAM PUF B, nK? ter of Lord SlerKng, Mother
of Judga Pner, Pr- sioVat Poer, 1c.
Ura. ALEXANDER HAMILTON, uMe, of fl,
ler.from a pt,e p infed in h.r ,Wrnty -Bth TMf.
" -W.'F Payne - aa painu by
Proart, J t aft her mar-lag.
Mr,. WILL, AM fj. nmi dacgttevcf John Adam. fro.
one of Trpley' flneet pi. tares,
Jl.VT' dfcterf Wvlr-, aad win, .r
the Bret O.Icf J:wtice a g-et beaot-.
Mr, KCFC? KING. . '.0?h,er , f TVm. A'p, ,a4
of Ckarlca K n. James G K ne. John A. King .
Wn. RALPH IZ ARf, ot South Caro-ina, an aunt of Biaton
DeUneey, of the tate Jlr. Fenimo. CKpr, Aa.
Mrs. JAM?BEKM.N. grandmother of B Jaaoea W
Beekman, a fa'hionah e Nrw Trk dame of 1T;.
Mra. JOILN ADAM9. one of -he most celebrate ladieasf
W age for taler U and influence. f
Mra. 1IARRI-)N g ftAY OTI (the eWer)a faaons beaa
from one of tarne' masterplecea.
Br. RirnAKD C4TOV, daajrht-r cf C.r!e Carr-fl, and
-other of the Uucheai .X Lee, HarcHioneM cf W.lib.,
'Udy ?Uff rd,ie.
MrHUOM A5 M RAXPOLPH, daughter cf ThomM J
taV- b' JOhn --.
Mra. lisxar PniLLIP3, d.urhterof ,h. eetebratl fcd
Mrv. WILLI Vf BKfWASI. daughter of Tho. Wirfcf
l I-nlm therof Lord ahb..ton-a rnspigc., 5 ,
-rty year. .t the head of th. Jg
Mr,,HEOnORE DGWICK, of ,he Pwi,h,
Ik' ' "" "Wtk" - C M. '
Mr. EDMrXD C. GCXT. d.h-er of Oov. Geor W-
of Mr. Wa.hirgton.-tbe nlre,rt
The MA.CHIOSEM r-TRCJO, dau.h.f CMefJ.tie.
ZlVT" f DOk' "
Mra CHACXrET f-OODniCU. ,.ght,,ef Go-, -goto.,.
n?.M!!!rrt'?it" ,h' -"'-H fnr there dt ,
or WahingtoB, pre-nt n une,ua'Wd OtLLIir nm '
to the hra,w collection of British Be.Be. n ,he R, I 1
Chane. the Pirst, at the P,, of na,p, S.
entire volume, mo.tr.trt i, by the , J
n Ped richne and ele.ance. take- rank at tn. b.dlr
. -Fi"- ot in. nste of the people of the neon!. e
h. M.I .Ufes. The of - ,tZXZ"
I to give aa In er-st Dg an I fitl,rnl -t .v. . .
Ret rrin, briefly p.t ,, , ,
Jace. the .rea. ch .r.Me.-s ,.f ,h e in thelr
nectione-ln th, r..-w, r.U -.om and theatre-i. aot
d.r.p.,ae . , detjils ef er,.-Jp
ee. parteular narrative, of Prciden. icW
W T. n, thrrugh th, Ea lern .ut., M iu
P...dea, le and o. the fu:,ent toe, ti,rc.gk .b. Cartci
ati, w.th the Impclng anil .0,harSti
Charleston, Augusta, A.;.
Jr Porsleby . T. RIKRY A CO.
Cooks and sililonTr "
J otia Torls. cb'co.,
Corner Uaiou and Cherry .t, Cppoaiu Ban of Teaa.,
, .I'.i1'!, U B M"r " Beeva.
Wbles Hymn Bocks B ank Book,, Bank Cheek, and Nob.
Book.; Pteamboal Books, Rail oad Eeceipu aa. Blank,
of every kind.
Book, bound, and Blank Books mad, to order at abort ao
lice. Utter, Footacap, , Paper and In velp, Gold aad
Steel Pen. of th. beat q iality; Ink Sand a d 8ad Boxaa.
Harper-. Mag-am. pi B..ckw.l, M-giaina S
ftntmU - U-'irharg Review
lunt's Merchants' w.g.'n, 8 L. .4 n Qrlr 1
" 8 -mn-te"Ke?e.:" I
Chamber1. Journal w
And all other Magaaine. and Xewipapera.
It I. our intention to keep cooatactly eo hand ihe moat de
sirable of the
KXW P-BLICATIOXS AKD STAJTDABD 100X1
COLORED UTHIM4KAPH8 ASO ENGRAV1XG8, With
Gjt Prtmea. Gilt Frames to suit sny Pictnr.mad. lo order.
ie- Goods! New CooJs! -A.
C. it A. li. BEECH
A,1"1''1'' " UrI9 et rds, especially tot th.
Wlot.r I r.d.
We have a good asorttrent of all k'ads of
InPiik, Cashmer. ad Uelainea, entirely n.w. Also, a Ian.
aaaorlme-i of 1
'I in m.tiic;.j
In Molr. saUqoe and M .s. We hire a larg. lot of aev
JJ, th.t, '. Ak. a lart. lot of LAD! IS' am MIS-
Carpets and Curtain Goods.
W hv a Ure h,t ol Carpets, hairs and Malta, whjcti w.
w-p-e-a ly invite all a ho ire lo wai.tof such goo. a to grv aa
a call be .i buying.
In a'l.UM.a to li e above we have a ar lot ef all kind, of
goctU and all w as- I- a r,r.fj rxiroiuatioo of our stcck
at fo. 4 Culle. . d-. ti J A C. A A B. BAICH.
Piano Tortes ! Piano Fortes ! !
I V E now have ( So. U ColU-.o .i. ) frora -j -,
v the Manufactory ( Uht, aw.n A Cl-jmr"""
Bradburv, U. Wme-ter. an 1 lia.ncs A Brt K" iC'Cl
of New York, a Bne aa-ortment of Piano ' J
Fortes; lo a critical examination of which w. particwiarty
k" ,r"fcH,r -Wurs aad ail lover of M.we. To those
who want a s pence inst. umeot, we a-y, do not fail te sail
ami sr. n tx-for you puntae.
W. A R. FBEIMA5.
TO THE PUBLIC."
TtN, Tt" auder Hiiied would re-pert fa rry aa
hia! oun-e to hrs fritodj, and th. ctlun. of
NaabvJle and vic.nity, tht b baa retorncd lo the elty for
the purp-i ef pursuing h e profveion ; and that he haa aa
sociateJ with h m, tic taL ot-d Artist. Air. F. Avoerrra
Wdk ; and be 6-e.a aatarvd, from ther snccea. la an
other Blew, that th-l. effort in thctr prefcaiioa aaanot fail
te be received wiOi favor by the lover, of artio Tunicate.
JOHX W. DOWt
5avoi, Tee. 14, H'5.
Photojrap-uc Hiniatura Portraits.
Mr.RS 1-oDtiS A WENPKKOTil would BHtke know
lo the eitiien generil, that they have taken mom
ov.r "Il--ks thma U til,'' North side ef th. Fabtw Braarf,
and ar now prepared 'oeT.euie (In aihliiion lo Vlmalaree
oa Ivory) Hen. w PHOfU,K.tPliC HlMAIL'RR PORT
RalTH. Ibra Ptctarr are from Locket U Cbt el vise,
lirg handwme ernameots fr th. Parlor. They pomisa th
fMtiruloe ef tee M vr, w th tha evprrashia and ccAurlog
ef kt, and re v -et-Uy jmrm utnntt.
Palat-d Pb4- g pbK p- .of vanoet use, tak.a f Da.
pawrre tvp, k arompant. d with a dVawriptlna f the
ip'ex on, euliir of th t)r hair, dree, te. 8pecinaaaf
the -Ut'ft ityks, painted aad plain, can bex.mlaed at
IHA A. STOUT,
A V C T 1 O X 12 E R,
l t It i: 0. 40 I IlfMT SH.,
doon -rem Pallia Square, HASSTIX-LZ, Tea-,
U' ILL a all kiayt af pmMtty fee th WaeSl of Um
wanting aa Aoe i u. recond band Farwunrv,
nd ad tM-f periti propery, okl aa I ttiiie rqar.
AMU, Megroee knl pofciiHy Mj.lislakbi. "I'l siliad
sees al aa aa t- m l-e e aa:v ot l-avWtea, ki Uu oity, at
private beeaca, and ea fern. Tav kta,
Gl.tlft At. AOI M f-rtba hi, aaie and pw
iksrssl M'grwe ; toe tne seii'Q., ret ting, ivaatng aa4
pwe -Mirg bf raal .! H)L'T A CO , Ma ad.
Proa I 8J dm frrm Pwnrlcrqaae.
CW.I UAL At- I SC't ioe li. eciuwUsf ef
I ef eSaiBfc. tikaal Mtnl ,nHarM, M sieaet
paid ever aa mm a i. lvl f a iu, No aa, '
t 'wl st., 1 1 joor trvtm raku coar.
r. i: i. i ri.i.i n.i:i x otiiCE.
I a-U of ad kuMia tnq nnt tar, bv
d i Ui f A , K- Re. 4.
Frobt at , 4 1 .- bvm PuWe Iaa
LoiM.irt n itnintnnrfli cr ao
rtlY 6nd it t tner alvao at ei at
arutT A CU'S, .Ha. 44,
Front M . Id duor aroic Public 8iar.
XV A X t r. It .
4 COOK. VYrea Iron, a;
t - b-vh-ota 11 so U yaartaf agaj
t Vjrj t r fu N arwua;
1 .cg re Mwauui Ar ttmue erv aat.
Ikar'OI( II I III;
I a. I Wawtih;
1 Vvrre Tavm wwl;
1 i. gre U rl 1 jar ef
I kav. J OU IIPXT
4.vrri m-im . ai4 Lute,
Ikav Ult H I 1.1
atw aaj lxa ia S ' .'.4-id sal Sahvi ta.
uir A to, be. 44,
j li Froct sr., 44 Aor traaa Pu ie 4t)ear.
i-.ui;f ?i ac ii ix H
12 A l i: 11 O V la .
nm tu H)i'U Ktyp kNLf tv-t taiNa compact
A B lie? masiB i H jii lrrd t'o. a wek a v--v
o usi- ;w- ?UUl'ili) M-CU..M. Bat A K ; -.
Ail r pi y 4;!J. n u ww-.i a. st rate, i j
JU!(X t. fcn'l v.-'-A.-v, Pr id.iu.
tjtf ',) a. AS Cv-:rvii .,. Lji, t N