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Boston Post (Newspaper) - February 23, 1867, Boston, Massachusetts Published daily numbers 40 and 42 Congress Street Boston by Beals Greene and company. Volume Ember 47. Saturday morning. February 23. 1867. Price four cents. Terms. Daily a a 3ing onto the Boston Post per annul to Advance. Fix it cents. Boston press and Post. and thursdays at it per Annua. One a a i payable la Advance. By my Latnaya and weekly pm Waal to Frt Aye at $2 a year to Advance. Circulation the Boston Post to not surpassed la extent by any commercial re Aper to the United Sites. Advertising. Gumul flu fits per Tine a a a matter each Wetton Arter the nest. First insertion 14 cents per Tolje. miters a Arft foe Amis ordered on Secor d Pace Ai d cum no per cent additional. There Are 14 Hies in the space of an Inch. A Medina Ute Tervo each insertion per Tine 25 cents. Editorial a Duce of Union Type each a user ton per Hue m acts. But of charge less than one Dodar. Advertisements to weekly at same rates. Beals Greene pc cxi., publishers note 40 anal 42 Mcgrew Street Taataai insurance. Marine and fire ins Ranee. Not life Boston insurance company. With a capital Stock of $300,000, Cost True to insure Marine and fire risks not exceeding �?�30,000 any Ante risk. _ p. W. Freeman president Wash bark Secretary. Office. No. 02 state treet. Sawaf d30 Quot fire Evsi Runce co. It Espiti. .s, _ directors George a. Curita f cabs. L. Hayward Robert Codman William Parker Amos i uncut nos Franklin Evans Carml e. King. Bankers. Calvin w. Haven Gardner p. Drury . a Inger Stephen Tilton David w. Williams Solomon h. Howe we. Fox Richardson Henry Hastings h. A a a a a Johnson. John <7. Hay Den. Real estate. Plantations for Sale or to let. Thye plantations in Mississippi a a 1400 agree each Wel a located and oth Riog Good u of cements to parc Baseera or to Coots. For particulars apply to j. A Bedford. A a him he a duet new f 22 Parmer a Lyman nos. 15 and 17 Portland Block Chicago 111. Meal estate bought and so la of commission mortgages negotiated and estates of non residents managed. J. Mason Parker. Thomas Lyman. Reference. Messes David Sears Jorz Quncy a. Shaw Peter c. Brooks or. W m. R. Robeson of Boston. Messes Chas. A Biroc g Conte b. Satterlee. Gouverneur Tilotson Gerard w. Morris of new a Ora. I Utheim to let do Biratte front chamber 221 Washington Street suitable for a sat jobbing business. Enquire of . Meri Ilam a co., 221 Washington Street. Room to. 3. Stu thu ja5 Jug or t it i k a k of Chestnut str Etc a Des Rawe House Bavlnk i a a nov in a to j at Mia. 12 a 011 duh Uius a 119 a Par a a Ano dining room on the 1st door and 9 Chambers. A up. Y to f. H. Jackson. 12 a a on building. 40 slate sum. Boston mass. Popu Model. Farm for it one of the Best Rai treats leading out of Boston about forty minutes ride a line Lanu of 24i acres a d to be Ore that bes in Mas it Chu seits bordering of a target Stream of water comprising some of the Best lard la this a Cuatro. The Teing a dark Rich Loam closely reset a inc the Prairies of ii Innis the whole divided into to wig. Pasturing and triage with a Large Wood kit. The mow ing yearly produces about 125 tons Best Quality Elena Hay the Orchard consisting of All varieties of Irule Trees in a bearing condition contains nearly w acres. There Are nearly it. Ltd Pear Trees. An abundance of blackberries. Raspberries strawberries currants grapes with other Small nug a Ibartt and highly cultivated Garden. The land having a a a Iris exposure keeps it free from frosts and makes it Val haole Tor Early crops. A Large mansion House shaded by a Beautiful Grove of Large Trees fitted with Aii the Modem conveniences and located of an Elevation or Ltd which can be seen the whole Arm and surrounding country. The Gnu around the House Are neat tasty and ornamental. Green House Bilyard House and ice House conveniently t ear the House. Large find Ai d barn accommodations for cattle and a Fine a table Tor horses. A Mcnut Lettl Supply of water in Yards Barus and stable. A too on another part of the Larry a dwelling House in perfect repair syllable tar wot Kmer. Buch an Opportunity rarely offend the Public for purchasing a gentleman residence con oiled with a profitable farm once a High state of Cynval on. For Sun Ber particular inquire of James Gray 4 sol lays building. 4t teb a a i Tuuu v. Leu. t i George a. Curtis. President. W. Lathrop Secretary. Wasly o25 Lasire your live Stock a a a a a bought and sold by Bankers and brokers Bankers. 31 Kilby and 1� Lindau streets Sumati the Hartford Lite Stock insurance comply Hartford it. Chartered capital �300.000. Incorporated by the legislature of connect not. This company now prepared to Issue policies on Uve Stock against both death and theft. At moderate rates of Premium based on an English experience of Over fifty years. Sperry a Washburn general agents for Eastern mass. Office room no. 7 96 Washington Street. Iv�?o9 Copartnership. The interest of or John Cormerais tour House ceased on the 31st Day of Deceron per last by Mutual Cottet t. Boston. Feb. 22, 1867. W. a go. In 122 War b Whitcomb and Francis l. Ban Al eld Are admin d partners in our firm dating rom Feo. 1867. The firm name will her Fetter be bit mus it fosh ismali co. Ban Field a Forristall. Boston feb. 1667. St f i9 6�bin6s amp Torrey successors to c. A Putnam a co., dealers in government securities 74 state Street Boston. August 7-30s exchanged a Fob a a sos of 1865. Premium paid for a a sos of 1863, in Exchange for ��-20s of 1865. Stock a by Bonde Brachl and sold on com min won i the Stock Exchange Board. Tf-ja4 dun0an. 8herman 00., Bankers Corner Teine and a a a a a a treets. Now York. K Gib Exlar notes and letters of credit Fob traveller a Vallarie Inal i the principal cities of the world. -1140 m Ragan tile credits or Nee in Europe China a. A a a a a Hall Iutin amp ii Erzfeld. Broken in Stockt cold a a. 8. Securities Morrisn Exchange and nolo. 28 Broad St. Corner Exchange place. Of new York. Kevins a co., general commission merchants and negotiators of business paper my 29 milk Street. To miscellaneous. Lea amp Perrins celebrated Worcestershire sauce. Pronounced by Cohnos Steubs to Baths a Only Good sauce a and applicable to Eye by Arieti a or Copartnership notice cop Aitner it ship heretofore existing Between the subscribers under the firm of h. F. Marsh a co., this Day dissolved by my Nul consent. Thea Pairsot the late firm win be settled by b. F. Marsh. H. F Marsh Boston feb. 1,1sg7. J. W. Hodgdon. A ii. A a a a a a a nil Tai m what of a e. A very yes nimble county residence near the depot Churles am within 3fi Miles of Boston. Tvs estate o stains tight acres of Lan 1, in a High state of cultivation a Choice variety of Fra it. A two Etory House of modern construction con dining 13 . Gas . Water hot and cold and every Modem improvement fhe House about seven years old Ana Cost Over $12 a. A Fine stable u.\3i. With cellar Carriage House be House a. Fax Cen ent water at the Bouse and stable. This a beaut ten 1 estate for any Gentie Nuin in easy Circum Sianez. A Bhutto graph of Bui pigs cart be been at Ortice. Price $8c.c a sold Cash and balance to suit. Inquire of James Gray. �t it t soot Lay a building. To let furnished a on Beacon a Trecet a very desirable Hoase opposite the Garden with stable Lor one year for m july 1. Teb7. F. H. Jackson i 21 Popli 12 Union bin idling to state Street. Sci a Verv Long lease Tor improve . A very valuable estate on Chat my Street. 65 feet Trout by in feet la depth. The above will be let in one lot or divided to suit Tei ants. J Ames t. Eldredge Fettet Itas Maxim 23 Congress Street. A off in in Sra test. For lease. Centrally situated. Le.-. First class Varna water and Gas arrange me to. Apply at once lebn�?ia5t a. H. Warren. It merchant Exchange. To let a part of a Larr Brick Bohning Well lighted and he fee by steam with from 10 to to h use a sewer. Situa de in , n. Т�., on the Hudson Biver Nad a Cut 14 Miles by rail from new York Day Well adapted Tor Mac none shops or other purposes. Apply to Chas e. Griswold lib isl w 169 water Street. New York. A to a a Bower floor and cel or of store Ioc Broad Street each Fluor containing i834 it affect. Wifi suited to it me wholesale grocery produce or other heavy of . Apply to a a bib ep2w Fosi Kkt a a a a Lor. 115 Broad Street. Land Fob the landless Homes Tor the industrious Des ring accurate into ration a relation to land. Arm Home in a i pans of the Sott thees will get Taxa be Tefon Riata n from a gentlemen who has no connection with any land a it Ray by addressing correspondent a a a a a Box 467, jal1- Geo. H. Chapin a co., a abm agents office no. 20 Scollay a building. By built under the firm name of h. F. Marsh amp co. At the old stand. 1/ and 19 Coruth. H. F. Marsh. Boston feh. 1, 1867. Ft8 or h r y f. La m b Ert this Day admitted a member of our fir in. With an interest in our business dating firn january 1, 1867. Tittle Gaffield a co. Bosted feb. 16,1867._lw_t in Arrhe Copartnership heretofore existing Al Between the untied signed under the style of browsing. Chyroh a co., at nos. 249 and 253 was in gun Street this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. Charles a. Browning Anu Albekt. Gage Are alone authorized to use the name and Settle the affairs of the firm. Signed c. A. Browning c. A. Church. E. A. French a. S. Gage. Aug the it Ders ened will continue the Bustness under the style of Browning g a e a co. A. Browning a. S. Gage. Boston feb. 20,1s67. 2w feb21 ff3he firm of Sprague a Tapp an this Day Dos a solved by Mutual cod9edl either of the general partners signs in liquidation. For Sprague general John h. A. Tartan partners. A 1lliam Sprague special partner. Boston january 31, 1867. Prances sub ague will Conr Iune a general auction and Tom Teflon business and also Deal in Dumke , under the name of Francis Sprague a c >., at nos. 11 and i3 Central Street. Boston february 1,166t. John h. A. Tappan will continue a general commission business Inch dog Dundi e goods under his own August 7-30�?Ts exchanged for july five twenties at favourable rates. Extract of a letter from a medical gentleman at Madras to his brother at wok Cestis May 1351. A Tell Elsaa Perrins that their Saco highly esteemed in India and in my opinion the t palatable Well the most wholesome uce that dish. The Success of this most delicious and unrivalled condiment having caused Many unprincipled dealers to apply the name to of urious compound the Public respect Feuly and ear Ottily requested to see that the names of Lea a Perrins Are upon the wrapper Label bopper and bottle. Manufactured by Lea at Perrins. Worcester. Boston Post. Saturday morning. Feb. 23. 1867. Contents �?0� the b0st05 statesman and weekly Post Foa the Wax Friday feb. 22, 1867. Ellot Bill the Connecticut canvass the question of licensing reconstruction in Louisiana soldiers Lor office Etc. ���������0����-letters from Maine new Hampshire Mexico and Rome. Congressional proceedings the Massachusetts agricultural colleges the civil rights Bill the reconstruction Bill Jar mor Riuz a speech. Proceedings or a Massachusetts legislature special despatches from Washington the latest news by Telegraph a All scats of paragraphs. Deaths and marriages commercial matters finance and business shipping journal a. Prices current and weekly review of the Boston Market a full reports of the cattle markets of new England. 49�?otbe statesman and weekly Post published on fridays at two dollars a year in Advance. Clubs taking five or More copies in the package will be supplied at one Dollar and a half. John Duncan a sons. Ol7�?wasly new York. Avenge for the u in ted Stales. Brewster Sweet amp co Jaie no. 40 state Street of Lodge amp Hills family grocery 54-Bromfield St.-54 Boston mass. Name Boston february 1, 1867. At nos. I and a a Central Street. Pm Al Copartnership not i Copartnership hereto Cre existing Between the subscribers under the firm of Kurtz. Swallow a coffin this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. The affairs of the late firm will be a Eturea by Hiles c. Kurtz who alone authorized to use the name of the firm in liquidation. Charles c. Kurtz Gnu. Swallow Boston Jan. 22,1867. John ii. Coffin. Charles c. Kurtz will continue the business of the late firm of Kunz. Swallow a Collin at no. 59 milk Street under the firm name and style of Charles c. Klutz a co. Charles c. Kurtz. Boston. Jan. 22, 1867. Pm ia23 proposals. So $23.000 St. Louis 6�?T Harbor improvement due 1866. For Sale Al favourable rate. Brewster Sweet amp co 40 state Street. The proprietors of this establishment will always keep on hand a general assortment of Choice family groceries foreign and Domestic fruits teas. Wine. English pickles. Sances. Conserves jellies. Ate., ate. Pare Coffee. Ground fresh every Day. Orders called for when desired and goods delivered to any part of the City. The Spring elections in the states begin with new Hampshire on the second tuesday in March. Connecticut follows on the first monday in april and Rhode Island on the first wednesday in the same month. The vote in new Hampshire a year ago was follows Republican.35,137 democratic.30,491 rep. Maj. In Connecticut the vote stood Republican. Democratic. 4,656. .43,974 .43,433 rep. Maj. 5ii in Rhode Island the total vote for governor a year ago was 11,178, and no opposition was made to Gen. Burnside. Of Joe sons cur whole attention g Ven to the Purchase f a me and suburban residence. Of and sate of Jae h. B. Ward no. 2 court Square Boston agent for the Purchase Sale and leasing of real estate and Jiebao Viator of mortgages. Personal attention Given to the collection of dividends interest and rents. Refers to a. Lev Tett sat Torso Ali. Hen. James m. Sente Hon. Geo. R1u1-Ardbon. Daniel Sara cot in rib. John , or. Mikgo Viator of mortgages and agent for the Purchase Sale and leasing of real , 17 City Exchange. Devonshire Street. Amory a a. h. Beal Esq. J. T. A. J. 8. Levering Esq., Barlee g. Loremz Esq., Jamesc read a a Franklin have Esq., messes Gardner Dext a a a a a. I. French 60 Washington Street Boston agent for the Purchase. Sate and bearing of real estate. A a a a store and land to Boston and Vicinity bought and a sold on 1 Anera terms. Neco thafor of nates and Mort a in particular Atie ution p�1d to the Oare of real take. Collect in of rents dividends Ana to a term of years a desirable Corner estate a on Federal meet. Apply to j. French no. W was Tortor. . On___1 a office of the new Orleans Jackson and great Northern railr04.d Orleans Jan. 14, 1867. Public notice hereby Civen that bids will be received uni the it of april next for the lease for a term Dot exceeding thirty years of that portion of this read North of Canton miss., to the Tenor sure River a distance of 20j Miles. Including All surveys grading masonry and other works already done with All the unpaid subscriptions of Stock on that portion of the Road. The contractors or levees to bund equip and run the same in conformity with the regulations Ana Uriel of the new Orleans Jackson and great Northern Railroad. Any further information can be obtained on application at the Othee of tee company no. 44 Carondelet Street n. Or leans. By order of the Board. I�23 Lap g. T. Beauregard president. Stock companies. Ryphe new York Central rail x Koal company Tail scream a office , january 25th, 1867, Seth Semi annual directors of this company Nave declared a Semi annual dividend of three per cent. On the capital Stock thereof free of the United states income lax. Payable on the twentieth Day of february next. Dividends in new York will be paid at the office of Duncan. Sherman 4 co in a Banyat the Albany National City Bank. The Transfer books will be closed at the close of business on thursday fhe thirty first Day of january in Riant and be reopened on the morning of saturday the Twenty third Day of february next. E. D. Worcester treasurer. Lan.vj_was1f2ij_ special meeting of the stockholders of St. Clair Coal com pan y will be held at the office of Gro. Stearns 19 Doane Street Boston of saturday March 2d next at 11 of clock a. M., to consider and the doings a the directors in respect to the debts affairs and property of the corporation. By order of directors. Feb6 febl6,22,mh2, g. Stearns clerk. Mixen Ward amp co. Bankers no 20 Congress Street government loan agents. U. S. Securities bought and sold. All kinds on hand ready Lor immediate delivery at the Low est Market prices. Interest allowed on deposits. Deposits of Gold and currency subject to Check at sight. Collections made promptly on All Parte of the Union. Orders for stocks Bonds and Gold executed on commission Tor Cash Only. Of jy2 myl9 Lodge a Hill. Samly paints and oils. Drugs medicines Dye stuffs Quot window Glass. Agents for Forest River amp Warren Lead cons crafts a Williaims Boston Noe. 5 f2 and 6 commercial a Barf. S4w�� Quot fire insurance company. A special meeting of the stockholders of he Eliot Fol no. F. G. Barnes a co., 18 City Exchange. De Toad la pro Street peat. Estate boo Tefis. Personal attention Given to the Purchase Sale a cd leasing of Bouse store in Boston and Vicinity and the pm met Oeh Effion of rents dividends and interest to tnlil5_ for Sale residences on Friia Mut Avenue Hanson. Pembroke. Brookite get Springfield Trimont Milford. Rutland Square and o net Choice localities by f. G. Barnes it co., of 18 City Exchange. A for Sale Newton Corner and Newton vibe set me very Choice Esi Ziesat bargain apply to i a sting of the stockholders of the Eliot fire insurance company will to held at the company a rooms no. 63 state Street. In bf6ton. On wednesday february 27, 1867, at of clock p. A. For the to Lowine purposes j 1. To see 51 the corporation will accept an of the Lygis lature passed feb. 1?, Lef. Entitled a an to authorize Theka of fire inst a Nee company to increase its capital Stock and Lor other purposes a a 2. To see if the Corporal Ion will change the Par value of its shares provided in said . 3. T it see if the corporation will increase its capital Stock in pursuance of said . Ano it to to what amount. 4. To transact any other business that Mav come before them. By order of the Board of directors. William m. Lathrop Secretary. Boston feb. 19.18s7. T27th 119 a Republican stockholders of a red Boltan institution Are hereby notified that the annual meeting of the corporation for the Choice of officers and Tor the transaction of any other bus.ne win be held at the Parker House on monday the 4tn of March next at 4i of clock p. Joh n fames rec. Sec. Boston feb. 18,166�. Stoi f8 Triton insurance creditors of Triton insurance co. Under politics Are notified that a d dividend will be payable on and Arter monday 18th Proximo at the office or William Rice no. 2�?Tchange Avenue Between the hours of 10 and 12 of clock m. 118 Bankers to. 24 Rue de la Palm Paris France a and no. 76 state Street Boston. Dealers in foreign Exchange. Letter of credit issued noon on Paris House and every facility and information furnished those visiting Europe. Reference % Nathaniel Thayer. Esq., Boston. Gardner Brewer a a John Gardner a a a messes. Kidder Peabody a 00. A a represented in new York by messes. Geo. H. Mercer a co., jfll8__ 19 William Street Foote amp Walker 7 Congress Street amp 2 Congress so Boston Bankers and dealers in government securities. We Aee How ooh Veriha August 7-30�?Ts into july 1sqs, 5�?T20�?Ts. Bonds Opall sizes ready for immediate delivery. Compound interest notes 1864 amp bought at premiums above the face of note and compound interest St. Croix amp Jamaica rum. Ferns St. George and Hope e. D. Brandy St. Croix rum. Old Jamaica direct and via London importations of Superior Quality for Sale by Foster so Taylor d5 Mem 115 br4md Street. Amp co. I English and scotch ale. Oaf casks Milf Loop e and Bass English ale. 25u do younger Ana me Ewan scotch ale. For Sale in Bond Export duty paid. Foster so Taylor wsm3m__115 bread Street. Scotch and Irish whiskey am luncheons consisting of Ramsay a and ser Riff a of co Islay malt Paisley and Adelphi scotch and Wise a and Mahanes dish malt whiskey for Sale by Foster so Taylor Dpi wsm3m j 15 abroad Street. Bay water. Emf Kwh cases and 44 luncheons Bay water Superior awl Quality. For Sale by Foster a Taylor Sam Ltd 115 Broad Street. D8 Walmsey amp Sweet Malaga wine. Too Quarter casks Sweet Malaga wine. of 20 Quarter 45 eighth casks a Alexsey wine. For Sale by Foster a Taylor d6 Lut sism 115 Brood Street. Cognac and Rochelle brandies. �8 of f. G. Harnes a a co., 18 City Exchange Devonshire Street. Boston Penny savings Bank. Ton feb. 1h, 1867. The annual meeting of the for Sale in Broadway South Boston a valuable estate consisting of two Brick stores with Deli to new above most thoroughly built Aud in prime order or full particulars apply to p j cd Sitf 18 City Exchange Devou share Street. Prop Ert y in Charles. N3 \1% undersigned Ofier for Sale on a Orabie terms their wharf estate on Mystic River 11 Miles trom state treet. With a tront of about three Hundred feet and ext end i a it the Channel area Ai out 3u0.0w ic-1. About 65.c00 tie Etol which Are b0hd. Material for Tilting can be had at a now rate and within a few rods. I be sold to one or More lots and Wium a a Jam f Dan a 24 Oid state House ass Whf c. D. Elliott 2b Worcester Street. F24 a George w. Waters. A auctioneer and real he talk agent my no. 8 studio build a Tremont Street. A 3 City references and among the very bn3t. W Flousel w a rehoused of faces and rooms in the rtt at High medium and Low rates. Also residences Twar the r to and farms trom la to 50 Miles from Boston Ana near Railroad a tailors. Persons having such property Tor Sale lease or rent will please Call above. Mic of _ for Sale, of the most desirable and said to be elegant residences in Massachusetts. This 7.iare of 7i acres of land with a Large upon it Sint thing 15 rooms and having All the Modem improvement. H now offered for Sale with the new or Mitre and Carpe. At a very now Price. The grounds Are beautifully Laid out with in Amenta Trees Ard driveways Ana but a snort distance from the House and on this pro a try there a Fine Grove of a id and choke Trees and a Trout and skating Pond. Aii kinds of Truit upon the place Good barn and ail the necessary out a a a a a a Earli a ppm sos Quot no ii it a . Ftetl4 2w room no. 6, studio building Tremont St. For Sale-16 new and Beautiful medium size House at the West and South end. Prices under i at s8m 0 1 at �10,500 4 at u.e0u i at 12. 00 2 at 13, �?o�0 5 at 1a.vj0 1 at 22,w0 1 at 23,000 Wurte a a we places at Jamaica Plain West Ixba re Brookline. Brighton Cambridge Somerville mount Imp a Adt. Dorchester and Newton. Addly to . W. Waters. Room no. 6 studio building. Tremont Street 2w Al for male rare �10,0 0. Apply to g to. W. Waters room no. F3 to a pm Beautiful Niace at Jamaica Plain a no 2w fi3 it and very desirable furnished front a a a n Beacon Street near Somerset Toor. Apply i Teo w Waters room no. 6 studio building a Mont Street feet floor room Street. Apply of ill bos _ a a Boston Penny savings Bank Wylli be held at their banking rooms on mend a March 4th at 74 o clock p. M., for the Choice of officers and the Rran Saettone of any other out Ness which May legally come before item. W. H. Baldwin. To big til4 Secretary. Notice to Iron dealers Ano others. Of finite undersigned Are the agents of m. Treschow of linux mtg in the kingdom of Norway the manufacturer of the Iron known a the t. V. F. Iron and bearing the stamp and Trade Mark All persons Are cautioned against purchasing spurious Iron bearing said Trade Musik or a similar one nod All persons �?~ur�?Td8 d Trade Mark and not Manuia tured by said Treschow Are hereby notified that such Sale to a Traud on the rights of said Treschow and forbid Fon by Law and that the rights of said Treschow will be promptly enforced in the Coarts of my. Naylor co., Boston new York and Philadelphia. November 20. 1866. To d6 5-20�?Ts of 1862 wanted in Exchange Fob 5-20�?Ts of 1865. O24�?tf 7 a Kreas at. So 2 Congress Square. Toije eur Aid Abisai Bill limited incorporated under a the companies 1862.�?� authorized capital �1,800,000, in 60,000 share of �30 each. St Tessne. 30,000 shares and the remainder to be issued May be required Onder the Sanction of a general meeting. The English and american Bank Pale and dark 1861, and �?T65, 4, 4 and 4 in. Web. Of. Off we. Jessop amp sons 147 milk St., Boston amp 91 John St., new York sote importers of above and other brands of Norway amp swedes Iron. 15 Lotf envelope manufactory. The Hope envelope manufacturing co. Have on hand at their factory 1a4 Sudbury a Trecet. A Large assortment of the various size and colors of envelopes of their own manufacture and Are daily Matulac Ruring Large quantities of the same which they Ofier to the Trade at prices that cannot lad to suit. They Are also prepared to print or stamp envelopes in the various styles in use and to Prim cards Bill Neads. Letter headings ac., and keep a a stantly on hand a Good assortment of fret class letter note Bill. Cap and other papers. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. Lweoptmy5 n3 Colton dental association originated the use of nitrous oxide Gas to dentistry and extract Teeth absolutely without pain or no charge. Office 18 Pemberton Square. Eop3m-d22 new Orleans subscription and advertising Agency. Pc. Wharton a co., lock Box 599 new or a Lenus Post office authorized agents Tor Ell the Southern and southwestern papers. Manager e. Wharton late assistant editor n. O. Picayune and Galveston news. Tmar22 ja23 a he Union Bank of London to buy Bills of Kex change am. To Issue comm Ercla and travel Erst credits available in All part the world. Commercial credits issued for use in the East indie. China and lost Ralia. Will be on he Oriental Bank corporation of London. Further particulars Mav he ascertained on application at the office no. 63 Wall Street William Wood manager. Ceo. Burghall Watts asst. Manager. New York loth March 1866. F myi Bankers. Brokers. Elbro Dafiny a dealers in Gold government securities Railroad. Express and mining Stork. Members of the Board of brokers and mining Board will sell merchant Union sex Prev a Stock a follow �8 00 per share paid in for. »4 to 11 00 a a a a a a 7 00 14 00 a a a a 10 00 17 00 a a a a m .13 00 american Adams United states and Wells. Fargo a stocks at lowest Market rates. Orders for Purchase Ana Sale in All of above securities solicited. N. of merchants Union Stock sending Forward for Sale must endorse each receipt and att cd a Power of attorney signed i Blank except to the number of shares. A3l pm Oporto tors and Peil Voisin pipes. 350 can be Cognac brandies duty paid or in Bond. For Sale of Foster a Taylor d6 lism3m 115 Broad Street. 100 cases Claret wines and Fine qualities for Sale in Bond or duty paid Foster a Taylor lt&sm3m 115 Brood Street d6 clarets. Look cases St. Be tribe. 2000 a. Chateau la eau a Ade. 500 a a St. Julien. 350 a a Pontet Cenci 500 a a chateau Latour Blanche. 400 a a sauternes. Various kind a a. Read a Sale at a. Blanc a restaurant parris1en. Tob6 no. 4 Winter place. Of a a to the second floor and four loft of store Kab i2u my Street formerly occupied by Butler Sise i the floor room very Large and affords Excel modal Ion Tor any business rent ring an Unur Aal Teula to a rage priv to Edward i. Brown h. No. . T. Dana 12south Martet Street. A a did a a to of Lei. On Congress Street. A the stores no. 62,64 and 6b Congress Street Are to be rebuilt and Ieav de Tor a term of years. For part ten Sre a a a a a a at no. 16 Killy Street. Room 6 importer a engravings Nir if 32� Wathington Street. Apl4 to d2s a j4 2� dlr Sale Beacon Street. A nimber of new and elegant Bouses warranted first has wort in Ali the ride of the Street cease 001 a a a. P. Apthorp a co., 21 City Exco Anee. Devonshire Street first floor pf1kgast houses on Marlboro it treet Ftp a Freestone front houses on the North Side of the Street very near and in toil View Phi. Garden. They Are 28 Teet tront and Bulli in All i laths same thoroughness solidity and elegance vol Amhe to for to houses on the new land. They Hare do 2m 21 City Exchange. Devon Here Street first floor �7��.�?tthe atone building 147 milk Street. Apply it item. J Essop a son 8, on the premises. If a 7���������o��1�1� v a n n a h for saggy it a a a a a 7�s. A Saffi Mae tone a inc red a u minutes Waik of Centre Sale. Heath Are easily of Day. �27 15 rowers wharf. -=._______ a a a or Eaton of Eaton a Commerce 4.9 a Jeff in a to go if Atni and spa Doug Hall Asu re of his Oowen Toston Sirett. I t t a. A a a a a and Well Ligure i Chau a for a a re that a 2s3 or lean on Temple pm the it get Fisi ates on the South Side of 01 and a depth of 98 feet. This on a i a i of years for pm by a ii a a a a a Loti of Rove Retif. Of a a pm. 6� up articular a apply to r. B. Al de Vineto ire Street do of nip c to Jav re treet it Rel mortgages. The undersigned keeps constantly on hand first class applications for Money secured by mortgage on the Best property in Chicago Iii these mortgages Bear eight per cent interest principal and interest payable to Boston. Thev come re rough reliable agents to Chicago and make most excellent investments. Apply to John Jeffries. Jr., a _3m_17 City Exchange. Money to loan. Ood City mortgages wanted. Apply to f. G. Barnes a co., negotiators of real estate and mortgages ja26 of 16 City Exchange Devonshire Street. Mass Lvi to 80 Washington Street. Tilney to loan on first class City mortgages in Jar �s�0 Feu. Apply to James t. Eldredge. No. 2scongress Street. A a g Bank of the Metropolis 39 state Street. Foreign Exchange drawn in sums to soil on pm ii a. I Paris. Union Bank Hottin Gbur a co. J. Henry Schroeder a co. Perier Freres k co. Dahlia. Provincial Bank Ireland and its branches. Bills Udod All Points bought. To f 8 Walley a Bates Bankers so ,. No. It Kilby Street Baa on. Stocks Bonds and Gold benight and sold on commission at brokers Board. Business paper negotiated. Letters of credit issued on Bowles Drevet a co., Paris. Of f 8 Blake Brothers a co., Bank Era and dealer la exch aae. Neotia. For of Stock Aad be material paper. No. 28 state a and no. 17 Wall Street new York. Ballast and Earth for a ice of the rite noon of streets City Hall Jan. 9. I8c7.�? parties wishing to Obrain Earth for ballast or other be . guns guns guns pm k. Aaa government guns of various calibres and Aoa Usu Kimis. Every gun Wamsted perfect and to order. They have been cleaned oiled and packed in cases of Twenty each. Caps mouid6 and workers for the same. I am Eca bled to offer the country merchants a Chance Seldom met with fiend for Price list. Address _. D a. D. Puffer 38 Portland Street Boston. Dupee. Beck a Sayles Stock broker and dealer in government securities 22 state Street. Boater. Bee Steb Sweet a 00., Bankers Union building no. 40 state Street Bosfa give their attention to the discounting and negotiation of Cor Sale an office Safe of John 8. Wilder a Man it manure suitable for Railroad manufactories a Foik i Quot or Durpee Quot a. Measuring 5 to. S in. Of height 4 it. Width it. A ild with an Interior Safe and drawers in Fine order and Fincato to c. A i a. Blanchard w5 3tate St. Of i 1 commercial paper and Loans buying and Selling stocks and Bonds on commission and the transaction of a general banking business. An assortment of commercial paper always on hand for Sale. August Belmont Wjk co., rankers no. 50 Wall Street new Yark. Issue letters of credit Tor travellers use in Europe through the messes Rothschild of Paris London Frankfort Vienna Naples and their correspond of a a a a Large assortment a or Bordeaux and Burgundy wines or rare and Choice vintages. A also peas mushrooms and truffles for family use constantly on hand at f. A. Blanc a restaurant Parisina no. 4 Winter place. Ieb6 of Wellington amp Cox successors to a. Sei Gnette a co., importers 4 commission merchants no. 74 Broad Street the right of self government. We often speak of on rights being inherent and inalienable. That of coarse Means if anything that they Are something which cannot be divested. There Are certain ways of forfeiting them and they Are duly described in the Laws threatening the forfeiture. The same right which the people of a state originally possessed to create a local government they still enjoy to create another in Case they had parted from the same from any cause. Even allowing however that they could alienate this right there nothing in fact or in reason to show that it passes Over to Congress. That body in theory at least a representation of All the states of the Union and if the people of a portion of the states could lose from any cause their right to self government a a there up valid claim that the people of the remaining states re it ived an accession of the Power thus alleged to be if a citizen of the United states loses his right in this matter it can be on grounds distinctly set Forth and on no other. They Are Only those of a criminal violation of the Law. But of that offence he must fit St have been convicted. The people of Louisiana and the South have never been charged before the Law with any such offence nor of course do they now stand convicted of it. Moreover they have a body been pardoned by the executive in whose hands placed discretionary Power to perform that office. So that they could not be deprived of the right to self government now even if convicted their Pardon working steadily to Clear them of offence. It amazing what wild notions float in the Heads of members of the Radical party in Congress on this subject of a Republican form of government. They seem to think themselves authorized to set up governments Over other Peoples Heads themselves a whereas the congressional office in this matter extends Only to an examination into the character of the governments of the several St ates to determine if they be Republican or not. But Congress cannot make nor alter. It has no authority to set up a Standard other than contained in the single word a Republican a and that not a party word either. Nothing can happen to the people of a state a body in our system by reason of which Etc of Oolf Govor Moui to Talion from them much less Given Over to other hands. This single principle the source of the vitality of our Republican system. Break that Down by such measures Eliot and Stevens have introduced into Congress and Congress disobeys the plainest requirement of the fundamental Law that it shall guarantee to the people of every state a Republican form of government. It not Republican to get up a government outside of a state and then compel obedience to it by a people who were refused any part in its establishment. While the whole civilized world to Day throwing off the shackles which external Power has Ever fastened upon different nations the United states threatens to set an example of the very error and wrong which were from the first discarded from our system of government. While professing to be reaching out for larger Liberty than we Ever enjoyed before we betray the tendency to give up what we once had and to fall behind the rest of the world in the March it has at length taken up with such determination. Only More stimulus. It looks for a time if business revived under the treatment. Prices go up labor goes up there a general excitement Bat when the Pond evenly Lull on All its sides the surface becomes smooth and still again. To create life once More there must be fresh emissions of Money. And so on until there a general crash and breaking up. This the simple but inevitable operation of the expansion theory and we can no More escape it than any other nation that has tried the same wild Experiment. People naturally ask what the canse of the present dullness in Trade. It 13 because the channels of Trade and Commerce Jure dammed up by Radical politics. The entire South ought to Day to be earnestly at work rebuilding its shattered fortunes. Every inducement possible should be held out to the people of that vast Section to produce Cotton fast the teeming Earth will Bear the snowy crop. With the Southern Fields under improved culture and with the additional stimulus counted on from free labor we should be getting Back into our place a Cotton growing country the crops Woald Call for vessels to transport them to the North and to Europe Northern manufactures would be in increased and increasing demand throughout the Southern states Northern importers would find Large and ready Market for the goods that Are now piled up in their warehouses for customers who do not come our Coastwise Trade would revive with magical rapidity the great West would find a natural outlet for its flour add pork to the South and in turn enable it to be a much better customer of the East and in Brief the Complete circuit established by the Laws of production and Exchange Domestic and foreign would be traversed again. Thus agriculture mining Commerce manufactures a All would return to a state of health if the obstacles to restoration were but removed. Now what hinders this most desirable consummation who Are responsible for this Long delay which threatens the nation with ultimate bankruptcy All candid men of intelligence have the answer ready. The whole trouble proceeds from the Wilfulness of the radicals in keeping the South unrepresented and the Union practically destroyed. One whole Section of the country paralysed in its Industry and Power of production. On its Prosperity the other sections Are providentially just dependent it upon them. It not possible to keep that Section poor in a condition of Semi barbarism under the Iron Heel of military Rule without in due time feeling the reaction fatally upon ourselves. And this in what now threatens to come of it. Business destroyed the revenues Are shortened the current expenses of the government Are difficult to meet and bankruptcy throws its ominous shadows across the National landscape. ��20 new York. Scotch amp Irish whiskey. Ramsay camber Towsand Hewitt set a a Suaad hols in Bond or duty paid. For Sale by to Thos. Inglis,3i Tremont 80"eet. Die Heckers old Bourbon whiskey _ for Sale at the new England Agency. J8 we a Lifford my9. Of 57 commercial a treet. 1846. Depot 1845. For Fine did Bourbon whiskey wine teas and ground Coffee. Daniel Cooley. 38 Central who old Bourbon whiskey 4 years old Wickliffe whiskey in hot Nfn Ken ludic Bourbon 5 years old Oid Monongahela Whis re wis key Ginger wines Nafle port wines Fine Flavoured in bbl i bbl dem Johns or kegs Fine Coolong a Riaff chests. F1845.1 original Brand roasted Coffee 1845j in boxes bbl an j half bbl 60 pounds each one Pound papers. For Sale by 019 of Daniel Cooley 38 Central Whart. La Normandi Segars. Segars so Well known a pm to sole Lor be a a a sets sufi a a a a we whiskey commie soon merchant no. 20 India wharf has just received and offers for a a in a. Following Superior brands of Fitze whilst eve Viz a 26 bbl a. Keller bourbon�?26 do do. N c �?25 do do it of r do Kentucky Gem do�?25 do j. A. Bowens do-25 do r ? Gibbon do. ?25 do g. W. To or a Condo. irian to i Romit Morris to it Poland Sisir of a country Lite a Lurn lubes plans for All kinds of in improvements. Office 41 barristers Hall Boston. Tf2s?y30 i in 5 Soares Montpelier Gold i n44 association of bum Onty ,a-pa7 value loud for Sale by a g. Martin Stock broker a 11 it of to state Street. To att an7 Matti g.�?carpeting and Mata of Tew sorted and a Lea on bang and manuf pictured to order by jyl7 6. Wakefield 36 canal Street. The governments income. The Law inflexible in operating with a government an individual when there stagnation there can be no income when the circulation sluggish there can be no health. Activity in business essential to profit for when Little doing Little made. It would seem to be almost silly to seriously state such a truism were it not needed a reminder to Congress of the utter impossibility of making something out of nothing which the Experiment that body now appears to be driving upon. We learn from the commissioner of internal Revenue that the income in his department will be very greatly reduced the present year while it Plain proven facts can make it that the almost entire prohibition of imports by laying excessive protective duties puts it out of the Power of a country to make a Revenue from Commerce. Thus Between the falling off of both inter Nal and foreign Revenue government will Flod it has not Money enough to discharge its cur rent expenses and the interest on the Public debt it Falls due. In guiding to these very serious conclusions figures Are invaluable. They happen to be both available and unalterable and need not therefore be weighed in connection with partisan speeches in Congress with which they can have nothing to do. Buncombe bears no relationship to statistics. The men who control legislation deliberately shut their eyes to this critical state of affairs if they had no connection with it were Nowise responsible for it and never seriously thought of a remedy. Their highest idea of finance that when Money needed it must be manufactured. The natural operation of the Laws of production and distribution they do not seem to comprehend. They turn from you with a smile of contempt when it suggested to them that Trade and Commerce have any bearing on political questions. The recognized leaders of radicalism in this Quarter have Long scorned the idea that we should take up with what they styled commercial politics if there was something too mercenary in them for a race of men whom they would Lead to victories of Progress and philanthropy. And so this ignorance and this sentimentalism has gone on till we Are come to pretty nearly the end of the rope. The nations resources from internal and foreign revenues having begun to dwindle at so alarming a rate the Plain question comes Back on the people whether they really believe Progress dissociated from Prosperity and if we can very Well be generous before we secure the Means with which to pay our debts. Expansion of the currency the Panacea a with All political quacks. No nostrum such a favorite with them this for it does its work at once so that they can realize the desired effects without waiting. More Money r ohm e. Foreign correspondence of the Boston Post. Attractions at Rome. Rome Jan. 24, 1867. Among All the attractions that Rome offers her visitors it certainly would be difficult to decide which bears away the Palm a class. There Are ancient splendours and modern ones the triumphs of Art and those of religion architecture fascinates one train of votaries and music another while the Giddy crowd who have no particular vocation and care for nothing except to see everything that everybody else says Worth seeing Rush from spectacle to spectacle and about with equal curiosity and interest whatever can give them a momentary exhilaration. It quite fashionable to visit the artists studios whether one has a taste for the Fine arts or not. It the natural homage which intelligence and refinement exact from those Lees favored than themselves. And the Samo May be said of a thousand other attractions bore in Rome which Are patronized because it considered the Correct thing to do so. far concerns the artists this popular delusion by no Means to to regretted for they Benefit by it to a great extent they must have Money and i believe it True that those who Render their studios most agreeable to visitors and throw them open with the greatest liberality find their profession much More profitable than those oth at it of ruin tors and painters Are extremely affable keep their rooms always open and often show great attention to All visitors. Many have printed or written descriptions of their works and some have their apartments elegantly and tastefully decorated. This May All be the velvet Glove that conceals an itching Palm but if it be so it very pleasantly managed and it far More agreeable and consoling to be relieved of ones Money in a gentle artistic Way than by the rude grip of a hard bargain with nothing to mitigate it. The result that the roman artists Are just at present doing a Good business to use language which of the Earth earthy and Are receiving a Liberal share of the hard dollars which our fellow countrymen Are dispensing in such an uns tinted Way in Europe. I Havo lately heard of one gentleman from Boston who has just ordered front a prominent artist born in that City statues to the amount of Over $20,000 for the decorations or his House. Another bostonian has also purchased several thousand dollars Worth of paintings for the Samo destination and this list might be greatly enlarged if it were necessary. I give these however examples of the promising condition of american Art and the certain support which always sure to be granted to a really meritorious artist. New York and Philadelphia have also been very generous to their fellow Citi Zens who Havo expatriated themselves Here to follow congenial studies and no Small portion of the Money which has been made so abundantly during the past few years has flowed into their purses. New yorkers Are by no Means averse to paying Good prices for Good work in any Branch of labor and the sums they give for a picture or statue that happens to take their fancy in Rome would strike a bostonian enormous in some cases. Miss Hosmer. A few Days ago i visited miss in Osmers a studio which now one of the great resorts of strangers. It on the i a , and has lately been refitted for her accommodation. It far More convenient and elegant than the one she has heretofore occupied and moreover much larger. There now a suite of six rooms which Are bordered on Ono Side by a handsome Garden full of that Rich and exuberant display of Flowers and foliage which even at this season appear on every hand in this favored climate. There Are a dozen workmen of different grades on the premises and All busily employed. Copies of former works Well her later a nes Are constantly in Progress and the casts and statues on every Side the Busy Mon Chi Selling one figure polishing another or putting the final touches on a third while groups of visitors move about Here and there All contrive to form a very Lively and bustling scene in this Gray of j City. It seems a Little artistic settlement or new Colony just beginning its existence on a new Shore. It certainly in truth no More nor less than that and another evidence of the capacity of the puritans and their descendants for colonizing. The Fountain which miss Ilo Smer some time Sinco designed for a wealthy English gentleman a conservatory now nearly done. So nearly in fact that it has been set up in Trio artists studio and the water let on that its effect and the perfection of its working May be seen before its departure for England. The Syren on its top ceases to play the double pipe whose strains Havo heretofore absorbed her the three Little cupids in the Basin Stop their gambol on the Dolphin backs and the very Reeds and rushes that surround the pediment seem to Bow their Heads that All May listen to the gentle Melody of falling Waters. The Basin of this elegant work made of Dove coloured Marble and the statues of White Marble from Cassara. The sentiment it expresses Beautiful and gives a fresh idea of the cleverness of the designer. Sho now preparing a copy of her sleeping Fawn for the great exhibition at Paris and our country will be Well represented there both by miss Hostner and other artists. Her Friend miss Stebbins will also Send her statue of Columbus to Paris and this extremely Able work will soon be ready to Start for that destination. Miss Hocmer often seen in Public Here in Rome at times driving a handsome Carriage and Span rapidly along the streets at times on horseback making her Way in which latter capacity she excels to the meet of the foxhounds on the Campagna. The pack this year Good the sport fair and the amusement very fashionable. Miss Hosmer an expert rider and both she and miss Cushman Are often seen going at a furious Paoo Over Walls fences and ditches close upon the heels of Reynard. Each of these ladie3 has a Strong and tireless Energy and a muscular physique which Many men May Well envy. They Are gifted with wonderful endurance which the latter has often had occasion to display upon the stage and with which Many of your readers Are familiar. Both Aro thoroughly american and patriotic yet of Strong and impressive individuality that brings them out in striking contrast with the rest of society in Rome. Miss Cushman still continues to take the Lead in All social affairs and though now in mourning yet dispenses her old and abundant hospitality to her american friends in a quiet and genial Way that so pleasing to every stranger. She has always shown great kindness to artists especially to those from her own country who have come Here poor and friendless and needed a helping hand. In this connection her generosity and Devotion have been unlimited and for it if for nothing else she deserves the gratitude of every american. Often has she infused her own courageous temperament into the despairing and Given them fresh Energy to encounter the hardships that so often surround the beginning of an artists career. And More than this Many a time has she bestowed from her own purse upon the deserving who were struggling with failing Means the Aid that was so much needed. Miss Cushman has a Noble reputation in her own country for Benevolence and Public spirit but nowhere can one appreciate so thoroughly in Rome the Good she by been so unwearied in doing. Miss Lewis. There in Rome another american artist i should perhaps say sculptor in deference to the popular patronage that at once extended by my countrymen to word that new and not found a any dictionary but i forbear for fear of disturbing the slumbers of the two great would certainly attract attention by the Novelty other situation if not from any other cause and that miss Edmonia Lewis. Many of your readers know she belongs to the world worn and sorely tried coloured race in part and partly to the Indian her father being a negro and her Mother a member of some Indian tribe. The first twelve years of her life were spent in wigwams at the West a Michigan and other states. In her studio at no. 57 Vicola Deva Frezza she shows the busts of three of her ancestors in Terra Cotta the line of which Well suits their Copper coloured skins. They Are natural in expression and though not of High rank works of Art yet Are perfect types of the Indian character and lineaments. She Speaks of them with a frankness and Nav vet that quite amusing and she pointed out the face of a my Uncle Sunrise a she a coloured sculptor from America Here in the City of the cd sars i must say i experienced a new sensation. Miss Lewis has now in her studio three groups from Hiawatha which her natural sympathy with Indian life has led her to Model Anu which Are by no Means poor in expression or unpromising in Anatomy. There one of a a the wooing a another representing Minnehaha and the Arrow Makei and a third from the same poem which i do not at this moment recall. She now engaged on a bust of or Lewis of our City mias Lewis Well received and hospitably entertained in Rome and especially by the English who have shown her Many kindnesses. I often see her driving on the Pine Ian with the wife of a prominent English teacher belonging to the Catholic Church who in this Way Able not Only to help an artist who needs assistance but to show her hatred americans which she omits no Opportunity of displaying Here in Rome in common with Many of her nation. There no prejudice on the continent in regard to color and the most Complete Equality always exists Between Blacks and Whites so that a coloured artist would feel quite much at her ease and in fact More so than in her own country even after making every allowance for difference of manners and customs and the necessity of an entire change a ones Mode of life. Mies Lewis not without a certain degree of artistic ability and if that Talent exist it Well for both herself and her race that she should be aided and encouraged to develop it. Story the sculptor. Or Story a Bee talented works have lately gained him so much reputation has finished his figure of Edward Everett and it has now been some three months at Munich undergoing the process of casting in Bronze at Muller a foundry. It represents the orator in his favorite attitude of pointing towards the Polar Star with his outstretched Arm. Lie in citizens dress and the Only drapery that deserves the name the Plain frock coat that he always wore. The features of the statue Are All characteristic of or Everett and would suggest him at once to any observer yet i think it will fail to satisfy the popular taste or that of any mind with Correct and elevated ideas of Art. It could hardly have been a labor of love on the part of the artist and in fact i have every reason to believe that the subject was distasteful to him the More especially that his Power and his sympathies find their real and most successful expression in works of the imagination for instance in the Sappho and the libyan Sibyl. Here his talents have full scope unfettered by the prosaic exaction of flesh and blood we see them around and in his studio where one can now look upon the libyan Sibyl and Edward Evor Ett Side by Side the truth of this would strike everyone quite obvious. The lineaments of his face Art hard not to say harsh and do not Combine to form a characteristic or pleasing whole. In or balls bust there Are not Only Many delicate and expressive lineaments but they mingle with each other in such a Way to Giro tis both the Man he lived and at the same time a head that offers a Noble study of itself and leaves the impression of great intellectual Power. Apart from its Success a portrait it possesses the Merit of a really elevating and suggestive work of Art. Or Story a head intimates a straining for effects that would not come and few would Call it one of lib happier efforts. The artist has completed a statue of medea that does him great credit and now engaged upon his Conception of Dalilah which nearly completed in Clay. The latter admirably done and a Tine athletic figure with the same Type of face and expression which one finds in Sappho and the libyan Sibyl. Erect and tall with her head bowed she reflecting upon the consequences of her betrayal of Samson. The purse heavy with the blood Money she holds in her left band while with her right she grasps Tho drapery that Falls from her Waist to the ground. she stands now modelled in Tho Rich Golden Clay of Tho tiber she impresses one a magnificent and glorious woman powerful not Only to seduce the destroyer of Lions and the god appointed judge of Israel but to Rule empires. She great even in her forlorn condition of repentance and self abasement and her clouded brow and deep lines of sad thought Only serve to add to the grandeur of her expression. This work furnishes a fresh example of or Story a abilities which in a certain Range of subjects Are unrivalled among modern artists. His study of his profession has Boon Broad and thorough. To has just Given an vide Nee of this in an ingenious and Learned work called a a the proportions of the human figure a in which he displays the results of Many elaborate researches. He his great versatility of intellect and said now to be engaged upon a treatise on International Law. He was once a practising lawyer and has already published one Law Book so that this latter report quite Likely to be True. Miss Foley. Miss Foley rapidly acquiring a prominent reputation among our american artists for the Beauty of her medallion portraits and the grandeur of her Ideal Heads. She has just put in Marble two admirable works one representing Joshua the other Jeremiah. These Are really Majestic in their Conception and carried out with wonderful delicacy and artistic taste. Her perception of the beauties of the human face extremely Nice and she has great facility of touch and extraordinary capacity for giving the exact expression of her ideas in Marble. I have Seldom seen anything More finished or characteristic in its Way than her portraits which Are not Only True to nature and life like in their lineaments but Lave a life of their own. They seem it were a a lit with incr Light and the very soul of the Sitter appears to animate thespot less Marble. Miss Foley now preparing for a grander work a Bas Relief of a scripture subject of which the Heads of Jeremiah and Joshua will form a part. If her Power of combination great that of individual expression it will be a production of surpassing Merit. Tile i a inters Terry Tilton and others. The american painters Here Are now quite numerous and some of them have been Many years in Rome. Terry Chapman Freeman and some others whose names Are familiar to your readers and whose works Are now scattered far and wide throughout our country have passed the Twenty fifth year of their voluntary banishment. They Are still in the vigor of their Powers and sending Forth new evidences of their taste and Talent. In or Terry a studio an admirable painting on which he Bas Long been engaged and which now finished it represents the first vision of St j on in patinos a a the son of Man in the midst of the seven it of great imaginative ability and the artist has devoted himself to it for years. The subject almost too grand for human Pencil and yet or Terry has rendered it it Majestic and impressive. Or Chapman has also a painting from sacred writ of Christ walking on the sea in which he shows most effectively his appreciation of the subject and his control of his Art. The knowledge of color in this work extraordinary and the heavenly radiance that seems to beam from the figure of the son of god almost a a Grade beyond the reach of or Freeman among Many Choice sketches has a picture of exquisite fancy and artistic skill called the recording Angel. It taken from the Well known works of Sterne and the Angel Jost letting fall upon the Page the tear that blotted out forever the record of i Uncle Toby a oath. It certainly attractive and elevated a rendering of this poetical idea any artist could produce or any admirer of the Beautiful would wish to see. Among the landscape painters or Tilton usual stands preeminent and the productions of his Brush daily gain fresh Force and Oom Mand a wider Range. It wonderful to notice the improvement of the last few years in colouring and depth of expression. Bis Power of Corn Bina Tion remarkable and his paintings appear to be the very transcript of nature itself. A work entitled a a Lake Como a just leaving his easel of extraordinary Merit and of Especial interest to All who have seen that noblest of the italian lakes. The liquid purity of the Waters the flood of sunlight that they have absorbed and reflect from their deepest Depths the glories that gather round the setting Sun and accompany him to his rest the craggy precipices that overhang the Shore in picturesque contrast with the brightness in which they stand All unite to form a whole which would be an Honor to any artist. Or Tilton has a progressive Talent and if the future Bear any proportion to part improvement no landscape Painter will be found who can surpass him. He a Complete devotee of his profession and daily affords new evidence of the Power of the human mind when it has for years Given its whole Force to one Pursuit. There Are Many of his paintings to Boston and i Trust there will yet be Many More for he an artist of whom on whole country May be proud. Ii reputation has been deservedly earned for never did an artist bring More Industry and Energy Well conscientious Devotion to Bis work than he. A Tennessee. La oms Oddeice of the Boston Post Nashville ten., feb. 4, 1867. A few cases will illustrate to your readers the chances for making Money by developing the resources of the Southwest. A Man living on what known the barrens which Are broken Uplands that Are an Extension of the Ridge that divides the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers made six Hundred dollars last season on the cultivation of one acre and three quarters. He planted peanuts called Here Goober peas Aad the product waa two Hundred bushels that he sold at three dollars a Bushel. The Uplands referred to extend through several counties. Wherever there Are streams they Are bordered by narrow strips of very Fertile land and the Uplands constitute four fifths of the Section. They can be bought thousands of acres at one Dollar and a half or two dollars an acre. Shrewd Yankees can make Money in this Section growing it Ober peas hundreds of bushels of which Are exported to China. The Uplands Are also Well fitted for sheep growing. They produce the grasses Barley and most cereals Well and also apples pears peaches and other fruits. An enterprising fellow near the City of Natchez made last season on ten acres of strawberries seventeen thousand dollars Clear. The Strawberry markets of new Orleans Natchez Vicksburg Aad Memphis cannot be supplied for Many years to come. Their average Price in these cities forty cents a quart a Confederate who came out of the War minus a leg and without Money settled on the Tarony River Twenty five Miles from Memphis with a wife and several children. He bought his land on credit bought pigs on credit and bought Stock on credit. The hogs multiplied and fattened on the Mast a the Woods the cattle grew and thrived on the wild Cane and now this one legged Man has paid All his debts has built a schoolhouse and aided to build a Church has a comfortable Home three Hundred acres of land Twenty seven head of cattle and a number of hogs and Hai still a Little Money in his pocket. Done to this Case illustrate what a grand country this Southwest for a poor Man ? literary notices. A the March a a Atlantic a besides the inevitable serials has another of col Higginson a papers of War experience with Black troops. Prof. Agassiz discusses glacial Phenomena at it. Desert. Or Holmes does not tire apparently of writing verses for the glorification of the class of �?T29, his piece a fall Here a proof. Parton has a characteristic paper on Chicago its growth and present condition. Howells bows How a few hints in a travellers note Book can be gracefully expanded in a a a glance at miss Austin tolls How letter paper made in a a in the literary notices the absurdities of Fetridge a handbook of i european travel Are shown up. Carl Schurz on the a True problem a and a or hardback on the derivation of Man from the Monkey a Are dreary writings of their kind. A the february Art journal received by Williams amp cd. An illustrated paper on historic badges and devices opens the number. The accounts of the Moira b irian artists with specimens continued. A Sample plate of Dora Shaine Given Aad his habits of heavy outlining become disagreeable obtrusive in the steel plate and gives the picture an unfinished appearance. It stated that he now engaged on designs for the other idols a the present venture having been a a Success the plates Are already used for a French version and others in German Spanish italian and swedish Are in preparation. His original drawings Are described done in India Ink with an occasional tinge of indigo or sepia the lights pot in with body colors. The other engravings of the number Are of or wards a James ii. Hearing of the Landing of William of on Rnic a the first historical picture that gained him reput1 some 17 years ago and a pleasing group of children by be Deuce. A Many will be glad to learn that our Veteran physician or Jacob Bigelow has made a collection of some of his contributions to science and literature and that Little Brown 5 co. Will soon publish the volume under the title of a a modern the opening paper will be the discourse before the Institute of technology which was published a year and More ago a on the limits of education a after this will com a a remarks on classical and utilitarian studies a read before be american Academy of arts and sciences last december and which now before in separate pamphlet Issue with the same imprint. Its author has aimed to give a greater development of the ideas he advanced in the previous paper before the Institute of technology in which it will be remembered he protested against the undue attention Given in our College courses to the classics not me ing he says now a the requirements of our own progressive and original a a a the state by Charles Roeser of Washington d. C.,�?� a political pamphlet published by Lee a Shepard and recommended by a a c. W. S. A in an introduction a a a salutary discussion of fundamental Truiti in civil polity in the present National emergency with an usurping executive and subservient supreme court a Etc., Etc. A yol. I. Of the new a a burkes writings received from Little Brown a co. The matter of the Hastings impeachment still continued. Another volume we suppose completes this elegant edition and we Are glad to hear that a full Index in preparation. A Hurd a Houghton Issue in creditable style. Or Hayes Long delayed account of his voyage of discovery toward the North pole under the title of a a the open Polar sea a a to a calculated to revive not a Little of the intense interest created among some twelve years ago by or k due volumes. It makes a better sequel of that work seeing that familiar names reappear both of explorers and their Esqui Maux companions. A Well engraved likeness of the doctor faces the title a a Good hta Dand repossessing countenance and several full Page Wood cuts seme after the doctors own sketches others designed under his Eye by Darley Fenn and others and one after a photograph taken by the explorer himself in a whale three maps reduced to the size of the Page Are also Given be Large map showing the track of his explorations which he carefully prepared from his data gathered in the Field having been committed to the smithsonian Institute could not be obtained and so for the Chart of main interest in this volume not having time to reduce his materials anew he was forced to recur to his original Field Chart lessening the scale ten diameter but this reduced plan possesses no variation of importance for the general readers while he announces that he at present making the projection of a new map from Bis materials which co be of such size will be of geographical value and be published in the Gotha geographical journal. The present narrative was nol prepared to convey scientific information except incidentally and the Only Points of such interest that he at All enlarges upon Are the glacial formations of Greenland and the Polar Basin. Some of the scientific results of his expedition Are 3hcrty to be issued in the smithsonian contributions to knowledge. Other data of this kind have already been made Public in the scientific journals worked up by other bands while a More elaborate discussion of the glacial theory Tow preparing at the hands of the doctor himself. He prefixes to the present volume a list of the subscribers to the expedition in Philadelphia new York and Boston. It will be remembered that the doctor sailed from Boston in july 1860 and returned in october 1861, finding the country in the midst of Wir and he says the first thing he did upon arriving was to write to the president offering his Schoom r a gunboat and asking for himself immediate employment in the Public service. During the rest of the rebellion he was chiefly employed in Ccmmand of a Large army Hospital while his Oce Upu Tion and the disturbed state of the country rendered the preparation of the present narrative possible at an earlier Date than the present. What or Hayes accomplished Well known. From the previous explorations of hims and others he was firm in the belief that Between Greenland and the continent there could be found a passage to a Polar sea which be thought the Gulf Stream must invade Between Ritzberg and Nova be tabla and so elevate its temperature to keep it an open body of water. It will be remembered that Morton of or Kane party had penetrated to what he thought the Northern extremity of Greenland and had seen what seemed to him such a sea. There were some sceptics but or Hayes was not one of them and the record of his adventures shows that he got a View of the same open water by taking the other Side of the Channel separating Greenland from the vast archipelago which seems to form the Northern confines of this Western world and that he penetrated within sight of Wal he thought was the limit of land in that direction. At All events he and his Secretary the Only one of his company that pushed on reached a Point the nearest the pole of any land gained by explorers though Parry on the Spitsbergen Side of the open sea seems to have gone a Little Fri other North by water m 1827. It was not to be expected that a narrative of an Arctic Winter life aboard a housed ship and of fhe summer explorations could have a greatly different kind of interest from that Many readers Are already fun liar with i other recitals but the subject not so Hack Nied that a new variety of the same kind can fail to be greatly attractive. There of course the same old Story of privation exposure danger and determination but it accompanied with new incidents that serve to fill out in sharper Light and Shade the familiar picture. Or Hayes a narrative evinces some admirable qualities for a commander in his position and unvarying health of his men under the trying exigencies in which they were placed shows that there was prudent counsel Well bold determination in their Leader. We think or Hayes a Story Wou at times be somewhat better told for More simplicity ant a the frequent garnishing of mythology but poorly comp a a with the scene and the occasion. Still we cannot May mar perceptibly the admirable effect of the Book m a at the conclusion of the volume we have some
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