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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, J 8 CO.
ROCK CITY 31 1 Ia Ia S , .
; ; RETAIL PRICES.
"Ben" Floor in bag? $ , in half b--5 S
OldHickorv do ' 4 25: ?
'. Eacle -co ' 3 5;-
Mixed Bran, per 1000 ft., one dollar.
- Corn Meal, per bushel, $1 00. ' ; '. '
-- Ia-Irvet to au parrs oi laemj.
MOVENTS CP THE
Dtpartnreiof raww '
XjfcBTnjji k CaTrA!nor. ?c ' .
Tcixwrat AuEin t 5sl 5 . '
NhvxE ik I scatc-7:0 A. JL, 6:... j - M
KixiKWfcu. & teTTttr- 6; 4 j A. M-, 1:1 I. M.
- .4 r rival of Patnier Train.
Vashviu 4 Cbatvinooga 5:30 P- 8 A. M.
Tksnjbk Alabama 10:00 A- M. 4:0 P. M.
U,cisix:N--BviLi2:0OA. )L,4:30 P. M.
" Gaiiaiin Express &:30 A. M.
Xi-iUi-iixx A Decati-R I t 0 A II., 1: ' O P. M.
rj;trrru & KE.vrrcxv )(i;0 A.M., 7:UO P. .IT.
SOUTH CAROLINA MONEY.
We will take South Carolina moa-T at par
in payment for subscriptions to the Patriot.
Narrow Escape of Rkt. Mk. Shaw's Fam
ily Heroic Coxncr of a ni.jk Mas.
We rneotiorud a few dtys since that the
dwelling of tlie R v. Mr. Shaw, on the
Nolensville Turnpike, two or throe miles
from tbe City, was destroyed by t'ne la.-t
Friday nigiit.'atvl that the l;.rn:ly mad- a
very narrow escape. Hj'1 H noi been f-r tL?
bf-roic conduct of a n gr in :., belonging to
Mr. GRKKXHEi.n, living piv-ite, they would
probably have Ihh?! burned with lb building.
Tbe tire, it is wp: -sed, originated fr in a.
stole-pipe ia the kitcb-a. aud was not di
covered until both the kitchen and tie dwel
ling were wrapt ia fl-inw. Th- discovery
was nr..de by tbe n-gro man ia question, who
ran over, broke down tbe frout door, a:id
rushed to Mr. Shaw? room to give the lilarni.
Finding no one there, Mr. Shaw b-.-ing in a
room in the wcond s-tory with his son. Mr.
IIexkt B. ?uaw, who was quite hick at il.e
time, he da-hed open the d.or ot a rootn c
cttpbd by Mrs. j mix II. Harks ( daughter
of Mr. Shaw) and h.-r childrcu, whom 1 e
aroused and got out f the hn". He th-a
ran. up atuirs to the room of young Mr. Shaw,
whom he took in hi.-' arms, afu r wakening
the elder Mr. S., and carried him Uo n the
burning LuiMi.ig. 11'itb. iaa iiitie kl:r:
uas. Mr. Shaw ran back iao the h:ie. and
was a wcond ti:H; reseue-d by the c lor. d
b-ro of the u'ght. The latter ih- ii made an
attempt t fv sm-. of the friniit'ire. ..d
succeeded in g-tting s-mie of it out ac the
door, but having no o;te to remove it b y.nol
the reach of th tire, an 1 th- fi iui- continu
ing to Fpreid wit!i great rapidity, the whole
Was cou.su :n.-d. Yet, the brave and galiar.l
n2ro did iut c-.'-e ff T's s- loiig -..s
there was th" slight. t chance to site any
thing, lie coatiam-dto throw out tin.- tu: ui
ture, shouting for h !p all th-- while, until !
was coinpk-t- ly h.-uiiii'-d iu by th-; flaunt, ami
only succeeded in saving Liui.-elt at tli-; last
Diomeot by climmng dow n 'he pili.t; s "f the
portico. H id it ut !i ive b-,-e. for a
wind which was blowing at the tim..
fort to save the furniture wtu!J Iiav
of more avuil.
We rt-gret tliat we could not learn his
name. It would nffird us pleasure to ive
it here. He showed him If a trn-r hero that
night than Nap-jLEox at the C;ilge of L nli.
and he dfrve.s the admiration c-f the brave
Arm ko:i rm: Suh th. We uV-eiv- irom
various Southern exchanges that arias and
other munitions of war are bi-ing ivceiveu.
or are in trau.-it to lie; several volcaaie
Stales. It strik- s us -as a Utile remarkable th::t
those Slates crs sending aud b-iyii:g, for
cash or its c-q.iivolrat, tr.ose very munitions
which they design to use against, the States
supplying them. If strikes us, also, that
w hile they are at it, they ha i b si piovidc
enotigh for the wti'de war. or tln-ir suppli s
might be sud'lenly and d-iu'trousl-cut olf.
The v. ork t.u the walls f the new ho
tel has leeii suspernled until the weather be
comes more faVor..Lle far laiag brie;. Tlie
other work will go oa, we presume, as uual.
Anthony S. Camp. "Sub-crib' r" of the
Nashville J'utriot. is temporarily in charge of
the JJenru'cmka's otliee.
We copied tlie abovp, among other Rivtr
news, from the Cincinuuti Commercial the olhtr
drty,ar.d it has led so.n. to suppose that
'Thk StB-CalBER' bus left the 1'atriot and
gone into the steamboat Luriucss. Sach is
not the case. - Having some teisines- in I'a
ducab, he went down on the JJiutielvi.k-i, and
merely took charge of the office during the
temporary iudl-positiou ot his fiL-nd. the
'The Si"B.sKKiBi.ii" is s!i!lof the Patriot
expects to be for some lime to come and is
"all right" generally.
33r Tiuies are pretty hard in this section
just now ; but tiiey were something u-ors -eighty
yeais ao. Acadijg to Parto.n's
Likk of JatUi-oN", during ii-r seas n, about
the iimeCtd.loxKiAx,ivb'.sel:edui?h;-r af-
terwaid marrinl. airiv-i d upou the r pot where
Nashville Tjdw stands, corn sj'id here at one
hundred and sixty five dollars p r bas'iel.
yti?Lat night was another of those disa
greeable and ol ctionable lim s fv.r the
amusements. Yet th auditorium at Odd
Fellows IIll was a bi illiasit oue, wh .-troi:g-ly
endorsed their delight by frequent tiu l
well deserved applaase. Young and old
siiould visit IA Kct."s Panopticon. We are
r qJC-tcd lo .-t..te that t!i children o .he
Public Schools have -en invi.eil to the
J ituttt this afteinr.ori at 3 o'clock, a' a re
duction ia the raft s of ud oi-si oo. N doubt
they will Ik; well represent!.
I.adiclS Fi rs. A large nd rich stock of
I.adie" Furs will ie s ld at 10 o'clock, A.
M., to-ilay. at th-.' auction rooms of C. F.
Shields Jc Co. Te La-lis should call and
see this Mock. ev-u though they - m it not
wish to pu. chase. Its eiual h.us n- ver been
Sr. Loris Ppbt.ic Seuo. I-". According to
thi R'iMtof thi Board of Public Schools
for IKjD-CO, there were enrolled tor tbe ynj
13 502 scholars; 7,4i3 lioys, and 6.109 .girl.
The average attendance, however, v.as, only
G.SS0. Tbe cost of tui'ion per scholar 'was
$14 51. The number of sclmoi-hoases occu
pied was 25, Containing, altog ther, lf3 ioju.s
and 9,411 s-ats. ' With the grounds attached,
the school huusj are valued at $459.50!).
jpsyOwing to the inclemency of the weath
er, A-., the Theatre will not be opened again
until Thursday night, when - an attractive
bi' Jill be up, and the c.naUishmeiit will go
- jftilarly ou. - : '
The people of Nashville m-vt-r would, amj
probably oer will,- tarn oat-to plrtces of
amusement, during ncb weather us we are
having just now. Rain all day ; raiu . all
night ; rain all tbe time j and mud til! you
caa't move for it. We bope tbe skies audi
the streets will clear up iu a few davs, uud
that the Theatre will bepefltd agaia lo gooI
bouses, hi the, mead' time, the Company J
beaded by iliss. JACAHTur Mrs. &TJcrsox.MrJ
Vix'CKXT,. Mr. Kxeblc, Mr. Stetok ami Mr
Pa&dt, will "be getting up something new'
Thk -Lm.w F.H?nr:3-ns ai.i. Youxc and
Prettt. AH te Eaipre9-e? no living, says
an exehaDge. re ; yoanz nd handsome wo
nun. The one most pro'cintntly Ixrfore the
world's eye is of course, the Empre--s Euge
nie." STie was born in 182G. and was tbii ty
foor year ciJ th-i 5:h of May . last. II-jr
maiden name was Eagenie Marie de Guzman.
Couat "t Tebs. .T'ae Euipress of Austria
will be only twr,tj-ihre-y-ari old od the
24th of next month. She waa. like the ex
Queru of Naples, a Princes of Djvaria, aud
her name was El:zi)e!h Amelia Eig'inie.
' ; was mtrtitd when 0'ily stvent'.eu year.
- The Er press cf Eti?ia U thirty-six
.-and was cia; rk-d to the pi et-nt Em-
- ..t .uQ the Grand Duke Ah-x inder, when
cevenieen years old. She i.s a daughter of the
Grand Dake of Ile.-.s". and has nearly a doz.
Mrs. Lixcolx. Will il not seem strange to
our readers, says the Charlo:tesvile (V.)
JUvwx, to hear that Mrs. Lincoln-is a pro
slavery woman? Yet we were recently in
formed by a gi ntkraan. wiio is a near rela
tive of hers, and who is hinist It from a slave
State, that such is the fact. He knew her in
K-ntucky, where tb.-y both formerly lived,
and n se-ing her some two wei-k since, lie
ask'-d her if she had modified the opinions
sV: formerly entertained in favor of the in
satatiou? Sh-; replied she had not; that, en
the contrary, h -r convictions in favor of it
bad strengthened siece her resid.nce in Illi
nois. . Itancaliy Outrage.
To the E-lton oj the Daily Patriot,
Gknti.kmbn : A liitl - thing transpired at
the Theatre the other n'ght, which has pest-red
me good a deal, and I want to ask your
advice nb-jul it.
It is generally known iu this community,
that I am in love with a young lady of the
name of SrsAX. St sv l as a sister of the
name of Jank. Jask is in her nineteenth
ye.r, (and has been ever since ISjO, when I
first Lad the pleasure of meeting her), and
Srsx i-in hi r seventeenth. Young Twiu-;li-s
is a:.-o i:i iove with Slsvx. on account
of a report tht h ts got en out that she is
ricli a report have Mot the Ifa.-t conlidenee
in. The other day I invited Scsax to go i h
me to the Tiieatre. I invited her because I
redly wanted Jer to o. I alo in
viu.l Jaxk tog n. .t bi cause I wantd Ler
t" g", bul b cause I co'ild'nt well avoid it.
They ImjIIi :ic-jept-d tiie invitation. Jaxk
ought to have known better. But it seems
she did it.
I v.iut down !o the Tiieatre and bought
tickets t: tbe q-to:ebh: value of two doll i:s
and a quarter, and i tlie evening took the
two o!i!ig ladies lo the play. 1 ;.s soon
coiiitoi tatily seated h"t.vr,'i them, aud had
begun to throw in a few heiillby licks on the
subject of love. Ac., with Stsax. who seemed
very mi:ch interesie l in my remaiks, when
who should come alos.g but Twk;;i.k.s! I
didn't mind Twiooi.ts" coming nloug; tf
coiirs not. S f.r as that is concerned, he
can c-me a'f:ig as much as he pleas-s. Cut
that vas n't the woist of it. He had t'-e
aud icity t j come and sque-z' him-el! ia and
sit il u n on the other .-iie of Sc an! And
then. s if detet mined to add iiiuo to injury.
he iaiked to her so incessantly that I did n't
have a chance to say three words to her dir
ling I Sc l: rest ot tbe evening! But this was
not all. This, ia fact, was comparatively
nothing. For when the play was over,
Twicui.ks gives Susan his arm and leads h. r
elf home, leaving me to trudge along behihnd
hitn with Janl!
History, I maintain, does not record a
m re infimous piece of conduct on the
part of a:; individual who expects the com
inanity to r-:ird him as a gentleman. When
ageulleiuaii goes lo the expense ot paying a
iaiy s way at the Theatre, it strikes me as
b -ing extremely bold and uublnsbing for a
fellow. .o is too penurious to incur that
cxpiT.se hiio. If. to come aud motiopol ze her
socieiy. Th;; f-llow wh -would act in that
way is me 4ii enough to go to a circus giving
an exhibition for th benetii of the poor, aud
crawl in under the canvass.
I wish to know what you think aljoutit.
Twkjoi.KS may get mad and want to fight. I
hope 11-- will. I want lo thrash Lim anyhnw.
I have h. a led this 'A Rascally Outiage."
Piease print just Ihe.t way. Respectfully,
t A I juntinu 1'amii.y. There is a newspa-
' per in Nod t .vay count y. Missouri, ( The Ei-
jinrU-r at Mary ville.) sn s the St. Louis Xttcs,
which is p il.ii.shed and edited entirely by
Mr. J. U'. Sa w and family, consisting of
himself, wife, one son and two daughters.
In addition :o cooking, sewing a;-.d domestic
cares, the female part of the family, alike
w iih the husband and son, assist in setting
typ-, -rolling,' writing on the mail, folding
papers, etc., etc. Tiie Kipurter. of course, is
sued by su many lair hands, is a very neat,
nice, white and tnoic-j sheet, and a model in
morals and politics. The family tire happy,
eoiit- ntea and Harmonious, ana mutuaiiv as
sist in their labor of love"' and toilsome
industry. Who would not have a printing
family, thereby leaving au indelibly favor-aUle'-impre.'-.sion"
upon th- community?
Bk.u'ty, Love axdDcty "Burleigh," the
New Yuk correspondent of tiie Boston Jour-
fi'il, g.-'ts i.:f the lollowing tittle romance:
"A shot t tirto sitsce, one of the many
ag-nts that :;re abroad s b-ctiug musical tal
eots Kr America, sent on to the care of this
houo, a French girl, why was engaged to
teach for one year in a Southern institution
on a salary of i-300 per year. On her way
to N-w loi k site saw -a Get man meichant of
this city, who was smitten with lor, for she
was u yonng lady ot dazzling la'anty He
followed her to New York, and made a form
al p;opo-rl for her hand. The gentleman
was well known lo th-. head ot the house of
Adams L. Co.. as a g.-ullemau of wealth and
standing. But the young teacher di c'intd
.he prop isal, at least until her contract for
r.-achiug sh mid expire, and the consent of
her parents ob.'ained. But the gentleman
was not to be put off. The lady had great
coufi h r.ee iu the integrity of the Company,
and relied oa whrt the liotisf of Adams Jt
Co., said on the honor and position cf the
sjppliAQ. Sae relented aud yielded, and
cards are no v out for the wedding at one of
our Hi est fashionable hotels, nd this young
adventurer, with nothing but her talents and
t-eauty, will soon be at the head of an estab
lishment, with a huslwnd worth S300,0'JO."'
Tiie Bos toil people were so anxious
ta b-aru the results of tbe election that 75,
OOj Journals were printed and sold on tbe
Cih, and 10 1,00 J on the 7th, and there was a
demand for probably 25.0UO more, that could
not be supplied.
Printing Profits. It is stated that John
C. Rives will pay Gen. Bowman, as bis share
of the profits of the Senate and the Execu
tive printing during 1SC0. over $40,000.
-We bare a large stock of Winter Clo
tuino .or Men and Boys w-esr, which we are
sslllug at prices to suit the limes.
Alabama, Sooth Canjiua, Georgia, North
Carolina and Virginia Money taken at par.
WARD, BIRMINGHAM & CO.
Tjovil-lm ' No. 20 Public Square.
"tjaGoJo.Tepnesseo Diuiog JSalooa and
pit, some fine fresb shell- Oyftcrs. 'Just re
cjtjved by Eiprtf g.fronTljalurnof e. Jirst of
the aeuson. J. T. Bigos, '
Maydake, Padocab. ,
DEPAP.TKD. ' '
obn T. Combs. Pittsburg.
May duke, Paducab.
John G.iult, Louisville.
The river was rising ye-terday, with plen
ty of rain to make a good tide.
Tbe Ktd Rover was at Hickman yesterday
moraine putting off railroad iron. She will
be in port to-night.
The Juintt irixxfa was at Memphis y. ster
day bonnd for this port.-
CITY BANK BILLS
AND ALL SOLVENT
BANKS IN" SOUTH
TUCKY OR TENNES
SEE TAKEN AT PAR
BY CONE BROS., NO.
03 COLLEGE STREET.
llolloway'n Pill.' In all orowJeJ ratio,
malaria and fogs are breathed over and over again, til
the strongest luriga are incaiable of producing iuro
blood, li.aiee the siuggiisliaes of mind and budy, tiie
weariuuss and irritability of many jhtsous during this
season of the year. These rueiieiues neutralizo these
impurities and give vior to tha head, heart and
From tho Daily Evening Traveler, lioston, November
For year.s, aye, from tima immemorial, have bonso-kej-rs
wanted a wepiration wrhirh should possess
the power of reuniting the fragments of crockery,
glassware, furniture, kc,, which will ac oinulate in
very hou-sehold. This desideratum his at last been
Uiled by Mr. H. C. Sjiatding, of Xo. 30, Piatt steet,
New York, who has introdueed to tlie public his Pre
jared Glue, whieh is de-stiued lo become as much of a
requisite in every family as the lucifcr match or me
tallic pin. This glue is engrossed in a chemical solu
tion, the manuficturc of which is of couse a S"cret
with the proprietor. Its adhesive qualities are truly
a.-tonishiug, joining together, as it Will, hoavy pieces
of woo.I, as well as the most delicate pieces of rhina
S K V E YEARS
The suvun yoars of unrivalled suuo.ss attending the
i'osmopiilitau Art Association,"
have ma le it a houUold word throughout every quar
ter of tiio Country.
Under the auspices of this popular Institution, over
thrrt huH-irr'l tlamtand homes have learned lo appro
tiato 'y beautiful works of art on their walls, and
choice literature on their tables, the great bunetiu du-rivt-d
from hecoiuing a subscriber.
Sn!-criptiou.s are now being reeeivod in a ratio un-p;irai!i-d
with that of any previous year.
Terms of Subscription.
Any jH-rsou can b.-come a member by subscribing
three dnllnrs, for which sura they will receivo
l-l. iholargcaad supwrb stool engraving, 3Sx3S
-FiLSTir .lll'.UERIXG X!IS RIXRl'ITS."
e ;. Duo cupr, o:iw your,ol that elegantlj illustrated
"THE COSMOPOLITAN ART JOURNAL."
31. Four almissiuus, during the seasou.to the
Jjalhry of Pjiutiugs, 3lS5fd,idway,.. Y."
In addition to the above ben fits, there will be giveu
to subscribers, as gratuitous premiums, over
Five Hundred Beautiful Works of
comprising valuable paintings, marbles, parians, out
lines, sc.. forming a truly national benefit.
Thk. Stpekb Exokavino, which ivery subscriber will
receive, entitled, 'Falstaff MrsiKKiso his Kkcrcits,"
is one of the most beaulilul aud jiopular engravings
ever issued iu this country. It is dune on steel, in fine
line and stiple. and is printed on heavy plate paper,
30 by Us inches, making a most choice oruament, suit
able for the walls of either the library , parlor or office.
Its subject is ihc celebrated scene of fir John Falstatf
receiving, in Justice Sliallow- s otliee. the recruits
which have been gathered for the '-ragged regiment."
It could not be turni-shed by the trade (or less than
The Art Journal is too well known to the whole
country to need commendation. It is a magnificently
illustrated magazine of Art.wutainingFssays, Stories,
Poems, (iossip, iic, by the very best writers in
The Engraving is sent to any part of the country
by mail, with salety , being packed in a cylinder, post
Suiwciptions will be received until the evening of
the 31st ot January, 1861, at which time the books
will close aud the premiums be given to subscribers.
No pcrsou is restricted to a single subscription.
Those rt uniting $15. are entitled to live membershiji:
and to iii'e extra Kngraviug for their trouble.
j-ubscriptious from e'alilornia, th e'anadas. and all
Foreign Countries, must be $3 50 instead of $3, in or
der lo defray extra ostage, etc.
For further particulars send for a copy of the ele
guitty illustrated Art Journal, pronounced the hand
sumeH ma-iaziae it America. It contains a Catalogue
of Premiums, and numerous suK-rb engravings. Reg
ular price, 5U cents per number. Specimen copies,
however, will be sent lo those wishing to subscribe, on
receipt of IS cents, iu stamps or coin. Address
C. L. DK.KBY, Actuary C. A. A..
novl7-tf 546 Broadway, New-York.
Ladies Elegant Winter Shoes
LADIES FINK DOUBLE SOLE CALF CONGRESS
" " " " Goat "
" ' French Opera "
" " Glove Kid, thick sole "
" " Calf High Boots;
" " double sole kid lace heel Boots.
Just receiveJ at No. 21 Public Square.
uov2-tt SXYDFJt fc FRFZZELL.
BY virtue of a S. fa. to me directed and delivered
from the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson
county. Tennessee, at its September Term, lHtiO, 1 will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the Court House Yard, in tiie city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 1st day of December, IStiO.all tho right,
title, claim, interest and estate, which Thos. G. J ones
then had, or may have since acquired in and to the
following described piece, parcel or tract of Land in
Davidson county, State of Tennessee, and bounded as
follows .- On the North by the lands of David Young
and Jesse Smith and White's Creek, on the East by
the lands of John D.James and John Yaden; on the
South by the Hyde's Ferry Turnpike road and Beniv
iinu Hyde; and on the W-st by the lands of David
Abernalhy and Benjam n Hyde, containing about 320
acres, being levied on as tbe property of Thomas G.
James to satisfy a judgement rendered in faror of
e'hurchwell Lanier ag Oust Abner Lnsner and Thos. G.
Jano-s. JVilS K. EDMCNI-SON, Sheriff.
novS-tds By W. D. Rob-srtsox, D. sheriff.
Slier iff-i Sale.
BY virtue ifa vead.cx.to me directed and delivered
from the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson coun
ty, remiessit. al its Scpt-mber Term, 1860, 1 will expos.-
to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
tiie Court House yard, in the city of Nashville, on Sat
urday, the (jilt day of December, I860, ail the right,
title, idnim, intaresi and estate, which James W. Cole
then had. or may havesince acquired in and to tbe fol
lowing descnled tract of Land, lying in Davidson
ruuuty. on the head waters ot Dry Creek, containing
tco hundred aud twenty-live acres, more or less,
bounded as lollffws: On the North by the lauds of John,
George and .. CunningliamA-n the Kant by the btnd of
E. and Eppy Cuuuiugham, on the South by the lands of
Jos. A. Bowman and A. Raraer, on tbe West by the
lands of G. W. Campbell and Jonas Shivers. Being
the land formerly occupied by Johu Cole. Levied on
rs ttie property of J. W. Ode to satify a judgment ren
dered m favor of A. J. Cole, et. al.
novlS-td JOHN K. EDMUNDSOV, Sheriff.
By E. 0. WH1TWORTH, D. a
WANTED TO RENT.
A WELL Improved Farm for Dairy purposes,, with
. abundance grass and water, containing from two
to live hundred acres, and not to exceed 8 miles dis
tance f om th. city. For further particulars apply at
this otliee. novli-it
Flags. Decorations and Fire Balloons
LS ANY QUANTITY AT LUCK'fi,
uovi- No 45 Unioa Street
T E have this day sold our entire interest in tb.
V V Book, SLitiouery and Periodical Business.
No. C Union street to Mr. John T. Hagan and John D
W. Green, who will continue the business at the same
place, under tiie stvle of Green Co,
JOHNSON & TRKAXOR,
On retiring from the book business, we return our
sincere thanks lor the liberal patronage bestowed upon
us, and take pleasure in recommending our successors
as young meu of experience iu the business, and wor
thy in every way the coundence of th people,-
. A. w. JOHNSON. Ja,,
oct6-tf , ; r JOHN 0. TREANOR, .
Chancery Court at Nashville.
FilenM.Itobertson,.t.al. V Pelitioo of ,
FUviuaJ.Iwbert-Aon.ct.al. J Mrk R- CockrUL
VT the ofllce of the Clark and Vaster of th Chan
cery Court at Nashville, on the 22d day of Novem
ber, 1S60, on motion of complainant, by counsel in the
above cause, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Clerk and Master, that the said defendant, John Blount
Kooertsoo, w a son-resident or the Slate of Tennessee.
and therefore the ordinary process of this court can-
ma lie served upon him, it a therefore ordered bv the
Clerk and Master that publication be made for four
weeks in succession la the Nashville Patriot, a news
paper published m the city of Nashville, reuuirinz th
said defend-lot to appear al the next term of tb Chau
ce y Court to be h olden for tbe county of Davidson, at
toe court nouse tnereor, in to city or Nashville, on to
first Monday to May next, and answer said bill, or the
sam. will be taken for confessed aa to him and set
down for bearing ex parte. J. E. CLEAVES,
nov-wlt pr'i fee yi Clert sndyter
H OiiiV ST Sri L V KII'B AND
THE O XL Y PfSMAXEXTLY ORG AVI ZED BAXD Vt
THE CITY, wLU attend to all calls for music both at
bom and abroad, giving entire aattsfaitioa or n
lurge. .The Baad ia comp6d vf - - (
Fifteen Performers, j 7
with a complete set of new silver instruments , --
All call for music, for funerals, pic nics, serenades
tad jubilee will be attended t promptly. r .
Manager and Conductor, :
apr27ly ; " IS South CoUoge at.
I HAVE Twenty-five Thousand dollars worth, of Sta
ple and Fancy Dry Goods which I will sell at coat
lor Cash, aa lam determined to adopt an exclusive
cash business. I invite all those duairous of purchas
ing Goods to call and see for themselves a. Xo. 22
South Side the Square. DAVID HCitl'HREY
All those indebted to I. 0. Nicholson It Co., or Nich
olson & Humphrey, will please come forward and set
tle their accounts, as we are ia need of the money.
Jtg- Read the following, from Dr. Lecper, aa old
resident of Stark county, for many yeara, the most
prominent physician and druggist of the place: .
Xatarrc, Stabk Co., Ohio, 1
Jane .1st, 1858. J
Sometime since. I received a lot of Dr. Richardson's
Sherry Wino Bitters to sell on commission. They are
all sold, and your further supply of three doxeu bot
tles lust received. 1 1 ink I shall need more soon, aa
they are in good demand and t-igbly praised by suffer
ers from iadigetion,-tvspep.-ta ana liver complaint
novWiw-iw ' JAUFtf L. Ll-XPFK, H. D
7 Ihe best and tafett, as well as the cheapest
method of curing ail humors and chronic- complaints
is to use Dr S. A Weaver's never failing remeaiee.
which are advertised in another column. Try them
and you will aay no too. From the evidence we have
seen in their favor we know they must be valuable
We take pleasure in caltuig attention to the medi
cines advertised in our paper by J. N. Harris & Co., of
Cincinnati. Perry Davis' Pain Killer ia well known to
t'ae public, and needs no recommendation from as, as
its good quali''s in all cases have been generally
tested. The ncrry IViue Bitters, in cases of dyspep
sia jaundice, i vcrcoroplamts, and in all cases where a
tonic is necessary is highly recommended. J. Wea
ver's Syrup an I lerate are desirable remedies in cases
arising from an impure state of the blood. The com
bined use of the two is said to result favorable in all
cases. In the above list may be found a panacea for
all diseases ; try them. Mansttm Star, Feb. 15tk, 1860
Manstvn, Juneau 0., Wis. novl-dw4w
n. i. i.
illti TrlLE MA.tSTO i'BEEB?E AXD BE
Let the Sick Bead and Reflect.
RADWAY'S UEADY RELIEF checks aU diseases
arising from cold aud unwholsome weather. Tu lake
it al this seasou is to put on defensive armor against
Rheumatism, lever aud Ague, Lumbago, Neuralgia.
Sore Throat, Colic, aud all other complaints caused and
aggravated by cold and damp. Tho suddenness with
which it arrests these disorders is a phenomenon in
medication. For all pain, however excruciating, it is
au iustiintaueous remedy. Ladies lind it a present help
tor the debility occasioned by miscarriage, and lor the
tortures thev suffer from peculiar lunclioiial interrup
tions. Applied externally it reduces the iuttammation
of burns, cuts, scalds, bruises, sprains, sc., ana gives
immediate relief to the sufferer.
LOOK OUT FOR TIIE PESTILENCE.
In cases of Small Pox, Scarlet Fever, Measles, Putrid
Sore Throat and Dipthera, if Radway's Ready Relief
and Regulating Pills are resorted to in the early attacks
of these diseases, no danger need be apprehended.
They will break up aud exterminate every vestige of
the disexso in forty-eight hours. Kadways Keaay Ke-
lief will, under ail circumstances prevent pittingof the
face in cases of Small Pox. If Radway's Readj"Reliof
and Regulating Pibs are used daily when either ot the
above named diseases prevaail as epidemic, they will
surely protect all who use them against attacks. Rad-
wav s Ready Relief will cure Croup when ail oiucr
Radway's Regalating Fills.
WARRANTED TO OPLKATE IN SIX HOURS.
RiDWjiv's Rggi-lati.xs Pills, vegetable and inocu-
ous, operate and relieve in from three to six hours.
Six pills are equal to thirty of tho draslio pellets sur
charged with calomel and other corrosive minerals.
They never grpe, they never fail. Equalizing the dis
turbed circulation they control lever ; nniaiy evacua
ling me ooweis, uiey remove iuu uisiuruiug caue.
Instead of wrenching, convulsing, and irritating tbe
discharging organS, the pills soothe them like a healing
emollient, and are justly regarded as the only sale ca
thartic and alterative for ladies and children. Being
coated with sweet gum they are pleasant to take.
Ranwiv's Renovating Rmiolvkw obliterates all dis
ordors that blemish the face or person. such as sore
ness of the eyes, scrofulous eruptions on the face, and
ulcers and tumors, wherever located. Ulcerated Sore
Throat, Bronchitis, and all the distressing diseases that
fasten upon tho lungs, and it uucheckod, end in fatal
phthisis, are subdued by this --owcrful pulmonic. It
is the only ooxsnTi-TiONAi. kkmkkt to which shattered
humauity can resort with the assuranco of permanent
relief. Radway's Remedies are sold by Druggists
everywhere. , .
EWIN, PENDLETON & CD., Azents for Nashville
RADWAY k CO.,
ocL31-lm 23 John Street, X, Y.
The Advertiser, having been restored t health In a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered several years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-suflorers the moons of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure curt for COATS CMI'TIO.Y, ASTHMA, BRON
CUIUS, Sx. The only object of the advertiser in-
sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread iuformation which he conceives to be in valu
able, and ho hopes every sufferer will try is remedy,
as it will cost them nothing, and may pro blessing
Parties wishing the prescription will p address
Rev. EDWARD A. Wl ON,
oct4-ly Kings County, New York.
From tho Evening Mirror.
General Debiutt. We would advise aU who may
be afllictod with General Debility, to try McLean's
Strengthening Cordial. It is certainly a valuable rem
edy ; many of our friends have tried it, and they re
command it very highly as a Tonie and Alterative. It
is very pleasant to take.
Every country merchant, in laying in his supplies,
should be sure to take soma of this Cordial. It sells
rapidly, beyond the most sanguine expectations of the
proprietor. One day last week he sold every bottle
he had on hand. Now, with increased facilities, he is
able to supply ail demands. See- the advertisement in
another column. novl-(Uw4w
&ln consequence of some very wild
shooting recently done in our city, Iru Bow
ers has opened a Pistol Gallery ou the cor
ner of Cedar and Cherry streets. 3d floor,
where those who anticipate little amusements
of that kind can have an opportunity of
learning tbe beautiful art j and be guaran
tees that after a very little practice you can
"wing" your man every time. Open this
DR KING'S DISPKIN'SA UY
FOIt PRIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KING, formerly of New York, for
the last four years of Louisville, Ky.,
and who has devoted his attention to
tbe treatment of private diseases for 30 years, natters
himself, having attended to a practice fiu- an many
Xra, ana cured so many thousands, h is enabled to
core all diseases ot a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary is
No 23 Deaden k street, between Cherry and the Square,
econd story, where be cure all disease of a private
nature. ' ,
Gonorhea cured without nauseous medicines or iu
erference with business. '
Strictures of old or recent date, effectually cored In
a few days, by an operation which causes no pain.
Where a Stricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much. ,
Syphilis, with all the diseases of the skin, growing
out of neglect or bad treatment, can be effectually
cured in a few days. ''",-,
Seminal Weakness. Particular attention having been
given to this disease, and all the consequences growing
out of it, brought on in many cases by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence of the passions, a neglect of which will under
mine the constitution, rendering the subject onflt for
business or society, and causing premature old age. '.
Females who may be laboring with any difficulty of
the Womb may rest assured immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their
case, with aloe enclosed, direct to Dr. A. King, No. 33
Dcaderick street, Nashville, Term., wJU have the neces
sary medicines sent to their address. Office hour
from S o'clock In the morning until 0 In the evening. -
A QrT'TTiT A Tor th instant relief
Xi.O X li.lliXj. and PERMANENT CURE f
his distressing complaint use , , . .v ' !
F E IV D T' S t ' y .. j
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR k. CO., 10T NASSAU ST.,N
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by post.' i
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGLSTS. , j
- ..I ; i . . i 1.
ROBXST MOOKK. - - MATMEW ADD.
UOBERT MOORE & CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
JVO. 49 WALNVJ STREE1,
; Cincinnati, OMio.(f
OFFER for sal in lots : , . ,,
1000 Barrels Flour, superfine to extra family;
700 Bushels Clover Seede .. j ., ,- . ,4 3
1 00 - ' Timothy-- lit,iirfi. g.
300 , . Herds Onus; :
600 " Stripped and Clean Blu Gnu Seed:
1000 boxes Western Reserve, English ;Dirx,;aa4
Cordage, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs,". -r .,' I
We have ample faculties and give prompt aftoattati
to tbe purchase of Merchandise required by the South
ern trade, and to the sale of Cotton, Pig and Bloom
1roa DrlMd VnMt r,rf Prfhii..-. j.r.n
J l..e? i' ... t - .. . - - -
, ; . -Ly, . - - " ;
K . r? Daily Patriot Qfhck,
c-.i s, , 'ahville Novenibei 28, 1860.
Cotton; Market dull Sales yesterday at
882c per lb. -Bat little Offered. 'J
t' CHEES E Wtera Reserve-1 1 (l l per
Fi-OCR We quote
..SuperQue in barrels--.
Bttra ZSZSZi O0 7i
WHEAT This article is scarce, aod will
self readily at $1 25l S3 psr.buahet
B ACO-rShoulder I OJ , -eleaf aideai 130
14; bains 15I14c per lb..-"j a,.:i.-s
CORN-VVhite' 80 per -4usbelf mixed 75c
.OATS. 4550o pecbushalJ ai j
. L ARD -Supply limited Saleida. I3J to
15c per lb. according to paekagei"
: MEAL I. selling at "Jo. .baalrel.
FEATHERS We quote at 4143c.! $ h.
GINSENiJ 40045c. ft Vti's -- !
- - GROCERIES. V?o jjuote j - Fair j sngar
910 "ft fl.; prime to choice lOQOJe.; la
oarreis $ic. aavance on these Bgarea.e..
New York Coffee Sagars 101110. ft-V
crushed aud powdered ll12c.:L6aJ 110
12c. B W' " " j.
' MOLASSES AND STRUP.M .lasses ia
barrels 48045c ft ' gal.; half barrels 450
48c; Sugar House 43045c Golden 'Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels , 80c.: aad ke?s
(ten gals.) 85c. 4 t"-' j
' COFFEK Rio 16016c.; Laguyra none
ia market ; Java 19020c. ft. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 5Oc0$l ; Gunpowder 50
075c. j Young Ilyson 40060; Black 60
1 .50, r , v , ; v-i
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 6O0S1 75; and Barrel at
40c.fi bushel. r : -: w
COTTON YARNS.- The following are the
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
aud 800, 9c. ft doz.; 6 W, 10c; 500, lie,
and 400, 12c. . . .;Y j
WHISKY. Rectified is teld at 2 1024c
ft gallon, and country at 50075c $ galloa
according to quality. a . . - I .
CANDLES. Star 18o 'per lb.: for ligta
weight; 20c for fall weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e por.lb.'-i
Ralsius-L'tjrer ' t3a3 25'per" box; ' W. R
$2 50a2 75. - - -
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per bpx.J
V BRAN $1.10 per cwUi ii i I' j
HAY $26027 per ton. ;
RYE $1 0001 15 per bushel.
' BARLEY $1 25 per bashel. . . j
Mouetarv. . (
There was no Iraprrvement yesterday in monetary
affairs, tho stringency in the money market con tin-
ueiug unabated.- Exchange on New Orleans and New
York was scarce, aud advanced to 2 per cent, premi
um. We advance tbe rate of discount en foreign bank
notes, and also on some of those of our own State In
stitutions ; and It is necessary to romark that these
figures, in tho present unsettled condition of things,
and tbe diversity of sentiment amongst bankers, may
mislead, and should not be relied upou. We give
t'uera as the views of bankers yesterday, but to-day,
they may change. 'Vs-'' j
The only thing new that occurred yesterday was
the throwing out of the notes of the City Bank by the
other Bauks. -, - . , '"
t. I.oule Iarket.
St. Locm Nov. 24 P. If.
Ths market w 'nil i abuost every respect to
day. NutbiDgtr.tr. .j i bacco. Hemp and Lead.
Round lots of sntirris- 4 flour were to be bad at $4 25,
while some parlies mould not sell at S4 40. Wueat
was dull at yesterday's qunt .tious. Corn was heavv.
owing to tbe difficulty attending its shipment.- The
Doaw nere oemg nearly freighted, il was almost Im
possible to make engagements. - New Mess Pork sold
in small Ms at $16 60. A lot of eight hundred Hogs,
to weigh 9'2S pounds, sold for December delivery at
5Vc. Whisky was rather eaiier for buvers., Our
quotations of art cles Dot sold on 'Chang are nominal,
aud in these days tho cash will buy almost every.
inmg ai laro discounts upon the price named. Th
boats were mostly freighted, aud th tendency of
rates of Freight was upward, though quotations cau
uot be given, as tbore were uo eugagamasts ahoad. ,
Baltimore Coffee Tfarket. i
, ... ; ; - ; Baltimosb, Nov. 24. P. X.
COFFEE W h f n w closed our last week's report
there were but 185 bags musty Rio left ia first handa.
Tms parcel was subsequently purchssed at It rls.
On Monday tho Wheatland arrived from Rio, bringing
6.600 bags, and th nay following th Adelaide, with
6,000 bags. On the opening of the Wheatland's sam
ples, 2,680 bags were taken up by a large operator at
14 cts., which showed a decline of W ct. on previous
sales, and from this same lot 1,600 bas were resold
t- go West at 14 cts On Thursday 8C0 bags Kio
were sold from the same cargo at 14,' ct.;. 40w baxs
do at 14); cts., and 100 bags do at 144, cts. There
has been nothing as yet done with tbe other earn.
consequently the stock in first hands to-day fonts up
s,iuu ii. is. lo-uay we naa reporiea sates or 300 bags
Rio at 14 a ctg. We also note th arrival of the brtg
Virginia, from Rio, with 1,40 bags, makln the total
stock 12.000 bags. The market for the week closed
steady at the following quotations, vis: 13sl3)tf cts
for ordinary Rio; 14al4 cts for fur to nood do; 14
al4.V cts for prime do; l&al5W els for Laguayra, and
& ittio y.M per ju lur rfTi. .... . ,
- ow Urleana ITIarket. ;
' i - ' Nhw Orlbass, Nov. 25. P. If .
COTTON Tbe market for our leading stanle cloud
last week at a reduction of Xc.;'Middling ruling at
10,V10Vc: since which a heavy decline in Exchanra
aud increiuwd d fflculty in negotiating bills have com
pletely unsettled prices, and e-iused a further falling
off of about He. The sales emunrlse Soon i1m nn
Saturday, 40 Uo on M-.BKray , T00 on Tuesday. 2000 on
nwiwuiujp io,uuu yesieruay, ana juoo to day, ma
king a total of 41,600 bales. Ihe receipt, since tho
19lh inst., comprise 70,862 bales, against 74 ,720 during
the corresponding period last year, and tbe exoorts
44,817, leaving on hand a stock of 319,605 bales,
against 334220 same time last year. We now quot
as follows: . .
SEW OKLBAN8 CLASSTFICATIOK. , , - i '
luferier 3 I Middling;... . lb VfElOU
Ordinary ...... g) I Good Mid 11,VU ..
GK.Ord......; B) ' Mid. Fair....
Low Mid j Fair
TOBACCO We stated last week that the market
had exhibited some little movement, since which
there have b.-eu Turther sales of 600 hhds., which
notwithstanding the dirficalties in monetary mailers)
have been at about previous rates. To-day 27 hhds
sold at . We repeat our quotations as follows: ,
Factory Logs. .'..3 &3)tf I Fair...:.......T fid 8 -.
Planters' Lugs.. .8 Vg5 jFine.... "X 9'."
InTr to Com Leaf i(g,6 Choice sll
StTGAR The sales up to last evaninc embraced 1..
400 hhds, riding early in the week at 5M&6WC. but
closing at 5SAc for Fair to Full Fair. To day 600
hhds sold at the following rates: Inferior, 2)i(S)3c;
Common to Good Common, SrfS'3 V; Fir to Fatly
Fair. 4iffl5; Prime t- Choice, bi(aiili, and Centri
ftigid, 506. Week's receipts, 44J hhds.; exports,
1184.. - .!.' .': ' :.-' i.i'r.'l ml t r
MOLASSES The sales up to last evaninr embraced
nearly 5,500 bbls, closing at J326c for Prime to
Choice. To-day 1000 bbls sold at 11320 for Prim
t Choice, and some half bbls at 2SCeVi8-r We quote
bbls at 'JZtaVMc lor Prime to Choice, and half bbla at
Week's receipts, 11,379 bbls and VJ1 balf-bbl-;
exports. 7370. bbls and 3o2 baif-bbls. .
COFFEE The demand baa been moderate, the sales
compri-ing 2033 bags at 19'.14Kc. The stock oa
band is 19,472 bags, against 7133 lst year. Fair 13
&I33f,and Good FitE t Prime UU. i
Bank ffote andExchanrs JLlsfi
- ' - , . I
ail Toon. B'k Notes. t..pr
Bank of America. .... 10 dis
Missouri i.T.-. ...
Southern Bauk...vi JOdisl-tatw Bank Ala
Commercial Bank.., v 10 dis
Dandridge Bank., ...10 dis
pentraL .... ty. lo d is
commercial a x. 1U
All good east'a a ..ia is
Ocoee Bank. 10 dis
Virginia , ,.10di
-i. Carolina h Gee 10 da
V. Weet'a B'k Ga....l0ia
Lawrenceb'g Bank.'.no sale
Bank of TazeweU 2disj
Claiborne.... 2 dis
Norta Carolina.-. ... .Id dis
" EXCUANGK. ! "'
New Orleans . . ; . i . .v t pre
Citiaen's B'klem..no sale!
Bank of Jefferson. ... 90 d
Exchange Bank 90diK
New YorksoUlog.-; Snr
Philadelphia .w. pie
Kentucky Banks J dis
Ohie Banks i..9di
Louisville w pre
Indiana state Bank.'.zxdis
Clucinnati v ere
............ ..10 dis i
.-;:u .is. 1 a.. .
agrtcultn lrkr Brewna-
Mechanics' B k, MempUm.
siompnis saving inst. i .
Mia. is Manuf. Saak, j '
Central Bank.! ?"ii f
Farm's Moroni BankJ
Bank ef Trestoa. "areke
"-"' u I
' ii- r- 1: l..,-SIw"M (feu.,
Oold, Amor ioaa...... par I Silver.: .V..ii.,
40 acres, per acre.. sale 1 120's. ...no Sale
o s .no sale I ISO i.u..mkI.
1 THE NEW YORK HERALD, Baily.'
u THE NEW YORK LEDGER, YiUj. JL
HARPER'S ILLUSTRATED PAPER, Weeklyva j
i, LESUE'S ILLUSTRATED PAPER, Weektyi-j!
. THE WAYERLY MAGAZINE, Weekly.
WIliE'S SPIRIT OF THS TIMES, Weekly, i 4 f
THE LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS, Weeklv I
THE LONDON PUNCH, Weekly,-; V-i
THE INOOSTJMaS, Weekly' .-.. -'-
For sale by -h. . t nw JOHN YORK A CO.
For Rent or Lftts-,
IHATEa good Brick Dwelling, w lib four rooms
and tweuty acres of excellent land and Dien
tweuty acres of excellent land and cien
a a X
IT of good water I will rent r seas if from 1 1
on to five years. Situated en th KoleBsviUo Tur
put adjoiuiug th eorporation lin.. ..
J : tj A. 4,1U1 mUMtiilt ataSRITS).
oot'JD-atavtr . ,
4 Taa AaaUAAjtATios of LASOCAOaa There te a grew
fiig tendedcy ia this age to approiTiaie the" most ex
pressive words eC other ianguages, and after a while
BMorporat tnem mto our own ; thus ths word Ce
phaii. which is treat the Greek, signifying "for the
head," ia now becoming popularised is eonnectioar
wiu Mr. spAMmg-s great Headache remedy, but it
wui euw h usea in a more general way, ana tne wora
CsphalM will -become a common a Electrotype and
many others whose distinction a foreign wrds baa
been, wora away by commas esage unla they seem
--iiiT mitt i aii. manor bora.' j t J
.2- f -T -s1 J i f n i i
f.- HI 'aJ. ' 'orrible 'eadaehe this haftaniaoa, hand t
stepped into the hapothocarioa hand says hi to the man
"Cin yon hease me of an 'eadachef" Does it hache
ard," say '. "Hexceedingty," says hi, hand upon
that 'e gave rae a Cephalic Fill, band 'pon me i 'amor it
cured me se quick that 1 'ardly realised I 'ad aa ad-
T- AT Hbasachs hi the favorite sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever fxem the natu
ral state of the braia, and viewed ia this light it may
be looked on a a safegaard intended to give aoticesif
disease which- might otherwise escape attention; till
too late- to be remedied : and its mdieatiuns should
never be neglected.- Headaches raiy be classified un
der two namea, vis : Symtomatic aad IUiopaUuc.
Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly common and js
the precoraor of a great variety of diseases, among
which are Apjplexy, lMit, Rheumatism and alt febrile
diseases. In its nervous form it is sympathetic of dis
ease of the stomach, constituting sick hiadaek, of
hepatic disease couiiitutiiig tuiiuaaiajcAe, A worms,
eoBstipatkm and -other' disorders of the bowels, as
weu as renal and utorino affections. Disease, of the
heart are very frequently attended with Headache ;
An.-emia and plethora are also aTcettons which fre
quently occasion beedache. - Idiopathic Headache ia
also very -common, being usually distinguished by the
name of nareuus aesnadte, sometimes coming ou sud
denly in a state of apparently sound health, and pros
trating at onoe the mental and physical energies, and
in other ia-tancea it comes oa slowly, heralded by de
pression of spirit er acerbity ot temper. In most in
stance, tho pain is ia the front of tne head , o vor one
or both eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting ;
under this class may also be namd A'euraUfia.
For the treatment of either class- ot Headache tbe
Ophalic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy,
reliving tbe most acute paias in a few minutes, and
by its subtle power eradicating the diseases of which
Hea iaoho is the unecring index.
Bkbobv. Missus waste yea t send her a box of
Cepkalie Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills, but I'm
thinking that's not ust it naitaer ; but perhaps ye'll
be afther knowing what it i. Ye see she's nigh dead
and gone with the Siok Headache, and wan la seme
more or that same aa relai ved her before.
DruagisL You must mean Spalding's Cephalio Pills.
Bridget. Och t sure now and you've aed it here's
the quarther and giv me the Pills and don't be all day
about it aither. r -. ,-
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the "many ills flesh is beir to" is so pre
valent, so little understood, and Bo much neglected as
Costiveness Often originating in carelessness, or
sedentary habits ; it is regarded as a slight disorder
of too little conseqaeaoe to excite anxiety, while in re
ality it is the precursor and companion of many of the
most ratal and dangerous diseases, and nnless earlv
eradicated it will bring the sufferer to aa untimely
grave. Among tbe lighter evils of which oostiveness
is the usual attendant, are Hoadaehe, Colic, Rheuma
tism, Foul Breath, Pile and others of like nature,
while a long train of frightful diseases such as Malig
nant Fevers; Abcossos, Dysentery, Diarrhosa, Dyspep
sia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypo-
cuondrasis, Melancholy and insanity, nrst indicate
tneir presence in the system by this alarming symp
tom. Not unfrequently the diseases namad originate
ra Constipation, but take on an independent existence
unless the cause is eradicated in an early stage. From
all theee considerations it follows that the disorder
should riceive Immediate attention whenever It oc
curs, and no person sheuld neglect to get a box of Ce
phalic Pilfs on tbe first appearance or tbe oomplalnt, as
their timely use will expel the msiduoai approaches of
disease and destroy this dangerous foe to human life.
A Real Blessing.
Fkgtieian. Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache
Mr. Jones. tin l Doctor, all gone I the pill you
sent eared me m just tweuty mmutea, and I wish you
wouio. sene me more, so that 1 eaa Dave them bandy.
r A yrwaan lou can get them at any Druggists.
Call for Cephalic Piils, I find tbey never fail, and I re
commend them in all cases ef Headache. - -
Jfr. Jonm. I shall sond for a bex directly, end
shall tell all my suffering friends, fer they are a real
Hemmg. ;.a. . --- . j
TwaavT Mnxjos or Dollabs Savb. Mr. Spalding
has sold twe millions ef bottles of his celebrated Pre
pared Glue, and it ia estimated that eaeh bottle saves
at least tea dollars worth of broken furniture, thus
making aa aggregate of twenty millions of dollars re
claimed from total loss by this valuable Invention
Having made his glue a household word, be now pro
poees to do the world still greater serv ioe by curing all
the aching heads with hi Cephalic Pills, and if they
are as good aa ria Glue. Headaches will soon vanish
away, like anew ia July. - - A . . 4
samT Over Excitement, and th meats care and aax
iety incident to close attention to businen or study.
are among tne numerous causes or Nervous Headache.
Tbe disordered state of mind and body incident to this
duttressing complaint is a ratal blow to all energv and
ambition. Sufferers by this disorder can always ob
tain speedy relief from these distressing attacks by
using one of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symp
toms appear. It quiets tbe overtasked brain, and
soothes the strained and Jarring nerves, and relaxes
the tension of the stomach which always aecompanio
ana aggravate in. aiserueroa ooauition 01 tbe brain.
Fact woktb exowlvg Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for tick Headache, Bilious Headache,
ervous Heaoaciie, eoeliv.no. aad Weoeral Debility,
ilI 1 - . 1 r. U
:. I".-'..-. .' - - '' i.---"
' Gkbat Dtcyi' t Among tb meat important of
al! the great w :d'oal discoveries of is ag may be
consiuerea vf evstem 01 vaccination tor protection
from SmaD P-a.' the Cephalic Pill for relief ef Head
ache, and th- ft Q-imins for the prevention of Fe
vers, either iY Si-i!i .19 a sure specific, whose benefits'
will be exp- i-arc.t by suffering humanity long after
their discoverers axe forgotten. .-, , ..
'-':, - -' V -r' ' :
- e; .f - ,JJi:.i tl.'A k.2;
- aT-Rn yon ever have the Sick Headache f '. o yoa
remember tbe throbbing temples, tbe fevered brow,
the loathing and disgust at the sight of food. How
totally unfit you were- for pleasure, conversation or
study. 1 One of the Cephalic Pills would have delivered
you from all tbe auflsriag which yoa then experienced.
For this aad other purposes yea should always have a
hps of them oa baa to aae as occasion requires. - '
rv ( as-'e
ui : - - 1-4
--J-:. I jzu o-
By tho as f thee Pills tho periodic attacks of
UtrmmsmrSick Ieodmek may be prevented ; and Of
taken at too- commencement of an - stuck immediate
relief from pais aad sickae will be obtained. i ,
They seldom fail in removing the Asbm and Head
meht to which females are so subject.
They: Mifwtfy upon tho bowei, removing CosUos-
- For- LiUrarf Ifsn, Students, DuUcate Females, aad
all persons of smitntary kabiU, they are valuable as a
LcLtcUvM, improvtag tbe ajipmtiUf givmg tea aad vigor
to the digestive organs, and restoring- tu. natural
elasticity and strength or th whoia system. " ' ;
-. Tho CQ'HAUU PILLft are tho remit of long teve
tigatioa aad carefully ooadactod oxparimeala,- having
been ia ase assay years, dor ing wham tuaa they have
prevented aod relieved a vast amount of pais aad
autermg from Beodacho, whether riginating ia tbe
amM ay sum or from a deranged state ef tho stomeek.
They are entirely va;. table h their oomp -eiuoa,
aad may be taken at all tun with perfeet safety with
out making any Chang of diet, aad the aMenes of mnf
duaormabl mat reader tteasyst adewt s?or Uem to
caeUraw. . a . t J !
ti uT ARior cocT3rsnsi
Tho reaemo-lavs iv igniT of Eeary C SpaM
iDf oa each Bos, -v , . , 4 : -J 3 r T i
i --;d by Itp- and aU other IW-srs ia Medic lea.
! Box wm be t jt by -aailpreiiaidiroot.staa' the
ji eriUr tiJ ho adiraised U
ESNST a SPALDING,
,ia.w t4V 1 Bir-
fl - - TT : :
1 , 1 wi'"'tLV'jiTTjg-'-fji
Aa aperient aad stomachic preparatios of
HUBS purifled of Oxygen and Carbon by eom-
ousuoa in xiyarogea. or aiffa medical anchor.
lty and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
l!l r1tlif MfrN-a'w V sr?
TJKSILrTY . NESVOTJS ATYECTIOSS.
CIATI0N, DYSPEPSIA,' DiARSSSA, C0NSTI-
rwXlUJI.' .uiiUrULA, SALT RHEU1I, SCURVY,
JATJJfDlCE. LIVZa COMPLAINTS RHETT2IA.
aTSM. KmCTJRIAL CONSEQTJEKCES. TJSTEE.
anxiiST FiiVIvSS, Ki-UKALGIA CEE0XIC
KSADACHES, FEMALE WEAKrTESS. 11TS-
HENorSUATION,' "VHITES, CHX0R0SIS, ete..
PDtPLES ON THE PACE. R0UCHNESS OP
litL aoXH, eii , '
The IRON beinf absorbed bv the blood, and
thus circulating through, the whole system, no
part of tno body can escape their truly wonder,
lul inficenee. . - i : -
Thscrpsrienee of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
Tonmarert with. it. Impurities of tie blood, de-
pressioa of vital energy, pale and otherwise
uckly complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In U rases of
female debility .3uor albus, chlorosis, etc. its
effects are delightfully renovating. Vo remedy
has ever beea discovered, in the whole history
of msdicine, which exerts such rrompt, happy.
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete cUgetrtioa, rapid acquisition of strength
witi aa unssual disposition for active anc
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pat dp In Mesne fiat metal bttxes contain' a
SO pills- price 50 cent prr Imix ; six boa-ee.
$' aOr nc uoicii boxes. $4- OO. For sijle bjr
Drn;ixltl Eiierally. AVI 11 be sent free to
any aldres. on rerrlt of the price. All lei
terc. o 11I era, ctcM should be addressed to-
' K. B. LOCKE & CO.,
33a BRoiuwir, n v.
above Is a (kc-elmlln mt tbe
DR. J. H. McLEAN'S
f'lrcuglnenin Cordial and
The Greatest Remedy in the World, and the
-' most delicious and delightful "Cor-
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
entific and Vege
procured by the
ff distillation of Roots.
Herbs and Bark,
Yellow Dock, Hlood
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion enters in
to iu composition.
The entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
method of dimlimg,
Eelort takiiiic.ous. . exhuersimg After takint .
spirit, and tho most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, aud restoring the sick, suffering
and debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
lcluean's Sirens tUen.iijr
. , . WILL EFFECTUAIXY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jauu
tiee. Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of tho Kidneys.
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver ot
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidit)
oraicknessof the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, Dull Pain or swimming in the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Eructations, Choking or suffocating feeling w hen lying
down, Dryness or 1 eliowuess of the Skin and Lyes,
Night SweaU, Inward Fevers, Pain iu the small of the
Back, Chest or Side, sudden flush of Heat, Depression
of spirits. Frightful Dreams, Languor, liesixtudency ,or
any Nervous 1 hsease. Sores or Kiolches on the skin, and
Fever and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Orer a Million of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satistaclioii. Who
then, will suffer from Weakness or iK-bility when Jlc
Lean's Strengthening Cordial will cure your
. No language can convey an adequate idea of tbe im
modiaW and almost miraculous change produced by
taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or unpaired by sickness the
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored to iu
prestme health and vigor. -
HIABRIED PEKSOMS, .
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean's Strengthening Cordial a thorougt
regenerator of the system, and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will lind in
the Cordial a corUm and siwedy remedy
, TO THE LADIES, .
- OTeLean'a Strenstkenlns Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption. , AVliltes,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation. Incontinence ol
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of the
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Disuses incident to
Females. --r -
- There la no ?I Intake About It.
Sufior no longer. Take it according to directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
th bloom of health to mount your cheek again. Every
bottle is warranted to give salisfacticn.
v FOR CHILUKIvl.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Mc
Leans Cordial will make tncin healthy, rat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try il and you will be convinced.
Itls Dellelonsto Take,
. CAUTION. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm upon you some Bitter, or Sarsaparilla
trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it is just
as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean '.Strength
ening Cordial, and take nothing else. Ills the only
remedy that will purify the Blood thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen the system.
One ubiespoonful lakeu every morning fasting, is a
ceruin preventive for Cholera, Chilis and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or any prevalent disease. . il is pet - up in
Price only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for f5
j. il Mclean, 1
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's V
canic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine sU ,
St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W.W. BERRY & DEVOVTLLE, Nashville,
and all respectable DruggisU everywhere.
maylO-dmsswly ". (
x . I
r Save 1 he Pieces !
- As aeeidents anil aafpta. enen in welt regulated ami
lutt, it is very desirable to have some cheap snd con
Bleat way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUTS j
meeUatl such emergencies, and no household caa af
ford to he without iu . It is always ready aud np to the
slicking point. Ther is no kicger a necessity air
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It just the article for cone-shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used ta th place of ordinary mucilage, beiug vastly
more adhesive. ... s
- VUSEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
K. Bs A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
eeotav . i
Wbo!a!e Dopot, No. 4 Cedar street j Tvew York, j
Address,-' HRRTC.SPALDISG&C0., ;
.' "-r ; Box, No. 3,600, New York;
T Pul np for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and TwpIt DoBcn a beaulirui uiuograpnic snow
Card aecouupanyipg each package. ..--;
A SinalO bottle of SPALDING'S PRLPAKED
GLLS, will save tea times lu oust annually to every
household. ,; . e , ,
, Sold by all prominent Slatiooers, Drugrisu, Hard
war and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and taacy Stores
lAiustry inerchaau siiouid make a note of bl'AL
KING'S PREPARED GLUE, whoa making op tbeir list
t will stand any climate.. ... j . jaalo-ly.
Strayed or Stolen.
FIOM my residence,' on Friday night last, near the
Bueaa Vista Springs, a BLACK PONFY about four-
m hands high, with a brand on his right hind quar
ter. I will give a rewurd of $10 to any one who will
gtv me any mformalioa a to hts w be rea bonis.
noris-lw t -- - -I.JONKS.
FOR RENT l OK 1SC1.
TEC Store Boom oa College Street, occupied
bv IfMara. Ooutd ai ryuMiiiii aa a Purni
tnr. niih hthmut. 1 3
iMrsaiua givco 1st Xahaary; iWf. App'j. i
"- uova-tf ; laCliAEL YipoHX. I
i Z alDdstsscied cr fresh. separeU or mlx4, de.
L " liv.rad lBaIl oarts of the city al short notice
and full measured cords, at the lowest market price, by
direst ing to Box bit P. 0.,or leaving orders at th ol-
t -m orjtyo't to tv-raj'.'fj',-,l-ir
C ' - : TEGETABLB J t
';vf " j THE GREAT. x
.FillLY. SESirBE CP TBl IU!
WE ask the at ten lion of tho trad and the pontic H
- this long and unrivalled
fbr Out cure f Colds, Coughs, Weak StomatM em
General JMUIU9. lndiaestim. Crump sad law es
OtumatA, &.icri Cuwqiawtf, Coiie, iAarrko. thtitra.
And for Fever and Ague,
There is nothing belter. It has bees favorably knew a
fur more than twuaty years to be Lb -
ONLY SURE SPECIFIC
far the many diseases incident to thehumaai lasali-
Internally and .Externally
it works equally sure. "
W bat stronger prtxY of thee facts can be u-odoced
than the followmg Inter received unsolicited from Rev.
A. W. Curtis :
Cionai. Mauvaa Co.. Mich. . Jul t. I80V.
MksKs. J. N. IUkbjs k Co.,
CcrtUmm .- ILe ronodt-nce I have m Perry lava.
Pam killer as a rrnmlv for Colds .Concha, Burns Sprehis
una Rheumatism, IOr the cure of which 1 have sucr.ss
fuhy used it, nnims me tocheertBUy remnmend aa
virtues to otLers. ' r ' " : C-
A Tew kiunths nol lied recourse o-it w dAtn.y a
fekdi ; although 1 had never heard of lU being used Mr
that purl"- Intt fcavlng snfiered iatrncely from a for
mer one, and Laving no other remedy al hood. 1 applied
the Pain killer freely lor about tuteeu suaiults al eve
ning, nd repeated tiie application vei J bra-Uy the next
morLing. whah eulu-eiy destroyed the L-iou.and ia
eraed my coondenr in the atuity tS tbe remedy
1 oui s truly , A. W. 1 1 RT1S,
- ' 5ttaierof theWesle-yan Methodau Ctierct-.
"THE PAIN KILLER
has been tested in every variety of climate and by
almost every nation known to Americans. It th?
Yoi.nlaijt romtiaiiMiD and imslimable friend ol tbe rout
s'.' 111. y and traviU.v, on M-a and land, and no one
should travel on our LAKLSok K1VLKS WriHOlT 11
PU. . , ' U . fL.-. Ul, m UUJC 1 MM! UK. ,
es many orthiess muiirunis are attempted tu be sc-ki
on the great repi talKm of this valuable niedirine.
aj-l irectis Mccomianyu:g each boll.
told by dealers every a liere.
Price ocu., 50 els. audit per botue.
J. N. HAKK1S Jt CU.,
Proprietors for the Western and Southern Stales
Sold by W W Berrv Jk Demoville snd hwm.I'endlcuai
& Co, Narhviiie. Teun: S Mautiedid Co. Memiihia.
Tenn; J Wright k Co, Scovil A Mead, New Orleann-1
L.l.n.J iv:l.. ; -.1... t- . a. .
nuuvi, IMUIktlU,, A, JUUD I'liri.vllKX
Jjii. S. O. lUCllAHDMiS
. . . . . -1 i
The Ctlebraled Sew Ecglscd Eeinedr
Jaundice, fhxr and Ague, General DebAitf, and !
JAseases aruinafrom iAasntered Stomach,
Liter or Bowtia.
THKT are are used and recommended by trading
Physicians of the country, and all who use them
pronounce them invaluable.
Dr James L Lecpero writes from Navarre. Stark CO.
Ohio, ' The bitters are highly praised by those Butter
ing from indigestion, dyspepsia and liver romitiarmt
E t 1 la vis, PuKUaastrr at Will is import, tip 10, says,
" They give great sattsfactioa. 1 as them myeea.
having taken cold, become pros U ale and ket my app
tiie. It relieved me, and I can reooanantad t wHh
great assurance of iu menu."
Dr. . m. M. hen-, or Kogersvule, lad,, writes us that
they are the most valuable medicme eOered, He baa
recommended them with great succa,and with tbem
made several cures of ixahntalion of the heart and era.
Ihomas Stanford, Esq., BlounUviUe. Henry . lad.;
wriu-s us a hiug letter under dau of May 4, 1800. He
was much reduced, having beea afflicted for three
years with great nervous debility, palpitation ut the
heart of ihe most severe and prostrating character.
"after using a few bottles, I was complei ely reelored.
and am now in robust health."
George W. Hoffman says be was afflicted w!tb fcheo-
matism for twenty years, in all iu various forms, aed
at the date of his fetter he had been two yeai s well.
me cuiers eneciing a cure, wnen several pnytictaaa
attending him could do him no good. He aavt, ' lor
rheumatism, disepMa, liver complaint, kidney afiee.
lKn. or t1roisy, il is a specific certain remedy,'
i J. W. Hunt writes from Delphois. Alien eo.. IH110. a
sectHin where fever and ague prevails,) that he moat
chen-fully recommends them of decided merit ia all
cases of fever and ague and general debility 4
D. K, Gallehers, 11. D., write from an Wert, (mm,
I nniet respeouully recommend the Sherry Wme Bit
ter to the notice of all dupeptic persons, and to al
who require a stimuuting medicme. "
SIC1I aEWS WE KK BECEIVnC DlILa
FILL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANY LNQ EACH HO-rTtli.
Tbey are sold by Medicine dealers generally
Price 7a ct. par bottle, . -
J. N. HARRIS k CO., CmcinaeU uuir.
Proprietors for the Southern and Western Plates .1
whom address all orders,
For sale wholesale and retail by W W llerrv k JJf
moville ; Ewin, l'enftk-UKi a: CVj. , and Rains a Browt s
Na-hville, Tenn.;S. Mansfield k Co., Memphis, letia..
J. Wright k Co., and Scevil k Means. New Urleana; J
D. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; tdwaod Wilder, Louaville.
PURIFY THE BLOOD !
DR. WEAVER'S CANKER AND SALT RHEUM SY
RUP, for the cure of Canker, Salt Rheum. Ery-
ipelas. Scrofulous Diseases, Cutaneous Eruptions, for
lyes, and everv kind of Ihscese arising from aa im
pure state of the Blood. THE MOT Q'FFjLTIVb"
BLOOD PURIFIER CF THE NINETEENTH CENTL'HY
l is the Prescription of an Educated Ihysician. and
alt who are attiicled with any of tbe abov named dis
eases, stiould use it without delav. It will drlv th
isuaaes from the system, and, when once out oa the
kin, a fow applications ol 1R. WEAVER'S CERATK. er
OI.nTMK-VT, and you have a periuaaenl cure.
The Cl-ltATE lias proved itself to be the best Oint
ment ever invented, and where ouce used, it has never
becu known lo fail of e fleeting a permanent cur of Old
Sores. Tetter and Ringworm, Scaki Head.Chdblains aal
Frost Biles, Barber's Itch, Chapped or Cracked Hand
or Liiis, Blotches or Pimples on the Face. And for
Si RE NIPPUR AND SOKE EYES, the Cerate is lb. only
thing required to cure. It should be kept tn the house
of every family.
- lYiceef fyrup$l. Cerate of C3 ccnU per bottle. Di
rections accompany each bottle. Sold by moat Medi
cine Iiealers. J. N. H ARRK OO. , Proprietors,
For the Western and Southern Stati S; Cincinnati, O.
To whom orders for tho abov Modicines may be ad
dressed. Sold Wholesale and Retail by W. W. Berry k Demo
ville. Fain, Pendleton k Co., Rams Brown, and all
other IruggisU of Nashville, Tenn; S. Mansfield k Co.;
Memphis, Tenn; Edward Wilder k Co., Louisville, Ky t
J. Wright At Co., New Orleans, La. . aug0-dawly
leSJ Opened at 1 I
FRANC IS C'O'-S.
OUR Fur Department is now opened fbr the ia. pre
lum of the ladies, where may be found the largeat
and best selected stock of ladies Fnrs ever hroeebt ta
this city A J FRANCISCU.
octli Hatter and i tirrier, 23 Public Sqa
Our ."Moleskin Hat.
r f HTS beautiful style or Hat which we ar getting
i up for the Fall and Winter wear at far superior to
any yet offered. A. J. FRAXC1.-CXJ,
oct 17" ' No. 23 Public Square.
Cltildren's Fancy Hats and
SOME New and Beautiful styles, which wo ar now
ofTermg (all Parisian designs), to which we invite
tbe attention of parents. , A J FRANCISCO,
octlT . , - j;e 23 Publie Square
Fall and H int. r Styles of Sort
-.' Ilata. - -
CTTE would call especial atteclion to our large ha
V V pnrtation of French Black and Brown and Xapt
Otter Hats, so popular in the Sooth for Fall and Winter
ear.- - - a t raANcraco,
ocU.7 ., Hatter aad Farrier, Xo ZS Public Square.
Of Valuable Tanning- Landi.
Ff pursoraace of a decree of the Caaacery Court at
Char kit le, rendered at the September Term, 1M0,
ia the case ol John R- Anderana, for use of Irby Mor
gan St Co., against 1. W. and M. F. Sheltoa, I will ea
Saturday, the 23d of December next, proceed to sell
in Uie- highest bidder, at tb Court Hooao door ia
Charlotte, a valuable Farm lying oa Yeliow Creek ia
Dickson county, cocUm ing about 400 acres, about 100
acre of which is cleared, and nnder a good lUU of
cultivation. - The abov described tract of Land has
upon it a comfortable Dwelling House, with all neces
sary out houses. A pUt of tbe above described Laads
will b shown oa the day of sale. Terms cash.
aovlO-lm H. C. COLLIER, Ck.V
Boots,' fclioes, Trunks. ; .Valise-'
New Stock Just received by - '"'
F . H , BLACK MAN,-
. . cossxa or xaskxt snotxr ajo vsm eqcaaa,
THK undersigned ber leave to call tb attention of
the public to his haadeom and oanprehenaivo
stock of Goods in the above line, cem prising all ujm
ef , ....-.;
Indies and GenUemen' yTcar,
" 1 Negro .Broseia,-''
And every variety ef articles usually kept to similar
establishments, all of which will be sold at iSMus-
SS, Low PrieL , ' - r. H. BLACK MAN.
DUVAL & JONES:
No. 8 - Cberr-r Street,
.1' .' NASHT1UX, AaKaSSaX - -
OCtaVtf ?''Vf"T ?
:.::; Axmn aeticl5.v;)
m BOXES English Dairy aad Westers lUwer
Cheese, just received direct from the rAeirte.
a4 tarsal, by l.-j. . ,BNJ.r SaJJOJJBiaGa
aovl-tf, , , .. 4 . , . . t . .. -4
COSSlGNaCT of Fresh Ohio Veal Just received
WSM-' 1 "