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KNOXVILLE. TENN., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY -25. 'I860.
CITY 3?JLAJN !
FOR 1 00.
Prizes payable immediately after the Draw
ing without reduction !
.Aasbcrized by a Sparta! Act of the Legislature, fop tbs
bent-tit of Academies una for other purposes.
HODGES, DAVIS & CO., MANAGERS,
EY THIS SCHEME PURCHASERS
cm selei-t tln'ir own uuu-lni, ttinl pjy any amouDt
for a ticket they tie-it e.
T. X TKA CLASS!
75 Ballots 12 Draws Nomre&s!
To be drawn ia the city of Macon, every Modilay. Tues
day, Wed nesday. Tbmaiay, Krida.v aud Saturday Alter
nonj, t 4 ucluct, uurii.g the teuta IS--0-, I860, lool,
By thin Cla.-'s. tlio holjer f any One Dollar Ticket, if
tbe numb-p e-j btdecu-d iioiil-l he drawn, will be etiti-tl-d
to prize, accoming t the following
Any $1 (tO Ticket with 9 Irwu numbers on it, $100,000
" -.8 - - 50.1PH)
" ' Ji " - S 'i.j.OOO
u u "6 " 1.5oU)
" '. 5,ooo
a m 4. - . l.utK)
4 44 4. . ;j 44 tf 21H)
. 4. d ao
WW 44 14 44 4i (4 J
Any $1 00 Ticket with a diawa number on it v.-
siatiouml to coiut out at any particular
. place, such as .11 lt. ".'J, 3L or aoy other
ttion ii tli j lirawmg. .... ................. C3
Tickets from SO cents to any Price I
And Krizee paid at the above rates per dollar. - "
This i the favorite scheme ia New York, Washington,
Bt'timorp, Philadelphia, B-wton. thiragu, liu.'Talo, and
other cities, where there aie S,UU0 olnea in which Tkk
ets i& thit . heme are exclusively Mild, and sjich ia the
demand tu U the Managers of tiie txn.-ol dated Ijotle
rieat of Ueuria h:ve been induced 10 itii Tickets for the
benefit of our town and village friends who cannot pur
chane in the Citie-. Ke-liu that it wiil be as sitccesetnl
in the cjantry as in the cities, the -Man.gets submit it to
t hair patrons.
PL4AN OP TIIE LOTTERY.
Tn the above lovi-1 and lucky scheme there are 74
Bnntbers. frota 1 t 7) inclusive. 1. rimed upon separate
pieces ;f paper, aud ea-'lostsd iu tin tubes placed in a
i wh I. Upon the day of drawing the wheel is rw
Vfl around sevenil ' times, and a Mi.-iall Loy who is
blindfolded draws a umuljer at raudum fnmi the "-heel.
It is then xhibtted t'j tle andience. and r)(intered by
the etaio CVmriiis-i.nier- a.4 the first Utawu Number.
Tha wheel is revolved aaiti never! timet, aud then the
second Muiaber drawn. 1 h.s operatiot, i repeated till
twelve am drawn out and registered a.4 the 1st, ii, Sd.
6th, 6th, 7fi.tth. Vilt, loth, lltb aud 12th liawrt
umbers, and any Tfkeis having the numbers selected
with the numbers drawn from the alieel anywhere Uhvi.
tht-m (enceit the statiou uurulK-rs. which must be iu tt
r.tii..i f.r wit'ch they bought,) are prizen; if not tilt
a4 bl tilKS.
1 . f -k ..Uaicret t).ii wheaie liit ivfr nl otly.r is. H,V,.
ttauai'ies a.iv iw 1.1 (mi t tia 14 Tk'.Lt with auyuuiiiher
- up to nine, a!i-t at any price he pleac i pay. and the
Prise are paid in full itu mediately alter the drawing.
No ticket which shall have drawn a prize of a supe
rior denomination, can be entitled t an inferior prite;
nor can auv ticket be enti'led to any prixe other than
that for which it was oriinnlly bought. For instance,
it a peisoa buy a $1 Oil ticket with niue numbers on it,
it the; are all drawn be i entitled to fUo.Oi'O ; if the
who:e 9 ncniber.4 are nut drawu it U blank. So with
aaynaiaber bought; they uuini all be drawn, or the
ticket will not beiilitKd to any prize. -
Addres allordtrs f r the Extra Class, w ith tlio num-b.-rs,
statiai: thedav andd-ite von want tbeiu for. to
IlODtjES, UAVIS A CO .
II.. D, A Cc are also Manager and ConlraciO-s of the
Florida, Keiia.ky. North and South Carim Consoli
luted Lotteries, which tiiey will soon commence draw
X. B. The Combinative and Extra Class LotUrus are
drawn every d-jy the ll i:in iry &(nrrfay.
Circulars containing lull explanation of our Schemes,
Ac. will be torwarded. by mail, to anyone sendiiir ns
his address. sep3 ly
WHOLESALE DRUG STORE
GAY ST., KNOXVILLE, TENN
Successor to Beanlm t Jackson,
Manufacturing Cbemlst aud Wholesale
QOLICITS THE ATTENTION OF
Physiciaus, Merchants and Families to his larje 1
srTkkof IKU(.S,CIIK1!(:LS.I-S. PAINTS. UKUsll
EA .PKRfL'MKRY. -U lc!l:!M. I .5TRUMKTS. Ac. !
. Lumt:u-turiD: tmby pi i., i..iis, I cu sell them
nsgoo.ltPrn.sastVycati be purchtaed anywhere.
I warrant ev-ry artn:! genuine ri:I as represented.
M - incrernitf' business warraiit in ia saying I cau
c intinue to ci'w sarifarfion to 111 v tron.
1 tbs. Pure a t tpetrc, ia store at
X BBL3. LARD OIL;
J 10 Tenners "
7 " Lamp Black :
1 Kerosiue or Oial Oil, at
IAA OZ. QUININE".
J J 6-1 lbs. Blue Mass ;
60 " Calomel;
ftoerl drns. at
mil a larye i-toa-k o
BBL. COACH BODY VARNISH.
1 Extra Furniture
1 " Second quality furaitura u
LBS. FAMILY bOAP IN 40
lb. boxes :
4O0 lbs. Finest White Starch, m lb. upers.
Ground Cloveia, Mace Nntmefjs. tTinti-inioti, Ailepice.
Pepper and Mustard, shi" table for fttuilio. and warranted
pirn at ' . . . - J A. K-a 8
N ASSORTMENT OF MEDICAL
PhTsicsans Pocket Cases :
' GROSS FAHNESTOCK'S A'ER-
ia Gross 5Iustansr Liniateo. "
5 M. V.'ood"s Uair Restorative.
5 " American Uor Kilitr. 1 , .
5 " Electric Oil. .
II'Mtetter'j rrrrer, Bfletrtv t dc. Moffetts do, Mc
Laae s Oils and Vermifuge, sad H ctlter pcpular patent
aedicines. iu store at JACKSOK S.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS. OE-EV
1 sry variety; Choice Pomades; Iliindkerchief Ex
trasU; Uair, Nail, and Tooth Brnshea, in food sssort
ALL SIZES CUT TO ORDER,
from 8x10 to 30x40. AU Glasa repacked if so r
tere.t. Orders by mail promptlv shipped ai directed.
8x10 and 112 put np in exUa boxes to avoid break
age. Address J. S. VAN GlLDStt CO .-dceS-lm
FUBUSBED BT -
Terms of Subscription.
One copy, one year, in advance .. '...J... .$3 00
Three copii-s. one year, in advauco 7 60
Five eopies. one year, in ulvance...............ll 00
Jg Remittances can, b made through, the I'ost Office,
at our risk, when the receipt of the Foot master is tuken
for the amount forwarded. .
Rates of Advertising.
TWELYI USES OF KOMPAREIL MAKE UM2 8QUABE.
One square, or less, one insert iou. ..... ......50 cents.
Kach subsequent insertion. ..25 rents.
Each adilitioual square will be charged at the above
rates. - 1
49" The number of insertions must be marked upon the
margin, or the advertisement will be inserted until order
ed out, and charged accordingly.
Advertisements set in double column will be charged dcd
A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise
by the year.
AU transient advertisements must be paid for in advance,
or satisfactory reference girth.
she svRVcciaij m.
Saturday Morning, February 35, 1860.
A Liberal Offer
For 65 inclosed to me by mail, I will
send Kain's Constable's Guide and Form
Book, my discussion on Slavery, and the
Weekly Whig for one year, and for S4, I
will send the (luide and Form l.nnlr. nnrl
i?. for one vear, to any one address.
-ayin the postage on the IJooks myself:
; , ' W. G. Brownlow. ,
' '-'Furnishing iiack Numbers.
Genjletuen frequently write to us for
lack number 9 of ouf Whig, or special
paper? cop taimqg, certain communications.
We have.n66p'are';nviin.bers left on hand
we never haveeacli. edition for the
week being consumed TVe ke6p ,ono file
of the paper, and have our' file bound.
These we keep for reference, and will not
send them to any one.
. Wanting to know our politics. J .
We occasionally recieve letters from men,
asking us to say, with apparent sincerity,1
in privite letter to,hem. what ou' poli
tical sentiments are ! We are rather at
a loss to know how to answer such ques
tions. Whether such men are them.-,
selves Lois, or desire to insult us, we are
unable to decide. Upoo the supposition,
howjver, that they are really in earnest,
wo will eay, in all candor, that we enter
tain no sentiments that we have not set
forth in our paper. And if we have been
unable to impress the mindd of these
gentlemen with our views, we shall be
unable to make ourselves understood in
any private letter that we may write.
Two Fast Tennesseean3.
Parson Graves, of Nashville, . editor of
the Tennessee Baptist, has iecsntly per
formed an extensive tour through Texas,
and gives notes of travel in his paper.
He points out two Tennesseeans by name,
and throws some light upon the Agency
I leA at Nashville for tllP JiunT' nf "',
! UelU 36 i"'5f l"e OJ laxl
Tennessee, and the Exchange Hank at
Murfreesboro. Here is the
paragraph to which we allude:
"Our townsman, the late Comptroller of this
SttvMr. Crozier, is considered the "fastest"
man nhout town. He lias purchase! the finest
private inansit'ii in the place, Ji ites the finest
horses, ami seem to be elbow liea-p" iu the
real cu-li. Such Hush men help make the
currency caj in a place. Mr. Spence. of Mur
frees!. t.rii, was expected tlailv tn join Mr.
j Crozier in Austin, for 80 in e laro operation, we
; hvlieve, ami it is it'itlerstoixl th-it they have a
hr.tvj eah capital. hh1 thatthe will make the
tiling good aroun.l them.
An Item of Corruption.
. Secretary Cobb, in answer to the Sen
ate's resolution of inquiry, as to the cor
ruptions of the Administration, gives
the names of several special agents he
has employed as Reveuue Collectors, to
whom he pays 16,000 per annum. In
other words, several secret agents are em
ployed at a cost of 16,000 per annum to
icatch higher officers, and keep them from
stealing the revenues of the Government!
This is an admission ; that they have
thieves in office. We suppose all the
otli3r Departments have these, secret
agents, and if so, this explains, in part at
least, what goes with the people's money.
If these agents, set to watch, should take
to stealing, as they no doubt will, it will
require others to watch them!
A Maii named Leslie was frozen to
death death near Moultoo, Ala., on the
Slst ult. Drank. ,
. Hon. Wm. Pennington, -
Election of SrjdutKB.. The election
of Wm. Peningtoo of New Jersey, after
so bitter and long contest, may.' justly
be considered a defeat of the Black Re
publicans, a triumph of conservatism and
an overthrow of the Helperites. ' They i
have been compelled to abandon . their
favorite candidate aou to submit to the
election of one, who if not entirely iden
tified with the great body of their oppo
neois is by no meat.0De. of themselves.
We have no doubt that the South will
willingly acquiesce in this election, amount
ing as it does to a defeat ot Sherman,
We have not much knowledge of the an
tecedents of Gov. Pennington V but he
has the reputation of being a candid, fwir
and hontst man, and o,ae who will in his
appointment of committees, the oply im
portant perogative the -'Speaker has, do
impartial justice to all parties. : He is Dot
claimed by the republicans as one of their
party, but is set down""is belonging to the
44 People's party," a ! new organization
lately spring up in the middle States,
wholly opposed ia priuciple to the abom
inations of the Republicans and he . has
never had any sympathy with the Abo
litionists. We have no doubt that his
administration of his oiice will be accept
able to all conservativcs!-4uM8a Dis
patch. ' : , ,i ,
"The Speakership Although 'the
election of Mr. Pen ni eg ton w 11 not be an
absolute Southern triumph, it is com para
tivelyso, by the defeat of Black Republi
canism as. embodied, in Sherman, the
endorser of the Helper Book. Mr. Pen
nington's antecedents are not, we believe,
so obnoxious to Southern censure as any
of the class of party men who have ban
ded together under the Black Republican
flag." With the abolitionists we have never
heard he had any association, except that
he is a non extensionist,, as regards slave
territory. The discomfiture of the Black
est of the Republicau set in Congress is
a subject of general congratulation where
fanatici.su. is not encouraged and elevated,
to the dignity of a virtue as itis in
certain portions oINAv York arid New
- V - .'"
Colds. Dr. Hall's Journal of Health
says there are three things every man
should do the moment he is satisfied that
he has taken cold : 1st, eat nothing; 2d,
go to bed and cover up warm in a warm
room: drink as much cold water as he can
or wants, or as much hot herb tea as he
can; and thus using himself, in three cases
out of four, the subjeet will be cured in
thirty six hours. On the contrary, if he
allows his colds to go two days unmolested,
he can swallow nothing that will effect it
in the least; and the cold, with such a
start, will run its coarse of about a fort
night, and whatever is swallowed then by
way of physic is a useless hindrance. It
is a mischievous, though somewhat pop
ular fallacy, "feed cold and starve a
fever." Feeding a cold is feeding a fever;
a cold always brings on fevr,' and never
begins to get well until the fever subsides;
and every mouthful swallowed is so much
fuel to sustain the fires of fever. It is
indeed, fortunate that as soon as the cold
is fairly seated nature allows no appetite:
otherwise the most common cold miht be
followed by very serious results, and, un
less upon a very sturdy constitution, would
almost prove fatal. -
' ' 'TIie DiFFERENcr. The Brandon Miss.
Republican fairly hits the insincerity of
the Democracy touching - the f-lavery
question in the I'oliowiug rough but lively
epigram : .
John Sherman, to prove you're bad,
But one remark euffices '
. You endorsed Helper'- book
Called "The Impending Crisis."
John Letcher, you once endorsed
UufFr.er'3 abolition opinion ;
" But you were a Democrat, John,
And now Gov'nor of the Old Dominion
John Shcrmau's a devil John Letcher's a
eaint - , , .
(John Letcher's a Democrat--John Sherman
ain't.) . . ' - .
" The negro settlement of Oberlin has
got to be a nuisanpe, which calls loudly
for abatement. It is a disgrace to the
State.- Oberlin has progressed far be
yond negro equality with the whites.
They rule the latter who live there with a
high hand. They sit down 'at the first ta
ble of the hotel there, and such whites
as do not like to eat with them are invi.
ted to partake of their leavings at, the sec
ond table." , "i . ;
The above is the finish of an article in
yesterdayV Enquirer.. V It is a precieiis
specimen of the rashness, ill-temper,
and injustice of a brain heated by partoV
zan rancor." Oberlin is one of the most
peacable,' temperate, virtuous and religions
communities in the State. The people
are intelligent, subscribe liberally to news-
papers, read much, and are an example of
hariuoiiy., They have . but one fault.
Ttiey art ultra on the negro question
They make no distinction as to color, and
religiously despise those who uphold
slavery. -Distasteful as this is to other
portions of the State, it is no reason that
Oberlio should be set down as a " nui
sance which calls loudly for abatement."
Would the Enquirer like to see Oberlin
invaded by a, mob, her peaceful homes
desecrated, and tier moral, upright citi
zens outraged? How else would it have
the ' nuisance abated ? It seems to us
that the plain proposal to destroy the com
m unity of Oberlio, by mob law or other
wise, comes with an. ill grace from the
exponent, par excellence, of popular sov
ereignty. Cincinnati Times
The Hon, Thomas Overton Moore, the
new Governor of Louisiana, says' in his
" There is a patriotic minority in the
non slaveholdiog States who are faithful
ly upholding the rights of the South and
battling for the maintenance of the Con-'
stitntion The entire South makes com
mon cause with this minority, constitu
ting a great national party, all striving to
conquer and annihilate that sectional par
ty whose success will immediately jeopard
and finally sever the Union. The triumph
of this great national organization will be
the beginning of a return to that 'perfect
union,' that 'general welfare, and that
domestic tranquility'. which the constitu
tion of the United State was intended to
secure. Such a triumph would greatly
Testore the old ' harmony and awaked
again the old sentiments; and it is the
last hope of those who like myself, desise
to see the Union perpetuated. : Louisiana
does not desire to see these States severed
from their present political connexions."
The Printing Fraud
Extraordinary and unexpected frauds
-are-being' discovered in. Washington. We
copy the following :
Mr. Megargee, of Philadelphia, testified
before the Printing Investigating Committee of
'the Senate on Saturday, that he received be
tween four and five thousand dollar from Mr.
Wendell foa the purpose of organizing a third
party in Pennsylvania proceeding the Guber
natorial and Presidential elections, which the
Democracy regarded as imperatively necf ssary
to secure the Slate for Buchanan. The money
was applied to that object.
Railroads in the South. Virgin
ia, up to the present time, has laid 1760
miles of road ; Georgia, 1240; Tennes
see, 1002; Maryland, 833 ; South Caro
lina, 807 ; North Carolina, 770; Arkan
sas, 38, but she, has seven hundred pro
jected; Louisiana, between two and
three hundred and all of them are laving
Death of Ban. Rush Floyd
Washington, Feb. 16 B Rush Floyd,
brother of the Secretary of War, died
suddenly last night of diase of the
heart, while he was in t act of packing
his trunk to attend the Democratic Con
vention in Richmond to dav.
a 9. H'.uohton, Wetumpka, Ala.
W. A. ALLEN,
T. h. mrx, Memphis.
C LCIX. .
RICE, LULL I CO.,
Lata Hough ton,Alltn & Co., Wetumpka, Ala.
RETAILERS AND JOBBERS
OF STAPLE AWD FiKCT
D Tt Y G O O T S,
100 WEST SIDE MAIN STREET,
(.lust below the Worshatn llou-e.)
T7ROM THE ABOVE CARD IT
-2 will be saen that aNKW BUSINESS is iut being
;rr.,Q ;.,.,,! i,. tl.a kEW STORE. Nii. Hl: Mam Strert.
riv Hnildinr. Memjihis. Tenn.. by the new firm a.f j
HICK, Lit Lu & CO. lie in dur.-u to eistablish
iheinselvs permanently and iiccemnlly in the favor
and coufiduce of the community, they k the atten
tion of the public to their .
NEW AND SPLENDID
Stock, of British, French and ' American Staple,' and
fancy Drv Hoods, embracing a selection of elegant Dress
Goods for indies, black and fiucy Silk and Robes. Pop
lin.. Ac with a complete line of WHITE GOODS, in
cluding Embroideries, Glove-, Hosiery, c, Ac.
Determined to make It to the interest of all to
patronize our House, we challenge a trial, and hops to
be put to the test. RICK, LULL A CO.
Memphis. Tenn., February 18, I860. ly
SITUATION. WANTED. T
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES A
Situation as Overseer of either Carding-or Spin
ning in a Cotton Mill. Has had loog expeiience, and
feels himself fatly competent to take charge of the most
extensive wills. Ha would rfer to Mr. George Coy.
manager of ths Cotton Mill, MaysvUle. Ky. ;
Address, ... JOHW A. CARD,
.. . . STEEIt PLOWS.
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE A
JL good sopply-or the above'
Plows now on hand. The Plow is
improved, and tbs price less. Call
Tail kai. isr suiw! TOsl T orders.
feu23 6w ' JXO- M- HEHPR1CKI
FBESH GARDEN SEED.
HPHE UNDERSIGNED HAS OX
, hand an abundant snppiy 01 insist s uarasn eeea.
i and get your supplies.
J. M. IIESDRICK.
NOTICE TO THE
or lhk " ''
1MIE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW
putting bd a STKAM KNQINK ot e.iahty -horse
Pnwtr, and is nearly rea-ty for ore-ation. and "tint ba-ing
abln to i an the tame to perfection, -wiahrs to sa II a part
or the whole. The mill i situated near the steamboat
landing, near Harrison. Hamilton county, Tenn . and ft
is enough to say. one of the best places for a mill in that
State. Any person wishing to engage in the business,
will do well to come and examine for themselves, or ad
dress tbs undersigned at Uarloo.-
JAMES T. OARDENUIRB.
IlAmatsoft, Feb. 19,1860. lm
. NEW WHOLESALE
NO. 255 BALTIMORE STREET,'
(Between Charter and Hanover,)
lames II. ItcnlHiry,
LATE WITH 3E0. H. VTAISDKR A CO.,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
VITE the attention of Coiintr) Men hunts to
their large and entirely frexh tdock of Hraw. lur, Cass.,
Wool aud Silk Hats, for the Spring Trade, of the latest
Having long experience in buninesn, and very superior
facilities in obtaining our snpplies from manufacturers,
we feel confident that we ran offer indm emen Is (to
Country Merchants, in both quality ud pi ice, and
would be pleased to have you call and examine our
stock, when you viit our city. Ordtrs promp ly atten d
ed to. Hats man ufictuied to order.
febl83m JAMES II. II KN BURY & CO.
AN A WAY, FROM THE SUB-
j SCRIBKR,on the4th day of July. is.Vt. a rxper
colored Negro Man 'by the name ol tOII, mImiui twen
ty five years old, five leet eight or ten incite tiib, wei;k
ing about one bundled and twenty-five niin . He baa
over the regiou of the stomach, s small, light colored
scar, ran (ted by a blinter. lie is very en t and well
formed can read and write. Bob whs brought to this
State last Spring, by Keyion A William, of lriii II coun
ty. North Carolina. They purchaned him of t iley M .
Colverd. of Ash county, N C. w itneMtt d ly A. Carls
ton. When Bob left, be raid that it was his intention la
go to James Kiver. Vu. I have no idea that be will own
his right name or master. 1 will pay the above re
ward if he is delivered to me at West I'ojut, Troup cnun
ty, Georgia: or I a ill pay one hundred "and riltv dollars
reward for him if lodged in some nxtV-j.il. mi tbt I ran
get him. WILLIAM HMD,
febll-3m HVvf iVijjf, Ct.
M. 1). G. McCROSKEY,
CLIPPERLY, HOOVER & CO.,
lAI Jobliali. id :,U. CaDH. Miait Goauina, i; y v
aud Ribbons, I'srasols, Usubrelias, tc, iil COURXLANU
8TREKT, NEW YORK. .
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to.
feUMy - M. D. . McCKOSKKY.
THE TRUSTEES OF THE LOU
I)U.V Male and Femala Academic Inxlituto, w ish
good Male and Female Teacher to take charge of tbs
School immediately, the fifth sesnion of whii b will coai
nience at as early a day as suitable techers can be pro
cured, of which notice will be given. None need apply
without suitable testimonials of qualifications aud char
acter. A Southern gentleman of middle age and good expe
Applicants can address Dr. Joseph McDowell, Secreta
ry. WM. Y. HUrF,
Athens foot copy 3t and charge Secretary.
OF LAND. -
JAMES CL1BOURNE & OTHERS,
vs. Charlotte Clilxnirtieai.d others In aoroi"an
with a decree made in this cause, at the Januaiy term,
1K60 of said Court, I will expose to sale, on the premise,
ou Saturday the 17 th of March next, the tract of laud
on which the late Jubal Cltbonrn lived, Jjingfn Knox
county, adjoining the lands of Wm. Craw lord. Miannon
Anderson, the Cope I a, id fat in and others, containing
about 4K0 acres, ou a redit of one aud I wo years, taking
bond with approved enrity. for the piirrhaHe inon. y,
and retaiuing a Ilea till paid. The purchaser to bare
possession on the 15th November next.
. Jebl&4t-pra.!ea$3 D A. PEA DKR ICK. C A 14.
"PHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET-
J ING of SwcUinltlers of the Knottille Gus'Lighf
Company will be held at the ofliceofthe Company, over
tle Union Bank, ou Monday the 8th day of .pti(, JS69,
at 10 o'clock, A.M., for the purpoae af electing eevi-n I'i
rectors to serve for tbs enrning year.
, ' :, - J0. R. IIENHY,
feblo-t.lapa Superintendent CasCompany.
B. B. BOPEISS.
THoa.- w. aikixko-.
lIOPRIJiSj HULL & ATKINSON,
208 BALTIMORE STREET.
E RESPECTFULLY INVITE
the attention of burets to the lariro and altrac-
uic sioca oi
BRITISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
wsich we are now opening. Being determined to offer
every advantage to our friends aud cu-itoineia, and desi
rous to extend the trade of our bonse and city, we Invite
buyers who have never looked through our roniket tan
call and see us. To cash and prompt dealer, we a ball
offer superior inducements in prices, as well as in the
variety and extent of onr stock. Okdilb sent tains shall
be carefully and promptly attended to.
, ' . HOPKINS. HULL A ATKINSON,
febll-at" . 2i3 Baltimore sf MiHmor.
14 KOEIH IICOSD ITKIET,
WILL ATTEND TO TIIE PUR-
. , CHA8INQ and forwarding of Merchandise of
all kinds, Agricultural Implements, Musical Instru
ments. Ac, Ac. .. . -
He refers to tbs merchaaU of Koorville generally.
' iauur a answer must conUiu staasp.
, . SCHOOL NOTICE.
TH E SUMMER SESSION OF
MIS8 K. ETERCIII'S School will ccmmetire
Monday, February 13th, 18ii0. Tbs course of studio,
will be followed under ths same teachers as at lat aw
ion. TuiUoa fees to be paid invariably in: sdvatiotv
For admittance tickets, apply at ths offioeof S. Motrsw.