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THURSDAY MOEimfG, FXBKTJAEY 18, 1858.
TVotlce to Transient Advertisers
All transient advertisements In this paper most be
paid for at the time they are banded in otherwise
they will not be inserted. Transient Job Work muet
be paid for on delivery.
The combined circulation of the Pally and Trl-Weekly
editions of the I'atmot in the city, and in the sec
tion, of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than
that of any other paper to the city. All ad vertisementa
are Inserted in bf th editions hence the PaTMot Is the
best advertising medium.
The Gaiety. We did not have the pleasure
of witnessing the play of the Gamaier, Tues
day night ; but we learn from our contempor
aries of the city and from numerous friends
who were present, in all of whom we have
unlimited confidence, that the delineation of
Beverly by Mr. Crisp hau scarcely ever been
BurpiUjtsed in this city. We congratulate the
Manager, on this universal testimony o his
The playB for to-night are the powerful and
affecting one of the Straiujer, and LUtck Eyrd
Staan, in both of which Mr. and Mrs. Ckisp
take leading parts. Let there be an overflow
lET The corporation "shovels" were about
on Deaderick yesterday piling up miniature
mountains of mud and mire, preparatory to
removing them; whereat Deaderick rejoiced
Vocal and Ixstbcmextal Co.vckrt. Mrs.
Caviixe Urso Tayxob propose, with the as
sistance of Mr. Fkkdkkicu Sclzner, Mr. Tay
lor and a lady amateur of this city, to give a
grand vocal and instrumental concert, at Odd
Fellows' Hall on Friday night, next The
abilities of Mrs. Uuso Taylor, as a violinist,
are too well known here to need a further re
ference. We took occast-ion some timi siuce
to say that if Oi.k Lci.l could handle the bow
juore skillfully, or evoke sweeter soundw from
a violin, than she, we had never detected him
in the act. We do not believe he can do it.
Any one disposed to dispute it may satisfy
himself by hearing her Friday night.
The Grand Lodge of Good Templars
meets in this city this morning, in the llall
over McClelland's Store.
Goon News kor the Tuavki-kk. Sec the
card of the Tow.voLtY IIol.se, SL Louis, Mis
souri. We beg leave to direct the attention of the
reader to the new Shoe Store of S. W. KtES,
at No. 7C, Church street. Mr. K. has (itud up
his establishment in handsome styli', and with
a new and elegant stock and material on hand,
promises to please all who may favor him with
Haydn's Oratorio was produced for the
first time in Tennessee, at Christ Church, in
this city, Tuesday uight The performers
wre musical amateurs of the city. There was
a large audience, but yet a few seats left. In
this we were disappointed, because the mere
announcement of such a piece of music as the
Oratorio, should have lilled the last inch of
upace, in a community of much less pretension
to musical taste, than this. The musical com
position is three score years of age, and is re
garded to-day, as at is birth, the dief d'ouvre of
musical achievement. The theme is the sub
limest in the whole range of human thought
the creatiou of such a world as this we in
habit its language by the sublinnst of modern
poets; and ita music by the sublimit of com
posers. The creation, GOD'S ; the words,
Milton's; the melody, Haydn's. We have no
mind for the detuilrt, the niceties, the refiix -luents
of criticism, at the present time. That
does not come within the range of our forte at
any time, and if it did we should not open on
it just now. Mr. and Mrs. and Miss. A. li. C.
D. E. F. G. II. Lc, each did -admirably well.
The softly swelling, pealing notes of the or
gan, and the rich and deep mingling .f the
chorus, and the solos, the duets c, lilled the
Louse and all the good souls that were in it,
with what.we venture,the house and souls were
never filled with before, the sweet gushing
harmony of Haydn's harp. Thus we give
credit, and,' in the language of the day, call
it a success.
But we wonder if the getters up of the
Oraiurw, of Tuesday night, ever thought that
Haydu meant it could possibly lie ad quately
performed by a dozen and a half or
two dozen voice, and in a hull of the dimen
sions of Christ CQureh? We do not think they
did. This was the defect, There ought to
have been a larger chorus, and there might
Lave Lf u other instrumental music May we
not suggest a repetition, upon these conditions,
on the uight of the firt ot May in the largest
room in the city suy the 1st I'resbyterian
Church! The extraordinary character of the
production requires extraordinary applian
ces in its performance. Will our friends, the
performers, cousider of it!
Herring's Safes.-We would call they atten
tion of all who have any use for a Safe, to
the advertisement, which will be found in our
columns, of Herrinft J'atuU Cfmtnjiiun I'ue
1'rocf StiJ'ta. They have owdcr proof locks,
and are the best Safes made, having been
awarded medals at the World's Fair in Lon
don. Preserve the Paters. The Philadelphia
Fret has a very readaUe artice on Kuglinh
and American newspapers, from which we
learn that "three copies of each newspapers"
(does the Press mean by this three copies of
very newspaper printed in England!) "signed
by the publisher, must bo regularly transmit
ted to the Stamp Office, which pays full price
for them. After the expiration of a year oue
complete file of each journal is transferred to
the British Museum, where they are bound iu
volumes, and preserved for reference. A most
excellent plan it is, and Macaulay has repeat
edly acknowledged his indebtedness, as a his
torian, to these valuable sources of contempo
Ctiurcla oftbe Advent.
There will be Divine Service at the Odd Fellow's
Hall this evening, at 7 o'clock, when the Kt. Kav.
Bishop of the Iaoteae will be present, and a ill ad win
attar the rite of Couar station. Sturs Fam.
, TTAYTNG associated Janies (avert with us in btisi
. JT1 ucan. the manufacture if Furniture will hereafter
be carried on under tue Brut uauie of UKoOUFti, I A-
KKT It CO.
We art? manufacturing Furniture of every destrip.
liun, and our stork is generally suflicmnt lor the do
nuuids of the trade. Thiwe wli have bervudora giv
en us their custom and luoae who nave nut are luv.wd
so give us s call.
CROOMK", OA VERT CO.,
febo Sat No. la, Luaer College street
' R, II. . I). J. GIIOOMES,
HAVING recently ben burnt out, bit to notify thmr
friends and patron that all order h-U with
bruw, Caverl As t. , No. 13 l olled suaal, or at the
shop of V. A. liaiigh, No. U&bouih Market atreet, will
meet with prompt attention.
K.l(.tB. J. Uroitfuc are proprietors of the rig lit
t vend Craue's celebrated 1'iTK.vr M nxxic tu aut.
Cmmst in Iwvkuum cooniy, and are prepared to supply
all orders, wholesale and retail, at the shortest notice
- Land Sale.
T dlTrrJ!nc" ot lcrB" ot Ul Worshipful, the
.1 it it. iCat! p-r Htrts county, Trna., render
s' , iebr0S 1" . , to the cause of Thomas
7 . li ' 7 7 ' I; I will, as bpecsU CMnmia-
E? OS rjA $ UldeV.oa lb. pram-
m, ttutur, ur iru vAY or m Altai,
w - - j
Sight? Acres of Valuable Iaand,
- f ui . n. uvautw snd Others Uirva
Am wsstof TuruersvUW. S-,t Laud Ui thelS
Jvil iHsu-a-t of KiiberUkiU countr leun
TM. One and two years' eiva.t, nurchaaer ew
JUUnj bis notes with two (uod ecui'ki aiVben rt
Z and uoul ih. p,,rcha4eV , X?
Caah otncieat to pay th. c-w i. rojrod st u"e!2S;
ftbU-44 , , , ejcua Qwtmiiaiwisy.
Steamboat & Htuer tteius.
Febt 17 City of Uantsville, Memphis.
SETARTTKES. - I -
, 1 , S. P. Uibberd, Pittsburg.
City of Huntsville, Memphis.
The river is falling with about 7 feet water
on the Shoals.
pif We notice Mr. Flago the good Sa
maritan, has again come to our city to cure
the afflicted; his Medicine is good for what he
recommends it, and we would advise all to
Feb. 16 dlw.
p9 The maxims of the wisest men are to
preserve the body in perfect health, not to
wait for the development of disease. " Be wise
in time check and guard against the first ap
proach. Keep the stomach and blood pure,
and the plagues of a poisoned atmosphere fall
harmless. The only remedy that will thor
oughly purify the blood, and at the same time
strengthen and invigorate the system, is Mc
Lean's Stbexutuexino Cordial and Blood
Pibjeikk. Try it, and your will be convinc
ed. It is for sale by all druggists in Nash
ville. 'See advertisement. fel5-lw.
For Caati Exclusively.
We have this day concluded to do an exclusive Cash
buKiuess.- By so doing we feel con (Went we will not
only make it ad vaiitnyeous to ourselves, but to our cus
tomers also. For it is certain, any Merchant can sell
his goods cheaper for cash than he can on twelve
months' time and jierhai longer. We will continue
to sell our present stock at cost for cash.
All persoDR indebted to us for past accounts must
comn up and settle, or we will be compiled to give
them to an officer.
feb3 I. C. NICHOLSON' 4 CO.
JOU YOUli fe CO.,
Book Sellers, Rook-Binders and
o, 38 I niun Street,
M1 tf 1
JOHN' YOItlv & CO.
AKE AUKNTS FOR
Harper's Magazine, 1.-Bhe'8 Illustrated News.
Tho Atlantic Monthly, New York ledger.
LcKlie'sUuzi-llcof Fashion, Porter's Spirit of the
(iruhaiu's Magazine. Tunes,
(jodey's Iji Iv's liook, The Home Journal.
I'c-Mrbou's Maguz.ne, The London Illustrated
Harper's Journal of Civilj- News,
And all other Reviews, Magazines and Newspapers,
KMEP-O.V AMI I'l TXAM S MAGAZINE;
;oIiEV'd LAliY'S BOOK;
I tTEKSON'S MAGAZINE;
HARI'EK'S JOURNAL OF QVIUZATIOX, Weekly;
PtJUTER S Sl IKIT OF TEE TIMES, Weekly;
FRANK LEH.IE'S ILLUSTRATED NEWS, Weekly;
Received by JOHN YORK 4: CO.
NEW SHOE STORE.
No. 76 Church street, s
HAS recently fitted npan.l put in excellent condition
Ins HR'E MORE, and having received from the
Easturu cities a large and elefiant assortment of tbe
Very JJcst 3Iaterial,
Siirh as French, Tapeco, Goal t-Uin, KukIiIi and Car
riwio Morocco, Klls and I ju-tint'; he is now prepared
to execute, in the very beft i-tyle,all kinds of work.
He will pay particular attention to the manufacture
and repairing of
L,ailies' Hoots and Shoes;
And promises not to be snrmiM-ed by any, either in the
quality of material employed, uor in the durability and
Deatnei-s of the woik done.
Repairing of all kinds done on short notice.
TeruiH moderate, tu suit the hard times,
For the Cold Weather.
rl'ST received ;ent's Ijice "stitched down" Shoes;
Kent's brood bottom stitched down" Roots;
' lK.ulilu miled I'eeged Water proof limits;
At No. -1, l'uhlie txpiare,
lebo SNYDER it TirZraj..
oil It litter. ' bids. Dutler j'lHt received and
lor sale by (lrbii) 1. i. l'K hr Y.
pplen. 62 lihln. Apples just received and for
m by (leiis) l. I. 1'lt KEY.
Seed Ostta. ou hand and for vale by
I. D. MCKEY.
ft bt No. 6, College street.
W'c are oflr ring for Sale for f asli,
CJTJGAK, C0F1HE KOLASSIS.
Xailf w sorted.
Soda, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Bed Cords,
Wrapping Paper, ass'd,
Teun. Bagging, wide,
I'jtrrel Salt, Sack Salt, toai He and Klue, and all olhor
articles tmnuily kept in a Grot-cry bonne.
Our friend, aud the public in general, are respect
fully requested to give us a call.
J. T. MARTIN k CO.,
feblO If Corner lirtutd aud Market sta.
t r BARREU ('U)IKK EK1,
It) 10 barrels luuotliy '
ltlue Grass deed, cleaned and stripped,
Herds (rasa bead,
CliiiieM) Siifar Cane,
Landreth's Garden Seeds,
Just received by RAIN'S HROW,
febia No. ly, Public Square.
J. II. McGill.
L.ADIKS9 AND C JINTLKMliVS
" ' 'R.MS11IXB A.U I AM Y STORE,
Corner College Street and the Publio Square.
HAYING jut received every sly lu of Shell, Ivory,
Hurt .tin, and Horn 1'ulf, Tuckmi;, Side, Flue-tooth
ami KeddiiiK Comb. Also, Ivory, Ronewood, Shell and
llulfalu Hair, Tooth, Nail, Klrib, Shavmic and Cloth.
Hi ii.1i.-b, fcuall Toilet Mirrors, Uidtt-s aud Ocutleineu's
I 'repaint! I uses for ti avebii(; or for Iho room; Morocco
Iisks, labna, furnished and unrurnislied ; Ebony Work
Buxi b.aud tlue Wrdiug Uks. n Ul sell at prices to
suit th tinted. Jan. 12 U
HAVING replenished my Mick of shell, Cameo and
Sl-ne Vest and bleeve Bullous, I will sell them
cheap for cash. J. II. UcGlLL.
Jan. li M
Shirts ;nt Collars.
Jl?T to hand auotlixr Invoice of Shirts, which we
warrant to be superior in every way, and to nt
belter than auy uliier style, with or without cellars a
prolerr1, for sale low by
UUbtf J. II. McCILL.
J)yron aud Staudiits Collars.
IT VERY variety aud site of Ryron and Standing
a Collar, and a lew latest slyte Standing Collars,
received and fur sal by
Ieb6 tf 3. II. U cO ILL.
fOO!), Ivory aud Jet ChoMniaa and rvminor;
TV w:th all ly W and sisea U Uacaxauunuu Uuarda,
ut rwceivod and for sale by
Jan. li tf J. 11. UcCIXJ.
I BM'S EtU-acU; Tooth huu;
a y Ckiap;
Itos-ln's Uair llukls-
Ilarrv's Tra t-pbemus;
Amandine, fur cure of
chaptwd hands ;
Jital mxiriil and fur Sale by
Jan, li U.
J. H. McGUX.
kid, Silk, Cloth, and Curkikia Gluvrs.
Jl'sT to band, a rh'.m e tot f beat quaUy of Ubtvwi,
mbracuig every odur ut kul.hJk, Clh, Hues
aam.etc QaU tf) J. H. klcUUX.
Silk led Sdtln Tift, Scarfs, and Cravats.
RECEIVED thai day a superh aMiwtiwent of TWs.
Stocks, iwarfs, and Cravats. Evrry variety of
jolor, ana at various nrswi, fur aale by
jaaii tf J. II. XtUX.
ArEtRABlJt HkHK pWELUNU c Vine street,
conveniently luuatod. AtnT
tb tf UtNJ. f. PlllEUa .
A UmtcUIuc lloua tmr Hale,
Srrt'ATEH in tUaOold, tm the twIUun Ttwuptaa.
Eur further pai kciuali apply to
Uei-t. n. a. v. a. UXisajrY.
X hand sad fw sal by
6p- - . ix cicxrr.
Vertlso, Extreme Lanner
And Exhaustion, will not trouble yoa after nsing one
bottle of BoutHAVB's Hollasv Bittebs. Take half a
tea spoonful regularly one hour before meals eat
moderately take a short walk before breakfast, and
you will find that all that has been said of this remedy
is true. Try It; it rarely fails to relieve Sick Head
ache. Weakness of any kind, Acidity of the Stomach,
or any symptom of Pyspepsia- febl5 lw3S
ParaCne Cancel Coal Oils for Lu
Ik Scotland the Cannel Coal-Oils have been very fa
vorably knows and extensively used in the place of
Sperm, for the lost few years. Oils of a similar nature
and quality are now being made by tbe Union Coal and
Oil Company, and are very highly valued wherever
known. This OU has the same weight and will bear
the same temperature, when winter strained, as the
best Sperm, and is fully equal to it as a Lubricator;
having been subjected to the severest tests upon both
heavy and light machinery, aud given entire satisfac
tion. Tliis Oil is peculiarly adapted to Railroads, Cot
ton Spindles. Machine Shops, and all machinery
where a fine Oil is required. It is more economical
than ordinary Oils, as it is sold at about the same price,
and as half the quantity will do an equal amount of
lubrication and do it better.
This Oil being entirely without gum, should be used
in the same manner as the finest sperm. The openings
of the cans and feeders used for ordinary coarser Oils
should be reduced, otherwise, the Oil will be wasted.
These Oils w ill be fur niched to dealers at the factory
prices, adding freights, insurance, and exchange, and
all Oils sold by this company are fully guarranteed as
Eor sale by Ewin, Pendleton & Co., of this city,
Agents, for the Union Coal aud Oil Company, Mays
We call public attention to the following certificates
of gentlemen known here and elsewhere.
li VI., rEAIJJLETOX & CO.,
- Xasavuxi and CHaTTAXoon Uiuboad
Machine Siior, Jan. 28, 1858.
This will certify that we are using the 1'aralllne
Canuel-Coal Oil made by the Union Coal and Oil Com
pany, Maysville, Ky., iu our Machine Shop and on the
locomotives on the road, and have tested the Oil very
caret ully to discover its qualities ; we are entirely con
vinced it is a very tine Oi" for machinery, and that oue
gallon of tins Oii is fully equal to two gallons of the
best Lard Oil. It being entirely free tronium, our ma
chinery will run with less power than with any Oil we
have used. Although the Oil has a thin appearance,
it has a lubricating body superior toanv Oil in orduiary
use and it is well adapted to Railroad??
C. 15. KNoWLES, Master Mechanic,
Nashville aud Chattanooga Railroad.
Mr. Knovrles is Master of Machinery of our Road, and
a reliable uiau in whose statement we would confide.
V. K. .STEVENSON, President,
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
11. I. ANDERSON,
Sujierintendaiit of N. i C. It. R.
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 30, 1858.
We are using the Farulliiie Cannel Coal Oil in our Ma
chine Shop, and take great pleasure in stating that we
have never used any Oil equal to it. It will wear very
grently longer and lubricate more thoroughly than the
best quality of ljird or other ordinary oil, is free from
gum, and is just such an oil us is needed lor machina
ry. We doubt not it must come into general use. We
tlunk tins oil fully equal to the best Sperm, and that
one gallon is worth more than two of the best Ijird
Oil. AND'W ANDERSON.
J. iS. ROMANS
MAfmiR Meobamc's Omre, M. C
C. R. R.
9, 1858. t
This will certify tliat I am using the PARAFFINE
CANNEL-t'OAL OIL manufactured by the Union Coal
and Oil Company of Maysville, Ky., in our machine
shops and on the locomotives on the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad, and have given it the several
teFts, in order to prove its qualities as a lubricating
oil. I have no hesitation in recommending it as a su
perior oil for Railroad purposes, both iu regard to
ocouomy and as a perfect Lubricator. I believe it to
be the best oil I have used. and that one gallon will go
as far as two gallons of lard oil. The machinery is
now running in the shops with twenty per cent, less
power than is required for ordinary oil. The fluidity
of the tul arisi-s, I am convinced, from the total ab
sence of gum, and docs not e(1.-ct its lnbricatii.g pro
erties, but only requires that the orifices In the oil -cups
and feeders should be reduced in order to use the oil
YM. R. NK'IIOLS, Mjster Machinist.
Matsvimf. Kt., November 14, 1857.
Tb the I'nitm Cnttl and Oil Cmnpany:
(iE.vn.KMEv Having used your Lubricating Oil, made
from Cannel Coal, on the machinery of tmr Cotton
Mills (including Engine and Spindles), for the laft few
weeks, we are prepared to say that we have found it
greatly superior to any other, excepting the best
Sperm, and fully equal to that article, for which we
have been paying from one dollar seventy-five cents
to two dollars nnd twenty-five cents per gallon. The
Oil distributes very perfectly over the machinery,
wears long, and is free from gum, which causes fric
tion, and consequently heut.
In view of the suerior quality of this Oil, we have
adopted it for our Mills. From the low price at which
it is sold we doubt not it must come into general use.
Proprietors of Maysville Cotton Mills.
Many other certificates are in the Lands of the
Agents which ran be seen t any time,
feb 1 dim tul'ui
Save your Doctor Illlle and Time.
Mt. Savai.k, Md., July 7, 156.
Dear Sir: In consequence of taking cold after a bad
attack of the measles, some eleven years siuce, I have
from that time surtered greatly with a disordered liver
and stomach. I liave been ut tunes so bad that my
life wa despaired of. I was induced some tiuie ago,
through the persuasion of a friend, Mr. Henry Shafer,
to try a botilo of Hootland's German's Bitter", think
ing if it done un good it could do no harm, and know
ing Mr. Shafer u be a gentleman who would not re
commend any thing to me that he did not have confi
dence in. Refore 1 bad taken oue third of the bottle,
my bowels became regular and I had a fine appetite.
When I had used two-thirds of it I considered my
health as good ns ever it was, and could eat anything,
without iis disagreeing with me In the least. I now
keep a bottle of the Kitten in the house coutinually,
and iu cuse I take cold, or I feel unwell, I tike one or
two des, aud a makes a change in my bowels which
is all I need, wherefore, for the past eleven years, my
doctor bill has been from $10 to iU5 per year, besides
loss of time and severe Illness. Yours, truly,
P. J. THRASHER.
To Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ask for llitrrttuul't German liittrtt. Take nothing
else, anil see that the signature of C. M. Jackson is on
the wrapper of each bottle. They can be bad of drug
gist ami store-keepers in every town and village In
tho United States, Canailles, West Indies and South
America, at "5 cents per boiliu. 1'riuciple Otlire, 418
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. Feb. 1 5.
Ileat Remedy Tor Xooth-aeUe.
A drop or two of Bkaoo's Akciio Limmkat, put into
the hollow of au aching tooth, wilt quickly relieve the
sufferer's agony. Its penetrative property Is so jreut
that it instantly reaches the scat of the pain aud drives
out the luflauiuiation from the throbbing nerve. If the
face be swollen, oue or two applicatious of the Lini
ment will remove the swelling, by causing the bad hu.
mors to bo absorbed and driven off. There Is no long
er any occasion fur suilemrs of toolh-acba passing
Sleepless uights of agony; Itiagg's Arctic Liniment af
foros sieedy relief, and may be obtained at any re
spectable Drug store. Feb. I lm.
Wauted luimedlatelr. 10,000
tSj& men to eugage iu th sale of the most
popular selling Hooks In America. Invalids, mechan
ics, farmers and teachers, wishing to travel, will lind
this a very profitable and pleasant business, enabling
them to see the country aud make moury at the same
time. Agents now In the business are clearing from
Hot) to f 1,500 per year. Fur full particulars, and a
list of Books, address H. M. RIUSON, Quern City,
Publishing House, 141 Mam street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or
if living East, D. KUL1SON, Philadelphia, Pa.
HAMv OF COMMUKCI2.
JOHN D. JAMES, Pre!. V. D. JAMES, Cashier.
Namivius, Tenn., Jan. IS, 1868.
I will give 86 cents on the dollar for Lawrenceburg
money; and other uucurreut money at the market
price. I wish to purchase $100,000 of Tennessee Stale
Bonds to Oil an order, and will give tbe highest market
price for Laud Warrants to any amount.
taoW f JNO. D. JAMES.
United States Type Fonndry,
KOri. 9,31 AND 33 REEK MAN STREET,
riTIE subscribers are prepared tu furnish type of ev
X ery style and sise, m small ur tug quanuues,
Btade from the beat "tiud metal," for either caati or
They also furnish to order every article aeceaaary
fur a complete priuung othce.
A new spociiuea ot Cei maa printing tvp twtng
lection of faces (Tutu their quarto edit'iuu n now
ready for delivery.
1 be I) pe to tut a this paper is printed ia from the
h.b dlm.Jia JAMES CONNER k SONS.
"doxt all come at o.xceT
TO COiifl, SiDDLE AD 1LIMESS I1IIRX.
MY STORE HuUK, N. s, was entirety
.v. ...... ..a Ky a.- -t fsnnary by
Im aaurvccHteatml Mm; ut ssy frteeida
about l,uot worth. u say gwoda wr aavaa, wbak I
an now otturms; lu aril ml greatly rvdurvd nrwea tor
caaa.er Iobmm who oul uy HbUjr at aoaturay ,aad
IVow it Your Time, If Vou Want
I eipert to eumatear ra-bu.kiuig hnmadstlely, and
ope M be in suy aca Ihmim 4ha ww Hut-Ik 4 UituIS
k a Urn BMXiitia.
My fttwMa and customer will find to with say CaoU
SB in Sad aud 3rd aturw of but St. II, )taarl L .
ever the Vuevnaaar tu of A. LYON.
" JtHV MORROW.
r. R Alae, lot of Saildle, Uim, Engliati rt
sle FUtHig aa-J MartingalTa, Ct b nnd tkiMjr bjj,
4c. , tue , t tmpwr Uum lite rbap4,
AH persutuj MdebW will pttvu call sad pay up
fyttfttptiy. I want noaey pay f dsbu.
, ttOiu lAtWtf . -.s
TVashtxctox, FebL 17. The Senate discus
sed Mr. Houston 'b resolution to consider the
propriety of establishing a protectorate over
Central America. Tabled. '
Hocse Tbe House was engaged in the
Maryland contested election case. . ,.
St. Lons, Feb. 17. The river has fallen six r
PrrrsBCBQ, Feb. 17
-Navigation is suspen-
Locisatlij:, Feb. 17. River stationary with
five feet seven inches water in tbe CanaL
New York. Feb. 17. The Arabia sailed
with 600,000 dollors in specie. The w anasn
is below at anchor.
Washington. Feb. 17. Capt. Gardner, has
Wn appointed to command the steam ship
Colorado, the flag ship of the home squadron.
Commodore Jones is lying dangerously ill
near Washington. The effective loree of the
navy is 62 vessels of all kinds.
Weatlier at 9 A. M.Ftb. 17. New Orleans,
clear, mercury 57i; Vicksburg, clear, wind
north-east, mercury 49, barometer 29.80;
Natchez, clear, mercury 56; Louisville, wind
north-east, indications of snow, mercury 31;
Cleveland, cloudy, north-eafct wind, mercury
7, barometer 29.34; Rock Island, clear, wind
south-eaf-t. mercury 16; Chicago, snowing,,
mercury 2 1 ; Fon du Lac, snowing, wind north
east, mercury 6; Detroit, cloudy, mercury
zero; St. Louis.cloudy, mercury 17; Pittsburg,
clear, mercury 16; Buffalo, clear, wind north
east, mercury 4; Sackville, clear, wind north
west, mercury 2; St Johns, cleat, mercury ze
ro; Portland, clear, mercery 8; Iialifax, clear,
mercury 12; Lotton, blustering, mercury 19:
New Okleaks, Feb. 17. Cotton, sales
6,000 bales, tending downwards: Sugar stif
fer; Pork dull; Lard, in tierces 10c; other ar
Wasiiixgion-, Feb. 17. Senate The army
bill was resumed. Mr. Johnson, of Tennes
see, submitted a substitute, which Mr. Wilson
accepted, providing for 4000 volunteers to
serve only during the present troubles. Af
ter debate the Senate adjourned.
Uoi se The House went into Committee of
the Whole on the Indian appropriation bilL
A debate ensued on Kansas adjourned.
New York, Feb. 17. Cotton declined ;
Upland middling 11 J, Orleans 12 J; Flour de
clined 10 cents, Ohio $4 754 80; Wheat,
Southern white $1 181 41; Com C769
for white; Whisky 23J; Coffee 911J; Mo
Cincinnati, Feb. 17. Flour $3 75f 3 80:
whh-ky IS; hogs o(o;CJ; provisions opened
unsettled, but two million pounds bulk pork
sold at various points at 5 to 6 for shoulders,
7 for hams and T1 for sides; mess pork
$15, hold- rs demand au advance; lard active
9i; held at 10; bacon held at 7 to 9; molasses
28; sugar and coffee firm; business of all kinds
active; money abundaut; exchange on New
Orleans lili, aud scarce.
jTB We are authorized to announce Jjimks M. IIixtow
as a cuniidat fur sberifl of Davidson county, at the
next March electiuu.
w"e are authorized to announce J. B. McCasx as
a candidate lor benU of Daviusun county, at the en
suing March election. ' "
3r We are authorized to announce Jonx K. Ed.
xommox, an a candidate for ir'heniT of Iiavidsou county ,
at the next .March electiuu.
C1KCIIT COl lKT CLEItK.
3- We are authorized to announce P. C. Lots as a
cauuidate for Circuit Court Clerk of .Davidson county,
Election in March next.
IL.r We are autliorized to announce C. W. Xascb
as a candidate for Circuit Court Cleik, at the ensuing"
UTS' We are authorized to announce Jonx Hrcn
Pmijh, as a caiididute fur Circuit Court Clerk, at the
ensuing March election.
. cowty coriiT clerk, ,
3g We are authorized to announce WtLmit L. Fos
teu us a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk,
at the ensuing March election.
9 We are authorized to announce Capt. Johx S.
Pji.-iilkli as a candidate for County Court Clerk, at tbe
ensuing March election.
We are authorized to announce Fexix R. Chkat
HiH, as a caudidulu fur re-electiou to the office of
County Court Clerk. Elcctiou in March next.
JppWeare autliorized to announce En. Bumu
a camlidute for Irustee of Daviusou county, at the en
suiiik March electiuu.
jf-Ut are aiiihorizt'd to announce Wm. Jacksos,
. as a candidate lor County Trustee, at the ensuing
Zdm We are autliorized to announce Johx Rjirxs as a
candidate fur re-ebt tioii to the t.tlice of County Trua
lee, at the ensuing March election.
4 jr We are authorized to announce T T pACXPnta
as a c.-in iidutc for tbe ofllcu of County Trustee, at the
ensuing March elect. ou.
If-y We are authorized to announce Eu L. Woous as
a candidate for County True lee, at the next March elec
tiuu. novl td
j We are authorized to announce W. F. Mti'urx
as a candidate lor ouatablo iu tlie Nashville District,,
at the ensuing March election.
r" We are authorized to announce Jonx P. Tain,
mnii as a ctiulidato for Constable in the Nashville Dis
trict, at the ensuing Mai ch election.
JLf We arc authorized to announce R. E. BraxiUM
as a candidate for Constable in this District, at tho en
suing March election.
f We are authorized to announce Witsox MrliEt
as a caiulitlate fur Constable In the Nashville District,
at the cutuuig March election.
t j We are autliorized to announce Jbwb W. Pagb
as a candidate for Coin-table in the Nashville lustra t.
tfir W are authorized to announce McT. A. Notx
as a candidate for Coiistabiu iu the Na&bville Dustricl,
at the next March electiuu.
4 f We are authorized to announce W. D. CtmcB as
a candidate fur Constable iu the Nashville District.
We are authorized to announce Joptth L. Rtax
as a catidliUite fur Cunstabie in the Nashville Dislrat.
ti We are authorized to announce Jc 6. Pehkt
as a candidate for Constable lu the Nashville District
at the ensuing March electiuu.
SWe are authorized to announce Flitch r W.
Hoax, as a candidate for Constable in the Nashville
District, at the eusuuig March election.
Ai We are authorized to announce Bam. D. Nitiioi
as a candidate lor Coin-table in the Nashville District,
at the ensuing March elecUon.
AiT We are authorized to announce J. Ti. Vlii
rat as a candidate for re election aa Constable- In th
A i We are authorized to anntmnce Iu Caaxnau.
aa a candidate for Constable in the Tenth district, at
the eusuiug March election.
a. o. awni.
a. r. ciTKKi.
OBO. 1- aoWULH.
SMITH, GUTH1U12 & CO
' FOREIGN A.1D DO.WSTIC LiqiOES,
axn ausxra roa m atLi or
YrBGIUIA AND TESNXSSEE TOBACCO,
No. id Main Streu, between Kecwud and Third,
Jan 10 dkwtf.
W. A. JOHX SON S. CO.,
27 CAROXDELtT fcTKiiT,
Match Ilornrs for Sale.
IWIIX sell on six motttha credit, or low fur Caak,
the haudautue )ir of Urey I arriae Uuree. at
Ixrarnt drives la nutvraua It Greenueid'a foraitur
tkaon. Ihfy are well broken and gentle, and aut
i-u1 a ah lur aay fault.
f blO tf Naabvilas, Teaa.
Y Y (entlemaa, rti'xiuir a food busesma quail.
nc&iMMi, and bavibf a small capMal lo mveat la a
ti-auve and well swlabhstMid buataeaa, aa bear at
a uvforvuaay vf so duu.f by a-pttcailMo at
iu-q thij orncx .
THRfl very derbl ruosna e-rer the Planters'
bank, suaabla fur utbec. Lntraacea Coiiej,s
and t na ttrwrta. fiM.emn.ti (iw satmedatteiy.
o. t-WlNti, h-ulivt
daclT-tf naaiers' TSana.'
. . For Sale,
NEAT CorVTKT KllhiSt K, twm Bailee '
J. V oa Um tuuaua Taraptka road, mm smm ,
ot Km lm kdi-ssM, cealsiamc eearty
a red "f Mperlur land ; alnxit three acrra feav - -V
kwa swraMlally c1um4 W v-wbli,lba Ui r
Is ell i.,b-rt-d Tbe mtproTvmeau rtasM nf a
fratHed iswuie wiisi thrv ruwaua, mm iucbeo, aud a
kurth any fee a-ef a4 tea fap st; taw rmmt,
sWile, carriMia buuae, -, aad well earkasd n
ruM ftMiee, 4c. Any prrw etwrws e mrrhaiMr(
surk a ltmm, eaa b4aw a Issntua wa hbwal Igraia ky
apfWirataua lo No. SI, Ct4ie wit Naafevut, lams. -
it '.K Itu " , . - ,
f IMmstli lead Mm Nert4 i4 fw NK v
' "Weekly Beview f tlxe market.
Dailt Patriot Office, )
I NaiOiTiUe, Feb. 18, 1858. J
: Tbe rirer is now ia fine navigable condition,
there being 6 feet water on Harpeth Shoals.
We hare no improvement yet to note in
the steamboat business, freights continuing
All of oar markets are gradually assuming
a better tone, having been characterized dur
ing the week by considerable activity, and the
prices of leading articles have improved.
The money market is without change ;
though we anticipate easier times shortly.
COTTON-At the date of our last weekly
report cotton was selling at 8(3 9 ic. The sub
sequent day, Thursday, a better feeling pre
vailed, buyers conceded ic advance, and the
sales counted op more than any previous day
this season. The market continued -bouyant,
and prices stiffening, till Tuesday when an ad
vance of id in Liverpool being reported by
the Niagara, they run up to 10 Jc f lb. Whilst
tie effect o t'-ie Niagara's advices was thus here,
in New York a decline ensued and prices grew
feebler in New Orleans. There must have
been some unfavorable feature in the news not
telegraphed to this point The solution will
take place probably when we get the details
of the steamer's news. The sales up to Tues
day evening amounted to about 700 bales.
Yesterday the receipts were very heavy, and
the sales about 400 bales at &104c We
heard of no prices given above the latter
TOBACCO. Continues to come in freely.
The sales in our warehouses during the week
amount to about 70 hhds, (the principal por
tion at Hamilton's) at prices ranging from
$3 85 to $8 25 f3, cwt Loose tobacco con
tinues to sell at about the following scale of
Lugs...... 221 -
: Leaf Common, Si(c4i
" Choice, 5
SUGARS The stock on hand is ample to
supply all demands, and of excellent quality.
Prices are firm, and the trade brisk. We quote
New Orleans brown at 68c lb by the hhd.
Havana white 9i10c; loaf lli12c; crusher
12i13ic; powdered l2k(&lotc tt.
COFFEE The market is well supplied
aud prices stiff. Rio is selling at lljlzic f,
ft with an upward tendency.
MOLASSES. No change iu this article
6ince last week. It continues to sell at 25
28c gallon in bbls, and 3032c in half
SALT Market abundantly supplied. Bar
rel is selling at 30c bushel ; coarse sack
$1 15; fine SI 25.
FLOUR There have been no fluctuations
in the prices of this staple article. The
supply is large, quality very choice, but sales
are confined almost exclusively to home deal
ers. We quote fine at $3(3 50; super
fine $3 754; extra $4 50(o;5.
WHEAT Very little demand, and sales
small at 5060c bush.
CORN No sales ou speculation.
BACON Since our last weekly report,
there has been diminution ia receipts, aud
prices are a shade higher. We quote sales
fiom wagons at 88ac lb; hog round.
LARD Is in active request at SSic
BUTTER Is in moderate request at 15
20c lb. The quantity offered is fully equal
to the demand.
EGGS Are selling wholesale at 7c f, doz.
They are retailing at 10c.
IRISH POTATOES Bring from 40 to 50c
bushel, wholesale. Supply ample.
SWEET POTATOES A good article is
scarce aud will sell readily at $1 00 f, bushel,
FEATHERS Are still selling at 30c ft),
for live geese, the demand being fair.
GOOBER PEAS Are selling at 50 60c
for a prime article. No demand for inferior.
SEEDS The stock of the various grass
seeds in market is ample and of good quality.
The pilots will be found in our table.
WHISKEY Supply larger. Sales at 17
IV ew Orleaim market.
. ' Nt:w Urixans, tb. 11 P. tf.
COTTOX With a reduced supply offering and ad
vanced raU-s claimed, the sales to-day have nut ex
ceeded 86' bales. ITices are too irregular Ut allow of
general quotations, which are still omitted, aud we
quote Middling at UJ5 c.
M'tJAK The dt'Uiaiid cuntioues and prices have
further advanced J.ifc r lur guod q ialitit-s, w ilh sub s
of about -"A0 hhds. rair to fully fair 4iiji,c fl 16 .
MOLAES We notice sales of 2t00 u uOUu bbls at
1-1. and .c for fermenting tu choice, and some
600 hall bbls stcgj.Sc i galluu, according lo quality.
ToBAtXiO Ihe nates embrace 142 hhds, of which 0
at 7c; S at fijr; 67 aud 'i at , aud 0 old crup also
ou private tei uis.
BACUS .oclc ery lisht. The salt s include 12 casks
Western Sides at lUc lb.
LARIi ITices have still further advanced, 'with sales
of 5o4 tierces prime at c, aud lot J at ?c V Jfe.
WHISKY 5 bbls Ih-xut i extra sold at 1'oc, and
yesterday 1TT0 liectiUcd at luc gal. Holdeis aiVing
lyc and upwards for extra Kecufletl.
i Ob VLt. The market is still active and Brm.with
sales to-liny of some 000 bugs, couiprwinK 16V4 st 10c;
400atlOc:7UO at KSlOc: ZZii 10c, aud 3i7c
at lie f 1b-
UATKS OF KXC1IANGC
OOkUKTIII WSXKLT BT
xii e bank, or xii k rsiox.
NjjmvujJC, Tess., February 10, 18S8
Bank of Teuueaaee, . .. par
Iukui Bank,... put
1'kuiUsrs' Bauk, par
Merchauta' bauk, ar
liank of the Cuhu, . . . par
Traders' Uauk, par
llauk of Commerce,.. . par
tjty Bauk, jar
Farmers' Bauk, ir
Bank of Parts, par
Hank of Chattaoooi;a, . par
Bauk of America,. .... par
Citizens' Bauk, r
Bank of Memphis par
Buck's Bank jr
Hi er Bauk par
Commercial Bauk, .... par
xchau);e Bank Si UO
aud upwards, .... par
Northern Uauk, ...... par
Xoutltero Bauk ar
Bauk of Nasbvill, . 15c dia
South Carohna banks, . par
New Orleans Bauks
Mobile Bauks, par
Kentucky Bauks .2 to S pre
MMaoori Bauks, par
IU.nois Bauks,.. b( 10 dla.
North Caroliua banks
6u Sc dta
Virginia Bauka, par
Stale Bauk, 1 prem.
StaU Bauk r.
liaukof tdMib'vilie, lac diaitlold.
Ocom Bank, 10c dm bilTer,
Bank of liandralge, 16c dia
llauk af Claiborne, &6c dia
itauk of Taaewell, . 35c dis
New York &4bl,4oa prem
I htUdeltihia. . , . tioti prem
llauk of Trenton,.
S5c dis New Urieaus scarce
Bauk of Jedersttn . 36e dis
Bank of Knoxvule, 15c dis
Lwreocb'c Bauk,2uc dis
' - SiUBGU.
All Old Banks, par
New Backs, .... uncertain
Louts v tile,
W'l and leo s 78c
1 s tb
The Cherokee Cora Planter!
PATENTED BY tlXIS tTHARLTriN.Sept. tth, 1867.
rpilE only cheap, durabW and rfflctent macbiaa fur
X planting corn ever Trmuyl to th l iaolris of
Twtwstw, m now an exhition at Sleaara. Ariusuoog
Co'a, Nw. Market tuwl, NaaoatU.
' Toe Cheruke Cora Planter rcouueods Naelf shore
mU mhtrt, fur us durability , ctuwpucaa, simplicity, and
the mrf4 mmamat tlwt a partorms tun fuitoaitig de
scribed work." - ...
It furrows out th grownd to aay required depth.
drops the corn, aa maay kernels as dewrad, in n spare
of four mcbes Hnarw, matlwmatjcaliy tn the hilt
covers tho luits and nrrsaea th oarta, (aa by tbe old
method with the bue) and marks accurately lit po
SiUou of each kill. Witlt a single nurse, a mas or boy
can plant tva tu nfteea acrea par day a nil aaae.
- riuUM aud ot&ers ar tnvntrd u aa examination, of
thia marhm, at Means. Armstrong a Cu's, wbaro R
may be awn da.ly la oractaml raui.
reranos wathmg lo porta COO TY RIGHTS ta
this or adjtnatng lea, by applying iuimliau4.r , i
territory at baibg datoaoerf of raptciy,) ran tie so npa
ck inas an wdl matiro them a ai. ratora an iu
mveataMnt. Call at oaco at So. aw Itarkat strad,
Naauruta. tUILl MftvVtU-L.
; , . Catlan CatawlMfetr laa)a
I " ' ' ' CmU
Ovcr-Caata, At., atM &e.t
. wl CLirrOX 1UBOTT,
, iVO. 15 CEDAU STlttlET.
TTVI-N'i mtf , T aactedly rarwrad
daw W an V
aal of atpBTtur
TU True Caairssrts aai tlm Tttla.
We a ill maks tiarsa mp Ajt wm en samara sa ardar t
Joaa Uxa awt, aed saaka rausa tut af Bpnag tMwda,
! .ATe-COHXt.v V
V bare alea Ct irk f IIalT9S'ada
Ci a a St ) that w wll au at gramifv radw.aH
WEOLESILE PRICE CURREXT. j
rjCorrected "Weetly.! t
Collins & Co.
(HarUord), $1C214 ,
B. Collins and
other make 9f314
Yellow, ft, (S20
- - CAM'LES
Tallow, M'd, ih S12X
Star, . IfeffiJO
mg, ft HO
MU1 Crauks &
Gudgeons, , - . (a) b
'r ft lOfSioji
En'isn D'ry, f ft Catlb
Cum'd, ft bush 15320
Java, ft 16(5?18
Kio, " lltolS'
Sheet, V ft (SiO
Manilla, ft Wa
Bale Rope, 0fzll
Ala. 4 Ten. V ft e.fSlO
700. V uoz. fa
600, " (oilO
600, " fall
40H, " fo-12
4-4heet'g,?yd Ccd S'
Osuaburg " V2(aM
Tent Cloth, 3 yds
wide, yd (3)i0
wide, yd 11K2
Tarpaulin Coth, i(a
Twilled Bag g, 12,Srl
Miiriuer's sirp's -t(a16
Plaids or Linseys430faa8
Green, f ft 4.1
Ury isaltea,8Wtt SV2)
Mexican Fliut. none,
Manula, ft ft - , none, n
rottod, fl ft W3
American aa- ';
ter-rowd, O '.
TENNESSEE IRON. '
Bar, com. t ft (S i4 r
Band, - 7 7, j;
Hoop, . " tX(2) 9
-heel, " er , "
Best boil'ri'on, (ai T s r
Pijt, ton, S3Ufa;3 '
littsburg bar, y u
Carracas, V ft 8116(31 20
Pig, lb rs t
Bar, - " &) 8 -
LEATHER. . .
isole, (Cmcin.) f
oak-tan'd.Vft Hff i
Hemlock, " '-
Harness, " 2o30 , i
New - Orleans, ,
gallon, (in bbls) 2528 ;
at gal.,(,-bbl0l 3ti)32
Sugar House," 36S;40 1
Goid'nSyr'p, " 60(a74
10d, keg, 83 6P7S;3 75 f
Lard, gallon, $ 1 10 i
Liuseed, " 8fo96
Sliertu, 8 la'I 25 t
Xaouer's. " 85(ol 10
White Lead, in
oil, V keg, 82 S0,S2 40 f
Chrome Green. S
u pound, 3546
Ppau'b llr'n, " 4,S 8 ,
White juuc, " lStolo
Browu, " a
Stoue Odor. " fa)10 '..
Hums, 7? ft - (S) 8 ;
Sides, " IS 8i '
new, ft v 8,"
Beef, - 6rd 7 ?
Pork, " (a 4i I
Butter, " 15fi)i0
Lard, ' fa) 8
Meal, bush. fa60
Eggs, ff, doz. (a) 1
Carolina, ft Cflt
Barrel, bush. 30
uue, bag $1 2565
cuarbe, " 81 16
Clover, 8 60O7 00
lliilcit, 8 fol 00
luuothy, 3 60fa,4 00
W doz, $ f3 80
sowed, doz $ S4 00
I"KLGS it lYE STUrFS.
Alum, ' b(a
AssafoHida, " ox-d
Borax Crude 2530
' rettued," 37ira'40
Britustuue, roll, ofa) 6
Bucd, V ft 5lfS
Flax Seed, 60faiC6
Herd s Grass, (1 60
Cantharides ' $l(a,
Castor Oil, tr
gallon, 1 6(3i
Cream Tartar, 4iCaV4-)i
clean, S (22 00
striiied, $1 15fal 75
E. Niiw, ft biaJ b
Orchiud, 1 75fai2 00
Inecac. V- ft
Buck, 4 bag, S (S2 60
Patent, " (di 00
Jalap, " lraSl
Cm. B'n, t ft (S 8
I jig wood, gr'nd foi 6
Madder, ft H ful7
Magnesia, " 4U(d 1 20
Turp'tim- bar, " 4,rS5,'-i
Cuitiic a: Wiiid'r, '2,(a)'S
K r, ft 6K6?10
Eugliish " " ia)15
Cast. " fa)-M
Shear, " ltlal-O
German, " l2Vfl
N. Oi lenns, . ft 6(3 8
Havana, wh'te ra)10
do browu " (ai
Powdered, " 12,fall3
Sjiice, V ft faM3
Ginger Race, " Pfal 9
Cloves, " 36ra40
Pepper, " fi'13
French, . pal $2 &V'S
Amer. " 40fa75
Jamaica, $1 251 80
Amer., " 75fa)l iA
Holland, " SI 30)1 50
Amer., " 4ifa4 '
Whuskcy, ' l,(ii-0
Rtndered,l ft SfalO
Imjierial, ft t 50,7U 00
;uupowder, 8 60ftJ75
Y 'nil Mj sou, " 40(,iitl0
Bliuk, "8 (Jl
Baliug, TP ft 25fa!30
Cider, pallon, 5J10
" fi hurl. 84 60(0,5 00
Madeira, fg., 81 50fS2 00
Sherry, ' 81 ODfa)4 00
Malaga, " 8 Aufiil J8
Purt, " 81 OtiW4 00
Opium, ft i(wl 5u
Qucksilver, 8 SCtf 1 25
guiuiue, " tz 7fr;3 00
Live Geese, ft fti30
3, barrel, 2(3
Extra. 84 605
Superfine, f3 75(o 4
Fine, 83 0tfol3 60
r.iisiua, bx $-! ,Sla3
sheU, ft 2025
V bushel, 81 00(3
readies, di led,
4 bushel, none.
Ginseng, V ft 35fS40
8x10, bx, 84 orv54 60
loxli, " 4 .'5(rt5
10x14, " a oofoW
Wheat, V bush 60f)0
Bye, , " 4tVo!50
Ctirn, " , fSJO
Oats , clean ' 252)30
. GL'NNY BAGS.
2 bush. eai:h. l'-'fSM
Kifle. kcc, 8 fS!S 00
Blasting, " 8
(3)i 601Ch'uipa,e,Tadz812f-.5 00
ffrfMV 'Common. ft
10fa:12,1 ;Fine washed,
Quaker City Insurance Company,
Office, Franklin Buildings, No. 408, Market st
Capital and Surplus, $250,000
C hartered Capital, $500,000
Fire Insurance " AKre , ldKngs, fvhiie liufld-
truf ami Merxkandise ffrtwraitj.
Uarine Inrarance "H i '!, Cargo and freight to
awl JriftH all paru nf the World.
Also, Inland Insurance on Ooudt to and rem all
jarti if the ("nitM.
Slatevtent of the Iusine?i and CoiiditUn of th
QCAKElt ClTT IVNCKANCK COMPANY, for the
year ending December 31, 183 7.
Capita! $-.200,000 00
Surplus 77,665 88
Surplus Jauuary 1,157 831,671 78
Received for premiums during the
year 1W7 162.S07 3
Interest received 11,768 10
Salvage aud Re insurance bitll 44
tJl 4, '. ib
Lossrs, Exnenses, Ae.
Isses Paid 871. MS 45
Iuvideud aud Commissions paid.. 33,&39 32
lU-msurauce and return pie ins.. 0,047 45
aud uthce Expenses 11,128 17
Bonds, Mortgages, Ground Renu,
Coupon Bouus, Bauk and other
Stocks 8100,050 00
Negotiable Bills Receivable 165,178 33
Cauh iu Bauk aud due frutu Ag'U. SU.442 62
$277 ,666 86
GEORGE H. HART.
E. P. Rflff , Merchaut,
A. C. CAT! FIX, Firm of Chambers it Cattell,
Jta-KPH EKWARIf, Menbact,
Jtill.V G. ItAl-F, Agent Liverpool and Philadel
phia Steam Ship Compao v,
Ftfc-TlJt S. PJJUvlN's1, Merchant.
Hos. HENRY H. FLLLER, PreaidetU MtMilour
F W. HAILEY. of Pauley a On.,
ASI'KEW K. (TUMBUtS, liauker,
J. I. PtJMEKOY, Merrliaut.
tllAKU-S u. 1MLAY, Cash. StaW Savings Bank.
II. K. CXIGGSHALL,
SAM L 11 JONES,
GEORGE H. HART, PreaidenL
E. P. RWS, Va-e President.
H. R. Cor MULL, tweretary and Treasurer.
. H. He-nan, Asawtant Secretary.
ST A TK OF FEXXSVl. t'A X1A .
Cu;r II. IUxt, President, and Hoar R. Cooo
IliU, Secreury, of the Quaker City lusuranre Con
Ii y, dd dcpte and say, and each fur bmuwlf says,
that tbe forrgi.uij! statement is true to the best of their
kuuwlega aud belief.
GEt'RGE H HART,
il. R- OsiG SHALL,
tabacrihad and sworn before me, this Brat day of
February , A- V. 15.
JOHN P. KIEJtrT, Abtarsoaa,
a aod J uauca of toe reaca-
STATE OrTEXygSsSK, OxmrOler'i Olos,
Nasstviux, Feb. 13, li. I
This ia to certify that th Quaker City lusurauc Co.,
loraled at Pbiuvdel(iliia, m tha Male Jf lenasylvaaia,
liaa complied with all the raqutrrotrats of an art pa as till
by tha Oeearai Aaaenibly of tha Ski of Team asm,
U Marrb, lad, antitlad "An Act lo regulate tac agva
rtra of laauraitca Coapanaa t UMK4-putaud by lUa
Kate of Tenneaatpe," and that Jtwcra S ami si lb la
rally authonaad Atl of aaal Cetutaay sa Uat Iwwa of
. , J. C AXTTRIXL, aar.
Taa sobarriber eoatiaura to awra Polsrtrs ta tha
above reliable Cusupauy at fair ri.
fa bIS iw Jte-ll H NASH, Afatt.
Vrcsli ;aracn Heeds.
T rE ar am ta raoetp af taa saart astaesrva slack
V of tard-a naada t embrar-init saaay aw aad
vmlaablavaramaa.)awr broubi so Uuaaafco- Taay
are ail i4 Vm (ruath of 1U7, aaa fruus JU luiiowawj
tionaea well kawwa rafulatxai:
It. Laadratk iwj, Ptti-atleij-lna.
, Tba AuM-ncaa tsasl Garaaa, iUor6Bld, aa.
Kadey's, Fradoaai, New Vurk-
Kbaaar Caraaa, auatb Latua, Ky.
' Iteacrn-ttva latalofaas traaa Uy abova a soars raady
for gratuaoua distrmutjaa. tail aad f oa.
la addmaa a taa abtsva, wa nave a fetfffe PtT
taa nauat asual varvttea by tha pound, aad Bcaba aad
Pas by tha btttnei. " .
. 000 Papers TLew aaad. . .
Just raeatved fraus tn ceieuralrJ auaa t Jutue,
BubtMaa Cl , S "ut P"-r of lV'r iweds. Tba
lovara of IVaera bare aow a Wrg-r and Wuee aavv
saaal front wlurfe la saakv U.-ir aetmfeua of swada thaa
iaay bars fcerwtoluta aad at thai rny.
KAlNs a MOWS,
' No. 1 KmtB rabtte taaara, -)aal8
It Oppaaaa tha Maraat JUiaia.
f-piTK bifttaat SaaraaS prtca awd ft JLAXI put mg at
J T. KAT!V h CO.
Cores Bread add Market asraeMk.
Chancery Sale of Slaves.
a a tV.
X THirsa-iuc5 of a decree maoe oereuHunj v
Chaacerv Court at Nashville, in the case of w m. 1.
Neal vs. F. E. Pitts ami oUiers, I will sell to tbe nuinest
bidiler for cash, on tlif l'uhlie Square, in the city of
Nashville, ou SATURDAY, the 20th DAY OF FEBRUA
RY, 165K, tba following sevwi Slavta, to-wrt: Louisa,
Maria, Eilj!U3Cuit.y , Lucy Ann , Marparet and Martha.
T c. lt. BluK.V, C. a M.,
Jan. ll--tcl Chancery Court at Nashville.
Burnt District, Market Street.
Rachel P. Smiley and others ts. John O. Ewing.
IN purHuancf of a decree of this court tn the abova
cause. 1 wdl sell at public salo,on the Pnblic Square
ui this city, on SATURDAY, th of MARCH, 1858, that
aacant Lot on Market ttreet, aor doors 'rwa Ike Square,
on which stood the Store-house, occupied, before tke
fire, by Beech a Co., lirutrKifta. Said Lot flouts about
20 8-li fet-t and runs back 111 feet.
Terms made known ou dny of sale.
C. 1. ERIEN,"- M.,
feb5 td.. . , Chancery Court at Nashville.
Cliancery Sale of Land.
Thomas C. Martin, Ex'r, tc. , . J. B. Hughes and w tfe
IN pursusnce of a decree pronounced at the last term
"of this couct-in the above cause, I will soil at pub
lic sale. on the premises, on SATURDAY, the 13lh day of
MARCH, 1S5S, tha ftdlowin trait of Ninety Acres of
Land, to wit: The Uact of Land on Cedar Lick Creek,
in Wilson conntv, lormerly owned by Br ice Mai Uu,
d.-e'd., and at present occupied by C. Graven, and ad
joining the lauds of Andrew Beard and others.
Tkvjis. due Hundred and Fifty Dollars cash, and
for balance a credit of 12 months, without interest.
C. D. BIUEN.C. k M-,
feb& td Chancery Court at Nashville.
THE creditors of THOMAS UAMILT0X, deeeaied,
are hereby notified and required to apear before
tue Clerk of the Chaucery Court at Nashville, and
prove aud hie their claims, aRainsI his esute. I will
attend at my othce on the 1st Monday , 5th day of April
tit rM.iv. tiia same. C. l. BK1EN, C. 4; M.
feb5 td Chancery Court at Nashvdle.
P. 1. Cout h aud G. W. Couch rt. W. C. McKinloy.
BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at Nash
ville, made in the above cause, at the November
Term last, 1 shall expose to publu; sale to tha turhest
bidder, at the Court-yard iu Nashville, on ibe .'oth of
MARCH next, a tract of laud containing 14 V acres,
more or kfS, lying on the Nashville and I-baunn
Turnpike road, in the 2d tlvil lltUict of lavidsou co.,
a more particuUr description of which wdl be fc'eu
ou the day of sale.
Tkmsc-: Credit of six and twelve months will be giv
en aud a lien retained for the iy uient of the purchase
1. uivir.. ,
Clerk A Master
"FOR THE MILLION."
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
A. 4. VttAXClSCO,
No. 23 Pnblic Square,
HAS ons of the largest and mt cmi- iir; us
ulete assortment of Hnu and ca e er V-j-
ollered lo the trado of Tennese. The
n..i.iwm f txsrsons visituiK Nashville for the
nuriMMte ot nurchaaiUK coods m my line of business,
are solicited to CaU aud examine for thc-mselvca.
Of new styles and colors, now opening at
Tliose Freucli Felt Hats.
A fresh supply Just received at the Hat
Emporium of FRANCISCO,
23 Public Square.
Fancy Dress Furs for Ladies and
WE would call the attention of the Ijidiea of Nash
ville to our splendid st-sk of MUFFS, V It TUR
IN ES aud CUFFS, aud everv decrution of I'BKSS
FURS for Ladies aud Misses, U No. 23 Public
4a Ladies, now is the time to pet a rhokvt and
cheap article of Furs, to prevent you from Utkuitf cold
during the inclrment weather now at hand, at New
York cau prices, at FRANCISCO'S.
Robes and Foot 3ItifTa.
SOME very haudMrae ROPES AND FOOT MUFFS
for Carriages, at 23 Public Square,
fi-bl A. J. FRANCISCO.
' ST. AlilVVXSi
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THIS is one of the handsomest improvements tn
Edgefield: it in within twenty minutea walk f tha
Capitol, aud is on au elrvation overlooking the enure
viiUce, heailliy and dry. It w surrounded by some aa
prt tiy scenery as ran be found iu this county. Every
convenience neceawj-y lo reuder it comfortably as a
family residence aud country home have been added.
The u-rnut are very liberal.
iuuMit UOYD CO.
STOVES FOIl THE TIMES.
JUST received from Cincinnati, a fw of Pd-UNTS
tXiAL CUOk'INO KANol, small size, ahah we
are prepared to furnish atiucuiuaii pricre, ailh ex
A soo.1 aaaortnietil "f (XAL CooKINO STOVES, which
we will put up and warrai.t, and which, now thai coal
ia cboap, aud in the reach of every oue, m the Kova
FRANKLIN PTOVES, for Coal and Wood.
CANNON AMI RAHlATOK SToVK. for Cmal.
U1AUREU ANI UX1M Rotlil fcTOVES, lor Coal.
Thirty Handsome Patterns l"arlor Crab's from Wm.
Jackson's Manufactory, New-Yurk. Common Mantle
aud Jamb Orausa.ali i aud Jwtuirus, whajh wo a ill
sell low to suit the tiiues.
MACKEN7TE k WTLHON.
Dec 18 tf.
AS we have determined to do an exclusive CASH"
BUSINESS thai year, wa feel that a word of ex
plauauon may b necessary ta some of our very par
ticular Iriunds, who hare had accounts with us, aver
ainca we eomiueuced busineas, and wa are proud ta
aay wa have many sorb rriends, who bare always paid
their accounts promptly. Wa feal confident wa caa
maks t greatly to the uiteroat of all, by buying our
goods cheaper, aad of coaras aeltine turm vary much
cbaafier. lhere are many peraoos in our mutat who
would prefer buyUig for rash, if it could be mada to
thaur tutorest to uo au. We know nuany who do not
have accounts, and we think It anlair that paraons who
boy for rash should pay the same prices as Ue who
buy on cmiit. It is wub luesa ettuaaleratioos wa have
adopted aa exclusive cash system, and wouivtl ail
who are IB favor of the ysfa.-tn, as well as all tboae
a bo are ia favor of bur tug foods cheap to gtva aa a
call. W. A. it J- U. ilcCLElXAND,
Nua. 61 ft U Colkf street, NaaUviila, Tana.
-VTfK are ofiVrtng oar sntlra stock: of Staple aad Faa-
CV booth at Cost.
Janl tf W. A.
t J. G. MrtXiXLAND.
A IX orders for Shirts left at oar Hon wnhta a
work or tea days wul be filled promptly, and ta a
suanner l give sataaatAiua, as oas of the turn ialeads
rouig tast hurtly,aad wul attend to all orders that
,. aay reiva. ; CUF IVN ABUOTT,
febi tf U Cedar street.
Tim.li, J, 29 and J cents; ,aied IS to 0 eta.
Tofiar wna every dcacriUuo ot
Barlors, riro-Scrooaa, Center Pieoea, VLadow
And all tb Bort Uahlooabio styles for Tarloca, Balls,
and iHouig ruuraa.
larnis, C-aa loc aU euall bUls.
Wa W- I--,
Nor 2 Public Sqaara, e . Lwadarwk at.
jr. B paper Hauga duua a tha beat saaaswr by
catuiwUbt WMTkunra. Seal lav
a. a. aaosa.
1 1; ir. 1 1 .vrs es v. co.,
rcrchase and Sale ef Negroes,
At C V. PoriaS old staad, No. AS, Cadar etraat,
ryl . , sval Ule, Test tu
AKTHllAl attaatMMS S'v toJg
I snM 4 ljj LK. liaUTllf aaJ WU.f
moat: KAStAA, t-UAP, LAK1 k UStJtAM
tdLs. tlUiJ-k, W.11U, tusliaiia, aaa a.
l lurai&aU Mahactar aad Prvdaoa gvaarally
at."" Parcbaaaa uaO ft rah, aad prvaupt eaaeoam- I
ea. get aU tha a4vaW d daoala aad Wa prscae
walit amawy poau.Mtao.is t
. Jaa. 1 .... , , ' '
l,eblor 'Vala.c XoUcc.
THE uaJrr vrd reVctful:y reqaaats all the av
dr Uad l boa U autue ! ard aad mate pay aatat
rfuribg Ua preat sauatta of labTMary, as ttuliie ta-dala-aao
aaatas b give, aad h ahail baeusvad to
pta. U acruaata aud va at U a a tad t" capty,
iat uw Imff 1 wf aa oaV b otaAactaja. Ha a) vaeg
aad obMawd a taa paalat iwr tha patewaaga aaawraaS
aara, sat ataw itwui ha twa-d .u irtt
laftoawt. K LilUCiii.
, rtlwlSt. ... " .
HcCALL, VAHLEER & CO.,
' ' IMPORTERS AND DEALERS I!T '
Enirlish, & American Hardware
G UNS AND CU'l LER Y, V '
Blacksmitli and Carpenter Tools; also
Hull dins and Railroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock,
NO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAH THE SQUARE,
MONEY FOR THE MILLION!
30,000 f ofTlvc UoWars!
Only 30.000 lumbers! 3,2S6Prtreat
MOKE T1IAS OSS PRIZE TO 2X1SE TICKETS t -
02TE TICKET CAN EE AW TEEXE PHIZES!!
Begistertd Money Letts rs at ou EiiU
Capital IM-lTeT S30,000tt r
ANDERSON &. SON'S LOTTERT
HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE STJUBEES.
Jasper Co. Academy Lotteri '
By authority of tha State of Georgia.
CLASS JJ, DRAWS 1st OF MARCH, 1858,
CLASS KK, DRAWS 15th VF MARCH, 1868,
In public, at Maeon, Ga. ander tbe swora Snpertutes
deuce ot E. C. Hi ijuxt aud Jua. W atskhak, Eaqs.
PEIZES PAYABLE WTTECTTT BEDTCTIOK!
Tickets: Wholes ti; Halves $2.50; ft'rs $L23.
1 Prue of 0,00
1 do 10,0)0
1 do 6,000
1 do 2.000
1 do l.ooo
S do 6u0 are 1,600
i do V60 are 1,2W
100 do loll are lO.OoO
100 do 50 ars 6.000
Soot do 15 are 45,000
4 Trixos of 1?5 to lai.WW f MW
4 do 60 10,000 200
8 do 40 6.IXJ0 8V0
12 do " 2.600 S00
24 do 15 2,000 SOO
20 do 10 " 1,000 200
3bb prizes amouLluig tn.
Rank Nou-sofsouud Hanks taken at par. Checks
on New lork ri-iiiitted lor pnxt-s.
AUT Irswiugs of Large Cuts.- will be published ia
New York aid New Orleans Suuuay papers, aud .
Charleston aud Savanuab Ihnln-s.
In ordering Tickets or Certint-ates, enclose the mo
ney to our a.idreis for the Tickets ordered, on receipt
of which they will be forwanled by first mail. Pur
chnsers can iiave Tickt U cnduig in auy figure ther
The liblof irawn numbers and prizes will be sent to
purchasers iiiiuwiluiu-'y alu-r the drawuig. Purcha
sers will plemat write their sinittures plain, and giva
th"ir Popt ofliee, rout'ty aud State.
Remember that every Prize is drawn aud payable ta
full without deduction.
All Prizes of f l,00u and under paid Immediately after '
the draw uig other prizes at tlie usual time of SO days.
All coiiiiiiuiiiealious ktrH lly ouubdeutial.
Audi ess orders for Ta kets to C. U. SWAIN,
Nash v die, Teuu.. or to ANl'tKON' PON, Managers,.
Macon or Sai auuah. la. febl3 trl-wkwtd.
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERIES,
Authorized by the Bute of Georgia.
FOIl TEX IIOLIilllSt
riIIE folio ing Seheiue wul be drawn by 8. Swaa at
A Co., Managers of the Siria Academy Lottery, us
eura of tlieir sinli- Number Ix.ueriea for February,
leaf, at Al tiUM A, Geoigia, in public, under tha au,
pcrintciidence ul Coliuuissioners. ,
t laaa 1,
To b drawn tn the City of Augusta, Ceorgia, la pub
lie, ou SA lTKliAY, February bth, 1S6S.
To bs drawn In the Cltv of Augitfta, Ceorgla, in pub. .
lie, ou SAIL IUAY, February lUb, 1558.
To be drawn tn the City of Aug nsta, Georgia. In pub
lie, on SATUR1MY, February 20th, 1858.
. C laaa 4, . . ,
Ta bs drawn in the City of Augusts, Georgat, ta pub
lic, ou SATtKliAY, February 27th, 1868.
OK TEE PLAS OF SINGLE 2TTJMBER3.
6,4S5 Prizes. Nearly ons Prits to verTniaO'
Tickets .uanltirrut Ncltetucr .
To l!K muw.v
EACH SllTVKUAY IN hibkcart.
1 Prise of 70,0oo 4 Prizes of 900
1 " " 0.ooO 4 " SuO
1 " lu.OOO 4 ' M " " 700
1 " " f.000 4 " " wa
1 " " 4,0t 6d boa
l " " a.ooti so " joo
1 " " 1S) loo " " ya
4 " 1,000 " " 100
4 ITisof Stt0 Al'pr.n'fc- fi fTO.000 Prize arefl,A0O,
0. 485 Prizes amounting to (320,000
Witole Tickets tlO; Halves $5; Quarters t2 60-
Pl&iv of tts Lottery.
Th NumlM'r. froin 1 to &,ooo, corresponding with
those Numbers ou UieTiteta priuted on separate slip
of wM-r,aru eucirciod a ilh suuul lm lubes aud placed
lu ttne bee I.
Tu th et 4.'i7 Trut s, similarly printed aud encirclad,
are placed in another a bcel.
The aheeU ar then revolved, and a Bomber at
drsan from tue ahoel of nuiubeia,aud at the same .
time a Prise is drawn fim tlie other a heel. The Nana-o-r
and l'rizc druwu out ara opened and exhibited to
the audience, and registered by tha Coaimiaaioaars ;
tha Prize beu.g placed agaiaat the- Number drawn.
This ojruuu is reietod until all the ll izes are drawn
Approximation Prizes. Th two preceding anA
the fu Mitt ewiuig Nuuilwi s to tbiata drawing tha first
7 Prise a ill be enutlatt to the !ig Aoproxitnatitio Prl
are. For example : if Tii kt t No. 11 'Joo draws the $70,.
sm Prize, thow IVkt U ntimlieretl 1124R, 11V49, 1121.1,
IK'iJ, will each br eiitiU-4 lo tOO. If Ticket No. 660
draas the Ho.ihj Prize, those TkJrls numbered &4S,
a49,.M, bM, ttt, will each b entitled to JOO.abd so
on aerordins to tt,a aixtve aebema. - - t
The 6,000 Prizes Of C20 dl b determined bf
tba laat Qiiura ot Uhi KumUr that draws tha 070,000
Prize. or example, a the Number drawing tha S70,
Ooo Prize ends with No. 1 , then all the Tickets, whare
the number ends in 1 , will be entitled lo 8J0. If tha
Number ends with No. 2. then all the Tickets whara
tl.e Number cads la S will bo entitled to 8 JO, and so oa
Certificates of Packages will be sold at tbe fol.
lowing Tale, abicb a Ute i ak :
Cartiacatea of l'ackaga uf 10 Vtbrd Tickeu SAO
"JO Half " 44
" 10 Qtiariar " .30-
" 10 Eight 10
CT OTtDTHrKQ TICXET8 CJL C3LSTLF1CATXS. :
Eucloae tha mouey to our address for tba Tickets or
dered, oa receipt t4 which they a 01 be forwarded by
first mail. Purchasers can have tic Vets endinv m ur
figure they may designate.
The IjkI of Itrawa Numbers and Prises wul aa sent
to purcbaaers aumedaitt-ly aftar Ue drawing.
mr rurcnaaera will uiaaaa write their aumatnraa
pbjio, and give their Poat otlita. county and Mats.
mr ivjmeajoer uuit every ITixo M drawa and paya
ble walxnit dndw-taai.
mr All prizes of 81 ,000 aad under, paid famsasdiata.
ly aiter tha draa log other pruEaa at tha usual lima af
thirty days. i
AU eooimunirattonB strict' etmfldeotial. " 'I
AJiireas Or tiers tut TKkru or Certificates ta "
8. h WAN k tJ. , AugusU, Ca. ;
" Pers residing near MontgtHuery, Ala., ar .
AUaaia, Ca , can nava their orders filled, aod savs)
Utum, by audreaamg H. haaa k Co.. at either of thuaa
4Ur A li"t tha numbers that are drawa from taa
ahvrl, wtth tbe amount of tha prize that each oa ss'
fautled l, will be pubhanad after a vary drawing, us
th following pam yAmm (Ca.,) OmrMMn-aW "
Ut, Ai (Arbataa MM, af Mttntter, Ckorlaaaw
Unite 6'uav, AHmntm fiilafliaiiaii Mem
lur H aaWy My aaa, JSaaaawiU Jfantray Mv, Mick
swal Uvymrm, .t lurk iHtmtick, mmd aalda
Dissolution. . T
THS Ca partaaraiup of IIASUKOOK St McrTHTRTnt
baa thai aay baa dwaolrad by motnat caaaaat.
1. ti. Hasbrook aaving aold bat laiaraat la the bocks.
aotaa. stock, ax., to Joan W. alcWhirtar aad Faaataia
P. Mcb star, aadr tba sty la aad firsa asaia af ita.
Watrtaf Brother 'a, w bo ar alue authonaad lo wnad ep
tha buaiaaas of tha firm, and as th bum of taa Brat
la lujuaUUoa. I ti HaSBKoOK,
JOHN W. McWUlJtTVX.
Jauiary , ISA. "
AMNG sold any tolereat sa ti Books, Notes. ock, '
br.'s, who will avui aU claims agamat tba lata Bras.
1 herewith trader my wmn thanks I all tha CBstosa-
W ta lata araa, aad woaai ratnaiiaiasd say eases r
aara aa gabUecaaa worthy ft a tamnuaax of laaur
hsaaifia- tibaral palrouaa. - .
Kb I la LCBAS2ROOK ,
CARRIAGE MAMTACTTREKe .
Sprins Hill, Teunettee.
PTiTX awbaertaar ra par u idly aaaauaoaa to tha pab
X be that be MoUvM a aavaalaotar at hal aid
ataad.kkSiprkag ti,U. arrtase., 1imi, liaraiat.a t
very lyk)aa4 ilaawraama Jaaaai.gaul aad subannlial.
saaaaov aad oa aa Uwrably Wi m as aay athar suaaa.
taciarar ta tb Mate. He uar . hut th vary haat
materaila aad rmpb-ys a" ta awat akturul aad t
cioera-ared wtkaea lieoce. h fiast-ra anwaulf
that his rk win conrr um ISvaraalawmh taa '
tuoal aupetPW Jo4 Uiraad wut by the heat tabllah.-
Haul, ia tba We, aud aa a aa aa high ran la to pay,
hal prwca, he ha au awabt, wul ha atach saaea a0a
at thaa tha at eity easabladiawata. '
Ctuaeae af iwvala. iUary aad WilUamatav ba
dear lu puriUaa a tarrag twiggy , t tha uuaat
uh aud tha BMt taper wectmaihip, Sra, invit-j
ad to eU SI tha avuis.tury of the subset ibar ahaia'
they Ml aa suited. a.i a
ajWtkeuau sa aoae St toe aeax aaaaaer wa ww -
tv r, i -fail.
aa oa aw a a. a a. a. aw - -a st .
aa. 1. LI VViVkWl.