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N A SEVILLE:
r MONDAY UOSSDTG, FEESTIAEY 22, 1858.
Notice to Transient Advertlaera..
All transient advertisements iu this paper must be
paid fur at the lime they are banded iu otherwise
they will not be inserted. Transient JA Work must
, be paid for on delivery.
The combined circulation of the Paily and Tri-Week-!y
edition of the Panuor In the eity, and in the see-
rUoa of country trading with Nashville, Is greater than
that of any other paper In tie city. All advertisements
are inserted in both editions hence the Patriot to the
1 best advertising medium. '
COL1TY COIUT Jl'DOb
JJj"We are authorized to announce J so, Whit-wrrtt-m
as a candidate tor Judge of the County Court,
at the ensuing March election. tsao
JJj N. P. Wous' ITiitM Journal advertises circulars
. furiufcbed gratis explaining the reasons why it requires
a gentleman of arcociilished mechanical gonitis'' to
operate a Wheeler and Wilson's Sewing machine, and
r-why b many "excellent houso-keepera" cun not do
The Literary Societies of the t'niversity of Nash
ville will celebrate the birth-day of Washington on
Mnulay evening nest, the 22d iust., at Odd FdUnv's
J tall. The public are respectfully invited to attend,
l'erforinaoces to commence at 7 o'clock.
The Gafett. The coucert ou Friday de
tracted Homeu bat from the aUemlituce at the
Gaiety; but there was a rirtalle and di
criiBiiuUing audieuce to wituctw the sterling
- rendition of the Overling play: Faint Heart
never one fair Lady, aud Dun Cottar de Ikinui.
Mrs. CvtXaV took the leading female character
iu the former, and Mrs. Menken that iu the
latter. They both did extrerat ly well fully
suUiuing themselves and aatLsfying the audi
ence. Mr. Crisp, as Don Cuemr, was irreHitdi
Lle. To-night, licing of the Wrtlidity of Washing
ton, in allotted to a grand Dramatic Festival
for the joint benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Ctusr.
The Gunrter, in which Mr. C. hats already
C ired the iitnio.aiiUl eulogy f eveiy one who
hud the good fortune to hoc him, the other
night, sut Jiooerly. will l r pcatd. This will
le followed by the National aiitLitn, ILiil Cu
lumliia, Ming by the wIkhV couijiaDy, when will
be au allegorical TalsVau of WalirtjtuH dot
inj tf Delaware the entertainment to con
clude with the farce, Diamond cat Diamond.
This in one of lie most attractive bill.- that
las ever bcea ollered in tnis city; and we
. trout there will le a turn-out eiual to its
merits. Mr. Cuinr lias claims upou die pat
rons of the draw iu the trtble apt of an
artut of grea ability and meflt; as the mtii
tjer of the Tht-atre, batiug gifea u& a coin st
ay rack as we aave it hail fr several
years; and an a flue poeSal gentK inati and cit
izen. Mrs. Omar w a ltdy f rare liowcr on
the stage, ud nch aoeial and coaver.-ational
powers off the utage, together with riich other
aecoinplifhwutH, an wiiull make her an or
nament to the mart refined wxriely. We b -(
uk for tUfttt that Huocet oil thin oixiL-ion,
which their many nuritHdewerve we ak it,
not !o much as a pecuniary consideration to
them, but as a t-stimony of our ajtjir.-cialion,
w houorablu to us an it would be grateful to
Gey. Wai.kekm Si'LEch. A Urge, audience
attended Saturday night, to hear toe able
vpeech made at ( Kid Fellow' Hall by Gen.
Walker. We had expected to furuisu our
'readers with a report of it thin morning, but
have been disappointed. We fhall give a
nketcli, at leaat, of it, iu our impression to
morrow. Cavitac Uiujo's graml concert on Fiiday uijrht
attracti-d an audience of home two or three
Lundred or the elite of our city. There wi re
but four perfomers, each of whom exhibited a
perfect nmstery of thepartHaHtumiedby them.
Mrs. L"rto Tavlok. uh a vidouit, ho far as
we have had an opportunity of judging, and
are capable of judging, is autoug the lirt of
tlie age. The amiible and aecoiuIihlied
'lady amateur" as tin anuouiicem ' lit li;is it,
aJJ d much ta the eutertaiuineiit by lier
tlirilliiily cweet and tharmitig voice. Mr.
Taylok and Mr. SrUNEK, as piaiib.1 and flut
iwt, were excellent.
Fixe Stuck- IVrnons w j-hing to jiurchase
a fine Maltette Jat k, can be aeciiiiuiHlat d by
calling at the Sewauee Livery Stable, Fnul
Fur 0t I'atri.iL
Ilemedy for (uld Iu tli Head.
The great inconvenience of n mid in the
lii'ad is the ibstruelhn of the uartal passages,
by w hich we are coiup. lied to breathe through
the mouth. The unt effectual way of clean
ing those pasMigen is by the inj' el ion of a
stream of cold water by means of syringe (r
an India rublier inji-rtiou-bag would be more
conveuieiit) You cau then breathe freely
until tke nve liToiiutt again oUtrut'ted.
when the remedy liuiht be rep'-uted. A teu
ooiifull uf Kalta uight and moruing is excel
lent to give permaueut relief.
Vkut Smart 1'ku'L ix Mbjiiioax. Two
couples were married in New lialtiuiore last
week, under peculiar circumstance. Twiu
sisters married twiu brothers, and the purlieu
were each M years old, and their wedding day
was the auuiverary of the birth day uf the
" marked hut htm, and tlu-u he kuaard her,
kueii hard be ri',l a bikUir,
AuU aht wit up a ya4L'
A fashionable tailor iu Philadelphia as w e
learn from the I'rnt is iu the habit of exact
ing a kis from hi sewing girN w henever Uiey
bring iu a jolt Due girl, to whom his impoi
t unities lor a kise had bi-cume uueiidunUile,
and who oeaya the account would nt ul
low this favor mainly Iwt-uu? the tailor
breath was flavored a itlt tobaeco, d -vined a
ino.-t eir-ctual remedy against further auuoy
' ance. Her twiu brother douuid her cloitu s,
and took a piece of work to the hhoji. The
tailor bexecch'd for a ku, the Uy plavid tho
- woman well. aul bt-haved us natural as UL-.
for after a reasonable time,
" Whu-peruig, 'I will ue'er ouiik'IiI,' cuiuu-ntrd.
' The tailor wan warued, however, that when
he kissetl, the kissed hard. "So much the b t
' ter," said tla- knight of the hbear, the haid
t r the better ; " to. wiptug his muuth. tak.og
deliUraut aim, aud approaching the l uipinig
prize alowly and apprwciutiugl ,ih..ir la eh in-1
wheu the Iwy-girl aeiztd the tailor' chiu U
tweea two rowa uf sound teeth, aud held buu
until Uis cries brought such a crowd around
bis hop that the pol.ee w tux- compelled to lu
BlUJAKISi. nXTKAOHOtXART KtX. YltT
day Mr. Johu W. ll.t.u r was playing a guuu
- of billiards aud by an adroit play bruugul
the two reds together about eighteen iiicuea
from the cusbiou at the fuot of the table. He
then "nursed" then o i-k.ltully that he uuuk
1 ed o lintuinti tme kutuirtd aud Vy-amw ytt
by rtA klUidrtd a ltd mutton cvfua-uUt Curvtft !
without making a cuidiiou I The l.uie uccu
iedinin tkiug this ruu of 2157 otuU, wo
nearly two bourn; and it wasouly tetmioaUd
' whoa tiie player, feeling that he had avcoiu
. pliched a feat iu billiard which, puaibljr, LUe
world uercr saw before, Utrame pardu.tably
excited, loot bid rtcadiu aof urrve, aud mai
a false play. This account might be doubted
were Its correctuese not attested by eight per
miui who were absorbed spectators turougu
out the run.
The papers of all the other great 'citlea,
Boetou, New York, 1'hiladJpLta, aud Su
Louis, bouet their big games of Luliiarda, but
we are much tuJtakru tf they ever have, or
ever will Lave anything to tqual the New Or
leans ruu of 2lu7 poiuta He ad viae Heslef
to quit the game now ami never ruk his laur
els by playing again- A'. O. 2'ru DdUt, llth.
. . It U said that the differ enca between tatiug
strawberries and kiseing a pretty girl, ia so
,?iaHli5t U CauiiOt be B'prccittd. i
' " ' JZ ft.
Stcomli0at & Hioer He m.
V ; r-- f aKKIVALS. - - , . , . i
v Feb.'20.-Ujnaker City, CincinnatL "
-' ' ; '-".' IlEPAKTXRES.
Sallie West, Memphis.
.The river in falling with eomething over 6
feet water on the shoals. '
Sale or the Scotland. The steamer Scot
land was Bold Saturday at Marshal's sale.
She was "knocked down" to W. M. Hab
gravks, at $20,20052,000 caeh, the balance
in 6, 12 and 18 months.
The peerless Cline is the packet for Mem
phis to-day. She departs at 2 1. M.
The Legislature of Texas is an indus
trious body. They meet at 4 o'clock in the
morning, and have four sessions daily one be
fore breakfast, a second before dinner, a third
before supper, aud a fourth before bed time.
If some Legislatures were to meet as early as
that of Texas many of their members would
not sleep at all.
An editor who was very short of traveling
funds, sat upou a saw borne for an imaginary
journey to the country, aud wrote letters borne
lor his paper.
His letters were mostly descriptions of his
Iravtliiuj throuyh (he wood.
& 1 1 I F'A L.T Y.
try We are authorized to announce Jahkh H. IIi.vtok
as a caudiuate for cheriU ol Lavi'ibuu county , at the
next March election.
g- We are authorized to announce J. R. XcCaxs as
a caudiJute lor MieriU ot iiavkuiou county , at the en
suing March election.
fjT We are authorized to announce Job.h K. Eo
MOM.N,asa Ciindiilute lor hUerul of Jjavidaou county,
at the next March election.
cint iiT toi jit ci.i;uk.
gy We are autliorizeu to announce V. C. Love as a
caiKUtlulc lor Circuit lourl Cleric of DaviUbou county,
Eluclum iu Mareli next.
yV We are authorized to announce C. W. Nawck
an a cuudiiiule for Circuit Court Cleik,atlhe ciisuiuK
Mai ch eiit tion.
M.JT We are atitlfirized to announce Jobs lU'ia
viiM,Bs acunc!ii:ate for Circuit Court Cleik, at the
ensuing Moreh election.
tI ATI tOl'BT C LI.ItK.
We are authoiiz-d tii aiiuouuce Wilijam I- Fob
TEh an ;i caiiUKlatu for tin; i.filcc of County Court Clerk,
at the eriM'ing March electiou.
S j- We are anlliorized to uiiiiuiinco ( apt. Johs S.
Damiiku. iui u ranJinuio for County Court Licit, at the
euMiuiK Micli i li-etiun.
We are anilorizel to announce Fkuz R. ('HrT
iMa, s a tueii. ule i r if elei ti..n to the oOice of
County Court Clerk, hlx'iion iu March uext.
t'Ol'M'V 'I'll I STICK.
yT We are authorised to announce Kd. IIaxtrk as
a ciiiiuiJiaH l'ir Tn !. oi liuvison county , at the eu-
1 1 1. i March l U rtH'li.
j- We are aittlmriz"d to announce Wx. Jakwn,
fj,((.,a.- a canilnUU) for County Trustee, at the ensuing
Man li election.
We are autliorizf'1 to announce .Ioh Rains as a
ranunutie for re-ehn liou to the oflice of Couuly Trus
tee, at the eiihiiiliK Man li election.
jj-Weari- nuthorizivl to annotinre T T Sat xiikkh
as u l auii late Tor the ntlloe of County Truttee, at the
ensuinx March election.
jS f We are aiitlioriwl to nnoonni-e Fu I.. Wx iw lis
a cauiliilate for Ouuuty Trustee, at the next March elec
tion, novl td
We are authorized to announce W. F. Mkachi'M
as a cunlitHU' lor ( on table in the Nobhville iulru t,
at the eusuiiiit Man h elix tioii.
TTy We are authorized to announce JimH I. TlifR
MoM hh a c.iinli'lati.' lor ( oiihtahle ill the Munhville l)is
trict, ut tlie ensuuiK March election.
J 'r We are authorized to announce R. F. Hiumiam
as a caitdi-lute for Cont-tahle iu tliu Hu-trict, at the en
kuuik March election.
jSjjr We are authorized to announce Wilmow Mimjj
as a candidate lor t'onxtuhle in the Nashville Ihstrlct,
at the ensuing March election.
We are aiithonzeil to announce Jtvut W. V K
on a candidate for CouMalde in the Na-nhvillu lnntrict.
j) We are authorized to nnnounee M'i. A. Noi es
as a caiKlulatf (or ( on-iiuliir in the Nanlivillo LliHti it,
at the in xt March eh-ct'oti.
(T We are authorizi-d to announce W. ft. Caries as
a i aii.lid.it; for CoiiHtahlt' Ui the Niudivdle InwtrH t.
4 We are authorized to announce Jt-T:iH 1.. RVA!t
as a caiwliilute lor Cotii-Laole in the Nasliville 1'ii-lrK t.
0 jr- We are Hiithorir'-d to aiinouiice Jrx-s H. IVkkt
a a eaiidi lute or 'ousCilde in the Nahvttlo l'L-tru t
at the enmiTiiK Mureh eliction.
aiWe are authorized lo announce FirrmrR W.
Hon, a a r. in. ll. Lilc I'm Coiistiihle in the Nashville
liihtrwt, at the etuoiuiir March election.
4JT We are authorii d lo announce Pah. D. N'I'Hol
ax a cam'.i'liiie lor I on-talile in the Naahviiie I'lslrict,
al the etiMliliu March election.
B if We are authorized to announce J. H. MrvE
m aH a cun'iKliitu for re election as Constable iu the
Tenth I i.-trii t
ar-We are nutlionze l to iinnouiicn In CRAsmAH
av a caiKlKlate lor i onrtatle in the Tenth district, at
tile ei'Uli March i lettion.
AOllX YttUli at CO.,
Book Sellers, I.ook-Pindf rs and
o. 38 I "ii to it Mrrrl,
luli ille, Tennessee.
febl tf '
ItllUof l ading,
lieek livoka, tk aaritms BanUf
tle llookn, tn the nxrimu Bank,
Letter anl i mp l'aper.
I'aperand ICn velopea.
Itlark and Itrd Ink.
Hanker' t as? .
I. aw l.uuka.
Illblea aud II) inn Hooka.
1T1 torellanroua A; l laaaleal Itooks.
Uralmm's Colonuii H:Morjr of the Tinted Stales.
luuirroiVs llitory of the l imed States.
I'reacott's Rohoi uu's (tutrlea the Filth.
TTewcoU's l'hilhi the Mi-eoud.
)rrwoti'a M.NceiUuiea, lUoitranhaal and Cril.caL
1'reaiMitt's t'oiiiiiit of l eru.
I'reiKiitl'a ( oln( iei.t of Mexico.
I'reiHoii'ii r erliiiand aud Iitahella.
Life of Warhui'toii, hy Itaahioton Irvine,
l.ile of a axh. tifcioti, hy Jured ,"urk.
laie and Tuuea of fl. Clay, hy Cotton,
l'ritatc C'urretpoiiivtu. of II. tTay, hy Col ton.
The Work ef Calimuu, in 6 voU. , comuleie.
The Wei k uf liiuitel Wehcter, Iu S Tola, turn utotw.
Th frivat" I'orreHixmdeuce uf lianiet Wahater.
h'ark' Life of Frank !:u.
Waahlu'bin Irvine's Works, conilete in 24 vols.
l'tiar'a Workx, ri iil'l ! lu 3ft rots.
I.H'1'tiicoifs Usr. -Ut-r of the Win Id.
Ait'elu'B Iliograidiaal Ia iHMiary.
liOkke's lliiiaihaal liMtainary.
JlJ'l Toil's (')cok'Uji of Hk f r.iy.
Kaiiux-y s AunaUof TeliueAM-e.
Moiuolrsol Itiik'h U Mh.te.
Aiuerk-iin FJouece: A collection of S-eche and
Ad-triMen(by ma uioal eminent IHaf ra of Aaierara,
Willi l'H. raj'l.k l (kcU hes and lilunUotrtin uolrt.
TMfiy years in the Veiled Mates Senate.
Ir. liaoe's A" t c FllorstKus.
Ir. Uviugilou's 17 year' travels ia Africa
raua Fmrvater's Ureal Wufk on tlie Horn of Amer
ica. Mejdiens' P'k. f the Fsrm.
To-t Amersaa Farmer a Ciuyckdia.
Hairy ' fruit Uarden.
IiuaMi('a Fruit sod Fruil Treea
Farm lui.:ciu iiu, jmt Kucravtnf .
LivbiiT'a AsrauUural ttieuiuttry .
t'oraalebr JUIIM VOIIK Co.
M.I-1X As, S I'stlan at.
JOHN VOIIK U CO.
AKJt Atik-ST- Ut
llarr'a kUsralUMr, Lealte's tliuatrated Neva
ITi. ALiaukc shaiUtiy, N Yuf a Ledger. '
Ishe'Gaaeuuf FastiaMi, Hutier's toua wf the
Uraiiaut's Ma,; iX.ua. Tubes.
Uodey's Lady s sVjuSI, The Uusae JiMraai.
Fetersoa's stAfasuie, Ta U'Sidusi lllujtrate4
Harncr's JvurtuU uf tit Hi- Neva
Aa4 aU other :, M. aloes sad KevssMra.
HANK OF COM3IlUCK.
JdUN U. JAMca, 'trt- If IU JAMt,a.hJf.
Nxaiui, TMn , Jaa. 19, IsM.
I will lvs M eefcut ua the sVdUr fur LaareacctMuf
saetkiy; aa4 Uw acrr sauary at the saarket
price. I mb Iu porttiaae loao ef Teawssss blot
kluaas M nil as order, sad Oi ie th Who4 suarket
prttie fur Lau4 Warraata lo att aiuouul.
)aalt4f . , JNO. IX iAKXS.
Fever and Afirne.
A CACX OT X3CKT MOJTTHH' STAXULIG CCKEO BT KSESAVa'S
ICichaex Kxllt o 117 Seventh,' near Grant Street,
Pittsburgh, says: - ; .
"Lost July, while running on the river, on a cotton -boat
plying between Xatcbes and New Orleans, I was
taken with Fever and Ague. For eight long months I
suffered with this dreadful disease. The greater part
of this time I was unable lo work, and spent at least
fifty dollars for different medicines, but found no per
man rd t relief. : Three weeks ago, one of my friends
insisted upon my trying BootHAVK's Holland Bitter,
saying that a cure was guaranteed. After taking n for
one week, I must say, I was a sound loan. I have
been at work now for two weeks, and have bad no re
turn of the Chills or Fever whatever."
I certify that the above statement is true.
Diamond Haute. OF B. ChaUr'i UUhic Hall.
Feb.2i-cllw. , 9.
Paraffine Cannel Coal Oils for Lu
Is Scotland the Cannel Coal-Oils have been very fa
vorahly known and extensively used in the place of
Bisrm, for the last few years. Oils of a similar nature
and quality are now being made by the Union Coal and
Oil Company, and are very highly valued wherever
known. This Oil has the same weight and will bear
the same temperature, when winter strained, as the
bent Sperm, and is fully equal to it as a Lubricator;
having been subjected to the Severest tests upon both
heavy and light machinery, and given entire satisfac
tion. This Oil is iculiurly adapted lo Railroads, Cot
ton Spindles. Machine Shoj, and all machinery
where a tine Oil is required. It is more economical
than ordinary Oils, as it is sold al about the same price,
and as half the quantity will do au equal amount of
lubrication and do it better.
This Oil being entirely without gem, should be used
in the same manner as the Quest sperm. The openings
of the cans and feeders used for ordinary coarser Oils
should be reduced, otherwise, the Oil will be wasted.
These Oils will be furnished to dealers at tlie factory
prices, adding freights, insurance, and exchange, and
a(,l Oils sold by this comjiany are fully guarranleed as
For sale by Ewin, Pendleton & Co., of this city,
Agents, for the I'mon Coal aud Oil Company, Mays
We call public attention to the following certificates
of gentlemen known here anil elsewhere.
NasBTvn.M avb 4 'hattaxooca Railroad
Machine .-mop, Jan. w. Ih58. f
in ix win cermy mai we are using tlie J aralljne
rannel-l oal oil made by the Itiiou Coal and Oil Com
pany, Mayxville, Ky., iu our Machine Hiop and on the
locomotive on the road, and have tested the Oil very
carclully to dixcover its qualities ; we are entirely con
vinced it ix a very tine Oi' lor machinery ,and that one
l!ull..n of tins Oil is fully equal .to two gallons of tho
best lAirdOil. It being entirely free Irom irum, our ma
chinery will run with lex power than with anv Oil we
have used. Although the Oil has a thin appearance,
il has a lubricating btidy superior to any Oil m ordinary
use and it is well a!ated to ilailroails.
C . 11. KXOWI.ES. Master Mechanic,
Xa.-hville and Chatuuooga Railroad.
Mr. Knowles is Master of Machinery of our Road. and
a reliable man iu wliovc rtalemeuts we would conliJe.
V. K. STEVENSON, I'rexidi lit,
X'axhville aud C1iattaoo pa Railroad.
II. I. A.MEKSOX,
Supcrintendanl of X'. k C. U. R.
N'AMivtt.iR, Tenn., Jan. 30, 1S5H.
We are tixingtlie I'araltme ( auuel C'oul Oil in our Ma
chine Shop, ami tike pre;it pleasure in xtaliiij.' that we
have never used any oil eijual to it. It will wenrvery
greatly longer and lubricate more thoroughly than the
beM quality of I-ard or -thT or huary oil, is free from
g nu, mill is just such un oil as is needed for machiuu
ry. W e doubt not il iiuirl come into general use. We
tiuuk this oil fully equal to the best S-rm, and that
one gallon is worth more than two of the het lard
Oil. A.Ml'W AXI'FRhOX.
J. 11. KOMAXS
)Iastu MaiVAMc'e (imrt, M. & C. R. R.
Memphis, J.iiiii.u y u. jS5s
inix will certiiv that I am nxinir the PA
CAXXEL -COAL oL iimnufai tnre.i by the l inon Coal
and Oil Com:ny f Maysville, Ky., iu our machine
shops uinl on the locomotives on tlie Memphis and
Charleston Railroad, arid have given it ihe several
tests, in order to prove its qualities as a lubricating
on. i nave no Hesitation in recoinmeniling it as a su
IMtrtor oil for Railroad purxses, both in regard to
economy and as a perfi-ct I.iiIh k uo.r. I believe it to
be the best oil I have used, and that one gallon will go
as far us two gallons of I-ani Oil. The machinery is
now running in the slios with twenty ier cent, less
power than is required for ordinary oil. The fluidity
of Ihe oil aris-s, I am convinced, from the total ab
sence of gum, and does not etlect its lubricating pro
perties, but ouly requires that the orifices iu llicoil-cups
and feeders should be reduced iu order to use the oil
VM. R. NICHOIJ?, Master Machinist.
Mavsvimk, Ky., X'ovemlier 14, 1S57.
71 tk Vnitm Cnul ami lHli'umjny:
.knMi. Having used your i.ubrU-uting Oil, made
from Cannel Coal, on Ihe machinery of our Cotton
Mills (incliitling limine and Spimlles , for the last few
weeks, we are prepared to say that we have found il
greatly suMTior to any other, excepting the best
Sperm, and fully equal to that article, for which we
have been pu ing Irom one dollar seventy-five rents
to two dollars and Iwcnty-tlve cents per s'hIIom. The
Oil distributes very perfectly over the mitchinery ,
wears long, uinl ik free from gum, which causes fric
tion, aud consequently heat.
Ill view i f the siierior quality of this Oil, we have
aMoptoil it for our Mills. Kr the low prae at which
il is sold vie doubt not it inrsi come into general use.
JAXl'ARY & WOO.
Proprietors of Maysville Cotton Mills.
t. Many other cerlificali-s are in the hands of the
Agtit wbteh rnn be sen at any time,
feb I dim A.w'.m
Ssvs your Doctor Hill and Time.
Mt. Savaoe, Md., July 7, IS5S.
Pear Sik In consequence of taking cohl aiu-r a bad
attack of ihe measles, some eleven years since, I have
from that lime sullered greatly with a disordered liver
and stomach. I have Ix-eu al times so bail thai my
life was despaired of. I wax induced some tune ago,
through the persuasion of a friend, Mr. Henry Sharer,
to try a bottle of Ilooftnnd's Herman's Hitters, Honk
ing if it done no good it could do no harm, and know,
ing Mr. Shufer to U a gentleman who would not re
commend any thing to me that he did not have confi
dence lo. Before I bad taken one third of the bottle,
my bowels became regular and I had a line aqetite.
Wheu I had used two-thirds of it I considered my
Ueaith as gisxl as ever it was, and could eat anything,
without its disagreeing with me in the least. I now
keep a bottle of the Hitler, in th.? house continually,
auJ in case I take cold, or I feel unwell, I lake one or
two doses, sqd it makes a chaugo in my bowels which
ia all I need, wherefore, for the past eleven years, my
doctor bill has been from Slu to t-i er year, besides
loss of time aud severe iliucss. Yours, truly,
P. J. THRASHER.
To Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ask for ltt0il(tml't Orsxnt BiUrrt. Take nothing
else, aud see that the signature of C. M. Jackson ia on
the wrapper of each bottle. They can be had of drug
gisu aud store-keepers m every town aud village iu
the L'uited Slates, Canadles, West Indies and South
America, at 76 cents Hr bottle. Principle Office, 418
Arch sure:, Philadelphia, Pa. Feb. 1 4.
Heat Itemed y for Xootli-arlie.
A drop or two of IIkaoVs Aacno Ijmmext, put Into
Ihe hollow of an aching tooth, will quickly relieve the
sufferer's agony. Il penetrative property is so great
that it instantly reaches the seal of tlie pain and drives
out the inflammation from the thtohbing nerve. It Ihe
face be Mullen, on or two s ppla-a lions ot the Lini
ment will remove the sarellirg, by causing the bad hu
mors to be absorbed and driven olf. There is itu long,
nr any occasiou for minerers of tooth ai bo iauig
sleepiexs instils of agony; Hrufg's Arc la. Luiimval mt
fords speedy relief, and may be obtalucd al any re
specUble I Tug -lui . Fi-h. I ltu.
tNfQ, A anted liaiaiadlately, ls.ooo
aJLl '"' '' BS to engage ia toe sale of the BMt
ItopuUr seiluig Uuoks tn Aiwrxa. lavaltds, tuechaa
lc, far mars aud trai br, w ashing l travel, wul Bud
this a wry profitable aud pleasant busintM, vuablisg
thera lo see Um country and make ou y al Ihe same
lime. Anut Sow in the busiiica are ch-anng from
ooo u Sl,ao0 n-r year. For full itaruciuais, and a
list of Hooks, addreMi H M. Kl liXiX, Uimvi tit),
Publishuig Hotise, 141 Vla.o street, Clncianali, Oha, or
tf tiring Kaat, D. Ll LL-ON, Philadelphia, I x
Tnilcd Sa(cs Tjpc Foundry,
SOS. 2,31 AXPi3 I0FM.VN STK1XT,
m: a our.
'I HE subarnSers are prerel lu furaah lypa of rr
X ery style and a.-, in small or Luge quojiLix,
luade from th beat "hard ntebal," for caxivr cash or
spprov ed (aer.
I hey also lurnlsh U order (very artaT bacraary
for a complete priaung orttr..
A new sprcitaea uf Oermaa prinluig types being
a sotxtioa of fates fruta thvir uarut editioa m Hum
rvaoy tor delivery.
1U l pe ou sank Uus paper at pr tuled a frtHa the
fe4 dlsawam JAMK CoXNIJt a trOX'S.
TOW ALL COME AT 0.CE!
TO COACH, SACCLE 1D EAMESS SAiECS.
MY feTVKK HOLt, Ka 49 , was aadrely
cxaeuuwsy Iniatl Jaauary. by
mm auftrcaia4 tj ut ear ti scia.
buu SiU.uou nhv4 my funds wr utn, wtxak I
ata uttor&g la arU at greatly rwdaced petcca iur
faalt,vr tusaea wtM wist pa) prusupuy at cuaiuray , aud
Now ia Your Time, If You Waul
1 aspect Wi cutuouetac rbiid.iuig HutuedlMtrty , asd
kot W be o bb be a tuua a oh a mm muiM wwU
ui a lea aea.Uia
My n a-uus aad rtwtomera itl tad ate ah ssy Oooda
a llio ka au4 Srd sturtce ui buae Nu. mt, slaiaetst. ,
uve Um (jueewaae aawe ui A. LYoV
, f. M.Alo, tUa fta44i, lUiaaaa, jll IVrt
4M FvtlltogS aud Itarvuigaaia, uatb aad Ikifi) W hii,
Ac, 4c, ibeaper IhaM U-e beaet.
AU peisune uiiirbuni aid pteaa call sail pay up
iaMtipt:y. I aaUawkaey i fay mj
,L lalitWastwU . 4 t
CrxcrwATi, Feb. 20. The Methodist Protes
tant Church near Race street, waa partly de
stroyed by fire last night by an explosion of
the pas pipe; eight or tun persons were s vere
ly injured. Two or three whom are not ex
pected to live.
St. Locis, Feb. 20. The Pacific Hotel was
destroyed by fire at 3 o'clock this morning,
eight or ten persons were killed and many se
riously injured by jumping from the windows.
Utah advices from Fort Scott to Jan. 1st.
The troops were in good spirits, waiting good
weather and reinforcements to make a descent
on Salt Lake City. Johnson was well advised
of the movements of the Saints. Cummin gs
was performing Gubernatorial duties as far as
able. The outward bound mails were making
good progress, having met many Indians all
New Yoke, Feb. 20. Capt James "West re
turned on the Baltic, Capt. Comstock having
gone to St, Petersburg to treat with the Rus
sian Government for the purchase of the Col
St. Locis, Feb. 20. The river is falling,
with five feet water to Cairo.
Louisville, Feb. 20. River rising, with 5
feet 'J inches water in the canal. ,
Weather at 9 A. M Ft b. 20th. Tuscumbia,
cloudy, wind north-westmercury 33, barome
ter 29.3G; Memphis, hazy, wind south-east,
mercury 36; New Orleans, clear, mercury 58;
Louisville, cloudy, wind north-west, mercury
30; Pittsburg, cloudy, mercury 23; Philadel
phia, snowing, wiud north, mercury 26; New
York, the snow storm continues with violence;
Baltimore, snow aud hail all night, now clear
ing olf, wind west, mercury 33: Washington,
snowing slightly; St. Louis, clear, mercury
32; Cleveland, cloudy, wind west, mercury
13J; Buffalo, snowing, wiud east, m rcury lli;
Duouque cloudy, mercury 9; Rock Island,
cloudy, wind south-west, mercury 10.
Clakksvilij:, Feb. 20. A shocking murder
was perpetrated about 7 o'clock, last evening,
in the town of New Providence, by a negro
mau upou his mat-ter Mr. Jos. II. Harrip, a re
pectable tobacconist of that town. Mr. II.
was setting in his oflice when the negro enter
ed aud split his head terribly with au axe,
dragged him to the tire, burnt him severely,
and then set the oflice on fire. The negro
was brought here and placed in jail, but this
moruitig a crowd of Air. IPs. friends took him
out of jail and hung him upon the scene of
Ntw ORi.EAXS.Feb. 20 Cotton Sales 9.0 )0
bales at 11 4. mostly at a lower figure. Other
articles generally unchanged.
St. Loits, Feb. 20. About 100 persons
were in the Pacific Hotel when it took fire.
Between forty aud fifty are missing. Among the
iiaim-s ltst, as far as ascertained, there are none
New Yokk. Feb. 20. Cotton and Flour
firm. Wheat dull. Corn White 970.
Yellow eSfrt-TO, Chicago Beef lli(a,13i.
Lard quiet. Bacon tirm and lower. Haing
fi(iibi. Shoulders 6GH. -Molasst-s 33, but
3," was ft.-k- d at the close. Liuseed Oil &3(w,
50. Tallow 11.
Cincinnati, Feb. ZQ. Flo-ir unchanged.
Whisky 174. Hogs $6 Oi, and Yew Pork
$1500. Bulk Meats,.") 4(.7 J for Shouidcrsand
Sides. Bacon fj. Lard 9i.
Baltimore. Feb. 20. The Court House at
Bell Air, Hartford county, with many of the
records wits nearly destroyed by fire. Acci
dental. Washington, Feb. 20. J. B. Clay and Cul
lnm, late Clerk of the House, had a rencouutre
at Browus Hot-1. Cullum shipped Clay's
Ev-Lieutenant A. C. Rhlnd posted Commo
dore Boutwell a a liar and coward. The dif
ficulty originated on the Pacific several years
ago, and lias since U-en renewed before the
Naval Court of Enquiry.
We notice Mr. Flagu, the. good Sa
maritan, lnis again come to our city to cure
the aRlicted; Lis Medicine id good for what he
recommends it, and we would advise all to
i'eU 10 dlw.
j?er The maxims of the wisest men nre to
preserve the liody in perfect health, not to
wait for the development of disease. " Be wise
in time ;" chit-k and guard against the first ap
proach. Keep the stomach aud Llood pure,
and the plagtue of a poisoned atmosphere fill
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 SrRENOTHKMNO CoRIHAL AM BLOOD
Pi kieikk. Try it, aud your will be convinc
ed. It is for sale by all druggists in Nash
ville. Si-e advertisement. fcl3-lw. '
For 'aali Ixrlualve!y.
Wft hau llii day vouciuued lo do an exclusive Canh
0111111 sn. Iiy so doing we feed confident we will not
ouly luukc it advantageous to ourselves, Initio our cns
tomi'ib ulo. Kor it in cerium, any Merchant can sell
Ins goods -h''awr for cafh thau he can on taelve
mouths' tune and perhaps longer. We a ill continue
to sell our profi lit flock at ront for cash.
AH persons itnlehO-d to us for past accounts must
come up and sollln,or we will be compelled to give
tin' in to uu officer.
f. b3 I. C. NICHOLSON t CO.
Spring Hill, Tennessee.
ri"MIE suliwritn-r respectfiilly suiiouures to t le pub
X he tliat he continues to tuanulactiire at his ol I
sluiid, 111 Sprn.g iril, arriaKe, Kngics, liarnras, Ac.,of
every style und (ktH i'iptSMi.ui aseleitautand substantial
inutUK r and on favorably torma as any i ther uianu
fui turi r in the Slate. lie UHeS Uone but the very brut
material and employs none but the nxn-t killlul aud
exifi :iuci-4 workmen. Hence, he tlaUers diul-i-ii
that hi work will ci inpare DiiMit favorable with the
nowl suNTior jobs turned uut by the beat e.-utilili-nieuM
in the Wet.aud as lie has no high rents to pay,
hw price, he ha no doubt, w ill be much inure moder
ate thau tho,- of city eMnbliKhments.
Citizens of lavidsiiti, llatiry and Williamson who
doaire to purchase a t arriagenr Buggy, of the Unrst
ninth anil the mnt nuperior workmatifbip, are invit-e-1
to call at the matiuuc'tory of Uie subscriber where
they ran be suited.
a a Repairing done lu the best manner and on fair
terms. B. V l'KAhX.'
. Sriiig Hilt. fe I3mtrl w
II E A 1 E K AX D aiOWEIt,
AVitli Wood's IiuproTemeut.
r 11 IS cclt-braUf.l li.w huie received the lust premium
X of a UKAM) 0OU MU'AL as the bet combuied
Hi apmgatid kiom Uucbioeat the great U nited MhU s
Agricultural rair, Uld al Louiavnie, ky , Ui Srpt.-iu-U-r,
1 he trial came otr near Syracuse, Ncsy
York, in July, where all the prucil uiarhuxai in the
t mlmi Slalt-s were thoroughly uld. llie Cocnniit
loe ttiaiie their awartis UirM.gU atarrhall P. a ikler,
Trvaaarut t ntwd soiu-s Agricultural Socany at Louis.
Il a Wo received Ihe sward as the beet Reaper and as
the bet slower before two separate Committee, ap
putt.h! by tho PreaKir.l of Ihe laisuai luuMy Ag.
ra uJturaJ stucatty, at NaaaeUle, ia July, 1S4J, eier
Biil u the Biai luiiea aw la uae iu Tcaasara.
Nutauroua otlu r pretniusns and awrtia vera ghrea
Uia alattiwe auriug iha last aannas ever every iia
chuae la America. -
1 above Machines are Cor sala by tha aaoersigaed.
U. K. tliKATHAsI,
Oeaetal Agent for the State.
ldiUt, Hr LR 4 CtX,
31atclA Horses for Sale.
I WILL sell six bmhuUis credit, or low ft Oasa,
lh kaadnueue iiair oi brey tarrtage HucscS,. at
prvavBt Or tt iu laiuusoa A Creenueid'a furadura
agna. Ta ate wU brus,ra sud (vnUe,aaU sua
paited with lor aay ImIi.
(oblO tf ynvill, leua,
VNY gfaHesuaa, piealng a good busio qfiali
OciojkB, and havmg a saudl ctatal Ut laveet la a
itu ratit aoU wril eatevnatnd boaiyeea, oaa har Of
aa wppwrtubjy ot so aoibg ty sppiaal" Al
fete u luw oinct
ix)u miNT. ; '
rrHKn: very deairahie rousna over tha rtanlara
J. Iw.k, suiCbW tfM oSa-ea. tbtiaacsa am Ct4ira
a.4 tutu street. IVtieima glwa lttins:ally.
U. LU L.SU. rrrsiorolw
!ti:-ir rwaMra' Ifebk.
ATTVU umulr.1 Jaates (avert iiuai ta ai
tM earratJ oa aader the Bxsa assse af 4.stUUsia2i, tA
I r-Uf st CX. I
We are laaaafactitruig Foraiture ef every deecrtp
Uua, aud CMtr Mm a H gncerally sSkipal fur tha
lasrfe of tae true. Ismee 1m La w e herettdora gl
ea. u Umj c ob u aa4 Wiuea atsu hare feet nra tava4
W give ua a mU.
humjxts, cavkxt a co
fbd Tf , . U, Luwer 44rge MecC ,
II. II. V II. J, UU60Mta:
HAVING recebCy Wen sural u.i I ,t Ui a !f y th
fiarods aii pjOrubs that ait tarwera irit w .
krumuM, Cavert t o , Na. laCuike street, er al la
sAup of V. A. Uaugli, No. Hi rvvia Uirt StfaeCwOl
- srttsi nroau &uaiuiou .
Ullti J Utmmttm are jirOfxrirt-x'S a the rigas
lo read trade's ceWvralea rrJT kirr.ijc (tcataA
Caaajit Ml couQiy , ka4 ar pttared W sujt iy
U ntdaia, tjnisas'si a&4 (swa, at u tiaitctt iKAa
- Datlt Patkiot Office,
f ' Nashville, Feb; 22, 1858. J
COTTON The sales Saturday amoaated
to'aboat 300 bales at 8 i 10.30.
. . TOBACCO Sales at Fisher'VVTielest 4 Co'a
of 14 hhda at $7 50, 6 10. 6 50, 5 90, 7 05
7 00, 5 45, 4 50. 4 70, 4 SO, 4 05, 4 45, 7 00,
7 45 ; and 13 hhds at A. Hamilton's at $8 90,
5 00, 6 30,8 60, 6 55, 5 10, 6 85, 7 80,4 45,
7 65, 4 25, 7 20, 6 50. .
RATES OF EXCHANGE.
1 OOMtBCIKD WIXSXT BT " '
THE BANK OF XII E C7VIOX.
' XxbiivrLLi:, Tcxa., February 10, 1S68.
Bank of Jennessee, . .. par
Union Bank,... pax
Planters' Bank, par
Merchants' Bunk, par
Bank of the L'nion, ... par
Traders' Bank, par
Bank of Commerce, . . . par
City Bank, par
Farmers' Bank, par
Bank of Paris, par
Bank of Chattanooga, . iar
Bank of America...... par
Citizens' Bank, par
Bank of Memphis, .... par
Buck's Bank, par
River Bank, par
Commercial Bunk, .... par
Exchange Bank f 5 00
and upwards, .... par
Northern Bank, ...... par
Southern Bank, par
Bank of Nashville,. 15c die
Bank of Shelb'vule,15c dis
Ocoee Bank, 10c dis
Bank of landridge,15c dis
Bank of Claiborne, 35c dis
Bank of Tazewell, . S5c dis
Bank of Trenton, . . 35c dis
Bank of Jefferson . 36c dis
Bank of Knozville, 15c dis
Lawrenceb'g Bank, 20c dis
All Old Banks, par
Xew Banks, .... uncertain
South Carolina Banks, . par
Xew Orleans Hanks
Mobile Baiiks, ........par
Kentucky Banks .2 to 3 pre
Missouri Banks, par
Olinois Banks, ..S(10 dm.
North Carolina banks
6(h) 6c dis
Virginia Banks, .... .. .par
State Bank, 1 prem.
State Bank, par.
Xew York Sight, 4(51)5 prem
Philadelphia, . . . 4(Hi prem
New OrK-an, .. . scarce
0's aud 160's, "Sc
NEW SHOE STORE.
S. W . lvEES,r
. No. 76 Church street,
HAS recently tttU'd up and put in excellent condition
his tdiOh. fc-TORE, and having received Irom the
Eastern cities a large and ehgant assortment of the
Very Best Material,
Such if French, Tampeco,and Goatskin Moroccos, Eng
lish ami Carrisso kids, and Lasting , he is now pri'imr
ed to execute, in the very best style, all kiuds of work.
lie will pay particular attention to the manufacture
and repairing of
Ladies' Hoot gkiid Shoes;
And promises not to be suraM-ed by any, either in tlie
quality of material employ ml, nor in the durability aud
neatness of the work done.
Repairing of all kinds done on short notice.
Terms moderate, to suit tho hard times.
(On the Gallatin Pike, 2 miles from Nashville.)
lddTIUXAL Boarding I'tipi'iS can le received into
this Institution to till vacancies that Imve reeeutly
occurred. Additional day Tupilcau also be received.
Application should be made immediately. Tlie session
coiuinuured the lnt of SH-ptembcr, lt57, and will con
tinue to the 1st of July, lKiH. Fr terms, Ac, apply
either to the I'riuciial at theSfiniuary, or X. I. Crovs,
Altornev at Law, at his oflice, -No. :U iK-aderak street.
febl lm XATli U CROSS.
J. H. McGUI.
LADIES' AND GEIVTLEMEIVS
FIRMS1IIC AXD FAXCY STORE,
Corner College Street and the Public Square.
HAVIXU jufct received every styloid bell, Ivory,
Bunalo, aud Horn 1'ull', Tuekiiig. Sule. me t.x.th
aud RediingCmbs. Also, Ivory, liow wood, thell and
HuBalo llair, Tooth, Nail, rVsu, Muvin and Cloth
Brushes, small Toilet Mirrors. Indies' and '.. ntli iueu's
I "refer inn Cases for traveling or for the room; Morocco
liKS. Cabas, furniahed unit unfurnished; rliony Work
Uixs, aud due Writing lii-hks. ill sell Ht pricee to
ami the tim-:s. .Ian. 1- If
HAVING replenished my eu k of shell. Cameo nd
Stone Vest aud Sluuvu Bullous, I will sell them
cheap for cash. J. li. MctilLL.
Jan. 11' tf
SUlrts aiu Collars.
L'ST to hand another invoice of tdiirts, which we
warrant to be superior in every wav.atnf t tit
beth-r than any other style, with or without collars as
preferred , lor sale low by
fel5 If J. H. MrClIX.
Ilyron and Standing Collars.
EVERY variety and Fin.' of Hyron and Standing
Collars, and a few latest style Standing Collars,
received and lor sale by
feb5 tf J. H. McGILL.
WOOP, Ivory and Jt Chessmen and Pominors;
with all si les and sizes of Backgammon Boards;
just received and for sale by
Jau. TJ If J. II. McGILL.
Bogle's Hair Fluids;
Bauu'S " "
Mia mg Cream;
Amaniluie, for cure of
Just received and for Sale by
Jan. li if
J. H. MrC.IIJ.
Kid, Silk, Clolli, aud Burkskin Gloves.
JUST to hand, a choice lot of best quality of Ulovee,
embracing every color of Kid,Mlk, Cloth. Buck
skiu.etc. Ijaiii. If J. il. M t.IlX.
Silk nnd Satin Ties, Srarfs, and Cravats.
RECEIVED this day a uerior assortment of Tiei",
Mocks, bcarfs, and Cravat. Every variety of
dolors, and al varaius pra.es, for salu by
Jania If J. II. MitillX.
RAILRUAl) frcmjfH juhi received and for sale
by (feblts) I). I. I'ICKEV.
XVIIOLCSALC DRY (iOODSJ!
WE have now in store th. largest and tx-st aasortcd
slock of Maple and lancy lry l.ous thai e
have ever before ouVred in tins market, to aliah e
luvite tlie parth-'ular alleution of city and country
merchauta. Also, now tu .lore, a large stuck of
Heady Made Clothing
Of the neatest styles, and of the very beat qualities.
210 eases of Panama Ilais. lA-suorn Hals, Palm Hals;
hue bolt iUia; Hue Fancy Mlk iliueU;so.t uw Bolt
nuts; boy's, Misses' and lnianU' liU,Ca,, Ac.
no casea of BtmTS AND MluE, assorted kinds, for
Waiter and t-pruig trade.
Hardware and Cutler.
A large and well selected hue uf Hardware in store.
All me above Uood will be sold under the market
prae lor cash aud prompt four month s pa(ier. Give
tut a chance at you; we charge nothmg for ahowmg
TKAlit. a. A LLCUS.
r ESIRABLE IUUCK I'WEUJXG oa Vine street,
M A. couvenleuuy loiateu
No- 42, College Street
GENTS Call "Ajyn7AX Iwlt .V" U. S. S)ns;
Luglmh La:d tdM;
' " lli &, Water ptr-of N.lrliel rV;
A large aaaortsneat at vol y low p'- by
ftb - JuUN KAMA'iE.
ecraesl Megrees S ! I'or Stale! II
k NO. 1 MAX CUOa., aud hi wife, who ts a
. washer and 1 rower. Alw a good laauly at Likely
Xaruna, wuab wdl b aoM law.
yuJ tf DUYP k CO.
3. 11. UOlilii aSa. co.
wihlkaij: Avr I'JTail
GEO C E.R S ,
LIQUOllS AA'D PHODl'CE,
No. ol. College Street, , .
ai;2i ly KaabTtllc, Ttnnsssee.
WTE aaa avvd taw the Xw tl"arhwiaf ,
, a. s.1.
I rubJar square, uie T-na , a ,;ara wa pro-
puaa Ut de auaouwa oa aa uprad 4aa. I.t
toe a ajca aaaurtznaat of laapurted and l'et
Dry CH4a Hesls, Bba, 11 ata. aVr..
Aad ws aulicit ln patrvaags of our ftMSd aud si aha
faba .la ' ' ; rOfGLAH as CO.
IX pursuanee ef a lecra uf Iha n'orsb'pful, tUe
Cway tourt for Hubert" county, fvwa., reauer
e4 at Ma Febrwary Terss, la, ta toe rauaeisT TLi auaa
H. bardDer,rt ajs.es, paitc;! a dl, aa iraU toes.
aaaar, -U pubiwly to uu UbM b. tiler, u. luu nr'lu-
swa, o.f iattAA r, turn i.rtt ia r or MSkctt,
Eigtitr Acre of Valuable Laud,
A'vHaiiig Iha Uacs of T. H Cardiur act othcr.tbr
saiWa weastsT Taraarav Itta. t-wM ljua4 Laa aa tua Itb
UU matrwt ef koawtwa auaaty, lsaa.
Tuiirv-ic aad twa years' credit, piirvhawr aw
jejuni hw aeseawaai twa gwd txwsKt.aWslitsr
laiaed UM laa4 aald the aaivbaaa sataaey at ai
Caab auCcarat W Jwy tha (wit St required at tbe aaia.
ft. H. Ml tU-ilEr,
febl U 8pm-sal Ct-atsaaaaevcr.
1 banria TUavAhy "
tiiue braa Mad, clea4 aa4 SU'.l'ped. '
4 Hrd raa tree, , . , , ,
. ta Ckirea, .j.
rrtdite t'urm, ... . 1 '
, fiea tar Cane, , . i
laarfntb s tri tWeda, . '
bwe r-.sil, - ?
Juat ratve4 by 1UIMJ KtOTOf.
tebu ... w,rbirai
Quaker City Insurance C ompanj,
OF PHI LADELTI 1 1 A.
Office, rranklin Buildings, No. 408, Market it
Capital and Surplus,
Fire Insurance " stora, thcciiixgt, PvUic BteUd-
ng ana Merchanaue genarau y .
Jfajrine Insurance on rw, Carg and Freight ta
ana Jrvut alt paru vf u( worm.
Also, Xnltvnd Insaranee oa Good to and from all
m IMC t Kl.
Statement tf Ote Bunne&i and Condition of the
QCAICXK ClTT IxCKAVCK CoitPAXT, fur th
year ending December 31, ISoi.
Cspital ,.$200,000 00
Surplus. .... 1 .tJi hi
Surplus Jauuary 1,157 31,571 78
ttecivei ior premiums uurmtj me
er 1KS7 lf.2.807 S3 -
Interest received. 11,765 lo
Salvage aud Ko-insurance 8161 43
Losses, Expenses, Are.
Looses Paid 711S 45
Dividend and Commiicioi.s paid.. S3,ivi HZ
Be-insurance and return prems.. 20,047 46
Bent, Salaries, Taxes, Advertising
and Ufilce Expenses 11,125 17
Bonds, Mortgages, Ground Rents,
Coun Iiouns, Bank and oilier
' flocks lo0,060 00
Negotiable Bill"- Roceivale l.'..',173 33
CashinBankaudduefroiuAg'ts. 2,44'i 52
GEORGE n. HART,
E. V. KOSS, Merchant,
A. C. CATTKLL, Firm of Cliambera 4 Cattcll,
JOtKPH EliWARIf, Merchant,
JuHN . DALE, Agent Liverpool and Philadel
phia Pteam r-titp Compenv,
lUt-Ti:K S. PERK1X3, Merchant.
Hiis. HEXRY M. Fl'LLEK, President Montour
E. W. BAILEY, of Bailey Co.,
AXI'RF.W R. CHAMBERS, Banker,
J. L- POMEROY, Merchant,
OLtRliX (i. 1MLAY, Cash. State Savings Bank.
H. R. OGt.HALL,
CEORGF. H. HART. President.
E. P. ROSS, Vice President.
H. R. CocwHAtl., Secretary and Treasurer.
S. H. llinxK, Assistant Secretary.
CITY ASD Cftry TV OF 1'JTILA tiFLPHt.
STA TE OF FESStiYL YA XIA
Gbobck II. Hakt, President, and IIcxKY R. CciG
sjLAti., iSccrelary, of the Quaker City Insurance Com
pany , do depose and Kay, and each for hmuself says,
that the foregoing t-t.-tleuient is true lo the bc.-t of their
knowledge and belief.
ceorA: H. HART.
H. R. CO;il-HAU,
Subscribed and sworn before me, this Hist day of
February, A. 1. left.
JOHN" B. KLEMEY, Alderman,
and Ju.-uce of the Peace.
STATE OF 1HXSESSEE, OtnitnJler'c OjKre,
NjuitvitLK. Fell. IS. IV&S.
Tliis is to certify that ihe Quaker City liif uraui e to.,
located at PhiUilelplua, in llie Male of Pen usy Ivan ut,
lias complied with all the requirements of n aclpaxaed
by the lieneral Avembly of llie Slate of Tennessee,
ill March, lKart, euiitled "An Art to regulate the agen
cies of Insurance Coraiauies not incoriorated by the
folate of Tennessee," aud that Ji-Ki Nin is tlie le
gally authorized Agent of said Ccuiimny iu the town of
AArJfviLui, Mate ut leuueftttee.
J. C. LLTTREU-, CumjAnAUr.
Tlie subwribT continues to insiie Policies in the
above reliable Comiauy al fair rab-s.
UMIZ JOS11T1 NASH, Agent.
VICTOUIOi S FOR FA3I1LY VSE!
Opinion of the Jndges of tlie late 9Ie
AT the late Mechanic's Fair, hrld In the
City of Nashville, ia OctolT. 1857, the
Judfr appointol to examitio article iu Class
43 Na 17, Grovkr Jt Haker'h H'injr Ma
chint"": No. Ki4, Si.okr"s KKl'OUT upm
the I'UlNCll'AL tmuiU and tutrits of the two
mac hi nes aa follows :
The machine are loth two-thn-ad machines,
that is, UKiiij two ocpttrate threads for making
the ditch; that of (ikovkk A: IUkkk usitiir the
thread from COMMON Sl'OOLS WITH TWO
NKKDLKS; and that f Sinuk.k'h ntiiiiK one
fjkxiI atid one ntislle, the other thrt'tul work
in from a HOIUSIN' INCLOSED ix A SHUT
TLE, and. in the opinion of the committee, is
btut adapted to FINE CLOTHING, SAD
DLEUY.Jtc. The C. ROVER A- RAKER a the LEAST
COMPLICATED MAt'HINERV. AND, OF
COURSE. EASIER MANAGED; ndvantasre
of USING SI'OOLS WITHOUT RE-WINDING
; and. with the exception of tine cloth
inp, Niddl'Ty, Ac in tlie opinion of the
Committee ia LEST SUITED FOR FAMILY
The part of thin report referriiifr to
the Singt r Machine as bt alapt'd to fine
Clothinir wits ititt nd d to !e UNDERSTOOD
BY THE COMMITTEE atVF0R MANU
FACTURING CLOTHING BY TAILORS,
IN WORK-SH01-S, AC. THE SAME IN
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY, &.C.
NASHVILLE SzVlNG-MACHUTE CO MP AST,
Pl ltl.lC SO.I AIIE,
llaih villa, Tenn.
Nashville, Tenn , Jaliuugj- 'M, Ih58 tf
HERE WE AUK,
WHEELER & WILS
VarraTria.iK2 Co.'s laraovtn Tamv. t
AND would reswclfully invite Die laUa-a of Saaa
vitleand urroundutg rouutiee locail audtxamiaa
tbern, before buying.aa uaeexanunalion uuly la becea
eary U satefy auy one Uial tin-e Matnuura are Juat
wtial are wanted in every family
Tlie follow mi are Soate of tne (nod qnalitirs uf Ifaa
beler St X 11mm .Ylaehlne.
IV-suty and e&i.-llenrs ef svtrh, alike upon Ix th aides
of Ito fabric sewed, economy tit tnreal : Sicuplirtty
aad tImroOkrtn-ss tif ronstrurOofi, oruibility , ease vt
oeratioa aad niatisgewat, speed, quirues tav
twi, strangtU, nrtiuaro, ami durabil.ty uf sasm tfiat
ill awt rip ur ravel; appliraliUiiy to a variety uf iir-piax-a
an,d Bu&lerwls, cmioih ti.ea and airanca of
mil aad Ou li. fait auo s-e tiu-ra.
UOka ovvr L. f. Becti 'a !rv t-ts "ore,4i OdVga
arc I 4Aa Cm AfC'lits f"r Tenii
t are cCerlnj for Sale for Cast,
CUGAS, COITUS KOLXSSLS,
Tallow Can diss.
' ' Cif art, Tobaer.0, - '
Tovdarod 8&f ar,
XAtchca, Scap, '
' 1 ' Soda, repp, S jie,
Oiagar, Zti Card.
Wrt?ptBf ?pr, aas'd,
-. Ton.. Safrut;,' wid,
--j . , . jaijja EiCttrj, -l-
- Ecpe, Tw-iao,
BarraWt. a tealt,tr aad Uae, au aUatW
artxlaa tauaiiy aep la a Urry aie-
Oar frwaiu, aad tua yubl m (atarai, ara raayaA,
J T sfArTn CO ,
Corwer Itroad aad atarkee ata.
rpiIK I1mI sut rr aaid (or LAI ft ta
4 T. MARTIN CO ,
Oarawr anaJ ad4 Maraat atraesa.
Y. A. JOII-NSOX A. CO..
C03IHISSIOX JIERCII1XTS, ;
ST CA1UXMA3XT TMIT,
(Cljanferu 1 Salts
Burnt District, 3Iarket Street.
Rachel P. Smiley and others ta. John O. Ewing.
IV pursuance of a decree of -this court in the above
cause, 1 will D at public saU, on tlie public Square
luthis CMy.ou tSATrr.PAY, U of MARCH. Is5, Atf
meant Ltt va MarkH Mrrtt, aew Omurt from Ike .Syaar,
on artiKh stood llie More-house, occupied, before Ike
Ire, by IW-eh A- Co., Iiruggiyts. Said Lot fronts about ,
'o t 1'.' teet and runs back 111 feet.
Terms made known ou day of sale.
C. P. BK1EX, C. k M..
feb5 td Chancery Court at NaahvdJe. ,
Chancery Sale of Land.
Thomas C Viai tin, Ex'r, Ac, ea. X B. bushes and wife
. ' ant others.
IX pursuance -of a decree pronounced at the last term
of this court in the above caur. I will sell al pub
lic sale, on the premises, on S ATI' KI'AY. the 13th day of
MARCH, lb58, tlia following trin t of Ninety Acres of
IjuuI, to wit: The tract of Land on Cedar Lick Creek,
in Wilson county, formerly owned by Bnce Martin,
dec'd.j and at present occupied by C. 0 raves, and ad
Jpiaing the laud of Andrew Beaid and other. -
Traaa One Hundred aud Futy Iollaia cash, and
for balance a credit of 12 months. w:iIhhii interest.
C. 1. BKIt,C. k U.,
foba td Chancery .Court at Nashville.
- . .: : : NOTICE.' 7
TIIE creditors or TUUMAS HAXILT0X, dfrnurd,
are iierehy notified aud required lo spiiear Delore
tue Clerk of the Cbancery Court at XanhvtUe, and
prove aud file their claims, agttluet his estate. I will
attend at my office on the 1st Wotnlav, Mil day of April
lo receive the same. C. I'. BRIEN , C. A M.
feb5 td Chancery Court at Nashville.
P. I. Couth and U. W. Couch ta. W. C. McKlnley.
BY virtue of a decree of the Cliancery Court at Nash
ville, mails in the above cause, at the November
Term last, I shall expose to public sale to the highest
bidder, al the Court yard iu Nashville, on the 20th of
MARCH next, a tract of land containing 14 acres,
more or less, lying un the Nanhville and Lebanon
Turnpike road, iu the 2d Civil littrirt of Iiaviilson ro.,
a more utrticular descriitiou of which will be given
ou Ihe day uf kale.
TKHM.-i: CreUit of six and twelve months will be giv
en and a lieu relaiuod for the Juiy nient of the purchase
monev. C 1. BKILN,
lebt dlatwtd Clerk & Mauler.
"FOR TIIE MILLION."
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
. J. VlA"XCslSCO,
No. 23 Public Square,
TV a alt t Ille, Tenn.,
HAS one of the large.-t and uvl c,,ui -caa
i-lele assortment of UmIh aud Caps ever .-1?
offered to llie trade of Tennessee. Tho
alU'Utiou of ersons rttittng Nashville for the
h of purchasing goNls in toy line of Ihikiucks,
iH IWU W t..il UU rimim ' "1 .... . ' . v. .
Ot new styles and colors, now opening al
Those Frertcli Felt Hat.
A fresh supply Just reeeived at the Hat
tiuporium of I KANClSOO,
S3 I'tiMiC Square.
Fancy Dress Furs for Ladies aud
s fl a-ak elajtAta
"irE wnnM rail the attention of Ihe l,lie or Nach-
VV ..:m.... ..i i.. i ... ..i. .. uriLM vir-rj ii
ville to .ur n.letiilid dU-W of Ml'W. VlfTi K-
IXty and (TITS, and every description of PRKSS
t.' I t w' 1 .. 41. 'f .. V.. "VI Bn). 1.4.
r V. 11 iui UiUIVB I1U flirwp. h ..v. . .
6f ladies, now is the time lo net a choice and
cheap article of Kurs, M prevent you from tnkioi; cold
during Ihe inelemoiit weather now si hand, at New
York eaidi pi u es, at J'KANCU tS.
HobeH and Foot MutTs.
SOME very handsome RORh AXU KOOT Ml'H?
for Carriage, at -JZ I'ubllc Square.
f.-hl A. J. FRANCIXI.
ix) u sali: on iu:nt.
fTlHIS is one of the liandsomeat liuiroveniriiW in
X. Kdrefield : it ts witluu twenty unuutes walk ! Uie
Capitol, and is on an elevalHin ovcrlixiking tue etuie
village, uoalUiy and dry. It is surrounded by some as
pretty neuei) as cau be found in this tviuuty . l.very
couveua-iice ueceaaary to reudur it conJortably as s
family residence and couuiry Louie Lave Imx u adiled.
llie turuis are very liberal.
jan-0 if R4)YI k CO.
VI J. orders for Shirts lelt at our Suwe witlun a
week or ten tints will be tilled promptly , ami in a
uiauner to (ive Kalivlactiou. as one of tlie Urm lateU'is
Koiuk t-rt shortly, and will attend to all ortlora lost
we niav receive. CUITOS A AIUXlTT,
feb&-tf 15 Cedar street.
.o. 30, l'rut street,
ARTICdJlrt alteuliou (f .ven tofUline or- fi'r
I .i..Mt.r ( lil Ik THhrHV aud other
see Is: 'A.VI'Lt. SIAI LAKI A UXAA"
Ull; CHr-K-k.. llt'TTEK, COlUAt.t, and .!-.. of
Cincinnati Manufacture and rndure (reuerally.
jr- l-ureliaM-s male for can,aul prompt cestom
em, Kt all the advantages of discounts aud ! pis.es
wliitli money commands.
Jua. 14 If
licbtorn ?V;Uc Notice.
THE undersisued respectfully reuefU sll Ui-iae In
di-lited to linu tocome lor ward aud make payiui lit
during tua areoent inoutb of rebruary, as luitl.or tn
diilgeune run not be given, aad be aiiaii le coiiijx'ilod Ui
place rhe accuuuu aud uoi. s of a!l who fad lo comply;
uil-i the bauds of au effner fr colltH-Uoa. lie is very
much obliged to tua public lor the airousge sccurded
lo hlul, aud hopes It Will be continued. lh prompt
payment. M. rtLZBAdiEK.
lebi Ita autsa
THECo-partuerstupof HAUKUoK a Mitt niRTER
has Uus day been dissolved by mutual cousent.
I. ti. Hastirook Laving sold bis luu-reat la the baoks,
u Mo. k, Ac., Uj JoUn V. kit W Liner and Kounlata
I. MiW hi 'Ut, under the style and arm name of Mc.
Lirter B.-oUier's, who are alone auiLonsed to wind up
the busme- of Uie Unn, and use the mum of U,e Urm
JOHN W. atcWUlRTES.
January M, 1S4.
HAVLN'C aold my Interest In the noki,Xote,etncsf
Ac, of lUsbrook a Wehlrter, to Mc huler
Bru.'s, who wdl settle all claims sgsu-.st the Ula nrnt,
1 herewith leader my sincere thanks to all the custom
ers ol lue late firm, aad would retiumead my tuuw
sors as geiitk-tuea worthy of a continuance ol iLe
lieretoiaie tibtaal patiuuate. .
leb.I-dla. I. C. nAJ-BROOK
The Cherokee Cora Planter!
rAlEXTW BY JJ3 a tllARLToX.Sej. ih, 18A7.
trtliK iHily tbean, dnrable aad rtuctret suavhtae fur
1 plauung com ever preaetited ta tha flaalers trf
Tennessee, f now oa uti'bin. at klaaara. Arsuatroag
a C'S . N. Market ti e l . Nab ilia.
The CLenAee Cora I Unler imi.i uas aUiclf atve
alt mktn. I or lis a turmb .hiy , c hea prims , s.sut Ik uy , and
the frfl puuincr that .1 performs tua folioa uig Ca
acribad wrk. "
It ftirrcw ott Ihe groand tn aay riired depth
drops tha cra. as m-ay k-ru, U as Wairad, a a sjre
bf lour ll.r ia i!iauebrr, naUcUal-xaU lu Ibc bitt--cov
cr Ihe hl'la aj,J prearea lue earth. as ky tue aid
BftldHl w tU the Imet mi aiks aorurat-l the po-
t 4 eaib but. V h a attU U, a Saaa boy
. ijui tm an tman acrea r ov a till eaae.
ini.utaaail outers ara mt ua-l Ut aa rtaaubataai if
tins laachisie.at kl. Arrtt k la's, a Lara M
By be area eily ia pca.l:al t-tv".
persoas wb-ag W pai.ba IUMT KlfilfTS ta
tt ar adaanxf Hum, by ai iiuiaediaafiy , las
Kv-rnu-v m brli t 4iae4 i rar-y ,) CSB do SO ap"
oca safois a dt taatira thesa a Jarre rtiara ra tta
-Viveut. Cil as asjea at i aw svin etreos,
.tsahvitie. t lllU- a MOawLXA.
. en i: Af rT"
X siia Caaaisssare laal
OvtrCaals, A e A.e., .
aavT ' Cl.lt tO.H sV AUliOTT.
VLaT CtiCVtKY la-'II LMl,l
lia IuaiA Kawl.tbia
w fwt.thia atas C-r
4i ie tfs auii , ta: tg aaaiiy abe wr
acraa s auperaw twal , abuut titrae acrwa Uava ., , ,.
ft j. a s ivinisd-Uv .ail.aled ia vesvtabwcA.Uta WuM
M w4l tabbervd. lae tSbprwvvaaewta ruosas ut a
ha,i I ami wit !re kmm, aad klfa.kre, aad a
ywrtit any Imt toag aaa tea ft aide; sva -",
MsMa.nrfacS hwiav.Ar., aad wcU eactuaed awa
cavaa iaataa, Ave. Aajr pxrvM imjt vf Kjrlug
ac a a t isrT. T I v'-WJa a aargwos ta Ll?ral t-raua by
aptaitaAM BW . 64, leu SMt, haahvUW,la,
SfOrtiH w'tadw Mil;
eo arts aagoa tk-Aa;
2 ausae katrta.
' kegs Vaatwre;
90 kaiae Wiudow Ciaas;
1T4 hare lroa;
t hwaAWa Ins;
Juat ravwved and ur eaW l y
p. r rr,
?rt 6, Cwt aasira..
WaHATT TTAHJTTri7T JrV-fT.
t IVPOKTERS AN DEALERS IX r i 0 - 5
Englisb, & American Hardw&rft
GUXS.AND CU1LERY, ;jr
Blaclismitli and Carpenter Tool; also
Buildins and liailroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock,'
NO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAR THE SQUARE, J, w
ROYAL HAVANA L0TTERT.
THE next ordinary draw in( ef the Royal Havana
l"iery , cutiiiKipi ay tue Spanish Oovernmeot,
ouder the suervwha uf the Captain Uenerat of Cuba,
will take place at Havana, aa
- Tuesday, in arc It 9tk, 1858 . ;
300,000 0 It aX l8t
- Sorteo Snmero 95 Ordiaario. -Capital
Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prise of ..
1 " . " ..
4 Prires of $2,ooe
bl " " ....... aoe
143 " " oe
20 Approximations.. .8,80
4 AMiroauuiilHUis to tlie $100,000, of A00 each ; a
oCAou to &O.OOU ; 4 of oO to 40,000 ; 4 of 400 to 10,00;
4 of 4O0 lo AA.OtO.
Wltole Xltltete MO; IlalTea $10t Qnar
Prizes ca.hed at sirUt al a er cent. Oseount.
bills on tUe Natiliville City Hanks taken at par.
A drawu:g will be forwarded as sooa as iLe resnlt
4-Ouiimuuication addressed to PON R0PIGCTZ.
(care of litv I'oet, Oiarlraton, B. C.J uuUl the tMh utf
March, will be attended. feb 17 td.
aiOXKY FOR T1IK A1ILLJOX!
S0,000 tor Five Tlollarst
Only 30,000 Xumbera! S,t8PrlxeaI
klOBE TUAX OXK VKIZE TO JflXX T1CK.E13I
ONE TICKET CAS IEAW THETTE P&IZZS!!
Begistered Money Letters at our Risk!
Capital Vr.e, S3O,000!t
ANDI2KSON & SON'S LOTTEltT
HAVANA FLAX OF SINGLE ITUXEEES.
Jasper Co.. Academy Lottery!
By autkority of tho SUto of Georgia.
CLASS J), IiRAWS 1st OF MARCH, 185S,
(ISS KK, llKAWS 16th OF MARCH, 1868,
In puldir, at M.tcon, ut., under the sworn snperfutei
.l. iii e of h. I. Ui miii and Jos. Watxkjiis, Esua.
PEI2E3 PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTIOJC.
Ticket : Wholes t5 ; Halves $2.50; Q'n SL23.
1 Prize cf 130,000
1 do 10,000
1 do 8,000
1 do 2,mo
1 do 8.000
I sii 1.000
3 do 5o) are 1AO0
6 do V.S0 are 1,24
KM) do 100 are 10,000
loo do .So are 6,000
auOO do " 16 are 46,000
4 I riirs of 125 to f .10 ,000 M00
4 do 60 10,000 -00
k do 4i " 6,000 30
li .lo IS " 2,WH) 100
14 do 1ft " r.rtoo Sao
JO do 10 1,000 S
o,'.M pi tars amounting to
st-Hank Notes of souud Itatiku taken at par. Checks
ou New York remitted for pntes.
as)" IrauigsoI lrge t laKM-s will ba published la
New York and New Orleans pun day papers, aa
Charleston and favsnnah I "allien.
In ordering Tickets or CertiOcales, enclose the aaa
nry In Mir address fur the Tickets ordered, on receipt
of whk h lliev will be forwarded by first snail, fur
chasers run Lave Tu'kcis ending ia any figure they
The lint of draw numbers and prises will be seat ta
piirehaKers immediately after tlie drawing. Purcha
sers wdl pleaxe write llieir siciutiures plain, and giro
their Poet otuVe, county and Stale. I
lU'tnemher that every Prise is urawa and payabla la
full without deilurtion.
All I'rixeit nrtl.ooosnd ander paW Immedtstely after
the drawunr other rise al tlie usual tune uf 80 days.
All r.tuiniuuicaUotik slra tly confl lenttal.
ar Address orders for Tk keti. to C. IT. PWAI!,
VarLt Uie, Teuu., or lo AXI'UWttN k SON , Msnagers,
Maceu or Stvanuah, Ca. febli tri wAwtd.
SAYAN & COS LOTTERIES,
Aathorlied by the BUto of Oeorfia.
run ti;m dollahi,
rpHE following Scheme will be drawn by 8. Swa k
X Co. , M ami gera of tha Sru Academy Lattery, ta
each of ihetr nglo NunilKT lotteries lor rebruary,
lkiix. at At"t.lT. lieorgia, in public, ander the s,
IvritiWndeijce of CommiMuoners.
To be drawn in (he City ot Augusta, Georgia, ta pah
he, ou fATl'Kl'AY", rebruary OUi, lki.
Zu be drawu la the C:tv of Augusta, Oeneg ta, la auk
he, ou S.tl CKl'AY, Kebruary 13th, 186.
f laaa S,
To Le drawn In he City oT Augimu, Georgia, la fmm
Ik-, ou All'fUAY, lebruary Soth, 1668.
1 laaa 4,
To be drawn in the Cuv of Augusta, Caorgia, la f
Ik-, on ATliaAY,ltbruary !C7lh, eU.
ON THE PLAN OP SIS0LE HTHttBEES.
5,485 Prize. Nearly one PrUo to ery aia
Ttcketa Jiatf ulUrent abeaaer
TU HE DRAWS
each simKD.tr i.y February.
1 Pr'seof T'l.ixol
4 Prises of tOO
. 44 IAA
4 " " 700
4 " " eoa
60 " " 600
60 " " 900
100 44 12
ISO " M 10
I ' 4,'oo
i ' a.o
4 l'rt's of M1 Approx'g to ITO.ooo Prise ara $1 ,000
5,465 rrisea sinountmg to SS20.000
Whole Ticawts $10; HaItm ti; Quartan 2 M-
PUa of tho Lottery.
The Nnmbars from I to 60,000, corresponding with
tboae Numbers us the Tickets pruiled oa separata slips)
tf paper .are enctfcied Willi small Ua lube aad plaosa
iu one Wheel.
The first 467 rrtses, similarly pruiled and sarh-cled,
are plated UI another wheel.
The wboels are then revolved, and a amber ta
drswu from Uie wheel of nam tiers, aad at tha same
time a Prise is drawn from the other wheel. TWNuss
oer and Plixe drawn out ara opened aad khibltad ta
tue auUienra. and regwiered by the CommMnMSser ;
the Pr!s being placed af am ilia Nuaibee drawa.
Thai openUoo is repeated antol all tha Prises ara drawa
Apprexiniatioa Priietv TUe twa pracadixui aae
tUm t aw in t NuiutM-ilo those drawing tha trai
1 Prisea wul be eu lit led to the Z A ppruXUatK PrV
s. 6umami'L : si Ticket No. 11x60 drawsthafTO,
iaju Prise, iLuae Ta keU numbered ll-4. 11-J40.1U61,
1-4, w ill eai b b entitled to A4o0 u tu-Sft So 660
draws tba 6JO.0UO Prise, Ukm Ta-krts aaasbered 64a,
64w, 66o, 661, 663, will each be entitled lu 1300 .aua aa
oa a.x-4-rdire la Ux above arhreue.
Tho 6,000 Pruee of $20 " oetermtoH by
Uie Url fisuia i4 tae Nullilxr Uaat dsawa tha Tt.OM
Prix-, ror exasaide, a tha Number orawatg Ua f70,
au pHzaetioa with So. 1, thea all taw TVketa, wkara
the anaiber eaita ta 1 , will ha eatitlsd to 6 JO. If tha
Number en ifa wh Ka- a. thea aU taa Tick eta whara
the Number ecus as 2 will heaauUad ba aJti,aa4 asaa
Certiflcatea of PakaeiU basold MtatftU
k'WUg whaL a ILc . tS :
lercacaua uf reek- cf 10 w boi VhaU, tM
, 10 Half . ..
10t."iarrr ' ......f
. e . lOt-gblh ........10
xv (r&xEsnrQ ncym on cxuTuictrra-
Encloaa tba ay to aur address for tha Tickets ar
dsrad. a recet; of which thaw wiU aa fcwwaraad ey
rstaoad. I wrctiaiars caa ha v tjchsas aadtag m aay
ftgara thay ata deainata. .
TtteLatte ii a Numbers sb4 rrrses wil Da Sat
ta pen funis unsi latere after (ha drawirg.
psrehaaers a 01 pi arraa Utasr sifwataraa
pLua and give their piat fflice, county aud Mass.
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