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W. BT. SMITH, A. . CAMP, THO. C4LUCNMCB, ISA t. 70.H a.
ira i. Jones, J ""tan.
Otiet No. 10 Ierierlck Street.
NOYEMBEK 9, 1588
Senator llammonlt virwaer North
One of tbe nit ilispas-iina,te and reasop
m'de peccbK (lint hua emanated from aSoatb
(Jitrolina politician for many year, - wan
delivered by Hon. James II. IIavmond, t
Barntrt'll Conrt House on the 29!h nit. It
was. adArca d to hi conmrtut nta. on the pre
sent hrpt-cv of national politic, and the true
policy of tho. Siith. Heexplicity renounced
his disunion stntini"nts. and held that the
Ume bud not yet arrived for tch a ?ep; and
'tliat an ot-erwh'-Iin'rifr majority of the South
would, if assim d that the government waa
hercHfuT to l rond.ictml on the true princi
ples and construction of the constitution.
dccid-dly prefer to remain In the Union,
rather th;ir incur the unknown cost and
hazard of gettim? up a separate government.
To justify thce viewB, he nxmime that the
North nver e m b? brought to concur per
manently in a line of poliey that will subvert
the constitution nod aerioaly damnge the
South in this confederacy." On this head be
-R-cklep n i pol'tical ambition, nnd
inaarie a fanntieimn ever i, I have no idea
that the free States ran be consolidated on the
wild project of ruling the hlaveholders by
mere brute nmnV-rs, either through the
ballot box or by force of arms; whether to
emancipate our slave, or ft rip ua of the fruits
of their labor; or to govern us with the mild
n"f nnd patern'il cure due to inferior. The
rifrvotis in the South, and the abolition dem
agogue of the North, may believe it. But
when it comes to the actual test, if neither
sober flense nor patriotism should prevail, the
sense of dansrer and the love of cotton and
tobacco would, with our northern brethren,
in every crisw. over-ride their love of negro.
On this I think you may depend, despite the
Insolent boasts of the abolitionist of what
they will do when they get the government
in their hands. The North has only to be
made cbrarly nsi! l how far she can go, and
what the South u ill not submit to. She will
not trespass beyond that, but will content
herself with the glory of carrying th alter
nate hiennial el- ctions as she has just- done
al ways leaving it to the democracy to carry
that which makes the President.''
In further confirmation of this view,Mr.IlAM
Moxn procceeds to review the history of the
ani-slavery agitation, taking its origin in
Englimd, nd pted by France, and finally
spreading to the United Slatos. While this
feeling ha been cherished and inflamed, the
South has kept on in a path of uninterrupted
prosnerity, until, notwithstanding the war
fare which ha.-i Ih-en waged against her. her
negroes have doubled in value. England
a. id France have seen their mistake and are
seeking to make good the losses occasioned
by their error. He then shows that the
anti-s'itvi-ry feeling is declining in this
cunt ry as it has done in England and
France. The abolitionists ff this country,
lie contends, have no rallying point for the
future, and cannot probably again le united
on any one man. He thus clearly embodies
Tim these t o nations France nnd Eng
land, whe adoption of this abolition crotchet
alone made it respectable and influential
have thoroughly renounced it, practically,
and almost In theory. The press of England,
perhaps the greatest power of the world, sus
tains these movements; while in France the
newspapers an? openly discussing the ques
tion of importing negro slaves, by name, into
Algeria. 1 think it may be fairly said that
in Europe abolition has run its course.
Brougham, Pa Inierstou. Ilnsseli and all the
old political agitator, are hanging their harps
pon the willows. Even the son of Wilher
foree. the fanatic, approves of coolie slavery,
wl ich wc abhor lut recently the British
government openly surrendered it claim to
the riirdt of search a claim set up mainly to
put down the African slave trade, and with
out which all attempts to do it will probably
lie idle. And there is nothing to surprise us
in all this, if we ate correct in our views of
African slavery. If it is sustained by the
religion of the Bible; if neither humanity
nor sound philosophy oppose it; if, as we are
convinced, it is a social, pol tical and t-co-jiomical
benefit to the world, then it was in
evitable that, sooner or later, the aboli
tion crusade must die out and why not
If there is truth in what I have stated to
you if the alx litioii fever has nearly or o,uite
exh:iut d itself in Europe if time anil facts
liave proved tin re that it is an absurdity
it sci uis to me we should not doubt that its
career is alsuit to close here. Such is my
opinion, however iliilerently those ma 7 think
w ho judge onlv by appearances, or take their
cues --from agitating politicians. I ask any
one to tell me upon what measure or upon
what man the abolitionist of this country can
ever again muster their legions as they did in
lS.'.G. Kansas is squeezed dry. It stinks in
the nostrils of all pimple. They can do no
more there. Will they try a "cry'' against
the Supreme Court tor the Bred Scott decis
ion! What is ther in that to inflame popu
lar sentiment It is always up-hill business
to agitate against a judiciary, but especially
against the Supreme Court of the United
States, which the Northern people have been
taught to revere as the bulwark of their HIs-t-tie.
Will they d' in ind the alsd'tion of sla
Tery in the District of Columbia? They have
never been able to do much with that though
thev have often tri d. That issue is a little
too practical and dangerous. Not many are
bold enough to embark in it. They might as
well make the que-tion of disunion nakedly.
Will they take up the abstract, and probably
never again be other than ulistract, proposi
tion of "no more Slave Sutes?" They have
done it. They have already split upon it.
.The Northwest will not take it, am" the free
KUt s, at bottom, all want Cuba. They love
.nolasses, and liaiuki-r after free trade with
that rich islan.L Where, then, are they to go,
I cannot see. They do not appear to see
themselves. Will any one state tho practical
question, if we lLi' them none. and we have
none to otfer, on which they are next to ral
ly for the conquest of the South? The meas
ure or the man? It tines seem t me lh.it this
great fire is dy in,; out for want of fuel. That
this crusade, a many crusud n have douc.has
exhausted it-xll". and that th -re U uo argu
ment or I ad. r that can keep it alive. Their
Peter Hermits, their Codireys, their Jl.il Jwiu.
their lion-hearted llich irds, where are they!
It seems that I hey vyill scarcely agree evell on
their Louis IX.w li shall lead their l.tt pious
campaign and sulf -r lu.trtyrdoin.
And let me nay tli.it if the atiolitiouisU can
inot unite the Ir. Slat dihi purely autitda
rerv party in t!i presldeulial etectiou t 18U0.
ud'fail ag iij in l-Siil. we ahull n -ver hear
More of thetii as a (Mtliiical party; and it is
only sua political piny that they me worthy
of our notice. There always will be aoob
tiouiMs for tools, eulhusianiii, lueu of inorlxd
kn igiualiotis, U-ut on misehiel, or ambitious
Of n it ori ty nl vai will rxiL But Hie abo
litiou parly in t.ie fivd S-aiea U no almost
wh4ly political. I) jot sii,p e Mul the
Sowards, 14 lies. VVal-.!S Wilson, Charnn, aad
their a-sot :tt cars aaytiiia for A trio ah
slavery, or are ival'.y Uoaulj to our system ol
UL or, a.iy wore fin is the Pieide it, Dick
inson, tlrigfct. Pug i or ll ijgU .? 1 d not.
Tbi-ir o j ct is p bi cAl power. Tu y have
place 1 lujiii l'e 04 lbj Sjuiag-tid j of la
UiUicisiU to oiilaui iu If it fait tUeiu if. at
the u vl piv.si-l-.' iti.il election, durcdiy if at
the to next we beat ttteiu, all tin party
niacin iery will tVil to thu rouud, aud the
S-uUb Tappans tiarruous and Parkur, will
ba left aloae to tiieir gbrt-y."
- After till, the iS.'iiaior trout South Carolina
believes that the .Swaiu. lUu, Waoks,
U'iuons. CiiiSKs and their aociale are
really no more hostile to Atriean sla
very ihaa Xr. Bt cuana, Buiout, Piuu, or
DotuLA-st These ure bold wortla, and we es
pecially comuirud thein to the fire-eating
bam democracy of the South. If the opin
ion or Mr. Hammond is correct, why should
the South embrace Bcchaxaji and the rest,
and ipura those w ho are here cl d with
ihem! Are there any to question ilr. Ham
Mosi'a. devotion to the South, or to lujpuga
i Tlie Boehsnan Party in Chicago.
The vote for Buchanan in Chicago was 215
Instead of 246. The Tima enumerates the
voters as follows : '
Employees in tho Port Office.... 93
iloutc Agents 89
Ir. lira nurd, Surgeon Marine Hospital 1... . " 1
fulients Id name 21
K.mlr--es in Custom House , 1'
Col. Cirpenter 1
Other CarpeofrB !i
O.lonels ppc-d, Shurley nl Naples..... 3
1 JlihtHouw Keeper 1
I". 8 Mnrsiiall aad leputies
Col. s"nwli(iilc 1
Cel. O'SiUlivaBand Hogua., .....w... 2
Tlumms lioyne , 1
U.S. Kitch.U.H. Ihtttritt Alt mey 1
Pan ite Krtitorn... 4
ColO-kb.M. I) .1
l. Klarknurn 1
ther HUtkburns... t
Cel. Avres ; 1
Oil. Hi B. Williams. . 1
CI. C. L. Watkins 1
OH. rreo'lersraxt 1
0l. Oowrey ........ .......... .., 1
Other eiowreva ' -1
Little Man with Yellow Sword 1
Col. lnim Xye 1
Col. Asliton, Iliverscy, Vf igill, Brrwn, OVhangh-
n-hKV,canrtilateionIBniU) tirki-t fi
iotaX .. 21
Tle following are the names of the officers
elected on the Republican State ticket:
Nathaniel P. Banks, Governor.
Ei.ipiiai.kt Tkask. Lieutenant-Governor.
Oi.ivkk Warnkb, Secretary of State.
Chaklks Wiiitk, Auditor.
Stephkn II. Phillips, Attorney General.
The following are .the names of the gentle
men elected to the next Congres as compared
with the delegation in the present Congress:
1. P.hertB. Hall, Ren.
2. .lime Bnffintnn, Rep.
3. Win. 8. Pnmrell, Rep.
4. F.iniif! n. Comins, Rep.
5. Anson Biirlin)rame,Rep.
. Timoihr Iavls. Rep.
7. Ifcniiel V. ;HX-h, Rep
8. ftiaunry I Knapp,Rep.
9. Kli ThiiVer. Rep.
10. Cnlvin C. ChafTec, Rep.
11. Henry L. Iiawee, Rep.
Thamwi P. Fliot, Ren.
J inioffcPnlnnion, Kep.
Charles K. Ai'nms, Rer.
Alexander H. Hire, Pep.
Anson Mtirllnpanie., Ren.
John B Alley, K.-p.
Inuni'l W. ;o.n h, Rep.
lias. R. Train, Rep.
Fli Thayer, Rep.
Charles IW-Inno, ltr-p.
II. L. Ikiwrs,;Rpp.
From, the Memphis Eigle anil Enquirer.
Xhe Gubernatorial Content.
The domocratic press have recently be
come very anxious for their opponents to
bring out a candidate for the succession ti
Gov. Harris, and are giving themselves much
unnecessary trouble in selectiug and recom
mending names. Among their favorites th"
names of John Bell and Emmerson Etheridcre
are prominent, and they insist that one or the
otle r of these two shall lie run.
While we have no desire to interfere with
our cotemporaries' amusements, we would
respectfully suggest to them that they would
probably find more proiriable employment in
attending to their own affairs. They need
not go from home to seek business; for their
own partisans will most certainly pive them
trouble enough. Their difficulty w ill be, not
in finding a candidate, as they seem to think
will be the cast? with us, but i:i reconciling
the "claims' of the numerous aspirants who
will inevitably otfer. With the democracy,
the motto is and ever will lie. 'To the victors
belong the spoils." and every noodle who
makes a cross-road stump speech thinks he
has contributed to the victoiy and is entitled
to office, in order to secure his share of the
'spoiN." The democracy think themselves
the dominant party, and that all their can
didate will hnve to do will lie to walkover
the track. Hence the competitors for the
nomination will be as thick as wild pigeons
on the roost. The party, ns a party.i now split
up into fragments, and the breaches are
widening daily. On the Douglas question
they are divided; on the bank question thev
are'hopclessly rent in twain: and on the t.nrit;
issue they are equally as diverse in opinion.
All these subj cts will enter into the nexl
gubernatorial contest. We therefore say to
our deminrratic friends, heal your own divi
sions, and then you may with some show of
propriety assume to advise us.
We have a word to say to our friends in
this connection. Be not too hasty in urging
the claims or superiority of your favorites;
heed not the taunts and gibes of your ad
versaries; let the weal of the State and the
prosperity of the country lie your only aim;
merge ali minor differences and porsonal pre
ferences, and let them be subject to this one
paramount object. A call has la-en made for
a State convention, to be held in Nashville on
the 2 2d February next. Organize and elect
your delegates to that convention, resolved
to work in harmony for the good of the
county. Let thai convention determine who
shall be our candidate; and if we work with
a will, and all together, we can elect him.
Commerce of t'rntral Africa.
Ilev. T. J. Bowkn, for several years a Bap
tist .Missionary in Africa, has communicated
the fallowing facts in relation to the com
merce of the interior of Africa :
"Tlie commerce of the Niger and its tribu
taries, were they once opened, would extend
to twenty millions of people, more or less.
These people are neither paupers nor barba
rians, but industrious and thrifty nations,
whose trade, even now in its undeveloped
state, is worth millions to Abyssinia, Egypt,
or Northern Africa, and has been so ever
since the days of Herodotus. The centres o!
trade are not on the Niger, but in the cities
of the plains, on the great caravan routes.
The navigation of that river would break up
the caravan trade, and pour tlie wealth ol
Sudan into the Atlantic The principal im
ports of Sudan are and will be tobacco. They
prefer the American to every other variety,
and I feel confident that fifty millions id
pounds at least might be sold there next year
at high prices, if it were only properly distri
buted in the cities and towns accessible to the
Niger and its tributaries.
The export of the country are and will
l,.On the lower Niger, for about tbrea
hundred miles, immense quantities uf palm
oil, an article whicli is destined to be of com
manding importance in the commerce of the
civilized world. To this add cam-wood and
the other productions of Western Africa.
2. From the palm oil district to the borders
of tht! desert, a distance of one thousand to
twelve hundred miles along the river, is one
of the finest agricultural districts in the tor
rid zone, capable ol producing almost every
thing which has enriched India. The present
exports would le ivory, in large quantities,
hides, ami horse, and the - best indigo in the
world. The stimulus of trade would iucreaso
all of these, except ivory, and add cotton
African silk, a very valuable articles, spices,
3. Above the agricultural district the Niger
skirts along the divert, thus promising a gun
trade (as yet untouched) equal to that of the
Senegal. Here also are the mines of salt,
which must distribute that article to twenty
millions of pe-ojile. This alone would give Dro
ti Utile employment to many Niger steamers.
Here, also, is the trona, carbonate of soda.)
whicli the Sudanese use in large quantities in
the in mufiicture of smiir and iu dying.
4. Above the gum district we reach, at Ka
ba. the great African gold lield. which haseu
riche l Africa trade in all ages. It is one of
the longest gold fteld in the world, being one
thousand English miles In length. II ro al.-to
are the genu so much piiz.-d by ancient Car
thage. A w Metallic Allor.
M. Ger-heim baa just discovered a new
ama.'gaui poas'.-ssing ttie sicgulax property of
being almost a? soli ai wax when warm, arid
of hardening iu the course of a few hours
when cool, it may be in.slelled into various
shapes by the sole action of the lingers; it
adheres strongly to other m -taltic suVt tuces,
as also to glx and porcelain; so that it may
serve to m nd brolt -u crockery, ami U equal
In that rcjip-ct to the best mastic WIk-ii
bard, it lakes a flue polish, like that of silver
or brsM. To prepare it take twenty, thirty,
or ibrty-aix pari of pure copper. oOtaiued
by precipitation from the sulphate, and pour
coiu;iiU'4iod sulphuric acid uku it. u.-dug
aa iro i or porcelain vessel for lue operation.
The mixture having attained tlie co.iMtouer
of paste, a id aevetity p u U f m.-rc iry. A
ao hi aa the copper isjMtnplet-ly am ilamated
wanh the compound wi.ii boding uat.-r t
carry off tbe acid.ud then K t it uud for ten
or twelve hour. The amalgam i!l taeu be
bard enough to receiv a higii polish, and to
cut tin or g dd. It ia insoluble in weak acid
iu alcohol. eih-r, or boiling water; wbelbir
iu a hard or aoll state, it density is the
ami.-. Wht u it U about to Ik u.kaI. It ia
wUeiied by exposure to about 375 d.rve
centigrade (nearly lour lime the lemperaiurc
uf boiiitlg water.) Aa ih to a it is ridjeed
to the MJiluiii of wax, it uuy be Heed to
older two piece Ol UK Ul togellier. provided
their surface be peitVcty tree from oxide;
and Uu or twelve hour Uu-r tbey will be
found to adhere together ao atruugly that
tbey may be uljecU-d to any operation
whatever. Tbi alloy may, In a soft tute, be
preix-id Into mould, but iu chit fd vantage
consist lu soldering piece of metal which it
would be inconvenient loeipooe to tuu action
ol trc ixasii ptpr.
Senator Hammond on " Political
Senator Hammond, of Sooth Carolina,
parcook of a public dinner at Barhwell, in
that State, a few -days ago. He made an
able speec h on' I he occasion, some points of
which are thus Fketched by the Augusta Con
stitutionalist: He sa:d he regarded the Kansas excitement
throughout the whole controversy, as the
greatest imposture everpractis"il mi tntilligent
communities; and be never for a moment be-'
lieved thai the Territory could, under any
possible contingency, become a slave State.
II'! regarded the whole idea as preposterous
and delusive in the extreme The re-opening
of the African slave trade, iu his opinion
jcould never be ace '"nplishtd. exc pt by the
dissolution of this Union. The free States
were opposed to re-ope.ning that , trade ami
their Itcpresentativi-M iu Congress would
never vote ia favor of such a measure. lie
tielieved it was the destiny of African slavery
to' extend over , the whole world, w herever
climate and soil would win ratil it. The black
nice were providentially designed as 'hewers
of wood and drawer of water,' and there is
no mortal powr that could alter the decree
established. He did not think that there was
any territory .belonging to our Union, suitable
for slavery, unless our Pacilic slope would
answer; tut there the mongiel races of Mexico
would amalgamate with the slaves, and the
in-iiiution- would- become worthless and
insecure. - .
Senator Hammond insisted on the import
ance of a route across the isthmus to Califor
nia, which the United States must take into
their own hands, and by force, if necessary,
for we have the right to tnke it. We must,
be said, fight all our battles for constitutional
( rights and equality in the Union. But when
ever the South declares that she can no longer
maintain hi r position of equality in the Union
and is prepar- d for independence out of it,
his hopes, his fortune and his fate, would be
with the people of the South.
. Comparative Statement of Improve
meuta in Cincinnati for 1S57 and
Some curiosity having been expressed re
' sp'-cting the comparative value of improve
: ments in Cincinnati, during the years ending
in May, 1857 and 1858, we append the follow
ing exhibit, giving the number and taxable
;: valuation of buildings erected, viz :
.. '- 5
. '. 55
177 ,8' 0
55 .IS K)
I SO ,930
Thirteenth.. . .
So veil tee nth .,
Total 433 6H $1,114,140 $1,193,805
l'e'luct 433 1,114,140
Difference in favor '68. C8 . $79,665
From the almve it will be oliserved that
notwithstanding the hard times, the year
ending 1858, realized a very decided progress
over tlie preceding year of comparative easi
ness in money matters. dn. Chm.
An Oliloan Trying: to Sell a Diamond
If ltory or his Travel.
The Bi.cyrus Journal relates the story of a
farmer, residing on the Broken Sword, in that
county, who found one day a beautiful speci
men of quartz rock, which had all the appear
ance of a diamond. He took it to a jeweler
in Bucyrus, who. by the way of a joke, told
him it was a diamond, and offered him ten
thousand dollars for it The farmer, supposed
it was worth more money; he had read of the
Koh-i-nor, which is prized at millions, and re
fused. He took it to Pittsburgh, and a noted
jeweler there, told him that he did not know
how much it was worth, but no house in the
city was able to purchase it. This completed
his infatuation. He took it to other jewelers,
who pronounced it no diamond. He also
took it to Philadelphia and New York. The
journal thus describes his adventures in the
Confidently he walked into Ball, Black &
Co.'s the eminent jewelers, anil demanded an
interview with tho proprietors. It was grant
ed, and our friend was ushered into a private
room, when he coolly turned the key in the
door, ami to the infinite surprise of Messrs.
Ball. Black A Co., informed them that he h:d
in his pocket untold wealth. Messrs. Ball.
Black A. Co. congratulated him, and polit-ly
requi-sted him to inlorm thein what earthly
interest that fact could lie to them. He an
swered nothing, but slowly drew from the
breast pocket of his vest, the stone, and asked
how much it was worth. Messrs. Ball. Black
fc Co., answer-d that in a country where elone
was scarce it would tie worth so much a perch,
they had really forgotten the exact sum, but
if it would In- any accommodation they would
send nnd inquire, and wound up by asking
what his business was with them.
Business,'' he giisjied, "why to sell this
diamond.'' They told him they had no desire
to invest in that peculiar style of diamonds,
anil without attempting to conceal the merri
ment, bowed him out. At TiH'any's nnd all
the other h ailing houses in that line of trade,
be met with the same success, and finally de
termined that the jewel-.-rs of New York, as
well as those of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia,
were iu league to swindle him out of the dia
mond, and so he determined to go to Europe
with it. and among the brokers of London
and Paris find a market for it. But fortunate
ly, just as he was on th.. point of embarking,
he met with a merchant from Bucyrus, who
knew him and who used all hi influence to
dissuade him from the trip. He finally suc
ceeded in inducing him to forego his Euro
pean tour tor the time being, at least, and
brought him to his family. He still believes
the stone to be a diamond, and will, no doubt,
start soon upon auotia-r wild goose chase to
dispose ot it.
Ckorqia "There tlie Slamh! Ixjk at Her!"
Georgia has over twelve hundred miles of
railroad built and paid for, anil yielding to the
FtH.'kholders more than an average of 7 per
cent, yearly dividends.
Within the nexLyear two hundred miles of
additional road, completed and equipped, will
lie in ojs-ration. - These road, with but a
siugle exception, are mainly the results of the
enterprise, the euergy and capital of our own
We have cotton, wool and paper factories,
rolling mills, foundries and machine shops,
merchant mills, marble yards; gold and cop
per, coal mines, all in a flourishing condition,
and remunerating the proprietors by hand
some returns on the capital invested.
The cotton crop of the present year will
bring twenty-one millions of dollars at preseut
prices. The crop of cereal is worth twice
that sum, at least; the sugar and tobacco
crops not being included.
The State tux is not quite one-twelfth of
one per cent the net income of the State
will le three hundred thousand dollars. The
Stale debts amount to about two millions,
and a tax of about one-fitih of one tier cent,
would pay it in two years. Our baukt are
aolveiit--our me re hnts in the best of credit,
a nl our people generally out of debt, with
full crops of corn, cottou, etc., on hand. The
co'tutry 1 b.'slthy, with tlie exception of the
epidemic in Savannah. We have six male
colleges, and colleges for the fair sex in al
most every village containing live hundred
LihabitauU iu the State. Looking then to
this stateuieul of atubiioru facts, we ask i
there a State in all Christendom iu the enjoy
ment of so many of th j material elements of
comfort, prosperity and success, aa the great
State of Georgia? If then, at this time she
occupies so proud a position, what will she lie
when all h.T projected line ot railroad are
completed when the mines of gold, and cop
per aud Cial that now lie deep iu the bosom
of her mountain, are opened, and their rich
deposits brought to market? When, instead
of bill a lourih, as she now has, of ber rich
land in cultivation, the fall hail ot the rich
vail.- of Uie N-irlh shall bear a g ildeu bar
Vest, and tae plain of tan South aud Wot
shall be while wita the kingly staple. When
that day ball come, (J.nrgia will not only
(mi lb Empire Statu of th South, but th
Empire State of tb world. Jjcjm TtU.
Wit ark Ubadt. The Nashrillo I'uiriJ ug
geU lb propriety of a vigorous and organ
ised oppoeiuou to modem democracy, both
in the state and uatiou, aud propone a (Jon
veil linn of American a and Whig and all oth
er who are opposed to the radical tendencies
and impolitic measure ot the Democracy fur
the purpose f council, consultation, Jtc. The
lime ugcUd for the convention U the 2 2d
ot February, and Nashville the place. The
Whigs ol We Tennesae are ready to move
at tbe first tap of the dram, and bie to the
field of battle in the next political contest
Put Madison county down aa cult led for the
war. H tt ToumMct H ay.
" A Gbacefti. Correction. 'The proper
study for Mankind ia-Woman.' Punch. -?
Raull of Vie Study :
, "Though Wisdom oft has aonpht me,
I scorned the lore aha brought me ;
- My only books . -
- Were woman -a looka,
- Ami fMy't ail tbey've taught me." Moore.
OLD JOKES VERSiriEB.
, )M church, Joe says, hi manly heart -With
true devotion swelia,
PwiM-ovinp that, as seine nwert
Hn'i led there by the BcIIcm;
While Jane, the bajipu-st of coquettes, .
; U'hi-se ye n sorrow fliins, .
Vs piu-only emiliy b-r t:mo , j
Jn looking for the tau. lUaim 1'uzL
Courting tlie Widow nnd JTlarrj IrifiT
A romantic affair came of in'Phlladelphia
last week, the particulars of which are thus
Mrs. B . a hand-cme and rich widow.
and the mother of a pretty daughter ot fifteen
summers,, by some means became acquainted
with a young carpeurer. who, although a fine
looking man, was in rather poor circuin-stances,-
The carpenter vifiti-d the lady' re
sidence very frequently gallanted her to
church, the theaters, Jtc, scaroely ever pay
ing any marked attention to tho daughter,
who sometimes accompanied them. Madam
Rumor, with her thousand tongnes.soou nois
ed it about that the carpenter and the widow
were about to be made, one, and his friend
congratulat d him on the prospect he had of
so shortly being able to '-bang up his hat."
The widow, too, Mfas complimented by her
acquaintances, and in fact she began to think
that the thing would take place, although the
carpenter had not, as yet. '-popped the ques
tion." With the craft naturally possessed by
'widders,"she threw out a bint to her gallant
at his next interview, aud from this bint -he
took it tor granted that she was any thing
else than averse to a matrimonial union with
him. He thought it was time to act, and un
deceive the lady, which be certainly did. and
astonished her too, for the next morning, he
eloped with the daughter? This set all the
go&-ips in the neighborhood going, and they
one and all pronounced it 'scandalous." The
girl's mother, however, being a woman of
sense, takes it philosophically, and has for
given the young people, .who are now domi
ciled at the family residence. She gives her
daughter credit for the shrewdness the latter
exibited in ber courting, and also the carjieii
ter for his discretion iu picking of the two,
tbe youngest and the prettiest.
The Moscow Ilailroad.
Mr. Bayard Taylor, in a recent letter to the
Tribune, on the St. Petersburg and Moscow
Railroad, referring to the remarkable direct
ness of the line of the railroad, says:
On the northern side of the city, just out
side the low earthen barrier, stands the grext
railroad station. The principal train fur St.
Petersburg leaves daily at noon, and reaches
its destination the next morning at eight six
hundred versts or four hundred Enylirh miles
in twenty hours.
Straight as sunbeams, the four parallel lines
of rail shoot away to the northwest, and van
ish far otl' in a sharp point on the horizon.
Woods, hills, swamps, ravines, rivers, may
intersect the road, but it swerves not a hair
from the direct course, except where such
deflection is necessary to keep the general
level between Moscow and the Volga. After
passing the Valdai Hills, about half way to
St. Petersburg, the course is almost as straight
as if drawn with a ruler for the remaining two
hundred miles. The Russians say this road is
only to be looked upnii as an article of lux
ury. The Emperor Nicholas consulted his
own convenience and the facility of convey
ing troops rather thau the convenience of the
country and the development of its resources.
liy iusi.-ting upon the shortest p-avible dis
tance lietween the twocities.be carried the
road for hundred of -ersts through swamps
where an artilicial foundation of piles was
necessary; while, by liending its course a lit
tle to the south, nearer the line of the high
way ( not only would these swamps have been
avoideil, but the cities of Novgorod, Valdai,
and Torshok, with the settled and cultivated
regions around them, would have shared in
the advantages, and added to the protiU of
Armament In Europe.
Mr. Walsh, writing from Paris to the
Journal of Commerce under date of tbe Hth
"The British Government Is fortifying all
the exposed coasts of the United Kingdom;
that of France has just launched at Chet bourg
a cuiram-ed (iron-sided) frigate, nnd has others
on the slocks. The Trieste Gazette announ
ces that, by order of the Emperor of Austria,
the effective of the Imperial fleet is to be
three ships of the line of from 100 to 1"J0
guns, with machinery of 1.000 horse power;
twelve frigates, of which six are to carry CO
guns; three of the second class, of 50 guns;
three of the third class, of 31 guns; six cor
vettes of the largest class; two sailing lrigates
and two corvettes with propellers; two tran
sport ships that may be armed in time of war;
eight gun-boats, Lc. All the Governments
that have seacoast and ports are engaged in
rendering themselves naval. A Russian
squadron is expected at Toulon. The British
press calculates that in another year Fiance
will possess forty screw line-of-bnttle ships.
It deserves to le remarked that, while there
is a general increase of land and sea arma
ments, all the" Towera profess the strongest
desire and firm intention of durable peace;
and we may believe them. Tbey are not less
earnest iu promoting internal improvements
of every description. In a rt cent American
speech the term decrepit is applied to Europe.
This strikes me as an utter mistake. Europe
is advancing wonderfully in Bocial energies,
intellectual forces, the mechanic arts, the
application of the grand discoveries of the
coutury. the improvement ot laws and iusli
tutious." Tnu'writ or the Democbact i.n Ii.uxots.
A private dispatch to thetditor of this paticr
communicates the gratifying intelligence ot a
Democratic victory in Illinois. As the Demo
cracy have secured a mrjority iu each branch
of the Legislature, there is no doubt of the
reelection of Seuator Douglas.
We congratulate the couuiry on this result.
Amid the general wreck ot the Northern De
mocracy, il is consoling to be assured of the
steadfast fidelity of even a singletaie. It is
an advantage for the Stiuth that the onset of
Black Republicanism has been repelled at a-i
important point. It is a victory for the Un
ion when the ascendency of the Abolition
party in the Senate is iostponed by the re
election of a statesman who has rarely faltered
in support ol slavery. Tlie SoiiL
The Coat of a Speech.
Ex-Sexatob Skwakii's Spkkc.i probtbly
cost Mr. Morgan, tbe Republican candidate
for Governor, from 5,000 to 10,000 voles in
this city, and 3,00!) in Kings, as. it may be
1.000 iu Richmond, though Richmond is nut
It also cost the whole County opposition
ticket here, the Sheriff, District A torae.-,
County Clerk, Supervisors, it;. A". J'.
What It Is Doing Fur Tlie Sick.
Fajixeu Keux, only niauulai-tiin-r of tho original
'-Kxlraet of Cuffce,". aaya : '-I know tliat your Mi
land Biltrri is one of the best medicines ia tho world
fur disordered stomach or liver."
ia. a'tMi, Editor of the Karkel, Baltimore, pro
nounces it a medicine deaerving the confidence of the
Hit. taiuHirr, lh leading German Iliysk-iaa of
Pennsylvania, ha prescribed It frequently during tea
List three yeara, with marked aucca, In debilitated
states of tho digestive organs, or of the system gen
The ilanacer of Halloa's Vinegar Factory, says:
-I naod It myself, and waa therefor induced to try
iu effect upon my wife, (treobled with th debility
common to all ot a consumptive Lab,) and realty it
is dtHng ber more good tlua anything ahe has ever
Auction Sale cf Groceries,
Tuesday Morning, November 9, at 11 o'clock
DILLON & CO.,
No. IS College, itroet. ' ! ;
"t YT ILL sell trout of their Warehouse the follow
II aug arueleaat Aucuoo: . ,
50 bags prime Rio Coffee; 200 doaea Uaaoa'a Black.
ha boxes Hyson Tea; log;
10 caeoa longer Wine, a 100 kegs Xaila, aaaorted
atoe article; iea;
40 botes extra Virginia SOO barrels Whiakyuiert
Ti-twcco; ed braoda;
TI boxes various brands SO barrela Holland Gla:
ot TeOJuco; lbf" ii
10 boxes Kentucky Leaf M bbla J. H. Smith'a Old
Tohaece; Reserve Whisky;
20 bair bbla. extra What- 2a tHd Duurbva W km
,0oo analUvanaSegara, U Old UonoagaheU
assorted brands; Vtitaky;
10 cases arooiatw Bit. M " aUlag Vise;
Ure; T one half casks Uugaae
IM reaoas Wrapping fa- draady ;
per; tO buxaa ttraadr;
Together ith aiuuareM other artarlee la make op a
complete ult, HIJ.11N o..
i.vbu-t4 " Ua. te.CwUugaauaei.
WU!J-.i mil mi ij.aa.
o. 30 Front Street,
' C A'V, A allO, '
HAS apocial facilities and many years' experience
tn filling oriiers for Clover nd other SedB;
Chorse; Star nnd other CaiK'.les: Ijird and IJnseeil
His; Cordage, and other article of Oiio I'roduco'und
Sella Gotten; Btonms and Pie T.-on: Pried Fruit,
FMilier; B-eawnxr Ginseng, fcc.; making quick sr. lea
aud promjit returns. uov!?-if
PUBLIC SALE OF
Two Valuable Farms.
OV WKTiXESDAY, the 8th nf rwrmhor em
next, the undersigned will ! n Ihe-vH
hi"het bidder, that valiial.lt- Ksrm in Wiili;m-fj5
son county .known ok the "Wilkin's Wltittield" jSt
Farm, cwit-tlninir ahont 4"8 nort-s, tvii on tlie waters
of Trace Creek, which enters Iii Jlarix-th in Uic
vicinity of the Tillage of Tank, in lutviilson countv,
near the Itlchlaml anil Ceutrevillo Turuiiike, about 14
miles from Nasrtiville
Persons wishinc to purchnge are jnvjtp,) to examine
tho lands and erem'scs, and they will find a farm of
exceedmp fertility of soil, well snitcl for tock rstHing
liy its sujieri'ir ti taptalien to the growth of blue grass,
and its tH-aiitifiil piippiy of pure clock-water.
Tlie nn iersiimed will also sell to the hiirhest bidder,
at the Kime time and plac, that beautiful Farm be
longing to Mr. I.iivcnia Craighead, ror.tiitiine about
19'l acres. aljii!iinK the abov tract or land. Iioth of
these t'lictn united, will make one of ttie best Ftock
Farms to its size in MiilillelenneFSee.
The undersigned has also about R! acres of finely
Timbered wood-land, within 2 miles of the farm,
which will be sold with the first mentioned firm.
If, npon consultation with tlm; who wisli to pur
chase, on the day of wile, it be found proper, mv firm
can bediriiled Into two or three tracts. There will be
afforded a chance for buying three beautiful farms,
with comfortable dwellings on each.
Thes kinds will be for sale privately until tbe 1st of
TVceuilx-r. For all information call on the subscriber
llvine in N"ahville. -
TKRM.S tK SALE .One t) i i rd of the purrhnae money
will be required in cash, or notes which can be ilU
coiuited in bank at IHt days, the balance in one, two,
three and four years if desired , with interest addon
and a lien on the laud retained until all is paid.
JOIINT. HIIX, Apont.
The abore Palo will be conducted by Nance &
K. R.Gi-iscorx, Auctfoneer. nov5eodfcwtiI
FRESH STOCK FALL AND WETTER
Fnrnishin?; and Fancy Goods!
Just received to-day and for sale at
3. M. )lc(iil fili'S
COHXKKOF miMC SO.CAKE NI COLtEUK ST.,
A?I'M-!?!'II assortment or
"White and Colored Marseille! Shirts,
every size, gtylo and pattern, warranted of the best
While and Colored Linen Hosom Shirts, till sizes and
warranted to fit as represented at limu of salts.
Cross Plait Linen ltosoin Shirts;
Embroidered Linen 11 ism n Slnrts,
A l.ir;;n and well selected stock of
of American, Cashmere, Shaker Flannel, Murine,
Canton Flannel, and Cotton.
Undershirts and Drawers.
Just rec-eived mid lor sale by
nov6-tf J. H. McGILT.
T7"in and Silk plain Gloves;
tV Kid " lined "
lleitin and Casimere (Ilovcs;
Kick pkiin and lined (Stores;
Itnck and Cloth Ueiits' t;au..tli-ts;
Kid. Silk and Cashmere I. lilies' Gauntlets;
And other styles too uuuieiuus to iiu-mion, just re
ceived and lor bale, by
unvG-tr. J. II. McGIIJ.
AI.Rf!E stock of Indian, Cashmere, Lamb's
Wool, WiiiP- and C'-lored M 'l ino, and Brown
and White British Cuttou Half Ilose,just received and
lor sale by
nov6-tt J. II. MctllLL
LACK and Fancy Straris, Ties, Storks, Cravats
and N ijioleou,jusl received lo-ojiy at
j. ii. .mis;iu.'s -
Ladies' and Gents' I'lirnislui e Store,
novB-tf cor. College aud Square.
KXIX'UTOStS' SAL.K P
15 0 SLAVES
And Other Valuable Iroicrlj-.
THK uiid-rs!gned, us Kxeciilors tif the Will of SAf-CKLTtlWN.-KM'.iliifased,
late or M:nlison Coun
ty, Alabama, will offer for sale to the Inchest bidder
at I lie Oiitcrv, IX FRtl.XT OF THK Col ltl' HtlCSE,
IX m. XTSVllJ.K, Alabama,
On Wednesday, tha 15 ih of December, 1858,
S'Veu I'laiilattoiiS, lien i al li-r described, lie tigiug
to the esuti! of s lid dece;ist"l. tiiu a credit or 1,
4 uu 5 years, in eipiaJ annual in.-taliiicuui (iai:ii, insLal
nietit to hv-ur interest, payable anutialiy from day of
Kile,) to be secure-i by the bonds of tho purchaser,
w ith al least two securities.
On Friday, the 17th of December, 1858,
Ther will sel 1, at Tiibhc Auction, ou Mm TKAGl'E
I'L.'CK, 13 nnles north of lliiul.-vi!le, a large quatitity
of peri.-iliable proMirty, belong. ug to tin; ut" of said
deceased, consisting of Corn, Fo lder, O.its, Wluut,
Kye,MiiU-s, 11. uses. I'nrk lings, .-lin k Hogs, Oxen,
Milch Cows and oilier Cattle, a ton Head, Wagons,
Flows, Hoes, A!t-s, and other plantation ut'-nsils.
being the perisliable property ttf raid estate belonging
to the Teagtte, K1D3 and Mullins plantit 9.
On Saturday, the 18th of December, 1858,
They will sell m the like manner, on tho MA1UIX
l'LACK, all of Hit) perishable property of said estate,
belonging to the Smith, Aiiinuett aud Martin I'lanla
tions ol said eslaU', consisting of the same kind of ar
ticles, that are advert! ed uhove, for sale at the Teaguo
I'lanlutioii. If uot conclmled on Hie JSili, tht) sale
will be continued until the following M ui lay ; aud any
article advertised for sale ou Hid lTih, winch may not
be sold on that day, will ho kold ou tho lMli or 201 1),
at tlw M.rtin riace.,.- ' . --..- '
On Than lay,' the 231 cf December, 1853,
They will soil, on the J.K'KSOX COL'XTY' PLACE of
said testator, iu J u ksoii County, Ala., all tho perish
able Froperty of laid estite, ou arnd planutio.i,
(Slaves and Cotton excepted) consisting ofsiaor eight
huudrcd barrels of Corn, about ;it) Stacks of Fodder,
soveral slacks of Outs, a valnabio lot of pork and
Stock Hogs, 12 or 15 head of Mul-'S and Horses, a (itn
Head, Corn shellerWoi k iixvu, Mdch Cows, Ottic,
Wheat, Wagons, flows, Hoes and ttiher llaiitalioiis
Iuipleiueiits. These ih-s will be made on a credit of
six mouths, with luUircst from d.iy of sale.
On Thursday, the 30th of December, 1858,
And from day t day. until thes.tle slinllbe co.ictuded,
they wills.-il In Front ol the ODIT.T llOl'.-K, iu Ilunu
si iile, Alabama, about
151 L.ikely IVegro Slaves.
Consisting of Men, Women and Children, the great
er port of whom arc uuustially well trained plantation
hands. The SUvi-s will tx- s-i!d on a credit ol IZ
luonilis, with mu-rcst fr-iin day ol silo. lt-n-l, with
at l -asitwo seciiriti -s di lo reipiired of pm-cLoscrs.
THK JACKSON I'l.ACK. Tais plaitlalion is m
Jackson C-itiut v , Ala , ali oil tlvo iniies north c.-ist troin
t c liellel'oiile i'.i-iot on th.- M -tiiii:s and Cli.u'lestoii
Railroad, nnd cntair.s abunl S,-l aces, of whit h
aliotit 1 ,iXk), or more, are t -i-ured an t t!i b u.ui. e
well t nilMTi-d. ll Is one of Itn- best dtt -u l laiiti
tioiis iu Jackson Comity, and well adapted lor a large
Slock Fumu. It lias upon it a I.n g - and cuniii.cli ..n,
two slery bin 1. tlwelhng, wdli a gooit ba-e-meut,
a brick kiteh ?n a giu ho me, c- lion press,
and such other out houses, aji are rcpu.-ile. Wr.
I'rslon ilrowu.who res.duip u luis place, will .how
its Iweind.iries l- nrsiKis wislnng to purcuase.
THE SMllH l'LACK is m 11 1 Ii.-. a Cindy, Al.ilwn.i,
about i;i utiles iiotth est of liiluUvilic, (miiUum
about GoO ai:.es, ot w hich ub"iit 4oacriiart L-eart-d,
ai d lilc biailit o well tititn. re I. It ua UeuuUiul piau
Liteni,aiii one of tlie ui -sl -tro i-t ceti -u I.n no- lit
Lie u.-ig.ltoi lokHl. It li.tj UhiU It, a il Hilling htmn,
sii ltlil - ou hous-s, a g k i on ha. a, and couvcuieul
lo l.llllb.W Mill gi ul luuls.
THK A MON'KiT FLACK is ab.eit onr and a half
m Kid nulla werti'roui t'ae d ii. Iu 1'uoe, and aoout tlie
same dlsla-tnj sooth e.iM l.-oni tlie old t -wn e. II -
legfLS-J, t Mil l!. S ul'. Ul 12M OlH-s, ol wtlrth slluul
4tl are cleare-!, tho balance t.ui'e-re.l. Has a g eal
ho-lS-, lie a colt. ill p.i-ss, Ui-.'o c.li.ue, a.l. oUitrr oil!
boiuu-s, sail ew -lleiit ai.il ntrlur I. Il it inlcim-ctisl
on h or 111 caM by tin' lUii'nu I oik of Hail, and
Convenient o luniber and grist mills.
THKMAKT1X l'LACK lies immediately west of and
ailjoumig the Amon-lt l'l.re, aud, m Rh torm, that
tlie two places wtuld m.ike one cotiveua-nl ploiilaUoo,
cotiluius about MO acres. of wua. li atHiul iiaiarc clear.
h1, and the balauee in timber, lias upon a a u well
ing bouse, comlorlabie out houses, and a guud urcuard
and a one ot must productive uoturn lajruis la loo
THK TKAGl'E I'LACC ia on the Meridian I load , 13
mih-s north of liunuviile, and ona mild wvst id tho
Martin Flac, cmitaiu about l a urn, of shell
alMiut 60 acres are cleared. 11 ts u;i"U it a brick
dwelling house, gin house, a new cotton pre, cutu
forlable negro cabms, and other oul-hiMW. It wa
formerly fcuown as the Morg tu Smith (dace.
THE MLLlJNtf l'l-: lies ab wil 1 miles north wesi
of H.ixlegreeu, and near Townacu-t'a (Pin.-riy Nd
lUvid f) Mills, contaming b .t ies.ol wlia:h about
4-H0 acres are cleared, luo baUuce 111 Timber. Has
upm a negra eabius, stattiesan 1 olhor out houses.
THE klNU l'LACK 1S Uiunedwu-iy welof. aud
adj-iiomg the MuiliasFUce, aud tae l wo wuuld b o-u-veaienuy
culUvaU- l as ouo plaulaUoa. It eosUias
aiKHil 4 1 acrva, of a bicli abint 1"0 acres ore ck-rl
aud tho balance in tinilier. lias upt. it a dwelhiig
bouse, U'gru cabins, and other out Imum-ii.
All of taw Mo-iiia-u Coanty l-taiiiai.oa are in tlio
same neighborhood, aud upoa tliat beaut-lu! and mmh
admired pboaaa of Uwl, U twoeu Uia lurrru and
Hrwr I'orks ot Flint river, kuowu as Uia 11-iilegrvcn
country. Tlie soil ak suiue ul Uiom lao.U, urigiual
ly .rf Uw HKST ICAUI V o upiaa is, ho Iwl srnie
w hat injured by a too Ire-ocut utte.ii uf GoUuu
cr. but 1uiiii a good viay fo.uiuaiou , can bo ro
atored, by a proi-r .y.u-ui uf cuitnii:..
It ic apprabeadod, Ual puixuaeia lor all these
places cannot be fouoJ Ul th nt!siil-rUu! ; and lb
attention of persons si a duueu, uiu.g sJanuiioua
M uivaadto lbs Vla-llsoaasweUas lUc Jn.. Cvui.t
piacaw. Mr. aBluel C- Towavamid, whorraWes near
liix-cgreeu; au J Hie ovsrsaers hating charge of laa
didoreut planes, will pouil out taa UMiUdaraa to per
sods wishing lu r lamme lueui.
B. n.CABAMSS, Kleeutort f
8 C. TO NfKNI. j.-tarauvlTowaaeail, dee'd.
HuutiviUe, AU.,Nov.3. 19i.
3IACGUi:tiOR Ai IIANKIIKAD,
General Commission Merchants.
CABOS DIXIT STrXLT,
JAMKH BAV.UEAI CO., NaahTille, T., will
luake cah advauora ua Ctdloo, T iboto aud atUl
r lrului- ait.puant to Iha aiiwva tioUae. .
First appearance of 3Ir. aad 3Irs. Clias. Hcnrir
FROM the principal Theatres of England aud tho
Tnesday Evening:, Now. Otb, 1858,
Will be presanted. for tho tirs lime in Xashvillo, the
thrilling nomestic lirama of the MMH MAX OF
MAXCHKSfFR. Tom, tbe Immb Man, Mr. Chaklks
Ha-m. Jane Wilton, Mrs. BAfcLES llBxia. ttverture
by the Orchestra To conclude with the celel-rnted
Burictw of THK WA TERM AX. Tom Tug, Mrs. Cbas.
FOR TUB BENEFIT OF
HISS ADA YKWU,
rrefs. TAYLOR, PLVCL'ELY AND BECKER,
ARTISTS OK WFJX KXOWX KKI'L'TATIO.V.
The Concert will be at
ODI FELLOWS' II Ala
On Wt-diiesday" IViIir, Nov. lOtli.
For iKirticulars sec Email bills.
Concert Extraordinaire !
THE III-TORiCAI. HK IETV OF TKXNESSK.K
hike -le;is.ure in tuuiouin ne; thai then- will be
a CRAXH CtlNCWtr Riven, ii r the benel.t ,A the
Society , in tlie Chal r the N ASHVH.LK I'KMAUC
ACAIiKMY: the use. id which b -iiiit.fel Hail has
Ihju very liberally ollered by the l'tincirml, Kev.
C. 1. rLUtrrr.
The Concert will tiike place u
Friday Kreuliig:, Sov. 12tli, 1858.
The following gentlemen have most kindly u-n-teiiilered
their valttiible services :
Prc&. George UL. Taylor, Henry "Weber, 0.
Becker and Julius Pinguely,
Assisted by Mad. l'E R( KJ1IK, trs. KK-mvc, and a
large number of the most talent d amateurs of the
city, of whom the city can boast a treat many, com
prising ltipi-lhfr a larger force than lo,s ever he
fore appeared in this city in an osteiuimre corcert.
It is expected to be-one of tlie most interesting
enjoyable concerts of the season.
Iu the I'll a pel of tlie XaKliville I'r
. male '.Academy.
FRIDAY, XOVEUUEU 12. 1:08.
Poors oi-en at 7 1. L; Convert to comnu-nctf at 8
P. ?.!. Aiiuiission il 00.
K Tick- is can be procured al tl-e Music Stores of
Messrs C. H. Ilenson, .his. Met lure, an t John B.
I West, and at the Book Stores of M --srs. W. T. Iter-
ry & Co., John iork & Co., aud Y . ll-ican.
Srcoud Public Sale of the Bovil Lets.
THAT all may have an nnportutiity of hiiviup a
desirable rc-sidt nice Iot,cspeci:iliv many of those
w ho were not present at our first sale ou tlie ftth ol
October. We wilt on Ti'KSIiA , XnV. !H1I AT 11
O'CI.IH'K, A. M., on the premises, sell to the leuhest
bidder, about 40 of those beaiitilul re-idern e lots in
the litlYD AHlUIluVTO W1-T NASH VI1.1.K. A utiiii
ber ol" the hts we will sell on Church street.
Ik) et lail to attend this sale cnli.il ion ns usual.
Omnibuses w ill leave our ofiici- corner oT I!road and
Market street, ut 10 o'clock on d:iv of sale.
L. L. A-'K. W. UKiiWN',
E. R. Cla.soock, Agent. 44,', Cherry slreet.
LAKGE AND EXTENSIVE SALE OF
Marble anil Alabaster Works
O F A II T ,
itv iji:j. i'. siiii:i.is.
0V WKHNKSHAV ANI THll'IiAY. llIKlOTiland
Hth, will he sola at 10 o'clock, A. M . al my
Auction Kooiu, a spb-ndid collo iion ,,' Marble anil
Alabaster SPitues, the Kiielish I'ot-ts, Simkspi are and
Milton, the Creek Slave, the Three 1 1 incnm (iirls by
Conova, tJroitp of !iana, tiroup of Cli uiiv, I'asto
velle.by Sol uni; also a lare colleclio-i ol tUrlile and
Alabaster Vases, Ltriiscan, Ileb--, Medicis, Roman,
tireciaii, Florentine, Vellow ol Siema and I'.ir.litl.s.of
various sty les and sizes; lasleful and Kli-irant al d
Receivers, Ib-lKlan I jell on I'e.hsials. Fruit Hew l s
mi l Flowi r Visan, beautiful Florentine and oien
worktil Uiskets, Fountains and l!ins, with many
other arm les iMith useltil and orcuinentai.
Tlie above collection of j;immIs is well worth the ul
teiition of Amateurs of tlie Fine Art, as it contains
requisite for completing the refined api-aram e of
fVawifx UiMitus and I'arlors.
The ennds will be ready lor exhib lion on Monday
the 8th Hist., during the day and i veiiini;, tl e citizens
and especially tlie Indies, are invit-d to call and ex
amine the e.iixls and ullend the sal;'.
Catalogues ready on Monday next.
novS-ld. I'.KNJ. F. SHIELDS-
OPENING DAY .
IU E A T j$y O ll K .
STEAMLfiATS SITPLIED AT ALL HOIKS AT
ro. 23 Soutli Trout si reef .
"XTF would iiiforui our old c iistiiiiiers and the pub
V V lit: at large IhuUwe have ri--op-i.ed our MKAT
STORE as above and will continue to keep an excel
lent supply of choH-e Fresh and Salt .Meals m all kinds,
to which wo iuv.uj the alluiilinu oi Sle uilUoatcliK'H
Xts" t'eople livina- in the country can nt uny time of
tin-day obtain Fresh and Silt Meats; also, I r.ed Hoi-f,
Smukwl aud Oreeu Salted Tongue, lis Feet, Ac, iu
quantities to suit.
44- Families supplixl with I'ickled Fork, lU-ef and
Ijiiu iu barrels und had barrels
L. C. CUIXUAX ic IxiVIX.
NEW . ADYEUTiSi: .ilKXT,
THK undersigned has the f.illoAiui; bt.x-k on hand,
wliu 11 is ollered to the public at reasonable rales
lUrk Mills, 1'uliey 111 h ks,
IdockTin, aiiitcil Tubs, "
I'oiler Rivets, - - 1'iue l.uuil-er,
Churwa, . " " I'umptiiaioe, ,
Cldiar Mills, I'oi-t Aii(jets, '
Card Clolhinjr, Fine Tubinir,
Crow Bars, - Rai'road Scraiiers,
Corn Sliellers, Lmg Ir.ive! ers,
Corn Crushers, Roller Cloth,
Copier Ikdtotus, Sprini. s and Axles,
Copper Sheels, Screws,
Cult SkUIS, SM-ltel ,
lloors. Sheet 111 ass,
Ihllls, Ski. is,
Fan Miil, Slieiwins.
Fire Crick, Spin-lie ILt'eling,
F-rce l-tittii'S, SvaU-s,
(las l"iH- Klbows, Stinil Machines,
(.mil il '.Is, Shuttles,
limn I'.iekme, SI me Ware,
tinnlen FJimues, Sheel Im I ,
liy ir tut llos-, Straw Cutlers,
llel.iles. Tinner's Rivets,
Hydraulic R.HIH, Tinner's Cupper,
Iron, t 'Iruee Cuaius,
sole ly-alher, liul lil-,
l-e itlur lb-its, , TliresUuis- M ichiues,
Meat S i;r-rs, Wire,
M. -at Cult -is, Wi-o.it.-ht Spikes,
Nuts .V Wa.-tUiTS, , Wheel IUii'oas,
I'lrfLca l, Weil Crank.
II. U. IdCKKV,
no-. 3. No: 41 Market i-treel.
COME ATLAST. -
srixiAL. otici: iscai.i.i:i
Tcrks' Honse Fnrnishin? Es1a!'!is! inrnt,
4C Vi' ST.ilKI, over if.mrlv) JIuLt' China Jall,
J. C. IarIcn & Co' China Hall,
I ubllc Squr-t MaalttlMe.
UJ lU I.KCUil.iKin. ol a rtcth luvnut I liiearta lsa
oil luiif, a ad to bo kept al ili.s est iloiidiuiesl,
niav bo ii-ol , ilec.-itive f tin- ki-i.t o:' basuo-ss pro
j"l t.i Ih uoitt, and the arla'ic now rt-.i - lor sale
to tuli l"rr, al lower pra.es lo.iu i'.ic saaw kiu.i of
Co.n1s bit.- been uruaily so:.l i:i tins market. All
li- uovelties, iuiirvtinirtili and ai ls to leaking
ho'se kei-pii.( rsy, aurinaolti and Lib ir s.iii.k, mui
b-Kei-t up w lib, and mlriiluccil , al li.is o..ect M. A
Call Irolll all house ke-pora, a i ilaalli e wleiex
peel to be, with tlie tormer patron, ami Irieuds of
"Hi ks'i-Tnua Hall" Isrcspet Uul!) t iU-d !.'
octtt-U A. II. UlCKS.
Plirlan Iinpro Uilliurd Ta
llt;!. and Cuiiilituatiuu
Prolci led by Lellers Patent, daU-d
Veiiruary t'.i.lsjo, iv-ceiuber R.1S57,
(Miilit-I J), isio, January li, lidn.
if The roceut improvetnenU niaie in Uhh fables
maai-s itiem ui.aurjiaaod ta Hie world, they ate
now on-red to Hie scienliuc Uilhard li ver a coiobiu
lii( tyvt with trntb, aever bjlore ot.taiued ta aoy
U.ltiard Table. tUM-aroums Tt and J- Uruadway
i . Manuiaciory , 4 Auu street.
oct;i-iu oie alauulo. lurera
VIIirEXl of twolve p- r ce.it. on t Cajntal
Sf-k ot tho Xa,ivd.a CoHiui-n al I iwuur
t no.'ojiy was liiiaday do-iafed hj Lie Ii.kxK., out
tif tij piuats id the loataia in.ulu.
Nov l.lvni. J JkMto WALKER, Sec'y.
HAVlNli quulilWd aa AJnoaa.traUr ol the ei-Ute of
laaxiaa Itaiiuwa-r, ilecvaiwd, of CUcaiuani
coumy . uiaa hereby (ikik iIIUium inoeou-d to
tla said Ule tu make pa) Uhclil, aud ail ttaoae bat u
rlaliua aaaant said awUkW are rsaaud tu U-v toe
aalue w itu Uie (kit id ibe t'ouuiy tuurt d t n, -lUatu
tvuuty ateordm to law, as the lu-iU.n. y aail
slate has beea auald. ti. W. KilLLTuN.
box 4-tf AdutmUtrali-r.
Memphis .Medical Collcce.
rTllt tioxi recajwr Srau ttiui tlMea;Lui aiisual
X Course of Lectures la ttos inai.taiaun, lunw
ri.enceoa MOMAY.1llK L-T IUV HI NoVtlaKlJt
Mil. Tlii iuu lusai sUxkus w ill be a Irum tbe
1U of (Kt tbwr. 1 be aeeaiMi will ci-atmoe aaul sue
1st of lUcii. SlrdS Al atudeala auU b K-sait at
IB b'l ibbiuk f lh seaeaan. TUuwe dcauuij larlber
Uiforiuatnui, will Bsldreaa,
JOHS aHIJ4A'RTn1f,y. H-,
aal&-lawa . Uwaa, a4 1U Cuik.s taLaaa-t.
W. T. BCK11Y & CO.
; HA VEJUST RECEIVED
' '-THE "POETICAL WOBXS OF
Fitz Greene Halleck,
A NEW FliITIOX.
1 vol., 12mo. Cioib;
A NF.W lUXSTRATOT EPITIfiS
In one Volume, 8vo., w ith splendid Steel-plate Bias.
tr..thi:s. ' Cloth, ; ,
A new eilitioii of this popular anthor'a Poetry has
long bee-oalh4 for. This edition baa rocojved the
author's latest additions and corrections.
Blonde and Drnnrttr;
Or, THE GOTHAMITK ARC.VPY.
1 vol.,12mo. Ckdh.
As a picture of otie of the most familiar phases of
New York life in tlie held of tbe middle millions,
"nioudu and Brunette" is as true a it is piquant. Its
landscapes-are from nature, and its tigeres from lis--lug
(rroups. There eould scarcely be a novel with
less fiction; so real are all its scenes and incidents,
that it brings every reader face to face with some of
bis dearest friends in the walks of kid and crinoline.
W. T. 15i:ilKY & CO.
U K VF A LSO JUST RECEIVER
XEW YORK TO Iin.HI By the way of Rio de
Janeiro, Australia and China. Py Rout. B. Mijrrr,
Jr. 1 vol., limo. Second edition. Illustrated with
THE noCPEHOLn ROOK OF P0ITRY Collected
and edited by Ciuklu K. llisx. 1 vol., 8 vo., half
RATIONAL COSMOLOUY; Or,T-B Eterxal Pbisci
pus ami.tbb Nkok-sjky L-iasor the I'vivment. Dy
Lckk8 P. Hk-xok, I). P. 1 vol., Svo.,397 paffes.
HISTOitY OF CIVILIZATION IN ENGiaND. By
HKNtv Thomas l't-cxijc Vol. l,8vo., 677 pages. From
the second London e-lition.
COBB'S LAW OF SLAVERY,
LAW OF IYEGK0 SLAVERY,
United States nt America;
TO WHICH IS I KEF1XFI)
H, IIISTUBK AL SSETI II (IF SLAVERY.
T.Y THOMAS R. CORI5, OF CFORG1A.
Vol. 1 iu law Sheep,
Just received by
nov4-tf V. T. Ki:iCVV A: CO.
LIBRARY KDITIONS OF
The Standard BiiiMi Classics,
IN t'NlFORM RlNPINi!, linio. s ze, yia:
AlUdSON'S WORK'S, Six Vohim. s ;
COIJiSMlTH S Wt HKS, Four volumes ;
HI-LI 'INK'S WORKS, Four Volumes ;
SMOIJJ-.TT'S WORK, Six Volumes;
STERNE'S WORKS, Two Volumes ;
SWIFT'S Wi RKS.Six Volumes ;
JOHNSdX'S WORKS, Two Volumes;
HE FOE'S WORKS, Two Volumes ;
LAMM'S WORKS, Five Volumes :
IIAZL1TTS WORKS, Five Volumes;
l.FICH HI NT S WORKS. Four Volumi-s ;
laiSWEIL'S JONNSON, Fmir Volumes.
Each work is i'.lustrsted with one or more fine steel
engravings For sale by
W. T. V.K'.'Air A Co. Puhilc Sipiare.
Mr. Leonst'elloty' Xcu Volume.
M 1 Ia i: S ST A IV 1) I S II ,
A New Volume, liy the Author of "Evangeline,"
'Hyperion," '-Hiawatha," Ac, Ac.
Tlie priticijial piM-m, w ha li gives the I tie to the book
is a love story of the early Pilgrim days, and is nearly
as long as "Evangeline." The heroine nf the tale la
tho beautiful Puritan maiden, I'riscilla, whose
name has become historical as one of the first of
those heroic women who lauded nt Plymouth. Just
received by W T. I1FKRY A; Co.; pi.blic Square.
For Sale by JOHN YOEK & CO., No. 38 Union
Sheridan's Prama! ic Works and Life.
(iuizot's llii-tory of Reprosctiiave (nvernnient.
rondos' History of the Arabs iu Spain.
Sturm's Mormi'g Conimiitiioii with ;!.
Chilliugworth'a Religion of Protestants.
Piocariu's Iec uner.-n.
Caiiauto's Exemplary Novels.
liede's Ecclemastical History i f England.
Mallet's Noitlu-rn Anluj-'ilies.
Kllis'g Eirly English Metrical R'.m inro.
Chronicles of t'.ie Crusmles lll.istrated.
Early Travels in Palestine, with a map.
Keightlcy's Fairy Mythology Cm kshank.
Hand Hook of Proverbs Siyings, Maxims, 4e.
Icing's Portraits of Illustrious Personages.
Maxwell's Victories of Wellington.
Iafe of Wellington, by an Old Sddier.
Tales of the Ccnii from the Persian.
Pictorial Hand Kook or !ndon.
Tasso's Ji-rusalem m-hvered.
History f I he Atiitln Saxons Illustrated.
Arisbi's Orlamto Furiiem line sti-l pbilea.
Biuomis's N'iuevah and Its Pula-e Illustrated
Rapluud and Michael Angelo Illustrated.
Mulrie's Ilrilish Rirds colored plates.
Fieuch Crayons, Cray mi Paper,
Hill Fih-s, Hristol Hoards,
Ix-tlcr Cl!, French latin graphs.
Inkstands, I'O kl.nls, l .k and Wafers,
For sale by Joll VoRK A T.,
novfl. N . I'uion Hrei-t.
M Va l i i UOOkS
r. ii a c; a N,
ISo. 3ft ?larkrt .l reel.. nli llle.
Is now receiving a lull supply uf the fidlow ing works
nc.H TK i: or :m:mc iir,
WiksI, Watson, Iinigli. ii nnd Americau Ixlocttc.
Sharpley A lOiialn, llnrner and Wilson.
CariK-nter, Kirh k Pi.ei t, iel '-mpcr.
Iaf liol.ijrj ,
(Jro.a, (tr Juuea an 1 Sireu tint's Iillwdocarsl
Cruli am, Regea-tlt I .e. i... lir.-it-r and Silliaaaa.
i-aterla :!- Ira,
rercl-a, I'u t -d SUit s I isj-riisatory , Pat le, Mitchell
Miller's Principles, Ec h n, I'ruilt's I'odera, Ac
41 lisle tries,
Caa.-nrau, rw-we.-, K.ni.le.ih.iro, M.-Igs and Ash.
well on diseases of Females, Ac.
Taylor and IWW.
yi l-ella tiMim,
Parrt"h's plini-1-ii.i y . I'earfland on the Artlow of
Mi-dirinis Ne II A Sn.uli's OotiMnr, triolet bud's
Sin.K-nl Vade )li-in, Iidlow Maanal, The l'nife. j
Ststrii f iM-rtor, Sargent's Mirer Surgery, Swiah's j
Mm-r S -rgerj , Wilson's !ih".--tor, HiM.per's MedM-al
ln,ti.-l.a y , OuuM-r's Snrswal Incliofiary , Krl(aa
the Sim, Wilson mi I be Sk hi , p nrnst Vstir, ryrbv.
pe-tia of the Prac'ae of M sla-ne, il'u Many fibers.
For sale al NolUi.-ra Pbbia at o prh es by
V. H A'S Af,
or l'-tf Utrketsl.
The atlenlt o of THE Il .l.S la especially la r tied
to the follow tut bat of late
Mrs. Hale's KeceiHfor the Wilis.
Hm lo. he 'a New Cookery Id-ok.
Mrs. Wtddid-l-l's Practical Receipt nok
Mr. Croweti'a Aaiers an 5)tcm of Cwikery.
Mrs. Wi-Uu-rV lDijrJ la4. .4 kwips.
Jsst r.veltl by 11IAS. W. S1IIT1!,
o.l.-eU ICil 41 1V:W-C HnsL
Xfir Medical Books.
THE NEW lilTI'JN OK WATSOVS PKACnCT, 1800
THE NK EIHTIOS f WtKlDtJ PRACTICE, TWO
THE NEW WilTloN OK f. S. liLSpLNSATuEY
THK NEW AJ'ITloS OK M'XCUSOXU WCT10N".
IT wb otnet Medical Buofca, km Datuerotat U krties.
larla,at rbiUdrlpaia rrirea, fur sale by
IHARIJ2 W. FiinH,
ocl-tf aas 41 Cidlrfe strw4.
Ciiui'.b' run oSOVkiiii:ii. TUeUd-
J Na l-r Noraber, 1 -, buauulady Ulu4xaed
lust received and (or aaue by ,
tohs rrRnrsu-Mtt rtACU flavored tobacco,
j fr sale oy
LEA & PI2 ICR IKS'
TO BE THE
Only Good Sauce,
AX9 ATrttCjLMlM TO
; OT A IkTTKa FKOK A
TO HIS BROTHER.
" Tell I. FA A PER
KINS that TH1.IH f
SAFCE Is I'ighfy es
loomed in iiiiM.iii!
i, m my (pinun,
tlie inir-t phl.-,tal.ie,
aa well as tl.s loi s
a l.atesniii- m r i
1. I "
that is liliifli1
The only Me4a! awarded br the sr of the Xewr
ork Exhibition p.r Foreign sauces, was oluained br
IA PFJtRIXS, for their WOHCrlFRHU:FSAt"t E
the world-wide fame of whicli liuving ad to uiiine.ioi:a
imitations, purchasers are earnenly rmjnest. d to -that
tlie names iif "LEA l ERKkN.-' are tmpreswed"
Uxiu the Isdtleaud Stopjx-r, and iniiK'd Uj-oii Uu- la
bels. Sole Wholesale Agents for the Pnifd States,
JOHN DUNCAN U S0SS.
Wo. 405 irroanly, .. V.
.lock always in store. Also, ocdi-rs received fcr
direct shipment from England. omyii lysecp
BFtrriFCL roHACCO at S cunt-, warranted;
Just receit ed at
nova. J. W. L.VNKI.FV CO.V.
COP A It TA K P P 1 1 1 P A OT KT'.
ry . HARRIS. W. II. ;iRlaiN, W. O. I!Ai:ri-,
V . and F. H. HAKRiS, have llus day asj-uviaicd.
thetns-lves together iindi-r the stvle i f
II1KRIS, (.OIIDO.T L CO.,
SOU HIK It KI-OM. of TIUXS.imr. A
Cfnrral Coinniisjion & Forwartf!: rnvir.rss.
At Ike 'Jd stand nf If. II. G .rd m ! Co.,
oshv III-, Tion.
W. II. C! riN A C ., will coi.Qi.ue the Factoi y ni.il
Mill Agei cy us hereiol.ire iu the wa'ehi t - i.i w lie
ing erected, inlj.ilning the one svsiijiivd by Lam ,
t.orilou A Co.
Nashville, Nov. 1.1R5S.
l II I -vr' "'" an t iiiie st.lr t ..r.::c, i;a
V t SUM
ore and for sab-tic
ii.v.:r.i-!rt;ni:i)tiN ,t t o.
fC P.AI.f extra h-vy -.' . bushel Cum v lUgs,
tJVf lust received and for site h-
uovC. IIA'TTCl"5', (I'M'UN A Co.
'-R''FIrs.uiCs Aurora W!iv;
Jll 2i' do Sam II. lie's u "
in store ami for sale by
H-titR:, i;u':iiev rn.
Turk's hint Sa t.
tinnn rA,;s T- m ,,,r-r'.r s,t.. ,
-V7 1 HI imv2 fMl r. sri,ru:i.. .v to.
nTt HALFbarre's Mols.-s:
I J K.s ,j ,.,a p.a.r.r-
o.S h?s A llsplec ;
.SHU boxes No. 1 Cur Soap;
lu store anil f..r sale 1 y
"vi if tl:r.i, f!iRt o ,. ro.
QAft mi.ilVdC.-re- aad Pcg1, I ii.e, s-re O-t-tJtV
t-.n Cord, in store .-ml f.u s-.le Lr
n.t'Ko.No!:U'X A Oi.
OQQ 'JX,'-"; Ij'f' bo.-i.e .V S..I.-S ex. C.-!d Iir
Xi'l boxes I". M. f'o::'s No. I Tehnr. ,.;
.Ml do ,l.s. S. tii..: win Kos.-hi-d 1 '. I. ii-eo-
f.D lo K.-ii A .-anil.'s Tin f.i.i Ti r-.. . o
In store and lor Kite by
"ovj. H.kKKli. Collf A
Il l.l.. I of all sijr-s. iii store nnd for ml.- y
a a. in.
(ll.V.' HARKfS, Mil. I IN A CI I
7 E have Just received ll,.- lidkiWing T. b.l.-. o
fin boxes I.nighorii ; Art .-! a fsi on-.c- l imp
-i'i on n- i.tugi-ern S sou
'ih do J. w. X'M-tli t '
--'S !u W. Muiih. retinas
15 do R M. H...-tr,
Jft do K. . . Lis-, -
Vi do l-V o-e'a, -lti
do H. hlle,
Ai.y of th i nl.v-hras.'s will srdlew f.rc.ls
at Xes. 13 and Li ll.n.i i ..rr.-.-t.
not 5. lit til M- ( T.l A A Co.
S!:i?!(oii Warble U vjrks!
Cliurch street, iif-xt -I'M-r l Comi-hii'.- Cabinet bIis,
r 'HE undersigned would mlorte Lis I'neu.'s
L and the public vii-r.-.:U- r. -i I be il: i on
tintie the MARPI.E M IM.-. in fins i ...i W- -''"V
his shop, next i!or o Cornr-aes s Cil.-mt '- wTJ
shop, on Chur. h Street, atia ails ar-utiiii r,i
the s. m X of
.Mnrblf .tC-nnnirnrnt 'I'onilia, rr,,
fVhk h he h.-is isi efnSttsiii mid for sale, embracing a
great varicii , fitiK.'ird in t!e most sejeid n..,in,rr
lie is prein-d to ii.iuinturiure on tkic- -le il. -i n.-tu e
1 a r Ii I l a n I e I a ; and every -'e.-i , lien (
.llnrlile Work, m im- tln. t Aa.i-r.ran and lial
an Marble. ILs u.uk wi'.l. as hcn-toUre, be war
ranted, and bis ja ies to suit the liaies.
l'i'- tf M. U SHE1 Tl IX
riHK un-lersscBid have tlin day aociat.- l tl ein
J. aelves Ul the XI -reliant 1 ut-u Lig b s, ..I No.
lit Fiieui tlri.-t,.a.nlli-,Ii iiii. i i-v.
J.C HAft ! V,
J. il. ia A11M..
Mmiilny, Ocvdi-r CJth, isnt.
1. C. MlMVht.
J. W. 1.1 11LML
Haivey & Keating",
31 E R C II A X T T A I L TO ii S,
Bcalm in Ftur Cloths, t'aaabnrrri, Vfxliups,
JVo. 3 I I nlon Mrifl, ta-li llli-. Trim.
An rleaa-.t -irtine,,t .. Oeutl.-m-u's Foruishina:
CmhIs alMata .si kaud. llaatai- M-i-rmt- i .is ti.
cutting deui lineal. , i:-u
K. C ai.ice.
lll.xkN At 'M'U-KK.
II. C. A!DKItS0.V (0
Ho. 45 Karket itreKst, near the Square,
JVasliville, T uti
WPWIJAIJC AND KtTAIL lK tl.l.l .S l
imi urutlriiKU'k I'uiliixliiiu Low,.
Of o n r 4 ii 31a n n r a v t u i c.
riMIAVEl l 1. for the l.Uvr.tl pair.a.agu
t. rt . a u
A tiis-u ib r fi..tei..r a e. w-. i.r
b. g i . i.... in ti. r old ti a-u-i, t-.-.t'ii.. i
pul.lic iu f.-m-ml, th il e are now in .-. .
. . L ...
TALL ASD WIMtECOCDS,
wtiM-hluv l-e.-ii c iie.n ly m..i.u:..i i.ite.i to suii il, ia
mark. I. cmtir.u uig ll lue n. w aad L.t.-n ,i iU-ri.f
re.Ml U.ai. II, ea. ...-.i,.,l, , t. lat u,. ll t 1 ,,, nt.hll.g
tx-a. s lu g. I aliuedM:-. e
A lir-. al, I vai s-.l .ta'o:-:tw--i.l i-( b.-a. or p t I , loll-,
an-l i-tlier aaius id oer timUwi U':il,li wi.ahtl.u
Wra .li. it aia.'l from i-er In -nds and ci'rtorners,
fi-eln ( ixu. It lent we ran sit t 'te-n. l.i sf ) le au 1 ti.al ly
I (( ul Ln,rtmt nci iu doa.- il, . im in ,,i i, t
lor we jsi ch.iee.l olir k-o.alr lu s. II, ale .
yd lit '- let lh Ul go."
VZT l-lips'J l- l.o le lint the lu. . I 1. 1 . ,! k -Btetl.
atic l log 'H li.illd a tu . r n.i.. . 1 ,- 1 1-
Rtel:t .4 Itn' l l" liis, we ar:- pr.-,' ic ! lii tiM.ae a. I uc
m: tplFaia id e.otliu.g al ll.e sli I si te l.. js -f
.tN-lliari. K. t . i.M ,.., ot.CO.
sLKtnM taihu.v; tM,uM::i:M.
31. M I V.HXl 111 Ii,
"r.. 3 .tlark.it alit rl, . x.lit i:ic,
' I 'Af tl gr. al pU- sure ia 11....1 mu g lo ti let.i l-a
JL lr.. i.U C.e ,.1.01 . g. u,.iali I. ul It" . s.,n to
be found at oid aland with a large aas utm- ul of
l ist aiitl Couilnou Iirad)uisdr lo
lliliitf, I urulaliluic tiooda, alata,
C'h At., Ac.. Ac
Also, a rh..U". srb- tiou if Pate CimhIs, consisting ia
t-art of Fuiv Chubs, Cassiaiert-s ot ever cexrii.lion.
Silk aad Velvet vesting. In addition to the above
It. ere caa be found at tlie same place the ceb-l. rated t
Culler FIJULK, who w ilt aiwaa been band to give
tta.e lat oruig bun with a rail a bcauiuul HI. I'luih.
in( nuule to or-l. r ai d lailui uag suit doue in a niao
Brrtosive aaiu-l.iliou, both aairgarda prae and the
quaiay. lue SubaetHx-r t.a.s lu-a ax-Uiud ul u udrr
p.g ha thanks t- hia cuabmiera lr their slrouagO
aad b. gs a cNatinaanre t mm, aad rekiuertallie
-abhc ta call aud eaamme bis slot It belore put . bas
AU M-TMjas mdebu-d to tbe suliscrihcr w Jt pleue
a lue the same as Sanaa as u-ihi-, as the el l buai
aess an t be settled Lnaud luucblurUiv-r ludu'geut v
Calibut be allowed. oaitri aa ocU J-tljau
wau. t. CtJiKa.
C0. J. CLARK d. CO.,
No. 37 Waluut Street.
ClsirlaiaiaU, - - - - - - Otilo,
, IWeclve aad hell
V lour, t.raln. Provisions,
AJTS PRODUCE GE2TESJLLLT.
Hjr lunaigansaau rest'ev'tfully aulicited. 4a
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fta. H Ceraxv alrccl.
BdLS XX. JlIX, cAkra warrauied, lor rale by
aual U I XHLLuN A. V.O Jj