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IRA P. JONES
e. Ns. lo Dader1lt tret.
I TIew American Cyclopaedia.
"We acknowledge the receipt of the 4th vo
lume of this grent work. We bave "heretofore
eet lorth at length, what we 'conceive to be
"the Dimerous exellencles oTThe New Ameri
t can i Cyclopaedia, and it is now sufficient' to
-." add that the 4th volume sustains an equality
with its predecewow. The fidelity of the edi
tors and the publishers are equally praise
worthy. The indnrftry and energy with which
the labors of txrfh are prosecuted are worthy
of all commendation. The present volume
opens with -a notice of the life of O. A.
Brownmv and closes with the city of Cbartres
France, containing 766 page. We regard
this work as of the greatest value to all
classes of men containing in itself a mass of
information compact and lucid, which is to be
found no where clue, except scattered over
the largest libraries of the world. To men
of all vocations it is invaluable, and to many
indispensable. So far as we have been able to
examine it, its general accuracy is unimpeach
able: and as a book of reference, or even of
study, we know of no other which at all com
pares with it.
Eiptnnt of the aahwtlle and Chat
We have been furnished the following de
tailed eUieuieut of the expenditures for op
erating the Nashville and Cbattanooga Rail
road, in response to a communication t-igned
"A Stockholder," recently published in the
repairs of road.
Resident Engineer and Snper-
aora $1,741 84
Repairs of Bridges and Cul
vert 13,113 6
labor of Hands in Repair of
Track 75,542 81
Cross Ties, String Timber, Ac. 20,415 67
Kail road iron, luairs ana
Provisions and Clothing for Ne
Work on Slides
2 791 98
257 76 $118,163 07
Ijabor of Engineers, Firemen,
Wood-passers, together with
the Machinists employed on
Repairs f Engines. ..
. 61,444 43
Material for Repairs of En
Kxpense of Water Stations..
Oil and Tallow for Engines..
MAINTENANCE OF CARS.
Repairs of Passenger and Bag
gage Cars 8,50 88
Repairs of Freight Cars 17,6'J3 88
Oil and Tallow for Cars 3,872 32
Kxpense of Freight 24,649 04
Kxpense of Passage 10,72 5(0
Expanse or Mail 68 84
l4s and liaiuage ... 1,083 94
Mtock Killed 6,130 46
Salaries of Depot Agents and
Clerks 17,449 63
Incidental Expenses 1,470 74
8alaries of President, Sunerin
tendaul, Secretary, Treasu
rer and General Book keeper 9,825 00
Printing, Stationery and Ad
vertising 2.699 13
Expense of Telegraph Line... 1,347 32
Damage to Passenger V,ofl9 23
Lawyers Fees, Court Costa, Ac. 3,317 38
Wood Sheds and Water Sta
tion 321 25
Way station BuiMings 36 94
Repairs of Buildings 1,386 68
V. K. S-rgvgjrsoji, Esq., President :
The foregoing statement is a detailed account of the
expenses incurred in operating the Road for Uie elev
en months ending the 1st inst.
W. A. G LEAVES, Sectuctart
Kintnu, Dec. 6, 1858.
Chtts ITIattr ra .Tlr. ITlorplty.
Morpy has decided to pass the Winter in
Europe. His decision cannot fail of giving a
atill greater stimulous to European chess.
Herr Anderson also has made arrangements
for being in Paris on the 12th of December,
so that this much-expected match will really
come off. After its termination, Mr. Murphy
will probably be in England, where plans are
already afloat for giving him the reception he
Lord Lyttleton has addressed a letter to
Mr. Morphy, from which we make the follow
ing extract :
u Your letter has but one professed object ;
that we should declare that it is not your fault
that the match between yourself and Mr.
Staunton has not taken place. To this the re
ply might be made in two words. I cannot
conceive it possible that any one should im
pute that failure to you ; nor am I aware
that any one basdone so. But in the circum
stances, I shall, perhaps, not be blamed if I
go somewhat further into the matter. In the
general circumstances of the case, I conceive
that Mr. Staunton was quite justified in de
clining the match. The fact is understood
that he has for years been engaged in laliors,
which must, whatever arrangements might be
made greatly interfere with the entering into
a serious contest with a player of the highest
force and constant practice, and so far the
failure of the match is the less to be regretted.
Nor can I doubt the correctness of his recent
statement, that the time barely necessary, for
the match itself could not be spared, without
serious loss and inconvenience both to others
and to himself. But I cannot but think that
in all fairness and considemteness, Mr. Staun
ton might have told you of this long iK-lore
he did. I know no reason why he might not
have ascertained it and informed you of it
In answer to your first letter from America.
Instead of this, it seems to mc plain, both as
to the interview at which I myself was pres
ent, and as to the other communications which
have passed, that Mr. Staunton gave you ev
ery reason to suppose that he would be ready
to play the match within no long time. 1 am
not aware, indeed, (nor do I perceive that you
hare said it.) that you left America solely
with the view of playing Mr. Staunton. It
would, DO J9ubt make the case stronger, but
it seems to me as unlikely as that you should
have come, as baa been already stated (anon
ymously, and certainly not with Mr. Staun
ton's concurrence) in order to attend the Bir
mingham tournament. " ;
Races over Cliattahooelio Courae.
" Trtian Dat, Thurtdtry, December 2. Jockey
Club Pure $250, mile heats, bet three in five.
There were three entries Moore's s. f.
Jenny Rote, g. L Muu Brvtrnlow, and a b. f.
by Epsilon. In the first heat there was a
prospect of a very sharp contest between Jen-
oy and the Epsilon filly, until the latter threw
her rider, which of course caused her to be
instanced. The distance flag also fell before
the face of Miss Brownlow. and thus Jenny
Iwoae was declared the winner by the first
beat. Time 1:56.
The Colt Stake for 2 year olds was not
. made up, but there was a race bet wee u sad
dle horses, thus fulfilling the Proprietors'
' .programme of two races each day. Ve have
not the particulars of the latter race.
To-morrow will 1 the three mile day, when
. the prospect of another contest between Jidl
Dtarvng and Mouiort, with other fast ones to
Hake stock," will draw many to the course.
There will also be a race for beaten horses.
. CJmmbu Enquirtr.
tint. Peter bare Convention. '
Potebsbcro. Va., Dec. A. The democratic
Convention has nominated the Hon. John
. Letcher, a a candidate tor Governor. He
, was subsequently nominated by a unanimous
vote. It is said that Mr. Letcher's most bitter
' opponents concede that he will ba tlected by
- ?r 18,000 majority. ,
N i i J. R. Tucker was nominated as a candidate
Jot Attorney General.
r.vTbe delegate are discussing the clal of
candidates for Lieutenant Governor. .,
j'jConventioa will, in all probability, ad.
J . Miigbt.
. : m '
V;,cm.'f?raige crop of Louisiana this
. rom plantain' the crop fa sel l,,s
- r from air t i..1i aI.iILi.nt
ttes thousand.' rwm'ito
tank r below the
small tract of lane
fifteen hundred dollars a
U.iwaa planted with ol'JD "l"; ""u U1X"
. trt-a of full (itow th.
l". L?iVa ' V the owner of the
t r H- Ms orange crop for
tires thousand dollara.- Q ,
At the opening of the Chancery Court Mon- I
day moraine. Jeffv
iujoh Smith, Esq
from the Committee -appointed for that pur
pose ai a meeting or the baron Saturday last,
reported me loiiowing preamble and resolu
tions in leference to the death of John A.
McEwen, Em '
With unfeigned sorrow we, the members o'f
to NaslroHe Bar, have heard of the death of
our chern-'Bed and much loved brother mem
ber, ffohn A. McEwen. He breathed his last
in this city, at the residence of his father, CoL
if. li-McEwen, in the 35th year of his age,
after an illnces of about eighteen months,
from that most flattering and fatal of - all dis
John A McEwen was born in Fayetteville,
ienn4 and removed in early cbjldbood-totbis
city where be has ever since resided. He re
ceived his education in ihe best t-choolu our
city afforded, and srradrraU-d with distinction
in the class of 1843, at the Nashville Univer
sity, where he afterwards continued for some
time as a tutor. In the vear 1845 he was ad-;
mitted to the Nashville Bar, where he soon
attained a prominent position, while, by his
talents and industry he secured a lucrative
and growing practice, which he was. howev
er, forced to relinquish some months tince on
account of his eufeebled health.
' John A. 3IcEwen possessed a fine natural
capacity, and having been a diligent student
from early youth, be came to the bar with a
well-trained intellect and a chastened and re
He was endowed with a rare combination
of varied talents and attainments. As a lo
gician he was cogent and clear, yet he had a
rich and cultivated fancy. He was an elo-
qnent speaker, yet a fluent and classic wri
ter. He was a close student; yet he took an
active interest in whatever tended to elevate
the moral and social condition of his fellow
men. He had studied law as a science, and
expounded its philosophy with great clear
ness and iiersnicuitv. Ills superior intellect
uality and ripe scholarship have challenged
our admiration, while his genial and social
sympathies made him the welcome guestof
every household, and now, being dead, have
embalmed his memory in the affections of his
brother members of this bar.
No matter what station of society was al
lotted to John A. McEwen. whether at the
bar or on the hnntinirs, Mayor, or member of
the Board of Education, he always acquitted
uimsell with promptness, ability and elo
quence. Whilst thus engaged in the midst of
his usefulness and beneficence, in the very
harvest of his laliors, he is cut down by the
fell destrover. His untimely death has been
a sad bereavement to the memlters of this bar,
and in testimony of our grief, therefore,
Resolved, That in the death of John A. Mc
Ewen, the Nashville bar and legal profession
have lost one of their brightest ornaments.
Rennleetl. That we deeply sympathise with
the afflicted family of the deceased in their
Reeolord, That this Court lie requested to
spread a copy of these proceedings upon its
records, and that a copy of them be transmit
ted by the Chairman to the family of the de
The resolutions having been read, the
Court ordered that they be spread upon the
nnuutes and that the Court adjourn.
This body met this morning. John neon
Smith, Esq., presented the above resolutions
in the discharge of his duty as a member of
the committee appointed as aliove, and after
reading them, addressed the Court briefly in
eulogy ot the deceased.
Judge TntXKit nl.-io delivered an eloquent
and feeling tribute to the virtues, talents, and
attainments of the deceased, and ordered that
the resolutions lie spread upon the minutes,
snd that the Court adjourn until 9 A. M.,
Letcher Nominated !
The Democratic Convention in Petersburg
or rather, as its temporary President called
it, the " mobocratic ' Convention after sit-
ng up till 4 o clock on Saturday morning.
finally nominated John Letcher on the first
ballot, as the candidate of the party for Gov
ernor at ttie next election.
Personally, we are gratified at this result
for Mr. Letcher is a gentleman ; and, if elect
ed, will make as good a Governor, perhaps,
as could well lie manufactured out of a Dem
ocrat. And, politically speaking, we are also
pleased inasmuch as the nomination of Mr.
Letcher is equivalent to a tit 11 retraxit of the
absurdly ridiculous charges of Aliolitionism
which were so effectively used against Sum
mers and Flournov. We take it that the De
mocracy will hardly have the conscience now
to resort to their old game of charging " un
soundness" upon the candidate ot the Oppo
from an accounts, tne convention was
composed of the sweetest set of Christians and
tne quietest set of lambs that were ever con
gregated within four walls.
At the very lieginning, they commenced
quareling and jowering and the din grew
more and more ististeious as the play pro
ceeded. At one time the temporary Presi
dent threatened to leave the chair unless bet
ter order were kept and at another time he
styled it a ' molsHTatic" Convention, rather
than an assemblage of the Democracy. Epi-
ithels were freely exchanged ami a general
uproar prevailed, as if all Bedlam were turned
loose. Democracy is turbulent and destruc
tive in the altract, and it is no wonder these
qualities should be plentilully evolved in a
grand convocation and pow-wow over the
distribution of the State spoils for the next
The nomination of Letcher is construed - to
be a defeat of the " Wise party," and a tri
umph of the friends of Hunter. We know
nothing aistut it ourselves but this seems to
be the general sentiment.
We hope an Oppofition candidate will at
once be put in the field, and that he will
tackle Honest John upon every stump in the
State. If the Deinicracy were so turbulent
and noisy in Convention, there must be im
mense dissatisfaction with the nominee. If
they snarled and quarreled at the very lie-
ginning like a thousand tom-c its all tied to
gether by their tails, very likely the row will
he continued to the " bitter end. The nom
ination of an Opposition candid.it' will afford
a great many decent and quiet Democrats
who are disgusted with the turbuleuce and
nd rowdyism of their old party an oppor
tunity to cut loose from former associations,
and unite with the quiet, respectable, well
behaved and diguilkd Opposition. Lynch
Deckmbkk. Time's golden orb sinks to
ward the horizon another ejele is soon to be
added to the fathomless immensity of eter
nity, and another year, which is but a day
with its Supreme Director, is approaching its
twilight, soou to sit in darkness and soon to
be succeeded by a bright and joyous morrow.
Ineffably sad are the teachings of the season;
it seems as if death were in the house when
we consider that the last of the months is fa
ding away forever. It is the type of death, of
the resurrection, and or immortality; it can
bring balm to the religious mind as it pre
figures the victory of faith over the grave, the
burstiug of the cerements of earth, and a far-
off happy future where we shall be forever
blessed. And it has in its storms and tem
pests soon to be succeeded by vernal gladness,
its lesson to be impress-d on mortal hearts.
Let gloomy clouds of sorrow come and tears
fall like rain, the Sun of Hope will soon efful
gent shine aud bring joy back again all fresh
and pure as are the dews liefore they were ex
haled to teed the terrors of the storm. Mourn
er, take heed and be ot comfort, for on life's
drear waste, though tempest-tossed and
wrecked, there is at band 4,a haven where we
would be," a friendly light at hand and land
And look again, through blinding mists of
snow and howling wiud-4 Tottering with age
aud infirmity; a huge Icicle in his hand by
way of staff; bis flowing locks covered with
sleet and sudded with gem of frot spark
ling like diamonds; uiuCled in tattered furs
and hearing on his head a fantastic crown of
evergreen DeceniU-r approaches the I-ar
of the year! He has giteii all to his children;
to Spring its dower of thral beauty; to Sum
mer its wealth f teeming field-, aud to Au
tumn Its full revenues of golden fruits.
These, bis ungrateful progeny have enjoyed in
wasteful riot, aud uow the aged sire bereft
of all, deserted ty those to whom in his regal
and paternal uitiui licence be gave all and di
vided his . royal kiugdoui -wanders in the
storm, bareheaded, contending with the fret
ful eleineuts; wildly rariug. tearing his white
hair, and through the glootu hi fully recalling
one lender krm the pious Cordelia, which,
like the star of Bethlehem, glows brightly on
the wiutry sky and gives one radiant moment
to the cbrcrtxsa season a lieauUous vision
fleeting as tini', fbr soon the icy cord is
twined around Its neck aud the year lies dead
on th breast of l-cemU-r crushed, but ev
ery Inch a king! We bear the last sad wail:
O thou wilt come bo murr! '!
NTr, nekVr, uet.rr, tievrr, nrerl
PaaUUK roa a IIisBAMX Mrs. Johanna
Kliogutan b obtained a verdict for S3. 000
ft her hulaud' lite, who was killed on the
New York and New Hjven Railroad. Th
company plead la defence that the man was
druuk, but the pica was not sustained.
A. Kicking Story.
A very handsome friend of ours, who a few
weeks ago was poked out of : a comfortable
office dd the river.' has betaken himself to
Bangor for a time to recover from the wound
inflicted upon his feelings by our "nnprincl-
nlwl nr1 immnlatintr administration " s
Change of air must Tiave had an Instant
effect npon his spirits, for, from Galena he
writes us an amusing letter, which, among
other things, tells of a desperate qnarrel that
tooK place on Doara or tne neat oetween
real live tourist and a real live Yankee set
tler. The latter trod on the toes of the
former, whereupon the former threatened to
'kick ont of the cabin" the latter, f A ,
"You'll kick me out of this cabfng?" '
"Yes. sir,.1 li kick you out of-lhis cabin!"
"You'll kick tne, Mr. Hitchcock, out of this
cabing?" - .
... "Yew. ar, IH kick yon, Mr. Hitchcock!"
"Hell 1 guess,' said tne lankee, very
coolly, after being perfectly satisfied that it
was . himself that stood In soch jmminent
'danger'of assault,'"! guess, since you talk of
of kicking, you've never beard me tell about-
a. .1 1 . I M T
Old craaiey ana my mare to num."' ; ; , .v.
"No. sir, nor do I wish "
"Wall, guess it won't set you back much
any how, as kicking's generally best to be
considered on. You see old Bradley is one
of those sanctimonious, long-laced hypocnties,
who put on a religious suit every Sabbath.
day morning, and with a good deal of screw
ing, manages to keep it on till after sermon
in the afternoon; and as I was a Univerealist
he allers picked me out. as a subject for reli-
'gious conversation and the darned hypocrite
would talk about heaven, hell and the devil
---the crucifixion and prayer, without ever
winking. Wall he had an old roan -mare
that would jump over any fourteen rail fence
in Illinois, and open any door in my barn
that had'nt a padlock on it. Tu or three
times I found her in my stable, and told Brad
ley, about It, and he was. 'very sorry an
unruly - animal would watch her' and a
hull lot of such things; all said in a serious
manner, with a face twice as long as old
deacon Farrar's on sacrament day.
I knew, all the time, he was lying, and so
I watched him and bis old roan lu; and for
three nights regular, old roan came to my
stable about bed time, and just at daylight
Bsodlwy would come, bridle her and ride off.
I then just took inv old mare down to a
black-smith's shop, and had some shoes mads
with corks about four inches long, and had
'em nailed on ber hind feet. Your heels
mister, ain't nnthin' to .'em. I took her
hum give her abont ten feet baiter, tied her
right in the centre of the stable, fed her well
witn oats at o clock, and alter taking a
good smoke, went to bed, knowing that my
old mare was a truth-telling animal, and that
she'd give a good report ot herself in the
I bad'ut got fairly asleep before the old
woman hunched me, and wanted to know
what on airth was the matter out at the stable.
So says I, go to sleep. Peggy, it's nothing
nut Kate she's kicking on flies, I guess
Purty soon she hunched me again, and says
sue. -.Mr. iiitchcock, du get up and see w hat
in the world is the matter of Kate, for she is
kicking most powerfully.'
'Lay still, Peggy, Kate will take care of
herself, I guess.'
Well, the next morning, about daylight.
Bradley, with bridle in hand, cum to the
stable, and true as the book of Genesis, when
he saw the old roan's sides, starn and head
be curs-d and swore worse than you did,
mister w hen I came down on your toes. After
breakfast that morning, Joe Davis cum down
to my house, and says he
'Bradley's old roan is nearly dead she's
cut all to pieces, and can scarcely move.
'1 want to know say I, 'bow on airth did
.Now, Joe was a member of the same church
with liradley, and whilst we were talking.
up cum tne everlasting nypocnte, and says
'My old roan is ruined!'
'Du tell!' says I.
'She is cut all to pieces' says he: 'do you
Know whether she was in your table, Mr,
Iiitchcock, last night?'
all, mister, w ith this I let out: 'Do I
knew it?' (the Yankee here, iu illustration.
mude a sudden advance upon the dandy, who
made way tor him, unconsciously, as it were.)
Do I know it. you no-souled, shad-lcllied.
squash headed old night owl, you! you hay-
nookin,' corn-cribi'in.' cent-shaven,7 whitlin
of-uothin, you! Kate kicks like a dumb
beast, but I have reduced the thing to a sci
'J he lankee had not ceased to advance.
nor the dandy, in his astonishment, to retreat;
and now the motion of the latter being ac
celerated by the apparent demonstration on
the part of the former to suit the action to
the word, he found himself in the "social hall,"
tumbling fackward over a pile of baggage.
teanng the knees of his pants as he scram
bled op, and a perf-ct scream of laughter
stunning bim from all sides. The defeat was
total, in a few moments afterward ne was-
seen lugging his own trunk ashore, while
Mr. Iiitchcock finished his story on the boiler
TnE United States Frioate Wabash. It
turns out (says the Paris correspondent of the
New York Commercial Advertiser) that the
American frigate Wabash was invited to Con
stantinople by the Sultan, in order to exam
ine her with a view of having a vessel con
st ructed upon her model. Commodore La-
vai.ette did not, therefore, enter the Darda
nelles without a firman from the Sultan, and
no treaty was violated. The U abash is said
to have produced a tremendous sensation at
Constantinople by her immense size, the
beauty of her form, and her heavy Dalgreeu
guns. Mie was visited by the buitan aud all
the dignitaries of the government.
Selling Qualities of lloerbave
We have no doubt it will sell well here. Send us
one grogs. juii.n misu. a w.
Send us 2 ermtn Poprhave's Holland Bitters. Ws
want a medicine of this kind in our market.
JOH.V BIRKS k CO., Medical nail.
Paist Pail, Mitmbsota.
There is quite a ready sale here for your Barhave's
Holland Bitters. WM. H. WOUT.
per II. K. Picasso.
TrnxsBrsa, Va, Nov. 1,156.
Send me another box, 3 dozen, Btvrhave'a Holland
Bitters. It is taking the lead here ot all other Bitti-rs.
WM. H. K HIKER,
Vohb, Pa. , Tby 4, 1S5T-
rlease send me, per express, 6 dosvn Bterhave's -
Holland Bitters. We are entirely out.
dec7 C. A. MORRIS k CO.
For St. l,ouis.
THE tine nananger packet A oj
SAIJJK WEST, J. N. Cos rr4lBa
kit, MaaU'r, will leave for the iitra n" v st
above and all Intermediate porta on Wbpsskdat, Dee.
8ili, at 10 o'clock A. M. For freight or iiasaitr toolv
on board or to A. UAM1LIU.N. Aueut.
For New Orleans
THE new paNaenirer sfamer
JAMES JOHNSON. Jbwb
Joa.mios, Captain, will leave for
the above and all Intermediate laudings, on Thi'khiiat,
the tHii HiBt ,ai 1 J o'clock M. For treifc-ht or paage
apply i'u board or to . : '
doco-td A. H AMILTON. AcenL,
A STORE HOUSE on Broad street, between Col.
Wo and Cherry, for the ye.tr 1859. AodIv to
decU WILL L. BOYD. J a.
TXR the year 1869. a Negro Woman , who is good
l l ook and a Orst rale Washer and lrooer. Also.
a Negro Girl who is good Nurse. Apply tu ..
A. J. McWHlKTKR. ' '
dect-tf No. 3 Inn Black.
YESTERDAY morning en Deaderk-k street, or the
IuI1h; ttquare between Cherry aad the mouth of
Market streets, Twenty-three Imllars; one Ten, one
Five and seven One IMIar Bills, all on the bank or
Tennetwee. . The Under will be liberally rewarded by
leaving it with P. Cramer, No. 12 Market House,
r. w. suancAsnm.
t. M. HITS..
RHEA, IIARDCASTLE & CO.,
Grocery and Coiumiuioa
ill EKGII A IS TS,
M. 8 -Broadway,
4 RE now receiving aad will keep constantly oa
.4 v nana a itm as a ooaaHeis aaeortment of
far hwntboaia, aa4 Grocerieo for Um Cavalry Trade
g-rBcrally, wUirb we will sell (ow for Ca.h, or !-
Change (or rouatry produro.
A aJjaxe of patrunags la moat respectfully solicited,
aa l we ivuiuo every HI to give aatufarUoa.
dcS-I " HHKA. HARU A.-T1X CO.
, k For Kent. - '
riHAT very derbU Hnro R.iem sd)otainf lay
X vffice, brtnf No. 411 Cherry str-, for neat
year. Apply lo ILL. L. bOYO, Js,.
To Editor of Etaxgelibt: "My age is Six
ty. One year ago, my hair was very grey, and
had gradually fallen until it bad besome thin.
I commenced using Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's
Hair Restorer and also the Zylobalsamum.now
my hair is restored to its original color,
and ceased to fall."
REV. M. TIIACTTETt,
Pitcher, Clienango ., 2V. Y.
.Pres't J. Ill Eatok L- LJO ' Mtrfreboro1,
Tenn: "Notwithstanding irregular ise of Mrs.
S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer and Zylo-
Lbalsamam,' he f ailing of cf hair aaW ana my
grey locks were restored to their "brtgiral color.7'
Rut. CA. Bccxbee, Treas. Am. Bibla Ua-,
A1 T., "I very cheerfully add my testimony
to that" of numerous other friends." i J i
Rev. II. V. Degen, Editor "Guide to Holi-
ness," Boston, Ja. "That Mrs-S, A." Allen's
World's Hair Restorer and Zylobalsasjcm pro-
motesthe growth of the hair where baldness
had 'commenced, we have the evidence.of onr
own eyes." , '
Ret. R. H. Pollock. Ed. "Presbyterian Wit
ness," (AnS O. :"IIave bad opportuniy an
become satisfied of the merits of Mrs. S. A.
Allen's preparations for the hair.". ,.r
Rev.' R R. Fairchild D. D., Cor. Sec. Am
and For'n Ch'n Union, A" Y. "I take pleas
nre in commending Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's
nair Restorer and Zylohalsamum."
Rev. Mrs. E. C Axprcs", late Missionary to
nayti, now of Martinsburg, JV. Y. "I have de
rived much benefit from the use of Mrs S. A
Allen's World's Hair Restorer and Zylobalsa
mum." ,. .,
Rev. S. B. Morlet, WiUiamsUmm, Ihu.
"The effect of Mrs. S. A." Allen's preparations
has been to change the "Crown of Glory,' be
longing to old men to the original hue of
Rev. Wm. Portecs, Stanwick. CU "Mrs. S
A. .Allen's World's Hair Restorer and Zylo-
balsamum, has met my most sanguine ex pec
Rev. J. A. n. Cornell, Cor. Sec. B'd Ed'
R. D. Ch., A". Y. "Mrs.S. A. Allen's World'
Hair Restorer and Zylobalsamum, I am happy
to say, prevented the falling off of the hair,
and restored it from being grey to iu original
Rtr. J. West, Ko. 6 Washington fliee, Broth-
ly, X. Y. "I thankfully acknowledge the
use of Mrs. S. A. Allen's preparations in cur
ing my baldnest and greynest."
Rev. A. Webster, Ed. Ch'n Era, Bo
Mum. "I have used Mrs. S. A. Allen's prep
rations to my entire satisfaction l am now
neither bald nor grey."
We might add name after name of equal
standing as foregoing from all parts of U. .
and even some from Europe, such as Rev. W,
B, Thorn eloe, Prescot, England; Rev. Jas
McFarlane, Esopus, N. Y.; Rev. B. Bruce,
Newmarket, 111.; Rev. CM. Klixck, Lewis,
town, Pa.; Rev. J. F. Griswold. Washington.
N. II.; Rev. J. P. Tcstin, Charleston, S. C.
Rev. Wm. Cctter, Ed. Mother's Mag., N. Y
Rev. James Hott, Orange, N. J.; Rev. Jas.
P. Stoxe, Greensboro', Vt.; Rev. E. Evans,
Delhi, O.; Rev. Wm. R. Downs, Howard, N
Y.; Rev. Geo. M. Spkatt, Agt Penn. Baptist
Pub. Six;., Lewisburg, Union county, Ta.; Rev
Dax'l T.Wood, Middletown, N. Y.; Rev. Jos.
McKee, N. Y. City; Rev. B. C. Smith, Prats-
burgh, N. Y.;Rev. Amos Blakciiarp, Meridian
N. II.; Ret. D. Morris, Cross River, N. Y., Slc.
Every reader must know one or more of the
above, but for further information write to
Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer
Depot, No. 355 Broome, corner of Elizabeth
6treet, N. Y." Some dealers try to sell pre
parations instead of these, on which they re
alize more profit; insist on these, as they are
sold by all the principal dealers in fancy
goods, drugs, &c, throughout the U. S., Can
adas and England. Dealers can purchase at
the Depot, as above, or order from any ot the
larger Drug or Fancy Goods houses with
whom they may trade, as all keep it on hand.
FROLIC MASTER FOR EVERY HOl'SEIIOLD.
One Thousand and One Home
Containing Proverbs, Dramatic Charades, Acting Cha
rades, or Drawing room Pantomimes, Musical Bur.
lesqiiea. Tableaux Vivants, Parlor Games, Games of
Action, Forfeits, Science in Sport and Parlor Muic,
and a Choice Collection of Curious Mental and Me
chanical Puzzles, Jkc.
ILLUSTRATED WITH NEARLY
Three Hundred Enravings end Diagrams,
The whole being a fund of never-ending entertainment.
BY THE AUTHOR OF
"The Magician's Own Book."
Nearly 400 nages, 12mo. Price, cloth, gilt side
stamp, SI 00.
For sale by F. HAGAV.
A NEW BOOK BY DOESTICKS.
The Witches of New York,
as encountered by
Q. K. PHILANDER DOESTICKS, P. B.
Dmt and Foam t Or, Three Oceans and Two
Coutinrnta. By T. Robinson "Warren.
Yankee Notion for January, 150; White's
Ietetor for December, 18i8, just received by
decs-tf F. HAGAV.
S. A. C. MEL k CO.
- X We!n."sd
J front ol
Wednesday, Dc. Bth, we will soil for rash,
our narenouse, me loiiuwiuj ar.
1 0 hlidft New Snear, 40 Sonn.
!.W halts N.O. Com-e, 25 " SuVch.
AO btils. " Molaxacs, 60 " W. K. Cheese, '
60 half " " 24 M. R Raiams.
60 bbls. Crushed Su- ?ft half boxes M. R. do.
gar, 60 qr. do
26 bbls. " Powtleredlie bbls. Corn Whb-kr,
rviar, , " jsye
60 boxi-s Fresh Cove Oys- 26
" Robinson '
44 t. M. Wine.
10 bags Black Pepper, ' 10
10 " Alxpice, It
20 Chests Black k Green 16
2i 0 boxes Tubacao various
200 kegs Nails,
16 cases Matches, -
6A bales Cotton Twine,
-t) roils Rope.
ion DMHte HUr Candles,
60 Doyle's Tal. do.
Together with many small articles to complete the
i. a. a. a. null it co. .
Ix-e. . - - - - J
PURLIC SALE OF
Two Valuable Farms.
OS WEPVESPAY, the Sth of December ff
next, the undersigned will sell to the-ji
higheat bidder, that valuable Farm in William-stjw '
siq county Jtnown as the "Wilkin's Whittield"
Farm, containing about 408 acres, lying on the waters
of Trace Creek, which enters Big Harpeth In the
vicinity of the village of Tank, in Iiavwtnoa rountv,
iieaMhe Richlanu aud Centre vUle Tar pike, about 14 -miles
fmm Naehvtllo. - -- t
Persons wiabuig to purchase are Invited to examine
the lands and premises, and Ihey will find a farm of
exceeding fertility of soil, well suited for stock raising -by
It superior adaptation to the gtowth of blue graaa, '
and its boaatifal supply of pare k-k-waior.
The nnlrsigned will also sell to tbe highest bidder,
at tbe aamo time and place, that beautiful Farm be
longing to Mra. Luvenia Craighead, containing ab,Mrt
199 acres, adjoining he above tract of land. Both ot
these liu-ta united, will snako one of Ui beat Stock
Farma to its site lo Middle Tennessee.
The undersigned has also about 81 acres of anery
Timbered wood. land, within 3 miles of the Ursa, .
whs-fa will bo sold with the first meaUnned farm.
If, upon consultation with Ibooe who wish to par
rhase.oa the day of sale. It be found proper, my farm
ran be divided into two or three tract. Tbere will be
afforded a rhanoe for baying tbreo beautiful farms, t
with comfortable dwellings nn each.
Theae lands will be for sale privately nnuf the 1st of
December. : For all iofurtnatioa call oa the subscriber
TKRMS OF "ALE One third of the purchase money .
will be required In cann, or notes which ran bo dis
counted u bank at 90 days, tlio balance M one, two,
three and fnor years if desired, with inlrreot addoa
and a Ilea oa tbe land retained aniil all si pajrf
. v- . ., v JHX T. HILL Agent.
The above aalo will be cawd acted by Naar
WtaMtward. ,.- ?
, E. R.Guarooi, Auctnoeer. J " aovioodawtd
Tlie CaU Trade. 1
DrRTNG th. arosoat aeaaoa ws wUl bo woll sun. '
phod with evory variety tf lxxla, M -rrhaaie '
ae , whta-a will bo sold at aantoally low ratra '
Gentry Merchant, as well a onr Ctv Ilealera
woold do welt to aueaa oor aaWw. Kati.rn.it txwrht
oo our ewa acoaai; a or caa ws receti tiooda for
Aactioa.rroea athars, muk halt . ,
Jib p crl tsrmcnt5r
ia ottx s nm vr;
WT st- 1 1 MllsVsaaal
7Hfi UNITED STATES 'ilAIL Tt-
1 tv Cupt-do JoaxS D.Uhiki i, leaves every Monday
and Friday, at 12 o'Uuck.
Steamer Cuba, -
. Captain Jxo. L. Batem, leaves every Wednes
day and Sunday, at 12 o'clock. ;
Steamer Sallie West, .
Captain J. V Corbktt, leaves every Tuesday,
at 4 o'clock, P. M.
Steamer B. 31. Ilunj an.
Captain Jaa. Mjli.gk, leaves every Saturday, at
, . 4 o'clock, P. M. ......
These fine and favorite passenger packets, are nnder
contract to carry the United Suites Mail, and passen
gers may rely on them leaving punctually. They will
give through tickets to tbe above named place, and
will connect at Paducau with the splendid United
States mill stuamers, Aivm Adams, Southerner aud
. dec7-dtf A. HAMILTON, Agent.
HEAVY Double Sole Broguis and Tlantotion
Shoes of every deserirtiou, for Mun, Women,
anil Bos,fur sale at low prices, by
dec"-tf 42 College street.
Auction Sale of Groceries
KIRKPATRICK,B NEYIXS & CO.,
XoJl 35 Slarket Street,
Oy.FP.in AY, IiECEMHERKth.at 11 o'clock, A. M
we will oiler for sale, at our Warehouse, a large
assortment of Groceries, ojmpri.-ui.g, in part, the fol
loa ing, vix :
100 hhds. Snear;
200 bags Cotloe;
150 bbls. Molasses;
100 half do;
100 kegs do;
100 bblu. Cinc'i. Whlfky;
25 ' Rye do;
25 " old Bour. do;
25 " Amer. Brandy;
25 " Holland Gin;
250 kegs Nails;
100 boxes .Us ware;
100 " W. It. Chet-oe;
160 boxes M. R. Raisins;
100 " "
60 dz. Wash Boards;
10 bbls. S. S. Almonds;
10 " KilborU;
6 " Knglish Walnuts;
6 " Krizil Nut;
40 boxes Virginia Tobacco
10 cases Matches.
10" d"X. BuckeU;
10 nest Tubs;
50 coils Manilla Rope;
50,000 Cigars, various b'ds.
Together with manv other articles in the Grocery
line. KlilK PATRICK, NEV1XS k CO.
ill E A T S T O 11 K
STEAMBOATS SUPPLIED AT ALL HOURS AT
iVo. 23 Soutlt Front street.
"TTTE would inform our old customers and the pnb-
T v tic at large ttiat we have re-oened our MrJtT
STORE as above and will continue to keep an excel
lent supply or choice Fresh and Salt Meats of all kinds,
to which we invite tbe attention ol Sleatnboatsmen
tXtf People living in the country can at any time of
tbe day ouiiiin r resn and alt Meats; also, l rn-il Beef,
Smoked and Green Salted Tongue, l'igs Feet, Ac, in
quantities to suit.
Mir Families supplied with Pickled Pork, Beef and
LAru in Darrens auu uaii oarreis
L. C. COLEMAN 4 DOYLE.
SO Xegroes anted.
I WILL pay the very highest market price for
likely young negroes between the ages if 15 and
25 years. W1IX. 1.. BOVIt, Jr.
Iec 5. No. 50 Cherry Et.
COLLEGE STREET PROPERTY
At lnUc Sale.
On Saturday, 4th of December, 1858,
At the Court House gate, I will sell to the
highest bidder, that valuable, property
situat;d on -Vorta rvJje street, a to w doors be JiiiC
low the comer of the Square, an I opposite the beau
tiful residences laU-ly erected by Mr. French
and M. Burns, aad ailjoin the tine residence of Mr.
A.C. Bech and others. This prowrty fronts 60 tect
on College street, running hair way back to Market,
to a 15 feet alley. Upon the ground is three frame
buildings used as store-rooms.
This proportt is located in one of the most thriving
and desirable mi tions of the city, and kike it all to
gether is the roost desirable yet offered to the public.
IU ail vantages will at once be seen by all, as picts
Ing rare inducements to th business iiiiid or capitalist.
1 would auk an examination before tlieday of sale,
as we have positive instructions to soil. 1 will di
vide the property to suit purchasers.
Tkkm or Saui One-third cash, the balance in 1,
2 and 3 years, with interest from date, and lien re
tained. K. K. GLAHXltK,
The above sale is poetpoued to Saturday, the 11th
Inst., at UK o'clock.
tcsro Man Tot Sale.
A LIKELY NEGRO MAN, aged 2, copper color, a
giKl house servant, carriage driver, Ac, will
be sold at lli o'clock to-day at tur Court-lioiibe gate
for cash. - . K. GLASCOCK,
V VI U Lt 1 ti S A 1a Fa
OK . ' ' '
STOVES, &c, &c.
On Tltursdav, tlie IGlli inst.,
AT 10o'clock,I will sell at Public Sale, to the high
est bidder, at Stewart k Owen's old Hand, No
14 Market street, all the stock on hand, cousistiug of
tbe following articles;
Coal Ranges. ftr cooking;
Heating Stoves, for wood and coal, different sixes
Franklin and Parlor Stoves; ,
Marbelne J Iron Mantles;
Mantle Grat, flun aud ootutnon; ,
Tin Ware; ' , t
Ihig Irons, all sizes; -I'Utform
aud Counter Scales;
T.nners' Machines. Tools, Benches. &c. and numer
ous articles uot enumerated.
The sale is pursuaul to a Deed of Trust executed by
William Stewart, (see, Book No. 27 pp 542 to 554 in Re
gid'-r's .oice, and therefore witlioiit reserve.
Tekum or Sai . All sums under $10 cas.it, over $10
three mouths tune.
GEO. B- GOODWIN, Trustee, Ac.
decS-td - -
S. A. G. NOEL & CO.,
i . (Successors to Noel k Co ) , ,-
"WUolcsalc . iroccrs
Auction d Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IX
Brandies. VTinrt, Cigars, Tobacco, le, Ic,
JNo. 4 Sontlt Market Street.
1O0 hhds Socar; - - ! bugs Pepper;
2O0 bazsCfli-e; 6 bhls Race Gmper;
1O0 bbls Molasses; . cerootis choice Indigo;
60 pkg Gohlen Syrap; 600 bags line Salt;
25 bbls powdered Sugar; 600 ' Knawha 4o;
16 crushed do; 6I0 krgt Na:ls;
SO bxs O. K. lf; 2O0 bx Tobacco, asst'd.
20 tierces freh Kx-e; .
250 bxs !-ur Candlea-
60 " tfiiart Flasks;
26 " pint and S' pint;
2O0 bbls. On. Hhifky;
200 " old do;
60 American Brandy;
30 baes Spice;
25 chest tireen Tea,
26 " Black "
100 bbls Smoking Tobacco;
600,00(1 Cigjrs, assorted;
10 kegs Lead;
6 " Phot;
25 S. M. Wme;
25 bls Peach Brandy;
6 old Port Wme;
i Together with many other articles a Ynske a com
plota sale -1 . t K 8. A. G. LU. k CO
J. B. tSc A. V. RUTLAND,
(Successors of Bradahaw a Rutland J
"Whole&ale and Retail
baU-KK IS ' -
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Ac.
Ko. 30 TTnloa Street,
J a P.rTT-AVn having fmrchased tbe Interrat nf
. A. T Bradshaw in the Boot aad Shoe Stoc, tha
arm of Bradshaw k Rutland Is dtxwjved by nvuutat
consent, aad ths new Brra above is author tied to
settle th. aceoonu, ke., o the old Irm. TboM
indebted to Um Brm of Bradtiaw Kotlsnd ar.
reqaested lo make itnmeduie ymet btlut the
w firm respectfully solicit a continuance of tfca
generous patronage conferred apoa the eld Brm, Uev
intend U keep oa band a fntl and eleraat stuck of
goods in their line, aad assore the poblar they aaay
expect kJu4 attcaboa aad gooJ bargains. Hv. as a
cUL J. B. a T. BCTLASa
aev29 ' '
Wr bava foor wrv of the bet aaslay " MKAT
CV rrtRS, which we will scU tar caaa at law
Pr'rjvitrber Ksives, Fawt, CWav.rS aad CtaaU;
4 Saasaga Stotfeea; '
Cbopfxaff Knives aa4 Bowla; --j
idtII - I vuw. auwat.
THIRD NIGHT OF THE GIFTED COMEDIENNE
7 MISS MAGGIE SITCflELtr "
TTelneaday ETcnlns, Dee. 8, 1858.
Will bo presented the beautiful Military Drama, in
thfee acts, entiUed THK FRENCH SPY; Or, The
Fall of Algiers. Overture by the Orchestra. To o n
clude with the excellent Comic Drama, in three acta,
called KATTY O SHEAL.
Something for the Little Ones.
- PAPER DOLLS, and how to make Ihent;
PAPER FURNITURE, for the Parlor aud Bed-room.
" . ALSO,
AN ELEGANT PLAY HOUSE, to accompany the
above, both one and two stories high, with directions
how to make them all. i - : '.
A further supply received and for sale by
dec2 CHAS. W. SMITH.
- - 1 Just received by JOH YORK a CO.,
The Four Sisters, by Frederica Bremer;
- Judge Haliburton'a Yankee Stories;'
The Dead Secret; by Wilkie Collins; ,
Francatelli's Modern Cookery.
Now is the Time to Subscribe.
Fall-and Complete Setts Guaranteed to
all .ho Subscribe thron'h me.
Harper's Magazine, Leslie's Gax-tle of Fashion,
Godey's Lady's BMk, Dickens' Household Words,
Graham's Magazine, Waverley Magazine.
F'lag of Our Uuion,
New York Ledger,
" " Mercury,
Saturday Eveuing Post,
London IIluHtraUi News,
" " Waverley, Boston pilot,
" Weekly, Yankee Notions,
" " Clipter, " " Pictori-il,
" ' H-rald, Leslie's Budget of Fun,
" " Police Gazette, Nick Nax.
" " " Pictorial, The Budget.
" " Press,
All of the above Perkidicats is receiveI regularly
and sold singly, or subscriptions kiken, by
dec2-tf F. HAGAN, Agent.
Paper! Paper!! Paper!!!
1,000 Iteama of Letter, Cap, Note and Account
Pa;er; Ruled and unruled, plain and fancy colors
great variety, direct from Mills, and for sale at low
prices, by y. HAGAN,
doc4-tf Market street.
Three Beautiful Lots
ON JEFFERSON STREET.
0V SATURDAY DEC 11, at the Court House Cate"
I will sell to the ni(.liest bidder for Cash. Three
Bean UI11I It fronting on Jcflerson stre-t, oue lot in
H.iHlam'n adilition, fronting 3 feet running back 144
feet. To Li tH in Hall's addition fronting encli 6J
fee, 9 inches runuiiig hack about the same distance.
These are beaut. fill lots and us we are determined to
sell, will be a gxd chance for a Steculation.
dec3-td E. R. GLASCOCK, Acent.
(, mi. Quitman and the Spirit of '76
AIXING with an excellent lot of Pocahontas Smok
ing Tobacco has inst been received from the man
ti fact u rer Halsey & R(oker, of ,y nchhiirif , Va., at
J. W. Langley A. Co'8., who are selling Uio Langborn
a Armisteud Tobacco low er than usual.
J. W. LANGLEY CO.,
dec4-tf wo 44 Union street.
Chancery Sale of Store-lionse
on College Street, and tf val
uable INegro 3Ian, Stocks, Ke
John H. k Wm. H. Ewin, v. Jno. Z. Pvudleton
Adnrr, and others.
Pl'KPrAVT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, at November Term IS5S, in above
cause, I will sell at the Court House, in this city, on
sionaay, tin; 3i uay ot January, 1K.V.I, the following
property, to-wit: That vai t ABijSToKK iku sk mi Lot,
on the West side of College sti eet. near Church Spi;iv;
Burn, ii-in iuieii ity. r reeioau liroiuers, anil Ol'
ing the Same formerly occupied by Kwm Brothers as
Drug More. The lot fronts I'D l.-et ami a hall-inch
and is 180 feet deep. A likrly ami raluai.le H'-gro man
ntmra mik. fTiy tnnrrt f immsrcuil Ituurowt
Stuck. 20 rhare .Xarkritle Huilding AuuicitUiun St,k.
4; tham .ahi-ilU ami Cliatlamya Unilruatt Stuck.
ltJll Hie House and l.ol will be sold on 1, i am!
3 years credit, with interest from day of sale. The
neifro man 7-ick and the Mix ks, on 6 months credit,
without iuterest. Notes, w ith gMd i-crsoiial security
nnd payable in Bank, will be repiired,and on the
iteat bsute alien will ue retained lorrurllier security
Dec 4 td. J E. GI.EAVES, C AM.
Chancery Sale of Store-house
on Public Square.
David H. C. Spenceand wife and others, ex parte.
TJL'RSl'ANT to decree ot the Chancery Court a
M. .usuviiie, hi .-ovemoer term, 111 above
cause, I will sell at the Court House gate, in thiscitv
on Monday, the 3d day of January. Is5;l. the Store
house and lot lying on the north side of the Public
Square in the . City of Nashville, and being the
same roierty now occupied by Messrs. Eakm it Co
as a vt boiesale Iry Goods More The lot fronts 28
reet on the Square, and is 27 feet deep.
TERMS -1, 2 snd 3-years credit, with interest from
aay 01 sale, aoich required, with good personal te
curny, payaiile lu ISauk, aud a lien retained.
Dec. 4 11. J. E. UIJ-A VES, C. 4c M
Chancery sale of Farm of 150
cres, anuxu Aegroes.
James Demoss k others, vs. Tho's Demoss k others
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nastville,in above cause, I a ill sell tX THE
PREMISES, lmiles west of Nashville, and near the
Richland Turnpike Road, on T lies. la v. the 4th ilav r
January, lno'i, THK TKAtT OKI.ANK menuoneD m
the pleadings, aud known as the Iiemoss Place, eoo
taining 150 acres, and TWENTY-SIX VALUABLE NE-
ulf !-, of tliOurent ages and sizes.
Tl-JtM- The land will be sold on 1,2 snd S tears
creon. witn interest irom nay ol sale. TUe negriM-s
on TWEI.VE MONTHS CREDIT. Notes with gtt per.
sonal security required, payable iu Bank, aud on the
land a lien lo be retained until the purchase mouey
is iuuy 1
Iec 4 td.
J. E. CLEAVES, C. AM.
rTlHE partnership heretofore existing between the
i subscnliers under tlie Brm of MtCALL, VA VJ-:iJt
is tins day dissolved by mutual conA-nt, A.
MuOill retiring from tbe firm. Sam Van leer is
atone authorized to use the name of tbe arm in liui
nation. A. W. M. A1.L,
Nashville, Doe. 2, 186. SAM VANUiR.
HAVING pun h.ise-1 Ihe entire Interest of A. W.
MOn in the firm of McCAU.. VA VI.ELR k CO ,
I stiall continue the Hardware Itualneaa aa
the old stand, No. 44, Soulii Market Street, auder the
Sam Vanleer afe Co.,
And shall be pleased to see the old friends and ens.
tomers of the Lite Brm, assurirg them of my best ef
fort to warrant a continuance of their liberal patron
a-e bestowed on the old iirm.
Dec- 4 If. SAM VANLEER.
IN retiring from tlie Arm of McCall, Tanleer k Co.,
I lake tins isportnai.y of returning my thattks lor
tne liberal patronage heretofore rlt'-u.led lu tha lata
firm, aad recommend my former partner as a gentle
man worthy of all commence.
Deo. 4 If. A. W. McCALL.
LouiviIIeand Nashrille Railroad
0V and after Monday, Nov. 29,1S5, trains will
run aa follows:
Ieavs t.aUatui 1 P. M.
Arrive fcigrneid 2:30 P.M.
lavo " 3 30
leaves tiaiUtm 710 A.M
Arrive Ugeueid, 9 A.M.
Leave - , - 10
Arrive Gallatin 11.30 A.M
Arrive fUlUtln $ P. M.
The Tram leaving Gallatin at 7:30 A. M
Edgefield atlO A. M., connects at Gallatin with mall
coaches 10 and from louisvllle. The tram leataig
Edgeaelt at 10 A. M., and Gallatin at I P.M. eon.
aej-ts with maiU c-acbes to and from Hartsvilie aad
Carthage. Only the morning traia wui be run 00
Sun-lay . - ' - - -
Jfy Wearing apparel aloae ennstnitea baggage,
and each passenger will be allowed 0 L. freo. A
charge will be made for extra baggage wbarla cnost
be paid tn the coadaetor. Otner arta lea thaa bag
gage, carried In tit baggage cars, will b ehargeai
expreas freight, wliitk aauat b. ptud to the Af eul of
the Ex press Company.
Paae--gers taking their seata at Gatlatia aad Edga
fleU, without purctiaalfig ttckru, will be charged 10
aovai KOIIT. Madron, StapX
XI n a Mines, Raeeoon Monnlaln.
THE -fln Company la aow la sneee-f ul ofH-rf-ix-
aad ready to fojilr tbe vhrille Market to any
riled It will be found t Ke the bet C-l elfe-red la
tltta city, -sr-a-farriaw am iwt, mm kmt IAa aay staaw,
swrwtay atarA lutoar aaat ssalaw may httU tk.
It does aot hcht ap aa quickly aa CuatrUnd ar
BJver Corl, ji 11 Is by m means bard to ksadW. aad
with a IttlU tars ss tba mrnisg it .ill be fuoad ta
bwra Bh great reWaiwa. . guaraabia Ibat it M
far aaora euOwW.K'ai tbaa aay uttier LmJ la this aar.
ket. Tba sailed Coal aaakea Um bet t aad cioat ttrmm-
taTul tra.aad covered with taeCoal at a 14 b 1, adM
lifl4 wivh th. pokar ta h auiriimg.M w.li at coca
aiaaa ua aad aoa snaks a brtcbt tra. It la first rata
fur ckaaa stoves, grata, atarBuao sltopa, if oa fursacca,
Try a oaa aad all, aad eoena aad tea it bra at the
eficc nf iKe JJmm Cud Cuaspaay.
WtZ-U . ft. J. ACNEW, ageat.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED A LARGE. AND COMPLETE STOCK OF FANCY COOPS. CON
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Cordial, Toilet, Chamber and Bar Setts;
Together with every variety of Fancy Articles, suitable for Christmas Presents, or Parlor Oraarm-nts; Plan
Band aud White China Dinner and 'l est Ware. A large lot or
CUT -A.2STD PEESSED GLASS
Some of New Shanes and Designs; Common Wares, Ac, making a larger and mwr- rorm-li t- stock V mirh
articles than is UKually kept in China Halls; which we uow ofT-r t all who fool itiHfHweJ ta Uvor u. aitu a
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Kauojora 8ou ta f real vartrty.
For aaieby CHAKLES W. $MtTU.
trU . - -, . - L
ntAXK I-8!JE"8 New laaally Magar.ea, wall
i Nka is laclwded tba Gaaetle of Fahpa , w4 reraivcw
f JOHN YOHK CO.,
ar2S-tf . Ik. Zi Vummi H.
Ural (C-stoir Salts.
ON" THURSDAY. THE ?V OF PFCFMITR NFXT,
I propone t brn r ft" great :lle M t-.i n, f!,,
ait. lit:. .n. near the Railroad .ie-l. I a ill on thi.r n-.
canon -rr-rsotiie tlm tv or forty l.t, u m.- f them
well unoro-eil and with neat ami substantial ressleu
crs upon tliem.
For furllv.-r artxulnr, n hnod b tlx. Air.
ll'RMS. One. two Mil l three vears credit, for notes
TMirable lii Bank, s.itifactoriy aecured , bi-aru.g in
leresi.nud a lieu rvtamel.
,. A. V. S. ijnhsu:v.
E. R. Clamoik-k, Auctioneer.
The nlwrc sale is postponed until Wednexlwr
Stll I II at. ,i.,-i.,
Most Valuable City TroperryT
At lul)llc Sale.
On Xliararlay, Oil. of Derember nnl,
ON the pren.i-s. M 11 oVI.-ck A.M.I Prnp,w
oir.-r st pM,r s.-,!,. tr, r,m,MUH ,;,.I,.l,..,r
corn, r orOmr.-l, an I M. U-mo-e street- now. cn,.
pled bv Wm. 1 smitl,. F-. 11k. T.ot fron.. f..o,
011 Church an 1 l-.-t on VI. more street II,.,.,. r.m
tains ten r-d room-, with mvi.rv out I t;,
Hvtures.Hvdranlwer.Ae. It is one f.e i'.t
M a r,-',!' ", in fl" rr. I c.tive,.,, ,lt to
all the business parts ..four ctv.
Also tt tlie ssme tmie thr. vacant I.u, imm...
rliatelv ad,omii,g tt,e alK.ve. front-mr a. h 4o Te.-t or,
riiurch stre.-t. an. I roniiiim Lack I s feci to au all. r
The foregoing property is Iree rrom Uxes.
For the House and Jt on fourth enhh-,; nee I
2 and 3 year's credit, for uot-a satLsfactonlv .,-nrr f
bearmif ini-rest. payable In hank and a lien ret ,1,,. ,!
lor the vacant Ij.Ik a credit of 1, and 3 veai s for
notes le,iring interest an. s.-cure.t as above'
Will Im sold privately u" ilcsire.l Kor furlber
particulars call on
S. I.I vr-i FY.
E. R. (Wsscock, Anctioneer
On .VcFsmore. Inlwrrn (Jmrrfi ai d Brood rtrttt.
I AM olWine for sale. privalelv, that vnlu
able IKlOFAVH Ittr, sii.i..te,l ,. M. I.-
more Mroci. oeinccn llnirch and It-.U..
fronting on M I ei..re SO feet, ritai iep l.a.-fc )ro f.-ef,
to an alley. The tim-rorcmciiis c,.i,si-t of a 10 stor
brik.cor.ta nine .1 ro.,.ns m tl,e n .-un buil.linc !.
sids krt.-licn . s.-r v.-,nl-' r,n,, stslc, $rr. Tbei- is,
also u flneweflor n.-ver f.i ilfrir water t.r,.V mlo-r
cum etnetires. winch mak-s it all 4.c.-ih.-r a r.M.
place. In.V io'.-rf of it hemir fr-e fr. in taxation
snd c. nira! to tie- businas .rtin of the cm nn,
w.thall the arf ntx-ieea ,.f hei- p in the c.rr.-V n
will recomiKon,' Itself f the favorable Consideration
of fhinte w-hlnir t" O'lrchase.
If not ....( orit-Nt- v before Ihe PTH fiF 1'ITFM
"EII VI'XT. I will i,n t it at p.ibli.: sale, 01, the prem
ises, at H .I'rlork. For lerm, Ar , aimtr to
n,, 2-lf F. R . LAST inc. A if. ii t.
A SMALL FARM
llUl SAI.H PKIVATKI-Y.
TAM now '-tr.-rlnr for sale, privatelr, upon
i,rc.,ii,mi.rl,iii.t 1 rni. the farm of Jaw-s rpCL
S. lint, .itiinie.t on the HilM...r..' l ike, r i; stsV
mib- from tliw ciiv. an.t .-iii..ii.iiir n.e l,.,...
of Wllloiu-lit.v Williams. Jno. II .II 1 ,.,,,.,. mA
John Williams. The traci contains
ahoni thirtv of which Is in ciiltivnlion and the hahir.ro
. eavilv fin. In-red with hickorv. se..r tree, ash. Ar.
Tlie oil isoftlie flnc t uualtiy , with two excrfleni
liever -fallll-g prirgs.
l"w.n the tn.rt ta a hewed log house. In r"od erler
There is also a iM-ai.tiful l.i;iMnig aite. and ai'h Hie
lroper kind o' in pr.. ein. nl could be nianV onr .
the nie.t Hes.r-.ble plares in tlie rountv. We w.Hr'TO
a Itnrpain in lh roerly as I am desirous or se'lmg
For tern,, of sale and particulars call on JAMES S.
II1IJ., or. Ihe premises, or to
E. R CI.ASffM K.
ortl3-tf Kj.iait, Agent.
A Handsome filj Resldrnee,
IV t. 71 Cedar Street,
Vor Wale, lrlvalelv.
TA' offermg foi sale, priralcly, that hea 50.
tilnl and commodious fmiilv residrrre. Villi
74 trdar rt., on Capitol Hill, a few
n.ors I t-low t ine street.
present oaiei and
..-rnpieo .v 11. II. M4I-KIS. lie III. pr V n.el.tS C tl-
sisl of a io si.-ry bra k, rot-1.. in ire t r.n-s in the
niain I'oil.'inc. w th an ari. 'moral room ever tl.o
pass.-ipr in sec. i'ri stoi v , nnik u g alt, gi ther T ro n s.
There is also a rood two n.-rv bra k kit. I.rn. eon.
I ta.i.rnif lw- servant's rea.n s, Km ke Horse, Prrtrv.
win l',. r i.M,-.rr m. i..ii,r, in liialit g Stable,
. li.e ,.t is .VI feel rront on Cedar street, ri:unii g
back t.'ai f, i t to an nllev.
Ti l w.rtr pr. ni many advantages to the
bosi: cs num. in u l of b ralior . lo anr y. I oflcrrd,
x-ii.e bin a few nvnniea walk rr. ni aiit 'ortion if
ll.e bi-sim . n Hri- i f ihe rilv. The price ti,-,! iMh n
llsh. nl, I l.e an Indi-ren.ei t to the ra Halin. or I.,
t h sea l-l it r to rnrrir l.en iu a l,s-.-t:.-n rverv
wav C.sirsble. We w ill take pie, sure in slowing
the pr rlv at ai y t me I., irrsors wisl irg l
pnrrlwise. It r.rc. Is Dy n r -slnati u to coniiiiend
Merit. For lera s, Ac, B .v to , -n-vin-tf
Ml. CI ASCt-f-K. Agent.
Iits In MetJavoeU. 7
'r i r sale privatelv. v lois in Mctlavmk,
1 MtuaU-d on JrfT.-rsf t,, M.o'Kon, Fillmore Avenue,
Horeore. Allo-rli Avenue, Hen.'crrh, tt and .tanirs
stree s, wI.h b I will sell at great harri . These
l4aare n:w some of the m t.--ntii, I in that a, I.
ditior.,aad t tlH-se f small n eat... wai th g cl-ean
homes, now la their ch.tire. For psrtlcnlar. rail oa
K. K t.IJtMl CK,
S T 0 RAGE.
New Fire Proof Warehouse.
THE nndera-ened liave taken the Urge Warehouse
recently ,-rrcte.l, runi'ing lliro. rli fr.jn Market
tiiColle-e'ire.'t.and are amply pre are.1 to lo,e on
rav.-sble temis a'l aitn Us tt'at may trorired.
The att -ntioii t( it.erchant. in the city is rprri.-Py
directed lo iH.r fa, iln-es for tat ing rare'.. I Sngsr, C.-r-'r.
Sa k Suit an-l M-'laaM-s, and to the Ia4 t that in
a. irai.ee against fire ran lie -l.t.,,i,rd on gi'a stored
w-th liana mtmi favorable terns.
We will alao keep a constant supply of p.tl FP HAY
aad ItiKX in :'-a-ts. w hi-h will he sa.ht im H...I rv
oo.il.le term. A share of H.l.lic ivlruaf e is re
n,.v27- ly . - . M. A. PARp II A Cfi.
A tsooil luvcstinenU
TH AYE ftw sale aa Interest In a PRINTING till ICT.
doing a srnapereaiB bnaitMwa in a thriving town.
Persona wwhnig U embark in this kmd of bu.vnrsa
will find in ma rare c.banc.
ov?-tr F R. CLAFCOCK.
The (.host la (he Stereoscope.
JUST received a large cIUciso of Sleraoacopaa
views oo Otasa aad I'afwr.
Plain and colored at all yricrm, from 26 cents each,
and up warn a.
We Itave a great vartetv of views la France, Eng
land, fwitavrlaod, Ppaia, H'dUnd.Orwtany and Aaa
irst Also, views of ta principal buildings in farts,
Madrt-I, iMidoa. Ac.
Kwoea fn-m ttti Waverly Novels, Elliott's nrwiai,
Hwtoracat SketUwas, UlaetraUona of Natural, Hiato
,y.ax.A Cinaea from ftaa tsAuea, Raphael's Cartruons, Ac.
Yarasos rroopo wsm lbis, Jt.
Com oris in altogether the beat eonWj4 of tbesa
beaulStl pteiwrea oaeod a tha my.
A few thorauacopea of no. quality, at very low
Iloute furnUtalnc Goods.
Ws arw daily ranHving aewaruclea freea New Yurk
aad aow bar. oa laaad a vry taa asaoruoeal of
Fire Irons aad t'laadarda.
Old Iiotowioa 4ee and Te Pots.
Cotfce I'raa, Grtgura, Taa aad Coffee Puts all pat
tern i i I
valor PVaUw aad Diabea.' "
Cor'. red DiaJtra ef avary a aa.
Inah t'ov.ra, ac. , kc.
tur aasuruneat uf tut Cutlery la complete.
" do2-tf - MACaa-S'ilK M1NCH1X
,t j For Sale. -t -
T7S ara aeUiag a apleadid ht of IJINCHORN,
II AKMUiTLAUANllttiBB S ToBAtCti, verv low.
. J. H. LANolAY HCO,
mS-Jt . 44 L'aiua Mreet.
A NEGRO girl rroaa It tola years aid. aa a araa)
JX fur basuhsaof tua 7 sax, tr pattavaUn toqsira