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SATURDAV, DECEMBER 9, 1SC5.
Finance and Trade.
Special Ditpatch to tho Missouri Democrat
n-. ........,.. Tu. O Thn Xnvemhcr state.
mcntortlio National Irca urr Department will
show n decrease in tho principal, a, compared
..." , -rV,ii,;tr-,l nfnlioat 8ii millions
dollars- showing a total decrease iinec the 31st or
S Sf twenty-thrce millioo.. There . is now
two thousand ncvcn nunaiw
lions. The statement muui. i''"-
National Bank circulation to the amount o
icur mui'on? rt7 lan was issued frjm
Vhe TrcuTent during the week ending
l'ho total amount isuod up to tho
present dateis two hundred and twenty-one mill
ions five hundred and twenty-onp millions five
bradfed d imy-ei"t thousand and fifty dol
nunurvu . authorized during the
week, vis: Kational Hank of AugusU, with
Zu'. of five hundred thousand dollars.
The Treasury Department last week redeemed
certificates or indebtedness to the amount of nine
hundred and fifty-one tboU!an,lc'trh1ud,r.a.1
eighty dollars; during -
ciSrcncytj tho amount of two hundred and mno-
ty-Cvo tnousana lour liunuiuu uvi.. "-
tint articles of general consumption. Hunts.
Salt liquors anf tobacco will bo relied upon
chiefly Tor this purpose, and tea and sugarw.ll a -VZ.iA
!,., in n ncondnry matter. The tariff will
be highly protective, and will tend as far as pos
sible to tho exclusion of all foreign poods which
Monetary and Commercial.
Orrics or Tits Usiov asp AvEitiCAX.I
I'tllDAY, DOC 'J. J
Monetary. Gold Eccmod rather feverish and
unsettled in New York yesterday, opening at
llf.K and at noon was 113. Hero tho transactions
nro very limited and wo heard of only small lots
changing hands. Brokers paid IV?A and held at
ThcBank of Tennessee has somewbatimproved
Tho buying rata yesterday was 4042 with eonsid.
crablo amounts offering. It was generally held
by Brokers at 45.
Union Bank continues In demand at 53 cents
and is very scarce Hound lots would readily
command GO cent.
Planters' Hank is dul atJ6GC. Wc hoard of a
Broker selling $2000 at 57, though 5S is tho sel
Southern money is as heretofore. Tho inferior
Banks aro rather weak at tho quotations and aro
almost unsaleable, while tho better Banks nro
linn at tho advertised rates.
Cotton Business In this lino is still without
animation, with a farther decline. 354 bales were
reported to us by tho merchants as having been
received on yesterday; against 370 ehiped and 105
sold, at figures ranging from 1,37 to 1,41, accord'
Jng to grade. Wo find a variety of opinion
among merchants as to future prospect of Cotton,
somo confident of a heavy advance, while others
predict a still further decline.
AucrsTi, Ga., Dec. 4,
Cotton'. Tho market has been fluctuating and
unsettled during tho week, closing dull, with limi
ted traductions. Tho receipts notwithstanding
tho beautiful weather and excellent condition of
tho roadf, and also the great incentive to farmers
to rush their cotton to tho city, whero it would be
safely stored and covered by insurance have been
light, which may bo considered as evidence that
most of tho cotton has already como to market
Quotations are nominal. A few sales wero mado
yesterday at 42 to 41c. for strict to good middling
Tho lower grades nro wholly neglected.
WnsiT. Buyers aro offering 22 25, but there
is comparatively none in the market.
Fmrr. Market firm. Wo quote family, $103
11; extra family and fancy) ll(al2 CO.
Jiiisii I'oTATors. l'er. bbl. $16125.
COFFEE TCn I'OVND.
Bio. 52(335; Java, 5i60.
Bvaxn rr.n rouse.
New Orlcsn. 17(5121 ; Porto Rico. 172fl ; Cuba.
uoLiHsng rrn oillox.
Sugar House, llWqilK) j New Orleans, 1,1031,33
Torto Rico, Wl 00.
Brncr rr.n oiu.os.
Baltimore, 00S1.33 ; Golden, 1208il00.
tidi'ons rr.n qallox.
Whiskey. Bourbon. 13,005,00: do. Robertson
; do. unnimon, z.-jw,(i; I
Brandy, French, 4$10; do. Catawba. : do.
Gincrcr. fcl'iO : do. Annie. 4!5: ine.
Malaga, iS; do. Sherry, J2.755.
bacon rrn tocnp.
Bidea,25; Hams, 28; Shouldcn,: 22 ; Lard,2G.
teas tkii rocsn.
Imperial. $1,752.50; Young Hyson, $1.502,00
Per pound, C0c$l.C0.
Per M.; 2Sll20.
nrnUETicAi.t.T flnLKn. rrnpnz.
Oysters, llt, $3.S5ty.W. 21b, J.l.Tft5,00: Peachrs,
2b. it,2i5H,&0: sib, ifi.Uys.w; Peats, 21b. H&Oto
,,-5: ioniatocs, 21b. WW! 3tb, tt,fC5.00;
Kardincs, quar. box. 32;lSc ; Brandy Peaches,
. i7,5OM8,U0: Brandy Cherries, i7,508,00; Pino Ap
Baisins, !er box, M. R.,$Tft7,50 : Layers, $7$S
Almonds. 37)V40i!4 Filberts, 27WJV; Braiil Nuts
Ti Tomato Catsup, per dot., j2,2Mt2,r; Pepper
aucc, ZSZKZ&K Pickles, ots., f 4,7x5,00; pts.,
$i,7.V.4l.(W: Cntidy, nMorted,Vlt, 3aa!c; Rice, V
Jb, 12.'ii(Hc; Soda in kegs, l3wl5c.
Pepper, V lt tO; AllMiicc, do. 35 Ginger, do. 35;
Tubs. No 1. ilR. No. 2, No. X $13,W; do. in
Notts, (8) i.ij.D: Bucketn, V doi, t4,f10; AVasli
lioards, Hdbf'i Blackinc, finall, fiOftfiO, large, $1
Miah Wrapping paper, S. $1.10C1.20 M. l.wvsl.
CO. id 2,2Vni2,50; March. V Ih. 10.18; Candles. Star,
2527, Summer Mould, f7.rK) V Box; Soai, y tl,
104fl5; Vanry. Box. J.2,6(tV)0; ludiro, V w, $1,W
11,7k Madder, 1SSS1; Copperas, Adtl; Nails, SO
In barrels. ilT.C0tfl: half barrels. $10e12;
Kentucky Blnegra;. -);-S: Clover $12lr,
Timothy, ioJi3y; Orchard, $Xr-0; Hcnlsgrafs-
Oak Sole. tOfa'iO els: Hemlock, 40: Couiitr), t0;
CnlM,ins, per dot., iV76; Kip do. per dot.
$72Jil0: Tanner Oil, i- Per gal.
Clurliiiintl I.tvo Mock Mnrhet.
The receipts of hogs were chocked by tho heavy
declino which took plaeo last week, and tho ar
rivals wcro comparatively light, and au advanco
of percental was established. There if, how
ever, no animation in tho market, as tho regular
packers aro buying but sparingly, lin ing very Tit
le confidence in prices, and tho purchasers nro
Kcncrally to fill contract. A few Riles wcro mado
to-day at prices ranging from $! 25 lo $10 50 gross,
for light to heavy averages, nnd thcro wcro somo
transactions nt $11 25412 2i net, for delivery tho
first good weather. Tho receipts for tho week foot
up about 30,000 head.
Covington I.Hc Stock JInrket.
Covikoton; Ky., Monda-, Dec. 4.
Ilocs From the date of our last report (No
vcml)er C7.) until Friday, December 1. Hogs went
off pretty briskly at an ndranco of about M cent
per pound on tho quotations of tho preceding
week. Tho weather tinco Friday lias been rather
unfavorable, and but few t ales havo been made,
Thoso that wcro told rlnco that timo brought
almut tho advanco previously established. To
day wc hear of no talcs or offers to buy, nnd it is
proper to report n very heavy market, with 1,100
llogi left over in tiro pens. Prices during tho
past week ruled about as follows: Best Hoes, $10
per 100 pounds gross: second quality, JO 256 fO;
third quality. $3 Um
ClilmRti lroluce. Mnrkvt.
Dispatch to tho Chamber of Cdnimerco.
CuiCAOO, December 41 P. M.
Moss pork declined to $Zi for new.
Hogs are a shade firmer, but not quotably high
er. Tho receipt aro very Hcht. and tho market
, t closos firm at $V49l4c Gross recciptt. 1.(kX).
The entire number of Indians inhabiting
nil parts of our country amounts to aliout
four hundred and eighteen thousand. Tho
estimnted number in the unexplored Ur
ritoritics is thirty thousand; in Texas,
about twenty-four thousand ; of the tribes
living in New Mexico, about ninety-two thou
sand: in Callifornin, something over thirty
two thousand : in Oregon, about twenty-three
thousand, and in Utah lictwcen eleven and
twelve thousand. Many of the New Mexi
can Indians arc civilized, and have fixed
liabitations and townj.
The history of Mexico shows that during
the last forlvycars, Mexico lia had tlurty
peven different forms of government, thirty
two of which were Republics, and wvonty
fic Presidents. Its revolutions during that
time have amounted to over two hundred.
Many year tunc a Mexican protectorate
was urged upon the U. S. Senate by Gen.
Houston, upon tho ground that tho Mexican
people otherwise would fall a prey to some
European power. The project was con
demned and abandoned. Hut perhaps in
view of the past and present it would have
A Coroner in Arkansas, of the Dog-berry
pcrfuasion, after cmpanneling his jury, said:
"Now gcntlemfn, yeu arc to determine
whether tho deceased camo to his death bv
accidence, bv incidence, or by incendiary.
The vcrdictwas, " tho deceased came to his
death by nccidcnco ia tho ehspo of a bowi-
SOUTHERN STATE 'BffS.
AsseruiIln?ortIic ltfI(Intnre-.Tlie Offi
cers Chosen nnil Tlieir Antecedents
The Govcrnor'H Mcs-mirc IiitcninI Im
lro eincnts The rrcctlmcii They
Mimilil be Allowed to TcUij-Grn.
nullcr to Tnlic Coinmnml in Jnminry.
Richmond, Dec. A, 1805.
TIic Legislature of Virginia assembled to
day. In the absence of the Lieutenant Gov
ernor, Mr. Robinson of Norfolk presided
over the Senate ; Slielton D:ivia, Secretary
for the last eight years, was re-elected : "Wirt
Harrinon. Scrgeant-at-Anns. The House
organized by the election of John 11. Bald
win, who formerly represented the Augusta
district in the Confederate Congress, Stieak
er, and John Hell Itigger, Clerk.
- Bigger was Assistant Clerk for several
years. It. T. Burke was re-elected Ser-geant-at-Arnis.
After theorgani7jt:on of the Legislature,
tlic Governor's Message wa3 received and
The Governor first calls attention to the
public debt, showinc an acCTCgatc of
000.000 ammst SiOOO.000 available assets,
Tiie State has several millions in unproduc
tive internal improvements. The interest
due on the fintof January exceeds $6,000,-
00l. Tlic question ot taxation is considered
at some length. The Governor Bays a levy
of 00 per cent, on the real estate wilt oc
quired, and recommends a tax or license for
i ti i rv!
uiteiii ujmuid ill Liiu lutein ui v uiiii.w
Uo suffccsts the Rale of the State invest
ment in railroad stocks and bonds, which
would relieve the State of $15,000,000 of
debt, and promote the ciucienry of the rail
The educational interests of Virginia aro
specially commended to the attention of the
legislature, and the establishment of a
Polytechnic School is urjied,
J lie liovcmor recommends tlic passage ol
laws holding Judiciaries responsible for in
vestments in Confederate bonds. He thinks,
after mature consideration, verv little lciris
lation is needed in regard to the freedmcn ;
but they should be allowed to testily as wit
ncsscs, and should be tried and punished the
same as white persons. He advises that the
$3,000,000 heretofore invested in the Cov
ington and Ohio Ilailroad, be Kiven as boun
ty to any company that will complete the
The repeal of the usury laws is recom
mended, lhc Uovernor devotes the con
chiding part of the Mestagc to reconstruc
tion, and says it is of the utmost importance
mat me people ot Virginia give checnul
support to the Federal Govarnment in the
Sayment of all taxes assessed for paying the
It iB positively asserted here to-dav that
ucn. jjtiticr will take command oi the i;c
partmcnt of Virginia on the 8th of January
The Richmond Republic refers as follows
to tho new .Mayor of that city :
at tlic last meeting ol the City Council
David J. Saunders, vso President of that
ixMiy, was elected .Mayor ot itichmond. Mr.
Saunders has been a member of the Council
for fifteen years, a large proportiou of which
time he hxs been President, and is therefore
familiar with the city ordinances. He is not
a lawyer by profession, hut is a man of cood
business sense, marked industry, and of great
perseverance, it a legal question comes be
fore him, (and that is not at all probable, as
his court is not of record, but Hihicct to the
revision ot tlic ilastings Uiurt,) lie lias an
able adviser in the city attorney, who is a!
ways ready to give him counsel. Some
months after the surrender of Richmond,
Mr. baunders was appointed provisional
lnanaccr of the city by General Turner, and
performed the duties of that position in a
manner entirely acceptable to tho military
authorities and our citizens generally. It
would be imjH)ssible to say, in advance, how
he will fill the office of -Mayor, but we are
quite sure he will do the best he can, and
that the people will aid him to the cxtc'nt of
tli..ir -l.fisiv v ,i,i l. oi-,i
I I . -
CX)CClCl OI tTIIV lliail.
The llcpublic says:
Jhcrc is a general overhauling of the
irnntic ill llio I lonnrtinpnt nf trfrinin Tim
4th Provisional cavalry have been mustered
out of the service, and will embark at City
I'oint to-day for l.cw lork. The 2d Jew
ITT 1 . il . n.i 1-t tn -v i At
Ja"ip.ii irfc ine -lif-ianii iuj .niw lorK.uic
ouui Illinois, 1110 win crm
, crmont, the ISSth
rcnnoylvania, the G7th Ohio, and tho Sth
and 11 Ih Connecticut regiments, and com-
jiany A, 1st Loyal Virginia volunteers, will
be mustered out forthwith and sent to their
respective homes. AVhen they arc gone wc
Khali havo in the State of Virginia some six
thousand effective men. Of these about four
thousand will be stationed atllichmoml, and
the balance will be placed at such points in
tho State as tho military authorities shall
Matrimony is quite popular in Richmond.
The Jlepublic says:
1 wenty-nine adventurous yountr men. not
having the fear of the consequences before
their eyes, procured licenses to marry, at the
clerk's ollice of the Huttings Court, last
month. The marrying propensity has been
very decidedly manifested in Virginia since
the war came to a close. Hymen has suc
ceeded Mars. Long may he reign 1
RAi.r.ioii. N. C. Dec. -I. ISCo. The Hon.
Mr. Graham was elected United States Sen
ator to-day for the long term, receiving 1I5S
out ol lol voles.
Tho balloting for a Senator for the short
term was without success.
Mr. Graham was in the Confederate Sen
ate, and has not been pardoned.
H.MINGTOX, i. t ., Dec. 1, 1SG5. Much
gratification is mani fueled nt the election of
Mr. Graham to the United States Senate.
The Journal and the. J)imich have lieen
advocating the election of those who cannot
take the tet oath. Hie l)imtcJi nominated
Graham and Vance. The Herald, Conscrva
tive, will denounce the election of Graham,
and has been steadily urging tho election of
men who can take the tot oath. The dispo
Mtion iu this part of the Stale is to do what
the rrosHlcnt cxprely says tr.ey must uo,
anil nothing more.
Mi:irm-ij or Tin: Lixjislatuue. A cor
respondent of the Atlanta Intelligencer, wri
ting from Millcdgeville, sayt:
" In regard to the Sennlorship, the gener
al conclusion seems to be that .Mr. Stephens
will be elected for the long term, as it is
known that he permits his namo'tobc used.
There is less unanimity of opinion as to the
short term. iSeitlier pjc-Uovcnior lirown
nor Kx-Governor Johnton will be a candi
Judge "Warner is here and will be run for
the vacancy in the NipremcOourt, occasion
ul liy the election ol .luitge Jenkins as
Governor. It is altogether probable that
Judge nrner will nave no opponent.
A prominent Representative who had op
posed the establishment of the Supreme
Court, remarked in my hearing that he
would be well satisfied to have the Court as
originally constituted, with Messrs. Lump
kin, Warner and Nistatt forjudges. It is
not known that Judge Nisbett would accept.
In the meantime. Judges Harris, "Valker,
1-iochranc and others, arc spoken of as can
Tun City Council of Atlanta have of
fered $14fc0 for the apprehension and de
livering ot the jierson or persons who on
the night of the I't'th of last month assassi
nated Jas. R. Crew, an old and retired citi
xen. The Augusta ClmtiiluliomUft pays Cotton
feed arc selling in that city jit $5 per bushel.
union ofltic l.-st.liliiro relative
to tlic ItciiliKloii or Ijitior.
A correspondent writing from Montgome-rj-
to tho Mobile Ilegitttr, says : on the sub
jects of the proper regulation of negro labor,
and tho prevention of vagrancy and pauper
ism. The question is one requiring much
deliberation and forethought. In fact every
measure which has been otTered is more or
less defective. To protect the freedmcn and
at the same render his labor remunerative
to the employee, is the-grand object desired.
The bill introduced by Judge G. F. Smith,
of Choctaw county, (a memler of the lower
House,) is one of the moot practicable meas
ures yet submitted, and 1 have prepared a
full synojsis of its contents as follows:
The .first nection of this bill provided that
frvedmen may contract and lie contracted
with, sue and be sued plead and be im
pleaded, in all tho courts of law and equity
in this State.
Btc 2. That freeJmca ball not bo restricted in
thoir risbu to chooec their Imhum and employ
ment, b1 HiaVe their 6nn contracts lbr the per
lormanee of labor or trrtice. with ueh con
dition! and atipulalioiu iu they may agree
Sue, 3. Provides that all contracts between
while pertons and friixlrocn thill be reduced
to writing, and attetted by two witnestcs, and
mutt bo executed ia dupliratc, each, of tho
conttactine .parties to retain a copy of the con
tract. Sec. 4. rmvides that tho head of each family
shall havo tho power to make contracts for
labor or service to be performed by the wifo
andsueb child or children as may be under tho
ace of twenty-one vcars. and makes such con
tracts as binding as if tho wife were nfcmmr ioU,
and tho children of lull ape contracting for them
selves. Six. 5. Provides that it shall bo tho duty of
wnito persons wno contract to supply lreeumcn
with food, clothine raid medical aid. to norform
strictly that part of tho agreement, and if they
tail to perioral mat part oi tno contract, such lai
Iure justifies tho frccdman in abandoning it.
Sec 7. Provides that incases where white ner-
sons lcaso or rent their lands to freedmcn, for agri
cultural or other purposes, such white persons shall
bo liable Tor taxes assessed against the freedmcn,
aod the relation of principaLand agent shall exist
between them, and the white person is made liable
for all contracts for necessaries supplied to the
frccdman. and for all other act' done to the same
extent that a principal is now liable fur the acts of
Skc 9. Provides that if any frccdman contracts
to perform labor or fervice lor a white man, and
fails to perform sueh contract with diligence ac
cording to it f'tipulations, or abandons such con
tract, he shall be deemed guilty of vagrancy, and
shall forfeit his wages may bo tried for vagrancy
beforo a justice of the Peace, and upon conviction,
if tho employer refuses to receive him back into
his employment shall bo hired out for tho re
mainder of tho year by the Justice, and tho tirn-
ceedsof bis labor paid into thecounty treasury to
oonsiituiea tuna lorino support ol Uic pauper ne
groes in the county.
Skc. 10. Provides that if nny freedmcn, hired
out by j.usiicc, refuses to labor for such hire, ho
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
provides adequnto punishment.
Sec 11. Provides that if any Hereon shall em
ploy, decoy off, or allow any frcedmen to remain
on hi or her premifcs, or give entertainment to
sucli trccuinen while he has a contract not com-
Ttlptwl tn ftorfitrni IfiLnr nr con-inn fnr nnnllm.
without a written consent from the party cntiticd
to sach service or lalxir. such person shall be deem
ed cjilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction
shall be punUhed by a fino of five hundred dollars
and twelve months imprisonment, in tho county
i-ti ; , :...,. . i . -
41111. una uiii ivuiuuiff uiuu lujpuriaai provis
ions not contained in this brief.)
Judge SmithV bill wan read twice, under a sus
pension of the rule;, and referred to the appropri
A bill was introduced in the Legislature
last Monday, to incorporate the Alabama
College of Physicians and Surgeons,, and the
Charity iiosgitai at .Montgomery.
In the Legislature of Missouri, which is
now in session, Mr. Johnson of St. Louis, a
member of theIIousc,oflered, a few daysago,
the following resolution :
Jltjolcid. That the SDecial Committee nn Amend
ments to the Constitution be. and arcbercbv in-
eiruciciL.10 report, as soon as posiiuie.Fucli amend
ments to article second as will remove tho disabili
ties imposed therein upon teachers, attorneys at
law, ana preacners oi too gospel.
This resolution wasmibsequently amended.
on me motion ol a itauicai, by adding :
"And also such amendments to section nineteen.
articlo two. as will i-ccure the risht of suffrage in
lbio to all persons wuosiiailtio able to read and
wntc, regardless ol color."
And was then postponed till the first of
Graphic Description of tlic C'harnclcr of
iiiv I.mperor IjOiiih jmicoii Ills
IlnliilH Tlic Cliuructcr of llio Empress
From tho Richmond (Va,) Examiner.
The last btcamer brought the news that a
mvstenous telegram received at the Ex
change, at Frankfort, had suddenly caused
great consternation among the rich bankers
of that centre ol continental hnance, and
iiroduccd a serious lall m many securities,
t soon became known that the dispatch
spoke of a paralytic attack of tho French
Jmpcror. lhc news itself which did not
even claim to be official may have been
true, or it may naye been a mere speculation
of the kind which once sent Lord Cochrane,
justly or unjustly, into exile and disgrace ;
but its immediate and marked ell'ect showed
at once the paramount importauce which
makes the peace of all Europe depend on
the health of a single man. Whatever we
may think of the morale of Louis Xapoleon.
it cannot be denied that the hold he has ob
tained on the mind of the French, and the
control over his 500,000 bayonets gives him
a weight and inlluence in the affairs of the
world, which was probably never obtained
J1"0"8 b :l I" ",lc,r- 11 maJ'. therefore,
be of some interest to learn from a person.
I ll (tii iinwnnnl oiIaIkmib nlnnn.
I r-BU,, itiauwua utuiit; uiuiillly jor
i, i ' :.i.: :.i n.:t c... '
,nmn i,n o i.nn.. i. :.i ,
1 J 1
His health is apparently excellent, and
such as seems to justify expectations of a pro
tracted life. It is true, the elasticity of
youth has disappeared, and signs of the riper
manhood ol lus lilty-six years begin to show
more clearly. The form grows fuller, the
carriage less firm, the walk easier, the eye
more languid than ever, and the hair disap
pears in alt directions, ljut what is espec
ially perceptible by those who are not in the
way of seeing the Emperor dailv, is the gen
eral relaxing of all the features. Still, those
signs arc nothing but what is noticed in
every man who has passed his fiftieth year,
and has led an active life, rich in bodily and
mental excitement. It is evident that the
Emperor can never have been a handsome
man, not even in his youth ; and now that
freshness and grace have long departed, his
appearance is in no wise winning. The brow
is too broad, the complexion too yellow, and
the icg, hall Juu under increasing corpulcn
cy, are too short in proportion a defect
which is very striking when the Emperor
walks out on foot. The blush-gray eyes arc
more than over exst to the ground, and even
when raised they are only half unveiled. In
spite of these disadvantages, there are noble
qualities, great calmness clearness of
thought, nnd irresistible power of will im.
pressed upon that immovable face, that looks
as if it were hewn out of granite. Phrenol
ogists tell us, moreover, that the breadth of
the skull is extraordinary, and indicates
rare faculties, in his youth, famed for his
skill m gymnastic1!, and through life an ex
cellent horseman, the Emperor has of late
become very quiet. lie rarely mounts his
horses the best in Europe except when
reviews and great hunts demand it, and even
when he walks out he is apt to lean on the
arm of a companion.
His mode of life is extremely regular.
lie rNcs early and passes a large portion of
the dav at lus writing table, a necessity
which is easily explained iu a man who not
only rules a great Empire, but in his leis
ure hours translates Julius C-csar, Or invents
new kinds of guns. His German educa
tion has made him thoroughly at home in
geography and lutorv : lie speaks ! rench
with a decided accent, German and English;
understands Latin and Italian; is an excel
lent mathematician, and, theoretically, at
least, a superior artillerist, having written
some valuable works on artillery. It was
his good fortune, in his scientific education
as in more important points, that he was
not bred lor the throne, and thus learned
more, and more thoroughly than is gener
ally the case with l'nnces. Xs or must it be
forgotten that he made good use of his pro
tracted solitude in the prisons of Ham to
improve his mind and to strengthen his
The ofl-reicated assertion that Louis Na
poleon had led, when young, a reckless,
lawless life, is not founded upon truth, nor
is there any premature decay or fearful se
cret disease known to exist in him, that
could lc attributed to youthful extrava
gance. This does imply that he has always
led a truly philosophic life; his fondness for
cards and women are too well known, but it
is certain that since hit elevation to the
throne he has become more and more tern.
perate, and his beautiful wife has never had
true cause for jealousy .v At the table, he
cats moderately and drinks very little, and
when he joins the private circle, after din.
nor, ho shows no little humor, and by far
more affection than his impassive appear
ance and stern manner would seem to prom
ise. His married life is on the whole, a happy
one. The Empress, who represents admira
bly and gencrallv wears the purple with
much grace and dignity, has given him what
ho most desired on earth, a son and a suc
cessor. His highest wish to found a dvnas-
tv, is thus apparently secured, and lie is
grateful to her fur the noble gift. Hit do
mestic relations are, therefore, as satisfactory
as thev can well be in a sovereign's palace.
Hie l.m press, no Jongcr as lair and as win- i
ning as in the early dnvs of her splendor, I
still lCAUtitul enough lor a diadem, and un
derstands thoroughlv how to enlianco her
1 1 . 15 1
Ciiarms uTcs.quisiiciaAicanu imperial splen
dor. Unfortunately, she has all the pecu-
liaritiiis of Spanish women belonging to the
higher classes ot society, and these seriously
impair the power of her good influences and
the hanniness of her husband. She is utter
ly uneducated, ienorant and bv no means
tlesirous to improve herself, without any taste
for higher thoughts or leelings. Iter onlv
delight is in trilling conversation, in every
new amusement and a most extravagant ex
tienditurc. Her religion is a pure supersti
tion and bigotry ; her confessor is her true
lord and master, and the only serious occu-1
pation she ever engages in is to intrigue !
against the Emperor for the benefit of the
Pojms and the good of the Church. In pub
lic she is excessively liau:htv. and. therc-
l?..i t -i .i . r. t .: i
:iorc, nine peiovcu uv me peopic, aim hui
less bv tho army.
The little Prhico Xanoleon. the nride and
the joy of his parents, is a hearty, blooming
child, bearing all the signs of full health and
fine natural parU in his carriage and his lan
guage, Tho-Empcrtir is evidently exceed
ingly fond ot tho boy; ho romps and plays
with him and finds great delight in seeing
him much by his side His military taste
is carefully nurtured and developed, and
when he rides out on his little pony, dressed
up in his grenadier uniform, he excites the
admiration of all women, and the hearty
sympathy ol all men. Mill, mere is occa
sional sadness on his smooth brow, and few
can see him without asking what will, in
God's Providence, be the fate of the tender
child that bears so great and so ominous a
- - i 7m
Ml DI30X STE1TTOX,
HAMrTOX J. CHEXSY,
THOMAS O. roiXTEB,
BHKJ. P. HOT.
For the sale and purchase of
Cotton ami Tobncco, Wheat, riour,
no inox, Axn pkodvce gexeiially
Xon. 9 stntl 11 Rrond Siroct
"WE WILT, KEEP ON HAND A LARGE
T T and well aclectcu block
FOR TIIE WHOLESALE TRADE
ij1 BARRELS BOURBON WHISKY,
CO " Robinson County Whisky,
CO " Old Rye do
50 " Rectified do
20 " Cosnac Brandy,
20 hfbbls do do
10 barrels Holland Gin,
10 hfbbls do do
20 hf bbb New En eland Rum,
20 hf bbls Ginccr Brandy,
20 kecs do do
20 hf bbl Cherry Brandy,
20 kegs Lemon Cordial,
20keps Ginger do
50 baskcti Hcidsic, (pints and quarts).
20 boxes Sparkling Catawba,
100 sacks prime Rio Coffee.
. barrels icw Urlcans and Island bwrar.
50 " Crushed
50 " Powdered do
CO " Coflco do
ISO " choice Irish Potatoes.
15 " Table Salt,
25 " Molasses,
25 hf bbls do
2 barrels Syrup,
J.'iO hf bbls and kegs Syrup,
00 kits Mackerel, Nos. 1 aud 2,
2 hf bbls do
2") qr bbls do
50 boxes Cheese,
50 do Candy,
50 do Star Candles,
50 hf and nr boxes Star Candles,
50 boxes German and Family Soap,
50 do Pickles, (qts and pts),
10 cross Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powders.
50 boxes Starch,
10 cases 04) Sardines,
2 boxes llnisins,
SO hf and ir bxs llaisins,
50 dozen Painted Buckets,
500 rcams'iWrapping Paper.
100 dozen Brooms,
D) dozen Sieves,
500 kegs Nails,!
To. wMch wo invito tho attention of tho Mer
chants of Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama.
Strict attention will be nnid to reepirin- nnd
forwarding, and to the sale of Groceries and all
goods on consignment.
iieni" in the larcrc nnd commodious store nnd
warehouse, so long nnd favorably remembered as
the houso of Johnson A Smith, and nfterwards as
l'ishcr, Whccless .t Co., with the immenso sheds
and storago rooms, wo feel prepared to handle all
Cotton. Tobacco nnd General Produce, or roods
on consignment, on ns favorable terms as any
house in the city; and expecting to establish our
business upon a permanent basis, wc nromiso to
do all in our power to merit a liberal share of
BAGGING AND ROPE always on hand.
POIXTER cfc Co.
100 BARRELS VERY FINE IRISH POTA
TOES. For sale bv
decO-lni. STRATTON, POINTER & CO.
:frn Rolicrtsnn Coiinlv "Wliisltv. tin-Co
years old It it Snitcrior.
dccG-lm STRATTON, POINTER & CO.
ISACOA' ! ISACOX ! I
V 1S5 Tierces Breakfast Bacon, nnd for .ale by
M. T. II AG EN,
dec5 2w 5 Broad street.
t Tierces new leaf Lard, nnd for salo low by
M. T. HAGEN,
deoS gw 5 Broad street.
MATT. T. IIAGKX,
WHOLESALE GROCER,. COTTON FACTOR,
CiKXEHAT. COJIJIISSIOX SIEHCIIAXT,
NO. 5 BROAD STREET,
BETWEEN MARKET AND FRONT,
Liberal Advancci Made on Consignments,
MATT. T. HAGEN,
WHOLESALE GROCER, COTTON FACTOR
UEXEHAI, COM3IISSIOX MEKC'IIAXT,
NO. 5 BROAD STREET,
BETWEEN MARKET AND FRONT,
Liboral Advances Mads on ComiffnmcnU.
I H. THOMPSON,
PKALSR IN' mi
Under-Shirts and Drawers,
English and Ocrmaa Half-Hose,
flloves. Suspenders and Cravats,
Handkerchiefs and Collars.
Canes and Umbrellas,
Heavy Searlct and
White Ribbed Shirts and Drawers
' Gentlemen's Dressing Robes,
Trunks, Valises and Travelling Bats,
Porabs, Brushes and Perfumery.
H. H. THOMPSON,
28 Cherry Stxeet,
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
B. L. D1JI0VIM.E.
j. ir. imobt.
DEMOVILLE & CO.,
COR. CUURCII AND CIIERRY STREETS,
(Opposite Post Office,)
Dealers in Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs,
"WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGK
. j l assortment oi mo above named articles anil
invito tno attention or our
ftiends and dealers to them.
City and Country
HOUSE PAINTERS and others are invited to
tho larco stock of Paiutu (Dry and in Oil) of every
. FARMERS AND GARDNERS aro respectfully
invited to bear in mind that wo will shortly have
in store the largest stock of
i-AxiutETirs fiiesii cvitriKx si:cns
orcrbrrught to this market. Abo,
A lart.0 stock of
We invito country dealers and otners to call and
examine our large stock of Goods suited to their
trado before purchasing elsewhere, feeling assured
that wo can givo entire satisfaction.
PHYSICIANS will always find on hand a largo
T "NT 5 T T? TT 17 "XT T CI
J. 1 k5 1 It U IM JLi IN 1 O,
(SUIKtfCAI, AXI NEXTAI.;)
MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS;
TRUSSES, SUSPENSORIES, etc.,
And prepared to fill orders punctually, and on tho
most reasonable terms.
Prepared carefully by competent Prescriptionists
at ALL HOURS,
OT,l ESTAKMSIIEI) BRWfl
TOllBES & STEPHENS,
AVH0LESALE AND RETAIL.'
Corner College and Union Sif.,
"Wc liave just received from New York
markets very large additions to our former
a-osortmcnt, and would call tlic attention of
the puhlic to the largest and most complete
PUKE AXD FKESII DRUGS
Ever brought to thij city.
300 lbs Blue Stone,
0 gTOsi Drakes' Plantation Bitters,
10 gross Ccdron Bitters,
10 gross Hostcttcr's Bitters,
3 gross Roback's Bitters,
15 gross McLanc's Vermifuge,
10 gross Fabncstock'g Vermifuge,
5 gross Jayncs' Expectorant,
5 gross Aycr's Cherry Pectoral,
40 barrels Coal Oil,
10 barrels Varnish, assorted,
10 barrels Lard and Linseed Oil.
A largo Stock of
Fine "Wines nnd Liquors.
A very large dock of
Garden Seeds, growth of
20,000 Papers assorted Seeds,
10 bhla Onion SctU
2 Lhls Pumpkin Seed.
All of which is ofTered to the Trade and the
Public generally at the very lowest price.
ronnns Jt sTEi-irirs,
Cor. Collcgo and Ueioa til.
FAMILY GROCERIES &c.
I TERRASS BROTHERS
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
No. 33 SOUTH .MARKET STREET,
inniIes Rosin Soap:
IUU 50 casks Soda:
05 boics Indiso (Lest;)
' do Madden
25 kegs and half barrels Golden Sjrup :
10 barrels Hlackins;
100 boses Grainjand Ground Pcnncn
25 do G inzcr:
200 rcami Wrappins Paper;
20 cases Matches;
100 boxes Star Candles;
5 cases Sunny Side Tobacco;
20 boxes Imperial Tea. For sale loir by
, , , TERRASS liROS.
deel Ira S3 South Market street.
100 bbls. (.'ri!I.e.l VA,.r,.1 ,n,l nr,m,l.l,J
t or sale by TERRASS UROS.
SES. 100 bbls. common and choice
For sale by TERRASS liROS.
I7LOUR. 200 bbls,
? sale low by
extra to choice brands. For
CO bbls. F. N. A Co.'s Robcrtfon
1 ? county;
25bbls. Tennessee White.
For sale low by
-25 bbls. Country Lard. Forsaloby
C10FFEE. 100 bags prime Coftee. For sale by
' TERRASS BROS.
NO. S DEADRRICK STREET,
(old stand of Adams and Eves.)
ROBERT EYES & CO.,
"WWOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
TO T1IEIK FltlKNDS AND CVS.
tomcr3 that thev have onend a first Mn. Vnn-ilv
Grocery Store at thcold stand, so long occupied by
Adains 1c Eves, on Deadcrick street. Tno Stock
has been selected with care, and embraces a com
plete assortment of all thn stanld nnil fannv nrf"
clcs, together witi
OLD WINES, LIQUOltS.
CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.,
W?0DE& nests Wash Tubs, 20
JV dozen Wash Boards, 20 dozen Painted Buck-
cts. 16 dozen Sillers, a Linrc lot nf Itmnmn -ir. ;
"WJIISKY r30 barrels pure Old Robertson
T County , hisky for sale, by the eallon or
riOVE OYSTERS, Sardines, Pickles. Mustard.
J Brandy l-ruits. Catsups, etc.
CCOTCH ALE.-20 dozen Bottles of J. Walker A
J to.'s celebrated bottled Scotch Ale. Also a
large lot of Young i Co.'s Edinburc Ale, in bot
tles. pANDIES, Soda and Batter Crackers, Crack
ncll Biscuit, etc.
SUNDRIES Nails, Bed Cords, Rope, Wrapping
Paper, Dcmijons, Soaps, Candles, etc.
( 10FFEE, SUGAR. TEAS, etc.-Wo desire cspe
J cia ly to call attention to our f tock of Coffee.
Sugar, leas. Also, White Fish, Pickled Herring
1- lour by tho barrel or sack, for family use.
a. fii iHUlliy IISO.
ROBX EVES k CO
o. w. nowLAxn, lasdox Stockton-,
JOHN Jf. M-KRIIT. HENRY STERRT,
Late of Nashville, Tenn. Lato of Nashville, Tenn.
liOWXiAXI), SPEKKY & CO.
:ROC'EItS AXI) (iK7tERA,
COMMISSION M EE GHAUTS,
ron the salr or
COTTON, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE GENER
ALLY. 3'Partienlnr nltr-tilinn p-Irn in
of all kinds of M osteni Produce.
No. 40 WEST SECOND STREET,
dec 4 lm
"S? JS-r tTf
JUU Jii J a
And dealers in
Foreign & Domestic Liquors,
NO. 5S MARKET STREET,
SALE & LIVERY.
I X S ERTICE A G A I y.
L I T E II Y, S A L E,
EXCHANGE ST AH LIE
BETWEEN CIIERRY AND SUMMER
J. E. PEXTECOST, Proprietor.
'rllE UNDERSIGNED HAS JCST RETURN
L e.1 from the North, with tho best stock to be
hail in the oountrv. BUGGIES AND CAR
RIAGES ALL NEW, and bone superior to any
in this city.
My farilitia for BOARDING HORSES BY
THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH, are unequalled
in the city. The services of an experienced Hot
ler nave been secured, who will givo his exclusive
attention to stock.
Constantly, on hand, a fine lot of HORSES
AND M ULKS forsale at tb LOWEST MARKET
RATES. . ...
Harinr had a long experience in the busino&c, I
feel satisfied that lean giro fti'fa'tion in all cases
dect-lm J. r. PENTECOST.
J. C. WIIAKTOX & CO.,
DRUGS, .MEDICINES, ETO,
NO. 33 UNION STREET,
deci-ln 5ASUVI1LET. ENX.
TT?TYrrt A T omT-rT-. . . . . m. v "NAV
D I S P E X S A R Y
ul LUIUL U ID LUU LU.
IVO. -t. ISO, -t.
JVort Cherry Street, XashviUe.
Established his DISPENSARY in this city
several yeans since for tho treatment of
CHRONIC AND PRIVATE DISEASES,
having graduated nt the University of Pennsylva
nia, at Philadelphia, in 1814-45, and sinco that
tune ho has diligently applied himself to his pro
fession, and carefully investigated all tho remedial
agents best calculated to alleviate tho diseases of
suffering humanity, and thereby merit tho confi
dence and esteem of his fellow citizen. The en
viable reputation which his
IU U P E X U A R Y
haS nliraV3 Sustained, is in flll-Kllllirirnt rnm.
mcndaCion to thoso who have so long and favora
bly known it, and to such as are unacquainted
with its superiority, ho can say that physicians
throughout tho country njakc it a rule to send
AM, DESPEItATE CASES
to bim for treatment.
Whoever undertakes tho Medical Professiea
should feel rcstinguponhim adoublo obligation
one, tho duty ho owes to tho public, to whom he
announces that ho is anunlifipd inpmW nfh;.
profession; tho other, a duty he owes to himself,
to mako and maintain a reputation for attain
ments and skill.
Thcro are tome Practitioners, indeed there aro
many, uiiu arc ignorant Ol
because they fancy it i not rrtptttalU to trca
Ho who properly appreciates his fellow beings'
sufferings, will not know any difference in the
'abttltV of dtHKltrm nil mnlnrlfoc nrn nlitA fit
siinjecis ior n is care and reflection.
Thrro exists, without a doubt, a deplorable de-
greeof ignorance in regard to the nature and treat
ment of the whole clsss of lencrml Jliumtrt. Our
hospitals and graveyards are full of tho monu
ments oi ljnioranco in tho .Medical 1'rofcssion. and
it requires bold, scientific Physicians to mako this
and gire it tho rank acd respectability which its
unucr tno nend ol .n-ia intuitu li in
cluded oil Afilic-tions of both sexes, that do not
require aauy attention Irom Ins llitprntnrv.
In the treatment of Vcnrral Dittntti bin
It EM EI I EN AIIEMII.DAXI) PLEASANT
as possible, and tho timo ncccsary to effect a euro
mum uo ucicrminea Dy circumstances.
C03III.IMi:XTARY JfOTICKS RY TIIE
At a period like tho present, when our city is
filled to overlloning with u transient population,
and diseases prevail to an extent hitherto un
dreamt of, it is proper that the means of euro
snouiu oc oi ready access, and that ttioie imme
diately interested should have information which
will lead them to avail themselves of competent
medical advice. Men who have been educated in
the best schools of the profession of medicine, and
been successful in a practico of many years, aro
surely worthy of confidence ; if they have given
their attention exclusively to ono branch of the
Profession, and made themselves masters of it,
they. have still more right to expect support, mors
iiuriicuiariy ii iney navo auonid prool OI tnetr
ability to cure. To this latter claw belongs Dr. L.
L. CoirMAS. who, in his speciality, hx been a
benefactor to the afflicted, and may ever bo relied
on as a safe and sure physician. NaihtilU Union.
The attention of tho afflicted is directed to tb
advertisement of Dr. Coleman-, in another column.
As a practitioner in tho noble science of medicine,
ho stands at the head of his profession. Ho is a
graduato of the most distinguished University in
theStato of Pennsylvania, and it may well bo
proud of bim, for it all its alumni hare achieved
rucn success as nc nas, tno Alma Mnirr may well
icci proua oi ner onspnng. liatnviut Jimtt.
Attention is directed to tho advertisement of I
'j. io uoiounu in anoinercoivmn. AC9
Doctoral agrailuate of the UniTcr.ity of I'tunl
sylvania, an old and experienced practitioner, and
um uven Tcry lucccsiiui Doin nero ana elsewhere
in hu treatment of the various diseases to which
no uas uevoiea mi attention tor many years past.
Thoso reoulrinc his tervieeii will Ami that h (
cot only a skillful physician, but is a high-tooed.
wvicr seuiicuiaa. iiaijirilftf j rut.
Oflleo noum from K In tho Morn lnc to
O nt MSnt.
All letters must be addressed
BR. Jj. Iu. COUEMJLX,
Box 502, P. O.,
Hankrillc, TeHnwcc. i
uiu I UiUVnil. 1 IIVYVMIVI'i I rt A I V K H IN AT HfU V
i - - -I.
' . 1 zz I . k :v '
TUOS. M. BUCK,
Lato of JfrClure, Buck
J IS. M.BtKME.1.
Late of Irby Morcan X
BUCK, BARNES & CO.,
A"o. 29 A'ortli Market Street.,
orrosiTE st. ciuklts hotkl,
TTAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT
J i m Jieaiiiinnu (.ooKinfStiovos. suiN
able for tho wholesalo and retail trade. Wc keep
on hand constantly largo quantities of Tin
Plate, Shrct Iron and Slice t Copper.
""an sizes. c nave on nana and arc man
nf.ictunnc all descriptions of Tinware. Wc keep
Toilet Sets, Japanned Ware. Cake Uoxn, Coffeo
and Tea Canisters. Spice Boxes, etc.. Planished
Coffee and Tea Pots, Basins, etc. India Rubber
iraorjiau, iro siners, uystcr unties, lasting
of all kinds. Coffee Mills of all erodes. lUtchets.
Counter and Tea Scales. All of which wo offer to
inc : wnoicsaie ana retail trade as cheap as it can
We solicit a call from our old friends andmcr-
cnanu muting in tins market.
W e pat on TIN ROOFING, make and put down
ALLEY and PIPE, and repair all kinds of TIN
and COPPER WARE, ROOFING, etc.
J. w. wilsox. h. w. nrrTonrr. t. j. wilso.v.
j: w. wilsojSt& Co.,
Xo. 17 Collcjrc Street,
TIX AXD COPPJEIt WAKE,
WROUGHT IRON COOKING STOVES.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
COOKING & HEATING
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
COAL OIL LAMPS AND COAL OIL,
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON.
WIRE AND TINNER'S FINDINGS.
And Tin Ware of every description.
6S-TinlRooGng dono in tho host manner.
AUCTION & COMMISSION.
p. , M
s. e. oc isniLt..
Formerly with L.
B. Fito .t Co.
Formerly o" H. &
li. Doughs x to., and
Cooke, Bailey Jfc Co.
GODSHALL & HOLLAND.
Auction, I'ommlislon A 1'onrartllnc
w ;e c uiiaxts,
No. SOUTH MARKET STREET,
Consignments of Cotton, Dry Goodn, Boots, Shoef,
Hals, Tobacco, Groceries, Ac, solicited..
D. Weaver, Esj- Cashier Planter's Bank.
A. J. Duncan. Ki.. Pres't Bank of the Union.
It. C. MeNairy, Esa., Scc'y Commercial Ins. Co.
r.. ii. rarnswonn, r.uj.. Aitrni insuranco Lo.
Kwin A- Pendleton, W bolesalo Druggists.
Hugh Douglas, Ks., Loiiisrille, Ky.
Byrd Douglas, Ksij., Nashville. Tenn.
L. B. File, Esq., Nashville, Tenn.
WEAKLEY & WARREN,
Jfo. 12 Xortti College Nt.,
TBOLBBiLR AXO RtTAIL DIALXBA IX
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Call and lea us before purchasing.
iey Dadrlek Street,
(Over Barkhrn's Saloon.)
S KOW PREPARED TO Ri:CEI'E WORK AT
hi old stand on Deadrriak street, (over Bark-
lOrn't Haloon.) Ho dotal all ktrda of flaa &n,t
Pistol rrpslrinr. and warrants his work.
uniyretTUarunni 'iter laths tity. detl-lm.
. . v
nlHIRSVH I li'l LRU
BrkTs4rco,ife,.To'?69iu post 0Se,,j :
moncy. vruert ror mo pnrJTJia:
poults win reccivo proxnpc an,
zrom mm. ltcmitL&ncra riav
man orAdimi Axprcsi.
Bank of Ti-nn..
0tj isr in advance.
1J?nk of Tenn
l.Mur . ... .!! :-.. -rt.,-,
Planters' l ank 57 . .if..: i
BaukofChattanooja. 25 IC("'r 0rlcaR3 and 2f
I .l. .!.... ,111 .. 1 , 1
Seu.won the ralyect
l. 11 1 1 .- .....
tho Unionpar Bank.!? 'vZZ
Buek's Bank par vPc.Yin5-
,v ventral lsantol V ir
,- KIU1U. UM.U1I
einia. ( Secured 20
.xorinom Uamc..-.....Dar v i
Oeoeo Bank W NorfolkZT
company. Fairmount Bank-. 85
SOCTH Cakijlixi. Farmers Bank of Fin-
Bank of Camden 30 Farmers' Bank of Va". 23
Charleston IS Manufacturers' and
Chester 20 Farmers' 60
Georgetown- IS Merchant Bnk(Se
Hamburr 3 cured) Zi
" Newberry 25 Merchant' and Me
. theStatoofS. chanics . 60
Carolina 23 Monticcllo TWV- iS.
Commercial Bank 20 curcd) 20
Eschange P-ank 15 Northwestern Bank at
Fnrmers' iExchango Whline.... SO
Bank . .. 12 Northwestern Bank at
McrchanU Bank 20 Jenersonville 30
Peonies' Bank 50 Southwestern Hint "ll
Planters Bank of Fair- Traders' Bank. !,
ncll .... lo XTf,
ICS i.., wnn liX
Southwestern R.R 35 bille Do lars 143
Union Bank TO n Halves and
Bank of S. Carolina- IS ?lurte!?. 13a
Ktate Bank of South S1 r,.,J:ne, lnd,
Carol na . . 12 v"'i uiLa
Bank of Amcnca.-ia) ,VTtir tn
IiOiusiana. 30,..., T "
N ew Orlin. 5!4 J.u"e ? Pro.
Canal Bank J0 .. Ju'r--; 3 pre.
Citizens' Bank SO .. Au.c?st ? P-
Crescent City Bank- 60 .. btr 1 pre.
iAiuisianaSiiito Hank 50 n DeejmbcrSpre.
.Mechanics and Trad- Ono anJ wo Tw Pre.
ers U:uik...-70 doniis, stocks, itc
Merchants' l!.ink... 5St..:.i n ..i. .
puthern Bank IM iUed to Ik.tN.R.It.ri
llmon Bank.. to Issufd ,0 N & jf. w
rcw Orleans Scrip- So n ..... . SO
ALABAMA. Issued to Edgefield i
Back of Mobile TO - Ky.K. K ----- 50
Montgomery POcu.ma,;r, vouiuy i...im
Commercial Bank .10 ""y10 B-
Eastern Bank 43 T Tax Receipt..-.-.. ,5
Northern Bank 50 Lomsvillo A N.R.R.
Southern Bank TO ,.?'!l?T"'?i
irKiuin ionus Aiico
GXORQIA. N. Carolina Bonds TlVulTS
Central R. R. Bank- P0 N. Carolina Fiord
Georgia Railroad and Bondi .-.-
Jianking Co.... P0S. Carolina lionIs.JX;(
Bank of .Middle Ga. Tlltleoruia Bonds TfkoiSO
.Marino Bank TO Tenuessco " -
Bank of Augusta. 28 Tho abovo bon.U aro
Augusta Insuranco. 10 bought with coupons
Bank of Athens . 30 -..- i..i 101
Bank of Columbus . 15.. o " .
Commcrco- 10V,,V ul. sOMn .
tho Emniro .1on,1?-r 5590
State IS ol. Augusta.
Bank of Fulton 30 Georgia- .baS)
Savannah- 45 "T0"
tho Stat of b"": -304(i
Georgia 35 J5"r'?an'. "y
Citv Bank of Aueusta r-.11 nomls.
Firmer.' nn.I Mhnn. K0W UrlOanS ton
to solidatol .G570
1 r: . .. t 1. 1 1
Jtechnnics'"iiank iq City Memphis end.
M irrhiiiit nnil i,ni. St. Tenn 4.W-0
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IS City of Mi-nipliis
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Bank of Capo Fear tO Augusta Coupons. 70n7t
Clarendon 10 N.Carolina Vm.")
Commerce.- 20 Tennessee " .. SO" J
Fnyettsville. 10leorgia " OVo.6,".
Lexington-.. 15 Virginia " -30M3o
N. Carolina,. 10 S. Carolina R, R.
Wadesboro'- 22 Bonds 25
Washington. 10 Savannah .1 Char
Wilmington. 2t leston 1st mortg- 20
Yanccvville. 12 M mortg-...- 153.0
Commercial Hank -. Is Montgomery A W.
Farmers' Bank or N. Point R R.Bond"S&33
Carolina "Jf N. A C. endo. lUt.
Merchants Bank.. J5 Bonds. 503 CO
.Miners' nnd Planters' H) Memphis AC endo
Bank of Roxboro' 21 . R. R. Bonds 50&C5
Mnmiajc unio n.
R.sig. Bonds. 3-10
80M.AO. Coupons. 404kJ
Bank of Berkley...
GROCERIES, PRODUCE &c.
a ii o c u ii s,
NO. 3 NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
100 bbls. Extra Family Flour:
iJ) bbls Superfine Flour;
bu udis a uoitee sugar;
70 bbls B and U do.
CO bbls Yellow U do.
15 hhds New Orleans Sogaxt
125 bbls Crushed and Powdered Sugar:
sacxs i.aguira Lollcr;
300 boxes Proctor A Gambel's Soap;
12S boxes various brands German S:
SO boxes Fancy, Sliavinr and ToilctSosp;
I'll dozen Fancy Buckets;
iooo boxes Cigars, fine brands;
CO dozen Bed Cords;
26 barrels Butler's Blacking:
1000 Flour Sacks;
60 boxes Candyr
47 cases Italtimoro Oysters;
250 packages Star Candle,
lid packages Sttarina do:
100 boxes Starch:
25 boxes John Dwirlit Soili-
40 casks Soda;
75 bbls Syrup;
50 boxes Pepper;
25 boxes bpice;
CO boxes Indigo;
20 boxes Mustard:
25 boxer Fino Tobacco;
20 Caddies do;
50 dozen Brooms ; 25 dozen Washboards;
10 hhU fino Bourbon Whisky;
25 bbls Robertson County Whisky;
20 bbls Tcnnesseo Whllo Whisky;
BRANDY. RUM. (UN AND WINE3; of various
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a. a. AtLisor. Air. ALttsos-. jAt,r.xiEtJfxy.
AT.T.ISOX it KIRICMAJi
RECEIVING, FORWARDINO AND GITNERAL
OTfO.V AXI) TOIIACCO FACTOR!,
A XI) DIIALIIsIlK
Produce, G'raln, Orocoricn
ETC.. Era, KTG.,
N08. 9, SI, 52 SOUTH MARKKT STREET
irE HAVE TUB LAROHST AND MOST
II esmmodieu n imhinH. ; th.Jtt ...i
now prepared to '
nVY, HEI.E, OR STOKE
COTTON. TOBACCO. PR0DUCK. GRAIX
OUOOERIES, AND MKRCIIANDISK
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Consignments solicited from all section, of ths
country, upon wbicn JLIBEIUL ADVANCES
will be made.
ProniDt and strict attendon wUm (a ll ..;.
ness entrusted to us dees lm
Attorn o nt Ut n. w.
OFFicxr, xo. se ciiekry street.
rnmpt Attention Giixn to Cbllecium.
Carntfaers A Cooper. Nuhvllle. Termswee.
(laild. Kmllh A aulM.Nsjtrtllle, Tnntsee.
Hon. Iiaiie Pjtun. NaahvilleTrDiiessoe.
Hon. J. B. Whllo, Nuhville. Tenncueo.
Hiljroan, Bmthr x Sent, Nashville, Ttrmtsse.
Hon. M. h. Gallaway. Memphis, ZennesHo.
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