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FOB JIKCCJT COBRT CLEEK, '
XllonAK T. S HI I LET.
rot, sheriff, -E.
II . UIGLET.
JOHN B A I S
rST" We are authorised to annnunra WASHINGTON
OOtlPFR aeandi.late fir the office of fmtble of th 1st
District of David on county, the City of Nai-h viile.
J-pr Tg- Bre twhorfrH to announce O. C. F.RTAN as a
candidate tor Sheriff of David -on county at tt ewsning
March ele-tioo. f-bl
e-w- We are nuthcix-l to annnme T. TR100 a eandl
date for Mg:'rw, to fill ths office m4t vacant by On
death of H. C. Man-dl. in this, the Naihville District.
(r Vl are anthrle I to announce A. McDAVITX a
candidate for Jus'ic of the Pear in the 1t Pistriet, to fill
ttw vacancy occasioned bT the death of U C. Mareeli.
We are authorised to n"n5e F.. R. GLASCOCK a
candidate fr re-election o the office of ronstab'e of the
1st District of Davidson county, the City of Nashville.
W We are utWl-H to announce C. W. NANCF as a
candidate f ir Circuit Court Clerk rt the ensuing March
fciect.ni. i" I4
XP W are snthorlfd to announce IftA "TOUT a candi
date for Oonntable cf the lt IHt-l" of Davl laon county, the
City of Sanhvi.l, at the enauing March election.
l""We are authorited to nnonne C. J P. WHARTON a
candidate for li e office o' Cirmit C. .mrt Clerk for DtI1m
county, at the ensuing March election.
m' We are autborix-d to annonre- N. F CORRJTT a
eand dite for t1 offi-e of C-wtbie of the lt District of Oa
Vidwm county, 'he City o Narti villa.
sr- W are author'i-d to announc JR'PK B. PERRY
at a candidate for Constable in the Nabville Diatrict.
gas 1 We are BOth-wra-d to annoonee J AMK M. TUNTON
a candidate for re-election to the office of CtMe of the
lt IMitrict of Davidson county, the Citv of Nshviie.
M-We are otho-ied to announce JOHN HUGH FMITH
emdid iK for the cm of flerk of the Criminal Court of
Davidson county, at the March election.
Wa are aothor;aed to announce JOHN 1AXF, Jr., as a
candidate for e rfl.ee if Criminal Court Clerk, at the re
Iff" We are anthorlaed to announce GF.O. W. COWAN
aa a candidal- for Criminal Court Clerk of D.ividon coorty
at the next Mareii election. Jn22
rT" We are authorised to announce JOHN K. FDMOND
BON aa a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson count, at the
ensuing March election. deeli td
ELECTION SATURDAY, MARCH FIRST.
Tuesday Morning', February 26, 1856.
3f Davi, Pilcher fc C., eell Groceries at
Anction this morning.
Taxes. Tar payers wishing to save one per
rent, per tnontli on their corporation taxes, by
paying tliem in advance, elionM call npoh tlie
City Revenue Collector, A. Nfi.on, E-., at
Ma office dnrinp; tlie irwnt week.
Xf Toov, Nels t Co. !ivei lni.1 ns nn
Ait oblifyations for IFtrjer'$ Magazine for
March. Tlii; excellent n.ont'ily is always a
welcome viitor to tlie reading public. Among
other interesting matter, id n nccoTint of
Cnmtnodore Pt-rry's Exeilition to Japnn. It
ib well filled with its unn,l excellent variety.
Com rLTWFNTaftv Bkxkht. We understand tliat
a complimentary benefit in to be given to-night to
J. K. MouflMKR, Ecq., whose performances during
Mr. Greene' last en at the Adelphi, will be re
membered as one of its most pleasing features. A
corps of amateurs, personal fiiends and admirers of
Mr. M., will perform on fie occasion. Mr. Morti- j
mer is a ri-ing actor, and richly deserves enconr- j
agement from the public. We trut that an array :
of w ll died boxes will att- t-t the appreciation in
which our community hold him.
Ittver mid Mrumboat '
The Cumberland" continues to recede very
.lowly at this point.
No arrival yesterday.
The City of Hunt trills left yesterday for
Meinnhis with a good trip of tmKseDgers and
The Elli and Tenneiuee RIU left yesterday
for Cincinnati, expecting by the time they get
their loads n down the river tlie ice will he
tint of the Ohio river.
The Aleonia was advertised to leave New
Orleans on the 21st tost., for Cincinnati.
Tlie XaJirille was adver id to leave New
Otleans for this city on the 23d inst.
Our telegraphic dipatchc give a pad detail
of the destruction of boats at Cincinnati by
the breaking up of the ice iu the Ohio river.
Thti t'nlsn and Mat Rank a Counter
The following is the response of the Union
Hank to the resolution of the General Assem
bly calling Uxdi that and the Planters' and
JMate Hanks for information as to when they
intend to discontinue .the policy of istii:ig
notes payable at other t hat) their own coun
ters: To the ITntwraMe the Speali-r tf the Senate aud
ff lhe JLntte of Repreiteulaiitu of the GeHernl
AnnUyof the State uf Tnnes$re:
The President and Cashier of the Uuion Bank,
li.tve the honor to acknowledge fiom the Clerk of
the Senate, the receipt of a copy of a resolution
passed by the Genet al Assembly of the State of
Toonesce at its present session, enquiring of the
Bank of Teonekru-tf, Piatitein' Bank, and tlie Union
Bank, when, if at all, they intend to discontinue
the is-uance of notes pavable at any other point
than at their counters, and that they be lequealed
to indicate their policy iu :hat bt-hall."
The undesigned, in drr to prevent a more full
account of their fwilioy in the jKetiiises, take the
libeity of stating rl.at tbe I nion lank commenced j
operati Mis in the fpriittr of 1833, mn4 by the six- ,
leenth seetitm of th ir charter were authoiised "to
laue IhIIs or notes pat able on dt mand at cilher of
exij offices of die. ountaiid d. Mit, and also at sut h ,
- Uanks ol respectable standing lis any oilier Slate of ;
the Tnio.i as tbe Hoard of Directors nuy deetu ti
pedient aud proper."
In pursuance of such authority, and as it was
then thought, for lhe ciiiVi'i in ce of the public,
ihu Union l4iik issu-l notes payable at the princi
pal Dank and liranchea, aud ai-o a very largo por
tion of not'8 at Hauls in rin'adelphia, Daliiiuore
aad New Oileans. These notes acre paid out at !
the Dank and Blanches without any regard to the
point where they were made payable, from that
time until the resumption of specie payments ia the
ejmuicr of ISti. Wheu ihl resumption took
place, it was deemed advisable to call in all the cir
culation that was madtt (ayable out of the State1,
and to issue only such notes aa were made paya
ble at tlie Dank or its Ilraoehrs.
Tbe policy then adopted has bern pursued ever
since that time, aud the ICank aud lis liranchea
bave paiJ out, without discrimination, such i ou-s a
they might have on hand, without rrgttd to the
place wbere Lhey wore made payable, eacepl fur a
thott time when thev issued notes payable at the !
counter. For many years pat it must, liowever,
be understood, thai the Mother Hank ha. always j
, ... ... .. ,
held herself in readiness to redeem the circulation j
of Us Branches iu lmteru rachaiigw, at Uie same i
rates that they would Lave chaiged if the notes
bad been payble at the counter.
Many difficulties have hitherto intervened lo pre
vent this Dank from only issuing such notes aa were
payable at the counter where issued, which it
would be too tedious lo r plain. The several Banks
mentioned In the resolution of your honorable body,
have often consulted upon the propriety of making
1 their Uiue payable at N'aahvilie alone, aad fur
nishing their Iirauches with a auftkiri.l amount of
circulation to transact business upon, believing
trial this course woulj be an tlT.itual remedy for
the grievances complained of. Aa yet, however,
they bare never been able lo come to any agree
ment wpon the subject, aud it will readily be per
ceived that all the Uanks auual pursue one line ol
policy, aud that no single one could take a step t y
Lstlf srhiclj would not result (a its own ruiu or
greasy Vo iuj ilisadrautage. The andersigned would,
lowcver, respectfully stale to your honorable tody,
that the Union liai.it will, with pleasure, be willing
to wake all thwr is-urs payable al the counter la
Xaahville, wtecevi-rtha jl'Ianura' Bai.k arid Citik
ofvleuoeaaew Till, by a mutual sreetaetit
this Bank, decide upon the tin when they will be
preparai to puraoe uti cowaew.
The Union; Bauk will cheerfully act in concert
with the After Bnka at all time, in adopting a line
of policy that will be conducive to the financial in
terest of the Stte. - . -
The undersigned," are rery respectfully," your
obedient eerranta, '
C. VL FOGG, Pres't, pro tern.
J. CORRV, Cashier.
Union Bank of Tennessee.
Xfhvil!e, 25th Feb., 18:.C.
The President and Cashier of the State
Bank fay : ' . -
Bake or Tssscmie, 1
Feb. 55, 1856. f
To Ihe General Atnb?y of tft Stole if Tennefe:
The undersigned, the President and Caahier of
the Bank of Tenneaee, had the honor to receive
from the Clerk of the Senate, on the 23d insu, the
copy of a resolution requesting the Presidents and
Cat-biers of the Union, Planters' Bank and Bank of
Tennessee, to answer, in writing, When, if at all,
they intend to discontinue the issuauce of cotes
payable at any other point than at their counters,
and that said officers be requested to indicate their
j policy iu that behalf."
Iu compliance therewith, we have the honor to
state: That the issues of the Back of Tennessee
and its Branches are now redeemed in gold and
silver at the points designated on the lace of each
note are received by them in paju.etit of liabili
ties, and re-isued upon new loans or discounts
without regard to the place where payable- The
oppo.-ite policy, that of issuing notea payable t
the counter alone, would involve the Bank in much
unites expanse as well as great and unnecessary
ri."k. The Batik and Branches most necessarily
receive the notes of each other in the payment of
liabilities to the Bank ; if not allowed to re-issue in
waking discounts and loans, would be compelled to
send them home for payment in the precious met
als, which would require the employment of nume
rous agents for the transportation of the money
fiom one to the other, at a very heavy expense to
the Bank, w ith all the hazards incident to such a
buiuess, and without benefit to any one, except
those engaged in the business of trading in the pre
cious metals. The adoption of such a policy must
necessarily reduce the business as well as the prof
its of the B.tnk one third if not one-half of w hat
thy are at present, and to that extent limit the
ability of the Bank to serve the people.
The Bank of Tennessee could not make all its is
sues payable at the counter in Nashville, without a
radical change of its present organization, giving it
the entire control of the officers as well as the cap
ital of the branches such as now poef-sed by the
Union and Planters' Bank over their Brmu-hes.
Such a concentration cf the precious metals iu
Nashville as thtit policy would require, would so
si-iioulv iifb-ct to lUHtiv interests in other sections
ot the fctaie, that it is hardly probatile it would be
sanctioned by the Boird of Directors, even if they
had the power, without the express authority of
the (iccelul Assembly.
The redemption of the notes payable at the
Br-tncliea by the principal Hunk iu this city in gold
and silver, would requite the funds of each Branch
tn be utid'-r the control of the principal Bank, or
would n quite a sulTicincy of the precious metals to
be kept at the principal Bank for tlift purpose, as
well as at each of (he Brunches. The notes of the
iIHI1,.llt.9 arc TCCi.nvll hvre anj by each otll(.r ,
Ctt jn lhe pavn,eut of (ll.bN) , the purchlMW 0,
i;xclmllgei or t!,e dUcoui.t of notes, but if cold
j and silver be required, the holder mut apply to
! the Branch where payable, where ample funds are
I now provided for their redemption.
For thei-e rtacone, the undesigned, without hav
j ing hud an tpporttihtty of consulting the Board of
Directors since the reception of the resolution, ex
press the opi'don that no material change will be
made in the policy of the Bank upon the subject
indicated, without further authority from the Gen
eral Assembly. Should, however, the interests of
thU Bank and of the people require a change in the
policy of the Bank in this respect, the President
and Board of Directors would not hesitate to exer
ciee all the powers given in' the charter, to meet
the public wishes without regard to the policy that
may be acted on by other Banks.
We are, respectfully, your obedient servsnts,
C. JOHNSON, Pres't.
JAS. MORTON, Cashier.
ti;sm:sm;i: i.i.i;ia..iTi iti
Mokdat, Feb. 25.
A eomrntin'cation was received from the Pisident
and Cashier of the Union Bank, in reply to a re-o
lulion of lhe General Assembly, announcing their
willingness to cooperate with the Planter's B i:k
and Bank of Tennessee, in issuing cah notes only.
Transmitted to lh House of Representatives.
1 he Kcnxte. resumed the consideration of the bill
to charter the Bank of Ann-iiea, aud the bill was
lurther amended aud passed 2 I reading ayes 13,
A communication was received from the Tres
dent and Cashier of the Bunk of Tunnessee, declin
ing to co-opcrute with the Union and I'lanicr'
Bank in the policy of issuing only notes payable
at the counter where issued. Transmitted.
After acting upon various llou.-e Messages,
Adjouiued to 2 r. m.
The message of Gov. Johnson, tranmttlitin the
report of J. A. V ,itesi les, Commissioner appoint
ed to settle difficulties as to the railroad intetvoime
between Teiinc-see and Georgia, was read, and
ith the report, ordered to be .spread upon the Min
utes. The Appropriation bill passed 3d reading.
House bill to amend the charter of the Columbia
and Hampshire Turnpike Cojnpany, w-s read the
lint tune, anil
Mr. Hrown .f!Vred an amendment providing for
the MaU- s endorsement ol the bonds of theTeunes-
see aud Alabama and the Central Southern Riilroad
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area 10, noes 11, ieconsidTed and withdrawn.
" senate hill for lhe U nt fit of fractional townships
'n the iliwaasee District, was rejected.
Several Iloue tiills on 1st and 2d reading.
IlOl'SK OF II E I'll E5EX T A TI V F.S
M on oat, Feb. 25.
Jiitril, ition ff L'tatr Mr. Siovall called up a
motion iiidtbiillely (xMtponing Senate bill to re;u
late the distribution of estates of intestates. The
vote was reconsidered aud the bill passed on second
W'orl f (mr!rt on Capita Mr. ITatton effered
a resolution calling upon the Agent of the Peniten
tiary to furnish this House immediately, a statement
of tbe amount of work done bv the convicts of that
institution upon the S ate Capitol since the 1st ot
Ocmtter, 18;o, also, the amount of all other mate
rial, if any, iu addition to stone, furnished by the
Penitentiary, to be used upon the Capitol, together
aith the pi ic s charged lor said woik and material.
The IJkihut Qwium Mr. Cjrhck Calh d up a
j mo'ion to reconsider the vote indefinitely postpon
i - g Senate bill to protect property aud restrict the
ale of ardent apinu. Tim vole was reconsidered,
and then, on hioikmi of Mr Marti-, the enacting
clause was stricken ou'; avea ?V, noes 2S.
Liability of Uatlnui lt On motion of Mr. Ilichey,
' the ll'Us look up House bill for the bent tit of cil
: 1 : . - ; t 1 . i 1 . . t .
ixeoa iioij; ' , ii,nji., icfvviviiii iir miiinji
damages for tx k killed on railroads iv arbitration. I
and it nj cie-d; ayes '.'it, noss 2.
--0 tvMion of Mr. Snod-
rrass, me House tMk up Senate bill to chane the
hl.,.M.u lhl, counties of White and Putnam,
which, after teiiig amended so as to chance about
d .tan oilier county line, was passed ou its third
.lHrsiiH! (tarter On motion cf Mr. White,
the House took UD Senate bill to amend lite charier !
of the Knoiviileand Kentucky lUihoad CwnrMiiiv.
Mr. Cowdrn offered a amen Jinan l aiii'iidalory
of the charter of lhe Central Soutitern lUtlroaJ
Company, so aa to allow said company to com
mence thrir road near htltiy vi !, aud connect a ith
lhe Naahvtlle and Chattanooga IUilioad.
Mr. iiurcti etf.ad aa ameoJtmiiil atwendaioev of
the charter ot the Tennessee and Cbaiirstoo Rail
road company; also, amendatory of the charter of
the Lookout lUllioad company.
The amendments were severalty adopted, and
then lhe bill paaaed on in ihir J rea-ling ; ayes JS,
Jlfge fnm the Uornr A mesas' a was re
eel ved trow lhe lioveroor y the Sectwtary cUate,
transmitting the report of the Commissioner ap-pitinu-sl
by the Siau-a of Teaoaetare and Grorgia, to
a;4t ewrtaia dimcultiae ia re la uon to the WeaUrn
and Atlantic iUilroad, aud boo eopiet were ordered
to be priuled . .
CiJ Tim aWuwsr CmrtQ OlOUoa of
Mr.' Ioon ry, trie Hoove took up Senate bid to
cbakgw Ue titst of hoUing the circuit Co art of Col
feworii .ty. it.
Mr. Loonef eff.-red ta 'metidmentMranserrir g
toe cif cuil -.wcu1 of Sutuoer coahty Id J J Turatr
"'"" i i-:: : i w .r' .
of tie criminal courX who ehall hereafter bold the
eante. ' . 'W L-.-' r" .
Mr Brown of Madison, offered amendment
changing the times -of holding (he coart ia the
Western Chancery Division.,- -rj i - j r V; J;
1 The amendments were adopted, and. the bill then
passed on its third reading.. -"" '
r Citcmging Same On motion of Mr Kinney, the
House took op House bill to change ihe'fcatne of
Ross Press well to that of Ross Hurst, which, after
being so amended as to change the names of three
or four others, was passed ou its third reading.
Free XrgroetOn motion of Mr. Galbreath, the
House took up Senate bill for the benefit of slaves
who acquired their rij:bt to freedom before the 24th
of February, 1854, which, on motion of Mr. Maeg
engill, was indefinitely postponed.
Senate B'dlt on Hark KeaJivg The House pro
ceeded to the consideration of Senate bills on third
reading, and disposed of the foliowins: .
Supplemental to an "act passed February iTth,
1842, -entitled, "A a act to prescribe the Diode of
chooeing Electors to vote for President and Vice
Prefiden". of the United States," declaring that the
election for Electors shall be held the-first Tuesday
after the first Monday in November, 1856, passed
ayes 55, noes 1. . e? . ; .;..:
To repeal the third section of the art of 1853,
cb. 72; passed, ayes 33, noes 18.
To amend the charter of the Murfreesboro' and
Liberty Turnpike company, and for other purposes,
having been read, the following amendments were
offered: ... ' ,
By Mr. Bartlett:' To charter the Memphis and
Germaiitown Turnpike com any.
" By Mr. Kinney : To amend the charter or the
Tatewell Female Academy. ' ki.
By Mr. Davii : To amend the charter of the Rus
eel villa Turnpike company
The amendments were severally adopted, and
then the bill passed.
irTEBSOON FK8I0X. - -
JicriisJ Statute. Mr. Nixon offered a resolution
authorizing the revisers of the Statutes of Teunes
eee, (Mesrs. R. J. Meigs and V. F. Cooper,) to
cause one hundred and twenty five copies of tiieir
woik to be printed for the use of the next General
Assembly. The rule was suspeuded and the reso
Senate Bill on Third Reading. The House then
resumed the consideration of Senate bills on third
reading, and disposed of the followinp:
For the benefit of James Mitchell, having been
M r. Rudd offered an amendment to refund to
Larken Carden $55, for money improperly. paid by
him into the State Treasury for land.
Mr. Bullen offered an amendment to refund to
David R. Johnson $82 80, over paid by him as rev
enue collector for Greene county.
Mr. Burch offered an amendment providing for
paying James A. Whiteside, E.-q , the mileage and
per diem of the Speaker of the House of Repre
sentatives, for his services as Commissioner on the
part of this S'ate to adjust certain difficulties in re
gard to the Western and Atlantic Railroad with the
Commissioners on the part of the State of Georgia.
The amendments were severally adopted, and the
bill then passed, avex 42, noes 13.
To prevent circuity of action and to enable courts
of law to do justice and to rave costs to parties
litigant, parsed, ayes 44, noes 11
To amend the incorpoiaiion laws of the State,
and to retrench the expenses of lenislut.ion a bill
in lien, reported by a special committee of the
House, having been adopted,
Mr. Brown, of Davidson. ( Mr. Dunnincton in the
! Chair,) ollered tin amendment authorising the varr
ous school districts in the State to vote a tax upon
themselves lor common school purposes, which was
adopted, ayes ti-, noes '2i.
The bill, as thus amended, then passed, ayes 34,
no s 23.
To establish a Criminal Court at the city of Knox
ville, and in the counties of Franklin and Lincoln.
On motion of Mr. Newman, so much as relates
to the county of Franklin was stricken out.
On motion of Mr. Bobo, so much as relates to
the county of Lincoln was stricken out.
Mr. Cowden offered an amendment authorising
the establishment of a Criminal Court at the town
of Columbia for the counties of Giles, Maury, Law
rence, IJncolu and Marshall, which was adopted.
A division of the question being demanded, the
original proposition (es'jiblishing a Criminal Court
at Knoxville,) passed, ayes 31, noes 25, aud the
amendment was r'jected, ayes 11, noes 46.
Mr. Hat ton entered a motion to reconsider the
vote passing: the bill, which was taken up, and the
Mr. Hai ton then offered an amendment providing
that the Judge shall hold the Criminnl Court at both
Knoxville aud Chattanooga, which was rejected,
ayes 18, noes 37.
The bill was then rejected, aye 27, noes 82.
To authorise th several courts of this State to
adjudge costs which have been omitted in taxing
the cots, passed, ayes 33. noes I U.
To charter the Tennessee Marble, Mining and
Manufacturing Company, after striking out the pro
visions authorising the building of roads, passed.
To change the line between the counties of Lew
is and Maurv, and to attach portions of Bledsoe and
Marion to Hamilton county, passed.
To amend the act of February 26, 1852, declar
ing the powers of the County Court in the admin
istration of estates in certain particulars, was re
j eted, ayes 21, noes 0.
To amend the act amendatory of the criminal
laws of this Slate, passed February 28, 1S52, chap.
174, passed, ayes 30, noes 2i.
' i .. mmmm?rmm!mmmem!'m
Farts About Ambrotypes.
AltllUcOTYl'l. were " lutnolticed - In Nashrllla
hT A. I.AROOMBK.
A rr.bnty pes are made noh-re cise Iu Nashville than at
tda Ambiotyp Kom, No. 4(1 College Ft.
Aoitiion pea ara n a le upon a double plate flsss, hermett
call aeaJnl, and thui protected against all possibility of In
jury. Amhrotype Co'interfeira it made on timrle (flam, not
sealed, and are nt no lu aMe at an ordinary dpfrue'reotype.
Arct.'tje were to nan eJ bv the Invent' r lodiitir finh
them from nil other picture!. Other n.en borrow the nim,
ami apuly it to an in erior picture ahich lacks the main
point of an Ambrotyn tone and dur.bil v. ft blS
M o r i ; i; .
fpHE co-partnerIJ of Pemlnt, Campbell Co., of this
I city, la tins di) diasoived by mutual conaent, either of
the co partners having the use of the name of the Arm in
liquidation. W. M. PKRKINU,
W. B. CAMPBELL,
Naw Obliaxs, Pec. 6, l.v3. 8ASTL P. WALKER.
In retiring from the Commission Busineaa return onr
thanks to our friends ai d patrons, and cheerfully recomirrnd
our siK-cevanrand la'e partner, W. M. Perkins, aa altogether
worllijr of their confidence and patronage.
W. B. CAMPBKLL,
EAM'L P. WALKiR.
The General f'fimmlalon llu-ines heretofore eindurted bjr
Perkins. auiplieil A Co., will he conducted without Interrqp
Uon by W. M. Perkins, under tht stjrl of
decl-deoalf PntKfNS k CO
Furniture, Clocks, 5cc.
Ilavixe furchaxeat the entire stock of
atnek of s
I With 1ST
i and best 1 1
Furniture, Ac . ta t wars Rnosoa
.rfCSS former us-k. makes il th laireal
In the ci y 1 an, ther f re, prepared lo offer lnducemena
to Cash buyers and punctusl man, who ara requested to call
and examine try stock and pnc. -
Thankf'i f -r past favoi-, I rcspeet ally snlirlt a eontlra
ancs ot tha same. ebt JO IN f ATTtRSON.
' 1 'HE nndn signed. Administrator ol L. M. Bransfnrd, dee
JL will, I y virtue uf a li ed of Tru't exued Iu the said L
M. Bransturd. dreeasad, by Aaron Wright and regi-trred ia
the olticrof lhe Keg.ater ij DaTidwn county. In Book No.
14, pafes 44t and 4 A, offer fur sa at public Auction, al the
court-hooe in the v wnot Na-hv I t, on ra'u'dav tha ISth
day of rrbrusiy, lS'at, for cash, U a H O I! h E S AND
LOIS therein conveyed, situued In NtahviUe, fronting on
Mtinm-r so-ret one hundred anl seventy feet, mora ar less,
and brink tbe two Mo sv and Lots next dnor in Odd Fellows'
Had, one at present ooct-pied by said Aa'on Wright, and tha
other rrnteti. W. L. L'TI.KY, Adm'r of
Jn.6 td L M. Bran'ord,dec'd
UAUH.il KUAN AKTISTSs
NO. t CXtOM STRErr, KASHVILI.S.
AIIRROTrPtd, rhedorraphs, plain or eolered, la ell. and
warrants durab as sny ( ti er style ( paoinf,
IH aver-e-ey pas, f-t--rrroacpc, tayna or Viroette; aad ev
ery ashrr (U 4 poirw, laksa al tla -labiiahmant la the
h (' ( per lscUB wf tha Art, and warranted so wktas or Be
Al hotih lhasa beattil'ul rteia'ra wsv bat recenflv tn'rev
duord by tha sub eiitvt la this city, the bave b-oro
popular that w hare, at a (-rai exr-en-a aaeurvd the aerv
ors ot aa an lurui Anl I t cm New lurk, la attend to titia
wrancb of tha t oliiess eic:a-l y.
. BSISQ AL0SO THE JUTEXILIS-
Chlldrea caa by this ohcjs. l.as tha.r Useaeaars takes
owieaer 0a any a h-rr way -ny Iwa wr tbrea aeeottda
bw.ni required In atCior and warraaies) give aaUafae-
ua ar ara anarf ns) as ssayis. nnnf isrsa assag saa
have lian laJtasi kthrs ry.ng tawwawrw.
jseae IICOUKS aRO'A.
To Hotc Dralcrs.
PAYNE, LEE t CO.,
Uln gtIo Foundry,
Vs. tit Liberty Itreet,
' . rt r iMii kgii, Ps
MArFACTrt of Cslr. sad rWOaf
atovsa, Cwso Ka fM, brat Froats, rsodcra, Uo
A feswrai aasorrsbettt f Stows br Vanst ar CW1, soi Labia
tar UtaVuihaaa Tr af. av Branny aa aaad.
4a Oraara rapM:ruUy aotteitsst
Land for S & 1 c.
IOrtftfcw aaie (70 ttK BVSDltB ACB13-S
Or LAI t !jb an ska CstbSa CwtcaJ Tuntnaa , 1
aUa.aavwaatfsWarsawColsMBMa aad fcaw sVwaaMkiWa
aat, sta a partus' U sracAtra kl rs)s.
Tlua La4 ia e,al U a Js4rt ta amy U Maary caaty
I Is wsH WatswwJ, (IM acaasMalawt laivsva pru baas aa
tha nartaearad (m aaie) wa lUsUwrr4 a4 weU uaprarwd.
IWssr aw U arsaatsr asawe aaMaoiai kutWjijr visa
n-stiuag Iks TurapUs aad Km ealear.piats taut ttuatd. Il
U1 ks dttMsd la sad pareaaaers or td U) a tody.
far turt&er teiorwiatta i p'jf t aeS Askevonl t. OCa,
(arr eaiy,Ioaee, ' ' " . " '
aacu a - - icati rout
i BY TELEGRAPH.
Reports rumiah4 by the Associated Preaa.)
- Locisvoas, Feb. 25. R.ver, there are 6 feel
water in the canal. ' ' c '- .' . ' . '' v
yThe ice commenced vanning yesterday, doing
much damage to boata. Several were sunk at Cin
cinnati.'' ' ., 'L ' . , . .
PiTTSBcao, Feb. 23. A. large meeting was held
to-tight to aid in the .emigration to Kansas of those
who are determined to use just means to secure the
establishment of a free State, and to aid such of
the present inhabitants as have declared themselves
against lawless aggression and unconstitutional co
ercion. , ( . ... ' -,
New York, Feb. 23. The U. S. steam frigate
Niagara was safely launched this rooming in pres
ence of an immense concourse of people.
CiscresaTi, Feb, 23, Evening. The river rose
Eve inches to-day. The Licking commenced run
ning out over the ice in the Ohio. There is a rise
of 10 feet reported at Falmouth. The Sciota and
other tributaries are rising. Fifteen feet water here
in the channel.
QCixcikrati, Feb. 25. The river is breaking
up; there is much Ice running. The following
stern-wheel steamboats were sunk by floating ice :
The Albcrtine, Flag, Bridge City, Grape Shot, Ma-
1 donna, Salem, and Yorktown, all a total loss. Sev
eral others, besides flatboats and barges were sunk.
The loss is estimated at $200,000.
The river has risen 8 feet in 12 hours, and ia still
rising. It is gorged above and below.
Kiw York, Feb. 25. The steamer Atlantic and
Asia arrived Sunday, bringing dates from Liverpool
to the 9th inst. She brings no intelligence of the
Liverpool, Feb. 8. Cotton declined 1-16 a $c
on middling qualities; other grades steady and un
changed. Sales of the week 68,000 speculators
took 10,000 and exporters 11,000 bales, Now Or
leans middling 5, fair 6, upland middling 6 11-16,
fair 6&, Mobile middling 5 11-19, fair 6.
Manchester advices are more favorable. . Messrs.
McIIenrya' Circular, quotes a decline in breadstuff
during the week of 8 a 11 pence on wheat, and 1 a
2 shillings on corn. Here the line broke. ;
-"Daiiy Patriot Orrict. )
Nashville, Feb. 2d, 1856. J
COTTON Little offered, and very few bales
changed hands. ; 8 bales at 8J.
TOBACCO 5 hhds. et Johusou t Home's, were
sold at 6a7J.
No animation in the market yesterday, aud tran
sactions unusually small.
New Orlkaks, Feb. 19, night. Cottos The
dentand being only moderate to-day, and factors
anxious to sell in consequence, partly, of the large
receipts, prices bave lost the advance noticed yes
terday, and fallen back to the position they occu
pied before the recent news. Sales 8.500.
Interior hfcCi 6
Or.unary T(fft S
Middling 'T& V
Good Midd ing 9J,1)
Middlu g Fair...lOX10
Fair 11 4
Gooil Fair nominal.
(lodii and Fine., nominal.
Scoar Frices steady at 7 a7 cents for Fair to
Molassis Sales 800 to 900 bbls. at S4ao5, and
occasionally for choice lots, 35 per gallon.
Flocr The market continues heavy, and the
sales we hear of are 205 bbls. Indiana al 7.50, and
loO Tennessee at tbe same rate.
Corn Good demand, but at still lower prices.
Sales 14,000 sacks, including 3,130 Mixed, iu mixed
sacks, at 51, 300 at 52, 1,000 in gunny bags at 53,
6,300 all to one party also at 53; 1,100 in lots at 54
a56, and 1,317 selected yellow at 58f0.
Oats 100 sacks ordinary St, Louis, were taken
at 45, and 260 at 47 per bushel.
Bran 300 bags sold at 75 per 100 lbs.
Pokk Receipts large aud market dulL Mess
retailing at 16.25al6 50 per hid.
Bacon Sides retailing at OJaOj.
Lard The only sales we hear of are, 132 bbls.
Prime at 10, and 250 kegs at 10 v per Ib.
Coffkic Sales confined to 590 boxes at Hall,
and 218 at 11 J.
Salt Several cargoes of Liverpool offering, but
no sales reported. The stock is unusually larje,
aud has been ascertained to exceed 300,000 in first
and second hands.
WnisxT 60 W)ls. ordinary rectified were sold at
about 86 per gallon.
Baltimore, Feb. 20, r. vt. CorrcK Tbe Coffee
market to day ia very quiet, but holders are firm.
Small sales of damaged Rio at 10J. We quote fair
to good at lliall and 12. Prime aud choice 12
al2f. We quote Laguayra at llf12. Java 14 Ja
15. The stock on hand ia 37,000 bags, and about
20,000 bags Rio below.
Philadelphia Iron Itlarlcet.
Philadelphia, Feb. 22, p. u. The transactions
in Tig iron during the week amount to 1,900 tons;
No. 1 of choice brand sold at 2S.00 cash. Quotas
lions firm at 27.00 Tor No. 1; 25.00 for No. 2, and
34.00 for No. 3. . Rails ia good demand, and prices
tending upward, liars are improving as to demand.
Look at This ! Look at This!!
Havana Plan Lottrry.
1,200 PKIZf'.M GO,000 DULI.AHSI
JASPEK C0UKTT ACADEMY L0TTEBT.
BT AUTHORITY Of TUB BTATt OF 0I0R8IA.
1 0,000 NUMBERS ONLY ! 1 PRIZE TO TICKETS !
CLASS K y
To b9 Drawn March 15th, 1856.
AT Concert Hall, AT aeon. 0 , under the sworn super.
intenderjcc ol I ol. Lieo. III. Logan aud Jat,
A. i label, JJaq,
Tbe Manager having announced his determination to
mike thb the most popi-lar Lottery In the world, rff-rs Sir
March lath, a arheme that tar sarpaaact any scheme ever
ottered in the annals of Lotteries. Look to your Interest 1
txauiiue lhe Latillala. rtTUna frtae to elcht Tieku!
Capital $ 1 5,000!
6 0 are..
120 do HO ar?..
fx hi Aiiiirnximatiun Prtsai af SO are..
&KJ ! are..
1,200 Prizes Amounting to $60,0001
Tickets tlO: Halves t5; Qaarteri $260.
PSIZC8 PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION'.
Persona sending money by nail need ant fear iu being
lost. Order punctually atlenda t too. OommanieaUon
eoofl'lmtial. Bank Notes of sound banks taken al par.
I"- lrawinga sent U all order leg lVksta.
Those wishing parvealar nnmbera should avder hnnia
diawly. Addrasa jAMKd t. WINTfcR, Manager,
fch19 td ar, BOX 143, Ntsavnqi P. O.
RY virtue of a weHditUmi ewpotute, to me di reeled, by the
Circuit Court af Davidson cauaty, at lis January Term,
15j, I will sell at tbe court house duor lo the aity of hash
ville, an the 8ih day of March next, to the hghasl bidder, for
cash, all the right, tit's and Inurnio A liliaio Btaart. lo tbe
following Iota, vs.- Noa. IS and 20, as oVserihad la the plan
of tha boa worth lotwHciaed la sai 1 dwd In to k No 1 4, p.
SS6,- see plan In book Nn. 11, psge M aad tiO, la the Bse
laO rs Cflica of Davidson county. J: outing twenty-ervea
feet a-h an market atrec', aad running back ana hundrs.1
aad shirty-seven fret six inches escN. Tha above property
I S'taats t in lhe city of rtsshvti.e, Davidson county, Tena ,
ssv'ed oa as the pro erty 1 1 S a Hr.sn.
ia3 J.S.VDMONUSoN, Deputy 'Bhariir.
XiTmsthong & co.;
X. 69 .nAKKKT St., KAkUVILLE
1KB M AS U T ACTCEIBI AOZKTI,
I.VR the aaW ot MaehlDss, Agrtcttltaral lardeaaeata,
I Buildinf Matariaia, A t, Ae, 1 na aonvxed) la a ut W
rack ariwUa aa may always be foaad at iheir store, aad al
Ue to wast aaah prioae :
MACIIISi:, I.nPLKMnXTS Ac.
Threshing M acbiaaa, H me Powwra, Cora aad Cob Oaah r,
Liute Uiant.) felwa'a Portable Onal Mill, ntnsw Catvara,
Cora Shira, BsdweU's aomt Uachusa, Cbild's lirasw rps
rator, V elle bead Sowar, Com flaoUra, CaitHratora, Usfw
ruwa,ploai(haafasl kinds, A kania. Meal Cwtiera, fcytbes
Parka, Kakea, leaping aad Mowing Macataaa, Paa aU'ia, Aa
STrxscra xatesiau, ., as,
"Window Bash, Venetian I tinds, Marbietaod Iroa Mantlea,
Window Uhuw of all aJaea, Uydraaiie Cement, f.ssuw Pane,
Chsia Pampa, Pore Pwmpa, tiardea Kcgines, Lroa Chairs.
Iron lleteoa, Iran Ss'aa a ail siat.
PAIMTSt OILS Ac.
Wklte Lead, Wake Bwe, Heasra Zine, lhas Cofored rae,
Pamu ol ail colors, pally, ailing. Llnseod Oil, lard OU,
Ta'paatiaa, TaraUko-, at aersl Psvnl, Uiae, Patal araahea,
Koaia, t'opparaa, Paial Mills, Ac, Ae.
Caa no, aad lad fiastor. Wa aeca bv( atoaa af lasae
arUoca aa aaad.
r. e i .
Ctovrr, Ttxaolhy, Bias Grass, I tarda Orass, Orchard Oraaa,
trly, Ac. , , .
. Ts ara ate agvata far Psoas's Celebrated CawebtSor JUh
road Uorso-Fewer Thrrshnai Maetauea. M ktave Bow aa
asenvimeoi af lb Machiora oa baad, aa aiS Usrnnb taoas
bl Usna arutrm' prieoa, lraaaarwila ad-lsd. As Use sV
avaad wnl be aeyoad lhe iVJ, Ibiase Wbe are ia aaal e
Ibeas bad betarr bay aaoa.
sVnli alttwassta Att,4iTS.0a A CO. ,
Corn Sacks I Cora Sack!
U7 E bars ta saas, aad era re ssarty reawrvasg t aad ISf
bsoasi Oe S A at Kii Cvfli at aa, la wu4 vwaarus)
the eiteauua al bUrpoora. . . , W. S.r0UO A Ci.
Loaxi;ii and itoituoM r.us r MGs
fii.i al4 e taaira t'sa'agaio aatl al
v ... tftOt'T A COS ?.4a, '
'. frl si ,M iw troai w"-lu itftuiv,
5,000 lbi licks' ana Hock In.k
A T.Is'fsa fkiiaaa taaa aaa be bawghA alsewWo ia tKss
IX. fAsibac, fur t J , a LLl9t t A, 1 f-iCt'S. r J
t-- - s. . -.s
'. ! .!' BT TBS PACKAGE.' 'y -J ' !
' At bo period since the estahHshmeDt trf oar firm rl?SS,
have we been able to supply customers ia this branch of our
easiness vita tbe quality and style of Hat aow being'packed."
Possessing a par feet knowledge the markets at borne and
abroad, to which to obtain material in the raw, comprising
their several part a Urge manutacturing department !a
which we employ a moiety of tha best workmen in the lute,
under the supervision of the talent and taste employed is
producing tie celebrated "Best Hats," which for years has
secured to us the enviable reputation of Leaders of Fashion
for Gent emeu's lists throughout the United Slal s.
" We solicit orders by the Package.
. LEAST CO , Hatters, "
, Astob House, 3. T. Crrr.
.Hew York, Feb. 1.1 55a." fet23-iw
" EvcKTaOCT wnx sa Omttsj MsaaTKnI They cannot help
K. Prof. Honi-'out of New York, the great philosopher, has
made it o eauy. He has M the cat out of the bsg In love
matters, la, his book oa tha " Blla of Marriaae" he haa
dissected the whole art of love, and teacbe the suVle mode
of creating it, ia any person you please, at will . Here e a
secret, to be sure, to let out to the worldl The girl wiO be
witch as in spite of our teeth. What shall wa do T Every
body wlU be getting marrie '! .Pay Boot.
Foa Baoer ems. Throat Disease, Backing Cough, and tba
effects ol imprudent as of Mercury, no medicine haa ever
been discovered which ha effected inch cure as Carter's
. Throat diseases, produced by sal vation, Hacking Cough,
Brachial Affections, Liver Disease, Nearalgta and Rheuma
tism, have all been relieved and cured In a wonderful man
ner, by tha great purifier of the blood. Carter's tpaoish
The ca a of T. H. Ramsey alone should satis'y any who
doubt. Call on the Agent and procure a pamphlet contain
ing cures, which will astound you. See advancement.
' frfi?- A a ounce of fact is worth a pound of theory; snd tho
swarm of conclusive farts that cluster around that laeompar
able preparation, Hoofiaad's German Bitter, prepared by
Dr. C. M. Ja kson, Philadelphia, establishing Its value as a
tonic and restorative, are such as would prevent incredulity
Itself from questioning it efficacy. Ia aQ cases of diaeaaea
of the stomach, whether acute or chronio. It may bo recom
mended for its soothing, cordial an I renovating Influence.
Dyspepsia, heart-burn, loss of appatita, nausea, nervou
tremors, relaxation and debility, Ac, are relieved by the
Bitter in a very short apace of time ; and a perserrance In
their use never fail to work a thorough cure. Sea adver
tisement, Paor. Wood' Bain KssToaaTrvs. Tha testimony of all
who have thoroughly tested tbe virtues of this celebrated
article, l, that it will restore the gray and the bald.eradicate
d sease el ths Scalp, preserve tbe hair falling, and preserve
the color perfectly to extreme old age. It ia now put up
both with and without sediments. See advertiaeeekt. '
WILLIAM L. MOKSELL,
Dry and Sparkling Cat an b a,
K0. 33 EAST THIRD STREET,
jy!6 ly CIXCJVXATI, OHIO.
FOUR HUNDRED NEGROES
Ten Thousand Acres of Cane-Brake
IN DALLAS AND PESKY COUNTIES, ALABAMA.
ON THE FIRST MONDAY t APRIL NEXT, (the Tth.) I
will sell, at Cahawba, in Dalla count) , Alabama, to the
hi. best bid J r, for cash, or Mobile "acceptances," at sixty or
ninety days, bearinir interest,
ONR HCNDHKD AND FIFTY LIKELY NFGR0KS.
AHo, Ftrrr Orata, on longer time all acclimated and
experienced c tio . pUn'atio hands.
I will als sell, at any time during this year, at private sale,
for cash, or on time,
Two Hundred Other Valuable Negroes,
(In "Tots to suit purchasers,) and 10.000 Acres of tha very
best and mvi a lvanr.j ou.lv turned "cane brake" and
"Mack-land," luelnd -pg the nine plantation known as tha
"Trlfrr Plan'atio , "Mud Hall," 'Sixto nth," "King Plan
tntion." "Mevins Plsce," Ludlow," "Lodfho," " Holmes
Piac-," ar d the "Crrws Roads," all of whie for Cotton aad
Corn, are Inferior to no plantation in the world.
Also, an elegantly Improved and
iikai tih i. nKsinr.xci:,
Adjo;ning Summer'eUI, eight mile Inn the city of Selma,
with ab ut Four Humlred Acrei attached toil. The Dwelling
Hou-e, offices, "ut-houaes, giounds, garden, Ac., ara all in
The- plantations are seventy or eighty miles below th
city or Montgomery, about one hundred and fifty miles above
Mobile, and went of and near to the Alabama river, which ia
at all seaaon navigable for iteaiaboats. Near seven thous
and acres, including lour of the plantations, are on the Selma
and Woodvi.le Railroad; and oa this body of land, ab- at 14
mile from Se.ma, is located the depot at the junction of the
Marion Railroad with the Selma Noad, to and from which
depot tbe cars run regularly.
Of the other plantations one Is on the Selma Railroad,
two are two mile., and two -lx mile distant, one of which ia
within six miles of the elty of Selma. These plantations are
in the highest state of aaitivation, with gou guts, g o hoa
e, eotton-prease, mills, negro cabins, shops, stables, arte
sian wells, Ac, Ac, Ac.
I will sell them in tract to suit purchasers, of .Vm, n, 0,
1,300, ,) ir 8,1)00 acre, and so laid off a to glvs as much
opened and woodland to each tract as may be d-lrrd, and
with or without the negroes, stock, plantation touts, corn,
Possession of the ahrve plantations and negroes will be
glveu to the purchasers at any lima whilst the crop is grow
ing, or in December or January next, as they may wish.
If not sold privately previous to the first Monday In De
cember next, I wll .on that dav, at Selma, se 1 lu lhe blghsA
bidder, such negroes is may then be un old.
Such opportunities and advantages were never kef re pre
sented for those wishing to continue, cr to engage iu the cul
tivation of c Urn. It ha been di cult fur years paat, to
find a plautalion in the "t 'une-Brnl e" rcni. n fr sale at auy
price, or even to purchase there a large unimproved tract.
These plantations ar In fertility, facilities for transporta
tion, and in all other repect, fully equal. If not susperior,
to any In the c-tuu growing State and I know that perso
nal Inves lirnlton will prove to the sntisfaetiiin of every one
tlmt no porti' n of the Union I more heahby than th ' Can
brake" re on i f Alabama.
I will also cell pnvalelv, for rah, or on time, one of the
moat bcauUfu ly improved private residence In tha city of
elina, and several valuable and a'egantly finished large
blocks of Lrick liuiltUngs, including the largest and moat de
sirably knotted to-a rooms, omces, banking houres, Ac, a -.
Also, several very iMrable unimproved large lota, and
mall tracts of land in and contiguous lo cWlma.
THIRTY HEAD OP BLOOD HOUSES,
Among which is the celebrated "Brown Dick," several tup,
rior brood mares, s-veral young stallli ns, geldlngs,colts and
fillies all of them from t) e very best rocingstnck.
Amnng the negroes is a first rate Trainer, several good
raee-riiera, and many excellent mechanic, cook, seam
stresses and hnufe servants.
For f irther prttealais, a ldres the undrrsigned, nr, W.
M. Bvao, Ksq., alealrua; ar, W. M Baooaa, Ksq., at Marino,
Perry ciwntv, Aiaiwna. Th Ovaraewrs now on tbe p ant
lions will civ all drarab Inlormatlon to thota wto aiajr
with to make a personal ioetlgati n of lhe premier.
iik.N. ADWAKDS WRRY.
FiLWi, Ala., Feb. . 1ST. febl Id
J. T. SWAYNE,
ATTORNEY AT U.V, .
COLLECTIONS made ia West Tennessee, North Missis
sippi, and Arkansas.
Tr.e Judges of th Supreme Conrt of Tsnneasee;
The Ba"k-rs, Merehsnu and ether of Memphis.
W. T. Bxaar A Co., KashvUIe; (1. A. Hssst. Esq . Clarksville
II A B. DuCOLSsa, " EC. rork, Esq., Franalin
J. F. I'SiSL, K-q., " 1 Col. A. M. LooisT, CotamMa;
(jsn. R. U. Aixaa, Lavreace-j Aaca. McHmeaL, savannah,
ItUUtS J)U CIIA.TIBItf:.
FC8T received, a few mora handsome Dressing Gowsa.
Airs, a small lot of cheaper style.
fbs J. IT. MrOaU
Cabin Passage to 2Vew York.
$M S25.00 '
Semi-Weeklj TJnited SUtes Mail Line.
ri'HK MEW AnO rPLKMU B1UK-WUEU. STKAM
A aiiirs -
KtiVll.l.r, Il too Capl, C. D. Uawt,
Al il Vr. ltlloii Capt T. L?o,
I.Oiu., l.sooiona Cail. M. K. Wuooweik.
ALAUA J1A 1 tons t apt. O. R, Bcanea,
wux Laava savsssse
KVKRY WEDNESDAY AM SATURDAY.
The ships ara among tha largest aa the coast, anaar
psiaedm speed, ra'cty ar o tort making their passage
la 5.) to l hours, and are nosnman Jed by skitlral. careful aad
aoiiUomcera. Having elegant slata-reom sdcomeaodatiuaa,
lbv offer a mnei dvslraaJe eoavvyane sa New York.
Cabin passage to New York 23
fclserage passage to S,m York
Agents: PA DFI.TO RD, FAY A CO, Pavaaaah,
A A Ml. U MlTCillLL, It Broad war.
From Charleston to View York,
v w Ji i
t.MTED UTATKS 91 AIL M5IK.
T02X AJfD CHAMJ3T05 ITIAXSHIPl.
T&retgh la 4) te S3 Hear.
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KAHYILLB l."wa Ti U. Bavry. CeswaMadar;
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M A alON. 15nt ..,W, J.FS"st, Vi
vuCTiiKENkK... .l.W . ,..T. U Kwao. do;
LFAVf A.vr" Whsrvre every WXD2TKSDAT aad
8AT17KDAT, W Ua arrival as le cava Irwaa Ut
aWk aad West, "at fcb vVatsr.w .
Tas srsaauMps war all bait evy-ss.lv e tMs Baa,
and hi a.it , maioi-t sad sst. r aarrUwl sa U nasi
Tabsw swpflrd with every suaary. v -
" Attrattr and sassrtenwa asassiii w.l ioswee trarssers
ly kks use avery pssaaia Msrt aad accosasaouai'osu
Cat in Paaag .... tyi
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For Fis gM ar F-assar, ksvieg eeru stats roma kiiiiiii
Mst.wea, at4v is, kMii')i,
Cat war Cast lay awad Adgvv's Snwl barf,
Mil . , - Cs,-W)B, S. 0
t v.a, tssa twa Vor bsiuw Ue f f M
Isa, art M'tvail Un Uaasi4a isowM. U t sw
eriy weeupis4 by Im iiausMH-i, iriaeOd ly ax.a auxws Ul
be e.ii kp aa bAa-i good asrrsaa ad faaMisst, la be tot le
Us tie. of f if sa r aoufkaine UtUiS.
lis is srpLrvd SS l.ts ia wt, ia tha hst sasaaeV, a4
Bmks ta Sus Jdmsi, stUtss a auaruiaa shmso iravsisrs
it rits ta s av4 sotiusat ta fc-sntuia. ad As a us
kavp aasas ll siiMriw.t soCci a.id Ibalxal jrfaf
k t ms to j, 1 m aia ajsi.1 ft ts. . -
Jea-ii7 .i, , IU S XXUUdJ,
Wtolesalc Detail Confecticners
i i . iSASHVIILl, Tena.
T'Y.r,v eoortsntTy on hand large assortment af
it ar wvv '
IV Candies, Cakes, No!, rTesvrrea, rca es, Uat
up. P&nliues. Brandy Fruits, Pi Fruits, Kins
plea, Oranges, Afple, Segars and every tiling or r -the
kind usually kept in Ct nlecticnaries. ' ; nld
JTo. 48 Dey st , Hew Tort
Sirmrs relf-adjUstuio stocks, ties and
CSAVAT3- The enly premium awarded by tha Amer
ican institute at their late Fair at the Crvstal Palace for
SKLF-ADJUdTlNd STACKS was to P. F. SyiTil, Manufac
turer, No. 43 Dey t., New York.
Merchants- will find it greatly to their advantage to cal
and examine Smith' exiensira aaeortrrent of thtie very
fa-hintable arvc e for tia neck. Grot ind 'Cementawiil be
offered ta Jobbers f ont Western and Snuthera ciUea.
fe erenre can be hd to nearly all of tba firl-cla Job
bing Houses of Kew York Ciiy. .. . jaal
NEW GROCERY STOHF.
BE0 W3T. H0PPEE & CO.,
WH0LFALK AND RKTAIT.
Grocers aad Conmissioa llercbants.
No. 34 Broadway, Next to Cauer iboe etore,
ft'Sr Intend keeping constantly oa hand all
j- -'r-s ! kinds of Groceries of the very best qual- fvlJ '
Wl. - tiis for the city and country trad. p l3
whab we will cll at the kwst marhe prices. Pi Swiss
We especially invite the att-nuoa of thasa ha wan of aav
anything in or line before purchanng efaewhera.
All kmd of Country Produce taien In xchangef sr Qoa
ED. BURKE PICKETT.
REAL ESTATE, CO.H.qEltUIAL,
Comer of Broad and front st., over C, Anderson's,
IT ASHVfLlE, TEITN.,
T7n.L take cha"ge of any busiree entrusted to hlra, rs.
quiring the set vires of an Agent, f r a eommisma ea
tirely satisfactory to ill partiet. and In all cases, aa charges
w:D be bx!( unless tatisfactu n I given.
Ibe performance of Contracts, Purchase, Fa'e, and Rent
ing cf Real Estate in the city and elsewhere ; the Purchase
and Bale upon Commiadon, of Foods, Stocks and Public
Debt and Note of every description ; Mer-nandire, Groee
r, ail kinds cf Machinery and Agricultural feeds and
Implements, the settlement of aemun! and claims and col
lea ion genera! y, attended to faithful iy and prempt rsiura
Ctf" Information anught and given In every department
of business. Hoping fur success only bv a strict attentioa
lo my engagement, and looking rather to th quantity al bu
siness done than ti ru-ArwWfanl charge, 1 respectfully so
licit a share of public patmnaee.
Gov. W. B. Campbell, C. W. Jackson, 8. T. Motley, Bank
of Middle Tenn., at Lebanon ; ov. N. 8. Bream, Fall A
Cunningham, Chnrch Anderson, IfcClure, Back A Co., Burr
A Allen, Andfrsun, Allison A Co., John 8. Brien Esq., A.J.
Duncan, MscKemde A Wilson, Nahville; Joseph W. Allen,
Esq , New Orleans ; John W. Butler, Pit.-burgh ; J.D.Leh
mer, Cincinnati ; Fdmund Cooper, Caldwell A Camming,
Shelbyviile ; Maj. R. G. kills, W. J. Spence, Murfreeaboru';
W. C. Whitthorne, Ksq , Col. A. M. I coney, Columbia; Col.
J. C. Guild, Col. J. W. Head, K. Ballnm, ksq., Z. Baker, Ksq.,
Oa.latin ; R. A W. U. AJexander, Maj. D. Burft.nl, Cot J. 11.
Vaugh, Dixon Springs ; Dr. A. 11. JLnd, J. B. Mdorea, Esq.,
and citiaens generally, Carthage. r a ' ; s
rrHE PHEMIUM FARM Of SMITH COUNTY
A F0& eALKillie most desirable property ia Middle
Tennessee, containing 2-16 acres, all under new fern ing, new
outbuildings, pUnk ucicg and hoiue newly refitted and
ainted, i miles from Dixon's fpnogs, and 8 from Carthage,
n the Gallatin ani Carthage Turnpike ; 80 ngroe of sfl
eairable ages, now on the place, Willi stock end grain. For
articular, call at PICKETT?. 1
QlBSCRIPTIO.tS to any New-paper In the ITnited
O cute received it PICKET l"8.
JOB VltK.-Two able bodied Negro Boys, accta
tnmed to all work, always on hand for Jot st
0V-STE IC S IS boxes just Teoei ved and for saleby
D. D. DICKKT,
oct27 No. & Collegn street.
WfAXTED-l 1,000 In Nashville and Chsttsno
II Kaili-id ftock, at PlCKslTT'a A..k.NCV.
BACON AM) LAUD Wartedbvl.D. DirKFT
rKDl No. 5 Collef e sU, Maahvili
REWAED ! !
TJ AS A WAT fn.ni the Fubcriber on Fridny the Wh Dee ,
il i black: eirro Man r.ameJ II A II It 1 , wLocalis Uuu
elf Hi;H V.
8aid negro is rather rparemade, about five feet nine or ten
inches high, weighs about 15"t roms, with cne cf hi ey
teeth out, easy and gentle In hi manners, and wore a goatee
or d ce when he left. He ia a carpenter by trade, and wa
hired to Coleman A Spain, i arenter of Naxhvlil. Hi
clothing was a'l good, but cannot be described. He i quite
intelligent, and it Is very probable he will try and get to Can
aa. 1 wit give the ab ve reward if deliveied to me In Nash
ville, or fur his confinement in jail at any point so that I can
(-aid negro beloni to Jo. W. Allen rf New Oilcans, ka
was left in my care by him thi fail.
Nashville, Janll tl CEO. C. ALLEN.
J A M E SbTc"RA1 G HE A D,
DEALER IN asaaaawaa
A Uf U
CUTTLE H. "S .
NO. rOPlDLll'Mll'Aiti:. I
TO enable me to sell good at low nr'ea, frem this ea
all accounts for sundries purchased an credit, shall b
eonaide red due when the article ar delivered, and pajmeii
will be exerted when th account are presented. i
janll decawly ?
ri'MIE onderalgned having pnrrhased a New Set of Plates
1 I prepared to print, aad supply the trsde with any
quantity of '
MOTTO VI2SE3, 1
OF AN ENTIRELY NEW STYLE,
And which wi'l be sold a cheap for cash a tbe aid style aaa
be purchased at th Fast ,
Orders promptly filled; and sample sheet, with priees,si I
upon application by mail, tu S. II. BA1LY,
Wholesale Coef etloaer.
feblS-dSTt St. l.oula tl
Till: IIOWAItn ASKflCIATlOX, I' hi la.,
REPORT ON PPKRM ATORRUOKA, or Beminal Weakness,
Impotence, the Vic of Onanism, Mastmbauon, or 8el
Abuw, and otber Disease ol the Sexual Organs, with an ac
count of the errors and deceptions of Quack, and valuable
Advice lo tha Afflicted, by . R. CauioiM, M. U., Consult.
Ing burgeon of the Howard AMOclation, Pliilai'elpMa, Pa., a
benevolent lnstuntien, establisheil bv weial etxlowment,
for the relief of tlie sick and distressed, sffiinsd with Vira
lent aud Epidemic Dtseases. A copy of lh above Report
will be seat hy mail (in a sealed envelope) Fi t of Charge,
on the receipt o Two rtiarsfur puatage. Ad reus Dr. GEO.
R. CAl.IioUM, .No. S South Niara su, Philadelphia, Pa.
rpiIE Public ar respectfully Informed that LYONS A CO
A (till etntlnue selling their celebrated Clsolrrsk si nil
illarrhra rrevcnlivr, tfrom the effects of which
o many last year reaped great eomhrrt and relief,) by the
Gallon, Bottle or Glaxs. A preventives are always better
than cures, w strongly recommend all to e It. The Poor
supplied without charge, if accompanied with a practising
Doctor's certificate, trivet Families particularly, should
have a botlie of this ar.ici ia lb kaiue, In case of emer
gency. LYONS A CO.,
myl 1 Cedar strsel.
G U HXr S3 .
FIELD, LANQSTKOTH & CO.,
166 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA,
INVITE th attention of MerohanH to the extensive aad
completely assorted stock of SiDglsand IKls Gens of
bandsom style and warrantel quslity, whirk they ara aow
receiving direct from the English, Belgian and French maker-.
Also in store, a large aasortmrnt ef Rifles and Pistols cf
new ani d-s rahle patterns All of wh eh will be oSrrad at
the very lowest pricrs, and fully warranted. febA twjm
GEM1.NE "RODGEIIS" IIILEUY.
U,' E solicit from buyer an examination f awr vary larr
stock uf Imported and Aaietican Cutlery, which aaw
OBIATZE TARIXTT -
THAN WK HAVE EYIB BEFORE OFF FRIlD,
And Include a full asnrtmeat of pstt-rs h-om Jus. Kodgvn
A cot,. FlkLU, LANGSTROTH A CO.,
Importers ef Hardware.
Pour and a nilf ilts from the city of SaahvUs.
rpHiaScbnoi a siiaai'd i a farm oa th Middle Franklin
L Turnpik, lkttMS Ineladlog Board, Fasl, Lthu ad
Washing, $iiK) per searina of tm mt-ntK. Ous ball payable
he first cf neptsmber, the other th 1st af Frfer-oary.
ani!3 les NATil'L CEOWI.
ADVANCED TAXES. " "
'l ' COLLKCTOE'9 OIFICF, 1
Namvuxb, Frbraary td, i"4. I
f!f aceordase with a recant act pasted by Uis Mayor aad
A Ahlemrn i t 'he city ef Ma'hvdle, tba kevraus Colrctor
la auibsnavd lo reeive Advanced PavmtB aa Orporatwa
Taxes kar th year 18' S. Oas per seal per aaaMilb wills at
lowsd I tax-paysra, provided paymeat Is mad to th are
est wmnth ot Febnsary.
1 9 Corpora tloa taies are dae and aayabte aa tha Brat
day wf Jaiy aaxt, aad intaraat w ill be ehsrgsd tasrsWlar.
IrtxVlia A. NIUSO.N. ttosesosv :
H1!!! New York Milts hive recently opensd ihs-r tVesttal
A th aid stand of th Fort Koyal Mi. s teea4 Na. t aWa.
CUeg strest, wHer th y will sera roa.isat y aa kiad
large supply af los Flowr pa' Bp sxprelj ate Fsaad Ms,
Also, a good lot ef Cabuitad kxr, stacks best Flour, Mass
Braa. Aa Ae.
These Mill asv loag baen kaows ia thi esaniy aa
fumuhtof the bsat rv-mt ihat is broaskt W thi.saarsst aa4
I saty reouwaa a trtil la asiHry all want d FlMsr,
ihat il ia (or tkeir iussrest t buy af aav The atiaulu a mt Aa.
vers at warlteatjtrty Sir acted a U-la. . .
fsalf tiCICA A CO.
LOOKl.NO GLASSES, &.cn A.C.
.. w. Bs rit:r..viA.',
DfALVRS IN PIINOP, MEI.ODE05I8, afgsy-
nun" FstiMBI. AsTtsv'S alsTaaiaLS, f" .-,""'
Cstt Mikerv MxerUh, Oil Paietmgs, ) " J i i"f i
aad EijratingsFTeT.ch Wlad rw bisaa, Aa. Uf J
Gilt llAatU And Pier Lociir j Chuet,
Pwrtrait sis FV-a- Frassea, In. I Is WIimAdw stS'iMla, A., Ar.
Is. It tftusiJnsrt, Na-'noxa, Ti ax.
t-bT a r '
loNC i ifiBv at, an "
Wholesale & Ketail Caaffelioarn,
1. 4 A I1 !! ITHEF.T,
HAYS aa haad a very causeo amianascstt eS Caadvaa af
ail kiada. Cakes Nsts. rrsevsa, Pioaisa, Catsot,
Bartfasa, sVaady Fraila, Fia Frs I, F'a Apvles, ttaugea,
A;t le, aad every tUin rf lb tiad asasiiy kvt CutJve
tiuaartie. -. -
Tbe aifi ft si ha vlst aad Liotiirt, AlA, Cats sad
Ta.suu. ef t;. -y rjj.
T" !' Bitery is si. at Urn best la th Wearers ewa'r-y
aad they are ptetsared fraah Srwsh LlgHl Bivai ai
Crac&e ol tha tea austrtj at U: sot prw.
... . PAXT1X3, XiZZZUlZl, CAULS, 4&s
Pimtirhed by these e skorvest svlo-, d. sn.
bjsw isnaeios. Aa., As, h sse K gaeae svtio t-f lb art.
Mr. Lo&rtam, M aa ;Wje ,4 Ok iM,i--, .
ptrtaB&, m T-t' tH art:! T'- V w i W
Ike! rt i.e is . Has. f (bibitad at Un f airs, a 1 b
MtsB at ssf ,Ai., . -aV. i'"
n ... i. m . ijMt v w,ns 1 ta Ute n.f j. tj t
Tlal A T Hak '
BCKOICAL l.XSTZUillMcV As-. - -
v ; 43 College Street, KASHTitit. . tj.
TV fT of Fncv Goods, Perfomary, Aols now very
1VA eomplese, having received fresh suppliaa, WMCtad by
on of the Arm in person, via: LaMn's, Basin's and MitehaPe
Extract.t; American Tinct- anl eerman Coiogn atw;
Fancy guaps; Hair and Tooth Bruha, la every style-. Difc
lueJ and Lubin'iachecr, Aromatic Chrystal; China, Metal
and Ulam Puff Boxes, several new styles; hei:Corrba,larg .
stock. Arse have ou band indigo, Madder, White Lead,
Linseed Oil, Terpentine, Ac, A J
'DfRE MOXOKOAIir.LA WHISKY Ohbls
A of the above, :al received, of prim qc U v. Sold ta)
as for six ysars oii. , , . Jo. tt. ER0W5,
.- .- J CoV.es it.
UIOE l A It I worsSuina W.ra, consisting
O ol Jars, Chums, Jtt.-a, Miik Paaa, itj Ur Crnrka, Ae af
very siaw, just received. JO. 6. BROW N.
- ; . . 4 College aC
OltTF U AnU Si O I t'll At.K CrmsUaUy
aa haad, Barclay, perkm A Co celebraird Lewdest
Porter and Meini Swvch Aie. JO. U. BROWS,
43 College strsst.
PVAXlt. SH AftCIl J boaeaaf a vary swpaiiat
ante of Starch, fm racatvad by
JO. G- BROWJf, i
43 College sC
OI J aCa.l.ll'.!a Vlba. Uingla, Sheet snd Bbrad
1? Alao,tgroce Sparkling tielaune; liupay Ki tract e
43 ColVves St.
OLD FOlle Abbey A cul 0id Foil constantly a
1 1 t BDflflf W
, college atrea. ,
CU.GKlS W AT KB Cwnauatly rvoaivfaif, di
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire ir. - '
JO. O. BROWTT .
a Cot lace sa. -
IMIIIO TACK I. II A large tock, .aleeted by
os of tha firm, cunsisting af Oenssiae Lisaier
Ick Hooks, plain and aa Fnaods; aiao, Aberdeen,
GraveUlesn and common Limerick Hook; a splendid as- ,
aortnent o Line cable laid Siik sod b-a Grasa, spaa Bad
plaited SUk; MioBow Seine, 1J by 4; Floate af every vm- .
riety. Keels, Jointed Rode, Clearing Ricra, Fly Hooka, At,
Ac, Ac, la short, ud supply those whu caa. appreciate
fine Tackle, with alronet every thing they may Bead le lhe) .
successful preeecutioa of this useful eaixDg. . .
iO. ii. AROWX,
43 College st.
$550 IN PREMIUMS!
ATING largely increased my supply of Rag bv the
Premiums offered the past year, ending June SOth, I
Bm induced to oCera larger amnunt of Prwi lsms kr tha
present year, and wid pay the above premium la taae al .
II i. I, $i, $S0, Tft, ti, 4, J0, ,2" and f 10, to any
Un Merchant or Pedlars who will deliver m from thi date
to the 1st of July, I8", the largest amount of AAGA; the
same to be bought outside of and by man doing; basinaaa
outside of Nashville or vicinity.
I WILL AT ALL TIM kit PAY TIIE TIIflHFST MAKKXT
PRICE IN CA8U FOR RAGS ON Dr.UVERY.aad lesuo a
-ertificate to the owner of the amount received aad paid tor .
These certificates moit be kept and sent in on or before Baa I
July, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville caa
make the awards. Tha largest amount being; entitled K
flisj, th next largest te ', and sa aa down.
Merchants sendir.g me slag will please write that I may
know in whose nam to iasue the certificate. CommnaUone
will not be allowed. "
Woolen, Linsev, Silk and Worsted Bag are not wan tad,
and wilt not be lin-loded la the above.
' I earnestly solicit grearer attention to saving and bwyloa;
rain throughout M.ddie Tenacmaa.
l4-dtrwtf - W. WH1TEMAN. -
it has worked miiuclm in thi place.
rI,UAT all the liald and tha ttj ran be restored perfect w
X to original grawib, so fkr aa their locks are eoncerned.
dues not admit ef a dubi, tiesitirs ll will cure every possible
disease of the sealp, wlitlir deves pd as dandrud, itching,
or in the s! ape f cir ..m.us srut even scald head
ami in no possibl eae will it fail of curing, aa if by magic,
ncrvjua r per odical headache, and if uted twice a week by
the young, regularly, it will prevrve the co'or, and keep the
hair from falling, u any imaginable sue. KxD as Jcnea.
l.oatxsruaT, la., June xata, lsU.
Mcsmm. O. J. Wood A Co :
Gist : Your uf th 13th cams duly to hand. Enclosed
please find foS, it being the amount lor Hair Reatorativa, .
I have sold it all. li y choise yon may send si a
doaen bottle Hair R-trative, 1 think 1 can sell it. It has
worked Viracles In this plaee. I sold a man six f 1 bntlls,
that wa bald, and it fetched new kwir out all over hi haad.
M. U. GEIDLXT. '
C R. R OrvK a, YaxnsLii, June il, ISM.
Pane. W.ion: Dear rir : 1 take pleasure In bearing vol
untary testimony to the snocller.es of your Hair Restorative.
Three months a-o my hair was very grey. It ia now a dark
hrown, (the original four) smooth and glossy. The only
application I have made to It has been the Hair Reetorattve
freparrd by you, and which from the raaalt in my own ease
eaa most corwially recorumeud la others.
. EDWARD W0LCOTT.
Tiara RtHwatTtva. In our erdumns to day will he towni
Prof. W sod's ailv tl-rment of the above article, lo which,
we call attention. W hat It has done we have witnessed up
on several ol oor acquaintances ia 81. Louis. Hair once
grey met our view, black or brown, as the rase might be
being the color of early manhood, and aa fine and g'ossy a
lilk.aiid itiAl without anv other application than th ftestor
ative. If it h done this upon others, wilt It Bot do the
asm for anv of our readers, whose "frost brows' wera
on e like the "raven locks" of LnekielN warlike chief. If tho r
will try it W thiuk o.Juitonru'! OmttitittiimalU
(Af. 5, lsii. .
Yixcaaxas, Ind., Jun 13th, 1S63. 1
Prof O J. Wood: As yoa are abot.! to manafactnr aa d
vend your recently Discovered llair Restorative, I will alats -for
whomsoever It aiay cuneern, that I have used It, aad
known other to as lu that 1 bav for several years bssa ra .
the bsbit of using other H tir Restorative, and that I find
yours vastly superior to ary other I know. It entirely ,
clean-es th beat uf dandruff, and with on month I proper
use will restore any person's hair ta lh original youthful ,
color and texture, giving it a healthy, soft and g'ossy ap
pearsnre, aud all this without disco'oi uig th aaadathat ap
ply it, or the dress on which It drops. 1 would, therefore,
recommend its use to every on desirous of having a Aaa
color auJ lexlui lo Lair.
W 1LS0N ATNO.
ft. lorts, Jon W.l SSA,
Prof. Wood : As you ar about to prtpar and vvod year '
recently dt'aeoverrd Hair Restorative, and as yoa reuses!
my opiuiun of it, I will ttate that my hair wa a Aw montha
ago very gray, and after a.ing two bo' tie- ef yoar Hair Ra
storstive, u resumed Its origins I color, and since its applica
tion all dandruff has disappeared from my bead, and 1 have
been triunled with no disagreeable Itchmg of tbe scalp. I
am aatirfied that those who Ba It wdt not regret It, a at
give the appearance o' having been recently oiled. I aaa
prepared, therefore, to recommend It use to ail Whe are de
sirous ef having a beautiful head of hair.
1 am, air, yours, Ac,
U. UK TE WAIT.
iy Prepared and sold at 114 Market itreet, eetwaeei
4th and 6th, St. Louis. Mo., and all Broadway, New York.
For sale ill Nashville, al Manufacturer's prim, by
fl. W. IlkNOERrHOTr.
Also, tor lale Prof. Wood's Oriental Sanative Lumen
aad Vegetable Life Pills, warranted better than any eJMff
or the money In al! cast refo ruled, be circular lor all ae
eessary Information with ageaia.
5AS2TILLX BILL AKD ESASS TQTTSVZT,
No. 1" South Front Street,
.'M AIIIVlLLCs TaWVs
VI. C00I. practical BFLL and KRAI'S FOCNDCB.
s saceesour to Wri er A Ccok, la prepared to mBwme
tare so order, Brhs A r thorchs, BiesmonaU aad Plaate
tiocta. A so. Ptrsm Whiaurs, O I Gr he-, rylnr-r, Waaga,
Founuin and M"W l ocks, llnse aad Salt wU Joiata, tiwei
Moa tieg, Aati Frierlon M'tsL
AH work au.i by m with ocstne-s and despatch, af th
best material, at low prices, and warranted. JaalA IfM
E have Ib rture l.ia keg HIOtMSERf. tlTa JTN1.
ATA NAILri. W I will sonunas u raorive iheta d
ring the awasna, and furntsa tb.sa so ia city Irado, at
PiTTaaUGU PsUCaA. t feetghi .1.d )
W. It. GORDON A CO.
A. H. E0SC0E.
w bsx.hu La abb Bavais. BsuLaa r
SXITGI, XIDICTHXS, STZ-8TT771
rCSFTXLET, 7AX3TI. CI2.S. 0LAS3,
AiCSHW, WH1TX LEAD, Ae.,
Cwrater of Itrwad statd .lsirUet tte -rt
IB AYItbstarty eaasad, a urgo aad WeB aoiootod staw fe
af Iko Bbaw art . laewtboe amb a large asaa-tateat e f
Fancy arwcsaa bM ul kick I aaarod lur ssa am the Base t
- Anam, I WW avaadw;
Arrow Bsot, I's aaaiad. stressed Bad Essrtdat -
Masstoaw, f paarsSs, rsfiaad;
Caasnr 11, gJtoai
roerperat, IN barrels, Pt'bm Greoo;
. Cvwaai Tartar, A barrasa; ,
t-aaa C-ebor. ! puaodr;
1 ladies, t" pwiada. Ftao ls Caisa;
btad4ev. l.uoBd, fin awamy:
Fapsr Caraw Bads, 4JMI psaaia rrissa; .
Fiswr tCphwr, Auw ,soniia.
' ASsf Bkkb kiseVrsd al th lowsst seicssv.
jaatS A. W. KOtfffMt.
W BILES mi aow ten rea Freeare lie Iheapee t
ease is vaa tints 1 ka m imi4 sad k sait
Ijtbvsaaasd PwsasB.sWfJk esa maAivg in puiadaaf iba boat
we a Use wsrtsi. al a rusts sa, - Sr CxBia, aad
wariackd aol Far su at lies Lrvg Use sf
. A. U. RcbtOI,
enrnor Frsad aad Martst sta., Bssbvft'e.
lini wi: Ki:i rruJi-A8TOSHHI3rO
1 ReMsaa. ltre water cr S.-ft water ;fce Bad gwad ff
Waehieg t art ass, by procur-eg, plr jf tbe r. Soew
Powder ter ass si A. M. RrCotTI
Tri Ftaee, oaeorr of Prosd sad Market reea'a, Nasavfite.
)Ertri'rnr at aii. PiticrtL-t have
oo baad tare a i !) aclsrvd swteb af Farwimsvw.
sdtaaia Far (Vaster Kerrhaau ka 1 !fwr st vwry Ise
pearwa. CUi east sw A. H. sWcaTOE.
it oaraev Broad a atarket ss Jlastrva
f.'ade of i'enxcroy iron.
Csasue'! &r ct1 7 ' u p. roltr.
K I Ijut' vi:;r t, , ;.(-' T-V Laadlaf,
..-! i . - - ' ' c.:'..:.ri'l. C'.X
T saw- sv T " ..--
i 'i Ni.ijAi, ivtfi 1 i::iMi: oi ti f,
VtwBAMiwf J W-r h -!'. ... -.
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J v.t itaaj sWvi tea Uwiii.it
k- NA 3 1 iV" -N '" T