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FOR CIRCUIT OOCirT CLEEK, .
TUOTIAS T . SniLEY.
D. B IV L E Vi
JOHN It A I Kli
XW w Bre request d to contradict a rep-wl tint C. J.
F Wbjibtoii his withlrawn rom the eanva.s f r Oirrnit
Court Cierk, and to s'ete th s.t he U sanguine ef his eleeiloo.
fW W are authorised to annemes Wirt'tT''
COOPKR a csrdidate fir th oflW nf rmtiHe of the 1st
District of David on coony, the tlty of N tavi le.
fW Vc are authorised to announce C O. BRYAN as a
esnrli'laie. for Sheriff of David on county at the en.nfr.g
March e'e-tion. 'Ht
Xm We are authorised to annnm-e T). TRTOI a candl
d.te fnr Mgltret, to All hs made rvTint by the
death of It. 0. Marcetl. In thk, the Nathalie District.
fwf ae authorise annnonee A. MeHAtIF.f.i a
candidate for Justice o' the Peace n tbe 1t IHstriet, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the death of 11 C Maraell.
fwf We ore authorised to unnwmt F. t fJI.APCOCK a
randidite fne re-eietion o Hie oHee of Consb'e of the
1st ftistrict of DsvidsoB county, the City f KsshTiile.
fW We are authorised to announce r. W. KANCF
eandHale for Circuit Coort Clerk M the insn.ng March
,etiem. (. H-td
I few- We are authorial to armnnre 1 P. "TOUT mfl
date for Cnlahle of the 1st tH-tri o' Pari 'son county, tbe
City of SashrilJe, it the ensuing March election.
rr We are auihoris-d 'o annonnc- N. P C0RR1TT a
eand dte for tbeeftW of Cw-tah of the Ut District of Da
videm ecwn'y, the City e' Nashville.
W" W re authori-d t" announce JF.-H B. PERRY
as a candidate for Conrtable In the Nahville District.
rffWe ere au'hirisd to announce 1 A M M. HINTOS
CBBidete for re-election to the r, fries- of ContMe if the
1st Isistriet of Davidson county, the City of NsshviTe.
MS we are aothoHt-d tosnrnmnc JOHN HCiH PMTTH
a csndid.te for the cm e of Olerk i ih Criminal Court of
Dari loa county, at the March election.
We are author! to annou-ve JOHN ?l ANF. Jr , as a
ranoldate for ti e cfllce of Criminal Court Clerk, t the nei
Wf- We are anthorited announce OF.O. W. COWAN
as a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk of D.ividson eoorty
at the net Mareb election. Jan2J
tW We areaothorlsed to snnownce JOHN K. F.DMOND
PON as a candid ite for Sheriff of Daridson cunt, t the
osuinf March election. deeli Id
ELECTION SA TURD A Y, MARCH FIRST.
Thursday Morning;, February 28, 1856.
FILLMORE AND DONELSON.
The Amerk av Tartv of Nashville and
Davidson County will hold a IIATIF1CA-
TION" It ALLY in this Citv on Muxday
. . ,
Nk.ht, M Altai 31. Let every citi.en who
iutends to Kiijijiort tlie Aiiurican Conven
tion Ticket attend. Distinuihlicd speak
ers will be in attendance.
An Object Uorlli) ot Attention.
A Concert will be given in the Methodist
(Mclveiidrei) Church to -morrow (FrioMjjMght,
by a Corps id' Hitiatetir muNci.tti, lcil by heverai
aeoomilir.l'el I'rofesors tif t lie art f-r tin- iu r
juise of ruining funds to a-ist in perlcC'ing a
pi i ject which chotild t-nlist t lie feelings of eve
ry citizen who values mot als and good socict)',
not to r.ak tf higher interest", in this goodly
city of ouir. A li till ted nutnher of Christian
genilemeii during the lat year (lUrchaM'd a lot
oti North College utreet, and liave erectel on
it a neat and commodious house of worship,
dedicated to the ut-e of a large ami grow ing so
ciety of German Methodists, of which the Rev.
I'niup Uakth, is Pastor. These gentlemen, in
a laudable spirit of christian lilerlity, liave
pledge! their private means for the liquidation
of the debt incurred in the prosecution of their
euterpds, having already discharged, as w-e
understand, more than half of it. The mem
bers of the church and those interested in it
welfare, have proposed a Concert of Vocal and
Instrumental Mu-io, as a means of appealing to
the community for aid in relieving thee gen
tlemen in part of t lie burden they have assum
?d in the spread of christian enlightenment.
AVe trust the cull will not lie unheeded. It is
a most praiew(itth undertaking in which
freiitlemen have embarked, and to have u igirn.
tcd afjd liberally contributed to its succom, w ill
redound greatly to their creilit. Iut we think
we greatly underrate this community if we
could suppose it capable of letting mi object cf
this kind languish for riipport, or suffer the
whole burden to be placed on the shoultlers of
a few who have generoui-ly come forward and
et the matter on foot We trust, then, that
even in this view of the sul jcrt, apart in
weightier consideration", our citizens will see
that the Cencert of to morrow evening is lib
The church in question is loca'eJ in a part
of our city which our Christian community
have for years abandoned to the scuui, and
filth, and pro-tituiion of our city. It is a sjsit
in the moral vineyard which the laborers have
sadly overlooked. It cannot fail to be of ser
vice in purifying 'the locality, in collecting a
better neighborhood, and, in a worldly view
of the subject, in improving the value of prop
erty iu that section. And the immediate end
ot its institution is worthy of thought. To
. promote the religions education of a class of
our citizens who, without disparagement, we
are free to nay, stand greatly in need of such
teaching, and wlotso interests have lecn ne
glected by miionai y effort, we think, is surely
subject which cannot, at the hand of our
philanthropies, receive the silent go by. The
peculiar construction of the German mind,
ven when bighly cultivated, is warped by l.s
metaphysical cast, towards transcendentalism,
not to aay downright skeptici-m on religious
subject, and much more is this the c ie when
it is sunk in the mire of ignorance. To root
out the rank weed of infidrlity, and to teach
them their true relation to the Creator, is to
make them good and Utefnl citizens. What
man will stay bis hand when an opportunity
is iffered to contribute to a consummation
o desirable. Itul we have not time or space
to present, a we could wish, all the c iiMdera
tiona in behalf of this project. We have only
net down the r (lection of the moment, but
certainly no one can fail to appreciate the ob
ject of this call. Go forward, then, and encour
age the mall but promising beginning w hich
baa been made toward reclaiming that por
tion of the city, and tic vt ing the moral stand
ard f I's sin-ridden deti'.zeii. Iiy this effort
more than one jewel may be saved from tht
sink of iuiquity, and take ita pluo hereafter iu
the crowo of rejoirn;. Wj hope, then, to
ee the MrKvudre Church well filed n to
morrow night. The price of admission haa
been fixed at f 1.
Kler a at 4 MaailMMat Mewa
A telegraphic despatch from St, Lxiuia to
Capt. CoKbaTT, of ibciiiV il'isr, dated the
28lh intt, atatea tliat the ice iu the Miaisi-4
broke op that d.ij. The SuU )'tt will,
theitfore, leave for ft. Luis to-day at 12 M.
Horn IosrtiaCK Coaraat Tli company,
which has just been iucorporatcd by tha Lrla
lure, have opened Cooks for the subarrlpiioo of
stock at No. 28, Elrkoiaaa Ooroer; and at tL
Merchant's Batik. This company are to have CO
agencies. Go and Uka stock.
senate; - ;
Widsksdat. Feb. 17.
ATter dipffsirg of sereral Douse BUI on second
A dtr arose apon a motioa to reconsider the
vote aiJ:.Dg i!r. Atkiut to the select couimiitee to
iiirestigite ibe affair, of the Penitentiary, which
consumed a greater part of the morning sewion.
The motion prevailed, and the committee was
restored to its original number.
I10CSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tckpit, Feh, 56.
The PetiitfutiaryOn motion o! Mr. 'Wullnce,
the Moune took op Senate Dill for the benefit of
the Penitentiary, which vn diacupced and amended
in acreraj respects, and then pased on it second
HHf Bill on Second IiemVttgkW the Douse
bill on second reading were disposed of, end the
following were indefinitely postponed.
To rstatili.-h the county of Ciss, to be eomposed
ot portion of Giainger, IUa Litis, Greene and Jef
ferson. To better secure the administration of the law,
and to protect the revenue ol the State
Ah Oirmibiui Senate bill to amend the charters
of the iliai'iss'ippi Leree company, and the Forked
Deer and Obion Levee company, was taken up and
read, when the lollowing amendments were offered.
By Sir. Davie: To incorporate tiie Montgomery
General Insurance and Trust company.
kr. White: To incorporate the WalJen's Ridge
Coal and Iron Company.
Mr. Holmes: To incorporate the Memphis Agri
cultural Fair Grounds Company.
Mr. B.ill: For the benefit of Hawkins Lodge I.
0. 0. F., at Rogersvillc.
Mr. Thomas: To incorporate tbe Durliamville
Mr. Tsvlor: To incorporate the Covington and
Sharon Plank Road company.
Mr. Tipton: To incorporate the Knoxville and
Rutledge Turnpike company.
ilr. Looney : To incorporate the Harpeth Lick
and Bethesda Turnpike company.
Mr. Anii?tioi:g: To incorporate the Knoxville
Commercial and Life Insurance company ; also, to
incorporate the Knoxville Uotel company.
Mr. Brazelton: To incorporate the Sallillo and
Jack's Creek Flank E jad company.
Mr. I'ogue: To incorporate the town of Clifton,
and to amend the charter of the town of Lagrange
Mr. Mabry: To amend the charter of the Mc
Minnville and Manchester Railroad company so a
to allow any stockholder owning one share ot stock
to become a Director.
Mr. Carmichael : To amend the charter of the
town of Morrislown.
Mr. Bullen: Providing that nothing contained in
the act shall be so construed as to allow bauking
privileges or Slate al l.
The uinendments having been severally adopted,
the bill passed; ayes 37, noes 13.
ViiNEsir, Feb. 27.
llottue Hi lit oil Third Itradivg The House pro
cet-tW to the consiiler.iliori of House bills on third
reading, and disposed of the following:
To tranter c ituin recoid booka and papers from
the othVe of Secretary of Sute to the Land Olhce,
rejected; ayes 26, noes 2H.
Tu amend the laws in reference to appeal from
tOifts ol cha' eery in Ceitain case, was rejected;
ave 22, noes 31.
To nrerciilxj the manner of changing .the title to
land Kild lor public taxes, having been rest),
Mr. liall ottered an uiihii. imont in relation to
keeping up line fences.
The amendment having been adopted, the bill
! rj-cte.l; 25, n,e :;4.
To amend the Ihs in rrference to Notaiies I ub-
j ic WllS ind, Cllil,.v p0stpOlled.
To make the owners of negro slaves liable for
their acts, was indefinite! postponed.
To amend the act of ISvi'J, cu. 20, sec. 3, was
indi finitely postponed.
To amend the law relative to the sale of lands by
viitue ol execution' issued by justices of the peace,
a a indefinitely po-tpone J.
To amend the school laws; passed, ayes 39, and
To secure the completion of the Blountville,
Middlelown and Kliue(hton turnpike road, ( by
granting State aid lor building a biiJge across Del
t.ton river,) and for other purposes, having been
Mr. Dewitt offered an amendment to appropriate
f 3,000 to the Koine and Carthage Turnpike com '
panv to build a bridge acioss Round Lick, at Rome,
in Smith county.
Oilier amendments Hiving been offered, t'te pre
vious question was demanded and eustaiued, cut
ling oil' all amendment-, and the bill was rejected;
ayes 25, noes 31.
For the Ulief of Jesse Locke, was indefinitely
To amend the act the better to secure the rights
of tobacco planters; ayes M, noes 4.
To amend the internal improvement act and pre
serve the credit of the State, was rejected; ajes 23,
To amend the criminal laws of this State, was
To regulate bunking in this Slate; passed, ayes
S'J, noes 10.
To amend the charter of the Western Central
turnpike company, and granting Slate aid, was re
jetted, ayes 10, noes 37.
To amend the aet ot 1807, c'mp. 8, section 3, in
relation to killing stock, Ac, (making it a misde
meanor punishable by fine and imprisonment,) was
pafstid, ayes ol, noig 23.
F'el loiv-( llix -iia of Iav idaou ( ount)',
Alter mature rttlectiun, I feel that my hastv con
elusion to become a enndidate lor the office of
Sheriff does not meet my own approbation. And
though solicited by many warm fih uds, yet I am
compelled by my own conviction, to withdraw from
the canvass, for several reasons: One is that it
has been said bsotne that I bad come out to aid a
eel tain candidate to defeat'another. This was not
my 'Mention. only asked the people for their
support for my own individual benefit, and for no
! ojie tle.
GEO. I). U A VI LETT.
We learu that an association for..utuaI improve
ment iu speaking, writing and general literature,
was fo med in 'his cily during the past winter, ta
king for its title, "The Young Men's Lu'cura ('
S'anhvi!lu." Interesting weekly debate are held
on subjects calculated to stimulate study and re
search, and to call out and cultivate the menial ra
pacities of the members. It is pVoposed by thr
Lyceum to exubli-h a Library and Reading Rroni
for the uie of its n.embi rs, and iu order to srrure
an addition to their own funds, whi:b (the society
being in ',1 infancy) are necessarily low, it has se
cured the service ot eminent gentlemen, who
have volunteered in the kindest manner, to deliver
lecluie for the benefit of llii- fund. The member
of the Lyceum, therefore, design throwing them
selves upon the lihcral sympathies of the public of
Nashville, and ai-kinx them to atsist in whst they
consider a laudable enterprise, while they feel as
suied that those who may attend will be liberally
repaid iu the liurary repast offered them.
The (list lecture of the course will be delivered
by Rv. J R. Fkrgiso.n, in the Christian Church
onTuealay night next. (See advertUement ) Oihvr
tU-ki.owii gentlemen will follow; and it i believed
that the course will prove rich Intellectual treat,
and do honor to Nashville.
Cnortau at AtcriuN. We direct attention
10 ths advertiemetit of our enterprising friends,
Uesar. Leilrell & Ewiug, Uaiket street. They sell
a large and select assortment of Groceries ncit
JJJ Mr, 0. C. Ilavax, candidate for SharitT, re
quest us to say that in Lis Ciicular of yesterday,
he doe not wili to bo understood as chsrginj
Uessis. Lanier, Tctwsy and Wilkinson with offering
him money, but only soliciting Liui to wuhJraw.
COCS TV JUDGESHIP.
ttT w, a-e aalltortsed U auaoancs W. A. GLtSN as a
can l.daut for ths ofios of Jlg U the Cuouty Cjurt f Da
v.daoa utf at tlie May tlcc.'ton.
11T W are uiWrjss tasnaeance JXK WtlirwOtTU
a cat d dais Kr Jadge ef tbe Cestnty Cuw't ol Davilsu at
H i way ' t oo.
ttT are aail.ris4 to mm T. D. MVrLIT a
caadiaals Kr Jwdge ef tLc CfSSLly Cea.il of DavLUea evB y
a the May ete low.
If We are author s-d is tnneance Kl'GCB CKDF&
(X'D, a saadtdaU tjr Judge wf Ibe Cuaaty Coart a!
CU We are aatherMd le aaaowse GEO. COODW15
as a rand dale r J wigs ef tlte Cvwal Cewit ef Davsdsaa
eosanly at the a' ay elevtia.
ITT We are aaUrsss te saawoaace JOliH FtXRI-l m
eastslidate f Jedge ef lbs Cowoly Cuwrt ef DavUawa eownty,
at die Mty eketa.
a raw tie Ut tbee wf Ja-ige of Ue Ocsiaty Oart of Da
vUa ewostjr ai tbe ei !tios la May.
To Hercb-ats ivnd Hfrcht Tailors.
'piit alUula ef the UaJa to fsjawotaa a saw a4
1 ca sq sbs wf Ma at4 bViy,' wear, tia itly lea
prtt r l)HiCR.-sV,trjLkCli'a At-tl.,
jaalia - aw 1 Market radali
J ' ' . " - - ' -
Rsperta rurnbhsd by ths Associated Presa. &
Washikgtos, Feb. 2t Docsa. Mr. Campbell,
of Ohio, from the Committee oa Ways and Means,
reported bills to supply deficiencies iu appropria
tions for tbe support of Military Academies, and
the paytreiit of invalid and other pensioners.
The Speaker laid before the - Douse a message
from the President transmitting and recommending
to the consideration of Congress, the communica
tion from the Secretary of War, giving bis reasons
for increasing military efficiency, as regards arma-i
ment and munitions of war; and tn order to effect
this, it is neneessary that more than the ordinary
means be placed at the disposal of the Executive,
and I respectfully suggest and recommend that ap
plication be made for the eariy appropriation of
$3,000,000 for increasing the military efficiency of
the country, to be applied at the discretion of the
President towards the object before staled.
- Mr. Humphrey Marshall regarded this as a war
message designed to operate on cither side ol the
Considerable debate arose as to whether the com
munication should go to the committee on Ways
and Means, or the committee on Military A (Tors.
Mr. Keith thought the committee on Claims a
proper reference as both committees churned the ju
risdiction of the subject. Laughter. The debate
was still unconcluded when the House adjourned.
Sk.NATK. The bill providing that the law rela
tive to pilots on steamboats, and especially they
shall not be so construed as to effect, annul or im
pair the force or validity of Sute laws regulating
pilots in ports, harbor over bars at mouths of riv
ers, where such waters are within the territorial ju
risdiction of such State, was taken up and passed.
A bill to tuihoriz-3 the Secretary of the Treasury to
permit the owner of any vessel to change the name
of the same on presentation of sufficient reasons,
was also passed.
The Senate then resumed the consideration of
the Central American question.
,Nkw Orleans, Feb. 26. The passengers by
the Daniel Webster bring a doubtful rumor that
Col. Kinney had been arrested at Grenada by Col.
Walker and codemned to be shot, but was saved by
tbe interference of Walker's officers.
Clncissati, Feb. 26. The weather is mild and
has tbe appearance of raiu. River rising. Ice is
Cincinnati, Feb. 27. It has been raining hard
eiuce midnight. The river fell about two feet last
night, but is now rising.
The fugitive slave case, whLh has teen pending,
the United States Commissioner Pendry, decided in
favor of the cuimunts, and ordered them into cus
tody. They are still held by the sheriff under an
indictment for murder.
Loi isviLLK, Feb. 27. The river was falling yes-
terd iy, with eight feet water in the canal. It is full
of floating ice. Weather rainy. No more damage
has been do:i to boil at Cincinnati.
fT. Louis, Feb. 2). Tbe river broke at 2 o'clock
doing great damage to boat. Tne following steam
boat were sunk Submirine, So. 4; Shenandoah,
Highland Mary, Bun Accord, Lamartiuo, Federal
Arch, Sarah Cloon, Sparhawk, Australia, Brunette,
and Louisville. Several were carried away from the
landing. We have no information of most of them.
Numerous canal boats and barges were also carried
away. There i great excitement exhibited regard
ing the missing boats, most of which had steam up
and the crew all aboard. The loss, so far, is esti
mated at $100,000.
The river has risen from 12 to 15 feet.
Nfcw York, Feb. 26 Evening. Southern flour
8 25u9 75; Rye flour 4 37a6 00; Corn meal, Jer
BJy, 4 50j4 62; Whisky 3oJa31; Wheat, nominal
quotations 1 60al 70 for red, 1 90al 95 for white;
Rye 1 05al 10 delivered; Corn 72a77; Mes Pork
15 8715 91; Prime 13 87al I 00; Beef, sales of
country prime 8 75a9 60; Mess 10 OOall 00, and
repacked Western 11 OOalS 50; Beef haras 12 60
al5 50; Cut meats unchanged; Lard easier, lOj-a
10; Dressed hogs 7; Cheese 9all.
Daily Patriot Orricic. )
Nashville, Feb. 28, 1866. J
COTTON Sales of 200 bales yesterday at 88.
05, 68 at 8a8.50, 13 at 8.65.
TOIJACCO 1 hhd. at Johnson k Home's, at
7.05; 6 at Hamilton's, 2 at 7.05, 7 00, 5.80, 5.45,
BACON Declining. Holders demand 8 cents,
but buyers are not disposed to operate very largely
above 7c, hog round.
FLOL'K Diooping at 5.75a7.00 per barrel, and
2 6ia3 00 iu sucks.
AoaXS UANT. HtVKT HIST, J. BJ. W. MACRBA,ja.
HART, MACREA & CO.,
WU O L E S A L K (7 11 O C E R S
No. 7and 9 South Market Street,
T E liv just rcelvH ami have Id stnre a portion of our
s:cx k, oll
rihtlng in part of the following at tides:
ISA I h Is K.ir to Kxtr Ne
ItNi nests Market l!akts;
Mtxjx lU'aiia do;
Iihj and bids P w lered
C'u-h.d A Loaf Sugar,
KS bids -.I. ) i-ses,
I'M) ha. f hltl' do;
ki bg C' ff -e:
8 H) pa. :tace Mackerel,
fHHi hairs halt;
85 em's Man lla Rope;
." casks Mal'ga Mine;
fi " Sherry do;
INI imctane' M R Rxi ins;
S'i rraits tl e Almond;
'. IH d mrjol n asted sises;
12' 0 bdxes Kirdlne.;
'.0 cases wooden hx Maicties
lil il a n Londcn Porter;
M boxes Smoked Hen ing;
' D'-sts Painted T !;
li'O itosen " lnrkeU;
f tal kegs Nails as'ted sixes;
ICXi.lOO fine t igvs
10J boxes Tobacco various
23 rases freh Cove Ot iters;
W bnxes assorted Pt-krl;
i ' " Pie Fruits;
8 ceroons best Indigo;
10O boxes tUr Candk a;
lit cases Brandy Cherries;
10 tiero-s Rice:
iih Pepper, Spice, Soda, Ac., Ac.
HART. MACRAE A CO.
C I.LEO IC TKEKT, NAOIITII LK, TKNNK8KE.
W31. 11 Oil i: UTS, Proprietor,
(lstk or Ttaaa iraixus.)
nllt !u rrlber his recently taken this well known es
A lalili'hment is refitting and thor. ug'.ly renovating It,
and bf es so-n to have it lo such condition as not to be infe
rior lo anv hone in this ciW. 1 he Fnrier hepes by his
exer;ions aid those of his Assistant. ,( Mr. i raddix k, who
Irene' W pre I ted at the City Hot-I.) lo he able to ma.e his
hou-s worthy ol belne puroniswl by the public, and promi
ses i hat no pains shall be snared on his part, to merit i ha ap
probation of those who uty faviir him wrh their patronage.
He rep c'tully solicits a trial of his bouse.
feb-Uiw o WM. R0BF.RTJ.
THE UNITED FI SEMEN'S
Insurance Company of Nashville
Capital 100,000 Dollars.
CH ARTEKFD BT TIIK TATC
This Conij-any I, now la ra-cesf U
nperatioa, arid is pirpare-l tn take
risks on Ujtldings, dords, Wares
and Mercha: d s-. sg tinst
i.ov u ia.vi;k itv rim:.
Also, en Oml, Wares and Mercl siidisc and Caigota geo
erailv,.aalnst tl- r sks nf Sea, River and lnlol Traoe
porral m. wrwn ss favorable terms u any eice in the city.
Olbce No. " toi ege st , rstoslt the teaiiee Uoase.
W. H. MATTUiWS, 1-re.i.lent.
JuBI f. rASMlux, Fr CTUry. fet.il
KEYSTONE MARBLE WORKS.
XI AUKT PTKKKT, WFST OF TWINTUTM,
fiiii. titr.i piiia.
S. F. JACOUV A. CO.,
IMP0KTS.K8 ef and dealers In tU varloas Foreigw and Dw
MIK Mirhha, fMaiaary, Ae , bi-e r xiMantlr on hand a
laree sad ele-1 rtm'l ef MtsTLtg, Mi'NU
Mt.MK, TABl.C T0P8. of every ctraeripti.m, ant sx
etlvd by any n ll e rite, fur saatv symwMtry and tnlh
tAHI.Vgr MAHAKH, ll'MB AND M S.KULK C'CT-
TENtt, fUiouSKd at ths llivtm iwirw, with Mstrtl of every
te ri)iUui and paltem, wbe:ar frega or DxatswUc, ether
a shed la the eb or HW k, ea the mott aeaoauswdaUor
Ws eiperiaJly UviU attest te ear stork on bawd.
Cabin PuaAaie to .v York
Secvi-WeeUj United States Ma.il line.
'I 'lilt Slw AD IfUSADlD blbK-WUbU. (TEAM-
K0 H.I. IMw-i CaoLC. . Icbw,
A I 4.1 HT.ti ! Cap- T. Lvoa,
tMHIIU A. !. Cas4. M. Wuoeweu.
A1UAMA, l. iM- U. . BcaactA,
win. taafs esvsas.a
SrERY WEDNESDAY ASD SATURDAY.
torn 4 aide are a-enc Ibe fcara tbe eeeat, wasssr.
puere tn epeed, aaJrty ewsstVrV alfg their paaeagea
UbetwMbewre. aa4 areewssaaded by akAsi.earentj aa4
aeiite eevre. Havtag ekgaaistaie wa aeeamcnndaUoiia,
Ibv aeVe a ssewt airab eoaveya re lert.
Coa g to New Tar. t
sHeerajre pajea-e Kew Tra
Ageau; fAttUrltD, FAT k CO, r-Vasak,
' XX . U 1TCU U !".
' 's.'.'c-TXeary & Co's Hats.
ET TBa" PACKAGE.
; At oa wrio4 since tbe astabaV .maa ot ear Firm la 1SSS,
bars we been ah lo supply customers In this Brawn of ear
business with the quality and style of Hat now being packed.
Possesdnf a perfect knowWge of the markets at boms and
abroad. In which to obtain material in the raw, eonrprisloa
their atvera! parts a Urga manalactuHng department tn
whkh we empioy a moiety of tbe best workmen ia the Stale,
onder the supervision of the talent and taste empU yed la
prododng tha eelebra'ed. "Best Hats," which for years has
secured to us the enviable reputation of Leaders of fashion
for Gent emeD's Hik throughout the United 8 tat a.
We solicit orders by the racket.
... LEAST CO., Eatten,
. " AsToa Hocsa, tt. T. Citv.
Sew Tork, Feb. 1. 18'6. ' fcW2-2w
Ths Buss or MAsauoa. Marry when you like. There is
bo hing now to prevent it. They mo Jove yon If ywt love
thwi, and wish to Inspire them with a tender p union for
yourself. Prof. Kondout' book tells the whole story. He
givjs yoa the secret. Plenty of marriages will be the result
Nobody will remain ia single b!esdnes when he or she can
wed whom be or she may wish. It is a rare secret. The book
is called the "Bliss of Marriage fiee the advertisement in
another column. Dutchman.
Foa Baoar urna, Throat Diseases Harking Congo, and the
effects ol Imprndeot m of Mercury, no medicine has ever
been discovered which has effected mch enres as Carter's
Throat diseases, produced by sai vatton, Hacking Cough,
Brochial Affections, Liver Disease, Neuralgia and Hhenma
tisro, have all been relieved and cured In a wonderful mm
Bcr, by the great purifier of Ihe blood, Carter's Fj.anUh
The ea-e of T. H. Bamsey alone should satis'y any who
doubt. Call on the Agent and procure a pamphlet contain
ing cures, which win astound you. See advertisement.
ry An ounce of fact is worth a pound of theory; and the
swarm of conclusive facts that cluster around that luoompar
able preparation, Hoofland's German Bitters, prepared by
Dr. 0. M. Jatkson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a
tonic and restorative, are such as would prevent Incredulity
itself from Questioning its efficacy. In all cases of diseases
of the stomach, whether acute or chronic, it may be recom
mended for IU soothing, cordial an I renovating influence,
Dyspepsia, heart-burn, loss of appetite, nausea, nervous
tremor, relaxation and debllHy, Ac, are relieved by ths
Bitters in a very short space of time ; and a perservance in
their use never fails to work a thorough cure. Bee adver
Pao. Wood's Haib RasroaATrvi. The testimony of all
who have thoroughly tested the virtues of this celebrated
article, ia, thit it will restore the gray and the bald, eradicate
d seae of the Scalp, preserve the bair falling, and preserve
the color perfectly to extreme old age. It is now put up
both with and without sediments. See advertisement.
WILLIAM L. MORSELL,
DEAL Lit I.N
Dry and Sparkling Catawba,
NO. 35 EAST THIRD STEEET,
jyl6-ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Furniture, Clocks, &c.
No. 1 6 COLL-U- STHti r,
1 Haviho purchased the entire -tock of
Furniture, 4c, in the n are Rooms i f R.
W. Shaffer, wh'ch, in connection with my
former stock, makes it the larreal and beet
in the ci'y. I am, ther.-f re, prepared to offer induremen's
to Cash buyers and punctual men, a ho are requested to call
and examine my i'ock and prices.
Thankfu for t favor, I respect ully solirit a rontir u
anre of the same. teb7 JO iS esTTtRSON.
n I! F. undersigned, Administrntorof L. M. Bransfor ', dec
X will, ty virtue of a LHed ot Trust rx-cu'nl to the mid L
M. rtr&nsfunl, d.-ceawd, by Auron Wright aud regi tfred iu
the olhce of the Register of Davidwn co-imy, in Book No.
14, pufres 404 and 4 jS, offer fur ta'e at i'ublie Auction, at the
c'url-bne in the town of Na liv lle, on Saturday the 16th
day of February, 1S:6, for cash, the HOUSES AND
LOIS therein conveyed, situtted in Nashville, froniing on
fruinm-r street, one hundred sni seventy (eet, more or less,
and being the two Hm.se and Lots next door to Odd Fellows'
Uall, one at present occupied by said Atn Wright, and the
other rented. W. L. CTLKY, Adm'r of
Jm-'ft-td t, M. Hran;tr-M rM
Laud for Sale.
I OFFER for s.tle (700) tEVKN HUNDRED ACRE8&
OF LAND lying on the Columbia Central Turnpike TV
Koa i.neven miles from Columbia and four from Mt. Pleas
ant, being a purtof the tract on w ith I reside.
This Land is equal if not superior to any in Maury county
t is well watered; (the crlebrated Devers Spring being on
the part offered for sale) well timbered and well improved.
There are on the premises some beautiful building sites
fronting the Turnpike and the contemplated Rail Road. It
will be divided to suit purchasers or sold in a body.
For further information apply tomcat Ashwood r. Ultce,
Maury county, Tennessee.
augll If LUCIUS J. rULlV.
Front Charleston to New York,
I KITED STATI.S HI AIL, LIKE.
NEW T0RX AND CHARLESTON STEASHIPS.
Through in 43 to 82 Hours.
SEMI- W E E K L Y,
NASHVILLE LSMToni M. Berry, Commander,
J4MF.3 ADtiER.....! M0 " S.O.Turner, do;
MARION 1 NIU " W. J. Foster, do:
SOUTHERNER... .1,100 " T. D. Kwan, do;
LEAVK Adr's Wharves every WEDNESDAY and
SATTJRDAT, after the arrival of the cats from the
South and Writ, "at hih water."
The- Steamships were all built expressly for this line.
and for safety, comfort and speed, are unrivalled on the coast.
Tables supplied with every luxury.
Attentive and courteous commanders will Insure travelers
by this line every possible comfort and accommodation.
For Fre ght or Passage, having elrg int state room accom-
niod.tion, applv to HE.NRT MISSROON,
Uoiner East nay and Adger's nonin h nan,
feblS Cbaslksvox, 8. 0
KICH SILKS VEST CHEAP.
T A A J. G. MrCLEI.LAND are ff,-i!ng a large and
V elerant aortment of Rich Dre s Mils, and eaVr
Fancy Hoods at very reduced prices, for Cash, at the Met-o-politan
Store, ft and A3 College street. febl3
Nob ui D. Fllw,
Successor to Ellis k t'oore.
E. B (Amour,
NEW IEON FOUNDRY.
ELLIS & HEAUMOXT
BEO leave to inform their frieuds snd Ihe public that they
have now In operation a lare and extensive IKON
FOUNDRY, adjoining the Machine hop of tills A
Moore, and are prepared to
FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY,
Fr every description cf CAST I !i;j that may be called
for. and as cheap as It can be done west of tlie mountains.
Mill (isisiso, Hoaxa Powaas, I- Wxiuhti,
Baa Vadltb, Wixoow Stixa and Lixnm. i-sits Baas,
H arsa WasKLa, Coax CarsHra, and all Csstism,
used in the construction nf Flour Ml'ls, Saw Mi. Is, Furnaoes,
and Dwell'ncs. made to order st short notice.
We will also furnh every riesrrintion nf Steam ard Water
Machinery at the Imnw pricra Patters ma le to order nu
no charge fnr use ol patterns which we have in ear Foundry,
The highest prices paid in work for old Iron.
H.I.M A BELMONT,
63 Market street, war Broad,
lan?S ly Na-hville, Tenn
' IA ACREd of Land in I aaderdale county, for sal of
If-t'Vy superior quality and flmly timbers A. A bargain
tiered. Call at
,t n A ACRK. of Land In Fort Bend county, Texas, will
Xj tJ J be sold on good terms, or rxrhanged for other
prrperty. The Harriiburg a d BrasM Railroad rans y It,
Country thickly inhsb ted around It, ana Improved paces
valu-d at 1 8 ) to 150 per acre. Good ttie.
Apply at PICKeTTU.
.T (I, fit. on MeLrwio e Street, a syiosI ensnf irUb'e borne,
1 1 f r sale is within a short walk of basineea, sad wiU be
off-red as an inducement tn st eculatioo.
feblS Call at PtCKETT'9.
01 nn DOZEN Oood Assorted Brooms;
1UU S.ixsl Keams Best Wrapping Paper,
Vi"l Hales Cotton Twine;
I.I.ImsI P'oe Hindi, s. (Jokman's Patent.)
x.,a) lbs ManU or Ureas p, assort. I;
KM coils and reels Hemp do;
xtxi do k do Cotton do;
1,t0 dos, BockrU an ' Tubs;
4 B llauU', asr,r,erl;
T loirs !tar Can lie-;
ft. dosea Mket t assets;
1in nej's Clo. do;
1 .d. sen Pkiw Lines;
toO do Ited Corita;
For sale low. S. M. BARRETT,
Wholesvle Wood and WUiew War Store,
frbtt Corner s unt and Front U ., iscissari.
To .tore Dealers.
PAYNE, L1GE 6t CO.,
11 9, -39 Liberty street,
sT AVCFACTTRFM of Cooking. Parlor and Hearing
AL Stoves, Cooking gauges, Urate Fronts, Feodera, Hot
A general aasnrtment of Staves tor Weed ar Ceal, tuiiable
lor the bV at hern T. ade. w-antl y oa baa J.
gay- OrMs'S reepecifully solicitrd. febfi-dawty
Bl O T ICE.
TBS Ira ef twta Brethert, as beretefere existing, was
etswslved ea the 81st beresiber last, la ennseqosnre ef
Ihe it atb of Walla D. twin. Tbe b .Beet wtU be sctU4 by
ths sarviviac partarr
John H. Eeln aad Wl'llasa H. Cwia wil eoatlsue the
Wbeleeale Drag Bos sn ib all Us vart hr.ach'e,ttoder tbe
saa ftmtyle bervkiasre, and repectnfy svdtctl a sbie
ef puWK patrenage. AH l Kair'a,
Jaall aauwlas a be. T CUWga a
RT wirtae ef a asw filiswif yiew.ee. I wte tHreeaed. by tbe
Ctreail Court ef Da video eeoty, al Its January Yerwv,
lM, aiii a at tbe sweet bowse eWr sa the etty f Kaeb
VUie, ea Ibeei day ef Marrb swat,te site b gbeat bt sdesr wsr
aafc, alt IB ngbl, title Bo4 ie reel ut iit larv Ibe
kewug Iota, y l biae. It ssmI A eeear ie4 ka the ca
ef Ike kvsessw th btseeed la said e4 ia ee Urn. 1 4, p.
fSA,-see sB IB k Xe. 11. mt aa4 fc la ibeftU.
leuvi' if Am ef lwvvs sa cweeiy. fiaausi tweaty-eewa
leet each eei atarke street, sad rwaatac bach awe baadresl
aad Ulty-eevca srel mt iseeaevt. tke atwve prvpartf
Is eaeaaM us e ally ef tiashvuse, DaT. awaaty, Teaat
aveved ea aa Ihe aterty of ) as bsewart.
) J. K.I-MON&ooW, Peymsy gbertg.
"D. U COPP,
... SATA-XAK, OA-
APT A SCrf wra ke asade w caae gnwieawi af ew,
Ftowr. Wheat, Cera aad fnesete rrr't, to Iks
ab-see asnie4 bsuas, by
HeaavB. Feb It 1st
FOUR HUNDRED NEGROES
. , , ... ANI . . .. ,, ;
Ten Thousand Acres" of Cane-Brake
IN DALLAS AND FEE T COUNTIES, ALABAMA.
OX TBI FIRST MONDAT It APRIL SSTT. ('he Tth,) I
wilt sell, at Cahawba, in Dallas county, Alabama, to the
hu hest bidder, for cash, or Mobile "acceptances,'' at sixty or
ninety days, bearinr interw-t.
OSK HUNDRED AND FIrTT LIKELY NEGROES.
Also, Firrr Oruxas, on Woger time-ait acclimated and
experienced c tio plantatio hands.
I will als-i sell, at any time during this tear, at private sale,
for cash, or oa time.
Two Hundred Other Valuable Negroee,
(In tots to suit parchsaers.) and 10 000 Acre of the very
b?st and mHt aivanUg ouity s tuaied "cane bra" and
"black-land." iiclcd ng ih nine ptanUtions knoww as ths
"Trigr PiMsi-at 5 "Mud Hail," "Sixte n'h," "-King Plan
tatiou,, "sdevina Place," ' Lndlow," "idei " " Holmes
Place," ard the "Cross Roads." all of whio , for Cotton and
Corn, are inferior to no plantations ia ib world.
Also, an elegantly Improved and
B-At TIFl li IIESIDCXCE,
Adjoining 8umrareld, eigh miles from the city of FHma,
with ab ot Four Hundred Acres attached toil. The Dwelling
Hoo, offices. Mit-hous es, g ouuds, garden, sc., are all in
first-rite rondit on.
Thes- plantations are seventy or e:ehty mis bekiw the
city of Mont -omerv, about one hundred nd fifty miles above
M- b le, and west of and near to the Alabama river, which ia
at all seasons ni:g bl- f r stea -iboats. Near seven thows
and acres, im lud nc loorof the plantations, are n thel'elma
and Woody-He Railroad, sn I on this bodv of land, b ut 14
miles frorae mn, i loc iied thedeiot t the Junction of tbe
Marion Railroad With the telma Koad, lo and t orn which
depit 'he ears run regularly.
Of the oth:r plant:it)ons-ne is on the Selmt Railroad,
two are two miles, and two six miles distant, one of which is
within six miles of the city of .-elma. These plantations are
In the highest state of eullivation, with fooa gins, g o hous
es, cotton-presses, mills, negro cabins, shops, stables, arte
sian wells, Ac, Ac , e.
I will sell them in tracts to suit purchasers, of 500, l.OT-O,
1,5tO, 8,000 r 8,0ii0 acres, and so laid off as to give as much
opened snd woodland to each tract as may be desired, and
with or without the negroes, stcck, plantation tools, corn,
Possession of the above plant t'ons and negroes will be
given to the purchasers at any tim whilst the crop is grow
ing, or in December cr Jau iary next, as they may wish.
If not sold privately previous to the first Monday in De
cember next, I will, on that dav, at f elma,e I to the highest
bidder, such negroes ss may then be un-oid.
Such opportunities and advantages were never bef-re pre
sented for those wishing to continue, or to engage in the cul
tivation of c tton. It has been di i cult for years past, to
find a plantation in the "CM-Brakn region for sale at any
price, or even to purchase there a large vniniprvved tract.
Time nlantations are in fertility, facilities for transporta-
tion, and in all other respect-, fully equal, if not suspenor,
to any in the cotton growing States, and I know that perso
nal investigation will prove to the satisfaction of every on
that no porti n of the Union is more healthy than the ' Cane
brake" region 'f Alabama.
I in i nrirateli. fnr cash, or on time, one of the
most beautifully improved private residences in the city of
Felma, and several valuable ana e'egantiy nnisneu larxe
bl 'JCks of Brh-k Buildings, including 'he largest and most de
sirably located stoee rooms, cflices, banking houes, Ac, t
Also, several very desirable unimproved large lots, aud
small tracts of land in and contiguous f gelma.
A so. ahout
THIETY HEAD OF BLOOD HORSES,
Among whii-h is the celebrated "Brown Dick," several supe
rior brood mares, several young stalltons, geldings, colts and
fi;lies all of them from tl e very best raciug stock.
Among the negroes Is a first rate Trainer, several good
race-riders, and uiany excellent mechanics, cooks, seam
stresses and house servants.
For f jrther p irtirulan, a 'dress the unders'gned, or, W.
M. Byrd, Ksq., atfcelraa; or, W. M Baut.xa, r sq., at Marion,
Perrv nuntv, Ala' aim The Overseers uow on the planta
tions will ive all des.rab e Information to tho- who may
ih to make a personal invet:gatr n oi tne premises.
1KN. iDWARD tiREV.
rrLsiA, Ala., Feb. C. 1X6. feblo td
J. T. SWAYNE,
COLLECTIONf made in West Tennessee, 'orth Misais
tppi, aud Arkansas.
The Judges of the Supreme Court of Tennessee;
The Bankers, Merchants and o hi-rs. of Memphis.
W. T. Bkkmt A Co., Nashville: . A. llwiav, (11 . Clarksville
II A B Dot'ULAiw, " K C. CiKix, ki., Franalm
J. F. Hxjibl, -j., " I ol. A M. Ixjoisv, coiumoia;
Oen. U. U.ALLI, Lawrence- abcu. cloiul, oavauuau.
E L. JOHNSON.
C0NLEY & JOHNSON,
fcCCCKXiORS TO M'CLCKB A MOOkK.
Ho. 10 Broad street, and No 94 S6uth Market street,
AMI VILLI'., Tenn.
MANCFCTL"RERS of Tin.Ccpper and Fheel Iron Wares
intend keeping constantly on hand all kinds of Cook
ing and lienting etoves, Orna'i.en al, aud Piain Mantle
(jra'es, Ac , Ac
Also All kinds rr Co per and Sheet Iron Work lone for
Fteamb ias, Rolling M. s, Kurn ices. Foundries, Factories,
Ac, done at the ihorust notice, aud i cheap as can be done
pthecly. janH ly
Thb undersigned having tsken fh
the stable on Market Street, Nash- 'Tik
ville, Tenn., two doors below the J . 1 1
Inn. and oDixwite the Mansion Uoase, form
erly occupied by the Hanmerr, respectfully ana unces that
be will keep on hand good horses and vehicles, to be let to
the hirmg pu'd.c on reasonable terms.
He is prepared to tike care of, In the best manner, all
Horses left with him, either as boarding horses or travelers
His Stable is siiuated convenient to business, and he will
keep none but exierience t octlers and the best prove sder
he market ran afford. Terms moderate.
jan io-dtwawly R. 8. PATTF.R'OS.
jambs w.Kins. A. c MruK.rr.
WOODS & MEREITT,
AT TOR XE Y S A T L A TIr,
iv ami villi:, te.kjt.
Office Ko. 69 Cberry itreet
CELESSATEI) COMBINED REAPER AlfD MOW
ER, WITH WOODS' IMPROVEMENT.
First Grand Silver Medal
For the be.t Ilea per aud Mower at the Paria World's Fair
Hxhirition, ld, awarded to Jchn H. Manny,
ami llie Machine
Purchased hj Prince Nnpoleoii!,
T H tv on hand and for sal, the above Ma'-nines. They
1 eecived fie Premiums al the ftate Fairs In New Yoik,
New Jeriey, Vermont, New llant'hire, Connecticut. Ken
tucky, and al Gallatin and Nahvil:e In this ttate. and have
given universal satisfaction throughout Mid lie Tenn., where
some nnv ol tntm nave ueen uea in ine ia iwii jei..
Price 1!S0 delivered in Nashville.
Jan8l-tf febi B F. CHF.ATH AM.
MECHANIC'S JBTJILDISQ ft LOAN ASSOCIATION,
W. F. RtNO Pre ilert.
W. MKKKDl'H Vice President.
PI11NEA9 OARRETT, V Directors.
WM. U N ANfK,
JOHN 8 DASH ULL,
ROftr. Ll'PK Treauer.
W. B. A. RAMf Y tfcerelary.
MICH A HI. VAHJMN Policiior.
Jiir. B. KNOWLE8, 1
WM. P DOSVNH, J- Auditors.
oka. n. titioDWiH.
The Books will remain open at the office of Mr. Kobbbt
!r, until Ihe x6th March next, lor subscription of stock,
and the paj meut ot Instaimen s. "-"
Southern Military Academy
fi O T T E K Y .
By Authority of the Stato of Alabama.
cnxiwiTio oa tbi baths ruta.
( I.AKH A HEW SKIIILS.
TO bed awn Mareb 13 h, ISM, in the city of Montgt
ery, when Prises aasoualirg to
$ 3 0,0 0 0
Wil be distributed according to tbe f flowirg beautiful
schrme. adopted at the exprras desire ef many patrena,
who prefer a lew chances at rge pria , to auuty ckaoces
at tigniDuaat sums.
CAPITAL PEIZE EIOHT THOUSAND DOLLAES.
C L. A t t A .
1 Prise of ....6.i ti is
do 4 iNt is
1 Prises of. s t"i are
t do 1,'SS) are
b do ft are
IU do W are
85 do IisJam
(HI do bOare
II dj iSare
4 Appr aimatioa Pru s of.... m oo are....
4 ue do .... 9 are. ...
g rie do .... li 6' are.....
g do dj .... 10 00 are....
Tut Prises, tm wanting lo 0u
TickeU tJ OO-Ha;: tl SOHiuirteri LJ.
Ffs Parties wi-hingtoerder TleAets in the aiwve frheaie
will pleads a-Id rn ramuel sain, wox 8-, Na hville, Tenan
when tickets arid fce immediati'ly fore aisled to tber addreea.
Certificates of Drawing seat, postage free, te purcbasera ef
Tickets, imsard'alely alter drawing taksa place.
f.blfr otresw W-N. ansger.
Look at This ! Look at This!!
Havana Plan I.oUerv.
1,200 P1IIZL! 60,000 DOLLAHI!
JASFEE COU-TT ACADT LOTTEET.
BY AL'THORITY OFTUf BTATEOFflEOtGIA.
1 0,000 LWBIES ONLY ! 1 Fall TO TICK ITS !
To be Erwa March 13th.. 1S5Q.
VT Concert Ball, Ma'obs Ga.. ander tb swotn rwper
lueoUenee el ce. U. Lefau and J as,
A. .Mabrt. I.aej.
Tke kiuis a-vmc ansoeaced hie deter loaiiee la
snike lb is tbe a at pepr Lottery ka the world, tkm foe
March lteb, a erMease thai Bar sasrpaj eee any ariee ever
edered la the aanaJe ef Lottrrtea. Lefe to yor tnterrelt
Cxaa ise the Capital- (Vum Prise te eight 1 rk!J
Capital $1 5,000!
t Prise of !3
1 we. .C
t ar .,
bow Appssiai a prises ef frs are.
ivO - - It are.
1,203 Pruei Anotij ta GO.CCO!
Tlilati $13 : EaJtuSS; GaaTUri 1153.
riltd PATA8LK VIFB0CT DIDOCTIOIT.
Psswaa aeadlag o'ey by at al aee4 sc4 8, r ! ttag
las t. Vriutt puduai:y at B 1 1 l- Cuwisaai:ai
swell tewiiai. lUa St ire ef suaad bar-ks taasa at par.
T llris'so Seal M ail erder te g tslxs.
Its snskiag part bsb s)ki4 order tea
Ca-lJ. AsUrase J Astta F. WlStkit, Uaasger,
M!-t4 - ' e, e let, Jfvaut P. O.
Uliolesile k Retail Confectioners,
KF.HP oonstantly on hand a larw ftssonmentwf rSK
Candies. Cakes. Nuts. Prwrves, Pick'es, Cat- f ;i 2
( -j..4tn Rmh.I. SVnl WlA IVllffa Pllll A II- '
pies. Urances. Arn lea. iserars au1 every ain
the kind usually kept in Onftclitcaries. J nl
So. 48 Dey gt , New York.
SMITH'S "LF-AT JUSTING STOCKS, TIES and
CA VATS. The oniv premium awarded by the Amer
ican Institute at their lat Fair at the Crystal Palace tor
8KLF-ADJUSTING 8TX1K3 was to P. F. SMITH, Manu!a-
turer, to. 48 Dey st. New Tors.
Merchants will find it greatly to their advantage to ta'l
and examine Smith's ex ensive assx-rtirent of these very
fashionable artic e- furt'-.e neck Gret li d 'cements will be
offered to Jobbers f ont Western and Sonlhern cities.
Ke'rrenre can be h d 'o nearly all of the first-class Job
bing Houses of New Tork Cry. jan7
WHOLF'AI.R AND RETAIL
GroceTs and Commission Mercliants.
JTo. 34 Broadway, Next toCur'sSioeSt.re,
Intend keeping ronstsctly on hand all
fjitj' kinds nf Grocer e of the very bestqiiHl-
ries, lor me cry anil ecunny traue.
wliu h we w.U sell at the low.st mule prices. al
We espidaPy nvit- the ait ntion of ihee ;n vis of any
anyth ng in o r line before purchasing elsewhere.
All kiiHii of Count. y I'rwl ice taken in e xclungef nr Goo
ED. BURKE PICKETT,
REAL i: T A I . v t H M EHLIAI.i
I H AMll A I.. A. I
Corner of Broad and Front s , over C. Anderson's,
TTII-L take charze of any businesa ent'nted to him, re-
1 quirrng the s- vices of an Agent, It a eommiwmn en
tirety satisfactory to till pxrties ai.d in all cases, n chirgs
Will be ma 'e unless a"0ictn n Is iciven.
The pro mnnce of Contracts. Purchase, Pa'e, snd Rent
ing "f Heal Katate 1 1 tbe city aud elsrwi ere ; the P'-rche
and 8ale upon Commisuon, of Bon-'s, Mocks snd Fub'i
Debts and Notes nf every description ; Merrhandiie, Groce
ries all kin's (f Msch nerv ai d grii ultural reds and
Imolements, the settlement of accrunia and laims and col
lections general y, attended to faitbfuliy and prt m;t returns
PIP" Information sought and given In every department
of business. Hoping f r success ontv b' a strict attention
to my engagements, a-'d lookins rather to the quantity ot bu
siness done t' an to tvJiorbiUivt cfutryt I rtspectfuily so
licit a share of public patronaire.
U KF E K K N CIS:
Gov. W. B. Campbell, C. W. Jarksvn, S T. Motley, Pank
of Middle Tern., atLtbanon; Gov N. 8. Brown, Pali A
Cunningham, Church Anlerson, McClure, Buck A Co., Burge
A Allen, Anderson. Allison A Co , John 8. Brien Esq , A. J.
Duncan, MacKensieA Wilson, Nahvil'e; Joseph W. Allen,
t-q , New Orleans ; John W. Butler, Pit'burgh ; J.D. Leh
mer, Cincinnati; Fdmund Cooper, Caldwell A Cumminr-,
ghelbyvi'le ; Maj. R. Q. Hlis, W. J. ("'pence, Hurt eesborii";
W. C. W hitthorne, Fq , Col. A. M. 1 ouuey, Columbia; Col.
J. C. Guild, Col. J. W. Head, K. Hallum, ksq , Z. Baker, F.sq.,
Gallatin ; R. A W. L. Alexander, Maj. D Burford, Col. J. 11
Taugh, Dixon Springs ; Dr. A. II. Kind, J. B. Moores, lq.,
and citisens generally, Carthstfe.
rPHE PKEYITJM FARM 0? SMITH COUNTY
JL FOE SALS ! The most desirable pioperty in MMilie
Tenneee, containing I(S seres, all under new fencing, new
outbuildings, plank f. ncirg and houfe newly rrAtted and
a nted, X mile from Dixon's rpnngs, anu 5 m m law age.
n the llallatiu and tarthige lurnp'ke; u negroes or an
esirnble ages, now ou the place, with stock Vn.l r lin. For
articulars, csllat PtCKKl'Ts.
Sl'BSCIIIITIO S to any New paper in the I'Dlted
States received at PICKrTl'S.
J OH IVOItK.-Tsi)
tomed to all woik, awi
al le bilied Ner'o Hoys, acci.s-
wsys on band for Jul s at
OVSTElt 11 boxes juat receiveil and for sale by
1. I. D1CKKY,
oct2T No. 6 College street.
ITA Vri'D l,O00 In Naskvi-le :n.l Ch.itttino ga
VV Raili d Mock, at PICKTT8 AoENCY.
BAV1 AULAItl) Wanted bv I . D. PICKFY.
Iunl9 No. S Cl!e e rt., Naslivile
$100 REWARD ! !
RANAWAY frnni the Pub criber on Fii.liiy tlie2S;h Dec ,
a black Negro Mau named If A K , alio calls him
self 1 ILK KV.
8:iid negro ia rather spare rrade, about five feet nine or ten
Inches high, weighs about 1M potn ls. with ne vf his rye
teeth out, easy and gentle in his manners, and wore a goatee
or dice when he left. He is a carpenter by trad-, and was
hired to Coleman A Pi'iin, t ar.ieoters of Nashville. His
clothing was all good, but cannot be iiescribed. He Is quite
intelligent, and it is very probable he will try anil fret to van
ala. I will give the sb ve reward if dcliveied to me in Nash
ville, or for his confinement in jail at any point so that I can
raid nesro bclnnts tn Jn. w. Allen rr new Ui leans, on
ss li ft In my care by him this fall.
Nashville, Janll tl BE(). C. ALLK.N.
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD,
DEALr.K IK agse
i h. i aA l
20 l'l KL1C M)I'AI1E
TO enable me to sell goods at low price', from this a'e
all accounts for sundries purchased on credit, shall b
eonside red due when the srticlej are delivered, and pay ens
ill be expected when tbe accounts are presented.
TO CON SECTION EllS.
'I's HE undersigned having pnn-haaed s Ut W Set Of Platea
A is prepared to print, and supply the trade with any
OF AN ENTIRELY NEW ETTI.F,
And which will be sold as cheap for cash as the eld style can
be purchased at the Fast. ,
Orders promptly filled; and sample sheets, with prices, set I
upon app.ica uou by mail, to 8. It. BAIi.Y,
nuoiesaie inn ctioner,
MH-lrn M. Louie -1-
TIIE IIOWAIII ASMK'IATIO.Y, I bila..
REPORT ON SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal Weakness,
Impotence, the Vn-e of Onanism, Masim bation, or M'
Abuse, snd other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, with au ac
count of the errors ami deceptions nf Quacks and valuable
Advice to the Afllicted, by t.au. K. CiLHocss, M D., Consult
ing Surgeon nf the Howard Aocia(ka, Piiia ielphia, Pa., a
benevoltat lostitutltn, eibu!ied by Hecl endowment,
for ths re.ief of Hie sick and d. strewed, afflicted with "Viru
lent and Kpideme Diseases " A copy of the above Report
will be sent by mall (in a sealed envelope) ee I Aura,
on the receipt o Teu Mamfs fdr postage. AJ rt-. Dr. titO.
R. Cl HOL'S, .o. S South Niava St., Philadelphia, Ps.
C II O L I ". 1 1 A V I C E V E .X T 1 i : .
rt inE Public are re-pectfully lnforme.1 I lint LYONS k CO
1 still evntinue selling their celebrated t holrrct sin4
aiarrbra PreirtiiUvr (from the eflVcu of whsrb
so many last year reaptd great comfort and relief,) by the
Galhia, Hottle or Glass. As p-eventives are always better
than cures, we strongly recommend all to ue it. The Poor
supplied without cbarre, if accompanied with a practising
Ductor's certificate. Private Families particularly, should
have a bottle ot this ar w e in Ibe beus , in case of emer-
LVONS A CO.,
Gr XT T" 3
FIELD, LANGSTROTH & CO.,
166 Karket Street, PHILADELPHIA,
INViri the atuntioa of Merchants lo the extensive -id
oooipleteiy aborted .lock of 6 nle and Double Gun.,
handsome stylrs and warranted qu'lity, which tli-y are bow
receiving direct from the English, ile'giau aud French maker-.
Also in store, a large assortnxnt of flifles and Pitls of
new and desirable pattern All of wh eh will be offered at
the eery lowest pries, and fully warranted. frbS texra
E ,M I E "ROD fi il S " TT L E R V.
W' K solicit from buyers aa eaatniuaiion of ur very large
stork of Itnporkd and Atnctxaa Cutlery, which Bow
THAN Wt HAVK IVSR BJ.F0KE 0FFERKD.
And includes a full aaaortes ent of patfms from Jos. fcedgers
k bubs. ULD, LANUHTROTH k CO,
Its poi lers ef 11 anlware.
Four and a Ita'.f Kiltt from t rity of Xaa-Tile.
'PH 13 School as st'uaU-d on a farm oa Ihe Middle Franklin
1 Turnpike. TKKM Ine'uding board. Fuel, Lights and
Washing, tMO per seia ol U mumtA. One half payable
be irsl f eptlrr, tbe other the 1st ef feeruary.
ai..l NATUX CK
KiMivata, Febreary Kd, ls"4. I
IS tiyord.nee with a recent act passed by tbe Mayor and
Al.ra.vn cf 'he eitv rf Nasbv lle, the teveaas Oollretue
M author tsed to receive A'lvaaoed PavmrB s oa C rporaboa
Taxes Aw tbe year 18 . One per cent per month w.U re el
lowed te Ux-paver., provided paya eat is ssade in Ibe pres
ent month of PrSiuary.
jw Corpora. ion taxes are d ie and payable ea the Irst
day of July next, a I UiUrest will be e;arg I thereafter.
febVIm a . r aL.., vsucr.
T'ITt Kew Tork Mills hive receut'v eesved the Irl st
1 tbe eld stand ef the Port Royal Malls Depot Ke. t 8'b
College eirest, where th y will keep eeosUut y ua ba4 a
targe supply of flee Flour put up exi-reslj tor Fa ;ly aae,
Abo, agued lot ef Cub-ted - r, backs he I Fleer, Meed
Bran. Aa Ae ...
These Mil s have g bm kn .wa In tbw eiw.Bnl'y ae
NrBishi ng tbe best Flrr ihat is broaht to this eaarket and
snly requires alriUto sar-fy all elvs want goed Ftowr,
Ihat It Is lor tbnr lukret lo bar ef as. Tbe at uU ef ha-
"rtr "' CriCJK k Cn
IXOlal.(i d LASS US e-C, A.C.
Vf. At It. IKEEHA, . .
TFLFR II PIASa. MFIXiDEO5, sK-n
enn'v rsii jitit. .jiu ,w
Cs.iet Mkev Maleriats, tKi
sad a-gravags, FreBcH Wtod
M A .M r A C T C It E It .
Gilt a-A-tla Ad Pier Looiic? G!ie,
Pes tiai I and P"ire gramra. Ime Wtmltsr mnds.te,, Ac.
N II Cotxasa f'T.sjrr. K Sfwou , T. aa.
taONc; Ti u ii:siX7cxT
TThsltsale & l.ttall foafeclionfm,
!. 4 1 fMU.H IT II 11 IIT,
HATt ea heal a very rhiee aov-stmi ef CaMts ef
al fclis, take. Seta, Preer, Psss, CaUweaS
ftard'Sj.a, ltra wlv n.ita. Ps Fret, P e Apr-Jre, Ursketa,
aetAre. aad every t nf sf the k.ad aswaAy k;4 ia CoeOee
Ths-y alee eVed la TTtSM aat LiSJrt, Aut, Cas sa4
T." ef Ua very beat kr
Tt r &ak-f la esse sf tb bee la the Wee;. re eewntryt
and tvy are prepared 'O farsrsh B-eth Lm grd a4
Ctaca e ef the e A oa'iiy at the k.s Brra.
TAXril-, HALLS, Aa.,
Fwrnid 4 by Ibeei aa tbe hriret s U . woh C.ka, ftte-
e k i-s, s ., 4 , is tl k (tia sty ef Ike at.
Ul lfsfkarva, wae has eWfe ef U 'iar- r Te
p tskeat, has rort.d seves b'v9S s SQ h.9 fesa, see
V.e best artvcee la a., nts, tiU M al Ft tie Pairs, aaJ s
t f ils aist tx4 Cmsoi a tu Muatr. l
KAILS! HAILS! !
IE have In tnre A rr StlOsNpritOFR- JTI
V AT Nlt..H. We will erntinii to reoeis-" thewt
ftng the season, ad f irni-h th ra to ihe ritv trd-;, at
PITT.-Bruii PltlCI'J', (fr-iphl sxt'll)
w ll. (iORim:. to.
NASHVILLE BELL AND BE ASS rCUND-T,
o. 17 South l'ron Street,
1 ASIIVII.LEv T.
AB COOK, practical BELL and BRA?. fOUSDIR,
swecessur to Welier A Cooa, is prepared to ataaufao
tare to order, Beiis fs r Churches, Pteaaiboat and Planta
tions. Also, Steam Whistles, O 1 Globe. Cjl nder, Gaagw,
Fountain axd M p Corks, 11 ore and cai t well Joints, trwai
Mou: t'tig, AuU FrK'tion M-t.U.
All work made by me with neatness and despatch, of tb
best material, at low prve-, and warraiiteJ. Janla ly
TO CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IS
G unpo w d. o . .
IIUVB now in Marxiine, and In constant le-eipt fireaa
Mann'acturees, plies of the be-t brands ut KiCe and
Blasting Poeiler. I au prrtared to furnish contr acturs wita)
any amount of blasimx Pcwuer and Safety Fuse,
or lers promptly ndr.1. T. A. McCALL,
DiTi. e t Whiteman'a Pacer More, Norlh-Eaal Coraee ef
KAM)ALI 5. JONES'
HAND CORN PLANTER.
UT ITH this aiachiur, which is as
light and easv to hauule as a
rifle, one man will I RO ASH C0V
11B ten acres a day in straight rows,
b th ways, and do it well. The ex-
Beriercs of many of the best crn-
srowers in Mi. url la?t eaJoi, h
estab lhi d its character ss a usst
clam ari-u'tural implement, lean Af. fcU'a?!!;
warr nt it to irivs entire s uisfaction, ., 1 f J J v -
and to be drc.dedly superior to any - j ia. Lr
other Planter, or I will take it back 3kVJlr
and rrtuii'l tie mocev.
Price of the To how llaut r,( ha bestj 10; Ona low
Planter, t detlred,
Knl! particulars ami testimoniils, are given In e"y circular,
which 1 sill s. lid by mail lo any o iilin eiehes it.
A.Mresa B- LK-ttll,
feh City UoleL Nashville.
D A IT E It It E A A It T I S T
N0.i rNH'N STREET, NAS1IVILLK.
AMBROTYPES, Photographs, plain or oolored.in oft, and
warranted as duraos as sny otl.er stvle cf painting.
Dsguerieotynes, hterreom-cpic. Crayon or Viwnelie; and ev
ery other stvle of p'cture, taken at this establishment la tbe)
h'gl:el perfection of the Art, and warranted lo please ef ae)
Although these beautiful Pictures were but recently mfra
duced by the sub eribers in tliis cily, they have become SO)
popular that we have, at a great expense secured lbs sersV
cea of an eirlnent Arti-t f-um New York, lo altrDd lo tbia
branch of Ihe I ashless exciu'ive y.
BUIK0 ALOSO THE JTJTE5ILES.
Children can by this process, have their Likenesses take
quicker lima anv other way only two or three seeoada
being required lor sittlu and warranted to give setlstee
tmn or no rharge will be -ade. Br.ng theia aJunf at
bare them taken eetore ryiug elsewhere.
HCOHfJ BRO9. '
HEIST SOLE I.EATIIElt Tltt.IKI,
AT reduced prices, to make room lur Fpricg Pwjihaaaa.
Also, a few Valises HI, for sale at same rate,
lan'2 J. H. McfirtU
S. !TI. II AHHETT,
Agent of Locklaad and Daytoa Mills',
Kfinn IKAMS Wrapping Paper;
UJJJ 40i p-l. Kootting
l " baling do;
x'.Vl bundles Tea do;
hi W reams t hoe do;
6,is pls. Mammoth do; fur Herchaala;
lo0 Reams llaee do;
Assorted qualities and sixes. . M, BARRETT,
Corner of Walnut and Irani st..
fc.b 9 CuMtaan,0.
Fia ed Sris.tia,
Hip era rterews,
8c Uie Blades,
1 race Clia.ua,
Tea Keitise edd Lids,
Cas inr, Ae., Ac.
J. W. UORTOM k CO,
I M arkel street.
MILL JAW, FPRINO f TUX IP &-WS,
Cro-Cui Saws, Flbse and &ass,
gprog B-eel Handsaws, thi s.
J. W. HORTON k CO
IrbH Tl Market street.
To tlio Pxx1olic-
W't coninic need opening "prim Goods this day, and will
continue so re e.e them every trai a, all the aoveiuee
of tbe season. We Kl t respect'- y lnvl:e the Ladlee
call and are them whether they si k to pureb see or bos. Ia
tke k! opening te day is a e- rapieie sssortment of Auxaa-ist-s
Kid l,le. tebsl -C McXAlrtTACu.
Marshall's Uterine Catholicon.
0PIM053 OF Till FACCLTT.
ONRef the sewrvst cases of ater'.ne diaeBM thai I bare
saet a 1th ib tl trty years active sxpertrnee as a pracU
tlonar of med It Ine, was ibe means sf arst rai.itig axy alle a
tk te ths virtues uf M ar-.li I's l' Untie t'aihouroB. Tbe aa
leal was a as a' ritd wu an and the su iher cf two ihUdrea.
Fbe bad bea rrca Bally I'oubled with a ilia, harge sillar
le Ihe wht ee, snd bad hd anae tronbie with ber noaihlw
Beriuds, but e.r.i k.reJ herself m good heal. a. Che wes ea
Uk a mkiu uig piu under bar n.lil she aider blade,
whkh af erw d extended sit along the spui e. fhe was tbea
reel-led i h head x he and great Bervuas d-bui'y. Cead .
shaJdertiig p s. and Sssbea uf beat a. aid shoot wewr the
w letw ly. I Us gan cdi ft. al y the wotub flually enr4
to e cob. plet" pr-iiapeus, is that she er d aot s.1 dvWB wua
ntiiia. There ess wear ess snd aching ta the back, aa
aa anontr D .hie desire to lie os the softs ail dsy. fbe bad
Bsaaea, with h t aad d- y skin, and altogether was la a erpleal
cowUuun. l ead r eompe s see le a.y that ataiiy ef these
syaspu-a sppsared af er I BnTt k tbe case, aad the best
sk U I com Id c..--t nl filled lo avert tbea. 1 1 It as If Use iw
speib k:y was almost lou heavy, snd a tiw l'-ti' wt .aa
eminent asesttc- pes fes or tu New Tork City ted to the aeeef
Msrab ill's Cierlue CaU.o! riio. T!- change ef S5 pee W
i!ier ene, aad Bieo agin to a psfcet slate of beaUh, was
gradjal , s-ut the wbo-e prxe was aa bee at as tbe gvaaW
aal devt k pemeel of a punt frmw the seed so tbe rpe B 4.
A eons'arl was of It f r sis swuii sis atun-t d by ee p
eaeeess . aad I hone's several years have elapsed. asl tba
Biirlt- sreiptea .1 dl ke tl has keea eprwns skaea)
tbea I have eve I it crac.i;. aud iu ne are Ua aaaceeg
ssasule l-M-e wkea I sy ta.t it s e-a nt!y wernhy ef pe -aceooajcaoB.
J. W. Tt uCa, . -, lai .
rifcrw'it'"7'r,,,"F; . . ,
(as- la-- I Wssk ap. it as aa acl ef gra:!Saea aa
ell as at daty le or a y 4 ass cij- r-. t-e. ei;a re 4
es Macai-li's L-i e tat b tea. I bv b.ea a prac esf
pkjMciao lf es is ls 9rr leers, nj base esysfc oa4
Jl a meet 1 1 ble ie on tle aiacas 4aoi as aser a.
My bra'brea m I' e a Jr .r t m ua base t!ays oke4
BpuB ti- eB .lata as loca ib e, aal ik-y ba-e aaBca
au4 ci. -l "t bs 4 eur a urn edy. ll.v eg beard
ef yussr p epj - 'ar ks'i's de iu Ca k.diouh aa4
kaeeixf bal bad been ttvS od ky i's a-e, I lbs.a,'tl
sbs 4 y ! give it a so urth vv...n)a. The tut
Ve ag is M retell of f ur te us trf d tr ai. I h.si aiwart
f 4 il tres I in r el .dsnKd by ay ef Ibe tot
teeu g BVs-po . Uie k L pse urt ard b.nrg aew
la Ibe a:sr ae sxjr ; s if es.g'.t oa t b- der, a-
CMBid by eigsal afad frent iere to paee eater; great
kenxu tl 1 n.l s-eai Us li ne if the sa a k'y
with trregwiar duseargc, ll be ef sens I mea bualaal. aad
I ether Hatee s..a; I y ad 4i Hsti. v -he aad !
IB Ike bk, sara. be. irr-.tab.Uf lewee, eb:-
Be, , vaciil.r f , rrmf Ut ty ef . he hewets, keJavf
la the sa. -r; sliii lb f as aaJ aail the beea,
ea g aed brg u us varn.ua parte ef ue o1'0
speal gvawal krwi.f smaBsa. k.re are ssaey aee
sysepus s eeasseee4 wi'k be ee-pt-eca . and I have ee
B-e4 sa wieeiiWd m I's -ea eeridt.aiea awt
eeb.es iuas ef your ee reus. I efctil -y. was we
e-p-t.eattd v lb - -irif V tne J-i y ;.asvsa,aa
w.U as iw ms aaee f v-ar g""e i 't "f to !,
arv. 1 s L lenoe I'atkUw - i-tV- "ar ur
tixi. h. airTbaik, . 9.
' IW lb' mss-SfsiW et be sreon
f-tuevy nut kiCSlMlf.
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i my ' k i av TTT -k i 1
ei. k C. sVia;tY -