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7. . GCSXy, LncaL and Commercial Editor.
Wednesday Kerning, January 14, 1857.
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TO ADVtU I IS I. MS.
Ths circulation of the Tally and Tri-Wee'ily
&i lions of the Patriot, combined, txcecdi largely
that of acy other newspaper printed in Ksshville.
It is thcbe editions that ere generally used for
advertisiajj The Patiict therefore, is the best
advertising medium in the city. Other new s
papars may hive a larger weekly circulation, hut
luivoriaemcau do tot get into the weekliis un
let iiader a ipetial contract
us DiTKxpoKr'a New Tlat cf "Mosa Lisa"
Tut Tlot. It will be seen thst Miss Davenport
h it announced for representation tLii evening at
the N'as-hville l:cr cew und brilliant Domestic Tiny
ot Mona Lisa; or, Da Visa's 1! ai-ti iu'ilch. Iu
j.ro iuetbn i:! Pi.iladcfjjl.la, Boston, Providence and
St. Lvuii in which cities, only, it l.us been per
firmed created quito an exoitetnent, and it ran
fir several tii.'hu iu each of t'.ie three liret named
cities, with great sucee.-s. In the last named, as in
thia city, it could not be repeated, for want oi
The story of "Mona Li.-a," whi'-h we briefly traco
fjr tiie benefit of ttioie who iilend to be .resei,t,
i a folio: Iu the year 1 hSS, I lie idle people ol
Florence had their cuiio.-ity raided t-i "conctrt
pitch" by the fr quei.t appearance iu the opeia box
an 1 cartiae of a nobleman, of a very beautiful
woman; but liiph as curiosity ran, nothing further
could be learned about her; and as she bore a (nosi
inking liKenee to Dt incis iiias-ieriMi ce, the
joutir nttache to the r rencu Legation iu Tu-cauy
five her for a toubriquet its name, Mona Lisa.
'lue trui'ii ws, Thertrve Delacroix, an orphan at
an early uye, w ah out friends, without money, and
enable to procure employ .uent, w m piiiin with
liutjyer and despair, when In r evil genius threw
Ler n.to the toils ndioilly epread by t:.e liobl-'iii m
alluded to, w.i3 couci-alcd lit de-ins uuder the
mantle t f charity. The poet, it H true, lella us
that i-uiei.ie alone Can cover her guilt and hl.ie her
cimme "wiieu lovely wo, nan rtoopa to loily." ttut
j iire-e nnhilv conceived that tne true mode of
aioneuiiMit, even of her own crime, is neither in
fie suicide's grave nor in the "sister's" cell, but
rather ia the uncharge of those duties we owe to
our neighbor in a lite of u.cful activity. Among
the psi'taxis at thia time belonging to the Legation
was a )uun man named Maurice de Lornay; he,
lhouli ol hih birth and euliicient lorlune,WjS prone
to miitaulhropy ill Consequence of the bear:ieasue?s
of h iil of rank and beauty, w ho broke her troth
to hi.ii and m-irriei the Marquis de Foiilvuac.
M. tie Lruay wa aim) struck with the exceeding
beauty and coimtant melancholy of the mytteiious
fjir o-ie, aud Ida frequent fiyinpathizing and pitying
regard, at length awakened a (eeling ol love on
Ler part 60 powerful as to inJuce tier to fly her
purple "protectiou," to follow M. de Lornay, who
I. ad beru ordered to a di-iunt court, aud her aim
pie but ear;ie.-t relation of her unhappy hie, deter
mined dii Loiuay to offer his hanJ and foiiuae,
tiiua placing her iu a position to leuieve her pact
Here the play opened, and unblemished as her
life has been Hince her niarriuge, constant as tfhe
Las been in tiie dipchurie of every feminine vir
tue, "the gliosis of d parted hours" cont-iuhtiy
harrow her thoughts they oppress, loo, her hus
band.' For he, euibiltereJ by the miscarriage of
Lis urrt love, (which ttiil possesses, though lie him
Belf is unconscious of it, his heart,) and tiie fullied
fame ol Lis wile, has resigned hid profession and
retir ed to a chateau i i an obscure part of Norman
dy, where we first see them.
The Kceiica in the pl.ty where Maurice de Lornsy
end his wile are represented in their country re
treat, discharging all the duties of their t-uilou of
life, euirouinled oy prattling, arlh ss children, amus
ed tiy the simple pleasures of ruviie dnys, euvtron
t-d by the holy calm and peace of rural hie, wuiie
they alone, of every ot.p-ct near them, are vexjd
by an unrespiting fever the contrast between that
calm u.id this agitation are paiufully iutercbUug
Jr;itou is employed by the French government
to ili.-cover the retreut ol i'e Lornay, in order to
rler him a nii-.-ioo to Lrazil, ahieb it ia thought
tliat noiie other can as tiiiccesplully discharge. At
me little inn in Normandy, near his habitation, it
Lai pens that tiu-re arrives with Baraton, the iiar
quie de Fonunae, now a widow, Heicuie de Form
teniic, her cousin, and a naval ollicer, Lieut. Geo.
Delucioix, brother of Thcreie, for many years sup
f ferrule end Biraton had been attaches of the
legation at Florence, when Mona Li-a disappeared,
but they kuew not lh.it De Lornay was companion
ol her li ght. The whole design of the Utter part
of the play is to prevent a knowledge of fherei'e
De Lorfiay's previous history from becoming known
to t'ie Mirquise aud the world.
De Lornay is unwilling t expose himself and
Lis wile by accepting the tniM-ion, and introducing
Ler to toeiely. the urges Mm to go to Jtraiil
alone. He consents, bui Thereee hearing of the
arrival of Marguerite De Fontehao iu Fiance, and
Lnowicg of her husband's poor attachment to her,
becomes r-o stirred by jealousy that she follows him
to l'aiis, where being seen by Uercule, who is a
foolish follow, he discovers her 'deiility with Mona
Lisa, ami a rand revelation of her character en
pues. The bu.-baud and the brother challenge the
iudiscreet gotip Gcoige being incredulous, but
lh Lornay knowing too well the truth of wh.il is
alleged. A djel en8uc, iu which no one is uior
ttlly injured, and at length the brother, Lorror
truck, beeoi.ies acquainted with every thing. Da
Lornay had t-ecled liiuis 'I agiint-t the Lscinaliot.s
of Marguerite : and if Therei-e had remained ia
Kormudy, no trouble would have ensueJ.
The tiinile whi'-h is ski icily courona. t to poetical
justice and morality, ill be pcihapa belter left for
A crowded at d brilli.tnt au!ience witnessed the
performance of ' Adiionne" last eveuing, proving
conclusively that, dei-pite the severity of ihe weath
er, the retired loc.t.ou and veutilatire qualities of
the Theater, when eucli genius and talent as Miss
Davenport's are presented to our citizens, the re
ap. use will ever be liberal and appreciative. We
regret to learn that this ftpleudid and attractive
drama, also, cannot be repeated.
New Restavkast. Samuel J. Cirter, formerly
of the Nashville Inn, Las openeJ a first class Res
taurant on Union Street, at th stand recently oc
repied by A. C. Carter. A Call at these room will
satisfy the v it-nor that Carter's taste and judgment
in catering for the "inner man" has not abated one
, jot from wLat it was while he officiated as "mine
Host" of tbe Inn. Several of the Patriot attachees
' can speak aJvisedly of his ability to serve up a
, superb snack, comprising all the delicacies of the
season; a sample of the kiuj easily dispensed to
the hungry multitudes who throng Lis table to
'eat, drink and be merry.
vai.i'aiih: l.m run
IOFrKR fur a that poit on of lh Tract of
' l.anrt on which I livr.lyiii- North of the Lrha- l j'.f
iMin Tumiilke miMit tha lirrmiiift. roiitainlur t , "
about Hvn llundrrd Acrrn. Thla tract h aheiit "H
lour liUDdrct acres in cnl:ivation, lrartir about three bua
' errd iTti of wooJj, Tbe whole flatly adapted to stuck
I will ntfto ell ahoot Three Hnndrel at Twenty Aerea
fooih of iht present reidrnee. fto itlnir about halt a mile
. on the Ubniwo Turupite. Tlili tract i aim well watered
and remarkably ti wtd rttK-k rainiif.
Thoe de-tiroui of pari tia-iiiK are r. f rre4 to Mftin.
Llu l'lcy C-'ucartt,of Ntialc. fur the irrra-of vajnitut
ftB'tfor aiuore DruouUr decriUoa ol the ir .n-r jr.
Jaa.A t!Aa8r. A. J. DON Uft!i.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
MAWlirACrriLU AMD pKALkK IB 'ft,
I J II I T AlP)A 1 lira M
HA lb, UAfi) AM; J
. 1 3 PuMlr Saaara
OVll HOLIDAY HAT.
UTt a'e fe tinir x Home twaunrul ) li of the MOM
PKtN MAT fur the hoh 'aya. 1 h who are M-ekine;
omethitiff ta:y lo adora tht-lr eriDl'awa !' r:l
tni raanifue tl,nr teau'llul at let at the H- ri
ho. t Pub lc bquaro. Ue.J2d A. J. 8ANCI.-0O.
LADIES DRESS FURS.
rHOE whiare JJ powrd to make CViatmaa r Kew
L Te;r Pre-enu la their frieudi, iurt baria an J
wivra, moat bear iu mini that the di ai"r pf lte p-'rnl
forauch an oreajiosi ie haudonie ,-tTi Or t R" r
liaveatilon haad levermt ec iful 8 tt-, berh tr L art,
Mia ao4 UatruB to whxlt Ii,t. He ii.rn'Uef
oTra,buhtidaii I frl-R ! at l'. It. land fur i aiporiuia
of ! AJ FKAfctlilJO, H Put:c uaro
7i: Am: roxvrA ti.y iii-'CiTr-
V I ibR ai.maihnu now ia Kt H kTS. fiery atyle' "
ne euauJiy w KHinn at lAa raahicaab: M.t K ;!-"
pjrturoof doriu A. J. RANCKtX).
rnii.iHi:.r ut a oTTi-s
M every variety aod it via, lo which wo Invu tho -atua-
1 liotiMIMUiliM, rACIlCO.
raahiocabie Hatter, ti I'uhlie tnaro.
I HIMI A It It I V A I..
JT?T reelved tOO pair Moi't Heary Broj ot, ettra aiaa,
and a full aaaurimcniof ailoUr ki'iet, aol of b a ill
be told 00 Uie tuiMt reaaudab! tcrou by
IL B. CrTTtR,
Ko. tt arid 8S, Curner, Col tft aud Kixdaay,
deell Kaihrl lr, Iibb
" AVhitc and Opera Kid Clou s.7"
RIXEIVAU thii day, a lar; aatvrtweil of vVhtia Bad
Tarty Colored Kj4 Glovca.
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STEAMBOAT AHD KITEK NEWS.
The river continue, to recede, with only thirty,
three inches on the shoals."
. The arrivals yesterday were tbe Commerct,Netli
Miller and Harttville, from the steamer Humbolt
The departures were the Alid; for Cairo; Xettii
Miller, Comirsrre and JlartrvUle, for Taducah.
For Cairo. Tbe Dr. KultrUon will leave for
Cairo to-day at 12 o'clock.
Tall Ecxmno. The steamer J. G. Cline left
here on Monday at half past 12 o'clock. A des
patch was received in this city, on yesterday morn
ing at V o'clock, dated at EJdyville, from one of
her pacaengera, noting her ariival at that place ear
ly iu the morning. This h running "as is running,'i
considering the low 6tge of the river the distance
being 160 mile.
Tnt Fallik Wist. TLis fine paBcngrr boat
p:ised Ehiyville yesterday morning, and will pro
bably be at the whaif this morning if there is wa
ter sufficient on the shoals to admit of her passage.
She will return irnwedistelv for Cairo.
Publicaliuua by Mibcriplion.
Our fellow-citizen, Mr. Tim. W. Gilman, has the
agency for obtaining subscription: to the following
works, which are published by subscription only,
and are not for sale in the Book Stores:
Thk Isman Races or North and South America.
New York : Tublished by the American Sub
This woi k contains an account of the principal
aboriginal races; a description of their national cus
toms, mythology and religious ceremonies; a his
tory of their most powerful tribes and their most
celebrated chiefs and warriors; their intercourse
and wars w ith the European settlers ; and a great
variety of anecdote and description, illustrative of
per-onal and national character The author is
Cnas. DeWolf Browmll. The work is illustrated
with numerous aud diversified colored illustrations
entirely new, and many of which are from original
designs. It is also accompanied with a chart, which
gives statistical references of interest. The work
coutains C36 pages.
Thr Eastfux or Old World ; embracing Ancient
and Modern History. By Henry Howard Brown
ell, A. M. 2 vols. Toronto, C. W.
This is also a beautifully prepared work, aud illus
trated with colored engravings. The first volume
treats of the Jews, Assyria, Egypt, Oreece, Rome,
Fersia, India, China, the Mahomedans, S-'pain, Ger
many, Hungary and RuM:i, with a valuable statis
tical appendix. The second volume opens with
France, and the late Revolutions; England, with
the history and description of Norway; Sweden
and Norway ; Denmark ; the NetherhuJs ; Switz
erland ; Portugal aud Italy.
Mr. Gilman has ihe agency for these works, and
will receive subscribers, the books to be delivered
iu January and February. lie will call upon our
citizens and exhibit specimen copies.
Clt'OKKl('s MlI.LINEKT E-TABLIoHMRNT. Ye9-
tetday was the Fall opening day of the above
establishment, and prompted y a desire to
see something very nice as well 88 to be in
fashion (as nearly every Itoily, we thought,
was there,) we went jlong with the tide and
looked at the large and line display of millinery
and fancy goods there to be seen. ilr. Crooker
lias brought on a very large and varied stock,
embracing all the articles belonging to the
trade, of every style and qnnlily. The ttock
of bonnets, fl.twers, ribbons, trimmings, head
dresses, tc is far beyond what we expected
to sue. The finer qualities of these variousstyles
of gcxwls are indeed superb, surpassing any
thing we have ever seen. The bonnets, par
ticularly, we look upon as the prettiest things
iu tht line ever introduced to the notice of tho
Mr. C. is prepared to sell millinery goods at
wholesale as well as retail, and country dealers
desiring to purchase wil do well to examine
Ilia stock. tf.
ODD FELLOWS' OiRECTCftY.
STJBOEDINATE LODGES, I. 0. 0. P.
TENNESSEE LODGE, Ko.l, at Odd Fatloo'a
tail every 'J vet-day ci!Lt. tttcni: P. Hujjod, N O.; W.
W. Tk-OhHoKD, V.G.; McU. A. NiLxa, Htc'j.i X. L. Maaaaau..
If ASEVILLE LCEGE. "So. 2, ror eta every Thumday
niijM. Oltioen-: W. A. ttHKnar. N. Q.; J. W. KiTClirr. V.
G.; T. W. Uatiaa Pec'y : K. C. Coctaaix, Treasurer.
TSA.BT7E LODGX, Ko. 10, mee a every Monday night.
Officer: P. t. I tiiLLirs, N. O ; O. W. Iiaiut, V. U.; .
liijtaosT, 8ee'jr.; W. CaacHoi, Treasurer.
85IILE7 LODGE, Ko. DO, meeti at their nail. Pouth
N.-hTille, every Kriuny n'elit. ORireri :"Joh K. llrLL.N.
O.; Faao. Juvti, V. G ; U. C. Au.it, bec'y.; Joaa Tau: i,
EI D GELT ENCAMPMENT. No. 1. meet, an tha Ut
and 8d Wedneanay iiiv-htof eb moMh. Officern: C. Pav
a. C. P.; M. 0. Pon., II. P.; P. Btixiop, 8. W.; W. W.
TacaM'Wn, 1. W,; J. Lvoaa, "erihe ; It. K. Ccrraa, Treas.
OLIVE B2ANCH ENCAMPMEIfT. No. 4. meets
eerj id Hiui 4ih Weooexiay tuglii i,f each momh oflSoeri :
J K. 1-bMCKrwia. C. t ; B. Ltoji, II. P.; G. W. DAacax, 8
W. W. 8. I cs, i .W.; K. T. rumnra, gcribe ; J. N.
W', Treamtrer. vt&
COSBIXED REAPIXG AXD 1I0WI3IG
For. SA LE Jir THE UXDEHSJGNED A T
JOiLNSO.Y & HOItfE'S.
1J. P. CXIKATIIAIIT,
inT General Ajeat fjr the Sute.
rPHIt ptrfnerMp of W. A T. If. 0 RFKVFIFLT k CO.,
havi.ia rxpired by limltat:on, we hve th-a day aoM
oar interetli In ih entire ck of P.irnt'are, CqrliD(,
P rn, Ac, to i'H()M8 H. (JUlCENFlKUD and JjHN
l'ATT.RSiN, whom we take pleanre In recommend. ne. to
our old ruttotnera.and rtonbt n- thry wilt g-Te reaeral aat
lifariien to all who may la Tor them with a rail.
w. rim snEI.,
J"8 A. A. FRKKMAV
All thoae Indebted to W. A T. ti. Greruttold A Co., are
Invited to call at the r o A lUn l ai.J se-ttie.
GREENFIELD & PATTERSON.
HAMN'Gparehaa-dtNe entire Stock of Furn'tnre, Car
pet nit, I'il Cloth, Pianoa, Ae of W. A T. II tire-n
fleid A Co , aud harina alv aaited the Stork of John Pa',
t-r.oii, with .ur new purchna-, we hate now the most e-t-ni'Ve
iwimnt ofeverytSin In fur line erer offered to
the elmenio N-hvi!ie, an I reptf'lv aotidt a coi-tinu.
ar.ee of the faeomaol b.rUr br-t iwe I by our fnen U. It
will h our ain to rradrr the aiciott satu'aettna to all who
may be pleated to call 00 a.
Ju.6 1 GMEIXrirLD A PATTERSON.
THOMPSON & CO,,
REMOVED TO NO. 59 C0LLE3S STREET.
OVR Vrrr extended od constantly lnertaiin tradt re
quiring B.oie rorm thu e had at our oar o d ttand,
we hare remorrd Ui the ppae u and elirQt l-vre reeet;t
Ir ertcied fur ot on Colleg Street, whero wa will bo
happy to e our f- iead ui cuetooiera.
ealMtaka thl ocjwi .a to ay to tho paMlo that wo
will eon'inu our very ue,-etj; ivste a of rajii lades at
A IEia.ll advance Oil Coat -and we ixix'et to yieatiy
Ineratr our future paiha-e, we wiil f ooi'te he -nabld
to buy ehea, er, and rot-arq ient'y -ll rhetr than ever
a:.d it our rmumitn iU uau.nirale the Nw Te trbr
prmir-t art'lement of t arour.ti of tbe t aat, Ihey r ay
anlic.patr f'cii thiiifn In the fjia-c Id the way of oovelure
an t h171.nl. We h -p, thr, t hv an early e ill
from all wbo ara iulroatJ in Ihetr own wnfire aaa oar.
l'H'JMPfOM A Ci'.,
janl tin. (b l o l.-e Sireot.
J AH AWAT from ll.e nutiK-ri'H-r. rrtilinf In ?Uiv!l'e,
V Tronraee, asiMit ehe lt of Orteber lt, a dark oulorcd
Nrr'a Maa un.ri JIM. fa,d N.ro kiaa ti about 'ii yaara
of r, e.t-lii at-jui 1 7 J pouudj, ia ah'iut 6 feet h ,h, ipealii
piautify warn poko ti. (fall Njr furnuhrd
th a pa to Snd a iraato', bv X. W. B irnej a!xal lh
Uie h lett for Arr.-.) aa-1 d! 1 not tr'-jn.
I "lit r'Vr ih-above rraJ I r aid bojr, wbra takes
or e.-nBuf d In Jil eo that 1 1' ''I01-jtc-l
R. A. VSARNFS.
" AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STACLE
c in itcii uti:i:r.
1(1 a 1 a nn ran i tone (fnj uossr? whrf-h I wi'l tell lw
f-,r tie )t, and tf a ll.ara l no Jum whit I rei'rnt
hua. the rm'a will b rworoad. A lew ot tlo t)orKik
bre-HM'UN PvMtJ! ar left, an I if jew wanlouaor.
r ne U ACK and rft.l rTMITrH C wal al Co
ll(JK"ti aod bt Iti.lM and rAKULK H"ftr., atoayi ua
band In laige ouiubrr, (at tow prtraa.) lo k're to l! pvblio.
worn Ma. coiaba.
ADYAXtX IS c6rTCN"TlRSsT '
ONanl attar Miml.y, lit IHeoeabee, 14. wowiOail
vane tbe prr of Cott-m Varna uS t. lhWp- Auaetk.
Oar itruwa wil Uaa b lr Ko. j lie,
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7 o list.
't h 8 eroeat of f r Vx Wt-'i V-r cr tiiwa. Ne diareraul
alH-ard 00 or-lert for leaf lhaa ICS ban
Tbe Time w whwb we aall aaiat aa horrViAirt, via t
Par all rti fur ttau 1) bars
' - " t bir aa4 aadcr i bf, darv,
M t-a or (nera, 4 a.a ,1
W. H. oai"jJ A OO.,
deal apeita roe T"ftO' ae M .fiofae'are
rl'lSCHtt IM...1II H.t I, I". batklarkUJ
X Ai.d bait aa ttoraabd kar aaM ! to eloaa.
BY THE NATIONAL LINE.
Report! Furnished by tbe Associated Frcta.
Washington, Jan. 12. Senate adopted the re.
o'utioD by the totumittee oa judiciary, decliirinfr
Uarlan not emitled to a seat a Senator yeaa 28,
nays 18 then arijoorned.
House The navy reform bill passed without an
Mr. Orr, from the Belect committee to examine
the charges of corruption, asked that their enqui
ries be extended to the cotiiQicticemcDt of the pres
ent Congress, and that the committee have a clerk,
which were granted.
Mr. Savage asked a suspension of rules, to in.
troduce a resolution- making the bill pensioning
eoldiera of the war of 1812, the rpecial order for
the firet Tuesday in February; but was rtluerd by
133 aeainst 65. Not two-thirds ia favor. House
Tbe committee on territories have prepared a
report refusing the annexation of the inhabitants
of Carson Valley to California. They say California
ii4 too large already, and recommend, to relieve the
Carson Valley people from Mormon oppressions,
the parage of a bill now in the calendar for the
prevention and puniehtneiit of bigamy.
The committee have also preferred a report
against the organization of territorial government
ol Ar'Zonta in the Gad-den purchase. They pro
pose inetead thereof, establishing a judicial district
south of Giia, creating the office of surveyor gene
ral, providing for tbe adjjdic.ition of certain land
claim, granting donations of land to actual settlers
and providing for representation in the legislature
of New Mexico.
The House committee on elections will report in
favor of Hall, of Iowa, whose seat u contested by
Niw York, Jan. 12. Tbe steamer Cabawba
sailed this afternoon for Havana and New Orleaus,
taking about (400,000 iu specie.
St. Lon.o, Jan. 12. Tbe Democrat has advices
from Kansas to the 7th.
The free State legislature met at Topeka on the
6th, and after a short session, adjourned.
The next day, Gov. Robinson resigned. Lieut.
Gov. Roberts was in the territory, but failed to
attend. Much dissati-faclion prevailed. The U.
S. D 'puty Marshal arrested seven members under
a writ from Judge Cato; over thirty names were
attached to the writ. The prisoners will be taken
to Tecumseh for trial.
The President of the Senate, as acting Govern,
or, would de'iver a message, and a determination
exists to push the work through the Legislature if
Niw York, Jan. 13. The George Law, with
California dafes to the 20th u't., is below. She
brinrs (250,000 in specie. She connected at tbe
Isthmus with tbe Sonora.
Tbe steamer Granada sailed from Aspinwall for
Havana on 4th of Jumiarv.
The Golden Gate left Panama for San Francisco
on Jan. 1st, with passengers and mails of the 21st
The Sierra Nevada, with a large number of re
cruits for Walker, left on the 20ih for S;in Juan.
The Oriziba, from San Juan, arrived up on tbe
The Supreme Court of California has declared
the State debt, except $300,000, unconstitutional,
and recommend the adoption of the same by the
Legislature, and that the question of repudiation
be submitted to the people. No transfer of stock
has bean made since the decision. The people are
opposed to the repudiation. At a meeting held in
Sn Francisco, resolutions were passed, pleading
the redemption of the debt by the people, which
amounts to over $300,000. The Court also decided
several other matters in a like way effecting city
property, and sanctioned the seizure of the Fre
mont Mariposa grant (or taxes, and the estate will
be sold unless the taxes are paid.
The steamer Excelsior, from Liverpool, is eigs
ruled, but her dates, which are to the 24th, are
New York, Jan. 13. Flour is steady. Vi'heat
advancing White, 1 70; Red, 1 53 a 1 60. Corn
is farm, l ork buoyant, at 20 37. Lard dull, at
12. Sterling t-xebange dull, at 8 a 6.
Cincinnati, Jin 13. Flour firm, at 5.S0. Whis
ky, 2424J-. Provisions quiet. Wheat in good
1 Iiarlt atou Market.
PATrRDAV, Jan. 10, 1 P. M. Cotton The market Ii firm
and pricci full and stiffening, talcs to day 1000 bale at 14
to l ie
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
C rain Factors.
NO. 20 Ol. I SI. IP.
Refer to J. K. Pass, Ksq., President Bank of Charleston
g. C; Mensra. Joaa laaraa A Go.; J. W. Caldwxll, Ktq.
J. T. PoCTas, President Bank Republic, New York. ; V. K
gTcvasiaoa, Nashville. Iaup26 6m.
HIST OVKEtt !
CA SIIAXD CHE A P S 1 'STEM ADOPTFDl
( rcssoa's Model Clothing Bazaar,
NO. T UNION STREET NASHVILLE.
With an entirely fresh stock of
U e a i y-M a i c-C lotUlng
cischpas-rp roa elioaxcb isd cheamsjrs.
Together with a co nple'e assortment of
Gentlemen' Furiiisliiiig Goods,
WHOLESALE AND HIT AIL,
At the Lowest Cash Prices !! !
!? 22 lmo
A. O. SMITH. B. V. OCTFBK. OBO. 9. BOWLaBO.
S3I1TII, GUTIIItlE . CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
aid AaaiTS roa thb salb cr
VI It til MA V Ti;.Vr..SSEK TOBACCO.
1?0- 6G-1 Main Bt, Between Second and Titird,
MR. L. A. LAMEU and GEO. MIZKLL having- heeom
asMK-Uted with the aoilerj.gned in tba YVholt-aale
Grocery and Liqaor ituaineaa, tht style of the flrro will rt
wiiii as heretofore B. LAMLE A CO.
December lt, lSf.ft. deed
flBO. HUBLb, L. A. LABIBB. . LA IBB.
B. LAN I Kit & CO.
(Ruceetaorttollart A HoDIrgaworth,)
Nv. 6 .Market Mrcet, TVasbvlIle.
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liquors.
Vf 22 I"wxTkY h CO.,
(acocKtavxa to wairLBV a sa,)
COUTH EIDX PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE,
rpHB above f m harms; porrhaed tho stock rf tteVy
L tlr.cerles t WhH'ey A Re.M, are prepared to rupplj
those who may favor them with patrooaire, apon ver, fa
voiabla t-rnu. A evcata&t auppl of aruciea in the Family
Grocery liua. jaolO lm
C. Zi. St O 7 E K Oil .
(aoacli ami Wagon Harness,
K0. 14 DZADIKICX 8TEIET, KASHVILLZ,
HAVING wlthJrawa from the 6rm of Horer1on A Vftklr
mo, ha k-eited at the above plaee, where h will be
glad to ae all t.it old fi ient ami ethers ia wast of any ihinf
in tho way of bualnees. Uepainng done at the shnr.e! no
tie. janl'l lm
Vlrsl Cass Hoarding 11 o vise
aVO. 31 CEDAR STREET,
, NASimiXK, TANNrJMLE.
THE fubaer;br re-i ecifaily it f rms the citiiens of Nash
ville ana It eia IV that he H Dow rrparcd to aocora
eaodaie all i:.e Day Boardrra that will ej en him. Ilia
hoaav is awy cp'O to 1'ie t'aarl'ne commamiy: and
kojiai Ibtt bit frWorf and auiluiatK!a will give him a
call when ihtj vial I Ue t-tty.
i f n v vtnTviNsrov, Af'.
T'HE aoytenifned la taia day formd 4 CopaTtaerabla
under lie atyie of
Tor she ptrpo ef transa. tiig a Wkolfa'e Ore eery. Com
DttMloa and f orcarrfir PL.n la tills i:y, in l&e larre
asd mm d oes VVaetoi-e. N'i. I SatH t oilrge aircri,
(Kiff i-f ;iii.gt e;U We ill, at all time, te pea
band a Hrje ami virajd aiaortxeal f Groerkr, aaca aa
IhU icarVrl r o, lire, an1 at f r Or which .J b0 ttcitbt
pie laallehe cuty f.torne with tf.et e-atom. Oar be-4
ei-rtiO-is win b oevkUd to fri sale of t.r-'i- an J Pre
da- etQirned te as, and the t -irta ad foreardicf
Daiinei receive cwr propl aieaiD We wil toy ell
kiBd aaTCowntrv frectawe at the Bijrnat martrl pnoe.
Jsaoajy 1, "iT, O. F. NvKL,
t. A. G. KuEL.
U I. II 4 V I', awarta ateee a fw atnrk of WtVLENf,
eJ.pted eapeeially Ii It . Winter Trade, wluc we
are aelmg a eery kw rr to etcee
! tienu tlct1-- M';
riei a oj;
f eece Fta'd Muej ;
tot) da iMliO-tt
t eaaea Frecb MerlBo;
4 CaettaJl , -t
d-J a,i-iJ ad F"rv reTj'B;
t e Ha-altea and kan.-te.ter Ztelafa;
4 de i keia, e, lr.
Three tiotJa. vr.ta a very iarfe variaty of Pupleaad
Fatu-y aios-A., wear oCcrirf the atrtnteat ind-rti-eu &a
eteeewt A- J M to.
dtt hn. Jil fab Square.
Ul.i A.lil XU.t &..., iiattfew at
aau . KuAnfti a.
Kheumatiam. In IU moat asgravated form, disappears
from tbe systetr like frost before the rising snn, when Cak
iia'i f fASl.H AliXTCBB is brought to bear npon it. This
treat purifier cf the blood dives at once to the root of all
such diseases, and drives it from limb to liab, and joint to
J 'lint, an til its stronghold is raptured, and it is forced oat of
tee system through the pores of the akin. Let the suffering
try it and become healed. janH-8w
Eclloway'i Pills Seekers of heilth, thoae dyspeptio
or taBering from weakness, or dtbl'Ity of any kind, choold
take a course cf these fine medicines, which will quickly re
store them to health, as they never rail to cure if used ac
cording to the directions which accompany each box.
Fold at the manufactories. No. 80 Maiden Lne,New
Tork, and No. S44 Strand, London; and by all drng?ista,
at 85c, t2Xenand 1 per pot or box. janU lw
Great Cure of Eheumatitm. The editors of the
Richmond Ecpubiican, of Dec. 24 h, 1832. says that Car
ter's Spanish Mixture is no quack medicine.
They had a man in their press-ioom who wa afflicted
with violent Mercurial Rheumatism, who was cintlnual!y
complaining of misery in tbe back, limbs and joints; hia
eyes bad become feverhh and mattery, neck swollen,
thro it sore, and all the symptoms of Rheumatism, combined
with Scrofula. Two bott'es of Carter's f panibh Mixture
cured him, and, in an editor!! notice as above, they bear
testimony to its wonderful effects, and say their only re
gret!;, that all suffering wit!t disease of the blocd are not
aware of the existence of such a medicine. They cheerfully
See their certificate, and notice ia full arsund the bottle.
BEST HAIR DTK IN THE WORLD.
This Is stiODg language, yet Boolb's Elbctric IIaib Dti
(recently improved) was proved to be so, by the judges at
the late Mechanic's Fair, held In Iloston, (among whom was
Dr. Hays, the eminent chemist and S ate arsyer)who
awarded It the PR1ZS MEDAL AND DIPLOMA, ovr the
choicest Ilair Dyes on exhibition from all parts of the Union.
Iti unparalleled superiority consists in, 1st. The ingredienta
are nourishing to the hair, not destructive, as others. SJ.
Does not stain nor hurt the skin. 8d. Is easily applied and
dyea the hair any color required, from a delicate brown to
a deep black, so natural as to appear marvellous. Manu
factured, sold and applied by WM. BOGLE, 2T7 Washington
street, Boston. decl0-ti!lmay81
A PERJTMED BREATH. What lady or gentleman
would remain under the curse of a disagreeab'e breath when
by using the "Balm or a Thoobakd Flowers" as a dentrl
flee, would not on! y render it sweet but leave the teeth white
as alabaster Many persons do not know that their breath
ia bad, and the subject ia so delicate their friends will
never mention iu Pour a single drop of "Ba'm" on your
tooth brush and wash the teeth night and morning. A fifty
cent bottle will last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may ea-lly be acquired
by using the "Balm or a Thousand Floweks." It will re
move tan.pinples and freckles from the skin, leaving it of a
soft and roseate hue. et 1 towel, pour on two or three
drops, and wash tbe face night and morning.
6UAVINQ MADE EAST. Wet your ahaving brush In
either warm or cold water, pour on two or three drops of
"Balm or A Thocsakd Flowk," rub the beard wd), and
it will make a beautiful soft lather, much facilitating the
operation of shaving. Price only fifty cents. FdV sale by
all Druggists. Beware of ounterfeits. None genuine unless
W. P. FETRIDOE CO.
Spt2-dAwCm Franklin Square, N. T.
William' Pulmonic Balsim of Wild Cherry and
THE GREAT HOUTUERN REMEDY.
A speedy and positive cure for consumption. It is a cer
tain remedy for Pheumonies, Asihma, Spitting of Blond,
night Sweats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Plurisy, Whooping
Cough, and all diseases of the chest and lungs, together with
all the elections which pred spote to the above named com
plaints. All persona who have used it in the above nimed
complaints attest to its efficacy in the most unqualified
terms. This invaluable medicine is for sale by all the drug,
gists throughout the Southern and Western States. Manu.
factured by A. L. WILKINSON A CO.,
to whom all orders must be addressed.
11 ear what the Hon. Jxkb Climbs says of Its nature.
Persons who buy one bottle are sure to get a second.
Hcstsvillb, M;irch C, 1856.
Gbsts: I have used Dr. Charles Williams Pulmonic Bal-
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha with the happiest
tf ecu. A negro man, now belonging to niy father, who baa
been for several years atQicted wi h a distressing cough, is
apparently restored to good health by the use oi one bottle
I have used It also in other cases, and none without de
cided benefit to the patient.
Very respectfully, JERE CLEMENS.
Messrs. A. L Wii.iissok A Co., Huntsville, Ala.
Da. Cbas. Williams:
DkabSib: I take pleasure in giving my testimony to the
virtues of onr excellent "Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cher
ry." Having used several bjttles in my family, with de
cided advantage in every case, I can recommend it as the
best aud most pleasant medicine I have ever seen.
W. D. F. 8AWRIE.
Tuscumbia. March 22, ISIS.
For sale by Eernan A Rains, Berry A Demoville, G. W.
Hendenhott, A. K. Roscoe, Ewing A Brother, wholesale,
Josiah G. Brown. septal dAw6in
The Rxios or Art. In this wonderful age, Art lays her
master touches on almost everything . The ceilings over us
and the carpets we tread on, are hallowed by Art. Art
winds the railway through the mountains and the mud;
makes her machines of wood and iron, to act aa if with
knowledge and annihilates spice with lightning tamed down
to the tuteledge of a boy. Nothing is too lofty for her touch
aud nothing too humble. A new proof of this old conviction
has just fall'D uuder our notice, In the shape of a Cats a a
tio Pill, from the Laboratory of that world renowned
Cheml-t, Dr. C.J. Aver.
If we understand the subject, he has carried that article
to the farthest perfection of which it is capable. Instead ff
employing Drog-i in .ts composition, as we have always
thought the necessary and only way, he has with consum
mate skill extracted the virtue of the medicine to be em
ployed and combined thera alore in their purity together.
The composition is then mixed and rolled by machinery and
steam power into a sperold pill which is wrapped in an en
velope of gelatine, for protection from the effects of weather
or time, and then thickly coated with sugar, to serve as Us
passport over the palate. Notwithstanding all the labored
perfection they are offered to the Public at lesa than one
cent each. However humble the department, we think thia
may be eafe'y characterised as the consummation of Art in
its line. Moruihg Xftci, Eaii.
Are you Getting Haiti 7
Isyonr hair turning grey f Do yea wish to cultivate good
whi kers and moustache f Tour hair to be soft, silky and
glossy f Tcur head to be cool, comfortable and free of ad
rufff Mothers! are your children to have luxuriant heads
of hair f Then tue Boole's Uvraaioa Flfio, which never
titi in Its unerring effects. Prices 26 eta, od cts, 73 cts, and
f 1 50 per bottle. Bogle's Balm of Cytheria stands unri
valled for eradicating tan aid pimples, and beauti'ying the
complexion. Price 60 eta. Inventor and proprietor, W,
Bogle, Boston, and sold by Druggists everywhere.
Pianos and innate We learn that Horace
Waters, of bS8 Broadway, N. agent for the sale of many
of the mot celebrated makers of Pianos and Melodeoas, Is
offering them at prices which we aJviae all wbo desire to
purchase to avail themselves of. Ue is also selling his large
and well-known Catalogue of Music at one-third off from the
regn'ar prices, and will forward the same tree of postage.
His offers to the trade, teachers, and schools, are of the most
favorable character all of which he wll.be able to til to the
letter, for having wisely adopted the cash system. The
Horace Waters' Pianos are known as among the very best.
We are enabled to sixak of those instruments with some
degree of confidence, from personal knowledge of their ex
cellent lone and durable quality. V. J". Erangelitt.
ALL Sportsmen wbo are In want of a good and reliable
Oun, especially adapted for Urge game, Deer, Ac. are In
vited to call at the store of Fall aod Cunningham, No. 41
Public Square, and examine "Sharp's Patent Sporting Rifle,"
which in rapidity of Firing, accuracy of aim, and length of
range is far superior to any Gun ever invented, and unlike
any other Patent Gna heretofore introduced iu construction
Is so exceedingly simple that it Is not more liable to "gel out
of order" than the eommon Kentucky Xifie.
f. A C. have also a few Shot Gansmadeoa the same Pa
tent. Iyl4 61a.
Be not deceived by base Imitations. CEGEMAN, CLARK
A CO'S GENUINE C0!1 LITEK OIL, never disappoloU
and nine years' experience has proved it superior lo all
o:hrs,end the only reliable cur fcr CONSUMPTION.
As there ia a great deal of spui ioua oil In the market adul
terated with seal oil, whale eit, Aen A a., too much care ean
not be taken to procure the Genuine.
Our Oil Is made at eur own factory in Newfoundland, and
each bottle has oar signature over the cork, be careful to
grt Uboska, Clase A Co., for since the death of Mr.
Rosawa, ear late partner, there has been an article latro
dxioed called Kushtoo'a, ahlch Is la ao way occecte4 with
CCA Co or Li. C. A Co.
fold by J. G. Brow n, twin Bre ana by P-iorysts g.
II.UIYEY, the great F!adslphla CUTTER," belr.g
bligfrl to seek a mere g-Ul climate !a coeseqarnce of
KpeJre health, ha located biauctf at our it gov, IS
Ceier street, and will ta'.e veasurea and shew eastwer
Cloihe, Canal 01 rrs and Teot.cp ia great variety.froaa which
Ihey ssay select i asil themselves. Oar Store ia fait of al
kinds el UllADV IU A II U CI.OTIIl.lt.-, aod the
Stuck of tarnishing goods was never sorpa d in Nashville.
euA-tf CLIt TON A ABBOTT.
KU32lT roa JUTESILES.
HA VUS aWurwaned lor sosae time et t try and serve
ear yout g t wrh despatch a4 cire'ka. we
hare H bow wsvaeor entire aw tt- ,( Toys,
Couooery, F re Woik. ae , Ae, lowed liirra eel at a
Baswuti' awuce t em ear Store, o, IT Maiket street.
d4 CHA&Lfc kottHaraUN.
n:e Ceaaaai, ft
ia-a. by U. W
IA A BBI- Lea'avfiie Cemaai, ..1. te the trade at
UU es t acJ e-mae-e, ty U. W. RL ELL, Arrat.
At R. L. w BtElv'.e rr-gy Eroajaa rrtmi sta. dcl
Let n d Wiarratalal Lata 4 U tarrstula!
Uft will c-ay the air- ssarket p-iea la Cm r awr
cfc.loL I ( VVarreaia.
tfRlNSSOfcO, MoWHlRTrS A CO,
-C; If N?. Ii tKa.r.LUie Je, AiitUa,
Auction Sale of Groceries
W. II. Gordon & Co.
ON WEDNESDAY, 14th January, 1357, we will offer at
Public tale, in our usual quantities
186 bhds common, fair, prime and choice new Sugar,
40 bbls powdered Sugar;
6'l bbls cho ce Plantation Molases;
. M hf bbls " "
A50 bars lair and prime Rio Coffee;
8H) bxea Prescott's FauTiiy and No. 1 Soap;
Ilk) boxes Htar Candles:
f.(M) ki gs Pboenberger's Nails, all sizes.
With various other articles.
Terms of Sale:
All sums under $200. cash; all sums orer t20, and un
der $2,t, 60 davr, all' sums over 2,(HX, 90 day credit,
for approved bsijobsed notes payable in one of the city
jan W. a. GORDON A CO
AUCTION SAXE OF GK0CERIE3
X3. T A XIEU eft? Oo-
WK wiil offer, with libera! privileges, in front of our
Store, on Saturday, January IT, a large assortment of
Fresh Urocerits, consisting in partof the following:
100 hhds fair, prime A choice 23 bbls Old Rye Whifky,
Pugar. 25 " Brandy and Gin,
40 bbis new Mo'aases, 20 " Lincoln Whisky,
20 do Loaf Sugar, 2n0 kegs Nails,
20 d Crushed and Pow- 7-5 boxes Vir(rirlTobacco,
deredSairar. 10 do gmik'ng do.
800 b?s prime new crop Rio 50 dien Hurk-ts,
Cotlee, W bbls Uacktrei,
ISO hag choice Bait. Coffee, BO k.ts do;
100 boxes Star Candles, 15 frails Almonds,
8"0 boxes Tallow Candles, 10 bVs Pecans,
1H00 sacks One Bait, 20 doien Wah B ards,
H O boxes Chetse. 100 boxes Cub Clitari,
100 do Raisins, 10,000 fine Cigars,
WJ fi ao do, in gross y .art JiafX',
60 if do do, 50 do Pint Co,
I11O bills Magnolia Whisky, 10 do i di d-,
10O Dean's " 10 di 6s and s Brandy
25 u Old Bourbon " Bottles.
Together with all the smaller articles to make up a large
3f Tbe above Groceries are all fresh and good, having
just been received from New Orleans and tasttrn Cities
and will be ooered in good lots.
janl2 td T. LANIER A CO".
Auction Sale of Groceries
J0HNS0IT, HORN & CO.
ON THURSDAY, the 22d, nst., at 10 o'clock, A. M., we
will offer for cash, in front of our store, the follnwine
articles, to which we would invite the special attention of
the trade :
100 hhd Prime and Choice Sugar:
4 KI bagschoice RioCtffe:
100 barrels Molasses
K0 bbls crushed Sugar,
2.10 bbls Whisky;
COO Reams Wrapping Paper: and sunlrv other articles.
JOHNSON, HORN A CO.,
5,n 13 td Corner Broad and Market sts.
"Large Auction Sale by"
TIIABUE & LUCAS,
NO. 74 PUBLIC SQUAEE, NASHVILLE, TENN.
U7E will seil on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 20th and
vv slit, on account of all concerned, a large and well
as'orttd of Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ready
Male Clothine, Foots, Shoes, Brogana, Soft Fur and Cas
simereand Wool Hats, Hardware, Cutlery, Queensware,
Wrapping Paper, Ac. Tbe Stcck consists in part as follows:
CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES AND VESTINGS,
Jeans, Tweed", Kerjeys:
2,000 pieces Fr;nt, assorted kinds;
Red and Whits Flannels;
De Lanes and Cassimeres;
Merinos and Alpacts;
- Plaids, Alpacas and Solid Delaines;
Debuges and Popliua;
Black Sil s;
Plaid and Brocade Silks;
Embroidered Collars and Cndersleeves;
Jaconts and Po jk Muslins;
l.inen and Cambric Handkerchiefs:
Cotton Flannel, Towel aud Table Diapers;
Needles, Pins, Threads of a 1 ' inds;
Wool and Cotton Holsery; Silk Hosiery, lc.
And in fact we will offer almost every ai tide wanted In a
BOOTS AFD SHOES.
Our Stork of Boots and Shoes is unusually large; we
have Ten Thousand Dol'ars In boots and Shoes, of ihe best
kinds, and almost every description of Hoou and Shoes
CLOTHING AND HATS.
A rood assortment of Coats, Pants and Vests;
Fine I.. B. Shirts;
Suspenders, Cravats, Gloves.Ha'f Hose;
I nder h rts, Ac, Ac:
oft, Fur, Cassimere and Wool Hats in great variety.
10 boxes Axes;
10 d'-zen Shovels and Spades;
2--11 setia Knives and Forks:
Pad Locks, i'lainmir buts, Ac, Ac.
15 crates. Queensware, assorted in crates of eommon
and grun'te ware;
Wrapping P-er, Letter Paper:
10 boxes of Tacks assorted, 100 papers In a box.
All of the above roods are consigned to us without limit,
and will be offered freely to Merchants only. Terms liberal,
j an8 T KAHUK A H Cs.H
Valuable City V roper ly
-Lt rxxlolio ilnction
IN pursuance of a Deed of Trust, executed to me by J. C.
Leak, on the llth of March, 1S5R, for the purpose of se
curing certain debts therein setfor:h,I shall proceed to
sell, at Public Auction, for Cash, on SATCRDAY, the Slat
day rf January, at the Court House bate, in the
city of Nashville, the following described property, via:
A House snd Lot at the Corner of Broad and Market sts ,
being lot No. 1 In the College Lots, now occupied as a
Drug Store by Rosros.
ALSO A lot of Ground in the city of Nashville, front
ing 41 yi feet on Spruce street, being lot No. 6 in A. V. D.
ALSO. A vacant Lot on Cellar street, being lot No. Tin
A 1.SO A Lot on Cedar street extended, at the edge of
the Corporate limits, and on the Charlotte turnpike, front
40 feet on said turnpike and running back 150 feet.
ALSO The undivided half of a Lot In South Nashville,
fronting 54 feet on College street: J. B. Watson owning the
ALSO An interest of $3 500 in a debt due from Jesse
Page and secured by Deed of Tru-t.
Sale to take place within the hours prescribed by law.
an6 td ' K. A. COLE, Trustee.
M. M. HEXKLE, Jr.,
ATTOHJiEY AT LAW,
OFFICE NO. 48 CHERRY ST RE FT, UP STAIRS, THB
ON K FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY PR. THOMPSON.
psf Particular attention given to the collection of Claims.
1 0 All business entrusted lo hia cars will meet with
Judge J. 8. Bums, Kev. A. L. P. Gaera,
Dr. J. B. Mciebbis, W. A T. H. UaaunaLB A Co,
Libdslet A CaoCEETT.
rNO. R. EAEIN, formerly of Naanville, has resumed the
praoliee 01 law in the several Law and kViuity Courts of
Bssnmao, Ourri-B and Keassxist coua'le.
Onlleeritms a ill receive promDt attention.
tW Poet Oaee and rwaldenne at War trace Depot, Bed-
w arl r
J A MIES WnotM.
A. O. MEBAOT.
WOODS & KEERITT,
A TTORNE YS A T LAW,
Office No. 69 Cherry street
D li . It . M A It T I N
NO. NORTH BPRUCZ ST.,
DR. JOHN II. CALLENDElt,
will devote himself to his profeasion.
OFFICE WITH DRS- XELLT MADDIN.
NO. 39 ClIKUUV SrCT, I'PSTAIItS.
"DR. JOHN II. 3IORTON
RESPECTFULLY lenders his ProfVeslonal Service lo the
eitiseos of Nashville and vicinity. Office No. 41 Cher,
ry street. Jan dly
Tennessee Plow Factory
MAKEd Plows of tbe best materials and in rr. wwriaty.
Wroucht Iron and Etc I Mould Board: right aad
left hand Plows. A. W. PUTNAM, Proprietor.
tbow PHAar, Manager.
ORDERS handed me fjr Pittsburg, Cincinnati,' Louis
ville or St. Loots manufactured t tods will be prompt,
ly attended to. Office at R. L. Weakley's, Corner Broad
and Front sUeeU. decls D. W. RUSSELL, Agent.
HAT rrTTEK.-Wi have four siaesof au-aJ-
sage Cutters, by which one hand caa preoare as asarh
Faasage Meat La one boar as can be done in a day ia the old
SAUSAGE STUrrZZS. Machines fcr Bluffing 2ao
ar, to jia.
POUND CAKE PA5S. Tsrtows im and patterns.
JELLY AND PCDDI.fO IfOaLD?.
CO FEE GSCQULS AND BEGGISS.
TEA AND COtfiX POTi, Hi-yk r-n and Brlitaalw.
80UP lORKLN ASi CUFFES UR5S
COVERED DiiHES, Vxior. Double itaasa and lav
OYSTER DISHT"?, PUNCH PITCHXRS, AC.
CHA5LBli CEIIS. vartoas and virrant patterns,
decli MACRkNZ'.E A WlLaj.1.
fi (inn BCSarU dried frail, Peaehw aad Ap
lU,UUl plea; A.uuO Ibe titneear. 4,'V Feathers,
for which the highest market price wtd be paid.
etl st. C. BANDY.
JL C. Bandy wi'J krepcorutaatly ea head a large lot el
FaMir.ef various and suserior breads.
7JS- RUrUS H. JOHNSON,
OCCTLLST AND ACBIT, OF MkMPBIs, TINSKiJCE,
117 ILL visit Nuhsf'le and be f.iad al the City Hetei ea
I I Satuotar, the !b January, to reaaia a fcw dan aad
give attenuoe 10 all (Sihem of ti-, Lye and Car Opera-
Une,tBe adaptatu. cf Artioctal area, Ae., aa.
- Has tar La aip, a aursou luatrum.ct kr detmstlic the ea-
tare ef diseases efthefcar, by throwing a streasa of pare
light aa nar late the Ear at the Dross or Trmpaaose aleai
brate enable, him to determine the kind ef disease eaiettaf
nnd treat it sa.-crsafal'y.
11 s ArtiScial Eyes are frees the Manufactory of M. Boi-scnoe-Wr
of Paris, whsch Iwt the pnae saedai at the
wervj axaioiuoo, tonnon.
Dr. J briars lestimcoiais and letters of reference fr.ia
Pbystrtaaa aaj cibaetssol UeJtuhu, which a- swm ad
Uawrtue. ici d km
rWTLL act aa Ageet fat surh Boats aa ssav newr sse w bh
their ewaiavre. tiSee al B. L. Wcastrv's. ci RmJ
aod Front sueets. O. W. LliJSt LL.
fi'i a tu.V Vv Ai Lis "
. a bitviotw j ntcrrt lUfarettce g ive. . Ad-
4 ee i!.uia. aetT tf.
UAM 11. t iu4iy hf t. e. r -- a., aa
'Sudani iJtk &xcpert tea. -hr fd Sf f-'T.
, a. a. iirsta a sjx.
RATE? OF I BEIfSIIT
FEOH CHARLESTON TO NASHVIIIE,
TO COimSCB wtTBOCT ALTEEATOB tBTIT. THB
First Day of June, 1857.
Piano Fortes, Books and Stationery, Boots, Fhoee and
Hats; Liquors, t'ils, Ac, in bo'tles; Camphiae and
Bpirits Turpentine, in bbls.; Carpeting, Ch ne, Qlasa
and Olassware, Cigirs in cases; Clocks, Confretiona
ries, Cotton Cirds, Cutlery, in esses, casks and boxes
Dry Goods in boxes and bales; Drugs, Froits, Fruit
Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seeds, Looking
Glasses and Lookinsvilass Plnte, fat ovnrrs risk,)
Oysters in cans and jars; ad llery,Tin and Brittania
Ware, Teas and tfpicea, p, r 100 lbs. IL15
Hardware, except soch as i- specified in First and Third
Class; Co (Tee Mill?, Mtchinery; Foreign Liquors, ra
bbK, and pipes; Tobacco, In boxes; Leather in rolls
and boxes; Oi's, in bbls. and casks; Crockery and
Queensware In crates ami casks; Rice, Whiting,
Plaster, Sheet Bras, and Coppt r, per 1(H) lbs 1.M
Axes, Shove's, Spades, Sad Irons, Zinc and Tin, in pigs;
T n-plate. Anvils, Vices, cfcs of Chains and Hoes;
Manilla and C itton Cor Uge; Coffee, heavy Castings,
Mill- jearing.UUilro '-Wheels and Axles, Chains and
Spikes, and Rosin in obis., per li0 lbs 00
Furniture and Carriages boxed: and other Vyht articles
not enumerated ; also. Carboys of Acils, or other
Chemicils, will he chirked bv actual weight, but at
double First Class Rates, per 100 lbs M.8I)
Have every package plainlv .narkeJ with name of con
signee, destination and depot f delivery. Attention to tills
matter prevents delays aad losses snd insures a speedy de
livery. ADVANTAGES AND F VCILITIK? OFFERED BT TUB
Goods consigned to the Airen's of the South Carolina
Railrovl at Charleston, will be forwarded "Free of Com
mission" dravae, wbirlmre ard poi-t ge only ciiar.'el a
bill ot which" arith amount i f fre ght raid vesrel will be
mail d to con-ii.-r.e-i. Mirk packages, care AgentS. C.&.
B , Charleston. 8. C.
Ihe South Carolina Railroad will advance shippers
charges, so tlist those who prefer consigning to a Commia
fioa jjouse can do to, atid hAVs their expense-bl.l payable
All freight f r Nashville and Stitionson the Nashville and
Chst'anooga R iilroad are sent from Charleston by through
Trains only, and Shippers may r-ly upon the utmost des
patch and promt. trcs.
The Kate from ch trleston to Nuhrille will at all times be
as low as by Savannah.
I am authorised, and will set le prorrptlv any over
charges and dAmasr-s that raiy occ-jr on this line.
In eueoflost or misainir u-ocds I will t-ke eharre ofanv
correspondence necessary tor their recovery, and if noli
found will pay for the same within thirty days after notice
is given at this office.
Merchants along the line of the Nashville and Chatta
nooga Railroad will bear in mini that the above rates ap
ply to all goods from Char'estcn, wiiich are to be delivered
at the following Stations, ii: Ptevenson, Anderson, Dech
erd, Tullahoma, Normanly, Martrace, Shelly vllle. Bell
buckle, Fosterviile, Murfrresbaro, Smyrna, and Laverrne.
I shall be pn p. red to give every exp.aoalion and infor
mation desired in regard to fr- iyhta and expense-bills.
Correspondents may rely upon prompt anseere lo all in
quiries; and every atten ion given lo business brought un
der my supervision aod control.
C11AS. W. ANDERSON. Agent,
Jan9 tf No. iti Co' lege st , Najhn le.
ha i i;s or iituiiiiir
ON PE0DTJCE TO CHAKLESTON.
Feathers and Wool, per 100 lbs ..- $1.40
Deswai, Ginsei g, fink Root, Rope and Bagglnr,
Hemp, Star Caudles, Soap, Lard and Linseed Oil,
per 100 lbs 1.00
L-af Tobacco, per 100 80
Whisky, per bbl 8.00
Reef and Pork, per bbl iJ0
Flour, per bbl 1.40
Brooms, ia lots of SO dosen and upwards, per dosen... 1 "0
Cotton, per bale 4 00
The Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
will sign receipts at the above rates until the 1st of June
A deduction of one-fourth the abovi rates will give the
rate to Augusta, Georgia, on the articles above srecided.
For information in regard lo rates on other articles not
(ptcifled above, call on or a-ldress
- CHA3. W. ANDERSON, Aeent,
Jan9-tf No. 2 College street
AVESTI.Jt.N Ilti:i(.llTAGi:CV I01C
THE CHARLESTON" LINE,
aljo roa the lisb raow
NASHVILLE TO COLUMBUS, OA.,
(via w est roiST.)
Sixty miles nearer than any other Route.
OIULL No. 2G COLLi;UK SXIlLiUTt
OVERCHARKK3 b7 the Charleston Line promptly ad
jus'ed at this o'fice. Persons desiring information aa
to rates of freight Kantwar 1 or Westward will be furnished
with Tariffs upon appln-atioa at t1 e office, or by mail.
Gc-ds from St. Louis, Louiiviile and Cincinnati, to be
sent to Charleston, S. C, Angusta and Columbus, 6a., Mont
gomeyy, Ala., or other stations on the South Carolina,
Georgia, Atlanta and LaGranre. or Montgomery aod West
Point Railroads, w.ll be forwarded tree of charge (except
dray age) when consigned to me at Nashville.
Urayage from the River to the Nuahville and Chattanooga
Railroad Depot Is contracted for at three and a-hall cents
per li0 lbs, and w il not exceed that rate except on Iota of
freight less than ltxM) weight quantities less than 1000 lbs.
charged HA cents lor the lot
jacK-lf CHARLES W. ANDERSON, Agent
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ScrEaiftTKkDKST's Orrica, N. A C. R. R J
Nashvili.b, Jan. S. ISoT.
ON and aft -r Monday next, the liih lust , the Ticket Of
fice of the Nashville A Chattanooga Railroad will be
established at No 26 College street, under the cawaaee
11 tel. The OiTlre will be o; en at I A. M. and closed al 9
o'clock, P. M. Pa sengers should p ecure Tickets before
going to the cars. H. 1. ANUtRSUN, Sup't.
C. L. ABDEaaoB, Ticket Agent. jan If
T. D. QUICK. AO
QUICK &. MEAD,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
WH0L.-AiK AND RETAIL
Flour and Feed Store,
NO. 11 SOUTH COLLEGE STREIT.
YI7HTTK WHEAT I LOUR, Unbolted Flour, Buck Wheal
v flour, Seconds, hhorts, Bran, Corn Meal, Rye Meal,
Oats, Corn, and Kye Hominy. In store and for sale. Will
be delivered to any part of the city frre of charge.
QUICK A UCAD,
Jan3 No. 11 South College si.
IN STORE AND FOR SALE.
SACKS or extra hulled BUCK WHEAT FLOUR
al OCICE A MEAD'S.
Jn3 No. 11 Sokta College st.
FROM HiS ACADEMY IN NEW ORLEANS.
Respectfully inform th Ladies nd GentJe
mea of Nashville, that be will give lessom oa
AT THE SALOON OF
WESSEI THOilPSOX, 42 TJnion St.
In a few lessons Latliesi are tanght to write
in a neat, eapy and rapid iranner, and Gentle
men in a bold, rapid, bnsiness st vTe.
llocrs from 9 to 11, A. M., and from 2 to 4,
P. M., add from 7 to 9 at night.
Persons from the country caa finish their
leefons in one week.
As Mr. D. will not have time to call on fam
ilies, be hopes that all who desire to join bi
eludes will make early application.
To persons acquainted with ita merits, his
system of writing needs no recommendation,
bat thne unacquainted with it, Mr. D. refer
to the following remarks and testimonials. In
ntead of teaching Penmanship tnereiy as aa
imitative Art, an experience of twenty years
has enabled him to reduce it to the certainty
of iScitnee, so that being guided by knoxeUdgt
instead of random jirnctke, pnpils from ix to
fixty years of age, oan, ia a short time, leara
to write with
Base. Elegance and Rapidity.
So accurate is his system and so uniform Us
success, that after witnewiogiU tilecU on sev
eral hundred pnpils in this place, the lamented
Alfred Hume observe, "I consider it but justice
to say, that I be!iee it not only the heat try
Um bat tht only ont deaertinq tht nmmt for
by strict attention to the rules given, any per
son msy in a short lime, acqaire free, rapid
and elegant l.acJ."
Sucb M" I), brieves will be tbe opinion of
all wbo test its merit, aud an experience of
above 12 years, (mostly in New Orleans) sine
the above opinion was ex preyed, Mr. D. hopes
has detracted nothing from the ineriu of bis
vtein, or LU skill in teaching It.
' decl6 tf
AT. BBAD9HAW an A. T. RCTLAXO have pwnhae
. 1 Nb Mnera. ki waavwa A I'aatatx Ihetr entire
Slock of BcKwa. Pboet, Hata, TraiUs. Ae , end vasMr
speetfully lofarm tte oll patron. of the late Iras eas Ue
psbiic grneral.'T. that U J Inteud keep eg at the old staaa.
No. 14, College Birtet, a veil seUeted Kctaulrteck lor La
d e., tirntl.ojch's. B J CUilira's wear, wbarh the wtU
sell for CltU and C Aril u.MT. He hope, by stiiet at
teniioa to basins se, lo ate: It a share of lbs pubJe fauea
ATTtO d'speaed f eorSWtk of BoeU, theee, Ae to
! linear. fiiSiiiw A BtrtaB, wa take great pie.
a ia reeeeasBtoO og iba-w to tbe afc) ssuasi ef the lata
A to. an-1 keapaafer lh.sa a ali.re ef the straf ef f.aa
pitonegfairaliy. ftjAKSTaO.1 A PASttlAU.
VALl AliLE inPUOVEO CITt A.O TS
0R La4 frenUng M Maple street, 14 fa, rwaBUf back
ISit, with a tWperb br hwelheg, coataloiag I or Id
reem, a gd CXewra. tfwnke Himh, Ae.
Ai, eae I t rrauig tti hm ea Prar) street aad 10
feet Sns w-.k a cood tva story britk Uooae. eetaSBiff 1
er 14 mMt, r i ou reoea , k ,tchea , Ac, a toed m 0, sowke
keM, Ac. aVath tots tarly mi wiJt akrekaary, shaide aad
fravl Uvea, aavl will ke voVi oa aeaiBkdat'af tereaa. kf
ply ka SANi :t A wooDWAUx,
r sf. k. kSCi.
CevereJ good fams, we') tmrrTwl,aeavr Xaakvula.
A large aaaaber ef 40m provl ou.
Serai (r.iB lou. 'rvm S a 15 scrrs. Bear the city.
Tbae wiOni-g wpart ia s ii we'l tees-l
j bASl t ft WUOOWkBD.
BOXV.S of las abure )'t ii-.l and fcr sale by
deeil , 4. Ci. ItuiAilauN, sVeadway. .
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERElSi
CAPITAL. PI11ZE $5O,O0O!!!
The following Scheme will be drawn by Swtsi A Co.,
Managers of the FORT G AINU ACADEMT LOTTFRT, ef
Gear ia, aod the SOUTHERN M1LIT4KT ACADKMT
LOTTEKT. of Alabama, in each of their Lotteries lai Feb
To be drawn in the City of Mobi'e, Alabama. !a pabWe ea
S ATI" 11 II AY, FCII. 7th, 1847.
To be drawn fn the City of Atlarta, Georgia. In public, ea
TIIl'ItSDAY, FEB. 10th, 157.
To be drawn In the City of Aian'a, Georgia, in public, en
SATUBDAT, PZBEUAST 23, 1S37, on lid Plan f
SINGLE M 31UEII!
30,000 Tickets 3,260 Prizes I
KOBE THAN ONE PKTZ2 TO TTE3.Y 10 TICXTTS.
- 1 Prise of. $N?f0O is IVIPfB
1 " 0 (00 is S000
1 la.orvj is lo,oo)i
l " " ,'X0 is tfioo
1 " " 8 ix'O is .nW
1 " T.0"0 ii.I . !,
1 .lil is tWO
1 5 IVK) is 5 004)
1 4,0 0 is 4 0X4
1 " 8.0 . is ,
1 2''i, smj
1 " l,r) i, !,
10- prises" 1J are 10,OCw
100 " 50 are.. ,0ta
4 prists of 250 Apvm'g to $C00 prae are
4 " 0 13 "Oi 8i
4 " 1.-0 " 10.1-0 . ... 4a
4 " f) 9, .00 " H 190
4 - S3 a, m
4 go TikO " " H
4 " N5 " 6 1 " " ill
4 " 60 8 '"SJ '
4 " 4,ns " 1
4 41 IW0 " 1M
4 " ,) " H
4 SJ 1,1X0 " 100
J 00O 20 are !(?,
3260 priaesamoontingto $204 OOO
Whole Tickets, $10; Ealves 15; Qnarters S3.fi .
TLAN f F HIV LOTTERY.
The Sumhers from 1 to 300, corresponding with thoa
Nambrrs on tha T.cets priote-l on separate atips of paper,
am encircled with small tin tubes and placed in one hrsU
The first 81) Prises, similarly printed aad eneireltd.axe
plaerd in anoihrr Hheel.
The wheels are thrn revolved, and a Bomber la drawn
from the Wheel of Numbers, aad at the same time a prise
is drawn from the o.her woeeL The Number snd Prise
drawn out are opened an I eiLibitel to the aodience, and
registered by the Cotoamsioaere; the Prise being placed
agaiost the Number drawn. This operation ia repealed
until all the prises are drawn out.
The two preceding an ) 'wo sacceeJiog Numbers to those
drawing the first 12 Prism will be entitled to the 48 Apprea
imation Prises, accordior to tbe scheme.
3,000 lrtzrw of 20 will be determined by the
'at (tgare of the Nnmber that draws the S.W.iiOO Priae.
Far example, if the Number drawing the $j",l.ii0 Priae eoda
with No. 1, then all th ; Tickets where the aumber ends ia
1 wil be entitled to l.'O. II the Number ends with Ne. 1,
then all the Tickets where the Nnmber ends with. 3 will be
entitled to t'20, and so oo to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at tha following rates
which is the risk:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets l
" 1 Half 4 S
10 quarter" IS
IN ORKRINO TICKFT8
Enclose the money to our addrras for the tickets ordered,
on receipt of which they wiil be forwarded by firet aaaa.
Purchasers can nave tickets ending in any fgare they may
The list of drawn numbers and prises will be sent la par
chasers immediately after Ihe drawing,
t"SrPurcha-ers will please write their signatarss plate
and tive their post office, eoutitj and State.
Remember thatevery Priae is Jrawo.and payable ha
full without deduction.
UA1I Prises of 11,040 and nnder, paid immediately after
the drawing other priaes at the ureal time of thirty day a.
All eommunicatlona strictly confidential
Prise Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at sitter
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates either to
8. SWAN A CO , Atlaata.fia,
Janl J or 0. SWAN, Montgomery, Aia.
1. o ) a 1 Uayana Lottery.
T'HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish (ioverosMot, aa
der the supervision ot the Captain Ueneral ef Cuba, will
lake place al Havana, on
Saturtiajr, January 24th, 1857.
Korteo "turner 675 Ordiiittrl.
Capital Vrlzc 100,000 lols.
Prise of. .
8 Prises of 13,004
JO " 40
lO - " 00
ill Approaimatioas.... T,i0
4 Approximations to the IIimi.ixhi, of iMiOeach; 4 of 4o0 te
Bfl I 000; 4 of 4"0 to S0,i H.r, 4 of i.m to 10,'hN); 4 or 41 K) to $3.S0e
hole Tickets ; Halves $10)
Prises cashed at tigiit at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on the Naahville city Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be iorwarU.U as soon aa the ress.lt beeessrs
tV Coamanleations addressed to DON RODRICtTTX
(care of City Post, Charleston, 8. C.J until Janaary J4th,
will be atannded to. Jan. t td
Havana Plan Lottery.
By Authority of the State of Georgia.'
JASPE1I COl'XTY AC4DF..TIY LOT
TkKY CLASS S, to be drawn at Coaoaav Uau, Macon.
-a., under tKe sora superinteadenee of Col. Gaoaoe M.
Looaa and W. C. Abdbbsob, kaq.,oa Siatarday, 1711k
8ATUSDAT 8 21 ALL 8C3IMB.
15000 Numbers Prises payable without Deduction.
CAPITAL I'ltl.E, $3,0001
1 prise of.
... 1"0 are..
,.. 60 are..
... 60 ate.
1,651 . 44,000
Tickets. 4- Halves, f 8Quartera 1.
PLAN OF TUE LOTTEKT.
8am as the Royal Lottery f Cuba wtia this dltTerenee:
tbe Havana Lottery baa W.OOO Number this has only
there are two wheels, on each of which there ara placed
two Locks. The Superintendents have each key to tha
Lo-ks, aa tha wheels cannot be opened anlese both are)
present. There are place 1 in the wheel of numbers tin
tnbe containing slipa of paper with the nambere frose No. 1
1 to 13,000. In the wheel of prrse there are placed lis
tnbes containing slips of paper with tbe priae en Sheas
ranging from 113,000 to $liu.
W hen tbe drawing takes place, ehlch will be In pebHa,
the wheels are unlocked, and sfier revolving thess,a aaea f
her I drawn out of the wheel of numbers, and at the swat
time one Is drawn oat of the Prise wheel by bore with arms
bared to the shoulder and blindfolded the tub Is slipped, I (
off, and tit number held up and enrolled, so that to a hoi
audience raa ae. it the nnmber Is then catted off aad reg
istered by the Superintendent.. Ihe Priae draw ia credit
ed to the number drawn at the tame Urn, aad ew aotil
all the prises are draw out. A eepy of the drawing m tfcaa t
seat to the printers, and after comparison th bwperint.
dents certify tb eorreetoee of the drawing. Th.ee Aw
perintendenta are sworn to perform their daty wtlltMl
fear or favor.
It wiil be pe reel red that In this alaa every arm le - -drawn
ont, and of eeare aotn person atnst get th.et; r"-
drawing Is sent to every one ordering tieeet. Th priau"
are payable thirty days after drawing, ia fall, wiUkswt atr
eoont. (W Drawing takes plac ery Sautrday. ,
IW- Order for ticket addreeawd ii. H. WINTEX,
Box oil, Nashville, Tcnn , will be promptly attended t
JAMkJ F. ryiMCK,Maagr. '
Jan. 10, IS'T. " Maceo, O;
nt3H uiaivAL or seasojabus boots.
SH0S A3D GAITZIU OS LADIJU,
LADIES Fraach Lasting Gaiters;
" - - " withlteela;
M Italian Cloth thick sole Gaiters, wita heel;
' " Cong res Boote;
" Fngtih Calf " - very saperisr; -
F reach Merecee and Kid Welt Boote;
M Cwocwl Bid stitensd Seoea, thia aele, very Ia
" kog. Cat, aid a Freocb alkioc hhoee;
(op. FreueA Calf Boot Boaktoa, thwk sole, Ht
M Fre nek KaabroSdereel Morale g flipper, new sty tee.
Cork Bole. Oversnoee aad Tottotte eilppara, A Ae.
M aae aad Children 'i drea aod thick sui altera, Boe
sdhhM,f French aioroooo. Kid, Woat akiasad Cad
Fine Prrsa, Bronard and Black Kid oiippers
. Th abv Slack 1 very aupener, a( wlJI be wld at las
pricva. JOUN KAMAttE.
dertO 41 Coilnf e street
C0?rEX-Ma bags fair aad prime KI CofiVsu Is Meew
aad I sale by W. H. tOaiK:v A CO.
STA R CA5DLXS-l'0 boa. Work A C"s Star Caadl
s bwxaa u.twoer's Talluw Candle, la store, aad
fcr salary W. H.I.OBPOH A U.
C0A? )0 boe PresoU's Extra Faity Soap, la ttrxs
O aud fee aai by W. H. UOSlKn A CO.
1)It KLESt AI.T1 AXO 4 I CI S Joet r
eieedby decs LU.XUdUJLlT A CO.
I hare new aiprt aasorliaeat of SMawaabia C
drwar,lt oooauts ef
FVtaer fiaaael, BhakevKnltt,
Srgoeia, Lasara Nosi,
l Saxeay, Araervaa,
Merino, Cashmere, ,
Laeelistlk, Canuta Flaaael,
Trilled Cuujo, lA.'l ef waica are swirfiig at lair
rate. J. H, l4OtU-
FEW Kebta, well wadded, (civd asd .W sal by
J. M. M ltX.n
TZATILLUtQ IS1VU A5D sfCTfLEZS.
A BtaVAUcajMa tea of awy rrareuiog ekaeia aad Mwf.
a x B.ra, ranTe4 aa4 lor mu by
J. ti. AtrulLU
TRnsrxi Aa Titina.
JCST rewaewd a snotty W tes e. Leatae Traaka aad
Talia,aa4 a large m ed keef styles, aJ aav aaie lew
y A. SI. SBcasititk-
v jxx nzs A??a rrrxis-
JC8T rwsvived every vaatety af vraaa, 1m aad tteeka.
J. U. AegGlU.
LaiW aad eeaUeaMss'Faraiahlnf Cure, eorae W taw
BaaafwaadCoUege street. dec IS
'II1SKT. 0 bbl Desa Aarora, WhUty,
mt . ay wiaert uia seuutcay
nv noai v9 fwinea
! stave aad Bar sae k W H. GCRDuf A Cf
PCICIirMilsuM reaches s in la their ewajaicst
la ease Toaaattoew. - -
19 ease Qreen Cw, m m m m m
la rar aad ftar sei ky W. C. COS ON A CO.
SfAl.TN-An rrt, Fsirbaaka eeiebrsl d tntaal,
FlaMforaa, Coaater, aad tj recere' Scaea. la, tefaad
tor ssJe al st.aa.evtirT.rs prkre by th.tr a ata,
eWd W. a. laviv-. N I CO-
S t i:. A AiS sterk ef liaara A Uarat1 eWebreaad
Wefcieia Patent Fire Pwf Salaaa OiUr tor a at
9acty trtat aad" freight, la sane . e ky t ir
aow. dor W H boSW.I A Cv.
tlCftAS 11 " P"1"- aad C!uce aew tntt
a.J i 0al rd(d SUiV.
lj uw en 1 i.r mW he
st m torow" ""to l'letrv.ewis
'.. .' "
t e Mk.