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&QLZXX Local awl Commercial Editor.
1 'siay Morning, January 15, 1857.
f TO AUVIJit riMiUS.
eirculaii'-a of -the Taily and Tri-Veekly
of the Fatiiot, conrtuaed, exceeds largtlv
01 asy otter newspaper printed in Eashville.
thB0 eaitioa lhat are generally used for
tiriag The Fatiiot therefore, i tha best
Using medium ia the city. Other nevta-
may have a larger weekly circulation, but
; icaieiitt io not get into the weekliei un-,-aier
a special contract-
iTKR "Maks and Faces." If the rush to
' aeater coutiuuea to increase is it lias began,
be no room before the week U out to
.'.lie vit-itor. For the past two nights the u-
Lave been of the most fa-hionablc Slid in
IS .' character raoet of the beauty and Intdli
1(1' t.ie city (or a lair representation thereof,)
j assembleii to partake of the rich intellectual
(t rnmic bsnq let ppn-aJ for their ei joyincnt.
evening the fair artiste will 6tep from her
J of tragedy, flir.g !own ber txjwl hhJ d ig-
lr,d seizing the raa-k and viol, impersonate
'"-.hearted, gifted, and witty W'ffinton, io
i r'lliant and univereallv popular coui'-Jy of
aad Faces." We predict for tbi beautiful
I ven a more numerous auditory than has yet
' ? ftiiahtd this engagement now too rapidly bus
! 1 to a Goal cone on Saturday.
chaiactcr of "Peg WofGngton," Miss Da-
( 2 .
UCI UIIUIHUb IIUIiail'U VI I II V ICW
I cb tragedienne, Rachel, and in the native
; ('toftbat orld-reno!ied artittc.
T Peof. Hale icturea s?ain to night at the
, 'wbTicrian Church, lie will be aaaited in
by members of bis claps.
I a r. c . . tu - i " I
i I ft" I KlrFIHTT run oa . I HW l.v-llin.iu VI
jf "us wishing to invest capital in city property
; cted to the advertisements ol Mr. E. U. Glas-
1 into-daj' Patriot. They offer n excellent
rtonitr to purchase a city Louie, or to make a
' ; specula lion.
1 ll i w rt. i Ml . .1
y ine Lttve ;oc company win meet una
lag at 10 o'clock, at thi Merchant's Eichange.
Ltson's Tkn Dollar Skwino Machine We
examined this novel machine, and mu-t pro
"A it a mechanical curioeity. It combines all
ood qualities of the roost expensive machines,
those of cheapneM. extre me simplicity and
Vility. Its woik is well nd rapidly executed,
e U no cumbersome machinery connected wi'h
mplement, and it moy be operated by a child
perfect ease. The whole machine will occupy
pre space on a sewing table than a lady's ordi-
: work basket. It mut brcouie a common
ihold implement, and c predict the day wiil
: when a lady will as little think of doing witii
icr sewing machine as she dow does of btr
ose wishing to examine this machine, can do
)y calling on tbe Agent at the Sewanec
tj .' J.H Si Mooitlf'8 MACHIKK SnjP AND FoCNDRT
.aj i'm eatabliblimeDl may be put down as amon;
W-Ott imporunt manufactories in lliia city.
i 'having been through it before yesterlay, we
, i "grca
i 1 ,U of
'rrratlv curnrMod al it a mairuituile and the
c J o
bu-tiin'S done w ithin iu confines. We
! conducted through the entire tf tablishment
e of tlie proprietors, who kioiily rhowed us
kirious departments, and gave m all the infor-
La we desired relative to the machinery, ap-
Laents, and business connected with it. The
y and pcreverence poiweseed by this enter
j firm is maiiifctit in every portion of thia mu
)ry. I he mtroJuction o! various maenmea
!he speedy accompl'fliincut of what would
wise take days of patient and unremitting la-
he syitemiilic arrangement of all things con-
d with the ealablirhuient and the advantages
e successful prosecution of whatever is to be
convince? the visitor that these gentleman
VftMid their business thoroughly, and ponstt-s
ui-ite talent to conduct it properly.
the boiler yard the din of hammers upon boila
i v aiio u9 stages of completion, h deafening to
inaccustomed to the sound. Here ia man
ured every variety of boiler called for in
aatket, embracing steamboat, saw mill, and
ifactory boilers of all sizes. The foundry is
by where castings of ail kinds are maleinfeo
j noue iu the country. The smith's shop.
lirging room presents a Busy scane, cmpoiy-
large force of woikmen in fashioning and
ng such articles and Implements as require to
Lde wrouhtiron. Above these is the flnihing
where is found most of the machinery in the
Lhment, embracing lathe, drills, planes, kc,
iven by a steam engine. Ou tbe floor above
i patren shop.
e work of this extensive establishment speaks
self. They have built a large number of en.
of various sizes and rapacity, among which
Lay mention, those ot tne boutn anviile
I Ifacturing Company, Penitentiary, McCotnbs
Lr.elius' Furniture establiahmeut, kc. The
es on the steamers Commerce and Sligo were
by this firm. They cau build engines of from
16 inch cylinders. We were pleased to
that their trade ia constantly extending and
fsing. A trade in Doners ana engines as wen
er kinds of machinery, has been built up by
in Georgia, Alabama, kt.
tue idea may be formed of the extent of the
tea carried on by this establishment, from the
thai irom eight to tea tons of metal ia used
j week, and some filty men are coattantly m
ed. It is to such eetablifhmeuU ttiat the city
lk in great measure for iu wealth and im.
nce It behooves ber then to extend every
juragemeot in ber power for their success, aud
auiae thum instead of sending elsewhere for
machinery ai they can furnish.
W" Mr. Hugh CriwforJ, the husband of
Lira. Crawford who forcibly took Lercbil-
Jrotn tbe orphan asylutu at Yinceiir.es,
a few days ago, where they had been
y him, had rmbli.-heJ aQ tflidavit ia
ennes Gazette, in which he ssys that
is au abandoned character, that she
. J her children, and that khe ia alto-
unfit to have care of them
LiEAOra. We are informed lhat the charter
ipned yesterday for a sailing vessel to depart
diately forth San Juan del Norte; with Col.
and his company, and a number of ot tiers
re readv to emigrate from here now. it is
vied that at least S60 men will go out in this
ner. CoL Titus pays a Urge share of the
lef party eul of bis on resources, and the
-,'ee tiaa oeea luae ep ny autcripuoii among
i i . .
rienoao ' rnJ. . v. r w
A. J. FRANCISCO,
Q MAS Cr ACTvRBa AID PK1LH IM f .....
HATS, CAPS AND
Ma. S3 I'Mbllr Kaiiars
N.isiM ii.t i:, n .
Ol'K IIOLIUAY HAT.
K are He tm up tome brautlful i'jie of the MOLE
tKIN U AT for the boll Uy. Ih.oe who are rrkili
iio( taaiv l adurn U.eU ramaens wiU c call
(ni:ne lhw axauUkl Mla at Oi W Kmf-e'Hi.n,-,
uh ie N)ure. detkd A. J. fKANCi.-Oi.
LADIES' DRESS FURS.
-1 HULllA Y GIFTS
Till: i.ADtl .
F.iJK who are di-pow4 to make Chrlntmai or (Cew
Veara Pr-nta to their friend , awevt h.wU aait
nimt boar la mind that the moo apprpriat piwal
'.'a an occaiioa iaa haod-arat rlTror ri R-.1 W
.udon hand aeverai aaMKiral tt, bo h (r taJies,
, and Matrons to which we Invito H i aiu-mi' of
, auud and ftieadt at the lUt and Fur rmporlam
' decS" A. J. faANCUtCO, U Public In, we
K Alt K-K'TA"JTI.Y HFCK1V-S"
b lnf aomeintns new to ttoft HATS. Lee
b tti'lf to be foufid at ttia raahioaabl il
rerf my it '
ill.OlitC.'V" It AT A.a AI'S
trj varietr and aiyla, to which we inrile the atue
B of tba Ladiee. rmCf),
to faohiooable Oatter, tl Public jua.
HMI ALHO., Jaatrsived K.l,al
let. I kl-tJllT.
STEAMBOAT AND EIVES NEWS.
Iloati AdrerttHed to Leave (Uia DT
SALLIE WEST, Corbitt, Cairo.
Co KB ITT,
DP. R0BEP.TS0N, Leak,
The river U about ftatioaary at this point with
Cant three feet water on the shoals.
The CVy of Uun'tvilU broke ber rudder on her
downward t.ip, at Cumberland bar, which detained,
her. She is probably at tlie wbarl this morning.
The J. G. Ciine is expected to-night, the will
leave to morrow, st 12 o'clock, for Cairo.
For Cairo. The Cue passenger steamer SallU
West will leave for Cairo this morning at 9 o'clock.
For speed, comfort and saf. ty, she is hard to beat,
while the Commodore in the office, and tbe resi
dent citizen of Elgeficld, on the deck, stand unri
vailed for attention aud courtesy to all. Get aboard
early, as she will leave punctually at tbe hour.
fg We uudtistai.d lhat Charles Millar, famil
iarly known as "Charlie" at tbe St. Cloud, is short
ly to open a store on Cherry street, above Deade
rik, for the sale of groceries at wholesale and re
tail. Charlie is both energetic ai.d clever, and we
have no doubt of bis succtts.
Rltcbnkd. Yemrday we were as much sur
prised as pleased, to meet Mr. J. Thurston Black,
the artist, bo vii-ited this city last summer and
executed a large number of pastel portraits of our
citizens. He a ill probubly tcon open rooms for
Gkocekiks at ArcTioN. A l-rge sale of groce
ries takes pLce this morning, at the store of Morris
k titration, lle'ie is an excellent opportunity for
retail and country dealers to replenish their stocks.
Extra Ph avium liatr. T. 1$. Coleman will
or - at his stall in the market house, on Saturday
n ,1i i
ine next, that extra premium beef raised by
Craig, of this county. The animal weighed
2.6U0 lbs. There will be a rush for steaks on that
day without doubt.
A Nashtillk Plat. It U hinted in private
c'ucles thut a tew play, written by a gentleman of
this city, abouuding in local hits and being a satire
upon some of the evils of tbe times, will be pro
duced shortly at the Nashville Theater. From the
acknowledged talent and literary attainments of the
wiiur, it is tafe to predict the succets of bis ef
fort. Thoe who have been permitted to peruse
poi lions of the manuscript, speak iu enthusiastic
terms of the merits of the piece.
There was a large attendance last night at
Odd Fellows' Hall, to witness the performance
given by the Robertson Dramatic Association. We
shall speak more at length of this entertainment
Gii.iikkt k Co. The card aud advertisement of
this auction aud commission firm will be found in
another place. They keep a large aud general as
sortment of goods on hand constantly, which they
ire selling to the highest bidder at their regular
sales, and at very low prices at private sale. Pur
chasers may depend upon excellent bargains at
this establishment. The indefatigable aud clever
J. V. Gilbert is ou baud to do up the 'clean thing
M m Pavenpnrt ha the honor to announce that ber first
and Obi; Ilci.efll will tako place on FRIDAY hVLMNQ,
JAN. 16, on wli'ch occasion he will appear in two charac-
t ra MiBaikkT Lixaoan, in "Lore'i Sacrifice," hb4Me
oaar, In ihe Uie "UougU Diamond," it beiuj poaitiraljr her
latt n:f-'bl in Nabville.
Ckoor-ek's Mii.linekt EsTABLnsiiMK.vr. Yes
terday was the Fall opening day ot the above
establishment, and prompted by a desire to
see something very nice as well as to be iu
fashion (as nearly every body, we thought,
was there,) we went ahmg with the tide and
looked at the large and fine display of millinery
and fancy goods there to he seen. ilr. Crooker
has brought on a very large and varied stock,
embracing all tlie articles belonging to the
trade, of every style and quality. The 6tock
of bonnets, flowers, ribbons, trimmings, head
dresses, &o M far beyond what we expected
to see. The finer qualities of t hese varioussty los
of goods are indeed superb, surpassing any
thing we have ever seen. The bonnets, par
ticularly, we look npon as the prettiest things
in lhat liue ever introduced to the notice of the
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
his stork. tf.
(MIXED REAPIXG AXD MOWING
ill A CHINES,
i on sa IE n r tub undersigned a t
JOIIXSOIY & HOUSE'S.
1J. F. CIIKATIIAItr,
Jn7 General Agent for the State.
IHK partnership of W. T. H. GRFEKFIFI.D A CO.,
I haviuf eipircd by limitation, mt liav? this day sold
onr intereatt in the vntirr atock of Fjrnituro, Carprtinir,
Piano. c, to TU0.MA8 H. G'&KaNKIKLD and J MS
FATTiRSiiN, whom we take pie nure in rrcomnirnuinf to
oar old cuftomera, and doubt not thry will givt general aat
lafacuoD to all who may tavor them wiih a rail.
W. GBI' NnEI.r,
JarS A. A. FRrKMAN.
AU thoae Indsbted to W. T. It. Greenfield Co., ara
Invited to call at their old fUnd and iettle.
NEW I- lltTI.
v. . Minnnj.
GREENFIELD & PATTERSON.
ntVINUpnrrhaaed the entire Stock of Korniture, Cr
prvag. Oil Cloth, i'laooa, Ac, of W. A T. H. Green
field A Oo .and hartn aUd aaited the St.K-k of John l'a'
terton, with cur new parchaa, wa bare now the roost e
trnaive aaortment oteTerylhlnic in our line ever offered to
the citiwrmit N4ihl! e, and retpectrullr solicit a contina
anre of the favoraao liberally botowed by our friend. It
will he our aim to render the nimoat aalUfaction to aU who
may he pleated to call on a.
la UfcEINTIELD A PATTERSON.
THOMPSON & CO.,
EEMOYEO TO K0. fl9 COLLIQZ 8TKIET-
OCK verv exiended and eonttantly Inereasinf trad re
qulriii)t more rooro than we had at our oar old Hand,
we have remorrd to the ;-. ou and elrpant (-tore rrerct
r erected for a on College Street, where wa will be
ba;.py to are our Meudi aua cuttoiaen.
m e alio take thia oorulun to aay to the puhllo that w
will eomluue our very luecewfui Hrxleui of rapid tales at
a small advance on coat -and aa we eat-ci to great iy
lnrrv or future purchases, we will of ooara be oablrd
to bur chrai cr, and ci.cq jeolly eel I ebeaer Uia ever,
ami if our ruetutnera will inaugurate the New Year by a
pr.mpt K-tLU-ment of t' acroutiU of the fast, tbey n.ay
annripate (Treat thin In th future In the way of novellire
ao4 iMtrpaiua. We h..e, thrre!re, to hare an early ell
from aU oho are lnicreelad In their own welfare and oura.
THOMPSON A C.,
Jaut So. f to.lrire Street.
v?ioo m:vAK i).
RAX A WAT from the aubaenher, rending (a 5ahTlllo.
Trooenaee.arwat rhe 1 j-t if Oeu tr ll, a dara roed
Mrtro Irian named JIM. raid Nrro Man U abutit ttt teara
ol apt, wwhaahuut I'i poonda, U afcovt i feet hih,eaka
pleaaaully when poi en t . (raid Ner tw fura-abed
with a paaa to find a maeier, by a. W. Btroea aboottb
time he left for Arkansas) and dl 1 Bui retora.
1 will g! the aUif e reward aaid boy, whea take a
nr eonhaed In Jail ao that I get him.
deel la K. A aARKre.
S S O 9 O O O ! 2 !
TO BK DISiRltiL'TIU IS
Swan aV. C'.o.'h ldOttcry,
Ta l drawn at AiIauta,Jau. 0, 1857,
la which are embraced th following
t priae of 425.000 f
1 1-r a ot I 0,0001!
1 THae of I 0,000!!!
1 rra of lO.CHo:i!!
1 trt ol M.OOO!!!!!
I Pnaea of $ ,oot !!!!!!
AM Att Ac
TOiola Ticket! alOj-Halve ti; QaarUra, 2 60.
MO&t TU AS OSI PRIZE TO IVatV T3I TICK AT a.
Addraa order (or Tickets to
a. SW AH A 00 , Atlanta. Ga.,
S.t AV, MonigoBvary, Ala.
f X. T!arik.S.
JanlA t a N a, abU a. Teas.
Vlrt Class Itoardln House
iVtt 3i C ED A 11 STREET,
KAf H VILLK, trKMJKI
Til I gubarrib- reieLfu!ty tntriraa the 1tisaa el 5wa
v:lia aud rta vicm'iy that be U ao prtpartd to aooe-
B.odiK alt I lie Day B &rarra il-i w J; c til oo ttian. Ins
Lo .ai It alwaea wra lo tba leaning tonsaiuuny ; ,d
bo.'.at ihtt hi frienita and aciUalnkoes wui lii bim a
e I i.tii t!;iy ait the e t
tl aw . wuin.13 Agnat.
BY THE NATIONAL L.INE.
Reports orniahed by the Associated Press.
Washisgtok, Jan. 13. Senate After a Ions
debate, a bill was pasted to pay Mary Ret side about
f ISO 000, due to her late husband for aervices lor
tarrying tbe mails twentj -eight voting ia tbe af
firmative and bltee? io tbe negative.
On motion of Mr. ColUmore, tbe submarine tel
egraph bill was made the special order lor to mor
House Mr. Morgan's resolution was adopted,
instructing the committee on commerce to inquire
into and report additional means, if any are neces
sary, (or tbe preservation of ve-srla from ship
wreck on the coasts ol Long Island and Htw
Tbe consi leration of the President's message
was tben re&umed.
ilr. Biughaui charged the President with inau
gurating slave policy iu Kaunas, and was very fee
The message was referred to the committee on
the whole State of tbe UnioD lion. Humphrey
Marshall in the chair.
The bill for reducing duty oo imports, and for
other purpose?, was then taken up.
Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, discussed the principle of
protection to American manufacturers, which be
said was intended to be applied incidentally in the
Messrs. Florence and Morrill offered amend
"Mr. Bowie 8opported the President's views in
bis late annual tnvesage.
The committee then rose, aud the llouse ad-
FURTHER DY TUE GEORGE LAW.
Niw York, Jn. 13 Mining news favorable.
Markets dull. There have been large arrivals of
goods for a fortnight passed, which were stored
tor want of a deniund.
The Oregon Legislature organized December 1st.
L. i . Grover was elected speaker.
A battle was (ought on the 21st of November at
Puget s Sound, between the Northern Indians aud
the U. S. steamer Massachusetts. Twenty -seven
Indians were killed and twenu-one wounded ; the
rest surrendered. Only one man on board of tbe
steamer w.is killed.
A Seminary at Eugene City was burned on the
20th ol November.
At San Francisco, Jose Y. Lyman ton was arrest
ed for an attempt to defraud the United States of
lands iu lhat city, by means of forged papers and
.Dales are received from Panama to January 8d,
and Calleo to Dec. I lib, and Valparaiso to Nov,
3otb at the latter pluce markets were dull, with
large slocks of mercnandize.
Peru. The revolution was progressing.
Gen. Yivauco, the leader of the tbe movement,
was received with enthusiasm at Aragulpa.
Several provinces declared in bis favor.
Arica was attacked on the 24th of November by
the steamers Leo and Aparmac.
Business was completely paralysed.
San Jcan Dei. Noktk, Dec 22 No tidings
from t aiker lor some days.
Scott had quarrelled with him, and stopped run
uiug his boats.
Walker bad seized for his use, all steamers on
tbe lake and river.
A letter from Granada dated Dec. 1st cays that
tlie Ll.urcli at Oaudaloupe was still held by 200
latikees who relu6ed to surrender to Bellosa, al
though subsisting on horse flesh and destitute of
They were to be attacked immediately, after
which the bulk of the allied army would proceed
to operate with Gen. Cauas, against San Juan, at
V irgiu liuy.
Tlie loss of the fillibuMers since the 24th is stated
at oUDt: that of the allies small.
Private letters state that the Indians st Ometape
have risen against Walker, aud killed 12 fill; bus
Walker with 150 men attempted to retake Gre
nada but was repulsed.
Luter advices Irom Kivas to Dec. Mb, says that
Walker lud ai rived witliin one league of Kivaaand
was preparing to attack Gen. Cauas, who had 600
men, wt-11 supplied with provisions and munition
A few bku'tiiisues had taken place between tbe ad
Walker's men had scarcely any fcod, and were
dying otl daiiy with dypentary.
Morse, the American commissioner to Bogota,
proceeded to taithatena, in a British steamer.
A. B. Corwine is ofiicially recognized as Consul
from the United States at Pa ram a.
Washington, Jan. 13. The Deputy Sergeant
at-Arms lias ie It lor rew lork. to pummon wit
nesses for the Committee to examine the charge?;
of corruption. Several members of the Bouse will
be examined to morrow.
Speculations in the land of the Pottawattomie
Reservation are about being made by the people
of Lawrence, Kansas. It i.-t thought that (Jovernor
Geary will bo empowered to prevent them, as in
the rase of the Shawuee Reservation.
The President, at the close of bis administration,
will go to Cuba via Charleston, for his wife's health,
aud lo make a tour through tbe Southern States.
IIarrishcrg, Ta., Jan. 13 The Pennsylvania
Legislature elected Simon Cameron as Senator on
the first ballot. The vote stood Cameron 67,
Forney 58, and Foster 7.
The New York Herald and Post's correspondents
say that illiers has declined the Embassy to
Washington, aud that Lord Llgin will probably be
St. Locis, Jan. 13 The Legislature of Mis
souri elected James S. Green, (Oe.ui.,) Senator to
Congress for the short term. Tbe vote stood as
follow: Greeu 89, Benton 84, Kennett 32.
New York, Jan. 14. Flour 6 20a6.40 for State
6.95j7 2.S for Southern. Lard active, at 12J. Wes
tern rujss pork, 20 50.
New Orleans, Jan. 12. Cotton advanced T;
Middlings from range 12Jal2J; White Wheat 160
mixed Corn 75.
Cincinnati, Jan. 14. Hour S "5a5 80. Th
rest are unchanged.
"Chicago, Jan. 14. The Legislature of Minne
sota met on the 7th, aud elected John B. Bresbin
of St. Paul President.
The House had not organized at last ad ices.
St. Loris, Jan. 14. (Jovernor Polk(Dem ) was
elected yesterday to tbe United Slate Senate for the
The vote waa as follows: Tolk 101; Benton 21;
Gamble 39. Resolution to adjourn tbe Legiahv
lure passed the Home.
DAILY PATRIOT OrFICE, I
Jajicabv 14, lbu7.
Cottoh Tha maiket waa qnite active yeaterdar. Wa
beard of ealea of Dea l 600 bales at Hat Id.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COiimSSION HEECHASTS
1 r a I n factors.
MO. 20 OLD SLIP.
Refer to J. K. Bam, Kaq., Preaideot Bank of Char lee ton
g.C; Meaara. Joaa fu A Co.; J. W. Calowbll, Kq.
J. T. P,rTB, prrtidenl Baas JlepabUc, New Vork. ; V. K
8tbvbbo, Naabetile. Iaac3 m.
CA Sll AND CUE A P S YSTEM AD0PTFD
(rrsson's Model Clothing Bazaar,
NO. T UNION 8TRr.IT NASH VILLI.
With aa entirely freah itork ot
It c a i -t a u c-C, 1 o 1 1. 1 n g
rBacaraaiav roa Btrotaca abd caiirBtaa.
Together wilh a eoiaple'a assortment ot
Gentlemen' Furniauing Good,
WHOLESALE ASD RLTaIL,
At (he Lowest CaI. Price!! !
decia lmo '
A. O. avrra. b. r. Btrraan. oao. t. bowlabd.
MlTIf, CilJTIIllin & CO.,
rci tR IM
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, ..
abb Aaars roa vaa salb ot
YIItIIA cl TK1 !J I'.xSI'R TOIMCro.
5a. 5C4 Eala Bt, Zttveea Second aai Tltird,
IOrrm fur u that peatoa of tee Trac ( jtL
U .a vhwei I heo.tytar Xmh of the Uk. '.?
aia Tnrupue orpoIUr tho tirrtiilufe, eRjUlnln f j'"l
about Vea Hntrel A ere. Th tract kaa alx,ui teiilii
tour haaJreJ mvh la iwvua, leaetrf ahoat UinM hua
dred arc o wooia, TB. wVile taely aJaitled toalock
I oul alto an abeat Tare lltndre-l al Tvtaty Aerea
fosifc "I bit preaeat re.4eaino. Irotklt.f ahout ! a a.lte
oo the Lekxnon TaropHe. Tbla iraot i aiao weU waletej
ad rewarkaaiy (aeoeetf "or atr rtuiaf.
Ttioae oeairMis ol ttn'ha.it.( aro rrf rre4 to Meeara.
U4i A Oroe-ti,of ftaaHm.le. lur tb. torata ol payaieet
teiVtiitrt trucuW loari)Uoa of tbeprvreriy,
Jaa -!. A. i. OOVlLMH.
White and Opera Kid GUm,
leaver litis ., a tart aasortsretl of Wluta aa
farty Colored Iu UlavM.
i. n. naxitu
'Pf nK 11. A !. at.ll.T.-l kts Tavkalai
A ai 4 aM la Mraa4 far sa-a kw ta eioaa.
. . FKkCil A ao.
l!lll--lair, tu aa4 ca Al
&C Set IT'S,
Eheumatina, In Its roost agjravated form, di.apoeart
from the system like frost before the lining son, WDen vab.
Tfa'a il H Miitoib is bfoojht to bear npon It. Thii
great purifier of tbe blood dives at one to the root of aU
inch diaeaae. and drives it from limb to liab, andjoint to
Joint, until Itaitrongbold is raptured, and it U forced oat of
the system through the porea of the ikio. Let the suzer ng
try it and become healed. janll-Sw
HollOWay'a Pills- Seekers of health, thoaa dyspeptic
or auBenng from weakneu, or dtbi.ity of any kind, should
take a eor of these fine medicines, which will quickly re
store thrm to health, as they never fail to cure if used ac
cording to the directiona which accompany each box.
Fold at tbe manufactories. No. 80 Matfen Lne,Ne
Tork, and No. 244 Strand, London; and by all drngeists,
at S5c, (2,Vc.t and tl per pot or box. JanJ4-lw
Great Cure ef Eheumatitm. The editors of the
Richmond Ktpublican, of Dec. 24. h, 1832, says that Car
ter's Bpaniah Mixture is no quack medicine.
They had a man in their presa-ioom who was affiicted
with violent Mercurial Rhecmatlrm, who was e ntinually
complaining of mi ry in tbe back, limbs and joint; his
eyes bad become feverUh and mattery, neck swollen,
throat sore, and all the ymptoms of Rheumatism, combined
with Scrofula. Two bott'ea of Carter's fpaDbh Mixture
cured him, and, in an editorial notice as above, they bear
testimony to its wonderful t Beets, and say their only re'
gretie, that all suffering witl disease of the blood are not
aware of tbe existence of such a medicine. Thay cheerfully
Bee their certificate, and notice in full arennd the bottle
BEST HAia DYE IN THE WORLD.
This is strong language, yet Boolb's Klbctbio Uaib Dtb
(recently improved) was proved to be ao, by the judges at
the late Mechanic's Fair, held in Boston, (among whom waa
Dr. Hays, the eminent chemist and State araayer) who
awarded It the PRIZE MEDAL AND DIPLOMA, orer the
choicest Hair Dyes on exhibition from all part of the Union
Its unparalleled superiority consists in, 1st. The ingredients
are nourishing to the hair, not destructive, as others. 3d.
Dors not stain nor hurt the skin. Sd. Is easily applied and
dyea the bair any color required, from a delicate brown to
a deep black, so natural a? to appear marvellous. Manu
iactured, told and applied by WM. BOGLE, 271 Washington
street, Boston. ' declO tillmay81
A PERFUMED B RE AT H. What lady or gentleman
would remain under the curse of a disagreeable breath when
by using the "Balm of a Thootabd Flowbas" aa a dentri
flce, would not onl y render it sweet but leave the teeth white
aa alabaster? Many persona do not know that their breath
ia bad, and tha subject ia ao delicate their friends will
never mention it. Pour a single drop of "Balm" on your
tooth brush and wash the teeth night and morning. A fifty
cent bottle will last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may eaMly b8 acquired
by using the "Balm or a TaorsANO Flowsiu." It will re
move tan,pimplea and freckles from the skin, leaving it of a
soft and roseate hue. w et a towel, pour on two or three
drops, and wash the face night and morning.
BHAVINO MADE EASY. Wet your shaving brush in
either warm or cold water, pour on two or three drops of
"Balm or a Thotoahd Flowkbm," rub the beard well, and
It will make a beautiful soft lather, much facilitating the
operation of shaving. Price only fifty cents. For rale by
all Druggists. Beware of ounterfeita. None genuine unlesa
W. P. FETRIDOE CO.
Bept2-daw6m Franklin Square, N. T,
Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
A speedy and positive cure for consumption. It is a eer
tain remedy for Pheumonies, Asthma, Spitting of Blood,
night Sweats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Pluri.-y, Whooping
Cough, and all diseases of the chest and lungs, together with
all the afections which pred:sposeto the above named com
plaiots. All persons who have used it in the above named
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.
Hear what the Hon. Jkhb Clkmixs says of its nature.
Persons who buy one bottie are sure to get a second.
II cnthtillb, March 6, 1354.
Gents: I have used Dr. Charles Williams' Pulmonic Bal
aam of Wild Cherry and Wood Nuptha with the h ipplest
elects. A negro man, now belonging to my father, who has
been for several years afflicted wi;h a distressing cough, is
apparently restored to good health by the use ot oua 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 Wilkinson A Co., Ilactsville, Ala.
Da. Chas. Willumr:
DbabSib: I take pleasure in giving my testimony to the
virtues of onr excellent "Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cher
ry." Having used several battles in my family, with de
cided advantage in every case, I can recommend it aa the
best and most pleasant medicine I have ever seen.
W. D. F. SAWR1E.
Tuscumbla. March 22, 1S43.
For sale by Kernan A Rains, Berry k Demoville, G. W.
Henderahott, A. R. Roscoe, Ewing k Brother, who'esale,
Josiah G. Brown. . sept27 iUw6ai
Tbb Rnoa or Art. In this wonderful age. Art lays her
master touches on allien t everything. The ceilings over us
and the carpets we tread on, are hallowed by Art. Art
winds tha railway through the mountains and the mud;
makes her machines of wood acd Iron, to act as if with
knowledge and annihilates sptce with lightning tamed down
to the tuteledge of a boy. Nothing Is too lofty for her touch
and nothing too humble. A new proof of this old conviction
has just fallen under our notice, In the shape of bCathab-
vio Pill, from the Laboratory of lhat world renowned
Chemht, Dr. C. J. Araa.
If we understand the subject, he has carried that article
to the farthest perfection of which It Is capable. In.ttead of
employing Drugs .n .ts composition, as we have always
thought tbe necessary and only way, he has with consum
mate skill extracted the virtue of the medicine to be em
ployed and ccmbined them alore in their purity together.
The composition is then mixed and rolled by machinery and
team power into a speroU p 11 which is wrapped in an en
velope of gelatine, for protection from the etfecta of weather
or time,nd then thickly coated with suar, to serve as its
passport over tbe palate. Notwithstanding all the labored
perfection they are offered to the Public at less than one
cent each. However humble the department, we think this
may be eafe'y characterised a the consummation of Art in
its line. MuruVig Ktw, Bait.
Are you Vetting Ilald T
Is yonr hair turning jroy T Do yoo wish to cultivate good
whlkera and moustache f Your hair to be soft, silky and
glossy f Year bead to ba cool, comfortable and free of nd-
rufff Mothers! are your children to have luxuriant head,
of hair f Then lt Bogle's Hvpbbjob Fluid, which tierer
t iis In Its unerring effects. Prices 35 eta, 50 cts, 75 eta, and
tl 50 per bottle. Bogle's Balm of Cytherla stands unri
valled for eradicating tan aad pimples, and beautifying the
complexion. Price 50 eta. Inventor and proprietor, W.
Bogle, Boston, and sold by Druggists everywhere.
l'ianoe and Mnsle.-Wi learn that Horace
Waters, of 888 Broadway, N. Yn agent for the sale of many
of the most celebrated makers of Pianos and Mclodeons, Is
offering them at prices which wa at) viae all who desire to
purchaae to avail themselves of. De ia also selling l is large
and well-known Catalogue of Music atone-tMrd-offfrom tha
rcgaiar pricea, and will forward the same free of postage.
His offers to the trade, teachers, and schools, are of the most
favorable character all of which ha wil ibe able to fill to tha
Utter, for having wisely adopted the cash system. Tha
Horace Waters' Pianoa are known aa amoag the very best.
Wa are enabled to speak of those instruments with some
degree of confidence, from personal knowledge of their ex
cellent tone aad durable quality. If. Y. BrangeliM.
ALL Bportamea who are ia want of a food and reliable
Gna, especially adapted for large game, Deer, Ac. are in-
vtua to cau at the store of Fall and Cunningham, No. 4T
Public Square, and examine "Sharp's Patent Sporting Rifle,,,
which In rapidity of Firing, accuracy of aim. and lenrth of
range is far superior to any Quo ever Invented, and unlike
any other ratent titan heretofore latroduced it construction
Is ao exceedingly simple that it ia aot more liable to "get out
of order" than the common Kentucky Rifle.
F. A C hart aiao a few Ehot Guns made oo tha lama Pa.
tent. yl6 6ta.
B not deceived by baa imitations. HEGEM AN, CLARK
J CO'S GEN CINE COT LITER OIL, never disappoints
and aia year' experience has proved It superior to all
others, and tb on'y reliable cur- for CONSUMPTION.
As then la a great deal of spuriooa oil la the market adul
terated with seal oil, whale oil, Ac, Ac, too much car can-
Bot be taken to procar the Genulr.
Oar Oil I made at oar own factory ia Newfoundland, and
each botll hat our signature over the cork, l careful to
get HasBMAi, Class k Co., for sine tb death of Mr.
Rcsbtob, ear late partner, there has been aa article Intro-
doeedeaurd Kuhton'a, which ia la ao way connected with
R.CA Co, or H. C. A Co.
tjii by J. G. Browa , Iwin Brau, and by Diogg'sta gen
rall ' oct27 8a
A Distinguished Stranger.
IIAItVriY. tl.e great raielphia ' CUTTIS," wing
ot1g4 lo aeek a more geaial climat la KKeqrse of
a-pa.rd st.eailk, bis located hisaacif at tor Kooaa-, It
C lar atravl, and will tai accaaerat aad ate coatoaawr
Castaa, Caastmer and Taatiags ia great variety, froaa chick
they may mI to tail tbeatetvee. Our 9ue la fen f al
kinds of KI:AI)V .IAD II CLOTH IMC. aad tb
Stock of furoiskiBf good waa never aarpaacoi In Haahritto.
KtU-V CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
V. H. iMEFFERT & CO.,
ISo. 52 Market Street,
leeoad door from tha Eqnara.
Hira rerv4 a karg aad actuates stuck ef tTAFLS
Drj C'osu's Cods, Slices and
waiaa wtB k-i sold low fee Cash. W have ala a lam W t
aa bab4, whk-h w wul aeli aader U Uartat Frloo fcr
Caaa. Ouvaa aad Vok. actft Aa. mii
iOl AD A.M TOA(.ri;!i,JM;i..lit
O m.h ataisti'a.
Auction Sale of Groceries
W. II. Gordon & Co.
OX WEDNESDAY, 14th January, I85T, we will offer at
Public If ale, in our nsual quantities
136 hhds common, fair, prime and choice new Sugar;
40 bbts powdered Sugar;
5t bbls cfio c PUnUUon Molanea;
50 hf bbla " " "
bacs fair and prime Rio Coffee;
8H) brxea Preacoti's Family and No. 1 Soap;
IimI boxes Star Candler.
SHO krgs Sboenberger's Nails, all sixes.
With various other articles.
Terms of Sale:
AM sums under 1200, cash; all sums over $200, and un
der 2,t, 60 dara; aU soma over 2,H, 0 day credit,
for approved bbdobsid notes payable in one of the city
jn W. n. GORDON TO
AUCTIOS SALE OF G0CKIES
33- T. ATM I I-!Tt cfc OO.
WE will offer, with liberal pri-iievev in front of oar
Store, on Saturday. January 17, a large assortment of
Freah Groceries, consisting in part of the following:
100 hhds fair, prime k choice 53 bbls Old Rye Whirky,
Sugar. 85 " Brsndy and Gin,
40 bbis new Molasses, 80 " Lincoln Whisky,
20 do LoAf Sugar, 2n0 kegs Nails,
20 di Crushed and Pow- 75 boxes Viririni Tobacco,
dered Sugar, 10 do Smik'ng do,
800 ban prime new crop Rio 50 d"isn Burketa,
Coffee. 20 bMs Mack rel,
150 bags choice Bait. Coffee, 60 kits do;
100 boxes Star Candles, 15 frails Almonds,
2K) boxes Tallow Candles, 10 b s Pecans,
1000 sacks fine Salt, 20 doxen Wash Boards,
100 boxes Che-se, 1"0 boxes Cuba Cigar,
100 do Raisins, 10,000 line C'ignrs,
60 X do do, 100 groM Q art Flak,
60 X do do, 50 do Pint ro,
100 bols Magnolia Whifky, 10 do d do,
100 Dean's " 10 di Sd and fa Biandy
25 " Old Bourbon " Bottles.
Together with all the smaller articles to make op a large
t T The above Groceries are all fresh and good, having
ut been received from New Orleans and Eastern Cities
and will be offered in good lots.
janl2 td B.LANIER k CO.
Auction Sale of Groceries
JOHNSON, HOSN & CO.
OS THURSDAY, th !2d, tost., at 10 o'clock. A. M., we
will offer for cash, in front of our store, the followine
articles, to which we would invite the special attention of
the trade :
100 hhds Prime and Choice Sngar:
4 0 baits choice KioCoffc:
lot) barrels Molasses
RO bbls c-oshel Sugar,
200 bbls Whisky;
COO Ream Wrapping Paper; and snndrv other article.
JOHNSON, HORN A CO.,
n 12 td . Corner Broad and Market sU.
Large Auction Sale by
TUABUE & LUCAS,
NO. 74 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN
X7I will Bell on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 20th and
Ii 21rt, on account of all concerned, a large and well
aborted or stock or Staple and Fancy Dry (.noils, Ready.
Made Clothinir. Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Soft Fur and Cas-
simere and Wool liats, Hardware, Cutlery, Queenaware,
Wrapping Paper, Ac. The Stock consists in part as follows:
CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES AND VESTING S,
Jeans, Tweed', Kerseys:
2,000 pieces Prints, assorted kinds;
Rd and White Flannels;
DeLanes and Caimeres;
Merinos and Alpacia;
Plaids, Alpaca and Solid Delaines;
Debuges and Poplius;
Black til s;
Plaid and Brocad Silks;
Emliroi'liTHil I'olUrs and Undersleeve;
Jrunts and Houk Muslins;
I.inen ar.d Cambric Handkerchiefs:
Cotton Flannel, Towel and Table Diapers;
Needles, Pins, Threads of a 1 1 ind;
Wool and Cotton Hnisery; Silk H osier v, le.
And in fact we will offer almost every article wanted in a
BOOTS AFD SHOES.
OurPtork of BoU and Hhoe Is nnusnally large; we
have Ten Tnousancl Dol ars in Boott and Shots, of he best
kinds, and almost every description of Boots and Shoes
CLOTHING AND HATS.
A good assortment of Coats, Pants and V.nts;
Fine I.. U. fr.irts;
Su.'pen.l-rs, Cravats, Gloves, Ha'f Hose;
Under th rts, Ac, 4c:
toft, Fur, Cassimere and Wool HaU In great variety,
10 box-s Axes;
10 d' ien Shovels and Spades;
2 0 setts Kniveand F .rks;
Pad Locks, l'lain:n Ritts, Ac, Ac
15 crates Queensware, assorted in crates of common
ami gntn te ware;
Wrapping Parcr, Letter Paper;
10 bore of Tacks assorted, 100 papers In a box.
All of the above goods are consigned to as without limit,
and will be offarea freely to Merchant" onlv. Terrn liberal.
jan8 ' TKABUR Lro tS.
Araluillc City Vropcrty
-A-t rvxTolio Auction
XN pursuance of a Deed of Trust, exreuted o me by J. C.
Leak, on the 14th of March, lS5r!, for the purpose of se
curing certain debts therein set forth, I shall proceed to
sell, at Public Auction, for Cash, on SATURDAY, the 81st
day of January, at the Uourt House Uate,ln the
city of Nashville, the following described property, via:
A llouue and Lot at the Corner of Broad and Market sts.,
being lot No. 1 ia the College Lota, now occupied aa a
Drug Store bv Kocce.
ALSO A lot of Ground In the city of Na'hville, front
Iig4li feet on Spruce street, being lot No. 8 in S. V. D.
ALSO. A vacant Lot on Cedar street, being lot No. Tin
AlSO 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 Nashvlle,
fronting 54 feet on College street: J. B. Watson owning th
ALSO. -An Interest of $3,500 In a debt due from Jesse
Pane and recured by Peed of Trut.
Sale to take place wilhin th hours prescribed by law.
lanft Id R. A. COLE, Trustee.
31. 31. HEXKLE, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT L. A W ,
OFFICE NO. aa CHERRY 8TREST, UP STAIRS, THE
1INK FORMERLY OCULPIEU BY DK. THOMPSON.
t'W Particular attention given to the collection of Claim.
C All business entrusted to his ear will meet with
Judge J. 8. Brikv, Kev. A. L. P. Gaaaa,
Dr. J. B. MoFaaatlf, W. A T. H. GaauriaLB Co,
Libwlbv k Cbocbrt.
TN0. E. EAKIN, formerly of Nashville, has resumed th
. I practice of law in the several l.aw and Kquity Court of
ifBTiruao, txirru and raiss.ua oouotie.
Oolleotiona will receive promot attention.
tgT Pout Oft aad reoidanne at Warirao Depot, Bed
mni moan atilt tf
A. O. UUtrTT.
WOODS & MEEEITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OfSea No. o9 CherTj atreet
D 11 . II . 31 A R T 1 N
NO. 8 N0ETH SPKTC2 8T.,
o-f iWANllVII.I.r.. TF.it.
DIl. JOHN II. CALLENDER,
will devote himself to h's profession.
OFFICE WITH DSS. KELLY & MADDIN.
SO. 39 C1IEIIKY STKLLT, I P STAIRS.
DR. JOHN II. MORTON
RESPFCTFCLLT teoder hi Professional ServieM to th
c It! sens of Nashvill and vicinity, Olf.ce No. Cl Cher
ry street. Jane dly
Tennessee Plow Factory
1 rilM Clnwa of tba boat materials and in wartet.
iM Wrnoahl Iron and Stesl Mould Boanie; right and
left hand I1o. A- W. PL' f NAM, Proprietor.
tskw saaar. Manager.
ORDERS handed me for Pittsburg, CaaclnnaM, Loula
villa or St. Louis manufactured (ioods will be prompt
ly attended to. OSic al K. L. Weakley's, Corner Broad
and Front sLveU. declv D. W. KCd."KLL, Agent.
f EAT ri TXKII1 W. have four siaea of Baa.
iVX sage Cutters, by which on hand ean prepare aa mack
Sausage Meat la on hour a ean b don in a day ia tb old
BAUSAOS BTSrrZXS. Machine fcr Staffing Baa-
sairmu o sisrs.
POUND CAKE PAS. vaH.w. .it-s and patiaraa.
JELLY AND FUDDIS0 MO'JLDS.
COFFEE GRTTQTJES AND BEGUISS.
TEA AND C0KFA.E POTS, Hi Tin and Bilttaaia.
8tCP T0aEE.V A5i COFrES TE5S.
COVtEED DliHES. Victoria, Double iom and Isa-
OY3TK VlsnZ', rU JLU rlVUUr 3, atC.
CHAtLBEit SETTS, varioaa an 1 e -rol patterns,
decll MACKH.NZIK WILSON.
rXf AAA BC?ariJ dried f.Bi Peaehe and Ap
JJ,JJJ plea; i.Wi lb tilinrar; Fcathr.
for vt.ick th highewl market price wi.i b paid.
actH St. C BANDY.
R. C Bandy will keepaonstantly oa band a laraw lot af
Flour, af vartoa and supwrior brands.
Di EDFTS H. JOHNSON,
OCCCXiaTAND ACRIsT, OF WrMPHU, TENNIS! I" K,
UflLL visit NaahtUK aad b found at th City Hotel oa
Palrav.th lh Jaouay, to rasaia a few da v. and
give aittioa lo ail ducaaaa ol Ui te and IU pra-
uons, in aaaptauoa cr amncuu ac , ac
Ut tar Laaap, a coriouainalraaiaBl for datecUac th aa.
tareol diaraaea of Ih lar, ky throwing a streaas af pore
Hgfet aatar inwth Car as la Draaa or Tynpanao Mesa
brao eeaitlea hia t dxtcrmit. th k.ad of dueaa xUun
Ua Artificial tttt are froia th Maoafactory ar M. Bota-
oaneder af Paris, waiea took th pna saedal al th
World's ExRibiOoo, Uwdoa.
Dr. J brtog Waumooiaia aad tetter of rehreac frm
Physar'.an aad ciiaaaoaal Uemphla, which h- acwre all
toperaa. i a ar
rWlLL act aa Agwal Ibe sack Boats aa asay fkvwv as wtth
beirbaiiaea. vi&m at kw L. WaW', Career Broad
aad Fraal Kma, D. W. AL&SiLL,
. .' ifwt
85 presents for the Holidays
'"Pil KB I la BO'.king as aocvatab! Ibr a W.Jay peeavat as a
A fwrlact Ltftrti of ear frva.is. tumt Utli g.eaa
Slwald pxcared a eaxij a peaaiiie ai
AMBaOYTPES A"D Wr.LAISCTTPr', M ' aac
far U. aoaail sua. ui Mtmu, Ui( eecaui prortxua.
a JL1 rrj!Zr.
U'Sr.Hr-v a rv,
l - r- Vi .
RATES OF FREIGHT
FEOK CHAEL2ST0N TO NASHVILLE,
TO COKTIRUB WITHOCT ALTBBaTOa OITIL TIB
First Day of June, 1S57.
Piano Fortea. Books and Stationery, Boots, Fhoes aad
Hats; Liquors, oils, Ac, in bottles; Camphine and
Spirits Turpentine, in bbls.; Carpeting, China, 6!as
and Ulassware, Cigars In eases; Clocks, Conf ctiona
ries. Cotton C ards, Cutlery, i n cases, casks and boxes;
Dry Goods In rosea and bals Drng, Frnits, Fro.il
Trees and Shrubberv, Fnrs, Garden Seeds, looking
Glasses and LookingoGlaja Plate, fat owner's risk,)
Oysters in cans and jars; eaddlery.Tin aad Brittania
Ware, Teas and Spices, per 100 lb $1.15
Hardware, except snch as i- st cifid in First and Third
elaes; Coffee Mill, Machiner ; Foreign Liquors, ia
bbK, and pipes; Tobacco, in'boxea; Leather in rolls
and boxe; Ul'i, in bbls. and caaks; Crockery and
Qtieenswar in crate and casks; Rice, Whiting,
Plaster, Sheet Brass, and Copprr, per 100 lbs 1.M
Axes, Shove's, Spades, Sad Irons, Zinc and Tin, in pigs;
T n-plate, Anvil, Vices, ciuks of Chains and Hoes;
Manilla and Cotton Cor.Kgs; Coffee, heavy Ca tinga,
M!!l&earing,KailroaUWhee:s and Axles, Chains and
Spikes, and &osinin bbls., per 100 lbs..... M
Fnrnltnre and Carriages boxed: and other l;ght article
not enumerated ; also. Carboy of Acida, or other
Chemicals, will be charged bv actual weight, bnt at
donble First Class Rates, per 100 lb H.aO
Have every package plainly marked with name of con
signee, destination and depot of delivery, attention to thii
matter prevents delays and losses and insnres a speedy de
livery. ADVASiTAGIS AND FVCILITIF? OFFERED BT THI
Goods consigned to the Aireats of the South Carolina
Railrovl at ( harleston, will be forwarded "Freof Coro
miask.n" drajaee, wharfage ar.d potge only charged a
bill ot which ith amount cf fre-ght paid vewel will b
mail d toconsiirners. Mrk packages, cars AgentS.CR.
R., Charleston, 8. C.
'Ihe South Carolina Railroad will advance shipper
charger, ao that those who prefer consigning to a Commia
Mon oouse can do so, and hive their expense-bill payable
All freight for Nashville and Stations on th Nashvill and
Chat'anooga Railroad are -nt from Charleston by through
Trains only, and Shippers may rely npon tbe utmost des
patch and promptness.
The Rate from C h irleston to Niihville will at all timea ba
as low as by Savannah.
I am authorised, and will set'le prowpllv any ovr
chargesand d imagt a that may occur on this line.
In caeof lost or missing gocds I will t.ke chary of any
correpondence necessary lor their recovery, and if not
fonnd will pay for the same wilhin thirty days after notice
is given at this office.
Merchants along the line of the Nashvill and Chatta
nooga Railroad will bear io mind that the above rates ap
ply to all roods from Char'enton, which ar to be delivered
at he following Stations, ii: Stevenson, Anderson, Dech
erd, Tullahoms, Normsmly, Wartrace, Shelryville, Bell
buckle, Fosterville, Murlrtesboro, Smyrna, and Laverane.
I shall be pr.pired to give every explanation and infor
mation desired In regard to fr. ight and expenre-blUa.
Correspondents may rely upnn prompt answer to all in
quiries; and every attention given to business brought un
der my supervision and control.
CHA3. W. ANDERSON, Agent,
Jan9 tf No. 26 College st , Nashvi le.
KATES OF UttlliT
ON PE0LTJCE TO CHARLESTOIi.
Feathers and Wool, per 100 lbs 11.4
Beswax, tiinserg. Pink Root, Rope and Bagging,
Hemp, Star Candles, Soap, Lard and Linseed Otl,
per 100 lbs l-M
Leaf Tobacco, per 100 80
Whisky, per bbi 8.00
Beef and Pork, per bbl S.&O
Flour, per bbl 1.4
Brooms, in lots of 60 dozen and upwards, per dosea... l.t
Cotton, per bale .' 4 00
The Agent or tbe Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
will sign receipts at the aLove rates until the 1st of Jane
A deduction of one-fourth the abort rates will glv th
rate to AnguUa, Georgia, on the article above si acifled.
For information in rrgard to rates on other artie'e not
sptciQed above, call on or a.'ilrrsa
CHAti. W. ANDERSON, Aeent,
jan9 tf No. 36 lolleg atreet.
WES I'KiO FltKK'II T AE.CY FOR
THE CHARLESTON LINE,
also roa tub ilia rana
NASHVILLE TO COLUMBUS, OA.,
(via a-v mist )
miles nearer th.an any other Route.
oifiti; . 2($ oi.ci:iK sniEETi
OVERCHAR'iES by the Charleston Line promptly ad
jus'e.l at this othce. Ir-(.in demring information a
to rates ot freiitht Kaxtvsrd or Westward will be furnished
with Tariffs upon application at t-e office, or by mail.
Go'-ili from St. Louis, Louivi le and Cincinnati, to b
sent toCharleton,8.C.,Aiiins;aand Columbus, Ga., Mont
gomeyy, Ala., or other Stations on the South Carolina,
Georgia, Atlanta and LaGrange, or Montgomery and West
Point Hailroails, will be forwarded Iree of charge (except
dray age) when consigned tomcat Nashville.
Drayxge from the Itiver to the Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad Depot is contracted for at three and a-balf cent
per liR) IM, and will not eicet d that rate except oo lot of
freight less than 1000 weight quantities less than 1000 lbs.
charged 35 cents for the lot
jan9 if CHARLES W. ANDERSON, Agent
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
" EcriBi.mMDKT'B OrncB, N. A C. R. R-, I
NiSiiviLLS, Jan. 6. 1o7. f
ON and aft r Monday next, Uie l'2:h inst , the Ticket Of
fice of the Nashville A Chattanooga Railroad will b
rtab!ihed at No 46 College sirert, under the Sewaaee
II lel. The Otli will be open at 7 A. M. and closed at 9
o'clock, P. M. Pa-sengers should p score Ticket be for
going to the cars. H. I. AN UtRcON, gupt.
C. L. ADkkiH), Ticket Agent. JanK tf
T. D. )dick. ao
QUICK & MEAD,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Flour and Feed Store,
NO. 11 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET.
"lfniTE WHEAT LOCK, Unbolted Floor, Bnek Wheat
V V Flour, Seconds, Miorta, Bian, Corn Meal, Rye Meal,
Oats, Corn, snd Rye Hominy. In store and for sale. Will
be delivered to any part of the city frre of charge.
QUICK A MEAD,
jans No. 11 South College at.
15 STORE AND FOR SALE.
fnn PACKS of extra hulled BUCK WHEAT FLOUR
t-UUll QUICK A MEAD'S,
JanJ No. 11 South College si.
MR. DO LB EAR,
FROM HIS ACADEMY IN NEW ORLEANS.
Respectfully iufornis the Ladies and Gentle
men of Nashville, that he will give lesaoct on
AT THE SALOON OF
WESSEL & THOMPSON, 42 Union St.
In a few lessons Ladies are taught to write
In a neat, eay and rapid manner, and Gentle
men in a bold, rapid, bnainesa style.
Hocrs from 9 to 11, A. M., and from 2 to 4,
P. M., add from 7 to 9 at night.
Persons from the country can finish tbelr
lessons in one week.
As Mr. D. will not have time to call on fam
ilies, he hopes that all who desire to join Lie
classes will make early application.
To persons acquainted with its merits, his
system of writing needs do recommendation,
but those unacquainted with it, Mr. D. refers
to the following remarks and testimonials, la
stead ot teaching Penmanship merely as an
imitatire Art, an experience of twenty years
has enabled him to reduce it to the certainty
of & Science, so that being guided by InotaUdgt
instead of random practice, pupils from six to
ixty years of age, can, in a short time, learn
to write with
Ease, Elegance and Rapidity.
So accurate is his system and so nniform its
success, that after witnessing its effects on sev
eral hundred pupils in this place, the lamented"
Alfred Hume observe, '"I consider it but justice
to say, that I believe it not only the bett syt
tern but the only ont deserving the nmrjte for
by strict atteutina to the rules given, any per
son may io a short lime, acquire a tree, rapid
and elegant Land.
Such M. D. believes will be tbe opinion of
all who tet it merits, and an experience of
above 12 years, (montly in New Orleans) since
the above opiuion was expressed, Mr. D. hopes
has detracted nothing from the merits of his
system, or hU skill in teaching it.
dec 16 tf
AT. BKADSIT AW and A. V. RUTLA5D tav aarehaa-
d f-am Mrra. aVsTT k laMiaa.L their entir
toe k af Boot, Fha, Haia, TraaSa, A , aad sroald r
tpceirally tnfcria th.aki patron of tha lata arm aad la
pabl'e grnvrally, that th y lutrsd keeping at tb eld stand.
Ma. H, Coil'i Street, a aril atleeud Retail rtca tat La
die.', MrnUeiaafc'a, and Cfc-lir.n' vear. ahich tha Ul
sell for CAM! aad CAMI 0LT. Vt hope, ay acne ea-
trouca ta kaalaea, la saitt a share .1 th poWi t'J-
HA TH0 disposed of ear ?ik f Boot, Cfcaaa, A ta
t Maaara. BuMiiv A KuTLaaa, a lax great alaaa
re la racotamauJug iaai 10 ta aid troa af U Ua
Sno, aad heap Iwr laia a share of lb pairvaag 1-y
aaaiiegtrai. aSeArOM A DAanlALU
VALIAULL- ITllllfVr CITT LOTS
Oft Lot raat!Rf aa Map'e treat, tS faat, raaalng hack
10, vilh a op.rj biics I'Miiiag, asaiaining t of I
roen. aod CtMara, B oke tU,Ai.
AIo.aaa I at IroaU-- U4 (vet aa Ia1 sirvat aad IM
bet oWcp viih a aa4 tar atury St ark Uaaaa, eaauiatef t
v Id ro,arviat o kilchea, A a good tt,aauA
haaaa.A. aia tuU Bariy Mt alia skraixry, d aad
frail Uaaa.a-4 mi kasaU a a a latio crata. Ap
piyta Nisi'l A ) I A ar
ar HU. t WANCt
frrJ fwJ farm. aJ intfrovad, ctaaAvUia.
a iarg t aar af acta provi lata. - -aerai
harara lota, 'rau S to 15 aarv. aaar th slty.
TaMl aiig tpar aa vili 1 ! t 1 axaaaa
) KAXCal A WoOUWAatD.
Bi)Xtfl4 lfcyj )u rei'. and ine sal. fey
wit X . 0I:ao.l,Biay.
Cii rtSll-aur, ktl aada-h at
SVAN & C0.S L0TTERE1SI
CAPITAL PRIZK $50,000!!!
The folloirlng Scheaie wiU be drawn v-v F. Fwi J Cow
Managers of the FORT GAIN ACADKMT LOTTKRT.af
6ejr?ia, and tha fOUTHSBN MILITART ACADKMT
LOTTKHT.of Alabama, in aeh of thtlr Lotteris fcr Fes
To be drawn In th City of Mobile, Alabama. I bh
SATlKDAVi FEB, Tt, 1837.
To be drawn In the CHy of itlacU, Georgia,ln pabllc.oa
TUIKSDAY, FE1I. lath, 18J7.
CLASS 23, "
To be drawn in the City of A'laot, Georgia, ia pabrfe,
BATTRIIAT, I-1ET7AKT 28, 1857, oa te Tlaa 9l
30.C0O Tickets i 3,230 Prizes !
MOBS THAU 05E PEIZE TO TVY 10 TICT8.
1 Pras of. SMWK) I JJ
1 u 1
' vo roo is
' lii.WK) is 10,0-V
61M O ia
' T.lXiO U
1 .W0 i
' 8 IXW ia
' 4 0i-0 ia...
' 1,KH) is
1 190 are
' 90 arc.'
4 priirs of tIM Apxm'g to f50,(HM) pr s
4 H) " la.fHKt -
4 - 1.K1 - 10.I1OO "
4 " 80 - 9,i00 "
4 " 45 M 8, 00 "
4 " SO 7.000 "
4 - ,V - 6 0WO
4 00 M J.OK) "
4 " 4 " 4,'t
4 " 4 " S"00 "
4 " SO - 1,10 "
4 KJ - l.thO
8,0W " so are
. ... 4
3,2G0 pnte amoantlngto 104 OOO
Whole TickeU , (10 ; Halves tS; Quarters $2..
PLAN OP TIKt L0TTIRY.
TheNumHera from 1 to8,K0, corrrs-,Knding with those
Nombrrs on tha Ticket printed oa separate slips of paper,
are eocirckd with small tin tubes and placed io on WheeL
The first Hi Prises, similaily printed and ensirclrd.ar
plaetd in another wheel.
The wheel are then revolved, and a nomber ie drawn
from the W heel cf Numbers, and at the same time a priaa
is drawn from the other wneel. The Number and Pria
drawn out are opened and eqhiblted to the aadience, and
registered by the Commisaioners; the Pris being placed
against the Number drawn. This operation I repeated
nntii all th priaes ar drawa out.
The two preceding and two succeeding Number lo the
drawing tbe flrat 12 Priaes wiU be entitled to the 48 Approa
Imation Prises, according to the achero.
3,00 Prize ol 20 will be determined by ta
lat figure of the Number that draws the IM.OOO Prlaa.
For eiample, If Ihe Number drawing the 5 ,ikjo Prise enda
with No. 1, then all the TickeU where the number enda la
1 will be entitled to tiO. V the Number enda with No. 1,
then all the Tickets where the Number ends with 1 will ba
entitled to t'2t, and so 00 to 0.
Certificates ot Packages will be said at the following rate
which ia the risk: '
Certificate oi Package ef 10 Whole Ticket fl
" 10 Half
- - 10 Quarter- t
IN ORDKRINO TICKETS
Knclone the money to our addrr ss for the ticket ord. rad.
on receipt of which they will b forwarded by first maH
PurchM-rs can have ticketa tnding in any Agar they may
Ihe list of drawn number and prises will be sent to pr
eharrs immediately after (he drawing,
1 Purchaser will please write their signature pla
and irive thir post office, county and Mate.
fr"Kemember that every Priae ia Jrawn.and payable la
full without deduction.
far" All Priaes of 1 1,000 and under, paid i mmedlately aft r
the drawing other priaes at the ual time of thirty day a.
All communications strictly oinfldential
Prixe lickeu caahedor renewed in other Ticket at lttr
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates ihr to
8. 8W AS A CO , Atlanta, 6a.
Janl2 or. 8W AN, Montgomery, Ala.
Koyal ilavana Lo tt e r y .
T'lIE net ordinary drawing of the Royal Havaaa
Lottery, conducted by th Spanish Government, aa
der the supervision ol tb Captain Ucneral f Cuba, will
tak place at H-vana.oa
Saturday, January S4th, 1S57.
s ss7oo o-
Sortco uinero 575 Urdlnarl.
C;t;l Wi.c lOO.UUO lo?.
t Prtaeaof a,0PS
" - i.ioe
70 - - tx
149 - " !
) Annrovimatlons.... T.loS
A Inn tltn tn tha SliKI.OUt). of lkxi each: 4 of 40 t
M 0N- 4 ol H) to 20,"K10-, 4 of 2IH) to 10.IMM1; 4 of 300 to f(t,Xe
Whole Ticketa $20 ; Halves 10;
Prise cached at aigiit at & per cent discount.
Bills on the Nashvill city Banks taken at par.
A drawing will ba forward sd aa soon a th result be ea
Communications addrad to DON RODRIfitTKS
(care or City Post, Charleston, 8. C.J antil January S4th,
will be atara.led to. Jan. S td
Havana Plan lottery.
By Authority of the State of Georgia.
rASIM.lt COfNTV ACaiETIY LOT
tl TKKY CLASS 8, to be drawn at Coacaav UaU- Macon.
Oa under t e sworn snperintendence of Col. Uaoaae M.
Looiaand W. C. ADaau, l-q., oa K-lurdjr, 1711k
Jau.a 1X57. -
8ATTJBDAT SMALL SCHIMX.
15000 Numbera Prises payable without I'rrluction.
CAPITAL PHIZt, t5,OOOl
1 priae of.
aaoa aa a
..f 500 are.
.. loo are..
.. M are..
,.. 60 aie.
TickeU, 4-Halves, i-Quarter 1.
PLAN or TUB LOTltKT
Pame as the Royal Lottery f Cubawith this difference:
tbe Havana Loiterj baa o3,0OJ Number Uii baa only
There ar two wheel, on each of which ther ar placed
two Locks. The Puperintendent have each a key to the
Locks, an ' the wheel cannot be opened unless both are
present. Ther ar placed in th wheel of number lia
tube containing diva of paper with tbe number from Me.
1 to 13,000. la th wheel ol priam there ara placed tia
tube containing slip of paper with the priea the
ranging from 16,IkA) to lit.
When the drawing taHea place, a hkh will be la public,
the wheels are uniocaed, and afier revolving them, a num
ber la drawn out of tha wheel of numb, ana at the saaa
time one Is drawn out of i he Priae wh.ri by boya with arms
bared to the aboukler and blindfolded the tube la slipped
off. and th auniber held up and earolUd, so thai the wbola
audienre ran see it the number I thn called off and reg
istered by the guperiute-denta. Ihe Pria drawa I credit
ad to th number drawn at tha same time, and ao en a a til
all the priae ar drawa aot. A py of th drawing I lbe
sent to th printer, and after comparison tbe Bayerinten.
dentscertify to the oorrectnee of ta drawing. These Ba
pertntendenU are sworn to perform their duty wit boas
fear or tavor.
II will b perceived that la this plan every pris ia
drawn out, and of course km person must get tam a
drawing is sent to vry on ordering ticketa. The prnwa
ar payable thirty day alter drawing, ia full, without dia
eount. gr Drawing take placvery Saturday.
order for ticket addread ta O. U. WINTII.
Boa 852. Naahvill, T.no., will ba promptly atuaded t
JAMK F. 1NTKR, Manager,
Jan.J 0,1 T. Maeoa, 6.
iilSE. ARRIVAL 0T SZASOaABLX BOOTS,
8H0-3 AXD QA1TX-S TOR LADI, -tUSU
LADIES French LaaUng Gaitera;
- - with heeh;
' ItAliaa Cloth thick o! GaiWra, wiUk beeaf, .
' " - Cong rea Boo ;
" Kngllrb Calf " very superior;
French Moreceo aad Kid Welt koota;
" CuroroJ Bid atitched Hoot, thioa sola, very Salt .
M Ang. t-t, Eid a Freuch Walaing f;
- aau.Frenca Calf Boots A V-saio. th-ck aole, r
" Fine French Kid Slipper, plain and wtth bocsieaj
" Fieack Kmbrowlered Morning rlij-ptrs, aw stylo.
Cork ikile, Overaaaea and Toilette slippers, ae.. A.
Misac and Ubildrea' drea and thick a 0 altera, BoaU
aadboe,or French Morocco, Kid, -oat Skia aad CaX
Fiae Drtn, Brieodaad a lack Kid ailppcr
Th. abut. BieoS at vary superior, a-d will be said at la
prkea. JOdN RAMA-K,
4ect0 Cattege Uet
("OfTEI- Ut I bag fair aad prim aio Coffee, la atare
aud 1 r saie by W. H.JtfORlH).' k OO.
CTAR CAILDLES " aoaa WrkACaUrCaadle
O lo bvaSa uuus ar's T allow Candle, la alore, aad
for aal by W U. UOF.DOM a
VJOAP Ha) suae Praaaott' tzar Family Haap. Ia atava
O auJ f aal by W. . UUKDu.i A CU.
IJIt KI.1..N, (ILnoi AD NI Cmjuatr.
civ4 0y deOA LUXOnt'ltT A U).
K bare aow a aapcra aaeoruaeal of i
derwear. It asoaiat at
ahaaer Flaaael, thak.r Kailt,
agova, L-maa' Woat,
Hoi faaoay, Araenan,
Unci stik, taataa Fiaaael,
Trilled Oouea. Aali ef whit we ar a. iaa at Ik
ralce. J. M. alaulLL.
VHW Roe,e aaiua-,(eivcit aadlacaal bv
J. U. Me .lLU
TRAT-LLlia IflAWU AS0 XTJrrLZ-S-A
iii.N wsi p4 mt aavy fravai-ug rha aa.l aa
I. Sara, r.e ived aad tut aaie by J. It. tac-lLL.
TRUIIKS A3 -ALISTJL
Jrrr reJvaal a aatatriy al au Treat aad
!, aad tla,t-itl aa aiy), ail
bf - . i. M. Mwll.U
-r. IlXXTlia A!TTt0CX5.
T Lr T reodvo every vanet i4 vrata4, rv aad '
aJ j. u. aattU.
Ladiea'aad GeoUemcat'FaraMhiag ara,araa tt ta
To Ceualry llcrc hanU & 3IiI!If ns,
r1 'HE i.iwcHW waaid rwsaeatftuly aasoaic la Kstail
A IVaitra, Muiia aad ta . that a ba laM retun iwl
fra Nea fart, vn a eafactad aa ef the targeak a4
Mt siMCkf ry aver breughl la tin any.
Tb.y ara bow aaag reeolvtd sad atmed r lb laapat
af Uk waa eWr M eaak waul ate er ratal! parch saaa.
etauaoed af taa taparwnty ia style aud aaaaiy af Ibaae
Oaada, aa4 4atrmlMd so ll lhm baiMr iaa sta lar
gaud wr-r aehtr sold ia eviU, k eoalOant y e
pac-i a libaral atvar af aablM pat-oaae-a.
aptad A. CaUvkA,Caie street.
H ATI NO daMrmia Ibv so as a iia pa-1 w try aad rva
or yoasg truaJ wo a daapaick and aat 'aa;ua w
tare 14 aruc,a wub ear eaur ew eMrk ml Tyt,
CuaVrctiuaary. F.re Wei k. a, Ao., W aaad I a aal at a
avani' awuca (iat aarauaa, II Maikas atrt.
are txitf' i'g uaa kr we e
C 1 !. Lar,.-a v li ' rt.
Ua M t.ttl
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