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T. U. GLEXX, Local 4nJ Commercial Editor.
Saturday Horning1, February 14," 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing the
lost Office letter L.ist.
The circulation of the Tally and Tri-Weekly
editions of the Patriot, comUned, exceeda largely
that of any other newspaper printed in Nashville
It is theae cditione that are generally used for
edTcrtisiaj The Patriot therefore, is the best
advertising medium ia the city.
I.xiFT.rsT Calkkdars. We ere nnder obligations
to the Messrs. llagau for one of tlie above conven
ient ertick'B. A preet doal of time and calculation
it, naveJ bj Lsviug tuch a r fcrecce hung op in the
counting room of an establishment doing anj con
biJcrbi amouiit of busiucn. The ebovo rm
luve some of the best ones c l ave ever eeen.
fP The coIIcciioi.B of the . harf master for the
tnoi.t'i of January amounts to J337.
tS-Thauts to SU-ckelfurd, of the dine, for late
St. Ljuii papers.
l We take pleasure iu announcing to tlie
frienJs of the 11 v. J. II. Eiion, L. L. D. that they
iust eijoy the pleasure ol two diicoura-'s. from Lim
on to-morrow the 15th iust., by attending tie
Fin Baptiot Church at 1 1 A. M. and 7 P. M.
friie wather jcsUrday was damp and un
plcaiant. A co!J rain fell here on Thursday night
last, and the skies have bceu more or less thrccteu
ing of like showers ever since thnt time.
17" A coKUioa took place veeterday on College
treet jist above Uuion, between a couple of re
lic ks. florae portion of the harness upon one of
the horses gave wsy, aud be sprang away from the
wiia to which he was attached; but did not es
cape. No d.imge of any consequence was done
to either party. The street at that point Las been
obstructed with building materials for some time,
but it will doubtless be removed soon, as the new
buildings in that vicinity are nearly completed,
Fainafcl Acciiiicm.-A young man by the same
of Ciison, of li-jbertson county, while unloading
bacon from his wagon, yesterday on College street,
nu t with the niUfortune of having his leg broken
iu two places by the kick of a horse attached to
the wagon. Medical assistance was immediately
obtained, and proper attention given, after which
be was removed to the Hospital where he will re
main until able to be Uken to Lis home.
Thi Watkr Wokks. The bill to enlarge and
improve the Water Works, after bein amended in
two or three minor particulars, Las become a law.
We have given it to our readers before, ard it is
unnecessary to stato its provision now. It is a
measure which has been agitated for tome time,
long needed, and will be s:i!l more required as
the city increases in extent aud population. The
plan adopted has the merit of not requiring the
immediate raising ol means by our people, already
burdened with taxation, a;.d alro of providing a
method of paying for the improvements ia a cer
tain length of time with little cost to the corpora
tion. 't3S The boutueru Uarmouists give a Concert
to-night at the Theatre it is the occasion of the
Complimentary DoneCt of Wallace Uaile.
Ckookeb's Mii.uneut H-tahliisiijsEnt. Yes
terday was the Fall opening tlay of the above
CbliiMislnuent, and prompted by a desire to
eee pomelhiug very nice aa well hs to be in
fashion (sis nearly every body, we tlionght,
vas there,) we wei.t hlong with the tide and
looked at the large and One display of millinery
and fancy goods there to be seen. Mr. Crocker
lias brought on a very largo and varied stock,
embracing all the articles belonging to the
trade, of every style and quality. The stock
cf bonnets, flowers, ribbons, trimming, liead
!rewes, &c is lar beyond what we expected
t see. The finer tjualitiesof these various styles
if goods are indeed buperb, 6urpHs'mg any
thing we have ever seen. The bonnets, par
ticularly, we look upon as the prettiest things
in that lino ever introduced to the notice of tbe
Mr. C. is prepared to adl in."inery goods at
wholesale as well a retail, and country dealers
desiring to purchase wil do well to examine
liia stork. tf.
T?HC II I Hi:. I have fle or ail 1 k -ly NKORO WO--F
MES fur her? fjrthr prr-eiit year, 1"7. Apply to
f-,i- tf W. L. UOVQ. Jr., No. f0 Cherry strret.
bargains j bargains!
IFLJHIO'JL.JLm 2 2 2
C. CUttiSOM HAVING KIMoVKI) Hlri
MODEL CLOTHING BAZAAR
TO NO25 CEDAR STREET,
Adjoining tU Post Cilici, olleri tor Ctuh his Stork of
Winter and arly Spring (soods
At a small advance on nett cost, in order to make room
for a new t ick of
CENTLEMEN'S FINE SPRING CLOTHING
(.iliij.ut . co.
TV hare Jut reci-lred, by Express, with orders to sell
without n-eerve . -
1- Kiue tSiiYer Lever Wa'chrs;
" I-fJiina do;
Oolil Lerr do;
' I..!- ii r d;
" I'onl.lo Time Huntii.g M aU-hrt;
' Itillwxy l.ma do on;
" l.xliea io:
nn il a-lortcj ttir,
AI.80. A frw si-tta of vrj fine Jrwelry, fir Utipi, Willi
'tbe Urjrrxt aMioitment of fine G.ld I'iutsud f ar lrois
ecr Imd t odrr. ,
Ttirab ivs not tit are warrantrd at rrjin-st ntl,anJ must
l- a l l lor rah, b.nh al Auctio') aud t rivatc Fuie.
( VT" Auclion ks evirjr inlit.
Join T. GiLanar Aurtionm-r. fr-S
THOMPSON & CO.
EEJIOTEO TO KO. 59 COLLEGE BTEEtT.
OURvprytxtendtKl and corntantly iurrraoinir trad re
quiring mere room lliao e liad at ur our old ttand,
we hae remoard to Of iai-uu and fk-i;' flirt rrcnt
Ir ere-td for us on Colli Rt fitrest, wbers ws will k
Lappy to -r onr f If mil tin cuatuu.era.
He alto take tliis occwioo lour to the puMic that w
will continue our very succeviful yct of rapid Sales at
a SCiall advance cn COit -and a we eipn i to ymtiy
incrraaa our future puribr, we will of iwuih t euabltd
to l ur eticaver, aud form T-icnt'y sll cl:eur n rvrr.
and if our customers will luaugurala the New Year by a
prompt srt'Jemerit of fie murU of the r at, thry p ay
ariKipaieirreat thins la Uia future in the way of novelties
an I barcaiua. He hie, Iherelore, to have an rariy ell
from all woo are Initreited iu llirlr own welfare anj ours.
THOMPSON A CO.,
)nn1 No. i Co l. gt tirecU
Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Iron Wares,
If 0.10 Broad St., and 94 South Karat t it.,
nasiivim.i:, I I
BK now rrcolvlr K one of the Iiik t
and re out ir:rable lota of Hove and
Urates of kll kit At aod patterns t..l UM
ever hem brought to the BiaikeU
'lioltsa!t iintl Iteiail.
AI'O All Linda of Cut H AN'1 bMEST laOJJ WORK
for all kiu'a of Maohinery euch aa, Meaiutxiatu, R. ! ;..(
M.l!, Furnacca, Kiuudariea, t'auuwkca, ha-lroa, ru'l aud
lit.Uiry W orka, Ac., Ae.
tiennato't aud bo-la Fimnti n.1 sod rrpalred at ths
alioiU.l Doiii. A Wiry fc not mteuU li t un Jrrx id by
any, ail would do rli I" rr ru a cad brfr urrbaln(
clM-ahTe. All k nua ol ub (ail la sulicilcd, and dau iOi
pmlni- 'III,.,, m unj, 1 S
MATRES3-MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER -
wa Tin ariEET, a txw i:uvs koktu or ths
co i roy fa ctor r, m.i jta l ry, ti:v.y.
WJQVl.V respectfully aunognrw to t:e public that re U
l V now prepared to etevui all oru t to abv line
wllh nealn-as and de-ptich. Alatrrssas mtle to eider of
Hair, Mass.tsjuck or C tiOO, and of U. bast ,atril, JI
gusraaues that, from hti know led ? of lit batiiirsan4 bis
laciliUas for prwnoriag taalnal, tie ran rsrruta, ord.rr lo
tiir abov line, ct,aapr tbaa any atiter esta'.li.r.mrut In tba
f.ate. He hopei b strict at ten tiou lo buaicea,lu piociua
.b"rai sbar of iailie atrotia;e.
f li tm FNkTT
SUOA&.-il ki d. I. r fnae, ana Lhwct nsw lu(at
tr b'jis Tow Jcrc4 i'uar. Xu store and fr by
lc2d Vt. U. buaOUji CO.
STEAMEOAT AND EIVES KEWS.
Heats Advertised to Leave This Cay.
V. K. STEVENSON, ScrsiER, Louisville.
J. G. CLIXE, Cartweicht Cairo.
ALEOXA, ........ Millfr, ...Mercphia.
A rucibcr of boats are expected from Louisville
and Cincinnati. Tbe river was falling at tUis point
C2T" The Ahonia, with her accustomod punc
taality, was at the wharf jestrrdaj morning read?
for return trip. She left last night for Memphis.
To her attentive clerk, Ben Ean, we are indebted
for a St. Louis paper of the 11th. She reports the
ice running very heavy from Cairo don. The
Miwisaippi fell at Su Louis on Tuesday night last
three fctt. Tlie Alconta met the Danltl Boont
at Hickman with a fina trip and "fljing like a bird
out of a lodJer stack."
I S. Since the above was in tvpe, we learn
freight bas accumulated to s ich art extent, the
Alcouia cou'd not get her load on last eight She
will leave this morning at 10 o'clock. She will take
passengers fjr the Ella, now loading at Dillrnan's
Iron Work j, for St- Louis, with Capt. Miller in com
mand, aud IJjnEgan the model cleik in theofiiee.
Passengers cau fiu J no better accomruoJatioDS. Get
tW The -Sir j.'otr, with Capt. Alex Frazier, in
command, will leave for Cincinnati today. Cjpt.
F. has long been in the trade, and is di-servedlj po
polar, place him where jou will.
The Fairy Q jeen, Rescue, Wenona, Bay City,
Denmsrk, Hannonia, Cumbiidge, Jo'in Tompkins
and the Seventy-Six, were announced to leave Cin
ciunati on the 10th inst. for this port.
The clerk of the Cline furnishes us with
the following raeraoreuda of the late trip of that
boat. It will be seen that she made very "fast
The steamer J. O. Clin left Nashville Monday, the 9:h
Inst., at V0 n iaute ytur 12 o'clock, landing three (imesand
ira le the run to Cla kiville in four hoars took tobacco at
Clarksrille and done an unnsul amount of wsy buiiDris,
and arilTc.l at ftni h'and early the next mornin? arrived
at Can oat hall pt 2 oe:o-k. The next day shipped pas
sengert and freight on he U. S. Mail Hacket Pennsylvania.
Meuiphi" pimLK't-rs git throUKh in about forty-flve boors;
New Orleans jiaifpncrs through without any ietntion
Patsenf.er (orf;. Lotia made connettion with the ivttlng
tra:ni. Jisachtd Cairo twelve houra !n advance of Daniel
Boon. FKAXK SilACii LKKOKO, Clerk.
DATE OF DEPASTURE OF ETJEOPIilT, CALI
KIA AND HAVAKNA MAILS.
FOR THE MONTU OF FEBRUART, 1?5T.
fIAVANA, (LT. r1.) 'run New York Feb. 3, for Havana.
CL.NAK1), ((i. B.) rrom Sew York Fb 4, for Liveipwl.
CAf.lFOKNlA,(U.l3.)fiomNew Vork Fli. 5,f,r Anpinvall.
UAVKK, (U. f ) from Mew York Feb. 7, for oathaiciilon
HAVANA, (U.S.) from New York Feb.7, for Havana.
CUNAKU, (O. K.) from Naw York Fab. Iu and Uoston Fab.
11, for Liverpool.
HA VAN A, (U. S.) from New Tork Feb. 12, for Havana.
COLLIN.11, ( I", b.) fromNew Yark Feb. 14, for Liverprol.
H A VAN A, (C f ) from New York Ktb. IT, for llaxana.
CUNARI) (U. U. ) from New York Feb. 18. for Llveip"oL
CALIFORNIA, (U. S.) Irom New York Feb. 2U, fur Aepin
J5R1.MK.N, (U 8 ) !rom New York, Feb 21, rorSoutbampton
CCNKD,(. U.)fromNew York Feb. 24 and Boston F.b.
f r Liverpool.
H AV A N A, (i. .) from New York lh. 27, for navana.
All letter to Frnnce, Holland and Bsininm nmt be pre
paid 21 cents by the Amei lean Steamers to Liverpool and
Southampton, i'le. by the dlract Su am. rs to Havre, and 5
eenta by lir;tifh bttamers. I.et'era to wi:ierli:nd and
liaiy should come uuoar the same rule to reach earlier their
A closed trail, consisting i.f letters and newspapers, lor
Slates and Citiea of the (itrman-Aaotrian I'oul I nion,
and Ucnmarl, Norway, Sweden, I'olanl, Kussia, Greece,
Ionian Lilrndi1, ti.. Uaent from this rll'ue setri-wet kly.
. IjAAC V. FOWt,KK, f. M., New York.
lA'e.t India Islands will be sent by this Steamer.
COMYED REAPISG ASD MOWIXG
FOR SALE 11 Y THE UNDERSIGNED A T
JOalYSO.Y & HOUSE'S.
JI. F. CIIKATIIAM',
Jn7 General Agent for the State.
RKS. PANACKA; one of the bett famil remedies now in
ute. It baa b-come o k'brated as a peneral remedy,
and it pwnliarly tfli'-acious in colds, eonjrhs, sore throat,
bronrh al alli-ction, ditpop-i, colic, diarrhi le, cholera and
chronic diseases. This remedy ii wonderfully adapted to
fma'e di.fae. Kvery f irni y ahon d keep a supply. Price
1 per bottle, and aliberaldiacouul by the doan. 1eb3
) G oolIct's
TrGVTVl.v. LINIMENT ia not surpasaed by any other
V Linlinrnl for efiicacy, and hu rivon grneral aatlsfao
tlon to all who have inadetrialof iu Many experienced pen
t emen declare it is the best they have seen. An experienced
Physician affirms ti.at lhi Liniment is decidedly prelerahl
ta any ether, be ause it is more prompt in aflortinr the ob
ject designed in its ure' as well as more plea-eM, and the
rrowt cli-i nljr lie liaj ever seen. 1'rice per bottle H5e per
OINTMENT f. ro!d Pores and turns, or wherever the
ueof a Salve or Ointment Is indicated, will be found
far prrltTHl b-to at y other. None who have made a trial
of Din yrent di'c ijer.v, but ff.es ki ol it ir. the m-st enthu-ia-t
c terms. I'rice per box 2.V,or fl perdosen.
1 he above invaluable remedies may be oliined from the
Proprietor, Nashville Tenn., Cherry street. No. P; or from
the pnnnpul Orupg;u rf this ci'y, and all the important
towns in tba Snuih and West. Al , at the Ptiippina; DejHit,
aP.iuitli Love A Cx's, No. 18 M irket street, Nas'ivilie,
ROYSE & ELVERSGN,
NO. 20 PUBLIC SQUARE, SOUTH SIDE,
Entir X.-w and 7ioi,-4 SUxlk (if
cloths, cas;imi;i:f.?, vestlnus. DKILI.IX03,
KEAD Y-MADi: CLOTHING,
And a full f lock of
GfntIrmfns, I'iinii!iiii Goods.
HAVINU pure! asedour (1 wds under the must favorahla
e rcuini-tanre., ve will offer (reat InJue- menta locvh
or punrtUiil time dealers, and soiioit I mn the trade an rx
amii ation of our atot k before purthm'na elsewhere. We
would ca.l apei inl stuntiou to the assortment of ( loths,
Cassimeres and Vestmns, whM'h we will make up to order
In the latr.'t tl.ihs and warrntel to fit or n rale. W
alxo c til sour attention to our itoek of Urady-made Cloth
in, manufactured cXre-ly for cur trade, which ws are
d urrrolned Pi scl! theloaet-t prices, aid thereby merit
your patronage. Wm will trke plcaure in sWowli.jr our
coods and proving onr a iatrtions at to prices, qua iiy, Ac.
We keep evi ry thing usailiy kept to (ientlemeiis" Furnish
ing Ktora , aud e w.ll fcave, in a few il;oi, s'o.-k of II yt'
Oloibing. ROY.'K'a KLVKUfdN,
N". 20 Public S tuare, routh SiJo.
W ANTFD A few rood J o? n.yiucu none but koo,1 ones
need apply. Iibfi 2a K A F-.
O O J. Xj ! ! !
sewAnee mining and railroad company.
'1 M1K road of thlt Con'psry i now under contract to the
1 Wuoten Mlr,e, funds jr which have been raised In
New York by the aa e of a part of the Compunys prefer
K..r f jj'y equipping li s road the Company require ahoot
the sum ol lii;jr ihou.and dollars, and the cit:amsof Nash
ville can, if they wish, have iheprvniege of subscribing
lor the preferred stock at Ihe Hank of Naahville, where a
fub-cription Pock bss been left containing a list of Uia New
Yoik subscriber) H.arrs of tl a preferred stork are sc Id
to sulocntc-sat ths rata of Ave dot ara per share par
value ten dntlirs- rtraalug Interest at 4 per rent, on par
value, or S perc-nt- cn cjI, payab e aemi-anLua!!, over
and above flir dno's ou Cxpilal bioca, with a bonus of 13
percent, of re.rrved stock ttiiown In on amount of pre
ferred i'K'k tokta.
Ail tubscnticra to the reserved or preferred stock will be
kfurn'shed Willi Coal iu preference and without clmn,e from
pnees thai may It established, to all others n arket rates
will be charged.
n l.uu.iici cars will bs ready on eotcp etion of the
rosd, aula supply of Coal will always bs on band to an
swer sl) den.i.a however jrcat it may be.
tAUb. K. TRACT,
fab lia. PiesiJeotScwaaea Alining Con psnv.
HOUSE, LOTS, FARM AND NEGROES.
HOOt: AMI L'U'oa tl.a corner of Cedraod -e
ViiiL stmt Is, out of tlie nost pieutnt Iws 1 ,ns -In
tbeeilv. Also.taa b l.4 libit, HouseUoldaad f'-'
(INK VACANT LOT, onor,i thenrw Bspti.l Chorch,
on lil'ef t HIM. fr ntmg I J fti t on Coiless street and run
n n; bck to an alley between Cullcge aud Uaiaet street.
B-uUlul,ol.i u and a great bargain.
S! AFAPiM, S
t,,l,t mtles Kas'ivfie. on M -Crorie'a rrerk.eeolaja.
log If f. acre, eoa f iruMr imprveueM, tbrsa tiever-lail-lug
stsMngs, rrveial bun li. J tbo.ie trua trees b.anng. and
Ai ana t cb:r moic than aough lo pay for its who,
T0 NfinOM-A frsl.-ale cock, washer aod Irnrer,
at.d a very 1,4 tt,oc jmrt i n,t
aljec wnl te !i Vrry c e Api.lja a Inf. f i VliU,
at K . M-Nalry C 's.or J. V kict i'Mb,
VAU .viii.i. i.Mi'iit i:uiii v J.a7a
ONF I.ctfrnnt'rgay.r'sirt, ,0 feet, raoelng bark
11, with a !upetb Mr. Iti,,0((, coabaimog ar 14
rvowts, a good CMcra.Kai-ite li u.s.Ae,
AIms ne let fr.M.ng S Irat u fesrl street aad 194
fal d-TTwltUao-t l.u ,u ry bIKa hou eoauiomg
or 10 reon.s.srrvst.ts na.,W4., . , rt a..,
fcanae.Ae. U 'ih lots Bu.-iy ,.u sb.ut.try.ha4 aud
frait trees, aud wiii Is luiiss i'.,,,i.i:i (U,rmi
P'J MSCt a kiHiiiWUD
Jl.a M. Ml AKtU..
r W M. L. N A t V.
farsral gsvJ farsss, wsll jar-roved, sar Naskvlll.
A large turaber vf.Ma provsd lots.
rWveraKjaidcn Wis. 'roui 6 m li acres, asar Iks elty,
Ttioa tsUu.g bsparctiM will 4a wail lats'l snonra
) ANir A IX)'JWAB,
f A K H PLOW of aa U.l asatss-
sA r. at 4 lit ai t vsikii f r ' r i-m-
w r.'tgtit Iroa attdM'cl sluulil Jsoards: -
r.gt.l and kit kaoSIViaa.
A. W. fl lSt riolTtf.
laua. Caaal, Uuu. .tatl tm a.t-aAT
BY THE NATIONAL L,IN.
Eeporta Farai&hed 6y ths Associated Preea.
Arrival 01' City of Baltimore.
Advance in Cotton.
Nw Tore, Feb. 13 The teamr City of BaN
timore arrived here at uiiJnight, she brings Liver
pool dates to the S8tb. I
Cotton has advanced 1 16 to Sales for two
days 15,000 bale. Market steadier; middling Or
leans 7; middling Mobile 7j; middling uplands 1
BreadatufTs declining, hugir baoyant.
Consols for money closed at S39o, and tend
in ft downwards.
The eutimisbion of Persia is rumored.
Tbe steamer Niagara arrived at'Liverpool oq the
Cotton market, January 28 Sales on speculation
and lor export for the last three days, 9,000 bales.
Manchester markets unchanged. Wheat firm.
Flour quiet, Corn dull, lied Wheat quoted 8 to
9'; white Wheat 9j9j 10 I. Western Canal Flour
31s 6 J. Baltimore and Philadelphia Floor 31s 6ia
32 CJ. Ohio Flour 3435s. Yellow Corn 33 6d
aS4-; mixed Corn o3j35s 6J; white Corn 34s Cda
Provisions generally unchanged market bare.
Lokdox, Jan. 27. Money decidedly more striu
genL The steamer EJinburg, from New York, had ar
rived at Glasgow.
It is reported that on the British forces taking
Ecrdhirev, after two hours btmardment, P.rfii
submitted to tbe demands of Great Britain. Lou
don papers do not credit this.
This recent news of the burning of tbmese fac
tories is not credited. "
Humors of a modification of tbe British Cabinet
The ship Confederation, reported heretofore as
wrexked, has broken up. The master, mate, a boy
Ferrouk Khan, the Persian Ambassador, has had
an interview wittwKapoleou. Tbe Emperor's reply
was tion commW.ai.
The Emperor of Austria has erantcd a complete
amneety lo the Lombard and Venetian Provinces.
The Conferences at Constatinople respecting the
Principalities have ended.
The Turkish troops will now replace the Aus
Portland. Me., Feb. IS. The steamer Anglo
Saxon, from Liverpool, has errived. Her news is
St. Louis, Feb. 13. The river is fslling slowly
and is clear of ice. There are indications of rain.
The Missouri river bas fallen two feet. Nothing
has been heard from the Illinois or Upper Missis
Pittpbcro, Feb. 13 noon. River, eight feet
water in the channel and failing. Tbe weather por
WHgKLiKO, Feb. 13. River, twentytwo feet
water in the channel and falling. Navigation is
Cincinnati. Feb. 13. Flour unchanged; whisky
declined 22 J; mess pork $1 8 50; groceries active.
The river is falling slowly.
WatHUiGTov, Feb. 12. Wilnon offered a reso
lution iiibtructing the committee on post office to
enquire into the causes of the repeated failure of
mails between New York and Washington which
Pearce offered a resolution directing the presid
ing officer to appoint a committee of three to make
the necestary arrangements for the reception and
inauguration of the President elect adopted.
Crittenden tilcred a joint resolution that the elec
toral vote of Wisconsin was null, being given in a
different day, thin that prescribed by law and
onght not to have been counted among the electo
Alter a brief debate the resolution was laid on
the table. The Senate concurred with the House
in the rnuluiion for theappo'niment of a Commit
tee to infurm Buchanan aud Breckinridge of their
House Alter an ineffectual attempt by Wal
briJe to )a the question on the table, it was a
dopted. Dunn ottered resolution declaring Bu
chanan and Breckinridge elected, and that the
vote of Wisconsin could rot be counted.
The Speaker declared the motion out of order
while discussing, a Senator moved that the Senate
retire for consultation, aud this sonvention be bro
ken up. Tbe liouso sustained the Speaker's de
cision. A resolution was reported from the Committee
on Elections declaring Whitfield not entitled to a
y. teat as a delegate from Kansas. The motion was
tuegatived by two majority, i urther consideration
of the su! ject was postponed to Saturday week.
A resolution was adopted to close the debate on
the Taritf bill on Monday next.
The House went into a Committee of the WboI
on the subject, and after advocacy of tba wool
interest by Dewitt, the sugar interest by Eustis;
and the iron interest by Covode, the Committee
rose, and Mr. Colfax presented a resolution from
the Lepiflature of Indiana, akiog that Sugar be
admitted duty free. Adjourned.
Sr. Jiocis, Feb. 12. The river is receding, and
there is but little ice afloat.
Chicago, Feb. 12. There have been no Rock
Island Railroad trums this week.
Washington, Feb. 12. Should Congress re
fuse to puss a bill reduce the rereuue, Camp
bell, of Oiio, will move a distribution ol the sur
plus revenue, except two millions, among the sev
eral States, according to their ratios of reprcsenta
Messrs. Jones, of Tennesee, Florence of the
House, and Welter, of the Senate, compose the
yut committee to wait on Buchanan and Breck
enridg and inform them of their election.
Senators I'earce, Eiler and Foote have been
intrubt'd by the Senate with the duly of making
arrangements for the inauguration.
Nrw York, Feb. 12. In consequence of alter
ation in time of the Atlaulio steamers, the Bailie
will not sail on SsturJay next. The Collins steam,
tr from New Yoik fur March Hth, U the Atlantic.
PoxTLAxn, Mx. Feb, Albion K. Parril died
Boston, Feb. 12. The telegraphic reports of the
Thermometer down ebt show a range from srro to
82 degrees below.
Ft. Loris, Feb. 12. A West port rarrespon
dent of the Jispubtiriin gays: The outward Santa
Fe mail left on the Sd.
A letter from Bents' Fort November 23J, says the
fort is sufu; but tbe Keowug heve declared war.
Bent's Fart his 25 whites and 400 friendly Che
gennes to protect it
The convention to frame a Constitution for Kan
sag will meet at Lecomptou on tbe first Monday in
Lot'isvii.tx, Feb. IS. The thermometer Is 49
degrees above z ro. The river is falling with fig
feet water on the fal's. There are indication of
daily patriot orncr,
14. 1MT. (
CoTTe Ths market was Ann yesterday at previous quo
tations. Little co I ton was offered and former figures Were
maintained In ant cipation of favorable advices by Its
siesmee now iat from Liverpool. Ws hsarl tf sales of
71 ba!csat S V1s.
Ti s i co Piles of 2 hhds. at Johnson, Horn A Co.'s ware
home a S 63, IS Ii-
lletail Domestic Market.
f erraa I'er pound, ?5a 3 c.
kU'U Per dozen, SOaittc
Bacoa-Ilams 10 lie ; Fboalderi A ifc-Pidf lOal'le.
La0?!ling at II Vo per pound; brtik.
ML Ws quota It al IZ&J per bu-hl from wagons; 73
Flocs 5e!!inf at ti tfl per 100roan,lftr tuparflaa.
lli'CKwnsaT Vca-l J.S 09 for SOIbatcka.
Cas Vt's quote eora at 4tc per bathe), i I 00 per bbl.
KiiaV Whtatcw-nmanJa f I 00.
Patio Facit Apples cimmsad t f0 per buseel. Peeled
Pfe-thra art worth f lh; anpecled fl 60.
PuTiVMia Irish Potatoes ara worth II M from vafons;
1 f tl in retail. Sweet Potatoes art acl'lnj at $1 &4ai 00.
TtsstfwtV per boshci.
CcL (aS2c per basket.
t Isttrlcatait MnrktU
P.a 11. 1, P si Cu?t la-Tle ttrinaent prices alrd hare
chotked ajterasioca Sl-s sn-ay AM bales U ta lie,
TsU. 11, t . . OxTnis Tlie ilemai I t day has Keen a,
t vt an t al H.red raadiiy a'4 at Very tuA pre. atidviui
to Ali4i!ic( Pair U.t to Ue.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION 1IESCHAXTS
C; r a I n factors,
Ml, tO OLD SI.lt
ttttrto J. K. ai, P., Presidaat Back of OiarVntna
A.C ; MsMnJtis Paaaaa A Oa.; t. W. Ciuavatx. ts.
J. T. &t'raa, Presidsa baaA AaaftUo, Saw York. ; V. K
Inttas. Kaaavii:. taaftft' as.
JIN. 1 II OIL. Wkltw UaA. TaaaerSOO. Jr!vt4
A ana Wr aaia tac SMaA sJ eta tmt-j.
tJ . KtitSA" A 8 Afty.
UrcavlHMIlfcS, Cf-r. Jake bull's, aa4 eka I
Aaaews, tofeLksS VI b Tswtat and W a'nat CtM.p
utlwvUb LUittslU&fl ACU.
Keiralgia, one of the raost painful, as well as debili
tating diseases known to the human family, is readily enred
by that popular medicine, Carter's Spanish Mixture.
Hoadreds tf persons have testified that they fcave fennd
speedy relief from this distresrog affliction by the use of
the mixture, arter the most skilllul physicians bad utterly
failed to do them any good. febU-Sw
EollOway'S Ointment Scoibatie Irantion tmd Scro
fula. Nearly half ths human race can bear witness to the
efficacy of this wonderful unguent in the curs of these
diseases. They eever fall, howsver long standiDg or des
perate ths case may be.
Sold at the manufactories,- No. 80 Maiden Lane, Kew
Tork, and No. 144 Strand, London; and by all druggists,
at 25c., eJXe, and $1 per pot er box. fbll-lw
Great Cure of Ehennntism. The editors of the
Richmond Republican.of Dec.24;h, 1552, says that Car
ter's Spanish Mixture is no quack medicine.
They had a man in their press-toom who was affiicted
with violent Mercurial Rheumatism, who was continually
complaining of misery in the back, limbs and joints; his
eyes had become feverish and mattery, neck swollen,
throat sore, and all the symptoms of Rheumatism, combined
with Scrofula. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture
cured him, and, in aa editorial notice as above, they tsar
testimony to its wonderful effects, and say their only re
gret is, that ail suffering with disease of the blood are not
aware of the existence of such a medicine. They cheerfully
See their certificate, and notice in fullarsund the bottle,
jaalo 8w -
BEST HAIR DTK l!f THS WORLD.
This is strong language, yet Boota's Elbctbic ITiia Dvs
(recently improved) was proved to be so, by tbe judges at
the late Mechanic's Pair, held in Boston,(among whom was
Dr. Hays, the eminent chemist and State assayer) who
awarded It tbe PRIZS MEDAL AND DIPLOMA, over tbe
choicest Hair Dyes on exhibition from all parts of the Union.
Its unparalleled superiority consists In, 1st. The ingredients
are nourishing to the bair, not destructive, as others. 2d.
Does not stain nor hurt the skin. 8d. Is easily applied and
dyes 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, 277 Washington
street, Boston. declO tilimay31
Are n Getting Bald ?
Is your hair turning grey t Do you wish to cultivate good
whiskers and moustaches? Tour hair to be soft, silky and
glossy T Tour head to be cool, comfortable and free of ud
ruff f Mothers ! are your children to have luxuriant heads
of hair? Then tue Bogle's Htpebios: Pldr, which ntrer
fail in its unerring effects. Prices 26 eta, SO eta, 75 eta, and
$1 SO per bottle. Bogle's Balm of Cytheria stands unri
valled for eradicating tan aid pimples, and beautifying the
complexion. Price SO eta. Inventor and proprietor, W.
Bocle, Boston, and sold by Druggists everywhere.
A PERFUMED BREATH. What lady or gentleman
would remain under the curse of a disagreeable breath when
by using the "Balm or a Thocsakd PLowaRs" as a dentri
fice, would not only render it sweet but leave the teeth white
as alabaster? Many persons do not know that their breath
is bad, and the subject is so 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 COMPLEXIOM may easily be acquired
by using the "Balm or A Thousasd Plowim." It will re
move tan, pimples and freckles from tbe skin, leaving it of a
oft and roseate hue. w et a towel, pour on two or three
drops, and wash the face sight and morning.
8UAVING MADE EAST. Wet your shaving brush In
either warm or eold water, pour on two or three drops of
Balm or a Thocsakd FLOwa-aa," rub the baard well, and
It will make a beautiful soft lather, much facilitating the
operation of shaving. Price only fifty cents. For sa'e by
all Druggists. Beware of ounterfeits. None genuine unless
W. P. FET RIDGE t CO.
Sept2-dw6m Franklin Square, N. T.
Johb D. Jambs, Pres't. D. D. James, Cashier.
BANK OF COMMERCi::
Deais in sight and time Bills, Gold aod Silver and Uneur
rent Bank Motes, makes collections in all parts of the coun
try, will give the highest market price for Land Warrants
and pay interest on deposites. janlS.
AVESTEHN GIFT E.tTEItPIIISF.I
Founded npon and serured by REAL ESTATE in the asty o
he Proprietors take great pleasure in announcing to the
puouc mat tne niatriDiition ol their first
G II A Ms Uir T J : M T E It ! It I S E I
Will take place in Louisville, Ky., at Mosart Hall,
ON THE 20TH OF FEBRUARY, 1857,
Or sooner, if all the tickets are disposed of, rf which due
notice win De given, thh enterprise is divided
into shares of f 1 each, embracing
"LI tliiiriiil'iiKtiit ..:.. a
FIRST. One Two Storv Brick Honsa. on Tenth tt..
between Main and Market, eontaining eight rooms and all
necessary conveniences, with a tice yard. 2s feet front,
and in a good neighborhood. Valued at $,oOO.
SECOND A Farm, containing S5 acres, in Scott eoun
ty, Indiana, on the main void from Vienna to Lexins-ton.
1)4 miles from Wooter, containing one of the best Flour
anus in tne state, llns farm has fifty acres in fine cultiva
tion; the remainder in good paelurage and woodland; on
the premises are a good dwelling house and out bui dins,
never falling springs cf pure water, a flee and verv heHlthv
location, and land of the first quality. Valued at 3,O00.
third.-Three Acres of Land, l X miles from Louis
ville.near the Preston Street t-lank Road and Toll Gate, a
icijucBimeii:niiiiaI vmueil III f C,VIMI,
FOURTH A Lot, 82 feet front and iuufeet deep, on
First between Breckeririrtire and Kentucky Su. Street im.
proved. Valued at 1 .GOO.
FIFTH. One Lot, SO feet front by 280 f-et deep, on
Third, between Breckenridirr and Caldwell streets, ttucet
improved, valued at 9.1,91)0.
Vff The above Lots are not surpassed in elietuililv of
Si.ru.-One Lot, 40 feet front, on Rose I.ane.bctween
ITancockand Clay streets, a very desirable building lot.
Valued at 1,000.
fEVENTd.-8 Seven Octave Pianos. Grand action.
suprrior workmanship, manufactured by ii. P. Jacksin. Sib
si., oeiween jeoerson ann Market, where specimens may
be seen. Valued at i,20O,
RKCAPITULATIOS AND ADDITIONAL PRIZFS.
1 Houe and Lot, valued at - - 3 S00
1 Farm, valued at - -8 o
8 Acres of Land, valusd at - . - 8 ikiq
1 Lot, valued at ..... 6'o
1 Lot, valued at .,vi
i Lot, valued at ..... -IuoO
4 Seven Octave Pianos, grand action, Rosewood.
extra finished, valued at 5S0 each, . - 2 200
4 Seven Octave Pianos, Rosewood, valued at
troo each, j 000
10 Gents Oold Watchet, hunting easts, valued at
(1110 each, - - . . - 1 000
10 Ladies' Gold Watches, hunting cases, valued
at 5 each, 600
10 Silver Lever Watches, hunting cases, valued
atSUOeach, - . - gO
10 gilver Lever Watrhes, hunting cases, valued
at f lu each, ... . jv)
1 Lady's Gold Neck lace, valued at ... J5
2d Oold chains and Guards, valued ar 20 each, 40
ifO Fine Breast I'.ns, valued at 1 10 each, 2"0
MU Fine Breast Pins, valued at o each, - - fm)
li") Pine Finger Rings, valued at $5 each, 6o0
80 Oold Thimbles, valued at 5 each, - ISO
1m Finger Kinr, valued at x (0 each . . 4.M
llTS Finger Rings, valued at fl each, - . . SOTS
15w) Gifts, valued at ..... . (2S,(He
ff" For the satisfaction of dis'ant and Interested per
sons, w subjuin the plan of conducting the Drawing. jQfj
r km r vn ve TiiorxA m i m vyi nv.us
Oo-nmsartrg with and extending to TwtXTV-rtve
thoo;aii; aach numbei on a plrce of paper wnl be placed
in a revolving wheel, and moved to and fra to insure a
trtnrough Billing tf the numbers, when a small boy blind
folded, will take oat one Dumlu rtts time t II fc'OO are
Willi Irawa exhibiting arch, as drawn, to a committee of
disinterested perou appointed hy and in the pretence of
the audience. The firt number drawn from Uia wheel wll
entitle ths holder of the ticket bavlnron it the ejrre-pond-
ids; numnar, w tne ngnrst prise, anu soon to the end of the
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO THOSE WHO WISH TO ACT
AS AG EN 19.
Tickets will be sent, post-paid, to any part of the United
States, and twenty-five per cent, commission allowed oa
all sales and remittances in current funds. AH money. In
rs'itrred letters, at our risk. Pa ment fur tickets mutt be
mailed previous to the day of drawing to entill the holder
to any prise. A schedule embracing all the drawn numbers
will, by mail ar otherwise, be furnished by ourselves or
agents, to all persons holding tickets, Immediately afier the
drawing frea of charge, and hen icfirmed as lo Ihe name
and locality of the laoky ticket holder. All smill prises will
be forwarded Immediately, and all large prises satisfactorily
arranged as soon aa practicable. hioaleTsrUwiU be seal
by mad on rteciving a remittance ol Una Dollar.
t ff Thoea purchasing tkkeU from Agents wil! be fur
nished with Circulars. end all information pertaining loUie
drawing and distributions of the enterprise by said A reels
xrlusivrl.r. No deduction will be made In tba price M
tickets to any one except Areola.
I V A grand Concart will be given In Lrulsvri'e en the
occasion of the Dawiug, lo which patrons of this Eu'srprUe
will bs admitted free; other pectons will be charged oae
t& Address orders tor tickets te
A. M wror,
i'rt3 P. O. Ifx gfig, Ha.hvllle
RICH DRESS SILKsTt COST FOR CASH.
w. a. & j. 6. McClelland
AEEeffariag their enUr stock of elegant PANCT SILKS
at coal for ea.Su Haw la tne tine i get ba'ruca im
U.U. MITAOPOLITsX PTCUE,
Na-hvl'le, Jan. 81 61 and M CoUgt at.
UTt arecloalnf eat war present stock of CLOAKS at
cost tor ease. Call avowal
janlH tl and S3 U.Met street
IS STC1E AH 3 FOS SALE.
SACKS eftatea hailad BCCX WI1KAT FLOCK
at UCK'K A tlllli'i
)aat Do. U forth t allrira at.
1 1 T K have caw la Mure a ta stock af te-sw
v fiatia, Uaikleea Hiadow fcn&Jta, r.7j
Artiste MaartaU,Ac,aadarat.Uaaaaiae- 14 Jf
lurtug Ionia sKuiiis at 4 ail kioJa af GUI Work bars
rasss atiy a-ii'd karxtly ta Mr siavk of
tmA:rii:vr run .Minuoas, at.
Ja word we Itw4 ts EAJ CP WITH THI Tl M tl,
ptaaa r eadaaTa aa4 las St a tsess to patronSa stuae
iaitvad s4 awadiag absaaJ. tf. A t. ltv,
. Feb I. M . H.CeU(e .,.(,
tOXt of ia abs'a t FvAmwt aa4 tr sals ky
ccl . 4. ti. aVUtllIawJl,bre4vav.
WEr SPRING GOODS!
,11 & fi
A. J. DUNCAN & CO.
mm ii o
iMMi & mm
riCKNET AND FILLET MITTS,
HOSIERY, SUSrEXDERS, ETC.,
WHOI.ESAI.K DEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC STAPLE AND
AVc invito ttnlh to our large and
complete assortment of
Which we will sell at as low prices m
thej can be purchased at in
this or any market
We are now receiving DAILY, by
KAILKOAD & EXPIIESS,
Splendid Assortments of
OF EVERT DESCEirTION :
BR1L LI ANTES,
JACONETS, CAMBRICS, .
From the most Celebrated Manufac
FRENCH, ENGLISH, ITALIAN,
. SCOTCH, GERMAN,
... .of nil the Celebrated Makers. . . .
In every variety of Fatterns, Colors,
WI1ITE AND FANCY COLORED
Of all qualities and new styles somo
extra quality, gotten up to our
own order, and styles con
kCned to our own
FANCY AND SOLID COLORED
of all Qualities and llanufacturcs.
Dunnell Co., Gloucester, Burn, Flo
rence, Washington, Franklin, A.
& W. Sprague, Richmond, Con- -estoga,
American, Frankfort, P.
Allen & Son, Manchester, Coche
co, Briggs, Bay State, Robersons,
Lyon Company, Iloyle, 7-8 and
4-4 Double Purple English and all
the different makes of Bnlish Prints
of all widths.
Heavy 4-1, 7-8, 34 Brown and Bleach
Heavy 4-4, 7-S, 3-4 Sea Island Domes
tic?, of all widths.
All qualities of Brown and Bleached
All Colon of Drillings, Selesia, Cam
brics, etc., etc.
Linen and Cotton Sheetings, all widths,
5-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4.
Heavy Cotton and Linen Twilled for
A largo stock of Cottonades, at all
prices, and Drillings, Linen Drill
ings, of German, Russia and
Our stock is the largest and best we
have ever offered, and well as
sorted, consisting of
FANCY AND DOMESTIC GOODS;
TRIMMINGS axd VARIETIES.
To which we invite your especial at
A. J. DUiCA & CO.,
Ko. 70, PUBLIC S QUAES,
N. B. Our Stock eomuU of ntirely
Xiio GooUy Xew StyUs, dijirinj nu
Utlilly from Le old oh vxrt Styles,
aiul pnentlny an array Beautiful
Coekh, beymd coirjktri.n of any fr
uitr eeajon. A. J. D t CO.
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
TO OCR LARGE STOCK OP
Foreign and Domestic
IIIIS L1SSI IDTIII AT 111
15 THIS CITT ASO NEW YORK, WE CAN OTTIK
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO THE T2AOE
TO SELECT XROM OCR BTJJCK.
PHILLIPS, STRYKER & JENNINGS
Xos. 1 and 3 Bank Street, Below Market,
BETWEEN SECOND A TH1RDSTS.,
a. o. smith. b. r. octhxii. csn. i. xowlabd.
,nTII GUTIIKIE fc CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
ASD AGISTS roi THI BaLI Of
VIRGINIA A. TCSJirssEE TOBACCO.
No. S64 Main St., Between Second and Third,
E2 LOUISVILLE, KT.
To Store Dealers.
PAY nYTleE& C O.,
Ho. 235 Liberty Street, '
MANUFACTURERS of Cookins:, Parlor and Hemtinr
Stoves, Cooking Renjes, Grate fronts, FrnUers, Hol
A general assortment of Stoves for Wood or Coal, suitable
for the Southern Trade, constantly on banJ.
fV Orders resipectfallv solicited. feb5-dwly
a. a. sxxicb.
GOODE & BLACK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Tiv m. sC3 m.9 ,
mil.V.XXAX COITNTl' TEXAS.
w. ritixiFS. wm eiBsos. a. sixoa. j. iizoi, jr.
C. VV. PHILLIPS & COs
WILLI A3IS, PHILLIPS &. CO
S8 I'KION 8TRF.ET,
NEW OK LEAKS
PEKKIAS & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
N E W O It L E A N S .
W. M. PERKINS. Sfft) dtwsw
KEDTjcnoir or fsziohts
FUO.TI SEW YORK TO CHARLESTON.
M'CREERY & HOOK,
COMMISSIOIT AND FOKWASDINQ MESCSA5TS,
Churlcatosi, S. C.
WILL promptly attend to the sale of all kinds of PRO
DUCE, to the RECEIVING AND FORWARDING ef
Goods, and to the filling of orders in this market.
Tbe Steam Ship Companies having rs laced the freight to
eight cents per foot, makes this the cheapest and quickest
route by wMch to ship Goods to Tennessee, Alabama and
Kentucky from the Norther. Cities. All ship and forward
ng charges will follow the goods to their destinatioa
e. fATTaa. I. coLusa. J. e. bctto.
PATTEX, HTJTT0U- & CO.,
PATTEX, COLLINS & CO.,
UTTLL receive on consignment all kinds of Produce.
Litx-ral adranrra maie. apA-twawlv
rraauKa LAira. Asrsow LAaias,
(formerly Oienuin lou,)
S. & S. LAMEK, Proprietors.
Ha. Stsrlimo Lasibs, late of Lanirr House, Mscon, Ga.,
and SAHFttoa Lasim, late of Tuskegee, Ala., will be happy
to meet all frieDds and customers at the Lamar House,
where they have omple acwotnoualions lor W0 persons.
OPPOSITF THE PASSENGEH DEPOT,
E. E. lmoW-N, Proprietor.
B. 1. SENSE, EcriamTHDHrT.
Mealf Beady on the Arrival of Every Train.
Southwestern Seed and Agricultural
PITKIN BROTHERS. ,
515 MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLE, XE3TTJCXX
OCR Stock of Seeds Is now complete, consisting in
8 iKiO bushels Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
8,ihi0 " Orchard do do;
O"0 " Red Top or Herds Grass Seed;
500 " Timothy do;
. fMX) Clover do;
BfiO " Osase Orange do;
Si 0 M Millet do;
SO0 " Hemp do;
Ml H Canary do.
2 X) M Top Onions.
OAHDES SEEDS! GARDEN SEEDS!
We are prepared to furnish fresh and genuine Garden
8d, of the growth of 153, by tbe pouni, single paper, or
In boxes containing 100 or S0J papers. A liberal discount
made to dealers. Orders respectfully solicited.
jni PITKIN BROTHERS.
aecelT lnff, Forward In srandCcmmlsessm
in ere Is a iit
HAS .large and Commodious Warshoese ls
mediately oa tbe bank ef tbe River.
Great Luck, Great Luck.
la the Grand Cn soli lated Lettery, Iitra Class One,
(Harana Plan.) The above handsome Pnas was told by
T. H. UCBSAKD A CO , Baltimore as f.U.WS
On Half ws sent to Virginia.
Oae Qurter te Boe.oa.
One Eightb to Cincinnati.
One Eignih to New Tork.
The CAfn Is ready or the fortanaU bolder.
The Harana Plan Lotteries have been the most papular
Lotteries of tbe day. Irsry Prise is drawn out and conse
quently wh:n tbe Ticket, are all sold every Prise must be
The nest drawing takes place In Baltimore city. FEB.
Ri'ART Capital Prize 33,000, Tickets
Order early A l.lress T. H. HUfeBARD, CO, Baltimore,
authorised agents fir tbe Managers.
Rich Schemes for February, 1S57.
rTFKANCE & CO., Iana2ers.
"grand consolidated lottery of mo.
Te be drnwe in Baltimore, M J., Satorday, Feb. 21, 1857
Draws ander the seper!. tends nee ef the State Corn
Earh and ererr Ticket la th:s Lottery sHI be a
Prise, tor ail thosw ticket, without a draw, .umber, arc
each entitled le a Pivt Dollar Prias. X
1 l.j.o tn,-0
j" I0,0"0 sO.SHW
t' ,t.w l,lK
S 6,iha 45,lKe
io! i,6o te.tx
le w ..I"!.
T(,0?l j rises, emaa.(in te .I,M2,eee
Vholwa fl, llalre !;QarUr, IS, ligbtas CM.
CarUficaU t Paakage ef t WKal ss( HM M
IS kigbUs "
GWXD CONSOLIDATED lOTTERY Or K3
i: ri(.t ci.Aai t.
Te be drawe la Rasor., Mi., EaiariAT, Tea. 1$, 137.
30,000 Kuabers! 1,000 Priasi!
t pftvssof.. .......
4 ft se f ... .....
4 pr ats ef
4 J'fsse ol.
pracs ef .,
4 ef l eeprsJaaaaa te
..... 11. Ir
Leetet R'gAlar Prlaw t0t Lwssl Apptos matlu.
' I'M TUAate litj HsJeeQrwjretl9.
IV A evdtre v ssckets or ysaAagee r. ear ef tbe
rwug wwUedUail artArs (is.n aac it u
ever. A44..M T. U. ULfeHAEU At CO
, tt fejtU street, te tw. X. A
kill Itaiujswre, 4iiUa4.
SVYAN & C0,'S L0TTERE1S!
CAPITA L PRIZE $50,000 ! !
The following Scheme will he drawn by ". wa A Ce.
Managers of tbe PORT GAIN K3 ACADEMY LOTTERY, ef
SfJi-ea, and the POCTHtKN MILITARY ACAPFMY
LOTTERY, of Alabama, la eacA of their Leuerits lor Yte
To be drawn lathe City of Mobs. Alabama-i!i pabjicoa
SATl'HUAY,FEBf 7tJalS67 .
Te be drawn to the City of AUasta, Georgia. In peblie, ea
Til UH SPAY, l'B, 19th, 1857.
To be drawn In Ihe City of Atlanta, Georgia, I. peblie, en
SATUEDAT, IT2BI7ABT 28, 1857, on Lie Plan of
SINGLE MLiriUCIf S!
30,000 Tickets 3,260 Prizes
THAW 052 PRI2I TO ZTES.1 10 TICXITS.
1 Priie of.
. , W0
. SO.tOO Is
. 10,P0 is
. 9,m is
8.0( 0 te .,
. 4.000 it
. 4,9. 0 te
, S 000 l "
" 60 are
4 prises of I'iV) Apxm'g to t,000 prise are....
3,2CO prises ameontliigto (204 CO
Whola TickeU, tlO; Halvee 5; Quartera $2 50
-. v- v I,LAS.' R LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to,o00, eorrespondlng with those
Numbers on tba Tickets printed on separate iHm of vspar
are encircled with small tin tnbes aod placed In one w beet
The first 213 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are
plee-d In another Wheel.
Tbe wheels are then revolved, and a namber Is drswa
from the Wheel of Nnmbers, and at the same time a prise
is drawn from the other wheel. Tbe Member and Prise
drawn oat are opened and eqbibited to the audience, and
registered by the Commissioners; the Prize being placed
against the Namber drawn. This operation is repealed
until all tbepriacs are drawn out.
The two preceding aod two succeeding N ambers to thoee
drawing the first li Prises will be entitled to tba 44 AoDrax.
lmation Prises, according to the scheme.
J,UOO frizes af A20 will be determined by the
last figure ef the Number that draws tbe RM.040 Prise,
for example, If the Number drawing the laO.CWO Priae and
with No. 1, then all the Tickets wbert tie namber tods I.
1 will be entitled to tiO. If the ltambwr essde with N t,
then all tbe Tickets where tbe Number cads wins t will be
totSTed to (20, and so on to 0.
Certificates ot Packages will be said at Ike feUewlnf ratee
which Is the risk:
Certificate of Package ef la Yffcolt Ticket. IS
44 ' 10 Half " 4
" " 10 QuarUr4 M
IN ORDERING TICKETS
Enclose the money to our address for the Mekees ordered ,
on receiptor which thry will be forwarded by Irsl mail.
Purthaserscas bare tickets ending in any 3 jure lie as. y
The list of draw, numbers and nrisee win V. mt tm .
chasers immediately after tbe drawing.
f v furcnasers will please write their signatures .lata
and give their post office, eoanty and ltate.
Cer- Remember that every Prise lau'rawn.aad pa; able ha
full without dedaction.
tyAll PrUes of $1,00 and a.der.paldtassjsjaateJyalW
tbe drawing other prises at the usual time ef aatrty stage.
AH communications strictly confidential
Prise Tickeu cashed or renewed in other Tickets at either
AJdrets Orders for Tickets or Certificate, either te
S. SWAN A CO , Atlanta, Ssw
JiH or tt. 8W AN, Montgomery, Ala.
On the Havana Plan!
Jasper County Academy Lottery.
BY AUTHORITY OP THI 8TATK0VQI0RQ1
CLASS V ,
To be Drawn February 15 tb, 1857.
In puMic, at Macon, G a-, i nder the sworn suptrintea
denee ol Col. O. M. Logan and V. C. Andertvn, Aj.
Nearly One Priie to over KLae TickeU!
15,000 Tickets-1,712 Prizes.
fT" Remember thi. Lottery baa only P'.fteen Thousand
Numbers leu than any Lottery la the world I
PRIZES PAYABLE. WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
1 Prise of $13,fifw
1 do 6,000
1 do ,t00
4 do 1,000 are 4,00
6 do 600 are J,N0
So do 100 are b,0
1U0 do 40 are (0,000
SO Approximation effl''....are 43,000
60 do 60 are 2,600
60 da 80 are 1,00
1,711 Prises amounting to 4103,000
Certificates of packaga of ten Tickets, wbeie 'he num.
bers end In 1, i, 8, 4, S, 4, S, 4, ,0, are sold at th. follow
leg ratts, which Is ibe risk :
10 Whole Ticket. 40 00
10 liAlf do 40 00
10 Quarter do 14 0O
It will be pere.;eJ, by this plan, thst for 0 the pur
chaner has a certificate of 10 tickets, when, if he bujss.ugle
tickets, ho would only get for that sum six wholes. Thus,
by baying Certificates be has four more chances for larger
prises liaises and Quarters package, in proportion.
Ticketa $10 00: Halve $5.00; Quartan $2-50.
$3r Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par.
Address orders for tickets or certificate, of package, ef
tickets to JAMK8 P. WINTkR, Manager, Macr.n. Ga,,
or to, Q. tt. W1NTI&. P. O. ivoa 86S, KaahvUle.
Royal IlaYana Lottery.
THE next ordinary drawing of th. Soyal Havana
der the supervision ot the Captain General ef Cuba,' will
take place at Havana, oa
Saturdays February 14th, 1S57.
arte Namere 176 Ordlaarl.
Capital Vrlzc 100,000 Dolls.
4 Prises of
81 " "
4 Approximations to ths S 100,000. of 4'ViOeacb: 4 oftOOte
80,000; 4 ol 400 te 80,000; 4 of 400 to 10.OU0; 4 ef 400 to 45,000
Whole Tickets $20 ; HalTes $10;
Prises cashed at sight at 8 per eeat dUeoani.
Bills on the Nashville city Banks take, al par.
A drawing will be forwarded as eooa as lb. reeeH aeeesaee
ff Communication, addressed to DON RODR1QCI
(care of City Post, Charl.sUm, B. CJ aaul Febnsary lish,
wet b. attended to. Itst-t 4
Havana Plan lottery.
By Authority of the State 0 Georp.'
fAPF.H COt'WTY AC.iDE."IT LOT
sl TkRY CLAM 12, to be drawa at Coavawr Uau,
Macon, i a an1art-. .worn snpertntead.we f CoL 4ia.
M. lnOA.and W. C. Aaaai, K ea Satarttaj- .
lebruaryt 14ia, 184T.
BATTTRDAT SMALL SCSXVX-
15000 Numbers Pnse parable wnheat Ixdaetiea.
CAPITAL PHI.r, A,OOVII
1 prise f
1 " "
1 " "
80 - -
luO axe ,
. . ...
T-ckets, S-BaWe, t-Qsrters 1.
I LAN Or TUA LOTISRY.
Same as the Royal Lottery f Cuba .with this diftrte.ee
tbe tlarana Lattery bae 89,40J N.abere-Hha ha. .al
There are two wheels, e. each ef which there are plas4
two Locks. The Sapertnteadea'e have eaeA a key t. the
Locks, aa ' the wheels cannot be epesteA a.kss. both are
p res tut. There arw plaewd la th. wheel ef Bombers tie
tubes containing sllpe of paper with tbe a ambers frwas Ksv
1 lo 13,000. la the wheel ef prias It art .re placed Ua
tube, eontaining slip, of papar villi Lb. rtssta ea theae
raerog from 4 13, a te Si.
tiro tbe drawing take, place, vbkh win be bs pwbSe.
th. wheel sr. .Blocked, and ef-er reeoisuig tbem.a a
br 1. drawa vat of th. wheel of eambers, asd at the aasae
lime en. Is drawa smt of the Prise whsei y boys with arose
wared to tlx .bowldvr sad blladtolw lab. i. sdpp4
Off. and the .amber bald ap and saraiieU, tbat the abela
audirnrwraa see it the ..saber ta the a eaiiea f uj rr
ktured by ta. a.perwteedeata. Tbe f riwa drawa te areeit.
rl to ttit namber drawn al tbe same time, end so ea antU
aU tne pn7S ar. arawa eat. A eepy ef the drawing is thea
sent to the printers, and af.ar cossruMia (be aapefi.tea
dents certify W the eorroetaee. ef the drterieg. The, fa.
partalesdeate are swwra to aerferwa their daty wubsrot
lea ar tavor.
II wiii ba etw4 Uu.1 ta Uhi plae every a-(at e
drawa Ht,aad M Wtaree awsae fsewea mos. get tha; a
4) awing t snat as every eae erasnreg littess. The arssee
are pajsbi. ttirty stays arter Araertag, ta nsit, wiiaoat ets
coaai. tff" Irrawlsg tahee plaeaeeery Satarway.
ST 6rJere tor ticket. 4draae4 M t. H- sVINTtl
Boa !!, NaAkri.;t4,TsD n, wH be proasptly imA4 te
JAaU f. UTA, Maaager.
kb , 10 1. 4oa,0a.
PERPETUAL LniE KUSJ.
'PHI I1L will bar. roar haadre4 basW. at Li car.
1 lion.(wb.h,lf gJsto,a e-iaal t. one Ihoeaad
beshcUof slat tt-e ta twenty fctor hoars, with mar
ords af ao-d. a.d ta eerpelual la IU er-sraiiea, th. Itae
kerf dmwa l three bseix heart, frosa tbe base, 11
rep'toisbedat tbe tea the eapo a. Tbie at bettbs er
diasry etery 4 eaieHy the a.ia. as has been aiaat.
ts, . iAs.su asrt- by these already ia .pera'.ian. 11
a su aasee aaswb betwe tins thaa that baed ta tba er
4 nary way, alt tie stone bt'.sf pertec'Jj baraa.i
A a takbar af raliatxe terv.c. t ta capeaity v4
tb Itiia, sai any etbsr ieloraa'ioa la reftreace m It,
will te Ksra sSed, .e apetlootioe by i;tr er etirw te, t
Uve .assnb, tkt V .goal for th. sale of r skis aad f ut
t.., ep atma u e Stat, ef 'icltk
alvhtlaavtae, Jaa. M, IK I. jaa.--tUi
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ba Tby woa'-J ' t ireswa mat 10m
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