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Tuesday Morning-, December 1, 1857.
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er at the time they are banded in otherwise they will not
be inserted. Transient Job Work inuat be paid for on deli,
We are requested to anrounce Cobt. A Baku's a candi
date for Magistrae, in District Ko. 1, in pi. ce of D. Trigg,
deceased. E:xtion on Saturday, Dec. 5th.
t2fBruce'B second nniiual sale of fine chins and
porceliiu war' has ben poctponed till nextThure
day ruortiing, not being able to arrange. his mock for
Thi WtiTBia m Uinmksota Tlie Frairie du
Chien Leider shy-: ,4Ve leant that enow between
La Crosse and Winona, lust week, was fifteen inches
tlerp; buck of Winona it was in drifts eight faet
Q.l more; ;t St. Paul (wo feet, and in the pineries
four feet in depth. On Monday the stage pot lost
bark of Winona, and passed the tiihi in the enow
drift. The pFfeng rs suffered intent It. We
gather these facta from our townsman, Mr Robert
Soott, who returned Wedo'slay evening from the
CfT We are indented to W.N. Bilbo, Eq , for
a copy, in pm pM. t form, of hi address on Bat ks
D'I Banking, dilivered at the Cupitcl on the lClb
Money for Sale.
The regular ueetiuj; of tbe Stockholders of the
Nashville Buihiing Association, for tin reden ption
of si, ares, takes place tonight at the Mechanic)'
The HistokicaL boCiaTT. The regular meeting
of tt e I'i-Uricdl Society of Tenneaxee will be held
at tbe Capitol, tl is afternoon at 3 o'clock.
2F A bevy of little children wi re tt-Uinsr their
father what they got at school. The eldest, read
ing, ppellin? and iii finitiot s. "And what do you
get my little ontl" said the father to a io-y-faced
little fellow, who was at that tituo c'rivins a tm
penny nail into the door pa nil. I. "lit! ch! 1
gets reacliu, rpellin and r?p main's."
A correspondent of the Boston Post writes
of 3d is? May's firt-t conceit in Wael .ington, that
"in a sofa directly in front sat the Pnaideut, pale
and reserved. On another, at hi right, but Secre
tary Cobb, plump und ro-v. O i his left was Sec
retary Thomp-on, frauk and happy." Siiss May is
tall, has a lr.gil- fi.ure, and dres8 well. She n-cogniz-'d
the President, and runs yed, "while he,
with a gaillard air, thrice kissed his finger tips."
rHOToouaPUT. It is wonderful what this art h
Cipal.-I' of pro ucinj;. We liave belore ua the D
deration of Independ'-nce, containing 7,800 Inters,
Dot Lirger than the head of a pin, which, when
viewed tl roui'h a microscope may be read distinct
ly. JV '. Eve. Post.
"Don't, Ch.rl-s, go to Ho-tton with that hole in
the elbow of your 'bin." D tit-band "Why not
my denr?" Car.-f'ul wife "Because if the cars
should run off th trick and you shouli gt Killed
peopl - would think m a very n glig-nt wif. Hus
band, (huttomi.jr up Ida overcoat) "Ahem! yes I
dare ray tiey would."
The thore is a capital bit at a certain class of
prudent and anxious, but selfish married ladies',
who ard always borrowing trouble about becoming
widows and urging their husbands to purchase a
home, or get a life insurance, so that they may
have something to depeud upon if suddenly left in
Washington Correspondence of the vew York Tribune.
Secretary Mauton't Itetigiialton.
Washington, Not. 22.
Mr. Stanton's refiun-tioo of th S cret.aryship of
K-insas did not surprise the Administration as has
bj"-n all ged. Ou the co'itrsry, it hud been previ
ously srmncwri tl at he should retire wht-nev.-r the
CooHtiiutioual Convention about i have finished its
woik and then succeed (!nv. Cumminif, the new
Gov. rnorol Ut.h, as Superintendent of Indian Af
fairs. Tt- lucrative office was the movim: conid
er tion to his suppos d sic ttice. Accordingly he
will be nominal d, although he is ur to encounter
deci l-d opp wition in the S nat. The feeling of
th- Southern ing of the Cibinet is intensely hos
tile to Gov. Walk r. and a strong ffort is making
to ernp'iHs'ze the Mes Bg against him. Th pro
ceedings of th Constitutional Convention are ap
proved, and their fi ial aelion acci pied without
The llautic Cable.
In the details of news by the Atlantic, we read:
The work of taking the Atlantic cable out of the
Agmieninon, as well as the Niagara, had been com
pleted. Ti.e calfrfiaroil d in v'at r-tight apart
ments, so as 'o admit of its being submitted to a
vari- tT of t8ts under water During t'.e wlioU of
the winter, Mr V hitehnuse, thu chief electrician
of thf Company, is to be engsged in expriur nte
of a tnoxt interesting Ratur. upon tbe cable, s as
to ascertain not only i(slictric cap ibilities. but
the rate at which ench signal co tia trauainiitt'd,
and the fleet which the diSereot periods of
the d y. the tempi ralur and state of the atmos-pher-b
iv.- upon its conduubility . The attetnp. to
lay the table ti. xt year is to he made M the end of
June or beginning of July; and it has been ileter
Diined to r sort to the plan original'y contenipUteii
namely, to commend- the submt riug process in
the mid lie of the Atlantic, lha two vess. Is engage i
sailing respectiv ly for tbe shores of Newlnun ilao i
and Ireland. Three thousand miles of Ci' l mra to
be coiled ou the vessels, in-tead of two thousand
six hundred, as in the b-t aliempl, aud the manu
l.cture ol the additional quantity has been cooj-
meuced by Mesrr-. GiJts &. r.liiom
(llard Xiiuea und tt one Couiiug.'
I think it my duty to the public io make a state
meat of a li.lle bus n.-na transaction I have recently
had with Dr. Samuel McMitin. Tbe Doctor having
got possi aiou uf a not of mine calling for eighty
five dollirs, and placiug the same in the bauds of
an officer for collection, and inntruting bim to re
ceive nothing but gold and silver in payment, suit
was brough'. and stay entered. On yesterday I
made a teuJ.-r, of not-son the State Hmk, to the
officer, in liquidation of the judiuent, but ba could
not receive the notes, as he had been inttrtctt-J to
take nothing but gold aud silver ot its equivalent.
To meet tl ia act of extortion, as I regard it astuch,
I had to pay, in addition to lawful interest, the mo J
erate sum of 8 per cent, ou th whole amount, ma
king in all 14 per cent. It is due the ofilor to say
thnt he madi no charge for hii aervic.-s, thiiAiug
do doubt I bad been wrongfully bled in the de
mand for gold or silver, the bauka Laving sus
pended specie payment.
Dec 1 lt- A. B. HOW LETT
i-..- - 1 .' - . 1
A VCTION SALE OF GROCERIES
II. S. French .V Son.
OS TUfcPOAY, Oeeember I al, atn oler for ae
io frotit of our nareoooan, on Clark atrant, at 10 o'
clock, the fuhowing anteiea, sous ol which daUra la
cIim out aiUHMii reaerve, via I
80 hhda fcuai, from fair to If 0 doa Painted HockeU;
prims, tVO reaoia w rapiitig fapar;
100 bar S. O. and Haiti more S tll Iom. brrtniy;
Cllee; 8S bbia Uullaod tin;
irKK) kega Nalia, cbotna bi'dt; 60 bbla Julius BiuiUi'tOU
tO0 boaea tir Caudiaa, lull Raer
i(bt; Cn cvci latcr.
SCO'1 bbia. Whisky, various liiO bnia t'oro March;
brands loo Mhtt tu March;
100 baa Tobacco; loo " I heioot C l,-ar .
10 aaa coarta an cna Bait; liu " "J alio Cau Ji,
)0 0jO Ciaara,aa't braatU; 0u " tiiac.ma' lrt ati4
VMbt line liiaudy; tmall.
IMi doa lin.oiaa;
With otier article. In the grocery lias too caireroua t
meniiou. nov. ifl. n a. aaaNCii A teoii.
f CCC LUa "n Wo0L aoudk for wtkal
4Jv7UL Will pay the tilgLsatcattpric.
STEAIIEOAT ASD EITZSITEWS.
Nov. 29 Dr. Robertson, Trade Water.
- ' ; ' Winifred, PiitsVprg. .. .
Fanny Fern, 41
Blanche Lwia, Paucab.
Winifred, Trade Water.
Nov. 30. Rock City, Paducah.
Blanche Lewi?. "
River rising with 6 feet water on Harpeth Shoals.
We fhonld not ba surfrised, tbe quantify of rain
which f. 11 Sunday night was so great, if it rose 6 or
6 feet In the m il two days.
Tbe I'll dep.rti f..r Sr. Louis at 4 P. M to-day,
Cipt. Juo. S. Dashiells in command.
For Cincinnati The fiae passenger steamer
Prince will leave for the above and all inttrne
diate ports this day at 10 o'clock. She is in charge
of Capt. Milton Aikkn, one tf the clever.-st and
moat rtliible mn ou the rivi r, assisted in tlie office
by the attentive Wills, whose long experience in
the trade has rendered him popular wherever
known. Capt. A. has for years been identified with
the Cumberland river trade, and we know of no one
in the trade mere deserving or more attentive to
the general interests of our city. Passengers will
have a moet pleasant and azreeable trip ou tbe
Pri-cesx. Go aboard early aod engage rooms.
The Funny Ftrn leaves to-day for Cincinnati and
The Stvevty-Six leaves for Cincinnati to mor
SI.U lilt'S SEWIMi MAC II I. -VICS.
Honoty and fair play are admirable in advertising aa in
everything else, and in tbe long rui produce the beat re
sults. Competent judges f unquestioned in. partiality, at a
public exhibition (the Mechanic Fair) decided Singer's Ma
Ci nea to be superior to G rover A Baker'a in ch nea, and
that S cger'a aie adapted to every kind of orr, ahile 6 lo
ver A Baker's are not. So we were content to leava it, but
our opponents attempt to reverse the effect of this decis
ion, by in;ki g long winded ai.d absu d ttateruents, Io the
papeisinthe abui-ed name of ' Justice." To some of the
poi..t made we briefly reply, as follows:
1st. Our Machine-, d d obtain the favorable Judgment of
the .oinuiiitec at the rair-
2d. Singer's uiachint s , do in fact, use much more than ODe
third le a thread in sewing a seam than Grover A Baker's
whence it follows, as a cer a n consequence, that a Grover
A Baker Machine, it ued cons ant y, will soon wa te th. ead
etiougl to buy o le of our machines.
!d Si ger'a" Machiues use ju.tenough thread to make a
pe feet ream.
4th. No sensible pe' son can doubt that the best Sewing
Machine for making fine clothing, and "capable of doing
all kinds of work, from the finest catubric to the heavie t
cloth," n.ust bj the best niacMne for family use.
5th Singer's Machines make a fast stitch and seam, while
Grover & Baker's make a ravelii g seam.
6 h. It is absurd o say .ha. .n seing a team with two
threads the seam can be made any stronger by nsing three
times as a.uch thread on one side as on the o her. Tbe
team of the shutile machines is just as sirong aa tbe s;x
of thread em,lo,ed can make it, that is, the ttrocgest
possible. In Singer's Ma. hlues a cheap quality of thread
en be u;eJ in the ahutt.e il desired, acd it is ofien done
on cheap work.
7i.li. Singer's Machines have hitherto been male with a
view to streLgtli, durability, ar. d to be applied to every
variety of atrk, but we have just produced and are ready
to receive orders for
SiMOKa'a Niw FaaiLT fitwiso Machine,
which we wi,l warrant to periorm all family sewing in
better style than ar.y machine ever sold for similar pur
poses. This is a machine wtiob is beautifully decorated,
maaiug an elegant parlor ornament, and we believe no
lady who wauls the btsl and most beautiful thing, will
purchase any other. I. M. SINGER k CO.,
4, Public Square, Nashville,
nov 28 dwlm W. A. SINGES, Agent.
WANTED immeliately, 1( 0,"IK) bushels of Wheat. We
will take all qualities of .neat at the hig'iest market
price piid in Nashvl le. We aiso have an rd?r for 5.KI
bales of btricl Mi l.llin; Co '.ton, fur which we wi.l pay the
highest market price tehverei at our Ware ieue corner
ct Ma ket aud ' lara street.
novl4. H.S. FRESCU A SON.
X7 E have on band several No. 1 House Servants, for
' i H e. We wi.l not sell them to a. iv ona living out of
this cou i y. They are well q landed b is ness nerf'oas
yoang and likely. B.YD i CO.,
nuv, 20 No. 5(1, Cherry street.
riHK Kashvilla nnn,mn.i.l 1n.iir.nna C,..nr..no V..-
this Jay derla.rej a divi'lend of eignt per cent on the
capital stoca oal of the p roots for tbe last six months.
aovi lm. JAVltS WAI.KEK, rtec'y.
OTRAYED from the pasture of J. A. Payne, about the
J 1st of Augutt last, a BAY HOltSK, with a snip nose and
a blemish in the ell eye, one, or both, hind leet ahite,
son e saddie-marka on his baca, fox-trots, and walks well.
Octli tf. WM. T. WKIUUf.
JOHN YORK &, CO.,
Book Sellers, Eook-Binders and Blank
No. 38, Cuiou St INualiville, Teun.
MAGAZINES FOB DECEMBER.
HArtPrR'S NKW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
GODtY'i LADY'S BOOK.
Gt A HAM'S M A i AZ1NE.
Just received and for sale by J0EU YORK tt CO.,
Nov. 20 :f No. 8S Cn on Sureet.
MS3. STEPHENS' NEW BOOK.
THE HEIKfcPS Or GRKkNHPRST. Bv Mra. Aa 8,
Ftim aa Frsaleby JOHN YORK tt CO..
Nov. 2 l. tf No 8S, fnion Street.
HOOKS WHICH AKK HOOKS!
Herberts srvtH work on the florae of
America. Piibllsheit expressly for
FRANK FORRrSTKH'd HORSK AND II0R8FMANSHIP
OF THK CNITEtt STATES, by Henry Wi liam Herbert, au
thor of Field Mportt, A ., ic.
SaHscriptious received by JOHN YORK A CO.
Nov.8d-lf. No. 8, Dn on Street.
I Hi: VYCLOPLUIA OF WI T AM 111'.
EDITED BY W. E. BTJBT0N, THE C031XDIAN,
Comprikirif a unique cotiecllon of complete a' tides, and
rpecituent of -ir tteu l.oruorand eccentricities from the em
inent huuioristsof America, England, Ireland, Ac, Ac
lllu tr ted with upward of sla hundred characteristic
engravlrgi published in nu nbera at 03 cents. Kacb art
will have an engraving on steel. Tbe ork Is published
In e lI monthly parts.
Subscriptions, received by
JOHN YOTK A CO.,
Nov. S6 tf. No. f 8, CdI)0 Street.
(I ICLOl'DUIa O F A.MEU1CAN
i: i. o q i u n c i: i
A eollee ion of Breeches and Addresses, Foreosie and
Parliamentary, by the most eminent orators of Amerioi,
witn biographical sketches and il.u trative no tat. It will
contain many which bans ocVer bsfora been included ia
any coi lection, and are not readily accessible to the stu
dent or the general rca.er.
Subscriptions received by J0UN YORK A CO,
Nov. io tf No. 83, Colon Street.
rJUHKIiS "to CO.,
General Commission Mcrcliants,
IS K V O It L. K A A S .
W. M. PKKKINa. spt3H-dlW
osu. atsjoa., L A.Laa.aa. a. Laaiaa.
JJ. Ia A N I K Jt &, cu
(Suocesflors to Hart A UoUlBgiworth.)
No A .Market Street, Nashville,
AND DilALtRS IN
Foreign Domotic Liquors.
j i vr iti.ci.it uii,
A HANU3UAIIC supply ol Fall and Wmur Goods, Gin
iV ticBicna' suruui.iua bnMi aod Clothing.
Al , a ood aonui.mor vloiiia, Caa.ln.ares, acd Vest
ing , ail 01 hu h ul ba iaaj to order le iba souat a
pruvs-i .i, by I.J. UUL'uU, gai.i,
f1 lr IT. Cedar a rm, Nasi. v. he.
x A ill IIHLU I'liVMCIA.H
T lsasaf Age,
W bote sands if life fcava aearly rua oat, dtsoorerrd
Lll la tbe I est inuies, a eerlsin ct.ra lor CaoauKSUau,
I AstXnia, broi.f l.llis, CuugUa, Cotos, and uencral Lou.c
ty. The reaedy sa uucofe ty bl a abea bis Oji
cbts o, a d.uan.er. was kiaap is j. He baa teard
aiacbvi its ui.O(tnM raa.arauve and bcattng qu lK ef
prparuous tuada broui la aailjaia ileuip,and the
ihuu, bi occurred to bus li.al be sa.giu auasa a ro.dr tjf
lit. tL.id tie stud sd bard sad sutcjs4 ia raaitaina bu
al.hea. liiscbild curtd, and U sow allaa aaa well,
iia has site aUuiinisurfat. tae auudmtui r.juiir 10 tboa
lauua of soisrers ta ail pans (if li.a wor d, mi4 be bat
ua.ar lauati 10 a.auua tnu sjmpieusiy aea lb aud bap-
1 y. Wishma laaa aa saaca (uod as pu..il, ht h: sul
e ucu 01 ills aiuistaa re.'iow bell ga aaequa tU,lhirc
H, al.k f-ii aad H11.an tiuecuous fur saa lua t. . aod
.uu t.w.ij Bssu 11. urn fxqusa a. ( a appticaal to id-
clooa bit fcn-ing uv cmuti a.rioJ as I
ptta u tn. rw-.'p,aua 11 . iuia.i.4r i. ae.ppUsvd I
l lb. paibcnt ol luu ad..iu-a,.bt.
Adurvss Uf. li. Jajsu, fto. m.uraivJaUMl J
" Vol. 11, ltI l4Aikid. J.ry City. Zf. J.
Ilolloway'a Ointment. The fable that acrof a
la or King's evil coold be eured by a Monarch's t3uch,nas
long been exploded. But the great truth that not only
scroiuia and rheumatism, but all maladies developed in the
skin and Beih, can be removed by this preparation, is be
yond cavil. Bold at ihe manufactory, No. SO, Maiden Lane,
New York, and by all druggist, at 85c, 63c, and $1 60 per
Acidity of the Stomach and indigestion.
t3T" "lean eat any thing afler taking your Holland it
ter,n is a re oark frequently trade to us.
To persons troubled with acidity of the stomach, Indiges
tion, or any disorder of the s oroach, we would only say,
try it. I s world-wide repu atioa baa been established
alone by the many wondeiful cures it has affected. When
nsttd Jcr Dytpepsia, Jaondice, Liver Complaint, weakness
of any kinl, Costiveneta and Fi'es, it should be taken in
scnail doses say, haif a teaspoonfull, lfguiarly three times
a day, before meals.
C EL .BATED
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'a, Pa.,
VILL EmtCTUAlXT CCSB
LITER C0MPL1IST, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE,
Chron c or Nervous DeU.ity, Diseases of the Kidneys ,
and ail diseases arising from a disordered
Liver or Stomach.
Give them a Trial, they will cure you
For sale at 75 centa per bottle, by drogf ists and store
keepers in every town and village in the United States,
Canadaa, West Indies and South America, nov2 lm.
Daarsass Cnaao The best remedy lor deafness ever
offered to the public, is Bbaog's Arctic LnnnaaT. Many
cases of aeveral years' standing have been quickly and en
ti ely cured by it; and lbo isands of recsnt cases, caused
by colds or obstructions of the ear-chambers, have yielded
to one or two app ieitions. Full directions for use accom
pany eachbott;e. One of the most remarkable cures was
at the Uartfoid Deaf and Duorb Asyln.n. A boy, fifteen
years of age, named Benjvnia Crawford, who bad been
born deaf, and was consequently dumb, was sent there for
education; and, at an experiment, the Liniment was tried
on him, and with the most complete success. He now bears
as well as any one, and is rapidly learning to talk. Ihe
Liniment is for sale at all the Drug fAorea. no?2 lm.
Prac'ical Artists ic every branch of Photography and
whole ale and retail dealers in An bro'ype, Melainotype,
Photograph, and Daguerreotype goods ; Apparatus and
Chemicals, of every kind, variety and description uted in
the abovs Arts. All orders will be promptly filled, and for
warded to any part of the country at the very lowe-t mar.
ket rates, for cash, to which the trade are respectfully in.
viied. Also Agents for the sale of Melainotypi and Spher
reotype Rights. HlJiillES BR0S,
epL4. 26 Union street, Nashville, Tenn.
WANTED Immediately, 10,-
too men to engage in the sale of the tnoit
popular selling Books in Anr.er ca. Invalids, mechanic,
farmtrs and teachers, wl hing to travel, will find this a
very prt fit able ar d pleasant busine-s, enabling them to
ree the country, and make money at the same time. A
gentsnow in the business are clearing from (500 to (1,900
per year, tor lull particulars and a list of Books, sddrefS
li. M. RCLISON, Queen City I'iblithiLg House, 141 Main
stiest, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living East, D RCLISON,
F . H A G A N ,
So. 39 Murlier. & IV o. G Union St.,
Nashville, a'en nesee.
General Book Seller and Stationer,
JSTAil W 3300I5LS,
JUST RECEIVED. .
Phyeicians YUi:ing List for 1S53.
Branston's Hand-Book of Practical Receipts.
Mendeobalt's Students' Vade Mecum.
Smith's Domestic Me licine.
Beaele'j DrepgUta' Receipt Book.
Headland on the Action of Medicine.
Ludlow's Mar.uil of Medical Examination.
Wilon's Dii e tort'Manuil.
Peaslee'j Human lli-t'oogy.
Meigs on DUeases of C erus.
Wetsoa ihe Diseases of Woman.
"Quits." Bv the author of" the Initials "
The Gamble Life. By "J. H. Green."
The Reason Why. By tbe Author of "Inquire Within "
Live and Learn.
The Artist's Bride; or th Pawnbroker's Heir By Bennett
Mabel Vaughan. By the Author of "The Lamplighter."
Marrying too late. By Geo. Wood.
Life and Beauties of F inny Fern
Little Dorrit. By Dickens.
George; or the Planters of the Ltie of France. By Dumas.
The Virgin Wile. By W. Reuben.
Canonburg House; or the Q leen's Prophecy. By Reynolds.
The Gipsy Chief. By Re nolJs.
Wallace, Tbe Hero of Scotland. By Reynolds.
Robert I race, The Hero King of Scotland. By Reynolds.
Brian L'Lvnn. By Mix sell.
Morco. or the Female fmiitgler. By Cobb.
The Rival Brothers. By Chtvier.
Wreck of the Golden Mary. By Dickens.
The Life and Adventures of ai Arkansas Doctor
Just r eceived and for sale by T- HAG AN,
nov8i!-.tf. Market street.
BLANK ISOOK.S, large and general stock, joat re
ceived by F. BAG AN.
Ill LI. I'APLH, a new and beautiful ar id., just
rece v.d by F. HAG AN.
1 1J It I Olll C A L.&.
Godej's Lady's Book,
New York Ledger,
Frank I e-lie'.- Migaz'ne,
Frank Leslie's lll t'd Paper,
With many others. Latest numbers always on hand and
for sale by F. HAG AN,
nov 24 tf. M rket street.
Fit AN K Li:sLU.'1 JlAtiAZI-iE Full
Ii:Ci:rilir:il, the Jfonarchnf the Monthlies, J ust te
l-1 bv F HsOAN.
The Kuowleflgc of God Objectively
Being the First Part cf Theology considered as a Science
of Fot iiiv frvith, both Indrc.ive aod Deductive. By R.
J. llhxtxisairx.il, D. DLL. Dn Professor of Tbeokgy at
Danville, Ky. Non, Sine Lcce.
Received and for sale by CHARLI8 W. SMITH.
Nov. 24 tf
FT A Co y f ihe Celeiratd Book, by Appleton,
mav be seen at my store.
Nov 24 tt
CHALKS W. SMITH.
MUSTANG GRAY. By Jare Clemen-.
MEADOW BRU'iK. f'y Mary J. H.Imea.
THIC LOIT DAUGHTER. By C. lee Hentx.
ROUMANIA. Hy James O. N. yes, M. D.
Lift: OF JOHN FILCH Inventor of the Steamboat.
THK WORLD IV A POCKKT B'K-K.
BKKANistlt: LYRICAL POOO9. By Win. Young.
NOTHING TO EAT. IilusUat-d.
THK WORLD'S OWN. By Julia Ward Howe.
WELL BK3CN H HALF DONE.
StNMfi JEWEL CASC
For sale by CHARLES W. SMITH,
NovH. so 41 Co'lcne street.
It-UI.C I ION.
riHflrm heretofore existing under the style and firm
1 of Carter, McKay A Co , Ia this ay diso ve.l by ma
tualconsent. A- CtRTCt
FlL'X -. McKAY,
NovtT.lSST. R. FAULCy.SUt.
t hava dirpoed of mv eot re interest In the StocV. Not.,
and Secoonwof Car er, McKay A Co ,to W. C. Wil-to d.
Inr.tirt g. I feel aratefu to n y friends lor their liberal pt
ronaae, aud Svrtioit a somiooatioa of the same to mi sue
a. o. oasTsa. ran. a. biav. w o. wtLerota.
CARTER M'KAY & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS. AUCTION AND COS
KJSSlOsT, CEI?IN0 AND 10KWARD1AO
H E It C H A N T S ,
axb Daaiaaa is
FINE BSASNE3.WINEA ASTi BCMF.ST1C LIQC0R8.
So. 7:5, Public Square,
.ViiJJ TILLS, TSSX.
Or, ba-ln.-. will be ..Bttied .nder ths sa. stl. aad
0 m aa b.raiof.r.. Ta.aafal to ur eioianersaal
fUad to teir l.oarai puoui. "", rspK fulit toitca
a siidnuAtuin af th. aaote. v '
r-LH (i. JucriAT.
Nov. IT, IS".?, oovsA tf.
J. G. ROBERTSON'S,
C B-S Cr.a Ch;
aJvf 85boaaaa. D.
to w . a.
lu bbla WaUar. Ala, frMh;
13 (ja;ss,la r4 rJr
6 L BI..H-, " ,., .
A fw siora Naw Wa Ai. Poaip left, ant wil tsw scld
ch.ap by J.u.ausikisos,
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CJUEET Brass, fcloik.. Nils, vVa-baw, Aalea,Gae Faa
O iut, Laa.ii r tiiitia,aa aaad sari bra. by
BY X1IJB NATIONAL, LINE.
Reports Furnished by the Associated Press.
Nsw York, Nov. 80. Per steamer Pulton..
Liverpool 17th Cotton flat ; open torjs are
waiting developueuts. Salee, Tuesdav, 2000 bales.
American Dot quoted; other descriptions advanced
an eighth to a quarter.
St. Locis, Nov. 80. The steamer New Lacy
burned on Wednesday, while ice bound, at De Witt,
Mo. No lives lost.
The Free State Convection of Kansas meet at
Lawrence on the 21 of December to decide on the
course to pursue respecting the constitution.
New Yoek, Nov. 80. The Northern Light ar
rived with $1,075,000 in gold
There is conclusive evidence of the massacre of
118 California emigrants in the Southern part of
Samuel Brannoo, of. San Francisco, has deeded
two miles equare of laud, to secure the deposits in
St. LocriB, Nov. SO. The harbor is entirely
clear of ice. Thf re is a new channel through the
gorge. No impediment to navigation. The Mis
souri is very lo-v and full of heavy ice.
Dcbcqce, Nov. 80. The ice ia thawing slowly
Springfield, Mass , Nov. 80. W. T. Tucser
man, formerly Treasurer of tbe Eastern Riilroid
Company, has been arrested at New Haven on a
charge of mail robbery. He confessed hU guilt.
Washington, Nov. 80. In the Court of Cltiras
an adverse decision was rendered in thecase of tbe
Illinois Central Railroad Company.
New Yoke, Nov. 30th Cotton Middling 11 J.
Flour and beef heavy. Red wheat 1 12Jal 15.
Corn and suzar firm. Yellow corn 90, white 91.
Prime pork $16 00a$16 50. LardlOjaiJ. Whisky
23. 1 allow 11.
Cincinnati, Nov. 30th. Flour nominal. Bogs
4 85a & 00. Mea pork 13 00. Whisky 17.
New York, Nov. 30. The Quaker City, ith
Havana dates of tbe 25tu has arrived.
Sugars slightly lower.
Columbia, S. C, Nov. 80. Ex-Governor Ham
mond is elected U. S. Senator.
Charleston, Nov. 30. Capt Geddia, of the TJ.
S. Navy is dead.
New Orleans, Nov. 28. Nicaragua has declar
ed war agiiust Co?t Rica. The proclamation is
signed by both Mai tmtz and Jerez, who claim the
trant-it route and district of Guana Co:ta. Marti
ni z tak s charge oi the army.
Cot. Cant; hud demanded the surrender of Fort
San Carles to Costa Rica, threatening to blockade
in case of refusal.
The Fulton is at Boca D1 Torres watching for
COM M ERG IAL.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
Nashville, Dec 1st, 1&67. j
Cottos No sales ; none offei ing ; rtc;ip a 1 ght,
Whsvai We hea d yes erday of an offer from a miller of
85 cents for pi hue red. Not i g of cona quence doing.
J. II. HOlJPiLlt &, CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
3FL O O jE3 IFS. S
AND DEALERS IN
ljiiiuovs and Produce,
NO. 81, COLLEGE STREET,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FIRS,
So. 23 Public Square,
LADIES DRESS FURS.
OPENING OF THE
I7B SHALL OHKN OUR FUR ROOM THURSDAY,
V UCTOHKR, l-T,and be prepared to exhibit a larger,
and choice st ck of Ladi-s and Miies Fancy Dress furs
than we have ever before offered, embracing Russian!
Hudson Bay and Canada Sable, Stone Ma'ten, Fitcli, -berisn
Squirrel, Lynx, and all the lower grades of Furs,
made up in the late-it tyle-'. 8ome very bandtome Kobes
and FOOl' MUFFS, for canijges.
A. J. FRAVCI-CO, Furrier,
sept26. No. 28, Public equare.
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"1ENTLEMFN who are air bl lou t to wear a TASTY HAT
are invited to call and exao-ine this beautiful style at
the Hat and Fur Emporium of
. V nr.. umonA
A. J. FRANCISCO.
48 Public equare.
Those French Felt Hats.
FRESH supply just received at the Emporium
of PKANCIiCJ'S. IJ
septus. 24 Publio Square
JUST received another lot of SHIRTS, warranted of
superior quality, aad at prices to auit the timet.
Nov. 21. J. li. McGILL.
Kid, Fur and Cuckskin Gauntlets.
fUSr received an assortment of Kid, Far and Buckskin
Gauntlets, and for sale bv
Nov. 21. J. H. McGILL.
Aud a choice variety of other styles, received and for
sale by Nov. 21 J. 11. McGILL.
THI NKS AM) VALISES.
JCT to hand a small lot of Trucks and Valises, and
for sale low tor cash.
J. H. McGILL.
UVItON AND STANDINGS COLLAICS.
A EUPKRBasortmeat of Collars. Every style received
and for sale by
J H. MeILL.
A rEW bestqaality of Buckskin Shirts, received and
A for ale by
I o .21. J. II. McTILL.
EVERY variety ot seasonable CNDiRWEAR, all at
Nov. 81. J. H. MclILL.
PATENT alllltTK AT ItEUl CED PHI
CES FOIl CASH.
UNTIL the first day of Decetrber I sill seli SfcirU at
ttdrty dollars per doten, instead ef thirty six: Vd
yrade twenty bur. Instead of thirl); Ad grade ai Ofieea
per doaen,ln-ta.l of e ghlecn; Ac.
Every other kind and sty., of Furnishing and Fancy
Goods mrre pondiugly low fjr cash.
Nov tl. J H. McGILL.
JUST received a small invoice of handiomely Embroid
ered chins, made te our own oner, suitable for party
aad wedding occasions.
Nov. SI. J. H. McG I LL
SIOl KSTIi.il tNDCIIAVATS,
A FIRST rate assortment cf Scarfs, S loess, lies and
Cravats, erery sttle and color, with aa endiea va
riety of Handsome god, received and for .ale upon rea
sonable terms by
J. II. McGILL,
Ladies and Gentlemen'. Furnishing sura,
Nov. SI. corner ot Souare and C'tnie;. street.
JNO. H. HARRIS,
Atl bl.VLL' CLE.. K,
Ml V1LL i', TEXXE&SXE.
Raraacsca All Boal-uaa ruauiof from Pitt. bar jh aad
Ci: c.uuau Ui Maihvi'ta.
ksrtasaca at Nsssiuis.- Bus ineas men In tbe City
generally. AU eteamboas busies acuaavedte aiy care
promptly attea.td lo.
Ursice .uy Whari, liil-S. &ov27 tf.
Geatlcm en Take Notice.
riiaAT we bow oJe otfr sl. at our store,
J. la ILUAM BlltLLTi
Iba Wrgeat aad best acUeci.a aaonaett of t
DHL l'ANTS, li LAN RETS,
lUUlis, aud VESTS, (aEOVLSt,
UVi.ii-CO.tTS aiUU'LS, AIISU1S,
Cellar., H.a WtrvVcf-, HsJMIjsc, Ae to be foaad is tbe
it, ; end tl-i ' our fueas ar aie.y. vf site aery beat
Koaaa, quality aAsi sbatcriaia.
curros k ARaarr,
Octa. IS Coslar au-et
. Uulou Cassitucre Putitsj
u u Coats;
Over-Coats, &.C., lc.9 A,c, . '
3.53 Coaar iOtxoot!
evT IXIITOS4 AISilOTTa
f0YSTEBS! OYSTERS i!
No. 49 f7to Street, Xothmlle, Tenn ,
OFPOSITB THI BAKE OF TBI STATB OF TKXSCSSsB.
INHERE he ia prepared to furnish Oysters, put up la
J v any gty'.e or quantity desired Fresb, Opened, in
Kegs or i ans.
Fresla Can Orslers,
STJPEEI0E FfiESH 0YSTEES.
I am now receivinir dail -, by the Adams Express, the
Cnnva ed and Celebrated Choice Planted Norfolk Oysters,
and am prepared to offer the trade such inducements for
the entire season, aa Lave never been offered ia this mar
WBOLtSALB ar TH CASK AT USS.THAJjCOST.
A CONSTANT SLTPPLfALWAYS Oil HANS,
So t-at Dealers and Families can obtain, at anv titre
durm? the teason, tho, Choic Oysters in Cans and half
Cans, Kegs and half Kegs. Warranted Fresh, pweet and
unsurpassed, or uoeqialledin flavor and q tality.
Wholesale Orders Solicited Terms Cash.
A Desirable Residence
IP xxTolio Sale.
ON THURSDAY, the 3rd of December next, on
the premises, I will sell at public sale, that eon-S
venient Kesidence, opposite the University,' nn. 3
owned by John Q. Dodd, and so long occupied bv the late
Dr. T. co it.
The lot fronts sixtv feet on Market street, and is one
hundred and forty feet deep, with an a. lev at its side and
rjar. The house contains seven rooms, besides kitchen ,
servants' rooms, Ac.
Al-o, the lot immediately in the rear of the above, front
ing 6il feet on College street and which W at present occu
pied aa a stable lot to the house above mentioned.
Tcbms. credit of 8 and 16 month', for noiei satisfac
torily endorsed, bearing interest and a lien retained.
Persons wishing to examine the premises can do so at
anytime. A. V. S. LIN Os-LKY.
K. R. Glascock, Auctioneer. nov9. td.
No 30, Front Street,
Clover See i,
B ue Grass Seed, Ac,
And articles of Cincinnati Produce and Manufacture
generally, purchase 1 and snpnliel at lowest prices.
Constgume. ti of Cotton, Pig Iron, Feathers, Dried Fruit,
Giusang, Beeswax, Ac, Ac, tolicited.
t2& Quica sales and prompt returns.
Terms cash. B elm oct24 tf.
Nasltvillc, Home, Cartlniffe, Kiirksvllle
and Uultsboro' Packet.
BLANCHE LEWIS, Capt. Johm L. Batemaic.,
HAVING purchased the above Boat
for this trade, I most respectfully
solicit a portion of your patronage.
The BLANCH s LK-Vla will run regularly in the trade,
commencinK her tr.ps on the first rise of water, and con
tinue throujn all the boating season, fhe is of very
light draught, has excelle it p tssenger accommodation.,
and well adapted for the uoper Cumberland. All business
intrusted to me shall be promptly and fithfullv attended
to- JOHN L. BATEMAN.
Nashville, Nov. 14, lS5r.
EEQTJLAR CINCINNATI PACKETS.
The staunch and approved light water packets
SEVENTY SLY, BARCLAY, Master,
SWALLOW, ALEX. FRAZIER, Master.
PPIXCESS, d. AIKEN, Master.
Having been thor
and newlv fitted out
vi u tuiierior ac-
regular ten day trips
The commandants ana courteous
clerks of these steamers.
ill give at Cincinnati and
Lo lisville, pro apt and satisfactory attention to all ordera
entrusted to them. For freight or passage apply to
nov9 lm. U. H. HAtttUd )$, Agent.
A YOUNG and likely negro Woman, who is a good house
servant Kiquire at this oltice sept'25.
lnE undersigned is the authorized agent of the follow.
L ire Mills:
Broadway Mills Brovd street, NaJhville.
(inllatiD Mills (iallatm, lenn.
Union Mills Alexandria, Icon.
Silver Epilog . ilia Silver r-prlnrs.
A constant supply of the atiove brand i on hird In bar
rels and t&cke. A.bo Bran, Middlings, aud ishor s.
1). D. DC KEY,
Nov. 11. tf. No. ft. rvile re-'.
Valuable Land for Sale. .
t WI."H to sell the farm a here I now live, containing
1 auoui r-wo nunarea ana nineiv acres, riiuaiea twelve
miles South-East from Naihville, between the Nhvilleand
Murf.eesboro Turnpike and the Nashville and Chattanooga
Kai'road; a part of the land fronts on said Turnpike near
a half mi'.e, and a part lies within two bupdred yards of
tbe Kaiiroad. Tbe place Is well improved comfortable
dwelling an I out houses; good water, and orchard of both
Apple and Peach tree, and other fruits. The land is of
good quality aud under good cultivation, there being cow
sixty-tive acres well set with clover. All the land is In
closed with Cedar rails, has an abundance of wood, and Is
everyway a cetirable plantation, being admitted one of
tbe most nealtbv situations in Davidson county.
Those wishing to b-iy a good pleasant and healthy place
would do well to call socn, as I am desirous to sell and will
give a bargain. Apply to the sub criber oh the premises
or to James il. McDonald, Eq., Nashville, Na.4'2Jf Cherry
stree", or to N ANCai A VvUODWARD, Nashville.
Oct2i eofjan. R. H.WALLACE.
U7E have on hand a lot of second hand COAL ST0VKS,
pi incipally of sn all si'ie?, which we ill sell at very
low prics. Tney h-ve been need but a few months, and
are nearly as good, and not ha'f the price of new stoves.
Nov.25-if. MACKENZIE A WIL-ON.
S A USAGE CCTTEI5S.
tX7 E have a larr aupplv ol Sausage Cutters of all sixes
v V e AicA tre xcill U at rery Utw prices. It is a most
valuable artele in dome -tic economy , aud suitable for ma
king Ssusage Meat, Cold bla , Hashes, Mince Meat.Ae.,
Ac . AC MACKENZIK A W1LCON.
Nov. 25 tf.
IV' E have Lard Stands of all sixes, made of heavy tin,
it which we will tell at low prices. A so,
Sausage Staffers, Colander., Ladles, Skimmers, Ac,
all of wn ca we ul .ell lo for Cash.
Nov. 25 tf. MACKENZIE A WIL-ON.
JOHN YORK & CO.
HAVEre.noeJ their tfooe-bia ery from over the Tra
uers' liana to the se onu story of the Dailt Naw, Or
rica,on the alley betaeen Deaderick and Union streets,
where we have a spacious room, and are well prepared to
do all work in our liue.
We have a fine slot a of Blank-Book Papers, and warrant
our work to suit our customers both as lo workmanship
We took the premium at the Mechanic' Fair for the
best-made blank-books, and are determined uol to retro
grade in our work.
Mufio- books, Marper'a Magaxlne, and all periodica',
brought to us will b bandso ely and well bound.
Ola numbers of Harper furnianed to complete book.
Nov. 23 af.
1UON, NAILS Alli CAS HAGS.
If. ilflfl LB- lroB PHUburg;
XJJJU 1&W kegs Nad i, assorted;
tm tous Casliags, by
OctlO. R. C. BANDT.
SALT, TAIl AM ItOMN.
OAfl UAH9 line Salt;
OUi l' O bol. N. i:iollna Tar,
8uo ' Rosin, by
OctlO. R. C BANDY.
WHISICV, 1VII1SKV, VlllSAi.Ts.
1 Oil BUI-. Julius Smith's Reserve;
M. V" fx) bbla Pavne's Koberuon County;
.s Kecinsd W hisky;
And all articles in tbeurocery line.
It. II. &. li. J. GKOO.HES,
HAVING recently beea burnt oat, beg to notify their
friend, and patrons that all orders left with R. H.
Groomes A Co., No. IS College street, o- at tbe shop of V.
A. Baugh, No. 113 feouih Market street, will meet with
K. H. A B. J. Groomes are proprietors of the rirht to
vend Crane's celebrated Pstkst Mxtauo bcataL Casxrr ia
Davidson county, and are prepared .o sup.y all orders,
bole.sje acd retail, at the snorte.t notice.
mV SliASONAliLE GOODS!!
VEIIY LOW PRICUS!!
IBE subscriber have Just received by direct Importa
tion froia Aarope, and selected from the best louse
ia New ora and IbJadelphij, the large! assortment ef
House FurD.shii.s- Good. ever opened in this city. V.eU
trie atlanium of bo-e-a.epers, and taaU feel great xlea
sure in .bowing our good, to all visitors.
A targ. supply of 'lata Trays aastd Waiters
aiog'e er aiu of all vises, ry ebeap.
I ettVe L'rus toup Tureens, Covsrd Di.he., Oyster
Dishes, Cwffee and lea Pole, Planished Biock Tin and
t'lst te V arraer.. Chamber Setts, Bread aad Cake
B.se, lea and oosee L'anistcrs and all arucics anade ef
Japanne ' v.r In the Ceeast style.
ssattsaxre Cutterw, and eiur.r at reduced prleea,
Kml. ivjxj as4 Bassets, Mar. el and Ciotn.s u tii,,
Key and Mora Baakeia, aoa aa other aruciee ef Mtuew
Cm st Bterl, Iron and Bras Fire Iroas; Fine Irea
itaoda B run led aod .tret etta searbie aasea.
C a a I r sv, Cut and P'.ampel tsiass, piaied, Brittaala,
ef ad 'luaiiue.. Plated Spoons, Forts, Cups, ec, Ae-
lsa l.rdt, urtcr., Ciwtae Pins, ac, e.; etttt sip
wards ef I, uou d.tT rent aruoe. ertber lr tu orerxiasseat
ia boase ke.pi f .
tsrsmtes M. have the tartest aopply ef Parlor aad
Chamber Urates, eeivcud la N.w or, Ctneinnau aad
P.tisoar.'b, wu-;Ii w. win sell at reduced prlos.
Our Sleek ot H.aua aad lauut biottt It eosa
pi.'e, ..ti.r lor Cei or Meod; Oar io:.l Iruu btate,
'I' lie 'I (uarsttan euii taaiotsMO. tbe l re. ii .
aenkoc, and la aa raMdJy as ea eaa r-.i t usem.
Mti'stM.t a V 11.80N.
A LARGE tork of No. 1 Dotl. Segre kVeeaaa;
Z- Extra sisej tiros-sns, Dv-b&ie bic;
Aad a 8m4 ssjsrtatcl ef tlcer Mia li.iuta s.1 r-.
bais4 iLssa beM Sboea, just resetted t. r
4 Cvltft aireet.
r. a. eaarauLb. a. c aaaaocar. , au tauasisjcai.
EESTHOLD, BEIUIOUDY CO.,
Conniuioa aal Fcng-ardir IlerthaatJ,
A tO ttlUU IS
Nav. 134 accoastt atrvct, kalwl Louis, 31.
ar Ceosigooiaota ef all t;aera Predace reivd
aad preriiy aiull ta I a. ay li irlwAwlj.
RICH PARIS EOX.VETS AT COST!
'.mill tx - 3
WE GIVE UP FRCFITS THIS SEASON!
LLZE'VTISS 50 CLOTH CLCAS3 FK02I t2 TO $10 :
Worth Double tlie Price.
LADIES, this is nopufTto call your attention we are de
termined to close ojto.r Fail Gooaat almost aay
price. Your coining on with a new bonnet will make
thinirs look bright again during this time of tight money
Likewise a fine stock of Need'ework, Good. in Fet?, Ac,
consisting of Jaconet, Maltese, Muslin, Honington, Ac, in
Collars, oleeves. Worked Bands, Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Lace Veils, Ac, Ladies Paris CoSiure Caps, Utohair
Head Dresses and rich imported Head Dresses in the great
est splendor. Likewise rich ornamented goods, Combs of
every new ty!e, tbe Bonnet Comb to keep Bonnets tn the
right place; the new aty.e Elastic Role for tbe head, fine
and medium Cabbas and many Fancy Goods, to numerous
to mention. A fine stock of woolen goods of Talmas, Chii
drensCoats,Legins,Uoie,Mitts,rcarIs.and the latest styles
of RiVoletts for parties. It ia impossible to give you a tnll
description of our Fall Stock, it will require your personal
attention te examine. Having 13 years experience in
Nashville, I flatter myself that I can now please the most
fastidious, not only in goods but in prices.
Lad.es corce oat In ay attire.
And keep Merchants from despair.
Uf- And very long faces.
E. WISE, Aeent,
Parisian Millinery Baaaar.
No. 46, Union st., next duor to State B ank.
Nov. S3 tf.
WHOLESALE A NO RETAIL
HO- SO UNION STEETT.
ACKOOKI.lt la now receiving and opening his
Spring Slock of -
Ilr-XIXl 1 Ti ory Goods.
Merchants and Milliners will find it to tteir interest to
give him a call, as his stock Is far superior to any kept in
tbe city. As every one knows whatconsiitutes a complete
assortment of Millinery Goods, it is useless to enumerate
articles. It is enough for his lady customers to know th tMra
Crooker selected this stock, aud with a view to he inter
ests and tastes of their patrons. The public may reiy upon
being honestly dealt with, as he doea business in bis own
CARP E TING.
EIGHTY PIECES CF VELVET
TAPISTRY, Brusseis, 8 ply, fine and superior 9 ply, and
Tapistry iDgrain ply, (a new article.) just received,
which has ajl been puioha-ed by one of the Kirm within
the iast three weeks atDiSTaxaa batbs for can; and
IF7 be told at a small advance on cost for Cash.
Dunham Piano Fortes.
uur assortment of the popular Dunham Piano is unusu
ally large, embracing several
Ileceived tltia Day)
jr7 be sold at Manufacturer t Prices, Freight added.
& Son's Pianos.
Havm secured the Agency for the above ce'ebrated in.
atrumenls, we feel confident we can suit all who dorre
THE II EST PIANOS,
in regard to to tone, durability and finish.
Will be sold at Manufacturer's Prices, Freight added.
We are daily expecting large additions to our already
extensive rtcck of Furntture, which we will .sell at prices
to auit the tt-i.es.
CALL AND AMINE
our Btcck and Prices fur yourselves.
GREENFIELD A PATERSON,
Nashvills, Nov 7 lm. 10 College street.
L. a. U1CI. QUO. a. MSaJ.
QUICK & MKAD,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant!,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Flour and Feed Store,
NO. 11 SOUTH COLLEGE 8TREEZ.
tit 7 HITK WHEAT FLOUR, Unbolted Flour.Buck Wheat
V V Flour, Seconds, Shorts, liran, Corn Meal, Rye Meal,
3ats, Corn, and R e Hominy. In store and for sale. W i 1
be delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
QUICK A MEAD,
an3 No. 11 south College at.
Southwestern Seed and Agricultural
15 MAIN BTEUsT, LOUISVILLZ, XENTTJCXY
OUR Stock of Seeds ia now complete, consisting in
8..KHI bushels Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
8,OU0 " Orchard do do;
Cmk) " Red Top or Herds Grasa Seed;
6oO " Timothy do;
bod Clover do;
60J Osage Orange do;
810 Millet do;
fiOO " Hemp do;
60 Canary do.
On) " Top Unions.
GARDEN SEEDS ! O AUD EN SEEDS! .
We are prepared to furnish fresh and genuine Gardea
eeds, of the growth of 1S66, by the pound, single paper, er
a boxes containing 100 or Sou papers. A liberal discount
made to dealers. Orders respectfully solicited.
jaD28 tP'TKIN HKOTHER8.
!OEL C CO.,
WliolesaleGrocersand Dealers in
CO UX TR Y PR OD UCE,
COHXER OF COLLEGE AS'DSPRIXO STREET.
JN'asii ille, Teiiii.,
lOOhhdafalr to choice Sugar; 9) bbls Loaf Sugars;
10 do clarified
10 bbls powdered Sugar;
90 bxs Havana
T3 bags Lagayra Coffee;
6i0 hags Rie Coffe;
too bags Java Codec;
ton bbls Pike's Whiskey; 75 bbla American Brandy;
8(10 do Dean' do 10 do Malaga Wine;
430 do Welshiredo 15 do Gin;
15iboxei super old Brandy; 60 do Walker'ssuper Ale;
73 bbls A bbls Cherry do CO boxes St. John's Clarat
13 do superior Port Vi lne; Wine
75 do Smith's Kes. W'ky; tl baskets Champagne Wins,
bo da pure Rye do assorted brands;
80 do Monongahela do 80 boxes ChampagneCider
40 de Fine Brandies;
83 boxes E. 8. Powell's To- 900 boxes Jack Fallstaff To
80 boxes Soutbera Belle To- 80 bxs Uommeree Tobaceo;
bacco; 13 bxs Industry Tabaeee.
10,000 Napoleon Ctirars; T.000 Jenny Llnd Cigars;
5,'K'O Josephine Cigars; 0,oou Brands, assorted.
We will also purchase at the highest market prices th.
fallowing articles of country produce
Lard, Cotton Yarns,
W hite Beans, Meal,
Pea., Chewing Tobacco,
Eggs, Peach brandy,
butier, Apple Brandy,
Hay, Orchard Gra8eed
Hemp, Bias Grass
Bagging, Tlmotby "
Rope, lierdsGrasa M
Plow Lines, Hemp, S
Ed Cord., Onions,
Potatoes, o, Ac,
Country dealer aod farmer having any of the above for
axle, wtll do well to call on us when they visit the city,
axaar BsBT.ja. w. bacbab, a. oa aaav.
HART. MACK A 15 CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERC HANTS
WINES, B HANDLES, UNDOES, AC-,
No. 7 aud t Soutlt 31urUet Street,
OMNA.1CS IVtirLU for box., eontaiuing
piano, ae , tuaraei Mra. Allla UamptOB.Nashvil e, for
13 V-P'pc Brandy, marked U., .Vattivul.. lor bales Dry
Uiuea, tuarks il. brown,
masi W. H. GORDON A CO.
SI 4. A it. 144 hhd eeniara, fair, prime aad choice
Louisiana 8u (tar;
lHi bbls crashed Sugar;
1x3 bii. loaf Surer;
'! bbls elaxit.a Sugaa
30 bose. while Uasaaa SogLr la atere and to
al.by war! . h. t,IHsi a OO.
CJTAH AM'I.LS, Ac liw wbolo sexes VYsTa
U A Co.' Mar Candies;
ju S -boxes- r) era Ce. (ur Candle;
Si a-beae. de de do.
to sea.s MaJlseaatarcb;
1,a) box.. Prctcoii a I'a'i Ne. aa 1 extra Soap, la
tore and fof Mk by larU Vt . tl. u him a i o.
ty 11 1li V, Ac 1.hj tbu Julius U.SuUUi'a Wbls-
3hi bbls CheoowttV Whisk v;
tOrt bbls Uld iwmbea and As Whl.ky;
3UmJ boxes Ca Bi audi, i doxea each- lastereaad
er aaie by (ma H ) w. h. t.ua.-ON a o.
OSiAltl H4.S a; ftULETlNlsSU 1i bales T-t
and -4 J.auurs;
lil bale tl itch U.bj
It bales 7-3 bxiibbaT,
l,tjM ba. Cuiuia lams, sauiutrs. la ster. aud for
W. il.toOiDON A CO
saa.,91 Ar.ata for 1 .nscs.ee vt.auraturrra.
V A 1 1.. H.jwO tei !aoeab4r(ars Niia,all aiaea;
il aegs lUiar barrel tails;
10 htft t.teUtiij da;
list k.ssieuCiUg do;
U' ae. 4, 6, aad ( ia Si.es. la store aaj for sale
y ptt w. H. GoaixM a Co.
SCALt.Sl SCALE). II tat ALEll!! A fM
.sues tf FaubaDa'a c.xbreMd tcsiu tMsricaat, Piat
O X. ttroc.r ceaover a-.d Bcaai. Aim tlay aad Cvl
6a.ea, la tn.im.Uit ie at taclory prices, by
v'. ti- liuiti'OI A CO,
So: Aalio M.44.. ifcu.sss.
" Conln Coal:: i
'P:ieuitn. ef NksbviUe sew bay aa opHrtuei:y el
X kim.a.tg tu.asise. sub iju su,.. el uvou
Ct. AL fjr ti e wtat.r, by applicaiiua le lb. uiii.(a'i,
erteJ. l.lAivle,aiu. a, a Coal bJi, Au,.t
aaa Ct.f.uoe4a aaiwad i:".4.
ai f t C A, B. WASTiJi, Ajs&l.
SWAN.& C0.JS LOTTERIES.
NEW AND EEIXIIANT ECHEIIE!
Capitis 1 Prize, C0,0C0.
'JpHE following Scheme wl 1 be drawn by 8. Swa A Co.
1 Manager of the P. rt Gaines Academy lottery. In
e.ch of their Lotteries for Deceit ber, 1S57, at AUGUSTA,
frMraia,to which city they have removed their Principal
To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, oa
SATURDAY, December 5th, 123T.
To be drawn In the City of Augnsta, Georgia, tn public, ea
. Class 6T,
drawn ia the City of Augusta, Georgia. In public, oa
SATURDAY, December lth, U57.
tv a , Class 6S,
oe orawn in the City f Anaosta, Georrin, in public, oa
CN THE PLAN OF SINGLE NTJMBEBS !
"t'r Thousand Four Hundred Prises I
KBAkLT okb rantB to avaar viss Ticrrrs.
A GXI FICENT 6 CHE21E !
To bs drawn each Eaturday la Eecemlicr, 1857.
1 " .HrOOO I 1 m. .1 N'O
1 " u lii,0C.O 60 Prises cf'.'.''' I'.iJMVi
1 " - 3,0liol 10.) ..
I " 8,'KiO I lt:0 14 ".".!. 100
4 Prices cft8f0 Aprox'g to f o.OOO PrUe are 1 2C0
4 44 ita - 4 En,i"no ,4 44 i,M0
4 " 8ii0 44 10,000 44 44 ato
4 .. " 15,) 44 44 6 1 00 44 44 .6-0
4 44 44 425 " 44 P.0O0 44 44 .TO
4 44 44 Jt-0 44 44 SjUfl 44 44 4(0
4 44 44 73 44 44 ,nm 44 44 rco
4 44 44 60 44 - 44 1,300 44 2t0
3,000 SO 100,''
5. 409 Pria-a amounting to $320,000
"Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2.V-
rLKX OF THR LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 Io50,t0 corresponding with those
Numbers oa the Tickets printed on separateslipi of paper,
are encircled with small tin tubes and placed in one
The first 863 Prise?, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another het L
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from the wheel of Nan bcrs, and a' the fame time a Prise is
drawn from the other .heel. The Nutrber and Pne
drawn out are opened and exhibited to t e andiet ce, and
registered by the Commis ioners ; the Priae being placed
aiainst the Number dra n. This operation is .repeated
until all the Prists are drawn out.
Approxiuiat.oii Prizes: Tbe two preceding
and the two auceeeding Numbers to those driwirg the first
8 Priaes will be entit ed lo the 82 Approximation Prises,
For example: If Ticket No. 11.330 draws the tdtVO'l Prise,
those Tickets numbered 1145, 1149, 11231, 11952, will
each be entitled to 3r0. If Ticket No 53l draw, the $i0,
100 Prixe those Tickets numbered 64S 54K, 33t, f 53, will
eich be en'j.led to 950, and te on according to the above
Tlie 5,000 Prizes of 20wl!l be determined by
the last figure cf tbe Nurxber thai draw h toi'.O'Hl Pr.s-t.
For example, if the Number drawing the $60,010 tr seends
with No. 1, then all the Ticket', where the noaoer ends in
1, will be entitled to -'0. li the Number ends wrtn No. 9,
t en ail ihe tickets where the Nuo.berends in 9 will be en
titled lo tiO, and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the fol
lowing rates, which is the risk :
Certificate of Package el lo Wnole Tirkot 131
10 Half 44 40
44 44 10 Quarter 44 to
44 44 10 Eighth " Id
In ordering- Tickets or Certlflcat s,
Knc'ose tbe mon jy to our address for the Tickets ordered,
on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mall.
Purchasers can have ticks. a ending many figure they may
The 1 1st of Drawn Numbers and Priaes will be sent to
pcr hasen inr mediately afler ihe drawing.
rr Purcha era will plea.e write their signatures plain,
and give their Post Office, County and State.
137 Remember tht every Priae ia drawn and payable
in fall without deduction.
t3sY All pr.ass of $1,000, and under, paid Immediately
after the drawing other priaes at th usual time of thirty
All communications strictly confidential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificate to
8. 8 WAN A CO., Augusta, Ga.
UT Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or Atlan
ta, in., can have their orders filled, and save tuue, by ad
dressi ng 8. Swan A Co., at either of those cues.
3ry A lint of the number, that are drawn I rota the
wheel, with the amount of the prixe that each one ia enti
tled to, will be published aster every drawing. In the fo Ijw
ing pai ers : Au tvsta (t?k.) Ctms itutioniitUt Xew Ur.
Inttit leUt. M'bils Rtawter. CharUtton Standard JV.isA-
rille GaMftte,AUanti liUvliarncer, Arte York Wetkly Lhiy
Book, Mf.iniia.i- Morning Aetra, hiihtiurttd lipauji,
AeuJ York lipaU:K, and I'uulding (Hia.) CUtrioii.
Royal Havana Lottery.
T' HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by tbe Spanish Government, un
der the .upervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
tak place at Havana, on
Tuesday, December 15tli, 1S57.
torteo Nuuiero 6U1 Ordluarlo.
Cavital Prize 100,000 Dolls.
I Priae of $100,000 4 Priaes ef a,0tsj
1 44 44 60,000 6 44 44 1,000
1 80,000 62 44 44 600
1 " " 10,000 143 44 44 400
1 " 6,000 90 Approximations.... e,6o0
4 Approximations to the tlOO.000, of 8600 each; 4 of 4o0 to
30,000; 4 of 400 lo 80,000; 4 of 400 to 10,000; 4of4O0lo5,OU0
Wliole Tickets $20 ; Halves $10
Priaes cashed at eight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on the Nashville city Bank taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as aeon as tb result become!
tW Communications addressed to DON RODRIGUEZ
(care of City Post Charleston, Bo. Ca) until the 13th of
December, wiil be attended. Nov. 4
Pauic: Crisis:: Panic:
Those who want money had better try to ob
tain it ly yurclasing a Ticket in
MDERSOH & SQK'S LOTTERY
HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NTJXEEES.
Jasper County Academy Lottery.
BY AUTHORITY OF THK 8 TAT K Of GEORGIA.
Ms ft a T Tf ,
DRAWS DICEMBEB 15TH, 1S57, AT AEM0BT
.HALL, SAVANNAH, OA , uuder the swora
nperlateadence cf W. . tymoiui aad J.
21. Pxentus, Etqs.
CAPITAL. PRIZE, S05,OOO I f!
Tickstc Wlioles $10.00: Halves $5.00; Q'rs $2.50.
PRIZES PATABLZ WITHOUT DEDUCTION 11
Onlj $30,000 Numbers ! 3.2S8 Prizes !
8 C II E n E ,
1 Priae cf 60Ct
1 do 83,0 0
J do 6too0
1 do ,(.iO
1 do 9,v(4
8 do l.onoara.. 8.0(0
6 do bOOare... 9,3U
100 do loOare lo.wa
lt" do 60 are 3.i0
7i Approximation Priaes......... 8,760
8,000 pnsea of 8o0 are... 90,000
8,!s4 Priaes ameantlng to 119360
&y Bank Notes of sound Baoka lakes at par. Checks
on New York remitted for prises.
$3& Drawing ef Large Clae-eeawOl be p. bll-hed la
New York and New Orleans Sunday papers, and Charles,
too and Savannah Dailies.
Address order tor tt-at. or certificates of package of
tick. I. IO ANDERSON A SON, Meuare.,
Macoa or Savacnab.Ga.
XSff" Address orders tor Tickets le O. H. WINTER.
Boa a3i, Naahvtll, Tennessee; er to AJfDA&fiON A tUi,
fd.ocn, or bavannah, Georgia.
Nov. IS trwA vtd
iiavaisa ie,ajn E.oTrmtY!
Favorite Odd and Eren Sclieine.
H02K THAN 1 P2JZE TO EVIET 2 TICIETS
30,000 TICKET4!. 18,187 PHIZES
CAPITAL, 30,000 D OLLAIlS !
Tickets ll Halves ; Quarters 1.
Let taoee bay aew was never boug.M before
Aad Hums who alwaya bought to say tbe aore.
PEI2E3 PATAELS VvITEOUT LiDUCTION.
To te drawn every Saturday in IToveaJ
ocr ana aUecemoer, 1S57.
Ilrllllaut aud Lnprecedsnitd Scbeuie
1 Prtae of...., 1,ia-0
1 da of 6, I -a
1 do of X..1-0
I Prise. of IHtmare.
de of........ tnware 8i
13 ee ef..... nHiere..... .....8.iv
W de of ............... liio are. t.iHMI
lJ do ef.. frJare 3,os.a
13 J l of Jt are J84.010
15.1ST Tmes, amoantias to $SS,000.
Baxk Note of souai Bank lakea at par. Checks oa
New Vera remutd for priaM. AtsOr.M erxJ.rs (or twx.U
er Cemscaie. of ras-. vt Tw.e. to
aUai.'4-,-, a aJN, M.aater, Macc-a.na.
ty ONtri tur rtM slOrfssss te ti. li. I.M i8,
Ba Ne. Ji, asaui, r.oa., wiii be prvuipUy au.asi.4
. IF t.i.at'L.U A
t T Mtrshaat.4 Back sou. ef th lUiowing Beaks;
Z V ki. -., t . Urtaaaa, aui lb et baaas el Uea'g'a
aaJ S-J-ia .ai.ia p.r ; not., ef aa of Na4titUa. iS
cu, liiseouat; Sana t ea;tj tsis Ivcu JrOvaaU A1m
ar at ratea a,r4 Oil at tbe Uute.
tv. 11 4
rTStS I t'5 fvs-abie Ibsve le botld yoer C1Sro. The
J k,tcutJ .l uasaa, ht'uii L. bkATIr, U caw t
j t e .j, aiii pretarw4 se bum taeaa ef ail sises, Appii.
a.aJ. by soia, ot eui.reue, te ii. G. evuvei.aiU
prut1 atieeiwa. ljuutii tiu.