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Saturday Morning, January 30, 1857.
Itis.te of Advertising:.
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" 2 week.
" 1 month
-. 8 u
Z 1 00 each additional insertion 8
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One square, one year, 83 Each additional ijnaie,tlO
AdverlUen exceeding: tlie spares on Irac.
ted for, will e charged for llietxce.
Notice to Transient Advertiser.
Alltraiisient advertisements in this paper, mmt be paid
or at the time they are handed in other Le they will not
be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli
very. &T We are authorized to announce W. D. Cuiu. a
candidate far Con.taUe in the Naahvil e District.
Tm Gaiitt. Siiakepearu'u great play of Mae
btlh is announced lor to-night. Tl.ie is one of tlie
most uuiverSJily admired of all the productions of
the BarJ of Avon. No ooe can doubt but that Mr.
Murdoch, will do kimaeh' and this poets ample jus
tice, lira. Mer.ken -v ill appear io s new role, ani
we arep. ramd tl she will, on tbU cccMr-ion, in
crease hr r cl.tiuis upon the admiration and esteem
of the Nashville public.
John Doblt, is the afterpiece. Let Mr. Uurioch
La? e a rousing house at his departure;
DivOPceo. We learn that the Circuit Court has
granted a diorce to Mr. Wm. Droadbkidoe, whose
wife eloped from this city foriie time no with a
scamp by the name of G. Wet.thworth, who had
inveigled himself into h-r gaol f;rtce9.
- The place of exbitition for the Cherrkee Corn
Planter has been removed from Xo. 7 Union street
to Messrs. Armstrong !z Co , No. 63 Market street.
t2T" On of the rno?t handsome detigns we
hare seen for many a day, is a ( leture cf Wash
ington, most elegantly and appropiiitely framed,
and intmded as a present from C.ipt. W. W. FiNr
Pr -fident of Nashville Fire Company No. 1. to
Washington Fire Company No. 5. The frame
oi: tains emMema peculiir to the Fire D partaient,
engiaer, hose carriages fire-plus, hooks and
ladders Si:. It was executed by Messrs. Freeman,
We are plad to S'-e the young t', receive a
token of eeto in, of which they ere eo worthy.
It is the off.-pri 'g of the generous heart of a
prou pt and villiiiit fireman.
Th YoDNO MaVs LlTIBAKY UslOS will
ceL-brate their first Af.inv-rtt rv t is evi-mng, at
1 o'clock' in the "Lt-cture Room" of the McKe-n-dree
Addresst-8 by Rv. J. P. 1'cFerm.n, D. D., and
Vim. M. Urban, E-q.
For the Na.-hville D .ily Patriot.
Messrs. Eimtors :
I have beard there are vsrious opiiiio:is os to the
object and tneaninsof the ordi-r,I introduce 1 to the
court, c the sufj'ct of railrmd, which i9 adopt
ed by the court, us ouch, I will thank you to pub
First, I wanted to stop expenses, aid protect
the interest of the county in the North-western
S-'cou J, To get a full and r lUble r-pirt of the
condition of each road in which the county has
Block, which would iv.; trie court, and the le'i-lt
ture a better idea of what they t-houl 1 !o for lh in
And as myself and others htve rcen the acts and
work of S. W. Adkisson, over twenty five years,
and b is a tax pjy-r, and a ptoekholJi-r in v irio n
rods, we added his name to ih' caminitfee to g -t
the benefit of his exp-riencs and int"trity.
For I did, and do think, that if it is to iho inter
est of the countv, to pay ov'-r $2,000 per yeir, to
men tf watch the eontrsctors for the Cotirr-hou- ,
which cost about $65,000, I thought it would he
more ao with th railroads, that cot us $l,00i),0ixi
fifteen times as much as the Court-house, and I
enppose the county will ba eulj-n-t to part of the
damage done by the roads and contractors; as such ,
I hope the taXf-payers, the court, and th legist i.
ture, will get a correct report fiom the committee
of what has been done, and bow on each road;
what they are doing, and what they h ive to do,
and what they have to d. it with; and the court
requested the legislature not to take any action io
this matter, until they learn more about it, for the
people have been badly treated, cheated and hum
bueed. Your', Sic.
S. li. DAVID-ON',
Davidson Coustt. Magintratt.
11, C. McMini
LAaoa dialieu im all imsor
Foreign end Domcslic Dry Goods
No. 85, Collkoi Ftrkkt,
n a s i i v i i. i. i t i: m m: i:.
WE have now In store an unusually larpe and elegantly
assorted stock of Fall atd Winter floods of ev-ry
description, and we are prepsreil to otter greater induce
menu to persons wi.hing articles in our line, than it has
ever ben our ilrnri to do. fnr stork, both as to qual
ity and variety, will compare with any In the country, and
our prices shall be as low as It Is poonin'e rr ttiem to he
Citizens and strangers v Kiting the city will do well to give
oar stock an early and tlorough examination, as w f.-el
we can n ike It to their Interests. We would cVI the at
tention of the buyers particularly to the following depart
ments in our ousinea.
Elegant three flounced Silks;
" two " do;
Double skirt do;
" Bayadere do;
" Bridal Ur.sses;
' Dinner do;
" Print, d Delaines.
Together with an rnllf variety r-f mM.nmtnit lov
priced Mlks, "n riounee.. Hol e, a Quill.-, and by the rar.l.
in iiwn, pimiu, ainiu no Dsvaiit-ret, also rat in tared,
and double-twilled Merinos and Cashmeres, ftrrat vaiiety
of all wool and Union Plaids, Mousdelalnes, and every-
uing new anu ueairaoie in nils way.-
Cloaks, Sim wis nntl Scarfs.
We have now the largest and nioft elegantly aborted
wca in mis way, ever seen In the countrv, many of whfcli
were imported by Messrs. A. T. (Stewart A Co, of New
Tork, eaprersly for our .ales. In Vlvtt, w have them at
an prices, irom IB to tstm. We have alo Mack and grey
cloth, and Beaver Talmas and long Cloaks, o., for ladles
and children la all qualities at from three dollars ip
Chawls in all siaea and qualities, both square and Irng, from
the mo.t ordinary to toe most eleirant. Aluojus' received
a fresh Invoice of thore elegant hlvh colored all Milk Cbe
nele Shawls that are really beauilf.il.
Iues uud Kmbroitleries.
TTn this line oar stock Usuperb embraelnc al the novel
ties of the seston. Collars and Hetve. aeparate ami lo
setts, both for colors and mourning; elegant Bridal Veils
and Handkerchiefs, Lace Falls, real and imitation; Jironet
and fwins Tri-t mings and Flounelr gs. Real Valeneicnn.s,
Point Aplique Laces, Intertings, 4c, le.
8 4, 10-4, 10 by II 4, 10 by 14-4,10 bv 10-4, Damask Ta
ble Cloths, -4, T-4, 6-4 and 10-4 Table Dan as bv the yard.
All sisea, col.wed woil, fnhn and Cotton Table Cloths)
PlaiC strid roillinettvs, Napi ins. together with all klu.t.
of Diapers, Towellngs. Mjrtenles Qudta, Ac, Ac. Also all
widths cotton and Uuen rheeling.. Pillow linens. Doulcs-
tic, etc , etc.
Elegant Pat In Laines io all eolors. with trimmlnrs to
match. Kiegant Keps in t hintaco.ors. with I rtmtr uirs to
raau-n. Meg in t lce Muslin Curtains: all wool, uniai and
rotton Damasks in great variety, lOttli.er wlJi Cotnices,
p.wikiu riui, anu nanus.
C'tarpetluKw atnd Oil Cloth.
Heal Wilton Carpets. leu ant Velv.t and Hru..e'.. In
rtat variety. Elegant 8 ply. and Ingrains, tb lugraios
at tower prices. Also, lilm ami u,.ui. k... ..j k.n
j-- pei.; iwuieaana puis Venetian in all wioiha: loeiher
r'lh Felts. Dnuialt. Crumh rl.h. u
Lv " . . -
r'.are prepkreu io make and Dut down Ui.riu it..
hortest nouce. Me hare a Urge lot ol Floor Oil Cloths
I the beat makers, and in all Uihs, wuiuti we will cut la
ay shape to suit purchasers.
We have an onatailly large lot of all kin.t. nr r
oods, Uleaehed snd Brown Lotions: wool, unmn
n Flanneis,.tnpedeottcn.lor.erani, io rrral variety.
wj gooas ior noasa ana Ccid servants. Prints, t.tng
us, Uoaiiirv. blovsa. In aLcrt attar thin. . A...i
at at price.) tiiat cannot fail to give uUuuon. '
"c, H.C. McMAlaV A CO.
Hartt I iuies-l'rltes lo l erie.poud.
Owing to the tremendoasly tight times
hr, with of thia month, aod January, lt5S, a e roHto
er oar stock of dry goods at cost for r.i u . ,i.,t j..
s to rn a off a lot of old goods, lor our stock U nearly aud
having been IB business but a short time, bul be
ise wa wish to reduce our stock on band.
have a fplendhj lot of Yeivetsnd Cloth Cloak. B ack
fancy ma, Zmbroderles, Lacea, Ao, wblto and
Nn Goods, besides a great many different kind of good
ku it ia need.es to a en ioa. Come one, euaie all. if von
to bay better bargains than yoa have had an opporta.
f doing for a long lima.
a- . I. C KICHOLf ON A CO.
STEAMBOAT AND RITES NEWS.
Jan. 29. Jo Savage, N. O.
6 feet on the t-hoi'a.
Niw Packit. Cupt. YV. Sims has placed bis
boat, the lookout, in the Xishville and Padecah
trade, aod will leave this city ever Monday and
Friday for Paducah. The Lookout has been rep
resented as the fast boat in the packi t trade, aod
in charge of a geplUmm 60 popular and attective
as Capt. W. is known to be, we feel rure she will
become a favorite. She will leave here on Monday
next at 12 o'clock.
HATESi OF KXCHAMGE.
OOBBXCTXD WgEXLT BT
NASHVitLr, Jan. 28, 1659.
Bank of Tennessee...
L'nion Hank ..
Meicuant's Uank ....
Bank of the I hion...
Traders' ISank. ......
Bank of Commerce.. .
Hank of Paris .......
Hank of Chattanooga
Bank of America ....
...par ohiie Kanka par
..par Kentucky Banks .1(2,3 prem.
..pari Missouri " par
..parjNew York Sight.. .4 tot prem
..par.Philadelphi i. ...4 to 5 prem
. parjNew Orleans scarce
..par Gold 8 to 6 prem
..par Bank of Xa.shville. .. 15c dis
..pari " " chelbyville. ..15c dis
..par Ocoee Bank 15c dia
,..par Bank of Bandridge. ..2c dU
..par " 4 Claiborne. ...85c dis
..par " " Tazewell .... 8,'c dis
. par " " Trenton 4Uc dis
..par " " Jefferson ...,6c dis
Dank of Memphis. ....
iluck ilaiik. .......
Kiver Bank .... .....
.par " " Knoxville....i;edi
...riar LawTenceburir Bank.. 15c dia
Exchange Bank,5'g and up- Central Bank broke
wards pari Bank of fcatt Tennesee
Northern Bank par .Miners' A Manufacturers
Southern Bank par .Mechanics' Bank "
outh Carolina Banks.... par! Agricultural "
Georgia Old rank parNorh Caol. Ranks. CSc dis
New Orleans B'ks 2 to8 prem i Virginia Bank. par to 1 prem
SIIi:UII f ALTV.
7 We are authorized to announce James M. Uitob as
a candidate for therifl of itavidson county, at the next
?if We are authorlz. d to announce J. R. McCaks a can
didate fur bhenir at the ensuing March election.
8T" We are authorized to announce Johs K. Eomokdsob
Ma candidate for fchenfT of bavidaou county, at the next
StT We are authorized to announce E. B. Ciglet as a
candidate lor Shcrill of Bavidson county, at the next March
CllttUi till 111' CLIIUK.
IT'" We are authorized to announce D. C. tovi as a
candidate fr Circuit Couit Clerk oi Llavidoon Couutjr.
Election in Marcli Lext.
COIST1' IOIKI CEEftK.
We are authorized to announce Capt Jons S. Dasb
IrLL as a candiduie for County Court Clei k, at the March
t2T We are authorized to announce Flux R. Cheat
ham, as a ruiKliilate for renrlection to the olhce of Couuty
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
ITS'" We are authorized to announce William L. FostkA.
as a candidate for the oliice of County Court Clerk at the
ensuing March election.
coim v TKivn:i:.
fT"- We are acthoifzed to announce Wm. Jacksos, Fe q.
as a Candida e for county Trustee at the eubuicg Maich ekc
J.T" We are authorized to announce Jons Runs as 1
c.inilidiite for re-election to the oll.ee of County Trustee, 1 1
the ensuing March election.
f We are authorizeil to announce T. T. Fat'snrHS as
candidate for the ollice of County 't rustee, at the euouu.
tV" We are authorized to announce Eli L. Woors as t
candidate f"r County Trustee, at tl.etiext Ma. chelec.iuu.
J r" W7e sre sulhor:zed to annousce WtigoM Mci.LtH as.
cnndiilaie for Con-tuble iu he 1 ushvil.e Dutiict, at thee
suing March election.
f We are authorized to announce Jk-bk W. Pack as
caudiJate for Con tub e in the Nu.-livil.e Li.-lrict
fs1r We ar authorized to announce McD. A. NoLm a.
candiila e for Cousiahle iu the Na.-hviile uis.net at iho nex
March ek-c lun.
Sff We are authorized to nnnounre Jo?Ffn L. Rtas c r
a candidate for Countable, in the Niishv ille District.
f'f We are author ized to annotinee Ja-t-K B. Prrt as
candidate for Constable, in the Nashville Distriet, at th
ensuing March election.
t'Tj'" We are authorized to announce Flktchfb W. Hop i
as a cardida e for Constable in the Na.sf.vilie District, at tL'i
euxuing March election
fry We are authorized to announce Sam. D. Nicuol ?
a candidate for Con-tuble in tlie Nashville District, at th
e su ng Mar. h dleetion. nov.la
IMIIw of Eadiii.
Men inbuilt IIooliM.
Clieck ISaokk. on the rations Hunks.
TSatti Itook,f)n the rarivux ti,iitia.
I. filer n ml uplHper.
Piiierund f in vt-lopes.
Illuck mid ICt-d Ink.
It linker's) 'Hoe-.
Lit w Itooko.
Ill lle and II j inn Hooks.
Irllat t llaui on nud (lu.thul Hooka.
.Si linul Hooks,
I or bale by J(lll VOItK A-CO.,
Us e 10 -if. o. 38, I it ion Sit.
JiOOKS WHICH Will IJ()OIvS!
lirrbertS Rrrnl i orli on the florae of
America. ln Mlolieit eiprel y for
FRANK FORRKSTER'8 IIOR?E AND H0R8FM ANSHIP
OF THE UNITED hTATE.s. by Uenry Wi liam Herbert, au
thor of Field Sports, As., 4c.
Subscriptions received by JIIN YORK A CO.
Nov.So-tf. No. Union Street.
IVttlli'l DIA r A JI E II. 1 C A .-v
i; i, i it i: v i; i
A collection of 8, et ches anil Atldresse., Foren'le and
Parliamentary, bv the mo.t eminent orators of America,
with bioarai hical sketches and iliu-trative notr. It will
eonlaiu many wl.it-h have never before been included in
any ro! Uction, and are not readily accessible to the ktu
dent r the general rea er.
Fuh!.criptiins received by JOHN TOKlv A CO.,
Nov. 20 tf No. S3. Union Street.
CKiAK HI AiN UFA CTOKY.
'IIIK un lerhii ned are row very extensively engaged In
A the manufacture o! all kinds f Cighr, and are en
abled to cotteie succesafully with any of the lantern
cities. Cue of our firm, who ha clurge of this depart
uieut of our bui-tnes, being a practical Cigar-ii'aker, our
emtoiinri n ay lely upon Retting sucn goods as are sure to
give .Mis faction, and width will gunr.niee in ererv in
stance, w e cau assure our friends and customers that w
are making as tine Cigar, as ever came from Havana, we
in.K)ri nuee-t Iro-w Ibere I lie finest lobacvot, thirdly sav
ing eon. ideiable duty, we are cuabbd to tell our Cigars
-... - m . DiunH iuer raiet man anvtlilnir likM e-
' .rot-ic uouu o iu ported, ttien wliy not
J.iicoiuage Home lutliistry!
Call and examine fur yeui.elvesat
LYON a A CO,
o. 71, Pubno Square.
HATI.NO anticipates! the larre drn.and that Is soon to
be ma.lo for soexl. of all una. thi. cooing Spring,
we are constantly reccielua
aud have ao on haud
immense stock of
run; Hiiu, Lrnmlirs, mid Linours,
CIGARS. 7 U HALLO. ASJ SUNDRIES.
Whkh we are Bering al li e tcry lowest possible price.
Particular aucutioo paid lo an order.
LYONS A C.,
. "o- 71. Publ.o bquare.
Up-and-TJp Livery Stable.
LtaJrtck btrttt, tcttteem Cherry and Summer
PENTECOST & TH0JIAS
T I AVr taken It e above Stable, an4 purchwed tha Sx-
A I ture. slock, e'e. therrtn: aud lhc Ul 111 method
lo lrform the pwblie thai ia are prvi arvd lo faro sb Sad
dle Horses, llor and lieggu.,Cariig:-, eie., apoa the
short..! not e., ok r.as"nai .a l.rtns, to mil who assy have
oseasioo 10 Dire tnvui. our uor.es a. e in good Ouo li-.ion .
our nugg ana iiarneaw .re aew, or la thorough m
pair, we Mit a ae clients .ddaien to ur atoek,
an.t o r.iili-ir in lilt ud. cf suir.a .qual to any
ia ibecity. U-r icbccl(i.cc for loaiditig llors. by the
d.y IT week, are nequaiLd. as a t art or itus eaieaaive
lal l.tikh wa- rrceoii bui t ) a a. ted uu exin.ul t kit
brat ch of ih. hj.in. and we hate secured the sr
of UietHE.i and a.w.1 siiwritbesa Cot er. to be lo usd
or else he e.
t'or lu ton la the moil .legible ia the citv.bvfng e.a.
ral, eouv.ui.nl to tt.o Suaie and ihepriuc pal buaai.aa
Careful Jrlr.rs furoUhvJ if required.
A share of pub.-c pairo-a,e u re.pectfjtly solel'eil.'9
J A?, r. fr.Ms.CvaT,
W. W. THOMAS.
N asb vnjjB, Pee. 1 ly 1 Si7 tf.
SUItT Brass, Hocks, Nuts. Washers, Axl,0iw Pack'
iug. Leather ttcltiBj-.oa hand and for sale by
"PUJ- D. D. DICKEY.
THOSE WHO HAVE I'SEU IT.
Among; the many testimonials in favor of the effect of
tCEitHAVt'8 HOI LAND BITTER-1, we offer the nam a cf
the following, many of them wel!known In this c4:y :
Jaubs C OLVnt, of fionth PitisbOrgh, . ays; "It is certainly
a valuable medicine, it cored me of Dyspepsia." "
Captain Hiui Zatoi, aay : "It cared n y wife of Ken.,
J. A. Vox BosXHoasT, says: "I never met Willi torpsedy
a remedy for acidiiy of the (tomaea."
Hmbich PACLP3,aj6: "It cared me of a severe chronic
diarrtosi in two days.'
Samvei WooMcrr, of Athena, Ohio, say: "When
commenced asicg jour medicine I was so prostrated that
l c:oij not walk across my farm ; after nalag oas bottlbI
can eat any tntng."
sore and Inflamed JL Tea. These disacreeab'e
JI iainij are becomu c remarkably prevalent oflate.and
g.ve any thing hut an interesting look to the possessor of
u.eaaea organ. " A red and Eery eje" to not pretty
w at Da certainly cannot be agreeable to bare 'for
aeeps, as tte boyj say. We can tell thoie afflicted hi this
manner how to care the evil, and ont charge them any
uung ior me information. Let them get aome of BbaqCs
akctic i.ibiiikt and touch the inflamed pait with it a few
umes, and the work is done. Ti e Ajctic Linimentmay be
ooiainea at any of the hrag Stores in this place.
Kews from Airtrinla.
Madisob, C. H., Va.. Oct. 21. 1856.
Dr. C. M. Jiiciton. DtarSir:l take pleasure in add
ing one cernocate to yonr li-t,und recotxreencing Hoof-
Iano a German fci terr to all ho may be aifilctedwith Dys.
pepsia or rue-, x Had been afllicted cone four or five
months with ry?pp la, when I commenced taking the
Biiters, and they effected a perfect cure. 1 bad also severe
pain in my s'omach, attended with I ilea I have never
had an attack of the earr.e nature dnce I was cured by the
Bit ters, an. i I very cheerfu.ly recommend them to all who
may be similarly afflicted.
Witness Jas. Jf. Floyd.
Ask for Hoofland'a German Bitters. It Is so!d by frog
gbta and -tore-keepers In every tewn and village in the
United States, West Indies and south America, at 75 cent
per bottle. (Janl ln
,WA2sTED Immediately. 10.
000 men to engage in the sale of the most
popular selling Books in America. Invalids, mechanics,
farmers and teachers, wi.-hing to travel, will find thia
very profitable ahd pleasant busine-s, enabling them to
see tee country, and make money at the same time. A
gents now in the business are clearing from $500 to 1 1,500
per year. For lull particulars and a list of Books, address
H. M. RUL1S0N, Queen City Pcblithicg House, 141 Main
street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living East, D. RCLISON,
ILLUaTSATED. g ft g
Thb New York weekly GOLDEV PRIZSis oaeoftle larg
est an I best literary paj eri of the day. An Imperial
Q larto containing bight pages, or roaTT colcmss, ol en
tertaining original matter; and alkqaktlt illcstbated
A Gift worth frcm 50 cents to $500 00 in eold.
will bs presented to each lubscriber immediately
on receipt ci ue subscription money.
Cne Copy for one year f. ? 00, and 1 girt.
f necopy for two ears 3 f 0, and 8 gifts.
One c pv for f-.ree year 5 OO.and8g ft.
One ccpy for five yiars 8 00, and S gi.tj.
am to (li bs:
Three Copies, one year J5 00, and 8 g'fts,
Five ' oples, ore year 8 Of), and 5 gift.
i en copie. one year 15 00. and 10 gif a.
-en. . -uuc ojjicb, oue ear cu uu, and xl gifia
The articles to be dUti ibuted aie con prL-ed in the follow
i facages cf Uol, continI-g $'00 00. each
5 do do rlo
. 0 00, each.
10 do do do
10 Petent Lever Hunting Cared Watches..
10 Gold Watches
100 do """
i 00 Lr.dies flcld Watches
S00 eiher Iiunticg Cased W inches
100 00, each,
100 0 each.
7 5 00. each
CO 00, each.
. OH INI, each
85 00, each
i 0 OH. each.
:ro Miver Watclien ,o f 0 to VS. each,
llOO.Gold Guard, Ve.-l, ana Fob t ha ns10 00 to $j0. each.
Gold Lrcketi, Bracelets, Bioorhes, Ear Drops, Breast
Pin?, Ceff Pic, fleeve BuIIooh, Rintss, thirt Studs, Watch
Keys, gold andsiivei Tinmblec, nd a variety of other ar-
iiuns werin noiii iuceiiu lo lo tu eaciu
Irrmediately on receipt of the s bicript'on money, the
subscriber's name will be entered upon our tubi-ciiption
book opposite a numter, rnd t' e ci t corresponding with
that number will be forw-rded, within one week, to the
subscriber, I y mail or e(rpre,poU paid.
t3f All co nmuiiications should be addressed to
4? and 49 Moffat Building, 855 Broadway, New York
Specimen Copies tent f.ee. Aokats Wiitid.
Jai 25 d'meov3m
WE WILL OPES ON
THUESDAY, 8TH OF OCTOBER,
Xnv York Millinery Emporium,
32 l'.MO. SiTIIKI-T,
A MiTCni.ESfl assortment of RICH PARIS PATTERN
It BONNETS and
.tiii.i.im:u v ;ooi,
consisting of large and vsried astortrrentt of every
novelty a rd gem that couM be procured at the Fashiona
ble Par's Openings, in Ne York.
Mrs. Doyle. having longand attentive experience in the
Millinery Business, and having personal y selected the
Stock, she Uitiers herseir tbat her selection will please
the moft fastidious. In Fashionable Goodv, the stock on
ex miiuatton, will be found replete with every article de
sirab'e in Lault-' Furs and Cloaks, as well as Millinery.
Evrrv varietv of U-ianet Materials, suitable for the seaton.
iu nonneis reiuiouna and renovated in tupeiior style.
RICH PARIS KOIVAETS AT COST!
GIVE UP FRCPITS THIS SEASON!
LIKEWISE 60 CLCTH CLOAKS FE0U t2 TO tlO :
At orili Ooublellie I'rlce.
f ADIK?,thisis noputfto call your attention, as we are de.
A J termlned to co-eouoir Kail lloonn almost any
pric. loir coming Oil
.i . i . . , . . ' a aa. s. O
u...,;. .oo ur im again auring mis lime of tight mouev
i.newife a nne stork of Needlework. HoaI. In a-
r.n...l,nr ..ff 1 . . ..... . .1 1. . .. s
..... ... , ..vu.,, .aiiee, .-nusun, liontncton, 4c. to
Collars, Mceves, Worked Hand-, Lmbroidered llandker
chlef., l.ao; Veils, Ac., l adies Paris Colhore Caps, Mohair
Head I'res-es and rich imi.orted Head Mr..... in ,.. .
est splendor. Likewise rioh ornamented gnodi. Combs of
...... ,.Ew ...io, eon nonnei long 10 kreu Bonnets in u.a
Igr.l puce: the new siv.e tla.tin kni. tnr ih. s
md uieiiium Cabbasand manv fr'anev (lnri.
to mention. A Ins itock of soal.n .nUAf t.i... r.w.:i
Vi ,--""- ""t "n.rcarrs.ana me late t styles
or Klgo.etts for parties. It is impossible to give you a full
description of our Kali Slock, it will reqoira your personal
attention t. examine. Having 18 years experience in
rsaaliviJie. I flatter uiself tl-Mt I
" . , - . . M.. R1V
iumuu, qui onij ia gooa. out In prices,
i.Buie coma o n ia gay at ire.
And keep Merchants from despair.
US'" And very long faces.
K. WISE, Agent,
Pari.lan MtiliD..y basaar,
. r,-4, Union sln neat door to btaie tank.
rn , v '
l7F-lntroiiuoe according to our regular custom, "Onr
' Holiday iat,"woichforTateandfcleganccaa
not be beau At Hi rublio Cquare.
1 P new stjles aaj oolor. Nov opolax Lt rr.coUo.
Thoso French Felt Hats.
1 PKLflU SUlUtlff lutl ,M.I,..l . I ,h t . w..-4 r, M.
. ' ' ' . ,
01 rttM.icti a.
Iec W. 88 Pubno B-iuare
FPU 'I lit: HOLIDAYS.
Fancy Dress Furs far Ladies and
t4fIwouiac.il the .iMB'loaef iheLsklie.etf Naahviria
io our .oleoma .ux.- or huyfs. VfrTnfcfa,r
and CUFcS, and ever, dcrtpsM,. Bf baiMfukaasr
.wi. smsis im., n. s, r.iNie ssire.
LA Dl 1 8, bow u .he time lo gelaeboiee aod CI! BAP ar
tiel el I I Ills to pre v tot toe fruia lakine iA Aa.
riag tbelaleBMBi eiber now at haa-J.aiNew lork eatk
pruies,at araaciaco a.
I10BES AND TOOT MUFFiS.
SOMK very haadseea ROB CS AND FOOT BtCffA for
Carriaa-ea, .1 aa PaBue ivaarw.
A.J. fAMC!GO. FurrJer.
Ad. ti, PebiUSqaaro.
A "w TsUIla,uvbaafcetswl OaC
.. D. Dicecr
THK NATIONAL JLIJfE.
" Reporu Huraiahed by the Associated Press.
WasHiaOToif, Jan. 28Senate. The proeeerl
ings are local and uniaiporf ant. . -
HousK. dhe House discussed Kansas Affairs
and a Eatiooal bankrupt law lor binka. An noeu-
cesslul att-mpt was made to atop oiecuacion of ir
Kw Yobk, Jan. 28 Cotton unehaneed. Flour
doll; Wheat heavy; Corn, white 6770; yellow
66a68. Pig Iron 26; Tallow lOalOj.
Foreign per Canada.
The accident to the steamer Ariel, occurred on
tha evening of the 6ib. Sue waa able lo work one
Napoleon waa 6red at, on the evening of the
14 h, as be was entering the Opera Ilouae. Sixty
persons were wounded ami three killed. - The con
spirators are Italians. MaDy arrests have been
The Emperor remained to the end of the opera,
and was afterwards enthusiastically bailed by the
The Queen of Spain's speech announced the aev
ceptance cf the mediation ot France and England,
in the Mexican question, on condition that Spanish
honor be preserved.
Uazzini has issued an address to the Italians,
6ajing tbat to conspire is not a right but a duty.
Washikgtoh, Jan. 29. The fteamer Minnesota
arrived at Hong Kong, on the 5th of November. -
Utah advices to the fourteenth say the army is
comfortable. No news of Capt. Marcy.
No snow east of LaraoJe plenty ol grass, and
the Buffalo are fat.
Washington, Jan. 29. Senate. Not in ses
sion. Uotjfi Mr. Howard complained tbat no men
ber of the ComiLittee on wars and means could
get a chance to explain himself on the Printing de
ficiency bill, because members were diecuasiug
everything else under it. Further discursiveness
waa checked by the House, going into Committee
of the whole on the printing deficiency bilL
Savannah. Jan. 2fl Tha hrir R.mimi rM
New Orleans for New Fork, arrived here yeaterday
taking badly. .,
Ket Wist, Jan 29. The ship Middlesex from
Bcston for New Orleans, is wrecked here.
Weather at 9 o'clock this morning, 29th. New
Orleans, clear, wind north-west, mercury 66; Vitks
burg, clear, wind north, mercury 41; Natcbea,
clear, mercury 48; Buffalo, cloudy, wind uorth-east,
mercury 25; Pittsburg, clear, mercury 34; Cleve
land, clear, wiudiortn-wes', mercury 29; Chicago,
clouuy, wind west, mercurj 82; Philadelphia, clou
dy, wind nottii-w.a-, mercury 41; New York, clou's
dv, mercury S6; Bangor, bnowiug, wind norm east,
mercury 22; Halifax, N. S., snowing, wind north
east, mercury 16; Detroit, clear, mercury 25; Que
bec, cloudy, wind east, mercury 19; Portland, dear,
high wind, mercury 22; Boston, cle-r, wind north
west, mercury 29.
Washington, Jin. 29. ITorss The House
discussed the printing deficiency bill and adjourned
Nxw Yoak, Jan. 29. Cotton 2500 biles sold
at an advance ol J f ; Uplands Middling 10al0f
FlouK Onio 4 75a4 90; Southern 4 60.4 85, a
decline of 6 cents on eac'-; Wheat dull; Corn heavy;
Mess Pork 15 00al5 25; Sugar closed firm, at an
advance of J.; Fair Orleans 5 J; Rio Coffee 8
10J; Orleans AioUones 25a26; Rice quiet.
Niw OiLiiKS, Jan. 29..-Cofton, sales 4 50;
bale, easier hut not quotably lower, sales of'th-i
week 53,000, decrea-e in receipts 191,000 bal a.
decrease t all ports 527,580 bahs, S'ock S58 000
molasses 17418 1'2; wheat white 120a125;'r-.
I 00; corn 60; potk $14 60; ceff e j; bi-ber'sterl
ing 7 to 8 1-2 premium; New Tor, eight 4- di
count to J premium.
Washington, Jan. 29 200,000 dollars
Treasury notes were paid to-day to mail Contrat
Boston, Jan. 29 --The ship Kati Hooper, frot
Macao, O.t. 15th, for Havana, with Coolie. w
at Arjier, on the 22nd of November. The Cooli. '
mutinied and set the slip on fire. Fifty of the I '
Nw York, Jan. 29. The annual awanU nf tb
Cosmopolitan Art Association is postponed to th
25th of March K
Cotton Sales of Orleana Middling 10.
Cincinnati. Jan. 29. Flour dull 3 75a3 90.
whi-ky dull 15J; hoes) and provisions unchmre-
mespork 13 00; bulk meats 6f i6J; lard 849.
St. Lodi?, Jn. 29 Flour 3 90.3 95? whit
wheat 92Ja98; corn 38j41: oats STiiSR- mh.r
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE,
Nashvillb, Jan. 60 h, 168.
CO'TOV Sales yesterday of 4 bales at 9c '
TOBiCCO 5 hhds sold at Hamilton's at $5,43: 6 05- 6 2i-
6,60 and 7,20.
Adocsta, Jan. 27 P. M.
COTTON Sa'es Tuesdsv sSnrrnxn Iti h.t.. i.im
2 at 8X; 6 at btf ; 8 at 9; 87 at 9 if ; 57 at 9'; 46 at inc.
Sale to day, 894 Ism: 3 6: ft t Tj; a at 8: 9 at SH
at 6.'; 17 at 9: 20 at OVr 11 m. o'- i '., e, if-'I, f3
29 at 9Ji; 15S at 10; 7ia l.i; C8 at 10. Tlier'e l-a goo '
dealff-ring and D.iees are ej.s er. Mi.i.l'lni. rlr.n ,,.
ed at ltli.io.
Cavavbab, Jan. 26.
Seles of Cotton to dav 900 bales, at frjm l!Vi1iiu Th,
market has declined X, and there is a gotd .tquiiy.
CBARLrvTOH. Jan. 27. P. M.
COTTON Pales 700 bales, at flwr7r.ini w..i.. ...
changed, price rather in favor of bu.er
LLSAIVSS ik CO..
Successors to HEKBfAM & FLLI8,
AT THE OLD STAXD, AO. 34, PCSLIC SO CAR. I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GIXS CUTLERY 1XD HARDWARE.
Dec. 8. ly. . '
II A INK,
I I c.r.itis
12 T CETERA
WILLIAMS &: CO.,
AT K1RKSIAVS OLD STAND,
NO. 34, 1UIL1C CQTAEE, NASHVILLE, TENN-
WILLIAMS & CO.,
AT KIRKMAN'S OLD STAXD,
wr a . .
. I w .
I I! JLC IQV
Dee. 8. if
J C8T received, a lot of Superior FloerSoalew. AksewPlaV
form and Ooaater Scales. jaaSt WeC. S. A CO.
A rls to of Castings ef sll paturai wa baad at
XX. JanJS MoC. B A
117 Bare new making Wrwaihtlroa StovwaaUttla bV
. .Ur "kM a' hoaaa La tAo United mai.a.
JB ssvsC B. A CO.
ROOnSO, Gatteviaf sad aM kinds of Tie. Bhawl Iree.
and Coyewr Work dose ia tha saasA. lur.ui,..
r, us at laesaorteai notice 6 J
MeO. t. A CO.
TTHHFAS, tre las.lv ecc of the estate efHtary Cast
I eeoeaaed. fcaa btaai tm. t e .
Coealy Count aed bobatisg madw tha s. Aw rvsia rw he
lbs stalate ta soeb ( fiovid4. Tai. t. L'rM..
lify ta. ervdilor. t mtu4 til, karing etai araiat IK.
awsse, to appeal ta Ci.tk . t Sc, aJ Si taaaw4
wlik a tisae.kaueataca'ai ia ih. u.Hr ,r .
law, oa or before the tijrd UaadAy ta May teat, Lfcat tie
rtfects may be euu.bi.d a.-du g ia U. - .
Jaaia Hw l.lj. umieLrr. J-v
SWAN & COSJLOTTERIES.
I OK ITIES IOf.LAIlS.
THE following Scheme will be drawn by 8. Fwab A Co.,
Managers of the F. rt Gaines Academy Lottery, in
each of their Lotteries for Jannary, 1S58, at AUGUST A.
Georgia, to which city they have removed their Principal
Claas 71, '
To be drawn In the City of Augusta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, Jannary 16th, 1S58.
To be draw n in the City of Augusta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, January 2Sd, lt58.
Io be drawn in the Citynf Augusta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, January 80th. 1858.
ON THE FLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS !
i'ir-e Thousand Four Hundred Prize I
SBABXT OBB FRIZB TO BVBBT IUNB TICKBTS.
To be drawn each Saturday in Jannary, 1858
Prize of ...
l Prize of,
60 Prizes of...
loo " ...
J T.V"J ApLox'-
U -'- lo.'oon .V.V.V.'.V.'suO
6,400 Prizes amonntingto.
Whole Tickets tlO; Halves $5; Quarters $2X4.
PLUf OP TBIC LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 Io50.t0. corresnonding with those
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of paper.
are encircle a witn small tin tubes ana placed In one
Tbe first 462 Priees, similarly printed and encircled, are
piaoeu in anotuer wneei.
Tbe wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from tbe wheel of Nan bers, and at the same time a Prise is
drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to tre audieoce, and
registered by tbe Cocnrais Vmer ; tbe Price being placed
agsiusime number drawn. This operation is repeated
ssui an me rates are arawn oat.
Approxinint on Prize: The two nrecedini
anri the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the first
8 Tries will be emit ed to the 82 Approximation Prises,
for example: If Ticket No. ll.SSOdraw the SCOKM) Prise,
inose -ncicers naonered iizvh, 11251, 1123'i, will
eacn oe entitiea to suu. if Ticket o 550 draws the f 30..
U0 rnre. tbofe Tickets Durr.bercd 548, 549, 551, 52, will
eh be enti led to I-iCO, and to on according to theabo.a
Xbe5,000 Prizew of 20 will be determined by
the last figure of the Nun ber that draws the G0.00U Prtn.
For exami le, if the Number drawing the t60,0C0 rriaeends
wun ro. i, men an the Ticketr, where tie comber ends in
1, will be entitled to V0. If the Number ends witn No. 8,
i"u a.i ne iio.eua wncre me nnmner en as in s will be en
titled to 9 M, and so on o 0.
Certificalesof Pnc k a e si will be fold at the fol
lowing rates, which istherisk:
uertir.cate 01 fackage el 10 Whole Ticket' f$1
" " 10 Half " 40
- 10 Quarter "
10 Eighth " 10
In ordering- Tickets or CeniflcaUrs,
Enclose the rron-.-y to our address for the Ticket ordered.
uu raria i wmcn iney win re iorwaraei by nrst mail.
Purcliasers can have ticke's ending in any figure they may
The 1 1st of Drawn Numbers and Tr!xes will be sent to
purchasers in mediately after the dpfcwiuir.
t3P Purcha- ers will please write their signatures plain,
p .ucii roi "iiicr, uuuiiij anu Dtaie.
tW Rercember thiit every Prise is drawn and payable
is full without deduction.
t3T" All prise of 1,000, and nnder.paid Immediately
after the drawing other prise at the usual time cf thirty
All com-cuni.-a'.Ions stHctly coufldentlal.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
S. 8 WAN A CO , Augusta, Oa.
3f Persons residing near Montgomery. Ala.. or Atlan
ta, tta., can have their orders filled, and save time, bv ad-
A : a ci . r- . -. . . . .
mi wu i3. c-wu m ko., i rimer ui (aose ci lies.
fW- A Ut of the number that are drawn lrom the
wheel, with the amount of the prise tbat each one is enti
tled io,wiu oe pubiisne.i alter every drawing. In the folio
ing papers: aujvhui ( i,eo.) iXjii Uuliomiluit, Aeio Or.
ttrrnt iTUit, jur,(,ue legixtr, ctarlrton JStautiard, Ainh
i'ecen beritf, 1'57 dAt-w td.
More Prizes than Blanks!
EVERY OTHERJTOET A PRIZE!!
Z0ISTSED K0NKJ LETT EES AT 0TJSEMZ:
Capri Prize, $50,000
ANDERSON & SOKS LOTTERY.
ON THIS '
HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
Jasper County Academy Lottery.
BT AUTHORITY 0ITHi STATE OF GEORGIA.
CLASS XTH. DEAWsllatoFFEBKUAET, 1858
CLASS II, DRAWS 15th OF FEB SUAE Y, 1858,'
m pn ic, kvu, ueorgia, unoer me sworn superin
tendence of K. C. biiCLST and Jos. Matsbmab, tiqs.
Ticketr. Wholes $10 00: Halves 455.00; Q'rs $20,
FE1ZES PAYABLE WITHOUT LEDUCTIOH!!
Oalj 30,000 XumbcrTT 15,600 Trizes !
s c ii i; m E .
1 Prise of..
1 do ...
4 SO Approximations
15,000 pr.ses of is 50 are.
15,600 Prises amonntingto ailfsso
Tha 15,100 prises cf IS 50 are determined by tbe last
ugure ii in. namoer uiai draws the Capital if It is an
oai namoer, tte a every odd n amber tioaet will be enti
two WB9W a ii is an even namoer. then everv even
number ticket will be en iUod to 83 50. in addition io anv
vuiar irtae ui. fcioaet may arsw.
&y Pank Notes of sound Banks takes at par. Cbeca
on New York remitted for prises.
PsV Irawings of Large CUa-eswOI be pt-blibed ia
New York and New Orleans Sunday papers, and Char lea
ton and Savannah Dailies.
Address orders for ticket or certificates of packages of
uta.isiw aia.jLboii a tnjy, atanagei,
. Maooa or 6avannaA.Ua.
T S An,Tr.s nni.,. fnr 1'i.t.ii i. V w it-nrc orw
Boa Hi, Nashville, Tennesswe; or to ANDklBjJON A bOM
ss soon, or Bavaanan, Ueorgia.
Jan. 19 trwAWld
Royal Havana Lottery.
Tv HE aezt ordinary drawing of tha Keys! Havana
Lottery, conducted bv tha Soaniasi t3ovarnni,t.
der tha saperviaton ol the Captain General of Cuba, will
TliursdaF, January SStb. 1S58.
ertcoAuuicro AU3 Urdluairlo.
Capital lrlze 100,000 UoUs.
Pnsea ot IteOisl
4 - - , , r...iHw.wi,.,,. ,vsi
A pproxiruatioas to th. S linl (Kxi nr aai.i 4 .ra.
ftO.WH; 4 of au to So.OVO; 4 of Uv to '.0,000; of 400 to a5,VU8
bole Tickets giO ; Halves fclO
Prises cashed at sight at5 peroentdlaeoeat.
BUi oa the Naahville eity Baaka takes at par.
t fT OommenieatiOB addrwaesd to DON RODRIortT
(care of City Post Charteaioa, Bo. C-J aaUl lbs s-U ol
January, will b. attended n.
SOMETHniTG TO WEAR;
PBICES WITHIN THE EEACH OF ALL.
BOISE Ac LLVCUkO.,
VIoJf,,t u aJvaaca oa first cost, a prisae
Over-ceta of every variety;
,B-eiae Coats to suit tue ua.s;
DrM and Frees Cla at ti. . ,..( .tii
i'nl. awd Imi of v.r, grade-.
Shirts aad aoer-wkHhing f it 'kiada.
f . ,lt4 aapenee lot ( Goaiiemea FamUhiag
Coodn aad a-,', and Yaau'a Clothu,, v.'y STprV?
. ixe I if
J ACKSW &, ADAMS,
- Broad Street,
WEST OF CMAJTt AN CKUA DEPOT.
AKD Maaatasnareva of Deera, Baak, BUsida. Fraaawa.
MeaMiog..ArehiiravMtaaua, .1m iVvU.ra
Wrt. WeUt.raKrdin, .Pwptar and Pine PWiaTkBiivttZ
.ew. a....,a4 tn.uw. CZrlV?:
Inssde Bats of Vr.ua. r ansa Uouaeeof ST.ri it.Mrn.lien.
rowttfrwot tk.safros)diateeBUyuud,ali srwsaZr
i?JJllJJuZi - 'W. Sa.k prtwewg
aae giaaed IIJ.sirwA. aw siarf wlymo
lOH UL.1T. - - -
IfTAEraOCit AM) tUAL. Y AADf, fog kr
t.Bl-if - SJ,r.svUlAXD.'
; HARDWARE HOUSE.
McCAIL, VAinilEE & CO.,
. . " IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX .
FEENCH, ENGLISH, & AMERICAN HARDWAEE,
GU2TS AND CUJLERY, I
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools : also, Baili
ing and Railroad Hardware,
SI sr n of the Bigr Padlock,
NO. 44, MARKET STREET, NEAS THB SQUARE,
SALES BY THE CHANCERY CLERK. -
CHAUCIET SALE 0 F A JTIB ITT-ACEE TSACT
CF I AM) JJS "WILSON C0UHIY.
Tboa.C. Martin, tx'r, etevs. Joseph B. Hoghea and wife-
parsuance of the decree rendered in the above
caare. at ice Bovewber. I1SR7 y s -M .k.
Conrt. I will ceil to the hlchest hiriri.r .t ,k. c.
i .GJen H UI' Wih,on county, on S ATLKD A Y, tbe
30TH DAY OS JANUARY. 1S53. i li.'rVk . i
OF ABOUT NINSTY ACKL8 01 LAND, lying in Civil
District No. 24, of Wilson county, and in the vicnity of
Mr. Hatskscbs Tavern fund : the same being the tract
or land of which Brice Martin, deseised and possessed, a
2.?1,li?otic,,1r derii on wil be given oa dav ol sale.
TaUtMS.- A credit or one year, (except 150 incaih.)
Note with two good securit.es required and a lien retain-ed-
C. D. BklLS, Clera A Master,
1ec- 84 tJ of C ianctry Court at Nash villo.
Chancery Sale of Slaves.
P. S.Watson, AdmV, Ao , vs. J. Hamilton, Adm'r: and Elixa
PKzell vs. James Har ilton, Ao.
UESUANT to a decree of this Court, in the above eaore.
... 1 "''L 00 tl, '""lie rVaare,ia tbe City of Nash
ville.on Saturday the 80iA day tf Janaarv, 1653, tbe fol
lowing 8.aves, viz: Nathan, WUley, Uargaret,yesUey and
Terms 12 months credit. Notes with two good securities
required. C. D. BRIAN, O. A M.
dec80 dlawtd Chancery Court at Nashville,
CHAKCEET SALE OF SEAL ESTATE.
Isaac Paul g. Margaret Elam and others.
T3Y virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at Nash-
itVi k,?.lein.rej;boJe cn!' ' 'ovember Term,
1S5T, I shall on SATLRDAY, the 1 STH DAY of PSBRU
& tt? ?tV.011 0x9 Poblieeq are, in Wa-hvUte, well to the
highest bidd. r, on a credit of twelve months, the following
described lot or parcel of ground, situated in the city of
Nashville, oa College ani Center streets, fronting 85 feet
feet011"" u'eet'"ndronnln8 back with Center sueet 136
1 bbms. Note with good security is required and a lien
retained to secure tbe payment of the purchase Doner.
Sold iree from the equity of redemption.
Jan 8 td 0. D. BRIEN, CAM.
CHANCEET SALE OF SEAL ESTATE.
Edler Jonea, by Ao., rs. B. Lanier and otter.
BY virtue of a decree of tbe Chancery Conrt at Nash
ville, in the above caute, at November Term. 1K57 I
wiU on SATURDAY, the 1 31 H DAY of FtBLUARy next,
on the Public Square, in Nashvi le, sell at public sale, to
the highest bidder, a certain piece or parcel of ground in
Nahvi le, fronting ! feet on Gay street, and running back
with the line of Donis' Aile. 117 feet, to a cross street, snd
being knoan as lot No. 5 in Dorria plan ol lets
T.,"8,A creuit ' welva Ld eighteen months
will be gi en, notes with good security, payable in Bank,
be ng r. quired, and a lien retained for the payment of the
porch ise money.
Jan 8 id 0. D. BRIEN, C. A M.
CHAHCEEY SALE OF BEAL ESI ATE.
John Hugh Smith, Guardian, e. Hepsey Taylor.
Ti Y virtce of a decree of the Chancery Com t at Nash
sTt ,,l!e'md a'o Cause, at November Terra.
Ib57, I will, on SATL'KDAV, the 13TH DAY ol FEBRU
ARY next, seU to the highest bidder at pubno sale, on the
Public Sq.are, in Nashville, the one und.v.ded ha f inter,
est of sid liepsey Taylor ia a bouse and Lot. ailuatcd in
Nashville, frouting on rpruce street, about 40 leet. and be
ivg part of lot No. 155.
lakaa. raid lot wdl te sold, without redemption, anon
a cteoit cf six and tweiye mcutha: Lote. w th good secu
rity teicg required and a lien reiaixed lor the payment of
tbe purchase money.
Jan 8 td c. B. BRIEN, C. A M.
CHANCEET SALE-EEAL ESTATE
Christiana Det s, Ada'x Ac .vs. Coodlet alia GoUiel Deias
TjURSCANT to the decree rendered tu the above rause
, toNo,enb:r ,erm' thia court, I will sell on the
l-ublio Suuare.in thUeity.oti Saturday the 18th day of
February, l35S,the real e.-tnte of ahich Daniel Deias d ed
seised and posressed, the satt.e being known as part of lot
No. xs, in Baich A HhiteMOea' audition to Nashville mad
at the intersection of Mat ket and Jeflerson street.
This property will be divided Uio lou before day of sale
and a plan f the same will be exhibited.
Ts-kaus one ana two years credit wnh Interest. Notes
to be be well secured and a lien to be retained.
t , sco . C. D. BalAN.C. A M.
Jan. 'S.ISS td Chancery Court at Nashvil e
SECOND SALE OF THE SLAVES BELOAGLKQ
10 TBE 1.0SES KIEV ELL ESTATE-
ON Saturday the 18th day of rebrusry, 1858. 1 will aeU
on the rublio Square, in this city, the slaves Hester,
ratiey, and Al fca, aLd her two childien, ordered to be
sold by decree of this court In the ra e of Jo. Norveii and
others, vs. Henry L. Ntrvell and other.
lKhMS One-forth cash, acd for the balance a credit of
- tuuu.u. wuugfli interest. li. u. ottlaiN, C.A M.
Jan. 11, Ibis td. Chancery Court at Nashiifle,
CHABCEET SALE OF SLAVES.
IN pursuance of a decree made heretofore by the Chan,
eery court at Naahyille in the case of W m. D. Neal .
r. 1. 1 ltts and others, 1 will sell to tr.e highest bidder lor
- , wU . uuiio cums in iue i i or Nashville an
SaTcKDaY the OTU Da Y cf tBRlJAKY, I 868. u
. , ... , ..t. sxiuiaa, wana, Allen. Al
Lucy Ann, Margaret, and Martha.
. . . C. D. BSf EN. O. A M
Jan. 18. 1938 td Chancery Court at Kaibvuia.
CHANCEET BALE OF NASHVILLE AND CHAT
iaaouua JtALLEOAD STOCK.
a.nocn vunnirgi am r. jcla Coltart and others, and M.
wm. uun (.oitart and ouiers
BY vlitue of a decr.e of tha Chancery Court at Nash
ville, made in the above causes, at November Term
1S57, 1 shall, on SATURDAY, the I 3T11 DAV of f KBRU-
uexi, sen to me nignest bidder, at public sale, for
. . ..;-m. co.,. si me r asnvuiswand Chattanooga
""" vwaiBauy, upon me ruone Cquare in Naahville.
" " C. D. BRIAN, C. A K
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
xnroiifis icaiea from Itew York and
i unauripuia lo riuauwllle, 1st ren.
aieriioii witn new lark audPhil
ndelplilta Maiubip Lines, io
I'lhe lot of Jut, e, 1858.
First Class, per 100 lbs-
tteeond " i
noxes uau, -
furniture ana carriages boxed, and other light
goods nut enumerated. Carboys of Acids, or
otaer Chemicals, per 100 lbs., S
Plana Fortes, Books, Stationery, Boot, Shoes, TJqaorr,
Oils.Ae., In bottles. Camnhine and HDiriuTnrMniin. i
barrels. Carpeting, CMna, Glass and Glassware, Cigars In
VI. ..1 Di..i. Uf. ' m . . -S
j, ..a uu uiiuh nsrs, i eas ana epices.
Hardware, excent socb as SDeeiQsd in third riu. nsr
M1IU, Machinery, Foreign Liquors ia barrels and pipe.
ixiwerin roiis una ooxes, uns la bar
rel and casks. Crockery and Qaeenswatw la crates and
cBaas, suoe, w nitmg, rtaater, eheel Sraae aud Copper.
A x.s, Shovels, pades, Sad Irons, Zine and Tla la plgs
Tin Plate, Anvils, Vices, casks of Chains ad Hoes, Manilla
and Cotton Cordage, CoBee, Heavy Castings, Mill Gearing.
Carriage Springs, and Axiee, Railroad V heels and AaieS
cnairs aaa cpmes, ana kosib la barrola.
Boxes Hats, Furnlto re aod Carriages boxed, aad thai'
iignt articles not eonsaeraiea; asso, carboys or Acids e
other Chemicals, will bo ohaiged at double first oias
aar uave every package plainly marked with aaase ol
consignee, destiaalioo and depot of delivery . Auectioa
to thi mailer prevents delay and loasea, aad lasarea a
Goods shipped via Savaaaah, should bo consigned ta
Ageal al ueairai K an road ,eavanaan,aad package, stark.
eu ears Agent u. at. si, oavaoaaa, ua.
Goods shipped via Charleston shoaJd bo eoasignod ta tha
A (so I of the Sooth Carolina Railroad, CharloMoa, and
paciages marsea, car ag.nt b. v. si. m.., vnariostoa,a. U
Tbe through rates as above eover all expenses from Mew
Tork to Nashville. 3 o w.li.isi, araywj, or ItAarfaf..
tkarymd tkerut Charimwttm or Haptnuuii.
Sbipwers may rely aposi nnlforsa rates and prompt d.llv
eries by both line. Over-cbargee and damages by eiib
lino, will bo adjastoel by the agcata of the Nash villa aa4
caauanooga a. ad.
Ia case of lost or muuing goods, I wDl take eharro of aar
oorrospoBdeaeo necessary lor their recovery, aad it ae
found, will pay for th. same at tbe expi'auoai of SO days
alter notice Is gtvea. AU uctUv oLomt ou4m,Jo Asm,
whU or McUiumt m th 4Awife s.4 C Wlfkiwowea
oa4f. ssismI t SMStfrsssssf ( U. I. A44rmom. Atcl .
Merchants whea ta Sew York will receive very Informa
tion and aaeiataaoo ta shipping, by applying to tb Agent
of U ChariosUMi lias. No. MS S road ay, aad tae Savaa-
aaa uae, ao. is orwadway.
CUA'B. W. AN DERSOII,
Jaa.1, IKS. Jva.lt tf. . aaa Geal Agwat
;T ust Hoooirocl!
Uiaiou Caaaiiuere Paut7
Over-Coata, Ave, Avc
15 Oodoi Stroot!
sovT CLIIT-A AUBOTTi
La. Ko Glascoclc,
AUCTIONEER & GENERAL AGENT
WOCLD effsr ki servioee u the pbU as Agsat for
REAL ESTATE, NEGROES.
r eth.r species reofty,.iLhrr IsUsisr eowalry. So.
Jig d eterasiaee) to aeveao asyuaia MUsoaawvo tBiaei.
aad having bad oaoaideraaleesponeaae. t gaUer syesa
bat I aaa give aatlalacUoa to taee aba aay laser as. is.
hat Baa. 1 aaa always ao faaad at law CoaUaa- ass
a "J'atnot Oaea." where, ta sr. aMae,ass.raaa
- Dry GoodA, Groceries fcCe
Qftft BAGS tae Salt;
j U U w wais. a", cai oilaa Tar,
o Aoata, a
Oetia. - ' .. BtWTiT
us, w.w.a, v.Biseusncrwi.ii.u.i CUuda, Wry Ooods 1 1,
boxoe or bales. Drags, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery ,
Furs, (iarden tWeda. Looking Glasses and Looking Glaa4
Plates, (at owner's risk.) Ovst.ra in cans and i.r. u..i
fH Xaait kd tag sate by
RCAD aad do well; Do onto as a wa bare done ante
yoa; Goods you wanted goods we sold unto yaa.
Money we want please pay unto as. All tnee Indebe1 la
a. for 1858 and 1857, w.ll please come forward ard bslanoe
their accounts. t o. VVUItaV.
. lanS lm
rpW ) story frame house ia McGavock's addition ?Aay.
A obtaining five rooms, kitchen, large yard IV.ia
and a good well of water. Apply to k:1'
W. R. McFARLAND.
Ko. 78, North College St,
rrHT.CoBBt,7 Cotu. four miles from the A
-a. Cltv. on th. K . -k.ii
BaProsd. at Gienchff. -ik
twenty acrea of
ground suitable for Gardening
ceca-u, BOYD A CO, No. 50 Chen-y street.
TWC Ikusmsi isnd eommrtable Brick Dwellings, Nov.
n nl J C lJborDe Ko- hee boose, are new, and
!L' aabti ,the rooms of good siae, with high ceUings ;
tha houses well veBtilsted. hydrant water in the lou. and
tha occupants have tbe privilege of the Free Schoots, aad
the right to educate their children whhoot charge. Clai
borne's Omnibus runs regularly every boar from there boo
aaa to the Square, at the low pi ice eft. eenu. Apply to
A. V. S. L1ND6LIY.
Dees dtf. X. R, GLASCOCK.
I Oil ICEKT.
THAT C0KYEN1KNT FRAME DWEXLING on
the Franklin Turnpike road, near the first
Toll-gate, now oceonied bv J. A. MeCamcbeti. alia.
T be house contains four rc-oms, besides kitchen, servants
rooms, etc.. etc, and Ui thirty acre ol ground attached.
w?B Suitable furniture can be purchased by the ten
ant, if desired. (37 PoossMioa given imn-ediatelv.
Apply to A. V. 8. LINDaLkY,
Fov. 16 tf. No. 83, College street.
SOME five or six of Claiborre's new and nrst Co tl ages
situated between tbe Lebanon and aiurfrresboro' Turn
pikes, will be rested to good tenanta.at a low prkw, for tha
ensuing ) ear. 1 hese bouses haTe the privilege of an Inex
haustible supplv of water convenient to all of them, with
out charge, and areentitled to the benefit ot the Free
School, one of which ia in tLeir immediate ceighboihood.
Apply to A. V. S. LlNDf-LKY.
8 W k. R. GLASCOCK.
For Kent or .Lease.
THAT convenient residence on the Franklin Tcrnpike,
at present (ccopied by Mr. iellows. It contain, six
rooms besides kitchens, servants rcsims,Ae.,ar.d has aboot
7 acres ol ground attached. It would be leased to a good
tenant for a term of years If desired. Applv to
orl A. V. 8. LINnsLEY.
1858. J. H. McGill. 1858.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
FURNISHING AXD FANCY STORE,
Cor. College St., and Public Squats.
HAYING just received everystyle of shell. Ivory.Borra.
t and Horn ruB, Tucking, t-ide.Tineiooth and Lid.
leg Combe. Also, Ivory, Koee.oo , fcheli and biffalo Hair,
Tooth, Nail, Irlesh, Shaving and Cloth Brushes, small Toilet
MirrorsLadies' and Genik-meL's Dressing Cases for Travel
ing or for the room; Mtrxcco Bags, Cabas, lurulihed
and unfurnished; kbony Work Boxes, and fine Writing
Desk. Will eU tleu at price to suit the times.
HAVING replenished my stock of Shell Cameo and Stone
Vest and fikeve Buttons.l will sell them one.p for
bogle's Hair Fluids;
A mandine,for cure of chap,
Barry "a Tricopherons;
Ju.t received and for sale by
WOOD, Ivoryand Jet Chessmen and Dominoes. With
all styles and sixes of Backgamon Uoards. Just re
eived and for sale by J. U. McJILL.
Jan 13 tf ;
roit ii i it r.
I HATE a likelv glri about 17 years old.a good house ser
vant, which 1 wt h lo hire for the balai oe of the year,
to sots one living in tl e countrv. Money is not so much
an obj act, as to get ber a good home. Enquire ol
Jan lit tl k. U. GlAfCOCK, Agent.
"tkTOTICEI have rrtroved my Ilarcess Shop from
X I'eaderick street lo No. 9, (up Ulrs) South side
Publie Square, where I shall constantly keep on hand a
vareitv of Coach and Buggy Harness, and a so kip and
hog skin collars. C. L. lio ERTUN.
3-X jlu x-L o nri- tnt rrv
O XX -t3l. ZLNT
No. 30, Front Sitreel.
PARTU CLAR attention risen lo filing order, for
CLOVtR. TIMOTHY ard other seeds ; CAbPLIS.
SOAP, LA kD and LlbDSkLD 1118; HtE.-E ICITIR
CORDAGE, and art.cl.s of Clnciinati Manufacture and
vr Purchase made for essh, and prompt customers,
get all the advantages or discounte aad low prloes which
money command, sal (,ianl4 tf.
Valuable Dwelling- for Sale.
THAT convenient dwelling at the corner i f Samer
and Deaderick streets is for sale. Th. Int rmm. at
fo.t. The house contains oighl loona. and la wiihln thr
hundred yard of tbe public square. The owner, wishing
to go to the oountry, wi.l take a fair price lor th p.op
rty, if sold by the Ut of January neat. Apply to
Deo 17 a. A. V. S. U phLET.
Neat Countiy Reiidences.
I AT offoringfor sale a small tract or land, two miles
from the city, near the Nolenavill. Tnrnmi.
aeTXaores. The residence is a n at Cott.ge. wiih lour
rooms, a double kitchen, double negro Cabin. sUble. Ac.
Will be sold low. Apply to
Deo 1 1 it A. V. 8. LINDSLEY
A GOOD DWELLIXO,
OITTJATEn on Cberrr Street, near Linv,lrj. Il.ii I. nn
O offered for sale. The lot is 80 feel Lout, by IK). Tha
boose is a brick containing In all nine nvmi. Th. too.
and lot la offered for less than the cost ot the building.
Dec 11 ft A. V. g. LINDSLEY.
Tor Eent or Sale.
AN elegant suburban residence on the Southern boon-la
rvof the city, situated in the centre of a four aore lot,
tha front of wblch ia highly ornanentod with iiircrs.ii.
shade and fruit trees of choice varieties. It also contains
a vegetable garden, hiuse newly papered and painted,
aad evori thing in complete repair. SkaCS
la addition ta the dwelling, there la a servant'a knau.
stable, carriage and cow house. 1 bete is alto a large eta
torn, capable ol containing fioo barrels of water.
The house is ea aa eminence. ooaim.Brfine.n .t.
and picturesque view. Tbe Dronertv will b. .old . r
suitable to the Umca, or rented to a careful tenant. Aoplr
t A. T.R. Ll&DhLAV.
TE1V YEARS CREDIT.
IB ATE several hsadeome lots In Maplo street, near tha
University, which I will sell oa tea years tiro, at fair
prteas, provided the Interest Is taid aesnl anna. II.. Iff
that lime Is wot long enough, I win agree wot toe.ll for the
priaoVal a song a tbe interest is pieaaptljr pasd.
Dee ft tf. A. Y. P. LINDSLEY.
I AM sow offering at prsoee to .alt tha times, throe lota la
Edgeficld.Just awyoad DonilsOBw Biora. Th. Lit. r,.ni
each be feel ob the Gallatin T.niplke, and are 40 feel
deep, with a atrswt la tbe rear. 1 bey are eoaveoieat to aa
Ifseahaoaiiblo aopply of excrlicDt water, aad aia la a rata,
idly Imp rosing arigbsorbeoo. Apply l
Dee o U. A.V. 8. LIN D8LET.
A N E AT.M.T1A LLDU LU N U I Oil KALE.
IAMoffeTloy forsake a neal dwelling oa College Street .
Jut beyaad the Medical Collwea. IksUuu.i.slk,l.b.
contains good rooms, eutern. Aa, aad wiil be said at a
great bargaia. For Ursoa apply to
aov.lw-U. A. V. 8. LINDSLEY.
THAT valuable sssMlaee stand oa Market trwot.adjolsy.
lac tao starwbawa. af A.a.iaiiiu ,
Coaley as actoihtag siorw, one of the Mrt staaoa la tha
atcy for any retail oetabluka.aaU frtoe very nsoaorata.
Kov.IS-t A, T. A. LINDSLEY.
bank of nashville
In faZ rf aeasswsH of preworty whlek I wfll
soil for Hotes e4 tAa H.aa at tui.ui.. ,.is
cheek aa It at lae aasva pricca that 1 have aivajs asaad
for the property.
P"- ; A. T. 8. LINDSLEY.
AT Co" aueet. SouiA KaakvfUe, near the
BaptUt Cbarcb, oa which there la a Sdautra Tea--t
U IS fool. Is lav leet oetf. iF to
A. Y.8. UNDro-Af.
1 wa -.rT" !!. Weadu.d street.
A- lltUultMllsl..t. a....... ....
Aptwy ta rm
P41 A , T. t. LINDSLEY.
A Valaable Bnsincss Lot for Sale.
I AM sssw aeertBf for sale thai valuable Lot oa Market
skraet adiolasaa the atvia mt Blair,, a u.ih... wa
L4fi.auS foot oa axarkataad raaa back lei saet to.
wards Frwat atrewt.
It ww. Id saeAa aaa af lha baa sua1, fa. .
Graom-y stave la la. alt. For sarsa aHF
ls' A. V. a LXXDeLEY.
A Neat Dwcllin- Home far Sale.
SITCATEa ia RdgeawU, aa tae GaiUUa Terapiaa. Fa
fariaaf yaniaaiar api; to
a. t. a. Li.vrysi rr
TfllT ralaaala Dw.31r.g Ue eorsyag ,f C4ar aa
AsttBsaaw lUssU. 1 K. tut fr-aL. e s . . .. .
the tat. It ta aaa af tha saaak ds..t. i
I A. T. . LIS ESLI Y.
U'f UrF of St aw Cotters, Biaelair ?
aaatorai aaa Caaauss's r.t..i s , ...
tot the ftr.l Fesaiaaiatiaa Matiadal Fair, U..iu. .
aOV. tl AMilarttLUsiA A 11.1
IlkIUA.T It Gil:,
P. .D. . DICZXI.