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NASHVILLE:
THURSDAY U0NH7O MARCH 23, 1858.
lVtlee to Traaatent Advertisers.
All transient advertisement In this paper must be
paid for at the lime they are handed In otherwise
they will nut be inserted. Transient Job Work must
be paid for on delivery.
The combined circulation of the Daily and Trl-Week-ly
editions of the Patriot hi toe city, and in the see
tion of country trailing with Nashville, is greater than
that of any other pajicr lit the city. AH ad vertisement
are inserted in b th editions bunco the Patriot is the
best advertising melitim.
S" Bekj. F. Shields wouM call atten
tion to Lis mile of fine Jewelry, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, this morning. They will be
forced at a pacrillce to close the consignment.
Now is the time for bargain.
The Gaiety. Mr. Loraine played Virgin
its most handsomely last night to an apprecia
tive audience. He renders Don Cear dt Bizan
to-night, a character to which his fine person
and voice are eminently appropriate.
Sr Jons E. Hatch eii, editor of the Co
lumbia Mirror, naturally one of the miiet ge
nial gentleman, and by education and deep
culture, one of the txt writ- rs in the Slate,
was in this city yesterday. There is always
room in this sanctum for hisorm.
j&f A good segar has this advantage over
every other mercantile commodity: It can be
pnfl'ed without any trouble whatever. A
most clever, but disinterested gentleman will
thus know that "our word's as good as our
bond."
Lecture at Odd "Fellows' Hall. A very
int?reetin!rand attractive subject in announced
by Mr. 0L'?ary for to-night. He will direct
a French Manikin a perfect and beautiful
imitation of the human body, containing
movable heart, lungw, stomach, &.C The lec
ture will be explanatory of the anatomy of
the human body generally, and is one of the
most entertaining of the course. As th?
houe has heretofore been exceedingly crowd
ed, it will be necefwaryto go in good season.
pir The wharf yesterday was the ncene of
acont'ft lx-twe"n a inernlc-r of the legal pro
fession from up the river, and one of our
well-known steamboat captains. The former
had been employed as an attorney to collect
certain damages, which were claimed from the
captain in a matter of fri-ijdit. The lawyer
laid the case In-fore the captain, and there lie
ing some disagreement as to the ex;u-t f;icts
some such complimentary expressions as
' d il liar" were exelianged, and the rap
tain was constrained, by his sense of honor,
to rebuke the disciple of Coke, which he did
by giving him a genteel thrashing. The
lawyer att nipt d to elude thin part of the
proceeding by flight; but in this he wan disap
pointed. The .captain's log registered great
er speed, and the lawyer was soon overhaul; d
and run into. The damage was not excessive.
No insurance.
Pauperism axd I'iiospkiutv. The late John
Avery Parker, a successful m-rchaut of New
Btlford, was at one time 'warned' to leave
Westport, Mass., und'-r the old law or custom
of warning strangers who were likely to lie
come a public charge, lie died worth $1,
300,000. illt5rcllanc0ii5.
li. u. i.ii vst tu w,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
WOI'I.D offer his services lo the public as Agent
for the sale of
Keal Estate, Negroes.
or other ie;ii'S of proiierty, either in town or country.
Being determined to devote my tune to the above bus
iness, and having hail coiiMiturahle exierieicc, I Hatter
myself th.it 1 can give sutislaetion to those who may
favor me in llmt line. I eau ulwavs be found at the
4'ountiug litxmi of the "Patriot Office," where, in
my absence, orjerg can be if! I. I wiii also attend to
the sales of
Dry Goods (Groceries, &.c.
feblU 7 '
viCToiiiois roiT7im use.
Opinion of the J udgm or the iMte .He
rhaniiV t'uir.
AT the late Mt elutnieV Fair, held in the
Citj of Nitshvillo, in October. 1S.")7, the
Judges npjioititi 1 to examine artieW in ("lnsa
43 No. 17, (iuovKK ,t 1 lik Kit's Sewinj; Ma
chines: No. lfil, Sijkhs -KKl'OUT upon
the PRINCIPAL points and merits of the two
machines as follows:
The machines ure Imth two-thread machines,
that is, tisintwo separate thread fur nuikin
the stitch; that of ('iiovkk A Hakkk using: the
thread from COMMON SPOOLS WITH TWO
NEEDLKS ; and that of SixtiKit's using one
spool aud one needle, the other thread work
ing from a I'.OHUIX INCLOSED ix A SHUT
TLE, uid. In the opinion of the rominittee. is
best adapted to FINE CLOTHINC", SAD
DLERY, Ar.
The (JUOVEU A. 15AKKR as the LEAST
COMPLICATED MACHINERY, AND, OF
COL'RSE. EASIER MANAGED; ndvunta-e
of rsiNt; spools wniioi T re-wind
ING ; and, with the exception of line cloth
ing, saddlery, Ac, in tin: opinion of the
Committee U JiEST SUITED FOR FA.'ILY
USE
The part of this report referring to
the Singer Machine as Im-sI ad.tpted to tine
Clothing was intended to l.e UNDERSTOOD
BY THE COMMITTEE as W FOR MANU
FACTURING CLOTHING MY TAILORS
IN WORK-SHttPS, AC. THE SAME IN
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY, AC.
NASHVILLE SEWING-MACHINE COMPANY,
!U. 4. IM III. If st AHK,
Nashville, Tean.
Kaahvilla, Tenn .January 'JO, l5fc tf
II li U li I'. X It li,
WEEELER"& WILSON
MAxrrAi-rrsiu Co.'s Ismovxn I'ahii v
SEWING MACHINES.
AND would reaiwtfully inviui Uie ldie ul Nsh
Vtllu suit surroUHdlkK counllea turall iinl cuiuiut
tiietn, befura buying, a one eaaunnalion only la beens
ary to aaludy any oue tlui tbc Ua lnue mr juat
what ara wauted in every family
The following- arc some of the good qualttiea of th
Hhwlfr 4c lUoit .tlarklu.
Beauty and excetleuce of tUO h, alike uputt butb aidea
Of tbe fabric eed; uMto4uy of thread; slu.plM ny
and thorouhuvka of rouairutium, rubihty, mm ut
operatioo and luaaajj.-uicul, spiwd, qitooM of move
meat, strruuth, Oruiucu, suit tlursbdiiy at aeam tba
will out rip or ravel; applicability to a raifty ot pur
puaea aud material, ioiimntui' au4 alegauc ot
model and llnish. Call aud am theui.
Olllce over L. K. B. ech (try (;-mI Store, 4 Collrga
ftreel. U HiCM-klt l m.
dec II ditw3m Agcuu for Tnimmi
The creatot ffoxpERlFfME age.
ClanaAat Vrolltlc Corn,
PROUI 1 1 SO from I w 18 eara to I ha (ram. A amail
lot of the eed for sale by
w iJ.Vi, iUHtPyji CO., 21 Cadar atrocl,
And E. C. a.SOii.V, LuumIu IUU.
taarl3lat .. t ., t . .
Special Hatters.
To the 9Iedtcl Profession of Ten
lessee.
The Annual Meeting of the State Medical Society of
Tennessee will be held in Nashville, on Tuesday, 6th of
April next. A Tull meeting is desired.
JXO. r. FORD, President.
Jons H. CiLUtMiEB, Secretary.
Biarl2-wtd wiiAA
A minister's Testimony.
HooK-frows, Beaver Co., Pa., Feb. 5, 1857.
We prefer buying Boaoatavg' Hoiaakd Brrnaa for
cash, to gave the discount. Hoi to send you soon a
recommendation from our Minister testifying to its cu
rative powers. S.giied,
MOODY It CAROTHEnS.
INDIGESTION.
PjiRNTBrros, Montgomery co., Ml.,Jan. 31,1857.
I never felt the benefit of any medicine so much as
from the bottle of IVekkhjive's Holland Bitters 1 pur
chased last fa.ll. I wish to know where I can get it
without fear of imposition. Signed,
mar!5-lw42 JOSEPH C. DE1XETT.
Good Advice.
Tbe thousands of cripples whom Rheumatism has
Ift with stiHened )oinU, or whom Palsy has bereft of
the use of their limbs, are advised to try Bkagv's
Aacnc Lixijikxt, which has never yet filled to cure a
single ca.se of the kiud, in which a fair trial has been
nuvle. In using it, do not spare the friction, but rub
t in will an 1 brUkly. It is also useful in relaxing
hi muscles, contracted or drawn up from cramp; in
reducing and scattering tumors and white swellings;
and healing ulcere, and iu curing all nmunerof erup
tive diseases of the tkiu. It is fur sale in all respecta
ble Drug stores. marl-lm
JL' X. P. Willis' Heine Journal advertises circulars
furnished gratis explaining the reasons why it requires
a gentleman of "accomplished mechanical genius" to
operate a Wheeler and Wilson's Sowing machine, and
why so many "excellent house keepers" can not do
tl. feb2i-tf
BANK OF COMMERCE.
Nasuvii.le, Tenn., Jan. 13, 1858.
I will give 85 cents on the dollar for Lawrenceburg
money; and other uncurreiit money at the market
price. I wish to purchase $100,000 of Tennessee State
Ilomlsto All an order, and will give the highest market
price for I-aud Warrants to uny amount.
janl4 tf JNO. D. JAMES.
medical Science.
The history of HOoKLAXlS G Kit MAX BITTERS,"
themoFt remarkable Medicine of the day, and tho ma
ny cures that have been performed with it iu cases of
LierrCnmplaint, Iiyfjxfma, Xrmms Prttility; and dis
eases arising from a disordered liver or stomach, pla
ces it among the most astoni-liiug discoveries that has
taken place in tho medical world. The diseases to
which these Hitters are applicable uru so universal
that there are but lew of our friends who may not test
their virtues in their own families or circle of acquain
tances, and prove to their own satisfaction that there
is at least one remedy among the many advertised
medicines, deserving the public commendation. It is
a fai t tint, in the minds of many persons, a prejudice
ex.sw against what are trailed I'atciit Medicines; but
why should this prevent you resorting to an article
th U has such an array f testimony to suport it as
Hoofland'K t.'erman Hi(ters I'liysii ians prescribe it,
why should you discard it" Judges, usually consider
ed men of talent, have and do use it in their own fam
ilies. Why should you reject it? Clergymen and
those the most eminent, Like it, w by should not you
Ixt not your prejudice usurp your reason, to the
everlasting injury of your health; if you are sick and
reipiire a medicine try these (titters.
These Hitters are preiared anil sold by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, No. 41S Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., and
by druggists and store keepers in every town and vil
lage in the I'liil ' l Mates, Cauadas, West Indies, and S.
America, at 75 cents per bottle. see that the signa
ture of C. M. Jackson is on lliu wrapper of each buttle.
marl-lm
PiurneAL AnvicKTO I.-idiks. The llrst symptoms of
disease should never be disregarded If not removed,
serious evils will inevitably follow, and iu seeking as
sistance all remedies that w ill act violently or reduce
the strength should be avoided. They, instead of as
sisting nature, weaken and debilitate those organs.
For Female Oiinplaints, Lilc Mi I.r..N's Hti:k;thknim;
Coiiui.tL ami Ili.oon I'riiiKiKit. It stands pre-eminent
n all diseases eeuliai to females. Try it; it is a de
licious aromatic Cordial. marl6-lw
Truth I .Tliclily and will I'revall.
It is a fact the I -idles of Nashville are beginning to
open their even to the fact that the Whkki :h k Wii.no.v
Sewing Machine is the best Machine for family use ever
made. U is a fact, the Agents for these Machines have
a uniform price for each style, from which they nyrr
vary. Il is a fact tluil all necessary instructions and
tools, are furnished with each machine, vithtmt rj-tra
karge; all of which the public are requested to notice.
mari;!--w
Jt-It is rotiflileiilly asserted th it Wiikki.r k Wil
son's Sewing Machines can he worked by the f.il'lirj
as well its by gentlemen of ''accomplished mechanical
genius." inarlb-'2w
;reut Aiiieriruit t orn Shelter.
The I'roprietor of this great labor saving machine,
who is tcuiorurily in Nushville, resHK'Uully invites a
rail from the .Yj.'ncnltttrb-ls and Mechanics of Havid
soii county , preferring a trial and thnrimyh exitmum
tim of the machine l any ilesci iption of its perform
ance that he might give. A leading feature of this
heller is iL Hmplicily.a thing, which of itself, recom
tuends it Im, e all others. It is pluiu,siuipleund sub
stantial in coiii-tmciioii, not liable to get out of order,
and will shell, iu tho hands of one htsoii. iu a irfed
manner, without breakings cob, or leaving a single
pram UMn them, (w hat bo other shelter in tho coun
try will do,) twenty bushels of corn ht hour. 'Ihe
Proprietor Is prepared to di-Mse of Mate or County
Kights or single machines, on the iml reasonable
terms; and, in consciuciice of the unprecedented
'hard times, will exchange the same for land,hor8
es, mules, or any kind of gram or farming produce at
market prices.
The Kighls for all the Southern Slates are for sale '
and can be had reasonably low. Price of single Ma
chines $1.' and $in. As they are going olf rapiillj I
those who may wih to purehnse are invited to give
us an early rail, lteiuember the place No. 42, 1'ublic
Stiuare shield's Auct.ou ltimm. fehJii-lm !
i
M'him; itlit. i
The Annual Spring l'air of the Imvidson roimiy Ag ,
rirultural and Mechanical Scciety, for the year ls6W, j
will be held at Ihe Fair (.'rounds near Nashville ou the
4th to 8th of May inclusive. Liberal premiumsare of- '
fered, a list of which, with regulations for holding,!
may be had ou application to 1 1". Williams, Secreu j
ry, at Ihe olllce of tho Snilherii Homestead, N'o. 171, i
a . .,....,,.
ets entitling the holder to all lliu privileges of the So 1
ciety for the year lS5,nd free urress to tlie grounds
I lead rick Street, or at this tHIice. Membership Tick
duriii(the spring Kair, may ho had for SI, ou applica- l
liuu to Tuiaa. 11. JoHxauxl'reaaurer. '.
V. G. IUmo, '
Feb. 22 triwiwtd. Preaideul. ',
l or Caali i:xrlulvelr.
t e have Ihut day concluded lo do an exclusive Cash
busiiiean. Ity ho doiiiK we feel confident we will not '.
only make it advaliLicoii looiirsclvc.i, but looiir cus
tomersal.. ror it is oertiiui, any Merchant tan m I
hia k''mIs rhenier for t-a.-h than ho cau on twelve i
oioi.llis Line and s'rhaa lol(ier. N e ill conuuuc
to ae our prei nl i-lock at coj-1 lor ca-li. I
All lersons indebted to us for past accounts must
rome up and ttle.ur we will be couipelleU to give
them lo an olllcer. I
fehj I. C. MUIOI.OX k CO.
wrr, xv.w si I'i'i.v or i'iii
gWLiu.S Liw"' INK We lut e just received fr
T-
om
.New Voik,a ue aupdy of I'rioter'a luk, which wr j
ara olfermg for aala low lor ca.-h. f
SillTH, C AMI' CO.,
I'ati -lot Ottlce.
jau'.- If
Itautrd lnimellale!y, 10,000
m. u le enHage in the vale ot the moat
poLular aeil.ug ll.H. m Auierira. kav.tli.ts, nice ha n
i ., Ui ni. i. and leai hi'ia, whuig to liavel, bud
this a very woliL.blc anil pliawM b jaineaa, enabling
tfieiu l see the ruunlry and nuke money at lue salu
time. Ak-ei.u uow iu ihu busiiifM are ch aring trom
-0U to Sl.joo p,.r ,r-r. Kor fll rlicular, and a
iit of lki., addrvM II. M. K"UxN, ieen City,
1'ubiiahiugliouae, Ul Ham street, Ciucuiaali Oliio or
If II v mg t, . Kl Uxi.X, l Uuadeli.lna. l a."
Sept. l-ly
IJOORS AXD STATIOXEKY.
U'E in Ml the allenuou if Wen lia4iU and TraUert
generally lo our large Ui k n(
School Cooks and Statlourrj,
AT WHOLESALE AXD SET AIL.
At prtrra bk h canu.4 ud to plma. Our tia k of
MlscellaneuuH UooUk
. avu largo, ajitt waw.u pru M tery mim
low prk.o to LUuaa Uo buy to aeil X7i
agiiu.
Tea. bera would da wtdl to iuhhm
our .t-K k. We adi Ibaka spectat arrangotawiu loiaa
ply achuuU.
hTirVENSON n'AXS, Aitenu,
Aug M 1 y Ul N4a fubuc bf uua, Saativula
Vine Tobacco.
"r bav Wl appukiud aula AekU ot S'aah villa
f for tlut aaie oi Jaatoa Tlnrniaa' IT.. I ul Kictiiu.k.l
Va. .) elehric4 T tau.
Jam racrlvad JdJ boiea ot Um fuUowUia' kraada
JtL if. UK, '
itt BT T L-T,
tlT.toV,
MiTtH ijur,
KLrrut Of MON'tiC CAKE.
bkh W will aU4 Um Mifa.lurera uraca for
Stearabnat & Uint r Ur ws.
. 1 ARKITALS. -
March 24. Tlastings, Pittsburg. .
Fairy Queen, Cincinnati.
DEPJJtTCRKK.
March 24. John Gault. Louisville.
Cuba, Paducah.
Red Rover, New Orleans.
The river is still rising, and U at a very high
stage of water.
The B. M. Eunyan, detained by fog, did not
arrive yesterday as expected. She is doubt
lets in port this morning.
The James Johnson and Scotland passed Mem
phis yesterday on their way to this place.
Foe Louisvujjj axd Cincixxati. The new
and neat steamer Fairy Quttiu, R. A. Poage,
Captain, will leave for the above and all in
termediate ports, at 4 P. M. this day.
For Pittsburg. The new and light draught
passenger steamer Hattingt, R. II. Porter, Mas
ter, is up for PitUbujg, this evening at 4
o'clock.
John II. Harius is the Agent for the above
two boats.
HATES OF EXCHANGE.
COKKECTKD WEEKLY BY
X II U A K OF THE UNION.
Nashville, Tt.vx., March 25, 1858.
TKMNKHSEE.
SOITH CAROUXA.
South Carolina Bunks, . par
B ink of Tennessee, ... par
Union Bank, par
Planters' Bank, jar
Merchants' Bank, par
llaiik of the L'niou, ... par
Traders' Bank, par
Ilauk of Commerce,.. . par
City Bonk, par
Farmers' liank, par
B.uik of Paris, par
Bank of Chattanooga, . par
Bank of America, par
Citizens' Hank ar
Bank of Memphis,.... ar
Buck's Bank, par
Kiver Bank, par
Commercial Bank ar
Kxcliauge Bank par
Northern liank, iar
Southern liank, par
Bank of Nashville,. 10c dis
Bank of Shelb'ville,15c dis
Ocoec Bank, 10c dis
lOlISlA.SA.
New Orleans Banks
1 prem
ALABAMA.
Mobile Banks, ...
.par
KENTl'eKY.
Kentucky Banks. 1 prem
UWJlK!.
Missouri Banks, par
ILLINOIS.
Illinois Ban ks , . . b(a0 dis.
NOKTH CAROLINA.
North Carolina banks
!(a8c dis
YIKU1XXA.
Virginia Banks, par
INDIANA.
State Batik, par.
OHIO.
State Bank, par.
Cold, 162 pre
Silver,
Bank of Jiandndge, 0c dis
Bank of Claiborne, 35c dis
KXCUANOK.
Bank or laz'-weu
.'5c dis New Vork Sight, '.Yoi3 prem
Itank of Trenton, . . u5c dis ; Philadelphia, ...i.'(i3prem
Bank of .letlerson . .'.fi: dis! New Orleans, scarce
Hank of Km xville, 15: dis I lialtimorc,
I,i w renceb't Bank, 20c dis Louisville,
Bank of WestTeauessec par . Cincinnati,
IIKOIlOIA. I LAM) WAKKAXTS.
AM tld lUnks, par jSO'saud IGO's, 75c
N' jw Banks uncertain I lull's ti5c
.U11 YOUK Si CO.,
Cook Sellers, Uook-Dinders and
Blauk-liook 3Ianufacturers.
IVo. 38 I'uloti Street,
IN'iishville, Tennessee.
.ciitr
Ieslie.s ('a.ctte of Fanliion,
ItiK M.M.I II just received by
1 mari.2 JliU N YtlKK i CO.
BLANK B00KS.
Utlili 1VY1aY.
IIIUk of Ladino;,
Steamboat llookn.
ICuilroud lle'eljti.
C lierk Hooks, t the tarviut Banks
Note Uookfi, on the tai i-jut Banks,
Ietter and t ap Paper.
I'aperand Idiieloprs,
IClat'k und llrd Ink.
liaiiker'M ( aneit,
Itu-ks;aitimoit Hoards.
Writing; Henks.
Iaw liooks.
ledleal Hooks.
Itiblea and Hymn Itooks.
itllsoellaiieou Sc. C'laamleal Books.
Srltool Hooka.
Graham's Colonial History of the I'nited States.
Bancrolt's History of the United Stales.
I'resroti's llotwrtson's Charles tho Fifth,
l'rescotl's Phillip the Second.
l'rescott's Miscellanies, Biographical and Critical.
l'rescotl's Compiest if Peru.
l'rescott's Conquest of Mexico.
l'rescott's Ferdinand and Isabella.
Life of Washington, by Washington Irving.
Life of Washington , by Jared Sparks.
IjI'm and Times of II Clay, by Coltou.
Private Correspondence of H. Clay, by Colton.
The Works of t athonn, in 6 vols., conipleUv
The Works r Ianiel Webster, in fi vols., complete.
The Private Corresoiidenco of Ilaniel Webster.
Sparks' Life or franklin.
Washington Irving's Works, complete in 24 vols.
CNiier's Works, "omplete in liO vols.
Lipl'incotl s tia.eteer of Ihe World.
Aeplcton's I ;n gra pineal Ihctionarjr.
Blake's Biographical I'iciiouary .
Aopli ton's fyrlope.li't of Rioi-raphy.
ltaniev's Annals of Teiinesseo.
Memoirs ot lluth L. White.
American Klopiein'e: A collection of Speeches and
Addresses, by the mo.ii eminent Orators of America,
with !k?i aihicul sketches and illustr ituui notes
I ornate by JOHN 1UIIK V to.
febl tf No. 38 L iilon Dt.
"tt v u o o w s .
The City of the Great Kinar, by Baki-lay.
Life and Times of Aaron Burr, by J. Paktox.
Dbt and Credit. Translated from the Geruutn.
"Waite Lies, by cbaklks limn.
Northern Travel, by R.wahi. Taylor.
Three Days in Memphis, by I'mm.v
Twin Rjses, a Narrative, by ain Cosa Ritchie.
The Cousins, or the Captain's Ward.
Salt Water or Sea Life, an Adventure.
Just received and for sale by
mr:t-tr pao CHARLES W. SMITH.
For (he Counting Kooni
Check Books on all the Banks;
Blank Note Books;
Blank Drafts;
Bills of Exchange;
Fine Rod Inks;
Blotting Board;
Rulers and Pencils;
Bank Fens a superior article ;
Copying Book and Brushes;
Arnold's Fluid ;
Bill Heads, Post Box 58, &e.;
For sale by CHARLES W. 630TH
febl 6 If (AO
WXG'S SPIRIT OF THE SOUTH.
jEItS(NS wwlill(, tosdvertlset: MrBUHMST
1 ,fr., fnr the present season iu the "Spirit,"
please hand the same in immediately, to J. A. Kc
STOCK,
will
isher.
Vrrrficy, at the dlie ol the Nashville fiudv News, No.
(0 Cherry street, Iu order to be m tune for the Ori-t ia
mie. mar'ii'-lw
FRANCISCO,
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
r,.K IVI1 1 IIITPC ri'DC
IIA 1 7 .L .11 3 .LlLI Li.llllLtT) t L
o. 23 I'ubllc Square-,
NASiivn.iai:, ti:xi:ssi:iu
iXEW STVf.E
mm
iij-t:&-s
W V
1 8 5 8,
WE fcaua to d.iy onr Sprmg Style Moli-kia Hat.
t niAMTSCU, aahK.oable lUUer,
Irbi7-if
I'ubia; euare.
SOME desirahle, neal and choice atylca uf an.
pot-ltn PHl llaU, of Tarioua c.dof, Dur
opening at
fel.-.'T-ai FRANtlSCO 'U Hat Fjnp.vmm.
R. C. McNairy & Co.,
RmtJ ED thia day an elegant 04 of new aud dvair.
a I ile goods ala4-Hl to loo preaul aud apriath
Ui( rooatiui Mt part of tua lolloituif art loa:
fch'Kaul IU)ader S;ika;
tlteua Mlk;
" t l.ueet do;
' iHiublr skirt do;
u Mi U:p do;
' " Pan. 1 O.Hh
" FUmiiu-vJ t.rvuad uea ,
Ik.uUieaairt a)o;
ale tre4 do;
" plain aila alt eolura;
el her with all tui.Ua of t'Uia Kark Mia, H
OiecLa, PUkl autpea. Agt., r., ey chwat. k Ifaol
lu-aa, m atyfca. n kaa ala aa aaaHniwl La
ata' l adr Uartuebla, (uch aa (Vuuiv, Xitil Ovwtut,
N.ITU, apa, c. All of which we olW on tbe mum.
(avurahi. lerma. K C. AiKT CU.
aarJU-tf
jou" wnowxE,
Conor of Iiriek 8trt aad tits lun,
IS la rae-aipt of vary dMirabst Goods for Bprtng aa4
Uttmrntmr. -Oottia, Caaamtvrs, aad fancy Veauaf.
switabt fur CUsM'a war. Furaadimg Uooda mt
evary 4aaripUui aa4 LU iuum deairabta urlat.
joitm hHo vr.
FOR j
SPKIXC
i
Commercial.
"Weekly. IleTiew ot tbe jnatrlaets.
Dallt PATErOT OmcK, I "
NaehTille. March 25, 1858. - J ;
The river has been rising for some days past,
and is now almost ont of its banks. Business
in tbe steamboat line remains dull, yet more
active than it was a month ago.
The wholesale dry goods and grocery mar
kets manifest considerable activity. The pro
vision trade is also brisk.
COTTON The past week commencing on
the 18th and ending last evening, has been un
usually dull, as respects the cotton trade, the
sales being only about 400 bales at 8";10c'
t, a decline of c on the figures of the week
previous. These figures are below the expec
tations of planters, and, consequently such as
are in a situation to do so, hold on and decline
to sell.
TOBACCO The sales np to Tuesday even
ing amounted to about 120 hhds at $5 50
$10 25. Yesterday 3 hhds sold at Fisher,
Wheless & Co's at $7 75, 8 35, 9 25; and, 9
at A. Hamilton's at $6 00, 6 10, 6 25, 6 25,
7 35, 8 50, 9 25, 9 30, 9 50.
SUGARS Steady at at last week's quota
tions, which will be found in our table.
MOLASSES No change in prices. Market
firm.
COFFEE Rio Coffee is now selling at 12$
;13".c lb. No change other kinds.
SALT. Market abundantly supplied. : Bar
rel continues to sell at 30c " bushel ; coarse
sack $1 15; fine $1 25. f
FLOUR There have been no fluctuations
in the prices of this staple article. The
supply is large, quality very choice, but sales
are confined almost exclusively to home deal
ers. We quote fine at $33 50 ; superfine
$3 754; extra $4 505.
WHEAT Very little demand, and sales
small at 5060c bush.
CORN No sales on speculation. No de
mand for export.
BACON. Sales from wagons at 88;C
LARD Is in demand at 9c lb.
BUTTER Is in request at 1520c f, b.
EGGS Are selling wholesale at 7c doz.
They are retailing at 10c.
IRISH POTATOES Bring from 40 to 50c
"j, bushel, wholesale. Supply ample.
SWEET POTATOES A good article is
scarce and will sell readily at $1 00 j), bushel,
wholesale.
FEATHERS Are still selling at 30c & lb,
for live geese, the demand being fair.
GOOBER PEAS Are selling at 50 60c
for a prime article. No demand for inferior.
SEEDS The stock of grass seeds in store
continues ample. See table.
OILS Laid and Linseed Oil ; the former
enn be had at SI 00 f' gal; the latter at 75(3
fcac 1?i irullon.
HIDES AND LEATHER Market steady.
S.-e tulile tor prices.
WHISK V Supply large. Sales at 17
20 "f. na.llou.
WHOLESALE PIIICE CIKUEXT.
Corrected Weekly.
AXES.
Collins & Co.
(Hartford), $13,14
II. Collin and
other muke Pfal4
HAliUIXG.
Kentucky, (a0
India, (Ji)'JO
Tennessee, wide, (w-i
VKESWAX.
Yellow, -tfe, aX
CAXL'LES.
Tallow, M'd, . lb (S)2i
Hard -pressed,
Summer, none.
Star, lf'i0
Sperm, H)(aii'l
CASTINGS.
Common Cast-
inus, i n ix i
Mill Cranks k
Gudgeons, fa 5
Wuk'ouB boxes,
lb 4,(2
CHEESE.
Western Bc've,
tb lOfSlO V,
En'ibh D rv.fi lb foJia
COAL.
Cum'd, bush 15f20
Seaanee, "
, COKKEE.
Java, ft n 1P(?18
Lauyra, "- (514
Km, " 12.S,fa'13.
COITEK.
HIDES.
Green, ft (a)
Iiry Salted, sth'n ra'15
Mexican Flint. none,
HEMP.
Manilla, V ft none.
American dew-
rotted, ft (a)
American a-.
ter-rotted, (a)
TEXXESSEE IHOX.
Bar, com. V ft itl 6
liiud, " 7iii) 7H
H'X'P. " 8,fai VK.
Sheet, " b(a) 4
Uest boll r Ton, (ai
I'hr, V ton, .!u,,.i5
I'lltaburg bar, (a) 3
IXD1GO.
Carracas, ft SI 1591 20
I t. All,
ft a 7,
linr, (a) 8
LEATHER.
Sole, (Cinciu.)
oalt-lat' d. at folia
Skirtiup, " fa'HS
itemlock, " fd.S .
Harnesji. " 2,rifa 30
MOlJtSSH.
Xew - Orleans, t
pullon, Iin Ills) r.5f7).'i8
ga' i (J -hhlt.) SSt?45
Sugar House, 4 Y !
Gold'nSyr'p, " 60(a80
XA1IJS.
lOd, keg, 3 50ra3 75
OILS.
Lard,9gallou, $ ft l 00
Liuseed, " 75foJi'i
Sierm, " $ wl ii
Tauucr'r, " 85(a;l 10
PAIXTS.
White Lead, m
oil, V keg, $2 30fS;2 40
Sheet, V lb I5J40
COHDAGE.
Cott.m, isse
II mp, (a
J ite, f14
M inilla, f tb 15,',t"J0
Bile lloe, till
OTTON.
Ala. Ten. f lb 8artlil0
COTTON VAKXS.
700, fi aoz. (a) 9
600, " a)10
SOO, uoll
4oo. " UiVi
Chrome Green.
ouiid, G545
Span'h ltr'n, " 4fo 5
White zinc, 12,,a'16
Brown, " (d 9
Stone Color, " (alio
1'HoVISIOXS.
4 4sheet g,'fyd Co) V.
OaiianurK " i-Vui
TeulCUth,3yds
wide, lyd (S)40
Teut Cloth, Ji
wide, 'f 'd llHfttWi
T;r(viiilin Colli, ('
Twilled IUk'k, 12,V14
Mai iner'b sli p's -t(a)li
lH-niioK, li(a)'li
Heavy Woolen
Jeu'iiH, 4Viti45
Plaid.sor Linry3efao5
.Sc. unices bars.
Bacon
Hams, V lb
Shoulders, "
Sides, "
Hug round,
new, V. ft
Beef,
I'orlc, "
Hotter, "
IJird, "
Meal, TP bush.
Eggs, doz.
KICE.
Carolina, V lb
SALT.
Barrel, bush.
a
(a
(ai
8 loJS.'a
1(a) 7
- (dt i
(a)
40fH5
(a) T
5(2) 0
30O
doz, 4 80
I'ulcnt muchine,
cwed, fl doz S 4 00
Dili OS liVE ML'FFS.
Aloes, lb W-i
Alum, " old'
Asaletida, " (ai0
Ikuux Crude " 'Ibta M
' retineil, " 37,or,40
ilrmoitoiie, roll, lia) 6
.ack
hue, V hag ft C5i
coarau, " $1 16o$
SEEIS.
Hover. 8 6087 00
Millett. foil 00
lunothy, $3 60M4 00
KlaxStHid, W5
Herd's Grass, tl 'H(at 50
Blue Grass
clean, f (u'l 00
tripped, $1 b(al '.'6
Cuinphur, re-
Un.' l, 'at ft 5tV,7
Canthainlca" ttl$l
Cantor Oil, per
irul! -n, 1 SlifSfl
t ream Tartar, 40fa)4i.
Es. Salt, V lb 6f,i
Klour Sulphur, 'i(a) TK
Gum Arabic, S.Vat
" Copal, 6'i(,i0
Ipecac, t ft i Hna)i
Jalap. " l4fal
Logwood, gr'nd ni 6
Madder, ft leCn 17
Maeneaia, " 4'Wl 20
Xultialls, 5'ia'5
Oil I'eppurm'ta 14 t,r.& I
Opium, lb 'fa "0
Orcliard, l t(w't 00
Mior.
Buck, H bag, $ (51 60
Patent, " S (a)l 00
SOAP.
Cin. B d, V ft 3 8
Turp'tinabur," 4l,ii
CasUle k Wmd'r, ia.5
sir.ta.,
American blis
ter. ft eiiffiio
English " " (a'16
yncksilver, " t SV51 4
giunine, " tl iiiS K)
Cast. " 4ai'M
shear, ' lWa.'-'O
German, " U',,al5
glGARS. .
N". Orleans, V ft 7 8,
Havana, wb to lUf.ill
do browu " (a
Iaf, " ll'.fo'U
Crushed, " l'Jt,13S
Powdered, 12,rU,
SPlCI-ai.
tJpte. ft S1S
Linger Race, " h(a) t
Cloves, " S.'.r40
Peper, " (wii
SPIKITS.
Itrnndr
French, V gal $2 505
Amer. 4U, 6
KlIOl
Januuca, tl 60
Amer., " ?9fel 26
Gin
Hoilaad, " tl Watl 6O
Amer., " 4V7i
WUedtry, ' I'.ialM
IAUXW.
Rendered, ft 8,10 .
Tk-AJt.
Imperial, ft S 50, a 1 00
Sal Soda, " ital 6
Saltfx-ter, " 12.r14
Sule rttu, " ui) T)j
Seuna. " Sftfa 50
Suffer Irad, " Ta'-'W
VcrdiKriH, " a)W
t EATH EJtS.
Live Geese, f ft (230
H1L
Mackerel. Xo.
a, V barrel, tUO
FLOllt.
Fitra. 4 Va i
Superhne, S.I T6(4
I me, a OL,a;3 60
IRCir.
RaiHina, y bx $J 7irTi3
Almonds, aoit-
hull, ft 'iOfUZi
Apples, dried,
V h whet. 1 WHS
Feurhca, ilravd,
bu.liel, Don.
Peeel Pra. h',
Y bushel, none.
GINSEXG.
CUiseng, Y ft Ao40
GLASS.
Window
M10, V bl,l OOfi 60
lOilJ, l !M
10x14, " 6fo.
GRAIN.
Wheat, b ih VoTrtO
Ryt, " fcVrtW
Com, ' ayotl
(MU, clean V&0
UfXSY BAGS.
!' bull eat h l-'rU
uCMtiTf3L
Gnnpnwder, S 60f7S
T'Dft Hyson." 40f60
IMatk. t fo-l
TWIXE. 00
Ballnf , T ft 25330
VIXKCAR.
Oder, V (alloa. 01 10
at tMirl, M 60iav 00
WIXFS.
Va4e4ra.Ve .tl IAS!M
Sherry, " H uif 4 00
UaU, A 4-V I r
nae. Vaej, $- ort.
I ovt o
Biasuac. " t a.5 60iCh'nua', Vdi tl'J 00
HONEY. WihiL.
Straiuad.yft tn US rowoMta. ft ft 3VS?5
Comb, 10t 12( jFtna washed, 2i'a3i
NEW DRUG STORE.
pa. M. t. WBU. o. at. avwrot. a. a. nvttm.
WELLS, HOOPER & CO.,
WHOLESALE A3TD KIT ALL fiCAIT&S TS
Iniri, Xedicmaa, CTlemi
cals, Paiata, VamUhe. OU.
Dyetmift, BnL&hM of til
kiada, Perfaraery, Paaey ar-
UelM, "Tin Wi&M ud Li-
qaora, r Xedital Parpos- A
,) riM Clgari aad Toba
eo, Sootek aad Kaocabor
taafik, o 4ft, . 21 Cadar strMt,
AattiTillr, Teuopurf,
1 Tf OIXD Uk this asvUMsa of tfdriaa tiu frtaavda
1 I and la fubtat gttawvaily Uii they are mrm r
caeriog at their mot. a of Um Uo.S a WutttAK.
a larg aod well aurte4 aiuca vi la fWTtttt rv
etM.ambractegavaeythuic uullt kept la W tmc,
ail at k mmtm bwB Creak aj4 w m lb iMtw
CitrfXpraa!jr luc Uss XaaAtllle Warfsv.
Thoaa who want lur m4 Fraati lurwga a4 UwU
cutea will ai wait lo jjiva ikm a cuaU. .
F. H- PrcritAMs batiy as4 acearatrly eA.
txxiQdad ai tui buurs if Karbiac4 lraacnptasmia-
-- '
,t. e
59 Ctliflraplj-
... CoBcrtMlontl. -. ,- f ""'"""
Washkgtos, Majch 24. Hocse Mr.
Clark aoiiweriDfr Mr.Blair said that be had
better liberate bis own glavefi before accusing
slave holders. -
The Iloose diecossed the Kansas bill.
Skxate Mr. Wilson presented a bill to fa
cilitate eommnnication with the army In
Utah by extending telegraph lines to the
Western military poets, and appropriating
half a million dollars therefor.
The Senate considered the admission of
Minnesota. ,v , ;
General News.
St. Loots, March 24. J. H. Lane publishes
a card replying to Denver's proclamation, de
nouncing the latter as a fit appointee of an
oligarchical administration, which disgraces
the nation.
Camp Scott, Jan. 30. All well. No move
ment of a military character reported.
New Yoek, March 24. Ferdinand Arledu,
of the firm of Arledu & Wess, Bankers, of
Stutgard, has been arrested, charged with ab
sconding on the 8th of January, with a million
guilders, entrusted to his care. Wess also
disappeared about the same time.
Washington, March 24. The President has
directed the Secretary of the Navy to file the
applications of officers affected by the retiring
board to be considered in the order of applica
tion. St. Louis. March 24. The overland mail
from Arazonia, February 7th, tsayB that Gun
dazo, the leader of the rebellion in Sonora,
deleated tbe Government troops in several
battles, and has surrounded Peechiera. and
threatens to bang the Governor of that place.
Tbe Indians in Manilla valley are trouble
some. A general attack was feared.
, Paducah, March 24. The Baltic passed up
at two minutes before five this evening with
out stopping. She threw a package overboard.
The Ui-tna passed up two hours and five
minutes after the Baltic.
Klver News.
St. Louis, March 24. The river is receding
slowly. - -
Louisville, March 24. River stationary
with 7 1 feet water on the 'alls.
New Orleans, March 24. Cotton. Sales
13.000 bales; sales yesterday 22.000 bales; to
I dearer, 11H1; Sugar 66j; Mess Pork
17 00; Lard in bbK 9J: Coffee 10J1L
Freights lower Cotton to Liverpool nine
sixteenths; Sterling 3J(24j premium.
New York, March 24. Cotton firm, with a
large speculative enquiry. Flour 4 204 30.
Wheat dull. Corn firm. Mess Pork 10 60
16 75. Bacon, hams 8c; shoulders CJ(a6i.
Lard advanced ic. Coffee 10J11J.
Cincinnati, March 24. Flour 3 00(7? 3 70.
Whisky Mess Pork 15 50. Bulk Sides
7 j8. Lard offered at 9J.
Cincinnati.
Slav aiu AAamaiiUiic
CANDLES.
ri'MIE undersigned continue the manufacture of their
X celebrated Candles, of the different sizes, four,
five, six aud seven to the pound.
All Warranted Full Weight.
Consumers will find it greatly to their interest to use
these Caudles in preference to those that are sold by
COL'XT. Vlauy Cuudlea that are really seven to the
pound are branded and sold as sixes, making a duler
ence aguiust the consumer of live pounds to the b"X.
Tbe variation usually made in the price is not propor
tioned to this diilereuce, as the following slateuieut
shows:
A box of Sevens contain 247 Candles, and is sold for
35 pounds, w hich is the actual weight.
A box of 14 ox., or "Short Weight Sizes," contains
only V0 Candles, same size as the Sevens, and is sold
for' 40 pounds.
Siipi-iKing the price of the former to bo 20 rents,
and the latter 18 ceuts, there will be a dihVrence of 'M
cents in price and 7 Candles in count per box, in favor
of the full weight Candle to retailers and consumers;
aud this will be increased five cents per box for every
cent advance in price.
Those interested would do well to examine the sub
ject for themselves.
PROCTOR GAMBLE,
marl7-2m 24 West Second street.
Cincinnati, O.
IIOBT. MOOUE,
COMMISSION
Mo. 30. Front Street,
Cincinnati. Ohio.
PARTKTLAR attention given to filling oi "TtEVV
der for CIXJVER, TIMOTHY and other tSXJJ)
seeds; CAXULUn SOAP, LAKI IJNSKKIt ffi-frS
OILS; CUKtyK, Hl'TTKK, CtlRKAtiE, and article of
Cincinnati Manufacture and Produce generally.-
Of Purt-hanes made for ratth, and prompt custom
ers, get all the advantages of discounts and low prices
which tnortev commands. "fc.
Jan. 14 tir ,
potteries,
MONEY FOIt Till: 3IIEE10M
S'.UMHH) torsive Yol lars!
Ouly 30,000 N umber.! 3,286 l'rlio!
MORE TIIAX OX E TRUE TO SISE TICK El St
ONE TICKET CAN DRAW TEBEE PRIZES ! !
a
Registered Honey Letters at our Bisk!
Capital Irl7e7 $.50,OOl!!
ANDEltSOX & SON'S LOTTJCKY
OX Til It
HAVANA FLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
Jasper Co. Academy Lottery!
By authority of the State of Georgia.
CLASS LL. DRAWS AI'KIL 1st, 1858,
CLASS MM, DRAWri AI'KIL lMu, 1KA,
In public, at Macon, Ca. , under the sworn superiiitec
dence of E. C. Bl'LKLkV and Jon. WaTtK, Kas.
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION!
Tickets: Wholes 95 ; Halves $2.50; Q'rs $L25.
SCllU.ni!.
1 Prlxe of $30,000
1 do 10,000
1 do 6,ooo
l do aoo
1 do 2.O0U
1 do I.000
5 do 600 are 1,600
6 do '.50 ar 1,'.'50
100 do loo are . 10,000
100 do 60 are...., 6,000
3000 do 15 are..... 46,000
APPROXIMATION' PRIZES.
4 Prises ot I'JS to $10 .Ooo $500
4 do 60 10,000 200
5 do 40 " 6,000 JTJ0
12 do 25 " 2.600 ... 3u0
24 do 15 " 2,000 8O0
20 do 10 " 1,000 2O0
Ssa priaes amounting to....... $115,130
Sjr Bank Note of sound Ranks taken at par. Cliecka
on New York remitted Cur prix-a.
tif Drawings of Iirge Claajea will be published la
New York and New Orleans Sunday papers, aud
Charleston and Savannah Iwtlw-a.
Iu ordering TVkeU or lertittcatea, enrhe the mo
ney to eur address for the Tk kels orderel. on receipl
of which they will be fitrwardnl ly first mad. Pur
chaaera can hava Tirketa ending in any bgure they
nay deetgnate.
Tha 1m uf drawn numbers and nriaea will be sent to
purchasers I turned laudy ailer the drawinc. Purr ha
era will itl'-aas write their signatures phun, and give
their Port office, county and Male.
K. 'member Uiat every Pnte la drawn and payable lo
full without deduct.
All Prize of Sl.oooand nuder pakl Immediau-ly after
the drawing other prise at the uaual time uf 80 day a.
All omimumcatKHui atra lly cnuadeutial.
f Addreaa order fur TVketa to C II. 8WAIV,
VaauviUe, Tenn., or to ANDLKaoN Sc SuS, Maua.era,
Macon or Savannah, Ga. uurla 4rt-wfcwld.
Wheelbarrows.
"'H FTLBA RKO Wd luat rccetved aod fw aale by
Sebls a D. MlkEY
10
Railroad Scraper.
RAILROAD 8rrapon feat roceirc an 4 for aala
by ffebie i D HfCKrr
10
Ul'-fIBELTI"G.
KftrtA TOT aasortad Cam BelUof
band aad
tUVJU for aala by
llaavJ.
U D. MCklY
Boiler Hivet.
20
VECS Both-r Rlv'ia luat rereKMl and far al
KUk, ; (feblSj U a MCKKY
P stay Ivaatlst Hurkw brat.
PACJk Buckwhest FVxir, Juat reeetr4 M cos.
ukawalaDd fur aaia by
50
u.5i an. wntrT
(.svlvasstx! rirr.
0
V hand and fur sala by
Iard! lard!!
rpILE baibeat Bkarls. pre pad (uf LAiLD nt ap hi
J- T. MAKTTV St CO ,
fbl Oaraw Urea ad Karkat atfwaf.
. Lumber. "Lumber, "Lumber.
QgCARK Cr I VH aa4 aa Uwr kxia of Lam bee raa
43 bo KaA at Im LavwrcMtww MJat. Um XaanvOja
aJ Cbaiiaaoma BVaOrvaJ. 1$ aaOea tra Saabvtlta.
Maa a , J, RtWiWlXl .
Vartncr W anted. " T
Ayr f ealU-av , fnn.f a goo4 bminaaw asaJU
tcmlum, aJHt haewc a anaM capwat ta tsveaS as
lMur aavS wU aaitAutattM biitniaiiaii, (aa bwar aS
as uppcartasiM eUt Autas by aMiUcato" as
Ui-tf IUU CwTKZ
PIMOS ! PLL0S ! !
THE UXDERSIG.S'ED has just received hia Spring;
Stock of Pianos, Melodeuus, Viohns, Flutes, Ac
cord eons, Music Books and sheet Music, which is by far
the largest and best selected stock ever offered in thia
city. The Piauos art from the world-renowned maker
A. H. Gale A Co., and Stein war ft guns. Every Piano
is warranted for five years, and will be sold at New
York prices. Freights only added.
My stock of Slieet Musk 'is rery large, embracing all
the new and popular pieces of the day. If you want
the best Piano, and at the lowest prices, call at 33,
Union street JAMES A. McCLCRE.
N. B. A fresh supply1 of the very popular song
"I'm Twe&ty-Five," " Gentle Annie," "Rosalie'
to-. Ax. ; (marlo tf.)
"Pianos! Vlanost
BENJ. F. SHIELDS
"T1T0CLD rail the attention of persons wishing fine
f V PIANOS to an invoice of seven more, received
this day per steamer Tempest. These instruments are
from celebrated makers, modern styles, and warrant
ed iu every particular. Prices to suit the times
fcbl9-lf
Fine Pianos at Private Sale.
BENJ. F. SHIELDS has now, and will be receiving
regularly direct from the manufacturers, a One
assortment of the best make and styles, which we are
authorized to sell ou the most liberal terms.
MarS. BENJ. F. HIELL4, Agent.
ttreatest Medical Wonder
OF THE AGE.
670 WA X'S
VEGETABLE LITHOXTRIPTIC,
OR
Friend of the Human Family!
THE world is challenged to produce a medicine that
has afforded the same amount of relief to sufl.-r-ing
humauity as Cowan's Lithontriptic.
CO WAX'S LITUOXTRWTIC has cured thousands
of cae of Stone in the Bladder and Kidneys.
CO WAX'S LITHOXTRU'TIC has cured the most
aggravated cases of Gravel ever seen, and is the ouly
certain remedy now known for the above diseases.
COWAX'S LlTHOXTRlf TIC never fails to cure
all the discuses of the Kidnevs and Bladder.
XJ H'AWS LITHOXTRU'TIC is the only sure rem
edy for Diabetes.
COWAX"S LITHOXTRWTIC is a certain cure for
Chronic Gouorrhtea and Gleet.
COW AX'S LITHOXTRWTIC cures weakness of
the Loins.
iXt AX S LITHOXTRWTIC has cured the worst
cases of Prolapsus fieri ever known.
COW AX S LITHOXTRWTIC is the only sure rem
edv that has successlullv cured Barrenness
tXWA."S LITHOXTRW1IC will cure the worm
forms if Iropv.
IXtWAX S LITHOXTRWTIC will cure Wing stand
ing cases of stricture and remove Venereal Taint from
the svsicm.
COWAX S LITIIOXTRWT1C is the only remedy
known for the cure of all sympathetic complaint at
tending on Pregnancy, and every female who is preg
nant should at oii-e procure a bottle if she wishes to
feel well, while in that condition.
COW AX'S LITHOXTRWTIC is the only remedy
ever yet ducovered that ill relieve the pains of labor
and the whole female wor.d should rejoice that such a
discovery has been nui.ie u hereby they haveohlained
a sure friend to assist them iu the greatest trial of their
life.
The most incredulous will be convinced of the great
efficacy of the Lilboutriptic by reading the following
cerliucales aud those around each bottle:
Near Jackmo.ii, Madison county, Tenn.,
To all persons ajlirtrd utlh (irarel.
Mb. J. F. Cow as: lX'arsir: I hereby certily that in
the summer of the year ISAJ.a servant of mine, a hoy
about 19 years of age, w ho had always before this lime
been stout aud of a vigorous ooul:lulion, was attacked
with gravel. A Physician was called w bo attended on
him for several mouths, during which tune he grew
worse daily, until be was helpless, and I believe, would
have died 111 a few days had it not been for a Irieud,
w ho advised the use of Cowan's IJthontriptic. 1 pro
cured a few bottles, Ihe first of which gave him relief
and in a short tune he was able to walk about, and
finally fully recovered; since which time he has had no
symptoms of said disease, and to all appearance is as
healthy as any servant on my plantation. 1 there
fore recommend it to all persons sutleriug under a
tike duu-ue, as oue of the most certain remedies
known.
Given under my band this August Tin, 157.
HAXUX MlhXTON.
Jackson, Tenn., August 22, 1R57.
The above case was perfectly cured by 13 bottle of
the Lithoiitriplic, aud was one ot the worst cases of
Gravel that has ever been in this country.
G. A DAM SON.
Let every female who exects to become a mother
read the following and prolit thereby:
YoHKViLUC, lictober, 1S3.
Mr. J. F. Cowa Dear sir: You will do me the kind
ness to publish under my certillcate the follow ing note,
that the suffering community may be beuelitted. I
have given birth to nme children, and my hfe being
miraculously saved (as I consider) by your niediciue
I cannot in justice to you and the public withhold my
testimouy to its many virtues.
I used your LilhiMitripiic in small portions perhaps
once a day, for nve months, which dispelled entirely
the flatulent sickness of the stonuu h and heart burn
which had annoyed me, to au alarming extent,
in all my former pregnancies. When I was on
lined I took about two wiue glasses full of the
same medicine, which gave me an easier deliv
ery by a great deal thau I ever had before. Nor is
this all, I have seen It tried in oue case, and heard from
a respectable source in another rase, that your Lithon
triptic was tried iu, aud the Midwife with others in at
atU'iidaiice were thoroughly convinced that the pain of
Hie delivery was very much lceiied by its use. I
would say to all my sex Ihut exixt'tto be mothers, not
to be without your invaluable medicine during preg
nancy, and iartiruuirty at the tune of coutluuiiieul, as
it has a marked U-udeucy to relax the system, conse
quently the iaiu of labor is much diminished ; and fur
ther my Physicians and Midw lie both said thai I had
dry of the Womb, aud I now eu.oy better health
than I have done in ten years, and 1 believe the dm
ease is entirely removed.
Sir, 1 d'i tins that the aufTerinsr of very many of my
sex may be alleviated il they can ouly overcome their
prejudices so much as to try the Lithotitrtptic. If any
ieison wishes to know my opinions further upon Una
subject, ttiey van address me at Yorkville, Tenn.
Ki l l A II S.Stw ,
CYNTHIA L. SNOW.
I was present and heard Mr. Snow acknowledge the
farts contained iu the above rertitK ate. I have been
acquainted w .lh Mr. and Mrs. Snow for many years,
aud have reason to believe the truth of their certiU
cate. Uev. J. W. NEEIUiAM
I 'REP A REl OXLF BY
xv. r. ;iiav,
marJ3-triwawtm Xanhnlle, Tmnessre.
Buffalo Medical Dispensary,
Fstablished for tbe Cure of
Dyspepsia, General Debility, fever
and Ague, Asthma, Incipient Con
aumptlou, Inttriulilea of Youth aud
Old Ace, Ar.
NO MERCrRY USED.
DR. AMOS" & SON,
Cbrwer cf Main and Cwoy struts, Buffalo, An Vork.
VKE the ouly Physicians in the State who are mem
ber of the Koyal College of Burgeons, Londoo.
May be ronculied from 8 o'clock In the morning, un
til 9 at night, to every state and symptom of lusease.
The treatment they adopt m the result of upwards of
SO years' extensive and successful practice in Europe
and America.
A Most Scientific IaTention.
An instrument for the cur of genital linbilitr, or
Nocturnal Emissions, more proerly known as feminal
Weaknes. Ar , can be permanently cured in from Of
ben to twenty days, by the nae of this Instrument,
when used cuujoiuLly with medicine.
Toung Xea Take Particular Kotiee.
PR. A MUS at SOX take pleasure in announcing that
they have mvented a most Important instrument for
tb cure of the above disease. It ha been subjected
to a test of tlie most eminent phyK-ian in Loodon,
Paris, Philadelphia and New York; It ha been declar
ed tbe only awful instrument ever yet invented fr
the riire of eVmmal Weak nee or any disease uf. the
geuital organs, caused by tlie secret habits of youth.
VR. AHS af .SjX 111 order to aatoly the most
krpts al a to tlie menu ot their mstrumenl, ph-dge
thcniM-lve that in any mstame w here It may prove
unsatii-fartory after a fair trial, tlie nrnurf will be re
funded by returning the instrunteul ut good order.
Person wishing Die alsive useful Instrument will
observe that the p e, wuii the acoomiiany uig diree
tS'Us, srearely packed, and seiil by Buul or expreas, at
tea duUars.
.Urtr.Ilrniedlrs stud Quirk. Cure.
A CURE WAIJKANTLD.
PR. A MOS af SX bav for a ss.g aertni U year
brew engaged m an extenaiv practae la the treatment
of thes delu-ate eompiamb. and ara tiie only ire ally
q,uahDe4 PUystciaea w mo mi ad rertiae to cure ct 1 tarn
eumplamu.oc from ttwu f eauuw Luruaraa reauodpe
can be obtained.
Person in a Pa-r or nt a'mits may be anecea
fully treatod by lorwarduig a corrrct detail c ihw
ease, sail a remuiasc for MedMnum, 4w., wutrb will
b n-turued with th utiuost itapatch, sad seevr froaa
obaerratiua.
Addree PR. J it OS SOX corner Mai sad Quay
rtreeia. BulnUo, New York.
aarl9-dawly
6-23,000 Worth of Flue Gift.
FOR THEJPEOPLE.
A. S. nUR"LKIGH, Proprietor,
Sw AllMaiy. latdlanau
w
"L-HINU tu auroditr P. UUUH k Cu. Orteaul
or tytvereig kala Put and the Efyptiaa haiv.
r PJiumatlc Plaster, throughout eve' y put vt the
L'aitod Mates, I am onvvwf trordttiary kateresarcu
In purchw ra. Ta Pdl avd tialr arcauid atVcabta
A4 !, and et ery pure tsaa. r that bay to U amount id
fl W worth of Um aawT neutrm rweira frgB
LIu I vrv la value nrusa A ctta ta Sid.
The I'roprtetur baa atatb aahuueded n,adce a
Ua snnta.-aj wvrili uf the above BWNtvea tiurt a (or
bat A-euta) will rrfuBsl tbe money bar freJy W Uum
W after a Uur Sria4 are au4 fully eaUaAe.
TIaa tlrta
ra4 of TikSM, t a IM4 twOa, Bh-eaat Ptea,
iser Kaag. La Hinge, Lorkrta, Work. Jsssaw, Pvci
BnuM, Otft thjeA. IrUmt Paper, ate.
Hocwaa A KiiaiU, liruggM I'uraer mf
ad Wrtavi Mmte, Arat lT abviU.
Mtt-km3m
VHANTfOMl aad eoeturtabai feaaJv rawiWar la
Cnel4 Bear Lb Wid-. 4Wrta-l fcnan
A.TiiJf k CO.,
swl-sr
Tl Public
ACOOO Trm Ba4, wfca sJm awdarataada farae
l&aur as tae PacrM Cdk. (jai-f
ml jkngsu, ,vf a
(fljanrif rj Salts
Cbancerr Sale of Slaves.
pursuance of a decree made heretofore by the
Chancery Court at Nashville. In the case of Wra. D.
eal vs. K. E. Pitts and others, 1 will sell to the highest
Wder for cab, on the Public Square, in the Citr of
is"s " IT ' 011 SATCRDA"", Uie 3rd DAY OK APSIL,
T, : " '"s seven Slaves, lo-wit : Louisa,
.Maria, tllea, Alsey, Lucy Ann, Margaret and Martha.
. .. . - CD. BR1KS, C. k it.,
marl ta Chancery Court at NahvUle.
Chancery Sale
tl ward VuKhn, Adiur., et als e. MOley Everett, Ad
ministratrix, et els. '
JV pursuance ef a decree or the Chancery Conrt at
Nashville, 1 1 its last November Term, in the above
ause, mil tell, on the Public Square in Xaskrillr tm
. ATI R OA 1", THE 3d DAY OF APRIL, I8M, the
' -act of Land meuttoned in the pleadings in this case,
tud which lies on the North side of Cumberland riv
' "ear this erty,) or so much aa may be Doceasaxy tu
. tisfy the decree.
Tkrms. Five Hundred Dollar cash; Five Hundred
tolhirs upon a credit of four mouths, and for the bal
ance a credit of one, two aod three Tear, with Inter
est from date. C. D. BR1KN, C k M
marl td
Cliancery Sale of Ileal Estate.
homas R IfcEwen et als r. Nance Matlock et als,
id Nance k Matlock et sis t. Thus. B. McEwen el als.
(K pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, at its November Term, 1S57, in tlie above
itises, I will sell on the Public Square, in this city,
1 the 10TH DAY OK APRIL,1S5S, to the highest hid
' er, on a credit of one, two and three years, lots No.
2, 22 and 24 in the division of the Wilson's tpring
roperty. Ou oue of these Lots Wilson's S'H-ing 1
Ktated. C. 1). KRIEN, C. k U.,
mar 10-14 Chancery Court at Nashville.
Chancery Sale of Real Estate?
Gibson Merrilt r. Asa Shivers et als.
BY virtue of a decree of the Cliancery Court at Vath
ville. made iu Uie above cause, at November Term,
S57, 1 will, on SATURDAY, the loth DAY OK APRIL
eit. sell to the highest bidder at public sale, at Uie
1 urt yard gate in Nashville, three Lots, No. 4. 6 and
, in Nance s dmidou of Shivers' lot. Lots N. 4
und & each front 30 foci on Line street, and run back
11' 5 f.-et U' a l'i fKt alley. Lot No. 6 fronts 30 feet on
1 jne street, at its junction with Belleville street, and
runs back to said alley.
Tbkms. Si, twelve and eighteen month's credit will
be given, notes with good security required, aud a hen
retained until the purchase monev is ttid.
C. I). URIKN, CAM..
uiarlo-t l Chaucery Court at Nashville.
Cliancery Sale of Slaves.
George H Difciuukes m. Alexander Williams aud other.
IN pursuance of a decrti' of this Court, at November
Term 1&67, in tliealMive cause, 1 w illexiose to pub
lic sale, on the Public Square 111 Nashville, ou SATt'R
PAY, Uie Kth day of April, 1n5n, two Slaves, Ste
phen, aged about years, aud Bill, aged alnml VI
y-ars, ultuched as the pIoierty of defondaut, Alex.
Williams, and to be sold u pay first a decree in this
limrt. against said Williams, in favor of Porter, Wayne
A Webb, and costs, and socoudly to wy a decree iu
favor of coiupUlliaut DLSinukes aud costs.
C. D. BIUKN, C. k M.,
marl6-t.l Cliancery Court at Nashville.
Creditors of Charles Tomes.
IN piirsunm-e of an order made at the November
Term, 1S&7. of the Cliancery Court at Nashville, all
persons having claims against Uie estate of Cuahikh
Iomks, dee'd., are hereby uotitiod to tile their claims,
legally authenticated, with Uie Clerk and Master of said
Court, on or before the first Monday in May uext, or
they will be forever barred.
C. It. r.IUEV, C. k V.,
mar: 3-4 w Cliancery Court at Nash wile.
To our Old Customers & Friends.
VXTK. have How located ourselves at No. 12 Deade
f rick Street, here we are premred to furtiifh
Uiein w ith all kinds of drinks, such as Hrandy, W hisky ,
L.lll,and Wines of all desi'ripnous ot the liestqualHH;
also tobacco, smoking and chewing, with a variety of
tlie nest cigars. Our desires are to do every thing to
aUT t the lasu-tt of our patrons. Call, geuUemen,
try lor yourselves, as we are always t our post.
janoO 3m J. I- I 'KICK k J. F LMKRY
GIFTS. GIFTS. GIFTS.
BOOKS! ! BOOKS!!
rpHK following is a SCHUH Ij: of Protiertv whk h
A. will be given to Purchasers of Books at tbe time
ot sale by
The United States Benevolent Society for the
Difluaioix of useful Knowledge :
Pat. Eng. I-rver ;.d I Watchc. hunting cw. $100 00
Patent Anchor ;ld Watches, bunting case, 74 00
Patent Cylinder Cold Watches, hu tiling cases, 60 00
I .adieu' tiold Watches, huuiing cases, 3a 00
Hunting Silver levers, hunting caws, Vb 00
tietita' California Diamond Puis, (act iu 18 caret
tiold,) 25 00
Gents' California IHamond Irpincs, VI 00
I.arge double rase Minulure Lockrts, 10 00
Sets of Cameo Pin and Dro, 10 00
; old sume or cameo Sleeve Jiullona, 4 00
tiold stone or cameo studs, 4 00
;!. is' tiold Pen and tiold rase, large, 0 00
IidK-s' Pen and tiold case, 4 no
Silver Pencils aud tiold, Uiree exteiunous, 7 40
Silver Pencils and Hold Peus, S 40
tiold ls k ts, two glasses, 3 40
tieuts' Fine (iold Kuics, heavy, S O0
IJkdh-s' iold Kreast Itns, S 40
Indies' tiold br Droiw, i no
tieuts' tiold llosora Studs, S 00
Uenls' tiold Sleeve Kllttulis, S 40
lAilies' tiold Pencils, S 40
I-di.'' tiold Kuign, 1 40
liclils' Itosom Pius, 1 40
Indies' Gold Kibbon Pins, 1 00
Pine French tiold 30 day Clocks, 24 00
Fine heavy Silver Plated Castors, 14 00
Silver Plated Table Spoous, heavy, r et 4 00
" " Tea Srss'iis, " " 2 40
" Table Forks, " " 4 00
H'sslr-s a large and valuable asaortuieut of miscella
neous articles, both useful aud ornamental, varying la
value from 'li rents to fs.
Oue of the above article will be given to th pur
chaser of each book at the time the woik is sold.
Any person by forwarding an order for book, with
money enclosed, will receive an extra bjk and lft
with every ten book, sent to Uio order by upreea.
All order for Uook will be promptly and impartial
ly tilled.
The gifts in all ease will accompany th Books
Single book can be sent to any part by mail. Cat
alogues of the book w ill be sent by tuad lo any order
upon apidK-atiou.
. lull of th following Bank taken at par:
liank of IX us,
" SMnjivviuK,
" Navill,
" Lawbkiwh-m1,
Dasnajno.
M. C. BRVfT,
AcKvr n tbs mm.
Old Post-imce Building, corner of Cedar and Cherry,
Nashville, w here tlie Itooks and Ulfts are on for la
pectiou, day aud night. fcbll tf
j. u. uoin.n coM
WHOI.rSAI K AND RETAIL
GROCERS,
AND PKALEKS IX
"LIQUORS AND PRODUCE,
No. 61, Collefre Street,
angC4 ly Nashflllr, Tenn
Cotton ManufactumV Agency.
7E are Sole AgenU for the sale of the Fabric of
Richland Manufacturing Companr, Pulaski, Tens.
Sparta do
do
Sparta,
Sumner do
prank Im Factor)',
Laurel Mill do
Rockdale do
Shoal Mill.
tVeacrnt do
Crow sua do
II.ijmi do
do
CalUim, "
Frank tm.
HenryvUIr,
alt. Pleasant, 41
La reoccbuf ,"
&a
da
do "
Ptneweod
pinewood do
And have alaari en hand a full stork of 614ing,
Oanaburgs, Itrilhnga, Bagging, Couaa Yarwa and Molt
ing, ah h w oner to the wholeaalo trade ewly m lot
ef eat lea than 4 bale Sbeettuga; 4 oak) OaaabttTg;
Zi bags Cotton Varus, Ac , Ac.
Nashville. Mara. VT. I! iiP.IV)X k CO.
rt' .vui
r a."V- a al
ox
O- a 1
LA.-iUUETirs liillDKf 8KCDS.
Jt ST rrivad and opened btrge stork ef Laedreth'o
Gard.a Haavt. warrai wd fra; enessung M th
issuai varartM) bmagbt w thit saarkrt, a tuch he
would call U. attcauua ef Fasutlie aod Crd-wra.
g. bwvrv,
bin tf Na. 43 CoUrge rmmt.
JLEA A. 1 Ell It IN 8'
CaOAJBKATU)
W'orceslerMxlre Sawcc,
tlTK-ttT
PKONOCNCKli
s tcmai ra' a
cvssoattxss
TO US TUX
0XLT 0009 aUaVCZ,
an aimjcou o
every VAEirrr
OP DISIL
XedicsJ GatU:
AT MAKKAA.
TO ua tUbtrrHES,
At
" Vn.wu.Mtr.lUI.
"Twt Ut fiiM S
Hal itr aAl'CT high
ly latmud as ladai,a4
tm, m lav "aii, tb
Mat w lata bar, a w
Th. eaiVy Medal swwrded by toe Jery of in New
Tork f l.li fug rri' tmtemm, wa itrtaae4 k
LEA k 1ULX1 N tot tWtf OKI XSIUlEti lk-k tvAl CX,
U wU ki 1 ais mt wtta.ll bavstg W4 to uaarw
kautattish, swefcaaw ar eerwestiy rstd to
UtaA the auaa mt -LEA 4 11AUU.S" ar mgwsma
a? ta jtu 4 tujtsrt a4 yri4 efo the ta
bet.
frai irgnlaatU A4 to tb Vmrnmrn Iwh,
- .oss xunrcur tosi.
1 -fit. o. uwar, ji, r :
A tK-k twTt tn mir. AktO, Ofdaca raaivd tc
diraot ah yj' as. at tres l&ptmA. ar -!y
NEW HARDT7A . E HOUSE.
HcCiHL, VANLEEE & CO.,
v Importers akd dealers is ".'' ,
rrenth, English, & American llardirare
GUNS AND CUTLERY,
Blacksmith cLtid Cttrpenter Tools ; also
Btiildiits and Railroad Hardware
Sign of the Big Padlock
NO. 44 MARKET STREET, KEAR THE SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
HJljolfsale prt) 8ools.
1H5S 1S5S
SPRUNG GOODS.
Bransford, McUhirtcr & Co.,
Importcn and Wholeiale Dcalrrt Lb
FOREIGN A.D DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,
Varieties. Mantles. Bonnets, tic,
IVo. 3, Inn Block,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
w
E have In store and ready for exhibition a Large,
Hua:te aiiu nun seioctea &IOCK or
Spring and Summer Dry Good,
To Uie attention of which we would most respectfully
iu vile Cash and Pmompt Tm Dbalbwi visiting our city.
URANSFORD, MtWUlKTLR k CO.
marl? 2m
WHOLESALE.
STAPLE AND FAXCY
DRY GOODS,
Ladle Drtu Goods,
Meady-maxd C'lotblncr,
llala, Uoets and Mioea,
straw Geods,
Hardware V Qotrniwar,
BY
TRABUE & LUCUS.
WE are now receiving our regular stork of every
description of tioods as above, to which we re
spectfully call the sfiecial attention of city and country
mere nau is. Kme and look before you purchase, we
have also several large lots of almost every descrip
tion of Goods consigned to us, which can be "bought at
great sacrifice for cash.
marl-tf TRABCE k I.rCt'8-
EVANS & CO.,
WHUIJtAlJC DKAIXK8 IN
FOKE1GN AND D03IESTIC
Dry Goods, Keadj-made Clothing,
BOOTS, SnOES, HITS, BOXXETS,
VAUIKTIES. AC.,
"XasUvllle, Tennessee
No. 1 Jta.livllle Inn Illoek.
Tt E ARE NDW RECFJU AND OPENING OCR
Spring Stock of Goods,
To an examination of which w would call the atten
tion uf merchant buying in thia city.
Inducement will be oih-red to CaaM and numrrtlm
buyers. EVANS k CO.
leb'JO-lrd
DOUGLAS & CO.,
H0. 63, PUBLIC SftTJABX,
NASI IV IEEE, TENNESSEE,
HEALKRS AT WHOUUI LV
Imported and Domestic
DRY GOODS.
BOOTS, SHOES, BROGIXS, HATS, E0XXET5
VeM Ac, Ac.
W are now opening aud arranging for sal about
l&OO Patckacr)
New Spring1 Goods,
rmnprisiiig many of the best makes and Uia NEWEST
STYLES AND I'H-KiNS, all of whnh we desire lo sell
on time to
ItELIAllXI! DEALEI1,
Or subject lo the customary discount for Money.
feb-M-Sm ImlGLAS A CO.
Alison, Anderson & Co.
WHOLESALE PKAIJ-JW IN IXIREIGN AND IOMESTI
DKY GOODS.
Ko. 41 Public Squire, VaabTille, Tonnoim.
Spring Styles, lHrH.
"f TE are now receiving and opening, and shall, by
f tlie lat of next mouth, have ready, for sal, our
usual slock f
Foreign 1 IKimrMif Dry Coo!m Tirirtiti tod
II EA D r MA I K CLOTHIXU,
Adapted tn tlie SPUING and Sl'MMLR trad. V in
vite thoee visiting our Market to call and tumUM oar
slock , a we shall oner inducement to those purchas
ing fur auk or lo nmmpt merchants.
ALLI.SO. ANUE1ISOK A CO.
Feb. 22 am.
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
IinjKirtrn snd Uholrxale Sralrrt la
DRY GOODS,
'. 4 8 Public Kqntrc,
N'ASIIVIELE, TENNESSEE.
WE HAVE COM MEXCED KECE1VING OUR
Spring Stock,
Whk-h will be coniii'tr about the last of thia mooth
and to ahicb we ill add tlte
LITEST AOVELTIES DIKING THE SE1S0"!.
That stock will be found very extenaiv and will em
brace oar usual vanriy uf
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS, VARIETIES,
AND
Ready-Made Clothing.
And having beea purchased at grt advantage, d.r
Ihe exalting prvaaur, Oi be uld kuw for CAnllgOr t
Prompt Merchants on Time.
T. A. V. EAKM A CO.
febl-tf
Wemovul.
"t T Ty hare raeved Into la New Varehnose, No. U,
I V Ptibhc iHaar., Nashvdie Tens., where w pro-
pna to do boiuness ua aa Unroved plan. W hat
ms a ato aaaurtiueat id lmp-td aad Ikuneastc
Dry aela, IIola, ftatoca, IlaMa, Ac..
Aad w aulKit tb palruuag. of oar friradl aad ef IM
bar ova generally,
febtt zm IOLGLAJt k CO.
ST. ALUAX8.
PUBLIC SALE . .
-or
VALUABLE LOTS.
0a. WadaMdaj, thu Slt Uj af Xaxca avert,
0 V the premwea, at 11 fclorlt A. X., w will e
to tb higbcat bidder bctweea 40ae 4 Ualldl
lata; L(aw tb rcDwatrg ananid aarttoae mt M.
AltvoAa. :
TM alove i I M.M1., sad. wnboel reeeree.
law cw u A ercdit of ew aad w yaara, far
aotra aaWactxrily dors4, bewrsof intsreas, py
bte s bask ad a hna rtamsd.
Thai al a, aw t by rirM mt a deed of traat
ewtew by M. W. Wetaaor to A. V. 6. LasAsley, tb
Ins) day t May, 1M, wbica at duly recorded B ta
ImmwI UCfce eg tWmoe eowwty , Boo 4, fm
M XJO, T1X ad ZSL
A nsure sswuewlar tmrmo of the property t bo
4 wdl be Citww a baa tuia.
M. V. "WrTMOW
A. V. S. Lisas ar.Tnsstre. awl tf
JUST 11ECE1VED i I
AT
Charles "Robertson's
CONFECTIONERY.
Va. IT. ltAjit SUMt,
IdataJtvlite, Tearaav
50
fifi IttBEKSI Pre- CVv.4K.tocs;
- ep-ad ps-AWd m buttie;
nes wissw;
j - rve rrw, switsi-
XM rMbrwam, ' - .-.t -
" Nnatarr;
X4 Aaaisrtud Parked;
M Ismady h'l;
1 " - feUtrw t ed ldfoe, Toe Heat artkW f r
trav.liag perevwaw.
ft ltavktu. t'bafigwe Cider; ' "
44 W1 buae PweCracA; -
t kbav laaie Oicreaa;
ta - Aawirti d Nttts; "
rsaM:
A frak lot ot KaisiB 3i TV:
A W(. k f Fr, CoatfectsMiet turn Hrya kept M
prtoM te aww th fisna. v
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