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UNION AND AMERICAN.
NASHVILLE, TUESDAY MORNING, DEO. JS, 1S56. CHRISTMAS ADDRESS. ' TLere were nine competitors for the premium offered by our carrier beys for the best Christmas Address. We submitted these addresses to three literary gentlemen of the city, and they awarded the premium to & South Carolina gentleman. There was better poetry offered than his, in the opinion of the committee ; but as a Carrier's Christmas Address they judged his the moat ap propriate, and therefore the test. We shall send the euoceasful writer our Daily for one year from this date, and a copy of the British Poets awaits his order. Our bays willdelirer Addresses to subscribers to the Uhiox ahd American to-morrow evening. TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD. The Tennessee and Alabama Railroad is imme diately to be put under contract from Spring Hill .to M. Pleasint, to be completed in two years. The location has been made, and everything is in reidineas to go rapidly forward. At Columbia it will be joined by the Central Southern Railroad to Pulaski and Decatur. This road, as before Eta ted in tLis paper, is now under contract for nearly ;the whole distance to Pulaski, tD be completed by "March ltt, 1859. The TenneS30 and Alabama Eailroad has lately received the endorsement of its bonds by the State to the amount of $200,000. It will also have the aid ot the State to the amount of 85 000 to assist in bridging Duck rivr, and ?30,000 for Buffalo river. The roads which are to form the southern connection of this work are steadily progressing, and within the next three or four years we may look for a railroad line complete between Nashville- and New-Orleans, t With these connections, and with the North western road in vigorous progress, it will becomo more than ever the interest of Louisville and Ken tucky to pnsh forward vigorously their portion of the Louisville and Nashville road. 05" O. Fox opens his new Auction room to night, at No. 28, Cedar Street, under the Veran dah. Ho has a large and splendid stock of Books, with other articles. He eells to-night a beautiful assortment of Gift Books. See advertisement in another column. Catalogues can be found at hia store. Fine Beet ahd. Mutton. L. C. Coleman will offer his customers and the public this morning and to-morrow morning tbe finest beef and mutton ever offered in this market. It is enough to say, that the beef is from tbe stalls of that eminent stock raiser, Ben. Harlan, of Maury and the mot ion from the fine pastures of Richard Allen, of "Sumner. - EST We learn that the schedule of the Memphis and Charleston railroad "has been chtnged,so that no connexion is formed with trains on the.Najhville and Chattanooga road. Passengers taking the morning train from Nashville lie over 20 hours at Stevenson and those taking the evening train lie overseven hours. This is strange management on tbe part of tho Memphis and Charleston reads. The Amateur Concert Saturdat Niurt. One of the most elegant and brilliant houses' collected at Odd Fellows' Hall, Saturday evening, which has a&cmbled in Nashville fcr some time past. The liberality thus exhibited will go far to alleviate the destitution of the molt unfortunate class of per sons that demand aid from the public. Tho per formances wcrs of the most satisfactory character in every particular giving groat delight to the cul tivated in the musical art. The programme was well selecleJ, and tho pieces were given with a graceful ease, which betokensd much inatc talent and careful cultivation. I canuotspoak in detail of the various amalears, who so largely contributed on this occasion to my pleasure. Whero all was done so well, to say Viis or i7a excelled in merit is a task beyond my power. I most heartily wish that the original intention of giving two of those concerts may not bo aban doned, and tbat at an early period the community may have another opportunity for participating in eo rich and deserving an entertainment. o. "Theatre. Notwithstanding tho cold weather there wa3 a good honse at tho theatre last night to witness the performance of Chanfrau and Alber tise. They appear again to-night in a variety of characters and as a matter ol course there will be another good house. fejy Cuarlis Robertson's stock of pretty and useful articles for Christmas is very full and com plete. See his adveitisements in this paper, and his store on Market street. Q3- We call attention to the attractive sale of real estate, by Nance, Woodward, and Shank- -1 TS ..... T T d n A .a ,Vi.ni LAM), Oil ILf iUIlf J piKc, lu-unj. i niu wiuuiu for investment is offer e J. Harper tor January. W. T. Berrt & Co. have received Harper's Magazine for January. l'Ror. Hale The lectures of this gentleman will, for the present, te continued at the Third Presbyterian church. Tae house is comfcrtab'e and commodious, and the Professor will doubtless have as large ciowds to hear him as ever. Ckooker's Millikert Establishment. Tester day was tho Fall opening thy of the above estab lishment, and prompted by a desire to seo some thing ve:y nice as well as to be in fashion (as near ly every body, we thought, was there,) wo went along with the tide and looked at tho large atu fine display of millinery and fancy goods there lo be seon. Mr. Crookei has brought on a very largo and varied stock, embracing all the articles belong ing to the trade, of every style and quality. Tte stock of bonnets, flowers, ribbons, trimmings, head dresses, &c, is far beyond what we expected to a:o. The finer qualities ot theso various styles of goods are indeed superb, surpassing anything we LaVO ever BCUI1. IUC IWUUOIP, y " ui-uini tj ( II u introduced to tho notion of thepuolic. Mr. O. is prcptreJ to sell millinery goods at wholasale as well as retail, and country dealers de siring to purchase will do well to examine his stock New York Millinery Emporium. Tho removal of tbis popular resort of Fashion from No. 7 to 32 LTjioti street, Campbell's ne.r builJing-, wLore it is attrasting crowds of our town and country lady readers, in want of recherche miUineiy articles, pretty bonnets, fancy goods; this is manifest from the enthusiasm and joy of all win have suppi ea thcmstlves lrom that Baziar of noveltiej. Oar ladies aro evidently appreciating tho opening of such an establishment where they can obtain s;inh rich, rare, and heretofore costly article?, at Ntw York prices. We aro authorized to say tbat tbo remainder cf Stock will bo cleared away ("urng the holidays at 25 ptr cent lesi thfn former pric s Great bargains will be given. dec2l-l.ctf. SrunrR's Rifles. All sportsmen, who are in want ol a good and reliablo gun, especially adapted for large game Bach as Bear, Deer, &c., are invited to call at the store or Fall & Cunningham, No. -17-Tublic Square, nod examine "Sharpe's Patents port ing Rifle," which in rapidity of firing, accuracy of aim, and length of range is far superior to any gun ever invented, and unlike any other Patent Gun its construction is so exceedingly simple that it i3 not inore liable "to get out of order" than the common Kentucky Rifle. F. & C have also a few shot guns made on the esme Patent. Nasaville, July 16, 1856- -6m. ItfVEft INTELLIGENCE. .BErpBTED.BT CAR H. 1L. BAB COOS', STEAM BOAT AGIST. PORT OF NASHVILLE. Airived. - Harmonia and Rochester, Pittsburg. Princess, Cincinnati Scotland ad Seventy Six, New Orleans. City of Huntevilleand Ambassador, Cairo. Aleonia, Memphis. Return, Southland. . . ' 'Dr. Robtrtson, Coal Mines. Departed. City of Huntsville, Cairo. Aleonia, Memphis. ' ' .Harmonia, Pittsburg, Return, Smithlacd. Boat3 Leaving -This day at 12 o'clock, TJ. S. mail steamer Ambassador. Having just Ctt :d a new sett of wheels, it is now fair to presume sho will fly like a meter and feed on nothing less than Christmas fixings. Fob, Pitkburq. Tho popular craft Rochester, Capt. Weare, with a courteous gentlemanly crew will go through in quick time. For Cixoihnati. Our home boat and new craft Princess, commanded by our townsman, Capt. Aiken, with Wills, presiding at the desk, full of courtosy and accommodation, is up for the Queen City, at 12 o'c!ock. On Wednesday next at 4 o'clock P. M. tne pop ular craft and general favorite, the Seventy Six, Capt. Barckley, again enters the arena of public favor, as a. regular packet between this port and Cincinnati. Having heretofore given entire Batis fection we solicit a continuance of patronage. Business. As wo anticipated in cur lest there was a heavy amount of arrivals. Tbe landing at present is literally covered With every description of merchandise. Little going from port in tbe way of pound freights. Boats however yet ob tain full freights of iron, at our former quotations. Weatueii and Water. Weather clear and se verely cold water falling rapidly with eight feet large on sho&Ii. By a dijpatch yesterday to Capt. Hughes from steamer Umpire, sho reports herself ice bound at the port of Louisville. This being so, what few steamers that have got out before the making up of ice, will bo about all the arrivals wo may ex pect from thnt quarter, until the weather mode rates. 185C. 1IKOINI.INE OF 1857. NASHVILLE Ac A XV ORLEANS PACKETS. JAMES JOHNSON CiPT. Jtsai Johssoh. HUMBOLDT " W. Stroko. SCOTLAND ' K. L. Disbokis. NASHVILLE Tnos. Bkluktoer. THE above steamers will run regularly In tbe New Or leans and Nashville trade. One of them being In each port everyday during the boating season. These Boats are all owned in Nashville, and built especially for this trade. Capt. U. DuSeld will act as their Agent In New Orleans, and will attend to any business connected with the line. I re spectfully solicit the patroi.og e of the Mercantile and Travel ling community, well satisfied tbat the Officers and Agents will spare no exertions to desire their favors. A. HAMILTON. Agent, Nashville. B. DUFIELD, octJ3 tf r. Agent, Now Orleans. NASHVILLE, CAIRO, AND NEW ORLEANS DAILY LINE. THE following steamers form the Dally United States Mall Line from Nashville and Cairo, leaving Nashville at 12 o'clock,, M.. and Cairo ate A. M. ' J. G. CLUNK, Hits:, Master; CITY OF HUNTSVILLE, Wiavxs, Master; AMBASSADOR, Wattt, Master; A I.IDA, Hasiiax, Master. This line forms dally connections at Cairo with the Calm and Now Orleans Dally Mall Steamers, the Louisville and at, Louis Dally Boats, and also with the Central Railroad lo St. Lonls and Chicago. Passengers by this line can reach New Orleans. MemDbis. St. Louis and Louisville In tnnrh less time than by any other Boati. For passage or freight Packet Office of A. L.Davis. O.W. DAVIS, President. nov29 tf Bra N. & M. U.S. Mall Packet Company. JIE KMl'HIS ANDNAMIV1LLE PACKEI'. Tim nne passenger steamer ALEONIA, Capt. Jakes Millie, will run In the above trade Uls season, leaving Nashville everv MONDAY. at 4 o'clock, P. 11., and Memphis every THURSDAY at 4 P. M. Passengers may rely on the above boa t leaving each mace on the day and at the same time advertised. A. HAMILTON, octS3 tf II. II. HARRISON, Agents. KKUULAK KKEIUHf AND PASSENUJBU LINE FOE. ST. LOUIS. kALLIC "WEST Capt. J. N.Corsitt. ELLA....i " Jaxis LortLL. rpiIKSK boats will be tne regular packets uo- ju iween at. iouis anu nasuviue mis season, and will commence their trips Immediately, after the Erst rise In Cumberland Rlrer. They will inane their trips as regularly as tho business will allow. One leaving each port about every fire days. octa-tf r. A. HAMILTON, Agent. RKISULAK WEEKLY CINCINNATI AND NASHVILLE PACKETS. TI1R nnvr ilrflnirtit itflimM Auui. 1'iKit, wm. poller, waster, being expressly ballt lor this trade, with all the modern Improvements, with the light draught subitaunch and new steamer SAMUEL P. HIBBEKD, GBACK, Master, will run as regular Packets during the ensuing season between the above ports one of tho boats being in port every week. There beats being In command of old and experienced commandants, and with superior facilities for passengers and freights, solicits a sbareof pub lic patronage. Por passage or freight apply nn board, or to II. II. HARRISON. Agent, oetSK era Front street. HKGULAK LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI PACKET. THC light draught, commodious and fast running steamer SWALLOW, Alix. Fkazck, Master, will run regularly between the abovo uolnts and all intermediate land ings, maklDgregnler 12 day trips. Will give all orders prompt attention and general eatiauctlon. We solicit for this popu lar craft a liberal share of public patronage. Her command ant is a resident ol Cincinnati and thoroughly acquainted there and on the entire water. For freigh. or passage ap ply on board, orto H. II. HARRISON, declS Cm Agent. UEGULAK NEW ORLEANS PACKET. rjHHR substantial steamer CUMBERLAND, JL Capt. Wh.Dewitt. having superior ac commodations for Passengers, Freight and filnrfc- will nlv diirlnr- thA ae&lnn Ms above and all Intermediate landings. Her exceedlnglight draught will insure in the most of cases direct shipments. Messrs. AY. A. JoiiJtsoH & Co., of New Orleans, will act as Agents In conjunction with Capt M. 1), F. H. Broois, who will re side permanently In New Orleans, at No. 27 Carondelet street, durUg the business season, for the purpose of giving his en tire attention to the tilling of all purchase orders at the lowes figures. H.H. HAKK1SON, dec3 Cm Agent. REGULAR NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI PACKET. THE commodious and substantial fast runnine Bteaner SEVENTV-SIX. P. K. Barclay. Master, is held in readi . nets bv the first rise of water to resume her regular tri as above daring the coming season. For freight and paf - age, having superior accommodation, apply on board or v ?eptl7 tf U. II, llARBlSOy. Agent. REGULAR LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE PACKET. THE new and commodious light draught steamer. Diamond, Capt. W. R. HOLL rnnPT. Muter.C. T. Krrmi. Cleric, will ply during tne st-ason Detween me aoove pons, uh is perior accommodations and an experienced Clerk, who wil give prompt attention to nil orders, we solicit for this Boat a liberal patronage. For froight or psssage apply on board, orto il. H HAKRISON, H.T.YEATEMAN, noTg-Cm Ag'uls. I'OR NASHVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS TRADE. rTMIE new and light di aught steamer JL SJKKSUKNT, W. nomas. Master, will run regular v in the above trade an- ring iub present Beason, commencing on mo uis n iu the Cumberland river She has excellent accommodations, od in point of speed and safetr is unsurpassed. For freight or passage apply to II. II. HARKISON, ocl4 dlf Afnt The Premium Hat ! FOR THE HOLIDAYS ! T."(IK the Christmas holidays we are making a light and elegant !t)le of Hats, which cannot fall to be popular with tho wearer. It is manufactured with our usual care, and I'nr brilliancy of flnbh cannot he excelled. 0ecI3 WATHKFIKLD & WAi.KBlt. SUPERIOR SOFT II ATS WK Lat e the flnettasjortment of Soft French Felt Hals ever offered in tbe civ. in all tbe Lishlnnable colors ami most approved designs. We shall kepp up tho colebrity of IhrhnnsebT selling them at oar usual low and unlrorm prices. IdeclSl WATBHF1KLD & WaLKCK. FANCY HATS ANI CAPS FOR UOYS. WH have recelredfor tho holidays a beautiful assortment of Hats and Caps for Boys and Children. 'Ihcy aie of the newest dcslins and cannot fall to please. decl3 WATERFIKLD & WALKRIt. LADIES' DRESS FURS. WEsball stl the balance of our Slock of Fine Dreis Furs at reduced prices, to ensure their speedy sale. Thej am Hill Dew, and will stand an examination from any wishing to -purchase. WATKKFIKLD if WALKER. Premium Hat and For Store, decll S6 Public Square. ' 850,000 1 DAVIDSON COUNTY BONDS. ,-lTrK wtllpaj iSTentx-flrecentfln Merchandise for Darld. W son Ceuaty Bonds. tn,T21 j A j. duscaN & CO. BY- TEIEGrRAPH. Chioaoo, Dec 22 Resolutions-were introduced . in the legislature of lows on the 19th, requiring Congressmen to vote for the admission of Kansas as a free State. and.against its adcakalon.as a slave Htate. - f The democrats offered a substitute to epeal tho obnoxious laws of territorial Iegalattrretsxpresg ing tbe hope that a constitution prohibiting slavery will be adopted. An amendment was offered,'ibat the exercise of self government' does not embrace the establishment of slavery or polygamy .The votd was not taken. A meeting was held at Grimbom, Kansas, on the 8tb, tocontider measures for tbo construction of a railroad from thence to Iawrence. " y Washington, Dec 20. Senato not in session. House. "Mr. Granger made an inefiectual'at tempt to introduce a resolution declaring Daniel Waldo chaplain of tbo House of Representatives. The consideration of private bills was then' re sumed. ,- ). - -New Yonir, Dec 20. The steamship Black War rior has arrived with dates to tho,15:h. No important news. An efheer, who waa despatched by the Spanish Government to Dommico, with '0,000 ' stand' of lJ J TT irr i arms, nau returned 10 xiavana. no -reports pav ing distributed arms to volunteers who have re cently been cat ralized as Spanish subjects by tho Spanish Consul General of the Dominican Rppub- Bueinees was not very active. Sugars unchanged, Molasses 7t8 riab; Clade Muscovado 8t9. A United States surveying schooner name un knowu Commander Eaven, fromaPhiladelphia, put into Havana leaking badly. New York, Deo. 20. The store of Hewitt & Co., on Stone street, extensive flour dealers was destroyed by fire last night, loss $30,000. The steamer Atlantic sailed to-day for Liver pool with G8.000 in specie. Wabmikotos, Dec 20. House Mr Wheeler asked leave to report a bill prepared at thePcst Office Department, and approved by the Post Of fice Committee, taxing lottery circulars and 'all such class mail matter with letter postage. Ad journed. Cikcisnati, Dec 21. C & W'H Allen's jewelry store burnt, damage to the building and stock, $10,000. River nine feet Scant! water in the chan nel. Weather intensely cold. Louisville, Dec 22, 10 J o'clock, A M. Noth ing has yet been heard of the steamship America which has now been out 16 days. River four-feet water on the falls and seven feet in the canal Thermometer is 10 degrees below zero. St. Lonra, Dec 20. Riggs & Levering's candle factory and contents were consumed by fire Fri day night last, losses estimated at $75,000. Washihqton, Dec 22. ThePresident ha3 recog n'zed Leopold Schimdth as Consul from Baden, and Richard Mulberry as Consul from Baden at New York. WAshiKOTOS, Dec 21 Rooms for 350 to 500 members of tbe Philadelphia Keystone Club have been engaged for five days at tbe inauguration f Buchanan. Nn w York, Dec 21. The sympathy meeting for Wtlkerlast evening was well attended; Gene ral Barnett, presided. Speeches werrj nade by Duff, Green, Gen Wheat and Gen Green of Texas A letter from Qiitman, and resolution! were adopted which pledged national call on the gene ral government, to send national vessels to Nicara gua, and to sustain minister Wheeler. A collec tion of $1300, was made. Orders have been received by Government of ficial?, to stop all the shipment of arms or prcv sions to Walker. The President has also issued orders for the ar rest of Wm Garrison, Charles Morgan and Gen. Walker, to answer for the seizure of accessory' Transit Company property, valued at ono million dollars. Telegraphic dispatches from. tho coast represent tV e gale Inst night as a most fearful one, it is fear ed many disasters have occurred to vessels bound iu. The packet ship N-w York with 300 passengers, is reported ashord at Biruegat, dismasted. Tbosioamer Berns3ia from Harrisburg, first ar rived here this morning on tbe 19th mst. She ran into the schooner Industry, from Baltimore for Halifax. The shooner sunk but her crew were saved. Halifax, Dec 22, 2 o'clock, P. M. The missing steamship has not yet been heard from. A furious scow storm is raging. Washington, Dec. 22 Senate Discussing a bill providing fur the construction of a steam rev enue cutter lor the port of New York. House AdopUd Washburn's resolution for the President to communicate to the House tbe amount of money paid ad liabilities incurred for United States troops and aids in Kansas, and for the arrest of persous charged with violating tho so called laws of tbo Territory. . Niw York, Des22 Tr passengers aboard the pacle: ship Netv York, at Barnogat, have all been safely landed on the t eajli. Corn declinirg, mixed 70; white 76; yellow 76. Poik drill Beef steady. Lard dull. Whisky easier, 29a30. Cincinnati, Dec 22 Flonr unchanged. Whisky firm 23a23. Suj-ar lOjjilOJ. for Fair. Molasses, tc.v, "Oif.fiini. Wheat 1 121 15. w FORT AINES ACADEMY LOTTERY. By Authority of the State of Georgia. CLASS, 23,' To be drawn in the Cityof Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on TUESDAY, January 20, 1S57. on the plan of SINGLE NimilEItSt 30,000 riCKE7S-2,307 PRIZES! NEARLY ONE l'HIZK TO EVERY BWE TICKETS I Jinlliint Scheme. lPma of... tiu.OoO h ,- $20,000 do ...K',000 30,000 ...lO.OOOis 10,000 ...10,C00ia i 10.000 ... 6.000 is 5,000 ... 5,000 is 6,000 ... 1,000 is 1,000 ... lO'Jare 2,000 . . . 100 are 9,000 ... 70 are 7,000 ... 60 are 5,000 ... 40 are. 120,000 do do do do do 10 Prizes of .. . '0 do ltrt do 1C0 do 8000 do 8,207 Prizes, amounting to (204,000 raicc or noxrrs. S3T Whole- Tickets, 10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2. The first S07 Prizss ore decided in the usual manner. 8,000 Prizes of 40 will be determined by the last figure of the number that draws the (20,000 prize. For example, if tbe number drawing the 20,000 prize ei-ds with 1, then all the tickets whure Ilia number ends in 1 will be entitled to f40. If the number ends with No. 2, then all tbe tickets where the number ends in 2 will be entitled to (40, and so on to 0. Certificate ct Package or 10 WholeTickets ....160 " 10 Half " SO " " loQcarter " ' 15 Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be addressed either to PLAN OF THE LOTTERY. 80,000 Numbers ctirrcspondinfrwith those en the Tickets are placed in one Wheel, 't he Prizes, are placed in andtber wheel. A nnmber is drawn lrom tbe nimber Wheel, and at the same time a Prize is drawn from the other Wheel. Tbe Prize drawn is placed against the number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the prizes are drawn out. IS ORDERING TICKETS. Enclose the money toour address for the Tickets order ed, on tli j receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail. The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizss will be sent to pnrchas.rs immediately after tbe drawing. Ord-Ts far Tickets should be st iit early. Purchasers will uleae write their signature plain, give their Post Orlice. Conntv and Stats. Kemember that erery prize is drawn, and payable in lull without deduction. tf All prizes of 1 1.000 and under. Did immediately aiur the drawiug other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. At communications strictlr confidential. Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at either oflice. Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates either to H. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, Ga , S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala., S. SWAN. Box 200 Mobile, Ala , 17 tf or Z. STISISTtEN, Uor 8, Nastmlle NASHVILLE BUILDING ASSOCIATION JIORTGAE SALE. BY vlrlne of a mortgage with power of sale executed to the XashTille Building Assoclatlm by H. V.' Walden, winch Is registered In the register's offlce of Davidson coun ty, In Uook So 20 page 109. The said Kashville Bnildtng AHociatloa, by ItsTreasurer.wlll proceed to sell at Auction to Hie hlfcliesi bidder for cash, on SiTUDT. December UTih, 1B50, at lhe Court House Yard in Nashville, the' property therein decrlbed, be ginning at aStakeoii theWhsteru margin of High street, the S. K. corner of Lot 3, fronting 33 feet on High street, bring Lot So. 4 In the Han f Wilson's Spring Lots. Sale without eqtiiiy of redemption. declT if CHAKLE3 A. FULLER, Treasurer Eatiaig- Saloon! FRESH NORFOLK OVSTERS ! I AM dily receiving Fresh Norfolk Oysters by express, and will continue to do so as long as the Oyster season lasts. Our country friends and families living In the city will do well to call atmy Saloon, and get fresher, better and cheaper jj tiers man ever nave Den in our marxet nerore. A lew r -Ik. .l.ii r.c.iy-rr ' ujBiers u iu iucii ihell. J. CASEY, ; Frost street, a few doors from the Square norai I HAVE Just returned from New York, and cm now., onenlnza maznlficent stock of Jewelrr. Watches.' die, or the newest and most beautiful styles, and av.: great rartety-of Goods for Gifts, suitable lor tho com- uig nouaajs. iv. XI. UALtlluua, de31 dSsr. 13 Publis. Square. Penmanship. PARENTS, who wish to do so, can havo their children tanght Writing- during the commas siouuay a oy JHfl. BOLBEARi At the Saloon of -Weasel & Thompson. 43 Union street. Mr. D. his also arranged h'a hours so that pupils who ara attending other Schools can aitend hla classes without miss ing' their recitations in other Institutions. Those who wish to Join his class should make early appli cation as the seats are belnr racldlv filled ud. Each nunll la tanrht aenaratelr and the Saloon entlrelv anlet. so thst Ladles are less liable to be disturbed than they would bo If leceTung lessons in weir own parlors. tuccxi it. I7IOK BENT. The three stery House on College street, : at preseat occupied by James Hamilton, is for rent the ensuing? year. The store is 28 feet wide and 107 feet deep, wiina nne cellar ana amy on onesiap. Apply to decai LINDSLKY & CROCKETT. Exnulsioii. A T a stated meeting of Cumberland Lodgo No. held In Hsshvlllo the SOth of October. 18i5. . w. BBLL, a Master Mason, was expelled from! the rlzhta and nrivUens of Maaonrv. for cross u mansonle conduct. - MoD. A. NOLKN, decSl d3t. Secretary. Fresh Arrivals, OF GROCERIES AND LIQUORS 1 r( HHDS. prime Sugar; XOU 300 Loaf and Crushed and Powdered Sugar ; 330 boxes HaTtzta Sugar ; 500 bags choice Baltimore Coffee ; 103 do Laguyra Coffee ; SO do Java Coffee ; 300 boxes, halves and qaarters Star Candles; -e 300 do Virginia Tobaeco; finest brands; , 200 dozen Oysters : -. ISO packages Mackerel ; 300,000 Cigars, all grades ; 1000 bags Shot, assorted ; SO00 lbs bar Lead ; 300,000 Q. D. Caps ; S23 colls Cotton Rope; 30 bales Spanish Moss ; . MnesUTubs, - 3 casks Selgnett Brandy ; S3 casks Indian City Sweet Wine: " 10 barrels Old Fort Wine ; apipeaUoUandOin; - . 100 bbls choice new Molasses ; 1000 sacks line Salt; 200 boxes Cheese ; . 150 casks best English Boda: ' 300 boxes bar Soap; 60 hags Ginger; 100 dozen painted Buckets; .t, 3 casks Madder ; 38 bags Allspice ; 100 bags Pepper; IbO.boxes Quart and MO boxes Pint Flasks ; 300 Demijohns, assorted ; , 10 eeroons best Indigo; i 5 casks Sulphur ; 0 barrels Crackers ; 50 casks London Porter ; 200 nests Market Baskets ; 500 barrels Whisky, all grades ; 200 do Brandy, Gin, and Hum ; 200 do fine Whisky : together with a general va riety of Groceries, just receiving and will be sold low to tho trade by decI3J a. LANIER, PHILLIPS & CO. FIRE CRACKERS. ONE hundred boxes of tbe abovelust received and for sale by " J. G. ROBERTSON declZ-U Broadway. -- r BOXKU PINEAPPLES. J 1 bhda Cocoa nuts, 5m bbls Oranges, 16 do Pecans, 10 do . Soft Shell Almonds, j ; 10 .Barrels Cider, 2 Barrels Currants, S Boxes Cetrans, 10 do Lemons, 1U0 do Figgs, 100 do M. R. and L. Raisins assorted, A large lot of Fire Works assorted. A variety of Cbriitmas Fixlnxs and Toys of all sorts. Just received and for sale bj J. G. ROBERTSON, aecrj-ii 'iiroauway. A GREAT BARGAIN FOR CASH. WE offer for sale two Tracts of Land, adjacent to each otlier,eontalning 5051) acres on the main Caney Fork, twelve miles East oftiDarta. White County. Improvement on each Tract, SO acres In cultivation, orchards, &c On tbe Land mate is the Enesi constant water-power, caraoie oi operating any amount of machinery without expense ot Dams or danger from 11 oods, being from a large stream break ing out from theMountata side, 30O feet above the level of the valley, It can be raised to any point wanted. The Land Is finely tlmbered,-well adapted to Stock raisin?, cultivation of the Crane. Orchards, die. Also, gooa ror ivneai ana i.orn. A great bargain will be given. For farther particulars call on us. ueciii uj J.L.&K.W.BKOWN. FOBIYL1EELY NEGROES FOIlKALe. f WILL posllirely sell at public outcry, at my residence in -: Greene count y, Ky., on the 5th Da or Jinc.av, 1957, 35 or 40 likely young negroes, consisting of men, women and children ; tenor twelve of them girls from 1Q to SO years old, and a good plantation Blacksmith. Also, a very line three year old Jack, five feet blch. No postponement of salo. 'fdecll 3w WM. BARSKTT. HOWARD FEMALE INSTITUTE, GALLATIN. SUMNER COUNTY, TENN. JOSEP1" S. FOWLEII, President. oitoia tbk cunoi or howsxd lodoi, mo- 13, lKnipirisT oaDsa or odd vkllowb. THIS Institution Is now in successful ope ration, and no efforts have been spared to place It in the front rank of obr Female Schools. The laree Increase In the numberl of Pupils at tbe opening of the session af-' fords substantial ground to believe thetlt Is oesunea to lace a position not lnienor, in any respect, to the most popular Institutes for rem lie education in tne onm. The Academic year commenced on the first of Sentember last, but nuoils are received at unv time. Bosanxna. a Beaming tieuse is counected with tne insti tution. Boarding can also be procured In the best of families of tbe place. For further Information apply to the President, or the foilorriD Board of Visitors : T TDrtlDfU Via likimuui), W. S. MONDAY, B. F. ALLEN, S.S. BUSH, W. MOORE, T. BOYERa. decM-atir. FRKSII OYSTERS. FBBSH Oysters, packed In Ice, just received, and for sale at 75 cents and $1 50 per half. can ana can. auasis sc. KVEK, decll tf Deaderick street. MAGNIFICENT FARM FOR SALE. WE are now offering for sale, on most liberal terms, one of the most superior Farms In the Southern Stales, con tainlngCOO acres, abont 200 finely timbered, being part oftlio Tract on which Gen. Lucius J. Folk resides In Maury county, frontingon the Turnpike Road leading from Columbia to Mount Pleasant, and 7 or 8 miles from the former place. We will sell a part or the whole aa purchasers desire. Ono divis ion of about 3C0 acres, .having one of the finest Springs in the County, and never falling Stock water on both. We have compared the Lands In Middle Tennessee with thoso of 30 other States, and have no hesitation In saying, that tbe above Tract and the Lands in the immediate vicinity aro the most beantiful we have ever seen. The soil, forest growth, neighbothood, die, are unsurpasied. Those wishing a prem ium Farm tbat will continue to enhance rapididly lc value, and possessing soil that will never wear out or vrashaway, should by all means examine the abeve Farm before pur chasing. Call on Gen. Polk on the premises, or to J.L.& R.W. BROWN, declO Imdtrw&w 44V Cherry street. MORRIS & STRATTON, WHOLESALE GROCERS, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 12 Market Street, Nashville. HAVING made arrangements by which we will be receiv ing large and fresh supplies of Grocery every few days, we will hereafter have regular sales every Wxdhxsoax morning. declOj n&o MORRIS & bTKATTO.N. ALSX. MiCIEKIII. Gxoaox Beckwitk. Mackenzie &Beckwitl&, COLLECTING AGENTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE GRAI'EN BERG COMPANY OF NEW YORK, FOR TENNESSEE, ALABAMA AND GEORGIA Nashville, Tcnn. BY arrangements made with tha Griefenberg Company we undertake to visit eeml annially their sub-Agents, lending in every county, town and city in the three states. In doingtbls, which will be persona' ly superintended by Mr Beckwith, we offer our services as Collectors for Business men, Newspapers, &c, &c, and promise to give close at tention to the Interest of those who employ us. Wo are per mitted to give the following references : J. S. dc W. P. Llbby, 12 Park Row, New York ; Locke, Ketch am & Co., Water Street, New York; Roland Parry, Esq., Custom House, Philadelphia; Payne, Blssel & Co., Pittsburg; Livingston, Copeland b. Co., Pittsburg; Cunningham & Co., Pittsburg Glass Factory; G. M. Fogg, Esq., Attorney at Law, Nashville; H. H.Mcfcwendc Wilkin " " Messrs. Allison, Anderson & Co., " Messrs. Ewln Brothers, Nashville. decg tf. COAL. W. M. FOX has a small quanity of superior C'OMBianxD Coat, for sale at tbe Citizen's Coal Office, Cellogs street, opposite Noel's Stable. fdecl3 3t. J. P. WAGNER, jL,iTiioGnriiEn, nasiiville, tess. Corsir or Chxkkt and Cxoir struts, MAKES Cards. Hand Bills, Show Card", Libels, Circulars, Bill Heads, Prices Current, Bills of Lading, Diplomas, Maps, Plans, Portraits, Views of Towns, and Lanusecpes. He also executes Drawlngsand Paintings of every kind, with, unusnal despatch and at exceeding low rates. dee7 dlmo. 100 Negroes Wanted. rpHB undersigned will pay the cash for ono hundred likely L young Negroes delivered to them at their Sale House at No. 18 Cedar street, Nashville, Tenn. They will board Ne groes and sell for other persons on commission, and will keep a large number on hand for sale atall times, and will be re sponsible for Negroes left in their charge, and w ill havo reg ular Auction Sales of Negroes every Satcrdit Morniho at 10 o'clock. Call and see. novlB ly JAMBS & HARRISON. At Eastern Cost I READY-MADE CLOTHING, DRY-GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS, JEWELRY", L'o, &c THE undersigned Is detemlned, to close out Us present business, and to that 6DlJ offers his entire stock of the above articles, all pf good quality, at Eistirx Cost. There Is no sham In this. Come and see foryourselves. His stores are S.o.18, corner of Market and Broad streets, and No. 2t, sorner of Broad nd the Alley. .... decs Ira B. FBANKLIi. SATURDAY SMALL SCHEiME ! laiOOONCinnKKS-CAPITAL 85000-Prizen . 1 - I'syable HTJtkout Deduction. (By Authority or the State or Georgia. CLASSY. 1 CLA&S 5. DxciMBut- Sura. Dtcxasxa S7tx. To beUrawn at Concaar Hsu., Macon, Ga-, under the aworn Superintendence of Cel. Ceo. M. Logan and W. I'. 'Andersen, Esq., . fcVjsKY SATURDAY IN DECEMBER, 1S56. SCHEME : 1 prize of. , ,5 3,003 .... 1,300 .... 1,000 .... 10 .... 1,300 .... 5,000 .... S.OOil .... H.KJO $500 are.. 100 are.. 10 are.. 1G are.. 1,157 a- it JIM Whole Tickets Si Halves 2 Quarters 1. EXPLANATION PACKAGES Or I'lCKKTS. Tho 14O0 Prizes af $16 are determined by the last figure of the Number that draws the Capital Prtie of J 5000 The Capital Prixe will, of course, end with ona otthe figures 1, 2,3,4,3,6.7,8, 9,0. Those Whole Tickets ending with ths same fljure as.the last Iu the capital will be entitled to J1S. Halves and Quartrrs in proportion. Certificates or Packages, in this Scheme, of Ten Tickets, where the Numbers end in 1,2, 3,4, 3, 6,7,8,9, 0, ere sold at the following rates : 10 -Whole Tickets, n24;10 Hair, SIS; 10 Quarter, to It will be perceived by thlH plan that for $24 the purchaser lias a certificate or 10 Tickets, when, If he cujs Tlcketi, bo would get ror that sum 6 Whole Tickets Halves and Quar ters lo proportion. Thus by buying certificates he gets four more chances for larger Priies, IO Persons sending money by mall seed not fear Its be ing lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communications confidential. Checks on New York remitted for Prises. Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. ILr" Those wishing particular numbers should order lm mediatelv. IE? Orders for Tickets addressed to O. H. WINTER, Box 351i, Nashville, will be Immediately attended to. . JAMES V. WINTER. decl7 If Managoi, Macon, Ga. SOUTHERN LOTTERY ! On the Havana Plan. FRIZES GUARANTIED. $102,000! Only 15,000 Numbers I PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION I JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOUERY : st ACTnottiTT or ran ststc or gxobqia. f r T . nr. ... " To be drawn on . TOK3DAI, JAKUAhV 15TU, 1S56, At Concert Uall, Macon, Ga,, nnder the Sworn Super intendenee of CoL Geo, Logan and W". C. Anderson, Esq. .I3r57 Remember this Lottery has onlv Fifteen Thousand Numbers less than any Lottery in the World I therefore it Is the best for investment Examine the Scheme : SCHEME. 1 Prixe of. , Is- i :-. ...f 15,000 ... 6,000 ... 2,000 ... 4,000 ... 2.5C0 ... 8,0.0 ...60,000 .... 12,500 2,500 1,000 i 5 " 80 " 100 . l.COOare.... COO are... 100 are.... 40 are.. . - arrsoxiiUTiux paizss. 20 Approximations of $100' arc 00. 5 CO are SO .' ' 20 are 1,712. Prizes, amounting: to $102,060 Certificates of packages of Ten Tickets, where the nu ni tres end in 1,2.3,4,5,0,7,8, 9,0, are sold at the following rates: 10 IV bole Tickets, $CO 10 Half Tickets 930 0010 Quarter Tickets, S15 00. It will be"pefce.lved, bj this plan, thst for 360 the purcbsser has'a certificate otlen ticketi. when. If he buva tickets, ha -would only get for that sura six wholves. Thus, by buying ceruncatee no nas lour more chances ror larger prizes "Halves and Quarter packages In proportion. r3f Tickets i 10; Halves. f5; Quarters, 2 60. t The 1,500 Prizes or (40, are determined br the last fig ure as the number which draws tho Capita.' Prize of 115, 000,, Tha capital Prize wilt, of course, end with one of the Dgnres 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, SS 0. Thoes Whole Tickets ending with the same figure as tha lait in the Capilal will be entitled to $40. Halves and Quarters in propor tion. tSTPersons sending money by mail need not fi its being lost. Orders punctually attended to. CommnnicsJ tions confidential. Bank Notes of sound Banks taken ai par. f3f Those wishing particular numbers should order immediately. Orders for Tickets addrssSd to G. H. WINTER, Bex No. 852, Nashville, Tenn- will be promptly attended to JAMES F. WINTER, declS Manager, Macon, Ga. 1'rofessor Wood's Hair Restorative. roa rnoDVcixo nxia ok BALD HEADS, AND RZ3T0MXQ GRAY 1TAIP. TO THE NATURAL COLOR. This astonishing and unequalled preparation bss never failed to produce a growth on Bald Beads when used according to tbe directions and turn hair back to its origi nal color after havingiecome gray and reinstate it in all its original health, lustre, softness and beauty. Removes at onre all Bcurf, dandruff and unpleasant itching, scrofula, eruptions and feverish boat from tbe scalp. It also pre ents the hair from becoming unhealthy and falling -off and hence acts as a perfect UAIR INVIGOKATOR AND TONIC. We annex a few certificates, to corroborate our asaer tiocs. ' State of Illinois, Carlisle, Jane 28, '53. 1 have used professor O. J. Wood's Hair Restorative, and have admired its wonderful effect. My hair was be coming as I thought prematurely gray, bnt by the use of the "Restorative," it has resumed its original color, and I have no doubt, permanently bo. SIDNEY BREEZE. Ex Senator United States. A gentleman of Boston writes to his friends in New Be ford thus: To your inquiries, I mrald reply that when 1 first com menced using Protessor Wood's llairBes'orativemy hair was almost white end had been so tor the last ten years and it was" very thin on ths top of my head, and very locre. and puiledout freelt; but I toand that before 1 bad rued all tbe second bottle, (which was eight weeks) my hair was entirely changed to its original color (lig-t brown, and is non free from daadruff and quiet moist. 1 have had my hair cut live or six time, since, the change, and have neve- teen anything like white hair starting from the roots and it is now as thick as it ever was, and does not co o.e out at all. It has proved in my case all that I could wish to ask. Toars, etc July 1, 1655. Gardiner, Maine, June 22, '54. Dear Sin I ha-e used two bottles of Piofessor Wood's llair Restorative, "and can tiuiy say, it is the greatest dis covery ot the age for restoring and changing the hair. Be fore neing it, I as as gray as a man of seventy, ily hair ha! now attained its original color. You can recommend it to the world with the least tear, as my cae was one cf the worst kind. Yours D.N. MURPHY St. Louis, March 7, 1354, Prof Wood: My tuir commenced falling off some three or lour years since aad continued to do so until I, became quite bald. 1 tried all tbe popular medicines of ths c.iy but to uo effect. At list 1 wjs induced to try your cele brated llair Restorative, and am happy to say it is doing wonders. 1 have now a fine growth of voung hair, and cheerfully recommend its usu to all similarly afflicted. A. C. WILLIAMS, 1S3 Second street Rdisin Michigan, August 2. 1S55. This is to certify, that one year ago 1 was quite gray, and my hair sothinupon the top of my bead that 1 feared iu entire loss lo this condition I applied for and obtained a bottle ot Prof. Wood's "Restorative ahd before I had ussd one quart bottle, the gray hairs bad entirely disap peared ana it bad thickened up so as to be as full as usual, and assumed a glossy appearance apparently mere beauti ful than ever it was before. 1 do therefore cheerfully recom mend it to all those ladies who value a beautiful head of hair. I will also state that I use it low, occasionally, for its heal thy and beautifying effects. 3 3 SARAH J.BROWN. Chicago, May 1, 1851. I have used Professor Wood's Restorative tc decided advantage. It prevents the hair from coming ont, and gives ita gloss and softness very desirable. Tbe tew gray hairs I had, have entirely disappeared. Others otmy family have used itand concur with main pronouncing it all it professes to be. 11 ENRY CLARK, Michigan Avenue. St. Louis, Sept. 20 1E53. Dr. O.J.Wood Sir: I have used nearly three bottles of jour Hair Restorative, and have found ita effecU very satifactory. It has entirely destroyed all dandrutTfrom my head, and restored my hair to its original color which had become quite gray. WM. TRUESDALE. 13 Sold at 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo., 816 Broad way, New York, and by all Druggists, everywhere. All kinds of family patsnt medicines for Bale on tbe best pos sible terms, at Prof. Wood's establishment, 114 Market street, St. Louis. nov9 8m. JOY TOTIIK WORLD! THK ONLY INFALLIBLE KKMEDY Hurley's Sarsararilla. o F all tbe remedies that have been discovered during the ni.nt siro for the "thousand ills that flesh ishelr to," nnitn annul thia wonderful nrenaration. Onlv three years havo nlnnied since the discoverer! who spent a decade In tudvlng, experiraentallxingand perfecting It) first Introduc ed it to lhe public, and it is already reccgulzed by the most eminent physicians inallpirta of the country lo bo Hie mod surprising andefiective remedy fur certain iliseurs of which they have knowledge. All other compounds or syrups of the root have hitherto failed to command the sanction of the faculty, because, on boing tested, they have been found to contain noxious ingre. dients, which neutralise tho good eflects of thesarsaparllla, and oftentimes Injure the bealtli of the patient. Uls notso with Hurley's preparation. This Is the pure and genuine extract of the root; and wilI,on trial, be found to effect a certain and perfect care of the fol lowlngcomplainls and diseases : Affection oftheUone, Habitual Costiveness, Debility, Indigestion. Diseases of the Kidneys, Liver complaint, Dyspepsia Piles, Kryelpolas,. Pulmonary Diseases, Female Irregularities, Scrofula, or King's Kvll, Fistula, Syphilis, And all plseasesorthe Skin. Besides curing the above, It Is also known to be a grokt and powerful tonic, purifying the bioodand Invlgorailng-the yitsm. In short, It is without exception, in tbo eases mentioned and Its general effect on the system, the must efficacious, as It Is most desirable, remedy of tbo ago. It is already eiten. slvoly used throughout tbe country, and is fastohtalnlng an Huropern reputation. Tbe Instances of cures it hasehscted are dally coming to tbe proprietor's knowledge, and he has nohositalion in recommending it toone and all who desire to procure relief from annerlng. One bottle being tried, Its ef fects will be too apparent to admit of further dqnbt. Recollect Hurley's Sarsaparilla is the only genuine article In the market. rrj Price one dollar per holtle,orslx for flvs dollars. For sale at, the maccfaitory, comer of Seventh and Green streets, Louisville, Ky. Also, wholesale and retail by II. O. ECOVIL, andty doalers in Medicine throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. Jan23 d&wly BERRY h DEMUVILK, Wholesale A rents Nsbvill LA.NI WAKHANTS I, LAND WAUHATiT J VITB will pay the highest market price, in cssn or JUer YV -cbandiso,fer Land "Warrants. BRASSFOBD, McWHIRTER & CO., .No. 71 East side Public Souare, oct37 lrw.,j ' rtashvllle.Tenn. jo; ED w abbs; WHOLESALE GROCER, C03BMISSIONAND . 'J0BWAS3IJIO H'S2 CHANT , BRANDIEWlNES.CIGARiC. Corner of Springiand C.oi'lepe-Street, Xisaviij.1, TasxewK. GROCERIES. BAGS prime Rio dSee ; 100 Lagnyis .' uo; SO ' Java - do: 200 500 boxes Virginia, Missouri and Ky. Tobacco; suoofrepper; 20 do Ginger; U0 do Spice; 25 bags S S Almonds: 200 whole, half and quarter boxes Star Candles; ouu aega cauo, craaa aua opisa aaeoiwu; 200 boxes Glassware assorted;. -25 coils Manilla Rope ; . , 200 bbls Rectified Whisky; 50 " Old Bourben . , - do; 50 ' " Uononghahala . t do; i ; 60 ' " Ry do; ' to "Amencan Bracdv; . ' N E. Bum. . Sl5 " Gla; c 25 " Walter's XSAlj -, 2S " Ray Box's do; SO cun Matches ; Also s largo Stock of fine Cigars, Brandies. Wines. Ao Just received and for sale bx J Or ED WARDS, dec. 11, r. a bueoi. O. C. AIXIX, BTJEGE & ALLEN, (Successors to, T. G JOurge Jo Cbn) Wholesale G rotors, Forwarding aad Commission .HEIICIIAHT3, And Dtdlers in Brandies, Cigars, -Tobacco, &c CORNER OF COLLEGE AND SPRING STREETS, - - Nashville. Tennv- - - WE are just in receipt of lire following Groceries 200 hhds prime to choice Sugar; .' 150 barrels reboiled Molasses;" 100 K do do - , 200 Loaf, Crushed, and rowiIered'Sugar; 00 bags Rio Coffee; ' 25 baga Old Gov. Java CoS& 50 bags Laguyra ' da ' 75 barrels Mackerel, Nos. 2 and S; 60 K barrels dt do do 75 boxta Scotch' lle'rrinj; S Tierces Figs; 100 boxes Raisins, assorted ; 150' Painted Buckets; 25 Nest&Tabs;. . . A 150 toxTobaaoirisSorlsd'b'randsjjji. .- r 200,000 assorted brands of Oigoiv.V " 500 kegs of Nails; '. . tr , " 800 Demijohns; ti 500 gro. Matches; J" 25 Gags SS Almonds; " " 25 bags Pepper; j 20 bags Spice; - ..... r 8 casks Dutch Madder; ' 5 Ceroonsbestlndigo;; . t7j " 25 boxes fine Starch;. " ... 6i do barStaap; 100 -do Star Candies 50 100 do Tallow Candles; do Cheese assorted kinds; LlliUUItS. 600 barrels Pike.and Wiltshire Whisky; 50 barrels Robertson county do 100 barrels Rye, Bourbon and Smith Reserve Whisky. With .a general Stock of Brandies, Wines, (Jin. Ac., to gether with a supply of Longworth's Native Catawba Brandy and Sparkling Wine, marll. 56. BURQB & ALLEN. EXT11A FAMILY FLOUJt. WE are in receipt of an extra brand, of family Flour, which we are selling low. septlS BUKGU & ALLEN. CEDAR BUCKETS. 100 doxen Oedar iJacxeta, manufactured at Murfreesboro, for sale by septlS BURGK k ALLEN. l'UN CO'lTOrt. We have a large lot of Span Cotton, of the best make, for sale. septl8 injROE A, ALLEN FINE CIIEWIJUJ TOI1ACCO. " 100 BOXES of Langhnrne Annsteid a celeo ra ted Chewing Tooacco for sale by ns. BURGE 4 ALLKN. septlS C. E. HARDY & CO., NO. 50 BROAD STREET, NASHVILLE, TEJJSKS3KE, Grocers, Commissioa and Forwarding Agents, AND DEALERS IN BACON. LA.RD, SLOUR, FRUIT, FEA.THER3, AND PRODUCE GENERALLY. dec tf B. m. SEilGO. (succxssoa to scsoo & UiWaiscr.) WILL continue the PRODUCE COMMIKSION BUSI NESS, at bis new commodious Fire Proar Building, front o(tbe Atlanta Hotel, and next door to the Fulton House, Atlanta. GeorgU. . TTj The usual fscllltlss offer Oo. Shi pp rs-0 rders ro speetfunysollclted. lP0t2U-6m. COFAKTNEKSIIII NOTICE. ME. L. A. LANIER and GKOKOE J1IZELL, having bo come associated with the undersigned In the W holetale Grocery and Liquor business, tbe style of the Una will re main as heretofore. dc5 D. LA.NIEK & CO. ozoaox mizxu.. i.. a. usita. B. LAXIS-R & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND DEALER FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS, No. 5 .Market street. decS tf NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. LAND FOK SALU. BT virtue of the will of John Turner, dee'd, I will offer for sale to the highest, bidder, before the Court House door of Winchester, the first Moxosror Jasdsst next, the Tract of Land known as tho HoacsTisD. thai said John Turner died seized and pojsened of, consisting oM19 acres, Kood Brick Dwellisp.with all necessary out houses, the best of water plenty of Timber, and good Orchards, lyUg near tbe town of Winchester. Terms One and two years, purchasers giving bond with good securlty,and a lien retained on the larnl until Iho last pay mentis made. K. J.THRNoK, decll td. ' Bx'rofJnnn Turner, dee'd CIIEJL.Ni;. 123 boxes Western Ueserve and English Dairy Cheese, for sale low bv decll WESSEL & THOMPSON. rItIE BEEF.-Tso cases Dried Bear, and a few JL choice Hams and Tongues, tn store and forsale by decll ' WESSEL & THOMPSON. AISINS. 150 packages Bal-lns, Boxes,' Halrea and Quarters, received and for salo by decll WESSEL & THOMPSON. jvr ACCAItO.M. M boxes fresh Hseearonl. a prime article, for sale by WESSEL- ot THOMPSON. OTSTFIIS. ISO dozen Wood's eolebraled O-.st'rs for salo by WE iSKL fle THOMPSON. IGABS.SC'0,000 Cigars, well assorted, and soW to deal. era at low prices. WEa.SEL dc AlIOMPiiON. A I.E. 30 barrels, fresh Ale received by tX. a,. it WESSEL WESSEL t THOMPSON. ST V,W A KT it, O V hli , HAVEi ust received SUQ Cookiso. ahd UCATI50 Stoves. Together with a large supply of Mantle and Jamb Grates, etc., to which they invite lira attention of their customers, decll daw. tTcWAKT & OWES. TUKNPlKE STOCK WArsTfrD I HAVE some valuable Keal Estate which I will sell on the most liberal terms, one-half paitfiia In Mock In the Lebanon, Nolenavllle, or CbarloUa Pikes, which I will take at a very liberal valuation. Apply to decll -10J J2JlV.KO WN, K Cbsrry st. Useful Articles ! JUST received Paraorest's Patent Cas Heater and Extra Mszlo Miniature Oai Cook Stove. No kindling fires t No smoke! NoSmelll No llustl 3o Danger Price with Cooking utensils St', decll 1 MACKENZIE & WILSON. PATENT KNIFE SIIAKJPIlNKIt AND CLKAKSKIL A very Ingenious little article by whlcrt all the Knives and Forks or a large family can be polished and sharpened In a tewmlnnlea. decll MACKKNZI B-fc WllSOS Wjlson's PATiinxsAfju aniTSki;j: MATCH STAND. A very excellent ruatrlvante, which ata glance will satisfy any one that all wh , use matches by having these Patent Hares will corahino.'salety and couveni. ence. Only 23. , .. CHAMBKK SETTS A (rrelt vafletf "of all patterns. FIKE IKOSS. A larga a-Hjrlinent of -various styles, ie. lected lrom best Stocks in Kew Yo.fc and Philadelphia. WAlTERS;OVAL,QtrAirt! Allnatterns.lnimthechesp est ep to the most eiogacl. MACKENZIE OcWtLSON. decll ' Nashville. C"Al!SAJK CII'JTTKIt.-Wo havo four sties of O tfACSA'K Ccttiss by wtycii oue hand can prepare ns much Sausage Meat la ouoU.ar as couM Ixs done in a day on the i l l sjsteni. Sausage limners two sizes, decll MACKENZIE A WILSON. BLOCK TIN ASD HltlT.UU WAEL' We have a full supply of Block Tin Sup Tnreens, Coffee Urns, Covered Dishes of all sizes CotreeandTea Pots.l'of feo Grecqul'and Bijrgins, Erutania Snar und Cr.sm Jugs, M lases Joss, Punch Pitchers, CIsar l.'shu rs, 4'. decll MACKKSZIK A WILSON. Il!S.lLUlIO THE partnersMp herctofor.i exl.'Injc between tbe under. signed, under the tlyle of J. II. St C. Kobertson, was this day dissolved, by mutual consent. Tbe business will be continued at the ol I stand on Broad way by J. G. Robertson, who is authorised tosellle all busi ness connected with tbe late Crm. Nasbviu.1, Nov. 1, ISM. J. Q. ROBERTSON, nov tf CHASr HOBEKrsON. IN retiring from bnslnes), I return my sincere thankafor tbo very liberal patronage received from the public by tbe Istn Arm. end take 'real Dleejtuo U recommending a con tinuance of the tame to my late partner, Jas. C. Kobertson, who will continue the business at mo oiu stana oa uroau way. CHARLES KOBERTSON NOTICE. A LI. persons Indebted to tho late firm of J. Q. dc C.Rob' ertson are reaueited to coma lorward and mik Imme diate settlement, and those having claims against the con ceru will present them for payment, novt J. Q. ROBERTSON. OWEKT ORANGES 1 Three casks of the above J nit r- t-J celved by Express, at J. u. KOueitiBur,, nou4 Broadway. SWEET HAVANA OHANGES. Q A BBLS. Sweet Havana Oranges ; OU 5 bbls. Pecans ; ISO boxes Fire Crackers; 5 grosses Sky KotkeU. assorted; 3 " Roman Candles, " 50 Spin WbeeU, " ao Blue Ughts, " 1000 " Torpedoes, " 30 boxes W. K. Cheese ; 10 " Lemons: 100 doxsa cans of Fresh Oysters ; iou boxes Sardines, .Sg'ifto,, dot2j Coalectlonary and'Bakery, Broadway. WAGON ANI HORSE TEAJI FOH SALE ANEW WAGON, good harness, and well trained Horses ,tor sala on ecod terms, aa time it required by tha purchase?. For particulars call on B. Pm. of Edge field, ' tao-tf .m w bbu3a ata v ai . x user aih. s CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Cnre of COUGHS, COLDS, COARSENESS 2R0NCBITIS, WnOOPING-CtUfiff. CROUP, ASTD3M, M CONSUMPTION. Cathartic Pills. OPERATIVE by their powerful Influence on tfc Interns! Viscera to purify the blood and stimulate It lnin healthy action. Thsv remote the obstructions of the stomach, bow- 1-eU.liver.and other .organs of the body,. andUby restoring meir irregular action i neaitn, correct, wherever tney exist, such derangemeouaaarelhe bsl cause of disease. An x tenslr trial of their virtues, by Professors, and Pollen's, baa shown enrea of dangerous dis 'ases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons of lueK exalted. posi tion and character as to forbid the suspicion oi untruth. Their certlHrates ara published la my American Almanac, which the Agents be ow naaed art pleased to tarnish U all Inquiring. Annexed we give Directions for their use la the eompUMS whleh the haw been found to ears. Fox CosTixxxzis. Take one or two Pills, or such quan tity as to gently move the bowels. Costiveness la frequent, ly the aggravating cause of Plies, and lb curs of one com plaint Is the cure of both No person can feel well wails) under a costive habit of body. Heaca It should bo, as It can. be. promptly relieved. Foa DmirtXA, which Is sometimes the causa oC Coetlve ness, and always uncomfortable, take mild doses to stimu late the atomarh and liver Into a healthy action: They will do It, and the heartburn, bodyburn, and soulburn of dyspep sia will rapidly disappear. When it aaa gone, don't forget what cured you. For a Foul Stomach, or Morbid Inaction of "the Bowels, wblch-produees irenenl depression of the rptrttr ar.d bad health, take from ton r to el, at Ptila at first, and,' scalier doses afterwards, until activity and strength la restored to tha system. Foa NzxvoctsEss, Pick Headache, Xausea, Pata.Jn tho Stomach, ticfc,o Side, take from rwrr to eight Pills on going to bed. If they do not operate scctclently, lake more ths next day nnltl they do. Dontwe.tr theso and their kindred disorders because your stomach U foul. Fen ScaorcLA, Erysipelas, ana all diseases of ths Skin, lake tbe Pills freely and frequently, to keep tbe bowelaopeo. 1 he eruptions will generally soou begin to diminish and dis appear. Many dreadful Ulcers add Sores bare beua healed uu by lhe purzlns and purilyln? effect of these Pills, aad some dl'Eustlnx diseases wbicb seems to saturate tbe whole aysiem have completely yleldsd to their ln&ueoce, leaving inp.nnererin perie;i neaun. t-auentst your amy to society ferbidsthat you should parade yourself around the world covered with nlmnles. blotches, ulcers. sores, and all oranr of tbo unclean diseases of the akin, became your system wanu cleansing. To Pen ft thc Bxooo, they are the best medicine ever discovered. They should be taken freely and frequently, and the Impurities whlcb sow the seeds of incurablo disease win oe swept out or tne system like chair Ixloro. tn wind. Ky this property they do as ranch imod in me Ten t la i sick ness asby the remarkablo cures which thev ara roaklnr every where. Livxa CoxrLAixr. Jaundice, and all Billions Affection' arise from soma derangement either torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the Liver. Torpidity and congestion vttl ale the bile asd render it unfit for digestion. This U disas trous to tbe health , and the constitution Is frequently under mined by no other cause. Indigestion is the symptom. Ob struction of the duct which empties the bile Into the stomach causes the bile to overflow Into the blood. This produce Jaundice, with a long and dangrroua train of evils. Costive nes, or alternately costiveness and diarrhoea, prevails. -Feverish symptoms, langor, l w spirits, weariness, restless ness, and melincholy with sometimes Inability tu.ieep, and sometimes treat drowsiness: sometimes there Is a savers pain in tha side ; the skin and the while of lhe eyes becomo greenish yellow; tbe stomach acid ; tha bowels sore to tha touch ; the whole system lrntabia with a teadaucy to fever which mar turn to bilious fever.billiousdtaiihai.dvsentnr- lie. A medium dose of three or fur Pills taken at night followed by two or three In the mornlag,ani repeated a fow days, will remove the cause of all these troubles. It Is wicked tosuffer such pains when you can cure them forSS ris. BnicwATisx. Gnut. and all Innammatnrv Fevers are rasid- ly cured bvthe ourlfllne effects of these Pills nrion the blood. and the stimulus which they afford to the vital principle of Life. For these and all kindred complaints they should bo taken in mild doses to move the bowels gently, but freely As a Dusix Pitx, this is both agreeable and useful. No Pill can be made mure pleasant to take, and cectalnlr none has been made more effectual lo the purpose for which a Dinner Pill Is employed. Prepared by JJ1C. J. J. A VlSIt, Practical asd Akalyticii. Cbmist, Lowsll, AUsa. 137 And S1M Wholesale bvBerrr A DemoviUe. Retail by Jo. O, Brown, Nashville, and all Druggists, in the city and all l)t Ie1 d'eino everywhere. dtrw ON 31AiHOOD, iVND ITS PUEJ1ATUKE DECLINE. Jasl I'ublishod, Gratis, the 20th Thoasaad ; mi A FEW WORDS ON THE RATIONAL TKK ATM EST, without Medicine, of Sperma torrbs of Local U eakness, Nocturnal KmU iiobs. Cenltal and .Nervous Debilitv. Iiaro- tency, and Impedimenta ( Mar life o-sJly. x i Li- ua u.A.t r. i , .u . ai, a The Important fact Ibai the many alarmlcr eomnlalnts. orlglnstlrg la mis lmpruuence na soiuuae oi youin, may be easily remosed wiilioCT Maoiciss,is In this small tract, clearly demonstrated ; and te entirely new and highly suc cessful treatment, ss adopted by tho -Author, fully explained, by means of which ererj one Is enabled tacnrautJssxLe per foctlv and at the least possible cost: ihereby avoidin; all the advertised nostrums of the day. Sent to any address, gratis and post free In a sealed enve lope, by remitting (post paid) two postage stamps to Da. B. liu lanky 17, Lispecara street, new xorcuity. 0Ct2fl Cmd.Vw S5oO Kew.ird. T PURCHASED a nerro man bv the name of Hzsrar 1 i. some lime In September list, of Mr. John Thomnson I oztBisneijeuDornoou,carneu mm so sensaw rsmiB. Lm.. and sold him to Mr. Harris of that Parish. Slnea " which the boy Henry bas made his escape WatappotAhe will either try to make bis way back to this Conniy or to some iree State He Is about 40 yer sold, rather black com plexion . abous S feet 8 inch's his b very IntelliEeot welsha about ICS lbs, has rather an Impedlmen In his speech when a niueexeiiea,is uuica sou miusc, nss sn.u nsi.as snu reel, wears No. 8 Shoes- I understand, since ha ran off, that ha roads verv well. He Is a eood Blark Smith. Wa will civa tbe appove reward for his apprehension aad safe confine ment ua 111 w a get aim. aaarrss j. v UAoiia, jasnvuie, lenn. nov23 tr. P. II MILLEB, Wierproot,La oar Lonlsville Journal copy to the amount of S3 aad send account to this office. $5 Reward. HA 5 A WAY from the subscriber, residing In Oolnnt e bla. Maurv Coanty.Tena . on iheSOh NovemMr. a Yellow Hoy named DICK. Said Boy la about xSSt vearaorage, weignsirom i.u u i ins., is about nre-jti. fret elehl inches huh. of brleht mulatto color, amok, snoken. and tit rather Indolent appearance. Hals supposed to have a free pasa. Wis lastheard ot In Nashville, and Is thought to ba lurking In that vicinliy now, I will give the above re warn rornis apprunensionauo eondnement in Jail so mat i can secure htm. t' JOUN BROWN. " scelsior" ! I AT the great trial or Agricultural Implements in Nash ville on the 4th, 5th and 6th of June, 1S56, THE "LXCELSIOK COIIN t!OB MILL'' WAS A. WAR D- El) THE HIOHEaT PBKMIDM, as will appear from the following extract from the report of tho committee. They ssy "Of Com and Cob Crushers there were 8 entries, but in consequence of some accidental braakagcoaly twe made triala 1. Fxcaisior.by J. C. Baldwin (Lcavitt's Patent.) 2. Joyce's btar Mill, by B. S. Welter. Little Giant, by O. H. Anderson. Hoth these Crashers are constructed oa similar mechani cal principles, and cse about ths same poweri bnt tho judges gave the promiuia to Baldwin's Mill It seemed to have more capacity in s gives time, but its chief superiori ty LiDsuta in iu h.vin j moveable rings, which eonatitntc the jcnadiD sunace, and of conrss the wearing sorfaca Tfie.u gnndmg surtaoss are cast iron, nna can OS re newed reviily and at little cost. This gvies mora dura bility fvr less money." fn tabors Mill, for Cmshinr; Corn and Cobs, or grind inp meal for .anily use, is furnished all complete, vnih two pair of grind ng rings, tsAtcA vtatt. tt tjual to tm intln, at tbo low price of $50,1"'. Address JAMES C. BALDWIN" CO, je27-Buitwlw 87 CoHege street. Nashville. Tenn. . TO FAICUMts; 1 rn CINCINNATI Steel Ploughs, So.. 1,2, 3, 4 and J. X Oy) Theso are tbe best Ploughs wld In this market. declS MtCHKA & fKKKASS. B VlriJIOlti: ursXRS lOO dozen Balrimora rysters for sale low by declS McCKEA &TERRAS3. NASHVILLE BELL AND EBA8S IODTIbW, No 17K South Front Street. NAS1IVIJM.E, TcBDo AB COOK, practical Bell and Brasa Founder, sacces . gor to Weller A Cook, is prepared to manafastnrj to or er. Balls for Churches, Steamboats and llantatLki Also, Steam Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, a. Fountain and Stop Cocks, Uose and Salt Well Joint on Mounting.Anti-Friction Metal. All work made by me with neatness and disi . 0l the best material, at low prices, aad warranted. aaJS ly ' clllNESESUCAK CANE SKEO. " a FINE article of this Seed, raited by CoL. It, PeUra,or XV Georgia, can ba had on application to dao3dlm. SEVMOUK, PANNING & CO. iNOTiCE. 0 UK present prices for Commas Candy ts $13 pr I GO ponnaa. oucr uouiocuunn ire whu u iara.er pnaes ts i-s-7 1 ss. TUftlf til - Vt n.T njLi cb a auAloVts, CEOHliK CRKIG, LoaancksT & co etift-tf J. CaC. KOBEKTyQJt XjABIE' SA1.IS,. ' WE bare lust opened a fine lot of Rich Cloaks, ?tno Frensh BonneU. Embroideries. Skirts, Furs In Sells, Aprons, Ac. dtfc, to wnleh. we Invite the attention of tha Ladles for a few days only. BEN J. P. SHIELDS, dicia 42 Public sq.usie.