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i iij.ii.i!.T,j.ji. 11 H3 e iilAwiyi-y 11 n.ijm.f'ig.-'yg" tai?BitiaMttl!irjwiii yw , - .---illtMNMIiimW .lilan-, . UNION AHD AMERICAN. SCXBAY, JANUARY 14, 186S. ARRITAI. ASD DEPARTURE OP THE TRAIXH. ! Inrtikiawt KatleiU Railroad. Leaves Nashville at Arrive at Louisville Loaves Louisville at--' .. 7:30 A M ..... &30 P M 6.D0 P M 50 A M 7:00 A M fcOO P M .V,T0 P M COO A M Arrives at JfaslivlUo. Kdgrfxll end Ktntudv Railroad. JabvilIe -10 P M Arrlvo at Nashville KWtt A M 1 8:00 A M . 5:00 PM iiesro bpnacfieia Arrives at Springfield, iYoSAtiHe and ChaHauooga IlaUroad. Xeavei Vrffleat " lis P M Arrivu at-Naehvttle & J Leaves Chattanooga -- S-j? r i A rrirnn nt HhlltlinOOffa o:W A M XatlvUlc and A'erthioeetern IlaUroad TVwm 6M P M Arrive at Johnsonville Leave Johnsonville- .11:00 P M 1:50 A M 60 A M Irrin nt Nashville- KaiXnUle and Decatur Railroad 'J Arrive at Decatur Junction at Leave Decatur J miction Arrive at Nas hvillc Leave Nashville Arrive at Columbia y v.: - . . 1 . .n IX VI , 8:30 A M . f3.i I M . -i00 P M 4:30 P M 7:15 A M W""" '", S IC 1 f Mnrd.ymcru and YTeit Point IlaUroad. T.tivM Tnntimmerr mt.. 4:30 A M Arrive! at West Point at : 10 M - 'I . Columbia at- r fs55 ? T..V Wl Point nl 11. . Ida P M Columbus at- 6:25 A M Arrive! at Montgomery, at 9:15 P M Mr. Jonx W. Faxox 1 onr local agent at Clark vllle, torocelve and, receipt for subscriptions to the Uk;ox.axd Avkeicas. CIIt'RCII SERVICES TO-DAY. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, corner of Church .and Summer. Pastor. Rev. R. T. Bnnting. 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHl'RCH. corner of Colleeo and Oav. Pastor, Rev. R. Allen; 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. McKENDREE CHURCH.(Mctbodist)on Church. between Bummer and'liigti streets, rasior. Rev. 8. B. Baldwin. 11 A.M. anil 7 1 M. CHRISTIAN CHIJRCH. between Yin; and High -Streets. :nn' Church.' Pastor, P. S. Full, 11 A. .M. and 7 1'. Al. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, on Ruminr bottreen Ilroad and Church. Pan- tor. Rev.T)r. A. J. Balrd,ll A.M. and P, M. rUTnnr.Tfi CHirnClf . cornrr of Cedar and Sum mer itrecU. Rev. M. B. Fortune. Services at C. 8. 10K A. M. and 74'. M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, between Union and i;edar Mrrou. on bummer mreet. l'asior, ur, R. B. C. Howell. 11 . M. and 7 P. M. CHERRY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, comer or Cherry and Ann Ktrecu. l'astor, Jlev. U. McKec, ,11 A. M. and 0 P. M. BAPTIST CHAPEL. Polk avenue. Pastor, Rev. D. W. Phillips. 10M A. M. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, in Edgefield. Pan tor. Rev, K.I3. Trimble, 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. TULIP .'STREET CHURCH. Pa:6r. Rev. R. Young. Servicos morning and evening. Information of any changes in tho tim e of service will be thaakfullr.reccived every Saturday, aluo of other churche not mentioned above. Uxios M. E. Ciicbch. Services held in Masonic Hall, ChureU street Rev. D. J. Holmes, Partor., Subject for Sabbath morning: PATI K.cr." Subject for Sabbath cventng: "1ICSBASD8." The ladies will please bring them. McKcsDBnR Chcrch. The services of tho Gist quarterly commuuion reason began nt this church, on Thursday evening, the Rev. Dr. R. A. Young preaching tho opening ser mon. The services will be continued to-day, at 11 A.tMj, and this evening at oarly gastlightlngj Rev. I)n7!CCP7Qr?en; RobLA. Touwr. S..D, Bald vfai and othe'rx,'in attendance. Seats'are free. CL'O C A. X NEAVS. "We are indebted to It. II. Singleton, newsdealer, for late magazine, and copies of'Eastcrn and Nortjicrn, papers. ISuprtme Court Tlie "proceedings of .-the Court ywtcrday, were without particulars in terest. The law docket of the Ninth Circuit if not yet finished. - In tho Recorder's Court, yesterday, a'few cases ofjdrunkcnncss and disorderly conduct were disposed of as usual. , W. D. Kunnan, for buying goods under false pretence, and endeavoring to dispose of the same, was fined $25 and costs. Cheap lloartlinj and Free Lunch At No. IS i Cherry street, up stairs "Lilly Sal6on and Restaurant." Free Lunch from 1 0 to 12 o'clock every night. A few day-boarders will be-taken on reasonable -Jerms. . '-The bet tba market affords always on hand. Meals at all hours. , jan9-l W Dr. J.U. Lindsley, Superintendent of Pub lic Schools, will accept our thanks for favors. -jxTo those who Have business with the super intendent, wc may state, that he may be found dally except Sunday, in" his office in Dorman.ifc Fcnton's music store, on Church , street, between 3 and 5 o'clock, t. it. Railroad ITulingi Yesterday, in the Hall of Representatives, shortly" after noon, a meeting was held, for the purposc of tak ing into consideration thcT construction fcf a ' railroad-from this city to Knoxvillc. Senator John W. Bowen took tho chair, Tind made some appropriate remarks, being followed by several other speakers. From the variou? spccchcn wo condense the following: It is thought that the proposed road, if laid, will greatly iraprovethc intercsU of the Statcat large, an it would unite F-at, Middle, and "West Tennessee. The road is inlcndcdto connect with other roads run ning from Washington to the Pacific ocean. The first oliject, however, will be to run the road from Knorrille to this city, and .in time,tosecnre a-continuous route to the far West. If speedy action is not taken in the matter, Cincinnati and Louisville will estab lish a connection with Knoxvillc, and ob tain the advantages arising from the route. A bill is before the Legislature, chartering this road; and little ulonbtiii entertained of its final passage. About fifty miles of the road will run through the rich valley of the Cumberland. The pressed lino iwsscs through regions rich in mineral wealth, and large tracts of heavily timbered land. A distinguished geologist. Tvho traveled through flic section of cofmtry 'extending from Morgan County to Rtirksvillc, stated that he had not seen a re crinn nf countrv which combined so many &ncnli'bf wealth. lie reports tliat beds o f the finest iron ore and coal abound there, heavy forestafcf valuable tirabcr.and springs of mineral water; all combined making tho country capable of producing immense ard irnnltll. Tliis road is to bccallcd the Nashville and Knoxvillc Branch of tho Pacific R. R., and, it is thought will bo a desirable winter route. a xnmmitte of seven in number was atv .utrnl to draft resolutions to bo present ed tX tho next meeting. On that committc the followlnc gentlemen were namd: J. P; KLntJlrW. Uosson. Michael Rums, S. P. Wnltpr: William Ilciskell, Joseph W. Al len, and John Kirkman. iVe omitted toatatethat Col. J. W. Para' more was appointed Secretary of the meet :. i ,i;niirnpd to meet next Thurstlay cveiw ing,jat7 o'clock, in the Hall of Representa tives. - - 1l.wrd bf 'Ediicaon. The Board held an adioumed meeting yesterday. The present members are : I-- I ? Will Prrsiilrnt. 'i . tDt- Ji W. Hoyt,' SocrcUryaii(1 Trca'siirer. E. IL Kast, (Uty Aiiomey.j xiorace 11. Harrison, Dr. T. A. Atchison, L. G. Tarbox, D. D.iDickcyand.Dr. J. iJ. Lindsley, (Sup, Pnlilip Scliools.1 The question of advancing the pay of cer tain teachers in the public schools' who had had additional work assignee, them, was taken up and referred to Dr. Lindsley, Su nerintendcut. for rcport.at next jneetinc. iltldefedtliatithsalaries of teaclicrs snouiu ire 111 (imjiuruun 10 iiicir merit, and the amount of work satisfactorily performea.- . , t The Trcasurcr reported a balance of $9. W1 in tlm tnasurv. He said that it would be necessary to call on the Mayor and Board at Aldermen lor at J cast 'jj.wu, xo meet MniM nn tn the 1st of Julv npsL A committee, consisting oi Messrs. Fall Ltndnlcv. Eat and Hoyt, was appointed to prepare a memorial, and present the same to the iwaru 01 -Mayor ana .iacrmen, set ting forth the .state of the finances of the Board of Education, and rcqucstinc that ac tion be taken to render the schools efficient for the remainder of this year. The question of purchasing a government buildintr on the'IIume lot, capable of liold- , iBffilSO -iupUs; wa conUdered. , It is csti i uiM that it will cost about SILOOOincluil imrrcpairs. Tiioconiniittee'nanie! abov . will include lhi in their nica:orial. The addition of tho iUh Ward will bring in eaetaiugovcr .300 pupil, and the present accommodations, will then bo insiiificlent. " " Toe' Board adjourned to next regular TWWn n,rt Two colored inaividu als, named Elijah Stowers and J. Clark, were tried yesterday, for disorderly conduct on i-r ib ttp-mpr PnlaJine nicht beforo r-h fined So and costs. Robert llerrington was finwlSlO and costs for assaulting Samuel Hines, colored, on the same steamer. Tlrtnr fh 7VntWt Marthal Corporal David Mann, of the 101st U. S. C. L, who was. engaged in the excitement on the finnarn nn Tncsdav last, and wlio luw sinco been in confinement, was released yesterday, as the evidence against him would notjustify his being held for trial. t Win. Duprc, of the same regiment, has however, been held for trial, for disorderly nml rintim conduct on tlie occasion above named. AltrondeA. A short timesince. Lieut. J. 3. Parks, of the 13Ctll TJ. S. C L, left AnmiRta. Oa.. witli S400. which had been raised there for, the purpose of purcliasing a watcu to tie presentea w tne wjionei ui u regiment. The Xieutcnant had just beer, mustered out, and arrived in this city short ly after. He was arrested nieht before last. at the Staccy House, by.'B. M. Cavett, Chief oi JJctcctive l'oucc ; ana 'rasyesieruay com mittcd to the "Workhouse, in default of bail He will have a hearing lwforc the Recorder on Monday. TJEXNESSEE legislature. Senate Satcbdat, ten o'clock, January 13. Tho Senate met at ICKW BILLS. CAut-t,;il v trx u, . VrnTtpr; To cjtab- Hub a tirnitmlinrv filr Kant TenncsJeC. Ptt'icd on first readinr. and referred to the Committee on internal improvement. IIOCSE JOINT BESOLUTIOKS. On mnttnn nf Mr. Trimble. Home ioint rcfolu tion, No. l'L proyi'lingTor a joint committee to whom nil bills relating to the Bank of Tennessee sbouM be referred, was taken up ana auopioti. THa fnllntrin? mtnmiltce was aDnointed on tnc part of the Senate: Messrs. Trimble, Irancr, of Wilson, Smith, Powell, and McKinney. - . - -uEssincs noil the house. . ft.A frnm f hit ItniKr nnnnunr,! tbo rf'turn nf Scnnt Iillla 'ni. l.'lS anil 177. with tho signa ture or tho Speaker or tho House; also tne con currence tbe" Hone in Senate joint' resolutions Xm '2T. nml iV iilun the Irnmmigsion of the House Joint resolutiou io. 174, for tho concurrence oi tbe benate: also tlie passage, on mcir mini remiuiri', of Home bills Xo. 211. 214. 2H.2.')7. ,2K,i81. 2i. 295.301.S02.305.ar7,317.31S, 32I.312.LT7 pd iti, finrl thpir trftnitnisKinn fur tho action of tho Sen- n I a nlnA ihn nilanf inn itncl transmission of Hou.G Joint resolution, lor tue concurrence oiuicoenaic; also the return or senate bin co. .wunameim mcnts, for the action of the Senate. THE SCHOOL KILL. Senate bill No. 170: T6 nrovide a 'common school system for the Statoof Tennessee.was taken nn. n ml vnrinnslr amended. Pcndine further action on this bill, the Scnato adjourned rfo 10 o clock, x. it. Jlonday. IIoiino of Kcf.rcficnntlV,K. SATBnoAT. Jan. 12. 18GG. The House was called to order at 10 o clock. NEW BILLS. Br Mr. Stecald : To incorporate the Hartsvillo Oil and "Minlnc Company. Passed. , By Mr. Hood; To incorporate tho Kuitablc Minineand Petroleum Company. Passed. rtv th Mtnn . Tn pafnitlliih n. (7riminnl Cnart in in Hamilton county. Passed. VKSSini: FROM THE GOVEBN'OB. The Oovernnr's messaik in reference to the Pcn- tentinrr which was nrinted yesterday, was re ceived from tho Scnato and rend by tho clerk. BESOLmox. By Mr. ilullins: To appoint a joint committee to take inio eonsidcrntion tho Governor s mcs saee. and report by bill or otherwise. Ailontcd on a sasDcnsion of the rules, when the following- committee was appointed on the part of the iiouse: Messrs. Alullins, carter, Jams, iticli ards, 1'aston, Corward and Hood. SEKATE J1ILL3 OX TUIBD EEADLST.. Senate bill No. 202: To incorporate the South Nashville Uas Light Company. Passed. SEKATE BILLS ON SECOXD EKADIXO. Scnato hill No. 203: To incorporate the Hcrmi- aeo Life Insurance Company. Passed, Senate bill No 74: To incorporate the Scwancc Mining Company. Passed. IIOCSE BILLS ON SECOND BEADING. House bill No. 380: To incorporate the Nash- villo Oil and Mining Company. Passed. Home bill A0.3US: To amend tbe Jvnoxville Kentncky Railroad Company. Passed. House bill .No. 333 : To relievetbe iranklin and Lewiybunr Turnpike Company. Passed. House bill No. 894: To encourage themannfar turine and other interests of tho State. Posted. SENATE BILLS ON FIRST BEADIXO. Semite bill No. 1SG: To remove tho county scat. of Wayne county. Passed. . Senate bill No. ISO: To encourage emigration, manufactures and agriculture. Passed. On motion, tbe House mUoumcd until 1U o clock Monday morning. Vrom Vaahing-tOB. AVarhixotov. Jan. 12. Tlie calleries of tne House of Representatives have for the last three days been densely crowded with attentive listeners to the debate on the bill, extending suffrage in the District.of Colum bia. Never before were so many black mixed amontr the white auditors to-day. The interest among both classes seems con- tantly on tlie increase. On Wednesday evening between eight and nine o'clock, a man of unusually large pro portions called at the residence of Hon. Jeni.- F. Wade. U. S. Senator of Ohio, on 4 J street, and asked to see the Senator. He as shown up stairs by tne servant to .nr. Wade's room. After being seated he stated that he was trying to obtain employment in the U. S. Navy, and asked Mr. Wade to sign papers of recommendation from him in order to further his object. Senator W. refused to do so, saying he did not know him, and advised him to procure the signature of some person to wliom he was known. After listening to the reply, the strange visitor, whose physiognomy Mr. W. describes as sinuularly malicious and brutal, looked at the Senator with a signifi cant scowl, which the latter plainly inter preted as meaning mischief. At this juncture, after the intervicWj Mr. W. rose, and stepping into an adjoimning room, arming himself with a loaded pis tol, and quietly returned into the room where the man was sittintr. AftcrJooking nt cich other in silence, the man beran con versation by saying, " Aint you going to sign J my paper' senator W. Tcturneu an cm- diatic negative, alleging tnai lie nnu no knowledge of him. The stranger arose, drawing out a bowie knife about twelve inches long, and remarking, " I suppose you know wc are now alone, sir, in this room." He was proceeding to unsheath his weapon when Senator Wade sprang to his feet and i ii 1 i ! :i.I n urawillg ills iiuuii iu:ux-u hi mm civi distance of his head, telling him to clear out immediately or lie would snoot mm. xne man began to move toward the door, followed closely by Mr. Wade. The Senator saw his isitor down stairs, andtiicstrangcruepartcu. Tbirinir tbi visit lin failed to produce any papers for signature, and evidently made mis a mere iix-icai iur muusiuu. At the time of the visit there were no per sons in tho house besides Senator Wade, ex cepting Mr. Matthews, his wife and servant. The Secretary of War has issued an order directing, the immediate discharge of the fol lowing colored volunteer organizations : the lOfith. 43d. 59th. GSth. 97th. 101st. 110th and 133d United States colored regiments of infantry. A Kruronntcr. - -RiciiMOxn. Va. Jan. 12. A rencounter took place nt the Spottswood Iiouse this af- tcrnoon, between .ur. rouaru, oi me jit- amincr, and Mr. Brooks, correspondent of 5 the New York 2Tmi, the former using a v.bMn "VnitTi wi!pwl nnv srnnns ln- cowhide. either rcccivetl any serious in lurv. l no provocation ior me assauu was ssault was inst, ridi- a letter in tne imc oi incotn culing Toll ard. WiSTKitx r.vrEn says the masses in llrighani Young's dominions have only one wife, and the average docs not exceed two or t)iree apiece Brigham Young is the re puted father of two hundred and forty-two children, of whom thirty-two are dead. The surviving balance,' two hundred and thirteen, consists of eighty-five boys and one hundred and twenty-eight girls. Silas Reeder is thrice and Jeremiah Stern nine times Brig- ham's brother-in-law, these worthies having respectively married three and nine sisters of their cliiUls' wives. The preponderating nationality among the inhabitants is that of Sweden, and the Bancs come next. The Scotch, noted for their metaphysical propen sitios, surviving all the whiskey of the land of Burns,' butnumtar the Norwegians. Next to them arc the Swiss, Germans and Americans. As for the French, there are only two in all the vast Mormon domains, and there arc not more than three Italians, and only one Spaniard, an isolated repre sentative of Don Quixote, in Salt Lake. As far as the female population U concerned it Is note-worlhy that there is not, a single Fwneli-woraan, "while there are-eight Ital ians and two Spanish women, and even one "representative oi classic U recce. A treucli lady would be looked upon an the most prcciooi of acquisitions, and other Latin icmaled arc also in great demand, in propor tion to.uicir greater scarcity. .TuCjinajonty of the wouien came ftom the TTJiited States. ccanainavia, Switzerland, Uermanv ana lexico. It lis no reproach to a man that he is tin able to contend with the villainies of the world. Heriew ef Grectry Market far Ike Week EBdiMs: J&b. 13th. Office of the Dsios and Avericax, K.rr-nniv l.n It lKTil Th eSrk o Ch asres eated nounusual features1 oioer man a ery,beavyj)d bnst trade ror tbe, weck.Tlin islemiptioB en some of tbe Southern Railroads, hai caused some reduction in ship ments to tho extreme South; but tho local South ern trade continuc.1 quite large. JFlvur has been rather stilt with no reason to antiripaJcaUcclind."' has been active for the week, but at a decline of fully a cent per pound, owing to tho decline in gold. Transactions in Sugar have been animated, closing with a stiff market. Sales of Candtet rather limited, a fair stock on hand, but no quotablo change. Tho stock of .VaY'on hand, good and increasing, with bat a light demand. .Skjjm continuo dull and neglected. with but few noticeable transactions. The market for Chet't has been a little more animated, fair alc3of all the grades, with fc decline of fully a cent per pound. The sales of Bacon have been been rtther limited, with light transaction in new, at 1920c for shoulders, 21022c for sides, and 23 25c for hams. Lard, the market is quite firm, with liberal sales to the local trade at 2222c,.in bar rels and tierces, and 24(3 23c. in Ikezs. The trans- acttons in iiViior havo been quite animated du ring tho week, with heavy sales of tho different grades at stifT prices. The stock of ilth on hand is light, demand limited, with some small trans actions and no material change of price. In Molatc and Surujn wc still note a dull market. but few transactions of note, and a giving away in prices, of 3 too cents per rallon. The. supply of Salt continues equal to the demand, with no ma terial change in price. Tho demand for Fntit$ and Sutt has considerably xlackcncd since tho. holidays omo small sales but no uuotablo ensure ill prices.' Canned I'ruilt have been aclivc,' with a fair stock on hand, but no material change in prices. Tbe market for Familu Oroeeriee and Wooden Ware is fully supplied, with a fair de mand, but without change in prices. Tho following exhibits the closing rates for tho leading articles in the market: CofveeJ Hio. common' to cood. 20(3 .11c nnm to'fairT31a32Jc;fair to prime, 32Jj33c; strict ly choice, 34P3tc Scoae. Cuba, l&318e; Porto Rico, 17ltle; New Orleans, l9g21e; Cruxhcd nnd I'uwdcrcd, 22 22Kc; for CoSce, A 214S22c, B 2122c, C 20$ 21c, yellow 10J420c. , .Molasses ,and Svbbh .ew 0rlcansr.$U25 1.40; Cuba, Toc$1.00; Porto Rico, $1.101.2j; Golden Syrup $1.301.50; Baltimore. $1.10L25 Common, S0c3$1.00. Nails lOd's, $S.2i8.50, and 25 cents for each smaller size. J'Wbub Superfine, $1509.00; Family, $90 11.00; Extra Fancy, $11.7S150. It acok. Clear Sides, new, 22J423c; Ribbed, 21c; Shoulders, 1820c; Hams, 21025c. Laud. Tierce, 2222:; in kegs. 232t CnKESK AVcstcrn Reserve, 22J23c ; Factory, ;i23Ve: JIamburgh. He : E. Dairy. 2125e; ' Candles Star, 12 to 13 ounces, 22S23c; Toll weights, 2027c; Tallow, per box, for sixes, $0.50 C47.O0; Parafino,52i355e. For a detailed tabular statement wo refer to our Price Current, below. xamiiviixi: WlH)I.r.SAI.K C'UKKEXT. PltlCES ConRKCTRP WEKKLTFOR TIIK UXIOX AND AHKBICAX. Note. The Quotations riven in the followimr table, it must be understood, aro the wholcsalo rices except wnore olbcrwise noticed ; and tnat nallcacs. in the tilling of small orders to tho city and country trade, an advance of from three to live per cent., wi II be charged over these quota tions : Axes Green, salted Collins 1c Co., doz, $19 Green, calf. 10 Best quality " 21 Indigo Bacon Carracas. S. F. -B lb Clear Sides. lb. 22A 1 451 CO Jlibtie-dSidcs, i-il ibox Hams. Dlain 25 Bar l'ittsbarg V Ib.......7 Canvassed Hams.,... 27 Band Tciin..-...... .......9 Baoqino and Boris Kenned bar.-......-10V Hemp V yd 35 Hoop 1011 one zu nect . .....iugiia Beeswax Tenn coin bar 10' Yellow, tlb Round t square 1114, Common ......30J& 1'Iow moulds Candles Lead Star. t It. 22023 Bar V ft 15 Summer.Mould 17S18 Shot? bag 4 60 'arafine ....5'Moo IiEatheb Castinhs Oak Sole lb. i55 Common Vft -VA Hemlock -4045 AVagon boxes 1 set... ?2 French C'f H doi$G0110 Cbackeks trench Kip....i.xul23 Butter lb 10 Native Calf 4755 Soda'. .......11 Native Kipi.,i...--65(?85 8ugar ' i. ..! Up unDcr.. ..U855 ...404.) 4447 n ine ..13 Harness t lb.. Boston " ........12 Skirting- li.nin' 11 LIQUORS Cheese bisky. Uourbon. English Dairy-? Ib23c324 V- gal -$3 604 50 Wcst'n Bescrvc252J HoberUonUo.-2 7SW5 00 Pnii Common '1 25(42 50 Cumberland ? load$10 Brandy, French, l'nnI.Mnn,lstcnm W bu.'SO G 00(312 00 Scwanee ro'nd.. 40e?70tb Catawba B"dy.4 00(56 00 Scwance steam V bu..5 Ginger " -3 50(i5 00 IttsburgV ljl.-W3ilu Apple 4 uwso uu Coffee Wine, Malaga 50C-43 00 Bio V tb -30&.H " Sherry .3 504 50 acuira... a,abd - Java 4750 In 'Tierce- ...21J522 CnnninE Keg.... ..-SS&Si Manilla V tb 28G32 JIolasses Bclc'dsV loi-i 23 50 Sugar Houso-1 3al 50 UITTOX AAEXS rora nico....oisn w WH.loz -38 New Orlcans-.l 1(X1 SO GOO " 40 Cuba 801 00 iOO. " 42 .NAILS , vi,.- . 400 " 42 Ten d's ? keg.-- 8 75 Cioabs . .0II-S . . 1000 -?201W Tanners v gal ass ) Dnv riiitinc Lard ............ 2 75 -MBr,nShcetings..3e33 Coal. ; -11 0 8 a Turpentine. ou Fine Browns. (Sea Linseed 4! 25fe2 40 Island) -30635 Paints-; . Blc'hd Cotton,?- 25 White Lead, in oil VH.'mM r eg i ootso uu " 4-4..I!3;40 Crm Green, lb 50c rints.- 2325 Spanish Brown lasolo Drills .35S40 Crm Yellow... -GOc Tickings. ... 4oft.i5 Venetian Kod. locsw aucy Liissimcrcs iinc, wuuc, in all wool 1 7502 75 oil - 4 50G 00 Tweeds, all wool 1 15 Red Lead -30 Satinets, according Lampblack 20 to quality -NX! l a a bo visions cans, woolen 4lK?u liacon, uams vnew; ilerinos .VSGO " shoulders- 21c Alpaccn., accord- sides- Sic ing to quality i&avu iviuueu siucs - Delaines, all wool Hogs, neat ..12'i Mil id.. 55 Butter 40 Delaines, Amcric'n 35 Lard . .2H8-21J4 Woolen under- jsieai p ousnci j uu shirts .....11K'7 1'otauies v DDI.,WW4 i) Dbcos and Dyestuffs." White Peai.i-ii..nono Aloes "r lb ........... ...75 Lady Beans nono Alum . 10O11 Eggs, ? dos - ;40c AesaJictida .iSOA w unions, ftiuoi-j ouw w Borax --75 Sal I ' Brimstone, roll 1011 Seven bu. bbls- A 25 Camphor V lb. 1 75 Seeps , Cator Oil galCtfiG 60 Clover, bu 10 12 Cream Tartar V ft-75tty0 Millet none Flor Hu nliur Timotuy wo Gum Arabic ...! 60 Herds Grass 3 00 Ipecac ... &o urcnard nrass; J yu ,Inlap ..... Vi 11 niuourass, sm a ou xtract Logwood a uoiion occu,. ounnai Madder 222S Syrops Jlagncsla ..7&(1 w Jiainmorepganuwsi aj Oil Peppermint $10 Golden 1 451 75 Opium .14(Sl6 SoAr Quicksilver 1 25C1 60 Turp'n bar ft-9012K Khtibarb..-. -8(&8 60 Fancy, Vbox-l 857 00 Snl.Sla 1012 Stkkl Saltpetre ....... 253.i Amcr blister ? ft 2oc Sugar lead.. 75 Cast 40c Feathers bcgae ,ive Geoso 7 ft 50QGO New Orleans ? ft1921 Viqii Porto Rico. -.1GV4W19 Mackerel No. l..20tfi21 Cuba imiS .o. lmj urusned juty. No. 3.17W17K Powdered 2222? Half barrels-.. 10(3)12 00 Granulated 2223 Kits S&'i 60 Coffee, A 226 Flocb- " B 21UW- SuperlineTbblS 0D99M V"1 i;x i-amuy luysi- icnow u, .. iyw Fbcits and Nuts Spicks Raisins V box; M R.jG20 Pepner ft- 40c layers" .45 60 grounds . Figs n........... 230 doi-i . OOWI 'JJ Almonds .4042 Allspice, V ft -35c Filberts 22($23 " V dot grd Braxil Nuts i-22r21 Cloves "P ft Apples Sv.." V dox ground--50o Ginseng Ginger ft -15e v tb -6570 " rdox G0('1 00 .i . -t v . .. -. j . r ULASS .UlIUCgS filU 1 ULKiSrl IO Window 8x10 r bx-7 2T bUNDBIES- 10x12 75 Cans. G D-75 S B-R0c ' 10x11 " Gbain Wheat. -8 25 Twine, ft- 60SS75 Tubs.1, $15; 2,14; 3,13 -none In Ncsts(3X8)5 005 60 75 Buckets W dor -4IW4 25 Com, yellow wnu p....... Oats, clean. Gunny Bahs ,..73 Washboards V dox4 60 75 Blacking sml 50, lgel 00 rapping paper, .25 S.1 10. A . 1 62. L. 2 25 bn. each.... UCNTUW UfcK Starch, V ft- 1001: Rifle V keg 3 50(314 Eps Salts. V ft .15 111 asting V ke 12 60 Copperas V ft llrrcTiriT.i.vSt.i Tomato Catsun V Ovsters 1 ft dot 3 00 dot 1 75S2 25 nrtnn2tt 4 75 PcDDer Hauec-1 lufft2 Peaches 2 ft- i 00 Pickles, J$ gal 8 00; qU I'a.ix 3 tli .7 ttl 4 75 : nts 3 75. I..r 9 lb 2 00i.t5 00 Candv. asstd. W ft.J035 Pears 3 ft 3 OW 00 Rice 'f, ft 12Jf!15 Tomatoes 2 ft. 3 25 Soda, in kegs 124iS14 Tomntoos 3 nil aowo W in paFcrs fi.nlinrii ! box IWiXl TEAS C.wliniuV. Knv Tmnrrinl .1 60 BraPdy f rachc4.45 569 Young Hyson-1 60C2 00 Brandy Cherries-5 609 Gunpowder 1 25W2 2o l!n Annlrs. 10 00i112 Tobacco Hay Tobacco p ft .G01 25 Timnihv ? Inn 51 Manufactured. Baled on wharf 20 bright plug -181 15 Baled in store 23 Old Virginia 7590 Hidks Common Black -35650 Green V ft .. 4 Cotton Jlnrhet for tbo Week. The Cotten market of Nashville opened this week at 42c, advanced oh Tuesday and was quite active at 424c, It gave away, however, on Thurs day and reached only 4041c. On Friday 40 was the highest price paid, and closed .'yesterday, Sat urday, at 40c A few extra fine lots were sold c:h day at half a cent above these rates, but for th bulk of that on the market the above are the Quotations. The sales of tho week have been small, many of the farmers who brought cotton, to market re turning to their homes, postponing sales, and awaitingbettcr prices. FINANCE AND TRADE. The Fall in Gold. The funding bill drawn by Secretarr McCulloch and reported in the House by .Mr. Momll con tains nothing which ought to produce any imme diate and marked effoct on tho price of Gold. The fact that cold immediately full underits influence, is merely an addition to the innumerable illustra tions of tho tendency of Wall street to exaggerate everything tending lo affect tbepricc or securities. Wall street thrives by sudden fluctuation. j?btead Ines of value, or even steadiness in the rate of appreciation or decline, is the bano of specula tion. When anything occurs of which tbe ten dency Is to depress prices, it is for the interest of those wb lirn CiAtnatinns to exaggerate the tendency and lower prices to' such a degreo that there raiit h rhonml. Br boviar at the low est point of depression and selling again after the icacuon. a prout may do rcauzeu, uu ctcu iuo bnlls find it for their interest to favor the exagge ration with a. view, to the. uDueni .renouna. m&AmiMh ea tti AiuitnpTAnd4iUmfioes notston at the iaiddl point ' but1 swings 'to they other ride. 1 - c ' - . , Those "who hold government securities for other than speculative purposes, and are under no im mediate necessity to sell, will find nothing in the new "bill to alarm their-apprehensions. The same remark will apply to the holders of other descnp bona Thcre is a very large amount of public indebt edness which must bo funded in long loans before the finances ran r"vh n. settled and satisfactory condition. .Besides the greenbacks, certificates of Luucutcuness, ana inbcrcsi-ucaraic ic.u iwuu note: thcra is A n'rnnrmnns amount of seven-thirty bonds which will toon begin to mature, and all of which will fall duo within the ensuing thrco years. Nobody supposes that aay considerable portion of this debt ran j r.rnlilv nuii. nor has anybody suggested any other firacticabie mode of meeting It loan by funding it in long bonds, it is matur ing with such rapidity as to demand tho adoption of immediate measures to this end. The necessity of a measure similex In substance to that embodied in this bill is too manifest to be disputed. The only legitimate points or criticism relate to the details. Whether the proposed rate ui interest is too nign, or ine Donas nave iuu iu( to run. or the Secretarr is clothed with too mucl discretion, aro fair topics of inquiry; but as re gards tbe main feature of the bill, there is no ground for difference of opinion. The proposed rate or interest is certainly high: but, under mo circumstances, if the bill made it Icwer, it would, as a practical measure, be futile and inoperative. The amount of dcht to be funded is enormous: and tho Secretary of the Treasury cannot expect . n . 1 X . 1. - , r l i l - - hundred millions of bonds at as favorable rates as be could of a few hundred thousand. The law of supply and demand will prevail hero as in all other transactions. Sinco a necessity ex ists for nutting vast amounts of bonds upon the ui luhuil liih iilwx ni nuiR. Hnn uixuiud ul Lnniu markot within a short period, they must be offer ed at favorable rates or the market cannot absorb them. The discretion permitted to tho Scurctary u ud excrciscu uni y on luc sale smc. jioc&uuui. offer more than nix per cent., but it is in his option to offer less, lie cannot extend tho bonds beyond fortv years : but he can issue them for a shorter period. He can make the interest on some of them payable in foreign countries, but in that case the interest is one per cent less. The only power conferred on the Secretary which is susceptible of abuse is tho unlimited dis cretion proposed to be given to him as to the amount of bonds ho may put upon the market at any one time. But nothlngcould be more absurd than to tie him down to a fixed rule. He must bo in a position to take advantage of favor able turns in the market. The process of funding mutt goon, or the government will soon be' del uged with an unmanageable mass of overdue ob ligations. To sav nothmir of the certificates of in debtedness, the maturing seven-thirties will, in a year or two. come in like an inun dation. Those not funded must bo paid in cur rency; and so far from there being danger that funding will proceed with injurious rapidity, the danger is that the Secretary will be obliged to re deem so large a portion of the seven-thirties in enbacics, as to Keep tbo currency at Its present lation. Ho can contract the currency only by i aid of enormous loans: and if he makes a precipitate contraction he thwarts his own- pur poses by creating n stringency in the money mar ket which would render loans impossible. His- discretion is, therefore, limited by laws of greater, efficiency than any which Congress can enact. There is. therefore, notbine in this bill which should cause apprehension or disturbance, or have any immediate effect on values. True, the Secretary aims at contraction: but the natural obstacles to contraction aro so great that his suc cess must, lor a long time be moderate. Cincinnati Unrkct. By Telegraph. Cinxi.nxati, Jan. 13. Flocb Dull and with out chango in price. M'nsAT Dull ; No. 1 red, $1.75. Corn Dull at 50c for new ear. Oats Dull; prices declined to 3& for prime. Rvk Steady at 75c for prime. Hons Inactive and tho market dull at $11.50 12.00, Receipts 5000 head. Provisions. Mess Pork, quiet at $25 for city. Green mcata, 10c. 13c, and 17c for shoulders, sides and hams. Bulk meats and bacon, no change. Lard, in good demand at 18c for prime. Groceries Quiet. Cottox Quiet at.45c for middling. Whisky Steady at $2.25 for free. Gold 137K. New York. Jan. 13. Cotton dull at 5051c. Gold opened at 139, and closed at 139K. RIVER XEMS. Tho Cumberland yesterday was rising slowly, with six feet on the shoals. ARRIVALS. Imperial, from Cincinnati. dkpabtcbxs. lAnnie Droan, for Cincinnati, with hcary freights, principally cotton. I'alettinc, for Louisville, with heavy freights. Tho Hcrtnuda, from Louisville,, and tho Rich mond, from the same port,were expected yestrrday. The Jlotcena, from Cincinnati, and the American, from Pittsburg, were due yesterday. A dispatch was received, stating that the Tyroue would certainly be in on Sunday evening. The following telegram from Messrs Jouett, Hall It Co., commission merchants of St. , Louis, dated yesterday afternoon, conveys tho agreeable intelligence that the ice-floe in front of that city is broken and passing off: The ico is ruuning out. and navigation is re sumed." I.CL'IS villk. Yesterday's Democrat says : The river fell about two inches yesterday, leav ing five feet ten inches in the canal last evening, and three feet ten inches on the falls. The falls aropow almost useless to navigation, though very light draught boats can pass over. Business on tho wharf was livelier .than usual, The weather in the forenoon was gloomy and damp. In the afternoon the sun made its appearance and tho weather was pleasant. W'c had a hard rain last night. Fob Nashville. Cant. Sutton, with tho Louis ville amlNashvills regular packet, Jtermuda,vill leave the foot of Fourth street, this evening at 4 o clock, for binithland, bddyville, Clarksville and Nashville. The llermuda is one of the bust boats in the trade. She has-a fine cabin, and will cary all the freight sent down to her to-day. Her offi cers are clever and polite gentlemen. S3?JECIJL. NOTICES. E. P. Coxk has received Tho Chimney Corner. Scientific American, Harper's Weekly, Homo Journal, Weekly Magazine, Saturday Evening Post, Tablet, and Late Dailies. Lo.sk Jack 1 1 1 A large lot of this SUPERIOR SMOKING TOBACCO. For sale at Fostf.r Brothers. decl2-tf. A fine lot of PURE SPICES, suited for Chris- mas times, i or sale at FOSTF.E BROTIIKRS. decl2-tr THE NEXT SESSION OF MISS O'BRYAN'S SCHOOL. ON NORTH VINE STREET, WILL BEGIN MONDAY, JANUARY TWENTY- NINTH. janG-lm. XASIIVII.I.K COJI3IERCIAK. IX.SUIt- AXCE COMl'ASY Tho Office of this old and reliable Company will be removed on MON DAY' 8th instant, to rooms in the Bank" of the Union, where they1, will be pleased to see their friends. Parties wishing', either Marino or Firo Insuranco will do well to call upon this Company for fair rates and prompt payment in case of loss. jan6-2w DU Call at Benson's Music Store, 34 Union street, if you want a cheap Album, Writing Desk, Port Folio, or anything in 'the shape -of a Christmas present, as wo aro selling at cost to close out. dcc23--dtf. W. HCOr-ER. HARRIS. J. I- RAIKZS. bate orAasuvme, lenn. l i,nio oi Asnviiic, ri.J! E. R. 4 B. V, 1IKARDKX, Late of Macon. Ga. HARRIS, GAINES & 00., WHOLESALE GROCERS . . GciicralrMcrcliandlsc. Brokers 20 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK. dc17-3m A. A. SrT-.XCEC. niLL A HURLBKRT, 1 1 SPENCER . CO., CORXT.K OF CHURCH AND COLLEGE STREETW, Nashville,' Tennessee, Dealers in COTTOX, HAY AXD GRAIX, SEEDS. FLOUR, WHISKY; OROCK IE3, Produce ami Provisions. Prompt attention given to Receiving, Forward' ing bionng and SELLING GOODS ON COMMISSION. i i-Kbi.itiH " K .' Consignments and order solicited. We pay THE niGHESr'MARKET PRICE for Cotton; Bacon and Country Produce. A; Ai SPENCER Co Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Mer- camts. No. Church Street, between Market and Front. v deei LATEST TELEGRAPH: MKlnifflvt Dispatches. FROM WASIIUfGTOX. Troops all to be Withdrawn irom iHu south. ,.r Mexican IMfHeulticH Drawing to i CIOMC. I M 1 Quartermaster Winder to be Released Tli e Fen ian s . The 'HcauiceVtrcJ " Stephens, Upholds O'Mahoncy. Frccdiucn'B Rnrcau Abolished in Virginia. 4? 17 . Cleveland, Jan. 13. Horace C. Day, Et., ad dressed a special meeting of tho Board of Trade in a lengthy speech, this .ovening. Resolutions were adopted in favor of a ship canal, presenting many features entitling il to favorable considera tion. A committee was appointed to confer with other Boards. New York, Jan. 13. The Commerciarit Wash ington upecial says : A probably unsuccessful ap peal has been made to the War Department for the restoration of Gen. Sweeney, the Fenian commander-in-chief, to hislposition in tho regular service. General Grant under orders from tho President, is withdrawing all the troops from Southern States, except the garrison of United .States forts at important points. Official dispatches from the United States agents abroad, received at the State Department by the last steamer from Europe, are .favorably inclined to American interests. The plans for the extension ef Kuropean influ ences on our Continent, have received a death 1 1 , it . r .1 . TT- oiuw oy iiie fcsuiraiiun ui iuo iiuuu.; t It' u expected that the Mexican difficulty will bo soon settled, by tho withdrawing of tho French troops, of which there arc increasing indications. Thcroare grounds for believing that tho State Department at Washington and the French Gov ernment, have an andcrstanding upon tlie subject, which is said to dato provious to the termination of tho civil war. The Judges of tho Supreme Court aro in consul tation to-day, on tho constitutionality of tho test oath, about which thero is a difference of opinion, . i i It is certain that Secretary McCulloch 's finance bill will bo amended before its passage. New York, Jan. 13. The Pont says some of tho Fenians of this city profcs3 to bclicvo Stevens' letter is a forgery, and that it was designed to overthrow the opposition of O'Mahony before tho truth could be known. The Winowskl is waiting for herjopponcnt the Algonquin to get ready for the sea race. Sho will commence on Monday next another 16 hours trot, which when terminated, will be followed by another of the same duration. It is then supposed the Algonquin will be ready for sea, and it is said both vessels will start about tho 27th intt. New York. Jan. 13. Full particulars of tho loss of the steamer ilarv A. Boardma. are pub lished. Two pilots, Henry Seymour and Stephen II. Jones behaved in a most noblo and heroic manner. hazarding their lives in a small tow-baat to re ceive passengers. The tow-boat was two hours In reaching the propeller, tbo sea dashing her off re peatedly. Great credit was also given Capt. Reed, of the steamer Charles Camhulona and his crew, in their efforts to save the crew and passengers of tho Boardman, by their heroic efforts, all the crew and passengers were saved. Tho obsequies of the late R. B. Mcnturn took placo at the Church of tho Holy Commission here this evening. The funeral of tho lato Professor Napes took place in Brooklyn to-day. Tho Pout' Washington special says it is report ed that the Reconstruction Committee intend sending for many Southern leaders, both Union and Rebel, for tho purpose of examining into the condition of tho Southern States. The prospects of the admission of the Tennessee congressional delegation is .slight, but probable . advices stale that the Tennessee Legislature-will confer equal civil rights upon frecdmen. Tho trial of the Alexandria rioters is 'progress ing to day. The nigger witnesses are admitted to the same privileges as tho whites, in taking tcs timony. 1 Nrw York, Jan. 13. Lieutenant Swann, nephew of Governor Swann, of Maryland, com mitted suicido on board the.frigate Vermont. i The ocean steamer iTerald, for Bremen, arid Citu af London, for Liverpool, sailed to-day with $400,000 in specie. 1 Steamer La Savannnh arrived on tho Cth. Sav Feaxcisco. Jan. 12. Wm. McKay, cashier of tho Sab Treasury in this city, is a defaulter to the amount of $30,000. The Government will lose nothing. Mining stocks weaker Savago 703, 0pher530, Imperial 105, Crown Point 563, Jeckit 450. Legal Tenders G9K. Major Harvey, formerly Frosidonf of the Cali fornia State Navigation Company, died in this city last night. The ban Antonio IleraUi or tbe 3d says : It was a mistako in reporting the arrival of Juarez from, Elpaso. It was Ortega who came. Gen. Sheridan replying ton letter in -tho Now YorkA'CTM, says' that Gen. Early's report of Con federate losses published in the tcc(tshows that he captured as prisoners more men than' his cntiro force. , 1 New York, Jan. 13. Colonel O'Mahony roadia letter from Head Ccntro Stephens, cordially en dorsing his action during tho late troubles,? and appointing him Representative and Financial Agent for the so-called Irish Republic in this countrv. The llerald't. Washington dispatch says : The acting Commissioner of the Frcedmcn's Bureau in Georgia reports to General Howard that ne groes in that State exhibit great willingness to make contracts for next year, and that within tbe last few days quite a largo number of con tracts have been made at rates ranging from $12 to $15 per month, including board and lodging, for male hands. " Tho unfortunate immigrant passenger of tho steamer Neptune was Mary A. Gilmorc, whose pitiable case was telegraphed yesterday. She died from the effocts, or,exposuroi and neglect, . I, aauiiiKiwii i-i i - . p u.u.v . . - - coption at tho Whito honse yestorday was large ly attended, and U was a grand affair. A bonded ware-houso on the corner of iV aw- ington and Carlisle streets, was robbed on Thurs day night of about $0,000 worth of silks, velvets, Ac. Six men were subsequently arrested on sus picion of having been engaged In the affair, and tho greater portion of the stolen property was re covered. During a quarrel yesterday evening bctwoea. two men named Pat Dunlap and Edward John son, the latter stabbed tho former producing a supposed mortal wound. The Tribune't Washington . dispatch says Pro- vnit Marshal Tlutsel last evening sent Charles 'A. Rodgcrs of the 4th Artillery, who was convicted complicity with '.two others in counterfeiting sol dier's final statements, while To was acting as clerk in the office To f the Commissary of Musters to Fort Delaware for a term of two years imprk.' oumcnt. His confederates similarly sentenced. effected their cscape,from Fort Whipple just prior to being ordered off; ' The Timet' dispatch says all Volunteer officers on duty in the Freedmen's Bureau in Virginia have been ordered, to join their commands for muster out; their places will bo filled by detail from the Veteran Reserve Corps. New Orleans, Jan.IH Cotton brisker. Sales, of 4.000 pounds at 48949c; sugar 151$ tobacco more active; Sour dull; 7-2ftj at 5350; gold 37f;c; sterling IVAo. The stock of cotton was 188,000 pounds; Tbe sales last week were 15.000 pounds to Mobile. The Adrertieer learns that a band, of outlaws raptured Ihe steamer Xi7v,with I.OOO bales of cot ton, at Mcintosh Biaff. landed ien pastengers in the woods and took the, boat up-thejombigbte river. The steamer Trenton, with 1.000 bales of eotton. was burned on the Washita river last Wednesday. Passengers and crew saved. Cargo insured. Boat believed to be uninsured. The Herald" i Washington special says t Gen. Mulford having turned over to the Commissary General of Prisoners! such monies as he succeeded in recovering from the rebel prison keepers out of the funds sent our soldier in captivity and ap propriated by tbe former parties, the saros is now ready for distribution. All applications la this re- gard may be sent forthwith to Gen Hitchcock, as the amount secured falls short of tho aggregate of the sums known to have been thus applied, it is proposed tc make a pro rata division among all who can reasonably substantiate the lowea of tbe above description. Hon.Thos. N. Stillwcll yesterday obtained an order from, Lieut. General Grant, ordering the muster out of the 34th Indiana regiment, now at BrowrutvilK Texas,, aad with which regiment Mr. StillweU w'aVformcrly connected. . Orders have been issued hero for ihereicase pf the rebel Quartermaster O.B. Winder.-'Helsnot , the indr asjociated with wire in tbe Anaer t sonvillo bntc'jeric. BUSINESS CARDS. Dr. Thos. Menees, TTAVTNG PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN JUL Aashville, nas taken oSice at No, 62 Charrr Street, near Cedar Street, j ant-Am. DES.K.C. FOSTER AST) J.ILBTJIST fTIENDER THEIR PROFESSIONAL SERVL JL CES to the citizens of Nashville and vicinity. Office Jfo. 2 Wasblagton Block, Corner Church and High streets, A tf , Nashville. Tennessee. SAMUEL DONELSON, Attorney nt JLi a. NASHVILLE, TENN, OFFICE, XO. 66$ CHERRY STREET UP-STiJRS. Prompt Attention Given lo Collections. ' fl f, tM .KEFgRsscifi: f.i 6 Carutbers.,tlCooper,.NashvilIe, Tennessee. Guild. Smith Guild. Nashville. Tennessee. Hon. Balie Peyton, NashvilleTennessee. Hon. J. B. White. Nashville. Tennessee. Hillman, Brother 3c Sons, Nashville. Tennessee. non. m. tu. uallaway, Memphis, Tennessee, dceo ly xeixia s. browx, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office, Clicizy ticet, UlMlfr-riHW Wm. H. Barksdale, Attorney at Law, HARTSVILLE. TENN. WILL PRACTICE IN THIS AND ADJOIN ing counties. Prompt attention will be given to all business entrusted to him. decl2 lm DISSOLUTION. rpiIE FIRM OF THORNTON IIOLLINS JL is this day dissolved by mutal consent, their successors, SEAUIUHT. THOKNTON CO., will settle the business of the old firm. . - K. S. HOLLINS. H. C. THORNTON. January 21, ISCd. In retiring from the firm of Thornton i Hoi- lins, I cheerfully recommend my successors to the confidence of the customers of tho old firm, and respectfully solicit for them a continuance of their patronage. R. S. IIOLLINS. II. C. THORNTON. OKO. SKARIGHT. Thornton & Co. Searii lit, (Successors to Thornton A Uollins,) WHOLESALE 'DEALERS TN DRY GOODS HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, GUtOCEItljES, Etc., NO. 44 NORTH MARKET STREET. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, janG lm WHEELER it WILSON'S PREMIUM LOCK-STITCH FAMILY SEWING , , MACHINES, 0. '57 COLLEGE STREET, Over Wm. Berry Jfc Co.'s Dry Goods Houso. DAN'L AINSWORTH, General Southern Agent. jan5 tf FRANK 3IANEY, OF TEJfXESSEE, "WITH kietlajNd, beonson rao., MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF 45 and Orr. 47 Chambers Hi., New Court House, SEW YORK, D. it. RABCOCE. J. V. BROXSOy. F.S. KIRTLAXn. jan9-lm JAS.Ai PIOUkJ ' J. W; JIAX1KR, Late of Evans A Co. Late of Evans A Co, PIGUE & MAMER, ( EVANS. PORTER & CO.'S DKALKRS IX OLD STAND,) STAPIaK A1V1 FA3TY Dry Goods, Varieties, Ac, Ac, Ae., 31 JInrkct Ht., S1 Door from Kqimrr, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. TTAVING purchased of Messrs. Evans. Porter it u.. their Stock. 51 Markot street, we take pleasure in stating to our friends and the public that we intend keeping at all times a large and well selected assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, to which we invite their attention. Buying our goods for Cash and selling for Cash enables us to sell at very short profits. PIGUE A MANIER. Nashville, January 1st, 1806. Xoiicc. HAVING SOLD OUT OUR STOCK OF GOODS at No.51 Market street, to Messrs. Pigue A Manier.we take pleasure in recommending themlto our friends as gentlemen of capacity and integrity, and bespeak for them the patronage of the friends of the old firm. EVANS. PORTER A Co. jan4-tf F. J. BITTEBIIC1I, Xo. 10 lealerlclt Street, f i t I i : i r (Over Barkborn's Saloon,) TS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE WORK AT J. his old stand on Deaderiek street, (over Bark horn's Saloon.) He does all kinds of Gun and ristol repairing, and warrants nis wore. Only regular uuni -cr in mo ciiy. ueo-im. PHOTOGRAPHS. F.K.HUGHESiSiLTSMAN, (Formerly HUGHES BROS..) It f t ' l .11 1 n ! . ) ! ' . PROPRIETOBS, IK I il Corner College anil Union HiH., NASHVILLE, TENN. rriHIS GALLERY, so long and favorably known JL throughout the South, is still under the full tide of operation, one of the partners, Mr. Hughes, i, vi -w ,itlf rfltnmwl froBi London. Parts. and other citiet in Europe, with all the recent im provements known to tho Photographic Art. lit are in constant correspondences with parties in IinJnn t h T lb .11 riuIUTOr tO be UlC fiTSt tO introduce every new feature here as tbey preseat themselves.. PHOTOGRAPHS, Life Site, in Ojl PHOTOGRAPHS. Cabinet She. Plain, India Ink or Oil. PHOTOGRAPHS, Cartfs de" Ylsite, .'! '. - ' i - OPAL or PEARL MINIATURE, New Style, AMBR0TYPE3." MELALNOTYPES. Abu, The Double Photograph, Or two nositions of the same person on one Card. i . , .. ' :,-- f At --'hi-: Vnnsa r.f all U,M fcBll tl MCri fl t Will. AlbUBSS, etc kept constantly on hand, which we will sell as low as ean De purcnaseu eiewnerc. We respectfully solicit a liberal share of patron- axe. All worn warranted to oe nrst-oass. auu uu reasonable terms. On e us a call. Jan9-tf 'DlsHolHtieH ofiartHershil. THE FIRM OF GARDNER A CUNNINGHAM of the Louisville Ornaments! Ir.nl W orkli Ji&lraJ k fMoinai lauuaal. F. liOTllner Will coatiBM We bariness promptly in the Mannhcj tore or all kind of Iron Work: and all .due and indebtedneea created with tbe abov firm will te settled wits t. ijAiii'.w.". jftsS, '65-2w. Biaaer copy and sen! bill to this dice. BANKERS &?BR0E1&3. SHLZ. TOUR VXCOtREXT 3CAXET. The fellowiac arc the rates said, by 13108. S. MAKR, BROKER, corner of Unioa aad College streets, for uncurrent money. These quotation. are liable to fluctuatebut may be depended on fer a sufficient length of time for resuMaECt to be received by mail or express, K forwarded with-. outdeiay. f texxessic Bank of Falton .J5 ,m , , " Savannah 40 BankofTennessee.old theStateofGaa) i., .T?,"C ?? City Bank of Angneta-fiO Planters' Bank 55 Farmers' and Mcuhan- Union Bank rX0 i-s Bank, . ...13 Bank.ofChattaicgi-aMcchanice'Bank -..12 " Commcrt-;. Merchants' and PJan- ' KBOXViIle W ters'Uank.. M " H.cm,raii-' Planters' Bank 15 " Middle Tenn-flO unon Bank ...10 the Union par !T lnlt Tunu A2 Bank of Cp'Fewr Back Is Bank. City Bankv nommererXl RAnk -par cnwiott: Claremlcin 12 Commerw J3B FayetteviUe10 Lexington. -26-N CaroSina30 Wadesburo'-ai. Washlairten 10 Wilmiairton-M Yn.nivvill 10 lerchants' " . Northern par Oeoeo " 42 Bask of Shclbyville SO Southern Bank 25 Traders' Bank .50 IiifeandueaeraUnsur- ance uompany. SOUTH CAROLINA, ISO Comatrcial.BanE -15 Farmers' Bank of N. Hamlin Bank vf Camdeo f JO Merchants' Banl:. 25 " Charleston 18 Bank ofRoxboni -25 " Chester. .18 Miners' and Planters' " Georgetown 17 Bank--. 15 " vSSfciS' it T1ROI.1IA. is ewberry la , " the State of S. Bank of Berkley 75 Carolina ... .18 Commerce JO Commercial Bank. .15 " Howardsvilleao Exchange Bank 15 . . the Old Do- Farraers'andExchange minion-- Bank 12 Bank of Richmond 15 Merchants' Bank .18 . 50CtPn?!c-S Peoples" Bank., W . 50c.1S,nfMnl-Y2 Planter, lUnlc Of Pair- SjCOttSVlllC 10 fl.u . i " theVsJleyof ii.n. .,i ri,.r,r Viriinla.. -- - Sj ti.nfc'j .s Bank of Virginia .J-V State"Ban!ri."S5S!r.aiS WheeJing--2B Southwestern tt.-B--.jSO , , tI"","'?,',"; Union Banki 1---. Central Bank of Vai0 . . Danville Bank...-. 15 lou miaxa. Exchange Banl: or VaJO Bank of America-. par ExchangeBank at Wes 7 i LouUiana-..i0 ton -.. 20 N ew Orleass-SO Exchange Bank at Al Canal Bank ...-90 exandria 40 Citizens' Bank.-.. CO Fairmount Bank 60 Crescent City Bank40 Farmers' Bank of Fin Louisiana State Bank-40 castle SO Mechanics 'and Traders' Farmers' Bank of Va.-25 Bank .--80 Manufacturers and Merchants' B ink 40 Farmers' -SO Southern B nk ..par Merchants' Bank .30 Union Bank .-50 Merchants' and Me New Orleans Scrip 80 chanics'- 75 luiivr ' Wortnwestern iJan XI i i r 1 1 1 uutunraiciu aiu m Bank of Mobile- 10 T-,.n Ttnk iU Montgomery-SO Selma 25 n..i.i nn Central Bank--- JO SUvc Dollars ;110 Commercial Bank 30 .. 'Ualrcs and .. Eastern Bank.- 48 Qaarte 433 Northern Bank. J riO c:7 t: ...1 ir.tr- Southern Bank ...0 riimM 13n GEORGIA. Vouchers. 9n Central Railroad Bank 80 Tennwseo I3on Is A Georgia Railroad and Davidson u. ttonow Hanking company uu ...u-u.ni-Mg Bank of .Middle Ua 65- ... Marine Bank ooj-n,,,!,! :., ronnon II A X KIXQ HOUSE A. wiTTE E I E8 SaC CO. 25 UNION STREET. DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Exchange, Uncurrent Money, Gold and Sil ver, Government Vouchers,, State and United States Bonds, Foreign and Domestic Bills! They take great pleasure in calling the attention of their old friends, and tbe tradinz nublic gene rally, to tbe fact 'that . their bannerols again nn- rurled, and tney respectfully ask a share ot their patronage. Below are our ratos for uncurrent Bank notes, Ac. Txxx-ss-g. t.m ot mtun. ..: Bank of Tennessee old .. ?nn??; issue. 35,.. btateof Ja15 Planters' Bank -55 UanK of Augusta.15 Union Bank 58 '".'V.0 jcuu- Bank of Chattanooga-20 uIfL.ilvn?irr: 'i" L'ommerce-isu "" ,""i"-.rr Tl" Knoxville 40 Merchants' aad Plant Memphis 75 ra, I""T 06 MiddleTenn- Kla.nter 10 Par. 40 Union Bank-.. 05 U5i0nPan i SOKTII CAUOLIXA. y est "Acnn rvr . Buck's Bank- Bank of Capo' Fear- -par 20 Citr Bank .45 Charlotte 20 Clarendon 10 CoBJnerce 15 Fayetteville.ft Lexington .a) N. Carolina. Wadeboro 15 Washlngton-05 Wilmington-15 Commercial Bank A5 . ,. Merchants' "' !45 t , Northern " par .. Ocoee " 40 ., Bank of Sbelbyville 75 Southern Bank 10 ,. Traders' Bank... 25 . .- Life and General Insu- ranee Company 25 SOUTH CABOUXA. 1 anceyville-Os Commercial Bank. 10 Farmers' Bank of N. Bank of Camden 25 ,,Val?"na:,Tr": Charlcston.-15 f."rSifS Chester. 15 l5ank-Of Roxboro -20 Georgetown..l5JIj?e' onJ Flanters' Hamburg 15 hn 20 Newberrv.. 12 rnnmi Bank pf the.SUte of m Smith I'nrolinn . S JJCltlcjr- uu Commercial Hank 12 ,, Commerce. 25 Exchange Bank 12 HowardsvilIelO the Old Do minion. 30 Richmond 15 Rockbridgc-25 Rockingham. ScotUrillc 10 the Valley of Virginia. 25 Virginia. 15 Wheeling. 75 Winchester 25 farmers and Exchange liank ...... ..iu Merchants' Bank .15 PeoDlcs' Bank..- 40 Planters' Bank of Fair- field . 12 Planters' and Mechan ics' Bank ..... .20 State Bank -10 Southwestern R.Road.25 Union Bank CO , Central Bank ef Va.15 Danville Btnk 10 L'I II..U fV. K LOUISIANA, Bank of America- America. par .Sir 1 -xi Exchanse B k at Ys- New Orleans) ,.toP .-.15- Canal Bank. "cnange uank ot AI- Citiiens' Bank SO exandria... Crescent City Bank40 i""uu,'V; T S Louisiana Stkto Bank-40 1 a? l'nk "t Finr Mechanics' A Traders .castle -.. 15 Bank 80 armers Bank of V a-15 Merchants' Bank. joanuiactuxer- far Southern Bunk par,,mer 1a,,,r- Union Bank .-CO Merchants Bank.aj New Orleans Scrip 80 -Merchants and Mo- vuauim -4sj4 w alabaua., Northwestern Bank.-40 Bant of Mobile: .70 i1w?s,,:n,J,a' J? JIcntgomery5 iruc" Selma "S . " . . - CentralTlankU.i---".ow-'-tl"-;.'- Commercial BankJU 20 Si vcrf.DoI ars .-140 Eaatcrn Bank 15 Jl"'", Qaar" NorthernBank 50 ""-'.nlCT - Southern Bank 70 , Jimr uimes.,-lJ? aEoaaiA. Tennessee Bonds .83 Central R.Road Bank.s5 Davidson co. Bonds- 70 Georgia Railroad and, L. A H. R, R. Script .75 Aianking lompanyra Bank 6f Middle Ua.'. S5 The above bonds aro Marine Bank 65 boug't with coupons from Bank of Augusta 23 1SC1 included. Augusta Insuranco 10 Bank of Athens .15 N. Carolina Coupons 34 Columbus. 12 Memphis City CouponstO Commerce 10 Tennessee Coupons 50 Empire St'to-15 Georgia Coupons -30 'educationalI Select English & Classical Sckeel, rpHE NEXT TERM OF MY SCHOOL FOR JL Boys will commence on Jloinlny, Febru ary Otli. A few more pupils can be received. School Room in Basement of tbo Cumberland .Presbyterian. Church. Summer street. . V janlO-lw W.UlL'iS TllUJirSU.N. EdRcflcld School for Boys. THE 25tm SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL WILL commence January 15th, Wm, in the Base ment of Hobson Chapel. Tuition $25 per session, payable monthly in advance. No deduction for lost time. , - , JAMES ANDERSON. Janl2-2t ' ' Clawileal, Sfnifaematlcsl, and ITnffllxIi School. Tho Exercises of my School will be resumed on MONDAY, THE FIRST OF JANU ARYISGC. jn the Rooms in tbe Sontheatt.corner o( the First Presbyterian Cha'rcn. Entrance from Spring street. Additional Pupils can be received. Natii. Ckom. dec30 Ini' ,1 ,' ! jr dim i.Educatey.our Children. Tlie" Hemlcary Ijwllea' In the large and elegant Kirkmnn Building; cor ner of Summer and Cedar streets, offers very superior advantages, as a Bearding and Day SchooL True Scholarship' Order,1 Moral and Social Cnlture. are tho leading ideas in this Institution. In addition to the regular EDjlishcoanc, Music, and the French clisscs, there are now more pupil in Latin in, this School, it is believed, than in any ever conducted in this city. The Next Sunios will open on MONDAY. JaBuary 29PeiitsHMy'eEttr'oatbe',nrt 01 January, howtvef Je4.bobtt)!r prepared for the ensuing session. W. E. WARSy P. O. B6X 449, Principal. dcc28 lm THE CeLUXBU AUIXXKUK, Columbia, Tcun. OUR JfEXT SESSION OPENS ON THE 29th of January, to elose on the 29th of June. Board and Tuition from One Hundred and Five to One Hundred aad Tweaty-itrea dollars. The Library. Apparatus', etc-wen nninlured by the war, and every department of instruction is mora ably conducted than ever before. Examination and Concert Jiaaary 26tb. ,Ma.? UWQ.VXVW, Rector. janz, PRATT'Sf Academy of Dancing, ' COR, CHi'RCH AX'is'VK NE STREET, NASIIVILLE,'12NN. AM. 1'ASHje.TABI.i; itASCbff, WTflTTERATICAIXT TAUGHT class rs xgrr as follows ; MASTEiL MISSES , AND LADIES CLASS', every Wedaesdajr aed Ntarday inemoos. Gents' Cl, Wediw-day al Situhky hiniai at il4 o clock. - - 'i 'J'.Sj This pli WxelatTiy for new Whine? . TxtlH Ten DoHan, fer tba Sesafes, is adrans , GEORGE PRATT, Teaeter. dec9-lf POST Qlttt Sax 278. Late cf Evaas k go.,' Late Fitehcpherdica. W.H.BVAS.-. l,J,(sK.K:OAnXXg, Late of Evans t co!. e Late f Gardner CO. -. B. B. BCCTtKB. oj ?f i,t-rf?. id vLatofGrdaer4Co. iLateof Evaas cv.uLate With Gardner aco., MM, KITE G0. SO. 4, lAiJLOCK, 1 NASHVIIiliE, XEINIV.' -.lift -ij 1 '.,' 1 WE ARE NOW. OPENING A LARGE AND welt assorted stock or FOREIGN AND AMERICAN B ET &O 033 8 VARIETIES, Boots, . Shoes, Hats, AND V.'f : i - I - ' . ... . , BILIDY" MADE CI.OTIIIXG, 1 . , PUHCHASED.POR CASH Sinco the recent decline' tn prices, which we offer to tae Trade AT VERY LOW l'RICEN. Being connected with EVANS, GARDNER i CO. of New York City, and IMPORTING all Foreign, and purchasing from Manufacturers all Americau Goods, and possessing every advantage of getting Goods at LOWEST PRICES We feel every confidence in. laying to Men bants that wo will sell them as Cheap as they can pur chase in - AJfTT SIARUET.-a Having adopted the CASH SYSTEM, of both Buying and Selling, enables us to do business on a VERY NMAIX ADVANCE, so that those who buy from us can compete with Stocks purchased any where. ' Having resident partners in New York, gives us advantages, in keeping'np a Stock, which Mer chants will find large and well assorted throughout the season. W solicit aa Examination ol our Stock. Evans, Fite & Co., SO. 4, XN BLOCK, JTANIIVILLE, TEXXE8SKE. declS Sm GROCERIES, PRODUCE &c FEESH FAMILY GR0CEEIES. "SirE HAVE ON HAND A GOOD ASSORT W MENTof FAMItY GROCERIES, Consisting iu part of Sugar, ik- , t COlTCC, !!.! FniHs, ' Mackerel,' Flour, Tobacco, ClgarH, etc., Which we will dtspose of at private sale for fair prices. We have also for rale, 1000 buihoU of prima heavy Oats, which we wish to close out at once under instructions. , . MR. WM. PRICHARb lonr and favorably known to this community has taken quarter with us, and will be pleased to see his old friend and customers. GODSIIALL & HOLLAND. decW tf 3'A South Market street. 1 OOO 1TOEslI,S VKAC11 nL0U' P0TA 1 000 BUSIIELS PIUME 0AT3' In store, and for sale at prices below tbe market by GODSIIALL !e HOLLAND. Our Auction Sale bn Thursday next will em brace a fine variety of Liquors, Tobacco and Gro ceries generally, together witht he consignments above mentioned, . GODSIIALL HOLLAND, 3'A South Market street. decl9-Ct H. T. UiSSISOALI. KX. JiKTCKIt. MASSENGALE i SNYDER, NtorugT, I'oVwnnllnsr Jc Ocupral Oommission Merchants', NO. S SOUTH MARKET STREET, PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO X- the buying and selling of COTTOX,' TOBACCO CHOCEKIKS A3T PHODCCK GENERALLY, Contigamesls Respectfully Solicited. RcfereacM : AIX. Fall. NasbvUI. Tenn. Hillman Brothers, Nuaville, Tens. R. T. Kitknatrick, Nashville, Tenn. .IiBiM Nirfcol, Ni4iVille,-l'ran. D. II. BaWrrin Co:. New York. Andrew Buchanan Jc Co., LouUriHr, Ky. Witerhou. Pesr". JcCo., Bankers. X. Y. H. Daniel k Co., Ciseianati, Ohio. llmakxJt Porter, Ciseianati, Ohio. Gsrthrie Co., JiOairrUIe. Oraie & Farrar, Atlanta, Ga. P. t.- Pease; Maeon. Ga. dee4-w3a. ACHK CKIATHA V. ,'.T,91HU. C It IX XXV. ARCHER CIIEATirA3f A CO., WHOLESALE GEO0EES AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Asd Importers of Brandies, Wjnes and Liquors, And Dealer! Is Tbcce,HaTaBRa Cixajra, etc., S6. CSLLEfif! BTRfiHT, derft-lea NA.rnrILLE. TX.VX. A CAKD. r juven4poca.oi inyvnure mock er l)nig. .MeJt inaif. etc- tn Memnr. R- K JKMCrVM A-01 Wbowi I eenhoee tae biedaeeej at theodtan So.X Market street. I lake thU opeortmslvW' retara'say tta.nk to Utei aJN f..r tbe very.llber patreaage 'wfcitn he twttf etteedni to-i for" wnteer.ef jeaH.ed bwpeak a eewtisitMee of it 10 my weeeei'vrs, witom 1 ntest Heart y Hnwcteaa ts toMe Mrarer experieace, applfeaSw. auer gy afil in tetrity. T. WELSl. dee-2-lEB. WASHIXGTOSr Insnvaiice Company, OJ" - ----- XTRTN TORK. ASsirre? iK;o,m II03CE Insurance Coinimiiyj or: 2VEW. HAYEXL ASSETTS BLICIEScovcrlag rUfa'ags.Hi. Are. and also :y River and Rail Road issued oa mctt-bvor- aDictcrmj.tt.thi4 agency by - - P. P.' PECK, . Art at NaskvUIe. Orncc temporarily at Forbes Jc Staes. Cor ner ofiCollepo and Union StrecU.. . janl ly-ins The State1 Imswrwacc Co., OF lr.' XaskTlll c,, v CaP it a l $ 3 ooi61bo. FIRE. MARINE, HULL ANDINLAND Transportation Risk taken at equitable rates. OFFICE, SEWSB SAtlvSAL BASKTlO!J!. College Street, LOSSES FA1BL! AWrSTIJ 1M msmY '?AI3. OFFICERS. JOHN LUMSDEN, President. W. J, THOMAS. Vice President. . JAMES STEELE. Secretary.: ' JOSKPH NASH. General Ageat. deet-Ja. KEEP INSURED. NASimi,IiE' COMMERCIAX. INSURANCE COXVAXY, Capital All PalU In. rHIS COJIPANT. ESTABLISHED IN" lSJi L insures Buildings, Vessels in Port, Merchan dise, Household Furniture, and other property on the most liberal terms. FIRE. MARINE. AND INLAND RISKS TAK EN AT LOWEST RATHS. XiOftNeM Ubcralljr Adjusted and Promptly Paid by thkt Company. Premiums paid in Gold will bo entitled to returns in Gold in case cf loss. Parties or Firms giving us their Marine BasintM will be entitled to preference in Fire Policies. Ample Security, Ihir Boiet, Prompt Puymentt. BIRECTOKS. ALEXANDER FALL, JAMES WOODS, JNO. KIRKMAN. W. wTBERRY. WM. T.BERRY, C. V.. HILLMAN, M.BURNS. JNO.H. KMT IN. W. H. EVANS. . SAM. PRICU1TT. ROBERT THOMPSON. ALEX. FALL, Pres'U R. O. MoNAIRT. Sec'y. dect-tjanl. I1ST SUH A.jS'iCJE. THE TENNESSEE Marin e an&'F frr e ti lssvRAXvr. WMPAjriri:!. I vj,;. - ' t . ft. Under the new charter, U now open frjliuaineM AT. NO. 31 NORTH - COLLEGE n STREET ' ' Next door to corner of 'Un!u ftrtet JOSEPH TV. AEEEX, Pretdet, A. W. HCTT.EK. HM-rjlni-y. DIRECTORS. John M. Hill. Watson M. Cooke, C. A. R. Thompson, D. Weaver. Daniel F. Carter, John B. Johnson. Samuel Vanleer, G. 21. Fogg, R. B. Cheatham, A. G. Adams, Josea W. Allen. dect ly EEAL ESTATE, to.' NELSON I MUEFREE 31EAX, ESTATE AGENTS, fJa Chorry.Ktrect, Bear Ualeitr NASHYILLE, tenk, KAVE a Urge amount of Real EUts to tell tn this and the ailjoining States. THEV BUY AND SELL City, County and Stats Bonds on eommbiloa. as well as every description of Government 'Securi ties TWO MAURY COUNTY FARMS are offered at very reasonable 'prices. Abo, one in Williamson. .." A PLACE ON THE CUMBERLAND1RIYF.R. of 100 acres, Jn.Jackloa, county, Teaa for sale ai'I.ENBI CITY PROPERTY FOR SALIX QO FEET on Church strut, opposite the Mai -OU well House and MaaonleTenple, at a reason able price. This is central, choice property, ai Is more than 3Xl Xeet deep. 43 Feet, improved, on Vine street, between Church and Union, very choice location, tat the improvements are moderate. Tbe price is very low. 3 Feet, with large bricfc dwelling, va Vine street, between Union and Cedar, being about the most desirable location for residences in the city. 200 Feet on MeGarock street. West Nash vllle. on which is a neat Brick Dwelling, S er 7 rooms, lltcben. stable, etc;, and j3rst-rat cut era. Price ocly fJ.W. House and prtaiscs in goed order. 10 Feeton Broad street. Wt Nas&ville. with eleeest 'new Brick House, eontainisc 10 or 1 rooml, kitchra, stabM, twe sistrras, carttbbery, eta., etc;. t $15,000. Very desirable. If not sold witbln-ten days, tbbt large and choice ple will be rented for the maaloder of this and therwhole of aext year. 30 Feet on North Market street, eerar of Log eust, on which is the well knows r!at Smith house. Price $lifl. 30 reel on Spruce street, wita lr. ekgant pnd ntwBnck Dwolling. costaiaiwc H roesu.2 batli rooms, kitchen, extra ie. wilk J4, water, and every modern Improvement. 15 -Feet, on Park street, with common Im provement, very lor. This preperty rtws through to Summer. I'e"' on College struet. being ta lower por tion of the- lot now occupied by Department Headquarters, belonging to Dr. Wattrs. Price, $o00 per fooU A ehoice little lot en North College, Jut below be Pnbiie Sauare, at a sacrifice. SALOON AND RESTAURANT. We offer for sale a Saloon bd Reaarat. caw dolnr a nroStabla basinesf. in thrvery ceatre of trade, at a price perfectly satisfactory." ' EDGEFIELD. We have nrr l.VO feet of twnd wTW meet ehoi and desirable streets lu detfor lease for Ave year from lstJaouerr next. Mfeieje 'which ought to be satisfact-ty.ta. thuc Mt U ' '""calfl ' SKIMS Jk Xt'KFXM, I deeMa a i it