openixci ani crcsixd or tiii
1M urtdB ljt .7:K a. K.
119 a. h W3r. m,
First WntliliiKtoii iiml SoulIi-iii via
180 midnight 79 a, m,
H-TOinl1Viv.lilni.ton antl Southern .la
40 '.-. - r. u
lt-r.1-i--.-iiiii1il hiiiI Sew Orleans
180 dtbt -Srftt r-
fMs?flMl'nnjl KfiilueU II. It.
Nnrlliv.P'.t-'iii R. R.
2:0. p. it lftA.
Lebanon vlr. ,Slirf.
IftflO midnight r-M r-
Tbuuiabvlllp via Klnge.
I raWnlght THMdwfirlS p. k,
Jot -Utn'M Nloi-o via Slnj-.
Monday llsW aldb.bt l.-W r.
Wednesday dn di
Friday . do - A
FwhiT'a .' v. to G r. m. Siiday-.7to9 a. v.
It A I LKO AO TIM F. TABI.I
NASHVILLE AND M-PATUIt KAIT.IIOAP MNI-.
Orinm)ila AcraatBodHttAn Train :
Arriva at XmIivIIIc.,. W W a: ai,
Leave " -
Mail and A-pHmid illon Train :
Leave Nashville at 7.4 a. v
Arrive at Nashville --m .4rt r. M.
Memphis. Mobile and N. 0. Kxpre:
Leare NathvHle at - 7"W P. M.
Arrive at Nabville . &4ftA.r.
lAttfHTVILLI. AND NASHVILLE RAII.HOAU.
Leave Nftfbvlllc at f.0n a. . ami liLM p. w.
Arrlvest I.nuVvHdft at- 1.00 p. t. and -SSI r. v.
Leave " 7.00 a. v. end W p. y.
Arrive at Naaliville at 1.2S p. u. and 4.15 a. v.
Passenger Car attached to Freight Train :
Leave Nashville at- - 3.W p. t.
Arrive at Nathville . - -11.30 a. m,
NAHIIVII.I.B AMI CHATTAXOOOA RAII.TUMft.
Leave Xw4tv1lle at MW X. M. and S.00 p. m.
Arrives at Sb etbyvill.. ..Oil a. m. and .' p-
Arrive at Ctelln- ton p. if. im 2.01) . m.
Leave Cajt-Mt. 7.40 a. vt. ami 7.40 p.m.
Arrive nt NaliviHe AM A. il. anil JD P.
Leave ervilla.4..r'.V a. m. and I8.tt rt.
An.vt .. ne-..ll.iu a. m. mm f r. m
rap. enger iruitw.
Leave KaAvHIeat r .-.....5.09 p. M
Arrive at .i.hn-OBVille at .00 p. vt
Leave Jehafenvtlle at - - 4.00 A. JJ
Arrive at Fv.lle ......10.W a.'m
HtmHfini.1) AND KENTUCKY RAILIIOAI).
Arrive atjaidiville at-.. ,. .-AQ0. .
.... T.T p. a.
Sew Ail vrrf lpiiiriit.
Wi aaJI attention lp tlio following advyr-
tiperapHts wliirli aiMr in tlim tnorning'w
inner for.tlie firat time. The reatier i
referral Id Ihcin in anotliercol'.imii :
Tl(we ilonlrinc to einlmrk in oolt?it nu
itiK are allbnlrd an opportunity of doing
ho liv Oeo. V. SliieltlB.
Tlie American JCxprw('oinpfln(j''"Mei-.
rlianU' Disia(cii" line leaves "New York'
city daily, and atlonw alilppers everv racil
itvforotiick transportation. M. IJ. i'ilrlier
in the airent here.
A vratoli ltttftMievn lot, witli the iriitiali
H. L. iHieraved inside. The Gnder will he
rewarded hv leaving it at 17 N. Market t-t.
Sales of valuable real and personal pro-
iwf will ba made, under deeree nt the U.
x. Circuit Court, on Wednewlny, the 13th
of March next, by E. R. Campbell, special
Au importaut notice to rtockraiget'4 ia
aigned by V. Q. Hardline;.
The dnbtors and cfedilora of the late
Frank McQavock are called on for settle
ment, by W. G. Harding, executor.
P. Turncy, clerk and master, imae a
notice to non-residenld, from the Chancery
Court at Sparta, Tenn.
The AdoJphi (late Old) Theatre will be
opened next Thursday evening, by Man
agar Jael Davis, with a pood company.
Chancery Bftlt of land at McEwcn sta
tion, N. i N. W. R. R., will be made on
Tuesday, 2Qth irwt., by M. B. Howell.
The " Rltecaa " Captain Hildrcih, will
leave to-day at 12 o'clock, for Evansviile,
Louisville and Cincinnati.
The "Tyronr," OtIIiirmag, will
at 4 P. M. to-day, for Cairo, St. Loui.
Mmphis and New Orleans.
H. NoRWESTnn and Dock Wood were
up yoatorday before Justice "Wilkinson for
fighting, and find each $1 and coots. That's
a Utile cheaper court than the Recorder's.
Alt. Rigut. The at cam fire engine
Eclipse No. 1, which was damaged a short
time ainee, ha been thoroughly repaired,
and fs now an good as new. flhp wai fairly
tiied yesterday afterneon, and poured forth
a tlood a uwinl.
Dull. Yesterday was the dullest day
of the wilder. Rut little business of any
kind was transacted. The cotlou market
was parlioulurly flat. There was no good
reason fpr this slate of things, and some
thing li ill1 rent is expected to day.
Dni.AY.KD. The regular Louisville pas
wiiger I rain, due here last ovening, was de
layed an hour behind time. The cause of
the. detention was some slight nrvldcii, to a
freight train, near Elicahelhtowu, Ken
tucky, and il in turn delayed the jwssenger
A WENT. Of late wi many member of
Ihe Hons of Heprcsentatives have been
alfenl thai a quorum cannot he Mvurcd at.
all.limes. Two or three times yesterday
Ihe'body was without a quotum, and in
consequence lumnew was retarded some
TnEe4d sap f the lal few days has
niveMWAy loa more genial atmosphere. Yos
tenlay the mm came out in all his plendor.
gradually moiling away the snow which
had waked up the jingle of the merry
sleigh bells, ard cutting short the sort of
Ihesewo of loy who, on minialure sleighs,
bawl each Htlier ell-iuelldown steep and
slippery sidewalks. A general thaw had
Item giiig o doring the day, and last
"n'ii the iltar jla,i moderated to a
temperature suggesting u. ,.rr;iy of
discarding ovemmts, ami dotling nufHers.
MaNIEKPTO I'HOM THE HEAD OE THE
Ri'Krtu. A cirenlar just ismieil by tlen.
Howanl, head coMtmissiouer of the Freel
men's IWireau. will increase the d i Iliad ty
of SamWs pleasur' trips at the expense of
I'ncle Sam. As it may" aflivl -jwrties in
this rt of the Hureau vineyard, we pub
lish the document for tlie lHr.efit of all
concerned. Hre it is:
Special attention of the assistant nwimii.'
stoners of this Hureau is cslltsl Li the sub
ject of tntr.Mttalioti. Tranportation is
given only to telieve the government from
the support of the imlifwil. ami to ealle
those in extreme want to reach plac where
they can proride Ar thenmim. Here
after no onlers for t ran si rotation of refu
srees arni freeilmen will tssHo rpt from
this oiice, and every application, besides
th rigid eowlitiofM alroady inpoacd. man
Mt forth clearly the fact of extreme desti
tutHM, whioJi tt b certified to by tlie
a?iMant commiamonet in jverson
Wr olrr that several of tlie Soutltern
papers have followed the example of the
Nakvi!l proa in mincing tlie rates of
nnbsoriptioH. We are glad toaoe that the
leading religious as well as the secular
press is parsu ing this course. The Atlanta
Intitr and .SbtrtfaneaVra BafXitL the leading
journal of that denomination in the SotHh,
has redueod ks rata from five To four dol
lars per imrnai. More of the jiraaperitT of
the rsKitluTM wo)He oepeMH upo our
purely religion press than is generally j
apposed, ami it is to be hoped that this j
infiueoe mfcy be made universal, by plac- '
ing thU ciaH of pblioatins at the lowest
Ituokn (indTiuitlouMry, ,
KawiMpw rtMS V J "O,
TwJlJiV. al- J
Tin: stockholders of the proposed tjew
national Itenk had a mee'ting yesterday and
elected director. Their name will be
found in our finaucial column.
Scalded-A little girl named Bums,
living oo Cedar street near Summer, was
pceHj badly scalded yesterday morning, by
the overturning of a vessel containing boil
ing water. The little sufferer was pretty
badly, Imt not dangerouly, damaged about
thp neck ami arm.
Released on Bail. Yesterday, after
noon a negro named Aleck Johns, on
giviogthe necessary security five hundred
dollars, we believe was released from the
county jail. The'crimeTor which Kle was
Jncarcerted was larceny, and his trial conies
on" at the next term of the Criminal Court.
Recorder's Court, Feb. 11. Wade
Hampton, u.'ing language calculated to pro
voke breach of the jteace, $10 and costs.
('. C. Rice, disorderly conduct, coils.
ColflmbHs Rice, disorderly conduct, cosIh.
Oeo. 1 fori on, disorderly conduct, costs.
Cleo. Nicholson, disorderly conduct, $!
The Nicolo.n' Pavement. The handx
employed in laying the Church and Spruce
street railroad yeslerday had occasion to
take up a small portion of the Nicolson
pavement near its lerminalion on Church.
The blocks thus removed were found to be
in a perfect state of preservation, not evn
showing any signs of water or weather
liaving touched them. The ends compos
ing the surface of the Mreet showed very
slightly the eflects of use, but upon apply
ing the rule the length was about the same
as when put down eight or nine months
ago there had been no perceptible wear
ing away, inasmuch as the AicAuamiza
tion on Church and Cherry, contieuoua.latd
since the wooden pavement was put down,
nas already worn out, it. appears Hint our
experience with the Nicolson has been a
The Adelvhi. After the long dearth in
the way of amusements, it is peculiarly
gratifying to be ublc to state definitely that
the Old Drnry, so long the pride of Nash
ville play-goers, is to be opened positively
on Thursday night, initiating the theatrical
season. As may be seen by advertisement
in another column, a first-class company
ban been secured, and Mr. O. B. Doud, who
is spoken of very favorably by the Louis
ville papers, will be the atar for a few
evenings. On Monday evening, we learn.
Miss Dora Miaw, now playing a successful
engagement in Louisville, will commence
an engagement Theine weather will very
soon set in, and we trust that our amue-
meiit seekers will turn out in such force, as
to give manager Davis all necessary en
couragement in the inauguration and con
tinuance of his enterprise.
Saterpay's Accident on the Louis
ville Railroad. The first minor of the
acoident which occurred on the Louisville
railroad, on Saturday, made it appear more
serious than it really was. The facts con
neetrd with the affair are these: Passenger
train No. 4 left this city for Louisville at
twelve o'clock on that day, and when a
mile and a half north of Franklin, hv some
accident, two passenger care and the bag
gage car were thrown from the track, one
of the passenger and the baggage car being
precipitated down an embantinont and
completely demolished. Fortunately, there
were not more than ten or twelve passen
gers on the train, nearly all of whom were
in the nassenper car, which was not in
jured. Those who were in the car thrown
dojvn the embankment were all more or
le.fi hurt, though none seriously. Among
those iniured are Mninr R. Cnmnlnn in
ductor, Blane Marshal, Jr., baggage-mas-
er, anu a uraKeman wnose name was not
given. I lie accident was caused by the
lenvv snow. or. an ome assert, bv the
track beingout of line.
Relioioib AwAKENrNQ. The revival of
reitglon which has been going on in nthe
i irsi rresoyierian Uliurch for tlie last
three weeks, still continues with increasing
interest. On Hunday evening, after a very
earnest and impressive discourse from Rev.
Dr. Nail, those interested in religion, and
wiihing the prayersof'thc Church, were in
vited fnrwartl Dnrinrr tha oinmni. nf
couple ot hyranj. about forty in the consre-
i: i tt r l
ya-iun, iiKuny an oi wnora were young per
sons under twenty, went to the front, thiis
manifesting publicly their desire for the
t.A..A.. . . t' 4 1. . . 1 . , .
l-iovri- in me ((uireguiiun, anu uicir
anxiety for their spiritual welfare. Last
night the lecture room was perfectly
crowded, nnd the services indicated even
more solemnity than characterized the ex
ercises of any previous meeting. Doctors
Bunting and Nail have labored incessantly,
night and day, since the incipient stages
of the revival, and their labors are now
being crowned with abundant success.
Frozen .to Death. A melancholy case
of death from exjosure to the weather oc
curred on Sunday night, probably the cold
est we have had during the recent freeiing
spell. Yesterday morning early a young
man named Andrew Matlerer was found
on the commons, near Maple street, South
Nashville. On learning of the matter,
Cornor Norvell summoned a jury composed
of the following pernios: Ambrose Owen,
foreman. Win. White, Harry Hill, Samuel
Hill. Joseph Clark, Thonias Briard, and
John Stewart. An inquest was held,
anil after the necessary investigation,
a verdict was rendered' that deceased
came to his death by being frozen while in
an intoxicated condition. Matlerer was
alxint twenty-six years of age, a jeweler by
by trade, and for some time previous to his
death had been working at Faller's shop,
in Deaderick street. He was, it is said,
possessed of fine natural talents, and was
not only an adept in his own particular
business, but excelled as a portrait and
landscape painter. Among the articles
found on his person after death, were three
silver watches and a. breastpin. His iv
mains were taken care of by Ris friends,
ami properly interred.
Merchants' Freight Line. Our younj:
friend M. B. Pilcher has been appointed
agent of this fat and reliable line at thin
point. Shippers will find it totlieir inter
est to send Ireight by the Merchants' Dis
patch. The otlice of the agent is at Rhea,
Smith A Co.'s, South Market street, where
Imsinoss will becarefullvattended to. .
("oiHinswNDCoLDsare often overlooked
A continuance for any length of time
cause irritation of the lungs or some
chronic throat disease. "Brown's Bron
chial Troches" are offered with the fullest'
cottfidaiHV in their efficacy, giving almost
invariably sure ami immediate relief.
THOS. WAIN. JoS. WALKEK.
WAIiV i- WALKEK,
VTATERriELD & WALKER.
I AIDES' FURS,
WILL OA RUT OK THE BUSINESS AT
II the Id stand. wre ther will be rdoaeed
to meet all ihr old frieedt and m tastiy sew
one a will tmll tm iW ,
WAIX A- W.HHER,
jaa '-tt ait PI ItMf SQITAKK.
Shelby Female Institute.
mUESIWOMD TER.M OF THE CPRRENT
j. ion oi un iBMiiuuuB will cemmanr. i
Monday. February 4th. aad Hom? tb taint
TiHiradar of Jmb. PumU rbarl frern the
date of ewtranee oftly, i'be cure of lB4tar
Iiom it eeaafiteseoMve bad tbereaab, and hi
ataay napaaM imeaqealteiLtoa an namiBatioB
br paraata (N rtgf, ZfgQbrte irirtbd
m Plyasaw. M. O. BITTLBR.A. .M
S. B, SPURLOCK & CO.,
ClINCE THE FIRE OF THE 15th INST.
O have ciiened and and are now receiving new
supplies hi .
FOUKIUN AMI SiOSIKSTIf
And would bo ploaied In have the patronage ot
their former friends und faitoiners, at their
Nos. 7 and .9 Broad Street,
Where they will take ple.iure in Glling their
UARRIS, UII.LLR t CO., SUASF, BXLI. t CO..
Cinp'mnsli, Ohi.i. Atemphii, Tenn
BELL, HARRIS & CO.,
. NEW ORLEANS. LA.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
V il ill i1 I S S 1 0 X M E U V. H A T S.
JJKFERKINU TO THE AlinVE. WE REV
av Hiitr.-iiiiii miiil'u riiuviKUiiiciu, iriiu nur
irieniu!. nespeciionv.' .
HELL. HARRIS Sc CO.
Me$jr?. Stratlon.Cheney&Roy. Nashville, Tenn
Messrs. Beaumont A- Co., Cl.irk.nille, Tenn.
I. N. Kennedy. Eq..
Uen. R L. C'arutber. Lebanon, Tenne.ee.
Qearge Burnley, llnrtsville, Tennes?ee.
7 . - 1S07
THE SPRING MEETING WILL C0M
inence Tuesday, May 7th, and continue du
ring the week.
TliE YOFNO AJIERICA STAKE For Two
ear Olds. Dash of Tbree-Qiiartera of a Mile.
$25. Hay orVay. Tho Association tondd $100.
ASSOCIATION lTRSK-Ssno. Mile Heatn.
THE GREEN STAKE For Three Year Olds,
that did not appear in public up to January
1st. 1SG7. Mile Heats. $W. Play or Pay. The
Association to add $300.
. .Seconil Itacp.
-THE INVITATION STAKE For all Apes.
Two Mile Heats. $100, Play or Pay. The As
sociation to add 81.(00. The Second Horse to
Het half ofthe entrance money.
THE CUMBERLAND STAKE. No. l.-For
Three Year Old. Mile Heats. $100 Eutrance,
$o) Forfeit. The Association to add iSOO.
ASSOCIATION PURSE-JJ.ro. Milo Heats
Three best in Five.
THE SEWANEE STAKE For all Aes. .Jtftle
Ueats. J100 Entrance, $fO Forfdlt. The As-
4oeiaion to add $3(0.
ASSOCIATION PlTRSE-tBW for n Daih of
inree fll les.
THE CUMBERLAND STAKE, No. 2-For
Three Year Old". Two Mile Heats. 1P0 En
trance. S Forfeit. The Ao.-lation to ndd
, Kt'cn.iit Jture. . ' ' .
ASSOCIATION PITlSE-IIandicap far Beaten
Horses. ;3iO. Mile Heah.
Three or more to fill the above Stakes, except
the Invitation Stake, which will require five to
fill. No deduction for a walk- To name nnd
flow March 2Pth, 1S67. Entries to bo addressed to
... . V-O.BoxX, Nashville. Tenn.
GEO. W. DARDEN. B. F. COCKRILL,
Secretary, febl-till marchiO President.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Oiliee Uver Adams Express,
FRF.D. W. SPAIU.I.VU,
lan-lm fJenernl Aeut.
Vnlimble Vliy Property
P It SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF DECREE OF OHANCRRY
CourtVtho Property on the corner of Uni
versity and Waihinitton nnd South .Jefferson
strees, belonging to the estate ot Major E. il.
Eastman, U offered for sale.
Thi' property Is within one hundred yards of
the South Nashville Street Railroad, is plea
santly and eligibly situated, contain near four
acres, and will he sold in u body or divided into
The residence is a comfortable frame contain
ine eight rooms besides kitchen nud outhoues.
The sale will be made free from redemption,
and on a redit of six, twelve aud eighteen
months, exr ept he sum of 10 per cent, to bo paid
in cash. Notes with approved security will be
required and a lien retained.
Apply to the undersigned on the premise, or
nt Nn. HI North Cherry street.
.1. ft. ClIRREY, M. D..
C. W. SMITH,
1 TT AKMACIST.
Corner Clmrol" nnil ViuoMln.,
r HAVE THE PLEASURE OF CALLING
J. attention to the fact that I have recently
improved and re-furnished my establishment
with u larreand carefully selected slock ol
I'nre nnif Prfth nriiKx.MiHllclnes, unit
Also, a large stock nf fine English. French nnd
American PERFUMERY, including Extracts.
Soaps. Oils and Pomades. Toilet Powders and
Fancy Goods. The best WINES and LIOUOKS.
for medicinal purposes only; choice CIGAKS
Families can at all time be supplied with the
purest FLAVORING EXTRACTS, SPICES,
etc.. that are to be found in a first class Drus
I Rtvc tuv Personal attention to the careful
compounding of Prescriptions, and have for this
department a lull supply ol loo iest unemicals
ami Medicine that can be found in the market.
AT IT AGAIN.
M. 0. SFLZBAOHER,
VROI.SKaLE AND RETAIL DElETR XX
Groceries, Wines, ;Liquora,
Clears, Tobncco, Ryesturri. Eic,
No. 18 North Market Street,
Church and Union,
TN CALLING YOUR ATTENTION TO THE
4 above card. I would respectfully netify yon
that! have jsst received, and have now on hand,
a complete ttock of Fresh Family Groceries.
Wines, Lienor, Cigars. Tobacco, ete etc, and
all articles to be found In a well regulated store.
Having all facilities to rrocure the best sad
cheapest goods in jnarkct, I oiler to my friends
and patrons such inducements as will make it to
their ad vnntaiie to call and examine my stock
and prices befnre making their parrhate else
where. Thankful for past patronage, I solicit a
roatlnaance of the same.
jieeie-Sra M. - SULZRACH ;II
A SPLENDID BRICK HOUSE, CONTAIN
tagtea reeiat. neatb' fitted up, and paiutwd
tbroughotit. and surrounded by Urge and bead
tiful grounds. wMh2f aere of ground attached
knewn a the "AIRFIELD GARDENS," at
the termioafaf the Fairfield Street Railroad
will be reated at) Hberal terras by
AftRIKCT6K FARRAR. Aganu.
feUMw No. 55 Pablk Snuare.
French Brothers, No. 3 Broad street,
continuo to sell their large (toek of Iron, Nails,
Bolts, Nutls, Washers, Hinges. Vice. Anvcls,
Gum Packing, Hoes, Trace Chains, Stcclyanls,
etc. Our Tcnnc&seo Iron, TcnnoMeo Plows,
Tennessee Bellows. Tennessee Furniture need
no comment. Call and examine. Wo siUa have
six eight-wheel Freight Car, price each,
and a platform track .,enle.:3 feet, capaeity 1
tonM'rire r. febo-tf
As jligible front portion of an oSice on Church
street, in the Maxwell House, can bo i.btnined
by upplying at thi office, or at No. 79 Church
street, next door to the Masonic Hall. febl ft"
Re Sure and go ta G. Rico & Co.'s No. fti
C'olloso street, and tret Goods at nnd below C.t,
as their busine'-t will be closed bv the lMh of
February. . jan22 tf
To .Harry or not to Slurry t Whv
Not I Serious KenSctions lor oung .Men. m
Essays of the Howard Ass nciation. on the Physi-
olognl Errors. Abiise'-nnd Diseases induced by
ignorance of Nature's Law, in the first age nf
man. Sent in sealed letter envelope', free of
charge. Address. Dr. .1. Skim.ix HntjaHTov.
Howard Association. Philadelphia, Pa.
Selling Out at Xcv York ('ot.
To close buaine, we are positively closing
out at New York cost prices our stock of Fine
Groceries. Wine. Brandies, Havana and Do
mestic Cigars. PAvnoM'ixt i Riva,
ianlO 12 North Cherry street.
The Best quality of Cumberland Coal can
be had of P. U. Maon A- Co.. No. 21 North
Cherry street, at SJ M per load of 17 bushels,
delivered in any part of the city. janlO-tf
Very Nuiierlor Cumberland round and
slack Coal for sale cheap at 21 North Cherry
Yellow Pine Flooring?, at low price, cor
ner of Crawford and North Summer sis. Itf
Bnllillngr Lumber of all kinds, corner oi
Crawford and North Summer streets. (tf
Ccilm IottN mill Fencing: Lumber,
cornerof Crawford and North Summer streets.
White IMue Flooring manufactured by
Knight Brn.'s, on Rolling Mill Hill.1 for sale at
reduced prices. Office, No. 49 Church street,
A Sure Pile Cure. Dr. Gimkrt's Pile
Instrument positivclycures" the"worst cases of
piles. Sent by mail on receipt of SI. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggists. Agents wanted every
where. Address J. B. Roiiainc, Manager. No.
575 Broadway. New York.
Rnchelor'N Hnlr Dye. This splendid
Hair Dye is the best in the world. The only
rue and perfect Due Harmless, Reliable, In
stantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu
lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies
the ill effects of Had Dye. Invigoratcsthe hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is
signed William A. Itatehelor. All others are
mere imitations, nnd should be avoided. Sold
by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 81
Barclay street, New York. de29-ly
Seasoned I'ojilnr Slumber, corner
Craivford and North Summer streets ftf
Buy Your Coal, the best nnalitv Teacock.
at 24 North Cherry street 55 ffl per load of 17
bushels, delivered. janlO-tf.
Boots nnil Shoes Chrnp nt 20 Public
Sunnre. In consequence of a contemplated
change in my business, I offer the best selection
of Boots nnd Shoes at greatly reduced prices.
The buyer bo he a consumer or a merchant-
will surely profit by examining my stock of
goods beforo supplying himself, as I pm quite in
earnest to frive bargains. Max. L. Gottma.nx,
sepfi-tf No. 20 Public Square
To Consumptive. The Advertiser, hav-
ingbocn restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, nfterhavingsuffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption is anxinu to make
known to his fellow-sufferers tho means of cure.
To all who desire it, be will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free of charge), with the di
rections forpropuringand Using the same, which
they will find a surk Cprs for Consduptiok,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac Tho only object of
tho advertiser in sending the Proscription. U to
benefit tho afflicted, and spread information
which ho conceives to be invaluable; and hopes
every sufferer will try thi3 remedy, as it will cost
then nothing, and may prove a bleasing.
Parties wishing tho prescription, will please
address Rov. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg, Kings, county. New York.
"""T""' ii Tn uriili hi in f '-"im ii ii ii
H, A. HUNTINGTOK,
nAS REMOVED FROM
No. 14 publiCjiSqnare,
V1? - -
NO. :t CHERHY ST.,
(Opposite the Maxwell House.)
OFFERS AT REDUCED PRICES AN EI.K
gant stock nj
flIFAS ArVI ROYS'
A largo assortment of
Pino Beaver Over-coats,
At very low prices.
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
decl4-ly sp I I Public .Sjninrc.
0. D. BENSON,
No. 5 Union and.Anierican Block,
Opposite the Maxwell House.)
pUBLISHER AND DEALER IN
S M K E T M IT S I a
And every Kind of
From nil Hie Bc-tl Jtalirn. AU.i thn
only Agent in the South for the much Cele
brated BURDET CHURCH and PARLOR
Pianos and Oignns tuned, and nil kinds of
Musical Initruments repaired. feb-tf
BV VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY YES'IPD
in ut, by a deed of fast executed by the
Beershcha Springs Company, bearing date Oeto
bar 4. liSn. and recorded in the Rerutn-'s nlS-
of Grundy county, State of Tennessee, Book D,
pages 513 and 514. we will, on the premise!, on
MONDAY, tho ISti DA OF MARCH next,
sell to the highest bidder, for oac-fourth cash,
and the balance in six, twelve and eighteen
months, with inteioit, with waiver of redemp
tion, all the property conveyed in said deed of
trust, coEiting of upwards of TOW oro of
land, on which arc situated the Hotel and other
baildinc. containing some Vi rcomi; with til
the hOBsebold and kitchen Jurnitore. and o'her
articles in said deed, which have not been de
stroyed or taken away daring the war.
This plaee. so well known as a maimer resett,
is equally well fittrd for a great literary insti
tution. JOHN AKalf 1ELO, 1 rr.-.
THUS. J. HAKDlNG.i
1 RRAT BARGAINS A SPLENDID GOIU..
VT TEft, Drawers and FSxtnre cemplete,ifr a
Fft-nily Groaery Stera, nt a very lew prW. Br
ale by WM. LYON cJgb
.. .. JC I.T . . V. -
X. 45 .Market street."
FINANCE AND TRADE.
tGold opened iu New York yesterday at
lSGJ.waa 13C atll:30,atl2;30wa8l3GJ,and
closed at.lCfljl at 4 1 M. Tlie rates here
for small iotu'wai lPcjimving and 1.17 sell-
(ioverniueiit securities were iiiolel
New York yesterday aa follows:
s-aos, coupons i03?ieias.-4
V20W. 2d series, coupons - l(WllJ-.j
f-iJV, ;ld series, coupon!'...., 107i4Wl07j!j
fi-av, new issue 105VSU6k
l-xchangeon New York wast bought by the
Banks here at J discount and sold at par.
We hear of no change inunciurent money
Bank of Tennessee was dull at 4rc buying
and 4S selling. Union and Planters' Bank
were in good demand. The former was
bought at 85c. and the latler at 84c. Bro
( kers sold at l(I?2c. advance on Iheae rale.
Southern Bank note wereilullat the ad
Nashville Corporation checks
bought at 10c and sold at 8c discount
A meeting of the stockholders of Ihe pro
posed hew national bankbook place yesler
day afternoon at the office of the Comruer
oial Insurance Company. The following
gentlemen were elected directors: Sam'l
Watkins, James Whitworth, Byrd Doug
las, A'. Hamilton, Sam'l Prichett, Ro
Thompson, Jas. fl. Ogden, Archie Cheat.
ham, W. Evans, T. Plater, J. IL Kendrick,
. T. Berry and O. P. Noel. A meeting
of the board of directors will take place at
10 o'clock, A. M., to-morrow for the pur
pese of organizing and. electing a President
and other officers of the bank.
Tennessee bonds sold in New York on the
Olh inst. as follows: $1000excuponsat CGc,
$5000 new at C4?c; $10,000 at fJc, $3000
at CV, 4000 ex-coupons at GGic.and 9000
new at GfiJc: and on the Gth, S000 ex-cou
pons at GGJc,10,000 new at 7.)lcand 3000
Goi. North Carolina bonds sold at 5Sc,
and Georgia at G7ic.
The following sales of Tennessee bonds
were reported in New York on the 8th in
stant : 10,000.ex c'upons at 67c, $2000 now
at GGc, 5000 at GGc, $1000 old at 87c, and
10,00Q ex-coupotisat GGlc. North Carolina
new bonussolu at oiiic.
Money continues to work easier in New
York. Our mail advices of the' evening of
the Sth inst. report that 'the loan market is
very abundantly supplied and rates are
easier. Pome old engagements are still
moving at 7, but new" business is chiefly
done at G on. miscellaneous securities, and
at 5, on governments. Hfavy balance are
accumulating of unemployed capital, which
is left with theiirst clas? hotesat a nomi
nal rate of interest. Discounts are dull,
the' best bills passing at 7.
One of the main features of the February
statement of the national debt is that for
the first time in several months the green
back circulation has increased. The en
largement is inconsiderable, and amounts
only to alnrnt $1,000,000, which is offset by
a decrease in the compounds amounting to
about $1,900,000. The gold certificates
have increased three millions and a half,
and the coin balance in Ihe treasury has
declined half a million. The currency
balance has accumulated twelve millions
during the month, and' now amounts to
$45,000,187. The total amountof the debt,
exclusive pf cash in the treasury, shows an
increase of about nine millions of dollars.
The statement exhibits a very low progress
in funding. No more than ten millions of
five-twenty bond3 have been sold, andfome
fifteen millions of seven-thirlies and com
pounds have been taken itj and cancelled.
The New York Timet of the 7th inst'
'The strong nrohahilitv at Washington ia-that
.100,000,000 lawful money, treasury eertlacates,
will ba authorized to take the place of the com
pound Ie?at-tenders, a corresponding amount of
which fall due in all the present year. There
may bo a modification of the rate of interest to
be allowed on such certificates. iTho withdraw
al ofthe .1,000,000 perrootiths control of tho Sea
retary of tho Treasury over tho greenback circu
lation, thons-h ;ed unanby theHonsoof Rep
resentatives, will 3-arcelrbo agreed to by tho
senate, or liworea y tne r maneo (.ommuiee oi
either LriLoch ofCdnsTeS-. Every confidence is
now felt that thU discretion will be wisely exer
cised br' Mr. McCullflch, and tho- chances are
that he will make no further contraction, for
some time to come, under this authority. The
other measures, however, having the counte
nance ofthe Senate Committee, the favor of the
Secretary, and of the whole Western and part of
the Northern inHuenccin the House, will tare,
we.believe quite differently."
The new tax bill makes no change in the
fwhisky tar, except to provide stringent
measures for collecting it. Remonstran
ces from all quarters were received by the
Committee of Ways and Means against re
duction, and protesting against such in
justice and loss as would be inflicted upon
holders' interests all over the country if
the reduction had been made. It is repre
sented that over thirty millions of gcllons
of spirits are held in stock by dealers of
all kinds, on which thelosi would amount
to as many millions of dollars. Moreover,
it was rejrresented that this measure would
Ihrow immense profits into the hands of
parlies who will secure controlling powers
in the market for reduction. The very
parties who after securing control of the
bulk of marketable whisky 1863, .inflenced
Congress to increase the tax from one dol
lar and a half to two dollars per gallon,
and then pocketed the immense gains thus
Messrs. Lockhart & Dempster report the
Liverpool cotton market in their circular
of the 1 Sth nit. as follows:
" The market which closed dull last week, re
mained very quiet for some days, and prices con
tinued slowly to decline nntil the middle of tho
week, when an improved demand for yarns and
goods in .Manchester produced a slight revival
of business here, and a portion of th. previous
declinu in prices was recovered. To-day the
market is somewhat quieter in tone owing to flat
ter accounts from Manchester, but the recovery
in prices are maintained. American cotton has
been in moderate demand, and price?, after de
clining about M der lb. in the early part ofthe
week, can now be quoted VA per lb. lower for
middling grades, and A per lb. lower for interi
or. Sealsbuid. have been considerably pressed
for sale, bat &3 there has been a fair demand,
prices although irresular, can scarcely be quoted
lower. Egyptian has been freely offered, and
prices must be quoted irrtruiar nt1. lo'd per
lb, decline. Brazil and other long stapled de
scriptions nre about ' id per lb. tower. East In
dia and other short stapled descriptions have
been very dull and close at a decline of Jd per
lb upon last week's quotations. There ba been, ,
a moderate amountof business ' to arrive" du
ring the post week: the latest quotations being
fur New Orleans middling, atsea.ship named. at
."d per lb., and for Texas, same terms. 14d per
lb. Tlie sales for the week amount to 4 !,(.
bales, including 11. bales American, of whLh
7.2S0 bales are to the trade, WW on speculation,
and 7.60 tor export. Actual exports, 8S0. hales.
Imports, 1C.&35 bales, includingyll. hale? Ameri
can. Decrease oi stock. 18,700 bales. The quan
tity now at "cafor Great Britain is. from Ameri
ca. 65,000 bales, and from India and China, lf,
000 bales: total 190,000 bales against I7.,0i
last week, and against 394,000 bales in the corres
ponding week of last year."
NA3HVILXE, Feb. IT P. il.
Cotton. There was but little done in
cotton to-day. Only a few bales were sold
at 57J(533c. . . .
Reeeived.. -r- '71 ,
Cork Sales at SI f5 delivered. .
Other market quiet.
Kecelpta per Ball.
L. SN. Railboaiv Feb, 11. 160k
barley, 1 car hay, 3 crates cabbage, SC
boxes dry goods, 4 trunka,2i bids whwky'
120 kegs' tar, 6 bags coflee, 458 taaka corn,,
200 Mpkitmait, 16 cad lobscefe.fp.bbU
flbur 20 boxes candles, large lot- sundries.
' N. & D. Ri.L.wP, Fb. 11. 17-f bales
cotton, 14 bags cotton yarns, 1' hhd. tobac
Uy the River.
.1. L. GnAHAr, UrrEr. Cujibbulakd.
2099 sacks corn, ?A sacks wheat.
Southern Cotton MnrUetH.
Acot'STi, tl:i.. Pel .S. Tlie-uiarket to-day wan
very quiet. The improvement quoted wa lost
to-uay, yet sales were made during the iRornintc
at yesterday's figures. We quote as a basis, from
ine saies mane uuring me nay, .J'cenis lor mm- r
dline. The snlss were hnlM anil rBe.nts I
Macon. Qn., Feb. 0 At the close of the week,
last evening, it was difficult to define the Main
oi quotations lor Ihe staple, in tne torenoon ol i
yesterday, the outside fizurcwas 7 cents. We I
quote cotton 21 to 27 cents according to Quality
Nine hundred and el ven bales were received hero
uuring the week, nnd sale otoli. balMarere
Charleston. Feb. 8. There was s moderate
demand in the morning, buyers taking about
uaies at uncnangea rates, wnen aoout midday
intelligence of a decline of Hd nt Liverpool
brought the market to a stand, and operations
ceased for the day. The market being nnsettl d
quotations are omitted, hales were made at
prices ranging from 2r to ,TH cents.
Mobilr. Feb. 3. P. if. Sales of cotton 4i)
bales ; market closed dull and nominal. Receipts
for the week IO.OiiO hale Exports :0O bale
Stock 81,00 bales.
Moxtoousry, Ala. Feb. 9. Tho market
opened with a good enquiry, but laterin the day
dispatches were received quoting the Liverpool
market down ! id., which stopped transactions
We quote the market nominal at ft&r,j, buyers
Hiktsvillk. Ala.. Feb. 8. The market was
flat to-day at 0i2e for middling.
Mevphis. Feb. 3. The market continue.- dull
and heavier, with few enquiries; holder, are of
fering nothing but small outside lots, and con
sequently there was little doing in the market.
Sales for the day comprise a few middling sales
at 29a9Jc: low middling at 7-.iie.; strict
middling at 2931c. The market cled dull
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Si. Louis JMnrket.
St. Loris, Feb. 11. Tobacco, none offered.
Cott a dull. 29c for Middling. H emp quiet, $100
for now undressed. Flour quiet. $9 SCKs'lO Sf for
superfine. S12 2d$12 40 for double extra. Wheat
firm at $2 25 in elevator, and $2 STi for choice
fall. Corn unchanged, mixed 88. yellow 79(380,
choice white S0S2. Whisky dull, $2 2C. Pro
visions inactive. Pork unchanged. Hogs firm,
Ctxcix.VATt, February 11. Flour unchanged.
Wheat dull, not much demand; 2 40and 2 90 for
spring and winter. Corn dull and prices lower.
No. l.C062 in elevator, KXSX in ear. Oats
dull. Whisky declined, 25 in bond. Cotton
held at 30c for middling, without any buyers nt
nver9e. Provisions dull. Mess pork is neg
lected and prices nominal at S2020 50. Lard
dull and prices nominal at 12&14. Hulk meats
offerod more freely at VA for country cured
shoulders; sides can be bought at 9J& loose ba-.
con dull shoulders ,1 and clcaV -side. 12J
12;j. closiugwith no buyers at over 12J. Gro
ceries unchanged. Oold 13d. Money "market
quiet but firm.
Chicago. Feb. 11. Flour without decided
change. Wheat in limited demand at SI 15c for
No. 1, and $2 S5l 87' c for No. 2. Corn steady
at 81fi$S2.'.c. Oats dull. Provision market con
tinues quiet, and there are no essential change.
Mess pork U offered at .23 75. with buyers at
S18 70. Extra mess sold to a limited ert. nt at
$14 00, and rump pork at 815 00. Pickled hams
quiet but steady. English meats firmly held, we
quote with sales of Cumberland middling at 9c.
Lard quiet, and is it light lots, sales range from
$7 40 to J7 80, closing at $8 40. Livohog market
quiet at d 10t 15 for light, and ii 10G 75 for
lair to choice. Receipts 7000. Flour, .12 00.
Corner I'nion null Cherry St., Opposite
Bank of Tennessee, Bunker, ruiil
Healer iu Gold, Silver, Govoru.
in cut Stocks, Compound Interest
'Notes. IjiiiiI Warrants nncl Southern
cr.osrxo pricks this ditr.
Tt. S. Bond.. '31 1075;dold 135
Tf. S. Bond.. '31 1075l;dold
5-0'slst series 107Silve
at " - to.
:u " Vv lor.
40s, war 1812? 40
v.r t. im
Coup. 10-40-s' " TOO H20,
Au5f7-30slst series 104l 100,
,icn iuuu u.iti, avl.i..j,
I.n " .l lfllVZI 1V
lt. riot 1812
dulr " 3d
TRXNEasEE BAKE SOTKS.
I , , .11 m '
ijiuik xennoiu i.-
" dntp.l 'fit OA
115'iPlanter Bank 8.1
115 Union Bk ic Cerfp as
11.1 Bank Chattanooga 10
113 " Knoxvillo 05
1101 " Mid Tenn
1(A " WojtTeun
109 I " Shelbyville
109 (City Bank
OS 'Commercial Bank
07 Ocoee Bank
90 .Southern Bant,
90 ' Life i Gen In. t'o
, i N R R .tax roc
Also the highest price
paid for all kinds of
Southern Bank Notes.
I'rinled Price list fur-
nished when desired.
Wt auk ssllixq U. S. Revenue Stamps at Gov
ernment rates ol Discount.
$Sd to 100 2 per cent di. , France
00 to 5003 per centdis.
3 00 per
Wil to 10004 percent dis.
N. Y. Exchange, par.
Bremen SI 11 per l gold
Memphis " prcm.
small uratts y,
sian i baler.
t per one
Enslanl 1 id 5"0 per
Ireland on. pound AmcsterdamJ
Scotland ) .i-iterlinf,
Corporation checks 9
i per cent anoonm.
Daposit3 received and collection, mado on all
qmc- hours. 8 a. u. ta ' p. u.
Tuns. S. Maee. Prss't. It. Q. Tabbox, iJa.li'r.
NATIONAL SAYINGS' COMPANY,
Corner Union anJ College'St-sets.
The fallowing are th rates paid for uncurrent
money. Toes, quotations are Ilabl. to fluctuate, lint
may b. depended on a BuBlclent length of tlm fjr
remittances to lw received by mall or expres., if for.
warded without delay.
Georgia Railroad and
Bank orMIddl. Ua. 8.".
Marine Bank .......! 15
Bank of Augu9ta........'y
Augusta Inaurance 05
Bank f Athens. 45
" Columbnj 15
" Commerce .. 05
" Umpire Stat .0
" Kulton XT,
" Savannah r.
City Bank of Augusta JUI
Karmers' aad Mechan
ic.' Bank.- 03
Mechanics' Bank .0
Merchants' and Plant
er.' Bank 03
Planter.' Bank It!
Uni.m Bauk.-..K 0',
Bank of Tennessee .
Bank of Tennessee,
Union Bank 85
Union BankCertf. 35
Itauk of Chattanooga. ..lt'i
" Memphis .....par
" Middle Tenn....f.
" Paris- ....par
" West Tenn 4,r.
Buck's Bank par
City Bank ft.
Commercial Bank- 98
Merchants Dunk par
Ocoee DHnk.... ,T
Bank of SMl.tfille a.
-' -TJOUTII OAKOLINA.
Life aud General Insu
Bank or Cape fear 20
" Charlotte 211
" Clarendon.... i'5
" FayetteTllle....! 3
" Lexington til
" N. CarolinaJM
" Wadesboro -0
rance Company jWl
Bank of Camilen. ......')
" Cbarlrston 18
" Chester 15
" Newbarry 40
' the State South
Carolina . 1G
washing on ...0.
Commercial Bank .......15
Farmers' Bank or N.
Merchants' Bank SO
Bnk of Itoxlwro'- V
Miners' and Planter.'
Bank of Berkeley -.80
' Commerce 45
" Howard.Tille ..25
" Ihe Old Pomi-
' P.lchtuunJ -3
" Uocklnbaui ...-ID
" tbe Valley of
" Wheeling 90
Dantllla Bank.-.. 3(1
Kzchange Bank of Va.l
yairmount Bank ....75
Farmers' tB.nk of Via-
caath) U.... ...30
rarmera' Baak of Va . l
Marchaata' and Me-
Kxohange Bank- ..15
rarmera and. f.xtliaiige
Peoples' Bank 35
Planters' Rank of Fair-
Planter.' and Mrchan-
!' Bank. 18
Stat. Bank 7
Union Bank V
Bank of America- par
' LouUIana ......GO
1 New Orlean...
Canal Bank- 95
Crc-cent City Bank..9.".
LonKlana State UaoK.il)
Mechanics' and Trader.'
Merchants' Uauk 0
Sontbern 13nt... par
Union Bank 95
New Oilenua Scrip.. .
Central Bnk 12
Eastern Bant. ...'.. .
Northern Bauk S
Soutlicru D.r.t . .. . 95
N-MkttU. a t.t' Ii
lwdTf i JJaetiv ille
Tax Racl)l: . i
Central Ballra4 UankS',
1HE UNDERSIGNED, IUVING fiOCGUT
l out the entire stock of Groceries of 11. O.
Grigabey. on the corner of Vine aad Broad
streets. NO. 103, will keep a good assortm-sr,
which he will buy exclusively for rath, and rau
afford to sell cheap far the'tame; Mr. D. Gilraan
will attend to m .ajinen ier me, and we would
ha nlca-ied to kova our frienda and th r,alUi.
give us a call.
CITY SHOE STORE
BOOTS AND SHOES.
2V4P. 114 CHURCH HTWBBT.
1 -.: i. .
iKAlHV I L L Ifi. T B.N 2. "
ARRIVED. 11 J. L. Graham, Up River.
10. Tempest, Louisville.
falling with .six feet onIIarpeth
shoals. Weather fair anil moderate.
The fine steamer Rebecca, Capt. Hildreth,
leaves' for Cincinnati to-day.
The Tvrone due vesterdav, had not ar
rived last night. She will no doubt be in
port this morning, and leave for Cairo at
her usual hour. , 1
The Fanny Branded, from Burskville, is
expected, as is (he A. Baker 'alW from Up
The Nashville, from Cairo for this port,
passed Padticah at 2 P. M. yesterday.
The J. L. (Jraltani arrived yeslerday
from the Upper Cumberland. She leaves
again to-morrow at 10 a. m.
The Palestine and Bermuda left Louis
ville for this port Saturday.
The Anna White lea St. Lonis for this
port on the 10th.
For Cairo, St. Iiuis, MvmphU anil
HIKE SPLENDID PASSENGER
1 Packet TYRONE. Tost Uarvsa.v,
Mn.. ll'.m II'......!. ll..l- ..III
leave as above oti TUESDAY, the 12th in't
at 4 o'clock p. v.
For Frei.ht or Passage apply on board, or to
UUKtlKA X x avi v.
41 and42 Front street,
or HARRISON r SONS,
feblg-lt or W. A. PKEBLHS. Agent'.
For Kvansvllle, Iyonlsvllle ami Cln
'VUF. SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL , ir-. .
X Passenger Steamer. REBECCA, bJSfer
Siu't. P. Hii.nRKTH. Mater, R. L.iS3i
Wise, Clerk, will leave for above and interme
diate ports on TUESDAY, the 12th inManr, at
iz o ciock u
For freight or tas.ige apply on hoard, or to
coRuirrr sc bo yd. AEenu.
Jr BOVD. Agen
t .-..41 anil .42 Front street.
W. A. PUllLEor
L. DATTES & HK0M
Corner Church aud Cherry Streets.
' m- ?
FVDKVI FS BE0S LBAVE TO INFQRS1
, . ..'.'' ff'end8an.l: the public generallj-iol
Nashtillo and Vicinity, that he has commenced
Again, having a wwcinted with him his brother.
W. II. 1.AVIKS, formerly with Met sr.
Hall, ninck at Co., New York city.
We are now.receiving from ,New ork a large
and rhnlre latlof '
'' -.ilvi'i Ware,
nnd Fan 03 G'ool-i.
Direct from the Importers and "Manufacturers,
tiur entire stock having been purchased at tlw
II.OWF.ST NVTV CASH ' RATES '
Will be offered upon the most 'reasonable term..
All gfH.iU are warrante.1
An examination of our stock
Watch-Repairing and Jobbing.
This Department of our businufs neiprcpoie
mnV n. n SUk'1'1 A I I'PV -.--. .1 '
. . . ...... i,1Uif wureu lue
enicMof some of the anet.wprkmen in .the
Auntry for that purpe -
, . r. IV. DA Vir.5.. .1 I Wfiili WAVIES.
, NASHVILLE t
IMMIillERCIAL IXSURAME U0,
IMIh'p Iu I hi- UuiLllnp; or the Uank
of tlir I'll tun.
'I'UIS COMPANV, ESTAnLLSHKO IN 1851
l iu.ures Building., Ves.el in "port. Merchan,
dl.e, Household Kurniture, and other property, on
lb. uioat liberal terma. Kire, Mariue, anJ Inland
risks taken at lowest rates, 4 ! S '
aHT Louses HWrally .IJfad and ilMnptly paid Ly
ll ItKl TORS:
It. O. MrNiiav,
J NO. KlRkMAN',
O. K. IIilihav,
W. H. Krans,
II Kill M'C'KM,
S. N. MAcr.r,
J (nr. Wn.it.,
J. i. II. Kwis,
Jah. 1. Kiuku iv".
Removal and New Interest.
VltEKSIAN A' VO!
, chased of W. F. BANG,
lr.. bis interest
in tho Crm Qf DORM AN 4 BANG, and removed
theirstock of A ALL PAPER to the MKicious
SIASOXirTnil-LE. 81 CIIURCII ST.
The two branche. f business will be kept
MUSICAT, I. EIA ItTM E?.'T,
conducted by R. Dnrman and others skftled in
the business, will be under Ihe nameund ftyleof
'DORMAN & FREEhIAN.
Wall Paper Department
Vill be conducted: by N.T. i R.R. FREEMA N.
Oar OILT WORKS. MIRRORS,
PORTRAIT. A'D PILTURIIiERAMrV,
Have been removed to
7'8 iVorfli Vhurry Slrettt,
Where orders 1ilt le proufbtly attended to br
L. R. FREEMAN. J. tt. ORCHARD, and W.
R FREEMAN, with utber eoapatent wotkmca.
Onr tenUr partner, W. FRhEMAN, will re
main in Philadelphia, Pa., to purchaee good
for both bouses. We hope to receive, and will
do our be-t t. merit a continuance ofthe public
.anr-ti w. Itl.K.M A. A' !.
ALL PERSKi WHO HOLD HKCEIPT,-.
of Allen A Oar. f.r rLaiaai nrenled benrw
t l..i r IM,.. ... ill. T !.
" -,. rM , ,,1.1 9 . . .,.,. .UlUi, MU M
at the " Driver Board, are hereby noflBed that
i nave mede arrariotaiatt. na ..iirt. rara
mi.re. Snwers A C. f..r the nroecutiun uf said
claim. Col. I'aramore ie nam in Wa4iiglen,
D. C. proaecutisg the. . cIjiuk b.e the dllar
ent DepArtraret. and rlaairran hasten the
payment uf their claim by Palling npua Cai.t.
Sowers, at tbe oSice of ParMre, rMwers Co.,
Nu. 4. Uatth Cherry ttieet. tm kfl.jKf . .
febtl If Repreaeatlng Allen A Cary.
pHR TRADERS RANK HAS RUMOVKD
1 ixniow A. I. u.lie tret. to
Nil. .IB'n.n'numbai) U. IOX KTKEET,
al-im " . - .
P. H. FRENCH
IVO. SI PHRTalC
DAY AN HNfrHI KHM
C-i-Uom-MjuI f Rool ainl Shuivt
which he will sellat Panic Price. Thse m wa.
of good, durable, stylish work 11 ill find them at ,
greatly reduceit price.
1 . 1 1
.Selling I.?hm Tliitu '.-t. ,
, I.nrg-f nnil Elejinnt Stock" ol''
ffi t)r g
CH-JfTS CTiOTIf 2V,
!! I .
Of superior make and quality, mat ) RHind at wri
the Si (ire of ...nsw
..i 1 , l.
vo. :.2 C01.T.F.0R.STRMF.T. :;
(Near till! ?wane Hot.)'
t! KHrSINEJ-M NPITH.
PA'XTS AND VIKT-i,, '
. ri id- i
I -;l kxf
Also, a large stock of
French nnil. Kti-rU.li Tf,,
Cloths, Casiineres and
Carefully selected from the stuck' of the 'prih
cipil importer., which wilt be made up to order!1
At he head of tho l '.-,ti
.1 - .
Wdhavea Culler ofapi.rove.Uotclleafe.au.'
wi:i guarantee that style, tit and worbmablv ' '
shall give entire aati-ta.tion. An evoerienee rr. ,
..nearly TWENTY YEARS in ttudvlng .tbe'.ii
warn., nnu lasie 01 ine cuiien 01 nsniiin,
.-anauiitheawHrrance that everyledjf wl-t filH
g'niHts to please them at
32 roi.i.v.ur. s-ntinrr.
We offer, aW. a lirse Mock ol i
Mile to onlcrias.imeof the best esIVdieeas'
in New Vork-slylWh. well hi.de, arid ferytffaiamt
Birabl in price. f ,r -n-iW
FINJR J.1tF.X SKIRTS.il; r-Kj,
Of tho bet monufaclHre. ' ..
I'M-KIWHIUTS AXl KAVjR
Collars, Crawls. So.ka, Glove, Ktt.,.Hi-. "
OF.O. R. ABBOTT,
dcrli) tf :i' 4'ollp t Htreet.
fl)M HOOD-'! "ong of ihe Shirt," woald
JL never have been sung, had be lived lathe
golden age ot Ihe .Sewing Miichinef Stitch I
Mitch 1 Stitch! but no more weary haart or
armngneadji. the nimble needle in not pHed m
hand., but moves like a thintr of life auletlv.
riulrklv. surely, the irreatest lileaiae of tlw
nineteenth century. '
Th Florpiire I tbe laet Im.)roreT of aH. ' -Sewing
Machines. It- Unllto Cord. Tttektff'
Hems. Fells, and Gathers and Sew, on at, to.1.;,
same time; makes four dtIInct ftltche; Va.',
from right toleft or left to right rif tbe will ftf the1
Operator, and is tbe only Muchino liir1iiira;IIrVf
adjusting SIHTI'LK TENSION. ar fewBy- ,
u. none compare wllb it.
E3I O "W E3
Tiii: oieioiNAn. ' '
We are nlrt Oenerat Agent fiir the HOWtf"1
SHWING MACHINE. mde under the Imae-'
diate supcrvlsf.n of EL (AS HOWE. Jr., the .
Iiienloi- !' I lie- Sewlnsr Murlilne.
These Mochlno have t tood the test nf t,weBy
years, and for miinufiiHuritigpiirpeee. ennfbe '
excelled. They use a .mailer needle With
siie thread than any other machine.
TwIhI, CoUoii. NodIea. Oil. mill SPwrli ,-' I
or STni'lilnen rou .Innlly on limnl. j ,
SHWING MACHINES OF ALL KIND
QTITCHINO. Tucking. 0
O Cording, and all kind ot
CJTITCHINO. Tucking. Onlltinr. IIeH-l.g,
nf "ttilly WorKHlmi.
to order with neatueiw at Ilia General Ageaey.
No. :tl i0ld No. 17) Mwrry Ntrfl,
CAMP dc EfXIOTT. .
GENHRAL AOBNTH. .
S- Agfnta waatetl ami llbeal indupemes
Ba. j. w.rr.n.
WEAKLEY & WAHRlTi
NO. II NOKT.I t!.I.i:tli: .VTKR.ri',
YVHOI.l.H,Vf.F AJVI Rm'AnwT
- '. ttU h.tK
DHALRR8 IN ALL Kim IS : 1 1
ni.viMJ noon, ham .
a 11 J'
lANli Mil Iff MArriUlfiHHl,
Frasrh and American..
All Site. .
STAINUO ANI TKOSiTin (HVl, -
I.OOUI.Vn UI.AS'. PI.ATH.St itp-
TK INVITE 8PKCIAL ATTJINTIjMf '
Y Y our One. Iarge.and well a wt.rte.1
fkr.lt IV. intend M kettl M Cpe- gl
bVibund In ,iy market, and SM-JfU;
iaeai to .urshaur at "mi mke K .
ter eMIt 0 uy tram.uj .
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