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Jonm, Waixack A Oo., llmm mmI OkMti. )iOf T, WATTKRfMV A I'CRVli". tBtier. Tkavis Wtsmr, For I'reA ami TIwn Co. KMkvilfc. Ten.. Jan. 22. JS7. A rAAcr imr.ss imi.mx iilwcaky On the 3d of March the young Hungarian DBbles gave a "bachelor's ball" in IVath, which wafl announced as "A fool's Evening, given by the Committee of Foil v." A correspondent descriltes the scene lliu?: Although more than five thottrand persons were congregated togetlur, many at them in roMunics which took up an unusual amount of space one gentleman, for instance, wan accoutred cap-a-pie in gilt Mikeu armor, which trhtlereu so liriL'htlv in the gaslight that he looked like a cro! bftwcwitkewin and an heraldic Krcnpine the cirauiation ol the masquers wafl never imi)edd for a moment. On arriving at the foot of the grand staircase leading up to the hall we wore received by the members of the committee, attired as fox hunters, and adorned with supplementary noses that blushed a deeper pink than their calico coats On the broad landing outside the hall was stationed a band of honor, which greeted us with a hideon braying of trumjietfl and thumping of drums. The orchestra was composed of ten trumpet, eight drums ami one violin. Before entering tho groat hall we were each presented with an emblem of roily, which theouinances oi the committee obliged us to wear, at least until midnight. When I crowed the threshold of the Hedouten Sanl. my first glance around caused me to ask myself whether perchance I was mad, or whether everybody else present had suddenly taken leave of his tenses. In the first place, thesjwee between the gallerios and the arches supporting them was covered with drawings of wild beast cages, with ojen doors. Huge placards on every onle ol the doorway announced the tahiuitimi of a gigantic menagerie omb well Hatty and the Zoological Gardens, Kegent's Park, all mlled into one. Trulv. here be cages etMHgh, lmt where are the animals? I turn to the right, and lo! the orchestra, pome eighty strong, which is banging and clashing away in a mock cage big onsuglt to contain all the .Sydenham antediluvians, with a megalosaurus to spare, is composed of the wild beasts missing from the chalk and iiatboard dens. The veriest Mote must have laughed himself core as 1 did, to watch (he carnivora performing on their several instruments. An elephant diligently blowing his ilute under hie trunk is. not an every -day sight; nor a tiger tapping the triangle but tigers are amongst the moat aceomplislied cele brities at I'esth and I could not weary of admiring a fat old lion, with his tail across lik knee, diligently playing the violoncello. The first violin was a kangaroo, 'more naturaller than life;' a pelican had a French hern inserted in the side of his bill ; a grey bollock administered the kittledrum?; and the ekff forrtettrc was a huge gorilla, of a hideounes quite unequalled in the illus traiium to I i i Ciiailln. Acrotts the room, from one gallery lo anethor, was fixed a tightrope, upon which a Hiecltanical Itlondin went through the traditional feats. Having made friends with an enormous spider and a lively young kturgeon, 1 accoiHaiiied to another large roam, in which was held the annual universal exhibition of the society, a guide lo which had been presented lo me on my arrival. From this printed catalogue of the curiosities exhibited 1 subjoin two thort extracts: "Itussia No. GTOli. Tike RtpMiean Om Mian i Sibtria. Apparently a blank sheet of paper, in which, however, a profound idea lieshidden, which happensto be only known to ourselves and to the Kmpcrior of the French. "Austria, a eimtitry on the Danube. No. 072-1. A Machine, which has the (acuity of imparting to paper flung upon a table the ring of metal. l!y this means our splendid empire hat bfoti made the most sonorous state in the warld." Seme of the object exhibited were eminently eccentric. For .instance, a col lection of cigar ends, each endowed with historical interest, rntt' enttrm, that dropped by Menelans when lie received the news of Helen's flight with Fans." At twelve o'clock a islemn proe&sion of Wght-huBdreft Fook, headed by bath bands, took jtlaae, and I humbly hope that my cars ay never again lie outraged by auch an kbomlnabledwrHr as prevailed dutingthis ceremotyr. Ureenwhich Fair gone mad, a TurMfturegMneMUl band, the Chinese Feast of LantenML and a IkithUi election riot, might pefBp,ir thouroughly well mixed, produce aumctbiW like the sound that shook the Kedimten Seal at the hour of midnight on Sunday last. Every member of the procession in which 1 am rlad to say sturgeon and my spider occupied honorable position contributed by some diabolical device to the hideous noise. Gone, tomtoms, penny whwtle,ahop bells, fog-borns, every description of clamorous contrivance was brotwht to bear eu the Keneral effect. As for hearing one's own voice, one might as well have been inside Vesuvius during an eruption. A IUSCOUILSi: OX Fir.TIIY I.lU'IlIt. Filthy Inker is about the oiily filthy thing you can't get two much ov. A thing ov filth, a joy forever. Sum likes durt lots ov it. Awl luv ilthy Inker. The meet fcatidtotM doe. The finest lady in the UmmI h not averse tu take hold ov it. They have no (ear of leon contanrinated with toe mNoh or It. There is a pwgick in filthy laker. It a bootiful siren she it. It covers a pnullitood of mm morc'n oharlty dec, U)- a long chork. Fleeter a wan with a bevy ooaliii ov tllthy luker, and you ht4e must tbiwgri freea the lite ov d-y, wick eood be saeilv dfeuraed in one who it not thus plaeterefl, without the ade ov a lekekope, or opera glasses. Filthy luker it ttt "root of awl evil." Et leoii, so tiz mL Its a root iUt muck hag aAer. Men will dig beriler for k ttuMt (key will for Hagroet or Hftugea. A uarter'a worth or Ikla root has mot charms tu a skool boy ikeu a unlimiW tuppli ov square or kuWc root bet. Sum digs herd and gila but little ov the root. Som etrikea ontu nek pleaas, w4We.it 'mm out' bevy. Sum bet it awlredy dug for em, wken tha kum intti the faeUi. Tbeerc ar dtose boo r sod tu We bom WIIH a Mivn fiwwi ii mail xiiuvvmim rVrteonlt btVede ov the those which her it already tor em. Jta a wonderAiUkeeMng root WsftiiWi d honor, and outraged foefine. Ik n)QMAtitu tana, it k. Thanhs lOMV Hie ttt fltt W in take tMs'remedv. ec afesy Nkos If MB iJBr Mi l'i- 3 mass I 2iai 35 55 I 29.00. J4 ffl "4 32JP' 71 M 1 3IL0' 4Sl TO S niius Ah v tin ai Honor hez made Rood fitee witli laker afore rwvr and kuui oiT fust best;. In meny qnwsMha liawled down Iie bullerrt'be fcer a overwlrelrain assalt, be5 demond ikhI. Filthy Inker inspires one with confi 4we and couwca.teo . One ken order a dinner or cock tale with a vaster afhoorance ii lie hez the liitliy about liiw, then he coml if lxvcnz a non jOieiwit, clean. A iimu iz moore noncJialar.rv wiih then wrtfc out it, M a grate degree. , ajiKiki wonuPoiirjioTMi:R. l5fj)Ise not tliy mother when she is ol J. Ace mav waste a motiier'a beautv. gtronrrtli. limb?, senses, ana estate; but her relation as mother is as the mn vrhen it -goon forth in its might, for it i always the meridian, and knowetk no evening. The i-erron may be gray-headed, but her motherly relation is ever in the flourigh. It mar be autumn. yea, winter with a woman, but with the mother, as mother, it is always spring. Alas, now inue uo we appreciate a raomer s tenderness while living! Ifow lieedleak we are of all her anxieties and kindness! But when she is dead and gone, -when the cares and coldness of the world come withering to our hearts, when we experience how bard it is to find true sympathy how few: will befriend us in misfortune then it i3 that we think of the mother we have lost. DISSOIaUTIOaV. 'PHK OOPARTNKRSHIP HERETOFORE X axittiiit: under the name and style of Foiter liretbers is hereby, dissnlreu by uutaal consent. All persons owinz Foster lirnthers ran find tli fir office in rear of Gnild 3c Smiths Law Office, formerly occupied by Foster McEwen. Mesirs. AKMISTBAD i WOODS bavepur- ebased tne entire interest ot tne tirtn. FOSTER BROTHERS Nashville, Febiuary, 1857. In retiring from business, it affords us treat pleasure to recommend Alessrs. Armisteatl Jt Woods to all our customers and the public gen orally, and hope they will continue their pa tronage, so liberally extended to tne old form. FOSTER BROTHERS. Nashville, February. 1S67. maris tf New Tailoring Establishment. TANIKfc J. SCAXIAI WOULD BE xJ pleased to see his friends at NO. 28 CHERRY STREET, (North of the Maxwell House.) marl: Stn NASHVILLE, TENNBSSEE. I N S U It ANOE. THE TENNESSEE Marine and Fire 1X.SUKANCK COMPANY. Under the new charter, is nowopen for bi siness AT W. 3t NORTH COLLEGE S'JRl E, Next deer to caraw of Union streti. JONF.IMI Vi. AI.M'.N, lrvHl4l.;iu A. W. mrri.r.K.Sccrclrtry. DIRECTORS. John M. Hill. 0. A. K. Tbeiapwn. Daniel F. Carter. Samuel Vanleor, Watson M. Cooko. D. Weaver, Jehn It. Johnson John W. Terrass. ii. ii. uneatnam. A. U. Adams, Joiepn W. Allen. dect ly Splendid Farm for Sale AT AUCTION. WEDNESDAY. ARIL 17. WE WILL sell at auction, n magnificent 1'jirm of One Hundred Acres Of the best land in Davidson county, on the Harding Turnpike, five miles from Nashville, immediately this side of tbe celebrated park of Oen. W. G. Harding. Fifty aeres nre in clover, thirty-five or forty acres beautiful woodland, well set in blue grass. A nover-fiUlinK spring, with exrollentstune spring' bouse. Richland creek runs through tho front, and abundant stock water is in the back pasture. Improvements all in Rood repair, and consist of a framed dwelling with three rooms, store room, porches, kitchen, smnke-houfe, enrriage house. ouw-shed and elegant barn. All under fenco. The Nashville and Northwestern Railroad runs within fifty yard of the front of the place, and a station is within a pleasant walk of the bouse. No such lands have been in market for thirty years past. terms liberal and made known on day of sale. A special train of cars will leave the Chatta nonira Depot at llo'elosk on Wednesday next for tho place, and those desiring to attend the sale will be taken out and returned free of rharco. The ladies nre specially invited to attend, and we hope bidders will take their families, who will be called forbytheomnibuswlthoutchanre, if names and idaee ef residence are left at tho office of cither of the undersigned. af A tree collation served up on the place. If the weather is unfavorable, the sale will be postponed; but if at nil suitable, will take place on the premises, and will bo without reserve. ANDERSON. JOHNSON i SMITH. A. NELSON CO.. Agents. nprlO lw RcntI, Pomlcr nnt! Rclleci. I F YOU WOULD PROTECT YOUR FAMI- Iles from nctuniarv einhnrrcusment. or tiro- vide for yourself in advanced age, get a Life Insurance Policy in THE NORTHWESTERS UVTVAl. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. This Comnaiiv o!Tim mora lllrnl noltaiea than any other company. Amour its liberal conditions, its policies read: "The person whose Ille Is assured Is permitted to travel by tbe usual routes to or from California, or to or from any portion of the Western Hemisphere north of the tropic of Cancer, or to or from any portion of Europe, and to reside within said limits north of the tropic aforesaid." All the policies are nan-forfciting. The assets of this Company are SS.OOO.OOO. All its profits divided among tbe policy hoi Jers. iifioro eeiung a policy eisewnore, call and learn particular ef FA It.VN WORTH A CLARK, Agents, Kn. 4 MnTwall Hnut. or of WILLIAM KING. City Solicitor. apr5 lm lu.j TRUSTEE'S SALE. BY DEED OF TRUST MADE UV STE pbefls X- Watktnr. Druggists, earner ef Cl le and Union streets, I oner for sale, as Trus tee of seid firas, the entire stock of DRITG8, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, ECc, Of the establUhmeet. together with tbe STAND, FIXTURES, and every tWng pertaining to the WMne. Te pbiee is a very eligible sne. and ar eee desiring to eaterinto the drug business will and this a splofi.nu opportunity. Mr. W- M. B. EVAN bas been antointsd Receiver, asd will carry en the busiaees unti the stock H disposed o pdol. A. C CARTER, Trustee arSI tf LAKE KINGSTON ICE COMPANY. rniiKUNmiftsroNRD rsxow prepared JL to Amleh PetBiltM. Hotels. Saloees. as! S ciuiees ot .atmiie generally, witn Pure "Lake Kindlon Ic." Deal m in tk CMv asd peirbboHoff tonM eaa. We Minniifd tb entire muui at rMMiaaUt aad atleraeterr rates. All orders left at I NO. 14 NORTH COLLEGE STREET 'Will aeet with preset atteeUea. W. L. STONE. TbafWir To riu.1 In tV. Mo. I-at TTama. i NOTICE. AFTER T.HE ISth IN8T CQNt. V7 deeteM eataoSeoili NaftVllle Street RaH XMd een " auieerlled lo take op bp sR free hf. ad Be awe wi sere wiM Us tsencd uati til lurtoer JOE. S. ROBINS Pres'U erm DR. W. L , NIGH O Is Er f Cherry .w.d.Unlon. .trteU. leeeet NICHOLSON HOKj.aeieref jJ Spreee etrtets. i - 78 Public Square, Corner of Suspension Bridge. HAVING COMPLETED OUR NEW Bl'lLDr INO. we are now prepared to devote every attention to business. Thankinz ourold patrons for their forbearance with us for unavoidable lack of attention, we solicit a continuance of their patronage. W'e have greatly enlarged .our store building, and increased our .importations to such ancxtcnt.thatwe feel safe in saying that we now haye on hand the larsest stock ot STAPLE GOODS, And ofTer competition with any Queensware bouse West or South. We are selling COMMON WARE AT THE SAME PRICE AS IIEI'OttE THE WAR. All ealers both large and small are invited, to call, a? we are prepared to sell in OrlKlunl Pnrknircior tltiiintlllCH toKiilt WE EMPLOY NO DRUMMERS, As we dislike to harrass a merchant who ought to know hU interests. We prefer he should call of his own free will. Then let our prices be bis inducement to buy. CAMPBELL ASPIRE, Successors to II. Campbell. mar27 e.o.d-lm-sp. LAND FOR SALE. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, SITU ated in the neighborhood of Triune, Wil liamson county, Tennessee, is offered for sale by the subscriber. The soil is rich, and is well adapted to tho production of cotton, wheat, corn and other cereal crops. Itis near the Nashville and Nolensville Turnpike, and very convenient to two academies trad several churches, and is surrounded by excellent society. It is finely watered with a creek of running water entirely through the land, and several never-failing springs. It is well adapted to blue grass, and the bottom land to rceadows. An excellent stock farm might be made of it, on accounUof the water and the hill land, being suited for grass. Tbe tract contains 32U ncres, and it the purchaser should desire it, adjoining lands can be purchased. A bargain can be bought by apply ing to the undersigned, or to John S. Claybrook, who is authoriicd to sell it. apr2tf WILLIAM B. BEASLEY. I TIffE WIDEST BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE IN THE CITY. Eaiiiblisltcri In January. 1813. WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE AND II varied aatortment of Gents, Boys', Youths', Ladies' Misses' and Children's BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS. Alse. Gents' and Boys' HATS. UMBRELLAS. HOSIERY, WHIPS, etc., which we are offering at reduced and reasonable price. Old stylos and stook much les than co?l. B. R. CUTTER ,fc G LEAVES. NO. 39 corner of Broad and College streets. Or at their Branch Store, NO. 215 College street Soivanee Block, Nashville, Tenn. jan26-3m CHANCERY SALE FOR Saturday, April 27, 1867. Henshaw, Edward! & Co., va. W. II. McNairy. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE X Chancery Court in this cac, I will sell at the Courthouse at Nashville, at 12 o'clock on Kntiintny, April 27, 1SCT, Lots Nos. 27S and 279. in tho N. A. MdNairv plan of West Nashville lots, fronting together 100 feet on tho North side of Locust street, and run ning back 170 feet to a 12 foot alley. These lots are re-sold in consequenco of the failure of B. R. Watson to pay tho purchaso money. TERMS OF SALE-Six month' credit, with interest. Note required with approved security and lien retained. Sale free from redemption. maraiu iu. u. nun isiiii, u. x m. JOD.V UGRRlrOBO. 3. S. RKEVE3. HEKKIFOED, KEEVES & CO,, Wholesale Grocers, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 7,1 Public Square, NASHVILLE TENN. HAVING REMOVED OUR STOCK FROM No. 41 Broad street to No. 73 Public Square, we are prepared to cntlnuo the business, sup plying the wants of our old patrons and all sew ones who may favor us with their orders. We have on band and are constantly receiving large supplies of Groceries, Liquors, and everything to be found in our line of business. Particular attention paid to receiving, shipping and selling Cotton. fcb20-3in C. W. SMITH, DISPENSING CHEMIST PHABMAC 1ST, Corner Church and YlneStH., NASHVILLE, TENN. T HAVE THE PLEASURE OF CALLING A. attention to tbe fact that I have roceutly iintprovod and ro-furnihed ray establishment with a large and carefully selected stock of Vure mid PrcMli Drue. MiMlicInc, unit Plinrmncentlcal l'roimrntlona. Alse, a large stock of fine Eaglisb, French aal American PERFUMERY, including Extracts, Soaps, Oils and Pomades, Toilet Pewders and Faney Goods. The best WINES and LIQUORS, for medicinal purposes only choice CIGARS asd TOBACCO. , . Families can at all titnw be supplied with tae purest FLAVORING EXTRACTS. SPICBd. eta, that are to be found in a first eiau Dreg Store. TO PHYSICIANS. I give my personal attention te the careful compounding of Prescriptions, and have far this department a full supply of the best Chemicals and Medicines that can be feunJ to the market. Jan30-2m EDWARD S. JONES Wholesale Dealer In PAPER No. 3 Inn Block, Pnblic quare, NASHVILLE. TENN. ' H AVISO ESTABLISHED MYSELF PER man tally In NasbrUle. I take pleasure in Informing Printers and Pobrtebert. and PPr dealers generally, in this aad ailjoinimr States, that having perfected arrangement with seme of the leadinc manufactories in tbe Nortb, 1 wHl be enabled at all Uraw to supply thetn at rea s enable ralMwith alt Qualities af. Beek and News PapcrFlat Cap. LeUer, MftBilla. Celered Paper of eTery variety, etc. etc, Alte, a fine slock of Printers' Infi always en band. Orders freraeountry.'Publljhers and Statteneri MlI?Hed nd protnpUr attended to, - Glnjcnr.tBeexwax.rFeiUiers, and alUkinJj e ceuntry Carter purchased. jj,.' Highest market price paid fr CettenTW&Cn and Linsey Ktft. feblf-tf HENDERSON BIOS., 1, I C E N S E1 PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, (!AS AXlaSTE.l3i;4nTTERS,: Xo.f T&s ,'laerrj- Street, l(Ohl-Np.S,)ppo.lte Colonnade Building. , NANII VILLE TENN. 3i:stallishetl in 18SS, WE ARE' PREPARED TO DO WORK IN our line in a .prompt and first-class manner. ' PLUMBERS' MATERIAL On hand and for sale. SHEET LEAIM LEAD lIIE. PIG LEAD, FORCE PUMPS,; CISTERN PUMPS, DEEP WELL. PUMPS, ALE PUMPS. ARTESIAN PUMPS. BATHS. WASHSTANDS.: WATER-CLOSETS. BLOCK-TIN and HYDRANTS, BEER. COCKS, SHAMPOONING COCKS BASIN COOKS. HOSE. HO f WATER BOILERS. NOZZLES. COUPLINGS. ETC! OAS FITTING. Public and Private Buildings. Store Houses, etc., fitted up in the moit improved style, and on reasonable terms. Chandeliers, Hall Lights. Pillar Lights. Drop Lights. Portable Stands 1 1 - - i) ,i itOTi.v.. Hi... 1 1 t n v, i Smoke Bells, Patent and Plain Shades, Cigar Lighters, etc. IRON PIPE, For Gas, Water and Steam, from nn eighth inch up to two incnes. Fittings for the Above. Tan. TClKno. P.nuo. 1I.. dueers. Lock Nuts. Hooks, Return Bends, unions, cic. STEAM FITTING. Steamboat. Factory, Hotel and Stationary Engine work done. Steam Gauges. Steam Whistles. Steam Trans. Globs Valves, nil sizpa Guage Cocks. Oil Cups, Air Cocks. Cylinder locKs. etc. etc. feb2l-3m GARDEN SEEDS. rE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ii stock of well nssortcd Garden Seed, from D .it M Landreth, which we trill sell nt the lowest market prices. u. w. llKWUKuauuil', Corner Cedar streit and Square. Nashville, lan-'Y-.im P A P E 15. AND P A.PEE, BAGS WEnAVE IN STORE AND OFFER FOR T T sale to merchants and others n large lot of Wrapping Paper, Manilla Paper and Paper uags, at tbe lollowing pnees, in reasonable lots, to tho trade: Double Crown Wrapping, per bundle 81 IS Medium Wrapping, per bundle 83 Single Crown Wrapping, per bundle O'J Manilla Paper from 13 to 18 cents per Pound Paper Bags and Paper Flour Sacks at Cincin nati nrices. Bonnet Boards. Roofing Paper and Roofing Pitch on hand at low prices. We Pny C Cents per Pjunil, Cash, lor uoou loiton 1urs. WH ITEM AN IlltOS., No 30 Northeast side Public Suare. marl? tf EVANS, FITE & CO., Wholesale Merchants, aro i block, NASHVILLE .TENNESSEE. V E ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF A LARGE T T ana wen selected STOCK OP GOODS. SUITABLE TOR Spring and Summer Sales, To whieh we call the attention of Merchants visiting Nashville. Our stock consists of Foreign and Domeatio Drygoods, CLOTHING. nooT.s, SHOES, II ATS, IHOSIERV, "r GLOVES, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, ETC., ETC.. ETC. EVANS, FITE 1 CO. -W NO GOODS SOLD AT RETAIL. mar7 3m AWNINGS. THE LATEST STTB mffOS. 11 O W E ' S PAT K 3W T, NEW VISE TO ORDER AT COLE, MILLER & CO'S Awning and Mattress Factory, NO. 9 NORTH COLLEGE STREET, THIS AWNING CAN BE RAISED OR - lowered at pleetcre, and without going out side the door. Every size and style for store freett. doors and windows, made with neatness and dispatch, and at cheap rati. Orders may be left at the Factory as abve. or at STONE HEFLEBOWER'S. Sole Agents for the Southern States, No. 67 North Cherry street, up stairs. Rights fer the above awning for sale far cities counties or States, on favorable terms. TaarS-tf LARGE STOCK or Choice Selected I"Jin prs, PInntv, Shrubbery and Bverjrreens. THOMAS GAKTlS, GAHDOER, BROAD STRJSEX, West of Cumberland Hospital, HAS ON HAND THE CHOICEST AND mit extrntire stek ef Native and Im ported Flewers. Shrubbery, Deciduous and Evergreen Trees, Roses. Vines. Greenhouse and Bedding PknU abeut Nash'rille, whiah will be Kafil at lowest cash" prices. Thole m want of uh aro selMted te examine the stock 'at tbe GardeB. feb2Mza SUBURBAN PROPERTY, In West "Nasltville. SIG LEU'S PLAN OF LOTS. BY-VIRTl'E OF A DEED 0 t RUST EXE cuted to me by C. E. H. Martin. I will otfer for sale at publie auction, on WEDNESDAY, tho 24th inst.. on tho premises. TWELVE BEAU TIFUL BUILDING LOTS in Stsier's .lan of Lots. Said lot? front lt feet and run back 05 feet-to a twenty foot alley. Trms 6, 12. IS, and 24 months, with interest from dato. Personal security required upou the first note, and a iien retained until the purchase money is paid. ALSO, at same time and place. I will sell twenty lets in same plan of lots, (on which there is a splendid rock quarry.) on a credit of fire yeurs, in equal annual payments, with interest from date. Persons wishing to examine said Sroperty will call on J. M. Hawkins, or T. A. leCall. at Cheatham, Woods & Co.'s, corner of Church and College streets. Private sales will be made with terms to suit. Call on me at No. S5 North Cherry street. ANDERSON, JOHNSON A SMITH. Agts. apr2 td S. W. CHILDRESS. Trustee. GREAT IJISTRSBBTION; BT THE acreltJUlt'l, mid Mnnufiifhrers' JEWELRY ASSOCIATION, 193 nntl 105 ISroatlwnj-, INEW YORK CITY. - OF ROSEWOOD PIANOS- AND t MELO deons. Fine Oil Paintinsrs, Engravings, Sil ver Wore, Gold and Silvf r Watches and elegant Jewelry, consisting of Diamond Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelets, Coral, Florentine, Mo sale. Jet, Lava, and Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with gold and silver extension holders. SleeVe But tons, sets of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, etc., etc., valued at 1,000,000,' FOR ONE DOLLAR. The Merchants' nnI Manufacturers Jewelry Association calls your attention to tbe fact of its being tbe largest and most popu lar Jewelry Association in the United States. The business is and always has been conducted in the most candid and honorable manner. Our rapidly increasing trade i. a sure guarantee of me appreciation pi our patrons tor this method of obtaining rich, elegant and costly goods. Tho sudden stagnation of trade in Europe, owing to the late German war, and recent disastrous finan cial crisis in Europe, has caused the failure of a large number of jewelry houses in London and Paris, obliging them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice, in some instances less than one third the cost of manufacturing. We have lately purchased very largely tif these bankrupt goods, at such extremely low prices that we can afford to send away finer goods, and give better chances to draw the most valuable prizes than any other establishment doing a similar business., OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, and we respectfully so licit your patronage, as we are confident of giv ing tbe utmost satisfaction. During the past year we have forwarded a number of the most valuable prizes to all parts of the country. Those who patronize us will receive the full value of their money, as no article on our list is worth less than one dollar, retail, and there are no blanks. Parties dealing with ns may depend on having prompt returns, and the article drawn will bo immediately sent to any address by return mail or express. The following parties bavo recently drawn valuable prizes from the Merchants' and Manu facturers' Jewelry Association, and have kindly allowed use of their names: Frederick V. Browne, Esq.. Treasury Depart ment, Washington, D. C, Piano, value, $450; Miss Anna L. Frost, Waverly Terrace, New York city, ladies' gold enameled' and diamond set Watch, value. $300; William B. Emmons, New Orleans, La.. Sewing Machine, value, S75; George L. Davenport. Mobile. Ala, Silver Tea Set. value. 8200; Miss Lucy Orcutt-.vltbany. III., Sewing Machine, value. $65: Mrs. Mary J. Downing. Louisville. Ky., Gold Watch, value. $200; James B. Fowler. Harrisburg. Pa , silver hunting case Watch, value, S75; Rev. William Peyser, Milwaukee, Wis.. Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine, value. $123; J. J. Bickford, San Francisco, Cai . gold lined silver Tea Set, value. $300; Edward L. Rice. St. Louis, Mo., Melodeon. value, $250; Miss Helen E. Sinclair, Detroit, Mich , diamond cluster Ring, value, $225; Horatio G. Frost. Chicago. III., large Oil Painting, value, $300; Mrs. Charlotte E. 11 en ins, Doniphan. Kansas, Cbickering Grand Prano, value, $700. and Music Box, value, $& Many names could be placed on the list, but we publish no names without permission. Our patrons are desired to send us United States cur rency whon convenient. Partial List of Articles to (be Sold Tor ONE HOLLA It EACH, without regard to value, and not to be paid for until you know wnatyou are to receive : lOChiekerineGrand Pianos, worth 5500 to 5700 elegant Rosewood Pianos -. 200 to 450 lo elegant .lleloueons, rosewood case 17ft to 50 first class Sewing Machines 40 to 300 75 fine Oil Paintings 30 to 100 150 fine Steel Engravings, framed 20 to 30 60 Music Bcxes 25 to 40 150 revolving patent Castors, silver 20 to 40 50 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets ... 20 to 35 400 sets of Tea and Table Spoons i!0 to 40 150 Gold Hunting Case atches. war ranted - 50 to 150 1C0 Diamond Rings, cluster and sin gle stone 75 to 200 175 Gold Watches S5 to 150 300 Ladies' Watche3 CO to 100 500 Silver Watches- 20 to Diamond Pins, Brooches and Ear Drops, La dies' bets ol uoiu and Loral. Jet and Uold. r lo- a:na T , ; r. I .r. Bni 1nm.n f I , Vesfnnd Neck Chains, plain and chased Gold Rings, Gold Thimbles, Lockets, new style Belt Buckles, Gold fens and f encits, lancy ork Boxes. Gold Pens with gold and silver cxtensinn holders, nnd a large assortment of fine Silver tv aro and Jewelry oi every description, ot the bestmake and latest styles. A chance to obtain any of tbe above articles for One Dollar, by purchasing a sealed envelope for Twenty-five Cents. Five sealed envelopes will bo sent for 31. eleven for $2, tnirty for sixty-uv lor $10, ono hun dred for 315. Ascnts Wanted Everywhere. Unequalled inducements offered to Ladies and Uents wno win act as sucn. uur descriptive cir culars will be sent on application. Distributions are mado in the following man ner: Certificates naming each article and its valuo are placed in sealed envelopes, which nre well mixed. One ef these envcloncs. containing the certificates or order for some article, will be delivered at our office, or sent by mail to any address, without regard to choice, on receipt ot twenty-nvo cents. On receiving the certificate, the purchaser will see what article it draws and its value, and can send one dollar and receive the article named. Purchasers of our sealed envelopes may, in this manner, obtain an article worth from ono to five hundred dollars. Lonr letters are unnecessary. Have the kind ness to write plain directions. Orders for sealed envelopes must in every case be accompanied witn tne casn, witn tne name ol tne person send' ing. and town, county and State nlalnlv written Letters should be addressed to the managers, as lollows : JACKSON, CORNISH t CO., 193 and 195 Broadway, New York, marSl 3m CHANCERY SALES FOR APRIL e-T. I87. Timothy Walton and others vs. R. C. roster, 3d. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE X Chancery Court in these cases. I will sell at tbe Courthouse at Nashvillle, at 12 o'clock on Saturday. April 27, 1867, lit Lot on Vine street, next south ef the resi dence of ListoD Stones. Esq., fronting 40 feet and running back 130 feet to an alley. 2d. Lot next soutn or tne above, lronting ;0 feet on Vine street and running back ISO feet to an alley. These two lots are the residence of Robert C. Foster. 3d, Esq and the latter lot has upon it tbe dwelling house. 3d. A tract of land containing 35 ncres and 13 poles, lying on the eat side ofDiekerson Turn pike, about three mile from Nashville, and di rectly opposite the Walton place the present residence of W. F. Bang. E. 4th. A lot containing four acres and 1ST bolna. on the Dickerson Turnpike, conveyed to R. C. Foster, 3d, by J. B. White, Alexander Allison, and W. B. Walton. 5lb. Lets Nos. 3. 9. 11. 12 and 13. in Ftrr't Addition to EJirefield. fronting nn tbe m.rih side of the Gallatin Turnpike, between Foster and Brown streets. Terms Oae-fotirth cash, and tho residue en credits of six, twelve, eigbteea and twenty-fsur months, with interest from day of sale. Notes required with approved security, and lien re tained. Sale free from redemption. MORTON if, HOWELL. aprCtJ Clerk and Master. Tilman II. Atkieaon and others vs. W. L. Murfree, Trustee. rl PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE Chancery Court is thin ease. I will offer at public sale at th Courthouse, atlia'cleek en Saturday, April 27, 1807, That pert of tbe subdivWon of Jod There ai Money'spreperty whieb freate- e MeLeraere street. This lot fronts 165 feet om MeLeBaere street, bad reus back abeut 17 feet. It wiR Be divided Into three lots, two of 56 feet eaeh aed one ef 65 feet. This property is free free texattea, tb an admirable neighborhood, aad will be teld on tbe fallowing TERMS. Credits ef six. twelve, eighteen and twnntr-fanr month, with iatarest. Notts re paired with approved security and lice retained Hale free from redemption. T aprS td Clerk a ad Meeter. For Rent. year I the fWlewlaff prpert7. vli : Tie Store II dots new ecoajaed by Messrs. R. B. Cheatham A Ce- ... ... The Store Heme en OsBraa jueet occupied py Messrs. HamUten A Green. And a gtere Room between th two houses tbeve mentioned. . These wishing te rest wHl eaH eometRiJJ. Cheatham A Co.'s. earner ef Churah and Cetfese. decS-tl Uf.l iv, r. nuuua, axusmw. Wholesale ' Drug Store. EWIST A PENDLETOJT, HAVING SOLD their retail stock at No. 19 south side of the Public Square to Mr. H. W. Hasslock, have re moved to the Store formerly occupied by Kwin. Pendleton A Co.. No. 5 Inn Block, northeast corner of tbe Public Sauare. To their late retail customers 8nd friends they would respectfully recommend MrHasslk as a gentleman favorably known as a Druggist of this city, and worthy of their patronage nx a businessman and citizen. They have associated with them in business their former partner, WM. U. EWIN, and pro pose., under tho firm style of Ewin, Pendletn A Co., to carry on a general WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS, as formerly. They solicit the patronage of their former friends, and all others looking te Nashville as a market in whieh to make their purchases. Mr. C. DcPRE. who was formerly with Ewin, Pendleton A Co., and latterly with us, will remain in the house, i JOHN 0. KWIX. J.VO. T. reXDLKTOX. WM. H. KWIS EWIN, PENDLETON & CO. Wholesale Druggists, ISO. S I1VIV BLOCK, Norllienst Corner Public Square, IN ASH VILLE, TVTtOULD RESPECTFULLY ASK .THE AT VV tontion of Country Merchants, Druggists and Physicians to their stock of DRUGS. MEDICINES. ' -PATENT MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS. DYESTUFF3. FINE VIRGINIA and " Common TOBACCO, SMOKING TOBACCO. WRITING and LETTER PAPERS FANCY ARTICLES, Etc., Before purchasing elsewhere, as we'are deter mined to make it to the interest of purchasers to buy in this market. We will either buy or dispose of at the very highest market rates, fur our friends. Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Wool, Ginseng, Etc., Etc., That may be sent to us. Our terms are Cash. an9-dAtrw3m POTATOES , POTATOES I ! 200 JJ BARRELS. PEACH BLOWS AND Meshannock Potatoes, this day received in store. . B.S. HAMILTON A GREEN. oxioar setts. 500 BUSHELS CHOICE SETTS, which we wish to sell to close consignment. B. S. HAMILTON A ORBENj To Arrive Per Sleamer Rebecca. 200 BALES PRIME HAY. 400 Barrels Peaeh Blow Potatoes. 200, " choice'AppIos. 70 " Onions.B 200 " Flour, all grades. 100 " Wheat. 20 " White Beans. 500. BUSHELS DRIED APPLES. 603 " " Peaches. We will also, pay the highest market price for Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, etc, B. S. HAMILTON A GREBN, IN STORE AXD'TO ARRIVE New Orleans, Demarara. Crushed. Powdered, Granulated and Coffee Sugars. Coffee. Cheese. Kiuunbigi, vuiiiJicaa kTuuisa, ..ails. .uuincic, Brooms, Tubs, Wash Boards, Starch, Pepper, Ginger, Apices, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, ficKiei, uysrers, ttardinet, litacking, uiacicmir Brushes. CatsuDs. Sances. WraDDinsr Pancr. Twine, Teas. Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Pine Apples, rresn reaches. Lined iSeor. fcurgar- cured llams, etc., etc. RYE AND BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. R 0BERTS0N AND BOURBON WHISKIES, Rum, Gin, Apple, Peach and French Bran dies. Old Port, Madeira, Sherry and Ginger Wines- feb3 R. S. HAMILTON t GREEN. OCULIST R. J. B. GENTRY, FORMERLY OF FRAKF0RT, KENTUCKY, has eermancntly lorated himself at Jackson, Tennessee, for the purpose of practicing his pro fession. Refers to the citizens ol Middle and est Kentucky, Middle and it est Tennessee, Bills cash without reserve. irct-3m' FRESH GARDEX SEEDS I JUST RECEIVED BY R. P. JENKINS, jan22-tf Successor to T. Wells, Druggist. E. L. WEAELET. T. J. TIBBBODOn. WEAKLEY & YABBROUGH, Wliolesale GrTOcersi ASD Commission Merchants, NO. 0 NORTH COLLEGE ST., NASn VILLE TENN OS- CONSTANTLY ON HAND THHiBHST qualities of Flour, Coffee and Sugar, which will be sold at lowest cask prices. Alee, fine brands of Liquors. feb2I-ia St. Cecilia's Academy, MOUNT VERNON. Near Nashville, CONOBCTCB BT 8ISTGH Or TIIE ORDER OI' ST. DOMINIC, Under tbe patronage of the Right. ReT. Bishop of Nashville. jiHIS ACADEMY WAS FOUNDED IN M A. iir in n uriHmc ui wmwrotr yrucuu u guardians lathe South and Southwest te impart tn thtttr ilnnirhteri and wards a thorough and solid education. The Academy ii about one mile from the city and is situated in ene of tbe teest beautiful and UBAIIUJ 1VC1MIUC9 III 19 ircttll.J. The Academic year consists of two Sexless eeih. and teminatlae about tbe 20th of June. Speeial attest ieo h given to tbe dlSerest branches asaaAy tatutat in Academies. Fob Tfiaua. ire apply te the Mother Supe rior, Nabvlne, Teeaescee. antT-iy Sale of Lots at Auction IN EDGEFIEM. WB WILL SELL. ON THE Hill DAY OP AUUIt II .'-t.L. . .. k I . i . i . u, n. ii o eioci. A. M vii m i sr- raises. rUUU LOTS, fifty lect each, at tbe ear ner of Fatherland and Fester streets; two Lets oe Gallatin Pike, near Oakjtreet, with Hull improvements; one Lot en UfitUtin Pike, sear Tulip street; two Let en Woodland, near Hickory street: aad two Lota on corner of Wood land a ad Oak street. . , , These are beaatifal BeHdin? Lots, and will be sold witboet reerve. Sale will eemraeeee on fatherland. Terms wadekuswB en day Jisaie. ANDERSON, JOHNSON A i SJ11J.11. raarZ) td THE NASHVILLE CHIMNEYSWEEP INO COJIPANY. Tits Company re new prepared to clean chimney ef every aescnpjles b a thorough and nittefactary manner. They hepe to reseivf a kirge publk patrenaxe. All parties are Interested In baring tfcelr eblrancys elfian, and thus far preventing the danger ef fire. Tho prieetfer efeaalax eaee altaey ii B laced at tbe lew sum ef Fifty Cents. See No. 7 JlroaU Street. marl23ni OKO. n. BHD., a.,CaiDB9.V,-lJiT. BSOWS. EEiD, CHADB0UE& & CO., (Sueeessers te French A Ce.,) Coltou and Tobacco Factors, AXI General Gonimissioii Merohants, Corner of t'lurkf. mid Profit Sircem, jei-ly NASIIVILLK UNION BANK NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE JL Legislature of Tennessee, passed December lab, lS6o, cutitlcxl an act "To expedite the dis tribution of tbe effects of Banks, which have or mar mako assignments anion? their creditors," notice is ho-cby given to the holders of the notes of Tur (J.Niox Banc or TicxstsaKE to file them with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville, between now and the 1st day of January, eigh teen hundred and sixty-nine, (IS),) and receive rirtififttivl thprefnr. or thftv will bn fnrftvor barred from any participation in the assets of thouanK. ino eertttieates win be received at par in payment for debts due the Bank, wheth er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu ary. 138). JOS. W. ALLEN. Trustee. Dec 20lMo. a-m GREAT AUCTldN SALE or Splendid City Property. ON THURSDAY, THE 4th OF APRIL, 1S67, at 11 o'clock X. v., wo will sell at auc tion, on the premises, the Elegant Residence 'and Grounds on Cedar Street, Opposite the Capitol, and extending from High to Vine street. The residence will be sold with about sixty -five feet of ground, and the remain der of this magnificent square will be divided into lots of convenient sizes, affording some of the finest sites for residences ever offered in this city. As the public grounds are ornamented, In future the advantages afforded by the Capitol Square will greatly enhance the value of this property, and render it not only a most desira ble and elegant place of abode, but a highly profitable investment. W invito special atten tion to and universal attendance at thisauctien. TERMS One-fifth cash, balance in one, two. three and four years, with interest, and lien retained. . The above property U offered privately until the day of sale. ANDERSON, JOHNSON A SMITH. maris td JUST EEOEIYED A Large and Complete Assortment GARDEN SEED, From the well known house of DAVID IjAXDRETRT it SON, PHILADELPHIA 123 Gardeners and ethers wnatini (them can rely on getting Genuine and Fresh. Seed AT REASONABLE PRICHS. DEMOTILLE fe CO., DTMJG GISTS. CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY STS. Janl2-tf Hooks for Farmers and Hardeners n J'ARMERS' AND GARDENERS' DIC tionary; the Farm and Garden, by Jacques Bridgeman's Gardeners' Assistant ; do. Kitchen Gardening; Buist's Kitchen Gardening : Down ing's Fruit Trees of America; do. Barrey's: do, Baker's; Flint on Grasses; do. on Milch Cows tho American Shepherd; the Formers' Bs.rn Book; Fuller's Grape Culture; da. naralztby's Pardee on Rose and Strawberry Culture; Bulst oathaRose; Yoaatt, Skinner. May hew, Dodd and Frank Forrester on Horse. For sale by JOHN YORK. janSl-dtf w3t 41 Union street, Nashville, Bankers, Ofllcers of Rail roads, Courts. Insurance Companies, Etc.. WOULD CONSULT THEIR INTEREST bv having their BLANK BOOKS and BLANKS made by ALBERT B. TAVEL, 37 AND 39 UNION STREET, Who Is proparcd to do all descriptions of BLANK WORK of tho RcNtlTorkmiinnhln nnd Matcrlnl, at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. febl7 MERCHANT TAILORING. HAVING PROCURED THE SERVICES ME. J. SCATTERG00D, OF BKHV&ND, VI., I AM NOW PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER ELEGANT BUSINESS ASD DRESS SUITS. I keep constantly en band a large ewertment ef the finest BLACK AND FANCY COLORED CLOTHS, and all the newest styles of FRENCH AND ENGLISH CASSI3IERES. About the middle of March I will reaeirean entirely new itopt of fins hummer Casslmers, which I will sell at tbe lowest oash prkjm. Mil Scittieoom U acknowledged to be one or the best Cutters of gentlemen detuing. in this country. I can therefore, guarantee tbe goods to St perfeetly, and give seuMaction m every respect. GEO. R. ABBOTT, 39 College tttreet, Oppoeite 2d National Bank, m&rfi-tf STREET SPRINKIaTNG. WE NASHVILLE STREET SPRINKLING Oempany take rfearare in anneuBeiog te e puone In general tbat they have eeraraeneed the wark of sprinkling the streets for the sea- mm. Their faettities far doing tbe work are quite extensive, and arrangement have bceu made for ike perpose of sprinkMn all of tbe Srlneipal street tbroeghoet the city. Partiee eiirous of having sprinkling done will receive prompt attention by applyisx at the office of tbe Aasnville btreet sprinkling company. NO. ft SOUTH CHERRY NTREET, First deor south nf tbe PsstoSce. I. W. CAKHK.NTEK. Pre'!. WM. II. HARRISON, Sup't. apr3 lm THE MARY E. FJ7ETCHER IaANDS FOR SALE. N. II. Cotton aad wMe. et al. ts. Claude Fletcher el. a. A DECREE IN TUiSWAysn aa inc. LX t . i 1 a- il. n.dilMi Pati.lv rv... ,i;...t th. CttrV t ull for diruioa of ereceeds among we new oi irr o. ikwiw, deceased, the follewiog valaable lasdi. to wit : Let No. 1. eeetAlniBC aerea 71.7 peies. 2. " At aeres 71 petes. 8. 9S acres J peiw. - - i. " 96 acres 32 pelea. a of thU njrvar Bsa.r be rcea at one before tbe day of tale at tbe Clerk's office, by parties desiring to purefc-ase. 1 r nrtSttrrad. tbese lots. aOBtainiar tAoutlk&r Mil .m nAMArtui wtK L. Uvll ..nnu Tbee lands are sitaated Ha DbMrirt No. 21, of XlavMsen oohbij, iQrce sac a nail miietlrea Nuhrille, near the Dkkirwm pike, are well timbered, exeeedinily frtl'.a. with milst Sprinrs of nTr-failiog water en the premises, and suitable on actvant of the eecvenient site of tbe diaercDt traete and their proximity te Nashville, for ma of small mean, for garden! ez ut other parpeeet. Sale, fiatnrdnr. Anrll n. 14C7. at th Seath ead ef the CotttUieeee. at 12 o'eleek y. Txi3 One-tbiril eesh. belanee ef perteent on fix and twelve n'elb' tiese. Jtetes wi interest, and personal wurily reeairad, aad Nea retainei P. L. NICHOL. CSwiu raarlf w . T6lacco IIanters. IXTZ ARK. NOmPRBPARHD TO STORK t V flblnerpaiaaAsa Tbatf. eMaer U flbln er n mifcaeaa. ewaer laese or la be; ssbeeds. at ear Warbeee. Market ttreeL ..in. dceU-tf lil.l HUGH MoOREA 3c C 0. D. BENSON No. 5 Union and American Block, (Opposite the Maxwell XeweJ JpUBLISKER AN D DEALER IN f SHEET MUSIC And eTery kind ef MUSICAIa 3IERCIIANDISE. PIAIf OS, yrom all the Best Makers. AUe-itiw only Agent In tbe South fer tbe meebOU brated BURDET CHURCH aad PARLlk ORGAN. Pianos and Organs tuned, asd all kfatda ef Mnaieal Instruments repaired. feW-tf TEHNESSEE OIL REFINERY HAVING ERECTED A COAL OIL Rg fineryat tbe Junction ef .Skews"! Creek and Noieesville Pike for tbe dtftilletioa et Tennessee Oils exclusively, we are j eared to furnish, at tbe lewest market rete. tbe Mlow inr products of Petroleum : Extra White Bdrnln Oil, Distilled Lubricator, Crude Lubricators, Napntha, Gasoline, RiKholine, ! AHphaltuiu. Our burnifkg eM beers a fire tet ef and U thorefbre nen.expteetvei Tbe'Lubracater?. as tbe ef all wbe have used theta lenva. ate the bet In the market. Orders may be left at tho Disc Mere ef II. T. Yasta.v Jt Co.'s, at the Aee ef Bwa A HxrLSROWEB. r Cherry street; er iMw, H0MRR 31 Y ARYAN. flaan nrlai i ilaan t matf-tf WOODCOCK & SUTTON STILI. IN THE (COAL) RINO. Round Conl 95 OO Lnui Coal - 87 OO Opposite Pesteffice.NO.SCHBKRY STRUCT. janS-tf PLANTERS' B.INIa NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITS AN ACT OF THE X Legislature of Tennessee, patted Dm her 12th. 1366, entitled an act " To expedite the di tribution of the effects of Banks, which have or may mako assignments among tlirlr creditor." natleo is hereby given to tbe boWsrs of the aotM of Thk Plavikr!!' Bane r Trxrib te file them with tbeuniiersigaeil.at tbeBaakinNHth ville, between now and tbe 1st day of January, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine. tlV.) aad re ceive certificates therefor, or they will be lereeer barreil from any participation hi the aaset of tbe Bank, 'the eertifieatert will ee reeeived at car in payment of debts dee I be Keak, whether tend ered before or after she let ef Janu ary. 1SW. D. WEAVER, Traetee. dee25-3m Memphis Avalaneheaad KanxeiHe WMireepy three msathi and seed hill to .Mr. Wuna. JAMES RVDDLfi CO., 41 Bullitt Street, Jlanufaoturera anil rrerrietrr or HURLEY'S Compound Syrup of Samparitia. HURLEY'S , STOMACH BITTBFfS. HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC. HURLEY'S WORM CANDY. Extract Jamaica Ginger. Dr. Seabrook'a Soothing Sjrnp. HARTMAN'S Oriental Pearl Drop. BETTISON'S Eucliidt Hor.-4 Utiaiiumt. t SEATON'S Chemical Writing Fluid. aprt HUHTSVILLE HOJEL. J. V. TBXIBLE. H. X. W1LLA. 1 VENABLES & WILLARD, HAVE LEASED TII8 AVVM X AM Kit Hotel, in the eitr of IIYtiU. Akhnni. far a number ef years, and have nf imm it fur the reMetion ef Travelers and I The Ileese is oeknewledsed te he a af tb meet admirably eneMxarted hens ef 1 ileiljflu meat In tbe whole country, in tl of iu t inft. ar tbo eemfirt mm! mwabua .i guest, aad is mteeted ia a '''gtllrafSiiililr. royeaitDt to all bunaee pfrtieae of tfc tewu It be been thrroagbly rleemeil aad pet in rh liest era or. THE SENIOR OF Till! riB.M Li tbe well knewa landlord of the " VeaahU XI !." ad all the (eweea bare d eaabMsra We exeerieeee ia hottt krmatmz. mad Ca4tar tbvBseivw tbat they bare aeeired a feeanhb reeetatioa u ulnpn frr tke MMb Iwa Mfl eemfcrt. They are detersaiaei te mn ao i- teaaMe expettte er eeott te mimUX In Ike want of their patreM. THE T A J5 I. 3B Will be seeDlhsd with the hert aVe saaallts sSerd. prepared ia the ate pnlatahti Mr A. BAR, Faraiihed with (end Me, ami a niLLIARD ROOIfl. With PbeUa TaMai. aee eoaiaeeteil ja tike Prtees will be thesaaM at tbeee of iaViint- elajeHeteM. Jeea J. LUMSDEN CO. MAerAcremxe A.ve sutiu w f HIDES, OILS, LBAipiE Findings, Currjer, Toojs, No. ISOUTII MAltKlCiyM -V. 0 .1 A1I VI IXE, VaNft'ItSSHIt. HlyM-tf