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NASHVILLE, TEM., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1855.
MY SERlES.-m 9
Al)ly ill I
AKDKKSOV, S. !., dealer in Lace and Taney1
Good?, ft-., 4c, Union street. No. 82, between Collie 1
and Cherry tre.is, Nashville, Tenn. dec31
B 1)11 It V, W. T. &. CO., Wholesale and Retail
dealers in Bonks, gtatiouery, Ac, West side I'ublie
(IIIT( A AltltOTT., d-alers in Gentlemen's
J Aoparel and Furnishing Goods, Cedar rtreet, near the
P,t office. . jlS
DO(l'l,ASs II. & It. A CO., Importer and
iVhilesaie dealers in Domestic Iry Goods, Hats, Caps,
ttomieis, th?', Ilrogaris, 4c, north side Public Square.
JAIil. A' CO., Importers and Wholesale dealers in
Foreign and Domestic, Fancy and wt'iple frods,Iionnets,
Fats, Hoots, bhix-s, Ac, north bide Public cjuare. jelS
If A I.I, A Cr"V I yti If, Importers and Vl.ole
P sale and Retail leaers in Tcole and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, 4c, College St. between Union and the square.
Hi: DI'.HSIIOT T, V., Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in Dru?s, M-dicines, Puints, Oils, Dye-stuffs,
etc., corner of Cellar st. and the S'juar e. jelS
M UK Iil.l,, II. Civil Engineer, Purveyor and
Draughtsman. Also, llvit KwpiT and Genera Ac-
AO "iiatit. Uit)'" on Spring e. one dour wetof Cherry St.
(flt(A A CO., Wholesale dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Ooo 1-., etc, N.irth side Public bquaie.
Sfl;U li:'f, ICOIilMIT, Wholesale and ltetal
i' aier ill tirim-rins, Liuuur, boat Mores, etc., Water St.
r'l -i;-,' ii rMtjailnu Landing, els
Url IT CHAIN, '. S., Manufacturer and dealer
in Printing, W riting, Wrapping Paper, eat side Puhlic
' l'li;it?l A, J. .11., Wholesale and R-tail dealer
1 in Driii"", Me ii ines, Points, Oils. Dye-stut's, etc, sign of
the l.ion and Mortar, Market st., 4 doors from the Square.
not roit iiooi i. .m's
ixllkuatj:!) (;i:n.nA. kitteks,
pRf PAarn Br
Dr. C. M. JACKSON, riiiladelpiiia, Pa.
Will effectually cure Liner (Jjtnuliitit, Dysjiejiun,
Jaundice, Chronic or Nervou hdiili'y, dhax of
the Kidneys, and all dixvaxtt arlniug fiom a die
vrdt rtd Liver or Stomach.
Inward Piles, Full
ness of li'ood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stom
ach, Nausea, llarthurn, Disgust
for Fund, Fullness or weight in the
Btomach, trrur I-nictations, finking, or
Flutte-ing at the Pit of the Stoinai h, Sa im-
roingof the ll ad, Hurried and di'licult hrea'h
lusr, Fluttering at the Heart, Choakitig or Sufl-icating
feuxattoiiH when in a lyinff ponture, Dimness of Visi n,
Dots of Webs before the Sipht, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head, Ibfieieney of pprp'ratinn, Yel
lowness of the kin and Kye.-f Pain in the
Side, Hack, Chest, Limhr, -.. Sud
den Huih'T cif Heat, l!ur iug
in th" l-h, C n-int Im
airininirs of Evil, arid
Ti e Proprietor, in callinir the attention of the public to
this preparation, does so with a freiir.jr of the utmost confi
dence in Its virtues and adaptation to the diseases for which
It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
the text of a ten years' trial before the American people,
and its reputation and sale ate unrivalled l.y any similar
preparations extant. 1 lie tehtimony in its favor (riven by
the must prominent and well known Pl.y-icuus and indi
viduals, in all purls of the country, is innm-nse. The follow
from your own F tale, is repecftilly snhmifted, referring
uy wiio may null doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Practical
Receipt Hook, for Farmers and Famili.-s, lo be hid gratis, ol
all the Agent for the German Diner..
Principal Oftice and Manufactory, 12n Arch street, Phila
Testimony from Tenacstee.
Dr. If. B. Fcarlxirouirh, Dover. Tenn., Auir '2", 1s'3, says:
"I have sold all the German Hitters you have sent me, and
if the preparation continues to do as much good as it has
done, it will be the best medicine ever s?ld le-re.'
I . Snodfrass, Sparta, Tenn. August 2D, ls.'i J, tays : "I am
pleased to state that your German Hi'Vrs l,a g'v n satis
laction in every instance where it has been u ed."
It. T. Ilollins, H'llshoroiii'li. Tenn., Auirusl 2n, lsM, says :
"I am pleased to state that the German Hitters h.iVe give.i
general sati faction
Dr. P. Katio Ilro., KnoxviMe, Tenn., P'h April, lM.
nid : Vour I'itters aie now reliing very fast, and every
person that ha used it, bo far as we have been aide to learn,
has i een benefited."
J. W. Franklin Co.. Gallatin, Tenn., Dec. n l-r ,10, 1-M1,
said: "The new linn wiM want more of your Hitters soon,
as one of the partners thinks it is a great medicine."
U. S. Hardy, llolivar, Tenn., September lfi, lN''2, said:
"There is great demand for your bitlers here; please send
another lot soon."
They are .ntihki.t vnm-TABi F, free from all injurious in
gre iienta, always strengthen tlie system, and never pros
Sold In Nashville by I1FRRY A DK.MnviM.E, II. G. PCO
VKL, EWIN HRO.-t., and G. W. HENDEKSIIOTT, and by
Dialers in Medicine and Storekeepers everywhere.
marM doawtriawl y
( ITII V UCS.
fE this day advaced the price of Cotton Yarns, ami are
aelhng at 1 1, 10, 9 and Scents, for mm. hers 4, ', ti and
TlMI S per centetl on quantities above 10 bags, and time
regulated by quantity, as heretofore.
jya W. II. GORDON 4 CO.
STEWART & OWEN,
No. M Market street, a few doors below their o d stand, and
next door to W. II. Gordon 4 Co.
4opM-r, Tin mid Mit-rl Iron Warn,
ffEEP constantly on band nit kind-i f
nproved CouKINii STOVES; also, - .--5
rttoves of various kinds, so -h as Parlor, Hall, If cv. tji
Fluted, Hox, 7 anil HI plate Stoves. Also,
i I'rovcd t.'oal Stoves, of ail kind-; Enamel- frfttfCa'rT
and Plain Mautle Grates. CA.sriBiod or
1 1 kinim.
Job Work solicited, and executed wi'h neatness snd des.
patch. Feathers, Ginseng, lleeswax, Pewter and old Coppei
taken iu exchange lor wares, 4c.
P. S. We hope our old customers will r. member usie
JIM ll Itl.lMII I),
Ey the Howard Association, Philadelphia.
REPORT ON SI'EUMATOU'IIDKA, or Seminal Wiakne.-,
Impotcnc -, the vice of Onaiiisni, MasWiihalinu r Self
Ah.ise, anil other Diseases of ti'e Sexual Ocit an s, w i h ati hc
ourit of the errors and d-e- rdions of IJ'iacks, ,-ind vaiualile
Advice to the A Hinted, I y G Eo. II. Al.llol'N, M. D.. Con
sulting Surgeon if the II mar l As-o. laiion, IV iladrlphia.
Pa , a benevolent Instilu ion estahli hed by special endosr
nient, for the relief id the si k an I di-tressed, ailtiru d with
"Virulent and Epidemic Diseases." A ropy of t' e almve
Report will be sent by main in a seil. d rnvch pe,) f,-, e of
charge, on the receipt f TWO STAMPS f .r postage. d
dress Dr. GEO. It CAI.IIOL'N, No. 2 South Ninth St.,
I'liiladrlpliiii, I'll. ctlT-tlim
GRISWOLD'S COTTON GINS.
' 1 1ll E subsi-riber bring aaent for the sale of the above fins,
1 will keep a supply on hand, or furnish Planters at short
These gins have the character of making good 'inl, gin-ninx-
faster, running lighter, cleaning the seed bctlcr, taking
out iiore moats n ti ash, anil hiving boxes more durable
andsx-ure against fire, than any other gins now in use, and
areoLered on terms more advantageous to the purchaser.
The most satislactory references can be given to establish
this reputation, which they are nlsn ahhamuMo maintain
n trial, il used according to the directions -eni with each.
' II T. V I- ATM V
"CUMK TO PICA.
'PIIE large surplus of PEACH BRANDY. APPLE HRtN
1 DV. DRIED PEACHES ai d DH1HI APPLES, in T-n-nessi-e
the present season, wi!l find ready sale at my store,
at the highest marlet pr'cc. f 'r the tilihy lucre, commonly
railed drill, or ill exchange for Groceries, notwilbsUudiu
l Ai.i. ok M:iiANroi'oi..
Bring it along and get thr needful, don't be backward.
CIM III II ANDERSON,
octlfi Nos. 1 ami S llioa 1 i t., Nashsille, Ten.
T F.GRO Mrngans A Thick Boots, extra sites ; Kip Hoots
I and Brogans at lowest prices.
JOHN RAM AGE,
lecl 41 College street.
D"u7it7M A II T I K,
SO. 8 NORTH SPRUCE ET.,
oct-20-tr mi ii. 1. 1 , ti:.
NEW ARRIVALS OF LADIES' FINE SH0E8.
A DIE' Ki-I R R Hoots and Bmts and Ituskins;
J " Front and Side Laced high Gaiters:
Fine Kid Hi.-It Laced Huskii s,
" Th ck holed Ituskins;
M " Stitched WatVit.g hhoes,
Cloth Thick Soled buskins;
Misses n l eh K. K Gaitem; Just ened bv
JoiiN R M AC, E,
P25 42 Coll.-ge street.
: A IIlt.l,
IN OAK TANNED I FAIHfR HEI TING The suUrrl
tier oITts a lot of alut Mi feet of rime oak tanned
a-ather Belting, in widths f-orn two to six inches, at cost
cash prices of New York) and J per ct. Ai pty soon.
novS INO H WEST.
J;OU A1.II A HOI SK AND l.i.T In West Nashville.
The lot fronts on M. Gavock street fal feet, and runs
ark lo'i feet to a If oot ahey. The lluusr contaii-a 4 ruuius
and hall, with stables, Ac. K. A H A I I t) W E,
ocOi Genl Ag't. No. 17 Deaderu-k st
i n i:.
LL those indebted to the Ute linn rf II. B Plummer A
2. Co., also, that of Rot b Co., are resec'f dfy n le.ted
to come forward and make pavtuetit by the first dav . f Jan
uary next, as we, their tu-vrssors, are dv-iiou, ol - wing Hie
We ran at all times be f.uuj at the nl siand Nn 2H,
I'niou strtet. Iec4-tf ROU11 A CR A W Fi'E D
T,f AlxTDU-A partner of experience In tt e In :-br
V business, who want-to invesi f : run t. .,! " in a
first rate (team null now m oi-i v n-n, i .ring uir''ur
advantages in making an I xinng lumber, in Davolsux
county. Com'n'ini a n.i.s addrrwed to K. G., Sahvblc,
Tenn.. o- til ;j'.U inc., will receive prompt aitru'.lon
novH tf E O.
Louisville Journal please copy to amount of 1 1 and chatge
WITH a cash capital ol from t.'sHi to f l0 In a lura
tive, genteel business, whose time would ! res4U,rv4
only from V A M.toSP. l. T a gentleman of good d
dress a handsome Income may be realised. G.aai arcarity
riven for amount Invested. If prelericd a liberal sa ary
ill be guai an teed .
Ad.lreaa.sta'ing where an Interview may be had, to
K LTHEKKER. ros Office.
N. II. Persons not having the above amount of Cash
need not apply. auglT tf
Hlif at! Wheat!
WE will pay CASH for Wheat delivered In Nashville.
Backs furnished. Call and sew as before yow srll .
augl5-U J. a a.. 1 EAT MAN.
New York City Business Directory
From F. M. PETTINGILL 4 CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, Nrw Voax,
And No. 10 State street. Bo-row.
P. 4 Co., are Agents for the most influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United States and
i i-riTTl'M I a- to., importers ot rcuch ana
, v.. i. oeun Good?. No. -iH iiroad street.
PATENT ELASTIC EKIRTS.
TMTKS A- KHAX I"., 1 Harclny St.,
V. I'Hutitin. None are genuine fxctpt they have
the stamp of the Patent. All iranufactureM and sellers in
fringing, will be prosecuted according to law.
WM. WT. KNOX,
o. fel, Itroulva. asli v i 1 1 Terr.
N. Ii. To his r.wn he has added the entire stock and
ols of the late R I uikle. jel If
(Treat .southern depot
a i) .i;.m;iai. .k;i:m v
For Sale of every leeripiion of
JIanufalurrd Arlirl-9 itt-.d .'Err
HEXJ. F. SHIELDS,
NASHVILLE, TEN!. ,
HAS taken the extensive and commoitions Ware rtooms
lately occupied by Messrs. S. II LOOMlS.v CO , cor
ner r.f the Public Square and College slrret, fir the purpose
it transacting an exclusive omiisioi, Afrriicy
UIICI AIM IIhh It IIIh sis, and would most respect
follv an'icit Consiriiments of mmci Good of rc7 anil tivy
description adapted to the market. Having determined
to purchaae liny article on his own account, and fla'tering
I imstlf that from long exrerience in eommt rcia life, with
a determination to give satisfaction to Consigners and Ship
pers, will be happy in c en correspondence w-ith Mtmufac
turer, Deab rs. Ac, in the various Cities of the Cnion, who
may wish a prompt and efficient Agent cr Factor in this
f4)VOrders for the vaiious Products of the enntrv at
tended to. iu;nj. F. SIIIKI.DS.
Nashville, Fept.1, l'.r. seplts tf
ritOMAS Honoa auxin WALXM
E0DGE & WALKER,
Ilarbcra, Hair Ircsersi, Ac, A r.
No. 13 Cedar Street.
HAVFopened theirnew establishment, and offer to their
custrimer" and the public in general, inducements never
before offered in thiscitv. Having newly fi'ted nn our house,
we feel confident that all who give us a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to Bs'bering, Hair dressmg. Arc, me
have large, commodious ard -teatly furnished Hath-Rooms.
These are the finest in the clt, and as to convenience and
comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coontrv. While pass
ng, gentlemen and patrons, iiwt step in and ses with w hat
magic we "make the hair fly," and what a salutary eilect our
pure water has upon a wearied and rotte body.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT
Correr of Cedar ftrcct and the Square,
HAS received th" most of his Spring stock arS
it i rA ha the pi. a-ure of ifTering a most plndiillflf
A j, lot of Drugs and Medicines, and wruil oOer t" 5
the Puhlic the purest arlicl of every kilnl. It i-nlV
neeessa v to Fay that all medicines, and every article sold
by me. are of the best quality.
itris G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
iifin i.i. f 1 1: j i K'l- Sold bv
I1 pri- O. W. H ENDER- HOTT.
r10M.UIS WAII It, Lexingtm Mu-tard, wr
J ranted genuine, pure llrandies and AVir-es for medical
purposes. Sold by G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
SIMPSON A VH.l;i'S Armnitlii'
tllilil ll Hit 1, (iaid to be a vc-v pond medicine,
for sale by G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
Sw edish i.i:j;chi s-?o!.i bv
ai.rt O. W. HENDERSHOTT,
W.llti:-For sale by
(!. W. HENDEflSliriTT.
almost everv kind.
(J. W HENIT.ItSHOTT.
1)1 Itl! li-.tilli ltor Wnl. r
O. W. HENDERFHOTT.
TIM: ANNOICT."ir.XT of Perfutnerv and Ex-
l. tracts, various k r ds: also the best c uulity of Colot-tfe.
For mi i,.- by
G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
7 I l W ii I-ANN Various sixes for sale low by
G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
Ti:' lltli:i I'i; II i:N wanted bv
i D. D. DICKEY,
augln ns No. fi College street. Nashville
Bl ( K WHEAT IMII tt-i0 bags just received
and for sale by D. D. DICKEY.
FINE PIANO FOR SALE.
I 1ST received on cons-gnment, a fine RnpEWOIlH PIANO
S- ven and a quarter Oc'ave Iron Frsme. which will
be sold cheap lor Cash, or at 4 mos.,for paper satisfactory to
tleovoer. HENJ. F. SHIELDS,
ioxcs ipiart Flasks;
do V pint do; in store and
or.aleby W . II. UO;im a '.
I III. Ml Alfltl VAI.S.
TWENTY FIVE prime ne Chee-e:
tne ca-k extra S agar ( ur, d Heet;
One cask extra Sugar Cured Hams;
l);ie lot cxtta Heel Tongues;
Received this day by W EcSEL A THOMPSON,
voi'm; ahi uh i !
' gents Wanted in every county in this and adjoining Plates
To sell the alcove new and improved
'K A l I'Olllt .Till, I,.
r t all such a rare chance to make money w I be off-red.
I Exclusive Sta'e and County privileges w' l be cli-istd
of on unusually fair terms, by application to the proprietor
ric.Mi:its ami mock icaim;u,
I i(Tcr you a Corn and Cob Mill nnscr.iassed in the Cn
lon. and which fniinol be superceded bv past or fiiltne in
ventions. It is the very Mdl whi --h everv Far-uer an I Stork
Rai-cr should hsv, ; it wid erush final S to Id hushels Coi n
and C 'b per hoer, w ith one horse; ii easily lilted up and
managed; weighs 810 Ins , and as all Contact ol the g, indmg
surfaces i prevented, wid last anv f trni-ran otdmsry die
time. I S(nk thus ol its durability, Ixcause tie s-me
principle has lern fairly teste I iu the old Bal k Mill. W ha
is il that wants
A .Ull.l, 0 Till tl,
for one month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction, to
return it If there he any man Hi is disposed, let I i in n w
speak. Satisfaction is warranted in every case, or the mon
ey will be refunded. The Cru-lu r Can he attached to horse,
water or steam power, which renders it the most convergent
Mill sou'h of Ma-on's and Dixon's line. All other 'ru-heis
now in the Sou h reipiu e too much power, or will soon wear
oul. According to
nn: i. awn or i it ici:,
a Corn and Cob Mill which admits of a lateral or wal bling
tnotitin w ill. ii'Cf s.in'-, soon wear out; ail oitier t'rushers
ate amenable lo this grand objection, ami the Proprietors
1-AKx not dispute it. Ih the e n tru ii m of "'iii ni Awm
H A," I have Ciikkli power, an 1 1 nstt C"NTai.ios. 1 have
lessened f r'vti m, and I i-iia!.ls is osx ohi t i the c mtrai y;
1 have pr. vented a w.ib!..i g lateral I. I'mri, arvl all are
conite led to a'knowle!i.'e it, tht rehire, 1 assert t hat it is far
superior lo any other Mill. 1 am now scl log tin, Tennes
see invention at the small sum of
I II I V IMII. I, tltS,
And any one wanting a "good1 thing," ar earnestly req o-st-
d to examine the tine merits and principles ol this Mill,
and order Irom the Proprietors or Ag 'nts.
A liberal discount made t,i dealers.
J. P. DIIOMGOOLE, Sole Proprietor.
Shelby die. Tenn.
. : i: t ,
Kills. Mmre A CO., S4 Market street, Nvhviiie, Manu
(actuirrs and General Agents.
Beaumont, Fall A Co., Clai ktville, Agents for Montgomery
Ab. Watkins, Pul isk!. Agent for Giles County.
Wm. H. Hunt, Salein, AKent for Frankliu CuiiB'y, Tenn.,
and Jackson ouuty, Au
James II. Vance, Castatian Spring, Aent for Sumner
J. W. Hatcher, Columbia, A-rnt for Maury Cou-ty.
T. M. I rll, P. M , Ito'ne, Agent IcrSmith County.
J. R. A kin, Charleston, Agent for Itrad'cy Caii.ly
W. tt. Ilunlry A Bros., Lou lun, A genu l,r East Tennes
see. 1s t lo c l
HANDSOME INCOME TO BG MADE AT HOME
' I Ml K alaive ran l-e ma le In every l'on and County
1 throughout ti e Colon, by engaging :u t'e uianiit icturr
and sale of an s rtn le, Uhju w Inch, lor an outlay id lfl ur
thousand dolUri a year uiay be made. The a tic e aa of
umtcrsal daily roiisun p' ton. and one that has puixlcd lie
brains of some of th-- in -st eminent Philosopher.
11 is self evident that it I destined to heroine one of tl e
most rcccssary ol toe necessitiea of Ide. The aetie'e is one
ll.it will have a re.dr an ixriium ul sale as Hour
Full particulars wi.l t e sent by mail, on the recr pt of 1'.' V,
cents, or an rqiiivai nt tn Post Office S'.ati.p , Specimens
sent whru r j nied. A dirv.
J AMEis T. IIORNF CO ,
octal 1m Ii ,x 4 r.M, l o t 0S..-e, rv ork.
OI TII 'IEIU HAMS
VRE rrndn led thst I the Wace-roo-ns well
.t.Mked with t.VthY THING NEW AND DK I 9
flitAII.E Hi wis hue f.r .he t aU Trade, anj would be a"5-
I lra-ed to t.l thnr orders.
A. J. FRsNftSCO,
No. Vtt Pul. In f.iUsre.
't ' :t
JCST KECE1VL0 FOR GENTLEMEN',
FN rS' new Top t'll Congress Douhle Ss,ir4 Gaiters;
' Vg-t Walking l.i af.ns, srwed;
" Call W. P. H. h nrd Ilea,
W hh a general asKrtuiiBl of Vo) and Voutl--' C. tf Hoots
J;ul.i KAMAi. a.
4i C lege st
CINCINNATI EETSEAT F0II THE INSANE,
IN CilAlDiK HF
Miwtitn h:ai, ?i.
Editor of the Amtrr Ptrcbol. Journal, Lecturer oa
InaaBitT aud Eorenjic Kedidue, lata Tro
fciaor of Obste trirs, formerly of
Kateiit Medic, Ac-
'IHI? Institntlon u eprn for the res-i lion of patients. It
X It select elat,iuhDieat, presenting superior alvau
tagrs. Nun but quirt paltruu are alailled. lhshmgex-h-i
k nee of the superintendent, as a practlLuner abd teach
er, afWdsa (uaiaaty of kindly caieattdlbe saoet sweeceaful
Persons who prrfcr to bring their owe servant can make a
se.al arrangement li (kat edeut
Terwss Blade knua a ou applicatkiB til l)r. Head, flltw
t iuuati, O. maiiy
HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From VISC1IER ft SCHEI E'S Genl Advertising House,
ArpLkTos' Building, 846 and 848 Broadway.
Late No. 60 Nassau-Street.
GOULD 5t PRICE,
32 Piatt street, New York,
STAIII-HOUS A-I STAin-PIaATES,
HATF, CONSTANTLY ON HAND, a general and varied
assortment of the newest styles of .
German Silver, Silver Plated, and Erass Stair-Rods
and Brass Etair-Platts.
Al-, dealers in Bts)-S TRCNK BANDS, TRUNK HARD
W A RF., CARPET THREADS, TACK3, a.id FINDINGS.
Ord-rs by mail or t-legraph, att'nded to with promptness
anddispaUh.fiotnany partol theL'nited States and Canada.
GOULD ft PRICF,
Ofliire Z-i Piatt street, New York.
decr 1m Fietory f S Hamilton st., Newark, N. J.
"Wines, Tranches, liquors, &c.
EE VENOGE & CHABLES,
138 Pearl Street, New Tork,
I TT AYE es ab'ihed an Agency fir the rale of their impor
1 a a. t.iuor.s 111 me city 01
WSVII.I.i;, ul o. 7 PlIiLIC 8(1 1; A it 1:.
Dg V. ft C are the representatives of some of the larges
houses in France; among others the CENTRAL SOCIETY
OF VINEYARD, PROPRIETORS 0FC00NAC, whose Bran
dies they are prepare ! to rff.r in Half, Qjarter and Eighth
Tois llous- has be-ome cclehrat-d for the excellence ol
the'r tlcpmenlo, and from the immense capital which they
represent, c.Ter superior advantages, both in quality and
price, over tv o!her hrandies. Shipments in Bond, if de
siied. Da V. 4 C. a so offrr for s le of their OWN IMPOR
TATIONS. an asrort.nt o' CHAMPAIGVF.3. CLARETS.
MADEIRAS, SI1EUK1LS, HOCKS, VVUDrKlES, GIN and
RUM, Ac, An.
Charles' London Cordial Gin,
Di tilled In London, under supervision of the Uritish Gov
ernment, expressly for De Venoge ft Charles of New York,
a pure tonic, stimu'ant and dinrttic drink, pronounced by
medica' men tube the mott sanitary alo'iolic distillation
ever f flered to (he Public. This liin, from its peculiar qual
ities, is eminent'y adapted to par's of the country whose
waters a! ound with Lime.-b ne. and is in general use as a
beverage, throt-ghout ihe while United States. In eases of
one and two dozen bottles, each bottle bearing the words,
Charles' London Cordial Gin, blown in the gUss, and the
Proprietor's fac simile on the label.
All 1 rders confided to the care and scrutiny of Messrs. De
Venoge ft Charb s, through their Nashville Agency.will meet
with prompt attention and dispatch. lec5 tf
Till: A ?l K It I V A X WATCH
IS now on sale by the principal dealers thronghout the
country, and the public are invited to examine and t-st
the quality in comparison with the IMPORTED ARTICLE.
They are cons' nie'ed on the Patknt Lf vsa Pkiicipl, so
In-g trcd and approved, with such alterations in the ar-rar-gemer.ts
of the parts, as longexperieuce has demonstra
te' to he the best to ensure
TiEUMSlUTY. An LllACY ASD DURABILITY.
The Manufacturers warrant the
A .tint I CAN WATCH
In every particular t-f its wnrkmam h'p and performance.
N. B None are genuine unless the name of the manu
fieturtrs, DKANI.-ON, HO.VAhD ft DAVIS, Wa.'tham, is
et graved on the movement. noirtU tm
Tin iiA.i si:vit; .iiaciiim:,
MANCfACTrUtD CStlgR PATI-KT OF
T P.. E0BINS0N AND S. H. EOPEE,
DY HOWARD ft DAVIS, BOSTON.
ITMITS Mac! ine m tuiiU; siws; uses but a single thread;
J TiiasAi'S its o n need es, nd takes every variety of
THKOt CH stitch viV.ovt "p tir ctttifn. The stitches are
foi med :he itme as n luiint e ving, and except in the per
fection of th ir accuracy abd regularity, cannot be distin-tirpui-hed
from hand work. This work is performed with
at Ismf six times the rojii'litt, while being of vastly superior
quality to the btEtllan l Sewing.
W. II. WIM-SON,
Appleton'a Building, No. 843 Broadway,
r,nv2i 1m Jev Vert.
(Circulars and Samples sent by mail on application.)
l o ?77tvi v (Tl a ssWs.
AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY.
IIOItAt i: V. SUM. lilt,
WHMFSA1.E ASD RETAIL .SALEROOMS,
64 Forsvth Street, IN'cw York.
Ml. If. V. S. would call the attention of strangers vis
it nir 'he city, at d especially those in the trade, to his
extensive WARFROOMS AND M ANITACT"RV.
In the possession 1 f uneipiated facilities, he is enabled to
ex-c-ute all orders cn the lowest possible terms. The sale
rooms are replete with choice specimens and a full assort
PICH GIl.MNff IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
M0l,!ilNGS, HICII GILT. R' SE WOOD', OAK, MAPLE,
ZSBRA AND MAHOGANY,
In every variety and constantly on hand.
Orders from all parts of the
r.M'rrn ktati'kaxd cicadas
executed with promptness, parked with the greatest of care.
A liberal discount allowed to the Trade.
H V. SIOI.FR,
Ci, 67, 69 and 71 Forsyth street,
nnv13 8m New York.
FOR THE 1,000.000.
Till' I . S. I'ATE.Vr JIAKIILi: CO.
No. 398 Broadway, Cor. Walker st , IVe w York.
ARE'prepnred to execute all orders for Mantles, Taili
Tops, ClU.fMSS, PHIK-TALS. PlLAtiTKRS, SLABS, ftc, in
indtation of Sienna, Brocatel, Pyrunees, Neapolitan, and
all fancy Marbles; equal in strength, beauty aod durability,
to real marble, and in some respects snperor thereto, and
at less than half the cost Unlike msrhleii d iron, wood,
or slate, it is who'ly frw from all objections which are ui ged
sgnin-t mere surface work, where paint, copal varnish, Ac,
f ri" the temporary polish and beautvef the article. Man
tels from f-s to -hl Orders from Builders, Cabinet Makers
and others solicted.and sitisfaction guarantied.
Agents for the principal C'lies treated with,
PKTFH F.ENNIE, Pres't.
LOVtL G. MiCKLES, V. Pres't.
Josn-it Lams, Sec'y. oct2 ly
LICS'I Elt'S WORKS,
FUR Tils' MANUFACTURE OF
WOODSWOaTH'S PLANING MACHINES
A N II
s t 1: a 1 1: n u 1 rv r, s .
5? I'tiirl stlrrrts Itrooklii, .. A".,
(Opposite New York City.
f VII F subscriber having been engaged lor the lt 15 years
J in II e almost exclusive manufacture of this most Im
portant invention, W. lODWOKTH'S PLANING, GROOVING
AND T'lNCriNG MACHINE, has recently completed the
large addition to Ms already extensive Iron Works, will n
t cote with disnatrh nil orders in the above line to -in unlim
ited extent The unive- sally acknuw'e Iged superiority of
Woivdsnorth's Planing Machines, manufactured by him, over
all o hers, requires no re:teialion.
In ti e mauuf n ture f STEAM ENGINES, we claim a su
periority for power ard speed, beiuty of construction and
flnUh; and also guarantee the engines to transmit Itttl per
ceo.t more power lor the same money than can lie furnished
bv any other manufacturer and more th in lim percent say- i
ing in tar and t-ur, ai well as a large saving in thecon
sumpllon of fuel.
t'f'rfne1 I'trrtirn h irh y thf .Statin E'lffnss tloir in !(.
Pardee ft Morgan, New Haven Ct.; S. VV. Slocnm, Prook
lyn, N. Y.; Timo'hy Dahnl Astoria, I.. I.: Lyons A Curtis,
Prtdgi-jior', Ct ; Stamford Manufacturing Co., Stamford, Ct.,
John f'.Sanford, New Haven. Ct ; Koilin Sinfnrd, New Yjrk
City Chas. F. Loo?cy, Austrian Consul General.
RffrrrtH'e 1 1 I'ttrtir firrhnj tht 'linrii th I'fining M1
rtihte ttott in ue.
G. Tt Sloat. Kersinglen, Philadelphia, Pa.- Kidder ft Mar
tin, W i miugton, N. C; A. I.. Clapp A C, Montgomery, Ala.;
G. A. S iii'i"-1. New Orleans, 1 a : Hinkle, Guild ft Co., Cin
ci'inati, Ohio; Kansom, Cobb A Co., Cleveland, Ohio; Foss A
II oil.er-, t hic.igo. Ills.; J. It Smith, Milaaukie, Wis.; P. B.
A L. I . K.lot.. Iti.iTdo, N. T.; FowarJ ft SiuiUi, Oswego, N.
Y ; John Sirirr, Toromo.C. W.
O: deia and proposals rec. ived by mail or otherwise, from
all part of the United States, Cnnad 1, South America, and
Europe, i.iil be promptly attended to b Airents who are
traveht g iu all sections of the country, letters by mail
address JOHN II. LESTER,
."ft- fiin 17 Pearl at.. Brooklyn, S. Y.
line's and Baling.
NOYES & WHITTLESEY,
o 60 WATI.lt MIti;l.T,
NEAR OLD SLIP, NEW YORK,
HAVE constantly on hand, and MANUFACTURE to
Hug for I lour, ral ii, Salt, lluck-
UllCHti llHIllW, AC,
Vm, Id also call the attention of Country Merchants, to
their assortment of
SEAMLESS AND FARMERS' SAGS,
MII LI IIV iiac:s
Dssignrd and printed to oider, expressly for their use.
Our l,cil.t.e are such that we cat. supply from
li,oH to 20.000 Dags per day.
AIo, In. porters and dealers in
.l Y HAfiN AM HAfa;lCt
And various kinds of Thread and Twine, both Linen and
C'oitou.of shich wear receiving coi liiiual supplies,
TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND DEALERS.
'I lie llopr .'I lll,
71 Fa'ton Street and 71 Beekman Street, New York,
Principal Office, 1b-1 Front Street, New York,
Factory, Nos. 8d, 87 and 82 Hudson Streets, Jersey City,
rp 11 K Pi.OPRItTOia or THIS LONQ ASD WELL
I KNOW N
s uffer and Nlrr i:lbllli turn t.
Continue to prepare th best I'linriliarurllrnl
1'OM tlrrw in use, for KAISING BREAD, BISCUIT, TEA
AND OTHsK CAMS, Ac. They aiaw prepare Mustard,
Cocoa, and many other articles rf daily u-e in every family,
which tbry offer onor the most reasonable terms. Cala
is eur MtBI lo dealers who request them.
R. 11. ft J O. ISIIAM.
N. h Con.Btners advised to luquire for Hops Mnu r-
sciuxrrEUN, esotuees t co ,
lap- arias aid bBALsas la
Ting. Paintt, Olla, Eyea, P.rfunsery, c, At
I70 t lllluin Mrrrl.Mrtr irk,
INV1TI thaattentioo of the trade their laig stxt va
rted stuck of Drags. Painta, Oils, Perfumery, Ac, Ac.
la aldiltoa to their regular Irr.portatioos of Slaple Drar,
they ( r also rrcelvlog, direct from the sources of produc
tion aod manafaeturw, supple ol Tooth, Hair and Nail
Bru.biss, Bronsee, Corks, M or lara, Sfxiwgea, French aad
AiijilaH Perfumery ,L' bin's atraeta,aBd bis? other artiolee
uauaUf er braord ta Drags uu" storks, which Uwy are also
blt4 tm oiftir ea the asoat a4vaolareue lerasa.
urdi-ra, cither ia pcrsoa oc by wuil, wilt rccwlv peww"'
Itrutiwa. Js'i 1
CHEAP GAS LIGHT.
THE BKKZOLE GAS LIGHT COMPANY are prepared
to furnish Portable Gas Machines suitable fur Manufac
tories, Stores, Dwelling Houses, 8teamboats, Railroad Sta
tions, Ac. These Machines ate warranted to givs satisfac
tion. 1 bey are manufactured under 8. T. McDougall's Pat
ent, and are the only ones that will operate wed In cold
weather. The Light product d U one half cheaper than Coal
Gas, and less than the commonest Tallow Candies. They
are easily managed and free from danger, and the prices !5
pei cent, less than any other machines made. The Compa
ny offer for rale State and County Rights for all the States.
All orders should be addressed to
S. T. McDOUOALL. Agent for the Company,
nov20 6tn . 321 HroadwajiSicMlork.
FIBST PBEMITJM PIARO-rOBTES.
STEI.'WAY 3t SONS,
PIANO-rOETE MANTTFACTOBT, 88 "Walker St,
KEAB BROADWAY, BIW TORE,
T) ESPECT FULLY call the attention of the
Ii. ..wi:. ia IHie anlendid assortment Of
aemi.irrand and sauare PiaDOS. which, for III
volume of tone, elasticity of touch, beauty of finish, and
everv thin that rendt rs a Piana petfect, are unto-pissed.
As a proof of the superiority of their instruments, they beg
leave to state that at the great Metropolitan Fa r held at
Washington, the first premiums in both classes, femi grand
and two-s'ringed, were unanimously awarded to them, al
though they were in competition with the most distinguished
manufacturers from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and
Baltimore. Purchasers and dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call and examine for themselves. cct24 tf
B. LANIER & CO.
(Successors to Hart ft Hollirgsworth,)
No. 5 Market Street, Iiville,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, .
AND DEALERS IN
Forcigu & Domestic Liquors.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS.
No. 50 I'ubiic Square,
Fori to fivk iiiNimrn cases o
seasonable HATS, I'OOTS AND SIIOKS have been
added to our stock by very recent arrivals, to which the at
tention of the IttADE U particularly invited.
oct27 GARDNER, SHF.PHE1D ft CO.
lUOItGA'V ck CO.
4U Public Square,
KEEP constantly for sale a large stock and gre.it variety
of Negro Clothing, consisting of Iflaiikets, Jri ns, Lin
seys, heavy woolen sock-, all the heaviest and best make of
Cxnaburgs, Plaids, Stripes, Ac, together with a great varie
ty of goods suitable for flour and giain sacks, as well as
cotton pickers bags. octS tf
A. J. DUACAX & CO.,"
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
No. TO Public Square,
N ASH V ILL E, TENN.
HAVE now In store our Stork of PTAPLK AND FANCY,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, the largest
and most superior stock eer imported bv us, all new and
the latest styles of Ladies Dress Goods, Black and Fancy
Silks, Moire Antique styles of Cashmere and Muslin de
Laines; Silk warp and Pure Aipaccaand Coburgs; Scotch and
American Plulds, of new styles and high colors; Bonnet and
Sash Ribbons, all qualities: Mantua and Satin Ribbons, all
the d'fterent widths and colors; Irish Linens; White Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and the largest assortment of Trim
mings of the best quality; English and American Prints of
entirely new styles; Plaid, Striped anil Solid f jnghams;
Shawls of every variety and style; Red, White, and Yellow
Flannels: Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings; Blankets of all
colors and qualities; Mackinaw Blankets; Bed Blankets of
every siie and of superior quality; Crib Blanket; Steamboat
Berth Blankets, Negro Blankets, Ac ; Kerseys, Tweeds,
Jeans, Ssttinetts, of the greatest variety; Itlea-hed and
Brown Sheetings; Shirtings ard Drillings; Table Linen of
every quality; Worsted and Cotton Hosiery of evi'ry varie
ty; Suspenders: Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Pins, Neeiiles, Ac.
Our slock embrace' the largest variety, and will be sold to
prompt dealers on the most liberal terns.
AND. J. DUNCAN ft CO.,
No. 70 Public Square.
N. B We will be receiving new styles of Goods by steam
ers and Railroad throughout the season.
sept7 A. J. D ft CO.
CI,OTIII. ! CI.OTI1INU!!
WE have now In store an invoice of R E A D Y M A D E
CLOTHING, adapted to the season, which wt will-sell
upon the most favorable terms. Call quick and sur ply your
selves cheap. A. i. DUNCAN ft CO.,
septT No. 70 Public Square.
iioviiosTirs, oz-vahi nc;s, Ac.
ONE HUNDRED BALKS Domestics. Oxnaburgs, ft White
LinBeys, suitable for 1 lau tat ions, in store and for sale
by A. J. DUNCAN A CO.,
sept7 No. 70 Public Square.
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WOULD call the attention of Merchants to their Stock of
FALL &, WINTER GOODS,
They give assurance that their Stock will befour d as com
plete ns any ever offered in the place, and eomiosed of a
SPLENDID assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods, Dren Trim
mings, Ribbons, Embroideries, Ladies' Cloaks, Ac, together
with a II KAY V Stock of
AM HL.IDV - .11 A IU". CI.OTIIIMa,
All of wh'ch have been purchased on such terms ss will en
able them to sell at prices that will compete with Goods pur
chased in any market.
J"tT Cash buyers and prompt time dealers will find it to
their interest to ezvmine this ttock.
sepl7 flm T: AJV. EAKINJ01
FRESH ARRIVAL OF FALL & WINTER GOODS.
AND. ALL1.0OS. T. ANDkRAJX. W. D. M'LAMHAX
ALLISON, ANDERSON &. CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
itr.Anv maim: ci.otii
lo. 41 Public Square,
T7E are now In r celpt of our FALL AND WINTFR
GOODS, embracing a large and well selected stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, together with an
ertensUeassottmcnt of READY MADE CLOTHING, which
we oil -r to the trad on terms that cannot full to give satis
faction. We solicit a call from those visiting our market,
and shall take pleasure in exhibiting our stork and prices ta
them sugSn tf ALLISON, ANDERSON A CO.
EVANS, PORTER 6c CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
!No. 51 .flarket Street, Kaahville.
Uf X. are now In receipt of onr Fall and Winter stock of
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
to an examination of which we respectfully call Ihe atten
tion of Merchants visiting this city.
Our stork cnmpriet everything usually found in a lobbing
house, and having been purchased under the moit favora
ble circumstances, enables as to offer Inducemen ' to cash
and punctual time dealers.
DLKOCR A CO'S ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTHS
always on hand.
t'tf Linsey, Jeans, white and striped Cottons, Socks and
Feathers taken In exchange.
auk29 EVANS, PORTEn ft CO.
RecclY Irk, Forward inir indCsmntlulsii
TT A" a large and Commodious Warehouse isa-
ft A mediately oo the bank of tin Utver.
Wn:itHt IV!TI'.IIK tl-I,noo cans Woods'
Baltimore Oysters received Ihi. dav by
novlS VESSEL ft TIWMPSCV.
-2' hhls Sweet Ortnres ra-VTF-VEL
I.IOKS SO bxs. fresh Lemons received ftto day by
novia SW811. ft THO.'aPJsON.
COI'O A !M I" T !-1 ,00 fresh Coeoan UU received bv
J nov!5 WISSIL A TK IsPjsoN.
VIHV II AInlN liai hoses, halvts and quart
ll new Malaoge Baisint received bv
novlS WESSEL ft THOMPSON.
)K I'V V.S packages fresh Prones lo glass jam and
bosea, nerived by w t.va,l. ft TilO UPfcON.
I.",lll Ti: AV Just reorlved another let of Uom
trh-braUd Green Black Teas sold only bv
nolS WEaSLL ft THOMPSON.
fpWENTT THOUSAND extra EejaiiaSegsrs, sell asaort
X ed, received ttus day by
augll WIBSEL ft THOVPHON.
I7irTTTiiorND BueatLs wheat waited, fe
1 which the high at prw-e ia CASH will be paMI.
etYMOUR, FASNINU ti CO,
rt Carwvr Wsrk.lacd Chorel. streeta.
m:u H.OLH utrori
0ea of IU VWHiH City KUla, tsraer (if Colleg
JtA SprUf Surij.l
Ul O. UAMM0SD ft CO
HAVANA PIA!V LOTTERY,
JASPEE COiraTT ACADEMY LOTTEKT!
By Authority o the State of Georgia.
11 a c o ii , O a .
12,000 roil 5.
$ 3 0 , 0 0 0 ,
WILL be distributed at CONCERT II ALL, Macon, Ga-,
December, 13, IS65, according lothe following mag
nificent and unprecedented Scheme: under the sworn sup
erintendence of Col. GEO. il. LOG AN and J AS. A. NISDtT,
Cl:tt IC. Capital 912,000.
One Prise ol f 1 2,000
" " 8lHH)
" " a.iait)
" " UM
5 " tW ue 9fi 0
19 1 are " 1 S00
7i " 5" are 8,750
130 " 5 are S.o.Ki
19 Approximation Ptizes Out)
251 Prises, amounting to '. d(i,000
Only 10,000 numbers. Ticlets 5; Halves 2 TO; Quars.
tl 25. In this Scheme if yon draw i-nythtng, even the low
est prize, it will be five times the cost of the ticket. Priaes
payable in full without deduction ana every prise is drawn
at each Driving, and some person mu?t get them. Orders
strictly confidential. Drawings sent to ord rs Registered
etters at my risk. 1IU on all solvent Hanks at par.
Adoress JAS. F. WINTER, Macon, tia.;
fir. Box 143, Nashville P. O.
'PXfii w..w ZZjz.
Cabin Passaic to New ork 20.
TJTJITEO STATES MALI LINE.
The new and splendid side-wheel steamships.
KrOX'II,I,L:, l,5n0tons Capt. C. D. Lruw,
AJ:il Vr.-i, 1,500 tons Capt. T. Ltoh,
r'l,Olt I lA, 1,300 tons Capt. M. 8. Woodhdi.1.
ALiAltAI A, lt3u0tons Capt. G. R, Scub.ch,
Will leave Savannah
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
These ships are among the largest on the coast, unsur
passed in speed, safety or comfort making their passages
in 60 to CO hours, and are commanded by skillful, careful and
polite officers. Having elegant state-room accommodations,
they offer a most desirable conveyance to New York.
Cabin passage f20
Steerage passage 8
Agents: PADKLFORD, FAY ft CO., Savannah,
SAM'L L. MITClilLL, 13 Broadway.
fe2C New York.
IE0N PROPERTY FOB SALE.
IsjTII.L be so d on the Tth diy of December, next, upon
V V the premist.s, to the highest bidder, that valuable
iron property known as
vi o . t i o si i : it v rr it x.icr,
situated in Mont -ornery county, Tenn., near PALMYRA,
one ai'd a half miles f otu Cumberland Mirer. Said Kurna e
is now in full bla--t, and will cloee out this year a very hand
some run; it Iihs an ahut.dsnce cf ore and timber, which is
fi more conveniently si' Dated for a prospe- PTJvi'?
fTZ. V rous business, nerh ioa. thsn anv other R- -.t
r' f ' Kurnaee in Tennessee. Will he sold at .
the same time and place, the farm a'tached to said t uruace,
on the opposite side of the river, containing 400 acres, more
or less, of the best river bottom and upland in the neigh
borhood. Also, orer
GO ?luli-s,Oxru t'oiv Ac.
Purchaser to take sto -v of Coal, Ore, Ac, at cost.
TfRVS OP SALE: The farm will be sold for one third
CASH, the balance in one and two years, equal payments.
The Furnace will he sold lor one-fourth cash, the balance in
one, two, three and lour years, equal payments, the last two
instalments to bear interest from ihe end of two years.
The mules will be sold on a credit of 6 monihr, the pur
chaser to give security in each case. This property is sold
to settle up the copartnership.
novT wlm EAILY ft ROBB, Trustees,
P. S. Sir. Russell, who resides oh the premises, will show
the propertv to any person who wishes to see it. B. ft R.
R A G S!
$5 50 IN PREMIUMS!
HAVING largely Increased my supply of Rags by the
Premiums offered the past year, ending June 80th, I
am induced to ofler a larger amount of Pre idums for the
present year; and wi I pav the above premium in sums of ;
100, Uo, fx), 70, 6li, $50, $40, (:J0, 20 and 10, to any
ten Merchants or Pedlars who will deliver me from this date '
to the 1st of July, 1356, the largest amount of RAOS; ihe I
same to be bought outside o' and by men doing business '
outside of Nashville or vicinity, !
I WILL AT ALL TIMES PAY THE UIOHEST MARKET
PRICE IN CASH FOR RAGS ON DELIVERY, and i-sue a '
certificate to the owner or the amount received and paid for.
These certificates must be kept and sent in on or before next
July, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville can
make the awards. The largest amount being entitled to
f 100, the next largest to f 90, vnd so on down.
Merchants sending me Kags will please write that I may
know in whose name to issue the certificate. Combinations
will not be allowed.
Woolen, Ltnsev, Silk and Worsted Rags are not wanted,
and will not be included in the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
rags throughout Middle Tennessee.
Jy4 dtrwawtf W. S. WHITEMAN.
J. V.. FL'LLOHL'S,
Dealer in Land Warrants,
No. IT Deadcrick street,
(Opposite the Tine Whig Office,)
Natli v ille, Tennenare.
TIERSONS sending Land Warrants to me by mail can, II
1 they prefer, direct them to Fall ft Cunningham. I will.
through them, transmit to the owner, without delay, the
highest market price in Cash. octl m6m
The 'I.itual Protection
I.VSI llAt r:t O.TII"", Y OF :ami villi:,
Office, Kirkman's Corner op Stairs.
ENTRANCE, NO. 35 PUBLIC SQUARE..
CONTINUE to insure on the mutual principl-t. Houses,
Merchandise, Ac. against loss or damage by fire.
Steamboats on any of the Western Waters against the has
arils of inland navigation, and the cargoes of vessels of ev
ery description against the perils of the seas and rivers.
A I so, the lives of persons in good health, for a single year, a
term of years, or during life. Also, the lives of slaves em
ployed on steambo.its.
All persons having their lives or property Insured In this
institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the proDU
aithout any liability to loss beyuud the amount of premiums
which they may pay.
M. P. PI1.CHFR, President.
JNO. B. JOHNSON, Vice President.
C. J. F. Whabtom, Secretary.
Eye and Ear.
11. C. COOK, IH. !., ST. I. OCIS, .TIO.
DR. COOK respectfully renews the tender of
his professional services to the puhlic in this
and the ad oining States. A successful practice
of over eighteen year, devoted to the treatment
of all diseases incident to the STB and aaa. justify him In the
belief that all who may be in any w y alllicted m those im
portant organs, will bud from his treatment speedy and per
Dr. Cook has just returned from the East, where he has
been carefully studying the diseases of the Eye and Ear in
the principal Eye infirmaries in the United States; and he
feels warranted In offering his professional services wi'h a
degree of confidence to those who may be altticted. Those
whom he has treated are the best witnesses of his skill, and
there are thousands In St. I-ouis and the Western State
who can bear ttsii-eooy to Ins skilful treatment. He re
sptctfully refers to Hon. 11. 8. Oeyer, K. Mackrnxie, Esq ,
Messrs Chariess, Plow ft Co , St. Louis; Hon. John Mooie,
State Treasurer of Illinois; Jas. Charles., president Missou
ri lljnk; 11. Cole, Warsaw, 111.; Capt. K. C. fceury, Warsaw,
l"xT" Office northwest corner of Pin and Second streets,
np stairs, enti anre on Pine t. septll dawly
I" WISH to buy six or eight good smooth young Negroes,
1 front Id to ii). Also, two good CarnenUrs and a Brick
Mason. KKKS. W. POKTKK.
COMMISSION AND rORWAEDdQ MESCHA5TS,
A?enta for Illinois. Central Railroad,
spl dSm Cairo, Illlnla.
WATTS, GIVEN 6c CO.,
Receiving & Fomarding Merchants,
HAYT.N0 a large new and substantial Wharf Boat, all
Goods entrusted to our care shall be forward, d with
promptness and despatch. Jeatv dly
Mil DO TLX T. L.iRSiU. W. I. bOTLs.
3. DOYLE ft GO.,
eap and Candle :vianulactnrer and
Packers ml Pork and lire-1,
No. ii Sooth Front street, NASHVILLE, TEN If.
Highest price paid in cash for THow, Grease, aod
Slli:i:T 1 lot) bundles Sheet Iron, luat recciv-
d and tor al f D.D.DICKEY,
..i No ft College street.
I HATE (0 negroes for aile, of raj loos kinds, amongst
them an exlra good cook, washer and troaer, an eieel-
lent carriage driver, Ar. I cannot sell them lo go out of
lb county, awl will guarantees them to suit, ore s.ie.
novl RtkS W. PORTER.
LARGE C05SIG8MEHT OF SEASONABLE
Denj. F. Shields
HAS Jut reerlved, and effVi for.al a tare and weft,
assorted stork ol KaADV MADE CLOTHING, leuav
ing ut sums oOO Dress, isikasd O V e r - lav,
with an extensive asrtnent of Parrs, Vswra, Aioeua
ersirvo, Woolsx, and other Patar. Uir. Cars, frarsao-
saa, Srotaa, t aavan, tuvss. rocaa, Caarwr Lira
Paaasavaas, Oil. aid Urn Costs, 4e ft assaiii U-fethar
the entire suxk of a larr dealer. 1 goo.a are btfr4
I th trad In lot, to ek without delay, and aid b IusumI
-iU.y el their aiwatwa. BEN J. T 1111 kl.HH,
Agent I r u AaaigBM,
No. 43 PablicNur,towr War U,wna,
TElini-Cash on oVUteiy. !iSft i
L 1M boas low priced Virginia Tsbacoo;
gd d eehrUaii J ""usfuU d)
Nl do "Prid f Virginia" do
Id da Fa&itUoTwut tf
lOO.IVa) pnia aai Amrru Cars,
li0 de. bolts, fardiaes,
t) bbts Nats, assorted;
f Issgs each Pspper, Sple and Gtne.
mfiit tAiHolR, HANKING A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Capital --$150, 0001!
OFFICE North-Wet corner of the Public Square, over
Dyer Pearl's Exchange Office. They will take risks on
Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, against Lom or
Damage by Eire. Also, Marina and River hasards, from
and to all ports.
Also KegToes against the Tangert of the Biver.
JOHN M. HILL, JOSEPH VACTX,
JAMES COKREY, THOMPSON ANDERSON,
ii M. FOGG, t. A. OWFV,
ALEX ALLISON, JAMES ELM'
R li. GAHDNER, N. E. ALLOWAY.
W. 8. EAKIN.
JOSEPH VAl LX, IOl.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary oct4 tf.
Capital Si 00.000.
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
HPHtS COMPANY being fully organised. according to ehar
X ter, is prepared to write Po icles against LOSS or DAM
AGE BY EIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares SDd Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by
Seas, Rivers,or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Negro Policies granted at Current rates.
Otfice, No. 50 College street, East side, between Union st
and Public Square.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BF.RRT,
ANTHONY W. VANLESR, JAMES WOODS.
JOHN K1KKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
HENRY HART, Ja R. C. McNAIRY,
TH03. W. EVANS, HUGH McCRXA,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
James Watxia, Secretary. my a
The tna Inauraace Company ol Hartford.
CASH CAPITAL fSOo.OOO.
TOO. A ALEXANDER, Sec'y TH0. K. BRACE, Pres't.
State Mutual F. ft M. Ictnrance Co. of Fa.
A. J. GILL ETT, Sec'y J. P. RUTHERF0BD, Pres't
New Tork Life Insurance Company.
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL O0,0fHi.
PLINY FREEMAN, Actuary.. MORRIS EKANKLIN, Pres'
Fire, Marine, Inland Hull and Life risks taken at equita Ii
rates. jy231 JOSEPH NASH. Agent
IT HAS WORKED MIRACLES IN THIS PLACE.
fTMIAT all the bald and the grey can be restored perfectly
A to original growth, so far as their locks are concerned,
does not admit of a doubt, besides it will cure every possible
disease of the scalp, whether developed as dandruff, itching,
or In the shape of cutaneous eruptions even scald head
and in no possible case will it fail of curing, as if by magic,
nerv.us r periodical headache, and if used twice a week by
the young, regularly, it will pre-rve the color, and keep the
hair from falling, to any imaginable age. Raan and Juno a.
Loqaxsport, la., June 2Mb, 1&3.
Messrs. O. J. Wood ft Co :
Gists : Yours of the 18th came duly to hand. Enclosed
please find ttfs, it being the amount lor Hair Restorative.
1 have sold it all. II you choose you may send six
doxen bottles Hair Restorative, I think I can sell It. It has
worked Miracles in this place. I sold a man six $1 hot tits,
that was bald, and it fetched new hair out all over his head.
M. H. G RIDLEY.
C. R. R Orncr, Yasdaua, June21,15M.
Piior. Wood: Dear Sir : I take pleasure in bearing vol
untary testimony to the excellence of your Hair Restorative.
Three months ago my hair was very tiey. It is now a dark
brown, (the original eor) smooth aod glossy. The only
application I have made to it has been the Hair Restorative
prepared by you, and which from the result in my owu case,
1 cau most cordially recommend to others.
Hata RssnmiTivg In our columns to-day will be found
Prof. Wooil's ailve. Itsement of the above article, to which
we call attention, n hat it has done we have witnessed up
on several ol our acquaintances in St. Louis. Hair one
grey met our view, black or brown, as the case might be,
being the color of early manhood, and as fine and giossy as
silk, and thai without anv other application than the Kustor
ative. If it has done this upon others, will it not do th
same for any of our readers, whose "frosty brows" were
once like the "raven locks" of Lorkiel's warlike chief. If they
will try it? We think so. JMkwncul CiftutitutUnuiiiat,
Oct. 5, ISM.
ViMcgSNf, Ind., June lfith, ISM.
Prof. 0. J. Wood : As yon are about to manufacture and
vend your recently Discovered Hair Restorative, 1 will state
for whomsoever it may concern, that I have used it, and
known others to use it; that I have for several years been in
the habit of using other Hair Restoratives, and that I lind
yours vsstly superior to any other I know. It entirely
cleanses the head of dandruff, and with one month's proper
use will restore any person's hair to the original youthful
color and texture, giving it a hrallhy, soft an I glossy ap
pearance, and all this without disco oriiig the bands that ap
ply it, or the dress on which it drop. I would, therefore,
recommend its use to every one desirous of having a flue
Color and texture to hair.
St. Locts, June 49, ISM."
Prof. Wood: As yon are about to prepare and vend your
recently discovered Hair Restorative, and as you request
my opinion of it, I wsX state that my hair was a few months
ago very gray, and after using two bottles of your Hair Re
storative, it resumed its original color, and since its applica
tion all dandruff has disappeared from my hrad, and I have
been troubled with no disagreeable itching of the scalp. I
am satisfied that those who use it will not regret it, as it
gives the appearance o' having been recently oiled. I am
prepared, therefore, to recommend Its ns to all who are de
sirous of having a beautiful head of hair.
1 am, sir, yours, Ac,
II. L. S IE WART.
ITT" Prepared and sold at 114 Market street, between
4th and 5th, St, Louis. Mo , and 816 Broadway, New York.
For sale in Nashville, at Manufacturer's prices, by
Also, for sale. Prof. Wood's Oriental Sanative Liniment
and Vegetable Lifi Pills, warranted better than any other,
or thr money In all cases refunded, bee circular for all ne
cessary information with ageuts.
SCOTT'S I, ITT I, V. GIAMT
CORN AND COUI) MILL.
'piIERK are features connected with this mill worthy o
1 consideration and close examination on the part o
those wishing to purchase a feed Mill.
Its mechanical construction and adaptation to the pur
poses designed, to ciuh and grind ear corn. Its great ca
pacity, while doing an immense work with extraordinary
ease, iu durability is amply provided for. The complete
and entire portableneas of the Little Giant, rendering it
greater convenience for plantation and farm as impueai
bie. It req ures no mechanical aid or bill of expense lo put
It up; any farm hand or servant ran put up and set on
running in half an hoars time. 1 he convenience with which
the sweep may b applied to i un honsontal as ia most
usual or over head, and the nr. ili may be easily attached
where st-a-n or water la used. The power it takes, requiring
one and two horae. Th quantity and quality of product,
10 to M bushels of good feed meal per hour, according to th
degree of fineness ground, and th sis mill. Il Is th
cheapest mill, all things considered, '.here is befur th pub
lic Another thing connected with th Little Giant, as a pa
tent, and worthy of note, is th fct that there has ben no
Patent Right .peculating or huckstering about th country,
aa Is usual with th thousand bungling tnake-ahlft Imple
ment that are got on as a trade merely to get money by
selling or palming off the patent right upon the credulous
then the machine to be abamloned by ail parties as a hum
bug; on the other hand the Patentee and Proprietors of th
Little Giant Miils, believing that ihey can and determined
that they will supply th Agriculturalists and Stock raiser
of our country with a superior Mill, ax permanently en
gated In the bnslne, and have over on hundred thousand
dollars Invested in th manufactory of the mills. In th
Eaal, West and South, aoio of these etabtlhsenU ea ploy
ing 60 men solely iu this business. So highly art thesa
mills appreciated, that ft or thousand hav been sold within
the vast eighteen months, and th heavies and th arost
(xtetuav Manufacturer of Agricultural lm piemen s In th
United 8tats hav agcrli sought an interest ia tttir sianu-
facturs and sale.
No Implement has been more thoroughly tested; no on
of the kind has received so numerous and high testimonials
from Mechanic' Institute and Agricaltarai Assodaliona.
aod none, by reason of substantial, practical utility and
merit hav more fairly ground their way Into every days
se end popular favor than Scon's Litti Giant Cora aad
C"t b Mid. Orders promptly filled.
Liberal discount to deaiera.
BROWN ft ANDERSON,
ett U No. 40 Market St., Nahvl:ie, Tena.
rpni partneiship heretofore subsisting between th aa
J. dersigned la th Iron business at Pmey Farnae, ta
Dtckn county, I this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Th busnM will, lu luat, b ecod acted by . H. Nina
Ions'. W. H. NAP! Kb.
T. II. NAPlliH.
R. . NAPIE.
J. M. HOLT.
November 6th, 1385. ?'',w'"-.
caaa. o. wimii.
Excelcior Wharf Boat.
SMEDLEY, M'CONNELL & CO.,
C0XXXSSI05 AS 0 FCHWAJLDIXQ TtfTTKCTTATITa,
PADl CA1I, KV.
U7 C wool J respectfully Inform Merchants or Shipper
' lhat w ar now ttrceivtcg and Forwarding G4
fra sos f ta targe aad best Wharf Boat ea Ut We,
tern waters, being entirely aew. ! dl y
rOS THE IDIIS-EZCIITID ET rXPUKsT"
LADIU Super French lleeted Waiters;
- Cuogrea HieWd Hoot;
Brow i Congress tsaiKrs.
A few d u pairs of U.e Ulest sty las sad very haodsooM,
at oaed by JOUNRAM AOE,
f4 4i tOulieaw St.
Ill AD 10 or IS negme to com from th country last
night. If yea wVal good a, call saeau
I wish lo air a wet aura until t'h rt.it aa.
I hav aiSst tw pair ol ma'ca hor to sell.
.vis ttm w. J'".
1J A Id I R O P E .
niB Mrasociti HtMP masctactcrino comjant
X ts Bow making Mx Haedred Cl per wk W a vrw
wpvtor aruct ol trrmTCUUt machine balm nop.
Ail onltfi proaiBUj ftl'oJ. at ta nsaket ratea, bj
JOHN T. IlUUkS, FrvMOVat,
swls (ta Ho. tVmssw'Tth.aJ rt ,. Utsia.M.
UL!i U'g. toofch to bvsi s asaii of Coal, ftw si kA
Mat I 4i CM4 si.
S. M. BARRETT,
WOOD ABTD WILLOW WARE,
COEDAGX AJP fAPIg DEALES.
Manufactuier of WASH BOARDS, under firm nam of
.. WATERS A CO.
Manufactorer of PLOW HANDLES and OAK WORK, ma
der Una nam of
MANUFACTURER and Wholesale dealer In Wood an 4
WiUow Ware, Buckets, Tubs, Cordage of every de
scription; Fishing Tackle, Blarklnr, Matches, Brooms,
Seives, Hames. Horse Collars, Cedar Ware, le Chests, Got
ten Rope, Brushes, Measures, Brooms, Twin, and Han
dles. Ac. Ac.
Also, dealer in better quality of Wrapping, Roolng, Bat
ting sod Tea papers, at manufacturers rata. Deaier la
Tar Paper and Composition for Roofing.
ty Orders respectfully solicited and satisfaction guar
antied in all rases.
Store comer of Walnnt and Front street; Paper Warn
touie No. 27 Walnut street; Furtt-rv It Water street.
8. M. BARRETT,
augl tf , Cincinnati, Ohl
a. s. mcComas.. r. c. smith
MTOMAS, SMITH & CO.
FOaWAEDING AND C0MXISSI05
Vo. 3 Broadweil's Building, Sycamore Street,
GREAT VESTERN TP.UHK STORE1
Nt 25 Broadwaf,
C I N CI FX A TIy 0 HI O.
1IISE Sc WILLIA7IS
f ANTFACTTRERS of all kinds of Trav
J.VA etlng and Packing Trunks, Valises, La- -,(
dies Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, Satchels, "Vl
Ac. All orders from abroad promptly attend-CLaJLAs
ed to. we are determined our work shall not b surpass d
in the Cnion.
til?" Our friends in the Pouth will find our terms as favor
able as any other similar house feast or West, and our ft.
rtcks unsurpassed for excellent workmanship, durability
and cheapness. We solicit a trial. feblt tf
ARTIFICIA L, TEETH.
DRSsLCUNCAN &" CAMERON
No. 154 West Sixth street, between Rac and Dm Streets.
TiHIS OFFICB UNDER THE MANAGE- ,
X ment of its present proprietors, has been
increasing in reputation for superior opera-(
tloris in the Artificial Department of Dentis
try for the last ten yean, and no expense or effort shall be
wanting to give satisfaction to all who may favor It with
The subscribers would call attention to the following essen
tial points pertaining to Artificial Teeth, vis: Beauty and
naturalness of appearance, quality and strength of th ma
terials, comfort to the wearer, and usefulness In re tori n g
the natural appearance of the speech, and ability to masti
cate: in all of which they are warranted in saying they are
exceeded by none, and equaled by few.
Inserted from on to a full set, with Artificial Gums.
Full aod Half Pets invariably Inserted by suction. " "
SAI1 operations in Dentistry performed in th most thor
TERMS. Considering the superior character of th work
and the guarantee given, they are the most reasonable ta
TWO TEETH OR MORE ON GOLD PLATE,
3 FEU TOOTH.
TWO TEETH OR MORE ON SILVER PLATE,
12 PER TOOTH.
The money refunded if the Teeth do not prove satisfactory.
gTfT Forthe in ormationol those living at a distane, we
would state that onr facilities are such, that we can make in
the finest style, a hill set of TKHH in from 24 to 48 hours,
and small pieces in proportion, so that no detention need
beappreheuded. W. C. Dl'NCAJf,
J.O.CAMERON, f Dentist.
No. 158 West Sixth street between Race and Elm,
-ec1 ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
N. RHODrS, M. T. I! AO EN,
Lau y Ten n. Late of AusArnVo.
W. R. CAON.
Lait o Columbia.
RHODES, HAGEX & CO.,
FOKWABDISQ AND COMMISSION M EE CHANTS,
No. S4 Sycamore at, East tide, below Second,
l IStlMSATI, Obio,
"I XT ILL give special attention to Forwarding Goods, Pre
v v duce, Ac; also, to Ihe purchase and sale of all kind
of Produce, and articles of Cincinnati and Pituburg Mann
fact u res.
JAMES COLLINS ft CO., Pittsburg, Fnr'd'g Agenta.
rVKefer to NA3U VILL MERCHANTS generally.
jc& dtrw swtf
CAltTEK'S MA:IM1 .tllXTl UE.
The Great Purifier of the Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
Let the AJticted Read and Fvnder.
An Infallible Remedy for Pcrofnla, King's Evil, Rheumat rat
Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimple or Post tile oa
th Face, Blotches, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic tjorw
Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, fes Id Hesd, Enlargement and
Pair of the Bones and Joints, Mtubborn Ulcers, 8yphilttio
Disorders, Lumbago, fpinal Complaints, and all Disease
arising from an Injudicious Use of Mercury, Imprudence
in Life, or Impurity of the Blood.
rf'HIS great alterative medicine and Purifier of th Blood
X is now ced by thousands of grateful patients Irom all
parts of the United 8tas, who testify daily to the remark
able cures performed by the greatest t f all neduinea, CAR
Ta'R'S SPANIMH MIXTURE." Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Scrofula, Eruption on the Main, Liver Disease. Fever, Ul
cers, Old Sores, Affections of the Kidneys, Disease of the
Throat, Female Complaints, Pain and Aching of th Bone
aod Joints, are all speedily put to Sight by using this great
and Inestimable remedy.
For all diseases of th Blood, nothing has yet been ttsand
to compare with It. It cleanses Ihe system of all impurities,
act gently a ret efficiently on the Liver and Kidneys,
strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to th Stomach, makwa
the skin clear and healthy, and restores the Constitution,
enfeebled by disease or broken down by th excess of
youth, to its pristine vigor and strength.
For th La,hrs, it is incomparably better than all th cos
metic ever used. A few doses of CiaTxa's" frn-it MiITtaa
will remove all sallcwneaa of complexion, bring th rosea
mantling to the cheek, give elasticity to th step, and im
prove the general health in a rental kahle degree, beyond all
the meJlcioes ever beard of.
The large number of certificates which we have received
from persons from all parts of th United Slates, ia th beat
evidence that there ia no Humbug about it. The press, hotel
keepers, magistrates, physicians, sud public men, wed known
to the community, ail add their testimony lu th wonderful
effects of tbwOKEAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Call on the Aossr and get a Circular and Alma, and
ead the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all medicine
None genuine unless signed BENNETT ft BEERS, Proprie
tors, No. 8 Pearl street, Richmond, Va ; to whom all order
for supplies and agencies must be addressed
Aod tor sale ny w. r. tisit ana it. u. stVTiu, nasn
Tille, and by Dealers in M.dicin generally.
marlo dlriwswly .
KANUFACTUBUBS AND MLLLEES
T I are general Agents for the sal of all Cotton and
V V Woolen fabric manufactured in th Stat of Tenn
see, and have appropriated a large and commodious root
solely for their sale and sic rage. W hav also appropria
ted another room for th sal and storage of I LOl R aiou.
And would respectfully call th attention el both Man
faitureraand Hiber to Ihi arrangement
rv ii ana. now a cn
FEAE9, D0NXGAN ft CO.,
Commlsaiou V l'rvairding; .Tl ere ha it la
Thoa. Pearn, "'". P. At wood,
Jas. J. Donegaa, A. M. Uupkins.
They keep aa ofces at HanUvlIle.
sept , lsAIe-tf
TilinD LARGE IJIP0UTATI0.,
FOR THE FALL AND WISTEB, OF 1S35.
RC. McNAIRY ft CO. will open thl dav a very largw
. etock of rich and desirabl fancy gocds. Ihi stuck
baa tMsrn boocht In New York within lb last Un days, on n-
eipaJly fceeaah, which will eaabl u to sell I cask and
prompt buyer at very reuucM prim, i n puaue are re
spctlully invited to call and ssaasin their
Kfc-h Flounced R!es, tor Evening Prass;
" Day and Dinner do;
Mou d Lain., entlrwly new;
" Cmr; "
" Caahmr Robe d Cbambr, enlirely a?;
- French Calico - -With
many other rich and dlrM goods, Cau. sao ae
W shad b opening new good every night Ihi week,
which w will shibU wit i pleasur a lb soeoMxtiag mors
Bg; C. McMAIKT ft CO.
lad 1X3 Hrn.rp caitxss.
ATI rresrived another parksg. of
Ladle' super French L lleaJed Gaiters;
- " - - thick sole;
J. CV1 Cngrea Boat:
- Kid BuskiBs and PansTW;
Thick Soled b-Kita;
Mia Kid Slippers, baiter and Fancy Boeta.
,IT 41 Csdleg st-
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
Comer of Baring- aad Summer S'-a.
FTHIS sw Htxrl ks Br uw lor th aoeowisaod- ft
kut la tha ait, ia a SIVi W git SiCtia to ail.
A. U.BH nm i , r - .
BO. II 1W I.
I" toil k.ll.r-fsa Lo'i ituad la Edgefteld, front
ksg en in t ti's Crrek Tarupsa, this hI el Carnp
blFs aiorsn n .acusnd. Th aks pitrfy to well iiu
Bied eltiwr lur atasin r rwaiene. Tenn sa-y. ka
mr. of R, A. SAti-OAK, Oea. A.ul,
m,rt iSo. W Dvasterwa i
NO It I. A ll li 4U bags Prim BaltlnMs Cilss;
luw . asswvtd FvkWs;
1 hJ pip pa d t' Ciii Braasty.
rpt) liaiMyLR. FANNING ft CO.
Uri ar ncuftsr wjy again, aad will V pleased ts serv
mmt srwa4 fas u Uub liwy th F
ailnrwMttw. tMUJ waiVali, NANCE ft CO.
JtT mi:ci:i :' "
A) bMa Wrwabcd sad trded ir;
ti bbds a u C?7 stal s-sJ K.
sSs ssa'ils Ked li dsi;
t9 bills B.IUUM k-iiarst slu.
ttfii etT-MvtS, FANNING 4 C9.
-sJI I Tie