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. Ft OlRCCiT OoLKT CLERK,
..TIE OKI AS T. SMILEY.
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I II I IV E II A S CAUKETT.
JOHN It A I II S.
I-" W are authorised to announce C.J F, WH TtTOJIa
candidate for t'ie oflice o' Circnit Court Clerk fjr lzt i.oa
county, at Uie ensuing March e'.eetioa.
fT" We are authnric-d to annoar.e K. P CORRTTT a
c,nd d tte for t ofii ;e of C-m'tshie of t!ie 1 t District or Pa
' vid-on ccun'y, the Ci;y o Nashville.
We re su'litr-iied to innnnr JE? B. PERRY
a a candidate for Constable in the Nashville L-Uttict.
T- We are auth-rir,.-d to announce JAMR M. H1VTON
a candidate for re-electim to the cflic of Conthle of the
1st liihtrict of Davidson county, the City of NashviTe.
fSffTT" We re authorized to announce E. R. GLASCOCK a
candidate for re-elction to the olj-e of Oonstab'e of the
lit Diatrict of Davidson county, the City of Nashville.
'Wf are aotfcorix-d to announce JOHN HCfiH MTTH
candidate for the olfi, of Clerk of the Criminal Court of
1'avidaoa county, at the March election.
We are auihor's-d to announce JOHN SHANE, Jr., aa a
candidate for tl.e oll'ice of Criminal Court Clerk, at the tux
tST" We are aothoriaed to announce OF. W. COWAN
a a candidate for Criminal Court Cltrk of D:.vid:eon cnuitj
fit the next March election. Jt.n22
rr- We are authorised to announce EN0C1T CUNNING
HAM a a candidate for Sheriff of I'avidnon countv at the
ensuing March election. Jani8 H
Or We are authorieed to annonee JOHN K. KDMOXD
fON aa a candidate fur Sheriff of Davidson county, at the
uiuinf March election. decl id
IV We are anthorl-ed to annonnce 0. W. NANCK aa a
endltate for Circuit Court Clerk at the ensumpr March
Kiection. jn 1 td
ELECTION SATURDAY, MARCH FIRST.
Friday Horning, February 1, 1856.
New l)C6iXE8$ HoreE. Me?rs. IIaht, Mo
Cuea &, Oo. Iiave recently openel in this city
a Wholesale Grocery Store, oo Market street.
Tlie inemberof tliis firm are energetic, busi
ness men, well iu!ormel as to the wants f he
trade, and have, we trast, a biiccesaful career
J37-TheCard of ilr. C. J. F. Whai:ton
will ajtnear ia to morrow's Patriot.
Itiver and Steamboat Sent.
River still falling:, with about. 6 feet on the
Weather unsettled a little snow and a
Ho arrivals or tlej-firtares yesterday.
Alai:m of Fii:e. The alarm on yesterday
mitrnin:, before day, wasonutw-d by the burn
ing of a portion of ihe furniture in the rooms
of Col. Pickett, at the St. Cloud. Its origin,
vre learn, is i-hroudeJ in mystery. From ap
pearuiioee, it would wera that the drawer of
his writing table was the first t-c ne of the fir.
Col. J. we don't want to jostle your equanimi
ty or disturb your 1 timbers, but our advice is
to look out. This thing smells of an 'infer
nal machine," and you kniw that your ubsenre
from these parts next euinmer and full, would
be a great desideratum wilh Home people.
IJrotber Brownlow says Sag Nichts are "infi
"In periods of political excitement, men fre
quently make rash and thoughtless assertions,
and vehemently swear that if 'they possessed
the power, they would do things, which, upou
nfrer relied ion, seem, even to themselves, as
pilly and senseless as the vagaries of a lunatic."
Can this have reference to the oaths of the
Know Kuothir.gs? Union and American.
Oh, no. If it had, you would liavo long
bince been n member of the oath-bouud broth
TtSMEI2 l.rUISI.ATI Jill.
TuKsntT, January 29.
Mr. Uoilgrro from the committee on the JoiticU
rv, reaowinieiidi'd l!i paei.' of the lill torHiiulate
dti-cetiU with amendment. Tlie as it ranie
from the eon nii'tee, providrs tint the ro)rrty of
the wiff not nvlnccd to possession y tlie lni-land
duiing eovT!tirc, shall go to lier children alo-r lu r
d atll. instead of the tiusttand; and the liuslmiid
Ita'l only be JiaMe f(ir tiic wite's dbls after h. r
l.-(li beyond the timuuiit of properly acquired by
him bv mairiigt). The hill was dieu-s.'d at length
attiriniilively by Messrs. Kodgers, Turney, Atkins,
Coek, Ilavron, and negatively by Mesjis. Meieher,
and Whitthorno, and tm neilioii by Mr. Caldwell,
was indefinitely pofioiied.
A largrt Miaount l husinesa from Committees and
on the Calendar was neled npo'i on 2 ! reading.
House IJill explanato.y of iIih ltl'li aeriion ot the
Internal Improvement act of lb52, passed 2nd
House Dill for tli benefit of the Memphis and
Charleston lUilroad, and for other purposes, passed
Adjourned to 2 o'clock, I'. M.
The bill to establish the Criminal Court of the
cit? ot Knoivi!l was reported bom the Judiciary
Committee wiihout ameiidno uis, and parsed 3i 1
ruading, ayes 12. noe 10.
Senate hiils to change the lino between the coun
ties of Campbell and Scott; and to ch.mg the line
tetweeti White and Fuliiaui, passed Srd reading.
Senate hill to provide for llio gradual enlai emert
of the Slate Li 'i try, appointing U J. Mei-a, E q ,
Librarian, at f lot) a year, passed 3rd reading.
Senate bill to amend the charter of the Nashville
and Cincinnati Railroad, was amended and passed
House bid explanatory "f th proviso of the If.ih
section of the Act ofol llih Februaiy 1 S pa-sed
Adjourned to j o'tloek, A. M to morrow.
WmsrsiiaT, January SO
The committee on Internal Improveuieuta recom
mended the passage of the bill to regulate the du
ties cf Commisionera ol Roads, and Mr. Atkins
ofcred a bill in lieu, ai d w itbdrew the bill in lUu
15r. Rodger, fiotn the Judiciary Committee-, re
commended the passage of the bill establishing a
Criminal Court in Knxvil!e, into an amendment
establishing t similar Court in Ch-tlianoojja, to te
held by the same Judge. The bill was recommit
Mr. Rodger also recommended a bill hi lien of
the bill estatilisLiiit; the lSih and I Oth Judiewl Cir
cuits, and recommended he paajt with amen 1
meuts. Report concurred in and bill pasted Srd
Adjourned to 2 J o'clock, T. 51.
TuuRsnar, Jan. SI.
Mr. Johnson, fioru the jjinl aeloci committee
appointed to investigate Ibe afliir of the State
Pauiieutiary, nade a report, which waa ordered to
be spread upou the journal and SuO copies l be
ptiuted for lb u- of the Senate.
Mr. Fletcher, from th Committee on Federal
Relations, reported various resolutions upon tha
iul'ject of Fea-Wal politics, atiich were luada
special order for February 7 lit.
Mr. Cocke ofl. rrd a series of rrsoliiona npon
the same subject, which li over nr.d t the rule.
Ur fiult introduced a bill to Lroid a ainkire
fund to redeem the LouJa of the Sut Uud to j
railroad compauiea. ,
Mr. Smith: A bill giving Stat aid to th Al'&
tis, Tennessee and Ohio lUiiroai.
Mr. Carter A bill to regulat th transfer of
Stat aid from one company to another.
Sntati Lill on llttd Lodit,To prescribe t!.t
duties of Railroad Coiuuiissioner; paased.
To eatabliah the kvu ot Cetiirevtoe as a com
BiOD school disti let; pasted.
To abolish company, battalion, anj regimental
To Dial io la, iu lb Land of traders, to th
exter.t of 5 in valuation, fuble" to taxation; rtjec- j
To amend the general incorporation laws, aod to
retrench the expenses of legislation; passed.
Mr. Atkins introduced a bill to regulate the issu-
ance of bonds to railroad companies. j
Mr. Taimore: A biil supplementary to the char-
ter of the Lsgrsnpe Sjnodical College. j
Aj urneu to i r. U.
AKTrRSOOS 6KSSI05. '
The Senate was tniraged duting the evening iu
considering Eouse bills ou first and eeeoud reaiiing,
a large number of which were disposed ol none
of geueial importance.
Adjourned to a. m. to morrow.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Ti".snAY, January 29.
RtH,lntitnt lr. Meek offered a resolution pro
viding for the appointment of a commit! ee of three
ou the pat t of tlie llouc, to act w ith such commit-
tee as the Senate may appoint, to vifit the Tennes
see SclitHil for the Deaf and Dumb at Knoxville,
and report upon its management and the couise of
instruction pursued therein. Lies over.
Mr. Nixon offered a resolution providing for the
purchase of a lot of ground lying north of the Capi
tol, and belonging to Mr. Winn, of Sumner eounty.
Ile.ferred to the committee on the Slate Capitol.
Tht Stilitt Dill)A. Brown, of Davidson, (Mr.
Cleaves iu the chair,) moved to suspend the thirty
third Hatidi.ig rule, which prohibits the reeonsider
tion of motions to reconsider, with the view of get
ling the biil before the House sg;iin.
After considerable debate which took a vr-ry wide
range, the raid was suspended, ayes 47, noes 21.
Ihe vote refusing to reconsider the vote rejecting
the bill was then reconsidered, ayes 46, noes 21.
The action rejecting the bill was further retraced,
until it wa9 brought before th House.
Hereupon an animata d and very lengthy debate
sprung up, which partook somewhat of a political
character, aud finally
On motion of Mr. Wood, of Hardeman, the names
of Hugh Lawsou White, and John Sevier, were
stricken out of the bill, ayes 41, Does 26.
On motion of ilr. Brown, of Davidson, the bill
was so amended as to provide for a marble statue
of Washington, instead of a bronze equestrian, to
be placed in a niche of the Capitol will) the view of
reducing the cost.
Then, under the operation of the previous ques.
tion, the bill was rejected, ayes 82, noes tlO.
Xlr. Nixon osked leave to change his vote on the
rejection of the statue bill. Leave beiug granted,
he entered a motion to reconsider the vote rij;ct
ni the bill.
Mr. fN'ewman moved to fake up that motion,
which was l.iid upon the table.
JIow liiU oh Third Rtndhig Mr. Richey's bill
to ametid the charter of Oak Grove Academy, hav
ing been read,
Mr. Durtch offered an amendment amend-ttory of
the 13th section of the Somerville Model School,
which a adopted, and the bill then passed.
Mr. W'hite'n bill to incorporate tllo Rosetta
Mining ai.d Smelting Company, having been read
Mr. Burch offered an amendment incorporating
the li.irrisou and llamihon Mining and M jtnif.ictu
tiii' company, which was adopted, and then the bill
Mr. Mathis' bill to provide for the widow and
children waa r-j'-cled, aye 33, noeg 33. Mr. Rudd
entered a motion to reconsider the vote rejecting
Mr. Ball's bill for the benefit of Sheriff', (allow
ing them twenty-five cents for summoning juries,)
passed, ayes 37, noes 31.
Mr. Holmes' bill to authorise the establishment of
the Memphis Water Wotks Company, having been
Mr. Taylor off led an amendment incorporating
the West Tennessee L iw Si hool.
Mr. Burchoffeied an amendment incorporating
the Chattanooga Water Works Company.
Mr. Donelson ollVred an amendment incorporat
ing the Sumner Manufacturing C-mipany.
The amendments were severally adopted, and
then the b.ll passed, ayes 45, noes 28.
ilr. Tompkins' bill to amend the revenue law, (by
authorising the County Courts to order the Tax
Collector to be elected bv the people if they deem
the revenue unsafe in the hands of the Sheriff,)
passed, ayes 41, noes 23.
v.r. Stovall's bill to authorize Wm. U. Guy and
others to build a turnpike road in Obion county,
bavin? been read,
Mr. Holmes offered an atrendment amendatory
of the charter of the Memphis aud Horn Lake
Mr. Runnels offered an amendment amendatory
of the charter of the Wartrace and Beech Grove
The amendments were severally adopted, and
ih'Mi the biil pas-ed.
The biil of Mr. Wilson, of Marshall, to authorize
Justices of the Peace to correct errors, passed, ayes
43, noes 20.
Uavrnod Comwhuourr' Rrporl A message was
received from the Governor, itausmittint; a report
from the Commissioner of Roads, was laid before
tiie House, and I,oo0 copies of the report were
ordered (o be rimed.
Wkdshkiut, January SO.
RilU IntroJ'icd By Mr. Doueisou: To charter
the Sumner Cashmere Cjmpany, for propagating
the Cashmere o.it.
Also: To i baiter the Howard Female Intituto
under the patronage of Howard Lode, No. 13, I.
(). O F., of Gallatin.
Endurnanrm . f Mnnjihi Rtmrfs On motion of
Mr. Hulmes, the House io k up Mr. Fugue's motiou
to recotiiider the vote rj -cling tlie bill guarantee
ing the payment by the Stile, of ccitaiu bonds is
sued and to be Untie 1 by the city of Memphis, in
payment cf stink iu the Memphis aud Lhilc Rock
Kiilioa I tomp.iny.
Mr. I'ogue sta' I that he had entered the motion
to reconsider as a fivnr to the fiends of the mease
ure, but was under no oMiga'jon to vote for a re
to:.M lei atiuu or for the bill, and ahould vote against
The pretious q lestiou bein demanded by ilr.
Parks, and sustained by ihe House, th vole was
reconsidered, ayes 36, noes 35.
Under tha opetution of the previous question,
the bill theu parted ou its second reading, ayes 37,
Tht Slavery Q'ifiu!oHir. Looney, fiom the
committee ou Federal Relations, returned the foU
loaing resolution introduced by Mr. Travis
i'JirinJvfJ ll ihe (Jtier.d AwmUf nf Tenftt,
That the prii.eipli-s ronlaiuod iu the Nebraska and
Kansas bill, passed by the Congress ot the United
States, mee'.a our hearty approval, and our Senators
iu Congress are here'iy instructed and our Repre
sentatives requested to use all honorable means in
their power, to prevent the repeal of the same, or
the restoration of the Missouri Compromise.''
A majority of the committee recommended the
adaption of the following resolutions iu lieu.
J.'cHlivJ, lit the General Atttmbly of tht Slate of
Ttnn-ure. That we acquiesce iu and will alid by
tlie h-gi-lation of Congiess commonly known as the
"Kana Nebraska act,"believing thai th preserva
tion of the Union aud the peace and harmony of
(he country demand it at our hands, but hi doing so
we deem it proper to declare as the sense of this
General Ameu.bly that Coiipres pos,-se no pow
er under the Constitution to legislate ou the sutject
of slavery in any way, but if it dues, it ia inexpe
dient an 1 tiafgeiou to f sereins it.
Resolved, Tnat while we deny this power to Con
gress aud the policy of it exercise, wa declare in
equally uucq iivoc.l leims that th poople of lerri
totiea have in like mariner no power to legislate
upon the sa ject of Slavery cither to prohmit its
introduction or to provide for its aJ nision further
than to probTl it like all other species of property,
if found within their limits, but that upou the lor
maiion of a constitution, and not until then, have
they tin power to a t ..it or exclude this iinluuiiou
without any l.mkalioU or rratrk-tioD.
JCrJi.td, That ttgrd q jailer sovereignty,
or in other wvrds, that provision in l'ie Kansas Ne
braska biil uad. r whn h th rht ia claimed foe the
territorial legi'Utuie l-j impose upoo Said territories
the od:ou and ai just principles of the Wiluiot pro
viso, as a detrstauU h-rry and a species of ra ti
jaluui not rudy inimical to the lniuutiou of the
Soui'', Lui at aar with the spir.t of lis government
R.JJ, That so much of the Kana Nebraska
act a permit lorcice before Uiry are ratut ahxed
t ci joy iu to l'eiritone the lights of cilixena,
either by t: xeicee of Sliffrag or by the acqui
siiiou of a homeslraj upon lb public d.wnatu, is
uijaalloour native) born population, tiowi as a
matter of pohev and ia violation of th consLtutiou
of the United S ates Against U.is pait ofsaui act
we enter our solemn protest.
. Mr. 1 ratis demanded th previous question and
Mr. Loonry asked leave to withdraw the resmla
tions cflarei ia lieu by tha cuuiBtiltae, aud teav
Tn eali for ths pre vioui question belug susuiue J,
th rcoliiti-u was theu aiopud, aye 34, noes Hi.
Mr. Looney then offered the resolutions of a
majority of the Committee on Federal Relations,
and asaed a suspension of the rule, that they
might be put upon thtir adoption. - -
air. Travis demanded the previous question upon
the motion to suspend the rule, and thereupon,
Mr. Looney withdrew the motion to suspend, aud
the resolution lies over. -
Deof and Dumb Atylumt. Meek called up
his resolution providing for the appointment of a
joint committee to visit the Tennssee School for
the Deaf and Dumb at Knoxville, and alter oemg
amended, on motion af Mr. Armstrong, so as to
appoint five instead of three on the part of the
House, it was rtjected, upon a division, ayes 28,
ot BiUtonThird Reading Ur. Sherawell's
bill to regulate the duties of overseers of public
roads passed, ayes 36, noes 34.
Mr Cowden's bill amen.laiory of the charter of
the Coi nersville and Lewisburg Turnpike Compa
ny, having been read.
Mr. Cox offered an amendment incorporating the
Tarasiiie and Clarksvilie Turnpike Company, which
was adopted, and theu the bill passed.
Mr. Cox's bill to amend the charier of the city of
Nashville having been read.
Mr. Burch ofk-red an amendment amendatory of
the charter of the city of Chartanooga.
Mr. Massengill offered an amendment incorpora
ting the town of Bristol, iu Sullivan county.
Mr. Donelson offered an amendment incorpora
ting the Sumner Cashmere Company.
The amendments weie severally adopted, aud
tha bill passed.
7oKe Bill$ on Third Reading Mr. Armstrong's
bill to charter the Kncxville, Sevierville and Paint
Rock Railroad Company passed, ayes 35, noes 33.
Mr. Algee's bill to compel free persons of color
to emigrate to Liberia, was rejected, ayes 37, noes
Mr. Cox's bill to incorporate the Cumberland
Manufacturing Company, having been read,"
Mr. Dortch offered an amendment incorporating
the Souierville Cotton factory, the Somervilie
Manufacturing aud Flouring Mills, and the Chicka
saw Golden Leaf Tobacco Company.
Mr. Cox offered an ameddment incorporating the
Tennessee Literary Society and the . Loeuii Mi
ning and Manufacturing Company.
Mr. Newman offered an amendment incorpoTatiug
the Anderson Mining and Manufacturing Company.
The amendments were severally adopted, and
then the bill passed.
Mr Brien's biil to prevent frauds in the formation
of new counties, (by providing that parties applying
for the formation of new counties shall have the
old counties from which it is proposed to segregate
portions, survey d, for the puiposeof ascertaining
whether such segregation will reduce those counties
below their constitutional limits, the facts to be
properly authenticated uiid to accompany the ap
plication,) passed; ayes SI, noes If.
Mr Holmes' bill to chat ter the Mtmpbis Theatre
Mr Cox's bill to estabiUh the county of Cheat
ham; passed, ayes 57, noes 8.
Mr White's biil to amend the charter of the
Knoxville and Charleston Railroad Co ; passed.
Vr Rullin's bill to amend the law in relation to
turnpike roads and proceedings agaiust them, was
passed; ayes 29, noes 28.
Daily Patriot Orncn, )
Nashville, Feb. 1. J
CNTTON Sales yesterday of four bales at 7 30;
twenty four bales at 7J, and two hundred aud
twenty bales at 7 5s
TOBACCO-Salcs of C hhds at A. Hamilton's, at
8 02i7 85, 8 15, 8 05, 7 50,
FLOUR 3 7oj4 00 per bag.
GROCERIES Q-iiet and dull, but firm.
Trade dull generally.
Charleston, Jan. 26, p. M. Cotton The mar
ket to-day exhibited a dull and heavy tendency,
several buyers were out, but their offers were not
such as to inspire holders with sufficient animation
to accept them. Prices are irregular, and some
what easier than ou yesterday, and 1,513 bales
comprised the operation of the day, at i to J- decline
on the figures ruling before the Baltic's accounts.
The sales were 38 bales at 8; 86 at 5 16; 84 at 8f;
137at8J;109at8;274 at8S; 289 at 8J; 133 at
9, and 305 bales at 9c.
Nkw Orleans, Jan. 26. Cotton The unfavor
able news by the America occasioned a heavy mar
ket for cotton on Saturday, when 8,600 b's changed
hands at a decline of iic On Monday and the
following davs there was more activity, with sales
of about 26,500 bales; the Africa's advices f received
on Wednesday) producing no decided effect upon
prices. Yesterday about 7,000 bales were taken at
previous rates. To day, the news of a further de
cline at Liverpool, brought by the Baltic,. has rather
unsettled the m irket, and only about 6,000 bales
have found purchasers, at easier rates for the lower
grade, making a total for the week of 42,500 ba's,
the bulk of which is for England and France. As
before remarked, the lower qualities are easier to
dav, but the better qualities beinj; scarce, our quo
tations for them are unaltered. The receipts since
the first September are 979,509 bales, against G79.-
123 to same data last year showing an increase of
SO0,3h6 bales. The stock on hand to night is 296,
0u bales, against 189,200 to same date last year.
Inferior 5 fin I Miidhni? ta r 9T;fVnV
O dluary 74Trv fir l'-Jt&l'X
MiJd.irj 6,7( ; j Hood fan ... nominal.
Good Middling o d and tin?...
KASHVILLE BILL AST) BRASS FOTJUDRr,
No. 17 South Front Street,
A B. COOK, rrartieal EFf.L and P.RASS roCNMfU,
1 X tuccenaur to vtrlier M, ia fp'd to ranuf.ic
ture to order, Brlie a r t hunli- a, P eambo tu and I'ljuta
tiona. A'ao, Etsam WkisUra, O I Utnlr, Cyi n-ier, Gu(t,
romitain and M p Cork. Hi.-e and iuXX well 4otnt(, buu
Uoui.t iif, AnU -Frtrtlon .Nl.-t.il.
AU work ataite b me with na'ne an I despatch, of thl
tis ria', aili irio, and warraLtcd. Jar. 14 ly
NashTille Race Course.
Thursday. th 14th February next, on the aremi-
e, we w i: wsil :h- tiaol ot lanu kuvao aa the N ASH-
I LI E KAI K COl lt-K, litnand aat one nele b, 1-w N.,h
vii, on t'e amhertand river. Ih-i tract of land eontaint
i."t acre, and wi be ntvi.tei np Into fc-'a or irom & to 10
arret each, exempt tort 6 ard (. U t Nu. 5 lc uds the Race
C arre and all the Huiidor, and willconuin bout 60 asrea.
' IjA Sa U the hit nppoitc, and via etotin about 4
Those ti Iota pwrh-ed Uerhsr w-j-ld alord tr Ihe
lme amic u.ce fnr st- ea Lota, til Is KiKca, Aa.
I'la -( ih yi-ruuJ, eutaiUiE I! e ub-.lviHna, will be
re olv in a lew day.
The white of thm ir'oon ! b laU'th'y adapted fur Mark I
Grdrn, inwll linm.
THE 0L1 JiAIVILLE RACE COZSl ia eem
prtscU iiMn ihr i.imia i f Lu No. 6 aud cao be Rude on of
the aval proBUi te Track la U.o l'ntn,
Tllli i.ovi: l"I.A0.
IMvtdee In'o lag vr mn pril-ii, wUl be of t cd for aa at
the sane ti'u.
Th Inland iawrtl known frlr TilojWe J.fid.Orav t. Aa,
and m rqol to a CahkrwU t!o d Vi is. A fine lacuna can
a atad tf of it by any one would it prcf-er atteo
Un. TktUS 09 Sill Te r rent of the pan kise winery
iU be nwrd te be iwM ta cash, the btlaoce -)! a credit Ct
be, iwa, three aad ft.ar ytara, r eotei payable la bank,
beailnr tutereat f-ixa date. OooJ pereona. am iy UI b
reutf4 oa l) tw &."! aote-, and a liea retained for th
tymcolafaa U.LsLAIf a Cl' VKrr,
a. K.. Oi.Ao., met tenco. S3 C-iUrae L
N. lb wiiuie propsny woutj be tod p (TatrJr. Tauee
v.thir f ! MtchaM the hie wl I pmta cpiy ti Thotaae
U. f.antee, Kt , l Wajfotattoro', Tan or fcjr iritef titec4
to aar aarw fjatll 4
I f CktK NSW WTTT.S TRIVT8 ; J do. BUatbea
MuatiB aad UtUUfef.
Jul rir4 by
. A. J. f I SCAV CO..
tia. a fuiuic r)uare
-la bbts. hfe 1 Lard oil M t4 by
43 Ce$t St.
Reports Furnished tJ the Associated Press.
Washington, Jaa. 80. Hocsic There was a tie
vote on the motion to lay Mr. Greenwood's resolu
tion on the table. . . . . - .
The resolution to elct by a plurality vote was
then rejected by a majority of four; ayes 106, and
nays 110. Adjourned. ' ... , .
Colcmdcs, Onio, Jan. 30. Senati After the
morning business, Mr Brown introduced a preamble
and resolution,' reciting the recent trouble in the
slave case at Cincinnati, denouncing the partici
pants in arrests, and requesting the judiciary com
mittee to inquire and report a law that should pre
vent a recurrence of such acenes in Ohio. The
preamble and resolution was adopted.
Ksw Yokk, Jan, 31. The Tribune's correspon
dent telegraphs from Washington that Mr. Dallas
has not yet formally accepted the British mission,
but will be there to-morrow to make arrangements,
and will probably start for London immediately.
Col. Wheeler's despatches from Nicaragua give
assurances that Walker will be able to maintain
The defeat of the plurality resolution to-day dis
courages the hope of its ultimate adoption. The
result is attributed to the scattering of nationals.
Washington, Jan. 31. Commodore Smith re
ceived a commission from the President to day,
Temporary Chief of the Bureau of Ordinance and
Hydrography, vice Commodore Morris, deceased.
Commodore Dahlgreen, who has charge of the
Experimental Ordinance at the Washington Navy
Yard, it is probable, will recti ve the permanent ap
Cincinnati, Jan. 31, r. m. Flour unchanged;
Hogs 6; Provisions firmer; Mess pork held at 15;
Bulk meats 6, 7a8; Lard 9; Whisky firmer at 24Ja
24; Groceries unchanged.
Nxw Yokk, Jan. SI, p. it. Cotton firm, with
sales of 4,000; Orleans middling 9J, Uplands do.
9f; do. Fair 10; Flour firm, Southern 8 91; Wheat
improving, Southern Red 1 97; Coffee quiet, Rio
11 J; Sugar quiet, Orleans 7J; Molasses firm; Bacon
scarce at 10i; Freights firmer.
Cincinnati, Jan. 30. The laborers on the Ohio
and Mississippi Railroad have stopped the trains,
and refuse to allow any train to pass until all are
paid to date.
Cincinnati, Jan. 30, k. Flour firmer, and hold
era refuse less thaa 7 25; provisions firm; mess pork
15 00, Whisky steady, 24a24J; Groceries very
firm; Sugar 8a9; Molasses 41a42; Coffee !2JalS.
Nkw York. Jan. 31, m. Sterling is dull; Flour
firm, Southern 8 91; Wheat improving, Southern
Red 1 97; Corn firmer; Mess pork firm at previous
quotations; lard quiet.
Louisville, Jan. 81, p.m. Commenced snow
ing at 10 o'clock this morning, and is still snowing.
Nkw York, Jan. SO, p. m. Flour unchanged,
western 8 00a8 87; whole Range of Rye, Flour and
Cornmeal unchanged ; W'heat continues very firm,
inferior red southern 1 85 ; Corn scarcely so firm,
southern 66a90, Old Mixed, 89a93; Oats is 41a50 ;
Whisky, Ohio and Prison, 84a35; Hogs are selling
at7ja7; Lard lOJallJ; Cheese 9al0,.
Nxw OitLEANaj Jan. 30. Cotton, receipts for the
week 36,000, active unchanged prices; sugar 6 Ja7J;
Molasses 35; barrel Lard 10; mixed Corn CSa75.
Halifax, Jan. 30. No signs of the Arabia yet.
A snow storm is prevailing here.
Cincinnati, Jan. 30, p. x. Flour unchanged ;
Provisions firm; Mess Pork held at 15; Bacon sides
8; Whi.-ky 24fa24J; other articles unchanged.
FOR SPRING OF 1856!!
rTHE iubcribers beg to call the at'ention rf their friend
1 and ihe trad generally, to their arrangement for
We ahall be prepared by the lrtth cf February to ihow a
LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK.
Our Foreign Department
Whl be pupplie 1 with almost an entirely new rtork, whk-k
haa bren p -i aonaily arlectei by one of the bouse in iLuiop
We iovite particular attention to
Our Dress Goods JJepartment.
We shall be able to thow all th
ni:wist iu:m(;.s a.o FAitmrs
la Bilks, Earages, Borage da Laines, Challiei Tit
sues, Elegant Eobes, Brilliantes, Grenadines, Di
Baiges, French, Scotch and English Muslins, Lawn
and Cambrics, Bombasines, Alpaccai, Shawls. Scarfr,
Mantillas, Talmas, Ac, Aa
A very!rirtpck ft FRENCH, t-COTCtl and IRISH EM
BKOIDKI11K8, WI11TK GUOIiS, LLNii.NCj, LlfciN UOOUft,
KI11U0NS, 4c , Ac.
An unnrunlly large tto k, emurc n every variety of
English and German Cottou, Silk and Lisle Thread"
Hose, Gloves, Mitts, and Small Wares, 4to-, As.
ATcholce stock of Good for
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR and TAILORS' USES.
Erery earitty of Rich Velvet, Wilton, Tapestry, Bru.
sels, S Ply and Ingrain Carpets, Canton Matting,
Floor Oil Cloths, Rugs and Druggets; RI0H CDj.
TAIST CTUf FS, In gTrat varietr ; and
HOUSE -KEEPIHG GOODS.
Domestic Goods Department,
A full aortmcnl 01
AMERICAN, COTTON AND WOOLLEN GOODS.
We rrpeat what we have often raid before, that It it oar
Intention tn offer the femthern Trad on of th LARUK.-T
S r K. K3 cf Good, and to t U them at tote at thy art told
in any maiktt m th country.
Our Fi.rrign Fabrics are all or oca own laroannoa, and
particularly adapted to Sontnrrn tonumiU m.
He ahatl b triad to e th trade in our market th com
Im fe.uon, aud to row them our mo-k, with tbb Acaaaoa
ttint it alii be far the inUr of CLOSK lltVtiaa to exam
nor trm a-e CA?fI or GOOD NOTES, payable IntttH.
ally at bant. We ahall al-o adhere to tliTt. m (which
luu worked we'd th pat raanl of til rig Mieached, Broan
and Colored Corros (io M fur nttt mA, at Ju a tifhcl urtr't
BAXCnOPT, BEITS & MARSHALL,
209 and 11 aana- St.,
Jmn im ( burleaton, K. C.
Lare Bread and Cake Rakery,
Wholesale and Betail Confectionery,
' k have lust received at our etnlill-hmenL. ,m.
M a fine lot of Or ance.. Lemons. Kardinr. Ovs- 'TV'J '
lers, Loiwter., haJmoa, J. Iliea, Ft Fi alts aud Bran- V" -
dy Fru U,hxh wawUlselllowforCsh. t'i
LO.NI.HCRSTA CO J
No. 43 Union atrw i
To Hercbants and Merchant Tailors, j
'I '11 E aUentioa of the tral I reqoctrd to a new and ,
A chnc st ck of Men and Boy wear, exvladvely ha-!
parted bv DS COL'KSkY, LAFOL'KCAOtt a CO, I
jao 1-9 So. US Market ft Pbi'a't'lfH
Piano Fortes ! Pi&no Fortes If I
UT t bow hav ( o. 11 College eC) frm jMr.,- I
th Manufactory af Light, Jewu. A rT-iiJ'T3 I
Bradbory, H. orceeter, and lUinraA Brn, IT TH i
cf ew Vork, a fin aaoucuaent of Piar. J " If j
Fortes; to a critical xasalna!tow of which w parrlcoisrly i
la rite Profeasora, Am,tMra aod all lovwra uf Mane. T tkowa
wt.a ant a s'perur iauuameat, w ,y, aa ao4 nut ! call
and aa bejoia y arcsuu. .
detHA W.ll FRESMAN.
FLOUH I FLOUR!!
rpni New York Mill av rerentlv ofirnrd the'r Depot at
X the old ataad of Fort Royal Mni Depot No. t outa
tVL't-gs strewt, wher ih j will e-t ccn.tan; y e la ad
lai go snppiy cf fin rioor put ap a, rnulj lur Faailly ,
Ai, a good lot f Wabottad flotr, avucttabcal Ttoiur, Ucai
Braa, A , An.
Tbeaa Mil a hav krg been kacwa la thw eosawiani-w a
fttmnhiAf lis beat FHar ikat la bmssbl to Uutatarfcel. and
ttaniy mqai' atrlUla aatl-ty u afeowaBtyt-ad fkar,
that it I lor their iLterswl t bay af ua. Tlta aUcutfc.fi af aa
kers i BtrUcaA.-!y u.tw4 t Um.
Jaalf QCTCi: I CO
KaTbYilie Xcaderny cf llasic."
0. S4 A vine am 1ST.
T'Ht mad teias f this IUto' " w.H cneBiwewe , Ihe
A Fiasf HuaAT ta raaavaav xr. i eetani muii
beau it is t aw M HVJ early. I
JaS4-w UTSS 4 WEStB. '
lis :idir- C1
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Q L? . OIiOTJD HOTBL
LTAVING been recently enlarged and extended, is no in complete order for the accommodation
of the traveling public. Several families will be accommodated with pleasant rooms and board by the
year, if immediate application be made. jan30 lw D. T. SCOTT, Proprietor.
A. o. MEBxrrr.
WOOES & MEHEITT,
ATT OIL NE YS AT LA W,
NASH VILI.i:, IXXJI.
Office No. 59 Cheny street-
janl6-1y , .
VESSEL & THOMPSON,
Wholesale & Retail Confectioners,
UNION. ST It EE T,
TrKKP contantly on hand a larae assortment of rfiu
1Y Candies, Caaes, Nut. PTes-rves, Pickles, Cat
iupi, f ardines, Cranily Fruits, Pie Fruits, Tine Ap- SZ3T
pies, Orangea. Apples, Segara and every thing of
the kind uual!y kept in Confectionaricii. nl6
No. 48 Dey st , New York.
SMITH'S SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, TIES and
CRAVATS The only premium awarded by the Amer
ican institute at their late Fair at the Crystal Palace for
EELF-ADJCST1SG STACKS was to P. F.SillTH, Waaofae
turer, No. 4S Iley st.. New York.
Merchant! will find it grra'ty to their advantage to can
and examine Pmith'a j-xiensive assr.rtirent of three rery
fashtonalile artie'e for tlie ntck. Great indncemenU will be
offered to Jobbers from Western aud Southern citiei.
Re'ereace can be h d to nearly all of the first-class Job
bing Houses of New York Ciiy. JanT
NEW CROCERY STORE.
WH0LFA1,R AND Rt'TAII.
Grocers and Commission Merchants.
No. 34 Broadway, Next to Cutter's Shoe Store,
Intend ke-ping rorstrrtly on nana u
kind, nf (irnrurte of the very best oual-
iiiea. for Ihe ci!T and country trade. r5
mh 1. ;!! ut tin. l.iwut m.rke-Drices.
We especially invitf the att ntion of thwe in wan' of any
anjth np iu o r line before purchasing elsewhere.
All kind of Country I'roduca taken iaexchmser rQooIa
IK05 RAILING AND
oitN.t.ia i:tal I HON H OHK.
THK mbs-rilif-rs are prt pared to fill orders of any amount
for IKON WORK, smh a
Bailings for Public and Private Parks. Gardens,
Steps, Verandahs, Balconies, Cemetery Lots, Ac,
Also, IRON STAIRS, DOOK.S, SHCITEUS, SF.TTFR3,
CHAIKS, TABLFJ, DOGS, WINDOW GCARDS. GATES,
FOL'N T MN'S, c. They pay particular at'ention to encloe
ing Cr MKT FRY LOIS and PARK, having the larrest a
sortment of Pa tsrua of any eatah!ihment in the country,
are enabled to please Ihe most faftiilions In lat. Archi
tects or Builders iu any part of tha Union, wnntlng Iron
Work, bv sending us drawings will receive the estimate f r
cost 0 work, and we will fu'nish any work trom their de
sitrns or drawings thst may be desired.
Persons wishing articles of onr mannfactnre, by address
Ing us a few hues stating fir what purpose, will be furnished
with print.-d desVnt by re urn mail, wilh the prices annex
el A!l orde sent us will receive prompt aitention, and
the work finished and fitted in the best manner. and packed
in boxes for aafe carriage, UOOl) k CO.,
131 North Tenth Street,
And liroad and Kidge Avenue,
nov24trw4m 1'UHudel pitta.
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. 1-1 . V
T)Y virtue of a tmiiitumi exporui,o me airrciru, vj iu.
) Circuit Court of Davidson county, at its January Tent,
l-56, 1 will se:i at the court hou'e door in the city ft Nash
i!ie on the S'.h day of March next, to the h ghest bidder, for
caiV, all the right, title an I int- rt st of William Stuart, to the
following lots, viz : No. 19 and it), as described In the plan
of the Bosworth Intent cihed iu saiJ deed in to k No 14, p.
a36,-see plan in book No. 11, page VI and HO. in th Reg-
. . ' 11 - - V...ntin IV.fllTWl-n
isiera' umce 01 riiiraun wwiuj. . -- ----
feet ear.h on n.arket stree and running bac-k on hundred
and thirty-even feet six inches each. The above propeity
is situateu in the city of Nahville, DiVidon .county. Ten.. ,
levied on aa tlie property of V m Steaart.
)an25 J. K. FPMONOSaN, DeputyWieriT
ED. BURKE PICKETT,
REAL ESTATE, COM JIEUCIAL,
A IS 22 K 7,
Corner cf Broad and Front sts., over C. Anderson's,
XTIf.L take charge of any business f nt'USted to him, re-
V V quiring the r' vice, of an Agent, f -r a oomml.-wlon en
tirely satisfactory to all parties, and in al! Case, BO charges
Will be ma e unless atiefact-n is given.
'I ha per o'tnance of O'n'racU. Purchase, Pa', and Rent
ing .f Heal Ks'.ate 1 the city and elsewi.ere ; th P ircha
and Sale upon Commisdon, of Hon Is, Blocks and 1'nbijo
Debt and Notes f every description ; Merehandiie, Groee
rct, all kiniis rf Machinery and Agrirultursl Seeds and
lranlemeots, the setiiemeni tt aceoun s and rlaim and col
lections general y, attended to laithlul y and prompt returns
3r- Information sought and given In every departm-nt
of business. Iliinir f r succest only bv a strict attention
to my ergajirm- nt, a n! looking rather to the quantity ol bu
sinest dune t' aa t i nrhorliUtut charge, I rcspecliully ao
licit a share of pubi c pntrnnaae.
R F.F K K K NCES:
Gov W. B. CampNII, C. W. Jackson, t T. Motley, Ttank
of M ridle Ter.n., atLbanrn; Oov. N. 8. Biown, Fall A
Cunningham, Church Anlerson, MoClure,BackCo.,Burj
A II n, A ml- rii,n Alti-on A Co , J.'hn 8. Brien F., A. J.
Pnncan, MacKenrdei Wi'.ron, Nahvil'e; Joseph W. Allen,
E--q , Newtrrleann; John V. Burler, rufburgh ; J.D.Leh
nirr, Cincinnati; r dmun-l Cooper, Cillwcll Cumming,
Slielbyvlle; Maj. R. O. this, W. J. Spence, Murf eesboro';
W. C. W hitthorne, ! , Col. A. M. I ooney, Colnmb'a; CoL
J. C. Guild, CoL J. W. 114, K. HaUum. tq , Z. (taker, Eii.,
Ua latin ; R. A W. L. Alexander, Maj. D Burk-rd, Col. J. U.
Vanirh, Lix n Sprlrgs ; l-r. A. II. Iid I, J. B. Moor, Esq.,
and tit i-n renernllv.Carihage.
T A S I'L a f.OOO -to lw mombiloan. In-
V V t--ret psyah'e quarterly, and secured by roortf a on
Real E tat so. th $ tty "i at
picarrra ofnbral agency
riHZ PREVIITM FARM Of SMTTH C0TOTT
A t'CE BALK lT9 KMHt desirable property in Midd
Tennee.ee. containing t-ii rercs, all under new fearing. ew
oatbu Idnigs. V'ank f ncirg and bou.e newly refuted and
a-nted, mile, from 1ixh' Spring,, and from Carthage,
D th, ti..l latin and Carthaga Turnp ke; 0 negroes of all
drabi age, now on the place, with stock an I grain. For
artiej.ai-s. call at PICKKTTS.
mvt:i.LI; HOI SV U Rooms, Garden
and Outbuildings en Uiddl Franklin Pifc
Can at FICa-tTT-a.
Vl.lII' tT IIAIKMIM may b had fci a nic new
hoae.Vi mile, out on in Let'anoo l-ike, wi:h HH
acre of grouui, well luited for a market garden, by apply
ing soon, at PltKtTTSAGSNCT.
C 1 ' f H I PT IONS to any New- paper In the Cm ted
O States received al PlCKETf.
JOII OKK.-Twe al.l b-dlcd Negro Boy, accaa
b med to ail work, aisrsys an band for job st
OVSTEIt 1J boss just received and tor sal by
D. D. DICKKY,
actn No. S Colief street.
T ANTI'O l,000 laNahvi'! nd Ch,tano-fa
Kadi d Mock, at PltKATTTJ AUANCI
7 A N'TF. t To reirrhiM two wail Famfy Re,en'
betweea Biead street aid Ihegqaare, at ncaai r a.
IX Chaa. A Nub, Railroad 2lock, for sole at
Vfi!)D tfOt'SR, 8 rcotrs acd S acres of ground In
fieVd,one wile fromttM8rqnre,f.ir rent, atFl Kf.TT
IOFFICEU IWrcnl vr Kerr's, Cedar Street, first fl.r.
Call at Pltsttlfd ACkNcY.
CE3AS PICKETS oa th river, foe ' l
JVaONS Uvir.g jo 4 Cook ax.4 Ilooae eervart la hire
cii; duw-n toci:i i Knu a
FTO Iir.NT. A very (MBVetlent new Brkk lloua ca
A Cherry s reet, Col,e Hill, wiih f r routa, servant'
rcooi and i ch-n, te ; new and la good rrpair.
trf Tlisianis v.U b 4 ra u usually accnqimndailnf
JtST received, 10 bbla. I ttanaoa Oranre at
II I- r WfJ. M txx W. . Che's
J.an 9 Jtl. A C. IWFV3T5vCN.
Clfi. US.- t.'i.'VQ C'vi af (A krasJa, auitai, tur
eour.try trade acd id'v retail. nreh si
jta.t J.O. A C, IXbtKTsOl,', Broadway
b:ots as o rsi3 res Trx !2Af0X
DOCliLa tOLK-i.Mwl'nll wtr-,.ocf noeia.'bewt d
Ua:te, an tai'ie (or t-' reai.t Weather;
La-i.e' ialhtr ,l-L;
. riio.l e a-w
teat twa'her Wt--woif ?rrMat Bafv;
Mwm', B ' arua CUrftrea Uvarvb .
Al Kw. euh Frwa. JohM It AMAGE,
Jiiiia - 41 l Oef KUtet
TEI Te hfr-, a Nur , e th, pr't year,
t ncKkrfs a it.i.'f.
0 WfcLL GKiiUN. ia; tu. yearuaj HUri la traha
a. J mu'., a-y Vt had Ct - t rr-e, it uka hew.
d.iM,at l-lwiiSil'd Awt.tiCf.
A. V -
HICKS' CHINA HALL.
HAYING NEARLY COMPLETED the improvement o
hi Store Room, tha Proprietor notifies th Publ.e that
he is now reeeivin and ot enir g on ot the largest and be t
Stock of Wares China, Glaw, Ac ever presented for sal
ia this eitr. Hi stock consist in part or
Eich Dinner Setts, ranging in price to t30Q 00
" Tea Setts " 200 00
" Chamber SetU " " 150 00
" Tete-a tete Setta . tHI
Elfgan' China Vase " SOU 00
Together with every yariety of Toilette and Fancy Warea
as well as a heavy and well assorted stock of 00m mon g ola
fjr the wholesale trade. An examination of th stock is re
quested dec24 lm A. H. H10h9.
Gold! Gold!! Gold! ! !
1,200 rmzr.s! 00,000 uollaksi
Havana Plan Lottery.
JASPE2 COUBTT ACADEMT LOTTERY.
BY AUTHORITY OF TUB STATE OF GEORGIA.
10,000 NCMBV.R3 ONLY t 1 PRIZE TO S TICKETS !
r0 be drawn at Concert Hall. Mscon, G under ihe
-1 sworn superintendence of Col. Geo, 71. LOtll
and Jn. A. ib-t. ICstq.
This LOTTKRY is drawn on the plan of the Rcyai Lot
tery of Havana of single number.
CLASS J ,
To be Drawn February 15th, 1356.
The Manager hiving announced his determination to
make this the most popular Lottery in th world, offer for
February 15th, a scheme that hr surpasses any scheme ever
offered in the annals of Lo'terir. Look to your interest!
Examine the Capitals. pSUne Prise to eight Ticketa!l
Capital $ 12,000!
do. . . .
. b,iX is
. 4,ixi0 Is
. .i'0 Is
. S,5 is
, l,rim are...,
i 0 is....,
5mi Approximatiua Pritei af
1,200 Prizes Amounting to $50,000!
Tickets $8 : Halves $4 ; Q&rters $2
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
Persons sending money by mail need sot fear its being
lost. Orders punctually attends i too. Commanicatioas
confidential. Bank Nctes cf sound bauks taken at par.
Those wishing particular numbers should order imme
diately. Addrtsa JAME3 F. WINTER, Manager,
Janxl td or, BOX 143, NiaavtM.a P. O.
Valuable Land for Sale.
T TIAVP. an excellent Tract of Land for sale, on Big
tchie Kiver.in Tipton county, about twe
nl; miles T
M. A O. KaT
rom the Mississippi river, and tea from the
road, containing about S.OO acres. This tract of land is ro-
marital ly ferule, possessr rar advantage, ana can ca
bought very cheap. For further Information, addrrs, me at
Sharon, Tipton county, Tenn ; or refer to Sato. T. Taylor,
City Hotel, Na--hvill1f:anl9-ti TtlOS. T. SOMKKVaLt
J, . FELLOWKS,
DEALER IX LAND WARRANTS,
No. 39 1-2 CHEEK T STREET.
Over Honston at Brown's Law Offlce: aahw ill.
I)KHS0N3 s-nd'ng Land Warrants to me by mail, ran, tt
they prefer direct them to Fall A Cunningham. 1 will.
through th m, tr.nnm.t to Ibe owner, without delay, tha
highest market price in oh. ecu wSin
'I'llK co-prtnersMp of Per. ins, Campbell A Co., nf thi,
1 city, is thi dj dissolved by mutual consent, either of
the co partners having th use of the name of Ihe Brat la
liquidation. W. M. PKRKINS,
W. B. CAMi'l tl.L,
Naw OaxKANS, Dec. (, 13TS. tAM'L P. WAL&KR.
Ia retiring from th Commission Bntine wa retnrn or
thank to our friends and patrons, and cheerfully rwoenrrad
our succenwir and late partner, W. M. Perkins, as altogether
worthy f Uieir confldei.ee and patronage.
W. B. CAMPBV.Lfs
BAM'L P. WAUttR.
The Genera! CcmirUsion Ku-ioess heretnfnr e ndacted by
Perkins. Campbell A Co, will be conducted without lulerrsp
tion bv W. M. Perkins, under the style of
de18-de..wtf PERKINS CO.
To Builders' and Others.
XT ANTFD to eUab!l-h an Ageecv for lh sale af Wood
I Moulding,, of which the.e la from 1.J0 to 82U0 worih
ased In every hua that is built. Our auvantagre, in the
use of a Maohiu that will work a whole board ur.lc moaalir g,
at one operation, and the large amouot of eapital emp'oved
by the CompaiiV, enable n to give a liberal commission.
Pattern Book furnished containing ') patterns.
Address J. D. DALE. Willow Street,
lw Above Twelfth, Philadelphia.
rpilE business beret f re ooaductrd by lh tuhanriber an
1 derths B ra of hSoW, MACKENZIE A CO, will b
hereafter carried by theia anior th firm and style uf
AH person indebted to the lata Arm ar requested pay
np without delay, aa furta-sr Indulgence cannot posedi'y ba
gives- Aur.i m v.-H.r.ic,
t. v. w iuHa.
MACKENZIE & WILSON
ARE making arrangements to txtead th Buoufaetar ,ol
their wroaglit Iron stove
Th popnlar sttr of th South and South-west. Ordera,
compelled to lay over, eta now b edl y filled.
BCOEIKG, GITTTE2II0, to.
Th out door work, cmprUicg an Tin and Copper Wort ,
connected with dsellmg hm-es. LUbii baildings, 4e., Ac, I
placed under the oUr superintendence of Mr. W. w.Jooe ,
late or louisvum.
By this arrangement, all work of th above desrriptioa s
trmtrd t as wU b hn.jhed a well ac can b ekic ia th
Eastera cities, and at tha lowest pontbi rate.
Tin and Copper Koob ax warranted lur Bva year to t
peif.rctly water-tight, and we respectfully refer to th roof af
the First Presbyterian Church, oae of the largest rook ta tha
eity, which baa not Waked a smgl drop sine it waa pat oa
a fact onpraiadtntwd ia Ut aanaia f rooflcg in Ttnneass.
Oar Tin war I load by th beet mechanics that eaa ba
found and of thm b-l and heaviest material.
Tha Vest PUtabarg Caatinga always oa haaJ, aa4 at tv
?AST IMO.X STOVES.
Wa hava oa aaad al aU tiat, a larger sloe f koOi Cook
log aod Heating Siuve, tViio any ether bouse la Utaty,aad
rf dotcrnuacd a l la b autWrioid.
W h va e ksnl a larg stock f Drawing Raeaa, Firlot
aad Office Urates, trotn b bel aiaaialacaarev East and Weat.
house runsLsarso goods.
Onr Kwortmeat la varied, and eoaiprka many article ra
sent! to hou e-sreptpg, ait furtdaaitha tuasatpneaf
cah, or ta punctual ctuiomer.
All wovk ea trusted to u ill b rxtcnted wit h roirraKa
aad pwaraTCa, aad w bop to reew v a riar t pobiie pas
rakge. MACKENZIE A VI lXfOX
rS ahHTl. Jan.
Strayed or Stolen
XRM tV sUbteof f3 Paul, oa tt sight of Janaary
4 l'.th, oae CAT II -) w-i:, hl fcorVea bands hlfb, s:b
y ind winia sb-jte Le beck. s;r i the face; baa a vy
buhTl'J. Na oWiwr Brkircutl.-e'rd. Any pvrsua ret am
ine t. So-a, i g:v.Eg aey Uta"jin lo m ot Naa Villi,
wutb L'ber.ly fs.sled. CATiiiRINB fTOCT,
Jaolt kieaeBraj.kila Depal
FIIIIIU T.tflil.K-A larg iek, lek-etcTTy
one ef l tru, eritu r ': of t.rnalne l.ltuer
irk IIooMm, phua aad ea Snow,; ajs Abenka,
(irave'.sleva axd eotm.ia LiT-.c Hooks; a spend id aa
turtiwti ol Lrea a.ie laid S ik act f-ra fa, spwa and
plaited S. k; M-nacw Sr'ce, It by 4: F,ot of every va
riety. Reel. Join tod K.ii-, Cleantg Risen, Fly Burks, Ac,
ae.. A, la tt, ! an-'y t.V woo eaa arpreciat
Ha T-s., w -! ever; thin they suay Seed to th
swceea.l preaxuUua of U.- aacfai rai
JO. O. B- WW,
44 Co3eg st.
Iflselll t I l.
i tcrtn.i ( r -!'.!; t
tfijtE partt ..erhi terw-.tf e ca I'-'-vf a-der'he tyte al
Ija A a. U lb ,J d JSviVed if Biatual caoswot.
C. C ilKus ha U iJ4tot W th kUw aiJ
Crm. J. P. r Ll !-',
Corn Sacks! Corn fac'is.
Uv I kave I, -. and a rt''v receives aad l5i
ts4t.e vr- t lL K CyJi HA', i t h we tb..ia
tv e't-ol-u al b i p ra. W. b. ti'OilA).1 A C i.
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CO Ol a"l Ms
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford Conis-v - - ,
IKCOBPORATED 1819. 8
As preentei to its loekh;lder. n J made on in comp'iaacw
wtth itate laws uf Sew York, Ohio, Indiana, LJaoia. J.
jANL'Aitr, 1, . .
SI ATE-TIFAT. - -
Thtnmmttt th e-poratioa Is JTN IS8CRSC
COlPAXY, lee ted at ilartfortl, Cuaaeeli-at.
The Capi at ia iv iintrd Tboasaa4 Dollars, J is
paid ap. -
Of the Company are: . "
Cah In hand and in Phnso X Park. M,S89 3
Cah on hpeei i DcpJie ia P..reni '
and Hartford Rar.ks.oo interea. Ii0,i WI "
Caahinhandacf At'H, Uaaces.t, ooj ltl.O f tH
Bills RceivnVe,rarhle at Bank,
Rra' Ena'e, BDencusnbered. l,t-4 Ji
li Mortgage l oud , and I per cent,
t Income Bunds Tpr.ct eni!-aa- T, 0 PO
) S ate of V a. Bonds, - 1,MW
& ateofN. C. Bon.Ia.tf " . 6 0 M
10 ler. City Water do. Je.) W
6 Mi!wukeCiiy do 10 " " 6.0n
10 Uartfard City do. T'.W
Ifny due th Company securtd by
tya Shares Hartford and sew Haven '
Railroad toe. W.0OO 00 ;
li5 Share H.r ford ana ProvHl-nre
Railroad Stock, preferred and guar
anteed 10 per ecot. 9,4:0 00
1C7 Shares Boston and Worcester Rail-
r. ad Stork, f ,CT0 00
K0 Share Con. River Ha Iroad Stock, la.taa) tO
f T CSi W
I Jtia 0t
SO " Bureri Bank 8 .rk. B.ltal ki
60 44 C tsena " VNaWrbnry, ... &.10i
84 44 Kawiw " PiovHiebcw. 1s0 UO
a 44 Plurnia " l.atMwd, ' B3 wTft fo .
Si Farm. A Me. " S.S.rtat tat
8ns " Fichang " " l)iitw
1V3 44 gtala " - SI.M4 0"
lial " City " H, 0
T3 B"kofHtfdCu- " : 7.fT M
150 44 Conn. River " " 9,T:0 00
S44 44 Hatford " " Bu.TU OO
S0t 44 MereVte Ex.' New Tork, 16.M5 0 .
)8 44 Nor'h River " " It'.l m -
4i . " Mechsnica " ll.iaai Ptt
100 44 B'k N Amer." " In MO o
140 B'nk Ameriea' " 14,881 00 .
150 44 " Republ e" " 1.7N - -
100 44 " Commcnw'th iin 8 WH) 00
4S0 ' Broadway Bank Stock" 14.e 09
400 People'a " . l 7iO IM
800 Union " H.7'0 00
100 44 Hanover " " ,6n0 0
800 44 Ocean " " S PO -
150 Metropolian - 16.425 W
SCi " Butchers' A Drevera " 6 578 00
a Importers' A Trader " So.taX) 00
h O - Amer. Aji. Bonk Block 11 6ot ml . ;
81 44 Merchants' 8,1 TO 00
lrO " U. P. Trut Co. Stock 10,4o0 IW
100 14 N. T. Life In. A Trust Ca.
Stock, Sew York, U.0O0 00
1(10 Shares Ohio Life In. A Trust Co,
15 Miare Mrchics' A Traders' Bank
Block, Jersey lily.
Unsettled Claim for Losses and Dot due, " 1T8.CS1 4T
Tte -K'n Insnrance Company preenta It patron tha
Very u'ulsct rver.ndiiion, of a large increase in Cash Aa
set f r the further ecur ty it their policie all ear invest.
Kent t-eing placet st tne o.ininium n srket vainest the r re
sent time of soma depression in the stacdard of hum. They
a re either prime tiivdend py og stocks or good, vaiaabla
ard dean Investments, yieldinir moderate Inter-! and in
come. The s'aiidard ba.it on ah.ch the ineti have bee a
valued, being Godot IntrrrL. Resides th solidity, tha
Ci mpany e.-ill, alter lion e th trecg-b and security it de
rive from it enobintd system of Ageneie,, throrgh ila
agents having the means of pretenting a united phalanx af
wprritmcnl Cndeneritrrit, which ha, worked, f.r Thirty
seven years, th happiest results to stockholder and elaisa-.
ant for lorses and enabl il lo enter the yar U56 with
greater prestige for rotor B'efa'ne thaa ha yet Bees
reached by a really Kutiuntii In m ance Corporation.
t7 All bualnrs, attended to with despatch and fidelity.
By nrdr of th Beard. JOSEPH NASH, Aeevjt,
JanJl lm NasbvfJl.
TT MAS WORKKD MUtACLKd IN THIS PLACE.
THAT all th bald acd the grey can be reatt red pwrf-aitty
to orininal growth, so far aa their lock arvt eooe-jrned,
doee not adult of a doubt, beside H will ear , ery foasibl
diaeaae of th sca'.p, whether devehiped aadandu'i, itching,
or In the shape of cutaneous eruption even acald brad
and In no possible ra will It fail of caring, a if by magic,
nervous r per odical headache, and If need Iwic a week by
the yonug, regularly, it will preserve th color, and keep Ihe
hair from falling, lo any imaginable ag. Raaa Jroaa,
Loaaxaroav, la., Jun Xith,
Memra. 0. J. Wood A Co.:
Gixrs: Yours of th 18th earn duly to hand. Enclcaed
please And f 3, it being the amoeint tor Hair Kritoratlv,
I hav sold it ail. It yoa eheme yoa may send six
dosen bottle Hair Restorative, I think I ean aril it. II ha
worked Miracle In til place. I sold a asaa ia f I bottles,
that wa baiet, aad it fetched aew hair oat all over hi bead.
Year re pee trolly ,
M. U. 6 BID LET.
C. R. R Orrtca, Yabdaua, Jaa II, 1854.
Psor. Wihib: Dear Sir: 1 take pleaaur ia bearing vol.
antary Uwtlmuny loth exoelleoe of yoar Uair XeatoratlT.
Three month ego my hair waa very grey. It ia new a aarh
brown, (tha or'ginal co or) smooth and ftoaay. Th oly
applicatioa I have mada to It has beea th Hair Bestaratlva
rreparrd by yoa, and which from the result In my ewa aa
eaa most cordially recommend to others.
17 ua EaMTeaarrva In our columns to-day will ba found
Prof. Wood's adve. tivfment of th above article, to waa: A
w call attention. What It ha don w hav witnessed ap.
on several ol ovr acquaintance In Bt. Louia. Uair enoa
grey met our view, black or brown, a the ea night k,
being th color of early manhood, and as fln and g oesy aa
ailk, and that without any other application thaa th Aetor
ativ. If it h don this upon other, will It not do tha
same for any of oar readers, who frosty brow" wee
one like the "raven lock4 of Lorklel4 warlik ehlt. If tha
will try it W Uuak so. JuLjtimniit ConttUulumoit
Oef, 5, lUX t
Yrjcaxisa, Ind., Jnn15lli,lS2a.
Frof. O J. Wood As yoa re about to atanafactare aa
vend jour recently Discovered Uair Reatorativ, I will (tat
fur wl.oinauavar it may concern, that I hav aed It, and
known others tons it; that I hav for several years been in
U s habit cf using othr Hair Restorative, acd that I find
yours .vastly superior to any other I know. It entirely
clean-el th head of dandruff, and with on month proper
ase will re, t ure any person's hair to the original youthful
color and texture, giving it a healthy, soft and g'y ap.
pearancr, and all this without diaco oalne th hands that ap
ply It, or the tire on which It drop. I would, therefore,
recommend iu we to every en diroua of having a ana
color aud Uxtur lo hair.
Ft. Locie, Jan W, 185S.
Prof. Wood: As yea ar about to prepar and vaiad yoar
recently dtjeovered Hair Eestoralive, and as yew reqaeat
any opinion of It, I will tato that my hair wa a few avontha
ago very gray, and af r Bring two bottles of your Hair Re
storative, it resumed Ila arigioal wolor, and sine it applieav.
lion all dandruff ha disappeared from my head, aad 1 hav)
been troubled with no diugreeabl Itching of th scalp. I
am sa to fled that lbw who Baa II wiU not regret It, aa IS
give the appearance at having been recently ailed. 1 am
prepared, therefor, to recommend It sue to all WOO are Aw
airoaa af having a beautiful bead f hair.
I aa, air, yoara, Ac.
U. L. BIHTAA?.
try Prepared and sold at 114 Mark! atreet, between
4th and Bth, fee. Loot, M., and 816 Broadway, Nw York. -
For J In NhvtU,al Manulaciurer' prW, by
9. W. Hi.NDtJUtHOTT.
AVvs, for sal. Prof. Wood's Oriental Baoauv linimenti
aad Vegetable Ufa Pills, warraatad bxtev than any Jlr,
r th money In aU cara rafendeel. Be circular tar ail aa
sary inform tioa witA agent.
eavl I wtrwtw I ;
JO. G. BROWN,
aaaLAa ta -
ESUG3, CCT2J.ICAU, TAETTS, CLU,
43 Collega SUssr, hauiiyilli. TES3L,
pT stock of Faney Good, Prfwmry, Ae-,tl Bow Tery
omelet. aaviBC reelw4 rrasB p!Hie,seteetol t
o of th Arm la person, rla: La bin's, feaaia's and klitrhi i
Eilract; Aaamcaa Tine, aad Oerasaa Ctogn Water;
Fancy Boap; If air al Teeth Brushy, in every gcyl; du.
bier's and LuMas BacheU; A romauc ChryUaat; China, Metal
aad dlaos FasT Bose, vral Bw style. BhailCocsba, large
atock. Aiwa hav a Band Indigo, laaddcr, WhiU Li,
Uaawed OH, Tarpenuae, Aa., .
P' UtL .'IOIOIGAHLLA . IIlt?lKT-bbla
of lb above, ;uat rwsaived. of print fjeudiiy. toad l
a tor ua jaa aid. JO. e. BIIOWN.
41 pile St.
(t'l UN E V" Alt E J.5"0 pieee SU..a War,aoaitiBf
O al Jar, Chorna, Jags, Mil Fan, Ha ter Crock, Aa of
TrT,taalreelv4. JO.Q. BKOtajf,
J Colieg at. '
1)01i ri It ANI HOMH AI.E Cestant:y -M
aaad, Barclay. Perfclo A to' crkebrd Ldoa
Porter and laem'iacoichAia, JO. . BituWN,
48 Coaeir streea,
T)iuitL srAIIC ll Si beaeaef a vry aprtor
A arucia af Itarca, jast rweais d by
JJ. O. BROW.",
U CVile U
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A? AM,tfTw Upalling toelatuae; tmrev' kttraWa
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