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NASHVILLE:
SATURDAY JffOEJHITG,......APILIL 10, 1858.
ff? Senator Davis, of Miss., is represented
to be in a very critical phyBical condition.
He has lo6t the sight of cue eye.
3Tm Shields kcIIs aain thia morning at
10 o'clock. The ptock is much varied, con
sisting ot carriages, second hand furniture,
&c, Ac.
jper Hancock county, in Ohio, boasts of
her Shanghais. There was chipped from the
depot at Findlay. for the week endiu; April
1st, 284 barrels of eggs, mukiug 22,020 dozen!
This is a good beginning.
Tf" Edwix Paschal, Su'n.,haa taken charge
of the editorial department of the Franklin
Review. A thorough cellular, and a writer of
great vigor and force, Mr. I will make the
Review one of the ablect political journals in
the South.
St. Locw Elections. It was bad enough
for the black republican ticket to triumph in
St. Louis and our telegraphic reporter at
Louisville, need not have m-ide it worse by
putting down the majority at eight or ten
thousand when it was eleven huntlrtd.
Daily Jr maJu its appearance
ye.-terdav, after a brief cu.pension, under the
auspices" of Cameiiov L Co., Proprietors, and
D. Cameron-, Esq., Editor. The members of
the new linn are I). Cameron, R. 11. Kaukv,
Wm. Camebo.v and J a s. A. Fisheb, all work
ing men. With fcuch a team, the Xtirt ought
to "goahuad' proi-peroucly, and we take
pleasure ia wi.-hing Ibi new regime unboun
ded success. We are cure they will deserve it.
JUT The Solthebv Homestead for this
reek, has'lieeiijlaidiipon our table. We note
that our friend and former associate, Tiios. II.
Glenx, has Income one of the Editors; and
are glad to see him in a position where he cuu
render his tine talents useful. The present
number of the " ILjiiu'UnJ"' contains an able
editorial by Mrs. L. Vikuinia Fkkncii, and a
couple of chapters of a story by II. Fai nt
lekov, E-ij., of this city. Everybody ought
to subscrilie for and read t!ie IIlmt.-tll:,
j?r- The Iir'.ii.-li government has opened a
chaunel of commiiuication with its Pacific
cqtiadron by the way of Pamun.i. IJoth men
and material have already cleared for the
Pacific by tLe new route. An arrangement
has been clb ct d betw.-en the Uoyal Mail
Steam Paeket Company of London, the Pacific
Steam Navigation Company of Liverpool,
and the Panama K.i'lroal Company of New
York, by which thruttyh receipts and bills of
lading will be given for merchandise, pack
ages, and parcels destined for the variolic
Pacific ports within the itinerary of the Pacific
Company.
Sr. Loins Cakim. In our advertising col
umns will be found the cards of s -veral prom
nent business hoiis s in St. Louis, to which we
beg to call the attention of our readers. The
old and reliable house of Messrs. Scott t
liBoTiiEiis. continue to enjoy a hu ge- trade
with Tennessee, Kentucky and other States,
while the no less popular and attentive
Shbyock-S, ly close application to the interests
of their patrons, have built up a heavy trade
in many of the adjoining States. Mr. IIoi se
mak, late of the firm of Hoi skian t Smith,
has "entered the ring'' as a commission and
forwarding merchant. Hisrxtcn.-ive aeiuuint
ance, good business (jualilications, reliability
and promptness in the discharge of all duties,
will secure an extensive ami lucrative busi
ness. Kehcte of a Slave i km the I. S. Mar
shal at Di.Aiitsrii.LK, Pa.-On Thursday
April 1st, a Mr. Stcmi, from Virginia, w ent to
Ulairsville, Pa., to reclaim a fugitive clave.
The Deputy U.S. Marshal, as-isted by Mr.
Sri Mi', caught the negro, and w ere about ship
ping him to Virginia, when the citiz in b
cam.! excited and surrounded the negro and
bis captors. Mr. S ri Mr discharge d his jiistol
into the crowd, and then he and tin' Deputy
ir. S. Marshal b it. The citizens took the
clave away and ronciNil.il him. whil.1 the ne
groes followed the Virginian and the Marshal
to the depot, hooting ut them, and even pelt
ing them on tins way thitln r.
This is the sort of regard ent-i taile d North
for the constitutional rights of the South. It
is the cpirit which governs the Northern op
position to the udmi.-v-ji ii of Kansas at present.
The atke. The delightful play of "T,e
JaneMvk'' was enact' d last night for the
third time this season ; but, on this occasion,
with Miss Loo an in the part of Juli't, a part
which che has made her own. We have seen
no one who could approach lnrin all the
characteristics which make up this beautiful
character, she is unrivall d. I li.iili as was the
expectation of her friends last night, she did
not disappoint them. They could ask noth
ing more entrancing than she gave them.
To-night che appears in a character, com
pletely the opposite of Jul in - a character in
which the darker passions of human life, are
held in contrast with the pure lights of a
mother's love Literal ia lliiryiu! It is, how
ever, a part which give room f..r the display
of her great dramatic powers, div rt'd of the
audience, und makes success more than mere
triumph.
Fur the I'atrinl.
INv Court Iloue, No. 2.
Messrs. Eddrs: 1 have read in your paper
of the 8th inst., the opinion of a correspon
dent, that our new Court house is doomed to
fall down. The prophesy has gone forth, but
I suppose time alone will indicate the event,
as the judge of ell work, aud especially of
the laws of (Jod, has not condescended to tell
us. Now, sir, it did not ruiuire a man to In
a prophet to see, three or four days In fore the
Douglas bouse fell, that it wouhl fall ; for the
walls were sprung, and continued to spring
more aud more every d iy, until it was. plain
to the most casual observer; und, it auylitxly
deserves the credit of In ing a proplnt.it is
your correspondent No. 2 ; for I told prophet
No. 1, on Sunday In-fore it fi 11, und I can
prove it by Mr. Ooici.as, that it would cer
tainly fall, und the next day he. No. 1, iwucd
Lis proclamation as tho' it w as his ow n judg
ment Well it did fall, (but the cow did not
eat up the grind-tone, noiwiihcUuding the
old woman knew she would do it.) Well, our
new Court-house is the next cubject that our
judge has fixed his prophetic eye upoi, und
here, permit me to say, that he is wilcotne to
all the thunder in thia case; for I beg leave to
demur, aud resign my office us prophet. The
Court house U a good job, in -very particu
lar; none better in North Aimricu; the rtoue
work cau't be beat, und the brick walls are
22 incheH thick und of the best material I
ever saw, and straight and plumb, und laere
is not a better roof in the I'niud States; and
as to the thin Hat urches, that your corresjon
dent is co afraid of, you may take out every
alternate one and each rnuaiuiiig oue willuul
only aland, but will bear up ten tons of round
stoue ; the arches are each cclf-cuppurU-d, or
supported by the iron joist, which U framed
oa the order of thcsclf-Mifctaiuing lattice bridgH,
and the arches are each suspended on them mi
the arches act as bridging for the joist, and
at the same lime would !c full cuflkieut to
support the heaviest fUggiug; but my opinion
la that if your correspondent will keep cool,
and keep out of the way a few weeks, h will
find wooden joist und floor on top of the iron
joist already there, and well bridged by thomt
flat arches.
Nashville, April th, 18S. W. C, BIRCXU.TT.
Sales or Public Lands. The President has
issued his proclamation for the sale of public
lands in Nebraska, to commence on Monday
the Cth of September next. The quantity of
lands to be offered at these sales amounts in
the aggregate to 2,258,679 acres, as follows :
At Brownsville, 305,7 titi acres ; at Nebraska
City, 690,656 acres; and at Omaha City,
653,534 acres.
Good Advice. The thousands of cripples
whom rheumatism has left with stiffened joints,
or whom palsy has bereft of the use of their
liinbs, are advised to try Dr. Braog'sj Arctic
Liniment, which has never yet failed to cure
a single case of the kind iu w hich a fair trial
has been made. It is also useful in relaxing
muscles, contract d or drawn up from cramp ;
in reducing or scattering white swellings ; in
healing ulcers, and in curing all manner of
eruptive diseases of the ckin, such as tetter,
ringworm, scald-head, Ac. It is also useful in
healing wounds of all descriptions, and in re
moving wens and tumors. This invaluable
article is already obtaining a wide circulation
and celebrity and many marvelous cures have
been wrought by it. .
It is also infallable in curing the diseases cf
horses and cattle, and is iu general use by all
the livery stable keepers in the United States.
Bor sale in Nashville, by Bebky &. Demo
vii.le. An agent is wanted in every town and vil
lage. Applications should be made to Ekago
fc Bcbbowes, St. Louis, Mo., and must alw ays
be accompanied by good reference.
We wish to inform the public, that we
have just returned from the east, with a beau
tiful stock of drees goods, and feel confident
wc cau offer inducements to purchasers, equal
to any other Merchants in the city. If prices
are an object, we are determined to sell as
cheap as the cheapest. We would call the at
tention of the ladiejs especially to a lot of side
striped Berege and Muslins, which we bought
unusually cheap and will sell them the same
way. Also silks, ducals and all the different
kinds of dress goods. Our stock of staple
goods is very complete, till of which we w ish
to dispose of immediately on terms most fa
vorable to purchasers. Call coon and ex
amine for yourselves.
I. C. NICHOLSON & CO.,
aprC-tf No. 22 Public Square.
si'Uix; i.tiit.
The Annuiil Spring Kair of the IarilMm county Ak
ricuiturai aud Mechanical CVcirty, lor the year 1S6K,
w.II bi: held at tin- Tair (iround near Nashville ou tho
4ih to sth of May inclusive. Liberal jreiniuiiisare of
lured, a list of w hu ll, w ith regulations for holding,
may bo hat on application tu L. I". Wii.lmiis, Secreta
ry, at the ofiire of the Southern Homestead, No. 17j
lieadriek struct, or at this Ullice. Membership Tick
ets entitling the holder to ail the privileges of the So
ciety for the year lhiS.and free access to the groumlR
during the Spring r'air, may he had for $1, on applica
tion to 'i'llos. li. Johnson, Treasurer.
Wji. G. H.titnivn,
Feb. 22 triw&wtL rrcsi.ieiit.
Stcomfinot & lliur r Ileitis.
AKKIVAl-.
April 9. None.
IlM'AKi l KKS.
I. M. liunyan, Memphis.
Poland, Cincinnati.
Cmpire, Up Kiver.
The river is falling slowly wilh near 5 feet
water on the Sho:irX
By private d 'spateh frum New Orleans, we
learn that the ctetimer J.nnc.i Johnson left that
city laj-t night, and would arrive here ou Fri
day next.
YORli k. CO.,
Book idlers, l!ook-l'indfrs and
Dlnnk-Dook jlanul'arturcrs
7o. 38 In ion Mrecl,
IVustivillc, Tennessee.
.eliltr
Dijrrst of 1 fie Dtrisioiis of the Snj;rrmc
i nl l.TOK TKNMv-Sia:, fn.m VI. Humphrey t the
present tune, by II. VoiuviivK price
Kor sale by Jt'liN VoKK Ac CO.
iiiar'JO No. US I'uioiiSt.
The Atlantic .Hunt lily, .o. li, For April Is i,
Just received by J 1)1 IN VoKK A; CO.
in.u J'.i
Tlir American Aliihiiiiie, furhJS
jVIIIJ-l'.lie'.4 ..ntll All II a.
The riant Hiinteis, by ipt. Ib-id.
The Kour Mstiu.' anlhor of Harvey and his home;.
Adventures of a man in search of a horse.
Am 'Me .III f l i Uei e.
'Use Horse of America, by Frank I'orre-ter.
Kor Rale by JOHN YORK ,t CO.
luarr.i.
NOVELS.
The fallowing lj-t of Novids, uist of which are lato
Voks, will be sol 1 at 75 els. ter volume.
Tl!K Oil) YlC.lK.tt.Ki
!il AM UK IlKtKWIHIIIJ
Till: Ol O In.v;
I I cnUi ami Kiki i;
Tuie Nkw Pi kchakk;
Mli:ky Moi t;
Jamks M.imj iy;
CIjOI'IM ami Si'.nsiiik;
ll'l MI.IMIII MvSTKIllfcs;
Cl r.vK II .u L;
Tiik Skoino II ihHlAi.lt;
ItKitriiA ami I ji I y ;
(iixil. Tout t'oMiNu;
Tiik Mo.sky MAkKK;
CaHKIK KjIklUMN,
Thk Two Kia1s;
TiikTokciiiiiuit;
V'ollK-T T K A iKliV ;
Tint aIasikk'h IliC!it;
IlKII. Smitu Akhiuh;
Mv Kiiisl Sumix;
Tim Kakm KtM.;
Kor mIo by
aprT-if ha
Covk Ct'T Cok.n'ehk;
l.eeY IIoston;
Mill 1'aktimitox;
.Mkjc ami Womkn;
Tiik MirriiKK s 11i-takk,
l.AMIKKK;
A milt NoTr;
W IVMK AM) I;
N Kl I IK or Tkl'ko;
A Wavshik t.i ini-i-r;
Ijkk or Sciiamyl;
I'iiiilv ami Krr;
I'.r.Kciiciti in;
I.m.knc;
Tiik IUkiTiv'ii;
I.iiiv;
li li 111:1 (.hay;
Aav I.kk;
Tiik Wi.nki ks;
JI.lKlllAI.K a Iattkry;
Mimic Ijkk;
Ykhuiia;
CHAELES W. SMITH,
I Colkt;t htiret.
PIANOS.
PIANOS.
PIANOS.
PIANOS.
PIANOS.
PIANOS.
I'R! Vll M
AWAiUdll
lNi't.
I'll KM I I'M
AW AKHrOl
rum
A.NOTIir.It TIJIl'3IIII!
rTHK ubcribor rr tiully tuv.le. tbe ml.uilMU of
X lue publH'.MU.l of purcbuiM-i tri.cularly , to Iho
U(irrHr VrmtniM yi iro.. Ai.tuiil.ti lured liy him. A
yploiidiil oiwirllienl t oiisuully i d h.tnd.
our I'untu Uavd received a Premium twn yrnra In
HUcoboou, llii aud l!-..T..t Urn haul of the Am. ri
c4.i liintitul-, Cryhlai PulA. e, in contN'titiou with most
of the lea ling ru imUa. In' er. ! Yutkaml Ilea-
Ion, and artf uiC'lt.,oii.itii)- of lio! best quality of
t'Hie, lull, round und bi itiutnt, well a tliMith and
durability , and te II. .Iter oin It.s, by Hie uppitital
of reuowntNt artifia, in -flit ir.ni! u h lint .ir II
an .(.tud .uMei h.i i in.iity t4aei..itd rf tal ii any
Oiaud l'iafi ui rs"taft to U'i.itnu J t-Mi an-t rlajiicdy
of l.mrU, i oiuhaif I with Hit' KrtaWrt Ui luuea., whw-U
la very larviy met w.lu Iu tHher I im.
Wj ri-.u i;bjf (ola.tao riui.ujtion from atranf.
rr aod Irwn ! ! couvmca t!ieui-e.vi uf tha ata
belora puickaaiu( riM-abrra. All uur l'i.tn a are a ar
raiiied. tl IIAN'.-KS,
l..inia. turer uf 1'utio YurV a, 1XI i'eulre .lie. t,
apif-rm Now Y k.
C U MBER LA Nl DC O A L
row s.vtii:,
ON NOKT1I MAKK1.T TKKCT,
apr-la II jr J . '. llt'IISO A t'O.
i. CIA I AKH. A H ttA.
3IAKC1I K HOL31A.N,
TO. UAlU'll Laviug purthAaMt lite rtilira luUirnl
of M M. AiMiaua, ul Um Uta Ot tu vt Aiutiaxa Co ,
tlw baaineaa wiU tu be ioul.lia-U un-lr-r Ilia atxiva
.1) le, ai No. t bi ry trari, aflxrta will txt Ke( cim
uutUy on band (ud aupidy uf W mea, la.iior, i
Kara, r'ruiu, 4c. liy kiviuk protr atbtiUua Ui buat
uaaa,aud koepinf bolbiug but lUo ba Uwy tipvti to
itaa lli.ir cusbxiier., au4 ra!ix.tful! aolu.ll aatutra
uf public mlroaga.
Ia rtturinir from Ut Uu Orm of Ainiw t ro ,U
aft.rda ma jdoaaura l- recvniuirnd Mwu. Uiua k
liuutaa to my frmida aod the public generally. If
yea mmh t'"xi lqiior, tigr, ur aiiyihiuj
Imj In IrieuT lis 1 would. dviM yutj o rail or Ihvm.
pr-Jw WK AIMISO.K.
; WXti: i.
ACOOD Farm Hand, who alao aDileraUiitl f rdeo
$ptchV llnttccs.
Rock City Mills.
J. E. UAUIVIAIY Ac Co., Proprietors.
JE. BACMAX ft CO., Manufacturers of ROCK CITY
. FLOCR, will pay the highest price at all times,
for Wheat and Cora, at their Mills, corner ot Line and
Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn.
EETATX PBICE OP FXOTJS.
From and after this date, until further notice the
price of
Extra Family Fkrar.. 82 50
Fine Flour 2 00
Unbolted 2 50
Middlings 1 25
Fine Bran 50
Mixed Bran 50
Coarse Bran 30
Corn Meal 50c t bushel.
Shorts 75
All articles sold by the undersigned deliverable at
any place in the city free of charge. 'When selling by
the quantity, their rate of discount is 10 per cent from
retail prices. J. . BALMAN & CO.
Mar-5 ly.
The Ladles! The Ladies!
It Is a w ell established fart, that fully one half of the
female portion of our population, are seldom in the
enjoyment of good health, or to use their own expres
sion "never feel well." They are languid, devoid of
all energy, extremely nervous, and have no appetite.
To this class of invalids the Iloofland's German Bit
ters are nrecia(yj&ucotumended. Their peculiar tonic
and invigorating properties render them invaluable in
such cases.
X3 Head the Testimony.
F. M. CIIA LFA XT say s :
MoKfiA.vrowN, Va., Sept. 25, 1855.
Ship me immediately 12 dozen German Bitters, and
I assure you no medicine that I sell gives such general
satisfaction, the demand for it being being beyond all
precedent. It affords me pleasure to sell a medicine
so satisfactory to all Our physicians no longer sennit
at it, but are compelled to acknowledge its intrinsic
value, and the greater part of them have had magna
nimity of soul sufficient to lay aside their prejudices
and prescribe it in their practice.
Ask for HooBand's German Bitters, and take noth
ing else. They are prepared and sold by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, No 43 8 Arch street, Philadelphia, and are sold
by druggists and store-keepers in every town and vil
lage in the United States, Canadas, West Indies, and S.
America, at 75 cents per bottle. See that the signa
ture of C. M. Jackson is on the wrapper of each bottle.
aprl-lm
STB" We think is hardly known even to the most in
telligent of our readers. how deep some of the scien
ces are looking down into the mysteries of creation.
We knew there were wonderful discoveries in these
times, and wonderful uses made of them, but did not
know the Chemists were imitating in their crucibles and
even surpassing the most wonderful productions of or
ganic life. IJuring our visit to Lowell we were intro
duced by one of their prominent citizens to the labor
atory of Ur. Ayer, (inventor of Cherry Pectoral aud
Cathartic Pills,) where we were shown with generous
frankness his processes and his products. This mas
ter genius of his art is manufacturing the subtle essen
ces of flowers from tar and other vegetable substances,
li s essence of Pine Apple, Strawberry, Checkerberry,
Quince, Pear, Canella, Cinnamon, &c, not only equal
tint they exceed in purity of llavor, those vegetables
themselves. His oil of Winter-green is purer and of
better flavor than any that can be gathered from the
plant aud yet is made by chemical couiosition from
the Hydro-carbons iu tar! His process is, to analyze
the substance and lind the exact ultimate atoms of
which it is made, then recoiiiose them in the same
IiroKjitios whi'.'h exist in nature. Christian Ad ro
ot Le.
Kane's Aretic I xpedition.
Very few persons, while citting at home comfortably
in their easy chairs, can form any adequate idea of the
hardships endured by the held men w ho followed the
lamented I'r. Kane on the C-rinncIl Arctic Expedition.
Besides the sull'eriiig caused by the inhospitable cli
mate, the intense cold brought ou P.heumatism, still'
ness of tho Joints, Chilblains, Ac. , and, in many in
stances the liinbs and members of the daring explor
ers were frozen or frost-bitten. Their sulterinjs from
these causes were very great and would have been
unendurable but for the happy effects of a Liniment,
invenU! 1 expressly for their use by the celebrated Ur.
A. li. Bragg, a plentiful supply of w'iii h was taken
along with the expedition. This Liniment proved so
valuable, and its merits so fully confirmed under the
most unfavorable circumstances, that Ir Bragg has
been induced to commence its manufacture for the
public. He calls it very projierly "Bkai;;"s Arctic
I.immkxt." It is now for sale at all the Prug-sUires,
ami will undoubtedly come into universal use.
aprl-1 m
What Hollanders think of Ituerhavc's
Holland Hitters.
J. QeiNTi s, Kd. of the Sheboygan SUawtljntie, in a
letter dated September i;th, 1854, thus remarks
You will observe that I have published several
rertilicates lately. These are not mere ''"',' but lit
erally true; and should you continue advertising with
us, you may expect to secure large orders from every
II illand settlement in the United Suites."
Tins is uu extract from one of tin; many letters re
ceived from the Holland settlements. Surely when
Hollanders recommend the Holland Bitters so warmly
Americans may not hesitate in testing its virtues for
themselves. npr0-lw45
Xkaki.y a Panic. This morning there was a perfect
rush to gi t some of McIamu's Mrengthfinng Cordial.
It is asvuii.ihiiig w hat a large quantity of that it r tit le
is consumed. It shows conclusively that it is just the
thing required iu malaria or fever districts, as a pre
ventive lor Chill, uli.u SiiAhKs ''Kverj body and the
rest of mankind'' should try it, if they w ish to become
healthy and strong; aud tln au that are well should
take a little every morning to keep litem so. We have
tried it Eeeniny Mirrur.
uamv or com31i:kcj:.
N ahvii l K, Tenu., Jan. IsiS.
I will give Sa cents on the dollar for I-awreiicchiirg
m uiey ; and oilier uncurreiil money at the market
price. 1 w ish to purchase $100,tXiO ol Tennessee Stale
Hi lids to llil an order, and will give the highest market
pm'o for Ijnel Warrants to any amount.
Janl4 If J NO. I). J AM KB.
7177 ' '' Wii.uy' Ilume Journal ad vet t j.es circulai s
furnished gratis exphtiitmg the reasons w hy it requires
a ecntlemau of "accomplished mechanical genius'1 to
oH'i ate a Wheeler and Wilson's Sewing machine, and
.vby so many 'excellent house keepers'' cun not do
it. Icb-tf
Wanted Immediately, 10,000
meii to engage in the sale of the net
popular selling Books iu America. Invalids, uiechau
ics, farmers and teachers, wishing Ut travel, will hud
this a very profitable and pleasant business, enabling
tlieut b see the country and make tuouey at the same
I luu. Agents now i.i the business are clearing from
w to i ,5i0 per year. For lull particulars, aud a
list of ltookt, address II. M. KL'l.lxiN, queen City,
Publishing House, 141 M tin tared, Cinciuilutl, Ohio; or
if living r-ist, n. ItUl.lSoN', Philadelphia, Pa.
Scpl. UI. ly
y- M:W M'PPLV of rin.x-
r Jj" i '' E'4 INK. We have just received from
New York, a new supply of Printer's Iuk, which wc
an- ullenng fur salu low for cash.
hMlTH, CAMP J: CO.,
jaii'Ji tf Patriot Ofiice.
1S3S.
IS3S.
LADIES' AM) CillNTIMIVS
Fl R.USIII.NG A.D FANCY STURL',
Corner College Street and the Public Square.
HAVING jtiat received every style of Shell, Jvoty,
llullalo, aud Horu Putt, Tut king, M.lr, Fine tooth
and Ked'lmg Combs. Also, Ivory , llosewood, Miell and
BuiUlo Hair, l.aitn. Nail, Fleidi, Miami,; and t loth
liru.hes, sin. ill Todet Mirrors, lut. ues' and t.eiiilemeu'.
Pressing Cow lor traveling or lor tbe risuu; Morocco
llas. Cabas, furuiihed ami unfurnished, Fbony Work
llox-N.aud tun Wiiuug Ik-ska. UI acll at prices to
aii.t tho limes. Jan. li if
VEST BUTTONS.
HAYING replenish,! my sfctk ol ahell, C.traeo and
Stone Ye.l auU Mceve liuUoUF,! will ..n llieiu
cueap tor cash. J. IL ilcclLL.
Jan. l: U
Shirts am Vuilars.
. "I UST ! ttand another luvuhe of r huu, which wo
J warrant to be (u(M-rior lit eveiy way, aud lo til
bollrr than any olh-r style, with or without collar as
.interred, lor ! low by
lebiu1 J II. M.VIILU
IS) run and Stumliug Collar.
nlKV variety and ana of Ityroa and SLtu-liBJ
JA Cooari, and a law Uu-at ttyta fclauau.j Culiani,
ret Hed and for aala by
Itbi U J. IL UcOILL.
CHESSMEN.
IXTimP. Irory and Jet CTietuUMn an4 Dnmlnoea
11 w i Lb ail alyla aud aiea ot lW.kanimta Huorda,
laal receivtxl aud lor aaie by
Ja. 12 U J. II. iltCIIJ.
kid, Silk, I loth, aud Buckskin Cloves.
TCST tu baud, a choice M of brut quality of Ulttrea,
U aiubrac.1'4 eveiy color of feat, Mia, t mo, lima
..lu.rio. itii U J. li. klct.UX.
Silk aud Salia Tirs, Srarfx, aud t'ratnti.
RUtJVF-l) lloa Uay a tumwr aaxanntenl TVm,
ttuaka, Scar If, aud 1'ravaU. kvary rwty ui
c.aoia. aud at V arioua pricva, (or aaUs by
AUii AX J. II. MttilU.
lUsHiiluUoti.
f I'llt partna-rattip brrtulra a&ialinf bte Will.
X l Ikcra, Jr., a4 J.. W. tuaaw, w Una day tlav
a4v4 by atuiual cuuaanl aal Will. L. Uu,r.laiua
a auUtotuked W avlU lUa acuuwtta ol la.jr J A ( tt.
jtm . jAnio4t
leb. it, ISM. 11X. U t l, jr.
la rvtirutf from tha buatnna of Hrro h Co. , I hrart
lly rniutueit my tafct baiUMNT Iu Uta public, aa r
iby tu awry rr.iwci ut tiirtr ctMtttdttura, aod 1 ar
o tly auUcit tor Lira cotiUauauua of U. liberal
irunaa Imretolo beuU.
rttai:-U ra J. W. PaRBS.
A i1 Tree.
LrTrtf chute Afta Tra )'! tu tta4 and for
i b (M1 WhJ. '. kUlUM
CommerctaL
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, 1
Naiuv'il1-B( April 10, 1868. J .
COTTON The market is extremely dulL
Sales the past two days of a few email lots at
8J10c,tt)..
TOBACCCC-Sales at A. Hamixton's yester
day and the day previous of 33 hhds as fol
lows-84 70,5 35.5 80,6 30,6 40,6 50,6 50,
7 20, 7 50, 7 40, 7 50, 7 70, 8 00, 8 20, 8 30,
8 50, 8 50, 8 65, 8 80, 9 05, 9 10, 9 10, 9 50,
9 75, 10 00, 10 15. 10 20, 10 95, 11 05, 11 30,
11 50, 12 05 ; and 25 at Fisher, Wheless &
Co's at $6 00, 6 45, 6 55, 6 50. 6 80, 6 50,
690, 7 75, 3 at 8 00, 8 35, 8 50, 8 50, 8 60,
9 10, 9 25, 9 25, 9 30, 9 30,9 50, 9 65,9 85,
9 90. The hhd that brought $12 05 was the
produce of Mr. Henet Clark, of Bedford,
who iuvarially gets a high price for his crop.
BACON AND LARD-Sales of Bacon from
wagons the past two days at $88 35 ;
though yesterday there was less demand.
Lard is steady at 98Jc lb.
VICTORIOUS FOR FAMILY USE!
Opinion of tlic J udges of tlie late Irle
clianics' fair.
A T the late Mechanic's Fair, held ia the
i. City of Nashville, in October. 1857, the
Judges appointed to examine articles in Class
43 No. 17, Ckovkr & Baker's Sewing Ma
chines: No. 104, Singer's REl'ORT upon
the 1'RlNCirAL jntiuts aud merits of the two
machines as follows :
The machines are both two-thread machines,
that is, usinjr two separate threads for making
the stitch; that of (.hover & Baker ustnsr thf.
thread from COMMON SPOOLS WITH TWO
NKEDLKS : and that of Singer's using one
spool and one needle, the other thread work-
in-' from a BOBIil.N INCLOSED L A SHUT
TLE, and, in the opinion of the committee, is
Ix st adapted to FINE CLOTHING, SAD-
DLKK V, Arc
The (J ROVER & BAKER as the LEAST
COMPLICATED MACHINERY, AND, OF
COC USE. EASIER MANAGED; advantage
of rsiNc; spools without re-wind
ING ; and. with the exception of tine cloth
ing, saddlerv. tVc. in tlie opinion ol tue
Committee is BEST SUITED FOR FAMILY
USE
?f The part of this report referring to
the Singer Machine as liest adapted to fine
Clothing was intended to be UNDERSTOOD
BY THE COMMITTEE as le.t FOR MANU
FACTURING CLOTHING BY TAILORS,
IN WORK-SHOPS, AC. THE SAME IN
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY, &C.
NASHVILLE SEWING-MACHINE COMPANY.
INU. 4. I'lHI.KJ Nil (JAKE,
Nashville, Tenn.
Nashville, Teuu. , January "20, 1858 tf
THE SHITHSOXIAIV HOUSE,
Broadway, corner of Houston street. New York
flHIS iular Hotel, 4-omlutted
X upon tll Kl'Kld'KAN I'ut.v, lu-
eati'd iu tuo niot costly and tlesir-
lu quurter of lliu .MutroMliK, liav-
iiili ueatlifi'eil, suti;f!-.-lullv, the
coir.mt-Tcial revulion enb'rs uikui tho rfvivinif future
witli renewed detiTiuiuutiou by tbu uiauuifer U merit
a coiitiiiuunrtt t.f tlio libtral Kttruiiiti;c his ell'orts
tut vo lien tolorc rei.'fived. .-untie ratuna 50 cents. 75
fonts aud $11(0 per!.iy. Iouble riMiinii and Parlors
1 5U to .i 110 ncr ility. Jlt'uls extra at all hour and
as ordered. In suiniiier tins bouse is one of the cool
est und best ventilated in the city, aud lit winter it
eomniaii'ls, without th e, the Uiiuperature of the trop
ics, ueing neateu tiirouuuoui ny steam.
IHAni.KS II. S11ITH, I'rourietur
SAMCIX E. MEAD, Manager.
Ui-Tlie giibprnher's Itw Ilrsixi-xs will be cotirtnrt-
eil as usual His olli-fn aro in the Hotel and alio
Nassau street. All business intrusted lo bun will be
punctually attended tu.
niAUI.ES II. SMITH,
m.ir'l'liu Alturney and Counsellor at Law.
PIKEXIX BEDSTEAD FACTORY
HAS ON HAN D AND
Mumifuctures all kinds
or
CHEAP FURNITURE,
SITU AS
Cottage II-Itead,
iriDUD,
Luunj;rit,
li urea n ,
UhlinlMIKlM,
'M ttblea, Ac.
Also every discription of
Mattress es,
Made or -077.V, SlJfCK, fY7TO.V if- SfVCK,
ll.illl, Jr. All ol which will besolil as cheaiari can
be had in the c.ty for cash. . H. t (iKNUJI'S.
niarU7 1 v . 4'.t, fiturch Slreet
w.k.coum:lius,
Furnbhins Funeral Undertaker,
4! t lmrcli Mrerl,
TXTII.I. furnish every tiling at Funerals, as hereto-
fore. Will also furnish IaiIs ti Families or sin
cle Ki-avex in Jit. Olivet Cemetery.
iu.trJ7-ly. u
Xcv Spring Honncts, Millinery
(ioods, A.C., A.c.
54
31 ISS. 31. D. IIOWKUTOX,
I'iiIuu atrret, near TIarket,
HAS just rereive and is now opening one of the
luost elettnt Hlncks of
SPR1C EO.WETS, MILLINER Y GOODS, Lt
that she has ever had the pleasure U exlubil to Ihe
Ijtdies of Nashville. Hie liaa tbe latest styles, and
the best quality of liuods, and pledges heiseil tu ((ive
entire satisiuctiuu to all who uuty favor Iter Willi Uietr
Ktlronat:e.
MIC-. HOWERTOV returns her thanks to ber nu
merous patrons, and would be happy to make the ac
quaintance of many others. ari-lf
SSoi.E.cts! ISomicts !
m m
AT THE
ca York Millinery Emporium,
32 1'iilou M., aahvllle, Teun.
31 US. DOYLi:
BV.r,S leave tu inform ber nunierous ustomeni It) the
city, and throughout the Males uf Tennessee and
Alabama, that ahe baa retumed from New York, and
baa received Iter spring- lniporlaUons for of
FRENCH TATTLKX BONNETS A MILI-
NEUY COOPS,
Cons:stini; In part as follows: looo French Pattern
l!iiieU. i'l Le-li uu Klocmris and Ciuldrens' liata.
rarbly L'linnieU ; XaO Head I reas-, ow styles ; 760
boa t reat li I lowers, brtuat Lutr-meiit and Head
Ornament; 16(H1 HeCea Monnet. Saab and belt KibbtHia,
m tu a uwokt-s-k of rAitbrtuUertes, Ctdlara, Meetres,
! tts, 1.il.ren' WaikU, Kobcs, tlauds, lyings, lnaer
tiiata. Mantillas.
4 f Country VtilUners supi'Ikm with Iattern Bon
Deta, and every arta ls appei la:mii( to lha busioea.
k t t ry duacrifiuoa of liuuiau aad Uaol', Haw
Pirarhed and 1 runowl in Wrs o.s owa pecuuar sty la.
a tni ( log for Braaimc aad Hokuij ducia.
When aeren Summer unfol-'.s b-r rubes,
Aud gtvea fraTalK-e Ui the air.
The la.lM- they a ill b'b arvuad
lu aercti uf IVatnrta itiioul cooijiar,
Po, tf ts want to aare ihoe Uuttber,
And murb pvrplratnit Vnl,
tur adva-a w, by Um sua weather.
And exaoutta W lUapeaua.a la'iirnn-r nxde at
AjuA U VI Kb. ImJYLE.
li. u. iiiaAscoeiv,
Auctioneer and General Agent.
fOVLXl uder kta sstvIkm ta Uu pkiieaa Aat
II (ur Um saw uf
Ileal Ktate, Neproea,
or otlwr .partes ot prirtjr,ciUirra ta or ronr.trf .
ttrng durtuioe4 lo tlrvxto mjr turn W Ui afettv kus
tarM, sail bavKitf hal const trrabta speTttfe, I LaUrr
braaif Uiat I can f i a MtiadaUus to Ukaa as stay
f ur ma in that 1 aa aiwars a fotiad at U
OmibUuc Vtm U Urn Patriot 0c." hr, ia
ur ata4-, 4i caii It. toil 1 am aisu ttmt to
Ui aafaa ut
Urr Goods, Groceries, &c
fbi-i
GoU Vens.
TOilt YOF.K a 11. feav. a Um) ! ba4 HoUL
aj .tx oftcnta tut ai m lorn auaifcj.
Celegrapl).
LATER FROM EUROPE.
- Arrival of tbe Stesuner America.
New York, April 9. The steamer America
arrived at Halifax this afternoon. The Anglo
Siioa'o advices reached Liverpool on j the 25 tb.
Sales of Cotton for the week C5.000 bales, of
which speculators took 4,500 aud exporters
9,500 bales. The market opened at an ad
vance of one eighth to one fourth, but the
eteamer's news caused a decline in middling
and lower qualities. Estimated sales of Fri
day 7000 bales, of which speculators would
take 1000 and exporters 1.200 bales. The
market closed quiit. Quotations Orleans
fair 7f ; Middling 7: Mobile fair 7J; Middling
6; Upland fair 7J; Middling 6 11 16. Stock
ot Cotton in port 402,000 bales, of which 299 -000
are American.
Manchester advices are unfavorable. There
is but little enquiry, and prices are weak,
New Orleans ts ordinaire at Havre 103f.
Bread stuffs dull; Provisions quiet; Consols
97J97 for money and 97J(2;97J for ac
count; .bullion in Lank has increased 772,
0U0 pounds; Money unchanged and adundaut
FLKTHEE FOREIGN NEWS.
New York, April 9. D israeli obtained
leave to introduce a new India bill, bimilar to
Malmsbury's. Iu the case of the British En
gineers imprisoned in Naples, Malmsbury said
that Watt had arrived in Englaud, aud Farkd
had been liberated oa bail.
In House of Commons, Griffiths a&ked the
Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether the cap
ture of the Gayliari was illegal, aud whether
full compensation to the engineers would be
demanded.
D'lsiajli declined answering.
Roebuck moved the abolition of the Vice
Royalty of Ireland. Negatived by 127 niajori-J-
Gen. Pelissier's appointment as Ambassador
to Loudon is highly satisfactory.
It is rumored that Alsop has offered to un
dergo trial if the Government will pay his
expenses.
.Exports for February were two millions
less than for the same month last year.
The case of the collision of the ships Tus
cor and Andrew Foster was confirmed by the
Court of Admiralty.
Cramptou goes to -Russia, and Buchanan to
Madrid. Elliott replaces Buchauau at Copen
hagen. Howard goes to Florence. Lord Chel
see is to be Secretary of the Legation at Paris.
It is supposed that the Indian loan will be
taken by the Banks and Insurance Com
'panies. Money abundant. Short out-door-bills 2J
to 2J ; Long bills 4 to 6.
The Times iu a city article 6ays funds are
advancing steadily. Batik rates will be re
duced to 2i ou the first of April.
Spain. The Government has introduced a
project for abolisring slavery in its territories.
'Ihe fortifications at Malta are to be aug
mented. I'ougrcssioual.
Washington, April 8. Peter Besaucon,
formerly of Louisiana, attacked the Secretary
of the Interior, armed with a pistol. The
Secretary knocked him down, breaking Be-
sancon's arm. The assailant is supposed to
be temporarily insane.
Hoi'se. The deficiency appropriation bill
was rtji-cted: yeas 10G; nays 124.
The House voted to adhere to its Kansas
bill amendment by 119 to 111.
Washington, April 9. Hoise. The vote
on the deficiency bill was n 'Considered, and a
motion made to recommit the bill lo the com
mittee on t avs aim .Means, wmeu was nega
tived, but finally passed; yeas 111. nays 97.
Mr. Morris announced the death of Col
Benton, and the House adjourned;
announcement was premature. He
alive.
but the
is still
Kiver ev.
St. Louis, April 9. Alexander Constant,
from Fort Kearney, on the 30th, reports that
llrihiim Young threatens to annihilate tlie
army unless they leave the Territory by the
10th of March.
New Orleans, April 9. In the race to-day
M iinjtiaha won bet-t 3 in 5. Time 1.57, 1.48
aaiLi.45.
.Tlarketw by Xclesrapli.
New Oiu.kans, April 9. Cotton Sales
4500 bales; inactive; awaiting foreign news;
prices unchanged. .Molaws 29. Corn dull.
Laid, iu barrels, lOlOj; in kegs 13. Hulk
l'ork active; Shoulders 5J; Hams 7i; Sides
8(;8J. Freights active; lo Liverpool 9-16
for Cotton.
New York. March 9. Cotton advanced J:
I'liland Middling 12J firm; t-ales 4000 balen.
Flour heavy. Wheat linu; Western Ktd and
common NeMirn lute I in. Corn tlull.
Uacou 9i(5.9J for Hams: C?(o.GI for Shoul
ders. Lard lolfolU?. Whisky ZU(ti 211.
Xew Ouleaxs, April 9. Cotton, sales 3,
Ul) bales, prices unchanged; Sales of the
wek 510 (0 bali-p; lieceijits 42.501) bales;
Stock 399.000 bale; Increase in receipts at
tliis port 13,700 bales; Decrease at all ports
127,000. Suirar and Molasses lirni; Flour $4.
25(aS4.3.); Yellow Corn 5G; Poiktirm; SU-r-ling
(iJ7J premium.
pttcrir5
UOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
lottery, conducted by the Snish Government,
under tlie suerviSHu of the Captain General of C uba
will take place at Havana, ou
Friday, April 16th, 1858.
00,000 lali.YlYSt
Sorteo Numero 597 Ordinario.
Capital l'riz.e
1U0,000
Dollars.
1 Prize ef .
I i ti
1 ' 44
1
..$100 ,01 K)
60.OIHJ
.. 30,000
.. lo.ooo
4 Priios of S'2,000
6 " 44 l,tXKl
52 44 44 6oo
14.1 44 44 40O
20 Appronmauons. . .S.Kt6
1
5.IKM)
4 Apiiroxmuitions to the J loo .is mj, of $mmi each ; 4
of 400 to 50,MH1 ; 4 of 400 to O.UKI : 4 of 400 to 10,000;
4 of 400 to 5,(oO.
Wltole Ticket $20; Halves $10; Quar-fi-ra
Prises cashed at sight at b ht cent, discount.
Bills on the Nashville City Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soou as the result
becomes kuowu.
All orders for Schemes or Tickets to tie ad
dressed to 1KJX KODKlGl'LZ, (care of City Post,)
Charleston, So. Ca. niar29-ld
MONEY FOR THE JIIELK)";
S:;o,000 rr Vive Hollars!
Only 30,OOOXumbrrs! 3,2SG lrize!
MORE TUAX OXE PRIZE TO XIX E TICK PIS'.
ONE TICKET CAN DRAW THREE PRIZES ! !
Registered Money Letter at oar Risk!
Capital lrlze7 :tO,000!.
ANDERSON & SON'S EOTTEIl V
o tiik
HAVANA FLAK OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
Jasper Co. Academy Lottery!
S7 authority of the State of Georgia.
CLASS IX. Al'lilL 1st, 1658,
CLASS Mil, DUAWS APRIL 15t, 18JS,
In public, at Macon, Ga. , under the sworn superliitec.
dene of E. C. lit Lata r and Job. WanouLAS, Las.
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT EE2UCTI0IT!
Tickets: Wliolea ti ; HalTea $2.60; Q'rt $L25.
C II u yt K .
1 Priia of $30,000
1 do 10,0110
1 do a.ouo
1 4o , ',ioo
1 do S.uuO
I d i.oot
S do 6J0 art 1.6
do -.50 are liSO
100 do loo ara lo.oiai
loo do to are ,o
3O04 tfo 1 ar 4&.OU0
APPKOXUMATloN PIUZEii.
4 PT'SaS ol 129 to 00,000 tbOO
.1.... " lo.ooo UQ
do a " 4 ,ooo r."0
H a 4 " I Jy0 8io
Sf oo IS " 2,uoo VO
JO do io " l,ooo sue
324 priaes amoanUnt to I1U.130
M r Bank N4ea at sound ikuika takes at par. Check
oa New York raamtutd fur piira.
Mf Ik-awiofs ol ltrt CUuei will bo publiabed la
New York and New (trlmtua Suuday pspere, aud
CUarlotia and ?ara4inaa 1 Viltea.
la ocarmj Tkiaeta or t'err.lk-alMO. aaM-luso tho so
avey ta our aUrrw tor l.'ia Tk kela tirtervd, oa rlt4
of hK;b tlT will b forwarded! fey Bra suait. Pur
cbaarra raa aav Tickato auta.c in acy cura Uxy
atar SMifsaia.
Ttw U ut dxawa umbora and priaea will bo teat la
pwenaaors ksuaodatloly afW tUm draa io. pvrcua,
Bvrs w ui pi atrMo tir aKraatana riaia, aad fi0
tinest Poat ot&co, ewuty aaJ cu.
heiaxmbor Vital oeory pnaa ta tan aad payabU ta
full WatKHtt twrtKMU
AU Pruwa of t JM) and aader paid Motaedattety after
Um draw( utbar prt at the usual Lum of Maaya.
All muuuici sttatty etwadeatlal.
Addreso orovrs Ut Tirkaia to C. II. FWAI",
Naaavtlle, Teao., or ut ASiitiiuMi a KoN, Uaajtr,
tlana t KiTitiua. IU toarla in kil
CANES! CAMS! CANES!
WKUt ! rrive4 a tars stork ut 7.V Jf tAX
CT eM3S VA .VET. enaataUe Ik part of
MAlAKA, waa lor Uaada;
).vr
txm kctMza, wiutzacxx, wwcojrr.ote.
For alia J. 11. atCtaU.
afrl-i
fHisccllttiteoiis.
OMNIBUS LINES
FOU SA1a.
A CERTAIN CHAXCE
A F O it T U N
OWING to the determination of one of the partner to
leave tbe city, and tbe others havingr more business
than they can attend to, we are now offering for sale
the
Omnibus Lines of Nashville,
Including Omnibussee, Mail and BaRgaga Wagons,
Horses, Harness, Ac. We do know this to be a certutm
cAance for some man or company of men to make a
fortune. The butinea trill pat) from 60 to 100 per emt
profit. There are now 2 Railroads running to the city,
each with twice daily trains. During the coming fall
two others will be "in oixsration to the city, (the
Louisville and Nashville aud Nashville and Hender
son.) Also, good river navigation. No city can
boast of its flourishing condition more, or has brighter
pro?iects ahead titan Nashville. What we have said
iu regard to the Omnibus business we know to be so,
having been engaped in the business for seven or eight
years. Terms very easy. Good notes bearing interest,
cash, or good city property taken. Any information
cheerfully given. Apply soon to
G. U. SLAUGHTER CO.,
apr7-tf Nashville, Tenn.
Change of Schedule.
NASHVILLE IX D CUATTiXOOGA RAILROAD.
-DOCbLE DAILY TRADsS-tS.
EACH WAY OVER THE ROAD.
rS and after TTICTtSDAV, AprU 8th, 1868, the Pas-
Vy benger Train will run as follows :
Leave Nashville daily at 5 A. M. and 2 P. M.
Arriving at Chattanooga at 2:20 P. M. and 12:55 A. M.
Leave I'uatlanouKa at 10:0 A. M. aud 8:25 P. M.
Arriving at NashvUle at 9:10 A. M. and 8:10 P. M.
I'asscnKTa fur the East, via. Wilmington, N. C. , can
leave Nashville on either train, and make close con
nections throughout. Via. kuoxville, Tenn., and
Lynchburg, Va., should leave Nashville on the morn
ing train to make tlie connection.
Passengers for Memphis leave Nashville on the 2 P.
M. train, which connects at Stevenson with M. A C.
Railroad.
Those for MeMinnville and Sparta will leave Nash
ville on the i P. M. train, which connects directly at
Tullahoiiia with the tram for MeMinnville. Tlie train
which leaves MeMinnville at 12:0, conucrts with the
day train from Chattanooga aud arrives at Nashville at
8:10 P. M.
At Nashville there is a daily connection with boats
lor M. lxiuis. tiuciuuuti, Louisville, Merauuis, New Or
leans, Pittsburg, Ac.,Ac.;also adaily liue of stages for
liouisviile.
Tlirough Tickets can be procured at the Depot befora
the starling of the trains, for MeMinnville, liuntsville,
.Mi'mphis, J unction .Atlanta, Macon, Montgomery .Char
leston, Sjavannah, Augusta, Wilmington and Kuoxville.
C 1. A.MIf.tU-UN,
apr6-tf. General Ticket Agent.
NOTICE.
1TTE are now receiving our SPRISQ STOCK ot
i V r iue and Cheap I'nglazed
avali papi:rs.
All the newest aud most fashionable styles and pat
terns of PLAIN and
Decorative Paper Hangings,
Selected from tho largest Kastern manufactories, and
principal French and Eugli&h agencies, together with
Window Paper,
Fire Scree n,
Uorders,
Centre Piece, Ac.
Terms Cash, for all
Small Hills.
w. w. nx.v.
No. 2S Public square, corner Ix-aileru k St.
v-PAI'EK IIANtilNCi done in the best manner, bv
couipcteiit workmen. tnarSI-lui
TO HIHI
NEGRO BOY, about 15 years old, accustomed
it house work. Apply to
L. I. BAKER,
aprf-tf
at Planters' Bai.k.
Notice to Tanners.
We have constantly on Land and for Bale
GREEN SALTED HIDES,
At No. 8 South Front street,
Itaslitllle, 'J'ennrMce,
aprl-tf J. IKlYLE ii CO.
lvuies 11 at Uoxes.
NEW STYL.ES!
FRESH supply of sinylo and Tray Top Hut Boxes
J. X. large an
aud small sizes, just received by
JOlt.N KAMAGK,
42 College slreet.
apr3-tf
CHEAP FOR CASH.
fTQ make nsmi for new supplies, I will sell my re-
X mainmg slock of 1IKA VV HuOTS, SJiuKS AXD
It KIHIaXS, ut cost for Cash. I have also various
kinds of LAMES, MISSES and CIII.PHE.VS wear,
at reduced prices. Call for cosh bargains at 42 College
street, JOHN KAMAGE.
apr3-tf
Hacks Hacks Hacks !
HORSES, BIGGIES, BAGGAGE CAES, ie.
A
Kl'l.I. supply of everything in the LIVERY STA-
ItLE line, always at the service, of cilizeua and
strangers. I wish to call especial atU'LUou to my
present sunk ot
i:XTA FINE HACKS,
Which are the finest ever before oflored here to the
ruling community ; aud iu connection with them I have
elegant Horses aud excellent drivers. Orders for
Hacks. Aic, shoe Id be left ul my Mable, Just below the
Post twice, ou Church street.
apr3-U M. S. COMIW.
Tennessee Bonds for Sale.
I
WILL sell Polly Capital Ponds upon very favora
ble U'liiis. N. Holk-ilX, Presldent.
apr3-lni
CURE FOR RIIEOIATISW.
T HAVE just received a few doien botth-8 of JamCl'
1 Neuralgia and Rheumatic Liquid, a mem. me
liiMl lias never boeu kuuMU to lull iu lui iiig the above
jompluutta.
It may be obtained at the various Prug stores in the
-:l v. and ot J. W . I1M at the lute stand of Mackeu
tie A Wilson. I'm e 91 imt bottle
aprl-tf AiXX. MACKENZIE.
Li:E & CAHTEIl,
C03I3IISSIO xMERCIIAXTS,
(irneral Agruts and follrctom,
.Vo. 94 W.VMERCE STREET, MOXTCOMERY, ALA.
HAVING ample Storage, are prepared to receive
and make liberal advances on Consignment w hen
desired.
iiriiisrm.
Farley, Jury a Co., N. o. jK. Ilalfman, Esq., Phila.
Thrilt, olds Co., Mobile,
Ui&na le, fcaq., Baltimore.
Jofiah Morris, bail., Uoul
llersit a Holmes, Cliarlea-
piimi'iy.
ton, 8. C.
Hall, U s k Roberts, do
John ti. Winter, Esq., Co
Watts, Judge a JackMju.do
lumbus, (it.
J. Conk I in Co. , N York ,
Kisuu, VuKiaa a Co.
Morra Ur others, do.
NaahTlile, Tenn.
Us. U. Ul.
N . M. Caaraa.
mar2i-6iu
Bank of Xashville Building
FOR KENT.
T WIU. rent eur Banking house fur the remainder of
X this year and for lsji, uun exceedingly favorable
terms. Any person w sitting a Hanking house count
not be better suited, and with little exa-nse it could
be made aa excellent establishment for a retail rancy
fclorr, Ac. Apply to
apr-lni N. 1IOBSON, PresiJeut.
iost onifp.
N'amvuia. March CO. 181a.
ROM and after the 1st of April, the pit Ofljce will
be opened on Sundawt at half past 7 A. M.,ana
ctoee at 8 A. M Oien again at 6 P. M and cluae at
P. M. o all other days the Office will b. opened at
half )al t, o'clock A. H. , aud close at 7 S o'clock, r.
at. 6. K. AM'tli.MJ, 1'uai alaalw.
marSl-tf
Notice of Dissolution.
rtHE partnership existing betaean K. LANIER a
I OrJI Him.Luinl the si) I. of i. UMtK a
Co., at thia day dua.dved. 11. Lanier hating purrhas
1 (.eo. M.aell a enure interval ux the lata llrtn . isalua.
autltorixd to settle up Ui. aani.. It iJINlr K.
Uar. 10A6' CI O. aUi
asT Referring to the above notice, I lake grwat
pleasure in recommending lo my frhn is n.y tale aa
..iciate in business, Mr. Ii. Lana-r, aa a gentleman
t very way worthy of their coutluuvd pelrnoai-e.
AUrcii S, taM. bLU.
B. LANIEE & CO.
wiioLiS VLtV. r.nticiius
ao
Dralcrs ia ForrifB and Doraritie Liqnon
.4 TIarkfl atrl.
Mar. 'Ji-tf. N A.-IIV1UX, Tt-NXTsrE.
UKDRETIPIGiDDEI IEKDS,
JCWT ractvwd and ofaTwed a large suvk of Laadrath
Gardea eVotla, warraola freaii: euaatatuig ka Ok
aaual rara-tM bceugbt lo Uu aaatkat, lo akJch a
would fi" Ua IHT'l" J of rajnilaaa aa4 fcardaaon.
ja C. PRUWSI,
. 44 CaUeg. rol'
NOTICE.
AT a bmsmii ef Um Twoc af ta. Tan Ma
rts and Ftra laanraaea Oatpaay ta day , e
td4 et all dollar par skar. waa aavlarod.aal of th
arAt t4 th last saoatfee, psyabi. a Caaa at la af
tt i4 eocnpaay.
aprT-3w A. rTIT. oe'y
aw r
(Ojanrertj alf5
Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate.
Thomas B. McEwen et als to. Nance A Matlock et als,
and Nance A Matlock et als nt. Thoa. B. McEwen etals.
IN pursuance of a decree of tbe Chancery Court at
Nashville, at its November Term , 1K&7 , In the above
causes, I will Bell on tbe Public Square, in this city,
on the 10TU-DAY OF APRIL,1658,to the highent bid
der, on a credit of one. two aud three years, Lots Nos.
12,-2-2 and 24 in the division of the Wilson's Spring
property. Ou one of these Lots Wilson's Spring is
situated. a D. BR1LN. C. A M..
inarlO-td Chancery Court at Nashville.
Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate.
Gibson Merrill ct. Asa Shivers et als.
BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at Nash
ville, made in the above cause, at November Term,
1S67, 1 will, on SATI RUAY, the 10th PAY UK APRIL
next, sell to the highest bidder at public sale, at Uie
Court-yard gate in Nashville, three Lots, No. 4. 6 and
G, in Nance s division ot enivers s lots. Lois Nos. 4
and 6 each front 30 feel on Line street, and run back
125 feet to a 12 foot alley. Lot No. 0 fronts 30 feet on
Line street, at its junction with Belleville street, and
runs back to said alley.
Tekjw. Six, twelve and eighteen month's credit will
be given, notes with good security required, anda lien
retained until the purchase mouey is paid.
C. I. BKIK.M, C. M.,
mafl0-td Chancery Court at Nashville.
Chancery Sale of Slaves.
George E. Disuiukes t-s. Alexander Williams and others.
IN pursuance of a decree of this Court, at November
Term 18a7, in the above cause, I w ill expose to pub
lic sale, on the Public Square in Nashville, on SATl'K
DAY, the 17lh day of April, 185. two Slaves, Ste
phen, aged about 24 years, and Hill, aged about 12
vcars, attached as the protierty of defendant, Alex.
Williams, and to be sold to pay Orst a decree in this
Court, against said Williams, in favor of Porter, Wayne
Webb, and coats, and secondly to pay a decree in
favor of complainant Dismukes and costs.
C. I. liKIKN, I . a M.,
marlO-td Chancery Court at Nashville.
CHANCERY
SALE CF LOTS IN TOT NASIITILLE.
R. C. McNairy and others ct. C R. McNalry and others
TN pursuance of a decree of this Court in the above
Acause, I will sell on the Public Siuare. in this city
ou SATURDAY, the 1st day of MAY, 1858, the follow
ing !ts as laid down in the plan of the West Nash
ville M Nairv pronertv, to-wit :
Lot No. 3A0, fronting 50 feet on Pine street and run
ning bark 170 feet to all allev. Ixt No. 351. fronting
also 50 feet on same street and running back 170 feet
to an allev. lxit N'n. 379 aud 30, lying on Division
Street anil near the liiiteman protiertv these last lots
are of irregul.ir sIihih. Lot 37V, fronts 50 feet, and
Lot lin. fronts 120 teet or imre.
TKKMS: 1, 2 ami 3 years' credit.with interest .notes
well scored , aud Ileus retained until the purchase
money is fully paid. C. I. HKIr N. . : M,
Uiar27. Chancer y Court at Nsliville.
(Cincinnati.
Star ami Adamantine
CANDLES.
rriHE underi.);ned continue th manufacture of their
X cflt-liiritil Canill.-s, of the uinerent sizes, lour,
live, six aud (rvcu lo the pound.
All Warranted Full Weight.
Consumers will find it (trnatly to their intertt lo use
thee Candlos In preference lo thoso that are solil liy
Col'Xf. Many Caudles that are really seven U the
Douud are branded and sold as sixes, making a diner
euce ak'iiust Uie ci'iisuuier of nv poumls to tlie tox.
the variation usually nisde in the price is not pror-
tioued lo tins difference, as the followuiK staU'iuent
aliOM :
A box of Sevens coiitaiu 247 Candles, and is sold for
35 i .omuls, which is ihe a'iual wetuht.
A box of 14 oz. . or 'Miot t neunt Mxes,-- coniaina
only 240 Caudles, same fcize as the .vv eui, and ta sold
tor 40 pounds.
Pui.iM.hinir the price of the former to no -u cenia
and the latter IS cents, there will be a ditlerenc or 20
cents in price and 7 Candles in count yr box, in favor
of the full weiclit l smile to retailer ami consumers
and this will be increased five cents ar box for every
cent advance lu urn e.
Those interested would do well to examine Uie sun
ject fur themwdves.
I'KtuT'it a t.AJinij-.,
marl7-2m 24 West Second street.
Cincinnati, O.
HOIST. MOOKE,
COMMISSION
MliUCUAXT,
Ao. 30, Front Street,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
PARTICULAR attention given to tliliuK or
ders for CUiVKK,TIMTHY and oilier
seeds: CANMJiS, WlAP, L.VK1) k IJNShUJ
UlUi: CJIKtiit. BinU, IMKllALK, ana ajlalca ol
Cincinnati Manufacture and Produce generally.
m purchases made tor cash, and prompt custom
ers, iri-t ail tlie advauuges ot atscouuia aua tow pra:es
which money commaiiUH.-
Jan. 14 tf
To our Old Customer & Friends,
UTE have now liK-aU'd ourselves at No. 12 Iieade
t rick Street, where we are prepared to furnish
them with all kinds of drinks, such as Krandy, Whisky
liin,and Wines of all descriptions of the best qualities
also tobacco, amokiUK and chew ing, w ith a variety ol
tho best curars. Our desires are lo do every thing to
cater to the tastes of our patrons, tall, gentlemen,
try for yourselves, as we are always at our sist.
janao am J. I- PRICE a J. E. tMKKV
MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK, OHIO,
AM-rjuTi as: tu ai.sna ao aixaa or
STATIOXA11V A.M POUTAKLI2
STEAM ENGINES
From three to twenty bone power; Circular
Gate and Malay Saw Kills, complete; Kanl
ifest and Letter Presses; Locomotive and Cyl
inder Boilers, Machinists' Tools, Steam Whis
tles, Railroad Jacks, etc., etc.
THEIR Portable Enpines are especially adapted to
pUuUtn'U uses; being easily carried from on.
point to another and applied to threshing grain, gin
ning cotton, ac., a-c. They are making circular aaw
nulls, that require one baud lc than any other circu
lar null now in use. They are selling their machine
ry, Arc, at "20 per cent, less than last year's price.
A Catalogue of Manulacltites and seal, of prices
may be had on application to Messrs. Armstrong 4 Co. ,
No. e, Market street, or to the Company's Ageut,
C. li. CAMP, at Commercial Hotel,
mar27-tf. Naabvlll., Tenn.
ATTEXTION, CEMLEJIEX ! ! !
IV are uw every day In reHpt of
Handsome Spring Goods.
COVSIST1VU In part of lothe, C'aaalmerea,
nil Veiatlnza. of every color ana aestgu,
and we are preiarru u make up Uimw goods for our
customers iu the best owible manner and upon reas
onable terms, uuder the superintendence of
HARVEY,
Who Is every where acknowledged to be the first la
bis hue of bume, and a wan of most excellent taate
and lui.gment la his arloclunis.
CU1TO.V a A Hi nr.
mar 16 If 1ft Cedar MrmL
Vine SUlrts!
VI 1 order for r'hirta led at our -tea wilhta a
week or ten days will bo Uiied pro4ly, and la a
luanner to give satisfaction, aa one of Uie firm Intends
gonig Last shortly, and will attend to all orders that
w. may receive luiiu.t m idwii,
febi tf 1 Cedar alreet.
Dissolution.
TQE partnership teraiofor. exiaUng betaea lha
subscribers under lb. at) k of iLiaxxiB 4 a
ui waa ilauolv.d ttr auuluai oonaeut. oo the XT in utt.
J. W. Wilms Laa urchaaad Ue eour auterest of
aux. Macaxjiais ia avid Brui, and will roouau. th.
buuer kUJer bis owa name. lie U charged WiU
th. pariuent of all th. debts of the III in, aud a aloe.
uUioriseJ to use tu. luuia ot ii.r nriu in uiuiuaiiow
ALU MACKKXUtV
taatltt-tf J- . VtIljON.
J. W. WILSON,
snvessoK Vi
.MACKENZIE A. WILSON
IT Colle-a ktrrrt,
(CaXAa U
Stores
Tin Ware and
Castings
OutL CViaauf Kaa, 4 i;
toal Cuuku.g se., larg. aa4 ssaan;
Coukiag Mtva Uit WMMt, all aiara;
time, and Comirioa HaaUa( t-ov;
Manll. ad Ptaia Urate.,
A torn (aur very fla. aliMC kwd Gralaa;
fx, Cot per aed Japan war., a laUaad v4 PiJf
Uizu rcrBiviiln; Coodt of ill llflu
Ta. snanttfaetumic departmata, wtakisg aad pwuaic
BsUittm.hiM, h-oCiia. c . iU he aexta ta. aaaa-
.mM.l vi W. '. Joaw., a aaiilfiit workaaaa.aad will
ha doaa wah laromt'tans. aad calMtacwoa warraatod.
A I BUa aaaaaag aayaaa aaor. a a eaaJl hat
- at aaaart rrsata, asy pttnm wlU a. ium-mt thaa
bervtofor. and 1 hop by rn and aruaap stveauua
h hiwtaiaa. la sr a aharw of pttbuc patruaa.-.
XMMlh-tf ILJM,
Broadway House.
THE hov How, having heea thorovghly
r. tiwd w now opaa fuf Ih. receptMM of
A r. Biwd now opa lur tu receptaaa ac
WsvsWra TV. pre leiur h i fr--m aia
kmm .xoerarac la Ifc. haataoaa, and ha aa-
s.
Inuui ha iavr a. paiaa la aapptyioa tabW
wah tha fraat that U. ttarfct a3nU, to morn aa r
(r a share of patron,.
Ttraaa,
Pwy fkr4ar 1
YVrt
Wit, JL WlNfaX'KX.
NEW HAKDTVAHE HOUSE.
McCALL, VANLEER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IU
French, English, & American Hardware
GUNS AND CUTLERY,
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools ; alto
Building and Railroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock,
NO. 44 MARKET STREET, NXAR THE SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
IDljolcsale prt) (S00&5.
A. MORRISON & CO.,
WHOLESALE DKALKR3 IN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
FANCY GOODS,
yO. 72, PCBUCSQCARE,
Xaftlirllle, Tennessee.
-tTTE are now receiving our hpring Mock or goods
V V to which we call the attention Merchants buy.
Ing In this market. Our stock is large and desirabla
We will sell low lor cash or to prompt men uu imn
mar26-2m A. alUKKiKl c t-u.
185H
SPRIIG GOODS.
Bradford, McAVhirter & Co.,
Importen and AVholtsalt Dealers In
FOREIGN AXD D03IESTIC
DRY GOODS,
Varieties. Mantles. Bonnets, tic,
JVo. 3, Inn Itloek,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WE have In store and ready for exhibition a Large,
Complete and Well Selected tock of
Spring and Summer Dry Goods,
To the attention of which we would moat respectfully
invite Ca.Hn aud I mm it Tims pejii.krs visit ing our city.
UKA.NM-U1U', 111 W UUil LH a UU.
marl 2 2m
WHOLESALE.
STAl'LIi A.M 'A.CV
D K V GOODS,
I.adlea Dress Uoods,
Heady-made C'lotlitns,
llalH, lloota and Shoes,
Straw ooda,
Hard are Jc Queentwar,
TRABUE& LUCUS.
"ITT'E are now receiving our regular stock of every
T V descrition of tioods as above, to w hah w. re-
STtfull v call the siecial atteutiou of city aud country
merchants, tome and look before you purchase. Vt
have also several large lots of almost every descrip
tion of Uoods consigned lo us, w Inch can be bought at
great sacrifice lor cash.
marl3-tT TKAIil E a Lid 5-
DOUGLAS & CO.,
SO. 53, PUBLIC SQUARE,
NASIIVILLl
TENNESSEE,
DKALKK3 AT WHOLESALE IN
Imported and Domestic
I 11 1l goods,
BOOTS, SHOES, ER0GA.S, IIATS, BONNETS
We are now opening and arranging for sale about
1500 Packages
New Spring Goods,
Comprising many of Uie best makes and the NEWEST
STYLES AND 1ES1UNS, all of which we desire u sell
on time lo
HEIJ1BLE UEALEItS,
Or subject to the customary discount lor Mouey.
febao-am lHiCtiLAS a CO.
Allison, Anderson & Co.
WHOLESALE PEAI.KKS IX FOREIGN AND DOMESn
DKY GOODS,
Ko. 41 Public Square, KashTille, Tennessee.
Kl.rl.is Styles, 185H.
"1X7" E are now receiving and opening, and shall, by
the 1st or next mouih, have ready, for sale, our
usual stock of
Foreign I Domrstic Dry CooJx, Varietifi and
RE-t I) r MA t)E CLOTIIIXG,
Adapted to the SPKINO and H MMEK trade. We In
vite those visiting our Market lo call and examine our
slock, as we shall ntl.-r inducement!, to those purchas
ing for coth or to pnmiiit merchants.
AI.LIMO, A.MJi:USO. A. CO.
Feb. Ti am.
EVANS & CO.,
WHOLESALE HKALEK8 IS
FOItEIGN AND DOMESTIC
Dry Goods, lit adv-made Clothing,
BOOTS, SHOES, IIATS, Co.WETS,
vaiiii:tii:, if.,
XasUvllle, 'fciiiiessec,
No. 1 Xaalivllle Inn Uloek.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING OtTt
Spring Stock of Goods,
To an examination of which we would call tbe atten
tion of marrbaata buying in tins city.
Inducements will be uttered to Caaa and raoaTTtirae
buyera. EVANS a CO.
feb-M-Iyd
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
Importrrt snd Wholesale Draltri in
DKY GOODS.
.to. 48 Public Sqaar4
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WE HAVE COMMENCED RECEIVING OCR
Spring Stock,
Com plete about Uie last of lb I month
and to whu-u w will aud Ui
LITEST MJTELTIH DIBLVG TILE SEAS01
This stock will b. found very extensive aud will aia
brace our usual rai a-iy of
Foreign aud Donie.tic
DRY GOODS. VARIETIES.
AVI)
Heady-Made Clothing.
And ha ring been pwciiaasd at grl advantage. tudr
th .aiatiog preaaur., wUI b. sold low fur C'Aall, or I
Proiupt 3Irrcliaut on Time.
Utnioval.
"IITE bar. movod luto Uie hew War.bona. No. U,
' lubUc hatuara, Smrtnilkm Tana., wuar. w pro
ua lo do huaioea vn aa ltnpruvd plea. W bT
now a bmm aasortOMial of Iiaportod and lAtmeata;
Dry Oov4. ilta, ahoea, Ilata. aVr..
And w aoiKit Ui a I it Hi. of our trtaad and of th
buyers geaaraiiy.
i a wcclas a at
MICHAEL VAUGIEV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STo. 41 dxarry StrMt,
saarSS-tw
mil KENT.
VHA.VIMh aaa ouauiurwbai tamily residence ia
hagrheU near Uut bridge, witn t'arru-houaa
aa alabl. attached , for th balance vt Um year. oe-
a,a givva im i..iaitl!J . apply to
. LVU.VS a CO..
nlt Tl Public quar'
ST. ALHAXS.
PCI1LK? SALE
o
VALUABLE LOTS .
Ob Whdaaadaj, taa 4ia aay of Kay Btzt ,
OX tha preaatooa, al 11 a'ckwh A. M-. wd aril
lo lha kigbeal baldw hetwoaa laa h U B 1 1 4
lle L.aaavUa wmul " nai JsaUooa ot
Aioana.
Th. aheve aal I pne;tiv,and without eaaerv.
Tana or haia A erodit of oa and two J ears,
hota aatiafai-aurlly fcle aed , lM Ma tnlerasl, pJ'
hla mi baa and a Itna ret oil.
Tha aal na hy virta of a Aad of trust axe,
ad by at. W. Maaor hh-A. T. a- Ijadaiay oa tha
trt day of May, laid, wbah a da!y rwoordtsi m m
Keg u4 W. ef Iwvalso eoucty , BouC N'a. , pa
go ZSa, a4 StX
A aura parta-utar daacrtjtion of tl pro parry to
aaht wul b civsa ta hand bui.
m. w. wrreow, "
A. T. S. LwTtrr, Trwaiaa arcU- 4

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