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TEH) AT KOESUTG, APRIL 18, 1858.
The rd-ginus awakening" continues
la the churches of Nashville. Crowds, undi
minished, continue to worship daily and night
ly. The rushing current has nearly abeorlitd
all the waters of the stream that runs toward
fg" Yesterday was one of the mot dtli
ctous days that ever breath d in the tearful
month of April. vComing aft r a few days of
gloom and cold, it was hailed with delight hy
the great million, and particularly by the gay
butterflies of fashion, who sought the streets
for the display of their bright plumage.
Personal. We were pleased to meet on
yesterday O. C. Rhea, Esq.. the racy and tal
ented editor of the Russtllville Jlendd. Col.
Thos. Boters editor of the Gallatin Examiner,
and Mr. J as. A. Grant, one ,f the publL-bers
of theClarlcville Cltronkle. We trut-t th"ir ttav
in our city will be pleasant and agreeable.
Closed. Mr. Sam. Rhdlebei:;kr. the
"gr-at financier" for the inner man, in tiie
way of good en ting, has closed his house on
Cherry i-treet, in Coop rs Kuilding, and r.
moved to No. 17 Cedar street, where he will
be found at all times nitli the "fat of the
land" flying, sw imming or running in read
iacse for the million.
jgy Spruce street, lietween Church and
Broad, is very much indebted to the corpora
tion for the little cleaning up which has been
done ih'Tethis wee k. The citizniis there are
v -ry thankful for small favors, inasmuch as
th-y can get no other kind. Th-y would like
to have the advantage of gas lights, and it is
hard that they are deprived of them. Is there
no one in the board of Mayor and Aldermen
who wiil try to have a few lamp poets put up
in that section of the city ?
f?f We take 1 asure in publishing the
following letter from Lt. Mai iiy to Mrs. F.
li. Fou, in relation to her work on the 'E'lt
witt j Xatural Srienrr." one of the most inter-sting
a:id useful of its class. We are
pri-.t'.fi-d to 1-arn, also, that this work is to be
ititp-luc d into the 1'uMic .Schools of New
ib-kkv.iT'ky, Vjisiiit;To.v, M.'ircli :t)tli, 1P5H.
My Deak Madam : I thank you heartily fr
the copy of ' Lan ington's El m-nt-i of Natu
ral .-cienci-." It is a phy-ical G .-orajihy
which in our ow n day has rown to ! o ie of
its m st beautiful, int -resting and us ful de
pirtm :nts nfhiiin.ii knowledg-. In no de
partment of fctene- are- good school books
more wanting; ami tin.' is one of the vry It :t I
have seen. I have put it into the hands of
my own childr ti, aiel therefore 1 am J-nUy
thankful to you.
Very truly, my dear iiu Una, jour ob.-rt ?.;rv't,
M. F. M.UT.Y.
2$T Th -c lebratiou by lh,' Odd Fi ll ws,
which to k place in this city yesterday, by a
proc -j-Bioii and oration, was ad cid- d'y liaud
som : allair. Th pp-cession. though ut so
large as the numbers of the order ami tin
b auty of the day would have warrant, d. as
cvi-ry war highly enditabh-. A very large
crowd of eiliz ns a-s. mUi d at t!ie Theatre to
hear the -address of Dr. Bowi.ino, which was
one oi' the tiifi-t t have cvr heaul on a
riini'.ar occasion. Fxten-Ive as is ihe n pula
tion or the sp ak. r alita.Iy, as a polish, d
rh torician and attractive orator, his diame
ter i! I be enhanced by this elb.i t. lu it he
exhi it' d not only his r a.ly command of
br.liiait l.tiiguage, splendid and impressive
figures, and the classics, ancient and niod. rn,
but .hoi.. idso as an astute and profound
tiiin!;er, as well practical us in. t ipliysic.il.
The ex. rcises wire a propriat. Iv iiit.T
fp rsidw it'i mush:, vocal and iiistruni ulal ;
and p issed oil with great cr- dit to tin? order,
and to the high satisfaction of evi rbody.
The Gaiety. The regular dram;-.i;c season
closfd tis-i:ight willl a far. well le lielit io .Mi:-
El.iz.t Lou ax. Mr.CniM'hasdone ev ry thing
i:i his power, or that a skillful and en. ret:c
Illinag r could tin. to tie ate th: ilr.iui l in
this i i y, ami to furnish our i- .t z n.s the very
lest theatrical liliiit on the A in. ricau htage.
In aiiditUni to a company, which nltog. ttur,
is iiiu of the best we h;:c eir had, and as
giod :;s any in t::e .uth or Wist, h; has
brought out the most miim-nt rt.ili- of Ihe
country. Ai.d yi t he I. as been su.'h rr.l to
count his loss, s, not by hundreds, but by
t'loiisulids. lie has .-t imo k v mi snch ci l 1
riti. s a. Mi tin. x k, II ki :t. II vi:. Ymiu.iv
and Loo vn! It is i....v i ..l..il ! t..o late to
Tnak." aniends the present seus.iii ; but there
is time to sh.nv th inanai.'. i , that he in.iy
reasuiiably hope far le il. r thiu-s her. after.
His Wlli-Iit list night eerl.ii.ilv pr.ivi.l grate
ful to his feelings, both by the spirit in
which it was t i.l-nd. and th. manner in
which it iva- ropon 1 d I". We have .!.!. .m.
if ever, itue.-st d a hp rv br.il ai.l tur:i out
than that which f reel, d him. V. e w '.-h but
that the same g n- i oes and appr. ci.fii e spirit
insy prevail ti-iii;Jit in 1. lu ll id Mi.-s I.o..an.
lt w.re friiitl ss to sp. ak of It. r abilities,
which have leen unit i i -ally u ki;w ledv;, d.
nd v.niihhave In r. lol'ote reini-pd her the
favoiil of the Na;dville people. Ill ph.yilig
hi r pr sent cngagi nient, she hud iK.c.isiu
for s-'Vere mortilication. We trust that those
who admire talent, l.o f. 1 an int. r st in the
drama, and who know so v. ell how to testify
their uppr. ciation, will on this tscasion, us
far as possible, make suitable amends lor their
apparent negl t t,ni:d give the fair beneficiary
a generous, heart-cheering farewt 11.
yr the I'atri..
w Court llou-o, 5.
ME"Si:s. Knrroits : - I was thinking the
prophet hail gone to turn the grind-stone for
that old woman he told about, though, from
what he says, I suppose ho is iu the chicken
tr id?. and to convince him I did not intend to
bluff him. I will risk him a hen's nest, an egg. a
cent, or a dollar, that tlu arches will notsu;
port one half of li't he sajs they will; and
if he will not tet it. I think his judgment is
like bis pile, quite Mil ill, or it may be that he is
a horn or a hole, through which others blow;
if so, Iain willing to tr-ut him to wet his
whistle, if you will Lt him make u few more
blows, for it might iitlract the attention i.f
some one that is b.-tter qualitkd than we are,
that would have things o aiTungt d us to Uke
some of the outward pressure from those good
fide wulls, nnd have the arches so they would
support great weight uud stand light t urth
quakis, and remain there M0 or lont) years.
The life or duration of stone or iron work,
depends much on the strain it Is in, ami as
you increase one you somewhat diminish the
other. The county did uot give as much for
the house as 1 think should have Im-cu iveu,
and after it was up 1 told the committee J
thought they should be liberal with the con
tractors, aud wanted them to puy lor stoue to
cap the chimney. I have great faith lu Dr.
Franklin, and ho said things should Us well
done, aud that a stkh iu timesavvs uiuc, aud
that cheap bargains soim times change to dear
ones. As I am fond of chickens 1 wish the
prophet great luck, hope the contractor will
inake a profit, and that the bouse and arches
will stand many ages, though I doubt it, w ith
out a ch mge.
April lfl, ltM. 8. W. APKISiSO.V.
Wilis, Iloorma Co. Mifurm Uw lovers of 8o4 Wa
ter Uiy lutvs rvceivml suit hv auw la uixwsuua
- .. i MuOuil's MlbrMlMl SkMljft fc'ouuljt. an Mitut.1 V
new puuiiit, sad the mual cuattru vua uf Ui kind ei- i
aot. TUulr aMturUuuul uf iyrups i tufcriur lu aoua
athsoiiy. KU 1
I. O. O. F. The annual Grand Encamp
ment of Tennessee, one of the most harmoni
ous and profitable that has ever convened in
this State, closed their session on Tuesday
evening last. The following officers were du
ly elected and installed for the ensuing twelve
Smith Richabdsox, of Dyersburg, W. G. P.
Geo. W. Hcri.et, of Jackson, G. H. P.
McD. A. Nolex, of Nashville, G. S. W.
R. II. Barry, G. Scribe.
T. L. Marshall, " G. Treas.
AV. W. Tiickm tx, " G. J. W.
At the annual session of the Grand Lodge,
on yesterday, the following officers were elec
ted for the ensuing twelve months :
Robert Hattox, of Lebanon, G. M.
Bexj. Johns, of Murfreesboro', D. G. M.
R. G. IIexdersox, of Dyersburg, G. W.
T. L. Marshall, of Nashville, G. Treas.
R. II. Barry, " G. Sec.
David Plse. of Columbia, G. C.
A. A. Barnes, of Knoxville, Grand Represen
tative to G. L. of the United States.
The members of the Order, after the cere
monies were concluded, adopted the following
1,'esolvtd, That the thanks of the members of
the I. id pendent Order of Odd Fellows in at
tendance upon the celebration are most cor
dially tendered to Mr. W. 11. Crisp, Manager,
for the use of the Gaiety Theatre, so generous
ly tenderi d on ihis occasion.
RuvAved, That our thanks are also cordially
tendered to Prof. Weber, and those members
of the "Nashville Musical Union," who bo
kindly voluuteered to take charge of the mu
sic of the occasion, for the ve-ry acceptable
manner in w hich they discharged that office.
Htxohtd, That the city papers be requested
to publish these resolutions.
Thikty-Foir States. The Washington
Union of the 8th iust., says : "Tne Senate
yest nlay passed the bill to admit the State
of Minnesota into the Union. That body has
thus done its share, during the present ses
sio:i, towards the admission of two new Stabs.
A bill to admit Oregon has already been re
ported, and will come up next iu order. At
the close of the present session of Congress,
the Union will probably embrace thirty-four
IIiiiKK AX : at Bextoxvii.i.e, Ark. Twtnty
firt Ln-f.i I.u t. letter to the St. Louis Ile
jiu'diran. from Beutoiiville, Arkansas, mentions
a terrible disaster in that town. On the 27lh
March, a dreadful hurricane passed over the
jdaee, by which nearly every house in the
town was blown down and twenty-live livts
were lost. The cries of the wounded could
be heard for I wenty-four hours ail. r the storm,
mid -r the ruins of the buildings, where they
R'lil'ered the most intense agony. No othtr
particulars of this uccideut have been re
ceived. Jiif The Memph's Aonlaiiehe in noticing the
er. ction of a Banking Ibui.-e in that city sug
gests " that ea' h coru.-r. chimney aud window
Im: brirtl d with lightning rods, for U does
seem to us that if there is any objict that
ought to a;tr;ct the vengeance of H aven it
is a T nness. e Banking House." Is a Touica-
Banking House u;iy worse than those of
oth. r Slates? And if the vengeance of
Have-u' were to attempt the d. struciioii of
lhul one in Memphis, is it likt Iy that Heaven's
vc iig. auc: would be divert, d by lightning
Good Advice. The thousands of cripples
whom i le'iimati.-ni has L ft withstiifeu d joints,
or w hom palsy has In reft of the use of their
limbs, are adiscd to try Dr. Bit.uKj's Arctic
Liniment, which has never y t failed to cure
a single case of tin: kind iu which a fair trial
h is b -t n made. It is also useful iu relaxing
must 1 s. eont rat t, d or drawn up from ctvnip;
in reducing or scattering white swellings ; in
healing ulcer, and iu curing all manner of
eruptive tlis -as s of the skin, such as tetter,
ringworm, scald-head. Ac. It isal-o useful iu
healing wout.ds of all tl scri'itions, and in re
nioi ing w ens and tumors. This invaluable
article is already obtaining a wide circulation
uad celebrity ami many marvelous cures have
been wrought by it.
It is also iuf.tllabie in cu ing the diseases of
lli'fs es a. ul callle, and i i:i general use by all
til" lier sta'.l-: k-'ept Is in the United Stabs.
It. .r sal.- in N.ts'.n lil , by Bkk.iy !L Dkmo-
v 1 II.it.
An agent is want -d in t very town and vil
lage. A pl'.e.itii.ns should be mad to Ilii.vtii;
V lit !!ii..wi..s. St. Louis. Mo.. and must always
be ai'cotiipuu'.i d by e,,d -. r. nee.
Kr line IVckct and Table Cutlery
Call oil Mi i'ai.i., Yanlllk ii. Co.
M ll!; I.IMS.
T'.i.rAiiiiiKil S;ir:e 1 ur .1 lit.- I i.l"ii county Aj
ri. uliur il .m.l M. rli."ir.il S. i lety , r..r tl .o J"i :ir lS.'.s,
Kill li li.ii.l ,.t 1 1 1 - 1 uu tirii.ui'N ii.'..r Nufli ilU; en ll.e
111. to Mli ul M..V in.l ioiMi. l.il.fi ul .r. nut. tiif are !
uT.i'l , Iim .! vii:. li, u.ii. r.'K'.li'ii.ii.s ir le'I.iui, ,
iu. I. li.ti ii i.jij-iir jlinti lu I.. V. Mil ii., Ms, Sorr. Ui
' , ,il li.- !'. ... Hi.- s..iiili.. ii it. 'iiicM.'a.l , No. 17 S
Ik-dilr;- k s't- fi-t. or t litis t'M.re. .l.iiibfr.sle(i li.t
.t eiil:. lai.; i nc li.ili.i'i li. ail t!iO ir: il. t ul llie So
CI. IV III.' N I II IS', III., I f rr U. I'. SM t.l till' p "Mill. IS
Jaiiiill..' in iii 1 ...I', 1 1 . . . ho lutit Im' il.ua iiii ii
tiou t i '!'.. It. J oUNjMtM, Treasurer.
Wm. G. IIjrimvu,
e".' iriw.Vwt I. I'rusiiliMil.
Uook SelliTs, loo!i-Iindcrs and
!No. 38 I nlon Mrrfl,
.cl.l if 7
Tito f'llluwiiii; Ixsl of Novels, mst f winch are late
W.ii.H, will bo wilUttl ii Us 'vr viil.uuo.
Tint llil 'ie.K..lt;
ll.. tlK I'KtKWoou;
Kloeu u Knni;
Tint Nk I'l k. ll.st;
Miuikt il .or;
IXul ll ! Sl'?mE;
IliM MIliM J liSIHUts,
1 1 Kt lUl l ;
Thk Smmmi Mjhkii.k;
Inutin aid 1.II1T;
i.iu Tom t'tiMiNu;
Tim MoNt.i Mjtkn;
( ai:ltlK I.I.I.IM.,
Ill T0 KuaIic;
1h I.ikihi ji.tir,
FoKK-T Tll-.I.HiT ,
Tu M itk illi't-Jt;
bat sxnu Ann uu,
M 1 itt-t sl.kin ;
lu( Kahx M t
ttr mIo ty
(."... I'l l t'l.KNKKS;
1 .1 IT HosTo.x;
SitM JS1I Wollt.V,
lilt Monucii's Mistaki:;
M iiNiii ad I:
N reus or Im mi;
A W itsll'I ...imi- ,
I.ise us s IUH,
I ii lit ami Kir;
Tuk. lUii.Tir h;
bi. MKt Chat,
Minun.i 4 Lotto t;
chakles vr. sunn.
k 4-uiU'KO iliwiL
Modeler of Fashions,
AND D LA LEU IN
HATS, CAPS AXU LADIES ITUS,
ISO. 23 I'll bile Square
NASI I V 1 IAAI, T1I.N X USSHU.
tiii: im:w STYLK
1 8 5 S .
SOME ilrwraMv, neat Hd choice Myk-a uf
in-rBua bull ilaW, of ariutwj ouiura, bow
Uti1-1 IBAXCXSttiT Hal fcjnuuriuat. '
W laaiM U Aaf-oar tirui lityt UulaaVia tlai.
ItUXCHHK), lth.bl UalWf ,
toW7-tf . mbl top.
for VjiH -J srnixe
Sframlinat & Uiucr lms.
April 15. B. M. Rany&n, StLouia.
Acacia Cottage, Up Rirer.
The Cumberland is falling slowly at this
point with 5 feet water on Ilarpth Shoals.
The weather yesterday morning was rather
cold for this season of the year, but towards
noon it became exceedingly pleaaaut.
For St. Loiis. The new steamer B. M.
Runyan, unqueKtionably the finept passenger
steamer ever ia our trade, will leave this day
at 2 o'clock for St. Louis, inak'mg close con
nection at Cairo with first cla-s steamers for
Memphis aud New Oil -ans. She is in charge
of the veteran James Miij.ee. with the clever
and attentive R. W. Bell in the office.
Among the names of the passengers regis
tered on the B. M. Runyan lat night we nc
ticid that of Best. M. Rc.vtax. E-q., of St.
Louis, who will leave to-day en route for
Rock City Mills.
J. K. U A I'M A &. Co., Proprietors.
rE. BAL MAN tt CO., Manufacturers of ROCK CITY
KLoe. R, will pay the tiiKtictn price at all times,
for Wheat au.l Corn, at their Mills, corner of Uue anil
"horry etreet-s, Nashville, Tenn.
BET AIL PEIci OF FLOUR.
From and alter thin dale, until further notice the
Extra Family Flour. .$'2 25
F'uie Flour 1 75
I' n bolted 2 -lb
Middlings 1 5
Fine Bran 60
Mixed Bran 50
Coarse Bran 30
Corn Meal 50c & bufchel.
All articles sold by the undersigned deliverable at
any place in the cily free of charge. When selling by
the quantity, their rate of discount is 10 per cent from
retail prices. J. E. BALMAN It CO.
Prepared by Pr. JAS WIIXIAMS, tor the cure of PYS
I'K.IW, and nothing but IiYSI'KPSV, (an advertised in
aimlli.'r column ,) has, by its own merit?, obtained for
itself so high a reputation in Philadelphia, that Physi
cians acquainted with its properties, are us-ing il them
selves and prescribing it to their patients, convinced,
by observation, of its preat etttcacy in restoring the
disordered digestive organs to a healthy function. N'u
merous cases of Pyspepsy , of the most aggravated
character, which were abandoned as incurable by
some of the Medical Faculty, have by the use of this
Klixir, b.'en restored to perfect health, as attested cer
tiQcates testify. aprl3-ly
To crvout SulTcror.
A retired lieutl.-iuaii having been restored to health
in a few days, after many years of nervous sullering,
will send (free) to assist others, a copy of the prescrip
tion and a supply of the remedy, on receiving a
stumped envelope bearing the applicant's address. I'i
rect the Kev. Jnux M. Dug.xall, 1S6 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, N. Y. apria-tri-w a
McLean's Cokdiai- As may be' seen, we in
s rt this work the ad'erii.sein nt of McLean's
Ii i very well known we are not particu
larly favorable to pat. nt nil d t ine's, and. as a
jfeiieral thing, eschew the whole of tlieiu with
but liitlec r mony. and with these sentini -nts
we tl cbned ins. rtiag liii-advertis m -tit until
we k ti; w what were the i.iredients of the
nieibcine, und how compound d. This we
have learnt d. nnd b lieving, as we do, that the
iiigivilients are good, anil thecouijiouinl judi
ciously mud . we r. commend it us mixture
worthy oi public confidence.
Theaboie is; from the St. Louis! Chrilinn
A'hoc ite, td tt d by the c.lel rattd Rev. Lr.
McAxally, which sp-aks toluines in favor of
McL. au's Cordial. We say to all. try it. See
the advertisement in another column.
Tlie Sellina: liiatllet of ICoerliave'a
Qcebkc, Cssava, June 20, 1H5I.
We have no doubt it will sell well here. Send us 1
gross. JOHN MlisSON & CO.
MovnuuL, C.n.ua, July 1, lt51.
Send us 2 gros Puei have's Holland Bitters. We want
a medicine of this kind in our market.
JOHN' LU'.KS ,c CO., Medical Hall.
There i.nj Kte a ready sulu here for ymu Llu-rhuvu'B
Holland U.tters. WM. II. V ol F,
per 11. B. I'tAKsox.
IIiiiit.iYsi ic.i. Ph., Ive. t'5, lx.'.d.
SMid ni 3 doz.-n ni ne l;,erliavi. s Holland B.tleis. I
will remit on receipt of same.
upri-j-iw j. i: p.mox.
'E lie I.adlt-M! The I.adic!
Il is a well . slalil:sh...l la. t. that fully one half of the
f-itiali' poi tiou of our immolation , ate .s.'lii.iiii m the
ei:ji iiiet.t of yond health, or to ese th. ir own expres
sioii "u.-i cr I. . I well." Tin y are l u, uiil, devoid of
ail euery, extrenndy nervous, and hale no apii.'tite.
To lies class of invalids tlift Hoott.iii.l s lo-rniaii Bit
t.TS are rsm iuy i .in. uiiii.'iided. Tin ir peculiar tonic
and ii.vioiutr.. propel la s render lliciu iuvaiiiuble in
s.n II Cases.
Ilend tUn TcKtlmony. "C
M. tV.I .'.!. i s.i:
MoK"iATii N, Va., Sept. '.'a, 165.
Ship tne immediately 1'2 oz -n Herman but Ts', and
I a-sui e you no me liriue thai I S.M! gives such g. n'rsl
S.-ilisI'a.'llntl, the deinalld for It bell:,; hrlli b.'yol.d all
pi ec."iiil. It dlfords mo pleasuieto ! 1 a medicine
so satisfactory to all Our phy .ans u longer scout
at it, but are compelled to airknowledgn us intrinsic
value, and the greater part of them have had magna
luinity of soul sulli ienl to lay asi le their prejudices
and prescribe tl lu their practice
Ask fur llooil md's Herman BitbTs. and Like noth
ing els'. Tin )' are prepared and sold by I r. C. M.
Jackson, Vo41S Arch street, Philadelphia, and are sold
1T druggists and store keepers m every town aud vil
lage ui the L' nit.'d Mates, Cunadas, West Indies, and 8.
Amen, a, at 75 cents per bottle. See that the signa
ture of C. M. Jackson is on tho wrapper of each bottle.
O - We think is hardly known even to tie r.ion in
telligent of our reader, how deep mune of the scien
ces are looking down into th mj -t 'i ies of creation.
We knew there were wonderful d:scovenep in these
times, an I won. lei (ul uses ma le of them, but did Dot
know the ('heliosis were mutating ui their crucibles and
even suruxaing the must wonderful productions of or
game hie. I'm ii..- our visit to Lowell w were intro
duced by one of their prominent ciuz.-us to the labor
atory of Pr. Aver, (iu ventor of Cherry Pectoral and
Cathartic Pills,) where we were shown with generous
frankness his processes aud his produces. This mas
ter genius of his art in manufaclui ing the subtle essen
ce, of d iw.TS fi out Ur and other v. getibli' subsunces.
li s essence of I'uw Apple, S'rav lierry .Clieckerberiy ,
ej mice, 1'ear, CanclUi, Ciutiamoii, A.c , not only e.pial
but they exceed In p.ir.ty of nivor, those veg tables
therti ki'i. M i oil of Wiutor grecn is purer an 1 of
bett.r tl vor than any tli.it can be gathered from th
jiUut and yet Is ma le by chemical cim;.;ii..n from
the Hy lro cai bous m tar! His process is, to analyze
Ci substance and Uud the exac t nil. mate atoms of
w hich H utm.ide,lheu recm ;si.-e them io the same
propo, te.i whi';b exist In ualuie. Ckrutmn A Jv
tatt. li a lie's Arctic i:xprillllon.
ory tea (misus, whilo .itui.g at hoiue comfortably
IU their easy rlialrs, can foria any adequate Idea of the
hordslm eudurcd by tho b- Id men who followed the
lauiouUid Ur. Katie ou the oriunoil Arci; Fjtpediuoa.
Uusi les tue salferinj eaased by the luh.wpiUible cli
mate, Ihe Intense cuM h.-ought on Khaumalisin, stiff
ness of the JuiuU, I huliUiui, A.C., and, ia many Ut
suaces Hie liuibs aud memtH'rs ot Wie dariti J explof.
cis were froi a or frl biiu n. Their sulfertngs from
t'leae causes oere very it real aud would bave ben
uneodurable but fur the happy rfl.via of a Luitnieiit,
mreuled expressly for their use by the celebrated Ir.
A. U. Brafc, a plentiful sapply of whch was taken
alooj with tne exoe ntion. Tats Limtaent pro Ted so
valuable, and IU tuarils so fully ooaarne4 auiet tne
laoat unfavorable Circuiiivuc, that l Rrafg iuss
kwea iodu.:eJ tu commeuie rts nvaaufacture for lite
public. He calls it very properly "HaAOU's iuiit
UibsT " Il is now fur sale at alt the IItu store,
and will undoubtedly torn Itih utuveraal uae.
JIA.K OF C03I3IHIICC.
.Nvu-ia(TeBa., Jaa. 13, lii.
1 will (ire U rents o the MW for ljimceburi
suoejr ; an 4 otWr uncurreui noovy at the aiaxket
price. I Jb U) purv haae 1100,000 uf TrccriMW Move
Boads l til order, and will give the higheet ataraet
price f'r LaihI Warraata M aay amount.
Inl JSQ. D. iAMiJL
lT""tiii t Vastiest lmmedlatcljr, tfl.ooo
Lji I snea lu socage la the sale c4 the atoat
pupuUr eelliaf Huos. ia Anienca- la valuta, aliaa
tca, (axsttrs aud lawrLera, wehtu( to larcl, wilt a4
thai a very prvdtabte aad pleesnt auaioeea, eaaMnac
Umoi Ui see. ta eouatry aad soake Bsmaey at the sa
tiaso. Aeau aoej Mt Ute bis are rioaruif frwea
t-M te Ial per year. 'ur full fwrtiLUlars, aad a
UMfd tuadis. addreMi II. M. RI'UmjX, Owns CUy,
Pubuattlne Hua. - atr-, IWauu. Utl.t
tt Uttun fat. P. KUllS0irf1iJa.laU'lud.
"Washixotox, April 15. Horse. A bill
passed fixing the compensation of revenue
Mr. Cobb, from the committee on public
lands, reported adversely to granting lands
to States for the promotion of agricultural
Mr. Walliridfje made a minority report.
Mr. Houston Rave notice that on Monday
he would move for a protectorate over
Afternoon. House Discussing Pacific Rail
road bill. Messrs. English, Stevens and
Hoard were appointed as Conference Commit
tee on the part of the House. Adjourned.
Senate. A resolution passed asking the
Secretary of War for all information in regard
to contracts for the Utah array.
The resolution was hud over that when the
Senate adjourned the first Monday in June, it
meet again the first Monday in November.
The diplomatic appropriation bill passed.
St. Louis, April 15. The river has risen
about thirty inches in the last 35 hours, and
is still rising.
The upper streams continue to pour out
Louisville, April 15. Tbe river was fall
ing yesterday evening, but is now about sta
tionary. A rise is momentarily expected from above.
Mempuis, April 15. The river had risen 15
inches during the 24 hours ending at 3 o'clock
New York, April 15. The Tribune says
that private lettt rs announce that Lord Nap
ier is to be recalled, aud that his successor is
already selecti d.
Theclipper '-Sunny South" has arrived with
several of" the passengers of the John Gilper.
lost otf Cape Horn on the 29th of January.
Washington, April 15 The aggregate
amount proposed to be appropriated ia river
and harbor bills is $4,000,000, including $100,
000 for the Mobile harbor.
Escalaute returns forthwith to Costa Rica.
Markets by Telegraph.
New Orleans, April 15. Co ton, sales
12.000 bales; Trices irregular, 11(11J; White
wheat SI lrl 17': Bulk Shoulders b. Hams
7, sides r-J; Laid in bbls. 10410J; Ex
ciiiiuge slitter; Sterling Ci,7 prcui.
New York, April 15. Cotton irregular,
nominal. Hour 4 054 15. Wheat, white
130(a l47J. Corn 7:Koi,74. Prime Fork ad
viinc d 5c. Lard 10j(a10j. Bacon, Rough
Sides r-J. Sagiir, Oilcans b(ui7"-.
Cincinnati, April 15. Flour $3 C03 65.
Whi-ky lo, Liii'd 10. Me8 Pork $1C 75 ;
h. Id at 17. Bucou Sides in hhds 9g ; held at
Hi. Linseed 70. Star Candks scarce at 19c.
CHOI C E LARD,
IL"T IP EXl'KKsSLY FOlt
r axiuiaY use,
for kalk bt
WOODS & CO.,
ni.rl.5-.tr MARKET feT., NASHVILLE.
vr tiie llest Quality,
Mutiutittlurod and for sale, low, by
AVOODS & CO.,
-if MARKET ST., XASHXILLE.
JOHN" YORK & Co. have ou hand the best Gold Pen
ever olfcrud for sale iu tins mai kel.
RECEIVED THIS DAY HY EXI'ttESS,
IO! IU" Aliixaiider's Kid Cloves;
Lm.J 10 iloz. Extension 8. S. SirU, wlnto e-ol'd;
lu cartons Dtieuls, new styles;
10 do. M .ii.slui tie Ch.me:
3 do. New style Stella Shawls, for early Spring;
5U0 l'njiie Collars an. I Sieves, new styles;
Cra)K Collars au.l Sleeves, do ;
lireaklast Caps, do.;
Illusion Capes and Dertlies, do.;
Our Mr. ilcX iiry is now in the Eastern cities, and wa
will be getting New eic.ils every lew duys du ing the
season 411.I bolieit a tall Irom our Irien ls ami the pub
lic Ki iieraily. K. C. MeNAIUY ti CO.
mai 10 u
rLAXTEKS' V.4 XK OF TE.YXFSSSE,
Xi'KrilU. March Slrf. 18.',s. f
HERE will be a iiu'.-tiiic of the (tucktioMcrs of this
Kn.t held at the Raukiiif; House in Nashville, on
1st June next, at 10 o'clock, A. M , to take into
si.leratioii an act passed at the recent session of the
isl.iture of this Suite, proclaim; an amendment to
charter of this llank. llv or.'er of t!ie Honrd.
pr.S-t.l D. WEAVER, Cashier.
r x -
...., it tint's t'Aicii' sr.icDs.
Il'ST receive.! anil opened a lurgeson-k of I-an.lrcth'f
liar. leu S e.lo, warranl. 'l Iresh; ci!Klil!l in the
usual v. h i. ti. brought to this market, to uln. h
would call the alieut.011 of Families and tiardeuers.
Jo. o. ltitowx,
jar.-J.i-lf No. 43 Colirne Street
I'riif. . s.
"IX "II I. comtn.-n. u a Col K.-EOK I. Kl TIRES on Tin-
man Science, ..11 Life, its I.aws. Functions, Im.
proverneiiis, A;c. , as Lmuhi by I'lirc iiology and I'Iiif
lol'.k'v, iin l applied to S. U Improvement, Jlaiiat-i ini-D
of Children, Health, Marriage, Kc, early iu Al'ltlL.al
He will also toll applicants all about themselves an
chil Iren, i.t Iiim lp.t.'l.
lor pai tic. ilars s.-e papers and bills of day.
niarl.'- iu tf
Notice of Dissolution.
MHK pa'tacrship existiiiK between II. LANIER A
1 tiED. MIELL, under the stylo of IJ. LANIER A
Co., in thin .lay dissolved. B. latnier having puichas
ed ... W-.zfii't entire lolrret in the late n.'m , isaloue
authorized to settle up the same. B. lNII K.
Mar. .6, 1S&8- tiEO. J1I.ELL.
fjT hefernnjr to the above notice, I take great
'wl.' 111 b.iinesa, Mr. II. I-aiucr, as a gentleman
very way worthy of their couuoued itrouafe.
B. LANIER & CO.
wiioiaS VIaU r.nin.iaUS
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors
o. 5 .tlarkct Mreet.
Mar. "8 tf.
VIJ. kinds ol riaiu and iKvorative I'awr Hanging
done in the bet nianuer, and cheapest Ki. r, by
t B. FRANK UN.
a-Orders left at Wm Rear's, No. IT Dcadcrick
Str.--l, wi:i be protnptiy attended to.
KKTKKStrEk. Messrs. A. R. Critier, Jut. B. While,
U. Lures, Horn a ton, L. M Crb.y Jan'i
li. u. c;ii.scocii.r
Auctioaccr aud (icncral Agcn(,
".XTl'l'LIl oifer h S4-r vices to tbe public as Agent
f f for the Male of
Heal Estate, Ncgroe,
or other iij.ee ie rorty, either ii town orcoantry.
IV-lliC uetermuied to devote my lime to Uie abe bus
inrM, and lia u.g had ronsl lerable eaperieace, I tlatler
niyseil thai 1 cau g ve aalislartioa to iuom! who may
f tkor me 111 thai line. I can aiwars be foil ud at the
Couutiug iaiuiu of the Patriot Office," where, ia
my orders can bu luu 1 ui aiao aurad U
U.e Mica 14
Dry Goods, Groceries, 4c.
S 'V . AlittiVXS.
0a Wednesday, the 6 tit day of Kay next ,
ON the preruisa, at 11 o'tloca A. M., w w.l sell
to the ti.gho.1 bidder betwwto soandio ltalltl
U Lois, Uie f.Mmu.n UBMild MTUo4ta ui
lue above sale at pu.ttive,ami tthotit rerve.
Tsaaa o 8jil A credit of one aad l Teais,
oU-s saludacUirily eudoraed, btmru( u.lrre.1, a
ble in Uauk aud a Ilea rrUuied.
Th. ami la made by virtue uf a de4 of trust ie.
col I by M W. Srimurt w A. V. 8. Lutdaicy, 11s tbe
ra.j et Stay, lvM, .IikS h daiy fKuruai ia Uie
Krs-ater'siirh. of 1 klMJO COUUl, . HuiC No. 24, u
f ca .V, Til and r."'.
A more iwrtuiar de-ri4ti uf the properly la
sold ui b gitea ta h. i.il buU.
tl. sr. wrrtBr.
A. V. U. UvooLBT, Trieste. Bull
SPMG.JLD sniilEIt GOODS!
FOR CASH ONLY!
TC ar receivinc our stock of ST-IPLS AXD
fA CT 'iJiAS, I tirui m4 iMBaaaer, kick
are ttSlcr mf a Um trad at very tow prate,
We sb vRM the) inrsiws all Ca lbs yes to a car .
fal iuiumIm wf or as-ark bvtur mI lk.r Kir.
cbs.ii, twaif fully Bta4 ww cab iaae a to ibrir
atemt buy fruta ua, tmt tnuitti bettif "Aa.4 aaiea
aad aaoali tfvUa tor casa."
i1-tf baa ai 44 U Uwit survot.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, Tl
Kasstiiu, April 18, 1868.
COTTON There wa no sale yesterday
worthy of note. Prices ranging from 9 to
TOBACCO At the warehouse of Fbhib,
Whelkss & Co., 26 hhds as follows $5 85,
6 50, 6 55, 6 85, 7 05, 7 15, 7 25, 7 40, 7 45.
7 50, 6 05, 8 75. 8 80. 9 65. 9 75, 10 45; and
at A. Hamilton's 14 hhds at $5 95, 6 35. 6 85,
7 50. 7 85, 8 15, 8 25, 8 55, 9 00, 9 70. 9 75,
11 10, 12 25. The hhd that brought $12 25,
is the produce of R. C. Maxwell, of Bedford
county, and so far is the highest price of the
Miibilx, April 12.
Sales of Cotton 2,000 bales, at an advance of W,
Middling tic. Receipts Sunday and Monday
DuKLmrox, April 13, 1 P M.
COTTON The market and prices arc the same yes
terday. Sale to-day 400 bales at V2Jil3yxc.
Aigi-sta. April 13 P. M.
COTTON" There is an active demand to-day at full
prices. Middling Fair 12c.
mijolcsalf pro (BnoK
A. MORRISON & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN & D03IEST1C
XO. 72, PUBLIC SQUARE,
WE are now receiving our Spring Stork of goods
to which we call the attention of Merchants buy
ing in this market. Our stock is large and desirable
We will sell low for cash or to prompt men on time
mar2e:--!m A. MORKl.OS fc CO.
Bransford, McWhirter & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AXD DOMESTIC
Varieties, Mantles, Bonnets, &c.,
o. 3, luu II lock,
- NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
E have in store and ready for exhibition a Large,
Complete and well selected Mock oi
Spring and Summer Dry Goods,
To tho attention of which we would most rehectful!y
invite Cau and I'm .kit Timk Ikj!.KK vmiting our city.
liltAXs! OlUl, MeWlIlHTUt ii CO.
mar 12 '2m
Sr.lI'l.Ii A I FA C V
Ladies' liress Uoodn,
Itcady-iiiadc lot Ii Ins:,
Jiats, liuuts and Mtocs,
St rat' ;ouds,
liardware & Quccniware,
TUABUE & LUC US.
"1X7"E are now receiving our regular stock of every
V V description of t.. 10.1s as above, to which we re
spectfully call the Siecial attention of city audcouiiti j
mcrctiHMts. Come and look before you purclmse. t
have also several large lots of almost every descrip
tion of O 001 Is contiigned to ue, which cau be bought at
great Mcntico lor caah.
marlS-U" TRABL'E A LUCC8-
D 0 UGLAS & C07,
NO. 53r PUBLIC SQUABE,
L11A1.KK.S AT WHOLESALE IX
Imported and Domestic
DO'JTS, SHOES, BE0C.1XS, HATS, EOX.MTS
dec, Ac, ic.
4Te are now opening and arranging for sale about
Nev Spring Goods,
Comprising many of the best makes and the NEWEST
STYLES AN'U ULSUiNS, all of which wo desire to sell
011 lime to
Or subject to the customary discount for Moner.
febi-jni Jicil eiLAS i'ci).
Allison, Anderson & Co.
WlIoLr.sAl.KIiEAl.KKS IN FoKEIUN AMI LOMR-Tl
D 11 Y GOODS,
No. 41 Puhiio Square, Kaahville, Tennessee.
Siu-ing Styles, 185H.
X"E are now receiving and oiuinp. and shall, by
? the 1st of next month, have ready, lor sa.e, our
ns isl stock of
Foreign Domestic Dry Goods, Varieties and
JiEA O I'M A VE CI.HTtftXG,
Adapted to the SI'IUNC and SI MMER trade. We in
vite tlii.se visiting our Market to call and examine our
-.lock, as we shall olf T inducements to those puicha
lug for cath or to prompt nierchantK
AI.-LiSO, A.MjKUSO.V A: CO.
Feb. '-2. Jin.
E V ATC S & CO.,
W UOI J.SAI X 1.KAI EUS IN
FOREIGN AM) IK)3IESTIC
Dry Goods, Head) -made Clothing,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BO.WETS,
'o. 1 abltvllle I ii n Illock.
'E ARE NOW REf'Eir'NG AND OPENING OCR
Spring Stock of Goods,
To au examination of hu h we mould call the alien
tion ol mere Uan la buyiuft id this city.
inducements will be oUered to Casm and rmoMPTtim
buyers. EVAN'S a CO.
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
Imjtcrtcrs and Wholesale Dealers in
D 11 Y GOODS,
Mo. 4S I'ublle Square.
IV ASH VI LLE, TENN ESSEE.
WE 1 1 A V E CO M M ENCED RECEIVING OUK
"Miicb will be complete abrmt the lt "f this monta
and to h.h is Ul add the
LATEST .0VELTILS BIBIAC THE SEASOM
Thi stuck ardl be found very extensir. bail will em
brace our usual variety of
Foreign and Domestic
DKY GOODS, VARIETIES,
Abd baring bea lure based at rretl iJui.iu. ui..
tUtm 1114 lrvara, m be aud ium fur CAll, or to
Prompt Merchants on Time.
W ta'tfacturiot and bare lot aale le, 1,
k1 4 (altua bLettieai tur bsMita.- ( b.
(ar Cane. ivias,
bpra-fca No. tllet. atra-C
A FIR-T RATE kyxsM girl, abtt 1 yrmrs oU, as
- aliB4 u; w la. ihm ut Lar aV- hie
rawd la a ( d (.tail ia tbas coonty , at
wb to eeil aer t suaiaj imm ar or ta Uw cay. Cali
ao4 sm bar as site ta aot avt4 u aay LaH
l-tf a ILL. L. lioVP, J.
BOOKS 1XD STATIOAEUY.
7a saa ta aluauua mt M Mcbaata aa4 Tradara
I T geaeraily U er iarf aback vi
ScLool Books and SUUoarrj,
AT WTXQXX31LS AXD 7 AIL,
At pTKea wha:b caaaub taU 10 pteaa. Our Meek f
Is sJaa Urfe, bb4 .JJ setl at very
Ww praM to uses t ty aa aui fif ' lj
M ' P
Warn wU ! ta eatuiue bi mi mnf
S.A. aJItBAauacwl4rrasreau:bU 0w
ly Schauta. -
KTrrrrarxf a rf ass,
Jbf 1 T E &4e fubi -jr(aar . Kbba-ra
A CERTAIN CHANCE
A F O UT UJVE.
OWTNG to the determination of one of tbe partnort to
leave the city , and the others having more business
than they can attend to, we are bow offering tor sal
Omnibus Lines of Nashville,
Including Omnibusses, Mail and Baggage Wagons,
Horses, Harness, Arc. We do knom this to be a certain
cAance for some man or company of men to mute a
fortune. Tke btuineSM will fay from 60 to 100 per tent
prtM. There axe now 2 Kad roads running to the city,
each with twice dailv trains. Imring the coming tall
two others will be "in operation to the city, (the
Louisville and Nashville and Nashville and Henaer
on.) Also, good river navigation. No city can
boast of its nourishing condition more, or has brighter
prospects ahead tlutn Nashville. What we have said
in regard to the Omnibus business we know lobe to,
having been engaged in the business for seven or eight
years. Tin very easy. Good notes bearing interest,
cash, or good city property taken. Any uuformation
cheerfully given. Apply soon to
ti. H. SLAUGHTER k CO.,
aprT-tf Nashville, Tenn.
WE are now receiving our SPSIXO STOCK of
Fine and Cheap I'nglazed
All the newest and most fashionable styles aad pat
terns of I LA1N and
Decorative Paper Hangings,
Selected from tho largest Kaslern manufactories, and
priucipal Freuch aud English agencies, together with
lire Screen a,
Centre Pieces, Ac.
Terms Cash, for all Small Bills.
W. W FINN,
No. 2S Public square, corner Deader n. it St.
Mm- PAPER HANGING done in the best manner, by
competent workmen. mar31-lm
NF.GRO BOY, about 15 years old, accustomed to
house work. Apply to
L. V. BAbtK,
apr6-tf at l'lunters' iia.uk.
Notice to Tanners.
We Lave constantly on Land and for sale
GUEEN SALTED HIDES,
At No. 8 South Front street,
aprl-tr J. LOYLE a; CO.
sL;uies' Hat llocs.
FKESH supply of single and Tray Top Hat Boxes
2- l.trge and small B.z.-s, just received by
JOHN RAM AGE,
4J College street.
CHEAP rou CASH.
TO make room for new supplies, I will sell my re
maining stock of HEA I'J' BOOTS, SHuES AXD
IJMjGaXS. at coft for Cash. I have also various
kinds ..I LAOKS, MISSES and CHILDREXS wear,
at reduced prices. Call for cash bargains at 42 College
street, JoHN KAilAOE.
Hacks Hacks Hacks !
HORSES, BUGGIES, lUGCAGL CAES, it.
,13 .- W
VFl'I.L supply of ever thing ia the LITEST STA
HLE line ulnajsat the iert ice of c.i.zls Aiid
Miangeis. 1 ioh to tali tbpecii'. aiuuiioa vj v.f
preeei.t st.;k of
EXTRA FINE HACKS,
Which are the finest ever before offered here tr tbe
ri.lu.K c.inmii.u.ty ; and in cohiiuct.un w ith them 1 have
el' tratit ll.'is.t. and enceiienl drivers. Orders for
U;.i k, Ac., slioi'ld be lelt at u.y Stable, Juit bulow the
1'. u-t ilice,ou Church slreet.
apr;t-il M. S. COMBS.
HANSEN'S PIANO S.
"niIK subscriber respectfuliy mvites tbe aiunt'.on of
-a. tue pontic, ami 01 pair 11.1s. rs particularly, to tbe
si.jicrior I'rrmiun 1'iannt, Ianutacfjred by bim. A
splendid assortment coiiMai.lly on hand.
Our PianoM have received a Premium two years In
siiccesKion, ls.ii and 1S5T, at the Fairs of tho Ameri
can Institute, Crystal Palace, tu coir.pelit.on with most
ol ihe Ici.luiK niiiiiufie tur.TS of New York and Iios
t..n, mid are un.pje.iioiiall ot tUA be.t qialiiy of
tone, .'.ill, round and brilliant, as well as liuifh'and
durai.iiiiy, and we flatter ourselves, by the approval
of renow ued artisl.s, in veuturmi to say that our II
anos iHiid biipenur 10 mauy others, and e.pu.1 Ui any
Urand Piano iu regard t volume ol tone aud elaa'jcity
of touch, to in lulled witli the greatest brmuesd, which
is very rarely met with lu other 1'ial.os.
We recpei'tfiilly solicit an eiamiLalion from strap g
era and Irien u. n convince lUuinseives of the above
b.-t.. re purchasing elaetihere. AU our I'latma a. war
rai.l.d. II. HANrEN,
il.inuf.u turer of Piano Fortes, 100 Centre Mre. t,
apre :m NewVoik.
TIIK iartiieriiip heretolore exisbog between Wai
I.. I;..i n, Ji . , and Jc. W. I u ans, is t!i:s day ait
solved by iii.itual consent ai. J Will. L. Hivn. Jr ,aloue
is aullii.n.-d to settle the accounts ot Iloyd i Co.
J" iS. W. HAWS,
F. b. :, ILL. L- BoYI, Jr.
In ret.rim from the l.iif..i.et.n of lioTO 4 Co., I heart
ily ri-comii.cnd n.y late rtner o the public, as wor
thy in every retiat't of their cimSdeuce, and I ear
nel!y . licit for him a c uLL.uat:oii of tho liberal pa
tronaire hen-Lofore bc. toned.
Uiarl.'-tf 10 JtS. W. DAURS.
A Iile Trees.
LOT of choict Apple Trees Just to hand and for
sale by (lebln) 1!LNJ. F. MIUJJ'S.
MILLIAMSOX & CHEATHAM.
Brandies, AVincs and Liquors,
AND fiEALKRB IN
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,
XO. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
THE nndersitined would inform their friends and
the public generally, that Lhry hare associated
themselves uu.ler the lit 111 and style uf
WII.I.I AlNOX A. ClItATIIAn,
for the tiansactiou of a wholesale Liquor and Wine,
Havana t'ljiai a aud Tobacco itnauieas. llmvlijf deter
mined tit keep nothing in their Hue, exrept articles of
Ihe rt'RUtT ami saxr 0,1 airrr, and by giving proper at
trillion Ui business, they respectful:' soiM.lt a portion
of public patronage.
marSl-tf AltCHKK UltjlIHAll.
Jut received by
WIC moot earneMly call upon all prvei ln.(ebud
lu us, either by not. or uova. acco itt, u come
forward and pay t.p, as we m 'at Lve a:l of cur ac
count. c!.d. We dihl.ke to pt;lac of our f. .iiJ to
atiV eiiira cosn, but w.U be Ci.mt.'hed to do fc if UU
u.'Uc ia nut attended U.
aprT-U ha W. A. a J. O. WoClXliA-VD.
LEE &. CAIITEK,
Crnrral A;m!t and Colkclun,
.Va. 4 COMMERCE STSEEJ, MoXTGOMES I", A LA
nAVINM ample Storage, are prepared to rcil
and DM4i hberai AaLvm uu Coas goa.u wva
Farle, J iry Co , N. o. 'L. lUifiaaa, L , fVU.
Turin , d Co , M -b.le I .isusLm,(4 ,U.ujuo.
Joatah U . ris, L4-, Aluat ,U a-t k U.thiwa, lUi
g .ai. y. ton, 8. C.
Hall, al awos Kobrt, do iJoha ti. Winter, I , Co
Wnu, Ju J; Jt J uuus .lo1 luiabua, Ga.
J Cockua .Co.,N ok,jiiMW, Waatr-a a Co.,
Starrs Brothers, do. I Ja ll e. lata.
W a. u. Us.
marC-'m X. H. Caaisa. f
THE SMITHSO.'ilAX HOUSE,
BroaJvay, eorntr cl Hotast-a strMt, Sew Terk
1 1 "iii popular Hotel, coduil4 . ,
A ap-io Ui tr n.-aJ Fu, o- J ,
uta4 ui th sooM tKMity aad damx- 7 n't ,ia
tliM ortorui ue Uclr.'vu,., uaT- a
lug m .entered, autvwuiiy , the , n 1 mi
dti-nwcMi revukMua. titaraaena the rvtai lutsr
wrtU rearwea e(arjuiiuaa by lias BUH'M ia BBr
cunuauac f the hbral pairauage htm aiturt
bar harrt-a.a-e recxrwl. uga rwotaa fcltttu, "
ci.uand tluu pme aay. . pndus ruoou aad farsur
II t4M MW far mf. UmmiM MU at ail Boars aa4
a ardifrvd. la uaitn taa m a mm mt Uv eeui
SMtaad beat veatitataw Ml M mf,mm ta w OS tar
ceaaBaat, wBAiaut are.lM Waafwrawe U the troo
mm.bMt UaaAed taraogaout by sum's.
CHAhXCs M. aJUra, rrofrtaior
BAMCLX E- KtAi, Manager.
a AT TUm sabarrtJaerw Law Bnsinsai will be aeadoca
4 aa aaoal Ha Cicea are ia to HI aad at U
Kaaaan sLrect. AU aas tatrwasad ta h'm wUi a
ly silwaee ta.j "
tniuj- rt- rxnn,
' Ataaraey aad Coteaelb at Lav.
Pine Lumber. -
lltUUU Jw rMoat d ft twis by
Will leare a- Stubble from 1 to 22 inches High.
THE ABOVE CUT IS AX ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF TIIE
Manufactured by 31iller, Winate & Co., of Louisville, Kj as it will appear at
work ia tbe field. We hare one of tut-ae Machine Bet up ia complete Working Order
at our Store, to which we invite the attention of Farmers.
Price, including Neck Yoke, Double Trees, complete; $150.
M.ACEY &. HAMILTON, Agents, Nabhville, Tenn.
Patent Circular Saw Glimmer.
THE ONLY M. CHINE IN EXISTENCE FOR GUMMING CIRCULAR SAWS WlTn
out risk of INJURY to the Saw. Alw, Circular Saws of all aizet., iiom io to 60
inches. AleO, Saw Maudrela for all bizes of Saw e.
MACEY &. HAMILTON.
CUMMING-S PATENT HAY, STRAW AND CORNSTALK CUTTER, FOR EITHER
Hand or Horn; Power. Alfco, Sant'oid's and Sinclair's Straw Cuttera for nale y
MACEY & HAMILTON.
GUM BELTING, STEAM PACKING. CONDUCTING HOSE, HEMP AND COTTON
Packing. Lace Li'aitur. DUFOUU'S Lolling Cloth, Pages &. Child's Pateut Circular Sawe
Wove Wire for Rolling Screens, Sic., Sic, on hand ly '
MACEY Jt HAMILTON.
CORN FnELLERS. GRAIN CRADLES AND SNATHS, COTTON AND TODACCO nOES,
GRIFI IN S GENUINE Scathe Lladcs, aud all kinds of Edge Tool, on luind and for sale
.t the lowest prices. MACEY Si HAMILTON.
Building and House-keeping Hardware.
LOCKS. BUTTS, niNGES, EOLTS AND SCREWS. TARLE CUTLERY, PLATED FORKS
and Spoons, aud all other articles Ubed iu the building or Hoiise-kci pinj; liu..
' MACEY St HAMILTON,
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF SAWS, FINE P.RACES AND BITTS, COOK'S
ii. Patent and Siull's Aiisrurn, Pitts. IJorint; Machines, Morticiiis 3Iarhints
l lanes ul an aiuus. v,uiieia, I'lavnuy jvuivi-b,
MANUFACTURED BY JAMES SMITH; CO., OF PHILADELPHIA A COMPLETE
btock ou hand hj
WACKY at UAMUiTOX,
fipi li)-tf NaSHTILLE, TENNESsta.
Chancery Sale of Heal Estate.
SALE of Lot No. 24 (H.jr faring L"i) is ptnonvl un
ULSATlKIiAV, r.lh uIAj.nl.
aprU-ui C. D. BR1EN, C. a M.
Tbomas B. McEwci t als M Nnuce k Mall.--W rt ln,
ami N-uice MUuclC ol ais us. Ta. B. McLwrn tu;.
II pumuaare of a iteera of Ibe Oi iDct'ry Court ut
N'MhviUe.at its Soveruber Terru, li7, luthsalMire
c.as.e.I w.il fL'il iu ttia 1'utihc Biuarr, iu tLis city,
ontUblTTU DAY OF Al'RiL, Is b i'i tUo liijOirst lnJ
ilcr, on a creJil of one, lw. aul iIhh; )i'ais,Uil N .
12,23 anJ ID tUe iliva.i..ii of th WiWuu's Siring
property. On ote of th fie Low Wilson's 8 inj a
.toatad. C. I). WW- N. C. it U.,
marlO-td Cuaiicury Com t at Nbvillo.
Chancery Sale of Slaves.
George Z. Uism.ikes vt. Alexaailtr Williams and otlirrs.
IS pursuance of a decree of lu.a Court, at N'.vouibrr
itji m lbA7, in the above cause, 1 will Ui pub
lic s.e, ou ihe Itihlic tquan; m N.uLvill.',in SAlfH
VAl', the Ktli day of April, 1M, two Sjiv.-b, tl
pUnn, aed about 4 years, aorl Hill, aired ah.. Tit l'i
Years, allarlied aa the property or d.'I. l.'Ul.t, Alex.
.Willums, and t" be ld Ui pay Mrt a .l.-cre in Una
Court, a:uii.kt said tt itluimp, in f.ivr of I'm l r, Wayne
k tt'ebb. and ciwls, and ferondly to pay a d.-ciee In
favor of loiuplaiuaut Ihsinukes and cm-is.
C. 1. HKIKN, C. ti II.,
marie-Li Oimrery C.mrl at Nulivtlle.
CHANCE It Y
OF LOTS IS WtST MSnTILLE.
R. C. Mi-N airy aud 4liers t. C B. MrNair and oLUers.
IN pursuance of a d.-i-rt-e if tins Court in the above
cause, I will sell on the 1'ubiK-.-v-niare. ut Uiw city,
uu SATIKUAY, tiie lrt .lay of UA V, 1HM, the follow.
Ing Lota as laid dow n in tbe plan of Ue Weal Saab
v.i.e M' N.nrr pro)rty . to wit :
Lot N . J60, froi.iuii 6U feet on Inne street and run
ning back. ITU I. "el u. au a.Iry . L"l No. M, fronting
also to Inet on same street au J running back 170 let
to an alley. Lt N.. 37 ai.d 30, lying ou Ihrtama
Clreet and near the lUleman property U..-e Lu4 tola
are of Irregular abape. Lot i7y, fruiiU 64 fret, aud
Lot 3K0. fronts lill) foci or more.
Tt.KM3: 1, 2 aud S rears' credlt.wtth Interest .notes
well stcure.1. and ben's reuiued until the uirbaa
money is fully paid. V- H. HKU N , C. a M,
Bar27. Chancery Court at Naebnlle.
VICT0IU01S FOlt FA3IILY USE
" . . a "-. sv -m s -
If -4 1 .t ; ; ?
Opinion ot tU J udgt-a ef I Ise lata !
fhaulrs f air.
AT the laU? M. vLaaiic'a F:r, Lt-W lo th
Citr of Na."hvilU-, la Oviotw. the
Judgf apiHinti J tu examine ai liclcs in Cla
43 No. lf Grot-ir i luORg Swing Ma
chiiic: No. 164, 6inue KLT-ORT a.non
the PRINCIPAL poinu aud nx-riu of vhc two
rcAkhiae follows :
'X machine ax- Loth two-thr-aI machine,
that it, otiatr two eirat? thrrauo IT making
th sUtch; xbt t G0Tt A l)sKK a-Jnp thi
thrta-i fn.in COMMON bitAJUs WITH TWO
NLEDLlo ; aad that J tiiNor' otinf; oa
rtxKil aad oo needle, the other thrtad work
laj from a BOIiBLN'INCLOsLO w A SHUT
TLE, ad, la the cniuioo of tb eommiltee, ia
b-M adapted to FLNL CLOTHING, SA1
DLERV.lc The GKOVFK St ltAKEH aa the LEAST
COMPLICATLO -MACHINLUY, AND, OK
COURSE. EASIER MANAGED; adanu-re
f using spools without le-wlnd
ING ; aad, trita tbe axceptioa of toe eloth
In-r, aaddlt-ry, te, in the cjdaion of tb
Coiataittea U EEsT SUITED 10U FAMILY
ptr Tha trt of tLIa report iferrtBg to
tSa Singer Slachioa as beat ad.Hd to fia
Clotlii? waa iateaded to a UNDEHSTOD
BY TUE COMMITTEE aa b FOU MANU
PACTCKINO CLOTHING BY TAILORS,
IS WORK-SHOPS. ACL THE HAVE LS
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY. AC
AS3TXU1 tX WUrO-3ACSnnS COXTAXT.
SO. 4. riBUC tQCallE,
" ' XaahTtUa, Toaa.
- yaaaTla.Ta-.Aaaaarya.ttH if -'
A 51 aaiDwalllaicllaaaa far aJeI7
l TTTATTJ ta tVlraneid. aa ia Callalia Taraailia
, O Fee IvriMv MraaaAtara aptS aa
HcCALI, VANIEEE & CO.,
LMPORTEK3 AND DEALER IK
French, English, & American Hardware
GUNS AND CU1LERY,
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools; alto
Building and Railroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock,
XO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAR THE SQCARE,
e., uu uuun aim mr snie ai the l.iwrst rate
. 4 I ' I f. 11 . ( 1 my-w.
MACEY Si HAMILTON.
Star and A t; m:nluc
fl'iIIE nni'erh.g-iied continue the uuinufacture of their
L ccU-bratoU Caudles, of tbe uulerciil aiav-s, lour,
live, six and seven to the pouu.l.
All Warrantetl Tull AVeight.
CouKUiners will find it greatly to tUir Interest lo use
llu-se Cautllea in prurreuce to lliose tin.1 are Sold by
CuL'NT. Many (Vu.ilen iUm are really seven to tbe
Hund are branded and sold as sixea, muting a ilifT.T
euce nauiM tbu ciihuuier of livo .uiil lo tl;e box.
The variation usually made lu the price is Dot roor
iMnied lo ibis diuWuui'c, as the foilouu..; suiement
A box of Seven contain 247 Candles, and is Sold Tor
SO 'Mtnnus, wlm li iu llie ai-tuial weipbt.
A box of 14 ., or !.. .rt Veylit Sir-s," couuine
only 240 Candle, Mine iZo . the ocveiia, and is sold
I.T 40 pounds.
Kupimaiiig Uie price of the former to be 20 Cents
and the Utter IH r. uu, tbere will In- a riirn-rcuce ot ao
routs iu pi a;e and 7 t'audi.'s iu count -r box, .n favor
id the full weight Candle lo reLolera and coiisuuiers
and this w ill h mcruued Uvecanu ier box lor every
ceni advance in r m.
Those iutreid would do well to examine tbe sub
ject for Iboiuaelvoa.
l itoCTtiR k (7 AM ItU,
Uiarl7-;ni 4 West Si uud street.
So. 30, t rout Mreet,
u.ui.. .u..u.niaiii given loniiing or
i ders f..r Ut ,:, TIMOTHY ! ,urr ,
aeeis; CANM.r, NIAC. LaKIi k USf-UJI ,
ilU; 1UK, H11TUI, (OKHAI.K, and ai la.ica U
Linrinnau uanniacture and rro.luce generally.
MtT Purchases maile I or cab, and r.inpt cualora
ers, get ail the advantages of dmcounu aud low pricee
Jan. 14 U
To our Old Cmtomera & Friendt.
Ur c nave now locaLod ouraelvea at No. 11 Heada
rwk SlrM-l hMr m-. - . - . . . . .
., r ,, . ' " iirru u, mroiaa
llii'm ajiii .11 Itiiifi.. iir.i.i . ....... . ....
- mm i.i.nuj, w niaay.
Oin.and nines of all deernptioua u( tbe best quaiiUee
: Z1 ' " ",u cuewmg, a HQ s variety of
Uie best cigars. Our ueaires are to do everv thii.e la
later to tli. ub of our truna. Call, fentieiuca.
try for yourselves, as we are always at our tmet
..n.lik in. 1 . ...... n . . 1
' mm. rsui. a a: 4. a. MifcHT
racrrKt iu aiana xxd mui or
TATIOSAUV AID JPO II TABLE
Froza threa to twaatj horaa power; Circular
Gata and Unlay Saw Mill, compleU; Kami.
lXsot and Letter Praaaea; Looomotira and Crl
iadar Boilera, KachiniaU' Tool, Statua VTai
Uaa, Railroad Jack, ate., ate.
ri HEIR rVrlabte f'jiinee are eepecaUly adapted to
X pWntoOoa lasea; btiug ewaUy carried from an
Mint to wnW aud appued ia Cireebuir gram rn
auig cvuua, Ac, Ac, Ibey araauUtiag circular' aa
suuia, Uial rosuire one Loud k-sa than any other cirea
tar aaui nw u w. Tory are aellicg LUeir aiacbioe
r, ar .at SO srrceiiL trea tbaa laat year s priceau
""t """" l il-iurea aad ui U prwea
nay be Ul os aptua;u. u. Uawwa. ArKsimng a Co..
No. 6, aUi Let unri. lo tbe Company Agent,
C w. CAili", ai Umiumtai Hutel.
-r?i-V. Naauviuo. Teaa.
rfilC parln.r.L.p teretufore ctaoiof awwsa t&
A aubarnbers under Lbe atyleef MauuxMis ft
waa dawtdved by aiutual coeaanl, oa Uie iTUi Ul.
J. W. uaoa Waa purrltMd Lbe eutue letoreal mt
Alcz. )Uaoiii is mmti trm, asd will coeliaua LLo
bmaoeee aader tile own aawe. Ha la cbarfed wok
Uie pa saecl cd'aJK ta debts of tbe firm, add la aioaa
aaiawiawd lo iu tbe aaaao ot Lhe fi'ra in Uq jij.uoa.
la-tf J. W. WILMIN.
Dank of Xa&IuiHe DBildlng'
I " ILL real oar lUni.ng buuae for Ibe reuamdwe
Uuayear aad ts lJm, upua excoediagly favorable
teraka. Amf oareoa wabiug a Baaauig Jtuwao oatud
out mm Wtur ouMed, aut wita uuio expeas a cuuid
we snodeaa exceboal eavabUtbiucct for a retail laacy
More, a. apwy io
Apr 1-4 a
K. HOIiSON, rreaideat.
Naaavnia, sUrch to, IW.
T7Wa aad after the 1st of April, tbe r- Ofhre will
V oe ovoaed oa Smmrief at aaif oaad ti. N., and
tb. at A. M. lifH acaia at I. aad ctoew at t
P. at. Oa ell ether das toe SVo will oe opened J.
aaif paot ,o cock A. M.,oa eie-o at T) oMoci.V.
a, a. tL ANtlLK-oN, Ko.t atator.
Ml aaeeejof of ao Plreesers vt ike Twtmil ata.
V rte aad N Inaarawee Coaupany taa Uy,a dir.
dood mt dultare, fmt aaaro waa deciorwd.oad of LUO '
iwodta ml (b laoi d atoaUio, pajrabio ta Osafc a4 las of.
tt at a -,
ar-fw - . .- A.W1 l'Tjr.oc-e ,s