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THTTJESDAY MOENTITG, ........ MAY 6, 1858.
yff Attention ia directed to the adrertiie
raent of Carriages an 1 Uoekswaya, at New
York wholesale juice. Tbe circumstance
under which this sals takes place, insures
5?J-The injunction of the Ore philoso
pher, Sotliei e trwewi, know tbywrlf, w one oi
the. important le-RMins to lie studied aud li.-urn-ed
hj mankind. Great aitance rnny, un
questionably, t derived from the lectures and
private examinations of Prof. O. S. Fowler,
the former at dI Fellows' Hall every night,
and the latfcT at the City Hotel. Whatever
we may think of the doctrine of Phrenology,
it cannot be doubted that these lectures are
highly Interesting and instructive in roped
to physiology, which is a po-itive science, and
self-improvement.- We have bcu much pleased
with those we have heard of the course.
BtKSA Vista Spkixjs. in Logan county,
Ky.. will be opentti as usual, for the reception
of visitors on the fir day of June. This re
sort has an established reputation, as being
one of the most agrtA able places of the kind
in the country. Mr. Jkfkuie ir au fait in his
department, aud we know Mrs. IirmjKss to be
a most excellent and amiable lady, and most
admirably qualified to discharge all the du
ties appertaining to h-r position. Dui'iia Vis
ta is a place for hospitality, amusement, best
company, and the other requisites to the
hightrst enjoyment. It is of convenient access
Irom this city, stages running tri-weekly.
TnE Ql ERA. The Crvcn DvimomLt was well
rce"vedT tt liv'ht In addition to the excel
lent music, the acting of Mis-- PtRAxn and
Hodhok, and as for that inacr the whole corn
pan, was very fin-. The talents of Misses
D. aud II. simply dramatic artifftx are such
as to place them far ulove nv diocrity, the
diligent and appreciative olwrvT might
have verifinl this ia all the part jn-rformed
by them. Hut they do not app-.-ar as actress
es merely, and thin is incidental. The music
is their charm, aud iu this they arc entitled
to ttie highest commendation. The Bohemian
(,'irl will le presented for the last time this
evening, and we bespeak a crowded house.
Matiik idk. A terrible crime was recently
committed at Triest-. A young workman.
Mho maintained himself aud his mother by his
daily IttVW, gained so little they lived most
wretchedly. IJy dint of privations he, how
ever, saved up sufficient to purchase a ticket
in a lott.-ry. The drawing took place a few
days ago. and his ticket gained a prize of 10,
000 florins. Wild with joy the young mau
burri-d to his mother, informed her of bis
good fortune, and aked for the ticket. '-Alan,
my sou,' said she, sold it soin; time back."'
Without a word, t!i: young man drew his
knife ami stahlx d her until she fell dead at his
feet. 113 was arrested the same. day.
Xlie Spring Kalr.
Ti'ksiuy. May 1. Suhlk Stotk.
Ajfl StullwnJ. P.. Tallt and W. 15.
Wright. Wil-on county, premium.
Three yum old. J: L. Kirkpatrick, Wil-on
county, (Hub Ilatton.) pri iiiiuni; E. Patterson
and W.J. Arlington, c. rtilieate.
One year old. S. J. Kittrell, Wil-on county,
premiiiiii; J. D. Williamson, Wilson county,
Ttroytrr rltl. W. (toldston, Wilson comity,
premium; Cwiim fc Co., Wilson euuuty, cer
t tic a to.
Marks am Filly..
Three ymr oll. J. 11. Lester, Wilson coun
ty, (Mattie Duu;;lasi,) premium; W. T. Uulel
Tiro yttra old. I.. Virrett, Wilson county,
(Tennen-we Iteauty.) preiiiinm; J. 15. William
sou, Wilson count", cei tilicat".
One y?nr old. J. F. Ilarkreader, Wilson
county, premium; S. J. Kitirtll. Wilson coun
ty, (Julia Dean,) certificate.
Swklwg filly. Jas. C. Owen, premium.
lirst Hiding Cldtng. II. I!. Mitchell, Wilson
county. (J:w. II. Lw-t-r,) premium; Lucien
Temple, (Dr. McGavoek,) certiliiiate.
Riding Mart. Thus. Foblts. Wilson county,
premium; II. F. Owen, certificate.
Dl HII AM Catti.k.
Ated Biill. K. M. Patterson, preiiiinm; C.
I). II. Mcfiavock, cei tifieate.
One yctu- old Hull. K. U. Patterson, pre
Suckling Cirff. Ja. P. Johnson, preiiiinm
T. 15. Johnson, certilieate.
Cvics and Heifers. Ag' d cow, Ilenj. Harlan
Maui y county, premium; Hum. 15. Johnson
Three ictr old. T. 15. Johnson, premium.
Two year old. Denj. Ilai l.in, premium and
Suckling. K. II. Patterson, premium.
Deyons. Tolbert Fanning unl James C.
Owen, received all the premiums for Devotis,
theirs Uiug all the animals of thi( breed ex
frKcovn Day, May Int. Di.oon Stik'k.
Ajrd Stallion. . T. Noteu, Williamson
county, pr -mium; A. 15. Pratt, Williamsou
Three yean old. Dr. Shelby, premium and
Two ye.tr old. Win. G. Harding, premium,
One yctr old. " "
Aged J ire Win. Cr. Harding, premium;
B. . Cheatham, certificate.
Three yem old. Wm. II. Harding, premium,
7ico yen$ old. I'. A. Cartwright, (Mollie
Suckltng. Wm. (J. Harding, premium.
Fancy Mires in llirne.. 11 Breathe! t, pre-
inium; (i. 8hiM-man, ce rtilieate.
Carriage Horses auid Jack Stock will bo
IIousKd ami Milks. Thee vnlunUe ani
mals are subject to almost as many diwiws
and accident as human beings; anel thousands
are lost every ye ar, either for the wuut of
their owners knowing how to treat them, or
from using inferior articles. ThU is pevuliur
ly the ca-e in re-gunl to Mich discus- as spu
in, rpriughalt, h evil, ami all such disease
as arise from sprains, brui.Ms, hanieM gel!s.
Ac. All the se diseases are readily curable by
the Use of some penetrating liniment, u hich
is aborbed by tho pons of the (kin. anel at
once drives off the bail humors Ihut fcid and
keep up the disease. Among all tho Lini
ments ever inve nt, d, uune possess the en
trative anel ilinusive principle to such a de
gree m Dr. linAi;ei"a Amtic Li.mmknt. Pri-
prictora of omnibus routeet, livery stable s aud
canal lines, will find the Arctic Liniment au
invaluable remedy, peculiarly filled for their
For sale In Nashville, Tenn , by Dkkkt A
An agent wanted in every town and village.
Application thould je made to Bragg A Uur
rowes, St. Louis, Mo., ud must always be ac
compaidcd by good reference.
Tlte Great Holland Itemed r.
ButsaAVs'a Holulxo Urrnuts Perauun aubjnci to
aerveMU Of ar.k baaiWhe, will nud lu Uurrbave'a Hol
land Bitters a sur,aafe aud plnuuuit rsroody . It
aooliies tho Utreitehuig hrmd, corrucU ai'Hisy f Ui
lttoMae:b, aseiUU etifnuug, and crmu a huaitny ap
putite. It is, witboul diHjU, a ua4 4i li-hUut prrp
raiiua, aud MB effectual ruioody , Tb fact that K M
bow a very popular MUMiictna lbrtafuoett ait lha itol.
land ultlemanu ia Wiaoouaiu, Nw York, abebicaa,
Iluouia auJ Iudiaaa, n pooka a acb la ua favor, tit
I vartiaement ia auuLhc eiluma.
Steamboat & liber Hcius.
AJittlVAlJi. . :
May 4. City of Huntsville, Memphis. , -'
' Nashville, New Orleans."
5. Commerce, Carthage.
Win. Henry, do.
.- City of Huntsville, Memphis.
John Gault, Louitville.
The river was rising yesterday with 7 feet
water on the Shoals.
The B. M. HunyoH will be here to-morrow
and leave Friday afternoon fir St Louis.
Ureas Cure after the Fkyiclns Iiad
RivfKLMllLE, Ohio. Jan. 10, 18i5.
Dr. C. M. Jaclcam Umr Firi "We wemll inform
you that we) ar out ef Hneflniid's German Bilter,
which are very resaely (sale. One of ru Dfihbors baa
bwu Jfictoriut; Tor leemie time, (we thiulc about two
years, with all the dtetort in the country,) bat all tf no
amil. He looked nmcli like a elcad man going a-
bout a au tiling weiuin compare him to. Ilia diBcase
appeared to be an overfiouing 1 the gall. With hard
pcrsiutKieiii we irevailed ou him to try your Bitter,
with the premise to bim, if it did no geod, we would
charge him nothing for it, provided he took six bot
tlus atcordini? to the directions, which he lata done,
aud i now entirely cured, and has become a well man.
Thin cure ha created a great sale in the neighbor
EDWARPS ft BROWX.
Ask for Hoofland's German Bitters, and tuke noth
iug else. See that the signature of C. M. Jack. son is on'
thn wrapper ef each bottle. They are pre 1 red and
sold by Br. C. M. Jackson, No41S Arch street, Phila
delphia, and are sold by drupgista and store-keepers
in every town and village in the t'niteil States, Cana
da, West Indies, and South America, at 75 cents per
JpST- We wish to inform the public, that we
have just returned from the eat, with a beau
tiful stock of dress goeids, aud feel confident
we can offer inducements to purchasers, equal
to any other Merchants in the city. If prices
are au object, we are determined to sell as
cheap as the cheapest. We would call the at
tention of the ladies espe chilly to a hit of side
stripeel Berege anel Muslins, which we bought
unusually cheap and will sell the-m the; same
way. Also silks, ducals and all the different
kinds of dress goeids. Our stock of staple
goeeds is very complete, all of which we wish
to dispose of immediately ou terms most fa
vorable to purchasers. Call soon and ex
amine lor yourselve s.
L C. NICHOLSON A CO.,
aprtj-tf No. Tl Public Square.
ST. CLOUl HOTEL.
ARRIVALS LT TO 8 1'. M., WEHNESDAV, MAY 5th.
J.ih T Howell, eia,
J II tiouer M;s,
John M I'only, .M:f,
A M lK.ny , Columbia,
.Mi.-s I'oi ry , lo,
J l'i-..lter, eio,
Alex I' I.yon, Tiltslmrg,
W J Cameron, Jlo,
Alex Hoi wood, X C
M S ;:liner, AU.
S (' U: hardson, e'ii.eui,
Mrs M;iritiw, Miss,
W 11 V.tniv, Clarksvillc,
,s 1: ll 'iely, MurlreM-shoro,
K 1! 1V-1 U111I la-iv, Ala,
V V lUi r.s, 1'vxas,
B L K. U y a: Uuy. Uith-
Goo Kn!i-y, Uitherfurd,
J S Ui iii j , do,
A Karris, Mo,
W II Itl.iekiuore, c;allatin,
Mi x It.1l1ar.tson, Ky ,
S . 1 "orter and iaiy, Rua-
li 1 Crews wen, N 1 ,
C LCumphell, li'xiugton, Tlios W,t:iersKMu ft lady,
J K M.I1.I..V.-, do.
' .r 1111 (ui ,
J 1. Wrslbioek, Miss,
IIiu.h R iuslii-;i. Mi ni,
Wm It eiiaiit, Tenn,
.lull. IS U lilt -, Geo,
M.sx White, Geo,
Vni lioiiiielson, county,
S M 1 s, i"'-u t ,
li ll.'ieti'isoii, I'hila,
V W.illae e, MaVKVlllr,
J 1. IVaisi.il, N 1 ,
Mrs M R Kauntli reiy ft svt Jas l'ow ler, Tenn,
Clarksville. .1 A Wright, 'iVim,
i Wutsoii anil lady, Will- It .-lene-iT mel svt, Miss,
l.'iniHo rii, V II IVrkins, Va,
Mrti Higlilower, Wm 'son, Mi.-s i'l-rkiiis, Va,
MrsCurrin, !o, .1 K Ho'lili", AJ.i,
e-o Mason, e'oliimlna, John Iiimii'Isihi, Texa
T K .V.i s, Kv,
J 11 Vass, Miss,
e 1' lime, e.a,
V. S .Mt'Ciung, lluntsvillo,
It Martin, lenness.-e,
lr S It Allen. Ala.
T J K.iHiksuud lady, Wis- .lis M rxri ye, Tenn.
W K INiwiis, Aielersou.
.H1 VOUli eSL CiO.,
Book Sellers, llook-IJindcrs and
liLA.VK mm .IIAMFALTIUEUS,
Pio, 38 I iilou .street,
IeiR MAY, Just reci'ived and for aalo bv
upr'J JulIN Veiltlv ft Ce).
Magazines for May.
CODEY'S LAIiY S I.exiK;
EMLR.t AMI I'LTNAM'ri MAGAZINE;
K.n ived by JeiHN YORK ft CO.
Frank Lrslif's 3Ie!?iiziiif fiiitl Cazettf of
FASHION FOIt MAY. Rece ived by
aprUl J11IIN YORK ft IT).
LIKE AXIl TIMES OF AAUnN 111 RK Ity J. l arte.u.
FIFTEEN- YEARS AMeiNO THE M11UM0NS. l!y X. W.
MEMHIRS tlF S. P. I RIAT1S. 2 veils.
ROMANTIC rASSAUI lN .SejlTH WESTERN HISTORY
Ry A. II. ?l-i k.
FAVS IV HKaiKAI'IIY AMI CKITIIISM. Hy Peter
Kiyne, M. A.
THREE 1 1 A YS I N MKMl'lllS. By Ir. Max Uhle maun.
RlliES ANH REVERIES OF ESeil SMITH. V.y Martin
THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REAI'ER. Ry J. L.
For sale by CHAS. W. SMITH.
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DKALEIt IN
HATS, CAPS AM) LADIES FlUS,
o. 23 1'iibllr ejurr,
1VASU VI L.I,K, T1-.A MiSSKi:.
THE MAX ST V Li K
l 8 5 S .
SeiME desirable, newt and 'Iiok p ntyleie eif au
e 1 nun lt i l.i Is, of vaiioiiH colurs, now f
le bJT-ll Kil.lXCWH'S Hal Emie.rluru.
yrE lue t day our Sirui(; Stylo Mole-sklu HaL
V FKANClSCu, Fashionable llaiu r,
frb27-lf I'ublie fHjiutre.
For Kiiriiini; tlie Crystal Oil,
Conibininj Eeonomj aud Safety
Patrnt Eights for States aud Conntirs fur Suit.
flMIS ituNii ixul IiivviiIjoii lor rMlueiiK tin, rAmmt
X hk'bl lu tile W'irld is now i. rl.-r I. I mi I i ll r .l to
tho lul.Lc. Numberiesa i.lber utt. iniU bate tx-n
Uialc Ui ofodue V a che.ep ll.'lil, hut a err attended Hi
'M-h luheienl edijivtmn as to ileslr-y tlu ir utility and
ado4Hu lleit in Crystal Hi liuip, wblle it w tlie
e hi'avst; i both mje a.l ajimtl-U in every porill. .u,
ttiakluii a tinir, iraiiiiel bcUal tl.euitw.utii-ely triH
IriMii m4e or mUr. Ibere in uo danger from ejdi
aiem, but la frfn-tly uf uuder all e in nuwlaiuin 1 h
oil caa bo liM-d 111 any I'Lu r wiihont f ur of noiliaj Ux
nu est -uxiueuu. 1 li laui aie nmt arr.ii.niM and
vrleliy coeitroUbb' by the rbil.lieu aud eliu-stM a,
and ao ronstrM t-d thai I be l:k'til ran b van -J in m
inoinent Iroeu Ileal ! our l ei; liter n it leuly vr-li
nary Uuiii. While a ia frea IroUi Hh iltsaKreabUt
anieil aruniiK from tbo k.i'r-w.ti and the d i.k'sr at
leuding lieu ! of the burning llmd, it la found uho
ae'leutiile romjari"K t rlue
At much Light for ONE C; NT aa Keroaaa. will
for THRF.K CENTS, or Earning Fluid will
for BIX CEXTS,
Tli us hiui( Ova aiilha of Uia en lira amount now -(s'UUvU.or
tlite prua : Ilia Uino in about a niontti.
They ai ' a laiKi u all ailuabuns. Uktkiua tbo clMirt
aud uet d-airbW libl fur avery uu tbo Url
ball or cbun hua aa wvil aa fvlvala ilvcllui(; 1 1m
twU'iil uit Una iumu !r Ihc l.il-o-ol Sei-i and erwuu
turn thruiia Uout Um t Woo , w ru IU Hi liina mmhe tt(
liia trj U1 111, 1 U olb id to liia idjb'a , riouiu
a rara eiesr luulty lir nire tiaeita w araui lr lb. ut
arlt ra U'" ueMiojady of a trade ruin ely Irrnr from o(ia.
aas. a. Fac'iltUea ar eiua.-tl fur u, anaaulai tare
4 llHt tautw IU auett I1IUU1.UL4 Ut litry will t fura-
bid hi lii- purrltaxra of rtln lu any alyla, at atirh
a cut aa will tkU aa eUnxxt UH-ra4ulw itt. ftu-aa
rtrliu will bacluMwl el luietiwlatluly , aud Uia Luuua
aud eai etrlivrraal aa aa u.-ir-d. A au buui ur
uil will b aold to euiy bill xinbaf a of rta'Uts, all h-t
Wra Mtahiaa tlie rMiMit will a4 ta tw-tKAi. CiNimta-
HlraUtMia adJi id to tlw t r)atat OU lotp Lu." Si,
4 itcntuaht ttw, nrt t ix-umptly HKmlril to.
CrytUl Oil Lamp C-unpaaj, Ifa. Kerchaata
BerW, BtWtoa. apr-my-b)
' . . . v m mm s. J
TIIEKK will ba a murtuig ul u s4.aed.w af tbia
ioik haU at Uia lUuklua Mueeaa la NanbriUe, ua
tUa t Juua oatl, at Id eil k. A. M , (u into
eoaaideralMHi aa aft (auuanl at tba reMHit aeaut of th
tynrlisaturo of Una Mala, pruuualuf aa aaaaadat 4 to
tba chart of that fiaaa. Hy ardt-r of tba Btret.
FOR S!!!? SPUIXC
a-t4 U LA.Ui, taalirr.
Rock City Mills.
J". E. UAtldAIV Sc Co Proprietor.
JE. K A CM AN A CO., Manufacturera ut ROCK. CITY
. FLOLR, will pay the highest prie at all tiraesa,
for Wheat and Corn, ut their Mills, corner of Line aud
Cherry streets., Nashville, Tenn.
RETAIL PE1CE OF FLOUS
From and after Una elate, until further notice tbo
Extra Family Flour. .$2 2ft
Fine Bran 50
Mixed I Iran " 50
Corn Meal 5Uc f bushel.
Fine Flour 1 75
Middhuga 1 25
All articles w.ld by the
underaigneel deliverable at
any place in the city free of charge. When selling by
the quantity, UUcir rate of discount ia 10 per cent from
reuil prices. J. E. BAl'MAN it CO.
The Crystal Oil Lamp.
Fatkvt F.IeiiiTM. Almost with precise regularity , at
the f xpirrtion of certain jierieds, we eae some valua
ble patent otTered to the public nut of whiVh forluuca
are nude as if by magic. In Uie l'atent of the Crystal Oil
Lamp, we recognize one of this claro, and are antici
pating the reaping of rich liarvefta by hundred! of
enterprising merchants Uireieighout tlie Union. It is a
great and worthy invention great because it ao far
excels every other invention for the production of a
cheap light, and especially worthy as an economical
substitute for the dirty and disagreeable smelling oils
and dangerous Quids now in use. It has no parallel
for usefulness among the long livts of patents granted
for years because it reucbeia and benefits the masse,
blessing alike all mankind, the poor as well nr the rich;
for notwithstanding its superiority to, and manifold
advantages eiver every other for ralcty and cleanliness,
this beautiful light cofOstoburn but about one sixth as
much as many others, thereby making a saving of
five-sixths of the entire cost, or in reality saving five
dollars out of every Bix dollars now exjieiieiejel. Vie
hear tlie in ventors intend to disiis eif the itU nl rights
for the State's and Territories ef the Union; if so, pre
senting a gejlden opportunity for investment, and un
doubtedly many now possessing their few hundreds
will soon boast of their thousands as the result of it.
It is indeed a rare chance, either for the small trader
or heavy merchant, to acquire the Control of a healthy
permanent trade, yielding a greater prolit In a few
months llian any ordinary business would in a long
series of years. While we heartily condemn the ma
ny worthless patents tillered to the public, we are
pleased to commend to the world a realiU entirely
worthy their confidence. HutUm Journal, April Find.
We think is hardly known even to tlie most in
telligent of our rca.leis, how deep some of the scien
ces are looking down into the mysteries of creation.
We knew there were wonderful discoveries iu these
times, and woudertul iiHes made of lhem, but did not
know theCheuiiKts were imitating in their crucible-sand
even surpassing the most wonderful productions of or
ganic lite. During our visit to Lowell we were intro
duced by one eif their prominent citizens to the labor
atory ef I)r. Ayer, (iuvcubir of Cherry Pectoral ami
Cathartic Pills,) where we were shown with generous
frankness Ins processes and his products. This ui.is--tur
genius of his art is manufacturing the subtle essen
ces of flowers from tar and other vi'getable substances.
His essence of I'ine Apple, Strawberry ,Chcckei berry ,
Quince, Ptrar, Canella, Cinnamon, ,Vc, not only equal
but they exceed in purity ef flavor, those vegetables
theimelves. His oil eif Winter-green is purer and eif
better flavor th-ut any Ueal can be gathered from Ihe
plant eiud yet is made by chemical comjiosiiioii from
the! Hydro-carbons in tar! His pris'ess is, to unalyze
the Hithstane;e and find the exact ultimate atoms of
which it is made, then recuinpose tliem in the same
proortioi.8 whioh exist in nature Cluriitian Advo
cate. Nave your Ilornea.
'Wo tiku great pleasure iu rccoiiimending the Mex
ican Mustang Liniment as a valuable aud ni.iisciiFa
ble article for Kprains, Sore s, Scratches or tialis on
Horse's. Our men have used it for severe Hums,
Bruises, S.res, Sutr Joints and Hheumatie; Pains, and
all say it acts like magic. We use: no other liniment.
J. W. HEWITT,
Foreman for Ajm-rican, Harnd- n & Wells', Fargo .V
Cel. 's Express."
(Gentlemen: 'i ha B neeiro man worlh $l,'2i)0 who
took cold from a bad hurt, mil was useless lor over
emu year; 1 had used everything 1 e-onld hear of with
out benefit, until I tried the Mustang Liniment. It has
perfectly cureJ him, and I can now take the above
price fur linu. Respectfully yours,
Every Planter, Tevmster and Family should have
this invaluable article. Sold by all respectable deal
ers every where. Hewaru eif uny oilier "Bragg -s Lin
iment." It is a base imitation.
BARNES k PARK, Proprietors,
may (5-1 mw .Yneo luii.
. Tlte "i:Hxlr,"
Prepared by Dr.JAS WILLIAMS, for the cure of DVS
PEI'SY, and nothing but l'YSrEl"SY, (:is advertised iu
another column,) has, by its own merits, obtained for
itself so high a reuuLitiou in Philadelphia, that Pliyai
cians acquainted with its properties, are using iltli.-ni-selves
and prescribing it to their patients, convinced,
by observation, of iu great ellicacy iu rest-wing the
disordered eligeslive 01 guns to a healthy function. Nu
merous cases of llyri,iepsy , of the most aggravated
character, which were ubaudoned as incurable by
sonic of the Medical Faculty, have, by the use of this
Elixir, been restored to pes-fect health, as attested cer
tificates testify, aprl-ly
Wi would juirliciilurly call the attntiim eif
our re'iieleq-s to a retneely kiinwti ns McLeaa'te
Strtiijrthi?iiin Curelial uuel Iiloixl I'lirilier.
It i.s ce-rtainly a riiluuhle rt-uutly. Wei thTe?-f-'re
n:iy te all, call at the agent's, anel test
fir yours. lvesi its; intrinsic tnerils. It is eh?
lieious to take. Yc ask our huly retuler.s to
try it. Sue the ailverric'fii":it in atmther
culuinn. April 20 2w.
Wanted immediately, 10,000
men to enuatte lu Ihe sale id' the most
I. I Hilar selling Itooks in America. Invalids, mechau
K s, lanuer and tiacleer, wishing to travel, will Uud
this a very prolitable and pleasant business, enabling;
tliem to see tho Coventry aud make money at the same
t inc. .tents now lu the business ure cleanup from
f jiH) to l,o KI per year. For lull jwrticiilurs, and a
listed' IhMik, address It. M. Kl'LIStiN , y.ieeu City,
I'nlilisliitie lUise, 141 Main street, ('ineuiniili, Ohio; or
I f liviUjf East, II. RI EISON-, Philadelphia. Pa
Sept. 21 I y
To JVerrvoua uucrera.
A retired Ueutlemau liaviu beeu restored to health
iu a lew days, alter mauy years of nervous tsuilornig
w ill seud (free) to assist others, a copy of the prescrip
tion aud a aupply of tho remedy, em receiving a
btaniH'd euvelope bearing thee uppllcaut's address. IH
reel the Itvv. Jouje il. I'..aix, 186 Fulton street,
UroeLt u,N. Y. api lU-tri-w a
IlAiNK OF C03IMEKC.K.
Nasiivilik, Tenn., Jan. 13, 1H58.
I will give R5 cents e.u the dollar for Eawreuccburg
money ; aud other uncurreut money at tlie market
price. 1 wish to purchase liK),ei00 of Tennessee Stale
Bonds to till an order, and will (five the highest market
priee for ljuid War ran U to any amount.
fault U JNei. p. JAMES.
Wrua, Hiint-KK k Co. inform the lovers e,f Sexla Wa
l T that the-y have reci'ived and have now ill operation
tine of the N a bol's celebrated Ssla Fouuts, au entirely
now iaunt, and tho inoal t oiiudele on of tbo kind ci
ant. Their a.-ejort.uout of s rujia ut mferKir to none
a thj city. ' aprli
JTT7 ' Witua' Htmu Jnurnal al verUses circulars
furoished gratia expUiuini: thercaaoiia why It re'quirra
a (teiilleinan of "accomplished me, liaiorul genius" U
rH-rjle a Wheeler and Wllxon'i Sewing machine, and
why o many "excellent house keeper" cau not do
jSe For tint Pocket and Table Cutlery
call on Me-CAix, V'am.kku t Co.
t.A.lultETII ; All Diet HICK on.
JLT roceii and o)ior.t a Ui ( ink ( LandrMh'a
liardea reU, warraulal Iraatt; cvent-iiu ut the
iKUal vsrirtiea brought U tliia auirket, to l.n u aa
Wwteld Call Um atUnUod of (aui.lvrs all 1 l.ardouera.
JU. li. hKiiW.V,
janjevjf So. 43 lrfe Strcwt
Naxittiia. March CO, li-.
rltOM aaet afW tKa lat u Afrit, tlx pt 1ik.a will
II . . . . . . . , . . 1 1
& H. ANt'UtaUN, JVt MaaW.
rpitK rtusrhlp txUug brtwaea R. lUNTFR 4
X UEe. ilimX, uader Wia at) la of H. LiKil H
f'., la Una day duaulved. H. Lantrf haemia rirrltaa.
ad (hm, aliacU'aaaura MtMral la the fata Irm.feakiaa
MiUioriaaa ta aatua up the aaiua, H. EAKlr ft.
aUr. ih, m ' CUi. MIJ4J
t f RefarrtBC to the abava aotica, 1 Uka grttt
piuaaetra aa rt waoaJ 10 1 ta asy frmead my Uta aav
a:aua m OaaUKaia, Mr. b. I nsr, aa a f '"laia
esry way (Hirttiy u ifcaaT temliaa4 pauwumf.
L w Vymi w oMiini pu m. w, "
at W A. M. UtMia attawi at t P. it. ab4 ckni at 1
'. it. Im all alter day Uia e0k ut ba uica4 al
..If past , aVturlc A. M.. and n.m at T W o rk.-k, f .
W O ... 1 . . . 1
". T i 0 Congreaaloit!. G J 0 V
Wmnrvnrv V CrKlTB A KZnCIU of
Democratic- Senators agreed to give general
appropriation bills preference over others.
Mr. Sewarefa resolutioa paying the widow
of Capt Ilerndoa three years full pay, $ 7,
500, passed by 32 against 8. '
r istimj bounty an am were tasen up.
The Minnesota bill was postponed till to
House Mr. Clingman reported a French
Spejliatiou bill, Uiug a copy of that vetoed by
Mr. rierce. uonwaenuiou poMpoueu uu iu
firf-t Monday in January next, by 66 against
trneerh in favor of the
abrogation of the Clay tou-Bulwer Treaty, lie
H.innnnPKil Cnut UriLiiiii for incotigteuc v aud
enslaving other races while suppressing the
African slave trade.
The II mi w went into comnuttee of tne
whole ou the appropriation bilL
Locisville. May 5. The river is rising,
with 1 feet water in the canal.
Di'bitqce, May 5. River stationary with 12
feet water on the bar.
St. Loum. May 5. The river has risen 16
inches iu the last 24 hours and still rising
New York. Mav 5. The Time pays that an
ODeu rupture ttxik place between the Presi
dent and Senator Pugh respecting the Ohio
Matthew Johnson in appointed Marshal of
Northern Ohio iu place of Fiteb.
The steamer Cahawba has arrived with Ha
vana dates of the 30th.
Lord Otway, the British Minister to Mexi
co, had arrived en route to Vera Cruz.
Santa Anna was at St. Thomas.
itlarketa by Telegraph.
New Okeeaxs, May 5. Cotton Sales
1G,000 bales, firm, 11J11. Sugar 6A7.
Wheat 90$1 10. Mess Pork held at $18 50.
Freigbjs unchanged. Ship masters demand
New York, May 5. Cotton quiet, sales 1,
000 bales; Flour heavy, advanced 5 cents;
Wheat, white Southern $1 2t)il 30; Corn,
white )9(al73, yellow TS(aj7o; Me8 Pork S18
'J5(ti$lS 50: Bacon, shoulders 63(g;6; Lard
lllfJUl-f; Whisky 20J21; Sugar, Muscova
do, i(rej5 ; (Joll't.-e qiuet.
Cincinnati, May 5. Flour $3 70$4 00;
Wiiiskv Hi; Provisions dull; Sieles deliverable
iu June 9(:9J, bulk 8; Lard 1011, Keg
12; Linsee d (J4(oGC.
lleavy t-howers to day.
THE artnership heri'totore exUtiuK between AViu
1 IJiVii, Jr., and JoH. V. Iuhus, is tins day dis
solved by mutual consent and Will. L. Beivp, jr., alone
is authorized to settle the accounts of Boyd & Co.
je)3. W HAIiUS,
Fe b. 26, 1SSS. WILL. L. BUV1, jr.
In retiring from the business of Boyd & Co., I heart
ily recumiiieud my lute partner to the public, as wor
thy in every resiect of their confidence, and I ear
nestly solicit for htm a continuation of the liberal pa
tronace heretofore bestowed.
niarlu-tr tau JOS. W. I) A BBS.
fTMIE partiiershi heretofore existing between the
J. subscribers under the sty le of XLuckknzik & Wil
son was dissolved by mutual consent, ou the' 27th ult.
J. W. Wnxix has purchased the entire interest o'
Aikx. Mai kk.vzik iu said lirm, and will coutiuue the
business uuder his own name. lie is charted w ith
the payment of uli he debts of the flrin, and is alona
authorized to use tile name of the linn iu liquidation
marlO-tf J. V. W1LMJN.
D1SSO ltj TIOX.
rTWE partnership hereLofore existing under the style
JL and llrniol CI.IFleiN & AHIte flT, was i!issolved on
i his eth ir.st., by mutual consent, tei lake effect on tho
"nd of February, IKd. The business will be continu
ed by CLlFTeiN, ALPdUMlT Je "()., of Plnladelphta.
Ail s isous iii.lehted to the lute firm, previous to the
Jil of February, 1K5S, will please call immediately (at
tlte edit stand, No. 15 Cedar street.) and settle with
eiso. B. Anne itt, who is fully authorized to collect aud
receipt for the same.
Iu i curing from the firm of Curnffl k Abwtt, I take
cre.it pleasure in lecoiiinieniillin to tho palronace eif
my li lends, Messrs. I'iji-to.n, A luhioht ft Co., as gentle
U'eii worthy nt coniulence, aud solicit for them a con
tinuance ed past favors.
aprlvi-tf tiEO. B. ABBOTT.
Fresh Arrivals. -
SNYDER & FItlZZEL L,
A HE now opeuinp a ehoic and well selected stock
of UOeiTb aud MIOES, suitable to Itie season, and
at prices to corresnud wilb Uie tunes. Coudialuig iu
event's flue Calf Boots and Caiterg;
do l atent Ix-ather Haiters, Oxford Tieg;
do I air Oxford Ti'-s and lasting do;
do e l.. Hi and Lasting u iters;
do fair and I'atent Leather Mrap Shoes. ;
Ij.lies' Gaiters, plain, with and without heels;
do Slippe-rs, do do
do Fine Toilet Slippers;
do Fine Wliile Kid aud Satin Slipper;
eio lo do Gaiters;
do Kid Buskins, with and without heels
Missiti' e.uiiers and Hipper, with and w ithout beebe ;
do Kid Boots, with and without heels;
fhiidre'u'a ."-hoes of every variety;
Boys' and Youths' rihoesol every variety.
Ot the above we have sninetuinK very nice for MAY
IAV. Also Servants' Shoes and l eaned Work ot all
kiuela. fall at No. 21 i'ublic Square.
S.W1-EH ii FKIZZEIX,
ajiniao 21 pubic Square.
IVliR Iho balance of the present year, a good, active
yellow lu.y , aliout lonrteen years of age. Teinis
reasouuble. Apply at 111 s office,
Siicltoa's lilarble Works!
fliure h street, next door to Cornelius a Cabinet-shop,
'IIIF. ilinlers, piled would inform his li lends
J. and the public Reuerall that be w 111 con
tinue tho 11 .IK III. K BI SINES6 in this city, at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet
sbo, on Church Street, and culls ausuuon to
lite slock of
Tlarble ,TIoiininrnt, Tomb, ftc,,
A im h he has on exhibition and lor aalc, embracing a
preut variety, lluished in the inout sujierb manner.
He ue prcimred to manulae-ture em tho shoi t.t notice,
ill a r b I e JTI a n t e I a ; aud every description td
lurblo Work, of Hie ueiest Americau aud Ital
ian Mai Ms. 11 is work w ill, aa heretofore, be war
ranted, aud hue prices to suit Ihe tunes.
ju9 if M. L. SIIELTOX.
Tlie Superb 31organ Horse,
rr-HIS first class American trotter will make
X Uie III st t'asou in Teuneasie, at tho Tvm)
taint e.f Mr. T. FanuiUK, Uear Nashville, u-r- It a IS
fiiiuntititf July tin) lath, ISoS, at TwkxtT ri Iiuuias
the season, with the privilege id returning marc , that
prove not ill foal, the ae-cond anasaui. H.i is, perhM,
the only cenuiue Morgan horai', b.HI by air aud dain,
in ihe se.il.., is a ricb buy, of Uie largest aixa o the
breed, was never eui a regular course, but trotted at
several Fairs in lhaT, under .':50,and waa awarded ev.
ery priau lroni the State Fair at Montpelier to the Cn
u etieul river Valley Miow. We refer, with great con
fidence, to all gsiullcmeu w ho hare examined him, and
believe we are otTerlng to the breeders ot Tsnuesaea
the services ( f as g.Kst a roadster as can be found
North or :iut. Kvrry auenuou will be given to utarea
front a distance at the lowest prices.
Iu our abseuee Mr. t.Ltseow or Mr. 8tanly, both
gissi horscuien, will have Uie eve of this uoble anj
Address, E. K. JEXXINIW k W. g. CARTER,
Amenta, and rt awbera,
Nashville nr Frankhu UolUieo, Teaaeaaea.
I. S. We have also broeigbt oat with us, ftsr aak,
four uaiaal Morgan luares aud a aupenur Htaluoo colt,
to wliirb we respectfully invito atleution.
THE SOUTIIERxV CITIZEN
13 published at Knoxville, Tennessee, by JOHX
MI1X1IU. ll. i. SWAN', at il per annum, or
II for six luuiiths, iayable lu variably in advance.
Mr. MirciiKL Uaviut; commenced in the 'Jftti naen
hr eif Uie uper, a s.'riea of Letters addressed to tba
llu. Auxxai. H. Mtrukjis, of lia., wh;l, wUea
cooiptebrd, will furnish au vulire history of
THE IRISH TROUBLES OF 1818,
WtTH THKia CAt'SBS At e INfk3(
The Shimmui fimu will be lha ni.ire aeUretin to
bolU American and Irish reuleia. Beasts Uinsculi
ir.h iieifcs iroeu Mr. Mucliel, the s ktm m frruuta will
contttiue Ui have its uaual quantity ot origiuai uimVmt
ujsiu poiit-n and literary aubjex u prepared by bun.
ThecncuiaUoa, though large aud rousiaatty UMTsaa
mg, :m l'roprictots Lave thought wdl be much mora
extended by an ai.nonocrmeei in this form.
l.MiuuubS als.ejs a ieU remituiicoe stay be addmanset
to Mmiiaf'Wii,Kuuxvil!e,T.uu.,orlaay ot Uui
. ii. t .M-sTxtiv k fit. , Charleston, South Carolina.
1 UoaA. U. O'CoMaat, havaaaab, tw(a.
J C. UHiHA, Sew Orluana, 1'HiuOana.
Jiaue A. t.eTav, Ktcbntood, Virginia. r '
AtxxirMka Anmt, w ashing CMjr.
TiitXMia a Ttaaaa, f'tuesiauaU.Obiu.
F. L iUaanr, llu 1 uitoa Mrart, Sew York.
! It. Ooaraxx, S3 lonplua Street, Mobile, Ala.
Hn. H. tut a, Maaotue BuHdiua, Muutgomerr.
Kuss Torcav, lil Xaima Stse, New TeirS, tap.
ply UtaWa tmly upon favorable terma.
J even Meiiixx, I.t Kearney tHxeet.naa Frass-bsre.
Ouba of tea wiU b ao4M4 wnJi ua paar
ftf ' apersn.
Teiitirse I!ontlt for Sale.
I WILL sll Forty Caatai Uuea.ta apua very bvor
bat threats. . i. liultsiuN, i rcasieut.
UnHcd Stales Tjpc Foundry,
, t avp miUMiy rrRorr, ,
rrUE aabarribera ara ptet, aired iu faraadi y aa mt ar
X ry y S3 aad aeae.Mt aouetl tar Urga aaatittva,
tad froiji LUa beat "baei attftaj," fur etaUwr rata tar
aptnva4 jiapor. - - -- ,
Ttaiy aUu biraish l 9tAt tvery article r" nrry
for a ctNMpaseat asrtatsttg oow. ' .
A aet apKtMMtti einiiai prtnU&f tr)s - bamg
a awloctaoti ut face trota tb-rir t)uu d.Uuti M a
rtstdy fur etehvery.
Tta lypa aa attKh thia atxper M trtolasi hi from tba
IU eUtawaaa iUMXi LUX LA tt
UAILY PATRIOT OFF1CB,
t . . . .-'-. Naaavntx, May 0, 1858. J
Businesa during the week ending laet eTn
ing was dull in all its "department; and ia
likely to grow more and more dull aa the
season progresses. i
The river continues in good navigable con
dition, and our steamers are fast carry
ing off all the surplus products left in the
country. ,' ...
COTT0X- The receipts are light, but lit
tle remaining on the plantations to come in.
There are iu our warehouses about 3.500
bales, awaiting better prices. The sales dur
ing the week have been light. Yesterday
about 100 bales were sold, of which 61 were
put up at auction aud brought e?Jllc per
per lb.: the balance at private sale at 9(S;10c.
The news from Europe yesterday was encour
aging again, and we doubt not cotton will
get the advantage of it.
TOBACCO. Market tolerably brisk. Sales
tae past two days at Fisher, Whjsless & Co's ,
Of 23 hhds. at 7 00, 7 83. 8 05, 8 75, 8 50,
8 05, 8 50, 7 45, 5 15, 7 10, 7 50, 7 40, 7 70.
5 65, 5 80, 5 65: 5 50, 8 20, 8 50, 8 20, 6 00;
aud 32 bhda. at A. Hamilton's at 7 80, 8 05,
6 80, 6 40. 4 75, 7 65, 7 15, 5 75, 5 50, 9 60,
5 50, 9 15, 5 25, 8 50, 8 80, 6 95, 5 70, 5 75,
5 65,5 65,5 70,5 85,7 75,7 35,7 10,7 80,
8 75, 8 25, 6 95, 6 55, 6 75, 4 70.
BACON. The demand continues steady
aad receipts Tully equal to it. We quote
hog round at 88Jc fi.; shoulders 6Jc;
bams 7 1 ; clear sides 10c.
LARD. Is in active demand at 99Jc
8j acording to the quality and package.
GROCERIES. Market dull, no change in
FLOUR. Steady at the quotations in our
B0L1 AM) BITTERS
fill CELEBKATEI HOLLAND RKMEDT 10
DISEASE OF THE KID.ET8,
LIVER CO M3 LA I NX,
WEAKNESS OF ANT KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various affections consequent njiun a r
Stomacli or Laiver,
Such as Indigestion, Aridity of the Stomach, Cliolic
Pains, Heartburn, Loss of Apietib9, llespeindency,
Costiveuess. Blind and lilwdin Piles. In all Ner
vous Kheuinatic. and Neuralgic All'ections, it lias, in
numerous insttue-es, proved highly beneficial, and in
others efU-cted a dewided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on
strii lly ' lent i lie principles, afu-i Uie uiau.i. i 01 to.
celebrated Holland professor, itoe-rhave. Ileiause of
its great success in most of tlie Luropeun Mates, it
uilresiuctiein into the I'd: ted St.ites was intended mor
especially for Uiose of imr fatherland scattered her
aud there over the face eif this mighty country.
Meeting with great success among tliem, now olio
it to Uie American public, knowing that its truly wou
derful medicinal virtues must be aekriow ledged.
It is particularly recommended to those erson
whose constitutions may have been iiuaii'ed by th
continuous use eif ardent spirits, or other forms of dis
sipation. generally instantaneous in ellee t. il finds iu
wav directly to tlie neat eif life, thrilling and quicken
ing every nerve, raising up the drixipuig spirit, aud,
in fact, utilising new ncaitu ami vigor in me system.
NOTlfK Whoever expects to tl ud this a bevera
will be riisapiMiiiited; bet to the sick, the weak a
low Ff.li ited it w ill trove a grateful aromatic cordial
possessed of singular remedial proerUea.
Tlie great popularity of this delightful Aroma ba
Indiue.l many luiitaiious, which Uie public ghoul
guard against purchasing. Be not iwrsuaded to bu
anything else until you bare given Iloerhave's lio
hind Hitters a fair trial. One bottle will convnn e yo
bow inllniudy superior it is to all Uiese iinitatious.
jgXjT tsj'd at $1 per bottle, or six lxules for (5,
THE SOLE I'Koi'KIETOR,
ItUXJAlI PAGE, Jr., A CO.,
Manufacturing rharuiaceuLsls and Cheuusm,
Sold by Druggists generally throughout Uie I'uitott
Stales aud Canadas.
JJ- Sedd ill Nashville bv
EWIN, 1'ENM.EIOV : OI., Wholesale Ag'W
w. w. liMtiti a: i'luuulu.,
Ir. A. H. KoSfoE,
Jo. G. BR HVN,
MJIUVI1JJC & I1EU.,
G. W. IIENHKR.-HU1T,
Dr. T. WELLS,
W FU.s, Hue (PER CO ,
And by Druggists generally throughout the State,
AMOKLII) sensibility ef the sUanach and beiwels,
atieuded Willi obvious diseirder of the digestive
Ilpsy and its attendant ills, such aa
Vertvo, 1'imnrft of Si;ht,
7W e'y of the .emius tiytlem,
lJntt tf Apfidite,
WaJing the Strength.
tUUulenee, with frequrnt belching of teniff,
Vomtiiiatum ami vne-vtinea of the howelt,
Hunting Mentation at the yit of the Stomach,
l.ierr (bst;aVltaif ,
Vpprettiim after eating,
J alpxXati'm of the Heart,
I'ain in the pit of the Stomach, or toward the right
&rttmmM of V-omptrritm,
lirvredtitm of tpiriu ami irratil UUm of tmper. eft.
Have, In many cases, detled the skill, heretofore oi the
best medial prariitionere iu the world, and many cases
nave oeen aoanaonea as mcurauie.
lir. J. WIIJJAMS, Chemist and I'lisramacentist, offer
dudyinKclofcly Uie prae lice of I 'is. Abernatlty and J.
lohuston, Eiigtaud, aud observing the nature of Uie
iL-eease in all its stages, during a sojourn in the southern
and western portions of the I n. ted Stales, w here it
nrevaua to a greater extent man elsewuere, procured
Trom South America, certain rU and herbs, from
whs b he prepared au "Elixir," which, after eighteen
years' use lu private peactice, has proved 't-wll more
eflleacious in the cure of Dysr-epsv, Uianany medicine
that has ever been preparex! in any age or ly clime
lor ue name purr"..
Having siihimited M, with aa explanation of iu com
pements. to a number of Fhysiciana of ftnla leltdiia. a
mong whom twltii tela lira. Joetetdi Hart -home and
J. C Morton, tt haa received their entire ap.-roval, and
many of the Medical Faculty are now not ouiy prescri
bing it for their poueuls, but are using it Uieiuaelve
eraHially, and In tbeir famUtea. Aa a Ionic, it at uuo
quailed, aud as proiertlea are of ao invigorating a ua
lure, that It la given with perfect safety aud suet-ess to
uie uaaast tender Inlanta.
The "Elixir" ia very gradual, but certain la ttstc
ttisa ai-oa the orzana ot d igaLHci . tUe itacreaaed ae-
crtMauttaof uie liver, paitcreaaand ma :ua tueuibraue taf
Ian atouuu b,aud requires Uiat only una duae be take a
In twenty lour hours ; for con nrtued Dy s-rpy , can oci ly
lea cured by oradmaiif reataaring the organa eaf durea
teou to a healthy stat-. The great s.icceaa met wilb Ml
curtus the must aggravabHl cases ot ii) spepsy , aorato
pauia! aoutetiuiea with a high grade o by potlotiadrwav
aes, haa established the luost onlxunded couutWnee in
Uta curauvs Toperlea taf una "Elixir:'' ut ourrobortv
tlon of whu li.read the follow lug tratimooials'
ATTESTATION. We having ueod Williams' "An ti
Dyaiieptic Elutir" with Uae ntiaet perfect aataaf.trtton and
auorove, take gree.1 pleasure in rerofiimeo.ln.g it to all
p;nHiua sutler tug wait lys-ofy, aa we are fully omi
viitced of its most rsUmabie qualitsra la reataariuc Uae
eligeative powers, removing all pnmt and nneasinina.
aua-a misari,ing a nra iuiy vaa to tueaa-marn.
John K. rcartax-, SI Srnib Wharves ; fsrr Morrta,
Taoaxy ; Tlaumaa Allilxxae, -rvadeul of Bank of Peon-ylvauia;AbuerEluma,MarketaU-evt,
above Sixth; Ed
ward IL al-wley. No. 14 North abetrvea; M-t-ttaet
Ismn, SupertLtendent Merc ban U' Exchange; Haattah
b'ba, Frauklord natd; Hauoan Webb X Filbert St.;
H. N. Hjarry , No. ti Edward etr-c; Lawreuce New
bold. So. tlirlaut strrrt. FblU'lelptiM; Wm. Vartl,
No. aiHy Row; Rudolph I.'Arni, No. W7 Ilroadway,
II. N. Waxana, Xo. VH Waler street, Xew York.
The list rt naiuaa could be axtetHteai taa almost any
length, but the fe-regniog la de-anted snnlra-nL
-"ataata a U. .V. Starry, taaa ana 1m md.m tu r
tu ssia aai m aa t r to mx
Pr. J. irnxiAas Iiear Sir- For BWu year nrert
otta to Iali4, 1 av3nrt to raue b from l-ver-p,Utal I
b-acaioe oornpletely prostrated, bt4h at anutd aad body,
an! at lesta-lb atunt ao weakeawd laotiid BataUaod ia
aty bstamaaaa, and waasmkuig mu a doc Una . aad at waa
btdiavad 1 assver COM Id renaerar; medrral aut waa pru.
cared for ne. aad every t-aeaa raurvi to withaa
any relief, ult I was aiv aaed au aaa four "faixsr," aad
frotat (he Ulna beraa taking H I graetaally intitroved
till t waa exxa-xcalv rmUurw lu bcalUl. Tttaaraadful
aailM-iags 1 vodurad frtattt lysp-ry I oaa not describe ;
but I am eon B deal Utat wltiauul Uta ttaa eaf yotir "Uie
hr," I abottid ba ta nay (rara. I asattrt Uta I attarantv
ly bntarve your "Eli tar" lata sarvd aae fruaa a aauiy
death IcoatteM kv to Uaa ra meat mt iwa4ti
ajriletst taeaHb H N H lJtKY,
JnactKa, 1M.7. tl4 Xetrth Tturd at , Ftula.
" We, the atkdersigiwd , have kaowa Mr. 11. V. prry
ftar aeventt yeara, and tatjo pleaaare la stauar thai ha)
aaaerlioai caa ba erfrrtiy relied a, and that wa oar
arlrea know that be baa kwi amnderfutty rtared ta
health from Uaa bnttk ot Uta gna, and we be tarve.aa
b aaaserts, lceVly by Uta eta ut I r. aliaUM1 "Elixir.
Tt" i. I tuncra, N.". lu nmwtv
J-ax EauaxT. Kaoa atrtMa, above iteentvl.
raranetaBjr appeared Wura kte, ue mt the Aktet
awa at that ctty eg rHada4abia,) li N.Sfrrf , vIm,
baraag daly afbrttied, a.a ahrfaaa aad aay,Uaa4 Uaa
facia aet AsfUt is taa above ewrutkato, are Uaa ia
wra aad aubacrfb-d rtile tb day a Jnaa, 1MT.
- ' ' f KElatRjC KEli, Atdamaa.
Tba - xif" a oU ta a4AWa at f t , ttaiM.
dea fur ai. .
- rrprwtr, i AMES WILLIAMS, V. n.,
Cbaaaaal aad Fkmsaitmat, '
Ka. 4 KncUt twraaih uat, haatifbta.
Wot aua by ail Oraiata. aw-l
A. MORRISON & CO.,
'. WHOLEiiALlS DhaLEBS IN .
. FOUEIGX & D03IESTIC
WE are now receiving oar Spring Stock of good
to which we call Uie attention of Merchants buy
ing in this market. Our slock is large and desirable
W e will sell low for ca.h or to promt men on time
Blar26-2ia A. MORRISON k CO.
1858 1858 1858
Bransford, MeWhirter & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Varieties, Mantles, Bonnets, &Ct,
IVo. 3, Inn Block,
TE have in store and resady for exhibition a Large,
complete ana n eu fteleciea Mock of
Spring and Summer Dry Goods,
To the attention ef which we would most respectfully
invite Casa aad Prompt Tihc Dealkrs visiting onr city.
.BKAJNOJOKU, alCWUUtlEll & CXJ.
STAPLE AND FANCY
D KY GOODS,
liacltea Dress Goods,
Hats, Hoots anel Shoes,
Hardware Sc Qnecnttrare,
L U C U S .
WE are now receiving our recular utoclc of every
description of GimhIs as above, to which we re
spcctfully call the perial attention ef crtv ami country
merchants. Come anrt look before you purchase. W e
have also aeveral brce ioue of alniont every descrip
Uon of Ooooa consigned to us, w hich can be bought at
great fuecrilicu fur cai-h.
niarl3-U TRABL'E A LUCC8.
Allison, Anderson & Co.
WHOIJISALE PEALERS IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
No. 41 Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee
Sarins Styles, 1858.
"VXTE are now receivinif anil oieninp, and shall, by
t the 1st of next uiouth, have ready, for sale, our
ukuhI stock of
Foreign & Domestic Dry Cootlx, Varieties and
READY MA 1E CLOTIHXG,
Adapbxt to tho SPItlXIS aud Pl MMElt trade. We in
vite thoNe visiting our Jlark.-t to call and examine our
Rl.K'k, as e Khali eilR r in ttn emeiits to those purchas
ing for ceuA or to yrtmijM merclutntn.
ALLLSU.M, AMJliHSO.V A: At.
Feb. 22 oiu.
EVANS & CO.,
WflOLKSALK PEAIJ.:itS IX
FOREIGN AND D03IESTIC
Tlrv flnnAa I? a o A i- ttt Aa f'lneli!n
VWJ IKUUj-IUUUC tlVltllUg)
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BO.WETS,
JNo. 1 Kaslivllle lim Itloerk.
WE AP.E XOW RECFJ VXXG AXI OI KXIXG filrR
Spring Stock of Goods,
To au examination eif which we nouli) cull the attcn
lion of merchant)) buying m Una riiv.
Iuducemeiiu will be oll rod to Caaa and rtviitmime
buyers. EVANS k CO.
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
D 11 Y GOODS
No. 48 Pnblle Square.
1VASII V J LEE, TENNESSEE.
WE HAVE COMMENCED RECEIVING OUR
Which will be complete about the lust of this mouth
and to which we will add the
LATEST .NOVELTIES HIKING THE SEASON!
This Block w ill be found very exb'nuive and will cm
brace our usual variety of
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS, VARIETIES,
And having been ptircluo-ed at great a vantage, uuder
the exiHtiug preaaure, will bo wild low for CASH, or to
Prompt 3Iercliants on Time.
DILLON & CO
(sm'KSSeiRSTO J. FKACtK K Ce)..
VAj 1VECT1 VIRUS
AND UKALKK8 IS
Foreign and Domestic Liqaors,
HAVE on hand at their Hore, No. IS College Kir net,
a full aupply of Ijquor, Segare, Ax., which
are ottering cheap for caah. We Invite all the pat
rons of the old firm, and aa many of the new, aa are
m want oi arteca-a iu our nue, to give ua a call.
Irl 14. College Street.
In retiring from the Lkjikt Buiiinew, we take much
nleaaure in reci.mmeuditii; to our old alrona the new
Urin of iHllon k Co., a gentlemen worthy of confidence,
and Hoi-it for tbeui a couunuance of iat favora.
aprlu-in - J. fKAtxaX at UO.
miiiiox -Ai co.,
(ltk i. ruooci a co.,)
n( HVIS Uainiulia Whiaky;
OvJ.o') bbla Old Kya W buky ;
fcej Fletcher'a Neutral Whisky;
Kt Old Ilourbon
bO bbia Um, gnoel article;
60 4' caska liranaly ;
IO.iXn) Choice Havana Cigar;
lr-T O IiIIXoX k OX, Oillcga street.
Rle) IIONIUS, Iondrea, Nabajaa, Arab.a, I Saizaa
and other choice ferauda, Havana I'agara fiT aate
hy IHLlAiN tXJ. ,
Late J. Itucue-a a Co.,
aprt-tf u College atreet.
auu. wiuxtataos. NEVV FIS.V. aunui.
WILLIAMSON A CHEATHAM,
Brandies, Wines and Liquors,
AND DEALER IX
Ilaraiia Cigars, Tobacco, &C-,
AO. , COLLEGE STREET,
THE nndenugnexl would b.fortn tliesr fraeBda anel
the public generally, that llvy have aitaercaalcel
Uarmaelvea antler Uae firm aad etyie eaf
V1LL1A51M.X aV ClICATIIAn.
fur Uta tntaaacltna of vhoteaala lJquoc aa4 Woae,
Havana I'ucara and Tubetccaa bbattaeaa. Having 4aater.
aatuvtf lu korn buUung ta Utetr Itua. Kfpt aitaclea of
Hat r aiaer u aavr.Qe jun , aad by giving pf(T at
traUia lu taetaiuvw, they reawcUuliy ataait a purUuet
taf pabuo patrtatiaga.
mrtl-4t AKOihR UitLAHIAM.
B. LANIER & CO.
Jkzlm In Forri?n ami Domrttie Liqnon
-a. .Uarkert tr(,
JLw. thU. N AAH V 1LLK, 1 ts Jt FHHT.
m cr tvirttutT txaa
m tvau mt
AVOODS k CO
aftrtva-U1 MAItKat UT., KWITlUJt,-
Of th Ut QaiaJitjr,
Jlaaafaitttrad ae.4 fur twle, low, by
t ; - " M OODS & CO ;
art3- turxa rr.. axmsrux.
Ot aa4 aa4 far atUtt t ftu IttXTT
Will leave a Stubble from 1 to 22 incb.es High. . .
THMA0 :mmi .
TLIE ABOVE CUT 13 AN ACCURATE RElRESEXTATION OF TILE
ManuTactureiel by JMiller, "Wingate & Co of Louisville, Ky, tu it will appear at
work ia the fie ld. We have one of tlieae Machines set up in complete Working Order
at our Store, to which we invite the attention of Farxkus.
Price, including Neck Yoke, Double Trees, ic, complete; $150.
MACEY Jt HAMILTON, Agents. Nashville, Tenn.
Patent Circular Saw Gummer.
THE ONLY MACHINE IN EXISTENCE FOR GUMMING CIRCULAR SAWS WITH1
out risk of INJURY to the Sav. Also, Circular Saws of all wzin, from 10 to 6a
inches. Also, Saw 3Iandrela for all size of Saws.
MACEY .i HAMILTON.
UMMING'S PATENT HAY, STRAW
Hand or Horse Power. Also, Sauford 8
pUM BELTING, STEAM PACKING, CONDUCTING HOSE, HEMP AND COTTON
VT Packing, Lace Leather. DUFOUR'S BoltiiiR Cloth, Pagt-8 Jt Child's Patent Circular Sawa,
Wove Wire for Rolling Screens, Jcc Jtc., on hand by
MACEY Jt HAMILTON.
UORN SHELLERS. GRAIN CRADLES AND
J GRIFFIN'S GENUINE Scythe Blades, and
at the lowest prices.
Building and House-keeping Hardware.
LOCKS, BUTTS, HINGES, BOLTS AND SCREWS, TABLE CUTLERY, PLATED FORKS
and Spoons, and all other articles used in the Building or House-keeping line.
MACEY A 1LMILT0N,
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF SAWS, FINE BRACES AND BITTS. COOK'S
ii. Patent and Sne-U's Augum, Bit is. Boring
IMatit-s of all kiuels. Chisels, Drawing Knives,
by SIALtl & HAMILTON.
Wool Card Clothing,
UrANUFACTURED BY JAMES SMITH Jt CO, OF PHILADELPHIA A COMPLETE
stock on haiiel by
X. P. & L. It. SIIRTOfK.
no. aa ir.xvr. A.vn oimukrhal ktkt,
KA1T I.Ol'lS, Plit.
t)f Siilirit eiritT for the" iiri'ha eif IIKMP, PAO.
fJISU. Keil'K, HAtXiX, L-IUt, I'UHIi, WHUT, CoKX,
JT" S.-1I everf d-earriitiin of Country IVIU4 tin
CofiHijinnient , aul KiirwarJ MrchaaUiew rumHly to
all ikibiL" frutu St. l.i iu if
JTp Re-ie-r u Kistie-r, WhoK-iea k Co. ; R. O'Kuiie.
Airil 111 6m.
wiiuta r. taonr.
SCOTT & imOTIIEltS,
Commission and Forwarding
NO. S UlCUiT STREET, HCT. MAIN AND LEVEE,
nt. i.oriM, .no.
My Pnrllrttlar attention i;iv-n Uilhe aale of Product
anl lilline oritera ef fvirv rt-i4:riili"ii. -fc a
Rsraaane-twt Mrrrluuits auU BaiiWt if Naabvilie.
Airil 10 dalrlwly.
3. Y. UOllSKUAX,
I.ATK Of HOI SKMAX k KMfTU,
Commission and Forwarding
No. 9 NORTH SECOND STREET
SAINT LOUIS, K0.
Aril 10 eUealy.
Jallns II. Smith's
St Iou'ls, Mo.
THE anderaifTwxi, aoU prt.jrlrl.a of b atvtra
braaia eaf Wbiaky, nuU rr-Uully uutna
their frtrtHla atxl retHtaaurra ai;am4 iLa auiatartatta tut
llaiaat of tita-wa aril ttbuwa branda.
Th. aMinueia aria la aa iavaruhly a arfaraxia coaa
pouul, w hcraJ v. ftaarauly Uta Kxauiu, naaualae
turtMj aaaia by etuTanKea, lo laia fraa Uuia all etbouUuttS
UKUTI10LD,K.TI1T1I aV ( O
134 aa4 13a XearUi Sfct atfart.
aprT.'-tf ' Laaaa, Met.
HAS ON HAM) AN D
Manufacture all kinds
A law a vary 4rltiu taf
Matt, of tVITO.V, SHITE, CV1VJX S XHCCE,
JUlJt, c. A mt tt,t aiial kvauttl atrtMiaa caa
0. bad ta lax a tjr af uaa. W. at U'liJ-Llt. .
, aaarttty. aa, Oattrrb BUwmt
FurnhliiLig Funeral rndcrtaLtr,
.m K .tJ .Ut l.iri.ai I .a Lak aVma.lw-aa aa .a.
gW fra na ta mi. olivet C'Mtrr
P C ANWaWciX. Na. i aa4 CltUaca iiWt
a aao ta attar aad few atoa, a tVtavy tut eaf aisaa
iaatl eja iaa4 anaa Lcalawr a ii aaau par ow4.
Ou! kuaai 4 r a bare au
a an t t.ia-1 mi laalliat
St Louis, Mo.
. , r. C. AM'.a.-n,
HM. ia a4 41 Uiia mummt,
NEW HARD WARS U0LTSE.
ITcCALL, VANLEER & CO., '
IMPORTERS AND DEALKBS 15
French, English, & American Hardware
GUNS AND CU7LERY,
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools; als
Building and Railroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock,
SO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAR THE SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. .
AND CORNSTALK CUTTER, FOR EITHER
and Jsiucluir it btraw Cutter. ler sale by
MACEY Jt HAMILTON.
SNATHS, COTTON AND TOBACCO HOES,
all kinds of Eelge TeM.ln. on hand and for sale
MACEY Jt HAMILTON.
Machines, Morticing Machines,
Lc., ou hand aud fur sale at the lowest rate
UUFURMSIIKl) and OPENED,
KEAJf, STEDMAN efc CO Proprietor!,
a.rla-lm IXiriSVUXK, KT.
Formerly Franklin Eotue,
K. KIM Ultllilt, 1'roprUtar.
IWeiflJI iufurm llw Travtillnf Coinmunlty
and all othera vuititig f larkf villa-.tlutl I liar a !
IMirchaauHl Una Hiatnl, and hare rliauiri-d Uia .' 'J'
name, aa will lt awn alxvf, and t lute-nd ui rvtutalrl
It ciitirely duruif Utx rf-ui year, and alull uaa every
rxorltem tu liu.nl Ihe palruuae uf all who will ba
plnaMxt tu call en ma.
a.rli-ly E. HTKR1ER.
THE SMITIISOMAX II01SE,
Broadway, corner of Houston atreet, Vaw Tork.
' I 'HIS Jlular llotol, tudiM'la-d
X uMin the Ke aorat l'i-.j. ba.
catod ui Uaa aviat cetaUy and aVair- f fTa
ante quarter of Uie Mrtrouii, bar- f JltjLjaf
liiK wealiiered, auctaafully, the mi 1 ' iVAn '
C4iiiiueri-Ml revulntiia euUra eiion Uie rerlvuig futora
wilb renewed deitcrtniiiateeia by Ute mmu&im ta aierta
a cnotmuaiice of the liberal patrunage ha eOuria
hare heretuleire received. Hngia reautua M esenla, Ta
ceuta and Hew per elay. Ileiuhla reaotua and farietra
1 40 ta U OU -r day. Mnala extra at all bentra aad
aa ordi-red. lu aumnir th w bouae la oue eif tba oool
eat and b.-ait veotilaicd In Ute city t and la winter M
coinmauita, w illx'iit lire, the lvmt'rature eaf Uta treja.
tea, tevlug litvatod tlinniK hul by ateam.
1IAK1JH H. 6MITU, rroprirtori
EAMl'EL E. ItEAll, MauaCer.
tnr The aubiVriber'a Law Hi-aianea will be conduct
ed aa uaual. Hia offtcea are M tba Hotel aad at la
Naaaaa atreet. All biniiiiaad lulruated to ban will ba
punctually aueoded tu.
C11ARIJS H. FXITH,
marB-Sta AUornry and C'vunearllor at Law.
VICTORIOUS FOR FAMILY USE!
af th J fadLxww ear th lat IS
AT the lat Mt-cbauic'a I-air, held ia the
City of Nahille, ta Octottw. 1857, th
JaeJjre aptMjintrd to examine? articles in Claas
43 No. 17, (jKotlk A. Bak. eSewinr Xa-
chiura: No. 164, biKuiit'awREPOKT npoa
the I'RINCIPAL point and umu a tb two
mtu'hiuca aa fulluw a :
The? Baachitiew aiv Jaoth two-threaJ machlnea,
that U, uninx two fa parate threads for making
the Hitch; that f Gkovkb Jl Gak aainr th
thtva-J from COMMON WOOLS WITH TWO
NEEDLES; and that of 8i. tutu 'a win on
rpoul and aam nedlf. the oth-r thread work.
Ing from a DOBUIN INCLOSED is A SHUT
TLE, and, in the ouiulon of tbe rAtnmittee, ie
htt aelaptcd to I'LNE CLOTHING, SAD
DLER V, 4c
The G ROVER BAKER aa the LEAST
COMPLICATED MACHINERY AND, OF
COURSE, EAS1F.R MANAGED: adrantag
of V61SQ blXMjLS WITHOUT RE-WIND
ING ; and. with the exception uf fine cloth
in?, BaiieUryt Ac- ia Uie opiuiott of th
CtHnmltte b DEST 8U1TED FOU FAMILY
ar The part of Ihl rrport iv ferrinr t
the Sia-r Machine M be-at adapted to fin
Clothinc waa inttDded to b I'NDEKSTOOt
I1Y THE COMMITTEE antVFOU MANU-
FACTL K1NO aITIllNU V TAHaJKS,
IN WtlllK-SHOI'S, AC. THE tSAME IS
KEF Eli UNCE TO SADDLEKY. Aa
XAJSaYXLLS SXV7JTO-XAC2IAZ COKTAJi'T.
AO.4. ftUUC feUL'AllK, j
XiAhTOXa, Tina. '
KaataViUdaTMUtn JaaaaJ SO. lfci tf
OltDEllS. ' !
A yTaeaawaautif liottr.lVaa , Uoal , kc. trtMaltock
A Cety MUtm. wiU Bead aa OKI LS VoX at th I'uavOC
oa a at W. H. iaordoa tK" mrmomam; wbtve
Ua eMtr Mt mmlim Unit Uatt wr? etay.