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- Jfi3 Members of the press had a fair op
portunity yesterday, to discover how well the
larder of the St. Cloud' Hotel, of this city, is
supplied, and how skillfully the culinary de
partment is administered.- -At the instance of
av liberal one-of onr number, a most talented,
cordial and genial gentleman, the fraternity
were convoked around Dr. Scott's board, and
from the fact that there was no unusual forms
and ceremonies all the host of his patrons
faring alike we fchould imagine the convoca
tion was to him unawares. But be that as it
may, the dinner was everything that the mwt
fastidious could have d-tsircd. The wines
were of the very best brands as an evidence
f which, we but ref. r to the fact, that after
drinking three quart bottles, more or less, a
city contemporary returned to his sanctum,
and prepared a mwt lucid notice of the af
fair, and kept both his feet and his dinner for
the remainder of the d;iy and the further
fact that he rose this morning with the gentle
Aurora bearoing tranquilly upon his hemis
phere of thought, instead of a thunder-storm
in his head. These are the very highest evi
dences of a good dinner and good wines that
we know anything about, and we give our
friend Scott the benefit of them. If there is
a peculiarly blessed spot for good hotel-keepers
in the Land of the Hereafter, we fball in
quire for ScoTr, the first momeiit after our
arrival. " '
Th Gaiett. The charming Opera of Cin
dwvUa ia presented this evening on the occa
sion of Mws G. IIodsox's benefit. By a con
tinued scries of .splendid entertainments, to
which this lady has contributed her full ehare.
the has entitled herself to a real tip-top, rous
ing benefit We hopt- the citizeus of Nashville
will award it to her, in a manner worthy of
Postponed Cnaucery Sale.
"We are requested to call attention to the
Chancery Clark's sales to take place at the
Oourt-houhe on Saturday next, at 12 o'clock,
lie is to fell the Wilson Spring property, and
also at the fain- ti'.ne and place, Lots Xos. 350,
351, 373 and 3h0, in the plan of the West
Nashville McXairy property.
The I'aajfc, a weekly religious news
paper in San Vrammsn, denounces Bishop
Kip's admission of Mrs. Julia Dean llayue to
the holy rite of confirmation.
JFS A suit for divorce is pending in Ro
chester, N. Y., whieh origiuat'-d in a depute
between Mr. B. tuid his wife, as to whether
they chould have beefsteak broiled or some
oysters fried for breakfast.
?T It is reported that a considerable num
Ix r of workmen have been disengaged from
the Capitol and other Government works, at
Washington,' for the want of appropriations
to continue them.
Charles La tub is reported to have per
petrated the following: 'The water cure Is
neither new nor wonderful; for it is as old as
the deluge, which, in my opinion, killtd more
than it euivd.''
The Rivkr after lmvini; attaiiK-da height
alx.ut xiial to the lute rim-, or perhaps an
inch or two almve if almof-t at a t-tuml this
ni'rnin. We have vet over two feet bank in
front of the town and the h-vee ahove town is
ut least four feet above tlie present water
so we may now duni'ien all fears of an over
tnw.Jcleiui (Ark.) 'Si.sdJ, M,:y 1.
Population ok Califouvia. The San Joe
TsiJiune uJuiateH the population of California
at 5'J7,00fl. The estimate is b.ieed upon the
returud of the local axejfora. Of thin popu
lation 332,2.00 are Americana, 38,50 ) ChineH
l.l.OOO French, 13,000 MexieauH, 10.000 liih,
2,0iM) Eiigliiih, and about 4.000 colored per-
A BitOKKN Leg. Joneph A. Wood, who
had his leg broken in Quebec twenty-Hcveu
years ago, the name leg broken in South Car
olina ten years ago, and iu New Hampshire
two year ago, was descending the t-tair of a
bote! in Worches-ter on the 10th tilt., when
ht lilipiiexl anl broke it for the fourth time
After thirt he coneluded to have it cut off.
P9 The Kev. Charlea Kingley, in din-
cottr?iing on the alvantage of out-door extr
eirtti, and physical health and strength, mya
that his idea of a man i. "One who feurs
God, and can walk a thousand miles iu a
thousand hourf, who breathtis the free air on
the free earth, and who at the Nime time can
hit a woodcock, doctor a horse, and twist a
poker round his finger.''
Some fellow, who can have but little
respect for himself or the ladies, geU oil' the
following. Ludics, we don't endorse :
Yonniftr, upare tbat girl !
Kisa nut those hw ut meek !
I'nrurtlf.l lei Hie r.itr kx k c'li I
t'pou the mniU'leii'it cheek I
re lieve her quite a aint ;
Her Iik'Uk are all iivinr,
llur riv bite m ialnt,
Ilrr fin iu lecrmoliiH! !
Thk Great Flood. The Mississippi, though
falling here, hait been as biK.h as auy flood iu
he rex:ollection of our oldest inhabitants.
. jt destruction of property is Immense,
4 vir'j every plantation below this jKiut is
, submerged, aud tock aud prop'rty of vari
ous kinds have been wept away. A gentle
man direct from Little lun k, intorm us that
ttotb banks of the Arkansas, from Pine lilulf
to Napdeon, are under water.' We beard
that there was a break in the levee, tome
twenty miles above here, ou the Arkansas
aide. If this proves true, a large volume of
water will be poured across Crittenden county
to IHacktiab aud SL Frauds' river. Such an
extend d overdow uiu.-t m-iIouhIv atlevt the
Cottou crop, i We are not advised of the
quantity grown on the bottom lands of the
Mississippi and Arkansas rivers, but several
,arge steamers find employment eight month
ff Ibu yar iu freighting it to market. JAw
xjhii EagU tout Kikj., Mty 5 A.
Tb CJreat Holland llriucdy.
BtKRHAVS' IIolXASD UlTTClUi. tVlMUi ailbject to
Bervoiis or tick headache, will Uud iu Ilerbitve'a Hol
land BtiW sura, Mle aud uleaMllit mnmly. It
autbe Uw throbbing head , eiirrec W ackluy f tit
uiuaf.h, aofcits dlSMtiua, aud create a heahny h
peUte. It to, without doubt, a uiuat delightful ire.
ratioo, aod an elfuctual rvmxdy. Tbe fact that It m
bow a very popular mediciuo tbrougbout all tb Hd
IrM aettlviueDlJi ta Wlmiwni, New Yifk, Hirblgaa,
TtVhioia anil Indiana, tpeaka niuch la t favor,
adverttaeuieut Ut aa tber column. . .
ST. , VIMV I 1 IP TKL.
ARRIVALS IT TO 8 P. M., TliVlt-UAY, MAY ?.
I r HanUin. Mem.Lu, 1W J Walker a ldy
4 L Moore, .. do Vlrvmla,
V S CUaiMtiaa.OlMMaiiaa, Mm W l Walker, 4a '
V E M.1U, UuuUvUW, J H tarn, Mw,
. V G UHiJa. Ala. R J t'rrl.wu. Memphu.
' W Wifcb. U 4 Laity, JffR Crngbwo a vt
Jiio Hiaimlord, Teuo,
W J HoweU Ueo,
M M-xm-v, IJi.eoln co
J mi T Mrrrv, a u ET
s R Wikk, HuliUvlile,
',' L VauyKn, U Uaon Co,
ipUr..wn, N la.
L Wuarni, Atlanta Geo,
R Love, Mi, .
j.ea 11. ill. Ueorirta. . U t Uiyu, Muu,
; ward ;erardey, Aug 'a, R t'ra tjidy Si Lotus
f hu MarllO, IMWokt, TIhmi J Hm M iT't, Aik,
V t liiiutor. Oxfor, A K Herlner, Franklin co
J Myera, UMilavtlln Ky, Wm Hkhiuhxi, Mury co,
On ? Henoertey, K V, H C M"re, Virfuia,
. CEnioa. Baltimore. Frank Willui., Uaoort
tex Cunpar, ltedliro e, Jaa M Cotiaw, NaklM S,
-jibert Niblei. flturer Teuu W H llrown.Uil.n eo,
V 1 Liule, WhitMVlIt, W K Pearson C.umbia 8 C
taliua heck , elr Tows ; ; J K Farris 1- ueliburg
F lionui.h, llnguai, lb-.in t;rK.cy,Teiiu,
fx D Fuu. Liuodn to. Mama J Farrw, Ark,
J K Howaril servant; Mf R lt-vr, St Luuia,
Lebauoa, Win Orvar, Telio,
Mm t'jtany, Howard , do 3 Rm, Banner,
MriMlVlgan, do F C iHiouuiuai I'll
Horrace KeedT.Murf'O Mr Mar, no
T H Kay. rHawart I At,
W Uy hutilb, Patrkut,
B I' G.Liam, Uxluril. , ..
' J Armstrong. 000, .
WU Yerg T, M aa,
tkxJ B Long, Atuw
f.m'l aaeil. Columbia.
TV Coibudrr 4u ' -V
H Yoouj, rVu-a of Ui :
Irs P Ja, Palrtot, V t?
J R Bruc, l-artu-,
J i tfcaea tf'Biior.
sSttotttwora llimr TXtttSl
May 6. Cuba, Up River.
! I Z i Quaker City, Cincinnati.'? . i
Lookout, Paducah. .,..
-1 Sligo, Waitsboro. 2 ' ' " 1
11' CB' Banyan, St. Louis. 4T it ;
James Johnson. New Orleans.
.'til i I1EPAKTTBE3. J
-r r r Rock City, Up River. r - j
, . .Cuba, -J do. --
River rising with 7 j' feet water on the
Shoals. r . -V
,The' & . Jf. Runyan arrived yesterday at
about' 2 J o'clock, and will depart at 4 P. M.
to-day for St. Louis. r .-.'
" The fine and substantial New Orleans
packet, Jama Johtuon, came into port yester
day evening at 5 o'clock; making the trip
from New Orleans in six days and twenty
hours; losing eight or ten hours by fog. She
will be ready to receive freight for New Or
leans to-day. We would advise such of our
citizens as may desire to make a trip Sonth,
to call on our veteran commander, Captain
Jksse Johnson, and, our word for it, yon will
never regret it.
Great Care alter tlie Fliyslelana had
Rcshkllyhle, Ohio, Jan. 10, 1805.
Dr. C. if. Jackfjn Dear Sirt "We would inform
you that we are out of HootUiid's German Bitters,
which are very ready Rale. One of oru neighbor haa
beeti doctoring for some time, (we think about two
years, wilk all the doctors, in the country, but all if no
acail. He looked as much like a dead man going a-
bout as anything we can compare him to., His disease
appeared to be an overflowing tf tke galL With hard
persuasion we prevailed on him to try your Bitters,
with the promise to him, if it did no good, we would
charge him nothing lor it, provided he tuolc six bot
tles according to the direction, which he hag done,
and is now entirely cured, and Has become a well man.
This cure has created a great Kale in the neighbor
hood." " Respectfully,
Ask for IfonQand'8 German Bitters, and take noth
ing else. See tliat the signature of C. il. Jackson is on
the wrapper of each bottle. They are prepared and
sold by Ilr. C. M. Jackson, Xo 418 Arch street, Phila
delphia, and arc sold by druizgiPts and tore-keejK.-rg
iu every town and villago in the United States, Caiia
das, West Indies, and South America, at 75 cents per
.UUlTw YOUK-aVi CO.,
Cook Sellers, Hook-Hinders and
BLAH BOCK MA.MFACTLEEKS,
No. 38 Union Street,
MAY, just received im.l for sale by
1 aj.r2 JOHN YoKK
Ulagaziucs for Way.
COPKY'.S I.AHY'ri HOOK;
KMKK.SO.V AN'Dl'L'TNAM'S MAGAZINE;
Received by JOHN YORK k CO.
FASHION FOR MAY.
JOHN YORK k CO.
LIFE AND T1MFS OF AARON IH'RR By J. l'nrlon.
FiniXN YlIW A1IO.NU THK MoltMONS. By N. W.
MKMOIKS OF S. S. 1 RENTES. 2 vols.
ROMANTIC r.SS.;i-S LN SOL'TH WtdlXRN HlteTORY
Py A. H. Meek.
ESAYS IN BltXJRAl'HY AND CRITICISM. Ily Peter
Riyne, M. A.
THRKK 1AY. IN M KM I TILS. Ry lr. Max Iblenmnn.
KWVii ANIl REVimiloF KOI !-MlHI. Ily Martin
THE AMERICAN HISTOIUCAL READER. By J. L.
For sale by CHA.S. W. SMITIt
fa. A cA
Modeler of Fashions,
AN" I) DEALER IX
HATS, ( APS AM) LADIES FUttS,
o. 23 l'abllc Square,
NASI I V I T12N X KSS12E.
18 5 8
SOME desirable, neat ;ind ebiiien Mylex of au
MTlnm .S.lt Jiuts,of vai'iutia cobua, uow
feb-7-U. FRANCIM O'S Hut Kinjiorium.
"1TK issue to duv our Sring fityle Moleskin Hat.
V FRANCISCO. I iudiionnble Halter.
SPRI W C S ,
Ilickiuaii Co., T t 11 11.
(FORTY MILKS WEST OF COLUMBIA.)
Proprietorship and Managrmcnt.
flIIlS celibrubil w.it.i ii.n place baviiiK been pur.
A. cb:tsed by tlie ki.bsti iber b.ui bevu Iborougbly
reired and reii ab-d , ulid uill be opened lor tbe re
ception of visitors 011 tlie
SUT1I DAY OP 31 AY.
Tbe lute prorietiirs having disjoined of tbeir entire
inturest in the Springs, the aubsri iber, aj.sn.-d by Mra.
Keller, will assume tbe entire uwiiaetueiit ot tlie ea
tabUshinutit, and tieitlier luoi.s nor expeiine will be
apared t" render Heaver Ihiiii one o tbe most pbuisaut
aud comfortable waU'i nig piae M lu the SoutbwekU
Tbe buildiiiuR have all been placU Iu excellent re-
rxiir, and many iiiiproveineuts adied,so that Four
luie I red vtHitora tun be acromitnxlated with every
comfort and convenience. Ibe btblo will be abuu.
dantly aupplied, and will be c(ual to tboae of Brut claim
Tlio waicrii nt Heaver Itn consixt of White, Orev.
Red and ltl.u k Sulphur, Chalybeate (proven by analy-
na to be tlie slrunxcst ID tlie SUte,) aud llu best ol
F nuiout nu LuiH-slon.
The Hiibwrilwr, wIh hiui lieen, lor the laKt 10 voara.
pnir:u;e in the pro. lice of mediciuo in North Alnbum
d M..upliiH. an be rommaudud at all boura by vis
itor ho may rlunce to ueed bin service a a pliysl
catn. itlcaua of arrras to Heaver 11am.
Tliere are three rout to lleM Spi iiiks, all ot which
are in Hun repair. A line f Coache ill run Iroui t o-
lumb a three limes a week , and pooaeutiera will go
thrvugh trom thai pUi e IU one day , over ue of Umi li
not road In the Sute. Arraugeuiettu have bwa
made at Hi itt'l LsU'IuiK, on tbe Toiiur River, by
whK-h vis.Ur appnuu liiug fi oiu UiatdirtH tiou will Uud
ready conveyance l llio oiiruitf. -
Yiailrtrn will Hud ut lleaxcr Ihou a Urge Hull Room,
Ten I'm Ailv) , fte. A Hue li out atreaiu ruua near the
place, auu ieer m (real auuuuance way be found m
Uw liuiuedlate va m.iy.
llntt'4 of CIiurgen.
Per week I 00
Cbil.lT'O uuji r ten year old 3 AO
Swrvauu of all ...... .... a 00
A liberal deduclM' iil be mutte m lh alve rates
lmu tauiuto rciuaut one inonUi or duruu; the soaaos.
Of thna who are uuaciiuaiiilixt with the proprietor
of Reaver iu, be ls: leov U reier t
Oeu. lliuloit and lir. Iwa, J-LmHit M..
Jepb Cox, Kr'i , aud J diu W. LupU y, r hoa. Ala.
Meaara- K. k . I'rluee, lu4..w, Ala.; I1. W. II. a
II. F. Nwuin.Toacmbia, Aat ; M C. Oaliawny ,tj. P.
tHile, L-( , and 11. 1. Nuall, Memphis, Iruu,; A.
M. L4MMey, tJMJ , CiHUUlOljl, l.WU.
atM lV-uuiu THOMAS Y KFJJAA.
ON TMUy , tbe lllil day of May, I wUl offer
for aala at 1'ubua Au ts, for cU, at tUeCuurt
houae gale iu Ihia ty , all the right, wtie, claua aud
liiti-revt that Jaiu T. Fauiaaer Jd Margaxrl M.
laulkatrr have in aud to eetbou tracu ol LaMd, being
aad lying u llvit litvlralSo. 4, Itevalaua) c-, To. ,
aa more fully aiuxtn by deed, rrlenl tu Uw Rug
rater's rrk A aaid county, tsiok '.'" , page II and l,
oue tract r.uitainutg alxnit i and lite other about i
xree, levaul on lu uUl ail axevuiutt In mf tout
iu lav or o( K. C. Mt.Vairy to.
J. k. U'MOllN, Xkmnf.
sprl Idw Vy i,au. li. Hmitt, l?-. ltkf.
Couimictetl to Jail .
Or DaMtaia oouuiy , tm the l4tb day oT Anrtl, livM,
a Nvgrw Ma, wbu My a bat aauua a bi-N . aaU that
be toeloug to Wiiajs Jasm, uf oihw county , Teas.
Huh mi a he M veara ot aite. laeiha ahuut 160 lb..
about Sve tatet lea in. hoa bigb, yellow eompbia mxd
pare Bide . Tue Bar a t Mu!Std tu eocaa turwar,
uror proprtty , aud pay ouaj as lK law amcsi.v
. Jailor ol (tovtdaua oouni) m Nhuie, Taua.
WE are nuuiuAustartnc and have for aal 1ft, IS,
sad ii fail kaulas or bolag tlj:oe a.
ga CJe. LsiKKW,
I--- I Fl
Rock City Mills.
j. E. BAl'MAJf Ac Co., Froprletora.
T E. BAUMAK k CO., Manufacturers of ROCK CITY
cl . FLOCK, will pay the bignest price at all time,
for Wheat and Corn, at their Mills, corner of Line and
Cherry streets, .Nashville, Tenn.
RETAIL PEICE 07 FL0T7H.
From and after this date, until further notice the
Extra Family Flour.. $2 26
Fine Fkiur 1 75
I' bolted 2 26
MiudUDgs......i, 1 'Jf
Fine Bran .60
Mixed Bran...... 60
Coarse Bran.... '30
Corn Meal 60c i busbeL
All articles sold by the undersigned deliverable at
any piace in ins etty rree oreruirfrs. When selling by
the auautity, their rate of discount is 10 per cent from
retail prices. - - ' ; j. Ju. BAUMAJi k. CO.
Mari5 ly. . , . s
, The Crystal OH Lamp.
Patest Fjgbts. Almost with precise regularity, at
the expirrtion of certain periods, w see some valua
ble patent offered to the public out of which fortunes
are made as if by magic. In the Patent of the Crvstal Oil
Lamp, we recognize one of this cbw-s, and are antici
pating the reaping of rich harvests by hundreds of
enterprising merchants throughout the Union. It is a
great aud worthy invention great, because it so far
excels every other invention for the production" of s
cheap light, aud especially worthy as an economical
substitute for tlie dirty and disagreeable smelling oil
and dangerous fluids now in use. It has no parallel
for usefulness among the long lists of patents granted
for years -because it reaches and benefits the masses
blessing alike all mankind, the poor as well as the rich
fur notwithstanding its superiority to, aud manifold
ad vunlagcs over every other for safety and cleanliness,
this beautiful light costs to burn but about one sixth as
much as many others, thereby making a saving of
five-sixths of the entire cost, or in reality saving nvx
dollars out of every six dollars now expended. We
hear the Inventors intend to dispose of the patent rights
for the States and Territories of the Union; if so, pre
senting a golden opportunity for investment, and un
doubtedly many now possessing their few hundreds
will soon boast of their thousands as tbe result of it.
It is Indeed a rare chance, either for the small trader
or heavy merchant, to acquire the control of a healthy
permaneut trade, yielding a greater profit in a few
months than any ordinary business would in s long
series of years. While we heartily condemn the ma
ny worthless patents offered to the public, we are
pleased to commend to the world a realile entirely
worthy their confidence. Busiun Journal, April '2r2nd.
f We think is hardly known even to the most in
telligunt of our readers, how deep some of the scieu.
ces are looking down into tbe mysteries of creation.
We knew there were wonderful discoveries in these
times, anil wonderful uses made of tbem, but did not
know the Chemists were imitating iu their crucibles and
even surpassing the most wonderful productions of or
ganic hie. During our visit to Ixiwull we were intro
duced by one of their prominent citizens to the labor
atory of lr. Ayer, (inventor of Cherry Pectoral and
Ctltmrtic Pills,) where we were shown with generous
frankness his processes and his products. This mas
ter genius of his art is manufacturing the subtle essen
ces of flowers from tar and other vegetable substances
His essence of Pine Apple, Strawberry ,Chckerberry,
Quince, Pear, Cauella, Cinnamon, c. , not only efpial
but tliey exceed In purity of flavor, those vegetables
themselves. His oil of Winter-green is purer and of
better flavor than any that can be gathered from the
plant and yet is made by chemical comporiitiou from
the Hydro-carbons in tar! His process is, to analvze
the substance aud liud the exact ultimate atoms of
which it is made, then recunipose th. in iu tile same
proportions which exist iu nature. Chritlian Advo
Save your Horses.
'o take great pleasure iu recommending the Mex
ican Mustang Liniment as a vuluubie and indisputa
ble article for Spraius, Sores, Scratches or ouIIh on
Horses. Our men have used it for severe Bums,
Bruises, horcs, Stiir Joiuts aud Rheumatic Pains, aud
all say it acts like magic. We use no other liniment.
J. W. HEWITT,
Foreman for American, Haruden it Wells', Fargo &
Ceiitlemen: "I had a negro man worth $1,200 who
took colt', rnmi a bad hurt, und was useless Tor over
one year; I had used everything I could hear of with
out benefit, until I trieil the Mustang Liniment. Ilhas
perfectly cured him, and I can now take the above
price for him. RosM.-ctfully yours,
Every Planter, To.imstr and Family should have
this invaluable article. Sold by nil respectable deal
ers everywhere. Beware of any other " Bragg 's Liu
iment." It is a base imitation.
IIARXE3 PARK, Proprietors,
may-lmw Xew York.
Prepared by Dr. JAS. W11JJAMS, for the cure of DYS
PEPSY, and nothing but DYSI'EPSY, (as advertised iu
another column,) has, by iu own merits, obtained for
itself so high a renuution in Philadelphia, that l'hysi
cians acquainted with its properties, are using it them
selves and prescribing it to their palieuls, convinced,
ny observation, or il great efficacy in restoring the
disordered digestive organs to a healthy fuuctiou. Nu
merous cases of Hyspepsy, of the most aggravated
character, which were abandoned as incurable by
some of the Medical Faculty, have, by tho uso of this
Flixir, ben restored to ie! feet health, as attested cer
tificates testify. apr!3-ly
We would particularly cull the attention of
o ir rentiers to a remedy known as McLi-an's
Strn;tut.-niu!j Cordial and Wood Purifier.
It is certainly a valuable remedy. We there
fore say to nil, call ut the agent's, and test
for yourselves its intrinsic merits. It is de
licious to take. We ask our lady readers to
try it. See the advertisement iu another
Coluniii; April 26 2w.
Tr-f5& Wanted Immediately, 10,ooo
av2jPlt uri men to eUgagc iu the salo of the most
popular selling Hooks in America. Invalids, inecliau
li s, larmers and le arbors, wu-liiug to travel, will Hnd
this a very profitable and pleasant business, enabling
tb. -in to see the country and make money at the same
tune. AgunL uow in the business are clearing from
i.'iOO to 1,6'SJ por year. For lull particulars, ami a
list of Hook, aitdrtiMi If. M. RL'LtN, yueen City,
Publulimg House, 141 Main street, Cuiciunuli, Ohio; or
f liviug Kant, II. RCLLsoX, Philadelphia, Pa -Kept.
To IVcrveu ullerera.
A retired GeuUeuuui having been restored to health
in a few days, after many years ofuervous sull'eriug
will scud (free) to assist otln-i s,a copy of the prescrip
tion and a supply m the remedy, on receiving a
stamped cnvelojie bearing the applicant's address. 11
roct the Rev. Joiia M. Dauxall, 1S9 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, X. Y. aprl3-tri-w
IlAMv OF C03I3Ii:UCi:.
NisnviiiK, Tenn., Jan. Id, 1858.
I will give 85 cents on tlie dollar for i-avrreticeburg
money; aud other uucurrent money at tlie uiarket
price. 1 wish to purchase $l"0,OK) of Tennessee Sute
Bond to fill an order, aud will give the highest market
price for Land Warrants to auy amount.
JNU. D. JAMES.
Soda I'unnl. .
Wexis-, HiMirca k Co. mform tile lovers of Soda Wa
ter that they have received aud have bow in operation
one of the XasuuT celebrated Sala Founts, an entirely
uew intent, aud tlie most complete one of the kind ex
ant. Tucir assorUueul of syrup is inferior to none
n the city. aprlJ
TC7N. P. Waits' flame Journal advertise circular
furnished gratis explaining the reawins why It requires
a gentleman of "accomplished mechanical gcuius" bi
ojierau. a Wheeler aud Wilaou's Sewmg machine, aad
wby so many "excelleut house keepers" can n4 do
U . feb23-lf
?&r For fine Piket and Table Cutlery
call ou McCai.l, Va.ui.u Jl Co.
mar2-tf ' "
L.A.MJlit:TIIS liAUDE SEEDS.
Jl'ST received rnixi upul a Urge oi Laud ret h's
Uardra tSoe.U, warranud Ireah; CoaaiaUug la tb
uswaj varieties brought to till luarket, to ualt he
wuold call tbe SUeuUuu o Faut li-w aad l.ar.W-iwi.
Ju. i. UKoWN,
Jaa-JO-tT No. ia Cuik
vost omcc. '
NaMvuut, March SO, ISM. -
IRuM and after th lt A Apiu, tlio Puat tfhe will
b epeae t on SmwtUapt al half past 1 A. M., awd
t'k at A. M. Upeo again al t P. M. and Clua at T
P. U. Uu ail vtboe da) Uw OSsce wul b wfcoed at
haifpaat , uU-.k A. M. , an J ci. at I .'. ckS, P.
H. S R. AN: Uw-j.V. pu.4 M later.
Notice of Dissolution.
riHK parturmblp XatUog fcetfa B. tA.MIX'
J. MtUX, undt-r U-e t le of tt. LA Nik-it m
Cu., at Uiw day dumdvisL H Laourr LavUif swrvtiaa
4 lieu. Mivli 's enure iMercal ua Ui k.Ui t ui.totaioa
aiborlJ to a-tu the aaiiMi, R. LA X I i-R.
,Mr. 4,1S4 . MI.U.I. ,
li ' '
if Refer ting to the a bore suc, I Uka grvat
ptuMr la rnnwidat V luf l"rt.w any tat aa-
ciaW la buaiifM, Mr.' tb LaiOyr, as a
ery y wwrttiy of Uu.1T &uuuuud trt4.f .
Washington, May 6. Senatb. The appro
priation tbt the Military Academy, at -West
Point,-passed by 1 against 9. f i j J VV
Mr. Benjamia ptfered a resolution asking
the President what sbeps bare beea taken for
tbe protection of Araericaa commerce at Tam
pico and other Mexican porta. ' -
Mr. Mason's Paraguay resolution passed un
amended. . .
On motion of Mr. Douglas, the Oregon bill
was read.- " After objections from various
quarters as to the exclusion of free negroes
and fparseneas -of population, Mr. Feewenden
moved the postponement of tbe subject till
December. ; 1
Hocsk. The resolntion for abrogating the
Clayton-Bulwcr treaty pasat-d for engross
ment by 97 against 8t .
A resolution was adopted to arrest liobt.
W. Latham for contempt in refusing to appear
before tbe committee lo investigate the pur
chase of Wilkinson's point for fortification
The Minnesota bill was r turned. . , ..
Locistilij:,' May 6. The river is rising
slowly with 7 font water in tbe canal and 5 J
feet on tbe falls. -
St. Loiis, May 6. The river has risen 18
inches in the last 24 hours. It is higher
uow than liefore this spring.
The upper Mississippi has fallen six inches
New Orleans, May 6. The crevase oppo
site is still in full force. ' The whole town of
Gretna and part of Algiers is under water,
which is still encroaching.
- General Ntwt.
Washington, May 6. It is reported that
some old Mexican gubernatorial seals have
Iteen used to forge private land deeds in Cal
ifornia, bence the Senate parsed a bill to-day
to prevent and punish such frauds.
There is no prospect whatever of the pas
eage of a general bankrupt law.
It is not probable that the President will
accept two volunteer regiments for Utah till
appropriations are made. . -
JH ark eta by XelerapH. i ?
New York, May 6. Cotton firm, sales 3,
000 bales; Flour unsettled. State $5$ 25;
Wheat, white Western $1 08S1 27; Corn,
white b!)(3,73, yellow 73a),74; Mess Pork $18
llfa$lS 25; Bacon, shoulders CJ7; Lard
lUfellJ; Whisky 20J21; Sugar, Muscova
do 5i(a,ti; Coffee, Kio 10(11 j.
New Oklean.s, May 6. Cotton Sales
10.000 bales, firm, 1U011J. Sugar 6i7,
Kteady; Molasses 293U; Pork dull; Freights
firm; Sterling frQiri) prem.
Cixcix.VATi, May 6. Flour $3 70$3 75;
Whisky !; I'rovisions nominal.
tT'HK partnership heretofore existing between Wiii
X L. Boyo, Jr., aud Jos. W. I'asbs, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent aud Will. L. Both, jr. , uloue
is auuiurizeu to settle luu accounts 01 tiovii ft t o.
JiS. W iiABBS,
Feb. 2C, 1848. WILL. L. BoVl, jr.
Ill retiring from the business of Boyd & Tj., I heart
ily recomnicuii my nut; iiartucr to tne puidic, as wor
thy iu every rcsjiect of their conrl.ienre, and I ear
nestly solicit for aim a continuation of tbe liberal oa
trouuee heretid'ore bestowed.
marl-J-tf t'ao JOS. W. DA BIS.
W1SSOL11T lO .
' I MIK piirtuersliip heretofore existing under the style
A. ana urm 01 t urn .n AHlllT, was dissolved ou
the Mil lust. , hy mutual eon.-u-iit, to take eflect eii tin
2nd of February, 1S5S. The business will be coutinu
cd by CLIFTON, ALBUICHT & lt.. of Philadelphia.
ah persons maenteu to tne tale nrm. previous to tbe
d ol February, 1858, will please call immediately fat
ine oi.i siauu, .o. 10 t.eiar street.; uud settle with
(Jko. B. A six nr. who is fully authorized to collect and
receipt for the same.
Iu iPtinnir Irom tlio firm of Cm-ron s Aubott. I talcs
great pleasure in recommending to the patrouaue of
my irieuos, Mehsrs. Cni-Ttis, Alhkk.iit a: Co., as gentle
men wormy 01 rotiiinence, aud solicit for thoni a cou-
tinuanee of past favors.
aprlf (iKO. B. ABBOTT.
F res U A r v i v a 1 s.
AKE now rieninir a choice and well selected stock
of HOOTS and fdloh., suitable to the season, and
ut prices to correspond with the tiuii-s. Coubistiug iu
tieut s nne Calf Boots and Gaiters;
do Patent leather liuiteis, Oxford Ties;
do Calf Oxford Ties and lasting do;
do Cloth und Listing !;iitrs:
do Calf and i'aient Leather Strap Shoes.
Isdies' Gaiters, plain, with and without heels;
do Slippers, do do
do Fine Toilet Slippers;
do Fiue White Kid ami ?utiu Slippers;
do do do (sailers;
do Kill Buskins, with and without heel
Misses' Gaiters and Slippers, with and without heels;
oo S.111 noots, witii ana witiioui neefs;
Children's Shoes of every variety;
Boys' and Youths' Shoes ef every variety.
Of the above we have something very nice for MAY
DAY. Also Servants' Sli.es and Pegged Work of ail
kinds. Call at So. '21 Public Square.
SNYLitK k FRIZZFJX,
apriKM) 21 Pubic Square.
Shclton's Marble Works !
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet-shop,
rIHF undersigned would inform his friends
nd the public generally that he will con
linue the MAKBLK BL'SINLSS in this city, at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet-
shop, 011 Church Street, and calls atention tu
the sbM-k of
Marble monument. Tombs, etc..
n men ne nas ou exninuion ana or sale, embracing a
great variety, linistied in tbe most superb mauuer.
He is prepared to nianufacture ou the shortest notice.
Jiaroie Jianiciij ami every description o-
.'larvid oru. 01 mo nuesi American aud Ital.
iau Marble. His work will, as heretofore, be war-
rauU'd, and bis prs.es to suit the times.
jauU tf At. L. SHELTO.V.
The Superb 31 organ Horse,
rrHlS first class Americun trotter
vroiter win make a
.unessev, at tb 1 VTl
ar Nashville, U.r-
X tbe first season iu Tc
farm of Mr. T. Faulting, near
miuatuig juiy the lata, s&8 , at Twurnr-nva IVklabs
the seaou, with the privilege of returning mares, tbat
prove not iu foal, tbe second season. He is, perlutps,
the only genuine Morgan horse, both by sire and dam,
m iue owic, is a ricu oay, m tne l lrgefcl size of tho
breed, was uever on a regular course, but trotted at
several tairsin 157, under 11:50, nn.1 was awarded ev
erj' prize Irom the Cate Fair at Montpeber lo the Con
necticut river t alley Nmw. e reler, with great cou
dilence, to all geull.-meu who have exauiined him, and
believe we are olfering b the breeders of Tonu.-ssee
tlie services cf as g.ssl a roadster as cau be found
.North or .-.Mitli. Lvery atumuou will bo given to mares
from a distance at tlie louest prices.
lu our absence Mr. tlasi.row or Air. Stan v. both
giHd horsemen, will have the care of this noble ani
mal. Address, E. R. JEliMNGS k W. S. CARTER,
Agents, and part e uers,
Nashville or Franklin College, Tennessee;
P-. We have also brought out with 11. fur aale.
four capital Morgan marcs and a superiurfiialUun cblt,
to which we rvsiecllully invite atleutiuu.
COKKEK ' S - ' ;
United States Tjrpe Fonndry, . ,
NOS. 29, 31 AND 33 BEKKHAX ETKEET,
rTIHE subscribers are prepar-d to furnish type of fv-
JL ery style and s.K'.iii small or larce uuautitlos.
made from tbe Ikt,i "hard metal," for either cash or
Ihey also lurmsh to order everr article neceasaxr
for a complete prtuUug otlic.
A new ptH iiiK-n ot Uerman printing trpos being
a sebH tMiu of lacua from their quarto ediuon la now
roa'ty lor delivery.
Tbe tvtc ou wlut h tills Daner is nruiul is from tlia
above f iudry.
!. ' .Urn am JAMKS CONNER SONS.
THK CRYSTAL OIL LAMP,
l'or Hiirnin? the Crystal Oil,
Combining Economy and Safclj.
Fatrnt Cijhh fjr Stairs end fonniifi fur Sale.
Till!' Important ineenlsm for producing the ckaapmtt
lUflit in tlie world la bow perfected and ottered U
tt.o public. Numberless -Uier suem4s have bee
ma-te to produce a cheap hyht.bul were aiU-iMUsl Willi
sucb Uiberent ohjei tu as lo dtwtruy their auluy a4
art.KK.u. B.H um Oytal Oil Lamp, while H at tbe
chaini. Is both mfi aud OfrunHjt ut every pnMUua,
tnakuig a tlatr, wkUeand bnlluutl name entirely free
froui siMnae or o,uh-. There ia no danger from eiido
asm, but is prrf&tif mf under all elrvumstaares. Tlie
utl can be use.1 ia auy'pUca mtibast l -mr at motltng Ua
DK-erl itrnienla. Tne Umi are nmyif arranged and
per free y cohiroUble by Um cb'ldrea aud docneatics,
aud so cunBtruiied tual La bgbl caa be ranmd lu a
sboomwI irwaa Out uf uo W eigblcea or loenty arde
Kary Uiu(. W uil it is fre frum tbe datacracabl
uell ut mtug trout Um Kmo and Lbe danger at
kMi.iuig iu um t4 lu burnioc Cukl, tt at fouad pvsi
srimiitM: ctoi;iaruasi t) prudiM. .
Aa niftci Light for 05S CI NT sj Xerosea vill
for THK F II CXSTS, or Biirnins; XT old will
for SIX CXJTT8,
Tbita aaviag ve-xtas of the entire amottut bow eg.
pad , or tu pric ut the lamp la about a. uxioUi.
The; are adapted w all aitiutmna, RMkmf Um rbeaprat
and UKMt dnurabbi bgnt ! every place too largest
balls or churxko as well aa private dwellings. Umi
paint ua UiM tamp f tho dilWml tiale aad ruua
t4' t Uirungbual the I nu-a, with Um ei. lule sale of
the Ci yLw tnl, sf in vOVred to Iue public, preenluig
a rare opportunity lur nwrcbAaU tu secure tut lint
elva the afa.iy sj traite entirely tree frots opt
S'ts. Factum ate eortiMeve.l for tho nwauiactme
of Um lainiw ut suca uatitities that they wiil be I ura
te bed t Lke asircti ..r of rbta s aoy tyl, at
a et w ill y letd an lawrwintoito H oUw IWm
riabo St htt cbated uS ttum-Maoety, aud tho laJnp
akS Oil oebvered aa as drird. At so htai;M or
ot wul be aiAd k aa u pitrrtuutars of rigtiU, ail Wt
Iota staking Um reooM will ss4 be s-4s'wd. Co4ote
kloa tOilnml to Iue -t'rYl Uii Lmio Cu.u No.
i ItatxkMUl sUtw, wul koorotuyUy alfniH t ta. -
CrystaJ OU Laip? CsmpaJij, Esv A Hrc&tsv
Bostoa. . . pr--t,p. i.) ,
atmotst fevw4 jitel rive4 sad f-ir us br
-4 ...... . t i tc,t.r.
- . . - DAILT PATRIOT OFFIOS,
- -SxaamtM, May T, 1858. f
COTTON Sales yesterday ofbout'200
bales at 9 3012 20 JsT 1 'v'"'- ?
TOBACCO Sales at Fmaa. Wheless A
Co'of 9 hhdsat 5' 50, 555, 5 90, 8 00, 8 20,
8 50, 8 70, 8 70, 8 85; and 12 at A." Hamil
ton's at 5 S5,5 55, 5 75, 6 20, 6 90, 7 60,
7 85. 7 80, 8 10, 8 50, 8 70, 9 00. ' - ' ;
BACON 884c tt.
LAKD 99fc tt. . ' .
Angnsta market. -
' , ' , .' ACGCSTA, TllSDAT, P. II. '
COTTOXv There was a limited demand this morn
ing prior to the reception of steamer's new, but tho
transactions developed, no new feature. We quote
Middling Fair 12s'c
, Charleston market.
Chasmstos, May, 4,1 P If
COTTOSj Th market is like yesterday buyers are
holding off, and holders nrmj. Sales to-day 60 bales
atl2tol2J4e. ( , r , , ,
" - BOERHAVE'S '
SBM CXLKBKATEO HOLLAND ILsTMIDT JO
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE,
And the various affections consequent upon a r
- - Stomach or Liver, .
Pooh as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Cholic
Fains, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despondency,
Coeuvetiess, Blind and Bleeding Files. In all Ner
vous Rheumatic, and Neuralgic AtTections, it has, in
numerous instnuces, proved highly beneficial, and in
others eir.'cted a de-ided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on
strictly scientific principles, aft.tr the manner cf tb
celebrated Holland professor, Iloerhave. Because ol
its greut bmcc.-rs in most of the European States, it
introduction into the United Status was intended nior
especially for tbotte of our fatherland scattered her
and there over the face of this mighty country
Meeting wnn great success among them, I cow one
it to the American public, knowing that its truly won
dorful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is iiarlictilarly recommended to those person
whose constitutions mny have been impaired by th
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dis
sipation. Generally instantaueous in effect, it finds its
wny directly to the seat of lite, thrilling and quicken
ing every nerve, raising up the drooping spirit, and,
in i. in. miuMng new ucaitu ana vigor in me sygo'ra.
NOTICE Whoever expects to find this a bevera
will be disappointed; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirited it will rove a grateful aromatic cordial
possessed of singular remedial properties.
: A l' T 1 o .
The great popularity of this delightful Aroma bs
induced many imitations, which the public sboul
guard ag.-un&t purcliasuig. Be not persuaded to bu
anything cUe until you have given Boerhave's Ho
Lind Hiiu-is a fair truil. One bottle will convince ye
how iuliiiitely superior it is to all ibesc-innbitionB.
Mtf bold at $1 ier bottle, or six bolUes lor $5,
THE tLK PROPBIETOK,
E.JA.-ni.X PACK, Jr., cV CO.,
Manufacturing Pharmaceutists aud Cheuiists,
Sold by Druggists generally throughout the United
Stl. and Canadas.
jf iSold iu Nashville hr
KWIX, FF.N'I ILETOX CO. , Wtiolesale Ac'W
W. W. BtltKV k DEMOVILLE,
Ir. A. H. KoStxJK,
JO. . BItOWN,
lEMOVHJJC fc BKLI.,
a. w. HK.iiFJt?iioiT,
' Ir. T. WEIJ.s,
WKUi, Hool'FJt A CO.,
DUX 'II k HrViTR,
And by Druggists generally throughout the State.
A MORBID sensibility of the stomach and bowels,
attended with obvious disorder of the digestive
Dyspepsy and its attendant ills, such as
A'mun, Headache, .
Vertigo, Dimneit qf Sight,
lebililu of tke A'ermtu .Vyid-m, - - '
Lint of Appettte, . i . . -
U'aMng the Strength.
tUituletux, uithreijuent belching of tcind.
CmutifntitM and uneasiness of the Bowels,
i Jtllliout Vomitinj,
D anting sensntum at tke pit of the Stomach,
Opirevni after eating,
1'aljiitatum vf the Heart,
l'ain in tke pit if tke Stomach, or Unoardt the right
Stillowness of Cnmplacitn,
Or-presnon of tpitil ami irratV'ilUy of temper, fc.
Have, in many cases, defied the skill, heretofore of the
lu st medial practitioners in tlie u.irld, and many cases
have beeu abandoned as incurable.
Dr. J. WlliJAMi, t'liuinirit and I'haxanutceiitust, after
studying closely the praciu:e of Drs. Aberuuthy and J.
Johnstou, Eugbuid, aud observing the nature of the
disease in all its slaves, during a sojourn in tbe southern
and weatern portions of the United Stab where it
prevails to a greater extcut than elsewhere, pr.K-ured
from South America, certain roots nud herlis, from
which he prepared an Uixir," which, after eighteen
years' use iu private practice, has proved itself more
eDIcacious in Uie cure of !ygK'pfy, than auy medicine
litat has ever been prepared ui any ao or any cluuu.
fur the same purpos 1. ., . .
Haviug subtuitul it, with an explanation of its com
ponents, to a number of I'hysicutus uf Philadelphia, a
inong whom were the bite Drs. Jowtdi Hartshoriic and
J. C. Morton, it has received Uieir entire approval, and
many of the Medical Faculty arc now not ouly prescri
bing it for their patients, but are using it Uieiuselvea
personally, and in their families. As a tonic, it is une
quailed, and its properties are of so invigorating a na
ture, that it is given with perfect safety and success to
the most u nder inlants.
- i The "Klixir" ia vry gradual, but rerutin in it ac
tion upon the organs of digestion, the increased se
cretions of the liver, pancreas and mucus membrane of
the stomach, and requires that only one dose be taken
ia twenty lour hours ; for confirmed Dyspepsy , cau only
be cured by gratiuailf restoring the orgaus of digrs.
tion to a healthy state. The grrat success met with iu
curmg the most aggravated cases of Dyspeppy, accom
panied sometimes with a high grade of hypochondria
sis, has established the most unbounded confidence in
the curative properties of Una "Elixir:'' in corrobora
tion of which, read the following testimonials:
ATTti'TATION. IVs having used Williams' "Auli
Pyspepuc Elixir" with the own perfect saliKtaction and
success, lake great pleasure in recommending it to ail
persons suffering with lyfi.ey, as we are fully coo.
vince I of lu most estimable qualities in restoring tua
digestive powers, removing all pains and uneasaiesa,
and imparting a healthy tone to the stomach.
John R. Penrose, S4 South Wharves- t'jtsper Morria,
Tacony; Thomas Allibone, President of Bank of Penn
sylvania; Ahner Klines, Market street, above Sixth; Ed
ward IL Rowley. No. 14 North Wliarves; Michact
Dunn, Superintendent Merchants' F.xrhane; Hannah
(Styles, Fraukrord rtaui; Hall nan Webb -M Filbert l ;
H. N. Sperry, No. li Edward street; Lawrence .Sw
boid.No. i'jtt Chestnut street, Philadelphia; Wm. Yard,
Nu. i tlty Row; Rudolph L'Arni, No. mi Broadway,
II. N. Winana, No. M Water street. New York.
Tlie list of nainea could be extended to aimuat any
k-nglh, but the loregoing at deemed su (Tic wait.
Jattmune rf II. .V. Slurry, trka woe altamdotud mt U
ai ataia asd utrm tr ro uia
IV. J. Wiujjish Iear riirFor flftoen years previ
ous to 18&4, 1 suffered so much from Dypepy,that I
became completely prattraied,botb in mind and body,
aud at leugth became ao weakened I could not alU?ol to
niy business, and a as suikuig into a decline, and It was
believed I never could recover; medical aid was pro
cured fur me, and every means resorted lo without
auy relief, till J was adrutod tu use your "Elixir," and
from the tnoe I lM-gaii lking it 1 gradually Unrove4
till I was eoraplefa-ly restored tu health. Tbe drea!ful
sufleribgs 1 endured fram lyspe(y 1 caiuiwtderrib;
but I am cMi&dml that without Ut us ut your Elix
ir," I should be iu my grave. 1 assert that I aoinua
ly heheve your "Elixir" has saved roe from an early
death I ciKitiuue Bow in the erjoyiurul of most ex
cellent bcwlth - H. K. MUtKY,
JuneSth. 1S57. 1104 Norta Third sc. Ptada.
We, Um undersigned, have known Mr. 11. N. terry
for several years, and take pieaaar ut auting that bat
aseorlloa ran be , erfurtiv rehed on, and that wa nur-
actrea know tbat be has been wonderfully routed in
aealtn from tha brink of toe grave, and we Nctwve, as
he aaserli, solely by the use uf Dr. Williams' Elixir."
Taoaus J. CsaKitLxa., No. 141 1 bo-on st,
Joax Eujuvt. Kca street, above Secoud.
IWufi.lfv . ... . A 1... . . e I . : j
men oC the cay nf pbiU-telphia,) 11 N.pperry, who,
being duly affirntad, doth deuum ai4 aav.Uuit the
tacu set forth ta 111 above cvrUOcala, are true ia evs
woraaad suaseriiMMi tnta etn asv or Juor.itiT.
FKEDfStlCK RJ1X, Alderman.
The 'Elixir" is sold ut IxaUeaatSl each. er six b.
ties lor as.
Proprietor, J AMES WIIiJAMS, M. D., 1 ,
OHtniat and Puanuacauta4,
Xa. 4 Sonth forsulh street, rUilaJeipbia.
Far sale by aUlsj-ugcata. aprL-ly
Buena Vista Springs,
LOGA.V COUXTYj KV
"VTril-L a;am e on the tr-Ayn of vtenera
W oa tlie 1st et Jwm, aud ao paius wit be siiarnt
to reader tlwr May ptratfanl aad agrerwbie.
ttra Hurgnw, rurateriy of the torsi Ibnute, Kussea
rttto, Ky wul fresiiie ever the LadSfe' dcrtntebt.
A t"l iUad uf lime wdl be ta atuxidaoce. Ibe Is. w
biwl AUrys are la goad orsr, aad tbaae ta anarch ut
pfeasore or swlLh w HI Cu4 buta al fkwna Vats. The
U-e wilt run every other day direct t ta iSMi!
froa Nashville, aad Uiiy from Clarksr die, li.kaa
ruis aud Buabujreea ti tUiwUktiie, atture suarey.
aiwvecaa alwaye be Lit.. .
nsaye-liu-UUl r D. JJ I li!L, rrvprwtue. .
THK partuiiit aereuure eawtitf between the
BaiWriber under the tt) k 4 Mm ttvxia k Wit.
was -"l e by mutual i.4;aiit, aa l&a S.th ait
4. w. wnsrnr nas purvLascd tie tt(i) a.! o
Atax. m VJ in sail arm, aad a ill cacaua tbe
Cnuiaeaa aitdsr bsi mt Bsw. Ms at cUif4 wtta
ttMrwetiaeat of ail be t-t tLc Srat, at-4 ix U4e
auUMWiSeA ta ae aitis cf te ovss ia f iai-!
W)olt salt pri) 00I15.
A;:M0REIS0Nr &; CO.,
" "WH0LE3AXK DEALEnJs HI "
.FOREIGN & D03LESTIC
FAT C Y'OOOD S,
VI : Ara 72, PUBLIC SQUARE, .-','
. Kaaltvlllc, Xeuoeaavee.
WE are now" receiving eur Spring Stock af goods
to which we call the attention uf Merchants bay.
Ing in this market.-. Our stock is large and desirable
We will sell low for cash or to prompt men on time
mar26-2in - A. MORRISON At CO.
1858 . . .v. : . . 1858 . . . . ;. : 1S58
SPR IN GG O O DS.
Bransford, alcliirter & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Varieties, Mantles, Bonnets, &c,
No. 3, Inn Illoek,
E have In store and ready for exhibition a Large,
vvuinoH uia neu eeieciou dwci oi
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
To the attention of which we would most respectfully
r"rT iTMK uaiLEKS visHmg our city.
, BRAJiSFOKD, McWHIKTEH 4; CO.
maris 2m - '
STAPLE AND FANCY ..
Ladles' Dress Coeds,
; Ueadymsde Clothing, ' .
llata, Itoots and. Sboes,
Hardware Ac, Qaeensware,
TRABUE & LUCUS.
WE are now receiving oar regular stock of every
description of Goods as above, to which we re
spectfully call the special attention of city and country
merchants. Come aud look before yoo purchase. We
ua.c.u st-veni large lots or almost every descrip
Uou of Uoods consigned to us, which can be bought at
great sacrifice for cash.
marl3-tf TRABUE k LCCC8-
Allison, Anderson & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
I f I r GOODS,
Ho. 41 PnbJio Scjuare, Nashville, Tennessee
Spring Styles, 1858.
WE are now receiving and owning, and shall, by
the 1st of next mouth, have ready, lor sale, our
usual slock of
Foreign k Domestic Dry Goods, Varieties and
Adapted to the WRING and 8 I'M M KB trade. We In
vite those visiting our Market to call and exumiue our
slock, as we shall oiler inducements to those purchas
ing for cask or to prinoic merchant.
ALLISOS, AMIEIISOV A t o.
Feb. 22 am.
WHOIJJjiALK DEAI-ER8 IX
FOREIGN AND D03IKSTIC
Dry Goods, Ready-made Clothing,
LOOTS, SIIOES, HATS, BCWETS,
Ao. 1 aalivill luu lllork.
WE ARE XOW. RECHVLNG AND OPEKLNG OCR
Spring Stock of Goods,
To au examination of which we would call tbe atten
tiou of merchants buying in this city.
Inducements will be oilered to Cash and PKiMrrtnne
buyers. EVANS k CO.
T. & W. EAKIN & COT,
Importen and W holesale Dealen in
D K Y GO ODS,
o. 48 Public Square).
WE HAVE COMMENCED KECETVLNG OUR
Which will be complete about the last of litis month
. . and lo which we will add tbe
LATEST .0VELTIES Dl EI.VG TILE SEASOM
This slock will be found very extensive and will em
brace our usual variety of
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS, VARIETIES,
And having been purchased at great advantage under
the existing pressure, will be sold low for CAJsII.or to
1'roinpt Merchants on Time,
rebis-tf T w- KAK,:v tw-
DILLON & c o.,
(SUWE-tHORH TO . PCACOt'K k CO.,)
AND DKALKRg IS
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
HAVE on band at their Hlore, No. 16 College street,
a full supply of Liquor, 1-gars, tc, which
are ottering cheap for cash. We mvwa all the pat
rons of tlie old Urm, and as many of the new, as are
in waul of articles in our hue, to give us a call.
PltJAlN k CO.,
aprl9 - 16, College reet. -
In retiring from the Liquor Business, we take much
pleasure in recommending to our old patrons the new
nrm of Ibllon k Co., as geutiemea worthy of confidence,
aud Solicit for them a continuance uf past favors.
aprl-Sm J. PEACOCK k CO.
i I IIaIaO. ejf CO.,
(urs i. rcaoora a co.,)
KA nm.t Magnolia Whisky;
OVJ 50 bbls old KyeWbiAkv;
6u H-uhor's Neutral Whisky:
60 ltd liourboo
60 bbls Gin, good article; ,
60 S' casks Urandy ;
10.000 Choice Havana Cigars;
aprtf a luLLO k CO. , College street
Rid HONDAS, Londree, Nabajas, Arslas, Iji gutsas
and other choice braadn. lis v ana Curars for aaia
y MUxlN fc CO. ,
Late J. i'SAOxw a Co..
aprC8-u" 6 College street.
WILLIAMSON t CHEATHAM,
i ' " IwruBTCBd OF
Brandies, Wines aud Liquors,
AND I'EALEKS IX
Havana Cigar, Tobacco, fee,
XO. 9, COLLEGE KTRXET,
rjHC undersigned would inform tbeir fneads aad
X the public generally, that thrv hare lam ilS
thenweives und.r the )rtn aud style of
M'lLI.IAn.HOM sV ClIEATIIAJf,
for the tranaactKio of a w bileaale Liqoor aad Wine,
Havana Cigars aud Tobacco tttuaarae. Ha vug deter,
auued to kattp aHbiag ia Ihvjr Ime, rxre)4 uLclce ut
Um rt aaar asa aawe wt Airrr, aad by firing proper at
lentiou to busuiesa. their rcspecUuily aula. a purboa
of pubf K pauuaage. ' '
mar31-tf AlaUlEH ClIEATlUM.
B. LANIER & CO.
Dakn ia Forrlra and Doinntic Liqnan
Je, i JMaj-keS a(rw(v
alar. SS-4f. !AllVILLE,lU(XESSEC.
m tr aarasMstc sua
roa aata at
Woods &. co.,
atA&xrr ft., sxmvmx.
LARD Ol L ,
or k Vat quailtf,
j ? Ibaafartmas aa4 tut sale, We,
WOODS & CO
aWx MARXFT FT.. XA5ID.-ajJ
. I . , Jllt,KSi. ,
1 ?f A'll-'i ltii4 fhraa!e r
1UU iiAVti. 6t. O. ikvaU..
asV h tiff . .
M ill leave a Stubble from 1 to 22 incites High.
Manufactured by JJIiHer, Wingate St. Co of Louisville, Kj", aa It will appear at
work ia the fiulO. We have one of these Machines set up ia complete Working Order,
at our Store, to which we invite'the attention of FaBx&kh. - . ;,
Pric, Including Neck Yoke, DoubleTreea, Ac, complete; $150.
MACEY Jt IIAMIL.TON, Agekts, NashTille, Tenn. -
Patent Circular Saw Glimmer.
THE ONLY MACHINE IN EXISTENCE FOR GUMMING CIRCULAR SAWS WITIH -out
risk or INJURY to the Saw. Also, Circular Saws of all size, from 10 to 60 -iuches.
ALo, haw Mandrels for all sizes of Saws.
MACEY A HAMILTON."
: ! - T
. n I-.' r ;r Straw Cutters. ' ' ") t:
CUMMING'S PATENT HAY, STRAW AND CORNSTALK CUTTER, FOR E1TUUI '
Hand or Horse I'ower. Also, Sanford'i and Sinclair ' Straw Cutters for sale by
... " MACEY & HAMILTON.
GUM BELTING, STEAM PACKING, CONDUCTING HOSE, HEMP AND COTTON
ng Lace Leather. DUFOUR'S Bolting Cloth, Pages &. Child's Patent Circular Sawt,
Vt ove ire for Rolling Screens, c, Ac, on hand by
MACEY & HAMILTON.
Fanning Implements. '
CORN SIIELLERS, GRAIN CRADLES AND SNATHS, COTTON AND TOBACCO nOES, "
GRIFFIN'S GENUINE Scythe Blades, and all kinds of Edge Tools, on hand and for sale
at the lowest prices. MACEY & HAMILTON. f
Building and House-keeping Hardware. ,
LOCKS, BUTTS, niNGES, BOLTS AND SCREWS, TABLE CUTLERY, PLATED FORKS r
and Spoons, aud all other articles used iu the Building or House-keeping line.
- 4 MACEY A HAMILTON,
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF SAWS, FINE BRACES AND BITTS, COOK'S
Patent and Snell's Aupurs, Bitts. Borins Iflacliinea. 31orticinsr Iarliine
Plaues of all kiuds. Chisels, Drawing Knives, Ac, on hand and for sale at the lowest ratea
Wool Card Clothing,
MANUFACTURED BY JAMES SMITH.A CO, OF PIIILADELTIIIA A COMPLETE
stock on baud by
-1AC1.V ato 11A11IaTOX,
Prl-tf i Nashtiluc, Tixxessie.! '
W. P. & L. It. SIIIiYOCK,
NO. 26 LEVER AXI (XMIMHI11AL bTREET,
NAIT LOl'lS, MO.
a s Sulwit orders for tlie piirrlmKe of HEMP, BAR.
GINii, R H E, B.U1UX, LAKll, 1ULK, WHEAT, VURS,
Ji f every 1orritjn of Country Produce oa
GMiaicnnaut, aud Forward Murcluindise prooiiKly to
all nils fr.rtn St. Iuis.
JTT BVfw to risbKT , W hcloss k Co. ; R. O'Kane.
April lo hm. . ,
WltXIAM C SCOTT.
SCOTT & imOTIIEUS,
Commissiun and Forwarding
NO. 9 LOCUST PTRE1T, BIX MAIN AND LEVEE,
ST. LOt'IS, WO.
A) a rartu-ularatU;ntion r'veii to tlwt sale of Produce
and Oiling orders of every desrripUoo. ""fi a
Rrfkhkni -as: Merchants and Banks of Nasuville.
April 10 datriwly.
LATE OT HOI NEMAN k SMITH,
Commission and Forwarding
No. 9 NORTH SECOND STREET
BADTT L01TIS, M0.
April 10 dawly.
St Louis, Mo.
JaMns II. Fmltb's
St Louis, Mo.
ryilE under inod, sole proprlrtors
JL brands of Whisky, would re pec
of the above
tucir rrwniis and customers agamat the numerous tm.
itations of thcee well known breads. . -
The spursus arts-la ia iuvarabiy a nefarious com
pound, whereas ae euaranly the feoutae, manufac
tured onl0 hy ourselves, to be free from all obnoxious
UIUtTIIOLD, SniTII eV CO.,
13 aad 138 North becood street,
anr??-tf KC Louts. Mo.
PIKEXIX BEDSTEAD FACTORY
IU ON HAND AND
3Ianufacturea all klnd
Ei cn jus
Also every dlserlptiua ut
Made of VTTO.V, giJCCK, CUlFiX e SHUCK,
HAIR, eW. sAt of ba-a aUI baeotd as rbeanaa eaa
be bad ia the c:ty (urcaafc. W- fc-ttiKWiajl .
mTl. 49, Cbarcb Hraat
. W. IL COIl.N" VAA ITSJ-
FurnUhing Fcnrral I'DdertaLer,
49 C strclt Mret,
7 ILL fara adi avery thiux at ruaavaai, aa hw.ta.
fura. UI alea fueasta Lota to rasniuee or al.
(la (ravee ta 51UOtlees Ceaaelerj'.
PA C. ANHty-iV, Nua. S and 17 Codec. Mreet
, hiia aad tnr sae, a aaavy ka mt aaal
lent OaA-Taauad Sni. Leather at 54 cwla par mhssA.
ball eoua if yea wa bargain ta an v smd of laather.
F. C. AM'ULSUS,
No, tl aad 47 CoUeye Mraet,
)anll-f a few aaora Irosa llroa4.
SAVE 310NEY a K:iU COOL.!!
01' R ice Papules era aew ia reallanw, aa4 a earaaeV
ly ree. Jet ail a So wish tu bay lie Uuuif the sea
aua at a acduria araa, ta caS aad sopjJjr taemaelvee
w aa taacta aad ra ater ear aaasra aa rec '-ilar fmk
rnns thereby eve aa adaar ea the ArUU. UI the
latter bart ot the
Une vOsm are. Cherry street, aeit deer ta Out &aak
af laaerw. ; a Lrtojw e, I ruaS eVeal.aad tt
earaee uf Caeiva. aad a etreets.
c. k h. Mtfrnv,
ayrga-tf A tWCXVa
"""SO IVEGItOES VATED
XXja Will pay th. bhrst Caah rtare I JC fClJ (rot
f V Yoaa Negruoa.
Aorleef 11 R. BAYNI3 ft Ol
4 IX 4i hav cXaaua aaiaas the Eat ate
it. r r. a os t, ac a., ae neraay a. tm pra.
snttt iheta, prwfw:y aaa aitlua tea viava pv.
ere itM by Ua ; aa t Uwaa aamir aa4 AMate are ta-
m a. I La tau. Ml 1 Ml. MtlAl
NEW HARDWTARE IIOtJSE.
ncCALL, VAnLEER Cz CO.,
' IMPORTERS AND DIALERS 131 tf
French, English, & American HardrTCrd
GUNS AND CUTLERY,
IllaclaBmitb and Carpenter Tool; alio
Building and Railroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big, Padlock, -
KO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAR THK 8QCA-EX,
MACEY A HAMILTON.
ItUFUItXISIIED and OPENED,
K -AN, BTEDMAir C0M Proprietor!, ,
aprl2-lme : " LOCISV11 8, KT.
Formerly Franklin House,
CLAUKSV1LJLE, T1L,. ,
E. 8PCKBIKB, Proprietor.
IWOnj Inform tbe Traveling Community
and all others visiting t larks viUe, that 1 nave
uurcuased tins Hotel, and have rnanced tlie
iianw, aa will be seen above, and 1 Intend to rviuiMiel
ll entirely durmf Ui present year, and snail nee every
exertion to merit tba fiatruuage of all wbo will be
pleased to call oa me.
ats-ia-ly E. FITKRIER.
THE SJIITIISOXll.V norsE,
Broadway, corner of Houston street, Kev York.
r iiiis pt Hilar Hotel, conducted
ia. uie r. in ia. lo- js
cated in tbe nvwt costly and desir- tTW7
aoieguarteroiuie Metropolis, nav- f tt;
lug wealbered, eucressfullv. the i n ' ' in
eumntereuU ravulstoB enters Umq Ui. revlvuif future
with renewed determination by tb. Diaua(er to niertt
a eonuuuanee ut tba liberal patruuae hla eOorta
have hereto! ore received. MiikI. rooms M cenla, 7
rents and aluo per day. Double rooms aad Parlors
f 1 bO to A3 00 per day. Meals extra al all hours an4
as ordered. In sumtuer Uus house at one of the eooL
est and best ventilated in the city, and la waiter it
commands, witliout lire, tlie tenipurature of the trop
ics, being heated throughout by steam.
CHAKUCM H. S1UTU, Proprietor.
SAMCEL E. M1JII, Manager. 1
- The subarriber's Law Brssni will be rondort
ed as usual. His office, are In the Hotel aad at Is
Nassau street. All business Intrusted to him wUl'b
punctually attended to.
CHAWJS H. FMTTH,
n r-3m Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
VICTORIOUS FOR FAMILY USE I
OploloB of tho J adsea of tho lat ISO
rhantrs fair. ' '
AT tb lat Mechanic's Fair, held In tba
City of Nashville, ia October. 1857, the
Judgt appointed to examine articles in Class
45 No. 17, GaoricR & Baker's Seirinf Ma.
chines: No. 164, JSixoikb REIUET npoa,
the PRINCIPAL poinu and mcriU of tbe lo
machines as follows :
The macbiues are both two-thread machines,
tbat is, aslo jr two a'parate threads for makinf;
tbe stitch; that of G botes & Uaxer usinir the
thrwul from COMMON SVOOLS WITH TWO
NLKDL i; and tbat of Sixceb'b using; on
spool and one nedle. the other thread work
in 2 from a UOBI1IN INCLOSED w A SHUT
TLE, and. in tbe oi.iuioa of tbe committee, U
brvt adapted to t LSE CLOTIILNU, BAD-
Tbe GKOVTR A BAKER as tbe LEAST
COMPLICATED MACHINERY, AND, OF
COURSE, EASIER MANAGED; advanU?
of USING SPOOLS WITHOUT R&WLNl -ING
; and, with tbe exception of fine cloth .
lor, aaddkrj, in the opinion of tins'
Committee Is BEST SUITED I OR FAMILY
jF Tbe part of this report referring to
tbe Singer Machine as beet adapted to flne
ClothinK was intended to be UNDERSTOOD
BY THE COMMITTEE ufcaf FOR MANU
FACTURING CLOTHING BY TAILOR?."
IN VTORK-II01S, AC THE SAME LN
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY, AC
V ssTXLLZ srwTso-MAcrirz cavaurt.
AO. 4. flULlC sXatVItK.
XubrUla, Tsba. ,
Xaehvltte. Teaa., Jaaaary 20. ISAs tf '"
UocU City llls. i
ANT ea. waatlac 1 ar, Braa , Maal, Ax., fraea Rack
Car li.ila, a oj tuA aa orU'La UtiA at tba h i-u.'.
bem mad at W. H. traaa Co.'s Warebhuae, where
Use car-taa cais Ivar tits as every lv.
apalA-f J.k UACMAN CtJ
aa aU aad fur e hy
1. l. I ICXEY. ,
No. , Cuitee street.
rpilK aaaeratied at tba attlh.jr.ae4 aweary for the
A sale af ra-tar, HaU k lHI'l itaHroaJ riSS.es;
saai ta ae the ba aa4 cheapest tk esauw at use. A
eaty Cuaavauuy ua aaaa aa4 fut sale by
11. V. I'K JllT,
OiUrfe auu(. KaahvUut.
POCKET BOOK LOST.
LOKT. am tSe th of April, VvtatK-a the first fmi
wa the W ua traaSe aial say aouse aa lha
Ifaaaue aa4 L.berty ri. a BMMlnua siae puca.rt
ak, oacuaiiin aHM fun Luatr4 eoltare.aae hal
af tlae, tho rMua,.w ta $o u4 lu ; waa aa.
aUias at gulJ.euHl suoia silver, aa4 a Usta sure
ssaatpe. aiaa a ivw aapara. TUe ftuler a id ha LUerajr
aasy 1-4 , ,.' UX V, lUSTET.
Tf Irory aaA Aat V aaaaea aa4 te.iaoer
w a aU atji lee aA l UacA A-atukjua ttfantaf
Juet eewai wc4 aa4 lur m b '
arra4f .... .. a J. II 1vU - "
1 1 a - . . . --.
i r .-l -
OT ter room la yssavuia
t. aeT VrW. i at o vbwiii.i' v 5
t wjWWw 4ir.