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"WZDHHSDAT MOMUNO,.. .'...JUHE 3, 1853
NOTICE TO C1TT SUBSCRIBERS.
Wishing to confine our business as near m
possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter
mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions,
within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this
determination into effect, we have placed our
whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN JACK
SON, long connected with our Office as
Clerk, who will make the collections, and also
attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see
that subscribers are served punctually. We
hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to
all parties. Those who may desire to save them,
selves the necessity of making four payments
during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in
advance for the whole year.
We are indebted to W. T. Bkrkt 4
Co., for several new publication, which we
will notice hereafter.
f" An Irishman, Thomas Sliea, who was
taken up and Rent to the Work-house a day or
, two ago, for drunkenness, in a fit of mania
' apotu, yctterdiiy tveninjr, cut bis throat," and
died iu a few minutes afterwards. Verdict
. t- A small attempt at a general Jail de
livery, was made night before lat. Four of
the prisoners etcap-d from their cells into the
entry; and were proceeding to liberate the
others, when they were discovered, asked to
suspend, and were remanded with an addi
tional suit of jewelry.
gT Bkowk and Matham are masters of the
tonsorial art. They also have a skillful corps
of profewors under their direction, who do
great credit to their eptabli.ihni -nt, which, in
its various appointments, is quite as neat as
any in the city. It is situated under the Com
mercial Hotel; wlipj a disagreeable beard
may be dispensed with with the greatest plea
sure. 2P3S We learn t'.iut there will be a trial of
of Reapers and Mowers, at the farm of Maj.
Wm. B. Lewm, on the Lebanon turnpike, near
the first toll-gate from the city, on Saturday
morning next. There are a number of en
trie, and the competition will be jfreat. This
is a tavorable opportunity lor our planting
friends to see the superiority of these machines
tested, of which quite a number will, doubt
less, avail themselves.
The Biteics Bittex. A certain well-known
citiZ'-n. the dimensions of whose corporosity
is only surpassed by his good huuior. has bad
a "bee-tre;" "stakt d out"' in this vicinity for
boiu j time; and yesterday was set apart for the
pleasiug exercise of taking the honey. He
accordingly notified a few select friends to be
ou band at a certain hour of the afternoon.
The appoiuttnent was overheard by one who
knows precisely ho-.v to use a "good thing,'"
and who invited a numlw r of his friends to
meet on the ground for the same purpose, the
night before. He ordered a prior reconnoi
Fance, and having ascertained and "spotted'
the tree, they, soon after nightfall, met pro
ceeded to work. The darkness enhanced the
difficulties of the enterprise: tint they succeed
after niucli labor, in striking and capturing
the supposed hive, which instead of turning
out to their keen appetites a sweet measure of
boney, presented a disturbed nest of cock
roaches ! They returned to the cit7 with the
succeeding dawn, not much worse for the de
pressing diMippoiutment, and, calmly awaited
the resvlt of the d.iy's proceedings. The pro
prietor, by discovery, without a single shadow
of suspicion of what Lad trancpired led his
eager party to the spot at the appointed time
it is said they carried a lot of extra tin
buckets ordered for the occasion w herein to
dispose the surplus honey w hen they were
stupiiied at beholding the Lavoc tbat bad
preceded thein. They retimed, of course fal
len, aud the last we saw of our fat friend, be
was passing through the city with unusual
f-peed, to fulfill a pressing engagement at the
water works 1 Our private opinion is that
both parties were handsomely sold, and that
neither can claim anything at the expense of
Grand Conckkt to-night. Our citizens
are to be favored, this evening, with one of
those delightful musical entertainments which
are rarely vouchsafed them. It is seldom
that two such celebrities as Thalberg and
Vieuxtemps, unite their great and acknowl
edged abilities to gratify the public. As
these artists occupy distinct positions in the
musical world each equally fatuous and
without a rival they are thus cnaMed to
combine their wonderfully fascinating powers
for the benefit and delight of the public.
Besides the efforts of the alKive great mas
ters, the Concert will be embellished by the
vocalization of the great Prima Donna, Elena
D'Axghi, and the celebrated English Tenor
Ernest VnnBisn and Signor Aukixa, all of
wh m, in their resp-ctive departments, have
attained high reputation in the eastern cities.
The published programme for this evening
embraces some of the most exquisite concert
gems. Thauiei:gs pieces alone, among which
are "L'L'lixir d"Amore," and "Home, Sweet
Home," will more than compensate any lover
of music for the price of admission; while
the great Vikixtemih is announced for the
"Fanta-ie Cuprice," 4,Fantusie Loinbardi,''
and the "Witches' Dance," each one of which
Madame D'Axoni sings her great arias from
the -Prophet'' '-Cinderella" and "Bettys." Er
nest Perking stug (in Englub) the romance
from Massaueilo, "My Sifter Dear," and Wal
lace's '-Star of Love," altogether forming a
We are persuaded that the same enthusiasm
with which this troupe have been received iu
every city w here they have appeared, w ill at
tend their entertainments lu re. Our citizens
already are iu & state of excitemeut from the
anticipations of this evening. There are still
some very good seats left, and all those who
desire a sitting place would do w ell to apply
early this morning, at the Box office, Iu
order to prevent crowding at the door, the
dollar ticket may be bad this morning at the
The friends and acquaintance of W. W. Mary Al
len are resiecUully iuviled U attend the fuueral of
Iheir wuuit sou, Fswtkh, to-day at 10 p'clork, A. M ,
at their rei.leiice ou ISroad sirort, ia Weal NaaUville.
Divine a rv"ice by Iter. Dr. Hjwoll.
Nxaanua, Juue 2, IriS.
Rev. Jos C. Bcbkm, trom A La ha ma, editor of tbe
Unitarian tleraU, will preach la O Id Follows' 1111
To-JUJiir, Wednesday, June 2a J, at S o'clock.
J1AMC OF COM3. UKCC
NAHurius,Tt:nn., May 29, 18&S.
I wish Co buy $10,000 i.f Ejalcra Ku-bango. A'o,
$10,0(0 of Aowrlran Gold, fur which I will pay the
highest surfct price.
maySl tf JNO. D. JAMES.
The Lots of Praise.
"The KTe ut praise, bow'er eoueMilti by art,
Kaina, more or loaa, aud glows la every heart,
The proa J, to fain it, but oa toils endure,
The modus skua a but to inake it sure."
It is oar province to praise the garments
made at the palatial Clothing House of Cur
TON, Auhught 4 Co., No. 13 Cedar St., Nash
ville, Tenn. may 3 1
IiRASK LESLIE CAZKTTE OK FASHIOX;
ooDtVSLXDUa bUUh., .
r sale by . JOUS YuKX k CO.
"A"Tj8EFtL"AXD Elegant IxvEvnoN-We
have been pleased and very favorably impres
sed by an inspection of an article manufac
tured by the New England Trace Coupling
Company, No. 3 Old State House Basement.
It is a simple and beautiful contrivance to
fasten the traces of a harness to the whiffle
tree of a vehicle. There is no possibility of
the trace becoming detached under any cir
cumstances; it is attached instantaneously by
a spring, and makes a perfect finish to a
whifBetree a desideratum so long desired,
but never liefore obtained. We boldly assert
that, if once seen, no gentleman's carriage or
any vehicle would be ithout It. If we were
the ' fortunate possessor of a carriage (the
idea of an Editor owning a carriage!) we dis
tinctly and positively say tbat we should not
consider it perfect without the Patent Trace
Coupling. The Company's terms for State
rights are very low. placing it within the
power of any one of small means to realize a
fortune in a short time. We would recom
mend all lovers of riding and horseflesh, and
those who have the desire to make money, to
call at No.3 Basement of the Old State House,
and examine this useful article. S-e adver
tisement iu our columns. Boston Daily Jour
nal. Ax Evert Dat Occurrence. Scarce a day
passes in any community without some un
fortunate victim of accident or carelessness
becoming lamed, bruised, burned, scalded or
otherw ise injured. To provide a remedy to be
used in such a contingency, has been the office
of Dr. Bkago, of St. Louis, Mo., and be has
well and successfully performed that duty.
Bra go's Arctic Liniment is the best and
speediest remedy ever produced for the cure of
strains, bruises, contusions, burns, scalds, 4c,
and for removing the inflammation and pain
from dislocation. It is also wonderfully effi
cacious iu curing rheumatism, palsy, neural
gia, and all diseases affecting the the nervous
or muscular system. Those suffering from
any of these diseases are advised to try the
Arctic Liniment, and they will not be disap
pointed. In curing the diseases of horses aud
cattle, alo, it is not surpassed by aud Lini
ment ever invented.
For 6ale in Nashville, Tenn , by Berrt 4
An agent wanted in every town and village.
Application should be made to Bragg 4 Bur
rowes, St. Louis, Mo., and must always be ac
companied by good reference.
ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
ARRIVALS.1;? TO 8 P.M., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 sr.
JC Buries, Ala, DC Humler-sou, Mo,
r rairtlioiut',t'liilad--lpttm, K I n t; miliaria.
I. Melcalf, Geo,
K 1) Nelson, kiioxvillr.
C H .ml, W illiamson Co.
Miss Bond, no
l SuUU-U, Murfrurituoro,
1 Ifitx-tu-r, do
A NVtiul.-,oti, Columbia,
J 1'n k' tl. B uivar,
i SJii 1 nlierKer, I'a,
J Wilson, Hiiulftvilltf,
J W.llis, Mobile,
J Wi bsUT, t'liiciiniati.
II .tcwait & '1 sous,
J 1 Jwm, Gforp.a,
II Kobm son, Tenn,
lrwitf Dome, Ky,
W Giincwa) , Jsis,
T Graves, Lyucliburg,
G lhst;, do
W ( U'fiiuorson, Jlo.
L M Briuklt y, AU,
W C Graut & Lady, Tenn,
J T Oliver, Urumly co,
V M Gray, Newliaveu,
VJ Smith, Ky,
S M S-tvi-r, do
J li.-uiitb, Mi.-p,
Y Colliiir, MrMi.iU Co,
.! Mo:iro-, Ij-liaiion,
W t'liiiniiiKliain, Vt-rninnt,
J Kl'-mmini; Virginia,
J Cliamlom, New Orleans,
W WllltSeM, N. C,
SPIIII, C'lllH'CtlCI t,
W Bradley, S-iarkville,
T B -ck, i'itin co.
A W.ilianiK T.miii,
J lliiell, liliUoid.
.1011 A YOlUi CO.,
Dook Sellers, Book-Uinders and
BLA.XK BtKlfi MAM'FAtTLRERS,
No. 38 t'lifoii Mrcel,
Magazines and Newspapers.
IIAP.PElfS MAGAZINE VOK JL'NE.
LM KltSON AM I'l l N A At "
.KAHAM'.S MAGAZINE "
TEIKK-OXS MAGAZINE "
HUM'Hft! s JKH' i.K HIE TIMEf, Weekly.
1IAKFKK S Jol'KNAI. UK (JI V1LJZATI0N , "
NEW YOKK I.EIX.EH, "
HIANK IJiUt'S IlXLSTRATr:i) NEW? "
For sale by JOHN YOKh. & CO.
FOR SALE BY
-1 O II V O U lv alt C O.
Cyclopedia of Wit aud Humor, of America, England,
Ireland and Scotland, by W. E. Benton, Cumalian.
Embellished with upwards of six hundred engravings
of original desigini, and a portrait ou steel of the
Editor 3 volume now ready. The game mutter in
numbers also ready.
Amkkican Eukji kmu : A collection of speeches and
addressee, by the mot-t eminent Orntttri rf America,
w ith biographical eketclie and illustrated note. The
design of this work to furnish a cheap, convenient
and popular Library Edition, of tho most celebrated
speeches and addresses, forensic and parliamentary,
of the principle orators and statesmen of America.
Pjirton's Ijkk of Aauo.v Bl'KK.
l.r op IK. Hank.
Hi.toky osthk iM.renvK StiKNcus.by Dr. Whewelt.
Travels axi Iiim-ovkkirs is North and Central Af
rica; Being a journal of an exxilition undertaken un
der the auspices of II. B. M's Government, iu the years
1S4SI 18.15. By Henry Bath, Kellow of the KoyalGe
ograpbical and Asiatic Societies complete iu 3 vols.
MlWIONAKY TRAVE1S AND KkSKAKH(M IN SOI TII AFKICA.
Including a sketch of sixteen years' residence in the
interior of Alrica, and journey from the Cape of Gkm1
Hom to Iiunda, on the west coast; thence across the
Continent down tho river Zambezi to tho Eastern
Ocean. By IKivid Ijviugjlnu, L.L. II. complete m 1
volume. For Kile by
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALEll IN"
HATS, f APS.AXD LADIES FlUS,
Mo. 23 I'ubllf. niarr,
lVASi i v i lli:, tj:. n j:ssec.
8 5 S
COME desirable, neat and choice si vies of su-
O peruue ull llats, of vai ious colors, Do
FRANCI.-SCO'S Hat Emporium
UTE issue to dav nur Ppring Style Moleskin HaL
"KA. CISCO, lashionuble Hatter,
Public filai e.
R. C. M'NAIRY & CO.,
HAVE received during the past few weeks large
additions to their summer stck, and have many
new aud desirable goodsadapled to the present aeamu.
Elegant Doablo Skirt and Flounces ia
Frenca jaooseta, &o., &o.
Flegant Bridal Dresses, iu Mlk aud lliusiou;
.oiel for Traveling Drefnea, in great variety;
Yal. aud evml 1-ice cils;
1 j.N'en and 11Uet do;
Uir Mills, great variety ;
Kid Gloves, eli siE-aiid colore;
KJcgaul Huad tlrnamouU;
" aus auiubld bir tlie api-roat hiug concert.
We have now ou b iu l uuuajaliy large stork of all
kluds of plain aud colored Cottous, lor house aud Held
All wldtlu Liiiau and Uun Sheeting HI low Cottons,
and Llneos, all qualities, lable L'aiuaidt loyeU, Nap
kins, ax., ac.
CASPET8 AND OIL CLOTHS.
We have now in store an elegant sum k of Velvet,
Brusoe.!, 3 ply and 2 ply Ingram t'uriruugst li;-tuer
with Kuks, Uatls, IiruggeU, h.te aud colortnl Mraw
Mailings, etc We have also the large! aud best stuck
of ill Clotlis, ever brought to that market, several pat
terns rnureiy new aud in qiality tulerHr tu none.
all uf which we wdl sell at the vary lowest poeaible
prices for cash, or prompt buyers ihi time.
We hope tur druiuiuentti lends who are ia arrears
prevKKta to 1st of January, 1M, will nut be oOauded.
w beai Uiey And their account m the hands of an ota.
err, fur we Ivel Uial we have been very indulgent, aud
cannot nor ill not wait hmger.
Diayal-tf K- C. Ml.NAIKY a CO.
FOURTH WAKD L13ICUI YAK I),
IV o. tiS Sum liter street.
LISBES, SIII.VtiLiJ AXD BOARD!
Tilt subscriber baa coutanli a band a huge lot
ol ledar, Yellow aud w bite fine rluoring, clear
while tuie, Jotots, fopUrfUuk, bcauutug, tauare
Ceda ', Codar Plaaa, aud rolar iiiuglea. 1 can sup
ply any quantity uf l.u tu tier and bbtugtee at the abort
eat not-e, aud al the loweat m rva for caab. Leave
your unters, (uf prompt uiil, with
FOIt i Jiff SPKLXC
Steamboat & lim Mtws.
Jane 1. Acacia Cottage, Padacah.
The river ia falling with 30 inches water on
The Dr. RoUriton did not get off Monday,
having broken some part of her machinery.
She will depart this morning, at 10 o'clock.
Rock City Mills.
J. E. B A (7 31 AN A Co., Proprltora.
FE. BAUMAX & CO., Manulacturers ol ROCK CirY
FLOL'R, will pay the highest price at all times,
for Wheat and Corn, at their Milia, corner of Line and
Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn.
EET AIL FBICE OF FLOUR,
From and alter this date, until further notice the
Kxtra Family Flour. . 2 25
Fiue Flour... 1 IS
C li bolted -1 U5
Middlings 1 '25
Fine Bran 60
Mixed liran 60
Coarse Bran 30
Corn Meal 50c bushel.
All articles sold by the undersigned deliverable at
any place in the city free of charge. When selling by
the quantity, their rate of discount is 10 percent from
retail prices. J. fc B AC MAN & CO.
I). KHtt'S D1SPEXSAHY
FOIt PRIVATE DISEASES.
PR. KING, formerly of New York, for
the last four years of Ixiuisville, Ken.
t..c.y, ami who bas devoted his attention to the treat
ment of private diseases for over 30 years, flatters
himself, having attended to a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands, he Is enabled to
cure till diseases of a private nature, no matter how
bad they miy be from injudicious medical treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Iisiensary
Is No ii3 Deadericlc street, between Cherry and the
Square, recond story, where be cures all diseases of a
(tqxorkhka cured without nauseious medicine or in
terference with business.
.-'TKicTritKs of old or recent date, edcctually cured iu
a few dayB, by an operation which causes no pain.
Where a Mricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much.
SYntit is, with all the diseases of the Fkin, growing
out ol neglect or bad treatment, can be effectually
cured iu a few days.
Skmiyai. Weakbh Partieularattention having been
given to this disease, and ah the consequences grow
ing out of it, brought on In many cases by the de
structive habits of inconsiderate Youths and exces
sive indulgence of the passions, a neglect of which will
undermine the constitution, rendering the subject unlit
for business or society .and causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring with any diHiculiy of
the Womb may rest assured of immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing aud staling
their case, with a fee enclosed, directed to Ir. A. King,
No 23 lk-adi rick street, Nashville, Tetiu., will have
the necessary mediciuesont to their address, Willi ne
cessary directions, btriet secrecy ob-erved. Otllce
hours from 9 o'clock in the morning until 9 in the eve
I loofla iid'a lierman Hitters
Will cure I-iver Complaint, Nervous Debility, Dys
pepsia, etc., etc Ri al what is said of them:
G. W. HOWEN, says:
ANDKKio.t, I.nb., Jan. 10, 1S57.
"Your Bitters give general satisfaction. I know
their virtues, and have the Brst case yet to hear of
where they do not give entire satisfaction. I could
get you numerous certitlcutes were it necessary, but
in this community their virtues are fully established.
I am positive I sell more of them than Is sold of any
three patent Medicines in this county. In my own
case I have received more benefit from them
in fix months than I have re-cftived from the
regular rhysk iuns in five years. I can, therefore,
conscientiously recommend them, and do say, I would
not be without them in my family for any amount."
For sale at the Principal Olllce, 418 Arch St., Phila
delphia, and arc sold by druggists and store keepers
in every town and village iu the United States, Cana
das, West Indies, aud South America, at 75 cents per
Aiivice. As the hot wason is approaching
every person should prepare for the change, and
there ia no remedy so applicable as ' McLean's
Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier.'
It will purify the blood throughly, and at the
same time strengthen and invigorate the whole
organization. The immense quantity of it
that is sold d.tily, is proof enough of its great
virtues iu thoroughly removing all impure
mutter from the blood. We say to all, try it!
It is delicious to take. See the advertisement
iu another column. may25-2w
Prepared by Dr.JArf. WILLIAMS, lor the cure of DYS
l'EI"SY, and nothing but 1YI Kl'SY, (as advertised iu
another column,) has, by it) own merits, obtained for
itself so high a reputation in Philadelphia, that Physi
cians acquainted with its proiierties, are using it them
selves and prescribing to their patients, convinced,
by observatiou, of iw great ellicacy in restoring the
disordered digestive organs to a healthy function. Nu
merous cases of Dyspcpsy,of the most aggravated
ctiarai-ter, which were abandoned as incurable by
some of the Medical Faculty, have, by the use of this
Khxir, brfen restored to perfect health, as attested cer
idcates testily. aprl3-ly
W anted Immediately, 10,000
meu to engage m the sale of the most
popular selling Books in America. Invalids, mechan
ics, farmers and teachers, ishing to travel, w ill bud
tins a very prolltable and pleasant business, enabling
them to see the country and make money at the same
lime. Agents now m the busiuess are clearing from
tiilO to tl,5o0 pjr year. For lull particulars, and a
list of Books, address II. M. KCM.--ON, yueou City,
Publishing House, 141 Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or
II living h-uSt,l. litXIiSON, Philadelphia, Pa
Sept. 1 ly
To Nervous .NuflTerers.
A retired Gentleman having been restored to health
u a few days, alter maay years of nervous suffering
will send (free) to assist others, a copy of the prescrip
tion and a supply of the remedy, on receiving a
siamied euvelope beariug the applicant's address. Hi
reel the Rev. Jotl.t M. IUusall, lSd Fulton street,
Brook lyn,N'.Y. aprl3-tri-w a
JJjNf. P. Wilus' Home Journal advertises circulars
furnished gratis explaining the reasons why it requires
a gentleman of "accomplished mechanical genius" to
ojiurate a Wheeler and Wilson's Sewing machine, and
why so many '-excellent house-keepers" can not do
gT Tho splendid residence on the corner of Dead
erick and Summer urceu ia for rent for the balance
of the present yenr. Apply at Glovk & Co. 's Ex
press Olllce, or lii Thabo & Li'cas.
TIIE11E CAN HE HAD AT
R. D. BLUM'S
Plain k Ornamental En;ravin: Establishment
SF.AL.S for Masons, I. O. O. F., Sons of Temperance,
Notaries Public, Insurance, Railroad and Plank
Road Companies, Courts, Suite, 4te. Also, Steamboats,
Pool otlli e SLime, Susel Sumps F.ngraved to order for
Blacksmiths and Sil verouiitlu, In fact for all tbuM Man
utactuiera who may wish to stamp their muim aud
address upon their work. TheM' sumpe are warraut
ed to slump Silver, tiold, Bratts, Iron and untenired
M4-el without the slightest injury to the atauip ibn-lf.
Stencil of all kiuua made iu order. Jewelry made
and repaired. R. D. BIXM,
1 leaders k street, S doora from the Public Squre, op
posite the Re publican Bouuor Otnce.
NEW DRUG STORE.
pa. b. $. vnu.
iffy. u. B'lorxa. a. b. hum
WELLS, HOOPER & CO.,
WHOLZSALli AND SET AIL DF.ALFR3 15
Drags, Mtdicinea, Chemi- y?".
Dya-atufla, Brttaaea of all J
kiada, Ptrfomery, Faaey ar- I J
ticloa. Jiae Winea and Li. Vls
quora, (tor Kedieal Pnrpot- r4
a.) Fine Ci&axa and Tobae byZmJ
ea- Scotca and XaccaboT-
Snufla. Ae ta. No. 21 Cedar trait.
A RE '" at Umu tatw large and -V
eral aaaurtateut of tnh IfUft, ., fiw Um
Hammer Trade, etubractug every Luitag iu be called (w
oi a llrug Sture. -
They bavw aUo just reeivd a larg kH of pure
White Laa4 aad Hmw While Ziae in oil, whs h tbey
ill sell very tow fur ca&. Tbflee who wish to die
guise their uld domic ila by giving ibrm a arm drew
wueld U mmil to give tbrm a call. They have all the
various eolura, ground ia oil, gnuaraily uaed by Paiat
Thoae who want Pare and Frea Drug and Medi
cines will d well U give litem a call.
f. 8 PresrriptMMi Beai:y and accurately com
btainded at aU ttuut tf gnrtettc4 rracr!u(iaaiatt.
Arrival of the Steamer Indian.
New York, June L The fteamer Indian
bas arrived at Quebec, with Liverpool dates
of the 19th. .
The steamer Hammonia has arrived at New
York. - .
Liverpool. Kichard?on, S pence & Co.,
quote Flour, Weetern Canal, 21s21s 6d,
Southern 22s22s 6V1; White Wheat 35a, yel
low 34.348 fid; Pork steady; Bacon firm;
Lard 56s (id57s Od; Koain 45s: Sujrar stea
dy and quiet; Linseed 32s 9d33s; Spirits of
Manchester advices unfavorable.
. . Congressional.
Washington, May 31. Hocsb The Para
guay resolution paKed. The Indian deficien
cy appropriation bill passed.
Washington, June 1. Senatk Mr. Mason
from the committee on Foreign affairs, report
ed a bill authorizing the Execntivo to employ
the Naval force to protect the rights of citi
zens from the outrage of Foreign nations.
The same bill slightly altered was reported by
Mr. Douglas. An attempt to make the bill
the special order fur to-morrow, was votsd
down by 27 majority.
House Discussiug the report of the special
committee, relative to the sale of Fort Suel
St. Louis, June 1. The river has risen from
15 to 18 inches in 24 hours, and is still riising.
The upper Mississippi is stationary at Du
buque but rising below Keokuk. The Illinois
and Missouri are rising.
" General Sent,
Washington, May 31. The Union urges
the strengthening of our National defences.
Lord Napier has despatched Admiral Stew
art to cease his visitations ot American ves
sels, pending instructions of the British gov
ernment. The President sent the Senate the docu
ments in the Panchota case.
Mr. Dallas siiys orders were given by the
Admiralty which must prevent the repetition
of fetich acts.
Commodore Ap Cafsby Jones died at his
residence near Georgetown.
Markets by Telegraph.
New Orleans, May 31. Cotton Sales
35(10 bub-s; unchanged. Sugar 5 j6J. Corn,
white 70; yellow 6570. Coflee 1011.
New York. June 1. Sales of cotton for
two days 12,500 bales: of which speculators
and exporters took 2000 bales; quotations
barely maintained. Consols 97 J.
New York, June 1. Cotton heavy, unset
eled nominal; Middling Uplands 12J. Flour
3.803.85. Wheat, Western Red 941.00;
White 1.00. Corn. Mixed C8(;70; White 72
(2,73; Yellow 78. Mess Pork $17.55. Suj-ar
buoyant; Muscovndo 5f (. Coffee quiet.
Bacon liamn 7jj(3,8;. Molasses, Muscovado
30. Linseed C2(jC3. Tallow 1010J.
Cincinnati, June 1. Flour, higher but un
settb d. Whii-ky 17?. Provisions firm. Mess
Pork held at $1GJ017. Bulk Sides active.
7J. Bacon, Sid. s 8. LardlO.
New Orleans, June 1. Cotton, sales, 3,
500 bales, unchanged. Receipts of three days
4 955 bales. Sab s three days 13,000 hales.
.Slock in pot t 225.515 bales. Corn, white 70
75, yellow 60C5; Indigo bags 14 J.
DOLLAR I) BITTERS
till CKLKIIKATKO HOLLAND RaMKDT t0
DISEASi: OF THE KIDNKTS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various affections consequent upon a r
Stomacli or L.ivcr,
8urh as Indipetin, Acidity of th Uiiiim h, Cliolic
l'ains, Heartburn, Iosa of Appt'tit, DesKndpncy,
Custivcness, Klind and Bleeding l'llcs. Iu all Ner
vous IUii'innatic, and Neuralgic AllerlioiiR, it baa, in
nurueruuH iiiRUinces, proved highly beneficial, and Id
others ntlW'ted a decided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared od
strictly scientific principles, after the manner of tin
celebrated Holland professor, Boerhaf e. Because ol
its" jireat success in moft of the European St.iU-8, it
introduction into the I'nited rUates was intended mor
exaecially for those of our fatherland scattered her
and there over the face of tin mighty country.
Meeting with great success among them, I now ode
it to the American public, knowing that iu truly won
derful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those erson
wlxwe constitutions may have been immired by th
continuous uxe of ardent spirits, or other forms of dis
sipation, (lenerally instantaneous in etlect, it find its
way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and quicken
ing every nerve, raining up the drooping spirit, and,
In fact, infusing new health and vigor in the system.
NoTK'K Whoever expecu to tlnd this a be vera
will be disapiointd; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirited it will prove a grateful aromatic cordial
possessed of singular remediul properties.
C A U T ION.
The great popularity of tins delightful Aroma ba
induced many imitations, which the public sboul
guard against purchasing. Be not persuaded to bu
anything el?e until you have given Iloerliave's Ho
land Bitters a fair trial. One bottle will convince yo
bow infinitely superior it ia to all these imitations.
OT Sold at $1 per bottle, or six bottles lor b,
THE HUH I'ROI'RIKTOK,
BE.'VJJini.'V PAGE, Jr., &CO,,
Manufacturing Pharmaceutista and Chemists,
Sold by Druggists generally throughout the United
States aud Canada.
sXsr Sold in Nashville by
EWIN, l-ENMATOX CO. , Wholesale Ag'ts
W. W. BEKKV IEMOVIlXt,
Ir. A. 11. ItOCoE,
JO. G. HKOWN
G. W. HKMKlt-01T,
rr. T. WKIJj,
WEIJ.1, HOOPER He CO ,
And by Iruggisu generally throughout tbe Stato
Fine Cools, Shoes and Gaiters
Xo. 42 Co lies Street, IVaahIlIe,
IS now receiving a large aud excellent stork of La
diea' and Ueul s Wear, aaj for Mict, lkj s aud
Gent's Calf .ctitched and Pump Sole Hoots;
" Krench latenl Lt'aUu r and Calf Con. Gaiters.
" " " " Calf New Top "
" mack Cioth and Prunella
" Euglirb IjiMiug and C-1T Kid TWa;
44 Buckskin New Orleans "
' Calf English stitched down Pump Shoes;
" lasting, Oxford and I Tina Shoea;
" Calf, kid and bnet Morocco Oxfords;
" CVlf l uion half Gaiters.
Indies French Ijuiling Cottgresa Gaiters, with and
Ladk-a Kid Congress Boots, do do do do;
" lulian Cl"lh lre (iailers, do do do;
" Krench Kit lipera trim tiled, do do;
" White atin and Kid do do 'do;
" l ine Ijutling ltuskUis;
Uises KkI Hoota, with aad wittioat beela;
" Blaok and Brown Gaiters, do do do do;
" BUi-lc Kid and Mronaed t-'lipa, do do do;
" Lasting Gaiters, plaiu and tiMHt, do do do;
Children's Kid and Br on led half Mippers;
Black aad colored LaKting Gaiters;
Boy's and Youth's Oxford Ties; Ongre.s Gaiters; Pat
ent Leather and Calf Dress Shoes; iJieiing Ties, e.
mayus-tf JOHN BAMAcK
To Engineers, Architects ind CoDtrerton.
rpHE PHCF.MX IRON COMPANT, Philadelphia, are
X now preoared to receive and execute ordors tor
all sixes of W ROCGIir IBoX.SoUU AXblXUIPuCND,
HEAMS ANIi;iKlM(S, ol any required (igtha, for
Fire-Pruof Buildings and Bridges.
Tracing and Ua of uaiug, tofetber wtth table
showing capacity of beams, will be furuiahed gratuit
ously upon application to
AMl'!X J. REEVES, r. President,
aaayia-uiwlm 410 Walnut street.
l7id let 11 a t 11 o cs
ArnESH supply uf suigW and Tray Top Hat Boxes
Urge aud small stxes.jual reeeived by
aprX-tf 41 lolu-ge
A Country Home for Sale !
F RirXN aad ooe half aerie of rUoire Land can
be wtrrhsad m very reaauoable srrsoa. it at
cooveauaal W Ute avarket as a vegetable gardett.
aaaya. raa W, L. BOTf, JK.
" Notice to Tanners,
We bare constantly oa hand and for u!
GREEN SALTED HIDES,
At Ha. 8 Sooth TtvnX ftrtct, ' ;
A avail ft tic, T(bbm.
aprl-tf x, , t J. ixiU. CO,
DAILY PATRIOT OFF!OSt
. , MaauviLLB, June 2, 185S J
COTTON Sales yesterday of 70 bales at
TOBACCO Sales of 13 hhds at the follow
ing prices: 5 00,5 05,5 60,5 65,6 75,7 45,
7 75, 8 00, 8 05, 8 25. , - . .
Elegant Lace Mantles
"ITTE are opening, this morning, a beautiful assort
V V ment of French and Cnoutilly Lace Mantles.
pr24-tf W. A. fc J. G. MdLKLLAND.
WE keep the beat make of Irish Linens, cheaper
than they can be bought at any other house.
apr24-tf W. A. It J. G. McCLELLAND.
Table Linens, tie
WE have the beet assortment of Table Linens,
Napkins, Doyle's Towels, and Toweling Goods,
ever otlered and at lower prices.
apr24-tf W. A. k J. O. McCLELLAND.
Parasols and Sun Shades
ABEACTIFCL lot of Parasols, 8un Shades, and
Ladies Sua Umbrellas, just received and lor
apr24-tf W. A. J. G. McCUXLAXD.
J. II. McGill.
LADIES' AJVD G EXTLE3I EN'S
FCRXISHDIC A.D FANCY STORE,
Corner College Street and the Public Square.
HAVING just received every style of Shell, Ivory,
BuQalo, and Horn Puff, Tucking, Side, Fine-tooth
and Redding Combs. Also,Ivory,Kosewood, Shell and
BuOklo Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh, Shaving and Cloth
Brushes, small Toilet Mirrors, Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Dressing Cases for traveling or for the room; Morocco
Bags, Cabas, furnished and unfurnished; Ebony Work
Boxes, and fine Writing Desks. Will sell at prices to
ait the times apr 30 tf
Furnishing and Fancy Goods
I HATE JCST RECEIVED MT
SPUING AND SUMMER
STOCK OF Fl'KMSMSG AXD FA.MY GOODS,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
White and Colored Marsaillcs Shirk),
White Liuen Botom Shirts;
Colored Cambric Sliirtu, warranted to lit.
AUo, a few flue EMBROIDERED SHIRTS, for Parties
BOY'S SHIRTS, plain and embroidered, all sires.
UNDERWEAR, of Silk, Lisle, Gauze, Morino, Liuen,
HALF HOSE, white, brown and fancy Silk, Lisle,
Merino, Cotton, Ac.
All styles of Scarfs, Stocks, Napoleons, Ties and
FANCY GOODS, consisting of Sandalwood, SiuuiUh,
Plain aud Fancy Ivory and Palm Leaf Fans.
Also, Ladies and Gentlemen's Traveling Cases and
Cabas, Writing Desks, Port Monies, aud Razors, single
or in setts.
Also, a superior lot of VEST BUTTONS, of Cameo,
Stone, Shell aud Glass.
CANES every sire and style of Ebony, Bamboo,
Malaka Rubber, aud Hickory Canes at
J. H. McilLL'S,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Fnrnmhing and Fancy Store
orner of the Square aud College street.
CLIFT0X, ALBUIGIIT & CO.
(Successors to Clifton k Abbott,)
ARE DAILY receiving additions to their flue stock
AT NO. 15 CEDAII STREET,
Where they would be happy to see all the patrons of
the old tlrm and all others in want of any goods in
their line. Our stock embraces every article to be
found in a
CEA'TF.O.l.VS FL'KA1SH1G STORE-
In the Tailoring Department we have a great variety
of piece goods, which we will make up to order, and
warrant to give Biittsfartion. Two of the tlrm are con
stantly in the Eastern market and all new patterns and
styles are forwarded to this house with dispatch. We
tl iuor ourselves that our facilities for receiving all
now and dcxirable styles will enable us to suit all who
favor us with their patronage.
apr!3-tf CLIFTON, ALBRIGHT k CO.
WM. 11. VKlllVV,
AND DEALER IN
No. 34 Union Street,
WOl LI solicit the attention of citizens gen
erally, also of strangers who are sojourn
ing in the City of Rocks, to call and examine
my slock of Goods, where every article in the
way of Dress for Gentlemen can be fouud.
Suits, or any parts of a Suit, mode to order in the
iatest ami most recherche style,
may 7-dl w
20 rUDLIC SQUARE,
TTAVE jut received a nice stock of Spring
XX and summer Clothing, consisting
a.simere SuitK, Marseilles and Linen
I'anlM and Vests iu great variety.
g of II ue
Also a very nice lot of Kuruii-liiiig Goods, while aud
colored Shirts, M irseilles, French and embroidered
bOMin shirts, under Clothing of every description. Kid
and Fancy Gloves, Cravats of the uioxt elegant style.
For Custom Business,
We have a fine stock of Cloths, CariMmeres aud Trim
mings, of all kinds, which we will make up with dis
patch and nealiic not to be excelled.
We have also a very choice slock of Summer Cloth
ing for Boys, which we will sell at very low prices.
THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
Broadway, Corner Franklin Street,
HAS BEEX RECEXTL Y REFITTED.
The Rooms are all Newly Carpeted,
The Furniture and Beds are Superb,
And the Baths Unsurpassed
Taylor's Celebrated Saloons,
III COXXKCTKD WITH THE HOTBL.
Here are concentrated all the comforts of a home,
with the luxuries of a palace.
The Splendid Ladies' Parlor
Commands an Cnequalcd
VIEW OF BROADWAY.
k the most central of any of the First Class Hotels
for business, or places of amusement, aad Oder on
surpassed advantage to Families and Gentlemen vis
itiug New York. ALFRED FREEMAN,
Jul-lm r Proprietor.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BRADSIIAW & RUTLAND,
So. SO I nlon street,
HAVE just received afresh supply of
W",s an4 feiiora. wbM-h will b.
dd al the very lowest prices.
adies' Lasting Gailars. with and
Ladte' Lasuuf Coogreas Gaiters, with and without
" Thick aad Thin Sole Kid Bootee, aeel aad bo
" rroot Laced Ijkstmg Gaiters,
Fraach embrotdered Slippers, omethlDf Bk;
" White Kid Slipper and Kosette;
" Kid SJippers, plain and trtmmed, heeled aad Be
For 3Iises and Children.
U-asc Ttuck aad Thin riot Kid aad Goal Bnotsa.
" Blark LaatiBg Gaiter;
44 kkl Siippera:
44 Thirk te in hool Shoe;
Cluldrena' kid and tmi buuimi, thick and Una Sola:
Black LaMiug GaiUr;
' Fancy heatied Mi.a;
44 Aakle Tv aad iUrpiwra.
Ceatlemeaa' extra gVH.TJ BuTTUM BOOTS;
" . . . " Vmit Water proo
44 " rump "
M mm Jiv Ixal
44 IV 8. CoC4Ta Gaiter;
44 r. l. m .
44 PTiuip laif Oxford Twa;
44 1 1. S. - MM
, . " CkaJl Cungrwa Carters) .
Aad aU arucfo ar4 IB s Ebo rHorw, U wdjufe w
leva the aUfULwa of all wantuif arbcia ut Mr baa.
Jaa'i BRAlr-UAW k SLTLAXU.
i wish to mm:
A !finlla WMt. a food eo aad rulwr, Tram
JV. 1 to A year rf ace.fer tha taaae es" ta
yar; f ir wBa-H I will pay a Lberal prtcm, tiKJiiir at
Ut i fly., er 'a. I vi cuwu.
MTi3-.. ....... J K. BE3.
m05J.-;;2! if H
5 W Si s?f i j n h
n ?! 1 1 1 1 W
m : 1 : iLJ
rfl tetitfui4u9i 111
NOEL & CO.,
And Dealers in -NasliTille,
1C0 hid, fair to e be ice Su- bxs. Havana Snpmr;
)rar 25 bbla. Loaf burar:
10 hhdclari3ed Sugar; 10 44 powdered Sugar;
600 bags Rio Coflee; li bags Laguyra Coffee;
100 bags Java Coflee ;-
400 bbla. Pike7 Whisky 40 do. Fine Brandies;
100 " Pean's do;- 75 bbl. American Brandy;
350 " - Wilsbh-e- do; 44 - ilalaga Win;
150 box. super old Brandy; 15 44 in;
75 bbla k a bbl. Cherry SO 44 Walker's sup. Ale;
Brandy ; 50 boxes s-t. John' Claret
15 barrels superior Pert Wine;
Wine; 7t baskets Champagne
75 bbls. Smith's Reserve Wine .assorted ;
Whisky; S boxes Champagne Q.
60 bbls. pur Bye do; der
SO do. ilonongahela do;
25 boxes E. S. Powell's To- 200 boxes Jack FalstaSr
20 boxes Southern Bell 30 bxs. Com. Tobacce;
Tobacco; 15 44 Industry Tobacco;
10,000 Napoleon Cigar; 7,000 Jenny Lisd C1gr;
6.IHK) Josephine Cigars; 30,000 Brands, assorted;
We will also purchase at the highest market prices
the following articles of country produce.
Pea Nuts, Lard, Cotton Yarns,
Feathers, Tallow, Flour,
Beeswax, White Beans, Meal,
Ginseng, Peas, Chewinfr Tobacco
. Flax Seed, Eg.js, Peach Brandy,
Wheat, Butter, Apple Brandy,
Rye, Rags, Pink Root,
Oats, Tar, Coperage,
Corn, Hay, Ore hard Grass Seed,
Milieu Seed, Hemp, Blue Grass 44
Dried Peaches, Bagging, Timothy 44
I tried Apples, Rope, Herd's Grass 44
Wool, Piow Lines, Hemp - 44
Bacon, Bed Cords, Onions,
Potatoes, Ax. , lee, Ac.
Country dealers and farmers having any of the above
for sale will do well to call on us when they visit the
city. June 26-U
L. H. lANTXK. M.WPBILIJP9.
H. C BEXSLKT.
LANIER, PHILLIPS & CO.
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 39, Markkt Strxxt,
Pee. 3 ly.
J 1ST DECEIVED AND IX STORE,
rye BBLS. La. Sugar fair 10 cai-c Salmon,
I J to choice, 76 " Fresh Cove Oysters,
255 bats Kio Corlee, 25 44 Sardines,
l'i5 bbls. Ia. Molasses, 45 boxes Champagne Cl-
60 44 N. Y. Syrup, der, qts. A pta. ,
loo IS. and Ch. Sugars, 60 boxes Coil Fish,
;t0 iwckaes M. K. Raisins, 75 bbls. Walker's XX Ale,
100 boxes Layer 44 300 boxes Star Candles,
100 kilt N". 12 Mackerel, 3O0 bbls. White Whisky,
50 bbls. No. 23 44 60 chifts Imperial Tea,
10 tierces frekh Figs, 26 bugs Texas Pecans,
75 pockets Java Corlee, Ac, Ac, Ac:
Which we will Bell to the trade low for CASH.
LANIER, PHIHJPS k CO.
Doc 5 tf. No. 39, Market street.
A. c CAK-rsa. Felix a. h'kat. w. c wilmpobo.
CARTER, M'KAY & CO.,
Auction and Commission, Itecclvtns
AND DKALKKS IK
Fine Brandies, Winrs and Domestic Liquors,
No. 73, Public Square,
OCR bufinrss will be continued under the same style
and tl'tn as heretofore. Tliaukful to our cum turn
ers and lrieuUs,lor their liberal jiatroiiage, we respect
fully solicit a coutiuuatiou of the same.
A. C. CARTER,
FKLIX . M'KAY,
Jan 25 tf W. C. WIIFUKD.
WE have been appointed sole Ageuts of Nashville
for the sale of James Thomas' jr., (of Kichmoud
Va. ,) Celebraled Tobacco.
Jutt received 200 boxes uf the following brands, vis:
JF.WF.L OF OI'HIR,
BLTTlt OF flONGE CAKE,
which we will sell at the Manufacturers' prices for
Cash. CARTLU, M KAY k CO.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Market and Front Streets,
Inn A BARRELS Julius II. Smith's Whisky;
.UUU 500 barrels Chenowelh's do;
600 barrels Old Bourbon aud Rye Whisky;
250 boxes tine Brandies, 1 dozen each.
and for sale by
W. 11. UUIUXJN
Osnauiirgs and Sheetings.
inn UALErf 7 8 ai1 Osnaburgs;
lUU lu bales 24 inch Bagging;
lo bales 7 8 Drillings:
60 44 8iarta, Laurel Hill and Sumner Sheetings
1,000 bags Cotton Yarns, all numbers; in store aud
for sale by W. 11. tioKlxiN A Vt.,
jan29 Agents for Tennessee Manufacturer
Scales ! Scales ! !
A FULL stock of Fairbank's celebrated Scales, Dor
tiiaut, i'latlorm, Grocers, Counter and Beams.
Also, Hay uud Coal Scales, in sUire, for sale at Facto
ry prices, by W. H. l.ORlMiN A CO.,
)au29 Solo Aguuu for Middle Teuuuasee.
t 4 Q HUT'S. Common, Fair, Prime and Choice Lou
i'xO ixiaua Sugar;
loo barrels cruxhod Sugar;
1'.'6 44 lxaf Sugar; .
60 44 Clarified Sugar;
60 boxes white Havana Sugar; In store and for
sale by W. 11. UORIION k CO.
inn H)I-fc boxes Werk- k Co's tar Candles;
lUU 200 half boxes Werk Co s 44 44
20O quarter boxes 44 44 44
2(0 boxes Mad won Starch:
1,000 44 PrescoU Ax C'a No. 1 and extra Snap;
n store aud for sale by W. H. GORDON k CO.
O OHO KKG "oenberger's Nails, all sises;
kegs hour barrel nails;
100 44 fliiifuiiig 44
100 44 feutiug 44
60 44 4, 6, and inch Spikes; In store
and for sale by
W. II. GORDON A CO.
P. & C. ANDERSON,
vnoLBKAU ubjucvhs, raoDt-rs ad
C03IM1SSIOX 3IERC1I AIVTS
Brandies, AVincs, AVhisky, &c,
Dealer In Bacon, Lard and Country
Produrt, of etery deaxrlptloit
Am. 45 and 47 Vollfy Street,
WE HAVE now in store, and offer for sale cheap,
the following choice aud select articles:
6,000 sacks fine Salt; 200 bags CoOee;
3,000 44 caiMdu.; 60 hhds. Sugar, from fine
1,oiio kegs Nails, aoMH-ted; tochuic;
300 bags Cotton Yarns, 100 ds. Paniled Buckets;
assorted; 60 44 Cedar do;
600 bbls. rect'd Whisky; 25 DesU Tubs;
60 44 Kye do; SOU Hemyoliiui, aaanrted;
60 44 Bourboa do; 25 bbla. Loaf, Crushed k
60 44 Moaongehala do; Powdered Sugar;
25 " Sweet Wuie; 800 reams Wrapping Pa
lo t,' pipes One lirauda; per, aasorUxl stses;
25 bbla. Gin; 200 boxes Glassware, as
15 44 Rum; sorted;
100,000 Cigars, aaaorted; 60 dos. Washboards;
800,0U0 G. D. Ca; 6 bags S.;
60 bxa. Tobacco, aaxt'd; 10 44 pepper;
250 44 preecoU'a rwap; 20 44 Gtlignr;
2O0 bags Shot, aaaorted,; 100 ranks LugUah Soda;
6,000 lbs. Bar Lead; 6 bbla. Bruwrtooe;
6 bbls. Blacking; 6 44 Alum;
10 cases Matches; 1 casks Madder;
6 cerooua Lidigo;
And every other article la the Giooory line, which
ars offered at citr.iuvly luw praa.
P. k C. ANDERSON,
OrtlT. Noa. 45 sad 47 College Street.
QUICK Sc MEAD,
Commission and Forwarding
WHOLES ALE I RETAIL FLOES k FEED STCIE
M tXt OU "Ibimiiii riomr Depet'
Vx 11 Sou til College Street, Xaihrilla, Tna.
A GtLVTb fur Gdeu.vuls At-lla, Ti
.4 A. 44 New-York 44 44
44 Emptr Keotorkr.
Floor. Ttrt, etc., AT PRICES bl IT Tlli mttSL
Extra laaaily Floor, wholesale, f S 25; Jtouul (2 M
Ssperaus 44 I ta 44 S 26
Fius 44 44 1 60 44 1 76
I' u bolted - 44 44 J OO
Muidltugs 44 44 1 00 44 1 26
Kfaorta 44 44 44 70
C mre Bras SOc. , TTt0 and Mixed 47 i e. ; Meal aue.
hrm xniiuif by the auanuty , a liberal diaOHua will
be silow4 to X pttrrhaaars. 0
AU articfaia detivwwd 10 say pi-t ot the eHy (res of
Tbe higheat SBarket prare paid fur all kuvi sf
A supenur srtKls of Extra Hulled rsasaylTssla
Bucks twaa Flasr, as ksstd ssd f'-r sal. Iw al
MBl-U tst h-K AND MEAD.
Ccskrs la FcreUa ici Doartie Liqnsn
No. S JXrket atraaf ,
AGRICULTURAL & SEED WAREHOUSE,
69 MARKET STREET, NASIIV1LEE. TENN.
IP HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF REAPERS, THRESHERS, Ac, Ae-
I which we ofler npoa the most favorable terms. Belw will be found a list of the Vari
ous Implements aud Machiuea we BelL
RUGG'S CENTRE DRAFT REAPER AND MOWER. XE? YORK HAND RAKING
Reaper. Pells Maanj's Self Raking Reaper and Mower. P. Manny's Hand Rakinr
Reaper and Mower.
ARMSTRONG & CO., AoEvta
MOFFATT'S FOUR HORSE THRESHER AND CLEANER. MUNN'S FOUR HORSE
Power aud Tbrelier. Munn'n Two Horse Power and Thresher. Railroad Two Hon
Power Thresher and Separator. Railroad One Horse Power Threnher aud Separator
ARMSTRONG CO, Aoim
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES FROM THREE TO TWENTY 1T0RSE POWER.
Stationarj Engines from Ten lo Fortj HorPe Power. DouM and Single Portable Circu
lar Saw Mill. Mulay Saw Mills. Portable Gribt Mills.
ARMSTRONG CO, Aocvra.
SINCLAIR'S POWER AND HAND STRAW CUTTERS. CUMMINGS'S POWER AND
Hand Straw Cutters. Sunlords Hand Straw Cutters.-
ARMSTRONG & CO, Aoevts.
MILLER'S STEET. PLOWS; PORTABLE HAY PRESSES;
A,very'" CliKt Plows; Revolving Hay Rakes;
Hall i Spearx's Plows Expanliiijr Cultivators;
(Jed.lw' Harrows Hote H-hh;
Corn Shellers; Potato Diggers;
TI ii mv-til .ur u v. t : II., t.. - .
inTy<f C fUPPlj f 1la8ter 1ari8'
Will leave a Stubble
Turliiriii r n Ml inmiiri
THE ABOVE CUT IS AN ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE H3
Manufactured by 3Iiller, Wingate c Co of Louisville, Ky, as it will appear at
work Iu the field. We have one of these Machines set up in complete Working Order
at our Store, to which we invite the attention of Farmeiw.
Price, including Neck Yoke, Double Trees, 4c., complete; $150.
MACEY 4 HAMILTON, Agents, Nashville, Tenn.
Patent Circular Saw Gummer.
THE ONLY MACHINE IN EXISTENCE FOR GUMMING CIRCULAR SAWS "vVTTTIl
out rink of INJURY to the Sw. Alio, Circular SaiVS of all sizes, from 19 to 60
nches. Also, Saw Mandrels for all sizea of Saws.
MACEY 4 HAMILTON.
UMMING'S PATENT HAY, STRAW
Hand or Hoise Pow er. Also, banfoid
GUM BELTING, STEAM PACKING, CONDUCTING HOSE, nEMT AND COTTON
Packing. Lace Leather. DUFOUK'S Boiling Cloth, Pages 4 Child's Patent Circular Sawa
Wove Wire for Rolling Screens, 4c, 4c, ou hand by
MACEY 4 HAMILTON.
CORN SHELLERS. GRAIN CRADLES AND SNATHS, COTTON AND TOBACCO nOES,
GRIFFIN'S GENUINE Scythe Blades, and all kinds of Edge Tools, on band and for sal
at the lowest prices, MACEY 4 HAMILTON. -
Building and House-keeping Hardware.
LOCKS, BUTTS, HINGES, BOLTS AND SCREWS, TABLE CUTLERY, PLATED FORKS
and Spoon, and all other articles used ia the Building or House-keeping line.
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF SAWS, FINE BRACES AND BriTS, COOK'S
Patent aud knell's Augurs, Bitu, Boring 31acli.iii.eft, Morticiuf Machine,
Plaucs of all kinds. Chisels, Drawing Knives, 4c, oa hand aad for sale at tbe lowent rated v
by MACEY 4 HAMILTON. ,
ANUFACTURED BY JAMES SMITH 4
ill. stock on hand by
BRADSimV & KUTLAXD
HAVE Jut rrir4 frh KUrk ot BOUTS AND
M1U fr the Spring aud Sunuaer Uade, wbajti
wiii be suM ai Luw ftvik.
Ls4ies Last. Cof . k Laces' Usiters, srnJi aad wUbost
Ladtes Kat Cr. a Laestl KM Boots, so. as.;
44 44 N fpr, do. da. ;
44 Whs. kid and am Slippers; ?
44 &ubrulere4, brvass ana Velvet Slpper.
Tllsscs and Cklldreta.
IlVases Kxl and ti. Buuu, with a4 satwxu bo. Is;
kill SSi;iers; 44 " 44 44
CaJU. 44 44
Bors lia Caif sw4 sOl cs4 Boots;
44 Uarura I'm., aa4 tisr articlas
for soys sa4 yosUts m.
Crau Extra Calf ratup aa4 uicba4 Buou J
441 44 4 4 CaJWs;
- 44 44 44 44 Oxiur J Ihm,
, 44 44 !. Lciatber Pump Coorsaa Uaiwra;
44 44 t 4. .
44 44 r UaOw OiJ.l TVs;
Guts Cost. liltrs aad 14 1m,u Calf ralKt
L I her rvap MmK( all kuxlajSuiiattW fur Uk. i-fytatT
sad tMimBMrr VaOa. Call at N I atua anx.
say 11-1 UttAHfUAW k KCTUAAJX
Sole Leather Trunks and Valiees
I AMES S. 1, M lauW Traoks;
A " - (UtdiVij
L.llas Faekua Tntaaaz
Utou Sola Lsalaor trattt;
44 Ifumnu asd Uos Irarae Tracks;
Ail sf uaA U ss I4 as ry lo srless y
briAliitAS- a RL'TUNO
saaylt-tf 5s. 80 I uk street.
DILLON K VtX,
Hr sa kaau a4 I j sale 1 bt Km CqsTss, a
NEW HRDWAttE 110 USE.
HcCAII, VA1ILEEE & CO.,
IMPORTER3 AND DEALERS 1st , .
French, English, & American Hardware
. G UNS AND CU1LER Yt ' ;
Clacksmitb and Carpenter TeU) also
Building and Railroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock,
NO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAR THE SQUARE,
vr,- r a ii rx -
LaI,d rister. Hydraulic Cements, Ac, Ac.
ARMSTRONG & CO.
from 1 to 22 inches Higli.
AND CORNSTALK CUTTER, FOR EITHER
aud Sinclair's Straw Cutters for sale by
MACEVT 4 HAMILTON.
CO, OF PHILADELPHIA A COMPLETE
AT TUX .
New Tork Milliacry Emporicn,
l nlan SU. MaaltTUla, T
31 IIS. DOYLE
TllsCS leT to HifortB ser numerous u.tuineri ia Us
AJ ray, aad UwuticstMit las rdatas td" Taaoras4 ssd
Alabasaa, Uial atte Laa retursed frvw Kew York, aad
kas received Lar bn&( ljuortauasa tor las, of .
FRENCH PATTERN BONNETS 4 MILI-
Ooaaictiaf ia start as fulWers louf Treack Iaura
bvssa, J LtuirB Hiutjcuers asd Cluidrsss' iuia,
nraly lruuutm ; &0 tlraj Wnm, sew styles : IM
suses Freark rlusers. faVsOal Aiiuitituoot sad Ubb4
OrmaSMHit; laW pawea btai-t, aanli aad sell Hibsosa
aa atarsssturk. td AniaT.i.M.rw. Uiars, ntestsB
rvu, CUJna.' s stats, aVscs, batui., blibr. Isesr
Uusa. tdawtilais ,Mmm
tvaatry Vl.Ilawrs sutwt with Pattera Boa
aeta.ssd tw)rru.b aiiertaiuiit( lu to. kaSISiss
Ar.ry dtacrtitiua ot ii.uirta aud twi t, LUU
KkaacWd aad Trnurusd m Ut !'. uwi ruhar Stjai.
aiatapaid fur tiratOuid atd ttukiua Uuuo.
Whatt sersae Sataaier aaTuids ber l4es,
Aad sitmi (rafraace to u. sir.
The Laaa-s tWy vdi sob arsasd
La sasrvs ( H mi seta wiUmmu cusopsre,
Ss, If ym ul to sa re saoe-loalaer, " ' '
Aad siut'b ieri4riii4 f d, .'
Oar sdvare is, tnt by Um uue seatasr,'
Aad exauuax k 1rtivu)a'U ae.-uwr irt1. al .
Ajif -i U At ha. IKlYIX
H AVrOVk: sad txiotfurtable faceilT reaidesestd.
J. Uiftrsnld sasr it. brtUgo, ua fsrnafs tiiia
and stable atucbed , fur tits bawiiire f Ui. ysar. 1'os-
rr nantsitintrur. Apr to
ava a CO..
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