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WEDXESDAI 110K8TSG JTOE 23, 1$58
NOTICE 10 CITY SUBSCRIBERS.
VTisMag to confine our business as near as
possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter
mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions,
within the city, QTXABXERLY. To carry this
determination into effect, we have placed our
whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN JACK
02T, 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 th em
elves the necessity of leaking four payments
during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in
advance for the whole vear.
I?atU r J oil n II. Croofh.
The mail of yesterday evening brought xia
the nvlancholy intelligence of the death of
this estimable young man. He died oil yes
terday, at the residence of bis father, in
Franklin, at Ualf-pant 12 o'clock, in the 20th
year of bin ae. lr. Citorcu 6erved bis op
pivuticti'liiji, at the printing business, at the
Guze'teo&rt; iu this city; after which, and for
tlie latit t-ix mouths, he has been employed in
tliia oOice in the capacity of compositor. Mr.
' C aliout five weeks eiuce, was suddenly at
Ui'k.d nith inflamatory rheumatism which
K-ttl-d ou hi bowels while in the regular
pur-iiU of his vocation. The attack was to
Mtveru that he had to le carried from our
ofiice to his room, from which he wan, on the
third day after the attack, conveyed to the
rwdi-'nee of his lather. Little did we expect,
nh-.-n we a.-it-d iu conveying him to the
d.pot. it would be the lai-t tim we should
fv his tuuly face or beur his cheerful voice,
lie wad indeed a favorite, not only in our
Ice, b'U anvmg the entire craft; and mobt
sincerely do we sympathize with bin bereaved
parents on this mort trying occasion. He
will be interred to-day at 10 o'clock, at
LtrThe obi Washington Hotel, Vicksburg
iliss., wan destroyed by fire on the 16th inst.
gar Ms-s. A. I. MtXKE.v commenced an
engagement at Wood's Theatre, Cincinnati,
Don't forget the sale of the Petway
Laxiw which take place to-day. An uuu
nuaily good chance doru this sale offer for a
Z-iV The Augur-ta Ulsp itch says take a
paper with you, read, r, when you go to the
Springs. Wc say so, too; especially the
XiT Tht- ceremony of -'spiking down" the
last rail connecting Baltimore wiih Suiibury
Pa., and the svstem of railroads north of that
plac.e, oceuiTi-d oil the lOih inst-
.Spked the Work. Mrs. V. J. Eve pu
Fish'-N in tne Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle a lint of
contributors to tlm Mt. Vernon Fund. The
C'lUtrilmtious amount in the aggregate to
Ji-iV We were pleased to meet last night,
C !. i'ii.vs Stone, who was injured by the re-
c -nt explosion of the steamer Pennsylvania.
He liaMi'mor-t tntirelv n coven d from bruises
iic. He leaves for Franklin this morning to
ail 'int th funeral of his brother-in-law John
II. Ckoich, h died yesterday.
Steamboat and Illver .cv.
June 22. Cuba, Paducah.
22. Blanche L-wis, Paducah.
Th river is falling; scant 4 feet water on
The great passenger packet, li. JI. Jiunytm,
as we learn by dii-pateh, left SL Louis for this
city on yesterday. She will arrive or, Thurs
day nxt, and leave Friday on return trip.
Her extrem" lightness will allow her to make
several trips yet, should the river-not fall
faster than it has fur a few days past. Her
large ami roomy berth, her spacious hall and
wide guards for promeuad rank 's her a most
d siralile institution for traveling in warm
weather. Rooms can be secured t-d.ty on
application at A. Hamilton's warehouse.
Th low water stenmer FAli, has arrived
from Paducah, looking much better than we
have ever seen her before. Her veteran com
roa ider, C.ipt. Johx S. Ia.siiiei.i., has ln-en
laboring hard for many days past, and has
nieceeded most ad'n'r ibly, liringiug forth his
'"bonnie Eij-a" in all her glory, looking as
gay and cheirl'ul as a weet lassie with a
diploma fresh it her I row." Nu part of her
Las been left untouched here new tim!er
wan wanting, iu the hull or on deck, it Las
been supplied, and her int'-rior and exterior
have r ceivid a mo-t Im untitul coat of paint;
rendering her the haiidomeFt low water Isiut
now at the levee. Much credit is due ("apt.
I. for his untiring exeiLo.i iu making bis
lioat so neat and comfortable.
( 'i mi:i:hi.am Rivkk Packets. As will be
a -en by reference to our advertising coin inns
the steamers -Wi and Minnttnnfi will run iu
ennection during the coining low water, one
of which will leave here every Monday,
V dnesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 111
o'clock, A. M., connecting at Paducah with
Louisville, St, Louis and M mpliis tubular
packets. These boats are in mo.-t excellent
order for he siiiuiik r season, having bet u I
refitted throughout, und comniiiinled by k1'"
tleinen of long experience in the trade. Pas-ttt--iig'ra
may confidently rely on their prompt
ness in d par tu re throughout the season.
The Cubit is iu charge of Capt. Jas. W. lh nt,
aud the Mtiiiutviika is in charge of our ever
attentive and clever friend, CapL II. C. Matu-
isr. She will leave this morning at 10
o'clock, on arrival of the morning train of
cars. Secure rooms early if you wish most
pleasant and agreeable trip. The Muuutunk
is the regular packet for Thursday moruiug
next- A. 1Iajiu.ton is ageut for these packet
The Dlanrhf Leui$ left yesterday for Padu
cah, with a fair trip for the season well filled
with passengers aud freighted with collou
and tobacco at the tlart, aud flour and iron iu
The Glaucood, from Cincinnati, arrived yea
The HernUiHix was pal ion I ly wailing last
evening for her barges of lutulx-r, for the T.
A. Railroad, to be unloaded. Should the
laborers succetd in gcu'og thrm unloaded in
time, she wou'd leave last night, it not, the
vill depart for Cincinnati this morning.
The following low water boaU are now ly
ing at the wharf waiting tor a "better time"
to come the Acacia Cottage, Umpire, Sligo,
lir. Robertson, Commerce, Lookout, Hock
'City, Klla, Charter, Wru. Henry, and Jlaria
ille, and the bteaim r Shing ss, used for tow
ing coal bargea. On the opposite ide of the
river the steamers Jamea Johnson aud SalLie
iVest have taken up summer ijuarUT.
To the rubllc.
In answer to the numerous Utters addressed
in me on the subjoct of the Mustang Liui
ment, I would say that 1 have had no connec
tion with that article tor serrral year. It
wan invented by me, and while put up under
my eoulrol aud supervision, was universally
accepted by the public as the bunt liuiment in
the world. Iu It&i I hold out ruy luterett la
it to other parties, aod slueo that jua It has j
passed through the hands of several persons
most of whom have been so unscrupulous as
t) manufacture it of inferior and cheap arti
cles, and thus to entirely destroy its value as
a medical remedy, trusting for success in sell
ing it, to its former highly established reputa
tion. Its present proprietors have gone so
far as to substitute other articles in its com
position for those in the original prescription,
bo that the Mustang Liniment now vended
possesses no one of the distinguishing charac
teristics of the genuine article, as it was orig
inally invented and manufactured by me.
These parties, to enable themselves with more
facility to foist their worthless and injurious
article on the public, use my name as its spon
sor, calling it "BbaooV Mu.-tang Liniment,
a:id cautioning the public to beware of any
other Bragg's Liniment as an imposition
This is doue with a view of exciting a preju
dice against '-Biiaou's Akctic Liniment," an
article more recently invented by me, and
possessing all the virtues of the original Mus
tang, with some improvements the result of
'xperieiice and later discoveries and manu
factured by Bragg & Burrowcs, which firm si
composed of my Bon, Oliver T. Bragg aud
Michae l Burrowes. This article is superior iu
many respects to the Mustang when it was
put up pure and in good faith, and is immea
surably superior to the article now vended as
'ie Mustang Liniment. It is also the only
liuiment manufactured to which my name is
appended by my authority or consent. In
conclusion 1 cannot hold myself responsible
for any of the evil ret-ults of using the Mus
tang Liniment now vended, and especially
after this public disclaimer of any connection
with its proprietorship or manufacture.
A. G. BRAGG, M. D.
jzir- For fine Pocket and Table Cutlery
call on McCall, Vanleku fc Co.
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
ARRIVALS LH TO 8 V. it-, TCESDAY, JUNE 22d.
W Guild, Ala;
V lrl, Columbia;
W A (armliurs. Minn;
T It lloiicuck, La;
L t'luuruiiy, lio
W : liutihtun , Ceo;
H Conner, Charleston;
Mrs II Conner & sc-v't. do
J Conner & tcv't, do
I'. H Chapman, do
W C Courtney, do
W II Coof.iT, llodford;
M & l.wn-, Aui;
ti miiiiii, Ky ;
J lioruc, U'ly & sev't Ark; II K Jordan, do
J A Spencer, Texas; J tpJinlner 4; 6 -v't, Miss;
B Fountain, l. b.imui ; F M (.ilin.T, Ala;
J Hemlruk, Montgomery; Ir Blakely, do
J Hi-odri" k, Montgomery : .Mis M Giln.er, lo
l Searv, WiImii, id; Miss Il.irnett, do
Ii y ( ix iirun, do; Miss Hiakley, do
W Fleming ii laiiy,C'olutu- Miss C Gilmer k '2 serv'ta,
JTroiter, do T B SVsnn. Nashville;
J II He.li.i k, Miss; J A Iirovvue, Ga;
E M reneli, la- y, son is I n n Columbia:
scv't, harle.stou, C M Mills Jk Iiidy, do
R Ixiiiey ti family , Mem- MissTCo.x, do
phis; Jlias SU'Ckan, do
S liawley, New York.
JOHX YOlUi & CO.,
i Book ScIIf fS, l00k-BilI(lcrS and
CLANK BOOK MAXl'FACTL'BEBS,
No. 38 I'niou Street,
Receiveil by JO US YORK & CO.
HiSTORV OF THE
Consu'(u(ii)ii of liic Ihited States
IlY Gi;oiGr. T. CCKT1S.
l.rt this work be read in every hoiipe in the land
Ia1 ehiliiren Btmly it, that they nmy prtiw up to honor
it. fathers n a I it to their hoiis.-hol.ls, that the
day may be lar disluot, which disorganizes and taunt
ics so earnestly wit-b to husien, u hen this glorious
CoiiMimtion hhall be numbered Hinong the shattered
relies of old tune, a curio.sity of the iasl to be gazed
at by ille boys, laughed at by radicalisms, muuured
ovur by the uevuted lovers of all that is good and
holy. The study of Mr. Curtis' work is commended
to ull who love liieir country and desire lis permanent
urosierity. For talu by
JunelO JOHN YOltK & CO.
BrRi.fT'. IIWTOIiV OK TIIK AMK.Klf A.N ItSVULl'TIO.f.
r.l:io'ri jK tiK .AiHl ' I'.t UK.
Sei'KuKo.x "m r;ullvu.. 4 vtjl.
M'( lli.l-.ON M S.M A' It lll.-i.-iMOH.
torsaluby (jelo) JoIIV YORK tfco.
IIHKS'S r.TLT ELASTIC IKSTAD.
THIS lukslaud is bettiT liiau any oilier in ue; sun
ile. uwful and cin venient.
JoIIV Y"liK .V Co. Imvelhem for !ale.
J 1- f
Magazines for July.
(iOnt.V'S I.Al'V HimiK;
OKA II A 1 S M.AiiAlNi-:;
Junt received tiy
JOHN' YORK & CO.
Buena Vista Springs,
I.()(iA. COl.NTV, KY.,
TH-I- a!ii:ii be o-n for the re. ei(iun of visiters
T on Hie 1st ot June, and no pains w ill be spired
tii reuil. r tlu ir htay ileai.ant and aitreeable.
Mm. Iliiri-s, lornieily i.l the Korst II. .use, Russell
ville, Ky , w ill iiesi U' over the l.elie' deartiuelit.
A K'xxl Haul of Mukii: will be in alien. lance. The llow-
Iiuk Alleys are iu e.nel oriler, and Uikkw in scan ll of
pleasure or health will lind both at Iliiena Vmta. The
sUu'e will run eveiy other day direct to the SpriURK
Croiu N.iht iH- and daily tr.im Clai ksville. Honkins-
.ville and lliw Imuieeii to Kimsellville, where convey
ali.ecan always be had.
luav4-lii.uirl f H. JKKrliHX, Proprietor.
THIS most 1.-1 11; I . It HI suniiuer resort will be opened
fir the reception of visinu on the l.' Ill of Juno.
Tue rooms and biiildiiiits are in the most complete or
der. The table will at all t mes be supplied with the
choiccftl iiiiii.ii. the m.trki't allords The exleiiHivo
ice hoiiw! is well Mocked with an inexhaustible suiu.lv.
A K'ood lund of M isie will be in rotisLmt attendance..
The liar w ilt be well supplied w ith a choice selection
ol witi.-h, li.piors. an. I seai s, and every exertion will
be made l a.ixaiiccihe comloi I and pleasure of all
visitois that may lav or us with a call.
Jc,-lmcvUw J. MOTHER.
white si iMa ii "TpklxcsT
Iiuitlin Coiuity. Temi.
'IMIKubow WaP i iut; I'lacu will b oMned for the
i nnepii. ii of Visitors, on the KIRST HAY 'K
JLNKNKXr. A dally hue of Couches, (lour hours
suiiciiik) will conn,., t with the Memphis and Charles
ton Railroad at tlie lUrusville Iepot. Ten hours trav
el from M,-m;.li:s t.. the Sprmes. Kor health or pleas
ure, the W 'hit, Sulphur is cipial to any Watering place
North or rouih. A line hand of Music from New Or
leans will he iu attendance.
V7"H-t- op-ned the Suiomur s-ason ol IhaH, on
VV iliu 1st of June. .r the reception of visitors.
The iiuhsci ilier will bu pieuret to rece.ve IVstrders,
aud furnish the h ist accommodation, at the rales of
St M -r dy.seO s-r week.S.ui io per mouth.
Ser ants, and chddi 00 under li years of UK", half
price. A baud ol music w ill be 111 attendance. A pas
semicr Carriujjn will run regularly, leaving Noel a Co. 'a
College street, every Tuesday , Thursday ami Saturday
may je-lm.lw K. J. kUia'l'rJt, Agents.
White's (reck Springs.
riHK subsc riber w ill be prepared (tu take Urdrr
X al this watering place, li luilcs north of NaaU
ville, Uurmg the Mimiiier tacatiuu, from the Ui.tof
July to the Hist of Svplember.
There will be no barroom kept, as It Is designed
rha fly for the roonoislatioii of lamilies and individ
uals, whom..) wish to rea-rt to a juh-i sua bealUtiul
pl.ve during the heat of s immer.
The Sm intfs, formerly much visited, are too ttsll
known to require :iy elabtoate d,-criptioil .
No uins w ill be spared to reuder lbs situatiuB of
I'Ries or Hoaup : tl.&O per day ; T 00 per week.
SorvauU said childreu under 10 years of ae, half
rtr K. I ClUM. kUt.
r 'UE subacriber, as Trusu-e f,r WiUutnt Stewart and
X Mewailst O..Ki,lsuow clmg up their uuat
nsss , and idleis lor sls, a well ssMru-4 sun.k csT('ok-
i . 1 J . I . .. - .. .1 1 '. . I HIHLL4 I .1 lO.
M AlJuS, MAKUIjLli MANTl-KS, aoU TIN1 WaKK, of
ail k 1 u Us , wltaru wlU be sil low lur caaa wad la
prompt daii a the usual time.
He will sell mil ou Very rwaauuable terms 10 say ou
desiivu of gtung inl such business. Ibe stand St m
g.ssl mw I he shi.pl be beat arran ged in the cuy well
su p a led wuh kauj and ntacbiuery.
V tt.riee uidettod toWiu Siowsrt, or r-tesrt
It Uweo, must get irwty to uy. Iluaw having
claims ag tiust either ol said Dfius, wdl .eae Die
Uaeitt uc Comts With lite trustee, thai the) UJI be msm1
la Uieir order. 0.41. ikmiiiU l , Trustee,
juul Ss. Is Market ureeC
S V.M 3IO.N S SPFXT A ClaKS.
MU. FKMduVH, Uw reaowMM 'uptartaa a as tuaou
lactur.r Ol Ilia abote 1 -i T 11
kiturtajr re v; Nashville ibjr rei(uet) lu reiuata lor
a sbaart tuns only. Iass nut. Wili be given vt ba ar
rival. 1(11 lets
BY a youuj; luatt of (Oo4 business quaJllk sia as,
who has .-ee, o-suis-U-u with Ibe Urvwwry sad lj-
fim business, sad rau Corns well recouimouusl.
Address IV 01 II r. U. Jsvs-tf
Wheat aud Kje Wanted. . ,
WHEAT od BVK aranU4 hf P. C AaosaatW.ai
tbsr Wagwhovad, So. I UroaJ sirwet
Rock City Mills.
JT. IS. nAf iTIAIt Ac Co., Proprietor.
rt B A CM AN & CO., MaiM2cturer of ROCK CITY
. FLOUR, will pay the highest price at all times,
for Wheat and Corn, at their Mills, corner of Line and
Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn.
EFT AIL PRICE OF FLOUR.
From and after this date, until further notice the
KxtraFamily Flour. .$2 25
Fine Flour 1 75
Unbolted 2 25
Middlings 1 is
Fine Bran 50
Mixed Bran 60
Coarse Bran SO
Corn Meal &0c ft 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 per cent from
retail prices. J. E. BAUMAX k CO.
Mar25 ly. "
Hoofland's German Hitters
Will cure Liver Complaint, Nervous Debility, Dys
pepsia, etc., etc Read what is said of them:
G. W. BO WEN, says:
Ajtdersos, Isd., Jan. 16, 1857.
"Your Bitters give general satisfaction. I know
their virtues, and hare the Qrst case yet to bear of
where they do not give entire satisfaction. I could
get you numerous certitlcates were it necessary, but
in this community their virtues are fully established.
I am positive I sell more or them than is sold of any
three patent Medicines in this county. In my own
case I have received more benefit from them
In six mouths than I have received from the
regular Physicians 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 Office, 418 Arch St., Phila
delphia, and are sold by druggi la and store keepers
in every town and village iu the United States, Cana
das, West Indies, and South America, at 75 ceuts per
To IVervou Suirerera.
A retired Gentleman having been restored to health
in a few days, after many years of nervous suffering
willsend (free) to assist others, a copy of the prescrip
tion and a supply of the remedy, on receiving a
stamped envelope beariug the applicant's address. Irt
rect the Rev. Johx M. LUunaix, 186 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, N.Y. aprl3-tri-
a n - , I MUSCU llUUICUlSlClli 1U,UW
- . 1 , r irt
jjls tuusii men to engage iu Che sale of the most
popular selling Books in America. Invalids, mechan
ics, larniers and teachers, wishing to travel, will und
this a very proliLable and pleasant business, enabling
them to see the country and make money at the same
time. AenUj now in the busine!, are clearing irom
S-joO to &I,uoO per year, rorfull particulars, and
list of Books, address H. M. RL'LI.SOX, Queeu Cuy,
I'ublisluiitf House, 141 Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or
f living r-ast, u. KLLaO-N, rhiladelpliia, rl
Sept. ill. iy
Ml. KI.Mi'S DISPEXS.tKY
FOIl PRIVATE DISEASES.
I'R. KIN'U, formerly of New York, for
th.j last tour rears of Ixmisviile, Ken
tlx. , au.i who has devoted ti is attention to tlie treat
tneut of private diseases for over 30 years. Matters
nimself, Having attended to a practice lor so many
years, aud cured so many thousands, he is enable. I n
cure all diseases ol a private nature, no m iller how-
bad they may be from injudicious medical treatment,
or Irom neglect 01 ttieir own. lr. King s 1'ispeusary
is No Ik-aderick street, between Cherry and the
Square, fecund story, where he cures all diseases of a
Govokkiip.a cured without nauseious medicine or in
terference w ilh husinei-s.
Stkicti kks of old or recent date, effectually cured in
a few days, by an operation winch causes uo pum.
Where a --tricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mm's the constitution so much.
Svpiiiiis, with all the diseases of the skin, growing
out 01 neglect or bad treatment, cau be elleclually
cured 111 a few davs.
.-eiiival k.a kn ksm Particular attention having been
given to tli.s disease, and all the consequences grow
ing out of it. brought on iu many caes by the de
structive habits of inconsiderate Youths and excos
Bive indulgence of the assions, a neglect of w bich w ill
undermine the constitution, rendering the suhji-ct until
for business or societv.uud causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring w ith any dillicully of
ire uoinh may rest assured ot immediate rebel.
Persons residing ubroad, bv writing and stating
their case, with a fee enclosed , directed to Ir. A. King,
o z-i Keadericg street, Nashville, lenu., will have
the necessary medicine sent t their address, w ith ne
cessary directions. Strict secrecy observed. Office
hours from 9 o'clock in the morning until in the eve
ning, in. iy 2o-indwly
Fiiim lh '. Ettainj Mirror.
Gkxkral Dkbii.ity. We would ndvii-c all
who may Ihj nfflicted with General Debility,
to try McLean's Strengthening Cordial. It
is certainly a valuable remedy ; many of our
friends have tried it, aud they recommend it
very highly as a Tonic and Alterative. It is
very pi a,-ant to take.
Every country merchant, in laying in his
supplies, should he nure to take same or this
Cordial. It sells rapidly, beyond the most
sauciiine expectations of the proprietor. One
tl.iy last week he sold every lxittle ou hand.
Now. with increased facilities, he is able to
supply all demiinils. See the advertisement
in another column. je22-2w
Prepared by Pr.JAS. WILLIAMS, fo the cure of DYS
PKI"SY, and nolhiug but M'rd'EPt-Y, (as advertised in
another column,) has, by its own merits, obtained for
itself so high a reputation in Philadelphia, that Physi
cians acquainted w ith its properties, are using it them
selves and prescribing it to their patients, convinced,
by observation, of us great efficacy iu restoring the
disordered digestive organs to a healthy function. Nu
merous rases of Iiyspepsy, of the most aggravated
character, which were abandoned as incurable by
some of the Medical Faculty, have, by the use of this
Elixir, been restored to perfect health, as attested cer
I Ucates testify . aprl3-ly
Farafiinc (aniiol (oal Oil,
For Eulu icutiiis Machinery,
FOR SALE IX THIS CITY IlY
ijavi.x, i'i:ii.i;i.m a. to.,
AGENTS FOR THE
mo' ro.iL a.u oil rOaiNNy,
JJAMC OT C03I31EKCE.
NisiiMLir, Teuu., May 29, 1S&.
I wish to bay $10,000 of K-istern txchange. Also,
$10,iM4)nf American Gold, for which I will pay the
highest market price.
I w ish to sell 141)0 acres of good Cotton Land, in
Prairie Couiity , Arkansas; H) acres cleared and la
cultivation; a good new Gin, commou Dwelling and
Negro Houses, 3 "aides, &c. Call and see me.
mayai if JNo. I. JAMES.
Wills, Moons t o. mloi m the lovers of Poda Wa
ter that they have received and have now In operation
one of the Xicuol's celebrated Soda Founts, au culov'y
new pat. nl, aud the most complete one ol the kind r
ant. Their assortment of syrups is inferior to non
n Lhc e.ty aprlj
TJjN. P. Wilus' ll'imc Journal ad verlises circulars
furuislioit gratis explaining lliereasoiis why it requires
geullemaii of "accomplished mechanical genius" tu
operate a Wheeler aul Wuson's cwmg uiacliinetaiid
shy so many "cxcWlcut house keepers" can not do
Mir Tlie splendid residence on the corner of iK-ad
crick and Summer street is for rent tor the balance
of the present year. Apply at Glob k Co.'s Ex
press Ortke, or to Tksiick A: I.l can.
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DIULEll IN
HITS, CAPS AXD LADIES FlUS,
Mo, 23 1'ublle Squsrf,
niK ii:v stvli:
hi f cniMvr
18 5 8.
OOkf K ses rshle, oral and c holes sty Ira of su
O pcrau Sun itu,uf variuua coiurs, avow
FRANCISCO'S lUt Emporium.
TK. Bttua lodav our Sprtnj SlyU Mokwkln Hst
V tlA.Nel-K.Xl, Kboualjl Halter,
feb2?-tf PubUc Ckiosrw.
'1 1TE regret thai ws srs ruutticllvj to potrti lh
II - tar of lirb ptsl-d war, lliers tuviug
fcsoa imsjj detrultoa la Uh IrausiuSHUwa 0 this Mmt
As sotm as s bar rvlskbis d a is rvlervac Lo its
arrival, will gi ihruuU Ui tUJy ouraia
Ui aar frinuda sod cu4ouers
juaeU BEN J- t. fUUUl
N. H. Oar sate of Kara Or Waul sad IlsIsui dalaoa
ary a ul wruiuiy Laas pW oa Tuvsalay UM Hilt last-,
as ws ar sars If nuwts ars m s4urt)a4 U1 a
rvdy for aUibiuua sa MmwU auua
TA Hook for Hoy.
"RAX AWAY TO tUO." Aa autMbto-rarihy far
sVy. Ut lataaiB iUtxt lUux. for aaia 6y
. Jay CUAJ. W. SUITS.
St. Loos, June 22. The river has fallen
18 inches in the last 48 hours, and is t-lill re
ceding. All the upper streams are falling.
Louisville, June 22. Tbe river is falling
rapidly, with 6 feet water over the rocks on
the la 11a.
Cixcixaati, June 22. Tbe river ia falling
St. Long, June 22. Tbe river receeded pit
inches in the 24 hours ending six o'clock this
Theupper streams are falling.
New Orleans, June 21. Stith has been in
New Yokk, June 22. A tornado visited
this city yesterday afternoon, accompanied by
rain, lightning and hail. The wing of the
American Flint GlaeR Company's work. at
Hunter's point, wa blown down. The Rev.
Ralph Hoyt'a church, nearly completed, was
razed to the foundation. Oihi r damage was
done in various parte of the city.
New Orleans, June 22. Cotton, pales
1503 bales, prices Ftifl'er; sales, 3 days 7,000
bales, receipts 4.200 bales. Molasses and
sugar Eteady. Corn advancing on acconnt of
6hort supplies, 75(o:lj0. Other articles un
changed. New York, June 22. Cotton, sales 2,000
bales, 'advanced ; upland middlingl2J.
Flour firm. Wheat, southern white 1 201
25; red 1 09(1 10. Mes pork $16 50 16 75.
Whicky 22i(a;23. Tallow 9J. Sugar 57.
Cixcixxati, June 22. Flour offered at 365.
Whitkv 18. Mess pork $15. Bacon, sides
7J7 j; shoulders 5J; Bulk sides 7. Lard
nominal, 10. Linseed CC67.
markets by Xelejjrapli.
New Orleans, June 21. Cotton Sales
2000 bales; prices fii m. Sugar advanced..
Tobacco firm. Gunny bags 12 for heavy.
CUM CKLKKIIATKD HOLLAND ftMEDT TVh
DISCASi: OF THE KII).ET8,
WEAKXKS8 OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various ufTuction? consequent upon a r
Stoniacli or Liver,
Such as Iiilu.'i.'Stinii, Aeiility of tlie Stoniarh, Cholic
I'ains, Heartburn, Loss of Apietite, Dospondency,
CoKliveness , Illind anl Iileeilin 1'iles. Iu all Ner
vous Klieiimatir, and Neuralgic AlleetionK, it has. iu
numerous instance!', proved highly bvucUciai, aud il
others efleete! a decided cure.
This is a purely vejjelaMe compound, pretared on
strictly scifntitic principles, after the manner of th
celebrated Holland prolessor, lioerhave. Kecause ol
its tfreat suecess ill most of the Kuropoan lati'S, it
introduction into the t'nited Stales was intended nior
especially for those of our f.itliei laiul scattered her
and tliere over the face of this nudity country.
Meetuiu with Rreat success among; them, I now olle
it to the American public, knowing that its truly won
derful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those person
whose constitutions may have bee-n iniuired by th
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dis
solution, tieiierallv iusianLaneoiis in ellcet. it finds its
way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and quicken
ing every nerve, raising up the drooping spirit, and,
in fact, infusing new health and vigor in the system.
NOTICE Whoever exects to lind this a bevera
will be disapKiiiited ; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirited it will prove a grateful aromatic cordial
H,ssessed of singular remedial properties.
V A I -' T I O V .
The great popularity of this delightful Aroma ha
induced many imitations, winch the public shoul
guard against purcliumig. lie not persuaded to bu
anything else until you have given IWrliave's Ho
land Hitters a fair trial. One hu!e will convince o
bow infinitely siiienor it is to ull these imitations.
a foid al SI mt buiile, or six bottles lor $5,
TIIK SOI.K I'Kdl'IUKToK.
ItK-V JA.II.X I'.Kii;, Jr., dc CO.,
Manufacturing I'harinaceutists and Chemists.
Sold by Prugglsts generally throughout the United
States and t'anadas.
iold in Nashville bv
KW IN, I'KMiLKTOV k CO. , Wholesale Ag'ls
V. W. HKKI'.V HI--MiiVIl I V
1'r. A. II. ICOSCOE,
Jo. i. HltoW.V,
i. W. HKM'EltllOlT,
Ir. T. WEI I.
W ELL, Ilool'ER CO ,
IMA H HlMKIt,
And by Irugg:sts generally throughout the State
V v es U A v v i v a s.
S ' Y 1) E R IUZZr.L I.
Kh now opening a niuire and well selected stock
XI ol IK Mi ls and H r, smuble to the seuson, and
at prices lu uorressjud wilh Uie limes. Consisting in
Geu I s fine Calf Boots and Gaiters;
do Patent Ix-alher trailers, Oxford Ties;
do Calf Oxford Ties and Lasting do;
do '.Toth and lasting (i.niers;
do Calf and Patent Iulher Mrap Hi'ws.
ladies' Gaiters, plain, with aud wiliiout heels;
do Mippers, do do
do Kine 'loilel SlipfM'rs;
do Kiiie While Kid and Satin Slipisrs;
tlu do do I jailors;
do Kid Lluskins, with and without heels
Misses'Gaiiersao 1 clippers, with aud w uhout heels;
uo Kll Ifcioi, wnu ana witiiiMit ueeis;
Cliililreu's Shoes of every variety;
Hove aud Youths' Shoes of every varietv.
Ot thvabove we have something very nice for MAY
PAV. Also .--irvaiiln' .'-hoes aud Pegged Work of all
kiuus lallatNo. -I I'utinc s.i'i u e.
aprri30 31 Iublc Square.
s- o e
i sr I n
- " s
n 1 1 Ltd
i : S :
: i :
? : t r :
S in i W C S W
BEFtiRE pnrcnaslng else here, persona woulj do
well lo call and examine i&om
as I am determined to cloee out the k cheap fur
cash. J. II. Met. ILL,
junelft corner Colleee M and Njuara.
Ambrotjpes and Sphercotjpes!
XT yo want one of the above line life like minia
tures of yourself or friends. Call at GltHS" GAL'-k-KY,
coosrr tf Dmadmdt mrmt md As JkfVsve, mad
examine sprvimeoa. No trouble or expooM baa beea
luxrej tu Oitiug up ttiie etsbtubfuecit with every
ron vruiruf e aud lUe best n e aud sky 1 til la tl.
cny. tjiLire saUnf action w.ll be (ires toevery vis tor
or no cnarce Bvsde Call and see al corner uf luxl
ertrk strevt aad Stiare, over Hruauc t.
Stim lev aril.
RAN A WAY from tim autMCritxpr ikft.l httt of
Asra last, a ro auaa s.iwil tsliXjAel, (srr
aiiy calMl tUii, about du Voars old, about aia l-et M
aad a bail r two mitue bb, wru; Us 1 sr lt4 lbs.,
St rather aiosi spoken, Is a bvj U guud euuulcoaitce,
looks jrtMt tall la tbe Uur wbea Suara to , Cat rwm Lum
elf terjr L I Mtrrbasrl biw of aunLb A liar , e
Treutua, Tixtd CO , kjr., Lbry bavinf riri hsneil ban la
Kicbtuund, Vs., about a jrr sioi. 1 wUfive t Jf
IhiLlats kieart If be Is ukea and axureU in auy s4
tm a.tucky so that I f I Uou, or Una 1 load red la4
lars a taaea t of tba State ( ILy .. and avrured so
ibai I (e aisa ataia. At; addr -ss is Urajrsvuat, ToOd
Co.. Kt. JUaU-u &. fUtalNa.
A ""-""'' ' -
rUaekl aoar tu brklge, HJ tarnsw bniwe
aud stable aJLMbrd, fur tbe kUace of Lu4 rrar. u
keaatua (if aa hwme.twtstJ. . APpr 1
1 v. ...... S.
asvt9 m wu.,
IJTtOM the subscriber, on the Kb mst , st McWhur
lersville, six miles from Nashville, on the l-ba-non
Pike, a iUT House, 1 1 years old, both luud leet
white to tils pasteru joints, has a rather large head, is
newly shod on Ins lore leet, old shoes on his bind
feet, ami is a good buggy and saddle horse. I will
give a liberal reward to any one who will li-avs him
.it Singli'toti's Stable, Col lege street. Nashville, or de
liver Ii i in Lo uio at the lavern iu McWhorlersvilk.
Nashville, Juue Id, l&jS-'Jw J. A. IlKKNT.
VICTORIOUS FOR FAMILY ISE!
Opinion of tbe J udges of the late Jtle
AT the late Mechanic's Fair, held ia the
City of Nashville, in October. 1857, the
Judges appointed to examine articles in Class
43 No 17, Gkoter & Baker's Sewing Ma
chines : No. 164, Sixqek's REPORT upon
th PRINCIPAL points aud merits of the two
machines as follows :
The machines are both two-thread machines,
that is, using two separate threads for making
the stitch; that of Gkoter & Baker using the
thread from COMMON SPOOLS WITH TWO
NEEDLES ; and that of Singer's using one
spool and one needle, the other thread work
ing from a BOBBIN INCLOSED in A SHUT
TLE, and, in the opinion of tbe committee, is
bst adapted to FINE CLOTHING, SAD
DLERY, &c. '
The G ROVER & BAKER as the LEAST
COMPLICATED MACHINERY, AND, OF
COURSE, EASIER MANAGED; advantage
of USING SPOOLS WITHOUT RE-WIND
ING ; and, with the exception of fine cloth
ing, saddlery, Ac, in the opinion of the
Committee is BEST SUITED FOR FAMILY
f" The part of this report referring to
the Singer Machine as bet adapted to fi
Clothing was intended to be UNDERSTOO
BY THE COMMITTEE as best FOR MANU
FACTURING CLOTHING BY TAILOR
IN WORK-SHOPS, AC. THE SAME I
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY, C.
NASHVILLE SEWING-MACHINE COMPANY
NO. 4. I'l ISI.IC SiQl'AItE,
Nashville, Tenn. .
Nashville, Tenn., January 'JO, 1858 tf
NEW DRUG STORE.
DR. B. J. WELUI.
JNO. U. HOOFER.
A. K. JOKE
WELLS, HOOPER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemi
cals, Faints, Varnishes. Oils,
Dye-stuffs, Brushes of all
kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar
ticles, Fine Wines and Li
quors, (for Medical Purpos
es,) Fine Cigars and Tobac
co, Scotch and Maccaboy
Snuffs, &c. &c. No. 21 Cedar street,
RK now receiviiic al their Store a large and pen
J A. erul assortment of lre.su Drugs, fits., for the
Summer Tra-ie, embracing everything to be called for
m a DniK tffcire.
Tliey have also just receivM a large lot of Pure
bite I-eail and fcuow t bite Zinc iu oil, which they
will sell very low for cash, llio-e who wish to dis
guise their old donucils by giving them a new dress
woui.i an well lo (five tui in a call. They have all the
various culors, ground iu oil,geuerally used by Taint
Those who want Pure and Fresh Drugs aud Medi
cines win no wen ui givo mem a call.
P. S. Prescription- neatly and accurately corn
pounded at all hours by experieuced Prescriiitionists
TIIK OLD D0311MOX
COF V i: 10 IOT.
nHIS new Corn-: Put, for which a patuut lias been
A. issued, H!essea lli is UvauiagtHjver all others
you limy boil oottee in it for any length of lime, with
out a particle of the strength or aroma escaping. One
fourth less codec is required, and the lull flavor o! the
berry related. A large number of testimonials tiave
been received from those who have used it. We
have space tor ouly one :
Tun uld iHisiMoN Cruc PnT. We have had in use
now, for over two months, one of these much talked
ot couVe pots, and we lin t that it d.-ci, in all respocts,
what is claimed lor it. You may boil roilce in the Old
iHuuiiiion lor any length of time you choose, aud yet
lose none of the delicate aroma or strength. This
desirable end is utuiined by a simple, bul ingenious
contrivance iu the shais; of a condenser, w uh dou
ble syphons, by means of winch tlie aroma bearing
vapor, winch usually gis-s all over the house or up
the chimney , is condensed aud thrown back into the
collee boiler, and you have its delicious Oavor in the
cup you bring to your lips, lu all our exK-rauice of
cortee-iriukitig, we never Iouud anything eu,ual lo
w hat we now have daily at on r morning meal. It is
the perlectiou of cudee 7'AiiuXr(at4 JCvrninj Jour
Kriz'-t 1, 1 ,', 2, 3, 4, 0, 10, aud W quarts. Lar
ger sins made tu order.
For tale by
J. AV. AVII.SO.-V,
Furniskiii and Fancy Goods
I HAVE Ji :.-T KKCFJVFJ) MY
SPRI.NG A.D SU313IER
STOIK CF Fl RMSIinC 1D FA.MY GOODS,
Co.NslSTIVt; IN PART Of
White and Colored Marsailles Shirts,
White Linen Hoeom shirts;
Colored Cambric slnris. wTrrsnted to fit.
Also, a few Una KMHKolIfcIlLL rdUKTS, for Parties
1M)Y'S SUlltrS, plain and embroidered, all siree.
IMiUlWtUK, of Silk, Lisle, Gaure, Uermo, Linen.
HALF WISE, white, brown and fancy Silk, Liale,
Merino, CoiioC, Ac.
Ail styles ol Scarfs, Stock, Napoleons, Tie and
FANCY GOODS, consisting of Sandalwood, Spanish,
i lain anu raucy ivory auu I allu iJtml ra&s.
Also, lilies and l.entlerui-n's Traveling Case and
Cabas, Writing lesks, Port Monies, aud Kasors, aiugle
or iu setLS.
Also, a suMrior lot of VD-T BUTTON'S, of Cameo,
Stone, Shell aud Glass.
CANKS every siw and style of F-bonr. Bamboo,
ir.i.i . D..I.I ..... . ' '
J. II. McOlLL'S.
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furmshiug aud Fancy Store
ornrr oi uh eqoare auu lAttiege street.
STLW-EXC1XES A.D riRflLAR SAW-SILLS
THOS. J. XANCK,
Cornrravllle aud Mtflby villrv Trnii,
H pre pa re. 1 to furnish and nut nn Siun.Fnsma
J. Circular Saw-Mills and Machinery generally , of the
Dan improved styles at the short OoUce. Keeji on
band for sale Ibe Norcns-a Patent Circular Mills, a
Messrs. Jofcnson, Wearer Co., Nashville, Teun.
iy ft f)f)f) FFJCT Worked W hlta Ptna Flooring
e ;uh rfKrireu ana lur sale Of
d. u lucxrr
THERE CAN HE HAD AT .
R. D. BLUM'S - '
Plain I Oraimfntal En?rai in? E.tabliiliiatnt
SEALS for Masons, I. O. O. F s t Teaxfssrmac,
N"WSs Public. Insurance. Kailrosul and lWi. L-
K-d t ornpvoie, LAMirts .-HaLsa, A-r . Asr, Maarxatu.
t . dlul M. .h L 1 . .
. . . ' . ym Mtff.fai to urt9r IOT
fciacksiuatw aaU Stlversmttus.ia Ut4 for ail lissae ttaa
arfsi faiiers w La smv i. m .. . , . - . .
lit 1 1 H.S taffsiA tr:. S lluu .
e-d lo sump rfMrer.Onfaf, Brraea, Iron and anLeea wrod
- umi uae wntea sujay to U stamp aaetf.
tteartlB erf all kiaaa saada lu vilr J..i. ..i.
aad repair!. . o j niX'M.
Isxnd-rrt stro-t. door from the Pvt-uc Suitor e op.
aoaeks Uvs Kepabiicaa Banner UaVa.
conn. ,! ;. .
1 ri Onn Bitx cons WAVm immoi-
a vr. v ate 1 jr.
D. R I4CKXT.
sciuns oin omt otr.t
rpfTE retnaiader af the awk af Rich Par Banaata
1 aad MA4aar, Com, at tha New York lUnuoriam,
WAX Ka aw4 vaaia Ui avta at a graat aacrtaca.
ubrwt raa i HtaHw ai J aUkar eoaaMiaraixs.
aAcaaaa sauscy taaaa ai 50 aaai ea Uta awUea.
L. H. tAXIEX.
M- W .THlLLirS.
B. & BESSXKT.
LAMER, PHILLIPS & CO.
AND DEALERS IX
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 39, Maajurr Snugcr,
TTE are now in receipt of a large and, choice as-
V sortment of
. Groceries and Liquors,
comprising every article In our line, and to which we
would respectfully solicit the attention of the trade.
300 hhds La. Sugar;
100 bbls Bait. Crushed 12S bx Havana do;
Sugar; Sou bbls Molasses:;
50 bbls Powd. Sugar; 150 X do do;
25 " Grandulaled do; 60 bbls Golden Syrup;
50bxsDKLoaf do; 15 Uerces Clarined Sugar ;
6S0 bags Rio Coffee;
50 cask English Soda;
100 dozen Buckets;
40 nests Tubs;
60 a bxs "Hare' Extri"
75,coo ass Cd Cigar, 'extra
25 tierces Klee :
30 cases Pickles;
50 " Matches;
75 coils Lulu Kope;
'1 csks Initch Madder;
10 ceroons Indigo;
1 bbls Alum,
Ax., ax., kc.
2'J5 " Iau;uira Coffee:
60 " Pepper;
35 " Spice;
15 SS. Almonds;
15 bbls Pecans;
175 kilts Mackerel;
75 cases Teas;
3o0 bxs ttar Candles;
350 " Summer do;
2'i " Boslou Soap;
50 " Foxes' Starch;
"5 cases Surdiues;
400 bxs Scotch Herrings;
150 bales Colto. Twine ;
6 cask Malaga W'iue; 200 cases St. Julian Clareet;
5 ." oiu Sherry- 50 " '-ilaut Tallen" do
10 " Old Port Wine; "extra;".
U" Madeira " 100 baskets Champagne;
3 Pipe Cliamimirno 75 cases Chainpatine Cider:
50 " Brandies as't'd,
40 " Brandy Cherries;
150 bbls Country Whisky;
600 " KecllUed do;
300 pack 'g 8 Ihjiu. Brandies,
15,' pits Otard, Uupuy
4t Co , Cognac
10 casks Jamaica Rum;
.5 " Louisiana do;
LANIER, PH1I JJPS At CO.,
No 3a Market street.
NOEL &. CO..
- And JVesUera lu
100 hhds. fair t choice Su- bxs. Havana Sugar;
10 hhds c landed Sugar;
'lb bbls. LoapSugar;
10 " powdered Sugar;
600 bags Rio Coffee; 76 bags Laguyra Coffee;
100 bag Java Coffee;
400 bbls. Pike's Whisky; 40 do. Fine Brandies;
M0 " Iiean' do; 75 bbls. American Brandy ;
350 WiUhire do; 10 Malaga Wine;
150 box. super old Braudy; 15 " Giu;
75 bbls & y bbls. Cherry 50 ' Walker's sup. Ale;
Brandy ; 60 boxes St. Johu's Claret
15 barrels superior Port Wine;
Wine; 75 baskets Champagne
75 bbls. Smith's Reserve Wine, assorted;
Whisky; 30 boxes Champagne Ci-
50 bbls. pure Rye do; der4
30 do. Mouougahela do;
25 boxes ES. Powell's To- 00 boxen Jack Falstaff
hacco. Tobacco, .
20 boxes Southern Belle 30 bxs. Com'. Tobacco;
. Tobacco; 15 " Industry Tobacco;
10,000 Naoleon Hilars; 7,000 Jenny Und Cigrs;
5,Ks Josephine Cigars; 30,000 Bratids, assorted;
We will also purchase at the highest market praxes
me loiinwing articles oi country produce.
Lard, Cotum Yarns,
lined Peat lies,
White Beans, Meal.
Chew inr Tobacco
Orchard Orass Seed,
Blue (irass "
Herd's Urass "
Potatoes. &c., ke.. kc.
Country deulirsand farmers having any of the above
for solo will do well to call ou us when they visit the
city. Juuo 20 tf
A. C GAKTKK. riOJX G. M'KaV.
w. c. w iLsroKo.
CAIITEH, M'KAY & CO.,
Auction and ('ommlwlAn, Itecelvlug
aud sV orardiiig
AND bULKKS 151 .
Fine BranJifs, Uuics and Domestic Liquors,
No. 73, Public Square,
OCR business will be coutiuued under the same style
and tim as berutolore. ltiaukful to our custom
ers and trH'tids,tor their liberal patronage, we respvet.
fully solicit a couluiuation of the aaiuo. .
A. C. CARTER,
FFJJX O M'KAY,
Jan 26 tf W. C. WLU-FOK1).
WE have been appointed sole A gouts of Nashville
for the Side of James Thomas' jr., (of Kichmoud
Va.,) Celebrated Tobacco.
Just received '200 boxes of the following brands, vis:
JfcWtX K Ot'HIB,
MX BY TWIST,
BL ITLK OF SPONGE CAKE,
which we w ill sell at Uio Manufacturers' prices for
CAKTtK, M'KAY CO.
W. II. GORIMKN &, CO.,
Forwardiui and loiiimissiou Mrrrliants,
Liarket and Front Streets,
Innfi BARRKLS Julius II. Siniib s Whisky;
,lUvi 5O0 barrels Chenowelli's do;
6oo barrels old Bourbon and Rye Whisky f
250 boxes line Brandws, 1 dozen each lu store
and for sale by W. 11. UoIUhjN k Co. .
AFl'l.L Bt'H-k of Fair bank celebrated Scales, Dor
mailt, Platlorm, iinareis, Couuti-r and BeaTns.
Also, Hay ami CaU bcales, In elore, lis; sale at Facto
ry prices, by W. ii. OOKlHiN at CO.,
uuitt Sole Agents for Middle Teunessee.
14 Q HHPS. Common, Fair, Prune aud Choice Lou
lO IH.aoa Sugar;
list barrels crufhed Sugar;
1.5 " Uial Sn,!ar;
to " Clai ifliNl Sugar;
0 boxes while Havana Sugar; in store and for
sale by W. 11. OUiUsjN CO.
inn W'OLF. boxes Werk k Co' Star Candles;
1UU 2oo hall boxes Werk 4: Co'a "
HHI quarter boxea " M 44
2isj boxes MaUuion Starch;
1 ,(KKI " Prescou Co' No. 1 and extra Soap;
n store and forjAbr W. il. bOKUoN k Co.
Kl'.GS Saenberger's Nails, all sisea;
loo kegs hour barrel nails;
loo Ouishmg '
lis) leucuig "
60 4, 5, and inch Bpikes;l store
and for sale by
W. H. OUKIsjN a CO.
QUICK & MEAD,
Coiii in on and Forwardlnc
WHOLESALE i RETAIL FLOI R k FEED STORE
At the OU "7bu- flour Drmd,'
Ho. 11 Sou CoU-ffa SU-Mt, Xaal iTilla, Tens.
AUENTU for UKdK-vllie Mills, Tenueasea.
New-York - "
FIr-ur, Feed, ele , AT PRICrS TO M IT THK TTVE3.
txtra Family Flour, wholesale, Si 25; Keuul $t 50
Superuua " " t 00 " 25
Fine " i 50 " 1 75
t u bolted " 44 - 00
Middling ' 44 44 1 00 " i
hboru " 44 44 70
Coarse Bran 80c. , Fine and Mixed 47 t,c. ; iloal 6oc.
When se'luug by the quantity, a liberal discount will '
to allowed to suit purcaers. i
All articles delivered lo aay part of tbe City free Of
The highest market price paid fur all kmos ol
A superior article or Extra Monad renasylvaaa.
Buckwural Flour, oa hand aad for sale kw al
jaa-l-u Vri li a. Au sun.
B. LANIER & CO.
wuols vlv. no ecus
Dcalen ia Fartisii ind Domntie Liqoori
Ia. i Aarliet fclrt, "
Mar. 5 U. KAUTILXX, TXXNUftEZ
PALES 14 aaa 4 Oaaharf;
1 tMlea t tack Baccuu;
10 tMiea I IH-iHiu;
bO 44 itrta, UraJ Hill aa4 fWnx ttbeetlacs;
lJka) boa's CuUu Vara, all aoantwrs; aieturaa4
fur aala by W. tl. UUtUaiS tA,
JU.H Aaeala lur Tiuainari M.aararmrar
BX Mar Caa4k tut aaie ka sua IraJe at
tiaciiiwati MKa by
11ARKH k OU.
FOIUTII WARD LrHBEIl YARD,
No. C8 Summer street.
irxcES. sawcils A.a muds.
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AGRICULTURAL & SEED WAREHOUSE,
69 3IARKET STREET, NASimLXE. TEXN.
"WEi'E UXSD A LARGE STOCK OF REAPERS, THRESHERS, Ac- &c
' ' t w'cn e offer upon the mot favoiikUe lerins. Below will Lw fouud & hat ot lb Tri
ous Implements aud Machines we Bell
RUGG-S CENTRE DRAFT lffeAPER AND MOWER. NEW YORK HAND RAKING
Kcapt-r PelU Maany's Self Raking Ueper and Mower. P. Manny's Hand Ralunir
lieapor and Mower. J
ARMSTRONG Y CO., Acivrs-
T TOFFATT'S FOUR HORSE THRESHER AND CLEANER. MUNN R FOFR HORSE
HI Power and Thresher. Munn's Two Horne Power and Thresher. Railroad Two Homo
Power Thresher and Separator. Railroad One liors Tower Thn-nher and Separator.
ARMSTRONG A CO, Agents.
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES FROM THREE TO TWENTY HORSE TOWER
Stationary Engine from Ten to Forty Horse Power. Doul.le ami Single Portable Circu
lar Saw Mills. Mulay Saw Mills. Portable Grist Mills.
SINCLAIR'S TOWER AND HAND STRAW CUTTERS. CUMMINGS'S POWER AND
Hand Straw Cutters. Sauford'a Hand Straw Cutters.
ARMSTRONG Jt CO, Agetts.
MILLER'S STEEL PLOWS; T0RTAI5LE HAY TREVES-,:
Avery's Cast Plowo; Uevolvinp Hav Kiikes; "
Hall A Sjwars'.s Plowi4 Expanding Cultivatorx;
Ged'les' H urows; Hole H.m'k;
Corn Shellers; l'otat Dippers;
1 Turn nil rr'n K:in f;i t . f- a.
We inTy 'r tl largC 8UI'Pljr f rilWtt'r rarLi' Land ilt'r.'HydrauMe Cements, Ac, Le
Will leave a Stubble
THE AUOVE CUT IS AN ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE
Manufactured by 3Iiller, AVingate &. Co., of Iiuvill(, Ky, a it will appear at
work in the field. We bare one of thene Matkiiien net up iu complete Workings Order
at our Store, to which we invite the attention of Farxeiuu 1
Price, including Neck Yke, Double Treea, ic., complete; $150. """"""""
MACEY t HAMILTON,' Aoknt Nashville, Tenn.
Patent Circular Saw Gummer.
THE ONLY MACHINE IN EXISTENCE FOR GUMMING CIRCULAR SAWS WITnj
out rick of INJURY to the Saw. Alo, Circnktr San of all aizea, from 10 to GO
nchfs. AImj, Saw Mandrels for all hizea of Sawa.
MACEY A HAMILTON.
UMMINCS PATENT HAY, STRAW
Hand or llorxe Power. Also, yttniora s
GUM BELTING. STEAM PACKING. CONDUCTING HOSE, HEMP AND COTTON
Packing. Lac Leath-r. DU FOUR'S Bolting Cloth,Pages &. Child's Patent Circakix Saws
Wove Wire for Rolling Screen, Lc, iic, on baud by
MACEY Jk IIAMILTON.
CORN SHELLERS. GRAIN CRADLES AND SNATHS, COTTON AND TOBACCO
GRIFFIN'S GENUINE Scy Uie L lades, aud al) kinds f Edge TooU, on band and 111 tal
at the lowest prices. MACEY t IIAMILlCA.
Building and House-keeping Hardware.
LfK-KS. BUTTS, HINGES, BOLTS AND SCREWS, TABLE CUTLERY. PLATED FORK
aud Spoons, aud all other articles utted in the Building o .Housekeeping line.
. . ...... ItfACEY A HAMILTON
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK QF SAWS, FINE BRACES" AND BITTS, COOK'S
Ii. patent and Snell's Augurs, Bitta, Uoriuc Machine, Morticing Machines,
Plane or all kinds. IUim-m, rawing ivnives, Ac, on Hand aud lor sale at the low. t rates
by MACEY 4 HAMILTON.
Wool Card Clothing,,
xrANUFACTURED BY JAMES SMITH & CO, OF PHILADELPHIA-A C0MTUTTE
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P. & C. ANDERSON,
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Brandies, Wines, Wlilskj, tlta,
Dealers In Uares, Lar4 mm Cmtrf
rralar(, ef ry deatrriplt
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ttj HAVE aaw to ata,aa4 oKt for Sale cbasp,
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Flour! Flour! Floor! '
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av- t. C.ANMl,iU.
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.
X- HcCALL, VANLEEE & CO.,
French, English, & American Ilardware
GUA'S AND CU'ILERY,
Clacksmitli.and Carpenter Tools; also
Building and Railroad Hardware,
pign oi me mg jraaiocK,
NO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAP. TUE SQUARE,
ARMSTRONG Jc CO, Agents.
ARMSTRONG & CO.
from I to inches High.
AND CORNSTALK CCTTUC FOU EmiER
and Sinclair s Mr aw Cutters for aal by
. . MACEY & liAMJLTONV
MAClir erk. ILVMIIaXOX,
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Cash for l)rj and Green Hides.
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" Iry aaJ wrwa Halaa, deli Ter tnl at our tirocerr
re, No. 3, Uroail street.
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A uaaa cuaaty, Ivmm , for sale br
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