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Beat's Bank has resumed specie pay
ment. So says the McMinnville Era.
I0l0lr5alf (Brofr rtr v
L H. LAXnOL . M- W JHIIXira. B. C UM8UT.
NEW HARDVAKE HOUSE..
, EATU2DAY M0EKINOt:.......JTJin:28,1858
NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS.
"WiaMaij to eonflne our business as near as
possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we hare deter
mined hereafter to collect our subscriptions,
witMn the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this
. determination into effect, we have placed onr
' "whole city list in the hands of Mr. JOHN J ACK
VOV, long connected with oar Office as
Clerk, who will mik 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
ss'ves the necessity of making four payments
Iu -inq the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in
-advance for the whole vear.
We hav received the last annual catalogue
of thU institution, for the Academic year
1837-8. It shows the University, which is
located at Lebanon, Tenn., to be iu a most
flourishing condition. Probably no school in
the Southern States, except the University of
Virginia, can boa.t of as large a list of t-tu-dents.
For the year just closed, there were
in the Collegiate D.-partnieut 165 etudfiits
the Preparatory school, 117 in the Theo
logical Department, (exclusive) 5 in the
Law Departm-nt. 188 Engineering, 6 mak
ing a total of 481. Tie course of instruction
is rxtfod-d and thorough, and ia point of
health ami moral culture no point affords
facilities superior to those of Lebanon. We
espi?cially congratulate the able Faculty of
the Law D.-partment on the success which
has crowned their efforts to establish a Law
School of the very first order iu the South.
Tht hiwtory of this school is as brief a its
career ha been brilliant. It was commenced
in October, 1847, as an experiment, witn a
das.-!, which numbered, for the entire first
year 23. Its program from that time has been
t-teady and rapid, and now, at thejend of the
I lib year, its clans mounts up to 188. We
know of no parallel in the history of Law
Schools; and we can confidently affirm that
its success has in no respect excecd'-d its sub
stantial merits. There is no school in the
Union which off' rs better advantages for the
acquisition of a legal education, and none
which can present a faculty of profonnd-r
juridical attainments or better qualified ,to
impart instruction. The credit of building
up this school is due first to the lion. An.
CaRctmeks, aud next to the valuable ass St
ance rendered him by the veuerable and dis
tinguished Judge (Iukks. May they live long
to reap the rich harvest of their houorable
ud assiduous tuiL
Steamboat aud Itlr IS'ews.
June 25. Clifton. Pittsburg.
Liuck City, H.trpeth Shoals.
Dr. Robertson, Psducah.
The river is falling; with 2ft;t nine inches
water on tin F.hual.s.
Weather dry and very hot.
The B. M. Huni'in. from St. Louis, on ar
riving at the abu.i-. found waiter suflioicnt for
her to come ovit, but unlurkily there were
two lo.i.t- aground iu the t.lnuuH I. and not
being aide to get around thui, she was pre
vented from arriving at the cily.
The LL'a hit yesterday for Clarksville to
connect with the Rtnym for St. Louis.
The Dr. Ru'titiuH left yesterday to connect
with the liii IUiuer from Xew (irleaus, and the
J. 6. Cluie, from Mcuiiihi.
Au mxi Abdrisa. The Alumni Society of
the University of Xa-hvillc will be unusually
fort. mat-: in having an Address from Hon.
William Ykkgkji, of MisHMppi, on the oc
:tsiiuuf their appniaching Annual Meeting.
Judge Yeu;kk was, for several years one of
the Supreme Judges of .Missi.-sippi, and, iu ad
dition to his profound aecixniili.-hmeiits as a
jirict, is a lii.e orator and one t the most
el nil scliol.ti H iu the Uuioa. lie is a gra
duate of the University, undone of her bright
est jewels, lie coiues now, aft ;-r twenty years,
to rvft h.s ft How aliuuui, and pour out a
t-parkiitig libation to the houor.aud glory of
Alrnu Mitiv, 1 1 ill be a most happy reunion,
of the minds Oiat entered upon active life
through the same cherished portal; and we
trust it will 1 ml to a renewal of the zeul for
the interests and advnneeineiit of the Univer
sity, uhich iu days past burned with such
National Hack C-onb'. A Couvention
waa held iu Louisville, on Tuesday fur the
parposc of selecting a city iu ki:h should
Ik vtal.li.-ht d a "National ILtce Course,"
Jt id ly a private telegraphic fiispateh re
ceived here on Wednesday rwuiujr by the
Editor of - Voutii;' 'iirit of v Jouth,"' we
nndersiaud it asJi finitely snU 4 to be held
i i that cit v; but w 'netliei the ( )akl.uid course''
is to le usedywo. tarn or a new one wade forth
with, has not been arraiiixl. Jlr. Sami'ei.
J. Caktek, the present lMef tke Nashville
Course, it !a ixectel, a ill hate the ' O.ik
laud' at the teriuiuatioa of the jireseut les
neeship. Iuk aw .MKitic.tx i-yci.op.kmi. ne nre
pi -used to leurn that Mr. .Mlknjl.. has. thus
ir, been quite successful iu procuring sul-
scrilsTS to this invaluable wuk. n library
shoul.l Ik- w iLLoutit. Every heuifuf a laniily,
vho desire t pliace within the nsach of bis
children, a work whose iil antu-si to them
are vat, should not fail to subscribe.. The
waul of such a work isd.tily felt, in almost
all situatiiwa ia lift. We feci th.it mo would
Lave bevn savtd an immense deal of labor.
during the years we li.tve l-i-en conaocbsl with
the press if lad biul a work of this char
acter, ail we aave seized the oj)iortunity to
jjet it with aridity. No liht consideration
could induce us to do without it.
Chf.ap. The two -eau steamers, Ilenaau
ad Washington, abitut 2,404 tons burthen
(rejri?itred 1,00 ami 1,850 tons respectively,)
with all theft-furniture, bedding, table wrt ke.
mirrors, Ac, eoujpleie, were sold at New York
ou Tuexlay ataucliou toCupt. William Tyson,
fjr the Rum of Si6,0J. or 23,OOJ apiece.
They were built In 1817, ud are therefore
but little over ten yearn old, aud are supposed
to lie iu very good couditiou. Their oriyiual
cot was about $500,000 apiece.
The (ale of these steamers, it I rumored,
has refer -uee to au axieiupt which U about lo
be made t open lUi Nicaragua route to CalU
fornix miller the kU.-01oe cm tntt 1 rissarl
I'ttoFK-ssott Auasaiz. It Deems from a state-
liD 'Ul in the Atheuu-uiu that "alter all, aud iu
apite of his many former refusals, 1'rofeasor
Aifassiz, ot Eostoii, will be won over for the
directorshipof the Mum um of Natural His
tory of the Jardin d s I'lanU S. at i'aria. It
appears to be a favorite wish of the Emperor
apoleou to draw this c l braU-d ts-holur,
vhorie personal acijuuiutauce he made iu
Switzerland, to 1'aris. Aasi had beru
offered a salary of 25,000 franca, and tLe
immediate Scuaton-hip, which biiofs another
30.000 fraucs; aud at luat he baa consented
t go over to I'aria for a verbal and penoual
.-2r A dispatch from Waahlngton aaya dLv
reparailou will be mode immediate!.
&We learn from the N. Y. Timet that the
fare between Buffalo and New York has been
reduced by the Erie Co. to $2 40.
Hon. John- A. Dix, it is rumored, has been
decided on to succeed Mr. Mason as Minister
at Paris. He was one of the original Buf
falo Platform Free-Soilers.
St- 'I don't care bo much about the bugs',
said Mr. Wormly vto the bead of the genteel
private boarding house in wbich he dwells,
'but the iact in. madam, I haiu'tot the blood to
tjxirt you 6ee that yourself.'
George Pkabodt a Loser bt the Missis
sippi Floods- The Cairo City property Com
paay, whose destructive lowes are d'.-scribed
in another column, is reprefenU-d by stock
j to tbe amount of $4,000,000. of which George
Feabody owns $700,000, haviDg purchased
theaarae during his visit to this country last
Straw Overshoes. A patent has been
granted to a citizen of Utica for a new kind
ot overshoe, designed for persons traveling
by sea aud laud. It is made of braided straw.
Straw bein? a non-conductor of heat, the
natural warmth of the foot is retained, with
out being subject to dampness by the foot
sweating, the straw being porous, and either
absorbing the dampness or allowing it to
Fiu.nkux, Tenn., June 23,1858.
To the Memliert nf the Xaskcilte Typographical Union:
Icab Sirs: The undersigned, a Cuminitte of Invi
tation, appointed by the Cuiiim tl e of Arrangements,
fur a Public Dinner, to be given at Franklin, on Sat
urday the 31 of July next, to celebrate the 83d Anni
versary ol our National Iudepcn ieuce, do most cor
dially invite you to be present, and participate Willi
us iu the fetivitie of the day.
L. C. Wagoner,)
J iii.v L lliH.es,
E. V. A.MiKfcWS,
N. C. luvii),
11. C. r-'I.VCLalK,
Na.suville, Juno 25, 1858.
ileri. Wajoner, Ilmue, Andrew, David and Sinclair:
Sikm: Your invitation to participate iu the cerc
monieH i if the 3d of July, has been received and con
sidered by the Xashvilie Typographical Union, aud
tin, undersigned iiislmeled to acquaint you with its
accept nice. Not only as a matter of pleasure have
we resulvi'd to join you in tlio commemoration of our
National Birthday , hut also as a stern duty we owo to
the uieniorifs of the revered patriots who achieved
our freedom. We regard it tiie duty of every Ameri
can to use his uiiuot endeavors to H-rpeliiale aud ni
si. I into the minds of the youth of the country a ven
eration and hive lor the di-eils of the Fathers of the
Kipubhc tle-y should he constantly reminded at
what great sacrifice our liberty was wou, what super
human exertions and heroic devotion it required to
throw olf the yoke of tyranny , and proclaim their
freedom. The name of Washington, and those of his
oiiiipairii Ls, should ever be remembered with the ho-l.i-st
veneration never associated with aught that is
a it pure, and bears not thu sump of truth aud seal of
Let us, th-n, Join in doing homage to the memory
of our Revolutionary f '.
H. C. MacLauohun,
J. 1.. Kiiirt,
To tUe Alumni of llie I'ulveralty of
Vou are hereby untitled thai the next Annual Meet
ing of the Society ill hr held at the Theatre, on
Wedn.-s-lay, June yoth, at K o'clock, 1. M.
The Address ill bu delivered by the Hon. Vn.
YeiEK, of Jackson, Mi.-s. A full attendance of the
members is earnestly solicited.
ItiHAJi Vai cii.v, R. C. Fuktfr, 3d,
John M. I.ka, II. M. R. Fogo,
J". Limislkv Nic hoi., K. E. Ibkkv,
jeC1-M Ciiiniiiitiee of Arrangements.
FiinoiiM ok Tlir Pati:iot : In justice to Johs P.
wiviiwamii, acainst whom we tiled Hills of Attach
ment and Injunction in the Chancery Court at Waver-
ly, Venn., notice of which was published in the Pa
triot, w c would Male that the said John I. Wood ward
has returned and satisfactorily arranged the matters
iu regard to winch said Udls were filed. June '2,1S58.
( C. IUVE..
E. I'. B1FFLK.
Je2-tri-wwH J. ?, SPAIN.
JLiS- For fine Pocket arid Table Cutlery
call on MoCai.l, Vam.eer &, Co.
FI!IIAY, JUNE 25m.
AUIUVAI.S I P TO 8 P
J M Sharpe 4 lady, Frank- W S Sh iford, Ark;
lin li-nii; W J I'olk. loluinlua:
W H Greuiilaw, Memphis, I' K Il irUiu, Mirs:
Col It A ll-n, I. id; M.ss Iturtoii. do
1 J OCole do W Cimiimt, Tuscuiubia;
V Mrliowel. Trenton; A JuUmi, I' s A;
J Wol.ir.dg--, Suiiiiii. rvrile.E A Itorison, Va;
J ii H..1I, C. iv nit; Ion; J W Nichols, Nashville;
J Johnson, Coliuntiut: J lluitwell, Uo
IVhil.-liel.l.t'oliiinbiis: J W Width. SI";
K KOintliain. SprmglWdd; S 1. Price, Miss;
W A J.-lll.-s, l.idv v t, (. Marks, do
Il'.lly -limine Mrs G M iglele, S C;
G I. Kilth, N V ; W .1 Itiown, Geo;
J P Rifli-r, I liu.iifo; W S Parrisli. Va;
J I. I'i'W.dl. It. turned; C I'erar At lauy , lllinoiR;
It H J Wells, do W P I'nriiell A. sev t, La;
K F Abli. v, Ubaiion; ! Walker & son. N O.
J ,M I'avidson, Lincoln co; W J W hite, Ihividsoli ;
l Jlct Irllaiel. KT. J J ( onus, X Y;
7. F Freeman, Ala; A I .Niniisiou, do
J F lleii'lerson, Columbia; W Corvan, Miss;
J Cuniiiiiehiini, MiASouri; SS Blown, Sail Antonio;
R fiiliiiiiigham. Ait V A An lei sou. Miss;
A ti Kaiiultt, do li W Williams, la,
) II Gale, lady k 4 ciiil'en ; J I. Hodge, do
M Ij'.is; A 1 liowe. Miss:
M S tooM'r, ia; Miss Steuett. Ky.
JOHN Yttttlv. aV c:o..
Rook Sellers, KooK-Dindfrs and
ELAXK BOOK MIM FACTIRERS,
Mo. 38 I nion street,
1 1 a k p i: irs 3 1 a ii a z i i:,
R reived by Jul IN YORK k CO.
Frank. Leslie's 3Iagazine
Foil Jt LY.
Th beciuuiiiK f a volume, and a splendid number
Just received and h-r -tle by
Je24-tf F. II AO AX.
rUxcaiirr' Hiktoky ivtui Aatuijeav Rcvolitioji.
I'AKros'it j, or Aim. in Rit.
Sei'lUilMSi'H SfcKMOXS. 4 Vols.
rt'HI.KON'H S.ll.ST 1II Ul-sSAVIOR.
Koraluby Url0' JOHN' YORK CO.
Siiittlilauil, Padiicali, Iotiit
Tillr, St. L.oui a ml 3Ieiiipliis
ra n m
UlAVIXU XASlIMUi ox
Tlontlajra, Urdnrtdiyt, Thuradaya,
aud Nalurdi, at It) o'clock. A, .TI.
The new Mlt-U'li l ia.sne,i jer S-ainw. MIXFTOXKA,
Ca4. li t". MatH'iw. w ill levn Njbville ou Muadaya
ud lbur i) at 10 o olock, A. M.
The light drauiihl i.ifiT uteamer, Ct MA, Cant.
Jjmks W. Hut, Mill Imr, Naahvill ou WvdUMsUya
aad haturdaya at 10 o i li k .AM
Tho llKhl dranrht iaiwM.:rr ktranier IllJlVClIK
I.tW L. l aK. Joh U Il4,ms, Will Inavc NashvUla
on Tura lay a and Fri ia , at 10 o'clock, A M.
Th l"K named ara tlil rlaaa liht draught Paa.
ruer ihwU, and they wi.l leak a rturly on thair
iNuniod da t, makiti. c. linccu c at raducali witn
the t'uifd tUU Mad wliU lof IU abova named
plarea. For fmbl or (auaaa appiv on board or to
)aU A. IIAMIt.lUX, Anav,.
1"HOM Ui (ubatitMr, n liu) Km mat , at McWbor
Wraville.aiv nnl.a Iniu ,ValiTliU, oa IIm Iba
nn Pika. a Hr llia.-. l y-mrt ol.l, bsita biud Ivrt
wliita to nia uaaAvru J- aula, baa a rather karf e brad , m
naaly U.1 ou but lora li-ct.oid alewa ua b.a bind
fnrt.and ia a aood butfity aud rahila l-wr. I will
aiva a liberal r-ard ! ujr una Uo v II War lulu
at S4UKlrSHI a Stabta, "il. kO atrert, Xaahvl.la, or d
hver u.iu Ut mo ai Ui fa, era in 11c WuiMtrnerill.
Xaalmdla, Juuo 16, ts&w.'ar J. 4. BKKVT.
BY virtu of v-b writ of Firn la bm 4iror-
fd, from lb t ruHJi.al Court 01 Itavidaua aouatf ,
at IU April Icrm, fto, ia (.h? o tha Maw ot lea
aae aaiaat A. Jonuard, aad alw by viriua uf aa
krs.ulia Uvor uf Cttaa. M. wrt aud thoa. Wl6
nl A. Jonuard aud other., la.uml frout tha AurU
Tnmt, l, ut Iba Ore m Court nf lua l uitwt Mat..
fiarltatrat t f Maldn, Tnabaawaa, U M HiinM aa
Itruuty Uanhal, 1 bava Uvuu ua aU tha nai l. tiUrf.
aad Itiiomt uf A(ut4' Juaoard aad AiiuoiM Juu.
aard m aud u wuw nor. Air, Hraadtaa, Wbaaky,
Wmc, Barrcla, ToImoo, ttuda tuuot. aad. uiof aru.
cm uo tumrriHU tu nu-atHMi, la tha ljwr rb-p id
A. Joaaard Ut., aa t aaut ra , aad all arocaad
to aril iba aamaua U-nutnf lha lnh of Jal, tut
eaau, at m blw haimi,! U tr Iihm aforvaaij.
hVJa ia uaual lwMU- J M. KIM TOM. r&arut
)a34-t4 IX.JX. MaraUa
Rock City Mills.
JT. K. IIAl'.TIAIV Sc Co., Proprietor.
1" E. BAUMAN' & CO., Manufacturers of ROCK CITY
hjik, will pay tne mgiiest prit e at all tunes
ir w neat and Corn , at their Mills, corner of Lone an
Cherry streets, atirilie, Tenn.
SET ATX PEICE OF FLOTJR.
From and after this date, until further notice the
Extra Family Flour. .$2 25
Fine Flour.... 1 75
Unbolted a 25
Middlings 1 25
Fine Bran SO
Mixed Bran.......... .60
Coarse Bran 30
Corn Meal 50c busbeL
- AU articles sold by the undersigned deliverable at
any place in the city free of charge, n hen selling by
the quantity, their rate of discount is 10 per cent from
retail prices. J. E. BALMAN & CO.
DR. KING'S niSPESStKY
FOlt PRIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KING, formerly of New York, for
the last four vears of Louisville. Ken.
tui.y, auu who has devoted bis 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 itu uiiwases oi a private nature, no matter how
bad they may bo from injudicious medical treatment,
or from neglect of their own. I)r. Ki
is No 23 Iteadericlc street, between Cherry and the
"I"""! rotuuu siory, waere ne cures all diseases of
Uonokkhka cured without nauseious medicine or in
terference with business.
jStkictcrw of old or reccntdate, effectually cured in
ew uays, oy an oieration wnicb causes no pain
Where a f-tricture exisU health cannot be enjoyed
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mins the constitution so much.
Syphilis, with all the diseases of the skin, prowine
. ..i 1.... l j . . . ..B
"-Jfc u'-piTCi or oaa ireaimeut, can De eUectually
cured iu a few days.
SEMIVAL WBAK.vtss Particular attention having heen
given to th'S disease, aud all the consequences grow
ing oui oi ii, oroii;iil on iu many cases by the de.
Btructive habits of inconsiderate Youths aud exces
sive indulgence of the passions, a neglect of which will
undermine the constitution, rendering the subject unfit
for business or society, an J causing tirem.itnreoi.i
Females who mav be laboring with nv dilticultv f
u o huihu may resiassureu oi immediate reher.
Persons resrdinif abroad, bv writuur and statins
their case, with a fee enclosed, directed to iJr. A. King,
No. 23 Iieaderick street, Nashville, Tenn., will have
me necessary meiucinesent to their address, with no-
cessary directions, strict secrecy observed. Office
hours from 9 o'clock in the morning until 9 in the eve-
HANK OF C03IME11CE.
XasHviujt, Tenn., May 29, 1858.
I wish to buy $10,000 of Eastern Exchange. Also,
810,000 of American Gold, for which I will pay the
highest market price.
I wish to sell 1400 acres of good Cotton Land, in
Prairie county, Arkansas; 200 acres cleared aud in
cultivation; a good new Gin, common Dwelling and
Nej;ro Houses, Siables, A:c. Call and see uie.
may31 If JXO. t). JAMES.
Prepared by Dr.JA.S. WILLIAMS, for the cure ofDYS
lt.'O0r I i ..... .. .. .. . .
i i.i , ami uoiiiiiig nut uisicit , (as advertised in
another column,) has, by its own merits, obtained for
itself so high a reputaUou in Philadelphia, that Physi
cians acquainted with its properties, are using it them
selves and prescribing it to their patients, couvinced,
by observation, of its great etltcacy in rectoring the
disordered digestive organs to a healthy function. Nu
merous cases of Dyspepsy, of the most aggravated
character, which were abandoned as incurable by
soma of tbo Medical Faculty, have, by the use of this
Elixir, been restored to perl ict health, as attested cer
i licates testify. apria-ly
Paraffinc Caimel Coal Oil,
For Lubricating Machinery,
FOR SALE IN THIS CITY BY
ehi., riixiu.uro.Y & to.,
AGENTS FOR THE
U.YI0X COAL JD OIL C0)IPA.Y,
H auled iuiuiedlately, 10,000
men 10 en.iu 111 the sale ot the most
popular soiling Hooks in America. Invalids, mechau
ics, farmers and teachers, wishing to travel, will lind
thin a very protllable and ph-aKint business, etiahluiK
them to see the country ami make money at the umv
tune. AiteiitH now in the business are clearing from
$600 to $1,500 per year. For lull particulars, and a
list of Hooks, address If. M. KL'LlMlX, Queen City,
Puhlishinirllous)!, HI Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or
1 f living F-a-st, I). KL'LLSOX, Philadelphia, Pa
Sept. 21 ly
Wkll8, IIooi kr & Co. lutorm thu lovers of Soda Wa
tor thai they have received aud have now In operation
oueof the N idiot's celebrated .Soda Founts, an entire'y
new (latent, and the most complete one of the kind ex
ant. Their assortment of syrups is inferior to m n
n the city aprlli
t'tum Ihe Keening Mirror.
Gknkral Debility. We would advise all
who m.iy be afll cted with General Pebilily,
to try McLkax's Strengthening Cordial. It
is certainly a vuluable remedy ; many of our
triends have tried it, and they recommend it
very highly a u Tonic und Alterative. It is
very pleasant to take.
Every country merchant, iu laying in his
supplies, should be sure to take same of this
Cordial. It sells rapidly, beyond the most
sunyuine expectations of the proprietor. One
day last wet-k he sold every bottle ou baud.
Now, with increased facilities, he is able to
supply all demands, tieo the advertisement
in uuother column. je22-2w
lloollaitd'a (erniau lilttera
Will cure Liver Complaint, Nervous Heluhty, Pyg
pepsia, eli!., etc llead w hat is said of thein:
li. Y. IIOWKN, says:
Amikksox, Im. , Jan. IS, IS57.
"Your Bitters give general satisfaction. I know
their virtues, and have the llrst case yet to hear of
w here they do not (jive entire satisfaction. J could
get you numerous certificates were it necessary, but
111 this eorumunily their virtues are fully ealahhsbud.
lam positive I sell more of them lhau ia sold of any
three putent Medicines iu tins county. In my own
case I have received more benefit from them
ill six mouths than I have received from the
regular Physicians iu Ave years. I can, therefore,
conscientiously recommend thcin.und do say, I would
not bo w 11 limit them Iu my family for any amount
For sale at the Principal OUice, 418 Arch at., 1'uila
delphla, and are sold by drucst Bnd slore-Lccpera
ill every town aud village in the United Slates, Can a
das, West Indies, and tSouili America, at 75 cents per
To ervou Nuflerera.
A retired Oenllemau having been restored to health
in a few days, after luany years of uei voiit utlermg
w ill send (free) to assi.-l others, a copy of the presrrip
tmn and a supply of the remedy, on receiving
atamped envelope bearing the applicant's address. IS,
reel thu Kev. Jou.t ii. IUoxall, 1S($ Fulton street
llrookl n, X. Y. apria-tri-w
JL" P. Wiuts' llinne Journal advertises circulars
furnished gratia explaining the reasons why it requires
a gentleman of "accomplished mechanical genius" to
operate a Wheeler aud Wilson's Sewiilg machme,and
why ao mauy ''excellent houae-ket-pers" can not do
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DUALEIl IN
HATS, CAPS AM) LADIES FUtS,
!o. 23 l'ublle Susrr,
NASH VILLI-!. Ti:.N X KSSKI-L
THE iKW STVJL.E
18 5 8
COMK dealrahle, neat and rhotce strlos of so
perOue AuU llata, ot
various colors, Bow
I BAXastX)- Hal Erawriun.
is to day our Spruif Style Moloakia Ual
FKAXClMAJ, raahaioable lialtar,
J J a ha has b
g man ot giai4 bimiaMt aualiAtatJo na.
bea coaBet.u4 Willi lbs tarucery aud Lj.
a b taturaa, aad can ouute well raconiiura lal
Addraas cka SI r. O. Je5-tf
:- Stop the Rascal
STOI-hV from tuf Stab la ua A.iar.Uy ais-at Wat
liAKklBAt UoKsK, I5r IS Baui ls U..u.bay
MiB.aad lU.a tad wba h tsu Ultra a U.Ua lo wo aia,
fcaa a aat- t ap m bl paca. I will gira UA doOaxs lu
Um reuary vt Um boYse or 5o dollar fr ttxt bora
a4 tit j.o. a. ratw AV.
XaaltntUa, June O-Zw
BICISS PATENT ELASTIC 1XISTJLYH.
"Tir fi.tataa.4 W belter Utaa a4T other la nv.
i , u u i tan dsumnv
Joll X TKK Cu. bavo taA for aaia.
FOR Jyj - SPRIC
Washixotox. June 25. The Stala nayu that
the President is determined to send an armed
force to Nicaragua, to show the governments
of England and France that our way to the
Pacific w not to be interfered with.
Locisvtlle, June 25. 1 he river is falling
with seven feet water in the canal.
?Iarkeli by Telegraph.
New York, June 25. Flour 4 504 65.
V heat, western white 1 011 07; red un
changed. Corn 7375 for mixed; 75,78
for white; 8192 for yellow. Mess Ptrk
$16 50. Lard aud Whiskv dulL
tBM CELEBKATKD HOLLAND RrfMJEDY VU
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various alfectionp conaequent upon a r
Stomacli or Liver.
Such aa Indication, Acidity of the Stomach, Cholic
Pains, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, lespondency.
Cosuveuess, Wind and Bleeding Piles. In all Ner
vous Rheumatic, and Neuralgic Auectinnn, it has. in
numerous instances, proved highly benetlcial, and id
others elUt-ted a decided cure.
Thw is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on
strictly scieutitic priiicinleK, after the manner of thf
celehraU'd Holland professor, Boerhave. Because oi
its great success in nrnst of the Luropean States, it
introduction into the t'uiled Suites was intended mor
esecially for those of our fatherland scattered her
and there over the face of this mighty country.
Meetint; wuu great surcess anioiig tnem, 1 now one
it to the American public, knowing that its truly won
derful medicinal viitues must be acknowledged.
11 is Kirticularly recommended to luose person
whose constitutions mav have been imtiaired bv th
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dis
solution. Generally instantaneous in edect, it finds its
way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and quicken
ing every nerve, raising up the drooping spirit, and,
in fact, uifusuiK new health and vigor in llie system.
Ulllb Whoever expects to lind this a bevera
will be disapiMiinted; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirited it M'lll prove a grateful aronuttic cordial
possessed o singular remedial proertK-s.
V A V T I X .
The great popularity of this delightful Aroma b
induced many lnntatious, which the public shoul
guard against purchasing. Be not ersii.vled to bu
anything e)i-e until you have given Boerhave'g Ho
land Hitlers a luir trial, tine bottle will convince yo
bow ill Im lU-ly su)erior it is to all tlie.se imitations.
&0- JMild at $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5,
THK bt)l.K PltOPRItTOR.
UEXJA.H1. I'A;ii, Jr., A: CO.,
Manufacturing Pharmaceutists nnd f'hemists,
Sold by Druggists generally throughout the L'uitod
States aud Can. i las.
Sold in Nashville by
EWI.V, l EMU.KroV CO. , Wholesale Ag'U
W. W. BERRY & DEilOVlLLE,
r. A. II. Host UK,
JO. ;. BROWN,
IiEMOVII.IJ-: fc BKI.I.,
G. W. HKVHER.-HUTT,
I'r. T. WEI.I.
WF.IJ.S, HtMll'KR k CO ,
I'.EEl 11 & III NTER,
And by I'ruggists generally throughout the State
M ) " - - - i
ti s a u
1SIS.. . ,
O B'X. fJIVfiKR W INK, for sale by MI.LOX & CO
O BOX tilNCKK WINK, for sale by HI.l.o.V 4 i n,
9 i:i.. til Mi Ml w ink, for sale by I '11. 1 .1 N k Co.
O BOX. t.lNi.Klt WINE, for sale by IUI I.ON A t o.
O Bo.. GINMER WINK, lor sale bv MI.I.ON i CO.
O HoX.OlNCKlt WINK, for sal. by MLIjON A- llJ
r no.v. ii.Mirj i r., ior sale oy 1111.10. i o
U H'X. (ilNUEB WINK, lor sale by MU.OX A CO.
1 la - O O tt S ! ! !
T AM to-iluv receiving by Adams' hxpress, dir-:
X from the Kist, an invoice of Choice Coons, to which
we ai-a uie atii iiiion oi
r ii u i, adi i: s .
This invoice embrace the followuig seasonable and
French Ijtra Mantles, from $7 50 to $25 00;
Ri-al V.il"ncienues Killings, at all prices;
Swiss Collars, from $1 Onto S5 UO;
I.iui'n Friugis for lUs'pies;
Hem Stiu-hed ILtmlkercluefs;
Hoop Skirts, extra nice;
While Brilliautes, ueal styles;
Jaconets ami Swiss Muslirs;
Silt KmiihIi Ijnens, Aic, Sc., kc.
Call early ou
No. 13 I'uion street.
P. S. One rase small figured Jacoueu of beautiful
style and cueap. jvH-lm
VICT0KI01S F0II FAMILY CSK!
Opinion of the J udgrt of (ha late
T the Uf Mtt -hanic's Fair, htld In the
i. City of Na.Iiville, ia OvIoint. 1S.7, the
Juil' sj.jMiititiil to f xamiiie articli-s in Cliu
43 No. 17, (iKovkk fc 1!aker'8 Sfwiug Ma-
ctnnea: Mi. I hi, SiNCiEK Khi OKT Upon
th? rUINCH'AL poiuu aud merits of tbo two
Dua-hLii-s aa follows :
The niii-liineti art? both two-thrt'od machinoii.
that is, ii-iii two lu-parate threwd for making
the stiu h; that of (j rover A IUkkr u-iinr the
thread from CtMMON SPOOLS WITH TW
NEKDLES; and that r.f Sixoer's uainj; ou
spool and ua nH1l(, tno othr thread work
ns from a BOBBIN INCLOSED ix A SHUT"
TLK, and, ia the opinion of th rommitUH, '
b.t adapted to FINK CLOTlIIN(i, SAl
Ol.EHW&c. The CUOVER Jt BAKER a- the LE.V5T
COMPLICATEII MACHINERY. ANL. OK
CM.Iii; E.VSIER MANAGED; d vantage
of USING Sl'OOLS WITHOUT RE-WIND
lN(i : and, with the exception of Una clotb
lag, saddler j, ic, la the opinion of tbo
Committee Is BEST SUITED FOR FAMILY
The part of this report ref rrinr to
the Singer Marhiue as bt adai.Uxi to 0
Clothin was inteod.tl to te L'NMKICSTOO
BY THE COMMITTEE an Ua FOR MAN IT
FACTl klNti CLOTHING BY TAILOR
IN WORK-SHOl'S. AC. THE SAME I
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY. AC.
XAJHYXLLZ SZ WISfMACHLZ COJtPAJTT.
0. 4. I'l III.IC NC I A KU,
Xahai,Trna-, Jaeaary JO, 1NV. If
fJHK suVritr, A Traatac t WUltaas Ksvwart m4
A Itaaar A U-ra, H buw clnatM a Uou baa.
, au4 Oct t aala.a. veil aaaurtot aStiefc af t'ta.
OI. M"uu , W.l ao4 t m Krut I.KiTk.H
at AlJii. HA,i.ULUZtV M AXT1AX, aoj TLX WAKX, as
ail tiada, wtth U1 bm s-44 Im I caatl aa4 la
urocata 4aaiar aa lAa aaual hot.
Ha will sail oat oa Tar ra... aals larsas aar aa
Saxraua af futnt Uta Jrk kiaaaa Tta stau a a
fai am iha 6. a UiM Uaat arraaW la Uf .t nil
saiiliaJ wttit tanis aa4 aiachikary ,
,vs.niMiuiiM aa EUvtt, ar Favi
Owca.nuM gtt raJv In par. Tus sattu
rUlma sama Mhr ot aat srsas, Witt d!wm ti
tba or cup aa Um It tttat Iftrjr RiaV kw psua
IS Ultr 4rr. Q, M CKiUDtt li. Tr?H.
' - ' - DAILT PATRIOT OFTTCB, )
NaaHvnjji, June 26, 1858. j
COTTON No sales for two days past.
TOBACCO Sales yesterday of 5 hhds at
.6 50.7 75,7 80,7 80,7 95.
BACON Shoulders 6c; hams 78c;
sides 8JSJc. lb. Market dulL
WHEAT Buyerare offering 65 cents per
bushel for prime red, and 75 cents for prune
white for early delivery.
, CBaaxasrOii, June 23, 1 P. 1
The market ia quiet and firm. Sales to day 3000
bales at 10 to 12ct
Honu, June 22, 1858
Sales of cotton 1,500 bales. Middling 11 V e. Sales
for three days 5,500 bales, and receipts for same time
SavajcNaB, June 22, 1858.
Sales of Cotton 114 bales, at from 10 to 12c.
ATLAjrra, June 23, 1858
Quiet reigns in Atlanta. Trade is stagnated, and
little or no animation is p.-rceptible an vwhere. All de
partmenls are alike affected by the' prevalent dull
The supply of BACON is good, plenty to supply anv
reasonable demand , but 18 not in excess. The tone of
the market is bealtby, the demand being steadv, and
holdeis easy. H g round nominal. Clear sides 10S
ju, cents, out mostly at iu4 cents; Hams B cents
and Moulders 7 cents.
LARl is worth lOe. in barrels, and 13 cents in
cans, including cans.
There is less Flour in market than nsual, but enough
to eatisiy vne nemana. ro cnange in prices, buper-
una 13 wumi 9 ouuureu xd
Buena Vista Springs,
LOGAN COUNTY, KY.,
"TriLL attain he on for the reception of visiters
on tne 1st of June, and no pains will be spared
K renui-r tneir t-tay pieusant ana agreeable.
Mrs. Burgess, formerly of the Furst House. Russell-
ville, Ky., will preside over the Ladies' department.
A good Bund of ilutic will be in attendance. The Bow
ling Alleys are in good order, aud lliooe in search of
pleasure or Health w ill lind both at liueita Vista. The
tUige will run every other day direct to the Springs
from Nashville, and daily from Clarksville, Hopkins
villo and Bowhugreeu to Uuasellville, where convey.
ancescan always De Dau.
niay4-lnidatri v D. JIFKKIB. Proprietor.
THIS most delightlul summer resort null be opened
for the reception of visitors on the 16th of June.
The rooms and buildings are in the iuot complete or
der. 1 lie table w ill at all tunes be supplied with the
choicest viands the market atfords. The extensive
ice house is well stocked with au inexhaustible supply.
A good Baud of Music will be in constant attendance.
The Bar will bu well supplied with a choice xelection
of w ines, liquors, and segars, aud every exertion will
be ma le to advance the couilort and pleasure of all
visitors mat may lavor us witn a call.
je7-lmeodaW J. MOSHKR.
WHITE SlLPIUIl SPKLVGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
fin HE above Watering 1'lace will be iH-neil for the
L reception of isitors. ou the HKT IAV UK
JL'XKXEXr. A daily line of CoaeheF, (four hours
slatfiugl will connect wnn llie Meuiiiliis and Charles
ton lLulroad at the Uurusvillu lN'it. Ten hours trav
el from Memphis to the Springs. For health or pleas
ure, the White Sulphur is equal to any Watering place
North or South. A line band of Music from New Or
leans will be iu attendance.
WILL be opened the Summer season of lSf.8, on
the 1st of June, for the reception of visitors.
The subscriber will be prepared to receive Boarders,
and furnish the best accommodation, at the rates of
$160 per day, ts 00 per week, $30 00 per month.
Servauts, and children under li years of age, half
puce, a oanu oi music w in oe iu aiienuanee. A pas
senger Carriage will run regularly, leaving Noel He Co. "s
txillege street, every Tuesday, Thursday and Suturday
may .p-1 inn w- t. j. KKKIHWI, AgetiUi.
White's freek Snrinas.
THE subscriber will be prepared to take Boarders
at ttii watering place. 12 miles north of Nash
ville, during the Summer vacation., front the first of
juiv io me iirsi oi aepiemner.
There will be no bar-room kept, as it is designed
cnietiy for the accommodation of families and individ
uals, w ho may wish to resort to a quiet and healthful
place uurii'g tne neat of summer.
The ?-prmgs, formerly much visited, are too well-
known to require any elaborate description.
No pains will bu spared to render the situation of
Price of Bok : $1.60 per day : $7.00 per woek.
Servauts aud children under 10 years of age, half-
pnee fc. L. CROCKER.
11KAYEK DA3I .
Hick man Co., Tenn.
(FORTY MILKS WKST OFCOLCMBIA.)
Proprietorship and 3Ianagement.
rrHIS celebrated watering tilare havll.g been tmr.
A. cha-ed by the subscriber has lieen Ihoroiiehly
repaired aud renovated, aud will be opened lor the te-
cepuon oi visitors on tne
20TII DAY OF MAY.
The late proprietors having uiski ol their entire
interest in llie prings,lhe iiilis rilu r. assisted bv Mrs.
Kuller, w ill assume the enure management of tne es
Itlilisliiiienl, and neither pains nor expense will be
spared to render Beaver lhan oneofthe unt pleasant
ana romiorianie watering places in the Southwest.
The buildings have all been placed iu excellent re
pair, auu many improvements added, so tliat hour
Hundred visitors can be uccommoduted with every
comrort and couveuience. Tha table will be sbuu
dantly supplied, aud will he equal to those of first class
Tli waters at B-aver I tain consist of White, tJrey,
Red aud Black Sulphur. Chalybeate (proveu by analy
sis vt oe uie n rouges i in me state j and the beat ot
r resume auu 1 jinestone.
The subscriber, w ho has been, for the last 10 rears.
engaged in the practice of uaidaiue in North Alabama
and We in pins, can he commanded at all hours bv vis
itors who may chance to Deed bis services as a phji-
Cleans of arrru.
There are three routes to these Spring, all of which
are in flue repair. A hue of Catches will run from Co
lumbia three times a week, and passengers will go
inrougn iroru mat place in one day, over him of the fi
nest roads In the Slate. Arrangements have been
made at Brill's Landing, on the Tennessee River, by
which visitors approaching from that direction will Aud
rnady conveyance to the Springs.
Ajn uwmrnln, tA:e.
isiUirs w ill And at Beaver Uara a Urge Ball Room,
Ami um Aiievp, aiir. a one trout stream runs near tne
place, aad deer in great abundance may be fouud in
we immniitiae va-iu.ty.
Hute of Cliargc.
Per week $7 00
Children uuder ten years old &o
Servants of all agea 3 oo
A liberal deduction will be made in the alw.ve rataa
w in raniilies remain one mouth or during the season.
Of those who are unacquaiule.1 w ith tbo proprietor
of Beaver lun, he begs leave to refer t
lien. Hintou and Ir. lit-weea. Jackw, Hjii,
Joaeph Cox. and John W. Lapsley, vlmi. Ala.
Meaars. K. O. Prince, Tuacalowa, Ala.; iHs. W. H. k
B. t'. Nrwsuai.TuHrtuiibia, Ala ; M. C.-Uallaway P.
Koote, r , and li. I. Small. Kq., Memphis, Tenn,; A.
M. LtaHiev. Kq., Columbia, Tenn.
aprli-damw THOMAS T KOJXH.
Sick Babies H anted!
ONE fourth of all the babies born In the I'nited
States die before they are five years old; Cahniiel
ana w uver on wont save Ibetu: powerful medi
cines have the most 'e'eU-Kxnerti'. t . The tMi I y remedy
for the diaeaars uf the e-d summer, for teethnitf.
measles, chuitc, deranged bowels, depraaaing levers.
Clruefenberg Cliildrens Panacea.
This always rqree when all vtlier reotedtee fait.
when children were dving dailr m New York hum
the naa of swUI milk, this was fouud 10 be tue only
It ar a svA babe u la tta Aewar, tkit mmiirim it
wmnh ua arM u rd, area St Um prwscripuoos at
pbystcians and other remeda have been tried ia
If the certificate of phruciaas a bo have naed it
are wanted, I can furniati mre of them. Haviut
had twelve years' experasaee of aa vaioe ia ny own
family and lUrougUMit iae Mate, I have no haaitaUoQ
la offurmg lo rwrund the cost of the funla s 3n 1
md CkUtLren aaacaa saocid they fad lo ao exactly
wuat 1 promiae rur wesa.
. at rrevmaa k raitera.ia's,
JuorlS (f College atreet, .Naabvilie.
VLARC.E sappiy of genuine f wediah Leechea Juat
recoiled aad fur aale by
RAINS A BROWN,
aayrr-lf . .V 1 Febua raare.
b0-! t Fasaily !1Hir,rrunC!uaioa UUla.
m J J Mnith county Teaa. , for sale fce
IT. k C. ANlR.-.f .
Nae, 45-7, Xoata College ttwri.
10 000 aThh s W,KX w AVra lMMiit-
Jue P p. IHC1UCT.
selling 0m otr.! otr.t
THE reiwatatter toe ssnck at Kara Para BnaMta
aa4 M likuery Iwl, at Um Vaw Yerk anpunina,
will fee tM witaia Uue m-miA aa a f-raat aacrtaca,
wnhot rwcarl b OMt ae acy war cesutwuma.
Kxt aajue okMaey laaea ai mi com a iba auiiar.
Frank Leslie's Blaailne,
ro rcxr, jvsx izcuro by r. iuCAjf.
LANIER, PHILLIPS & CO.
AND DEALERS LY
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 39, Mmrr Stkket,
NASUVILLE, X K - IvSS E E.
WE are now in receipt of a large and choice as
Groceries and Liquors,
comprising every article in our line, and to which we
would respectfully solicit the attenUun of the trade.
300 hhds La. Sugar;
100 bbls Bait. Crushed 125 bxs Havana do
Sugar; 3O0 bbls Molasses; '
60 bbls Powd. Sugar; 150 yt do do;
25 " Grandulaled do; 50 bbls Golden Syrop;
50 bxsD B Loaf do; IS Uerces Clarified Sugar;
680 bags Rio CofT-e;
50 casks English Soda;
100 dosen Buckets;
40 nests Tubs;
60 i, bxs "Hare's Extra"
75,000 assfd Cigars, 'extra
225 " Laguira Coffee;
50 " Pepper;
35 " Spice;
15 " SS Almonds;
15 bbls Pecans;
175 kills Mackerel;
5 cases Teas;
25 Uerces Kiee;
SO cases I'icklea;
60 " Matches;
75 coils Lute Hope;
2 csks Imub Madder;
10 ceroons Indigo;
12 bbls Alum,
3O0 bxs Scar Candles;
350 " Summer do;
275 " Boston Soap;
60 Foxes' Starch;
25 cases Sardines;
400 bxs Scotch Herrings;
ii uaies ioiio.i twine;
8 casks Malaga Wine
I j5 vld SLierrv
200 cases St. Julian Clareet;
60 " '-Haut Tallen" do
l-lo Old Port Wine
I Madeira " 100 baskets Champagne;
3 Pipes Champagne 76 cases Champagne Cider;
Cognac extra: 60 " Hraiiduw 'iH
15 X pipes Otard, Uupuy 40 " Brandy Cherra s;
ixi , cognac; JoO bblsCountrv A'huibi-
10 casks Jamaica Rum; 6Xi " Reclined ' do-
a " Louisiana do; 300 pack Vs 1 torn. Brand ea
11 puncheon Hoi. Gin; etc., etc.
LAMER, PH1IJJP3 k CO.,
junelO. No ay Market street.
A. C CARTER.
felxx G. ji aar.
W. C. WILSPOKD.
CARTER, 31'KAY & CO.,
Auction and CommlMlon, Keeelvlns
AAD DKALKKS IX
Fine Brandies, Wines and Domrstic liquors,
No. 73, Public Square,
OCR business will be continued under the same style
and nDI as heretofore. Thankful to our custom
ers and f'riciide.lor their liberal ulrouage,wercsicct-
tuiij' aoiicii a vouuuuauou ot uie same.
A. C. CARTER,
KK1JX ti. M KAT,
Jan CS tf W. C. WLLSFOKI1.
Y7"E have been apxinted sole Agents of Nashville
t tor tiie sale of James Tlumuu' jr., (of Richmond
Just received -Jim) boxes uf the following brands, vis
JEWKI. OK til'HIR.
KL'BV TW I.-T,
BL'TTKU OK SPONGE CAKE.
-.vhich we will Sell at the Manufacturers' nrices for
-a". CAllltK. M KAY k CO.
AV. II. liORDOX &. CO.,
Forwarding and Commission merchants,
Alarki.-l and Front Streets,
XOEL & CO.,
And Dealer lit
100 hhds. fair to choice Su- bxs. Havana Sugar;
gar; -a unia. Loal sugar;
10 hhds clarified Sugar; 10 " powuered Sugar;
Co fl ee.
600 bags Rio Cnffee; 75 bags Laguyra Coffee;
too bags Java Collee;
400 bbls. Pike's Whisky: 40 do. Fine Brandies:
100 I "ean's do; 75 bbls. American Brand v :
i60 WiUlnre do; 10 " Malaga Wuie:
150 box. super old Brandy; 15 " t.in;
75 bbls a S bbls. Cherry 50 " Walker's sup. Ale;
Brandy ; 50 boxes St. John's lilaret
15 barrels superior Port Wine;
wine; 75 baskets Champagne
'5 bbls. Smith's Reserve Wine, assorted;
Whisky; 80 boxes Chauiuaaus Cl-
60 bbls. pure Rye do; dr.
30 do. Mouongahela do:
25 boxes E. S. Powell's To- 200 boxes Jack FalsUff
20 boxes Southern Belle 30 bxs. Cora'. Tobacco:
Tobacco; 15 " Industry Tobacco;
10.000 Naolm Cigars; 7.000 Jenny Und Clgrs;
J.iKH) Josephine Cigars; 3ti,UO0 Brauds, assorted,
we win also purchase at the highest market urases
tne following articles ol country produce
larA, 1'otu.u Yarns,
White Beans, Meal,
Ri ipe ,
Orchard t.rass Seed,
Blue Crass "
Herd's lirasa " .
PoLaUM-s. Ac. Ac a:c.
Country dealers and farmers having an v of the above
for sale will do well to call ou us wheu they visit Uie
city- June 2n tf
1AAA BARHFLS Julius H. Smith's Whisky;
,1 U U 6MJ barrels Chcuowelh's do;
om oarrris i.iu nouiiM.uana nye wnisay;
2aO b.ixea Uue Braudiea, I dosen rarh. iu Ktnrv
aud for sale by w. II OoKlai.V k CU.
Scales ! Scales ! !
A IT'LL stock of Fairbank's celebrated Scales, Dor
mant, Platform, tirM.ers, Couuler and BeaTns.
Aliui, Hay and Coal Stales, iu aurs, for sale at Facto
ry prices, by W. H. i.olllKiN a CO.,
ytu." Nile Agents for Middle Teuuetuiea.
1 Q HHDS. Common, Fair, Prim and Choice Lou
'IO isiaua Siugar;
lol barrels crushed Sugar;
1.5 " Iaf Nigar;
50 " Clarified Sugar;
60 boxes white Havana Sugar; In store and for
sale by W. H. tlORIXJ.N' k CO.
Ififi WHOLE boxes Werk a Co s Star Candles:
1UU 'JOO half boxes Werk k Co s
INK) quarter boxes "
Vim boxes Mailuam Starch;
1,000 prvaoott k Co s No. I andeitra Snap;
n siors auu lor sais oy w. li. ouitixo m CO.
O inn KEGS Shmuberger's Nails, aO siars;
,lUU 10O kcs n.Hir barrel Daila;
luo " fencing "
60 " 4. . and 6 Inch nikearln stora
tna tor saie ny w. it. ookiio. a cu.
AHANIVSOVE and eoniforuble family residence 14
Flgeoeld near the bridge, with Carriage-ltouse
and Ubt attached , for the balance of the year, pua
given Immediately, Apply to
LYONS a CO..
tnarla-tf 71 Public suuar
QUICK & MEAD.
Couimiftsiou aud Forwardiue
WHOLESALE k ill ill FLOIE k FEED STORE
Ut Ike (Ad "Jhiatsies FUmr Itpat,'
Ho. 11 Souti College. BtrMt, KasbTill. Taaa.
AO FATS for OoodkUsvUle Mills, Teuneaaea.
Flour, Feed, etc., AT PRICES TO M IT THE TIMES.
Lxtra Fanuy Fkmr, wholesale, ti ; Kriail ti SO
Supernue J 00
Fine " " 1 M " 1 7k
t'nbdte4 j oj
VtaldiiufS " 1 00 M 1 'it
Nhhw t4 m M 70
Coarse Bran 30c. , Fine and Mixed 47 )'c ; Meal Cue.
hen nUui by Ue quality, a liber ai dacocat will
be ailosred to soa porchaaers.
AU true ms dehverea lo acy part cf the city free of
The hi(hee atarket price tmid for a.1 kinds ot
A superior ariaM of Extra Hnliea Panaiylvaaia
Buck hat Flour, oa aaa4 aad for sale tow at
i-l-f mica AM MKA0.
B. LANIER & CO.
Dealer, in Forties snd Doantie Liquors
!. Market airas.
Mar. S If. KAHl'LLL, Tt-XyE5FX
BOrvRX mn:aaaui4 .larvtMre. perew awaM ae
well I cail aa4 eiaiaias tauae
i i ASD
.; tL'&XKS t .' It
as I ast sisrsirai4 ts eka NtalM ebaap lue
J. U- Met. ILL.
iaaalS . .' aireer CCea M a4 tk,are.
Whtit and Rjf Wantfd.
"ITTPtAT as. KTZ f. k C Anumm.ti
V V Metr Wax&e, a. i brut) tweet.
AGRICULTURAL & SEED WAREHOUSE,
09 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE. TENN.
AVvk N nAND, A LAKGE STOCK OF BEAPERS, TIIKESIIERS, 4c,4u
H wh eh we ofler upon the mixt favorable term. Below will 1 found a lt of rart
otifl Implements and Machines we sell. 1
DUGG S CENTRE DRAFT REAPER AND MOWER. XEW YORK TJANT) RAKIVG
Kt-apS-'d Mower. 7 MH'er' P- Mnn'- "
. ARMSTRONG A CO- AoKvir.
J Pow Janrl Sk "0 SE T"138" AND CLE.VNER. MUXN-S FOOl nORSi
t, ernThrehor. Munn'- Two Horse Power aud Thresher. Railroad Two llww
Power Thredier aud Separator. Railroad One Uome Power Thr,h, r and -enarar
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES FROM THREE IO TWENTY HORSE POWER
J. Matiouary hugtan from Ten to Fort.v Horse Powt. Doul.le hii.1 Sinele Portable Circu
lar Saw Mills. Mulay Saw Mills. Portable Grist Mills. g oriaDle Circu-
ARMSTRONG & CO., AoEvra.
OrNCLAIR-S POWER AND HAND STRAW CUTTERS. CUMMTNGS'S POWER AND
VJ Hand Straw Cutters, feanford s Hand Straw CutU-rs. -
ARMSTRONG & CO., Agent,
MILLER'S STEEL PLOWS;
Avery's Cat Plows;
Hall & Sie;ir8 Plow
We also have
large supply of Planter Paris, Land Plaitr, Hydraulic Cements, Ac, Ac
ARMSTRONG & CO.
Will leave a Stubble
TAE ABOVE CUT IS AN ACCUTiATE REIUiESENTATION OF TIIE
ManuratMur.l liy 3IilltT, Wiusate ii. Co., of Louisville, Kyasit will appear at
work iu the titld. We hate one of these Machines set up in complete Working Order
at our Store, to which we invite the attention of Farmeiim. .
Price, including Neck. Yoke, Double Trees, Ac., complete; $150.
MACEY A HAMILTON, Aoexts, Nashville, Tenn.
THE ONLY MACHINE IN EXISTENCE
out rik of INJURY to th- Saw. Also,
ncbes. Aloo, Saw 31audrels for all sizes
CUMMING S PATENT HAY, STRAW AND CORNSTALK CUTTER, FOR ETTjIER,
Hand or Horse Power. Also, Sanford 's aud Sinclair's Straw Cutters for sale by
MACEY A HAMILTON.
(1VTSI BELTING. STEAM PACKING. CONDUCTING HOSE, HEMP AND COTTON
T Packing. Liu- Leath-r. DUFOUR'S Bolting Cloth, Pages A Child's Patent Circular Saws
Wove Wire for Rolling Screens, Ac, Ac., on haud by
MACEY A HAMILTON.
CORN F HELLERS. GRAIN CRADLES AND SNATHS, COTTON AND TOBACCO UCES
GRIFFIN'S GENUINE Scythe Blades, aud all kinds of Edge Tools, on hand and Hi wl
at the lowest price. MACEY A IIAMILTCA
Building" and House-keeping Hardware.
LOCKS. BUTTS, HINGES, BOLTS AND SCREWS. TABLE CUTLERY, PLATED FORK
and Spoons, and all other articles used in the Building or llouso-keepirig line.
MACEY A -HAMILTON,
A FULL, AND COMPLETE STfCK OF
tent and Snell's Augum, Bau, Ho rili a;
of all kinds. Chiaels, Drawing Knives,
MANUFACTURED BYJ.VMES SMITII A
stock on hand by
P. & C. ANDERSON,
em javtia uaureao, ra.nK.ra asa
COM31 ISSIO.X 31 1: K C 1 1 A N T S
Brandies, Mines, MliiskT, de.,
Dealers 1st Ilaeost. I.artI an 4 Cost a try
Fro4aeea of every 4crfllsia
.V A e4 ? OiUje
"WfE H A VK mtrm la atre, aa offar fur sale chump,
tba loltowinj clwi.ee aad a Ik. I artlr:
i.ono aacla tarn tml; M kl Cl;
a,otaj uamtii.; M ta4a. isturar , freca Sne
l,uuil krf Naila. aaa-atad; fecamra;
too H tutuut larae, tvm am. nam pmhi;
a"Wl . M " Caafaar A,
tM bhU IKit ITtuefcjr; nU Tube;
ft Re ., ja a-mQ-aa, eeie-jud;
M " luurb.4 Su; XA htxa. Lua.t-roUkaa a
tm " M.aim.- bala 4v; rvler4 Suear;
Ti Mvrl :i.e. SOS raatn. Siwiaa( ra
le ri.a Aa btawUeet tmr. mam art. S nam;
ti bbla. t.a , ai baae) tjUaaeiare, aa-
li " Hum; atirwd,
lao,tR Cxrt, a.Mirta , . H W'aatilMsrOa;
aMU.tw b. U laf.; Sfew ;
Upu.tulww, us'4; la rw;
tie hnmi a Hmmpi X " Ciitr;
ial tka 4,amM; lv caaAa Liquate So4a;
tjuuO Iba. IW LrmA, . . t fcuta. HriMioe;
tt. i'kns: " Aluaa;
IS caat-e lLa.tMn; 1 caak aUOO;
t cvrvube lai
' Aad vry ub article la Ce Orererr beje,aa:a
are adored at extfeaMljr " fmoea.
. . tt. k C AXPt8J.
Ort IT. Nea. 4i aad AJ OWWge tareel.
Flour! Flour! Flour! - i
KrtrtBAlS Er raaailf rWMr.WUM WaeA
i'V11 'tr--"(- at tiie aid US ft '. kM
Mby . r.C.AVItfWX,
. Kat. UJ, tota Ut.a .uee.
HcCALL, VANLEER & CO.,
IMPORTFKS ASD DEALERS IJ
French, English, & lipej-ican UardTrare
G LWS A ND CU'l LER Y,
Dlackmitn and Carpenter Tools; aUo
Juilding and Railroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock'
NO. 44 MARKET STREET, KEAE THE SQUARE,
ARMSTRONG & CO Aoekt.
PORTABLE HAY PRESSES;
Revolving Hay Rakes;
Corn PI an Uts
Road Scrapers I
Mills, Ac., Jtc &c.
from I to 22 inches Hljlu
FOR GUMMING CIRCULAR SAWS WTTirj
Circular Saws of all sizes, front 10 to 60
MACEY A HAMILTON.
SAWS, FINE BRACES AND BITTS, COOK'S
.Macliiues, Morticinc Maclilitea,
Ac, on baud and for sain at the lowwt rates
MACEY A HAMILTON.
Clothing, . . .
CO, OF PHILADELPHIA A COMPLETE,
M.VCliV k UAM1LTOX, "
Cash for Drj and Green Hides
'tirE wiB par the Hinaaur Uiairr Pj- n Caea.for
I V firjr aad Crveei rlHtae, Oetivered at ear Grocery ,
Store, No. S, Bread una.
We tnaw pereoa mmwatg Hutee lo arH anil call oa St '
befura diapuuaf uf Uteta etaearbereu
r. c. AVPERSo.y
innn aAKJUX4 Lir8A FLOCK, la a: ere aa4
T.kC A.VD!3WC.f "
BUt IJmi Od, aa aead sail fr eaU he-1
Kaa. 44-7, 0-xiLb U4k aueei.
OH fi 8 txlr '"''r ilwtf treat Beard's Mtila
AULr aaua OatiAljr, Teaa., fur aaia r
r. kc tHinmr,
I Xea. 4A-7, aunta lotie etreet,
1000 ft Kktw UmA M eLmdb
r. k c AvpKiwisr,
Sum. 4-7, DMla Cullee eiree
SAL.T FOll SAIUX
FTK tkueeaad SWfca of Ha ia et.ire, hf f
A H. , Nil S brvad stree. waa a aUI b
Iw 1'iea BaaS Baey. , - yi-tX.
)nA .A(i.1 Kure Vite WVaat Faauljr Huttr.rraea
iJUU taaca Jaw A Mule. Intave coiuv
f.tC AM k-hIN.
Sua. , Sula Culle. atrevl.
1 Ia fur Dry and Green Illti? .
7X "ill rT the bihee atarka price) hi eaj.il, fr
II lry aed Creea tiates, aetlvarad A ar t.rsfy
Kwe. 1 1 Braad Mreet
Vlliul M.ira... aaiaj Kales Wa ee!) t!l ea.l us S
bolwe daiuais vt UMNit laaaWa.
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