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' T. n. QLES3T, local and Commercial Editor .
Monday Morning:, March 9, 1857.
OfficialJournal for Publishing the
" -Post Office Letter List.
J.GL.VTS FOH THE PATRIOT.
Ma. K R. Glssoock bu been appointed our agent for thii
ity., lie is utlioris--l to collect the accounts. Dotes, 4c.,
of the neero, and lo to solicit and make contracts for
advertising and Job Work.
Ma R. F. Mo. is oar trarelling agent, and is au'horized
to receive sulrecribsrt, and to collect all monies doe as out of
Aid for Nicaragua. At the Nicaragua meet
ing 011 Friday night Ut, Tlioe T. Smiley, Je
Thomn and John Shane . E-qrs were ppiteda
commiit-e, to receive subscription to aid the cause
tf Walker and ind pendence ia Central America.
Still IIighkr Figcrf.s. The highest price
wbicii Tobseca La brought ia this market for twen
t -jne years, was paid for three Logelieads on St-
rdav lit. Tbe tliree brought, rept-clivt ly, 1 15:30,
1 15:80, and f 15:85 per hundred. This Tobscco
wag raised by Mr. Willis G. Jones, of Williamson
Damages agaiksttiii Corpohatios. Dr. J. W.
Fax ton, ot Knoxville, has recettly obtained a ret
di t uf $2,000 damages ia the circuit court against
the Mayor aod Al lertnao of that city, for injury su--taiod
by the cutting down of fie street around
bis rreideaee. The Mayor and Aliermau have ap
pealed to the Supreme Court.
Going it Srtono Cotton. A pentleman at
Augusta, Ga., recently made two btt, each $25
agair.t-t fi00, that cotton will soil at thirty cei.tfl
per pound by the 25th of December ceil.
fT" The March number of "The Southern Jour
nal of the MVdidl and Physical Science" has been
rec ived. It contains various papers upon differ
ent subject pertaining to Sciences, to which it is
devct.d. Edited by Jlichard O. Currey, A. M., li.
V., and published at Knoxville, by Kiurloe & Rico.
Diatr or Dr. Shied. We learn that Dr. Geo,
W. !ue'l, formerly of this city, died ia Teia a
fw weeks since. He leave man? friends and rel
atives in t is "ountv, t mourn hi li. He was a
tucdicl pnetitnner of t.l-tit'. Murf. Tel.
Anotbkr Wild Cat Bank Verily, there seem
to be no end to the r ice tf Wil l Cat Banks. An
other h just ben started io Kinggol I, Ga., called
the "Xortkmrstrrn Hank" a Tery imposing name.
The only saf -ty f r the neopl. against the wil i-ctt
ewindlmz siops is to rtfje to n-cHve their bills in
payment f t anything. All the financiers who man
age trcm want, is to get a sufficient amount in cii
culstion to make it profitable to fid, ami f irthwitli
they will rob the people to the extent of tlieir cir
culitiou. Thinks been the history of suc'i banks
everywhere, and it is not probable that the? will
prove an exc-ption in Georgia. Indeed, f jur of
them in Georgia hve already filled. We have adi
ed the ' North wetern Bank" to oar list of wil 1
c its ia another c damn. Let the people who would
protect ibemst lees aginst robbery, keep an eye to
that list, aud e-chew the inue- of t ie banks named .
Graryia Chro:tie'e it Sentinel.
J 57" The people of Sjlvauia, near Toledo, Ohio,
are greatly excited in consequence of the murder
of Mrs. K. J. M. Ward, by her hub.intl, v. ho
a aght to cover up his crime by burning the body.
The cilisens tlirougMy searched Ward's premue'S,
id f juud most in dubiuhL- evidence that the wo
roan had ben foully murdered, and that her body
had been burnt in her own heus.d in a pile of
sites near the house, human bones were found
an upper jaw almost entire, snd a piece of skull. Two
finger rings were slso found, which were recog
nised as those worn by Mrs. Ward. Ward, was a
tailjr by trade, and married his wife at Adrian,
Mich., 1 ist sammer. She was his third wife. He
kas been committed.
tST Wild i urkeys are said to be quite plenty ia
Rut ivrf rd county. They are being taken in con
siderable numbers by means of a sort of trap, de
nominated "turkey pen."
Tm Cam? sells add thiir Clarnich Spirit.
At a party, givdtl by one of our hospitable and
genial friends to the Lion. John Fkndlrton Ks.v
pkiiT, during his flying visit to this city, last Spring,
t ! re were prervi.t, among the gmnts, Mr. Johm
CauraxLL, an intrll geut merchant, and pleasant
geillr-man, of New York City, the Hon. Wm. Camp
ii fix Prkhton, a desci odunt, in the maternal line,
ofCt.L Campbkll, te her. of King's Mount -d, and
Juiie Kiko, who is allied by tiunmge with tie
Camtball fiiuily. On fie iu traduction of Mr.
CiwrutLL, by ttie hot, t Mr. Frrston. and Jodi;e
Kino, inquin s immediat-!y .'prAiig up as to tde
p .iss ble kindr-'d or aifinity of Hie trio. This cir
cumctiuce led Mr. Preston to nrrte, with great
vivacity and humour, an anecdote t 1J t ) him by
S r Walter Scott, illu-trttive of the tl innish feel
ing of the Campukli.s, or Cawmils, cf Soo'land.
It occurred, during a vmi', pid by Mr. Prustok,
to Sir Walter, at Abbotsforl, in the year 1819, ia
wl Ich year Mr. P. was ou a European tour.
Sir Walter had a beautiful Scutch prey hound,
presented him, by b s 1-ieuJ, Mr. Ronnarsov, of
Locu Lomond, whici bore the poetic tisaie of
Maid, by which he set great store. Going, as
us ihL, to pusj the winter, iu Edinbur, he took
Maida w:t!j tiiir, and, fearing that he might lose tne
aoiia.l, he s ntl r tlie Town Capiein, who bore the
name CAJtriirLL, to inke a dcsciji'-ion of and
i fentify the doj; f jt the purpi se if lecovery, ifl;st
t rst. lan. Capt, Campbell' symptth'Eed with Sir
Walter, in his admirat O!) of the dop, snd readily
engaged that, should the aniniol be either lost r
8 clot', "be woull lixve him bck, if be was to be
foand, in a' ScotUnd'. When vbiut to tike his
1 ave, the Csptiiin hesitatee!, fTr a whil-, as if prec
naat witn souk tiling he wished to utter, and finally
Mid "Now, Sir Walter, s I have engaged to lo
you a 8ue f vor, I hope you 11 do na a oiuckl one
in return. You are th autlior, I h lieve, of Tettr's
Le t. rstjbis KinsfoU'"f 41 A tU", rej.nued Sir W.,
I hive uevcr y -t publicly ackuoal -dged the f40t,
b 1, "S yon put it aodireitly, I candidly voi f s
that I am", "ni one of tioee 1 it .is', resumed
the Captain, "you meution that an ofliorr. named
Cawmii., fired the t rst gun at the battle of Witer
v loo. Pry t 11 me. Sir Walter, ws he not a fr
in' kiusman if mine"? Ciarltttoit Courier.
Sprliisrand Suutmcr Item stela. New l'erk
.Millinery l.iuworluiii Mud Centre f
This new, extensively palrouise I, popular, cheap
establishment, wil! open in a few days the cam.
paign, with a matchless display of new Spring Don
nets and Milliuery goode, for the present season.
So fascinating ia the styles, so elaborately rich the
trimmings, & so brilliiut the colors, that such a com
bination of artUtie ta-te aud skill, cannot fail to rec
ommend itself to the ladies, as well as ecus try raer
chauts, who dehire tiavii.g the Ian link in the eon
truiing power 4f FaaLion for their customers, in
preference to bad styles olTcred by parties, ho
cannot posibly be as well acquainted with the
basiocse as those who are exclusively engaged in
it, snd who give it their undivided attention.
Parlies iu the country directing their orders to
thin esublisbment, or throegb parlits here, may
rdf ou being promptly attended to.
" Every description of Straw DocccU and Ilati
bleached in the new Italian Method, anda trimmed In
a superior manner.
Remember the spot, Xo. S2 Union Street, Camp
bell's new building. . Si . or r. mar2d if.
fTMra. Lloyd has jast retarned from the East
with a large and handsome stock of French Milli
nery Goods, all of the latest styles and fashiors.
The Ladies will get due notice M ber Fprlng open
ing. Mrs. Lloyd's card viU be found in another
eoismn. m3. 1 w.
LOOK THIS 7AYI .
VAXTJAELE C0U2.TBT JLZSIDE5CE LSD LOTS
TQS. AL AT iV&LIC 8AXK-,
T WILL offt rat pubiie fate TUU-
1 VkX, the loth of March, 3 awaaurol
Uuol Urottod, situated AH aniles rroa
the ciiy near the (jallaun t'Us, and In-
medlauty on a i ew Pike that will be
inr, eooiaiuicg alxui tit acres eacu. Ose Let well in.
Ioved the otiiers have beautiful biildiof. aites od Ikriu.
with several One piings ot tbt Coast of sraier, wt:h a prcl
rv fair piTtfoa el li ober oa tech. Alsu, oo the same ly,
I will self Com, fodder, Hiiimi, soois food Milch Co,
H , one Wagoa, Farming UieDSiis,ac Those deatriug
a eoforuhle little farm lathe eeoatry, ervaatlBgu
snake a good tavestiueat Ia real estate, would wmu te
Bitter) ti.is sale,
. ttf A&k lotake place on the vreausea, Teraas libera)
and acade knosra eu day of .
Mareh t J0. J. SrSCM
CtfUDfALS ef every Tartety,) rrefve4
' w)UBCtr co. :
STEAMBOAT AND HIVES 2JEWS
Betata Advertised to Leave Tbla Day.
J. G. CUNE....... Cartwrigbt...... Cairo.
DANIEL BOONE, ...... .Lee, Memphis.
J. G. CLINE, ...... ...Cartweight, Cairo.
8LIG0, CobCit, ...... Waitsboro.
JAMES JOIINSON, JoHKSO" New Orleatu
Tbe Cumberland is s ill falling, with about
6f feet water on Ilerpeth SboaLi, Tbe weataer
The Humboldt. The Memphis JTetM, of the 4th
iuft., his the following in relation to the Humboldt
disaster " -
"Wc learn that at an assemblage of the under
writers at New Orleans a few. days ago, tbo pilots
of the. LelfaU (George Woods and Marsh. Patrick)
were acquitted of any culpability, and decision ren
dered that (the pilots of the Ilmtboldt being equal
ly clear) the collision was an unavoidable circum
stance. The question, whether ihe JjJfant had a
right to enter the chute, according to the steamboat
1-iw, U fclo settled by the chute being declared an
open one, and thus free to descending as wtll as
This puts a different phesc upon the case than
that whic'i sever! old eteamooatsmen, who are
fdruiliar with the navigation of the Mississippi, and
the regulations governing it, bad suppMed would
exirt. Although this decision is not necessarily
final, it would doubtiees have much weight in the
Courts, should a 6 jit be brought to recover dama
ges. The lot-s of the boat and cargo falls heavily
upon several of our Iusuriuce Companies and chi
sel's. Among the ltlU-r are the owners of lbs
J. G. Clike This general fivorite and excellent
boat leaves tc-lay at 12 o'clock lor Cairo. If
superb accommodations, and best appointments, and
clever and experienced officers are any recom
mendations, the CVt'ne is just about as near right as
such bouts get ti be. As for speed, greased light
ning is no where. She is one cf the fastest crafts
For Memphis.-The Daniel Boone, leaves for
Memphis tc-iy. Shis a very fine craft and can
run like a deer. Her accommodations arj excel
lent and ber officer are among the ol lest aud most
experienced upon western waters.
L- . .
Havana Plan Lottery.
By Authority of IfiZ State of Georgia,.
jAsi'Kit corvrv acif.my i,ot-
I TtEV CLASS 1G, to be drwn at Cokoirt Mall,
Macon, Oa., undert e sworn saperlntemlence of Col. Gao.
M LoGiian'i w. c. AnnsKsos, Esq., on Siaturday
IT! arch, 14th, 1867.
8ATUEDAT SMALL 8C7E3IE. '
15000 Numbers Prises patahle without In duction.
CAl'II AI, I'ltl.i:, 5,OOU!
8Cli KM E.
1 prlie cf 5,i0
1 " 1,?0
1 " t.ftl'O
1 " l.OtC
8 prlies" 500 are 1,6M
M ' liH) arc 8,u
100 " " 60 are CJOtit,
100 " u 60 aie 24,0(0
Tickets, 1 4-Halves, J2 Quarters tl.
IXa UV THE LOTrKKV.
Srne as tbe Royal Lottery f Cub with thin difference:
the Havana Lottery has 1)5,000 Mumbers this has only
There are t wo wheels, on each of which there are placed
two Locks. The .Superintendents have each a key to the
I.03ks, an I the wheels canDot be opened unless both are
present. There are placed in the wheel of numbers lin
iubexeontsiiiinp slips of paper with the numbers from No.
1 to li.lKKI. Io the wheel ol prii-s there are placed tin
tubes conlKininp klips of er with the prixeson them
ranging from $la,000 to tluO.
Wiien the drawing takes place, which will beln pnbllc,
the wheels are unlocked, and after revolving them, a Dum
ber is draWD out of the wheel of numbers, and at ti e tame
t'mtf one ia drawn out of the Prise wheel r.y boys with arirs
bired to t lie shoulder and blindfolded the tube is slipped
off, and the number held up aud enrolled, so that the whole
audience cau see it the numbcris then called oB and rrg
ixiered tiy ihe Superintendents, The l'ris d'awn is credit
ed to Ihe number drawn at the same time, and so on i mil
all the prises are drawn out. A copy of the drawing in then
sent to the printers, and after comparison the Derinteii
dcutf errtii.v to the eorreclurnf of the drawing. These So
(erintendenu are sworn to perform their duty without
fear or lavor.
It will be perceived that in this plan every prise is
drawn out, and of course some person nmt yet them; a
drawing i sent to every one ordering tickets. Ihe prises
are payable thirty days alter drawing, in full, without dis
count. ffV" Drawing takes place every Saturday.
f:f Orders for ticket addre.M'd io U. H. W INTER
Box Nashville, Tenn, will be promptly attenecd to
JAUU V. A IMtK, Manager,
mar 9 1w. Maoon, ia.
K o ) a 1 Havana Lottery .
T'HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, un
der the suiervision of tha Captain General of Cuba, will
take place at Li a v una. cm
Saturday, Maicli JiSili, 1857.
iortco iincro ATH Ordinarlo.
Capital IM-lAC 100,1H)0 Wolls.
4 Prises of 2,tKi
6 " " l.tKK)
bl " &it0
14S " " 4lKi
20 Approximation.... ,S"
4 Approximations to the $1IM,000, of (kKeacli; 4 of 4"0 te
ftO.OOO; 4 ol 40 to il0,"ti0; 4 of 4HJ to 0,uO0; 4 of 4i to (4,000
U hole Tickets $20 ; Halves $1U;
Prieseah1 at sight at 5 percent discount.
Bills on tlit Nashville city Kankf taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the remit become
fAff- Communteatlons addressed to DOM RfI)RIGt XZ,
(eareof City I'ost, Charleston, go. fa.,) until March ISth,
will he at'ended te. mar td
A LL who wish to avail thrmelvs of Mr.
run to avail thrmetvs or Mr. y
I'H Instrwctiorm in Writing shout!
lelsv, as Mr D.'s stay in the city r-"
Those who with to know the- .mst
do so without deli
is but limited.
permanent a4vntaref his Instructions ihi uld inqulr of
tii(iK wii. m & taugut lit ytara since ia tins place.
Parent?, Ladies and Gentlemen
Are lnvitd to call and axamina tha rapid improvement of
tho a ho ara now receiving leoous.
fn a few lesions lesra to write with ease an l a'egaoce.
No where do La lie feel the want of facility in writing mure
than when marriage or o'.hi-r causes sparat families, so
that the only mean of intereourtw Is on paper The want
of this fcctli'f oiten causes families to l-rc mi e-traned
fro n each other, beciue a SUIT, cramped hand rendsrs that
an intolerable tak, whl. h would oihn wi.-e be a pleasure.
The following remarks of the II ju. T. U IHktos aie very
IWisaiiicnia Cirr, June 28, ISIS,
hia: Considerine a good bml- nunc to be not onl an
arc ni)'Uihm", I ut a mean of uctm to evey mn ta
gsgejio busiiiesa, 1 ret:j applaud )iu meritorious exer
tiou to impi-ove the ebirugrsph of the aga. A gentleman
ore lady eiiher who wiites bail'y, never write wiliiugly;
and cinqu.atlf ftll o tee le wrl e when tfcey sbouiu; and
abeu 'hty da write, It I dona at the last moment, wllh
hit and impat.ence, and oux-QUcnt y wi:h faults of ail
kind, uf.sn oreiinitiii g and ltgurn, both the wrver and
the cause whiebbs aduiiiea. M ihli g yew every suorens
li your lauilable andertakiLgs, 1 rrm a your,rewetfulty ,
Are Invited ts ocotrast tbe easy facility of clil dren I or I
years rf aire, artrr a few ta-sons from Mr. D., wuh the fllff,
erampeu sty iw of those twice their age, who kave been 4 or
t vawra learning la the ooamoa snttaod, anJ tbca JuJge
whici ia the cheapest and baatsMibad,
t hold bacia writing at aa early age. Tha aesa and free-
ovm acijaitd tr m Mr. D.'s instracnoas are ne'er Pst, as
cu he - rtained from many families 1c ini plkce who fcsvs
Who write aa Inferior style can hardly expect to get the best
Aal professional gentlemen are often four hmrrs In doing
what fe hty ia writing woold enable th-m to do ia one.
Hntuis- -aloan No. 43 CNlON arRECT, over Weoel a
Ho..r, to 11, A. M 1 to4 r. M., and T te ? at ulgku
tXCS- Foand at Last !
Till: CrTAM:itX, a valuable rrcrip. frw ewrl
L iUM a ad beaaufjitig the Stir, gtvmg It thai peealiar
waive and enrl so much de.ire t by ail iuvers of beauty.
Thore having rwah, cnih or tf liair, can entirely re
move U-om Klacuua by vniy two or tkrwe a!rlieUM of
t.'tts valuable kioa. Als ia eoBneetion whb this a valu
able Keccip for retnoviua freckles, ftmplea and fcrup
tiuns from the lkin. both tbrsa aoii.ts will tn sent to
pactwJ tbe Lni'ed Mate or Ucidu (or la swai ol
Oneto(lar. Ad Ureas J. li. MARION, Warro,
M itA m Tratufeall uttly, Oaie.
vpHK attention ol Cvltoa RaiaeisildirecUdte brLARTt
X. CDTTON-PLANTHI, Uis mo.1 valuable machine aval
inveiAtdfor plsLUng eottoa and otiwr small sewd. Hav
ing ouittm.erisht loroi-nulaciur and sell trie stwe wa
et,;,Ml,.h. api.ine4 Mews. MACET A EAMIL
ZX.S, liaraaare Meirhastaat .Saahii.a, ear Aaebcsav
kiijui rtaa.MM, .!,,, will always kee a alack ea
band for eh.o.liou and sale. Vt a relet f Oilun-raiasrs la
l,eertiac-at.f 0,tt Orders addra4 4
aiecey a Hamilton will b pro. puy atuudtd te
RkfcU AMaiuiUAXL, UovdletaviUa.
Mcunast Caovi.JeS.rsea CeoBtr. Ark,,,
j. 1. Imtt. f.n... i. .1 . 1. ..
7. J . 7 . aviiaj tried sciaity
jmur Cotton f.4 f anter, I. with great cheerfulneas. Ct
aaaa aud hor.ecao piaster doles work of iwa Imm as 4
kiiirinii. aait Aa it hell. r,A 1 . - .
. , - . . uia na-a la a suof e
tavoiabla eoodliwa lor aftar eaiUtatlou than aay ether
node 1 fcavs hereut.'ore al. try rcapecu.!. .,,
JaJUu apr l J Wk w AT a ki.
7. THUEST0IY ULACK,
CTFCIO CVLR BLS7 st CO't Z00X ITCEJL
11 ULIC KtCAUl.
'SliniATI VA.I .tll5I,
1 TOCl 0WH TkLJCIiO. A airiu tat ar
Tenjjuaa a .Kbl) JtUilBU 'a., ,.
BY THE NATIONAL. LINE. '
Reports Furnished by the Associated Press.
ADDITIONAL BY THE PEItSIA.
New'Voek, March 6. The steamer Arapo arrived
at Southampton, and the New York at Greeoock
cn tl e 2d. D israeli was to attempt tha overthrow
of the Ministry by moving ao aruendmeut to tbe
, The I'ersiao difficulty has taken aa unfavorable
tarn tha Persian Envoy having euddenly ceased
Defoliations at Paris, and refused to visit London.
. The French Government iustructed its represen
tatives t London, Vienna, St. Petersburg, and
Berlin, t invite those powers to accredit their Res
ident Ministers as Plenipotentiaries to settle the
Xeufchatel affair. Conference meets earl; in Itarcb,
but it is feared an adjustment will be difficult.
The Russians have resumed the Circassian war.
It is rumored that Prussia is to Lave a large ces
sion of territory from Turkey.
The Principality quest ion remains unsettled.
An accident occurred at a colliery, near Were
bell, SoutLshire, at which 100 lives were lost.
.Vr. Curler, President of the Georgia Central
Railroad, has sent tho London Ti- et affidavits cf
employees of that roed, denting emphatically Ar-row.-mith's
story. Airowsmith replied, reiterating
his former story.
The rut Gcation of tho treaty between Russia and
Persia was exchanged on the lSih of January. By
this treaty Russia gets a large tract of land on the
frontier of Turkey, giving complete command of
tbe road from Terbizoa loErzeroum.
The afTVir8 of Italy continue disturbed. .
Lord Napier,' the new Biitish MiuL-ter, comes a
passenger in the Persia.
LociSTit.LE, March 7. It wsa very cold this
morning; thermometer stood at 18 decrees above
sero at 8 o'clock. The river is still f Jiing.
I'ho wat'.'r was let out of the lower canal yester
day for; repairs, and will be fiuisbed by Monday.
Wasti'soto!.- March 6. The "decision f f the
United t-tites Supreme Court in tbe Dred Scott
case wa8 delivered by Chief Justice Tanr y. In a
full end elaborate statement 'of tbe views, of the
Court, we have the fo. lowing all important points:
Firtt That negroes, whether slave or free, as
men of the African race, are not citzets of the
S,coiui That the Ordinance cf 1787, had not an
independent constitutional force or legal effect sub
sequent to the adoption of the Constitution, and
could not operate of ittelf to confer freedom or citi
zenship within the north-west territory upon ne
groes not citizens by the ConftUutlon.
' Third Tht the "provisions of the act of 1820,
commonly caUtd the Missouri Compromise, eo far
as it undertook to exclude negro slavery from, aud
confer freedom and citizenship upon negroes in
the northern part of Louisiana was a legislative act
exceeding the powers of Congress, aud void of
legnl effect to that end. , . -
In deciding .these main points, the Snprerne
Court determined the following Incidental points :
1st. The expression, "tcrrritory and other prop
erty," in the Constitution applies iu terms, only to
such territory as the Union posset?ed at tbe lime
of the adoption of the Constitution..
2 J. The right of citizens of the United States
emigrating to any federal territory, 'and the power
of the federal government there depend on general
provisions of the Constitution, which define in this,
as in all other respects, that Congress, as a Con
gress, does not possess the power itself to make
enactments relative to the personal property of cit
izens c4Jaihe United States in federal territory other
than such as the Constitution confers. So it cannot
constitutionally delegate any such power to a ter
ritorial government organised by it under the Con
stitution. 3d. The legal condition of a slave in tbe State of
Mis-ouri is not affected by a temporary sojourn of
such slave in any other State-, but on his return bis
condition will depeud on ihe laws of Missouri, and,
therefore, he coul l not sue in the United States
Courts. The suit must be dismissed for want of
The delivery of this opinion occupied about three
hours, and wae listened to with profound attention
by a crowded cour'-room. Among tbe auditors
were mmy gentiemeu of eminent legal ability, and
a due proportion of ladies.
Justice Nelson stated the merits of the case.
The question being whether or not the removal of
Scott from Missouri with his mister to Illinois, with
a view of temporary residence, worked bis enianci
pation, and maintained that the question depends
solely upoti the law of Missouri and for that reason
the judgment of the Court should be affirmed.
Justice Catron believed that the Supreme Court
his jurisdiction to decide the merits of the case,
lie argued that Congress could govern them only
under the restrictions cf tho States which ceded
them; end that the Missouri act of 1820 violated the
leading features of the Constitution : it was there
fore void, lie concurred with his brother Judges
that Scott is a slave, aud was so when tbe suit was
Severn! other Judges are to delievef their views
Captain Pettigrew of tho United States Navy is
New Yobk, March 7, M. Flour heavy. Sales
5 to 10 cts. lower. Wheat unsettled. Corn quiet
Mess Pork 24 00. Lard buoyant advanced c.
Whi-ky firm. '
The steamships Cahawba and Black Warrior,
from Havana, hve arrived with dates to the 2d.
Washisoton, March 7. Ex-President Pierce
signified yesterday to a deputation of Tennesseant
his intention of msking a southern tour before his
return to New Hampshire. :
StruKMK Cockt. Chief Justice McLean deliver
ed his views in the Dred Scott case, arguing that
slavery U limited to the range of States where it is
established by a mere municipal law.
If Congress deem slaves or free negroes injurious
to a territory, they have power lo prohibit them
from becoming settlers therein. The power to ac
quire Territory carries with Jt the power to gov
ern it. The m.isler does net carry with him to the
Territory the law of the State from which he re
moved, hence the Missouri Compromise is consti
tutional, and the presumption is in favor of the
freedom of Dred Scott and his family, who were
free under the decisions fir the last tweutj-eight
, Ntw York, March 7 Letters by the Persia say
privHtt advices from the United State have caused
an advance in ootion at Il.ivre of franc and
Urge, speculative inquiry. Market closed steady
New Orleako, March 7. A duel came off to
dy at Mobile between Mr. Nixon, editor of the
Crescent, Jand Mr. Rrerkenridge, of the Courier.
At the second i-hot Drerkenridge waa bit, and had
both thighs broken. N'ixon id unliurt Drccken
ridge is the ame who fought with Leavenworth.
Cinciwsati, March 7. Flour dull ; Whisky un
settled ; Provisions quiet ; River falling, with seven
and a half feet water In the channel. .;";.
COM M E KG IAL.
DAILY PATRIOT Officii,
Mascb 9, ihiT.
Corroi" The offerings oa Saturday wars light. W heard
of sales of bet 60 kales at 10a1 0 .
Tostooo-Salea of 1 hhds at Johnson, ITora A Oo.'s, al
to; 1':";aad 9 bkU at A. H amnion's, al 8. W. 9:10; U:T8;
14:u0; 14:45; 15.I0; lB:90rl3;85. "
Bamer Hof roand brisk al Se, ':
Waatv Qwiet, brings 901 00.
Co as Qaot4al45o. ...... , '
Due raurr Appta 1 60; peach 1 10; ed do S 00
Msec 4, 1, f . . Corros Price towtay ar full and
Stringent. UaiaeSOO bale at U)i to lS,,e.
Antntta Market. ,
' Msact 4. Cottow frieze axe very stilt snd taudine an.
ward advance to-day or mors an lover grade. Stock
M aala small demand good.
' Baltimore Cwffee .Tar kef.
" Vttet f . at Tha O ff.e market to-day rule qilrt,
bat firws. Tha sena f he market remains onchang'!. Wc
not sties to-iof VA bags gsod Rio at ll'e, and ISO bags
prima 'lo at 11 s,c, the latter a e leing com from th car.
fo ut the Creole. W ooctiiu oar quotation for RloCnffee
itftWfr medium; 1' tit' - ter fair; 1(VH tat
gtw-t; and 1111 for prune. N'o aot Java Calfe at
IViVpert. Lag iyra Coff tn Ui market. '
oorvsw narctis. ', -i'..'
As Botieed al the cloa ef ror iMt circular,' the market
was very dull and inanimate, aod ormtmaed until tha l Ui
Ibm . when erl-rs opened st a Hht CocLt a, aod tore
traoMctions took place at U",' W fur g xl averajs ia
Th resumption of navlgatioa at thl pert, tn einneetloa
with thaspnng demand and th- fxvorah: adVea rrooiih
er l-lattera mars eta, caad pncto lvoe rafndtv trots
he bweai pcial. 4 w the etarkl ay be o,utd fu!!y
S' Hi better than it waa twa wake c: epcut!iT fur
prima grade; lb demand ha lial specala
UV lo character, and tbt trakt ar bajlag freely good -eriptkMM
ef ki t Sj at li.
friss aad ciioic ar mch wanted, sad nws small saiea
at the laiter aiad h.v keea mad at 1 1 '4 e, tear eaoatba.
The ia resxvted bxoiade lk hK Woes srewnd
haH'tt. Thretrklckiebaoyanl,d4 li. ht ttock,
htrr very In a4 rMimgutmi aoder full ri.
Wt quota pim hia at II m UH F' He; Uir
lew grsje ( V te l'iV Lauayra 1J to 'Aj oI maik
. Java IS t 13 e. Wxnl A Fua,
Haiti. Mi.. ' " '. , " vkr.
J AOKSO N & A D AM S?
Ero&d Street, . :;5
' WfcJTOF t'iiATTANCKW A IkfOT.
KO Manafactwrwe af Doers, ak, IHnda, fraai,
X. MauMinr. ArcIil'r,Mtli, tti U-u, ttlaa
srv,WihrVardiDg, lotar aad Fia rioenng, Hhelvitf,
Uoods Uxe,and all kinds of aod V rt, nwe.rtnrUi
inatd ai6 of f raoia er Brick Hewaeaef avwry aWriptiea.
roar traa Ik arrvBUng eae try tuitciwd, alt we k earn
fully pail a s aaaot te w taeiuyaU. Vaa priased
a4 giaae ti Uia:r4. lt ti' 'Wlyv.
LtfhSTk A&,CUat fUrdiaea, Palme, A ., ? ".ere aad Sot
a by , , UbUlKe ACO.
Ueuralgia Cured- Bead what Mr. Bojdea says: no
medicine ever had certificate from such respectable sources
as Carter's Spanish Mixture. Mr. f. Boyden, one of th
original proprietors of the Aator House, Hew York, aod
for a number ef year of the Exchange Ho el, Rictmosd,
Tan waa enred of a aewre attack of Neuralgia, by Carter's
Spanish Mixture. TberapW and perfect care effected la
his ease by this valuable medicine, arrested bis attention
and excited hit Interest; h recommended it to others af
flicted with a variety of diseases, and in every instance a
cure was effected. Be has seen it cur Ague and Fever,
Rheumatism, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Fjvers, Violent
Coughs, aod eases which wer aaid te be conSnned Con.
sumption, aod nearly every other disease for which it is
used, lie remarks it is difficult to kaow what disease it
will not relieve er cure, and as a Blood Purifier, and Spring
and fall medicine,, he has never seen its equal. He cheer
fut'y tecommeixli it on all occasion, and believes it to be
the most valuable remedy extant. marchS lm
i . 1 1 -
Holloway'g Ointment. Salt Bheum, Scorbutic Erup
tion and Scrofula. Nearly half the human racs can bear
witness to the eScacy of this wonderful nnguent in the cur
of these diseases. They never fail, however long stauding
or desperate the ease may be.
Sold at the manufactories. No. 80 Maiden Lane, New
Tork, and No. 244 Strand, London; and by all druggists,
at 25c, 62Xe.t and $1 per pot or box. march8 lw
" Mercury, when taken to excs, debilitates the system,
des-.roys the marrow, weakens the blood, and brings about
disease which renders life burthensom. When such Is th
caw, the sufferer my readily find relief in the use of Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, a never failing antidote lor tbia de
structive poison. In Virginia alone there are hundreds of
persons who have been permanently cured of mercurial af
fections by the nse of Carter's Spanish Mixture. .
Inflammation of th Langs, until the discovery of
Carter's Spanish Mixture, waa regarded by physicians as
roost haxardoui to health; bat since then, those who have
tried it as a remedy, speak offt aa a never-failing panacea.
Its healing and soothing effects upon the affected parts, as
well as its powerful agency in purifying the blood, make it
an invaluable agent in the cure of such due.
febiB 2w ' '
Important to Consumptives Many valuable iivs
have been saved by UaaxMAX, Clakk A Co.'s GssoiaB
Cob Lrvsa Oil, which, in all hamaa probability, would
have been lost bat for its timely ate.
It is no quack medicine, but Ihe pure Oil, made with the
almost ear from the S"rnh Cod FUh Xieer.4, and is re
commended by the most eminent physicians in Europe and
America, and has proved by ten years' experience themoet
valuable remedy for Consumption and Scrofula aver dis
covered, for, while it cures the disease, it increases to
health and strength of the patient,
v Cacti cm Tfler is a great deal of spurious oil, adultera
ted with Seal Oil, Whale Oil, Ao., which, instead ol benefit,
ting, Irjjurrs the patient, by deranging tbe Oigestive or
gans, but being cheaper, is by unprincipled persons palmed
off for genuine.
Notice, that Hiokmak, Clabk A Co.'s signature Is ovr
the cork, and th Eagle and Mortar on the label; for, sine
thedehthofW.ij. Rushton, our late partner, lh-re has
been an article called Rushton's put In the market, which
ia in no way connected with with R. C A Co., cr H. 0. A
Co.; and thousands who had used other Oil without suc
cess, have been restored te health by the Genuine Oil of
I-old by Evm BRO.'S, J. G.BROWN, and by all respect
able Druggitti. fehiSl 2m
Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and
WoodSaptha. . . .
THE GREAT BOCTHERN REMEDY.
A speedy and positive cure for consumption. It is a cer
tain remedy for Pheumonies, Asihma, Spitting of Blood,
night Sweats, Bronchitis, Cougha,Colds,Pluriiy, Whooping
Cough, and all disease of the cheat and lungs, together with
all the af ections which pnediapos to the above named com
plaints. All persons who have used it in the abov named
complaints attest to Its efficacy in the most unqualified
terms. This invaluable medicine is for sale by all the drug,
gists throughout the Southern and Western Slates. ' Mana.
facturedby A. L. WILKINSON CO.,
li unu v. He, Ala.,
to whom all orders must be addressed.
Hear what the Hon. Jaaa Clbhkhs say of its nature.
Persons who buy one bottle are sure to get a second.
ncxTsviu.1, March 6, 1S5C.
Gbjits: I have used Dr. Charles Williams' Pulmonic Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha with thu happiest
effects. A negro man, now belonging to my father, whohas
been for several years afflicted with a distressing cough, is
apparently restored to good health by the use ol on bottl
I have used It also in other cases, and none without de
cided bjceflt to the patient.
Very respectfully, JERE CLEMENS.
Messrs. A, L Wiliimsob A Co., HuDtaville, Ala.
Da. Cbas. Williams:
DiARtsiR: I take pleasure in giving my testimony to tbe
virtues of yonr excellent "Puimonie Balsam of Wild Cher
ry." Having ased several b .tiles in my family, with de
cided advantage in every case, I can recommend it as th
best and most pleasant medicine I have ever seen.
" W. D. P. SAWRIE."
Tuscumbla. March 22, ISIS.
Porsale by Kern an A Rains, Berry A Pemovi'le, G. W.
Hendershott, A. R. Roecoe, Kwing A Brother, wholesale,
Josiah tl. Brown. sept2i dAw6m
Arejn (iettinsr Itald T
Is yonr hair turning grey f Do you wish to cultivate good
whisker and moustache t Tour hair to be soft, silky and
glossy T Year head to be cool, comfortable and free of nd
rufff Mothers I are your children to have luxuriant head
ofhairf Then tut Boaut's Hvfbbiob Fluid, which weeer
'iiiU in its unerring effects. Prices 25 eta, SO eta, 73 eta, and
tl B0 per bottle. Bogle's Balm of Cytheria stands unri
valled for eradicating tan aid pimples, and beautifying the
complexion. Price 60 eta. Inventor and proprietor, W.
Bogle, Boston, and sold by Druggist everywhere.
Jobs D. Jiars, Pres't. D. D. Jakes, Cashier.
BANK OF COMMERCE
Deals in sight and time Bills, Gold and 8!lver and Cncnr"
rent Bank Notes, makes collections In all parts of ih coun
try, will live the highest market price for Laud Warrants
nJ pay interest oo deposites. JanlS.
i. . a
AT CHA8. ROBEITSON'S CONFECTIONARY, a larg
lot of Sweet Alasena Oranges. Also, a fin lot of
Sicily Lemon, Cocoa Nuts, Soil shell Almond, English
Walnuts. 1'eaana, Bragil Nuts, Filberts, Ao , to b sold
cheap to suit th town or country trad. march 8
T. & F. MLLIOD,
coxFECrioxru! and dealers irt
FIXE rRUITS, NUM.
(Fin liquors, Cigars, Tobacco,' &c,
No.?T .Tlarket Street, 2d door from Itroad
UJ E would respectfully inform tha eltiieos cf Nashvfll
. aad Ui trad in this and the a.tjolning comities, that
we have recentlv Otted up our establishment for th pur
pose of d ing a Wh iles! and Retail bacss, and would
respoetfully ak a shar of public patronage.
rjtjf Order's for Candies, Fru.ts and other articles la
our tin attended to with promptness and dispatch.
marcl.6 P. A f. i ILLIOD.
" Prof. HENRY WEBER
Teaches on th - '
PIANO AKDJN SINGING.
TERMS-'1 a Session of Ave month two
Lessons every week, each fifty minutes, half
to Ke paid In advance. ....
Lonhy the month, $10 to be in advance.
r- Orders to b left at West's Music Store.
4 iTX ..-l-JvJ&iTs? j
Jii. n sun, rt irK.tL tutit- r-
TAKER aDdCABI.NETMAKRR.ben IBS.
leave to Inform his friends and th public generally, that
he baa movad his Shop and Coffin roiras to Ca A Saar
ABD'sold stand, Deaderick street, lat'lr oecurird by J. W.
MoCvmb, where h I prpar4 so fhrhish C"ilins of every
loaeription, together w lib good Horses, Hacks and ovary
thing ctce asry for taneral. H wiB giva hi personal aU
tea ioa te all call both ay and night.
furuituroof ail kinds repaired or made to order In th
beat stylo. fel24 JOHN H. CLRREY.
' FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS. 1
KE0E1TZD this, by Express, a choice lot of Famishing
Good. Tb latest style of Sblrt, Neck. Ties, Kid aad
llk Gloves, Col ar, Saenden, Half-Has, titck and
Cravats, Dressing Robes, Underwear of every varltty.
Trunks, Valium and Carpet Hags.
A ho, a fresh sp?v of Perfumery and Toilette Soaps, Hair
Tooth, Ciothe and Nail Bmtbes Together with an aasort
mentof Shell, BuJalo, Pone and Ivory Combs, Ac, Aa., and
w Invite all so aa examination of our Stock.
J. H. McGLL,
Ladles' and Oentleaea's Furnishing Store, corner ef
Ik Pquarv aad Collw tk. marebo
H I rf BOXES WIS BOW GLASS, superior quality, aO
Jl I if varying from S by 10 to 26 by ii, just re
ceived and for sal by KE&NASi A RALSie'.,
1HISt.SE SUGAR CAKE SEED jot received at
f HERN AN A RAIN".
'UES1I !. AKD LAIil ll UEEIt.
J bav just reeelvad a fresh easpiy ef a tapcrlor ar.
ticl of freak Al aad lagar ttarr.
, . HAftLR4MfLLtR A CO
feblS No. 4t Cherry sret
i,: i ; I STILL S.IVC I.
BEI! SHAD,astreeiwd par Adam's Fxi'. at
- Seal '- T" P. r. Rt'MSKVTL"?
Kctt Sprin aad. Summer Ucods.
I AM ww receiving my vtoet of SPRING ASH iCMMtt
COOP, ef tho latest sty Ioa, axpray for OrBitesaea'a
wear, to wticb 1 tavit th A.tatitia of sy aioors aa 4
tb public t"al!y. '' - - "
AUUrjCOr AEPOST OF FaIHIOKS for th Uprtuf
aadrusasser. IAM. fsUCUiTT.
' e 0 strwt.
, WM, SIMMONS, rri
CAWTNTTS AS!) HILDES, rotpeeUoliy attonar te)
tL ettiua f NaabfiliaAMU kaisaow located atb
rar oi Charck enA knumx-j Strrrsa, otskOi tb g.
Ctoed Botcl, wWtw fc irrerad to crule U kiSMaa?
trput'Hi Jut!Mr')rtu-sor, kj and biiaa,
liiair Caet,hev Cuea, CIc te.u, f.tt apistor,
J.tMng and Kepairieg, AC., prtmpt)y aiuuded to. . ,
eb4 m -
1 1 mniw toa
THE CKU3SATED THOTTI.sa SfALUOSr,
J. footer aad F ft. M.-lr7, will scak hi ttra
swwSvg asttaaaatti Pvaakti ? at h r.-m
slf.S W"irj. rjrtcras, c,rrtt:US
fx tcfBt, Ac , rt t:Us
18 .... ...... 1857... ,........1857
WASiilElGTOii, DRYMi & CO.
K"0ETH-EAST C0E. SQUARE,
IMPORTERS AND EXCLCSELT
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
' Laces, and
We also keep fail lines of
Ficknit & Twisted Silk Hitts,
Comhs, Brushes, Varieties.
We have made heavy additions to oar former par
cLases, adding many entire
New Lines of Goods,
Amongst which will be found a large and complete
Of all prices, to the STYLES of which our pur
chaser baa paid especial attention.
odr stock, or
, comprises all tne latest Styles and Desigus.
We invite especial attention to our large and en
tirely new Stock of
Which we guarantee to turn out as represented.
of ail kinds, and a great variety of
By devoting car time exclusively to or one
branch of business, and purchasing almott entirely
for CASH, from tha MANUFACTURERS, we
are euabled lo procure goods at the
Very IaOW est Vigurcs,
and therefore, feel safe in savins: that we can offer
Merchants SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS, both in
prices and variety of goods.
Our Stock will be ready for sale by the 20th iost.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, &c.
i at the highest market priee.
WASBKGTOaV, BRYAN & CO,
Next door to the Methodit Ptib-
.lishiug House, Nashville.
, feb!7 am
ROYSE .Si ELVERSON,
K0.20 PUBLIC SQUARE, SOUTH SIDE,
Entire Ji'md antl Choic Stock 0
CL0TD3, CASSIMKUKS, TESTINGS. DUILLrXGS,
HEAD Y-2IADE CL O THING,
Aad a full Stock of
Gentlemens' Furnishing Goods.
HATING purchased our Goods ODiler th most favorable
circumstance, w will offer rtst Induonnents to cash
or punctual time dealers, and solicit from the trade aa ex
amination of oar stock before purchasing elsewhere. W
would call special attention to the assortment of I loth,
Cassimeres and Vesting, which we will make up to order
in the latest atylea aud warranted to fit or no ale. Ws
also call your attentioa to our stock of Ready-made Cloth
ing, manufactured expressly for our trade, which we are
determined to sell at the lowest price, and thereby merit
your patronage. We will take pleasure in showing our
roods and proving our assertion a to prices, qua ity, Ac
We keep every thin? usually kept In Gentlemen.' Puminh
tng rUortS, and w will have, iu a 'i w daj s, a no. k f boy'
Clothing. r.OY.-K A ELVKIIiON,
No. 20 l'ublic Square, routh iide.
WANTED A few good Joorneymen noo but srowl one
aod apply. febft 2n R. A E.
TN consequence of want of stock duru.g the wiDter month
and accidenta to machinery, by fire, al one of our prin
cipal Cotton Factories, thera is only one tenth Cotton Cord
enough made to supply the orders whkh I receive for th
article. I am doing !h best lean to supply my customers,
lo Oiling a part of the order aa they eirae, in turn; and pub
lish this by way of explanation to those who have favored
m with their orders. 8. M HABKKTT, :
Wood-War aad Cardage Dealer,
marchS lm . , Cincinnati , O.
ACONSlDEBABLiC quaatity or COAL, from tb Bell
Mines, on band and for sai at tb wbart Apply at
th Packet Office af A. L- Dav.s, or to 8. B. Glenn, al th
Coal Depot, Market street, in front of Cook's Hr.s Foun
CUKS. MILIEU A CO. have opened tb bnv Gardens,
west of th Franklin Turnpike, near the City Hospital,
wher refrtbaents may be obtained. Biarebd
TUE undersigned keep a Boarding Hons on Cedar
street, next lo tb Verandah Hotel, where b is ready,
at all times, to accommodate transient or permanent
Boaders at fir rates, tlisublala always provided with
th bestta market affords.
ianlT GEO. W. COLEMAM.
rWILL pay Cash for LAND WARRANTS al my offle,
Jn2d J. O. FELLOWEW.
MEAT A3D PASTaY CCDS P0S 8ALX
THE tubacriber offers for sal his woman TEMPE, aa
good a Cook, Washer aod Irooer asibcr 1 intb
State, also anderstaod okling and Preserving,
jaciS ALEX. MACKEMZIB.
LAW PAET5ESSHIP. '
J0TIS 8. BRIEN anJ BIMKOt VgSABLB cava formed
a partnership for thsprartjoeof their profession. Of
fie i Cherry atreet, Naahvllie, Tenor.
SALE 07 VALUABLE f BOPZBTT.
TN eorapliaac with aa order of th Hororabia Circuit
Court of Kob.rison Ooanty, mad at its lebruary Term,
131T,ia the cause of K. 8. Paya' hairs, by Lhr guardiaa,
Joo. A. itne,to s! Hoasa and Lot, I will rffor Ibr sal,
oa MOMUAT, th th day of April aeat, (being County
Court day .) in th town of gprlngneld, Robertsoo eoanty,
Teonaas, oa . rjit of on, twa aad tore years, that
valuable Tvra House, long aad favorably kaowa as U
SPRIMUFUL J UOIEU lh Lt U si Utatd oa tb north
t rorn.r of th Pabi 8qar, froung 1J fct aa atala
aad I'.i oa May atrocU, (about 1 acre.) Tb lloua is a
neat and nabataotial hriek Uou., wU soiled so Uotalry,
and might ba ud a a business hou er priest roudenea;
cenUia thirteen rooms, ctliars, a a. Ct tha Lot ar all
Beceasary out-buil'tuigs ice-kou, stable, garden. A.
Paid property w-U b sold oa a credit of oa. Iw aod tar
yeswa, with intresi from date. Twa rood Maariue will
bo rqa.rd i tk parctiaser, aed a Hen retainsd oa la
property until paal f jr. Cash f r ooto sale io advance.
saaiTbiS td JOHM H. MUrCHlSoai.
$1 - CQ CK TsTbeceivio 05 dol
1 OOi OtJ lar, 1 wm send a Receipt tor
making TaasariassT rkiir. tin receiving thrw doilaro,
will cead a wiest valuable keoeiptfor oatxir Kit Fash,!
BoAP.toeostaBly tHrea eeou a pouad. it Is not known s
li persons ia tae l aitwd tat. - Ca receiving Iv A,
lara, 1 will send tfieatvov ahd ix lbr EaceipUfur xaalsg
FixcvBosr. Iteao b made Id aa ordinary d nnrr pwt,
aod on as smart ae-itl as flv dol'r,and sold rta'ti'y al
a profit of on hundred per cent. T any ao cat of bai
net It I a fort on. Any question aiswsrej or reference
given bylaeloaiBg thrarn ptr
- Address, T. B. KC'TLL,
' 1 ' : Box Jtt. Pwit-r.ace,
fob fa - ' ' ISrklyi, IT T
CUDDV,3IERItnT &. CO,
. - Turmmrly Kisgdaad A CaJdyJ r )
ST. IOUIS, MO.
-t ' M ABCFACTCBB -
,' ' ' ' . MtlWi , .. . a -
.Boiler and Sheet Jrou Work; ;
SA W AND Qi:iSTMlLL J4 CU1SER T;
. PAtKri A JOUSSOSf', WATKB W H Itti; t -
LEAD FURNACE CASTINGS,
Aud Iron and Itrata Work ,
J svry daaaiptiua.
ffF1 alr l!t aad any taforscsiloa re-ired, fa.
BtsVd bf wriilng ') t Ah.'V S.-SS
Ut. i jiiiv-la .
SWAN & C0.S LOTTEftElS!
CAPITAL. PlllZE 50,000 .! '
'Owing to the great favor with which our Blngle Bomber
Lotteries hav been received by the public, and th 'rri
demand for Tickets, the Managers, U. Swaa A COwiU
bav a drawing ah Saturday throughout th year. Tb
tbllowine Schema will be drawn in each cf their Lottari
for March, li57. ,
To b draws 1st th City of Atlanta, Gorgia,ln panne,
SATUUIJAI, JIAUCII Ttb, 18ftT.
To be drawn In th City of Atlanfa, Georgia, la pablie, oo
SAX I'll DAY, JIAIXCII lltli, 1857.
To b drawn in th City rf Atlanta, Georgia, in public, n
HATl'KOAYt 7IAKCH 21t 1887.
' ; - ' CLAS529, 1 :
To b drawn In the City of Atlanta, Gecr-ia, in public, on
SATURDAY, MABCH 23, 1857, on the P1B o
80,000 Tickets j 3,260 Prizes
IIOSE THAN 0SE PEIZS TO EVES.Y 10 TICXII8
."hag i iKir sch K.n u.
8.MK) Is. ...
a lW0 is
j w a
1 m i
100 " u
APlMtOXITIATIO PR CAES
Apxm'g to f.VJ.I.uO pi .ieara $1,000
" 12,100 " " biiO
" 10,000 " 4110
,00 " 820
" 8, 00 - J0
7,010 " " 840
C.iiOO " 8S0
1 " 6,ooe "
4,000 " " ISO
8w)0 " leo
I " 8,000 ' " Ii0
1,0U " 100
4 - SiW
4 " 100
4 " 80
4, " 0
4 " 50
4 " . 43
4 , 45
4 " 80
2,260 prise amountin rto 1 04 OO
Whole Tickets, tlO; Halves 85; Gastrters $2.5 0
PLAN OF THE LOTTEKV.
The Numbers from 1 to 8,000, corresponding with those
Numbers on tba Tickets printed on separate slips of paper,
are encircled with small tin tube aud placed in on Wheal.
The first 812 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, ar
plaeid In another Wheel.
The wheels are then rerolved.SDd a number is drawn
from the Wheel of Numbers, and at the same tim a prise
la drawn from the other wheel. Ihe Number and Prise
drawn out are opened and eqhibited to the audienc, and
registered by the Commissioners; th f rise being placed
against the Number drawn. This operation is repealed
until all the prises are drawn out.
The two preeeding and two succeeding- Number lo tbose
drawing the fint li Prises will be entitled to th4 Approx
imation Prises, according to Ihe sen em.
3,000 Prizes of 20 will be determined by th
last-figure of the Number thai draws the 850,000 Prise.
For example, if the Number drawing the iJi'.OOO Prisw end
with No. 1, then ail the Ticket where tiie number end hj
1 will be .untied to fid. If the Number end with No 8,
than all the Tickets wher the Number ends with 8 will bo
entitled to 40, and so on to 0.
Certificate ol Packages will be sold at the following rate,
which Is the risk:
CertificaU ol Package of 10 Whole Tickets 80
" " 10 Half " 4 0
. " " 10 Quarter" ij
IN 0RTKBIN TICKET?
Enclose the money to our adtlrtss for !'ie tickets ordered,
oa receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have tickets ending in a tur they may
The list of drawn numbers and prizes!!! bt sent to pur
hwrs immediately after the drawing,
HfPurchasers wiil please write their signatures plain
and rive their post orflce, county and Sta'.-.
ITS'-Remember that every Prise is Jrawa.and payablelo
full without dedaction.
t3T"All Prise of 1,000 aod under, paid Immediately aft
the drawing other prise at the u.Mial tm.e of thirty day.
All eommunicatioDS strictly confident a:.
Priaa Tickets cashed Or renewed in other Ticket at itber
Address Orders for TicketsorCer'iflce either te
8. SWAN A , AtlanU.Ga.
orr. "WAV. M. ntitomery, Ala.
or, Z. bTIM.TrV.v, Agnt,
eb! liox No. y, Nashville P.O.
To tbe ladies of Nashville!
MRS. S. J. LLOYD,
Fashionable Silk aud Straw Milliner,
NO. 10 C EI) A II sr.,
imjjs.mmB jstjsfwasi: m. Hjma
WOULD rospectrbfly inform the Ladir of Nashvlll and
vicinity, that she has Jnst receive I direct from the
second Paris of th world, the City of Ne York, a beauti
ful assortment of French Millinery Gocis, c nsistingof La
dle Pedal Honneta, Chineal Bonnets, Ppot Bonnets, Braid
Bonnet, KmbroldeTed Lace Bonnet, li u ; ! -j Bonnets, Em
broidrred Tissue Bonnets, Kich lacc.v B"r.::ets, of th new
oat styles, Misses' and Children Bonnet?, in great variety,
of all sort and slses.
A beautiful assortment ol Moonrt B"-K"is of all kinds,
such as Velvet Ribbons, Baah and belt KiMjus, and Trim
ming Ribbonaof all sort.
Flftv boxes of the most beautiful and loveliest Flower
thevytcanbejiold, Wreaths, Koe, Koo-uiops, Pigaets,
A handsom surnaeoi ol k'uibrideri for Ladies, Inch
a Chrmiaett. L'ndersieeves, Collars, Worked Handkeref,
Kid Gloves, bilk Gioves. Black Bilk Veil-, and other arti
cles of Ladies wear too numerous to n.nt.oo. Opening
day will be on the 1st cf October. Now 1 a lies is your time
tn get a handsome and fashionable bonnet cheap. Jo not
be under the impression that Culon street Is tha only place
you oan get a bandsoire and fashionable bonnet. Call at
No, 10 Cedar street, and you will saw th it th goods are
equal to any tn th city. I can sell you bonnet from $8 00
to $25 00, and have secured some of the best milliners In
the city to work for me. All orders for cleaning, altering
and retrimmins, hall b punctually attended to, and don
In a superior style and at a reasonable price.
N.B. Ladies dtraw Bonnet cleansed and altered.
GIIAND DISPLAY OF
Fancy Bonnets and Milinery Goods,
k VIt 1 UK S 11! ING OP 1837.
I would respectrclly Inform my lady '
rlends that I have now in strrs one of the 33
arrrt, rront beautiful, select aud cheap- 2L
etst"ckof Millinery ever offered at Imahrill or at any
retail etablihmer.t at th east, and au: low ready to sup
ply my friends with earljfprtng Uatof tlie latest design.
My stock, In part, consists of
1,000 rich Paris, Bogal and Fancy Boneti, imported styles;
I'M) case Hair, tlnijal Bond Lace lion re a;
25 cast English tttraw and otherpluhi styles;
5 doxrn Imponed Imperial Chip Botnts:
878 Canton Paris Flowers, for bonnets, purtie and bride;
173 Canton Pari Ribbons, for bonnet and dreaa trim
mings; 60 diseo Hoop Pkirts, bon and stesl, extra ben, Ac;
40 dosjn Spanish and French F.ina;
80 doarn erasols, assorted quality;
Rich B ack Bugal La.: Mantilla and m;-ria';
Bogal Gimps and Laces, white, blond and Jialia;
Black Bugal Collars aodetts, lor mouru.r..
Our stock of ktnbrolderks isnotonly b- amiful butekp,
consisting In part of Rich Matie Work, MuaIiu, Jaconet
Setts, Collars cfllonitoa Work, Muslin. Matie and Jaco
net L'nder.pleevM, Worked hands, lri Kmbrokfared
HanJkarnhiats. A line lin of Part Mitt, KM bieva and
klsstie BclU; Ladle fine and medium Ct t.t.a Port Monies.
Th Bonnet Comb and now sty of Tuck and Redding
Comb, with snaoy Fancy Goods, too aur:it:roost mention.
My opening days wili be th lt and lit I. oi. March.
I trust to receive the sam litxral pairona extended to
me for the put thirteen year, and sha'l rndeavor, by po
lite atteotirn, punctuality and honesty of purpo, tooom.
saand a ontinaoce.
I will not deceive yen aa regards Fashions, as I am wall
posted In that respocl. 1 receive by evtry steasa.r from
kurop th latest st) les from Paria and Lr.ndon.
V Bonnet bleached in superior 'ri-.
X. WISE, Agsot,
No. 44 Unioa Bt. n.i t dour so flata Baak.
K. B. Country Menksntj and Milliners old do wt
toeiaroln asy block befor purchastng, aa 1 wtll All small
bills aa soon a purchasing East. snmrcki
Fancy Bonncls and 3Iiliinery Goods.
TO COUSTET M ESCHAKT8 AKD MLLL15IE".
IH AVE this year complaud arraagrn:ent to supply a
small Bill of Goods at even les priec i.'iia eoald b pur
chased East, taking inla consideration th c barges and
cx.pt tii.i, and lav. at least 80 per coot, As regards Btylo
aud Fashions, bingtwenty-fiva year' cxueriaao la Mil
linery Good, and ccocnmg msclf xdusivly to this'
branch of trade, 1 ass always posted, 4 no so Uabla to
ba deceived aa tho liraiirf la every df ar riptloa of sar
chaodia. My stock t awwla store, cr nrlitiag of on of
tb largest stocks ofgilk Fancy Hornet, aod Ih larretl
stock of Straw aiooe ever opened at N nhvlil. Boiuxt
try m this season tit your Bunatu, and leara something
te your advantag is Fasbiooabl Stock, at . ,
I. :.-E'g, Agut,
Na. 48 Caioa streat. a xt door to th Stale Baak. '
NashvUi. Marcb id. 1MI.
1?57. Boots and Shoes. 1S57.
4'Z COLLEGK STIIKKT,
TRUNKS, YAUSES LACiES KAT-CASES AND
TUA VELl.G Ut.;
BCOTS, SHOES, AKD -BROSAHS,
Of rvxar discju?tion, bt tus ca.-e oooiui.
LAOtKS CoBgr Boota, Garters, Kippers, aad Wa"Vnf
rho; Surer Kid Sapars and boo:, with h'a; Mlieea
aad Child re as' chocs, Boots, and Gal:, a larg antt
saant. Gent 8pr Calf snd French Patent leaibtrflliUr aad
Draa 8b; Oi'ord Ties aad tlo.h Cnnr-- Gai'.ra.
A fr N. 1 8l-LUtr, A'bUcd aud Plata VALUES '
B'd CARPET BAGd. M whk.li I iuviu th aitaot lam oi
purcbaaM. . , rf , ,v .. Juul KAMA..
rttii ii Wowra m-
Corner of Lrout and $tmitr
ItTOCLD laftjrsa the people f aT.?; ad th ar
V V rvundias awooiry, tKat be ha re tUy isarav 4 aad
rreat'y oiaged kia Mrtle-Tard, aad i uow propacasl la
tl ail anter un tba Marai lac at Ui aLaricat a.
MtbaBatfaaratlctralurcAa lie 3Uidujaru
B1 v uiraira i M.t ffmKq iuki u oaasaaaiA, auiav
ttPW. F rure. Statuary, Foaatatas, lptMsuaJ k'Htaat,
I'm, VaacTcsBb, ., Racy of whkh of U prM
Itaiiaa Mrbj, and frusa u etuaciof t. bt Iwms
satr- Hi arraag'wauir a ecsr-itru. su fUrataaet.
a.ik.BU of ktAxW,.iitieT oi h- wa aauiUetcr ar tia.
prtd. HaaMEvB4aiaryeoaotity of fi.a Marbia,
u, tu si-t, w-r h wi:i.j ar . ttwow far
B'tu Liryp-.uta ktarbio of tk b . . east a k4 ar
h yasi. tl Salter tt,.J liial ba Oaurow asrv tkapao.
lk-o a c ssaeati a r ti sa a at y at ' mt MtaMtaasaat
lath Wst. A naaf I paaus paawaag I smkntod.
)aats w . '
TtCf4VT.ioii!i. Cr", Join itaiiX aad wUcr
1 Baeav bwcsBsl HA MM as4 MaraatCa tssswe
wivat LcMsitlAaX A C3.
; U B. 5cr T. Di FITE,
WHOLESALE DEALE33 15
STAPLE AND F1ACV BUY GOODS,
No. 9 Cwllewe St. MataliTille, Tenia. '
WBasw now In receipt of the larsrest portion of our
, tock of Good suited to PKLG AND rLMMEA
SALES, aud tbs entire stock will be to hand in a few day ,
t whici wiit.t. attentioa cf merchant puiehasios;
in this city. Oar former succesx in the eaie of LAUlEfl
BltKbB OOODs, Bo M MKTS, ANI I1ITE COODS, ha
induced na to inerca ur parch at in ttis department
over aDy former soason, t which we invite the e-pceiala-Untion
of mercbaata, biivtng u mill h to luetr urfaaasV
to looa at tbsa good.
fcbl-aai J L. p.. A T. D-flTE.
.H.euuvia. a. sVSAJLDBaa. lchiumi, v. A.aaarasx.
GARMER. SflEPllERD & CO
WHOLESALE DEALEP.S IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
20. 60 PUBLIC CARE, yASHYILLZ, TESS.
VVJE have now in atore a very 'urge ttock cf Goods,
V suited to Spring and Summsr .n, cousnUiig of
BOOTS A-fD SHOES, HATS AS I. STKAV7 GOODS.
Including an extensive assortment ci new : te
Bonnets and Artificial Flowers,
To wbich we respectfully invite tha attention of Meichanta
b-yins ia this market.
VVewh to bay Feather, Wool. Eo-eswax, Gin eng,
Jean. Unaey, and eocka.
ufcill GABDNK.-i, !J?HESD A CO.
WATfOX JS. fOOXB,
Late of Giia&boro.' Tenn.
JiSMtt . BAILXT.
. AJSI X- o. UUHtlilti
COOKE, BAILEY & CO.,
WHOLE-ALE DE.VI.Et- IN
BOOTS SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, &C,
KO- 4, 80UTH SIDE PUL:3 f QoAEE,
WE are bow In receipt ' our ?rtnj a-isortmaof
Goods, to which w raspeollu.ly ak l:ic attentioa
of Retail Merchants.
O.ir I ne of btraw Goods will be fcun ! rryroirp'teanl
ujirible,and our stock of Boots. ;ht and U.t i beli.v
el lo be In suulcient variety touiniu c icqoirt mints of all
wh,i may bwjr as with an xau.ia;.oki. As pure has
exouisively from th Manfacturers, wc feel v arranted ia
a-Mi lingthat we can supply tb I .--too ih all colin our
l.u as low aa they can be dtliv-rr.l L ro fio. ih large
jouing tstablisbments ol Philautl..iand N a York.
t urlerm of credit ia six moniii-. tu piompt Scaler, aad
we make liberal allowance for Ci-li iiAmrB -a
foblC 3m toOivt, BAiLLV A CO.
A. AU.IS0B. t. AKDIB8C9. W. P. V CLASAHAB
ALLISON. AKDFCH & CO,,
Importer and Wholesnle L caler ia
FOREIGN AND BOJIKSTIC
NO. 41 PtBUO BQUAP.K, N A? 11 TILL H.
SPRING IMPOKTATION OF
18 5 7!
TTE are w receiving and O'Tr.'ng oor MRl!VO
V v STOt K and hali ia a few t'-.; s bav.- ii completed
and ready for inspection.
' Our stock baa been selected wild clu-usI care, emb'scicg
the LA Ti..t T STflAH of both
F022IGJ A5D DOMESTIC, STAPLE AiS FAS
CT DEI GOOES, YAhUTLES,
Rcady-MatAc ClfttV.inu:, oiLc.,
- Our purchase tbls Spring be urn lsrsely irci-eaed ever
f . r iier oms, to mtel 'be growuii; aai.i oltlie o untry,4
frri additional inducements to ti e Trade. V r, therefor,
Mix I an examination oforstoc Iro u our oi.l hiendnand
ti e Trad generally, visiting this emmet, feetiu $ conkdrat
tt.nt we can max it to their interest by Joins o.
:.b5-.m AM)tH.-.., ALLiau S A CO.
1H S. XI ll.
WM. a. BASIN.
ibXM G. ADAM!
T. & W. E ak irv CO.,
Iiuporters and. Wholes Dralrr lia
NASIIVILI.I , TJI-VX.
W hav now ia tor a superb stork of
spbustq aud sTjimxs
C3r O O Z3 S 9
a uhich wi'l b found soma of ti e ruv.t tasty OO00B or
LADIEH A.D ti:.-xTl.E.TIi:.
errr offered In Nashville.
We hav also largely Increased oar Stock of
An,1 ar fully prepared to meet the growing dc.cand of tba
Uado, at reduced price.
oca avacx or
BONNETS, MANTLES AND VARIETIES
Will be found very full and attrartlv-. to all f which w
invite th attention of m Kit t II TS, as our facili
ties ttiable u to offer xtra inducDiu.ni.
T. A W. EAKI-I A CO.
Nahville, Feb. is, 1 SST.
WEOLESALX DEALEES A5D I2IPCETEE3 07
HATING concluded som time since lo discontinue tbe
lietail Department of our bu-.ir.tf-. w ar now prw-p-r,...
with a LAHGkLY 1NCKL.M"! D tilt l K, snJ st
tXTKffSITIt YABIkTY.toolT-rlniiuTments to Merchant
gniriii Kat,(aa welt as tho eon, in t..re to make parch a
sceaal lo any bou la tb Kaie:i C'iti. s.
Our term will be liberal to proir.pt ai d soivrnt sirs, and
we will tak FEATHER8, GlNSkNu, UEWAX A W OOl,
at the highest market price.
Krt.n OustoaaarawiU pleas tak notice that w cannot
hen-after supply them with any g...l' in oar lin.
Na hvtlle, Feb. Is Sin.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS, STRAW GOODS &C.
No. 74 Public Square,
Wt ar now receiving large irivuicc cf MerchanJIre
from New York, fhiladel) hia, i.nj be en, aod x
prt daily th goal to srriv. Te J are all cfnirn4
to o with Initractlor s to sen them at i nee, tno limit what
evi-r ) Cur Mr. Lurus is bow in the niUia market so
lirl'irg eoBPignments, and pureljir- Job lu' cb account
of tho concerned, which will be run 1 1 at private sale and
at our regular aactioa sale al lowrr C-ures tlian ever bo
fi rr. Cah dealer and tboaawhcgivo four sii nths papar
piyabl in bank, and pay them pruii.r.tly. will pieae caA
and examio our dork aad pnee. io oiler sweh Ixc
dicemvau a toconvtnee ad tba; llcy wLU sav money if,
th eye a trad with as. .
fctio tf in. met A LCCAfl,
EVANS-" & CO.,
. WHOLESALE SEALED IN
rOEEION AND DOMESTIC '
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
UOXXETS afc Y VUlKTltS,
-. -r- - ... 2 .Y - f
7E bar bow la star lb lax.
t aad nsl dnirabl
stock of Good lbs tl li(i.i
Trade w bav rr
bef ira ofloxrd.
-Uig urea grsrat ear la tbe
-.Ion of tM Start,
xnrtj ni stylsa aad
we feel soaAdaM la atnf that, fc-r v
...w prlc, u eaaoM ba sararl.
Uaa of it w FOTpoetfally taviM tb a.
vai mg this cHy. . - - - -
t bi-dtnw A Wlm Wly
ks loan risnu.
: tiitioocf Vlarehaata
KVk.Ni A CO. .
F elite Square.
STRICKLLR, ELLi. & CO,
a0. 31 rt'BLIU bQCAKE,
. . ; . xasuviia1aIh i
WllOLKSALC DI Ai.LUSIX '
BOOTS, SHOES, 1L1TS,;
SOLICIT frwa Jfnt rWtAif U ' auarkst, aa eximi
buo of tbr UUM'SAS var.4
C OrAMT.f CMSIISf flOTltX.
-1TL L. A. LANITJl aad GEO. VJ.-U. lurirr Utm.
it! aascxMud wua tit. aadwniyaed is ti Wbeisla
Gnsrtrry d Us(m AnatBa, tb r.jf. ot tk Ira w !t r. '
a.a as . B. LAMkst A CO.
iicaa 1, life A. i . , . . t.
. siisu, UA-laa aa. . a. labuju
a LANIElt CO.
(SaeeMrttSar1 A PwU3iwwri.v.,)
?1. A SlarkvAl ktywwt. .aJkviilH
AKD DEALS". - !M
)ll RLt.StAUH.,i A.il )!
e.v4y c j.jaiwi v.