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NASHVILLE:
T. B. GLEX&, Local and CommercUil Editor.
Thursday Korriiiig, March 12, 1S57.
OfficialJournal for Publishing tjie
Post Office Letter JList.
TO ADVUUTIStUS.
Tha circulation of the Tally and Tri-Wsekly
ditioni ojthe Patriot, combined, exceeds largely
that of any other newspaper printed in Haahville.
It it these editions that are generally used for
advertisiag The Patriot therefore, is the beet
adTertiaing medium in the city.
AUEXTS IOU THE PATniOT.'
Ia. X E. Glascock ku bren appointed our agent for thia
a ty. lie It authorized to collect the accounts, notes, Ae
f the concern, and alio to solicit and make coDtr. ts for
advertising and Job Work.
. M R. F. Mrj is oar travelling agat, and tl authorised
to reoeive subscribers, and to collect all mould due u out ut
Daridson County.
RoaniBT. A bold robbery was perpetrated
rig'ut before last at the St. Cloud Hotel, iotb'ucity.
Alr.Ctua. H. Lee, of New York City, was robbed
1 $30 or 40 io money, and Cpt Goeld connec
ted with one of the railroads loot a gold watch
.wotth $150. . These gentlemen occupied different
rooms. The thief waa doubtless aa expert at the
.bufioeaa, and prosecutes Lis depredation apon
'scientific principles.' The nibs of the keys in the
door of the 'victims,' bear the marks of eotne ii -trument,
by which the bolt of the locks were
tarned and an eutraoce thns effected. The pro
prietor of the St. Cloud gives notice to the thief to
find some better fie! J of operations, as the doors of
all the rooms have been made secure with inside
bolts and protocUoor. So clue to the burglar bat
Jbeea obtained.
- The clerk of the Ella hat 'our thanks for
late St. Louis papers.
Franco Faia. Our friends at a distance will do
well to recollect that the Tennessee Spring Fair
continences on the 7th of May.
Uabfik's Mao auks roa bIarcb. Tbo readers
of tliie justly appreciated monthly can now find it
at John York's Book Store, 83 Union strett.
Xatbtilli Gas Compact. At the annual meet
log of the stotk-bcliers of the Nashville Gas Light
Company, the fylowiug gentlemen were tlected
Directors, viz: Washington Barrow, It J. Ueign,
A. L. P. Gxeea, M. Watson, Samuel Watkins, N
E. Allwey and James Correy. And at the first
meetiug of tbe Board of Directors, Don. Washing
ton Barrow was re-elected Pretident, James II. Ken
drick Secretary and Win. King Inspector.
The Tor Fiocai. Among the sales of tobacco
at Jobnsoa. Born & CoY, yesUrday, two bhds want
at higher figures thsn have been yet piid io this
marker, this ssaaon. Onebrought15,75 per hun
dred and the other 17,05. It was raised In Smith
county, and belonged t TuoseUl Bridgewater.
tSTThe frolt budt in the vicinity of Louisville are
not injured. Tbe Louisville Jouunal has unques
tionable authority forstying so. Will some of our
frieuds who take an iuteri-tt in pomological mat
ters examine the fruit trees here abaut, and ascer
tain whether the late cold weather has effected
them?
Don. Martin Bat', recfotlj elected United
States Senator from Delaware, while hurrying to
tnke his seat ia Congn n a few week since, fell
while in Baltimore, and injured himself severely.
He Is an old man probably over seventy
years. It is doubtful whether be will be in tbe Senate
lor months, if ever. (
v. Fldeb P. 8. Fall, of Tranklort, Ky., will preach hi the
Basement of the Christian Church, on to-night, and each
eight daring the. week, at early candle lighting.
prlusranl Smantr flannels. NewTerk
Jtlilliuery Emporium and Centre ef
taaltion.
This new, extensively patronised, popular, cheap
eKlnbli'-hmi-nt, will opeu in a few days tbe cam
paign, with a matchless display of new Spring Bon
nets and Millinery goods, lor tbe present season.
So fascinating ie the styles, so elaborately rich the
trimmings, A so brilliant the colors, that such a com
bination ol artistic taste and skill, cannot fail to rec
ommend itself to the ladiee, as well as country roer
chants, who desire having tbe last link in the con
troling power of Fashion for their customers, in
creference to bad stvles offered bv parties, who
. .
cannot possibly be aa well acquainted with the
" business as those who are exclusively engaged in
: it, and who give it their undivided attention.
Parties in the country directing their orders to
this establishment, or through parties here, may
rely oo being promptly attended to.
Every description of Straw Bonnets and Eat
bleached in the new Italian Method, and trimmed in
, a superior manner.
Remember the spot, No. 82 Union Street, Camp
bell's new building. B. A B. or r, marid tf.
t3J"Mre. Lloyd has just returned from the East
' with a large and handsome stock of French Milli
nery Goods, all ol tbe la tost styles and fashions.
The Ladies will get due notice ol her Spring open
i Ing. lira. Lloyd's csrd will be found in another
column. ml. lw.
NEGRO GIRL FOR SALE.
OX 8ATDRDAT, the 14th hut, I wlK offer to thtb'gfaest
bidder for eaah, a likely NEfaRU OIRL.ir-1 about 19
rear. tnlO t K. ft. GLAd'OH, Agent.
Wanted.
A SECOND-HAND BUQQT. Apply at lab office.
ie
r. n. .EDWARDS, '
Attorney at Law, .
sramsrtiLD, mo.,
Wilt attend to aS business en trailed U hit ear ta South
west fetissoarl. mar 10 ly
Block & Bro.'s
1 cKAMrAGiix: cimb,
FBOM ST. LOCIS, MO.
into ECS3CLL a CLAIBJRN'E, Artntt.
0
KlIlltIFfS SALi:.
BT virtue of aeven PL Pae. t me directed from the Clerk
of the Orirainal Quart of Dti1 Goaoty at Iti De
cember term, 1654. I "lit on th I lib day of April at,
expo I i to th higheat bidder tur eh, at Ui Court
host rar4 gta, id Na-Hrille.alttht right, title, claim and
Interest that Parnetla ftreet ku la ana lo a certain piec,
arcel or lot of ground, ljriog and being 10 theCoaaty of Da
Virtinc, BtU o( Truod, and tMy ol NajiTilia, fronting
ij fct on Cnrrry ru-et (out tid ifcoreji) and rocaiog
back to Orkldl troet, bindd on th aorta by lb land of
Paonr Scott and ea th ouia by the land of JUiaabeth
KaUibone, Ui-oo ahich lt there la titualird a two awry
nouao. bal within legal hour.
J. K. EDMCNDSJM, Ph.rltTi
fi It. U. Caaraau, Oop. aJwria'.
Anthracite Coal.
O O CA5KS pure Aothracit Caal. from Proniy vanla.
LOthrac
ImKj
J lor aaie b
X. UAHLLTOS.
LAXtt WMIVUAXTS.
r WILL par Caihfor LAND WAREASToat my efflc.
No. kACbvrry trt. la my abeeo apply to A. a.
Phankland Mtly J. O. f ki.LO H
Jacka and Jeuneta For bale.
i rpat aaderagaod offer for at tea Jark. aoa of
X wtuob ar upoardi of Bftcea liaad high, and eiatoea
Jeunet AI,eaUorucbbrd hay BtJ.n, ' inns'
. four y.ridpM, tipvard mt mum baud btgh.ky
fmported aorign, ay toiBorwd lviaihaa. graad
W 0tWMVIWW . I J uwrmf -
ft by imoorlod itawv, afrotira and iUMkau,
afcb m ai my plattwa ta Jaoatoa eoaaty T-
Boa. for rvnhw parucatan atdroo aiy agant, air. w.
r i.yoa. Ma1a4 ?-4 oa. T maii. waa ta oa U prrai-
M, and u fuir autuortaod t aU
fools-Imduioa W W. W. W.onrOLK
EEGCLAK KUSHTILLI ASS CUiaiTVATI .
PACXET,
StVJII.LOU, CAPT ALtX, rAZ!l,
riH t abov elrgaut and uprb!y faraUh
X d Parkat, mtiJ BrM ai aecomOMd.
tiotu lor PaaMogort, will ma rogulaiiy da-.
ring it inwa bteta tb al jwrt. sa n
Th I?waLLw U m eommand of uprtor aad XMr
' emert, aad will omtt fc bnorbi laduoaiocat to tocar a
f.ir Broporttoa of th trada.
ItUitilL CLAIBOUtt, Ai.nia,
febS . Cora r broad aad front n , Nwhrnl
j A Rare Chance. -
WAKTItO A rpetbl aad uUrprielng waa, to
local at tfathvilla, Troe a General Agoai of a
large gubaeripttoa took fablUhiog liut la Peiia4l-but.
Toua wh timi.h a obeap.lJ tfsom So to aiue,
thU it a rare chano to mak money. r paruralara, ad
- irrm Bos i. roowfceo, tlUI pltlat, I'av. ,
' lrb ' . '
ririMATl VALi:5iTi!"ra.-
0 TOUt OWJf TALir0-A sapertoe tot of ttl
. ifLbiSl Bt?a.a
tL'jiikfa.
STZAEBOAT AND E1TEE NEWS
Boats Advertised f Leave Tnle DT
J. G. CLIKE,..; CaitTwatcnT..... -Cairo.
t"
Arrived.
ELLA. J. jj. Wkater- St. Loaia.
A. L. DAVIS. Carthsge.
BeparteU.
ALE0NI1...' afiLLia '.Memphis.
ROCHESTER Kxari, .. .Pitieiurgh.
ELLA.. J- B- WfAVia S- Louis.
The liver is still receeding at this point with four
feet wter on the Shoals. The weather exceeding
ly cold. ' " '
Foa Cairo. The ftst and fine J. O. Cline, Cart
wrighf, Master, will leave tc-ity at 12 M. for Cairo.
She i a No. I crit, and is commanded by gentlq
manly efficere. Frank Shackleford'e hoae-t phis
illumines ti e ofBce. A more attentive courteous
or (fficient officer cinnvt be found. All aboard. .
jy We are anthorUid to announce Gea. JAMES M.
QCxEL&, of Mon(gmrry, a a candidate for CongrostlD
thl district. Subject to th ratification of a Dittrict Con
vention. . . febM tf
Manny 's Celebrated
COUBIXED REAPING AXD MOWIXG
, HI A CHINES,
OR SA LE Ii Y TUE UNDERSIGNED A T
JOHNSON & HOUSE'S. .
J$. F. CHEATHAM, :
JnT General Agent for the cute-
COCOA NUTS.
1 ff nnn OF th above, in good order, and for
for tale by
fo9d
J. d. BOBEBTSOH.
ORAKGES. 100 bo in Orange, in f ne order.fortale
by J. O. ROBKK1SON,
feblt On Broadway.
T7RESII CRACKERS. Wine Cracker. Soda Cracker,
A? Butter Urat kera, Water Craiker. Boston Crackenand
Sugar Cracker mad evtry day fre.h, aad for ale at
J. G. ROI'.EBTcON'd Bakor
febl And Coofectiooery, on Broadway
SWEET CUAIt CIDCK.
1 C BBLS. of the above juit received and for tale by
1 U J. (i. KOBKRTSON,
Usbii On Broadway.
. N2S W GOODS.
WE hav JutI recAired from Berreaa, Io New Tork, a
fine aivnrtmentof CHIURKN'd CARKIAOES, con
taininctome of the Sneat that hat ever bxn brought to
tbi c.ty.
Alto, GO-CARTS, VELOCIPKOK', Ae.
mlu M ACKENZH A WILSOS.
Rattan Chairs.
ATE hav on hand a few handiiue RATTAN FKW1NG,
V ARM and ROCKING fUAIRB, II A Mi ES and
CLOTH 18 BAfaKETS, LADIES' FA.NCT WORK BASKETS.
m'O . - MACKENZIE WIL80N.
Gas Cooking, Machines.
WE hav a variety of article for (Voting by Ga, by
which, at a common Ga Burner, a kittle of water
can be mi de to boil in three minute. Ortter Plate and
baring Cup alio to be heated by Ga. Price 175 and up
ward. mlO MACEliE A W1LBQM.
Castors.
w
E have a variety of cheap pattern.
ml M A:Kr NZIE a WLWt.
Waiters.
WE bare numerout patternaoi Oral, Eound and Ob
long Waiter, from t0 upward.. Feather Putter,
Scrubbing and Blacking Bruahet, Trench Scrubbing Bru.h
s. Mop. Hearth Broom, Ac.
ro 0 MACKENZIE A WILSON.
Herring's Safes.
WE have a (apply of thoe celebrated faff tht ar
known to be both P.URGLKR AND FIRE-PROOF.
How nf'en doe it happen tht when house areb irnt down
all the book and paiT in the tafe arc fonnd to be o dam
ace tbat thry are quite illrgitle. 1 hi haa never hippned
aith the Herring HV. While variou otber safe hav
eon out of th fir literally dettroyed, their hav not
been In the lightet decree damaged. Thev a9 defy
Burglars, aa their luck cannot be ph k'fl and ar gunnow.
dar-proof. (mlO MACKENZIE A WlLgoN.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
Ascriorcaaa ad pbalbb ia
HATS, CAPS AND LADIES' FIRS,
- 1 Xo. 23 Public Square,.
tt.VSII VILLE, TENN.
, 1857.
FRANCISCO'S
SPRING STYLE OF MOLESKIN HAT
JD8T RECEIVED AND
Ready If or Inspection This Day.
C'lTIZES AND STRANG HH ar mot respertrully In-
vlted tu calland examine thisbetntlfnllltttt the Hat,
Cap and Fur Emporium of A. FRANCISCO
No. ii Public Square.
Those Heauliful Styles of Soft Hats
a.
W are now receiving, and take pleasure'
In recommending them to oar customer. V
Some very beautiful NIW KTYLKS ANDfcTTs
NEW COLORS, at tbe Uat Emporii m of
A. J FRANCISOO. M Public Square.
C1IIEDKEMTS HATS AND (JAPS
0
F tvery atjle aad quality, to be found at tbe Ht Eropo
rluM of FRANCISCO,
march 7 Fashionable Batter, M Public Bquar.
WRITING
LL who wl.h to avail thrralve of Mr.
DOLBeAR8 inatructlon in Writing thou
do to without delay, a Mr D.'i tay In the city
Ii but limilod. Thoae who with to know the-
permanent advanlacerf hit Instruction! th.uld Inquira of
tho wbcm he taught IS yar tine in thia place.
Parents, Ladies and Gentlemen
Art Invited to call and examine the rapid Improvement of
tbo who ar now receiving lei.oct.
LADIES
In a few leaaon tear to write with can and elegance.
No wher do La Ilea feel the want of facility In writing mora
than when marriage or ether eauae (eparat families, o
that the only mean of Interrouraa ia on paper Tb want
of this helli'V olten eauae famili to beci m-j estranged
frow each other, bec-iuie a atiff, er.mped hand render tbat
aa Intolerable tak, which would otherwi' be a pleaaar.
The lolloalng remark of th Hon. T. H. Btrroa are very
appropriate
IWAemiMsTni Crrv, June id, ISIS,
tit: Cnmideringa good band-writing to b not only aa
reoeiplihmt, but a mean of rooce to every man en.
gaged in butinoaa,l greatly applaud your meritorioo xer
tiva to Imp-ev th chirography of the age. A gentleman
era lady cither who will badly, nevr write wiliogly;
and eonaequrntly fail e'Un to writ when they thould; and
whea thry do wrie. It ia don at the lat moment, with
haaU an t impatience, and oonaeqnently with fault of all
kiodf, ofiea coaimitting aad tiyiirm. both the wri'er and
lb cause ahicbh advooate. Wlahlng you vry tucceaa
lo your laudable abdarlaktngt, I rrmtn yourt,reprctfully,
TUQi. Ii. BtroN.
PARENTS
Ar Invited to eontrat th ey facility of ohlldrca I ar I
year of age, arter a few louon from Mr. D., with tb ulff,
eramped tyi of tbo twice their ag, who have been or
S rear learning In th common avthod, and then judge
which I th cheapest and best method.
ClIIXDItEX
Should begin writing at aa early age. The case and free
ootB acq uid from Mr. D.1 iotraatrant are Bvrvr kwt, as
ean be seotrtained from many famine In thia place who have
tested iU
CEEKKN
Wlio write aa Inlerlorstyl ran hardly expect to gel the beat
aaiarie.
JtlCUCHA.MS
And profoaaional gentlemen ar often four hour in doing
what Ucility In writing would nabl th.ia to do In one.
Writing Saloea No. 4i VSIOS bTREET, ever Wrcael
Thorn peon's.
Uoora, to 11, A tL. t to P. W n aad T te f at nlgku
trbifS
VaeVaVy
WHERE WE BRAICH WE ROOT."
. WASHINGTON CAMP. NO. I. JUNIOR S. CF A.
OF TENNESSEE,
MEETS regularly every THCRf DAT ETENISO.In th
third awry of th Court boa te, Columbia, Trna
Tbi auociati ja ia on eairuNted to inatill Into th young
aaibd vavs hlea oi Amrriean Freedom, and the proper ap
prCiuoa of Repubitcan (not Black) luttkauona.
Chartai-QranUnff Body.
W. th andcrtigoed, free born youth of America, de
termine to advocate and maintaiu th principle tbat p
litlcal poeer .hould be eonBned delusively to th bead
of citieto by birth, do hrrrby mak formal application Vo
WAasiaumi Cser, No. I, ef tb patriotic Order of th
Ji'Htua roue ar Aaaaira of Tennesree, te be created aad
Installed till gular Camp of th Order.
sabm. At. occcrsTio. aaatnaaca.
Address ' JOHN M. DILLON, F.,F
Bji 111, Columbia, Iua.
. Joasra B. llAca, I, A
tlCT Ame-icaa pajr thr jughsat the Stale will pleas
eopy aad aotte th aiva. aad direct eepi el their pa
pcr. u Juba M. lt
Cuiumaia, Teas , Marh tO.
ATTE5TI0S COTTON-PLANTES
nHE tttentioa of C tioB-Kaisrni dlrvrud t TCAETf
1 COTTDS-PLASTi R, tb mol vaJuable raachie evet
taveetedforpianUflg eottM and other am a II awd. Hav
ing booglil th right lo at. Buiactar and a. ) th aba re a
b'. Pint4 Nwit. KACET At H1M1L
T0, lltritwar Mrtcbaa1 at titUi, our Agemafor
Midut reaMr, where we will aiaaj keep a uk ea
hand furt lh.o.tioa and aal W rtff etiea-rauer le
the eertifirate of ir. t.a Waura. (tds ddrad t
aiaeey A ttaanllva win be pre. tip att.aded te
Rt-EU A MAfctlAU.odllvl!)s.
" BfcLStajiv Caova, Jeffrrtos raaty, Ar,l
Kwmber f.Hb, f
J. A. "rria-f, rt-NirHi: Having tned ffeteally
yeer Cotlea Cevd tranter, f. with great cheerfuln, ener
yeeByfea.laMiayftt.iref5.-ieBey. With eseofthrat, a
maa and howe caa piaat er de the work cf e hurc aad
fcaretea, aad de H Wttrr and lttb ndg la a mere
laveeable ceodlite or aiter eeHiiattea than any ethar
awl I bar bar ft ! 1m4. tar. rmmr-rc't'r'f yner.
jsnS t aprt
c w v
WATtEA
S"Q A5L-T1 hba Fair Prim, and rheie eew Sugar
b biMs Powdered Sugar, ia Um an tor J by
. : :.. ) DUN CO
nilklAtl kAL.no, W reeetved ta. 1.
I dIT ICw.-imi
LAW PARWIESai?. - t .
JO!?! t. BZIEN ah1 SlVCOt Vg-vBt E tar fsraad
a parutarattip tie th prarUce ef Ibwur prulfit a, VI
Co 4 Cierry tr.t, aklle, Teaaetata.
- fuit-tnAtm
2 i
BY TELEGRAPH.
BY THE RATI ON AE EEE.
SeporU Farniahed by the Anociated Pto.
WASHiieoToif, March 10. A mrjnity f the Sr
ate1 Judiciary Committee have decided to report
a resolution (or UkiDg tettiruony in Indiana in ref
erence to tbe contested elections. Tbat State will
it is said, report in favor of Cameron s rigbt to a
eeal aa Senator from Pennsylvania.
Tbe Seotte in eiecutiv eion to day, ratified
the commercial treaties with Persia, Tenrzaelasnd
Chill Tbe committee on foreign relations will
have a meeting tc-morrow to consider tbe Claren
don and Dallas treaty. ' "
All tbe South Carolina delegation excepting Ore,
opposed tbe principle of rotation in office, for elev
en federal offices in tbe State, there are only two
spplicants.
Tbe present pout master at Charleston is tbe
second one who baa held tbat station since the oi
gsnizttion of the federal Government.
Ei-PretiJtDt Picr.e has gone to Virginia on a
vifit to hi personal friends.
The Cabinet had another long session to-lsy.
The probability ie, that the Senate aiil adjourn
Saturday, state die. .The nominations sent to tbe
Senate tc-dsy, embraced the marshalls lor some of
tbe south-western State. No removals have been
made in Washington.
Lord Nspier has engaged rooms for himself and
suite at Wilier j's Hotel, and expects to reach Wash
ing to mi r row. t: .
,'Wajhikgto!', March 11. Tbe following nomin
ations for New Orleans will be eet t to tbe Senate
to-dy. P. U. Uatc coll cor, J. Geoci', naval
officer, B. W. Adams, Surveyor, M. Msyney, Post
masUfr, J. ii. Keouedy, Marshall, V. W. Kin ,
District Attorney. " '
Sjcxatk. Mr.'Benjtmin, from tbe committee oo
Judici.ry, made a report, asking to be discharged
from further consideration of the prof p ct of the
democratic members of the Pennsylvania Lexula
tare, agsinst the rigbt of Cameron to a seat. Pngh
made the minority report.
Louistillf, March 11. The canal it opened
with 6ft; 2 incbea of water. In the pass at the
falls Sft 9 inches and falling. Weather clear.
Thermometer at freezing point. . -
New Orliars, Usrch 11. Tampico papers to
the 21st ere received. ' Gen. Morena the New Gov
ernor retched tbe city on the 19th. Garsa haa
been deserted by tie followers. Tbe revolution
has ended without blood shed.
The Steamer Mack Warrior has arrived at tbe
Balize. -
The A'piowall Courier of tbe 3d instant says
Lockbridgn has forced hi wsy up tbe river with
but small loaf, capturing much arms snd amonitions
of war. There is also another Steamer in from Pe
ru. Tbe revolutionist are successful, and were fa
vorably received by the N ew Granadean govern
ment. Tbe Government, however will labor to
throw the blame on Americans in the Panama riots.
. Tbe Saratoga has sailed for Georgetown.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THE WINCHESTER HOKE JOURNAL,
Aa Independent Ltetary and Agricultural Newapeper,
pnhliahed weekly, at Wlncb eater, Tenn, Wat. J. Elattbb,
FnblUhar and Proprietor, Lewis MsrcAVB, Editor. Terms
ti (0 per annum. - -
Th Journal baa a Urga and inerearlng circulation and
offers Inducement as an advertising medium. - mil
87,000
Worth of Piece Good just iecivd, comprising aa ex
tec aire stock of Clotba of varioua colors and cf th finest
textur ; also, Blaek and Fancy French, English and Amer
ican Cassimere and Vesting in th greatest variety. All
adapted to the Spring trade and snads op to order in tb
tateatstyl.
Habtst " la ttiU at bit board.
mil CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
Lasav A Co 't Nsw QoATaai.v Paths for Gentlemen'
Dree HaU i thi day Uaucd, togstber with a large invoice
of Pai8 IlATScr late style Including the calibrated Cam
aatDca Bon Hat (a new water proof article) la vailout
color, and foraa e at oar coasters only. Lbabt A Co.,
Leader of Fashions f-.r Genu' Hats, 8,4 and 5 Aator House,
Sew Tork. lw
"Woodland Cream" A rmadfor btautifying th
Tiiir-hlghly perlumed, taperior to any French article
Imported, and forhtlf the price.- Eordrelng Ladle Hair
It ha no equal, giving it a bright glossy appearance. It
oauaea Gentlemen' If air t eurl in the moat natural man
ner. It remove dandruff, alwayt giving th hair th ap
pearance of being freah ibampooaed. Price only fifty eenta.
Hon genuine soloes signed ---
PET&IDGE A CO., Proprietor of the :
"Balm ef Thousand Flowsrs,"
Boh) by all Dreggitts. - Nw Toaa.
niarchT fat
BE8T HAIR DTE LW THE WORLD.
This it strong language, yet Bosls's Etaorato Hau Dtb
(recently improved) waa proved to be so, by the Judge at
th late Mechanic's Fair, held in Boton,(among whom was
Dr. Hayt, th eminent chemist and State astayerwbe
awarded It the PRIZE MEDAL AND DIPLOMA, over the
choicest Hair Dyet on exhibition from all parts cfthe Union.
Its unparalleled superiority consists In, 1st. The Ingredient
are nourishing to the hair, not destructive, as other. Sd.
Doe aot stain nor hurt th skia. Ed. 1 easily applied and
dye the hair any color required, from a delicate brown to
a deep black, so Batumi a to appear marvellous. Manu
factured, old end applied by WM. BOGLE, 477 Washington
street, Botton declO tillmaySl
Tbb Rao or A sr. In this wonderful age, Art lays her
matter touches or almost everything . Th celling over at
and th carpets we trd on, ar hallowed by Art. Art
wind th railway through the atoantaint and th mad;
makes her machines of wood and Iron, to act as If with
kaowledg and anaihllat apace with lightning tamed dowa
to tbe tuteledg ef a boy. Nothing is too lofty for her touch
and nothing too humble. A new proof of this old conviotioa
haa Just tolle under our notice. In the shspe of a Catbab
rra Pill, from th Laboratory of that world renowned
CbemUt, Dr. C. J. Atbb.
If we understand th subject, a has carried that article
te th farthest perfection of which It le capable. Instead of
employing Drags aa its composition, aa we hav alwayt
thought th aeeeasary 'and only way, he ha with consum
mate skin extracted the virUn of th medicine to be em
ployed andocmbined tbera aloi la. their purity together.
The oompeeltioa at than mixed aad rolled by machinery and
steam power Into aiperold pill which la wrapped ta aa en
velop of gelatine, for protect toa from tbe effects of w alher
or time, and theu thickly coated with sugar, to eervt as its
passport over th palate. Notwithstanding all th labored
perfeetioa they ar offered to th Public at leas thsn on
ee a teach. However bombl th department, we think this
may be aafc'y eharacterised at U e oonaumwiaUoa of Art la
lUline. JftM-wtAff Kmt. HaX
Piano at ad lUuate. W leara that Horse
Waters, of US Broadway, X. agent for th al f many
ef th most oalebrated Makers of Piano sad ateledeoa, I
offering then at prieee which we advise all who desire to
porch as to avail themselves ef, Ht ta also telling hi Utrg
and weB-knowa Catalogu of static at one-third off from th
regular price, and will forward the same free ef postage.
Hit offer to th trade, teachers, and tchoolt, ar of th aaost
favorable character all of which he w 11 !be able to ail te th
letter, for having wisely adopted the cash system. Th
Horse Waters' Piano ar known as among th vry beet.
Wt ar snail led to speak ef thee Instrument with
degree of eoafldcaea, frost personal kaowledg ef their ex
cellent ton aad durable qnaUty-X T. XtangmUM.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
m m m
O. CRESdON HA VINO KEKOYED 1118
MODEL CLOTHING BAZA ATI
TO 50. S3 CEDAR STREET,
Adjoining th Post Cfflca, ffert for Cash hit Stork' ef
Wiuterand early Spring Good
At a small edvaats oa Btt cost, (a order te soak room
log a new stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FINE SPRING CLOTHING
AMD
Fimxisuixc.
febS
r.ooiiS!
CUDDY, MEIUU1T& CO.,
(Formerly Kingslaad A Cuddy J
Broadway Foundrya
ST. iOllS, MO.
:' MAKCFiCTCEE
S TE.L11 JOWGWJBS
f AiXSUSBI
Ilollrr and Shrct Iron Work;
SAW AXD MUST MILL MAC111XEUY;
PARDEE A JOUSSOSo WATER WHEELS, .
LEAD FURNACE CASTINGS;
Aud Iron and ilras Work
eg every dseerlpUoa.
fir Patter LUta asd aa taJorma lea repaired, ta.
Bbhed by writlag ta the ahv trsa.
. tabS datn-et!
J., H. CXTERET, F(F.aAl. t-UXsV - 7,'
. TAEtE aad C A I KT btARER.br g VKtr.
tcarete icfc h friead and th putUe generally, that
he has moved bis tbop aad CfOia nv to ('as A Htr
Ast'to44 stand. lrant aueet, Uu-Iy rri l:d by J. W.
McOunibs, tar he is prpr te fuihb Cvttnt o! every
rtofripua, Ug,sr wr gtod Horses, Hack end every
ttung eeery lo bunU. He !! givt ku personal W
IcMtwe te ail ; beta day aad alrht.
kerwtlar ej i Es revtf4 e mal to erd-r fit Usa
heetcyi. - - Aoti-K U. CL ARET. '
lVLMOU' UlA.lij.
T 1 er!W WIN"l0W QlAK supevl-ir q'y, B
01 kui varytae TTvas bby 1 t by It i rw
smv.4 aad A by . - - StfeAAJt A RAia'.
CmUSUaSCO C1 -tfi "" "' , '
' sVIAAjr A RAIKS'.
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COMMEJICIAL.
DAILT PATRIOT OFFICE, I
.' Mabch 13. 185T. I
Weekly Report of the Markets.
Ilemarka.
Buiineat during th past wek ht continue! very active
aad i daily increasing ia many article. Th tpring bn
tineas Is now pretty well under wy, while the ttockt of
Dry Goodt, wholesale and retail, are rapidly filling up. All
kind of produce meets with a ready at high price Th
weather hat been cool and tUll remains to, butit quit fair.
Th river ha tUadily receded, and there ar only about
4 feet of water en Harpetn Shoals.
Commercial.
Cottob The offering during th cek hav been light,
notolthalanding th firmness and upward tendency of th
market.' For th past few days, nothing worthy f tsntia
ha transpired. We quote st Saline. Bale hav been
made at HJi'c, but th Cotton wa of a taperior quality
aad bought for Eas ern manufactories. v .
Th tale of Cotton yesterday amounted to abtt luO
bales, at lSXc
TtiBACOo Tobacco comes la slowly. Bales hav taken
place almost daily, however, at the tobacco house of th
city, and good Tobacco ha told at high figure, several
bhds bringing over $15 psr hundred. Th following quota
tion give our readers the ruling figures :
Planter. Luga, 6a X I Beleetiont, . KY
Common Leal, JOmlOX I Loo Tobacco, 7Hi
Fair Leaf, . llalS j Froated Tobacco, Sa tX
W heard of sale f 19 hhd yesterday. Some of them
wcr frosted or Inferior. Tb fillowing ar the fl?re .
6:(Uj 18:85; :115; 1S:W; T.-5; T:T; T:75; 8:05; 8:1.1; 1J;85;
14:25; 1:50; t.O; 10:f5; 13:60- 14JK; 15;00; 15.75; lfcOS.
Fuica-The receipt ef Teansstee ar limited, and price
exhibit an upward tendency. ' W quote aperfine at 6:00a
(:50; extra ati0a7:J0.' Loubvilleand Cincinnati Flour la
in supply, but th demand tor it I principally In mote south
ern markets, . . , '. -
- Mbal The supply I light and 55a60c It now offered from
wagons.; ' ' ' ' .
Gbau Markets quiet. W quote wheat at 90al 00; com
45c; oats clean, 40e per bushel.
Bsana There I still a good demand for clover seed st 8 SO
00. Other varieties are unchanged.
Woe W notice no change In wooL Common (tin
command S0a25o; fine washed 25aS0e. - -
' F bats sbs There it an sctive demand for live geete feath
er at 45o per lb.
GiBssJto No sale. The Chinese war has cat off tb de
mand.
Bkeswax Yellow it quoted at S0a22e.
Lkitbib-W have to notice an advano In Hemlock,
tanned, and, also. In Harness Leather. The former la
quoted at SSaSoe per lb, and th la tier at 85STc.
Tallow Tallow hat, also, advanced, and coonmondt 10
alio.
. fc inrs W quote green at 5a8e, and dry salted touthern
at 2021c.
GaocBBiaa -W hav no change to report In Groceries.
agar, Molasses and Coflee are it ill firm at previous rates,
With a very active trad. '
. PaorisioBt Th Provition markst is buoyant, with an
active demand. Bacon i comlDg in very freely and taken
readily at the following figures: Bams at tXa shoulder
SaSJt-e; tides 99c; hog round 9a9c; lard lOallc; butter
15s90c; gg 8c per dose a. ".';.'
Chbasb -Western Reserv It now In good supply at lSX
per lb. EogUah Dairy, ltaloo. ...
Cabdlks No chang cither In Sperm, Star or Tallow
Candle, and ample supply. . .
Pares, Ac Th market during th current week hat
been very active In Drug and Dye. No change In quota
tion. ' ' .
Pbirt W notice no chang In Dried Fruit. The demand
is still active. We quota dried Apple at $1 60 per bushel;
Peaches at I J SO; peeled do at $3 004 00.
Wbbxt Whisky is atUl coming forward. W quote It at
ts3So. .
For th wholesale prices of other articles we refer to onr
Prioe Current.
Auajnsta Market.
Movoat, March 9, P. M.
CoTTOa. Th market to-day I rather depressed, and th
few sales made show a declin of to ct. The amount
offering it limited.
Charleston Market.
Moboav, March 9, P. M.
Ccttob. The market It collapsed no buyer no tale
no enquiry whatever.
Thompson' New Tork Reporter, of th fith Inat , quote
land warrant as follow :
Buying. Belling
160 aere Warrant at tl 01 ll ori
U0 acre Warrants at 0 S9 1 OS
SO aere Warrant at 1 01 1 04
oil acre Warrants at 0 99 1 08
40 acre Warrants at 1 Is in
Eubjoined Is an abstract cf th busfness of the Penaion
Bnreau, Washington, for the month of February, under th
the act of March 8, 1856 :
Nnmber of application received ..1,678
Number of warrant or certificate issued 8,91
Total number of application received 969;?46
Total number warrants or certificates Issued .. . .1JM9'9
Th number of acres of public la ode rtquircd to taUafy
these warrants it S8.S44.910. at followt :
57,875 warrant! f r 100 ae es each 9.260.000
0,6 warrant for 120 acres each 10,916,9SO
4 warrants fir 100 acres each 4"0
45,8$! warrant for 60 acre each B,680,C0
8i9 warrant for 60 acres each 19,680
421 warrants for 40 acre each 16.M0
6 warrant lor 10 acres each.. 50
194,929
93,884.210
Baltliuare Coffee iriarkef.
March 4, P. M. Ther ha been comparatively little do
ing this week in Coffee. The aales, which last week wer
about 20,000 bags, and during the prcvio week om 18,.
000 bags, earn up this week only about 8,000 bag. Th de
mand for Coff bat however been fair, but th large sale
of the two previous week hav greatly reduced the stock,
particularly of the better grades, ens' for soma days patt
ther hav been few oesiratls lots of Coffee tffering. Two
cargo of Rio Coffe have arrived this week, but they ar
not yet on th market. Th -ales this weak embrace 400
bag rejected Rio at 103t10Js eia. ; 600 bags common do.
X ets. ; 400 bag medium to fair do. at 103aallX eta. ;
1 2 )0 bagt goo I to prime do. at 11, 11 Kll) cu.; and 800
base Bahia Coffee at 10 eta. There ia a very good feeling In
Ot ffee, and for all detcrtpUons the market Is firm. We
qunte Rio at 9.X alOJtf ct. for low and medium grades;
lOXall eta. for lair to good; and lljfallX ct. for prim.
Lauayra Orffe would bring, if here. I'il3 ets and we
quote Java do. at ISalS. tit. We note the imporls this
week frora Rio f 4,176 bags Coffee per bark Leighton, aad
of 4,iu9 bags par bark Clara UaxaU ; total 10,8oi bags.
St- Louis Market.
Mabcb 6, P. M.
FLocaSalet country 150 bblsflne at 4 T5;115bbi loW
grade auperloe at ft 50 : 500 to 600 hbl sopeifloe in loM on
lrlvate terms. Yesterday erenlngtOOO bbts city superfine
wer sold at (6, tor April and May delivery.
Wbsat -Supply mU, and market firm. fle 60 brs
damp red at 81 13)4 etil 310 bag sprlog, p-iv.t; 811
lag fair and good red st $1 13 toil 17 ets ; 188 bag prim
red a ft 90 eta. And including bag, 860 bag fair red at
ft 26 : 16X good do. at tl 28, and 890 bags good whit at
1 .
Cos. Sales 133 bag poor mixed at 48 et. 1,500 btgt
wlxed oa private term, anderstood to be under 50 ets;
10,000 bar do at 60 ets.: int bag at 51 eta : 1.X00 rags
mixsd, yellow and white, from 50 to 54 eta.; 1,467 bags mix
ed, in lota, at 53 to S et ; 893 bag prim whit at 58
ets.) and J8tl de do at 6i eta. all in econd hand and new
gunnies.
La an Berne sales wer effected but not reported ; 41 bbls
No. 1 cold at 11X ets., aad 800 bbr on private term.
Wbisxt Drags to-day; sales 130 bbls ia limlud lots at
28 cu.
rsiTBias-1,000 tlba at 43 ets.
Fxcrr 43 sacks dried apple wcr takta at ft 2 SO.
THE HIABKETS BY TELECRAPU.
Bos to, March 11. Tbe steamer Nisgsra sailed
lo- it J for Liverpool with $300,000 In specie.
New To kg,, alarch 11. Floor declined 5c Sute
6 lfta$6 SO. Wheat 1 78. Cora7Ja7J. Beefbonj
ant at 1011 for new prime. Pork quiet at 2S 90a
1 24 00 lor meea. WbutkS6g.
CiyciaiATi, March 11. Floor doIL Bulk Deal
higher. - Rivtr stationary.
w
1IITE Flll.-10 bbta. White Ftoh, Just evolved
aad tor sale by tehjg D. P. PICKET.
RAILUOAD fsCRAPEUniJast reeeivad aad for
alby UbM P. D. PICKET.
R
AILIIOAD SPIKJES Justreeelved and for sal
ny l6Kj u. ii. muan.
PITTBUUUU PI.OWBJoet received and for sal
by Ifebis P. D. PICKET.
D
RILLS AND CHOW UAUS last reclv4
and tor .ate by Wg P D. PICKET.
rOE'rtlt UOTTOUa JM received and torJe by
L rtot8 D. D. PICKET.
L ILL'S PATENT HACUINE Just recelvtd
sad for sate br frbsS P. P. DICKkT.
vv
1.1 DOW SAsll jeaareeeivwdaadforaalebv
tob8) P, P. PICKET.
w
IILEL aAUUOWSJaatreeeivedaadfoe sale
fey i,wbst , , p. p. Pic a si.
". telleg Btraei.
BOYSE & ELVEBSOtl,
K0.S0 PUBLIC taVA&I, SOUTH IISS,
tlr JTsw tmaf Ou StocJt 0
CLOTBS, CAUtX2xa. TESTINGS. DRILLINGS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Ana a full Stock t , . , . , , ,
Cr&tIem?B' f crnioliio CoeJi.
HATINO pwrrtaedr Ooodc wvder th ami Bsverabkt
cirewaMUoeea, w will offer great laoBeetMat !
or pacil Urn dealer, and soLeit from tb trade aa ex
tjatrttson ti oar stock bctor prchaiag tlsewher. W
weald esui specini atteattea le lit aeaertaseat ef Clock a,
Cassimer aad Vaeusga, whlrA we wia mak up te rdr
ra tbe Isueat ttylea aA warranted be fit ev ae aaie. Ws
aU cU rr ikueouoa te eur sceck ef Ready -maile Cleih
Ug, maanfaclurvd txprealy fcs? ear trade, which w are
.i.rsBid to tea t the Weaes prtewa, aad Uareby stent
yoer patrons. V wiU tak pteasar In juvig ear
gaud aad pronag ear aaaertioa as te price, qua Ur, A.
Vt keep ftr J thtAg aesaily kept la Ctntlstaens' Frais
ljig(csjsad aiilbva, ta a tow , 'k of Beys
cLuac. HOME A ELVfJiAyrt.
We. 94 Paaae fteaare, (eaib 4.4.
WASTIP AfewgeodJee'aeysaea a a kilned ease
aeedafpiy. fcbe ae - A A E.
7. THUIIST0N BLACK,
POIITHAIT PAIlMTElt.
817113 CTI2 ft CO '8 10CX fTOlZ,
rtMLICSQl-'AUE,
?t tf.
I3T ITOSX LJTD F02 CALX. -
500
SACKS f eatra H4 ICCX WHEAT ITOXTB
At . . .'.-, tiLtCK HkAP-S,
He It fwPtb t'.wr. t.
Vu t t.it Ft AiMB. ifwatae rast ntrio nd
- . - - - o t . r j-.
HU.CH DOUGLAS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
DRY GOODS,
3BCate, Bonnotsi
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. IS, NOUTII MARKET STREET,
lXasillc, Tennessee.
I HATE reed led and now offer for ra'e a rpiendid stock
Of New and Beautiful 8PH1.NO tiOObS, which 1 will
.. ... i . i V. . Ka K .V.li.ra I rwm
ten as u- w-th - - -
neetfully solicit th attention uf bujers W this very desire-
. . ur- tul nr. .a
bl etocx oi wooa. . ,
march 8 2m '
JOHN BttOWSE,,.
Meroliant Tailor,
Is now in receipt ef hi assortment of
SPRING AXD SUMMER GOODS,
To ahlch he respectfully asks the attention of hit friends
and tne public generally.
mi" -
lTew Spring and Saramcr Goods.
T AM now receiving my stock ofBPSINQ AHDSUMUXK
nnnnit. nt th. latest snlea. exoresary for Gentlemen'
wear, to which I Invite the attention of my customers aad
the public genertlly.
A l.m). BUUXX B AsrUAI ur lanniuno iwr mcriu,
and Summer. 8AM. PRICHITT,
fcb0 ' BPta - ot College treea.
FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS.
KECE1TED this, by Eipreas, a choice lot or Famishing
Goods. The latest style of ehirts. Neck Tie. Kid and
Silk Gloves, Collars, Suspenders, Half-Hose, Stock and
Cravats, Dressing Robes, Underwear of tvery variety.
Trunks, Valise and Carpet-Bag.
Als a fresh supply of Perfumery and Toilette Soaps, Hair
Tooth, Clothes and Nail Brushes. Together with an assort
ment ot Shell, Buffalo, Bone and Ivory Combs, Ac, Ac, aad
we invite all to an examination of our Block.
J. H. MeOLL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, corner f
th Squar and College street. march3
GRAND DISPLAY OF
Fancy Bonnets and Milinery Goods
FOR THE SPRING OF 1857.
I WOCLD respectfully Inform my lady ar.
friends that 1 have bow io store one of the
largest, moat beautiful, select and cheap
est st'ckof Millinery ever offered at Nashville or at any
retail eataoiunment at tb east, snd am now ready to sap
ply my frienas with early Spring Hats of th latest designs.
My stock, in part, consists of
1,000 rich Paris, Bugal and Fancy Bonets, Imported styles;
lou cases ttair, nugai ttono i.ace Bonnets;
SO ease English Straw and other plain stylet;
S dotea imported Imperial Chip Bonnet;
878 Carton' of Pari Flower, for bonnets, parties aad
brides-,
872 Carton's of Paris Ribbons, for bonnet and dress
, trimmings;
60 dosen Hoop Skirt, bone and steel, extra bone, Ac ;
40 doien Spanish and French Fans;
80 dosen farasols, assorted quality:
Rich Black Bugal Lace Mantillas and materials;
Bueal Gimps and Lace, white, blond and Mate:
Black Bugal Collar and Sett, for mourning.
Onr ttoek of Embroideries is not only beautiful but chess.
consisting in pan of Rich Maltese Work, Muslin, J scone t
Setts, uouars ci uoniton won, Muslin Ualtere and Jaco
net Cnder-eleeves, Worked Bands, Paris kmbroidered
Handkerchief. A fine line of Paris Mitts, Kid Glove and
Elattio Belt; Ladies fine and medium Cabba Port Monies.
Th Bonnet Comb and new styles of Tuck and Redding
Combs, with many Fancy Goods, too numerous lo mention.
My opening day will ba th lUtb or March.
I trust to receive the tarn liberal patronage extended to
me for tbe past thirteen year, and shall endeavor, by po
lite attention, punctuality and honesty of purpose, toeom.
mand a continence.
I will not deceiv yon at regards Fashions, as I am well
posted in that respect. I receive by every steamer from
Kurope tne latest sties rrom farts ana London.
gdSr Bonnets bleached in superior style.
E. WISE, Agent,
No. 48 Onion St. next door to Put Bank.
N. B. Country Merchants and Milliner would do well
toexamlna my Stock before purchasing, aa 1 will Oil small
bills as cheap as purchasing East.J marchlO
Fancy Bonnets and Millinery Goods.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND XILL1NEBS.
I HATE this year completed arrangements to topply a
mall Bill of Goods at even less prices than could be pur
chased East, taking into consideration th charge and
expenses, and aave at least 80 per cent, A regards Style
and Fashions, hiving twenty-five yean' experience in Mil
linery Good, and confining myself exclusively to thia
branch of trade, 1 am a'ways posted, and not so liable to
be deceived as those dealing In svery description of mer-
ehsndix. My stock Is now in store, eontiating of oris of
the largest stocks of Bilk Fancy Bom ets, and the largest
stock of Straw Goodt ever opened at Nashville. So just
try me this season for your Boootts, and learn something
to your advantage in Fashionable Stock, at
a. nisi'D, Agent,
No. 48 Coionstreet. mil door to th Stat Bank.
Kaahville, Match Sd, loi7.
1S57. Boots and Shoes. 1857.
JOHN RAIYIACE,
42 COLLEGE STREE T,
DEALER 1ft
TRUNKS, VALISES LADIES HAT-CASES AND
TRAVELING BAGS;
BOOTS, SHOES, ANO BR03ANS,
OF ETART DESCRIPTION, BT THE CASE OR.DOZEN
IATZ ABEIVALS.
LADIES Con great Boots, Gaiter a. Slipper, and Walking
f boe; Super Kid Slipper and Boota.wilh heel; Mle
and Children' Shoe, Boot, and Gaiter, a larg assort
ment. Gent Super Calf snd French Patent Lsther Gaiter and
Dret Shoes; Ox'ord Tie and Cloth Congress Gaiter
A f'W No. I Sole-Leather, Aahland and Plain T A USES
ard CARPET BAGS, to which I invite the attention of
purchaser. JOHN KAMAttS,
febST 43 College ttreet.
PIANOS & HEL0DE0NS.
i. IV. lilllUGF.,
W
HO ha bean for many year located in
Tenneaaee a a Tuner and Repairer of
Piano, wonld respectfully call the attention
of the musical public to th fact, that he vis
ited New York laat ytar for th purpose ol making arrange
ment with th bed Piano Fort makers lo sell tnelr instru
ment. After (pending several week in thai great me
tropolis, visiting th different manufacturer of aote. he
came to theeocclaslon and who might be Judge In tbi
ease tf a Tuner ef teelv year I no t that th Piano of
of Light. Newton A Bradbury should b preferred to all
othar. II accordingly mad an agrmnt wita tnem,
whereby he I enabled to furnuh Piano at retail cost in
New Tork, freight and charge added, to that every on
who buy of him may know that h it not paying morafor
hit articl than h would be charged by the manufacturer
tbemielvet If he wer to visit them In person. Thia House
ia making twenty Piano per week, a much greater aumber
than it made by any ether in the United States, and for
purity and volume of tone and fineness of finish, both In
side and out, the proof hi that they ttand wholly unrival
led. These Piano wer awarded the Brat premium by th
Juriet of the World' Fair and tht Fair of the American
Iottitute In 1S33. Among tct many tiusKaans ana ama
teurs who have from time te time examined the laatrw
menta, testified to their superiority, sad recommended then
to thir fries ts, ar Lowbll. Mam and Taoa lUsrison, of
world-wide celebrity, H. O. Timm, President ef tbe Philhar
monic Society, Ii.V,TsBcmoBS AXsrnrLB, evaducter ef the
Philbarmonto Society, N.I, Gnatae F. Root, Juror In
the Fair of the American lmtitute, in 154. J. LaArt, U. a
Hux, F. H. Nam, Fdwabb Hows, Jr., ic, Ac
- Geo, J. Was, ef Boston, the wellkaewn and popular
Teacher and Coanpceer, after examining the Instrument
aad testifying te their entire periortty, opened a House
In Boston, th central point of tbe onee renowned Chickcr
Ing, and within a short ttm Mid upward ef Forty Planes
te hi musical friends aad acquaintance, many of thoas of
tb highest sly! and finish 4600 or 1V0.
Thi la the first Nsw York Piano Agency vr ttabliahe4
la Boston.
G ao. F Bauvow, of New Tork, th dittin gulahed eompotv
r, Orgaakat and Pianist, waa aathoriaed by tb Nw York
Harmon Society to (elect th oest Plan tbat eoekl b
mad for that r as. He gav th preference te Light,
Newton A Bradbury "large caw" over all others, Grand's
ae excepted, and purchased one foe th use of th Society.
. Bat Mr. Kibbbb deeme ft wnniimtry to maltiply words
to the people of Mddle Tennessee. Tbe fact, tbat ha ha
been for mauy year a aceewful Tuaar among thesa, and
ba mt with, aad Taad aad RapeJred Ftaaioe of eveey
aaak. ibeaid iaepire eoBudcne ia hi JadgaMrnt; and th
fact that be regularly visit teeat twice a ytar would efcow
tbat it at mora to hia Interest te tell them a good Fiaoa
thaa it eeaM be to that of aay ether dealer. A te th
price aad quality of that Piaaoa, Mr. Kiaaaa ahibli the
priee bet ai.d doaoripttoa of tb Makara, which contain
twenty differed it 7 lea at prsres, ranging fiaa fx&d te
tK), at thetr Ware Reoma, No. 431, Broom Street, New
York. Sa there eaa be ne deception practiced with refer
ae te pric or ttyle ef Iniab, aitheegh tbe Piano are ae
eeea aaiil ee Iveree, and be te authorised by Meesr. LagbM,
Kswtoa A braiibcu-y to give warraateesof ail tbetr Ftaao
sad by hint.
Mr. Kisses also visited the well known Mrledeea Estab
lishment of Caraart, NMdham A Co, No. 91, Eaa Sd Si
New York, aad made aa arrangement with theaa te foxaiab
Mdodeona, so that he eaa aeil Um at their He Yrk retail
prtoea , frsight added. Theae loatrwaswnte have beesm
vry popeiar ia toe k astern aad North-Western State asst
truly deeerr th eotk ef all tce wbe ar
"Charmed by concord ef sweet Beend."
H ha ala aa arraagem.nl with th firm f Firth, Poad
A Oo, New Tor. wba eaabtas) hia M furnish Sheet Moses
eat mill Meeteai laairaaxalt at haw York P saaa.
Al eoenmBnicaJiieaa a-ota the eeontry ea the subjret f
Ptaae or Mteteeaa ar ef Taaisg e4 RepasriDg win ba
prtwptiy aueaded to. Faautte ri.ag U elty rsa
sWerder. at my reside, eppealte tMd MaJL m
aa lr.M ttirecgti i IW-Otoea, . O. W. B.IBBEE,
Marc II, ly. , , , -
liivt lffflVM.
aaa . rwr - - w
T C3A. ROBEitTSO.VS COMFECT10KART, a larg
. u mmm Avium. S Im . lu Ul M
A
Swllv Lemeit. Coeea Nat, Aoft snQ Alatends, Eegtwh
eneetp te sail tee tewa or aeuntry traae. mareba
l it.F. BILUOD.
sTOXrCCTIO KUS AXD DEALEBS I.f
Tiaa J-icn, Cigui, Tobacco, '
9.IT Tlrh.el street t4 idaxar from isrwatA
WI weald reepertarly iaform tb itieaa of Saahvaia
aad the tri ia thi aad tb aJtr4ntng sweisinea. tbat
trbav rweeativ fitted vp eer tatKiirMat tat the per.
pons ei Auiag a w'avaeeal and Eaii! bawaea. aad weat)
nuriftfBlly ask a aaar f pubiis patxoaag.
gST" Ovdr for Caa Jtea, Fr.ts aad ether artieie la
war line atuaded t With promptaeet aad atop",
taarrt F. A F. stLUOB.
' Prof.' HX2TRY ,
' Teaches Us '
PI A IV O AND IN SINQINO.
fyglitS Jt a Seseloa ef five taenia wa
A tawoa every w , m any m
. - Wa a. t A In . A a r A.. ' I . J '
. LwatfUt 9b. IS te be la avBBw..
( tr Ufiart ie b Isnal we 1 gW't;t - ; i
iI4 IF . . ...a ' .
mm
1857-- 1857 -"-1857
lllGTOil, BRtAH & CO
NO. 65
NORTH-EAST COR. SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
IMPORTERS AND EXCLCSELT
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Irish Linens,
White Goods,
and
Edgings
Wa also keep full lines of
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
ricknit & Twisted Silk Jlitis,
ilfttiDKERCK, CRMS.
. ALSO:
yon jaonaft0, mtttom,
BELTS, THREADS,
Combs, Brushes.Varieties.
Wt have mada heavy additions to oar former par
cbsses, adding manj aotlrw
New Lines of Goods.
Amongst which will bo found a large and complete
assortment of
lOaOTnSTS,
Of all prices, to the STYLE3 of which oar pan
chaser has paid especial attention.
OCR BTOCE OF
UT TIBS ii HIS
comprises all ttie latest Styles and Designs.
We invito especisl attention to our large and en
tirely new Stock of
GrUUNT LJ JLJM'JLJ
GOLD JEWLRY,
Which we guarantee to turn out as represented.
ALSO.
l3Plntoca. Toxvolrr3r
of all kinds, and a great variety of
JfBTT GOODS
Bj devoting our time exclusively to oar one
branch cf business, and purchasing almost entirely
for CASH, from the MANUFACTURERS, we
are enabled to procure goods at the
Very lowest Figures,
and therefore, feel safe in savin? that we can offer
Merchants SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS, both in
prices and variety of goods.
Our Stock will be ready for sale by the 20th inst.
WANTED.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, &c.
at thu highest market priee.
WASHINGTON, BIIYAN & CO.,
Next door to the JJist Pub
lishing House, V Till.
fbl7 2tn j
THOMAS L. BRAN3F0RD,
A. J. st'WHIRTER,
J. 8. BRAXSF0RD,
R. C. SACFLT,
R. sf. KIXNARD.
SPEING CIECULAE, 1857
LARGE ARRIVALS OF
SPRING & SUMMER
DRY GOODS!
BRADFORD, M'WHiRTER&CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
nreip anH jOamestir
BB'Y 600'S
9a 71 FTO&C 8QTJAEZ, 2d D003. AB0TS TUX
'CITY HOTEL,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WE HAVE THE PLEASURE OP
announcing to tbe Retail Trade, that
we hare now io store an unusual!
Larg-e and Complete Stock
of Staple and Fancj"
3D 2? zr
OOdD
of Spring Importa
tion, which we are deter
mined to sell to Cash and Prompt
Time Dealers at a VERY SMALL
ADVANCE UPON EASTERN COST!
Our Stock embraces, in part
RICH PARIS SILKS,
Barege and Jackson Robes,
Rich Printed and Flam Bareges,
Crape d'Espenges, assorted colon
Challies,
Irish, Scotch & American printed Jaconets
English & American printed Lawns.
OLOTTS!
French and Belgian Bile and CoFd Prints,
Fr'ch & Eng'h Brk and Fancj Doeskin
American Black and Fancy Doeskins,
French 3-4 and 6-4 Drap d'Etes,
English 3-4 and 5-4 Drap d'Etes,
Farmers' Satins, blk and fency,
Tweeds, Jeans, &c Ac &c.
fJBif Maa mm ma
ft
kj a
lavas Ui ik ikL
Farraeri Linen Drillings,
Linen Ducks, Brown and Bleached, :
French and Irish Linen Drillj, v ,
Blaj Linens, 3-4, 1-8 aud 4-4.
TRimmiracs!
Ribbons,'
Dress Trimminr, i
Tailors' Trimmings,
Mulinert1 Trimmings, ttc
Togvthtr wiih a very !rt aad at tract Stscfc g Spring
vata. Wait Ooods, Reached CotWa tad Uaea laeetlJiga,
V4, lft-4, il-4. aad 1M ; Ca&brailaav laAaU, TarieO,
A.,.. Xa ai at wljch w wU offer Salt ladnwae t
CASHASD lilCTT 12212 DSAXHIS.
W esliri a tun eraeJaetiua vt ear ftack areas Ctt entry
Uerchaawvitui( Uua tf.
EaAKSFCD, MIVITER & CD.
S.U0- tela .
eUTa.ltarevaa4MaalaT
SVAH & CO.'S LOTTEREISS
CAPITA L PKIZE $50,000 ! !
Owin U tts rraat wits whleb ear Single Nasser
Lotteries have been received a the ablie, aad ithe larg
oamand tor Tickets, th Manajfort, 8. Swab A COn win
tar erawtn; ar& Batara7 inroniaooi .... -'-htoUowiD;
fcbeme wUl b draaa in each of ttsir Lotteries
ssaroa.isoi.
CLASS S3,
Te be drawa ta the City of Atlanta, Georj I4a abH9 SB
ATCKDAl, JIAIIC1I Tht ,
CLASS 27,
To be draws la th City ef Atlanta, Georgia, la pablie.aw
SATIRDAY, 91ARCU 14ll, 18ST.
CLAM 28,
To be drawa ia th City nr Allan1, 8eri, la pohHe, ea
SATL'HDAY IQARCU Slat, 18S7
CLAS?29,
To b drawa in tbe City of Atlanta, Aeergta, In pablir, ea
' SATT7SSAT, KASCS28, 1857, on the IUm ct
SINGLE Nl.TIBERS!
30,000 Ticketa 3,260 Prize
HOEI THAU On FE1ZX TO XTXBT 10 TICXITB
juacjiiiickntiietie.
1 Wa ef. S30.0O0 1 fWI.Ofe
1 IMM la 10,000
- 1 " lO.OtW is 1M0
1 t,oooi ,cw
1 w is W
I 7,0(10 ia
. 1 " S.lXK) I IW
1 " 9tXKi .
t " 4,tx;0i. fpoj
1 a. g(o,)o ia. ,tX
l "... eoooi .'
1 1,000 i .
J00 prises 100 are 1?,i!Ti
100 - Mar c
APPROXIMATION PRI.ES
4 prises ef S Apam'f to f 0,000 prise ar i.o
4 - foO " 13,000 " " .....
4 . 1(10 u 10,000
4 " 80 f ,oo FOT
4" 48 - 8,00M W
M (0 " J.(KJt " J4)
4 ti - 4,000 " ss9
, " 60 - 8,000 " - V
43 J U00 "
4 " SO a. uo0 a lit
1,000 to '.77, .0tf
32UOprlesamoBtlBgto S04 OO
Whole Tieketf, f 10; Halves t5; Quarters $2.4 0
FLA If OF THK LOTTIRT.
ThNaabr fro 1 to 8.UOO, corresponding with tbeee
Itamber oa tba TickM printed ea aeparat sUpa ef 99
ar eoeirclcd with aaiall tin tune aad placed ta oa heeL
The Ant SIS Priaa,aimilrly printed and acircld,ar
p!ad la another Wheel.
The wheel ar then rvolved,aad a nnnbri drawa
from th Wheel of N amber, sad at thetawietimeaprtsa
I drawa rroaj the ether wheel. The Namlrr and Frlte
drawa oat ar opened and exhibited to the andleare, aad
registered by tbe CosBmiswioacr; th Prise beg plaeed
against the Nussber draws. Thi eperaUoa U rpat4
entil all th priaes are drawa ant,
APPBOIIMATION FXI2T8. r
Th two preceding and two s scored lot: Nuabovs ta rfcee
drawing the first IS Prise will be entitled t th 44 Appro
imatlon Prise, aecording to the chwi.
3,000 frizes mi iO will be deUnnlaed by the
last flgnre of the N amber that draw tbe N),00e Prise.
For example. If h Number drawing the $SOJK0 Prise nd
with No. 1, than all the Ticket where the auanbev sda ia
1 will be entitled to 120. U the Niuubtr cad with Ne. t,
then all thsTiciri where tb Hamberand with IwiUbe
enUtled to 4S0, and so aa to 0.
Certificate ot Package will b etd at th following rat
whkb la th riak:
Crtifict of Paekag ef 10 Whol Ticket
" 10 Half - , 4
" . 10 Quarter U
IS OKTlltaijts TICK ITS
Encloe lh Bsoaey te eer addr for the ticket ardared,
a receiptor which they wUl be forwarded by first taalL
Purchaser tan hav ticket ending la aay Agar Cut! saay
designate.
The Hit ef drawn numbers aad prists will a a 1 1 par
baser intaiedlatrly after the drawing,
EYPnrchaer wiU please write their aignatar ta plan
and giv their poet ofBee, eoanty aad Bute.
raVKeoiember thatrry Prise iadrawo.aad pajablda
fall wlthoat dednctl.
tar All Prises of 1,000 aad Bader,pldladiatly afla
tb drawing othar pnae al the Banal haa of thirty day.
All eomaanlcatlon strictly onadcotiat.
PriaTiekUeshdorrawdiB othar Tkcktsatltht
office.
Address 0rdr for Tickets or Csrtlfloates slthar ta
8. 8WAN A CO , Atlanta, Gas.
r t. SWAN. Montgomery, Ala.
or, Z. STIMST1EK. ,,t,
"M Boa No. 8. Nashville F. O.
Havana Plan lottery.
By Authority of tht Stalt of Georgia.'
JASPER COUNTY ACADET1V LOT
TERT. CXA88 16, ta ta drawn at Coawarv Uaix,
Macon, Oa nndarth sworn rapcrinlendence of CoL bso,
hi. Loassand W. C. Abdbbsob, Kso... oa (tattStralatT
.tlatrcli, 14tb 18S7.
.AT17W)AT HULL 8CHDir.
15000 Pdmbers Pnses payable without Prdactiea.
CAPITAL. PRIZE, fttOOO!
eCHIMF.
1 prise ef,
1 "
1 "
1 "
...S0M
.... loe
.... l,te
.... l.ww
... l
... ,eoa
.... B,M
....Kooe
I prise
60
100
.fSOO are...,
. loO are...,
. 00 are....
40 ai...
I MX
1.63T..
44,000
Ticket. 14 Halve. S Qnarters It.
rum ur tub LArrrsAT.
Sam ath loyal Lottery of On bar with this differ!
the Havana Lottery has &3,000 Number thi ha only
IhjOOO.
Ther ar two wheel, on ach of which ther ar placed
two Locks. Th Superintendent have each a ky le tbe
Lock, aad the wheeJa ctanot b pened aalee both are
preaant. Thr are plae la the wheel of number tht
lobe containing Kips of paper with the nambert front He.
1 to 15,000. Ia the wheel of prlae there are plaeed tla
tabe containing aHp of paper with th prise ea thesa
ranging frona f 18,000 ta libO. .
Whea th drawing tekeaplaee, which will beta pontic,
the wheel ar anlocatd, and after revolving ihea,a aesa
ber is drawa oat of the wheel ef saaber, and at th aasse
time on I drawa oat of th Prise wheel by boy with ansa
bared to th sboaldar and blindfolded th tube t slipped
off, aad the Bomber held ap aad tnrellrd, ao that th wheJa
Bttdienee caa aee Is the aaaber la then sailed off aad reg
iterd by th 8priateDdeaU. The Priss drawn ht credit
ed to the aaaber drawa at the (am aim, and to ea saUl
all th prises ar drawn oat. A copy of th drawing I than
sent to the printer, aad after comparison th Saperiatea
denUeertUy t tha sorrsctnta of th drawing. Tbeee te
perintendeats ar swora to perform their daty wtthvat
fear or tavor.
It will ba perceived that la thi plaa vry arias is
drawa eat, aad ef eoars some parson most get them; a
drawing I nt to every one ordering ticket. TV prise
ar payable thirty day after drawing. In foil, witkeat dla
aoont. bbF Drawing tak pise every Satarday.
tW Orders for Ucketa addressed te Q. B. WI5T1X
Box (33, NebvUl,Teno, will be promptly attend sd ta
- ' JAJtXS F. HIHTUL, Maaager,
mar, t lw. Macon. Oa.
Royal liayana Lottery.
TBI azt ordinary drawing ef the Xeyal Bavaaa
Lottery, endacted by the ripasiah Oovernateat, an.
dr th laperviaioB of th Captain GnraJ f Caba, wtl
Ink place at Havana, a ,
Saturday, 3Iarth 28th, 1S57. '
' asrMs I aaaer) tit Ordlaatii ''
Capital Vrlze 100,000 Do.ls.
Pns f.
S1661IO
d Prise ef ...SS.0M
... bo.ooa
a " - loo
ea " " aoa
14 : 400
0,000
10100
,0W)
SO Appreilaatleea.... ,
d A psroziaation to th S100.000. of ItuO each: 4 of 400 M
60,000; 4 of do ta 40,000; 4 f 4u to :,0VO; 4 ef 400 ta ASwS
Whole Tickets $20 ; Ilalrca $10 1
Quarters $5.
lMaAhdt tight at 8 per eent dljeoaat. '
BUI ea th PJasbvUi dty Beak UkeB at par.
A drawing will be forwarded a soea as ta rataltheoeae
known.
sap- OosaawaleaMea addrwsMd t DOV SOCBJOrXZ.
(esreaf Cty Poet, Ckarleetoa, ft. C0 aaUl starch tsta.
till Be attended to. a
New Iron and Hardware Store.
KO.44 COLLEGE A.fOi TIARKETtttW
HATS reeeatly reeted ea Market street a larg three
teryiieaca, whtch Uy hav (onaseied wtifelhear
eid Iron jteae ea CeBege air set. aad are new Bering tha
allowing article for teie low for aaak ar la paaetaal 4ea
ars uae
SOO toaa wt1 aaeerted Taneata teflaed Cktittt
lra afthirwaaaaBfaetar,warraalA
150 tea aaaerted Pttta. lrea, beat braada.
IS tons ateel, 1.I.ILA Cast, 0har,aad Seraaa.
ISO daeea taaarlaS Pile aad kaip.
100 eesea Eewlaad A Asaoe Shovel aad Spade. '
IS doaea CallW, Usau, Seaty' A LipptaeeU Ate.
A dewaa Crew tare.
S3 doaea Tea EeiUea.
S doaea Stone Uaauteva;
doaea Cera-SheUert aad StratvCaUcra.
SA assorted Chaise. ,
S eaaka Moeeevbei Aartla.
. f cask Wright' ootid Sox Ties. -a
tj ee Wagea at)e,ailie.
l.d eiu aaaerted Moggi Aalea.beatbraaa. .
' ISd pairs - - Springs
L1U70 aeg tae'S Wail aad spikes "
S8 aou Maallla Aope, aUatsea.
Ws will ba pleaeed te reees v order tar asy f the -
articiee aad atir fneada stay reiy ea gatuag thee: at ia
kewaat prtecs. Jaas
IUOEL C;CO.,
IF 'fiolcsalc Grocers
. - - . r SIB ,
2?3ro3.'U.oo Xotlox"a,
HATS Jsst reeeived ta sura, rar f CeOrr SB 4
Spriwf Ureeaa, . . " . j
t aa akt ftti Waliky.Vest braniai '' -!
de Veer d e
ti V Wd kteasmgaaela, ao
A e Ueraoa0Biy,d
' M S Otd Aye, de -' . '
1 de Orape Sraady; . . ... , a
bt) 4 Il Braady;
. , , ! de do de ia; '1
ley 'reacA Sraadyi . i
94Mirrf de
' '14 da Caia de
" ee Malaga WJnej
ia 4 r e
H hoi Chewing Tebaecc,
Csr. vri ;
- 14 tasw eur Ca&JUs;!
. . se bate Cfcr Seed;
. - 4 bhi:is4 da ' '
- - luo bexeaWsetera SeservsChseaat
" A d AO. 4 '
Sd aaaealfaemr, -'
M be ie!i ...
. ad doaea Ua Weahheard;
TtesfJea Sat,sgar, Coilr. asd a leaeral aseertaeat f
ttreeeeie bater la Mere, te ease they itnu tbe etteBiiaa
af iaraer aad centatry aaaiat ahca tacy in theavt
and sstttf vit a A.ia .
, . Nom tk co.
tabtl
rir f 'rarksrs!
100
lOiUsl aaaaaes jt nft aed tseas ay
desJA A. ti. AwaaaMBO,Se4waa,

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