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. " T. n. OCEXX, Local and Commercial Editor.
Saturday Morning:, March 14, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing the
Post Office better JList.
The escalation of the Pally and Tri-WeesJj
T editions of the Patriot, combined, exceeds largely
that of. any other newspaper printed in KaihYiUe
., It is these edition that axe generally seed for
,.- advertisiag The Patriot therefore, ia the best
,v dvertisinfr medium ia the city.
ACt'STS 1'OR THE PATRIOT.
Ma K R. Glcocx hat been appointed oar agent tor this
eity. He It authorised to collect the accounts, notee, Ac,
T. of the cancer i, and alto to solicit and make contract, fur
s'' advertising and Job Work.
- Hi Tt. P Moss itour travelling agent, and It authorised
to rec lirt tubscribert, and to collect ail monies due at out of
Mortcart.- It appear! by the monthly rrp.rtef
Oie City Seiton, that there were 21 interments la
fie ("it Cemetery during the month of Fihruary
29 cf wl.ich were whites, and IS black. Of these
. XI were from the city, and 3 from tbe country.
W.tkr rirt, The contract for furnishing tbe
"f IS Inch pipe t be lai I down in this city, bas been
awarded to the Nashville Manufacturing Compwiy.
This kerpi a Urge sruour.t of money at home. Our
own mechanic, we are jleasd to see1, are compel-
injj s-jccre-fj ly with these cf larger cnpiu.1 and
more meana at a distance.
Uarkosia Clcb Extaciso. The Soiree cf the
Ilarraocia Club on Thursday night last was nomer.
. us'v attended, and we learn tbe eierciaee pitted
effiu a O'Obt pWarant and astinfartot j manner.
Saow. At we write, (Friday, p. m ,)lr' flsk.es
are "i.llog thick and fast," and tbe weather baa all
t ia appearance ef wiuter. This ia something very
unusual for ll.il latitude at this lime of year.
Sr. Clock Hot it l. One of tie beat hotels in tbia
ctv cr tlie sojth-weet, i the St. Cluud. It is ceo-,
tral'y located, convenient to batiuees, and ha from
i. opening been a moat popular place of resort
willi travellers. It Is well kpt and well mauaged,
and we are glad to bear is constantly Ihronqed with
Rcorsnma or Tnt Thcatcr. The manager ol
tlie Nashville Theater Informs as that the arrange
menta fjr reopening it for t'ie Spring season
htve been perfected. Mr. CouMock commences
Lis engagement on the 23 J Inst. Tbe stock is com
posed of several of the best si tars who played here
during the fall and winter, besides additions among
the names, of whom we notice those of W. D. Ev
erett, 'D. B. Van Df ren, I. Siguogrl, Hiss E. Deer
inp, Miss Emma Let lie, and several others. There
l no reason why ihe Spring season should not
prove boih pleasant and profitable.
Anvaxci ia Firk Crackers. Owing to the news
from Caitm, the price of fin-riickrs in New York
ha advanced. Tbe last sale were at $2,50 per box,
but the artklt cannot be bad at that figure now.
Tbii bid news for the javenile patrtotc, who are
looking forward lo tbe Fourth of Jaly, but rather
welcome intelligence for peojle who abominate
pjrotcchi.ie in the pul lie streets.
137" An affray occurred at Cincinnati on Sunday
night between John Howard and Lewis I'. Lee, in
Lich Lee was mortally wounded and Howard
slightly. Howard surrendered himself and was held
to bail ia (1,000.
fy N. Tboms, of France, baa htely made the
finishing improvements in tbe calculating machine
the arithmometer, at which he bas been working for
upwards cf thirty years. It may be used without
tli j least trouble or possibility of error, not only for
addition, subtraction, multiplication, and diviaion,
but altio for much more complex operation, such
a the extraction of the square root, involution, the
reflation cf triangles, ke. A multiplication of
eight figures by either others is made in eighteen
et-conde; a division of eighteen figures by eight fig-
ures in tweniT-lonr seconds; and in one minute and
a quarter one can extract the square root of sixteen
figures, and a In J prove the accuracy of ibe calcala
t on. Thearillimometer adapts its If M every sort
f combination. As an Instance oi the wonderful
extent of it powers, it can furnifh in a few seconds
product amounting to 899,9U8,999,999,999,999,
1)99,999,999,989. Tbe working of the Instrument
is very simple. . To raite or lower out screw, to
turn a winch a Csw times, and by means of a but
ton, to elide off a metal plate from left to right, or
C irotn right to left, ia tbe whole manipulation.
. Tbe TJoose of Representatives, on the 3d Inst,
refused, by a Tote ol 60 against 101, to suspend its
rules so as to allow of the consideration of the bill,
wiiuh bad p isaed the Senate, to refund oiouey ad
ancd in l9i) by tbe Slav's of Virginia aud Mart
lan d to aid in the erertiou of lbs public buildings.
'This bill therefore, M d lo pass.
. .' The biil to distribute ibe euiploe revenue row
in the Treasury among the several Stales of tbe
Union, which bad been passed by the House, was
' liot considered in the Sensti.
.. Mr. U. Mar-hall made an iutffcclual affort to
get the consideration of a bill to extend tbe opera
tion, fir five years, of tbe act to continue the half-
- pay to certain widows and orphan. This measure
bad an evident tnjriiy in tut levor la lo 45
yet by the rules, requiring two-thirds, the measure
could cot be eutrrt tiued. Xutional lutt'ligtHcer.
lf Tbe sentence of death pissed on James
Summon has been commuted to imprisonment in
f the Ohio pealteutairy for life. ' .
Rev. Dr. A.C. Dayton will preach iu the Fiiet Bar.
f list Church, to-morrow, at tlie us Jil hoar.
Fldu T. K Fall, of Fraoklort, Kj., will preach la the
i Paiui oftht Chriatiaa Churoh, on to-ai(ht, and each
B)tit dorin the week, at art eaad.e lla-bUa j.
J Ah. II. KCNOU1CK,
ti, Crry Sir, SatlivOU, -
1 . rcaxtnta
G- ex. js Fixtures
I . ' ' ' OK ALL KINDS,
for Gu, Oil, or Candle ; and ia prepared to hare
OAS V I T T I N H .
to ir H-8ji dons in the bast manner.
hprlusraud Suiuiuer Haneii,KtwYrk
Mlllluerr AUuipertuiM aud Ceutre t
A Mkttlwu. s .
t . This new, extensively patronise J, popular, cheap
establishment, will open In few days the cam
,pigo, with maicoieea display of new Spriog Boo
'nelaanJ Millinery goods, for the present sessoo.
. So fascinating is tbe style, so elaborately rkh ibe
trimmings, A; ao brilliinl the colors, lhaieuch a com
binalion ol artUtis. ta.-tc and skill, cannot fail to rtc
mine n J itself to the ladies, as well as country mrr.
chants, who decire having tbe last link lu the con
'troling power of Fashion for their customers, in
(preference to bed el j lee offered by parties, who
, cannot possibly be as well acquainted at lib tlie
bu.-iue a thoee who are ex(luie!y epgsgej a
.it, aud who give it lluir undivided aiteation. -Parties
In the country directing their orJeri to
this establishment, or through parlies here, tnay
rely on being promptly atundad lo. .
Every oeacription of Straw Bonnets and Hal
bteachtrj la the new fu.'uu iliUod, and titUiUieJ In
a auperior manner.
Remember tbe spot, So. it Union Street, Camp
bell's new building. B. it a. or r. . cnarld if.
' NASHVILLE THEATRE
f 'HU eatabUifcaarnt will far tereealar Sprtef m4
' I Rjaeirr Suan, oa UUVOat tVa.4U. MAKCU
J.Vh, wth a fail a'ld Joiui Stutck Com pan .
Mr. CtiVUKXt, h.IusbI traiiaa, ta eaf d, ana
WlU appr a at laferika atikraowra.
j anarJtI ' ' iOLL It A VIA, Maaacer.
ADIAI haaSaal sa Ut fitt.bore, Cioeleiia'I, Laade
vUi or HI. Loff saaauaeisree 00041 ti u a- snatM
... . I tlrt.nm .1 tf I 1'. 1, .
. tuir ir i vsm mr"- " sa wsp- w mwwsi win sss-i MrnsTinaai
Jy .Utrodcd t. i)fkc9 lU H. U H satkicy's, CuritAr ftru&4
tua w ruui sfc. wrw, '
CHIJfRJt frGAR CAeirrDJare-lHal .',
- ' AAARASj A lAlfTJ'.4
STEAMBOAT AND HIVES NEWS
Boat Advertiaed to Leave Tbi PT
SALLIE WEST, Corbitt St. Louis.
CITY OF DUKTSV1LLE WiATXR......Csiro.
The river is still receding at this point, with
about 4 feet on Haipeth Shols. ' -
For Ft. Locis Tbe Salie Weft, Corbett, Mso
ter, leaves tc-Jy for St. Louis. Bailie is an excel
lent craft, bas superior aecommodatiois and expe
From the L-olTll;e Journal.
Uockt Wasuikoiok, Uticb II, 1857,
Hall Tatikn, Uullui co., Ky. J
To tUe Editor of the LouititilU Jonrual ;
I kotice in ibis mernieg's Demccrat an arUkle in
relation 10 the etcapc ol a joung lady from Kara
rrth, a Catholic institution near 11 arcs to wo, XeUon
I hope, through your columD, to be allowed the
piivilege of correcting thesiaUment and giving tbe J
1 icta in the cae. 1 am the lugitive spoken ol, who
escaped from that institution, the corruptions of
which, notl ing but bternity win disclose. L was d
placed In thi institution, Jan. 28, 1856, by my
brother, who resides in Nashville, Tenn , end Dot,
as stated, in Virginia; with positive instruction that
be did not wish me educated in tbe principles of
the Roman Cdibtlic religion, leaving that discre
tionary w ith h yg-U.
While attebuingsii.Ci that time I have been sub
jected to the severest kind of religious discipline, J
contrary to my own feelings. Aly reason & for leav
ing the school are these. 1 have been repeatedly i
C3(jfined in a room, ?, 3, and ot c 5 days ai a lime,
deprived of my allowance of food for no other rea
son than that of refusing logo lo confession. This
and a variety of other punishments have been in
flicted from tiiiiS to time, ext. ib. ting a disposition
like any .thing but that requisite for a student far
from borne aud uader the protection of the teach
ers. Their regulations sre such that no letter written
by me could inform my friends of my cooditioo.
At length, when their coinmandi were past all en
durai.ee, I determined to make good my escape at
the first opportunity,' which I effected Feb. 16, at 1
8 o cloclr, r. J. Having been all day in close con
finement, I made my esc -pa during prayer. I re
mained all uight in the neighborhood aud between
4 and A o'clock next morning I hastened on foot to
get beyond th rtscb of my pursuers. At2iAlotkI
was overtaken by the overseer, on horseback, two
miles beyond Alt. Washington, on my way to Loa
uville. He demanded my rtturn; I protested tod told
Lim plainly that I would not go. He then urged
me to go back t j the Uoul at Mt. Washington,
which i did, being fust advised to oo so by a gen
tleman who was accompanying him, assuring me
that I should be prot'Ciei:. Oo the night of the
17tb Dr Haltingly called for me at IS o'clock, but,
refusing to see him, he remained all night and the
next morning urged me to return with him.
To ibe people cf Ml. Washington and particulir
ly to Air. Hall and family, under whoe kind pro
tection I am at present until the arrival of my
brother I lendtr my tiacere thanks for their kind
ncsj and tyaptthy in uiy behalf.
'i be iuierpefiitiou of the inhabitants in my behalf
and Dr. . Maiuuglj'ts demauding me a under bis
custody aud that u y brother ruxidcs somewhere iu
Virginia are palpaole fdlaebooiis.
1 he htateuienta I have made 1 affirm and declare,
as God is my Jadge, to be the truth and LOtbing
bat the truth. Yours with respecv
MARY E. 11. MILLER.
IV are authorised to aniicunce Gen. JAULS M
QUA&I.E8, of jlonigonjtry, at a candidate for Cocgrett in
tbia dintrict. Subject to the ratification ol aliiatrictCon
vealioa. Ub23 tf
J l Lave just received from Kerreaot', In New York, a
VV bee asaortuieutof CHILDRJiVe CAhhl coa-
taioincsomc of the Octti that hat eve; been brought to
Also, G0-CA.KTS, VKLOCirEDrs, Ao.
mil) MAtKENZil A WIL0..
a T E have on tand a few hands. me RATTAN 6EWISG,
VV A KM and KUCKINO 111 A I KM, HAUitK and
CLuTUkU BAcKLTS, LAUIKti' FANCY WORK HABKK'lS.
mil) MACKENZIE a W I I.HON.
Gat Cooking Macliiues.
WE hare a variety of article fur Cooking by Gat, by
vhich, at a common Ua Burner, a kittle of water
can be marie to boil la three minute. Oyster Platet and
bbaving Cup also to be heated by Uis Price (?) and up
ward. mioj Mackenzie a wilj-qn.
WE have a variety of ebeap patterns.
mIO MAOKKNZII A WILBV.
XTfE have numerout paiternaot Oral. Round and Ot
VV long iters, from (10 apvarut. f-sather iiusiers,
BcrubbiDgand UucKinif hrune. Trench Scrubbing 0rnR.
et. Mops, ileartb ll rooms, Ac.
m U MACKESZIE A W1LS0.
WE have a supply of those eelebraied Fafe that are
known to be both UUKGLktt AND Ht-fHOQr.
How often doet it happen th't heo houses are burnt down
all the books and paixrs in the tale are fonod to be so carn
age that they are quite iDeirible. 1 ia baaaever happened
lib tht llernnir ta'e. Wuiia various oiber ( have
Come out of tbe Ur literally destroyed, tbeir' have not
been in tbe alightest degree damaned. They aisi defy
burglars, at tbeit lock caaaot be picked and are goopov.
dcr proot. la.ll' ilAcK.l.NZJk A WILfcoN.
liord or the Isles."
rTBiB celebrated JACK will tund the present season at
' X the sublet of i. W. Cheaire, oa tbe rranklin and Co
lumbia lurupike road, haif a mile noith of Bonn till),
Maury county, Tenn., aod whl aerie JeunrU at HQ tbe
la aranoe, payable wnen the faet is aicenalned, or the
property trauafirrrd. Ptf y Oenta to the grooia lo sdranie.
fa.tarae on guod olus gran, flfty eeau per wcea, aud
wbta lea with grain, sevent.Bre ceota.
Lord of the Isles" it a black Jack, full IS hand 8 In.
blub, extra due apttearincs; dsep cbust, long ruuoibjdy,
wna great "tight; long, straight baca, broad tups, fine
arched loin; lucg and beautiluiiy ahatd ramp; ktng.eeavj
qoirterti Cu t.floj broad hook, with Ana eroad legt.
Lord of tbe Tslet" was aired by the celebrated and an"
eqasllrd laiported JaekOid Knight krrsat," hit daa by
Ji. iinllrr t B g blue; biagrandam Old Ana Royal, loaned
by Dr. I. i. Thomas, of Mury county Tenn ) hee pro
cure is equal, if not aujwrior, to any in the flute.
Vlgllaui eao and aueouoa mil bs glean to all JenneU
seat to Bin, but we w.ll not be liable fur accident or ea
L Lord of the Islet "and hit JenneU (by tpecial arrange
mebt) will be under the supertnle"ieooe ef the frinoe ol
aioca groeera, itun. U. GuoOiuo, Ej.
CHEA1K.', uu.afST A JOHSSON.
fprlag Hill, Match la loiatw
Corner of Jirvad and Summer &U.t
NASHVILLE, TKSN' :
Uf OL'LD Inform ttt people of Naihville and the sor
ruundina country, that he ha reecntly impeut ed aad
S really euUrged hi. Mtrble.Yard, and ia bow prepared la
il ali ortlera ia tha Marble I-ne at the tberteat notice and
en tht nest favorable terntt forcara lie would eall panic
a ar attentton to bis well selected stuck of Mooaaents, ktau.
tie-I'ireca, r.guiea, Statuary, TounUlus, llap Usual rouala,
Uraa, Va.ee, l eniit. as., maoy ol which are af the purest
llal'ao Marble, and Irom the chisel of tbe beat kuropeaa
Blasters. tliaarraageineaisarsBoveuanplete lorfursuhmg
ail kmdt of Marble, either ef lua ea auaoufacuire or lea.
ported. II hat on hand a large quauuty lA lUil a Maibie,
ia tbe rough autr, eaich be wnl sell very low. iiouse Far.
n turein tjpi.aj Mat ble of the aei,uui.ao be bad at
bis yard, lis Setters hituscll that he cu now eerva Ihe pu
lie ee as aeoouiuodaung terana at Ai.7 aimiar esuoliatuueal
in the West, a share u( pubue palionag la aoltakt
JH. CCRRET,' rrwrRAt, rXDKJt- , r,
TAKIR and CA hi ! kT M AK RR, begt WBatl: i.-.l-'iSTRT
leart infura hi friends and the public euraiiy, that
bekatBMd kit Shop and Offla ronma to i s Mir
Alo!d ttaad. Draarrick at reel, lately occupied by J. W.
McCVrfuas, abort be Is priiared tc fuihlsb Coaias of every
'IcMripiiuD, logelhev with food Horses, Harks and every
hmg itreary tor funiai. He wilt give kit persenai aw
ten toe to all Calls both day an night.
raraitureef ail kinds repaired or mat tn ardor ta the
bestetyle. fM4 JjlIN H. CCRKKY.
Jacks utitl Jeuuett For Sale.
'I'ilK aaderalgaed oAers see tale tea Jaeha, aeaa ef
A. which are upeardaef flfteea bands bh, aad elaiewa
Jeaaeu Atse, eae thwrwaah bred Ray BtalHoa. "Kaesaa,
lor sear old paev, epaards ef aitttt hand high, by
eaporusd So er.iee, d by laiparM) bertatbaa, gtaad
by Siwtb.Uer,adeevtral tberaub bred Mares and
rt4ie by Imaerasd tiieasas, bvsersisa nod tevtathaa,
ad to be at mt plaautiua ta Jacasea oaaty Tea.
Be. korfunberparttoejirt aitra mt agent, Mr. W.
Le, Reid Ps etae, Tsaaseee, wbe is ea Ue Wreni
tea. m4 u raiiy auiberta ve aeii
witi-idiriwaw w. sr. wooprot:
JJA li (JA LXS ! MAliUAISS
C. Cl&dt)Jl atATlXa RRMOrtO MIS
H0DEL " CLDTIIIITG SAZAAR
TO IS 9- 23 CE0AX ITSLIT,
Adjoining Ib reat VlUt, aJT.re fcr CaeR hi, Sik ef
Winter and rarlr Spring Cood
Ai a aa all eJvao. arU w, t. Ma., ke rwa
aw a aea stuct of
, CENTLDIN'S FIXE SPilK'a CLOTHING
vvw Msuiri ; 4i o Ol, Ht
. b ,
-1 - - CcrncntV '.
1AA ESLS Lo: Hrtiie Ceattel, f'X sjt ta t rde at
UV' eoM tad (trrtage, ky ' t. W.Rl blLL, A-u.
At A.L. Hssixti t.caiaai fioaS at 3 f teal it. (4c 1 1
BY TUE NATIONAL LI.E.
Report Turniaaed by the Aaaodated Preaa.
AEEIVAL OP THE AMERICA.;.-
LA TTER FROll EUROrE. . ;
DECLINE AN COTTON.
Halifax, Vsrch 12. The Steamer America has
arrived with dstes to the 28th oil.
. The Steamers Alps and City of Washington ar
lived at Liverpool on the 26th bringing late advices
from the United State.
The America, passed the Africa twenty miles
west of King's Dale on tbe 1st of Match. On the
2d aha saw a large ship, but could see nobody on
board, she was painted blue.
Tbe arrangement of tbe Persian difficulty was
proceeding satisfactorily, but bad net yet been
signed. It is supposed the convention specifies
that England shall enjoy equal commercial privilt
with the more) favored nations; bntPeraia forbids
English Consuls cm the Caspian Sea inasf ,och ss
the treaties with Brussia forbids Great Ilrf in from
tradirg fberc -
Navigation retorns of Janosry show a progres
sive increase. . . .
Mr. Dallaa attended the Quecu's levee on tbe
S6th. - Pariiimenterr proceecings sre h t retting.
Tbe debate on Lord Derby's motion to censure tbe
Chinese war, resulted in r division : foi tbe motion,
110; against, 166. ' Mr. Cobden brought forward a
similar motion In the Hoose of Commons.
LiTERFOoL, Feb. 27, Sales of cot on for the
week amount to 44,000 hnles. Quotations show a
decline of abont I-16d . Various circulars quote the
market as closing steady, at the following quota
tions, viz: Fsir Orleans, ef; Middling Orleans, 7J;
Fair Mobile, 8; Middling Mobile, Uplands Fair,
7; Upland Middling 1 9-16. Bradttuffs are dulL
Flour vrrydu'I: Western Canal Flour 29 a Sis;
Ohio Sis a 82. 61. Wheat dull at r decline of 2d.
Market depressed quotations nominal at 8s.a9s.
8J. for White, and 8a. d. for Red. . Corn closed
stead v, with a limited business Mixed Corn, 83s.
9d; Yellow, 34s sS4a. 41; Wbita, 8Ss.a36s. Pro
visions are steady; Lard is firm, all qualities hav
ing advanced, end range from 76ja75a.
Hatri, Feb. 28 Sales of Cotton for the week,
11,600 biles. New Orleans Tret Ordinaire 110
francs, and dull. Discounts active. French fnnda
closed languid. -
London, Feb. 27 Tne money market Is active
end easier. Consols for money closed at 93f 93f
for account. Banker's rates of discount have been
reduced to 6 per cent. Tbe Bank cf France bas
resumed 90-day discounts.
Wa8hiioto", March 12 The President rejected
tbe Mexican treaty without sending it to the Senate.
SamMedary, of Obio, has been sppointed Governor
of Minnesota, and J. B. Anderson, Ute delegate
from Washington Territory, Governor of that ter
ritory, to take place at tbe expiration of the com
mission of Governor Stevens.
Tbe Central Amerxtn Treafy hss been ratified
in an amended form. The New Orleans appoint
ments, as set forth yesterday, have been confirmed.
Louutillt, March 18. River five feet nine
Inches wster in tbe canal. Thermometer 40.
Nrw York, March 13. Paris letters state that
the Council of State refused a credit of 8 millions
demanded by the war department.
The ministerial organ of Spain ststes that abont
30 vessels and 10,000 men are to be sent against
A Vienna 1 tter Rays the Ministeriil Council are
deliberating on the expediency of withdrawing the
Austrian troops from the Ppl dominions.
Telegraphic datfS from Hong Kong to Jan. 25th
says the flairs of Chita are nnchanged.
Private letter s y a lrg) Chinese fleet bad at
tacked tbe English equadron, and subsequently re
tiring in good order uuder the Canton forts. -
Admiral Sermour burned a greater part of the
suburbs of CaDtoti.
The Chinese rebel fleet had formed a junction
with the Imperial s'-s st Wluuipoa.
Letters from Macao state that five European ports
had been placed in a state of siege, and all the
Europeans on board the steamer Thistle had been
boirilly murdered by the native passengers.
Toronto, C. W., Match 13 A dreadful accident
occurred on the great Western Railroad, this after
noon.' The traiu which left Toronto this afternoon,
ran off a bridge above Hamilton, precipitating an
engine, baggage car, and two passenger cars into
the water. A. locomotive And one bsggsge csr
ps3i-d over the bridge in safety; but the two rear
cars, containing 120 pas-engers, fell through, and
between 60 and 60 persons are- supposed to have
been killed on the spot. Among tbe killed are
Samuel Zimmerman, banker and contractor, and
Mr. Street, a millionaire of Niagara Falls, together
with bis sister and mother-io-law. . Thoma C.
Mtcklio is also reported killed. , ,
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
Maaca 14, 1667. I
. , ...
CoTToa. The offering yeatarday were very light. We
beard of tale of about 60 bale at li ots. r .
Tobacco. Sale of It bad, at Johnton. Horn A Co.', as
follows : )
8 50, 1 f, H 15, It 45, 11 45, U 05, T 10, 05, 8 83,
It 85, 10 tS, 8 00, I 15,' 11 75, 14 00; and t tletwber at
1 00, 18 M. .
Bacos Aitire at previous rate.
, Waoataavv, March 11,1 P. M.
Corma Thert I a good demand, aud wrieee are etlffett.
lag. Bale l-ej ,WH) baree at li to ;. ' "
Aii (italia JtlarkeU
--. ' W sbaaaaAV, March 11, P. at. :
Cptto. Tha market eontlnnce quiet and anaetiled.
Buyet and bolder ar not abl to agree, Ho change since
yeeterdajf. . - ' f : , '
, New Orleans market. -
Naw Oblbaks Harrh 11, P. il.
The sale ef Cotton to cay were 8 60u bale. Th re
aetpu were 5.T30 Th market is depressed at a ded.ne of
Till: iriAUKCTSUV TLLCCltAPII.
Cixcihrati, March 18. Flour is dull it i d
cline of A cent a. Whisky dull st 23n. Provisions
buoyant, nd advancing; bulk aidea 10c Business
active. liirer unchanged. -
ALL who wish lo avail thetmeleet of Mr.
UOLBCAbVb inalracuont ia Wrliingsbeu 4
do so withuui delay, aa Mr. D.'a tuy in tha city
Is but habited. Ttijae who wish to know th.
permanent advantage rf hi instructions shiUid laqair ol
thoee wbobi Re tatigai is year since ia un piae.
Parents, ladiet and Gentlemen
Ar invited lo sail aad examine the rapid improvement of
those who are ROW rwaeiving hretooa.
Ir a few lutein l leara to write with tas and elee-aaeaa
No where do Laliet feel the want of facility ia writing mora
than when atarriag or other cause separate taunt, .e
that the only meant of Intercourse i ob paper the want
ef tbia Iseili'V eitea cause laroiliet lo become lrange4
fre-a each ether, beeu-e a aViff. cr.mpad hand render that
aa intolerable task, whkh would otheiwr be a piaaaara.
Th lollowing reuatk of th Hffa. T. U. Bairroa at vary
. IWaaaiaeTOB Crrr, Jaa 14, 1318.
fia: Considering a goad hand-writing la be not only aa
arC'jmplishrae't, but a meaut of tucorea to every atta aa.
ggia basmeas.l greatly applaud yowr meritorioat exer
Uuut lo improve tbe cairography of lb age. A geatlemaa
ar a tody either who wiiiee badly, sever write willingly
aud exnerqtaently fail e'tea t writ when they aheuld; and
Bhea ihey do erne, it I wone at the last atement, with
haste anl impatience, and oooseqaently with fenlia of all
kinds, ofwa committing and iojarm. both th writer aad
th cause whbb tdvuoatea. Hishtrg you ery tuoeer
ia Iur laudable aadertakuigi, 1 reiaam your,retcirully,
. moo. u. BaxruN.
Artlsvlttd t contrast th taty faculty ef children I ar 8
year of ag, arier a few hneoat from Mr. I)., wub the ttitf,
eraupeJ stie af thoee twtoe their ag-, who have been 4 e
S rear learning ra tha oometoa BMtaod, and tht a Jadga
whicii It ibe cbtapesl and Seal method. v-
Bhoald beg In writing at an early ag. Tb eat and free
om acM'iired tr-m Mr. O.'s iDsuacUuai ar never lest, aa
aaa be aecerlaiaad from man j families lu Uua place wh bare
Who vriw at InfwHor itjW hrdlj tip M ri Oi hmi
And ataiealgol!Ba ar oftaa fear jrt In doing
hat f. hty ia writing woetd eaabie ih-m lo do ta ma.
Wniin ealoea he. 4J UMO.t atat.tr, aver w eeeal A
iiJrt, f te 11, A. t to4 P. aad 1 1s at Right.
IS8T0SK AMD F0H 8AXZ.
SACA8 ef aatra kalled BUCK WUCAT fLOUI
at solv it A UlAU'a, .
Ke li fO-lh t'ollegr st".
K 1 rf BXK WIR MOW eiA4, sap eality, atl
J 1 abjatf varying traaa by IS e s by bd, i-t re
eesTl an toe tale by aRRMAa A RAt.W.
tTIIITK rille-10hW. WlUuFtda. Jaitsi
v v aad for sa s by
v. b. ticKer.
RAIl.ttOAU 8)4" II APl.Itfc jasl received aod mr
ale by . - p. D I1CR.
Rlt II.U OA t sIKl:siMlilv4 and -r eeie
ty , . , (Md . t, 1. btv lllfY.;
YjITT t UU 81-U bb rjttreivtd and f le
I ty tf.mj ! 1KHCV.
Dltlt.rLN Al 4 UUW It AH i reefved
imh mis av t.'e-"l - ft r ricwT.
I ii,SJ it !!-Klf.
JILL'I PATI...T n .CtltM: lae vJ.4
J mm- aw i (,,,1'i f. I I' K'K T.
U' HXptiXV AitAAa'v4ad'itv
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fltllL K4UUtlai jatrnrd.el fc Ua
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V. 8 CMete .reL
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UvaUAaf A (0.
THE WI5CSZSTZ2 HOKE JOTTRNAL,
Aalndepeodint LHetary and AgrleuHaral Kewtpaper,
pabllthed weekly, at Winchester, Tenn., Wa. J. Slattsb,
Publisher and Proprietor, Lawis af btcalr. Editor. Terms
2 (0 per annnm. . "
Ttie Journal ha a Urgs and fncreatine clrca'atloD cd
Offert icduceroeatt at tn advertising medium. mil
Lsabt A Co.' Raw QcanaaLT Pattb tor Gentlemen
Dret Hat I tbia day Uaoed, together with a large Invoice
of Pa a HATsef late vtyle moluding th celebrated Car
Baioea Bon Hat (a new water-proof article) ia vat lout
color, and for ta at our counter .only. Lsabt A Co.,
Leaders of Fashion f-r QenU' Hats, 8,4 aad 5 Aetor Boote,
WorUi ef Pieee Good Jutt Teeeived.eompriilng- so ex
tensive toek of Cloth of various colon and cf the nnott
texture j alto, Eiack and Fancy French, English and Amer
ican Cattimeret and Teatisg in the gieatett variety. All
adapted ta th Spring trad and made up to order ia the
latest style. - .-
mBarvst"UsU1 at bte board. j
mil CUFTON A ABBOTT.
Holloiray'l PiUl are famous in eases of termination
of blood to the head, and tav th live of thousand who
auffer from Dyspepsia, Liver Complaiats and Bile. Sold at
tha maDUactorie, No. 80 Maiden Lao. Kw Trk, and
Ke. 844 8trand, Londos ; aad by all CrnggisU, at S5, fi2c,
and 81 per box.
Kearalgia Cared- Head what Mr. tojden says: no
medicine ever bad certificate from such retpeetable source
a Carter's Spanish Mixture. Mr. F. BojdeB, an of th
original proprietor of th Aitor House, New Tcrk, aad
for a number of Tears of tha Exchange Ho el, Richmond,
Va-, was cared of a severe attack of Neuralgia, by Carter '
Spanish Mixtur. Th rapid and perfect core effected in
hi case by this valuable medicine, arretted hia attention
and excited Tali interest; he recommended U to others af
flicted with a variety of disease, and in every instance a
eore was effected. Ha has seen it cur Ague and Fever,
Rheamatitm, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Fevers, Violent
Coughs, and casta which wer said la be confirmed Con-
aumptlon, and nearly every other disease for which It la j
need. He remarks It Is difficult to' know what disease it J
will not rtlieve or cure, and as a Blood Purifier, and Spring
aad Fall medicine,, he has nver seen It equal. He cheer
fuT.y recommends it on all occasion, and believe it te b
th most valuable remedy extant. mrch8 lm
Mercury, when taken to exec, debilitate the tjstem,
destroys th marrow, weaken th blood, and bring about
disease which render life burthenaom. When such 1 tha
case, th afferr mty readily And relief ia th ate of Car
ter's Spanish Mixtur. a never, failing antidote for this de
structive poison. In Virginia alone there are hundred of
persons who have beta permanently cured of mercurial af
fections by tbe use of Carter's Speniih Mixtur. -
, ImportAttt to Coaatuaptivei Many valuable live
have been caved by Hboikah, Clabk A Co.' Gaaoiaa
Coo Lrvsa Oil, which, tn ali human probability,, would
have been lot I but for it timely ute.
It Is no quack medicine, but tha pore Oil, made with tha
utmost ear from th Freh Cod Itk Litest, and i re
commended by tbe mott eminent physician ia fcuropeand
America, and ha proved by ten year' experience the mott
valuable remedy for Contumptlon and Scrofula ever dis
covered, for, while it core th disease, It lncreaae tbe
health and atrength of th patient.
Caenoa There it a great deal of tpurlout oil, adultera
ted with Seal Oil, Whale Oil, Ac, which, Inatead of benefit
ting, injure tha patient, by deranging th cigeativ or
gan, bat being cheaper,! by unprincipled person palmtd
off for genuine.
Notice, that Hxobmah, Clabr A Co.' signature ia ever
tbe cork, and the Eagle and Mortar aa th label; for, tlnce
th dehth of W. Busblon, our late partner, thre ha
been aa arUclecalled Ruahton't put in th market, which
it In no way connected with with R. C A Co., or H. C A
Co.; and thousand who had nted other Oil without sue
cett, have been rettored te health by th Genuine Oil of
told by EWIN BR0.S, J. G- BROWN, and by all respect
able Druggist. l feb24 im
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath, and Beautiful
Complexion n be acquired by oting the "Balm of a
Thousand Flovert." What lady or gentleman would re
mi.in under the caries of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using tha "Balm or A Tbbcsaid Flo wait," a a denti
frice, would not only render It Meet, but leave th teeth
whit at alabaster? Many persons do not know tbeir breath
Is bad, and the subject is so delicate their friend will never
mention it. Beware of counterfeit. B sure each battle It
signed FET&IDGK A CO., N. V.
For tale by all Druggist. feb28 Cm.
BE8T HAIR DTE IN THE WORLD.
This Is Strang language, yet BoQLaa Eusotsio Haib Dts
(recently Improved) was proved to be so, by tbe judges at
tha late Mechanic's Fair, held la Bostoa,(among whom was
Dr. Bays, the eminent ehemlit and State asiayer) who
awarded It tbe PRIZE MEDAL AND DIPLOMA, over the
choicest Hair Dye on exhibition from all past of the Union.
IU unparalleled superiority consists in, 1st. The Ingredient
re nourishing lo th hair, not destructive, a other. Sd.
Doe not itain nor hurt tha akin. 8d. It easily applied and
dye th hair any color required, from a delicate brown to
a deep black, se natural a to appear marvellous. Manu
factured, sold and applied by WM. B0GLE.S7I Washington
street, Boston. - declO Ullmaj81
Taa Raiea or Aar. In this wonderful age. Art lays her
matter to ache or almost everything . The ceiling! over nt
and tht carpett wa tread en, are hallowed by Art. Art
wind th railway through the mountain and tha mud;
makes her machines of wood aud Iron, to act aa if with
knowledge and annihilate space with lightning tamed down
to Ihe tatdedgw at a boy. ' Nothing ia too lofty for her loach
and nothing too hnmble. A new proof af tht old conviction
ha Just fall a nnder our notice, In the shape ef a Catbab
no Ptu, from the Laboratory of that world renowned
Chemist, Dr. C i. Aram. .
If w andtntand th subject, h baa carried that article
ta tha farthest per Bsc tion of which II is capable. Instead of
employing Drug in its composition, at wa hav always
thought lbs neoesttry and only way, ha baa with oonaum
mate skill extracted tha cirfuat of the laedlcine to b am
ployed and combined them alone In their purity together.
The eompetitloB it then mixed and rolled by machinery and
team power into a sperold pill which I wrapped in an en
velop of gelatin, for protection from tbe effect of weather
or time, aad then thickly coated with sugar, te tcrv a Its
passport ever the palate. Notwithstanding all the labored
perfection they are offered te the Public at let than one
cent each. However humble the department, we think this
may bt safely characterised aa the eoasommaliea ef Art In
riaaae and irinslc We learn that Herace
Waters, of ASS Broadway, IT. TM agent for the hale of many
of the most celebrated makers of Pianoa and Mtledeoae,!
offering them at price which w a viae all wba desire te
purchase te avail theaiselve ot He Is also selling his large
and well-known Catalogue of Matic atena-third off from the
regular price, and will forward th earn frtt of pottage.
Hi ffera to th trade, teacher, and echoeht, are of tha moat
favorable character all of which be wtt Ibe able to fill ta th
latter, for having wisely adopted tha cash system. The
Horace Waters' Pianoa ar known as amoag Ui vary bast.
W are enabled te tptak of thee instrument, with same
degree of eoofidenea, fross personal knowledge af their ex
Hal Son and durable quality. X. T. tvatigMitt.
- ROYSE & ELVERSQN,
X0.20 PUBLIC tQUARI, SOUTH 8ISZ,
MnUrt Am aad CKoitt Stock 0
1 CLOTHS, OA&ilMERES, TESTINGS, DRILLINGS,
And a fall Stock af ' '
Gentlemen' Furnishing Goods.
HAVING perr-haeedear Good aader th bmwI favorable
cireaautaoees, we will offer great mdooetnent to cash
ar punctual time dealer, and seliett from th trade aa ex.
amis alios ef oar Mock before purchasing elsewhere. W
weald eall apaclal atteatiea I. tha assortment of Cloth,
Casaieaere aad V tellers, which we win make ap to order
la th latest style and warranted ta fit or n tale. Wa
alt eall year attention te ar stock of Ready-mad Cloth
ing, mea.factared expressly for ear trade, which ve are
deiermlaed tn sod at the lowest price, and thereby mnt
your patronage. We wilt lake pleasure ta kwing ear
good and proving ear aeserl oaa as to prlee, quality, Ac
We keep every thiag anally kept la UtaUemeae' Farniah
tng Store, and wewdlBAVe, in alewda), a 'ark of Boys
Clothing. KOYbr A ELVKKrOM,
. . Xo. H Paaae 8qaar, Soeta Aid.
WANTED A fw geud Jaeraejraaea ooa bBtgwodeaee
aeed apply . - . fcb tm . , AIL
"CUWJY, AIERUIIT &Tco
(Poraarlr Klncslaad A Caddv.l
AT LOUIS, AfO. '.
Austasat - '-
Boiler and Sheet Iron Work; J
SA W ASD, ORIST MILL MACU1XERY;
PARKS! A JOBNAOXT WATER WHEELS,
; LEAD FURNACE CASTINGS,
And Iron and iirass Work
ef every deteripUoa. . , . . . .
PST Pattern tkrte a4 aay lafovmaUoa required, fee.
eithed by wriJiaf te tks akave firat: '
Y. TKURSTQ1I BLACK,
ITTISI0 OTIS ZULU wi ioci jtozjl
a4 if. . .
3P j&. G- 33 9 Q "T
PJCnPZTUAL LKIE KILIT.
rpail KIL.1 will bam fuer aaadred ahla af tiasaw
X 4orwr.a-b,1f gd ttoae, t eeal I ease thaastaad
ksKU f t!ck.d Vz) ia H'.tty t.ur skmsv, wtth saar
ewra mt wood, aad W Mrp.lul la It 0 juration, u Uaa
bexag draw atrce k ! toaia Roar, treea tha basa, aad
rrsieeubd st te top tk enpeta. Tt.i ta bat tht ar
d.aaf every day etpaciiy ef it ..., a ha bewa aa4.
anl J dtrtse. trait by U- already ia jseraiioB.. t
also mates anwri betUr liae list b'i4 lo th er
d;ary way, ill Ue s'.oae netci yerUctJy Hroed,
Asf aaesfrsr f rsiiafei truaiiii las U. tny sd
Ike fit.a, sad ey uttr lEre-nntie la f tSr.r c t It,
ui Kria'shed, e ar-pttea'lva ly llr e tterwis, b
thekurir,ako tsacaaa Mt Uta sale ad Sights aad pa
tin ss Ailattalteeatf Ittt- ... v
. .. J- A. I4C3tD0'. ?
l!i.nai.,S ttt'llef. Ji--aaJa
TH0MA3 I- BBAXSFORD, 3. S- BRAN3F0RD,
A. J. m'whibteb, R. C. SACIXT,
- - g. M. KIXNAPJ).
SPHIITG CIECTJLAE, 1857
LARGE ARRIVALS OF
SPKIiG & SUMMER
BRANSFORD, M'VHIRTER& CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WIJOLESALE
- ; DEALERS IN ;
Sa 71 PUBLIC SQTTABZ, 2d DOOS AS0YZ THE
WE HATE THE PLEASURE OF
announcing to the Retail Trade, that ;
we have now in store an unusually
. . Large and Complete Stock .
of Staple and Fancy
X 2? y G o o X js
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 Plain Bareges,
Crape d'Espenges, assorted colors
Irish, Scotch & American printed Jaconets
English & American printed Lawns.
French and Belgian BlTc and Col'd Prints,
Fr'ch & Eng'h Bl'k and Fancy Doeskins
American Black and Fancy Doeskins,
French 3-4 and 6-4 Drap d'Etcs,
English 3-4 and 5-4 Drap d'Etes,
Farmers' Satins, bl'k and fancy,
Tweeds, Jeans, fcc. &c. &c.
SS W. Bp
m mi s is
Farmers' Linen Drillings,
. Linen Ducks, Brown and Bleached,
French and Irish Linen Drills,
Blay Linens, 3-4, 7-8 aud 4-4.
T R I itl 171 I PJCS !
Dress Trimmings, "
Milliners' Trimmings, etc.
Together with a very larre and attractive Stock of Spring
Pirnta, White Goods, Bleached Cotton and Linen Sheetings,
8-4, 10-4, 11-4, and 1-2-4 ; Umbrellas, Parasol, Varieties,
Ac, Ac. In all of which we win offer Rare Inducement to
CASH AND PROMPT TIME DEATHS.
W solicit a full examination of our Stock from Country
Merchants visiting this city.
BRANSFORD, iSVWHIRTER & CO.
: NO. 65
NORTH-EAST . COR. SQUARE,
' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
: IMPORTERS AND EXCLCSELT
, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
:v White Goods, ;
We also keep full line of
ricknlt&Ttvlsicd Silk Slills,
" . , ALSO:
Combs, Brushes, Varieties.
We nave made hcavj Rdditiont to our former pnr
cLtses, Rdding biro entire
Hew Lines of Goods,
Amongst which win be found r Urge and coraplete
assortment of s -
Of all prices, to the STYLES of which or por
chaser bas paid especial Rtlenlioo.
' OCR STOCK or '
ISISEI 181MII5S All llliS
comprises ell tne latest Stjles end Designs.
We Invito especial attention to our large and ea
... tl"' new Slock of ' .
Which gaaraotee to tern oat ee represented.
. ( -, -.ALSO. ; : , . j
t 4 Of all kind, aod a great variatj tf
JB T T G O O X S.
, , BssaastBBaWaBBBBBBBBB ."
Bt devotio; oar time eielulve? to oer one
fcracch of buatoe, aad parrhaalnjt aitnent aallrelf
for CASH, from the XASUFACrUtUiRS, e
ere enabled to procure goods at the
V cry liOwcsl V Inures,
end therefor', feel safe la aayinf that we can offer
at ere b an U UFiiaiUit I.'LLCAi:NT3, UtA la
prWs and variety of goods. . ,
Our tuxSt t)Ul be rJ; fvie ealebj the tOlhlast.
;,, : WANTED. . jji:t
Feathers, Glnscr, Ecesat, dc
- . tt the blghesi ttsarEsl price. . ,
WASIIIXGTOX, LTaYiS CO.,
Next door lo the Mrtttodiit
lishlnx Ilom?,1 IVaitiYelsf.
- fehH 1 -
EEGuLAE ATJCTI0S SALX Of GEOCiailS BT
II. S. FRENCH &, SON.
0!f TCESDAT, MARCS I7TH, I?57, t 14 ,loek, A.
U w will offer for sale in front of ear Warehooae, eor
ncr of Market and Clark tre.U,the following article, t
Ioo:hhd. Sogar, " ' I0A his hettTallew Candlea,
SS kbit Loaf Sugar. . . 100 boxes Cheese,
60 bbl Crashed Sugar; 600 bbla Whisk, atsorted
800 bag Rio Coffee; brand,
00 bag Laguyra Coffee; 5 bbi American Brandj,
SA bag Java Coffee; 10 X bWa do -o,
60 CBfkt toper CarbenaU 10 bblGIn,
ef Soda, 10 O.Ram,
1000 kega Nalla, 5 bbl Jalln H. Smith's oM
60 bbit Vinegar, Keserr Whisky, -
100 doa Bucket. t5 bbUOWBonrbon Whfakj,
100 bbU MolasMt, SO bbl Old By Whiaky,
A ..... . .. . A . . . . . a rrm rm ..rlASl
w sol aiacacrei, om. i, s, -
and A, brand.
10 bagt Pepper. 100 boies Melee Cigar,
- . oioeer, ' v t
. eeroone Indira. I1 eeie Tobaaeo, W. .
0 boxeegtar Candle. Hod and ether brand,
KO X bosee do: 90 boxes Jar,
WO do . do't .. luo box Tumbler.
Together with various other articles in oar tin.
max. 13. H.S.FRENCH A SOX.
Auction Sale of Groceries
W. H. Gordon & Co.
0! WEDNESDAY neat, ISth March, 1S5T, we win afar at
Public Sale, In our usual qaanUtea
SOU bhdt fair, prime end choice Louisiana Sugar;
. 100 bbl Plantation Moiaate;
l ie alf bbl do do
S00 bag fair aad prime Rio Coffee;
100 boxes Boa A Itoodwln' Tibaeeo;
10 boxes Centner's Tallow Canute;
800 bxe Prescott'sBar Soap;
DUO kegt Shoenberger't Nail, n site.
MO bbl Chenoweth' excelsior Whisky.
With various other article. ' ' '
' Term a f Salet
All sum ander (200, ash; all sums aver 9300, aad un
der $a,oo0, au day; all tamt over 41,000, 90 day credit,
fcr approved unoasas notes payable in an ef tha city
archil W. H. GORDON A CO.
Auction Sale or Groceries,
LELLYETT, EYING & CO.
ON MONDAY, MARCH 14TH, ISsT, w will offer for
sale. In front of our warehouse, No. 10 and 14 stark!
treet, the following, to wit:
H hhd Sugar, fair to choice;
850 bags Coffee, choice New Orleans and Baltimore;
T5 bblt new Molasses;
ii bbli Mackerel, No. 1, 1 and
60 kit No. 1 Mackerel;
100 boxes Herring;
76 boxes Picklee, quart, half gallon aad gallons;
160 boxes Star Candle;
76 bbl Powdered, Loaf and Crashed Sugar;
l&U bbls Liquors, varttrai brand.
And many other article to make ap a complete sale,
merctil Id LILLY ATT, EWINO A CO.
K. C. BANDY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
No. 60 Cotxaos sr., bbas Baoan, Nasamxa,
A3 jost reetivtd and now In t tort-
IMkVfl. BnM. W.t. Sj. TtA'i-
800 bag Coffee, choice Baltimore aad N. Ot leant,
SO bbla. ehoio Rtboiled Molaaata,
40 H bbl. do do do
I K) bbla. Pike'. Magnolia Wbilk),
60 bbl. Bourbon da
60 bbla Old Ry da
SO bbla afanoogaheta do
10 bbla Robertson County tie
SO bbl Grape Bvertga,
S6 bble New fork do
SO oat kt Port Win,
1 W boxe Chewinx Tobacco, varioa kraad,
60 box Star Cand'es,
SO bbla Clever Seed,
60 boxe W. R.Chee.
Together with Iron, Salt, Cap, Tea, Pepper Sauee.Teatt
Powders, flgt, Pectnt, Aluxrnds, Spice, fepper, Indigo,
Madder, Nail, Tar, Ac To which wa invite the attention
of farmer and eonnlry dealer,
mil R. 0. BANDT.
AL), Jutt received, a la'ge lot of IRISH POTATOIS,
Meshanoc, London Lady, Late, Red and forward.
mil R. O. BANOT.
IMOEL U CO.,
HATE Just received In (tore, corner ef College an
Spring Streets, ,
S50 bbls Ohio Whisky, beat brand;
36 do Bourbon do do
85 do Old Monongahela, do
SS do Robertson aounty, do
. SO oo Old Rye, da
10 do Grape Brandy;
60 do New Tork Brandy;
10 do do do Oln;
10, pipes Prench Brandy;
6 bbl Cherry do
10 de Catawba do - '
10 do Sweet Malaga Wine; :
10 do Port do
SO boxes Chewing Tobacco; t ,
lOOItM) Cigert, variety;
ir0 boxes etar Candlea;
SO bble Clover Seed;
00 bag Millet do
loo boxe Western Reierv Cheete;
60 do E. D. do
. 60 don Broom;
SO boxe Starch.
SO doxen Zine Washboards;
Beside Bait, Sugar, Coffee, and a general esortmetil f
Urocerles before tn store, to wblcb tbey Invite in atunlloa
ef farmer and eoanlry aealer when Ihey Visit th eity
and be aura to aire a call on
NOEL & CO.
RICH SPUING GOODS !
w. a. & j. g. McClelland
Are new opening a magnlneeat stock of BPRINO GOODS,
purchased mostly from first band aod throat hi laxg ewe
tion tales, and will be sold at a small advaao.
Rich Silk Rober, '
Rich Stripd Bilks; 1
Rich Chen Striped SHki;
Rich Striped Poulard; ' '
Rich Plaid Paul'trd;
Rich Plcanoed Foulards:
Rich Plaid and Plain Poalarlt; " '
t.)etnt Srenadln Rob;
Hagsat Bers g Robe;
Aleganl Chalh Kobea;
hlegant Black Silk aad Ptala Silk;
Elegant Tamis Cloths, for mourning;
' Elegant Bombesin, Chaille, A.
Handaomt Lace SetU Collara; '
. fcmbraidared Uandterenitfa; VaL Cetiara,Ac.
Shawls aad Scarfs.
Handsome Stella Shawl; ."
Uandsost Pal'a Shawla;
liaadson Chmr Shawl;
Uaaaaoas ttrenadiee Hbawkr,
Handsome Mourning Alalia Abewls, ,
Haadaoea Grenadla Searts; , (
Haodeom Cashmer Soarti;
Beraa. la Jo, bear fa.
, ' Doaestio Goods. ,
W aav erery thief la this Una that aaa Ve eaB4 be
EngtisR and American Print, SheeUnga, Dustestiea. Tick
' Bell Tactory Good for Seiraats. "
Wa keep ceeataaaty ea Rand the e el ab rated Oawde ter
Servaau, 8Kip4 and Plain; Oaaabarga, Plaid CesaeaUo
Ac, Ac. ? ' . i- . i
- : Window Shades. ; ;i -
We hav a handsets aaaertmcBl ef thse Shade far
Wa woe id aall tha eiteetiee af ear friend and the trade
eaaarairy ta awr ttoek thai Spnag, e anaaaal sjb neve
beea taa a la their . Irenes
mil ... w. a. a J.O. McClelland.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
AaeraOTVBBa ar naaxaa os '
HATS, CArS AXD LIDIES' FrUSa
Io. 23 'Public Square, -7
; . NASIiriLL,TC?l9lt
wek a fner)ftAI( J-"
SPRING STYLE CF MOLESKDi HAT
JCSf RECEIVED AKD ,
TiedTZT Inspection Thii Day.
CstTIZK8 A MO STlASOtili ar aao! m pect fully la
vHed laeailaad.aamiaa thj. beeetuul list at the Hat,
Co aad fir Aoiporlass of A. PKA.nCiACO
rfa. 4 Ptibii Bh
Those Beautiful Stylet of Soft Hats
ft We are new reeelving, aad lake ploaawraf-
V V In ressnieafdtBg Ihet wwrisstsesit, I
V Seasavwry Roaaufal WkW STY USA AJak"rN4
BtW CULc&B, at lb Utt lrW ef
A. i. yACWCO, U Pahna Aeeaee.
CItlA.DHE.a HATS AAD CAPS.
OP every ctyle sad aaailty.U beioaad at th Raitmne
nesl ef PRANCi.WO,
mareb T " Pathieaabta Htstev, t Pablle o.aare. -
I'. &. F. I3ILUOD, ;
CMrECTioirni axd dei lck i?i
itzz rKiri, arsna. : , .
Tins Licn, Cijixt, Tohacco, S,"
.1 T T jnfc Mrwe I, t t or lan HrvMiA
V V aa Ik tra-ia ui tat aad th a :)! dj eeatMa. taaA
we have root at! sitd a awr tab.ifcai sW she far.
ansa 0 eg a Wh j1l aad Retad bwate, aad weald
treMMMfurty ask a share ef eti.ne peteeaag.
' T ledr I r iaa Fr.ta aed elher Rrfidt la
estr da auesJsd te Vll aremptsest .art dseeaieR.
atarot,A ' ' ' - P.A P. R1LLI0O.
1 fl I ti ". hbOMaaSAarejraW!.ikr,
IT es a.s R tH u.4 Rsauicty eat
A 0d swrt- del."'
la txw aad to a M ' W. a. GOEJXtit CO, .
inttn t-as a.d lac tea ui:.
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I ua. ef ! "-i JLln-ilifTt-;
-- tuiL4 jcrrm ca ,
r"t4 ' ' ' Et. i t t !- Mr.et.
SfO.lX II hhJe Tm'.t Prlflse. nl IV -!- ew'ig
i' h. P.aaared iuj'- I "ct4 i -r bf
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sJ ali) cea.
HEW. -SPRING -GOODS.
j85dT " 18
- NASHVILLE, TENN.
A.J. DUNCAN & CO.
& mm law
PICKNET AND FILLET MITTS,
HOSIERY, SUSPENDERS, ETC.,
WHOUISALK DEALERS V
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC STAPLE AND
"We invite attention to our large aad
complete assortment of
Which we will sell at 83 low prices a
they can be purchased at in
thia or any market j'l
We are now - receiving DA1LT, bj
RAILROAD & EXPRESS,
Splendid Assortment, of
Or VXBT DEBCTUPTIOZT : . ',
. ETC., ETC.,
From the most Celebrated Manufac
turers of ' t
FRENCH, ENGLISH, IT ALT AH
... .of ail the Celebrated Makers. . . "
CASSLMERES,- . ,
In every variety of Patterns, Colors,
, . and Quality. v ' '
also, . . '
WHITE AND FANCY COLORED
LINENS AND - '
Of all qualities and new styles some
. .extra quality, gotten np to our
, own order, and styles con- i
.jfined to our own.
. :i! house. . i .; ' : u
t T -
. . i
FANCY AND SOLID COLORED
of rU QuRlities end MRnufacrares "
Dannell & Co., Gloucester, Barn, Flo
rence, Washington, FranVlin, A.
& W. Sprague," Richmond, Cpn-
" v estoga, American, .Frankfort, P.
i Allen & Son, Manchester, Coche-f
co, Briggs, Bay State, Robersons
' Lyon Company, Hoyle, 7-8 and
4A Double Purple English and all
the different makes of English Prints
- of all widths. : ,','' 7
Heavy 4-4, 7-3, 3-4 Brown and Bleach
. ed Domestic.
Heavy 4-4, 7-8, 3-4 Sea Wand Domi
, m j v tics, of all widths.. . C L
All qualities of Brown and Bleachsd
All Colors of DrilliDgs, Seleaia, Cam
... brics, etc etc. ' " v -
Linen and Cotton Sheetings, all w jdlhs,
i54, 104, 114, 12-t.
Heavy Cotton and Linen Twilled tor
... Plantation Hands., ' ... '
A large stock of Cottonades, at aII
prices, and Drillings, Linen Drill- J
11 ings, of German, Russia aad .
Our stock is, the largest and best we
have ever offered, and well as
V'T " tortud, consisting of $fT
FANCY AND DOMEeSTIC GOODS;
- ..- 4- ALSO, Of - 9 -
TRIMMINGS aid VARIETIES.
To which we invite your especial at'
tention. --7 . "
:v . NASHVILLE, TEf-CSSEE.
N. W0ur Stele if tnt inly
UnsU'j fern ths old cs rt Sttxes,
atul yrcuniiny an array cf Hczuiiful
Goch l,vnd ttmitriM of eftyjr
nergfitJi. . ,, A. J. D & CO ;
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