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T. n. GLZXX, local and Commercial Editor.
Wednesday Morning, March 18, 1857.
OfficialJournal for Publishing the
Post Office better List.
AfiEITS FOll THE PATRIOT.
- Mb E R Glascock hat been appointed our agent for thit
eltr. He It authorised to collect the account, notes, le ,
of the concern, and also to eolicit and make contra- U for
advertising and Job Work.
Ma It P MM iioar travelling agent, and it authorised
to receive eutncriber, and to collect all monies (In ui out of
A County Convention of the Americans
of Davidson count j will be held in thiscitj
at the Odd Fellow's Hall, on the 1st Mon
day ia April next, for the purpose of ap
pointing delegates to the State Conven
tion, and the Congressional District Con
tention. Lrgialiailve Convention.
It is 6uggesUd that a Convention of the
American party be held in this city, on the"
first Monday in May next, for the purpose
of nominating candidates for the Senate
and House of Representatives, to repre
fent this county, in the next General As
sembly. Ii is expected that our friends in each
civil district in the county, aud in the dif
ferent wards of the city, will hold prelimi
nary meetings, and appoint each, two dele
gates to this Convention.
3P The remain of tbe lute Col Tnos. M. ITab.
mug, of Arkansas, arrived on the steamer Altonia
last uiht. Col. II. iM raided iu this couuty, and
In a nephew of Gen. W. G. Harding. He was ta
ken tick on hit return from Little Rock, being a
member of tbe Leg's'ature, which Urmiuated iu his
tJPWe ara Indebted to Jamos M.ller, the clev
er clerk of the Al.-cmU, for late Memphis pp;rr.
25" We havs received a copy cf the Catalogue
of tlie Medical Department of the Nahfills Uni
versity for the session 18i6-7 and Announcement
f it the session 1857-8. The career of tbii popular
Int-titution has been onward, as will be seen from
th foilowin? recipitulation of the number of Matri
culants and Graduates for its six sessions :
MATRIOtU.ANTd. I GRADUATE.
Second Session, . . . .
Thir I session,
Fourth Sii in,
121 Fi-st Res-ion, ..
22iii Tliird rVeiop, . .
2U-J Votirlh Seiiioti, .
339 i Fifth Kr-s-ioti, ..
41'JI.-'iith Session, . .
. ... 85
. . . 435
Total, . .
A summer se-sion wi.I commence on the first
Monday in Ar..ril and continue fuur months. Tbe
regular session commences ou the first Monday in
James Res?, Jr. We have inadvertantly omit
ted, heretofore to chroniule the return nf our long,
time, and valued friend, James Ituss, Jr., to the
tripod of the Stitl by w i lie Erjuitrr. It is always
unpleasant to lose very clever fellow from the
fraternity editorial, more ssprcitl y thin be has
filled his position with as much ability and credit as
has friend Rubs, and we wilcome him back with
feeling of more thu ordinary satisfactoiou. Here's
our f Ruts.
Our friend, Hatcher, of the Columbia Jt'r
ror, was in town yesterday, looting in exctlieiit
health. Under his management ihe Mirror has lost
none of its character as a staunch and fearless
American journal. Hatcher is a forcible and grace
ful writer, and a gentleman of fine talents and at
tainments, and cinnot fail to make his paper im
mensely popuhr. Dy the way, our merchants and
business men who det-ire to eit'nd their trade in
Maury and the adjoining counties, will find it to
their advantsga to make their business known
through the columns of the Mirror.
New Music The publisher, Mr J. A. McClure,
has furnished us a copy of the AgitherUan Grand
HVfz by ?rof. Henry Weber of this city. We have
not heard it, hut are told by those who have, t'tat it
is very beautiful It is dedicated to a young gestu
re an of the Naahville UilitHry Academy.
?T" The weather yesu-rlsy was much more
pleasant than it has been for a long lime. During
the greater part of tbe dy the sun shone out beau
tifully, giving a genial warmth to the atmosphere,
and an Itviting aspect to out- loor sppeaninrta.
t5fTbe public will b gratified to learn that the
Rev. John S. LUjes, of Indian, the new Pastor of
tbe 2nd Presbyterian CliurcS of this city, has ar
med, and will preach iu said Church on Sands
Mr. Hayes is a young msu of ability, and bi Is
ftir to be the tnsans of doing much good in our city.
tP The Legii-ltturs of Kansas, at its late see
aion, passed, in spile of the Governor's veto, an act
to provide for the election of a Con7otion to form
a Ftite Govirnrueut. Gov. Geary's oljictions,
briefly staled, wera, first that the set contain.! no
provif ion for submitting the cousututiou, when fram
ed, to the consideration of the people for their ra
tification or rejection; aud, second!, that the terri
tory is not yet in a condition to a sums the respon
sibilities and sovereignty of a Sute. The failure to
provide lor submitting the constilaukw, abtn fram
ed, to the people for ratific ilion, is not oi ly con
trary to all precedent, bat in disregard ol that po
pular, sovereignty which has been so much haded
of late, and which served for a season, especially
in the affair of Kansar, U have a lalismatiic ii
J AS. It . Kli.HUKU'K,
M, Cherry Strret, StmhtU,
UP ALL K1MS,
for Caa, Oil, or CaniUra ; and It prepared to hats
ii A S F I T T I N G .
ions in the best manner.
ffprlnrtud Sum titer IIaaet. rta- Ywrk
Minister f Lstijswrluu am 4 Ccaitre ml
This new, eitruaively patronised, popular, cheap
rsubliobment, ill open in a few days the cam.
palgn, with a matchless display of new 8priog lloo
nets and Millinery goods, lor the present eeasoo.
So fasclnsting is tbe styles, so elaborately rick the
trimmings, k so briilijnl the co'ora, lhat sucb a com
bination oi artiolic ta'U and skill, cannot fail to rec.
ommend itself to the ladies, ss well ss country mer
chants, wh3 desire havinj the last link in tbe con
tro!Ing powt-r of Fashion for their cuato nrrs, la
prvference to bad stjles olt.red by partis, who
cannot poeMbly be as well acquainted with the
baeiuess as tboe who are txcluaively cuggtd io
it, and who give it their undivided attention.
Parlies in the country directing tLeir orders to
thia establihiii ui, or through partita here, may
rely ou biiiu promptly attended te.
Every Occriplion of Straw Bouasls and Halt
bleached in the new Italian Method, and trimmed la
a superior manner.
Remember the spot, So. SS Untoa Street, Csrsp
bell's new building. a. 4 g. or r. eiar2d it
71 bavs a variety f ekaaa eaiiarat.
nlu NA a.MI!t A wrooiv.
rI havs atras aattcraa)4 Oval, Km4 aae 0
lone Walters, Iraxa 19 auvarea. fsauw iMtaacra.
gorabblog anS Mlackiaf braaiiat, T reach aeraMitac tveta.
a. Mops, liearta Brvuuia, Ae.
STEAMBOAT AND RIVER NEWS
Beat Advertised f leave- Tbl DT
ALEONIA Millib Memphis
IIARTSTILLE, Batemas, Smithland.
ALIDA Rtmak Cairo.
The river continues to recede i.h about 3 feet
oa Harpeth Sliool'.
The fine passenger steamer Ahonia arrived
from Memphis ht niht about 8 olx:k, with a
good trip of par-sengers. From the low stage of
the rive it ' t thought she would not be abl to
gptover t- s i W. but ell fesr was removed when
ber veteran commander, Capt. MiLLkiR, said -"he
wjs bound to make the trip." Arriving at the
skoals her freigb tru:,ki and nearly all moveable
fixtures were placed on a lighter, and tbe passen
gers regal:ug themselves i.h a plessant walk
around the eho 1J, she was turned ioose i h these
firm and steady p.lits, Cotpsr and Foster, and
cimeover in fine style, not even "batting the
eyes of a catEsii," though ditturbing the equa
nimity of a few turtles." She is advertised for
return tiip to-day, though it is doubtful whether
she will get off. Site is a p'eaeaot tnd comfortable
boat, her officers kind and cotrtcou", and her
commander the most cartful and attentive to
his duties we have ever met with.
From the N. O. Picayune, Much 13th.
Late und Important from IXicurag-uau
The Afpinwall Ouri. r, of the 24th ult , brought
by tlie steamship Click Warrior, rontaii 8 late and
highly important int. licence f.om Nicragun, re
ceived at Aspjuwail by tbejBiitkb steamship Trent,
fiom Gr j town.
It a prrs that Wtlki'd force under command of
Cols. Lockridge an i Titus hits succeeded in driving
the Costa Kicans from tbe Sin Juan river, and from
the positions they occupied at Scrap qui, Cdstill)
and San Carlos; has obtained possesion of the
stetmboat J. X. Scot', the largi stand fiuett boat on
the river, and further, snd most i nporunl of all,
has sgain establ sbed commuoic ttion with Walker.
The Courier has letters Irom four different
sources, givirg accounts of tnese op rations. One
letter is from Lieut. Col. E. U. McDonald, 2d R
fle, and as it gives th mosi corr.pl -te sccounf, we
copy it as IoIjws. The letter is dated Grejtvwn,
February A'.h, the atenmer Teiat a'rivefl with 200 men,
who ruceedel Bp tlie nfr and Joined Col. Amlersoa'a
force of ilO mi-n; the b'.h was apeDt in cleaning arm on
the Cih. we advaijcrt with the atearner Kescoe to Cody's
Point and too it lo-ing t0 men killed. According to
the erum v'a aocount they lost tt tn k lied and a la'e
number wounded; the sain day we fell tack on our former
position, bemu-e it wa-U.-eees to a'tuniit any thin; oa ihe
oiipot side of the ner without artiMery; the next
uumiDg we ran up to a puint inU yards b;low terpiijal
and lanJed all the lorcee ar.d ariiherjr, except ooe com
pany, which we left at Kort Anderon. Tuen we erected
barricade, bash-hou-wa for the men, provisions and irtil
1. r. Next day we beg in cutting a rjatl and bridging the
creek up to Co lj'a Puint. OnWeduraday erenina we
starte up the road to mount our art U-ry on Cod ' l'oiot,
which work was e mple'ed on Thuisday night. The force
thus posted was unie.- the remmand of Col Titos the ar
tillery being under O-n. Bcb v teat, the lef reding nn tbe
artillery, the ri, lit ranging up tbe river, both being protect
ed Ay the ahru' bcry aloax the banks of the river.
On Kridsy m rrung, at the break cf day, Gen. Wheat
opened his nre on the fort occupied by the Cot Itican
forces. At the sains time Col frank Anitersm crofeJ
the river ih IM men and took tbe poauion on Ihe point
cll e J Alverado Point his rilil resting near the moulh of
trie her)iUl, his lice eit-ndiDg up ihe nvrr about I'lO
yards. Xliey arrivtd (here at li o'clock M and took tl.eir
poMtion without beiu perceived by tl.e eiuny.
Meanwhile the action had been going on ware if be
tween (ten. WI.eat's snil'ery snd Col. litui'f riflemuO oo
one sde and the Cnta Kirans in the Fer.piqui fort. One
ot their pieces was ditm lunted, and another, ibeir l.eariest,
was not tired during the d.ij, v apt. Brantiey'a company
of nil :iueo keeping op such a destructive fire that they did
not uare to appr a h and lojd it
Cat. Ai.diro.'s men haviDg been posted, opened a
vigorous fire on the ii(.lit fltnk ol (tie enemy, driving them
fiom their barncdea to ihe main building up the r'au Juan
rirer. Prom trial time until dark a constant and severe
fire was kept up from Cody's Point and Alverado's lo nt,
which ws resKinded to bjr scattering shots from the Cost a
Ilicans, and we saw ihe enemy running away into the
woods, leaving their blanker and throwing their guns
a say. The eortinwnder of the fort at 8rapiq ji, Col. Hia
oo, was among the first that left ati! P. M.
During the day Cel. Anders lid", forces lost two killed and
two woundol, the latter bring now able to do dut) Col.
Titus's comma' d two wounded and none kiliec and the ar.
til. try cone.
The next morning Ccm. DeBrlmot and a vo'unteer c tiled
"Kentuck," wt mover in a canoe, pu. led dewa the Osia
Kican flag, and hoisted the Lone iar of Nicaragua, all the
n-my tia'ir.g abandoned the point in the night. L'paard
of 4't) t an s of tiiKli'li Minnie B.ukel were left scattered
u ihe g ouod. Col. Prana Anderson's command erorred
in tlie steamer and to k possession if the enemy's works,
chattel, o., finding tlmteen dead be dies in the prircipal
foil, probaiily all kill d by the aril ley ot (ien. Wheat.
Pitty oieu of tiiis command were deUiched for burying ihe
oead of tbe ew.iny, winch amounted to tliirty-thr. c. Pris
oners taken said ihey had bten bsdly treated and worse fed,
liviug on beaua and plantains alone, tire pieces of artil
lery, four brass 6 pound pieces, aud one IrunV pound piece,
witli sorreKadiny ammunition, were found, also titty
thousand roundi of Minuie riQe cnridges, in good Condi
tion,ai.da large quant ty of damsged ammunition, 'M
pairs 01 panta.oons, 4U bushe s of beans, and 6 barrels of
salt, but enough kettles aud pans for ,(0U men
Tlie same evening tlie te.nir Pescue, or "Pill.buptrr,"
as some f the bos cll it, took up ihe lorces oi Col. Titus
and ooe 4 pound gun, to the island San Carlos, Wt.ioh was
UkcL Without ai.y rcMSiance; tbe boat returned te fterapi
lii aid Um k up tl the stores Let dud at the above po-t,
and thro proceeded up ihe river in pursuit of the steamer
Charles Morgan, h cU had gone on with the D.ws ot tne
Co U hicaut having kit berapiq ii the latter boat had four
hours tail, aud the Ke-cue cine in s ght of ber just as
she went over the Ciulilio stapids.
The Costa K iean had tar and rosin on the steamers Scott
and Cat'huca, and alt tlie buildings of tbe town; at the mo
ment tlie saw Ihe lUscue, Uiey set tire to the boats and
buildings, and at tlie same time they opened a heavy tire of
rociid hot and grape from the fort vn the hill. The lower fort
on tlie river was Ulteu by atom by dipt. Wert s oouipany
of Col. 1 hub's cmiiiinnd. pour menjunied from the Steam
er, swam against a six mile current cut tooae and saved the
aleauivr bcott altliough the uiacii iiery was very o.uch injur
ed. Ail the furniture and liedding lit the National Hotel
were saved. All other bouses, with their contents, were des
Iu taking this fort, the enemy lost forty-five, while we only
kwt o .e, k lied.
Tlie Ctta Kirantwere still fifty strong on the high fort of
Castillo, cut l U from water and provisions and s-r rounded
by our foroes. Ou the lsth the fort was to have been taken
by sloru. liy this time that is done aud communication
has been established to Walker.
The Courier publishes a proclamation by Co'.
Lotkr.dge, dated Castillo Kspids, Feb. 17, in which,
a'ter tatinz that he bas succ-edid in rp.ningll e
Su Jua llivt r as far as Catiilo Kspids, he iulorma
all tdiK-e who wi-h to pass or ttade on the river,
tbil they have his fuileit guarantee thst they shall
be rcU-Lted in tinir ligtil-, property, and persons.
Prom the Atlanta Intflllwocer.
Who uauliinonrv J
The polite mat axers of the Fort Gaines Academy
Lottery invited our presence yet-rdav, to wit tens
the payment of thu q iartrr ticket of the Fifty
Thousand Ilollar 1'riif, in Cbss No. 28, drswn oa
March 7th. The lutky holder of tho fortunats ticket
No. IK.il 5, was a gentlemsn from lha v Hags of
Palmetto, in the neighbor! rig county of Campbell,
nani-d S. B. Watt, a mcrjbant there. Anxious to
see a hat kind of a look a man could btve who was
suddenly put in p msissiou of twelve thousand five
hundred dollars, we accepted the invjiaiioa We
are eorrv we did, for we were forced to waaramosl
enviourlr lugubrious countenance when we saw the
happy visage of the rcc pient of that vast sinount
ol u.oiiry. To a pocr euiuir, it looked like a momen
tary cost upon the wealth whi -b the owtierol Alad
din's Lamp realsid. In this instance, the Aladdin
ol ratinelto departed on Li s wif to New York to
lay in asupily of goods for the Spring sabs, feel
iog;, doubtless, much more comlorianle ith Lis
picket f.,11 of rocks," than if he had gone to buy
Wh l-tcnii versing aith the minsters of the Lot
tery, we wera informed that ihe nmr) amount ol
money had been drawn a few d'Vi be.'ort by a
merch.i t in V lumbus, W isbiesippi, who h Id No.
V.'8, iu class 21. Swsn is decidedly a great institu
tion. $100 Reward!
ANAWAT from Deratur Faro ace. Id Dreatar eouoty,
m lenne.jre, in juii i.t, our Segio, JOH fjr whj
recovery and pottl-g in JaU in (his fcute wa wlU pay tl
If takca ! af Ihe riw anS arrwred la Jail, will pay
1100. W parchased said boy of J.mea M. Murrell. (
haakvllt'.ia Mav lat. Hald kvy witia abaSlM paanda,
Is roal black aed heavy let, about 8 feet inches bib, very
a why hair. The only ma k re elected Is the first joints!
f his nghiar left thumb not posit vs whlcS. He ta.ks real
Africa a laeguags, and seewie a tittle tongue tied.
UOLiADAT, I'll tATU A K CO
vbti CTiftoa fot erB.e. Wayae taxtnty, T'wn.
IfEW GOODS, JUST EECEIVEL!
IX ' t have as la (Sue tha I arrest aaS awet asswrtaJ
t1" " r,8 l""f taal we bavs
kis Srej u.ia saarkcl. u wkieSi we lavi the
parties , alteatKMi U e.cy aad euuntry BMrekaaia,
A Lao, oV I !TOiti:,
a lairs stoci wf Beady M.s Clothio af IU asataat strlrs,
aad W tat very beat a.ta. '
tn Csaes , of rs..., H u Ighora Hits, a'r. Hats; P1m
MLfS! ' J ru".'4": ' AWo-
asis; Ky. , Misses', aad latao' Uasa, C-pa, ae.
trU . b. aVrtaf aa4
HAUUWAIti: AKD Cl'TtSur.
A Urge aal well setaeix lia af Uare. War.
A4 tbe aov trAa w.U km sua aW th aaarVai trk-i
lor eatdi aad e,p su.. bi ll 1
Sisaaca at a ; wsoaar, aataiag sm h..(of lhrWMl
OHAtiia.-K "aas Oraagea, ia Cat erd urMi.
f J. 0, fcuBlRj ug,
100,000 CS"ta Ht.--'
IX Y THE NATIONAL LIXE.
Reports rornisked by the Associated Press.
ARRIVAL OF THE GEORGE LAW.
LATTER FRO.tl CALIFORNIA
Nw York, March 16 Tbe Eteamtr George
Law has arrived with California dates lo the 20th ult.
She 1 -ft Arp'nwail on tne sixth. She brings one
m llion d liars in goid. Connected at the Isthmus
with tbe John L Steaen. Among her passengers
are Gen. Wool, (XI. Cas y and Lieut. 'a Arnold and
The steamer Sierra Nevada, k ft Sao Frarci-cs
on tbe 11th, with several hundred recruits for Wal
ker. The California Legislature has impeached Doc
tor Bates, State Treasurer and G. W: Wbitemsn,
Comptroller for misej projriation of State funds.
Dr. Bates rceigt.ed, and James Enplich, Ex-Msy-orof
Sao Fraucieco, was elected to rid the vacancy.
Tbe people of Sin Diego have bung twelve of
a band cf robbers who murdered Sheriff Barton. .
On the evening ol the 6th, an esrthquke was felt
at San Francisco, ctUMng nodamtge, buimucbcoc
sternation. An affray took piucs at San Francisco, between
F. A. Cohen, 3inker and This. Kiop, Editor of the
Keening Bulletin, Cohen, who wasthe aggressor,
was shot through t'ie j iw. Both were arrested,
and King was discharged.
Filiitustri are organizing in the interior to aid
A bill to legalize tbe State debt, has been intro
duced iuto the Stale Seuate, aud will undoubtedly
A large body of filibusters bare gone to Sonora
Advices from Lepase. on the Mexican coast, state
that Geo. Blaocarte bad seiz.-d all the vesrfeis in
the Laruor, putting them under embargo, lie was
to leave iu a lew days aitb 700 men for tbe capilol.
Advices from Salt Like to ibe 7th of January,
state that Ueber Kimball has been elected Presi
dent of tbe ft ite Council.
Oregon dates to Febroaiy the 12th, ssy an Indian
out ireak had taken ploCJ niar fort Sincoe. Four
white men and a number cf cattle had been car
r.ed otT. There was great mortality among cattle
in the neighborhood ; one fourth cf the slock bad
Advices from Washington Territory state that
the Legislature adjourned on the 29th of January,
after censuring Governor Stevens for his course in
the Indian wir, aud martial law affair.
Dates from Australia are to December 2d. The
mines are yielding unusually well. A fira had oc
curred at Adelaide, destrjjing property worth La if
The Iudians hsd raids an atta.k on Felt rivt r
valley, and niurdt red the inhabitants, burnt their
bous s, and kiliei their ctttle and bor-ei.
J. M. Rhodes, Banker in San Francisco, and one
of the bondmen, of Bates, the Stale Treasurer, has
Washinoio.v, March 16. Lord Napier, the new
British Minister wss pr suuted by Cass to the Fres
i lent tc- lay.J ,
Mr. Buchanan, i iJn9werto thefii;nds of a Penn
sylvania offici -holder, said tlie North and West de
mand rotation in office. In the South it is differ
ed. Boston, March 14th. The Msss tchuietts House
pished a resolution acpropii tting (100,000 fir the
reli. f of settlers in Kansis, who ni ty be or have
been reduced to want from out-rages on acountof
their predilections for a Statu constitution.
S'. Louis papers say lhat Gov Geary, who is on
his wny to Washington, cmplains that be has not
been supported bv the administration as they
promised, lie expresses the belief t ist Kansas
will come iuto the Uuion witli pro-iUvtry consti
tution. St. Lons, Murch 14 The Kansas travel thus
far, equals snyttiiag ever before known in this
St. John's, Msrch 16 Advices by the English
mail state that the British government has entered
into a convention ith France, in regard to the
New Foundland fisheries, which creates intense ex
DAILY PATMOr QKKTCF., f
March 18. iSAT. t
Ccttow W beard of salesof 110 bales yesterday at
Tobacco Nothing worthy our mention.
(Bacon and Wheat as yesterday.)
Saws DAT, March 14, 1 r. st.
r ottos The demand is bnk and prices unchanged.
Sales to day of 1500 bales at U V t. 13 ets.
PsTiams. March 18.
The operations of the weev. have been very lijfht the
news cf the Persia restricting sales. Oar circular closes
upon a quiet market, with small offering stock, and a mod
crate demand. We quote :
Inferior to Ordloary, ... nominal
Low Middling, . . a 13
8 rlct Middling, .... alS.V
U sod Middling, .... . al3ji
March 14. Our Produce Market is steady. The two
leading articles. Corn snd It. can, soem to be stiff ninf.
Holders are nt anx om to sell at ruling prices. Of Ilacoo
there is about K0,u00 pounds in market, r-ui sales are mod
era' e at lUalol cis., and not presses!. Tbe supply of Cora
is sufticisnt for the Immediate demand. The principal
holds' are tiet. and assume a confidinoa that pi ices will
range from iu to S) eenif, tacks included.
TIIC 71 All K ETS RY TELEGRAPH.
Niw Tosk. March 17. Flour firm, State is
selling st f 5 95a6 16; wheat very lull; corn 73 for
mixed; mess pork f 24 124 10; lard advanced 10
14il41, whisky 26127.
CfcmATi, Msrch 17. Fbur nnchmged; whis
kv 23; mess poik f21 fiO; bacon firm; lard dull at
K. fi. J. iioi.mi:js
IMPROVED SEAMLESS WHALEBONE
WXtike pleasire In agnln Introducing our Improved
grainiest Skirt, at being the most acceptable and re
llMarti sle in market; ws are aws'e that many n-w stylet
called ia provemenit are bef ire the public, such as Inula
Knhb-r UaUa Perch a. Rattan, Se, all of which we lave if
tiled lor but cannot rn mitnil them, at we have ex
perimented with and tested them all (mo.-t of ih two
years tinea,) submitting thrra to the lu'lgm-nt of compe
tent laiiet to decide apeo their merits, and have found
them, from actual ate, ft be in all important respertt, 1e
ciderily Inferior to our properly prepared W hah bene,
wbkh has been la oe the past two yevrt, snd for which
has been ei?ressed from all parti of the coontry en'ire
satisfacttoo: and we have the more positive evidence from
oar own large retail irtde, amounting to many doarnt per
day. Tnerotore wa eonffdently rmwnegd oar flirts to
be the least objection alle of anyth ng in use; poeraing
ra-ny a Ivantaiea Jb4 in no oAv Slcirt, the most Im
portntof which it sre nf rLi.tta bri at the bottom,
maile froo the only msterial that can be used, that will re
cover its pi see when pressed out of shape, will not roll nor
carl. It aot a Ceo ted by heat or cold and can be washed
without Imury. Theae Cords at the bottom, ins'ead of
bones which ar exceedingly awkward aad Inconvenient,
with ur own prepared bones above and a fabric manufac
to ltd by eaudves esprresly tor ear goods, in eor eitima
tioa and the estimation of thoasandi who have ased thrm,
product a Skirt, and Ibe only 8ktrt equally adapted to the
Jiarlor. the street, aad the crowd, giving a proper, grace
u I and elreanlfoini to a Lady's dress; light, pliable, eaiily
adjuMed tnd in every respect a eomptete article Ibe pub
lic are cautioned again 4 all imitations or other goods call
ed foamiest bkirta. Every geauine article Is tttatped, K.
A J. Holmes' Improved beamiest Whalebone Skirt, and ar
for tale at V) Market street, PhilaMpMa, aad ia the prin
cipal Jobbing House-la New Tors and hsetoo.
Ikmms. leb. 1, lv'.7. JC a J. ItOUSiES a CO.
'JntSBrl..' Btlisj Hr
Til. CT'tRer, rncERAi. rxnra- , .,
TAKEK and CA VlHkT M AKRR.hrgt wsaaS! "
leave to lorirai his friends and Ihe pubne generally, that
he hat moved hit Shop and G 01 romt So Caa a t Baar
aaa told Hand, Oesyierick street, latrlv oecarird bv J. W.
MeOutnk-, where he it prepared tc furhifh Cofbos of every
leseiiptioo, lug'tSee with good Horset, Hsrks and every
thing ttcweary far hinwaia. Us wiU give hl panonal at
tea ioo to all calls both day a Bight.
Purailuraed ail kln ts repaired or mad to arder la the
bsatryl. fetil JuliN U. Ct'SBET.
a CRlSdOJ MATISlis CCMOfED tflS
MODEL CLOTHING BAZAAB
TO HO Si CIDAS ST&XZT.
tdisining tha Pct Offict, afar kr Cash bit Stock ml
Winter and earljprlns Good
It a small advaaxa ass aett toet, ta ardar ta asakt room
' GENTLEMEK,rF!NE"sPR!NG CLOTHING
fEiag AJJtlYAU-LAEIES' HIX 0AITI2J.
joun ua viaui:.
41. Court street.
AS last "Tweed td HioesJ tapptie mt
Lsdtea' O alters, a d aad grout L icd :
tiff taa Kid aat riwnea Hotmve Boats ,
" " II mi B. ppers, Ur jHiosd ;
Mesas aad (viQiraa's Shows. Ovists, aad Siptwv-, ta
whsua I leapeaJal) savts the atssaiaja of ray sxusaeaera
aad tha iwbtMV (tMrt4) JOHJt AAMAiiC
UK W GOODS. .
t hava )vst reoalved fVikb Berreasw' la V Tori, a
Ist Mssrtatttsf cmiuu j'S CAIaJA&U, ea-
Ulclaa tsMaa ml tM taveal Uat kt eve aaaa, fwakt ta
lar'oo-CAiri; VfLOCiriots, e.
T tvlS MAllaOiXlt A -WTUOX. '
L08YEM, Castas, aWsUaaa, lalataa. . la aad M
tis utxaacaurr 4W.
Wotth of Piece Goods jutt leceived, comprising an ex
tensive stock of Cloths ol various colon aud f the finest
texture ; alto, Black and Fancy French, English and Amer
icaa Cattimeres and Vettii gs in the gieatest variety. All
adapttd to the Bpr.ng trade and made up to order In the
IUatii " is stll at his hoard. '
H CUFT0N k ABBOTT.
'"Woodland Cream "A Pmmadefor beautifying As
Hair highly perfumed, superior to any French ardor
imported, and f ji half the pries. lor dressing Ladies Hair
it hat do equal, giving it a bright glossy appearance. It
oaasea Gentlemen's Uair to curl ia the moat natural man
ner. It removes dandruff, always giving the hair the ap
pearance of being frtth ihatupoOBed. Pries only fiftjeents.
None genuine attest signed
FiT&IDGE A CO., Proprietor of the
"Balm of thousand Flowers,"
Sold by all Druggists. Kw Toss.
BEST HAIR STE IN THE WORLD.
This It stiong language, yet Boaxs's Elctio Una Dts
(recently improved) was proved to bs so, by the judges at
the late Mechanic's Fair, held in Bostonamong whom was
Dr. Hays, tbe eminent chemist and State asiayer)who
awarded It tha PRIZE MEDAL AND DIPLOMA, over the
choicest Hair Dyeton exhibition from all parts of the Union.
Its unparalleled superiority consists in, 1st. TheiDgredientt
are nourishing to the hair, not destructive, at others. Sd.
Dot not ttaln nor hurt tb skin. 8d. It easily applied and
dyes the bair an color required, from a delicate brown to
a deep black, so natural as to appear marvellous. Manu
factured, told and applied by WM. BOGLE.S77 Washington
street, Boston deelO tillma81
Tax Ebox or Asv. In this wonderful age, Art lays ber
mas ir touches or almost everythini. The ceilings over nt
and tha carpets w tread on, are hallowed by Art. Art
winds tha railway through the mountains and the mad;
makes ber machines of wood and iron, to act at if with
knowledgt and annihilates space with lightning tamed down
to tbe tuteledge of a boy. Nothing Is too lofty for her touch
and nothing too humble. A new proof of thit old conviction
hat just falien under our notice, in tbs shape of a Cavbab
tw Pol, from the Laboratory of that world renowned
Chemut, Dr. C.J. Aria.
If ws understand the subject, he has carried that article
to the farthest perfection of which it Ii capable. Instead of
employing Drags in its composition, as we have always
thought the necessary and only way, he hat with consum
mate skill extracted the virtue of the medicine to be em
ployed and combined them alone in their purity together.
The composition is then mixed and rolled by machinery and
steam power into asperold pill which is wrapped in an en
velope of gelatine, for protect Ion from the effects of weather
or time, and then thickly coated with tugar, to serve as its
passport over the palate. Notwithstanding all the labored
perfection they are offered to the Pnblie at lest than ons
cenfeach. However humble the department, we think thit
may be safely characterised at ti e consummation of Art in
its lins. Aloruihg Ktc- BaU. .
"Williami' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
A tpeedy and positive cure for consumption. It is a cer
tain remedy for Pheamonies, Atihma, Spitting of Blood,
night 8weats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Plurisy, Whooping
Cough, and all diseases of the chest and lungt, together with
all the afectiont which peed sposeto the above named com
plaints. All persons who have need it in the above named
complaints attest to its efficacy in the most unqualified
terms. Thit invaluable medicine it for sale by all the drug.
gisU throughout the Southern and Western States. Manu.
factured by A. L. WILKINSON A CO.,
to whom all orders must be addressed.
Hear what the Bon. Jags Clxmehs says of its naturt
Persons who buy one bottle are lure to get a second.
Hcrtsvillb, March 6, 1S5(.
Gists: I have used Dr. Charles Williams' Pulmonic Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha with the happiest
ef ectt. A negro man, now belonging to my father, who hat
been for several years afflicted with a distressing cough, it
apparently restored to good health by the ute of on bottle
I have used it alto in other cases, and none without de
cided benefit to the patient.
Very respectfully, JERE CLEMENS.
Messrs. A, L Wrj-iursoa A Co., Huntsville, Ala.
Da. Cass. Williams:
DbasSix: I take pleasure in giving my testimony to the
virtues of jonr excellent "Palmonic Balsam of Wild Cher
ry." Having used several b ttlet In my family, with de
cided advantage in every ease, I can recommend it as the
belt and most pleasant medicine I have ever seen.
W. D. F. 8AWRIE.
Tutcambla. March 22,1848.
For tale by Kernan A Raint. Berry A DemovUle, G. W.
Henderthott, A. R. Rotcoe, Ewing A Brother, wholesale,
Josiah G. Brown. sept2T dAw6m
Planet and iriualc. W learn that Horace
Waters, of 888 Broadway, N. Y., agent for the sal of many
of the most celebrated makers of Pianos and Melodeose.it
offering them at prices which we advise all who desire to
purchase to avail themselves of. He is also selling his large
and well-known Catalogue of Music at one-third off from the
regular prices, aad will Forward tb same free of postage.
His offers to the trade, teachers, and schools, ar of the most
favorable character all of which he wil Ibe able to fill to the
letter, for having wisely adopted the cash system. The'
Horace Waters' Pianos are known as among the very beat.
We ar enabled to tpeak of those Instruments with torn
rjegree of confidence, from persona knowledge of their ex
cellent ton and durable quality. A1 T. JCtangmlimt.
Jobs D. Jahcs, Pret't.
D. D. Jambs, Cashier.
BANK OF COMMERCE
Deals in tight and time Bills, Gold and Silver and Cncur
rent Bank Motet, makes collections in all parts of thecoun
try, will rive the higheit market pric for Land Warrant
snd pay interest oodepotitet. Janl5.
HRS. PANACEA; oneof thebett family remediet now In
use. It hat brcome celebrated at a general remedy
and It peculiarly efficacious in colds, eouiths,sor throat
bronchial aUee'ion", dispepsla, rollc, diarrhea;, cholera and
chrome disease. Tftit remtdy ia wonderfully adapted to
f-mal dieatet. Every family ihou'd keep a supply. Pric
(I per bottle, and a liberal dietnnhv the n. IM
T 7" KG FT ABU LlN'lMLNTis not turpasted by any other
v Liniment for efficacy, and has given general satisfac
tion to a l who have madetriai of it. Many experienced gen
t emen declare it is the bet tbey have teen. An experienced
Pliy.ic an atfirmt thatihi Liniment it decidedly preferable
to any ether, be -ause it ia more prompt in afierting the ob
ject designed in its Use' as well as mora plesiaut, and the
most clei nly ha bas ever seen. Pries per bottle liic per
duaeo i. M8
OINTMENT forold Sores and Burns, or wherever tb
B'eof a "slve or Ointment Is indicated, will bt found
far preleralle 10 at y other. Nona who have made a trial
of thit great disco) ery, but speaks of It in the most enthu
aiat c terms. Price per box SSc.or 'i perdosen.
Tbe above invaluable remediet may be obtained from the
Proprieior, Nashville Tenn., Cherry etreet. No. S; or from
the principal Druggists ol this city, and all th important
towns in the So h and West. Also, at the Shipping Depot,
athmith Love A t'j.'t. No. 63 Market street, Nashville,
ROYSE & ELVERSON,
K0.Z0 PUBLIC 8QTJABZ, SOUTH SIDI,
Mntin Xne and 0utie4 Stock 0
CLOTHS, CAS.-IMERES, VEST1NGS. DRILLINGS,
And a full Slock ol
Gentlrnirm' Furnishing Goods.
HAYING purer ased oar Oooda aodcr the most favorable
circumstances, w will off.r great Inuuctmenta to cash
r punctual lime dealers, snd sol.cit f.om the trad aa ex.
aminatioD of our stock be tor purrhas.ng elsewhere. V'
would call special attention to th assortment oft lotha,
Cassimeres and Vesting, which w will make up to order
la the latest ttikt and warranted to fit or no sale. W
also eill vour attention to our stock ef Ready -mad Cloth
ing, manufactured xpretly for cur trade, which we ar
diermmrd In sell at the lowest prices, and thereby werit
yoar patronage. W will itk plesioi In showing oar
goods and proving onr aasert ooa as to pree, qua Ity, Ae.
W keep every thing asaally kept la trentlcmena' Furnish
ing Stores, and ae will bave, la a (ew dajs, a s'o k at Hoys'
Clothing. KOYSK A tXYKItON,
e No. SO Pubis Square, roulh Sid.
WANTCD A rw food Joaiaeymeo none bat goodoa
seed apply. fcb ia It. a I.
cuudyTavIEiuuit &, co7
(Formerly Kingsland A Cuddy,)
ST LOUS, MO.
S TE.l.ll JSYGIYJES
or all sass;
Iloiler and Sheet Iron Work;
SAW AXD GZISTXILL MACHINERY;
PABKEl A JOHNSON'S WATER WHEELS;
LEAD FURNACE CASTINGS,
And Iron and Brass Work
at awry dawcripliwa.
tjf Pailera Lis it aad aay Urorataiiaa rtqalred, rar
Biahed by writiag ta th abort firm,
t leli aaitr-asts
W. THURSTON BLACK,
rCW0 CTZS BI4S.T ft C0'8 BOOS IT0XT,
rtuLiv ski ahl.
TO rUMTITU&X AUD C01&.WaV&I
rin saibaevib-rr, havmg jatt arrived fa thit City with a
1 aaiafaa Irwea mmm mt la tarawM ruitat FawSa aa4
Faraitar V are rswaa la lb ctiy mi MtB.bi, It sbiim
taasak arranraBsiiia, wta tUxHal Ursss, wiU Maaalaa
twees wf Faranav or Cedar-war, sW awppty wf every ar.
uef la the sbov 11 b Id baa, sJsn. wal hi yn4 U
fit I Urm" ta lb way tsT iatjw-wvio asaeblaea, M
wit: TYIX&'S TITIST WAS Hind MACU.1SE.
Thts m vaurwty a a arue, aad "war U bneaea" ml
svsry Ifciftf ksrisi tatradaeed la this he, Kektaaw
rwady M aaatraw tut lis saaaaSasjtasw f wa thaasaad af
the maahiaea, whh b It aeaSrau of haviag etrwst4
itawaiawias. , A law Cwaaiy kiAkm,ia Md4 Taaaaaat.
Tha aaartiga4aaa aa aaa at Ba Is. ,Ct j UmUL,
tar ta Best aa day, al aay lias BwSav IS 'csaet: A bl
r arw F.aU It, ta. kUDOtatALL,
fblli . Ar.
OSCmtUHltl, Caper, j.ka Ban's, aad sthsr
saaaaa,tegtaf win Ity aad WatsatCa aswt r
t4 btsast L4JiaBL'tT A Cf.
Auction Sale of Groceries
W. H. Gordon & Co.
0 WEDSESDAT next, 19th Mrcb,lS5T, w will offer st
Public hale, In our usual q jantites
2iai hbds fair, prime and cnuic Louisiana Sagar
bbit Plantation Moiasset; '
1 m hlf bblt do do
400 bagt fair and prime Rio Coffee;
lUu boxes Roaa A Goodwiu't Tubacco;
1IN.I boxes Geatner'sTsJIow Canules;
600 b'xes Prescott'sBar Soap;
&)0 krgs thoenberger't Nailt, all ilzet.
500 bbit Chenoweth's exceUior Whisky.
With various other articles.
Terms of Salet
All snmt under f 200, cash; all tumt over $200, sad un
der ti,W, SO davt; all tumt over 12,000, 90 day credit,
for approved bbdoxsxo notet payable in one of the city
Jdarcfcll W. U. GORDON A CO.
TIME SALE OF GROCERIES BY
irxOftRIS & STRATTOX.
0! WEDNfSDAT M0RSISG, MARCH 85th, 1WT, at
10 o'clock, we will offer at Auction, in front of oar
Stoie on Market street, a I rg and well-selected stock of
Groceries, Winet, Liquors, Ac. v i:
100 hhds fair to choice Sugar ,600 bsgs fair to choice Rio
00 bbli Molasses; Coffee;
100 X-do do. 2M) pa kages Mackere';
AO bxs extra Cod Fish; 60 boxes Herrings;
20 coses Sardines; 60 boxet Pncy Cindy;
SO coils Rope, ast'd sixes; 100 doien painted Buckets;
60 boxes Oranges, fine order-,1 14 boxet Ta. Tobacco, vari
&tl,0OO Cigars, various brands: out brand;
100 boxet Star Candles; 190 X b. x et Star Cand'et;
60 quarter do; 150 boxes Tallow Canolet;
600 kegs Nails, best brsnds; S00 bbls Magnolia Whisky;
800 bbls Whisky, var"i u 1C0 do fine Whuky. tarlous
80 do American Brandy; brands;
80 K -pipes do; 10 bls Gin;
100 boxes Bar Soap; 480 boxes Glassware, ast'd;
100 bbit Cider Vinegar, 10 tiercet Kice.
1000 bags fine Salt.
With variont other articles in the Grocery Hne.
Txiuis of Sals. All tumt ander f5u0, caih; over $500
and under $3000, 60 days; over $3000, 90 days credit, for
approved endorted notes payable in out of the city Bauka.
marchlT MORRIS A STRATTOS.
11. C. BAiDY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
No. 60 Collbqb ST., bbab Bboad, NA3BVILU,
JAS just received and sow In store
1 00 hhds Sugar, Fair to Cho ce,
800 bags Coffee, choice Baltimore and N. Orleans,
tO bbit. choice Rtboiled Molasses,
40 X bbls. do do do
8)0 bbls. Pike't Magnolia Whisk,
60 bbit Bouibon do
60 bblt Old Rye do
80 bblt STanongahela do
10 bbls Robertson County do
20 bblt Grape Beverage,
26 bblt New York do
20 eaiks Port W.ne,
180 boxet Chewing Tobacco, various brands,
SO boxes Star Cand'et,
80 bbls Clover Seed,
60 boxes W. K. Cheese.
Together with Iron, Salt, Capt, Tea, Pepper Sauce.Teatt
Powders, Figt, Pecans, Almonds, Spice, Pepper, Indigo,
Madder, Nailt, Tar, Ac. To which we invite th attention
of fitrnieri and country dealers.
mil R. C BANDT.
ALSO, Just received, a la'ge lot of IRISH POTATOES,
Meshanoc, London Lady, Late, Red and Forward.
R. O. BANDT.
RICH SPEING GOODS !
w. a. & j. g. McClelland
Are now opening a msgnificenttock of 5PRING GOODS,
purchased mostly from first handt and throui h large auc
tion ta.es, and will be fold at a small adranoe.
Rich Silk Robes;
Rich Striped Silki;
Rich Chene Stripel Silks;
Rich Striped Foulards,
Kicb Plaid Foulards
Rich Flounced Foulards:
Rich Plaid and Plain Foulards;
Klegtnt Grenadine Kobe;
Klegant Berage Robes;
Klegitnt Challie Robes;
rlegant Black Silks and Plain Silk;
Klegant Tamis Cloths, for mourning;
Elegant Bombasines, Ch allies, Ac.
ITanrisome Lace Setts Collars;
t-mbroidered Uanilkerchiefs; Tal. Collar!, Ac.
Shawls and Scarfs.
Handsome Stella Shawls;
Haiid.-ome Pal'm bhawls;
Handsome Cashmere 8hawl;
Handsome Grenadine Shawls;
llandwroe Mourning Ste la Shawls;
Handrome Grenadine Scarfs;
Handsome Ca-hroere Scaif.;
Berate, in job, Scarft.
We have everything la tblt line that can be called for
English and American Prints, Slice legs, Domestics. Tick
Bell Factory Goods for Servants.
We keep constansly on hand these celebrated Goods for
BervanU, Striped and Plain; Otnabnrgs, Plaid Doraealics
Ac , Ac
We have a hsndtcm assortment of thete Shades for
Windows, and the Trimmings.
We would call the attention of our friends and the trade
generally to our stock this Spring, as unusual pains hav
been taken In their selection
mil w. a. a j. o. McClelland.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
MAXCraCTCBBB AID dsalbb IB
HATS, CAPS AAD LADIES' FIRS,
Ao. 3 Public Square,
SPRING STYLE OF MOLESKIN HAT
JC8T RECEIVED AND
Heady 'for Inspection This Day.
CMT1ZEN8 AND STRANGERS ar most respectfully -J
vited Iu call and examine this beautiful Hat at th Hat,
Cap and Eur Emporium of A. FRANCISCO
No. S Publio Square.
Those Jleuutiriil Styles of Soft Hats
W are now receiving, and take pleasure
In recommending them to onr customers.
Some ery beautiful NiW STYLES AND
NEW COLORS, at the Hat Emporium of
A. J. FRANCISCO. M Public Square.
CIIILDUEft'S HATS AND CAPS.
OT every style and quality, to be found at the HatKmp.
riaM of FRANCISCO,
march T Fashlonablt Darter, tS Public Square.
Havana Plan lottery.
By Authority of the State of Georgia.'
"ASPEII OOI'WTY ACDE.TIV L1
tl TEKY CLASS IT. to be draws at Coacsav Hall,
Macon, (u ander tl sworn tuperinteodenc of Col. Gso,
M. Loaisand W. C. Asdssjps, Esq., oa SiatCardstr
iHatrcltt 2laf, 1847.
SATURDAY SMALL ICIEHE.
15000 Numbers f rises payable without fieduction.
CAPITAL altlZEv 4,OOOl
1 prise of..
100 " "..
. lfX in.,
. M ar..
. SO aia.
Tickets, $4-Halves, It-Quarters 11.
us vr ram uTi tT
Ssai at th Royal Lottery of Cuba with this dtSereae:
the Havana Lottery has 85.00J Numbers this hat only
Ther ar two wheels, on each of which ther ar placed
two Locks. The Superintendents have eaea a key la th
Lock t, an I the whet it cannot hw opened on Ira both are
present. Ther ar placed In th wheel ef aambert I ia
lobes enotainlng slip of paper with ths numbers from N.
1 to 13,0u0. Ia the wheel of priwt the ar placed tia
lobe containing sllpt of paper with th prises aa Lhasa
ranging from 13,M.0 to f ltai.
Wbea th drawing lakes plat-, which will beta pablia,
the wheels ar anlorted, and after revolving them, a aasa
ar it drawn oat of th wheel wf aambert, ana al tb sass
lime oa I drawn out of th Prise wheel by boy with ara
bared to th tboulddr and blindfolded th tub I slipped
aS, aad th number held ap aad carolled, o that th wbass
aadieae ran se it th aaraber la then carted erf aad reg
istered by the Sapertntendenu. 1 be Prise draws I credit.
d to th aamber drawa al th same time, aad t assuaul
all th priaet ar drawn eul. A copy ef ta e rawing st Uses
aent to th priotrrs, and after cwwiantva th Sapcriat
dentteartify lo tb orretne ef the drawing. Tbe Bev
perl o undent ar swora to pwrfarta their daty withnal
fear or lavor.
It will be perceived that la this plsa vtry prit Is
drawn at, aad of eaart torn peraoa as uat get tbeea;
drawing it senl U vtry on ordering Ucketa. Th artawa
ar payable thirty day aft- dressing, la fail, witaawl eua.
want. gt Drawing laket place sry Satwrday.
Lr" order for tiekeu addrtweed i O. U. WIS TEA
Bos MS, Naahvtiie, Ttaa, wtU be prampUy a I lead rd to
JAMU F. tTAR,Maaager.
aaar. If lw. fctaeoa, G.
V. &. F. DILUOD,
CO.XrECTIOEU AKD DEALERS IS
riSX SUITS, BXTTS.
Fiae Liquori, Cigtxi, Tobacco,
!. 17 nsirkct trel, tddawrfrww Ilrai4
WI would respect VHy larerm tk elvtea af Kaahri
aad IA uai ta Um aad th adjcdaiag eoeauea. that
w aava rsostili Stud ap ear taaisshaat far th ms
caa ml d-xeg a Tbjwi and ftatad aaauMaa, and aoeud
rewpafaUy Ml a star of aabli patraasgs.
laT" Order's lor UaadtM, Pra.t aad thr artiaW ia
aeur Ua auad4 to With pratasAa aad dsspatesa.
II ISK V .- bW ommm't Aarwra Whleky;
Sw bbls W.Uer'S Old Istuatf Vi
la swr aad Ui tale ty W. H. GOKDuX A OO,
ritCSII LK AXD LACCIl UCEII.
WI ha v jatt rrA a frwah sapal af a MMS-tor af
itaia af fresh tad Uge
CUAALSA MtLLIR A CO.,
fellt k, aa cawry trc
STjrjAX--n hkdt Fals- Pries , aad Chto aw Sagar
Su bat Powdered Sugar, la ssor aad for aai kg
sr. h. BjKji an
SWEET CBAB ClOCB.
t f BBLS. f tkt bv jwtt rtvwd aS fw sal by
1 U J. e. BOSttrsoaf,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Wo. 73, NORTH MARKET STREET,
IHATB received snd now offer for ra! a splendid Stock
of New and Heautifji SPRING GOODS, which I wtll
sell aa tow, if net lower, than can be bad eleewbere. I re
aect uiiy solicit th attention of buyer sr. tfci very desira
ble Stock of Goods. UC. DOOGLAS.
msrch 8 tm
It now in receipt of hit assortment of
SPRING AAD SOMEF. GOODS,
To which he respec'.fully asks th attention of hit friends
and the public genera ly.
ml a a a
New Spring und Snnimcr Goods.
I AM now receiving my toek of SPRING AND SCMMIR
GOODS, of the lateit stylet, expressly for Gen;lemot
wear, to wl ich I invit the aitention ot my cuttoatert aad
the public generally.
ALSO. SCOTT'S REPORT OF FASHIONS for th Spring
and Summer. SAM. PRICHITT,
febiid BP0 64 College street
BT virtue of an atttchmeot iu d out befor Josiah Fer
ris, Lsq , and iu''gi ent rendered in favor of H, H.
Hanmer, arainst A. C. Winn, 1 f hall expos to publie tale
to tbe highett bidder for eah, at th Court house yard, on
the S3th of MARCH. )9'7, a certain NEGRO GIRL, named
HALINDA, about IS years eld, levied oo at th property of
laid Winn, to satisfy said attachment and ths costs thereon
Sal in lawful hours.
pi9 tOt C. D. 0.
ALL who wish to avail themselves of Mr.
LOLBKAR'S Inspections in Writing should
do so without delay, as Mr D.'s stay in the city
It but halted. Those who wish to know lbe
permanent advantage rf hit instructions tbcald inquire of
those whom he taught IS year tine In this place.
Parents, Ladies and Gentlemen
Are invited to call aad examine th rapid improvement of
those who ar now receiving lesson.
In a few lessons learn to writ with ease and e'egsnre.
No wber do L Jie (eel the want of facility ia writing more
than when marriage or other causes separata families, so
that the only meant of intercourse it on paper Th want
of this facility oltea causes (ami lies to became tranged
from each other, bectus a a tiff, cramped hand renders that
an intolerable tatk, which would otherwUe b a pleasure.
Tbe following remarks of tbe lion. T. H. BtBTOB ar very
IWasbikqtob Citt, Jun SS, ISiS.
Sib: Contidering a good hand-writing to be not only aa
acccmplishme"!, tut a meant of tncces to every man en
gaged in business, I greatly applaud your meritorious exer
tions to improve tbe chirograph of the age. A gentleman
or a lady either who wi ilea badly, nevtr write willingly;
and consequently fail olten to writ when they should; anil
when they do wrue. It it done at the last moment, with
haste and impatience, and consequently with fault of all
kinds, often committing and injurin. both the writer and
the cause which he sdvooatea. Wishing you every success
in your laudabl unuerlakwgs, I renia n yours, respectfully,
THUS. U. BAN TON.
Are Invited to contrast tbe etty facility of ehl'drea 6 or 8
ye.rt of age, attrr a few lessons from Mr. D., with the stiff,
crampeJ styi of those twice their agr, who bave been 4 or
S years learning In th common method, and then judge
which it the cheapest and best method.
Should begin writing at an early age. Th eat and free
dom acquired from Mr. D.'t instructions ar never lest, at
can be ascertained from many familiet In thit place who hav
Who writ an Inferior ttjle can hardly expect to get the btt
And professional gentlemen ae often four hoars la doing
what facility in writing would enable thrm to do In one.
Writing Saloon No. 42 L'.NION Sl'RKLT, over Wesl A
Hot rs, 9 to 1 1 , A. M to 4 P. M., and T to t at night.
IN STOBE AND FOE SALE.
Cfin SACKS of extra hulled BUCK WHEAT FL0CS
JUU at VICICK A MKAD'S,
)an No II Sooth ruiltye st.
W1KDO.V 1. LASS.
CI BOXES WINDOW GLASS, superior quality, all
J 1 I lief vsrying from 8 by 10 to 26 by M, just re
ceived and for tale by KERNAN A RAINS'.
rillTC IIMI.- 10 hhK White Pish, Just received
and for tale bj tfeMSJ D. D. DICKtT.
AII.lttt.lD SCH AI'KllS Just received and for
tale by Lr,;b"isj v. n. Dtcaay.
AILIIOAD SPIKES Jutt received and for tal
by Ih-b'iM 1) V. UICKET.
1 1 XT U I' 1C i I'l.UUS Jutt received and for tale
by IfebioJ D. D. DICKEY.
Itll.LS AND CHOW HAHM lust recdved
and for sale bv fehiS D D. PICKET.
01'lA;i IIUl' l O.US Jutt received aad fbr tale by
V leb'2S D D. PICKET.
LULL'S PATLST .Tl ACll 1 IM l: Jutt receivd
and for tale bv febi DP. DICK T.
WMDtV SAMI Just received and for sate bv
fcbxS D. D DICK IT-
Hi:i:i, IIAItltOUSi Jutt received and for tal
by lebkS D. D. DICKET,
N. 5 Cllg SlreeL
SWAN & CO.S LOTTEBEISi
CAPITAL PltlZE $50,000!!
Owing to the great favor with which oar Sing! Number
Lotteries hare breo received br th pablM, and tha large
demand for Ticket, th Managers, S. Swsa A CO., will
hav a drawing h Saturday throughout th yrar. Th
mllowiag SerMmo will be drawa ia each f thir Lotteries
Tob drawa In ths City of Atlanta, Georgiaja pabtie, aa
SATl'ltDAlt JUAHCII 7ll 1847.
To be draws la th City of Atlanta, Georgia, la pabll,oa
SATl'RDAl'i 9IAUC1I 14 lb, 18ST.
To be drawa la th City rf Atlanta, Georgia, ia pablia, aa
SATIKDAV, 7IAUCII Slat, 187.
To b drawn In lh City of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, as
SATURDAY, M ASCII 28, 1837, oa tia PI an oi
30,000 Tickets 3,260 Prizes
XLQ&S I HAH 05 PKIZS TO XTZST 10 TICX1TS
1 Prix of. IM.uwi is - JM.fXO
1 - 10.IVU ui lO.fHKi
1 ' " lO.tXH) it IO.UUq
1 " S.OM0 it S.0UU
1 " " 8.IK 0 is Sj)00
1 " TSJO is . T.wtO
1 " 6,1X10 U ,
1 6.WJ0 is S.ouO
1 4,tHSJ U 4,000
1 ' 8,000 is 1,000
1 " SOtKlit t.MS)
I " l.CrOO is 1,00a
100 prl' 100 arc 10,Uv
100 M SO ar SHSJ
d prise of ta0 Apim'g U 30,tr00 prraar 11,00
S " 11,000 sua
4 100 10,000 . ... Sow
4 " SO t,"00 " W0
4 S3 14 8,j00 " t0
4 40 " 7.000
- 65 M 4.0UO WO
4 " 60 6,iK) tuw
4 " H " 4,wr0 M M
4 " 45 " S.woO 10
4 SO S.000 10
4 " 13 l.Ovw " 100
S.OOU SO ar t6JM9
3,8G0 prUetamoantlagto M..M.tt04 OO
WholoTlckau, 110; Ealves S3; QoarursS3.S0
PLAN OF TUB LOTTERY.
Th Number from 1 l I.iioO, eorrws wwdig with those
Nambers an tha Ticttlt prioted a separata slip af paper,
ar encircled with (mall tin tubet aad p lacwd lsa MrbL
Th first IIS Priae, wmUarlv pruned aad aaatrsled, ara
plawrd ia aowther bl.
Ta wheel ar then revolved, aad a aamber It drawa
B-s U V Seel of Nambers, and al the same Mm a prise
la drawa frees th ether wbi. Th N amber aad Prise
drawa mmi are pred aad aqhiblted lw tbe awdUntca, aad
registered by Ibe Comattsatouara; taa Prtaa being plsvegd
agaiott th Nmer drawa. This prauoa la rpaksd
aaul ail th prut ar drawa aau
Th tw prroe iing aad les saeeseiting N amber t thasa
drawing Lb trt U fnae will be niltit to th Sd Apprea
imauoo Pmat,acardiBg im tb trheasw.
3,OOU frlzea f ltO wtU t deUrsilBwd by U
laal Ogur ml Ik Naassxr mat draw th $50 two Frit.
Fr xaaipt, if IMN amber drawing tb bavO Prta d
with h. I, lha all lb Tirkeu wk.r lb Baaibwr adla
1 will a oliLVd t IM. U th Number ends with Me I.
Lfcea aU th Ticket where lb Massbsr ada with S will k
aotilled I tett), aad o a M 0.
Cwruacata et rac sages will k told al la roUawiai rata
whk-k ss th rik:
CarUScat! Packagaaf 10 vTVJ,T1cktt.... t
- lailaif - ..; .
IS UutrtrM aa
waBt? a a- aYfy
Itxla th mmmmf t wr add rise lor th ticket rdwrwd,
a rwnsiptaf which ihey wlU be forwarded by art auB
Parchaaarscaa aava Ucketa tadtng ta aay Srwrt thay may
Iketast f draw aamber aad siawil! b sl b fa
baw ImsetltaUiy afVsr th drawing,
tVPrthar wiU pleas write their clgaatar plasa
aad ft v their aot mOcm, aly aad ataA.
!." be insAsf try Priaa I J raw a, aad paabltLa
thli wtthoat deeWuoa.
ia Sraeiag-ocw prasw al tb aaaaJ mt tsorl day a.
AU aasasuaastatluaa ttricuy orUttaJ
Priaa lauau evador raww4ta tar Tteksttst Atkr
Adrs Orde for TVAeswrfVrt Ilea l iMw la
8. SWA A CO , Auaxa.Ga.
Vol. I4. MorlLanas Aim
ar, X. rriatTIE1, SpmL
Aoa w. 8, Kaahvtda f. O.
AT4SAS. I08IITSO5! COXftCTTOSAAT. a lart
las. ml Swewt Maittt Oraagws. Ala, a to t
r'r " wsa, man aaa suaMaat, tsrus
ewa w wi taw un wr twisuy arao.
DR. SUTHERLAND S.MAYFIELO
IT I limit in dla Hit tltj tf rtsbnllt tr rm-imkri grsfbtalta
OClce, 27, CHerry Street.
L. B. & T. D. FITE,
WHOLESALE DIALERS IN
STAPLE AND FAACY DUY GOODS,
N. 9 Caller) St., NaalkTillc, Tenia.
VVar bow In receipt cf th Ik r rest portion of our
ai. tock 01 s suited to SPUING AND rl'MMUl
f fr'fa th '"tire stock will b to hand ia a few day
to wnicb wemTit,,n, aitentloE of merehsnU poichasing
f 2Hl;T "ertucessio ihe ta.. of LAD1W
HKK.-OJ GOOD, bONNLlD, AND W Ull E 6UOD!, ha
induced a to Incrtue war purchases ia tbie dr pan went
over any former season, t, which we invite th e- pecial at
tenlion of merchants, beUevmg it will be to their UTxaxsT
to look at these jwods.
febl im L. B. A T. P. imL
B.B.oisosia. as asacaxa. . c etiDxia. r. A.saxraiaa.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO,
WD0LESALE DEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
JtO. 60 VUBUV SQUARS, SASJJ Y1LLS, TXAS.
WI hav now ia store a very large stock tf Goods,
suited to Spring snd Summer talcs, consisting of
BOOTS AND SHOES, SATS AND 8TEAW GCCDS,
Including aa ex tensive assortment of Lew rt!a
Bonnets and Artificial Flowers,
To which w respectfully invite th attention of Ueichaate
buying in this market.
W wish to buy feathers. Wool, Beeswax, Ginteag,
Jeans, Linsey, aad Socks.
febll GARDNER, 8HIPHISD A CO.
WATSOS at. COOXS,
Lata ol Gaiasboro.' Teaa.
tktrt n. aaiLST.
SSBISL C. COMBALL.
COOKE, BAILEY & CO.,
WHOLBdALC DIALERS IN
BOOTS SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, &C,
NO. 4, SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC r QUAKE,
Y7r Dov ia receipt of ear Spring sttortmeota
v v Goods, to which w rctpcctfallv ask th attentloa
af Retail Merchants.
Ojv I'D of Mraw Goods will bt found very compete aad
detinble, and our stock ol boots, rhoet acd Hats i bel.es
ed to be in tuffleient variety to meet thertqnirt mrntt of all
who may favor aa with aa exaalnatioa. Atwcporcbata
exclusively from th Alanfsciurert, we feel aarrantaaia
asserting thai we tan iuply th trad with all goods ta our
line as low as they caa b drlivrred here frorr ih larga
jobbing ettabiishmests ol Philadelphia snd New York.
Our lerm of credit Is six snonihs to prompt dealers, and
we make liberal allowaacet tor csh paymm it.
febla-im C0OKR, BA1LLT A CO.
W. B. CLABABAB
ALLISON. ANDERSON & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealer ia
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
NO. 41 PLBUC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
SPRING IMPORTATION OF
1 8 . 7 I
UJI ara bow receiving and opening our SPH tltO
.VA Of, K and thai! in a few dajrt have it tompleted
and ready for Inspection.
Our stork bat been telected with US usual care, tmb'aciow
tha LA Ti'AT of both
F0HIGX ASD DOMESTIC, 8TAPLI ABO TA5
CT IRT G00IS, VABI1TLES,
caiy-laic Vlolhn-, c,
Our parcbases this Spring being largely increased over
former on is. to a-ret ihe srrwing nmi olthe covolry, of
fers additional inducements to th Trade. W e. therefore,
solicit an examination of our stock from our old friends tad
the Trsde gent rally, visiting this market, feeling c,ufidot
that we caa mak it to their interest by doing so. -
lebO-Jm ANDKRMIN. ALLlbON A CO.
TBI 8. Si LIB.
a a. a, aaiiB.
ADAM O. AD4BS.
T. & W. EAKIIV & CO.,
Importera and Wbaleaale Orulrra la
Ws hav now in (tor a tuperb stork of
SPBEia AND SUMMER
to which wi'l be found tome of th most tasty GOODS fur
LADIES AMD CiL.VrLLME:
ver offered In Nashville.
W hav alto largely Increased oar Stock of
And ar fully prepared ta meet th growing demanda of th
trad, at reduced prices.
oca rracg or
BONNETS, MANTLES AND VARIETIES
Will be found very full snd attractive, to all of which w
Invit th attention of ML'ItCIs A.V1 S, aa oar factl.
Ilea enable as te offer extra iaducam. ata.
T. A W. IAK.IX A CO.
whem, Feb. 8. ISiT.
KIRKIYI AN & ELLIS,
WHOLESALE DIALEE3 ASD IMPORTERS 07
II AUD WAKE AND CUTLERY.
HATING eonrraded torn tins tine to dlaeoDtina tha
Retail Department of our businee. we ire now prw
wared. with a LABIiALV IM SkAMD BUCK, and ta
EXTENSIVE YARIrTT, to effer inducement to Merchaau
going Eat,aa well aa tho coaxing here to mak parch.
tet)equal to any bout to th Easier a CI tire.
Oar term will b ttbeial to prompt and solvent me, aad
we will lake FEATHERS. Gl.NnE.NG, RhLSW AX A WOOL
at the highest market pric.
Rel.il Cuato-nvrt trill pleat tak Botie that w eaaaat
hrafter supply them with anygos Id oar line.
llRKMAM A ELLIS.
Nashvlll. Feb. lt-ta.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS, STRAW GOODS &C.
No. 74 Public Square,
t ara aew receiving large Invoices ef aterehaadlM
from Mew York, Ph'ladrlphta. and Bowon.aad s-
poet daily th go I I arrive. Th goods are all exaiga4
to us with instruction to tU thesa al once, a Halt what
ever.) Our Hr. Lucas b) ow la th taster ssarkat mm.
idling consignments, aad purchasing Job lotea aecwaat
ef tho soocaraad, wbich will b raa rT al prtvata sal aa4
al oar rvgalar aacuoe al at lower Sxere thaa vtr bw
for. Cash dealers aad tha wh giv Soar swaths papwr
payabl la bask, aad pay that promptly, will pi al
and ssassin ear stock aad pnn We da mUmt mmmm la
duoou as laeoavtaca at that tbey wtll aava taoaaj tf
bey caa trad with aa.
feksS If TEA BCX A LCCA8.
EVANS & CO.,
WEOLUALX SXALZAS DT
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
ED AY-MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
" lev Sprint? Goods.
IT X bav aaw la store th large! aad at dwrirsala
f stock f L,4 lot U Spring Trad a hav vr
Bawtag taawa great war la th twleetiaa mt this 9tch.
we Sptlc.aSd.al la aaytag iba. tee waraesp mt sty saw aad
;w prlewa, H a trpMd, aad I aa xaarkaa.
Uoa mt U w rpctrit lavtta tha atleaAiea wf Merckaaat
vtaitinethMeltt A VANS A CO.
Iwklf atrlwAtrias Wl P41Ba
STRICKLER, ELLIS & CO,
NO. 51 Pt'BLIC SQUARE,
. TTIIOLCSALT DEALEU8 I
BOOTS, SnOES, IIATS,
SOLICIT tVwaa XtfdumM rhtUagtait warkat, aa uas
aAiaa of Lwesr aataaav aad van!
corAHTxcnsiiiF jiotice. ,
L. A. LAXItX aad GEO. HILL haviag Vuiast
ttrwewry aad Mmmt tatiaass, laa ay tb. tret wul rw
Ba-'B as BarHatVew. A, LA.M&A A CO,
1st, la:. imam
fJsVsaaaaaars la Hart A Haills cawasth.)
Ns, t nartsl Strwwt, ?lfcIUw,
ASD tBALXXJ 19
Ftrei;i & Daafstic iiqaan.
1)lti.Lfct IALI1 A7li UCI Jati
wssadsy watit lOMJBlttT A CO.