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T. B. QLESX, Local and Commercial Editor.
Thursday Horning, March 23, 1857.
Post Office I-etter List.
AGCMS IOU THE PATHIOT.
Mi. E E. GLiScoc has been appointed r;eBt for thi
eity. He U authorised to collect the account, note, 1c ,
f the eaoer,d ls to solicit mod make contract (or
advertising and Job Wort.
Ha K. r. Mou If oar travelling agent, and la authorised
to receive aubseriber, aad to collect all monies da a out of
Circular t lite JTCcmbers of tlte State Af
Agricultural BcRgarj, N'a'Jm la, )
March 20, 1 857. J
The Ctingtitution of tbe Slate Agricultural Bu
reau reqiiret Sm!-Annual Meetings to be held on
the second tfoadsvsof April aod October. In cott
fjliance with this provision, a regular meeting of
the Bureau will be held it the Senate Chamber of
the Stale Capitol, on Zloniay ', the Zl of April
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Busioets ot the finjt
Importance, relating to the organization of tiie Bu
reau and the improvement of Fair Grounds, wi.l
come before tlis meeting.
E. G. Eartja5, Secretary.
Jf Tapeig throughout the St.U are rcspectfal
1 rcqueeted 10 copj tlte above.
The Wholesale Dry- Caads Trade
It gives ut great pleasure to kuow that the quan
tity of Dry Good s 'd by the wlioljrtla bouet of
thi city, thus fitr tbit season, is g:lj larjer than
Mai. Our mertbstits had anticipated ao increased
demand and had prepared themselves to meet it.
The retail iodic ties their in'tcry and good judg
ment. The circle of trade has extended far beyond
lis former li nils. Merchant! from section! of coun
try which have never before looked to Nashville,
re seea here dtily, an J they not only make heavy
purchases, but are satisfied that they can do belter
bere than anywhere else. ThU it saying a good
deal lor Nashville, but not more thau the deserves.
We arj sure our merchants will Dot suffer the char
acter attained by her to dete riorate. They are more
likvly to improve it.
But, having made such heavy sales, are the stocks
Inquire Still Urge aud varied? We can answer in
the affirmative. The supplies are still large, stocks
being added to almost at fast as they are JiraiiiUh
ed. Take for iotttnee the house of A. J.Duncsn
t Co., (which is but sample of the rei-L) At the
ouUet of the season we had occasion to look through
their eHatrlish merit. The piles of goods on the
counters nd stored sway were immense, but, with
in the past thirty days, the sales have been very
heavy ltrge enoagh to make the fortune of a re
tail house yet, the purchaser can find as good so
assortment there as be could when the season open
ed; better perhaps, fr there have been some lines
of new good introduced, some not then in the mar
ket. Iu the fancy department, particularly, the
assortment has increased attractions.
It is a source of much gratiScatioo to us, to men
tion ihesi things They indicate not only a high
degree of pro-pjritr on the part of our merchants,
but a progress on the ptrt of our ciiy, from which
come idea of the magnificent future may be glean
ed. Her progress is sure aud cafe. She can take
no ttep backward.
II. G. H'Ooxas. The card of this gentleman
will be fjund in our sdverti-ting columns, as lor
warding and commission merchant, at Cincinnati,
Obio ; also agent for all Cumberland river boats.
The many fiends of Capl M'Oomai, In Tennessee,
wh-n in Cincinnati, will meet with a warm greet
ing by calling at No. 15 Sycamore street. Orders
for good sod all business entrusted to bis care will
mitt with prompt attention, lie is prepared to
furnioh the trade with those justly celebrated
brands, " Totiev Sup rior Whisky," old Bourbon,
rye and domestic liquors, Ac.
Campbell Mikstbeli. The Campbells had an
other full house last night. The entertaiment was
cot iuf rior to any of their previous performances
Another will be given to-night.
To Artists J. J-'pore, So. 101 Fourth street,
St Louis, has a full and complete stock of artists'
uuterial, to which he invites the attention of the
trade. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
Goods careful y packed and aent to any part of the
country. See Lis advertisement in another col
umn. HtRrrVs Magazikk. This immensely popular
monthly for April has been received by Charles W.
Smith, on ColU ge ttreet. Iu contents are, if pos
siUe, more than usually iniert sting. They are at
The Holy City, (Illustrated).
A Juue Juut, (l.lurUateo).
The :tory of a Uugenot Sword.
Anecdote of Lord RIhb.
Oliver GolJetnitb, by T. B. Macsulay.
May and Death.
Uttoieter, by Llawtborne.
The Misers' Curse.
Broken down Kings.
Itftnioisceuce of a feiga Celebrities' reception
The Three Numbers.
Lir.le Dorritt, (Illustrated).
Monthly Record of Curreut Events. Literary
Notice's. KJitors table, kc, kr,
t3f It is gratifying to otiserve the progress of
the work upou the City flail. It is last approach
ing completion, and when it is finished it promises
to be qaite an ornament to the Square.
An Irish Wkddiko. One of these interesting
occurrences took place in the lower part of the city
yesterday, brtweeu a couple of tons of the green
isle. An eye in mounting, and a bloody "mug"
were the results thereof. Perfectly legitimate cod
eqaeuccs. 3B The weather y eater lay was quite One, though
rather Coo! towards the close of the day.
Ktir Cool. John C. Schooley k Co , Ciaeirjtuti
Ohio, wishes orders for refrigerators, les chest,
and shower baths. Think of July and August, aud
Uke "time by the forelock."
EJT Oil icbuni k 13 ro , No. 6J$, Market street,
FhilaJelphia, invite the alien lion of the trade to
their large stork of watches, jawelry, cuth-ry, kflver
pined wares sod fancy good, of reliable and floe
Senators Builer, Crittenden, Itork and Ma
son, addressed a cole to Jefferson DA a, of Jiai
aippi, aud a duplicate to S. Toombs, of Georgia, ou
March IS, inviting them to recondition, an unami
able fueling bavins; prevailed beleu them for tbe
past few jesrs. They scoepied tbe propcltioo, and
feelings -of amity between thtst gentleman were
J As. SI. KCKDlilCKi
63, Ckrry Sir, Si!lt,
O z a Fixtures
or AIX KINDS,
for Gaa, OU, or Candk ; aad la prepared to have
GAB FI T T INO,
dons ia ths beet aaaaer.
Mr. 0. W. Grsio, Scenic ArtUl of tbe Nashville
Theatre, during tbe Last eeaaoa, baa detersuiatd to
remain In tbe city for some months, and Uprrpar
cd to ezecuts all kinds of Fn sco aud Oroaoieo'al
work, of every kiuJ and descriplioo, and be tulkiu
a thare of the public patronage. 1'rrtons laving
work of tbe above kind to do, will leave their of
der at lib oSSce of the TalrloC I v.
To Mcjicust. WatiUd, a good Violin, pet farmer.-
App!j to 0. W. Glai, No. II Cedar street.
: ... ta2&et,
STEAUEOAT AKD BITES NEWS
The river continues to rise at tbh point, with 4
feet full oa Harpoth Shoa's. Navigation is btiag rt
lumed. " -
Tbe AleonU left yesterday for Memphis.
The City of Uvnttvil'e U the regular maA boat
to-dsy. She goes to Memphis direct. -
Tbe JPatry Qnee from Cincinnati arrived yestef
dy afternoon, be lesves for that port tc-Jay.
; The Vij.irt came down yesterdsy with tbe
freight which was on the A. L. Dari. Nesrly al
of it it ia a damaged condition. We Lam that
there is an icsurance of about $20,000, on the cargo,
Sprlngraud Summer Bonnets, StwTotk
.Tlilliaerr Euiparldiu and Centre af
This new, extensively patronised, popular, cheap
establishment, will open in a few days the cam
piign, with a matchless display of new Spriog Bon
nets sod Millinery goods, for tbe present season.
So fascinating it the stylet, so elaborately rich the'
trimmings, k so briilimt tbeco'org, that such a com
bioation ol artistic Uele and skill, cannot fail to rec
ommend itself to the ladies, as well ss country mer
chants, who desire having the last link in tbe con
troling power of Fashion for their customers, in
preference to bad styles offered by parlies, who
cannot possibly be as well acquainted with the
business as those who are exclusively engaged in
it, and who give it their undivided attention.
Parties in the country directing their orders to
this establishment, or through parties bere, may
rely ou being promptly attended to.
Every description of Strtw Bonnets sod LTst9
bleached in the new Italian Method, and trimmed in
a superior manner.
Remember thespot, No. 22 Uuion Street, Camp
bell's new building. b. k b. or r. mar2d tf.
(W We are authorized to announce Gen. jAMfcS M.
QL'ARLES, of Montgomery, ai a candidate for Congreae in
thiidlttrict. Subject te the ratification of a District Con
vention. ftb23 tf
C01IBIXED REAPIXC AXD IIOWIXG
OR 8 A LE B Y TIIE UNDERSIGNED A T
JOMSON & HOUSE'S.
II. F. CHEATHAM,
JnT General Agent for the State
Nashville and Chattanooga Bailroad.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTLRE OP PA8SENGES TRAIN.
Leavea Nashville ever morning at T:4S.
" " evenl .g at 6.
" Chattanooga " morning at 6:30.
" " eveniug at V.ii.
Arrives at Chattanooga every evening at 6:80.
" " mornng at o: 0.
u at Naahville " evening at 4:30.
" at ' morning at :45.
The Diy-Tra'ns meet at Tullahoma and both connect
with (he train for Mjuche ter and McMinnville. Paarea
gen for Hoertheba Springe and other point) on and near
the McMinnville Railroad should tike the Uay-Traia, as
tbe eon nee lion by Hat Tullahoma ii direct,
marchi H. I. ANDERSON, tfuperinteDdenU
TENNESSEE & ALABAMA EAILEOAD
N and after Wednenday, April lat, 1S7, Trains will
run aa Io;low:
GOING EOLTIi. '
miil a riaskiata. raiioBra rAsssiOBB.
Leave Nuhvllle 6 00 a.m. 85p.m.
Arrive at Thompson I M a. m. 5.40 M
Leave Thompson 8.80 a. m. 6.C0 "
Arrive at Maahville 10.18 a.m. T.8 u
Passenger! from Nashville by the Morning train, break
fatt at Franklin.
FUges connect with the Tvalns at Thompson's.
Through Tickets for MempLis, Waynmooro', Jackson,
Tuseumbia, Florence, Pulaski and Columbit, can be pro
cured at tbe tJenerai fitage Ollioe, under the Vrrandat
Hotel. Nashville. W. O'N. rERKINB,
marxhai if fiupatintendent.
I WILL pay Cash for LAND WARRANTS at my office
No. itS Cherry street. In my absence applv to A. II
Bbanklaod. M13ly J. ii. rfcLLOWrt.
BT virtue of an attachment su d out before Joslah Fer
ris, tsq , and lu .'go eiit rendered ia favor of II. II.
Hanm-r, amtinst A. O. Winn, I (hull expose to publie tale
to the highest bidder for rash, at the Court honse yard, on
the '2nh of MAKOil. ISM, a certain NEGRO U1RL, named
M ALIDA, about 18 years old, levied on as tbe properly of
said Winn, to ralitfy said attachment and iht ousts thereon.
Bale in lawful hours.
n9 20t C. D. O.
FRESH ARRIVALS LADLE S ILNE GAITEEsT
42, College Street,
nAS Jost opened sd 'Itional lopplies of
Ladies' Galttrs, b de and Front Ltced :
8jper fine Kid and f'rtnrh Morocco Boots,
mm H-el fl.'ppen, trimmed ;
" - boots;
MI'ses and Chil-en's Shoes. Gaiters, and Slippers, to
which 1 respectfully invite the attention of my eu.toroert
and the fublic. tnarU JOHN RAMAOE.
ANOTHER fresh supply f Drum-Head and Flat-Dutch
Cabbage Seed this !;, received and for sale at whole
ale and retail By KERN AN A RAINS.
iiecuuh ;icass m.i:d.
i BC8HEI-8 Heerds Grass fVed, waranUd fresh, Just
received and lor salt low by
March 18. KERNAS t RAINS.
(Successors to Robertson A Dashiell J
NO. 14 COLM'.UL STIIEET,
sn;. of Tim Muno.
The only Cash Store ia IVasliTille.
TK are now receiving our Bjirlng assortment of Boots,
v v Shoes, ae., aud propose selmg t' em at iht lowest
price for C8 11. Our stock contists in part of thj follow
Lfcdiea Heeled Last Gaiters, plain and tlppad;
do do aide and front Lace;
do Heeled Kid and Morocco Bootees;
do Welt do do;
Misses' Last. GalUrs. all styles;
do Morocc and Kid Pump Bootees;
do do Welt do;
Children' Kid and Morocco Half Tie;
do do Bootees;
L'ts Kid RosetwBlipneni;
d i Velvet and Lasting (Uppers;
d) Kid BosfeUa.
Gentlemen's Super gtltehed Calf Boots;
do do Pimp d;;
do Calf Peered Boots.
Boy's and Tenth's Oslf and Kip Boots;
do Calf and Cloth O.ngresa Gaiters;
da Calf and Patent Leather, luw qaarlertd Shoes,
Cent's Cloth Congress Gaiters;
Co Last. do;
do Calf do;
do rn'ld do;
4o Low quartered Pat. Shoot;
do trip do;
do Ca t and Pat. Oxford Ties.
We have a large asKtrfaent of Trunks, YaHsos, Carp
Bars, Ual and itouncl Boxes, every atyss asually fuod la
lb u ssarkeL
Also, a large assortment of flats for Plantation use, Soft
Caswn.era 11 ,ta. Spring siylea. We art determined to of
ler luduoriueoti to Caaiipuiehasors.
marcliis ItRAUS'JAW A KCTLIND.
soi tiii:rn i,ot rnt v
ON TUB HAVANA PLAN OF PINOLE KL'MBtRS.
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY.
7 Authority of the State of Jttorpa.
ThU Lotteiy has only 13,(00 numbsrs lea thaa any Lot
tery in the world.
8ATCRDAT 8KALL tC3ZrE.
Tobtdraon U PuMic, at Macon, Oa , nnder the rworm
sapertntcodeBO of CuL Cost. M. Logaa aad W. C. Aador
KT ART SATCRDAT IN MARCH A5D APRIL, lStl.
jTruea jwyalle vilhtut deduction.
Cass 1?, Mareb il.t; Cum lis, March t'.h; Clas 1,
AprU Vu April Hth, Ciiu 81, Aprd
lath, CIom Si, Apr J UA.
1 pHat el.... k!, 008
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t ta t.iios
I FvsMt' a'O........ Las
ts' " l0 ar Jwit.
K"5 " M are a.ooo
IJ " " l aio lu.cos
Whole Tvok.u. (t-nalvoa, .Qaartert I.
S-CerU&oaieoef PakM ef 1a TkoMare aeH at
IK Iwiieoing rate, which ta lbs rtsA;
! .,t.,4 -
It liarf Ticbeu It
1 Wrte liravu
Back ootM t eoaad b.aks Ukea at p'arV liaeJia M
N.o turs ree.luod iur iriaa.
f -tT Addr trttora tor Tickets or CertiBootoe ssf
rocaagot of HckeU to
JAMM t. WISm.Ma.agvr,
. . . Maea, tit,
rtra CI ass X Large fsMsue, draes May lUh, IMI
$t,i.v Hsrr, Cafxioi tH,w xoarte
I ST0IX AID fox SALS.
r.fifi eftaua Bt'CK WUIAT FI3Ct
UUUtt , tiL'KK A UKAD'h,
taat I ! xnii l hmi m.
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ItY THE RATJOXAL. L.1MK.
Reports Famished by the Associated Press.
WAsaisoTOK, March 25. Robf. E. McIlaUon,
Porttmtsier at i'ev Orleans. The New York ap
pointments are said to be made, but cot officially
promulgated. Schell, Collector; llar, Surveyor;
S-ndera, Nsvj Agent; Rjnders, Marshall; Fowler,
Pottaiaster; and Birdsall, Naval officer. The Gov
ernorship of Kansas has beeo tendered to Robt. J.
Walker, but hia friends sty be declined it, owing
to tbe false suppos-iiion that the principle of rota
lion in office is applied l smaller as well as larger
office. Tbe departments have becu overwhelmed
with letters and personal applications for minor of
fices. Reliable information says tbe Cincinnati ap
pointments have cot been made.
A f, pit ton, editor of tbe Union, has been sick,
bat it dow convslescent. His sickness gave ris to
unfounded rumors, among which was one tbst Ma
jor Poore had been connected with that piper.
Applications have been made for the construc
tion of wagon roads to tbe Pacific, which were au
tboiued by an act of the late Congress; but the
Secretary of the Interior has taken bo sclion ia tbe
premises. Forts Kearnt y and Laramie will not be
abaudoned until autumn.
Baltimore, March 24 The Baltimore nd Ohio
Rulroad has abandoned tho defense in. tbe suit
brought Ly the city to restrain the issue of dividend
bonds. ... . i -
St. Loci, March 24. Meier k Company's cot
ton laciory was burnt this moniiop. The loss is
estimated at $100,000. Insured forf64,000. It U
thou lit ti be the work of an incendiary. Oae hun
dred and seventy-five bands are thrown out or em
ployment. Louutille, March 26. The river is rising, with
five feet water on the falls, and seven feet seven
inches in tbe csnal. Tbe weather is clear and cold
er. Thermometer 47.
Boston, March 25. Tbe steamrr America sail
ed at noou tc-Jay for Liverpool, via Halifax, having
no specie on board.
Halifax, March 25. The steamer Europe is
Dearly due from Liverpool, but has not yet been
The schooner "Wide Awake" from New York to
Cape Henry, is reported to have been wrecked on
the Ragsed Shoals, in the gale on the 18th instant
New York, March 25. Flour declined 5c; siles
atf5 65f5 75. Wheat very dull. Corn firm;
Southern Yellow 68 iG9e. Mess Poik quiet at $24
00. Whiiky firm. Stocks generally lower and dull.
Sr. Louis, March 25 The rivers north and west,
and all the upper streams are swelling. The banks
of the Illinois are full in many places, and there is
a prospect for a rise of several feet in the Upper
Missiesippi. It has risen about six inches bere.
Tbe Steamer Amazon sunk at the mouth of the
Missouri ytstcrday. One hundred hogs and sever
al cattle wero drowned by the accident. Tbe boat
was valued at $60,00ti. It is thought she can be
raised without difficulty. Tbo cargo was light, aud
was fully insured.
J. C. Gibson, of Buffalo, New York, has been
missing since tbe 13th inst. He was list heard
from at Cincinnati. His son, Mr. C. II. Gibson, of
liullrtlo, fears he bas met with violence, aud will be
thankful for information concerning him.
New Orliams, March 24. Cotton is firm nnder
the effects of Africa's advices. Sales of 10,000
bales. Pork $23 00. Sterling exchange fl 081.
Cincinnati, Match 25th. Flour dull at $5 00 ;
Whisky active st 24c.
Caps Island, March 25th. Thes teamship Ma
rion, of the New York and Charleston line, was
spoken last evening off Ec'g Harbor with her ma
Washington, March 25th. Robt. J. Walker has
not declined the Governorship of Kansas, butwiil
give the Preeidei t au answer thereou in the courle
of the day.
The Land Department will eh only issue a circa
Iirof instructions to locatfl tbe S uix half-breed
land torip under sn ftct of CongrefS of 1854. It
will be applicable to lands in Minnesota and other
public lindd, whereon these Indians bave made im
provements. The scrip it not assignable.
The Cabinet meets at 12. instead of 10 o'clock,
hereafter, to sllow the President and heads of de
partments to transact otht r business.
More thu oue hundred New York politicians have
left Washington since the appointments were an
nounced. Baltimore ia represented here to-dty in full force.
New York, March 25. The whaling bark Uie
ropo, of Dartmouth, was capsized Januajy 19th.
Twenty seamen were lost. Tbe captain and the
rest of the seamen were saved on a raft, and were
subsequently secured and carried to St. Helena by
the British steamer, England.
Bell's Campbene distillery, at Williamsburg,
burned yesterday, with a large quantity of rotin.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICK,
MaacB 26, i6i7.
VTecla.1 y Report of the Markets.
Daring tho current week business hat continued very
active in nearly all branches of trade. U igh prices for pro
duce art still malntainel, while groceriea are brisk and
buoyant at our last quotations. An Immense businesa In
Dry Goods has already been done, and tho trade it still in
creasing. Tho weath r bai been somewhat capricious, but
bat become settled and fine. Tho river baa improved for
several days past, and there It now suffldout water for
most of the boatt usually lying between tLls and other
Cottom. Transactions during tho week have been light
and wo have nothing to report of Interest la regard to
prices. Quotations arc nnchanged.
Corrosj Wo hoard of sales of SO balet yesterday at 11a
New OtLtAis, March 15. Deerease at a I the Southern
porta KSV.UUU baiea. 8 airs last three days, 3,0OU bales.
Tobacco. Tobacco comet la slowly. Very few transac
tions have occurred lor several lays, but high prices have
beoa paid for all that hat boon offered. Tho following quo
tations sive our readers the ruling figures :
Planter's Lugs, 8i 9H I Selections, IfyalS
Common Leaf, lUalOV I Loot Tobacco. allV
Fair Leaf, llal3 Frosted Tobacco, 8 6
Tobaocx The tales yesterday amoun'ed to 9 hhdi only.
at the following figures : IS 10, 15 03, 13 65, I 65, 1 50,
T 65, 10 10, 11 M, II SO.
Fuioa. The mar ket It quiet. Wt quote superfine at 1:00a
1.50; extra at (:50a7:tX. Louisville and Cincinnati Floor It
In supply, but ths demand brll it principally la more south
Msal Tht turpi Is light and 53aS0e It oow offered from
Gaaix Markets q jirC Wt quota wheat at 90al 00; corn
45c; oats, eicaa', 4 )c per bushel.
Saaao Clover it ttill la demand at 3 SOatt 00, tad
scarce. Mii.ot snowt an advance, ana it now quoted at
1 t&al 40. Other varieties unchanged.
Wool Wo notice no change la wooL Common ttill
commands S0jt25o; fine washed UaSOa.
Fxaraexa-There It an active demand far live geoscfeath-
era at 45c per lb.
Giasaao No tale. The Chinese war hat cut off tbe de
Btamx Yellow It quoted at S0S2o.
Lamia. Wt have bo change toaolo la quotations. Tht
market It active and firm.
Bids Wo quote green at 5a Sc. and dry salted soothers
Gbocuibi Wo have bo change to rt port In Groceries.
agar, Molassoi and Ciffeo arc stiD Arm at previous rates,
with a very active trade.
Puerto)!. The market It on usually buoyant, with a
wry active demand at advanred rate. Hog round lf,.
We quote tiams at t eta. ; shoulders Sat ets ; tide 11 if
alt ) ctt ; a g round lOalO.Yt; eta. Lard 121 2 X and scarce.
Butter tOatt ots.; Eggs SalO eta.
Cib -Western Reserve Is sow la good tor ply at li,Ve
per lb. KngUh Dairy, Waltc
Casblm No change either in Pperat or Bur. Tallow
candles exhibit a decline ; wt quote at IS eta.
Tallow. Tallow eomasads 1011 eta.
Salt Ur changed with ample ttneka.
Mails We quota 10 a at 3 T5 per keg, and aH tiaoa
above at tbo same Sgures, S d at 4, 1 d at $1 SO; 4 4 at S3.
f pjam. American ttasdt at S5a75cia, per galloa. Whia
k j It bow quoted at Mail eta.
DBeot, Jo. The market daring tho current woek kaa
beta very active ia Drug aadDyea. No change U quota
tion , '
. Fa err ft BoiicoBochaago la Dried Fruit. Tht demand
tttUS active. Wt qaote oVied Applet at $ I 50 per bosfael;
rache at IS Mi pooled do. at IS 00 a4 00.
For the wholesale prtcot of other art 1. las wt refer to ostr
Frioot Carroau .
UlWSAV.Msrchn, l.P. M.
Corroa. Factors art exreodirgy sk". obtcis reotrtctt
peraiiono. fa'ee to-day Sou baire at It to IS V couta.
ttacatrrt CottcoIv TUo At crease in tbe receipts of Co.
., l svl tbo poeta, aaeenairod by tetegiapb, at BOW 150,
0vo boJos, at cooiparod eita tbo Wat year.
Hew York Market.
New Too, alareh SO,
Tat Voaia.se traneaeud last week by Uo isperwrt wat
leos aotivo; tw tbejotoooeo arc m (oil feaama, a at loJ'.rg
ihctr roeoipVa loe Sao aceoaou and soaaseMno ta pvwesp ly,
are resMWing thtr taleo wtih oonSdooee aod ism T ho
svestta aatos of tbo wesrfc bovo bi ooae rforoo,bt tbe wnet
axtratrtsvo aro tbaoe mumn ta tao oorvBi eno eepeetaily
of Froaeri goodo. Epgirab Hits of very IsAirtor qvaiKy aod
style are a Isrgo supply, and do wot asst. mwlr
ave wtd welt, eetsuiiy Usoao of 16c saaaaraetwe of Tiso
rtan, ktsJLard A C. JaeosstU aad priaf d urgaadiee have
boonaettvo. Bk Stke art Umi mmy lte at ready sale
trees t-su bado. UwMraMo r. aevnlfs, aro at ia
over tM)4ass. Uuia m due ia MIohm, tor wfcw-a the
Bw bstuoas of dMsraiisg butt' baaets Laa aiaw4 te
aVfoaad, Uoiy Ibooo tiytoo oootluy t ftw and Ofoard,
wbKl art tt fur tal.rs aad boaaat sirtcrs of Jf
arc wanted b riytroAo. 0;ar klads t!y ui a Ojoafy
and ooibaUeead. Laa bias ihtr tocsius tit
,Kni of laoe, or rey'ar trlasbi ny, m.g bo rtotoue ea
orit A t riarf. Tula bat uued ike traU. ta nbo&s U)
svajua, aat lAt lmpor'.aLii4 Wilt aeoroiy reaat ones.
tewagwdt are ta tuporaboadaal eopf-ly, aud ntW
kMjssUitiarkil. la 4aue gootta ibwv t a aueJy
aie,pcti'y wroKMfcbru4trtvajo, Low.
rr-.4 wsiut ro ta ktlt iwowooi.
Worth of Piece Goods jutt received, comprising an ex
tensive stock of Clotht of various colon and ef the finest
texture ; also, Black and Fancy French, English and Amer
ican Cassimeret and Vesting In tho giealest variety. All
adapted to tho Spring trade and made op to order la tho
mil CLIFTON ABBOTT.'
Old Sores are always dtfflcult to heal, and In tome otset
cars been kaowa to product death; but in no instance hat
Carter't S,onijl Mixture fa led to cure thorn when properly
taken. Acting enU ely npon the Wood, l expels tbe humor,
causes the remainder of the body to lyacpathxe with its af
flictel portion, givet strength to the fieth and elss'.icity to
the slrn, and, by a aoothin, process which it pot t.ea, tooa
produces a reacacn th.t tposdily heals the woand and
makes the sufferer whole- - march21 2w
Hollow-aj'S PHIS re f"s w of tenn'ntion of
blood to the bead, and save i the Uvea of thousands Clio tu
fer trom Dyspepsia Liver Comi laint and Bile.
So'd at tbo manufacturers. No. SO Maiden Line, New
Tora, an 1 844 Strand, London; and by all druggists, at 85c,
63XC., and t per box. march2l lw.
"Woodland Cream"- Pomade for UautifyinQ the
Hair highly perlumed, tuporior to any French article
imported, and forhtlf the price. For dressing LadietHair
it hat no equal, giving It a bright glossy appearance. It
oausea Gentlemen's Hair to curl ia tbo most natural man
ner. It removes dandruff, always giving the hair tht ap
pearand of being fresh thampooned. Price only fifty cents.
None genuine unless signed
FETSIDGK A CO., Proprietors of the
"Balm of Thousand Flowers,"
Sold by all Droggista. New Yoax.
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath, and Beautiful
Complexion n be acquired by suing the "i!tn oj a
Tltoutand Itouert.- What lady or gentleman would re
main ander the cartes of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "BaLK or a Thscsamd Flowibs," as a den.l
frice, would not only render It seet, but leave ths teeth
white as alabaster? Many parsons do not know their breath
it bad, and the tubject la to delicate their friendt will never
mention It, Beware of counterfeit. Be euro each bottle la
signed ' FETRIDGE A CO., Ii. 1
For tale by all Druggists.
Heuralgia Cured- Read what Mr. Bojden lays: no
medicine ever had certificate from tuch respectable sources
as Ca tor's Spanish Mixture Mr. F. Boyden, one of the
original proprietors of the Astor House, New York, and
fora number ofyeart of the Exchange Ho el, Richmond,
Va., wat cured of a severe attack of Neuralgia, by Carter't
Spanish Mixture. The rapid and perfect core effected In
his case by thit valuahle medicine, arrested hit attention
and excited hit interest; ho recommended it to others af
flicted with a variety of diseaaet, and in every Instance a
cure wat effected. Ha bat teen it euro Ague and Fever,
RheumatUm, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Fevers, Violent
Coughs, and cases which were said to bo confirmed Con
sumption, and nearly every other dbease for which it is
used. He remark! it It difficult to know what disease it
will not relieve or oure, and aa a Blood Purifier, and Spring
and Fall medicine,, ho hat never seen Its equal. He cheer
fully recommends it on all occasions, and believes it to bo
the most valuable remedy extant. march8 lm
Mercury, when taken to excess, debilitates the system,
destroys the marrow, weakena the blood, and brings about
disease which renders life burthensome. When tuch Is the
case, tho sufferer msy readily fiod relief in the use of Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, a never-failing antidote lor this de
structive poison. In Virginia alone there are hundreds of
persons who have been permanently cured of mercurial af
fections by the use of Carter't Spanish Mixture.
Importaat to Consumptives Many valuable Uvet
have been taved by Hkuskam, Clabb A Co.'t Gknuikb
Cod Livxb Oil, which, In all human probability, would
have been lost but for its timely use.
It it no quack medicine, but the pnre 011, made with tht
utmost care from tho Freth Cod FUh Licer, and it re
commended by tbe most eminent physicians in Europe and
America, and hat proved by frnieurt'experience the most
valuable remedy for Consumption and Scrofula ever dis
covered, for, while it cures tht disease, it Increases the
health and strength of the patient.
Caotio Tbereit a great d?alof spurious oil, adultera
ted with Seal Oil, Whale Oil, Ao., which, instead of benefit
ting, injures the patient, by deranging the digestive or
gans, but being cheaper,! by unprincipled persons palmed
off for genuine.
Notice, that Hboewab, Clabe k Co.'t signature Is over
the cork, and the Eagle and Mortar on tho label; for, since
tbe dehth of W. a.. Rushton, our late partner, th-re hat
been an article called Rush ton's put in the market, which
ts iu no way connected with with R. C A Co., or H. 0. k
Co.; and thousands who had used other Oil without suc
cess, bavt been restored to health by tht Genuine OU of
fold by EWIN BR0.8, J. G. BROWN.and by all respect
able Druggists. feb24 8m
Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
A tpeedy and positive cure for consumption. It It a cer
tain remedy for Pheumoniea, Asthma, Spitting of Blood,
night Sweats, Bronchitis, Coughs.Colds, Plurisy, Whooping
Congh, and all diseases of the cheat and lunga, together with
all tht af ectlont which predispose to the above named com
plaints. AU persona who hava used It In the above named
complaints attest to Its efficacy In the most unqualified
terms. ThU invaluable medicine it for tale by all the drug,
gists throughout tho Southern and Western States. Manu.
factored by A. L. WILKINSON k CO.,
Hunts ville, Ala.,
to whom all orders mutt bo addressed.
Hear what tho Hon. Jaaa Cl antics tayt of its naturt
Persons who buy one bottle are sure to get a second.
HotTtviLLB, March 6, 1S56.
Gists: I have used Dr. Charles Williams' Pulmonic Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha with the happiest
elects. A negro man, now belonging to my lather, who hat
been for several years afflicted wiih a distressing cough, it
apparently restored to good health by tht use of one bottle
1 bave used It alto In other eases, and none without de
cided benefit to the patient.
Very respectfully, JERI CLEMENS.
Messrs. A. L Wnxmsos A Co., HanttvUle, Ala.
Da. Cbas. Wnxuns:
DaAaSu: 1 take pleasure In giving my testimony to tho
virtue of jour excellent Pulmonic Balaam of Wild Cher
ry." Having used several bittle In my family, with de
cided advantage In every ease, I can recommend It as tbe
best and moot pleasant medicine I bavt ever teen.
W. D. F. 8AWRIE.
Tuacumbia. March M, 1848.
For sale by Keroan k Rains, Berry k Demovllle, G. W.
Hendershott, A. R, Rooooo, Swing k Brother, wholesale,
Joaiah G. Brown. ept27 dAwtta
KS. PANACEA; one ofthe best family remedlet now In
use. It baa become celebrated aa a general remedy
and Is necaliarlv efficacious In colds, couubs, sore throat
bronchial affections, dispepsls, colic, diarvhoss, cholera aad
chrenio diseases. This remedy Is wonderfully adapted to
fmle diwarct. Every family should ke-p a supply. Price
1 per bottle, and a liberal discount by the doa-vn. febS
"TEQETABLI LINIMENT la not surpassed by any other
V Liniment for oOieaey, and hat given general satisfac
tion to all who hav. madetrial of It. Many experienced gen
t emen declare it la the best tboy ksvoaeoa. An experienced
Physician affirms that this Liniment is decidedly preferable
to any other, berauso it ia more prompt in aaeclingtbo ob
ject designed la its use as well as more pleasant, and tbo
most clei uly ho aa over soea. Price per bottle 25c per
doaen J. febS
OINTMENT for old Soreo and Bern, or wherever tbo
aso of a Salvo or Ointment is Indicated, will be found
far preleraMe to aty other. None who bavo made a trial
of this great dlseojery, but speaks ol it In tbo most entfau
siat'.e terms. Price per box 45c, or I'i per dosea.
Tbe above Invaluable remedies may bo obtained frees the
Troprlalar, Maahville. Toon., Oerry atrect. No. 8; or from
the principal Druggist of this oily, aud all tbe Important
towns ia the Soutbao-li West. Also, al the Shipping Depot,
at f tnith Lovt 4 Co.'t, No. 53 Markol street, Naal.vUle,
Ten neesee. febS
A. J. FRANCISCO,
: ABcracTcaaa abb cciLsa ta
HITS, CAPS A.D LADIES' FURS,
Ao. 23 Public Square.
n l857. r-
SPRING STYLE OF MOLESKIN HAT
JUST RECEIVED AUD
Ileadf Ifor Inspection This Day.
CmiZKM AND STRAKtiERd aro bsmI rvepoctfally la-
viied s. oaJ aut eaasime kbit s-eaaanil Hat at the Hat,
Cap Md Far JtsBwriam of A. FEASCiAOU.
Ro. SI Public Square.
Those Beautiful Styles or Soft Hals
rm We tee wow roeotvtag, aad take ploaoBre
I ' la rtoowtmcBdiBc iboat M oor eoetoarre. I
terao very boaotiful NEW STYLES AKD""p
NEW COLORS, a tho Hot Emporium of
A. J. rXAhClSCO, tS PwbSo Sowaro.
CIIILDttt: HATS A.XD tUrSs
F tvory style sad quality,! ho lowad at lb. Hat trope
r u sui.aj,
FaabioaaMo Batter, tt Fabttc Sqaaro.
'pHStS BBLS. Wlilt aad Rod Onioa Ckyvot, jstl re
ei rod aad Mr sale by
KIISASr A sUINS.
Laailreth's Extra Earlj Peast
SSL Uodreth's tvtra Xary Foaa. watraaWw trwaa
ad rosaitM, kbit say tostvsd aod f w mk by
taarcH it S.XA.1At A sUlNS.
4 FEW GENTLtyw eoBboaeiolte4 wtta koarf
i t at Na. Sd Lower Kvtsi ctroot.
ovovbJ roooss, aase.
Sited ep aod rwitsrf for ussosst
tjJUUSVS II SmS wv rn, u vavsoo smtw BWgar
O a" tii.s fdrd Szar. Ia etoro and for sale y
dtctS w. a- OCifiCS 4 C5.
G ROVER & BAKER'S
FMILY SEVYIKG MACHINES,
Promotes tie leisure, health and happlaf ss of tomd
OFF1CES: Km. 7 1)4-, Public Square, NaahTllIe, Ten.
No. 4 93, Broadway. New York.
No. 18 fSummer Street, Busiest.
No. 161 Chetnnt Street Phiiadelpbieu
sfcik'Lt-.--- . ,- 1
Reason why this Hachin is Universally
Preferred over AM Others.
1 Because it is the only Sewing Machine in
the world ever invented, so constructed as to
fully meet the demands of families for general
2 It is very pimple and is never liable to get
oat of order.
3 It makes seam which will not rip, though
every third stitch is cot.
4 It is not a Shuttle Machine.
5 It 6ews with two needles, making any
length stitch desired.
6 It sews from two ordinary spools, and
thus all trouble at winding thread is avoided;
while the same Machine can be adapted at
pleasure, by a mere change of spool?, to all
varieties of work.
7 The same Machine runs silk or linen
thread, and common spool cotton, with equal
8 This Machine will sew in the sleeves of a
coat with the same ease and facility that it
sews a straight seam.
9 This Machine can be rnn to make one
thousand five hundred stitches per minute.
10 The seams are as elastio as the most elas
tic fabric, so that it is free from all liability to
break in washing, ironing or otherwise.
11 The stiches made by this machine are
more beautiful than any other made either by
hand or machine.
Tbe price of these Machines at office in New
York, range from $75 to $150: an additional
charge of $10 only is made on each machine
over New York prices at office in Nashville, to
defray expenses ot importation. fco., to Nash
ville. R. U. BROCKWAY, Seo'y.,
Nashville Sewing Machine Company.
FOR SALE BY
ROBT. H. BALL,
No. 15 Sycamore st., Cincinnati, O.
H. G. IWCOMAS,
Commission and Forwarding
No. 15 Sycamore st., Cincinnati, O.
101 FOURTH ST
(THU INT TJUTI .DINaS)
St. JLouis, Mo.
I TARE pleasure Id informioa; the Lwrtot tbe Fixs
Aarg that my stock of Artists' Materials, Knjtravings,
etc., etc., is full and Cuirp et- aod aa to variety or qual
ity csnnot be surpassed in tbe West.
Artists and Amateurs, may depend upon always find ins;
at ihisestabliihment CRAYON9.CRAYO.N PAPKR, WATVR
COLORS, Ac., Ac. Orders promptly Oiled. Goodi care
fully packed and tent to any part of the country.
fPfT Remember the place, No. 101 Fourth street, (Ten
Building,) 8t. Louis, Mo.
march.t deopCW6n JAMES SPORE.
FOR PUBLISHING, IN THE CITY OF NASH
VILLE, THE TENNESSEE BUSINESS DI
EECTOET AND GENERAL ASVESTISES.
qniK FOLLOWING OBJECTS ARE EMBRACED TS
X the plan of this work:
1. To keep always la ths Directory a complete and classi
fied list of the names, location and business or profession
of all business men who may patronis. the work, and care
fully correct this list every month, which cannot, of coarse,
be done In book Directories, which can be isaued only at In
tervals of yean, so keeping tbo public fullt posted with re
sard to the business and businesa men of the eity and coun
try at all time.
5. To keep a complete schedule and description of bouses,
lots, farms, wild lands, etc, for sale or exchaos;e, so tar as
tho same may bo reported to tbe publisher, with price and
terms of payment.
8. To lumish tho Prices Current of all Important com
modities in tho principal market of tbo country. Also,
Bank Note List, Rates of Exchange, Ac. Carofully corrected
In every Issue.
4. To rive a summary of Interesting newt aod Importaat
6. To servo as a convenient and advantacoons advertis
ing medium for the whole country and for every department
of business transactions.
1 he superior advantage of toeh a vehicle of Intercom
munication cannot fall to bo perceived and appreciated by
every one at first view.
THE DIRECTORY AND ADVERTISER will be printed
on food paper and clear type, la common newspaper form,
and will be published about the first of every month, at tho
low price of One Dollar a year, to bo paid, la au can, os
tbe delivery of tht first number.
Every person patronising tht work wl!I be entitled to
bave bis name, locality and baslnee alway rooordod la
tbe Directory without any additional ehargw.
Advertisement, i tho usual form, aod .steaded Bad
ness Cards will bo inserted by tht year, or tor any abartor
period, on very moderate terms.
Persons subcutMoff for the paper aod wishing to bavo
a plaf In the Directory, will specify tbeir bastnos aad lo
cality opposite their name on tbo subscription paper.
Person procuring Mbseribers aad collecting (At money
will bo allowed a liberal commission, and aubaenptioa pa
pert abould bo returned, as soon a poeaibi , to
M M. mcNK.Lt, J a., No. to Cherry tt.,
Burch19 lw Naabvtllo.
12. & J. HOLMES'
IMPROVED SEAMLESS WHALEBONE
fTTIUko pleamro la again Introducing our Improved
v V Boamtart Skirt, at being tbo most acceptable ao4 rw
liabl artl do In market; we are awaro that ausr aew stylo
oall4 in pros (menu aro before tbo public, awch aa India
Rubber, batu Perch, Rattan, Ao., ail of which wo aavetf
ailed lor bat cannot rvermmeod them, aa wo bavo ex
perimented with and tested I hem all (moat of them tww
years sine,) submitting them to tbo ladgm.Bt of eoorpo
tent ladie to decide apoa their merit, and bavo fband
them, from actual use, to b ia all Important respect, de
cidedly Inferior to oar property prepared Whalebone,
which hat beeo ia use tbo past two yera, aod fur which
ha been expressed from all parts of tho country entire
aUsfactioo; and w bave the more pceiuvo evidence roa
ur own large retail traJe, amoantiag to many doaen per
day. Taoresoro wo oonddeatly recwamaad or e'kirta ta
bo tbt least ohieettooabla of anything la a-, poaoMotog
many advantage ount ao -ttKer Skirt, the moti Im
portant of which it trie of tlatie Curd i at tht bottom,
made from the only material that can bo used, that will re
cover It place wheo preurd out ol shape, wig not roll sor
cari, I aot aSeated by beat or cold and oaa bo waabod
without Injury. Tbeoo Cords ai tbo bottom, Inatoad af
bone, wblcb cr txcoodingly awkward aad loooov.aieot.
With our owa prepared boo above and a fab ris sua ..'ma
tured by oaraelve txpreosly for our good, ta oar eotim.
Uoa and tho eatlmatioa of tacwunds who have weed the,
prod oca a Skirt, aad tho only Skirt equally adapted to tho
parlor, tbo street, and tbo crowd, giving a propor, grace
ful aad alegaatforia to a Lady dreae; ligbi, pliable, easily
adjoatod and ia every ro pool a ooesploto arise lo Th. pan
Be aro cautioned against ail imitauonsorotliorgoodaoais
d Beaatileea fair. Every geanlno article satpd, g.
k i. itoimea' Improved Soamiew W halebooa tkirt, aad ara
tar-ealaat Market nrrt, Pbiladctpaia, aad ta lAo prta
mpal Jobbing Hnaeewla Hew Tork aad BoeJoa.
Bwv.it, Feb. t, l5il. A- A J. HOLMES k 00.
KtCElTED thit, by Exrresa. a tttofeo lot of FimiiiBg
6d. Th iit My to at Sbirta, Neck Tie. Ed aad
BlikOiovsa. Coaiar, Suspender, Uauf-Uo, Sum a aad
Cravat, liroMiag Rob., ladarwtar of ovary variety.
Trent, VallM aod Carrol Bag.
Ateo, atrwaaaoppiyol Pevtisaaery aad ToUotUSoapa, Halt
Towth, Ciotbe and N ii Brweaoa. Tewol.Ntv with aa atoort
atoalal SmU, BoSaio, tod Ivory Com, Ac AO B4
vo tavito all tatioxtaiaauoti o oa Stooa
. . . . - J. - MeCLL.
Lail' aa4 Go,Uoowas Firolakiag Sure, ssrwr f
th mrt aad C-oiif. sareoi. aaaraAlT
AW la receipt of a frwth tappiy af Vwt Xagllsh SOIX
LEAT1LR 1ECi.asA larvo ao artmotu o obm
TKLAA, Ladle HAI-IWiaJ, 1 AL!" l UHIUitl
BAu aat aAIUUiOA
APIt F1S1 fSeL:iH CALF CO!ORS
fSOSrrtLABOth' waif"? JM W8.t by
fJt JOtt ttNtiis, i t-.'-r sir.
REAL ESTATE SALES.
LONG CEESS MILLS FOE SALS-RiUE 0PP0B
TTTNITT TO IAND-BUTEES.
WE offer for tale about 12C0 acre of Land, on Long
Creek, about 14 miles Nor;h of Nashville. A larx
portion of tbe tame U well timbers '; a splendid Saw H iu,
propelled by a aever failing stream of water; many conve
nient and comfortable improvements; whole tract splendid
ly watered, and capable of making an excellent Mock-farm:
there it on the mill-yard from li.uOO to 13,000 worth of
tawed timber; one or more wagoa aad teams; stock hogs,
cattle, Ae Ac , with every article necetsary to carry oa
snch an establishment. To enterprising business n en, this
a'together offers a most splendid opportunity to make a
Tubs. Three equal payment! In -S and 14 months
satisfactorily secure.!, p ayab'e in Bank with interest, and a
lien retained aa usual. Apply to - - -marchil
KASCE k WOODWARD.
HOST ATTRACTIVE BUBLIC SALE OF SEAL
ESTATE 23 0E 30 HI NOTES EIDETEOM
ON WEDNE3DAT, April 2d, we win offer tor sale that
splendid tract f Land, known a th formrr reidrn;
of Chaxles Hays, fr., oa which C. M. Hays, Jr., resiJe.
tying on both sides of the Nashville k Cbat.anooga Rail
rotd tnd Mill Creek Valley Tarnbike, about eight miles
from Nsnvill,, an4 cntigaon, t, Antioch Depjt, Th
whole tract containing about 16 acres, well Improved and
under a good ctdir fence. Tbo mansion house b a mott
superb and spacious brick building, surrounded by all ne
cessary out-houses. Kitchen, smoke-house and servntt'
houres and yard-tenc ar, ,ii built of brick. A number tf
never-Uilicg sprints of soft tree 1 1 ire water; a splendid
flth-pend well supplied with ft.h; stone sprjng-house, barns,
stables, etc., etc. bood apple and peach orclards, aad a
air supp y of timber. The above Und wUI bo divided into
tracts varying in sue, to suit purchaser. SJeon premise.
For further particulars tee bills
, " ... NANCE k WOODWARD.
E. R. fitacrcK. Aoct-oneer. march'it
EXTENSIVE SALE OF LOTS IN SOOTH NASH- J
ON WETNE?DAT, the 8lh day of Apri', we wm offer for
tale about 40 Building Lots on the MurfreesboroTura.
pike. Wharf, Frarklin, Mapie and Pearl timet. Including
th mDS OD-cous and, grounds of James M. Murre I and
W. U Nance. These houses are superb brick buiklings, eon
taining about ten roons each, all in good repair, with all ne
cessary out-houaes, cistern an i well, and urrtunde1 wth
plendid shruHbery and shade-trees. Mr. Murell having
moved to ti e country, and Mr. Nance being about to move,
this property wilbe sold on most accommodating term.
Any oce wishing to purchase a portion of it private y, prior
to he day of sale, should apply to Nau-eA Woodoard
We have many other pieces of property, both in and, oat
of the city, for sale.
We expect yo have a pnblic sale every Wednesday tor
the next three months. NAMCtl k WOODWARD.
E. K. Glascock, Auctioneer. marc hit
" BUENA VISTA ONCE M0EE.
fS WEDNESDAY, the 15th or April, wo will resume our
sale ofthe Buena Vista lands, about on rail North of the
city of Nashville, when w will off;r lota of all aises, from
fifty feet to fifteen acres ; a 12 acre lot, containing tho Red A
White SulpLur Spring, with it beautiful evergreen shrub
bery and handsome cottage building, capable, at very trifling
expense, of being made one of tbe mast delightful place in
the vicinity of Nashville. These mineral waters aro too
well known to require a particular denptiun. Her suf
fico it to say that in the hands of a judicious and skillful man
ager, they could uot fail to pro iucd a splendid fortune.
Also that delightful hid containing1 13 acres, upon which
the Mansiot .house aod other improvement stand. Altnf e
ther, we shad offer a moat attractive bl;L Omnibuitei free.
Collation aa usual. Let every bodv come,
NANCE A WOODWARD.
E. R. Glaococe, Auctioneer. mar24.
UPWARDS OF 10,000 ACRES OF LAND FOE SALE
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
0V TUESDAY, April 2Sth, we will resume oar tale of th
Garret Lan ts, on the 'premises, lying on both aides ot
the new turnp k; leading from the head of White's Creek
to C'arksville, and commencing about twelve mile from
the Citv of Naihville. These land have been held in
large bodies for many years by the Dynes estate, and not
open to settlement. Messrs. Garrett having bought and
paid for the lands, are determined to open them to settle
ment. We have recently sold abort 8U00 acres, and intend
now to offer a splendid inducement to every working-man
in the country to procure a home in this high, healthy and
pleasant section. These lands abound with tho finest never-failing
free atone springs, tnd an Inexhaustible supply of
good timber; are in three or four hours' ride of tho eity of
Nashvil'e, by first class turnpike roads. Person wlihlng to
engage in the lumber buiints will rarely meet with inch aa
opportunity. S lie on the turnpike a', the Craighead Spring.
Omnibussc free as usual, and the other necessary trim
mings. NANCE A WOODWARD.
E. R Glascock, Auctioneer. a. A P. wart4.
rnE HOMESTEAD OF MATTHKW KELSON, Btob.tr
This tract it beautifully situated on th N. A C,U!
Railroad, 14 mile from Nashville, and I known to bo th
very best land in Rulberford county. aorea under a
good cedar fence and mostly in cultivation ; the balancw
well timbered. Hurricane Creek run through tht ontlrt
tract affording an abundanc of wa'er tbe driest eaoo.
There are also a number o' perpetual Ppringa, which mak
it a very desirable Stock Farm. The toil 1 rich enoagh to
speak for itrelf, and Is well adapted to the growth of cotton,
tobacco, grain or grass.
The improvement consist ol a frame Dwelling with seven
room, ail out-houses complete, gin, barn, stable, to.
Tt subscriber will be in Nashxiile a few weeks, and will
take pleasnre in showing the premises to any oho way de
sire to purchase. Term easy; possession given Immedi
ately. feblO tf O L. N ALBUM.
SPLENDID FKOPF.ItTV Full SALE.
I WILL sell upon favorable terms, or exchange for city
property, my Sligo Tract, embracing about twelve hun
dred acres of Land, Tavern House, Store, Warehouse,
Turnpike Road and Ferry across Caney Fork River.
There are about one nundr-jd and twenty-Dvo acres of
rich Caney Fork bottom Land, cleared and in cultivation.
The balance ia unusually well timbered, and a part of it la
very rich, and has upon it a quarry of very good Marble.
The Caney Fork river is navigable to this point for soma six
months ol the year, and th location Is an excellent ono for
telling Salt, Iron, Dry Goods, Ao. The Tavern (land Icon
of the best between Nashville and Knoxvill. Th toll
gate and ferry are a continual source of income, end taken
altogether, thi i ono of tbo mod desirable pieces of pn
perty, fur theprice asked, in Tennesae.
Those wishing to buy or exchange would do well to call oa
me forthwith. A. L. DAVIS,
declS tf U. 8. M. Packet Office.
I1IH, BRYAIl & CO.
NORTH-EAST COR. SQUARE.
X ASH VI LLEjTEXN ESSEE.
IMPORTERS AND EXCLCSELT
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
W also keep fail liues of
rioknil & Tnlilcd Silk Milts,
Combs, Brushes?, Varieties.
Ws bave mad heavy additions to ear former pur
chases, adding mtsy entire
New Lines of Goods,
Amongst which will be found a large end complete
Of a! prices, to the STYLE3 of which oar pai
chaser has paiJ especial attention.
OCR STOCK OF
UK TfiMlISS AIB BOSOM
comprises ail tt.e latest Styles and Designs.
We Invite especial attention to oar Urge end en
tirely new Stock of
Which we guirtctee to tarn oat tvs repreeenUd.
Xltocl X oxxroXi-y
ef sit kind, and A great varU-tj of
By devoticg oar time eclusiv!y to oar wee
brtcch of besutctt, and purchaassE slmot eatiraly
fur CASH, frwe the itASUrACtl'KStoS
are esali!4 to prtxare gooUs at the
Very sLowest insures,
aodVervfovw. f-wt t CtT
MerebMU .IPEaiua IXliftXHSJit bU to
prices sod variety of good.
Oof Stock wUloereaJ; lot itJebj iheJOLilaeU
fcailicrs,- Ginseng Eccsax, dc.
at the hiheat SbsukeA price,
msnwGTO.v, rnm & co,.
Next door to tbe ilrlhodlit PuV
lliblnc lltiuse, "ttUiHe.
fthn-sa " . ,4 '
' WHOLESALE DEALEK IN
BOOTS AND SHOES
Jfe. 73, NOBTII 7IARKET STREt t"
IB VE rcceJ d aad now offee t re a tplenfld Stock
Of ew aad Boautifji PPAISQ SOODS, whict I wMI
ell a low, if not lower, than eon b had elsevher. I rw
ooctilly solicit th attention J borers v. thi very desira
ble Stock of Goods. 1IU.DOI.GLAA.
toarch 8 im
watsos w. coox.
Late of Uainaboro.' Tenn. '
visrsa b. Ban.v.
aaHtaa, C. SdBtJULt,.
COOKE, BAILEY & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
BOOTS SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, iC
KO- 4, SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC
WE are aow in receipt of oar Sprng (ssortweot
Goods, to which w respectfully a.k th altenuaa
of Retail Merchants.
Our I no of btraw Onods will be found veryeonp'et and
desirable, and our stork cf Eoo's. f hoe sod Hat i bebev
ed to be In sufficient variety to meet the require menu of all
who may favor a with an examination. A purchase
excluiively from th Wanf.cturer. we feci warranted ia
asserting that w can supply the trade with all goods ia our
lin aa mv a thev can be delivered her from tho largo
jobbing establishments ol Pbiladelphlaand New Tork.
Our term Of CrT'Jlt ts BIX mourns w prompt u.ai.ra, sua
we mak liberal allowances for cash paymen .
feblo-Sa COOKE, BAILET k CO.
L. B. tfc T. D. FITE,
"WE0LZ5ALE DEALEE3 I2f -
STAPLE AXD FA.CV DRY GOODS,
Ao. O College St., Nashville. Tenn.
tVJ E are bow In receipt of tbo largest portiow of onr
V stock ot Goods suited to efKlNa AMD kL'Msl AR
EA LES, and the entire stock will b. to hand ia a fw daya
to which winvitth aitentioa f merchant purchasinr
lathis eity. Oar former success i ih sale of LAUlka
BR:0 GOOD.-i, BONMTS, AND WHITE GOODS, haa
Induced us to inert aje nr parch in thi departwent
over any former Mason, to which w invit th e pedal at
tention of merchant, believing it will to their arrsaasf
to loo t at those goods.
fcbl im L. B. A T. D. tTTE.
H OLES AIj 321
NEW GOODS, JUST KECEIVED!
E hav now la store the lrget and beat aortd
stock of StaDlo and ganev DUY :OOt S tbatw bavo
varbeforaolferad in thi market, to which w Invit th
particular attention of city and country merchant.
ALSO, HOW IX STOIIE,
a large stoc ' of Raady M t Jo Clothing of th ntst sty! ,
and of the very beat qualities.
918 Case of Pannama II U, Leghorn HaU.Fatm Hatar, Pin
Bolt Pur Hats; Pin Pancy suk lonnt ; Soft Straw Bon
nets ; Boys', Misses', and Infants' liats, Caps, Ao.
90 eases of Boott and Shoo, assorted kinds, for Spring aa 4
HARDWARE AXD CUTLERY.
A larg an 1 well selected lin of Bard-War.
All the abov Good will be (old under tho mark! price
for cash and prompt four-month' paper, blv a a
chance at yoa : wtehargt aothisg for showing you through,
marl. TRABCE A LUCLS.
a.B.eaaoRBa. B.s.aaacsa. a.0. aDi. s.a.uBraaao
GARDNER, SHEPHERD k CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
no. so rusuc sqcars, jfAsn villi, Tiyy.
E hav bow in stor a very largo stock of Goods,
suited to Spring and summer tale, consisting of
BOOTS AXD SHOES, EATS AXD STRAW GOODS,
Including n extensive assortment of new sty I
Bonnets and Artificial Flowers,
To which w respectfully Invit th attention of kt at chant
buving in thi market.
We wish to buy Peathers, Wool, Beeswax, Giasesg,
Jeans, Linsey, and Socks.
febll GARDNER. SHEPHERD k CO.
wa. a. basis.
ADaM B. tBtBS.
T. & W. ILlKIi & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
Ws have now in stor a superb stock of
SPRDia AND 8TJMMES
In which wPI o found tome of th most tatty GOODS for
LADIES AXD GEXTLE.TIEX
tver olferad In Haahvill.
W hav also largely Inertaaod oor Stock of
And are fully prepared to moot th growing demand ofthe
trade, at reduced prices. 1
oca tract! o "
BONNETS, MANTLES AND VARIETIES
Will be found vary full tnd attractlv, to all of which w
Invit th alMBtiou of iTI EHCIIAX 1 S, aa oor facili
ties enable a to offer xtr inducamonta.
T. k W. BAKIX k CO.
KashvM, Fb. IS, 1SS7.
WE0LESALI DEAL EES AXD XK70HTESS 0T
HAKDWAKK AND CLTLEUV.
H AVISO eencloded on tins tnc to dlseootinu the
Retail Department of Hi basin, w aro now pro.
pared, with a LARGELY INCAtAftD STOCK, and at)
EETKNSITE VAR1KTT, tooffarlndaceoenU to Merchant
going East, (a well aa the omlng her to wtak pareha
eaiequal to any boos ba lb Eaat.ro Cltie.
Our term wUI bo nbwal t. premp " olvot mea, and
w will fak PEATHtRS, G1NSA.NG, BAAS WAX k OOIt
at the highest market prie.
Retail Oostoaar will ple tk aotloo thai we sanaot
hereafter supply them with aaygonJ la oar lino.
llRKUAH A ELLIS. -Washvill.
A. aujsoa. . tsnsasoB. w. a. a'CLAaua
ALLISON. ANDERSON & C0r
Importrt and Wboktalo Dealer la
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
RE AD Y-MADE CLOTI1IN.G,
VO. 41 PUBLIC SQUARE, KASHVILL1. "
SPRIXO IMPOUTATIOX OF
18 5 7 ' '
E aro bow rwonvlar and opeaing wrSPRIXO
STOC K and (hail litfe days haws it omplot 4
aad ready for laspectloa.
Our stnrk ha ba wleetcd with saaswal car, tmbda g
th LA Tk$T STXLkS of both
rOlUGX AID DOMESTIC STAPLE ISO 711
CT SET GOODS, TA1XXTXXS,
Ucat-MavVc CotUn?, eke.
Oar parch this Spring Swing largely lxicra4 vr
former oaia, ta aeet Ik growing oi of tbo oawatry, -for
addiwooal Iosscsbmsu to lb Trad. W, Ueretoro,
s.lict ss xai a Uoa f vu Mock frooa oar old frMad a4
lb Trad garaily. vtaiUag tha aaaxket, ttoUog .aAacat
that w caa aaa tt la their m turret by doing m.
labi&ta AKDERsoN, ALUHOH k CO.
EVANS & CO.,
WHOLESALE PEALELS EI '
rOEXIGN AND DOiLESTIC 1
. . EDAY-MAEE CL0TKIK3,
BOOTS. SHCES, HATS, ' ,
CONMTS J& VAUIETIliS,
ftAgllVH ' s TEX.X.
IVc-T Si) r in sr Goods.
I ITf aa bow la ttsr th largeot aad mt dtra3e
V .taoaaf M tot U Bps tag TroAo ww aava ovwr
alanog a.a grt ear ta l Beieotioe ws.
v. tMi aaafldMt la aayuag that, lor vanrty f iys aad
w prstw. st oaaaot b swrposMd, aad to aa ssstaa
tMW of tt w rospoetatily Ibvuo law atleot-r f strcaaats
vwiuwg thi tiy . S t a M W.
fcshlt AtnwAWiat wjy
O.'Sl PIBL1C SQUARE,
' - wholesale dealers ix )
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, .
SOLICIT Brwat ifsrwtaahj vtaitiag thi aarktt, aa. jbU
au al bsvoatMraa4 vaxiwt .
a. 3-4-. taM, - , ,