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Monday Horning1, 3ffay 18, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing the
Post Office Jaetter .List.
Rial Estate Sum.-A e.le of twentv-ooe Jots
took pUs i McGiVOck oo SiturJay list, the lota
tlliDK from t3 " to $19 50 per foot front.
The property on Broad street, known as
the " Bell residence, " and 100 foet of Yacant
ground ijtsent, m off red fjr Bile oa Saturday.
Toe house, with a lot of 70 ft, was bid off at ,305
per foot; the I Jt aJj Moiuj, 30 f jet froat, was sold
$220 per fort Tie earner lt wai then offered,
and only f -S) per hit being bid, , the eel was
Of Vis Euan Stanley, who nnk--s her first sp-
p-arance at the Theater to-night, the Montgomery
(Ala.) Mi' or the 12th say?:
"Criergj, Emae, charre! oa, Stanley, on!
Were uic lest words of Ma, my owe."
"So, in h-r opening ad Ireei, Wat evening, did
Mits Emha SiANLkT parody Sir Walter, and we
truct ste will not ceas- to set on the maternal ad
wicf, for there is no c J'nrutioiiv which CiU long re
sist the MS-aulu ol b r tboti-taiid fascination and
iur.umeratil grc s. Her He ten Aj't if Woman
U a serin of pirtraits, ae rapid is graphic; each
uniqo ; some confusingly comic, bl: others do
t UCQ the ooui'n k y minor, a itli the wand of p.tbos
its. lt. We wirb we hail space tc-lay to do Bome
wh .1 of j'laiic! to the rematk! 1 and mo-t interest
ing performances of this accomplished la iy to her
iniravulom power of transforming herself; to the
f tithf'utiies of her pjitrtits of particular types; to
tier delightful daltefl of inusii', vocal and lustra
mental: and to the witchery vt all h r 'inaJes and
mood,' which makit fur the most engaging
worn in ia the woili. We thought our junior part
ner a little tritliu-inttic iu Iuh nuiice, yesterday,
but last evruiug we wrc preset.', ours If, and uo
then-fore acV.iowk'de a eu juauoo. 'Tue Stan
ley' ia our ci y.
For the Patriot.
A VOICE FKOil UAKPEril.
If E. B. Biglcy, E-q, will consebtto becomo a
candidate for the office of Sheriff of Davidson county,
be receive a luge fote iroui that portion of the
ANNUAL CELEBS 1TI05
rmCDEPAitT.ni:M r or nasuville.
The Fire Department will celebrate their Annual Anni
versary on Thursday, May klst, lsi7.
Tbe ProceMion will be foimed on Broad atreet, at t o'
clock, the right resting on Front street, when the pa-ocea
aion will be formed in the following order:
Auk. Cuikt Makssal. Aids.
J'rfuient and Vice 'resident of Vie fire Ansociution.
Naahville Fire Co. No. 1, will form on Market street.
North of Broad, the rirfht renins oa Urotd.
Broad Bireet Fire Co. No. 2, will 'orm on Market street,
oulh of B oad, the right resting on Broad.
Deluge Fne Co. No. U, iU lorm un College street, North
Capitol Hill Fire Co. No. 4, wi:l form on College street,
South of Broad, the right resting on Broad.
J'lcueer dock and Ladder Co. .t. 1, wnl form on Cherry
Bireet, North of Br art, Hie right letting oo Broad.
Lisa or Mabcb At the ringing of the belli, the pro
cession will tut-V , counter match up Broad to Co lege, up
College to the tcju.ire, around the fcqu;ire to Cedar stieet,
tip Cedar to (.lurry, up Cherry to Church, up Church to
High, up Higu t Cedar, up Ced-r to Vine, down Vine to
Broad, dowu Vn ad In fumiurr, up Kuina er to Ah, up A;h
to Cherry, down Cherry to CaaUeuian, up Cattleman to
Blarket, don M..rkct to the Square, where the procession
Will be dl mi ted.
W The Chief Marshal will appear in ci izens dress,
with rd ah, the Aid with white sash. Tie Company
Marshal will appear in thiir re.-peclire uniforms, with
JA8. HAYNIE, Chief Marshal.
A. Ttlsr, of No. 1, Jobs F. Hydb, of No. It. W. STuaDa
tact, of No. 8, J. W. Fu.T, of No. 4, Jamis Catiht, of
Ne. 6, Cm. llAKiiia.of liook and LaJo'er CoH (.hi-filar
Darino RoBBFitT. We sinrtrely regr t to note
the fact that on Tu'.lay niht iat our voting
townsmnn, W. S. Attkwat, was rolbed of 2,543.
He had Ivtt on the N'ulit 'J'rain fur Njliillc, with
his money in his pantaloon pocket, anJ after leav
ing Whiteside Maiioo, he fell aili-cp, and when be
awoke at Warirace, he discovered that he had been
ro'ibed. The scoundrels have uol yet and we fear
never will be detected, iir. A. hud not been long
In business on his own account but by industry and
economy bad added to Lis little capitul, and was
when rubt)fd, on li:s way to Nashville to p.iy up his
!ebl and purchase more good. ChattiHoogn Qaz.
Homcinc A man named Wm. Smith, a mana
grr at Cumberland Iron Work-', wdS killed on Fii-
dav la-t I'Y Mr. (ieorze Aukins, who was in the
enip'oy ol the sme Comptny. Tin ra was no wit
Decs rxeept a mvro, and Adkins hi nue If, is conrt-
q ieiitly the only one who can f urnish any account
otitic nflair. the deceased W4 bid v beaten with
a slit k and a'tfo whot. 1 ho reports iu regard to the
bfjiirare h.j ronll cUn? that we refrain from eiving
tfiH partirul tra a iuruished to us. Clarktvdit
.American Ore an Office.
LTaving del. rcmned to r.-siime the profession of
the law, and to attend the t'ol RT or Claims, and
vthr.r Cotirtx held in the citi of II tiKhigton, I di
ire t j ell t:ie AmcricxH Orqm E-tub inkment.
VE PASlAX ELLIS.
WasnisoTow May 12.
Stricf.t Fioiit in Bakdstowx In Burdstown,
on Monday U, a t rntl fiht look p'ace between
Wm Hirjiii, (-rand sjn of Hon Ben Hardin,) and
Julin K.ibeitsoii. Thef fought with bowla knives,
J tfll J ... . .
anu iioin :i ucFjiraiciy wounaea, wtien tluir
friends conveyed tU in to tiot ! to care for their
ghastly and dangerous w on tic's.
The parties have been at enmity for a Kmc time,
and have had a previous fL'ht. Lou Conr. lith.
a h a iontcco Ror. a cam mm who is ex
perienced iu tho culture of the plant, and who has
just trafeled through the C"untis of Lnion, Hen
Oerson, llotkius, Dai, Hancock, snd Breckiu
ridge, on the oppodte si le of the river, for the pur
pose of learning the piwpecta of ihe crops, con
Iridictt the flitt -ring rcpr. S 'ntitions we have bad
of the growth of the tobacco plant
He tells us that the plants are coming up in abun
dance, but that they are but j it miking their ap
pearance ; fiat the plant cauuol allaio the siae in
the bed f r transplanting tu lei than sixty davs,
nd tint Tobacco tratipl toted after the 1st of July
cannot produce any thiui; btter than good lugs.
Without sn extraordinarily fivorable season, our
friend thinks tta- crop of lj"accj nitisi be very in
ferior and hott iu all ttie coiniics he has fUiied.
t'vttnuvitlf (In.) JittrHal, Miy I2f'.
tST CeTn is selling at St. Joseph, Miwurl, at
f 1 2i per buli 1
Tn WntAT Citor The N", w Albany (la.) LtJ
per is it.f jnued by a gentli-iiiau who is htuifrlf a
practical farim r an l a cr. Ijl and accurate o'xerv
rr of the crop IrJin year 1 1 ver, that be has re
cently paS -ed over C'insid rill portions of Hoyd,
llarri.-on, and Washiuiontcouuiiee, luiiiana, aud
rfeiyluae the growing wheat wal lu most excel
lent coudition, giving p oiuiae of an abundant crop.
Ilia grhera.lr am; 1 iick un the ground aud of
Ood c lor. No worm or maccl be. a yet attacked
the plains, and unless feiy unf.vi.r itile weather
anould occur bet ecu lua aiii barfjat, the yield
lit ba abuu Jant.
I reskfi's milincTr llLiBienU
W doubt whether the fal dames and belles of
Nashville have tftt ex. erien ed so mu.'h difficulty
in tne Dclecllwu tt at iMMiucl, as this Season, at till
establish wen i. The cause is oot io be louud lu the
uv,'mvi ntHuiw uvwv v, fciL'kiWUiucn ill k . 1 fc 1 r
tastes, nor iu the paucity of the stock or inelcgatic
of the stylo. No; we tuuat look fcT It io some
other quarter. Their fancies, to tell the truth, Lav
been bewildered by the great variety aud beauty of
the assortment to choose from. They experience
ecb seusaiioos while U holding It, at oue feels
in a rich cooserv story surrounded by the rar-st ex
otica, audlaf ed io thiir delicious perfumes. They fcavo
auco e-motious as led the pot to wUh that the
Jipl ol ail wuinaokiud, eapccully the brsuti. , were
condeus-4 iato one pretiy piuliug pair that he
miht, la kiHdr-g them, kii. the whole rscr. Wbrre
there is to tuu h elesuce, o ret a variety, a
choice mutt be difficult. Tne iLiuj', u.tural; aud
the dor cicaturea are not to tlatue. But not of bou
pets alone doe Crooker's congress conaiaL Nearly
all descriptions of millinery goods are represented
titers from the tightest and most ttliertaJ to the
heavier fabrics which art produces to adora the
oveliecl of aatura's baadiwoiks. a la U
tjt kavs es bnd a few baadmiM aATTAM f RWIiftl,
Aaal ao4 KUCaiU cliaiait tiauraa
curruui c-xiuiii,iA.w a wott kAKna
Ktw MAUUU WIUOX.
May 15 Umpire, Paducab ;
16 Cuba, "
Quaker City, Cincinnati.
Cuba, Paducab ;
tSRiver rising slowly with 8 feet water oa the
f The J. G. Clioe departs for Memphis to
day. Fob Si. Locis. 1 he fine passenger steamer Sal
lit Wat arrived car'y yesterday morning from St.
Louii with a large trip ol passeogers and heavy
freight lirt, a good portion of which goes to Geor
gia, by railroad, from this city. She will leave on
return trip to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock precise
ly. .Persons wijbing to go on her ought to make
early ajfplication (or room as she will undoubtedly
be full dpt. Corbelt, tbe people's favorite, is iu
command, and E. C. Doyle tbe Commodore one
of tbe peoph, prendie in the office.
C5T The Quker City arrived from Cincinnati
on Saturday uud will probably leave on return trip
t2T Tbe AliU ia at the wbarf and will leave
to-day for Paducab.
EST" The Cliiu had not arrived at ft o'clock last
night, but will probably be found at the wharf this
morning. She will leave at 5 o'clock for Memphis.
A fast snd pleasant trip to all who avail themselves
of the comptny of Capt. Cartwright and Frank
Shackl. fjrd, tbe youthful ccion, and one of the
cleverest oi tbe "extensive Caney Fork family."
JAS. II. KENDUICK,
M, Cherry Street, XatlwilU,)
zx 13 3?i x t ur o
OF ALL KINDS,
for Gas, Oil, or Candles ; and is prepared to bare
done in the best manner.
To Architect Bankers, Contractors and
J ; Cells and Doors,
Fire Proof Shutters and Doors,
Iron Grating &.C.
JTEItY facility for doing and setting up the above work.
jP Catalogue of designs and prices seat by man.
T. F. BiKEt.
275 Fifth at., near Western Kow, 0u.,0.
ma 6 1 Bid Aw.
JOHN C. SCIIOOLEY &, CO.,
No. 168 Vine Street,
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE
Send for printed Bills of Prices.
CITY CLOTHING STOUC,
Of SSpring and Summer Goods.
M 11 RC II ANT TAILOR,
MAKKIr STRICT, !'aaliwilletTenn.
UA VINQ litrlv relltted and enlarged -ur establishment,
and received a large aldition to our former extensive
SPR1XO AND SUMMER GOODS.
We can fill a! orders for Clothing on the shortest notice
at p( ices that will suit all purchaaers.
Our stock of
Heady Made Clothing,
is now combine butii for Ueutleoien's and tin , s wear, and
we confidently beueve that wecan give general satisfaction
to sll h wdl give oiacall. M. St LZUACiitR. Ag'u
a. o. smith. a. r. octhiiii. obo. j. loiLiit
hMITII, GUT1IIIIE & CO.,
DEALERS IS 9
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
AID AQEXT8 Vol TBB S1LB Of
VIltRIMA A; Ti;SMSEE TOIIACCO
No- 6C4 Main St , Between Second and Third,
L0CISVII Lit, KT.
Southwestern Seed and Jlgricultura
615 MAIN SIEEET, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
UR Block of Seeds is now complete, coDsiitm la
S.ihmI baxhela Kntoikjr Blue Oraas Seed;
S.ooO " Orchard do do;
hkJ m Bed Top or Herds Urata Seed;
fciH) u limo'iiy do;
.MW " Clover do;
'-Kl " Onii Orange !do;
,8iO Millet do;
fit0 " Hemp do;
Mi Canarr do.
t2uu Top Onions.
5-GARDEN SEEDS) GARDEN SEEDS 13
Wa are prepared to furnish fresh and genuine Gardra
Seeds, of the growth of IMi, hv the poun 1, single paer, or
n boxes cuotainirg 100orzM paixrs. A liberal dMounl
Bale to dealers. Orders respectf jIIv .nllcited.
JanW PITKIN BKOTHKBg.
w. riiLura. w a. e i s.i. a. nioi. t. auoa.r
C. VV. PHILLIPS & CO,
W1LMA31.S, PHILLIPS it CO.,
i .tiox ftrrii:i:T,
I'EKKIXS & CO..
General Commission 3Ierchants,
N i: V O U L K AXS.
W. M. PrRKlN8.' srt2ft dtwaw
Onnn 'R,:'1'CJun received ant far sale jr
yt.w SOUA I OIMTAIN.
CHA8 MltXtR has just Oj-eoe t hi superb aew o.1a
Fountain, at his stnrr, No. 4a Cherry street, where ha
eaa, at ail tiaiea, supply ihs thirsty with a delieioiu and
health beveraire. lis invites the a'.iealioa M th. pab'ie
to b's rs el'llliiiDl, and pruoiae la keep a liberal rupply
oi ail tbe rcii ciniuc ceiitacict ol Utt iea.uo aonatajitit eo
to n t:vAu.
T HIRED a aeg- eoma by the aatoe of Isabat'a, tn (Mr.
X M. M. Alien, a ttroaii .1 hr tbe nreeeoi year, itne
he haaraa away tine it of a bright copper enkir. atoul
31 year altl bMHlium us ba. very leva sparkuns evea.
her trout lrUi arc very bd she fteqa-ntly wears faUa
terth aud ear rini-a I hava aodibl tut what she u ia the
city I ili (ire the above reward heber delivery In m.
May I, lsar. R. W. WKTl-IU
(Ill UXD Y CO UXTY, TEXX.
rPH; favariie Buinaaer rewrt, wil be sfae4 for the ra
X epu-a of Kiura ee the l.tof Jane ant.
A aew uotal txnl line and wiaav wew Cabias have baa a
aract and ad will aw fa'cUhtd with ealireiy aew aaa aa
peopnai Varauarw ad a'raimeBM are perlectad M
bats lb table sappUs wtik ait ibe lua arias aud dehtiaetaa
arf Ueiaaaoa oJ fcewlm Alies and a toe Ball
auppwd i h a"t, are giauutwa. avsureuew lur tbe
be. un aad tisaiswiu a siU.
V id, aud Liauura, t fe 4 aaaM'y. will ba annnliaal Air
UtM a od nm aw, bat aa aaWoa will ba shsn.
bambaaa l b'.l. vrlj prauaai4 and sm MrUaaaln&.l
r .. - - A - .
TUa tt'iibf co..ii. by laitraad ta UeWitia
Viile, lheie by "4 tvaetwa ) kiwi; a fm4 ft.t
aecai-adaiiaa wul bj tjtiui at bwut Tvliaaa and Ms
Muiavili. tur Uiirae pr.terricj; to r.aaia avee at saImt
t'laoe, a Ibatr way. A.naa'cwM a-e nad ta b-va
lacks, Ui((mt aaa fdlle slersaa lur kre aat foed sU
bnua, prwt.dcd lur lb b.kCi.f WiOa tfeaaa laur .s
Tba read (ran UcUiaaviUa U the baas trf tba eeaiata,
haa beea put ta Cue arawr, aad tbe Moautaia mad gTadad
aad aaata af taav aaccAt A daily Ball WiU be rsutved
treat ha.h villa saulbf tbe vatias mw.
1 ba nun aiaaafcweat ml lb bwaieaas af t4 liotel W1B
eeulve apoa Jaa. g. r-U tea years past at lbs Cay
Hatai, Naan la
faiiaa 1 pr dy-$! per week sod S ar avaciX.
Ckl da aav aereaina ta fr'bw.
IW bit aaiia ebara tw are er Hthl
Hn br ba fj.rtl.fl. Hi I. f rTMula.
4 icjaiy i.
Ill THD NATIONAL,
Reports Turnisaed by the Aasoeiated Presa.
ADDITIONAL FOEEIQN KEWS.
Fbance. It Is reported that if not allowed an
embassy atPckin. the French, io concert with ihe
English, will penetrate to the capital and there dic
tate terms to the CLtuise.
Chixa. Tbe coolies on bosrd the Peruvian ship
Carmen, lor Caltao, set the vessel afire and all on
board (200) pi-riehed. :
The coolies on board the steanmhip Go'nsre re
Tolted and set tbe vessel on fire ; but it was extin
guished, and 2? coolies were killed in the struggle.
Shanghai. It U reported that the rebel burned
Ileohen. iu the Droviuce of Kiarg hnatid
Fifteen flips of tea were d- Etrojed at Mandarin.
The autboritU-sof Whanipoa seuteoced some Chi
nese merchants to death for conversing with tbe
English on commercial matters, contrary to com
Switzerland The Kine of Pnpsia in the Bet-
tlement erts a million Irenes; bnt tbe Swis will
not recognise bis title of Prince of NeufchsteL
Tbe Duchess of Gloucester died April !5uth.
Theie was no opposing candiilate for Speaker in
tbe Iioue of Commons to John Eveljo Dennison.
The Board of Trade say the exports ior March
were 1,000, 000 pounds steniug more than the same
month last yar.
Ltriy Franklin hsi purchased the Aberdeen clip
per and given it in command of dpt. Mcuintock,
for another search for'her husband.
It is thought that Lrd PalTierston will intro
duce a reform bill extending suffrage, to disarm ri
valry in the new Parliament.
WabBingto", May 16. The treasury dparf-
ment has is-uej addicional regulation for tbe col
lection of customs under the new tariff. Tbe old
regulations are applicable to section 20th of the
act of August, 1842, an I furnishes a rule for ac-
lions not D;ial'y designated on the schedules of
the act of 1857. Except where tbe liw has been
modified, all articles uot rusceptibleof clasification,
are liable to a duty of Eileen per cent. Merchan
dise in public atoree, or in bond, or in tranaitn un
der b3ud ou the first of July next, will be sjtj.ct,
on withdrawal lor coiijuinp'ion, to the duties prt
scribed by the act of 1857. Wool estimated at
twenty cents, at the port of exportation, does not
include the charges ol shipment-
The cabinet are considering tbe appointment of
appraisers for the respective Custom-huuse. The
result has not yet transpired.
V. N. tialdeman. editor of the Louisville Courier.
ia appointed Collector nt Louisville. Eiward S.
Hugh, is re-appointed Collector at Alexandria, Va.
Passed assistant Surgeon llorner, of tbe Navy, has
Charleston, May 15. The ship Sro!iDt, from
New York to New Orleans, put into Nassau iu dis-
Washington, May 16 Senate Butler's health
is very preciriom, and tiis death ia daiiv expected.
The steamer North Star, for Havre; Herman for
Bremen, and Leopold first for Antwerp, sailed from
here to-day. The amount of epecie tney took was
but small. Among the North Star a passengers was
the liev. H'.charu Newton, ol bi. Pauls, Pniladel-
Sr. Louis, May 16. River rising.
Mehphh, May 16. The river is rising rapidly.
Locisvillk, May 16. The river m fulling, with
6 feet Water O.t tbe pn-8 over the f.lis.
An aiiction 8 tie of 16.000 bushels of corn was
mado here to-Jay at au average of 96 cents per
Washington, May 16 Official despatches war
rant the belief that Riiham Young lias fl 'd from
Utah. It U known that he was in a treaty with
the Indians ior his safe conduct through their
country. Kx-Justioe Drumniond has a:rivedhere
fur coiiouluuou on affair of the Territory.
Detroit, May 16. The citizen have agreed to
raise $5,000 f r the relief f the citi.ens who sre
in a stati of starvation in Gratiot county, Michigan.
C O M M E II C I A L
DAILY PATRIOT OKFICK, i
Vat lSth, IH5T. f
Corroa There wai nothing done in Cjtton Saturday, not
a half having been o!!ered fir sale.
TostCiTO No lales sine: Ftidty.
Bacon The demand fir Bacon continues ac'lve and tha
sapplieslight. Pces have, cone'iuentl.r, improved. Hams
are now worth 12c per lb; clear sides l'Jalc; fhouUers
lie; hog round 11, '412(3.
FLOca Stock titflit. Wc hr of no sales except tu con
sumers, at retail, at fTaS per bbl.
Lard Demand brisk. Woul bring 14c per lb readily.
Cuaklfsios, May 14,1, P. M.
Cottos The depression co itinues aid p ices are ia f.vor
of buyers. Sales to-day i"0 bales at 11. 3.
A ti su otu. .Market.
Xcoita, My 14, P. M
Corrna The market continues dull and drpre'sed. All
parties wailing for sec unts.
Bacoa The demand is brhk, and prie s are st:ff-hof
tounn is worm l "tc
HICIH.Y IMPORTANT TO
BECTIFIERS, LIQUOR MERCHANTS AND
nu. n:i cnrv .M;i:ii's
Flavoring's to Prod ace at a Moment's Notice every
The undi r'iirued has litely made great improvements in
this brxT ci of buaircs. Ti.e Flavoring! are put up io pack-ag-sof
5, to, an I 4 Gallons, and r. quire hot the aldition
of Pure spirit, either inter 4ih proof, atd Liquors, such as
'reiac, ei'.t.er d tr or pale. Hoi. and and Kneiirh in, Ja-
mair ant M. rcl hi m, Monong-hela, Bourbin, I lh and
K-o'ch Whisky. Apile, Pench Chfrry and Ra-barry
nranitr, ror: and M i lei a ines w II be instantly produced.
U requires no sk II, but an antit on rf a rood spirit,.ay 50
gal on. m earngailnn rr tne re reive rlaroilng.
1 h best Cooae Oil, gren, Tel ow an I white, warranted
genuine, as low as any ot ier Importer ciia'g-'S lur the re
K aeuees of enre L quor. Fi tract of Cognac, 1 lb of
wnico produces roe s: lion- r Cegoac.
Raw Wlu,ky may by Dr. F.iae and borfy prepiration be
male sn-ooi'i an-i with tot a r 11 ng expense.
Tne prices of Hawing are titren ely moderate, and di-
rectioni in rail soppl.ed he
Dt. L WIS PM'rHTANOf'R.
Clmnit and nifmH'r of Drtm. kmmtial HU and it-
tal; Ihigurmotyj and J'twhigrapic ClirmiCL U.
1V. 143 Maiden Laitie, Sew York
April l n 1aw-1 .
i:. j. holmes'
IMPROVED SEAMLESS WHALEBONE
UKtake pleasure in again Introducing our Improved
Aeamlrse fkirt, as being tbe most acceptable and re
liable arti :1 ia market; we are aware that many new stylee
called improvements are before the public, such as India
Rubber tiutta Peroha, Kalian, Aa., all of which we lave if
Called Kir hoi cannot recom-nend them, as wa hare ex
periment wun ana tetiea mem an (not of them two
years since.) submitting them to tbe ludgm nt of compe
tent ladies to decide upan their merits, and have fband
them, from actual use, to b ia all important reaped, ie
eidedly inferior to our properly prepared Whaltbonr,
wtnen baa been in e trie at two yeera, and lor which
has been expressed frm ail parts of the country entire
satisfaction, and we have the more positive eviiicoca from
ear own lar-e reia.l irai-, amounting to many doaens per
oay. T iereiore we eunadenily recommend our frkiris ta
be Ihe lot ohiectionable of anyth ng in ate; posarwfrf
m ny a iTaniajes ." ta no oiimr .Miri, tbe moat Im
portant of which is aerire nf ri iiUic Cbroe at the bottom.
uiaiif rrowine onis innerta! tnat can be used that will re
cover its place when preaied out ol shape, will Dot roll nor
co.i, is not aCecie l by hrat or cold and ean be warhed
w thout injury. Thete Cords at the bottom, instead el
bone, which are eacectingiy awkward and iucoaven.ent,
with ur own prepare I bones above and a labrw maaufae-
turt d ty uuis.-ivei eiiresiy for our gnodt, in our estima
tion and tha oiiuition of tl.-unds whj have used litem.
produce a pun, ana trie euly fkiri equally adapted t tbe
parlor the tr-et, and trie crowd, givioa a proixv. f rue
ful anJ elegant fonn 1 1 a La ly's drees light, pliable, easily
auuied an l in every reaped a compile arucie Ibe pub
lic are Cautioned ag.iul all imi'atioai or ether foods rail
ed Keam!ee tkiru. Krery genuine article la lbped, K,
A J. Holme.' Improved e .invest Whaleboae 9kirt, aad ara
lor sale at V Market street, rhila-lelpnia, aad in trie prin
cipal ioioin tiouaetia -ew I or a anu bo.ion.
Ho-eeiK, ,a. I, 11I. tlJ. UOLMU A CO.
febi f lw4w- Ia 4 ia
II tsthajtibcr has iease-i this delightful etab'1hmnt
(or a tert cf jeara, at d baa (.at u isgood leuair, rar-
nl'hel and rtfl:il tiirnqfhout; rroTKiaJ aa X9e:eat
and a. nu.tr; bes'- of c ok and "erraa a, and is dtwrmia ed
l see il ia a manner e e it aula n himself, aad worthy of
the publw petronag). w nl be openel to Uat public oa Uia
Or: I of J.n. lyna la lw aeti snova ta need particular
deacrip iua. J MOSUIH.
lMTlaMUU Julr IiO, ISoX
rpH IS Uiv baa taken the erat prenium at the Rtats aad
X Ooanty faira ia Vt, H. UMaaa., lad. and OLio, ia iba
Witb mis Hive aay aa may keen beeswl'b pwrAret sale
ly aad suceeea, siaea a3 diSeaity and aoart4uatf ara aa-
t re y removes.
1 ba ba may ba made ta mw rrasa eaa ee irore hfeea.
ae saav be wnwducted tola eav aawtbe- of hives witAassf
Miwii and st d bare a fU niy'v f 0nt.
Tne le. ara eeure.y pruitwi from saa am-Maui aaa
Uier tnaweta, WS el an4 aud raia the Bees, lbiawa
wsamtfU, if a.aos(ed aecvr J ag la tbe sUraetaawi wake are
atvea la tba bank,
Tbe Beea b.ve aa apenrtanll f ta tift-ie la tie tfirtag.
aad dear aba aitk lias 'fcr birea, alUiaal 6j leg at U
die aa tbe anow.
Tbe aha can at aay tins be removed rrrjaa us aires tuw
ewi diatabtBg III bei
Tae Beea eaa batrmasfeirta atartaa aa aaeeaaarj, te five
tbeas new 1Mb, aa I wttbeal litiiLgtbans.
liwrevwatiaU pwaaibtlltyaf iorio. h i!e reeJing .
It as tbsjfw gt seetilated lbrab04i Ia4 drawer a. alvaa.
Ikoa.y baaaa, aad cbaatbera.
Tba wart aad prog rwa if tba Bees stay be aasa hi t&a
lnvaa,bee(-boaaa aad feed tawea,
Intirtri aa Ceaaty if ! be aala ia tba Bute i Teweea-
ae, with boo I a, Hat ef VmnI a , gll ( UU dtrweuwaa be
abating Ue Hit and aananf tba Jleea. AU tMlrrt aad
Kunle!ieNaV4dreawa4M O. U aa 1 a
stayl laa. KaaaviateiTeat.
filUriS riUI.U.-n.is4.rbl4li Wetraswle. j
J ed t. bU IL. Lua Cubr. Mh i imsat iu
ed Ul. O. H. hLsa' LU Ag.at,
tAivftal Cwaaf Ua4 aa4 fiaci .&,
tW PISS0SS 07 SEUENIAST HABITS, who
ara generally affected with Vertigo, Languor andexhavf
tivn, Aaniea and Headache, have ia Cotrbave,tlHoliand
Bitten a grateful remedy. It gives strength and energy
to tha system, stimulates tbe digestive organs, and cor
rects acidity of the stomach-
We wool d caution the "public against parchasing any of
the many imitations of this delightful Aroma. To preveat
imposi iona, be careful to ask Ior ECERHAViVS HOLLAND
B1TTER3. ' ' , .
HoHo way'i Ointment and Pills are highly recom
mended for the care of Erysipelas. They act in unison
upon the system, cleansing and purifying tLe blood, aad
never fail to core any tktn disease, bowever desperate the
. , . ... . - . OA U.I.m
case may be. bo to at use manuiacaory, o. ov,uc.
Lane, New York, and No. H4, Strand London ; and bv all
druggists at 25c., and $1 per pot or boa.
The riux alDTiiliiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pain?, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It ean now be cured ia every case tor ia
cents, by tbe use ef TUCKEK'3 CHOLERA SYBTJF,
which haa been tested by the best physician! in tha Sooth
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectual
remedy now in a-e. It has performed more astonishing
enrea than any other specific A human life can be saved
ia nine cases ouof ten by an investment of T5 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
Toraaeby KLRSAN A EAINS and T. WELL?, Drag-
eU J. aprx Bra
"Woodland Cream M A Pomade for beautifying the
Hair highly perlumed, superior to any French article
imported, and for half the price. For dressing Ladlea Hair
It has no equal, giving it a bright gloasy appearance. It
oaosei Gentlemen's Uair to earl in the most natural man-
r. It removea dandruff, alwayi giving the bair the ap-
peasfance of being fresh shampooned. Price only fifty cents.
Noofc genuine unless signed
FJlT21DGE k CO., Proprietors of the
"Balm of Thousand Flowera,
Sold by all Drnggiati. Niw Yoar.
Worth of Piece Goods juit received, comprising an ex
tensive stock of Cloths of various colon and of the finest
texture ; also, Black and Fancy French, English and Amer
ican Cassimerea and Vesting! in the greatest variety. All
adapted to the Spring trade and made up to order In the
" Haavai" it still at bis board.
mil CLIFTON ABBOTT.
BEST HAIR DYE IU THE WORLD.
Tbli It strong language, yet Booli's Ilscteic Eaib Dti
(recently improved) was proved to be so, by the judges at
the late Mechanic'! Fair, held In Boston, (among whom wai
Dr. Hayi, the eminent chemist and State aasayer)who
awarded It the PRIZE MEDAL AND DIPLOMA, over the
choicest Hair Dyei on exhibition from all parts of Ihe Cnion.
Its unparalleled inperiority consists in, 1st. Tbe ingredients
are nourishing to the bair, not destructive, as others. Sd.
Doei not stain nor hurt the skin. 8d. Ii easily applied and
dyes the hair any color required, from a delicate brown to
a deep black, so natural as to appear marvelloui. Manu
lacturtd, sold and applied by WM. BOOLE, 277 Washington
street, Boston. declO tillmay8I
Are) on Gettlna; Bald 7
la yoar hair turning grey f Do yon wish to cultivate good
whUkeri and moustaches f Your hair to be soft, silky and
glossy T Your head to be cool, comfortable and free of od-
rafff Mothers I are your children to have luxuriant beads
of hair Then use Boole's Hrrcaio Flow, which never
'attain its unerring effects. Prices 36 eta, &0cts, 7Scts, and
11 5G per bottle. Bogle's Balm of Cytberia atandi unri
valled for eradicating tan aid pimples, and beautifying the
complexion. Price 50 eta. Inventor and proprietor, W.
Bode, Boston, and sold by Druggists everywhere.
Pianos and Music. We learn that Horace
Waters, of S83 Broadway, N. Yn agent for the sale of many
of the most celebrated makers of Pianos and Melodeosi, ii
Offering them at prices which we adviae all who desire to
purchase to avail themselves of. He ii alio selling hia large
and well-known Catalogue of Music at one-third off from the
regular prices, and will forward the tame free of postage.
Hit offers to the trade, teachers, and schools, are of the most
favorable character all of which be wll ibe able to Bll tothe
letter, for having wisely adopted the cash system. The
Horace Waters Pianos are known as among the very best.
We are enabled to speak of those Instruments with some
degree of confidence, from personal knowledge of their ex
cellent tone and durable quality. tf. T. KrangelUt.
Joas D. Jamks, Pres't. D. D. Jamis. Cashier.
Deals In sight and time Bills. Gold and Silver and Uncur
rent Bank Notes, mukes collections in all parts of the coun
try, will give the highest market price for Land Warranti
anu pay interest on deposites. JanlO.
We are fust in receipt of a large assortment of Embroi
deries of New Styles, Black and White Laces and Edgingi
of all widths and mperior quality, Bonnet anl Sash Rib
bons, Satin Taffeta Ribbons of all wldthi anl colors.
A. J. DUNCAN k CO., Public Square.
We have now in store the largest and best allotted Mock
of WHITE GOODS of French and English manufactures.
Swisi, Moll and Nainsook Muslim ilso Jsonetts and Cam
brics which we are selling at low prices.
A. J. DUNCAN k CO., Publio Square.
We are now In reteii of a large stock of French and
Irish Linens, Linen 8 leetings and Pillaw Case Lineni of
all widths, Fancy Colored Linens, Ac, Ac.
A. I. DDVCAW A CO.
25 cases French OHR ANDirS, J ACONETTS.
and fine M t"Sl,a.M of entire new sty lea, to which we
invite the attention of dealers.
A. J. DTJNCAM A CO.
M cam new ityle PHIXTS added la our stock, all
of the latest Spring atyles. A. J. DUNCAN A CO.
Our stock is large and well anorted and will be kept up
by the addition of New Goods throughout tha season.
A J. nCNCAN.
march 2 8
No. 70 Public Square.
TO TllOSli WHO f.OVK Til EI It I'LL.
T HAVE A REMIDY (PURELY VEGETABLE) FOR FEVFR
1 and Ague, Fit, an l ral inr PIckB as. which haa NEVER
riii-t smjwhtj rtu, n . as plevtant. and as etietp.
aa it ii efficacious. Any person who will sand me the names,
and d rectioni o tie reaidenoea. of tea icdividuali alek of
,nn?um;tion, or any disease of tlie Chest or Lnnrs. or suf
fering from a broken down aad shattered Conatitut'on, will
recede aa a reward this Recipe. It embodies tall Inati no
tion, for Baking and alaiulstetl'-g this won erful Medlciae.
Addreas, 1K. 1 ZA'JY UKUUXWE,
may8 dtalmlns. Mf York PuatoRoa.
A 1X persons hsving claims agaiutt Gilbert A Co., cor.
I A. oer uroed and Co lege streets, are requested to pro-
seat the aan.e immediately, for settlement. And all
pervini oving tha concern, by note or account, are re
quested to mass lmme-11 tie payment-
H e return ear sincere thanks, to a liberal pa bile, for tne
eatronag heretofre bs towel upon us, an l noue a merit
and rereve a eonunatnee of tbe same. when, ia a few
aaye. wa rain oa anaer neadway agaia
OILBF.ICT A CO.
CIIICKRRIXU & SO.V4
P I L m S !
' 1 1 1I subscriber having b -en appointed Sola Ageat toe
a Ihe sale of ihe above oalebra'ed In tire meet for NasK-
vil a and Ml. id la Trwnce, haa last a the ro m aver C. 1
! niith'a Boos:or, No. 41 Crntege itreet, where he haa bow
open aud ft r sale, aa tiwincil of the dirfereat nalteewe
of 4, 6 V, aod I eeiaava, oae 1-e.aUfully earred la the style
U Louis XIV. Pjrw.aaeea aad Ibe (.Li st g eaeraliy are
respertfuily invtud to call aa ext-nlae tbia Ana stuck of
riao ia, wnten, ror beadiy oi naisb, muaesa aaJ power of
tone and el-l-elty ef touch, eanaot b sirpasted b aay
Piano i masafaetured ther ia tht t'nlteJ States er tarope.
every InairuneBl warraa'el anl sold at Btaaufaeiaiier a
prices, adding euat ol traasportaloa ow y.
k. At ILLO, Mle Agent nt Cnic sertrg A Son.
Foe Nahrlaao4 Mid He Teones.ee.
I IT Entraace U Pians atooat Ihreigt C W fntUi'i
Bootiaare, 41 CuJ.ege-at. . apt st tadatr.-w
UK AND OPC'IJTO DHPLAT
OF FRENCH PATTEAS
INo. 3Z Lnion Mret,
AT T?I XZV TOSS XIU.IIZ2Y XXPJ2I9X.
'PHI large aa Walt a- t-Mi eWfatat eiae. a the above
X Uweda evea erxoed ia tbil ety. Oar ataay ettaieaaara
ta taeaaty aad trfMu use HAate atiy re! aa eotaia
tag food bai-gaiaa ed
Fiai. aad tdu.
Head t'rsaaea, tffba,aea
titawaauatja, FroA Fleers,
Maaiiiiaa, taawwuti nas,
Lavue t afwae i apt,
, fal. at luirauei (klrla,
La, li e Cane la, e wry ityla, "
Asia vafwiy Uwe fiacv boods.
Ws are coatsallj raawtviaar aooierAtcx aew ever Aaa.
P"a.A aed laaey
11AIU ULO-tD, lXO!ETa AD HATS.
Bleaebed aad shaped tae yraneai atyta ay tbe aew ItaJlaa
s er Bat tba kave fall wtaer partW
i aoae 'np Brewa,' & fn n a-.rwt.
Warraated aa be i
C. LL STEWAET.
U'holeiale and i( e t a 1 1
iUOCi:U 4l C'O.tlJllSStO nEIICUAKT
HQ. 41 BROADWAY. IliunLLt
VtT The bltbees NarMI ark tald to. r,-e.ie. I
Atscefa-lkiSja. aii-Wlw "'MsiisU A4ttfi.
VALTJABL2 SEAL ESTATE JO 3. SALS-
HAVINQ sold, within tbe last twelee month.., eight
tracta or parcels of Land to eight different persons, ia
some evidence that I am offering good bargains. I have
a lew more to offer to those wishing lo purc'iaie. As I am
improving a Farm near Ashport, Tennon the Mississippi
River, I have determined to sell my Land in Davidson and
Sumner counties daring the present year, to concentrate
my Dullness atone poict The Farm I restte on, 7f mdei
from Nashville, near the Naahviile and Ltuisille Railroad
and the Gallatin Tnenpike, bair mile from Cumberland
R'ver, containing 128 acres, well improved, with a good
rick boose with seven rooms, kitchen, store-room and
1" ' the "e'nent story, all accessary out build-
"eJ deacriptioa, of cedar timber, superior fruit
7"- nn rardea and vineyard about SO acr i dear
T ' nce rood timber, aad well set in blae grass. A
wV.hi.f hihT 9Plying to.L.R.W.Br-wa,
Nashville, or to myaelf. upon the premise.
a. n ,7 cres ' to suit purchasers. 10 mllei
from Gallal in, near the : Railroad. A good chance for per
son! of small capital who want home. Termi easy, aul
time will be given. Apply to Joseph d. Wallace. Sumner
county, or to tbe undersigned, at hit residence. I have
also, Steam Saw Mill Machinery and Horse Mill Power lor
sale at a bargain. b. EMB&T.
Extensive Sale of Ileal Estate.
WILL be told on the premises, 8 miles from
Nashville, one mile westof Antinch Depot, N. A TT
C R. R.. and one mile east of 2nd gate on the No-
lensvii'e Pike. The well known homestead of Hay's Black
OXTUESDA T,19TH MA Y,
In lots as shown In the -plot.
Lot No. 1. Contains One Hundred Acres, and ha son It an
excellent Brick dwelling with g rooms, all in good reptlr;
One of the best Horse Mills in Middle Tennessee, with Bott-ng-Cloth
and a Thrasher, attached: every out houe that
ean render a farm desirable; bearing Orchards of every
rait. And, as ihowo on the plot; plenty of wood'and for
all the purposes of the farm; the soil Is good, and the
Springs shown are all of the very best.
The remaining loti are all desirable, an l every foot of
them free from any impediment to cultivation.
At the same time we will sell
FIFTY ACRES OF HEAVILY TIMBER
One mile East of Ant'oeh Depot, N. A 0. R. R. adjoining the
lands of Messrs. Paine, Gregory A others. And
FIFTEEN" ACRES OF FINE CEDAR LAND,
about one mile East of the Marfreesboro Turnpike, 10
miles frm Nashville.
Taava Tbs Homestead, upon a ereditof one-third pay
er le 25:h. December next, the balance in one and two years,
porch -er giving bond with approved tecaritv, for the first
payment, and a lien r-sta :aed for the r-'uvn lr.
The Timbered and Uedar Landt, m a ered't of Six,
Twelve and Eighteen months. Notes wit i approve! rem
rity. Posesioa g'ven so soon as notes arts executed, of the
Timber and '.'ed tr, unconditional. Of the Homestead with
the encumbrance, that the ren'er, Mr. r. J. Redman ia to
occupy the premises no tii lit , Januiry next.
Omnibn.sei will leave th i corner of Cedr and Ch-rry
Street., at 9 o'clock, for the a tie. Passage to and from
free. Collation aa usual, and all are invited to attend.
Apr. 80th, ?7.-lf. E R-GLA 'OCU Aren
L0N3 CSEEK KILLS F0S SALE -RISE OPPOR
TUNITY 13 LASD-SUIZES.
WE offer for sale about 121 a acres of Land, on Long
Creek, about 16 miles North of Nashville. A large
portion of the same ia well timbered; a splendid Saw M ill,
propelled by a never-failing stream of water; many conve
nient and comfortable improvements; whole tract splendid
ly watered, and capable of making an excellent stock-farm:
there is on the mill-yard from ('i.uOd to $3,000 worth of
awed timber; one or more wagon and teams; stock hogs,
cattle, Ac., Ac , wi h every article neoeeary to carry on
mch an establishment. Toenterpriiingabusiness men, this
altogether offers a most ipleadid opportunity to make a
TiaMS. Three equal pavmenta la fi, 13 and 24 months,
satisfactorily secured, payab'e in B ink with interest, and a
lien retained aa usual. Apply to
march24 NANCE A WOODWARD.
CHOICE FAEM LANDS FOE SALE.
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. COMPANY-
IS SOW PaiFARU) TO SUA, ABOIT
1,500,000 Acres of
CHOICE FARMING LANDS.
IN TRACTS OP 40 ACRES A CFWAtlDS,
05 LONG CEEUIIS AND AT LOW SITES OF
rpHESE lands were granted by the Government to aid in
1 the construction of this Koad, and are among the
richest and most fertile in the world. They extend from
North-east and North-west, through the middle of the
State, lo the extreme South, and include every variety of
elimate and productions found between those paral els of
latitude. The Northern portion is chiefly prairie, inter
Kpersed with fine groves, and in the middle and .-outhern
sections timber predominates, alternating with beautifu'
prairies and openings
The climate is more healthy, mild and equable than any
other part of the country the air ii pure and bracing,
while living streams and springs of excellent water abound.
Bituminous Coal is extensively mined, and supplies a
ehenp and desirable fuel, being furnished at many points
at J lo 14 per ton and wood can ba had at the same rale
Building Stone of excellent quality also abounds, which
can be procured lor little more than the expense of trans
portation. Ihe great fertility of these lands, which are a Hack rich
moul l from two to five feet deep, and gently rollin , their
contiguity to this Road, by which every facility is furnithed
for travel and transportation, to the principal market!
North, South, East, West, and the economy with which
they ean be cultivated, render them the most valuable in
vestment ibatcan be found; and present the most favorable
opportunity, for persons of industrious bablis and small
meant, to acquire a comfortable Independence in a few
Chicago Is now tha greatest grain market In the worl J
and the facility and economy with which the product! o
these lands c in be transported to that market, make them
much more profitable, at the prices aked, than those more
remote at government rate', as the additional coit of
transportation is a perpetual tax oo the latter, which must
be borne by tne producer, in the reduced price be receives
for his grain, Ac.
The Title ii perfect and when the final payments are
made, Deeds are executed by the Trustees appointed by
tne mate, and in shod tbe tills It rested, to tne purchasers,
which convey to them absolute titles it. Fee Simple, free and
clear oi every incumberance, l.en or mortgage.
The prices are from $i to SiU; Interest only 8 per cent.
Twenty percent will be deductel from the credit erica
Those who purchase on long credit, give notes psyab'e
in a. a, t,o ana e years alter dale, and are required to im
prove one tenth annually for fire yeara, so aa to have one
half the land under cultivation, at the end of the time.
Competent burreyori will aecompaay those who wish to
examine trie e Laiiui, I.ee of charge, and aid them ia
Tbe lands remaining unsold are at rich and valuable aa
those which have been disposed of.
sectional M tps will be aent to anv one who will enclose
fifty cents in Postage Stampe, and Books or Pamphlets con
taming numerous instances of sacceetlul farming, signed
by respectable and well-known farmers living In the
neighborhood of the Railroad Lands, threughoat the State
alio ihe coat of fencing, price of cattle, expense of har
vesting, ihretblng, tie-or ary other information will
be eheerfaly riven on application, either personally or by
letter, iu avugiisn, rreucn.or uermtn, aonressed to
Land Commissioner of the Illinois Central R. R. Co.
rer- Office ia Illinois Central Kailrnrd Depot. Cfcicaro
House and Lot for Sale.
T) Y virtue of a decree pronounced by the County Court
X of Bedford county, at tha March term. '.AM. la the
case of J. P Calhoun and o'heea. ex parte. I will sell ia Uie
city or.na.hville,on BAl UKUAT, the With day of Ma next,
ce tiouae aud Lot in tha tin of Nashville, known as Lot
69, in the plat of lota made out lor L. U Lanier, aad regie
terid in the Register's o tice of Davidson county, in Book
no, ii, peg. s xi and X3. Said lot Ualluaied oa tae cor
nrr of Wathingtoa Street.
Taaaii ."aid la) I wili be lold at (ollowi : The purchaser
will be required to pay ooe-thlrd In cathithe balance la
eqaal payment! of six and Twelve monilta: parwhaser giv
Log bond aad two approved securities.
kCT rale to be m.de at tea corner of the Market bouse. ej
majB id jo. U. TaouPdOa, ttommiseioser,
LOXaDIAIEEICK BETWEEN ITJJffMXS . AJD
'CHEER Y STREETS.
REMKMBER the new two store Stable, new Buggiee,
nae Hor.es. In fact, here iaras place to ret aa A Mo.
i turn out.
JALWAYS ON BAND,
The beat ef Horse feed. Hostlers, and every thlnr la the
Paid to loardlng transient aad bones oa sale,
We rave god Carriage room. Come one, come all, and
we guarantee ae list action.
All wea.k la a share of the public patronage, which we
are determined to Bterlt
LAWRENCE k CO.
V Driving Uuslncss
K T tha old and well-known VamtnnlK
i Urery and Sale Stable. SW Sooth
Market atreet, by b. W. SL'MNkR A CO,
We have otteawo ear Stable for public pat-
roaage.and all we eat ol oar tetlcw eitiseas la a fair trial
ia all lu dewartsBeata. We keep eonataatly en bead, for
sac rtorees aaa eergtas, low war tne via. Ifeb-l -lr
7& LIVERY STABLE.
M T WRIGHT A CO. would re-peeiftiHy lafnt
eitisensel haabvilla and ibe publ senerally. tha
they have pan-based the aae-kaowa Livery eiabte and al
tba Hock aad Bxtarei, lorwerly occepte d by Wm. J. till
hpa.ea Market street, (net below tbe fqiaare.
We are prepared to board bee-tea, by Ibe day er week. la
fine st la.
We have firvt-rate lots aad box-etals to aceoseasedate
Drovers, aad all eor frlenia wbe asaytaveraa wtihtbeir
we p44w ewreeivrs to rve aturaetiea la all nass.
We have a Harew r of tae Asvldie-lieraee aad tae
Burties ... s.
tbe fact ia we do net mi iad belaf sarpaseel br aaf
Ctubie ia tba afttitbera eouatry. Cxese aieng aes saw lur
yeurMlvea. Wa. T. WKJiiUf A CO.
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
tfV CfllTECa ITEEZT, IaISTIUX fay.
M. S. COHIBS, PnOPEIETOE.
IF ya whh la hire a fine HACK, a Bps BOKSR er Bra
.Y, a tne SADDLA-U'iitsat, a FLIMrcaa ca
BtO .At.E-VVAOO.t.or amth ilf ia the LtVEatrAaLAS
llE. ca'J at the above aaubtitAateaA aad aaa .
Ueeau boar.Ud aa reasoaalle Urate, aad the bast ware
take aaf tbacs la siikacee a4 la beal.b, AUlarwatiaa
bur trtai.and I warraal latufaetiwa lo ail Mnauaiai
favar ase with tbair etxlcaa,
K. B, 1 have ale ay u haa4 Boraee to aeG.
JaaU a :.M.HB-.
la aow is rtaMipt el ha ataartasetat at
SPRIM, kD SCIlIIail VCC0D5,"
ta abteb. he raeafy aaaa tha at'aata sf kJs ftissas
Wr w v
THE SCARCITY OF MEAL. !
ITS high price, and the iaoonreaieaee ot abUiaiag It.
induces at to caG atteatioa to ihe-
.Celebrated "Excelsio,, Mill,
As adapted to eaixona Mm for family use, aad crushing
Corn and Coh w heat. Rye or oats fur slock, thereby en
abling I VARY MAN TO BECGMK . .
flis Own Miller!;
The "EXCELSIOR" has receivtd nearly ON HUNDRED
PREMIUM In contests with tba I-n proved "I I tie Oiaat.'
Star Mill" and others. .Its grinding surface it cut sepa
rate from the M M and ean be restored, when worn oat, at
a cost or three dollars. It also disc barwee the Meal from
one point directly into a half-bushel. Furnished complete
With Two Pair of Grinding
(Which mikes It eqtal la durability tt two ordintry Mills J
ke Fifty Dollar-.
HT Coan'v RigMi fo al.
-JAMES C. BALDWIN & CO.,
' No. 37 CoJege street, Nashville, Tena.
IX ALL KIXVS OT
1Y1 AC H I iM E R Y,
Building Materials, &c.,
lo. 69, Market Street.
RALSTON'3 OHIO EIGHT HORSE POWER
THRESHER AND CLEANER;
OHIO FOUR HORSE THRESHER WITH STRAW
OHIO F0T7R HORSE THRESHER WITHOUT
TWO HORSE RAILROAD POWER THRESHES
ONE HORSE RAILROAD POWER THRESHES
M0FT1T3 THRESHERS AND CLEANERS, all
Reapers 4V lloiccrs.
NEW TORE HAND REAPERS ;
RUGG'S COXBISED REAPER AND MOWER,
SINCLAIR'S POWER STRAW CUTTER, 4 KMi;
SANDFOSD'S HAND STRAW CUTTER, 2slis-
PUMPHRET'S FREMIUM FAN KILLS;
VAN PELT'S CELEBRATED TAN MILLS ;
BUILDING MATERIALS, &C,
600 EELS. HTDRATJLIC CEMENT ;
150 BRLS. PLASTER PARIS;
2,000 EEjS WHITE LEA 0;
50 BBLS. LINSEED OIL;
T500 BOXES WINDOW GL 1S3-Assorted Sizes J
10,000 LIGHTS WINDOW SASH " M
'5 PAIR WIS DOW BLINDS;
25 KARBLEIZED IRON MANTLES. .
BWa hT a Urge ass3rtmeat of PLOWS, CUL
TIVATORS, CORN SH EL LESS, CORN PLANT
ERS, HARROWS, HORSE RAEE3, ROAD SCRA
PERS, CRUSHERS, CHAIN PUMPS, Ae.
Wa are aii Agent for
WOOD'S PORTABLE STEAM EN0INES ;
MUSS'S CIRCULAR SAW MILLS;
FABER'S WOOL CARDING MACHINES;
BED WELL'S SMUT MACHINES;
CIRCULAR SAWS for Sawing Cord Wool ;
SEYMOUR'S DRAIN DRILL;
HAERIS0IT3 GRIST MILL.
MANTFACTCHER AND DEALFR I
HATS, CAPS ASD LADIES' FURS,
INo. 23 Public Square,
0 UK 23 EES S irAT,
For Spring, 1857!
TIS THE MCST BEAUTIFUL HEAD ORNAMENT
FOR THE SEASON.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
IS PCBU0 SQUAKI.
THE WIIITE "ilEAVER HAT!
TS deoidedlv a beeowiing TILI for tbe warm sreaih-
er. Tnis beaatifal Hat Is aew ready for In nee- JTr
tioaat FltANCIOC' 1 I
Viri: AD PF.AKL (asslmertl
v v of tbe raintoaabie Khape. A I gbt and eosw
fortable Hat for Spring.
I-r A. J. FBANCISCO
THOSE BKAUXiriL STYLES or SO IT
TIT I are aow receiving aad take pleasure la re-
v v eoraraeading them to oar easto ners. Some fy
very beaatifal sew styku and new c kra, at the HtJ I
Amporiasa of A. J. FRANCI.aCO,
aprA No. tS Public Stiare.
pAXAn A AID Et CallOR HATS br saea
X aad boys, iclu Jing the b.aac aad browaeolor. A Tory
beaatifal aeaortsscal at
C HIa.DltES I A1CV STIt S ta etvd
Itws variety, at tbe a-'aabioaable Ual Atove e(
pr F AA.VCISCO.
L'RESE CRACXERS. WiaeOracaers.SodaCrackera,
1 butter t rat k era, Mater Crackers, kkxatoa Cracker aad
Augar Crackers au.de every das frsrb, aad tor sale at
i. U. aOHtarfO.Vr) Baiery .
Aad Co-fee tie ear j, ea Artaadway
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCE XEXT
TO THE CLOTHES WE A RINO PUBLIC;.
Eoyse & Elverson,
Dealer in lleady-Made ClothiDj
AND GENTLEMEN'S FU.1NISK1SKG303S.
SO. 30 PUBLIC &Q TARE.
FI&If '' ri4 XtMir tej bad varied aMlsal
bPP.IN'G AND SCMilEII GOODS
eoaaisUnf ef every variety of Avbria used ! the aaaas
faabioaatMe rireH attch aa Caanaaerwit, Ihrap i Ke, A'paawav
Ltaeueaai MaraeUaa.of every ah via aad earwiy, aad aa
f thaaa eataal atate exp-ar t tiaamaraet.
Their alec el lieeUetn.e's tarmtiiiitf rd as aew eeea
baHa. aad la total of rv:het. varastjr aad ebeayo eat ba
only to be iaut.ae4, to be atuaured. m .
Ia ad tti aaa to the above, tNiy Aae a bit aatd wertos
stack ef Clo ba, at(Bere. t ..uar, atA truaaaieaw, wt
w.A fe. .aa (snorter wfc bV wi taeaae leawueee.
la sy ee to mU that ta-aaw of '2!": ?t
GooA XcV9 for the lioys!
Eoyso & Elverson; ;
HATilTJr Raf!83. aaeeaad well awleeied aa.
tausi taf An' sod CbiUreaH OaiAuog aaitaas kr
awtog aeJ tWeaw wear, aa a cUa-es tot ol o, "t inirta,
bi'e and o-eJ, wbrca they w;4 seal at the very bsi
PJL OW FoWTO 11 !
f AREA PLOWS al the beat saato- . . .
li rutie aad a r.t nrwj.-. . r xr..wway.
roaj:.iln.a4 Jil Meld AearvU, "v Vl
lgt aad laft hadiiwa. SS.rr?: .. -.LTT.ai
A. V. fCT-a 4Ja, rten,,
To 8Aar, Uaaarer. nwli mm art-wAaf
.taflj tmm Art as i'ewktaas.ia., iat rar..4 1
aaia lw Jt'-AiJ A COb
CAPITAL, PRIZE $30,000 ! !
1?lolx.ota Only plO X
Owfflg by the great favor with which oar Single Number
Lotteries bare beea received bv the public, and the large
demand lor Ticket, the Managers, 8. 8wa A CO., will
aave a drawing each Saturday tnroughtut the year. The
souowuig Scheme wUi be drawa la eav;hcf their Lotteries
To he drawn la the City f AHaala, Oeor-ia, in public, ea
SATURDAY, JUY i6ttx, iS37
To be drawa la the City of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, od
SATURDAY, MAY 3rd, 185T.
To be drawn ia the Clfy of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, on
IATTJEDAT, MAT 30th, 1337, oa tha Plan oa
JIOEE THAH 05E PRIZE TO EVERT 10 TICKETS
BX ACN I F I C i:. T KC 1 1 E7I L X
TO BE DRAWS
IACH IAIURDAT IN MAT.
Prise of. A50 000 is
- 0,(H0 is
.. 6 0X
,. 1 3'X)
a at aa
a aa aa
j aa at
a aa a.
a aa aa
1 ai at
j a at
t at at
1 ta m
1 aa at
100 prises "
" io ,000 la
" 5 0(10 I,
.. 8,000 Is
" 1.5H0 is
I 4 prisea of 2M Apxm'g to SSO.000 priae are...
I " 1M " a(i,i)tl0 - ....
3s 2 90 prises amoun tin rto
Whole Tickets, tlO; Halves tS;
FLAX OF THK LOTTERT.
The Numbers from 1 to 80,000, eorrespondinf with those
Numbers oa tbe Tickets printed oa separaie slips of paper,
are encircled with small tin tnbei and placed in one Wheel.
The first 118 Prises, similarly printed aad encircled, are
placed ia another Wheel.
The wheela are then revolved, and a n amber la drawa
from the Wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a priae
to drawa from tbe other wheel. The Number and Priae
drawa oat are opened and exhibited to tbe audience, aad
registered by tbe Commissioners; the Prise being placed
against the Number drawn. Thia operalioa ia repealed
until all the prises are drawa out,
The two preceding and two succeeding Numbers to those
drawing the first IS Prises will be entitled to Ike 71 Ay proa
I nation Prises, according to the scheme.
Tbe 3000 Prlzeaf 2U will be determined by the
last figure of the Number that draws the A50.000 Prise.
For example, if the Number drawing the t50,taj Prixe cede
with No. 1, then all the Ticket! where the Butcher enda In
1 will be entitled to '20. If tbe Number enda with No. 1,
then all the Ticket! where the Number endi with 1 will be
entitled to f.'O, and so oa to 0.
Certificates ot Packages will be lold at tbe following rates ,
which to the risk:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets t
" 10 Half " 4 0
" " 10 Quarter" 1
" M 10 highta It
IN ORDERING TICKETS
Incloae the money to our addreaa for the tickets ordered ,
ea receiptor which they will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers caa have tickets ending in any figure they ma y
Tbeliatof drawn npmbersand prises will be sent to pur
chaser, immediately after the drawing.
IT Purchasers will please write their signatures plain
and rive their post office, county aad State.
tTKemeinber that every Prise ta Jrawn,and payableia
fail without deduction.
tafAll Priae, of 11,000 aad ander,paidfi med lately arte
tbe drawing other prises at the usual time of thirty days.
All communications strictly confidential.
Prise Tickets cashed or renewed ia other Ticket! at either
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
S. "WAN A CO , Atlanta, Qa ,
8. SWAN a CO., Montgomery, Ala ,
or, Z. STAMsTlEN, Agent.
apr 24 Box No. A, Nashville P. O.
pf A list of the numbers that are drawn from the whee I ,
with the amount of the prise that each one is entitled to, will
be published after every drawinr. in the following- papers:
New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston Standard,
NaahvUle Gaaette, Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Weekly
Day Book, aud Savannah Morning New...
SAVANNAH LOTTERY I
ON THE HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
Anderson & Son, Managers,
(Successors to J. F. Winter, Manager.)
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
CAPITAL, P1UZE, $60,000 ! ! !
Jasper County Academy Lottery.
IT AUTH0RITT OF THK ITATI OF GIOEttlA
C L A S S .
Draws May 15th, 1357,
AT BT. ANDRBWf HALL ftavaaaah, Ga., under tha
swera superintendence W. A. ay moos, tea,., and J. al.
1 Priae of ..
, a 07100
I ft." a
uo ... 1,000 ere...
do 600 are....
do 100 are....
7i Approximation! Pruvee
a.000 pr ci of lav are
1,384 Prises amounting to ,218,160
TlckoU $10 00: HaIto 13.00; Quartan $2 JO.
"fy- Bank Note of sound Banks taken at par.
Checks a Hew Tori remittea lur priaea.
Addreaa orders lor ticks u or eertiftcate of packages
tickets to ANDAKOM A tOM, Mauageia,
Macoa e.- Bavanoab.Ga
(JT Perseus holding Prise Tickets ol J. F. Winter,
Manerar, wilt send them to aa tor payusenC
rajr- AddrcM eiders tor Tickets le li. H. "INTER, Boa
5a, Nashville, Tenaesaee; or to ANDKaaON A SON, Ma
eon, or Savannah, Ueorgta.
Royal Havana Lottery.
T1HI aaxt ordinary drawing of
the Royal Havana
Lottery, eondactad by tbe Spanish Goveromeat, ao-
der tbe auperviaioa of the Captain Ueaeral of Cuba, w III
take place al Havaaa, ea
Wednesdur 3Ia7 27th, 1857.
Hat r tea Namrrs A91 Ordlnarle
Capital Vrl.c 100,000 Dolls.
4 Priaea of
6 " " 1.W50
SI as ta ye,
10 Approximations.... ,Mi9
4 ABDreximatioBS to tbe tlOO.ooo, of I each; 4 af to re
B0,0w5 4 ef oo to H0.U00; 4 of 400 to tO.OOO; 4 of 4U0 to 3.M0
Whole Tickets $20 ; llalvet fio;
Priaae eaahed al tight al 3 per eeel diaeouaC
Bills ea tbe NaahvUle etty banks taken al par.
A drawing will be forwarded as sooa as the resell beoeaee
tr- Common lea ti a as addressed to pus bouuui aa.
(ware ef City Post, Cbarleetoa, a. Cavjaaatil Ma lt'b.
wiU be atteadad to. tauji
THE FA3IOCS IIOADSTEUS.
THE EATON HOUSE,
NA VGA TUCK BLA CK IU WK9
Imported sad Owaed ly taa Tstuteuee Xivf Suxt
lHtB sweerh ant mall w!U make their Ant seaawa la
A Tsaaa.a.s al tbe state Fair ttrwaada, aear Kaaruia,
torasiaail g Jttly tba 4ih, KT, ai a tbe aeaaoo, aad wul
be united lo 4j saaree each.
Slotkboldera aad geaUe ot a wishing to breed th . tr stares.
wul pieaae ateke Uteir eatiiee to F. A. Aauia.aa aaa ae
praetieabka, aad sctUe thrkr bill! duriug the eeeaua with Vr.
at.O. Foster, Tr-aaatarer af tha Cualnr.
faoo4 p.aturare wul be fwrabad mt maree by F. -Katoa,
or T. Feouiag, at the eaaaai pen t tbe ooaaary, aa4
grata will be M aad extra aliaauoai givea. tl rewiairew.
THE EATON BORSE Is a g-ew red swrrea, nm, mrwrn.
tee. baavaa a.b.aaw U, mumm, ..'rJTTZr a!I
a,-, baaraw as ate Saat a. aw, -w -i -
.?! a. u hed la ktatae. a 4 i-ea yea.a eat, baa
Uvuam aadet I esia.0 aae. aad st aaa 1 tbe te.Itot Ma.
ZTtZZ, kaawa. tlla aU-a was a SaweeaOaat ef Ibe
Zli aralea e. U-f"-. arge.Ba4
LT jjrt stare awnaaaaly ttjarwJ, ea the a, aiJ aobi bar
ttAM. ml btoaet Veraa, taat betluf at toe La. lad Stelae
r-tlai rstiar yw. I a tae werda el sir. twwwa.caaraaa
U ""'" '-'' " a! atker eiceliaat
tmuer. Mr. Uutaaeo, editor of "1 We Maute Varaer.'aaya
if RMta bia paper t Ajmi AX ls6f ,tbat " Jta Awraeaea
U-tr a M l VtmlArvp iaaaenar, (. auta o i-myr
y if'.jr-j"J aaa ad au aaaas y aeS XntUr," aaa the .
uMbtf Ue Cwsattty rtft1 btaa aa a korao mt algbee
.ea-ae lac Etewg roadsters laaa any otser ia A star so.
NAUOATUCSSLACX HAWX-Ua rich aad stuh
brvaa Mta, a.a.t taare et, u ' aaaaa a L eaa sue
uaaiatU.tad ba bare 3 Ue trat priaa tr Leae
f.t. aaaaaaaef a Jara at tba State taf bed at He. Hevea
aired ay tare.l auata Uawa, taat aaaue W a,K,aia .
er ever $x, graav tJSfarfwai Mtargaa, great grs i
tun toe eritiata r Jawua Matgaa Bta-aa. aaaa was
A.im aansM, ay a "hi el etd Me-eruso, aod i by tbe let
HMtad Uatneaf . Me ta.1 bewtttta to auua Aaea. the
tZLa aaMiar trtatUAg atai4a hurt Uaak ataid
fxua.b ltiy. laa-A"aj teat tnul aiCbtcagts ta Ail i
aaa beat Sxtm I . aa tag Utaad in t J, skU af Aa.
rviv.a. utat eai t a. a. aaa eaey eiiba bast rire
at ua no i ). UajB- bs est tter.aa ftoraa p.
IM ae tSJte
fbaa aaiiaaeJa have Veea bapertod horn the Nest, w.th
e ra W aAurtaiag tae beat tir iaa.ua- lur breeuiag gtaa4
Bvattiy haa-sn. sad ihe lVeera Save laer e pal ui-a at
a arwe tt "I'l )"-' wweare af arre w areett ve Ueta
i. av. v-a.--1 a.v. tviiu, -.
' AhiiAhav ae; j, " 1 iUit,
F. a-ai JO. lua AaVDaV
T. Fai4lU, Xtrta.MtJ t.ais.'ist
ajaji late, , - . i t - a'.'.
FatOM ?. LOCli, KCk,
Bid EUSiSU. ft CLA:iZ, A!t.