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Thursday Horning, 2Iay 28, 1857.
Post Office better L.ist.
IValice ta Transient Adeerllsere.
AD transient advertisements in this paper, mutt be paid
lor at the time they are liauded in otherwise they will no I
be Inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid .for on deli
Very. Gabat Railroad Crlfbeatioh at St. Locis.
St. Louie papers of the 24tb, speak io bib terms of
the preparation being made for the forthcoming
Railroad c lebraiion in that city, which uln a plce
on the 4th and 6th of June. II. D. Bacon, Esq.,
io behalf of the the director! of the Ohio and Mis
sissippi Railroad, baa addressed a letter totbeFres
ident of the Chamber of Commerce, of that city, re
questing the Merchant, to participate in the ctle
bration. The invitation was accepted and the nec
essary steps bare been taken to ensure full rep
resentiUoo on the occasion. A di-patch in the
New York Times, under date of the 20th inst.,says
"Mesws. Cass, Black, and Flojd, members of the
Cabinet, will accept the invitation to be present at
this celebration." The Aleonta will leave here on
the 1st day of June, and will Uke all to and from
St. Louis, who wish to go and participate in this
great railroad banquet, for the sum ol 10. Get
ready in time.
Lat night about 10 o'clock, the Nashville afari
nfecicring Company' buildings were discovered to
be on fire, and, eltuoun the firemen were tooe on
the ground, the flames spread rapidly tbst the
entire Llock of buildings was destroyed. The loss
Is upwards cf 1 100,000, on which there was an
insurance, we are toll, of $40,000 $10,000 in
the Tennessee Marine k Fire Insurance Co , of this
city, and $30,000 in tasern offices.
A number of hands are thrown out of employ
ment, aud a large amount of unfinished work is
yoit, together with the fiue machinery of the com
fsciU Nashville Jockey Club Kacei.
PWidE8DAT, May 27, 1857. SweepUke for un
trved three year olds : 1 mile heats : $100 entrance:
P. S. Fowler' b. f. Lizzie Burnes, by Lan
ds, dam by Pacific. : : : :
Charles Merriwelher's gr. c, by imp. Am
bassador, dam Fluiiutlla, Jr., by imp. Auto
Eli Odum'a b. f. by imp. Albion, dam by
imp. Sovereign. : : : : :
Time 1st heat, 1 49f 2ud heat, 1 60,
At the tap of the drum, they started off in gal
lant S'yle, Fowler's filly taking the 1. ad, followed
by the grey colt, at a respectable distance, and
when coming to the round turn, a little "flare up"
took place between Odutn and Merriwether, as to
which should be second best, while the Fowler filly
bad it all her own1 way, outstripping her competitors,
and coming home in gallant style. The second
heat was run pretty much in the same etyl", when
the jig was ended, by the Fowler filly walking de
liberately up, and "wadiug off" with the prize.
The attendance at the course was large, and we
were much pleased to notice in the staud, a few la
dies, with their blight and bonny smiles.
Maj Bacon bus named his black colt by Albion,
dam by Jonathan (winner of the five thousand
dollar match on Tuesday) Dick Cheatham.
Ice Cream. The summer like disposition of the
weather for the putf.-w days, ha had teudoucy
to bring ice-creams and o her cooling luxuries iuto
demand. Hence, we can account for the numerous
little pirties w have r10.ie.5d going to aud from
the Saloon of 11. C Rckves, Nto. 6, OJJ Fellow's
Uall, where he is liourlr dispensing the most
and delicately fluurei ice-crkam, we
bare even had the good fortune to ''sample.
("Messrs. VVess'-ll arid Thompson have fitted
up their Ice-Cream Saloon handsomely, and opened
it for the reception ol visitors. The number that
flocked there yesterday was large. Thecream was
delicious. This establishment has been, and will
Continue to bo, one of the favorite resorts of ladies
nd geutlemea wishing to partake of this popu
Kdgef Jeld claim Attention.
LInd-ley will sell those beautiful lots iu Edgefield
to-day. There id no mistake this time. Those with
out a home, bad better attend to their interests.
Those absent to-day will rui-s golden opportuni
ty. Edgefield is going ahead, and you bad better
take an even start with ber. These are the hand
somest lots in the county. Some one is in danger
of loi-ing a chance.
Rumsei's Express will be a prominent feature of
the occasion. You will at least save your dinner,
even if you buy nothing.
Tlt l beat Crop.
From almost every quarter of the State, we have
the gratifying intelligence that the growing crops
of wheat are in fine condition, and give promise of
a rich and abundant harvest. The grain may ma
ture somewhat later tbin last season, but will be all
the belter when it does mature. It happens well
for the interests of the farmer that the ingenuity
of man bas furnished bim with the means of gath
ering the ample yield which may be vouchsafed to
bim that instead of relying alone upon the thews
sinews of the laborer, machinery ran be brought
into requisition more advantageously. There are
numerous kinds of reapers and mowers in use.
amongst them the combined reaper and mower,
known as the "A'tttutky ILirvtuter which is sold
by Messrs. Macry &. Hamilton, No. 47 College
aireet, and has the reputation of being an admira
ble machine. vVe do not doubt but thai those who
wish to avail themselves of the substantial advan
tages of these labor-saving machiues, would find it
to their interest to investigate the merits of this
new candidate for popular favor.
We are authorized to announce Joan K. En
mondsom as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson coun
ty, at the next March election.
We are authorized to anuuuDce . D. Bir.LIT as
a candidate tor Sheriff of Davidson couutv, at the
next March election.
Tbe people of laws are to vote iu August on the
queetioo of allowing colored men to vote on tbe
Same terms as other men.
Crwoker'e "lslilnerjr IalablUtinient.
We doul.t wbuttier the (air datnes and belles of
Nashville have ever eip. rieucej so n-uch difficulty
In tbe selection of a bonnet, as this season, at this
establishment. Tbe cause is not to be found in the
increased laaiidioufuewe or csptiousuets of their
tastes, cor in the paucilv of the stock or inelegance
of the styles. No; we tuut look for it in some
other quarter. Their fancies, to tell the truth, Lave
been bewildered by the preat variety and beauty of
the asaortmeut to chooe from. They experience
bcd aeosationa while beholdiag it, as oue feels
la a rich conservatory surrounded by the rarest ex
otica, aodla ved'in thtir delicious perfumes. They have
each emotions as led the poet to wish that the
lips of all womankind, especially the beauties, were
condensed Into oue pretty pouting pair that hi
night, in kiaeiug them, kiss the whole race. Where
there is eo much elegance, so great a variety, a
choice must be difficult. Tbe thiug's Datura ; and
the dear creatures are not to blame. But not of boo
Beta aiooe doee Irooker a congress contiat. Nearly
all descriptions of milliuery goods are rtpr.teUed
there I'om the lightest and most tUeri.l ui ih
beavier fabrics which art produces to adorn the
oveliest of nature's l.an liworks. a 19 U
JAS. II. kLMJItllK,
63, CUrry &rt, uUiiU
O zx a Pixtur
or all kiMia.
tor Oa. Oil, or Can dies ; and it prrpexod U havsj
GIA B V I T HI N O .
a Bioat In tha beat taaater.
STEAMBOAT AND EIVEK NEWS.
May 26 SalHe West St. Louis,
The river is falling
on the Shoals.
rith about 8 feet (scant) water
DniinD. The Sallie Went was unavcilably
detained yesterday in ber departure for St. Louis,
She will leave this morning puLCtually at 10 o'clock.
lT" The fa?t and n at steamer Alida, will leave
to-day lor I'adutab, conmcting with th Louisville
and 1st. Louis packets at that point.
t3F" The Jatntt Johnxo arrived from New Or
leans yeeterdy, bringing among otner tilings, a,
smail shipment of freight from the wreck of the
Humboldt. The U. in sinking, completely capsized.
and the freight now being taken from her, has been
obtained by cutting a hole through the bottom of
h r bull, and that, too, at the depth of sixty feet of
water. The wreckers eay he baa one of the strong
est hulls ever made, as they found it difficult in get
ting acceai to her freight. The James Johnoon
will leave on return trip to-morrow.
We are authorized to announce James M. Hih
to as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county,
at the next March election.
Gubernatorial Canvass App sin t mettle
Camden, Monday, llay 45
Huntingdon. Tuesday, 26
Treufea, Wednesday, 27
Brownsville, Thursday, 44 8
0ingtt.n, Friday, 44 89
Men .ins. Fatunlay, " 8l
rVunerv l!ei Tuc I ay, June 8
Bolivar, Wednrsday, 8
Jackson, Thursday, 44 4
Purdy, Saturday, 8
Savannah, Monday, 44 8
Waynesboro, Tued.iy, " 9
Lawrenceburg, Wednesday, 44 10
Pula ki, Thursday, 44 11
Fayetteviile, fcaturnay, M 1
Winchester, Monday, 44 15
Ja-er, Wtduefday, 17
t hattanooga, Thursday, 44 18
Cleveland, Friday, 44 19
Aihens, raturday, 44 20
Madi-oiville, Monday, " 23
Maryvil'e, Tuesday, 44 23
Knoxville, Wednesday, 41 24
r-evierville, Thursday, 44 23
Iiandridge, Friday, 44 2(5
Kewiiort, Saturday, 27
(iieenvlle, Monday, 44 29
J .nenboro, Tuesday, 44 8o
K iinlii-lhton, W edin tday, July 1
Moumvil e, Thursilay, " 8
Kinp.ort, Friday, - 8
Kocernville, turdny, 4
Hran's Elation, Monday, " 8
Tai-well, Tuesday, 7
Jackboro, Thursday, u 9
t'lintun, Friday, M 10
Kingston, haturday, H
Fpata, Monday, u 18
ootevil!e, Tuesday, 14
Liring-xou, Weiinesday, IS
iainl)oro, Thursiiay, u J
Ca that-e, Saturday, " IS
Ieb;tnoa' Monday, " 20
Gallatin, " Tuesday, 21
Nahvii;e, Wfdne.-day, 2'i
MurfreeKboro, Thuriday, 2S
hhr-lbyville, Friday, " 24
Mc.Minnville, Saturday, " J5
Franklin, Monday, 27
Columbia, Tuesday, " t
PpringfieM, Thursday, 80
Clarkaville, Saturday, August 1
Charlotte, Monday, " 8
The undersigned, candidates for Governor, hive agreed
upon the above list of appointments for the ensuing canvass.
They would have been glad to be able to visit all the Coun
ties, but the shortness of the time rendered it impossible.
ISHAM O. HARRIS.
Nashville, May 12th. 1857.
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
AT the great Indiana State Trial of Reapers and Mowers,
June 26, 17, 2s, 1S,'j6, at Kicl mond, under the rilrec
tion of the Stale Committee, the Firht Fremiti n of a $.V':(K)
Silver Pitcher was awardrd to the .Manny Machine for iioirg
its work the be, and for being ihe bet combined Machine.
In eompetiik n at the trial were twelve oiher kinds ol Har
vesting Machines; among tlioie actually put to the test In
the find by the committee, were the Atkins Self.Rnkcr,
New York 8elf-ll;tker, Mann k Son's Indiana Self Raker,
M issac'iuieit Self-Raker, Danflt-ld's Combined Machine,
Hind Kaker, NVw York Hand-Kaker. Delta DuhimN
lUnd-IUk'-r ndlhe Kentucky H.trveiler Combined. These
were all, w tli one exception, Combined Machines. There
were also ieveral cither ki nds of .Mai-h.nes on trial against
the Mann Maehine. The trial laaleJ through three !.
and thi Mannv M idline was triumphant iu the field A
First Premium h al-o been awarded the Mannv Machine
as a mower, the Kentucky Harvester eouseuling.
Decinion of the Committee upon the trial of Reap-
er ana Jlotreri.
We, the undersigned, a enmmittee appointed b v the Ag
ricultural bureau ol Telinetsee to examine and test Mow
ing Machines and report the result to the Ilureau at iu
next needing, in execution ol said trort. appointed Thurs
day, June th, to test the five ditjirmt Mowrri entered.
vik Manny's lomiiinra lteaper and Mower: Mann's Pelf-
Kaking K, ai.rr and Muwer cottbiced; Ketchnra's Mower;
Atkins' t-elf Rikme Krauer and Mower combined, and
Deita A Liuul.am's Kam-Power Ret per and Mower.
Wednesday, J ni 11;h, wi appoin'ed to te t th Reap
ers mat were euieieii, as follows:
Ue ti A Dunham's Reaper. Atkins Pelf-Raking Reaper,
Manny's Reaper, New-York llaml-l akin Reaper, Matin's
ell-hating Keaner, and the New-ork helf-Kaking Keer.
in me ieuuoi our luogment, the award is(ivea,u Man-
mtj a tarn a-t v wa vviuw ucu tvi bh: i i ll J .
Y. H. FIOKAKD,
J. C. HaKKIS.
J M. KNIGHT, U
W. . HAKlllsO, I
F. R. KA1NM, j
FOR SA LE BY THE UNDERSIGNED A T
JOILVSOX & IIOIWE'S.
Price, Two Horse Machine $15n, Four Horse Machine 160.
11. F. CIIKAT1IA3I,
ai General Agent for the State.
A R LOCATED IN MAi'ON COCNTT, TENNESSEE,
on me waters or Trammel creek, lour miles r.a-t of
ttie lurnni.e leaiiing from dallatln. 1 enn.. to Hcotu vll.
Ky., and a ill be prepared for the reeeption ol visitors and
invalids by the 15th day of May. This place has already
acquirra a rrpuiaunn whiiy circulated lor Iht highly medi
cinal character of lis wat , (I .or dirferetit varieties,) and
is now neing vikiuki ny very many, living remotely, who go
iu r. iuii ui a ni-aiiuy I'd ae ignnui aummrr retrea , not
only the Invalid, but th seekers after pieature, healthy
pa-iime anu Fpori,mere Demg wnnin a snort ride from the
Mprlns-s a place wlirre deer is trrqurolly seen and streams
abounding in trou and other kin. t ol fish, besides various
wim animals and r wit. such as loses, s-jUirrel., rabbits,
wild cat", wild tuikiea, pheasants, etc.
Dr. Drhow, on. of the kirrner pn nrietora. havlnr nur.
chased the entire interest In trie l-prinirs, haa aa oo.aled
with him his son William, we I known to all who visited tha
Spring last summer. Uavins; gone to con Iderable ennenae
iu ra nt ing and enlarging ihnr means of aeoomtnndalion.
iney Dim r inemteives inai laey win re able to add w-ate-naiiy
to the comlort of all who may favor them with a visit.
nanus;, uuni j inc paai winter, put away about seventy
thousand pounds of very fine lee. Thev have had built
twelve additional brd-roomt, be Miles a large one 6l by 10
feet, latticed on each si to allord air, In which the I vers
of pleasure aud social enjoyment will And ample room for
The medicinal character of the several Fprlnrt hava
been so often publuhed, it Is thought useless to do so now.
iiww ii iaci ina& rri'ieMor paiuira, our piate Iteokigist,
has liern engaged in th eaaaiinalion of tome of tbe waters
and designs to complete the whole npvo tbe premises dur
ing inn summer, wnew it. um or his analysis will be given
to Hi. public io connection with tbia nonce or embodied In
a report made out by him If. ll la considered only neces
sary to say that chronic adections ol any of the more Im
portant organs eihlblt the erhcacy of the waters, particu
larly those of females. In cae of diseased klwurv and
bladder, cutaneous disease, Indigestion, dropsy, etc., they
, n many cases, acleil use a cnarm, and Io all bave
alljrded relief. Ample testimony as to these facts could
be at'.urdrd if necessary.
lr. Lt How will take i l.asurelo aivlnc such advice to In
valids and others visiting here, as aa uperienot of 19 nr
an years wui euabie mm to give, and be always present
should his trofa.!onl Mr vice, be required.
He avails hitu.ell of tins suethud to retarn to his nnmer.
ous fneo is and Visitors his hearty thanks tor tkeir ibtal
patrot age, aud again asks a ooutinuanoe of the saute, with
the aMir anew trai neiiher ol us will ipa.ro cither lime or
puns to render a i cuuilortabie who may sojuorn with at
in future. Ilavuig secured toe icrvicenf of Mr. and Mrs.
falter sua, the public may be assured ut hea'ty cltMr In
incainmg-rorm, uur stable, too, win be well attended lo.
Our chorees ui be os low aa the lime. and season will ad-
w, .i. sr rriuisr voaruera, or tnooe r.aiaiuine one
week ormorr,w.uiug extra) tlaj per Slav; ehildrou of
iu irart ti aiia uudtr and iriiiii i, ball prlro; boraet
do cents Ler day. Iraurlent visiwr. w.li be chu-a.d 60
ens per meal r from i; to iuu per day. for extra
ervires a reasonable etarre wdi o mado. VVashias. Iron-
lug, ., 1 1 tJ per doaea. I or pia.ug or lioamg diea lor
10411 naif ihai.
14-1. man ABCU M. DaHW A fOH.
iruiu CliMrlestuii to iNfav York.
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VZW XOhX LSD CHARLUIQS CIlX
Through la to AS Eotm.
8 A M J - W A' A1 A' L Y.
11 S?W.tTk 1 M ' Ui' tOLL'tB.A, 1$IX0 looa, M. Borry,
vr: 7J . . ' m. twasi.
"wu, li-u tons 8.C. Taraor.
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I .irto"TC Wi USESiJAT aS
waauuuAii anar tbe arrival ot lbs t Iruta lbs
ewuta jia Utn. r.Uet sunul.a I auk .,. su..r.
Atwuue and oourtowoe sou.KUKUr.aiU uiaure Uavelors
T ' " ' pwtsuso euaoart aad tveoASMHlauoa.
Cabin raaaago JS
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tik.SKTMWoJtOOM CO. Areata,
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kUUA lOl.trAl. "
CHt. MtiXta has Jaot pod hit aa orb aoetWda
caa, at ail Urn:, supply th, thtrsay iu a tW esai a all
boaiihy ll. ,., lk4 a'le.u.. rTtatT-au;
to bt Mteiiai.,..t, ad prua u . liWrJ
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Ur II IM4 '';M'bbis ta'sTaToTTwiaaT
b bit .li.r. UmI hiiUrnkt
(xl Mia Uhl sweruia
la Hurt aa Kt mjo tjr
W. K. 0Kljua A 00,
P1, rV,iri4"rt kaed saw I O.TjaRKU baUlUit Us eeta aad ler
x lor sale ty ext 0. , luuui. to ei t
II V THE RATIONAL LIIE.
Keports rnmiaked by tb Associated Frets.
' Nkw Obliah, May 27. The "Empire City" is
coming op. General Walker and Staff are on
board, having capitulated on the first of May to
Captain Davis, of St. Mary's, and were brought to
Panama t y him. The Cona Bicans are not known
in the articles of capitulation. Two hundred and
sixty men came off.
The Illinois left Aepiowall on the 19th with $2
000,000 in specie.
New Granada hss ceded the Island in the Bay
of Panama to England, in the settlement of the
Washikciok, May 26. The Post Master Gene
ral to-day concluded a contract with the Southern
Steamship Company for the transportation of mails
twice a month between New Orleans and Apa
lachicola, embracing all gulf porta on the "Florida
coast, at $75,000 per anum. Peter Delia Terre
has been appointed attorney for the district of
Acgubta, Ga., May 26. Senator Butler died of
dropsy at six o'clock hut night.
WaHiscT0N, May 26. The contracts for the
work on the Washington Aqueduct were awarded
New York, Mav 27. The town of Addison.
S uben county, iu this State, has jjst been nearly
destroyed by fare.
Washikotoh, May 27. President Buchanntn
removes early in July to bis summer residence at
Sol iier's Home.
Mr. McMullen ha been commissioned as Govern
or of Washington Territory.
Gen. Scott is bre on army business.
Considerable raia fU last night at Pittsburg,
Cincinnati and Louisville.
Louisville, Mar 27. Scare? six feetwa'er in
the channel on the falls and receding. Weather
clear. Thermometer 65.
Boro, May 27 The Emigrant Aid Company
have held th ir annual meeting, and their report
shows that the investment with a considerable ad
vance will probably be returned to the stockhold
ers. The payment of damages for the destruction of
property belonging to free State men at Ltwrence,
Kansas, will be proponed to Congress with a pros
pect of success. Amos Lawrence has resigned
the treasurership of the Company. The old board
of officers were generally re-elected The receipts
of the Company for the past year were $42,000.
Nkw,York, May 27. The steamer sailed frr
Liverpool to-da witti 180 passengers and $150,
000 in specie; als3 the steamer Queen ol the
South for Southampton aud Bremen, with 160 pas
The case of Chaffer, versos the Boston Belting
Company, for an infringment of the India Rubber
patent, bas been decided in favor of the defendaut.
The damages claimed are $100,000.
Washington, May 26. Railroad Accident
The mail train fiom the South ran off the track on
the Oranoanil Alexandria Railroad, killing the en
gineer and nremaa. iNobody else was hurt.
New Yokk, May 27. James J- Orr, of Beek-
men street, cut his ttiroat yesterday, he is still liv
ing, but bis recovery is considered doubtful.
The Charleston Qourier learns that on about the
12 tb itiitt. Major Uatbiel, Paymaster for the army,
in attempting to laud at Indian Kiver, came near
drowning. Lie lojt oveibtiard $23,000 doliars
hich had been intended (or the troop, in Florida.
Washigton, May 27. The Bark Mary Cobb has
been anchored at the mouth of Potomac River for
more than a wetk. Heavy bammenng is daily
heard on board. It is supposed she is engaged
iu illegal businees.
Clkavkland, O., May 27 In the General As
sembly to-lay, Lr. KHstemlu spoke at length in
defence of eluvery. lie htimatized the action of
various assemblies on that question as unmitigated
Nxw Orleans, May 27. Tha Empire Citu
reac'ied the whurf at 7 o'clock this evening. Teu
thousand people) were present. Gen. Walker, ac
companied by Uol Jaques, Mr. ril-fur, and Mr.
Turner, the latter agent for the associated pres.
proceeded in a carriage to the Su Charles Llotel,
tieie Walker made a speech expressing h 8 thanks
for the grand reception given him, recoguizing the
American love of liberty in a mi.-s, and assuring
ibem that victory is still sure. The greatest excite
ment prevail in the citv. The St. Charles is be-
seiged by thousands. Walker spoke twice.
Caliloruia papers discredit the story of CrabbV
defeat and execution. Gen. Walker surendered
because Gen. Davis signified hi intention of si z
ing the Schooner Grenada, which held Walker's
Walker w8 kept prisoner by the U. S. Com
modore at Panama, notwithstanding the terms of
capitulation, which allowed bim aud his officers
aide aims aud their liberty.
Lieut. Strain died at AioinwaIl oo the 15th.
lb.- news trow Cal fcrnia is unimportant.
Get the Best.
ie f.enu lie Aiiibrotype tha rremiom fu
ture is beyond Pomuurison me bet style ol ilkeuess
yet introduced, and standi- without a rival-
lime cannot change mem,
l.ULt cannot lade ttiem.
Dampness cannot mould them,
Dual o-n never reach the:n.
Kustcannot corrode thim.
Made as heretofore by LAKL0 4BK. 40 College St., and
put un in tu.-u p stt . at tu stern prices.
f. fr Made at no other rojin In Nashville.
CRAIGHEAD & Co.,
X7W Ji. XI. 313
20 Public Square.
f AMPS B. C RAIOIIEAD having purchased the entire In-
ft terest of Mr. W M. 11. MlNClilM, in the buinest of
Cra g:nal A Mm 'hin, it alone au borised o utn the name
of the late firm in liimdatwn, and will coutinue tbe bu.l
nets t the old stai.d, No. l'ubnc Square, under ihe title
FK ES 1 1 CO. FECTIOA Alt I ES,
CHOICE FRUITS OF EVERY KIND,
No- IT ft. Market St., INaauvllle, Irnii.,
HAS juit received a larte shipment of fresh and choice
Fruits, which he otters at a small profit. Come cuick
if you desire Iresb.deliooui and cheap Fruits.
RECEIVED this day, by express, acholee lot of Kumlshng
Good,. 1 he latest style of Khiru, Neck Ties. Kid and
dilkttloves. Collars, Suspenders Malf-liose, 8toct and
Cravats, Hrewing Robes, Underwear of every variety,
Tranas, ValUes and Carpet-Baga.
AUo, a froth supply of Heriu-aery an I Toilette Boa pa, Hair
Tooth, Clothes aud N ail Hrushri. Together with an assort
ment ot f hell, Hulfalo, Hone and Ivory Combs, Ac, Ac, and
we Invite all toaa elimination of our Stock.
J. H. McOI.L,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Purnishing btore. corner at
the Aquare and College streot. My t
SHI It T HUM) TIM We have now a superb lot or
lloaom or Abiru.tomt of Ibem haadomel embroider
ed, for.alebv Ma t J II. MM,U
IAMfk 1.4MUaA 1IIILI.T A ItTU'LIOS.
Just received a freau supply of Lobiot' attracts.
Colognes, Hair ujt, llatr tula, Ox si arrow, Ac Ae. Avery
variety of Hair, looth, Mall, riesh and Cloth Brashca,
l.d ca' and lientlemeo's Travelinf ease. Also, Satchels;
Cabas, Cbeas-mea, Domioot, Voat and f leeve Muttons. Coal
Links, Pearl, -liver and Moroooo forte Monlwt; Head, and
Silk Purses; ehel, full, Tucking, hide. Redding and fine
Tooth t ombs; a choice variety of Ivory and Palm Leaf
Fma; Porket Knives, and hue Raton, sinirie and in telts.
lor talc by J. H. MciilLL,
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Fur nishlDt More, eooer of
Square and Coder" street May!
Gil USD Y CO UNTY, TEXX.
rpilIS favorite Summer resort, wilt be opened Cor the re
X. e-pt'on of visitor on th 1st of June ettt.
A new Hotel ba ldmg and many new Cabint have beta
erected, and all oill be furoithed with entirely new aas ap-
pr. pnatrf rurnnure ana arrangements are perfected to
bav th table supplied with ail tb laiaries a id delieaeie
of th reason, (jood bowUof Alley and a fin Ball fcovtn.
tupp.ied wiih mime, ar grataitouaiy ouatribaiad lor ut
hsalth and autsuoJieBU of gursta.
w i cas and Liquor t, af go.d quall'y . will b tupnliod far
tall and ruooa , bat no saloon will be opaod.
bambuog Is positively prob.bitod and ae prcosaioaal
Cssubkr noed apply lor roum.
Th Fprtng ax aoorasibl by talboad to MeUlaa-
Vill. thence by good Cuach. t'J mler,ad good Uxlsl
aocommodailoo wlii bt fod ai bo I A TabahooiA and kt a-
MinnvOi, lor thoot prwfernng te tt.aa over at eitbor
too, ttr wsy. Arrai.gtaenu ae mad te h-v
Mackl, feuggto andoaddl ktrsn tut biro aal voadata.
bung, prvvuled tur thoM bitOMtcg with tbeta Ui
Tb road ntsa Mi Miaavill to th baa ml th moaaiaia.
hat ba pat la fiat oruer, and th atoauuua road aradod
aodtaadesf atv ascent A daily ttad wdl be rcivd
from Nasbvt't earlLg th vuutiag seaautt.
lbe BUriaaagiaBlf tb bin I net of tb HatlwjQ
dtvolv poa Jaa. g. t us jr tw tiara Boat at Ml Cltv
Uo'oi. iahvt 1.
raiiiaa. ti u" day 11 pv week and IU or Bsontk.
Chl.Srra aii-l acrvaui bait pice.
UF b aava eaarg aw axo r lights
tfor-hrba fprirgt, May . froprHa.
4 UijalJ 1.
i wrrim to rLL T ntauvHcs on thi JWL
C i.wCArkHjH;.r Tta.srias.ak-allor.. 7
02 f8lls h fnatiivlita, BoarWIeavcbd Uoyt , j j
L tb katoviu asd CbatUaoog a AUtl "
wiiatS aerwtef Laa4, baloi waca It la uasbvr. wJ
tt ia aas Uraa, the basaat It ia a btb t of ociuva-
tiea, with aea aswwtof yB( reusrA. T kr a o
Ibc proshise good miltcg prng water, and foot
tvruig lf-oi. Tb BaiiAiHf tuaawtt of a goo bra
dwwlit. (.with i rwMta, aad ervW rva-na, satoks bows
aad gjud eutcra, I eanratio h ,-, At,. 4 new
Bad la fund rwaif. A bA'gaia Will b (lVva. ApvlyM
? ' F y. o. tittr.
Weeklf Report of the Markets.
DAIl.t PATEIOT OFFICE, J
" ' - . N ASJnruxt, May 2-J, W7. I
Badness during the week, ending Uu4 avening, was dull.
in all the department! cf trade, with the single exception
of Provisions, which being high, scarce and in active" request,
f jund purchasers as fast aa offered the stock in the section
of country in Tennessee whence Kahvil!e usually draw her
supplies, having been nearly exhausted, there have been
receipts from Pittsburg and St. Louis. The trade of Georgia
is also seeking supplies in those markets.
Tha river continue in good navigable condition, but ow
ing to the scarcity of freights the number of EteamboaU
employed is less than usual.
Coma The cotton market has been inert tor the past
week. The quantity in the country tar sal is very email,
and wi 1 soon be all disposed of. We quota extremes at 11a
l?c per lb. This is what it would bring, though w hear of
no actual sales.
Tosacoo. The market is dull, and vary little offering. We
continue former quotations :
Common Leal 9X
Fair Leaf 1311
Choice 8election 18S14
Loose Tobacco Wli'X
Frosted - i
Chkksc No Western Reserve in market. English Dairy
is selling at tt16c per lb.
Fioca. There have been some additions te the supply
since our last, by arrivals from St. Louis. We continue to
quote at 6.'8 per bbL
Mbal Is in demand, and sells from wagons at 80c per
Oaira. No Wheat in market. Corn brings readily 75e
per btbhel, and ia scarce.
KAOoa Continues to appreciate in price, the demand fr
home consumption and for the Southern markets being un
abated. It is difficult to make quotations, as prices are
affected by the degree of eagerness which operates upon the
buyers, and Induces bidding against each other. We,
however, quote what is regarded at the fair average rates:
shoulders 13c ; hams 18Xc ; tides, clear, lie per lb.
Lard Scare. Will bring readily 15Xc per lb.
Bottib Is getting more plentiful, and ia telling at 20
85c per lb.
Eoos. Are bringing &S9c per dozen.
Salt The stock of Salt in store it very heavy ; all of oar
houses being well supplied. We quote barrel at 85c per
bushel; coarse sack 11.50; one 11.75.
Whisk ky. It in demand at 8J32c per gallon, for Eec
tifled. Gaoctaiis. The supply of Groceries In store is sufficient
for the demand, which haa abated considerably, owing to
the lateness of the sea on, and the high prices of everything
necessary for the tustentation oi man. We quote Mew Or
leans Sugar at 11 3s 13c per lb. Molasses 70c per gallon.
Golden Syrup, f 1.10.
tot the prices of other articles we refer to our Prices
Current. The reader will bear in mind that the quotations
for provisions and produce are the wholesale buying prices,
when not otherwise stated; whilst the quotations for gro
ceries, drugs, Ac, are the wholesale telling prices
New York Ittarkct
Dbt Goods. The New York Indqmuttnt, of the Slst,
Trade is unusually dull for the season, and at the importa
tions of spring goods have been large, in anticipation of a
demind which lias failed to come, prices have given way,
considerably to woo the lagging demand, which yet does,
not mend. r'iU and woolen importations do not, as a rule,
repay ihe importer the cost of importation. Staple goods,
which suit all seasons, maintain their price, but are not in
brua demand The backward spring has added much to
the dullness, beside which there is a decided reluctance with
town and country buyers to lay in goods for s lock. They
only buy fur immediate re-sale.
The traits of this State hat yet to supplied, but there it
little expectation of activity. There hat been a fair busi
ness in shawls for the spring trade. Kibbous are much
depressed. The reduced price of desirab e dress goods
have induced some demand. Linens have been dull, and
German woolens wholly inactive. Domestic goods have
also been slow of sale ; so slow as to admit of only a retail
character. Cotton goods are steady in prices, though tame
in demand. The clothing trade meets with little success in
the tale of goods to the West Sellers and buyers are alike
eaut ous; and a safe, if not an extended, business may be
(From the Banking-house of William T. Smlthson )
WiHaisiOTOBi, May 82.
Land W am nts. Since the date of our last weekly report,
there has been a steady demand for laud warrants, aud con
sequently price have advanced a cent or two. The fol
lowing figures indicate the rates freely paid in our maraet
For 160 acre warrants 94 eta per acre.
si do do t! " do
120 do do 94 do
4tl do do tl.1-2 M do
Revolutionary Va. scrip 1 06 per acre, In demand.
We have nothing reliable as yet from the Western land
tales. The result of those salee will very materially affect
the prices of land warrants one way or another at least
we lh.nk to.
Chattanooga markets. ,
ClIATTAROOOA, May 24.
Corh ?tiff at 90 cents. Shipments are now being made
to Knoxv.lie and Intermediate points where the demand Is
Bacos. Sales have been made at 13glt cents hog round.
The nupply in market is diminishing. Upwards of lU.uyO
lbs. on haad.
Flock. Good supply. Price $1 25 to ft 03 per sack
okn Mbal Scarce, $1 UU per bushel. f
Lard None in market.
Wuuxar. aiv3,4J cents.
A TLA XT k. May 36.
The receipts of product, Ac, per Western A Atlantic
Railroad, Tor the week ending May 8,are at follows :
Bacon, 6",ft(Hi lbs, showing a falling off from th week
ending May 19, of 63,8' lbs.
Corn, I.4.MI s ickw, showing an increase over last week't
rep .rt of 148 sacks.
Flour, 875 tacks, showing a failing of 9.1 tacks for tbe
Whiskey, 4T5bMs showing an increase over the receipts
of the week previous, ol 8 hi bbls.
HTOCkS ON B1SD.
Bacon, 41,(iO i lbs.
Corn S2 tacks.
flo'ir, 1,8-W sacks and 455 bbU.
Lard 13,5- lbs.
sLs a.iD satrMtars.
Bacon, Ui imhj lbs,
C"rn a,723 ,,.
. Flour, 4KS sacks and 900 bbls.
Wmsiii.-Thesuppy Is still heavy, though th demand
has increased. We notice the tale of 1, 3s bbla. at 8k
87J' er gallon.
BACON-H.g round, V. ft - It U
llama 18 w 4
fides, B n rs i
r-houidert, V lb Jial VAX
Lard. 18c per lb.
CHkauarroa, May S3, 1, P. M.
84les of Cotton to-day, 800 bales, at liV to 14 Vc Mar
MotrLB, May ti.
Halet of th week, 5,000 bales. Receipts l,8u0 bales agal-ist
4,4 0 bales same week last year. The decrease of this port
is 12 i.inju bale. Th stock is b3.uuu. Prices ara un-
Acodsti, May S3, P. M.
l 11 it 12tA
1 14V k 15
9 U u) 14
P boulders .............
VI eiKrg Bidet........
Clear Sides, Tennessee
11 og Koundnew
THE 1TIAUKETS IIV TELEGRAPH.
fw York, May S 7. Cotton firm: middling
vnen n. flour buovanL Wh te Wheat 183.
Cora firm. Provisions steady. Rica 41 to 11,
Bacon scarre. Whieky 87i. Suesr dulL Lio-
aeed ami Lard Oils dull. Pi Iroa 83 dollars 10
cents. UudreaMed Hemn declined- rlriMsJ atealv.
White Lead aifvanced. Freights inactive. Cattle
Deeves depressed, vr13. bwiaa buoyant, i6J.
CiciATt, May 27. Floor 1508760. Oats 6a
WhUkj 32. Itacoa aide, 12,. Rest uoebacged.
DyiTjepsla, Headache and Zadif estiott, by which
ah persona are more or la afoot td, a ataaily be eurd
by Uking moderate exerctse, whoajiom tsxtd, aad a dose
of Bosrhave's Hollaed Bitter, on boar before each meal.
Blotches oa tha Skla, Eruptions, aad all Cuta
neous Diseases, will oad aa Infallible renaedy la Bolle
waj'tOintoiaataadPUto; If heCNutmeatb rubbdath
parts affecud, th blotch win disappear. It will care
wounds of even 80 year' standing.
Sold at the aiaaafactwy, ha. M, Kaidea Laue, New
Tork, and No. StA, Ctrasd Loadoa ; aad bv all druggists
at 85c, 62,e aad f 1 por pot ar bos. atayU
Whit Teeth, ferfamad Braata, tad Beaalifol
Complexion a b acqsircd by asing the "Atitt ay a
TKoumind rufr.m What U-ly er ntlmaa weald re
mUa aader th curses of a ditagreeahle brt&, wba, by
attng tb "Baia or a Taacaajra fuwtat,w as a cVati
frio, wcold aot ealy reader It sweet, bat have the tta
whit at alaoastort Uaay peraoas d aot kaew tadr broalh
it bad, aad the subject s dclieau hir fricad w 01 aever
sMBlloall, BswareafeeaalarWt. Be ears eaca boUle to
sigaed FITtUDOI CO- JT. T.
Fur sal ay au Praggitlt.
The Flux Anaihiliited.
Ivtry Mutsr aad 19 tboutaadt ef puf I dl tf Fiax,
Cholera, Dysentery, Snpiag Faia, aad eibr trfwgwiaritiee
ef the Bowel, ll eaa aw be eared la evwry eaa if TS
eeata, by the ate ef TUCXXX'f C3.0L2XA ITXPF,
which baa beta tots by the baa phyiinisBt la tae ieatti
aad Weot, aad by tbeta traeBC4 the aaaat etbcsaal
rtdy tvsw ta ae. It aaa Brtwt4 taere aetaaUaief
arts Utaa any ether spodte. A baaaaa lis eaa be tav4
la aiaeeaoee eat ef tea by aa lavetteseat ef 15 eeata. (Viy
a bottle aad kep It by jaw
Far a ky KaJUtAlf A RAINS aad T. WILLS, Drc.
ia. ' aa4-6si
Ar .ttlB.r Bala
It y oar hair tcftuoggreyf t yoa wsssi ta ealilvale ()
sistsnu4 asaaatawf Tf hais I b teA, suty aad
gtoMj Tw bssvj to k tool. ssttonA aad ty ai aeV
raff sfetbso I am jr skiHrM t aav hunsriaat s.i
of hair f Ta ace aVtextr Mrrtaioa Fvaia, whJk nrttr
ia tu aanwrhig ftre. frtasa S stt, Msta, T8t, aad
11 83 pr bottle, ftagi! Baha af Cytbaata ataade aart
vaU4 for era&twang ua aasj pitapats, aaa beaatrrtsuj tae
eaetptesioa. Prat tw eta. UaAe ae4 propel;, W.
ttm sVwtsia. a(3 teii Vj DnievarwU(.
THE KENTUCKY HARVESTER,
A COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER,
PATENTED NOVEMBER to, 1856.
THIS MACHTSS was introduced and used for the Bra time daring the harvest of 1W8, and, though sew, it hat
a'ready established for itfelf a reputation which hat never been reached by any other Combined sleeper and slow
er, and it now occupies a position far in advance of all its competitors.
Some valsable improvements, suggested by care fa 1 observation and experiment during I hurt barvcat beta ssade
to this Machine, which will be added to all of these Reapers and Mowers now building for the harvest of 1S57.
This Machine can be changed from a Reaper to a Mower in five minutes, and wbea at work can be altered to any de
sired height in one ha J minute.
The following Premium hate leen awarded to thit Machine during and tince the harteit of 1856.
First Premium at a Mower, over Manny's Machine, oa tbial, before the Committee of the Eminence Association; First
Premium as a Reaper and it a Combined Reaper and Mower, over Manny's Machine, ca tual, before the Cotnn.it tee of
the South-Western Agricultural and Mechanical Asroeiatioo, Louisville, Ky first Premium at a Reaper.oicr the New
York Hand-Raking Reaper, the New Tork Self-Rasing Helper, and Mann j's Machinr. at tha Kentucky Stai Fair, held
at Paris. October, U56; al-o, an extra Premium as a Combined Reaper and Mower, over Manny's Machine, at the same Fair.
This Machine ia got up at a GaaATxa expense, it made of better materials (bemgchitSy of wsocoBT iaoa,) with a bet
ter finish, and it mora durable than any other Harveiter, while at the tame time the price Is at low aa that aked for the
mot ordinary Combined Machines
One of these Reapers can be teen, tet np and in complete worltlnr order, by calling at
aprT MACY & HAMILTON'S, Agents, Nashville, Tenn.
HORSE POWERS AND THRESHERS.
WI HAYI now In store, thirty Pennsylvania HORSE POWERS and THRfcSHERg, which can be used either with
four or two horses. These Machines have stood the test of twenty-five rears in the larmit
In the United States. Tbey hve recently been much improved in thcil gearing and general construction, making toeat
hVnter of draught than any other machine in use.
We have. aUo. one of these Machines put np at our store, in complete workine order, and invita all intaresiMi la aii
and examine it.
NASHVILLE WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT.
AXCS. i WOOL.
Collins CoXHartford)$lSl Common, S0325
U. Collins A other make 9al4 Fine washed , WtsSO
fellow, $i lb JOaWc Green, jl to JT
CANDLES. Dry Sal ted. Southern, z8
Would Tallow, V I iaai4 Mexican Flint, 8J
3tar, 260281 HON ET.
Sperm, 40(45 Strained, 9 lb Sll3
CASTINGS. Comb, V to 101SX
Common Castings $ to 4&5 INDIGO,
vtill Cranks A Gudgeons 4 Carracatt f y to tl,15l,2t
VagonBoxes,f to 4X LEAD.
CHEESE. Pig, 9 to, 9o
Wettern Reserve, V to Bar, " 9
fnglish Dairy, " 1S&16 LEATHER.
COAL. Sole, oak tanned, J ft 40
Cumberland, bushel 20a26 Skirting, " 49
Sewanee, bushel, 1620; Hemlock (3
COFFEE. I Harness, " 87 40
fava, j to 17&18! MOLASSES.
Uguyra " &14 New Orleans, $ gallon 6$ST0
fco " llld
L 1 A Hllir.r Hunt. "
, l 10
jheet.V. to, 40c
Manilla, j) to 18 20:
Lard, 9 gallon. 1 15
Unseed 'r l 13$t 20
imencan Hemp, none.
Ala. A Ten. tfto 11&13
Tanner's, V gal T5J110
Ti 0 10c 9 dot
do tup. y gal,
White lead, in oil, per
keg ' 2 40
Chrome Green, W to SSfo-te
WO lie "
K) 18c M
4-4 8heeting c $ yd
Tent Cloth, (8 yds
Tent Cloth, (7-8th
Snanish Brown M 49
White sine, 124"14
Stone Color, loo
Bacon llama, $1 to CI
do shoulders ' fiillX
do sides, " dftl4
Hog round, 4.12
Tarpaulin Cloth, ba.se
Twilled Bagging, lXal4
Mariner sstripes, 14alt
Seavy Woolen Jeans, 40a45
Laidtor Linseys, 8035
Vamless bars. t4 80 W dot.
?.tint mipliin.. ..). 4(1 Ijtrd '
JKUGS AND DYKSTUFK8. Me.:, 9 bushel
Moea t ID W ,Kggs,
Alara, " 04te
tsttfeetida " 40
Horax Crude " 8540
" refined " 87,V40
Carolinareh.y to 637
Barrel, $ bushel, 85JII
Sack fine bag, 1 75
do coarse ' VI 00
Ointharidea " 2,5'ft3,001
Castor oil gal.,l 82 hi
Clover, S 50 19 00
(j ream Tarter, V
ia ouif4 vu
Flor Sulphur, "
Gum Arabic, "
Logwood gr'nd '
Oil Pepperm'tt "
Kltk Seed, $1.00stl 11
85c(,tMi Herd's Grass, fl 60
66(70 Blue Grata, clean, i t
ttripped. 1 f0(l S5
Orchard, 4b 2iii 6u
Bock, V bag. 13 50
bt'-tao" Cincinnati.brown W B 8
.Vni5 to Turpentine Bar "
T 0W(J7 50 CaatileA Windsor " 11Q&0
S1 15l 8TKEL.
Uuintna, H oi.
3 7s.af.-t iii American Blister V aMXSK1
y 0 2.Uti2,5(iKnglish do
Sal Soda. bo
Saltpeter, " 12014
Saleratua, " 1
Senna, " S5&50
jgarLead, " 80
New Orleans. ft 11V2M8
Verdigrit, " bO Havana, whit
FEATHERS. do brown "
Uv Geese, aj lb, 42$45 Loaf, "
Maccerel.No 1 V bbl 821 0" Powdered, "
No 8 " $12 5"' 8PICE3.
No 8 " U 00 Spice
' FLOUR. Ginger Race V ft
Tennessee, $8 50 9 00 Cloves,
Raitini, V box, f 4,00(24 50 SPIRITS.
Almonds, V B,
!i0 IBrandy FrenchgaltJ.50(a5,0fl
Applet, dried V bosh.
none. I do American" 855tc
none Rum, Jamaica, " $l,2.NtfM0
none.1 do American, " 7.'j:$l ii5
jGin, Holland, " fl.&'l.oO
825' do American, " 8 75
IWhiaker. " SOo.82
Window 8 a 10, ba 8-lt04,Dtil TEAS.
do 10x18, 4,(Ni(ft5,00 Imperial, b 60CH,n0
do 10 a 14, fiVo, Gunpowder &Oia75
GKAIN. 'Young Hyton " 4ua0
Wheat, fl bushel, nomlnai.'lllack, " 81 "0
Corn.yellow ' TSiTt 'Narcissa P. Saunders' 8C638
OaU, clean ' to) Nectar Leaf, 8 oa Ips. 8&;t5
GL'NNT BAGS. IXL, 8 " - 8H6483
X bushels each, 12(215 FF, 8 - - S.:t0
none. ,0.fc Labby.8 " K4j29
GUNPOWDER. J. Randolph, 8 " "
tifl, V keg, T,r0 !h. Morgan' nutmeg, NxjiT
lasting " 85,00 H. Morgan't I e lump ttil
HEMP. John Lyon't Cherry, 85,&
Manilla, "? lb, non. 'J. O. Horn's 5 oa. Ip., 35A
Amer.dew rotted fi t ...J Know Nothing, go
44 water-rotted 44 .... Langhorn A Ar'd Jat River to
TENNESSEE IRON. 'Virginia twiit, tb, 8530
aar, common, v b Of Kentucky 10.20
band, 44 TSt'H Uti, " 8(15
noop, om'kw ii.ituin.
Bheet, 44 b((4l4 Cider, ? gallon, 10; f bl 5,00
est oouenron - (Ml maia.
Pig, Vton I30C35 Madelia,Vgallonl,5oC8,08
TALI.UW. isnerry, " S'i,h"t4,00
Rendered, l B lOlljMalaaatweet" tMr.1 00
TWINE. Port, ' 1,ihi4,08
naung, 7; d, sooavrpjnampagn y dot
KATTSOPZXCHAIIQE. U5CTJZKI5T TTTXIB,
OOBktCTtD WttllV At
1 ENNE33XE,elnotepeyBbleat Nathvill. pre
do do do Breaches. bar
KENTUCKY, all solvent Banks,
OHIO, all ml veal bank,
INDIANA, Stat Bank
INDIANA Free Banks
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia Bank,....
Country d ....
If KIT TORS, City Banks,
Country Bankt .,
MASSACHUSETTS, all good Banks,
tihjiu.it, do do
NEW HAMPSHIRE, do do
NEW JERSEY. do do
CONNECTICUT, de de
RHODE ISLAND, do do
MARYLAND, Baltimore Bank.
1 dis .
. 1 dis
t to 3 dls
8 ta ftadia
Country Banks ..
PELAWAKK.au good Bank,,
ALABAMA, Bust Bank..
Southern Bank of Alabama, ...
nan er Montgomery
Bank of Mobil,
LOUISIANA, ail tpeei pari n g Baa ,. .
WISCONSIN.all good Bank,...
MAINE, do d .
GEORGIA, Old Banks
14 to 60e dis.
light xehaaga New York
do de New Orleant,
d d Cincinnati,
de do Louitvtli,..
X ta Vpre
P M pre
"ay biiiibb new irt.. ...
.......... ?t wi
o de d.
ae e eaBtw w dn
W de de. m Ikf dla
tv a aa w j .
GOLD A aw ric an Sold,.. h til pre
r,8 "O .... par
H- IS re
eW.. i 04
! . M
Scatbwestern Seed and iaCTiccitiml
IU HAW ITRTCT, LOwUTXLLE, KETITCXT.
f 8d it aew eetataWte. eoatatia ia i
abM Kattcky Bla Qntt kWd;
8,a 44 trctiard mm ;
Sod iopr Hrd wrata sVd;
b. Tiasotay 4a;
toe 44 Clover dot
w' " o(Orsaga do,
' " Mitt 4
t - It. op So;
68 t a.ry a.
tM m Tupubloaa,
tWAiTIS BUSS? CAEriS UZ2V.
V a prvpe-ed I Krtui (ra A n.ls Sinf.o
So, af th t'"v of laAk, bt t& aowtd. hm eat, at
a ba ai4ucf 1W r tou Mu-nu A lifttnu s...sl
ada U 4.; a. Voicra ria.::v !.- -.
t& fUti BA0T81XX
MACY & HAMILTON.
House and Lot for Sale.
BT virtue of a decree pronounced by the County Court
of Bedford county, at th March term, 7S5T, in th
eaa of J. P Calhoun and other, ex parte, I will sell ia the
city of Nashville, on SATURDAY, the 0.h day ol Ma' next,
one House and Lot in theciiy of Nashville, known at Lot
59, in the plat of lot mad out for L. U. Lamer, and regit
tertd In the Retister's o1ie of Davidson eounty.in Book
No, 18, pages 552 and 558. Said lot ia situated oa th cor
ner of Washington Street.
Ttaats. Said Lot will be sold as follows : Tb purchaser
will be required to pay one-third in eash;the balaoc ia
equM payments of tlx and Twelve month: purchaser giv
ing bond and two approved securities,
KT" ?a!e to b made at the corner of the Market house,
mays td JO. H. THOMPSON, Commissioner.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE F0S SALE-
HAVING sold, within th last twelv month, eight
tracts or parcels of Land to tight different persons,!
torn evidence that I am offering good bargains. I have
a few more to offer to thos wishing to purchase. At ham
improving a Farm near Athport, Tenn on th Mississippi
River, I bave determined to tell my Land in Davidson and
Sumner countiet during th present year, to eoneentrat
my business at one point. Th Farm I rid oa, mile
from Nashville, near the Nashville and Louttvill Railroad
and the Gallatin Turnpike, half mil from Cumberland
River, containing 128 acres, well improved, with a good
brick house with seven rooms, kitchen, store-room and
four roomt in th basement story, all necessary out build
ings of every detcription, of eedar timber, superior fruit
orchards, fin garden and vineyard: about CO acre clear
ed; balance good limber, aad well tet in blue grata. A
bargain can b had by applying to J. L. A R.W. Brown,
Nashville, or to myself, npon th premises.
ALK). 425 aertt, in lots to tuit purchasers, 10 miles
from Gallatin, near th Railroad. A good ehane for per
sons of small capital who want borne. Termt easy, and
time will be given. Apply to Joseph 8. Wallace. Sumner
county, or to the undersigned, at hit resideno. I hav
also, Steam Saw Will Machinery and Horse Mill Power lor
sale at a bargain. B. EUBST.
LONG CUEEK MILLS FOR SALE -BASE 0PP0R
TTJIUTT TO IA5D-BUTERS.
WE offer fbr tale about 12(H) acre of Land, oa Long
Creek, about It mile North of Nashville. A large
portion of the tame is well timbered; a splendid Saw M ill,
propelled by a never-failing stream of water; many conve
nient and comfortable improvements; whole tract tplrndid
ly watered, and oapabl of making an excellent stock-farm:
there it on th mill-yard from ti,(KM) to $9,000 worth of
tawed timber; on or more wacon and teams; stock hogs,
eattle, Ac., Ac, with every article necessary to Carry on
such an establishment. To enterprising business men, thi
altogether offers a most splendid opportunity to make a
Terms. Three equal pavmentt In 6, 18 and 14 rronths,
r atiafactorily secured, payabl In Bank with interest, and a
lien retained at usual. Apply to
march24 NANCE A WOODWARD.
T1IC FAMOUS IIOADSTEKS.
THE EATON HORSE,
NA VGA TUCK BLA CK II A WK,
Imported and Owaed by the Tennessee Lire Stock
'I'HCTE tnperb aMmalt will make their first teason In
X Ttnne.sse at th but Fair 6 rounds, near Nash viila,
terminating July th4ih, 1857, at $23 tb teajon, and will
be limited to 40 mare each.
Stockholder and gentle n a wishing to breed their mar,
will please make their entrie io f. R. Rains, as soon as
practicable, and settle thru- billt during th season with Dr.
B.C. Foster, Treasurer of th Company.
Good pttorg will b furnished lor wares by P. 1.
R ilnt, or T. Fanning, at th utuil prices of the country, and
grain will be fed and extra attention given, if required.
THE EATON E0RSX it a good red urreL full trn.
teen hands higb,and for strong point and perfection ol
form, for a horse of hi great siae, hi equal eanaot be
foun t. Hs was bred In Maioe, I fifteen year old, ha
trotted under 8 mm. 50 see. and It one of th fullest Mes
senger horses known. Hit dam was a descendant f lh
old W inthrop Mesngr, and hit sir was of th Long Is
land branch of MtMeoger. Ui coll ar large, and ar
generally open, sonar aad flrt trotter. H I th sir ef
the "lira r rtranger," that trotted in 8 mln. 80 see,, after
in. -H..M..1C, w. wnuuaij injured, on me ic, and mm for
8'2iO,of Mount Vernon, that trotted at th United But
Fair at Philadelphia, In th word of Mr. Brown, ehalrmaa
of eommittee'Artswity :40-.,, and many other excellent
roadsters. Mr. Holmes, editor of MThe Main Farmer "tayt
of him in hi paper ef April 8d, 167,that 44 So inrwann
lAe d.iyt oVutOld Wtnthrvp llfngrr, (n ton of Impnr
Ud Mf.rnger,') hat got to many fUH trrtUrt," anu th
ageote of th Cemimny regard him a a borte ef higher
charac er lor tiring roadsters tha a any ether ia America,
NAUGATUCXBLACX HAWK, i a rich and stylltb
brown hor.e, sight year, old, 15 hand high, ha oftca
trotted in i:45, and he bor off th first pnt aver 44 Loa
Star," and man other at th But Fair he d at Nw Have
latt year and hit colu ar remarkably promiaing. He wtt
tired by Vermont Waek Hawk, that mad D. Hill, hit aw
er,ovr 8o,wk, grand air rhermaa Morgaa, great graad
irth original or Jos' in Morgan Horse. His dam wat
Lady Burton, by a ton vf old Membnno, aod b by th las
portd Meweuiier. H it naif brother to Kthaa Allen, tb
mct popular trotting tullioa living, Biark Hawk Maid.
Black kl.h,Know-Nothlng that trotud alChloago Ib8:x7W
and beat Flora Tempi on Long Istaod la S.Sti; Bell of Sa
ratoga, that weat lo 8:X,aod snaay ofth bet roadsters
of th country. ? Llnaley' boo oo Morgan brs. a
IIXi to 1J. n '
Tha animals bav been Imported from the North, wltl
a view of aflording th bet opuor iu ni t ies for breadln. ana. a)
family horse, and th Dirotn hav therafor put them at
o pricw isai win juauiy WBr 61 Stare I Drd to thSBS.
" a.r.i.usiu.1, K. U. rlHTER.
ANDREW AWlNIi, R ALLEN,
F. K.RAINH, JO. EDWARDS,
T. F a .N S IN ti, IDtrteting CummUUt
UIIANU OPEMIMU DISPLAY
CP FRENCH PATTERN
Jio. 32 UnionStreet,!
AT THE 1TEW TORK KILLDTERT EUTORTUX.
f pHE largeat a wsll at th eape stock af th tbev
A Goods r ver opened ia thi dty. Our toaay eutioaoert
us tam r. 17 uu irroH(oos u Bute saajT ua ea ebtaia
log good bargain of
Boo oris, tiipswys.
Fiats and Hate,
Head Urease, Rrhboa,an4
Trimming. Preach Flower.
Mantilla, k aoroMWn,
Ldi brew Cap.
Patent Knunsioa Skirt.
Ladi Corsets, sv.ry st rl,
aaa a varwty el tar fancy Good.
" ' eon nan ut recelvuur leattkiu u son
Ptaia aod Fancy
IIAIU HLO.tr, B01ETS AID HATS
Blearbed tad shaped !h pral ttyl ay the Bw Itailaa
Iy Bmn.t ar Baas thai bav failed sxhor aartlM.
warraaud lu b doa 'an Brown.' SA Caiea straat.
suaj 1 1 ti
FAACV DOSXETSm PICAIC HATS
QFHB stoat tiqoUKyWf the aaoa.
jest recjvsd pr but ttoocMrt fro to- T J
Itum th nrrrdnUd patreBag ta bav r.r.1. , t
tnw taaaoB. i wwwuob asKwaasioautin. .... ,v
aa tally eaufc i.d ta rapatauoa af r ka., .a
'rva w irws -f rw ni, aa aav ssaU uu j adu
tioB to aw, wbukjj ss bvw select la 1 M.i as
urii. ttu so sua.
ta-- FWr, lJt, that trill dellrhl . .. w
gik t powy Hat Mbvoabisg. Cait aaom. .a M
at oa w tmtm swssswss, ss wij oo s. Mm.
Oar u af BXraw atvd Fancy f t -11 1 'mltmsiisrais. Aa
l.t rttb Pari. BajsJ aad Fancy Basmu, ftsriwd ttyl;
- . Mag . tXJfca.f;
ti eMkbgua fviraw and U..r fia 4;le;
8 doa.a tauvorted Isciriai tto Boaaota;
ttt Carto' f Fart Fwwu, bm baaaoia, panias aad
Vt Cnomt mt Parte Ribbeae, lee ba4a aa1 drasa
80 4Vr Uoaf Sklru, boa asd tt utra beat. A t
b Vmb SpaUb asd Prwea Faaa;
8 da.a raraaota, aaanrtod sjoaiuv;
Rich H ack Lay aaouii asd atrtJa-
Bagal tststtM aad LtaM, wfcits. bsoad aaa Hsim
tiKI Baai Coiiar aad fam, be tmwrixusa.
IImii luiu; t--'M lu aad aisa Caboa Purs m uT.ZT
vsobs, v'w mosij rsar wwraw. eao Barnsrom
u a sum at a groai rMscsaw ut rricwt.
1 troM to rwt. U. ease bbri pu r, to
u-e aiteeuoa. pMteai.ti aad sig af ba'mm LT
atABd a eai.us.a4a.
s. s.r. . . . Wl?, Afflt.
J Caioe ,a.tli,i.Wea..k.
CMILUR KI) SlltRTS-JM iNwd 8atao.
i aUBt f Ciot etiri. Uuot t,-a, 4d at
stwe ( tsBk-whtart M Botaary avsMU'M bsAoa
fisf ta Pe W KmiA Malt buc. J.
, Kur id Uaaitoa k, Maaiia. MaJt77yTl
taa.r-eivoa, rkd asd, Part fcw
. ... ... .pi. ...... .
" SOCTHEItX LOTTERY.
I1AVANA PLAS LOTTERY!
JASPSX COCSTT ACADSXT LOTTERY. BY AV
; TBORITY or TEX STATS OF GK0RGIA.
O EM EM BE 3 tai Letury haa only lS.UOO A ambers lese
lv thai any Lottorv ta th wo'ld.
SATtiKDA V SMALL SCHEME, to be drawn !n pablle,
at MaoB. U aniter tb wora unrintcodence of Col.
See. M. Logan and W. C. Anderson. Eaq.
Every Saturday In May, 1SST-1S000
CAPITAL PRIZE 3,OOOt
tV Prises payabl without deduedoa. 8
Clata 83, May 8d; Clat 84, May 9ih; Cas 8.", May Uth;
Class 86, May SSd; (tni iT, May SOtb.
J Pr'ta eg fj.ano
1 do of 1 .KJ
do of ....... l us
f ...8500 a
10 do of ia...
. . 1 ,51
.. 5 uoo
1513 da of....
1,858 Pritt,amaating to.
Ticket 84. Halves q ,rfert i.
Certifieal of Pack art t ol Trm TickeU ar sold at aa
fol.owmg ratea, which is tb r.ik:
ltl Vt b I Tickets t.4
10 Half Ticket .""7.777". H
10 Quarter Tickets... 17."".! 8
Bank bole of ond Bank ikn a r."t hretsea
New York rcmitttd for pi se. Addrest tidcrt lor Tacktt
or CciUlScates ef Paebag of Ticset to
CLASS SS DRAWS MAT 230.
ss T - 30TH.
ANDERSON A SON, Mtnagers, Mcon,a.
Cff" OHer for TickeU addresd to O.U. WINTER,
Boa N. 808, Nashvill, Tenn., will b promptly attend.!
to. ANDK1U0N A SUN, Maoagarm,
ravlS Macua, tia.
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTEREIS!
MOST BETXIIAJT SCHEME EER USATSTT.
CAPITAL PItlZK $GO,000!
Tiolxota only $10!
Owing to the great favor with which our Sing! Number
Lotteries hav been received bv th publie. an I th largo
demand fbr Tickets, th Manager, . bWAN A CO., will
hav a drawing rath Saturday tbroughout the year. The
following Schema wtll be drawn ia each of lb air Loiter!
To be drawa in the City or Atlanta, Gorgia,ln public, oa
SAT I It DAI, Jl.NE CtU, 1S5T.
To be drawn In Ut City of Atlanta, Georgia, In publie, oa
SATURDAY JIXK 1 3 lis, 1857.
To be drawa la th City nf Atlanta, Georgia, In public, ea
SATURDAY JINC SOth 18.7.
To b drawa la th City ef Atlanta, Georgia, fn public, a
BATTJRDAT, XTOE 27th, 1857, oath Flaaoi
1I0RE THAU 0HE PRI2E TO ETERT 10 TICXZTS
MAC'II ICE r N IIE.TIE1
TO BE DRAWN .
EACH SATURDAY IS JUNE.
1 Prix of I50.00A 1 Tr t of 1.A0
1 44 44 80,000 1 44 44 1,000
1 44 - 10.000 1 - 44 1,000
I " 8,000 t " 44 l,o.'0
1 44 6,000 43 Prises of 8M
1 800 li0 44 44 100
1 8,S0 100 " 80
1 44 8,500
4 prixes ef ttli Apxm'g te foO.Ono prit ar.
3.305 prisaeaaoaatlngte 9204 OOO
Whole Tickets, S10; EaItoj t3; Quarters $2.4 0
PLAN OP THE LOTTERY.
Th Number from 1 to 80,000, corresponding with thos
Number oo th Ticket printed on separate sl.p f paper,
are encircled with small tin tube and placed in on Whewl.
Th flrsttST Prists, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed la another Wheel.
Tbe wheels ar then revolved, aad a number I drawa
from th Wheel of Number, and at th tame time a pria
I drawa from th other wheel. The Number and Prtto
drawa out ar opened and exhibited to th audtenr, and
registered by th Comralasionar; th Prit being placed
against th Number drawn. Thi operation 1 repeated
until all th prise ar drawn out.
t The two preceding and two succeed in Number to thos
drawing th first 18 Prit will be entitled to tbe 48 Approx
imation Prise. For example: if Ticket No.l!x.V draw
th. 8"l",f'0'J prlie, thos tic nets numbered UStrt, 11149,
11251, 11W1 will each b en tilled to t'U. II Ticket No.
63 draws th 830.000 prit, tho ticket numbered MS,
648, Ml, 63, will each be entitled to Ji.o, sod to en ae
eordin to tha above scheme.
The 3.000 Prises at $20 will be determined by the
last figure of the Number that draw the 141,000 Prit.
For cxampl. If th Number drawing th f 60,000 Prit ends
with NoJ, then all th Ticket where th number odt ia
1 will b entitled to 820. If th Number end with No. 8,
the all th Ticket whr th Number end with 8 will be
nulled to t0, aod to en to 0.
Certificate ot Package will b sold at th following rates,
which m th risk:
Cartiflcat ol Package ef 10 Whol Ticket 8 f 8-
44 44 10 Half 44 4 8
" " " 10 Quartor- te
" M 10 Eighth " 10
IW ORDERING TICKETS
Inolo th money to ear addret tor tha tickets ordered ,
ea receipt of which tby will bfowarded by 8rt mail.
Furehassrscaa have ticket ending in any figure they ma
Th list of drawn numbers and p rites will be Uet to par
chasers immediately after th drawing.
I vPurchar wi 11 pl.aa write their tlgnaturei plaia
and riv their post oSe. eoanty and Stat.
tiTIUBtBbtr that vrv Prima la Jnsn ini sstiklsl.
full wlthoat ddctioB.
rT" A II Prtso f 8 1.000 sad aader. paid I mmadlatel v aft a
th drawing ether prm at tb usual time of thirty day.
an oommanicauoB strictly ennnientlal.
Addross Order for Tlekeu or Certificate te
y I. SWAN A CO . Atlanta. Ga ,
8. SWAN A CO., Montgomery, Alt
or, Z. STkMiTlE. tgen
Box No. 3, Nahvul P. 0.
I vr A list ef th number that ar drawn from th whet.
with th amount of the prise that each on Is entitled to, will
b published aftr (very drawing, ia th following papers:.
New Orleans Delta, Mobil Rrginter, t harteston Standard,
Nashvill Uasrtto, Atlanta Intelligencer, New Vonx Weekly
Day Book, Savannah Morning News, aad Richmond Di
patch. Mavte if
A WORD TO TUB WISE !
wish u be
go at one and
get nan of
aa. ll Is the Wr . a. .!
only remedy thaB wffl rwrnev all ImpunticB from the
BLOOD. It biBgaToaie,llwilialtheamtlB Btrtagta
n and lavignrst th tytteta.
Thousands la St. Loai hav ased it, and tbe antvvnal
xprioa kt, that U aever fail la curing aay complaint
arising tret aditordfd 8'at of th Lv.r, Stomach er
Bowala. A lew do wtll war Diarrrm r DTteBtery.
At a Dioretie, It will ear sty tttsva ef tb EWnrv,
Clenst, r Bladder; s aa AlUrailve, It wtll pwri'y the
blood, aad rmov all Tallow, Pi tuple er Bores from
It U a tor prvitlv for Ttllow Fever, Chill Agaa
and Pevtr. and Che lor , Ther I as mistak abl a.
W aa refer t handrsd f Steamboat Ma and ethers to
prov lat faet. '
McLtAt't tTBsaoavwnrta Coesui do not riulr er
tlfioatoe te brlag it lata sot loo, oa do t tamciont to
oBViaee th rnont tkeatieeJ ef ttt woaderful lavivoratia(
effect. Call and try it. ll a vary pleasant to take.
Every Country Merchant should take a supply bona
with hint. It aa Irtditpeatabi remedy fbr every family.
J. O. MoLEAN, Sol ProorMtor of this Cardial
A law, McUos't VsirsnM f UotmeBU
rkT PrtnefpaJ Dwpwt, ea Ike roraor of Third aad Fib
strata, St, Loss. M.
UT Prte, fl 00 per Bottle.
XT Far ) by aN th principal MrhAaU aad Dmf
flau la lb aty aad eaaatry.
NIcLEA!TS VOLCANIC OIL LI"inClT.
Th grtil rdy ever d.teovcrtd 8v Maa er Beasl
Te aopraUd twiwim mt thi LtnuDool it a a6Via 8
goaraot tor It tttoBishltg 9caa v. Tb Laaa ar tsad
to walk, the Wwded, Braised aad Sor ar k.alo.1, ana
all wb aa tt rate la It ktaiiog aad invigorating mt
MeLaaa4 Ttleani OH Liaiacal os-ss.s sr atlv pow
ersap.net I all tbr external rmdl-e,bicg cheat.
eally wmbiaod a to rwtaia ia it combioaboa ail th vtr
tua of iu evral larrdiaa a to eoabi it te penetrate
th mlaataa Vaatol ml tb body. diwmiaeUar tt boailc
iaflct, twsMVtng tb caa of lb dwa.. , aad i pUnT
hfe, health, Mrvag tb asd vivao y loth wbuie tytue.
W tea mt bar daily el aruo wb war wearol
Cripple. Their asms or W1 paralltod or drawa crooked,
tbir oavie bwioa sbtiveiiod aad eu trsvted , s aw aowr.
" ta tkotr prsBaaat vwatorstsoa of lb aa lbe
liabt by tb ao of btcLeaa' caiebrawd Vra OU Usi
anat. "aba." then wilt soger with Iwessl ptva orostavaal
dtisaste abe a sal and ar rraody a to i y obLaus47
Reader, are ywa adtidod wiu Coocwrt. Pilot, Tasaar.
SweUisg, Brb.a, tMart, Paralysst, Cars or isSajaisy
tory lUaaaavatMSB, StiO la yoar Joist, Cbusi4
Mats!, N'O'aVa, wosta M tn imam bkcm
Ligajsss, tut Art or Tssll Ah. Brsuw, praia.
bMiJi F'wih Cat, fkwrter Fvr Sor, Caked Braaattv
Swo ti Bursa, scoks, iBaaaaaUua Fa.na, so m
kr to mvsj ts wag tit tassst sttuiitaf sVifior
Do tosetr. htolawss lassa OU Lli.itsv.at wdl ear ob
II ba ba itarwacbly totatd ta all ml tb aba diaer.
w bav arvr haawa a to tail la giving tmmmit a
Tbst atih itsst sod AWtrsssrug das, the Pitas, which
ba borwtcdor ba oat.lrd iBcuratu, ask. be Bsraiav.
eatiy tarwd by ' watetj UtHsnat.
Tba irifi a toeevr w.UI snnnji iimmaat aa 1 rrai.
f m an ai sd a s.p?y of aiaUsa'l VoAasa
Oat Ustasoat. it a mmim aad riaa etu. atvd Iks mmit
nsiiabl rsdy h tbe etkresf kxsJ ttAtf.twuiiaav
tav, e aaa mt boast.
J. B. BtLE 13, Sol prxsprtor.
W Prlnolpal IVsot ea tbe ra.r of Ftae aav tatr
ttoi, 8. Laaa, Mo.
laT F aaa by aa ta evfawikal Ktat aad Brssf.
gi-t ta tk.wiy aadtmttivy. rt
TO THOSE WIT" IOVK XI1E.II8. I LL.
A.U W s -1 v v.
TCATI A REMIBT tft'llll v ikrkBt-ki FJ rim
aal - " asl raA.if Iwsmss, &. lu NVt4
AikN 1 J J r" a t as as s &..,
M st t em. r W" " io,
mm4 4 nv.tmt I tb rawiAoB, ef aa ia..nUi sice f
Caswiikas, or a ' "Ml of ih CheM mt Woe, or su
ari'.f k MS a mrmm Aowa aod sAitrd itswum, W-4
tvc.! rteard tk Kc. It v:i lAtKuw.
twsa aa suj aJ alsvutwil-g tfe.s w-, a x-'.ji,
At'4rwM A. 1AA fSWiiit,
.j e issias. . it r.aai&. t
PwZRC3 PUs i;-j!c,T-ii rat rwTJaa4