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Saturday Horning:, Hay 30, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing the
Post Office better List.
A.F.Gorr, Jjsir L. Ewise and Micbael Vacgb. can
didate tor the Legllture, address their Iciiow-ciU-acoa
at tbe following times and placet:
At MsWuirtersVille, on Monday, d of Jane.
bmitb .-prior. Tuesday, 141 of Jane.
Cain Ridge Campground, on V. ednesday.Sith Of Jun.
Tu-cuUqi, on Tbarsday , tih ol Jose.
M Atkinson Gap, on eaturday.iTih cf Jane.
" Tank, on Monday, Vtb of Jane.
L0( Creek, on Wednesday, Ut of July.
Davidson's 8tore, fcdtfieW,on Thundsy, !d of J"T-
GoodteUsville, on Friday, d of July. . .
" Robertson's or Tarbrougi'r Slore, aturdey, J
Mr.Riley, on Mondar, b of Jo y .
- Uvebiore,bauihnJvdie, (at nHhtJ Wedaeaday,
8;b of June. . . . .
- Bro id .ire, (at nlfht,) on Thursday, t of iff.
- mate Town, 8ulh Kashvule, on Friday, 10th
t3TOoe of tbe most beautiful buildings erected
io ibis city for tome time, is tbe marble front block
of Dr. A. L. P. Greeo, corner of College tod
Union etreetii; built for the nee of tbe Planter1
Bank, tc Tbe f uement intended expreselj for
tbe use of tbe Bank, ie one of the neatest in point
of fiuish aod convenient in its appouitmenU wbich
we have Seen. Tbere Are two vaults for tbe safe
keeping of books and paper, and money, which
arecerlaiulv very superior being built of wrought
Iron, with capacious air-chambers, between the
walls of the vault and tbe walls of tbe building.
Tbe bank furniture is uniform, neat and tastelul
a fine imitation Spanish Oak. Tbe keys will be de
livered to the Bank officers on Monday unt. Tbe
other tenement on College street is nearly similar
to that of the Bank. Torre are two magoiScent
three story stores on Union street, which embody
a 11 the recent improvements in tbe construction of
Tbe structure is of the beet material, the car
nish, wiuJow caps &c, being of cast iroo, which,
together with tbe cement-roof make it fire-proof.
Dr. Green certaitlv displayed great taste acd
enterprise in this building, and set an example
well worthy of imitation by other owners of pro
perty in tbe city.
rST Rev. Dr. Uoueton will preach in the First
Preab'atrian Church to-morrow morning, At half
bast 1 J o'clock.
X3T Be the advertisement of Mr. F. Behagen,
No. 12, me Deaderick.
HAkhville Jockey Club Race.
For; at H Dat, Friday, May 29, 1857. bweep-
- (takes for three year olds; f200 eutraoce; $50 for
feit. " to lie beats. Sii entries four paid forfeit.
Win. Roundtree'e e. c, by Sd Boston, dam Sally
Jones. Lv Leviathan. - - .
W. Carrick i. f. bv ia.pt. Albion, dam by
RatWl 2 2
The filly was the favorite, end bets were fretly
made on her, at long odd-t, some as high a twenty
to one. Tbe result shows that the "knowing ones"
were wise only in their own conctit. The, colt
won the race in two heats, taking tbe lead in each,
and maintaining it throughout. A large amount
of the rhino waa dropped by the over-coiifiJeut
backers of the filly. Tbe day was fine and the at
'lo. Day's) ltaciug.
Tbe races close to-duy, with an attractive bill.
Tbey have thus far been well attended, and no
doubt the largest crowd of tbe seabou will be out
ta wiLnriia the closing ud. The proirittor has
been attentive iu bi exertions to please, has bad
every iblog about the course io good order, "and
will to-dav Dut bis bes'. foot forward. For the
ladies he will provide tbe Terr beet of accommo
Tbe following are the entrie:
Wm. Rouudtree names ch c, "Tom Ennee," by
Si Boston, dam Sally Jones, by Leviathan, 3 yrs.
V. 8. Stevenson names b h, Tascred, by Sover
eign, dam by L:vialbao ft yrs. old.
Brn Maione Dimi ch m, Ella Temple, by
Albion, dam by Leviathan 4 yrs. ol 1.
P. S. Fowler names br m, Cherokee Roee, by
Hamlet, dam Sally Jonrs, by Levinluau, 4 years
B. F. Cheatham names b m., LixxU Bug, by
Epsilon, dam Cottage Girl, by AinJerby, 4 years
tifwe hope our readers will pardon tbe nu
merous typographical errors which have appeared
in this column during the past few days. Tbey
cannot be more auuoyed by them than we are.
t35TB. S. Weller ljs belore the public, through
the medium of the Patriot, some information
touching Jjie stock of agricultural implements.
crass and cardea seed. Ac. Ac. which be rial in
lore, to wbich we invite the attention of our far
ming friends. Tbe "old gentleman" is disposed to
be governed by the maim to "live and let live,"
aod will dispose of anythiug be has to sell on ac
commodating tfrma and the lowest possible prices.
Croaker's iratlliuerf Establishment.
We doubt whether the fair dames and belles of
Nashville have ever experienced so much difficulty
in the selection of a bonuet, as this season, at t'.iii
establishment. The cause is not to be found in the
increased fastidiousness or captiousneot of their
tastes, oor in the paucity of the stock or inelegance
of the styles. No; we must look for it in some
other quarter. Their fancies, to tell tbe truth, have
been bewildered by tbe reat variety and beauty of
the assortment to choose from. They experience
such sensations while beholding it, ss one feels
in a rich conservatory surrounded by the rsrest ex
otica, andlavedin their delicious perfumes. Tbey have
such emotions as led the poet to wieh that tbe
lips ol all womankind, especially the beauties, were
condeused iulo one pretty pouting pair that he
might, in kiesiug them. Lias the whole race. Where
there is so much elegance, so great a variety, a
choice must be difficult. Tbe thing' natural ; and
the dear creatures are not to blame. But not ol bon
ne la alone does Crooker's congress consist. Nearly
all descriptions of millinery goods sre represented
there from the lightest and most etherial to the
heavier fabrics which art produces to adorn the
ovcllestbf nature's handiworks. a 16 U
JAS. II. KEXDHICK,
63, CKerty Str, XashvilU,
l-as JP X X. t X 2?
or ALL KIM'S,
lor Gaa, Oil, or C audi as ; and is prepared to have J
a as r i t in n cj .
done in the best manner.
Hit OA It NTIlEET It It I IX. i: CO.
THE aonaal election of this eompaav w ll be held at tbs
City liou-l, on Monday nest. Jane 1st, bstwtea tue
boars of l aud li e'e oea, A. M.
asay-t-Su B H. 1C01T. fJret'y.
B. S. WKLaLEIL
AQUICITLTURAL AND SEED 6T0EE
50-6T, COLL IPS T-. KASHTILLg. '
HATISO eeUblUkod a general AgrlsaltareJ Vrpot at
tbe above plaee.l d aire ail my eld and Iran fiteae,
and tbe public at large, lo call aid ewe tne, and eaassiae
say store in irane. is etbera, Ibe lateat and etoai ap
revrd Mowers and Raaorra. aarnbiil's nnrlvail.d anrm mm J
eo-ius vrurn; wnawy's preniasa riows and .IU valors, at
Kaataesy; Garden tWua, wf every variety, aiaa, Uiw,
Tlsse by, atao Ur.aa. Urrhard Graas, Canary, Uesap and
Sjspe reed, Isackwteat and fcailry, eonsiaotiy va baud.
an aiooe m agriotuusraj aa Uurucaltaral laiptesaeou aa
AM kinds of Copper. Tin, Brasn and Hbvet Irwa Ware
ax 41 aMsufaetured. and t.uve, braiae, Ae , lor safe. Ag
floalMral lospieaicnu aa on band, arderad aod avid at U-e
atanaiaatarwr'e prices aod transporiaUoa. Aiea.Tinnere'
fetacfeiaee and Haad fools fioa fack, Santa A to.1 Maaa
faetory, Hoalbmgum, U.Bt,
Jest received a supply el Bab, Lima and Cra Baans,
rnapkia tee a. for aaie low tut (m.
kl'l B. . WELLE t.
t-M ate b
CM 11AXD AHO
20,000 ru' ls,lC os UAliD ASD, ,AU(
" D. D. PICKET.
. ,u, n. D. PICKET.
a nn nn ll:s.
"V M Vf
STEA1IE0AT AND EIYEEUEWS.
Kay 28 City of Huntaville, Memphis ;
2 Charter, Smilbland :
29 Cily of Euctaville, Memphis;
James Jobnioo, New Orleans.
Tbe river is falling with about f feet water on the
tJfFoK Padccah. That beautiful and swift
packet boat Cuba is the floating institution for
Paducih to-day, connecting at that place with the
Louisville aud St. Louis packets. Get aboard
rly and secure rooms.
We ere authorized to announce James M. Uis-
tos as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county,
at tbe next March election.
We are authorized to announce Jobs K. Ed
mondsom as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson coun
ty, at the next March election.
We are authoiized to announce E. B. Biolit as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson couuty, at the
next March election.
Gubernatorial Can vaaa Appointments
Pomervillei Tuesday, Jane 1
Bolivar, Wednesday, 8
Jackaun, Thursday, M 4
Purdy, haturday, " C
Favannah, SloDday, " 8
Wayi.esboro, Tuesday, 44
Lawrenceburg, Wednesday, 10
Pula ki, Thursday, M 11
Fayetteville, Saturday, 1
W iucbeater, - Monday, " " 15
Ja-per, Wednesday, IT
Chattanooga, Tharaday, )8
Cleveland, ' Friday, - 1
Athena, Saturday, " 20
MadiMmTille, Monday, M S2
Ma-yville, Tuesday, - 88
Knoxrille, Wednesday, H U
frevierville, Thursday, " 23
Iaiidridge, 'nday, " 26
Newport. Saturday, " 21
G eenv lle, Monday, " 29
mesboro, Tuesday, - 80
JMaabethton, Wednesday, July 1
Blount ville, Thursday, " g
Kinpport, Friday, 8
Rnxersville, faturday, 4
Bean's Station, Monday, " 0
Taa-well, Tuesday, 7
Jackboro, Thursday, S
Clinton, Friday, " lo
Kingston, faturday, M n
f U, Monday, - 18
( onkeville, , Tuesday, " 14
Livln;ion, ' Wednesday, 15
Guiiboro, Thuri'iay, u g
Ca thaire, Paturdsy, 13
Ibanon' Monday, 20
Gallatin, Tuefday, 21
NashviDe, Wtdnesday, 22
Murireeahoro, Thurtday, " 28
thelbyville, . Friday, 24
McWinnville, Saturday, " V5
Franklin, Monday, 27
tolumbia, Tueailay, " 28
PimiiKQeld, Thursday, 80
Claiksville, haturdaj, August 1
Charlotte, Monday, " 8
The undersigned, candidates for Governor, hive agreed
npon tbe above list of appointments for the ensuing canvass.
Tbey would have been glad to be able to visit all the Coun
ties, but (be shortness of the time rendered it impossible.
1SHAM O. HARRIS.
Naahvlile, May 12th. 1S5T.
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
A T the treat Indiana Ptate Trial of Reapers and Mowers,
I. June 26, W, 21, 1836, at Richmond, under the direc
tion or me mate u-xomutee, the r.rrl Fremiu n of a t'iii-M
Silver Pitcher was awarded to the Maony Machine for iloinc
w wars me oni, suu inr ueiOK tne Desi eomoinea Machine.
In competition at the trial were twelve o'har kinds ol liar-
v-tstint; Machiues: among thoie actualiv out to the test in
the field by the committee, were the Atkins Pelf-Raker,
new i urs oeii-jiaser, fiann m nnn'S inaiana reir Kakcr,
nAHhciJKiii Dcu-nsner, vannem a uomoioed Mscnioe,
iiidu siiar, new ion u ana - Hater, llel'S Uuhtm's
Uand-Kkersndthe Ken'ucty UarveUer Onmkioed. I'hese
were all, w.th one exception, I ombined Marine. There
were alao teveral other kinds of Machines on trial againnt
tbe Manny Machine. The trial lasted through three ias,
and the Mann Machine was triumphant in the fle:d A
First Premium hai aho been awarded the Manny Machine
as a mower, me jveniucay Harvester cookeDlmg.
Decision of the Committee upon the trial of Reap
er and Moicert.
We, the nnderrigned, a committee appointed bv the Ag
ricultural bureau ol Tei.netsee to examine and lest Mow
ing Machines and report the result to the Bureau at IU
next a ecu 11, in execution ol said trurt, appointed Tburs-
amy, jane oin, to lest me Ove diOtrent Mowers entered.
Via: Manuy'a Combined Keaper and Mower; Macn's Self
Baking Kraner and Mower combined; Ketcham's Mower;
!" reii Ksamg neauer and Mower combined, and
Delta A Bunl.am'a xUni-l oer Keeper and Mower.
Wednesday, June Uib, waa appointed to te Ue Reap
ers that weie entered, as follows:
Deux A Dunham's Reaper, Atkins Pelf-Raking Reaper,
munj s ueaper, Ptw-iort Hanil-Kaking Keaper, Mann's
ceii-Basiiig nearer, ana n.s Bcw-lork eelf-llnking Reaper.
In tne le.ultol our judgment, the award is uvea . Man-
By's, aa tbe beet tomb ued Machine.
. H. I'ICKAKD, 1
J. C. HKKl!4. I
J M. KNIGHT, rCwMuUee.
w. o. UAKblO,
W. K, RA1.NB, J
FOR SALE BY TUE UNDERSIGNED A T
JGILNSOX & HOUSE'S.
Price, Two Uorse Machine l5(i,Fonr Horse Machine 11(0.
. F. CHEATHAM,
General Aent for the lute.
JOHN C. SCIIOOLEY &, CO.
No. 168 Vine Street,
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE.TBADEJ
Send for printed mils of Prices.
earn. a. V. OCTaaiS. aao. J. assuis
SMITH, GUTJJH1E & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
aso aacsTs roa ras ssls or
VIItt;i.MA & TENMI.'SMEE TOBACCO.
Ko. 664 Kaia St., Between Second and Third,
a. a. aasoaaa
Produce and Commission Merclianls,
AND DEALKRi IS
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, I1AY, &C
o. 7 Warren Block, Augusta, Ca.
A17 rartkalar attenlloa given te
tbe sale of all eon
To Architects Backer-, Contractor, and
Jail 1 c 1 is and Uoors.
Fire Troof Shutters and Doors,
Iron Crating Vc
JTEET facility tut doieg aud setting ap the above work.
Catalogue of designs sad pneee seat fey wail.
T. F. BAKER.
IT riflh aU, Bear Wester b Uew, tla.,0.
saa) a i avdaw.
r. A. BsaTsMca.- a. e asaaoenr. i
BLRTH0LD, BER50UDY t CO.,
Ccmraiieioa and rorrarditf; Kercninti,
A aaataa la
Sp, Bf ftrg, Baton ant Tlatr,
SSr Iwesigaaueots af ail Aoauaarn rradaoa r served
prvvpu; suwati a atajU-tnwAtt ly
w. reitura. wa .leeua. a. una' . ium, ,u
C. W. PHILLIPS & CQs
U1LLIA3IS, PHILLIPS & CO
sa r.Mo.t uriiEET,
a. a. eoot-e.
GOODE & BLACK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
e.iIl'H'1 cotai., TEXAS.
BY Till: NATIONAX. LINE.
Keports rurnisaed by the Associated Press.
ARRIVAL CF THE STEAMSHIP ARABIA!
LATER rnO.TI EUROPE.
Kiw Tobe, Msy SS. Tha steamer Arabia hu
srnved with jverpool advices to tbe 16th tnstaot,
Tbe Niagara and the Vtvuderbilt armed out on
Tbe steamer's news caused sd ranee in Cotton,
but it receded in tbe afternoon. Market steady
and unchanged. Sales of the week amount to 43,
000 bales, of wbich speculators took 7,000 and ex
porters 5,600. Estimated sales on Friday 7,000.
Consols 64. Money slightly easier. At Havre
New Orleans tret Ordinrire is quoted at 115 traocs.
Enolahd. Lord Palmerstoo introduced a bill in
Parliament to amend Parliamentary oatbr, omiting
tbo words " oo the true Liith of a CbrUtian." thus
admitinz Jews. ,
Staix. Tbe Spanish Armada has not yet left
Cadiz, lne Mexican Ambatsador bad an inter
view cn the 14 in with the Miuieter of Foreign Af
fairs st Madrid.
Spain wi:l send a special Envoy to China to se
cure a sbsre in tbe commercial arrangements.
Espirtero bas resigned his seat as Senator.
A correspondence relates that tbe King wss die-
covered in a connpirscy to dethrone tbe Queen,
aiid is threatened with trial for treason.
Russia. Russia is fitting out an expedition from
C-ronstadt, witb a special Luvoy to China.
A son is born to tbe Emperor and Empress of
ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS.
Niw Yoke, May 29. The steamer Vanderbilt
arrived out in ten days.
Cotton Quotations. Fair Uplands 81; Mid
dling 74: Fair Orleans 6f; Middling 7 l.-16tb.
Bullion in the Bank of England bas increased
Tbe Shanghai Silk market is active.
Lord Palmer-ton bas not resigned.
Lord Ekin bed left Singapore for Suex.
French three per cents are quoted at 69 francs
and 65 centimes.
There is nothing important by the overland
mail to tbe 80th of March.
Ruseia bas sent a special Envoy to China.
Niw York, May 28. Tbe Newark India Rub
ber Company s buildiug was burned to-day, with a
large stock of shoes. Loss $16,000. Five persons
were killed aod one injured very badly by falling
Chaklkstok, Msy 28. Tbe stesmer Isabel has
arrived from Ilavina, .ith dates to the 25th inst.
Sugsrs were sctive, but quotations unchanged.
block at Havana 230,000 boxes, and at MaUnus
93,000. Molasses are improving; Clayed 73 reals;
Muacavado scarce at 14 to 14 reals. Sterling Ex-
cnange tuiaiuu. iments unchanged.
Tbe United States frigate Wubaih arrived at As
pinwall on tbe 7in inst. Tbe Cyane was to sail
in a lew aays.
Wa8hingto5, Msy 28 The United States Dis
trict Attorney of Kentucky, bas informed the Cir
cuit Court ttiat the Government does not desire to
d. tain Jenkins in custody on the charge of piracy.
Tbe warrant was issued from a Justice of tbe Peace.
without tbe consultation of any officer of tbe Go
New Orleans, Msy 28. Gen. Wslker's friends
confidently sssert that he'will go back in thirty to
sixty days, with plenty of men and means. He
and bis staff attend -d an invitation to Spalding's
Amphitheatre to-nichL Tne bouse is densely
crowded. Walker rose end was cheered enthusi
astically, the bands plaving national airs.
Joseph Brennen, editor of tbe Times died yester
day, liis funeral took pUcr.lo-day. Tbe attend
ance was krge. He was a compttriot with Meagh
er and UilcbWI.
Chicaoo, Msy 29. John rinrab, the original
projector of the PutiQc Rmlroad, commuted sui
cide to day. Cause, insanity.
Cleveland, Ohio, Msy 29. The Presbyterian
General Assembly are diacuseiiig the rtUtion of
the Cliuicb to slavers). o Dual action hai yet
been taken, but there is considerable confusion.
Cincinnati, Msy 29. Msrshal Churchill snd
eleven asei-tanti attempted to arrest four persons
at JUectiann-eburg, charged with harboring fugi
tive elaves Miie months sgo. A writ of habeat cor
pus was taken out. but before it could be served
the United States officers with tbe prisoneas were
beyond tbe county bounds. Another writ was tak
en out and secured in Green county by the Sheriff
snd-a lirge crowd of citizens. Tbe United States
officers resisted and several shots were exchanged,
tbey were, howevir, overpowered and taken priso
ners snd brought ta bpringfield for trial, for resist
ing the county sheriff. Great excitement prevails.
Boston, Msy 29. Tbe Governor of Massachu
setts bas vetoed tbe bill for the relief of the Kan
Washington, May 29 Wm. B. Reed, Commis
sioner to Chins, red ived Ins instructions to-day.
Lord Kapler s residence was bti'liantiy illuminat
ed in honor of the Queen's birth-day. A ball and
supper were given. Many distinguished persoos
were in attendance.
DAILY PATRIOT 0FTICK,
Ka&HVuxa, May 8o,lc&T.
Cottos No tales.
Tobacco Sales yesterday of five hogsheads at 17.15 ;
9 : 14 23; 1.' 25: 12.9 '. LitUe In Market
Baoos There is still an active demand, while the re
ceipts are Inadequate to supply. We quote at 12' eta for
shoulders; 13X eta for bams, and lejtfe for sides from
wagons, there waa yes erday a sale of 60,000 lbs. of e ear
ldei from store at 15c per lb.
Fioca Is higher. We now quota fine at tS 75a 7 per
lb ; superfine, ST &C3S; extra, 18 25AI9 SO.
W. II. Gordon A Co., sold yesterday 5 0 bbls. of Whiskey
at 80e per gallon, and 1 each for the barrels, equivalent to
82Xc per gallon They also sold 8 bbls. of Molaaea on
the wbarf, at t'Xc per gallon, and 12 bbls. No. S Mackerel
at 17 per bbl. The Molasses and Mackerel were a part of
tbe cargo of the Humboldt, sunk in the lllaa aslppl river
some time ago.
Philadelphia Iron IMarket.
rsiLiDci rHii, Msy 28d. The market generally remains
very inactive, and sales are confined to sma 1 loia of anthra
cite Pig Metal at tlSt-r No 1; J for No. t. and lift for
ito S, mostly of the loraer numbers, oo time, fetch Pig
is scarce, but very quiet, at quotations. In Manufactured
Iron there u no change, and but utile doing,
Cbsttssooos, May Si. The high pr loes of last weeks'
report are atill kept up and advancing. We have never
known ihe time when marketing produce was so high.
Very little produce coming Into market, except floor, our
quotations at any figure may be considered not loo hirb.
Flora r applies heavy for this market and dull Snow
of no transactions but Judge ItX lo 6 a fair qaoUble
Bicoa-Falrs have been effected at 1SV to 14 eU hoe
rwwno no oacon in nrai nauas. etoeka lair and bolders
Ua-Active at cU to II f0 sales have been made
auiiug the week at these figures our quotations here stop
aa mere a a scarcity of ail other produce la market. But
ter, eggs aad lard are scarce and eery high will command
AoectTk, May 27, P. M
COTToa The market is very stiff, and the demand good
Mh bat little dome. Strict Muldana- lo klidillinw Y.ir
wiiip l act'.
aao i.-Uiidi aa ft
Caavaed Uaas... ft t
Sboolders i t
Weslora Sides........ V t
Clear Hides, Tcnnesiee V
Ribbed Mdos y lb
"7 Hot Hound new )
Laao lSe per lb.
Rout, Ga., May 17.
Bacoa 14c hog round; 15v18e for ham.
Las lse per lb.
THE M A II K. UTS II Y TELLGltAFII.
Kiw Oblkass, Msy it. Sale of Cotton to-4y
amount to It) bsles, at unchanged rate; rrcrip-.s
arev.aj oat. Lorn II oo. f lour aol I'c-k are
firs. LardL in kecs lsc R.-st uucheoeed.
CicnasATt. May Jl Floor 7 75 to ta 00.
Awn ii toes. uu are ouii. w nitky is active
at S3c ; tiolJere era aaklns; SSc. Provisions are
quiet at full rates. Bacon 101c; sbouMere -
ud re with ribs in 181. Clear Mess fork t.'S 60.
Lara OJ II to 2c
Kiw Tost, May 23. FborStau has advene-
ed Ae. Wheat f 1 83 lo l 90. TeUow Cora fl
(3; sklsedtiOl to ft 01,. Hess Pot k :i 90
bUK Aseaa. bteruof Srnt
Niw Tost, May 59. Cotton duU ; sties to-day
.. ' m r . a .
inning, f lose noeetlied. n beat, corn ana pro
vt-iurs Brm Vt bb-k Io le. Rice firm acd active.
Freights heavy, gtccss active.
Cisctsiatl May 19 Floor irra art 4 euiet at
V T.f? 8i. Corn ?83oc OaU irreeular. WbU.
kySSr. Provisions bucyaot. Bulk Msu9..111c.
t , . ..... " a
a awe mmm aag rvcaivee kv Bale by
.Vs. 1$ Nortk Xtrlrt Stnet, rw tttf Moss fie
uOH Nrii: as," La.
TE I stark is eaorawA ef the avut siUaslve and beaa.
tilsl feaManiBMt ef Hmtth, Vreaca. India aad Aaserscaa
D y 6ata, aS resxierew epata by (be a ditiea af a
Ibeueaad aaaa lu, Brufaaa, BlHtea. Hata. SUn-
arte, Ae , ail el wtec have bern yrebasrd a. low aa aaas.y
asoid k y then. aaA vm be soai as few as tbey eaa be sa.
CMJMmilfk ftlliumast veiw a tea aa.
aortsacat f CsUi i r?uru. lasaal M k-a. aad at van.
Dripepsia, Headache And Lc. digestion, by which
all persona are more or leas affected, can nsaal.y be car-d
by taking moderate exercise, wholesome food, and a dose
of Sosrhave'a Holland Bitters, one hour before each meal.
Hatches oa the Skia, Eruptions, and all Cuta
neous Diseases, will find aa infallible remedy ia Holla-
say's Ointment and Pilla ; if 'he Ointment be rubbed an tbe
parta affected, the blotches will disappear. It will care
wounds of even 20 years' standing.
Sold at the manufactory, No. 60, Maiden lane. Hew
Turk, and No. 144, Etrand London and by all drnggists
at 25c, 62e, and II per pot or box. - may25
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath, aad SeaatLfoI
Complexion Can be acquired by asing the "Malm of a
Thousand Flovtrt,"- What lady er gentleman would re
mUn under tbe cartes of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm or A Tuosajid Lowaas," as a denti
frice, would not only render it sseet, bat leave the teeth
white as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breath
is bad, and the subject Is so delicate their friends will never
mention it. Beware of counterfeit, Be sore each bottle ia
signed JET RIDGE A CO, JT. r.
JTor sale by all Druggists. leo&t 6m.
The Flux Annihilated,
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flax,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It eaa now be eared in every ease krT5
cents, by the use of TUCOS'S CK0LXSA STRTP,
which haa beta tested by the best physicians in the Bouth
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectual
remedy new ia a e. It has performed more astonishing
Cures than any ether specific A human life eaa be saved
In nine eases oat of ten by an investment of 79 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by jou.
forsaeby KEKNAN A SAINS and T. WELLS, Drug.
gisx. aprll out
Ar yem Getting; Bald 7 .
Is y our hair turning grey f Do yoa wish to cultivate good
whiskers and moaitacheaf Tear hair to be soft, silky and
glossy f Tour head to be cool, comfortable and free of ad
rnfff Mothers! are your children to have luxuriant beads
ofhairr"Then ttae Boolb's Hvrnuoa jLtrio, which never
ail in Us unerring effects. Prices 20 eta, 50 eta, T3 eta, and
$1 60 per bottle. Bogle's Balm of Cytberia stands nn ri
valled for eradicating tan aad pimples, and beautifying tbe
complexion. Price CO cts. Inventor and proprietor, W.
Bogle, Boston, and sold by Druggists everywhere.
CHOICE FAEM LANDS F0S BALE.
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. COMPANY-
n now raxFABiB to skll about
1,500,000 Acres of
CHOICE FARMING LANDS.
IN TRACTS Or 40 ACRES A CPWAttDS,
OH L0HG CBZBII3 AND AT LOW EATE3 07
THESI lands were granted by the Government to aid in
the construction of this Road, and are among tbe
richest and most fertile in the world. They extend from
North-east and North-west, through the middle of the
8tate. lo the extreme eouth. and include every variety of
climate and productions found between those parallels of
latitude. The Northern portion Is chiefly prairie, inter
spersed with fine groves, and in the middle and honthern
Sections timber predominates, alternating with peautilu1
prairies and openings
Tbe climate is more neaitny, mna ana equaoie man any
other part of the country the air is pare and bracing,
while living streams and springs of excellent water abound.
Bituminous Coal is extensively mined, and supplies a
cheap and desirable fuel, being furnithed at many points
at i to M per ton and wood can be bad at the same rate
Building Stone of excellent quality also abounds, which
can be procured lor little more than the expense of trans
portation. Tbe great fertility or tnese lands, wnicn are a nines nrn
mouM from two to five feet deep, and gently rollin. , their
contiguity to thia Road, by which every facility ia furnished
for travel aod transportation, to tbe principal marketa
North, Booth, Eaat, West, and the economy with which
they can be cultivate!, render them tbe most valuable In
vestment Ihatcan be round: and present the most favorable
opportunity, for persons of industrious habits and small
means, to acquire a comfortable independence in a few
Chicago is now the greatest grain market In the world
and the facility and economy with which tbe products e
thete lands ean be transported to that market, make them
much more profitable, at tbe prices asked, than those more
remote at government rates, as the additional cost of
transportation is a perpetual tix on the latter, which mast
be borne by the producer, in the reduced price he receives
for his grain, Ae.
The Title is perfect and when the Dnal payments sre
made, Deeds are executed by the Trustees appointed by
the Stale, and in whom the titlt l vested, to the purchaaera,
wbich convey to them absolute titles in Fee Simple, free and
elear of every ineumbcraDce, lien or mortgage.
The prices are from t) lo Interest only a per cent.
Twenty per cent will be deductel from tbe credit price
Those who purchase on long credit, give notes payable
in 8, 4, 5 and t yea rs after date, and are required to Im
prove one-tenth annually for five years, so as to have one
balf the land under cultivation, at the end of the time.
Competent Surveyors wi, aocompacy tboae who wish (o
examine thete Lands, free of charge, and aid them in
Ibe lands remaining onsoia are as rica ana valuable as
lhoeehich havs been di-postd of.
Seciiooal M p will beaent to anv ens who will enclose
fifty cents in Postage Stamps, and Book tor Pamphlets con
taining numerous instances of successful farming, signed
by respectable and wil-knon farmers living ia the
neighborliood of the Railroad Lands, throughout the State
alio iheooat of fencing, price of cattle, expense of bar-
vesting, thraibing, tie., or asy other Information will
be cheerfully iven on application, either personally or by
letter, in Anglian, rret.cn, or uermin, addressed to
Land Commissioner of the Illinois Central R. R. Co.
tsr Office in Illinois Cential XUiUord Depot, Chicago,
A R LOCATED IN MACON CODNTT, TENNESSEE,
A, on tne waters oi Trsmmel Creek, Kor miles Aast of
the turnpike leading from dailatin, Tenn., to Scotuvilie.
Ky., and "ill be prepared for the reception of visitors and
Invalids by the 13th day of May. This place has already
acquired a reputation wi 1-ly circulated for toe highly medi
eiual character of its waters, (lour different varieties,) and
Is now being visited by very many, living remotely, woo go
in search of a healthy aid delightful summer retreat, not
only the invalid, but tha seekers after eleanare, healthy
pat time and (port, there being within a abort ride from Ibe
Springs a place wbere deer is frequently seen and streams
abounding in Iron and other kincs ol fih, besides various
wiii anl naJs and fuwia. such ss loses, squirrels, rabbits,
wnd caU, wild turkiea, pheasants, etc.
Dr. Veeow. on. ol tbe former nrt pnetora. having pur
chased the entire Interest in tbe fpnngs, has aa ooiated
with him his son William, e I known to all wbe visited the
Springs last summer. Having gone to con iderable expense
in re-ntung and enlarging their means of accommodation,
they flatter themselves that they will be able ta add mate
rially to the comfort of all who may favor them with a visit,
having, during tbe past winter, put away about seventy
thousand pounds of Very flue ire. Tbev have bad built
twelve additional bed-rooms, betides a large one SO by SO
feet, latticed on each si e to aflord air, In which the lovers
i pleasure and social enjoyment will And ample room for
The medicinal character of the several Springs have
been so often published, it la thought eseieas to do io now.
from Ihe fact that f nfeaaor Safford, our (Hate Geologist,
hat been engiged In Ihe examination of some of tbe waters
and designs toeomolele tbe whole epsa Ibe premises dar
ing this summer, whea tie saa ef his aoalysia will be given
to the public In connect ion with this notice or embodied la
s report mads out by himself, lt is eonaidared only aecee-
sary to say that ehronie affections of any ef the more Im
portant organa eabibit the efficacy ef la waters, particu
larly tboae of females, la earn of diseased kidney and
bladder, eutaneoos diseases. Indigestion, dropsy, ete- they
have, In many ease, acted Use a charm, and la all have
afforded relief. Ample testimony as lo these nets could
be afforded if neeetcary.
Dr. DcBow win take i leasarela giving race advice to In
valids and others visiting here, aa aa experience of 83 ar
80 years will enable him so give, and be always present
should bis prufeaaiooai services be required.
lie avails bimself of tbis method to return te bis aamer-
oas friends and visitors his hearty thanks for their liberal
patrotage, and again aaks a eooliouaaee of lbs same, with
lbs assurance Uai neither af at will spare eiihtr tieaeer
piins lo render a I comfortable who may sojourn witb aa
in future. Having secured It acrvleea ef Mr. and Mrs.
Paltersuo, tbe public may be assured af bee- ty erteer la
the diniog-rocm. Our stable, too. will be well attended U.
Our charges will be aa kiw as tbe times and etaeca will ad
mil of, via: for regular boarders, or tboae r.avalning one
week or more, (rabing extra) f 1 JMl per day; children of
IU years of sg and under and aervaata, haU prtre; horses
50 cents per day. Transient visitors Will be charged 60
eenta pee meal or from 1130 to tu0 per day. Woe extra
eervinea a reaaooaole ebaree Will be made. Washing, Iroo
log, Ae., 1 1.00 per aosaa. For prealsg er iomng dieia toe
bull 3a, half arte.
euayU-triwSa ARCH M. DsBOW a BON.
ritnt declaration of Dr-Cumsaiog thai the world should
i. bare ap oa the 1 ttb of Juae, has aoi eSected H. Aub
ley In the least, lis a sell) prepared ta charge Hoda Foaata
ia tbe very highe perleeuea ef the art. Alt wbe have
founts lo chr,e will d weU ta leave them wlia bias at his
hcuae, Ne. 14, Cherry si., near the Veraadah.
Mr. Aubtey also aaks tae patronage of tnose kavlag
Cloihing lo can and dye. It is importaot that they shoaid
have their garments ia order before the Idth ef J una.
Work done la sa t lbs taste aad direeboas of pair ms.
CBAIGHEAD & Co.,
90 Pttalle Sqetare.
I AMIS B. CRAlOnEaDhavngpwreasadtheeattrela
loreat ef Mr. WM. H. MiNLUi.H. la the kawnasa of
Cra gtwaJ A biiarhia, ss aloaa aataris4 la aa tbe name
of the lata Brm ia bqcdsia, see will eaatiaee the bal
bees at the eAd ttul tie. kl Fabue Sqaare, ander ihe uUe
aa above. asatSi
RICK1 T CO (Ms day, ky express, a ehaiee lot ef Far l,ang
Uoads. TaebkoM aajrie ef Abuia, kccA Tiea. Rid aad
auctilevea, Catiara, AaMawadera, ataJ-tlaaa, Atoeca aad
Cravats, UraaatBg Robe. I'aderweAr ef every variety.
Trass, Velivea aad Crpe4-Ba-a.
Asa. a fraaaaappiyef Fwrnamery aMTenettekana.Hi
Teath, Cioihes aad Natl Braabeev Tagetaev wttb aa laansri
asent af thrti, BaiSaJ, Baas aad leery Comba, 4e Ac., a
we la vile all te aa aaauactMi af ear Btaea.
J. U IScOLL.
tadiee aad GaaUesaea's Faraiablag Stare. sr.r
the Square aad Co'lf aireat. Way I
SI I MIT uuu.ua aava aaw asaaerbbH of
Baiasis far tiirts, ae t tbesa kaaAmeaal eabrva i,t .
t. fs att k
J. H. M.t.L.
I7A.kC fcOOOi TttH,KT AHTIU IJi,
i' Jm rcv4 a tVa mi l af batMsa' tiintu.
Cateca, Hair ty, Hair una, U atarvw. A. A, kvws
van, 17 ml stair, Taah, Nait, Fnek aad Ctttk Branca.
Laa.' aad trUaia Travt.ag sm. Aaa, (atMta:
Cab, Ct-a. iMj.ia, tea an! wave Bai4eusa, Cstal
Utils. CtL Siif asd Mtttsssa rsrW aa. BA sA
bus rvrsa. ebS, raf, toettag, i0e, K4Jicg aa s y,M
TasktsM-bai a issne varsciy af tvtcry d rsits Lmj
Faca kair. aad So tugi as ia uj.
foeiMtwsy J. u. sJctnLl..
Laln lieBUxu.a tHIUimUZ l Mra, suer af
Sfitn a4 Uos styeet. fcu.il
Me Agent foe
te Piano Koom through a W. Smith's
lU ' Entrance
Prize Medals Awarded
1. GLD MEDAL ..,
I. GOLD DAL ..
,.. Mastachusetta Charitable Meehan:e Association
... Masacba.-etU CharitAble Mecbinie Assoclatoa
,.. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association
... Massachusetts Charitable Mechanie Association
... Uassaelmtetta Charitable Mechanie Assce'atloa
.. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanie Association ,
... MesarbuettaChiritab!e Mechanie Association .
,.. Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society
S. G JLDMKDaL ...
GOLD Mf PAL ...
OOI D MEDAL ..
GOLD ME ML ..
GOLD MEDAL ...
aioany vouniy rair, new Tiwl
... MassarhusetU Charitable Mtehanie Association ....
.. American Institute, Mew Tork
.. Maine Charitable Heehanio Association
Wessechu etu Charitable Mechanic Asrociaiion .....
.. Massachusetts Cbariuble Mechanic Association
S. SILVER MIDAL
S, BILTFR MtDAL
4. SILVER MEDAL
B. SILVER MEOlL
5. B1LVER MtDAL
7. SILVER MEDAL
8. SILVER MEDAL
9. SILVER MEDAL
10. SILVER MEDAL
11. S LVfH MEDAL
13. SILVER MF DAL
18. SILVER MEDAL
14. BIlVEft MEDAL
IV SILVER MEDAL
K. FILVKR MrDAL
IT. SILVER MEDAL
.. M uachaset s Charitable Mechtme Awociation
. Woreerter County Mchan c As ociation.. ......
.. Franklin Institute. Pennsylvania
Worcester County Mechanic Association
.. Mas'achusetts Charitable Mechanie Association
.. Worcester County Mechanie Association
. . Worcester County
. tj'iio state Board ef
. oruo Bute Board of Agriculture
.. Kentucky Mechanics' Institute
.. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanie Assoeiatioa
. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanie Assoeiatioa
,. Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society
. . Illinois State Fair
. Massachusetts Chatltable Mtehanie Association
1. BRONZ" MEDAL
1. BKONZB MEDAL
8. BRONZE MEDAL
4. BBONZa MEDAL
. world's Fair, London
. Massachusetts Cnantable
. Masaachasetta Charitable
Chickeringr and Sons' Piano Fortes,
AT THE EIGIIT1T EXHIBITION OP THE
31 AS S A CI1 USETTS C II AR IT AB LE DIECIIANIC ASSOCIATION in 1856,
Iteportof tbe Judge,
HENRY K. OLIVES, J. C. D. PARKET, LEVI P. HOMES.
OTTODRE3EL, GEO. MiMUT, WM. SEED.
GEO. M. WARREN, Joneas.
The following Instruments were offered for examination, in competition for swards :
Forty-eight Piano Fortes, subdivided as follows :
Three Semi Grands,
Two Parlor Grands,
Ia the department of Piano Fortes, the committee, uniting Into one class, as is obvtonily correct, the Granda,8eml'
Grands and Parlor Grands, recomnend the following awards :
Chickering A Bona, for their Grands, Semi-Grands, and Parlor-Grands, for most decided and meritorioas Improvements,
a Geld Med il.
Chickering A Pons, for the two bsst Fqmre Piano Fortes, of Seven Octavo each, the first Silver MedaL
The committee, in coming to a decision upon the merits of the several instruments of which they have just determined
their award, were ol entire unanimity. They did not hesitate for a momeni in deciding that the Grand Piano Fortes from
the justly eelebrated house of the Messrs. Chickering A Sons, were not only altogether manifestly superior to all com
petitors at the present Exhibition, but were an equally manifest, and greatly advanced improvement ever tbe welt
commended product! n of the same establishment effjred at anterior txbitlona. And the committee not only (eel it
to be a pleasure, but an obvious duty, to congratulate the present headsof ihislong established house, that they bav so
well sustained lu high repute. The memory of the good name, and of the good deeds, and of the great skill ef Its
found rr, shall long be cberi-hed; and it ia a matter of equal satisfaction and prioe that the garment of praise be has so
fairly won aud wore, has fallen npon shoulders worth v to receive aod able to honor it.
Tbe Semi-Grands of Chickering A Sons, and a Parlor-Grand by the lame firm, were superb Instrument; and this last
had tbe several varieties of Grands, Semi-Grands, and Parlor-Grands been kept distinct in class, would have been enti
tled, ahifhesf award, both for it own in rinsic merit, and a a new and meritorious invention. Bat all these were wai
ted into one class, and the award waa made accordingly. The Parlor-Grand, first emanated from the house of Chicker
fng A Sons, aod made its appearance at tbe exhibition of 18.'8, aod the committee of that year awarded to it a Guld
Medal; but inasmuch as the iaie lamented head of the firm was a member of the then Government of 'be Society , the
award coo Id not be confined consistently with the laws of the A i social! on. It woaid afford tha committee great satis
faction could this award be now confirmed.
That the judgment of tbe committee may be distinctly understood, they now repeat their a wards o a tbe elass ef In
struments ander discussion. Tbey pat the several varieties into one class, and they award to Cbiekertng A bona the
first premium, to cover the three varieties offered by them Gold Mual.
Id the elaas of Sqaare Piano Fortes, tbe awa'ds of the committee were made with equal unanimity. The Instruments
of Chickering A Sods are at the head.
It ia not necessary to diecuss the merits of tbe other Square Piano Fortes In detail. Those to which awards have keen
assigned are placed in the order of their merit, as adiudged by the committee, and those of which special mention la not
made are petsed by as not coming p to a just standard cf excellence,
Twenty-Eighth Annual Fair of the American Institute, New
H. A.WfULENJIACPT, W. H. SAGE, JAMES HARRISON, L. M. GOTTSCHALK, Jonoas.
Cbicisxiko A Soss, Boston, Mass. For the best Grand Piano-Fortes, Gou Manai.
At Pittt burg, the present seaton, Messrs. Chickering A Sons, were awarded the highest premium, a Silver Medal.
Also, at the Illinois State Fair, tbe h ghest premium for Piano Fortes, a Silver Medal. Slay 14 to July 1.
IVotice to Contractors.
E,-s.f-l i a?-!1 '3 'SjsIkS
WINCHESTER AND ALABAMA EAILE0AD.
PROPOSALS are invited at Salem, on Saturday , the 11th
July next, for the Grading. Masonry and B idging of
this road, diverging from the Nashville and Chattanooga
Bailroad at Lecherd, and running through Winchester and
near Salem, in Frantlln county, Tenn , and from thence to
Fayetteville, ia Lincoln county, a distance of about thirty,
The road has been partly graded for about 20 mllesfrom
Decherd T sections having been finished and 10 partly
Bids will be received for one or more rectlons (of about
one raLo each.) Payments wili be four-fifths cash and one
fl'th in stock to be made as the work progresses, tbe stock
only to be reserved on monthly estimates.
There will be lorue heavy work. In making the ascent
Iron tbe creasing of Elk River, to tbe table lands, known
aa lbs "Barrens." Very little rock will be encountered on
sny portion of the line.
The country throagh which the line is carried ia healthy
and abounds in the requisite production for tbe sustenance
el men and stock.
Plans and Profiles ean be examined, blank proposals and
Con tracts win accompanying specifications procured, and
any other information in relation to the work ean b ob
tained on application to kdwin Mead, Resident Engineer,
at Fayetteville, for ten days previous to the letting.
Sasitfactory evldeneea of ability to complete the work
hid for, most accompany ths proposals, wbich may be ad
V. K. STsvnsoa, President, Nashville, Tens.
Jsa. H. Gaasr, Chief Engineer, do do.
Fowm Msao, Resident do Fayetteville, do.
or be banded in at Sa em on the day of letting.
Br order of the Board. J At. H. GRANT,
Nashville, May 14, lsM-tilljuljl Chief Engineer.
71 o re Failures I
STILL THE Y CO.YIE!
JTJST RECEIVED direct from the East, with orders to sell
immediately, to close nut different exablishmrnts, ever
One Hundred Thousand Dollars worth of RICH, FINE and
VALUABLE PKOPERTT, from what used to be the first
houses In New Tork. Call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. Thia stock is well worth tbe attention ef ail
ff Bale will commence every eight at eariy gas light.
Stock eonsista of a large assortment or nne neavy goia
eased English pat tent lever bunting Watches; silver was
cbee all ainda; a large assortment of fine Gold Jewelry, coo
sistincof Camroa. vamacs. Gold Btonea. FlorioUne, Cali
fornia Diamonds, Rubies, e.; Gold Chains, Keys, Pencils.
Pens, a large lot of Fancy Goods; Culley, Plated Ware, Ac
Merchants, Pedlers and tbe trade generally, are paru
ealarv advised to eall and examine thia stock.
Goods put ap In Qualities ta anil buyers. Every article
warranted as represented. Terms eaay. M, C. BRUCE.
may! Auctioneer, ceoar eireeu
IL C. M'NAIRY tfc CO,
NO. 85 COLLEGE STREET.
FT AVE determined In future to keep up a full and ele
IX gmnt stork Ike whole year round so that persons visit
ing tha eity eaa have their wants supplied at ail seasons.
and they are now receiving their BACOMO LAK.ua lis
Bought la New York elnre the heavy decline ia prices, aad
are prepared ta do better for their friends than at any
ether ime In the history of their business, being able to
sell many descriptions of goods bow at leas prices than we
raid for them early ia lb seasea.
Ia DKtds G0J08, we have aa sltgant assortment ef
Aad ell fabrics by the yard at prices tar below their asaal
value, w have also redoced the prices of in rid stock a
hand aad eaa sew supply ib mUica" wita elegaat
Draase at a small eosu We tnvit particular attention to
the red nc It oa In brie of ear Silk Block and aa unail-j
targe sew of low priced Muslins, Lawna.Sc , Ae.
una ester Stawl la great variety, very pretty
ana Bew, ais a lew lor moornlne.
Lace eV (tluilin .tlata t!e a elegvat assort
eat, alia a large lot at very low pneee. Lace Manila at
wosa 84 P.
Bl Ar-LL UOOEIS.
BUT WEAE, 1R.IM1 LINENS,
PLANTATION GOODS, AC , AC
iiaaiery or an iinda.
Clave, all sis, aisles and auaiitias.
OIL CLOTHS, STRAW MATTAGS, CASPSTH'GS.
We are bow receiving the tersest stock ever hreasrht ta
this city, about Sue piece, amcag which may a leu ad ev
ery thing from lb commons at to tha most eitgset, together
wiia priniea isrwggcss, wan l loins. Kegs, Mat. Stair
Liaeas, Soda, A,Ac, and all at tbe Very lowest pos bl
MaytT. S.C. McNAUT AC.
GUARD OPEKUQ DISPLAY
OF P&tNCa PATTEtX
Ko. 21 Union Street,
AT THE NEW T02X KILLISE2T EafOHtJK.
rpiiS large a well a the cWpeM slock af Us abave
A, Go da ev apa4 la this etty. Oar avaay cau turners
fas tk eity aad thrwughoat ibe Bute at raly aa eataia-
mg goo Bargains M
Flats aad hUu,
tiead Crwaaea, Bibaa,a4
trimmings, French Fowr,
Ladies Irracs Caps,
Paiat Eauaaoa Pklrts,
lAiite Corwta, every style.
Aad a variety f ttor fancy bsroas.
W are eeasUaUy reoeirtng soatAu,g new awry day.
Flaia aad taacy
lIAIIt BLO.TD, BOTSETS A4D HATS
Btaukad aa4ksp4 the preseai etyie ay the new ItaAaa
tST" Boeeets ar HaU thai kasr Sx.kd atkssr aarUM.
warratd la b eoae 'ap Srvwa,' i.i Cnsaa straat.
Get the Best.
rft Csaalne Asnwratf ta PrwmHsa Pie
' beye4 estai9ria im best stile ef a
74 felftsdaead, aad stasia wi:bol a r
tiat eaaa cAaag tbasa,
lis-bt ssum4 tad taaoa,
iHstHpaea eaaaot masud thssa,
Iui ea reach iba.
tmlnisst s"Kt IHs-aa.
Vuad a kcratoloso by i-AfcAU !, 44 Ceg sL, aa4
act ti Us-tcptf i A kta friae.
ST" M ataaatlMi reoeaia k aakvula.
71 1 INK .- bfc Aarara Whistr,
If ae w:arrui4 Asausety a-x,
M bbie Old sktrta4 4a
X star a4 fe-f , if W. E. COlW CO,
THE sabeeriker, having been appointed Sol Stent for the sale ef the
above celebrated I nstraments tor Naehvil e and Middle Tennessee, has taken
the rooms over C. W. rmith'i Boot store, No. 41 College street, where he has
now open and ftr sale, aa assortment of the different patterns ef S, V.
and 1 ocOtves, some of them beautifully earved in tbe style ef LooiT xiv.
Purchaaera and the eitis-ni generally are respectfully invited to eail aad
examine thia fine stock of Pianos, which, for beauty i finish. Inline aa
easicl petwar af lone, snd elutieity of touch, cannot b aarpaswd
by any fiaaos manufactured either ia the United States or Enron. Avery
Instrument warranted and sold at Banufaetarers prices, ddn. cost ef
on y. 31s. ZX JLi XJ J-s V XX. .
Checkering A Sons, for Nashville and Middle
Booksuire, No. 41 Coiiege-st.
the Chickering Piano.
THE FAMOUS KOADSTEUS.
THE EAT0H" HORSE,
NAUGATUCK BLACK HAWK,
Imported snd Owned hj tie Tennessee lire Stock
HE?E inperb animals will make their first season la
A Tennessee at the State Fair Ground, near Naabviil.
terminating July lb 4 th, 1SST, at f i$ Muoa V,
be limited to 40 mare each.
Stockholders and gentlemi a wishing to breed thilr mare.
wUI please make their entries to F. A. Bains, as sooa a
practicable, and setll their bills during the season with Dr.
K.C. Foster, Treasurer of th Company.
Good "pHSturag will b furnished tor mare by T. K.
Rtins, or T. Fanning, at the ususl prices of th country, aad
grain will b fed and silra atientioa given, if required.
THE EATON E0RSX Is a good red sorrel, fa a seven
teen bands high, and for strong points and perfection ef
form, for a hors of his grsit sise, his equal eaanot ke
found. Be waa bred In Maine, ia fifteen year eld, ha
trolled ander 8 mia.N) see. aad ia on of th fullest Mv
senger horses known. His dam waa a descendant ef tbe
old wmthrop Mesengr, and hi sir was ef the Long Is
land branch of Messenger. Uia eolta are largo, and ar
generally open, square and fleet trottara. H la th air ef
the "Gray Stranger," that trotted ia S min. SU see., Bfier
his shoulder were seriously injurd, oa th Ice, aod sold for
f2X).of Mount Vsrnon, that trotted at th United Stat
Fair at Philadelphia, ia the words of Mr. Browa,chalrmaa
of committee, "Airi, snfctO;" and many otbr exeelleat
roailster. Mr. Holmes, editor of "Th Main Farmer "aays
of him in hi. paper ef April Sd, 19ST,that - So horntinct
ike day of tte Old WtnUurvp jfmmgr, (a mmqf Impor
ted Jisstenger J hat got to many UM trvtUrt, aad th
agents of the Comiany regar.l him as a horse ef higher
coarse r for siring roadsters than any other ia A merica ,
NAUGATUCK BL ACE HAWI. la a rich aad stylish
browaborse, eight yeara old, IbM hands high, baa oflea
trotted in 8:45, and he bora off th first pris ever M Lone
Star," and many others at the Slat Fair he d at Nw Have
laat year, and his colts are remarkably promiaiog. II was
aired by Vermont Black Hawk, that mad D. UiU,kis ewa
r, ever f 40,IXiO, grand sire rbermaa Morgan, great graa d
sir tbe original or Justin Morgaa Horse. Hi data was
Lady Burton, by asoa .! old Membrino, and be by th Im
ported Messenger. He is half brother ta Etbaa AUea. th
meat popular trolling stallion living, Blank Hawk Maid
Black Ralph, Know-Nothlng that trotted atChicaga la titl M
and beat Flora Tempi oa Long Island lo 8 Jti; bell ef Sa
ratoga, that want In t:.'i9lf, aud many f th beat roadsters
r th country. ? Llnalay'a book oa Morgaa horses, p.
v assa awsr
These animals have been Imported from the North, wltk
a view or sBording the best opporta niils for breeding gs 4
family horse, and th Directors bav therefor put litem .1
a price that will justify owners of mare to breed la tbm.
W. E. kLLUTo.V K, 0. FUSTEal.
ANDBEW EWlNll, ALLEN, '
F.K.BAINK, JO. EDWARDS,
T. FaNNI.NO, IJkrtciina Committee
GRUNDY COUNTY, TENN.
THIS favorite Summer resort, win a opened for th r.
erplioa of vlsiiors oa th 1st ef Jan next.
A Bw Hotel building aad many new Cabin have ba
reeled, and an will b furaiahed with anrly aew aad ap
propriate Furniture and arrangement ar prletd to
bav th tabl supplied with all th liiie and d elk-act a
of th reaeou. Good BowUng AUeys and a Sn Bali aoosa.
uppiied with music, are graiaiiouely aoatnbai for la
health and amassment f gwt.
Win and Uqoors, ef good quall'y, will ke sapplisd for
tabl aad rvom as, but bo safooa will b paf.
Gambling t poit.vcly prot.biled aad aa profaioaal
Gsmbisr aest apply for room.
Th Spnnn ar sooessibi ky Bailroad la MaMlaa
villa, thane ky good Coaches So mil; aod good Htl
aocommdation will be found at bo in Tallaaomaaad Me
MiaaviU, for tkow preferring s rcaaia ver at sihr
Bles aa lhlr way. Arracgemenl ar made to have
lacks, Boggie and Saddl Horse for hire aad goad sta
bling, provided for tbo bringing with tkesa tkair ewa
Tb road from MrMInavill to th baa ef Use mountain,
ha ba put ia In rer, aad tb meuulaia road graded
and madeaf casv ascent A dally mail will be rlv4
from Nasbvlll da ring in vWtrlag asoa.
Tb coil re macagemanl af th baaia of tk Hotel wfl I
devoir apoa J as. t. Fo for tw year past at in City
Hot!, Naabvtlia. r
f aitaa. IJ per day per week and U mt atonlk .
Children and servant fcaif prk.
tW No eatr eAarg lor Are or right.
JAMjLo F. FC?S A OO,
Bearsheba Springs, May . Prowrtstara.
4 tojoly 1.
THE subscriber kas based tbss delightful estabSsbssMti
for a term af yar, aad kas put It la read leoair. Sas
aibd aad rtust tbrougbeat; prsvtdad aa xsll
aadafmasse; bttooks aad serve ts, aadai aabssmla
t keep it ia a maaaar 'iltabl to himaslf, aad wosthj i
lb pubis patraoag. Vi ill be epmed I tbe psbbe a U
first ef Jua. Tyrs te w wU kaawa la aed srtMstia.
desenpitoa. J KOSHER,
TRWEEXLY TJ. 8. HAII ML
Four Horse Coach line
EUEMA VISTA SPRINGS. KY.
fJFI lssarl! ha new aa I his Lisa Ipk-adla Fwsr
X Her tsarbea. Good Teams aad Cur fas Crtvar .i
wtll tak paaMagssr
tXTZlJ. PLZA8AXTIT AI3 C32A7LT.
to Ik abve-aased CKLEKATE! AND FAR-FAK tfj W tT-
lsiKr-ri., sst s aew kepi in SFLESSLA AS
TKROUSH E3TH. WAYS H CAYUCHT I
IZiTE Nashvflas rusit Vx aB,A &us4iv. as
A, AM. A A Ail B 4 Bprtka sa. dsa,atf.P M.
LEAVE r sag ktowais', WsdsMy ao Fn.y(s4 S
A. M ARAJVB at Kkaavux same days, al a, P. M.
ttr It At er I Sarmsiiea AUt at la Ocaavl
itaa mea, Basketi!, Tiss.
atay A.A. li JtASSJSlI H, FfopirWter.
AC0MF3TtB TWO FTJRf UOCSf, nar
Uarf ShI Uemumhraa atrosM. S
omaesuig x rs, beaivi kiudasa, Mivaat JL-L
rws, ssaa-es, sia, U b r Wd sa Ut (saiatr l ta
yr a SMst aainlaua Ura raas aatabia
T a bamaae stAster a Jeug astgra wosnsa, wV fo a
pdn. uiS'aa irfcr. ail be hired r u ri,
daraf ihya. A part i toe IWaiUir nay k r9ie ar
porAss4. Api to W ILL. L, tKiiik.
Oeaaral A,-nt, CWryV
NEW tOU.t rOl.lTAl.t.
CHIR stlLLER la fast twa4 k s ui
Ftata.a.at ks a, K. s CWry su,, ,. h
caa, al a-i b, tWf it n.truy wa a Si .skmss !
kaa-ikf kre. Us idVMJSs i a taue at pis
to b u.4fcot, aad irtMi to asee a outi un.fiiy
af 4 tU f teiAXSg tkclatra cJ 1L l: . an
A TVOIID TO THE WISE 1
wish to fee
get some af
( Coaotii saa
fiAXTAJtwA. It ia the
nly remedy thai win remove all Impurities from th
BLOOD. It being a Tome, it will at the earn time Bitxngth
n and Invlsrorat th system.
Thousands In St. Louis kav used It, aad the universal
expression ts.tbat It never ntiki In earing any complaint
arising frr adisaarr-A 8'at of th Liver. Stomach er
Bowel. A few do' will core Diarra or Dvsentery.
As a Diuretic, H will core say tfiseas of the KMuej, .
Cterua, or Blander, as an AlUrative, It will purify the
blood and remove an TeUowneaa, Pimple r Soma from
It is a sure prevenUv for Tellow Fever, Chills or Ague
snd Fever, and Chotera. Thr Is no mistai about it.
We ean refer to huadreda af Steamboat Men and other ta
prove tat fact.
McLiaa's 'TarsaxTBOtru Cobeiai. does not rvulreeer
tiflcate la bring it into aoUca, en do- Is sufficient to
convince the most skeptical of lis wonderful In v if orating
effect. Call and iry It. It ss very pleasant to lake.
Every Country Msrehast shook! tske a supply home
With him. It is an Intiispeasabw remedy for every family.
J. H. McLEAN, "ol Proprietor of this Cos dial.
Also, McLean' Vatcan'a I II Lit!mnt.
HJ Principal Depot, en the corner ef Third aad Pine
treeU, St. Louis, Mo.
PIT" Price, $1 00 per Bottle.
W For tale by ail the principal Msichant aad Drug
fiau in ths city and eeaairy.
JIc LEAD'S VOLCANIC Oil. I.IJII3IEXT.
Th greatest remedy ever discovered for Maa er Beast
Tt unparalelled sues ef tht Lioimntla ufBant
guarant for it astonishing efficaev. The Lam ar mad
ta walk, the Wouaded, Braised and Sore are healed, an si
all wbe as it rejoice la Its healing aad invigorating af
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment ce cur stive posr
er superios to all ether external remedies, being so chemi
cally combined a te rets in la its eombtnatroa all th vir
tues of iu several ingredient as to enabi it te penetrat
th minutest vessel of th body, dlssiminatiog its healing
influence, removing th can of th dis.-, and imparting
hfe, health, strength and vivadry to th wbol system.
W sa r hear daily ol parsons who were oonormesl
Cripplaa. Their arms er legs parailsed r drawn crooked,
their muw-le being shrivelled aad contracted, who aew ro
tate ia their permanent restoration of th as et their
limb by th as of McLean celebrated Volcani Oil Lini
ment. "Who,' then will suffer with local pal a er extern I
disease when a sale aad sure remedy te sa ea-ily obtained!1
Reader, ar yoa afflicted with Cancer. Pile, Tumors,
Swelling, Brooch!, Goltra, Paralysia, Chronic or Innama
tory Rhaamatism, Sliffoese ia J oor Joints, CoDtract4
Kiucist, Neuralgia, Wsaknc ef the Joint Muciae
Ligsmants, Ear Ache or Tooth Ache. Bruises. Soraina.
Wounds, Flesh Cuts. Clcertor Fever Sores. Caked Bresau.
Sore Nipolea, Boras, fcalds, Inflamatioa or Fains, no mat
ter how severe or bow long th disease haaexitteslf Softer
no longer, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment will cur yoa.
It baa bee a thoroughly tested la all f th abov disease,
and w hav never known it te foil la giving speedy anei
That mathaom aad dbtreasfng dlsras, the Pil, which
haa heretofore beca aonaldered incurable, eax b perma
nently eared by thia wonderful Liniment.
Then trifl n Vongrr with eommon liniments and reme
diescall at obo and gt a sopply of McLean's Vofcanie
Od Linimenu It taa aafa aad eerum cure, aod tha otly
reliable remedy for th cur of local pains, sor, iweUings,
te on man or beast.
J. H. McLEAN, Sol Proprietor.
A IV Principal Depot n th corner of Pin an ThlrA
Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
E7 For sal by all th principal Merchant and Drug,
gists la the eity and country. sprU
TO THOSE WHO f.OVF. THEIR FEE
LOWllLl.'iUK. T HAVE A REMIDT (PCSELT VEGETABLE) FOR FEVER
ana ague, rits.au J railing Sickness, which baa NEVER
BEEN KNOWN Tv FAIL. It t at pleasant. and as chess.
as it is efficacious. Any persoa who will send m the Bases,
and directions lo th residences, of tea individual sick of
Consumption, or any dlaa of th Chest or Lungs. or suf
fering from a broken down aad shattered Constitution, will
receive as a reward this Redp. It embodies hill Instruc
tions for making aad aiaiaisteHng this wonderful Medicine.
Addrew, DR. 1 RAC V DELORM K,
mayS dkulmias. Nw York PostoRo.
I HE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOB
DISE.ISE OP TIIC KIDXLTS,
"WEAKNESS OF AXY IvDO),
FEVER AND AGUE.
And th various affection consequent upon a disorder
STOTIACI! OIE LIVElt,
fJCCH AS Iadigastlaa, Acidity of th Stewach. Colicky
O Pains. Heart bar, Lo-s of Appetite. Deepoodenev. Co
tiveo. Blind aad Bleeding Plies, la all Nervous Ebeu
matio, and Neuraigte A Sections, tt has, in numerous la-
stance, proved highly beneneiai, and ia ihrs 3 acted a
Tbis I a purely vegetable oom pound, prcpanrd on strict.
ty scientific principles, after the saanusr of tb rlebrali
Holland Professor, Bocrhav. Because ol its great aueaesa
in most of tb European Bute, it introduction into th
United Stat wa founded mar peetl y for thos of ear
fatherland scattered her and there aver th face of thia
mighty country. Meeting with great sueces among thns,
I now offer it to th Ameolcaa patilio, knowing that It
truly wonderful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It Is particularly recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may hav bee impaired by ike eoutinuous
s of ardent splr I. or ether forms of dissipation. Gen
erally lntantaaossa la effect, U find lu way directly to
th seal of Ufa, thrilling aad quickening every nerve, rais
ing up th drooping spirit, sad, la fact. Infusing aew health
aad vigor in th ststam.
NOTICE.-w hoover ipeta ta find this a beverag wfl 1
be disappointed; bat la tb sseb, tbe week and low sou-It ed.
It will prove a grateful eroaaalie eordlal, possessed of sta
gnlar rmdiJ properties.
The great popularity ef this delightful Aroma kas Intue4
many Imitation, which tb pubis sbouM guard a galas
purchasing. B not persuades! to bay anything els nUl
yoa bav given Boerhave Hollaad Sitters a fair traL
On bottle will eoaviae yoa how lnAriuly superior M ss
to all the tmllailons.
fW Sold at i per boltl, er six kottlatfor 13, ky th
BZ3JA2IDr;PA0E, SR., & CO,
PHAEMACECT1ST3 AMD CHEMISTS,
Sold by DruggUto generally tkrougbeut Ike Cnitod States
pgr Bold la Nashvftt kv
EWIN BROTHERS, WXdUtaU A Mais.
tW Bold aia, ky
SDR. A. H. ROSCOt,
J. J. BIsXtJ,
aprt dAWly Amthy Itryu fnraliy. ,
Royal Ilaiana Lottery.
THI neat ardlaary drasring of the Royal Ha vaaa
Lottery, eoadaatod ky the Spanish Government, an
der th upwrvtaloa ef the Captaia Geaarai af Cuba, wUI
lass place at aavaaa. a
Tuesdaf, Jane IClb, I So 7.
Cartas nataaar ASS Orellaarta.
Capital Vrlze IOO,ooo Dolls.
Pr-i.se ef 11.00
a) a a a a ieW
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to SpproximaUoae.... .Sy
4 Asproaimatlaa to th l!).Xj. of acl: af f a to
lOJMt; 4 ef sVJ to BOjtKW; 4f oe to tO,(Ms; A f iUw to 3
Whole Ticket $20 ; Hair $10 V
IMaes cashed at awhi al aav at dUeaaat.
Biiis a tbo NaahvUl mty Baak takaa at par.
A rwmg wUI b tsrwardaA as aeo as ik rawalt t item
Iff CosBmaaleatlofts siss4 to DON RODRIorEI,
(car ef Oiy Peat, Cttoriastoa, Ba. C-J aaui Ja Itih,
win be eua4 to. I mays d
HAVANA PI AN LOTTERY!
jAsrta cocstt aca&kxy loTTisr. btac
TffORITT Or TBS TA Tt Of GLOtGll.
RKMEMSIR this Utter? kas ml r IS,:rJ JMcbt-loj
tba say Lnssary al ibe srwia.
ATLAiMf f waLI. bv-iilsla, ta ka Arasruj 'a p-kll.
ai warsm, aswa-r tk wwt swortaaaaa aa af Cat,
6. St. Wa aad W.C. Aatarsua, R.
Evarr sMtmretar 's 91r I4T-I00a
CAPITAL PStlXK. .3,000:
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