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Saturday Morning', June 6, 1S57.
Post Office better List.
Notice to Transient AdvertUer.
AO transient advertisements in this paper, must be paid
or at the time they are handed in otherwise they will Dot
be in-erled. Trauaient Job Work rnujt be paid for on deli.
TakkKSSai' Fimalk College. The examination
of the pupi'a of this Iuetitution, will take place at
Franklin, Tetin., od the 29th aud 30tli ol Juuc, and
the 11 of July. There will be an exhibition on the
last day and night of tbe examioatiou, coriei-iitg
of a Musical Drains, sud the beautiful and pathetic
' National Drama," that was recectlj eo Cut)
rendered iu ibis city, by pupils of the High
Tbia elimination wil', no doubt, prave a season
of rare interest to tbe citizens of Franklin, and if
they wish to combine amusement will) a pleating
intellectual etitertiinmeut. the? will cot fait to
fcbow their disposition by a general attendance.
Fbakklih Female Ikstitctc. The spring Ses
sion of this Iuetitution will terminate on the 22
of June, at which time k is uitrri'iea to nave an
Interesting exhibition. Tbe beau'iful cautdn of
the."coronatiou of tbe rose," will be given during
the last day. At night the " National Diania
will be performed by the young ladies of tbe
school. Mr. Glynn, t'te Piiucipal of the Institu
tion, and bis asr-ocutiis possess tbe industry and
ability to conduct the management of a good
School, and the examination over which tiiey pr
side will uo doubt be well worthy the ccasioc.
Citizens of Nashville who wish to etjov a pleasant
Railroad jaunt, an 1 witness an interesting exhibi
tion, should not fail to go to Fcanalin on the 22J
Auction Sale of Groceries. Mtssrs. Kirkpat
rick, Neviua & Co. will effor to the trade on Mon
day next, a fine opportunity to purchase a stock of
Groceries at Auction. Tbe sale will commei.ee at
10 o'clock, A M , and
embraces one of the largest
Slocks offered at auction this season.
V. II. Evcrltt, ukes a benefit at the Theatre,
on Monday night next, lie has long been an at
tiche of the Nashville Theater, and by bis industry
and application, lias placed himself at the head of
tbe Stock Con; pi n j. lie bas many friends in this
city who will cheerfully pay him the compliment
Le deserves, by swi lling his benefit to a full bouse.
Wood's Muskum, over Beech's store on Col
lege street, is altraciiiitr ureal crowds. Tbe beard
ed woman, the American gianteea, the dwarf,
Ac, are all that they are represented to be.
Tbis evening, being tbe lat day ol the exhibition,
there wiil probably be a great rush. From 2 to
6 P. M., and from 7 to 10 P. M., ars the Lours.
Tbe New York Millinery Emporium, at No. 32,
Union street, presents pral attractions to those
wbo need goods iu that lint. The bonnets, bats,
triramingii ic , ou exhibition and for sale, are as
neat and charming as any to be fjunJ in this mar
ket. Our lady fiends will make a note of No. 32.
Parlor Yi-itor. The June No. of th;s interest
ing publication is upon our table, filled with its
usual variety of contents. We notice the valedic
tory of Dr. W. P. Junk, the former able and ac
complished E.litor, who has disposed of the work
to Mr. B. M. LI cents, of this city. We wish Mr.
Uugbes, much success in bis enterprise, and feel
aim red that he will deserve tbe generous support
of the reading community.
We are indebted to Uolt, of Adam's Express, for
a late New York ppT, expressed through.
5 The editor of the New York Mirror, in an
obituary ootid of the lion. James Bell, of Ne
Hampshire, says be was "a lawyer by profession
and an honest man in practice."
CcktBiRLAND Prksbttckian Assemblt. This
bolv. which was in session at Lexington. Mo. last
w-ek. adjourned on the 29ih ult., to meet at IluutS'
Tille, Alabama, in May next.
From the N. T. Mirror.
The riiglit to I. u rope.
Titer seems to be just now, a mania for a voy
age to Europe. With a first class steamer leaving
tbis port almost daily, all tbe berlbs are taken fur
six weeks or two months ahead. Merchants go
abroad to buv goods, aud take their wives and :bil
dren along with them. Money borrowers are rufb
lug over to the financial capitaU ot the Old Wotl
with their po-jkets full of Stock and bond?, hoping
to return with their po. kets full of "rocks. I lea'
ure seekers aud men of lci-ure go to "kill time
and seek a new senxation. Upon figuring up the
expenses of summer watering at tiome, and compar
ing the bills with the co-l of the ''grand Continent
al tour, the ditlereiice presents no bar to tne visit
abroad. And then our ''fi-text funilies" find it
necessary, in order to be au cottravt with the fash-
iouable world, to imitate tbe example of tbe lady
we read of :
4,A!rs. Bill is very ill.
And nothing can improve her,
Until she S"es the Tuilleries,
Aud waddles through the Louvre."
A Bridi Undressing in Church. The Liver
pool Albion, of the 4.h ult., tells tbe following sto-
There sre more ways of eluding the vigilance of
lynx-eyed guardiane, than by a ladder ol ropes from
a chamber window, as the sequel will show. About
the middle of last week, two young ladies sod gen
tletnen, all apparency in mourning, panl a morning
vieit to a church iu a quiet neighborhood hi t
Anne's Ward. On their entering the edifice, tbe
door was closed and locked, and tbe ladies leaving
the gentlemen to disencumber themselves of their
overcoats and draw forth their white kid g'oves
retired behind the pulpit, whence having relieved
each other of tbe htbiliments of woe they shortly
emerged in full bri Tal attire. The object of their
Vint was now patent; and tbe clergt matt, accom
panied t j a minor official, appearing fiotn tbe ves
try, they j lined tbe transmogrified mourners at tbe
altar, when the nuptial ceremony was cone through.
The gentlemen then resumed their overcoat'" ; tbe
ladies ugaia retired to their impromptu robing-rootn,
and re appearing in their mourning costume, tbe
happy party h it tbe church looking as demure as
though their visit had been for the purpose of in
specting a tablet creeled to tbe memory of a de
A FINK, well broken, kind and round horse, and good
saddle an mil for sale Alo, an open top H iksv and
BTiivaa. for paricu.ari, inq nre at "NOLL'S STAbLi.,"
Cbll-gc street. ljuue 5-4:
i w '
U It A N is OPLMMU UlilPLA V
OF FB.KNCH PATTKN
IV o. 32 rnion Street,
AT THE KEW T0SK KILXINEEY EMf OSIOJC.
fl'illC Urgent as well si tha cheapest stock of the abova
X booda rvei 0ened la tbis dty. Our many casiosners
In ths dty and tt.ro u bout lha but may raljr oa M sitt
ing good bargains of
titu and ti.u.
Head I reiaea, Rlhboas.and
lriminings, French Fiowars,
Ladiai lms Caps,
Patent Intcoiioa fklrts,
ladies Corsets, every style.
And a variety ol other fancy tod.
Wi art eonstanttj reccivmx aoiucibuif sew every cay.
Flam aod fancy
IIAIIl ULOIP, I10I.M:TS AD HATS
Kleacbed and shaped lbs present style sy ths aew lullaa
( tf BonoeU or Uats that have tailed other parties,
warranted lobs aoue 'up Browa,' g Vunt struct.
NEW SUUA t'OI N I'AIN.
CH A8. MILLt.lt 1st Just opened bis su, rrb new a
FoonUio.at bis sior, So. 4 Cuorry street, wher he
eaa, at alltiaivs, supply ins thirsty with a dehcioaa a ad
bealibr beverage. Us invites the attenUja of Us pubtis
So b's rs ablishaent, and promises to kep a hberwl apply
et all the reireihing dclicactes ut tL lea eoaeiaati. oa
fjl onw.ic to n
MAKta PLOWS ei the weaimaM
rials and is ie.l variety.-. f-SsS
svroogbt iroe ana nufti wmui bwm,
I rhl and left hand Flo WS.
A. W. tCtSAH, rroprtwuK.
Taws. EaaJty, AitxAf r. ag-to an-wAW
STEAMBOAT ATJL EIVEE NEWS.
Juno 4 City of UuotoYille, Memphis.
Jane 5 City of LIuotsvifle, Memphis.
Sallie West, St. Louis.
The river is falling, with three feet and a half
(large) on tbe Shoals.
Fob Psdccah. Tbat fart and eubftantul boat,
tbe Cub, leaves tt-day for Paducah. Sbe connects
with th- ruail boats for St. Louis, Louisville, and
A. F Gory, Jostva L. Iwrno and Michael Virara, can
d dales for tt e legislature, will address their Icliowclti
eens at the f-l!wiag tiirt g and placet:
At McWI.i WeVille, on Mo- dty, 2id of Jjne.
" hmlth i-prings, on Tuesday, 481 of Jine.
" Cain Ridte Camp rround. on Wednesday, 21th of June
Tuwnlum, on Thursday, Sith of June.
" Atkin5oo Gap, on Psturdav.'.T.h if June.
" Tank, on Muudiy, V9tti of Juue.
' 1'ogOterk, on' Wednesday, ttt of Joly.
Davidson's Store, kdfleld", on Thnrdty, 2d of July.
God!ettville, on Frjd.v, Sd of July.
Koberuon's or Yarbroug-i' fjnre, Saturday, 4th July,
" Mrs. Rnile, cn Mondav, 6 h of Ju y
Levi 's Flore, bou-.h Nahvil.e, (i night,) Wednesday,
6th of J ine.
" Brotd street, (it nleht,)on Thu'sdav, 9ti of July.
Bia'e Town, S-iUlh Natliville, on Friday, loth of July,
n.aj 8 J
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
AT the great Indiana State Trial of Reapers and Mowers,
Junei, 17, il, 1S',6, at RicrmonJ, under the direc
tion of i he Ktate Committer, the Firt P.-etniu n of a SJU'i'lO
Silver Pitcher was awarded to ihe Manny Machine for ooing
its work the best, and for being the best combined Machine.
In compel Itu n at the trial were twelve o her kiadioi lUr
vestlr g Machines; among thee actually put to the test in
the field by the committee, were the Atkins fell-Raker,
New Vork tieif-Kiker, Mann 4 Son's Indiana Self Raker,
Msac.uetts Seil-Raker, Danflrld'i Combined Machine,
Hied itaker. New York liaod-Kaker, lelta k Dubtm'a
tland-Kk-rand the Kentucny Hirveter Cnmbine'l. These
were all, w.th one exception, omhined Machines. There
were also teveral other kinds of Machines on trial againt
the Manny Machine. The trial lasted throush three ra ,
and the Mann.? Muchine was triumphant ir. the field A
First Premium hst al-o heerr awarded the Manny Machine
as a mover, the Kentucky Harvester contenting.
Lecinion of the Committee vpon the trial of Reap,
erg aud Mover.
We, the onrlerficned, a committee appointed by the Ag
ricultural bureau ol Tci.nente t) examine and test Mow
ing Machines aud report the result to the Bureau at its
next netting, in extcuiion ol said truft, appointed Thurs
day, June 6th, to test the five difl rent Moweri entered,
via: Manny's Combined Reaper and Mower; Mann's Self-Rdking-
Kaner and Mower con.biced; Keicbum's Mower;
Atkins' r-elf Rakinfr Reaper and Mower combined, and
Ueilz k Ltnl am's Kam-fower Keeper and Mower.
Wednesday, June 1Kb, was appointed to tet the Reap
ers that were entered, as follows:
Deita Dunham's R-aj er Atkins' Pelf-Raking Reaper,
Mann's Reaper, New-York Hand-haking Reaper, Mann's
fcelt-i aking Keat er.and the New-Vork fcelf-liakmg Reaper.
In tne result ot our judgment, the award is given Man
ny's, as the beit Comb ned Machine.
V. S. PICK A KD. 1
J. C. HAKKIf, I
J M. KSIU11T, fCommlttee.
W. i. HAhUlNQ, I
f. R. KAl.Nrt, J
FOR SA LE B Y TUB UNDERSIGNED A T
JOILVSOX & HOME'S.
Price, Two llorse Machine fiai.l'our Horse Machine 160.
U. F. CHEATHAM,
P3 General Agent for the Sute.
OKDElt VOl II
1 C 11 CHESTS,
JOHN C. SCIIOOLEV & CO
No. 163 Vine Street,
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADEJ
Semi lor Minted IHIIsof Prices.!
Bankers, Contractors and
JU K c 1 I s : n tl Doors.
Fire Proof Shutlcrs and Boors,
lion Grating &c.
P VERT facility for do;ng and setting np the above work.
iT CaUIngue of designs and pr.ces sent by mall.
275 Fifth al., near Wi aiern Itow, tin., O.
maj 6- IrndAw.
r. A. I KKTBOLD. A. C BSKHOCnV. M. TBUMrSOS
BIRTH0LD, EERN0UDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
AD DlALEHIj IS
Hope, Erggicg, Baton snd Flour,
No. 134 ccoiitl Mr. et, Saint l.ouia, ITIo.
I v lonsigonients of all cou hern Produce received
and proi ptly a'.lendrd to
mayl j triwaWly
B. B. SASCBEX
Produce mid Conimbion Mcrchanls,
AND DEALERS IN
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, C
io. 7 Warren liloc k, Augusta, Ga.
3T Particular attention given to the sale of all con.
sigomems. maytS 6 m
wm oisaoa. a. aixoa.
C, V7. PHILLIPS & COV
vVILLIAAIS, PHILLIPS & CO.,
38 I N ION KTItEET,
A. O. SMITH.
a. r. ufTHiui.
eao. j. aowLAa l
S31ITH, CsUTHKIi: & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS1
AMD AGISTS tOM TBI SALS OS
Vlll;iM A Ti:NNIii:K TO HA CCO,
No. 64 Kain St , Between Second and Third,
FK IIS 11 CO.N PKCTIOaV A It I ES,
CHOICE FRUITS OF EVERY KIND,
Ko. 17 N. Market St., .altvlllr, -
UA junt rcrired a larse rhipme it of freh an I ch'tk-e
Fruiti, which he oflers at a sm'l pront. Come Quick
if you deiie Irob, delicious and cheap Fru is.
TLKKLVS V CO.,
General Commission iMercliants,
a i: v
O U L K A A S .
a. u. aooca.
aisi. a lac
GOODE & BLACK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
k.vjtr yvsv eg "3 m
etsl daw if
(l vr, TEXAS.
iii:aveii da.u r icings.
VEC in lllrkmin rooety, uneaaee, on a beaatlfal,
clei r laiaiicrtek of pure and Imng ater, ia adenly
shaded grotre, where the air is Ouol.pure sad bracing, mS
the waurs equal if not supeiwe to an 1 1 the rou b-aeat,
bavins fuar fculthur hpirg, all d 8 ring wateiialiv: ona
(.haijbiate and several of Uie paretland colde-t Frwe-aloae
a Uie world, lakugall thinya toseihsr M Is aaneldrrwd
by eon petrat Ju ge to be one of lbs very trst watering
p aoea to the liLlted Autes. Braver Dam It forty wille
eat of loiumtMa. Nearly ball of the roa4 Ir. lurnnlks.
lbs balaica Ihe beat dirt road In TVnnM.ee. Frees
ayaeaboro' it u only aboel thirty a lire eat; aad froea
Perryytlle about the save dit.ee i)o4 banting aad
hing aar by, and Uie very brst ol Krandy, lo aad
lifsr-, kept fur ubi aad roua purposes; Dullard Tables,
bias Pin Alley, aad suaoy smaller cawo fur eserett.
leatth aod pwaawre. inta ids and pleawtra seekers are
articuiatty aid rtipenuiiy laviied m vuit ibis alaew.
Me are m ho card to refer t kev. A. L. P. Ureea, kasel
ra ton, J.sdc tilia. It w. Hrvwa. aod H aaiiuria
Vrrd th, ut Naabv lie : Dearly every aaaa. woman and
cmld in C lua.bia aid Maury coenti : St. stev.Jaa. Otev.S.
P. Walker, CuL K. U. Loobty.and baucaa , Fnersoa, e
CSARGEJ 'WILL 2
fWvea Dollars . . Per Week.
CM drra iioder 10 years ill . . Half Fric.
(ervaaucf aJisgae .... hail Prioe.
Ay Bsuiber all ktads of eeBveyaaecs ready at all
timet at Co iamba Uke yoet U Heaver liasi. Akwut
three hodr pcraoa caa be eoekfot UWy aeeeeaodae,
a doa'l believe wkea yew btar lhal we ais Ml.
We would tuoat aaraeeiiy and rewweiiuny Isvlte er
friends and lie pukl s W ViaU Iksaver ta, a we are a
ready teraouve ibi as. kaaLkT k to.
L ids u eiperuia aad eoatreJ as airs. Jaoe K. Kellee.
Sill It T llOI.Usi. e aava in aaapere kt
tloMHB SX rLtfkt,seJe IheSS haalosrly ar iff.
4. tot S4 Uayl J. U. aleOiU.
BI THE RATIONAL LINE.
Report! Furniiaed by the Associated Press.
Niw Orleans, June 4 Late papers confrm
tbe execution of Crabbe and fifT eight ot bm to!
lowtrs. It is rumored in the City of Mexico that
t ruble revenge is beine taken in California, bv
niurdtriog all Mexicans they find.
Chicago, June A Returns from Southern Min
nesota indicate a Republican majority of delegates
vj tue vousiiiuuonai convention.
t-OKCOED, jn. ii., June 4. Uovtrnor llaile, iu
his inaugural address, prousts agaioet the D red
Scott dtcieion, and favors the aid of free settlers
Washikotom, June 4 George W. Hopkins, the
regular Democratic candidate for the 13 h dis tict
of Virginia, bas been defeated by E. F. Martin.
Colonel Cum mines, who ban conditionally ac
: repted the Governorship of Utah, arrived at
Washington yesterdiy, and had an iuterview wi h
Lord Napier officially denies the cession of the
Bay Islands by Grenada to bogland.
Boston, June 4 The steamship America has
i reignts Irorn Liverpool to Northern ports nve
declined; to New Orleans they are brisk. Bullion
in the Bank of England had increased 50,000.
Bullion is lively. American slocks are active, ou
gar, Coffee, and Breadstuff ar firm.
The steamship City of New York is ashore near
Nantucket, wbere tur crew have arrived.
MikPHia, J .ine S. General Walker arrived here
this morning by the -steamboat Woodford much
earlier than be was expected, in consequence of
which, but tew persons were at the landing to
receive rum. Colonel rayue, of tnis city, wel
comed him to his native State, and denounced
Yanderbilt and the New York press as being the
cause of bis dt feat, and not the Costa Ricans.
Walker and Loikridge replied in a .i balance tbe
same as at New Orleans.
QciBtc, Juue 6. The steamer Canadian, from
Liverpool via Revere Du Coss, which went ashore
at tbe Pillars, forty miles below here, is going to
pieces. Her patsengtrs have arrived here in
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
Kasbville, June 6, ls7. f
Tobacco During the past two days there were sold ten
hogxhrads of tobacco at $7.7(), 9.40, 13.15, o.bO, 6.45, 12.15,
7.55, ID 90, 11.85, 12 15.
Bacoh-Is selling from wagons at 12c for shoulders;
18;Vc for ham; and 14,Vc for clear sides. Supply light.
Cbattanooua, June 4.
Flocb Stocks good and supply mo e than equal to de
mand Ruling by the quantity 6Xt7 choice family
brand retailing at 48 i.VSir4 0 per sack.
oaa. rupplits nearly exhau ted selling at fl 00.
BiLON Heavy rales the past week at 14il5 cents
hog round hams retailing from 17 to 19 cents, and still
Acodsta, June 8
Pkotiskks Bacon continues to advance, and we have
altered our quotations to c irrepond with the current rates.
Lard has al-o advanced. Flour id raiher du.l, and prices
BaO . Harus $
Cltar fides, Tennestee i
Ribbed tides i
Hoe Round j)
lb IS O It
lb (a 12
0 15 & 1
ti II it 16
lb 15X (q 16
a 14 is
THE TIAUKi:'lS ItY TLLLtiRAPII.
Nkw Orleans, June 4. Sales of Cotton to-:lay
amount to 2,'00 bales. The inrkit is feeble and
fids irregular, but quotations sre unchanged.
Flour is 2 5 1'. lower. Corn is dull at (1 00 to $1
10. Sterling Exchange 10c. premium; on New
York f c.
Cincinnati, June 4. Flour is selling at 7 00,
and is active. Rye $1 80. Corn 80c. Oats 62c,
Wbiekv S9o. Piovi.-ioDs sre unsettled.
Nsw York, June 4. Cotton is heavy, and has
declined Jc. Orleans Fair 15c; Middling 14c. ;
Mid lling Fair 15 3-16c. Flour and Wheat are
heavy. Corn unsettled. Provision are steady.
Rio Ctff. e lOJc. Sucar dull. Oil", Tallow, and
t obacco are quiet. Pig Iron is 32 00 per tun.
Ccon in firm. Freights uns -tiled. Stocks dull.
1W HARDWARE IIOll,
BWOHT, WER & CO.,
DIRECT 'J MPORTERS
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS I IV
n v m ,
roua sooss from the square,
AIVVILS AiD VICES,
BELLOWS, STOCKS, AND DIES;
HAMMERS, AND HATCHETS,
CARPENTERS, DLACKSMITU, AXD
MILT , CROSS-CUT & HAND
K NO U-PL ATE ; i UA
SIFTERS, SHOVELS, k SPADES.
A I. SO,
A tares a ortmnt of Oun Rifles and Pls'ols: Table
and Pocket Ki.ve-; ris-rs and Bheari; and Fancy Uard
wa-e of every de erii t r
June t-it BEAUMONT, VAHLEEB ft CO.
BY THEIR FRUITS SHALL YE KNOW THEM!
OLD FIRMS AND NEW FIRMS!
HAVE YOU A HERRING SAFE?
Kity- be fa re It ie I. ale!
NEARLY A D"ZrN FIHM A PAT A&K t'CPCRRISO
TdRoLOHOLT 1 1I at ITMI1EI) MTE1.
IT MA YBK YOUR TURXSEXT!
TRIUMPH OF HERRING S SAFES
Ores! Fire at l.yref b'rg, Tirin:a, Jannary 6; Baved
B-ot. Papers and Mu 'fj-J. H. Thump-on A Co.
Great Fire at Ler. y , New Yora. January 18; savcJ Books,
Paters and wnney J. M, Fortmia
Fire at tfintabury, Coooect'eit, Frbmsry 8; Saved Books;
Papers as't M oy Hacon A trothers.
Fulton Street Sire, Nw Yora, F oruarr 10; Saved Books,
Paorrs aod Money J. M. Falrcbild a Co.
Fir al kooteeourt eoacty. Virginia, Febraarj to; Sarsd
Books. Paren and Mony Jones k Mara.
Fire In Henry Street. New York, March '.I baved Books,
Papers aod Morev Carnngtoa aod Uoueherty.
Ureal P re la Mobile, March 11, tared Bvoaa, Papers aad
Money W. hi. P eaaant.
bieat Fire ia laaton, Psnniytvaala; Saved Books, Pa
pera aod Money k. k W, be ler.
Ureal Fire at Peteratvarg, V tram's. May tl: Saved Books.
Papers aad Money Fa evaer, fiammei I it,
FVe al Muo .1 and, Casala, July ; Bared Bosks, Pa
per aad Mooey J. W. aetersoa.
Buraiog of Hresev't M.Us, Hreklra, October 11; Saved
Bonks, Paper and Moner Ueeker bnwh.r
Tne subicribers ar the eniy peraoa le this Stu an
Ue4iadvaseU MkaKlNti'd PATaS f CHAMtMO M AFaA,
warranted U reaiat asore are tbaa any otber (tale aow ia
ae. McKaZt( k WILdON,
Jane 1, II OalMg sC, Mashvdks.
la store aad biag received fur Ms by
No. It North Marltl Strut, a ft tty Woe) Vn
"Old NJU Inmn LU.
TBI stack Is awsspend of the taWastv aad beaa
tilsl aaeurtaaeal ef ftnikab, t reach, ladia aad Aasertaaa
Dry Goods, and as raadered aowpieia by tba a aua ela
laouaaad pacfcaies at Maata. BrogBBS, Shoaa, Hats, SVaa
new, ae , an afwbleb have bea psreaaaed a low as eaaaey
aaaid bay ittesa, aad wul ba aeU as Ww as they ea be said.
PIC KL1.0 wAUHO.1, Jaal rawarved Ra. 1, at
mi v .aituatir.
What It Is dolnr f r (he Sick-.
Wm. Echuchmau. Esq.. ths well known Lithographer,
says: "I have f.equently sued Bcerhave's Holland Bit
ten, and and It tevriably relieves kdigeatioa and de-
Rev. Famuel Babeotk, says : " I found special relief
from its oae, for a severe headache, with which I had long
J. W. Wood ell, Esq., says: "I have used Bcerhave's
Holland Bitters Kyself, and recommend U to ethers, know
ing It to be J tut w hat it is represented
Aid. Jonathan Ne ely, of Lower St. Clair, says : I hvs
derived great benefit from its at for weakness of the
stomcah and indigestion."
James M. Murphy, cays : "After several physic!ans bad
failed, Ecerhave's Holland Bitters removed tbe pain from
my heart and side, aiising frost indigestion." '
HoiIoways Fills possess the most aHonishlng power in
ihe ears of general debili tv, and in renovating the syttem.
Tue m prising effect of these wonderful Pius is soch at to
restore health when it appears lost forever. Sold at the
manufactories. No. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and No.
244 Strand, London; and by all druggists, at iSt C2c,
and Si per box. S5
"Woodland Cream "A. Pomade for leavttfyinQ the
JTair highly perlumed, superior to any French article
imported, and for ailf the price. For dressing Ladies Hair
it has no equal, giving it a bright glossy appearance. It
oauses Gentlemen's Hair to curl In the most natural man'
ner. It removes dandruff, always giving the hair the p-
peaahnce of being fresh shampooDed. Price only fifty cents.
Nome genuine unless signed
FETRiDQB CO., Proprietors of the
"Balm of Thousand Flowers,"
Bold by all Druggists. Nsw Toac
ntaicltt 6 m
The Flux alnnihiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of ths Bowels. It can now be cured in every ca?e lor 75
cents, by the use of TUCKEE'S CH0LE&A STBUP,
which ha been tested by the best physicians in the Booth
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectual
remedy now In a e. It has performed more astonishing
cores than any other specific. A human life can be saved
la nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
Forsaeby KE&NAM BAINS and T. WELLS, Drug.
gls J. apr'24 6m
Worth of Pieoe Goods just teceived, comprising an ex
tensive stock of Cloths of various colors and cf the finest
texture ; also, Black and Fancy French, English and Amer
ican Cassimeres and Vestings in the greatest variety. All
adapted to the Spring trade and made up to order in tbe
" H abvbt " is still at his board.
mil CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
Jobs D. Jambs, Pres't.
D. D. James, Cashier.
Deais In sight and time Bills, Gold and Bilver and Uncur
rent Bank Notes, makes collections in all parts of the conn-
try, will give the highest market price for Laud Warrants
and pay interest on depositee. JanlO.
We are just in receipt of a large assortment of Embroi
deries of New Styles, Black and White Laces and Edgings
of aU widths and superior quality, Bonnet and Sash Rib
bons, Satin Taffeta Ribbons of all widths and colors.
A. J. DUNCAN A CO., Public Square.
White Goods. .
We have now in store tbe largest and best arsot ted -tock
of WHITE GOODS of French and English manufactures.
Swiss, Mull and Nainsook Muslins slao Jaconetts and Cam
brics which we are selling at low prices.
A. J. DUNCAN A CO., Publio Square.
We are now in receipt of a large stock of Frenoh and
Irish Linens, Linen Sheetings and Pillow Case Linens ol
all widths, Fancy Colored Linens, Ac, Ac.
A. J. DUNCAN A CO.
25 cases French ORG A!YDI F.S, JACOSETTS,
and fine JIX'SI-IIV J of entire new styles, to which we
invite the attention of dealers.
A. J. DUNCAN A CO.
50 cases new style PRISTS added to our stock, all
of the latest Spring styles. A. J. DUNCAN A CO.
Our stock is large and well assorted and will bt kept np
by the addition of New ihroughoot the season.
A J. DUNCAN,
- -uz No 70 Publio Square.
ARE LOCATED IN MAOON COCNTY, TENNESSEE,
on the waters of Trammel Creek, four miles Kat of
tnetnmpixe leading from Gallatin, Tenn., to Scntuvilie.
Ky., and will be prepared for the reception ol visitors and
invalids by the 15th day of May. Thi place has already
acquired a reputation wi l-ly circulated for the highly medi
cinal charac er of lis waters, (lour different varieties) and
is now being visited by very many, living remotely, wbo go
in search of a heahby ai d de'ighifjl summer retrea , not
only the invalid, but th- seekers after pleasure, healthy
pa-time and f port, there being within a short ride from the
Springs a pl.ice whtre deer is frequently seen and streams
abounding in trou' and other kinis ol Aah, besidei various
wild aoi uals and f wis. such as loies, aqairrelt, rabbits,
wl d cats, wild turkies, pbea-anta, etc.
Dr. DeBow, oni of the fjrmer pr prietors, having pur
chased the entire interest in the Springs, has as oeiated
wiih him his son William, e l known to all who visited th
Springs last summer. Having gone to con Iderable expense
in re-btting and enlarging their means of accommodation,
they Baiter themielyes that they will be able to add mate
rially to the comfort of all w .o may favor them with a visit,
having, duiii g the past winter, put away about aeventy
thousand pounds or very Are ire. Tbev have had built
twelve additional bed-rooms, besides a large one 60 by 20
feet, latticed on each si is to aSord air, in which the lovers
of pleasure and social enjoyment will find ample room for
The me ticinal character of the several Springs havs
been so often published, it is thought nseless to do so now .
from Ihe fact that Professor Safford. our Mate Geologist.
has been engaged in the examination of some of the waters
and designs to complete tbe whole op jn tbe premites dur-
ing th'a summer, whea tte um of h analysis wiil ne given ,
to the pubMc in connection with this notice or embodied in
a report made out by himself. It is considered only neces- J
sary to say that chrome afiectiona ol any of the more lm-
portant organs exhibit the efficacy of the waters, particu
larly those of females. In eases of diseased kidney and
bladder, cutaneous disease, Indigestion, dropsy, etc., they
have, in many cases, acted line a charm, and in all have .
affjrued relief. Amp's testimony as to the facts could .'
be a horded if necessary.
lr. DeBow will lake treasure In giving inch advice to in. '
valids and others visiting here, as an experience of 23 r '
80 year will enable him to give, snd be always present
should his professional service be required.
lie avail, hiaiaeltof thia method to return to his numar- '
ous frienils and visilun his hearty thanks lor their libeial
patror.age, and again asks a continuance of tbe same, with
the assurance that neither of ns will ipare either time or .
puns to render all comfortable who may sojourn with as
In future. Having secured tne service of Mr. and Mrs. i
Patterson, the publio may b assured of hearty cheer in
tbediniog-rocm. Our stable, too, will be well attended to.
Our charges will be as low as the limes and season will ad
mit of, via: For regular boarder, or those remaining on
wees or more, (washing extra) llJrO per day; children of
10 years of sgs and under and servants, half price; horse
60 cents per day. Transient v Isitor Will be charged 00
cen.s per meal or from lo0 to i00 per day. For extra
services a reasonable ebarge will be made. Washing, Iron
Ing, Ac, 1.00 per doaen. Pur pressing or lionmg dri lor
ladi j, half price.
niayM-triwsm ARCH. at. DlBHW A BON.
ETkASSJlAW & ntJXLANJ?,
(Successor to Robertson A DaahieliJ
XO. 14 COLLEVC STKKET,
SlGi OF TUli A.EGUO.
The only Cash Store la Nashville.
UrE are now receiving our Spring assortment of Boots,
Shoes -, and propose se ling t' era at ths lowest
price for CaSU. Our stock eonaiau la part of ths follow,
ins article.: "
Ladies tleeled Last. Gaiters, plain aod tipped;
do do aide aod front Lace;
do Heeled Kid and Morocco Booteea;
do Welt do do;
Misee' Last. Gaiter, all style;
do Morocco and kid Pump Bootee;
do do Welt do;
Children' Kid and Morocco Ualf Tie;
do do boo leas;
Lavtie Kid o-W Slipper;
do Velvet and Laatinf Slippers;
do Kid Buskinv
Gentlemen's coper SUUhed Calf Boots;
do do Pump do;
do calf Peg gM roots.
Boy' and Youth's Calf and Kip Boots,
Gent's Cloth Congress Gaiters;
So Las. do;
do Low quartered Pat, Shoes;
do laf aad PaU Oxford Ties
W hav a trg assortment of Tracks' VaHe. Carvet
Bags, Hat and bonnet boxes every sty at asusila foond ia
tbia mai !teC
Alao, a larg aaaortmaol f Hat for Plantation . Soft
Caasnxerw UaU, Spring ctylas We are deteraai aad to af
ler induce menu la Cash purebaaar.
marrU BMikVBakW k RUTLAND.
FIXli M13MHFAY SUOLS '
t COLLEGE STREET,
NOW KBrriTNO ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES CF
In eheaa. Boots, Gaiters, Baaktna, aad fiippar lor
Ladies Hisses, and Children,
GENTS' fAL BTlTr HED BOOT?; OZFORM , CALF
AND PATEN f LIA1HE; CUNGKESS WAlTaJU. ABO
UNsS DRUS4BUtkJ; a larg aasortatadl.
Par Boy aad Tenths el every de-erlptSoa, Calt Patent
Leather, Uoat Morooea, and KsfUssj Laatag baiters far
s&ie very abeay lor caah. Juii.S lAMAtaK,
s voaega itreas
ty A larg stack of Heavy Wert, for smo aad wea.
it. Ptgfad War of th bat quality. I may 3V J
JtlTMLG AND E. D. CHEESE.
JCrt raeetvad by Fusitboal Labaaaa
190 Nalat. CkWM, trat eiisaarusla.
bsl bs W. R. CteeM ess kaad.
60 bbta awaet Crab CI lar.
S bkla. I aaatBagne Cidar.
llM ava. ava traA Oysaars, wamalatd to kse sit
Fartara wishing to se'abrate the k f July, saa ha so.
eaaa at Grated wi'.h ttre Warka aad atka? aee.i.ary staslea
far that grea ornansa. by J. Q, iuiamn,
pOLOHED Mil IIS rtU-Jsat rivad iIni.
V sortoicai al OusBred W irts. Utawt ssjlca. aad at vara.
tvtsas. U3 1 J. & UoOILL.
Sole Agent tor
through C. W. Smith's
Entrance to Piano Boom
Prize Medals Awarded
gold wfdal ...
gulumj dai. ...
GOLD M rTAL ...
GO D MEDAL ...
Massachusetts CbaHUWe Mechan:e Association .
'a-scho-etts Chant ible Mechanic Asracitoa
Massachosettat heritable Mechanic Associa ion ..
Maiwachuetts rharitable Mechanie Association
Massachusetts Chrlfbi Mechsnie Assceatioa .
Massachusetts rhariuhte Mechanic &eocitioo .
Msavhuetts Chiritable Mechanie Association ..
Pennsylvania Siate Agricultnral Society ,
A bany Connty Fair, New ork
............ Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association .
American Institute, New York
' Maine Charitable Mechanic Association
Ma.sacha e'.ts Chaniab'e Mechanie Association ..
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Assoc! ition ...
1 M lascho et's Charitable Mech in c Aoclatica ....
W'orreter Coonty Mechanic As ocia'ion.
Franklin Insti u'e. Pennsylvania
Worceter County Mechanic Association
1 Mis acbusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ...
Worcester Coun'y Mechanie Association
Wo'cwter County Mechanic Association
O'.io 8ia'e Board of Agricoltur
Ohio Sute Board of Agriculture
Kentucky Mechanics' Institute ,
Massachnretts Charitable Mecharie Association ...
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ....
Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society
, il. inoia State Fair
Massachusetts Chr liable Mechanie Association ....
World's Fair, London
u ...... n ...l.. w . " "."". '
T. GoLDMSDAL ....
8. onto VE AL ....
9. GILD MKDAL ....
It'. GOLD MEDAL ....
11. GOLD MEDAL ....
1. FILTER Mr'DAL .
. PILVKR MFDAL .
5. BII.VKR M (.DaL .
4. SILVER M F.DaL .
6. S'LVKR MEDAL .
. SILVER M-.PAL .
T. elLVER MEDAL .
8. 8ILVEH MEDAL .
9. PILVER MEDAL .
10 SILVKR MKPAL .
11. 8 LVEH MKDAL .
13. SILVER MFDAL .
18. FILVEtt MEDAL .
14. SU VE t MEDAL .
1 HLVKR MIDAL ..
15. SILVKR MrDAL ..
IT. 81LVER MEDAL .
1. BRONZ MFDAL .
9. BtONZE MFDAL .
8. KR0ZG MKDAL .
4. BRONZE MEDAL..
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanie Association
AT THE EIGHTH
J. C. D. PARKKT,
GEO. M. WARREN,
The following Instruments were offered for examination, In eompetitloa for sward :
Forty-eight Piano Fortes, subdivided as follows :
Three Semi ftrsnds.
Two Parlor Grands.
In the department of Piano Fortes, the committee, unitine Into ona class, as la nhrlnml rnnwt tha flr.nrla S.ml
Grands and Parlor Grands, recommend the following awards
inicxennr a eons, lor tneir brands, cemi urands, and
a Grid Med il.
Chickering k Sons, for the two best f quite Piano Fortes, of Seven Octavo each, the first Silver MedaL
The committee, in coming to a dcis.on upon the merits of the several instruments of whirh ih. h Inat ttmtfil
their award, were of entire unanimity. They did not hesitate
the Justly celebrated house of tbe Messrs. Chtckenng Sons, were not only altogether manifestly superior to all com
petitors at the present Exhibition, but were an equslly manifest, and greatly advanced improvement over tbe well
commended produc I n of tbe same rs ablishment eff.-red at anterior rxbitions. And the committee not only feel it
to be a pleasure, but an obvious duty, to congratulate the p
well sustained its high repute. The memory of the good
(bund r.tha I long be cberi hed; and it is a matter of equal
fairly won aud wore, has fallen upon shoulders worth ' to receive and able to honor It.
The 8emi-tirards of i bickering k Sons, and a Parlor-Grand by the noe firm, were superb Instrument1; and this last
had the svral varieties of Grands, Semi-Grands, and Parlor-Grands been kept distinct in class, would have beau enti
tled, a his best award, both for it- own in rinsic merit, and as a new aod meritorious Invention. But all these were uni
ted into one clas, and the award was made accordingly.
log k ."ons, and made its appearance at the eih bifon of
Medal; but inasmuch as tba laie lamented head ol the firm
award rou d not becon&r ed consistent y with the laws of
f.ction Cuuld tl is award be now confirmed.
That the jjdgn ent of the committee may be distinctly
struments under d.scussion. Tiiey pu-. the everal varieties
first premium, to ever the three varieties offered by them
In the class of Square Piano Fortes, the awa da of the
of Chickering k Sous are at tbe head.
It ia not necessary to ductus the merits of ths other fqnar
assigned are placed in the order of their merit, as adiudjed by th- committee, and those cf which special mention is not
made are pamed by as not comiug ip to a just standard of excellence.
Twenty-Eighth Annual Fair of
H. A.WOLLENTIACPT, W. H. SAGE, JAM E8 HARRISON, L. M. GOTTSCHALK, Jtrnasa.
Cbicikrinu k Soss, Boston, Mass. For the best Grand Piano-Fortes, Uou Mbdal.
At Pituburg, the present seaton, Mefsrs. Chickering k Sons, were awarded the highest premium, a Slver Medal.
Alto, at the 1 liuii 8tate Fair, the h ahest premium for Piano Fortes, a Silver Medal. May i'i to July 1.
II. C. M'NAIRY tfc CO,
NO. 65 COLLEGE STREET.
HAVE rletei mined in future to keep up a full and ele
gant stork the whole year round o tbat persons visit
ing the city can have their Mania supplied at ail seasons,
and they are now receiving their bLCONl LAitGK 1M
Bought in New York since the heavy decline in prices, and
are prepared to do better for their friends than at any
other Ime in the history of their lusii,e.-s, being aMe to
sell many descriptions of goods cow at less prices than w
paid for them early in the season.
In DKMa GOJDS, we have an eltgant assortment of
And all fabrics by the yard at prices far below their u-usl
value. We have also reduced the pruvs of the old stock on
hand and can now supply "the n.illicn" with rlrgant
Dresses at a small cut. We invite particular attemion to
the redaction in prices cf our Silk Stock and an unwmally
uiroe MK'K of low priced Muslins Lawns, Ac, Ac
bummer Mutvwl In great variety, very pretty
ana new, also a lew tor mourninr.
l.ate ac .Muslin Mantles an elegnt assort
ment, al-o a large lot at very low p. ices. Lace Mantle at
from 4 up.
BOYd WEAtt, lRIH LINENS,
PLANTA110N GOODS, AO, AC.
Hosiery or an kind.
Aleves, all sixes, st.tles and qualities.
OIL CLOTIS, STRAW MATTSGS, CARPKTIXGS
We are now receiving the largest stock ever brought to
tbis ciiy, about SOU pieces, amen;; which may be tound ev
ery thing from thecommontst to the mott elegant, together
with printed Druggets, Crumb Cloths, Rugs. Mats, stair
Linens Rod, Ac , Ac, and all at the very lowest poas ble
MayJT. R. C. McNAItY k Co
A HLTIHhD PlllltlA.
Whose sands of life hare have nearly ron out, dlsrov
ered whi le in the I ast Indies, a certain cure for Coo-
sumption. Asthma. Brunch tis. Coughs, Colds, and Gene
ral Debility. Tbe remedy was discovered by him when
his only child, a daughter, was given up to die. He bad
beard rooch of the wonderful restorative and healing
qualities of preparation made from the East India He up.
an I the thought (ccurred to him that he might make a
remedy for his ch lid. He studied hard and uceeded In
realising bis wiaheu Hi child was cured, and is now alive
and well, tie bas since administered the wonderf ilreme
dy to thousands of .offerers In all parts of the world, and
be nas never iniej in making them completely healthy
and happy, Wi-hmg to do as much rood as possible, he
will send to such of his afflicted fellov beings as reqaeft it,
this recipe, with full and xpicit directions for making tt
up, ana suceestm ly using it. He requires each applicant
to incicaenim one sniiiinr three cent, to be returned
postage on the recipe, and the remainder to be appdtd to
in payment oi tnis advertisement. Address
DR. H. JAMS'),
No. 19 Grand it., Jersey City, N. J
P. S. There are persons who pretend to prepare voa
alb tne -axtrict oi t. annaois lniica" rrom Dr. u James'
Recipe, and who prcfesa to be bis Agists. All iu h per
sons are Impostors. Dr. H. James' ice object is to benefit
the worm, an i not to mak- money. He has no agrnU aha
prepare hit medicine from tbe recipe, an1 never will
bay I Tb Impost ji ctiniu rake up the medicine
from th recipe so as to sell it at a profit, tbe co-t of im-
rorttng the Last India Hemp alone being too great to
atmitof a pecuniary Bneculaton in the genu ine remedy.
The Imitation are probably compounded of molasses and
a peinwiont drug or teo costing a few cents.
TO THOSE WHO I.OVE TIIEIIl
I HAVE A REMIDV (PUKFLY VEGETABLE1 FOR FEVER
and Agne, Fits, an I sailing Sickness, which baa H EVER
BEEN KNOWN T J FAIL. Il It as pleasant, and as ehetp,
as it i efficacious. Any person who will send me the names,
and d raction 'o th residences, of ten Individuals tick ol
Contumplfon, or any disease of the Chest or Lungs or suf
fering from a broken down and shattered Coottitufoo, will
receive as a reward thi Recipe. It embodiea lull Inauae
tiont for waking and ada,initerl ig thta woo 'erful Medicine.
Addreaa, Da IstACT DELOftviK,
may 8-dlmins Nw York PostoRc.
THE LAS r CALL.
HAVE a new arrival of Negroes on band, amongst
lb is an excellent bia-ksmilh, his wifa and child, that I
dasir to tall in th county.
toayltS. REF3 W. PORTER.
II A COM.
POUNDS BACON ON HAND AND
for sal by
D. D. DICKEY.
. On nrtfi "lE BRICK ON HAND AND FOB SALE
D. D. DICKEY.
sio.m: u ahi:.
GALS BfoNE WARE, AAiORTED, ON BAND
ana tor sal by
I. D. DICK FY.
rar iiEKs, buiLER'
A ZLES, NCTf, WariiEKs, botLERS, RIVETS, DRILLS,
Crow Bars, on hand and for sale by
D. D. DICKEY.
PLAIN A ND DECORA Tl Y ,
All the Latest Designs,
AND MOST FASHIONABLE PATTERNS!
Selected from the largest Zattem Mamfuetoriett
snd the priDcipsJ French emd Eugluh jigtneut.
ITELS KXEZXS, WW 10 V TkTZZ CZS1LSX 43.
Cemme Paper qf retry JucriptUn.
YT Piper Bar gt nf done la the bast east ner.
JT Tera-a Caaa, tor ad seaall kdi aad eaua-ry ardars.
W. W. PiJIsi,
Ne. 14, Pah Bowara,
May Si-lm. Of. Veuderick
Six Hiautw Freezers.
WB have a hand a tmall rapply af the faaaats Paleat
(11 M1NCTK FdtAZSRS, thai hav r sen e ik
saiHrtwtx-a la every la wawh they kav bean aaesi.
FiT8 Ilinata Freezer..
tVl havejast reaalvad. dirwn trm Maw Vark. foil scw-
ly of varluaa maatef fi minltk rttxtK.a
said to b naetr la say thing w hwtVa tb paait As
w warraat thava arucla U ba as good a raprwMaiad tmr
aaatosatrs ad aat kcaiute to try thesa.
let Crcaa Freezen.
1X7 atv tha aid mebiouad tea Crvaaa Frawaer, aad aaaka
v Ovess 0sa aasos,sA th kas prwwa.
Mas;.. li A WILSON.
STIOREO HALnO.1 UssMMaidtetsaiakv
St SOWS' PIANOS.
THE subscriber, having-been appointed Sals Agent for thesalaof tnt
above celebrated Instruments lor Nasbvil eand Middle Tennessee, has taken
th rooms over C. W. Fmith's Bootsiore, No. 41 College street, where he has
now open snd tur sale, an assortment of the different patterns oi
and I octaves, some of them beautifully sarved in the sty la of Louis XI v.
Purchasers and ibe eitisens generally are rerpectfully Invited to call and
examine this fine stock of Pianos, which, for beamy at finish, full isews)
and pwer f lone, and eluticity of touch, cannot ba aarpaaaew
by any rlanos manufactured either ia the Tnited SUte r la rope, avery
Instrument warranted and sold at mannfactorer's prices, adding cost Of
on y. T" . a 1 33 Xj Xj O i.
Chickering A Sons, for Nashville and Middle Tennessee,
Bookstore, No. 41 College-st.
the Chickering Piano.
Sons' Piano Fortes,
EXHIBITION OF THE
LEVI P. FfOMER,
Parlor Grands, for most decided and meritorious Improvements,
for a moment in deciding that the Grand P.ara Vartea from
esent beidsnf .his long established house, that they hav so
name, and of the good deeds, aod of the great skill of It
satisfaction and priue that the aaro-entof oraLa ha has so
The rarlor-Grand, first e manated from the hoosa of Chlcker
18' 8, and the committee of that year awarded to It a Gold
was a member of the then Government of 'be rociety,the
the Association. It wou d afford tha committee great satis-
understood, they now repeat their awards in tbe class of In
into one class, and they award to Chickering A Bona th
committee were made with equal unanimity. Ths instruments
Piano Fortes In detail. Those to which awards have been
the American Institute, New
THE SCARCITY OF MEAL.
ITS high price, and the inconvenient
induces us to call attention to the
of obtaining It,
Celebrated "Excelsior" Mill,
As adapted to orindino Mbil for family oae, and crushing
Corn and Coh wheat. Rye or oats for slock, thereby en
abling EVERY MAN TO BKCOM
His Own Miller!
The "EXCELSIOR" ha received nearly ONE HUNDRED
PREMIL'M-t in contests with ths Improved 'Ml tie Giant,"
'Star Mill" and others. lis grinding surface is etst sepa
rate from the M II ai d can be restored, when worn out, at
a cost of three dollars. It also discbarges the Meal Irom
one point directly into a half bushel. Furnished complete
With Two Tair of Grinding
(Which nukes It equal in durability to two ordinary MlllsJ
:or Fifty Dollar-.
Pgr- Co'inty RleMa fo' aiil.
JAMES C. BALDWIN & CO..
No. 8T Co.lege street, Nashville, Tenn C
aprsa irvs r -m
ARMSTRONG- & CO.
Manufacturers, A fentsand Dealer
IX ALL KIXDS OT,k
Building Materials, &c.,
io. GO, Market Street.
BALSTOS'I 0EI0 EIGHT H0SSX 10 WIS
THBEJHEE AND C1EAHEE;
OHIO F0DE E0E5E TKRE3HEE WITH 8TSAW
OHIO rCTK E0ESE TH&ZSHZ& WITHOUT
TWO H0BE EAILE0AD P0WZS THSZSHZS
ONE E0E8E EAILEOAD POWZS THEXSHTi
A5D 8EPABAT0S ;
zxornrs thkeshzsj aits cleajzes, ait
Reapers & lloiccrs
KEW T0BK HA50 EEAPZE3 ;
XESTUCIT HAEVISTEE ;
HUGO'S .C0M2ISE3 HEAP EE A2T0 K0WIE
SINCLAIR'S POWER STRAW CUTTER. 4 tits
ZAJDFOES'S HAHO STRAW CUTTER, S Hxsd
PUSLfHEIT'S PRXXITX TAX XTXIJ;
tax rnrs celxerateo tax xxlls ;
BUILDING MATERIALS, &C.
600 EELS. HTDEATJUC CEXXXT
120 EELS. PLASTER PARIS ; '
S.0O0 XE3S WHITE LEA 0 ;
50 SBLS. LIXSEED OIL;
PftOO E0XES WIXI0W GL&SS-Ajaortad IIem;
10,000 LIGHTS WIXD0W SAI3 " " '
IS PAIR WDSOW BLTXIS':!
51 K A RET, TTT ID O0X KAXTLXS.
Wa hiTi a lartra aaasrtiasnt of PLOWS, CCL
TITATORS, C0RX SHXLLEE1, C0XX PLAIT
EES, HA2R0W3, HORSE &AEXS, R0AS SCEA
PZES, CErSHIlS, CHAIX PCXPf, Aa.
Ws art t'sa Agsat tr
WOOD'S PORTABLE STZAX XSaXXZS;
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Invalids, Jatbsrt, Jfothert, Phyddanf, PilLia
tiropistt, rsid their Effects, mai jidge of
FOR THI CrRE OF
SeadAebe, Sick Headache, Fcnl Etomacha.
Prrrsaoao, Pa. May 1. 13M.
Da. J. C Atsb. Sir: I hav been repeatedly eorad of the
worst headache any body ean have, by a dne er two of
yoar Pill It eeojs to arise from a f a stomach, whieli
they eleanw at ooea. If they wiil care others as they do
me, the fact is worth knowing
Yours with great rcspeet, FT. w. v RFBLF.
Clxrt of Stumer Clarion.
Silicas Eitordert and Liyer Complaints
lrtTT or th iS'iaiott. I
WaJH stoii, D. C,T Feb.,18o f
r8ra: I have need tour e in mv general and hospital
praetic ever since joa ma le tb-sm,and esnoot hesitate to
ay they a a ti bs e ithartio we employ. Their regula
ting action on the lirer it q lick and added, eooseqaen ly
they are an admirable remedy for derangements of tbat
organ. Indeed, I bate seldom fhand a esse of bttiou at
Stw 10 oratinat that It did not readily yield to theas
Fraternal y yours, Al OZ0 BsLU, M O,
rhytician of th X trine Eorpttat.
Eyientery. Relax and Worms.
Post Cmca. Hastlaso Irv. t o Mica., Not. 19, lS.
Da. Avsa: Yoar Put. are tie oer'ar-ton of Medicine.
Th y have don a-y if more tood th n 1 ean tell yon.
She had been ick and pmiog away for b a the. Went elf
to be doctored at great expen-e, bat got do better. fh
hen commenced taking your Pi Is, wh eh sho eared ber, by
expelliog large qnaoti ies of worro (dead) front her bafy.
They afterwards em ed ber and ojr two e ildrrn of b'ooor
dysentery. One of our neighbor had it bad, and my wife
eared him with tee doses of your Pills, while others around
ns paid from Ave to twenty doln rs doctors' bil.a, and lost
roach time, wi boat being cured entirely even then focli
a medicine as yours which is actually good and bnoest,
will b prised her. GEO. J. GRIP FIN,
Indigestion and Impurity of tha Blood.
Fror Ret. J. F. Uimee, Pattor 0 Advni Caurch, Boeton .
Da. Avsa: I hav uted your Pills with extraordinary sno
res In my lamily an I among th ntltt eilled to visit In
distress. To rerulate the orvaas of d.s tioa and po'ifr tha
blocd they are the very best remedy I have ever known.
and 1 can confidently recommend them to my then Is
Yours J. v. UIMES.
Wabsaw, Wvomsta Co , S. Yn Oct. f 4, 1S55.
Diab fta: I am us di year Cathartic Pills in mv pract ee.
and Had them an excellent parga'ive to cleanse ths system
and purify tbe tounUm of the b'ood.
JOUN G. M EACH AM, X. D.
Irysipelas, Scrofula King's Evil, Tetter, Tumors1
and Salt Rheim.
From a Fjrvsardtnq Merchant of St. Louie, Feb. 4, 1SJS.
Da. Avsa : Your Pills are the paragon of all tbat Is great
In medicine. They have cured mv little dtughter of uicer
ous sores upon her hands and feet that hts proved incurable
for year. 11 er mother ha been long and grievous ry af
flicted with blotches and pimple on hr skin and in ber
hair. After our child was cured, afc also tried yo ir Pills,
and they have cured her. ASA MORGRiDGB.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout
From the Rtv. Dr. Ilautee, of the iltthodUd S. ChurtA.
PtOAsai Hocs 8avassau, Gt., 'an. S. 1354.
HosobbdPu : I thiuld be nrgrate'ul for th relief tour
skid has brought me if I did not report my rase to sou. A
cold settled in my limb and brought oo excruiatiog neural
gic pain, which ended in e rtnio rheum' Ism. Nc'wi'h-
atandlng I had tbe be t of pbysk-tans, tb disease grew
worse and worse, ontil, by Ue advxe M your exce lent
agent In Baltimore, Dr. MacKensie, I tried your Pill.
Their effects wer slow, but sure. By persevering in the
use of them I am now entirely wtll.
PisaTs Cham bbb. Bams Roccb, T a., S Dec , 183.
Da. Avsa: I hav been entirely cured bv loor Pills af
Rheumatic Gout a painful disease ih-tt h'd afflicted me
tjr year-. VINCkNT MI0ELL.
For Dropsr, Plethora, or kindred Corss
plaints, requiring au active pur ;e, they ar an excel
lor 4'oalirrneia or Conalipation. and
a s Dinner fill, they are agreeable aod eftVc ual,
t'lta. Suppression, I'm rn It aits Jiiflattta
mntiwn. aud even strati tiest, ai.d fatrtlal
111 itt lit eta, have been cured by the alterative action.
of these Pins
Most of the pills in market contain Mercury, which, al
though a valuable remedy in tkil ful ban is, is dangerous ia
publio put, rrom tie dreadtul rortseq icnees that fre-
quent y follow its Incaut ous uae. These contain no mer
cury or mineralsubstai c whatever.
PBEPARED BT ER. J. C. ATEB,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mat.,
And sold wholesale by
BKKRY A DOMIVlLLr, NashvUle.
JO. G. B1 OWN, and all drjrrttsln this city.
FRIEH80N k HAWKIN8, Coluuibia.
TiiOMAS k l!RD..CIarksv.ls
R. D. DEERY, r?helh yille.
8CHELL A BLACKMOKS, Gallatin.
And all dealer in meuicine evervwtiere.
Jonel.-lrn. A tvertlsioe Agent.
A WORD TO THE WISE I
wish to te
go at once and
get some of
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Thousand In Bt. Louis hav need it, snd tne unrvmai
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Every Country M.rehant should take a supply homo
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J. H. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor of this Cordial.
Alao, McLean' Yalcanie Oil Liniment.
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ta Price, tl 00 per Botjle.
tsy For sale by all tb principal Merchants and Drug.
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The greatest remedy ever discovered for Man or Beast
Th nnparalelled toorra of thi Liniment ia a sufficient
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