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Friday Horning, Kay 12, 1357.
OfficialJournal for Publishing the
Post Office Letter JList.
Notice to TranIen AdwerUaera.
All transient advertisements in this paper, moat be paid
lor at the time they are handed in-otlirwte they will not
be in-erted, Transient Job Work mujt be paid for on deli-
Tbe Memphis Bcllitiw announces that the
newspiper which A. Hii, Esq., proposes to
establish in this city will be conducted on the "s ioie
principles'' s that jiurnaL We doubt this state
Dent. Mr. Hall Las dittinguiehed himself by so
earnest end honest opposition to the democratic
par y. We cannot believe that be will, under the
flig of Independence, or under any other fl.g,
throw the weight of hi; influence towards strength
euing that party, lie is not that sort of man.
CSS1" The exercises at the commencement of the
Collegiate Department of the University of iN'esh
i!le yesterday, were of the usual character. The
following young gentlemen delivered addreese4,
whxh were high! creditable to llum, and wereat
tect vely heard by an intelligent audience.
B. F. LIollin tit worth, lt.Egltih Salutatory.
J. E. JXhiiKB.Tenn. "Tlie Union, it must he
i'aaNK Ma.it, Tenn. The Wealth of the Mind.
G. VI. Pillow, Tenn. The Eloquence of Dtcay.
S II.Fopk, Mits foot print on the tiud of
J. T. Kewbill, Teoa. The Literature of the
F. E. WuiTriKLD, Tenn. Yaledictory.
A list of tbe graduate! will be found in another
part of our paper this morning.
Mielbyvllle I iilverllj
A few days riuce we made a business tour to
Bliel'iyville and McMiunville. At the former place
is located the Siitltij ville University. During our
short, but sgreeaMe etty, we called ou Trof. Ilamil
ton, resident ol tlie University, whom we found
to be a polite and amiable gentlemen. Much credit
is due him for his clove application and untiring
anerpy, which has been iufetrumeutal ia placing
thin Institution in the ti jojment of its high repu
tation. From a slight ridicpoeiiion of Frof. Hamil
ton we were dopim-d of the pleasure of a visit to
the Uuiveiaity Building, const queutly, e are
unable to spent in detail of its merits as an arcli
tectural structure; ii is, however, situated on a
conspicuous eminence near the town, surrounded
by a rich and picturesque country. The Institution
was never in a more flourishing condition than at
the present time, haviug iu daily attendance more
than luO students. The present Faculty is an able
and efficient one; it is, however, the intention of
the Board of Trustees to make some valuable ac
quisitions by the commencement of the nextste
tiou, (the first Monday in September next,) which
will render it inferior to do institution of a titnilar
kind in the State.
The commencement exerc'ses open on tbe 25th
ins-t,, when some txcelleut speaking may be tx
pected from the studiiiis of the Uuivtrrity.
We are requested to invite all those who may
desire to attend, nul UJle the literary progress of
the rising generation, to be present.
Our limittd time cut our stay with the citizens
cf WcMiunviild much shorter than we desired. We
eagerly embrace this opportunity to express to our
Lumerous warm pi-iesoual friends in that place, our
grateful acknowledgements, not only for their tf-
fjrts to increase our already large list of 6tlHcri
btis, but the ceaseless attention to our inJividuul
cou.foit, which rendered Oir stay in their mid6t
iust pleasant and agreeable. The Thatcher Bouse,
at which place we flopped, is so establishment of
t'ae first order, and ous which the citizens of
Mciliuu ville may feel justly proud of.
I'nii eraily of Naaliville.
At the Auuual Commencement, held June 11th,
1857, the degree of Duchelor of Arts was con
Joum T. Newbill, of Fulaski, Tennessee.
F. ErukKC Wbitfilld, of Memphis, Tennes
see. Certificates of proficiency in the English Course
were granted to
Ricuakd II. M. CoctBiLL, of MempliU, Tennes
see. TuomasE. S. Cock. hell, of Memphis, Tennet
ee. Jostm PuiLLirs, of Nashville, Tennesee.
The booorry degree of Doctor ol Laws was con
foired upon W. M. Gillei-pu, Trof.-sfor of Civil
Engitieriug iu Union Ouliege, New York.
The honorary decree of Master of Arts was con
ferred upon A. B. Palmir, M. D., Professor of
listeria Medics iu the, University of Michigan.
TiieaTRi. The pby-oiug ciiizcusof Nashville
will not forget that tbe complimentary befic6l
of Miss MasIoh Uacahtut occurs this evening.
During Ler slaj here, sl.e Las nude many fricuis,
bo will not fail to avail tben.se ves of this oppor
tunity to live a Lrimmiug testimonial of tbeir ap
preciation of lb lair beneficiary.
To-morrow evening, we are iufotmed, Mr. J.
Davis takes a benefit iib which the season will
Utah. Despatches from Washington to the New
Tork papers state that the governorship ol Utah
bas been tendered lo Ei-Gov. Pliil'p F. Thomas, of
Maryland, ktid tiiat he. his accepted it. The Ad
ministration have determined to send about S0OO
tio. pi into the territory.
fj- Bishop Folk's propositiou for tbe establish
snetit of a new Southern Episcopal University has
tlto lull endorsed by tho diocese of Texa, and
delegates sppoibted to the Chattanooga convention,
tbe 4ih of July ueit.
CrooKer'a Millinery Eaiabiiehmeut.
We doubt whether the fair dames aud btlles of
Kashville have ever experienced so much difJiculty
in the St h-ciioo of a bonnet, as this season, a' thi
establishment. Tbe cause is cot to be found in the
increased fastidiousuess or captiousue-a vftbtir
ttstt-s, uor in the paucity of the stock or inelegance
of the sty liia. No; we must look for it in some
other quarter. Their fancies, to tell the truth, have
been bcwilJered by the fcreat rariety and beauty of
the arsortment to choose from. Tbey ex pi rieiice
8 licu eriisalions wl.ilo beholJiug it, as one feels
in a rich cooservstory surrounded by the rarest ex
otics, amiiaf edin tht ir uVlieious perfumt a. They bavo
'such emotions ss led the poet to wish that the
lips of all wocnankiud, especially the beauties, were
rouJeus. d ialo one prtfy pouting pair that he
might, in ki-sing them, LUs tbe whole race. Where
trere is so muth eleauce, so preat a variety, a
cVoice must be difficult. The thing' natural ; aud
the dear creatures are not to Us rue. But col of bon
nets alone does Crooker'a congress consist. Nearly
11 descriptions of milliuery goods are represented
there from the lightest and most etl.erial to the
heavier fabrics which art produces to adorn the
ovelieit of nature's ban li works. 16 If
(iters 4c BylDs;tBa Gallery mt rim Arts.
1 bis estaUliaiimeiit, corner of Deaderick St. aud
tha Square, bas just been newly fitted up la splen
did sty Is with every couceuieooe, sod the proprie
tors have spared do cipeuse in mtkiug it one of
the finest Galleriis in the South western country.
Their side aud sky-ligbu are the beat in the city,
sod the ladies will fiud a fiue Twno, asalito, a com
tnoJious dressing room, fitted op exclusively for
them. They pledge tlieinielves that tbeir pictures
hall not be eurpass.-d by any artist in tie city, and
invite tha public, and the ltdies particularly to eaU
and examine tbetr Gallery, Specimens, ecu All in
want of fine and life-I ks atubroMpra wi.l fiud it to
to their advantage to give them call.
June 8-1 m.
iiAxn vaivu.vvis. 7"'
WILL pay Cath for LAND WAKIANTIat say
a js Cuwry aiiwet. la ti
apply to a. ft
i. . FUXOHa.
SZT W are author ted to announce Jires M. EnrroB a
a candidate for rheruT of Davidson county, at the next
March eltcUon. -
Kr We are author led to announce Job K. Eomokmo
as a candidate for theriff of Davidson county, at the next
tS We are authorized to announce E. B. Biolit ai
candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March
Gubernatorial Canvas Appointments
J a- per,
t olumbi i,
The undersigned, candidates for Governor, hive agreed
upon tbe above list of appointments (or the ensuing canvass.
They would have been glad to be able to visit all the Coun
ties, but the shortness of the time rendrred it Imposr hie. ,
1C1IAM U. HAKK1S.
Naahvi:ie, May 12th. 1S7.
FIRK BRICK, JuttreceiTfd nd for sale by
june6-lw BTtWAKT k OWkN.
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
AT the gieat IrdiaraSiate Trial of Reapers and Mowers,
June 26, W, 2S, IS'O. a' Rfcrmond, under the direc-
uon oi me Male Cjn nintee, the Fmt Prerriu n of a f5ti:u0
Silver Pitcher was awarded to the Mamy Machine for uoir;g
Ha work the best, and for being the best combined Machine.
in eompHitH n at tne trial were twelve o her kinds ol Har
vestii g Machines; among U o e actually put to the tect in
the tieid by tbe committee, were the Atkins Felf-Riker.
rew ion ceii-naaer, mann Kon's Indiana celf Kaker,
Masct.UBetis Sell-Raker, Dantield's Combined Mscbine,
Hand Kaker, New York liand-Kaker, Det'l Luhim's
Hnd-KakT and tlie Hen'uciy linrvesterOombined. These
were all, w. th one exception, i omblned Ma-hines. There
were also teveral other kinds of Machines on trial against
the Manny Machine. The trial listed through three ca,s,
and the Mannv Michioe was triumphant its the field A
First l'remiiiin h. aho t.een awarded the Manny Machine
as a mower, me acniucny Harvester coatenling
Deciiion of the Committee upon the trial of Leap-
ert and Jloirers.
We, the undersigned, a committee appointed by the Ag
ricultural Hurtau U TeLnetsee to examine and test Mow
in Machines and report the result to the Bureau at it
next Keeling, in exeeuiion of said tiUJt, appointed Thurs
day, June Mh, to test the five diH. rent Mower, entered,
V K Manny's Combined Reaper and Mover; Marn'i felf
RikiLK H. aoer and Mower con.biced; Keichum's Mower;
Atkins' heif-Raking Keaper and Mower combined, and
Kelts i Ijuul.am's Karul'ower Ken per and Mower.
WedneMiay, Ji.ne 11 ;b, was appoiu'ei to te.t the Reap
era that were entered, as follow:
I)ett Dunham's Hearer, Atkins' Felf-Raking Reaper,
Mann's Reaper, New Vora liand-i-akinir Keaner. Mann'a
fcelf-haaitjg Reader, and tlie New- Vork flf-ltaking Reaper.
In tbe result of our judgment, the award is given lw Man
ny's, as tlie bent.Cou-b utd Machine.
I. . PUKARD, 1
J. C. 11KKIS.
J. M. KNIGHT, J-Committee.
W. (J. H A KD1 X G, I
V. R. Ra1.S, j
FOR SALE D Y TUB UNDERSIGNED A T
JOILVSOX & HOUSE'S.
Price, Two Horse M chine 15ti.Fonr Horse Machine $160.
11. F. CHEATHAM,
; 'P8 General Agent for the State.
OIIDUU Ol II
Ilcf riffcral ors,
JOHN C. SCIIOOLEY fc CO.,
No. 163 Vine Street,
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE
Semi for printed liillsof Prices.
r. A. I IKTHOLD. a. 0 BeaXOCDV. H. TBSIRoa
BIRTH0LD, BERN0UDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
AFD DK4LIMS IN
Kcpe, Bpggiig, Baton and Flour,
io. 134 .--erond Mr, el, Naliit l.ouis, ITIo.
Conjignirenta of all toohern Produce received
and proT ptly atteudtd to may 10 tnwiWly
r. iikci rv
Produce ;:nd Conuni.ioii Mcrchanls,
AN'D UKAIEtS IS
CORN, WHEAT, BAC0X, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, &C
Ao. 7 Warren Jilot k, Augusta, Ga.
Particular attention given to the sale of all con
flgnmenn. maylg m
A. O. SMITU.
a. I. ciTsait.
oao. J. BtWLABD
smith, tsiniimi: & co.,
PEA LIRA IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESJIC LIQUORSi
aao aosbts roa tub sslb or
vi it ! ma &. ti;.m:sm:i: xoncco.
Ko.'5G4 Kain St, Between Second and Third,
pi:iIas & co.,
General Commission Mrrcliants,
W. M. PKRKINH. s-ptil dtwsw
I'AKVll.ns TAKH ."Vrt l lCi:.
P. WKH.KR. Agent for J. McSIM A Portland,
I' Ky., ia now preared to furnisd i. BamDorough's
lie t imprir. d OKA1N FAN, ck-bra ed for 'ie.litio, y
rii lug all kmJjol lirain a id fceods paieated March iJth.
Moses Hall, Jr., n-ar Boston, Jeff rson enrly, Ky., eer
t Sea i hat he leaned, on oa ol thee fans, a pie of wheat
wtdrh he suipo-d 10 be HM bjihrl; wjien I m a'Uied it,
h fount h: tad burhels of cl an ahtat, and 80 bustiels
or pure smut.
M. t . Hu.tor,. Pjxn-rco nty, Ky., eertifiei tha' he e ein
el, on one of thre Fans, 83 bul.elof wheat 10 te niin
ut'., amt did it .r'
J. u Btar ,of Hiropoonvl'l Ky., certiflrs that Ve, in sev
en and a h4I hour., cleated .'J6 busleh of heat ready for
IhisFm has l.krn seveiity thr flrtt premiums, and
seren .ilcr me lal aarde.
tT" All ord i promptly attended to. Price 1 30. Iw
ery fai varranted.
N ANfFACTCRFR AND DKALI'R IX
HATS, CAFS AM) LAD1LV FIRS,
2So. l'tiblic Siuare,
For Spring, 1S57!
TIJ TEE K08T BtAUTIFDL HEAD 0SJ1XUT
I OR TUZ I1AS05.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
Tiir wiiiti:"i7i :vcn iiatT
T deci.le.'l a beooadog TlLa" lor Uw warsa wea b-
A er. Jul beauutui Uat
to bow rradv Ibr Isdm. if I
t on at
FAANCleK'S J r I
t'llll i: AU I'llAIlL (a.lmerrs
vv of ib rathioaabi htap. A I sal and ooia
fortabl Uat Ibr eproig,
A. J. FB AN CISCO
tiiojii; iiuai rn 1 1. it li;s or
II A 8.
ITT far now reevl ting aad take pl.atar ia rw-
I v eomroeodii.g th.ia lo oar eaVu.r. gui
very bsuuful nw stkss aad eiora, at th Hat
he. 13 S'uMi eare.
IjA.IAnA AjILILIIUH!v II ATI Ibr saea
X avwt bors. iKcki-imi ia b.aa and hrewa eokir. a vary
beaatifui aasorlmcsl at
'llll.lt(l t AV Sl U AMA ti
v ia vaxntj, at th ak.eito tutawr of
I . Ill .
BY THE WATIOXAL LIXE.
Kt porta Furnisked by the Associated Press.
Etaksville, June 10 The steamer Alida, from
.wastiviue, oound op, ran into the Fashion last
night above Smithland Tbe Aliia sunk to ber
cabin floor. The Fashion was bnt slightly u jured.
CiKCinSATi, Jnne 10.
The fugitive slave case is op in the District
Couit. Tbe depositions state that the Marshal's
meu were generally armed, that Churchill's party
were vety violent in their treatment of tbe prison
er, and that the first fire came from the Marshal's
Louisville, June 10. River 6J feet water in
tne vaual. W entacr warm and rainy.
New York, June 10. The steamer Ericsson has
arrived. The Arsgo sails from Southampton to
New York on tbe 27th. Parliament had passed
the 8000 pounds a year annuity to the Princess
Royal. Thoa. G. Baring bus been appointed Lord
Attention has been called to tbe increased im
portation of tlavts iu Cuba.
Tho French bad se'ued the territory of Denkar
Relations between Sardinia and Austria, and Na-
pit sand the Western Powers, were unchtoeed.
The steamer Africa anived out on the 24ih.
Liverpool. Coitou market unsettled; Mow sa!e;
sa.es lor i days 14,000 bales, to speculators 6,000
Breadstuffs Iirokei's circular quotes a contiiera-
ble advance in all quantities. Flour advanced 13 J,
Wheat 3a. Corn advai ced 21. Provisions steady.
London Consols 93Jj93.
It was Slid in London, in reference to the Cuban
Slave trade, that the British force oo that coast was
inadequate. Lord Palratrston said that Clarendon
hd renewed his representations to the Spanh
Government, and that no tffi,ri would be wanting
to it.duce the Government of Madrid to put dowu
tne slave traae.
The East India Company had tiken Dossessinn
of the island of Perrioo, in tbe straits of Babeltnan-
tfel, commanding the entrance to (he Red Sea.
i a Hi?'. ine ratincation ot the Persian treaty
Preparations were making st Portsmouth for the
reception of the Grand Duke ConsUntioe.
Accounts of Path bourse are not encouracine. It
T . . 1 . ... . -
is Him mm ine-uanb: ol f ranee muntaus its stock
of bullion solely by aitificial purchases.
R'chardson, p.-nce & Co., quote corn unchanged.
Micbing quotes canal flour at 31 a 32-; Ohio 83 a
34. Red wheat 8s6d a 8.-9 i; while 9.8dal0. 6d.
LiONPon. bugar declined 6 J to In, dull. Coffee
firm. Tea full ratts. Pig iron 80a81.
1 ittsbcrg, June 10. There has been a sudden
r'se in the Allegheny liver, which has destroyed
coni-iderable pr p?rty, including coal and metal
boats. Lobs estimated at from f40,000 to f50,000.
Concord, N. If., June .10 Asa P. Cate. has
been uominate 1 by the State Democratic Conven
tion lor Governor.
BopTon, June 10. A meeting of merchants was
held here to-day, in reference to discontinuing the
advance oi seamen s wages; tbe question was re
ferred to a comn.utee of ten. Letters were read
Irom the Chambers of Commerce, of New York,
ana Liverpool containing a request for co-opera
Washington, June 10. Utah officers have not
vet been appointed.
Invate advices assure the Administration that
peace in Kansas is not liki.lv to be further disturb
St. Locip, June 11. Major Sedjewick with two
companies, left Leaven worth on the 18th ult. Col.
uuiuuii nnu viik rq:iau-uii, j it on tne zutii. Kear
ney is at rort Lnramie with 3 coirpmiies of infan
try. Bummr goes aginst tbavetmes and other
. Y. J: -ii .. .
iiiumtiH, ue will unite witll Sed7eiek at
Cincinnati, Jnne 11. Gen. Walker and suite
paSHed through here this uorning for Washington.
i iuni. ouiieii. i ne steamer u.mada tine
arrived at Satidv Hook, witb dales from Liverpool
io me w-n. ine ."ortn Mar arrived out on Fii-
.1 II I Li ..
ony. i jiiiii Tft'in nau announced the r j- ciiouof
the Udllas s. Clarendon treaty. He says the new
condition rttv-ived from WasLincton is under cou-
The French Lrglslatur! DsfHed a law eetiblishint?
three lines of ir-im-atlantic steamers. The Bank
ol rmnce bill passed almost unaiiimouHlv.
Advic. s overland fro;u China tv mail had been
received, but wire unimportant.
London. Momy ruaiket unchanced. Consols
Livfrpool. Broker's Circulur Quotes cotton dull
ycoTATio.vs Inferior crad.-s barelv mainUin.
ed. Sites for the week 40.000 hal..
ouu oaief: exporters 6.000. Orleans middling
cf . BtotK cotton in oort 80,000 bales.
liiiuistillk, dune 1 1. uiver o leet water in
the Canal. Weather clear. Thermometer 77.
Atlinta. June9, lr57
.- rnii!nc'uios in i ii nrncie continn s iiirht Th
airs of the week amount to 197."UW lbs., at 13 c.-mn fur
,..A k 1. i j O
iiuu uil lianu, lOO.imf D4.
tiora The mles have been only 645 sacks, at former
iK'uiui.ua none on nana, z.ia
LHHSl ak'S 1 "llll buntK-la. at 11 I.V.. .sirk. lnM.i1l
bvkk on nana, v:,' mi bulrls
Lo o i e 7 m' lbs pounds have been sold at quotations.
cnw & oil Ulillll bDOUt 0,IMHI 11S.
" Hisav-&ales 16 bhlsat from 8i)a35cper gallon. Large
PtrrsBCRO. June 6.
Pto Mrrsi. Th. marVet Is dull, and the onlv rpnnrtrd u
Is a sirall lot of Tenueseee :I1 seven runs. We qunte An-
io. a soi-; cnarcoai cold Wait 8u(itbl n
LorutviLLS, Jnne V.
lso Stouecnal and charcoal we quote at 3 and 4c In
lots to tlie trade,
We quote pig $itQ&32 per ton, ( and 8
Thi Boor ap 5a TaDt, Ac Ths Boston TrattUr of
Friday. 5th In.t , hat the following:
The last month has been the dullest the boot and shoe
traue na experienced f r many years Many causes have
operated to bring thi. about, anions: which mav he noted
the almost entire Cesat on of the t'alifurira trad-, whicu
n. .. i u irr onr-wiirn as mucn lor tne last th ee
months as In ai y ronexponding time for the lat three
yrars. tne poor Coll riions in the W et, which have discoU'
aired tne J bber In the westen cities from givl' g their
uu.lorde s, and last, though not lenst the very high price.
inci aiwars produce sutgntt on In t ade. e beiiin to
see tn? end In ths rapid fall of the raw materia'. (.Hides
worm o.c ier poiind two months s nee cannot i ow be sold
at over no. le leather, wliuo was in gr.at demand at 3J
o.ic, n a arug , to Zoc ) Mknuf.ictureni. finding they
iv receiving or-ier, nave stOied, and ths conse
quence is that in ten week there is an accn i ulation of sole
I atner iu New toik of from noe hundrel to two hundred
tnousanil sides, and the amount is lnc-ealni dallv. Nearly
three hundred thouiiand hides lie in the importers' ware-
k... - i.. - ....... . . ., . r .
"""" ew iwi, no ion, ana eaiem, in accumulation
oi j wo or in i re nion n.
llione who thought hides were g"lng to fifty cents per
pound, and looking arx.ut fi Iiidia-rublr and felt
uns-.nuies.wi kin to .ee that the world still moves on,
an i that su. t will loilow d em inrl Thi. mr.ntK nrvr.
uuu, a- in
.lung, begin to
ng gr. at ind a
tln.e, in houea t
g wds cur ad
tnaie th firs! t
and manufacturers who have Continued
?l gre.t anxie'y m te sles, and re offer
tent, to purchasers lo the way of king
aare thems lee from low in the fall of
te ia rather to hold oil, fir it ia better to
than the second; better lo leueo the pric
t idendon an Inwlrent Mtti. N uiuiiil
than lo take a
twyer wishes fir mjre th n eight months, aa a reneral tMiiir.
as Ik knows he niu-i py heavy IntereM for the extemioa
in so.iie h ipe. 8 me are all i piing to foice sales, roding
thtirsloc .s feav : W bear that one Bnu are preparing
io offer, early in July, tta thousand care, of their own
manuf ,ctu r, and o hrrsar thinking of doing the same in
mallei quantities. Th s Is mu b batter than giving jonbers
t.elve or lif.ee u mon h, or cro s-road cu.toinrr. twenty.
fter all. we do nut think stocks are heav. fjr ihe season.
Neittier will the demand be aa large a a-ual. Ihercgm.f
h;g!i pre over lor the pre ent, and liie trad must adapt
itM-lt to it. with a little I m as possible. Prudmc In u an
ifootu mg. and care in selling, will sKtn b inf thing
irai.h:; but there ii an eait win j now, ana the only way is
to button up cats carefully.
THi: JI.lllKLTS II V Ta.LLUUAPII.
Nkw York, June 10. Cotton market heavy.
Orleans niiauiinjc U; ilofule ujid.liing 13 S-10
iluur firm. Wneat otistled; hollers demand
Iroui S to a ct nta adTance; hi:e Southern 174
i.orn Uu.L l'rovis'.ous steady. ColT-e dull, 11
Sujjar dull, WunOVsJo HJ. frtubta inactive
1 ig iron UU.Slf. lacooquitt Bervis sdvsnced
1 crul per pound. Cows, calves, sheep and lambs
declined, fc-wme buoyant. blocks firm
Cikcisjiati, June 10. Flour declined from 60
to 6J cents. Oats 60. Ky 116. Cora 7566.
WLieky 80. Mesa fork 2.
V r A . ae T .. . Ak S-a t
vvAstAP9 wUtiij iv -uoiion Miri 0-3it
ouviaies; prices oncnangeii; receipts 170 balef.
t'iour ouscuJed. Cora better. Nothing cIm of
Liscisssn, Jens 11. Floor dull, off red st
6 60. V hi.ky 19. Provisions Oothijf doing.
T"l AJ l A T- 1 T A
i 111 1 1112 J3L UliailUIMIII
.. ... . :
S 1 1 LlLdtaj, iiMiaenoM.ra, ae ar rrot4 t uk .
I XI Uc i al U aadrwind, kaviag sad IS Brstmary
' ariaageaueou, aa eare u atrvwea x
I worka, u mam prepared ie take
. LA RO I CUSTIAC
'a th In of bis vocat os, le ail its atos braaeaes.
la tAs depariaaeat ef BJL'bK FaI.m TlUii, tie utcH'br
to prcaned M aaarat with tbe fratt prsaiptB, aU
aMitraci. kutttw large, whtcb may ke tsdrw4, ta a !
ad apua torn wblcb eaaaet aii U givw Mltunna.
H t alM prcparwd U saeeuM ail saaBser af Slfil Af D
Okh A Mt-.K faL fAlN rl."tl, lislAlMNli AMD AlAakLIU,
baviag sa thai SvpartsMBt aer4 tb swrrtomaf Ui mml
f siwtt aad nKrniit aniata.
j Th iMr iMr wew4 ftM)Bl pevtoa Kartig werk la kts
lis M glre bios a fit bosufe na-klog tual Brrdgaets.
. ft. T. ILaMljia,
'Kb. 61 Caisa sttwlveea CWvaaS Baisuaar.
PICK LEO IALfIOI, iaerTasBlVw4 1, si
A EoLLASonsTssTiitosT. Jacob Klnakev, living in tba
Holland sett lenent ol Bkebovran. Wisconsin, says: "After
inffering for some time the ml ery attendiog an utter pros
tration of mind and body, I have been restored, by naing
FKBAVa'f Hullaid Eirrus, to perfect health."
The fact of this remedy being in such high lepate asaonj
tha Hollanders m WUcoosin, Michigan, Mew Tort, in fact
in every Holland settlement In tha United B tales, argues
much in Its favor.
Try it for Chronic or Wervous Debility, or any Kervons,
Rheumatic, or Neoralgio affection.
Hollo at's Puxs. Purge the lystem at this season cf
h. w-. ut, . r. rinaM of this wonderful medicine, u
acts npon the liver and stomach, purifying the blood and
...i.tm itiritinn Rnld at the mauulactoriesj no. ou
Maiden Lane, New York, and No.S44 Btrand, London; and
by all druggists, at 25c, 62Xe, and SI per box.
"Woodland Cream " - Pomade for beautifying ih
Hair highly perfumed, superior to any French article
imported, and for half the price. Tor dressing Ladies Hair
It has no eooal. rivina it a bright glossy appearance. It
oaases Gentlemen's Hair to carl in the most natural man
ner. It removes dandruff, always giving the hair tbe ap-
peabnee of being fresh shampooaed. Price only fifty cents.
Node genuine nnless signed
7TEH3B k CO., Proprietors of the
"Balm of Thousand Flowers
Bold by a'l trngglsta. Nsw Toss.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flax,
Choltra, Dysentery, Griping Pain, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cared in every case lor T5
ctn s, by the use oliuUAJUt a wnULitiA blttur,
hich haa been tested by the best physicians In the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectual
remedy now in a t. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other rptcifio. A human life can be saved
In nine cases out of ten by an investment of 79 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by yon.
For aa a by KEEN AN BAINS and T. WELLS, Drug
gist. aprc oin
Woith of Piece Goods Just received, comprising an ex
tensive stock of Cloths of various colors and ef the finest
texture ; also, Black and Fancy French, English and Amer
ican Cassimeres and Testings in the greatest variety. Ail
adapted to the Spring trade and made up to order In tbe
" H abvbt " Is still at his board.
mil CLIFTON ABBOTT.
Jobs D. James, Pres't.
D. D. Jambs, Cashier.
Deals in sight and time Bills, Gold and Silver and Uneur
rent Bank Notes, makes collections In an parts oi tne coun
try, will give tbe highest market price lor Liaa warrants
and pay interest on deposites. Janio.
Lata Master mechanic of the Kashville and Chat-
I 8 PREPARED to execute all ordiM in his line of bust -
A nesa at the shorten notice and on the moil accommo
dating terms, vis :
STATI0NAEY STEAM ENGINES AND E0ILEES,
From one to one Hundred Hern Powers,
MIX ISO AND HILL MACHINERY,
Of every description.
ALL KINDS OF WATER PIPES AND PTJMP
Car Wheels, Frees, Switches, and all kinds
It A I Mt OA U C A ST 1 N ti , It It 4 SN tc,
Ilorje Powers, Threshing Machines, Forrings of every
BRIDGE AND CAS ECLTS.
The undersigned i-al.- manufactur -r ol and agent for the
sale or Clark's celebrated
WHEAT AMD CORN MILLS,
For particulars, see advertisement below.
Part cu'ar attention paid to the repairs of Locomotives
'i h hiirheet cash rris will be paid frold Bran. Cower
ana taun,s, oa delivery.
1 HUM A3 W KISS r H,
T. K. Stevenson. Pres.ueut N. a 0- and North-western
Ka 1 oads.
II 1. Anderso , S pcrintcdentN. A. 0. R. B
James H. Grant, hes. tn.ineer u
a annerson, " Tenn. a Ala. and Edgeaeld
t K(. Kailroids.
P. II Marbury, Prei't McM. A M. R. R. "
P. H.Coffee, bup't "
A. B. liobei uoo, Esq., Manchester, Tenn.
Celebrated Flouring Mill.
Grinding and Bolting et a single opera. ion. 81 lech
Stone Price 175 ri 1 turn out bo bbls per day. 80 inch
Stone dice 7lil will turn out 40 bbls per day.
i his Mill Is the che ipest, most simple, durable and com
part, requiring I ia tower, I s attention, and makes i
isrger yield and better quality of Flour, than any oiher
In use or for sale, Mills can be Seen running at Kingston,
We also manufacture a very superior Corn and Feed Mill
unon t' esame principle.
If any iran will lurui.h me the power, to tbat I can run a
22 inch p illet f5" times a n-inute, with 8 inch band, 1 will pal
np the iin and run it on days u ne will lurnua me as much
Wheat a I can grind n that time, at si per bushel and
take the Fiuurat IS per bhl.I will nive him the Mill for tbe
ret profl s, .Iter paying for ihe Wheat and all the exotnses
of running, and leave ibe Mill in as good repair as it was
at tne beginning. Address
IH'J?, B JIcFLWEF,
A h ns, Tenn
References as to responsibility: Athens, Chattanooga
and K.5 gslon. June I.-doin.J
GRUNDY COUNTY, TENN.
THIS favorite 8 immer resort, will be opened for the re
ception of visitors on the 1st of June next.
Anew Hotel building and many new Cabins have been
erected, and all will be fui ni.-hrd with entirely new ana ap
propriate rurailurc and arrangements are perfected to
nave the table supplitd with all tbe luxuries and delicacies
of the'easoo Uood Bowline Alleys and a fine Ball Kooui,
supp.ira wun music, are gratuitouaiy eontribaied for lb
health and amusements of guests.
W ines and Liquors, of go d qaali'y, will be ropnlied for
tai'ie and room use, out no saloon will be opened.
tiambling is poMbvcly prohibited and no professional
uamoiir nera apply lor room.
lb rprings are accettioie by Bairroad to McMinn-
ville, theiice by good Coaches 80 mile: and rood Hotel
accominoaationa win De uunj at no in Tunanoma and Mo-
Minnville, for those preferring to retain over at either
place, on their wty. Arraiigemenia ara mad te hve
Hacks, Uuggies and talill Horse fur hire and rood ila-
oncg, proviaeo lor tnose bunging witn tnem ti.eir own
T be road from McMInoville to the base of tbo mountain.
nu ueea pui in uuc uruer, ana in mouuiain road graded
and made of tasv ascent A daily mail will b receivad
from ahvllle dorlcg Ihe visiting seaxin.
i ne entire management or tha business of tbe Hotel wnl
devolve upon Jas. r. Foa for two years past at tbe Cilv
Paicsa. Si per day 110 per week and 185 oar month.
vi.iuirrn annservanta ran p'lo.
fj- lo extra charge lor files or Ifjihts.
JAUJuF. FcPS A CO
Kterheba Springs, May 8. Proprietor.
d tojuly I.
IIEAVEII iA.n SrRI.XGS.
A RK In Hickmto connty, Tennessee, en a beautiful.
Sx. eletrimah creak of par and hsrng -axer, in a densely
shaded grov, where Uk air to cool, pur tnd brseirg.aod
th waters equ-l if not u nor to am iu tb roa h-est,
b ving f : ir tulhur hpui.gj, all differing Bateii.ly; one
Lnabiate and several of uie pnrettand coldt rre-toa
lo tbe world, lakit g all things together It ia considered
by eon peunt Ju ge. to b oa of th very first watering
p ace, in th tUiad Blates. Beavtr D.m if forty miles
tat of Columbia. Neatly ban of the road ia turoDlk.
th balance th best dirt road In Tennessee. From
Wayne.boru' it is only about thirty a lUs eat: and fron
Perryvill about tli .arc di.tane God huotinr and
fl.hiijg ne.r by, and th very best of brandy. Win and
Cigar., kept for table and room eposes; Billiard Tables,
trnne ria alley, ana many amailtr games lor exeroue.
I.eallb and pteasi-re. inta:id and pleaaur seeker ar
particularly aid mpectiully invited ta vuit Una place.
me ar au'noviara u ruti to i.v. a. i. r. brecB, Koai
Hcu.ion. J.mes Kilts, ft vt . lirvwa, and Washiuaioa
Meredith, of a.hv.lie : nearly rvcry Baa, womaa aid
etiild to Columbia aid Maury counti ; Kl Jiav.Jaa. Oiey.B.
r. wa.ker, col. . u. Laobe,aca vuncan . Inerson, of
CI AEG 3 ILL 22
Seven Dollar - - . . Per Week. .
Cm drea under 10 years cU ... iiaif Pm.
tcrv.nu cf all ages .... HalfFiice.
Any cumber ol all kinds cf conveyance raady at all
limes at Co uubia o ! yoa U beater bam. A boat
three h "DOre person. can be coinloi tably acroansedalvd,
so doa't belief wbenyou br tbatw ai full.
We wokld ci3tt emeiiy and rpeeua:iy isvit ear
frlciMis ai d th pubLe te viwtttaaver laaa, aa w araaew
ready to receive u m. KMUI s tu.
L' t-Oer Uk upcrviloa aad control of Mrs. Jab ft. ftillar.
r LA IN A ND DECORA TI Ff,
All the ltet Desistis,
AND MOST FASHIONABLE PATTERNS !
Selected Irom lbs lirest Etm Manuf uetorU
sr-a tlie pnncipal trench bhuT xVyiuh Agencut.
Xl& ECBZOS, IS 10 V PAPZd CI3THs As.
Citmman Taper qf tttry description.
ITT Papr Hangieg doe la the eat aoav.
SJ TcrtbS Caan, lor ail small btlia and cawairy orders.
W. W. t.AS,
V. ti. Iwb t sqaar,
Vas DmtderU tH
a. a. audita.
G00DE & BLACK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
-."mt jak. ma em
MLENNAN COIMTli TEXAS.
wst eiaaoB. a. atioau s. atxoi,jr.
C. 7. PHILLIPS & CD,
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS & CO
St taio.t DXitLi.T,
, Pole Agent tnt
VO Entrance to Piano Boom through C. W. smith's
Prize Medals Awarded
I. OLDM AL ...
1. GOLD VVDAL ...
f. GOLD MEDAL ...
4. GOl.DMKPAL ...
6. GO' D MEDAL ...
5. f-OLDMKDAL ...
T. GOLD MFDAL ..
8. GOLD MEOAL ...
. GOLD MKDAL ...
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association . .
.. 'a sachn-eits Charitable Mechanic Associ -toa ..
,. Maarachusetts Charitable Mechanic Asaoeiation ....
,. Massaehoretts f heritable Mechanic Association ...
,. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Assoc atlon ...
. Massachusetts fhariUble Mechanic Association
.. Massachuietts Chiritable Mechanic Assooiatlon ...
,. Pennsylvania S'ate Agricultoral Society
. A.bany County Fair, New ork
.. Masvarhosetts Charitable MtcSanie Association ..
. American Institute, New Tork
Blaine Charitub'e Mechanic Association .
. Masseho ctta Charitab'e Mechanic Association ...
Masssehusetta Charitable Mechanic Association ...
. M ischn;efs Charitable MechtU'O A wociation .....
10. GOID MEDAL ...
11. GOLD MEDAL ...
1. SILVER MKDAL .
9. MLVKR MtDAL .
5. SILVFR MfcDAL ,
4. KILTER MKDAL .
6. 8! LVK.R MEDAL
. SILVER MKDAL .
7. SIL.TER MEDAL .
8. SILVER MEDAL .
9. SILVER MEDAL .
Franklin Insti; ate.
10. SILVER MEDAL .
11. 8 LVER. MKDAL .
19. SILVER MKDAL .
18. SILVER MEDAL .
14. SO VEct MEDAL .
1 MLVKR MIDAL .
18. SILVER MV DAL .
17. SILVER MEDAL .
1. BRONZE MFDAL
8. BtONZg MFDtL
8. ROZg MEDAL
Massachusetts Ch a' Stable Mechanic Association
Worlo's Fair, London
Massachusetts C'lantsble Meehan c Asociatioa
4. BR0NZ1C MEDAL Massachusetts Charitable
AT THE EIGHTH
MASSACHUSETTS CHAR IT ABLE
lEeportot ttie Judges,
HFNUT K. OLIVER, J. C. D. PARKET, LEVI P. HOMES,
OTTO DRE3KL, GEO. MINOT, WM. KEfcD,
GEO. M. WARREN, Jcnocs.
The followicir instruments were offered for examination, in coin petition for awards :
Forty-eight Piano Fortes, subdivided as follows :
Three Serai ftrsnds,
Two Parlor Grands,
Is the department of Piano Fortes, the eomm'ttee, nnitlnr into one class, as is obviouiv correct, tha Grands. Semi
Grands and farlor Grand, recommend the following awards
Uhickenn a Sons, for their Orands, gemi-Grands, and
a Grid Med ii.
Chickermg k Sons, for thrtwo best fqane Piano Fortes, of Seven Octavo each, the first Silver Medal.
The committee, in coming to a derision upon the merits of the several instruments of which the? have Inst determined
their award, were ol entire unanimity. They did not hesitate
tlie justly celebrated hou'e of the Messrs, Chickermg a
petitors at the present Kxhibition, but were an equally manifest, and greatly advanced improvement over the well
com mended proiluc I n of the uma establishment eff.-red at anterior rxbitions. And the committee not only feel it
to be a pleasure, but an obvious duty, to congratulate the
well sustained its high rrpute. The memory of the good
found r.bha 1 long be cheri hed: and it is a matter of equal
fairly won and wore, has fallen upon shoulders worth' to
The eerui-tjraiid of Chickermg A Sons, and a Parlor-Grand
had the suv.ral varieties of Grands, Semi-Grands, and Parlor
tled, a lushest award, both for it. own In rinsic merit, and
ted into one class, and the award was made accordingly.
mg A.-ons, and made its appearance at the exhibit on cf
Medai; but inasmuch as the laie lamen ted head ol the firm
aw,rd eoa'd not beconflr ; ed consis ent y with the lif J of the Association. It wou d afford th committee great satis
faction could this award be now confirmed.
That the Judzn ent of the committee may be distinctly
stramenw under discus-ioo. Tney pu-the verl varieties
Drat p emiom, lo c.-ver the three var.eties offered by them
Iu the class of Square Piano Fortes, the awa da of the
of Chickering A Sous are at the head.
It is not necessary to discuss the merit of the other
assigned are plactd in theorder of their merit, as adjudged
made are paisea cy as not coming cp to a just standard ol
Twenty-Eighth Annual Fair of
H. A. WOLLENHAUPT, W. H. SAGR, JAMES HARRISON, L. M. GOTT3CHALK, Judges.
Chiciirixq a Sons, Bmton, Maas. For tbe best Grand fiano Fortes, Guu Mxoal.
At Pitttburg, the present sea; on, Mefsrs. Chick erirg t Bona, were AWftrde J the highest premium, a S JTor Midtl
AifO,t the Minuid fctale Fair, the h-ghest preroiora tor Paup Fortes, & Silver Meial. May 2S (o July 1.
ALSOP'S ElST INDIA PALE ALE.
Messrs. Wesscll & Thompson,
TTAVINiS been appointed by Mr. Arthur Kendall, of N.
t. Y.,role agent for Messrs S. A 1 opp A -o.is, ayen', In
tha sale of this cecba ed Enpli h Ale, bee leave to sub olo
testimoniaUfor the informa l n of the putilic, from the h ad
ing Phsicians and Ihi-mtscf th-t d.iy, as to trre mid cl
ad'antnge. and efficient ton'c prope'ties of A lopp's A:e.
it Is particularly recoinmrniled .o invalids and as a general
drink to thoe in health.
From Eiiron liehig.
"Th ip-cimen of yi.ur Pale Ale tent to ire afforded me
another opportunity of conrirmii g its valuable q'-ial ties.
1 am mysell an admirer of this bevessg:, and my oan ex-
peiience enables me to reorarnend it, in accords nee with
the opinion of the n.ost eminent Knglith phyricias. as a
very avreeaMe and et;cl-nt ton e, and a a general bever
age, both for Vie invalid and Uie rvbuat.
'Oieiuen, May 6."
From Profi-MMor Grahnm, F R S , Vnirfrtitu Colleaf,
London; and Prof Jofmann, 'A . FitJi. t oUegeqf
"The iftirg nature of tne chem Cal elimination which
the Bi ers of Mewrs. AI.I.POHP'S maniifac'ure for many
months past have been subjie'edto, f illy eablihs th ?ir
Incontestable inrity. Ihei roce-s ot brew ng Pule A'e ia
one in which nothing but water i n t the best mi-It and hop.,
of the first quality, are used; it i an operation of the
greatest delicacy and care, which wouid be entirely
rained bv any tampering with the materials cmploytd.
From the AnaliVcal Sanitary Commietrioner of the
Luntxt." Jau 15, ls6
"From the pare and whnlerome t ature of the ingredients
employed, the moderate p . portion of ah ohol present, and
tne verr considerable qusntuy of aromat c anocyne titter
derived from hops contained in these Beers, they tend to
preserve the tone and vie'or of tl-e (stomach, and conduct
to the restoration of the health of that organ when in a
state of weakne-s or debility. They res.inhl , indeed,
from their lightness, a Wins or Malt rat' r thn an ordi
nary fermented inf jslcn; and it is Very saimfactary to find
that a btverave of such reneral consumption la entirely
free from every kind of impq-ity."
From Prof. Jfuepratt, FltS.lT. member of the Royal
'I have carefully examined and analysed sampl e
your Alts, aud fiod that the do not contain a pinicle o
anv In uinus sot stance. anl mu family have veeit
your Ait' tor Veart una vitn perfect enname in XArir
puri'y. 1 know lhalpale Ale, when prep.t- ed, as it must
be in yoar Brewery, under scient.ns surveil anci , con ains
a larg quaoti'y of nutritious matter; and tha bop, by it
tonic propertM-s, gives a heal'hv ton. to the stomach.
LOllege of Chemistry, Liverpool, April 20.
From George Budd, M D. Senior Phyeician of King'
"I did not want any testimony to satisfy me of th- per
feet punty of ib Psle Ale manufactured by you. A c o.e
cbserra'ion of its effect upon mxself, and upon many
others to whim I av prescribed it, long ago convinced
me. as much as the nio-t aearchin r chemical ana' v.i. rould
do, fAnf it conLiin nothing more Vuin malt and hope, and
nut u tea jtra rare oererage."
voter etreei. May 1."
From MartKaH Hall, if. D.. r F.S
"My eonddenc in the puritv of y ur Pal A'a remains
anshsken and my opinion of its great talue la a dietetic
and remedial p int of view is entirely confirmed by long
time and experience.
Groevenor-street, A pril 80.
From BanJUld Vieian, F-q Surg-on.
' ALU OP '8 Pale and B tier Ale Is uneofth mat ueeful
ef beetrrayet, poeenng tirt-eedingly vulualile lonie prop.
1 ft in an eiejantAirm Lopulin. or th active princi
ple of tha bop. is a well knows tonic, but it apt lo disa
gree with lb stomach whan given simply; it ia usual, then,
when prescribed, to con bine It with soma rnrrgent; do
bet'ercan be than th xt. active matters of malt: bene.
aa th analysis of your Beer ha proved it to b a fermented
solution of malt and hop' only, w have a moil useful
medicine In a mo t arcen'ab form.
"tVoaroB, Comuall,Jun T."
From Jame Petrie, Jf. D.
'For many yeans I have been in th habit of recommend.
tnr th u cf ALLsOHP'd Bit er Beer as a beversg to
invalli who required a regul.led diet: and I eertalnlr
eould not bav d-n to, un'es from the evidence that h
"Hu - irie-.j irrnirniw'J, ,rn sitae iron me best
and most wholesome ingredient. Where dHnksof a nutri
tive and stomach echaiactcr are indicted. 1 know of none.
as yet, on srAinA frA I mvW so eafely depend Jor doing
oood,aALLSO'PS BUter Beer.
"Licer-ptxtl, May I."
And man olhrs which mav .b lmpected at oar offic.
On d.-aught at
A. JONASil k BRO.'fl,
To be had In hv.d. for Hotels. Restaurants. Ac . and in
cases of 1 and ( dosn pinu from
WaV&st.LL. A THOMPTO,,
aj8J. lm. Confectioners, Nash villa.
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron Wares, Ac.,
Jfo. 10 Broad st., and 94 Sonta Market it,
STOVES TIN WAltE, etc.
TC?T KFCKITtO AND FKJSALF, A LAltGI AND
tS eomplet aasrrtaaeot or (Jookiog and Heating Stove.
of every sue, pr.o and palters, that is brauaht to this
W ar manrf .etorlns th Wrought IroCooklnr Ftovea
ar an !, ranging ia price ira aw to llM, ot th beat
aad heaviest ai at. rial.
11a War wholesale aod retalL
0pper aad sheet Irva Work lur all kln1 of Machinery,
f .ratio tta, 8'ali JDar gngio, Ae , 8il and liistilary
Werk, wad at lb ihortaM solas. Soda Foais mad aud
repaired; rooBag aad rpaatlngdoe with Be.tness.td ai
paick. Ib fact, vijta.n, tnat reqotre Tin, Csper, r
&SU Iron, 1 don by a la th bet manner, aad a che a
a any. ULCT A JuHNoiX,
JCo.1 Broad St. and tent Market rt.,
Jan A ravtH,Taw,
A UETIIILI flllklLJA.V.
Of ko Bear y raa eat, tUseev
fast lad , a cnaia eire for Cos
Brooch tax. Concha, CoKts. aid 0b
rmdy was dirr4 ky him wha
taagbior, tit r rrt an to Am. Ha ajul
Beard bm! af th weadsnfal rrxoratlv and bralin
. . -1 -1 . i t - . . . .
jnwinee wi .r)w.'LVH mim-m trs uie isn ittaia II OB,
aa l the thougftt i ocand to hies that he anight make a
remtdy lor ks ehild. II iad4 bard aad sas ied ta
r.iJng kls wit,. Hfcehiid was sxrtd, aad m now aitvo
aad well. Us b iii a4r.lnlstr4 ta wnedarf .Irosa
dy v thoossuids ef Mffsrwrata all earls ef th world, and
a as Bcr f.i'I la aaakiag th eswpieitry bealth
asd happy, i hag to da as web good a pouibi. Ba
wUI re4 to Seb of batafiUd sVaow be legs as rvqae.1 u
this rertp. witbfwU and xp sen dirrctasns tj Sttakin u
ap, aal re.fa ly ng it. he r. t)air each aopla
to tnctuM hlos an sfctuiue three eot u be rtarne as
PW Oa th rtdMst, and th ramnJrr to t aco.Ud a
we wpw, wMw,wfani. ssaorsM
bX. H Jswri
. 'vw w v V,0"f4,-''"vFUty.w.J.
K. B. Dr. B. Jxai ku i h.r Am ... .. i.
iw lata, as osm aav pretett44 aad advert i. Tha.
sec Ml scat Ira as U hA Ka. IS krui .rai
4ry i.y, as. jsrtry.
SrC-AE T1 bhds fair PHaw, aad Choice new $afu
an bom PBdrd Sugar, la .tor aad tut .; by
Sa , W. K. HOUDttM k CO
SJlOJVtU IALOX iueoiMaB4tjralhv
Wboa SBBds af
i red whll ia h I
f samptkau Astbua.
I rat t.bi iiv. The
I b ssUv etikl. a
Ct SOWS' PIANOS.
TH J subscriber, bavins; been appointed Sole Atent tor the salt of the
above celebrated Instrnmentt (or Nashvil e and Middle Tennessee, baa Ulen
the rooma ever C. W. r mith'a Book store. No. 41 College street, where be mis
now open and for sale, an assortment of the different paturnaof a, X.
and J octaves, some of them beautifully eared in the style el Louis Xt v.
Pnrchasera and tbe eitis?n generally are respectfully Invited to eall and
examine this fine stock of Pianos, which, for beamy oCBnish,! allnewa
sua power ol lone, and elutirity of loach, cannot be surpassed
by any fiaoo, manufactured either in tha Totted Mates or inrope. Avery
Instrument warranted and sold at njannfctorer' price, xddine cost Of
on y. T . . JVI 33 XjXiO i-
Chlckering k Sons, for Nwhville and Middle Teaneasea.
Booksiore, So. 41 CcUege-sk
the Cliickering Piano.
" orceier county Mechanic AssociatK-n
Mss-achosetta Chariuble Mechanle Afsociation
Worcester Coaniy Mechanle Associstion
Worceter County Mechanic Association
0iio State Board of Agriculture
Ohio 8tte Board of Ag'riealturs
, Kentucky Mechanics' Instiia'.e
Massacbaretti Charitable Mechanic Asscciation
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association
Pennsylvania State Agricultoral Society
, II lnois Stale Fair " """""" ,
Mechanic Association l!I..""rj...
Sons' Piano Fortes,
EXHIBITION OF TnE
MECHANIC ASSOCIATION in 1856,
Parlor Grands for most decided and meritorious imnrovements.
for a moment In deciding that the Grand Piaco Fortes from
eons, were not only aUoueth-r manifestly superior to all com
p enent beads of oiislong established house, that they bav so
name, and of the good dee Is, and of the great skill of Its
satisfaction and pri.ie that the g4ro.cn t of praise he has so
receive and able to honor It.
by the rame firm, were superb Instrument'; and this lat
- Grands been kept distinct in class, would have been enti
a a new and meritorious invention. Bat all these were uni
The Parlor-Grand, first e ranateii from the house of Chieker
18 8. aud tbe committee or that year awarded to It a Gold
wa a member of the then Government of 'he rociety , the
understood, tbey now repet their a wards 9 n tbe class of in-
Irto one class, and they award to Chickering a Bona tha
committee were mvla with eqial unanimity. The instrunrents
rqnare Piano Fortes In dtall. Those to which awards have been
by the committee, and thoaa cf which special mention is not
the American Institute, New "
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
I'D E R A- FRIZZELL.
No. 21 Public Square.
ARK In receipt of a fine stock of
lien s Calf Oonjre-s l.,iUTi;
" Oxio dTies;
" Fin Tateut Letther Oongres, Q filers;
' " ' " Oxford Tis;
" ' u and Oalf low-quarter Shoes ;
" Calf Pump Nile toots,
ALSO A good assurt-rent of Boys' and Tooths, of
eviry style aud quality, ail of which are offered low for
cash at No. 21 fuuiicSqnare.
june8. BNTDER A FRIZZELL.
WILL find at PNVDER k FHIZZSLL's a bean'irul as
sortment of Uaitera. Sin. ners. Kid Boola and Bus
kins. Alto, for Mi-ies and L'Ml Iren.a general assortment
of S 11 es, cheap for cash. Ca l at No. SI P.blicSqnaee.
JuncS. SNVDEit FdlZZELL.
VlXli SllMMKU SHOES!
42 COLLL'GE STItEET,
IS NOW RFOKIVNfJ ADDITIONAL 8UPPLIF8 Of
Fine Phoes, Boots, Gaiters, Buskins, and flippers fur
Ladies, Misses, and Children,
' GE.MS' CALF STlTCIIf D BOOTS; OXFORDS , CALF
AM) PATENT LK Ai H KR ; CONORKSi OAITaHs, AND
HNS DKtdSUJtS; alarge assortmeat.
For Boys and Tcothi of every de cription, Oalf, Patent
Leu!ir, Ucat Morocco, and English Lasting Oaitrrs. For
sale very cheap for ca-.h. J0HS KAMAUC,
4 College street.
A large stock of Heavy Work, for men aod women.
Extia Pegged Wors of the best quality. may 0
BOOTS AND SHOES.
(HucceMors to Kobe r Uon A Dashicll J
NO. 1 A COLLKlii: STUEET,
Slt.X OV Till. MX.UO.
The ouljr Cash Store in IVashYille.
XTE are now receiving ojr tf.irlr.g assortmeat of Boots,
V Shoes, Ae., and propone se ling tnm at th lowest
price for CASH. Our stock consists in part of th follow,
Ladies Heeled Last. Gaiters, plain and tipped;
do do side and front Lacs;
do Heeled Kid and Morocco Boole;
do Welt do do;
Misaes Last. Gaiters, all styles;
do Morocco and Kid Pump Boot;
do do Welt do;
Chil Irene' Kid and Morocco Half Tie; I
do do Bootees;
Ladies Kid Boeltsr81ippem;
do Velvet and Lasting Shippers;
do Kid Buskin
Gentlemen's Super Stiuhed Calf Boot;
do do Pomp do;
do Calf Pegged Boots.
Boy's and Youth's Calf and Kip Boots;
Gaot's Cloth Congres Gaiters;
do Last. do;
do Low quartered Pat. Bhoot;
do Calf and Pat. Oxford Ties.
W hav a large assortment of Trunks,' Tail, Carpet
Bags, Hat and Bonnet Boxes, every stylo assail found ia
Also, alar, assortment of Hat for Plantation iw, Soft
Cauimarw UaU, Spring styles. W are de tar ml aed to of
fer Inducement lo Caab purchasers.
maerhxO BKAD83AW A RCTLASD.
TI bav bow a first rat assortment of SHUTS, at
I T vartoas prices, and of latest style. Th finer
grade w warrant lo b wU mad and to fit btur thaa
an v other style.
June 1. J. H. McQILL.
RECEITED thi day a small Invoie of Marsallas Col
ored Shir s, and a choic lot of other patterns.
Juoe t. J. Ii. McQILL.
OF Silk, Ll-le Thread, Gaos Meriao, Ganae Cottno,
Jaconet, Uoen, Tark Jeans, Csvttoa Kelt, and claia
Co tun received and for sal by
Jan 1, J. H. MeGILL.
SILK, List Thread, Memo, and vry variety of Cottea,
received and lor ialo bv
J. H. MoOILL.
LOTH AND TOILET UBtSIIES.
RECEITED per Express soother lavaieoof Hair, Ttoth,
bail aod ClotA ktruabea. Aiaa. every variety of
Tue.tr g aad T-4.l Comb.
f. H. McGILl;
TKUK, VALINES 4c CARPET II ACS.
JUST rsxwivetl asotll lot of beet Sol Leather Traaka
aod Vans, aad sob of cheaper ttylro. ao. aa a,
sortaxat af Carpel a p, tor a) ay '
J. H. Mefl'T r
Laiiea' aad Gntl. men's rargisntag Store,
eomer ol Bqaare aad Cost mtu
THE GREATEST JLES3I3B 10 THE I EX ALE
I IX EVES E50 wy.
0 Bi-pneartoa t tto subr.bstrt, LK. BKfTXirt LET
TkS to Ur. Vaieaiin x(att.tiaa.ag S. SVd.'ord, at
O. H. D'xea, rS.ttv to Lairtaat ewr saasi by Mar
shall's Cwrrae Caiaobcoa, lib rrsasrx msb th saw kw
lira. Cba. Jobnsoa, Jo. H. Wi,ti., U . W.isua, C. .
rarnw.U, S. a. Proae, Jobsj P. Lavbwrt, P. C 4rai,
and snaty otbsr f bjmUBM saf shiiosbo ib all (sscUaoo of
. 1 1 U Coteo4l foe Marsh all, ftTtea Cathofeoa that It
radically ostrea Bteo oa omt af y f Peautlo Cosa
BlatBi, whil tkw (sMBOMa awisrso af saodMsai orae.tco oaly
ailcvules, ka srklMa r asst r sun. Taat Us Sec ksasit
atanly luua boa that U psssreiriy trBagaosj u obwlo
tystsea, aad Uutl it enure'y avtto tn Be of Cauue,
SuvporuH. C-i r Irntaai aad alitae aemau
thai oatrag '"oia (ey. Tbat K U aoqaaca sseOt
esao, swtey beit-g -ry 1st eMM&iue 4ackry.
ta4 It soacpooest pans aav be a sssBautted to saaay
laadiag pt Js aad lo ,r Art CoSevj' aad Mauicot
Iatuusa. Iki any ahysaviM la KaaattU ae -aest,
b aw tba if a epptaa-Wa.
A Otsxsiar 1 tag fsul i,Ji,jo apoa fii lavaJaabio
BtodiMB bb4 tho sMuuoa tb-rtv f too leaJ'og scejsial
tea af Uto L'Bjca.sasy ao bind frtat'exMy f
Josisl MAi.Ha.NA!! k baUAwt? , ba.avi!l.
fMtLUllCU Kit I U I S ja.t re4 a Sa. as.
W sottawatt of iKjnl rhirti, Um4 atrbs), sad at n.
i H MiM.f ' I
aM y LOiu&Ckf A CO,
BQDUOtlT, IlBLEfli & CO.,
AfD 'WHOLESALE DEALEKS IX
.G"- 'TJf Z S
SIGf -V OF
THE BIG 0 PADLOCK
rCTJS EOOSS FK03I TEE QUAES,
AIWILS AND VICES,
BELLOWS, STOCXS, AND DIES;
HA2IMERS, AND HATCHETS,
C.UIPENTERS, BLACKS3IIT11S, AND
MILL, CROSS-CUT & HAND
KNOD-PIaATK : GUA-
SIFTERS, SHOVELS, to SPADES.
A large assortment of Guns. Rifles and Pi.tolst Tabta
and Pocket Kniv.; cisers and Shears; and Fancy Bard
s' os every oescnpttop.
Jun. a-tt BEA0MOST, TAKUEEK A CO.
A WORD TO TUE WISE I
wlh to te
go at one and
get some of
aa. It U th
onlv remedy than will remove all impnritlea from th e
BLOOD. It being a Tonic, It will at the saui Urn Strength
en and Invigorate th system.
Thousands in St. Louis have used it, and th universal
expression is, that it never fail in carina' any complain!
arising frons a disorder d Slate of the Liver, Stomach or
Bowel. A few dose, will cure Diarrhoea or Dvsentery.
Aa a Diuretic, It will care sny disease of th Kidneys,
Uterus, or Bladder; as an Alterative, It will parity ths
blood, and rmov all Yellown, Pimples r Sore from
It Is a sure preventive for Tellow Fever, Chills or Atma
and Pever. and Cholera, There la no mistake about it.
We can refer to hundred of Steamboat Men and others to
prove taS tart.
MoLsas's fTxnoRTnnisa Coari.L does not renlr cer
tificate lo bring it into notice, one dose Is sufficient to
convince thamost skeptical of its wonderful invigorating
effects. Call and irv it. II I very pleasant to take.
Every Country Merchant should tak a supply borne
with him. It is an indispensable remedy for every family.
J. H. McLKAN, Sol Proprietor of this Cordial
" Alo, McLeiin's Valcanio Oil Liniment.
tr Principal Depot, on th corner of Third and Pins
streets, St. Louis, Mo.
tW Price, ft 00 per Bo tile.
tW 1m sale by all the principal Merchants and Drug;
gist in the city and country.
JIcLEAJi'S VOLCANIC OIL LI?IIET
The greatest remedy ever discovered for Man or Beast
Th unparalelled snceem of this Liniment ia a saffieicnt
guarantee for Its astonishini efflcao'. Th Lam ar mad
to walk, th Wounded, kruim-d and Sor ar healed, an d
all who as it rejoice in It healing and invigorating f
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment roe curative pow
er superior to all other external remedies, being so chemi
cally combined as to retain in its combination all ths vir
tue, of its several intredienta as to eoabl it to penetrate
tbe minutest vessels of the body, dissiminatiog Its healing
itfloence, removing the cause of the disea , and imparting
life, health, strength and vivaciiy to the whole system.
W see or hear daily ol persons who wer confirmed
Cripple. Tbeir arms or legs paraihutd or drawn crooked,
their muss-lea being shrivelled and contracted, who oovrs.
Joic Ib their permanent restoration of th es of their
limb by th as of McLean's celebrated Volcanic Oil Lini
ment, "who," then will suffer with local pain or external
disease when a safe and sure remedy is so ea-lly obtained
Keader, are you afflicted with Cancers, Pile, Tumors,
Swelling. Bronchele, Goitre, Paralysis, Chronic or In fl ama
tory Rheumatism, Siiffoes In your Joints, Contracted
Muscles, Neuralgia, VVeaknes of th Joint Mu'Cta or
Ligaments, Ear Ache or Tooth Ache, Braises, Sprains,
Wounds, Plesb Cuts, Ulcers or Pever Sore. Caksul Breast,
Sore Nipt lea, Burns, fcalds, Infiumation or Pains, no mat
ter how severe or how ong the disease hasexisteitf Suffer
no looser, McLean' Volcanic Oil Liniment will cur yoa.
It baa been thoroughly tested in all of th above disease,
and w hav never known it to fail In giving speedy and
Tbat loathaom and distressing disea, th Pile, which
haa heretofore been consider. d icenrah, car. b perma
nently eared by thi wonderful Liniment.
Then trifle do longsr with common liniments and reme
dies eall at one and get a supply of McLean's Volcanla
Oil Liniment, ll ia a safe and certain core, and the only
reliable remedy for the cur of focal pains, sore., swellings,
etc., on man or baast.
J. H. VeLEAN, Sol Proprietor.
10 ' Principal Depot oa th corner of Hoe andlhird
Streets, St. Lost is, Mo.
H- or sale by all lb principal Merchant and Drag.
gist ia th city and eountry. . aprSS
05 THE HAVANA PLAN Of SIS 'IE J.12E2. S.
Anderson & Son, Managers,
(Succoaoors to J. P. Winter, Maaagsr.)
PHIZta PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
CAPITAL P1UZE, SG0.000 ! I
Jasper County Academy Lottery.
BT AUTHORITY OP TBE STATE 01 6I0KSIA
Drawi Jane 12th, 1857.
AT ST. ANDRBwa BALL Savanaah, 6a- andr tho
worn saperinMndeao of W. A. t moos, Esq., and J. U .
If AGNinCENT SCHEME.
1 PHs of
ao 1,000 ar..
B ao btiOaro..
10t do luUar..
Iimi do Mar.
Ti Approximations Pnaa...
1,000 prises af sW ar
, Prises asaoBntlng to tV.ifiSO
Tickets $10 00: Halves 15.00; Quarters 12J0.
fry Bank Notesof sooad Banks taken at par.
Checks oa New Tork remitted for prise.
Addra orders for ticks u or certificates of package of
tickets to ASDl&tOX k POM, Manager,
Mscob a.- Savannah, Ua.
19" Persons holding Prix Ticket of J. f. Winter,
Manasrer, will ead tbeea to oa for par went.
Itf Address a.der for TkkcU to Is. ti. VIXTES, Bos
Ui, MashvilSo, Tsnneas; r to A.NUlkVsy.'v k HOS, Ma
eon, or Mavanaan, Uaorgu.
HAVANA PLA LOTTKRY!
JASPKB COL'STT ACADSSIT LOTTZRY. BT AO'
TOORITY OF TOt ST A TK OF GtOBGIA.
r EMEbSER this LotU'y has only lA.'-OO JsBbrs toss
tliaa any Loi.erv ta ibt w id.
IATUsIUAY IwaLL SJdlwS. to bo drasro fa p-bBe,
al Ma-oa, b. Bivtor th ; sra aui etnisleao of Co 1.
tie. M. Lug aa aal W.C. And muss. !.
Eaorf 8slfar IsJsnr, HAT-lSyOOO
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Cssrtiaeato of Package ' Tea Tickets are sulJ at tba
I b is Ttee -I1
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Id Quart 1Uk'J
Its SU.e ot sou a A sUas taken a' par. Cheeks OB.
Vt9 Ye rsaiiue4 for prs-a. AJtresa fvt.rs far rwtes
or Cl9oas ea of TWas to
A9sP(&'"' A xajsi, kit wafer-, M ",,
-SJ Order to fVXeSs Jlirst b . U. s I N t i .1.
at.a Jt. sVA, Stajavtilo, Tee a., out kv pruop ty itueaa.J
lat. iXHaWHi jj.S.a.iws,
Je s..a. Oa.
EIV SiOUA t'OlMrAl.t.
CUtl MIU.12 baa ja.t pn..l bi sa rb acwSo'!
PwaatawB, at a voir, No. as Cherry street, where rte
raa, at a.1 ttis, tvepply th thirty wuh a ui cuu asri
beai.hs bereritge. Ii tnsit. tit a'.ieauja i ta pua.i -lo
b"B o abUabavOBt, aad ttoaum I ar a Uri atplg
of aA tba rwucstuxg tckaM l lb wsuoa MtLaU.
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