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Holiday Korniuff, June 15, 1857.
Post Office teller i-isi.
K.tlce t. Tr.len AdwertUT..
, this paper, must be paid
All transient J!, they wUl not
for at the time they are handed in- '
be in-exted- Transient Job Work must be paid for o del
Can.pb.lT new Directory, just indued for the
citie. of SaihTille, Memphi', Clarksville, Ktioi
wille, Cha'taiioog, ShlbjTi:ie, McMianville, Mur
feeboro nd other lowne of Tennessee, also of
HutitjfiUe, AU., bu gone off rapidly in the last
two day. It la Mr. Campbell'- best effort end
well deserve a liberal patronage at home and
abroad. To business bouses in the North and
Boutb this work will be of considerable interest.
"Orders for this rol. addressed to John P.
Campbell, or the Patriot office, Nashville, Term.,
will receive prompt attention. Price $2.
The dai'ies of New Yoik, Philadelphia, Boston,
Baltimore, Charleston, S. C, Sivannab, G., Mo
bile, Ala., New Oileans, Memphis, St. Louis,
Louisville, Kyn and Cincinnati, Ohio, copying the
above once in the editorial column and forwarding
to this office will be entitled to a cc py f the above.
fg"The gentleman who took a hat that did not
belong to Lim from the barber shop of lodge k
Walker, on Ceder street, Saturday afternoon,
will oblige the owner by bavins it at the r.TKiOT
cfBce, where he can get his own. .
For the Patriot.
A Mt to' lyrce Spring:.
Mks?rs. Editors : I have been sojourning for
ft few days past at this inviting and beautiful resort
for the "weary and Leavy laden," and have never
een the Fprings in bitter condition, though I bav
been a frequent visitor of this delightful watering
place- The chambers are pleasantly and tastefully
caparisoned, and the parlor aud ball room are nice
ly fitted op; in fact the whole establishment has
been thoroughly rejuvenated, and is conducted iu
Mosuir's well-known style of "modern hotel." As
ft caterer for the public, Mr. Moshcr is well known
to the people of Tennessee as the proprietor of the
Nashville Inn, to the people of Kentucky as the
keeper of the Hotel at the Mammoth Cave, altd pro
prietor of the Exchange and Merchant's Hotel, at
Louisville. His table is spread with all the eub
stantiala and luxuries of the season, and excelled by
t one attended by neat, polite, and ettcutive wait
ers. Ak to the walks and drives, the mineral aud
free 6tone waters, the pure, coll, delightful air, the
exercise and amusements in all their varieties, they
are scarcely to be met with at anyiher watering
place iu the Fouth-wet-t. New bath rooms have
been recenfly erected on the premises, and the pro
prietor bn procured a billiard table for the umuse
ment of those wishing to "drive the ball." As a
remedy for the torture of the "beat and dust tea
ton," now close at hand, I would cordially recom
mend a visit to Tjree, aa I can fully attest to its
healthy visiting. A Visitor,
Copy of a letter received by a " Fasision " In TCashvil'e:
, Tenn, Nov. 9, 1856.
Sir: This is to certefy, that wee, the ciiozens
of , are very ansious to git a good Fa-
sician in our Town, we have only one here, he is
all ways intoi-icattd if jou know of a good wone,
that wishes to Beak a Location, you will coufer a
great favor npon me, by directing him to our Town
immediately. Our Town is improveiug rapedly,
bids fair to be a large Town. I presume you have
bird of my Manage; I have tukin the Soloran obli
gations of Matrimony ; I Maried Miss , on the
Twentieth of September; I tell you she is hansom?;
if she was to pass by you wonce, you would think
that you was find by the Breezes of an Angels
wing. Who raw for Buckhaunon and BreckenrHsel
About eighteen months ago, I dreaded the effe. U
of koownotbingimu when it raised its flight in the
North, it winged its way over these free and repub
lickan States, I thought it would find a losing place
in the Funeral Pyrce, of the Republick, But thank
Cod the Dark Cloud of Anarchy and Disolutlon,
that thiekined around this n.ighty Faberitk of ours,
have dispursed, and the same old Dcmocratick Flag,
that Jackson and Tolk fought under, have wonce
Bore unfurl.-d herself in the breese, and the proud
AttKrrtCiu Eagle sitting Poised upon it. Now w e
can say like the Angel of the Lord, that Kit among
the Myrtle Trees and exihmed that be bad passed
two and fro aud all was pev.
YOUR TRU FRIEND.
Charity compels us to warn rash but enihueiastic
young physicians from seeking the offered situa
ation. It would be dangerous to hrave such ig.
norant darkness as this letter imiicatic Wo
modestly "prescribe" a school teacher, physician
E. T. k Va, Railroad The cars are now run
ning on tbis roail, at the Eahtern end, to the station
this side of the Watauga river, a distance of about
twenty miles from Bristol. On Monday lst fie
cars coutmenceJ running s far aa Bull' (lap, on
this end, a distance of fity-eiht miles above Knox
villo. We learn that the coach accoiumo iation be
tween the two points are now excellent, and trav
elers from th South-west woulJ find this decidedly
the most pleasant aud expeditious route to the
We understand that Mr. A.J. StClair has opened
an excellent eating house at Luli'a Gap. Knoxrille
Register June 11.
Large Impoht. On Monday, 18th tilt., the
Cotton arrivals at Liverpool, many vessels having
been previously detained by unfavorable weather,
reached 88,000 bales, the largest import lor any
C"2F We are graiiGed to learn that Dak C. Trx
Whitt. Esq., of Hamilton, lias been nominate J tiy
the Whins and Ainer'cati fjr the S:ate Smate in
the district composed of the counli. 8 of Rhea,
Bledso, Marion, BraJly, and Hamilton; and that
be accept the nomiua:iou. A then 7W.
A woman in a town in New Hampshire, wa re
cently abued by her husband. That Llil she
quietly sewed him up in the bed i-.bibee, while be
was acleep, aud thed thrashed him withiu au inch
of his life.
Tn Maboks. After many years of strife, there
is at last a pro-ped of a union of the anlagouis'.ic
Masonic bodies iii the State of New Voik. Tha
Grand Lde of Free and acepted Masons, under
the Grand Mastership of Mordecal Myers, comm. n
ced iuuunual aessiou in the city ol New Yoik ou
Tuesday last, an J has continued US aekriona daily.
Among the suhj-cts of inter.-st that have been
discussed and acted upon were the 'artii 1 s of union,'
as reported by the the committee of cwtifiretice.
Alter a full anil free discussion of them, they w re
nnauimous'y acctpted as the bas s ol a settlement
of the unhappy dilUcuhie that bete exialed in the
Masonic fraternity i'-ce 1519. The Grand Lodge,
under the Grand Masteral.ip of John M. L-rwi. jr.,
has also Lad the "articles of union" uuder coumhI
'etation, and they were adopted on Thursday.
Among tho list of the missing aud lost of the p ia-i-ngers
ol the Ill-fated Louisiana, we regret to noilee
the names of L cy Jjnee, E-q.. and ltdy, late of
this Stale. Mr. Jouea was lortuerly a Professor in
Eal Tennessee University, al hIuoxvi;ie.J Am
Ulera & Ilvlitglou'. V.t7 ' Aria.
Tbii establishment, corner of Deaderick t. and
the Square, hs ju-l beo newly C'.te l op iu splen
did rtjla with every concenienoe, and the proprie
tors h"ve spared no eipenae ia ruAinf it ono of
the finest Gall ri. s In the Sout'j western country.
Their aide and skj-lighu are the b -l in tha city,
and the Itt'iet ai'.l fi.iJ a fine Pi .no, aalo, acoiu
modioas dr.ffciu room, fiiud up exc'uaivrly for
them. They pledge themselves that their pictures
hall oot be surpassed by auy artist in t iecity, and
Invite tha public, and the hdies pmic-ularly to Call
and examine their Gallery, Specimen, rcL AU in
want of fine and li(e-Lke auibrot;pes wi t Aud it io
to tbelr advantage to 'T them a call.
' jan' 8-1 m.
SUGAk U aixu fair friaa. aod Cboio aw e-igu
fcu Mts Puwor4 uar. la lr tad lor a) by
acao . W. . uukloli a CO,
STEAKEOAT AND EI7EE NEWS.
The river continued to rise slowly yesterday
with 4 feet large on the sboala.
The arrivals on Saturday last was the Thomat
Scott from Pittsburgh and the Scallov from Cii.
cinnati, the latter bringing a large quantity of
bridge timber for the railroad bridge.
The Blanche Lewi was expected last nigbt and
will leave for Paducah this dsy at 10 o'clock a. m.
shonlj she arrive in time to close ber business
trip by that Lour. She ia in excellent trim for the
low water trad with one of the cleverest men on
the Cumberland on ber deck, Capt. Batemao
flitters himself that be has the best low water in
stitution aflo.it, and for comfort and pleasure not
exc 'lied by any.
Tbe Commerce left ytterday for Carthsrge.
The Swaflou) will leave for Cincinnati to-day at
4 p. m. Capt. Fr-xier, lon ia the trade, ever
prompt and attentive, will be found on the deck,
a-sii'ted in the office by H. Clay Barry, a pleasact
and agreeable gentleman.
The Thomat Scott will leave to-day for Ti'ts-
burgh. She is a pretty boat and is iu charge tf
Capt. Moore. She is destined for tbe smoky city,
and passengers will find themselves in charge cf
clever and accommodating officers.
The onleraipnei. Candidates for Coogre, in tbe Sib
CoDpreasional District, have mutually agreid to apeak at
the foliowiag timet and placet :
Franklin, Monday, June 22
Jiiil boro', Tuesday, 48
ltetheda, Wrdneady, ' St
lagleville, Thorday, " 25
Nulensville, Iriday, 88
I.avsrre, Monday, Jane 59
Jefferson, Tuesday, 0
l.'iard, Wednesday, July 1
Yourie's, Thorsday, 2
M.liou, rriiiay, "
WV&in Cuunty, .
Lebanon, Monday, July 6
l.inncoi, TLurJay, 9
l.aGuardo, Fii!ay, " 10
11 irdv'a fctore. Haiurday M 11
Anhnrn, Wednesday, July 15
Isatson, Thursday, " IS
lira-lyvll'e, Fridiy, 17
eiioit Mjuutain, taiurday, " M
F. K. Zolllcoffer and
Wm. A. Qjar'es, candidate! for
ktbe people at the following times
Chexnet Grove, Davidson co.
Uradley'a f tore, Rrhert-on ro.
Gui'tonVX Koads, MoDt'ry CO.
Port Royal, M
Tnrnersville, Robertson eo.
Cross Mains, "
fjr n,nld, "
Davie'a Mill, Montgomery county
Wood awn, "
Indian Mound, Stewart county.
Iron Mountain Fur ace,
Macedonia Meeting House,4'
Homers' Store, "
Palm yi a, Montgomery county.
lief Row, M
Miller's flore, Dickson county.
Hielton'g titoie, "
TidweU'a Shop, "
Tank, Davidson counts.
Kdn field, (at night), "
toulh NBt.viUe,(atoight), 44
(ioodiotville, . 44
Choot'a, Robertson county.
Congress, will aJdrcsa
and places, to wit:
Monday, Jne 22 at
Tuesday. " 28 "
Wednesday, " 24 "
lturaJay, " SS "
Fridav, " V
Saturday " 2T "
Moudy " 2J "
Wednesday Ju'y 1
hatuiday August 1
Tula-ki, Thursday, June 11
Faycttet'ille, tiatnr.iMy, 44 18
W iiichester, Monday, " 15
Ja-Jer, Wedne.-day, " 17
t liMitiinonga, Thurmlay, 44 IS
Cleveland, Friday, " 19
Athens, aturdily, 44 2it
Madi"OtivilIe, Monday, 44 22
Maryvilie, Tupsday, 44 23
Knoxville, Wedn-day, 44 24
hevirrville, Thurday, 25
I'andridge, Friday, 44 26
Newport. faturday, 44 27
(iieenvlle, Monday, 44 29
J "nt-sboro, Tuesday, 44 80
K'ir.alwtliton, Wediiffday, July 1
Hlountvilie, Thurwlay, 44 8
Kinpspnrt, Friday, 44 8
Ro.-erxville, t-aturdiy, 44 4
Ilean'a station, Monday, 44 6
Taiwell, Tuesday, " 7
Jak-tioro, Thursday, 44 9
linti.n, Friday, 44 10
Kingston, Saturday, 44 11
hpa ta, Monday, 44 13
t ookeville, Tuesday, 44 14
l.ivinnou, Wellleday, 44 15
iiin-lKro, Thitrsdav, 44 16
Ca thae, Saturday, 44 1
Lebanon4 Monday, 44 20
tiallatin, Tue-dav, 44 21
Na-hvil e, Wednesday, 44 2
Murlree-boro, Tliur.-day, 44 23
hh-lbyville, Friday, 44 St
McMinnville, faluida'y, 44 25
Fraiiklm, Monday, 4 27
toluuihia, Tuesday, 44 23
Ppniigfl.dd, Thursday, 44 80
('laiknv.lle, Kaiunlij, August 1
Charlotte, Monday, 14 8
The undersigned, candidates for Governor, hiTe agreed
upon tl e above list of appointments (or the ensuing canvass.
They woo d have been glad to be able to visit ad the Coun
ties, but the shortness of the time rendered it iniissihle. d
l.-HAM (. HAKKld.
fjr We are author'ied to announce Jimm M. Hintos as
a candidate for Hie riff of David.-ou county, at the next
&J We are author ted to announce J on a K. Kpmokdson
a a candidate for t-heiitT of Davidson county, at the next
t"f We are authorixed to announce F.. R. Fiumt aa a'
candidate for Miei iff of Davidson County, at the next March
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
VT the great Indiana Slate Trial of Reapers and Mowers,
June 2t", V7, 2 18'6, at Kiclmon l, under the direc
tion of ihe Mate Coin mi 'tee, the Firit Prennu o of a (.V:o0
Silver Pitcher was aw.rdt d to ihe Maiioy Machine for doing
its work the best, and for being Ihe bsi comldnrd Machine.
In Competitu n at the trial were twrlve o her kinds ol liar
vesting slachinrsi ami ng tl.o e actu illy pot to the test in
tha tieid by the committee, were the Atkins heK-Rak r,
New Yoik fclt-Kker, Maun IW Indiana Self Kaker,
Massscl unetis bell-Kaker, Danflrld's Combined Machiue,
Kind Kaker, New York Hand-Kaker. Del a Duhtm's
llnd-Kaker and the Kentucky Harvester Unmbmed. These
were ad, w. Iii one exception, ( omhined Ma' hines. There
were a.ao several other kinds of Machines on trial again.-t
the Manny Machine. The trial lasted through three cajs,
and the Manny Machiue was ti lumphant In the Oed A
First Premium has alio I ten awarded ihe M.nny Machine
aa a moaer, the Kentucky Harvester eouseuncg.
JJtiion of the Commit it e vjion the trial of Reap
er on J Montr t.
We, the nnderrined, a committee appointed by the Ag
ricultural l.urrao ot leLnesaee to examine and test Mow
log Mschinea a:.d report the result to Ihe bureau at lis
next meeting, in execu ion ol said trout, appointed 1 hurl
day, June Mh, to lent the tie diflirrnt Mowers entered,
via: Manny4 Combined heaper and Mower; Mann's feif
Kkinr Ki aner and Mower cuti bined; Keichum's Mower;
A tains' tnif Uskrg Kia-r and Mower combined, and
lii ita A Luntjam'i avain- fewer Kesper and Mower.
Wednesday, J ne llth, was appoiu ei to lest the Reap
ers ihl weir entered, at follows:
De tt l'utibms Reaper, Atkins' Pelf-Raking Peaper,
Manny's Uraiwr, New-iork llaud-tiakiug Keeper, Mann'a
r-elf-hasirg h.ai er.and ti e New- Voik reif-haking Reaper.
In the irsi'lt ot our ludgo.ent, tbe award l given. Uu Man
Cy'a, as II. c best .Con.b. tied Machine.
1. I. PICK AKD, 1
J. V. H A KKIS. I
J M. KMUHT, V ComtniiUe.
W. tl. II Ah W. G,
F. R. KAIN,
FOR SALE TY THE UNDERSIGNED A T
JOIIASO-V & IIOUMrS.
Price, Twa !!otse Machiue f 1 Sa. Four Horse Machine 1M.
11. F. CUCAT11A3I,
ap'-II General Attest for the Stat.
OH t i it oi it
JOIIX C. SCIIUOLKY & CO.,
Ho. 16S Yi" Street,
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE
hrml for prinfid JUIIsof Pricrt.
r. a. Kaarsiuut. a. c asaaueur. at. vavatrauai
BIRTHOLD, BLRNOUDY & CO.,
Cox&miiiion and Foiwirdisg: Merch-nU,
aa siiuu ia
Hope, BfiEsr, Zatoi ad Hoar,
Jim, 134 airtel, tsalMt l.utt,
fT t'oBsignweoU vf aQ loa.hera Prwdu rWvww
aaa irptiy aiUtHisw ! aaajl trwas l
pjl on9 1IC TO it w
t AK'- PUA 8 f the IsmI saalw
iM rials at4 la at. I vartety.
s ruegbt Irco aod ru-i Mould kuMda;
A. tf. rCINAtt. rrapriMve.
Taoe. Saaar, MaMcev. lufli - fat-wAiaf
BY THE NATIOXilL LI5E.
Report Fumisked by the Associated Press.
Wa8hisgtoh, Judb 12.GeD. Walker received
his frieudi. lie denies that be came to Waibinp.
too to see the President, but atva bis business is
principally ia New York, whither be goes in a daj
Tbe Cabinet are occupied in Utah affaire. Philip
Frank Thomas is daily expected.'
Niw Tokk, Jane 13. The Empire Citj bas ar
rived from Havana, with dates to the 7tb. There
was no epidemic there. Freights unchanged
heavier; on New York, 4 J discount.
Tbe Empire City, brings 180 passengers, and
Bostos, June 13. Tbe announcement that Gen.
Scott will not attend the Bunker 11 ill Celebration,
causes much regret.
Louisville, June 13 River 6, feet water in
tbe canal, stationary. Weather warm. Thermom
TIIK lUAKK.fc.XS IIX TULUURAPH.
St. Louis, June 13. Flour, wheat, oats dull.
Whit wheat l 50il 60; rrd 4565c. Com
mixed 7C73c. ; yellow 7475.-. Oats 68a70c. To
bacco firm at from $7 90 to $17. Hemp 1 22a
Smith's Bitter East India Ale.
JUST received per steamer Uasiicgs, on consignment
b hhds Smith's Bitter Ale.
. bbls . do do do
lOX-bbls do do eo
This Ale is equal to Alsopp'a or any tmported brands.
junsl8. CAttl'tR, McKATr A CO.
infi BBL9 Smith's Etocii Ale.
IKJUaxbWido d do
ilocask: Voungrs Pale Ale, pints.
2 ca.-ks Muier A Son's Pale Ale, pints, (in Jnfrs.)
83 ca-ks Barclay, Perkins Jt Co.'s Brown Stout.
I.Vi cases Champagne Cider.
J melS. CARTER, McK AT AO.
fjii:mi peaches is caiss.
JCST received, per steamer D. A. Given, on consign
ment, 84 dox. Cans Frcah Peaches. War -anted good.
Junel8. Ill CAKTER VcKAY A CO.
LETTEU3 of administration, with the will annexed, hav
ini.' been ftrantel to the undersigned bv the County
Court of David ton, npon the estate o( Joseph Montgomery
Bell, dee'd, of fit. Louis, Mo., all persons havirg claims
against said estate are hereby notified to present them
wuhin the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred,
and all persons being ind bted to said estate are requested
to pay the same without delay. H. M. R. FOOG,
junel8-8u Adm'r with the will annexed.
A KKAT IIlIE!VCi: IN EDGEFIELD
IB now offered fjr sa'e at a bargain. The Lot4
fronts 62 feet on Woodland street and 170 on ;;
Miniclt. The House contains four good rooms, gocdJUii.
cirtern, Ac. Ihe home ia new, buiit of brick and ihe
situation one of the beat in i-dsefield. Will be so d low.
Apply to A. V. 8. UNDcLEY,
jur.el3. f8 ColU-ge street.
Six Minute Freezers.
X7E have on hand a small supply of the famous Patent
V V fill MINLTt FREtZKRS, thxt have given so much
satisfaction in every caie in which they have betn used.
Five Minute Freezers.
17EhaveJust received, direct fro-n New York, a full sup
V ply of various sixes of FIV E MINL'TK FKKKZKrtd,
said to be superior to any thing now before the public. As
we warrant these article: to be as good as represented, our
customers need not hesitate to try them.
Ice Cream Freezers.
WE have the old fachloned Ice Cream Freexer, and make
them of all sixes, at the lowest prices.
May 25. MacKZI8 A WILSON.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FIRS,
No. 23 Public Square,
For Spring, 1857!
'TIS TEE M06T EEAUTIFUL HEAD 0ENAMENT
FOR THE SEASON.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
23 PUBLIC .'QUA RE.
THE WHITE HEAVER HAT!
T8 decidedly a becoming TILE for the warm weaih-
X er. Tins beauti'ul liat
u now readv for inspec
Ht t-'mnnrlu i.
1X7H1 Ti: AMI I'llAltli (riksimercs
It of the Fashionable bhape. A I gut and com
fortable ila. for Spring.
apr4 A. J. FBANCI8CO
TIIONE UEAVTI1I L STILES OF SOFT
II A I S.
WE are now receiving and take pleasure In re
commending them to our customers. Home
very beautiful new styles and new colors, at the Hat
Emporium of A.J. FltANCIi'CO,
anr No. 23 Public Square.
IJA.M A.tl A AM) M GIIOIIN II ATM for men
1 and boys, including tbe b.aca and brown color. A very
besutilul assortment at
ti 1C A ."V D O P E I "V ii DISPLAY
OF FRENCH PATTEJN
IV o. 32 Union Street,
AT THE NEW Y0SX MILLINERY EHP0KI0M.
'IMIK largest as well as the cheapest stock of the above
J. (ion da evei opened in this city. Our many customers
In the city and Uro ighout the btate miy rely on obtain
ing good bargains of
Flats and Hts,
Ilead rrese, tl-bons,and
Trimniirgs. French F.owers,
Mai.lillaa, mnroirt, r;es,
Ladiei Iiress Caps,
Patent Intension fkirt",
1 adies Corsets, every style,
Ani a variety ol other fancy (Joods.
We ae constantly receiving something new every day.
Plain and raucy
II.AlIt IILOM), 1(0.VM:TK AM) HATS,
bleached and shaped the present style oy Uie new Italian
psT" Bonnets or Ilats that have fslled other parties,
warranted to be done 4up Brown,' Si Union street,
Gift Sale of Books at Auction.
OH Hon VOLUMES Standard Works w III be of
U,UIH fered tor sale at Auction this Mfc-lit.
furthmri of Hots will re'eive p eK-uU with their pur
chase, to be distributed as usual.
M. C. ERUCK, Aoctloner,
June 8-tf. Co K-ge Wtret .
A KCTIKI l) IHVKICIA.
Whose sands of life hare near'y run out, dlicov-
er. d while in the Fast Indies, a reruln cure for Con
sumption. Asthma. Brunch tis. Coughs, Colit, and Gene
ral i tbid'.v. The rem'eds was discovered by him when
bis oids child, a daughter, ws given up lo die. iie had
fcesrl much of the wondaiful rstoraiie and healing
quslitles of preparations ma le from the tut India iie tp,
ani tre thought tccurred to him that he might make a
rem-dy lor his child. Ha studied haul and u: ceded in
realisiug his wishei. Hi. child was cured, and is nuw alive
audwelL iie has since administered the wonderful reme
dy to thousands of sufferers in all parts ol tbe world, and
be hss never filled In waking them completely healthy
and happy, Wl hlng to no as much good as possible, he
will s-ud to s u-h of his sffliclrd felloe beings aa requctt It,
this recipe, with full and exp ncil directions I t making It
up, an t succasstu ly os ni it. He rq jirea each atplcaot
to incloae him on"? shl llmg three cmw to be returned as
pneuge on the rtcipe, ai d the remainder to be app.itd to
the uaymentof this adrertiscment. address
DR. H JAME'.
No. It Orand St., Jersey City, N. J.
N. B. Dr. H. James has neuter offlee nor ao t la
New fork, as some have pretended and aivertised. 1 he
iee ptia sent from ao rutcab.it Ao. 19 Orn4 street
Jersey City, ti. Jersey.
JinrlO. may'J.1 dtwSmins.
TLA J X A X D D E C O Ji A Tl V ,
All the IaUteftt DeMpiis,
AND MOST FASHIONABLE PATfERNS!
Selected from the I irrt Kaitem Matiifctorie$,
rd l!ie principal J-Vench and Engl'uk Ayencitt.
FLEE SCBEIXS. WlifiO W PAPER CESTEES, o.
Cotmon Vuj'tr of every Jecrij tion.
TCP Paper Dancing done ta the beet manner.
tyTera Cash, lor all small bilLsaod roun'ry orders.
W. W. FlMN,
No, It, ub le fcjuare.
May J5 1. i.tor ttt4rick ja.
Get the Best.
Cert u. no Amtrstvp-Uie PresaloiB Pie-
1 tr is beyond roespar soo itw fort at la of ukeaesa
jet iuUedueed, and suads without a rival
Time can out change them,
LirfM anoot taJe them,
Iaon past can not mould them,
Ixwt aeser rrack Uens.
tUatrasmet corrode tbcat.
Made aa hreiofc by L AHt O slaS. 40 CoUep (t and
pat ao m Ut-apati al AaMera pnoss.
tVr- Made at 9JttM rjw Us hash die.
w. rai-ura. eiaausu a. aiaua. t. aiaoa.jr.
C. W. PHILLIPS & CO,
WILLI A.MS, rillLLIIS & CO.,
3t i & I ox st!u:i:t,
,141 r M W OR IK A SS.
Tf WILL pay Cash M VkSO WAl&tXTat say eflee
I K . ia Cherry sr-v is w suw.- arpir a. o
J. J. ITaLLuKA.
1iICKLEDALJOS ' rctvs4 at
1 HoLLAiDia's Tktikost. Jacob Rinskes, living in We
Holland settlement of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, aayst 4'After
suffering for some time the mi ery attending an utter pro.
tration of mmd and body, I have been restored, oj nsjos
XacRB-va's HoLLAnn Eittibs, to perfect health."
The fact of this remedy being in inch bigh repute asnong
the Hollanders in Wisconsin. Michigan, New York, In fact
in every Holland settlement In the United Btatas, argues
roach In its favor.
Try it for Chronle or Nervous Debility, or any iver-ons,
Rheumatic, or Neuralgic affection.
noLLOwiVa Puxi.-Purge the system at thif aeason of
the year with a few doses of thia wonderful medicine. It
acts npon the liver and stomach, purifying the blood and
rfi..n nid at the manufactories. No. 80
Maiden Lane, NewTork, and No. S44 Strand, London; and
by all druggists, at 25c, 2tfc, and l per doi.
Woodland Cream Pomade for oeautifying the
ZfaO-bighly perlumed, auperior to any French article
1-wt.d. and forhalf the price. Por dressing Ladies Hair
It has no eoual. viving it a bright glossy appearance. It
oauses Gentlemen's Hair to eurl In the most natural man
ner. It removes dandruff, always giving the hair tne ap-pea-fence
of being fresh sharopooned. Price only fiftycenta.
Nonic genuine unless signed
TETRIDBK CUt rropneioi- oi mo
"Bairn of Thousand Flowers,4
Bold by all Druggists. YoM
maici.7 6 oi
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flu-,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irr egularities
rtt, Rn-.is. It can now be cured in every ease tor 75
cents, by the use of TTJCXXE'S CH0LESA ETEUP,
which has been tested by the best pnysicians in tne oouin
.nd West, and bv them pronounced the most effectual
remedy now in u-e. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific A human lire can oe saveu
la nine cases ont of ten by an investment of 15 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
Forsaeby KERN AN a RAINS and x. wills, vrag.
giSA apr vu
Worth of Piece Goods just received, 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 Testings in the greatest variety. All
adapted to the Spring trade and made up to order in the
44 Haavir " is still at his board.
mU CLIFTON k ABBOTT.
Joh D. Jams, Pres't. D. D. Jmxs, Cashier.
BANK OF COM3IERCti
Deais in sight and time Bills, Gold and Silver and Uncnr
rent Bank Notes, makes collections in all parts of the coun
try, will give the highest market price for Land Warrants
nd pay interest on deposites. j an!5.
Late master mechanic of the Nashville and Chat
18 PREPARED to execute all orders in his line of busi
ness at the shortest notice and on the mot accommo
dating Urms, vis :
STATI0NAEY STEAM ENGINES AND B0ILEES,
From one to one Hundred Hcrsa Powers,
MIXING AND MILL MACHINERY,
Of every description.
ALL KINDS OF WATER PIPES AND PUMP
O 3l S TINO S3 ,
Car Wheels, Frogs, Switches, and all kinds
1EA1I.UOAD CASTI.U, IHIASN, etc.,
Horse Powers, Threshing Machines, Forgings of every
BRIDGE AND CAR BOLTS.
The undersigned U also manufacturer of and agent for the
sale of Clark's celebrated
WHEAT AND CORN MILLS,
For particulars, see advertisement below.
Part cular attention paid to the repairs of Locomotives
1 he h iirhest cash prices will be paid for old Brats, Copper
and Caotinje, on delivery.
V. K. Ptevenson, President N. A C. and North-western
Ra i roads.
H 1. Anderso:?, Su perintendent N. A. 0. R. It
James H. Grant, Kes. tn;;infer 41 44
A Anderson, 44 Tenn. A Ala. and Edgefield
A Kv. Railroads.
P. II. Maruury, Pres't McM. A M. R. R.
P. 11. Coffee, hup't 44 44
A. B. boberuoo, Esq., Manchester, Tenn.
Celebrated Flouring Mill.
Grinding and Bolting t a single operation. 8fi Inch
Stone Price 75 wiU turn out 60 bbls per day. 80 inth
Stone Piice 7C0 will turn out 40 bbls per day.
ihis Mill is the cheapest, most simple, durable and com
pact, requiring leis vower, 1 as attention, and makes
larger yield and better quality of Flour, than any other
In use or fur sale, Milis can be seen running at Kingston,
We also manufacture a very superior Corn and Feed Mill
upon t' esame princi le.
If any rran will furnish me the power, so that I can run a
22 inch pallev S5i times a minute, with 8 inch band, I will put
up tlie Mill and run it 80 day if he will furnish me as much
W heat as I can grind in that time, at tl per bushel and
Uke the Flour at H per bbl.I will iiive him the Mill forthe
net prcfl'a, -Iter paying for tbe Wheat and all the exptnaes
of rui ning, and leave the Mill in as good repair as it was
at the beginning. Address
I II 03. B McFLWEF!,
A h ns, Tenn.
Befernees as to responsibility: Athens, Chattanooga
and Ki .gston. IJuue l.-d.m.
ALSOP'S EAST INDIA PALE ALE.
Messrs. WesseJI & Thompson,
ITAVINrt been appointed by Mr. Arihur Kendall, of N.
1 Y.,sole agent for Messrs. 8. All opp-ons, afen', in
thf sale of this ce'eb' a ed Engli h Ale, bee leave to .ubioin
testimonialsfor theln'orroa l n of the puolic, from he h ad
ing I'hvsicians aid Chenvstsof ih day, as to ihe mid cil
advantages and efficient tonic propeities of A 1'opp's Ale.
It is particularly recommended io invalids and as a general
drink to lhoe in health.
From Baron liehiff.
"The 'peciment of your Pale Ale sent to me afforded tre
annttier opportunity of eonftrmtrg its valuable qualities.
1 am myself an admirer of this beveisge, and my own ex
perience enables me to recommend it, in accordance with
the opinion of the most eminent F.nv'irh physicians, as a
very agreeable ami eff clnt ton e, ami M a ventral leter
ayt, lth fur fn inraiid and the roOimt.
'tieaacn, May t."
Frnm Profeitkor Graham, Fit S '., rnitvnity OJlfff,
London; and Prof llofmann, I'h.I). F.JiJS. LvlUfeof
"The -iirtirg nature of tne chemical examination which
tbe Beers of Messrs. ALIJ'OPH'S manufacture for many
months past have been subjected to, fully elabli-hs their
incontestable rurity. The i rocess of brewing Pale Ale is
one in which nothing but water sn1 the best malt and hops,
of the first quality, are used; it U an operation of Vie
grKttf-t deluiacy and care, which wouid be entirely
rumed by any tampering with the materials employed.
"London, April i6."
From the Analytical FnniUiry Otxnmieeumer t)f the
Lanct,H Hay 15, ls6i.
4,Frora the pore and wholesome ratnreof the Ingredients
employed, the moderate proportion of alcohol present, and
Ihe very considerable quantity of aromatic anodyne Litter
derived from hops contained in these Beers, they 'end to
preserve the tone aod vigor of the rUomaeh, and enoduct
lo the restoration o I the health of that organ when in a
tale of weakness or debility. They rea,mhl-. Indeed,
from their ll.toesa, a M'wa o Mslt ratr.er than an ordi
nary fermented Infusion; aod it ta very saiistactory to una
that a beverage of such general consumption ta entirely
free from every kind of lmpeity.4
From Prrj. Mutpratt, F.R S.K. member cf the Royal
44 1 have carefully esamlntd ana analysed samples e
your Aks. and dad that the do not con'am a panicle o
anv In'tvfcxta auiaunee. an t my fimily J ej
your Alee fur ynirt.iisii snlA prrfuct amtdtnoe in thir
puti'y. I know that pale Ale, then prepafeti, aa it must
be ia your Brewery, under aaeotifte surveil anes , eon ains
a large quanti'y of aulritiooa ma.trr, and the hop, by It
tonic i ropert'rs, gives ahealtbv ttmt lo the stomach.
'CoiUge o CXesxu-'ry, Lterrpuol, April KU."
From George Budd, Jf D. Srnior Phytidan of Xing'
41 1 did not want ary lesilmony U satisfy sne of the per
feet purity of the Psle Ale snoBMiclsirsrf by yon. A cioae
bsrrva'iua of Its cSect upen m)self, and apoa many
others to wh-m 1 have pre-cribed it, tons ao convinced
me, as mix-h as lbs most sare in chemical ana'ysia could
do, thnt it conUime fmihing swore than malt amihtpe, and
hat it uajir rate bereray.-
"Dover etreet. May 1."
from MtrtkaU Ball, it. )- F FS
''My eooAdrnce ia the parnv of your Pale A'e remslna
nshskea and any opinioa of ite grmt eaiu fa a di.teue
and reraeliai p tut of view la euuxely euonriaed by Wng
tim- and rxtreriene.
- Omtenor-etrtH, April SO."
From BanJMJ Virion, F.q, Surgeon.
"ALLJOP t) Pale and bitter Ale Is one tAe sf ufX
tf bererayte, lmt tmng eceaingly 9altuUne Umte prop
lUMtnan eiijanijorm Lopuliae, or the acuve princi
ples of Ik. bop, la a weJ koewa Uhiuj, but Is apt to d a
gre wita the stomach wbeo given simply; it la usual, then,
bea prstmsei, la eoasbtoe it with aoma corr jnt; so
far can be lhaa the extractive Batters of suait; benoa,
as the analysis of your Boer has proved It to be a fermeDied
lutt. of alt and hop4 e v, we have a saol use 111
cdrcme la a se I areep'abw tursa.
tvtxns, t'tx wscuii, Jm I.4
JV0m Jamee PetrU, Jf. D.
For siany year I r been an the t.arit of reeemtaend
Ins lb a o tf ALXXJIT' Hifer Bw aa befersf e U
tBvalias who reqairwd a rejal'trd wiet; aad 1 cvrtamly
eoa4 not have m -me , "ntawa from tha srvs.ooe tkal Ui
liquor wa pe(tst.'y terwtenled. And aaade freak l
and most tk iswoi legr-oteaw. Where drinks of a nitrU
uve aad stemarti e ehaiactcv are Indteate4, 1 knme of ,
at on M..iA "i 1 "W eaMy dry Jur uotng
yo.i,ae A LLii F" SuUr eer.
Aid saany etlars whk'h suy ,U lavpoctesl at war offlve .
neraug-t. jjoSSAfc MO.
T be had In .A. tew Hotels, RaeUuraaia, A, and In
oaase af 1 aa4 e eeaaa piaut
V, ti-ILL A TiiOMPfO,
SESJ SO. Is. Cw-bctosar. SiaabtlKe.
a. (V aooOa.
GOODE & BLACK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
WLraXAn COLST., TLX1S.
Pole Agent for
Zntraqce to Piano Boom through C. W. Smith's
Prize Medals Awarded
. Blassachusetts Charitable Mechan'e Association .
,. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association .
. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ...
. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ..
,. Massachusetta Charitable Mechanic Assce'ation ..
. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association .,
. Massachusetts Ch iritabte Mechanic Association ..
,. Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society
. Albany County Fair. New ork
. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association .,
. American Institute, New York ,
, Maine Charitable Mechanic Association
, Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association . .
. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ...
. M isacbu'etts Charitable Mechanic Association ....
Worcester Coon ty Mechanic Association
. Franklin Institute. Pennsylvania
. Worcester County Mechanic Association
, Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ...
. Worcester County Mechanic Association
, Worcester County Mechanic Association .........
, Ohio State Board of Agriculture
, Ohio State Board of Agriculture.....
. Kentucky Mechanics' Institute
, Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ..
. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ....
, PeonsyWania State Agricultural Society
. Illinois State Fair
Massachusetts Cha'itable Mechanic Association ....
World's Fair, London
Massachusetts Cnaritsble Mechanic Association ....
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ....
9. GO' D
10. GOI D
8. 8II VFR
11. 8 LVER
1. BROSZ-". MFDAL
S. BRONZE MEDAL
8. UtONZK MEDAL
4. BRONZd MEDAL
. Chickering and Sons' Piano Fortes,
AT THE EIGHTH EXHIBITION OF THE
MASSACHUSETTS CHARITABLE 3IECIIANIC ASSOCIATION in 1856,
Keportof Ihe Judges,
HENRY K. OLIVER, J. C. D.
GEO. M. WARREN,
The following Instruments were offered for elimination, in competition for awards :
Forty-eight Piano Fortes, subdivided as follows :
Three Semi Grsnds,
Two Parlor Grands,
In the department of Piano Fortes, the committee, uniting into one class.as Is cbviouily correct, the Grands,8emi
Grands and Parlor Grands, recommend the following awards :
Chickerinr A Sons, for their Urands, Eemi Grands, and Parlor-Grands, for most decided and meritorious improvement!,
a Grid Med-tl. . ,
Chickering A Sons, for the two best f quire Piano Fortes, or Seven Octavo each, the first Silver Medal.
The committee, in coming to a decision npon the merits of the several instruments ol which they have just determined
their award, were ot entire unanimity. They did not hesitate for a moment in deciding that tbe Grand Piano Fortes from
tlie justly celebrated home of the Messrs. Chickering A Sons, were not only altogether manifestly superior to all com
petitors at the present Exhibition, but were an equally manifest, and greatly advanced iroprovessent over the well
commended prodnc i n of the same es ablishment offered at anterior sxbitions. And the committee not only feel It
to bea pleasure, but an obvious duty, to congratulate the p esent heads of this long estaWishel house, that they hav so
well sustained itshigh rtpute. The memory of ths good name, and of the good deals, and of the great skill or IU
found, r, shall long be cheri hed; and it is a matter of equal satisfaction and priue that the garoientof prai-e he has so
fairly won aud wore, has fallen upon shoulders worth to receive and able to honor It. ......
The Semi-Grands ol Chickeriog A Sons, and a Parlor-Urand by tbe same firm, were superb instrument; and this last
had the stvtral varieties of Grands, Semi-Grands, and Parlor-Urands been kept distinct in class, would have beeu enti
tled, a hie hes' award, both for it own in rinsic merit, and as a new aud meritorious invention. But all these were uni
ted into one class, and the award was made accorcingly. The Parlor-Grand, first emanated from the house o! Chlcker
ing k .-ons and made ita appearance at the exhibition of 18"8, and the committee of that year awardet to It a UMd
Medal- but inasmuch as the rate lamen red head ol the firm was a member of the then Government of he tociety . the
award could not beconfir l;ed consia'ent'y with the laws of the Association, It wou.d afford th committee great satis
f.ction could this award be now confirmed.
That the judgment of the committee may be distinctly understood, tbey now repeat their awards o n the class of in
struments under discussion. They pu'. the several varieties ioto one class, and they award to Chickering Sons the
first pi emium, to cover the three var.eties offered by them Gold Msdau.
In the class of Square Piano Kortes, the awa da of the committee were mvle with equal unanimity. The instruments
of t bickering A Sons are at the head.
It is not necessary to discuss the merits of the other Square Piano Fortes in dttatl. Those to which awards nave been
assigned are placrd in theorder of their merit, as adiudjfed by thi committee, and those of which special mention ia not
made are paiaed by as not coming cp to a juat standard of excellence.
Twenty-Eighth Annual Fair of the American Institute, New
H. A. WOLLEMIAUI'T, W. H. SAGE, JAMES HARRISON, L. M. GOTTSCHALK, JroGaS.
Chiciiriso A Sotig, Boston, Mass. for the best Grand Piano- Fortes, Gold Mkdal.
At Pittfburg, the
present searon, Mefsre, Chickering k
is Stale Pair, the h:gheat premium for
Alto, at the Illinois
IIOl K AMD LOT FOIt MALI?.
I HAVE a beautiful House and l ot on Crawford ,,
street, all iu good order, which I am instructed f-rfS
to sell positively. Those in want of a Lome, cheap,
would do well to call on me soon. If not sold witnm a few
days privately.it will be otlereJ at public .-.notion.
E. it. GLAsX.'OCK, Agent,
juDel3. No. 67 Cheiry st.
ITIPKOVED CITY PltOPLlUV FOIt
A VALUABLE House and Lot on Church st .
fronting 81 feet on said street, running back tj;;;j
lSO.ft.orHl feet, and I65deep. with a Ircntof 13 ft : ,,
on Ppruce street. Tnii ia a valuable piece of prop- -aat
erty, and located In the finest neighborhood in the city,
and will be sold on liberal terms. Enquire of
K. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
Jiinel2. io- 67 Cherry st.
IOTS Nos. 61.S2, 99 and 100, In Preston Hay's sddi
A tion to Nashville, fronting $4 le t on Polk street, run
ning back 16J feet. A bargain will be given in these lots,
A TWO STORY BRICK, containing 6 or 7 rooms. The
lot tVontinn 99X feet, and runniuu back 1'7 feet to an
alley. This Is very desirable property, and situated a
short distance Irom the residence of Mr. Biloo. We will
give a bareain in ibis property.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, running back to
Mcl.emore street 150 feet
Allnf tbe above property Is located in thriving portions
of the Oitv, an d persons desirous ol mtkin? purchases at
a bargain," will call on K. K. GLA.iCO' K, Agent,
juneli. f'O. 67. Cherry sf.
T! I WlflTTO ELL MV RESIDFNCE ON THE fm
AvS.MUaKRK'SBOrti)' TUKN PI KK, about lour "" w
jPyifiv-iilesfVo-i .Nashville, near GlenelitT Depot,
a,on the Nashville and hattanooga Rail
road, witti49 acres of Land, half of ahirb is in timber, well
set in Blu- Grata, the balance Is in a hih state of cultiva
tion, wiih about five acres of young orchard. There is on
the premises good never failing spring water, and good
stone spring house. The Building consists of a goor brick
dwelii g, with 8 rooms, and 3 sr rvants rooms, .moke house
and gaod ci-tern,2 ctrrla hou-ea, subles, Ac,, a l new
and iu rood repair. A bargain wiU be given. Apply to
May81-lm. F. O. HURT.
ON Wednesday the fth of July nrxt.a tract containing
nearly 81.10 acrs, In Davidson county, eleven miles
8uth of Nashville, one mile from ihe N. A C. K R,en
Mill Creek, the premises cf B F. Jones, to be sold at auc
tion, une third to be raid the 2:'h December next, one
and two sears time Jn the other payment , all without in
terest. Bond and approved sec inty on Ihe first psjmr-nt.
About one half of the tract Is in cultivation, 'he chief
of which ia Mill ceek bottom, the other ha f is in wood,
and valuable budding limhrf , tear a Steam Saw and Grist
Mill, ) tb fair in provemeut-; a new frame building; out
buildinrs generally good, and garden; lasting Spring water
convenient, and a luxury indeed in Summer; near y every
kind of fruit 'reesand vines, for this climate.
Will sell about 100 acres with ihe improvements, with
the privilege f mbre. The other portion in smaller lots,
as shown on the maps. As to sduatirn, quslity of land,
timber and water, call and see before tbe day of sale.
June 6 -lrct t w. B. P. JONES.
CHOICE LANDS IOU SALE.
UTEare authorised to sell the following lands on liberal
Urms: 60 acres on Brown's Creea, W miles Irom
the corporation of Nashville, adjacent to the lands of West
H. Humphrevs.Gov. A. V. Brown, Georgw Allen and Felix
R. Runs. Ihe late resld'nce cf wrs. Wsiula Rain.. Soil
excellent; 8 or 4 never failing Springs; a good Orchard; two
story Brick Dwelling, with 3 or 4 rooms. nd many out
houses. We will sell the entire tract or divide to suit pur
QQ ACRFS, lying on the east side of the No'ensvilla
OOt Turn ike,'i mi ei out; lies verv well, about 10 acres
timber, balance Corel ; soil of the very beat qua I y; cot
tage building; part of the Ridley Tract; now owned by N.
P Corbitt, aojacenl to Capt. Jo, tier, Wn.Ueit, and
f Q ACRfS on the east aide of the No'ensvillo Turn
ZU pike; S nviesfrom the Coiporat.on. (the tsoodwm, v
M-niiee place,) fronting on both the Noiensville, and Mill
Creek Valley rurn,lsea; n-e very we 1; son gooa. a mi-k-r
of frut trees; good Spring, a large rrau,e Deetlmf
with f or rooms, and all uecewary out-bouse.
I A O ACRES, on both idrs of the Nashville k Chatta
& nw.ga a I road, IS mile, from Na-hville, at the
rt atation west of Laversne. 45 aorta choice tin. ber, T
cleared; l.es leveU good soil; good wator, a good two story
Frame Dwellioe, witn B rooms, suoies, aiicoeo,
boose, and all ttber neeevary cabins.
the dwell ng is sbout J yards fiom tbe d'pot atstlon,
an1 40 yards Noita of the railroad. OceupMd at present
by Mr. Brown.
VP.0CT 850 Acres, on both sides of Bg Harpeth river,
14 aailea.M'aat of Kashv.lle, and I niuos Kaatof K.r g
ston's Spring.; the Nashville and Northwestern Ka lixaJ
eroiwes sear te center of the tract; about 1;0 acres clear
ed; baUcce good timber toil goid;4 or 0 never fai ing
epr ngs; good Orchaid; ueighboihood very rood, ColLae
build og; the lata lesMlcnce of Geo. P. Woodward, dee'd.
trtf ACRM on the Liberty road, one falle ent cf the
X.D i town cf franklin. In Wliliaaoaoa eoanty, H
aast of the Tenn. A Ala. Railroad, Uir acres eiearwd, soil
mostly very fid; 4 or 8 good tpriof.; Dwelling a two
story leg hoa.e, weatK.srbo.srded and Minted, with good
rooKS, kitchen, smoke- bouse, Ae , the late rel-nee cf
Mrs. Walser. All en mo. I aceommodatiar te-ns. Afv'y
to NA.NtK k WOOtWAa.
L050 C&X If ILLS T0K SALE-8XB.E OPfOH-
TUHITT TO IAJTO-ICTIXS.
t offer for sale about lttO aerea of Land, oa Long
Crack, about II Bailee Norl of Nash villa. A larse
pocUia of tbe same la well tiabwrod; a spUodid Saw M ui,
pnrpelled by a aever-raiiiaf streasa ol water; suaiiy eeav.
loot and cotDlortAble laaprovriMta;wboio tract spJr nJ-d-Iv
waieraJ. and eatiablo af BaAmg aa excellent oca-la nc:
there is ta lAe tsiU-yard troia il,t lo J,l'8 wxth of
sawed timber; n or mere waao and teams; stuck hogs.
s.tile, Ae., Ae , wi n every aruaK SNtssar, to carry oa
suck ao .LaOii-haiaaL. Taootorpriniaf susMa ee,Uu
a't grttier offers a most SfreaO-l opprUuuty to ouue A
Taaaa-Thrve equal pavatenU la , 'A and 14 snonths,
tati.taconly secured, pay a ia Han wtla lawrcat, ted a
Ueo rwtaiewt aa usual. V'J 40
Earch2 WASCK WOODWARD.
Alt.nEltS TAKE NOTICE.
P. WELLEX, Af eul tar i. MeXlU k CO fSrtW.
K?.. ta new yrt 1 arJ u Nnuatj J. slaaiorswih'a
la'ct istprvv.d GA!N FAN, eesrbra:ed fur psv.U:., j
efai.ioA att tiudsel t isia aod Hweda patented March Xv4,
Mms Ball, Jr., near Boason, Jeff roa eoasty, Ky rr
t C.-w itat ho teaoad. oa of the e Faaa, a B Iv of It at
wiKh he srfMd 10 kliwbshets; itrt te .ij t.
M faxSM a. aaa U-o cauhala w cl. aa aktat, and su kuaaes
st pure snar.
M. L liitsocSpeBwvrointy.Xy .rertSes tSa' he a
st.oaso.-f these Fans, S biuLe of IhI a w a.ia
tin, and ii:J it sr I
J. A. ar-,af t mrouvi!la. Kyerti8r that , la see-
and a R- WMars, C.vaxad ASi buatota hal ready sr
lUfit BMtaTiea aevettty tarae trU press: esse, and
mv 1 i! xmr snedals awards.
All . pmst j tiy OeJ4 t. Prke LSU. I.
er, taa warraawsA.
iM li sm.
THEoheriber hafint beeo ppointect Bole Aeent for w "
the rooms over C. W. Smith's Bookstore, No, .41 it'" "J
now open and for sate, ao assortment of the .P"7V! JwVS'
and Staves, some of them beautifuU carved .j' ,d'
Purchasers and the e.tiaen. generally are i-spectfully
examine this fine stock cf Pianos, which, for beauty of a'IiS
and power of tone, and dastk-ity of touch, cannot be irpaaea
by any rtanos manufactured either in the United States or Europe. Avery
Instrument warranted and sold at mannfactorer's pnees, Hle cost m
only. . J.VX jui -n-n -
Chlckering k Sons, for Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
Booksvore, No. 41 College-sU
the Chickering Piano.
llll. II m MUfi
Sons, were awardei the highest premium, a Silver Medal,
Piano Fortes, a Silver Medal. May 23 to July
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
5 N YD E R J,-FRI Z ZELL,
No. 21 Public Square.
ARE in receipt of a fine stock of
Gems Gall Congress Gaiters ;
44 44 Ox.'oid Ties ;
44 Fine Patent Leather Congress Gaiters;
44 44 4- 44 Oxford Tit-s;
u w u 44 and Calf low-quarter Shoe ;
44 44 Oalf Pump Sole Boots,
ALSO. A good aasurtirent of Boys and Youths', of
eviry style aud quality, all of which are offered low for
cash at No. 21 Public Square.
juneS. SNYDER FRIZZ ELL.
IHTILL find at SNVDER k FKIZZKLL's a beau' if ul as
VV sortment of Gaiters. Slippers. Kid Boots and Bus
kins. Alro, for Misses and Children, a general assortment
of S ices, cheap for ca?h. Gail at ro. Si f-biic square
. uwrwu VLM''SL-I
l-ixii simMuu. snots
42 COLLEGE STULET,
S NOW RETI VNG ADDITIONAL 8CPPLIFS 01
Fine Shoes, Boots, Gaiters, Buskins, ana cuppers Kr
Ladies, Misses, and Children,
GENTS' CALF STiTrilFD BOO TS ; OXFORDS, CALF
ND PATENT LEArilEU; CONGKLdi UAlTa.hU, AND
rjNsJ DKabS SHOES; a large assortmeiit.
For Boys and Ycuthsof every de-erlption, Oalf, Patent
Leather, Goat Morocco, and English Lasting Gaiters. For
sale very cheap for cih. JOHN'RAMAtiK,
42 College street.
tyy a large stock of Heavy Work, for men aod women.
Extra Pegged Work of the best quality. may3U.
UOOTS AND SHOES.
(Successors to nooerisou uusikij
0. 14 COLLEGE STUEET,
n . . - r. v : 1 1
The ouly Cash Store iu Aashville.
I ITE a're now receiving our Spring asaovtment of Boo'b,
VV Sh.. t.. and nrooose se.lmg ti.em at the loweat
price for CASU. Our stock eonaisu in part of thj.foUow
ing articles:- 4i
Ladies Heeled Last, u alters, piaiu sou
do do side aod front Lace;
do Heeled Kid and Morocco Bootees;
do Welt do do;
Misses' Last. Gaiters, all styles;
do Morocco and Kid Pump Bootees;
do do Welt do;
ChilJrens' Kid and Morocco Half Ties;
do do Bootees;
Ladies Kid Rosette Slipper
da Velvet and Lasting Slippers;
do Kid Buskins.
Gentlemen's Super Itltshed Calf Boots;
do do Pump do;
do Calf Pesged Boots.
Boy's and Tooth's Calf and Kip Boots;
Cent's t'lota Congress Gaiters;
do Last. do;
do Low quartered Pat. Shoos;
do Calf and Pat. Oxford Ties.
We have a large assortment of Trunks, Tatlee, Carpet
Bags, Hat and Bonnet Boxes, every style usually found ia
Also, a large assortment of Hate for Plantation se.Soft
Cassimere Hats, Spring styles. We are determined lo of
fer inducements to Cash purchasers. -DtrrW
BRADSHAW k RUTLAND.
XTX have now alrst rate asaortmenl of SHIRTS, at
ft various prices, and of latest style. Tho Aner
grades wo warrant to be well made and to at better than
anv other atyle.
June i. J- H. McGILL.
RECEITFD Ibis day a small Invoice of Marsalas Col
ored Shirts, and a choice lol of ether patterns.
June 1. McGILL.
OF Silk, Lisle Thread, Gaase Merino, Banae cottna,
Jaeunet, Linen, Tork Jeans Cotton Kelt, and plain
Colli n received and for sale by .. .
June , MoGILU
SILK, Lisle Thread, Kcrtr, aud every variety of Cottosj,
received and lor tale by . .
Ja t. J. H. MoGILL.
CLOTH A1 TOILET UISIII.
RECEIVED per Espresa another levoloe of flair, T.oth,
N'-il an j Ckt- Briuhaa. Also, every vaiicty ol
Tue.irg and T'-liet Combe.
J lines. 4- . sicuiuw
TKl.MiS VALIfsLS eV CAHPET BAGS.
JCST received a small lot of best Mo Laather Trunks
asd Valiaea, and sosso of cheaper Sty Irs. A .so, aa a
aortiucat d Car pot J gs, tor sale by
J. H. McOTLL,
laJiet'and Oeatleraeo's Frisn!ng Stora.
June . eoraer of Square aad College strvet.
THE GSXAIZST BI.irIX3 TO T2 7XiXS
tix iter laowa.
Of avplieatioa W the sulrMiribera, DR. BKIDIfS UT
Tkkt to br. ValcauaeMett,baaf-B( A. sVsUsrst, aad
C. H. Iise, relative la laveruatHrw saasle by Mar
shaU I term. Ca hoiiee, witta rvssarks m-m tso same y
lra. Ctaa. J.-hnsoa, Jas. si. WnliasM. U aV Wikwa. C J.
Fa-awelt, 8. U. Fros ae, Joba F. UkW r. C. Uraavi-So,
aad saaep other physician ei emu4 -tl wta of
It is eoatemdesl fc ManballS riwta Carlos tal ii
radically eareo aino esuas ! of evwty ten U Fsavak U
plalnj, wh.lo ibw ew-wr-. s of f". T
ailrv..--., am -iu.m -r .' Tba iu . ie st a
saerv'J w.i bet that pwweihsi y elreBgUieo Wiw wb!
nssesa aud that " euure y obvulM tbe Met Caasue,
upor-s.Ca: I r mania aad all otivoe aaieattaaa
I hi '' J riaiM aoiteaey. That to b ao oagk lt
ao, s:ecy bsiig aeary ts cooitaie ttmy.
laat its tb&Mnr-t prt havo ba eruti4 to a.aay
kKns P yiKaaw, aad U ever I Ma G-W d MedicaJI
la.u.abuba. I bat aay thsstruaa la JiaahsOla of -bete,
a- ta-w theta p a apptoa'ioa.
A t u a ar l ag fail lusvnsau.a apaa tSis lira4!
a-ii;iM and arte as l-ius of th.tt el tb Ua-hsg 4sa
aiea f U LbMU.aisy be (.bui&.d (ranurmiy
jsas. tC.aXit blc a IT 1. wbvil-
CseJLOllLD till I It r--Jt 4 a ft a. a.
awtaeM of Cowwl abirta, la'.ass st"i, aad at sari
" ""lu- -
1.lMTtDfna At vaa,r4li . sl fvenived
saay lwtttLT V
BllilT, lIlllfR & CO.,
AXD VTIOLESILE DEALERS I!f
RTfitf a-S OF
THE BIG PADLOCK
roTja rooB.s rsoa: ths saTiAss,
ANVILS AND VICES,
BELLOWS, STOCKS, AST) HIES;
RAMMERS, AND HATCHETS,
CARPENTERS, BLACKS3IIT1IS, AND
MILL, CROSS-CUT & HAND
KNOB-PL.ATK ; G U1V-L.OCKS ;
SIFTERS, SHOVELS, & S?ADES.
s .MMhn..t .1 n.1n. viSm . nt TMtiIs? Table
A 'II IB m .u.cu. v u mi. -, . i j-
and Pocket Knives Scissors and Shears; and Fancy Hara-
are or every deecrirt op.
June 8-tf. BEAUMONT, VANLEEB ft CO.
A WORD TO THE WISE t
wish to be
go at once and
get some of
?ts soTBunrsa .
CORDIIL ISO '
c TJfcAP- a a. it is mo
only remedy thaU win remove all Impusrttes frotu tha
VLOVu. It iin ionic, i vuiai ui lew.4
en and Invigorate th. system. - 1
Thousanns in ot. ixuis nave i, . -
:- i. .v.. i. ..... . .t. I. Mirinir anr complain t
cxpresaoa w, a i usrei . - .
arising from a disorder- d 8iate of the Liver, Stomaco, or
Bowel. A few doses wiu euro utarrnosa fi
As a Diuretie, It will cure sey disease of the uney.
i-r. dujj.. ait.-.tive. It will purify the
blood, aod remove aU Yellowness, Pimple or Sore front
I'l a sure preventive for Tellow Fever, Chills or Ague
and Fever, and Cholera. There is no mistake akwut it.
We can refer to hundreds of Steamboat aien sou
prove tat fact,
" ., ry .ni. t. rlnrs not reontreeev
tiflcates to bring it into notice, one do.0 ia euBcieai tJ
. . . . S m i 1 I oa a rstals,t 1 fr SB
CODT1DC tnC DOlt KPptlCtU OI US WOUuenw .aa-
cffcU. C-vU na iry tu ii w Tery Pie-.
. ,.. t take tk. tarinV Dotnfl
with him. 111. an '""VA.? X
J. a. mci.aArs, roie ii
Also, McLean's Valcanie Oil Liniment.
r- Principal Depot, on the corner of Third aod Fine
streets. St. Louis, Mo.
r- price, l tw per uot;ie.
rar- For sale bv all the principal MerchanU and Dra
gists in the city and country.
HIcLEAVS VOICASIC OIL tlXIMEIfT,
The g retet remedy ever discovered for Man or aeas
The unparalelled success of this Liniment ia a sufflcia
guarantee for its astonishing e fhcaov. Th Lam are maa m
to walk, thVt ounded, Bruised and Sore are healed, ana
all who use it rejoice in Ita healing and invigorating of
McLean's Voleanle Oil Liniment poss-sses euratlvoposr
er .uperioi to all other eiternal remedies, being chemi
cally combined as to retain in ita eombinatioa all th vir
tue of iu several Ingredient aa to enable it to peaetrata
the minutest vessels of the body, dissiminating he beaitog
intiuence, removing th eause ol the disease, and Impartiof
hie, health, strength and vivacity to the whole system.
Wo see or hear daily ol person who wer eonflrmea
Cripple. Their arms or legi parallsed or drawn crooked,
their muscles being shrivelled aod contracted, who now re
joice in their permanent restoration of the use el tno'r
limbs by th us of McLean's celebrated Volcanl Oil Lini
ment. 44 W ho," then wlh suffer with local pain orlier,,
diseases when a safe and sure remedy is so ea-iiy obtained r
Reader, ar you afflicted with Caacers, Piles, Tumors
Swellings. Broncheie. Ooltr. Paralysis, Chronic or Innama
torr Hheumatiam, Stiffness In your Joints, Contrast
Muscle., Neuralgia, Weakness of th Joint Mucle or
Ligaments, Ear Ache or Tooth Ache, Bruise, Sprain,
Wounds, Flesh Cuts, Ulcers or Fever Sore. Caked Breasts,
Sore Nipoles, Burns, Scalds, Inflsmatioo or Pains, no maU
ter bow severe or how long the dise.se has eiWtedf Suffer
no longer , McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment will cur yoo,
It bas been thoroughly tested in all of the above disease,
and w hav never known it to fail in giving speedy aod
permanent relief. , .
That loathsome and distressing dis , th Piles, whiea
has heretofore been considered incurable, ear. be perma
nently eared by this wonderful Liniment.
Then trifle no longer with common liniment and rne
diM call at once and gel a supply of McLean's Volcanic
Oil Uniment. It I a sale ana certain cur, - - -
reliable remedy for the euro of focal pain, sores, swellings,
tc- on maa or beast.
J. H. McLEAN, Hole rropnesor.
fW Principal Depot on th corner of Fine aadlhir4
Streets, St. Louia, Mo. .
fW For sale by all the principal Merebanta and Prug
gists in the eity and country. 'fa
05 THZ HAYA5A PLA3t OF SI5GLX HUJL1IS 8.
Anderson & Son, Managers,
(duccessors to 3. t. Winter, Manager.)
tiZZlS FATABLX W1TH0CT DEDCCTI0S.
CAPITALlPKIZi SGO,000 ! ! !
Jasper County Academy Lottery.
BTAUTHOIITT OF THE STAT C OF QI0EQ1A
Draws June 15th, 1857,
AT ST. ANDREWS' HALL Savaoaah, Oa., aadr U
sworn superintendence el W. K. Bymons, Uq, and J. M ,
.... 4.0 e
Tl Arrorozimations Prises.
S.0UO pr sea of 3U are
,Js Frt amounting to HIJJW
TlckeU tlO 00. EaItm f 5 00; Quarter- f 2 JO.
Try Bank Notes of sound Banks Uken al par.
Cheok a New Tork remitted for prise.
Address order lor lacks ta or certificate of package f
Uckttst A.NDlEiN k tuS, Managers,
Macoa or Savaaaah.Ga
Fereon holding Prise Tics.ta d J. f. Wiaiet,
Manasrer, will seed thwrn lo for pay men U
t yiAddra dr tor TlckeU lo (i. U. WITTIK, Bos
Sia, Naabviil. Tenaeaseo; or lo kUDHlAQS k bOS, Ma
con, or eavaoaah, UeorgU.
May il-trwAttul .
SOI T1IEU I.OTTEHV.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY!
jasps cocxrr acadsxt lottest. stac
TBOBirr OF JUS STA TS OT GtOR'HA.
EM EMS EH. this Lottery has only i&H X urn hers Use
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i.i ii.ir mill I'UfUl tba tirmWTS fa lbil.
at Ma-oa, ts-, aort-r th - swora trnUio sf Vsk
6o. 3d. Ugaa aai W.C. Anderson. B-OJ-Enerr
Satlurday I- June, liJT-15,000
CAPITAL PUlat:. 5,000!
r- pr a. payaW wit boat aedueOoa. tl
CI lrw Just4 H4T.
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u SO 44 Oth,
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mir k Note sfaosa "a takea a par. Umcso
Vsra rsa.. 1 1" pr - AAoras 4rfr lauteU
aCsiu-w4 w rv"" to
a9k-o.'i A fX)M, Mtaagers Ma-sa.Ra,
re? PvsSer. for rVk.ts iJwl u ti.lt. vtlMlkZ,
J a .". Sasav-ii. Tena- aUl b sea5ty attaaiA
" thil.wliU 1 ..id . .
!F.V SOU A rotX Til.
CKtS, MIU.C& J wn-l k sw b aowSoda
fvat-.a.M bi ., i Cawrry street, wttarw he .
i, at a u, vr v'f th Mrny ". a o-l ia. aa4 '
k'St SM.eraga. lis luvitaa tha aii0-S af tl pa t
W asiuAstt, ti J r-auM to a StfcMal supply 4
oi i Ue letvsticg tvt :-a of tse te-toa aasU. a