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Tuesday Morning, July 7, 1857.
OfficialJournal for Publishing the
Post Office Letter List.
Sen, Walker Arrived.
Gen. Won. Walker, President of Nicaragua, ar
rived in this city je9ter Jay afternoon. lie was re
ceivnd at the depot of the Nashville and Chattanoo
ga Railroad, an I escorted to the City Hotel. A
large number of our citizens having immediately
collected in front of the Ilotcl, be addresped them
brit-fly, but in au earnest and energetic manner; re
ferring to hU struggles to plant tho etaodard of
freedom in Central America, and the causes which
coined hid temporary defeat. After his speech he
was culled upon by many of hia old friends who re
member him kindly, and hare warmly yrapalhizid
in bis patriotic labors in Nicaragua, lie is looking
in fine health.
The lourlh ef July-
Was rery generally observed in this city. Bu
siuena houttes of every kind were cloeeJ, and labor
suspended. Numbers of parties repaired to the
shades of the country on pic nic excursions the
Siielby Guards went down the river, on a steam
boat, accompanied by a goodly number of their
fiiendf, and, we learn, enjoyed themselves finely.
The Kwitzers formed in procest-ion on the Square,
and with others, proceeded toCockriii'a p ing,
; where the Declaration of Independence wad read
by LI. M. Fooo, E-q , and an Oration was pro
nounced by R.W. McGavock, E?q. Both of these
gentlemen acquitted themselves in a most satisfac
tory manner; the oration of Mr. McG. was an able
and eloquent production, peculiarly appropriate to
the occasion. A eplendid flag was pr sentd by a
young lady, on behalf of herself and other?, to the
Swiss Relief Society. The presentation and reepp
tiou of this beautiful gift was one of the pleasantest
jtad most agreeable incidents of the day. The
festivities were prolonged by a ball, in which all
participated, who felt an inclination to enjoy the
mazy sport. Everything passed off pleasantly,
and all returned to their homes much satisfied with
the manner in which they bad passed the day, and
invoking for our country an indefinite number of
returns of the birth-day of her independence.
For the Daily Patriot.
Messrs. Editors: In looking over your paper
of the 4ih inst., I find that I am rt-quected by some
of my friends to become a candidate fur the office
of Couuty Court Clerk. In answer to which, I
say I am under obligations for a tender of their
support, and am a candidate for that offic.
Very respectfully, TJJ03. D. STOGNER.
July 6, 1857.
Firat Annual Ca libration of tue Edge,
field Suuduy .School.
Last Saturday, the 4th of July, was the occasion
of this celebration. The school has been in ope
ration a little more than a year, and numbers about
one hundred pupils ; those provided with an effi
cient corps of teachers. The whole superintended
nd controlled by our worthy fellow-citizen Dr.
The place selected for the celebration, was one
peculiarly adapted to the purpose. It is situated
n the centre of Blood's Addition to Edgefield, in
the midst of a beautiful grove of trees, and on an
elevated spot. The seats provided for the accom
modation of the visitors were in a cool shade du
ring the whole of the proceedings.
There were present on the occasion, two other
schools besides the Edgefield school: that of llob-
in's Chapel, and that of Andrew Charge; and
besides the members of the schools, there was quite
a large number of persons present as spectators.
Estimating the children and grown persons we think
there were about one thousand persons present.
About half-past 10 o'clock, the exercises of ti e
day commenced by a prayer, suited to the occasion
and the o'jct of the meeting, by Dr. Hamilton, af
ter which devotional exercise followed tho speech
esJKialoguefl, &c , of the little girls and boys. We
O ily regret that all the pupild did not speak loud
enough tobe heard by all present, for we were well
pleased with the pieces we were able to understand.
We cannot just here forbear to notice two striK
ing peculiarities connected with this celebration.
The first was that the oirector of the exercises was
a beautiful little girl, we presume of about eight
sumin rs, the daughter of our friend Mr. II. Teach,
of Edgt-fiel'i. Alice is her name who presided
with a grace and dignity remarkable for one so
young. The second, is the wonderful proficiency
of a little boy lour and a half years old, in geogra
phy and American history. lie is the son of Dr.
At the conclusion of the exercises of the school,
the children were entertained in a very happy and
L-truiiv address by Rev. Dr. A. L. P. Green, af
. , ter which dinner was announced, the sumptuous
' collation served up, and the audience again invi
ted to the stand, when the Declaration of Inde
pendence, prefaced with appropriate introductory
remark , was read in a forcible, clear, earnest, and
impressive manner, by Mr. A. F. Estes, which was
succeeded by pongs from the schools. Thereupon,
Col. W. G. Brien was introduced by Dr. Herman,
and addressed the audience in a speech, which for
elegant e and conciseness of diction, extent and ac
curacy of research, gracefulness aod witchery of
imagery, power and brilliancy of eloquence, was
I pronounced by persons who could not be carried
away by momentary excitement, and whose knowl
! edge and experience rendered them in every de
i gree capable of judging of the merits of an addresc,
to have beeu a master piece of oratory perfectly
magnificent. The BinLK was his appropriate theme
and if it were possible for a living being to do jus
tice to a subject so grand and exalted, Col. Brien
certainly did it. We regret we have not time to
notice it ih externa, for we unhesitatingly declare
that for greatness and versatility of genius, he has
but few, if any equal of his ago, in the State.
This was an appropriate conclusion of the rxer
cises of the day. .
Grand Ball. Through the politeness of some
of the Managers we have been advised of the fact
that a Grand Ball will be given at Kuigslon-priuj.'S
on Friday night next. It has been gotten up un
der the supervision of Messrs. Krchlcr & Jones,
proprietors of the Springy at the solicitation of a
lifunber of gentlemen, some of whom hae kin.lly
consented to act as Managers on the occasion.
From lbs well known reputation of those having
) it in charge we are satisfied it will be "done up"
in apple pie order and be a magnificent affair.
Wdi. Carey Jones, Esq., Col. Benton's son in
law, who recently left Panama in the United Stat a
sloop of-war Decatur, is now known to have been
sent out by the Administration, as a secret ageut
i the Ceutral American States to ascertain the
views of their Government In reference to the di
ll " vision of Nicaragua, and tue opening oi tne -Nica
ragua inleroceanic route.
C. M. Horton ii Co. sold a lot of prime new
wheat yesterday at f 1 25 per bushel. The market
cannot be said to be fairly opened as yet. but we
hear that buyers are offering from f 1 to $1 25 per
bush;l. Jempiis Bulletin.
rjgr- W are authorised to announce Tho. D. 8togkb
i aa a candidate for County Court Clerk at t!k Mil Marih
Uierm A Hy Imrlon'a Gallery of I in Art.
Tbis establishment, corner of Deaderick el. and
the Square, has just been newly fitted up in splen
did ftyl wth eer7 coueenUnce, and the proprie
tors have spared no expense in miking it one of
the ioest Galleries in the South western country.
Their side and bkj -lights are the best in the city,
and the ladies wi'l fiud a fine Tiaoo, ns alao, a com
modious toilet .NKm, fitted up exclusively for
them. They pledge themselves that their pictures
Bhall not be surpassed by auy artist la the city, aud
invite the public, and the ladies particularly to call
,nd examine their Gallery, Specimens, tel. All iu
1 w8rjt of fine life-like ambrotypes will fiud it le
' to their advantage to givs them a call.
STEAMBOAT AND RIVES NEWS.
July 4 City of Cairo, Paducab.
Blanche Lewis, Southland.
July 6 Rock City, Paducab.
July 4 Wm. Dickson, Louisville.
City of Cairo, Paducab.
July 5 Blanche Lewis, do.
July 6 Rock City, do.
There are about 30 inches water on the Shoals,
and the river is falling slowly.
Steamer Fold. A few days eince the Wm.
Campbell, a very popular aDd money-making Mis
souri river packet, was sold to Capt. Dale and
Messrs. Ilord and McCornas, for the sum of $28,
000. CHpt. D. takes command and the two latter
gentlemen officiate as clerk".
For Paddcah. The fine low water packet Cuba,
will leave for the above and all intermediate Dorta
this day at 12 o'clock, conneciin? at Pafi.K'ah with
the Louisville and St. Louis packets. Secure rooms
early, as the will leave promptly at the time adver
tised. Cruoker'w Millinery Efclablisnment.
We doubt whether the fair dames and belles of
Nashville have ever experienced so much difficulty
in the selection of a bonnet, as this season, a' thU
establishment. The cause is not to be found in the
increased fastidiousness or eaptiousness of their
tastes, cor iu the paucity of the stock or inelegance
of the etyk-9. No; we must look for it in some
other quarter. Their fancies, to tell the truth, have
been bewildered by the great variety and beauty of
the assortment to choose from. They experience
such sensations while beholding it, as one feels
in a rich conservatory surrounded by the rarest ex
otics, andlaved in their delicious perfumes. They have
such emotions as led the poet to wish that the
ips of all womankind, especially the beauties, were
condensed into one pretfy pouting pair that he
might, in kissing them, kiss the whole race. Where
there is so muth elegance, so great a variety, a
choice must be difficult. The thing's natural ; and
the dear creatures are not to blame. But not of bon
nets alone does Crooker'a congress consist. Nearly
all descriptions of millinery goods are represented
there from the lightest and most etherial to the
heavier fabrics which art produces to adorn the
oveliest of nature's handiworks. a 15 tf
uteresiing- to f eckaiilcet aud Tlanufac
lurera Tlilrd Annual ft'uir.
The Mechanics and Manufacturers of Tennessee
and ar'joining Stilts, are reminded that the Third
Annual Fair and Exhibition of the Mechanic's Insti
tute of this Slate, will commence in October next
in this city. The annually increasing interest man
ifested iu these exhibition?, and visible advantages
resulting to exhibitors, as well from the dissemina
tion of important information among themselves,
as from the great publicity which they are thus ena
bled to give their businei-s, renders it certain that
the approaching exhibition will eclipse in magnifi
cence and in tercet all its predecessors.
Copies of Circulars, giving full particulars, can be
obtained at the Mechanic's Institute rooms, College"
street, rppowite the Sewouee, or by addressing the
President, Wm. Stockell, or Secretary II. K. Wal-
Juuo 25 otn.
We are authorized to announce James M. Histok as
a candidate for Hieriff of llavici-oa county, at the next
fJO We are authorized to announce Jous K. Kdmomdsom
as a candidate fur fcheriff of bavidscn count, at the next
- rch election.
We are authorized to announce E. D. Biglkt a a
e c didute for Sheriff of LUvidton couuty, at the next March
We are authorized to announce A. Creele, as a
c -i didate for Sheriff of Davidson county, eX the next March
nil'JITY COl llT CLCItK.
iT" We are authorized to announce Capt. Jous S. DiSH
itLL as a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the March
tPtf We are authorized to announce Faux R. Chut .
am, as a candidate for re-electioD to the office of Couuty
Court Clerk. Election In March next.
OW SATURDAY, the 2Mo July next, at 11 o'clock.A. M.,
I w ill h-I1io tl:r IiifrlieM b diier for cash, at the Court
house in Na hville.the following tract, piece or parcel of
land, lo-wni A lot of (i round in Ldgerield, situated on
hpring stieet, and described as follows: beginning at a
stake in the line of Spring street, seventy feet from the
jun thin of Hpriog and lSell streets, running along the line
of Spring street 24 feet to a stake, thence at ruht angles
wi'LBprinn street 800 feet to an alley, thence alo-g laid
alle 2 1 feet to a stake, thence at right angles with said
alley iiOO feet to the beginning. Levied upon as the prop
erty of II. A. Halle, to satisfy an execution in my hands,
agAin.it said Hal ew, in favor of J. O. Congrady. Xhis
property is to be sold for the purpone specified above, by the
consent of It. A. ISallew, who wiU attend bale and mHke
t'"e, 4c. iuly2-td. , K. C. liKAKE.
CRESSON &, CO.'S
MODEL CLOTHING B4ZAAR,
NO. 25 CEDAR ST., NASHVILLE,
MERCHANT TAILORS acd dealer In Ready-made
n ade Clothing and Furnishing Oo 1s, havejuit re
ceived a magnificent assortment of
Vine Iece Uo(us,
Consisting ol French Cloths, Cas'imeres and Vestings of
tvery shade and color, which we will make up to order in
the best manner and at the ihorten t otice Always on
hand a complete assortmt nt of KLaDV-MAUK CLO'IHINU
AMI FURNISHING UOOI.
AU of which we offer toour friends and the public gene
rally, at the LOW til "RICK.-! june".
P. A. I'SKTUOLD.
A. C. BKRNOUDr.
B1RTH0LD, BERN0UDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
AD DKALBH8 1M
Bope, Bagging, Bacon end Flour,
No. 131 P(onil Mrifl, Nuiiit Louis, IHo.
Consignments of all bouihern Produce received
aud proTptly attended to niayle IriwaVYly
a. I. K1MCHLLT.
a. a. bison z
Produce and Commission Merchants.
AND IiEALKil IS
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, &C
No. 7 Warrt'ii HIek, Augusta, (a.
tr 1'articular attention given to the sale of all con.
igninrnis. mayl8 6m
rMIK suhfcribera are prepared to furnish the citizens ol
L N ashville, with Ice, f the brKt quul ty, tt his office on
Cherry stieet, opposite the l'osi ollice. 1 bis Ire w.s put up
on Haradfse Hitl.amt isrqual to any ever brought from the
Lakes. n.avltf H . T. (iAKKMT A CO.
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
VT the gieat iDdiana J'tate Trial of Reapers and Mowers,
June 'Jo, 7, ?-, l.'o, at Kief ni.in.l, under the direc
tion of the Mate tVn.mlttee, the Fi. t Prcirm n of a f3wi0
Silver Pitcher was awarded to the Mnnny Machine for ooitig
its work (he best, and for being the be.-l combined Machine.
In compeiuu n at the trial were twelve o' her kinds oi liar
verting Machines; amnug thoie actually put to the trl In
the field by the committee, were the Atkins !elf-Kskcr,
New Yoik felMUker, Mann A Mon's Indiana elf Haker,
MjMachuti t-clf-kakcr, DnnDeld's Combined Machine,
ttaod-Kaker, N .w York lland-Kaker, Delia luhm'
lland-Uakrr and the Kentucky Harvester Conjoined. These
were all, with one exception, tombioetl MiMrhinrs. There
were also several other kinds of Machines on trial against
the Manny Machine. The trial lasted through three lajs,
and the Manuv Machine was triumphant iu the field A
First Premium has slo been awarded 'he Manny Machine
as a mower, the Kentucky Harvester eouscuUng.
Dttisinn vf tU Ci'mtnitU khh tht trial of llap
tr and JJou-er.
We, tbe undersigned, a eooitxmtee appointed b f the Ag
ricultural bureau ol Tennessee to examine and lest Mow
ing Machines and report the result to the Hureau at IU)
uest rxertiug, in eaecunoo ol said trust, appointed Thurs
day. J one tub, to test Ibe hue dtOtrrnt siowers entered,
via: Manny's Combined heaper and Mower; M sou's Solr
Raking He-.er and Mowor eoaibiced; Keichum's M vcr:
Atkins' frit Kskmg Reaper and Mower com blued, aud
Deita A 1'ui.l.aBi's Ksm l ower kesper and Mower.
Wednesday, June llib, was appwaied to to the Reap
er that were entered, as follows:
De. I A Dunham's ltea(cr. Atkins Helf-Rakiof Reaper,
Manny's Kear, Ncw-Vark Haud-hakuig Heapcr, Mann's
ell-Katitig Keaj.r,aud sne Nw-York PelMiaking Reaper.
In tne result ot our judgment, tbe award Isgivca to stsa
O's, as the best.Coo.ti.ued Machine.
B. PICK ARO, 1
J. C. lianal. i
J M. KSlullT, tCosaaittee.
W. u. UAkDINO, I
t. R. RA1MJ, J
FOR SA LK II Y THE USDER81QXED A T
JOUASO-V & IIOUMrS.
Price, Two Uoise M. thine Four Horse Macblne 1W.
11. l CIIKATHAM,
apeS OecarsJ Agaat for Uk But.
kJlllUT IIOOMH.-w bate now a taper tot ;.
ij Ivumwus or (Liru.saae ol theai Kaadceeaely aabrotdar-
ed. for sale by
l i . . . i . .. .......
J. at. UeolLL.
B THE NATIONAL jLI!VE.
Reports Turnished by the Associated Press.
Ngw York, Jar 6 The eteamer Columbia bas
arrived with Liverpool dates to tbe 24th of Juue.
The Arabia arrived out on Sunday.
The ealeg of Cotton for 3 days 21,000 bales.
Market quiet and firm. Consols for account 93y
The Niagara arrived at Liverpool on the 22nd,
and the shipment of tbe telegraphic cable waa
The proceedings of Parliament are of bnt little
importance. A re-olution concerning getting cot
ton from India was introduced into the House of
Commons, and id now debating.
The French elections passed off quietly in Paris.
Tbe government elected seven of their candidates,
and the opposition the three following candidates:
M. M. Carnot, Goodcheaux and Cavaignac. There
is some doubt, however, about the last named.
The weather has been favorable for crops.
Corn very dull; declined 6d. Provisions dull.
Bacon 63 to 63s 6 i.
LoNPON Maeket. Susar heavy, at a decline of
Id. Coffee bouyatit. Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat tery dull. Beef, Pork aud Bacon are dull.
Tallow has advanced.
Liverpool Market. Western Canal Flour 30s
6J a 32s. Ohio Z2i 6 1 a 33s 6 J. Wheat Had 8a
9d a 9a 3d. While 9i 6d a 10d.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
Nabviixk, July T, IbiT. f
Tobicco Two hogsheads were sold yesterday at (6 7(
Wsuf-ffe cannot make quotations yet, there being no
Flocb Dull at 6 5C!8.J0perbbl. for Tennessee. Prices
are tending downward.
Bacon We hear of no sales. Eides would bring 1313
cts per lb. No demand far other pieces.
Groceries No change. Market inactive.
Acquets., July 4, 1557.
Provisions. Bacon continues very dull, and sales are
made only in small lot for immediate u e. We do not
chance our figures, hams 13. 16c per lb.; clear sides
Grain Corn continues du'l and unchanged. Holders
ask 1 to (1 10, but would sell in large lota for a little le-s
Wheat ia comini; in i-mall lota from the neighborhood, and
prices are tending downward. Our buyers are now paying
1 40 to tl 50 for prime white, and nearly all received is
used by our milla. There has beeu very little received from
the interior yet.
Tlie Tobacco Xrade.
England derives an annual revenue from duties on to
bacco, of 4,500,000, or f22,r00,ODO, and France 92,000,000
francs, or $19,HM),000; total $11,500,000, being more than
half the duties levied by the United States upon the whole
importation from both countries. From recent official
reports to the State Department, we copy the following par
Up to 1S1T purchases of tobacco by France were made
upon the offers of merchants submitted to the Director Gen
eral, and communicated fy hicn to the Council of Adminis
tration. The number of competitors created embarrass
ment, and the present system was, after some years,
adopted, "ibe system is this: Fropos ils are published by
the regie to make ccntracts for the supply of tobacco. Sam
ples of the kinds and qualities are submitted to the inspec
tion of those who desire to contract, and they thereu on
submit their offers to supply at certain prices wi'hin a time
sperilied The samples submitte I to the conti actors are
carefully preserved; and when the cargoes arrive at the
various porn, samples of them are forwarded to Paris and
compared wi h the model samples, and the acceptance or
refusal depends upn this comp . ison.
It requires but little reflection t- perceive that this system
is seriou.ily injurious to our trade. It's a moderate esti
mate to make, to supjxise that, if tobacco were admitted
into France as other pruducts are admitted we should ex
port Un times as much as we do at the present time. The
abolition of the system would, therefore, seem to be an ob-
j ct contantly to be kept in view by our government. It
has stood so many years, f owever, anu uuuer ; many iorms
of government, and is so productive to the revenues, and so
important to the government it-elf, in the number of per
sons thus brought under i s direct influence, that we Cannot
hope to tee it hood materially changed.
Tobacco is only peimittedto be cultivated in six depart
ments as a stap e, und this cultivation is under f e most
rigid tsUrCi'.Uliiuce of the government. In the other de
partnv nts agriculturalibts are allowed to grow four plants
for eacli tenement for medical uses t'n ihe toliaccn dis
posed of by the regie, whether imported or produced, the
profit re .lized amounts to 417 percent The retail dealers
in the artic e, numbering about 8 ,HJ ', are under the con
trol of the regie, inspection, and are allowed a commission
on their sales of from lu to li per ent. There are only
ten inaiiufact'ji ies. Ti.ey are located at Paris, Havre, Lille,
ft: asburg, Morlaix,Tanueins, Lyons, Mareilles,Toulou-e and
B .r Jeaux. Kacb has i's circle of departments tup ly and
is restricted to transactions therein. The munufactureJ
article is deposited in magazines, of which there is o.' 7. In
the departments adjo ning Switzerland, Germany and Bel
gium, the price established is-va tly below that which rules
in the interior. The ol.j-ct of this U to prevent smuggling.
Where frontier facilhies are afforded for illicit import Hons,
the rate is comparatively moderaie. Where i one exist, it
is enormous. Ihu-, at Strasbourg a pound is worth only 15
sous (cents,) while at Oile ns it is worth eight francs (tl.i.6 )
Last yeartls4S) the receipts from the custcmsonly amount
ed to about 14ti,'M.0,tlO francs, t?6,'K)0,"0O "t which were
derived f.om tob..cco, nearly all grown in the United St itcs,
under tt.e workings of ihe regie Were this regie abol
ished, and a moderate import duty substituted, instead of a
market of 10,'Rii' or IS, II hhils ol tubacco per annum,
France would take from us double that quantity immediately
thereafter." , . .
At the oresent time we export about two-nt na ot an tne
tob ceo consumed in Europe. Strict attention to its proper
culture will enable us to furnish a mucn greater proportion.
From lK-7 to lSJitf, cur exports to France, amounted an
nually, on an average, lo 5,727,9 '0 pounds. or many
years we have exKrted from three-fourths to four-fifths of
the tobacco consumed iu rrance. rrum omciai reports oi
the French authorities, we Kather the following statistics of
our exports aud sales to the regie in the years specified :
Years. rounds, leais, i-ounus.
Ia7 10 OJJ.l. 8 1 vi7 lO.ob-JJOt
lHj 11,043,710 14S lx,'4o,3()5
lSo'J M, V.l, 88 1S4U 16,S -J,ia
1b4o 17,!s4 v 13 W) 1 612 7l'S
1-41 1,' 46,K!4 IsM 12,' t8,ll
is4j iy.i4i.o lfs'ia -,i,u.-),z4o
1S41 27,771,783 1845 24,818,8.0
1 4i 2(i,!-ul,0 U ib8 a,741,tiOO
No values are attached to thee quantities, but they may
be estimated by the aid of other data The cost of Ameri
can tubaccos, on delivery at the factories of the regis, all
expensei iucluded, is given by a French legislative report aa
follows, on au average for Be. era! years: Maryland t. bac
cci.S 5 cents per lb ; Virginia, b.'l cents; Kentucky, 7.7 cts;
Missouri, 7.5 cents. The net profits of the regie, which,
after paying all expense of purchase, transportation, man
uficture, aud sale of tobacco, it has paid over to the btate
Treasury, annually fiom ihe 1st of July, lrll, (commence
ment of the monopoly with the regie,) to the 1st of January,
1M, amount to ,b--,ZOI,i:0.
United States Trea-ui v reports give the quantities of to-
b .co , expoi ted ti France for the fiscal yeais ending June.
8', 1854 and 1S.V5, resH-ctively, as follows : l86t, 15,l62,Ki0
lbs;l?5 40,t6,iK)i. lbs., besides 2,U 6 cases aud bi'J bales.
The excess of tne latter year was prouabiy lor me aimy in
the Ciiiuca. The French fiscal year euus with that of the
HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO
EECTIFIEK8, LIQU0E MERCHANTS AND
mi. i i:i cirrwARii:ii's
Flavor Lnga to Produce at a Moment'a Notice every
desired Liquor. '
The undrrpiirued lias Utely n a le great Improvements in
i v. .f l,,i.i ... Th Pin Tnn turn sr. iiuttin in nark.
11 1 1 W I I ' V 1 ji w " ' . ..... - - - I I .
r f. lit Bn.l A-l flstfoiis. and rtauirta but the s,doition
of Pure spirit, either 1st or 4th proof, and Liquors: such as
. . . . ii ii.. i. I
Uognac, eitner ars: or paie, iioimnu aun r ummu um,
maica and St. Croix Ku'ii, Monongahela, Bourbon, Irish and
Scotch Whisky, Apide, Peach, Cherry and Ra-berry
Urndv, Port and Madeii a Wines will be instantly produced.
It requires no sk 11, but an addition of a rood spirit, say 50
gal'ous to earhgallon cf the respective Flavoring.
The best Cognac Oil, green, yellow and white, warranted
genuine, as low as any other Importer chai ges for the re
F. sences of every Ivquor. r xfaci oi cognac, i iu oi
whieb produces zlH) gallons of Cogui:.
Raw Whisky may by ilr.l'.'iwe arid body preparation be
made smooth and with but a ir fl ng expense.
The prices of Flavorings are extremely moderate, and di
rections in full supplied by
UK. lr.V cr.l.i 11 t " .s f r iv.
Chemiiditnd ImjHtrter of lruu, rnniiiil (ilii and Je
Utl, LHiguerrtittyiie und J'luAogttipic tVtcnicui.
TSo. 143 Maldfu Luluo,!ew York
April 21 6iuUwd v.
JUST received a lot of fresh Drumhead and Flat Dutch
Cabbage Seed. Call aud get them.
June.. B. 0. WELLE It.
COO It U'AK TI" I For the balance of the present
year. Apply at tbts office. JuneSO tf.
Splendid Family Carriage.
IITE hve on consignment anew nd splendid Family
V V Carriage, which we will sell low.
NOEL A CO.,
JuneSO. Corner Pprlnit and Colegest.
; ha m pa Kiit and Sweet Crab Cider
F,0 bhls of the tMre in store;
eJL10 b 1 Pescan N it-;
V0 bhls Koft shell Almonds;
lu bbis K.oirlish Walnuts, all fresi;
lObbls Fi berts;
10 bbls C'lt'K Nut;
1 doe New ork Ale Pomps;
111 boxes L-mons;
li0 box. sE l. Cheere , in good order;
10 botes O. It.
Forsalebv 1 O. ROBKRTJON.
July 1, 1851. Broadway.
RFCFlVrD per Pteainer 8. P. Hl ber4:
UcDts Fine Cslf stid Oxford Ties, -titched;
patent Leather Kid Top Outers;
Cloth Top Opera do
FnKliih lasting Plain tial'ere;
Patent Letbcr and Caif French Ties;
- Oxfords, Ac . Ac.
Just npeoed by JOUN RAM t.)F,
june'JT. ri Coll. gr st.
LADIES IXTKA LARGE DRESS TRUNKS.
LA D1LS l.arg. l'ss Trunks;
Oeals' No. 1 tole Lther Trunks;
" Val ccs, Ac. Ac
J at received by JOHN RAVAGE,
jUBx7. 42 Collet.
WHISKY, BRANDY & WiNES.
W have oo hand aad tor ssje a choice assortment
Domestic Liquors, wbkh e efler at taolesala to
Ihe Nashville trade, vis: wvuv
txsj bbls. Mooons-mliel and Eye Whw-ky;
l4W " fmith's Ot Kewerve do
Sisi m beartxm. ex tr Brand,
luo Ottawtia llrandv, h pric;
1.JO " bweel MU Viae
1-0 Muscat Wine, very nice;
150 V eaU fnoclx Pas Braedy;
1 W0 bbis toob e Rectified htr;
U bbls, a to 6 yrr old Copper V bUiy, from l M U
ft'i per stl.
Leukine. JuailS -iS. JSO. B. MclLVAIN A BON.
"Hollow-ay's Ointment girea immediate eae In lumbago,
pain in the back caused y over-straining, Imnammation
or th kidneys, and all external Irritation, wtethervro
duced by disease or resulting from Injury, applied witi a
due degree of friction it soon accorcphsbei a core.
Bold at the manufactory, No. 60, Maiden Lane, New
York, and No. 244, Etrand London ; and bT all drnggista
at 25c., 62c, and SI per pot or box. S3
The only remedy for Consumption which experience baa
proved reliable, BEGEMAN, CLARK CO'S, (late Knsh
ton, Clark A Co.,) PUKE AND GENUINE 00D LTVEK
OIL. It has stood the test of ten yeara with increating
popularity, and proved efficacious where others have failed.
Bee that yon get Hegeman, Clark A Co 'a, fcr since the
death of onr Mr. Kushton, an article called "JZusfJonW
has been introduced, in no way connected with K. C. 1 Co.,
or II. C. A Co.
Sold by EWIN A BEOS., JO. G. BROWN, and Droggiata
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath, and Beautiful
Complexion can be acquired by using the ualm of a
Thousand Flower." What lady or gentleman would re
man under the curses of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm of a TbrbUd Flowxbs," aa a denti
frice, would not only render it aveet, but leave the teeth
white as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breath
ia bad, and the subject is so delicate their friends will never
mention it. Beware of counterfeit. Be sure each bottle ia
signed FETK1DGE A CO.. X. T.
For sale by all Druggists. feb23 6m.
A Ho iXASDia'sTafcTiMOMT. Jacob Rinskes, living In the
Holland settlement of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, says: "After
suffering for some time tbe mi ery attending an utter pros
tration of mind and body, I have been restored, by using
EaiRBAVs'8 Uollskd EiTTBRS, to perfect health."
The feet of this remedy beiDg in such high repute among
the Hollanders in Wisconsin, Blichigan, New York, in fact
in every Holland settlement in the United States, arguei
much in its favor.
Try it for Chronic or Nervous Debility.or any Nervous,
Rheumatic, or Neuralgic affection.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every gammer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularitic 1
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case lor 75
cents, by the use of TUCKER'S CHOLERA STRUP,
which has been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectual
remedy now in ue. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific A human life can be saved
in nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Bay
a bottle and keep it by you.
For sa e by KERNAN a RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug,
gisj. apr24 6m
105 MEDICAL PREPRATI0NS
FOR THE CURE OK
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undertlgned, having been appointed sole Agent for
Nashville, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom
mended in "Dr. Freese's Combined System of Practice, for
Physicians and Families,' would respectfully offer them to
such of our citixens as need a reotorutirc to health.
These preparations are compounded from the recipes of
the most celebrated Physicians and Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure txeiy Invun disease, that ia at
all within the reach of remedies. These Preparations have
been tested for years by Professor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have been found invsriably effectual.
For further particulars, fee Dr. Freese's Combined Sys
tem of Practice, together with Cards, Posters, Ao.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chests, aDd Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at his Drag Flo re, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEECH,
No. 20 Sewanee Building, College St.,
junelC 6m. Nashviile, Tenn.
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 Vestings in the greatest variety. All
adapted to the Spring trade and made up to order in the
" lUavKT " is still at his board.
roll CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
F K A N C I S C O ,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AM) LADIES' FURS,
JVo. 23 Public Square,
N AMIV1LLL, TDNN,
Summer styles and summer weather,
For once have come together.
GFNTLFMFN will please call and examine those beau
tiful styles ot DRESS HATS, just introduced at the
Ilat Emporium of A. J. FRANCISCO,
june30. No. 23 Public Square
SUTE COLflllEni and several New Styles of
the- Fashionable rhape CAtSIMHtK HAT for the hot
weather. Just received at A.J. FRANCISCO'S,
i unt'30. No. 23 Public Square.
!VEW AM Hi: A (TIF CI.. STYLES.
"MEW and beautiful colors of the Soft Hat, appropriate
i. v for tbe extreme hot weather, just opened at
TIIOSt: FINK FitENCII VELVET
II A 'I'S, 8o much sought after, no Imitation, bat
a genuine article, just received at
ji unettO. F R A NCI SCO'S.
PANAMA ANU L.I UHOKN HATS,
i ATE have just opened a fresh supply of STRAW GOODS
v V for the 8uminer, consisting of Leghorn, Panama,
Canton, British, and Leghorn of every description for men
bovs end children t FRANCISCO'S
CIIILDUEK'S FANCY STUAWS, in end
J less variety, at the Fashionable Hat Store of
juneW. No. 28 Public Square.
CUE A TIIA MCO UNTY, TENNESSEE.
rPHIJ popular and favorite resort is now open for the
X reception oi visitors. We have the services of the bent
servants and tboe ho have had much experience in their
several duties. The pleasure-seeker and the invalid each
shall have every attention they may require; suffice, much
care will be takrn to render this season the paragon. The
superior medical properties which mark the White, Black,
and Urey Sulphur Spring', and Sulphur aod Chalybeate
Springs are recognised by thote who hsve felt their bene
ficial influence. We have engaged the celebrated Cotillon
V ia yer, Jordan, and his Band, from Nashville. (nr ro
nibus will leave the Sewanee House Tuesday, Thursdays,
and Saturdays lor the Springs.
junelS m. KRKIDER k JONES.
Nashiille to Beaver Dam Springs.
riHE undersigned are now runninr a ev&
X regular line of FoUR HOR;K t-OST
COACH&H, IU BKAVpK DAM fcPRINGS, connecting on
Sunday, Wednecdsy and Fridsy.with the Morninf; Train
of Cars of the Teni etsre A Alabama Railroad, at Thomp.
n's depot. Fare from Nashville to Beaver Dam Springs
june23-2m. CARTER. TH0MA3 H0CGH.
A HE'I 1III.O I'lIVSICIAN.
Whose sands of life have nearly ran out, discov
ered while in the East Indies, a certain cure for Con
sumption. Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, CohU, and Gene
ral 1ebilitv. The remedy waa discovered by him when
his only child, a daOKhter. was ariven up to die. Ue had
tieard much of the wonderful restorative and healing
qualities ef preparations ma le from the ttrt India Hemp,
sa l tbe thought occurred to him that he might snake a
remedy tor hw child. He studird hard and succeeded in
realising his wishes. His child waa cured, and is now alive
and well. He haa since administered the wonderfjl reme
dy to thousands of sufferers in all part of the world, and
he bas never foiled in making them completely healthy
and hnppy. Wishing to do as much good as possible, he
will send to such of hia afl!ictd fellow- brings aa request it,
this recipe, with full and explicit directions f-.ir nuking It
up, and suocessfu ly using it. lie require each applicant
to Inclose him one shi iling three cents to be returned as
postage on the recie, aud the remainder to be applied t
the payment of this advertisement. Address
rivrjIS is the favorable time to build jonr Cisterns. The
X vsiit tieTaaa acii-tiaa, HIGH L. 1EATY, to now la
tht-city, and prepared to band tt.em of ail sites, App'l
caUons made by note, or o'herwlae, to H. G. BcoveL, will
receive prompt attention. Inne& tf.
VUAKU OIENINi UISHUY
OF FKKNCli PATTERN
No. 3i Union Street,
AT THE NEW T0B.X KLLLIHZ2.T Xt.
'IHK largest aa well as the eSeat stock of the above
1 Goods ever opened in this city. Our many custosu.ra
in the city and throughout Ue State M rely oa eWaia
ing good bargains of
t'UU and U.U,
Head Dresswa, Bit bona, and
ltuumlcrs, French Fiowera,
Ladies I'rrss Cap,
Patent knte iwioa Fkirta,
Ladies Coraeta, every style.
And a vaneiy ot oilier fancy tsooa.
We are eonvtanUy rcccms auoieihitf new every day.
Plata aad laocy
IIAIIl 1ILONP, BONNETS AND HATS,
bleached and shaped the preaeftt atj ! J the lit ItaBaa
jsjr- fionneU ar IlaU that have fill id other parUea,
WarraeUd to b ea ? Iir,' Ctt.ea aueei.
1."UU1 bO barrel mil I aeaUy faear jisn d B
-. - - Ji
No. 19 Graml st., Jersey Clty.N. J. I
N.B. Dr. U. James has neither oOice nor aseut tn I
New York, as some have pretended and advertised. The I
leceiplla sent from au PLaca bat No. 19 trud street, I
Jersey City, N. Jersey.
JunelO. iMjlJ diwSmlns.
FPlIOS, MUSI CASi
A COMFORTABLE Dwelling on Lower Market Street,
near the Square, for the balance of the year. contains
6 rooms, besides kitchen and sei vants room. Possession
given immediately. A portion of the Furniture will be
sold if deired. House can be rented by a good tenant the
ensuing year. Apply to
June20. A. V. B L1NDSLEY.
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
T AM oCerine for sale a most desirable residence on Sam.
X mer street, in the 7th Ward The Lot fronts 8ft feet by
170. The House is new and neat, contains & rooms, kitchen,
servants' room, smoke bouse, dairy and stable. The gas
has just been carried in front of this Lot. I know it to be
a bargain. Apply to a. v.b. Lii.'M,ri,
june20. 83 College street.
A NEAT RESIDENCE IN EDGEFIELD
IS now offered for sale at a bargain. The Lot.-
fronts 62 feet on Woodland street and 170 on 1 :
Mi nick. The House contains four Kood rooms, goodJL2i.lL
cistern, Ae. The house is new, bailt of brick and the
situation one of the best in tdeefleld. Will be sold low.
Apply to A. V. S. LTNDSLEY,
unel3. S3 College street.
NOW IS THE TIME
rpo purchase that valuable STORE-HOTJSE, on Market
A. street corner oi vtarx, at preem cccupiea vj n. a.
French A Son. The Lot fronts 42K feet on Market and
106 on Clark street. Every one knows tha- this is one of
the moit prominent Wholesale Grocery and rroauce
Stands in the city. It will be sold on most liberal terms.
For farther particulars call on
apr29 A. V. S. LINDSLET.
THE CHEAPEST PK0PEETY.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
I Am now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
Pproperty, on College Hill, immediately opposite the
University, ao loDg occupied by the late Dr. Troost. The
lot fronts sixty feet on Market Street, with the same front on
College. The House is large and tommodious, and the
whole, at the price I offer it is a great Bargain.
Clai homes' Omnibus has practically moved College Hill
right in'o the Public Square, and any one wanting a resi
dence convenient to business would do well to look at this
propety. Tall on A.V.8. LLNDSLEY.
A LOT In South Nashville on College street, beyond the
Medical College, fronting 6n feet, being the Lot on
which Rives' Carpenter Shop formerly stood. For sale
cheap. Apply to A. V. 8. LINLlSLEY,
marct26 83 College street,
AVABUABLE LOT in Scuth Nashville, corner of Sum
mer and Oak streets, fronting 120 feet on 8umme r
street and 170 on Oak street. Will be sold as a bargain.
Tbe Gas is now being carried up in front of this Lot.
Adplyto A. V. 8. LIND8LEY,
marchiiO Ota 83 College street
R. S. H0LLINS & CO.,
HAVE removed to their new f tore-house. No. 4, on the
North side of the Public Square, in block of buildings
known as the Nashville Inn block, next koor to Messrs.
Evans A Co , where they would be pleased to see their cus
tomers, and wait on them with a good and cheap Stock of
Shoe, Boots and Hats.
Nashville, Jane 17-lm. B U ft O
nlie Genuine Anibralype the Premium Pie
X ture is beyond comparison the best style of likeness
yet introduced, and stands without a rival
Time cannot change them,
Light cannot (ade them,
Dampness cannot mould them.
Dust can never reach them.
Rustcannot corrode tliem.
Made as heretofore by LARCO.MliE. 40 College 'st., and
put un in titotop style at Knstern prices.
&tf Made at no other room iu Nashville.
ROBES DE CHAMBRE.
JUST received a sma'l lot of handsome Dressing Robes,
made to our order and for Bale by
juoe20. J. n. McGILL.
CKAVATS AND NECK TIES.
ANOTHER Invoice of Cravats, stocks, and Ties, hand
some and fashionable, received and for sale by
june'iO. J. 11- MctilLL.
WE have now a first rate assortment of EHTRT3, at
various prices, and of latest styles. The finer
grades we warrant to .bs well made and to fit better than
any other style.
June 20 J. H. McGILL.
RECEIVED this day a (mall invoxe of Marsallei Col
ored 8hir'S, and a choice lot ot other patterns.
June 20. J. H. McGILL.
OF Bilk, IiiMe Thread, Gauze Merino, Gaure Cotton,
Jaconet, Linen, York Jeans, Cotton Nett, and plain
Cotton received and for sale by
June 20, J. H. McGILL.
SILK, Lisle Thread, Merino, and every variety of Cotton,
received and for tale by
Juue 2 t. J. H. McGILL.
CLOTH AND TOILET IIRVSIIKS.
RECEIVED per Express another invoice of Hair, Tooth,
Nail and Cloth Brushes. Also, every variety ol
Tuckirg and Toilet Combs.
June 20. J. U. McGILL:
TRUNKS', VALISES & CARPET RAGS.
J EST received a small lot or best Sole Leather Trunks
and Valises, and some of cheaper styles. Also, an as
sortment of Carpet Begs, lor sale by
J. H. McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
June 20. corner of Square and College street.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY!
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY, BY AU
THORITY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
REMEMBER this Lottery has only 15,000 Numbers less
than any Lottery in the world.
SATURDAY SMALL SCHEME, to be drawn in p' blic,
at Macon, Oa., under th : sworn superintendence of Co L
Geo. M. Logan and W.C. Anderson, Esq.
Every Saturday In July, 1S57 15,000
CAPITAL PRIZE l2,OOOI
Second Prize, 5,000!
frff" Prises payable without deduction.
draws Julr 4th, 1857.
2 5 tli,
1 Prlao of..
1 do of..
1 do of..
1 do of. .
8 Prises of..
50 do of..
100 do of..
1313 do of..
.... 100 are...,
.... 60 are....
l.M Prixes,amonnting to
Ticket 4, Halves 12, Quarters $1.
Certificate of Package! of Tea Tickets are sold at the
following rates, which is the risk:
10 Wh .le Tickets t?4
10 Half Tickets 13
10 Quarter Tickets 6
Bank Notes of sound Banks taker- at par. Checks on
New York remitted for prise. Address orders for Tickets
or Certificates of Packages of Tieses to
ANDERSON A SON, Managers, Macon, Ga.
fjr Orders tor Tickets addressed to G. 11. WINTER,
Boa Ne. 853, Nashviile, Tenn., will be promptly attended
to. ANDERSON A SON, Managera,
jalf 1 Macon. Oa.
M'GOLRICK &, BURNS,
WHOLESALE AX I) EETAIL C0NFECTI03XR3
ABE opening at their establishment, on Market street.
No. 8&, next door te Mr. Power's Clothing Store, a
general assortment of Confectionciiea, which they intend
selling on very reasonable terms, and trust, by their atten
tion to business, to Induce th public to eiteod to them a
liberal share of patronage. Atneng the leaating ar Holes
now on band, and which they will be receiving, are the fol
Candies, of every variety; Pine Apple and Ohio Cheese;
Fruits, of every kind; Brandias A Wines, best br'Ua,
Pics lea, assorted; Cordials, of every variety;
Pickled 0 iters and Pardinee; Ale and Porter,
Shad and Salmon; Fine Oners.
With a variety of articles Dot herein enumerated.
In connection with their Confectionery, tbev invite the
attention of the public to their bakery, from which a daily
supply of freeh Bread, Cakes, and Pastry caa be had.
Paruee will be made up to order, and caretully scot to any
part of the city.
Having permanently located here, we, of eourse, wish to
be patronised liberally to the end. We intend selling on
good terms, and by our demeanor eoesmeod ourselves to
the k al notice of a gerteroos public. We respectfully to
rite Country Dealers, who are la oa- line ef trade, to five
us a call before tiurcaaaing elsewhere.
april o MctsOLalCK A BCR K -
Joaa D. Jaaea, Preat.
D. D. Jaaas, Castiier.
Deals la si gilt end time Bills, Gold and Silver aad Caear
rent Base Notea, makes coUecuont in ail parts of the coao.
try, will give tbe highest market price tor Land W arraata
and pay later est oa depoaitea. JaalS.
HAKEIlVt CONFECTIONARY, eVc.
CBABLES BOB ETN, (late of the Bras ef J. G. A C,
u.-feertBB, bread a reel J continues his tustaeea al So.
IT, Market aueet, (opiMssite Morris A ttraUua'a.) wtwre
he ts prepared tw esecute and Bit ail orders ia all the
kiautM ol Bakis. Confectionary, Ac with Uch he may
be favored. Us Baatertaie are Imt and of the be -t qaaa
ty, aod he Cauera hunealf, that ae eaa give th asoM a-er-foe
aatiafaeikca. il wut ecu by who!a!s a retail, and
orders from a t.UM ar licit d. tie returns sjratei I
thanks lor th large patrwaag a haa fcer.tofi r, received,
and pfctdfrt fcimaeif to snarl a euiiluiaaaee 4 the aaaa.
J a as 1-t-tf. ;
FRESH PEACHES! IN CAN.
JV8T received, per ale soar D. A. Given, a eoaal.
sas-et, (4 Aoa Caaa Ireaa reacts. an acini go4.
jaaela. tA CAJtltsS ateJLAI A Cu.
riigE Subscriber baring on hand an un
X usually large Stock of PIANO-FORT K8,
for the Summer trade, will offer extra in
ducementa either for cash or four months
paper, (n teres i, only added.)
Those in need of a No. 1 Instrument,
would do well to give me a call. Every
Piano sold by me is fully warranted.
Also A large Stock Muiical Merchandise
and fbee-. Music; amongst which can be
f jund the boautiful songs : Gentle Annie,
Maggie by my 8ide, Old Flay Ground, What
dost thou. Oh wandering Dove, Ae., e.,
Waltxes, Ranunculus, Kose-bud, Ssga'h
eridan, Ac. Polkas May Queen, Hesita
tion, Minehaha Lovers' Letter Box, Crystal,
Ac. Come and see, at No. S3, Union
jane 22. JAS. A. MoCLCRE.
EXCELLENT LAND FOR SALE.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, we will offer for sale to the
highest bi-lder, on liberal credits, one of the most fer
tile Tracts of Land in Davidson connty, containing about
400 acres, lying on the road leading from Franklin to
Lebanon, half a mile north of the Nolensviile turnpike
road, three miles south of the Nashville and Chattanooga
Kailroad, and twelve miles from Nathville.
It i" not our desire to puff or to overrate what we have
to sell, but we desire to convey a fair, jast and true con
ceptirn of the property; tut if our desire waa different, it
would be difficult to overrate the qialities and advantages
of this tract of laod. It has a dark, loose and virgin soil
of the most productive ooalit ; about 200 acres cleared,
and in a high state of cultivation, and 200 acres in rplendid
timber, all under excellent fences, built almost entirely of
WATER OF PTJPERIOR QUALITY SFYEN OR MORS
NEVK R FAILIN3 SPRINGS, AND RUNNING STREAMS,
affording to the fields,woods and rastures a constant iupply
ot water ; heavily ti bered with poplar, rak, ash, sugar
tree, lynn, boxelder, black locust, and sufficient cedar to
keep up the fences.
THK DWELLING is a very neat and comfortable wood
building, weatberboarded, and painted outside, and ceiled
or lathe plastered and papered inside, with Beven good
and commodious rooms, two porch. s, and a dry and airy
cellar underneath, eood double kitchen, negro houses, car
riage house, one large granary, sbedded round, to good
tobneco barns, stables, cribs, and a splendid garden, one
select young orchard, with over 200 bearing trees, one lull
grown orchard ot peach and apple trees, with many other
fruit trees in different parts of the farm; an ice house.
Hone spriug house, a good horse mill, mill atones, best
French burr, and superfine bolting chest and cloth, with
man? other conveniences too tedious to mtntion.
Taken all together, this is one of the richest, most de
sirable and productive tracts cf land in Davidson coun y,
and will be sold in
Varying in size from 0 to 140 acres.' Or we would sell all
together ti suit purchasers, and it would make one of the
best stock farms in the State. Perrons wishing to examine
the plan will call on SOLOMON G. MORTON, on the
premises, or on the undersigned at No. 67 Cherry street.
Terms A credit on one third till first January, 1S58,
one-third first January, 1859, and balance first January,
I860. Notes well secured, without interest, required, and
a lien retained.
Omnibusses and collation free as usasL Those desiring
seats will please meet at the Post office by 8 o'clock, A. M.
NANCE A WOODWARD,
june 28-eotwtd. Agents.
HOUSE AND EOT FOR SALE.
I AM offering for rale, privately, a House and Lot,
situated on Rro&d street, a few doors abnve Anm.
mer, fronting 31k' feet on broad, running back ifiJi Hill
feet to an alley. The bouse contains 7 rooms in the main
building, with Kitchen, bath-house, smoke-house, Ac. We
will give a bargain in the above iroperty, and our terms
shall be easy. Z. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
jane!6. No. 67, Cherry st.
HOUSE ANU EOT FOR SAEE.
I HA YE a beautiful House and lot on Crawford , ,
street, all iu good order, which 1 am instructed
to sell positively. These in want of a borne, cheap, JL14.
would do well to call on me soon. If not sold within a few
days privately.it will be offered at public auction.
. R. GLAdCOCK, Agent,
JnneH. No. 67 Cherry st.
l.UPHOVLD CITY IMtOPERTV-FOR
A VALUABLE House and Lot on Church st.,
fronting 81 feet on said street, running back
150, ft. or 81 feet, and 165 deep, witb a liontof IS ft
on Spruce street. Th is a valuable piece of prop-
erty, and located in the finest neighborhood in the
and will be sold on liberal terms. Enquire of
K. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
junel2. No. 67 Cherry st.
L0T8 Nov S1.S2, 99 and 100, in Preston Hay'a addi
tion to Nashville, fronting fvt feet on Polk street, run
ning back 160 feet. A bargain will be given in these lota,
A TWO STORY BRICK, containing 8 or T rooms. The
lot fronting S9$ feet, and running back H7 feet to an
alley. This is very desirable property, and situated a
thort diHtance from the residence of Mr. Bilbo. We will
give a bargain in this property.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, running back to
McLemore street 150 feet
Allof the above property Is located in thriving portions
of the City, an d persons desirous of makint purchasce at
a bargain, will call on E. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
inel- No. 67 Cherry .
ON Wednesday the Mh of July next, a tract containing
nearly 2t.'0 acres. In Davidson county, eleven anilea
South of Nashv il'e, one mile from the N.ik C. R. R , en
Mill Creek, the premises of K. F. Jones, to be sold at auc
tion. One third to be paid the 25h December next, one
and two years time on the other payment', all without in
terest. Bond and approved security on the first payment.
About one half of the tract ts in cultivation, the chief
of which is Mill creek bottom, the other half u in wood,
and valuable building timber, near a Steam Paw and Grist
Mill, with (air in provement,-; a new frame building; out
buildings ger.erally gor-d, and garden; lasting Spring water
convenient, and a luxury indeed in Summer; nearly every
kind of fruit trees and vines, for this climate.
Will sell about lou acres with the improvements, with
the privilege of more. The other portion in smaller lots,
as shown on the maps. As to situation, quality of land,
timber and water, call and see before the day of sale.
June 6-lntw. B. F. JONES.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE.
T7K are authorized to sell the following lands on liberal
VV terms: 50 acres ou Brown's Creek, IX miles from
the corporation of Nashville, adjacent to the lands of West
H. Humphreys, Gov. A. V. Brown, George Allen and Felix
R. Rsina. The late residence of Mrs. Ursula Rains. Soil
excellent; 8 or 4 never failing Springs; a good Orchard; two
story Brick Dwelling, with 3 or 4 rooms, and many out
houses. We will sell the entire tract or divide to suit pur
OQ8 ACRFS, lying on the east tide of the Nolensviile
)04 Turnpike, 2 mi es out; lies very well; about 10 acres
timber, balance cleared ; soil of the very beet quality; cot
tage building; part of the Ridley Tract; now owned by N.
P Corbitt, aujacent to Capt. Joiner, Wh.tsett, and
) Q ACRFS on the oast side of th Nolensviile Turn
r) pike; 8 miles from the Corporation: (the Goodwin, or
Menifee place,) frontiog on both the Noiensville, and Mill
Creek Yalley Turnpives; lies very well; soil good; a nurn
b r of fru.t trees; good f pring, a large Frame Dwelling
with 6 or 6 rooms, and all necessary out-house.
14 Q ACRES, on both sides of the Nashville A Chatta
lXaL nooga i ai'roau, 18 miles from Nashville, at the
first station west of Lavergne, 65 acres choice Umber, 87
cleared; lies level: good soil; good water; a good two story
Frame Dwelling, with 8 rooms, stables, kitchen, smoke
house, and all ether uecewary cabins.
The dwelling is about 3 0 yards from the depot or station,
and 40 yards No i th of the railroad. Occupied at present
by Mr. Brown.
VBOUT 820 Acres, on both sides of Big Harpeth river,
14 miles West of Nashville, and 2 miles Kant of King
ston's Springs; the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad
crosses near the center of tbe tract; about 130 acres clear
ed; balance good tin be r; roil goid;4 or 5 never failing
Springs; good Orchard; neighborhood very good. Cottage
build ng; the late residence of Geo. V. Woodward, dee'd.
" Cty ACRES on the Liberty road, one mile east of th
Acl f town of Franklin, in Williamson county, )( mil
kast of the Tenn. A Ala. Railroad, 110 acres cleared, soil
mostly very sood; 6 or 8 good tprings; Dwelling a two
story log-house, weatberboarded and painted, with C good
rooms, kitchen, smoke-house, Ac, the late residence of
Mrs. Walker. All on most accommodating terras. Apply
to NANCE A WOODWARD.
May 28, 185.
LONG CREEK MILLS FOE 8 ALE -SAKE 0PP0S
TUNITT TO LAND-BUYERS.
WE offer for sale about ISoO acres of Laod, on Long
Creek, about 16 miles North of Nashville. A large
portion of the same is well timbered; a splendid Saw Mill,
propelled by a never-failing stream of water; many oonv.
oient and comlortable improvements; whole tract splendid
ly watered, and capable of making an excellent stock-farm:
there is on the mill-yard from (2,000 lo $8,000 worth of
sawed Umber; one or more wagon and teams; stock hogs,
cattle, Ac., Ac, wiih every article necessary to carry on
such an establishment. To enterprising business men, this
altogether offers a most splendid opportunity to make a
Taaaa. Three equal payments In 6, 19 and 24 months,
s atisutciorily secured, payable in Bank with intereat, and a
lien retained as usual. Apply to
march24 N ANC f. k WOODWARD.
PUBLIC SALE OP VALUABLE CITY PEoTeSTtT
ON TUESDAY, THE 14TU OF JULY NEXT, will be of
fered for sale oa the premises, that valuable property
on High street, known aa the Corporation School House
Lot, fronting lMi feet, more or lesa, on said street, and run
ning back 175 fret to a 16 feet alley. The property win b
sold on a credit of one and two years, notes payable ia
hank with good security, bearing interest from date and a
lien retained. Persons desiring information in regard to th
above property can get it by calling on either of the un
dersigned. W. A. GLENN,
W. IL HORN,
J. P. CULhMaN,
juoel9. School Committee.
BY virtue of two fieri facias to me directodnd delivered
from the Honorable Circuit Coort of Uaviaoo county.
Tennessee, at iu May term, ls57, 1 will expose to publi
Bale to the hig!et bidder, for cash, at the Court-house
yard gale, in the City of NssbviHe, on B ATI" II DA T. THE
lsTH DAV Of JC LV, 1S5I. all tbe r ght. title, claim, in
terest and aatat whwh Joba C. McLemore then bad, or
may bar since acquired In and to the following dnecribed
tract, piece, parcel or ht of ground, lo-wit; a part of Lot
No. 143. In th original plan of ihe city of Nashville,
and bounded as follows, to-wll: Beginning on th
corner ot Gay and Spruce sweets In said city, running
thence with the hue of r-pmce street ia a Southerly direc
tion, Itt feet a inches to th corner ol a pan of said Lot
heretofore raid to John A tamuel rtecser, Uenc at right
angles w nb aaid riprac street lbO feet to a atone, thence
parallel with aaid fpruo street in a Northerly direouoa
116 feet t inchee lo Uay street, tie nee with the Un of
Gay street In a westerly direct on ih) foet to th begin
ainf, being Irvied oa aa th property of John C. Mr Le
er ore, Ui saU.fy judgment tender! in favor of JaoMat
Joseph Woods. Fa'ra of IXob'l Woods and V. k. Bleveaeda,
agatast aaid aicLamor.
JOHN K. tDHOKAOM, gheruT.
Junell,lS5T. BT B, tt.CAMPBKU., D. ft.
COICVBIA H.M'fE, CAPE INLAND, CAPE MAY,
A KV JERSEY. This rateauv establishment will
be epeued forth receplka of company oa TULKjOaT,
Jaae It. last. Binoa the eloa vf last seaaoa It haa bees
yal tsi eoeeplel order. Pernio throughout, Papered, aad
meek new rurmtar added. A eorpe st Ita beet drilled
Colored Pervatls has bee a Selected from this City and
Baltimore, aod every atuatiua wiil be paid to swear la
comfort aad pieatar el the seesu ApplteaUoa lor Kooat
or Cottage caa be saaa at ta tfin of the subscriber.
Na. VK Waleai strwet.
Jnt-odtm. Ph 1 1 st 4 ! f Is I If m,
HO! all T thlrs'y aoela, who past for a drtnk W root
we'er, call at ft. 8. LLl.t a'e. Ne. C7, Market sleat,
aod parch th no ! Water Cooi.rs
n-4- K. . V. tU.ltL.St.
O ALT fcbi ttar aad (or sal ky
KCZL. A CO
THE SCARCITY OF MEAL.
rrs high price, and the Inconvenience of obtaining It,
L induces as to call attention to the
Celebrated "Excelsior" Mill,
Aa adapted to oai.xniso Meal for family use, and crushing
Corn and Cob,, W heat. Rye or oats for stock, thereby en
abling EVERY MAN TO BECOMS
His Own Miller!
The "EXCELSIOR" haa received nearly ONS BUNDRED
PREMIUMS in contest with the Improved "U tie Giant,
"Star MUl" and others. It grinding surface is cast sepa
rate from the Mill and can be restored, when worn out, at
a cost of three dollars. It also discharges the Meal from
one point directly into a halt-bushel. Furnished complete
With Two Pair of Grinding
(Which makes it eqial in durability to two ordinary Mills.)
lor Fifty Dollars.
t3ff County Rights for sale.
JAMES C. BALDWIN & CO.,
No. 87 Co lege street, Nashville, Tana.
A R LOCATED IN MACON COCNTY, TKNNISSKK,
on the waters of Trammel Creek, four miles kaat of
the turnpike leading from Gallatin, Tena to fcottavill.
Ky., and will be prepared for the reception of visitors and
invalids by tbe 1st of June. This place has already
acquired reputation wi My circulated lor the highly medi
cinal char cl er of i's waters, (four difierent varieties,) and
is now being visited by very many, living remotely, who g
in search of a healthy acd delightful summtf retreat, not
only the invalid, but the seekers after pleasure.
Having gone to considerable expense in rt titling an
enlarging our means of icccuirr odaiin we flatter our
selves that we will be able to add materially to th cost
fort of all who may favor us with a visit, having during th
past winter put away about seventy thousand pound of
very fine Ice. We have had bui tli additional bed rooms,
besides a large one 60 by 8 ft, latticed on each sice to adore!
air, in which tbe lovers of pleasure and social cnJoyaaeBt
will find ample room for recreaiion.
It is only necessary to say that chronic affections of any
of the more important organs exhibit the efficacy of th
waters, particularly those of females. There will be a
practising Physician here at all times, should hi' profes
sional services be required. Thankful for the very kiod
and liberal patronage heretofore extended towards us, by
our numerous friends and visitors, we again ask a contina
anee of the same, with the assurance that neither t'menor
pains shall be spared to render all comfortable and agreea
ble, who may sojourn with us in future.
Having secured the services of Mr. and Mrs. Pat
terson, the public may be assured of hearty cheer in
the dining-rocm. Our stable, too, will be well attended te.
Our charges will be as low aa the limes and season will ad
mit of, viz: For regular boarders, or those remaining on
week or more, (washing extra) (1.00 per day; children of
10 years of age and under and servants, half price; horses
50 cents per day. Transient visitors will be charged 60
cent per meal or from (1,50 to (2,0o per day. For ejtra
services a reasonable charge will be made. Washing, Iron
ing, Ac, 1.00 per doxen. For pressing or honing dress for
ladies, half price.
A Hack will leave the Springs every other morning al v
o'clock, A. M., to meet the Nashville A Louisville Mag a
the Rock House, to run regularly through the season.
WM.A. DaBuW A BROTH. R,
Iune9 may14-triw8ml Proprietors,
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Manufacturers, Agents aud Dealers
IX ALUKIXDS OI
Biuldinfi, Materials, &c.
Ao. GO, Market Street.
111 rcsli in llacli incs
KALST0N S OHIO EIGHT HORSE P0WIE
THRESHES AND CLEANEE;
OHIO FOUR HORSE THRESHER WITH STRAW
OHIO FOUR HORSE THRESHER .WITHOUT
TWO H0ESE RAILROAD POWER THRESHES
ONE HORSE RAILROAD POWER THRESHER
AND SEPARATOR ;
HOFFIT'S THRESHERS AND CLEANERS, all
Reapers 4V mlloivcrs.
NEW 10RK HAND REAPERS;
HUGO'S .C0MEISED REAPER AKD -.MOWER
SINCLAIR'S POWER STRAW CUTTER J 4 like
SANDFORD'SIHAND STRAW CUTTER, 2 lixa
Jf 9 Jica t Fans.
PUKPHREY'S PREMIUM FAN MILLS;
VANfPILT'S CELEBRATED JANaMJXLS;
BUILDING MATERIALS, &C.
600 EBLS. HYDRAULIC CEMENT ;
ISO EBLS. PLASTER PARIS;
2,000 KEGS WHITE LEAD;
60 BBLS. LINSEED OIL;
600 BOXES WINJJ0W GLASS-Auorted Siaei;
10,000 LIGHTS WINDOW SASH " "
75 PAIR WINDOW BLINDS';
25 MARBLEIZED IRON MANTLES.
Wa have a large assortment of PLOWS, CUL
TIVAT0RS, CORN SHELLEES, CORN PLANT'
ERS, HARROWS, HORSE BAKES, ROAD SCRA
PEES, CRUSHERS, CHAIN POMPS, A.
We are alao Agent for
WOOD'S PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES ;
MUNN'S CIRCULAR SAW MILLS;
FAEER'S WOOL CARDING MACHINES ;
BED WELL'S SMUT MACHINES;
CIRCULAR SAWS for Sawing Cord Weed ;
SEYMOUR'S DRAIN DRILL;
HARRISON'S GRIST MILL.
ARMSTRONG & CO.
may 9 4t d 2 m w A t ar
Royal Havana Lottery.
T'HE next ordinary drawing of th Royal Bavaaa
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government,
der the supervision of th Captain General of Cuba, waU
tak place at Havana, on
Tuesday, July ?tli, 1857.
- - .
Worteo Numero 683 Orliua.rl
Capital lri.c loo.ooo Dolls.
4 Prises of $i,c0
o " 1,0
tt " oe
its " l
So Appro lima liana.... ,Mj
4 Approximations to the illNj.OW. of J ah; 4 of4uut
DO.OOti; 4 of 0 to 80,1; 4 of 400 to '-0.OOO; 4 of At) to 3,0o
Wiiole Tickets $20 ; Halves $10 1
Prises cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bill on the Nashville city hanks taken at par.
A drawiiif; will be forarJd as soon a th r alt hesa
IV Communications addressed to DON RODstlGrU,
(oar of City fost, Charleston, So. Ca-,) on til Jalv Tik,
sriil b attemletl lo. (Jaae IT id
UJ K hev now In tor a an stock of in , ,
Pianos, Melodeone Window Shades, . "
Artist Materials, Ac, aod ar suU saanufae. T ) Ti I
tartsr Insid blmda and all kinds of UUt Works ha v
recently added largely to our stock f
Olt .-X ATII.N'I S l OU 71 1 It ICOUS, A C.
Ia a word w intend to KCKP CP WITH TUB TIM a,
pleas oar euatomera aad unices ihem to pstronis aut
tad of sendinf abroad. W. k K. FKCKM AN,
feb. I. No. Is, CeU., strait.
IH. SINGER A CO.,hav opened ao oftc. al 4, Pahllw
ftquare, NasKvilie, fur the sale of their celebrated
tc( atartuaes. Those who wth to purvtao eiu( Maeauael
wmch they caa depend upon, saay do a at the auove piao.
Ilia feueia 'r aatiutted by all who have used e.winf Ma
chiiMe tht Murer's ar superior to all oihera. They ea
used oa aii fabrics, such aa Sklaha, Liaea, Oolh, tottoa. t
Leather, by uxre.jr ehaojiof Uie Newdi and Thread. lky
i:iri .'.h ai-ool leiua, PUk, ov Ihrei.t 1 ko sa-.
cbiaa vsn iaatcr; ar asor durable and aimpie lhaa as
st iters. Iney ar warranted to du LS " "7 7"
ed, eunsrer's Macbia uaa stahiuhed Uei. laJ a4 is,
ia oycrauuu at Ao, Public Square, J vOI ClX
Being a pracUral Machiaia. I a p'rvparwd l J1 "
chioes f t.t.gt a thai euay IbJ aedW 7
aprf. U . iVJi-"!
- MANrraCTCAJ OP
CoacU and Wagon Harness,
SO. 14 EKAUISICX STKiTT, SASIITILLr,
HATlNi with 1ra froas the Brsa of Howertoa A Wtlkla
aca" bas w4l ta above plaea, aber be wiU V
.lad msm auh" frienO and others la wantet aay thlajg
1 ...ibuaMa. aUparftaa dua at tA shortees a.