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Tuesday. Morning, July 14, 1857.
OfficialJournal for Publishing the
Post Office better iList.
Tennessee Farmer and irxechantc.
The July cumber of this excellent monthly has
made It appearance. Ita content! are highly in
teresting. The Farmers and Planters of Tennes
see have in this periodical an able organ one
which they ought to tke pride la sueUiuiDg. It
will compare favorably in every respect with the
ablest conducted agricultural journals in the Ucited
States We think it ought to be adopted as one of
the premiums to be distributed by the Agricultu
ral Fair throughout the State. It is certainly
more valuable than silver cups, in that it is not
merely pleaaiDg to the eye, but to the understand
t ig also.
We It am from this number that the next meet
ing of the Davidson County Agricultural Society
will be held at the residence of Mr. Fel.i R. Rain?,
sear Nashville on the 4th of Auguet next. This plan
of meeting is one that promises to result in much
good. It gives our agriculturists opportunities to
examine each other's farms and to compare notes
in regard to their methods of performing all de
scriptions of farm and plantation work, the rearing
of stock, Sic. We had the pleasure of attending
one of these meeting, on the 7th inst., at the res
idence of Gen. W. G. Uabding. We are sure that
11 present were highly gratified with the warm,
generous hospitality cf the General and bis accom
plished lady, as well as with the examination made
of the plantation, the crop?, his fine blood stock,
&c. Gen. II. has one of the finest homesteads ia
the South, and may be regarded as a specimen of
the truly refined gentleman and farmer. We found
him busy in the midst of his Wheat harvest, a por
tion of bis force following one of Manny's reapers,
gathering, bundling and stacking, in a field of as
choice white Wheat as Davidson county has pro
duced this fruitful season. Ilia crop of this grain
is very large. But, we do not propose to mention
very thing we saw.
To return to the "Farmer and Mechanic? It
merits a much wider circuhtion. Every agricul
turist in TcuDPfsee ought Dot only to subscribe
for it, but to interest himself in extending Ibe
sphere of its usefulness. Such of them as can,
ought to write for its pages regularly. We are
astonished that more of them have not already
done bo. No better plan to elicit useful iuforma
ton can be devised.
The ''Farmer and Mechanic" is published in this
city by Mr. L. P. Williams, Editor and Proprietor.
Price, $2 per annum.
The Baptist Family Victor. The "Parlor
Viiitor" Laving paused into the hands of Mr. T. fr'.
Hgghks, that gentlomao has changed the Dame, as
above, unJerwhich title the July No. appears. It
contains 48 pages of matter, with an engraving and
wood cuts. The reading appears to be of a solid
and substantial character, and is alike creditable to
the Publisher and his contributors. The Publisher
says : "CotifiJent that with the aid of excellent con
tributors, seconded by cnerzy and experience, we
shall be able to idsue a Magazine every wsy wcrthy
of our standing, and respectability as a denomina
tion, wo put on the harness trusting that the breth
ren and sisters, throughout the South and West,
will, by their patronage, enable us to curry out our
design, of supplying them with a welcome visitor to
The Family Visitor is a monthly periodical, is
neatly printed and will muke a handsome volume.
We wish ita Publisher much success.
5?" The statement of the Bank of Tennessee
and Branches, which will be found in our columns
this morning, indicates a thrifty condition.
We are gratified to learn that a company of very
large capital, has been formed to carry on the
manufacture of barrels by machinery. The com
pany has purchased, for twenty-five thousand dol
lars, five thousand and ten acres of land, recently
offered for sale by Cheatham, Watson Si Co.
This land lies on the Cumberland river, about half
way between Na.hville and Clarksville the two
most important markets in the State for the sale of
The Company are procuring machinery with a
capacity to make eight hundred barrels a day.
And expect to be in operation in less than sixty
days. The ample capital, enterprise and business
character of the parties interested, insure them
At a meeting of the Board of Education, on
Monday, July 13th, F. B. Fopg, President of the
Board, announced the death of the Rev. Charles
Tomes, formerly a member of the Board, who died
on Friday, the 10th inst., when,
On motion of Dr. J. B. Lindley, it was unani
mously Resolved, That this Board have heard with the
deepest regret the loss sustained bv our community
In the death of the Kev. CHARLES TOMES, who
was distinguished hy his piety, by the uprightness
and purity of his life, and for his amiable and excel
lent qualities as a man. He was a member of this
Board at ita first organization, and discharging all
bis duties with zeal and disinterestedness, he was
eminently ueful as a promoter of popular educa
tion. Ever foremost in the ciuse of the poor and
unfortunate, be spared no pains in advancing their
interests and soothing their suffering. Distinguish
ed for his universal benevolence, he exerted bis
eminent faculties in fathering all our objects, and
lu adopting plana to secure our aucceea. Ia com
mon with our whole community, w feel his loss to
be great and irreparable. Bowing with submission
to the decree of Providence, we can do no less than
express our grail ud for his distinguished serf tees,
and our deep regret for the loss of his great exer
tions iu the cause of education and the promotion
of moral, religious and intellectual advancement.
Resolved, That these resolutions be furnished the
city press for publication, and that the Secretary of
this Board transmit a copy to the family of the de
ceased. F. B. FOUG, President.
Jobs A. UcEwi.-r, Secretary.
A Valuable Lot, belonging to the corporation
of Nashville, on High t'rt-et, will be offered for
ale to-day at auction. This property ia in one of
the pleaaantest neigh urhools in the city, and
those to want of a loU on which to put up a resi
dence, would do well to attend the sale.
27" We saw yesterday a specimen of the pen
roauship of a little Mia after tiling s- veral lessons
under Mr. Dolbear. There was a marked improve
ment, manifest eveo to the super Bdal observer.
It is fortuuate for the "little folks of our city that
Mr. D. (till st jourtis here.
2T There was a rur-h of ladies yesterday to the
Orleans store to get a chance at those cheap Dress
Goods, advertised. It is not often the dear crea
tures get such ao opportunity to decorate them
stive at ao little coat.
Interesting lo Mechanic and IHanufac
lurere Third Annual fair.
The Mechanics and Manufacturers of Tennessee
and a!j lining Swtt s, are reminded that tba Third
Annual Fair and Exhibition of the Mechanic's Insti
tute of this State, will commence la October next
la Ibis city. The annually increasing interest man
ifested in these exhibitions, and visible advantages
resulting to exhibitor, as well from the diase mi na
tion of important information among tbeuiselvee,
as fro -nth e great publicity which they are thus en
Llud to give their buainers, renders it certain tt
the spproacLing exhibition will eclipse ia manifi
Ceuce and interest all its preJecemor.
Copies of Circulars, rivicg full particulars, can be
obtained at the Mechanic's Iuatilute rooms, College
street, tpposite the Sewanee, or by addressing (Le
President, W'u. Stocxill, or Secretary II. K. Wal
KiK. (Juue S5 Sui.
2T Q '-!'- a large number of Trims and Miss
Itraippians landed here yesterday morning, from the
steamer Woodford, to take the railroad at this point
for the interior, the mountain district and the
Springs. This branch of the travel is becoming
very imporUot sod numerous. Metitphit Bull.
STEAMBOAT AND BIYEB NEWS.
July II C. Marshall, Paducah.
12 V. K. Stevenson do.
13 Nettie Millar Harpeth Shoals.
Umpire, Line Island.
11 Umpire, for Paducah.
13 C. Marshall do.
V. K. Stevenson do.
Nettie Miller, d
The river continues to fall slowly with two feet
water on the Shoals.
The light draught steamer Commerce departs for
Paducah at 1 o'clock this morning. The Com
merce is one of the fastest hosts of her class on the
river, and hi.s excellent accommodations for pas
sengers. The Hock City came up last evening, and will
depart to-day for Paducah.
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
AT the great Indiana Prate Trial of Reapers and Mowers,
Jane 26, iT, 2S, 1SJ6, at Kid mon l, under the direc
tion or the State Committee, the Firtt Premiu n of a $5U:00
Silver Pitcher was awarded to the Manny Machine for doing
ita work tne beat, and ror being the best combined Machine.
In eompetitkn it the trial were twelve oiher kinds of Har
vesting Machines; amcng thoe actually put to the test in
the field by the committee, were the Atkins Self-Raker,
New York Self-Raker, Mann A Ron's Indiana Self Raker,
Massachusetts Sell-Raker, Danfleld's Combined Machine,
Hand-Raker, New York Hand-Maker. Delia A Duham's
Hand-Raker and the Kentucky Harvester Combined. These
were all, with one exception, i ombined Machines. Thare
were also several other kinds of Machines on trial against
the Manny Machine. The trial lasted through three riajs,
and the Mannj Machine was triumphant in the field. A
First Premium has aUo been awarded the Manny Machine
as a mower, the Kentucky Harvester consenting.
Decision of the Committee upon the trial of Reap
er and Mouers.
We, the undersigned, a committee appointed by the Ag
ricultural bureau oi Tennessee to examine and test Mow
ing Machines and report the result to the Bureau at its
next netting, in execution of said trust, appointed Thurs
day. June ih, to test the five diflt rent Mowers entered,
viz: Manny's Combined beaper and Mower; Mann's Self
Raking Reaoer and Mower combined; Ketchum'a Mower;
Atkins' telf-RakiDg Reaper and Mower combined, and
Deitz A Dunham's Kam-fower Reaper and Mower.
Wednesday, June llib, was appointed to ten the Reap
ers that were entered, as follows:
Deils Dunham's Reader, Atkins' Felf-Raking Reaper,
Manny's Reaper, New-York Hand-Kaking Reaper, Mann's
Self-fcaking Reaper, and the New. York Self-Kaking Reaper.
In tne result ol our judgment, the award isgiven.lo Man
ny's, as the bett .Combined Machine.
Y. 8. PICKARD, I
J. c. Harris, i
J. M. KNIGHT, 1-Committee.
W. O. HARDING,
F. R. RAINS,
FOR SALE BY THE UNDEES1 QNED A T
JOIIXSON & IIOKKE'S.
Price, Two Horse Machine $150; Four Horse Machine f 160.
U. F. CHEATHAM,
apr28 General Agent for the State.
Southern Vacillc lVailroad.
ON the first day of August next, The books of subscrip
tion at this place for the above road will be finally
closed. All who wish to subscribe for the stock allotted to
this place, (10,000 r hares) must do so on or before that day.
As the company have means for all present wants, ap
proved acceptances on New Orleans will be received equal
to cash, maturing wlhin eight months, at the usual rate ol
disc ount chained by our city banks.
I am inlormed that seventy miles of the rosd are now un
der contract and the means have been provided to meet
the terms and Demands of the contractors, vie Messrs. J,
T. Grant A "Co., of Georgia. Their ability and experience,
in addition to the foregoing facts, give assurance of the en
ergetic construction of this great enterprise. The iron now
delivered for 27 miles of the road, with a grade of 20 miles.
All the lights; franchites, Ac, cf the company, wnen 20
miles be completed, are placed beyond forfeiture or con
tingency of any kind. The time within which to finish 20
miles is the 16th of February, 1S5S.
julylO. N. HOBSON, Agent.
I HATE this day disposed of my entire interest in the
burliness of Johnton, Horne A Co., to Jno. A. Fisher
and James Wheless, who will continue it aa heretofore, and
for whom I earnestly solicit a liberal thare of public pat
ronage. inly 8 tf. . E. A. HORNE.
FISHER, WHELESS CO.,
(8UCCE."S0KS TO JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.)
COTTON, Tobacco, Storage, General Commission and
Produce Merchants, corner Broad anil Market streets,
Nashville, Teun., will devote particular attention to all
business intrusted to them. july9 tf.
WE will be constantly In the Market for Wheat, for
whl h we will pay the highest market price.
July 9 tf.
rISHER. WIIKLtSS A CO.
rt 1HI8 is the favorable time to build jonr Cisterns. The
X oriit cibtkk. BtHLDia, HUGH L. 1EATV, is now in
thl' city, and prepared to build them of all rises. Appli
cations made by note, or o'herwise, to Li. G. Pcovel, will
receive prompt attention. lune2S tf.
WHISKY, BRANDY &. WlNES.
WE Irave on hand and for sale a choice assortment o
liomestic L'.quors, which we oOer at wholesale to
the Nashville trades vis :
too bids. Monongahela and Rye Whisky;
00 " Smith's Old Reserve do
800 " Ilourbon, our extra Brand.
100 " Catawba Urandv, lo pric;
100 " Sweet Malaga Wine.
I'O " Mu-cat Wine, very nice;
150 J catks French Packages Brandy;
loot) bhls. Double Rectified Whisky;
25 bbls. 8 to 5 year old Copper Whisky, from $1 CO to
12 60 per gal.
Louisville, June 19 -d3m. JNO. B. McILVAIN A 80N.
1)11. JOHN W. M()UTO.
HAS removed his office from No. 42 Cherry street, to
No. 83 Cedar street. July 8.
Koyai Havana Lottery.
TMIE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, un
der the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
taka place at Havana, on
Tuesday, July 28th, 1857.
Kortco IMuiucro &H4 Ortlliiarlo.
Capital Vrlzc 100,000 Dolls.
4 Prises of 2,0oa
0 " " 1,000
18 " " 400
20 ADDrnxifn.tinn. - . B kMl
Approximations to tne fioo.oou, or f 600 each; 4 of4o0 to
60,000; 4 of 400 to 80,iK)0; 4 of 400 to '.0,000; 4 of 400 to W.OOO
U hole Tickets $20 ; Halves $10;
Prfae cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on the Nashville eity Banks taken al par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the rswnlf esoomsi
FP" Communications addressed to DON RODRIGFEZ,
(care of City Post, Charleston, 80. Ca.,) until July 28th,
will be attended to. (Ji-ly 9 td
Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
IFHr received per Express choice lot of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Ures"tng Cases ; Work Boxes, furnished
and uuruml.hcd. Also, Ivtry, Wood and a variety of
Palm Leaf Fans; Hair, Tooth, Nail, Fle-h and Cloth
Bruthe.; Pocket tlooks, Portmonles, Kaiwrs and traps,
.con,ic. tor tale by
Jul8. J. H. McOiLL.
win rr. & 1 ()i.oiii:n miiiitn
OPR Block of Plilru is now .complete, ranging In sis
from 14 to 18 i, ch-a in the neck. W can now fit every
sue, aud arrant ail the finer grades, Fur rale by
JCSl lo hand another invoice of seasonable Underwear
of Linen, tilk, Lisle thread, Causa Merino, Uaose
Cotion, and a variety of other at) lea.
July t. J. II. McGILL.
.m:i:k. xi 1:.
RKOFIVrn 'his dav a superb asaortmcnt of Tl. plain
Black Patin aud e-ilks , and a va iety of Fancr co ora.
JulyS, J. li. MculLL.
NOTIIES Invoice of Focks, varioua stylas, received
3 and fur 1
' sal by
J. U. McGILL.
IIVKO. AMU MAMIIMU COLLAUC.
A HNr.vOlE assortment of Collar, regular styles.
J. a. and a le w tmau M.
Mandma Collars, received by
J. 11. HCU1LU
8HIKT B0S0MJ AND TSAKL STUBS
ABMaLL lot of hand-oma rbirt Bosoms, and a supply
of beautiful Prail Muds, received and lor s.la by
Tit A Vtl.IMi Till Mils.
W aa yet a few bat quality (tola Leather Trunks
and Valiaaa, and a lot of cheaper style
J. U. HcGILL.
JCBT rwctvad a avail tot of light Ira Buckskin Gloves,
and a variety of other stylos lor saw by
J. 11. McGILL,
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Furnishing feiarw,
Juy 8- corner ol esjoara and College street.
RlCtm n per Meaner . P. IlibbeHT
Uants' iiue Calf Kid Ostord Tie, .t.lchad:
w " ' iairr,tipM;
P.Unl Leather Kid Top Oaitera;
m " " Ciota Tp i-vra da
English Lasting Plaia Uai ers,
Paieot Uattiw ant Call rnca Tiu;
, . . . " " Osfurds 4c. CO.
""T""6' Jons aauaGC.
S College at.
Gift 5ale of Books at Auction.
90 000 70L.CMIa fdr4 Wort, UI a
.JfJJJ fra ur sai at Aweuott law Nihi.
rt or Books wtu receive mii w.ia Mi
to b Ui.uiL uii aa swsi.
. C. BKCCK Aactloacr,
1a. X II V AU UAMS.
r WILL pap Cash for LAUD WAK&ANTH at say
r-o. wvutrrj atrvet. ia mj aiMcce apv'f W A. fc
aak'sa4. ifwblSJjri J. Q. tfcLLOwa,
HY THE NATIONAL LINE.
Report rnraiaked by the Associated Press.
Niw Oblian?, July 11 Tbe steamer Texas
brings 17 days later dates from Mexico. The Con
gress of the State of Vera Crua petitioned the Na
tional Congress to remove tbe duty on tobacco.
The local elections are generally favorable to the
Niw Yokk, July 13 An attack was made Sat
urday eight npoo the Metropolitan police at Se
guia s point. The oyst rmen and other who a
agaiust that locality for quarantine, participated. It
is supposed several of the assailants were killed and
Another riot took place last evening in 2d Ave
nue, between some Germans and the Metropolitan
police. One person was killed and another wound
ed. The steamer Thames has arrived from Greytown.
She reports two California ves3els cruising off Pun
ta Arenac, with 600 men, arms and ammunition for
Chicago, July 13. Curtis & Ballentjne's distil
lery has been destroyed by fire. Loss $30,000, do
Louisville, July 13. River receding with 4ft.
8 inches water in the canal, and 7J(t- ia tbe chan
nel to Cairo. Weather clear. Thermometer 89.
ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS.
The native troops murdered every officer they
could find at Delhi. It is supposed that Frazer,
the Commissioner, has fallen, together with many
men, women and children. The mutiny affected
no other stations.
Niw Tobk, July 13 The "Star of the West"
has arrived from Af-piowall, with dates to the 4th.
She brought $1,500,000 specie.
Tbe Granada sailed tbe same day for Havana.
The U. S. steamers Roanoke and Cyane wre off
Aspinwall. The latter was bound for Boston with
50 of Walker's soldier?, of whom two-thirds were
tick, and tbe former bad50 of the same.
Crops in Southern California were suffering seri
ously from drought.
Mr. Lane was t lected to Congress from Oregon.
Advices from Peru state that Viva nee still held
Areguipa, but was surrounded by tbe Government
troops, and would toon yield.
Nicaragua. Affairs were unsettled. Rivas re
fused to act in concert with the ailied Genarals. A
collision was expected between the Leon party,
who favored Walker, and the Cbamoristas.
California. Markets dull. Breadstuff's de
pressed. Prospects are good for average crops.
Mont-y inactive. Mining operations were active
and iargely it creasiog.
Nkvc York, July 13. Another serious riot oc
curred this afternoon. The Irish and Germans at
tacked the Metropolitan police in the Seventeeth
Ward with missies and fire-arms. Tbe police and
a squad sent to their relief were driven back. A
requteion was made on the military. A riot is an
Judge Roosevelt has dissolved the injunction
reetoring Conover to office of Street Commissioner.
The case was then taken before Judge Peabody,
who declined proceeding before hearing argu
ments. COM MEHCIAJL.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
Nabviixi, July 14, ls5T. (
Tobacco Since our last there have been 7 hhds of Tobacco
aold by Fisher, W heless A Co., at 11 66; 11 20; 12 80; 7 85;
9 15; 12 45.
Whsat There has been but little done in Wheat yet.
We heard yesterday of small sales at S0cf 100 per bushel.
Flolk Has receded. We now quote at f 6 5C($7 50 per
GROCiRikS No change in prices. Market dull.
AroPfTA, July 11, 1857.
What The receipts of the week amount to about 5.0CO
bushels, about half of which one of the city mills have
used, and most of the balxnce has been shipped. The ruling
price remains $1 25 for Red, and 1 5(1 fur White There
are heavy orders here from the North, not limited, and a
lot of good Wheat would to-day bring a quarter more than
we have quoted. But our figures are the standing offers of
our buyers, who furnish sacks. We bear of large quantities
of Wheat up the road, which may be expected in during the
next few weeks. If tbe Northern demand continues, as it
likely to do for some weeks, prices will not decline.
Coax More Corn has been received during the last few
days, but prices have not changed. We still quote 0 to
91 10 as tbe ruling figures, and transactions very small.
Charleston, July 10.
Wheat We have no transactions to report. The e
ceipts cf week, which comprise 50t'0 bushels, are being ship
ped. Ked is held at 1 7U(&1 8tc per bushel.
St. Louis market.
Et. Louis, June 26, P. M.
Wheat 120 sks common Spring 1 DO; rS do 1 06; 1135
do club, two lots, 1 15; 475 do private terms; li'5 do red 1 if;
654 red and white, private; 1S8 mixed 112; 223 good red
1 18; 15 white 1 85, sks returned.
THE ItlABKCTM It V TEl-KCItAPH.
Nkw Orleans, July 11. Sales of cotton to-day
400 bales ; full prices at yesterday's quotations.
Flour $6 80. Yellow corn 80c. Mesa Pork J 23
New York, July 13 Cotton firm. Orleans
middling 15. Flour $7 25 a $7 60. Wheat
Southern depressed; St. Louis white declined two
cents; Milwaukie Club $1 55. Corn 87a 83. Mess
Pork $22 50. Rio Coffee 12. Multaes and Beef
heavy. Lard an 1 Whisky firm. Bacon quiet.
Oils, Iron and Stock duIL Lead inactive.
Cincinnati, July 13. Flour f6 00 a $6 60. Rye
90 a 95. Wheat unsettled. Oats 60. Whisky
26. Bacou active; Shoulders 8 J a 9.
UltAND O I' E M N i UliiPLAV
OF FRENCH PATTERN
IVo. 32 Union Street,
AT THE KEW YOBS MIILIIfEEY EMPORIUM.
ri'llE largest as well as the cheapest stock of the above
A Uoods ever opened in this city. Our many customers
In tne city and throughout the Btat may rely on obtain
ing good bargains of
Flat and H.ts,
Ucad Dresses, Klhbons.and
Trimmings, French Fiowera,
Mantillas, i moroidrries,
Ladiai Dress Caps,
Patent Enteniion Fklrts,
Ladies Corsets, every style.
And a variety of other fancy Goods.
We are constantly reccivinar something new every day,
Plain and Fancy
IIAIU ULO.'VD, HOM1VETS AD HATS
Bleached and shaped tbe present style oy the new Italian
$Jtf Booneta or Hats that have failed other parties.
warranted toe aona "up urovo,' e mien street,
may 1 tf
rTUK nndersisned being co.upelled by law to attend at
A Knoxvllle on the Orst Moiiday In July, and for fifteen
days thereafter, to make settetueat with the Revenue
Collector of tatt Tennessee, the ottioe at the Capitol will
DC Cloned until his return. JiUUU LLTrrltLX,
Nashville, July 3, IS7. Comptroller,
Partnership heretofore existmsj between Drs.
Brlges A Morton. Is this Uy dissolved by mutual cen-
HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO
EECTIFIEES, LIQUOK MEECHAITTS A5D
Flavorings to Produce at a Moment's Kotice every
The odrr.lfrned has lately scad great improvements la
this branch of business. Tbe Flavoring, aie pot op in pack
as;sof 8, 10, an 1 40 Gallons, and nquir but the addition
of Pure spirit, either 1st or 4ih proof, asd Liquors, such aa
Ccfoae, either dark or pale, Holland and inaitshUIn, Ja
maica and rt. Croix Ram, Monongahela, Bourbon, Irish and
teotch Whisky, Aprle, Peach. Cherry and Ra-berry
Brandy, Port and Made!, a Wines w.ll b instantly produced
It requires no sk 11, but an adJn.on cf a tood spirit, say 60
gal'ons to earbgallon of the respective Flavoring-.
1 ha best Cog-uac Oil, green, ydiow anil white warranted
genuioe, as low aa any other Importer charges for the re
K aeaeea of every L'qoor. Fxtract of Cognac, 1 lb of
Eton prooucea uu s a lion ir Cognac.
Raw Whisky may by Dr. F."iar and body preparation ka
ma Is saiooth and with but a tr fl ng aspens.
The price of Flavorings ar exueiueijr moderate, aad dl
rvcuoas in full supplied by
dr. Lrna rtrcnTtfANQF.
CXmiM and Importer nf lruc; fiwiluil iiU and Af
talt, jAiffUrrtotyj4 and rhviogntpte CutmiouU.
143 !Mstltlesa L.atlnH w York
April 11 alwil v.
WlIULaUatALii: AMU Ur.T.tlL.
VO. 30 TXS105 ITSIXT.
CHOOKr.U la aw rcoclvug aad epeaing ala
spring Btock of
Merehaot and Mil!iaer wt-1 fnd R le their istorest I
give fcto a call, as Kia stock as far superior ) any kept to
in cty. As every n stcaa ahatooastitauit a eoespirt
saarttuent cf Xlil!mry Gva, tt Is BMicaa 10 euatuerai
arhJ . It ksnigb lor hi lady ewstoaaera to tsww U t Mrs
Crfaacr Mire ted U awrk, and wU a imv to b lir
M a4 MAtssi of ibetr puoa. Tt pab le may tm j upon
boaMUy d.ait sua, as k 4m txtia la hu ca
flUf fcli C'lIKIiSsU.
JOT relvd ky FUassboai LsnB
10 allP( i li, ar eUaaaruela.
tu k is. W. A. CbMH kaad.
t-0 bttla. iwl C8 Ciier.
t btii. (.bto-pagn C4r.
luo ua. mu fa UyMra, warraaud la kp all
Parties aiuuif la efer ala U 4th ef July, eaa be a
CameUld wtih sire iU aad ethev aM.ry articlcA
lor that gtt e.atua, b J. 0, 6.uii.SfiyJl,
in a i, I all. itoday.
Nervous and Llbenmatic AxTectlona.
"We hava aned this medicine oars elves, and la many
cases with tbe grea teat inccesa. The most celebrated of
ur German Physicians are recommending It. During this
changeable weather, while rrost persona are troubled with
nervous and rheumatic affections, it will be found a valua
ble remedy. StaaU Zeitung.
Eclloway'a Fills Indigestion produces emaciation,
debility, inpineneas, and rheumatic decay. Unless the
stomach is vigorous tbe blood will be depraved, and the
whole organisation must suffer. Aa this remedy will cure
in iigesiion in all ita forms and phases, aicknesa from such
a cause is Inexcusable.
Bold at the manufactory. No. 80 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all druggists, at 25c., C2Xc"and SI per box. 80
""Woodland Cream " -d Pomade for btcmiifying the
Hair highly periumed, superior to any French article
imported, and for hah the price. For dressing Ladies Hair
it has no equal, giving it a bright glossy appearance. It
oaases Gentlemen's Hair to carl in tbe moat natural man
ner. It removes dandraff, always giving the hair the ap
peasanee of being fresh sbampooned. Price only fifty cents.
Nonfc genuine nnlesa signed
FET RIDGE k CO., Proprietors of the
"Bairn of Thousand Flowers.
Bold by all Druggists. Nsw Yobk.
The only remedy for Consumption which experience baa
proved reliable, HEGF.MAN, CLARK k CO '8, (lata Bush
ton, Clark k Co.,) PCRE AND GENUINE 00D LIVER
OIL. It has stood the i st of ten years with increasing
popularity, and proved efficacious where others have failed.
See that yoo get Hegeman, Clark k Co 's, for since the
death of our Mr. Rushton, an article called "Kuthion"
has been introduced, in no way connected with R. C. A Co.,
or H. O. k Co.
Sold by EWIN k BROS., JO. G. BROWN, and Druggists
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every Bummer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case lor 75
cents, by the use of TUCXXE'S CH0LEBA SYRUP,
which ha been tested by the best physioians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the moat effectual
remedy now in nee. It has performed more astonishing
curea than any other specific A human life can be saved
in nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
For ia e by KERNAN a BAINS and T. WELLS, Drug,
gisj. apr24 6m
105 HEDICAL PEEPRATIOffS
FOR THE CURB OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The underrigned, having been appointed sols Agent for
Nashville, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom
mended tn "Dr. Freese'a Combined System of Practice, for
Physicians and Families," would respectfully offer them to
such of our citizens aa need a rektoratinc to health.
These preparations are compounded from the recipes of
the most celebrated Physician and Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure every tnoun dittate, that is at
all within tbe reach of remedies. These Preparations have
been tested for years by Profetsor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have been found Invariably effectual.
For further particulars, see Dr. Freese Combined Sys
tem of Practice, together with Cards, Posters, Ae.
Both the Book, Medicine Chests, and Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at his Drug Store, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEECH,
No. 20 Eewanee Building, College st.,
junelS 6m. Nashville, Tenn.
Worth of Piece Goods just received, comprising an ex
tensive stock of Cloths of various colors and of the finest
texture ; also. Black and Fancy French, English and Amer
ican Casslmeres and Vestings in the greatest variety. All
adapted to the Spring trade and made np to order in the
Habtit" is still at his board.
mil CLIFTON k ABBOTT.
MANDFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AND LADIES' FURS,
IVo. 23 Public Square,
Fummer styles and summer weather,
For once haare come together.
GENTLFMKN will please call and examine those beau
tiful styles of DRESS HATS, iu?t introduced at the
bat Emporium of A. J. FRANCI8C0,
juneoU. No. 23 Public Square
SLTE COI.OUEPi and several New ft vies of
the Fashionable chape CASSIMfRE HAT for the hot
weather. Just received at A.J. FRANCISCO'S,
I uneSO. No. SS Public Square.
NEW AMlUDAUTIIUli STYLES.
NEW and beautiful colors of the Soft Hat, appropriate
for the extreme bot weather, just opened at
rpilOSK FINE FRENCH VELVET
X HATS, 80 much sought after, no imitation, but
a genuine article, just received at '
VANA.TIA AND LKfiHOlCN HATS.
TE have just opened a fresh supply of STRAW GOODS
V V for tbe Summer, consisting of Leghorn, Panama,
Canton, British, and Leghorn of every description for men
boys and children at FRANCIMCO'8
CIIILDHEN'S FANCY SIKAWS, in end-
less variety, at the Fashionable Hat Store of
Jnne30. No. 83 Public Square.
CHE A THA M COUNTY, TENNESSEE.
THIS popular and favorite resort Is now open for the
reception of visitors. We bave the service of the best
servants and tboe who bave had much experience in their
several duties. The pleasure-seeker and the invalid each
shall have every attention they may require; suffice, much
care w ill be laktn to rerder this season tbe paragon. Tbe
superior medical properties which mark tbe White, Black,
and Urey Sulphur fprlng-, axd Sulphur and Chalybeate
Springs are recognised by thoe who have kit their bene
ficial Influence. We bave engaged the celebrated Cotillon
Player, Jordan, and his Band, from Nashville, ton ni
mbus will leave the Sewanee House Tuesday, Thursdays,
and Faturdays lor the Spring.
JunelS la. KRtlDER k JONES. .
IM. SINGER k CO., have opened an office, at 4, Public
. Square, Nashville, for the sale of their celebrated "ow
ing Machine. Those who wish to purchase Sewing Machine
which they can depend upon, may do so at the above place.
It is generally admitted by all who have ued dewing Ma
chine that finger's are superior to all others. Tbey can be
used on all fabrics, such as Muslin, Linen, Cloth, Cotton, or
Leather, by merely changing the Needle and'hread. They
will work with spool loiton, t-ilk, or Thread. 1 be ma
chine wwrk taster; are more durable and simple than any
oilier. Tbey are warranted to do what they ar represent
ed. Singer' Machine is an established fact. C ail and sea It
in operation at 46, Public equaxe, Nashvilie.
. 1. M. SINGER k CO.
Being a practical Machinist, I am prepared to fix all Ma
chine, of dinger's that may (by acciJooi.) get out of order.
aprT. V P. FOY, Agent.
WE AIIE NOW
PREPARED TO FILLJORDERS FROM
1000 to t.ooo vm iw
ernes, so. is, ratuo E471&X,
LADIE4 Lart D'MsTrankjt
UbU' Now 1 evitie sthv Truck;
' Vafacca, Ae. AVe.
Jwt rvceived fey Jail.t RAVAGE,
jaecll. 43 C:iee st.
Juaa D. Jasit, Frest. D. JVaa, Cahiir.
BANK OF C03LMEIICC
Dals la aJffct aad tle Bi!U, Gid a&4 SHvwr aad Cbear
rat Baak hot, nast evtUetraa ta all part; th .
try, :.! it tn k. -I ul( fnz iit Laud arraais
ssd pay Uus ea liejww'.M. janli.
ILOCS tsa barreU viUa FamCy Fiear Jat rv4 a4
M saie by fcUtL A C J.
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES
LELLYETT, EWING & CO.
fS WEDSE8DAT, JULY 18th, at 10 o'clock, we will
oner ror saie, at auction, at our warebocsa, on Mar
ket street :
40 hhds N. O. Sugar; 100 Ib's L'quor.; -
100bb! Befinrd Suear; SOOhx. Glasfware:
450 bags Bait. Rio Coffee; 10U.(Km Ciiars, various br'ds:
ni I v 1 - f. . n . -. . . '
u Dajrs v a uo fiiixeg nails;
100 boxes X X boxes Star 100 riot Buckets;
80 bxs Herrings; 2 bx Tobacco;
60 coils Manilla Rope; S0,fXi0 Percursion Caps;
20 do Jute do ' 1 00 gross Matches;
IS do Hemp do 85ti bxs Soap.
40 do Cotton do
With miDy other articles usual in our line of business
Nashville, July 8.1S5T. LELLYKTT, EWING A CO.
LARGE TIMS SALE OF GROCERIES ATA VCTIOJS
Hart, McCrea & Co.
WE will sell on Thursday, the 18th inst., at 10 o'clock,
in front o f our Warehouse, No. 7, Market street, a
large assorted stock of groceries, consisting of
f5 hhds Sugar, fair to choice; 25 " G.trrett's Sct'h Snuff,
CO bbls crushed and Powd'd 50 COO Cigars, of all grades;
5 cases Sardines:
15 packages MolaKf ;
175 bags Rio Coffee;
25 " Laguyra and
25 boxes Tuck? ;
S5 " Smoking Tobacco;
7 cases Wood Box Matches;
85 pro's Blacking;
250 kegs assorted Nails, best 25 t-x-Claret;
40 blU Pike' Mag. Whisky;
5 " Cheooweth's do
40 " Orange Valley do
45 " Williams W lite do
50 " Old Whiskys, assorted
150 boxes Star Candles;
25 " Summer Mould do
60 Ex. Family Soap:
85 Tobacco, choice
Also Pepper, Spice, Soda, Rice, Indigo, Wooden Ware,
Demijohns, assorted Glassware, sc., ic.
The above goods will be sold freely and without reserve
in lots to suit purchasers.
Terms For all sums under J200, cash; ail sums over
9200 sixty days time for approved endorsed notes payable
in bank. HAKT, McCREA A CO.
Nashvdle, July 9, 1S57 td.
ON SATURDAY, THE 13 h inst . at 10 o'clock in the
morning, we will offer for cash in front of our store,
50 hhds Snsar:
fO bbls Smith's old Reserve;
10 bags F pice;
f 00 reams Wrapping Paper;
t0 0(0 erman Cigars;
50 bbls Loaf aud Cr'd Sugar;
100 bag Rio Coffee;
2)K) bxs Star Candles;
zuu cos Bar Soap;
20 cases Patrid;e Matches;
tuu ddis rise' Whisky;
With sundry other articles in the erocery line.
FISH FR Willi pjj a nn
Ju)y9. Successor to Johnson, Horne A Co
TIME SALE OF GROCERIES
Morris & Stratton.
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 22ND, 1857, ft
10 o'clock, we will offer at Auction, in front of our
Store on Market street, a large and well-selected stock ol
5u hhds choice fN O 3ngars;
200 boxes Star and Tallow
60 bxs Starch;
63 do Tobacco, various
400 bxs 'lssware,a-'ted;
6 bbli Cider Vinegar;
200 bbl Whisky, all brands;
si 00 claused do
250 bbls choice reboiied Mo
lasses; 50 bbls N OLoaf Sugar:
250 bags Rio CoBee;
2ir0 kegs Nails, best brands;
75 doa Painted Buckets;
60 casks Soda;
With other articles to make a complete sale.
Terms of Sale:
AH sums under (300, Cash; all sums over $300 and un-
oeri,Nu, on days, and all sums of 1.000 and over 90
aaysior approved endorsed notes, payable in one ol the
City Banks. lulylO. MoiUtli A STRATTON.
CITY CLOTHING STORE,
Frcsli J rxrvck,lm
Of Spriug aud Summer Goods.
JIAHKET STREET, Naaliville, Tcnn.
I I AYING lately refitted and enlarged our establishment.
a A and received a large addition to our former extensive
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
We can fill all orders for Clothing on tbe shortest notice
at prices mat win suit an purchasers.
Our stock of
Heady Made Clothing:,
is now complete bom for Gentlemen's and Bovs wear, and
we uoouucuiiy ueneve in at wecan give general satisfaction
to all who will give us a call. M. SULZBACUER. Ag't.
CRESSON &, CO.'S
MODEL CLOTHING BAZAAR
NO. 25 CEDAS ST., NASHVILLE,
MIRCUANT TAILORS and dealer in Ready-made
made Clothing and Furnishin; (ioods, bave just re
ceivea a magninceni assortment or
Vine IMcce oois,
Consisting of French Cloths, Cascimerea and Testings of
every snaae ana color, wntcn we win make up to order in
tbe best manner and at the ihort-'t notice always on
banrl a complete assortment of K&ADY-MAUI CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
All of which we offer to our friends and the public gene
rally, at tbe LOWEST PRICED june2.
DAKEIII, CO!FECriO.AUV, Ac.
CHARLES ROBERTSON, (late of tbs firm of J. G. A C.
W Konertson, broad s'.reet,) continues hi business at No.
17, Market street, (opposite Morris A Stratton's.) where
he is prepared tu execute and fill all orders in all the
branches of Baking. Confectionary, Ac.,wlth which he may
be favored, lii materials are fresh and of tbe be -t quali
ty, and be flatter himself, that he can give the most per-
1 eel aatuiaeuon. Me will sell oy wholesale or retail, and
order from a distance ar lolicitrd. lie returns gralef I
thanks for th large patronage I e ha heretofore received,
and pledge himself to merit a couliuuance of the same.
Champagne and Sweet Crab Cider
A f bbls of the above In store;
JVJQ bbls Peacan Nub;
SO bbls Soft bhell Almonds;
10 bbls English Walnuts, all fresb:
10 bbls Cream Not;
1 doa New York Ale Pump;
iu eoxe Lmons;
100 boxts E D. Cheese , in rood order;
100 boxes O. B. " " "
For sal bv
July 1, 186T.
Xcw Ice Cream
F i w k u x t; x x ,
T7"EEP9 eonatantly on band a fine assortment of Coo
AV fectionarie. Fruit, Cigars, Ale, ae. He will, lo,
during the season keep a supply of ICE CRE tM, of the
best quality. II respectfully ask a ahar of public pat
SUTstllES A&TD WINTEa TURHIP SEED.
JCST received, from D. Landreth'a Nursery, a supply of
Summer and Wiater Turnip Seed. For sat low by the
pound. (janel7. B. 8. WELLKR, Br.
A HL'TIltED tllVSICIA.V.
Whose sands of Ufa have nearlv run out nv
eredwhlicia the East Indie, a certain ear for Coa
sumption. Asthma, Bronchitis, Cough. Cokta, and Gene
ral LMbilit. Th remedy was diaeovered k blm vkia
kia only child, a daughter, waa siren ub lo di. lie bad
,eard mech of lb. wonderful restorativ and heahn
ejualitle of pr e para tioo mad from th Kat India Bap,
and the thought cocarrod to him that b Bslght mak a
remedy tor bt child. II atudird hard aad suoceeded la
realiaiog bis wishes, fdisehud was cured, and t now alive
ad well. M baa since administered tbe voederful nai
dy to thousand of sufferer ia all parte ol th werid, aad
b baa never f.iled la snaking them completely beaithy
aad happy, Ai-hmg to do a much good a poMible, b
will send losueh of hi afflicted fellow beings a reqat It,
this recipe, with full and cxp.lcit direettoo fur snaking n
ap, and suooasalu ly using U. lis require) each applicant
to inclose him on shilling three eeou to be r turned a
postage on the recipe, and the remainder to b applied to
Uie pajfuwa w uw wiTcruM imoi. suurtii
DR. U. JAMS'
No. If Grand St., Jersey City, W
tat ta I
i. Tn I
W. B. ur. a. ibh a a neuncr omce nor eg
Nsw tork, as soma have pretend! aad a4vrtisd.
icceiptl cent from ao ruaca bat No. l brand street.
Jersey City, I. Jersey.
JaaelO. mayt dawSmJna.
Nasbville to Beaver Dam Springs.
rpni andrignd are new running a sx-XTi, Ov-"-i
X r.lrlia of FoC HORsE rjT
COACUCS, TO BEAYIR DAM tFKl.Ntii, (.ulUlt.( om
Hinday, W dnly and Fndsy , uh tbe fdoraiDf Train
ef Car tb Immmw k Aiabaata Railroad, at Tbs
sea'ssWpoi. Fare Irosa NaabvUie to twin lara t prtsgs
iua.S-xsa. CARTES. TUOslAS I10CG3.
TBI sob-eriber are prepared te farcUb tbe eiiise l
Na.br ale. u lea, tf m b ejuahtr. i Lis ,.
Cberry trl, opposite lb Fot ante. 1 hi lew u pel ap
a FataOtte li.lt, a n4 m jaJ le any evcrerwrbt ir
ik. suayli-M w. T. UAaaatr k CO.
FLAJJTgBiS ilM.Tfiv., I
Nacixa. Jy 1, isjr. f
TI1!3 Bauk baa declared a 4JVKnd l 6 p-r aval t ef
sue praAt lb st ssnatb, and pr wi of
the surplas prweta.aaakiag tfr cant nyalt W ts huxrt-
buer n xaaJaA. P. wtiVtl,
luiS 1. Cab4r.
BiTI jutt reewlved ibe aM4 sapwrior Cow B'l Tr7
aSertd t aaie ia U- saafkai. CH. U'mr, tof U
ijaosa.j c a. aaa.ao,Er,
QIIIItT IIOVU7X9 We bave now atperbM ,
IJ frseomm lor etutcv. ef tfctns baadtoooalf dtroiJef.
4. Fersaie.by Majl J. 11. AicuiLL.
T3E Subscriber having on hand an un
usually large Stock of PIANO FORT K8,
for the Summer trade, will offer esdra in
ducements either tor cash or four months
paper, ( n'.eres", onlv added.)
Those in need of a No. 1 Instrument,
would do well to give me a call. Every
Piano sold by me ia fully warranted.
Also A large Stock MutioU Merchandise
and ?bee- Music; amongst which can be
found the beautiful songs: Gent e Annie,
Maggie by my Side, Old Play Ground, What
dost thou, Oh wandering Dove, Ac, Ao.,
Waltsea, Ranunculus, Rose-bud, Sagalh
eridan, Ac Polkas May Queen, Hesita
tion, Minehaha Lovers' Letter Box, Crystal,
Ae. Come and see, at No. 83, Union
June 22. JA3. A. MoCLCRE.
ANC 1 FARM FOR SALE.
IHE undersigned win sell to tbe blghest bidder, on tbe
A- Public Square in the town of Franklin, Williamson
county on MONDAY, THE 89TH INST.. on a credit of 4,
6 and 13 months, notes payable in bank, well endorsed, and
a lien retained, 16j acres of as good land a tbe tate of
Tennessee affords, la the heart of tbe celebrated Perkins
settlement. About f 5 acre of taid land is well timbered,
tbe remainder in a I igh state of cultivat on. It is situated
on tbe West Harpeth turnpike road, mile west of Frsck
lin, adjoining the lands oi N. K. Perkins, J. B. Davis, 8.
thy, A. Brown and J. Hamilton.
Person desiring a gocd Fa m In one of the mo't healthy,
locations In the State, would do well to call upon the under
signed, who will take a pleasure in ahowing the premises,
or any information desired can be obtained by calling upon
Dr. J. W. Morton, No. 8d Cedar atreet, Nashville.
ED. O. COOK.
K. M. EWING,
July 6 td. Agent.
HOUSE AND LOT FOll SALE.
I AM offering for sale, privately, a Bouse and l ot,
situated on Broad street, a few doors above Sum
mer; fronting 81 X feet on Broad, running back 165
feet to an alley. The house contains 7 rooms in the main
building, with Kitchen, bath-houe, smoke-house. Ac. We
will give a bargain in tbe above rroperty, and our terms
shall be easy. K. R. GLASCOCK, Agent.
junelS. No. 67, Cherry sU
HOUSE AND LOT FOU SALE.
I HAVE a beautiful House and Lot on Crawford , .
street, all lu good order, which I am instructed TTX
to sell positively. Tbcse in want of a borne, cheap, Jij.
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,
Junel2. No. 67 Cherry at.
IltlPIlOVED CITV PROPERTY FOR
A VALUABLE House and Lot en Church st.
XJL fronting 81 feet on said street, running back
iou, n . or oi icet, ana i co aeep, wito a front or in rt
on Spruce street. Thii is a valuable piece of prop-
ertv, and located in the finest neighborhood in the
ana win ne sola on liberal terms, inquire or
S. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
JunelS. No. 67 Cherry at.
LOTS No?. 61,63,99 and 100, In Preston Hay's sddl
tion to Nashville, fronting 64 feet on Polk street, run
ning back 160 feet. A bargain will be given in these lots.
A TWO STORY BRICK, containing 6 or 7 rooms. Tbe
lot fronting 89f feet, and running back 107 feet to an
alley. This is very desirable property, and situated a
short distance 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 i located In thriving portions
of the City, an d persona desirous of making purchase at
a bargain, will call on E. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
Janeli. No. 6T, Cherry st.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE.
WE are authorized to sell the following lands on liberal
terms: bO acres on Brown's Creek, IX miles from
the corporation of Nashville, adjacent to the lands of West
H. Humphrey., Gov. A. V. Brown, George Allen and Felix
R. Rvns. The late residence of Mrs. Ursula Rains. Soil
excellent; 8 or 4 never-failiug 8prings; a good Orchard; two
story Brick Dwelling, with 3 or 4 rooms, and many out
house. W will sell the entire tractor divide to suit pur
QQ8 ACRES, lying on the east side of the KolensvDl
J 04 Turnpike, 3 mi es out; lies very well; about 10 acres
timber, balance cleared ; soil of the very best quality; cot
tage building; part of the Ridley Traot; now owned by N.
V Corbitt, adjacent to Capt. Joiner, Wh.tjett, and
C O ACRF8 on the east side of the Nolensville Turn
O pike; 8 miles from the Corporation; (the Goodwin, .
Menifee place,) fronting on both the Noiensville, and M i.
Creek Valley TuropUes; lies very well; soil good; a nun,
bir of fru.t trees; good Spring, a large Frame Dwelling
with 6 or 6 rooms, and all neceuary out-house.
1 i Q ACRES, on both side of th Nashville k Chatta
I'-kC nooga Railroad, 18 miles from Naihville, at th
first station west of Lavergne, 65 acres choice timber, 8.
cleared; bes level: good soil; good water; a good two ator
Frame Dwelling, with 8 rooms, stables, kitchen, smoke
bouse, and all other necessary cabins.
The dwelling is about 3u0 yards from the depot or station .
and 40 yards North of the railroad. Occupied at prcaen
by Mr. Biown.
BOTJT 820 Acres, on both sides of Big Harpeth river
IS miles West of Nashville, and t miles Eaatof King
ton's Springs; the Nashville and Northwestern Railroa
crosses near the center ol the traot; about 180 acre clear
cd; balance good timber; toil gocd; 4 or 5 never failing
fpring ; good Orchard; neighborhood very good. Collage
build ng; the late residence of Geo. P. Woodward, decd.
1 fZIJ ACRES on the Liberty road, one mile east of th
XKJ I town of Franklin, in Williamson county, X taU
ajui of the Tenn. A Ala. Railroad, 110 acre cleared, aoi
mostly very good; 6 or 8 good rpringt; Dwelling a tw..
story log-houte, weatherboarded and painted, with 6 gooe
rooms, kitchen, smoke-bouse, Ac, the lat re-idence
Mr. Walker. AU on most accommodatin terms. Appli
to NANCE k WOODWARD.
May 28, 1857.
SHERIFF'S SALE. '
BT virtue of two fieri facias to me directed.and deliver
from the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson county,
Tennessee, al its May term, 1S57, I will expoce to public
ale to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court-house
yard gate, In the City of Nashville, on 8ATURDAI. THE
16TU DAV OF JULY, 1657. aU the right, title, claim, in
terest and estate which John C. McLemore then had, or
may have since acquired in and to the following described
tract, piece, parcel or lot of ground, lo-wit; a part of Lot
No. 14d, In tbe original plan of tbe eity of Nashville,
and bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning on the
corner of Gay and Spruce street In said city, running
thence with the line of Spruce street in a Southerly direc
tion, 126 feet 8 inches to tbe corner ol a part of said Lo
heretofore sold to John k Samuel blacker, thenoe at righ
angle with said Spruce street 180 feet to a stone, thencs
parallrlwith said Spruce street in a Northerly direction
16 feet 8 inches to Gay street, thence with the line of
Gay street la a westerly direction tSO feet to the begin,
nmg, being levied on as th property of John C. McL
more, to satisfy Judgments rendered in favor of James k
Joseph Woods, Ex'r of Kobt Woods and V. K. Stevenson,
against said McLemore.
JOHN K. IDM0N80N, Sheriff,
June 12, 1857. BT R, H. CAMPBELL, D. 8.
R. S. H0LLIITS & CO.,
HAVE removed to thir new Ctore-bouae, No. 4, on tbe
North side of the Public Square, in block of buildings
known a th Nashville Inn block, next koor to Metara,
Evan A Co , where tbey would be pleased to see their cus
tomers, and wait oa them with a good aad cheap Block of
Shoes, Boots and Mat.
Nashville, June 17-lm. ana
I AM daily expecting six tour aors power Ohio and
Pennsylvania superior Threshers.
July 6. B. 8. WILLER.
"Wheat Fa ii a.
JUST received ten of Banborougb elebrnted Wheat
Fan. Jt I. th be.t Fan new ia use and ae mistake.
I warrant these Fans.
July b. B. 8. WELLES.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY!
JASPER COCyTY ACADEMY LOTTERY, BY AU
TltORITY OF THE STA TE OF GEORGIA.
T EMEMBER tbi Lottery has only 15,000 Numbers let
-v than any Lou ery ia th world.
SATURDAY SMALL SCHEME, lo be drawn in pnblle ,
at Macon, lis. under tht sworn superintend co of Oo i
Gee. M. Logan and W.C. And.rsoa, Esq.
Evcrr Salurdar in July 18&7 15,OOC
CAPITAL PRIZE, 12,OOOI
Second Prize, ft.OOO!
V ' Friaes payable without deduction- JECS
C laaa 32 draws JJuIr 4th, 1857.
33 11 tl.
m 34 m t isiis,
35 44 SStb,
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C1 do of 100 are fi,uo
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Ticket It. Halve ti, QaarUra it.
Certificate of Package el T.a Ticket are aold at tbe
loLowing rale, which 1 lb rk:
! whole Ticket ft
10 Half Ticket , jt
10 Quarter Tickets 4
Bank Note of aoaad Hanks Ukea a4 par. Check est
Sew Yri resented for triMS. Address orders foe Tmk l
or Ceruteet of Paoka- ef Tick to
ANDtRiON k HOX, Manager. Maeen.ci.
tW Order tor Ticket addres4 lo G. . WINTEt.
Bo eo2, KaahviUe, Tena., will fc promptly euaded
to. AXDkfcJOS A BUS, itu,,r,
J'F fctacoa. 0a.
1 flO nOfl BCHEL8 WHEAT WANTED,.
AUtriUUil Uverwd A asy Move by feHaot h-y.
ferwtiscB the biiboe eaarkM price wUl be paid. (Wad
w C. BASTDT.
?- M. CoOeg w.
rpnrst Sea'- fH fro H lb., to lour ton, tbe or.
X Urn ba awarded ibm ever FairbaAk's aad
vber. and have galoed a repuiaUoa above au ecai ta
oa. Tbev are ao ewaslrwrud as lo vr rt oat ef orer
and are warraamd lo W a kicg aa ibe iicksr thai u.v
areacloa, Faraaora and boata anoa wuitag .
too lbB cain cu do ao by eaiung al
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. M Co'Wsw a. , Naabviae'Tea a.
a CHA5C2 res r nam 42X2 iTS-rsrrrT.
I AH (Krwe3rtn( tor sale, rVku lo mtm:ttv,JV
TICK A GALnAaUrUB CATION rkii fUMti,
nblcb la believed lo mparts lo any i3pioett af
Cbjo now bwioie th pabhe lor iftal psrM. turn diauao4
tut Uu saachio ssuat b aaUetved, aad fcff-rs a Co
portaoily lur u( ag!ng ta a prvatl tusua ',r tu
la-r taluriaUMa Md.o, 11. I- JCaflC a.
jui-a. GsNxiiavUM, fna.
HrrSS.lSd beAW. , L'bo, a a:ld nH
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Ca Bread e ay.
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
No. 21 Public Square.
ABE In receipt of a fine stock of
Gents Calf Oonrrea Gaiters ;
" Oxford Tie ;
" Fine Patent Leather Oonsrei Gaiter;
" " Oxford Ties;
" " " and Oalf low-quarter Sboos ;
O alf Pomp Sole Boots,
ALSO. A good assortrrent of Boys and Tenths', of
every style aud quality, all of which are offered low for
cash at No. SI Public Sqnare.
Jnne3. BNTPER k FRIZZELL.
I XTTLL find at SNTDER k FRIZZELL's a boantl'ul as-
V sortroent of Gaiter, Slippert. Kid Boot and Bus
kin. Also, for Misses and Children, a general assortment
of Shoes, cheap for cash. Call' at No. SI Public Square.
Jon-H. SNYDER A FRIZZELL.
(Suecesaor to Robertson A Dashiell,)
NO. 14 COLLEGE STREET,
SIG OF THE KEGUO.
The only Cash Store in NashTille.
WE are now receiving our Spring assortment of Boots,
8hoes, Ac, and propose selling them at tbe lowest
price for CASH. Our stock consists in part of tbkftl)ow.
Ladies Heeled Last. Gaiters, plain and tipped:
do do aide and front Laeef,
do Reeled Kid and Morocco Bootees;
do Welt do do;
Misses' Last, Gaiter, all styles:
do Morocco and Kid Pnmp Bootees;
do do Welt do;
Childrens Kid and Morocco Half Ties;
do do Bootees;
Ladies Kid IoetteSHpper;
do Velvet and Lasting Slippers;
do Kid Buskins.
Gentlemen's Super Stitched Calf Boots;
do do Pump do; i
do Calf Pegged Boots.
Boy's and Youth's Calf and Kip Boots;
Gent's Cloth Congress Gaiters;
do Last. do;
do Low quartered Pat. Shoe;
do Calf and Pat. Oxford Ties.
We have a large assortment of Trunks, Valises, Carpet
Bags, Hat and Bonnet Boxes, every style usually feaad i
Also, a large assortment of Hats for Plantation nse. Soft
C as si mere lints. Spring style. We are determined to of
fer inducemen U to Cash purch aser.
marrh3 BRADSHAWJ A RUTLAND.
1857. METE0P0LITAN STORE. 1857.
W. A. & j. gTmcclelland
ARE now In receipt ol the largest and most magnificent
Stock of Spring Goods, it has ever been their pleasure
to offtr to the trade, selected with great car from first
elasa Importing Houses of the Atlantic cities. From our
long experience in the retail buMnes in Nashville beiug
the oldest established firm in the city we feel every confi
dence in saying that we are prepared to offer to cash or
punctual buyers greater indnceaenta than they can find
Our stock I made up of the greatest Novelties, most de
sirable styles, and of the bet Fabrics of the Season. All wo
ask of buyers is to give our sto:k a careful examination, to
satisfy themselves that they can save money by buyidg
from us .
Our Stock s too I arge and comprises too much variety te
Our Stock of Fancy Drosa Silks is unusually large and at.
tractive, tn prices ranging from fifty cents pe yard to fiflF
dollars a pattern.
In black Silks we have all the best makes tn flro da
Reine., l.usteringa. Bona and Mourning Tadela, which we
ere offering at lower prioes than can be bad at any other
French Organdies and Muslins.
We have tbe roost elegant stock' of French Organdie la
tbe market at very low prices.
Elegant French Organdie and Muslin Kobe.
Muvimsand Jaconets in endless variety, cheaper than
eer offered in this market.
We have everv thing complete in this department.
White Goods, Kinbroideries, &c
In this line we know we have tbe largest and most com.
plete variety to be found in the eity. and at prices exceed
We bave many kind of White Goods, mannfaetnred to
order exclusively for our own sale.
Linens, Damasks, Towels, &.C.Q
We have all th best makes In these goods, in great va'
rlety and at astonishing low prices. We have a small lot as
those Patent LI a? tic Bui.h Linan for Ladles wear.
Curtain Goods, &.c, &c.
Satin Lalnes, TJnion Damanka, Lace and Embroidered Mas
11 n Curtains, Window Shades, very fine, Dfuggeti, Matting
Parasols and Shades, &c.
We have the bet stock of Parasols, Shades, and Cmbrellas
ever seen in this market. "
5,000 Dozen Hosiery.
We have in store the largest and most elegant stock of
Hosiery ever seen in this market, in silk Lite, Sandal, Laoe,
and Cotton, for Ladies, Misses and Children, Men and boys
cheaper than ever known.
White and Roff Pique and Brilliantes for Bssqnes.with
Linen and Cotion, Fringes and While Cotton Galloon for
AprilS W. A. k J. Q. MoCLELLAND
R. C. M'NAIRY &, CO,
NO. 65 COLLEGE STREET.
HAVE determined In future to keep up a fun and ele
gant stock lb whol year round so that persons visit
ing the city can have tfeir Want (applied at all seasons,
and they are now receiving their SECOND LARGE 1M
Bought In New Tork since th heavy decline in prims, and!
are prepared to do better for their friend than at any
oiher Ime in the history of their buslne, being able to
sell many descriptions of goods now at less prices than we
paid for them early In tbe season.
In DRESS GOODS, we have an elegant assortment ef
And all fabric! by tbe yard at prices far below their nsual
value. We have also reduced the prices of the old stock oa
hand and can now supply "the mlllicn" with elegant
Dresres at a small cost. W Invite particular attention to
the reduction in price of our Silk Stock and aa tMiawtUy
larg ttock of low priced Ma alms. Lawns, A., Ao.
hummer iliailo In great variety, very pefty
and new, also a few for snournin.
Lace Ac iriualln Mantlet) aa elegsat assort
ment, also a Urge lot at very low prices. Lace Manilas at
(Tern t up,
BOT8 WEAR, IRISH LIVENS,
PRINTS, GINlr H AMU,
PLANTATION GOODS, iO ,AC
Iloalerr of all kind.
(loves, all rise, s tries and qualities.
OIL CLOTHS, STRAW MATTIXGS, CABPBTISG8
We ar now receiving tbe largest stock ever brought to
thl city, about SOU pieces, among which may be loond ev
ery thing from th common st to the most elegant, together
with oriotcd Druggets, Crumb Cloths, Rogs, Mats, Stair
Linens, Rods, Ac, Ac, aud all al the very lowest posble
MavST. R. f . MeNAIHY k Co. .
I. o. sicaouioa.
I. C. NICIIOLSON & CO.
J are bow in receipt of our Spring Stock ef Staple
And being desirous or closing th.m out very soon, w feel
confident we can make it to th interest of buyers to give
us a call. W lak gr.at pains la selecting our good, and
feel sure w can suit every body in every thing. Our fa
cilities for buying goods are equal to any eihr merchant
In the eity and w ar sur w ar willing la put op with
at small a profit aa any.
Our stock u mad up of all the latest stjlas e Dreea
Goods, such as
Rich Flounced Silks;
- Moire Antique Silk.
" plaid and Striped Silk;,
M Plaid of a variety of oolore;
Flounced Orgaadie MuaUn.
- " Berages;
Figured Orgaadi MasMn;
French Meslia, plaia aad Sgnred:
Scotch Moil ins and Jaconet, plaia and figured.
Common do do de do.
We bave a complete assortment oi lfaaUUaa, Capes,
Shawls and Soarni.
For geatutmeak, we bave Cloth. Casslmeres, Vesting,
Linen. Duck enjt Drilling; Plaia and Fancy Cravats,
Collars, Uoaiery, Ae.
We can furnish tbe pubri generally with all kinds f
Linen and W bite Good of vry dascripti en.
Swum w kep an excellent stocs of Srvanta Goods,
Ooltonades, f laid and Btnpod Otnaburgi, Plaid Dosno.
We can particular attention to ear atock ef Hosiery for
IsvJat and children.
la 'set every thing usually kept ia a No. 1 Hans.
MsrcLiS I. C. NICHOLSON A CO.
H. B B tar yoa !! at No. FuOlte aquar.
J. U. C13llY,
Funeral Uiulcr taker.
I AM prepar.d t furnUh OofBo of every !t0o
from the fine CaU.t lo the plain.! Sarvaal
rtbr whl avarythieg aecaary aw fua.rai Ai
bft at ssy War Root., Deader street, a
Cp aad Cp L very Biabi. b.t.oa V"'
etroet. will roceiv my prompt atwauoa aotb day aa
lnlture repaired et taa4s W ed.r t. .
meat! TTheat ! !
W win S nor) buiaU prime nJ RJ Wheat,
K whi-b 'hl P t naf M4 cmrg.ueia,
Hvera at our uhJl as fcLo.s ;
Nasbvite. ' M .1 fjc pom Whttt above
Tea eeei um Ar exim Mad.larraavaa
prisM lUrA. ""t ,,,1,00, Wa.o Amber aat
bt - tt ,u 4 vr ii. etce
tot ao . "
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anacrs as Blue Btta ar
M uii rt mnttm
Ibe Goktea Cbafl eauot
"r ;-. WaJ". MeoaJ Clasa. Amber;
1 6 rd -! Ciafl Frin ClaM, Srtog,
and .J etnsv sled klwsu earl i& at4ii(a.eaa, tib
a, t.a rnata boro ta vatito.
ai in uraia Aack oa band by ,
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