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"Wednesday Morning, July 22, 1857.
Official Journal for Publi suing the
Post Office Letter List.
Notice to Transient Adverlier.
All transient advertisements in thi paper, must be paid
lor at the time they are handed in otherwise they wiil not
be Inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid .for on delt
'The candidates lor Governor fill their ap
pointment here to-ddy. Tbey epeak io Watkirje'B
Grove. We hope there will be a general turn oat
to see the "statesman of splendid talenta" skinned
bj the "school boy."
Campbell Cltr Buiiaeii Directory.
This woik U well received by ita patrons io this
and other citi.s and towns, for which the author
respectfully tenders bis thauks.
There is still an ample supp'y of copies at this
office which ought to be disposed of readily. We
hope our enterprising citizens will not permit Mr.
C. to lose money by a publication so eesential to
our city and State. Mr Campbell has been liber
al in the gratuitous distribution of copies on our
Steamboats, Railroads, and other public offices,
We "bear him witness that be has done his best to
make both the Directory and its circulation satis
factory. This work is a credit to our city aud State,
at home or abroad. Let no one decline to take a
A Stamp Tax is California. The Legislature
of California laid a stamp tax ot 20 cents on the
$100 on bills of exchange drawn in the State aud
payable out of it. This is one-fifth of one per
cent., and must appreciate the rate of exchange;
it will, however, probably induce the shipment of
some gold which otherwise would have been re
milted in bills. This liw went into tffect on the
1st of July.
2!P The Ri'-hmond American gives the follow
ing recipe for Blackberry Wine : Measure your
berries and bruise them; to every gallon adJiog one
quart of boiling water. Let the mixture stand
twenty-four hours, stirring occasionally; then strain
off th-j liquor into a cask; in every gallon adding
two pounds of sugar, cork tight and let it stand
till October and you will have wine ready for use,
without further boiling or straining, that will make
lips smack as they never smacked under similar in
Cultivating a Railroad. The Auburn (N. T.)
American says that "miles and scores of miles
within the fenced track of the Central Railroad are
planted with potatoes by the employees of that
great road." These "railroad farms" are attended
to mostly by the wives of the employees.
3?" Saxe, the well-known poet, and editor of
the Burlington Sentinel, addresses the following to
an offended subscriber:
A (routy pat 'on of the Sentinel
Politely bids us "send the thing to hell:"
A time y hint. Tin proper we confess.
With change i f resilience to change th address;
It sh li he sent, if Charon', mail will let it,
Where the subscriber will be sure to jet it.
Thx Capitol Dome. The Washington States
contradicts the rumor that the walls of the rotunda
of the new C.ipitol bad been found insufficient to
Support the Dew dome, and states upon the best
authority, that there is no truth whatever in the
rumor. It has the authority of Mr. Walter, the
architect, for saying that no change has taken place
jn his own judgment, nor in that of Capt. Meigs',
in re'ation to tnis subject, and that r.o practical de
monstration has been rrade from which any new
conclusions are warranted. It also states that the
weiglit of the new dome will be less than thatf
the old one.
Dabney (Democrat) has been elected Cir
cuit Judue, in the 3d Judicial District, over N. f.
Gray, ( American ) Uia majority is tieo hundred
and seventy-five. The district pave eight hundreds
majority for Buchanan. Maysvule (Ay.) bogle.
A young man, who was desirous of marrying a
daughter of a well-known Boston merchant, alter
many attempts to broach the subject to the old gen
tleman, iu a very stuttering manner said: "Mr.
Q ,are you willing to le-le-let me have your
daughter Janer" "Of course I am," gruffly and
quickly replied the old man ; "and I wih you could
get some other likely follows to marry the rest of
'My love," said Mrs. Footle to her husbmd, "ob
lige, me with a five pound note to-day, to purchase
a ni-w dree."
"Shan't do any u"h thing, Agnes you called
me a bear yertierday."
"Lor, love, that was uothing I meant by it that
you wer fond of hugging." '
"You little . I bavo no fire, but here's a
The author of the following lines is said to be a
dlftanl relative of Alexander Smith, the poet. His
name is probably John. He is in a fair way to be
come as celebrate! as Alexander:
With a bran new gown.
Went down to see her sister,
Wnen Jonathan Lee,
As brik as a flea,
Jumped right up and kissed her.
Valuable Di-covert. Mr. Thomas IT. Woods,
of tins county, informs us that the potato bu
hiving made its appt-araoce among his potatoes, he
tried several remedies, but of no avail. At last he
mace a strune soHp-uds, by mixing about one and
a ball pounds of soap to a few gallons of water,
and a quantity of soot. The whole being mixed
into a waeh, he poured it on to the plants so an to
cause it to run ilown the stems. The result was,
that the bugi were killed instantly, while those teat
scan pered off aid rot return. This is certainly a
cheap, valuable and efficient remedy, and one that
ought to be published iu every paper. M'iricheiter
W. A. & j. gTmcclelland
ABC offering; a very large and desirable Slock of Staple
and Fancy Good., at very reuerd prices for cash.
Person buying stimxIs in Ibis market would do well to ex
amioe their block, aa great bargains way bs expected.
Kick Dresa Goods.
Elegant flounced and Bayadere Milks ; Striped and
.Checked do.. Flounced, Priniod an I Plain Barries, Rich
Mas. las, Ae., at greatly reduced prices, (fast style
Bareges, Ac, greatly below cost.)
Mantles, Shawls, &c.
Wear offering Mantles, Bbawlj and (Scarfs very cheap
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels. l inen Sheeting, "heavy
family' Linens, Curtaun Daniaaks. Malting and all kinds
of S.aple Uool, very cheap. A large lot ot C-il Window
Bliaucs at very low prices, at
Nashville, July IT. a Coliea street.
McKENZIE & WILSON,
ORIGINAL Pattoteesof the TKNNCfSKEAN, a Wrourht
Iron Cooking Btove for families, hotels and yWaU
tlon. We are now manufacturing 4 slsee of these Stoves, which
are made of Tennessee Wrought Inn, aud have never
filled to pleas tbo who have them In ate. A diploma
t as been awarded by the Mechanic Institute, and prem
ium oy State and Division Fairs at diff. rtnt llinr. We
warrant theia not only to b gotten Bp in the beat style,
but also warrant thrra to please those who purchase.
Prices, t (io; Ill J, and f V3&.
Cast Iron Moves from beat manufactories, for wood and
Office and Parlor Stoves;
li eating Stovca, in great variety;
ironing Moves and yarn
We have on hand a larr assortment of OOMMOM and
PAKLOR UKAfrs, from the principal auaoufaelorta of
New Tort, ruisDurgn and Cincinnati. To persona woo
buy by tna quantity, we win u at low prices.
We have on hand Chi .son's famous farnaoe. fjr best n
dwelling houses or public buildiugt, which obtained the Bisl
prise at the hrystal Palace, London, over th furnace
from ttus la, ranee, uer'assj sua ajigleud Ltiat were put
We sell these at EasUrn prices, with the freight aided.
July 13. Nesbnle.
HOUSE FULMSIIL0 HUSDWAIIE.
PICOT & SPOTWELL,
No. 63 Maiden I.avne, Nets Yrau
laronTsT sin josssa or
CCTLKBY, FENDERS, TEA TRAYa, FIRB IRONS, TIM
NAD And t.NtMlUD HOLLOW WAKX.
FKtNCrt 11NNEO WARE,
ANDIRONS, FKY pAN(t,COAl. HOD8,
PLASIBUAU JAPAN kU PLATtl A bUd I A MA WARS
Julyli em. U Kaliea Uae, Kew Tcr.
STEAMBOAT AND EITEEKEWS.
There is no change in the condition of the river.
there being still 21 inches water on the Shoals.
The Yorktown left Louisville on the 18th for this
Rriir Uiut and K. W IT Wanrt anli(1afAwgl fnw the
Legislature from the Joint District of Davidson, Robert
son ana mouigumery, naving canvassed the last mentioned
county, will address their fellow-citixens at the following
times ana placet :
" Goodletsville, Saturday. 18
- frmiiu's Spring, Monday,
" luscnmm, Tuesday,
H 7',' ,. Tr-ursday,
" OreeV, Saturday,
Robertson's Store, Monday,
JnlJ 2. a a
Gubernatorial Canvas Appointment
Lebanon' Monday, July 20
Gallatin, Tuesday, 44 21
Nashville, Wtdnerday, " 22
Mur;reeboro, Thursday, " 23
fchelbyville, Friday, " 'H
McMinnviile, Saturday, " 5
Franklin, Monday, 87
Columbia, . Tuesday, " 23
Springfield, Thursday, " 8J
OUrksville, Saturdaj, August 1
Charlotte, Monday, 8
The undersigned, candidates for Governor, have agreed
upon the above list of appointments for the ensuing canvas.
They would have been glad to be able to visit all the Coun
ties, but the shortness of the time rendered it impossible.
L-IJAM G. HARRIS.
Nashville, May 12th. 1S57.
Michael Vsngt an will address hi fellow-citizen of Da
vidson ctunty, at the following times and olaces:
At Nashville Brewery, in McGavock.at night, IS'.h "
At Mrs. Creel', iOJi "
Jam B.iiklty's.ZSlh District, 2ad -
Dog Creek. S&th "
line-ilbe divided with any gentlemen of the Demo
tty We are authorized to announce Jmta M. HisToa as
a candidate for fcheriiT of Davidson county, at the next
SfT We are authorized to announce Jobs K. Edmondso
a a candidate for fchenff of Davidson county, at the next
ry We are authorized to announce E. B. Eiolct as a
candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March
ILr w are authorized to announce A. Creele, as a
candidate for "heruT of Davidson county, at the next March
coinry corii'r cleuk.
VST We are authorized to announce Capt. Johs S. Di8E
ull a a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the March
BBT We are authorized to announce Fklix B. Chut .
His, as a candidate for re-election to the office of County
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
If7 We are authorized to announce Tbos. D. Stoonib
as a candidate fur County Court Clerk at the next March
WE ARE NOW
PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS FROM
lOOO TO 5000 ,VV,
OFFICE, NO. 15, PUBLIC 8QTJARK,
July 7 8m.
MANUFACTURE R AND DKLKR IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FURS,
No. Public Square,
Fummer styles and summer weather,
for once have come together.
GKNTLFMFN will please call and examine those bean
tifulstvlr ot DKliS iiAT.1, jnft introduced at the
Dat Kmporium of A.J. KKANCIMCO,
JuntSU. No. 23 Public Square
VLtTi: t'OI.l(t:Di and several New Blyles of
the fashionable thape CAeelMr KK il at for tne not
weather. Just received at A. J. I FRANCISCO'S,
t un.-oO. No. 23 Public Square.
E V A."I IIEAUTIFt'I. STYLE!),
VJEW and beaut'ful colors of the 8oft Hat, appropriate
l v for the extreme hot wcather,Just opened at
june30. V RAN CISCO'S.
1 II A TS, 8o t
XT. FltENCII VELVET
much souffht after, no Imitation, but
enuine ar.iclc.Just received at
fA.'MA.TIA Ay I LI ;iIOItN II ATS.
A T K have just opened a frefh supply of 8TRAW GOODS
v V for the Summer, consisting of L shorn. Panama.
Canton, Britih,and Leghorn of every description lor men
bovs and rhililren at KKANCIOO'S
C'UII.lMf EN'.s FA SIIC.WVS, in end
' leas variety, at the Fashionable lialttore of
JuneO. No. 23 Pub Ho Square.
w. raiLura. vm oiaaoa. a. aixoa. t. aixoa.n.
C. W. PHILLIPS & COa
W1LL1A319, PHILLIPS & CO.,
3S i .mo.x i iti:i:T,
A'SW OR LEAPS
A. o. sairu.
a. r. oitbsis.
oso. . aowLa
SJ11TII, liUTHKIE & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
' AID AUBXT FOB TBB iiLB 09
viiK'iMA a ii;.m:ssi:k toiiacco.
No. 5C4 Alain 8t , Between Second and Third,
CKESSON &, CO.'S
MODEL CLOTHING BAZAAR,
VQ. 25 CZDAB ST., 5ASHTILXJC,
MKRCUANT TAILORS aed dealer In Ready-mad
aids tioihirr and Furmshlnc tiood, have jiut rw
civd a Biacm&ccnl asscrtmeat of
ConsUlIng ol Prenchi CWith. Cawlmerc and sting of
very shad and cotor, which w wia soaa up to order I
th best manner and at th t hort t coue Always on
band a eomplvt aMOi tnwni f itAAD Y MAUf CLOl H1NU
AND rUHMMIll.MU UUOUH.
All of wbirh w offer tooor frtwad and th pablie ivn
rally, at th LOWfeT fRlCtc! (Juocri.
r. A. Cbbthpld.
a. o. aaaaocDt,
BERTHOLD, BEENOUDY & CO.,
Commission vnd Forwarding HcrchanU,
n aaaxaaa IB
Eopa, Bagglaf, Baton and Tloar,
. 134 csa slrtst, tkssltsl Lou lav, Id.
IT Conai(OBeaU of ail eoa&era rrodoc nocHrcd
and prowpUy attended to nay 16 triwA WLy
IVo. SO Prout Street,
SELL CoT.,ria and Buans laua, Oaat, r-at9 Facrt,
A , aod Oils urders kr article of l.ocinnatl f rod no
and ManiiUcuu itfvapUs ad to bt advaaua.
V f CL
OBAND OPENING DISPLAY
O? 'BENCH PATTERN
No. 32 Union'Street,
AT THE HEW TOSS KI1LIKERY ZMP0ET0M
fPHl largest a well at the cheapest stock of the above
-1- U ootid ever opened in thia aty. Oar many customers
In the city and throughout the State may rely on obtain
ing good bargain of
Flats and Hats,
Bead Dresses, Ribbons, and
Trimmings, French Flowers,
Ladies liress Caps,
Patent Enteniion Ekirts,
Ladies Corsets, every style,
And a variety of other fancy Goods.
We are' constantly receiving something new every day.
Plain and Fancy
IIAIIC BLOND, BONNETS AND HATS
Bleached and shaped the present sty e oy the new Italian
W Bonnet or Hats that have failed other parties,
warranted to be done 'up Brown,' S3 Cmon street,
may 12 tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
K0. 20 UNION STREET.
A CliOOKEK is cow receiving and opening bis
rx Spring Stock of
IwXilli ncry Goocls.
Merchants and Milliners will End it to their interest to
give him a call, as his stock is far superior to any kept in
the city. As every one knows what constitute a complete
assortment of Millinery Goods, it is useless to enumerate
artich-s. It is enoueh for his lad v customers to know th tMr
Crooker selected this stork, and with a view to 'be inter
est and tastes of their patrons. The public may rely upon
being honestly dealt with, as he does business in his own
Summer Bonnets! Summer Bonnels!!
Closing Out at Half-Prices.
frn NOW Ladies you can purchase a fine
S "'.si Ponnet or Milline-y Goods at your own " --t-.s
Tsom the unprecedented patronaee we have received
this reason, the great competition notwithstanding, for thia
has fully established the reputation of our house ahd in
creased our trade it) per cent., and have made large addi
tions to our stock, which is now more select in designs than
any time this season.
fcuch Flowers, ladys, that will delight you, and the En
gine Gipjey Hals so bewitching. Call soon, at this is our
last stock for this season, and will soon be sold out
Our stock of Straw and Fancy Goods, Embroideries, c,
rich Paris, Bngal and Fancy Boneta, imported styles",
cases Hair, bupal Bond Lace Bonnets;
eases English Straw and other plain styles;
dozen imported Imperial Chip Bonnets;
Carton's of Paris Flowers, for bonnets, parties and
Just received a fine lot of Pink Ribbons, for bonnet and
Hoop Skirts, bone and steel, extra bone, Ac.;
Spanish and French Fans;
Parasols, a&aorted quality;
Rich Black Bugal Lace Mantillas and materials;
Bugs! Gimps and Laces, white, blond and Matese:
Black Bugal Collars and Setts, for mourning.
Our stock of Embroideries is not only beautiful but cheap,
consisting in part of Rich Maltese Work, Muslin, Jaconet
Sett, Collar of Honiton Work, Muslin, Maltese and Jaco
net Cnder-weeves, worked Bands, fans Embroidered
Handkerchiefs. A One line of Paris Mitts, Kid Gloves and
Elastic Beltf; Ladies fine and medium Csbbas Port Monies.
The Bonnet Comb and new styles of Tuck and Redding
Combs, with many Fancy Goods, too numerous to mention,
will be sold at a great reduction in price-!.
We shall open on the lath September, the finest Stock of
Good for the Fall Trade ever opened a. Narhville, of ove-
5,000 worth of our own importation from Paris. Comr
petition must be met with a large Stick of Rich Goods and
low prices, to keep up the life of trade with
E. WISK, Agent,
July 14, No. 46 Union St. next door to State Bank.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS FRANKLIN AND
COLUMBIA TUKNPIKE COMPANY.
A DIVIDEND or 834 per cent will be paid upon the
Stock as now represented on the books of the Com
pany, after the 1st of August, at the office of the Treasur
er, in Spring Hill, Tens. J. W. CHK IK3,
Spring Uill, July 17 lm Treasurer.
THE undersigned being compelled b y law to attend at
Knoxville on the first Monday in July, and for fifteen
day thereafter, to make settlements with the Revenue
Collector of rast Tennessee, the office at the Capitol will
be closed until his return. JAMEi C LCTTKELL,
Nashville, July 8, 1S-T. Comptroller.
I HAVE this day disposed of my entire interest In the
business of Johnson, Borne A Co., to Jno. A. Fisher
and James Whelese, who will continue ita heretofore, and
for whom I earnestly solicit a liberal ihare of public pat
ronage. july 8 tf. E. A. H0RNE.
FISHER, WHELESS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSON, HORNK A CO.)
COTTON, Tobacco, Storage, General Commission and
Produce Merchants, corner Broad and Market streets,
Nashville, Tenn., will devote particular attention to all
business intrusted to them. july9 tf.
WE will be constantly in the Maiket for Wheat, for
which we will pay the highest market price.
July0 tf. FISHER, WHELESS A CO.
WANTED 200,000 bushels prime White and Red Wheat,
for which we will pay the highest market price, de
livere ' at our Ware house, on Spring and Clark street,
Naxhville. Wheat will beclassed as follows :
Ten cents per bushel will be paid for prime White above
prme Ked; and ten cents below for prime Mediterranean
this Wheat is the lowest classification. When Amber Wheat
in prime, five cent per bushel will be paid over the price
of Spring and other Ked Wheats.
The Amber is known here by Farmers as Blue Stem or
Missuuri Wheat. Next to this is the Golden Chad mosi
First Class, White; Second Class, Amber;
Third class, Golden Chaff; Fourth Class, Spring,
and all other Red Wheat except the Mediterranean, which
la ten cents belo in value.
S3 0(0 Grain Sack on band by
July 4. H. S. FRENCH k SON.
IF you wish to sell your Grain, put it In good shipping
order. Grain far shipment over the Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad will only be received In new Gunny
Bags, or in new Osnaburg Sacks, of good quality, well
sewed, and made to contain about two bushels each.
Special notice Is given that Grain in new domestic sacks,
or in second-hand sacks of any kind, will not be received
and forwarded, aa tbey are insufficient to bear handling
and protect contents; besides, old sack are often twice
and thrice marked, and cause misconsignments and loss.
The shipping mark and dcttination must be pi tin on each
sack. H. 1. ANDERSON,
COMBINED REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
AT the great Indiana State Trial of Reaper and Mower,
June '26, iT, 8S, ISSo, at Richmond, under the riiree
tion of the Slate Committee, the First Premium of a A.VI-.00
Silver Piicher was awarded to the Manny Machine for doing
Iu work the best, and for being the best combined Machine.
In competition at the trial were twelve other kinds ol Har
vesting Machines; among thoie actually put to the test in
the field by the committee, were the Alkin Self-Raker,
New York Self-Raker, Mann A Son's Indiana Self Raker,
Massachusetts bell-Raker, Danfleld's Combined Machine,
lland-Raker, New York Uand-Kaker, Delta Duham's
Hand-Raker and the Kentucky Harvester Combined. These
were all, with one exception, t ombined Machines. There
were also several other kinds of Machines on trial against
the Manny Machine. The trial Listed through thsra days,
and the Manny Machine was triumphant iu the field A
First Premium has alro been awarded the Manny Machine
a a mower, the Kentucky Harvester consenting.
Decision of the Committee upon the trial of Reap
ers and A! otters.
We, the undersigned, a committee appointed by the Ag
ricultural Bureau of Tennessee to examine and test Mow
ing Machines and report the result to the Bureau at it
next meeting, in execution ot said trust, appointed Thurs
day, June otb, to test the fie diflrrent Mowers entered,
via: Manny's Combined Reaper and Mower; Mann's Self
Raking Reaper and Mower combined; Ketehum's Mower;
Auios' Self-Raking Reaper and Mower combined, and
Deits A Dunham's Kara-Power Reaper and Mower.
Wednesday, June 11th, was appointed to tet th Reap
er that were entered, aa follows:
Deita A Uunham's Reader. Atkins' Self-Raking Reaper,
Manny's Reaper, New-York Hand-hating Reaper, Mann's
Self-Hakiag Reaper, and the New-York Self-Raking Reaper.
In the resultol our Judgment, the award Is given . Man
ny's, a the bet .Combined Machine.
Y. B. PICK ARD, "I
J. C. 11 RK1S, 1
J. M. KNIGHT, ) Committee.
W. G. HARDl.tiO, I
w. R. rains, J
FOR SALE B Y THE UNDERSIGNED A T
JOIISSOX & HOUSE'S.
Prlow, Two Horse Machine tlSo.Foor Horse Machine 150.
11. 1 CIICAT1IAM,
apriS General Agent for the Slate.
Ureal lVcilucllon on
SUMMER DRESS GOODS !
K0. 17 PUBLIC SQUAKE.
WE will offer oar FILL STOCK of tnmmtr Dres
Goods on MONDAY. July loth, and following day a.
at SO P" ceo i.der eoaaor importation eonsiating of
Flounced Barege, , fancy Jaconet.
- Organdie, Organdie,
M Jacooau, Lawn.,
Mantilla and "ilk.
Naahvl'le, Jaly U, tsil. U Bill AM A OLWII L.
Pbslp A Jons vs. R. P. Boiling, t al.
TN Bursaxncwof th order mad io th aboveauet th
1. but May Term of thlscowrt, I wl I cell, at tt (Vurt
hoc yart-gal la this city, at It o'clock, n MONDAY,
th loth day of Angat sen, U sou bom aod srowsds
aiLarhsd. which war (ornrly occupied by th aul A- p.
Borne, lying mile from lb aty, and on th wwat
da of tha Ui.UbcfO lurnpik road. Tb Sam to tx U
diTH-'ed follow. Tit 1. Th itatrovwauota and two
aorw su'rowadnf them, and than la baiaao ofah grownd
is on body aa; S or I acre. Fr I root rwdcwiptwa.
Tit, j Uj t yean eitdil, with lntrt. aod a ba rw
w)od. . . u. Mii.1, v. at ,
Jttljia. ' Chancery Comrt at Naafe vtll.
Nashville to Beaver Dam Springs.
rvitil asdaralgBwd are new rasing a xk, Cr
1 ruslarlm. of FCR UOBj-R fiS'-
CO ACllta, TO BAA Till DiM rFkl.NOa, sfc;u. oa
twwoay. VVadaaaAay aa Friday, wuA tna Moraine Train
of Car wf lb Traaarvr m aiaaana staurwaa. at i owip
oa'sOfpuA. Far rata Jihvuia la tstiif ba prt
juaaSt-xsa. CAST t, TSOatAJ A BOCQS.
H olio way ' Ointment- The disease of the flesh and
the skin, to which children are most subject, such as en-
crusted sores on the head and Dace, rashes, ringworm,
tetter, salt rheum, pimples, Ac, are quickly relieved by thia
anguent, as well aa the angr est ulcer and all kinds of
wounds and contusion.
Sold at the manufactory, No. 60 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all druggists, at 25c., 6ic., and $1 per box. 81
A. Great medicine for Female.
Htndreds of stimulant have been Inven'ed and i eld,
purporting to be speciflo In tie varioa disease and de.
rangementa to which the delicate form of woman render
her sub ect. The result of all these stimulant baa been
to impart momentary activity to the nervous system, and
false vigor to the muscles; but thl relief haa been suc
ceeded by a depress ion and prostration greater than be
fore ; and the repeated attempt of Invalids to build them,
selves np by these false remedies, have finally ended in
destroying what little vital organisation was UfU fiat in
using "Butrhave's Holland Bitters yon will find no each
disastrous result. It Is a purely vegetable compound,
prepared on strictly cientifl3 principle-, after the manner
or the celebrated Holland Profeuor, Bosrbave. Under it
influence, every nerve and muscle receive new strength
and vigor, appetite and deep return, and finally, perfect
health. See advertisement in another column.
Whits Teeth, Perfumed Breath, and Beautiful
Complexion csn be' acquired by asing the "Balm qf a
Thousand Flowers." What lady or gentleman would re-
rntin nnder the curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm of a Tbbcsabo Flowib," a a denti
frice, would not only render it sveet, but leave the teeth
white as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breath
ia bad, and the subject is o delicate their friend will never
mention it. Beware of counterfeit. Be sure each bottle is
signed FETRIDGE A CO., If. Y.
For sale by all Druggists. feoat dm.
The only remedy for Consumption which experience ha
proved reliable, HEGEMAN, CLARK A CO8, (late Rush
ton, Clark A Co..) PDRE AND GENUINE COD LITER
OIL. It has stood the test of ten years with increasing
popularity, and proved efficacious where others have failed.
See that you get Hegeman, Clark A Co s, for since the I
death of our Mr. Rushton, an article called uSusUon'sn i
haa been introduced, in no way connected with R. C. A Co.,
or H. C. A Co. ;
Sold by EWIN A BROS., JO. G. BROWN, and DruggUt
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every Bummer and fall thousands of people die of Flax,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case tor 73
cents, by the use of TUCKER'S CHOLERA. SYRUP,
which ha been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectual
remedy new in u-e. It haa 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. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
For sa e by KLRNAN a RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug- '
guj. apr4 em
105 MEDICAL PEEPRATI0NS
FOR THE CURE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undersigned, having been appointed sole Agent for .
Nashville, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom- j
mended in "Dr. Freese's Combined System of Practice, for j
Physicians aod Families,' would respectfully offer them to
such of our citixens a need a rentoratinc to health.
These preparations are compounded from the recipes of
the most celebrated Physicians and Surgeon of Europe .
and America, and will cure every tnovn disease, that is at
all within the reach ofremedies. These Preparations have
been tested for years by Professor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their dally practice,
and have been found invariably effectual.
For further particulars, see Dr. Freese' Combined Sys
tem of Practice, together with Cards, Poster, Ao.
Both the Book, Medicine Chests, aod Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at his Drug Siore, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEFXH,
No. SO Sewanee Building, College St.,
(unci 6 6m. Nasbviile, Tenn.
a. a. GOODS.
G00DE & BLACK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
Itt'LF.SriVAN COI7NTX, TEXAS.
THE SCARCITY OF MEAL.
ITS high price, and the Incoorenieacd of obtaining it,
in(iimll un tit rnll itl tri lirtn tr iha
Celebrated "Excelsior" Mill,
As adapted to grinding Mial for family use. and crushing
Corn and Cob,, Wbeat. Rye or oat for atock, thereby en
abling EVERY MAN TO BECOMsl
His Own Miller!
fThe "EXCELSIOR" ha received nearly ONE HUNDRED
PREMIUMS in contests with the Improved "I I; tie Giant,"
"Star Mill" and others. It grinding surface is cast sepa
rate from the Mill and ean be restored, when worn out, at
a cost of three dollars. It also discbarge the Meal from
one point directly into a half-bushel. Furnished complete
With Two Pair of Grinding
(Which makes It equal in durability to two ordinary Mill,)
lor rtiiy uon&rs.
fXT- County Klgnts for sale.
JAMES C. BALDWIN & CO..
No. 87 Codege street, Naahville, Tenn.
A KLTIUED PHYSICIAN.
Whose sands of life have nearly run out. discov
ered whi le in the East Indies, a certain cure for Con- '
sumption. Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, aod Gene- I
ral Debility. The remedy was discovered bv him when ,
hi only child, a daughter, was riven up to die. He had ',
k- .... -.4 nnnh . a.nn.lAHf..l . .1 J V t J '
qualities of preparations made from the East India Hemp,
and tbe thought t courred to him that he might make a
remedy tor his child. He studied hard and succeeded in
realising bis wishes. Hischild was cured, and 1 now alive
and well. He has since administered the wonderful reme
dy to thousands of sufferers in all part of the world, and
he has never failed in making them completely healthy
and happy, Wirfiing to do as much good as possible, be
will send to ucn 01 nis amicted fellow beings as request it,
thl recipe, with full and explicit direction for making it
up, and successfully using It. He require each applicant
to inclose him one shilling three cent to be returned as
postage on the recipe, and the remainder to b applied to
in payment 01 una advertisement. Addreis
UK- tl. J A ME.4.
l. H. J AME.a,
St.. Jersey City, N. J. I
r office nor agent in I
I and advertised. The I
No. 19 brand street, I
No. 1 Grand t., Jersey City, N. X
. B. Dr. ti. James nas neither
New York, as some have pretended
leceiptls sent from ao r-LACB but No,
Jersey City, W. Jersey.
nnelO. may 29 dw3mln
CLAlBOitXE'S MACHINE WORKS,
'IIIE attention of Railroad Companies, Farmers, Mann
X facto re r, and all persons dxiroai of purrhaaing at
home good machinery, such aa STEAM ENGINES, CAST
INGS of every description, GEARING, CAK-WHEKUS of
the mot improved patterns, SAW MILLS, PUMPS, Ac; Ac,
is respectfully called to this new Establishment now grow
Id up rapidly oa the premise of the late Nashville Manu
facturing Company. We intend to carry on tbe ba sines
fully a extensive a before, and shall toon be read) to take
order for Machinery and Castings. We have already
commenced operations in our blaehsmith (hop and Boiler-
yard, and shall give Immediate satisfaction to old and new
We are experienced Mechanics each of as personally
attending to his own department and thus w shall be
able to turn out superior work at lower rates than hereto
fore done In this city. We shall warrant every place of
work done at this establishment, and give prompt ana
personal attention to every order left at our office; ibua w
hop to giv general satiifaetion, and be patronised by all
friend ot borne manufac'ure. M.jAOEtR A CO.,
Claiborne Machine Works, Nashville, Teen -,
jun2T tf Lata Nashville Manf. Co.
VT EW Pupil ar received daily by
IX A I I I a l I 1 XT' A 1?
J.1A. AV . L W LtUUaiV
in his Writing Classes.
As each pupfl is Uuht seuaratol new one eaa Join
the Claw at any time that may suit their convenience.
Pupils from S to tO year of age ar taught
to wru with ease, eiegance -aw and rapidity.
noura v to ll, A. ana ejj j to o r. .
N.u. Children ought to rtrfi'f taught as early
six year of age.
THE SCHOOL VACATIONS
Afford an excellent opportunity for them to learn.
t ff Person from th country can finish their teaaona
in one week. No. 49 College street, over Beech's Store.
CITY CLOTHING STOKE,
Ot birriiig and Summer Goods.
91AUKCT STUELT, Nash llle, Tean..
AVISO lately refitted and enlarged ear establishment.
and received a lart audition to oar former extensive
SPRING AND SUJfJfER GOODS.
We eaa fi!l all order for Clothing oa the abort aotle
at price that will suit all purchAAera.
Our Hock of
Heady Made Clothing,
I now eoaepicM bota for UeBUeaaeo aa4 itojs wear, and
w eonadestiy beiwe iht waa give general aaUatactioa
to all who will gtv asaealL At. L LzJiACaiS. Ag'u
"WHISKY, ERAHDY & YYINES.
WE a oa hand aad for sal a ehoie aaaortmant
1ocmuc L-qium, wtuch w er at whoJeaase Io
the Naahviue trade, via:
Ui bo ia. MeiuMs-sbla aad Ry Whisky;
) - Aaauh's Oid Reserve
aval " huurtvoo, vmr extra Brand.
lmJ u Catawba Braadr, lew price;
It) " ( Malaga Mu&e.
1 Muscat r lue, very airw;
1W W easts r ran-a Pacaa Brandy;
iK4 Miia. lHabi fcecttAaa'Wawkv-,
Si fcbi. a S year oidCopjc Wfeisky, tram $1 t U
6v per gal.
LwiivtiI.JBe ls.-cata. ISO, . MclLYAIS A SOS.
150,000 VAC0S cs AS0
TIME SALE OF GROCERIES
Morns & Stratton.
ON WEDNESDAT MORNING, JULY 29TH, 1857, at
10 O'clock, we Will offer at Anetinn. in front of nnr
owie on Biarxet street, a lxrze and w i-awtut twk f
ou nbus cborcepi o flugars; 200 boxes star and Tallow
xu ao elannea do Candida- -
250 bblt choice reboiled Mo- to bxs tnarch-.
asses; ta io Tobacco, various
uu udis a j iioar cusar: Dranav.
250 bag Rio Coffee: 400 bxs G laasware. aaa'ted-
200 kegs Nails, best brands; 60 tbU Cider Vinegar;
70 dos fainted Buckets; 20U bUs Whisky, all branda
60 cask Soda;
With other articles to make a complete sale.
Terms of Sale:
All sums nnder t300. Cash: all mms over S360 and un
der $1,000, 60 daya, and all sums of (1.000 and over 90
days for approved endorsed notes, payable in one of the
uny isanits. iiuiyio.j mokkih a stkatton.
Gift Sale of Books at Auction.
On nflfs VOLUMES Standard Works will be of
CJlJJJ fered for sale at Auction this Night.
Purchaser of Book will receive presents with their pur
chase, to be distributed as usual.
M. C. BRUCE, Auetioner,
June 9-tf. College Street?.
; Fresli Arrivals of Leather Belting
JUST received by B. R. Cutter, corner College and Broad
way, 000 feet of Leather Belting, from IH to li inches in
, width. Also, a fresh supply of extra Lace Leather. I in
vite the attention of Machinist to the above articles, which
will be told on the Tery best terms for cash, bv
B R. CUTTER,
July 10. corner College A Broadway.
Ibave, also. In store and for sal's, every variety of Shoes
and Bcois for Ladies and Gentlemen, Misces, Youths
and Childrens wear. Also, a very desirable assortment of
Hat, consisting of Pearl Cass, Black Caas, Black Fur, Pa
nama, Leghorn, Straw, and every variety of Wool Hats, all
of which will be sold very low for cash by
B. R. CUTTER,
july 10. No. 86 A 89, cor College A Broacway.
B. F. KIBCBLBT.
A. B. BAH0BBZ
KLNCIILEY & SANCHEZ,
Produce and Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
C0R1-, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, 5tC
No. 7 Warren Block. Augusta, Ga.
J0 ' Particular attention given to the sale of all con.
ignmen). maviS 6m
JHATE Just received the most superior Cow Bells ever
offered for sale in this market. Call, farmer, before all
are sold. fjune24. B. 8. WkLLER, Er.
P. P. PECK & BR0.,
HAVE for sale TWO FINE COACHES,
just received from New York. These
Coaches are we believe finer than any
brought Westot the Alleghany Mountains.
P. P. PECK & DUO.,
INTITE the attention of country dealers to their stock of
Buggies. We make a good article which we warrant.
We have also on hand an Eastern article, whioh we war
rant, i uneSS.
P. P. PECK & HItO.,
AYE this day received Three COACHES, which we
believe to be finer than any in Tennessee. Junerj.
NO, 44 COLLEGE AND 41 AND 43 MARKET STREE ,
HATE now in store and offer for sale, low for cash, or t
prompt dealer on time
400 tons Tennessee Charcoal Refined Iron
1T5 do Best brand Pittsburg do
SO do do Hammered do
665 kegs Best Brand Nails and Spikes.
AXELS AND S1U1!MGS.
825 setts Wagon Axles, all sixes.
ISO sett Buggy Axles, do.
145 pairs " Springs, do.
119 boxes Collins', Hunts, A Lippincott's Axes.
9 ton Cast, Shear, E. B. and A. B. Steel.
10 setts 8teel Tire.
43 colls Manilla Rope, all sizes.
CASTINGS AND WAC.ON IIOXES.
75 ton weil assorted Casting
800 sett Wagon Boxes, all sisea.
SHOVELS AND SPADES.
T5 dosen Ames A Rowland's Shovels and Spades.
STRAW-CUTTEHS AND COUN-SMEL.-EEKS.
80 No. 1 and 3 8traw Cutter 8anford'a.
80 Mo. 1 and 3 Oorn-Shellera.
Prof. HENRY WEBER
Teaches on the
PIANO AND IN SINGING.
TERMS 40 a Session of five months two
Lesson every week, each fifty minutes, half
ti e paid in advance.
Lessonsby the month, 110 to be in advance.
VW Orders to be left at West's Music 8tore
1SEAVEH DAiTl srillNCS.
ARE In Hlckmsn county, Tennessee, on a beautiful,
elear small creek of pure and living aater, in a densely
shaded grove, where the air Is cool, pure and bracing, and
the waters equal if not superior to any in the South-west,
h? ving ftar Sulphur Springs, all differing materially; one
Cnalybiate and several of the purest and coldest Free-stone
in th world. Taking all thing together it is considered
by competent Judges to be one of th very first watering
place in tha United State. Beaver Dam 1 forty mile
west of Columbia. Nearly half of the road is turnpike,
the balance tbe best dirt road in Tennessee. Prom
Waynesboro' it i only about thirty B ile east; and from
Perryviile about the same distance. Good bunting and
fihing near by, and the very best of Brandy, Wine and
0lgar, kept for table and room purpose; billiard Table,
Nine Pin Alley, and many smaller games for exercise,
health and pleasure. Invalid and pleaaure-seeker ar
particularly and respectfully invited to visit thia place.
W are authorised to refer to Rev. A. L. P. Green, Rusael
Houston, Jamea Ellis, R. W. Brown, and Washington
Meredith, of Nashville : nearly every man, woman and
child In Columbia and Maury county; Rt. Rev.Jas. Otey.S.
P. Walker, OoL R. G. Looney,and Duncan B. Frierson, of
Mem i his.
CHARGES WILL BE
Seven Dollar ..... Per Week.
Children coder 10 years old ... Half Price.
Servant of all age .... liaif Price.
Any number of alt kind of conveyance ready at aD
time at Co lumbta o take you to Beaver Dam. About
three hundred person can be comfortably accommodated,
ao don't bcliave when yon hear that we ais full.
W would most earnestly and respectfully invite oar
friend and the public to visit Beaver Dam, a w ar now
ready to receive them. SASLEY A CO.
Under the supervision Bad control of Mrs. Jan t, Keller.
J one 4-tf.
LYONS & CO.,
nirOBTZ&S AHD WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
OF ALL KINDS, 1
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,.
No. 19:Cedar-8t., Nashville, Tenn.
lliE aadervifrned are constantly taaklna addition ta
X their alreauy very large and finely aorted stock of
booos in their una, and respectfully solicit a eoniiouaoee
of the very liberal patronage hitherto bestowed on them.
We are now, better than ever, enabled to Oder our cus
tomers every Inducement to purchase from us. Our stock
eompriae In part, the following- articles:
80 paeaaf rrtach Brandy, of th fiaeat brand;
50 kiaoeria, tberry and fort W Ines, extra Qualities;
I 60 IloUand U in, Jamaica and Ht. Croix Hum; Bour
bon, Monoors bela and other Wblsaie; f(wel
malaga, with a full aasortmeot of aU kind at
! 00 boxes Lyon A Co.t Shiedham Schnappe;
. tuO M LjonA Co. celebrated MedtcateU Brandy;
, 100 M Uostetter A at Uia' Bitter aad ttreen' Ar
' 00 box French, EngHsh and American Pickle. Baaoea,
l Cataope, Unvca, Capera, reiu, Preaervea,
Dranuy iray, sreaa cajiuon, rreaa UNjetera;
too 3aa xxe earoute,
V H do do;
, V (Mtaeu fresh Cove Oyster.
! tOA botes extra fin Chewing Tobtteea;
I liiO M Celeiwraled Pocahaata Pmosing Tobaooo;
Sou Olaaed, Enasael ad 1 other Pipes.
tM,0O0 IlsranaClgara, eooauiing la part of the foCew
B( il knowa braad
(.asarav, Omcibaa, ' afsfnella.
iapolB AJ Jl, to a Charkatoci,
vt aalunatwB; a.ma, rrtacip
And Tartou otner favorite kinua.
W are detcraataed te pet oar govd at ta very lowest
rta, ami wui fuaraauee satiaiacuoa ta an saie. Ait are
reapwoiniily lantM eaamia r saoca.
LTO.su A CO, It Cedar M.,
Bprl Wear the Pet Qe.
"V lATTADAT. tbe tSth JeW next, at 11 e'ek-k a m
KJ l wtit selite the suba tooJor. tor caaA. aa ti Court
hoeae la haju., U. toUowicg tract, pee or pni J
tan 4, to-wn- yrvwsa im awifeaekl, atlaaX4 oa
r-.-tcf street, aad aWeeriOcd aa feUowa: Brtiaalcg at a
slats ia In ha of Sprtng street, seventy &oa the
lis Uaa ef Svricr and Bed Mrawta. nit. .1.. u
of if swtssu u 4 x-t ta a s these at n bt asgt
wi t ep n r tvQ atet te aa alley, ttacc ajoac said
al.f a ft t a eta, tbesee at rirtt auUa ama aiJ
aitty too fee te the aefinaiaj. Levw ape a the wsop
erty till. Bliw, to uUil y aa sepal we ta say LaoOs,
aatasS aatd Beiew, la Uyr at J. o. CpaaraJy. Ibi
pwprty 1 to be aM toe th gnu-pet peviaa abe.e, by tbe
ceaao&tai Jk. A wbowil aucad sale aad !
taa,a U1- A- C PAAXt.
rpHI Subscriber having- on hand an nn-
usually large Stock of PIANO-FUHTEtf,
for the Summer trade, will offer esrtra in
ducement either for cash or tour month
paper, (interest, only added.)
Those in need of a No. 1 Instrument,
would do well to give me a call. Avery
Plana sold by me is fully warranted.
Also A large Stock Muiical Merchandise
and Shee- Music; amongst which can be
found the boautiful songs : Gentle Annie,
Maggie by my Side, Old Play Ground, What
dost thou, Oh wandering Dove, Ac, Ac,
Waltses, Ranunculus, Rose-bud, Esgath
eridan, Ac Polka May Queen, Hesita
tion, Minehaha Lovers Letter Box, Crystal,
c. Come and tee, at No. 83, Union
June 82. I JAS. A. MoCLCRE.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE,
I AM offering- for rale, privately, a House and lot, f
situated on Broad street, a few doors above Sum- l. ' 'il
mer, fronUng 81 feet on Broad, running back J if 5
feet to an alley. lhe bouse contains T rooms in the main
buUding, with Kitchen, bath-house, smoke-house, Ac. We
will give a bargain in the above j roperty, and our terms
shall be easy. kU R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
jnnel6. No. 67, Cherry U
HOCSE AND LOT FOK SALE.
I HATE a beautiful House and Lot on Crawford , ,
street, all iu good order, which I am instructed frrr
to sell positively. Those in want of a tone, ""-p '"" a
would do well to eall on me soon. If not sold within a few
days privately.it will be ofiered at public Auction.
E. a. GLASCOCK, Agent,
junelS. No. 7 Cheiry st.-
IMPROVED CIXY PROPERTY FOR
A VALUABLE House and Lot on Church St., f-'Js
fronting 81 feet on said slreet, running back I
150, ft. or 81 feet, and 165 deep, wltbatrontof IS ft I
on Spruce street. Thit is a valuable piece of prop- a'
erty, and located In the finest neighborhood in the city,
and will be sold on liberal terms. Enquire of
K. K. GLASCOCK. Agent,
unel3. No. 67 Cherry St.
LOTS Kos. 61,82,99 and 1C0, in Preston Hay's addi
tion to Nashville, fronting 04 feet on Polk street, run
ning back 160 feet. A bargain will be given in these lots,
A TWO ST0KT BRICK, containing 6 or 7 room. The
lot fronting Street, and running back 107 feet to an
alley. Thia is very desirable property, and situated a
short distance from the residence of Mr. BUbo. We will
give a bareain in this property.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, running back to
McLemore street 150 feet
AUof the above property Is located in thriving; portions
of the City, an d persons desirous of makin purchase at
a bargain, will call on . . GLASCOCK, Agent,
junel'Z. No. 67, Cherry st.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE.
WE are authorized to sell the following lands on libera
terms: 50 acres on Brown's Creek, lie' miles from
the corporation of Nashville, adjacent to the lands of West
H. Humphrey", Oov. A. V. Brown, Oeorce Allen and relix
R. R-iins. The late residence of tin. Ursula Rains. Soil
excellent; S 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
OQ9 ACRFS, lying on the east tide of the NolensvDle
J Ol Turnpike, 8 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 Tract; now owned by N.
P. Cor bit t, adjacent to Capt. Joiner. WluUelt, and
Q O ACRFS on the east side of the Nolensville Turn
it O pike; 8 miles from the Corporation; (the Goodwin, or
Menifee place,) fronting on both tbe Noiensville, and Mill
Creek Valley Turnpikes; lie very weil; (oil good; a num
ber of fruit tree; good Spring, a large Frame Dwelling
with b or 6 room, and all necevary out-bouse.
"I A Q ACRES, on both side of the Nashville k Chatta
J. X' nooga kailroad, 13 miles from Nashville, at the
first station west of Lavergne, 65 acres choice timber, 87
cleared; lies level: good soil; good water; a good two story
Frame Dwelling, with 8 rooms, stables, kitchen, smoke
house, snd all ether necessary cabins.
The dwelling Is about 3oO yards from the depot or station,
and 40 yards North of the railroad. Occupied at present
by Mr. Brown.
ABOUT 820 Acres, on both sides of Big Harpeth river,
IS miles West or Nashville, and 8 miles East of King
ston's Springs; the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad
crosses near the center of the tract; about 130 acres clear
ed; balance good timber; foil good; 4 or o never failing
Springs; good Orchard; neighborhood very good. Cottage
building; the late residence of Geo. P. Woodward, dee'd.
J fZf ACRES on the Liberty road, one mile east of the
Xcl a town of Franklin, in Williamson county, ) mile
Jtaat of tbe Tenn. A Ala. Railroad, 110 acre cleared, soil
mostly very good; 6 or S good rprings; Dwelling a two
story log-house, weatherboarded and nainted, with 6 good
rooms, kitchen, smoke-house, Ac, the late residence of
Mr. Walker. All on most accommodation terms. Apply
to NANCE A WOODWARD.
E. S. H0LLINS & CO.,
HAVE removed to their new Store-house, No. 4, on th
North side of the Public Square, In block of buildings
known a the Nashville Inn block, next koor to Mean,
Evans A Co., where they would be pleased to see their cus
tomers, aod wait on them with a good and cheap Stock of
Shoes, Boot and Hat.
Nashville, June 17-lm. BP A a
I AM daily expecting six four hone power Ohio and
Pennsylvania superior Threshers.
JulyS B. 8. WELLER.
JC8T received ten of Banboreugh calibrated Wheat
Fans. It i the beat Fan now in use and no mistake.
I warrant these Fans.
July . B. 8. WELLER.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY!
JASPER COUJfTT ACADEMY LOTTERY, BY AU
THORITY OF THE STA TE OF GEORGIA.
REMEMBER this Lottery has only 15,000 Numbers less
than any Lottery in the world.
SATURDAY SMALL SCHEME, to be drawn in publle,
at Macon, Oa-, nnder the sworn superintendence of Co L
Geo. M. Logan and W.0. Anderson, Esq.
Every Saturday In July, 185715,000
CAPITAL PlllZE, 12,OOOI
Second Prize, S.OOOl
Ify Prises payable without deduction. t
Claaa 32 draws July 4tlt, 1857.
a 33 11 Ilk,
a 34 ta 1 8lu,
1 Prise of 119,000
1 do of e.ooo
1 do of UM
1 do of. l.OiiO
8 Prises of 85O0 ae 1 00
So do or 100 are o.ooo
100 do of bo are 5,000
IS 18 do of 16 are S4.0V0
l.toS Prixes,amountlng to
Tickets $4. Halve 12, Quarter 81.
Certificate of Package of Ten Ticket ar sold at th
following rate, which I th risk:
10 Whole Tickets fv
10 Half Ticket 13
10 Quarter Tickets 6
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. Checks on
New York remitted for prises. Adores ordr for Ticket
or Certificates of Package of Tlcke to
ANDERSON A SON, Managers, Macon, Oa.
tW Orders lor Tickets addressed to O. II. WINTER,
Box No. 813, Nashville, Tenn., will be promptly attended
to. an UAiuira bum, s anagera.
July 1 Maoon. Oa.
"I sflafn Anil BUSHELS WHEATWANTED.de
AU,IUU livered at my tor by 80th of July,,
for which the hlght market price will ba paid. Backs
R. C. BANDT.
JuljlO. No. 50, CoUVg street.
rjHESE Scales weigh from X lb,, to four tons, the pram
A lum haa been awarded them over Fairbank' and
others, aod have gained a reputation above al acale in
s. They are so constructed a to never get oat of order.
and are warranted to last aa tone aa th timber that they
are set on. Farmer and businese men wishing to exvm-
in tbe scale can ao so by caning at
K.C. ADT-F. Agent,
JulylO. No. 50 Colleg St., Nashville. Tenn.
jVo. -it Xxa.1rllo Ocxxxaax'
Sew Ifc Cream
and Soda W&ttr
O O 2ST.
V . V li ll X Vm X 71 ,
NO. IS DEADE8JCS STREET,
TTE EPS constantly en hand a fine assortment of Coo
JV fectioaanew, Fruiu, C f ara. Ale, Ae. lie wiU, .m,
daring the acaaoa keep a supply of 1CK CREAM, of the
beat quality, lie respectfully aasa a share of pobite pat.
a. i. BaTfsva.
j. w. atoaroa.
II. II. IIAYiXES &, COn
AGFNTS FOR THE PURCHASE ANj
sale &f N.roe, at K. W. PO STIX1 otdauad, Us. St, O.
dar street, aaaviile. Team. jalyl
X II. C13U11Y,
I AM prepared to fbraWh CoSai of every 4eec4ttea
frees tbe aa Ckt te the plainest Servant t-S,
rlbee with vr;tAiag eeeeasary ftw fuar. All eree
WA at aty War AWwws, UeaJerKk trt, ml Wr W ta
L'p as4 t Uvwry Skabie, betweea Cbrry as4 sWaaaM
street, wul reewtva awy preaapt atteu awa day as
laraltara rPr4 ar akaj) a osdar ia ti bH
(Hit, J. H CvaAT.
i. ' r5hBrfswwa'w
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
5 N YD E R q-FRI Z ZELL,
No. 21 Pablie Square.
ABE In receipt of a fine (took of
Oents Oalf Congress G alters ;
u Fine Patent Leather Oongre Gaiters;
w w u md Oalf low-quarter Shoe ;
" Oalf Pump Sole Boots,
ALSO. A good assort tr en t of Boys' and Touths', o
every style aud quality, all of which are offered low for
cash at No. SI Public Square.
JuneS. SSTPER A FRITZFIX.
WILL find at SNTDEB A FRIZZ SLL's a beautiful as
sortment of Gaiters, Slipper. Kid Boot and Bus
kins. Also, for Misses and Children, a general assortment
of Shoe, cheap for cash. Call at No. SI Public Sqonre.
JuneS. 8NTDER A FR1ZZELL.
iSASSglTJa'Kr & ROMAX!Df
(Successors to Bobertson A Dashiell J
0. 14 COLLEGE STilEET,
OF THE XEGUO.
The only Cash Store in Nashville.
WE are now receiving our Spring assortment of Boots,
Shoes, Ac, and propose selling them at the lowest
price for CASH. Our atock consist in part of th follow '
Ladie Heeled Last. Gaiter, plain and tipped;
do do aide and front Lao
do Reeled Kid and Morocco Bootees;
do Welt do do;
Misses' Last. Gaiters, all styles;
do Morocco and Kid Pump Bootee;
do do Welt do;
Children' Kid and Morocco Half Tie;
do do Bootees;
Ladie Kid KoaetteBUppera;
do Velvet and Laating Slipper;
do Kid Buskins.
Gentlemen' Super BUtehed Calf Boots;
do do Pump do;
do Calf Pegged Boots.
Boy' and Youth's Calf and Kip Boots;
Gent's Cloth Congress Gaiters;
do Last. do;
do Low quartered Pat. Shoes;
do Calf and Pat. Oxford Ties.
We have a large assortment of Trunks, Valise, Carpst
Bags, Hat and Bonnet Boxes, everv stvle usual found in
Also, alanre assortment of Hat for Plantation on. ktfl
Casri mere Hat, Spring style. Wa are determined to of
fer inducement to Cash purch aser.
marr-nx HKADSUAW st RUTLAND.
R. C. M'NAIRY &, CO,
NO. 65 COLLEGE STREET.
HAVf! determined In future to keep np a full and ele
gant stock the whole veer round ao that mraona visit
ing the city ean have treir Wants supplied at all seasons,
and tbey are now receiving their SECOND LARGE IM
g3u tyi th or G-ozc3Lj3,
Bought In New York since the heavy decline in prices, and
are prepared to do better for their friends than at any
other ime In the history of their business, being able to
sell many descriptions of goods cow at less prices than wa
paid for them early In the season.
in UKUi) UOOD8, we have an elegant assortment ol
And all fabrics by the yard at prices far below their usual
value. We have also reduced the prices of the old stock on
hand and can now supply "the million" with elegaat
Dresses at a small cost. He invite particular attention to
the reduction in price of our 8 ilk Stock and an unusually
large stock of low priced Muslins, Lawns, Ac, Ac
buntuier Nlifawla In great variety, very pretty
and new, also a few for mournlna-.
Ltxce Sc iTIualln Irian Ilea an elegsnt assort
ment, also a large lot at very low price. Lace Mantle at
from $4 up.
STAl Lti taUUVS
BOYS WEAK, IRISH LINENS,
PLANTATION GOODS, AC, AO.
Iloaiery of all kind.
Gloves, all sixes, styles and qualities.
OIL CLOTHS, STRAW MA TTISGS, CARPETIXG8
We are now receiving the largest stock ever brought to
this eity, about 800 pieces, among wblch may be tound ev
ery thing from thecommonrst to the most elegant, together
with printed Druggets, Crumb Cloths, Rugs, Mala, Stair
Linens, Bods, Ao , Ac, and all at the very lowest possible
MavZ7. R.n. MclKiii.
1. 0. BICHOUMB.
I. C. NICHOLSON & CO.
WI are now in receipt of oar Spring Stock of Staple
EDRST (SO USB.
And being desirous of closing them oat very soon, w feel
confident we can make it to the interest of buyers to giv
us a call. We take great pains in selecting our goods, and
feel sure we can suit every body in every thing. Our fa
cilities for buying goods are equal to any other merchant
in the city and we are sure we ar wllliug to put up with
as small a profit aa any.
Our stock Is made up of all the latest style O DrH
Goods, such aa -
Rich Flounced Silks;
Moire Antique Bilks.
" Plaid and Striped Silks;
" Chene do;
" Plaid of a variety of colors;
M Flounced Organdie Mualini
M Figured Organdie Muslin;
M French Muslin, plain and figured:
Scotch Muslin and Jaconet, plain and figured.
Common do do de lc.
We have a complete assortment of Mantillas, Cap,
Shawls and Scarf.
For gentlemen, we have Cloth. Caaslmeres, Vesting,
Linen, Duck and Drillings; Plain and Fancy Cravat,
Collar, Hosiery, Ae.
We can furnish the publlo generally with all kind of
Linen and White Goods of every description.
Besides we keep an excellent stock of Servants Goods,
Cottonadea, Plaid and Striped Osnabargs, PUid Domes
tic , Ao.
W call particular attention to our stock of Hosiery for
ladas and children.
In ict every thing usually kept in a No. I House.
March-id I. O. NICHOLSON A 00.
N. B. Be sure yon call at No. S3 Publie Bquar.
NEW HARDWARE IIOUSE.
BEAUFklOHT, YAIILEER & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
m ra' u m ;
SIGN av OF
THE BIG 0 PADLOCK
rOUE E00ES FE0K THX BQUAEJK,
AIVVIIaS and vices,
BELLOWS, STOCKS, AND DIES;
EAMMERS, AND HATCHETS,
IllNCaliS AXB VIIaILS;
CARPEXTERSs BUCKSMITUS, AND
B3ES C3 0 3L- SJ .
MILL, CROSS-CUT & HAND
KNOll-PLsATi: ; G UN-LOCKS ;
SIFTERS, SHOmS, k SPADES.
A larr aaaortsaeat of Gum, EiSe aad Platols; Ta
and r octal Eoire; BcSssors aai Clears, aod Eaacy Bar4
war of evry deacrirtioo. .
jebe A tt AU0JT, TAJLZTS CO.
CEAIGHEAD & Co.,
xx -to. n x r.xT.xa,
99 Puklle Saistr.
TiMfi t. CEAIGHEAD kavey TtVZVt
J tenet of Mr. Wat. ii. MUtc-U. ,'1'
Cra (Ua4 A atlacbia. is atone eJMir.aad te e aaa
. It will eoctiisu tb beat
ta late Bras is msmt tbe titaa
E. K. Cilascoclc,
AUCTIOiTEES & G2tEJLAX AQEST,
0CU a W a"10 li PWia a Afeal fort
REAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
ectaer eterty, ltber to tewa wr eouatry.
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nui baosf bad eu63ir!e expertcooc, t Ca'.tcr aiTte4
tfcat I ('v aauahacuoa te tbua wbe aiay laor sue ta
,1 tin. I mi always be tatsd at the IvxtutLcf Aauaa
citae '"i'ttriol Oilea," Ur. ia sut bu,e4rtca
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