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Thursday Morning, July 30, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing tlie
Post Office Letter .List.
To ocr Subscribers. We have lateljr pat sere
ral oew Couriers on the different routes, and
should any of our subscribers fail to get their pa
pers, we would be obliged to them to inform us of
Ait Eicellent Bcsisess Stand foe Sale. Tbe
excellent stand, and rery valuable property, corner
of Market and Clarke streets, receutly occupied by
D. S. French & Co., will be sold at Auction to-daj-An
opportunity to purchase reai estate, to well lo
cated, and intrinsically so valuable, does not often
present itself iu Nashville. Business men wishing
to invest money in a stand of their own, and cap
italists who debire to make a good speculation, will,
of course, attend the sale. They will be behind
the times, if they don't.
IIarpkr fob A'toosT. We are indebted to W.
T. Berry k Co. for a copy of tbe August number oi
Correspondence of the Daily Nashville Patriot.
Buena Vista Springs, Loran co., Ky., )
July 27, 1857. J
Mecbbs. Editors: Through the kind partiality
of friends I fiud myself comfortably quartered in tbe
borders of "old Logan," and tiicst pleasantly situ
ated at the justly celebrated Iioena Vista Spring?.
A stage ride, in these fast timef, from Nashville,
to tlU delightful place, is not "bad to take," par
ticularly with good company, and with a certainty
that you will meet with such a-hospitable greeting
And wilcome as we received, makes it a luxury.
LiOPHTt county erioys an enviable reputation in
Kentucky the extent of her agricultural resourc
es her fine stock covering tbe bills and valleys,
the hospitality of her citizens, the intelligence,
wealth and patriotism of her sons, and the beauty
and modesty of her daughters, has rendered her
not only fdtnoiu in Kentucky, but noted through
out the United Slates, and probably Dowbere more
appreciated than in Tennessee. Immense fields of
wheat, oaia and corn, greet your eye in evrrv di
rcction as you pass through the county. Tbe
wheat crop, which by the way was never better,
is now being thrashed und made ready for market
Tbe oat crop is good, and corn, though a little
backward, never looked better. May "old Logan"
I was pleased to meet at these Spring many per
ona iroin rseenville; in tact tbe company now
present represent a large extent of country, ell
seeming to etijov themselves finely, luxuriating in
the shade and invigorating breeze, keeping time
to the notes of the violin, partaking of the cooling
draught of tbe sparkling waters, so highly celebra
ted for their medicinal qualities, ramb'ing through
the woods and caves, or should they feel inclined,
take a hunt or fish.
The proprietor, Mr. Jeffries is one of the beat
specimens of the Kentucky host to bo found.
II is agreeable, affable and gentlemanly deportment
endears him .to all who have the pleasure of his
acquaintance; bis unremitting atteution to his com
pany, his great desire to see and know they not
only ei joy themselves?, but feel free and at home,
seems to be a leading and prominent feature in the
management of the Springs.
Persons leaving Nashville at 5 o'clock in the
morning vtill arrive here the same evening at 6
o'clock. The accommodations at the Springs are
extensive, and none need be afraid of the "latch
string" being pulled in as long as Mr. Jeffries can
be found. Some important improvements are in
contemplation during the coming Fall. A gentle
man now here, representing the agency of the East
Tennessee variegated marble company, is about to
contract for the furnishing of a large lot of vases
and other ornaments for the use of water spouts,
The table iaprofunely furnished with the "fat of
old Logan,"and served up in superb style. More
anon. Yours, in haste, BOB.
Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.
Commas, Rockcastle co., Ky., July 22.
Last Sunday, as Rev. John G. Fee was preach
ing at this place, an armed mob forced their way
into the church, seized him and two other minis
ters who were with hiui, lie v. J. Richardson and
Kev. J. M. McLean, and, after abusing and insulting
them, finally decided that they should be taken
out of the county. Mr. Fee was struck on the
head and considerably injured. On the way out
a distance of about ten miles every opportuni
ty was improved by the mob to innult and abuse
their victims, and they heralded through the neigh
borhood they pushed that they had three horse
thieves and nigger thieves that they were going to
EST" The late vicar of Sheffield, Rev. Dr. Hut
ton, once said to the late Mr. Peech, a veterinary
urgeou, "Mr. Peech, how is it you have not called
upon me for your account" "Oh," said Mr
Peech, "I never ask a gentleman for money." "In
deed I said the vicar; "then how do you get on
if he don't pay." "Why," replied Mr. Peech
"after a certain timo I conclude that he is not
geudeuian, and then I atk him."
Lola Montci, a few days riucc, going from Buff
lo to Niagara Falls, seated l.ersi ll in the bug;a
car tn smoke. To tbe polita invitations of the con
ductur. Superintendent Cullnmore, ic, to tike i
seat el.-tewherx, she drew herself up defiantly, said
she bad travelled all over the world, rode w here she
pleaned, and would con'inue to do so, To Superin
tendent Collamore shasatd she had whipped larger
men than he wa whereupon she was suffered to
Ltt'e ner own way.
t2T'r' D. Ablamowicx, wife and family, of this
c.iy, sailed Iron) New lotk laet week lor Europe
Mr. A. was a PolLtlt exile, but he recently received
a pardon from the Emperor of Huhhu, with orders
that his tstite 6houl J Un returned to him. lie has
pone there to reclaim his property, aud designs, we
b liere, theu to return to tbe Untied butca. Lou
Tub VatiCAN. The word "Vacmi" m often
used, bat there ar many who do not understand
its import. The term refers to collection of buiid
intM on one of the seven hills ot Home, whic
covers a?pacol 1,200 fret in length, and about !,
000 in breadth. It is built on (he spot oi co ecu
pled by the esr.fen of the cruel Nero. It owes its
origin to the Binhop ol Koute, who, in the early
part of the t-uth century, em-ted n humble real
dence on its site. About the year ll!tk, Topi Eu
genius rebuilt it on a magnificent scale. Innoceut
II, a few years afterwards, gave it up as a lodging
to Peter II, kitiis of Arragon Iu lt(5, Clemeul
V, at the inftig ition ol the king of KraiiC', remov
ed the I anal See ft out Koin to Avmuon. when the
V tiffin reinaiued in a condition of obecuiity and
iirgleci for tuatiy yt ais. It U now the repository
01 multitudinous treasure of art.
fgrCharles Il S Teacher on the Piano, Harp,
Guitar, and In hinging, is now prepared to give lea
sous if desired, at the reciJei.co of the scholar,
Tcims one dollar a lcscou, cone engaged (or lea
than twenty lessons, pavabU Invariably on com
mencing. july 28 2m.
tSTbe Nashville Academy ol Muic will com
mence iu fifth session on the 3rd Monday iu Sep
tember next. For particulars apply to tbe Princi
pal, No. 24, South Vine street,
July 28 2m.
Interesting to Jiechaulcsaud 2riuufc
lurera-Tblrd Annual ft'iair
The Mechanics and Manufacturer of Tennessee
and &j lining Stt( s, aro reminded that the Tl.it J
Annual Fair aud Exhibition of the Mechanic's Insti
tute ol this Stale, will commence In October next
in this city. The annually increasing iutvntt man
ifested iu these exliUtioii.-, and visible advantage
resulting to exhibitors, ss well from the dissemina
tion of Important information aiuoug themselves,
as from tbe great publicity which they are thus ena
bled to give their businer, render it ceruiu that
tbe approaching exhibition wilt eclipse ia magnifi
cence and interest all its predecessors.
Copies ol Circulars, giving full particulars, can La
obtained at the Mechanic's Institute rooms. CoUt-ge
street, opposite the Bewuee, or by addressing tne
Preeideut, Wit. SroCKKLL,or Secretary U. K. WaL-
STEAUEOAT AND RIVES HEWS.
July 23 Maryland, Paducah.
July 29 Siigo, Paducab.
There are about 21 inches water on the Shoals.
SII Kit I FFA LTY.
QCj- We are authorixed to announce James M. Ei3TO as
a candidate fur Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next
&y- We are authorized to announce Jobs K. EnMOsneo
mm a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next
fi We are authorized to announce E. B. Biglet as a
candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March
ILr" we are authorized to announce A. Creele, as a
candidate for Sheriff of .Davidson county, at the next March
COfJfTY COCBT CLERK.
$CT We are authorized to announce Capt. Johs S. Dash-
ifll as a candidate for Co nty Court Clerk, at the March
rST We are authorized to announce Felix R. Cheat,
ram, as a candidate for re-election to the office of Couuty
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
We are authorized to announce Tiioa. D. Stogxe
as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the next March
Ureal Reduction on
SUMMER DRESS GOODS !
WO. 17 PUBLIC SQUARE.
WE will offer oar Ft LI, STOCK of Summer Dreis
Goods on MONDAY', July 13:h, and following days,
at 20 per cen under cost of importation consisting of
Floi: need Bareges, .fancy Jaconets,
44 Orgnnilies, " Organdies,
44 Jaconets, " Lawns,
Mantillas and Silks.
Nashville, July 11, 1S6T. GRAHAM A OLWILL.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS FRANKLIN AND
COLUMBIA TURNPIKE COMPANY.
A DIVIDEND of iyt per cent will be paid upon the
fctock as now represented on tbe books of the Com
pany, after the 1st of August, at the office of the Treasur
er, in Spring Hill, Tenn. J. W. CHE41Rij,
Cpriug I1U1, July 17 lm. Treasurer.
Gentlemen's Fine Shoes.
GF.NTLEMKN mill find a food a sortment of desirable
Fummer block at 42 College Street,
buper lasting' Pump hole Gaiters and Tie Shoes;
' French Cilt Kid Top Gaiters;
". 44 " Plain " "
" 44 " Oxford and two Tie Shoes;
Calf Kid Gaiters and Oxford Ties;
44 44 Pump Sole Hoots;
44 Patent Leather Kid Top Gaiters, 4c. Ac.
Just received by jut25.J J. RAMAGE.
D. Prison & Co.,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY,
No. 12, North 4th Street, above Market.
THE attention of Merchants Is requested to our Stock of
Ladies' and Gents, Mis.-es' and Child renb' li' ots, Shoes
ar.d O alters, comprising every variety, and exclusively
of our own manufacture, whi:b for fit, style, price and dura
bility, stands unequaled, julyll Ira.
WHISKY, BRANDY Bo WINES.
WE have on hand and for said a choice assortment o
Domestic Liquors, which we offer at wholesale to
the Naihviile tra le, viz:
(mh) bbis. Mononxahela and Rye Whisky;
f t)!) 44 Smith's Old Reserve do
800 " Iiourbon, our extra Brand;
100 44 Citawba Brandy, low price;
1(H) 44 Hweet Malaga Wine.
1 0 44 Muscat Wine, very nice;
150 casks French Packages Brandy;
11X10 MA 6. Double Rectified Whisky;
25 bbls. 8 to 5 year old Copper Whisky, from f 2 CO to
2 SO per gal.
Louisville, June 19 -d8tn. JNO. B. McTLVATN A 80N.
SoulUcrn l;cillc IVailroad
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 ttock allotted o
this place, (10,000 shares) must do so on or before that day.
As tne company nave niems lor all present wants, ap
proved acceptances on New Orleans will be received equal
to cash, maturing within eight mouths, at the usual rale of
discount chaiged by our city banks.
I am informed that seventy miles of the road are now un
der contract and the means have been provided to meet
the terms and oeniands of the contractors, viz: Messrs. J.
T.Grant A Co., of Georgia, 'i heir ability and experience,
in addition to the foretroing facts, give assurance of the en
ergetic constrnctioa of this ureat enternriae. The iron now
delivered for 27 miles of the road, with a grade of 20 miles.
All the lights; franchifes, Ac, of the company, when 2u
miles be completed, are placed bevoml forfeiture or con
tingency of any kind. The time within which to finish 20
miles is the ltith of February, 1S53.
juiyio. N. IJOBSON, Agent.
Royal Havana Lottery.
T'HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, un
der the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
take place at Havana, on
Tuesday, August 18tli, 1857.
Korteo IMuiiicro 6H5 Ordluario.
Capital IM'i'.C 100,000 101.
I Prise of...
4 Prises ol 2,0C
5 44 44 1,000
ti " " 600
113 " " 400
20 Approximations.... P.SOfl
4 Approximations to the HKl.000, of f GiK) each; 4 of 400 to
RO.OOO; 4 of 41)0 to 110,000; 4 of 400 to '.0,000; 4 of 400 to 5,tH 0
Wliule Tickets $20 ; Halves $10;
Prises cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on the Nashville city Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as seon as tbe result becomes
IVT" Commnnlcations addressed to DON RODRIGUEZ,
(care of City Post, Charleston, So. Ca.,) until August 18th,
will he attended to. July 911 td
I'uti'iit Sprlnir Chair sard Iron Furniture
Coiupauyt itlttiiuf actor)-, tl I ic (iu
Salesrooms, 292 Broadway, TJ". t.
1XCLCSIVE Manufacturers and Proprietor of the
d PATENT ELL1PTI 1AL STEEL 8PKINW CHAIRS, the
dmI elegant and luxurious Chairs In the World. The
touk the Premium t the great World's Fair at London,
Paris, aud New York. Suitable tor Parlors, Libraries,
Office-, Counting-Knom.t, Hotel, and LegitlaUve Halls.
Piano aud Store t ton Is, with or without Springs; oew and
beautiful patterns. Iron Setter ; Hall, Park, and (iarden
Chaii: Cemetery Chain and Hailing, Ac, Hit, Coat, and
Unibrela funds, hrome and till'. Centre, Pier, Saloon,
and Toilet Marble Tjp Tables. Iron Bedntcads, Plain acd
Ornamen'al, Folding and Permanent, for Hotels, Public
Io.tituiloii", Krvini-, Ac. Brackets, liilt and Bfoiaj In
Al.-o, Sole Agent for Southgat A Flake's Patent Screw
Wrench, which excel all others. The attention of Mer
chants is respectfully invited to an examination of tt
largest and most extensive slock in America. Fur sal at
the lo est prices for cash, or approved impi-r.
jnl2S-lin. BAML'k'L L FISKE.
TO .1IILLEKS AM) COOl'EKS.
- n .-
HA VINO pu- cha-td Si00 seres of heavily timbered land,
near I'aradue lii.l, 15 n llesf.ow Na-bville. with Saw
Mill, Sc., Ac, we are now errcuug our Barrsl and St ire
Machinery tl.rrrun, and shall be prepared in 8 weeks to
supply ad drrasudi tr flour u.i Dry Barrels, or stock
therefor, ready prepared fur set tin up, making superior
barrel io every respect, to any new ia use, of Machine or
Samples of lurrr't and 8to-k, ran be seen at nics4
China Hail, 4fi I'ubUc Si(uare. Having scU of Machinery,
we can, if uerekMiry, turn cut 14H) barreia per day.
tlrdats leoelved aud tnfvirmaltou given, aiso, Ooanty
Bights or sale by
f.nv.l e.July 15, 1D IN FERGUSON A CO
J US T HE CE1 1 ED!
MODEL CLOTHING BAZRAR
R0. 25CEDAK ST., NASHVILLD,
MERCHANT TAILORS aid dealer io Ready-Bad
a.de Clothing aud Furnishing- ooods, bavJut re-
ccied a uiaguitL-cul aucrtmeot of
Vine I'lecc Uootls,
CoiMltUcg ol French Cloth, Cawimere and Vesting of
every ahade and ceiur, which I8 make up tu order I
tbe best nianaar and at the tbortert eotioa Aiway es
baud a ruo.pi.te auoriment of b-tal) V-MAuK CWTllINli
ami nsMfUi.so uujih.
AU of wbieh we Srr to our friends and the puhlie reoe-
rally, at the LOW tu-t' FkU!fc4 huncii.
1 flfl lf ). Bl'SH KIA WHEAT WANTCD.de
M. f VF l J it, .red at aty atore b 80th of Jly.
biabcat market pruw wUl be paid. Eaea
R. C. BANDT.
So. 6tl, Call, ge etreel.
1'JISK elee eieigh from lb,, to luur tons, Uia prem
lam haa been aearded lhm ever FalrfraKk' aad
O' hcrs, and have gaiacd a re.Hiuuae abov a'l seaie ta
- 1 hev axe w . onUucid as to Deter tti st of order.
aud ' arraBieal to Uat aa ktg as th timber that tbey
are act OB, tarutet and buatuaa saea Wiahicg to xs.
toe Uicee ticaia ca& da nt by ciUBf at
U. V. SAsDTT, Agect,
JulylO. Ko-MCuUege ..fcabvtlte,tBB. .
WHITS BILK E055ETS 3T EXPHtsI
RECEIVED thia analug by Maprett a of White Silk
Butuieu, tf Ue Very iaUMl aiylca aud tnauufJ ma-
AUe. t o erf elrgaat o-.il ad French JaeoBetl.
I Mi eJ pea M j, ue atuauau Our ntu. f mvHim
tn soucr.l iaoeitauoriej.ftad U be 0a4 to mt&Lmm
ism f at Ww ri a.
Juti9. a IBBT MnRtUNt CO.
""" nu; itaicK,
A FIHST-tATK !! f Flak itatcK. caa always
V iifc.i at the Aai7iA.Uirl iibpieake&i ac t r- 1 m
BY THE NATIONAL LINE. ,
Eeporta Femiaaed by the Associated Press.
St. Paul, Julj 26. Ad express from the Sioox
agency reports ;that 10,000 Inoians are deljin;
tbe L tated States troops, and taat Hostilities are
nnavoidahlv renewed. The settlers are fifing to
the Fort for protection. Governor Medary is en
deavoring to preserve peace and sustain the action
of the Superintendent. Their annuities will be sus
pended till the band of murderers shall have been
surrendered. The Sioux refuse to surrender them
and are trying to make a collision with the Govern
ment troops. A telegraphic dispatch from tbe Sec
retary of war refuses Medary arms and volunteers
for their defence; this has cau-ed great excitement,
and 200 men are about to march to tbe frontier.
Tne Democratic Convention has not yet organ
Wahikoton, July 29. Commodore L. F. New-
ton died of Paralysis yesterday.
The opinion of tbe Attorney General justifies
Cant. Vilkes in puni-biug Detsman for disobedi
ence of orders in the South S-.-a Exploring Expe
Governor Cumminga instructions are completed
he muat cause the laws to be executed, and not
molest tbe people on accouut of their religious
opinions, but hold them responsible for their con
President Buchanan has portioned tbe sons of
Col. Pritchlynn who were convicted in Arkansas
I.iSt autumn for an assault with intent to kill.
Thomas II. Dunn, of Mississippi, has been ten
dered tbe Secretarvshio of State for Utah. II is
acceptance is considered doubtful.
W. Belion is appointed U. S. Attorney for the
rtorthera district ot Ohio.
Boston, July 29. The Sloop-of-war Cyane has
arrived with 53 of Vv alker a troops in a destitute
Nkw York. July 29. The steamer Ariel has ar
rived with London dates to tbe 15th.
A Cabinet Council was held at London immedi
ate! v udou the receipt of tbe disastrous Indian
Sir Colin Campbell was despatched to take com
mand of the Indian army.
Canton was suffering of famine.
A battle had occurred between the Imperial
troops und the Rebels.
St. Louis, July 29. E. Bolton, deputy Clerk of
the Supreme Court of LUh, sends the aSijavits of
the Attorney General, denying Judge Drummond s
statement of the destruction of tbe the records of
the Court. lie says they are all safe iu his cus
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, 1
Nashviu-k, July 30, la67. f
Whut Owing to unfavorable advices from New York,
speculators here have reduced their figures for wheat. They
are now offering 60c for Mediterranean, 70e for red, and SOc
for white. But little is coming in.
We have no other change to note in any of the leading
articles of trade. Business continues very dull.
Thompson's New York Bank Note Reporter says :
For a few days past the call for land warrants has been
quite active, and caused an advance; but the supply now is
about equal to the aatnanu. v e now (July TJ) quote :
4'1 acres. .
80 do .
12) do c
lCd do .
,.f 1 10 $ acre.
f 1 15 acre.
Charleston, July 26.
Wbkat This article was in fair demand during the greater
part of the week, and holders realized better prices than
ere anticipated when we closed our lait report The re
ceipts foot up 13,5i'0 bushels, of which some 1 ,100 bushels
sold at 1 COS.1 70, principally at 1 651 70 per bushel
for good to prime red Ihe telegraphic reports of the New
Yo'k market, published this morniinr, show that the article
is un.set'led, at a decline of 5 cents there, and this, in'con-
nection with the fact that there is no immediate means of
shipment tor the next few days, caused purchasers to hold
off, and the article to-day, therefore, has been qaiet, and
holders wanting to realize, cannot sell to such advantage as
they could a day or two ago. The coming week, however,
will determine whetner present prices win be upnelu or not.
Exportsof the week lSin) bushels.
Bacon Continues firm at the full prices of last week.
The Jtock or tides is exceedingly light, and as we mentioned
in last week's report, held by one or two dealers, who reatize
li cents per lb. in a retail way. We have heard ot some
sales of small lots to arrive, however, at 14)c. Shoulders,
of which the stock is more ample, are in mode ate demand,
holders rtalizing 12 cents for prime, liams continue with
Augtsta, July 27, P. M.
What. White tl 4C1 50; lied $1 25tl 85 per
MBMPnis July 29.
W'bsat There is hut little improvement in wheat fince
the last quotation Tlie general offers for prime to choice.
for immediate delivery are from 1 10(&1 15, including bags;
or 1 051 10 without. There is but little disposition to
make contracts for future delivery, come choice lots are
selling as hife'h as 1 201 25, b.iL-s included. Inferior 80
90c; common 951 00; prime $1 ti5jl 10; choice 1 10
1 15, sacks returned. Inferior 85(Jfc95c, common 1 (Xsl 10,
ptiwetl 10(&1 15, choice tl 15(2il 20, sacks included.
THE IWAIIKETS KV TELEGRAPH.
New Oblzaks. July 28. Cotton market firm
no sales. Corn 8590. Prime red wheat $1 41 ;
Sales of cotton lor three days 300 bales ; receipts
860 : stock on hand 12,300 bales ; decrease 248,-
460 ; at all ports 580,850. Sterling exchange 10c.
I WILL open and hold an election for Governor, mem
bers of Congress and Legitnrein the several civil Dis
tricts of Davidson county, on Thursdav, 6th day of Au
gust. The Convtabies in the several districts are hereby
authorised to hold said election.
The County Court have appointed the following persons
to act as Judges and CKr. s iu the different Wards and Dis
tricts of the Couuty.
Jdpgss ABO Clbrks
Dist. No. 1 1st Ward Temple O. Harris, John Col tart and
Thou. J. Hade, W. H. Townsend and
M. M. Monahan.
L. II. Lanier, B. 8. Weller, wnd B.
W. Porter O. B. Brown, Clerk.
John W. Martin, J. W. Felts and W,
D. F. Carti-r, Mason Vannoy and J.
Jo. Francis, Thos. W. ChilU.n and
V. A. Baugh W. W. Pettifor,
W. A. Davis, J. L. Jarrell and Isaac
Nieho'as P. Corb'tt, Wm. Harrison
and Martin C. Cotton.
, No. . John Corley, Watt. McMurry and John Greer
J. Corlf v. lr. and Greer.
8 Moses McRidlev. Oeoree W. Charlton and
Thos. J. Mann L. Charlton a-.d P. J. Couch
44 4 Timothy Dodson, E. Hamilton and Ben Hurt
F. K. (Heaves and W. Dod-oa.
44 6 Ashley Basel!, R. H. Wallace and W.D.Ba
ker K. O. Kowe and N. N. Cox.
" 6 W. H. B. Oambill, Joel A. Pattle and Wm.
Austin W. P. Booker and Joel A Battle.lr.
- 7 John B. Hope, W. C. Briley and Jame Ba'
ran A. Whitimore and K. H. Wallace.
" 8 Wm. Ogilvie, W.C. Ramnev and Jaa. Rains
J. A. Ramsey and John Rain.
. W. H. Hagans. Ihos. B John-on and Andrew
G'vory r d. Lucti and Jo. Whititt.
" 10 J. W. F. Manning, W P. Harding and Ja. M.
Hawkins R. Cren haw and W. C. Bnrchett
44 11 Wm. K.lmis'on, H. Compton and Allen Cotton'
W. Onell and F. Carrpbell.
44 13 Jesse Jordan, W. K. Watkin and John SI
Joelln Sam. Davidson, jr.
44 18 Benj. Cox, W. G. Saelton and W. Dealer C.
Level! and W. Melius v.
44 14 James L. Greer, James Russell and Skelton
Demons Wm. Demon and Wm. Frasier.
44 IV John S. Prichett, Thos. J. Allison arid Moses
Greer John Hailey and K. Halsted.
14 18 Jaioea K Newm, Knger Peprsm and Jame
M. Dunn O Charlton and Dr. Bagwell.
44 17 James Kulghum, Wm. Unborn and M. Usry
ham. Daun and t. J. t rider.
13 Z. StoU, llirsm Vaoghan and A. C- While A
F. tale and John 1. I'.rien.
44 1 W. U. llamblin, W. B. Hudson and John Ty
lor 8. 8 Hall and Gee.
" 80 W. C. Hall, W. M. Dimuks and W. 8. Foster
Wesley Drake and R. H. t artwnxht.
44 SI Andrew Hooper, Thos.T. Saunders ard J. Tar-
b rough lico. Kee.it e an-1 Je. Phillips.
44 21 Goorge W. Campbell, (ieo. W. Wa lter and O
Mr hull L. L. Crocker and Ceo. Webber
83 W.J. Drake, David Ko'ston snd ! Wil
liams Wellington Hyde and John Drake.
" 81 M. M. Wilainwu, B. F. Binkley and Ed Graves
Taiae.li t.lierlr an I Joe Julmwa.
25 Dennis Doner, . a-t b Mayo and Jame H. Lee
U. U. Lute and lo SU-an,
J.lySl U J. K. aDMLDSON,SUerir.
Nashville to Beaver l)am Springs.
"HE undersigned r bow running
rrnlirliu of FnUR liOKF. hijTf-j
cuac 11 -., ju i.un Mis M-Kl.lS, ciiuutcuu oa
run.lay, Wednesday and Friday , h the Mortlcs Train
of Car of tfc Ten uere A Alabama Railroad, at t homo
ud's depot. Far from Naahnlie to Beaver Data tprtags
iuo2-i:m. CARTER. THOMAS UOCCa.
aaiva. a. r. eevsai. eso. j
h3HTII, GUT1IKIE & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DO.VISTiC LIQUORS1
At at fa raa saLB o
viikmma v ti:.-.m:!si:k toiiacco,
Ko. 661 21 tin 8t , Eetweea 8cosd axd Third,
T lire she rs,
A M daily eipecticg i s lour fc.ir i powvr Oi.ia and
Penoslaaia sapcror ThrwaJiera.
J!y a, B. B. t 'l-Lrt
, ratuura. w ataooa. a. siiu. biicsi.
C. W. PHILLIPS a ca
VILl-IAMS, niiiaLirs & CO.,
ct4ly It'S W CKLZJiXS
Weakness of tbe Stomach and Indiges
Another Great Cure rjferted ly Ectrhave's Holland Siller.
The wife of Pieter De Witte, living ia Holland Town,
Sheboygan county, Wisconsin, suffered much front Weak
ness of the stomach and Indl gestion. She had been on ler
a physician's cars for some time, but the disease seemed
to baffle even his skiH. She purchased some HOLLAND
BITTB3 at our office, which has given tone to her atom
acb: her aDoetite and strength are returning, ana we
firmly believe that this is another great care effected by
your medicine. -
We have still to record many wonderful cures effected
by this remedy, but mustwait another opportunity. One
thing you can rely upon, what we ha-- e published are from
persons much respected in our community, and are literally
true. J. QUINTCfl,
Ed. Sheboygan Nieuwsbode, Sheboygan, Wis.
Holloway's Pills and Ointment- Guard agains t
imposture. To do this, look well for the water-mark,
"Hollo ay, New Tork and London," which exit in every
leaf of the book of directions enveloping the medicine.
This trade mark is manufactured ia the paper itself, and
discernible on being held up to the light.
Bold at the manufactory, No. 60 Maiden Lane, New Tork,
and by all drcetriots, at 25c., 62c, and f 1 per box. 82
"Woodland Cream-" -A romade for leavtifying the
ITair highly perfumed, superior to any French article
imported, and for half the price. For dressing Ladies Hair
it ha no equal, giving it a bright glossy appearance. It
oausea Gentlemen's Hair to curl in the most natural man
ner. It removes dandruff, always giving the hair the ap-
pearince of being fresh shmpooned. Price only fifty cents.
Nonte genuine unless signed
FT RIDGE k CO., Proprietors of the
"Balm of Thousand Flowers,"
Sold by all Druggist. Nsw Yoat
Ihe only remedy for Consumption which experience has
proved reliable, HEGEMAN, CLARK GO'S, (late En eh
ton, Clark A Co.,) PCRE AND GENUINE COD LIVER
OIL. It has stood the test of ten years with increasing
popularity, and proved efficacious where others have failed.
Bee that you get Hegeman, Clark A Co s, for since the
death of our Mr. Rushton, an article called "Hutlion1"
has 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 Druggists
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Fains, and other irregularities
of the Bowela. It can now be cured in every case lor 75
cents, by the use of TUCKJSIi'S LxtULiixlA SXJKUr,
which has been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced tbe most effectual
remedy new in ue. It has performed more astonishing
eures than any other specific. A human life ean be saved
in nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
lorsaeby KERN AN c RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug-
g'.S-3. pr om
105 MEDICAL PREPEATI0NS
FOR THE CCRE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undersigned, having been appointed sole Agent for
Nashville, for the sale of ,he Medical Preparations recom
mended in 44Dr. Freese's Combined Systtm of Practice, for
Physicians and Families,'' would respectfully offer them to
such of our citiz-ns as need a restorative to heattk.
These preparations are compounded from the recipes of
the most celebrated Physicians and Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure every tnovn disease, that is at
all within the 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, tee Dr. Freese's Combined Sys
tem of Practice, together with Cards, Posters, Ae.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chests, and Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at his Drug Store, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEECH,
No. 20 Eewanee Building, College at.,
Jnnelo 6m. Kabville, Tenn.
a. n. coons.
BAM. BLAO I
GOODE & BLACK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
mi'LRXIVAN COUNTY, XEXAS.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FURS,
JVo. 23 Public Square,
For Sum mcr
Pumirer styles and summer weather.
For once have come together.
1 FNTLFMEN will please call and examine those beau
V4 tlful styles ot DiifctS HATH, iust introduced at the
Hat Emporium of A. J. FRANCISCO,
junciiO. No. 23 Public Square
CI.1TK COMIItni, and several New Style of
-1 the Fashionable Shape CASSlMtUE HAT for the hot
weather. Just received at A.J. FRANCISCO'S.
I une30. tio. 83 Public Square.
NE1V AND HEAUTII'UL STYLES.
NEW and beautfful colors of the Soft Hat, appropriate
for the extreme hot weather, just opened at
rpiISF. FI!VK FHENCII VELVET
A- 11 A 'AS, So much Sought
A TS, So much sought after, no imitation, but
a genuine article, just received at
PA.'VA.VIA A.I LI GIIUH.V HATS.
WE have just opened a fresh supply of STRAW GOODS
for the Summer, consisting of Leghorn Panama
Canton, British, and Leghorn of every description for men
boys aiid children at FRANCISCO'S.
MIILDKL'!ii FANCV aTUAWS,
less variety, at the Fashionable Hat Store of
juneSO. No. 83 PnbBo Square.
LYONS & CO.,
I P0&TEE3 AND WHOLESALE DZA.LE2.S 15
BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
OF ALL KINDS,
llavana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,.
No. 19SCedar-8t., NasIiTillc, Teun.
riHB nodersigned are constantly snaking additions to
A. their already vsry large and tlneiv assorted stock of
Coods In their line, and respectfully solicit a continuance
of the vrry liberal patronage hitherto bestowed on them.
We are now, better than ever, enabled to oiler our cus
tomer every inducement to purchase from us. Oar stock
comprise In part, the following articles:
oO packages French brandy, of the finest brands;
00 44 Maderia, sherry and Port Wines, extra qualities;
60 44 iioilaDd Gin, Jamaica and Eu Croix Ham; Iiour
bon, tlor.or.fra hel and ether Wbissies; Sweet
Malaga, with a full assortment of ail kind of
00 boxe Lyon A Co. Shiedham Schnapps;
100 44 Lyon A Co.' celebrated Medicated Brandy;
l&U " Hosteller A &1 ilia' tutter aud tireen' Aromatic
800 boxe French, EnglUh and American Pickle, Sauces,
Catsup, Ultves, Caper. Fraite, Preserves.
Era a,l r Fruits, i'retb fiaimuo, ireab LotwUrs; .
ot" 4 cose caruiues;
& do do;
&' koaca Fresh Cov Oyster.
800 boxes extra fine Che ing Tobacco:
lt'O 44 Celebrated Pocahontas .-noking Tobaeco;
boo Olaaed, Koauiei ad I other fipea,
8S0.00O Ha an Cigars, eou-umog In part of the follow
tig well known brands
Laiar, Umnibos, Magnolia,
Napoleons hi Jol, Fior de Charbtcn,
Washington.. Eureka, Pnncipe.
And various other favorite kinds.
We re detcrn ined to pat oar goods t th very lowest
prices, and iil guarantee aatialacUta ia ail sale. AU are
respectfully invited to examine our stock.
LYOa A CO- 19 Cedar st.,
aprS Near th Post Oihc.
a. U. CU1UW,
I AM prepared ta furBiaa CoiBe ef very d-acrtptioa,
from the Bn Caket tu th pialneat Servaat CoSa, to
gether w lib every th ing eeoesry fur fu oerat AH order
left at By War K&oraa. Deader sck street, next door to th
I'p and Cp l ivery Mabl. twiweea Cherry and Sumas
street, w.U recctv Buy prompt aiteaUoo beta day as
f arsllar repaire4 or taad to order la th fcent style
lulys. J. H. CLK.r.
Xevr Ice Cream
and Soda Water
o o isr.
IV 1 U A ii A s ,
SO. IS DSADCX1CS FT&fcrT,
J "Ei PS eoa.tajitty ea hand A Bs amirtast of Co
JV feeuo-artxa, frtttsa, Oirtra, ASe, ae, tie will. .Us
d-rtsg the nam kep a supply W ICS CSKAM, c ti
bet e.ity. it rwnf-rrtfutly aaa a khar of pt
a. a. aATSa.
. I tllSA.
II. II. IIAVrSES
AGFXT3 FOX THE PURCHASE -I.V.
aai of Stf 'e, at &. W, I'U-t &Ai .d acaad. J. 8 i r.
tvf tti fey
n Mtitl a-i f ivuilcn reaiJ .
IIIPORTAiM TO JIAMFACTURERS AXD SPECULATORS.
JUSTICE & GALBBEATH'S COTTON PLANTER AND CULTIVATOR.
would be ned in the n-nal way of tow'tag. Rsmember seed Is worth 80 cents per bushel
This Marhineis also an elegant Cultivator, after the Cotton Is up. The front plow, hopner and eoverinr block may
all be removed, and Scrapers screwed en. And then you scrape both .id" he rowfand borrow the ground,?nd
plow the cotton, if necessary, ail at once; thus saving the labor of at loajtS oi 6 hands. K '
The above Machines can be got op at a cost of not over eleven dollars, and can be sold in theooth tor 25 or f 30 as
P,7nr ' w. ch,U'.h J r ;," n' ,et "ylhi8- Prevent joa making n inves'ilaiion of our
Cotton Planter. We challenge the world to how a better or more Ubor saving and useful implement for the parp. ae
recommended. The first obiection is yet got to be set op against it.
p V'l.iin'll'r-Zn6, V t!?9 Stt.W80ee Uou,e CoIlee gtree. Nashville. We have set the Patent
of MX MaChlne ' X Cen" 0Q lhe bale 01 ctoo. Produced of any State. KeXerence being had to the Statistics
We ean be seen at the Sewanee House at present.
ry Call and see the model.
Time Sale of Groceries at Auction
CH SATURDAY, 8th of August, at 10 o'clock, A. M., we
J will offer In front of cur store the following
trig articles :
f0 bhds prime Sugar:
60 bbls c'hed Sugar;
40 bss Va Tobacco;
fOO bundles Wrapping Paper;
60 bgs Pepper and frpice;
10 kg bar Lead;
80 kgs Shot;
20 bn Starch:
15 bbis Appls Vinegar;
200 bags Rio Coffee:
1500 bag fine Salt;
10(i0 bags coarse do
000 bbls Whbky:
S00O kegs Wheel'g Nls;
l o oxs Mar Candles;
300 bus Soap;
50,' 00 German Cigars;
u oxs alalcnei;
Together with every article usually kept in Grocery es
Terms of Sale.
Under $500. 80 days; over tOO and under 1000, 63 days;
over 1000 and under 3000, 90 days; over 2000 4 months
without interest for approved paper.
ilUtK, WHtLKSd A UU.,
july20. Successor to Johnson, Horne A Co.
Gift Sale of Books at Auction.
On finfi VOLUMES Standard Works nil! be of
J JJJ fered for sale at Auction this Night.
Purchasers of Books will receive presents with their pur
chase, to be distributed as usual.
M. C. BBCCk, Auetioner,
JuneS-tf. Coil-ge Street.
Fresli Arrivals of Leather Belting
JUST received by B. R. Cutter, corner C illege and Broad
way, 2000 feet of Leather Belting, from la to 11 inches ia
wiain. Also, fresn supply or extra Lace Leather. 1 in
vite the attention of Machinist to the above art c:e.-, which
will be told on the very best terms for cash, by
H K. Kj u tt fc.it,
JuIylO. corner College & llroadwav.
have, also, in store and for saH, every variety of Shoes
and Boots for Ladies and Gentlemen. Mise3, Youths
and Childrena wear. Slso, a very de'irable assortment of
Hats, consisting of Pearl Cass, Black Cass, Black Fur, Pa
nama, Leghorn, Straw, and every variety of Wool Hats, all
of which will be sold very low fur cath by
JulylO. Noa. 86 A 89, cor College A Broaoway.
. V. KIHCHLKT.
B. S. SAKCHKZ
KIJXCIILEY & SANCHEZ,
Produce and Commission Merchants,
AND DE ALE its IN
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FL0UE,
No. 7 Warren Block., Augusta, Ga.
Say Particular attention given to the sale of all con.
ignments. tnayl3 6 in
HAVE Jutt received the most superior Cow Bells ever
offend for sale In this mark ei. Call, farmer, before all
B. 8. WLLLLK, Sr.
P. P. PECK & BR0.,
RATE for sale TWO FINE COACHES, -WTV '
jw uvu .CW lull. iiiCM
Coaches are w believe finer than any
brought West of the Alleghany Mountains.
P. P. PECK BKO.,
INVITE the attention of country dealers to iheir stock of
Buggies. We make a good article which we warrant.
We have also on band an hastern article, which we war
P. P. PECK & llltO.,
HAVE this day received Three COACHES,
believe to be finer than any in Tennessee.
Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
JUST received per Express a choice lot of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Dressing Cases ; Work Boxes, furnished
and unfurnished. Also, Ivery, Wood and a variety ot
Palm Leaf Fans; Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh and Cloth
Brushes; Pocket Books, Portmouiea, Kaxers and Strap,
Scissors, Ac. For sale by
July 81. J. H. MeGILL.
WIUTi: & t'OLOUCIl SII I It I S.
OUR Stock of Shirt it now complete, ranging in sise
from It to Id Inches ta the neck. We n now fit everr
iac, ii a warrant au tne nner graues,
For sale by
3. H. MeGILL.
JUST to band another invoice of seasonable Underwear
of Linen, Silk, Lisle Thread, (Jan. Merino, tiaute
Cotton, and a variety of other styles.
July si. J. II. MeGILL.
RECEIVED this day a superb assortment of Ties, plain
Black Satin and Silk , and a variety of Fancy co ors.
July HI. J. u. MeGILL.
A N OTHER Invoice of Socks, variou tyle. received
a. and for sale by
J. H. MeGILL.
UVHO. A.M STANDI. MS COLI.AUH.
A HANDSOME a -sortment of Collars, regular styles,
and a km mall Standing Culiars. received by
July SI. J. H. MeGILL;
SHLET EOS02H8 AND FEAKL STUDS
A SMALL lot of hand-ore Shirt Bosoms, and a supply
of beautiful Pearl Studs, received and lor aile by
July tl. J. U. McGil.L.
7S have yet a few best quality Sole Leather Trunk
v v ana t aliaes, ana a lot of cheaper style.
July SI. J. u. MeGILL.
JC6T received a small lot of light Dress Buckskin Glove,
and a variety o f other style for ale by
J. H. MeGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
July SI. corner of Squar and Coiiege street.
w. a. & j. g7mcci:ind
A KC o Swing a very large and desirable Stock of Staple
il and Fancy Goods, at very reduced pncs for cash.
Person baying good ta' this market would do well to ex-
bum their Clock, as great bargains may t expected.
Kiel Dress Goods.
Elegant Flounced an d Bayadere (Silks : Striped and
Cheeked do-, Fioanoed, P rioted and Plain Uarreea, Rich
Ma Jus, ate., at grauiy reJueeJ prices, (fast st:e
bareg s, Ac, greauy below oust.)
Mantles, Sltavrls-, c.
W ar offering Mantles, Eh wis and Scarfs very cheap
Table Lines. Napkiaa, Towels, Lines Shertlotr. "heavy
thsaiiy' Linen, Curtain Damasts, Mat tings and all kinds
of 8u.pl Goo, very cheap. A Urg kit of Ul Window
&hslc at very kw precc, at
Nashville, July JI. UaU CoUeg. street.
BATE this day disposed of my enure interest ia the
boaiaas of Johaeoa, Hora. . Co- lo Jao. A. Fiaher
aad J ' Wbeieas, who will oontiatte it a bereu fore, vod
fwr whom 1 aaraesUy. suiicit a liberal tha.-e of n,tii pa
Jalj, 8 tx. E. A. II0S.5EL
FISHEIt, WIIEXXSS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO JOUSSOK, HORSiK A CO.)
C OTTOS, T&baoco, guv if. General Comausaioa and
Prdare Merchaou, coioer broad an I ktarket sireeia.
Jtaahvuie. Teas- will Ac vote te-Ir aitcauoa to at
buaioesa tatraalcd to thes. Iu i If.
I7l wilt be eoeat Uy ta lhe Maket fcr Wheat, far
f vfeta W Will pay Ui aaartet ne.
jalyf O. tuiilfL, VtUUlA4 k CO.
r. a. tsavatJt-o. A. c axaaurov. at t5utruat
EXHinOID, E;0TJDY CO.,
CcEU-UAsica tl Forwarding Hsrch.'uitj,
. fctatjut ta
E;p, Isfsisf, Eaccs va4 r.e.r.
?f. lt fceMU ! et lett Louis,
tar Csmejfi.icW ot all kstieit FrJuce r-rrf.J
SiJ prj uy itii4 to -jl trist w J-
LHIit'r SUJM'.'l . e have , a ;rs wt
laja fcr Uj"i,te 6f lhia av3it.'-5 x.r.'-tce
rpHE Patent -Right of
X this new invention is
efferent lor sale by the in
ventors. This Planter was
Invented by an old cotton
planter, arid we feel safe
in saving it is the best im
plement ever eft-red to the
Booth. This M achine con
sists in the following pr
lieulars and works as fol
lows: Harrows the bed or
ridce. and opens the fur
row, and drops the seed,
and covers them np; thus
comnletins- the whole of
the worn at one going
over, and saves the labor
of fcur men and three
torse; and doe ihe work
much nicer than can be
done in the usual way;
and alio, saves at least
one-half the eed that
a few days, address
JUSTICE i GALBREATR,
THE eriber bavin? on hand an un
usually large Stock of PIANO FORTK3,
tor the Summer trade, will offer extra in.
dncementa either for cash or four month
paper, (interest, onlv added.)
Those in need of a No. 1 Instrument,
would do well to give me a call. Every
Pians sold by me is fully warranted.
Also A large Stock Musical Merchandise
and Sbee- Music; amongst which cn he
found the beautiful songs: Gentle Annie,
Magu'is by my Side, Old Play Ground, What
doit thou, Oh wandering Dove, Ac, Ac,
W allies, Ranunculus, Rose-bud, Sagath
eridan, Ac. Polkas May Queen, Hesita
tion, Minehaha Lovers' Letter Box, Crystal,
Ac. Come and tee, at. No. 83, Union
juue 82. JAS. A. MoCLCEE.
ARE LOCATED IN MACON COUNTY, TENNESSEE,
on the waters of Trammel Creek, four miles tat of
the turnpike leading from Gallatin, Tenn., to Scottsvilie.
Ky., and will be prepared for the reception o! visitors and
invalids by tbe 1st of June. This place has already
acquired a reputation widely circulated for the highly medi
cinal character of it waters, (four different varieties,) and
is now being visitad by very many, living remotely, who go
in search of a healthy and delightful summer retreat, not
only the invalid, but the seekers after pleasure.
Having gone to considerable expense in refitting and
enlarging our means of acoommodatirn we flatter oar
selves that we will be able to add materially to the com
fort of all who may favor us with a visit, having during the
past winter put away about seventy thousand pound, of
very fine Ice. We have had built 1'2 additional bed rooms,
besides a large one 60 by 9 ft, latticed on each si le toafiord
air, in which the lovers of pleasure and social enjoyment
will find ample room for recreation.
It ia only necessary to say that chrrnlo affections of any
of the more important organs exhibit the efficacy of the
waters, particularly those of females. There will be a
practising Physician here at all times, should his profes
sional services be required. Thankful for the very kind
and liberal patronage heretofore extended towards us, by
our numerous friends and visitors, we anin ak a continu
ance of the same, with the assurance that neither t'tne nor
pains shall be spared to render all comfortable and agreea
ble, who may sojourn with us in future.
Having secured the services of Mr. and Mrs. Pat
terson, the public may bs assured of hearty cheer in
the dining-room. Our stable, too, will be well attended to.
Our charges will be a low as the times and season will ad
mit of, viz: For regolar boarders, or those remaining one
week or more, (washing extra) $1.00 per day; children of
10 years of age and under and servants, half price; horses
b0 cents per day. Transient visitors will be charged 60
cents per meal or from tl,?0 lo $2,00 per day. For extra
services a reasonable charge will be made. Washing, Iron
ing, Ac, H.00 per doten. For pressing or iiouing diess for
liiili -s, half price.
A Uack will leave the Springs every other morning at 9
o'clock, A. M., to meet the Nashville A Louisville rtav at
the Rock House, to run regularly through the season.
WM. A. DbB jW A BKOTHr.K,
June9 mayl-t-triwSco Proprietor.
COLUMBIA HOUSE, CAPE ISLAND, CAPS MAY,
KW JEll&EY. This extensive establishment will
be opened fur the reception of company on THURSDAY,
June 1 1, inst. Since the close of last season it has been
put in complete order. Painted throughout, Papered, and
much new Furniture added. A corps of the best drilled
Colored Servants have been selected from this City and
Baltimore, and every attention will be paid to secure the
comfort and pleasure of the guests. Application for Room
or Cottages can be made at the office ot the subscriber.
No. 93 Walnut street,
June 1 eod2m. FhtluiieltiUia, !.
CLUISOKAE'S MACHINE WORKS,
THE attention of Railroad Companies, Farmers, Manu
facturers, and all person deairou? of purchasing at
home good machinery, such as STEAM ENGINES, CAST
INGS of every description, GEARING, CAK-WUKfcLS of
the moit improved patterns, SAW MILLS. PUM KS, Ac; Ac,
is respectfully called to this new Establishment now grow
ing up rapidly on the premises of the late Nashville Manu
facturing Company. We intend to carry on the business
fully as extensive as before, and eh ill soon be read j to take
orders for Machinery and Castings. We have already
commenced operations in our blaclismith shop and Boiler
yard, and shall give immediate tatitfaction to old and new
We are experienced Mechanics each of us personally
attending to his own department and thus we shall be
able to turn out superior work at lower rates than hereto
fore done in this city. We shall warrant every piece of
work done at this Establishment, and give prompt and
personal attention lo every order left at our office; thus we
hope to give general satiifaetioo, and be patrouised by ail
friends of home manufacture. M. JACKi.lt A CO.,
Claiborne Machine Works, Nashville, Teun .,
Juns27 tf Late Nashville Matif. Co.
Phelps A Jones vs. R. P. Boiling, et al.
IN pursuance of the order mad tn the above cause at the
last Ma Term of this court. I will sell, at the Court
house yard-gate in this city, at 11 o'clock, on MONDAY,
the 10th day of August next, the cottage home and grounds
attached, which were formerly occupied by the said H. P.
Bollintr, lying S.W mile from the citv. and on ihe west
side of the Hillsboro turnpike road. The same to be soli
divided as follows, vt; 1st. The Improvement and two
acres surrounding them, and then the balance of the ground
in one body say 8 or 8 acres. Free from redemption.
TSRJts 1 and K years credit, with Interest, and a lien re
tained. C. 1. BRIkN. C.A M .
July 10. Chancery Court at Nashville.
THE SCARCITY OF MEAL.
ITS high price, and the Inconvenience of obtaiulng It,
Induce us to call attention to the
Celebrated "Excelsior" Mill,
As adapted to okimdiso Msxl for famllv use. and era h ins-
Corn and Coh IA heat. Rye or oats for stock, thereby en
abling fcVkiiY MAN TO BK0OMK
Ilis Own Miller!
The "EXCELSIOR" has received nearly OJJK HCSDRE0
PRKMICMS in contest with the Improved -1 1 tie Olant,"
"filar Mill" and others. It rrindin surface la east Sena-
rate from th Mill and ean be restored, when worn out, at
a cost of three dollar. It also discharge th Meal from
one point directly into a half-bosheL Furnished complete
With Two Pair of Grinding
(Which make it equal In durability ta two ordinary Mill,)
lor r Uy Dollar.
tW County Rights for eal.
JAMES C. BALDWIN & CO.,
No. 87 Co.iege street, Nashville, Teaa.
a. c Asnsasus. B. rrossaAta.
R. C. ANDERSON & CO.,
waouca-JLS asd aaytaii dkalsks is
Readyniade Clotliing, Ilats, Caps&c.,
Ho. 45, JSarket Et, villa, Tean.
HAVING greatly enlarged car establUhment, and added
the branch of TAILORING, Ac, to our buaineaa, we
are prepared to 11 all orders with which w may be favor
Is as larr and varied a that of any other 'eetablLhment
in the city, nd our castomer may rely thai thry can get
as good article, and as good bargain, a can b bad ia
vrni and It to their Interest to giv a a call before par.
rhaalns elseahere. Their order will be a troeaplly
Sl.e.t, and opo a aocuoodticg tcrau, a if they ware
permnai y present.
Our houae aod business I pe rtrsnent, and w shall keep
a fuB tuc cwo.iBiiy on hand, the year rond, varying
aceordii'g to the season. AU o' our wurk Is dune at bocee,
nnder our o.a eupervisios, and we can safely reooejmend
it as beiu; free from the u.ual objection uf kajlcru taade
WE 1UC SOW
PRIPASEO TO FUX CKba&i FR0U
lOOO TO souo i.VY,
nasiivilli:, t i: a . i : s s c i: .
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Ko. 21 Vabllc Square.
A EE In receipt of a fine stock ol
SX. Gents Oaif Con tress Gaiters;
" " OxfoidTies;
" Fine Patent Leather 0 ontrreas Gaiters;
" 44 Oxford Ties;
" " 44 and Oalf low-q-arter fiboea;
44 Calf Pomp Sole Boots,
ALSO. A good assortment of Boys' and Youths', o
every style aud quality, all of which are offered Jow far
cash at No. 21 Public Square.
Jue3. gyrPER A TRIZZFLL.
WILL find at BNTDER A FRIZZ ELL's a beauti'ul as
sortment of Gaiters, Slippers. Kid Boots and Bul
king. Aiso, for Misses and Children Ta general asrortment
of 8a oes, cheap for cash. Call a No. 21 Public qoar.
inoS. tUiYDER A PKiZZKLL.
(Successor to Robertson A Dashiell J
NO. 14 COL LfcG E STREET,
SlGi Ol? THE KG.I0.
Tlie only Casli Store io IVasliTille.
WE are now receiving; our Spring assortment' of Boots,
Shoes, c., and propose selling tl em at the loseat
price for CASH. Our clock consists in Dart of thj folio m
die heeled Last, Gaiters, plain and tipped;
do do side sod front Lac(
do Heeled Kid and Morocco Bootees;
do Welt do do:.
Misse' Last. Gaiters, all styles;
do Morocco and Kid Pump Bootees4
do do Welt do;
Chiidrens Kid and Morocco Half Tie;
v i" . do Bootees; .
Ladies Kid RoaettoSllpper-;
do Velvet and LasUns Slippers;
do Kid Buskin.
Gentlemen's Super Btitehed Calf Boots;
do do Pump do:
do Calf Pegged Boot.
Boy's and Yoath's Calf and Kip Boot:
Cent's Cloth Congress Gaiters;
do Last. do;
do Low quartered Pat, Shoes:
do Calf and Pat. Oxford Tie.
R """e J,8 r'T aasortment of Trunks, Vli,e, Carpet
Baes.Bat and Bonn.t Bn J .K.
thi market. "J ""una ia
Also, a I&rre swuvtmiii vr... a ,.... - -
p..., i, . 7 .-. iur riaaiauon use, Port
Cassimere Hats, Spring style. Wo are determined to of
fer inducements to Cash purchaser.
"'"'" BRADSHAW A RUTLAND.
R. C. M'NAIRY & CO,
XO. 55 COLLEGE STREET.
HVant atorrkm,hD.edl!n, ftltre t0 keep "P b!1
ing the city can hav. Ui'r nU,?;
PORTATIOS OPW tvciviD fiXOSI LAEGtlill
Bought in New Tork since the heav- H-iin. i ..a
are prepared to do better for ihei, friend, thai If
other ime in ths history of their busines. being bl to
ltnaJ'Won3 of good, now at leaTprice. Ihaa ml
paid for them early lo the seaaon.
Flounced- UOOD8' we nT el'8 Assortment of
And all fabric by the yard at prices far below their usual
e nave also reduced the prices of the old stock oa
nana and can now
Dresses at a small cost.
supply -tne million" with elecant
He Invite particular attention to
j... rcu-iruon in price of onr Bilk Stock and an unueiuUlu
large ttwk of low priced Muslins, Lawn,c.,
Nuuimor Shawl In great variety
great variety, very pretty
ana new, alio a few for mouminr.
::?C? , 411 " Ilantle-an elegsnt assort,
from U up l Tr7 lW Prtces- L" Mantle at
BUtaritsus, COTTON 4DES,
BOYS WKAR, IRISH LINENS.
, PLANTATION GOODS, IC. AO.
IToaiery of all kinds. 1
lovc, all sise. strles and qualities.
OIL CLOTJTS, STRAW MATT1XGS, CARPSTIXGS
We sre now receiving thm ir...i .tk ... .. .
this city, about 2u0 tilecea. uuin rhi-h k. ....V.i
crv thing from the commonest to the most elegant, together
with printed Druggets, Crumb Cloths, Rugs, Mala, Stair
Linens, Rod, Ac, Ac, and all at the very lowest poeble
T R. C. MrNlV Os.
I- C. SICUOLAOS.
I. C. NICIIOLSOxN k CO.
WK are now in receipt of onr Spring Stock of Staple
v v and Fancy
And being desirous of closing them out very soon, we feel
confident we can make it to th intereot 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 the merchant
iu the city and we ar sure we are willing to put up with
as small a profit as any. ,
Our stock i. made up of all ths latest styles o Dress
Goods, such as
Rich Flounced 8llks;
' Moire Antique Silks.
" Plaid and Striped Silk:
" Chens do;
Plaid of a variety of colors;
Flounced Organdie Muslin:
44 Figured Organdie Muslin;
" French Muslin, plain and figured
Scotch Muslins and Jaconets, plain and flgu-scj.
Common do do de do
Bh..Vdra.mPlet9 "r'ment of Cap...
For gentlemen, w have Cloth. Calmere., Ve.tlng.
Linen, Duck and Drillings; Plain and Fancy Cravau.
Collar, Hosiery, Ac. ..,
W e cao furnish ths publlo generally with all kinds of
Linen and W hit Goods of every deacripti on
Besides we keep an excellent stock of Servant Good,
tics Ao Striped Osnaburg. Plaid Domes'
We call particular attention to our stock of Hosiery for
la lfc and children.
In iset every thing usually kept In a No. 1 House.
Mrch25 i. o. NICHOIJJON A CO.
N. U. Be sure you call at No. Si Publio Square.
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.
BEMIOilT, WEB & CO ,
AM) WHOLESALE DCALEKS I
SIG.V -a OF
THE BIG 0 PADLOCK
reus doors mo the .quaee,
ANVILS AND VICES,
BELLOWS, STOCKS, A1U) DIES;
HAMMIiS, AATD HATCIIETS,
WYSCVM AMi VlLtliS;
CAIU'E-NTEILS, BLACKSMITHS. AND
MILL, CROSS-CUT & HAND
SIFTERS, SIIOVELS, & SLIDES.
A large acorUttat ef Guns, Effira and PfaWli; Table
rrd Put art Halve; rViaacr antf eeri and Faaey llad
war of every tUwsd: u a .
June - a !B MTSTOyT, fAJSLZZS. & co.
C2AIGEEAI) : Co.,
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of ia ia i. 6rta ta aui4u.a, auj iU cunt o l! ba.i
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or t?:r;c:-i al prvtrj, la w.a r ecutii . r
lis .clrmi.sd IJ s! :V t-r o U. itoe bwcieia,
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