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Tuesday Horning-, August 18, 1857.
OfficialJournal forPublisliiug tlie
Post Office better List.
Notice to Traiikieut Ad verliner.
All transient advertisements in this paper, must be paid
'or at the time they are handed in otherwise they will cot
be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli-
To ode Scbscribkr?. We have lately put seve
ral new Can biers on the different routes, Jai
should any of our eubsrnb. r fail to pet ih.ir pa
pers, we would be obliged to them to Iulorm ua of
Job Printing. Riorum as bave been the ppec
imena o( Job Printing tume l out by tbe "Patriot
Job OrriCK," it id now prepared even to improve
upon to era. Persona wishing any description of
plain or fancy Job Printing will please send iu their
orders, which will be promptly executed at tbe
During the past week, it was ascertained tbat
one of our "belter citizens," an Irishman named
John Mullen, was in negotiation with several slaves
in this city, with a view to carrjing them to a free
Slate The arrangement between them bad ed far
progressed tbat Saturday night last was the time
fixed for their departure. Something, however, in
d cd a postponement of the intended beg f a It
liter. The owners of the slaves deemed it best not
' to await the allotted time, but proceeded Saturday
eight to have Mullen and two of tbe negroes arrest
ed. It appears that the negroes had their clothes
packed, and bad paid overcome $170 to their wLite
chief. Mullen, when arrested, denied having any
knowledge of th- affair, but finaHy confessed, and
gave up a receipt for 132 of the money which he
bad deposited with another better citiz. n, John Do
len, who, however, is not implicated in the attemp
ted negro stealing. Tbe two negroes and Mullen
were committed to jail. The affair will be investi
gated by the grand jury now iu session. The ne
groes, we learn, belong to Mr. .Fain and Dr. Uarri?.
New Pianos and Music. James A. McClure,
No. 33, Uniou street, advertises a new artival of
celebrated Pianos, and some excellent Music, in
this morning's Patriot. If you want a good arti
cle call on Mc.
Nkw Ecnnino Abranokmknt on TfiE Jeffkr
son villc Railroad. Very few are aware tbat the
J fleronviile Railroad offer the quickest route
Eist, West, and North. Passengers takiui; the In
cunapolis morning tmin or the niht express train
to Ciiuiuoati, reach New York in forty hour, Phil
adelphia in thirty-eight houra, Baltimore iu thirty
five hour, and Washington in thirty-six hours.
To Chicigo passenger are taken in thirteen hours,
and to St. Louis in fifteen hours. Wo invite at
tention to tbe new running arrangement of the
Company in our advertising columns, which take
effict on Monday next. The routes are not only
the tp eiiieft, iiu t also the cheapest, and we hope
our ciiiz'-ns will patronize tbe road as well as use
tbeir exertions in securing patronage for it.
We take the above from the Louisville Journal
of August 15th, to show tbe rapidity of the com
munications from Louisville to tbe Eastern cities ;
and to call attention to the long, dusty and fatiguing
stage ride from this place to Louisville, consuming
almost as much time in traversing the one buuured
and eighty five miles betweeo the two places, as is
required in going from Louisvillo to New York.
When shall we have our railroad completed, and
trips to the East accelerated?
We are told that forty-five miles of the Louisvilie
Railroad are completed aud that tbe Southern mail
is carried over it to in terminus, and there put on
stages, arriving at Nashville at 2 o'clock, only three
hours in advance Of the old time, when the stages
carried the mails the whole one hundred jand eighty
five miles. Forty-five miles at fifteen miles per hour
takes three houis for tbe cars from Louisville to
the terminus of the Railroad, a saving ovet the
time made by the stages, of at leatt nine hours.
Why cau't we at this end, then, have tbe advant
age of that saving of time ? The stage, as we said
before, arrives only three hours in advance of the
old time ; whereas it should arrive at least three
hours earlier than now. Can't tbe Post Office De
partment effect the improvement?
t57 We had the pleasure yesterday of making
the acquaintance of Mr. Atkinson, the accomplish
ed editor of the AogUdta (Ga.) Dispatch. lie is on
a tour of observation and recreatiou. but would,
we suspect, bae no great objection to the transac
tion of a little business, by way of variety, should
it offer. His paper is one of the handsomeet and
most meritorious in the State, and we are sure our
merchants and traders who desire to extend their
business, or to get reliable information relative to
the markets in Georgia, would do well to advertise
iu or to take the Dispatch.
Market TTocsks. We do Dot believe there is a
city in the Uuion, with the exceptiooof Memphis,
tbat does not bonst of one or more market houses
Her we are io Memphis, without a single place of
the kind. Appeal.
You ought to be thankful that you have none.
Tub Goodwood Races. The particulars of the
Goodwood races in England, In which the Ameri
can horses were beaten, have Dot yet reached us.
From a telegraphic despatch we take these meagre
The French b orse Monarque won the race. The
English horse Righer is placed s cond, and Fisher
man third. Guubo.it clipped and fell, and Kestrel
and Gemma Dtverpv hi so fell heavily. Monarque
won by a heud, and Rigbt rbeat Fh-herman by three
lengths. Anton was placed fourth, and was two
lengths behind Fisherman. The American horsex,
Trior and Priorecs wins placed fifth aud sixth, and
the others pulled up The finish is aid to have
been the most exciting ever witnessed. The Eng
lish papers remark, but without assigning any rea
son, that the American horses would have figured
more prominently hud they beeu rode by English
Z3T A correspondent of tbe New Yoik Ttibunt
asserts that the baby trick undertaken by Mr.
Cunningham, was successfully performed Ly her
sister Sarah, iu 1S27, aud that another sister aided
and assisted in tbe fraud her own illegitimate off
spring being represented as Sarah's cbilJ by her
E2T Cotton pu king hs been fairly commenced
io Texas. The Galvestoa Cirihan loams that, in
the lower purtof Harris county 100 ltrn. po- day to
tbe hand is now gathered. The crop is abort, but
the staple and color gd.
P a duc a ii. The census of Paducah has just beeD
taken, aud shows a popuUtiou of 6,053 soul-. Tbe
Dumber of houses completed aud being erected this
year is 253. The census taken iu February showed
a population of 3,4 GO.
Postal. -In answer to a letter, the General Post
Office has decided that the seller's price mark on
the fly leaf a book sent by mail subjects the whole
to letter postage.
Which has thc Disr of it. One of our fe.
mala writers declares that "though a few American
ladies live in idleness, or worse thau idleueva the
majority work themselves Into early graves, giving
men an opportunity to try ;wo or three io ;he course
of their own vigorous lives." But the recent cen
sus of tbe Ft it of New York give 1,706.273 males
and 1,7 14, C53 females. The widowers number 35,
387; the widows 93,182. Nearly ao equal ruuiber
of males and females, but sixty thousand more wid
ows than widower. An exchange paper say:
"This great di.-parity proves most coucluaively
and strikingly, after tbe manner of tbe fable, that
whatever amusement marriage may afford women,
it is death to the meu !"
. TE Rcjsiah Millimicm la five years from
the present date Run a will have attained the age
of one thousand years, an event to be celebrated
by the erection ol a mouumeut, for which a sub
scription baa juit been set on foot. The iuolu
ment Is to be built io the city of Novgorod, sod
Toluulary contributions iu aid of iu erection will
be received by government official iLrou-boul the
empire anul 1862.
STEAMBOAT AND E1TES NEWS.
The river continues to recede. There are about
Si feet water on Uarpeth Shoals. Weather hot
Tbe Hartsvill and Maryland from Paducab, and
tbe Dr. Robertson from St. Louis, arrived on Sun
day. The Nettie Miller departs to-day for Paducab.
The Dr. Robertson, baviDg abandoned her trip to
Memphis, departs this afternoon for St. Louis. Ti.is
will be aa excellent tpportuolty for sending freight
in tr-at direction, and for passengers to get a pleas
ant voyage to the metropolis of the West.
Interesting to Mechanic) and Jlanufac
furem Third. Annual Fair.
Tbe Mechacics and Manufacturers of Tennessee
and arij .ining Suw , are reminded that the Third
Annual Fair and Exhibition of tbe Mechanics Insti
tute of this State, will commence iu October next
in this city. Tbe annually increasing interest man
ifested in these exhibitions, and visiblo advantages
resulting to exhibitor?, as well from the dissemina
tion of important information amoDg themselves,
as from the great publicity which tbey are thus ena
bled to give their busine.'s, renders it ceitain that
the approaching exhibition will eclipse in magnifi
ceuce and interest all its predecessors.
Copies of Circular?, giving full particular?, can be
obtained at the Mechanic's Institute room?, College
street, opposite the Sewanee, or by addressing the
President, Wm. Stockill, or Se retary 17. K. Wal
ker. June 25 3m.
E3fCbarles II?89, Teacher on the Tiano, Uarp
Guitar, and in singing, is now prepared to give les
sons if deired, at the residence of the scholar.
Tetms one dollar a lesson, none engaged for lees
than twenty lessons, July 28 2rn.
tSTTbe Nashville Academy of Music will com
mence its fifth session on the 3rd Monday in Sep
tember Dext. For particulars apply to the Princi
pal, No. 24, South Vino street. jy 23 2m.
7- We are authorized to announce James BI. Hustoh as
a (candidate fur fcheriff of Davidson county, at tbe next
Or We are authorized to announce Johs K. Edmonimom
a a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next
fS" We lire authorized to announce E. B. Eiglbt aa a
candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March
YOP We are authorized to announce A. Creele, as a
candidate fur Sheriff of Davidson cuunty, at the next Marc
COITJITY COl'KT CLERK.
33" We are authorized to announce Capt. Johjj 8. Dish
irLL aa a candidate fur County Court Clerk, at the March
gT We are authorized to announce Fklix R. Cbkat
ham, aa a candidate fur re-election to the ofljee of County
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
W We are authorized to announce Thos. D. Stogkeh
as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the next March
LUMBER ! 1LUMBER ! !
TMIE nniers'gned having recently erected and got into
successful operation, a riteam Paw Mill, is now pre
pare 1 to fill all orders for L'lmber, of almost every variety,
suitable tor houBe-bui.deni, wugun and carriage-maker,
pitugh stock, Ac, Ac. Hav ns; a large body of well tim
bered land, he fee la confident inat be can supply any kind
nd quantity of lumber in ordinary use in the country.
Being only three miles above Antiech Depot, on the Nash
ville and Chattanooga rUilroa-l, the lumber can be con
veniently shipped to any desirable point. Orders left at
my Mill", wiil leceive prompt attention.
July 6 2-n. SAMUEL KIMBRO.
ME 11 CHANT,
No. 30 Front Street,
SET.L8 Cotton, Pio and Ploox Iboh, (laaifi, Driko Fruit,
Ac , and fills orders for articles of Cincinnati Produce
and Manufacture promptly and to best advantage.
WHISKY, BRANDY &WiNE$7
"1 E hare on hand and for sale a choice assortment o
v v Domestic L'quors, which we oflcr at wholesale to
the Nathrille trade, viz :
60U bbls. MononKahela and Rye Whisky;
foO " Smith's 0:il Keserve do
v u Hourbon, our extra Brand.
100 " Cttawba llrandv, lo pric;
100 - Pwret Malaga Wine:
D O Muscat V ine, very nice;
150 casks French Pack ngea Krandy;
Iihhi br.1-. Double Rectified w hisky;
25 Lbls. 8 to 6 year old Copper Whisky, from (2 SO te
t'i 50 per gal.
Louisville, June 19.-.'3m. JNO. B. MclLVAIN A PON.
IIOISE llKiMSHI.NG IIAKDUAKE.
PICOT & SPOTWELL,
IV o. C3 Jfluideii I.une, New Vork.
iMroftTrra akd jobhsrs or
CUTLERY, FENDERS, TEA TRAYS. FIRE IKONS, TIN
NED and KN A Mfe.Lt D HOLLOW WARE,
KRKSClt IINNKU WARK,
ANDIRONS, KRY PANS, COAI. HOPS,"
PLAN IS 11 KD JAPA.NEI) I'LATrD LIUTAMA WARE,
Julvl4 4m. v C3 Mai len Lane, New York.
H. T. BiRTLSTT.
B. C. M'OUMB.
J. 1. M'COMB.
BARTLETT, M'COMB & CO.,
Commission fc forwarding
M H JI A H T S f
NO. S3 LEVEE & 60 COMMEBCIAL ST.,
HA lT LAJ U 1 S, MO.
IdP Liberal cash advances made on Consignments.
Birsa to :
W. n. GORDON A CO., M. P. ERY AN, E?Q.,
July22-8n. Nathville, Tenn.
m. raiLura. w. waaoa. t. iiioi, t. ho,ji.
C. W. PHILLIPS & CO.,
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS & CO.,
38 I MOX Vrill.I.T,
H-tQ 1 t s HW OJII.KA ys
P. A. I'RRTUOLD.
A. O. B.HSOCDT.
m. mounx a.
BERTHOLD, BERNOUDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
A0 DKAI.BK8 IS
Hope, Bagging, Bacon and Flour,
No. 131 SerouU Nlriel, Jmliil Louis, .TIo.
I " Consignments of all Southern Produce receivid'
and promptly attended to may li triWl
A. o. smith.
r. Ot TUNIS.
oo. j. now LAV
SMITH, UUTIIUli: &. CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS!
sso ausnts roa thi sLa or
viimjima a. h:..im:i; tohacco.
No. 664 Main St , Between Second and Third,
LOLISVII LK, KY.
a. r. atwcMLBt. b. a. aAiicau
KIACIILLY JS. SA.Clli:Z,
Produce and Commission .Merchants,
AND DKAl KllS IN
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, &C..
No. 7 Warren lllock, Augusta, Cia.
fST" Palieular UltnUoa girca to the sale of all cod.
Ifotnems. mas 13 im
P. P. PECK &BR0.,
HAVE fur sAle TWO EINC COACHES,
Ju r.ocird from New York. TIm
Coachra are mm brh flner than any t
brOUrbt W..1 of I).. All-.,!. w LI. -MS -
i i pi:ck H no.,
TNTITK tha at'eauoa of coontrs dealers to their stock el
. B'1' S"'"1 ruci srhich warrant.
" "J" on "and aa K(era arucn, whica war
p. p. pi:ck & 1JHO.,
ATI this day rwwived Thrre CXJACUUL whkja w
tU to fluer than any io Tnswm. Jaoeia.
A D.ULV JOIU.NAL,
TO Ml-. I IIII.IMI, (, ( XIIKCIT ut
XAsuvii.i i;, (oti.nL.ti.u Aici M
n ilMIXNUISHiXi TOADVilf
TISi;, WILL VASi: ADDIItll
s ,n , ,T J. ii. ti a it i r it,
11' Ux Hi l o.t Offlet.
tSale of Desirable Tropertf.
7ILL be said M vublio aoeooa, M tbe pt-t.Iis m
,rnd at pi -luh4 b, -laf ,V Itaka.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY CUBED.
TBBoBoas Fkasx, Ksq of the Pittsburgh and Btecben
TU'e Eiliroad Office, sayi :
vForyear I have been an Id valid from Dyspepsia
With a hope of relief, I resorted to rrany advertised reme
dies, bat failed in deriving the benefit sought for, until I
tried yonr HOLLAND BITTERS, the happy effects of
which upon the digestive organs, and in restoring a debili
tated system, causes me to recommend it confidently to all
suffering from Dyspepsia.
XXoIIoway'a Pills and Ointment,-Public
opinion is compelling the hospi ttls throcghoat Europe and
Amer ca to adopt this fatuous alterative, anti billions, and
restorative medicine. Sufferers from chronic indigestion,
costivenes, dy.-entery, diartosa, and liver complaint, mho
have been under treatment for years, recover by ita con
tinued use. The Ointment Is also a sovereign remedy for
Dr. S. S. I'llcU'n ''Mi Lectures,"
8S0 pages, SO engravings, bound, explanatory cf the
treatment by which he cure Consumption, Asthma, Di
seases of the Heart, Throat, Stomach, Bowels, Liver, Kid
neys and Skin, Fevale Complaints, Oravel, Ac, sent by
mill, and postage prepaid, for 40 cents. Apply to
. DR. 8. S.FITCrJ,
714 Brozdway, New York.
fW He has no other offlcs either at Chicago, Buffalo,
Piti burgh, or elsewhere. He is never absent from Ncx
York, and no physician elsewhere U authorized to use his
name. augH 8ir.ir.
Fivca ahd Acci. Foremost among the various remedies
for this d sease standi Dr. Sballeaberge-'s Antidote A
few doses will cute any ordinary case, and one dose inva
riably stops the chills. It contains nothing in the least
degree hurtful to the system under any circumstances,
and never produces the unp'easant effects that attend tbe
i:se of Quinine and other agents in general use. It cures
every firm of the disease, and is the original and only An
tidote fur Malaria.
A-k fc- Dr. bhailenbtrer'a Fever and Ague Antidote,
and be cure you get frills. Scld by respectable Druggists
everywhere Price 50. Sole Proprietors, A. T. Sbal
LssBKBoaa k Co., Rochester, Pa. aug4-8mdtriw.
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath, and Beautiful
Complexion can be acquired by using the "Balm of a
Tlioimand Flowers." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curses of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm or a Tbbcsand Flowers," as a denti
frice, would not enly render it s eet, but leave the teeth
white as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breath
is bad, and the subject is so delicate their friends will never
mention it. Beware of counterfeit. Be sure each bottle is
signed FETRIDGE k CO., IT. Y.
For sale by all Druggists. feb23 6m.
Tr.e only remedy for Consumption which experience has
proved reliable, HEGEMAN, CLARK k CO'S, (late Bush
ton, Clark k Co..) PURE AND GENUINE OOD LIVER
OIL. It has stood the test cf ten years with increasing
popularity, and proved tfficacious where others have failed.
See that you get Hegeman, Clark k Co 's, for since the
death of our Mr. Rush ton, an article called "RuthUm's"
has been introduced, in no way connected ith K. C. A Co.,
or H. C. k Co.
Sold by EWIN k BROS., JO. G. BROWN, and Druggist
Trie Flux Annihilated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case tdV 7J
cents, by the use of TTJCZEK'S CHOLEEA SYRUP,
which has been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectaa
remedy new la use. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific. A human life can be saved
in nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
For sa e by KfcRNAN RAIN 3 and T. WELLS, Drug
gis.a. apr24 Cm
105 MEDICAL PEEPRATIONS
FOR THE CURE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undersigned, having been appointed sole Agent for
Nashville, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom
mended in "Dr. Freefe's Con bined System of Practice, (or
Physicians and Families," would respectfully offer them to
such of our citizens as need a reotoratirc to health.
These preparations are compounded from the recipes of
the rr.ost celebrated lbybicians ind Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure etety Ituun lieate,ih&t 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 betn found lnvriab!y effectual.
For further paiticulars, see Dr. Freese's Combined Sys
tem of Practice, together with Cards, Posters, Ac.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chests, and Medicines maybe
hud of the undersigned, at his Drug Slore, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEKril,
No. SO Sewanee Building, ' ollege St..
CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS.
r",HE undersigned has been appointed Agent for the
L a!e of Hedge k Free's Mills, for grinding the Chinese
Suprar Cane. There Mills are of the most approved de
scription. Persons in want of them should send in their
orders immediately, as none can be furnished without at
least thirty days notice.
aug. B. S. WELLER, Fs.
A, HEINIIICII &, CO.,
Dyer and Scourer,
NO. 43, FRONTETREKT,
IXTOULD rrspectfuly Inform his old cui'om'rt an the
V V "rest of mankind," tbat he has taken tbe above
stand for the purpose of carrying on an ex ens!ue Lusi
ness in DValNU AND fcCOUKl.NO. All who have old
clothes that want them msde new should call. Terms
CASH. A. HEJ.NRICH A CO.,
auL'4 8m, Front street.
G1EAT EXCITEMENT FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Out at Half-Prices.
NOW Ladies you can purchase a fine tptt
J .vjJ Bonnet or Millinery Goods at your own Vv
From the unprecedented patronage we have received
this reason, the great competition notwithstanding, for this
has fully established the reputation of our ho'je and in
creased our trade t 0 per cent., tbe great rush aier our
lloDQiti the past three weeks has reduced our stock, and
will close out the balance certain this week.
Buch Flowers, ladies, that wnl delight you, and the Eu
gene Uipsey Hats, so bewitching. Call soon, aa this is our
last stock for thin seaton, and wiil soon bo sold out
Our stock of Kraw and Fancy Goods, Embroideries, Ac,
Rich Paris, Bugaland Fancy Bonets, imported styles;
Hair, hugal Uond Lace Bonnets;
English Straw and other plain styles;
A few dosrn imported Imperial Chip Bonnets;
A few Ctirton's of Paris Flowers, for bonnets, parties and
Jt received a fine lot of Pink Ribbons, for bonnets and
Docp hkiria, bone and steel, extra bone, Ac;
Spanish and French Fans;
farasols, assorted quality;
Rich II luck Bugal Lure Mantillas and materials;
Bugal Gimps and Laces, white, blond and Maltrse;
Black bugal Collars and Setts, for niournict.
Our stock of Embroideries Is not only beautiful but caetp,
consisting in part of Kich Maltese W ork. Muslin, Jaconet
Setts, Collars of Iioniloa Work, Mualin, Malte.e and Jaco
net Cnder-Meeves, Worked Bands, fans anibroidered
Handkerchiefs. A fine line of Paris Mitts, Kid Gloves and
Elastic Deltf; Ladies fine and medium Csbbaa Port Monies.
The Bonnet Comb and new styles of luca and Redding
Combs, with many Fancy Goods, too numerous to mention,
will be sold at a great reduction in i-rice.
We shall open oo the 1Mb hepteiuber, the Onert Stock of
Goods for the Fall Trade ever opened a'- Ni-hvillo, of over
t.5,iiOO worm of our on importation from Paris. Com
petition munt be met nitb a large M ck of hich Goods and
low prices, to keep up the life of trade with
. WISE, Agent,
Aug. 4, No. 46 Union St. next door to flale bank.
XjOOIX a s i.m -m ;
JUS T RECE1 VED!
CUKSSON & CO.'S
MODEL CLOTHING BAZAAR.
HO. 25 CEDAB ST., I? ASHVILLZ,
MERCHANT TAILORS and dealer in Keady-inade
rade Clothirg and Furnishing Oooli, haveju.t re
ceived a maguinceul aucrltneot of
Vine sMece t.ooils,
Oonleting ot French Cloth., Oaviroeres anJ Vesting, of
every shade and color, which we i 11 make up to order it
the best manner and at ihe rhortt notice Always oo
band a con-p te assort turn! of KAb4t-MAuE CLOlUlNti
and fukm.ihim; OOOiKi.
All of which we otter to our friends and the publlo gene
rally, at the LOWEST PRICED tjunei.
ii cay i: it Din sm i. ...
VRK In lltrkniaa county, Tennessee, oa a beautiful,
clesr small creek of pure and li.mg ater, is a dense'y
shaded grove, where the air is cool,?ur and bracing, and
lbs alr eiuJ ot superior to sot iu the t-ou b-eal,
b ving f :ir ulpbur hpriucs, ail differing sateriaily; one
CnaijbiaU and several of Uie parael an i eoldeM Vree-stooe
io the world. Tskicg J1 things toetlir it Is considered
by ooapirot iuJse. to be oo of the very Bra watering
place in tbe Ubiled ui. Beaver Dam t. forty ml lea
west of Columbia. Nearly half of tbe road Is turnpike,
the balance tbe bt dirt road in Teianeajea, iron
Wayneauoru'lt Ii ouly a&out thirty a lie r t; and froa
Ferry vtile about tbe Mas dUtanea. Good hunting and
6. hiu g pear by, and tbe very best of brandy, W lae and
Cigar., kept for table aod room purpose; siiiitard Tables,
hioe Fin AUej, and many suusilcr guues sur timix,
health aod pieascrs. Invalids and pisasur see. era mjrs
particularly ard respectfully Invited to vi.it tLts place
We are authorised to refer to key. A. L. P. Green, !; I
Hcu-too, JjDri fc'iUi, k. W. fcrona, and Waatuugtoa
Merwdub, of NaahvUI ; nearly every asaa. woaaaa and
child In (XluBibia at-d ataury count.; Kl fcav.Jaa. Otey.B.
P. Walker, CoL K. U.Lovn,and Duocaa S. t rtcraoo, of
' CHASCEJ WILL BZ
fTtn DoCars ..... Per Week.
t'tjiklreo BJer 10 yeai. old ... Half Price.
f crvanuuf aJlagoa .... klt'J
Any eait.brr el all kinds of conveyance- ready at a 12
tiase at Co 'untit ak yos to fear Das. Aboet
throe baadrod fwrsons eua be comfoiVaoly aeroakmudaSod.
ma Ku'l beltsv a be a you h.ar that - fUL
W would aiovl aruejtty and r-SJu:!y Invit etr
friends and ta pobl.e to TUot bearer Dam, aa w ar saw
ready to reoeiv Uiem, EAei-AT A CO.
L edor tn superviaios a4 eontrei of Mr. J aa K. klUr.
r AM da !y espectioi jii fcur hern fer Csi aaa
L Penosjlraoi suiiur T!rhrt.
Ja.y a. I.R.WtUU
fiV THE NAXIOXAI. LEVE.
Reports Taraisned by the Associated Press.
New Yoek, Ao'sast 17. Th Pteamer Columbia
arrived off S-uidj Uook this irc iiug, witu Livei
pool advices of tne Stb.
Ttie eteaiier -Arabia react el LVerpooI oa the
Sales of cotton for three days 18.000 bales; spe
culators took 1200, Dd exporters 1300; tbe mar
ket closed quiet and firm ; prices stend ; estimated
sales Tuesday tie dar of ling 2,000. BreailstoflFs
dull, all qualities declined. Provision quiet. Lard
aniei.; tltghtlj daaced it 70c, CodboIs 90Ja
1 be telegraph squadron lift Queenstjwn on tbe
3d for Valencia.
Tbe GoTernment had asked authority to embody
militia for increase of tbe amy.
The French Ambassador at Tnrkey had suspend
ed diplomatic relations.
Tbe new Turkish Miniftrybad ben annonnced.
Richardson, Spence & Co., quite flotr very dull ;
declined 3d. Corn closed dli ; mixed and yellaw
declined 6d. Others quote fiour dull at a decline
of 6J. Wheat dull at a decline f Isals ICd. Mix
edcorn declined 5. Beef quiet- Prices firm. Pork
quiet. Bacon dull. Rice quiet.
Manchester advices are favorable.
London Market. Sugar distf, declined 61. Corn
dull, all qualities slightly decCned, Tea rm.
A despatch from Madrid say that tbe Marquis of
Seerraco supercedes Concha,
The East India company makes- a reqnt itioo of
1 000 additional troops.
Persia reluees to evacuate ITerat.
Delaine, the former manager oi the Time, and
Eugene Sue are dead.
St. Louis, August 17. GfBe'rai returns from
eighty counties render Rollins election doubtful.
"Channian (dem.) bas been elecred to Congreea in
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
Nasbviixe, Aug 18, ls67.
Whiat The market opened ye- terday with a good many
sellers on hand, but few buyers. We heard of a sale of 600
bushels of prime red at 90c. We ejiiote- at 70d0c fjr future
delivery ; for immediate delivery 75390e per boshel.
Cobs There is some corn in market at 70e per bushel,
Acec3TAr Augnst 14 P. M.
Wheat The demand for this article continues good, tho
prices are still unsettled It is impossible to give quotations
to suit all parties, as iio two dealers in town agree aa to
p ices. Large lots tell most readily and command the best
Corn Prices continue about the same as when we last
reported. There is but little doing nd 1 olders are looking
;or a decline. We quote Vte&tl 1 0 in quantities ; at retail
1 JOg;$l 10.
Flock No cbanpe since onr Isst report. Superfine, (City
Mills) we quote at 37 6i; Extra Family f8tfi$.
Bicos We quote Tennessee Clear Sides, 17XlSc.;
Western Sides (clear) 16; Western Sides (ribbed) ti;
New Orleans IWarket.
Nkw Okuaks, August 11 P. M.
Fixica The market is still heavy and barely lOtH) bbls.
have been sold to-day, including 65 fine at $'i 65; 16.) ft.
Louis superfine in lots at 87 CvX; '' U at $6 70 and $6 75
and Tennessee at t6 50 for superfine and f7 50 per bbl.
Wiiiit-We notice sales of 100 sacks rejected at $1; 80
sacks red at 31 26; 115 at a higher rate, and about 100
prune white at $1 35 per bushel.
St. Louis Market.
8t. Lock, August 18 P. M.
Wukat Eeoeipts small and feeling better. Sales include
225 bugs common spring and wet till at 90c; 102 bags spring
at 31; 22Sbaga fair and good, but damp, at 31 Ob(a-l 10;
7U0 bags prime, part slightly damp, from 1 123431 15 650
bags Zimmerman on private terms, and a small lot choice
while at 31 25.
NOW XECEIVIXO AKJ OPEKISQ AT
T. & W. EaKiti & Cos
IVW.4 8 PUBLIC SQUAKE,
jalySl -tf NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE.
TU08. EAKIN. MSL8. EAKI.V. ADAM G. ADAMS.
T. & W. EAKIN &C0.,
IMPOEIESS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
W lsmv now iu Store a. superb stock
of SP1I1U AND M'I.TlKIt GOODS In
wliicla will be found some of tlte most
tOAty roods for Iadies and Gentlemen
ever offered In Nashville.
We have largely increased our stock of
Heady made Clot Ining,
And are fully prepared to meet the growing demands of
the Trade at
WElKe found large and 'attractive, to all of which we
invite the attention of Merchants, as our facilities enable
su te tTer extra inducements.
T. Ac. XV. EAKIN Ac CO.
?'ifhtill, Ang. 1, 157.
STEWART & OWEN, .
Copper, Tiii and Sheet Iron AVare,
NO. 14 MABKET STEEET,
HAVING returned to ourold atand, from which wo were
driven by fire, we are now prepared to attend to all our
old customers and as many new ones as will favor us with a
call. Our house has been rebuilt upon aa improved plan, af
fording ns extended facilities. Our
I now capacious and extensive, and adequate to every emer
Are large, and especially adapted to our purpose. We have
in store, and are constantly receiving, ample supplies of
Stoves, Wares, and Grates,
Plain and knsme ed alAaai.aixao laoa Mahtlks and OAanaJl
Statcu; and in short, everything usually kept in similar es
tablishment. Our assortment of Stoves challenges competition, compris
ing every style and variety. We have the
Wrought Iron Cooking Stove,
Among others an article which is in great demand. .
We manufacture for tbe trade aod for retail, and toorder,
all kinds of Tin andSheel Iron Ware, and keepconatanUy oo
hand a large assortment.
We invite the attention of all to our establishment, pledg
log: ourselves to glvs enliresatisfaction.
CTLWAEf k OWEN,
march SO No. 14 Market at.
UlcClAJUE, BUCK & CO.,
Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Workers,
tNO. 13 MARKET STREET,
HAVE always oa hand Tin Plate, Pheel Iron, Tinned
Copper Rivets, Castings, Parlor aod Chamber Orates,
Stoves, tin Ware and a complete assortment of article usu
ally kept ia our line.
Uouutrv Merchants are requested to call and examine
our tocs before purchasing eUeohere, aa we are prepared
to fill their their bills apon as good terms as any house out
JC8T received, a Jot of Superior Floor Scales. Also, Plat
form and Counter Scales. Jsnlii McC. B. A CO.
A VIS K lot or Castings or all patterns on hand at
1. Jan? McC. B k
UJ E are now making Wrought Iron Stove s little bet
ter than any house In the United States.
JanM MeU. B. A CO.
II OOriNQ, Guttering and a I kinds of Tin, ortret Iron,
V and Copper Work dona in tha Dod workman-like
manner, and at the shortest notice by '
JQi3 McC. B. k CO
Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
JCST received per Express a choice lot of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Dressing Caej ; Work Boxes, furnished
an4 unfurni.hed. Also, Ivery, Wood aod a variety of
Paim Leaf fani; Ilair, Tooth, Nail, tfeth sod Cloth
Brbahes; Pocket Books, Portmonla, Kuera and traps,
eeiuur-s, Ac. tor sale by
August 1. J. H. MeGlLL.
K WIIITi: A: COLORED SlIllaTS.
CR flock of Pfclrta Is now eomplete, ranginf Is is
from 12 to 18 Kche in the neck. We can now St avcry
sise, aud warrant ail tha Boer grades. Fur sale by
Aug.i I J. U. WeaiLL.
JT81 to hand a nother invoice of teascnabi Underwear
ot Linen, iik, Lile thread, bsaw Ateriso, Qaasc
Coitua, and a variety of ether sty Vets.
August I. J. D. McGILU.
SI CK TICS. T
RECEITID this day a supers aaortisHmt of Tie, plala
Iliac k 8a tin and ii'Jt , and a v icty ol r aney co urt,
Augiut 1. J. tt. MoUlLU
"VNOTHta invoice ot Eocks, virioal stj'es, receirc4
tl and r aaie y
Aeeu.i 1, J. B. McOILL.
UVliU.X A.l SIASHIWO tOLUU7
AI!SD0E iHonnrtt of Collar, rrjrcilu sti lea,
and a ssmiJ Maadiug CJ arm. rvoct v4 hr
I ari,rveeiv by
J. 11. MOIU.-
3IST AM) 1-iASJ, SZCLi
Vf M ALL k4 ef km i owe t t.rt Bsscatt, and a tUm
mi awtut Part Mod, received an4 Hf br
J. U. bicoilL.
ju rustiix cloves. -
JrST rvccivsd a 3U Mcf t:ht Dim Bciukia C!vwt,
Sbd tuiety 1 tlt jk fctr ie bv
VmtlU and Gee: lew a 's f Jin,uac bicr.
' August 1. nMi.cs el fewe at.4 Cuaege mUtti. "
SiSTii of t lie Bigr Padlock,
No. 44, South Market Street,
AUVLLS, VICES, BELLOWS, ST0CE8,
. AND DIES.
CAST, EHEAE, GIEMAH AND BUSIES
; SHOVELS, SPADES, E0ES, EAKE3 AND F0SES,
r xr a iruTvfl tutoupts awn vttt?
! CAEPENTEES', C00PEBV, AND BLACKSMITHS'
CLE COXAE SAW 3 AND SAW MAVDBILS.
MILL, CB0SS-SUT, AND HAND-SAWS.
AXES, NAILS, CHAINS, AND HAMES.
KNOB, PLATE, GUN, PAD, AND
MORTISE AND BORING MACHINES.
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GUNS, RIFLES, AND PISTOLS; TABLE KSIVES AND FORKS; POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS,
AND SHEARS, OF EVERY VARIETY.
Formins; In til the Largest Variety and most Extensive Stock of th kind ever offered to the Nashville Trade or sur
rounding countrr.i all of which we offer at GREATLY RrDUCED PRICKS to Cash Bctsbs or Paonrr Paiiko Ccs
tomsrs on Six Months' Time. We will from now until Dbcbmbkb 1st offer extra mnccKMa.M to cash BDTaas, and
FARTtccLAaLr solicit the attention of every Country Merchant visit ng the market to our unusually Large bWck of
Enn. Tools, Get, A,n Cc,l.x. McCALlT'vANLEER & CO.,
44 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
angl7 tf Sign or thk Bio Padlock.
IMPORTANT TO MANUFACTURERS AND SPECULATORS.
JUSTICE & GALBEEATH'S COTTON PLANTER AND CULTIVATOR.
wonld be used In the usual way ol sowing. Remember seed Is worth 80 cents per bushel.
This Mar-hine ia also an elegant Cultivator, after the Cotton Is up. The front plow, hooper, and covering block msy
all be removed, and Scrapers screwed 'n. And then you scrape both sides ot the row, and barrow the ground, and
plow the cotton. If necessary, all at once; thus s-iving the labor ol st least 5 oi 6 hinds.
The above Machines can be got up at a cost of not over eleven dollars, and can be sold in the South for 9 b or aso sa
fast as they could b manufacture! or shipped there. Io not let anything prevent you making an investigation of our
Cotton Planter. We challenge the world to show a better or more labor saving and useful implement for the purp. se
recommended. The first objection Is yet got to be set up against it.
A small model ol our Planter may be een at the Sewaaee Uou-e, College street, Nashville. We have set the Patent
Fight of this Machine at S J cents on the bale ol cotton, produced of any Slate. Reference being bad to the Statistics
We can be seen at the Sewanee House at preaent. After a few days, address JUSTICE k GALBREATII,
r" rillj and net the modeL Julyie.
A UCTION SALE OF GROCERIES
II. S. Frencli & Son.
OTi TUESDAY, August I 8. we will offer for sa'e In front
of our warehouse, on Ciark street, at 10 o'o'ock, the
following artie'es, tone ol which we desire to close out
without reserve, vis : -"
80 hhtls Sugar, from fair to 1'0 dos Painted Duckets;
prime, 600 reme Wrapping Paper;
100 bagj N. O. and Baltimore S3 bbls Pom. Brndy;
Coffee; 2S bMs Holland Oin:
1000 kegs Nails, choice br'ds; 60 bbls Julius Smith's Old
600 boxes Mar Candles, full Reserve 'Mis;
weight; 2'1 eaea Matches;
3C00 bbls. Whisky, various V 0 bies Corn ritarch;
brandy . 10 " Wheaten fctarch;
103 bxs Tobacco; 100 " Cheroot Cipars;
V 0"sks cotrae and One S sit; 15 ) " Tillow Candles,
1:0 0 -0 Cigars, axa'd brands; 60 " Blacking, large and
-2r,0bi. fine Brandy; small.
1W dos Brooms;
With other article In the grocerv line too nurrerou to
mention. aug. IS. II S. t'RENCH afOS.
Gift Sale of Books at Auction.
Ofi VOLUMES Standard Works mill be of-
U9UlHi fered for sale at Auction this Tslght.
Purchasers of Books will receive p eients with their pur
chase, to be distributed as usual.
M. C. BRU.CK, Auctioner,
June 9-tf. Co l-re Stret .
UNTVERSITY OF hASHVILLE-
rfIIK Peventh Annual Course of Lectures In thi Instltu
X tion will commence on Monday, the id cf November
next, and continue till the first cf the ensuing March.
TliOMAS R. JiSMNeiS, M. D., Prof -ssor of Anatomy.
J. BslKKIKN LIND4LEV, M. I-, Prfssor of Chemibtry
C. K. WINSTON, M. Dn Professor of Materia Med ea acd
A. II. BLCli ANAN, M. D., Prtfessor of Surgical Ad ato
my and Physiology.
JOHN M. WATSON, M. V., Professor of Obstetrics and
the Diseases of Women and Chilureo-
PAl'L P. tVf, M. D , Prolessor of Principles and Prac
tice cif Surgery.
W. K. BOWLING, M. D., Professor of Institutes and
Practice of UwLcine.
WILLIAM T. BKIGG8, L Adjunct Profis-or and
Demonstrator of Ana tony.
Tho Anatomical Rooms will be opened fjr students on the
flr;t Monday lu October, (tbe6lh).
A PrtUminary Cvur of Lectures, free to all Students,
will be given by the Professors, eommeno.ng mho on tbe
first Monday ef I'ctcber.
The Tennessee Stale Hospital, and er the direction of the
Faculty, is open to tho Class free of Charge.1
A Cliniqae has been estab tsued in connection with the
Coiversity, at wh'ch operations are performed and cases
prescribed lor and lec.ured upon In tbe p.eseoce of the
Amount of Pees for Lee'ares is $105; Matriculation lee
(paid ones on'y), 6 ; Practical Anatomy, tlv; Uradca'.ion
Oood boarding can be procured tor tS to 14 per week.
For further Information or Catalogue apply to
PAUL i V, M. D.,
apgT Sw. liean of the acuity.
Hotel at Auction.
ON MONDAY Jlrd day of October next, I will offer at
nubile auction, my Hotel, known aj the "TRENTON
HOTKL," together with the stable and garden lots, thereto
attached, situated io the town of Trenton, Tenn.
This is valuable property, cither as a rnbia House, or
for basiness of any character, being situated in and occu
pying the most eligible position fur business, In town. I
will sell on th. day speeiSed, at leva disposed of privately.
In the meantime, 1 shall continue to keep It oen for the
accommodation of tbe pubko. and aU bo may be pased
to call on me, may be assured of a kind reccpiion and hos
Trenton. Aug. 1, 1557. lm. J.D.HILL.
200 ACRES LAND FOR SALE.
LYING on the South aide of the N. k C. Ear IroaJ.lt
miles from Nashville, ssd thiswqoaxtcrs froa La
vergae. OX flUDAY.AlClST tl ST..
W will sell to the higl est bidder, on th. premises, sbrat
two hundred acre of land, inciudiag ths hosaeaiead of th.
lats Matthew NeUon, with all theimproveia.au, consisting
of a Pram Dwelling Hoots, containing seven rooms, with
all neea-ary out booses, such as Gin House, Cotton Preas,
Ac. There is about lb) acres of cleared laud, ih balance
wt u Umbered, w ub a never-failing stream el aatsr run
ning throogh tha eetr of lb. tract, besides sows two or
three good Spring. Too sod U excellent, and U superior
to anv yet offered in point of fertility. Its proximity to
Nashville by ball road, and th. advantage of being skMt.
Lavergn,hr there Is stabtUb4 Meant Baw and Uris
Mum, t snides good ebool. Cburcaos, Ac, A., wbU-h makes
it altogether desirable. lh tract will b. divided, a piai
of which will b. exhibited oa tho day ol sa. V sioakt
ask an examination ot Uis property kefor tbe day of sal.,
as ws arc oouDdrnt it is superior tatnd. and aOorua al a
U$cs orr any thAthas beaa o3cr4 M tha pvibUo.
Teruaa mt Sale:
One-third payable 1st Dsoember neat, baiacoe 1 ana i
years, without interest.
C. L- NELSON.
1. R. GlASCOCS", tK'JMlMf.
Auga-t It, lent -d,tr.Atd.
rfHIS ts tho favorable time to lildl Jr Cia-'erns. Tho
X sbsat cits scu-osa, KLGti L. bEAK, is now in
tbi city, and pre pr J M t-l-d ti em of an liacs. Appl
catioBs mails by Bote, cr 'crws, U R. G. rvovei, mtU
rsociv. procapt aiteauon. '!" H5-tf
A LL persons wi.hlo(
to Warn WRITING
ii. vUilt.U'ii.i'tAS .ra aaraM srf s omorm.
inw U of AM as I s opos wiU ba
rtxxri red aftstr Hi 4 at-
AH supOs r.o hav not eoa:ple44 tWr Isaacs l, art r
sjaMbxi i A so &aut delay.
Reams iHf the nor. ef L P. Imtxt, it Collcgs strestC
U.rs toll, A. MttoJ, P. U. sue.
EHASI JiSAS!! 2HAIT!!l
1 XJS are new rsceiviBA- weekly Large shtmBs tl Bran
V m-'i rt. iu, wbKs . wid Sell ceap, aui Saiiver u
aav put i Useeity rt.s ehajga,
a.'ii'a, iu(ui IA, X.ll. QC1CS k XIAO.
IiTSTKUMEiTT, , &c.
JUST received by the subscriber a lair
assortment of thaw celebrated PIANO
FORTKS.madeby A. H. Gale A Co , Stein
wsy k Son, and SoebbeUer k f midt, of New
York. The attention of those in want of a
first class PHno is respectfully solicited.
Attention is also called to my large stock
f Bheet Slasic, Ma leal InstrumenU,
Birinr'. c., Ac, tmoDl which can be
found the beautiful Socgit Gentle Annie,
I'm leaving- thee in 8 wrow, EUr. of the
rummer Night, Ac.; a'to, PoUas, Vkaltaea,
Bchotti-hes, Marches, Ac
N. B. Small dealers in Musical Merchan
dise and Sheet Mu'ic, School, Academies
and Tea.;hers supplied on as good term,
as an house ia th United State.
J A3. A McCLUBK,
ang18, 83 Union .ToeU
IIcCALL, VANLE ER & CO.,
BEAUMONT, VANLEER & CO.,
DIRECT IMPOKTEK8 AND DEALEK3 IS
FEENCH, ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
GUN AND CUTLERY,
SIFTERS, KIDDLES, WOVE AND
TACKS, BBAD3, SHOE AND FINISHING NAILS.
PLATFORM, C0TTNTEB., BEAM, AND
SLATES, CLOCKS, MIER0ES, AND VABIETT
LARD, CHEESE, AND BtJTTEE TRIERS.
BRIDLE BITS, STIRBTJP IRONS, REIN AND
CORN MILLS, 6HELLEES, AND STEAW
THE Patent Right of
this new invention is
offered lor sale by the in
ventors. This 1'lun'er was
Invented by an old cotton
planter, and e feel safe
in saying it is the test im
plement ever off-red to the
poutn. Tins Macn ne con
sists in the following par
.iculars and works as fol
lows: Harrows the bed or
ridtfe, and opens the fur
row, aod drops the seed,
and covers them up; thus
completing the whole of
the work at one going
over, and saves the labor
o' four men and three
horses; and does the work
ir.uch nicer than can be
done in the Uiuul way;
and aho, i-aves at least
one-hair the Seed that
Advertisement of Important Sales to
come off on
SECOND SATURDAY IN SEPT., 1S57,
BY CHANCERY COURT CLERK.
4 LOTS IX EAVINGS ADDITION.
Wm. B. Bay less and others vs. B. P. Bentley.
IN pu-suance of the decree pronounced in this case at
the May 1 erm last, of this court I will sell at the Court
house lot m this city on tl e iS.n day cf September next.
Lots No. 168, 164, 165, and 160, in the plan of the property
known as Ewlng's Addition to Nashville. These k)ttlie on
htevenson street, have a front of ttx, feet each, and run
back feet to an alley.
Terms. 1 and x jears credit, with Interest, for notes
well secured, and lien retained. Pals free of redemption.
C. D. BKILN.C. A M.
augT. Chancery Court at Nashvilio.
ituick school. iioisi', uallatin
.lames Thomas vs. John Taylor, et al.
IN pursuance of the decree in this ease at th. May term,
.".7, I wiil sell at the Court House Lot, in this city, on the
lith day of Kepiember next, to itje highest bidder, for
cash, the Brick School House, aod one acre of ground at
tached. Iing on tha west side of the Uallalin Turnpike,
aboai 7 miles Irom the city.
C. D. BRIEN, C. k M.
augT. Chancery Court at Nashville.
LOTS ON Siriralrir.lt STIIEET.
Jno. A. McCampbell,Trnitee, Ac, vs. W.J. Mary.
IN pursuance of the decree in this case at th May
Term, 157, I will sell on the ISth day of September
next, at the Court house lot, In this city, on a ciedit of one
and two years, wi h interest and free from redemption 161
feet of ground on the east side ot r-umroer street, known as
the property conveyed to complainant by Milton Bourne.
This property is of good depth, and runs back to an alley
16 feel wile, aod it is ex pec ed that th. asm. will be suit
ably sub-divided by day of sale, when particulars will be
made known. C. D. BKILN, 0. A M.
augT. Chancery Court, at Nashville.
Luis on vine dtui:i:t.
Isaac Hodgens, Trustee, Ao , vs. A. W. Johnson.
IN pnnuan'-e of the decree In this cat. at the Msy Term,
Ik.'iT, I will sell on tbe l'ith day of tVpten ber r.est, at
the Coirt house lot In this city, seven Lota on the west
side of Vine street, fronting about 80 feet each, and run
ning bai k to an alley. A plan of these lots will bo ex
hibited on dsy of sale, and terms mtde knon.
C. D. BRIEN, C. k M.
augT. Chancery Court at Na-hville.
Lot on McLeniore Street.
Aaron Putnam vs. E. B. Garrett, et al.
IN pursuance of the decree prono inced In this csuse at
May Term. ISST, I wUI sell on the l'ith dsy of Sep em
ber nxt, at the Court house lot, la thiscily.on a credit of
6 and 11 months, without Interest, and free (rem redemp
tion, a Lot In C orris' plan ot lots, on the west side ol McL
mure street, fronting tfiereoo 75 Ireland running back 1T0
feet io an alley. Being the same bought by th. defendant
of R. S. encU. C D. BRIEN, C. A M.
augT. Chancery Court at NaabvtUo.
Lot on Clierrj Street.
Thos. B. Page, Quaidian, Ao., vs. Wm. BtewarU
IN pursuance of the decre. In this cause at the May Term,
157, 1 will sell al the Court I oue lot. In this el'y, on
'he lxth day of (September next, to th. highest bidder for
cash, the lot of 41 f et on the ea-t d. of Cherry street, in
the city of Nashville; formerly sold by ths Tax Co loctor as
the property cf Hughes, aud bought by to m. Stewart.
C. D. BRIKN, C A M.
augT. Chancery Court at Na&hvili.
55 Acres in the 8th District and 8 Acres
Tolcsy S. Stevenson vs. David A.Bell and others.
IN pursuance of tho decre pronounced io this cause at
May Term, 1S5T, I will sell at th. Court bouse lot, la
the city of Nashville, on th. Uth day of Peptember next,
a tract of 65 acres cf Land in th. ath Civil PUtrict, ad
joining tha lands of Ttroer Willises, Peter Owrn aod
o hers, and sLo ao undivided barf of a arrea of Cedar
Land ia Will.amaoo county, adjoining th. lands of
Carciir.haei, 11. HoK and J. Kid.
Tern s. 1 and 1 years credit, withont Interest, notes so
cured aud lien retained, acd free Irom redemption.
C. . BRIkN, C M.
mit. Chancery Court at Naalivdie.
475 Acres of Land.
Wyau vs. WysU and Knight vs. Wyati.
IN pursuance of th. decree ia this causa at Msy Tint,
Is T, I will sell at th. Court hoar, lot. In the city of
Nashville), on ths U:h day of September call, s tract of
4T5 acres of l and, rror. er leas, Ijlng In now Cheatham
eosuty, formerly In Davidson ccuoty, and being ths asms
lani soil to Mrs. Wyalt by Nicholas Knight.
Taans fino cash, and for Ui. balance a credit f and
IS months. Notes well secured acd lien retamej.
CD. Units, C.A M.
nugT. Chancery Court" at NaahtSle.
H0U52 A5D LOT. OS CHI2-E.Y 8T2XET, AJ.D
B1C&0 W02LAS LIZZIE.
Plaks an Krowa vs Mary Ptcsmanct sX
W. W. Pinaso A 0a. vs. sams.
B. W. Haaetuas A Co. va. sam.
BY virtue of a deorew pronoancs4 la Us above eaasat,
by tha Ctaocry Coort at Naahnll., 1 will sell st u
Court Umm lot, la ths city ol NaaovU.a, a lh ixth day
of rMcukfe.r, in. ho.ss and lot oa th. Mat al J. of Chevry
street, aod near ths Verandah Holer; at present ocejj..l
by fcan:l. H. Bugg. Tsssasa fronting nWsii 15 I vet anl
running back acoot 1 Tt fort is an aUey.
And al lb. sa. usMaad piacs I U sell ths negro wo
man Lusie, nucttUoned la W-s (.Wadicga and now Lirad to
Mr JMU Davis
Taaas For th. Ben, and Lot, 1 and S ysnrs, with la
terw.1, except ca h. Fjr lb. fctav., 4 SBaoths, wiih
IntsrcaA, ben to so roais4 on las iot and notes rsOirsd
to bs nJ scenrsi lasach ue.
C. D. EEIEN. C. k V.
mag. Ctaesiyt onr at NashriBs.
BY vtrtas of a decors asade at ths last May Tsrw ef iSIs
court, in tho c si kiattbeas abd Caij.c t , Jjt
f. rU, 1 w.It at ths sn yard gats, tu tit f
ha,h st 1 s OS SAT w KL'A Y, tin DAY Uf SaP
t asibait n k X t , a aorLttn p-rnoa ot tbat prorty lyutg
a trkl-Xi stnwt, furw-oriy as.il by A. kSMiaun tt.
feo.ut urala, asd Uiuf tS S st ssax, ogcaiuaA by
tb. t-aio b-. oa pr j rty.
. Taaat mniis nau, rda :ka- tmcuraj
rviuire4 ani fcs.il rstauasA.
C-D. eSitN, CAM
ju'Sa. ChaacsMy Cvrt at Nifcy-i:
DR. JOIliV W.MORTON
rjAS removed his office from No. 42 Cfcerry street .to
tl No. 83 Cedar street. juiya.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY!
Favorite Odd and Even Scbeme.
MOSZ THAI? 1 PSIZE TO ZVZET 2 TICKETS.
30,000 TICKETM 15,187 I'ltlZES
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS!
Tickets) Jlaslvresi 2 Quarters. .
Let thore buy now who never bought before.
And thoe who always bought now buy ths n.ore.
PHIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT LEDTJCTIOS'.
To be drawn every Saturday in July
and August, 1858.
Brilliant and Unprecedented Scheme.
1 Pr!se of. S1S.000
1 do of f000
1 do of S.OuO
8 Pri res of $ 1 000 r re 8,000
6 do of 500 are 8,KK)
15 do of. S00 are
50 do of 100 ars 6,000
100 do of 60 are 5.WH)
15o0 do of 8.20 are .24,0O
15,187 Prizes, amounting to $SS,000.
Bank Notes of sonnd Banks taken at par. Checks on
New Yoaa remitted for prises. Address orders for Tickets
or CeiuEcates of Packages of Tickes to
ANDERSON A SON, Managers. Mscon.Ga.
fW Orders for Tickets addressed to G. H. WINTER,
Box Ne. 852, Nashville, Tenn., will bo promptly attended
to. ANDhKSON k SON, Wan Alters,
July 80 Macon. Oa.
UTK have admit ed Charles A. Mooars, (font e-ly o f
Pajettevilie, Tenn ,) as a partner in our bu-'ness ,
and havechanited the style of our firm to Morgan, Pluas
me: Cocke A Co.
July 5:6. ISBY MORGAN k Cv.
11. B. PLCMMLR.
B. H. OOOKF.
Morgan, Plummcr, Cooke & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
tt. "5T GOODS,
IS on. 1 Az S Public Square ISaakville.
YX7E are reeefvlnu our PALL 8T0CK, embracing:
VV NtW 8TYLB PRINTS AND U1NGUAMS;
OSN'AliURQS, PLAIDS AND STRIPES, JEANS, Ac, Ac.
ju!y26-6m. MORGAN, PLUMMCR, COOKE k CO.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
7 E Invite the attention of Merchants and Traders gen
eraliy to onr large stock ol
School Books and Stationery.
AT WHOLESALE ADD BET AIL,
At prices which cannotlail to please. Our stock of
Is also large, and we will sell at very low
prices to those who buy to sell again,
Tkachkks would do well to examine onr i
stock. We will make special arrangements
to supply schools. bTKVENSON k KVANS, Agents,
augJ8 ly r-m.t side fublle Bauare, Isaahvtiie.
TO AKD tOOrEUS.
HAVING pa chafed 2000 acres of heavily timbered land,
near Paradise Hill, 15 miles from Nahvilie, with Saw
M ill. Ac, Ac, wears now erecting our Barrel and tv
Machinery thereon, and shall bs prepared in 8 weeks to
supply all demands for Flour and Dry Barrels, tr s toast
therefor, ready prepared for setting up, making a superior
barrel In every respect, to any now In use, of Machine or
Samples cf Barrels and Stock, can be seen at Mick's
China 11 all, 4tS Public Square. Having 3 sets of Machinery,
we can, if necessary, turn cut 1400 barrels per day.
Orders received and information given, also, County
Rights for sale by
July 15, 15;. 3m. EDWIN FERGUSON k CO.
8 rushl Grain Bags of No. 1 Augusta Osnaburgs, by
the 1000 1TX cents.
8 Uu5hel Grain Bags of No. 1, extra heavy Drillings,
Augusta gooJs, by the 100i 15 cents.
Ail guaranteed to hold two bushels.
WE A HE NOW
PREPARED TO PILL 0RDER3 FROM
IOOO to rooo VEtt u.vv,
OFFICE, NO. 15, .PUBLIC SQUARE,
Ju'y 7 8m.
Great Reduction iu Prices
K. C. M'NAIRY &, COS.
BEING anxious Io reduce our summer stock ti ths very
lowest pssil!i point before receiving our fall Imtor
tstiooa, we will from thisdsts offer any portion of it at
Greatly Reduced Prices. S5i
Wo will offer
Dre s Mlks;
bummer Mantles, Ac, Ac.
At prices that will Insure their sale. And to all person
not sup)l;ed, we would say now Is tbe time, lor wo ar
determined to close them onl regardless cf cost.
We have a large stock of tuple Uoods, Carpeting, Rugs,
Mats, Oil Cloths, Curtain Goods, Linen, lable Damask,
Table Cloths. Napkins, Towels, Cotton and Linen tturet
lngs, MusqJito Nets, etc, which wo will se.l at tha very
lowest poaaibie prices.
Aug 8. E. O. McNAIRT k CO.
Read this and Profit Tlierebj.
I. C. HICHOLSOIT & CO.'S,
Io. 22 on (tie Square
You can get all linds of Goods at Greatly Re
OUR Bummer DRESS GOOD3 ws will sell at cost, and
even lex than coat, for ws ars very ansloos to cloeo
them all out belors fall.snd nill oaks ths pries no object
Ju.-tao we will sell Ihs goods.
We have left some beauuisj Bilk aod Flounced Organdies,
and iierage rlaid Orgaodlee, and Preach and Bcoton Wus.
lins- also. Mantles Uueiery and vartosta other things which
w will not mcnuoa hers, hot can bo found st our house,
some cheaper than anywhere else. Oar slock of
-VSTIaJLto Qooda :.
Is very large, aod ws will give great bargain In that way.
be sure yoa call soon belors Uwf ars sll gone, lor ws ar
over ao nous that our customers should enj y the benefit
of oorcl.eap goods. 1. C. NiCUOUsON k AO.
W. A. & J. G. McCIXLIJINI)
VRC cCerlog a very large and dsairabie "lock of elspl
and fancy Good., al very rsxiuoed pnoss fur eaasu
Person, buy.ng rm1' u U-s market wuuid do well to sa
amine their cuck, as great bargains may bs exyee-ed.
Illch Dress Goods.
Elcgaet PHMinecd and BayaJere fc.'.la; EtrlpstJ and
Cheeaed do fiouoeed, Prinlol and Plain Bsxrea, JLion
Moaiiaa, Sc., at greatly reiucd prtoss, (.fast sayi
barege, Ac, grsaUy boW oust.)
3Sant let, Shawls, &.c.
Wear oserin- atanUos.Sluiwis aod Bear is very ehsap
Tabls Linens, Napkins, Towels, LIuea Fbssln, "heavy
ram y Liaena, Curtaia ItaSBaaks, alaibnga and aU kinds
of t.aple Ijos., very cheap. A largs lot of CU windo
tiaOi at v.ry low pnets, at '
NaahvUls, July 17.
B t!sU Coiicgs strsvv. .
Fre&h Arrival, of 1-alher Ueltlnp
wula-saoidon tho vsry ssast Sarsss tor crTEa
Jalyla. cvser CoiW-gsA brvoJsay.
T has aiao. In store sad w mK every v.. teiy of Shoe
U bs -er, as. by
jalylX fos M k tt.eor Cui'egs A kUuacvay.
Justs D. Jasss, Prss't
D. D. Jasas, Caahlsr
DANK OF COMMIIRCl-
Ditaajila4tias -Ks, flea and gilver and l'i cur
caal bin. utea, saakssouilaMtwos la ail piu ut tt.a eoa o
try, wi.i (ir tt hi$U.t saeristpriOS W Lad axia ia
i-s J li.tl oa a$HilteS. , J-iis
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