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7inesday Morning, August 19, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing tlie
Post Office Letter JList.
Notice to Trantieut Advertiser
AD transient advertisements in this paper, miiit be paid
tor at the time they are handed in Otherwise they will not
tie inserted. Transient Job Work most be paid for cn deli
Very, To oca Scbscribkrs". We have lately ptit seve
ral new CakKiERS on the different routrs, and
should any of our aubscritv r- fil to get th ir pa
pers, we would be obliged to them to iuform u4 of
Job Peistino. Ek-Rant as have been the epec
irneiia of Job Printing tame I out by the "Patriot
Job Office," it is uow prepared even to iprove
upon tbem. Persons wishing any detferiptlon of
pUIn or fancy Job Prioting will pleaee Bead in tb ir
orders, which will be promptly eiecuted at the
For the Daiy Patriot.
If Wm. At Glkkk, E-q., will consent to run for
llavor at the ensuing election, be will comply with
the withes of many ud timers and will be
51 1. Vernon Aaaocitttioii of Xcnuesaee.
It will be seen by the following letter that the
Trea'urerehip of the Mount Vrno!i Assori iiion of
this State, has been tendered to Prof. LindslkT, of
Nasuville, Aug. 16th, 1857.
To Dr. J. B. Lindslkt,
Chancellor of the Nashville Utiiver.ity t
Deab Sir: Having recently been appointed by
the Southern Matron Vice President of the Central
Committee of Mount Vernon Association for the
Union, and President for Tennessee, I have the
honor to appoint you Treasurer o( the Mount Ver
non Association of this State, to receive all mon
ies subscribed by the citizens of Tennessee for the
purchase of Mount Vernon, the home and grave of
Flattering myself that you will accept the ap
pointment, I have the honor to be
MARY RUTLEDGE FOGG.
The time is rot far distant when Tennesse Floor
will head the Hat In every market In the couutry'
We believe there is none superior to it manufactur
ed. Bt. Louii at one time claimed the highest rank,
but she has had to knock unier. We saw a spec
imen of St. Louis flour yesterday at W. II. Gordon
& Co'., a barrel of which cost $9 there. It is a
very choice article, but is regarded by excellent
judges as of lower grade thao sever brands of Ten
nessee flour in ftore at Gordon's, and which he is
wholesaling at $7 per barrel. A cample of Good
- leitsville flour which we caw compared with it, was
pronounced its superior, and wear,. assured that
Ih banon and Port Royal are in the fame category
either of them laying the chef (Touvre of St. Lou
Is in the shade. We should have been pleased to
eee a sau-p'e from the Rio Mills in comparison with
Speculators and consumers should make their
purchases in this market, if possible. They may
always rely upon getting an excellent article.
The fine store of our friends, the iIeHr.
Bekcii, on College street, Is nearly finished, and a
number of packages of goods for the new firm of
JIeech, Webb & Co., have been stored In it. The
firm will have one of the most elegant, as well as
most comfortable houses. In the city, for the trans
action of their business: the sale of ready made
clothing at wholesale. This branch of the trade of
Nashville has increased of late years wonderfully,
and is now one of the great dements of our pros
perity. We doubt not the new house has a long
and prosperous career before it.
gr We are indebted to the publishers for a
copy of the very able Address delivered before the
Pbilomathrsian Society of Bethel College, Ru'Sel!
ville, Ky., in June last, by Dr. W. K. Bowling, of
Mr. John Dolan, the "better citizen," whom
we mentioned yesterday as bavin b. cn tlie depo
itory of John Mullen, do 8 business on Market
street. lie appears to have been properly eautiou
in the transaction and his good name and fame are
in no wne comprcmi-ed by it. No one suspects he
had any part or lot in Mullen's proposed fpeculi
tion in liberating slaves. That is out of Mr. Do
lan'a line. Let those who may have thought oth
erwise, on seeing his name connected with the
matter be assured of that.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. We
are indebted to Messrs. John York & Co. for a copy
of this popular paper. The present No. is an in
Interesting to Merbanlc and Itlanulac
titrera Tlitrd Annual fair.
The Mechanics and Manufacturera of Tennessee
and adjoining Sutt s, are reminded that the Third
Annual Fair and Exhibition of the Mechanic's Insti
tute of this State, will commence In October next
in this city. The annually increasing inten st man
ifested in these exhibitions, and visible advantages
resulting to exhibitors, as well from the dissemina
tion of important information among themselves.
as from the great publicity which they are thus ena
bled to give their bunine-s renders it certain that
the approaching exhibition will eclipse iu magnifi
cence and interest all its predecessors,
Copies of Circulars, giving full particulars, can be
obtained at the Mechanic' Institute rooms, College
street, opposite the Sewauee, or by addressing the
President, Wm. Stock ell, or Seer-Mary II. K. Wal
ker. June 23 8m.
t5y"Charles H a, Teacher on the Tjano, Darp
Guitar, and in singing, is now prepared to give lea
sons if d'sired, at the residence of tho seholar.
Tetms oue dollars lesson, none engaged for leas
thin twenty lessons, July 2S 2ui.
J27The Nashville Academy ot Mumc will com
mence its fifth session on the 8rd Monday in Sep
tember next. For partii ulars apply to the Princi
pal, No. 2 1, South Vine street, jy 23 2 n.
A. t AMPt aXi
PlURISL&rj St Co.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IV
STAPLE AND FANCY FOREIGN AND TOMESTIC
7K w receiving our Importation for tha FALL
v SKAStiN. Our Stocs ron sta of entirrly Nrw ai d
Freth Uoed to h eh we mould repectf-lly invite the no-
iiivvi luuuy aout.lL lucrcnAniS
Ft'RUAN A CO .
No 64, N. S turner of tu.uare.
BLEACHED Lonr Cloths, Cambrics, Jaconet;, Sw,.,
Mull, Book and Cheek Uuilmi. A Isrge lot u.t c-peu-d
by Fl KM AS a Co.
APKAOTIfCL axoritucol of check and plaul; alto
fether oew.by F KMA.N to.
A SUPERB lot of every No. Just or"1 at
Ft KNAN A CQ'S.
Black Ml Us, lluiittkeicliiefsuud
A- VIRT superior assortment, now rrceiviegby espre-s
at Ft KM AN A Coa.
A LARGE and superior lot of retry mrt. j. open
. fa'." , t'.XI AN A cos.
Jolyg Ibi. No. t4, N. k. turner of ruuare.
T. B. rains, i b. aoK.
11 AIiTS & BROWN,
Druggists aud Prcscriptionists,
NO. 19, SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC oQUAfiX,
ACOMPLCTK auirtmeat of oitah aed Anaricaa
Chemloala,p re aod unJullera J Ding, fresh sad
genuine Jt racia, aelect J"o.der, Aen aleaj. htJtd,
'lav srlttf L'xtracla, Ac.
Lemon. Boee, Vanilla, Pine Aupt. Bir.wb.rrr, Celery,
Almond, Kaiberry, teaoa and Urane eaUaeu fur Saver.
lag. lie. iSerajotla Arrow Kool, leiuelaaa, Clovee. Nut
BietrSi CiaoaoMB, do , at
KAINi A BSOVSrS.
STEAHBOAT AND EIVEE, NEWS.
The river is getting low ag na, there beiog bnt 3
feet water on the Shoala, and railing.
The Cuba arrived yesterday from. Paducah.
The Maryland, Cilba arid Nettie Miller departed
for Paducah, and the Dr. Iioberison. for St. Louis.
The Hartsville departs to day for Paducah.
Qr- We are authon'ted to announce Jamcs M. Histo aa
a candidate for tlMjriff of DaricLoa county, at the next
Jy- We are authorised to announce Joh K. Edmowdsob
as a candidate for theril of Daviduon county, at the next
fW W'e are authorized to announce E. B. Eiglet aa a
candidate for fherifT of Davidson county, at the next March
ITT" We are authorized to announce A. Creele, aa a
candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next Marc
COUIfTY COURT CLERK.
We are authorized to announce Capt Joh 8. Dash
Iill aa a candidate for Co-nty Court Clerk, at the March
t3y We are authorized to announce Faux R. Chbat
bam, aa a candidate for re-election to the office of County
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
tSP We are authorized to announce Thos. D- Stogkeb
as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the next March
BEAN! BEAN!! BEAN!!!
llE are now receiving weekly large hfpments of Bran
VV and f-h rta. whirh we w,il tell cheAp, and deliver la
any part of theci'y free of cha gt.
Nahi.le, Augnst 10, UOi.
QUICK k MEAD.
BT vii-tce of a venditioni epons to me directed, and
delivered from the honorable Circuit Court of I'avid
on rcunty, Tenneeaee, at it" May Term, 157, 1 wi I expose
to public tale to the highest bidder, (or c-h, st the Court
house yard ate, in he citv of Nashville, on S.turday, the
14th dav of September 16BT,al! the riyht. title, claim, In
terest and estate which John Coltart then had. or may
have since acquired in and io the following deecibtd tract
or parcel of land, tituated in Davidcon county , Tennesfee,
and di-scribed a follows, to-wit : Being part of Lot No. 72,
in the plan of Ualch an Whiteside'a addition to Nashville,
b ginning on Jaekson s'rett, on the line of Mrs. Christo
pner'a, one lit Bit red fret from Hifrh street, anl runninar
with Jackson street westward 1!0 feet, thence back at
rignt xntfles 17i) feet.lhenoe towards High street ltKI leet,
thence to the beginnli g. for a. particular de'C 'iption of
which reference Is m ide tj Hook No. V2. page 18J, in the
RegiUir'olti;e of Davidson county. Levied upon aa the
property of John Cottart, this J tnuary 1, 1N57.
aUgl5. JSO. K. E1JM0N8UN, 8heriff.
BY virtue of a venditioni ei ooaj to me directed, and
de.irered from ihe honorable Circuit Court of David
son count., Tennessee, at iU May Term, 18' 7, 1 will expose
to public kale to the highest biildt r, for cash at the Court -houe
ysrJ gate, in the citr of Nashr.'l'e, on Saturday, the
llih day of Septemb'r, 1S57, all the right, title, claim, in
terest and e.-tate which John Coltart then had, or may
have sii.ee acquired in and to the fallowing described Lots
of ground, lying in Nashville, Davidson county, Tennessee,
bounded aa follows : Being part of Lot No. 23, beginning at
TliOtnas Hairison corner.cn Collef e street, running South
with the line of said street 73 feet, to the centre of Lick
Branch, thence down the Branch with its meanders, to
Uarrison'a corner, tiience west wilh Ham" on's line to the
beg nning. Another beninninir on J ickon street, on the
line of Mr. , nine feet from High street, running
with Buckner west 10' feet, thence back at right angles 170
teet, theuce towards High street Itiu ftet, thence to the
beginning; being part ol Lot No. 71. Levied upon as the
property ol John Coltart, this 26:h October ISM.
E. D. WHITWOK'llI, O. D.
aufc-15. JNO. K EDMONSON, Sheriff.
No. SO Front Street,
SELLS Cotton, Iia and txosx laoa, Oaaia, Taigo KaeiT,
Ac . and fills orders for articles of Cincinnati Produce
and Manufacture promptly and to best advantage.
WHISKY, BRANDY & W.NES.
WE have on hand and for sals a choice assortment o
Domestic Liquors, which we oiler at wholesale to
the Nashville trade, viz :
Chhi bbls. Mononcahela and Rye Whisky;
fOd " Smith's Out deserve do
800 " Bourbon, our extra Brand
100 " CxtAWba Brand , low pric;
1U0 Sweet Miilaga Wine:
li 0 " Muscat Wine, very ntee;
JRO casks French Pacusges Brandy;
llKJi' bbl-. Doub e Kectified vVhis-ky;
U bbls. 8 to 5 year old Copper WhUky, from f3 oO U
fi 50 per gal.
Louisville, June 19.-i8m. JNO. B. MclLVAIN A PON.
HOUSE HIliMSHIVG HARDWARE.
PICOT & SPOTWELL,
No; G3 Itluldcii I, tine, New Vork.
IMrOKTlTri A!TD J0BSKR3 OF
CUTLERY, FENDERS, TEA TBiYe, FIKB IKONS, TIN
NED and t.VAMtLIU HOI.L Itt WAKE,
KKENCli TINNED WAKE,
ANDIKONS, Kit Y PANS.COAl. HOPS,
rLANISUtO JAI'ANEU I'LATED A BRI1AN1A WARS,
PLATED M'OOSS & FORKS,
Jul14 4m. C3 Mai fen Lane, New York.
a. T. nigrum.
a. c. m'cumb. t. J st'cona.
BAETLETT, M'OOMB & CO.,
O EN ERA L
Commission fe Vonvrdug
KO. 23 LEVZZ ft 60 COMMEECXAL ST.,
SAI.NT L.Ot'lS, 31 0.
3T Liberal ca.-h advances made on Consignments.
KKraa to :
W. H. GORDON k CO., W M. P. ERY AN, E?Q.,
July 22 -8m. Nashville, Tenn.
v. rmuirti. wm oiusoa. a. kixom. t. aixoa.n.
C. Wa PHILLIPS & CO.
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS & CO.,
38 i iMo.-v sthi:i:t,
NEW ttltl.EA KS
P. A. I'EKTHOU). . A. 0. BSR.SODDT. U. THOMPW B.
BEETHOLD, BEENOUDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
aid pKALiaa ta
Bope, Baggiug, Bacon and Flour,
No. 134 Ne'COiiU Mrcfl, Sulnt I.onla, ITIos
tiW Cotmignnients of all Southern Pro luce received
and promptly attended to mayl. triw Wly
A. O. SMITH.
a. r. uttbbis.
uo. j. auwLAB
S31ITII, UUTIIK1I-: &. CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS!
iid AQiaTS roa tu sua or
viittiiM.t a tobacco,
No- 564 Main St-, Between Second and Third,
LOUISVIILE, KY. ,
S. V. IINCBLKT. B. B, SAkOBSZ
KIACIILLY &. SANCI1KZ,
Produce and Coxiimission 3Ierchanls,
AND DEAlEltS IN
COEN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, C
iV. 7 Warren lUock, Aiigusta, (in.
IV Particular attenliun given ly the sale of all con.
Igpinenis. ma18 4m
P. Pi PECK & BRO.,
I T AVE for sale TWO KINK COACHES, ""g-f
a 1 Jul rrce'vrd from New lors- IKyV
Coaches are we believe lluer than any J
l I. PIXJv iw UllO.,
INVITE the at'.entioo of country dealer ihelr stork of
Buemes. He teak a cuod article which we warranu
W have also on hand aa t.ateru ai ucie, which we war
p. p. pi:ck iw into.,
HAVR this day rrcived Ihr.e COACH tS, which we
believ to be flurr than any la Teoaeax. Jao9.
A OAlLY JOl R.AL,
TO HI. 'l II 1.1 MILD lt T1IL CITV Ol
74 AI1VILLL', COUMI'MIX. Alt IV.
Slat. PKIISOS UIMIu TO AUVLK
IISL, WILL fllam: AIIOKLSS
jr. ii. iiaiipi n
Au10,lS5T. Hex g (,( omc.
Sale of Desirable Properly.
T!LL be se4d at rabiss auetion, ea the Brrata i
V SalLKDai.Bi.taMbR6r.lsai.ihaa.e aas)
I round at Keai .upud by Ue t latter.' UaaA, HmMh
Terms hb.rai will be aad knows on day of sale.
Jul) 10 Ula,
Uolcl at Auction.
ON MONDAY. Sr4 C.v ol OelU..r n.st, I
roMie auction, sy Hotel, soowa s th
UOTIL," tuacitur W!U U lusi. a4 gardm
will eer 1
a kxa, tbere J
attach J. situated 10 U uwa ut trsus Ttss
Ibis U va u.blw proriy.woer as a ub'M Hows. .
fer ta iueaa of anr 'huiciw, bin um,M in and soot
VJ " W 'b niu. sH.aiuua sue tuusa, la tw
wt4 aU o tt Say t-ia.J. actrsa di.puswd of priv
la tha ms.inio.., 1 st.aii ntiiM 10 keep it oifn
aeeusamodaiioa of ib pubte, sad all who mas be p
pjinf im sbom iisuus paiuua sue Siuia,s. la iM.
bs It WaUs
. V T ' ' "U,IU a aisid recy:ka aud a
Iraftoa. Aug. 1, lsTT.-Isa. 0- HilX.
O ALT. 8od bbU ia sluts aud fur by
BOO. A CO
DISPEPSIA AND DEBILITY CLUED.
Tbbcdo ta raASK, Esq., of the Pittsburgh and Steuben
ville Ssllroad O&ce, says: " " - .
"For years I have been aa Invalid from Dyspepsia
With a hope of relief, I resorted to cany adrertised reme
dies, bat failed In deriving the benefit sooght for, until I
tried your HOLLAND BITTERS, the happy effects ot
which npon the digestive organs, and in restoring a debili
tated system, causes me to recommend it confidently to all
suffering from Dyspepsia.
Ilollenay's Pills ctnd Ointment. Public
opinion Is compelling the hospi Uls throe gboot Europe and
Amerca to adopt this famous alterative, antl billions, and
restorative medicine. Sufftrers from chronic lnolgestion. f
eostiveneas, dyentery, diart oea, and liver complaint, who
have been under treatment for years, recover by its con
tinued cse. The Ointment is also a sovereign remedy for
cutaneou s diseases.
Dr. S. S. Fitch'M Six Lectures,"
8S0 pages, 80 engravings, bound, explanatory of tbe
treatment by which be cures Consumption, As hma. Di
seases of the Heart, Throat, Stomach, Bowels, Liver, KidV
neysandkin, Fenale Complain is, Orarel, Ac, sent by
mill, and postage prepaid, for 40 ctn's. Apply to
DR. 8. 8. FITCH,
714 Broidway, Sew York.
t3F" He hai no other offic: either at Chicago, Buffalo,
Pittsburgh, or elsewhtre. Lie is never ab-ent from Nts
York, and no physician elsewhere is authorized to use his
name. angll Scv.
Fsvca astd Acus. Foremost among the various remedies
for thii disease standi Dr. Ehalienberger'a Antidote A
few doses will cure any ordinary case, and one dose inva
riably stops the chills. It contains nothing in the least
degree hurtful to the system under any circums'anees,
and never produces the unpleasant e Beets that attend the
use of Qu nine and other agents in general use. It cures
every f rm of the disease, and is the original and only An
tidote firr Maliiria..
A-k fev Dr. EhAilenberger'a Fever and Ague Antidote,
and be tare you get jiills. Bold by respectable Draggists
everywhere Price 1 60. Sole Proprietors, A. T. 8hal-
UKBEaoKB k Co., Rochester, Pa. aug4-8mdtriw.
White Teeth. Perfumed Breath, and Beautiful 3
Complexion cm be acquired by using the "Uta of a
Ttumsand Floicers.n What lady or gentleman would re-
mt-in under the curses of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm or a Tbrcsand Flowuu," as a denti
frice, would not only render it seet, but leave the teeth
white as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breatb
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., tf. T.
JCor sale by all Druggists. feb23 bin.
The only remedy for Consumption which experience has
proved reliable, LIEGEMAN, CLARK k CO'fi, (late Eush
ton, Clark k Co..) PURE AND GEN' CINE GOD LIVEE
OIL. It has stood the test of ten years with increasing
popularity, and proved efficacious where others have failed.
Eee that you get liegeman, Clark A Co 's, for since the
death of our Mr. Rushton, an article called "iwWm't"
has been introduced, in no way connected with R. C. k Co.,
or II. C. k Co.
Sold by EWIN k BR08, JO. G. BROWN, and Druggists
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flu t,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case for 7t
cents, by the use of TUCKER'S CH0LE&A SYRUP,
bich has been tested by the best physicians In the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectna
remedy new in ue. It has performed more astonishing;
cures than any other cpecific. A human life can be saved
n nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Bur
a bottle and keep it by you.
Forsae by KEHNAN a RAINS and T. WELLf, Drne
gis.8. apr24 6m
105 MEDICAL PEEPEATIONS '
FOR THE CCRE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The nndenlgned, having: been appointed sole Agent for
Nashville, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom
mended ta 'Dr. Freefe's Confined Fy ra of Practice, for
Physicians and Families,' would respvcvfuliy offer them to
such of ourcitisms as need a retomti'V to healih.
These preparations are con pounded from the recipes of
the n.ost celebrated Physicians tnd Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure erery Imiwn disease, that is at
all within tbe reach of remedies. These Preparations have
been tested for years by Profeteor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have beta found invariably effectual.
For further particulars, tee Dr. Freese' Combined Sys
tem of Practice, trgether with Cards, Posters, Ac.
Both tl.e Dock, Medicine Chests, and Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at bis Drug Store, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEEf n.
No. 20 Sewanee Building, ollee at.,
bd16 6m. Nashville, Tenn.
CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS.
rIHE undersigned has been appointed Agent for the
I rale of HtMge k Free's Mills, for grinding the Chinese
Supar Cane. The;e Mills are of the most approved de
srrip'ton. Persons in want nf them thould send in their
orders immediately, as none can be furnished without at
least thirty days notice,
augo. B. S. WELLER, Ea.
A, IIi;itRICII &, CO.,
Dyer ami Scourer
NO. 43, FRONT STRKET.
fX70Ur.D rfsuect'uly inform his old cui'om.rs and the
v v "rest of mankind," that he has taken tha above
stand for the purpose of carrying on an ex'enslue t ui
ness in DYEING AND fCOUUlNU. All who have old
Nclothes that want them made new should rail. Termi
cash. A. IIE1.NR1CH k CO.,
aue4 8m, Front street.
G4EAT EXCITEMENT FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Closing Out at Half-Prices.
f! NOW Ladies you can purchase a flno gf&l
a" sr Bonne' er Milhnery Goods at your own jjw
From the unprecedented patronage we have received
this reason, the great competition notwithstanding, fur tnis
has fully established the reputation of our bouse and in
creased our trade i per cent., tbe great rush af eronr
ItonntH the past three weeks has reduced oar stock, aud
will cose out the balance certain this week.
fcu.h Flowers, ladles, that will delight you, and the ta
gene (iipsey Hals, so bewitching. Call soon, as this is our
last stock for this season, and will soon be sold out
Our stock of flraw and Fancy Goods, Embroideries, Ac,
Rich Paris, Bupaland Fancy Bonets, Imported styles'.
Hair, nugal bond I. ace Bonnets;
Krplish flraw and other plain slvles;
A few doten imported Imperial Chip Bonnets;
A few Carton's of Paris Flowers, for bonnets, parties and
Jo!-t received a fine lot of Pink Ribbons, for bonnets and
Hoop r-kirts, bone and steel, extra bone, Ac;
Spanish and French Fans;
f arasols, assorted iUulily;
Rich Black Bugal Lace Mantillas and materials;
Uugal tilmps and Laces, white, blond and Maltese;
Blsck bugal Collars and Sella, lor mourning.
Our stock ef Embroideries is not only beautiful but ckesp,
consisting in part or Kicb Maltese work. Muslin, Jaconet
Setts, Collars ofHonilon Work, Muslin, Maltee and Jaco
net Cndrr-fleeves, Worked Bands, (arts Embroidered
Handkerchiefs. A fine line of Paris Mitts, Kid OloTes and
Elastic Belt; Ladies fine aud medium Ctbbaa Port Monies.
The bonnet Comb and new styles of Turk and Redoing
Cnmbs, with many Fancy Ooods, too numerous to meution,
will be sold at a great redaction in prices.
We shall open on the 1Mb September, the finest Stock of
Goods for the fall Trade ever opened a' Na.-hville, of over
t.A.iHJO worth of our own importation from Pans. Com
petition must bs met with a large M-ck of Kick Goods and
mw prices, to keep up the Ufa of trade with
K. WISE, Agent,
Aug. 4, No. 46 Cnion St. next door to Plate gank.
J US T RE (J El I ED!
CllESON & CO.'S
MODEL CLOTHING BAZAAR,
K0. 25 CEDAR ST., NASHVILLE,
MERCHANT TAILORS and dealers in Ready-made
n-sde Clothii g aud Furnishm- OooJs, have just re
ceived a magnificent assortment of
Vine lleec iiooils,
Consiftfng ol French Cloths, Cassiroeres and Testings of
every shade and color, which we will make up to oruer it
the best manner and at the ihonm notice Alwavs cn
hand a coo-p ets assortment of kuDf UiuK CLOTHING
AND FLKMMIIMU tiKl.
All of which we ofTer to our friends and the public gene
rally, at lbs LOWfcjr PElCE-i! fjune..
IIF.AVLH WA.VI MPl(L4(;i.
VRK In Hickman county, Trnnesse, on a beautiful,
clerr tuisll creek of pure and littng aler, in a dense'y
shaded grove, where it air is eool.ure and bracing, aod
ta waters e"Ul if not soperior to anv la the t'ou.b-aesl,
b' vtng fir rul.hur fpucss, all diSerlDg exalenaUy; one
COAiyUala and several til uie puretl and culde.t Free-alone
in the world, lakirg ail things totreiher it is Considered
by oun pete at juoce. to b on of the very first watering
ptadva ia lb (jailed (Hates. Beaver Data it forty miles
west of Columbia. Nearly half of the road IS turnptka,
the balauew lha beal. dirt road ta Teiinea.ee. rooa
Waynwsfroro'it i' oaly aooat thirty w ilea tat t; and from
Ptrryvilla about lb aa. distaoee. Oood bunting and
fiihiDs: aaar by. and the vary best of brandy, Im and
Cir-. kepi fur table aad rvusn parpoK; tiuhard Table,
Nio Pus Alley, aad suaoy ssuailer gauges lor excrete,
bflallh aod puiascre. lavaUda and plcasura seekers are
particularly a to- reepeeuuiiy invitsa 10 vimi snia piace.
H are authorised to refer so at, a. l,. r.
Hctoa, J.mca Earn, At . fcruwa, and Waahiogtoa
M rred lb , of NaahvUie nearly every Bias, wea&an and
e lu Id la Cvluer.bia atd Maury coantt; Rt. Kav.Jas. Otey.ti.
P. Walker, Coi. . G. Leosey.aad Dancan 8. Irtwrava, of
1 C3ASGEJ WILL BE
Seven Dollars ..... Per Week.
Children under 10 years U ... Hsuf Prarw.
Ccrvaau ef ail agea ... iiaif frrios.
Any annibcr of all kiads of convey a noea rawdy at an
times at Co tiatb.a tavaa yv to bar Dam, About
tbrea hacdreu persons caa be eomlo!t)!y aoaosasaodasad,
m aoat beiieve wbea yoa baar thai ws at fiat.
Vt would sues oatawstly and nrpfitu'Ay tnvtt ejr
frieads aad Uie puhLt to vsstS svaavor Dasa. aa we ar now
ready h receive ihruu ItAsLslT tO,
V Ltr Uc kuparvUioa a4 eOBtroI of Mrs. Jaa K. Kallcr.
f AM daily t pectins; sis r r power Clue esd
r. aa.fi iia. tuperwtf Tbresbora,
b, g. WtlXUe
BY THE NATIONAL LINE.
Reports Furnished by the Associated Press.
Loci.-villic, August 17. During the thunder
storm this alterroon, the steamer Eaves was struck
by lightning. Nobody was nuit. The home ine
deck of the boat was somewhat ehstteied. The
damage done is bat eligt.
ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS.
The Freoch Ambassador in Turkey suspended
relations because the Moldavian eLciions were not
A despatch from St. Cloud states that tbo Ero
percr and Empress will leave Wednesday to vioit
No confirmation ofthe fall of Delhi hai been re
ceived. European residents were under arms at Madras
in momentary expectation ot an outbreak.
Wasoihgtow, Aogust 17, Tb jury in the case
of the alleged election rioters, disagreed after iour
days confinement in the Jury room.
Bostoh, August 18. An arrival from Capetown
reports tremendous gales last June. A number of
vessels were wrecked on the coast.
Nkw Tobi, August 18: The steamship Tennes
see has arrived from Aspinwall with the remainder
of Walker's army.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE,
Nasbvuxk, Aug IV, ls6T. f
Wheat We note large quantities of wheat being ship
ped, a considerable portion of it by the river, the navigable
condition of which has had a beneficial influence upon
prices. A buyer can affjrd to pay 5c per bushel more for
wheat destined for New York, transported on the river than
on the Railroad, the former presenting less obstacles to a
tpeedy trip. We beard of some few sales yesterday at 75
95c; wh'ch are about the proper quotations, though in
second hands a choice article of White would sell at fl 00
TIIE lrlAltK.LTS ItY TELLGRAPII.
New Yorx, Ausrnst 17. Sles of Cotton trday
fiOU bales. Orleans 16; Upland 15. Flour and
Whisky dull. White wheat 180; Red 171. Mixed
Corn 86. Mess Pork 2490; Prime 2050. Beef
cteadj. Lard 16. B icon buoyant; Clear Sides
14 Sugar steady. Freights on cotton to Liver
Nkw Orleans, Angus. 17. Sales Cotton to-day
300bilee; Mjal5; 3 biles or new sold at 18. Flour
lower. Red wheat 127. Lari in tierces 16.
Other articles unchanged.
Nkw Oslkans, August 18. Sales of Cotton to
day 300 bales; prices unchanged; sales for 3 days
12U0 bales; receipts 30 bales; stock in port 19,870
bales. Flour dull; superfine St. Louis $6 00.
Wht at 2c higher. Oats 40. Freights dull. Ster
ling Exchange 9J, on New York 9f.
New Yori", August 18 Sales Cotton to-day
fiOO bilks, firm. Flour and Corn firm; Wheat un
settled; Mess Pork 25; Lard 16; Sugar heavy;
Rio Coffee 10$; Racoutlull.
Cincinnati, Aur. 18. Flour 5 50; Red wheat
$1; white $1 20; Whisky 25c; Coin 70a73c; Prc
Tuior s fi m.
THE undersigDel having ordt-ra for WHEAT, will pay
the highest market rate deliverable at M'Crea k Ter
rasa' warcnoue, corner Broad and College sts.
JuIylT. tf. Cotton and Produce Broker.
NOW RECEIVING AND OPEXISQ AT
T. & W. Eakin & Co.'s
NO. 48 PUBLIC SQUAtlEt
julySl -tf NAf IIVILLE, TENNESSEE.
W M. 8. FA KIN.
ADAM G. ADAMS.
T. & W. EAKIN &G0.,
IMPOE1E2S AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
We Lave now in More a. auperb stock
Of Sl'llIltXi A!M1 Sl'I.TILIt GOODS In
which will be found some of the moat
taitiy (roods for Ladies and Gentlemen
ever offered in ahvllle.
We have largely increased our stock of '
And are fully prepared to meet the growing demand of
the Trade at
Will be found large and 'attractive, to all of which we
Invite the attention of Merchants, aa our facilities enable
us to offer extra inducements.
X. Ac AV. EAKIN V CO.
N'AFHvnxa, Aug. I, 1'57.
Dyaeiitery, Hloody f lux, Diarrhoea, and
all diaorders) of the Ilowels.
fpilE Qrsafenberg Disentery Syrup, is sverel(fn in all
X disorders ot the Bowels. Kothinir Is more injurious
than the u-ie of opiates in such disorders. The Dysentery
Syrup neutralises the acridity and chemically alters the
contents of the Bowels and very gradually cheeks the dis
charge,. A thousand certificates of its efficacy could be
got in Middle Tennessee alone, but we prefer to give
hut one, from the chairman of the board of Health. Citw
New Ton, April 2Mh, 1813.
My position last year, as Chairman of the Sanitary Com
mittee of this city, brought me constantly in contact with
er.-ons su ering from Cholera, Dysentery, Ao. Fst-ts
co ning under my own observation, with reference to the
efficacy of your Dysentery Hyrup In the diseases, have been
confirmed by the testimony of my associates on the com
mittee, and particularly by Alderman De Forest, of the
first Ward. So strongly was I imprevsed with the value of
your preparation, I caused it to be sent 10 the Quarantine,
where the iholera then enisled; and it ia not a little re
markable that but a single ea e was reiorted afierwards.
TIMOTHY K. IIIIBAKD, M. D.
Chairman Board of Health, N. Y.
The Children' Panacea Is well known to be
most eilicacioua in all disorders of children from one to Ave
years old. VV hy should two-thirds of ail the children born
die before they are five years old, if it were not that the
Vermifuges and all the other powerful medicines adminis
tered to them were not most injurious. Teetmng and other
diseases of the second summer cause bat little apprehen
sion where Ibis is used. Tne Dysentery Sy rup and Chil
dren's Panacea are worth snore than words ctn i press.
July 1 1. Mackenzie a fcKJKwmi.
F R A i CISCO,
M ANCf ACTCBER AND DEALER IS
HATS, CArS A.D LADIES' FURS,
No. 3 Public Square,
Fa corner styles and satntner weathes,
for once have come together.
GEKTLIMEN will pleas call and examine those bea.
t if ul styles ol DUhtA HATS, Jul introduced at the
Hat Emporium or A. 1. ritANCISCO,
JuneoO. No. 1& Public Square
QLTE rOLIIKEPt and several New Styles of
the Fashionable l-bape CAteiMI RE HAT for the hot
Just received at
A. J. FRANCISCO'S,
No. H Ptibiie Square.
NEW AMU HEALTH XL STVLES.
IW and beautiful colore of the Soft Hat, arpropriate
1 for the extreme hot wtalhcr.Just opened at
PASA.MA AMU LtUlIUIt!, HATS.
(T E save Just cpened a frri-h , apply of STRAW GOODS
v for the rammer, consisting of I f born, Panama,
Canton, Brttih,and Leghorn of every description fcr sua
boys aad children at ff HANClsCCa.
CilHLUItEMM rAMCV sriCAtVK, ta end-
less variety, at the Fashionable 111 etor ef
Jnne30. Be. Si Pubko rqaare.
A GREAT' RUSH!!!
HELaHNOTYPES aheap I !
rpiiEst: pk-tarea are constantly receiving Use unqasJ ifed
X aprooauB of anisia, AssaWtra,asd tha pubite ga
raily, ascaa be aitid by lb tarre aamber taaea daty,
by thaur poseiBg aupervjv quttuwa ever bovb Ute Ass
u 1 faaitt ies being swtier aad mora ezteaslve than any
Ur Gicry ia Ttsansts, we basing reeeauy anlarfsi
aad filled ap ear eaiafettsbnM'ni a aa Sicsoi saanawr, sual
te any ia tne Se a wad prrir is aa f la um Kotatii, we
era tm aaaoiad 19 finish ciarwa, pal ap la a nal ease,
beaaufitity eatarsat, for
VTX I PW lltDS.
far pairons w I end every roey,atroc aad aeaoet
Saluoa .tr sUCCur-t I k'XiI asag tui sd aocesa, aa
l ti ItsTFUKJ, a tjoiolng wtucb ss a ei'ACU L IvLLXt
JttKiM lor lams tauie..
. B. fai,oii aa baaJ the ssoet eateaaive aad varic4
asauruaaat 9t ra Fraiuca, Lama, eta.
- , - HUGHES BEO-a
Ss. 23, TJaio Et , tor. Ccileg.
Kovtca.&tgrapbatakca ai war 6eery (laU Dod;"s,
MttiMN.tnt H-xk'a Claa II 1, Uow tninalura M
fctassma o enyaaa,a:trtar (Hajo aW4di ttuayli
WAH rLUUvjM4)btu!icise vsa.
-' li. D- SICAST.
I 1 O v- O I
Sigrn of tlic 15 i'g- Padlock,
No. 44, South Market Street,
AKV1XS, VICES, BELLOWS, STOCES,
CAST, SHEAS, Of KM AN AKD ELISfEE
SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, BAKES AND FOSKS,
HAMMEES, HATCHETS, AND FILES.
CAEP ENTERS', C00PEBV, AND BLACKSMITHS'
CLE COX AH SA73 AND SAW KAVDBILS.
KILL. CE0SS-CTJT, AND HAND-SAWS.
AXES, NAILS, CHAINS, AND HAMES.
KNOB, PLATE, GUN, PAD, AND
MORTISE AND BORING MACHINES.
also, a large assortment op
GUNS, RIFLES, AND PISTOLS; TABLE KoUVJZS AND FORKS; POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS,
AND SHEARS, OF EVERY VARIETY.
Torming in all the Largest Variety and most Extensive Stock of the kind ever offered to the Nashville Trade or sar-
roaoding countrv, all of which we offer at gkkatly
TOMBaa on cix Months" Time, we win irom now udiii xbcbsiisbk isi uuer wu ibuiviiimb iu di'iiks, ana
PSBTicrLAaLT solicit the attention of every Country Merchant visiting the market to our unusually Large Block of
Ma Toui, G3, amd CorLsav. .KT";ectfu"r'1 t t .
IMPORTANT TO HIAXUFACTURBRS AND SPECULtTORS.
JUSTICE & GALBREATITS COTTON PLANTER AND CULTIVATOR.
wou'd be ue'd in the roual way of sowing. Remember seed Is worth 80 cents per b-ishel.
This Machine is also an elegant Cultivator, after the Co lon is up. The front plow, hopper, and covering block may
all be removed, and Scrapers screwed in. And then you scrape both sides ot the row, aud harrow the ground, and
plow the cotton. If necessary, all at once, thus saving the labor of at least 5 01 S hinds.
The above Machines can be got up at a ct of not over eleven dollais, and can be suld in the South for $ Cor 30 aa
fast as they could he manufacture! or shipped there. Do not let anything prevent you making an invest lgailon of our
Cotton Planter. We challenge the world to rhow a better or more labor saving and ueeul Implement for the porpese
recommended. The Brst objection is yt t got to be set up against it.
A small model of our Planter may be seen at the Sewanee Hou-e, College street, Nashville. We have set the Patent
Ritrht of this Machine at S4 cents on the bale ot cotton, produced of any Slate. Reference being had to the Statistics
We can be seen at the Sewanee House at present. After a few days, address JUSTICE A G ALBREATH,
Call and see the model.
Gift Sale of Books at Auction.
OH fifin VOLUMES Standard Works will be of
aU,UUW fered for sale at Auction this Night.
Purchasers of Books will receive p. eients with their pur
chase, to be distributed aa usual.
M. C. BRUCE, Auctioner,
June 8-tr. Co 1 -re Street.
9IlfCAL. DI PAKT3ILNT.
rfHE Seventh Annual Course of Lectures in this Institn
A tion wit: commence on Monday, tbe Vd 1 1 November
next, snd continue till the flt of the eneiuiag March.
THOMAS R Jr.NNINOB.M. D., Prof, ssor of Anatomy.
J. B Kit RUN LINDSLEY, M. D-, PnTessor of Chemistry
0. K. WINSTON, M. DM Professor of Materia Med ea acd
A. H. BUCHANAN, M. D., Prcfessor of Surgical Anato
my and Physiology.
JOHN M. WATSON, M. D , Professor of Obstetrics and
the DipeaJes of Women and Children.
PA! L P. EVE, M. D., Prolessor of Principles and Prac
tice of Surgery.
W. K. BOWLING, M. D Professor of Institutes and
Practice of Medicine.
WILLIAM T. BKIGG3, M. D., Adjunct Profis?or and
Deraonsirator of Anatorry.
The Anatomical Room will be opened for students on the
fir t Monday in October, (the 6th I.
A Prtliminary Oourns of Lectures, free to all Students,
will be given by the Professors, comn.enc.ng alio on the
brst Mcnday of October.
The Tennessee State Hospital, ander the direction of the
Faculty, it open to the Class free of Charge.,
A Cliniquu ha been estab ished in connection with the
University, t which operstiona are performed and case
prercr.btd tor and lectured upon ia the p.isence of tbe
Amount of Fees for Lee'ures is $103; Matriculation fee
(paid once only), 5 : Practical Anatomy, 1U ; Graduation
fee t 5
Good boarding can be procured for (3 to M per week.
For further Information or Catalogue apply to
PAUL . tVIC, M. D.,
aogT Sw. I' can of the faculty.
200 ACRES LAND FOR SALE.
LTINO on the Soath side of the N. A C. Railroad, 11
voiles from Nashville, and three-quarters from La
vergne. ON Fill DAY A I'tC ST 21ST.,
W will sell to tbe big I est bidder, on the premises, ab-ut
two hundred acres of lacd, including the homestead of the
late Matthew Nelssjo, with all the improvements, consisting
of a Frame Dwelling Hon e, containing seven rooms, with
all aeees-ary oat houses, such as Gin House, Cotton Preis,
ae. There ia about 15o acres of cleared land, tbe balance
we U timbered, with a never-failing stream ol water run
ning through the centre of the tract, besides some two or
three good Springs. Tne soil la excellent, and is superior
to any yet offered in point of fertility. Its proximity to
Nashville by Railroad, aad the advantage of being cloe to
Lavergne, wh.re there Is established teato hi and (irist
Mills, t esides good tfchools. Churches, 4C, 4c, tiich makes
it altogether de.irable. Ihe tract will be divided, a plat
of which will be exhibited on the day ot sale. ve would
ask an examination ol the propeity before the d.y of sale,
as we are confident it is superior land, and afforus advan
tages over any that hss been eQered to the puolic. .
Terms of Sale:
One-third payable 1st December next, balance 1 and S
years, without Interest.
C. L NELSON.
1. R. GlaiOock, Auctioneer.
Augtiit 11, ldl. d,trAwtd
T'HIS Is the favorable time to build yoor Cisterns. The
oaiiTcufTaaa sctLisa, HUGH L. LEAIY, Is now ia
tbi city, and prepared to build them of all tiles. Appli
cations made by note, or o 'her wise, to li. G. Scovel, will
receive prompt attention. Iiunex tf
Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
JrST received per Express a choice lot of Ladies and
Gentlemen's Dres-tng Cases ; Work Boxes, f .rnisbed
and onfurni.hed. Also, I very. Wood and a vsriety of
Palm Leaf Fans; Hair, Tooth, Nail, Fieh and ClMn
Brushes; Pocket Books, Portmonies, Knurs and Straps,
Soisaors, Ae. tor sale by
August 1. J. H. MeGILL.
W II IT K V COLO II I'D KlflKTS.
UR Stock of Btlrts is now oompleta, ranging la siae
from li to ISi ches io the neck. We can bow fit every
sise, aad warrant ail de finer grades. Fur sale by
August J J. U. McGILL.
JUS 1 to hand another Invoice of seasonable Underwear
at Lines, sulk, Lisle Thread, Oaua Merino, Gauae
Cotton, and a variety of ether eijks.
August U J. II. MoGILL.
Rf CEIYED this day a so per assortment of Ties, plain
Black Satin and Silk , aad a va ieiy of Faney eors.
Attgifel 1. J- M- McUlLL.
4 NOT HI R Invoioa of fecaa, varioaa ay!s, received
fx and fbr aale ay
ABat 1. J- H McOaU
ItVKON AND ITAMDI.IO MlLLAIts.
AHlJ OfO M I aonmeal e( Cuiiara, reralar atytea,
and a lea smaU Mac 4 A Colors, rweeived by
Aawss 1. J. It. aic-GILL.
zrlzj roEon axspeael studs
CM ALL lot ef band orne fh rt itoeusw., and a supply
4 weaatiful Fsatt Muds, received and lor sla by
Aagwat I. McGllX.
" TIUVI LIU TUrsKS.
7 base yet a fw best Jity Bul Leather Tniaks
ao Vaioaa, lute smm cMsMsr etyica.
Aagaal. . i. U. MoGILL.
JCFf twewiv4 aemaii lotesUsat Drose stacaaaU Clews,
ba4 a vai siy ef atWr atyias jwr aaie by
J. H. MeGILL,
I a lies' aad Oyatlesasn's Futnuiuag fetarw.
A B gaol 1. awrKcv el fejaare aad VsiiK street.
00 FT E LIS bsri f ritaa Kw Ortoiai snd Ba iir,foi
OiMf kU tJiila. Uvg to.
JUST received by tre subscriber a lars-e
arrartment of thoe celebrated PIANO
JTORTES, made by A. H. Gale k Co , Stein
way k Son, and Soebbeller k gmidt,of New
York. The attention of those in want of a
first class PUno is rerpect'ully solicited.
Attention is also called to ny large stock
ef 8heet Muric, Ma-ical IrstrumenU,
8jicg, Ac, Ac, among which can be
found the beautiful Songs: Gentle Annie,
I'm leaving thee in 8 wrow, Stars of the
Summer Night, Ac; a!so, PjIka-, Waltses,
Schottibee, Marches, Ac
N. B. Small dealers in Mnical Merchan
dise and Sheet Muio, Schools, Academies
and Teachers supvlied ui on as good terms
as ant house in the United States.
J AS. A McCLURE,
ng!3. 83 Cnion a.reet.
IIcCALL, VANLEEE & CO.,
BEAUMONT, VANLEER & CO.,
DIRECT IMPOlWEtS AND DEALERS IN
FEENCH, ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
GUNS AND CUTLERY,
SIFTEBS, BIDDLES, WOVE AND
TACKS, BEADS, SHOE AND FINISHING NAILS.
PLATF0BM, C0TJNTEB, BEAM, AND
SLATES, CLOCKS, MIBB0BS, AND VABIETY
LAKD, CHEESE, AND BUTTER TRIERS
BRIDLE BITS, STIRRUP IRONS, BEIN AND
CORN MILLL, SHELLEBS, AND STBAW
muit'iu rsiurs 10 uash Btitss or ram ft fATisa ccs-
44 80CTH MARKET BTREET,
Sign or tre Bia Padlock.
THE Patent Right of
this new Invention is
offered for sale by the In.
ventors. This Planter was
invented by an old cotton
planter, and we feel safe
in saying it is the best tra
plementever cfl 'ted to the
South. This Muclrne con-
its in the following par
.iculars and works a- fol
lows: Harrows the bed or
ridire, and opens the fur
row, and drops the seed,
and covers them up; thus
completing the whoie of
the work at one rning
over, and saves the labor
o four men and three
horses; snd dries the work
much nicer than can be
done in the usual way
and al-o, saves at leas;
one-half the Seed that
Advertisement of Important Sales to
come off on
SECOND SATURDAY IN SEPT., 1857,
BT CHANCERY COURT CLERK.
4 LOTS IN LWISiU'S ADDITION.
Wm. B. Bayless and others vs. B. F. Bentley.
IN pu-suanee of the decree pronounced in this case at
tbe May Term last, of this court I will sell at the Court
house lot in this city on tl.e 12 h dav of September next.
Lots No. 168, 164, 165, and 1C6, in Ihe plan of the property
known as Ewfng's Addition to Nashville. These lots lie on
Stevenson street, have a front of t)4 feet eaeh, and run
back feet to an alley.
Terms. 1 and 8 ears credit, with interest, for notes
well secjred, and lien retained. Sale free of redemption.
C. D. BRikN.O. A M.
aug7. Chancery Court at Nashville.
II1CICK. SCHOOL, HOI SK, GALLATI
James Thomas vs. John Taylor, et al.
IN pursuance of the decree In this case at the May terra,
T7, I will sell at the Court House Lot, In this city, on the
12ti day of September next, to tbe highest bidder, for
cash, the Brick School Home, and one acre of ground at
tached. I.ting on tha west side of the Gallatin Turnpike,
about T miles from tbe city.
0. D. BRIEN, C. A M.
Aug7. Chancery Court at Nathville.
LOTS ON SUrrl.m.Il STIIKET.
Jno. A. McCampbell, Trustee, Ac, vs. W.J. Marr.
IN pursuance of the decree in this case at the May
Term, lfM, I will sell on the 18th day of September
net', at Ihe Court house lot, in this city, on a ciedit ol one
and two years, with Interest and free from redemption l&l
feet of ground on the east side ot hummer street, known as
the property conveyed to compUinant by Milton Bourne.
This property is of good depth, and runs back to an alley
16 feet wiJe, and it is expee ed that the same will be suit
ably sub-divided by day of sale, when particulars will be
made known. C. D. BRIt N, 0. A M.
augl. Chancery Court, at Nashville.
LOIS ON VINE STIIEET.
Isaac Hodgens, Trustee, Ae , vs. A. W. Johnson.
IN pursuance of the decree in this case at the May Term,
157, I will sell on the 12th day of September nest, at
the Co irt houe lot In this city, seven Lots on the west
s de of Vine street, fronting about SO feet each, and run
ning bark to an alley. A plan of these lots will be ex
hibited on day of sale, and terms made Vnown.
C. D. BRIEN, O. A M.
augT. Chancery Court at he.hvlll.
E.ot on Mclemore Street.
Aaron Putnam vs. E. B. Garrett, et ai.
IN pursuance of the decree pronounced la this cause at
May Term, 1S57, 1 will sell on the 13th day of Sep em
ber next, at the Court house lot, in this city, on a credit of
6 and 11 months, without Interest, and free from redemp
tion, a Lot in Porris'plan of lots, on tbe west Side ol McLe
more street, fronting thereon 73 leet and running back 170
fret to an alley. Being tbe same bought bv the defendant
of R. 8 tnell. C D. BRIEN, C. A M.
augT. Chancery Court at Nash villa.
Lot ou Cherry Street.
Tboa. B. Page, Guardian, Ac, vs. Wm. Stewart.
IN pnrsuance of the decree in this esuse at the May Term,
1-57, 1 will sell at the Court house tot, in this city, nn
'he l'ith day of September next, to the highest bidder for
cash, the lot of 41 feet on the ea't de of Cherry street, in
the city of Nashville; formerly sold by ihe Tax Collector aa
the property of Hughes, and bought by Wm. Stewart.
C. D. BRIS.N, C A M.
ang7. Chancery Court at Nashville.
55 Acres in the 8th District and 8 Acres
Volney S. Stevenson vs. David A. Bell and others.
IN pursuance of tbe decree pronoanoed la this cease at
May Term, 1S5T, I will sell at the Court bouse lot. In
the city of Nashville, oa'lhe lxin day of feptemUor next,
a tract of 55 acres cf band in the bin Ovd fistrict, ad
Joining the lands of Timer Williesae, Peter Owea and
0 hers, and also an endlvidrd half of 8 acres of Cedar
Land in Williamson county, adjoining tbe lands of
Carmichael, U. Holt and J. Kid.
Teraa, 1 and S years credit, without Interest, Botes se
cured and lien retained, efcd free Irom redemption.
C. D. ttKlkS, C A M.
a.ig7. Chancery Court al Nashville.
475 Acres of Land.
Wyett vs. Wyatt and Knight vs. Wyatt.
IN pursuane of the decree ia this cause at May Tens,
IS 1, 1 will sell at the Court boas lot, in ihe city of
Nashville, en the liih day ot September next, a traos cf
45 acres of Land, r ore er lesa, lying in now Cheatham
euanty, formerly In Davidson ecaaty, and beteg the easae
laai sold to Mrs. Wyatt by Nicholas Knight.
Tsssia $;bo cash, and lor Ue balance a credit ef I and
IS aoihe. Notes well secured aad bra retained.
C. D. 1SIUKN, U. k M.
aegT. Coarery Court at Nasktilie.
HOrSZ A3D LOT, C2f CHZJU.Y rrorrr U3
BIQL0 W0XAS LIZZIE.
Pleas and ktrowa ve Mary Fietuaaantt ai.
W. W. fin boo k Co. vs. sane.
S. W. Usaeiiine A Co. vaaajoa.
BT virtse of a deeree pronmnce4 ta te above eaasws,
by th Chancery Court at Nssh.ilt. 1 srui swll al tae
Coart Uooim lot, tn tbe csty et Naabvixis, ea she Itih day
01 repcsuier, the boese aad lot ea the east sai ef Cherry
street, and wear tbe raooab Hotel; at present eecupwd
by raa. H. kagc Tbw aasae frooUog abowt a feci ani
running back aouat 1TJ feel te aa alley.
Aod at tbe sasse um aad place I i l eeS the negrw wo
saa Ltssie, wtaBUaned ta le 4ca4ings and now hired ta
Mr. Joel Davut
Taja for the Bssw aad Lot, 1 aad years, wua In.
tt, rf rvpl i&s ca.b. For tbe Stave, 4 SBoei&a, w ith
la teres, he a to be retained aa tbe sat aad nuias ra.turs4
la be wed seeared ia eaca casa.
C. D. ESIEN. CAM.
af8. Otaocety Ccwrt at Na.bvii.
BT virtue ef a aWeree s&ade al tbe kaat May Tena ef this
court, la tne ef Mattbewe asdCaidweJ v Jba
Urahaas, 1 wj:l aelt, at tbe eowrt yard t ate, in tfce e;v of
Naabviise, al Is Wt ee eAl C tl) A I , fcta Dat vt
TlMtiiM fHT, a ewrtaua sxrt.oa vf ibal ttvrly tyu
ea Crvi.a atrael. fwerry s.U by A. Mdrvisua la lie e. -fenii.nt
U r ! , aaJ bug Ibe s leal aaare, utX'VJMvd t y
in f'aote sxMiae oa asuJ prerty.
Issas fts snvoJ-a criii. s (4eEpuoa, fsKarity
imwiJ aA Uea rctaiaoa.
C D. tEIEJf, CAM
j ) i Cfcaitcery Cwsrt at Nasbvule.
Hll. JOHN W. BIOltTON
AS removed bis office from No. Cterry- street, to
N o. 83 Cedar street.
Southern JL otter
HAVANA PLAN JLOTXEUY!
Favorite Odd and Even Scheme.
MORE THA2T 1 PBIZE TO EVEUT 2 TICKETS.
30,000 TICKETS! 15.18T M1IZES
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS.
Tickets ,4; Halves 2 Quarters i.
Let thoce buy now who never bonght before.
And thote who always bought now boy the more.
PKIZZS PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION".
To be drawn every Saturday ia July
and August, 1858.
Brilliant and Unprecedented Scheme.
1 Prise of 18,fXi9
1 do of 6,tX't
1 do of S.f 'O
8 Prises of f1000 i re 8,000
do of 600 are 8,000
of. 800 are. 6 000
of 100 are 6,000
of W) are 6,000
of. 8.20 are -84,000
15,187 Prizes, amounting to $88,000.
Bank Note of sound Banks tsken at par. Checks oa
New York remitted for prises. Address orders for Tickets
or CertiScates of Packages of Tickes to
ANDERSON A SON, Managers, Mseon.Ge.
CP" Orders for Tickets addresped to G. H. WINTER,
Box Ne. S52, Nashville, Tenn., will be promptly attended
to. ANDKKSON k SON, Managers,
July 80 Macon, rta.
VTE hare sdmit ed Chablss A. Mooaia, (forwe-ly of
v v Fayetteviile, Tenn ,) as a ra'lner in our bu-'ness ,
and have changed the style of our firm to Morgan, Pluaa-
mer Cocke A Co.
JuUr i. IRBf MORGAN k CO.
U. B. PLUMMER.
B. H. COOKE.
C. A. MOO RES,
Morgan, Pluiiiraer, Cooke & Co.
WHO LESA L E UEA LEItS AV
Not. 7 A- S Public Square. Naanwllle.
7E are receiving our FALL STOCK, embracing:
NEW STYLE PRINTS AND GINGHAMS;
OSNAllCRGS, PLAIDS AND STRIPES, JEANS, Ae., Ao.
July26 6m. MORGAN, PLUilMER, COOKE k CO.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
I invite the attention of Merchants and Traders gea
erally to our large stock of
School Hooks and Stationery.
AT WHOLESALE AND SET AIL,
At prices which cannotlail to please. Our stock ef
Is also large, and we will sell at very low JmTrY
prices to those who buy to sell again, JT lljf ' t
Tkacbkbh would do well to examine oar A-
stock. We will make special arrangements win i
to supply schooU. STEVENSON A EVANS, Agents,
aug28 ly East side Public Square, Nashville.
TO MILLERS AiD C00PEKS.
HAVING pa chafed 8000 acres of heavily timbered land,
near ParadUe liill, 16 nilesfrom Narhvllle. with Saw
M ill, Ac, Ac, we are now erecting our Barrel aud Slave
Machinery tnereon, and shall be prepared In 8 weeks to
supply all demands fur Flour and Dry Barrels, or stock
therefor, resdy prepared for setting np, making a superior
barrel in every respect, to any now in use, of Machine or
Samples of Barrels and Stock, ean be seen at Bick'a
China Hall, 46 Public Square. Having 8 acta of Machinery,
we can, if necessary, turn out 1400 barrel, per day.
Orders received and Information given, also, Oouaty
Bights for sale by
j uly 15, 15 7. Sin. EDWIN FERGUSON k CO.
8 Vushel Grain Bsgt of No. 1 Augusta Osnaburgs, by
the 1000 llyt cents.
3 Bushel tiraln Bags of No. 1, extra heavy Drillings,
Augubta kooJs, by the 1000 13)' cenU.
A.I guaranteed to hold two bushels.
WE AHE NOW
PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS PROM
tOOO T"0 5000 lEU DAY",
OTFICE, KO- H, .PUBLIC 8Q.TJAEE,
July T 8m.
Great Bedaction in Prices
it. C. M'NAIRY &, CO:S.
BEING anxious to reduce our summer stock to the very
lowest posiibl j point be'ore recri ving our Pall Im i er
tatious, we will from this date oiler any portion of it at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
We will offer
rummer Mantles, Ae., Au.
At prices that will Insure their sale. And to ell person
no: supplied, we would say now ia the time, for we are
determined to close them out regardless of cost.
We have a large stock of Staple Uoods, Carpeting, Huge,
Mats. Oil Cloths, Curtain Goods, Linen. Table lie-naek.
Table Cloths, Napkins, Towels, Cotton and Lroeo Sheet.
ink-s, Muiq-Jito Nets, etc., which we will sell a I the very
lowest possible prices.
Aug 8. R. C. McNAIRT k CO.
Head this and Profit Therebj!
I. C. NICHOLSON & CO.'S,
No. 22. on txs0 SisjuAre
Yen can get all lindt qf Goods at Greatly Re
OCR Summer DRESS GOODS we will sell at cost, and
even less than cost, for we are very anxious to close
them aU out brfore fall, aad will aiake tbe pnoe no ebjeet
Ju.t so we will sell tbe goods.
Wa have left some bvaatital Silk and FTonneed Organ J lee,
and brrsg. laid Organdies, aod Frwacb and Seotcb SI as
tins; alto, Mantles, Hosiery and vartoas ether things whiob
we wiil not mention bare, but caa be bead at our booae.
some cheaper ihaa anywhere else. Oar slock of
Is very large, aad we wtU give great bargains in that way.
Be sure yoa cat! iocs belore tbey are ail gone, tor we are
over an xioua that our cualotnrrs should enjoy the beneHa
of our cheap goods. L. C MCHUUsON k AO.
August 4 tw
W. A. & J. G. HcCIaEIaIsANB
VRE offering a very large and desirable Stock of Staple
and Fancy Gouts, at very rexiuowd prices tor caaa.
Persons buying guods ta this tur.l would da well to ex
amine tacir blocs, as great bargains saaj be expeeied.
lllcla Dress Goods.
Elegant Flounced aad Bayadere Silks: Striped and
Checked do., Fiouueed, Printed aad Plaia fiarrrges; Rseb
Mas Jus, Ae at greatly redueed pooej. ,Pas style
Bareges, Ac, grwaliy bckw exwt.)
3Ianlles, Shawls, &.C,
We are cJTcricf Maal)es,Sbawla aad Scarfs very cheap
Tati Llnene, Napktna, Towels, Linea Shootings, "bear?
faaii.y" Luk.sis. Cwtsst L. vtasAs, blasuege and all kmda
of Sple Goos, very cheap. A targe iu4 ef CU Window
bbswlos at very saw prssea, at
Sasbvine. July IT. ti AU Celine street.
VretU Arrivals of Latlier Keltinj
JC4T reeeivad by B. Cetwr, eorasw Cse and Breav.
way, iuisj feet efUUrtW tiBg trI " 14 incs.es tt
id ih. A sMt, a fresh ewpviy ef es ra Lco Laiher. I ta.
vtie Uie stutiuos at ttswsst w lie abeve ar.es, whitks
ui be aoMt ei in very bees brrsss yr essbby cpf
jaijlO. ewrwer ColIrreA Brwadway.
It... -w ba .iofe aad kr aaie. evevy variety ol Shoes)
a .J b s te Lsi aW OwUMwa, Ksms, Toauia
aad Cbiir.a w.ar. a Vary 4irh, asaorunenl sl
M.ss puva 'ari Osu. aoa Caaa, Itiaca ur, Pa
aaiaa Lsr. vartoiy ut J Uals, all
f wvebe it. be very km Ims caab by
sV. B. CCTTEt,
Juasi D. Jaaaa, Preet. D. D. Jajib, CaaMer
HANK OF COMMERCE
D.t3 ta s asd llaie BUI. GoUaad Silver andTnear
rval feiuk Ndi.s, sasi.s m .ie i m at us all paru.l ineeeaa
try, ui ! l!-a i. jTiesl saarkst ysice iwr Land V arraata
aJ l'J t-tcfeet ea de)HW'.ica, jaaU.