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TBTbk - -. -- W'- - it-- rM.-. VOJL. XXVII. NASHVILLE, TENN, TUESDAY, .JUNE 24, .1856. NO. 2iS;!aa v b aw -i - , -a-erem - a-em . -ere-a-em. I I "ItbTsTsh - - - -r-..-, BH . -BBB , . I II v J TSSSSSB I laasTssV . I I I Ls.1 ' ' ' I w I "J " m.1 - m m m m m m ! UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE CORNER CHTTBCH AMD CKT.KKY STREETS. THE WEEKLY ONION AND AMERICAN isfuftuahed to subscribers at t S 00 per annum in advance The TRI-WKEKLY is publish ed.ivefy Tuesday, Ttarsday aftd Saturday," at f j 00 per annum; Indvance if sot paid in advance, rtt uu. Tha DAILY is published at Eieht Dollars. t-TUS MONEY. IN ALL CASES. TU ACCOMPANY SDBSCKIPTIOaEI Remittances of subscription maj be made by mail at our rue No paper will be sent oat of the State unless the order it accompanied with tha cash. EST We wish it distinctly understood that no paper will be discontinued until atl arrearages are paid, ezceptat the option oi lae puoiisners. liA FARGE HOUSE, Mew York, 666 to 670 Broadway. TUIS new and beiulifal marble edifice is just completed, end entirely new iind. magnificently; turnibed, d wui ub openea to me pnbiio about ine lBt oi June neii. The lociUon cf this House mites it Teryxdesjrabte for per-mir-ent cr transient boarders, beincr in lhe most central part ot Uroadwar. and in the immediate TicinitTofall fash lonable daces of amusement, atid u better adapted to the comforts of families tban any other House in the city iiarm? a large number 01 parlors, wim iarc;e ana wen ven tilated bed rooms attach"K!; ceiher with qaite a large number of tingle rooms far ladies and centlemen. This House is to be cf the FIKST CLASS and second to NONEin all its appointment, and is to be kept upon the regular American ulan and under the personal suparin- ieudunceorWM.H.BUItrtOUGUS, former proprietor of ine irviD uoose in tnis city; also, oi tnerransiin tionse in rniiaaeipaia. EDWIN ST6NE i M. BHBEOnonS. jell 1m Proprietors, New York. BELL HOUSE; KNOXVII.LE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM McTEER, roprietoe. CHNta or vnx yo state STEtrr. H?" Four Horse Mail Coaches learo daily at 7 o'clock; A.M. fur Montrale Springs. fjnne 15 tf UEAVEK J)AM SlJtlN-'S. Til IS favorite watering place, situated in Hickman coun ty, Tenn., 45 miles west of Columbia, will be open for Tisitors on the first day of June. Ti,e Proprietor flatters himself that he will be able to afford erery comfort and convenience necessary to the en joyment and satisfaction of bis guests. His spacious ball i oom will be furnished with the Terr best of music. He has also a good Milliard Table and Ten Pin Alley. The country around iflbrds excellent sport in hunting and tithing. The bar will be supplied with the best of Wines and Cigars! A cumfortable conveyance will run erery other diy from Columbia, leaving in the morning so as to reach the Spring in the evening. Stage lire $3. Charges will be per month, ... 20 09 " " week, 7 00 Children, under 10 years, and servants half these prices. A liberal deduction for families where the number eicce is live. DB. A. M. KELLER, mj2S tf Proprietor. From the JTaikviUe Christian -A&vttalt l!iivi Dix Srtiitos, Aug. 1855 Mr. Edito: It has been my good fortune lo be permitted to spend a tew dtj at this dillgbtful watering-pUcr, and I think I can safely say that the object generally sought after, by tbnte who visit these summer retreats, will as certainly' be found here as on any spot of earth I bare ever teen. To tbosd who are out of health; and are seeking lis restoration, I know of no place that can promise more than thj. Ever; local cause of disease ts far removed ; impure water, martk t.r Micamp la, ds and fugt are not eren to he thought bf. The surrounding oumry ts high, poor, and In Its natural stale, there is but Utile soil, and what there Is, Is so rilled with gravel that u-e defy both naif and dujt. Kaln may fall for Hours, and jut as soon as it clears np, ladies go forth in their thin tllpptrs with Impunity, and neeks of dry weather brings uu dust with it. Tki entire place, by nsture, is as beautiful as enchantment llj-lf. The grounds are just sufficiently undulating lobe or nsmsntai, wntie wrouga mo vaie nows a stream or clear, cold living water, and within twe hundred steps of the main baiidlcg there are not les than tea or twi Ive delicious free elOLe springs and four sulphur springs on of which Is Irontly chl)bete. The shade is abundant, produced by voting and growing trees of almost every kind and variety. The advantages for taking drives are better than at any place of the kind I have visited; for while the roads are fautless vouareall the while blessed with a most grateful shade. There are not only the ordinary amusements common tosach lelreals, but there are some of extraordinary Interest. The' lover of the chase can, within ene mile of this spot, cause the oble buck to fly before the dogs just whenever he choou s to do so ; and within an hour's drive several streams are found as Inviting to tha angler as ever Isaac Walton cast aline ml . In svidence of which, some three gentlemen, on two dioWent occasions, returned, after a few hours iport, with from flf.y to seremy rise line fish ; to that from the woods and neighboring streams the table is almost con stantly supplied with venlioa and fiih The properties of the water are highly medicinal and so seems to be the airs, o Dial the afflicted, on coming here, seem at once to be re stored to health. The place is, to say the least of It, eora foruolyimprovrd, and sufficiently extensive to accommodate a very line number of visitors, while the accommodations are altogether decidedly good, and always will be while the place reinah t under the direction and control of Dr. A. M. Keller and lady. They know what is due to their visitors, and nutcuig ts left undone that will contribute to their com fort and pleasure. There is quite a large number of visitors present, but the place is capable of accommodating more. UuAabbatn we had service twice. 1 preached In the morn ing anu the Uev. Air. Peaneof the Episcopal church in the evening, to a largj and attentive congregation who seemed to ha, a a due regard for sacred things. In conclusion, 1 would say 10 those who are In' search cf health, coinlort, or pleasure, come to Beaver Dam Springs. A.L. P. GREEN. Bppcrson Springs! fpUESS valuable and highly Medicinal Springs are lo ' JL cated in Macon county, Tennessee, on the waters of Trammel Crtei, four miles from the turnpike leading from Gallatin, Summer county, Tenn., to Scottsrille and Glas gow, Ky., and of easy access from all directions. The proprietors arc now prepared to accommodate as many as probably may favor them with a call. For chronic atfi-ctiocs of the Stomach and Bowels, Liver and Spleen, Kidneys and Bladder, also, of the Skin, Scrofula, Dropsev, and many of tliose ailments of which females are the sil ent but severe i uflertrs, no remedies hare been found more salutary, and rone tnperior to a few weeks sojourn at, and the use of the) waters. In cases of stone in the Bladder they bare, in many instances, acted as a sovereign balm, and in all bare afforded relief. There are three varieties of Sulphur Wtler, and one strongly impregnated with iron. A correct analysis of all of which will be made upon the premifes, ts promised by Prof. Saflbrd, State Geolog ist, some time during this year. Dr. DcBow, one of the Proprietors, will be constantly at the Spring, nnless pro fessionally awuy, who will take pleasure in giving such advice and attention to invalids, as an experience of 7 years may enab.e him to give, without any additional c urge in the day time, except lor Medicine or forSurgica operations. Their charges will be as follows, viz: Itegular boarders from the 1st of May to 1st of October, (washing extra) - - - 70c per day. Uegular boarders from the lstof Octobet to 1st of May, (washing extra) .... 50c per day. Horses per day, .... E7c. Transient Tisitor, on horseback or buggy, from f 1 25 lo P tl 50. Servants half price; and Children of 10 years old and under half price unless parents shall prefer to hare them ucaed and waited on at the first table. The reason nhy a di3erenco is mode in the price ot boarding as above stated is in consequence of the Mineral W tcrs being somewhat weakened during the wet season cf Full and Winter. Some deduction will bo made in the bills of such as remain orer one month it required. apll 3mtwAw. DEBOW & HENRY. II HEN A VISTA SPIIINCS f"pHE above named watering place will be in the best JL possible state of preparation and open for visitors on . the lit of June. Any person paying a bill of $25 for 'ac commodations at the Springs the ensuing season, and sub--tft scribing one sh ire in the books of the Uuena Vista Springs TC .. Company, shall bo entitled tt a receipt which shall be in ' full paymentof first instalment on the share or stock, pro vided i'20 shares are taken. Those who have aheady taken stock shall hare the same privilege. liueua Vista Springs, Logan county. May 10th 1856. mayjT lm. D. JEFFRIES, Proprietor. KINGSTON sriUNGS. THE undersigned respectfully inform the public that this popular waterirg place is now ready tor the re ception of visitors, invalids and others desiring to seek recreation and repose in a pleasant place of retreat, will liud this a most desirable one. Prices same os those of last year. A band cf music has been engaged, and will be in attendance during the season. .unelS-lS KRE.IDER & BAKER. f Tyree's Spring- rpllIS noted and Popular Watering Place has recently j been thoroughly improved and refitted, and will te open on the lstof July, in betler condition and style than it has eter been htretotore and with more comfortable ar langcments for Rooms, amusem-nls, Ac, probably than anr Wctenng Place in the South. The Subscriber having taken them f ir the Season, pledges hinnelf to use every exertion to render them agree tble and pleasant fo all who may lisit them either for health or pleasure. D. T. SCOTT, of St. Cload Hotel, Nashville. P. S- Tie St. Cloud will be conducted by my Sn, 11 rcu T. SCuTT. who has been with me since the opening oflheSt Cloud, and ill meet all engagements 'and enn trscumade heretofore by me on account of the St Cloud U.tl. (j'ine22-2g) 1). T. SCOTT. J i; no. UK S. IlIDLEY, ATTORNEY AT L&.W. KEOKUK. IOWA, WILL also attend to the purchase andsaleof Real Es tate in and the vicinity of town sand cities, Pay men t of Taxes, the location of Land Warrants, Ac Kifsh to Got. Wm. II. Campbell and Hon. R. L. Ca miners, Lebanon, Tenn.; Gen. S. It. Anderson, NasHvtlle, Tenn ; Col. Jos. C, Guild, Gallatin, Tenn.; Wm. A. Quarlcs CIrknville.Tfnn. apr22 triw8m SNUFF ANU TOUACCO. Peter Xiorillard, UaXl-rACTDRZR NO. 42 CHATHAM STREET, NEW YORK. SUCCESSOR of PxTtB, & OtOKoi Lorilhsd, offers for sale all kinds of SNOFF and TOBACCOS in general use. For pirtleulars, a Peics Cobelst can be obtained by addressing as abore. This Establishment is one of the oldest of the kind in the UniUd Stales.. may20 ly EVERY MAN iilS OJN JULXEB-: EXCELSIOR CORN AND COB MILL. OSrETHTNG 'ENTIRELY NEW. Patented Sv Chafla Zedvitt, Ftbrvary 27lA, 1855: vinHB aboTt eat represents a recent and valuable im. 1 prowment by Charles Leavitt, In FOKTAIIIjE GRAIN MILLS, adapted to crushing Com and Cob tm-ethrr for Ktrek. and irrindine Meal for fa mil V use; Mr. Leavitt h ino- th oninnal inventor ot this kind of a ma. chine, ind from long experience with cast ironcorn -crush ers, Ooaing.uUU all OZ uietu.wen- uauu- kj umecuuuB, ine most formidable of which was their want of durability or liability toon to wear out, ne again went to won wun me i ----- i i -.v.:t;U' r..... ' i c-1 VluW Ul reH-Uvmg tuc uujn.uuu.wiv muii-t iu ccuiLmrjr, 1855, be succeeded in obtaining letters-pitent fjr the Ex. A U nm " v. . ,1,. ,..:.r.-.. c-lElijrvyvru nuu vuu wiu. wmuun uika iub .mhbikuuu of being able to present the above Mill to the farmers of the united states, stanaing as it aoes ut tnc Lead bi t:ie list of Cora-Crushers, combining the good quali lies' of ul I, exemot from the defects of anr. and bossessine manr new. valuable, and distinguishing features, of which all others are aesuiu-e. We have remarked that the preat and heretofore insur mountable objection, urged with so much force against '.-niuu uuia, Has ueir paipanie aenciency in auraoutiy. To remove this objection was a desideratum long sought Jor, and which has been at length attained in tha "Excel BibrJJill" only; the grinding surface of which consists In wuicaui- ituga,uiaui- lniiaru anu aupcriur ui-uuu which, when worn out, can be replaced in five minutes by new rings, at a cost of $3, which makes the mill as good as new, there being no other part liable to wear out- Two setts of grinding rings accompany each mill, making it equal to two mills. This peculiarity, possessed by no other mill, sbonld not be overlooked by purchasers, as it insures durability, a consideration of all others the most important. Another interesting feature in this mill, and one which we think will secure for it a iust consideration of merit, is in its being provided with a meal conductor, by means of vrt-.L i- i i i i . . . v i- i v. . i : s wuicn me-meai is Giscnargea into a iiou uusuci, uisw-au of being ecittered around the mill, as is ordinarily the case. This mill having been Curly tested with other mills at the' late Fair.of the Manland Aericuitural Society, at the Ohio State Fair, and elnetrhere, at ail of which it establish ed its superiority, we do not hesitate emphatically to pro nounce it Dre-eminentlr superior to anv and all oihercern crashers of the day, independent of its moveable grinding rings, which feature of itself makes the distinction be tween the "Excelsior" and all other corn -crushers so broad as '.o render a comparison superfluous; and, as an evidence of oat rinceritv, we hereby announce that we will give a silver cup to any Corn Crasher tint eon be produced, of ine same size and same lergui of lever, mat win - grind finer and faster than the Excelsior, at some time and place to be agreed upon. Capacity of grinding corn and cobs with twe horses from lS to 20, and with one horse, from 8 to 10 bushels per hour. Cost of Running tbc Excelsior 31 ill lor Ten- i ear, Compared tcith that cf Uker M'Jlt in tut at tMt time. It has been proven by experience, and conti v to gen. eral expectation, that cast iron Mills for grindiL. Corn, etc, to do the work properly, will not last more ban two years, la view of this tact, tae inventor o' in t.xcelsior Mill has labored to produce a machine " . .. be more economical, and at the some time more 11' ..ual. The fol lowing estimate will show the cost i j,..iiding with each of the Mills now in use for ten years: Cost of Excelsior Mill, $50, including an extra set of Grinding Plates, which makesit good for lour years. Cost of repairs for six years, (9, making fcrten years, $59. uost ot common Mills, witnout any extras, says if 14. Cost of rnnning the Bame for ten years, supposing that the Mill will last as long as the Exceuior Mill without repairs, say to be renewed every two years, which in this case must be done at the expense ot a new machine each time, tl78, makicg.for the teu years a cost of $220. This same rnlewill apply to any and all of the Mills now in use which come in, competition with the Excelsior Mill. Farmers and others in want ot mills for grinding Corn and Cob, etc., will see by the above estimate that the Ex celsior Mill can be used for the purpose requred at less than one third the expense of any other Mill now in use. This Mill may be put up in a few minutes by any ordi nary farm hand, printed directions for which accompany each Mill. Ths undersigned having purchased the right to the above Mill in Middle Tennessee, take pleasure in introduc ing it to tha public, believing it to be all that is claimed for it, and well worthy the attention of erery Farmer, Stock Raiser, and Dealer in Stock. Price $50, with two sets of grinding rings, and levers fitted to the Mill ready for attaching the horses. These mills are are made for us byMr.T.M. Brennan, of this city," whose well known skill in his profession will insure the superiority of the worsmaninip, whilst tbe purchaser will nave the sallsrac tion of knowing he is encouraging home manufacture. We ofTerconnty rights for sale upon such terms as will make it an inducement for men of energy to engage in the enterprise. We may be found at the foundry f T. M. Brennan, No 7, College street, near Broad, where we shall be happy to receive orders, and furnish such informa tion upon the subject &s may b desired. Thorough busi ness men wanted to act as agents. Address, JAMES O. BALDWIN & CO., mayl 8mdAw Nashville. Tennessee. STOCKTON'S Patent Straw Cutter. THE multiplicity of Straw Cutters already before the public, a large proportion of which having failed suc cessfully to stand the ttst of thorough trial, and harinj fallen tar short of the representations oi tha Tenders, as well as tbe expectations ot the purchasers, a general dis trust has been creatad in the public mind for all machines of this description. Hence it becomes a consideration of the utmost importance before tbegeneral introduction of a macuine, cone rmng wuicu mere is svciuca aouui, una connected with which there bare been so many failures, that it should first have been subjected to the most thorough and critical test, and its claim to merit clearly . . i . . 1. 1 i i j . . rT"l i 1 a esiaoiisiiea oeyuou a uuuow luuimBcuiue uuw.oeea in existence upwards of twelve months, daring which time it has been submitted to the severest tests, and has under gone modificationsand alterations, with a view of bringing ttas near perfection as possible. It is now complete, aud presented to the public in the full confidence that it will meet the wants ot the farming community, and sustain tbe high reputation it b.s already obtained, and the opinions lormea oi it ov uu wuo nave useu it. We claim for it. H 1st. Great strength and durability. 2d. An entire freedom from complication, being so simple as to be eisily operated by a boy twelve or fifteen years of age, without the slightest lear of derangement. 2d. Superiority and excellence of execution, cutting with great ease, rapidity and exactness. llli! Great economy in price, being offered at the low rateoi Mgnr, uonars. Other ad vantages might be mentioned , but would occu py too much space. It possesses one peculiarity, however, so remarkable and important that we cannot forbear making mention of it. We allude to its Everlasting Spring, designed to keep the knife always in its i roper place, and secure uniformity of eiecuuua, ul luo name uine yieiuing to any nara ana lor eign substance, the appearance of which in most machines would be liable to produce serious injury. County rights in Middle and West Tennessee for sale upon extremely advantageous terms. They can be made by any worker in wood. Men of energy wanted to act as Agents. Address, JAMES C. BALDWIN h. CO. mayl 37 College St., Nashville. Love's Patent Wash-Tub. rpHE above Machine, patented October 16th, 1655, in its utility, simplicity, anu ruptu ana laorouga execution, rurpa&sc8 everything of the kind heretofore introduced This Tub is mounted on a stool, and provided with fluted rollers and brushes, by tbe action of which a stronir and rapid current of water is induced to pass through the ciowes, n-uiunu-;verj purucio oi airt witunut tue BUgm est injury to the clothes, however fine the texture. By a peculiar and ingenious arrangement, the dirt removed from the clothes is provided with a place of deposit, and thereby prevented from being ground back again into the clothes, as is tha case in most machines. Sixor seven shirts, or their eqnal in bulk, can be thor oughly wasnea wiui mis macuine in irom eight to ten min mis. These tubs are sold at Eight Dollars each. which taken in connection with its perfect performance, render it me CUEAPEST AND BEST WASHING MACHINE NOW KNOWN. Printed directions accompany each Machine. Couuty rights in any part of Tennessee for sale upon ssch terms us will secure to the purchaser a large profit upon ine investment. To men ot energy a rare opportuni ty 'ormaxing money easily and rapidly will be ottered. Agents wanted in all parts of the State. Address, JAMES a BALDWIN A CO., mayl d&w8m 87 College street, Nashville, Tenn. Sevranee House, COLLEGE STREET. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM J to HERTS, Proprietor, (LATBOV lTStlKPmvm 1 THHE subscriber bos recently taken this well A known establishment is refitting and thor- n! uufcm- ,cuu,wiiK it, uuu uopessoonto have it in ,1"! outu uuiiu u. uut to us interior lo any honse m this city The Proprietor hopes by his exertions and th Me of hia Assistant, (Sir. Craddock, who formerly presided at the City Hotel to be able to make his hou.w whi,-, rh ing patronized by the public and promises that no pains shall tn spared on his part, to merit the approbation of .urc nuuuiuj iu ui mm w i in tueir patronage. He res pectfully solicit8a t-ial of his house. fcb -dtwAw tf WM. ROBERTS. -RAGS S550 IS PSEMITJMS. " HAVING largely Increased my supply of Bags by the premiums offered the past year ending June 80. I am induced to offer a larger amount of premiums for the present year. And will pay the above premium in sums ofilOO. t'.'O $30. $70. $60 $50. $40. $30. $20 and tin In anv ten merchant, or "Pedlars'who will deliver me, from this date to the 1st July, 1856, the largest amount ot RAGS. The same to be bought outside of and by men do- i i : . : l r.- i - ... lug uusiuraa uuiaiac ui .-asaviiie orvicinny. I will at all times pay the highest market prices hi cash for RAGS on delivery, and issue a certificate to the owner of tbe amount received and paid for. These certificates must be kept and sent in on or before tbe 1st dar of July next, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville can make the awards. Tbe largest amount being entitled to the $100, the next largest to $50, and soon down. Merchants sending me rags will please write that I may know in whose name to issue the certificate. Combinationa will not be allowed. Woolen, Linsey, Silk and Worsted rags are not wanted, and will not be included in the abore. I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying xwluv ttuvuguuut joiaoie leas, July lydtriw&w W. S. WHITEMAN. North of th Square, DRUGS. JUST AB.RXVED. 1 0 DOZ. BALM OF THOUSAND FLOW- JLO ERS. just received by Express direct from, tha pro- pneiors. JC or sale at oo cents per bottle may J. u. iiKUW,v;ouege street. FISHING TACKIE. A large stock selected by oneof th' firm, consisting of Genuine Limerick Hooks, plain and on Snoods: also. Aberdeen. Grave la- leen, and.Common limerick: Hooks ; a splendid assortment' oi unes, uaoie Laid sine and. sea urass, span ana riatea Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4 ; Tloata of every variety r Reels, Jointed Jtoda, Clearing Kings, Fly Hooks, 4c., 6c In short, can supply those who' can appreciate fine Tackle with almost every, thing they may need for the snccessfcl prosecution or this nseiul calling. jest ju. u. liuuiin, b voiiegest. rOD-LIVUK rOIii. 5Gro. genuine Cod-Liver OiL- u just received irom Kusnion, uiarx & uo s, oy je9 -iv. u. unu it ii, 4o vjuiitrc e-. LJSECUE3. sale by -1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and for JU. G. ukuwh, 4a college st. PURE .KANOJNGAHEL A WHISKY. 5 bbls of the above just received, of prime quality; sold to as for six years old. QTOKE WARE. 2,500 pieces Stone Ware, constst- t i lntror Jars, unnras. jugs, microns, jjoiter virocxa sc. ot every sice, lost received. je ju. it. rtrmYji.ttvouegeBt. PORTEU AN1 SCOTCH ALE. Constantly on hand, Barclay, Perkins & Co. 'a celebrated London Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale.' je9 JO. G. BROWN, 48 College st TEAItl. STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior 1 arttole of Starch, just received or je9 JO. U BliO Vfli, 48 uoiiege st. lMEDICAL riHB 1 1 FIRB ! ! I J MERCHANT3, Farmers, ilechtnics and Families can now get Drugs. Medicines, Faints, Oils, Perfumery, Fishine Tackles. Banninc's JJody Brace. Seymour's Oal- .ant. UnnitiuliM T J.'ti ltvlnmin.1 Hnmm-t.-a RllMl!- tier Braces, Suspensories, Obstetrical Instruments, Surgi cal instruments, Catheters, limn Elastic and surer, Male and r emala (Jatnetsrs, cvbaving Uases, ac, Ac, at very lo w prices to close ont tbe stock. For sale at 47 Market street, 4 doors south of the Public Square, by It. u. BUUVh.it, SELLING OFF THE STOCKTO CLOSE II Usl NESS. , LADIES will find at Scorel's, on West side of Market street, 4 doors below tbe south side of the Square i'enumery of the choice kinds; Tooth Brushes; Hair Oil; Powder Puffs; Bogle's Flnid; Pocket Handkerchief Extracts; Toilete Soaps; Hair Brashes; Fine and Coarse Combs; Pocket Combs; Nail Brashes; Infant's Hair Brushes; Children's Teething Kings; Rouge; Lilly White: Pomades: TricoDhorous: Hair Dyes, Rose Oil in fancy Dottles. Ac. All for sale at very reduced prices by 11. Q. SCOVEL. TTNDElithe market price, a lot of Fahnestock's Pure white l.ead, in nne order, lor eaio by may5 11. U. bUUVKL. IT SEED. Herds Grass Seed. Orchard Urass- I, Blue Grass Seed. Osage Seed, and Garden Seeds for Sale at very reduced prices. Bagams are offered to close out tne stocK, ny 11. u. suuvjiii. YARMSUES. White Dema Yamisb; Furniture do: Carnage do; Coach do. For sale at prices greatly under the market, to close busi ness, oy u. u. buu y Lk SPINNING FACTORIES. QPEUiU OIL. A small quantity ot rery fine Sperm kj uii, ior iiacmnery, lor saie cneap oy may5 il. G. SCOVKl.. SAVED FRO 11 TUE PIKE. M EDICAL SADDLE HAGS and MEDICAL CHESTS for sale at low prices by U. G. SCOVEL. TTNCONSUJIEU. A well atsorted lot of French U Core Soles for sale at a bargain, by may 11. U- iSUUViilj. F1SIIERA1EN -HAY ItEJOICE. A large portion of Scorel's fine Fishing Tackles in great variety, saved from the flames, and now oflered for sale at Ho 47 Marxet street, 4 doors tsonth of tbe t-qnare. SAVED IN GOOD OltDEfl FUOH THE FIRE. 9 boxes Langhorce A Armstead's Fine Chewing Tobacco, ior sale under the market price, to close oat, by 11 o. suuVEii. THE undersigned, iu order to close business, wdl sell all the above mentioned articles, together with a very general assortment', not herein ramed, at low prices, as an inuucemeni, to sen out in caste. may6 H. G. SCOVEL. DEJtlOVILLE &. HELL, DBTJOOISTS, No. 26 Cherry St., 2 doors from comer Union, ' a ori-tri r T t- i-pwi-ptMPii a' 1IJU7UI1UUU, Xi.l.l-3t-jl. Soda Water. A 8 we have fitted up onr Soda Apparatus for the Sea- XjL son, we would respectfally call tbe attention of tbe lovers of this innocent and gratefal bererrge to our Foun tain, where we will be happy to dispense the cooling draught to all who may favor us with their patronage. We are connaent wun our increased pronciency in tne prepar ation of both Soda and Syrups, none will be disappointed wno my give our &oaa n ater a trial. DEMOVILLE A HELL, Druggists, may 2 5 No 26 Cherry street T ALM of a Thousand Flowers, received and for sale by IX TOOD'S Celebrated Hair Restorative, received and rr for sale by DEMOVILLE A BELL. T 0Y'S BROWN WINDSOR SOAP. Just received a iresn supply 01 ixw's uenaine urown tndsor soap. f or sale by uemu villk a ukUj. ""lOMBS Just received a superior lot of Dressing and j xiob 1001a viomns, rorsaieDy may25 DEMOVILLE A BELL. TORT MONIES A splendid assortment, received and JL tor sale Dy JJblUVlULrJ A iiCXK may25 POTASH Received and for sale by DEMOVILLE & BELL jnne6 ENGLISH JUUSTARD article, and for sale by juneS -Receued an extra line I DEMOVILLE & BELL. T7I.AVOUING EXTRACTS Lemon, Vanilla, X Itose, Calery, Orange, 1 ine Apple. Almond, Ac. juneS DEMOVILLE A BELL. T)HYSIC1ANS POCKET CASES OF VIALS. JL Various patterns, received and for sale by DEMOVILLE A BELL TEA, TEA. We keep constantly on hand a superior ' JL article 01 macs: ana urren leas, woicu we win war rant to be ol the best quality. jeo VllLib iSlSLLiU. MEDICAL. A MPDTATING. COUCHING. CUPPING. Duttctina. J. DENTAL, Midwifery, LYTHOTOMIC Trtvar nwff iKaiKuiiham .at tne lowest puces dv op5 T. Vft rELL?. FINE PEN AND POCKET KNIVES ASSORTED. COLTS'. AUen. and other PitioU. assorted. PORTE MONIES and Card Cases of PearL Ivory. Shell. Buck. Morocco and Rnssia Leather. Siix axd Cottox Pubs-s. For sale cheap by T. WELLS. SILVER, Ivory, Hone and Hurnlhaded, Sword, Ebony, Rattan, Ifieiory and Steel Walking Cants. By "fit' I, UUUJi TTTAIK OILS, Pomatums. Haia Dris. Hair Ketlora- JUL tites, FANCY SOAPS. Shaving Creams, TOILETTE waikms, myti ivatkauth, assorted. lv aprs t. WELLS. XXTAX CANDLES, atsorted sizes and colore; Star and v v wto uanauez-M ooxes orown ana transparent poaps. -jaerea cneap py t. VLl-3. ptOUGU CANDY, Pulmonary af,ri. Jaynes'Expec torant. ouiji,oaAitoarattiLiUA. ijaviij a jfAiw KILLER, Sparkling Gelletine, ISINGLASS, Tapioca, jrearia aago; uany, taxaeimds, rreservea uinger, illUtt. Keceived by T. WELLS. ALCOHOL, Brandies, WINES, VINEGARS, Teas, as sorted. CHOCOLATES. Mustards. HAVANA CI- OAR3, Fine TUmcos. By T. WELLS. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, of best qualities; DYE STUFFS. ASSORTED. WINDOW GLASS. iTti- Glassware, Stone Waei, FLOWEK POTS, assorted. Offered low by T. WELLS. TT YDRAULIC CEMENT, Land Plaster, rxssritB i-au- II is, Spanish Whiting, Chalk, PUMICE STONE. By apr5 T. WELLS. TOTASHrSeda, Saleratus, Saltpetere, Borax Cream, JL Tartar, taktakiu jlviu. tot sale Dy apr5 T. WELLS T 1PE PRESERVERS, Shodi.dib Bmcis, Trusses JU UAllli HAGS, Mot JSeUt. Received by fc.apr5 T. WELLS. BUItllING FLUID and Lamps. apr5 Received by T. WELLS. O N UFFS. Frannh Rat-m Macaboy, Scotch, and O DKLPKVS ROSE SNUFFS. MAHOGANY MOULDINGS. AND OAK VENEEHS, and Received and offered cheap by T. WELLS. apr5 WA-fI!L-P.IEirr'000 -HOLTS, Fine Satin, UZGLAZ&D PAPER, alaroe astorlnul f rfr tand. tome patterns, at unusually low prices. Gilt, Velvet and Paper Bordering. Fire Board Print r. Curtain s, Tester and . M-wim -uuitrBaieiOW Dy f" . i- WaiiUi. HEDGE PLANT. Large supply of lreah Osage Orange, the American Uedtre Plant Sed. Jn.tA. caived and for sale by T. WELLS, . aign oi tne aian ana Mortar, on Market, opposite apr5 Union street, Nashville. RAILROADS, &C, Great South-Wcstern Railrtfstd'& Stagre JLioe, T7R0M Knoxrille,Tenn.,to Richmond, PeUrsburg, Va JL, ana Washington Uity,or to the VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Passengers by this route leave Kuoxville at 7 A. M daily. (Sundays excepted ) via the EastTennessei and Vir ginia Railroad, (now being rapidly extended Eastward,). -. . v. . : ' 2i t - i. 1 1 . . I. rrt'V-i qttuh 'tjorw tt uin ivrmiuus ui wuicu tuer ta.cj n.t a, outuniandvii A CO.'S FINE LINE OF STAGES to tne Western ter minus of the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, (now com pleted 17,0 miles from Lynchburg and being extended at the rate of eight miles permonthjand thence via that road, the South-Side and Richmond and Danville Railroads, arrive at Richmond or Petersburg on the evening of ths .1.: i j r rr :it- . 1 i i.- . u . T :i j i tUllUUBV 11ULU ikUOATllieiU (11UO tU UtV tUO ft&llIUUU for the North.. Passengers returning leave Richmond or Petersburg at 6 A.M , and arrive at Knoxville in two and a half days. Passengers for the Virginia Springs leave the Virginia ana..iennes8ee uauroaa asioiiows: For the RedSulphnKSprings, at Newbern Depot " Yellow SulDhur Sorintrs. at Chriitiansburg. " Montgomery W. Sulphur Springs, at BigTunneU " Alleghany Spring, a Shawsrilis " Sweet, Bed Sweet and White Sulphur Springs at saiem or BonsacK s. F?T Kent. Sommerion A Co hare an ample snnolr ot Horses and Stages to accommodate all without detention who may travel this route. 337" Fare from Knoxville to Richmond and Petersbm g. ot; wee tera,?23. may20 8m . KEST.SOMMER8f)?f a TO. jNSAVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA Rates of Freight on Produce to CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH, TO TAH HTSCT OX irOAFKIt THE FIRST DAY OF JUNI. NEXT. AT a recent meeting of President end Superintendents of the various Roads connecting Nashville with Charleston and Satanah, the following rates of Freight were aaopiea.- FIRST CLASS. Feathers, W00L Flour in Sacks and Books. perlOO $1 40 sEuuni) uajAms. Beeswax, Ginseng, Pint Boot, Cotton. Rope and Bafgihg. -temp, star candies, soap, li-tra ana Oil and Window Glass, per 100 ?1 00 THIItD GIi ASS. Leaf Tobacco in hhds, per 100 , 80 Whisky, per barrel , .., $3 00 Beef and Porr, per barrel 2 50 Hour, per bbl 1 40 Brooms, in lot of 0 dozen and npwa.ds 1 00 To prevent overcharges th6 Agent of th N. A C. Rail road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation of uie articles aoove at tne rates as specmeti, until lunner notice, H. I. ANDERSON, may 14 dps Superintendent. RATES OF FREIGHT 2i mm ae t-mm FROJI CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH TO NASHVILLE) To take eff ect on and after 1st of June, 1850. FIRST CLASS. PIANO Fortes, Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hats. Liquors. Oils, Ac, in bottles, Camphioe and Spirits Turpentine, in barrels. Carpeting. China, Glass and Glassware, Cigars, in cases, Clocks, Confectionaries, Cot ton Cards, Cutlery, in cases. Casks and Holes, Dry Goods, in boxes and bales, Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrub bery, Furs, Garden Seeds, Looking Glasses and Looking ni... tl.,. .t Anr-.... .Itfc- A IIhIm in mi. on !.h Saddlery, Tin and Bnttania Ware, Teas and Spices per U lOO A lOIC. IU UnUGI. . VJO.wia, IU WlUd JM-i 100 lbs , tl lac; irom 1st uccemoer 10 1st June, ana irom 1st June to 1st December l 35. SECOND CLASi Hardware, except such as is specified In 1st and Sd c'ass, Coffee Mills, Machinery, Foreign Liquors, in barrels and pipes, Tobacco, in boxes. Leather, in rolls and boxes. Oils, in barrels and casks. Crockery aud Cueensware, in craUs and casks, Rice, Wbiteing, Plaster, Sheet Brass ana uopper per 100 ids., (i uu. l UIltU ULiASJ. Axes. Shovels. Spades, Sad Irons, Zinc and Tin. in pigs. Tin-plate, Anvils, Vices, casks of Chains and Hoes, Ma- nillnnrl fVitrsm f!nifnt-v fViffi-A. hpftw f!a..tint-n Mill gearing. Railroad Wheels and Axles, Chairs and Spikes, ana Kos.n in ddis per iw ids., hue. Furniture and Ca'riages boxed, and other light articles not enumerated, also Carboys of Acids orother Chemicals, wid be charged by actual weight, but at double 1st class rates, or per luu ids., ft bv. Tho rates are tbe sams from Charleston and Savannah to Stevenson, and all Stations this side, as to Nashville Overcharges where they evidently exist will be correct ed by the Naihville and Chattanooga Railroad, and paid bv tha Treasurer upon proper certificate from the Agent delivering. Tbe Roads will not pay forbidden damages or injury to contents 01 ooxesor packages, wnen no external appear an:e of damage exists. No claim Jor.damages will be considered .unless aecom psnied -with a receipt showing the goods to have been in good order when delivered to the Roads at Charleston and Savannah. In case of short goods the Roads reauire SO days for tl examination of the line if not found by the expiration of that time tbe itoad delivering will be authorised to pay- out no claim shall De consiarea or goods sougnt tor, un less teceiDts are exhibited as evidence of shioment. No goods will be delivered until all charges are paid and a receipt given by tba consignees or their agents. t he Agents ot the A. & V it. k. are uader heavy Don 03 to the company; and all freight bills are due to the Agents n .1 r r Li i 1 1 . i : J : l".. 1 1 uuiTiuuaiiv. tuereiore ireitrut uiua uiust uo utuu iu 11111 and reclamations for over charges, damages, tc, must be paid by tbe Treasurer only, upon certificate of the Agent ana authority ot uie superintendent. may 14 nra u. i. AHimiisux, anpt. - PENNSYLVANIA RAILUOAD. rpHE Great Central Route, connecting tbe Atlantic cities 1 withnestern.Nortnwestern.and Soutnwestern States, by a continuous Railway direct. This road also connects at Pittsburg with daily line ot Steamers to all ports on the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with Steamers to all ports on the Northwestern Lakes ; making the most direct, caeavest ant ruiaoie route by which VKblUUT can be lorwarded to and irom tne ureal Hut. Bates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg r!PCTI'l.l Unnl. Khnni ll-.diwll I FIRST CLASS. Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods 75c per lOOlh (in boxes.) Furs, leathers, Ac SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea 60c per 100 ft tner. ac THIRD CLASS. Anvils, Bagging, Bacon, 50c per lOOIb 40c per 1001b and fork (in bulK,;, ilemp, Ac FOURTH CLASS. Caifee, Fish, Bacon, and Pork (packed, Lard and Lard Oil, Flour il per hoi. until mrtner notice. Grain 50 eta. per 100 lbs. until further notice. Cotton $2 per bale, not exceeding 500 ibs. weight, until further notice. 5f In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila delphia, be particular to mark package " tii.PAiladetphia Kattroad" All Goods consigned to the Agents of this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention. Fehsht Aqints. Harris. Wormley A Co , Memphis. Tennessee; R. F. Sass & Co, St Louis; J. S. Mitchell A Son, ETansville, Indiana; Dnmesnil, Bell and Murdock, and . t r :ii- t " n r i , i 1 1 j ' vartcr a. -icwett, ijuisviue, a.y.,n.j. nieiuruui.iuauisuu, Indiana; Sprigman A Brown, and Irwin A Co , Cincinnati; N. W.Graham A Co, Zanesville, Ohio; Leech A Co., No 54 Kilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 Astor Bouse, New xork; ro. l tviiuam street, ana ao.o miteri fiace, rew York: E.J.Sneeder. Philadelphia: MagraW A Koons. Bal timore; Geo. C. Franciscns. Pittsburg. H. H. HOUSTON, General FreigU Agent, PJtUa. H. J. LOMBAERT. Sup't, Altoona, Pa. janS '56, tlslj '57. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7K M and Pitts burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M., and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 1, P.M. TUK NIGHT EXPRESS TttAirt leaves rnuaaeipnia ior i-ittsourg at 1 1, r. il, ana Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, P. M. The abore lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads to and from St. Louis, Mo.; Alton, Galeua and Chicago, 111.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra Haute, Madison, Lafayette and Indianapolis, Ind.; Cincin nati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefontaine, S-indusky. Toledo, Cleveland, Colnmbus, Zanesville, Massillon, and Wooster, Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans, St. Louis, Lonisvilleand Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had to or from either of tbs above places. For further particulars, see Handbills at tbe "different starting points. Passengers from the West will find this the shortest ana most expeditious route to rniiadeipnis Baltimore, New York or Boston. TUOS. MOORE, Agent, Passenger Lines, PMlada J. MESKIMEN, Agent, Passenger Lines, Pittsburg. Philadelphia, 1856 janS ly FARE REDUCED TO $12 50 FROM NASHVILLE TO MEMPHIS. VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia, Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad. 150 miles railroad, and 165 miles turnpike. Leaves Nash ville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 a. m. Ap ply at the General Stage Office, opposite the Pest Office. aecza u. FARE EEDUCiD TO S7 FROM NASHVILLE TO JACKSON. TFNN. YIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia and Waynesboro. For seats apply at the General Stags Office. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at 6J a. m. dec22 tf. DYERS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ilAKlSVlLiJLiC, Xl..JMsaE. ' WIIX, FTJSCnASS OB SIX. rSODCCC ASD PBOFEETT Of B VIST apr2S PKO&ipnox. STEAMER- NEW YORK, BUEMEN & SOUTHAMPTON TUfflTED STATES HAIL ST2A3CESS. THE shins cotnprltinjllii- line are WA9H INOTOa. Capt. E Cavendy; HEkU MANN, Capt. Edward Biggins. Theu stea mers stop at Southampton, both jolng'and returaln -. rsorvico oatsi or-s-.iLiaa isdo From Sooth- From Prom New York, --. Bremen. Saturday. Saturday. HERHANN Jan. 95 Teb. S3 amptoa fer New York. Wednasday Feb. Si TASHl!SGTOX...Feb 23 Mar 2S Mar April May Jane July Ansr Sept Oct " Nov Ctc 1 HERMANN Mar 22 April 19 WASHINGTON. -.April 19 May 17 HERMANN Mar 17 Jane H WASHINGTON. .June 14 July 12 HERMANN July la Aug WASHINGTON. ..Aut 9 Pont 6 HKUMANN Sent 6 Oct" 4 sa si. 18 16 13 10 WASHINGTON. ..Oct 4 No I HERAT-t SN Nov 1 Nov 29 3 WASHINGTON.. Nor 23 Dec 27 Dec -31 stoi'plng at Southampton, both rmug aud returniot, they offer passengers "proceeding to- London andlUvNtSd vantages over any pilier route, for Uie ecanomj.of lime an-Lmonav. Passaje from New Yort to Sfajtiiampton and Brt nu-n, First' tmuio D-.1QUO. jjuaoiiars:- First uaxun. uivr -taioon. uu uoiiars; necona ao. uu dollars. AH lettsrs and newsoaDers mast csis throurh the Post Of fice. fiobUlioflsJin-; willbeslfnedorcircolirecetvrd on the day of sailing, ao experienced burgeon is attached to earn ship. For freight orj-uiage apply lo a C. II. SAM), II Mouth VViUlam street, New York. C. lA. HEIKKKEM& CO., Bremen, " UROSKEY & CO- Southampton. WM. 1SHL1N, Havre. JanSfl ly CAUIiN PASSAGE PKOJ1 CIlAKLESTON TO NEW YOKK, TWENTY -FIVE DOLLARS, UMted States Mail Line NEW YORK. AND CHARLESTON STEAM SHIPS Tluou-h itr la .to 53 Jlourn. sEHu VEk'L.r. Nashville, lsOO tons, M. tierry Couimtndet Marion, lsoo tons. W J. foster. Com uander. Jns. Atlgcr, 15io tuns, S. C. Turnrr.Coinmander. Soutkcruer, l.uoutons, Thos.hwun.Uomisander. .SttSar- LEAVES Adger a Wharvs. every Hednso- .L,rJ2W aay anu oaturuay aits' vie trnvai oi tns cara irom the buuin ana v .st, 'at high water. ' These Steamships were alt built expre-sly for this Line arid Cor safety, speed und comfort are unrivalled on the Coast. Tables supplied with ever-luxury- Attentive and cour teous yommanders, wui insure Travellers Dy this Lae every poasiDie comion ana aceommoaaiion. uabm passage, 125 Steerage passage (5. For freight or passage, bavinv elegant State Room Ao- semmoaaiions, appiy to uciatir aiiaiituuii, Corner East B-ty and Adder's South Wharf. febl 356 U Charleston. S. C. FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AC, tVC.iC. SAVANNAH & CHARLE3T0N 8TEAK3HTP LINES CAUIK FASoAUE STEERAGE ti. The well known first class Steamships Keystone State, CAPTAIN B, HARD1B, AND State of Georgia, CAPTAIN J. J. GARVIN, Will hereafter form a Weekly Lina to Philadelphia, sailing evsry Ssturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles ton, ea jouows; The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the follow ing Saturdays April 12th and 26th, May 10th and 341b. June 7th and 21st, Leaving Philadelphia ths alternate Saturdays The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the fol lowing Saturdays April 5th and 19th, May 8d, 17th and Bist, jane i4tn ana m. ieavmg rnuaaeipnia tne aiur nate Saturdays. In strength, speed and accommodations, these ships a re lour eaual to any running on thu coast, inland naviga tion, loo miles on Delaware RivirandBay; two nights at sea. FOR NIAGARA FALLS THE LAKES AND CANADA, SHORTES1 AXD C3KAPEST ROUTE. These Lines both connect at Philadelphia with the Great Northwestern Railroad Route through to Niagara Falls or Buffalo, in 16 boars from Philadelphia. Through Tickets with the privilege of stopping at Philadelphia and inter mediate points, tor sale by the Agents in Savannah and Charleston. XST Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, $23; to Elmlra, f 26; to uanandaigua, 'u. Agents at Philadelphia, HEltUK A MAKTta Agent at Savannah, C. A. G REINER. Agents at Charleston, T. S. A T. G, BUDD. apl0'56 Smd EXPRESS NOTICE. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL ROAD. rrHB "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY" have mad I rang' ments with the above Railroad for a Daily Ex press Line, and are now prepared to receive and forward Freight, Packages, Ac. by Passenger Trains to Huntsvlile, Decatur, Tuscumbia and intermediate stations on tbe M. A C. and K.itC. Railroads. Small Packages at reduced rates. EST" Messengers leave Nashville daily at 7 o'clock, a m. reiznu to Da lorwaraea dv x.xnress wui oe cauea for without extra charge. A K. HOLT, apry Agent. PREMnJH BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACT0BY. EBEN FULLER, (Successor to Hamilton A Fuller,) TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE HANUXACTdi. i , Corner market and Sprint; or Church Sth., Nashville. Tenn. t HATEFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed noon IT this Manufactory since its establishment, tha Pro prietor tee is determmeato mam a continuation ot tha same in luture. I have now on hand a rood assortment of ready made work, consisting in part of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Calf, KiD and Thick Boots and Shoes: Necro BrorasK. dnnhle sole; House Servants Shoes, Ladies and Misses Calf Mo. rocco, and Hid liootsand Hhoes, all made trom good itocx in rood style, and warranted. Orders from Planters, Iron Masters, Railroad and Turn pike Companies respectfally solicited. All kinds oi repairing done. Cash paid for Hides EBEN FULLER. Kf Banner. Whig, Gazetta and Cleveland Banner copy, and discontinue all other advertisements. ang24. NEW GAS FIXTURES. TUST received a very handsome lot cf CHANDALIERS rj wiu oiucr arucies iu our una. ana n voa ever mtena to have the Gas in your house, you cannot find a mors fa vorable time, for wa are selling cheaper tban ever, and have the very best workmen employed, and guarantee to do the very best work. We have all kinds of Fixturen.f rom the large Six' Lirhf Chandalier to the plainest Pendant. We have Chandaliers that c In be used for Gas or Candles, and parties living oS the lin of the Gas pipe can ba furnished with fashionable Chendaliers, and use other materials until the Gas pipes rei&cu tueir premise. Gas Pipe Wose of all kinds, either far Stsaii oe Gas, done with despatch. Apply to J. U.Kendrick, at the office oi tne uas Aiignt company. uiro &. ii. UAYia a u- Witt. W KIVOX BSLL HANGER. AN1 KEY FITTER. Corner of Broad and Cherry streets. Nashville, Tann. jans ri il SALES AT AUCTION. f'T'HE undersigned will attend to the sala of Real Estate. JL Personal Property, Groceries, Dry Goods, Stocks, Ac win attend ana sen stocks ottfasnviiie nuiidmz uan Association, City Building and Lnan Association, and the alecbanic 8 liuilding and Loan Association, at all the sale meetings ui me respective associations. xne long experience ot tne undersigned in tne Auction Basinets be trusts will be sufficient guarantee that all busi ness entrusted to him will be promptly and satisfactorily conauc-ea. Office at the Merchants Exeh-inge, College street. apr7-lf E. D. FAR.NSWORTUE. H. M. AKEROYD ARCHITECT, &c, PUBUC SQUARE, OVER BERRY'S STOORE, Nashville, Tennessee. T)LANS, Elevations, Sections, and full sized detail I Drawings of every part of city and private resi dences, with entire specifications, Ac, as mads by tha Best new l orkand cngusn Arcniieci. octI6 ly. GOLD AND SILVER PAPER HANGINGS FOB PAS L0S3 A U CHAKJ3EKS iAK, Decorative and Marbles, for; Halls and Dining 0 Kooms. j-atest sty les ana patterns on nana ana lor sale by W. W. FINN. Public Sqaare.fr JOBS T. -LOMAX. j O. H. tUSCt, LUJ1AX 6t E'JCIAUE. Attorneys at Law, DEMOPOLIS, ALA. PJT Practice in Marango, Greene, Sumter, Cbocttw, and Perry counties. , tf-l ap29 2mdw TO T11E CONSUMEKS Of CORN JURAL IN NASIIVILLE. I HAVE started a Mill in the city, and will keep on hand, fresh Meal, at No. 107,Vouth :Summer street I orders attended to, and will sell at the lowest cash price, and will deliver to customers in any part of tha cty. J. W. CARDWELL, mavl8tf Agent. LAND WARRANTS. DURING myab-enca Mr. JOSEPH FELLOWS will continue, to Jbuy Land Warrants" for tn at say' old stand, 89 Cherry street, up stairs. myi6-tf ' ' j,;o. ySLLOWa. j&EORGIA I.OTTERY2 By Authority of the State ofGeorgia, FORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY. czkss 1G. lobe- drawn in the Cttvof AtUata. Georria. In Dubllt oa THURSDAY, Jane 26,' 1856. oa thev Havana Plan IiOtterv I SAMX 3WAN & CO., Makaoto. PRIZE3 AMOUHTISa TO 34,000 DOLLHS! wjli.be dls'tribated according to the following brilliant scaatne. 10,000 Numbers-249 Prizes ! ! tf i Piza or. $io;ooo is jio",ooo 1 do 5.000 is 6,000 1 do, - 8,000 is.... 3,000 - do i.ooo u 1.000 t 1 do 1,000 is 1,000 do 500 are.... 2,500 dd ..:..'.. ..i... 200 are........ 2,000 d . 100 are ....... 2,500 do iOare..... 4,000 do" . SO ar. - 1 S9n 5 10 eO U 4'Prizes of $60 Approximating to 10,000 Prix, are 40 4 so " 5,000 " 200 r 40 - s,O00 " 160 8 M; 85- 1,000 " 230 20 " 20 " 500 400 40 10 " 200 400 249 Pri, amounting to $34,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. The I WO nreeedin tmrl thj Iwn fr,I1a-ln-- -mt,- in those drawing tbe first 20 Prizes, are entitled to the .SO ap proximation Prizes, in the usual manner, . ;HT" Remember that every-Prize is drawn, and payable m full without deduction. Z3i All Prizes' of 21.000 and nnder. nald immediafelr aftertbe drawing other prizes at tha usual time of thirty ttA-O. All communications strictly confidential- The drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately af ter ths drawing. rsi;r or ticexts. WHOLES, $3 00; HALVES, J2 50; QUARTERS, "ft 25. Prize Tickets cashed or renewed In other tielce'u mi .itli.r office, '- Address J. Y. HUGO INS, Box 8, Nr-AWlle. Orders tor Tickets can be addressed either, to 8. SWAN A, CO, Atlanta. Ga. or 8. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. tnaySI tf AiiABA.UA LOTTERY. lAutliorueU by the State of Alabana.J SOUTHERN 31ILITARY A'CADEHIY LOTTERY t CLASS E-NEW SERIES. To be drawn in tha City of Montgomery, Alabama, in pub lic, ou THURSDAY, July 10, 1856, on tha Havana Flan! SAJIUEL SVANN, Manager. PRIZES AMOUNTING TO 205,000 Dollars ! will.ba distributed according to tha following Magnificent ocneme. 30,000 NUMBERS 15.C0O PRIZES f 1 Prizaof... ,uO,WU is 935,000 1 10,000 U , 10,000 5.000 is 5.000 2.U0U If.. 1.100 is.. 2,000 J.200 1,100 1,000 1,100 II, 1,000 is, 900 is.. soo u 9u0 800 620 620 ia. I 200 is... 2,000 i - loois.. ........ 10.000 4 prills of-200 approximaung to $35,000 pnza are t SOO ISO 100 10,000 600 5,060 2,000 1.200 1,100 1,000 90O 800 620 200 100 400 4 820 ' 2S0 4 "200 160 120 112 ' 8J 800 ' 4,000 127,600 80 70 50 40. 80 23 22 20 10 8K 1500 prizes amounting to 1205.000 Tbe 15.000 Prizes ot tSK are determined by the num. oerwnicn araws meso.cyci pnza u mat nnmnersnouid oe an oaa numcer. men erery odd nimoercekst lo tne Scheme mil be entitled to $3 50; if an eren number, then every even cumber ticket will be entitled to JS 50 in aaaiuon to any otner pnza wnien may be drawn. Purchasers in buying an (anal Quantity of odd and even number tickets will be certain ot drawme nearly one half the cost of the same, with chances of obtaining other prises. tSf Remember that every prize is drawn, and navabla in full without deduction. T-W All prizes of SI. 000 and under, pud immediately iiicr mo urawing ower prizes at toe uaoai uuie ui uimy day. Al communications strictly eonbdenttal. Tne drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers, immediately af- ter the drawing. ' WHOLE TIClCBTS, $10; HALVES $5; QUARTERS, Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at either office. Address, J. YHUGGINS, Box. 8 Nashville. Orders for Tickets can be addressed either to S. SWAN A HO Atlanta. Ga.. jnnel 'orS. SWAN A CO., Montgomery. Ala. MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS I 5,031. Prizes. $60,000 : 10,000 Numbers Only I GRAND SPECULATION FOR A SIHALL IN VESTMENT! IMPROVEMENT ON THE APPROVED HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY. JASPER COUNTY A CADEUY L0T2ERY; JIT AUTaOEITT OT TBI STATE OT GEORGIA. CLASS O. To ba drawn JULY 15lh. 1856. at Concert Ball. Macon. Ga.. underSworn Superintendence of CoL Geo. U. Lozan and Jas A.Nisbet,Esq. This Lottery is drawn on tha Plan of the Royal Lottery of Havana of Single Numbers; this has only 10,000 Numbers and tha Havana Lottery 84.000 Numbers the Havana 249 Prizes this 6.0S1 Prizes. Look to your inter est! Now is the time. CAPITAL 7,50O. 1 Prize of. 17,500 is.... . 17.500 1 , 1 8 " 3.000 is 8.000 2,000 is......-.i.... 2,000 l.liOOare 8,000 5l0 are 2,500 ICO are. 2 00 8. are 40,000 5 29 5,000 5,081 Prize, amounting to ......$60,000 k"Ticket. 810: Halves. 5: Quartes. 2 50: Prizes payable without deduction. f-tj rersens sending money or mail need not tear its being iosti Order punctually attended to. Commnnica lions confidential. Bank Note of -sound Banks taken at par. Drawingsent toall ordering Tiekets, 3S Those wishing particular numbers should order immediately. The 5,000 Prize of $3, are determined by the drawing o the Capita! of $7 500; if the Number that draws the Capif lai u an even number, tnose rickets ending wun u. z. 4- 6, 8, are entitled lata; if an odd Number tnoss Tickets ending with 1, 3, 5, 7, V, are entitled to $3. Address, jaaies a. tvinitit, Jnnel 8 Manager, Macon, Ga. x. u .Wallace. i v. r. wisansLD WALLACE & WINGFIELD, General Commission Mereiioats, AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE, ATLANTA, GEUKBIA. WILL give special attention to the sale of Bacon, Lard, Flour, Tobacco, Ac, Ac. iirii to t ii. T. ii fr- . -y 1 . Um i. rn IlT s nauace, swdua.iuo, i-uu., iwi- wu.o auj. ville.Tenn U T Cox, Lnuisville, Tenn, J Donaldson, Union,, Tenn, Jonnson uair, i-iaaisonviiie, ieen.,urao- son A Bro Sevier county, Tenn., Pauls A King, Dan. dridge. Tenn , Vaugn A Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn. H M Jackson, Athens, Tenn, Poullain, Jennings A Co., An gusto, Ga., John Cnnningham, Greensboro, Ga F W la sas, Athens, Ga., John Wingbeld, Madison, Ga, Carhart Kcu, Macon, Ui., Y i Vr mis, saraanan, lis. novr -ly ASZAX epxur. L. JOHSSOS CONLEY ft. JOHNSON, fSnccessors to HcClara A Moore.) No. 10 Broad, and No. 01 South Market St., Nashville. Tenn. "T7"EEP constantly n band all kinds of Cooking and W Healing Stores, plain and ornamental; also, Tin ware, urates, sc, sc. Koonng ana opouting done wun neatness and despatch. Sheet Iron sod Copper work for Boats. Rollinc Milln Furnace, foundries, xactorieasndStUIs, done as cheap a huccucupoat. jaulA -iy. NEW FIRM. WE .haT this day associated with us in tha Grocery Business Mr. G0. N. CARICO Tha- huaineaV wilt hereafter be condncted nnder the stvle of RUH3ELL A SCOTT' A CO. D. W. RUSSELL, m-vr27 T. 7. J3COTT. D. W. ECHUX. T. J. SCOTT. O. K. CAS1CO. RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO,, WHOLXSALE 6B0CZR8 ASD COXaOSSION MEacSANTS, . Kb; 60 BtainwAT. Nashtill, Tetxihi. JAS. B. CKAI6JHEAD, - UEAUil. in "IIARTXW ARE AND CUTLERY . St. Pnhlle Sauare. Nashville. TO enai! j me to sell goods at low prises, from this da t allsMoaat; forssdries parohaaed ea credit shall b mv-Um das ikn Use articles are delivered and.' dt- taeats wttl tsaaspaeteiwasa thaaeeoaaVa an prsaefited. J4aiiueaiy. 0L1. V ATX iosh-' v.- TCTO.a. s'weepsftaie for two--Tear olds. J2(X)a rim. XI ;5y forfcut,sirigUdasSofttmiLeiioJrantmT aoa oepwmner.ASio. i mrvo cr jnore to mata a close'lst Acgast, 1816. 'Nft. S-Sweens'akea tor three rcatolds. I1M nata. $30 forfeit, mile heats, three o'rsoOrrffp make a run teJVf , run on Wednesday, Siih Hrp3htiy lS56-to; elsea Jk-f Is' ISthAngust. - vTr' No. 8 Jocky Clnb. prase S;15p; rrW heats; tab rtsrwr-'' Thursday, 2th September, IKS, -Ne 4 JockyCiub, purse tzWlfro mile neataf, to bentB on Friday. 2lh S.ptember ' - . . No S-Jocky Clubs puree 5250. three mile heats, le'sia ' nra OriSaturday, i7ih Septembi, 1853 accordb-g tie rnlea and regulation ot the Naafrvtila Jocky Club. )hm Uingup in every instence, T. C. TRLmBLE. Preit. J.-tlMAtoaB,sec-T. Tjaneir-aW. SWEEPSTAKES OVER THE JfASaVIXLU COURSE , ., FOB, OCT OB rJRlSJi.S. MW9, 1 1 - TUESDAY, Oet. SU35.Sweepsiakesfor4 rec41. taov shbsenption, f 100 forfeit. Two mile beats-;o?-5'cratoBa:i,rces to close, the Istday of JaJv 1356; ($300; added by tbtCIub, if two .i?.4";8 fr-Spitakr0rS yeI llOOeiitBBW-tsaftrfciii On; WjheaJa-4 sacr.: to make a race; : o!rf, 1st Jo;. WEDNESDAY, Oet. -S.Jfeey xnnb Purse iiio two mile heats. -t; 1 Second Race Ssme-JJay 3ri-jistaka.4or a year cldj $100 entrance 125 forfeit. Uila ont.S nrmor mn. a race: to close 1st July. THURSDAY, Oct. 25 Sweepstakes hr 3 year oldi. t20O. entrance JiO forfeit. Two mile heats. Three bi more to rnakn a race; to cloee 1st July, Second Kace Sweeostakea fni-!!.-- .'i'- $i0 -qrfcit. MUeLeits. Two or more to .make a osaer J , to clot 1st July. "' FRIDAY. OcL 2t Jocker Citnh TV-.. wAj.tiLta . . . . . ' J " - VV tB mila htaia. Second Eice Swepstakes'for all ages. $200 entraaea J0 forfeit. Two taile heats. Two ormnn tn rml. J race: to close 1st July. SATDRDAi-Oct.25.-JcckeyCIaS Purse J3C0--&W-mllehili- ( u . Second Race Sweepstakes fir nnf ri.-! ft -- rJAm - aoivt - cntranco $50 forfeit. Three or more lo make araeec-fio , lo . W-.J- ?HILLIP3,-S(' t jnnel9-dtf Propn'ator. CMlde Harold - TiniS very aoperior therougrvbred STALLION , -TB recently Arrived from Virginia, will nsafce bis first season fa Tennessee, at my stables. 6 miles south-west of iV&iJi-n-ru lJe.,2)08itiTeI-, to bepsidljefbrBthe reraork of.,, me property. a U la all cases of failure, tha next season TviU ba gives, gratia- VST" Per Pedigree andperfonnanees, see bills. marS tf W. G. HARDING. 191 A M fflOTH 32 5 livshy sta: LB: h1Y,BFa?IABLB' cn Market .trait, haretoforiept-. by Noal A Blakemore. Horsai and Carriages foOTiafcwl at all hours and at reasonable prices. Boarding horses taken on reasonable ferma. v u r . J11- J EVERcTTX. NashvUIe, May 25. 185HIy. Strayed, oneeya (the left we believe) running- water'and sliga-aly A liberal rewird will be piid for hia return. jnne!7 tf JOHNSON. HORNS A CO. $2O0 Kewiird. DI Hl-inr bvir witn Kim. a. .... face, not particularly neuUeeted.shnnt rtSnr- an ... vj age. HewM amsiedinlJadeCity.Ga.in AprU. 18, and confined in Jail; he was Ukenoutin Juna foUowS? DQtCHiarrt') ttrniftriimo-lidtaTa- T at.:-i. ia -t. "7. now laa Free State. I will give the above reward forjua delivery in Columbus or $100 il confided where I eangit h"- 'junea-6t J. J. W. BIGGEKS. SlOO HewardI RAlfAWAY Irom tha residence ol Mior A. B. a Montgomery, three miles from Nashville, on juuuaay morning, ma zoaotjuje. in t, negroi tvnman, named ilAKV, of dark copper color, and .u u -cu-w jro miner over We medium size, and ol fine, appearance rather pleasant coon re caned, front te-h very bad. She was raised m or near li-wling Ureen, Ky, and was brought ta this city and sold nbou two mantbs since by James R, Jsckson. erthe neigbbor hood of Bowling Green. Sue has a free hu-band in Bow ling Orsen. and alfo several children, belonging to n Uemen inor near Bqwling Green, and Kill dcubtleat tempt to get back there and from there to a free SlataT" " ' 1 will give the abdve reward for h.r apprehension Sad? delivery to me at my office in NashviUj. T.na. inne Il-tt- WILL L BOVD.Ja. - !()( RK1VA llll STOLEN from the subscriber, near the Penilentiiry. on . the night ol the 4th in a KOAN MARK, 6 years old, 15 or 16 hands bgb, one fore foot and ona hind foot white, both fore hocfi apUt and knee scarred. Shsriua Tery valuable mare and in fine condition. Aiso-a BROWN MA.1I M OLE, S years old; about as high as tha Mare, There are no marks recollected eatetl a small lumpun her left shoulder, toout tha sizs of a msi ble. fchs was recently purchased from W. B, Olistea and is also in fine order. , . rwUl giye $50 for the thief, t25fortho Mara and 25 for tbe Mula. n ' jnne7-tf PETER BEOATZY. TmLL .$20 fieward. f "ILL Rive tbe above reward lor the apprehension and X oonunement. so that I can bring him to justice ofs man named LEON, a German about 19 yeara or are and dark complexion, has curly hair and a long face. aniLt. S feet 7 cr B inche. high, iiiid Leon I have every reason to believe stole a box or Jewelry from me at Air. Collet's boarding hous on Market street, on rim ISth inslanti with the intention or travelling through tha country a a pad. lar to dispose orit He stated abont the time the box wan stolen that ha was a partner of mine in peddling, which, was false and no doubt intended as a cloak to cov;r ths theft. .JOSEPH COllN, junelS lw. Market street. BDUG&.TXQN. BROOKK HALL FEMALE SEMINARV, MEDIA, DEC A VAKK, Co. Pa. MISS MAMA L. EASTMAN, Principal. This femlnirv. located in tba dnli.ni'ni ..h h. lare ofiteolA, tbirteenmile-) from Phil dvliiala.IiyS-dlroad will t)9 opened on VV tUSESDAV, Moptember toil. 18i6V Toe commodious bitfldlnr nnw m .,. nr.....i i.. all tbe modern iinnrovemenU. will b n i.h- k. - Aogkst, and will cocialu sucb aecociaiodation-upoUi lrt pnlni, of taste arid comrort, as cannot fall to saUsfy parents thai while thtlr daughter are erjnylni; the bentflu of taetital cnlt ire, they havsalso the eotuluru of a refined haru. This Institution Ii established with .vlaw to affurd ktyouec ladles the mnt perfect combination of advantSEts tut ths attalomeutof a lboroti-h lud irm-inil .j.r..i "ij-. nopalus or expense willbo .pared lo reader UJnieality whaflt nrnfe.M:sto be. a .elmnl r ....!. Tiastniari.the princlpil.wa.at the head of a sehooliiiNaw iT'i V f'"''"""'""'-"' ia ranruylvanla,aod,for tha last au years, bu been known to-tha patrons of Aston gcm''7; as presiu lag teacner Iu that Institution. The Rt Rev. A. Putter, Blih,,p of the Dtoce.of Paansvl. vama, sajsr - ."1" . " EMtman, who proposes to opana Yodne La. dies bemlaary, in Jledla. Delaware Co., Va., In Sr-iamtxr next, run ben koq n lo tha subscriber for several vran "past. He hasaeryhljliopioloaofhercapacltv,elE laccyaadd. votedness as an .diicst. r. She ha. had a larse andsueeass lulesperieaco. Tbe buUdloi whir b ts to bJ erected for bar use will contain every accommodation. The vlllareand sur rounding country are disUngiil-hrd frr healthfulnesa and teaaty,aiidtl.esnaerlber su fotfidenee that imreaUiwho1 torwetit'i " 4lu',tMlll--av?no rfoa Mlss Kutman will ba aided by an .fIUI.nl corps of Tesch- The Natural Sciences will beunght;wlththe aid of larr and expensive apparatus. u-o -"ic .T?f Mnsleal .lJpartment will be underlie ehar-e ofa lady em nenUy qoalill dt. fl;! tha situation; axd all f.rrtn; a ?. ? .e?.'!r 0tbo P'aDO or ln 8'K'r. can hat tha baaa Hi ol a Visiting Teacher from Philadelphia. " Drawlogand J'amUns will b und. rib. direction ofaUdr aceempllahed tn the in. " ' The umBrorPupll.UIimlUd to forty. Tha Terms for Board and Tuition, in all thabranchaa ex cepting .".Ionic, are $150 per sea-inn of lira month. Miss Eastman t as I.bcrlto refer to tba lollowlni seatla men '. Rt. Ray. A. Potter, D. D.,andtha Ep'seopal elarty ofPhll adelph'a. Bon.F. Plrrca, Prnldaot of tha United Stales. Hon. 8 P. Chssa. Corernor of Ohio. Hon N.B. Usker.exGitvarrioror lew nsmpshlr?4 ' Hoa.M. W.Tappan, M.C from ew Hatnpshlra..j-, a Rev. .I. Stem, of AoTrtstown.Pa. ' -V Kov .A. Mel-aod, of Clearfield, Pa, - Pirrce Butler, hsq or PhlladelLhia. J.a Okie, do -.. K.W. Clark, Esq., lo George Wharton, tf'., to -- CnriKophe(Loeser,PottsvllIa,Pa. , Georxe Wymas. Sr. looIi, Mo. 1 ' Hoo. P. C Johnson, Washington, D. C. - dual y-uusmara or ior ciiealars, asply to tha P;ln- JelO -eodSoi um -UAItlA UAHTMAff. '-- -Madia, Delaware Co, Pa. XSKOWNIHU'S Wheat Threshers. 1 A FEW of them were sold in Kutherfunl counfirlas X. teas-in. Combining strength and. lightness, with opacity to perform They are admitted to besnperiar to anyoHated. We rlUUthemattheManuracturer'spriee forpaah. KIKK.MAN A ELLH. may 2 1 lm t wiw 1 $2 A DAY" AND ROAST llliKV.M-TI,,.- Wool i'rtrdar still wanted noon wacrea hr -ail.h lie can aSLrd 2 a day and roast beet " for a small fasilr. FltOirthe subscriber, some ten days sine, a stfe ' pacing BAY PONY, witl, long bW xnanaPfc. and UiL inclined to ha miff in th hiA r. j M JF . RANAWAY from tha subscriber in -finoair. m. 1355, a negro named JOHN, about 6li TettW high, of rather a dark copper color, weigh about 50 JP pu- sas. uas a Etna j ' imuii a o -ijcoacy.