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. VOL. XXVII. NASHVILLE, TENN, THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1856. NO. 2Q7, Li H I UV 7i J m. iM i I mm m m , rm. mr li 111 Hi H , 6 UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE CORNER CHURCH AHD CHERRY STREETS THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN is famished to subscribers at $8 00 per annum in ad ranee The TRI-WEEKLY is published jrery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 00 per annum, in advance; if not paid in advance, ft, oo. The DAILY is published at Eitrht Dollars. -THE MONEY, IN ALL OASES, TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS. al Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our xisk. No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is accompanies with we cash. J3T" We wish it distinctly understood that no paper will ca discontinued until ail arrearages are paid, except oi opuen 6i me puousners. ED. BURKS PICKETT, REAL ESTATE, COMMERCIAL, FINAN CIAL. AND Corner of Broad and Front Streets, oTer C. Anderson's NASHVILLE. TENN., . WILL take charge of any business entrusted to him, re miring the services or an Agent, fora commis sion entirely satisfactory to all parties and in all cases no Charges will be made unless sausiacuuu i i;u . Debtx nrl Noip ofevorv descriotion: Merchandize, GrO' ceries, all kidds of Machinery and Agricultural SeeMs and Implements, the si ttIementof accounts and claims and collections generally, attendtd to faithfully and prompt re turns made. 57" information sought and given In every depart ment ot business. Hoping for success only by a strict at tention to my engagements, and looking rUher to the quantity of business done than to exhorbitant charges, I respectmlly solic t a shaie ot public patronage. References. Got W B Campbell, C W Jackson, ST Motley. Bank of Middle Tenn., at Lebanon; Gov N S Brown, Fall A Cun ningham, Church Anderson, McClure, Buck A Co., Burge A Allen, Anderson, Allison A Co., John S Brien, Esq., A J Duncan, McKenzie & Wilson-Nashville; Joseph W Al len, Esq, New Orleans; John W Butler, Pittsburg; J D Learner, Cincinnati; Edmund Cooper, Caldwell A Gum ming, Shelbyville Maj R G Ellis, W J Spence, Murfrees boro; W C Whitthorne, Esq., Col AM Looney, Columbia; Col J O Guild, Col J V Head, R Hallum, Esq, Z Baker, Esq , Gallatin. R A W L Alexander, Maj D Burford, Col J fl Vaughn, Dixon Springs; Dr All Kidd, J B Moores, Esq., and citizens generally, Carthage. BELL HOUSE, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM McTEER, Proprietor. CJE.XCE OF MAIN AN'D STATE STREET. Kg?" Foar Uorse Mall Coaches leave dailj at 714 o'clock, if tfn...t. r ...... A u if VERANDAH HOTEL, oppositb rat post ornci, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ACTION YOUNG -Superintendent (4T ibestageumce is sept at tms nouse. marl 9 ly. BUTiiW HOUSE. 1IY E. II. McCORD, PULASKI, TENNESSEE. TTAS just been refitted in every department.and is now i I open lor tne reception 01 Doardears and travelers, juneil lmo tri w Sewanee House, COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor, (LATE OF 1TBBE EFKIXGS.) THE subscriber has recently taken this well ffi known establishment is refitting and thor- jui oui?hlv renovatin? it, and hopes soon to have it in such condition as not to be inferior to any honse in this city. The Proprietor hopes by his exertions and those oi his Assistant, I Mr. urauaocK, wno iormeny presided at the City Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be ing patronized by the public and promises that no pains shall be spared on his part, to merit the approbation of those who may favor him with their patronage. He res pectfully solicits a trial of his house. feb2G-dtwAw tf WW ROBERTS. BEAVER DAM SPKINPS. THIS favorite watering place, situated in Hickman coun ty, Tenn., 45 milm west of Columbia, will be open for visitors on the first day of June. Toe Proprietor flatters himself that he will be able to afford every comfort and convenience necessary to the en joyment and satisfaction of his guests His spacious ball room will be furnished with the very best of music. He has also a good Billiard Table and Ten Pin Alley. The country around --ffords excellent sport in hunting and tithing. The Car will be supplied with the best of Wines and Cigars. A comfortable conveyance will run every other day from Columbia, leaving in the morning so as to reach the Spring in the erening. Stage i ire $3. Charges will be per month, - - - 20 00 " " " week, 7 00 Children, uaderlOyears.and servants halftheBe prices. tSJA liberal deduction for families where the number exceelsGre. DR. A. M. KELLER. nuj2S tf Proprietor. Frvm die Ji'ashville Christian Advocate. litiViR Ins Spdinoj. Aug.lBUi Mr. Editor: It hat been my cood fortune to be permitted toapead a few dijt at this delightful waterlng-pltce, and 1 think I ran safely a that the object generally sought after, by thnio who vl-lt tbee mmmer retieais, will as certainly bo found here us on ary tpot or earth I have ever seen. To thoae who are nut of health, and are seeking lis restoration, I know of no place that can promizm more than th.s. Every local came of disease n far removed; impure water, viartk r ttcamp 1. and fogs are not even to be thought uf. The sarroan ilng oumry is high, poor, and in Us natural stale, there Is but little soil, uJ Khattbera ia, Is so filled with travel that we defy boih mud and dutt. Kaln may fall for tioara. and Just asioon xu cleara up, ladlea go forth in their thin allpperi lih Impunity, and weeks of dry weather t.ings no dust with It. The entire place, by nature, s n brautifal as enchantment Itself The grounds are J ust aumcienil) undnlatlcg to re or namertal, while throush the vale flows a etrcam of clear, cold living water, and within two hundred steps of the main building there are uot lemtban tenortw Ivedolicioua free stoi.e springs and four eulpaur springs una of which Is ilrnfly chi)bente. The ahade is abundant, produced by young and growing trees of almost every kind and variety. Toe advantages fur taking drives are better than at any place of the kind I have visiwd ; for while the roads are fautless .voa are all tne while blessed wlin a most grateful shade. There are not only the ordinary amatemrnts common losuch retreat", 1ml there are 5ome of exiranrdinary interrL The lover of ihe chase can, wuhin cue mile ul tins spot, caue ttw noble buck to fly bef ire the dogs just whenever he chooses to do ao; and within an hour's drive several streams are fonndaa Inviting lotbeangler as cv r Isaac Walton cast aline into. Ioevidencoof which, irnns tbreecentlemen, on two different occasions returned, after a few hours' ,port, with from fifty to seventy Ave floe flsli; so that from tbe woods and neighboring stream: the table Is almost con stantly supplied with venisou and fi Ii. Tho propcruea uf the water are highly medicinal and so seems to be tne airs, o that the afflicted, on coming here, seem at once to be re stored to health. The place is, to say the loast of it, com fortably Improved, and sufficiently oitenslve to accommodate a vepy Nrio number of visitota, "while tbe ccommodaliona are altogether decidedly eood, ar.d alwajs will be whllo the placu reman s under the direction and control ofjlr. A. 31. Keller and ladv. They know what Is duo to their visitors, and nothing Is left undone that will contribute to their com fort and pleasure. Ihrrti la quite a large number of visitors S resent, ontthe place is capable of accommodating more, n Sabbath we had ser ice twice. I preached in the morn ing anu the Kev. Mr. l'ea'eof the Episcopal chnrch in the evening, to a largnnd t'ontivo congregation who seemed to have a due resard for sacred things. In conclusion, 1 would s.iy to those who are In search of health, comfort, or pleasuso, come to Beaver Dam Spnngs. A. L. I. OHKKX. KINGSTON' S1'JMNS. rfHE undersigned respectfully inform the public that JL this popular waterirg place is now ready lor the re ccption of visitors. Invalids and others desiring to seek recreation and repose in a pleasant place of retreat, will find this a most desir.bie one. Prices same cs tno'e of last year. A band cf music has been eDg god, and will be in attendance ouricg the season. ,nne!2 18 KP.E1DKR A RAKER JEROME S. RIDLEY, ATIORISEY AT LAW, KLOKUK.IOWA, WILL aio attend to th purchase audsileof Real Es tatein and the vicinity of Inwnsand cities, Payment of Taxes, the Location of Land Warrants, Ac Rarea to -Gov. Win. U. Campbell and Hon. R. L. Ca ruthers, Lebanon, Tenn.; (len. S. R. Anderson, Nashville, Tenn ; Col. Jos. C. Guild, Gallatin, Tenn.; Wm. A Quirles Clark8Tille. Tenn. apr22 tnwSni LAW OFFICE. J SI. WILKIN having besn admitted to practice in . all the Courts of Tennesseeand New York, and hav fng oermanently located in Nathvi!le, will attend to all matters of Collection and Litigation entrusted ti him. Office No 70 Cherrv street nov. tf Pianos, Pianos. Bro's, which makes our stock very large and definable We would be pleased to have thet instruments exmiDed by all, whether thev desire to purchase or not. Every Pi ano sold bv us sliall be warrauted to give FatLvfactiou in every renpect may" iy" t it FilKKMAN. . Extra Pine Pianos. an cunt or capital, I will . fTer great inducements to cash or Bhort time cu sumiers I have, also, a large assortment of Gmurs, Accordeons, Violins. Flutes.MrnW Ac, Ac, which willbe sold unusually low, to make r"oom for my Fall block Aho, a large and well sel-cted stock of Sheet Mualc and Instrucuon itooks. embracing nearly all of tie new and popular piecies oi the day. A call is respectfully solicited at r.o o3, Union sircet. J. A. jicCLURE. P. i.-Schools and emlnaries supplied on as reason able terms as any house m tbe United Mates j"nc2i " J. A. jicCLURE. MIBWIFERV. MRS JANE 0ARU10AN offers her professional ser vices to the citizens of Nashville. She has had much experience. Apply at No. S5, Front street. junel2 lm. mi&tetft??Jli nil II I I . IL J'wsiaaBB 1.kJaaaaaaaac laTli III si ,atiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaE EVERY MAN HIS OWN MILLER. EXCELSIOR CORN AND COB MILL, SOMETHIWO VWrTPVT.v uttttt Patented by Charles Leavitt, February 27th. 18")5. milt' KnWA ... - . . J. . i. . tepresenis i recent and valuable .m. provement bv Charles Ls-jntt In pnnTim i' GRAIN JU ILLS, adapted to crushing Corn and Lob ""s sun grinding jutat Iur lamilv use. Ir. mo unj;iuai mvenior oi iuis Kind rr a na- cuine, 'na irom long experience with cist iron r.,r criun eM, finding that all of them were liahln tn .i.i iho most formidable of which was their want i.r uui ability or luui iu iTour um, ue again went to worx witn the view of removing the objectionable features. In February, celsior Corn and Cob Mill." nmt nnirli. iha of being able to present the above Mill to the farmers of me uuiiea otates, standing as it does at the head of the list of Com-Crushers, combining the good qualities of all, exemnt from the defects of an v. And nnsup-lTlinD' mnnv now valuable, and distinguishing features, of which all others ui c ueauiuie. We have remarked that the preat nnri heretofore inmr. monntable objection, urged with so much force sgainst mma, was meir paipaoie aenciaucy in durability. To remove this objection was a desideratum long sought lor, and which has been at length attained in the "Excel sior Mill" only; the grinding surface of which consists In moveable rings, made in hard and superior metal, and which, when worn out, can be replaced in five minutes by new rings, at a cost of J3, wnich 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 o.her mill, should not be overlooked by purchasers, as it insures durability, a consideration of all others the most lujponanu Another interesting feature in this mill, and one which wc think will secure lor it a just consideration of merit ia in its being provided with a meal conductor, by means of iiuicu me miai is aitcnargea into a nan Dusnel, instead of beirg scattered around the mill, as is ordinarily the case. This mill having been fairly tested with other mills at the late Fair of the Maryland Agricultural Society, at the Ohio State Fair, and eUetvhere, at all of which it establish ed its superiority, we do not hesitate emphatically to pro nounce it pre-eminently superior to any and all other corn crushers of the day, independent of its moveable grinding 1 luht nuiLu icsiuro ui liseii uias.es iue uiaiincnon oe tween the "Excelsior" and all other corn -crushers so broad as o render a comparison superflnous; and, as an evidence of our sincerity, we hereby announce that we will trive a silver cup to any Corn Crusher that can be produced, of wo fiauic aiKi suu tuime jenguioi lever, inai win gnna finer and faster than the Excelsior, at some time and place to be agreed upoa. Capacity of grinding corn and cobs with two horses from 15 to 20, and with one horse, from 8 to 10 bushels per uour. Cost of Running the Excelsior tlill for Ten Venn,, Compared trith that pf other ITdls in tue at thit lime. It has been proven by experience, and contrary to gen eral expectation, that cast iron Mills for gnnding Corn, etc., to do the work properly, will not last more than two years. In view of this tact, the inventor ol the Excelsior Mill has labored to produce a machine that will be more economical, and at the same time more effectual. The lol lo wing estimate will show the cost of grinding with each of the Mills now ia use for ten years: Cost of Excelsior Mill, $50, including an extra set of blinding nates, wuicn mates it good lor tour years, cost of repairs for six years, 9, making forten years, fb9. Cost of common Mills, without any extras, sayBt4, Cost of running the same for ten years, supposing that tbe Mill will last as longas 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, f 176, making for the teu years acostof$220. This same rnle will apply to any and all of the Mills now iu use which comein competition with the Excelsior Mill. Farmers and others in want o' mills for grinding Corn and Cob, etc., will see by the above estimate that the Ex celsior Mil! can be used for tbe purpose requred at less ttian 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 lor which accompany each Mill. The undersigned havinc purchased the right to tie above Mill in Middle Tennessee, take pleasure in introduc ing it to tbe public, believing it to be all that is claimed for it, and well worthy the attention of every Farmer, Stock Uaiter, and Dealer in Slock. Price 50, with two sets of grinding rings, and levers titled to the Mill ready tor attaching ttie horses. Thee mills are are made for us by Mr, T.M. Brennan. of this city, whose well known skill in his profession will insure the superiority of the workmanship, wliil-t tbe purchaser will have tbe satisfac tion of knowing be is encouraging home mmufacture. We offer county 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. Brcrnan, No 37, College street, near Broad, where we shall be happy to receive orders, and furnish such informa tion upon tbe subject s may b desired. Thorough busi ness men wanted to act as agents. Address, JAMM U. HiliUWIPl CU., mayl 8md4w Nashville, Tennessee. STOCKTON'S Patent Straw Cutter "-pllE multiplicity of Straw Cutters alrcaay before the JL puouc, a urge proportion oi woicu uaring laiiea sue cesslully to stand the test of thorough trial, and having lallen tar short of the representations ol the venders, as well asttie expectations of the purchasers, a gneral dis trust has been created in tbe public mmd for ah machines of this description. Hence it becomes a consideration of the utmost imp rtance betore the general introduction ofa machine, cone rmng which there is so much doubt, and connected with which there have been so many failures, that it should first have been subjected to the most thorough and critical test, and its claim to merit clearly established beyond a doubt. This machine has now been in existence upwards of twelve months, during which time it has been submitted to the severest tests, and has under gone modifications and alterations, with a view of bringing it as near perfectior as possible. It is now complete, ana presented to the public in the full confidence that it will meet the wants ot tbe farming community, and sustain the high reputation it has already obtained, and the opinion formed ol it by all who have used it We claim fur it 1st. Great strength and durability. 2d. An entire freedom from complication, being so simple as to be easily 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 case, rapidity and exactness. 4th. Great economy in price, being offered at the low rate of Eight Dollars. Otheradvantages might be mentioned , but would occu py too much space. It possesses one peculiarity, however, so remarkable and important that we cannot lorbear making mention of it. We allude to its Everlastinrr Soring, designed to keen the knife alwajs in its i roper place, and secure uniformity of execution, ai me same time yielding lo any nard and lor eign substance, the appearance of which in most machines would be liable to produce serious injury. County rigljis m Middle and. West Tennessee for sale upon extremely sdvuutageous terms. They can be made by any worker m wood. Men of energy wanted to act as Agents Address, JAMES C. BALDWIN A CO. mayl 37 College st., Nashville. Love's 'Patent Wash-Tnb. THE above Machine, patented October 16th, 1855, in its utility, simplicity, and rapid and thorough execution, urpass.es everything of the kind heretofore introduced This Tub is iibiunted on a stool, and provided with Hated rollers and brusheit, by the action of which a strong and rapid current of water is induced to pass through the clothes, remoring every particle of dirt without the slight est injury o tne clothes, however fine the texture. By a peculiar and ingenious arrangement, thedirt removed from the clothes is provided with a place of deposit, and thereby prevented from being ground back again into the clothes, as is the case iu most machines. Sixor seven shirts, or their equal inbnlk, can be thor oughly wasliei with this machine in from eight to ten min utts. These tubs are sold at Eight Dollars each, which takes in connection with its perfect performance, render it the CHEAPEST AND BEST WASHING MACHINE NOW KNOWN. Printed directions accompany each Machine. County rights in any pan of Tennessee for sale npon Bnch terms as will secure to the purchaser a large profit upon the investment To men of energy a rare opportuni ty for making money easily and rapidly will be offer ed. Agents wanted in all Darts of the State. Address, JAMES C. BALDWIN A CO., mayl dAwSm 87 College street, Nashville, Tenn. DRUGS. JUST ABHRSD. i O D02 BALM OF THOUSAND FLOW- JLO ERS just received by Express direct from the pro- prietors. Tor sale at 50 cents tier bottle maj4 J G. BROWN, 43 College street. FISHING TACKLE. A Urge stock selected by onaof the firm, consisting of Geuuinc Limerick Hooks. Dlain and on Snoods : also. Aberdeen. Gravela- leen, and Common Limerick Hooks ; a splendid assortment of Lines, Cable Laid Silk and Sea Grass, Spun ana Plated Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every variety; iteeis, jointed noas, uieanng ivmgs, rij nuum, o.., a. In short, can supply those who can appreciate fine Tackle with almost everr thine thev irar need for the successful prosecution or tbis uselul caning. jei ju. u. civunii, 10 lioueguai. rOU-lAVElt OIL. 5 Oro. genuine Cod Liver Oil i9 JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st. LEECHES. sale by -1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and for PURE HIANONGAHELA WHISKY. 0 bbls of the above just received, of prime quality; sold to us Tor six years old. QTONE WARE. 2,600 pieces stone Ware, consist- n inp of Jars. Churns. Juris. iUlK fans, cutter urocas ac oi every aixe, juab revui.cu. PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE. Constantly on hand. Barelav. Perkins & Ca's celebrated London Porter and Mem a Scotch Ale. Je9 JO. G. BROWN, 48 College st TJEARL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior X artiole of Starch, ust received by ie9 JO u liKuwr., 4S uouegest. MEDICAL PIH2SJ! FIRE!!! J MERCHANTS, Farmers, Mechanics and Families can now pet Droirs. Medicines. Paints. Oils. Perfumery, Fishing Tackles, hanning's Body Brace, Seymtur'n Gal vanic Supporters, Loudon's Abdominal Supporters, Shoul der Braces, suspensories, uosieincai instruments, curgi cal Instruments, Catheters, Gum Elastic and Silver, Male and Female Catheters. Shaving Cases, &, sc., at very low nrices to close out the stock. For sale at 47 Market street, 4 doors south of tbe Public Square, by a. u. ouui ciu SELLING OFF THE STOCK. TO CLOSE liUsI WESS. LADIES will find at Scovel's, on West side of Market street, 4 doors below the south side of the Square Perfumery or the choice Kinds; crsj Tooth Brushes; liair Oil; Powder Puffs; Bogle's Fluid; Pocket Handkerchief Extracts; ojJJi loilete Soaps; liair Brushes; 2 Fine and Coarse Combs; Pocket Combs; Nail Brushes; Infant's Hair Brushes; . .'".j Children's Toething Kings; Rouge; Lilly White: Pomades; Triconhorous:! t: Hair Dves. Rose Oiliu lancy Dottles, Ac All for sale at very reduced prices by H G. SCO EL. TTTNDERtbe market price, a lot ot i ahnestock's Pure U While leau, in nne order, ior sale Dy mayo u. u. suuvti,. 71 TILLET SEEO. Herds Grass Seed, Orchard Grass- 1Y1 Seed, Blue Grass Seed, Osage Seed, and Garden Seeds for Sale at very reduced prices. Bagains are offered to close out tne stoctr, ny ii. u awt,L. YAKNISIIES. White Dema Varnish; Furniture do; Carnage do; Coach do. For saleat prices greatly under the market, to close busi- ocas, uj ii. ur. lwu i SI'INNING FACTORIES. PEKU OIL. A small quantity ot very fine Sperm OIi, lor Machinery, lor sale cheap by mayo it. a. SCOVEL. SAVEO FltOJl THE FilCE, M EDICAL S&UDLE BAGS and MEDICAL CHESTS for sale at low prices by H. G. SCOVEL. u NCONSUJIEO. A well atsorted lot ot French Cork Soles for sale at a bargain, by may ti. li bJUt.ij. FISHERMEN JttAV KfcJOlCK. A large portion of Scovel s fine Fishing Tackles in great J. variety, saved from the flame, and now oflered for sale at o 47 Market street, 4 doors south ot the square. SAVEO Ifi GOOD OltOElt FROM THE FIRE. 9 boxes Langhorce A Armstead's Fine Ctewing Tobacco, lor sale under the market price, to W10043 UUL, UJ 1 V" . uuvs , uu. i . i ii n e r-i ii'L i THE undersigned, in order to close business, will sell all the above mentioned articles, together with a very general assortment, not herein ramed, at low prices, as an inuueemeni, iu sellout inuasie- maye ii. . rcttu. St DE.UOVILLE Av UELL, DRUGGISTS. No. 26 Cherry St., 2 doors from corner Union NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Soda Water, AS we have fitted up our Soda Apparatus for the Sea bod. we would respectfully call the attention of the lovers of this inLocent and grateful beverege to our Foun tain, where we will be happy to dispense the doling draught to all who may favor us with their patroi age. We are confident with our increased proficiency in the prepar ation of both Soda and Syrups, none will be disappointed who may give our ooda v ater a trial. ur.iiuviL.iiC s. uciiij, Liruggis-.s, may25 No 2(i Cherry street B ALM ofa Thousand Flowers, received and lor sale by JJtiMUVlUljb & IILL.L. w OOD'S Celebrated Hair Kestorative, received and DfcMOVlLLE & BELL. for sale by LOW'S BROWN WINDSOR SOAP Jt received a fresh supply of Low's Genuine Hrown Windsor Soap. or sale oy DtJiuviLLir, i d.l,l.. COMBS Just received a superior lot of Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs. For sale by may25 UEMOY tL.LS & BbLh. PORT MONIES A splendid assortment, received and for sale by DEMoVILLE A BhLL. may2o pOTASfl- -Received and for sale by DEMOVILLE & BELL june6 T7NGLISH MUSTAHJJ- -Received an extra fine JjJ article, and for sale by juneG DEMOVILLE & BELL. T7I.AVORING EXTRACTS Lemon, Vannla, JL. Rose, Celery, Orange, Fine Apple. Almond, Ac. june6 DEMOVILLE BELL. PHYSICIANS POCKET CASES OF VIALS. Various patterns, received and for sale by je6 DhjlUViiLb .viibi.i; rpEA, TEA. We keep constantly on "land a superior JL article of macs and ureen Tea3, wnicn we win war rant to be ot tbe best quality. . " n rt vrt w c tint r MEDICAL. AMPUTATING, COUCHING, CUPPING, Wm ctina, DENTAL. Midwifery, LYTIIOTOMIC Trtpan- ning INSTRUMENTS. At the lowest piicei by ap5 X M fLU FINE PEN AND POCKET KNIVES ASSORTED COLTS'. AUtnf, and olh-r Ptilvt. assorted. PORTE MONIES anti Card Cotes cf Pearl, Icory, Shell, Buck, Morocco and Russia Leather. Silk and Cotton Puksks For sale cheap by T. WHM O ILVEIi, Ivory, Hone, and Jlornll.aded, tiwoid. hooay. IO Rattan, Jiictory ana. suit Walking lants. Hr " apr5 T. WELLS. TTA1R OILS, Pomatums, Haib Utss, Hair Ktslora 11 tivet. FANCY SOAPS. Shavinc Creams, w a ruts, tint; EATKAt; T, assorted apro WAX CANDLES, assorted sizes and colrs; .SUtr and Spirm Candles: 20 boxes brown and transparent Soaps. Offered cheap by T. WELLS. COUGH CANDY, Pulmonary WaUrs, Javnes' hxpec torant, BULL'SSAKSAPAKILLA. DAVID'S PaIN KILLER, Sparking GeUetine, ISINGLASS, Tapioca, PearVd Sago; Barly, Tamarinds, Preserved Ginger, RICE Keceiret or T. w ells. ALCOHOL, Brandies, WINES, VINEGARsTZVa. as sorted. CHOCOLATES. Mustards. HAVANA CI GARS, Fm TWiccos By T. WELi-S PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, of best qualities; DYE STUF '8, ASSORTED. WINDOW GLASS, IhUno Glassware. Stosx aei, iai tit ru i a, nsor ed. Offered low by T. WH.LS. HYDRAULIC CEMENT, Land 1'Ue er. njis.tu r-u. is, Spanish Whiting, Chalk, PUMICE STONE, lij apr5 i. WKI.LS TJ OTASIL, Soda, Sateratm, aaltpetere, Mohax Cream. X Tartar, TARTARIC aciu. For sale by T WELLS apr5 LIFE PRESERVERS, Shoulder Bracks, Trusses GAME BAGS, Shot Belts. Received by , apr5 T. WELLS. BURRING FLUID and Limps. npr5 Received by T. WELLS. QNUFFS. French Rappee. Macaboy, Scotch, and T WELLS. MAHOGANY MOULDINGS. AND OAK VENEEltS, and Received and offered cheap by T. WELLS. apra WALL PAI'ER. 4,000 JiULTS.itne Satin, Glaied. Gilt and Velvet Hall and Parlor Papers; VXOLAZED PAPER, a large assortment of very hand some patterns, at unusually low prices. Gilt, Velvet and Paper Bordering, Fire Board Prints, Curtains, Tester and Centre Papers. Raceived and lor sale low by apr5 T. WELLS. EOGE PLANT. Large supply of fresh Osage Orange, the American Hedge Plant Seed. Just re ceived and for sale by T. WELLS, Sign of the Man and Mortar, on Market, opposite apr5 Union atrett, Nashville. RAILROADS, &C. Great South-Western Railroad & Stage laiae, TpROM Knoxville,Tenn.,to Richmond, Petersburg, Va. JL ana asnington uity, orto tne VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Passengers bv this route leave Knoxville at 7 A. M. daily, (Sundays excepted) via tbe East Tennessej and Vir- : . I i :jt . jj t' . . i t at the terminus oi which thev take KENT, SDSlMiiRSO.N x ju:s nan line ut ai'AUts to tne western ter minus of the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, (now com. pleted 170 miles from Lynchburg and being extended at the rate of eight miles per montb,)and thence via that road, the South-Side and Richmond and Danville Railroads. arrive at Richmond or Petersburg on the evening of the . V. : . .1 J r rr :u - : . . i. . I n :i . .1 1 I IUIIUUB; ilUUl IkUUAVlUDlll S1U1C W MSS.B UIO nUllVSU UdlU :or tne worm. Passengers returning leave Richmond or Petersburg at 6 A. M , and arrive at Knoxville in two and a half days. Passengers lor the Virg'nia Springs leave tho Virginia ana tennessee Kailroad as follows: For tbe Red Sulphur Springs, at Newbern Depot. " Tellow Sulphur Springs, at Christiansburg. " Montgomery W. SulphurSprings, at Big Tunnel. " Allegnanv Snrinrc. at Shawsville " Sweet, Red Sweet and White Sulphur Springs aisaiemor ttonsacc s. t3T Kent. Summerxra & Co. hare an amote euddIv ol Uoraes and Stages to accommodate all without detention woo may travel tms route. JS? Fare from Knoxville to Richmond and Petersbuig, or rice tern, 23. may20 3m KENT, SUMMEKSO.N & CU. NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD. Rates of Freight on Produce to CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH, . TO TASK KfTICT OX A70AFTKS TBS FIRST DAY OF JUNE NEXT. AT a recent meeting of President and Superintendents of the various Roads connecting Nashville with Charleston and Savanah, the following rates of Freight were adoptedf FIRST CLASS. Feathers, Wool, Flour in Sacks and Books, per 100 il 40 SECOND CLASS. Beeswax, Ginseng, Pink Root, Cotton. Rope and .gagging, xiemp, star candies, soap, i,ara ana Linseea Oil and Window Glass, per 100 $1 00 THIRD GLASS. Leaf Tobacco in hhds, per 100 80 Vhisky, per barrel ?S 00 Beef and Pork, per barrel 2 50 Flour per bbl 1 40 Brooms, in lot of 60 dozen and upwaids 1 00 To pr vent overcharges the Azentof the N. & G. Rail road is authorized to siirn ReceiDts for the transportation of iue articles aouve at. me rates as speciuea, until mrtuer notice, 1. 1. AJNlHSKSOa, mayll b p o Superintendent. KATES OF FREIGHT FROJI CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH TO NASHVILLE, To takeeflect on and after 1st or Jnnc, 185C FIRST CUSS. TIANO Fortes, Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and l Hals. Liquors. Oils, Ac. in cottles. Camphtne and Spirits Turpentine, in barrels. Carpeting. China, Glass and uiassware, cigars, in cases, ciocks, comectionanes, cot ton Cards, Cutlery, in cases. Casks and Boxes, Dry Goods, in boxes and bales, Drugs, Fruits, I ruit Trees and Shrub bery, r urs, Garden seeds, looking Glasses and looking Glass Plate, fat owners' risk,) Ovsters. in cans and iars. Saddlery, Tin and Bnttania Waie, Teas and Spices per too ids., i lbq irom 1st December toist June, and irom 1st June to 1st December si as. SECOND CLASS. Hardware, except such as is specified in 1st and Ed c)ass, Coliee Mills, Machinery, Foreign Liquors, in barrels and pipes, Tobacco, in boxes, Leather, in rolls and boxes. Oils, in barrels and casks, Crockery and Queensware, in crates and casks. Rice. Whiteinrr. Plaster. Sheet Brass and Copper per 100 lbs., tl 00. TiilKD CLiAHS. Axes. Shovels. Soades. Sad Irons. Zinc and Tin. in Dies. Tin-plate, Anvils, Vices, casks of Chains and Hoes, Ma nilla and Cotton Cordage, Coffee, heavy Castings Mill gearing, Railroad Wheels and Axles, Chairs and Spikes, and Ro3ln in bbls per 100 lbs,, 60c SPECIAL RATES. Furniture and Carriages boxed, and other light artisles not enumerated, also Carboys of Acids orother Chemicals, will be charged by actual weight, but at double 1st class rates, or per 100 lbs., J2 5(J. The rate3 are the same 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 Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, and paid br the Treasurer urxm nroocr certificate from the Avent delivering. iheitoads willcotpay lor hidden damages or mmry to contents of boxes or uackaees. when no external appear an:o of damage exists. No claim tor damages will be considered unless accorn pamed with a receipt showing the goods to have been in good order when delivered to tbe Roads at Charleston and Savannah. In case of short goods the Roads require 0 days for an examination of the line if not found by the expiration of that time the Road delivering will be authorised to pay but no claim shall be considered or goods sought tor, un less receipts are exhibited as evidence of shipment. No goods will be delivered until all charrres are paid and a receipt given by the consignees or their agents. i he Agents ot tne 3. s c it. k. are under heavy bonds to the company, and ail freight bills are due to tbe Agents individually, therefore freiirht bills mn9t be paid in full and reclamations for over charges, damages, Ac, must be paid by the Treasurer only, upon certificate of the Agent and authority of the Superintendent. mayi Bra u. t. A-'Jti4su., sup t. PENNSYLVANIA RaILHOAD. THE Great Central Route, connecting th: Atlantic cities with Westeru.Northwestern, and Southwestern 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, eneapest ana. reliable route by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Great HVrt. Bates between Philadelphia and Pittsbnrcr : FIRST CLASS. -Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods ( . ,,. (in boxes,) Furs. Feathers. Ac f ,"0 ' iuu"' SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, j Ury coods (in bales,; Hardware, .Lea- oc per lOOH) thcr, Ac I THIRD CLA.S3.-Anvils,Bagging, Bacon, I nBr - and fors (in duik,;, uemp, sc j ' FOURTH CLASS. Csffee, Fish, Bacon, 1 and Pork (packed.) Lard and Lard Oil. 1 'vu " lw"" Flour fl per bbl. until further notice. Grain 50 cts. per 100 lbs. until further notice. Cotton f 2 per bale, not exceeding 500 lbs. weieht. until further notice. t3f In shiDDinir Goods from any point East of Phila. delphia, be particular to mark package ' til Philadelphia Kailroad." All uoods consigned to the Agents oi this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention. Frkiout Agists. Harris, Wormley A Co., Memphis, Tennessee; R. F. Sass A Co., St Louis; J. S; Mitchell A Son, Evansville, Indiana; Domennil, Bell and Murdock, and ( arter & Jewett, Louisville, Ky.tli.c, Meldrum. Madison. Indiana; Sprigman A Brown, and Irwin A Co , Cincinnati; N. W. Graham A Co , Zanesville. Ohio: Leech & Co.. o 54 Kilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 Astor House, New lorK; Ho 1 v. Uliata street, and ro.a UatterA Place, rew lorlc; h. J, oneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw A fioons, Bal timore; Geo. C rranciscus. Pittsburg. il. II. HOUSTON, General treijht Aaenl. Phila. H. J. LOMBAERT, Sup't,Alioona,Pa. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, THREE Daily Through Trains, betwesn Philadelphia and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7J, A. M., and Pitts burg lor Philadelphia at 7, A. AI. THE PAST LIKE Pittsbure lor Philadelphia at 10. P. M. The above lines connect at rittsourg with the Kaiiroaaf lo and from St. Louis, Mo.; Alton, Galena end Chicago, in . t - u r,.. I :.. J r : :m- t- . ry Haute, Madison, Lafavette nd Indianapolis, Ind.; Cincin nati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefoutaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, Colnmous, Zanesville, Massillon, and Wooster, Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to Nen Orleans. St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had to or from either of to above places. For turthcr particulars, see Handbills at the different starting points. Passengers from the West will find this the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia Baltimore, New York or Boston. TUOS. MOORE, Aqsmt, Passenger Lines, Pkilada J. MESK.IMEN, Aoexr, Passenger Lines, Pittsburg. Philadelphia, 1S56 jan8 ly FARE REDUCED TO S12 50 FROM NASHVILLE TO MEMPHIS. VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia, Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad. ISO 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 Post Office. dec22 tf. FARE EEDUC . D TO $7 FROM NASHVILLE TO JACKSON", TPNN. "XTIk Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia and Waynesboro. For seats apply at tbe General Stage OlEco. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at 6 a. m. dec22 tf. DYERS Az CO., AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, UARTSVILLK, TENNESSEE. WILL POBCIIASE OR SELL FROOCCS AND PKOPEBTT Or XTEET apr23 bisckiptios. WALL IArER3.-3.Ut'U pieces 25 cent paper just re ceive'; Fire Screens, large variety; Trindad Paper Testers and Center Piecis.onhandandforsaleby W. w. rt.sN, may7 23 Public Square, corner Deaderick St. ' I STEAMERS NEW-YORK.UREMEN At SOUTHAJU'TON UNITED STATES STEAMERS. THE ships comprising this line are WASH INGTON. Capt. E Cavendy; HER. MANN', Capt. Edward Higglns. Thtsa stea mer) atop at Southampton, both going and returning. PROPOSED DATES Or SAILIKO 1S56 From Sonlh- From From ampton tor aew xorx. uremen. sew lorK. Saturday. Saturday. Wednesday HERMANN Jan. 26 Feb. il Feb. 27 WASHINGTON.. .Feb 23 JIar 22 Mar 2C HERMANN .Mar 22 April 19 April 23 WASHINGTON...Aprll 19 Slay 17 May 21 HERMANN May 17 Juna 14 June 18 WASHINGTON.. .June 14 July 12 July 1C HERMANN July 12 Aug '. lug 13 WASHINGTON...Aug 9 ?ept t Sept 10 HERMANN' Sept C Oct 4 Ort 8 WASHINGTON. ..Oct 4 Nov 1 Nov 5 HEl'M NN Nov 1 Nov 20 Dec 3 WASHINGTON.. .Nov 29 Heo 27 liee 31 StoppingatSoutSamptnn, both going and returning, tliey offer passengers proceeding to London and Havre.advanlagea over any other route, for the eomo.nj of time and money. Passage from New York to Southampton and lirenirn, Pint Cabin Saloon, 130 dollars; First Cabin, Lower Saloon, 110 dollars; Second do. CU dollars. All letttrs and newspapers must pass through tbe 1'o-a Of Ceo. No bllla of lading wlllbesignedorparcelsrScelved on tbe day of sailing, An experienced Surjeon is attached to each cblp. For freight or nausea apply to C. H. SAND, ii south William street. Nw Vitk. C. A. HEINEKEN & CO., Bremen, CROSKEY & CO., Southampton. WM. 1SEUN, Havre. Jan2tl ly CAR1N PASSAGE FUO.'J CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK, TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. United States ill ail liisse NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEA&l SHIPS. Throngli iu id to 53 Ilonr.s. SEMI- WEEKLY. Nashville, 1S00 tons, M. Berry Commander 3Iarion IC00 tons, W J. Foster, Commander. Jns. Adgcr, 1500 tons, S. C. Turncr.Commander. Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos, En-ani Commander LEAVES Adger 3 Wharvda. every Wcdnsa day and Saturday of:r 'ie arrival of the cars trom the south ar.a wst, "at high water." These Steamships were all built oxoresslv for this iiineana lorsaiety. speed andcomiort are unrivalled on tne uoasi. Tables supplied with every luxury. Attentive and cour teous Commanders, will insure Travellers by this Line every possiDie comiori ana accommodation. Uaom passage, 125, Steeraze possarre 13. For freight or passage, baring elegant State Room Ac commodations, appiyto HENRY ML3SF.OOM, Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf, febl3'56 ti Charleston. S. C. EXPRESS NOTICE. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL ROAD. THE "ADAMS" EXPRESS COMPANY" have mad trr rangt ments with the above Hailrrad for a Daily Ex press Line, and are now prepared lo receive and forward rreigm, racKages, sc. oy rassenger Trains to lluntsvWe. uecatur, xnscumoia and imermediate stations on the M A C. cud N. A C. Railroads. Small Packages at reduced rates. JS?" Messengers leave Nashville daily at 7 o'clock, am. 2f Freights to be forwarded by Express will be called lor wituoui extra cnarge A. ti. HOLT, apr9 A cent PREMIUM BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY. EE EN FULLER, (Sncceesorto Hamilton A Fuller,) TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE ILaNUFACTOR-. Comer Market and Spring or Church Sts. Nashville, Tenn. t HATEFUL for the liberal natrona hMtnwM JT this Manufactory Bince its establishment, the Pro prietor feels determined to merit a continuation of the same in future. I have now on hand a good assortment of ready made work, consisting in part of Men's, Boys' and Youths" Call, Kip and Thick Boots and Shoes; Negro Brogans, double sole; House Servants Shoes, Ladies and Misses Calf Mo. rocco, and h,id Hoots and Shoes, all made from good stock in good style, and warranted. Orders from Planters, Iron Masters, Railroad and Turn pike Companies respectfully solicited. All kinds of Repairing done. Cash paid for Hides EBEN FULLER, tgy Banner, Whig, Gazette and Cleveland Banner copy, and discontinue all other advertisements. ang24. WM. W wy J.VSJ u JiX.l.'U 'Sl' BELL HiLSMGEB. AND KEY FITTER, Corner of Broad and Cherry streets. Nashville. Tenn. janS'56-U NASHVILLE BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY, No 17J South Front Street, NASUVILLE, Tenn. AB. COOK, practical Bell and Brass Founder, cucces sor to Weller A Conk. U prepared to manufacture to or er, Bells for Churches, Steamboats and Plantations Also, St3am Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Gauge. Fountain and Stoo Cocks. Hose and Salt WelUomts.Gun Mouuting, Anti-Friction Metal. All work made by mo with neatness and dispatch, of tho best material, at low prices, and warranted. janl S ly fl. M. AKEKOYD ARCHITECT, &c., PUBLIC SQUARE, OVER BERRY'S STOORE, .Nashville, Tennessee. PLANS, Elevations, Sections, and full sized detail Drawings of every part of city and private resi dences, with entire specifications, &c., as made by tbe best New York and English Architects. oct!6 ly. SNUFF AND TOBACCO. Peter Lorillard, MASiCrACTURSR NO. 42 CHATHAM STREET, NEW YORK, SUCCESSOR of Pntb & Gtosos Lokilupd, olTersfcr sale all kinds of SNUt-F and TOltACCO.S in general use. for particulars, a raicx udbbext ctn h obtained bv addressing as above. This Establi-hment is one of the oldest of the kind in the Units! States. may20 ly ABBJ.X coxLsr. a L. JOUNSON CONLEY & JOHNSON, Successors to McClure A Moore ) No. 10 It road, and No. Oi .South Mnrket St., asiiviue, lcnn. KEEP constantly (tn band all kinds of Cooking and Heating Stoves, plain and ornamental; also. Tin ware, Grates, Ac, Ac Koohngand Spouting done with neatness and despatch. Sheet Iron and Conner work for Boats, Rollintr Mills. Furnaces, Foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap as thecheapest. j'anlS ly. NEW FIRM. WE have this day associated with us in the Grocery Business Mr.'GEO N. CARICO. Tbe btisinesi will hereafter be conducted under the style of RUSSELL A SCOTT A CO. D. W. RUSSELL, mar27 T. J. SCOTT. D. W. nuSSILL. T. J. SCOTT. C. X, CAEICO. RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO,, WHOLESALE.GBOCERS AND C02I2IISSI0N HEBCHANTS, No. 50 BtOADWAY, NaSUVILLB, TaNN'tSSEK. SMAKEIt TABLE MATS. JUST received, Shaker Table Mats, Common Table Mats, Door Mats of every description, for fale at very ow prices by maVM Jiauaui..ID a lllldVM, BUTTER PRINTS. WE hiveju-t received rrom New York a small lot of the above articles, in pound, and half and quarter pound moulds. . ti... . J r l T . j m - m Alois, equate uuu u.ai uinui twu vnopping irays, Wooden Bowls, Ac, Palentand Commm Clothes Pins. may22 M A K.KNZ1K A WII.snv jUOPS AND SCUUBltlM. UKllMlts. JUST recsived Long Hand Scrubbing Brashes, Hair Brooms, Dusting finishes, Mops, Tea Cup Mops, large Clothes Baskets, Clothes Hampers. mayiia JlAOriiSNZIt; A WILSON. FINE PLATED UOOl j. WE have just opened a small assortment of Plated Castors of various qualities, and new and handsome Patterns, which will be sold for small advance upon New York list ALSO, Plated Spoon?, Forks, Tea 8poons, Cnps, Can dlesticks, Ac, &c All of which w.ll be old at very low prices. may22 MACKENZIE A WILSON. ALABAMA LOTTERY Authorised by tho State of Alabami.J SOUTHERN' MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY I CLASS E NEW SERIES. To be drawn in the City of Montgomery. Alabama, in pub nw, ou muuuai, juij i, iSut, on tne Havana Plan! SAMUEL S IV ANN, Manager. PRIZES AMOUNTING TO 205,000 Dollars ! will'be distributed according to the following Msgniflcent 30.000 NUMBEKs is.cno PHI7PS f Pnie of. (3.",C0o is $ J5.000 " 10,0t0 is 10,000 " 5000 is 5,000 - is " l.40Jis " 1,11.0 is " l.POOii . 2,000 . 1.200 . 1.100 . 1,000 9o0 800 S0j is 800 is 620 is 100 is... 620 10 . 2, COO 100 100 i 10.000 4 prizss tl ii(o approximating to JS5.0C0 priie are tSOO 4 150 30.W0 600 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 id 400 15000 100 SO 70 50 40 SO "1 ii 20 10 D,l'0 2,000 1,200 1,100 1,000 900 soo 620 200 100 ' 400 " 230 14 200 160 " 120 " 112 " 8s ' 8u0 4.000 127,500 IS.fiyo prizes amounting to $205,000 ino i.-yjw rrizes oi sj are determined Dy me num ber which draws the SS.OOo p izs if that number should be an odd number, theneverv odd r.-'mber ticket in tbe Scheme will be entitled lo J3 50; if an even number. then eveiy even number ticket will be entitled to 3 CO in anuuion 10 any other priza which may oe drawn. Purchasers in buvin? an cnual anantitv of odd and even number tickets will in certain ot drawing nearly one halt the cost of the same, with chances of obtaining other prizes. tT" Remember thatvery priza is drawn, and payable in full without deduction. tif &l prizes cf ,M,0CO and under, pld immediately after the drawing other prizes at the uaual time of thirty aays. Al communications strictly confidential. The drawn nurscers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately af. ter the drawing. WHOLE TICKETS. $10: HALVES 5; QUARTERS, $2K- Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at either office. Orders for Tickets can be addressed either to S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Ga , junel orS. SWAN A CO , Montgomery, Ala., or J. Y. UUG'ilNS, Box. 8 Nashville. GEORGIA LOTTERY! By Authority of the Stale of Georgis. FORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY. CLASS 17, To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on Jiu.iuai, juiy zs, laoo, ou loe Havasaa Plan IiOttery 2 SAM L 5 -VAN & CO.. M-naoer3. PRIZES AUOUNTINO to 102,000 BOLLB.RS ! will be distributed according 'o the following magnificent scheme. Every other T.'cket sure to Draw a Priie ! 30,000 Nnmbere 15,190 Prizes! ! 1 Priza of.. .120,000 is... ...10,000 i3... ... 1,000 is... ... 1,000 is.., ... 400 are. ... 220 are., 80 are., 120,000 . 10,000 . 1,000 . 1,000 . 800 410 800 i do do do do do do i i 2 2 10 100 do 50 are.. 5,000 i Prizes of (200 Approximating tof 20,000 prize, ore SOO 4 ICO 10,100 400 8 8 8 40 50 40 CO 1,000 400 220 400 120 240 800 80 15,000 4 amounting to 60,000 15,190 Prizes, amounting to $102,000 iue lb .uoo razes ot ti are determined Dy the num ber which draws the 220.000 if that number should be an odd number, then every odd ticker in the Scheme will be entitled to (4 ; if an even number, then every even number ticket in the Scheme will be entitled to 14, in additirn to any other Prize which ibe ticket may draw rnrcnasers in During an equal quantity ol odd and even number tickets will be certain tf drawing nearly half the cost of tbe same, with chances of obtaining other Priz s. f-t Kemember that every Pnzs is drawn. and payable in fall wiihout deduction. GT All Prizes of 1.000 and under, paid immediately after the drawing other prizes at the usui! time of thirty days. All communications strictly conhdentlal. The drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately af ter the drawing. TSIZZ OT TICKETS. WHOLES, $5 00; HALVES, $2 80; QUARTER5, $1 25. Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other ucxetsat either office. Address J. Y. HUGGINS, Box 8, Vathville. Orders lor Tickets can be addressed eiih;r to a SWAN A CO, Atlanta, Ga. jane27 tf or S. S -VAN, Montgomery, Ala. MORE PRIZES THAN RLANKSI 5,031 Puzes. 86o,ooo : 10,000 Numbers Only ! GRAND SPECULATION FOR A SMALL IN VESTMENT I IMPROVEMENT OS THE APPKOVED HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY. JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY L0T1ERT ; BY AUTHORITT OF THS STATE OF GIOECIJ. CLASS O. To be drawn JULY 16th, 1856, at Concert Hall. Macon. Ga,. underSwom Superintendence of CoL Geo, M. Logan and Jas A. Nisbet, Esq. This Lottery is drawn on the I'lan ot the Koyal Lottery of Havana of Single Numbers; this has only 10,000 Numbers and the Havana Lottery S4.000 numbers tbe Jarana 249 Prizes this 5,031 Prizes. Look to your inter est I Now is the time. CAPITAL 87,500. 1 Prize of i7.5t.-o ia J7.500 1 " 8.OU0 is 8,000 2,000 is 2,000 1,000 are 8,000 500 are 2,6u0 100 are. 2 00 ...1.. 3 are 40,000 081 Prizes, amounting lo $50,000 tST Ticket. 110: Halves. 5; Qairtes, fZ 50: Prizes payable without deduction. Ids rersenB sending money Dy man neea noi tear us being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Comoiunica tlons confidential. Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. Drawing Bent to all ordering Tickets. EEf Those wishing particular numbers should order immediately. The 5,000 Prizes of ?3. are determined b7 the drawingof the Capital of $7 500 ; if the Number that draws the Capi tal is an even Number, those Tickets ending with 0. 2,4, 6. are entitled ta3: it an odd aumDer those iicxeu ending with 1, 3, 5, 7, tf, are entitled to f 3. Address, j Aiico r ni.ucn, june23 Manager, Macon, Ga. Hemp Factory For Sate or Kent. THE undersigned offers for sale the tract of Land, and Uemn Factory, heretofore occupied by Mr. John My- era. and worked by Myers A takm. The tract contains about 130 acres of I and, all well timbered with the excep tion ol about 25 acres, and well suited for cultivation, when cleared a port;on of it admirably adapteu for mead ow. There is upon it a neat Dwelling House with all con veniences for a family. The Factory buildings are new, and most substantially built suitable lor running four Looms, All tbe machinery is of the most improved kind the manufacture ofMr. Jno. Estessf Lexington has been little used. and ready to be put into imr ediate operation. The Factory is locAted in the best hemp growing region of Tennessee, equal to any nnrtinu nf Kentnckvand ea.iv of access to the best bsffirit fir and rope market in the world, tc-wit: tbe upper portion ol the lennessee alley. The ugdersigned not being a practical manufacturer, sells to clotethe business A tine oppot tnnity is here offer ed to an active energetic man to go into a profitable busi ness. Reasonable terms will be asked, and any length cf ;ime given, wiihsecunty, and a lien retained, leaving the buyer the use cf his cash. Address me at wart race Depot, lean. may2 eotf JNO. R. EAR IN. P. S If not sold by the 1st September will be rented. NOTICE. THE Stockholders of the Citizen a Coal Company are re quested to make payment to the amount of iheir stock subscribed when called on or thev will forfeit their arount of stock. G. B. YANNOY, julylS -'CTv. TRr.FfiitAr II. THE Augusta, Atlanta and Nashville Telegraph Line is now working through to Augusta, Ga., where it cou nt eta with other Lines running North, East and South This Line is now in good repair through from Nashville to Augusta ma we expect to seep i - . -.j..,.. . in hi.i;.. forth i3 Line, through in the shortest time possible, and expect, to be able to give ganeral satisfaction. C. (J CLUTK. Snp't may ib u UAROUC1IE FOK oAbrJ Uii JiXCUANCE. A GOOD second hand BAron3se for sale cheap, or w.ll be givea in part pAyment for a good Buying Lot, jnn.24-lm. J. h. A B- SWEEPSTAKES OVER THE NASHVILLE COURSE. FOB OCTOB ER, 1853. TUESDAY, Oct 21,1351. Sweepstakes inr i vtarolds (200 subscription, $100 forfeit. Two mile biats; tbr-eormore to mike t, race; to close the lit day of Jaly, 1858, $3u0, added by the Club, t two or more start Second Race--Same-Day S wet p stakes for 3 year olds, f 100 entrance ?5" forfeit. One mile heats oe nor to make a -ace; to close 1st July. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22 Jockey Club Purse S50 two mi;e heats. Second Race Same Day SveepsUkes for 2 year o!dj $10o entrance $25 forfeit. Mils out, 8 or more toiatk. a race: lo close 1st Julv THURSDAY, Oct 23 Sweepstakes for 8 jetr olds, f 200 entrance $50 forfeit. Two mil heat. Thrse or more to mai a race; to close 1st July. Second Race Sweepstakes for alt ages. J2C3 eatranc-s tlO forfeit Mile beats. Two or mora to casks a race: to close lbt July. FKIOAY, Oct 21 Jockey Club Puna JSCO-lirao mile hea-s Second Rice Swepstikes for all ages. $200 entranc $50 forfeit Two mils beats. Two or mo3 to make a race: to close 1st July. SATURDAY, Oct 25-Jockey Club Purse 3O0-fjur mile beats. Second Race S tveeos'akes for untried R TernIdL" tsaa entrance $50 forfeit. Three or more to make simk to close 1st July. - " W-.J-EHILUPSt Jnnel9 dtf Propriebr. SI A M M O T H LIVES? STABLE. 1HAVE t-ken.and will hereatttr keep the MAMMOTH LIVERY STABLE, on Market tr-t. harstnfora kont by Noel A Blakemore. Horses and Carruurat farniatua at all hours and at reasonable prices. ooarumg corses taxea on reason ahle lerms. JEaSE J. EVERETT. Nashville. May 25. 185 ly. Strayed, FROM the subscriber, some ten oays since, pacinz BAl PONY, with lonrr black rMC'&A and tail, inclined to be stiff in the hind legs, aad-323 uu"j uia itu we oeiiere; running water ana siijnuy A liberal rewird will be paid for big return. jnne!7 tf JOHNSON. HORNB A CO. $100 Reward. I.J AJiAWAY Irom the residence ot MJor A. B. jlii aionigomery, tnrre miles tiom Nashville, on . . : . L ii 1 r I . " . uiuruiog, iue .uuoijuje, m L, a negro ' wnman. named MARY, of dark coddm color nt between 26 aud 80 years of ace rather over th. mSmS; size, and ot tine appearance rather pleasant coonteeaaee, front teeih very bad. She was raised m or near Bowlm Green, Ky , and was brought to this city and sold about two months since by James II Jackson, ef the neighbor hood of Bowline Green. She baa a free ha, bind In Ru ling Grten, and also several children, belonging to gen. tlemen in or near Bowling Green, and will doubtlese it tempt to get back there and from there to a free Slate. I will civa the above, reward for her acnreheciian uj dejivery 'to me at my effice in Nashville. Tnn. lune it il will L BOJ D. Ja. $100 UEIVAKU. STOLEN from the subscriber, near the Penitentiary, oa the nizht ot Ihe 1th inst. a hO AN MARE. S vn old, 15 or 16 hands high, one fore foot and one hind foot wnite, ootn tore nocti split and knees scarred. She is a very valuable mare and in fine condition. ALSO a BROWN MAKE MULE. 5 years old. about as high as the Mare. There are no marks recollected except a small lump on her left shoulder, aoout the size of a mn ble. the was recent! r Durchaaed from W. B. Elliiton . and is also in tins order. I will "ire $50 for the thief 225 for the Mars and t?5 for tbe Mule. june7 tf PETFR BFGATZY RUNAWAY 7R0M tbe subscriber on tbe 1st day of Jnlv a nesro JL! Boy, named HENRY, of copper color. 5 btt 4 ches high, 15 years old, and weighs about 120 pound, e was raised in cast Tennessee, netr MsMinnvllI. Ha will probably make his way back there I bocghc h'ta from Mr. Terry ot East Tennessee. I n ill give ten dollars if be is caught in my n ighborhood, twenty-fire dollar if taken out of Ue txuoty. or fifty dollar if he rets to Eixt Tennessee. When taken he is to be delivered tc me. or confined so that I can get him. DAVIu M. ALLEN J t seven miles south of aanTilIe, Tenn, Escaped ROM the residence of th subscriber, near the 1 J? city, a BAY MARE, ab nt 14 hands high, jcarv ouui. wiiq neavy diuce maue tan and. foretcp, one or both hind feet white She has the oppeirance of being Canadian, and ia a natural and lest picer. A liberal reward will be paid for infuimatioa about ber W. B. JAYLhSS.' julf2 8td4tw. STRAYED OK STOLEN FROM the subscriber, on Tnel y 17 h. a large BAT HORSE, about 1 6 bands b gh y or 10 j em o d , black mane and tail, shod ail round, one hoof aomewhat cracked, and a small sink between ribs, appearand; a gore. A liberal reward mil be paid for his recovery, or any fa. formation so thatl can get him JNO J. McCAN je2S 2w No. 8 South Sommer arret-. Nah villa SALES AT ALCTMN THEcndersigned will attend to the sale of Real Estate, Personal hrope-ty, Groceries, Dry Goods. Stock. Aa. Will attend and self stocks of Nashville Building Lea Association, City Building and Loan Asociation. and the Mechanic's Building acd Loan Association, at ill the sale meetings ot the respectve Associations The lung experience of the undersigned in the Auction Busin-u be trusts will be suffij eat guarantee that all busi ness entrusted to him will be promptly and avtisbctorllr conducted. ' Office at the Merchants ExcMnge. College street apm7 - tf E. D FARNSWORTHE. TO TUE CONSUMERS OP CORN J4EAL UT NASUVILLE. I HAVE started a Mill in the city, and will keep on hand, fresh Meal, at No 107, Sooth Summer street All orders attended to, and will sell at the lowest ebb price, and will deliver to customer in any pirt of Olj city. J. W. CARD WELL, mayia tf Agent ec Siscelsior" ! I AT the great trial ot Agricilinral Implemjnts In Nub villa on tbe 4tb, Sib. and 6ih or June, 185S, THE "EXCELSIOR CORN OuB MILL" WAS AWARD ED THK HIUHEST Pit EMI CM, as will appear from the following extraet from the report cf the committee They Sky "Of Corn and Cob Crushers there were 8 entries, bat in consequence of some accidental breakage, only two made trials. 1. Fxcelsior by J. 7. Bildwln (Leayitt'a Patent) 2. Joj ce's Star Mill, by B. S. Weller. Little Giant, by O.H.Anderson. Both tte-e Crushers are constructed on similar mechani. cal principles, and nse about the same power; but tbe judges gave the premium to Baldwin's Mill It seemed to have more capacity in a given time, but its chief superiori ty consists in il h.ving moveable lings, which coruttlute tbe grinding suriace, and of coarse tne wearing ssrfaoe. Thee grinding surfaces are cost iron, ana con be re newed readily and at little cost. This gives more dura bility for less money.' Tne above Mill, for Crushing Corn and Cobs, or grind ing meal for amily use. is furaia bed all complete, triVi two pair of grinding ring which, tnalsi it equal to tin miUt, at tbe low price of $ 0.U0. Address JAMES a BALDWIN A CO., e27 6mtwAw 87 College street Nashville Term. MANNY'S CELEBRATED COMBINED REABEEU AND MOWER, WITH WOODS' IMPE0VZSIEST. FIRST GRAND SILTER MEDAL For the best Reaper and Mower at the Paris World' Fair Exhibition, 1355, awarded to John H Manny, and ihe Machine Purchased by Prince Napoleon i I HAVE on hand and for sale toe ubove Machines. They received the premiums at the State Fairs in New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticatts, Kentucky, and at Gallatin and Nashville in this State, and havegivenuniversalsatisfaction throughout Middle Tens, where some fifteen of them have been used in the last two years. Price 150 delivered in Nashville. janl2-tf B. F. CHEATHAM. COPARTNERSHIP. THE Copartnership of PERKINS, CAMPBELL A CO. of this city, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, either of tbe copartners bavin? the use of the name (it the firm in liquidation. W.M. PERKINS, W. B. CAMPBELL New Orleans, Dec. 6, 1855. SAM'L P. WALKS K ON retiring from the Commission Business we return our thanks to our friends and patrons, and cheerfully recommend our successor and lata partner, W. M. Perkins as altogether worthy of the confidence and patronage. W. B- CAMPBELL, SAM'L P. WALKER.. PHE General Commission Business heretofore cenduct 1 ed by PERKINS, CAMPBELL A CO , will be. con tinued without iaierruption. by W.M Perkins, under the, style of. fd13-lyl PERKINS A CO THREE THOUSAND ACRES HEAVILY" TLUHERED LAND FOR SALE. THE undersigned ofTerforf aletbiee thousand sere Of tbe best imber Land contiguous lo NshviIIe. It ,s situated be?ond Paradise Hill on the road leading frrtn Nashville to Clarksville; and irtpoint of abundance of &am timber, water, and other dcilnies offers inducement, to these wishing to engage in a he ivy lumbor business, that wo venture to assert, cannot be surpas ed by any other lo cation in Teunetee. To a purchaser who wiahes to en gage in the lumber business and bas the capital aoQeient to erect mills, this lard will be sold up-n .such terms and with snch facilities as will enable him to pay for it ia fif teen months; or it will be sold npon accommodating terms to an, ether purchaser. Also, THREE THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, well watered and timbered with some improvem-nts. which will be divded into tnets to snitpurchA ersand sold upoa, accommodating terms. Fur information io regard to the above lands, toly'o Mr E.B. Girrettatthe Sewanee Hoote or to the undfr signed at Kidae Poit Office, Oavidion Connty.TeoDrmq June E-ecAw." W. T. GARaETT A BK0&. Ma