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COTSTT JUDGE DIST&ICr MAGISTRATES.
Election Kami-Jay, May 3, 1850.
mi cocitr iODOn.
yXGEN'E UNDERWOOD. W. A. GLFXN.
GEO. B. GOOD W IV. JAg. WHITWORTIL
JOHN O. FEKGCPOV. T. D. MOSKLEY.
ma iiiTiTi piHTmrr in 1.
JME . MKMlOAjJ DAVID II. WARE.
HCGII CARROLL. R. G. RIVKS.
JOS. I.. iAKKKL. IMlAM DYER.
jo in corbct:.
Saturday Moraing, March 22, 1856.
The American Party of Davidson County will
hold a Public Meeting in the City of Nashville
On Monday, April 7th, 1058,
for the purpose of appointing delegate! to a Dis
trict Convention to nominate a Candidate for
Presidential Elector for this Congressional Dis
trict. Kirrr nutl st -amboat !kre.
Tbe CufiiberLmd i still rt;ceiin. There are now
bout forty inches watrr mi the shoals. There wn
a ililit fall of iaiu TliurJay niglit enough to take
tlie volatility out of tlie dut.
The Salli Went is in port from Saint Louis, for
which place departs to)ny. W'e are indebted
to her lor Si. Louis papa a of the 1 8th. The Inltl
"Kivrr Ikto siill fHitijr, mid getting quite low
aaiti between thin loinf, ami taiio. No news from
tlie Iili!ioior L'ppt-r M i-inr;ippi, but a the wealhrr
has turncii warmer we may look for thftn both to
peu before Is. tig. Vf!sT'J large tnaSnes of ice
were floating pnt the city at interval, and tlie sup-po-ition
wa that it came ftoiu the Misnirttippi above
Alton, and the great cuhmh of ice above th. re wojld
ooii follow, a it ia gt-ltiiijr quite rotleu under the
influence of the warm uu."
Tha Cuba, for I'uducah, and the Clint for Mem
phi, departed j oler Jay.
The Aleohia ia in port but will not leave before
Tbe John BAl, A lull and HarUrifle, are also in
The I'mpirc, from Bi ll's Coal Mines, with a cargo
of coal, arrived Ui-l uil.l.
The Cumberland, Capl. Hrooki", one of the Itest
light draught boat- afloat, departs to-morrow for
New Orleans. r-.eripen oing down the rinr,
and wishing a fpeetly and agreeable voyage, will
find the Cumberland tlie boat for tlicni.
tW. Lke WiiirE, j , of Lonisville, piili-n-r
of4- While Cv titerfr'U Uctir," a
monthly ji'uriml, hihI tin- "LoninriUe lienor
r,v a weekly limine al atxl otiiitinerciiil pfj'er,
H on a viit to Na-liville f-r the nii Ntne .f
f Mcrt-aHiig ti e ci'fulM'ioii of liin very valuable
jiiilji-ati'uw. Tlie tw, tiige'lier with n Coin
Manual Ob.ir'; hi- bi-nt to i-ii!i.-.critf is for 3
Mr. WmiK ix ftVo tlte spent of a ciMnpany
ill New Yolk, ;ilnl i prepared to furiii-li liatik
ri"te etirrav itig'4 of ilie. let ttUle. He lias
villi liitu ".-pecimeiiH of bank note, drafts,
cei li!icntci of dcpi!it, tkc, which liave been
engraved I v tbin eonipjiny. In this collection
t!icve are many new !ie.a and dei;iis, which are
exceedingly neat and Iatelul, einiueiilly arti.i
tic and iuiiitituhlt?
Coal. A piod artie!.- of c'.ial rati !e b'inglit
of C'mI. II i:j:lie.-, of tho hteaiiur I'mpirt, at
tw'enty and twenty-five rents per bushel.
Tltoso vvlioave in w;i!it, flionld j,l!y irntne
3iately. ! v ir ar.iu ii I ranvil mp:inr
Gen. Wiilki r's Nii-rau'iati (J overnnient
li:n jr.t'il.-il to IvliiMiid lt.imloljili, Kstj.,
(a lawyer from -New Orleans, ) a charter 1
for a Transit C' ii,j :i uy .
Cj"l"f C ii' e,fl i''r-.vvi the (,)rrrnme'it of
SirnraijUii nud 11, mini h'a,Jo'jh and his
The KepuMie of Nienriitriia eedes to Senor
IMmntlil Khii'I"!ii liU iiKwieiaf cd tlie el
elusive r ijj I . t nid privilege tor tlie term of
t went v -fi it- tail Iroin llie!a!eof tlii agree
ment, to tiaiiKport Mid convey through the
territory by one iu'c, p;iMip-rg nnd freight,
from tlie feirt of Sm .lu.iti del Norte, in Niea
tagna, mid tlie p"it of Sun Juuu del Sur, or
any other port more p'ac! li able, at the option
if ill ceM-ioimries.
The ceMotiiies oM gnte ihemelven lo pay
tlie govenuiiet;t of N icirngii.t one tlollar fur
-ery p:.-seuger ih.y traiport or convey
llll'ough I lie liTi'itol'y o' tbo IlepilbllC.
All l lie iirtieV-!- wloeli the ceHsionai ie need
for the it-e of the rou'e, tliey udopt willi the
object of tr.-iii-jMiriii g mengei8 iid freight,
to be admitted free from dune-; but the cen
M'Hiirie have n t the riglit lo imHrt into the
leriloiy of the ICepii'die me' c'indi-e or ol ber
nrtie'eti nf eommero- for f ah-or I hi ter wiili
utt paving tlie etalililied rule for (he came.
Tlie Kepubl.c concede" to the use of Concei
pionaries home of tl.e iti.eullivaU'd lands in the
icinily of ibepoi's, n.er-, hihI hike of the
tranhit wliit h ihey i.iny find tieceMiry for tlie
fstaliliHluiulit of woik-boph, ollicea. tc, not
ti exe ed ten H ii, l land at any nint.
The llepubl C slipnlaU-a that all the vetselii
fltid steamer of t he Ct -sioii.ti ies, and tall tbe
merchandise, lands, inads, hihiiii aci ur s; all
t-jcli things belonging to the cession nne", or
pasengeiH trancporied on this route, from one
to (he o' her, are l'rev from all classe ol
dutieti and imposts, nnd ale s cured and pro
tected from nil dotciii ion or inieri upr ii;ii on
the part of the (oveu-meiit.
Tlie conotia: ie coiinui-t to establish within
fit mofiibs from the lime of this ngt cement, a
line of i Ten ii kteattieia between l lie city ol
New York nt.d ti e S.i ii Jo tn del Norte, in Nic
aragua, and the eliy of San Francisco nnd
tlie I'm t of SiiU del Sur. in Nicaragua, or su:b
other point on tbe l'.-ieilic and t maintin the
trnlli.: during tbe term of this agreement.
In caeibe line i intei i iijiied by any tinfore
Koeti disaster, ihe ee intiai ies oblignle tbem
nlve to reorganiic tl.e hi.e in a like manner
lie quickly as po-s.b'e. If, in the judgment
of tl e (ioveriiiiui.t, the compitiiy cannot
fomply wild ibe xgi i i ii, ii!f, through inca
jacty, tbey have tl.e right prior lotheinves
t igHtji'ii of he cai?e, to iiiinull or nispelid the
the I'osMM-ions of il.i loiitraeL
Article The ee.-'louariea ill'eate them-
pelves -o ceiniluct in tlii ir steuii:boals tt'I the
tMtiplottesof ll.e (loVei innent Htd the oorrc
Mindelits d the country, both going and em
11 g. and alxt ll.c.r troops In n rupined, with
out eiactu g any iiiiK'ii.uilicjiion whattvei.
rr jm the fat irjajf Eienlaj fart,
My tint iln ! v. rv Ijrtt wnh roa,
I'm aure y m !. 1 1 i o d M li,
1111 e ffin'bll f Vvrt v.Ovl Intll
la "tirn n J- i:lumi iu
tv ae-oi J' n i-ar tt' n
Mu K H.o.e ih .- .' . r . t
klvahotr'a . r. ; rr 'T r.n-r,
Viivilt AjUil I!ih.iii lit Jkj.
K h ihr N'amhrl.le Ps'riet.
Bttr, yrr Br.t, Han t, ti fti wltti e vkt.
And a j a- auic y dtu It.
J Jo puur. It dJ, uuld h uht aitala
if luied lu i.a atllH-ai it.
Tir aea't.d d. uStlrat la a Cuy,
L.'ed n.ura ihaa into a dajr,
Fjc tea r eoffue, a yo rbonae
Tour whvlr, tL ttrraa Ciraf Mj.
wmw. a. aiaarrr
WOOLS & MEEEITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
' Office X. 19 Cherry suml
- 'flniit i i it hmSMSf'm' "tWa. nS if 1 i
Sir. rillmere In Plilladelphlau
- Wednesday evening 13th incL Concert Hall in
Philadelphia was crowded by those of tbe citixens
of that city "friendly to the election of Fillmore and
DooeUoD, who join no party that does not carry
the flag and keep step to the music of the Union."
About ti o'clock, John P. Sanderson, Esq .called the
meeting I order and lion. John At. Scott was ciio
een as President. A large number of Vice Presi
dents and lite usual number of Secretaries were
Tbe Preaident, on taking the ch .ir made a short
address, staling the "platform" upon which the
meetii g rested. It waa not a meeting of any polia
ikal organization, but ehnply a gattieiing of those
who weie willing to trust the ship of S'.ate to the
guidance of Fillmore and Donelsou in the present
periloua crisis ol National affdirs.
in yieldii g your support to these gentlemeu, yon
do not coiumil yourselves to any recent declaration
of principles of any pirticular party. You will act
only as ci'.iz.-us of this great K -putilic coming to
Iter aid in an hour t darkness. I ou require no I
other "plailoim ' than the "country ana me Cowsa
luiiou." (Loud and long-continued cheering.)
Hon. Chas. Gibbons ih -n came forwar i, and after
tbe applause which greeltd his appearance bad sub
sided, proceeded to read in a loud aud clear lone,
1. He.ntJ.wd, That the citizens of Philadelphia,
now conveinu in general meeting, without regard to
party name acting in no other character than that
of American freemen, aud with no ol j ct but the
well.ire of our country, do herebv adopt as our
Candidates for the Presidency and ViceaPresideucy
of the United States, Millard Fillmore, of New York,
aud Andrew J. Donelson, of Tennetee; and we
earnestly recommend them to the support of the
friends of domestic trauquiliiy, and of all who be
lieve that tbe interests of tiie coumry demand a
consei vaiive President, who patr ioLisin, like that of
the Fathers of the Republic, embraces every sec
tiou of tbe Union, and who wv ill follow tliir footsteps
in his administration of the (lOvcrtiment.
1. ReuAoid, That the public career of Mr. Fill
more, as a Representative iu Congress and as Chief
of the Nation, recommends him to the favor and
co I fi.leirfe of the Auieiican people, as one who will
meet tbe requirements of tbe times, and of whom
each vo'er may declare, in the words of Henry
Clay "The foundation of my prefei ence is, that
Mr. Fillmore has administered the Kiecuuve Gov
ernment with signal success and ability. lie has
been tried aud found true, faithful, honest and con
scientious." A thorough American, who will re
sin by all just and lawful means the encroachment
of foreign influence, and the shipment of foreign
paupers and criminals to our shores the tried
li ieuds of Agriculture, Manufactures and Commerce,
and of such Constitutional measures as are needful
to encourage and promote their growth; a citizens
of unsullied character and a statesman without r
proach, every American may hail his elevation to.
the Presidency as a liiuinpli of virtue aud a just re
ward of Patriotism.
3. Utmlvtd That Andrew J. Donelson, in his re
pudiation of the putty now in power, lias proved
himself lo be a worthy pupil of Gin. Jackson, who
preferred the intere is and welfare of the UuioQ
above all party ties; and lias entitled himself to our
warm and undivided support by his patriotic adher
ence to the high example of that illustrious man.
4. lUtoletd, That whatever minor differences of
opinion may exibt, aiuotg those assembled on this
occasion, they cordially concur, in a firm resolved,
to diiwountenaiiie nil itttiriial dux hmohk and rcli un
til ay'i'atiitH for mure jn lian utioe. Adopting
the sentiments and parting words of Washington,
we say to our countrymen, that "the unity of gov
eminent wl.i.h constitutes us one people, is the
main pillar in the edifice of our real independence,
th? sujomt of our tranquility at home and of our
sufety und prospeiity and of that very liberty we
so highly pri.. Il is of infk.ite moment that we
should pinpeily eMiunttu the immense v.due ol ihe
National Union to our collective and individual
happiness, that we should cherish a cordial, habit
u.il, and immovable si t n hinenl to it, accustoming
oursdves to think of it as the palladium of our
political sahly and piosptii'V, watching for its
preset v a ion n n J alous anilely, discountenancing
whatever liny suggest even a su-picioii that it can
in any event be abaudoued, and indignantly frowning
upon the l.'ist di a ning of every attempt to alienate
any poitioil ol our country lr. ni the its., or to
enfeeble the sacred ties which now link together the
vai inus parts."
'1 he reading of the resolution was frequently
intci t upte 1 by applause, which grew more emphatic
with eveiy paragraph lead by the speaker. Stirring
speeches ie made by lite lloo. llenrv .V Fuller,
lion. Jacob liroom, Hon. llenrv J. Moore, aud
U'ui. U. liaker, K.-q Mr. Broom said:
" f l.e anti-Nebraska men, he s told, are going
to leave the American party. He thanked God for
it. They had told him he could not carry a single
State. II- would show them. Pennsylvania had
never falteied. She would not falter now lie spoke
for her for Filimoie and Donelson. Philadelphia
had always stood dun for the luiou, and could
not aflbui to lose fu r character. He called upon
them to make a grind rally 1st for Fillmore; .'d.
for forielson; ami 3J, for the Constitution!" His
clo-iug remaiks were greeted with the most
In th course of Iih remarks Mr. Baker aid :
"I be an offset to the accusation in regard to
Mr. Iionelso'i'a consistency. Il is n nut for the
"favoiite son," and is his opinion Uttered at Lancas
ter, fnty )eais ho. The speaker Jieie r-ad the
following extract from an (nation delivered liv the
Hon Ja H.iehanan, on the 4'h of July, 181.1, in
the Pity of Lancaster: "Above all, we ought to
dr ive from our short s foreign influence, nnd cherish
Anieiicsu feeling. Foreign influence has lieen in
every sgc the cuise of Republics its ji.undieed
eye sees ever) thing iu false colors Tha thick
atmosphere of prtjudice tiy which it is ever sur
rounded, excluding from iu sight the light of rea
son." The reading of the rltruet was interrupted by
shouts of laughter.
The meeting adjourned at quarter past ten
o'clock, with three limes, three, full, clear, strong
ami lieartv cheers for Millard Fillmore and Andrew
JVo. -IS I'uhlic Square,
Va tiAVb ju-r shuvki) oca
H'iii Dry C(ods
To wliicli we again respectfully rail the itteotimi of the
Jl U . 13 O U G L A S,
I ? Vi otcsale 2fealci
No. 54, Public Square, Kashville, Tenn.
PRIKG WSUMMER STOCK.
PA CKA CKS A SSOlCTJiI) M KUCHA SI 'SK.
I lUVfc HkO m n an.l won'.! i ft", r to II e Trade a larpe
1 and M tlr.ii able tk t.f Xr an. I Hraut rul OOOtlJi.
Ti e t I. Cuiiihc-I ol an rxirndid vnnrtjt . f Forrin
ul born-tin! Ii y iMK'., ri.i', Mioei aud brecabs, Uau,
lli'fint t, t ii.hrt'laa, I'araroU, te , c.
Tlirsr (.rxi.ln were urchawd Willi tl.e aid of lurjr eX-
iriir and leady nxmry, and en.l r- a rrl nun.tx-r ol
vrry ilira) ly nought .rucle , .'ni:rirly luiird to tlx de
mand, A e
fi.r reil lr f eyninit, I ' -hwlt retlure i't fl' isvrral jter
nui. u. d r il.r totur iu.n m nl :t.c li. ut, btraWye 1 tau
aQtitd tn di mi.
Mtrt lii.1 U l o may driire to narr! aie DomI at cl
prirr-, ..r ).n nipt .'Jiiu nl tan .ion ole their luieml Ij
uiakiiiir orl. rtna.i Irvra tl .it u li. j Ci.t t.
Maicli li-lm I! V. IiOL'. LAS
SPRING GOODS FOR 1856,"
-Lt w liolooalo.
L. B. FITE CO.,
t. t oi.i.i ;i: s i.,
tE m.w KlTn.nt lo lie Indr a nrw and bau.l-cme hue
if prill K lioodt, at prcea lo air .th tab ai d
hort tinir, and ih.y rm-.ti u..l rrrn t.iit .urliaiii
In Vil ti ir tu rail t ai ly ul rni.ni n- t! r I.m A. Is par tin
ui.r c -I .1 e.it.on 10 a I. rjc I.Uv ol L'oari'li Ht in U
a id l.a tis-' l r- lji L. umcl.s lm
MORGAN & CO.,
NO. ii) VVMAC S QUAKE,
Vft . recivn.c He LAUt.LT and by Ul tbe aioal
ils.il tux A of
srArts AND rANCY
D RY GOODS
r.r I t.Hj. U i. u.u rniM, aid ta whleh liiry Invite IK.
UruLa . ( purx ha eaarel t
EVANS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Drv d'ocus, tVc
V .ll'lt I I'
....... . aaa.a
K are aow thwnu.y n M( pr9 M.rbta MirvkvtaM,
Kwth Mde ul the fubtic maa.r. a tf Um awS da-
airanl. u- or M4. and aacj irj oM., U.ta, IWaaeia,
lailiit Iu, I'araauia, A
t n m ur,haard r Ceaala aad-r tbe awt taverablf
e reutmun rt, we arr rc.ad to Sr luaatxowaU l eaer.
chaj ! .u-u o citjf.aad rrtrrCul'v auUc I thre leglve
' uca aa rimuaauoa kkm pvrrUmm.ag eiarwaeta.
He wauid caii epaciai atiai.ia to war atacl af LadJea
Dr toa, lwabeU, K.UwAa, atanLca, Ae
-,rt" KWAMB A C.
UB1J. T r d Uulleta, pal a? lo Vaeirrrl ttyle, la
BHU Pva'a aWAuee CriMtwd ar, la etaie ad 1
' lJ W. U. tiukbtUH A CO.
I'.l.' ft A I. tilu k. la ui.ii t. I
.J eaw beav Uaaajr 1144-1. Jn aimead eaa be
. W. H. UuLlHJ A CO. -
Reports Farniibed by the Assedated Press.
Louisville, March 21. River unchanged. Ar
rived yesterday Steamboat "IG." Departed Mag
nolia. - '
Ham bubo, March 6. Admiral Wataon tailed
Kiel. lie has ordered a fleet to assemble off
Moar Island to commence a renewal of the block
ade of Russian porta.
The Persia brought 100 passengers. She spoke
on the 9th instant, eff Cape Clear, to the steamship
Canada from Boston.
The ship James Baines arrived at Liverpool
from Melbourne with upwards of 90,000 ounces of
CRiJiEA.--Delegatc8 from the two belligerent
armies met to concert measures for carrying out
Frasci. Orders have been received at Mar
seillea for the conveyance of 10,000 infantry and
battery artillery to the Crimea to replace troops
Baltic. The Russians are sending troops in
considerable numbers lo Finland. Also coucentra
Uag a large force around St Petersburg, and
strengthening the barriers near Cronstadt.
An additional insurance has been effected on the
Pacific in Liverpool at 80 per cent.
Ntw iokk, March 20. The Convent Garden
theatre was burned this morning at an early hour,
just at the close of a mask ball under the manage
inent of Prof. Anderson, the wizzard. Nearly all
of the party had left end but few persons were
lightly injured. The destruction of the building
and properties was complete.
The U. S. propeller Arctic sent her report ashore
st Highlands, end after making inquiries again pro
ceeded to sea. She had been cruising between
Sable Island and latitude it. She saw no vestige
of the Pacific or any other wreck all well.
Niw Orleans, March 20. Cotton quiet. Sales
12,000 bales. Nothing after the receipt of the
Persia's news. Sugar 1. Molasses 36. Bbl
Lard 9c. Mixed Corn 48c. Mess Pork (15 75
Sterling 8. Freights dull. Cotton to Liverpool f.
The American State Council at Columbus, Ohio,
after a stormy session, repudiated Fillmore, Done!
eon, and the Philadelphia platform.
Dailv Patriot Orricc. i
Nashville, March 22, 1856. J
COTTOX Market bare, und prices drooping
Sales of 19 bales at 8, 36 at 7js8, 28 at 8, 10 at 7
TUIJACCO Sales at Johnson & Home's, of 4
hhd., at 4.5", 6.30. At A. Hamilton's, 14 hhds.at
5.fK, 5 bO, 5 75, 5.'J5, 4.65, 5.30, 6.65, 4 C5, 6 05,
7.65, 56a, 5.5.', 5 15, 6 00.
FLOUR Bbl. 5.50a7.00; in sacks, according to
quality, 2.50a3.O0 per 10U lbs.
POTATOES Sweet 1 50 per bushel; Irish, 60c
to 1.0' .
WHISKY 22.i2I cents.
UJAR Ci9J. Corn 12al3. Rick 6.
DRIED FRUIT Apples 75aS5. Peaches 1.00
Atlanta, March 18, 1 p. m. Cotton Good de
Bacon ling round lOalfiJ; Sides, rib'd and clear
Hiall; Hams 1 2 ; Shoulders lo. Market well sup
plied. The prospect now is that our commission
merchants will do more in Bacon, Flour, &c, thio,
than any former year.
Lakh In kegs 12, in bl.ls. 10 jal I.
St. Loi is, March 18. Toiucco Salts at Yeat
man ti Robii. son's warehouse yesterday, as follows:
2 hhds. old lues at 6 50a6.70, do. old minufactur.
ing leaf at 10 85, 11.45, 11.75, 13.35; and 2 hhds.
do at 9.3010.20 per lt'O lbs. At the Slate, three
hhds. 6 80, 7.45 ami 8 60 per 10O lbs.
I.rai Sales of 250 and 1000 pigs M issouri soft,
at fl; 50 do. slug at 5 per lb.
Flour Sale of 200 bbls. ciiy supprfinp at 6.60
per bbl. Country sells iu retail lots at about same
Whiut Kales of 250 sacks spring 1.12 ; 800
do st 1 30; 300 do , poor fall, 1.20; 200 do. prime,
1.42; 300 do. 1 45; 15d do , choice, 1.50 per bu.
Corn ash Oats Sale of 75 bugs at 37J, 840 do.
white, 33 cents. OaU, 125 sacks choice at 36; 100
do., 30c, sacks relumed.
Rrr, Ac. Prime Rye 85 cents. Bran 60. Flax
seed I 65.
Bi'CKwiiKAT Sale of 58 sacks at 65 per bushel,
Scmiriks Sales of 90 bales prime Hay at 80 cts
perloolbs; 60 l ags Potatoes at 1.35. 60 bugs
1'eanuts at 4 per lb; prime feathers 38; Beeswax
22; Taliow y10.
UcKNtKs Sale of 2000 prime second hand, 11c,
new do., no Pubs.
Whisky a.'es of 47 and 60 bbls. new, 25 per
Pkovisions So stock. Sale of 67 pkgs Lard,
two lots, tff .8.
N'kw Ori.kans, Monday, March 17, p.m. Cott' H
Owing partly to ihe unfavorable weather and O
the moderate supply, but lit'le has been done, thus
far ibe sales not exceeding looo bales. Later a.
vices from E urope (t t the 5th inst ) are now about
due by thu sieauii-r (jii tker City at New Yotk.
Toiiacco 1 hhd. was sold at 8, and S al 9.
St Oar ami MoLAS.sv.sr?ecejpll( not jet JanJoJ
a d but little doing so far.
Flour The large receipts (nearly S0,0o0 bbls.
since Friday last) hate rendered In I lers anxious to
sell, and as there are some buyers for export, we
look for more ex! n ive operations coon So far,
however, we hear of only one or two am ill sales at
6 5o for good Superfine.
Cokn 4 ooO sacks pi in e white were taken by one
broker al 60, a ib cline of 3 to 4 c'ts since Saturday.
Hat Sales of 171 bales Western, in two lots,
on l!e levee, at 22 5 per ton a further reduction.
Pom Mea retailing at 10.25, and 200 bbls. sold
at less, without inspvetion.
Bacon Sides scarce, retailing at 8, but shoulders
dull at A lot of 2. tierces extra sugar-cured
hams, (Palmetto brand.) brought 12f.
Crfvn Vrat, Dry Sam id A sale of 16 casks
at 5 for shoulders, and 6 for hsms.
WwbKT Small sale of Rectified at 21125.
Rick 41 tierces prime sold st 4J.
CorrKB 200 hags taken at ll- per Ib.
Frkhjhts Cotton to Boston, 13 16
A. J. FRANCISCO,
Miai rcrrana n natLaa n
Hats, Taps and Ladies' Furs,
50. 23 PUELIC EQTJAHE, KASHVILLE, TZ55
SPEIN0 STYLES, 1356,
VhT. ai w refi.lf f..r lnim l!..n at tlie
Luipurium, Nu. :) I ul I c toarr.
The Order of tbe ray is a Fine
JILACK 31()LKSKI. HAT,
Of wti.ch are o b fuunl a I. res aap;ly at
A.J. fKANasCOH HAT RA ZA AT.
.fv Si j lea for Spring,
Psr Men, Hi jt andCh 'Mirn, m.o.iIis of Pasama, Lauaoai,
MabiCib i; ! coal D'aid and Vir' hkom.r..
A J. t KANClCuli U AT tMPO.IICM.
I rrrr.ln.l.d that I have he
Wi'r-H. mi wtU a lomed wita
NEW AND DFHRABIE
la mi Una for the aiu 'laaoa,
and would b plraMtl to till theur
.t o, It Public Sqaare.
NEW STYLES OF SOFT HATS
Of Kxerj Color
And qaalily, which tha pubiie are lavitad eiamioe.
a. .1 r aacl.cu, ho m Pwaie w.
UT K have Jast moitd and have la aUwe. tha foBowtcf
artJo, a.hH-k we "Ul aril efteap M eaJv:
lis'b U MaaB'k Potatiar,
iO paeeartre Star Caiwllea;
i kbla Kartifll H hl.lv;
ti da Old H-rtaa aVa;
1 49 da It re 4n;
d Ame'lcaa Brand ;
a do brwHti.
13 bales VI I li D CVeoae;
ti Mk I' an C.Jor Viaxgar;
a had hhot
varetU tnST.Madr ACO.
FLOUR I FLOUR!!
eynt Hew Trk MUle bve reeowUr pew4 lAe:r IVpot at
1 Um ed Biaad et the rHl Ku,al MiU ha I raaik
CUI(e etret, vttare tbey wilt keep ceaatantljr a haad a
larfe mpfrff of Aaa PVewr p1 eiffaaalt tar faaol t.
Alaw, a ul aM f CabUud fWar, BKtlaul float, Maal
Draa. Aa , An.
TbM Mil bare tnef be bawww la tkleeeaaokwaity aa
aeaiassBf ibe boat Pawr tbat kj brwaafel la Umi eaaraet, aa4
k) M rvejatfea a trt.l M aatkart all wb waal ra1 twmr,
laai IhlM that ularva4 U bay of aa. Tbe alieaill e aVa
ken is pMXkMtatV due. lad la Itua.
J. all QCICSACO.
Wao Wim Boaraocr to Lots Him T It hat often been
said that there it a secret mode of foremg people to love job
Science tn lists that love Is a disorder just at easy to produce
as any other disorder, and la France fortunes are made by
men proearing to aocomplieh the work. But Koodoot of N.
Tork, in hit book Inst peblAhed, tell! the whole art and mys
tery of love. Be pots it In every lady'i power to inspire with
deep and abiding affection the bosom of the man the would
prefer for a hatband. Be enables every gentleman to ttlect
hit life partner- win ber at once and be hapny. It fa) a great
book, and ia called the "filial of Marriage." It it advertised
lo another column. Herald. -
Foa Baoat iim, Throat Diseases, Hacking Cough, and the
ffrcta of Imprudent M of Mercury, medicine haa ever
been discovered which hat effected inch caret at Cartel's
. Throat diieatet, produced by salivation. Backing Cough,
Brachial Affection, Liver Disease, Neuralgia and Rheuma
tism, have ail been relieved and cared in a wonderful man
ner, by the great purifier of the blood. Carter's Epanish
The eae of T. H. Banner alone thoubf satisfy any who
doubt. Call on the Agent and procure a pamphlet contain
ing cores, which will astound yoa. See advertisement.
, 3J- An ounce of fad it worth a pound of theory; tod the
swarm of conclusive facta that cluster around that incompar
able preparation, Hoofland! German Bitters, prepared by
Dr. 0. M. Jatkaon, Philadelphia, establishing its value aa a
tonic and restorative, are toch aa would prevent Incredulity
it-elf from questioning its efEccy. In all easet of diseases
of the stomach, whether acute or chronic, it may be recom
mended for its soothing, cordial an I renovating influence.
Dyspepsia, heart-burn, toot of appetite, nausea, nervous
tremon, relaxation and deblliiy, Ac, arc relieved by the
Bitten in a very short space of time ; and a penetrance in
their use never fails to work a thorough cure. Bee adver
Paor. Wood's Haib Rebtobatttb. Tbe testimony of all
who have thoroughly tested the virtues of this celebrated
article, Is, that it will restore tbe gray and the bald, eradicate
d seae of the Scalp, preserve the hair falling, and preserve
the color perfectly to extreme old age. It it now put up
both with and without sediments. See advertisemeLt.
WILLIAM L. MOKSELL,
Dry and Sparkling Catawba,
H0. S5 EAST THIRD STREET,
jyl6lv . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BT virtue of a writ of tienditumi exponas, to me directed
and delivered, f ora the honorable Circuit Court of Da
vid'ou county, Tennessee, at its January Term, 1S56, I will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
court h"u e door in the city of Nashville, on the third day of
May. lS.r6, all the right, title, claim, interest and estate which
W. II McNairy then had or may since have acquired, iu and
to the following described property, to-wit: All of that tract
or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Davidson
and State of Tennessee, on Brown's Creek, adjoining a con
ditional line made between David Mitchell aod Ragen Topp,
below, and Sim Burton ah ive, beginning at a red oak ami
forked topped oak on said Burton's line, runing icuth seven
ty five deg. CAst. severity tvo poles, t a mulberry ; thence
eat one hundred and twenty-five poIis to a stake, being the
condit.onal line b tween .aid Topu and said Mitchell; thei.ee
south two hundred and eighty poles to a honey locut and
elm and dead black locust, Ueatry's corner; thence west with
his line two hundred poles to a !li?gons Barton's comer,
north with his line to the beglnnirg, containing 401 acres;
being levied upon as the property of W. H. McNa'.ry to int
isfy a judgment rendered in favor of S. B. Hamilton, Adm'r,
agint McNairy A tlimilton
J iHN K. EDMCNDS0S, Sheiiff.
Na'hville, Mar-h 21, W-5.
MllCltlt a'.S AI.I .
BY virtue of a writ of Vttulitiotii ej-jxmii, to me directed
and delivered, Irom the honorable Circuit Court of Da
vn'si.n county, Tennessee, at its Jan-ary Terra, loOti, I will
expose to public sale, te the liiliest bidder, for e tab, at the
court house door in the city of Nail ville, on the 3d dav of
Mir, 1 -.'Hi, all tl.e right, title, claiin, interest and estate ahirh
Will am Mewnit then had, or may since have acquired, In
and to the o lowing deac.ibed real etattt, to-wit: Situated in
South Nashville, I'avidson county, Tennessee, being 1 its No.
17 and IS, aa ilitintii-ht-d in the plan ol the Bosworth lots,
fronting, one leet ou Market street, the other -7 eet on
said street, both running back 127 feet 6 ii.ches; heiug levied
upon aa the property of William Stewart to satiufy a judgment
rendered in luvor of B. W. Had.
JOHN K. EDM0ND30N, Bhei if.
Na hville, March 20, li5C.
mi nit i ft 's s.i,i;.
BT virtue of a writ of VtutHtitii L'xttmtm, 'ome directed
and delivered, f.oru the honorable Circuit Co"rt of Da
vidson county, Tennessee, at Its Januaiy Term, ls'ti, I will
eip-se to public falo, to the highest bidder, for cuth, at the
curt hou-e door in the city of Nashville, Dn the itrd ''ay of
May, ls'ti, aM the riglit, title, clai u, interest ar.d estate w.iich
Lanier k Kalis th- n had or may since have acquired, in and
t(l the fo lowing deciibed property, to wit: A piece or arci 1
of land situ.-i'.e in Davidson county, l enneisee ; a part of the
land the laid Charlea I. Love resides i n, and bounded a
follows: beginning at a stake, Wm. King's, north eat cor
ner, in William B. Lewis' south boundary line, running north
s9,V degrees east with said line forty po'es to a stake in
taid line; thence south 17X degrees east one hundred and
tenty-'onr poles to a stake in John Ruins' north boundary
line, wifi the same agreeable 'o its bearing sruth bX deg.
west 7 1 poles to a ttake, Wm. King's routh es t corner of tbe
fact he now lives on; thence north west with King's line 118
poles to the beginning, containing 42 acres 6 poles. Being
levied on as the property of Lanier A Fails, to satisfy a jugd
ment rendered in favor of Kwlng A Williams, ITx'rs.
marrbl7-tl JOHN K. KDMONDSON, Sheriff.
Mil UIKK' NALL.
BT virtue of a writ of tvn ex. to me directed andjdelivered,
f.-om the honorable Circuit Court of Davidson county,
Tennea.ee, at its January Trim, 1SMI, I will expose to publio
sale to the hiphest bidder, f .r cash, at the court house door
in the city of Nashville, on the 3.1 day of ay, lsi6, all the
right, title, claim, interest and estate, which Joseph W. Mo-Ka-en
then had or may since have acquired, in and loihe fol
lowing described property, to-wit: A certain lot of land in
l avul-on county in the town of Nashville, fronting on Vina
street between Spring aud Broad .treats, beginning at the
south-west edf.-e of a stone foundation for a fence between the
proper' v of the said Boyd'i lot, now occupied by L. stones,
on the We it side of Vine street, and running with said street
northwardly sixty feet more or less, to a plank fencedividm g
said sixty feet lot Irom Mrs. Boyd's property on the north ,
th nee at right atigka with said strett feet to a feet al
ley; thence with said alley tlx y leet more or less, 10 a stone
on a right line to the beginning corner, thence feet to the
beginning. Conveyed to J. II. llcKwn by Klittheth B yd,
by d.ed registered in Book i'l, page 17t; being levied Usin
as the property of Joseph W. M twen, to satisfy a judgiutbl
rendered in favor of Truitt Bro hers A Co.
marcM7-td J. K. EDMoNDSON, Sheriff
siiEitii t vt n ai.i:.
BT virtue of a writ of randltioni Arptna, t me directed
and delivered, from Ihe honorable rirruitcoortof Havld
bod county, Tennessee, at its January Term, l)S, I will ex
pose to public sale, to tlie highest bidde.-,for ca.ll, at the court
house d.or in the city of Nashville, on th 8rd day of May,
liM, all the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which Jo
seph W. MclCwen then had, or n ay since have ai quired, in
au to the following described property, to wit: A cm tun
piece or parcel of laud in Davidton e unty, in the town of
Nashville, and fromlng ou ine street between Spring and
Broad Streets, beginning at the south west eUe of a atone
foundation for a fence h 'tween the property of Klisthe'h
Boyd's lot, now occupied by L. Stone, on Ihe wet side of Vine
street, and running with said stieet northwardly 6" leet, move
or less, to a plank fence d v ding said sixty leet lot frmn Mrs
Boyd s property on Ihe nonh: thence at right angles with
said street sixty feet to a foot alley; thence with tai l
alley tixty fret mora or lesa, to a ine on aright line to Ihe
beginning corner; ther.ee feet to the beginning line: being
the property transferred hv klil ibthBnyd to Joseph II.
Mcl.wen 28d Pepfc mbtr, l'f 8; rcgiilered in B k V'2, paa
176; be ng levied upon as the propel ty of Joseph W. McKw.
en, o satisfy a Judgment rendered ia iavor of Truit, Broih-
er. A Co.
marchlT JOHN K. EDMON'DON, Sheriff.
BVvlr'aeof a writ of vnt1Uioni Krjvmi tome directed and
delivered, from the honorable circuit eou-t rf llirmsn
counly,Tenne.see, at its febrwary Term, IsM, I will expose
to public sale, to the highest bidder, forcath, at the c urt
house door in the rity ol Nashville, on the 8rd day of May,
l-f., all the right, title, clain, mlere.t and estate which
Richard Fell then had or may since have acquired, in and t i
the following ti. scribed property, to-wit: Two tots of g ound
in Davidson county In foath Nashville, aa the property of
Rl. hard Fell, known ard designated on the plan id said town
as lot Noj. It aod 7, fronting on College street, Vic No. It
fronting 60 feet, and lot A of the tl. feat: and lot B of the
tl, K0 feet, and running back to an alley ; being lot soli by
D. V. Pat. Kk to said Richard Fa I, and on which aaid Fell re
sided io l!4i, v deed at oue thousand dol ara. A full dt scrip.
Hon of laid lou is lu Ihe deed from s nd D. D. Patrick to sal.l
Rl. hard Fell, rt Co riled In Book li. page ; being levied
upon as the property of Rk hard Fell, to satisfy a judgment
reudered n favor if B..-lltleld N. Carter
ma cL17 JollS K. kDMJ.NDiON, Sheriff.
sjii:u r sale.
BT virtue of a wilt of rndiltmi rm,it, to me directed
and delivered, from tl e honor bt a reuit court of David
toa county, Tennessee, al lt January Teriw, 1-5-1, I willei
poae to public tale, to the blghct bidder, for cash, at Jl
court houae door In Die city of aahvlile, on the Sd day of
V'ay, 1 , all the right, t tie, c alm, Interest and estate wbkb
James Bergea then had or may since have acquired In and
to I e following tract, pie- e, nr parrel of land, situated, ly ng
and bring Is lie connly or Havular n In Ine Pt. of T-nnea-
see, in ttouth a.Vl!t, an t ki oau and irtirt nrni-hed In a
plan of iuM of terotsl ia Ihe Register's Offlee 1 1 Davi 'sou
eoauty. In Book Ho. 1 1, pigee t'U an 1 Yi8 being levied a poo
as the property of Jamas barren, to latn.y a judgment rn-
derad lo favor of R. W. Porter.
JOHM K. EDMOVr0W, Sheriff,
by C. 11. 1ba a , l puty.
Nashville, March 19, A.
Miniiin a a i.e.
BT virtue of four wrlta ef ten titLni rxprmat, lo me di
raced and delivered, f-orn the Lonrab.c cl caitourtf f
Pavidais cua y, Teunetuwe, at its January Term, A, I
wdi cipose to public lale, to 'he h gl et bidder, f r cash, al
the court house door lu the city of Narhvllle, on tha Srd day
of May, IsM, alt tha right, title, claim. Interest aud ettcte
which John (ireham ttenha, or may alne Bve acqu reel.
i and to the following described proper y, t wtt: Lot Mo.
SI. fronting twenty-flve feet on an allay and He air j line,
and eateuding lad- pib Uiwards Cullrrv street, exaesisty rr
seventy tert, more or lees, tot also fit s a fret frooting on
the above merliooed alley and McMairy line, ae-d mri below
tie lot above dear? bed, and ruca of towaroa Colltg s'reet;
ten. j levied upon aa Ihe trp rt ul Jobs Urahaaa, Ul SaUary
a judgment reudered In f.v r of A. Minrans
JkU at. rjini'Stwo.1, rtinn.
by Z. uxiaaa. Deputy.
Kahvrj,M srch U.siS.
a. a. sJToaa.
a. w. ranaAAA,
n i: v
Boot and Shoo Establishment
SNYDER &. FKIZZELL
Alt bow receiving and aeenlrg al 67 Ootrg evert,
laett tone to R 0. McH.lry A Co..) a fail aae wl! a
kwted aaaortaioat of 018 AND liUkN saao9ie.a4
eipresalr tor the It i l Tia-U; la which Ihey rwMcUaB
Ui to tha a UoUjo of tae'v frvessas ar.d all wha wam to pur.
chaae guads la tbotr lino. Thair alorfc caaapn.ei;
L4io Ileal uaitera, I very awpwriur j
LadMas llaai huota, (caura to-J
Lavbea Heel 81 ppera, yi.n j bee.)
Ladi a Ortgrew Uai'ers;
Leailaa' M bile Rsl aad sl.a Gaitwra;
La.:i-a' (xg:ih Utovw kaS SVauie;
ticDU' Super Caif IWwwd bouts,
tiotu' " I erftd aeaMa;
tistu' tvaper ralenl Uauser Opora Ssorn
tiests' rsual laral&r Mumo, (af ovary daaeripuoa J
eaV Ctrraa baiters;
Ceo is' Calf Sbtwa, Ureal Variety J
Ueasa' Osfwrd Ttaa;
Aad every other cWauiptto br LaXoa aad 0aU.s&aa8
A sat A eoaspicte aaaavaveaA ai Mil is. Ujr aa4 CaiJ-
draa'a toot, Aboae aad ItaJrra.
A ewd far f Mavy ttnaraae lug arf rsea.
A4 vd Bbath av 2iJ4 alio pric.i MV4. ftet'M
.1". c of' ' . i.r
SPRSHG GOODS FOB 185S,
A. J. DUHCAN & Co.,
IMPORTED AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IJf F0RXIGS
No. 70, PUBLIC SQUARE.
WE ara now rtcciv og dirtet fnm MannfirlBren, oar
Stk fcf STAPLS and FiNCV CRT GOODS, compria.
ing a genet a) asortmect, which we pie Ve ourselves to tell
upon the most f . vorable terms to prompt dealers, and invite
the attention f the trade toourtUM.k f Goods now in store,
eoaiist ng rt a large line of
lmiiaSS coons, cM
of very superior qiality. Tit: '
Parit Stripe "Poult De gt-le" Fi'ks.
ItaKaa Black " of all widths.
Fiench Painted Organdie,
do do and solid colored Bareges,
do oo Robes of New Styles.
English and Frerrh Bareges of til stylet and quality.
Frenc-i and Kcgl.sh Brillisntet of n-w styles.
Scotch, Freteh and rgii?h Lawnt of all e'yleJ.
English and French Painted Jaconets.
Embroidered wi.s and Jaconet Dresres and Robes
Swiss and Mull Muslins, Jannets and Camhr:c.
Iruertirg, Edging, Laces, Embroideries and Trimmings
of the greatest va-i'ly.
Bonnet Ribbons of every vnriety of l!y'e.
Winning and solid colored R boons.
Crapes of all colors.
lljeiery, Gloves, Suspend rt, and trimmings generally.
CloUis, Cassimcres, Vcstinss,
COTTONADia, NANKINS, LINENS, of every variety of
ttvle tnd quality.
English. French and American Fancy and solid colored
Blsek and colored English and French Caabrict and Lay
Bleached and Brown Muslins and Drill:ngs.
Bed Tickings, Apron Checks, Striped Osnabergn, Ac. Ac
We will be adding to our present stock by Railroad and
steamers throughout the season, which will enable at at ad
times to display the newest stylo of Goods.
A. J. DCNCAM A CO.,
March IT, IS O. No. 70 Public Square.
Emporium of Fashion
SxrLrLS? n cry.
ELEVENTH SPRING OPENING IN NASHVILLE.
WE respectfully inform our Lady friends that we will, on
,VIOUAV, ItlAltCH, 17 lb,
Display one of the largest and most beautiful stocks of
Vavis Fancy l.onncts
we have had the pleasure of opening having Imported the
latest styles of most exquisite Modes du Parie in Millinery.
Our slock consists in part of 600 rich Parit Styles of Fancy
Bonnets, of the moat be.iu'iful and fairy like material ; loot)
rich (1 ssimer Luc. plain hair, briiiant atin. Straw, Eng
lish, Chip, Swiss, and other Straw Oooda. Likewise an ex
tensive stock of Misst-8 and Infanta Bonnets, II its, Turbans,
tiipseys, Ac. Our stock of (lowers comprise 200 boxes of the
moat beautiful and select stylet f r Bonn-1, Bridal Parties,
c , ever opened in this c.t.n; 100 boxes of Paris Ribbons for
Bonnets and Dress Trimmings ; Rich Mohair Caps Head
Dresses, Ac. ur ft. ek of Embroideries consist of Pari
Trimmed Chemisettes, Collaret ; tu 1 sett of Unities in Jack
onet, l.aoe. M istin Ac UndersleeveJ in Ja konrt, Muslin,
Lace, Ac; Collars of Lice, Jaconet, Moll es, Paris Work. Ac;
Infant's Waist's, Handkerchiefs, Trimming Lacea, Kith Mit'.t
We must b sst of these Goods, an I at the same time, we
can fan theyare 80 percent lower than everoJered at Naah
ville, or in the Kast. New styles Parasol, Sun Shades, Span
ish Kus, te ; a superior article of Extracts at SO cts; Fancy
O"0t's in great variety, for ornamental purjioses; a large lot
of Blond Laces. Thulcs, Straw Trimrn ngs, Ac
We have made improvement in our lu-iness house this
s- aj n, to exinb t this irnniense stock, by extending our show
Room to ilxty fret ; tual ing n"W rne of the finest e tabiirh
ments and stocks we tf New York. We will take ph-asuie
in si. owing (iocils, :md endeavor by polite attention and fur
dealing tn Increase our t a te. so liberally extended to us for
the past eleven years. We do n it Intend to be undergo d in
C. untry Merchants and Mil'iners luppVed with pa'tem
Bonnets and tuhiirry Uoor-s as I w as a small b II ol Goods
parched Kjs:. I'.. Il , Agent,
. Millinery Hata.r, No 44 Cuirn st eet,
m irl7 next d wr to the State B ink.
GG00D KILLISTESS. A so, 4 or 5 young Udies to
It am he l i.in. as us a; prent t l. I al o want a young
LAD tu attend in th.- store. E. WISE.
W W OWKX.
STEWART & OWEN,
MAM FACTlUKKit OF
Copper, TLi aud Sheet Iron Ware,
NO. 11 K ASSET STREET,
X ASH V 1LLK, Tenn.
HA VINO returned to our old stand, from which we were
driven by Gre, we are now prepared to attend to all our
old cust. me s acd as many new ones aa will favor us with a
call Our house has been rebuilt upon an improved plan, af
fording us extendi d facilitiea. Uur
It now capacious and extensive, aod ad -quale to every emer
Art large, and etpecial'y adapted In our pur v. We have
in store, and are constantly receiving, iri ;i e .uppliei of
Stoves, Wares, and rates,
Plain and Enameed Maiblbixid Iri Ma arias and Oashs.x
Statorh; and in short, everything usually kept in similar es
tablishments. Our assortment of Ftovet challenges competition, rompris
Irg every style and variety. We have the
Wrought Iron Cooking Stove,
Among others an article which is In great d. mand.
We manufacture for the trad and lor retail, and to order,
all kinds t.f Tin and Sheet lrcu Ware, aud keep constantly un
han I a large assortment.
We ii.vite ihe attention of all to our eslablish-neot, pledg
ing ourselves to give entire la'i.fnrtlon
tTr-WAitr A OWEN',
msrch 2') No. 14 Market st.
CONLEY cSl JOHNSON,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wares,
Ho 10 Broad st., and SI Eoatn Market it,
ARE now receiving one of the larg tt
mid lunst d I r.ble lois of St 'Ve. and
r. i . i, . .i. i ..... . .. . i
uiinw. it a'l u. ami ymwcjm ..lai uaa Jjl
ever feeti o.i ii.rn i. mi m.et.
A ho.esale and Ketail.
ANo !1 kinds of OOP ER AND SHEET IRON WORK
for all kin s of Machinery such as, Steamboats, Rolling
M ls, Furnac-s, Founderies, Factories, Railroads, Still acd
Distillery W. rks, Ac , Ac.
Gencatn-s ar.d Coils roonts made and repaired at the
thortest notice. As tl.iy dn not Intend to be undersold by
Any, ail would do well t" jrlve them a caT before purchasing
elerah re. A II k ntli of job work Is so.iciled, and done with
nra'neas aod dispatch. eoarchlV
SHILBT VILLE, BEDFORD C0UKTT. Tennessee.
rpilF public are respectfully notified that the LITERARY
J. DI.PtKTMKNT ol the abe luu.ution will Cummeoce
Its Fi- f Wi on the
till VI' t.t)VAV IX IIIItlAII V. 18511.
As TrusUaa, we flatter ouraelvot that, with I'niversity
Building largi and impoaing a rorpa of loti actors learned
aad elicient, and a geographic puaitioa In our ttlala cen
tral and acceaaiMe, in connection with the good health, the
fine morale aod the excellent society of our rapidly growing
town, we are prepared to offer great induccnieola to pareatt
and guardians who may have tout aud wards to educate, lo
favor us Wi.h tbe.r patronage.
Rsv. A L. HAMILTON, President aod Professor of Moral
and Mental Philosophy, and Belles Lellre.
P. GLYNN, A. M., Professor of Ancient and Modern
A. WINN, A. U., Pr .feasor of M.th entitle.
C. B. Hi. A 1, A. M , Professor of Esuerimental Sciences.
J L CAKtV, A. M., Sup Preparjtoiy Departuunt.
TertiM of Tuition
Paa ."WHS or il Waaaa Oaa aatr Pavailb ia Apr a tea.
Primary Department !' (
Academic " li
Irregular " 1-"V
Collegiate " Si 00
ftf Cu 1 1 Lias, giving an out Ine of the Ccnese of Studies
to be pursued, together with other oeeeaaary ibforma'ton, are
a iw tewly It duir.Luiioa. and upoa applkcatioa, will bo ia-
wiedia e!v irnt lo auy oo deiir ng aoopy.
boarding may La obtained la private f.mlilos al f-om ti te
9 10 per munlh, paable at the Buddie and end of Ibe 6ea.
Ailes Stu lrnU hsva enlared no ded cti n will be tsade for
lust of t.ma, un Vs. iu caa of protraclasl sickueea, er ether
provid- nt a. ciiue-.
Fur luttber pariuulars, addresa Ibe Secretary of the Board.
J. a. BL1KKMUKB,
President Board of Trtssteet.
Tn mt B. Cis'tm, Sec'y, defli 4n
Mo. OU MIIIKIIT St., MAI1VI1.LE
AND MAMOrACTUSIBI' A0XKTI,
I-ViR Ihe sale ef Maddnea, Agicu!teral Impleaseota,
V Bu IJl g Ma's riU, A -, Ae. Ihe six led ia a tut al
ark arbefc-e as snay aiwsyt be fcoad at their I lore, and al
I ha to weal cash pnees :
.lAt IMILE?irTS Ac.
Tkreahiog Machlnaa, H-Wia Powers, Com sad Cob Crash' r,
IJUwInant,) Frlloa's Portable linol Mill, Suaw Cutters,
Cora Shei.era. B -Jaafl'i Saml M.ebiiaa. Ch.id'i Oraia eepa
ralur, Vta.ia' ikred Sower, Cva fiaatera, CeuUvalxara, Har
rows, Pt"iaHa of all k'ada, t koroa. Meat Cwttora, eVytl.ee
Foraa, AUkra, kvaalbg aad Moo lag U aftnlaet, Fan XU is, Ae
ZULLDLSQ MATERIALS, Ac, Ac
WIbAo Sa.h, TrarOaa biiads. Marbttad Iroa Maatlwa,
Wludcw liun ot aU saa. Hydraa 1c laocal. Itaatcr Pane,
Cb.io Pia, Foiee Paaspo, UarOea Ir.f :aaa, Iroa Cavaira,
Iroa b.ia, lrea S.faa ef a.1 sts-o.
PAHTv, OltMS Ae.
White Lewd, White t'M, aWww Xiae. Fiom Okttewd Taa,
Paibitol ade .aura. Pally, Wkumg, Lioered Ou, Lard 04,
Twrpeauwe, Varaxboa, M awral Pa at, lAws, Paiat Brabot,
Reaia, wsppe'. v"11 '1LA, -, Aa.
Gaaao, aad Laad Plaster. Ws k rp Ut stocks of tbaa
BTBctee oa aaad.
Clover, T.BWlay, B)we Oraas, Usrao-G eaaa, Orela-- Grxua
Bar sy, Aw.
We are aiae areata toe Paaaw's Ctabrxed Exooksate Rail,
toeat btorto-Pwwwt TbrwahAng Mactuewav. We bave now Bat
aysawrtaaeat t MacAiaa-t OB baaat, aa I will barajab tbvae
at ktaaataiaJ-vrs' pneea, trBaaportaixta ad tad. At the -aaaitd
v." be beyoeni law su-p.y, taoaa wua are lav want ef
Sbwaa bad bo tt r ewv twa
. daole ettlwowSsa ARMSTROKO A CO.
r A Vf : T,)00 la K.bvi t s ?kaltaa (a
HOTST 0LT7ET CZSIETZSY- ' .
This Company, chartered by the last session
of the Legislature, have purchased the Tract
of Land known as the "Crutcher Tract," " con
taining 125 acres, situated two miles from Nash
ville, on the Lebanon Tnrnpike, and extending to
and fronting on the old Lebanon Road, which
also will be tnrnpiked.
A more eligible site for a Cemetery could not
be fonnd in this vicinity and it is believed that
it will not be excelled by any similar establish
ment in the Union.
The situation is high, commanding a fine view
of the whole City and of the surrounding coun
try, the soil is deep, free from rock and of a dry
and gravelly nature, and much of the land cov
ered with'fine forest trees.
The grounds are now being laid off, the ave
nues and walks graded and gravelled, and at an
early day the Company hope to be able to have
the Cemetery publicly Indicated with appropri
ate ceremonies after which the Lot3 will be re
gularly offered fur rale. In the meantime, per
sons wishing lots for occupation, will be accom
modated by calling on the President of the
Company, or on Mr. thwart, the Superintendent,
who U always to be found on the premises.
The Directors pledge themselves that nothing
shall be wanting on their part to make this such
a Cemetery as is required by the good taste of
The Charter which is published below, amply
guarantees the security of its tenants, and places
the Company on a pertunncnt foundation.
The Directors of the Company are Dr. B. W.
Hall. I. II. Ill hokkk, T. AxDERSo.vjJof the firm
of Allison, Anderson & Co., Axsox Nelson. J.
F. Mukoa.v, and the undersigned.
A. V. S. LINDSLEY, Prcs't.
C. Y. Nance, Sec'y.
TO INCORPORATE THE
Mount Olivet Cemetery Company.
(The first Section relates to other matters.)
Seition- 2. fie it further enacted. That A.
V. S. Lindsley, 15. A Hall, I. IL Buddeke, J. F.
Morgan, A- Nelson. C. V. Nance, and Thompson
Anderson, their associates and successors, be
and they are hereby constituted a body politic
and corporate under the name and etyle of
Moi'xt Olivet Cemetery Compant to have
perpetual succession ; may sue and be sued,
contract and be contracted with, plead and be
impleaded, defend and be defended in all Courts
of law ; may have a common seal, which they
may change or alter at pleasure; may establish
such by-laws, rules and regulations as they may
deem proper for the government of said corpora
tion : Provided, the same shall be consistent
with this Charter and the laws of this State, and
the Constitution and laws of the United States.
Sec. 3. Be it enacted. That said corporation
shall have power to purchase and hold a tract or
tracts of land, not exceeding two hundred nor
less than one hundred acres, to be located not
less than two nor more than four miles from the
Public Square in Nashville, to be used as a
Cemetery or Burying Ground forever, free from
any interference of any turnpike road, railroad,
or other public improvements ; may lay off the
same in suitable avenues aud walks, anil embel
lish it with trees, shrubberies and flowers; may
subdivide the grounds into lots suitable for
graves, vaults and monuments ; may sell such
lots in such manner as the Board of Directors of
said Corporation may from time to time determine:
ami said tract or tracts of land is and shall le
forever dedicated, set apart and to be held by
said Corporation for the purposes aforesaid, ami
none other. All lots in said Cemetery shall lie
forever free from attachment or sale under exe
cution. Sec. 4. fie il enacted. That the officers of
said Company shad consist of not more than
seven nor less than five Directors, to be elected
annually by the votes of the Stockholders, and
shall hold iheir office for one year and until their
successors are duly elected. A majority of the
Directors shall constitute a quorum, ami may fill
all vacancies that may occur in such lioard,
shall choose a President from their own body,
ami shall appoint a Secretary, Treasurer Sexton,
ami any oilier Agents they may deem it neces
sary to employ, and define their duties, liabili
ties and compensation ; shall direct the manner
of laying otT, improving ami deooratinir the
protnitls ; may erect buildings for the use of the
Company ; may prescribe rules for enclosing and
adorning the Cemetery bits, aud the erection of
monuments, tombs ni.d vaults ; may prohibit
any division, improvement, or construction,
which, iu their judgment, may be considered of
fensive, objectionable or improper, and may
abate or remove the same.
Stc. 5. fie it enacted. That the jier-ons
herein named shall constitute the first Board of
Directors, and shall hold their office until their
successors are elected : chall fix the time of
meeting of tbe Stockholders for the election of
officers, the manner of voting and number of
votes to which each Stockholder ehall be eutitlctl,
and the report of the Secretary and Treasurer
shall be made as often as the Board may re
quire. Sec. C. fie it enacted, That the Board of Di
rectors are hereby authorised to recommend to
the County Court of Davidson county a suitable
person, who shall be appointed a Deputy Mar
shal by said Court, with full power, with or with
out process, to make arrests for all ofl'euces pro
vided for in this act, aud may t ike any offender
before any Judge or Justice of the Peace in the
county, and may serve all processes issued
against trespassers or offenders at any place in
the county of Davidson, and said Deputy Mar
shal shall hold his office until removed by the
Board of Directors, and when such removal shall
Ut made, they . shall furnish a certified copy of
the removal to the County Court.
Sec. 7. fie it enacted. That all deeds for the
conveyance of lots in raid Cemetery shill be
signed by the President, ami s ttested by tbe Se
cretary, which shall lie deemed al sufficient au
thentication of such deed. Said Corporation
may hold any grant or bequest, in money or
property, in trust, and apply the same or the In
come thereof, by its Directory, for the improve
ment of saitl Cemetery, or in the erection or
preservation of anv tomb or monument, accord
ing to the terms of" such grant or bequest.
Skc. N. lie it enacted. That any person who
shall wilfully deface, destroy, injure or remove
any tomb, or monument, or gravestone, or other
structure placed in saitl Cemetery, or any fence
or other w ork around, or any tree, plant or shrub
within the limits of said Cemetery, or shall
discharge or shoot off any fire-arms, or shall b
found hunting for game in said Cemetery, shall bo
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, upon
conviction thereof, before any Court having ju
risdiction of such cases, be fined not lesa than
five nor more than fifty dollars. Such persons
shall le liable for an action in damages for tres
pass for unt il unlawful act or acts. In all suite
brtiiiirlit against this Corporation, its members
shall le competent wituesM-s.
Sec 9. fie it enacted. That it shall be the
duty of said Corporation to set apart from ten ta
twenty-five per cent of the proceed of the sale
of lots, to constitute a fund to be denominated
"Improvement Fund," until it shall amount tn
Firrr Thim sand Dollars, which shall be loaned
out by the Hoard of Directors, and the interest
used in improvements and decorations on thu
Skc. 10. Be it enacted. That said Cemetery
is hereby declared forever exempt from all taxea
and assessments. Said Corporation may fix the
amount of Iheir capital, ami divide the stone into
such number of shares and denominations, and
may provide for the aalo and transfer thereof, in
such manner and form as they may deem expe-dienL
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD,
7 a rT
A .N O
OTJTTLE XL "ST ,
.0. 211 I'l 111.11' kl(l AMF4
N ASUYILLR, TtXM.
'I '0 enaUc too te sell goods al low r.eoa, frota Oils eVe
1 e'i aorottatt lor aandrtee purchased on eredtt, tbaU b
eonaide rod due wfcea the artteioa are delivered, aad payavaaa
wtU bo etpected wbea too acooaou ara pram .
FIELD, LASGSTROTH & CO,
183 Market Street, PHILADIt? HIA,
I bViri that oitrckoa of Mer-Aaaia to I to etiraavve aad
1 aosnple'.oiy wiM itork of P-Bgle aad fhtobat Beat e I
handsome styles aad warranted e,nbly, wtuek tb-y are bow
roceliiiig fir act truts the iuigUib, Belgian aad Preach saa-
Also is store, a ksego aaaortWM at of Rifles a4 PtsteAs a I
aew aol d-eraWe pa ties-ae At of obe will bo oSaiod al
ih very loweai oetoro. aud rally wirrawwd. febA votes
CZLX2&ATZ9 CCXBIXO XXim ATD KOW
XX, WITH WOCIH' IKPaOTDLTST.
First Grand Silrer 5Iell
For the boa Raapov and Hewer at the Faras tawsdt Fair
AatutUsue, tB. awarstod to JjAb H. Maay
and lb MacAia
PurcitaMrtI lr Prince Na.Mlrou!
IB k Vt oa kaad aad Sir to, th above Mas-Awe. Tba
received r-e fyeasmasa at Ifce Male Fairs t lr Yeeft
New Jeraey, Vrrav-ol, Slew Hans hire, IcoevrctacM Krt
torty, aad at CaAana aad ' ! In tfcw Slate, aad base
give aaiveroal aalHfaeOa tferaB(lwB Mailt Taaa , wKere
oexwo ? of tean kt be a wed la tbe kael two years,
frwe SlWstaarvssrod aa !esia. '
FELICES & nUSTZS,
G i: N K It A L A G E X V Y,
(J. S9 Cisrry ft, Vj twin )
rrvni 4era.fnl bate krww4 a parter,ki la tta above
A. basis oa. We wt I abdcrtaie tke ewiaretavs W esoi" ia
aay part w te Lb todMa-a art M ae-rcai la rt:li f ILeaa.
OS, OiMt UBf roil, as.
Wt rwarr e lae beam tan Oca ef Jfeakvitte tesvorav.
... J 4. rLLatWta
PasAviSSt, tsait. II W. JL-ULTUL
took at This! look at This ! I
Parana Plan Lottery -1,200
ritizn. 60,000 doixahs!
JASPE2 CQgaiT ACATJKgT J.0TTE&T.
BY AUTHORITY OF TOE 0TATK 0FQE0&8IA.
10,000 NCMBEKS ONLY I 1 FEiZI TO 3 TICKtTi!
C I. A . S Bo ' -' t '
To le Trawn April 3d, 1S56.
A T Concert Hall. Macon, Ga., ander the swurn topr.
(X Imesdence ol t el. (as:). ?I. Lo;aa astt JataVa
A. fHiBlM-t. i:q,
Tbe Manager h vine tnnonnoed h'm determination te
make this the ewt nrpUr Lu'.tery in the wurl.l, t.Sart for
March lath, a srh le tbit fnr vurp t.es a"y Bfienie ever
offered in tb-i mis t of L-trir.. Look V yoor intertot !
Examine 'he Cai.i'.ais. jrFooe I'rixe to exht T.cketLaftl
do. i.f'V a-...
do. ft e are . .
ttn. f are. . .
U IA ar ...
Stat Apprxioiatk-n l f S'' are- .
- " 10 are...
1,200 Prizes Amonuticg to $C0,00CI
TiekeU 510 : "Halves $S; Quarter. t2-6a
FRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DaDCOTIO IP.
Personsj sending money by mail net'l not fear Its beiaf
lest. OrJ. rt paut tiiHlly aileade too. CoBimunicatioBa
eonSdeBiiai. It .nl .NcU-s f x.ond banks takea al par.
CsjT- Draw B4 sent lo all ordeting laketa.
Tnoae wiahir.s; part euiar nnm ts should order imae
dialely. Addresa JAMU F. WUiTkkt, Manajrer,
mrlft td or, BOX 143, Kasbvtixb P. O.
ROYAL II AV AM LOTTEUT.
Sorleo rVumero 5G1 Ordinario.
Tohedrwa It, ll..nj,(Uandof Caba,) March 2Sth, 1S34.
Capital VrV.e 00,000 UoWars
1 Pna nf ..
1 " " ..
t " " .
... lfi.it 0
... S.i ail
S - 000
a.1 " " 4in
1S1 " sjoo
It ArP'ovlajaliooa.... 4X
4 Arprr slmalion. to tlie f tVt in. of l-Haieacb. 4 of 410 to
SO.Oiio. 4o-liOtolS no. 4 or t"0 to 8,ws.
r?y Wbo-e Tieaeis, 10; HO vest 5; Quarter 2J0.
Priaea ea.be-1 at firK A per eent ttttevaiit.
Bill on th Hank ol Ns.hvlie takes at par.
A thawing will be fc.rw.rdtd at tooo aa Uie recall broom e
PT" CommuBieatlon addressed to DOM RODRIQCFI,
(care of City Pott, Charleston, 3. CJ until Ihe 2S:h ef March,
will be at ten led to. marU-td
FIRST LAEGZ SALS - .
JS. t Auotlon,
IRBY MORA&, CO.
OCR regular Pirin Sale at Anetioei win take plaee' ea
Taeadsy. Wednesday and Thursday, the Kill, aad
STtb of March.
Jgf ' Th!t isle is deslirned eielntrv!y for MerehanU.at
Good will b ofTcrad, as heretofore, la Vols to sail boyera,
with liberal privilege to ll o s wanting taree quantities.
We ar tale In say Ine It. at tt.it ia oo ol tbo beet tow Tied
Stock of Oootla llisl h ta ever beea offered at Aoctlea 1st
Na'hville. It c nit.r i.a a irreat variety: IStech at
73 0ASM SPR1NU PRINTS;
6 cases Cothec-j I'rtuta, idurl ;)
10 c ises Lawns, asaorled,
6 ca-s brilliant;
10 cae. iniail shtckeil Gln.'ham;
bo eaae. bleat hed Muslin;
40 hales Sea Island brows do;
111 ci'et s tlid eolored Cotlonades;
A do email checked do;
t do ysv ttvlet do;
A BHIL'TIFI'L LINK OF CAUMEEtd;
Black and Polorrd Cloths;
BLKACilED tl BROWN DRILW;
t tripes aad Plaid;
Vestios, Acn Ae.
Fvery derrlp'l"n of h!e floods. Flouncing, Laeea, Fb
broidery, tlomery. Thread, Buttons, tuspendera. Pint,
Keedles, Ac , At-. e.
In short, there is cor. prised Ib this Ftork, almost afj the
varieties of Goo-la b a.il y wanted.
We will also nlTt-r at tl.e c rwo ef the sale, a lot of Cat
Oootla, to be sold the stove, withonl reterve.
Nashville, March 3 td IRBY MORGAN A CO.
17 We are ofli-rinji strone Indu-emoatt al private tale,
to all who bay for cash or on short time. O.ve us a ca L
I. M. A CO.
Catawba (.rape Cuttings.
rWILL, in a few dsya, be In receipt of a shipment of Co
TswtA tttsreCrmisus, and RuoTantii TStB OLD. All or
ders (t witn me will be promptly ailesL
T. A. SleTALL,
man hlS Offlce at W. 3. W hitemaa't Paper Store.
Spring and Summer Fashions for 1S56.
T . BROWNE
IITOCLD repei"tfutty li.f rrn his former elastomers,
v V and the public at larpe, that he haa just return- 1
ed from the kaal with all the late styles and patterns fL
of Goods fnr Hprln and tttrmmer, which belt prepared B S L
to make Bp In the litest fashion. Oratarttl for former liberal.
Ity on th part of th public he solicits a (ontinaaac of the
tame, tor ner ol Deaderirk street and th Bquare. taarlt
Spring and Summer Goods.
WARD & BIBHIXOHAX
No. 71 CEDAR ST II EET, NASHVILLE,
HATE lust received a Nrjre and splendid assortment ef
SPBIX0 AND 8UAIJIES GOODS.
Of the latest and mutt beaubftii ttyirs, miubie for Gntl
men's wear, wh'rh they would b pleased to have their
friends and the public eenerallv. eall and siamln for tciesw
selve. Also, a variety of Ot.NTLXUlLN'd Fl'KJilHlSO
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT COSCZaif.
XT IIF.RKA8, J hn r heal wood, of the eoerty of Bedfbrdj
v V In ibetate of Virginia died, seised and pmiaittd
a tract of laud on which he resided at lb tin of hi death
and b hi last will and taatamaut, which is of rorord in the
Clerk's olDc of th aforesaid county of Bedford, beqoeatbvd
the said tr ct of land to hit nephew, James Preeloa Peadle
loa, wh-we r-oidrrjee it unknown to me, and from the beat
information, I am isdur4 tn believe that he moved many
years tt" from tl.e Mats of Ylrginia te the State of Feaa
see. 1 am desirous that he or hit heirs, tf any, shall obtaiB
th lorego ng Inforroatiun and take potaeasioa of th proper
ty. Auy communication addrettwd lo th aodertignad, ao4
directed to Lynchburg, Va , will be attended to.
iltJUM CliEATWOCD, tiV
wiarnhtS-iai cf Joha Cbcatwoud, deed.
BAGS AND BAGGING.
NOYES & WHIHLESEY,
ttm. 90 WATEH STREET,
KIAR OLD (LIP, NIW TORK,
HAYI eoBstaatly ea hand, aad MA5CFACTCXI lo
Baji and Sacks, Sewed and 8eamleii.
For all at a, and of vry deal rant sty I and quality.
They would especially eall at tea be a te their aaeoailed fa
Making acd Printing' -
Utgier kackt, for rioatr, ITlostl, IIoaalBr,
BucstwIteMt, llama, Salt, Spices c
Al of which they fttmlsh te order Id tha Bftoet approved style
ef detlra aad printing, with qaickoat eVtpatch.
Aims - -
IMPORTERS A50 DSALXKI Vf . 4
Gunny Bag and Bagging.
Aad various kiads of TURI1D and TWlyx, both Llaes
aad Cottoo.of ahich wear receiving eoitiuaaj swppH.
aa archil lyv
WANTED TO SELL MAPS
Throusliout the United States.
riVHI oterirr t eooataatly kaaiftf sew Mapeef the
1 MOST Ulif UL AMD SALIABLZ CHAAACTia.
EavaaraMe avwM aad uers aa stiderwnl parte ef ItkO
roan try ar mating Irosa
500 to 2,000 Dollars a Tear.
Aay BorMwring sua eva taak a pwraaaflaal beilntf
with bBi a ey mil outlay and a rasa.
CAV.LoeHe aad Wxirt oooiaiaiac full deactivation, I arm,
A , Bill I Beat frw to a goad saaa wb IB In waal of keel
SM. AU taasiirto aaawarwd by relara taall.
lV Ureal a4urwai aad WbaraA ailosrase aaade to
AgwoU and Prdd'era aiready ia tbe btaJBa. Al
JlEJf OUT OF EMPLOYHOT,
Ad Iroa A U. J'XaXYX, rbaaAwrof
Pooaiar Maa ael lilwualod abosla,
Bsall-lmv oe 68 aad 60 riua st, Hew Tork.
Tlie lnralllble 7
Self-Sealins Fruit and VwiaWcCa
OCR iiswirK, diirtng th put yr, la taaaufaetBrlaig
Aad tha Bsuvwnal aaAnftloa aad ertite af iar t.4 who
toe, rrhs I ad leatavj Uvoa ef varivtu suaAsrt havsj
ga evao ta taceed Bre'arear ever ail othar.
Tbe sob .rilea olbe to tao Bwasas, the
i: sursEsiiso cjy
tear ivtL l" prvrve IriuU, V.a.lahio. Al
THX I KALIS 0 LS LSTAaLAJSlT TlZTLCt.
A a othore rvsiuii solder or esmeai.
Ta tpcalag bat kva aalargsd lo adaill a
n u aiiao rtACK.
Fvery eaa I pe'fcctty seals J badore It kravee ear asaatAe.
tor, , aad taata; astlk a aasa.
TAYLOR & KODGiTTS, .
Maaafasnarwr ef FUauakwd Tits ad Jsvpaaaed War,
taatl 1 p k tw aWkmaa SC. Htw Tost.
COACH AKQ SADDLERY HAKDYARF,
LI..A I III It. Ae
ha RtwovkD across TUtrrsrrrTO
Xe. 41, XUst . Haiavet Street, KAS3TIL1X
0T1Cf k r' bis b aUBUa to tbe pareaAeO
V aad wale a PvoAmc aad avisos J ISnawsUB taasufawre.
Pi.wosny sat ail kto4a fcarsBsd pewaptiy. marl -fek
OXtS Fresk Isc-l Uasvite; recwlved th t da, by
wU-Jtl A ruoiiiics.