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5 T. JT. G LJZyV, LoetU on fbmmerHal Kditor.
Friday Horning, June 6, .1858.
The Americana of Nashville and Davidson
county will tare a Grand Kally at the Market
House in Nashville on
Saturday 2Vigbt, June Ttlt,
Oa which occasion tliey will be entertained by
a speech from J. K. Clinton, the tiibtingaibfied
Mississippi Orator, whoi regarded iu tliat State
a the legitimate successor of the lamented
Come one! come all! and let us have a
BLllliUg UJOCIIIJSJ I
The Public Scli.ole.
The third session of the Public Schools
is approaching its close. During the re
mainder of the session the Superintendent
desires parents and all who feel an interest
ia the success of the schools, to visit them
and satisfy themselves as to the progress of
the pupil?, and the advantages of the system
which has been adopted. Since the inaug
uration of the system, there has been a
steady improvement, winch if continued will
in the end make the schools approximate
to that degree of perfection to which the
more intelligent and discriminating friends
of education desire them to attain. Noth
ing encourages the pupil more than the
knowledge that the public eye is upon him,
and the teacher receives additional inspira
tion when he discovers that his labors are
recognized and appreciated.
Beaver Dam Springs. As the weather
grows more oppressive, and the Miltry days of
midsummer approach, those who intend pass
ing a portion of the time out of the city are
casting about to determine where they can
best enjoy themselves and pass the time most
)leaeant!y and catisfiictorily.
While other resorts are claiming attention,
the above watering place should Dot escape
notioe. Many may find it just the place they
have been seeking, Dearer Dam Springs are
situated in Hickman county, in this State, 45
miles west of Columbia, in a tine and healthy
portion of the country, suited to the tastes of
all who love natural and inviting rural scene
ry. They are easy of acce, and are becom
ing more jopuar. Dr. Keller, the obliging
and clever proprietor, seems to possess, in an
eminent degree, the happy faculty of rendering
bis guests as much at eae as though the plaoe
belonged to them. The conveniences and ap
pointments at these Springs are ui06t excel
lent. No pains or expense has been spared to
tnako them just what they should be to please
those who visit them. They are now open for
the reception of guests, and those who are hes
itating about the choice of a watering place,
will do well to give them attention.
Gloiiiocs Siiowek. We were blessed with
a fine ruiu yeslerdny morning that effectually
laid tbe dust aud cooled oil' th. fiery atmos
phere, that bad become heated -as a furnace.
Its visit was, no doubt, as welcome to the far
mer as to tho citizens of the cit-, and "we can
but wisti for frequent repetitions during the
coming hot. season, that may prove as welcome
aud refreshing as that of yesterday.
Burial Caskets. Crane's Patent Metalic
Burial Casket is one of the very important im
provements of the age. As it is appointed for
all men to ''shuffle off this mortal coil," the
services of tbe undertaker must needs be callr
ed in, and the more appropriate and befitting
the appointments pertaining to the last sad of
fices of human dissolution, the more is the mind
relieved of the gloom and horror which such
an occasion in pi res. Iu addition to the taste
and beauty of the above casket, there is a util
ity in them which is their chief recommenda
tion. Not only is the face and form of the de
parted visible, through the chrystalized glass
plate, but they can be preserved for any length
Of time by exhausting the air from the Casket,
so that friends, far distant, can be sent for and
arrive, before tbe dead is deposited in tbe last
resting place of man.
Mr. J. 11. Curry is the agent for those fine
caskets, at No. 53 Cherry street, where he can
be found to attend to the businesof undertak
ing in all its branches.
Tragical Affkat. -A tragical affair occur
red upon the R. L. Cobb, at the inland abate,
while on be? late trip up. Tbe circumstance?,
as we gathered them during the trial, are as
follows: A man by the name of Bryson Har
per, and a lad named Wm. Minnie, had quar
reled. The man, it seems from the evidence,
was of an overbearing, bullying disposition,
and had threatened the boy with violence.
Some words were passed at tbe time of the
last difficulty, when Harper rushed upon tbe
lad wild a hatchet in one hand, and struck bim
with tbe other. Minnia bad a twine knife in
Lis hand at tbe time, aud after Harper Lit him,
tbe former struck a random blow, cutting the
latter in the thigh, and severing a main artery,
from the effects of which, he died in a very
Tbe lad was secured, and upon the arrival
of the' boat here, lie was placed in the hands of
officer John A. I'etty. Au examination of the
affair was had abort iy after before Justices
liooertson aiiu J.ivc, ana the txy uicliaxg
ed on the ground thnt the crime was a justifia
Toe Mowixu TtciAU We bad the satisfac
tion of being present at the (rid of Mowing
Machines yesterday, on the farm of Col. T. U.
Johnon. To-morrow weha!l gie anaconunt
of it, not Lav tug returned in time to do so this
The Heaping Trul will take place on tbe
farm of the same gentleman on Wednesday
tlT Tbs Lew. L J HaWr, D. D , Tastor of
tbe Jhtnot street Presbyterian Church of this
City, has declined, uncoudiuoually. the rail foe hit
services by the Second TreibyterUo Church of
Nashville. This announcement wi! be received
with pleasure by the boat of Dr. liaise' admir
ers in this city. Jour.
Tuesdsyevening, J,tn 81, at &kxudrie,IcKeneaBry
Joss 0. Uocsros, Esq W thia ait, aed atlas Maar a". Ut
ewca, dsoghurof W. . Lawrence, tstj , ef AJexaadri, by
Itv. Dr. Willi. .
la Unooia eoaaly, Thertday, tt tit., hf Rtr. K. Mar
sUU, Ut. 0. U. ithsls and Alia. L. L. amirs.
'" Bircr and Sicambcat Hewtt '
The Cumberland continues to recede slowly
at this point about 23 inches on H&rpeth
Shoals. ' " - -
The arrivals yesterday were the Rock City
and R. Colb, from below. .
The AUda 'was expected last night. She
leaves for the Cline to-day. '
The RartttilU went below yesterday.
Tribute ! Respect ( lUe late James
At a meeting of Delnge Fire Company, No.
3, held last night, the following preamble and
resolutions, were adopted:
Whereas the melancholy intelligence has reached
our city from Nicaragua that our much : esteemed
jound (riitid, our noble, gallant and fearless Bro.
Fireman James Walkkr, Jr., died at Vasaq.ua,
on the 15th daj of XJnj ultimo. We feel that soma
testimonial at our bands is due to bis many excel
lent qualities of Riind and heart.
But a few short dajs ago be left us in tbe full
bloom of youth and health, accompanied with four
other members of our company, who like himself
knew no fear of danger, but with hearts filled with
patriotism they all left their homes to, en roll then,
selves under the glorious banner of the intrepid
brother of our friend, the gallant Gen. William
Walkjr. Little did we dream when our young
friend bid us farewell, that it would be the last time
we should look upon that manly form, but felt as
we received his last warm grappa joyous hope with
in us, that the gallant Deluge Boy at no diataut day,
would send back the glorious news of assisting aud
proclaiming to the world a victory which bad secur
ed to an oppressed people.liberty and independence.
We are proud to cay before the world, that we
knew he possessed a heart that never flinched when
danger was near, we have seen him tried on many
occasions, and a truer or firmer man never stood
before a burning pile.
He was one of our most zealous and active mem
bers and was always foremost in deeds of benevo
lence. Kicaraguaus, we would invoke the God of
battles to bless and crown your efforts in the noble
cause ia which yeu are engaged, and we call upon
yoa by tbe ties of common brotherhood, to defend
the spot which holds the sacred remains of tbe brave
and gallant member of No. 8, who went amonrst
you to share your hardships and to rejoice in your
But it has pleased the omnipotent fiat to decree
it otherwise.and our young friend and brother sleeps
the sleep of death in a distant land, it is a consola
tion to know that he had those around him who
knew Lis worth and who did all that could be done
to stay the hand of the grim messenger, but when
tbe alarm was sounded, James Walker, Jr., was
never known to fail in his attendance though death
stared him in tbe face; aud while we mourn over
his sudden and unexpected departure, we bow
with humble submission to the Divine will of Him
who holds the destines of us all in Ilia bands, and
say, not our will, but thine be done.
Therefore be it
' Rftolvd, That in the untimely death of our
friend aud brother, James Walker Jr., Deluge Fire
Company No. 3 and the Fire Department of our city
hare lost one of its most gallant, fearless and zeuU
ous members, and our country at large has been
deprived of a talented, brave and patriotic citi
zen. RrxJved, That we tender to his afflicted father
and relatives our mot lively sympathies in this
their irr parable and unexpected bereavement, and
would beg leave to assure them that although this
gallant boy is dead, his memory will live in the
hearts of the Deluge boys as long as one will be left
upon the roll.
Reunified, That as a token of the respect we en
tertain for the memory of our deceased brother, our
apparatus be put in mourning, and that the members ,
of this company will wear tbe usual badge of mour.
ning for twelve months.
Retained, That a copy of the foregoing preamble
and resolutions be sent to the family of our deceas
ed brother, and that the city papers be requested
to publish the same.
Daii.t Patriot Orrict, I
Nashville, June 6, 1856. J
MoSKTART AXD FINANCIAL.
The dullness that has prevailed in the Money
Market for some time past still continues, and the
tranxHotioiis in every department are on an unusu
ally limited Scale.
The hot Summer weather is now fully upon us,
and we niay expect dull times in every department
of trade for the next three mouths, prime paper is
offered very sparingly in the street, aud. selling
readily at 10 to 12 per cent, secondary grades sre
more abundant, and ia passed at from 15 to 24 per
cent The Washington dispatches announcing tbe
disiniitrial of Mr. Crampton, the British Minister
bad uo effect upon our money or produce market
whatever. The effect in proportion to the pouder
ous outgivings in certain quarters, has been ridicul
ously small. There ha) been no particular change
in bills lor the lent week, if any change at all; there
is a better demand for good 60 day bills on New
York. A 1 bills are taken readily by the banks at
9 per cent discount. In regard to money matters
ia the future we see do good reason for any un
easiuese, or alarm, as some would have the people
believe. From all portions of the country, the
crops are represented as being remarkably good,
the wheat crop which is very large will soon
be ready for market, and will have a tendency to
keep money comparatively easy during the summer
months. The New York money market is quite
easy, but in all probability will be slightly affocled
by the New London loan.
The London Timet says, the uncertainty as to
the financial requirements of the Government is
terminated by the announcement of the new loan
in consols for 5,000,000 sterling, (or $25,000,000,)
the amount originally stated, as that to which it was
expected to be limited. The contract is to be award
ed on the morning of the 19th, on tbe evening of
which day the Chancellor of the Eichequerli to bring
forward his budget As the loan is to be for five
millions io money, tbe amount of stock to be cre
ated will be about five millions aud a half; a deposit
of 10 per cent is to be paid on the 22nd Inst., and
the subsequent instalments are to be spread over
four moth, ending the 18th of September. The
stock is to bear interest from the commencement of
the p reteii t year, aud no discount lor payment Ia
view of the facts above stated we incline to the
ooinion, that American stocks will not be much
sought after by European capitalists for the next
ninety Jays to come.
Stocks The market is quite dull for all descrip
tious of stocks. We have heard of a sale of some
an.a'.l Iota of Davidson couuty bonds, having seven
teen years to matu drawing 6 per cent, at 80
cents evih; Tennaee 6's are worth-M cents cah,
in New York; Nashville & Chattanooga R. R. Stock
my be quoteJ from 85 to 40 cents, but none sell
ing. EvciiiKflt Sij;ht Exchange on New York is
iu good demand at to per tent prrm. Some of
the bauki are cheeking f thrir otrn i'jf, '
Sight Exchange ou New Orleaua 1 per ct, and not
Land Warrants have got the Untl y badly. Un
der the Influence of large grants of land to the va
rious Railreads in Iowa. Wisconsin and Minnesota,
the price of Warrants baa been very maca de
We quote them ia New York from $0 to
85, and U We.biueWn 85 to 93, with a downward
tenderer; and it is belief ed they will go l70 eta.
VB1 THAT WIST tOXITHIXa XICZ
Hoots nml Shoes,
C tai Uim 4 Be. 87 College Street, -
H . . s.n vera nurja u
JK0. R. EAIII . formerly ef KaahvJH, huraa4tfc
pra Uo mI U ta tha several La aol Evuljf Cverta ef
8ir5, Curra a4 Faaaaus ouoti
. t'.inu!. m nam wMiptaUntle. '
V r Office am4 rawiMMM at Marine Do, Bed
.. e p' f
H11&, T03T3 AXD SAIL I5UIKU.
cvit s4 L i cie I f
j. u. uaau
Reports Farnished by the Associated Prcaa.
Cifci'jkati, j'une 6 In Coeventionlst ballot
as follows; Buchanan 135, Pierce 122J,- Douglas
33, Cass 5.
2d ballot, Buchanan 139,-Pierce 119, Douglas
81T. - '
3d ballot, Buchanan 139 J, Tierce 119, Douglas
82, Cass 5. ; .
4th Ballet Buchanan 141, Fi.-rce 119, Douglass
SO Cass 6 J.
6th Ballot Buchansu 140; Pierce 119; Doug
lass 31; Caw 5. -
6th Ballot Buchanan 155; Pierce 107, Doug
lass 28, Cass 5J. .
7th ballot Buchanan! 43, Pierce 89, Dong1a.-58,
Cass 5. ; . .
8ih ballot Buchanan 147, Pierce 87, Douglass
66, Cass fi ' ..--.-----
9th ballot Buchanan 142, Pierce 87,Douglas 43,
Cass 7. . ; .
9ih ballot contested, Buchanan 146, Pierce 87,
Douelns 56, Cas 7. - " - - ,
loth ballot, Buchanan 150,' Pierce 80, Doug
las 69, Cass 1.' '
11 Ballot Buchanan 147, Pierce 80, Douglass
63 Cass 6.
12th Ballot Buchanan 148, Pieroe 79, Douglass
63. Cass 5. ' - '
13th Ballot Buchanan 150, Pierce 77, Doug
lass 63, Cass 5.
14th ballot, Buchanan 152, Pierce 79, Douglas
63, Cass 5.
- The convention adjourned at a quarter before
five o'clock. .
-Cincinnati, June 4 Geo. P. Buel, editor of the
Democratic Review, at Washington, was stabbed
and severely injured iu an affray bere to-night.
Boston, June 6. The Canada sailed at noon,
with 133 passengers and $ 54,000 in specie. Mr.
Crampton and the British cousuls were among tbe
Washington, June S. Senatk not in session
Eocsi There being only 25 members present,
not a quorum the House adjourned.)
Nxw Orleans, June 4 Cotton Sales to-day
8,500 bales. Market unchanged in every respect
Flour 6.25a6.35. Mess pork 17.6918.00. Lard
in tierces lOf.
Freights on cotton to Liverpool 1-16.
Halifax, June 5 The steamer Niagara arrived
last night with dates to the 24th ult. from Liver
The cotton market had been easier, with a slight
declioe in lower grades; but on Friday it closed
firm, with an upward tendency. Bales of tbe week
Breadstuff are a shade lower.
Provisions weak, with a moderate demand.
Money maiket easier Consols unchanged.
Lives pool Market Cotton Sales to specula
tors 1,700 bales. Sales on Friday 10,000 bales.
New Orleans fair 7, middling 6J; Mobile fair 6J,
middling 6; upland fair 6f, middling 1 1-16. Stock
on hand, exclusive of that on shipboard, 677,500
bales, of which 528,000 are American.
The Manchester market opened heavy, but im
proved at the close.
Consols 94 J.
The new loan of 1,000,000 was taken at OS.
The political nes is unimportant.
PiTTSBt'RQ. June 5, m. River three feet ten
inches and falling. , ,
Cincinnati, June 5, u Flour, superfine 5.25a
5.35; Whisky 21; Me pork is held at 17.00; Su
gar very firm at 8a9 for common and prime; Mo
The river ia about stationary with seven feet
water in tbe channel.
Louisville, June 5. River about on a stand.
At a meeting held in the cabin of the steamer
"Aleona," plying between the ports of Nashville
and Cincinnati, having on board a large number of
Delegates to Cincinnati Convention, and hundred
and thirty passenger, it was unanimously.
Resolved, That we tender to Capt. Miller, his su
balterns and crew, our sincere and heartfelt thanks
for their manly behaviour, kind and courteous act",
and general pleasant manner and demeanor.
Resolred, That we commend the Aleona to the
travelling public, as being a safe, reliable and fleet
boat; as possessing large and ampin accomodations,
and every way worthy of the confideuce of the tra
velling community. '
On motion of Gen. S. R.' Anderson, of Nashville,
three cheers were given for Capt. Miller and is crew,
which was heartily respoaded to when the meeting
adjourued tine die.
JOTIN G. CIIILDRE3S, Prcs't
John S. Bsaksvorp, Sec'y.
TIIE AniwU, Atlanta A Nashville Telegraph Line it now
working through to Augusta, Ga., where it connect
with ot'ier Lint-a running North, EaU and fonth. The line
ia now in good repair through from Nashville to Augusta,
and we exix-ct to keep it to Ln future. We 'hall endeavor to
put all buaincM for thla Line through Id the sharteet time
powitile. and expect to be able to give general satisfaction.
mayl6-tf C. O. CLUIK, f up't.
P'H ar?;rm ajr rnTf.rycf
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So. 40 PUBLIC SQUARE, XAS11VILLK,
IMPORTERS AND PEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
The Croakers at Fault.
Going Ahead Faster than Ever!
IW 1070 L'f.
Its Population avIII lie
10 0,0 0 0!
OR A UTTLF. LESS.
riHE harder the knowing ones predict Ita duwnfall the fiut
X er It grow.
Fven the RnSruad and hiirh tuxtm have not tet it back any.
In rdr to kp pac wilh tlie ipirit of Vie age and to give
all purtiimsuf our Srutif;ilclty and IU vicinity a foireJuinr,
the gentlemanly proprietor of the Town ot McGavork, have
genrroaxly al)uwr u to offer a portion of that noble echente
to the public We thereJore propoae,
Thursday, the 19th day of June,
to oftVv at PuWlc Sale, a number of Mapniflr-nt It. aititated
on FUlmore Avenue, &vil Mreet aitd tlte Uueua YUU Turn
pike. W e feel that our power of drecription are Inadrqnate U the
task of properly eetung forth the beaut ir and advantage of
theae ground. It would require the frrtile imsgiaatiua and
dawic pew o the talented autlior of "Ulcacliff" to do juasjoe
to our lUtoie. beti ....
"2IenT. tk Vif
. . Qf mJemH" waluuu, (not "ut,")
how appropriately and eloquently, one, .' "wtf fi-ee,"
(parttruUrty atter tniblliiug coptotwly from the Fnuntain of
ileklVk,) might, ai he eurveyed the arene before him, dea
cant up"B the glrtee nf anrtrtu Qrrrr and Rome, anon Ar
eaitian (rrvea, Kytvan ttreanta, Capitoiine Hilh, (treeian Por
tiooe atid Kpyptian Temple. After aring aloft in wh tty le,
mulct he reatrain hw Krgaamao tr to deacrnd to the pre
ent time, ami view Utiuga aa Uy are, he would ace lmuen
tety brfort turn
The Great Hijrh Way
of Nationa, (waneurtr g at the rcmoteet corner of Maine, only
to end oa the PaciOc, tccnung with tt uiiliiona of pakaengera
and treaniwg natter iu na4of fr'i;ht; gracefully rruMiig
the beautiful Stetnet and tavlrfully wnulinf ita way around
the baa of ear mJ lie Cepit-d.
No kiaper en tboaw gmtnd be deaer rated by the pretence
of ?ine, the heiUm-mg ot Kul!, or the braying of J k-a et,
aa that ampkUJieaiKe h f irtuualely bveo removed to our
extreme uuthera oxiSuea.
Taaa. Thii word alippc4 la accidentally. U natural
It k In thee day fur aii Utilise to end in oiouty. We did not
Inhtid to arri re at Uit pouit a tuna, but it wwl.l eome. Nev
erUislcna, we nop ;o wiU not oouM-Ier it tnerornary. We
are a g 1 deal hie our iK liUiaita, brttufuU of "it utiam
Wort, ( r the Jcar pe4i out of pure kuve and aatectin for
thou, aud aa fr tifiM-y, and Ukiu care vt ouneivaa, eh, no,
we never mrniiuK tlieoi. Like Uie CUK iuuait CvovvnUun,
Uii aale i f p enciutiirty jtri b-tM mUiui. Never
Uieleea, like tlwe It1c lea-ten, rterce, Utarhanan, tHMit
laa, c, we wUI grat.fully rwvive ilght tokena of regard
our eminent ami dUUrt'rt puuc ecrricf, and in thia
taetatire we tf leave to (atnrest that they it ia the aliape of
jotos payabie tn bank, rami eg fearaoue to Ave yeiur in a-h
awioa aa lit Bubtte May kutdly dctaw, the two Art with aat
fcfarttwy rubra, ail branng lntort (we like to be prog-rcaalvt
Dot Ma tiding atiil) an 1 a lies reutiiud. te.. Aa.
The Qmmlawa, with tbe fly, as4 otber apt-lUscwa, wiD be
a kaad aa aL ' J
(afSerwtanrMi to eoecmeMv al 11 o'clock, t , a the pre
taaa. lrofrannee remlr to f-w .'.irt .
, . i.t.siJkLrCROcnrTT,
I. B. CtAeoocK, Aettiiaww. 81 t'oltege it
' J3ES. CCS7EIL & BUSSS, .
H1TINO MSbdaleti thvmwlvee ta srerueia ef theft
n ml a, teader Vt eervxw to tbe :iiaiu el Naah
wttto. . n ef StiBmf 1 t.'a;a ftrtMs,otpti
14 felWwa' EaU. spU-Us,
Efcry Han His Own Sliller.
CORN AND COBniL.
Patented by Charles Lea vitt, February 27 tb., 1855
THK above cut represents s recent and valuable improve
men! by Charhs Lumr, in PORTABLE GRAIH
MILLS, stdapted to crushing Corn and Cob together fuc
stock, and grinding Meal for family u?e. Mr. Leavitt Defng
the oripinal inventor of this kind of a machine, and, from a
king experience with cast iron crushers, finding that all of
them were liable to objections, the most formibable of which
was their want of durability, or liability soon to wear ont, he
again went to work with the view of removing the objection
able features, In February, 1S55, he succeeded in obtaininl
letters-patent for the "fcxeekior Corn and Cob Mill," and now
has the iU is faction of being able to present the above Mill to
the farmers of the United States, standing aa it does at the
head of the list of Corn Crushers, combining the good quali
ties of all, exempt from the delects of any, and poeeeasint;
many new, valuable, and distinguishing feaiures,ef which aU
oUiert are JehtUute.
We have remarked that the great and heretofore Insur
mountable objection urged with so much force against cast
Iron mills, was their palpall deficiency in durability. To
remove this objection was a desideratum long sought for, and
which has been at length attained in the 'Excelsior Mill,' only;
the grinding surface of which consists in movable rings, made
of hard and superior metal, and which, when worn oat, can
be replaced in five minutes by new rings, at a cost of $3.00,
which makes a mill as good as new, there being no other part
liable to wear out. Two sets of grinding rings accompany
each mill, making it equal to two mills. This peculiarity poa
aessed by no other mill, should not be overlooked by purchas
ers, as it insures durability, a consideration of ail others the
Another interesting feature in tins mill, and one which we
think will secure for it a just consideration of merit, is in its
being provided with a meal conductor, by means of which the
meal is discharged into a half-bushel, instead of being scat
tered around the mill, aa 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 elsewhere, at all of which it established its
superiority,' we do not hesitate emphatically to pronounce it
pre-eminently superior to any and all other corn crushers of
the day, independent of ita movable grinding rings, which
feature of itself makes the distinction between the "ticelnior"
and all other corn crashers so broad aa to render a compari
son auperlluous; and, aa an evidence of sincerity, we hereby
announce thtt we will give a Silver Cup to any Corn Crasher
that can be produced, of the same size and same length of
lever, that will grind finer and faster than the "Kxceisior," at
some time and place to be agreed upon.
Capacity cf grinding corn and cobs, with two horses from
15 to 20, and with one horse from 8 to 10 bushels per hour.
Cost of Banning the Excelsior Mill for Ten Tears,
Compired voWt that of the other iliile in km at thi tim
It has been proven by exie-ience, and contraay to genera
expectation, that cast iron mills for grinding corn, etc., to do
the work properly, will not Ust more than two years. In view
of this fact, the inventor of the excelsior Mill has labored to
produce a machine that will be more economical, and at the
same time more elTectunl. The following estimate will show
the coet of grinding with each of the mill now in use for ten
Cost of Excelsior Mill (50, including an extra set of Grind
Itg Plates, which makes it good for four years. Cost of re
pairs for six years, S9, making for ten years, (59.
Cost of a common mill, without any extras, say (44. Coet
of running the same for ten years, supposing that the mill
will last as long aa the Excelsior Mill without repairs, say to
be renewed every two years, which in this case must be done
at the expense of a new midline eachtiiue, fl7ti, making for
the ten years a cost of (220. This same rule will apply to
any and all of the mills now in use which come iu competition
with the Excelsior Mill.
Farmers and others in want of mills for grinding Corn and
Cob, etc., will see by the above estimate that the Excelsior
Mill can be used for the purpose required at less than one
third the exiense of any other mill now in use.
This mill may be put up in a few minutes by any ordinary
farm hand, printed directions for which accompany each mill.
The undersigned, having purchased the right to the above
mill in Middle T nnessee, take pleasure in introduciug it to
the public, believing it to be all that is claimed for it, and well
worthy the attention of every F irmer, 8to-k Raiser, and
Dealer in Stck. . Price 50, with two sets of grin"ing rings,
and levers fitted to the mill re dy for attaching the horse.
These mills 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, wliilst the purchaer will
have the satisfaction of knowing he is encouraging home man
ufacture. We offer county rgli's for sale upon such terms as will mV
it an inducement for men of energy to engBge in the enter
terprise. We msy be found at the foundry of Mr. T. M. Brer
nan, No. 87 College s'reet, near Itrnad, where we shall be
happy to receive orders and lurnifh such information upon
the subject as may be desired.
Cfr Having obtained the right to el! the above machines
In Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana aud Florida, persons in those
States can be supplied by applying ti the undersigned.
Thorough business men are wanted to act as Airents.
AddreM JAMES C BALDWIN ft CO.,
tnayl 8m Nashville, Tennessee
Patent Straw Cutter.
MMIE multiplicity of Straw Cutters alrcariy before the pub
X lie, a large proportion of which having failed successfully
to stand the test of thorough trial, and having fallen far short
of the representations of the venders, as well as the expecta
tions of the purchasers, a general dNtmst has been created
in the public mind for all machines of this description. Hence
it becomes a consideration of th utmost importance before
the general introduction of a machine, concern ng which there
is so much doubt, and connected with which tin re have been
so many failures, that it should first have been subjected to
the most thorough and critical test, and iu iaim to merit
clearly established beyond a doubt. This machine has now
been in existeuce uptvards of twelve months, during which
time it has been submitted tn the severest tests, and has un
dergone modifications and alterations, with a view of bringing
it aa near perfection as possible. It is now complete, and pre
sented to the public in, the fliU conlidenoe
wants of the fanning community, and suatain the'high repu
tation it has already obtained, and the opinion formed of it
by all who have used iu
We claim for it
1st. Great strength aid 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 th: slightest fear of derangement.-
ttd. Superiority and excellence of execution, catting with
great ease, rapidity aud exactness.
4th. Great economy in price, being offered at the low rate
of .ight Dollars.
OUier ad vantagea might be mentioned, but would occupy
too much SMice.
It possesses on peculiarity, however, so remarkable and
important, that wa cannot forbear making mention of it. We
allude to iu KvrKLaSTmu Frawu, designed to keep the knife
always iu ita proper place, and secure uniformity of execu
tion, at the same time yielding to any hard and foreirn sub
stance, the appea ranee of which ia most machinery would be
liable to produce serious injury. . .
Coanty Uighta In Middie ami Wet Tennessee for sale upon
extremely advantageous terms. They can be made by any
worker in wood. Men f energy wanted to act as Agents.
. T a - I Tt A I.UWTN Jr frfl .
,i .j - . Nauhvuxb, Tennessee
rrMlK above machine, patented Octolier 16th, i?5. In Ita
X utility, simplicity, and rapid and thorough execution,
surpasses every thing of the kind heretofore introduced. 1 his
Tub Is mounted on a stool, and provided With rollers and
brushes, by the action of waich a strong and rapid current of
water is Induced to pass through tbe clothes, removing every
particle of dirt without the slightest injury of the clothes,
however fine the texture. ' Ry a peculiar aud ingenious ar
rangement, the dirt removed from the clothe is provided with
a place of deposit, and thereby prevented from being ground
back again into the clothes, as is the rase in most machine.
(Six or seven shirts, or their equal in buik, can be thoroughly
washed with this machine in from eiht to ten minutes. These
Tubs are sold at right Poll.irs each, which taken in connec
tion with its perfect performance, tenders it the
Cheapest and Best Wasting Machine now Known.
Trintcd directions accompany each machine. '
County Kighta in any part of Tennessee for sale upon such
termi a will secure to the purchaser a large profit upon the
investment. To men of merry a rare opportunity for making
money eady and rapidly, wiD bi olWed. ,
agento wanted ia 1l part of the Ftarev
Address J AUKS C. BALD WT IT ft CO.,
tnayl w3m " 87 College street, KAanvUxa, Te n
" a"!TThc Fprlng of the year ie ihe most proper time te
take feansttig and purifying medicines, of which Swaim',
Paaacee statids pre-eminent.
. j . yoaTHScnat or
Incipient Consumption, General Debility, Wh te Swelling,
KheuraatHtra, Diseases of th Liver an 1 f kin, and
ail D'. arising from Impurities of
i'-h the JUuod. and tb eCocu of
SWAIM'S PANACEA has eea for more than thirty year
celebrated ia thi country and in Kurop for Ita extraor
dinary cure tor the eert'Acati- of whi k reference hi made
to th directions and books (which saay be had gratis) acoooi
panying the Paoanea. Boaic of which give th particulars
of ease too frightful for general puhtiration, where tlx pa
tient have been almost eaten au with ttcrefula, and were
deemed iucurableby Physicians.
It ha been esed ln hospitals and private practice, and baa
been recommended by th uoat celebrated l'njtlciacs, told
other eminent person. Among others, by
W. Qis, M. D., Prdeasor of furgery, P. University ,
YtLtxTiaa Miff, M. V., Prof, of Surg. N. T. University.'
W. P. Dawasa, M. D-, Prof, of Mid , Pa. University.
N. Csuriu. M. D-, Prof of Physic, Pa. University.
T. Paaaa, M. l. President College nf Physicians, Phil.
Da. Do. Vjuj.1, Pmf. of Medicine, Havana.
Joe Eocaaxco ca Lea, Prof, ef Surg., L:in.
J. CuirMas, Mem. Rnyal College gurgeona, London,
O. W. Isvisj, late Minister to Jpam.
fta Tnoats Praam, MaJ. Orn. Urirl.h Ara'j.
IliutaaT Koaaswoa, P.rltUh Consul, Ac , Ae.
Tbe wonderful cure effected by Swaico'a Panacea, have,
fr nany yean, nade it aa iavaluable remedy. Tb Pana
cea doe not contain mercury ia any tarn, and being aa in
nocent preparation, it may be f ra to the most fctadv In-.
Ttie retail price has been reduced U 1.M p-r bottle, (cea
talnirg three half pin's.) three eotur t $t.
BZWARE 07 IMPOSITION.
walra's PanacM ta rtmal bottWa, ttiated kiDgltndlnally,
with Ue Jullowlng fetter biff a ea M rtaaa:
...... SVt4r' rAC riiiup.
Having the same ef Ja. 8wais stamped on the sealing was.
and wr.tue on th label revering tbe cork, and e tpu-ndid
rngravtng oa Oie ii of th botu. by Draoer a Co., Hank
Note Ibsgravert, of k hiiadsiphiav Ia th centre of which 1
a portrait of tbe Sato Wet. rwatm, ( jyr'ght teenred.)
If prva putrbaiitigtb Pana. ea w'J boearefal to b
HtTi that lb 0uo St W A 1 . oortecUy fpaed.Uiy
need aut be Unpj4 - '
r. :r gwalm's Vcntilfuse.1
A vaable rai!y Ms"JWn, btlnf h'g'.ij aporw4 rttn
dy tne all t (iKi wiag tre t-aaturt n tea wr'l
os. sarb a Aati:l el the ttwsiioh, Wonsia, Chra
Mm baa, Dyarawry, gever and Ague, tilling PUea, HcS
Hdacb, e .Ac ' 'h Panptuot (wttsca aaay be bad
gratia) aeemrany!ng l' Vrrwniie.
Prepared eoly o Iwiin" U"r, tt rrivts,
fsveulh 81, below Che-lautrt., PUid,,!, and miA by all
Ut rcpeiati l-rea na ia tb t'jii i Stau.
osscsal iiTe ra ti.s V. u,
:j :SCHiEFFlLN BROTHERS & CO.,
MyT-eotaai s - 179 VtUUa S jtti, J.W fsrk'
Iniitl Warrant. ;
Drill1 wy a, Wr. Jtierpfc pcuwe w.? t; la
buy taad t rr ft r a at y aU Hand, IS I'f-trry
t, siaUs. (saatllj . J. U. .LU Ui. t
y Are yu Cettln? Said 1
Is yrjur hair'turning grey ! Do yoa wish to cultivate good
hn,krand moaitachesf Toar hair to be soft, silky and
glossy! ; Toot head to be cool, eomfortable and free of dand
ruJTt Mothers f axe your children to have luxuriant beat
of hair" Than lite Booli'i BTrsuna Flcib, which slew
fails in IU unerring efforts. Price 15 ets. 50 t; 73 eta, and
fl CO per bottle. . Bogle' Balm of CytheiU stands an ri
valled for eradicating tan aid p!mp!es, aud bemtifytng tbe
eorapleztoul Prfce 60 'ets. -Inventor' and proprietor, W.
Bogle, Boston, add sold by Druggists everywhere. -
mjSl ly, ' . '' '
The Jlrtof Dyeins; Unman lialr.
" It li but Imperfectly understood evea by those who make
the greatest pretensions. The most ef the popular Hair
Tye of the day may, for tbe timej color the hair, bat soon
to be succeed e-l by a tarnished green, or other nnsight'y ap
pearance. Bogle's Electric Dye la void of these noxious
properties. It instantly dyes the hair a be autifi'l natural
black or brown, which neither water nor sunshine can tar
nish In the least: and to male assurance doab'y sure"
his agents are authorial to refund the money if the most
perfect satisfaction is not given. Prices 50 eta, 00 and
tl CO per ease. Inventor, W. Bouut, Boston, and sr!d by
Druggists eretywhere. my 8My
CTT Extract from a Utter by the Rev. Mr. CHcmcwm of
Bojton, who is now traveling tor his health in the Kast.
"It give one aa ever present idea of the expansive en
terprise of his countrymen, to find their commodities of
commerce continually in his path wherever he goes. I have
not visited ary considerable city of Turkey where I did not
find the Medicines of my country represented by Ayer't
Cherry Perioral. In Smyrna, Aleppo, Jaffa, Jerusalem and
Constantinople, we see in each, on the door pit of some ba
l&ar, the peculiarly American looking iron card of Dr. Ayer,
faying in language which not one in a thousand of the past
era ty can raid "Ayer't Cherry Pectoral, for Coughs,
Cold and Consumption, told here." On a shelf behin 1 the
cress-legged mussulman, are teen the bottles, with their Eng
lish, Spanish, French and German faces turned towards the
crowd, and on enquiring we are told that foreigners are not
the only purchasers, but the true believers themselves waive
their trust in fate to try this product of American skill, when
they And there Is no other core for them. , '
HI was told yesterday that tbe Cherry Pectoral h id been
presented to the Sultan, and is now in constant as in his
harem, and in the hospitals of the Empire." .
Anotber Xlemarltable Cure of Scrofula.
ftPAiTa, Caroline eo., Va., I
' March, 1S5A. f
Meters. Bennett & Beert, EtcJunond:
Gentlemen Tours Caara's Pnirsa Miitcsb ha per
formed a remarkable cure ia the person of a servant man,
afflicted with Scrofula in the very worst form. So bad had
he become that his eyes were entirely closed, and bad been
so far mere than a year I As a last resort, as everything
else had failed, it wa resolved to try the Mixture. We ad
ministered it according to directions, and wonderful to say,
a perfect ours has boca effected. I am satisfled that no
medicine equals "Carter's Spanish Mixture' as a purifier of
the blood. It is creating quite an excitement here, and sells
very rapidly. Send another lot by Bailroad.
Yours, truly, B. S. BROADDCS.
WILLIAM L. MOKSELL,
Dry and Sparkling Catawba,
NO. 35 EAST THIRD ETSEET,
jyl6 ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Millinery aud Straw Goods.
31 R S ."sTTTXiTo Y D ,
Fashionable Silk and Straw Milliner.
IVO. IO CEDAR ST.
WOULD respectfully Inform the Ladiee of Nashville and
vicinity that she ha just received per ateamer Ella,
her entire lot cf
Spring Millinery Goods,
Consisting ol Ladies' French Lace ilonnets, French and
Tuscan Bonnets, Lace and Brilliant Bonnets, Tissue Bonnets,
Hair and Ti-sue Bonnets, Misses' Blond Bonnets, Misses'
Hair and Htrnw Bonnets, Knglish (Straw Bonnets, blond Tis
sues, Lace Plats, Dlond F au, Tuscan Hats, Belgrade liats,
Cotiurg (lata, Lace Hats, Lace Jock ie Hats, Htraw Caps, rtlb
bons of the choicest and richest qualities, French Flowers,
Wreaths, Ko-.ei and Rosebuds, and Trimmings ol all kinds,
Ladies' b'ack MUt Vei's black Silk Pic Nic Gloves, Chemi
settes, L'n.lersleeves, Collars ; snd other articles of Ladies'
Ware too numeral to mention.
The Uoods will be open on the 16th Inst., for the inspection
of the Ladies, wheie they will please ca I and examine for
themselves before buy nit elsewhere.
N. K. Ladies Straw B moets cleansed and altered.
ty Two or three young Ladies wasted a Aprrentiee to
learn the business. aplC
HNK PLAI Ell GOO Bis. -
WE have lust opened a small assortment of PLATED
OAeTOKd of various qualities, and new and hand
some Patterns, which will be sold fur a small advance upon
New York list.
ALSO PUted Pppons, Forks, Tea Spoons, Cups, Candle
sticks, Ac, Ac. All of which will be told at very low prices
may 23 MACKENZIE A WILSON.
3 o o Is. - XJ in ci o x
Blank, liook Manufacturer, etc.,
No. 19 Deaderick Street, KashYille-
BOOKS and Magazines bound to order. Muie bound on
an improved principle, with patent spring backs, in neat,
elegant and substantial style, r.
All orders in his line will be promptly attended t, and at
reasonable prices. ap80 6m
(Ja?1 A ateaay, flrst rata Book-Binder can get constant
employment at forwarding. .
To Printers and Bookbinders.
WA.VJ'EIt The nam and address of every Printer
and Iioik ttinder in the Western States, to whom I will
send free my Lu.eraaTu CataLoetra, of
EailNQ MACHINES, PENS AND PRESSES.
One single copy of the Newspaper, and the Card of Book
binder, will answer. They will all find it to their advantage
to send their name and address to W. O. HICKO&,
apao 6m HassMBcaa, Pa.
lirTliee Machines can be seen in operation at the Book
biodery of i. C Ficaa, Deaderick St., Nashville, who wiU take
pleasare in showing them to any who will call oa him.
FOR A SMALL 1XVKST3IEXT
t 1,200 PRISES! 60,000 POLLAKS I
IMPH0 VaMK.NT ON THS
Approved Havana Tlan Lotterj.
- JASPEK COUNTY ACATEMlOTTEXT.
BT AUTHORITY 0FTUS At ATX Of Q IO SO I A.
1 0,000 NCMBXR8 ONLY I 1 PRlZf TO I TICKETS!
. GLIM ft , '
To le Drawn June 15th, 1S58.
AT Concert Ball. Kacob. Ga-, ander the sworn uper
Inten-ience ot Col HI. AXsajtan and Jsia
A lNib-t, Keq.
Thi Lottery is drawn oa the plaa of the Royal Lottery of
Havana, ef aingle somber I thia bas only 10,04 0 auneera,
and the Havana Lottery M.OOtl nambers the Uavsna 2t
Prises, this l,3t6 Pnaee. Look te year interest Kowistbe
1 Prise all
1 Prise or
, 4 l"KJ
6' HI AppnixIm&Uoo Prizes oC.?0 are..
boo no , , , v do. ,..iuare
1,200 Frizes Amounting to $60,000!!
Tickets tlO 00: HalTes t5 00; Quartan $2 50.
PKIZEd PAYABLE WITHOUT OlOUCTIOil.
Persona sending aweey by mall need not sear He being
lose Order punctually attend t too. Oomaunieation eoa
Adential. Bank Note of sound banks taken at par. Draw
ing sent to all ordering tickets.
Thoae wishing parkcelar numnrm stiosild order Imme
diately. AddreM JAMJU F. WlNTaR, Mansrer,
aiayll or, BOX Itfl, IfiSJtviixa P. O.
TUt rabMtibers are daily receiving thr Bl'MMIl
m otR, among which a 01 be foand th following ia tbe
Wine Department S
Cbampaane Wiaee consisting of the Celibrated
' Cabinet, be-t uIlty;
" " ' "
Wltbssndrvlow pried brands for country Itercbanta.
Also, tut sal by th rallon er bottle
Tb Old Howard March Ma Wra Wine; ' '
Poutb8.de ' " " .
Amonlilladofherry " "
i. Kadati h " .
Oid Luaden Dock Port . , .
Pure French Brandy 0'ard, Dopey Cj
. Old Loadoa Dock ;
" " Chanpafus Uraod;
... . otd C. nae " , f
... CM' 1Stcae afortrd,
" Chateae, MrrBV. firaad Yiirtage, k
a Waifl uperiir te any r before krau-nt bere.
. . . Ao, Ctateaa Hnoa VaieUe; .
' " Mi -
" St. istrra.
Tbev wbij'J a.J that lli aoore Wines aad Braodie -e
vurrrtnttd aa repiwtntod. t btiu bimglit at bw caib
artea. wiU be Sud eMuatly !.
Ps. i LWiSU. ATHOMPtOI, Cnloa rt.
WATTS, GIVEN &. CO., r
necehins & Forirardia31trcliaatst
PA0t CAII, kV
HAYISQ a ?arre. raw and mbatasttal Waarf Boal, 'a3
U4wt enfacusd Wwr aare, ebalt be tWwsroed iUi
pfiOli -!vtt aui lrp.!rh. tdl attsl
AUIILi: 1). LLLlitt ,
, (svecasaua ntusi Kngi ) -
HaTIVi) aiaae important sddiuottste kintsci:ry. aa
gieaaly tacreeiaed tss atcun). tor n?-trr. nut
Ejaorasiiaud Mjth.e-ery ef entry desciiptjuri, t i fpta
te maaefartore Meaas Kngia ac t fn:--ri f j ml !.B p.-ji
ath ,nd ilarstiinty taasy c::-!t U U. V. e i , at as lew
ervx. tiaViMg ba prac;n tj tt( r4 ta li t'tian
oi Maduutry m Jtaativul tor Uw but Lima fnn a. 1 r;.
ted bis aercccai aiteau ia So ihe stajnifailwu t-' WtfrEi.aSit,
b Uem euS tettt tttalbema fiseiiViafMotwt a'i lw may
tmifte ttai wua :ho;r entn at the til ( t, .it iijor,
si aad 34 Hm kt street, aesur bro4 K i.h t S , t o,
Au kiii't of ware jt i K'.t, i tsb .. e V.Yi,
Tv"e fliV, bank, Jails, : saacuird froJtpL
aad al tbe h.wl (ut r:s. , ......
iati ' ? l,i IE 1, ti.1
CITY CLOTUDfQ STOSE. v
spring and. summer
Mercliant Tailor, : 4
! , MAXXTT STREET, HASH71LL2t
W0CXD resrectfu'ly inforai his customers and thecitl
sens of Nashville generally, that b ha just returned
from Nee York with a large and elegant stock ef . ,
KPItI3l& A.D SIMJIKB fiOODS
And ia now ready to All aU orders for Clothing aa the shotV
est aotice, and in a seat and kaablonable style, Ilabastht
largest varie'y of .
Both tor Boys' and Oentlecaen's wear ever brought to this
market, and Ik pes the citizens srlll give bim a call.
Also-Shirts, Drawers, Cravat. Handkerchief, Gloves
Ac, Ac., which can be had cheap and ea eood tettns.
VTA. G. A A-B. BEECH
Wo. 40 COLLKCJE ST. STASH VI Lt.E,"
ATE Re:ived a v.rv Urre n-I welt (elected stock
STAPLE ASU JA1TCT DaT GOODS,
And CARPETS for(185C.
' Drrsja tiootka.
Pine Harete Robes new style,; r.-.
" Organdie Robe " " , -
Rich Striped and Tlaid SI k;
Plain dilk tor Evening Dresses and Mantles;
Bareges, Plain, Striped, at.d Plaid; - -
Large lot cheap Muslins; '
" Whit Goods.
A large assortment of Jaconet and Swiss Floaxcin gs;
. Embroidered fwiss and Jacoset Collars; ? ... . .
VaJenciKOne Laea Collars; . '
Collars and Sleeves to match;
Large sesortment Misses Collars; t
TrauafeJ Work and Embroidered Skirts. ' -
Bajou's make a large stock. .i j-
Kmbroidered Black and Whice Silk Mantles; " '
Colored Mantles, variety styles prices, from 3 to 123;
Mom Trimmed Mantles.
TBiaaii5G5 fcb eeesses,
Eaadsoo lot Bonnet Ribbons;
" " Mos Trimming and Fringes;
Large " BUck Velvet Ribbons.
A good assortment of Ladies' white, black and colored
. Alio, a good assortment of Misses' and Chidren'a Hose.
Large lot ftenileroen's Cotton and Silk Half Hose.
Gentlemen? Cloods. tt
Hand some assortment French Linens;
" " Black and fancy Frit Cssi-ners;
, i. m ' Cloths;
Linen Dock good assortment;
Plain and Check Car-iraere, for Boys wear;
Assortment Cravats, f hirt Collars, Drawers, Kid Glovea.
CIKTAIX DA ITI ASKS.
In Satin and Wool new pattern
Handsome Lace and Kmbroidered Mulin Curtains;
Large lot Curtain Muslin.
Carpets and House-Fon&Mrig Goods.
line 4-4 lb Velvet Oarpetlng;
4 4ih and X Brussels do.;
" 8 Ply CarpeUng newstrles;
-tlJ " " "
' Good assortment Rugs, Mala. Druggets, 4 4, 5-4, and 4-4
Check and White Canton Matting.
Also, a large stock ( f cheap Carpets;
4 4, 8 4, ami VI 4 Moor Oil CloUia;
Heavy Goods for Car coverings;
4 ply Cotton Docks log inches aide. These Goods we ean
fUrnish from 12 to 150 inches wide.
We have a large stock of Plain, plaid and Striped Osna
burgs, very heavy.
We have Gooda the right width for Wagon Sheets and
Those visiting Nashville would do well to give us a rail be
fore baying. apl2 A. C. A A. B. BEKCH.
D. W. HMIU.
T. t. SOOTT.
a. a. cut too.
Russell, Scott & Co.,
NO. 60 ISOADWAY, KASHTILLE.
RCS3ELL, SCOTT A CO. have just received and for sale:
4A0 b(t Prirr Bait. Coffee; ' 8 eases Matches;
9Kt kgs Nails, various brands;) SO dr Painted Buckets;
IN) pkgs Star Candles; lUnesU " Tubs;
10 " Opal do; ' Si HI reams Wrapping Paper;
75 boxes Xummer Mould do; .150 boxes Glassware;
73 " Bar Soap: , W bbis Smith's Summer Ala;
1 00X00 Reaalia Cirars, vari- l' O - RectiBed Whisky;
ous brands: I M
Bourbon and Rye do;
Brandy, Gin A Rum;
Port and MaL Wine;
60 bis Tobacco, all grades; W)
N) pkgs Teas, very fine; 85
85 casks Foda; j 80
With all other articles usually kepi ia our line of business.
i. c. Nicholson; & co.
NO. 22 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Wish to give notice to the Public generally
Sprint? Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Is now Complete, which, lot Beauty, Cheapness,
and Durability, cannot be surpassed.
IU THIS OIT1.
OTTR stock of Dress Goods cons its ef Silks, Bare res aad
Tissues; plain and figured Muslins, Jaconets and Ging
hams, of every kind and quality; Laces and kmbrotdertee of
every description; Mantles, Ribbons, Parasols, Umbrellas
and Pans, to salt all customers.
In Mr bite Uoods, our stock is very complete. Our stock,
of Linen Goods is ia fine order. ' Damasks, sheetings, Tow
el. Dessert Napkins, Irish Uten, Ae.
Window Curtains of all Kinds.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Linen and Cotton Goods for Men and
Boy. Domestics, bheetings. Drillings, Tickings, and bar
van I ' good. W have a No. 1 stoea of Hosiery tor bob,
women and children. In a word, every thing usually kept
ia a dry goods hoase; aM of which we will sell low. Oar
motto is small profit aad quick sale. People in trading
with us need have no fears of buying old goods, as we open
ed wi'h an entire new stock last fail, not having bad any
old spring goods whea this stock wa purchased.
We take great pleasure ia showing our goods to all who)
may favor us with a calL
aP29 C I. 0. NICHOLSON A CO.
5ASHTHLE BELL AXD B2AS8 r0U2nBT.
So. 17J Souta Front Street,
AB. COOI, practical BTLL and BftA&i VOCNDK
successor to Welter A Cook, at prepared to asanafa
ture to order, aVli a r Church. , ftteamboats and Plaa t a
liona. Alio, fteam WbisUea, OJ Globe, Cylinder, Guag,
Poentain and ftp Coeks, Hose and bait-well Joints, 4t a
Moantieg, AnU Prtction Metal.
All work made by m wiU neatness and despatch, ef tk
beat maisrtai,at low price, and warranted. jaal4 ly
FU i i.EllA 1 7S.
Tnt Cadersigmed is as osual pvewared ta attend rmuu
whea called oa, at short aoUee; being ia peeeeesioa af
Patent Metalic Burial Case,
P aniveraaliy admired and adopted, and e.bmxeUdged le
I tk i-U, tmtt UttraUt aad chmjumt banai raae
aow ia aM their shape being such at not to eadaager tbe
BMTiogof the body, ur earning ever wben moved, er la
wetittt ef earth le Weak in vs baricd, as the top ie of an
rai shape and will bear maca as or pressure than Sal lopa;
and having bad the rk case in constant ae for Bve yeara,
and havtnr never knowa it te fail k answer i'jt eValred pear
poae, we (sal it eur duty to reeoataarttd it in psefereaee la
anv otbercane new la u. - -
w wiU aiw furntub te CXLA2T2 BURIAL CASKZT t
thoee who prefer it; and every outer dawrtpuoa of.
TOlt CL0T3, AXD POLISHES A5Q C0XXC3T
C0FFIHS - '
to all who may sail on as, ea la sbortrt iMIee. 1
Jf W are also prepared to ftirnUh rood, aat Hears,
Hacks, Rariel C)oth;s, Fuaeral Tickets, Nam Plat, Ae.
Of Penona catling oa as may rtl aasarvd that tbe wt9
a punctually wa td en. J. W. VlcCOatas.
W. it. COaJilXlL'i, AuKxr.
fTT" CNDtSTAKKR llrtegla fh coaatry ereityeaa be
furuih-4 wtlb tb fat McUii Case set ;iKiiua.
Kojal IlaYana Lottery.
,i . ..
THE ordinary drawing ef tl, loyal Davaaa Lattery
roadw.vd t y th )panWh Government, antler lb
peresmta af tb Captain Geowal ef Caba, Jl Uka blaea at
WKCiNESDAY, Jt'M: 11th, ISoG.
s gib.oo o-
Sorteo Niimrro 50. Ordinarlo.
I Piit of. .
t - .
I - - .
IS Pifsrsef.... fl.Ww
it " ; f
l Spewnv'TWioaS.... 4.9e)'
4 aMtrexiasatioa w u ti (. wr ll-"' each.
tti.e-. 4 al - t It, 4 of 1 xj is s.noM.
VUole Ticket $10; lUHrt $5;
(Quarter $i30. . -
t rise cai-ke 1 .t t al S per eemt U-v !U '
B.:t oa t.e bank ut Ss!Vu- UUa at pr.
A d:-awtt:g aid be tuiwaid at mau tb rattttU bseeestt
ITT" Coe ttMjn!sH,M ,! Irense-1 ta PON Krri2:a"ll,
(e of ct'y Pr-st, C&arleawn, auld the USA t Jaaa,
w! i"m U 1 t". vt
nouoo, aicrn, Z.
2" V-Jm tr-rm U Coettr jn-jtsjiy sitae tef lx i'-'"t
til if j -
. IT T. T .Wfiit-r-f'-.. tha J:fciVfr.ii
, lisJJ, Ju t at tLj
.? EVAI73 & CO..
Wholesale Dealers k Dry Goods, &f .
. XV ASH V llaJui A x .
"WR are bow opening ia oar new Marble 'Sthoose.
V V1 North side-et- the Pubfie bquaxe, a very tarTs snd d-
siraMe stock of Staple and fancy Dry Goods, Hat, Bonnets,
Umbrellas', Parasols, Ac , . - ,
u i . . n,,t. wn.-i.T the tnot Ibvorabl
erreomstaoce. we are prepared to off-r Indue me.it. to mer-
- . . - iM . t?i1B CO W VW
enanta visiting enr city, ana rnperouiv J
ear stock aa examination bctre purcbasing eiwrwnete.
'We would call special attention ta our tuxi. of Laute
Dre Goods, Bonnets, KibCou, Mantiea, dc-
fcbsa . EVaVa A CO.
A. d.: FRANCISCO.
- - atixrriCrcRKa asn rsiisa ia r-
Hats, Caps and Ladies' Furs,
H0. 23 PTJILIC SQrASI, SASHTILLS. TE3X.
FOU A SUPERB MOLESKIN
Goto A.J. PRAJtCISCOl?,
Ko. 23 TublicSquar.
FOB 'TBE HOT -WE A TUER.
BOTH PEARL ABD WHITE.
AT who seek com fort will please call nd eiamiae at rJ
the Hat Air.poriatn of ' 4WI
A. J. PRi"CI3CO, No Pnb'ie ffrraar.
The White Eocky Mountain . n
. , '5 Ilea-cr Hat.
A fine assortment at rKA?fC1?C0'9.
XVcw Sti le for Sprin?,
Por Men, Boys and Children, consisting of PlSAiia,lWaTB,
Haaicaau; Tedal Braid and MiSfev" Koersi -
A. J. P.tAS CISCO'S UAt EMPOMOL
- NEW STYLES OF SOFT EATS
Of Hrerj' Color -
Aad quality, which the jwfcite are Invited to exvhlu.
apl A. J. PttANadCO, No. J3 Public Square.
Kobui D. Itxu,
ftoeceewtrto Hi's l onr.
NEW IEOH FOmiDRY.
. ELLIS &. BEAUMONT
Bra leave to infnna tl.err friend snd tbe poblle that they
have now tn operation a lartre and extensive IKON
FOONDKY, ailjoining the Mathlna thop ef bills A
Moore, and are prepared to
JILL ALL CSrnS PSCilPTLY,
For every description cf CASTI ? US thatmay b ealleA
for, and as cheap as it ean be don west of the mountain,
aim. fiuarao, HoedaPowsaa, "asa Wmasrrs,
Basi ViCLva, Wwdow tua aad Lnmrs, Caavs Baa.
WaTaaWasjiLS,Coas Caosaaaa, and all Canaoa,
ased in th construction of flour Mm, Saw Mills, Porna.
aad Dwelling, made to order at short aotice.
We will alo fUrnsh every description of Steam aod Water
Machinery at the loveet price. Patters made ia order, aad
DO rharre torsae ot palters which we have ia oat foundry.
Ike highest prices paid in work for old Iron
ILLId A BICMONT,
81 Market street, near Broad,
lanSS 1t Waohvill. Ternt
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO,,
WH0LE3ALS DKALF.RS IX
SHOES, nATS AM) STRAW GOODS,
KASHYILLE, TENS. I . N
WI would inioriu ear customer and the trade generally ,
that sine th late fire in which the building we occu
pied was consumed, w have removed ear stock to .
No. 43 West Side ot the Fublic Square, Up Stairs,
adjoining Messrs. Allison, Anderson A Co.
L r . i i4 t.fittnna aa oar
stock, Including a'greal variety of Ood tailed ta the a-
soo, la Wa co we rpeeuaiiy invite me iimuw . -chants.
Orders solicited and filled with ear.
apja UAKIiS Kit. oUtf HERD A CO.
II. C. BAiVDY,
COMMISSION AND fORWARDISO MRCI1A5T,
Aad Dealer la Foreign and Domeitie LiiorS
No, SO Cotxaoa sr aaaa Baoao, Nasavnxa,
TTEEPS eonsUntly on hand a full assortment of Croceries,
IV. consisting In part as follow:
toe hbdsJogar, Pair toCho eel
tK) bags Prime liio Coffi e, 1
100 bbis. Uoiaaaes,
100 X bbis. do Rose Bill,
SO bbis. Loaf Sugtr,
SO Crushed do. t j
TO boxes Raisins. ' i
10 bars Price.
lot) bbis. Makerel,fo 2andl,
UK) S do do do t,
100 k.ts do eo .
90 dosea Painted Buckets,
80 nests da Tube,
. 10 casks Foda,
10 ea.a Matches,'
80 doxen Plough Lines,
60 M Bed Cords,
10 re-Js Cotton Kope.
In eoii Manilla do,
6 e ises Cmars,
40 bbl. Rectified Whisky,
paid lot Feathers, Beeswax
Tea, Imp, ardO P.J
10 " Pearl march,
fill " TaUow Candles,
40 - Ntviaoap,
400 " Glassware,
100 reams Paper,
10 bags Pepper.
The highest market prica
Olnseng, flaxseed, tc, ae.
rfj Agent for Goo Creek
Beard's, and Silver Pprtng
WI have received Fourteen more new PI- , i-
sno Fortes from those unreairi mm- l. n-tjl
kers, LiRht, Newton A Bradbury.aud llaioee lie I II
Bro', which make our stock very iarie and dasirsbl. W
would b pleased to have thee instrument esaosmed by all,
whether they deeir to purchase or not. Ivery Plan sold
by as shall be warranted to give satisfaction la every repet.
mayo a go W. A R. FBEF.MAM.
mnt Nashviil Inn Suble was aot burned
ras aot burned
I tide of sucoes- 7KJL
i a call, yoa that f L
y R. 8. PATTEltaoNTi
1 down, bat is still in the "full
hi ..iim.nt Plpaa rive me i
like to drive a fine turnout, mays
TRANSPORTATION OFilCE, N. A 0. RAILROAD, ,
NaMTiuji, May eta, lood. f
0WINO to the damages done tb Wart race Bridge by the
freshet last nltfht, freight for beyond bvllbork wi.l aot
be received untU further notice. C W. AJiDKR.JON,
cail Pent Agent.
"Ladies' Fine Shoes.
Snydor d3 DLT'xrlLSZsolX
AVt ea baud and for sale, a very fin assortment f
Ladi Lastln; Gaiters, with and without heels;
Ladiee Pine Aid Boots, , " 14
Ladi French Leather Front Lao Salter,
Ladie' LasUn Congress Oaiter.
Ladiee Fine White Kid and Katm Slippers.
ATI at which are offered at low pne for Cash at Wo. t
FaMlc rV,aar. mavlf VNTDKa A SKiiUtLL.
I t & OllOCO.
SITDEK Sc l'UIZZI.L. have en haad a In.
asortmnl uf ; - -
Masses' Lasting Oaitere, with heels. vv.
Misae Fne Kid Boots, " -
Misee " Thick aad thin sol.
Mlase' Lasting Gaiters, bine, black A faoey eel's.
Aba Children's From in abandaar. Call at N 10 PabUe
fjqaare. fmajU If Pit It A FU1ZZBLL.
A New Family Grocery
HAS jmt lee a opened at the earner oi Frost street sad
tb Square, where a supply ef
All Kind et Farallr Grocer le.
will be kept eonstaaUy oa hand, aad sold ea the moot re
sooable terms, havlDg ma 1 arrangements to aeoomaiodat
jastomevs with fresh and supertot art lets ef goods, aad -eorwt
tbe eervica ef Mr. Z. Payn, aa experteaced and safe
basin bis, wbe wid alwars be found aa hand. A share
af poblie aatrwaage is respectfuily solicited.
aVrt-ly C. P. WTaUM?0!f.
Staple Goods. J r;
OUR stock of ftapl. tieod Is very complete, and ear pri.
eee low. Come and e for yoretve,
AT MoCI IL11XCS,
saaJkST - ' ' 51 and M College It
Sheffield Tabic and Pocket Cntlerjr,
At lteducetl Price.
rTTHsT SBberiuer have now oa ham, a vry large eesj
A. eocapteta aseortnwnt of Cntiery, which tby caa edor
to the trad al impartauoa prieea. ;
AWsf AHO CORStSO A CO.,
aMtrehlO 81 John street. New Xara.
to ths rrocisotDsaa w ths zraiTiiLD
''"-uro KzsTUcrr bailsoad cojIpast.
" T bm tin of the Board ef Die actors ef said eempaa y,
J, this day held, is was ordered that a tertber insieiBtea!
ef sea ae eeat apoa the enginal s'eek b paid law lb
Trury,e)eraftirtblsdajtf4ly aest. -
By rde el ta Beard. W. A. 8 AM?IT.
ataia id Secretary and Trracare?.
Xo. 49 Public Square,
Of Dres 9'lks, Lawns, Jaconetla, Ffnbrcidrrie and &
articsse iejnue to imp b a cosp!rie and aabrckaa stock,
aad to wr-k h w ak p.i t uiar at'-.it.ou. . may tf
from Sew Toik,
HAS takesi th rosea ever tbs ire ef Mr. J. H. fdcG n,
rar f th INioar and Coi ea street, for a brief
parted, sad lavitr Un Lat.e oi iiotiwt f hvtii
ts call aad a ssw si ecinveas cf Pastel or Colored Crsyo
Portr.u. Tbstyu pam ug fvmvtw tb evaaag
ever outers af Superior vi-ua aad eVeucacy ef fiuiab.
apM-tf - -
JVST IllCCriTID, a Urge Met Prceuasi Leather Balllaf
15 feet tf IV It- wM 1 f.rt ef S irKv wide.
AWo aUrra W I ef C pr Sure, au 1 A.ta, an Laea
leather of ad k:ad. - ,
Aii t.as J m su.l oa Out mt'i tr-rma tor
CaJt.ty . t-Uirt.
at&jli t.i. f a-i bivt!
i. c uxii. . . . a. semw.
, v a a v - f
4 1VAXM 111. J
H A C U
Com in isoi Tic r c li a n t s
Uni rST 6 a...-n.a aJ kla '
M Hilt 1 '
' ft. C. SJtSDt.