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NASHVILLE, TENN. FEIDAY, MAY 16, 1856.
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UNION AND AMERICAN.
omCK C03HZB CHURCH AKD CHERRY STREETS,
TliE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN1 Ja furnished
V t ?1 . .ft A AA n.-OTin TT"T . BilvaAna
The TRL WEEKLY U published every Tuesday, Thursday
and Baturday, at 15 00 per annum, in advance; if not
TKorDAn.Y is cnblished at Eizht Dollars.
ran THE MONEY, IN AU. CASES, TO ACCOMPANY
RemitiaBces of aubsenptiont may be made fey "mail at our
5o paper will be sent cut of the Bute unlets the order is
accompanied with the cash.
59- We wish it distinctly understood that no paper will
De Qisconiinueu raw au arrearages are paid, except at wo
opaon ei oe puoiuaera.
Epperson Springs !
mHOSE Taluable and hlhl'v Medicinal Snrinirs are lo-
J cated in Macon county, Tennessee, on the waters of
-rrammei ureex, tour miles trotn uw turnpue ieatuogi"'A"
Qallatin, Simmer county.'Tenn, to'ScotUTiDe arid Glas
igow, Ky., and ef easy access from all directions.. The
;propnetora are now prepared lo accommoaswi
ias probably may favor them with a calL For chroaio
ssecuocs ior me awmacn ana Boweis, mver " f'"""
Kidneys and DUdder, alto, of the Skin, SeroTola, Droptey,
ui mini- rf thnu oiim.nf. r,r which females are the sil
ent batserere sufleivrs, no remed es hare been found so
salutsry, and none superior to a few weeks sojourn i at, and
the useof these waters. In cases' of stone in the Bladder
they haTe, in many instances, setea as a sorereiga Daim,
and la' all hsre sflbrded relief. There are three ransties
of Sillphur Water, and one strongly ImprefcnaUd. with
iron. A correct analysis of all of which will be made upon
the eremites, as promised by Prof. Safford, StW Geoloft
1st, some lime daring this year. Dr. DeBow, one ol the
-rropnetors, will oe constantly ai me oriuK, uum pro
fessionally away, who will take pleasure in RiTing such
sdrice' and attention to inralids, as an experience of S
years .may enable him to file, without any. additiona
cJarwin the daytime, except for Medicine or forSargica
xnanlnm Th.fr rkarMl trill be aS follows. Tik
Regular boarders from the 1st of May to 1st of October,-
(.wasmng extra) - uo per uj.
Regular boarders rom the 1st of October to 1st of May,
(washing extra) - 50c per day.
Horses per day, - 87c.
Transient risitor, on horseback or bnggy, from $1 25 to
Serrant half price; and Children of 10 years old and
under half price anless parents shall prefer to hare them
seated and waited on at the first table.
The reason why a' difference is made in the price ol
boarding as abore stated is in consequence of, the Mineral
Wi tersbeine somewhat weakened durisg the wet season
of Fall and Winter. Some deduction will be made in the
bills of such as remain orer one month U required.
aply-JamtwAw. DKBOW & HENRY.
rS wanted in every county in this and adjoining
1 to sell the abore new and improved CORN
Art!) uuti JHlliiia 10 ail suen, a rare ounce 10
makemoneywill be offered. .Exclnsiye State and County
pririlefes will be disposed of on unusually Ia.r terms, by
ppliea6n to the Proprietor. "
FARMERS AND OTOCJT RAISERS,
ttaffer you a Corn and Cob Mill unsurpassed in. the
Unios; and which cannot be superceded by past or future
InTeations. If is the very Mill which erery Farmer and
Stock Reiser should bare; it will crush from 8 to' 10 bush
els Corn and Cob per hour, with one horse: is easily fitted
np and managed; weighs 810 lbs, and as all contact of the
grinding virtues is prevented, will last any farmer an or
dinary lifetime. I speak thus of its durability because the
same principle has been fairly tested in the old Bark Mill,
Who U it that wants
A MILL ON TRIAL
for one month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction, to
return it f If there be any man thus disposed, let him now
speaki Satisfaction is warranted in erery case, or the mon
ey will' be refunded. This Crusher can be attached to
ttersei water-or steam power, which renders it the most
convenient Mill south of Maapn's and Dixon's line. All
other-Crushers now in the south require too much power,
or will soon wear out. According to
THE LAWS of nature
a Com' and Cob Mill which admits of a lateral or wabbling
motion; will, necessarily, soon wear out; all other Crushers
are amenable to this grand objection, and the Proprietors
dare not dispute it. In the construction of "JfobsQ Ansa
lea," I hare gained power, and I defy contradiction; I hare
lessened friction, and I challenge one word to the contra
ry; I have presented a wabbling lateral motion, and all are
compelled to acknowledge it; therefore, 1 assert that it 11
lar superior to any other MilL 1 am now selling this Ten
nessee Invention at the small sum of
And any one wanting a "good thing," is earnestly re--quested
to examine the true merits and principles of this
Mill, and order from the Proprietor cr Agents.
A liberal discount made to dealers.
J. P. DR0MG00LE,
8helbyville,TennOct55 So Proprietor.
Ellis, Moore A Co., 8 Market street, Nashville, Manu
facturers and General Agents.
Beaumont, Fall A Co Clarksville, Agents for Montgom
Ab Watkins, Pulasxi, Agent for Giles county,
Wm, B.Uunt, Salem, Agent for Franklin coanty, Tenn.,
and Jackson county, Ala.
James B. Vance, Castilian Springs, Agent forBumner
J. W. Hatcher, Columbia, Agent for Maury county.
W.M. Bell, P. U. Borne, Agent for Smith county.
J. B. Aikin, Charleston, Agent forBradley county.
W. B. Hunley A Bros, Loudon, Agents for East Tenues
octU I vdAlri-w-
. BAGS $550 IN PBUMITJMS.
. TTAVINQ largely increased my supply of Bags by the
il premiums offered the past year ending June 80. I
am induced to offer a larger amount of premiums for the
present year. And will pay the above premium in sums
ofllOO, 90 tSO, 170, $60 $50, $, $30, $20 and $10, to any
ten merchant, or "Pedlars who will deliver me, from
this date to the let July, Z656, the largest amount ol
t BAGS. The same to be bought outside of and by men do
ing business outside of Nashville or vicinity.
1 will at all times pay the highest market prices iu cash
tor BAGS on delivery, and issue a certificate to the owner
of the amount received and paid for. These certificates
must be kept and sent in on or before the 1st day of J uly
next, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville
can make the awards. The largest amount being entitled
to the $100, the next largest to $50, and soon down.
Merchants sending me rags will please write that I may
know in whose name to issue the certificate. Combinations
Woolen, Linsey, Silk and Worsted rags are not wanted,
and will not be included in the above,
I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
Rues throughout Middle Tenn.
uly4-l?dtriwAw W. 8. WHITEMAN.
' North of the Square.
THIS superior Jack will stand the present season at my
stable elghi miles South of Nashville, on the Nolens
ville Turnpike and will be let to jennets at $25 for jack,
and $20 for jennet colts and to mares at $10 the season.
Pasturage for jennets and mares from a distance, gratis;
grain led 75 cents per wek. All possible care taken to
prevent accidents or escapes, but no liability for either.
Description and Pedigree.
Eclipse will tx lour years old the first of June, is
full fifteen hands and three inches high, of fine
form, bone, muscle and action. He was sired by Johnson's
famous jack. Lord of the Isles, who was by imported
Knight Errant. Eclipse's dam, (May Flower Queen.) was by
Ridley's Old Wonder, out ol F. B Bains' old black jennet
(Money Moulder.) I invite my friends and all admirers
of this useful animal to call and view Eclipse and bis dam
and her other progeny. JAMES RAINS.
THIS very superior thorough bred 8TALU0N
having recently arrived from Virginia, will
make his brst season in Tennessee, at my stables, JCa
6 miles south-west of Nashville.
Terms $25, positively to be paid before the removal of
la all cases of failure, the next seaion will be given
F3f Fcr Pedigree and performances, see bills.
mart tf W. O. HAKDINQ.
OFFICE SL1GO MINING AND MARULE CO. I
Nasbv.lle, April 17th, 1856.
THIS .company having been organized underoneof the
most liberal charters ever granted by the Stale of
'.Tennessee, is prepared to receive orders and make contracts
far furnishing from its qusrries tf beautiful white and va
riegated Marble in East Tennessee
Marble in Blocks or Slabs,
Marble Fronts tor Huntings,
Tiles in Mosaic,
XAnd other work, as may be required, at prices within the
iresch of every one who studies taste and durability. Th
material is too well known bv persons in this vicinity to
-. .require comment; but it may beproperto remsrkthst firm
tnese quarries the fpeeimens that adorn the magnificent
Cspitol buildirgsof the Sta es of Tennessee nd Ohio,
have been taken, together with many other jobs giving
Orders addressed t the undersigned, Secretary to the
company, will be promptly attended to. '
aprlO-1 m JOSEPH NASH.
H. M. AKEKOYD
PUBLIC SQUARE, OVER BERRT'S STOORE,
N AjnviLir, Tennessee r
A TJ3 LAN'S. Elevations, Sections, and full sized detail
J7 Drawings of every part of city and private resi
dences, with vntire specifications, Ac, as made by the
bestNew York and English Architects.
TiaxsrV Otkcs, N. iC.K.R.I
Nashville. April 12, '56 f
".WING to the departure or Night Fre'ght Trains at
1 7:S0 P.M, Nashville Freight Depot will De closed un.
tiifurtber notice at 6 o'clock, P. M., after wbioh freights
will not be admitted.
Those who would save trouble and extra drayages must
hare their roods at the Depot before the timifor closing.
Bt18 General Acent
A 1,1, us xuunu uiiiiianiD quiet mgaw 1
No 69 Cherry street, opposite the Post Office Ml
at C J ZEOTZSCHEIJj'SNewSUnd.andgetaomei f.
of those imported Gaiters and Shoes, as he is prepared
to suit the tastes of all the beaux. Alt o, Boots, Gaiters and
.Shoes of his own manufacture alwtys on h ind and made
40 order at the shortest notice. aprS Smd
EVERY MAN HIS OAVN MILLER,
EXCELSIOR. GOHOnD COB ILL.
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
Patented 6y Charles Leavilt, February 27th, 1855.
THE above cut represents a recent and valuable im
provement bv Charles Leavitt In PORTABLE
GRAIN MILLS, adapted to crushing Corn and Cob
together for stock, and grinding Mtal for family use. Mr.
Leavitt being the onginal inventor ot this kind of a ma
chine, nd from long experience with 01st iron corn-orusn-ers,
finding that allot them were liable to objections, the
most formidable of which was their want of durability or
liability soon to wear out, he again went to work with the
view of removing the objectionable features. In February,
1855. be succeeded in ootaininz letters-nitent for the "Ex
celsior Corn and Cob Mill," and now has the satisfaction
of being able to present the above Mill to the firmers of
the United States, standing as it does at the bead of the
list of Corn-Crushers, combining the good qualities of all,
exemot from the defects of any, and possessing many new,
valuable, and distinguishing features, of which 'all others
We have remarked that the trreat and heretofore insur
mountable objection, ureed with so much force arainst
east iron mills, was their palpable deficiency in durability.
To remove this objection was a desideratum long sought
for, and which has been at length' attained in the 'Excel
sior Mill" only; the grinding sur&ce of wnich consists In
moveable "rings, made in hard and superior metal, and
which, when worn out, can be replaced in five minuies by
new rings, at a cost of $3, wnich makes the mill as good
as new. there being no other port liable to wear out- Two
setts of grinding rings accompany each mill, making it
equal to two mills. This peculiarity possessed bv no
omer mill, should not be overlooked by purchasers, as it
insures durability, a consideration of all others the most
Another interesting feature in this 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 stuttered around the mill, as is ordinarily the
This mill having been fiirlv tested with other mills at
the late Fair of the Maryland Agricultural Society, at the
OhioState Fair, and elsewhere, at all of which it establish
ed itssucerioritv.we do not hesitate emphatically to pro
nounce it pre-eminently superior to any And all othercorn
crushers of the day, independent of its moveable grinding
rings, which feature of itself makes the distinction be
tween the ".Excelsior" and all other corn-crushers so broad
as to render a comparison supeiflnous; ana, as an evidence
of our fincerily, we hereby announce that we will give a
silver cuptoaey Corn Crusher that can be produced, of
tne same sixe ana same lengtn 01 lever, mat win gnna
finer and faster than the Excelsior, at some time and place
to be agreed upon.
Uapacity ot grinding corn ana cobs witn t norses
from IS to 20, and with one horse, from 8 to 10 bushels per
Cost of Running the Excelsior Mill lor Tcn-
Compared, with thai rf other Mills in tin at Mi lime.
It has been proven br experience, and contrary to gen
eral expectation, that cast iron Mills for grinding Corn,
etc, to do the work properly, will not last more than two
years. In view of this lact, the inventor ot the Excelsior
Mill has labored to produce a machine that will be more
economical, and at the same time more effectual. Thelol
lowing estimate will show 1 he cost of grinding with each
of the Mills now in use for ten years:
Cost of Excelsior Mill, $50, including an extra set of
Grinding Plates, which makes it good for lour jears. Cost
of repairs forsix years,'$9, making forten years, $59.
Cost of common Mills,, wilhaut any extras, says$l4.
Cost of running the same for ten years, Hirpusing that the
Mill will last as long as the Excelaior Mill without repair,
say to be renewed every two years, which in this case
must be done at tne expense 01 a new macmne eacn time,
$176, making for the teu years a cost of $220. This same
rule will apply to any and all of the Mills now iu use which
come in competition with the ExcelsiorMill.
Farmers and others in want ot mills for grinding Corn
and Cob, etc, will see by the abore estimate that the Kx
celsior M ill can be used for the purpose requfed at less
than one third the expense of an? other Mill now' in use.
This Mill may be put up in a few minutes by any ordi
nary farm hand, printed directions for which accompany
The undersigned having purchased the right to the
above Mill in Middle Tennessee, take pleasure in introduc
ing it to the public, believing it to be all that is claimed
lor it. ana wen wormy me aitenuon 01 everv farmer.
NASHVILLE BELL AND BRASS F0UNDBY,
No 17X South Front Street,
AB. COOK, practical Bell and Brass Founder, succes-
sor to Weller A Cook, is prepared to manufacture
to or er, Bells for Churches, Steamboats and Plantations.
Also, Steam Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Gauge,
Fountain and Stop Cocks, Hose and Salt Well Joints, Gun
Mounting, Anti-Friction Metal.
All work made by me with neatness and dispatch, of the
best material, at low prices, and warranted. jan!8 ly
WiilTJS WINE VINEUAR.
I HAVE just received a few barrels of an extra article of
White Wine Vinegar, which 1 will sell low for cash,
J. M. HAWKINS. Agont,
a pi 5 Odd Fellows' Hall.
NOTICE. iJ-All persons indebted to J. M. liuwtins
must call and pay up. as further indulgence cannot be
given. J. M. HAWK INS, Agent,
aplS ,, Udd Fellows Hall.
fMlEKN AND BLACK TEA. A superior ar
lT tide, just received and lor sale low, for cash, by
J M HAWKINS.
l MOKED BEEF. A superior article just received
O and lorsr it by J. M. HAWKINS,
qp9 V Agent
O WEET POTATOES. A few bushels justreceiv-
O ed and for sale by J. M. UAWalss. Agent,
SELINA FLOUR. Constant on hand ana lor sale
for cash, by J. M. HAWKINS,
WE have this day associated with us n the Grocery
Business Mr. GEO. N. CAHICO. The business
will hereafter be conducted under the style of RUSSELL
A SCOTT A CO. D. W. RUSSELL,
nur27 T J SCOTT.
B. W. BESSILL. I. J. SCOTT. O. X. CAEICO.
RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO,.
WHOLESALE GE0CEBS AND COMMISSION
No. 50 Broadway. NA5nviLLs. Tenxsssek.
COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor,
I LATE or lTRtEfcr&IXGO
"pilE subscriber has recently taken this well Jt
1 xnown esiaoiisament is refitting and thor- Irii
ouehly renovating it, and hopes noon to have it in Jill
such condition as not to be interior to anv house in tbr?
city The Proprietor hoio by his exertions and th we of
hia'AsfisUnt, Mr. Craddock, who formerly presided at
the City Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be
ing natrooiied by the public aod promises that no pains
shall b spared on h'n part, to merit the approbation of
thone who may favor him with their patronage. He res
pectfully Milicitsa trial of his house.
feb26-dtww tf WM ROBERTS.
JEROME S. RIDLEY,
1 ATI0BNEY AT LAW,
WILL also ottefd to th purchase and sale of Real Es
tate in and the vicinity of town sand cities, Payment
of Taxes, the Location of Land Warrants, Ac
Rsrss to Gov. Wm. B. Campbell and Hon. R L. Ca
ruthers, Lebanon, Tenn.; Gen. S. R. Anderson, Nashville,
Tenn.; CoL Jos. O. Guild, Gallatin, Tenn.; Wm A. Qaarles,
Clsrksville. Tenn. pr22 tnw3tn
' UY ERS At CO.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL PCBCHASI OE SILL PROOCCS AD rEOPSETT OP EVSBX
J M. Hawkins has removed hi Family Grocery to a
room under the Odd Fellows' Hall, where he will
keep a full suddIv of all articles in his use. He will be
happy to see hia old customers and at many new ones as
ill la tor him witn a can.
Stock Raier, and Dealer in Slock. Price $50, with two
'sets of grinding rings, and levers fitted to the Mill ready
for attaching the horses. These mills ere are made for ns
bytlr.T. M. Urennan, of thHcity, whose well known
skill in his profession will insure ttfe superiority, of the
worcmanship, wmitt me purchaser win nave me sausiac
tion of knowin? be is encouraging home manufacture.
We offer county rights for sale upon such terms as will
make it an indue jment for men of energy to engage in the
enterprise, we may be lound at toe lounary el i. ii.
Brennan, No 37, College street, near Broad, where we
shall be happy to receive orders, and famish fluch informa
tion npon the. subject as may b desired. Thorough busi
ness men wanted to act as agents. Addrefs,
JaMES 0. BALDWIN A CO.,,
nayl 3mdAw Nashville, Tennessee. ,
THE multiplicity of Straw Cutters already before the
public, a large proportion of which having failed suc
cesslullyto stand the test of thorough trial, and having
lalleD far short of the representations, cf the venders, as
well as the expeetatfonspf the purchasers, a general dis
trust has been created iu the pontic mind far all machines
of this description. Hence it becomes a consideration of
the utmost impprfanee before tbegeneral introduction of a
machine,-cone rmo'g which there is. so much doubt, and
connected with'which there have' been so many failures,
that it. should first have been subjected to ihe most
thorough and critical teit, and its chum to merit clearly
established beyond a donbt. Tbismachine has now been
in existence upwards of twelve months, during which time
it has been submitted to the f everest tests, and has under
gone modifications and alterations, with a view of bringing
it as near perfection as "possible.- It is now complete, and
presented to the public in th.fall confidence that it will
meet the wants ot the farming community, and sustain the
high reputation it has already obtained, and the opinions
formed ot it by all who have used it.
We claim for it
1st. Great strength and durability.
2d. An entile freedom from complication, being so
simple as to be euily operated by a boy twelve or fitteen
yeais of age, without the sligotest tear of derangement
2d. Superiority and excellence of execution, cutting
with great ease, rapidity and exactness.
4th. Great economy in price, being offered at the low
rate of Eight Dollars.
Other auvantagds might be mentionej, but would occu
py too much space.
It possesses one peculiarity, howeve, so remarkable and
important that we cannot forbear making mention of it.
We allude to its Everlasting Spring, designed to keep the
knife always in its 1 roper place, and secure uniformity of
execution, at the same time yielding to any bard and for
eign substance, the appearance of n hich in most machines
would be liable hi produce serious iniurr.
County rights in Middle und West Tennessee for sale
upon extremely advantageous terms. They can be made
by any worker in wood. Men of energy wanted to act as
Address, JAMES C. BALDWIN A CO.
mayl 87 Colleee St.. Nashville.
- Love's Patent Wash-Tub.
THE above Machine, patented October ISIh, 1S55, in its
utility, simplicity, and rapid and thorough execution,
'urpasses everything of the kind heretofore introduced
This Tub is mounted on a s ool, and provided with Mated
rollers and brushes, by the action of which a strong and
rapid current of water is induced to pass through the
cloth, remoring every particle of dirt without the slight
est irjury to the clothes, however fine the texture. By a
peculiar and ingenious arrargement, the dirt removed from
the clothes is provided with a place of deposit, and thereby
prevented from being ground back again into the clothes,
as is the case inmost machines.
Sixorseven shirts, or their iqnl inbulk, can be thor
oughly washed with this machino m from eight to ten min
utes. These tubs are sold at Eight Dollars each, which,
taken in connection with its perfect performance, renders
CHEAPEST AND BEST WASHING MACHINE NOW
Printed directions accompany e ich Machine.
County rghts in any part ot Tennessee (r sale upon
snch terms us will secure to the purchaser a large profit
upon the investment. To men of energy a rare opportuni
ty (or making money easily and rapidly will be offered.
Agents wanted in all parts of the State Addrefs,
JAMES a BALDWIN A CO..
mjyl d.txSm 37 Collepe street,
rpHE copartnership heretofore existing uuder the firm
X and style of BROWN A GRUBBS, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Jo. O. Urooh is alone author
ized to use the name of the finn in liquidation, Ac.
Nashville, June fi, 1855. W. B. GRUBBS.
HAVING purchased the entire interest of Mr. W. B.
Grubbs, will continue the DRUG BUSINE-H.ns
formerly, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to see
his friends, Ac, Ac. No. 43, College Streeet.
My stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, At, is now veiy
complete, having received l'resh supplies, selected by
one of the firm in person, viz: Lubin's, Bazin's, and Mitch
el's Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Wa
ter: Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style,
Dillac's and Lubin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrystals ; Chine.
Metal and Glass Puff Boxes, several new styles; Shell
Combs, large stock. Also, hare on hand Indigo, Madder,
White Lead, Linseod Oil, Turpentine, Ac . je9, '55
ISU1NG TACKLE. A large stock selected bv
one of the firm, consisting of Geuuine Limerick
Hooks, plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen, Uraveto
leen, end Common Limerick Hooks ; a splendid assortment
of Lines, Cable Laid Silk and Sea Grass, Spun and Plated
Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every variety;
Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac, Ac
In short, can supply those who can appreciate fine Tackle
with almost every thing they may need for the successful
prosecution of this usetul cailing.
jetf JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st.
OO-LIVER OIL. 5 Oro. genuine Cod Liver Oil,
just received Irom Kushton, Ularlc & Uo s, by
ju. u. djiu vv 4a uouege at.
LEECHES. 1,000 Swedish Leeches on band and for
sale by JO. G. BROWN, 43 College St.
URE MANONGAIIELA WHISKY. 5 bbls
of the above just receired,of prime quality; sold to
us for six years old.
Je9 JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st.
STONE WARE. 2,5w pieces atone Ware, consist
ing of Jars, Churns, Jugs, Milk Pans, Butter Crocks
Ac. of every size, just received.
je9 JO. O. BROWN. 48 College st.
PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE Constantly on
hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co.'s celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale.
je9 JO. G. BROWN, 43 College st
PEARL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior
article of Starch, just received by
je9 JO. G BROWN, 48 College st.
DEMOVILLE & HELL,
No. 26 Cherry st., 2 doors from corner Union,
DR Stock is now Iaig3 and complete, embracing al
most everything u-umy Kept in Drug stores.
FRESH CHEMICALS-Pbo3fhoric Acid, Nitrate
of Silver Cryst, Iodid Potassium. Eng. Calomel,
Ch'oroform, Tannin, Iodine, Quinine, Atropia, Iodid ot
Lead, Chemically Pure Acids, Ac . Ac. Received and for
gale by 1 DEMOVILLE A BELL.
CONGRESS WATER We hare jnst received a lot
of Congress Water, fresh and genuine. For f ale by
sp25 DEMOVILLE A BELL.
OIS A fresh supply just received and for sa e low
' nnn.iT.Ti n . upt .
by ubjiu v ii,L.r, x nciiU
LUE A fine article ot Glue received and for sale
by DEMOVILLE A BELL.
TEA, TEA Afresh sufpiy received irom the Can
ton Tea Company. For sale bv
bd23 DEMOVILLEA BELL
CHEWING BALSAM We keep constantly on
hand a nice article ot Balsam, prepared with great
care. For sale by
BD25 DEMOVILLE A BELL.
1 Vint 1 inri' TllVi' il'Pr P Vrv tin a Vnrftfiln
H, by DEMOVILLE A BELL.
PERFUMERY, Ac Extracts for be Hdkfs, Colognes,
Bay Rum, in bottles ind bv the gallon. Soap, Combs,
Brushes, Tooih Brushes, Powder faSf, Hair Oils, Poma
tums, Wood's Hair Retiorative, Bogle's llvp.rion Fluid,
1 ricopherous Lyons Kathanon, Ac. xe. ior sale ny
DEMOVILLE A BELL.
SUNDRIES. 400 bbls Liquors;
175 boxes Star Candles;
IfiO boxes Tenn, Ky.,nnd Va. Tobacco;
800 socks Salt;
200 boxes Melee Cigars;
With Spices, Indigo, Soda, Ac., Ac, h store and forsal
bj spr9 II S FRENCH ASO.if.
NAILS. 1,000 kegs NaiLi in stoieand tor sale by
apri H S FRENCH A SON.
ACKEREL, 100 bblstresh Mackerel in store and
for sale by 11 8 FRENCH A SUN.
LOUR. 800 bbls Flour just received and tor sate by
apr9 U S FRJSNCH A SON.
NEW YORK, BREMEN & SOUTHAMPTON
UNITED STAGES MAIL STEAMERS.
THE ships comprising this line are WASH-.
INGT03. CaDt. E. Carendv: HER.
MANN, Capt. Edward Higgins. These stea-J
men stop at Southampton, both golngand returning.
rorosio dates or ixiliko ism
, New York.
'HERHANN .Jan.. 23
HERMANN Mar S3
WASHINGTON. ..April 19
HERMANN May 17
HERMANN July 12
WASHINGTON. ..Aug 9
HE KM ANN -Sept 6
HERMANN Nov 1
WASHINGTON.. .Nov 23
StODnlniat6outaamoton.boUi colnz and returning, thev
offer passenger proceeding to London and Havre, ad vantages
Passage from New York to Southampton and Bremen, First
caoin saloon, 13U ooiiars; i-im uaoio, bower saloon, liu
aonars; second oo. w aouars.
All letttrs and newspapers must pais through the Post Of
fice. . No billi of lading will he signed or parcels received on the
aay 01 sailing,
An experienced burgeon is anacneo to eacn imp.
For freight or passage apply 10
C. H. SAND, 11 South Williams
1 street. New York.
(,'. A. ritsiactusa it cu., uremen.
CKUSK.KX & uu., Southampton.
WM. 1SKLIN, Havre.
CAUIN 1' ASS AGE FROM CHARLESTON
TO NEW YORK,
United States Mail Line
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM
Through in 48 to 53 Honrs.
Nashville, 1800 tons, M. Berry Commander.
Marion, lCOO tons, W J. Foster, Commander.
J as. Adgcr, 1600 tons, S. C.Turner, Commander.
Southerner. 1.000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Commander.
LEAVES Adgert Wharves. every Wcdnes
S?w9lE dav and Saturday after ie arrival of the
cars from the South and Wst, '-at high
These Steamships were all built expressly for this
Line and for safety, speed and comfort are unrivalled on
Tables sunnlied with every luxury. Attentive and cour
teous Commanders, will insure Travellers by this Line
every possible comfort and accommodation.
uaoin passage, f zo.
Steerage passage, (6.
For freight or passaee. having elegant State Room Ac
commodations, apply to
Corner East Bay and Adger'a South Wharf,
feblS'66 tf Charleston, S. C.
For Sale or Rent.
rrMlE undersirued offers for sale the tract cf Land, aud
Li Hemp Factory, heretofore occupied by Mr. John My
ers,ana worxea oy Jiyer a riKia. iud iracicuciuii.a
about 180 acres of I and, all well timbered with the excep
tion of about 25 acres, and well suited for cultivation,
when cleared a Doit'on of it admirably adauted for mead
ow. There is npon it a neat Dwelling lluuse with all con
veniences lor a lamily.
The Factory buildings are new, and most substantially
built suitable tor running lour Looms. All the machinery
is of the most improved kind the manufacture of Mr. Jno
Estes of Lexington bas te-n little used, and ready to be
put into imn ediate operation. The Factory is looted iu
the best htmp growing itgion of Tennessee, equal to anj
portion of Kentucky and easy of access to the best beggitg
und rope market in the world, to-wit: the upper portion u
. l. m- Vll-
The undersigned not being a practical manufacturer,
sells to clo.-e the business A hce opportunity is here offer
ed to an active energetic man to gj into a profitable busi
ness. Reasonable terms will be asked, and any length cl
time given, with security, and a lien retained, leaving the
buyer Use use ci nis casn.
. . . ' - . IT. TT a TTT
Aaarcsame ai uanrace uepm, lean-
maj2-otf JNO. R. EAKIN.
Piri If notsoldbytho 1st September will be rented.
Are Curing the Sick 10 an extent never before
known of any Medicine.
Invalids, read and judge for yourselves.
JULE3 HAUEL, Esq., the well known perfamerof Chesnut
Street, fbilaaelpaia, wnose cnoice prouucis are munu ai
almost every toilet, says :
"1 m lunnv to tav of vour Cathartic Pilu, that I have
found them a better famll) medicine for common me, than
any other within my knowledge. Many of my friends have
realiz'd marked benefits from them, and cotntide with me
in belleting that they possess extraordinary virtues for drl.
Ting out disease and curing the sick. They are not only ef
fectual, but safe and pleasant to be taken, qualities which
mutt make them valued by the public, whrn they are
The venerable Chaneellor WAHDLAW, writes from Balti
more, 15lh Apnl, IBM:
iv J. c. Atir Mr: I have taken your Pills with ereat
benefit, for the llstlessness, langor, I" Jf appetite, and bil
ious headache, wnicn nas 01 laie nvfBium:u iuo iu iue
spring. A few doses of your Pills cured me. I have used
your Cherry Pectoral many years In my family for coughs
and colds with unfailing success. You make medicines
which cure, and I feel It a pleasure to commend you for the
eood you have done and are doing."
JOHN F. BEATTY, Esq., Secretary of the Pennsylvania
Kallroad Company, says: ,,.
Pennsylvania Kallroad Office. I
Philadelphia, December 13, 1853. j
sir- I ufce nleasure in adding my testimony to the efficacy
of jour medicines, having derived very materia! benefit
from the use of both your Pectoral and Cathartic Pills. 1
m ...vpru'lLhnnt tlieai in ray family, nor shall I ever con
sent lo be. while my means will procure them.
roe wiaeiy ronowneu o. tcm
worth, New Hampshire, writes:
(invfni- used our Cathartic Pitts in my praciice, I
certify from experience, that they are an invaluable purza-
. . 1 .. .1 r.. ..... I .... . . r 1 1. n II. a. .....I...
HVe. IU CaSeS Ol UISUIUCICU iuw.hwu. . w ...v., vauoiuk
headache, indigestion, costlveness, and the (treat variety of
diseases lhat follow, they are a surer remedy than any other.
Tn n itr where a Durzaiive remedy is required, I confi
dently recommend these Pftls to the public, as superior to
any other I have ever found. They are sure tn their opera
tion, and perfectly safe, qualities which make them an inval
uable article for public use t have for many years known
jbur Cherry Pectoral as the best cough medicine In the
world, and these Pills are in no wise inferior to that admira
ble oreuaratioa for the treatment of diseases." .
r Actos, Maine, Nov.25, 1853.
JJf. J. ij. ATE. Wear fair ubiouovu auitt.cu iiuui
, v.irih with rriifula in its worst form, and now. after
twenty years' trial, and an untold amount of suffering, hv
been completely cured fh a few weeks by your Pills. With
what feelings of rejoicing 1 write, can only be imagined
when you realize what 1 have suffered, and how long.
Never, until now, have 1 beeufre' from this loathsome
disease in some shnpe. At times It attacked my eyes, and
mace me aimusi uuuu, uwwm ,
others it settled In the scalp of my head, and destroyed my
t,.t. .nri h. kent me oartlvbald all my dais: sometimes It
came out In my face, and kept it for months a raw sore.
" About nine weeks agol commenced taking your Cathar
tic Pills, and new am entirely free from the complaint. Sly
eyes are well, and my skin Is Mr, anl my hair bas com-
mencea a oeaiiuy gtuwtu, " v. uv
ready a new peron.
uin ihi. .ixtmrni mav be the means of cnnvevlnz
information that shall do good to others, I am, with every
sentiment of gratitude, ,ou '5', u.tti,..
ii t hvA knnvn the above nsmed Maria Kicker from her
childhood, and bersutemenusstrict. j.
Overseer of the Portsmouth Manufacturing Co."
Capt. JOEL PKATT.of the ship Marion, writes from Boston,
Siu.h April, lsoi : , vt, ... . , .
ii ,n-T.u hava cured me from a bilious attack which
arose from derangement of the Liver, which had become
very serious. I had failed of any relief by my physician,
and from every remedy I ciuld try, but a lew doses of
your Pills have completely restored me to health. I have
given them t my children for worms, with the best effects.
They were promptly cured. I recommended them to a
rlend for costivenots, which had troubled him for months;
he told me in a few days they had cured him, You make
tne best medicine in the world, and I am free to say so."
Kead this from the dlsttnguunea aonciior 01 me aupremo
Court, whose brilliant abilities have made him so well
known, not only Iu this but the neighboring Slates -
' ' Niw Orliabs, 5lh April. 1854.
" Sir: I have great satisfaction in assuring yru that myself
and family have beeo very much benefitted by your medi
cines. My wife wascured two years since, cf a severe aud
dangerous cough, by your Cherry Pectoral, and since then
has ei joyed perfect health. My ehlldreri have several times
buen cured from atiacks of the influenza and cronp by it.
It Is an lnvalusble remedy Tor tnese complaints, lour Ca
thartic Pills have cured me from a dyspepsia and costlve
ness, which has grown upon me for ome years indeed
this cure Is much more important, from the fact that I bad
Wled to get relief from tbe best physicians which this sec
tion of the country affords, and from any of the numerous
remedies I bad lanen.
You seem'to us, Doctor, like a provlden'hl blevlng to
our familv, and you may well suppose wo are not unmind
ful of it. "Yoarsjlrespectfully,
Sikati Ciiaxszk, Ohio, April 5th, 1854
Dr. J. C. Atir Honored Sir : I have made a thorough
trial of tbe Cathartic Pills-.lert me by your agent, ard have
been cured by them of th. dreadful Rneumalls m under which
hs found me suffering. Tbe first dose relieved me, and a
few subsequent doses have entirely removed the disease.
I feel in better health now than for some years before,
which 1 attribute entirely to the effects of your Cathartic
Pills. You,,, with great VVCIV9 . MKrcAr,F.
jrjThe above are all from persons who are publicly
known where they reside, and who would not make these
statements without a thorough conviction thai they were
true. Prepared by .,--,
IlR. J. C. AEU,
PSACTICAL AUD AHALVTICaL en"!",
April S3, '50
N KV UK ASS JJ Aa o.
n.nr nmroa udico reCAntlv formed
I in this city, will furnish Music for Celebra-
X or particulars euuu r
Squire, or to Mr. KIN LEY, Market street. may2-lm
HELMBOIVD'S GENUINK PJSEPAJtATIOK.
UKLMBOLU'S HIULY 00CKHTKATKU
noWPijH rIT FLUID rXTHACT BLTCHU
Fpr diseases of the llladder and h.i.iyeyi. Secret Disease.
Strictures, Weaknesses, and nil disex-ws of the Sexual
Organs, wbetherin Male or Female, from whatever cause
thy may have originated, and no matter of how long
IF you have contracted the terrible disease which, when
once seated in the systes, will surely go down from
one veneration to another, undermining the constitution
and sapping the very vital Quids of life, do not trust your-
sen in tne nanas oi ijuacts, wuo atari up every oay in a
city like this, and fill the papers with glaring falsehoods,
toa well calculated to deceive the young, and those not ac
quainted with their tricks, tou cannot he too careiuiin
the selection of a remedy in these casva.
The Fluid Extract liuchu bas been pronounced by emi
nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known, it is a
medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and ven innocent
in lis action, auu yci no muniuu luut ifcuuuiuu&i-irTcrv
particle of tbe mnk and poisooeus virus of this dreadful
disease; and, unlike other remedies, does not dry up tbe
disease in tbe blood.
Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, a moot
terrible disease, winch has brought thousands ot the hu
man raC3 to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant
hopes of parents, and olighting in tbe bud thv xl'-rious
ambition of many a noble youth, can be currd by this
Infallible Remedy. And as a medicine which must bene
fit everybody, from the simply delicate to theendurj and
despairing invalid, no equal is to bo found actio,; b..ih una
Cure and preventive.
II ELM HOLD'S HIGHLY COXCENTRATtli
C0HP0UKD FLUID XXT3ACT SABSAPAEILT.A,
For Purifying the lilood, remoing all diaea&es .arising
from excess of Mercury, exposure and imprudence in
lito. chronic constitutional disease, arising from an im
pure state ot the lilocxl, and the on ly reliable and ettec
fnal known remedy forthe cure of Scrolula. SaltlUieum,
Bcald head, Ulcerutions of ihe Throat usd Legs, liima
and Swellings of tbe Bones. Tetter, Pimples on the Face,
and all Scalv Eruptionaof the Sfcirs.
THIS article is now proscribed by some of the mo-a
distinguished physciaus in the country, nd lias
proved more efiicient in practice than auy preparation of
Sarsaparil a yet ofLred to the public, .'everal c-oses of
secondary Syphilis, Mercurial and Scrofulous Ji eases
have entfltlv recovered in the incurable wardui.f our Pub
lic Institutions which had for many yeare resisied every-
mode of tres-tment that codia De deviM. I 'iee cases
furnish striking examples r.f the faiutnrv i-flccts ol this.
medicine in arresting some oi tneniokiinveTi-niii-uraeaaea,
after the glands were destroyed, and the bone, already
Nones. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro
fessors of several Medical Colleges, and certihoiies of cures
from patients will be found accompi-njing both Prepara
tions. Piuccs, Fluid Extract of Buchu, 11 per bottle or 6 do for $5
" " ot Sarsaparilla, " ' "
equal instrengtb" to one gallon of Syrup ot Sarsaparil a
Prepared and cold by H T. UELlIlfOLD, Chemist, 23
Chestnut Street, near the Girard House, Philadelphia,
To be had of and of Druggists
AH letters directed to the Proprietor or Agf nt receives
immediite attention. junel ly
T. WELLS, Agent. Market Rt,,
II. O. SCOVEL, No.62 North Side PublU
if tin 1. 1 Tivn nnrw ll ivn r?tIPPIfJ nisttciinr?
A DENTAL,' Midwifery, LYTHOTOUIC Trepan,
ning lNSTKHMrJiTS. At th lowest prices bv
F1NE PEN ND POCKET KNlVKS AnSOltl'ED.
COLTS', AUta. and ether PUioh atmUi POP.TE
MONIES aud Card Casei of Pearl, lnry. Shell, Buct,
Morocco and Russia Leather. Sitx axn Cottox Puesss
For sale cheap by T. WI-LL-.
S1LVEK, lvorv, Mont and Jijrn AW'. word fcoocy.
Kattan. Hickory and Waiting Cants. By
r.r5 T WELLS.
HAIK OILS, Pou.atums. HalE Drss, Hair Jiu'jora
thet, FANCY SfiAPS. Shaving Creams, TOILKTTE
WATEKS, F1SE-EXTKACTS, assorted. By
aBr5 T WELLS.
WAX CANDLES, attorUd ttzts and colore; itar ana
Sprm Candle; 20 buxes brown and transparent
Soaps. Offered cheap by T. WELLS.
COUGH CANDY, Pulmonary lla.r. Javnes" fcxp
toraut, BCLL'SSAKSAPABILUA, DAVID'S 1'AlN
KILLER, Sparking GeUetine, ISINGLASS, Tapioca,
PearVd Sago; BarlyfauABCJOS, Preserved 'linger. KICK.
Keceive-I by i cl,.
LCOUOL. Brandies, WINES. YIN EGA KS, 7Va,M
l!H(irH)t.ATE?! Mnstarda. HAVANA CI-
QARS, iirit? ToUicco. By T. WELLS.
AlNTS, OILS. VAItMSlltS. of best qualities; 1E
SrUF.S. ASSORTED WINDOW GLASS, JlAljto
Glassware, gross Wars, FLOWER POIS, a.oned.
Offered low'by T. WKLLS.
YDRAUL1C CfcMENT. Land I'lis er, rusms rxii
is, Spaniih Whiting, ChM; PUMICE STONE By
apr5 T. WELLS.
POTASH, Soda, SaUratns, Saltpetere, Borax, Cream
Tartar, TARTARIC ACID For sale by
apr5 T. WELLS
LIFE PRESERVERS, Shoulder Beacss, Trusses
GAME BaGS, Slut Ed t. Received by
apr5 T. WELLS.
UltUING FLUID and Lamps. Received bv
apr5 T. WELLS.
tNUFFS. French Rappee. Macaboy, Scotch, and
AIIOGAISY AND OAK VENEKltS, and
MuULDlNGS. Received and offered cheap br
apr5 T. WELLS.
WALL PAI'KK i,000 HOLTS, Fine Satin,
Ghiod. Gilt and Velvet Hall and Parlor Tapirs;
UXGLAZED PAPER, a large aewrtment of very hand
some patiernt, at unusually Vw prices. Gilt, Velvet and
Paper Bordering, Fire Board Prints, Curtains, Tester and
Centre Papers. Kaceired aad for sale low by
spr5 T. WELLS.
EDGE PLANT. Large supply of fresh Osage
Uranpe, the American Hedge Plant Seed. Just re
ceived and for sale by T. WELLS,
Sign of the Man and Mortar,, on Market, opposite
Bpr5 Union street, fc'ashville.
Growth of 1856-
FRESIl AND GENUINE, received att he Mm
an i Myrtar on Market opposite Union street Nasb-
ville. by T. WELLS.
-)ilf I PAPtRd FLOWER SLEDS. anrltd.
UU FIELD SEEDS.
RED CLOVER, TIMOTHY. HERDS GRASS, BLUE
GRASS Orchard Grass. Received by T. WELLS.
GABDitsixa-Implkiiesti, SHADES nnd SHOVELS
Rakes, Ported Hues TRANSPLANTING TROWEIi
Box Shears, Pruning Kmvet, PRuxixa Sassocs, Ac Re
ceived and lor sale low by
apr9 tr.wlm T. WELLS.
STX MINUTE FKEEZERS.
From New York, a small lot of thore celeb -ated patent
FREEZERS, by which a gallon of tbe b'ft, smtieet and
ligldis'. ICE CREAM can be made in the incredible short
f p ice of six minutes. For sa'e by
ap!3 MACKENZIE & WILSON.
We have on hand a good supply of plain and elegantly
denrated Water Coolers, of various e iits and and at low
prices MACKENZIE & WILSON.
DEDICATED i IKD CAGES.
We hve on hand 100 Canary Crgo of all the most ele
gant patterns that can be obtained 'n New York. For sals
at a very small advanceon Eisiern Price-i
Bpl8 MACKENZIE & tWILSON
ICE WATER PITCHERS.
We have a few Britannia Filches, not liable to bresk or
be injured, with moderated rsugh usage.
ICE MALLET -1 AND ICE PICKS:
KNIFE BOXt'S AND KNIFE WASHER':
ICE CREAM AND BLANC MANGE MOULDS,
C1I A.1IRER SETTS,
Consisting of three pieces of various patternsand designs,
oainted in the best s vie ol the art
HOUSE I'URNLSIMN'G GOODS
We are naily receiving from New York great additions to
our stocks of articles essential to tbe comfort of House
Keepers. To all of which we most respectfully solicit
public attention. MACKENZIE WILSON
apt 8 Nastville-
NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF JIUalC.
PRINCIPAL CHARLES HESS
Hoard of Tru'es.
Hon N S Brown, lohn D Watson, M D
John Trimble, G M Fogg,
James B Craighead, A F Fogg,
W O Uarris, R C McNairy,
James Walker, A Mackenzie,
John S Young, M D James P Clark.
For Terms, apply to the Principal, So 21 South Vine
street. .ebl7 tf
JOY TO THE WOULD!
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE KRMEDT!
OF all the remedies that have been discovered during the
present age for th thousand Ills that flesh is heir to,"
none equal tbis wonderful preparation. Only three years
have elapsed since the. discoverer (who spent -a decade In
studying, eiperimentallnupand perfecting It) first Introuue
ed U to iho public, and It la already recogbUed by the most
eminent physicians iq all parts of the country to be the most
surprising andcneeuve remeay lorceruun diseases of which
thv h.vn tnnwlmliTI-
All other compound or syrups of the root "have hitherto
failed to command the sanction of the faculty, because, on
lJlug ictiou, uicjr una uccu ,wumu w vvum.u uv.iwuiiujjn,
dient.', which neutralize the good effects of the sarsapartlla.
and oftentimes Injure the health ot tne pauenx. ills not so
with Hurley's preparation.
Hits is tha Dure and renulne extract of the root: and wlU.on
trial, be found to effect a cerutnand perfect cure of the fol-
lowin;compiaints ana diseases :
Affection of the Bone, Habitual Costiveness,
lii-eascs of the Kidneys, liver complaint,
Kryilas, PalmonaryDiseases, .
Female Irregularities, Scrofula, or Kin Lvll,
And all ni.i.M nf tha Skin.
B-ntdes u-u the above, Ills also known (obes great
and powerful touic, purifying the blood and Inventing Um
In short, it It without exception, In tbe cases mentioned
and it general effect on the system, the most efficacious, as
it is most desireDis, remeay oi ine age. u is aireauy umu
IvdIv used tnronehoul the country, and Is fast obtaining an
Uurtuern reputation. The instances of cures It has effscted
are dailv eommr la the Dronrietor'i knowksdte. and be has
nohesiiallon In recommending U to one and all who desire tcr
proeura relief (rom saneoag. une noma nemg inea, lis ei
feets will be too apparent to admit of farther doubt.
Kecollect Hurley's barsaparilla Is tbe only genuine article
in me marieu
lrp Price one dollar perbottls.orsli for Ave dollars. "
For sale at the manufactory, corner of Seventh and Ureen
streets, Louisville, Ky. Alfn, wholesale and retail by H. O.
mjuviu, ana ny aeaiera m itiedicina urougnoai ue uniwa
Slates, Canada and Mexico. JanSJ d&wly
BERRY A DEMOYILB.
Wholesale Agents, Nashville.
'Its ItKlLtUE COX1 Tit ACTORS.
PROPOSALS will be received at the office cf theEdge
ricld and Kentucky Kaitfoad Company, at Nashville,
Tenn , until the aO.h day of May next, to build the Bridge
across Cumberland River, for the joint use n( the LOUIS
VILLE A NASHVILLE, and tbe EDGEFIELD A KEN
TUCKY RAILROADS, according to thepruvisions or too
Act of the late General Anembly, appropriating two hun
died thousand dollars for its construction The super
structure will be about seven hundred leetlong, including
a draw with our hundred feet openings, the piers will'
he from sixty to eighty feet high, in water from twelve to
eighteen feet deep at its lowest stage, and the foundations
will 6e upon piles, or put in with coffer dams, or other
wise, a' tbe nature of the river bottom renders expedient
Bridge Constructors are invited to send plana and specu
Mentions for superstructure, cf both wood and iron, for
pans nf from ne hundred and sixty to two hundred feet
toug, and, when of wood, with a proposal for preserving
and rendering it Ure proof.
Propositions may be made for the entire structure, or for
tbe foundations, mssonry, or superstructure, separately.
The foundation mustbeoid for per pier, the masonry per
fierch of tweuty ttre cubic feet, and the superstructure; per
meal foot. Anv further information can be obtained by
addressing tbe Chief Engineer of the Edgefield & Ken.
tucly Railroad, at Nashville.
The folluwing is a copy of the Act ot the General As
sembly referred to -
'Be it enacted. That the Edgefield A Kentucky Railroad
and the LouiiydleA Nashville Railroad are entitled to the
Mini of one hundred thousand dollars each, to construct a
Bridge ucross tbe Cnmberlend R ver, at Nathville, and
that tbey are hereby consolidated for that purpose, and
shall be entitled, npon ipolication, to tbe snm : I two hun
dred thousand dollars, tor wh ch the Governor shall issue
Coupon Bonds ot the State, at six per cent at thirty rears,
to be issued as twenty 'thousand dollars of the work shall
be dune, from time to t.me."
J.U. ii. UhLU, President
Louisville A Nashville Railroid Co.
EDWARD S.CHEATHAV1, Presi tent
Edgefield A Kentucky Railroad Co.
JAS. B. CRAiGHiSAiJ,
HARDWARE AND CUTLE.RY
No 29. Public equare, Nashville.
'"pO enable me to sell goods at low prices, from this date
JL all accounts for sundries purchased on credit shall be
considarod due when the articles are delivered and pay-
o.ents will beexpectsd when tne accounts are presented
For the Complete Cure of Couglie, Colilv,
Influenza, Avtlima, ltroncliitls, Kpltiinp;
ol Klood and all other LunjCumplants
tending' to Consumption.
ri tills preparation is getting into use all over our country.
JL The numerous letters we receive from our various
gents. Informing us of cures effected la their Immediate
neighborhoods, warrant us In saying It Is one of the best. If
not ihe very best Cough Medicine now before the public
It almost Invariably relieves and not unfrequenily cures
the very worst cases. When all other Cough preparations
have failed, this has relieved the patient. as Druggists, deal
ers In Medicines, and Physicians can testify. As the Agent
In your nearest town, what has been his experience of the
effects of this medicine. If he has been selling it for any
length of time he will tell you It Is the best medicine extant.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we have recely.
ed lalelyregardlug the virtues of this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., says: I have been
using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively In my prac
tice lor three years past, and, ltis with pleasure 1 stale my
belief In its superiority over all other articles with which 1
am acquainted, for which it is lecommended.
Messrs. Pltijeraldi Brenuers, writing from Waynesvllle,
N. C, says: "The Liverwort and Tar is becomtnt- dally
more popular In this country, and we think Justly so. All
who have tried it speak Iu commendable terms of It, and say
ltis very beneflctalln alleviating the complaints for which It
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. B. U. McFall,
assures ns that he uses ltwlth great benefli In his own family
and recommends It to his neighbors." He gives an Instance
of a negro .oman la his vicinity, who had been suffering
with disease of the Lungs for years, attended with savor
cough, who wjis relieved bytha Liverwort and Tar.
Such are thJ good reports we hear of this Medicine from
all parts ofthe South. For a report of the surprising cures
it has performed lathe Wosternaad Northern and Eastern
States, we would invite the suffering patient to read the pam
phlet which accompanies each bottle. To all we say, have
hope, have hope!
Try the Medicine!! Be warned in season!!! And neglect
not that cough which is dally weakening your constitution,
Irritating our throat and lungs, and luvillnc on that dread
disease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a rem
edy can be obtained as Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar.
lie ware of Counterfeits and base Imitations. Ihe genuine
enisle Is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper
around eacn bottle.
Price, One Dollar per Bo tie, or six Bottles for Five Dol
lars. Sold wholesale and retail by 8CUVIL & MEAD,
111 Chartres Ft. bet. Com! and St. Louis, Sole Ageut
for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications
for Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by
Ewin Brothers, Berry dc Demo vile, A. K. Koicoe, Thos.
Wells, and G.W. llendershott, Nashville, Tenn , and byalt
other l)rure)tilhrougb the State. ania ilAirlwly.
JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PLASTER-
THE Great Bemody tor Rheumatism, Gout, Pain In tha
Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints; Scrofula, King's
Evil, White Swelling, Hard Tumors, alia Joints, and all tlx.
ed pains- whatever.
When this Plaster Is applied pain canno exist.
It bas been beneficial in cases of weakness, such as Pain
and Weakness in tha Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Af
fection of the Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys In.
Carnation by perspiration.
James L Boyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, testige
that, by .its use alone he was cured nf Kheumallsm lu both
of his knees, of several years standing.
The following was banded ui by a respectable Physician
Messrs. Scovll & Mead' Gents: I have been using yonr
Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very extensively in my
practice for three years past, and It is with pleasure that!
slate my belief In tbelr superiority overall othtr articles,
with whch I am acquainted, fur. the purposes lor which they
are recommended The Hebrew Piaster, especially, issu
universal penaeca for Lal pains. 1 have also lound It a mos
excellent application for Sprains and Bruises. It gives uni
versal naUsfactiuu wherever used. SS OSI.1N.M D.
Knoxville, Ga., March 4th, 1823.
23- Beware of Counterfeits and baso Imitations.
'Ihe genuine will In future have the signature of E.Tay.
lor on the steel plate engraved on tbalabelou the top of each
Purchasers are adridsed that a mean counterfeit ofthls ar
lid it n existence.
Tie genuine is sold by us, and by our agents appointed
throigh he Soutn, and no pedlar.ls allowed to sell IU Deal
ersa J P urchasers generally are cautioned against buying ol
any but our regular agents, otherwise the will be Imposed up.
on by a worthless article. SCOVlL 3t MEAD.
Ill Chartres street, Sew Orleans, Sola General Agents for
theS .uihern states, to whom alt orders must invariably be
Sold also by Kwin Brothers, Berry & Demovllle, A K
Itoscoe Thomas Wells and G W llendershott, Nashville,
Teun.,and by all other Druggists through the State.
STKAUT ALLEN & Co.,
CARRIAGE AND HARNESS M AN t FA CTTJBERS,
at tat old stasd or n k. mtsbs.
(Two doors below tbe Theatre.)
NO. 03 CUE It It Y STREET, NASHVILLE,
WOULD beg leave to inform tbe public rrpKjL.
generally thatthey have on band a large t-jST-assortment.of
Carnages, Buggies, Ac, of the neatest and
most highly finished styles, being practical woikrocd,
tbei are prepaied to offer as giod an article of manufac
tory for lnpp-ctioa as any similar establishment in the
countiy, and onte ms equally as reasonable. 1 hey would
invite all persons to cad and examine their worlc before
purchasi. g elsewhere
TST Repairing promptly attended to. New work war
nnudfirone ye-ir. apri9 gn
M A M ill QTH
IUAVE tken.and willbereafier keep the MAMMOTH
LIVERY STABLE, on Market gtre-t, , heretofore lept
by Noel A Blakemore. Horses and Carnages furnished
at all hours and at reasonable prices.
Boarding horses taken on EVEBETT,
Nashville, May 25. 1 8J If- ,
AltPEtt'S JHAGAZL-YE .TU iMAjTjMpn,
received by JOHN Y.9icA QO.
Tlit; Ureal Central liuute, connecting the AtianuAHIes) -with
Western,Northwestrn, and Southwestern States, "
by a continuous Railway dirdct. This road also conateti
at Pittsburg with aaily line of Steamers to ail-port oa
the Western Hirers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with
Steamers to all ports on the Northwestern. Lake
the most direct, chtiput end rdiaUt rouis by whieS
t'HEiaUT can be forwarded to and from the Great-Witt.
Rat oi hatsraen Philadalnhia and Pittahsr?:
75c per 1M
(in ooies,; r urs, i eatners, ae .
SECON1J CLASS. Hooks and SUtionerr. 1
Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea-!
60c per 100&
THIKU CLASS. An vi Is, Bagging, Bacoa, j
iwi a vcr uoi. unui mruir fint.M
Grain M eta. per luo lbs. until further notice.
fureroawPerfcaIe' DCttIce!lill25W lbs.weight.r
, t"1? shipping Goods from any pcifltEastof-PlMlft-
n1"! ,AJ ,Bdl8nei to Agents of this
Boad at Phil idelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with
FmonT Aacra Harris, WormleyA Co- ITraphii.
Tennessee. K. F. Sass A Co., St Lonii,; J. k Mitehsil
Son, Evansvilie, Indiana; HumesniLBell and Murdock. and
Carter Jewett, Louisville, Ky.;R.C. MeldrumMidison,
Indiana; SpOiJaa-.frow, andlrwln A t3 tSaeiaai
N. W. Graham n e , iinesviile, Obio; LceCi A Co-Nol
iUKilbystreetIlk!im;Le?chACo.S Astor 'House; -New
York; No. 1 William street, and No. 8 Battery Place, New
York; E.J,Sneeder, Philadelphia; ilagraw A Keens, cat,
timore; Geo. C Franciscus. littsburg.
H. IL HOUSTON, General Frsigii Jgeni.PhiUda.
H. J. LOMBAEKT, Sur't,Altoona,Pa,
n8 '56, tlslj '57
I'EMvSl'LVAiMA It AILItOA n.
THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadefnii
and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg st 7J A. and PHb s
burir for PhiladelDhia at 7. A.M. THE FASr UShl
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. II., and Pittsburg
for Philadelphia at 1. P.M. THt- NIGHT EXPRESS
TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at II, P.M., aad
a nusuurx lur Auuuueipuia SI av, ST.2L.
The above lines connect at Pittsburr with the RallrnftilTi -
to and from St. Louts, Ma: Alton. Galena and Chi euro.
Til I." Wf T I j r . ,r
au., f iAiAiuii, aaiu-iou, auu Aouisviue, tj.f lens
Haute. Madison. Lafavette nd Iudianannli In . f!!nHt.. S
nati, Dayton.Springffeid, Bellefontaine, Sandusky. Toledo,
Cleveland, Colnmuus, Zauesville, Massillon, and Wooster,
Ohio ; also, with tha Steam Packet Boats from and to New
Orleans. St. Louts, Louisville and Cincinnati.
ThrOUeb Tickets Con bo haJ la OF from aithar nftha
For further particulars, see Handbills at the different,
starting points. Passengers from the West will find this
the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia'
ijAuiuiur e,..i ew i ora; or iMston.
THOS. MOORE. Anvt-r Pattmntr T.inA PLiiaM,
J. MESKIMEN, Aglxt, Passenger lines, PttUbura. a
Auiiaueiijuui, iooo jaao ly .
TENaVEsSEK AA'D ALA li A Jl A ItAlLUUAO.
O.t and alter v eduesday, December Ixth, 1S5S, Trails
will run as toLows:
Leaves Nashville at tL-40 a -and 8. . rririit 2-
Thompion'a at iffl, a. a , and 4.15. . 3
Leaves Thompson's at 8:45 a. m and 5. r. :'arrlv'ai'
Nashville 102 Va. x., and 8u, r. u.
Mnday Train leaves Thompson's at 9 a. m. w
The Stages of Carter. Thomas A Houirh euaaeet with Oi
Trains at Thompson's .
Through Tickets to Memnhis. Wavneaboro'. Jafkmn.
rnscumbio, Florence, Columbli. and Pulls ki. eon be nm
enred at the General Stage Office under tha Verandah Ho
tel- A ANUEKsUN. - .1
decl2 tf K. Eng. and SunrX.
FARE RETJITC VI TO R7 irBnr iumtiT.v ts
jark.miv t ma
VIA Tenn-ssee and AUtuiua IiAiipad, Columbia anj
Waynesboro For seats apply t the Genetaltaze
t thee Leave Nashville Snndavs, Weaccaa)andFn
davs. at fi n. m neert t
FUILAUELI'UIA, NEW VOUK,
SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON S TEA 213 OTP 11521-
The well known first claas Steamships
CAPTAIN 1L HARDIE, ,.
-&SD , ,
State of Georgia,
CAPTAIN J J GA.iVIN,
Will hereafter form a Weekly Line to Philadelphia, sailing
evsry Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles
ton, as follows:
The Keys-one State will sail from Savannah tbe follow,
icg Saturdays April 12th and 46ih, May luthand Slth,
June 7th and 21st. Leaving Philadelphia thi alienate
The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston tbe fol
lowing Saturdays April 5th and 19th, Mar 8d, 17lh and
Slst, June 14th and 22th. Leaving Philadelphia the alter,
In strength, speed and accommodations, these ships a re
fully equal to any running on the roast Inland, navjg a
tion, 10j miles on Delaware River and Bay; two nights si
Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN
Agent at Savannah, C A. GREINER.
Agents at Charleston, T. S. A T. G. BUDD.
apl0'56 gmd 4
EXl'itESS AOTIt'K. - .
MEMPUIS AaVU CIIAKLESTON RA1L
ROAT. THE "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY" have mid isjv
rang ments with the above Railroad for a Dlv Ex.
press Line, and are bow prepared to receive and forward
Freight, Packages, Ac. by Passenger Trains to UunUvLle,;
Decatur, TuscuuibU aid intermediate stations on tha M.
& C. and N. Jt C Railroads. Small Packages at reduced'
rates. g. .
tSf M'essengers leave Nashville dailv at 7 o'clock, a m.
Sf Freights to be lorwaraed by Express will be called -for
without extra charge A. K- HOLT, -r
LOCOMOTIVES,TOOIS AND MAC II INEKY.'
THE LAWRENCE MACHINE SHOP, Laurence, Hat
eachusetts, manufactures Locomotives of any site or ,
guaee, Stationary-Engines, Lathes, Planers; all kinds of '
Tools, Cotton, oollen and Paper Machinery Turbinate
Parker Water Wheels. Gurnsey's Patent Printing Piess
Ac, Ac. All articles warranted best -materials and work "
manship. Information may be obtained and orders forv '
warded on apfjlication to Mr. JAMES PLUNKET, at the j
State House, Mshcille, Tcnnesste, or address
J. U. W. PAGE, TWorurtr,
nov.22 !md. Olfice.H. Kilby st.Boeron.Mssg.'1
PREMIUM BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY.
Eli EN FULL Git, -!
(Successor to Hamilton A Fuller, )
TENNESSEE BOOT AKD SHOE MANUTAcVoRY,
Corner .Unrket and Spring or Church tils.,
Nfljhville, Tenn. '
GRATEFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed npon
this 'Manufactory since its establishment, the Pro
prietor feels determined to msrit a continuation ofthe same
I have now on hand a good assortment of ready made
work, consisting in port of Men'd, Boya' and Youths' Calf,
Kip and Thick Boos and Shoes; Negro Brogans, double
sole; House Servants Shoes, Ladies and Misses Calf Mo. r
rocco, aad Kid Boots and Shoes, all made from good stock
in good style an-I warranted.
Orders trom' Planters, Iron Masters. Railroad and Turn. 1
pike Companies respectfully solicited. 3
All kinds of Repairing done.
Cash paid for Hides EBEN FULLER.
1ST Banner, Whig, Gazette and Cleveland Banner
copy, and discontinue all other advertisements. aug24.
INEW GAS KIXI UKE.N. 4
JUST received a very handsome lot it UIANDALIER3
and other articles in our line, and if yon ever intend
to have the Gas in yonr house, vera cannot find a more fa
vorable time, tor w are selling cheaper than ever, ind
have the very best workmen employed, and guarantee to
do the very best work.
W have all kindsof Fixtures, from the large Six Light
Chandaller to the plainest Pendant. We have Cbondaliers
that c s n be used for Gas or I 'andles, and parlies living off
the lin of the Gas pipe con be farnubed ith fashinnabls
Cbsndalfers, and nse other materials until tbe Gas pipes
reach their premises.
Gas Pin Woar of all kinds, either fcr Stsax oa Gas,
done with despatch. Applv to J. U. Kendricx, at the office
of the Gas Light Company.
ulv8 R L IIAVIS A CO
Wi,J. V IMOX.
Corner of Broad and Cherry streets. .Nahville, Tenn.
Ahh A'J Alt-Tllhl
r HE undersigned wdl attend ti iht s-de nf Real Kstate,
Personal pn-pe-tv.Orocenee, Orv Go-ds. Si.k-,4a
Will atend sod eell sh ess of .Nashville Building' I oan,
Associatfon. City B.nMine an.l L ai A nciatioo and the
alechan'e's Building a l Imo isanciatnin, at ill the s.lo
meeiings of the re-pestve ivocuti.iu
The l..ngexfr.e'iceol rf-e 11 .devlened in the Aoeiioa
Busini-ss be trnsia will be mfli e it nan-,Dis that all bu-i
cess entrusted to him will be pro nptly aa(j stistaetutilr
OfSiest ibeMerchintsExch-n-e C liege street -
npn7-lf E3 E u FaKSWoRrHE. -t.
ONESED AS3 ILX.V3-H ACBrs 0E LAND -I
N Sumner cuuaty.Ttauesaw, uo W.si Stal.aa Can p
L Creek, on th .Nashville and U nsville Radroad ud la
iheirnmtateTtoaiiTof ltg eoo,,pj1iLd j,pot lor lh
reigbboihooi, nd adj .inirg the p m.um farm of A. 0.
rrnklm. Any one'wihing a good tout 01 npiyicgin
vtstment. will do well to coll nnd examine tbe place, as tv
ba'ijaia will beeivrn in it. ' -
Siindersville. May- 6ih, 185t.
mav7 -wtriwAt-lm J.UIES FRANSfJN.
A BEAUTIFUL AKIIULE. for sale bv
Eartli CBARLSJ TT. SlUTH.