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General Eoolaefarr, 44 Union Strut, present the following
list nf valuable tlooics from whkhailekases rcayismio
The Spanish Cocqnesf in Amcric j
And its relatioatoihe history of slavery and to lha gov
ernment of Colonics, by Arthur Helps.
The Works of Thomas De Qoincey,
, Including "Heaiprialj.cndoflier papers' (list work;)
The Writings of Byard Taylor:
"View Afoot," Eldorade," ".Journey to Central
Africa," " The Linda of the 8rucen,' - a Visit to
India,' .China, and Japan." 5 vols.
W. H. Prescott's Histories:
History of the Reign of Philip the Seeoad, King of Spain.
2 vols 8 to. "Conquest of Merica." .8 vols.
The Statesman's Manual: .
The Addresses and ilessagEaof'tbe .Presidents of the
United States, Inaugural, Annual, and Spesisi, from
1769 to 18W, (inclusive.) 4to1i. 8 to.
Wfshicg'oa Irving'8 Writings : (15 vols.)
"History of New York," "The Sketch Book;" "The
Life and Yoyajej pfCilambos and his Companions,." (8
The Waverly Novels :
Embracing the author's lsst corrections, Ac, complete
r in 1 . i . . i . 1 . . , . -
au i 4 u.uiuns.- use 01 uiu ueat eaitious.
Dr. Spring's Contrast:
The Contrast between Good andad Men. Illustrated
by thi Biography and u-aths of the Bible. AH who lore
gocd books mil lore this.
David. A. Weils' Annuals:
The Annual of Scientific Discovery, (7 vols.) from 1850
to 1859, (inclusive) complete set, making -7 nimble
r, it.-uem Duuaw. aoM-' . .
By Minard Lafever, Architect
The American Architect :
Comprising original designs of cheap country and ril
iat;u rcsiueuces, &c uj-iauu iy ; mien, Architect.
THE HEAVENLY HOUR.
THE FAMILY ; Its Constitution and Probation.
MACAUI,AY'S History of England. 4 vols.
THE COMMUNION SABBATH.
SALAD FOR THE SOLITARY.
SALAD FOR THE SOCIAL, by the author of "Salad
tor the Solitary."
H7 With many others equally interesting, which are
uu ui&uu, uau w-iu m luruisnea ai low ugures.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
AUK1VAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENOEB
TQ taio effect on cad alerSATDBDAY, 21st of June,
1S56. Day Pabsenger leaves Nashville at 9.05. A.M
uii 1 era ul uuivauuuga ni o.vo, x . .Tl,
Night Passenger leaves Nashville at 5, P. M., arrives at
OhrJtanoogaat 4 50, A. M.
Day Paskengtr leaves Chattanooga at 6, A M, arrives
at Nashville at 2 40, P, M.
Night l'assenger leaves Chattanoogs at 9.15, P. M., ar.
jiPfcgl. H I. ANDERSON Sap't.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
SPECIAL XOIICE TO SHIPPERS VIA. SA rAXXAII
AH the Nanhville aad Chlttanooga Railroad Company
hs uotili-d and reminded the Central Railroad Com.
piny of (ii-orcia, of their Summer Rate, and it does not
tx ein to have been noticed or recognised In the hand bills
of that Company recently distributed in our city, we take
this method of mlarming the Merchants and .Shippers bv
that line, that the rate w.U be $1.85 perlOO ibs on 1st Clau
Hoods, and not ?t 25, as thhand bills represent $1 25 is
the average through rate on First Class Goods from the
t-eaboird 10 Nashville, but is subjected to the 10 cents ad
ilitioial mtbeSum-ner and a deduction ot 10 cents per
100 lbs in the Winter, which make the rate as per our
advertisement ?l 85 from June to Decembe-. and 1 15
lmm Decemoerto June H. I. ANDERSON,
J""" SI Snperin'endent
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA KAILROAD.
ON and after Sunday, June 1st, 1856, Trains will run
OOI vi "ODTH.
. 5 , . ail Pass. Freight and Pass.
Leavo Nashville at . p 5 j ,y -
Arrive atThoiiiMoua's S.iiS, 5.80,
Leire Thompson's at 8 45, A. u. 5.45, r. K.
Arrive at Nashville 10.25 ' 7 15 "
The Slwesof Carter, Thomas A Hough connect with the
'trains at Thompson's.
Through Titkets to Memphis, 'Waynesboro, Jackson,
Tusctirubia, Florence, Columbia, and Pulaski, can be pro
cured at the General Stage Office under the Verandah Ho
wl. A. ANDERSON,
j unc" tf K. Eng. and Snp't.
NO. 7, UNION STREET.-
MR. S. M'CLOSKEY, returns her sincere rT
thanLsto the Ladies of Nashville, and sur 106
rouuding c .untry, tor the very liberal patronage be "'
rlowed on ber since ber commencement in business here,
und an she cnnttrnplatej making orracgements for an in
creased supoly of liesh Millinery Goods for the coming
hrasou, he begs leave to inform her numerous patrons
that stie will commence THIS DAY to dispose of the re
mainder 01 h?r Summer Slock at cost of French Millinery,
Kibbnns, Dress Trimmings, French Flowers and Bridal
Wre-iths, very rich aod elaborately trimmed, Hair, Blond
and oil er Siles ot li.irmeis Misses' Leghorn Bloomers,
and tlhildrrns Richly Trimmed Hats, with a great variety
of Fancy tjoods
P. S. Kmbrodery, Braid, Drawing and Pinking, various
style-, Ladira' Straw Bonnets, and Gents Panama Hats,
Bleached Pressed and Trimmed, in the new Italian Me
thod. fjunelO tf.
AT THE TENJ.E.-SEE BOOT AND SHOE MANU
FACTORY, FIVE GOOD BROGAN
Constant employment, and the Cash will be given.
None but gjod workmen need apply.
junel9 lm No. 17 S. College St.
JUST received this day per steamer Aleonia, 20 boxes
of new W.'K. Cheese, to be sold to suit customers at
junel5 J. G. & C. ROBERTbO.V,
No. 21, B-oad street
i CliMCKI ICJSt The uudersigned has about 1600
toos of nice clear Ice (from Garrett's pond) ranging
from eight to Diteen inches thick, which he will farninh to
regular cu -turners, all the season at ONE CENT per pound,
at No b" Cherrv street, opposite the Post Office, and at
Jnvut, iirne J;. Nolcn's, Broad street.
pirn 27 J. O. McCRORY.
.HAtiXIFltKNT FAKM FOK bAl.E.
WK oiler Kir dale, on the most liberal terms, ono of the
ncne-st and most superior Farms in the State of Ten
cessec, being the remaining half of 1000 acres of the Her
mitage tract, Miuatel about U miles from Nashville, near
tbe l.-bjuon Pike, about 2U0 acres finely timbered. Sev
eral fine springa, good cotton gin, overseer's house, saw
mill, tnur double brick negro cabins, blacksmith and car
penttrV shops, Ac. All rxraons wishing tobuyoneof the
choicest farms iu theSute, should by all means examine
the above before purcbasicg.
Callou Mr. Andrew Jackson, at the Hermitage, orsnplv
to J L A R W hK(AvN,
ja!8 lm U Cherry St.
ON SATURDAY, the 25th day of Juno. 1856, I will
attend at the Ute residence of Oliver Towles, dee'd,
und expo-o to public sale on a credit, all the personal
property of said Towles, consisting of Household and
Kitchen Furniture, two cows and calves, and one blooded
Stallion, hch1 numerous other articles
Jill jrssns having claims against said estate will please
' presonttuem on day of pale.
TyViUle to commence between the hours of 10 and
11 6'cloek. JOHN W. TOWLES,
juneS 8lw. Administrator.
BANK. OF 'ASUVILLE, (
Nashville, Msy 30, 1858. (
Q1G11T or timj checks furnished, in sums to suit pur.
O chuser, for remittance to all parts of Europe. Those
wishing to make remittances to any part of Europe, can
now do s.1 without the inconvenience and risk of ordering
checks Kent lrom New York as heretofore.
tnaySl lui Cashier.
DAVIDSON COUNTY BONUS FOB, SALE.
r pllE nademgned is authorised to sell a largd amount of
X l)av:din t;ountv Bonds upon such terms as make
them a most desirable investment, These bonds have
about serei een yoar.H to matarc, and bear interest at the
rate of- pr cent psrannuoi, payable semi annu tlly. Those
wishing 10 purchase can obtain all necessary information
by implication at tho Bank cf Nubville.
" W. WHELE3S,
may31 lm Cashier.
BY virtue of a deed of trust executed by Chas. Guaita,
pn tlie-Hli day of September, 1S55, and duly record
ed n tfce Krgter'H olfice of Davidson county, I shall on
SATURDAY. TUP. 2STU DAY OF JUNE, at the Court
lkuio gite in Nashville, expose at public sale for cash,
the Lot mentioned in said deed, tdluated iu South Nash
ville, fronting sixty nine feetonUigh street, and running
back one hundred and eighty feet, uud adjoining the Lot of
J. D. Haia itoa. Sale at 12 o'clock, M.
janeS 1 A V. S. L1NDSLEY.
THE AugiKta, Atlanta and Nashville Telegraph I jne is
now working thnk;gh to Augusta, Ga., where it con
ntcts with other Lines running North, East and South..
This Line i now in good repair through from Nashville to
Augusta nd we expect to keep it so in future. We shall
endeavor to put all business, for this Line, through in
the shortest time passible, and expect to be able to give
mayl6-tf C. C. CLUTE, Sup'L
T) Y'tl It YK 'Wanted immediately 600 Bags for Cash.
ONION AND AMER10 AK.
Advertisement" must bo handed in; by, 12,
o'clock; M., to insure Insertion I
SPEECH OF GOV. AAEON T. BSOWS,
The State Central CJonamittee. regardmg tho
speech, of Got. Bbowh. as an excellent campaign
document, haTe ordered the printing of serMl
thousand copies for distribution. It Till'be hand
somely printed in large plain type- and pamphlet
form, making twenty pages of jreading.matter. It
will be ready for." dejivery by the" last of "this week.
It oU3bt'to be attributed throagh erery portion of
the State. It will be famished to clubs atthi ex
tremely low price of fifty copies for $1, Sesd in
your orders immediately.
We call the special attention of persocs
ccntemplating a Northern tour thb summer, to
the advertisement of the Central Obis Rnd 'B tlti-
more and Ohio Railroad. Persons from this pUce
can take tha stage to Louisville and from thencd
by cars to almost any point they may wish to go.
There ere lesa changes of can on this route than
any other, which is a matter of much importance
to the traveler. Throagh tickets can be purchased,
which is another argument in its favor; and when
we take into consideration tho dustt portion of
the advertisement, the thing is settled at once. If
there are any who wish to learn more of this route
than can be learned from the advertisement, if
they will walk around to Rnore's (the man that
'pays big taxes on a little horse) he will givo them
all the information desired.
(fir V?o notice the arrival, in New Orleans, of
Hon. John L. Mabxino, U. S. Minister to Gauta-
mala. Mr. M returns upon official business, but
13 now detained, we regret to learn, in New Or-
Ieins, by illness. His hosts of friends join us in
wishing that his native air may soon restore him
Nsw Drco Siobb. Messrs, Kernah & Raiks
have opened a new Drug Store, on the squire, at
the old stand of Plummer & Cj. Their stock of
goods is new, and embraces everything usually
fonnd in establishments of this kind. We bespeak
for them a liberal share of patronage.
JMEW YYbeaTT The hrst n w whet ,oi 1 .e sea
son was received yesterday from the farm of S. P,
omiih, xsq , 01 Williamson county, it 13 a rpry
superior quality of Golden Chaff, and was dein br
n . f wt'if v
ed to the house of H. S. Fbxsch & Son, for vy ich
the usual premium was paid. The v'- .for
75 cents per bushel, and weighed 6P j j .
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a regular meeting of Trabue Lodge, No. 10,
of tte I. O. O. F , on Monday, the 23d June, 1856,
the following resolutions, presented by the com-
ittee, were unanimously adopted, and ordered to
be entered on the minutes.
It is a melancholy duty to record tha death of
our esteemed iriend and brother, Robert Meston.
He died at the residence of Andrew J. Polk, in the
county of Maury, near Columbia, Tennessee, on the
14 in 01 aiay, iboo, in toe autn year of bis age.
He was a native of Surrey, England, and for
many years wsb engaged at the celebrated nurse
ries of Lee's, at Hammersmith. nearTiondnn Trhprn
he scquired the reputation of an accomplished and
Since his residence in the canntrv of his arlnntinn
he has not only maintained the character of his
profession, but his correctness in all business trans-
actions. Hi3 frankness and sincerity in social inter
course have won for him tho prond title of " an
Faithful as a husband devoted as a father
around the family hearth' and at the domestic fire
side are recorded his highest virtues.
e conored him living dead, we drop the tear
ffMJiSIKairylo HYmwho isThe widow's
God and the orphan's Father.
Resolved, That in the death of Robert Meston,
Trabue Lodge, No. 10, deplores the loss of a valua
ble and faithful brother, and an upright man.
Eesolved, That as a testimonial of respect for
the memory of the deceased wo wear the usual
badge of mourning for thirty days.
Jiesolved, That we sincerely sympathise with
the widow and seven children of our deceased
brother, and that they be furnished with a copy
of these resolutions.
Jiesolved. That a copy be furnished for publica
tion to the papers at Nashville and Columbia.
'inoj. T. CMILET,
E D. FiEh-swoirrn,
The undersigned, electors for the county
of Davidson, will speak at tho following pltces:
Stewart's Ferry, July 4,
Smith's Spring, Saturday, July 6,
Antioch, Tuesday, July 8
Tuscukm, Wednesday, July 9.
Atchison's Gap, Thursday, July 10.
Tank, Saturday, July 12.
Dog Creek, Monday, July 14.
Robertson's Store, Wednesday, July 10.
Goodie tts ville, Thursday, July 17.
Flat Rock, Friday, July 18.
Campbell's Store, Edgefield, at night, Friday,
Broad street, Saturday night, July 19.
Will. G. Brick,
R. W. Haywcop.
THE BLACK REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESI
It is proposed that as Fremont, the Blsck Re
publican candidate for President, is an insignificant
personage, and that as ho owe3 all his importance
to the fact that be is son-in-law of Colonel Benton,
that they run up his name thus :
col. j. c. fremont, son-in-law cf
THOMAS H. BENTON.
Natiohal ExiouriviCostMiTrEf. In accordance
with an order of the Democratic Convention, re
cently assembled at Cincinnati, a standing Execu
tive Committee of the National Democratic party,
consisting. of seven persona, was sppointed. The
following gentlemen constitute the Committee :
Messrs. C L. Wahd, of Pennsylvania ; C. L. Val-
LA5DI0HAU, of Ohio ; ThOS. E. P. COLEUAN, of
Louisiana; Wk. K. DkQratfknbied, 01 Georgia;
Elisua R. Potter, of Rhode Island ; Mahsiho, of
Carolina; Davio A. Smallet, of Vermont.
M. Ward, was chosen chanman and V allahmo
Oot-Hkrodmo Herod We thought thit Ho
race Greeley had greater audacity than any other
man living, butjuet after Mr. ttucnaaan was nomi
nated he declared be would not charge that Mr.
Buchanan had said that it be had a drop of Demo
cratic blocd in his veins be would let it out. Gree
ley intimated that this was a lie even too big for
nim, but Senator Wilson, at the Sectional Con
vention at Philadelphia, boldly made the charge.
He went even further, sn 1 stid that Buchanan op
Losed the war ot 1812, while the truth is well
knowu tht lie wa a volunteer in that vary .wr.
fighting the battle-) of his country, while Wilson
or his lathers were meeting iu the Hartford Con
vention and plotting the destruction of the Union.
If Wilson hss not 'bunged Baunsgher," then no
cm cvar did. He takes rank hereafter in the lyicg
class, ahead of Greeley. AT T. Day Book.
Correction. The Know Nothing press of the
country are parading a paragraph ' commence 9;
thus: "The Columbia 3. C 7t'me, a Democratic
journal, thus repudiates Mr. Buchanan," kc.
The 7Hies is not a Democratic journal, but is
and has long been, an avowod American or Know
Nothing paper. The South Carolinian is the name
of the Democratic paper in Columbia, and BUBtaias
Mr. Buchanan. South Carolina will vote almost
unanimously for him Sentinel.
(r"It is nDW understood that a few Abolition'
ists are to be killed off in Kansas (by the tele
praph) just bzfore every local election in the
Northern Stales; and a few days before the
Presiddttia! election seven or eight hundred Free
State men there are to be telegraphed dead; and
a part cf them roasted and eaten -by the "border
We would scrreest that if our opponents cry
wclf so often the people will laugh at them for it
before November. rtttsourg Jost
f JHE VERY LATEST 'NEWS,
. -.1. KsorrvzD bt .
UP TO THE.
13 OUR OF PUrBLI CATION
Washjhgtos, June 2 Senate-Mr. Mason in
troduced a joint ressltition, which' passed, appro
priating .$40,000 for the purchase and restoration
to the British Government of the Ehipesotofc.
Mr. Honter replied to the attack of Sumner on
tho State of Virginia.
House bill establishing two additional land dis
trict) in Minnesota was passed.
Mr. Whitley introduced a bill to p-otect public
property, and to preserve the peace in. Kansas.
Referred to the Committee on Territories-
The Oregon bill was debated and lafd aside.
Adjourned. . x
New Yore-, June 24 The Fillmorei procession
was an imposing affair. Great enthesiesnrwas dis
playtd along the route.)-,.
Baltimore, June 24 An extensive fire occur
red he destroying a large numbtr of building?,
including the Tempi Street Church. Godman
House and Mozzy's block ;cf stores, with their
Cleveland, June 24 A fire occurred here, this
morning, destroying property to the amount of
$30,000, partially insured.
MiLWAUKt, June 23. The Dailg Wisconsin, in a
strong and able leader, cornea out for Freernont for
- Jerskt City, Jane 24. An immense Buchanan
ratification meeting was held here last night
Bobtoh, Jan'o.24" ThVRepublican nominations
were endorsed last night by a mass meeting of
ltepublican3 at Funeuil Hall, which was crowded
New Yoktc, June 24. Mr. Fillmore has rei'tera.
ted his determination not to withdraw, unless re-
quested by the party nominating him.
CiROBtNATi, June 25, M. Flour firm at S5s5.10:
whiaky advancing; mess pork 18.00: bacon sides
JJilOc; sugar active at full rates; molasses firm,
The river is stationary, wiih 5ftetwater In the
Pittsburg, June 25 River Three fe et eleven
inches water by the metal mark and rising.
Louisville, June 25 Tho river is falling with
three leet hve inches water iu the canal.
85?" We were accosted a dayfor two since bv a familiar
voice, and a gentleman we did not remember to have seen
before, stood in our presenoe. A comic smile plaved
around bis mouth, and his eyes told of mischief, and not
unman explanation did we discover an old acauiintance.
wno, me last time we saw him, was as gray aa a rat; but
now by the magic power of Pro Wood's Hair Restora
tive, bis hair is as black as a coal and soft as silk. rLon-
.-II IK L
may 29 lm.
COUilTSHIP AND MARRIAGE;
JOYS AND S0EE0WS OF AMERICAN LIFE.
CAROLINE LEE HENTZ.
8UTH0R OF "ERNEST LINWOOD." "AUNT PAT-
IX 'd SCRAP BAG, ' PLANTER'S NORTH
ERN BRIDE," "LINDA." "RENA,"ETC.
Just received by HAGAN A BRO.,
Prt7 Market street.
rjODEY-3 LADY'S B09K for July, subscription re-
va irf cu uiu &ujie ccpies soiu dv
llAGAN 4 BROn
junel9 Market SL
iiNVKLOPK IMPKH. -
fl RJ"AiIS Envelope Paper, suitable for newspaper
tU offices, just received by HAGAN A BKO.
USIC PORT-FOLIOS.-Two " dozen Music Port
Folios, a new and beautiful article, imt rwiicnl v.
majl6 HAGAN A BRO.
HAGAN A BRO.
IvJL received, by
mavl5 -A large assortment just
HAGAN 4 BRO.
COMMERCIAL NOTE. 100 Reams, sssorted colors, a
beautiful article, very cheap, in store and for sale by
may its usuaa a imu., w arret st.
TTARPER ANDGODEY'S MAGAZINES, for June.-
JUL Just received by
HAGAN A BRO.,
lUltl'EIt FOR JULY
TTARPER'S Me gaxine for July, a splfndid number.
1 1 just received Dy
HAGAN A BRO .
fff HEAVY Oscaberg Sacks, for sale.
1VJ9VJvJvJ by JOSiSPH NASH.
THE undersigned will pay cash for NEW WHEAT.
je22 lm East comer College and Spring streets.
WANTED to till an order of One Hundred Thousand
Uushelsof Prime WHEAT, delivered at oar Ware
house in ashville, for which we will pay the market price.
We bare on band a large quantity of bsgs to furnish
those delivering the Wheat.
loners 11. b. uttanuu s sua.
BY E. H. McCORD,
HAS just been refitted in every department, and is now
open for the reception of boardears and travelers.
june2l lmo tri w
Dissolution of Partnership,
ATM. MIL1US has this day withdrawn from the part-
Y Y nership known as the firm of Milius & Wolf. h.
Wolf is hereby authotized to settle all the claims of said
X,' jj.E.WolfwilI continue the stand known as Nichol's j
Comer of Market s-reet ana me public square, lie so
licits the continual patronage of his many friends. His
stock will be enlarged every day by arrivals ot frBb goods
from the East. jan9 6m
' II EST SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS.
TUST received an assortment of best quality of Trunks.
Also, a small lot of cheaper styles. All for sale at
moderate prices. fjune 18J J. H. McGlLL.
" V ALICES AND BUGGY TRUNKS.
T") ECEIVED thi3 day a supply of Ashland Yalices and
X Buggy Trunks, lor sale low ny
J. H. McGILL.
KOBE BE C11AMBKE.
A SMALL lot of Dressing Robes, some of them low
Xi. priced, received ana lor sale,
J. H. McGILL.
PATENT SHOULDER SEAU SHIRTS,
"TXTK have yet a first rate assortment of Shirti, and are
constantly receiving stock.
J. H. McGILL.
WK have every variety of seasonable underwear, of
which we name Silk, Gauze, Merrino, Gauze Cotton ,
Lisle Thread, Gauze Shaker Flannel, Cashmere Linen and
Plain Cotton. junelS! J.H. McGILL.
WE have just received a small lot ot Shirts to fit Boys
from 10 to 15 jears old, which we are selling about
as cheap as they can be made. J U. McGILL,
junelS Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Furnishing store, corner of tbe Square and College street.
Extra Family Flour.
C A BBLS. Mason's best Flour, just received nnd for
O sale bv
junel9 JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN.
-inn BAGS Smith A Beden's Extra Family Hour, just
JLUU received and for sale by
JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN,
MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR
THESE Springs will be open for the reception of visi
tors on the 1st dsy of June, 185S
Theyaresitualedin Montgomery county, Virginia, one
and a naif miles from the Virginia and Tennessee Rail
road, from which there is a branch Railroad to the Springs.
Passengers leaving Richmond or Petersburg alter break
fast reach the Springs by 8 o'clock,?. M. same day, all
the way by Railroad.
The accommodations have been very much extended
since last season, the rooms are large and comfortable, and
capable of accommodating 1000 persona
The Lynchburg and Abingdon Telegraph company are
now building a branch of their Line to the Springs, which
will be in operat on early in June.
A very large Bath House has been built since last sea
ton. Address, BO. IL M0SBY, Pres't,
june25 lm Montgomery W.S. S. Company.
OTOLEN. ncorSnear Grove. Butler county. Kentucky,
O on the SSth of May last, one BLACK HORSE, eight
years old last spring, about 15 hands high baa collar
mark on shoulder and a tit or wattle on one paster joint.
I will eive the above reward for said horse delivered
to me, or I will give $25 for any information respecting
said norse, so tne proper owner may get aim.
jnne25 8tw 11,0. BURGHER.
-rrrooL! wooli wanted
yOR CASH, BY
Professor Wood's Hair Restorative.
It has tBorhed Miracles I
That all the bald and gray can be restored uerfecdr 10
original growth, so far as their locks are concerned, does
not admit of doubtbesldes, it will core ere-y possible dis-
ease of the scalp, whether developed as dandruflj itching
or in the shape of cutaneous eruptions even scald'head
and ia no possible case will it fail of curing, as if by
magic, nervous or periodical headache, and'if nsedtwica
b 11 cc uj wo;uuug, fvguuuy, ii niu prcserro mo color,
and keep the hair from tailing, to any imagiaable ag.
n KU.V 4k. u..1..t la. It .1 1
Bead and Judge.
LooiSsroaT, la., June, 1853.
Messes. O. J. Wood & Co.:.
Gents Yours of the 18th came duly to hand. Enclosed,
please find thirty-eight dollars, it being the amount for
Hair Restorative. 1 have sold italL if yen
choose, you may send six dozen bottles Hair Restorative;
I think I can sell it. It has worked miracles in this place.
i buiu a uiaa bl& 1 uuuies, uwi was oaiu, ana 1( lelcnea
new naur out an over ms neaa.
C. R.R.Omcs. VaitOAiLi. JaneSi
Paor. Wood Dear Sin X take pleasure in bearing vol.
uuultj icsuiuunj MiuecAccireaceot yuuriiairiiesioraiive.
Three mouths ago, my hair was very gray. It is now a
dark brown, (the original color,) smooth and glossy. The
osly application 1 care made toll, has been the Hair Res
torative prepared by you, and which, from the result in my
una cusu, 1 can uiroh curuuuijr recommena u omcrs.
Vis0fflNis.la.. June 21. 1853.
Paor. O. J. Wood. As you are about to manufactuieand
vend your recently- discovered Hair Restorative, 1 will
state, tor whomsoever it may concern, thai I, hare used it
and k nown others to use it that 1 hare, for several years
.been in. the habit of ujing other Hair fie&toiauves. and lha
x una yours vastly superior to any oiner 1 Kutrw. It en
tirelr cleanses the head ot (land r utf. and with one month'
proper use, will restore any person's hair to the original
r.-i 1 .1 1. 1 1.1 0
jiuubuiui uutvr oiiu icAiiiic, Kviag a ueaitny, w.1 and
glossy appearance; and all this, without discoloring the
uauus uiat appiy it, or uie aresa on wnicu 11 arops. 1 would,
lacrewre, recominena its use to everyone aesirous ot har-
tu a uu vuiur uiu tenure u uatr.
St. Louis. June 29. lass.
Paor. Wood: As you are about to prepare nnd vend yonr
recently aiscnrerea iiair iteaioraure, onaasyuu lequest
my opinion of it, 1 will state, that mv hair was. u few
months ago, very gray, and alter using twu bottles of y oar
uajrxveawiBure, xi reauiuea its ungiaai color; ana Since
its application, all dandiulT has disappeared lrom my bead,
and i have been troobl.d with no uutagreeible itching ot
uie Bcaip. 1 am sauwea, tuat tnose wno u.e 11, will not
regret it, as it gives toe appeirance 01 nanog oeen recent
ly oiled. I am prepared, therefore, to recommi nd its use
to til who are desirous of having a beautiful head of hair.
1 am, sir, yours, etc ,
CrscuorAn. Ohio. Feb. 10. 1SI4.
Peof. Wood Dear Sir. Mr hair had. for reTeml vnt-u
been becoming prematurely gray, accompanied by a harsh;
ness which rendered the constant application of 'oil neces
sary in dressing it. When I commenced tis.cgyour iiair
lieatoraure, aoout two montns azo.li wosiu mat condition
and having continued its use till within the lost three
weeks, it has turned to its natural color, uu j assumed a
soilness ana lustra greatly to be preferred tu those pro
duced by the application of oils or any other preparation 1
have ever tued. 1 recard it as an mdisoen&ibla ai-tirl-
forevery lady's toilet, whether to be used us a Jair Resto
rative, or iqt me aimpie purpose or drssaing or beautifying
.uouau. auu uavc uc(xuiiuu lu rcior Mi me an wno en.
tcrtain any doubt of its performing all that is claimed tor
t. ai its. u. a 1 u uin ua.
IU Third st.
Watebtowm, MassH Mkj 1,1854.
Paor. O. J. Wood: Allow me to attest the virtues and
mairic powers of your Hair Restorative. Thrte months
since, being exceedingly gray, 1 purchased, and soon com.
menced to use, two botUes; and it soon begun lotell, in re
storing the silver locks to their rative color, und the hair,
which was before "drv and harsh and fallise off. dow be
came soft and glossy, and it ceased falling; the dandruff
uisaijueareu, ana me scaip lost ail me aisurecaoie ilchtnir
so annoying btfore, and now, I not only look, but feel
young again, Respectlnlly, j ours, tte.
13?" Sold at 114 Market street. St. Louis. M0..TJIC Broad-
wav. New York, and bv all Drurciats. everywhere. All
kinds of family patent medicines for sale ou iho best pos
sible terms, at Prof. Wood's establishment. 114 Market
street, St. Louis.
1ST Sold here wholesale and retail by Ewiu Brothers;
also, by all popular Drupgists everywhere.
apzu urn lnaiae
TO THU PUBLIC OF THE UNITED STATES.
AN advertisement of Mr. UOOLPHK WO1.KE, lately
published, as I suppose, Intended for the protection of
his Schiedam Scnapps ag-lnst counterfeiters, has come under
my observation, aud being engaged in the manufacture of
S. hleJarn Bcnappi, were I to let it pass without notice
through this medium, I mlghtbe considered among those he
denominates "Pirutu and Vtndcri cf PeUmf but the im
mense patronage and success that has attended the sale of
the article manufactured by me, and tbe opinion of compe
tent judges asto lu qualities as a beverage and its medical
virtues, precludes the possibility ofthe idea that 1 am In
tlaihid ftpmag.Afei i totrnr-inmtr nai oeefi" brought in
competition wlUi hit. Not only have I sncceed In competl
Ucg wlUi him in quality, but tne constant and Increasing de
mand of my article, has enabled me to farnish ft at a less
price than he can, or does saj t2 00 In the dozen. And
furthermore, he will od become satisfied that his caution
to the citizens. of tbe "Southern and Western States" will
avail him nothlog as far as I am concerned, for the character
of in; Schiedam Scnapps is too well established in those
States, to be injured by any such Invidious publication.
The motive of his a lvertlscment Is obvious to erery one, and
feeling well satisfied that all such missiles thrown at me by
him will fall harmless atmyfeot, 1 will here, for the satis
faction or the public, publish a copy 01 my rawni merit, en
tered Iu the Southern District of New Vorlr.,onthe Ssth dav
of Docemhcr, 1651:
I Copy of patent night 1
SOUTI1EKN lilBTaiCT OF'NEW YORK.S. S.
Be It remembered. Thatontbetwentr-elzhth day of De
comber, Anno Domini, lt!54, Barnard L. Simpson, of the said
District, nam ueposucu in 1111 omce mo hub 01 a print or la
bel, tho title of which Is In the werdsof the following, to-wlt
'Barnard L. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam Jcniperbcbnapp
a superior Tonic Anti-Dlspt-plic Invigoratpg Cordial," tbe
right whereof be claims as author and proprietor, fsi con
formity with anaet of Congress, entitled "An Act to amend
he several Acts'respocung copy rights."
GEO. W. MORTOS,
Clerk of the Southern District of New York.
And I take pleasure on this occasion to tender my sincere
thanks to the publicin general, and to my friands In parUcu
nr.tor the fclud liberality with which they have patronized
me from my commencement of this enterprise; and I assure
them, that 1 shall continue to provide tbeoi always with
genuine and superior article of tichie Jam Schnapps.
Juce 30, '55 ly. B. L. SIMPSON.
1. S. The word Schiedam Schnapps is derived from a
town In Holland, called "Skiedum," which Is Celebrated as a
place of extensive Juniper Plantations and numerous Dla
'Uleries ofthe above article.
Everybody hasthe right and privilege to order the Juniper
Extract (a principal ingredient ofthe Schnapps) from that
Does It not appear now poor and deceitfnl when (7. W. Is
trying to mike a wrong and untrue Impression on the Public,
saving that the word Scbledam Schnapps belongs exclusively
to his article, and that all others are Counterfeits and lmposl
U. W. has no monopoly, neither more right for the solo Im
portation or Schiedam Schnapps than anybody else; and Uiis
poor argument which be intends to conUnue his long practised
deception on the public, shows too plain that be feels and is
now aware of an important and dashing opposition.
octlS 13j5 ly. B. L. 8.
Maps, Charts, Books, etc!
Map of the United States and the
This Map is six feet by seven, projected on a scale of
tweoty.four miles to the inch, and is certified on the map
by Mr. Steiger, Principal Clerk of Survey at Washington,
embraces all the surveys made by the United States from
the Atlantic Ocean to the American Desert, authority on
all boundary questions, from national to township lines
Engraved on SteeL
"A work of arL it is excredicciv beautiful: but as an
accurate and faithful delineation ot the codntrv, in all its
aspects, gcographicnland political, it is entitled to the very
highest praise." Sew Tort Courier Enquirer.
GUIDEBOOK THROUGH THE UNITED STATES, Ae.
Containing the routes and distances on all the great lines
of travel by Railroads, Canals, Stages and Btaamboats
description of the several States with a large accurate
Exhibits? the new territorial boundaries, Indian claims,
routes, settlements, Ac., and a complete histoiy ot that
New Map of tha Western States.
New Map of Kentucky and Tennessee.
New Map of Arkansas and Texas.
New Map of Central America.
From the most recent and authentic source; showing
the lines of communication between lhe Atlantic and Pa
Just received by juu vuttK uu.
MAGAZINE FOR JULY JUST RE
JOUN YORK A CO.
A" NOTHER NEW WORK BY HERMAN MELVILLE
author of "Tvpee," "Omo," etc.. THE PIAZZA
TALES. Far sale by JOHN YORK A CO.
Stoves and Tin Ware.
COOPER & SPJLTLER;
MANUEACTURES, NASHVILLF, TENN.
i- ESPECFULLY call attention totht-ir shrt 'f ?tnve.
JL Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, at the corner of
pnegana liarnei streets, lormeriy uccupieu uj imuuiou
A Fuiler, as a Boot and Shoe Factory.
To cash customers we oSer better inducements than wss
ever before offered in this city. Believing it to' be lo the
interest of both buyer and seller, we make our terms cash.
and will not bo undersold in this city.
WE are prepared to make to order all kinds of Tin
and Cooper, work, promptly and at satisfactory
"t'fin on. itiA Tin and Conner Work necessary upon
public and private buildings will bo done on the lowest
terms ana warrantea to oo
Stills, Soda Founts, Generators, Ao, made tud repaired
in tbe best workmanlike manner.
maT29 COOPER A SPITLKR.
Killt THE LADtiUi.
rmWKNTV .tts Toilet Ware of the best Eastern man.
X ufacture, handsomely ornamented and fvr duribility
TCodPER A SPITLER.
1 A.NTIIR AGE.
T?INE Bine Grass Pasturage for horses and cattle, about
s i three mues irom nasnvuie on mo unuua tug, .j
plr to J. L. & R. W. BROWN,
juBe22 2w 4H Oaerry street.
Concerning the Ht!
j rrtHB excitement at aterflcH k Walker's continues
UDoaI ?.a 'aeli ,.Pa.,r V vwuu arapia
Tbeiriurht elastic Uii!e-kis. a.d their Rr.-cxv
Mountain Betverare Worn by ell who study neatness ele
gance and comfort,
maySl TTATEUFIEIJ) A WALKER.
UATS FOKSILdJICU EAK.
THE Hat wearing combiuutty will flad al tVaterfield
& Walker's erervthing new and desirable for the
summer. Their Soft Felt Hat and their Panama Ikt.
horn and Grenada Hats, should biworn by all who vish
to "keep oool" ia the warm weather.
nay 31 WATERFIEIJ) A WALKER.
Busnmci Hats for Boys.
WATERFIELD & WALK Kit have jt re
ceived a verr larira sunnlr if I.M-ti(irn Hila fnr
boys, which ther are cellineat tundirate nncec tnoe who
want them should call soou, as they are selling very rap-
WATERFIEIJ) A WALKER,
Premiuia Hat Lmuuriuci.
tnay31 8-t PubUts.iu.trp. next tnllowderV j
A. J. JPli AN CISCO
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IK
Hats, Gaps and Ladies
23, PUBLIC SQUAUE, Nashville.
THE iUOM' UKAU l lr l 1.
WORN BY MAN. IS ONE OF
SUPERB MOLESKIN UAT.S.w&Wi bategained an en.
Viable reoutation throu!?h tho conutrr. Of nilnnm nl
taste who wish a real -OKU." will cnt aiid ret hnn nf
those elegant TILES just introduee 1 ut Hie Hat Emporium
of jl. J. Kit AS CISCO'S.
8pr7 Nr., S3 Public Sairtre
SOFT HATS, EVEttV SlVLK AM CUl
OH. Juit reciv.d bv Exoresd. a tih mii n'r hi
iuuoc ueieurjieu r.'e.uu ..al., wnicli ure o:n 01
for inspection at l-'liAX.IISCO'S IUt1;utr
.u . - r . - --IJ-V
I AN ASIA. LEt
STRAW GOODS KVtfill DIHOUiPriOV. f
Men. Bovr.aird (Jhildrnr. wir n-urli lot insin
tlon. at the Hat Emporium of FUANt l.-C'
apro ya -a Public ure
rpHE IjAIJltS will find every (bing tatly anil becom
JL inrforBoTS. Children. Infants fmU SIii.-f.nl
the Store of A J Fit A.N't. ISCO.
aplS -io Ptihlic Square.
WU0LE3ALE STOCK IS
J large and
And my facilities. enable m to (fler
In every style cf HATS to suit the
Season. A. J. FRANCISCO.
apr3 No 2f. Public Sqnare,
SUPKUlOJt SUjUIUKK STDf.'K.
JOHN RAM AGE has again received additional supplies
to his Stock of Fine bhocs for eentlemen Tnnu- who
desire a superior article and fashionable tttln will tind It
ok tiKAHKge Eireet, at prices mai cannot 1.11 to please.
Just opened in part the following
... iiin.!l . 1 . . . -. . .
r me liioin ingress uaiiers, plain toeantt-lipd; -Super
Patent Leather Consreos Kid Tod Ua.toin:
" " " Oxfords and Drea Suota, various
Kid Top Washington Sboes;
Prunella Congress Gaiters. plain loe:
English Lasting Ties, plain and tip'd;
" Kid Gaiters, a Lew article:
' " Dress Shoes;
Calf Oxfords and Dress Shoes;
Super French Calf stitcbei Boots;
Pump Sole " Ac.
With a large assortment for Boys' Youths' and Cbildran.
JOHtf RAM AGE.
msy27 42 College street
LADIES' FINE GAITEllb AND SUJOIKR
LADIES' French Lasting Gaiters, front and rid laced;
' " with heels:
" Italian Cloth "
" Black and Cloth Congress Gaiters;
" Brown Congress bummer "
Saper French Kid Boots, with heels:
" " " " Slippers. "
" " " " Buskins, fine and soft;
" CurOCOd EDSQ-'ft XidJ!wtww.vnmr- - '
Ryan's Italian Cloth Gaiters, plain and tip'd;
White satin ticzenea ana nam suppers;
" Kid Dress Slippere;
Velvet, Prunella and English Lasting Slipplers, Ac
Just opened at 42 Colleges:ret.
may27 JOHN RAMAGE.
LADIES' SLIPPERS AND WIDE BUSKINS.
I AM in receipt of the following:
Ladies' Black KidTnm'd Slippes;
do do do Wide Buskins ;
do White Satin Trim'd and Plain Slippers;
do Emb'd Toilet Slippers ;
With a variety of Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters, for Ladies,
Misses and Children. JOHN RAMAGE,
june 23 il College street.
ALL those indebted to the Ute firm of Ramsge A Church
are requested to make immediate payment to
jane 23 JOHN RAMAGE,
42 College st.
Splendid Farm For Sale
THAT beautiful country Resit -ace, lying between the
Gallatin and Louisville Branch Turnpike, X miles
North of Nashville, on which Arthur C. White now re.
sides, is for sale. It contans 160 acres of fine land, about
half of which is in cultivation, the balance is very well
timbered with trees of tbe most useful and o namental
kind; the bmldings consiat'of a good awelling ana other
out houses, on a well conducted farm ; the soil is of good
quality, and it is very healthy, has most excellent Spring
of never failing water, cold enough without ice furnish
ing an abundant supply of water, is near the dwelling; it
is in a neighborhood of line sooiety, with Schools and
Dhnrrhfs convenient, in a word it is ihouzht to be as fine
a location as can be found any where in ths immediate
vicinity of Nashville. For tera s apply to A. C. White, on
the prem ses, or to W. L. WHITE, Agent,
jnneBJ lm. oa iuo oquaro.
BAROUCUE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A GOOD second hand liaronefe lor sale cneap, or will
be ?iven innart pirment for a (rood BaildinzLot.
juneSi lm. J. L. A B. W. BROWN,
44K Cherry street.
AT the request ofthe- Executive Uommittee, ine
Tennessee btate Agricultural Bureau" will meet at
the Capitol, at 10 o'clock, ou MONDAY, tb 14th day of
July, cosiness oi imporiauto wm w ouM.t, -full
attendance is desired. ....,
A. jimasun, rrea i.
E. G. EiiTMAS.Sec'y. fjune28.
KTItAVKD OR STOLEN
FROM the subscriber, on Tuesday 17lh, a large BAY
HORSE nbontltl handshierh. 9 or 10 Tears old. black
mane and tail, shod all round, one hoof somewhat cracked,
and a small sink between ribs, appearantly a sore. A.
liberal reward will be paid for hia recovery, or any in
formation so thatl can get him. JNO. J. McOANN.,
jt28 iw- No. 3 South summer street, nasnvuie.
tv Pill. AMI FATAL CONSEQUENCES
ENSUE from treating Bowel complaints at this seasrn of
the year with Brandy, Opium or Aslringer-ts. When
checked in this way tbe disease is not cured but the out
let is merely stopped up, and it is fortunate if it rc-:ppears,
for then dangerous diseases of the head are averted, and
the patient bas a chance for his life. How cfien do we
hear of Bowel Complaints being suddenly checked, and
death from disease of the brain, produced by the m.3di:!ne
taking place a few hours aftei?
THE GRjEFENBEKG DlSc.Nrr.Kl Biuur,
ihoa kun wnnrlprfullr successful in such complaints. Bv
a chemical action it produces a change ia the contents of
the Bowels, ana mas enaoies nature to perioim wr
WTHE BOARD OF HEALTH OF NEW YORK certify
that tbe Cholera disappeared from the Qiarantice as soon
as this medicine was used at tte Hofpitals.
DR. KNOWLTEN, OF BOSTON, calls it the greatest
aid to the medical profession and blessing to' the patient
DR. DE FORREST, OF NEW YORK, says it cures
every case of disorder of the bowels promptly, and that he
always uses it in tevcre cues.
CAPT. TAYLOR, OF THE ARMY, certifies that it
cures all cases of Dysentery contracted In Mexico, and that
it is generally used by officers wno contracted that com-
p,MORRM FRANKLIN, ACTING MAYOR OF NEW
YORK, recommends it to be kept in every family, to be
ready to check all disorders of the Bowels on the first ap-
By'cOUNT B0DI3C0 it was recommended to the
Medical Board or St Petersburg, and by them recommend,
ed to the Government Hospitals throughout Russia. It
has been used in several Earopean countries with great
succees. . . ... , , ,
In Nashville large quantities of H have been used la
times of Cholera.
Throughout tho whole State of Tennessee it is known as
the best und only certain remedy for Bloody Flux.
I have always offered lo refund the money if any esse
can be heard ot that has not affected a cure. I HAVE
NEVER HEARD OF SUCH A CASK. The same offer is
still continued. ALEX. MACKENZIE.
THE undersigned, agents for the sale or "Child's Grain
Clearer," offer tbe public the best and most reliable
Machina for removing smut, cheat, cockle and all other
impurities from wheat, that bas ever been perfected.
The use ot this Machine in a singls crop will more than
pay for it in the enhanced value ot the Grain.
A large Machine with capacity for cleaning from SO to
200 bushels per hour, is almost indispensable to Millers
who desire to make good Flour.
Planters and Millers are respectfully invited to call and
see the Machine, and if. oa trial, entire satisfaction is not
given, the money will be refunded.
janel7 lm bAt'w
R3. JANE CARRIGAN offers her professional sar-
vices to the citizens ot nasnvuie. sue has sea mucu
experience. Apply at no. 83, roni street.
WHOLES ALK DEALER IN NAILS
Iron, Heavy Hardware,
COLLEGE STREET, CORNER OF CHURCH,
aocct roa tji soctocu tao.t aaa xjjltactobt, paxccae. .
'pHB Southern Iron Works use metal from the Tennis-J-
see Furnaces exclusively and aro enabled to make a
superior article of Nails, Charcoal and Puddled Iron,
which I will keep a Urge stock of at all times, and will
furnuh the trada at tha Pittabnro nriam. with fratphc
added. 8. N. HULLINGSWORTIL
Corner College and Church sis.
NAILS I JTAII t
lAnn ?E6S ""orW sixss.jast received and
for sals to the trade t IMttaburg prices,
wiih freis'it added. a N HOLLINGSWORTH,
junelS North astorntr Church and College ats.
-J C(i''OS3 Puddled Iron from Tennessee metal,
LS J of all sizes and shapes, tir sale in lots and at
prices to auit purchasers. S N HOLLINGSWORTH,
jrtnelS. Corner ColIfgJ and Church streets
TO MECHANICS. -
I AM just receiving a huge lot of superior Boiler and
Sh-ctlronof the varicusNos which wilt be furnished
iu lots at greatly reduced prises.
S. N. H0LLING3W0RTH,
jicelS 3m. Corner Cnurch and College streets.
A S. SiA' O.
A. V ASIOTT.
S&AGO & ABBOTT,
X3FCIALLT TOU THE SJLlX OT . .
Occupy their Commodioss New Ballding, Corner of For-.
ytb cud Mitchell streets.. a
UBiEAL ADVA.10ES GIVEN ON O3S3I0SJ1ENT3.
Established la Business, 185'.
If. N SNYDER J H. W. TH1ZZIXL
NEW BOOT AND SHOE
Sny tier & Frizz c 11.
ARE now iet-eivingsnd opening at No, 57 College St,
(next door to U. a M'Nairy A CoM) a fins- and weU
seeded assortment of Boots and Shoes, manufactured ex
pressly for the retail trade. To which' they respectfully
invite the attention of Heir friends, and ail Trhawish to
purchase goods in their line. Their stock comprises
Lames' heel Gaiters, very superior;
dd do Boots, extra tine;
do do Slippers, entirely new; ' . ,
do Contlreas Gaiters;
do White Kid and Satin Clippers;
du do do do Gaiters;
do English Glove Kid Boots;
iient s super uan sew a uoots;
no l ega tsoots;
Hnpcr Patent Leather Opera Boots; :
Patent leather Shoes, ot every description;
Congress Gaifera. '
Call ehoea, great variety;
Oxford Ties: .
And every other description for Ladies' andGentlemen's
ALSO, a complete asjortmcntof Misses' Boys and Cbil
drens Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
A good stock of heavy Brogans; for Negroes, all of which
ar offered at low pnr fur (iash. fb23
S2nBR & FRIZZSLZs,
HAVE on band a fine assortment of
Misses' Lasting Gaiters, with heels:
" Fine Kid Boots,
" " " thick and thin sole;
" LasUng Caiters, (blue, black and tan
t, 4S9' ChiIdrtn'i thoes in abandsnce. Call at No. 20
Public Square. SNYDER A FR1ZZELL.
LADIES' FINE SHOES.
Snyder & Frizzell,
HAVE on band a very fine assortment of
Ladies' Lasting Gaiters, with snd without heels;
ladies Pine Kid Boots. " u '
Ladies' " Slippers,
Ladies' French Leather front Lacs
Ladies Lastinsr Congress Gaiters;
SNYDER A PRIZZELL.
A FULL stock cf Cotton Yarns from the Vale Mais,
Sparta, Svcamore. ML Vera. Laurel HilL Central
and Eagle Factories, in store and forealeby
maysu w. li. GORDON A CO.
Q UGAK-24U bhds Common and Prime Louisiana an
KJ ear, tn store and tor sale by
H. GORDON A CO.
COFF'EE Viw bsgj lair and Prime Bio Coffee, in
store and for sale by
mayso w. ii. UUUDOX A CO.
CRUSHED SUGAR 100 bbU New York -A"
Crushed Sugar, for sale by
mateu W.tt. UUKUUN A UO.
E ICE 10 tierces fresh Carolina Rice, for sale by
W. H. GORDON A CO.
WHISKY 50 bbls Robertson county Whisky.
100 - Dean's Aurora
SO " Old Bourbon -For
sale by W. H. GORDON A CO.
"VTAILS 1,000 kegs Shoenberger's Nails all sizes for
W. H. GORDO v A CO
XT It A P PI N' G PAPER-1.000 bundles single
I r crown, meaium ana couDie crown, lor sale Dy
W. H, GORDON ft CO.
QOrt BALES Gunny Bags, and 4 bushels;
OUU 100 " Oanaburg ' 2W "
Forsaleby majSO W. IL GORDON A CO.
1AA BALES 4-4 Alisonia Osaabargte
1UU 50 " 4-4 Franklin "
50 " " u
50 " JfJ Georgia
For sale by W. IL GORDON. A CO.
OC BALES. 4-4 Lauiel UlUSheetings;
ZiO 10 " 4-4 Glen Mills
25 " 4-1 Sparta -
Now instora and receiving daily, and for sale by
my80 W.U. GORDON A CO.
FLOUR From the Lebanon Hills, Qoodlettaville do ,
Manchester da, Star do and Spencer's do. In stars
and for sale to the trcde only, by
maj80 W. H. GORDON A CO.
O HIRE. A number one BOY, suitabte, for a
bouse servant. Enquire at this otSoe.
IS manfactnring a superior quality of BUGGIES, which
he guranties io.be No. 1 ia. every particular, and has
also made arrargemeats for repairing all kinds of fins
work iu the neatest possible manner may 26
ORN MEAL- Freh and good, on hand all the time
may 15 . Agent.
VXrUITE WINE VINEGAR. A superb article,
for Pickles and Table use. jnst received and for
J. M. HAWKINS. Aeent,
Odd Fellows' UalL
rplIAT LEBANON FLOUR Alwajs on hand
X the finest article manufacture" in tbe United States,
and for sale low for cash by J. M. HAWKINS,
mv!5 Agent, Odd Fellows' HslL
OLDEN SYRUP. I have just received a splen
VJT did article of Golden Syrup from SI. Louis, and for
tale low for cash at J. M. UAWKlNs,
msylS Agent. Odd Fellow' HaJ'T
THE partnership heretofore etistmg between FELTS A
HAS LAM is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved,
and Samuel Uoslam hereby assumes the payment of all
debts against said partnership concern, and is to finish all
contracts and collect and have all debts due the said firm
or Hastam A Felts. SAMUEL HAS LAM,
feblO iy r S W FELTS.
NASHVILLE STEAM STONE SAW WORKS.
SAMUEL HASLAM, having made important additions
to bis machinery, and greatly increased his facilities
far manufacturing Stone ot every description, is equal in
pjint of finish and durability Xi any made In the city, and
at as low prices, and giving bis personal attention to the
setting of the wJ-k. he feels confident that he ctn give
satisfaction to all who may favor him with their orders,
such as Setting Stone Front to Uontes, to Sill, to Fencing
to Steps, to String Cornice, to Large Landing, to Saw
Flagging, to Bush Hammered Flagging, to Curbing, to
Ccping, to Chimney Top, and all the branches cf Stone
Cutting, for cash. SAMUEL HASLAM.
I WISH tohiraaixjaegroes for the balance of tbe year.
mav28 ly SAMUFL HASLAM.
NASHVILLE FEMALE ACADEMY.
Tut next Academic year wtil cocn
rneece September 1st This Institu
tion has enjoyed forty years of uninter
In regard to health, it is Delivered to
have no equal in the United States. Chol
era, Chills and Fever, Typhoid and Scarlet
FeTer, and similar fatal diseases, have nev
er occurred here. But three deaths of
Bo rdera in forty years. ,
In regard to maternal icflaencf claims equality with
the best regulated private families, in all that relates to
personal habits, moral and mental cultuie.
Employs, almost exclusively. Southern Teachers. No
Southern parent, who gives this Institution a personal ex
amination will, we thinx. find a reasenjror going farther
North. C. D. ELLIOTT.
iuaeSI 2aw4w. .
aTsT?? IsfTE ?
T II AVE ooened my ICE HOUSE at theold stand in tbe
X Ncth end of the Marxst Bouse, where I will supply
my customers at uns u&rt t ptrpouna.
may2S-tf C. E. H.MARTIN
.nil u isb: 1
Fills that are Fills!
PROP. HAYES, State Chemist of JtasMchuseas, saystkey
are tba best of .all Pills, and annexed are thsntea w bo cer
tify that Djct. flares knows, viz
LBMUEU SHAW. Chief Just tea. Susrems Court of Mass.
EMORY VVASilBtJK.t, Governor or Mass. :a
"VV. o. PLtJNKKr, Ueut. Gov. of Mara. f
EDWARl EVEKKrr. Kx-Ssc ot Stale dt Senior of 17.3.
EODaitr C. VVIM rUROP, Ex-Speak. Hon. Ep.,-J.S. A.
AttBOrr LAtVRK.l'r,ifluls.P1anlpv-t,to"G4i Wtala.
tjuu.1 a. M iXfAi-KiCK, cataolla Bishop of BoRon.
Jicu tb.tt arc Mea
Among the diseases that this Pm has cored lj swtii si ih
ins; rapilltwe may mention t , ;
Costiv.bos, bilious complaints, rheuraai,'sss,v Becjpy,
heartburn, headacae arising, from a foul, swuac aarise , la
alge.ilr.0, morbid inaction of u Dow els, ajj 'psaa.ariaiaz
therrfrvm. flatalatcy, loss or appetite, all utesnra snd-est-neous
dls-ass, wnteh require -a. eiscu.nt medKia7serofa
la, or king's eviL They auo by po rtr, ins; th blOwl , aal sea
alstlng the sysUra.eare tuasj oomplain.s which It. would
DsttPPused tfasycoald reach, suen u ilesraessC Wlal
Ollnaness, neuralgia, and nervous unUbllny, der.nu is.nl
of me liver Bjid kiojs,goat,aud0merkiiiared-iiaJi4BiA
arisiog from aloirut or the body, or ot.tractioi!ot its
fuoeuons. Tney arethebest Purxatlvo Mmfictae .eet dl
covered, and voa will bat need lo use Um oaclKtW
IL Prepared by
.. .1 . DR. J V. ATE1T."
Apni iiaogin, , LnttuXut.
t H. H. R.. t " r
" Tjaportajii JirrrelutioEJi,-
A GREAT PHYStCAt. LAW," "
Possessing the most taiportaat UAuence over th hesllk at
tha body, has rwenentirrly overlooked aad- -neglacud
by tne Medical Faculty.
wovnxarcx, rowxs: or ths a. a. . iinsui.uixwus
tb soar uaaltiiv rasa raoa rai.
. EO.TALUE THS ClKCU L.T10A BEQtfJAXX.THS
nn ptpp v -s:
P!1 ring lie elrcalatlou the true method f y,rT(ij
r 1. -.-iwguiaua ue onry ttMaaa
or porujlng-. lh. blood and restoring- u sick T firainii
quick efflccy or Hadway's Keady K.liet ana taivn'i
KeguUtors, in curing the patienl of coughs, enrsuoni,
rheumatism nnenmocia.stird throst. ir.it. m.t,.,n. ......
and ague, bUUons remittent and mtaraltuioi; scarlet,
typhus, cbagrei, and all contagious and. non-cohtsistloai
fevers. . ,
The positive virtues ot Railway's KenoTattng Ketetveat, In.
restoring the Consumptive to Uealta, and cunac
Broncnitis, Asthma, bad Headaches and DyspegcA.
HOW DISEASED ACTION" BECOMES ESTABUSHku
AND TUK BLOODtllfCRK. " -
A great error has longprevalled tn th. minds oTlsedfest
men, " That Impurity oi the blood la me cause of diseased
action.." This Is a ssrious mistake. It Is a disturbance of
the circulation, and the ejtaoltsbiuent of diseased, action,
that causes Impurity of tha blood.
The tt. K.- K. theory h Ids me Unth of the above maxims,
rorira person be In a .tale oi oerfeei h.alth.each xitorr
and vein mast carry lo and from tha heart ltsalliUed por
tion or blood, and when any set or robeii reins (bo Us
cause what It may) u carry Ueir proportion, ttwcarrealor
-mood becomes dammsdiop; li au.r woiasaeonMBtioa
takes plac., giving pain to a greawr or less esteaU Here,
then, is the Beginning of dueaud acUon, which, IT col ro
Ueved, will soon run Into liifhuajtauon, and the dvem
become established. Diseased acuojbelnc once otiatilaood
the blood Becomes impur., nd t e regularity of action on
the part of the liver, a.inr bowels, &c. Is Sunt (KM IMI
,ruptej,and the goueral system, bj sjnipathW-inf vjhXhe
local ompUtul, oecouies involved in Um dleffcrfff ji flfctt
this is the true stale of the cse, lei auy one call to uitndhis
symptoms on catching cold. The local dtfflcnlrv may b.
asora tnroat. whicols a congestion of the blood, amounting
sometimes to an Inflammation abuatthe throat, owing loa
previous deranged sute or the drcuUtlou; and be will re
member thai oil ooweis.betoma costrre, his liv.r aerannd.
or his skin dry and. revort.n, his hsad stoppud up, Balusand
aches In his boo.s, juluu, duwn tho baca, head sih.s, dis
cbarge ol water from me eyas and sun. wiui m.
"unpleasant and painlul symiaoms. Had ha usad Kku'a a
Uesuy heller wtan me cuugcsiion was salting In, as si, ap
plication to the ttroat, and swalluwad a dose ar lie Keen
lstors, be would have broken Up the cougB.tion, and r a
storeu the reguUrjlj oa me part of the Uv,aain,buwi,
olC, which had baeo brokaa la upoo by the aflacie at ma
sore taruaU neguUrliy being sgaia esUbllshed, tha lmpors,
blood is soon purlilau,aad tha tlrculatloa amn'MUSiiiad
and the health restored
Possess this great power or
And regulating all the organs of ma body Wa-naturali and
Kaaway's Kegnlators possess properties that alj dlhsr
Fills are deSelsnt In, ana aro th. only pills In use that can
ba liken for any length or time wlihout weakening tha sys
tem. Tney always leave me system la a healthy condition; the
liver, bowels, heart, pancreas, .Sidneys and akin. regular,
and ready to discharge thatr several function wllAaul ra
course to uunataial meanr. - -----
Every dose of ltadway's Regulators that are, taken, vUL
InfUse new life, freth strength, and sound health, lo Iho
weak andfeabia body.
Uves, sa.ts, or senn.- 5flator will answer ajw'.tcr
me bowola, fore a natural, passage, ao3 will Tear lha
whole system In a healthy state. 1
PaLSHV KHKUMATISil. j
How the B. R. K. Ramadies raised Mrs. Sarah A. Hough
from a crippled and helpless condition to sound health,
after the sailt of four or me most learned physicians la
New York had failed to relieve her, Drs. faxker.'Seesa,
Wardle, and Alaelalan.
HEAD HER LETTER.
Messrs. Kadway dc Co I tried yonr Keady KeUef, and:
had my Joints rubbed wim it, and 1 never felt pain after tha
first ten minutes 1 was rubbed with It up to the presaal time.
Sirs, I do no tknow what l compare it to but a charm i' Tor
it Is a my story to rc. 1 wasa cnpplefor two years; and had
not tne proper nse of my limbs for three years. I was worn. I
down to a skeleton. I then commenced me use of yosr
Keady Heller, Kesolvant, and Regulators. Tho pain left me ,
In tea minutes, and I began ts ga n strength very fast, and
could walk wim ease In a lew weeas. Leforei I. heard of I
your remedies I was tasen to Dr. barter, Dr. Kecse.Ur.
Wardle, Dr. Macielan, aud many oinei phi ilflsns a thts I
city, 1 cau not nuw remember. 1 was cumplelely palled to
pieces by them. My coasututlon was cuinpleiel brokers
up with medicines mat did me no good. leoald not pat a
foot to the grouud nor pica up a pin. 1 was lilted and car
ried up and down stairs like an infant , and now, thank
God! by ma asa of your ramadies, 1 ara as strong as ever. ,
1 had me common rhtnnialirm Innaitiautluty and chroalo
aad tha palsy. You cat. publish Uus, ti yuu tike. . .
SAHAM A. nyUGf?,
'S41SGIB St., between tbe 7m and 8th avenuesS. Y,
December Sim, 1825.
CKlffLHO Wtru lNt'lB
iUTlES. Deccmbsr3st,18SC; .
FHEn fttoil FaLM ANB
WALKEu WITH EASE.
JEFTHA GARDINER. ;
A severe fall tjnjary or me knee pan j Exerutlatlpg;pw)as
Timely arrival j Successful eSicaoy ofkadway'a Haady
Dresden, Weakly Co.,Tenn Doe,31, a
I,Jeptha Gardluier, ol Lseaouve plaea, do publish, that
for many years I have been sffliciod wim Kheuoiallsa.aad
oa ma evening st December Suth, tBii, while walking la
my yard, I fell with great violeucv on the ics, braUug tha
kueepaa very badly, trurmer callli,mul on me atrovo
day Mr. John J. Uaudlet,a travelling ageut utJU4nmf dc
Consulted at this ptace,and hetfiug ol my heavy fail and
ths terrible complaint that afflicted me, recorumeuded as,
to apply Kadway 's tteody Heit. t, Mhrch 1 did, and to a very
short lima the pain cased, tha swelling abtd ajd,l.sm
now able to waik without the use ol luj cane, lret front
pain. I have triad several other remedies, but Mund re
relief. Incasssoi extreme palu, Hadway's tUfadyjKelief la
far preferable wall otaer remedies, Ii any n-Oabu tha
truta of misetriineta.let them cailon tua.t uiy rtsiifenc.,
or wnlolo ma at Dresden, Te unhand 1 will give, mem (all
lnfdrmatlon. JKiTllA UAKlx.MKtr.
For ye. rs Mr. Gardinlsr had sairered,Uia lorwrioaits
or Rheumatism, lis was unable to walK w its oil l me aid a t
a suck. On lfl 29th of 11 cember he lm tried the K. K.
Relief. On me 31sl ba cold wslxwtthout aid Snd fttrim
pain. 'Let all who are crippled orbed rldded'lhlnK er this
FEVER AND AGUB.
Kadwav'a Beady Kellef and Kad way's- K-nIstor ara
positive curatives for Agae and Fare r. Let those offiictsd
taka from two to five s( Hadway's Regulators every night
and a teaspooufulor ttaady Relief tn water, on riling In tut
mornlcgtandtwicadunug the day these will soon me the
system lrom the poison ol ague.
HOW ma It. r. rv. nemeuiee sevturv cumuropuTVft to OeSIlh,
stops ma ravages of decay, heals ulcers in tho longs and
thrust, cures asthma, bronchitis, chronic cougr, -and'all
dlwasrs and comptaintaof tha laroav, tungs and chbat
Persons who have been troubled wlihchruuktsora throats,
tnbareles In tne lunirs, bronchitis, or aiandatar aSedkuia.
are lnCirmad that ma K. H. H. Earned! es wilt-cure- Ultra of
mesa terrible ol .esses on tna asyme principle. Let th Ueady
Kellef be applied externally on the cheat 'and aroaadla
throat. This will effect au Important and weaderluUy ben
eficial result. It win get up a powerful eoaater-lrrrtattor
orce, and withdraw Iniisr tha glands or me throat all con
gested blood lost may Interfere wt n the resptraury organs.
Psrsans troubled with asthma, bard and (Uacult bresihlag,
shsrp pains when taking a lo-g brtath, win hod an Immedi
ate relief artel an application of Hadway's Keady belief. Ia
cases where the lungs are diseased, wa give hadway's Re
solvent. The action of mis rueutclue resolves away ma dis
eased d posit- It heals all ukers, and remove, tubercles.
We have known partens, who had noldea.ol evsr rising
from a sick bed, to ba restored to sound health wim not a
particle ol consumptive material lu their bodies to hasten
decay. Kadway's uegulalors, tn Jisse. cases, keep me sys
tem regular, and equalize tba circulation of the blood.
How the B.E. Resolvent enred the King's Evil, after a con
gress of crowned mooarchs failed to restore me supplicant
THE FIRST SIGN.
The presence of pimples, blotches, pustult,tetters, rub,
little aires, painful itchtugs, hot flushes, Ac, are sorv Indi
catloai or me presence of foreign and Impure humors la tho
system, and if allowed lo mingle wim tha blood and remain
In me system, corrupting the biood aod oiling the sawm ot
lhaboty with impurities, sores and ulcere will brvah out
and u.ver tne body with their repulsive presence.
Ths skin, unuer these poisonous influences, becomes sa
eruptive volcano, exnlbitiirg o tho eye the disgusting lavs
of disiaseln me form of salt, rheam, cancers, ulcers, fever
sores, putrid flash, king's evil, aad me most Irtgbiful erup
tion, of me skin.
Hadway's Heady Resolvent bas cared the most terrible ot
cxln diseases and humors. 11 will never fall to tba worst
LARGE HOLES IN THE NECK.
An Emigrant called upon us a few months since, who had
been troubled wim ma disease called KlDg'afcviL, II had
two ary large holes tn his neck, and hi head, body aad
legs 'vers covered wim me most disgusting mnd tickenfng
sores. We Immediately placed Dim under Ihe Influence of
ma RssolvanU In six weeks from me time be called upoa
us v4ry sore was healed. Not even a sore was left upon his
body to remind him ol the King's EvlU
This man, like in ou sands ol other deluded persons, had
throrn himself prostrated before two Emperors, four Kings,
and one Uuoen.to b touched by ma fingers of Royalty, be
lieving mat the bands of their "most sacred msjoslles
would drive away the eviL" Tha Renovating Resolvent
aad more power in restoring this poor deluded victim, of a
crual disease to a sound condition of body, than .aTLlha
king) and mocarchs on the earth. . ,
BOILS CURED BYkT S. RESOLVENT.
Lima, Indiana, Dae. 13, IES5.
Messrs. Radway tSr Co.,Chemlstt, 5. Y. Send, ma two
dottnof K.K. AesolvenU I have been sorely afflicted wim
bolls. 1 have been tormented wfjt mesa disagreet'ol? ax.
creauenees for mora man two years. I tried all kicis of
medicines without effect. I commenced the Resolvent. One
bottle cured me entirely. 1 have since recommended It la
otbsrs. Yours truly, K.C WRIGHT.
SADWAX est. Co
lOt, Fulton street, New Yortery
Sold by Druggists, Merchants, and Burekeepers T