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NASHVILLE, TEMv MONDAY. JULY 2. 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3380.
Ml Ml' v. - B n v
DAILY TRUE WHIG.
ntiimro aud rrst.rawsD T -B.
R. McKEN'ME AND GEO. B. BROW?,,
nroaa th m or -B.
S. McKEHKIE CO.
OFFICE ON IsEAPEKICK 8TKEET.
" KATES OF ADVEBTIsnC.
NewimapeT proprietor, generally, and WT "'this
iltr nnderthewsagesand regulations heretofore preva-iDg
TrT'elSeS uptnTperform more labor without remuner
Son!un other el of community. The gratuitous
imbrication of charity and religious edvertiaemot..nd com
munitions, tribute, of respert. ob.tuar.es, Ac. Ae? which
can only be Inserted at a heary cost to the proprietor ira
no.es unon them a burden o onoroua, that they feel called
iuon in self-defence, to check the abuae, by making .uch
publication, a charge, to .ome extent at least, upon the par
tie more mmediately interested. In thi. they are but fol
lowing the example of the press in other cities, impelled by
tense of it. intrinsic propriety, and Imperative duty to
themselves The subscribers have, therefore, united togeth
er in a mutual agreement, uoon the lo lowing specified terms
or the publication of these as well as every sort of regular
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HZX SS .rtheir of the ..
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The unden-igned, publisher, of; da.l y a nd trl wee kly papers
In Nashv.lle. pledge ourwlve. .trl Uy to ere to theabove
biU of prices, ,nd in no instance to Jeviste froir them.
1). R. McKKNME A rO.,True Whig Office.
J L MARI.INO A CO., I'nion and American.
W. F. BANU A W., uanuer
a win llSO. S. 1., dealer In Lace and Fancy
A"d "ftcCnlon s'treet. No. 82, between CoMege
nd Cher y streets, Nashville, Tenn.
ir.ri7ii v W. T. A- CO., Wholesale and Retail
ire"ier.; Bookjsutioner,: Ac, West Id. PubUe
7"iEIFTO A AHIIOTT., dealers In 0",,emin';
C "arel Ud Furnishing Goods, Cedar streeW new-the
Post Oilic. 1
Wholesale dealers In Domestic Dry Ooods, Hats, Caps,
bonnets, Shoes. Biogans, Ac, north side Public Square.
PjIUIK A CO., Importers and Wholesale dealers In
K, Foreign and DomeVic, Faucy and SUple Goods, Bonnets,
Hats, Boou, Shoes, Ac, north s.de Pubhc Square. Jel8
I- A I. E A C V X yi iH Importers and Whole-
sale and Ril dealer, in Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College .U between iniun anu me
(1SrEKFIEEI, W. A T. II. A CO., ewrs
X Vn Pianos, OwUnel Furniture, etc. College .U BPP
received almost weekly 'ela .
TTE OEIISIIOTT, W.s W holesal. and Re
H tail dealer in Truga, Medicine., Paints, Oils, Dye-stufls,
etc, corner of Cedar st. aud the Square Jcla
H OLEICS l. ? Wholesale and Retail dealer in
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, etc., corner
ot College and Union street. elB
f OOHIS, . ole Agent for the i Hata'rd Powder
I J Coini.any for Tennessee, oluce corner Cedar it. and the
1VO', J. JI., House, Sign and Ornamental Painter,
j Banners, BaJges and Flags of every description neatly
eseruted. College St. between Colon St. and the Square
! i AllCEEE, II. C, Civil Kngineer, Surveyor and
il Drauglit-man. Also, Book Keeper and nr ,A5
eomiUnt. u:t on Spring st. one door west of Cherry St.
. roitJ!S & CO., Wholewile dealers in Foreign and
iM Domestic Dry Goods, etc., North side Public Square.
A'I4'E A CIICKCII, Wholesale and Retail
dr-lers in B.wts, Shoes, Hats and Trunks, College street,
next door to llillnian, Vanleer A Co. jelb
l-TTVsTiritT, It O Hi; It T, Wholesale and FeUU
O dealer In tireries, Liquois, Boat Stores, etc. Water sU,
rontuig Uner ,steumlit Landing. el8
U" Til il I Ml Af. V. Manufacturer and dealer
" 'ting. Writing. Wrapn, Paper.east side Public
Square. . Jc
MIl'.ltriAW, J. M., Wholesale and Retail ox-aier
V1.''". .. ..!.. .,.. nil. Dve-.tuffs.etc.sianof
the Lion and Mortar, Market sL. 4 doors from the bquare.
E. A. VINCENT,
AICCXIITECT A!'I CIVIE Etit-N'EEIl,
COOPER'S BriLVISO, CHEERY STREET.
DA. A. JOIIMSTO.
WATCHMAKER, JSWIXLER AND SILVERSMITH,
No.49caaaaT srksrr, (oooess's sciU)io,)
Hf lust revived a lot of new ana lasn-
lonable JtWKI.kV. which he will sell as
cheap as can be bought in asnvme. . Sj-e B
I will also manufacture Uliid
.. UTI IIV AMU BlLVCK WORK
ef every dew-ripU on to order, on the shortest oce. 9IL
VKR SPOONS, FORKS, KNIVES, PIJlTtD AND FANCY
r.nPIHE SAW WORKS.
W. L r. GAGE A CO.
Marcroom 37 Main Street,
!T. I. til is, .no.
MANCPACTCRERS of every derlptlon of evtra OiM
Sil J. Circular, lxt, Vf-l?, CrvM Cut, rd.
Itr.nd and i'unrl Sax; Sue J.fsvrWs, I f and l td
iTUmU. Trunk Spring, &, 'Ir SiUif, tprum.
tsyoid Saws repalrd and made as good as new, t small
The wnderstgned have male SJCh Imprevententa, and ar
rived at such perfection In the tmperiug end grinding de
partment of their Works, and takoeuck) pains to procure Ute
seat quality of cteel, that thry cau eaeerl, without fear o
contradiction, that their -Ux k of Saws on hand aud bow
being maaefactured, are and aid be. ssel oil I y rtjnsil
bill auperlor lo tatty luude tu or brougltl
to tll inarkrt.
KvefV Saw sold under ther guarantee will be made good
to the purchaser, tf nut found to be ao on irtal.
marl dstawty W. L t. UAGk A CO.
OTAItCII A Nil CaAKS-fiftbexee Pearl St
t75,HW Cigars, all brands, just received and Air s I)
aor . H. LOUMI A CO
ICE I ICF-II I am n receipt of I.OuO tutu of Peoria
Lake lee, which I oOer lor sale at two etil per pound to
Depot, upper eud of the Market Uowse.
prJO kw C. L E. MARTIN.
OR It ENT I hsve for rent splendid stand for
B!ackm'ih, oa th. Marfretaboro' Pise, le esilee rren
Nashville. Iaiprovemenu, gd shops, family rud.aoe,
nd all neeessary out houses, 16 or SO scree of cleared ad,
plenty of fir wood, Ac. Term. sasv. Aptdy to
E. A. BALLOWt, Ueel Agt,
anl B- No. IT DeaderVsk street.
ONI ECNDSFJ) rousand lbs. Bacon:
100 bols. Lard, for which 1 will par the highest
mark; price In cash or groceries. Also, Feathers, Wool,
Kesax. Tallow, GUseng;, and Kegs, Ac, I earhaoge to
ooerie. i CiiL'KCH AaDlaAoX.
ITew York City Business Directory.
From 8. M. PETTINGILL ft CO'8 ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, New York,
A nd No. 10 State street, Bosro.
P. A Co., are Agents fc: the most Influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United States and
, t'OTTENET & CO., Importers of French and
other European Goods, No. 48 Broad street.
PATE2JT ELASTIC EEIRT3.
BATES & Fit AX E, N. 1 Karelar St.,
N . V. Caution. None sre genuine txcept they hav
the stamp of the Patent. All manufacturer! and sellers In
fringing, will be prosecuted according to law.
TJOOtIS TO LET.-Four or Bv Rooms to
XV let, over the Bookstore or
deci'j W. T. BERRY ft CO
(it. LOUS poTATOESr-60bikrreljuftreceiv
b ed and for sale by x . OWE EY.
marlo No. o College strecL
JOBS B WEST has now in store, and honrly expected,
nearly all kinds of Machinery Findings, usually snqmred
for here, via: - . -
Machine Cards, Sheets and Filletting and Tacks;
Lace Leather, Emery:
Sheep and Calf Top Roller do;
6-4 Top Roller Cloth:
Harness Twine and Harness Eyes;
Wee! and Reed Slaies, all numbers;
Shuttles, with and without rollers;
King Travellors, all numbers;
25 and 80 inch Comb i'iate and Card Cleaners.
I S UIH EM 200 bxs. Tin P'ato, 10 by 14;
O 100 " 14 by 20;
67 bundle, sss'd Wire; 80 pigs Bancs Tin;
1 cask rheet Zine; f.OOO feet I-eau Pipe.
75 plates roller; 6,'HK) " Gas Pipe,
li. in. CaciinCT. Siock Kettles, Inn Axles. Springs.
boxes for Iron Axles, all eises. Copper in Bars, Sheet Iron,
Sheet Lead, Ac, on Land aud for sale by
1). D. DICKEY,
an2 No. SCollege street, NwliviTle.
XV. JACKSON A SON,
. F THE LATE FIR' OF W. A N. JACKSON ft SONS,
CRATE and Fender Makers, 240 Front St., and 930
T Broadway, N. Y., have constantly on hand every varie
ty of Grates and Fenders; also, circular and Square German
ilvergrat.es. Wholesale de tiers supplied. lei 7 ly
SIMIIt li;S A ell selected stock of Card ClotMng,
Hand Cards, Shuttles, Pickers, Lace Leather; Pifker
Lesth-r, holier Leiither, Roller Cloth. Comb Plates, C.rd
t'lesners. Harness Twine, Iroery, Spindle Bandiog, King
1 ravelers. i c. Ou Laud and for sale by
D. D. DICKET,
fel,6 No. S College street, Naahville.
rpHE undersigned, late -f Georgia, having removed to the
L City of Nashville, offers his services to the citiieni of
Georgia, E. Tennessee and North Alabama for the purchase
of Dry Goods, tirocerics, Corn, Wheat, Kye, Bacon, Lard,
Fine Horses, Mules, Cuttle, and in short, e ry article of
trade offered in the Nashville market.
The Merchants of Nashville are men of high character
and pecuniary standing, and have large ai.d well s-leeted
siocks that they offer on liberal terms, which should induce
the merchants of Upper Georgia, East Tennessee and Norin
Alabama to give the Nashville market a lair trl'. As to
the Grocery Market, the propriety will sugeest itself to the
mind of every merchant in the sections of country named,
as ih most proper for their traite.
The long connection of the undersigned with the Railroads
of Georgia, as General Agent, Treasurer and Superintend
ent ol Transportation, as well a Ag-nt at t hattanooga sev
eral years for th Banking Interest of Sivannah, will enable
him more readily to inv stigate claims agaiutt Railroad
Companies, for lost goods or lor damage while in transitu,
for ih renewal or ciscount of no e. or bills in bk, Ao.
AH letter, inclosing orders and money will receive prompt
attention, and all orders without the money, when satisfac
tory evidence of solvency and promptness accompanies the
same, or the parties known to be such, shall leceive like
attention, when ordering articles that come under the rule
or custom of the market to sell on time. I will alo give
strict attention to receiving and forwarding all goods that
are not lo be stored, th .t may be directed to my care. The
charges for the purchase ol geods, Ac, will be five per cent
commissions, and twenty cents for each box or package for
receiving and fo warding. E. R. MILLS,
Post Office Building, No 8,
REFERENCES R. R. Cm.-:, Esq., Pre-'t Central Rail
road and Bank, Maj. A. Pouts, Pres't Bank State of Geor
gia, Savanna!-; I.-UA0 Soorr, Esq., Pres't Macon and West
ern Railroad, Macon; Hon. Jon P. Kmo, Pres't, and Geo.
Yosoa, Sup't Georgia Railroad, and . T. Combs, Esq., Au
gusta; M j. J. Courtis, Gen. S'ip't Western and Atlantic
Railroad, Atlanta; Gen. A. J. Hanhkll, Attorney at Law,
Marietta; GeoaoaS. I.lacx, Esq , Rows Oa.; Capt. Jswse
WiLUAMb and Col. J. A. Whitssidk, ChattaLooga, J. L.
Mss and Jo. Paonb, Esqs., Knoxville, Tenn.; William
Maillsb, Esq., Decatur, and Judgj Lavc, Huutaviile, Al.
mai-8 if ;
T MEREDITH having engaged Mr. GusUvnt Kndere
V Ijibby, of Lynchburg, Viivmla, an experienced To
bacco Manufacturer, will continue the manufactory of To
bacco under hit supervision, solely, St the old stand, Colhge
street, from Tennessee, Kentucky end Missouri Leaf, for
the wholesale trade only.
All Tobacco sold by him Is warranted to be as represented.
feo2t tf W. M.
It E HI O V A E .
Ttir eni'Tii nasiivii.i.K MANTKAO
TPl?rVfl rjiIPAKV have wmnvil thiri
VjS- Depfit to FcJQ'8 HIW BClLMMtia, No. 18 Col-
J 1 ..a U,. sittS Af RttrinaP whrs th will
he pleated to attend to the calls of their customers.
keep constantly on limi'i even variety oi
ft I U IV I T V K E .
Thankful for the liberal patronage huretofore received,
they solicit a continuance of the same, and hope to give gen
et al satis 'action. K. li. G ROOM ES, Pres't.
W L. Nasc. 8ecy. janlft tf
I" TONS A f0. fake this method of Informing their pu-
merous friends, c ustomers, and the puldio in general,
that they are Just in receipt of a larire and well assorted
stork ol very superior ( iajar, Teburro and El
qtinra, selected with great care by one of our firm, who
has Just returned from the Eastern and Southern markets,
and which they continue selling, wholesale and retail, at
their usual low prices. As our motto Is quick sales and small
profits, we h ive hitherto been enabled to satisfy all of eur
extenmve connexion, and intenii utill doing so. With many
thanks f r 'he very Literal patronage bestowed on them for
the last f iur years, they ho w, h strict attention to buii.
nesa and I ouorable dealings, to deserve a continuance of
the same. LYONS A CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Cigar and Liquor Dealers,
my3 1 Cedar street.
RICH SPRING GOODS.
W . A . A J . M c V E E E E A N D
"llTOfLD call the attention, of their friends, and buyers tn
T V general, to the
Eurgcet and Jfloet Elrrant Stock of
K P II 1 N U GOODS
Ever offered by them. This stock hs been selected with
unusual care, and al prices which will enable them to ofT-r
very great tuducemciite to buyers, particularly to Cam
No. 61 svad 83 College Street
EEE(sNT IRES f.OODS.
Eegsnt Plaid and Striped Pol De Sol;
- " G ce, very cheap;
Super Black Oro Pe Rhine, very cheap;
E'egant Flounctd Bareges;
Super Pis in Bareges, In oolon ad black, very chesp;
" Cl.al.ies, " " "
Elegant French Organdies;
Prin'ed Jaconeu, neat styies;
A large lot of Printed Muslins, very low priced;
Uughuis, Printed Linens, t hiol. PrlnU, Ac. t
Rich Satia Ciogaielle;
" " Ijkioe;
M Wool Damask;
" Colon -"
" Mai io Curtain.
with "11 the Trimmings
complete for pultiug up Caruins , mads to naUh,
Our stock of Ftsple Goo 'e Is very 1st. nd compile
!rt.h I inens, Iiainaek do.. Toweling da., Ycklnga, Linen and
Oottoa Sheetings, Plaid Dowiesttcs, (sju;aaee, l.lnens.
Drill., Twreas, A pecas. Bomhetines, rab le Kte, Cloth,
CsMimert, Vesting, ie.. Ac, all e'y cheap, at
tlot LEtXAND'S MlTRlirOLITAN rTORF-,
pr a NOS.&I ndM College 8 reet.
F0S EtXI OS LEASE.
I HATE Vt In "- sin N.'hville, 63 feet front andraa
nlng bark 160 frt, we! eeeio.e4 with a stone sVoca,
hch is well sutwd - Lumber Yard, that 1 will reut or
less for term i years Any woe wishing kt r that
purpose could not select a better tnrattoa la the city.
K. A. BALLOWK, (ienl Ageat,
"rH No. 17 Deader k street.
J O II N WAT T eV C O . ,
COTT05 r ACTCSS, c
Xo. 3 tsve-oudclat Mreet,
A TX FJ mads ewCeeai'ssneaie el Oottoa teUeabova
ii. tlouse by JUHN D, JAatUI A OO.
LMTJIA FA7IIEV FI.OCR
j U'U VU. LafarvtU K1UU tmmr, direct fress the Mills.
al si . . U. LUOMUI A uo.
I - S. If. EOO.TIIS CO.,
. .WHOLESALE GROCERS,
FOEWAEXIIfG AND C0HKISSICX MEECHANT5,
' ' ' AUD SOL AdKsTT gOB TBC ALI Of
Haiard'i Kentucky Eille and Blasting Powder,
BACON ft BRO.'s SAFETY FUSE, AND , .
Longworlh'i Sparkli'ff Catawba Wines,
; 42 Publie Square, NAEHVILLLE, TENN.
EIPLE POWDER, .
1,600 kegs Haiard'i KeutuSky Rifle; ; -.
2M) X kegs " ' ' '
1,000 kegs Blsjting; 150 bbls do;
For sals by 8. H. I.OOMI3 k CO.,
j sn5 .KgenU for Manufa'aaiur
FEOCR, FEOI'R We are constantly receiving
fromT. J. Pritcnett ft Co 's Mills, their best article of
Lafayette Fl"Ur," in barrels and bags. This bracd is now
considered the best Fan,ily Flour used. Every barrel and
bag is warranted good or the money returned.
J an2 S. U. L00MIS ft CO.
I70R SAEE Between eighteen
and nineteen sTlt
hundred acres of land lying in the countv of Tra- JL.
vis. Texas. 8 miles west of Austin. The above tract of land,
or a portion of It will be exchanged for Dry Goods or Gio
ceries. Also, lot in the county of Liberty, end town of
Smithfleld, on the same terms as the above, roriurtner in
formation apply to R. A. BALLOWK, Gen'l Ag't,
febi No. 17 Deaderick St.
fflUMAA BOWJ KaLSOS WAlJtK
E0DGE & WALKER,
Rarbcr, Hair nrcskcr", &c, dec.
No. 18 Cedar Street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
cistomers and the public in general, inducements never
before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our house,
we feel confident that all who irive us a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to Bs'bering, Hair dressing, Ac, we
have large, commodious srd neatly furnished Bath-Rooms.
These are the flneit in the cit, and as to convenience and
comfort, cannot be surpassed in the country. While pass
ng, gentlemen and p.trons, just step in and see with what
magic we "make the hair fly ," and what a salutary ettect our
pure water has upon a wearied and roil body.
HARM S AND CARDS.
RFCEIVED this dav. 4S setts Fastern msde Heddle Fyed
Harness on Shafting. ALo,d. pair Cotton Hand
Carder marl8 if JNO.B.WKST.
SC A It 414 hhds. fair to chok-e Louisiana Soger, land
ing from steamers America and Iroquois Por sale by
mare W. H. GORDON A CO.
OTA It C DEES 100 bxs. West A Co Star Can-
iJ dies Received ner Fore:t Rose and for sale by
mart W. II. GORDON ft
STARf II S boxes Fox'i Pearl Ftarrh. Received per
Forest Rose and for sale by W. II . GORDON ft CO.
E E 5 bb!s. Schultt XX PJe Ale. Received per For
est Roe and for sale t, W. H. GORDON ft Co.
Akkw and sinfrttlarlv successful remedy for tha
cure of all Bilious diseases Costivcness, Indi
gestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers,
Gout, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma
tions, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, Female Complaints, &c. Ac Indeed,
very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not more or less requuxd, and much sick
ness and suffering might be prevented, if a harm
less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
No person can feel well while a costive habit of
body prevails ; besides it soon generates serious and
often fatal diseases, which mignt have been avoided
by the timely and judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or
prod ice the deep seated and' formidable distempers
which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a
reliable family physio is of the first importance to
the public health, and this Pill has been perfected
with consummate skill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes
sors, and ratienU, has shown result surpassing
any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures
have been effected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the many eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favor of these Pills, we may mention :
Da. A. A. Hates, Analytical Chemist, of Boston,
and State Assaycr of Massachusetts, whose high
professional character is endorsed by the .
Hon. Edward Etfrett, Senator of the u. S.
Robert C. VVixthrop, Ex-Speaker of the House
Abbott Lawrsncp., Minister Plcn. to England.
John B. Fitzpaikick, Cath. Bishop of Boston.
Also, Dr. J. R. Chilton, Practical Chemist, of
New York City, endorsed by
Hon. W. L. Makct, Secretary of State.
Wm. B. Abtor, the richest man in America.
8. Leland & Co., Propr of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and others.
Did space permit, we could give manv hundred
certificates, from all parts where the Pills have
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the experience of eminent public men is found in
their etiecta upon trial.
These Pills, the result of long investigation and
study, are offered to the public as the best nd
most complete which the present state of medical
cience can afford. They are compounded not of
the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a state of purity, and combined together
In such a manner as to insure the best result. This
system of composition for medicines has been found
in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob
tained bv anv process. The reason is perfectly ob
vious. While by the old mode of composition, every
medicine is burdened with more or les of acri
monious and injurious natalities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present. All the inert and obnoxious qnnl
ities of each substance employed are left behind, the
curative virtue only being retained. Hence it is
elf-evide.it the eflect should prove as they have
proved more purelv remedial, and the Pill a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicine
hould be Uken under the counsel of an attending
Phvsiciun, and as he could not properly judge of a
remedy without knowing its composition, I have
npplied the accurate Formula by which both tnr
Pectoral nd Pill re made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United Seate and British Amer
ican Province. If, however, there hould be any
one who has not received them, they will be
promptly forwarded by mil to hi ddre.
Of 11 tho Patent Medicine tht are offered, how
few would be taken if their composition wu known !
Thrir life constat in their mystery. 1 have ne
The composition of my preparation is laid open
to all men, and all who are competent to judge on
the subject freely cknowledge their conviction of
their intrinsic merit. The Cherrv Fector! w
pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful
medicine before its effect were known. Many em
inent Physician have declared the same thing of
mv Pills, and een more confidently, and are will
ing to certify that their anticipation were more
than realized" by their effect upon trial.
Thev operate by their powerful influence on the
Internal viacera to pttrify the blood and timulte it
into healthy action remove the obstruction of
the stomach, bowel, liver, and other organ of the
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, uch derange
ments aa are th first origin of disease.
Being sugar wrapped the are pleasant to take,
and being purely vegetable, no Laitu can arise front
their use in any quantity.
For minute directions, see wrapper on the Bog.
JAMES C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical CliemUt,
Priew S3 Cents par Box. Tiv Zoxm fcr $L
it frit ft prynmi r, Whole, we,vms, Be.
tail by BROWN A Gl BH, N.riile; an4 iM by all
dealers in snedMne la every sews la Teaacaeeo.
MABTEL PUCES AKD 0TEES HAULS W0BX,
AT IS ED I vK I rillCE.
rCB UrNPKRrO propose to sen Marble ItiaM
Place, MuettOMMs, a ad variety of outer work, ef Aae
ITALIAN KOrrTIAX AND AMERICAN VARMJC,
I reduced price. BovM tf
tUie papers sdwrtisinf tor sm, will pleoa eopj the for.
feW. H. H
BltAN Just reeetved. per steeaer fUltt West, Bevea
iT-taree sacks II ram t aaa tor sale by
Pfl a D, D. DICS.IT.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
from VISCHER A SCHELL'8 Genl Advertising House,
ArrLSTOJf'8 BciLoiaa, 846 and 843 Broadway.
Late No. 60 Nassau-Street.
- SCHIEFFELUr, BROTHERS ft CO.,
WPOBTiaS ABB DliLIRS I
Drugs, Paint, Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, &c, &c.
1TO William Streets New York,
INTITK the attention of the trade to their Urge and va
ried stock of Drugs. Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Ac, Ac.
In addition to their regular importations of Staple Drags,
they are also receiving, direct from the sources of produc
tion and manufacture, supplies of Tooth, llair and Nail
Brashes, Brnnses, Corks, Mortars, Sponges, French and
English Perfumery ,L bin's Extracts, and many other articles
usually embraced in Drogsists' stocks, which they are alto
enabled to offer on the most advantageous terms.
Orders, either in person or by mail, will receive prompt
attention. je23 ly
W HOLES ALS AMD ABTA1L.
TIIOIVAS FA YE Sc CO.,
256 ana 257 Broadway, New York,
Directly opposite the City Hall and Park,
HATE constantly on hand a full stock of American
and t rench Paper Hangings, Borders, Fireboard
Print. Curtain Panera. Red Testers. Statues. I.inH...
Ac, of every style known to the trade.
Merc hunts laying In their stocks, can boy from first
nanus, as we manufacture largely and import direct from
French Jflanulitt-tnrers, for whom we are sole
agents in the United States.
Our retail department cumm-ises the richest styles of Dec
orations. Special Importations made, when desired, from
car splendid collection of samples. ArtUtic Paper Hangers
sent to any part of the United States.
mar24 8 in
NEW YORK BAG MANUFACTORY. "
TTAM. Flour, Feed, Grain, Meal, Homfny, Shot, Buck
LX wheal; Salt, Guano, and all other kinds of bags made
and printed to order by machinery with despatch. Address
sbove, 17 Piatt St., New York.
THE BEST IIAIU DYE.
DR. 0. M BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high
est premium at the Worlb's Fair and America; 1sti
tct. where it was examined by the Distinocisbid Chemists
Cr'aT.HJLI0" and Prof-j0HI Tohrkt, anu pronounced the
BtST. ror sale by the principal Druggists in this city
nun .nie-i p"n"P' Office and Store, No. 498 and 600
BROADWAY, New York. mar21 lv
FROM NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS.
TllltOtjCiii IK (out DAYS.
TTIA Chattanooga, Atl.-nta, and West Point to Montgome
ry ry by Railroad. Ticket to thi. poin- to be had at the
General fctage Office, opposite the Post Office, and at the De
pot. Price 16 50.
From Montgomery to Mobile by double daily line (morn
ing and evening) ol stages and steamboats, connecting the
steamers from thence to New Orleans.
... H.I. ANDERSON,
marl 4 tf General gun't N. A C. Railroad.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA EAILE0AD.
COEE.TIRIA, YVA Y N ESItOKO. JACKSON,
EAC'ltANttE AND JTIErrll'IIIS.
SPLENDID F"ur Horse Coaches from Fianklin to La
grange, connecting at those points with the Railroad to
Tuecitmbia. F lorence mid ?l nttronicry,
Ala., und Aberdeen, ( olumbui
and Canton, ?Iia.
The fine Fonr Horse Coach Lines to thrse points, are all In
excellent order, making a close connection with the Railroad
at Franklin, Tenn.
Express Train leaves the Depot at
I'ulaski and Elkton,
And to all placei throughout the Southern country.
We have splendid lines running, connecting with the Rail
road at Frauklin.
I'ulaakl and Elkton,
Will leave Nashville on the 2 o'clock, P. M., Train. Monday.
Wednesday and Friday. "
Leaves Nashville daily at 2 o'clock, P. M., connecting at
Franklin with a Daily Four Horse Coach Line to C"luinbia.
For all informatiou, through Tickeis, Ac. apply at the Gen
eral Railroad, Stage and Oinuibus Office, No. -24 Cedar street
opposite the P..rt Office.
N. B. Omnibuses will call for passengers In any part of
th lJ- mar7 tf
LOIt SA EE I offer for sale in Owen's Plot of Buena
L Vista, one lot containing 8 acres, situated on the corner
of Cass and Web"ter streets
AIO A lot oo he con er of Clay and Marr streets, con
aining 3 acres, and one lot cn the corner of Marr and Clay
streets, opposite th; above, 200 f. et front on Marr street,
and 140 feet on Clay street. For further information apply
to C. A. BALLOWK, General Agent,
Jan28 I I No. 17 Deaderick st.
fPIIIS old establirhed paper has s large and an incressep
A circulation in lower Fast Tennessee, Georgia and
North Alabama, and is offered to the Business Men of Nash
ville as one of the best ADVERTISING MEDIUMS. Terms
moderate. feW2-tf F. A. PARUAU.
M. W. ALEXANDER F. A. PARHAM.
lNTEEEItsEMCE OFFICE AND
fOR the collection of doubtful or other claims; buying,
eMntf nm ri.,:. I.n.l. I..... : .:
w. .vnwi.g wnu.. P'M, tlUVUIIUf IVUaUUIlB, SC.
Prompt attention and uudoubted references when required.
fi'K '' ( tll'VivriL'n s. mnniii
vw.i-.s ft IXA Ifr.'K eX rATini ,
OCPER plain black Oro Rhine, aU wiJtha
Plaid and Striped bTk Oro De France;
do Plain Ren. i-ilks. in ell enla
de Oo do do in light colors, tor evening;
Plaid and Striped Silks, in great variety;
P-U.! Printed and Plsld Moos de Laines;
" Tartan plaids. In all colors;
PU'n Merinos sn.l Csshaieres, in all colors;
8-4 and o- 4 p sin De La'nrs, in all colors;
Bombasine., Alpaccas, tha'lies, French Chlnts;
Ginghams, i'rinu, Ac so
aepW R. C. McNAIRT A
UJ E have now In store by lte arrivals
(HI lihds. N. O. fugr, new crop;
lis) libls. Mol.ve, do;
liiO do Dean's Kxtra Whisker,
1T5 boxes halves and quarter Star Candles;
O0 do Palm Hoap;
MO do Tallow Candles;
8-'5 do Western Reserve Cheese;
Nl hbls. Clover Peed;
4S boxes Peter M. Boss's Tobacco, No. 1;
S9 do Preston's
74 do G. B.yd's do
19 do Rnas A Goodwin's do
117 do Various Brands;
f 000 Rtgall Cigars, all grades;
Which we will sell low fur Cash.
S II. LOOMIS A CO.
"HOOKS THAT A ICE ltOOHV
AND WORTH READING.
GREECE AND THR GOLDEN HORN.
Flood aso Fisxj.
l'acLhsa' Fisa Fsvcs.
Moasiso ST4sor tbb New World.
Firrr Yssas m aira HaHiaraaa.
NoSAMrCH SID STICK.
Lrvs or ths Qcriss or FsroLaan.
TBS PtLRRteS or WAISUaBi.
Hills, Lsisa isn Fonr Brsauis.
Tis VI our Mass.
PCSSTASC AD MiBOW.
Tn Nrasrr l a Has boon.
Tablb roa Camus,
(ui l ulls, hecjnd Series.
Maaoaisa ovt th Wat.
Tnasasaaa As soap.
BaTA d Lilt.
Tn H smut's Dnx.
Hossv Ms and other Comicalities.
Miss Lssus's ButAVma Book.
This, Tsat aid Tb Orasa.
For sale by CUARLnS W. SUITR
Pit. EDU'AItD DLEEKEU'S
Fur th Fever and Ag4 and ChajrtM Fentr.
flMIE Proprietor of this MedlHne wfTI sUte, without heat
A Utlon or tear ef eonlradtetioe), that the BrsapaM Mis.
Teas has cared more persons where it ha keen Introduced,
than aoy other Medicine in ase for the above disease. Thi
medicine ha neMher Arse nte er Quinine la Its aoapoeiUoa,
all ot the Ingredients are of a perfectly healthy character
sod highly stimulating ad Invigorating ia their tendency.-
Persons while using this toedwliM will not be aJTected by es
poeure te water er 4anp tsaopher ao asore taaa whea
In their asuel hcaka. Planter tm sect loos ef th eoeatry
where the Agae prevails, wul o well to adopt this medicine,
as the palieol Is not obliged to lay by while un ler treatment,
and Uwy ssay be aassuwd ef a sweedy sure. The prvprVtee
3ouM lotroduoe Ihousaads ef ervuttcaic Iroen ihoa ef the
highest respectability, but prefers saying to the Hick any on
aottleaad ?oe will hav the Infallible proof iayovself. fB
trsetioas srrrts ase aeeBsapaay each Wot Lie.
For sale at the PaiawwAt, Dacaossv every where ; wKoe
ealeerdereaioeteeadirsseeaHgAP A tLCrCKER, Bet
raoeajrroea, s Broadway, New York.
Attain r-W. F. sRAV, Nashvti;: J. WIIGITT A CO
Hew Orleans: S. S. SOLOMAJI A 00 VM,aaa.
JUST raeetveA a tare asoctaet f floe aVk CchwUa,ef
a4stseaadeoloTS. CU1TOM A A I Bo IT.
arTJ o. 13 Cedar street.
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organised, according to char
ter, is prepared to write Policies against L083 or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise
general.y. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by
Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Nerro Policies granted at Current rates.
Office, No. SO Coll.. ge street, East side, between Union at
and Public Square.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VANLEER. JAMEd WOODS,
JOHN KIRRMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
IIB..-HKX 11AKT, Jr., R. C. McNAIRT,
TU03. W. EVAN3, HUGH McCREA,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
Jamks Wales, Secretary. mya
rpi'JrSESSKE MAHINE A- FIRE
X I ii u r a lire Com mi n r( Hniln I
si CO jwtn rtK . i V . . ...
b uv,vvu, uiue uu uie norui siue oi me irfv
Public fqoare, mid way between the Nashville aWri
Inn and Planters' Bank. They will make Insurance on
Houses and Goods of every description, against fire: oo
Steamboats and cargo, against fire and the risk of the river;
on the cargo of Keelboats, Flatboats, and other river craft;
and on Sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms.
J. M. HILL, President.
Jos. Vaulx, Secretary.
Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods,
Alex. Allison, John M. Hill,
F. B. Eogg, Jacob McGavock,
R. II. Gardner, Matthew Watson,
G. M. Fogg, Jno. J. White,
January 83, 1S52 tf.
'I'Ui: METEAE PROTECTION
llii.nninio Company of Nash
ville, Office on Cedar street, adjoining the
Post Office, and opposite the Verandah, will In-
lure on the mutuai principle. Houses, Merchandise, Ac,
against loss or damage by fire. Steamboats' on any of the
Western Waters against the hazards of inland navigation
and the Cargoes of vessels cf every description against the
perils of the seas and rivers. Also, the lives of persons in
good health, for a single year, for a terra of years or during
life. Also, Bank Notes transmitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property insured in this
nstitution, are entitled to a full participation In all the profitt
vitliout any liability to loss beyond the amount of premiums
which they may pay.
M. S. PILCHKR, President.
JNO. B. J0UN30X, Vice ' lent.
C. J. F. Whartos, Secretary.
June 6.1S.MV tf.
B. W. & J. P. FORCE & CO.,
WHOLESALE HOOT AND SHOE HOLME,
No. 21 Eayne street,
Cltarleatoti, S. C.
UJK invite the attention of the Trade to our extensive
stock. aplr dly
I HAVE this day associated with m In the wholesale Gro
cery, Commisiion, Receiving and Forwarding business,
Mr. 8. N. Holingsworth, late of Clarksville, Tenn., under
the name and style of "Hart and Uolllngsworth."
oct4 HENRY HART, Ja.
HENRY HART, J 8. If. H0LLINGSW0RTH
HART & E0LLDG S WORTH,
WHOLES 1.1, It OCE ICS, COMMISSION,
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
No 0 Market street, NASHVILLE, TENN.
DREGS AND CHEMICALS.
THE undersigned has 1u-t receiv
ed a good supply of
FRrsCH, ISOI.IHR AKD AM RIOAS
DRUGS AND CHEMICAL,
Consisting in part of the follow
ing, to wit :
25 pounds English snd French Calomel;
1T do best b'ue Mi;
25 do " Bermuda Arrow Rrot;
20 lo " White Jamaica Ginger;
5X do White and Red t'asiile Soap;
2i do best Turkey Gum Upturn;
10 d) " Powd'd " "
17 do Chloroform, (some in I B) bottles;)
iu ao r-urgton s l.lnt:
Gum Amine, (lump and powdered;)
best Composition Magnesia:
too ao ciiewing uaiam;
5 do Syrup ludid- Iron;
15 do Powdered Ipecac;
10 do " Jalnp;
80 do Cinnamon Bark (powdered and unpowd'd;)
85 do Blistering Ointment;
5 do best Turkey Rhubarb Root;
So do Iodide Potash;
78 do Aqua Amonia; 72 pounds Spirit Nitre;
60 ounces Iotlide,(in 1-os. bottles,
4)1 do Suluble Citrate Iron;
25 do Iierin; SO ots Quinine;
15 do Sulphiite Morphine;
4S do pure Nitrate 8ilv r, (In crystals and sticks;)
50 do limixlc Act'l;
M large and small Wedgwood Mortars;
25 do dn do Funnels;
8 dos. Sheep Skins;
12 do Fresli Salad Oil, (In pint and quart bottles;)
60 yard' Adhesive Planter, (part In one yard cans,)
10 cans Blistering Tissue;
6 doien Spatul. (assorted uses;)
12 do Str ugthening Piasters;
12 do Barrv's Tricopherous;
0t) packag-s P per Pill Boxes:
CO do turned wood Pill Boxes;
6 doten Yeast Powders;
84 do Soda and Seidlits Pow.lers;
12 do Taylor's Crvstalised Wash Balls;
86 do (lasa and Sletalic Syringes;
6 do Cupping Ulasses, (assorted kinds;)
25 do Capsules,
12 do Briiish Lustre, (very fine;)
8 pounds Glycorlne;
85 do Washed Sulphuric El her;
10 do Citric Acid; 10 lbs. Chlorate Potash;
104 do best prepared Chalk,
50 do Medicinal Extracts, (assorted linds;)
Together with a large number of artMes In the same line,
too numerous to mention. Besides a lirmt and heal .elect
ed as.ortment of Phillip SchiefiVlin, Haines and Co.'s Select
rowaers- ever oroupni to mis city, and of which every prac
ticing mysician in ihe State ought to have a supply; al of
a hich will be sold at the lowest market price for cash, or to
puuciuaa men ouijr. A. STBETCH,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
corner of Union and College sis,
JnC3 Nashville, Tennea
Till N US i THINKS!!
I LcT ortNED, DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA, large
r sHoriinent oi ti.e best soie Leather Covered
Trunk a, 2. 29 and lOlnches.
B ack Iron Framed Trunks, Trsy Tops, sll sise.
" " pia,n J
A shland Valises and Burgy Trunks, No. 1.
All In want of Tiucks of the very best quality, t th
lowest prices, would do well to examine eur stock before pur
chasing. RAMAGK A CHCKCH,
oarlS 41 College street.
8PLENDID BTO.'K OF
NEW ST V LES CA It PETS
Opening this.day, by R. C. McNAIRT A CO.
FOH SA EE. I offer for sale te Building Lots, well
situated mr building sites, on Bell street, la Eogrfleld,
each fronting 00 feet and running hark ltd fert Terms
avppij u . . DAI.UJSI, ben. AsenL.
No. II Deaderick street.
Ar.mcn.Ti hae impeements-Co
Shellers.Sirsw Cutters, Cider Mills, Grain Wills, Churns,
Fanning H.IU, Grindstone Rollers, Grain Measures, horse
Powers, I lows. Pumps, Meat Cutters snd Grinders, Stone
Wa-i , . t. cn hatd and fur sale by
D. P. DICKET,
Col'ege street, Nashville.
FOU SALE OK EXr ilANCE-I hare a Fares,
containing 144 acres, about 11 mile froca Naabsilie.aod
one mile from the Na.bviHe and Chattanooga Railroad,
having about luu ace cleared the balance in Urn br
iber e Is on the land a beautiful building site ia a Leeust
Grove. I will sU on very reasonable terms, or eachang U
Ar property in NhU e or vicinity.
E. A. BALfWE, Oen. Agent,
wiart. ft a. tf DeaeWlek atreet.
TO WEAVERS AKD SFIN5ERS.
J0H! B. WEST has recently received the fcUowinf ar
clesia the spinning and weatieg an, vte:
Revolving Traiplea, Macldae Ca de, litrlppiog Cards, Car
Plyers, Card Cleaners, Comb Plate, aasoiW, iasery. Pick
era, two kinds. Steel and Cane Male, fhouiee, s d, Uc
Leather, IcUrr Cloth, Calf ad Sheep Roller Leather, Har
ae Twin and Eyes, Ring ereveUes. from . lleesp
W071TRT. GL0TXB. Ae.
TCy received a Urge stuck of White, Brew a 4 Fancy
. . . J l ..It i.U Th,..,! L. Km. an., flL.w
cuioreu w?e, ou, m .. .w.v.
CUFTOS A AKBUTf ,
apj We. 15 Cedar street.
CIBIII IS, MU Principe Cigars, referred u
espreestbJe dey by V k.KL A TUOMP803I.
ONI IT-IM doaea Sco rk and Macoboy Snuff, tabet
O lies and kegs, iur eei by
aprll W ESS EL A TUOMP60S.
IOU KENT Fae tb balance es this year, that largs
' aad eewMsMMlKMs Frasee bows, siiae Led a Via street,
aest door la Ckw. Apply la
&. A. BALi.OWr.Gen. Ageat,
tjwl So. 17 l4erKk street.
SEXI-WEEEXT NASHVILLE, SMirHLAKD AST)
rI 'HE neat light draught Packet,.
ALIUA, W. J. Uabmo, Master,
will hereafter run as a regular semi-i
weekly Parket between the above prts, leaving Nashville
every MONO A.Y and THURSDAY, at 10 o'rlock, A. M., and
Paducah on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at S o'clock, P. M-,
stopping at all the intermediate Landings.
For freight or passage, having good accommodations, ap
ply on hoard or to A. HAMILTON, Agent,
martfr tjelS r
REGUXAR NASHVILLE AND PADUCAH PACKET.
TEESDA f S AND SATEKOAYS.
riFlE livht draught passenger ar.di
rreight steamer ROCK ClTYhav-
Ing been recently purchased by Capt i
James Mills, will run as above, leaving Nashville as specified,
at 10 o'clock A. Mn and hopes by punctuality to meet a lib
eral share of patronage. For freight or passage apply on
hoard, or to H. H. H ARRISON, I . ,.
mar6-6m A.HAMILTON, fRenu-
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS
UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET LINE.
J. G. CLINK. JOHN SIMPSON. CITY o HUNTS ViLLK
For Slemphia, New Orleaua, SU Loulv,
TI2I- WEEKL r.
rHE splendid new passenger steamers CITY OF HCNTS
VII.LE, CiSLita, Master, leaves fvaahviile every Mon
day at 6 o'clock, p. m.
J. O.CLIN E.Jss. Da vm. Master, leaves Nashville every
Wednesday at S o'clock, p. ra.
JOHN SIMPSON, Jacc Davts, Master, leaves Nashville
every Friday at 6 o'clock, p. m
Connecting at Paducah with the dally Louisville and St.
Louis United States Mail Boats, and at Memphis with th
splendid New Orleans steamer. Bulletin, H. R. W. HU1, Geo.
Collier and Ingotcar.
The accommodations of 'Jill line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or South.
Fur freight or passage apply to
A. L. PAV1S, I
S'AILS 1,000 kegs Cut Nails, all sires. In store and
for sale by W. H. GORDON A CO.
OLASSES S4 bbls. choice Rekolled Molasses. Ia
stoe and for sale by W. U. GORDON A CO.
IGAKS-S cases La Napoleon Regalia Cigars;
y Scases La National Regalia Cigars;
6 do Wandering Jew do do;
ft d Las Tres Marias do do;
la store and for sale by W. H. GORDON A CO.
(1 LASS W All E 800 bxs. quart Flasks;
T 8H) do Pint do.
In store and for sale by W. H. GORDON A CO.
COTTON A It ! S 800 bags Cotto Yarn, all num
bersfrom the different Factories;
80 b:ile No 1 Cotton Batts.
In store and lorssle by W. H. GORDON A CO.
O sale by
-209 hhds. Louisiana Sugar. In store and for
W. H. GORDON A CO.
DUir.I FKEIT-100 sacks dried Peaches lor fami
100 sacks Dried Apples for family use.
On hand and for sale by I). DICKET,
octl c No. 8 College st.
JNO. S. & W. 0 . BE IEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 28 Cherry Street. apS
' AROMATIC OR STOMACH BITTERS.
THE undersirned, having been appointed &U Agent In
the South fur Mills' Celebrated Bitters, moat respectful
ly inform the public generally Ltu't they have just recvired a
Ihese bitters are not equaled by any others now in use,
which will be plainly perceptible on first trial. They ar
paiticularly adapted for Alur, Hotel and ft'aiully
For sale either by the ease of one doten each, or single
bottles. Call and examine at
LYONS A CO'R, 19 Cedar street,
marT Sole Agents for the Southern States
THE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN, containing Htrrs to
SroSTtillS.1, NoTKS 09 Sn-UOTIXO D TBB HiCITI) O Va
Gax his. s.id Wild Fowl or Aaraica, by k. J. Lewis,
M. D. For sale by CHARLES W. S.MlTit.
mar22 a s
JUPT received a tot of Shirt eolars of the nest cuality
and some of them entirely newatv'es.
CLIFTON A ArtBOTT.
p" No. 15 Cedar street.
(."LOCK! FOEKL! 200 barrelsof extra on hand'
V Those who want an extra irl icle can get itat any time,
and at lair rate,, by calliug it
oivi H-JL- TSTMAN,8.
CASH 3ttUSICAND PIANO BT02E 0E
1IOHACE W ATE KS,
No. 333 Broadway. York.
OPPOSITION TO THE COMBINATION!
KUSIC AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
T0TWITH3TANDISO the eomblnstlonof Music Dealers
i.v to keep up the prices of non-copyrtrht Musie, againet
the Interest of Native Composers, and their refusal to extend
to Mr. Waters the courtesies of the trade, he ie making -MiNSKsales
having abundant evidence that he has publie
countenance and support in his orrimo! to Great Monopo
ly, and in hia effurts lo aid Native Talent and adopt the Na
tional Currency, linstock of American and auropean Mu
sic is Immense, and the catalogue of hia own publications i
oneol the largest and best selected in the United States
He has also made a great reduction in the prices of Puaoa,
Mklookkns, and Musical Instruments of all kinds. Superior
toned O tave Pianos for 1178, , and I'JVft, interior
of as go-id quality, anil lnstrumeuta as strong and durable ss
thos which cost riai.os of every variety of style
and price, up to 1,IhK), comprising thoeo of len different
manufactories; an-oog them the celebrated Hoasr Wats'
Pusov, and the 8rst premium .4Colus Piaioa of T. Gilbert
A Co 's make (owners of the jJColiao Patent) eecrnd-hand
Pianos at great bargains. Prices from W to 1.V. Melo
deuns from five different manulactories, including the well
known S. D. A H. W. Smith's Melodcons. (tuned the equal
temperament) the best makiin the United States. Prices,
48, 60, 75, Ikxl.im. I 33, 1180. Smith's Double Bank
Melodeons iUU. t.ach Piano and Melodeon guarantied..
The best terms to the trade, schools, Ac. 124 per cent dis
count t Clergymen and Churches. All orders i romptly t
tended to. Music sent to all parts ol the country poet paid,
al the reduced rates. General and Select Catalogues and
Schedules of prices of Musical Instruments, forwarded te any
address free of charge. leb'26 8m
.lIcGUrDY A CAKHICIIAEEe
AND LANDSCAPE GARDENERS,
Three Mi. ri from the city, on th Hiltaboro' Turnpf ,
HAYi fcr sal Fruit Trees. Grape Tin, Ever-
TX. free as und Ornamental Trees, Shrub. Rose,
Gracnhoose plants, 0age Oranfee aw nedgve.
ri.r.i.n. I.i.l mi, ne ra. nwle! led. DoUaOeU 10 Order
at all season. ataesT lsos
H. SHEJ11XLD, at. D.,
IIO.tlOEOFA TIIIC PIICE1N.
Rev. J. A. Rncxa. Cleveland, Ohto,
Ke. O. B. Paaar, " "
Prof. C. D. Willi,
Prof. J. -H. Pclt. Cindnnatl, "
Prof. E. C. Witbsiull, " "
Dr. J. D. AasTBiio, Loubvill, Ky.
Rev. CaaSLas Tustsa, Nashville, Teen.
Mr. 1. B. Cs.1i.msad, "
Offlre Cherry street, ap stairs, Bv door South
of th Post Office. aarta- ly
NOTICE TO THE LADLES AND QEXILXXZX
O M AKKS woald utnU irwpeetfall; Jhhhimk to th La
te dies aadOeatirsaesiof Kashvir and Wimly, that be
has eper-'d lileacnlsg ani preeWBg estabUabment, where
be will 1'leach and Prves HaU and Boncei In the as 'est and
Bxat af'eved style, without tnjpruig th Braid, li will
psedre biicet B te g.ve general SaUaiac'ioa to all who atay ta
ver kini wub their patron. Mrs. Marks, a a preaeaaseev
al M.llioer aaO Drees Maker, can always b (ucumI la the es
tablishment, ,lh a general assortment ef Trimmings, Rib
bons and Ready atada Boemeu ef Ike UlmA iutn. bo
will be asteit happy to wail wa all aba sua patreauae
be', sad wOl try k'sry eaertieu te pies.
Ne. IT prtnf sire,
AM tf wewCeaaraaaaMaraet.
N. 8- BUachiug: and Pressicf aw lb trad, ee the as us
lie II 11 A It I aONe
rORWAEDISO ASD CGXJnSSlOX ACEXT
ITN1TED STATE MAIL PACKET
J OFFICE. Ka. II Fruat atrwes, '
atf. F. HAaiKA-UlX fcWl e
wara.li( .rders will wtih r.p4 .1
H. hV FreaytU MUa aVted rrptl. - B-sl
vaas-e auae wbe remreO. dec I -t
WHOLESALE GROCER, .
Commisiion and afarwardlnr lIercbanl
- 5o. land 2 Broad Ct,NA5HTTLLE,TEN..
STEWART A 0"v71JT, '
No. 57 Market street, a few doors below their o d,stsd, aal
next door to W. H. Gordon A Co.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iran Wares.
Keep constantly on hand all kinds or
Improved COOKING STOVES; also.
Stove of various kinds, such as Parlor, Hall,
Fluted, Bo, I and 10 plate Stoves. Also,
i proved Coal Stjves,of all kinds; enamel- '
and Plain Mantle Grates. Caeruiua or
t l aisna.
Job Work solicited arwl nrrnrait wlik u . . ...
- , - .r.,ur., rm
patch. Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Pewter and old Copper
- " .m .j.tt ,vi ..in, .1.
P. 8. We hope our old customer wffl remember a la
FEARS, DONEGAL ft CO.,
Commission A- I onward in- irierchanlo
Tho. Fearn, t m. P. At wood,
Ja. J. Donegan, A. M. Hopkins.
They keep an office at HuaUvtlle.
Sept 9, C-tt
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
A5D istrostTSaa or
FOREIGN WT3TES, LIQUORS, CIGARS & TOBACCO,
o. is Cedar Street, near the Pnst Office,
. w. j. aovta.
J. D0TLE ft CO.,
Soap and Candle .TlanuIacSnrers, and
Puckers of Pork and Hetf,
No. 2S South Front street, N AS; VILLE, TENN.
tiignest price raid in cash for Tllcw, Grease, and
PREMIUM BOOT ASP SHOE ISAXUrACTOBT.
JAMES W. HAMILTON EBEN FT1XER.
HAMILTON A I I LEEK,
TESTTESSEE E0CT AKD SHOE MAHU7ACT0RT,
Corner of Market and Spring- Sis.,
NASH VILLI", TENN.
XV' E would inform our friends and the pubhc that we
are still st our old stand cn Market street, where wo
hare on hand and are manufacturing a much better assort,
roenlof work than we have ever betore offered to thepubUe.
consisting in part of the fallowing k nds:
Men's superfiue French Ca.f Boots and Gaiters;
M.mi's and Boys' fine Calf Phors, Oxford and McnroeTies;
.'I ya' and Youths' Calf and Kip Buot, water-proof;
n.l Buys' Kip snd Thick Boots, double and single sol;
Boys' nd Youth- Rip Shoes, " "
I tou bin Sole Nesrro l1ro;an.
House servants' Shoes, heavy anil light;
Youths' and children's o arse and One Slice.
Ladies' snd Misses Calf Boots, sewed snd revrrd'
" " K!d - '
" " " Fro- ch Mo. " ' -"
" " Tampko" '
. 4 . " " " Erenoh Morocco Boots, sewed
nd pegged. '
We re making our ewn work from select stock, and ia
good styles, and warrant every part of the workmanship.
Prices tow end CMroa.
ksirTv oot'e md" ' order' ,'.r'"Palrilig proa-ptly ana
fir" Cash paid for Hides or taken in exchange.
)anI3 ly HAMILTON A FULLER.
SUPERIOR PIANO FORTES.
JNO. n. WEST,
HAS daw In I Lore large utply of PIANO
FORTES, of very superior tone, tnwCzZTi
nd finish, of 6, t, i, .nd 1 ocUvei, man, ffTY! I
abctured by ss w , ,i
Hillxt, Divra . Co., Boston,
T. GtuikT A Co., Boston,
Ncrns Clss, New York,
hich, for durability, perfection and volume ef tone are
lot que.ed by any other makers known in this markeL and
vhich he will dispose of at manufacturer's priees, with th
Addition of carnage. Those wiahing to purchase would de
well te apply eooti, as he Is quite crowded, end aaxiou to
sel , to make room for other very toon ix pec ted.
POK SALE OK KENT-lhavea desira-
m. oie nouse on Lower Market street for sale oe
rent, the house containing four rooms in the main
building, with cellar, dining-room, kitchen, and aM nee.....
ly out buildings. Any oue wishing a coaifortablo resldaae
and jne convealent to the business part of the city, should
make Immediate application l
. . R. BAM.0WK, Genl Agt.,
Jan3 tf jia, n DeaHerkk street.
GRIST 'D'S C0TT05 GTSS
rXiHE auhscriber be g agent nr the sal of the above giaa.
mym uu uiuu, ot lurnisn ri tra st sboe
These gins have the rharaete of n.v: .i
nlng fiister, running lighter, cleaning the seed better La ins-
Mil WIAA a. , . . .. . . . . V . . . .
, . ... muww
and seeura ...in. t e o..n , .t ... .
uaru, anu naving ooxee more durabas
, j v.mc, giua nvw IB nm, ml
are onerea an term. mnr. . . ...t. ........ .A .
- - - .u,.nr"w .ii. purouiuiii.
.uiimwiij reiercnces can ne given lo estaallsa
this reputation, which they are also wis nrrto to maintain
on trial. If used according to the dlretUuiis.ni with each.
f H.T. TEA" MAN.
MAirUTACTUREES AJTD MILLERS.
W1 reneral Arenu hr the sale of an Cotton and
I v Woolen fabrics manufactured in th Stat of Tennes
see, snd hve appropriated a Isrgs and commodious rooss
solely for their sale and store ge. We bava also appropria
ted another room for the sale and storage of FLOU& alone.
And we would respectfully call the attention of both Maua.
lecturers add Miliers to thi rrngemen.
W. M. GORDON A CO.
RANAWAT from Nashville the negro woeoan KfNERTA;
of adsrkeoppei color; very Seahy La habit; bavin
quite a prominent eye; walks awkwardly; some 0 fee! X er 2
inches in height, f he ha been employed In Nasbvlll a
seamstress several years, and may be lurking about lawn
preparatory to making ber escape to a free Bute, having re
cently been detected in an at tern pi to get otf. If takes eel
of the frute. 1 will give two hundred dollars for her ppre
brnston, and one hundred dollars If Uken ia th etateaad
lodged in the Naahville JaiL
JanS-tf THOS. M. PETWAT.
fJTHAW I'l'TTEM tOK 1TVE DOL
O LA liik A substantial artioi. Just received and tue
aale by rj. D. DICKEY,
'bit ?Ia. 6 Coll.e street. Nashvffle.
CATLING II I t O It
OF TUB INDIAN TRIBES OF NOETU AMERICA.
UT ITH Biogrsphiciil Sketches and anecdotes ef the Pr
cipal Chiela. Embellished with 1'JO Ptamarra, fro
th Indian Gallery at Washington, In S volume eomplet.
BeconUy reorlved and Mr sale low by JNO. B. V LtT.
AU0 Jaal to hand. 14 Maana' Cauaasvis Ocrrae
aas'd ol Koeew Jod, Ivory sod Pearl ornamented.
ieH J. . W.
LA ED-MO bbl srd wanted tmmetiletely, for which ta
btgheet market price la Cash will be paid,
saara-dlf J. DOYLE A CO.
No. W otb Feast V MthviKe. Taos
the EiisTanr anni ai.
State Fair and Exhlbiton
flcehinicy Institute of Tranesscc,
Will open at Odd I'ellovrs Hall,
IN THE CITY Ol' NASHVILLE,
On t& rirvt ooiAj of October, 183.
ANUFf CTUEIRS. Mechanic. Artist, and all ethere
L A are Invited to oontnbat emctDen of their skill and
alwr. Competent Jadgee wUl be appointed to eiaavae a3
rtk-k eihilutrd, and award PLtMR Mi ta those a titled
su thesa en iter the rule.
All article seat foe exhibition wiS bo stored wltheeit e-
riee to the ewurr, and aboaid be sent lo the ear ef It as.
Gordoa A Co.,Conmiasioa Merchant, Market reet
Tb object ol Lb Fair ta to awvetop aad enearago the
MaBuaeturteg and Mechaafcral lnteresu ef the fUL. It
anagvaseat I In the bands ef a committee mt r! labia aad
and anerfetle sea, and u siursss is placed beyond a aoaU;
and an In vUaiioa ie most cat -Lally and eonfUieally exteadsj
Ij all who asay be diaposed a pertlepat in H advaatagea.
No Caaaua will be awd to sahMHtore. either kit kb arivi.
kg ef exbiMtlBg or for admiee n to ta Fair.
Tb opeoing of "4 rtate Agricultaral Fair and th asset
ing of the Legislator ataalLaaeoo w:th th opening of Ifeo
Mechaaisa' ExaioUloa, wlU add uaauai frw-reet kg ta rsea .
I lac. eatalnirf tail iMmtH eV tho ptaa e lb -bibiuoa,
aad alt other tnformaiMsi desired, wul sweekps
kn wanted by aadreiaiag etLbsr ef law edi.rwaa.
M. M. KVSOUAS, Preet.
M. X. Wiixra, Cr fy arrf
POOD PCS SA5 AND ZXAST.
CORN sacks Com. . acU O; 1 bw by
recoivwd and tee aakt ky D, D. DICKET, '
apt N . Cile;o ss.
jriA Si 1 ICTIKI U TOUACCO. '
R FALE AT THE FACT11KT
f bosee US, iea lamp;
- WW 9 -
bw J. lyoa's -. tam;
t M. nu(Ui na,
tJ - ft Uuuts-J. C Uiara;
All ef whuh will be said to sheet ttaio, bv
s,t,fO tf Mf. steRTDtl 1.
Leaf Tebace wanted, be wrkh Ci kgvs sserka ewVo
ba (ivsu, at .he lac'ory, JvLf.it W it.
J t v.