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- From the Ntwrpaper Advertising Agency of W. 8. SWYsl
If IK, No. 14 Second Street, 8T. LOUIS, Mo.
s a. irnvT.
3. X. HUNT.
Lat of Uubbeil A Busk
F. A. HUNT V CO.,
" PRODCCG, T
Commission and Forwarding '
, MERCHANTS, .' .
, - I . 19 Levee Street, St. Louis, Ko. -
B adhere etrictly to a Con) mission Business, ard wt
, solicit consignments of PRODUCE, MERCHANDISE.
Having ample facilities for doing business, which are aa-
en-passed by any hou-e in the Western country, partloulat
attention will be paid to filling order ( tr any description of
Merchandise; else, to RECEIVING AND FOR WARDING
GOODS. Liberal advances will bo mad when required.
?. A, He IT refer! to the numerous friend and patrons of
the lata firai of Uubbell A Hrot,ol which be wu a member.
Ttt SISSI SKTEftS TO,
Lwcas A Slmonda, fiL Louis, Doan, Kirg A Co., St. Louls,
Fare k Bacon, 44 I Hon. A. A. Lawrence, Boston.
. . , a. a. a a a- I wil Va br
Wools, Christy Cw. - CiaAin, Mcuen m ., ; v -
so -mi am law - . u" m v,v-
- WHOIaESALE CANDY ILANUFACTORY.
FA. WALTER. H. G. BOHN.
WALTER t BOHN,
Soe. 21 ft 33 Market Street, between Kaln ft 2d,
8T. LOUIS, MO.
CONSTANTLY en hand a large and fresh assortment of
all kind of FANCY CANDIES, wliich, for Cheapness,
Quality and Variety, can cot be surpassed by any other
tablUhment in th Wot. ma rbl dawly
ST. LOUIS STEAK PLANING- HULL,
Lumber Yard, and Saab, Door Blind,
moulding and Box Factory,
Corner of (Fallon and IZth Street,
Cfiee North Side of Olive, No. I1T, Between 4th and Cth
Streets, Saint Louis, Mo.
WE hare always on hand the following article, war
ranted of the best material and workmanship,
thoroughly seasoned by Steam, and as low as similar work
an bo furnished in iu wosi
Pina and Pop'ar Weather
Boarding, White and Yellow Pine
Door and Window Frames,
Shingles and Laths,
Boxes of ever deacriotion made to order,
aa.iT-4.Tl WILLIAM WAD! k
ESTABLISHED IN 1835.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
Suoeetuor to fra Todd A Son,)
No. 212 MAIN STUr.r.T,cor. ol Morgan,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.,
, .Imfortera and Manufacturers of
FRElfCH BTJEE MILL STOHES,
Dutch Anclior Uolttiifr Cloths
POET ABLE GRAIN HILLS,
PLANTER OF PARI?,
IKON PROOF STAFFS,
ETC , ETC.
Mtterlal is the 1arrt In th
Oar assortment of Mill
At prrsent we hare on hnd 250 pairs o
Orarrs promptly miea ana an articles war-
U. C. TODD A- CO.
SAWS! 8AWSIJ SAWSIIT
EXTRA fine Cast Steel Circular Sw of erery slue, ludn
dlnf saws for the portable ssw Mills, from 41 to M in
etusire, in diameter, topether with an;i, Moley, Mill,
Cross Out, Pitt, and all other kind. These celebrated Saws
hare been in extensive ose at the North Weft, the last
twenty-fire yaars, and are consldrred hy competent judges
tlie bent madf. Manufactured by tliera, and fur sale by their
airent, II. Bakewell, 818 Main street. St. Louis. Ateo, for
ale at Mess s. Clark, Reuirow k Co.'s, and KingsUtwl k
Ferfuson's, St. Louis.
7M. JESSOP ft SON'S CZLEEEATED ETEIL,
Of an kinds, in store or imported to order, on as good terms
mm d U obtained from anv other houae enfaaed in the
tBajtalbCinr of the article.
ii. BAKEWELL, Agent,
fihefflcJd Steel War-house,
Ko. 818 Main street,
fcb29 6m louiw, TIo.
lITn ART alsoln receipt of rery Urgo InTo!c of
f f Flannels, Vleacnea ana urown ::unu, ui j
eription, bought at astonishinpty low fgures, wtiich we Will
ell ery cheap, to make room for our Spring Block.
jan29 - C. McNAJRY k LO.
NX L-00 kegi Shoenborger Na!ls, lid 6 in! !
In store and lur saie by W. U. OORDON k CO
RATES OF FREIGUT
ew York and Charleaton, 1". C
TBI rates of freight by the New York and Charleston
Steam Ships hae beer reduced as follows :
All Goods hereufor. paying ten and tWeen cents per en
War foot, will bo taken at eight cents per cuUms loot uuUl fur
tbarnoUca. MiSBROON, Agent,
Clnrleston, 8. 0.
SrOrFORD, TILESTON k CO., Agents,
T-OIt IlF.T A large and commodious dwelling on
4 V.n atreit, (No. 4.) couuiuiug aia oi aren rooms.
itiirVirn serranU' roonM, smoke house and stable. Apply to
Mlchen.serYaaui roo aALuWK,Oen. Age-t,
jpyj a No. II Deaderick street
COTTON destined for Charleston will, on and after this
date tcha. 3. hale ol MO lbs. or less, and
9 cent er 1W Iba. lor .aeeas of orer toOl
epii-tf ' eVtN.A C. R.R.
Cabin Paait from rharlcaton lo New
York, Tweuir Pollar.l
I . MAII
KEW TOBE ASD CHARLESTON STEAK
NAFHTILLK, I M. Laaar,
IJbQt Tons, f Commander.
MARION, W. J. rcTiK,
1,800 Toaa, ) Commsnder.
JAMRS AUtJfcR. IB. C Tcaiira,
, j Commander.
. . . ( Thomis Lwan,
. f Commanaer.
, - s erery W E D-
-,h.n toaamsalrf U.S cars from the
These Steam fhlps ara ballt pre!y for the hue, and for
safely, comfort and speed, are anrivaitcd on the eoasU
TiiLiessniipliedwiaieTeiir luxury At ention and cour
teous rcmmsndirs, will eusu e travelers by this hue, erery
nos bie comfort and a'-commoduon.
l Kor freight or Ptasage, having elegant Etate Room
svocuu.modatins, apiy to
HENRY MISSROON, Charleston S. C.
Steeaage do 8
THE BEV. SR. B0ARDMA1TS KEW "WORK.
rpiIK GRFT QcFSTlON : Will ,o consider th sob
X Jeet of Personal Keligwin t I7u pp. lVmo.
w . t.AM I immII iiutT.i.K.rt lilt. ItnliiM. tt9
araaonablo and valuable blp.
htucts raoa mracB.
"It Isaa eery day oecu rrer.ro, to mmi with persons who
frl no interest' ia the suttject of rtUglon. snd who, on this
ground, aaeuao themselves from giving taelr attention lo it.
f have rn very mary instances wanted some suitable book
to p'sco In the hands of ptrsens of UOs descriptirn.
Vi1th'n aeertaia broad and compirhensive sphere, Bt-
. .. . i . . i r i .1 .. Hi. .ml t. r .
mt llaryworton's (ireat Coneern of Karvstion, snigbt toisti I
the pat-pus. E'll with a great naiobrr of individuals, aot
one ol these adnUiable works coukl be used with any hup
f iu being r-a.
"It is hoiwd that the rrrsent volrme will preva aecep
table edentig to some who are iilier nrglcrung Uicir own
duty or who havo friends to whom they would tike l pra
pos lh question ' U yoa onaider lUo subject f Pr
aunal Religion V "
jr j s 41 College sursot.
. JO. G. BROWN
LBTJGS, CBTaiCALS, rAISTS, OILS,
BCRG1CAL 1 N8T RCM FNT8, Ac,
43 Collet? Street. NA8UY1LLE, TEXN,
MY slock of Fairf-y Oeda, Perfusaery, Ae k nw very
compleM, having rtwrlvrd trash supiiea. seized by
eof7he fir B person, via! LttWu-a. Baam aad M-hel's
tractr American Tioct. and Cologne W. er;
Vosus- Usir tss Toth Bru.hea, U every atyle; IHU
fancy ',''Lwmit,ltlM,.: china. UtUl
k ll Uv. band l.li.. Wr. Wh.M Uj.f, 1
I4ree4 0 TiUau1e At,. ' "
. FALL k CTJNNTNGH AM have removed their,
stock of HARDWARE, CUTLERY and GUNS,
tjmnni rortn Bide Public bqnare, opposite
t -the lower end of the Market House, being the
old and well known stand of MORGAN, GARDNER k CO,
when they are now offering at Who I cattle, a well se
lected aasorUnonf ail articles ia their line of business. --
Merchants visiting Nashville, arc requested to call and
. examine tbelr stock and prices. jan trwawtm
FALL &. CUNNINGH AM,
n nolesaie dealers and impoiiers -
JOL J. DEL I 7T JJtTLIH.
CIVTI.EKY AND CfJNS,
Ko. 47 North Side Public Squares
fTATF, now :n store a full and complete assortment of
II HARDWARE tn all its varieties, together with an rjr-
escAixr Liaoa stock of CUTLERY and GUNS, to all of
which they Invite the attention of Dealers visiting this mar
ket. Their stock has been made up by direct purchases
from the Manufacturers, both in America and Europe, and
they feel confident that those who may give them a "ail will
find it ad vantareous to deal with them.
ty Cash and prompt time buyers will And th prices of
the roods suited lo the times,
fy Feathers received at the highest price,
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD,
American, Engliah ft German fm
HABDWAKE AND CUTLERY, .
WB8T a!DI rCSUC BQCARB,
BY D. IUIXCR. MEETING ST.
pl dly CHAIIF.ES TON, S. C.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE BRANDRETH HOUSE is now open on (be Furopeao
plan, and ready for the reception of the traveling pub
lic, to whoso comfort every attention Will be paid, by th
Messrs. O'GRADY, late of Judwo'i Hotel.
Brandreth House, No. 415 Broadway, opposite New Ha
ven Depot. Private entrance No. 41 Canal (treat, New
York. snyla 8m
Broad Street, Augukia, Ga.
THIS new and commodious house, splendidly fur-
nished, ii now ready for the reception of visitors, ij-jj,
J M. SiMrsoif, Proprietor. Blr. NiccEitsoB.Sup't. F'
ONCE MORE TO TEE RESCUE
rpnE nndera'gned beg leave to inform their friends and
X patrons that they have re opened their business at No
88 Market street, and have Jut received a large supply ol
Cigars, Liquors, n ines. Ac, which they oQer Tor Dale on very
liberal terms. Thanklul for the liberal patronage hereto
fore received, they hope by strict attention to business to
merit a continuance ol the same.
ap'7 tf L. D. GOLDBERG k CO.
TO HOTELS AND FAMILIES.
WE are selliDg Ice Cream al 2 50 per gallon;
e are selling 4 Bread Tickets for (1;
We are selling all kinds ol Crackers at 10c $ lb;
We ar selling Black and Green Teas, warranted, 25
per cent lower than any other bouse in the trade.
We are selling ev-ry article In our line at equally rednced
prices. my20 WESSEL k THOMPSON.
Sold Annually in Tcnncascet
JCST received, direct from New Vork,
8,640 FKbfcU BOXES.
THE VEGETABLE PILLS,
Prepared by the Graefciibcrjr Company,
Were compc anded after long study and observation of the
laws of nature, and a close reflation upon the properties of
different medicinal agents, so that taken together, they
should form a pill which would act In harmony with these
laws, and aid nature hersell to work a cure. We must ob
serve that when the body is diseased, the various organs
composing the vital system make effort to throw off the dis
order, and it is to aid these organs in their work that medt
cine is designed The remedies too often uied will not do
thi, but will, by main force, if we may ue the expression,
upset the whole vital orgsnnsti n, and, while carrying off
the diseased matter, will leave every part of the system un
rtrung, even if it do not bring on other derangements worse
than the first. The true operation of medicine it to girs
incrnnt'-d uetirity to the meant poeed by nature fitt-Vtt
removal of tit euunet odieeate. This can be done by gen
tle means, and we know from observation and exp. ;nce,
that the Grafaenberg VegeUble Pills combine the kinds and
quantities of vegetable remedies necessary to effect the do
The inventor of the pills was for many years afflicted with
a complication of diseases, the result of some bilious derange
ment. It seem-d utterly impossible that hi- health should
ever be restored, and the best exertions of the profession
were all In vain. A physician himself, he spent many a
weary hour in reflecting on medicine and its effects, and to
the torturing pains of a sick bed, may be traced the discov
sryof a pill which restored the discoverer to health, and
which is now in constant use by hundreds of thousands, who
en attest its efficacy.
Price, 25 cents per box, or five boxes for l.
Gnrrttmn : The Graefenberg Medicines are taking finely
as the people are becoming acquainted with them ; the Sar
saparilla has especially done wonders in cases of liver and
lung complaints of long standing one case in particular,
that of Judge Gardenhire, who has been confined tn bis
house for nearly two years with an internal diteaae, so bad
that he was afraid to walk out of sight for fear he would
drop down. Two bottles of the BarMparilla and three boxes
of the Vegetable Pills have made him quite well and stoat,
lie is cor attending to his business as actively as ha ever
was, and it would please you to hear him express himself in
favor of your medicines. They all jiv satisfaction In every
case. SAMUEL A MACKENZIE. P. M.
For salt by ALEX. MACKENZIE, Nashville, and by every
Druggist in the SU'.e. maris
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
NASHVILLE ft NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD.
PROPOSALS will be received, addressed to the suhscribers
at th' ir office in Dresden, Weakley county, Tenn., until
Monday, the 11th day of June, fo the grubbing and clear
ing, grading, masonry, crossties, Ac , of 50 miles of the west
rrn division of the above road, commencing 13)tf miles from
the city of Hickman, Ky., at the point if Junction with the
Mobile and Ohio Railroad in Obion county, to Huntingdon.
Proposal will alro be received, rddretsed to Nashville,
uulil Tuesday, the 10th day of July, for the grubbing and
Clearing grading and masonry, crossties, Ac, of 80 miles of
the eastern division of said road, commencing at Nashvlll.
T!e work is divided into section of about one mil each,
and proposals will embrace one or more s sctlons. The mid
dle division of eighty miles will be re'y for contract about
the first of September, cf which due notice Will be given.
This line of road passe through a fine, productive and
healthy country, well watered, and where supplies can be
procured readily along the line, and as cheap a at any
point in Ih Northwest. 1h work on the western division
k principal earth work, and the material is light and ex
ceedingly ea-y of excavation. The eastern division is heavy
work, embracing about 140,01)0 yards lock excavation, and
28,M) yards masonry. 1 hit whole line is of ia y aces by
goo l roads ; the country Is i oiling and healthy. Th asoaJ
monthly psyroenta will be mad In cash aa the work pro
gressea, and bids proposing to take a portion of payment
lu the capital stock ol tie company a ill b favorably con
ideied. Plans and Profiles of th work may be seen, and speeificv
Cor., blank form of proposals, and U oilier information ob
tained by applying o ir addressing the uboriberi at Dres
den or Nashville, 10dys previous to th letting.
tavlfi-td BECKER k KUbT, Gen'l Contractor.
tr" Hickman Argus Hickman, Ky Flag, JVosd,
TeDu., copy 1 month, and send bill to this omoa lot collec
tion. LADIES SHOES.
LADIES Italian CWh Gaiters, (plain to.,)
do beat Cur ace Kid Gai'ers;
do co do Writ Boots;
do do do Pump Boot
One Kid Pump Buskins;
do do do Paris Tiss;
White Kid Slippers,
Children' do Bool;
Jut received by HAM AGE k CHURCH.
wy28 4 J Co lit g street
CATLIN-S NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS.
HISTOR OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMIR
1CA, with Biographical Sketches rnd anecdote of lb
Pr-iuelpvl Chief, rmbellithed with Hundred and
Tuentf Portrait, tr.m th Jnida Cattery in the War
Department at Washington, In three volume, 18x18 lochea.
Original cost tl8i. 1 will sell this work unusually low for
eah. adrld JOHN B. WEST.
THE RIGHT MACHINE INVENTED AT LAST.
CAN be seen at Armstrong A Co S, on Market street, the
best STRAW and HAY CUTTEIt ever invented. Ihcy
ar pronounced t-y all who hv tried them, a ewslng a
very superior advantsg over anything of lire kind that B .
ever been produced. Call nd exaniine for yourselve ; we
warrant perfect lath-faction to the porcha-er in ail cae. .
ap4 tf ARHaluONli A CO . Agcnta.
Gil EAT ItEDlCTION
BATES OF FREIGHT
vr Vork and Sarannah. .
ryat Rates of Fre.gU by th N(v York s-H
A and Savannah btesoi.h..- ,... t . .-c-y
A and Savannah bieau..h:p havo tL-nS
reduced aa follows : VjJ, ST L,
All Oaed heretofore pying 10 and 13 cU "SSIi2t
tl'lrJwce,.Wai " Ul",l P" cubie toot until
lAUUIX L. MITCttlLL,
mytS-lm PADtLFORD, FAY A CO r.Tsnask.
yiSIIING- TACKLE-A large .Uck, selected by
rS!. 6rml "Mk'nf e Lrnulne l.insrr
irtt ' ? xo (fnoo.1 also, IWrim,
uraveuieea and coamoa Llmerkk Hooks; a splendid aa-WM-tfacat
) Linsav-eabi bid Sik aad eVa Uraaa, spun aad
pla.!! Bl!k; Minnow Se4e4K U b 4; float, of every va
riet. RerK Ju.uld Roda, Chrarlug Rings, rty lieoka, Ac,
- la atMrt, safpf 'r ISo b oaai arrtat
Bsv Ik41, wu alaaoa every Uing they aay (wed te th
mciU prvMCwuM of Uu aawfui ealimg.
JO. U. BROWN.
J 41 ColSog St.
IO ('OI'FF.L-tlTtkaa RW Ooffre. priraa artefle.
JaM rei4 aad fw stu by 8. U. LAKHie A CO.
RAILROADS & STAGES
CHANGE OF TIME !-
1855 BUSHIER ARRANGEMENT. 1855
UTILE MIAMI RAILROAD,
.' V . VIA COLUMBUS. r '
Four rally Eastern Trains, at 6 A- H., 9 A, K,
10:20 A. VL and C P. SL
The Qnickett, Shortest and Matt Direct Route.
. LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON.
Wheeling Passergers Dine at Zanesvill. j
Piltrburgb Passenger Dine at Crestline. -
Dunkirk and Buffalo Passengers Dine at Cleveland. '
THE LITTLE MIAMI, via Columbus, being the Ehort,
Qu'ck and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the East,
the time is so arranged that It ia made with ease. Connec
tions are certain. Passengei s are not sut jct tn delay, and
have full time for meals, which is a great comfort to ladies
and children. The LitUe Miami via Columbus, being a short
and quick route, does not require anonymous correspon
dents or false maps to recommend it to the traveling public
Each and every train by the Little Miami mute rut inlo
the depot of the Lake Shore Road at Cleveland.
TIME Tia LITTLE MIAMI ItOCTE.
From Cincinnati to
COtCMBUS In 8J" Hours;
CLEVELAND in - If Hours;
. DUNKIRK in U)i Hours;
BUFFALO in Id Hours;
ALBANY In 24 Hours;
MOW YORK in 81X Hourr, . ,
BOSTON in 85 Hours; .. - ( . . ,
CRWLIN K in 6 floors; '
PITTSBURG in 14 Hours,
PHILADELPHIA In t( Honrs,
' f WHEELlNGIn 10.J4 Hours. .
- BALTIMORE in 2S Honrs,
WASHINGTON in 29 Hours,
STEUBEN VILLE in 12 Hour.
Baggage checked fiom Cincinnati to Wheeling. Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Dunk'rd and Buffalo.
Paaseners by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road, break fut at Cincinnati and dine the following day in
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore or Washington City.
The Little Miami is the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DAILY TRAINS.
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pittsburg. 8teubenville and
Wheeling Lightning Express, leaves Cincinnati at 6 A. M,
for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
York and Boston; Creatine, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Philadel
nhlaand New York! Zanesville. Wheeling. Baltimore, Wash.
Focton Ciy, Philadelphia and New York, Ac,; Steubenville,
SandusWy and Detroit; Xenia, Yellow Springs an spring-
Deld. TnlS Train Slop" Between wuniii uu vuiuuiuus
at Loveland, Morrow, Xeni and London only. -Passengers
by this train for Lake steamers have five hoar
nd a ha f at Cleveland.
SECOND TRAIN Cleveland and Pittsburg Express, leaves
Clncinna'i at 9 A. M., for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Buffalo. New York and Boston; Crestline and Pittsburg-, cir-
cleville and Lancaster Blanchester, Chillicothe nd Hills-
boroueh. This Train stops at all points between Cincinnati
and Columbus, excrpt Lin wood and Branch U.U Also,
connecting at Cleveland direct with l.ake steamers UUkEN
OF THE WEST and CRESCENT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains lor New York, Boa ton.
Albany, Niagara Fl'.Is, Ac
THI8D TKAIN Wheeling Express, leaves Cincinnati at
lP:2t A. M., for Columbus, Zanesville. Wheeling, Baltimore,
Wahkgton City, Philadal hia and New York.
This Train stop at all points between Ctnnlnnatl and
FOURTH TRAIN Accommodation, leave Cincinnati at
4P M., for Xenia, Yellow Springs and Springfield; Ciicle
ville and Lancaster; Blanchester and Chilicothe. HilUnoro'.
Th Train (top at all point between Cincinnati and
FIFTH TRAIN-Cleveland, Pittsburg and Wheeling Night
Express, leaves Cincinnati al 4 P M., for Columbus, Cleve
and, Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boston; 'rent line,
P ttsburg, Philadelphia and New York. Z inesvil e, Whteiii g,
Baltimore, Washington City, Philadelphia and New York.
This Train stops at all points between Cincinnati and
Columbus, except Linwood ai d Branch Hill.
One Train on Suaday at 2.80 o'clock P. M, for Columbus.
Trains run by Columbus Time 7 Minutes timer than Cin
cinnati. TnROCGn TICKETS, .
And all information can be rbLiined at the new offices Ko.
2 Burnet II ue BuiMing, W. L. O'BRIEN, Ticket Agent;
No 177, front office, Gib son House Building, ALEXtVUEK
HAMILTON. Ticket Ag-nt: or at the old office, Kuthea-t
corner oi Broadway and Front street, opposite Spencer
House, cr at the Eastern (Litue Miami) Depot, East Front
Offlc hour from AX A. M., until OH P. M.
1'. W. STKAUER, UinlAg t.
THE OMNIBUS LINE
Calls for Passengers at all the prl' cipal Hotels, for each and
every train. Br leaving directions at either of the ab.ve
officeswill call for passengers ic all part of the city, with
out fail. J;26-tf
CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE!
jjj jt?ij jij
NEWEST KAILItOAD ABB ANGEMENT,
FROM LOUISVILLE, KY.,
BY THE JEFFERSON VILLE R. R.,
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI R. R.;
Or, Via Indianapolis,
ST TBS EELLEFONTAIXE e CLEVELAND R. 5,
To Sandusky, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara, Pitts
burg, Baltimore, Washington City, Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, &c.
BOTH Routes are expeditious, and through fares to any of
the above points the -ame.
First Class Pas?enfer Train slcav the Jeffersonville R. R.
Depot dailt (Sundays excepted,) to make sure connections
wlm the roads beyond.
ELEGANTLY FITTED FP OMNIBI SES
A re carrying passengers from the Hotels, or any part of
Loonrllle, to and from the Railroad Station.
Further particular can bo obtained by inquiring at the
office of the Hotels, or at the Jeffersonville R R. Offic,
near the GjU House, Louisville, where throueh ticket to all
the principal cities can b procured.
JOHN ZCXAUF, Pres't,
A. P. "SBORNS, Btip'L
J. W. Hall, ticket Agent In Louisville. Jan20 tf
Vk-burv Whig, Natclies Courier, New Orlears Picayune
and Delta, ragle A Enquirer In Memphis, please copy for
three months, and charge R. R. 0O:e.
I? ROM the 15th Instant, to thi 1st of June the rates of
1 Freight from Cha; Jetton and Savannah to Nashvill will
be a lollowa:
FIB ST CLASS.
Book and 8'atloaery, Boots, Shoes and Hals, Bottled Li
quors and Oils.
Camphine and Spirit Turpentine, la tasks and barrelr
China. Glass and Glass Ware, Cigar la case, Clock.
Confectlonery.cuUery ir boxes and caw, Dry Good In
boxes and bales.
Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, fur, Oarden Seeds.
Looking GlaMC and Looking Glasa PUtra, "at owner'
oyster in ran and jar, Saddlery, Tin Ware, Teas and
Spice,? luOfcs. 1100
Hardware, "except Cutlery," Heavy Catting and Ma
chinery. Foreign Liquor In barrel or pipe, Cords ge. Tobacco la
boxes. Carriage Sprints and Axles, Leather ia roll and box
es. Oils in barrel or casks. Crockery and Queensware, in
crate and casks. Rice, Zinc, Whiting, Platter of Paris, An.,
J 100 Sit. to to
Boxes, Turnitura, Piano Forte, Carriage, "boxed," and
ether light ankles, not enumerated. Also, Carboy of Acid
will be uken at actual weight, but charged oVebs, 1st class
rate ? 14 8s. It xO
All articles not enumerated, to be charged at rate of an
From 1st June U 1st of Seeesber, they wfJl be changed
1st Can at above, per 100 lbs f I 0
jd " 1 00
Special rate " " M 40
Merchant ahlpp'ng from th Kailern el tie will find this
th cheapest, a w)l as (he most expedition route Freight
trom Nw York and Pb'iad plua te Charleston and 6avaav
ab; ranres from to 12 eeat per euble loot, according te
olaa and eharaotar of vessels.
A the Rjilrcad Compaaieo at Chtrieatca and Savannah
have discontinued tlie Receivirg and Forwarding uf Mer
chandise, it will b nscessaij to consign to CommlaUoa Mr
Chants at tho point.
Shipper a. sy rely apoa a trict adherewee to th abor
rate. IL I. ANDERSON, Bup t
Janll tf M. I 0. L L
- No shlpraenU entitled to th above rate anles each and
every iackage has tl. name of the Depot of delivery, and
th initial N . A C. R. R. plainly marked upon it.
FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON ASD
ON and after thl date, the Article a enumerated below,
will be ent through to Charleston and Savannah at the
prices afflx. 4 te eeHi article:
Tehaooo,hhda, a? 100 tf JJe
Pork in bbi., V ltKf r II 00
Bagging and Rope, 100 ft- 1
" " U. 1. ANDERSON, Supt
jY7tf N. A C. Railroad.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
DEPARTCEB OF PA25ENGII TRAINS. '
EXPRESS Mall Tr ale Wave dail for ChaiUuosga atll
o'clock P. M.
AoroeacuKtatio) Train leave daily (Sunday excepted)
ar aiiclbyviuo at 8 o'clock P. M.
lUiouga XVkst) Savannah, Ga. .... ..- IS M
- - - WuiulngtoBtH. C - 18 8
M - Moatgomvy, Ala 14 M
Te ee had at a ticket 3u PaMraeT IVo.
li. 1. ANDERSON,
eoarl If . Supt Transportaiiea.
- - " ' 1 - - J!J
. WHEAT WANTED.
T?IFTT THOCHAND BUS Ot LB WHIAT WANTID, for
X Which IM klgbast Jrtc laCASU w be paid.
ftlYMOCK, FAKK1NU A CO., -
frJ Cumrr Msikstad Ckamh wutrla. 1
: CONRAD BARD & SON,
No. 118 ARCH STREET,
Pour door below Sixth, Philada
(ESTABLISHED THIRTY-ODD YEARS.)
SILVER TEA SETTS, PITCHERS, CUPS, FORK?. SPOONS,"
Ac , of the newest and most admired patterns. Also,
importer of Sheffield and Birmingham PLATED WARE,
CUTLERY, PLATED (on Albata Metal) FORKS, SPOONS,
sc., suiisuie ior oiramers, iiocet ana ramiiie. &eep con-
siantiy on nana a large stock or London, Liverpool ana uie
neva WATCHES, together with a Largs stock of
FINE GOLD JEWELRY.
All order Lyman promptly attended to, and Silver war.
ranted Sterling. feb!7 trwfim
SOLE AGENCY FOB
BOARDMAN & GRAY'S
Celebrated Dolce Campana Attachment
' J28B Caestnut St, Opposite U. & Mint,
BRANCH-117 MARKET STREET,
T3E POCKET JSSCULAPITJS;
OR EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.
TnE FIFTIETH Edition, with
One Hundred Engravings, chowing
Diseases and Malformations of the
Human System in every shape and
form. To which is added a Treat
ise on the Diseases of Females, be
ing of the highest importance to
marri i people, or those contem
plating marriage. By -
IXLIAM YOUNG, M. D
Let no father be e'hamed to pre
sent a copy of the iE-CULAPIUS
to his child. It may save him from
an early grare. Let no young
man or woman enter Into the se
cret obligations of married life
Without reading the POCKET SCULAPIUS. Let no one
Suffering a hacknied Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights,
nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensa
tions, and given up by their physician, be another moment
without consulting the GJSCCLAPirS. Have the married,
or those about to be married any Impediment, read this tru
ly useful book, a it has been the means of saving thous-jids
of unfoitunate creatures from the jaws of death.
3BT Any person sending TWENTY-FI VE CENTS enclos
ed in a lette", will receive one copy of this work by mail, or
five copies will be sent for I ne Dollar. Address, postpaid,
DR. WM. YOUNG,
oct8 ly . No. 152 Spruce rtrt, Philada.
NEW MANTLES AND SCARFS
M. II. CRCTCHER has received-
Beautiful Embroiderer White Mantles,
U t. glik 4.
Lace, Scarfs, Points, Ac.
Embroidered Muslin Basques, new article.
Applique Mantles. marSl
rpEETH. Dentists will please take no
X ttce that the undersigned b our only
g-nt in ti e city of Nashville, and those
wishing our genuine make of te th, will please
make their purchases direct f him.- He has just received
another supply of Teeth, which, with his former stock, makes
it large and complete. He has also on hand a few fine Den
tal cases of Instruments, all romp'e'e. Also, Files, Forceps.
Pluggers, Excavators, Burrs, Drills, Bench Vices, Corrun
drum Files, Wheels, Ac: For tale br
A. STRETCH, (formerly 8tretch k Orr)
Whole-ale and Retail Druggists,
feb8 Corner College and Union stnets, Nashville.
WANTED T PI'BCHA'E I wi.h to pur
chase five hundred or a thousand acres of hind be
low th- mouth ol the "Mo river, and on the Mississippi
river, suitable for a Wuod Yari. Apply to
R. A. BALLOWr, Gen. Agent,
my 21 a No. 17 Deaderick striet.
GEO. W. COWAN,
ATTOBNEV AT LAW,
General, Agent for the Purchase, Sale
and Bent of Beal Estate, and the
Collection of Claims,
No. 43 Cherry Street,
PROMPT attention will be given to all business entrusted
tn him, andpfcil attention to the collection of Eastern
Claims throughout Midile Tennessee.
RtrcRKKCES. A. C. k A. B. Beech, Fvans, Porter A Co.
I.. B. File A Co., Thos. T. Smiley, Ex-bov. Neil 8 Brown
Josiah Ferriss, Nashville. Tenn.; Gen. J. A. Buttle, Pavid
S'in eo., Tenn.; Ex-Gov. W K.Campbell, Lebanon. Tenn.;
Hon. John P. Carutherj, Memphis, Tenn.; W. D. Lavender,,
New York City. . oct3 tf
E. C. HcNAIRY & COT
ARE now receiving their stock of DRY GO0D8 for the
Fall trade, and are prepared to exhibit to all who may
favor them wi'.h a visit, a general stock, embracing almost
every article in their line of business. They deem it entire
ly unnecessary to make any extravagant promises as to how
cheap they will sell their goods, larther than lo say they
were bought in the Eajteks Cities, where other buy their
good, and on aa good term as the credit of their house
would allow, and they will sell them at as short profits at
they can afford, either for cash or to prompt dealers on
time. B. C. McNAlRY A CO.
SH. LO0M13 A CO., mi sole Agents for Nashville, will
. furnish the people of Tennessee with all the diflerent
kinds of WINE made by me, at my Cincinnati wholcsa'c'
prices. Also, the CaUwba Grape Cuttings for planting.
Call and see them. N. LoNGWORTH,
mar28 Cincinnati, Ohio.
FINE ROCK A WAY FOB SALE.
I HAVE for sale a fine ROCK AWAY, suitable for one or
two horses, with a PORTABLE PARTITION has been
used about six mouths. Also, an excellent FURNITURE
CAR. Cheap for cash. Apply to L.MOSES,
No. 19 College street,
my8 tf Opposite the Sewanee House.
Steam Boat Disasters on the
AND STEAM BOAT DIRECTORY.
rrMIE undersigned have now In course of preparation, a
X new Meuiu Diat llirectory, which will be
Issued in October nex. It will be one of the most interest
fng books ever puoluhed, and will be a book that will jt
Interesting to ail classes of people. The STEAM BOAT
DIRECTORY will contain a complete list and description of
all the Steam Boat now afloat in the Western uid South
ern Water. The length, model, speed, power, and tonnage
of each boat, where and by whom built, the name of the
boat, with the trade she is la. Also, the names of Captains
and officers, her age, 4c., 4c. The Directory will contain a
History of Steam Boats and Steam Boating on the Western
Water, cinre the Inveution of earn; also, a sketch of the
first bo it built for the Ohio river, with the name of the
buililer, oommamler and owner.
The River Directory will contain a list and description of
all the Steam llout Diwsislera that hav occurred
on the Westeru and Southern Waters, beautifully illustrated,
with a list of all those who hav perished by their burning,
sinking and exploding, on th Western and Southern Waters
since 1U The Directory will contain Macs of the Ohio,
Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, White, Red Oua
chita, jsto. and olher river, with Die Town and Title
laid down, with con eel distance, also, many oth.r River
and Commercial item of interest to the peopi at large.
Th book will contain th cards of the various U.S. Mail
ltoi, with th trade they are in, Ac, Ae. The D rectoiy
will also contain a compl list of all th fteam Boa; licens
ed Officers, their plucesof residence, Ac ; the new Steam
Boat Law, it requirements, and all the important U. 8.
Supreme Court Steam Boat Decisions up to date, the Rates
and important Commercial Privileges, Bills of Lading. Im-
fortant Decision, of the various U. 8. Courts in reg rd to
relghts Lost and Damaged, Ac, with many olher thing
Tbs Directory will be illustrated in the best styl? and
printed In the best manner. The author ha f r six yar
been g Uttering together alt the facta and Items in regara to
th numerous iteamboat disaster on the Western and
EoutUtrn Waters, and new Intends publishing them in book
form. 1 h price of th work will be put at the low sura of
One Dollar. Ten thousand erpie will be iwued for the
boatmen; and other desirous of subscribing will have to do
so at once, as non will be printed unless ordered In ad.
vane. By remitting on collar to J. T. LLOYD A CO , you
will reeeiv a erpy if the above work. The work will b
Issued In October. AgenUat New Orleans, Memphis, St.
Leui. Locisrl kr, Pituburg, Wheeling aad Cincinnati, will
wait upon the tie am boat eomminder.
All letters should be aoiirad to
JAi. T. LLOYD k CO.,
JeS tf Cincinnati. Ohio.
Rich Fancy Silks.
Bareges aud Tis'ue.
. Whir UwkU,
i - Preach Ckints.
. . . Barrge D Lalnee,
Gro D Rhln.
Paris Alma Do Bonki,
AH klode ef Dress Good la great vr'7
,Br8l WM. U. CRCTCHER
Of Direct Importation from Ireland.
JCST received, RiharVeo, Son A OwdeV. Linen, pet wp
to order, P tamlty use cheaper, by 13 per ceot, than
ever be fur offered ia this market. -ALSO,
, Table Damask, linen Sheetings.
" Clotts, Pillow Case Linens,
Damask Toweling. Damask Napkins,
Uuahbata ao - Russia Dupcr,
A. cheap as any this mwket. - CRCTCHER,
teei 31 a lie. 0? College street, Naihviile.
I OFFER for tale a House ard Lot on the eornr of BeU
and fprhsf 'treett. In MgeAeW. The lot fronta on
Poring rW seventy fet, and runs back on Bell street two
hundred feet to a twelve foot aHey. Tf hoe - two stories
high, with a porta shove nd below, and contains foar rooms
beside dlelrg mean, bathroom, servants roam, kitchen,
tobies aad earrfags house, with a food cetera sad eellsr.
Two Lou Immediately back of lbs above, fraotinff tfty
tret each an BeU street, aad raoniag back one hundred aad
ninety foas feet, all aacaweA. Aad eae lot ia W4 Naah
v tle, fcwtttiag any aawl aa LmsiI , aad reaoirff back
t-a besrdred aad seventy firs tset to a BfWaa el. -
The above property sti a koasU aa a-od Unas, aad the
Vacant lots are eeursbla buieliug lota.
Fut fu.-tW aarua-
soars aad Ursa, apply to
K, A- BALLOWR. fleal Agt,
II iaailUi tvrewL.
. EVANS, PORTER ft CO., j
No. 51 Market Street
WH0LESALI DEALERS IN "
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
WI have now in (tore oar entire Stork of
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS,
HATS, BOUTS, SHOES AND BONNETS.
The stock comprises greater variety and a larger amount
than we have ever before offered. The attention of dealers
is respectfully solicited, with the assurance that we can and
wil) sell aa low as they can be purchased elsewhere.
We also keep a general assortment of
Leather aud Saddler's Trimming's.
DUF0UR A CO'S ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTHS
CARPETS, Ac. Ac.
mar19 EVANS, PORTER k CO.
New Spring Goods for 1855.
A. J. DUNCAN ft CO ,
No. 80 Public Square, NASHVILLE. TENN.,
AVE now In store a large proportion of their extensive
stuck of Foreign and Domestic Staple and Fancy
Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Irish and French
Linens, Silks. Hosiery, Trimmings, fte. &c ,
which they offer on the most favorable terms.
The trade and dealers are requested to favor them with
an early ell They will also be receiving throughout tha
season, regular shipments of every novelty in Dress Goods,
Embroideries, Ac, Ac. A. J. DUNCAN A CO.,
feb22 No. 70 Public Square.
nPIIKEK HUNDRED Bales Brown Muslins and
X Drillings of Southern Manufactu e; for which we are
agents. feb22 A. J. D. A CO.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
No. 50 Public Square,
J. II. C IT R It E Y ,
Cabinet Maker and Undertaker,
BEGS leave to inform his friends and the puhlic generally,
that he keeps constantly on hand Coffinp of every de
scription, from the plainest servants' to the fine Metalic air
tight and air exhausted CoBirs, the best now in use for pre
serving the Corps; together with good Hearses and Horses,
and everything necessary for burials.
All orders left at my Ware Room, No. 51 Coopers' Building,
Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both day and
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
rT"'IIE partnership heretofore exiting between R. L. Cren
A Shaw and D. S. Wright has H u :lay been dissolved by
mutual con-ent. R. L. Crenshaw is aion? authorised to fet
tle up the bu iness of the late flru. All persons in, bled
to the concern by note, account or otherwise, are eamenly
to Icited to come forward anil make .mmediate payment, as
lontrer indulgence cannot be cive.i. All persons h-l.ing
claims against the firm, are requested to file the same with
Mr. Crmshaw for payment R. L. CRENSHAW,
March 19, ISM. api6 D 8. WJUGUr.
SAFT T Y F ICS E
803,000 feet Bacon A Bro.'t FaMv Fuse, a first rate ar
ticle; warranted. 8 U. LOOM IS A CO.,
ian5 Agents for Manufacture.
HEAD THIS IIOCIL'MFNT.
PERSONS In want of very valuab'e Servants can now be
accommcd ited, as I have a number of superior Negroes,
warranted to suit r no sale. Appiy immediately.
apriS KEE3 W. PORTER.
FRESH ARRIVALS SUMMER WEAR.
C-1 EN'1'5 French Calf Stitched Boots;
X do Plain Prunella Ties,
do Tipped d do
do P. L. Dress Shoes, Just received br
RAM AGE A CIlCRCff,
Je9 42 C-.liege S'reet.
THE undersigned, late of Aug is'a, Georgia, having pur
chased of Me-irs. Niciioi a I'kicocc Uiilr slock will
continue the Commission ami ilrocery Bu-ines", at their old
stan'l. coiner ol Market an t Chun h streets.
mjlG SKV.UOCR, FANNING A CO.
HAVING soM our stock of Me chandise lo Messrs. Srr
much, Faxnini A Co, late of Augusta, tl.o gn, we
take pleasure in recommending them to our cmtomerj, as
gentlemen in everv wiy worthy their support ard patron
age my 16 NICIloL A PEACOCK.
SEYJIOUR, FAMG & CO.,
(successors Yo sichol a peacock,)
W II O I, i; SAL IO G R OC E R S,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AD DEALERS IN
Bacon, Lard, Corn, Wheat, Feathers, Beeswax,
Dried Fruit, &c ,
Corner Market and C hurch Streets,
FINE BAG FLOFR-8.V) bugs Fine Family Floui
this day received, and fi.r sale low ior cash torirwe Ccn
signment, by S. 11 LuOMI A CO.,
aorl4 Opposite Planters' Bunk, Nashville, T.-nn.
I7ISII. 13 biretls Lake Fish,
1C ha f this. do. do., in store and for rr'x'nj
marlS W. II. GORDON A CO.
COMBS, FANS AND FANCY GOODS.
10 Park. Place, New York,
INVITES the attention of Southern and Western Mer
chants to his new stork of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soaps, Porte
Monnuics, Jet aud Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book", Dress
Buttons, fins and Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads, Necklaces, Ac. India Rubber
Combs, Canes, Balls and Toys of every description. Scis
sors, Raaors and Cutlery, Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Accor
deons and Violins, Deluding a general and very large stock
of Englith, French and German Fancy Goods, which will be
sold ai the very lowest prices for Cash or approved Papkx.
Orders by letter selected and put up in the best manner,
WILLIAM TA3KER, 10 Paik Place, New York.
P. S Please cut this out. my5 dly
"NTFTMEGS AND CLOVES A fresh supply of
-L prime Nutmegs and Clove. Just received and for sale
ow by A. STRETCH.
NEW BANKING IIOl.SE.
JOHN D. JAMES. ...A. WHELESS ... DAVID D. JAME3.
JOHN D. JAMES A- CO ,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next door t) th Bank of Nashville,
jsnl9 Nashville, Tenn.
OLD AND SILVER bought and sold at best rate
hy JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
S. II. LOOM IS A CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And sole agents for the sale of
Haiard's Eentnekj Rifle and Blasting Powder,
BACON A BltO.'S SAFETY FUSE, AND
LongworthS Sparkling Catatvba Wines,
41 Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN.
B. M. ESTE3. W. P. WILSON.
ESTES A WILSON,
Attorneys ut Law,
Prompt attention will be girea to th collection of claims.
OOR RENT A Farm containing 43 acres, with 40
I acre cleared land a good two-story House, 6 room,
cellar, servants' room, kitchen, smoke-house. Buggy house,
water, Ac; t'4 mile trom Nashville, and near Spring Plac
on Ui Lebanou Pike, leinueaay. AppJvto
R. A. BALL0WE,
JanlS General Agent, No. 17 Deadarick L
COLLECTION mad en all the cities of the United
States, and prompt return made, Ay
anl9 JOHN D. JAMES A Ol.
IIM: FLAVORING EXTRACTS.
Exraol Koe, Extract Orasg.
" Lemon, Pm Apple,
" Vanilla, Peeh.
Received and for (tie In quantities ia suit al STRETCH'S
Drug oiore, corner College and Union at. my IS
X1 LVI I, jder.
- I lories Water,
For sal la assorted site
Ml. I" Fleur Water,
Orange Flower Water.
bottUs, at SIRETcU'i Drug
B r,, corner Colt-g and Union sis.
Am irtisial Shaving Cream,
Rosa do da
Almond 4o do
Mmler fin Toilet Sop,
'll Brews Wir-dsor do
Whit do do
Iuli-n Mnlicattil Ft up,
Superior Honey do
Together with the most bverita kinds, received and tor
tale low t STRETCH'., Drug Store, corner ol College aad
Lnloa su. '
OL !ES 269 bbls. choice Plasiatioo Molaes
Unutn from tteauwr Amerlsa and Iroquois.
W. U. GOKOOM A CO.
170IC II LE I hav s beautiful bulMicg M ia Edge-
a. nel.l, rronung on rpneg Hraei sin i ..---
back two aaadrwt sort to a twelve km
very tew lor cash. R- A. BALLOWR, Gea. AgenK
.prU s No. II DsaJericaaueat.
uniMtu THAT ABE BOOKS.
SEVENTY FIVE Tolume of Poteam" Library t
ATTING-W. A. A J. G- UnSUd ke !
ZlJJLrl Zr.. t bM India Mania,
SM.kryaaeJit- wy tow fo easn.
FEVER AND AGUE CURE
CR, NATURITS INFALLIBLE SPECIFIC,
FOR the Prevention and Cure of lsruiflTTssrr and Rs
xmin Fsva'S,- Frvsa and Aeca, Chills and Fsvaa,
I) ens Aoca, GxasBAi. Dtsrurr, Night Swasrs, and all other
forms ef disease which have a common origin ia Malaiia
or Muaaia. This subtle atmospheric poison which at cer
tain seasons is unavoidably inhaled at every breath, is the
same in character wherever it exists Norih, South, East or
West and will every where yield to this newly discovered
antidote, which is claimed to be th esJUTEtt PiscovtaT i
mepiciss its a gin.
This specinc is so harmless that it may be taken by per
sons of every age, sex or condition, ami it will not substi
tute for one disease other still worse, as Is too often tp re
sult in the treatment by Quinine, Mercury, Arseoic, and
other poisonous or dt leteriou drugs, not a particle of any of
which ia admitted into this preparation.
The proprietor distinctly claims thee extraordinary re
sults from the use of this NATURAL ANTIDOTE TO MA
LA RI A.
It will entirely protect any resident or traveler even in
the moat sickly or swampy localities, from any Ague or Bil
ious disease whateser, jrany injury from constantly inhal
ing Malaria or Miasma.
It will instantly check the Ague in persons who have suf
fered for any length of time, from one day to twentv years,
so that tbey need never have another chill, bjr continuing
its use according to directions.
It will immediately relieve all distressing results of Bil
ious or Ague diseases, such as general debility, night sweats,
Ac The patient at once begin to recover appetite and
strength, and continues until a permanent and radical cure
Fiually, its use will banish Fever and Ague from families
and all classes- Farmers and all laboring men, by adopting
it as a preventive, will be free from Ague or Bilious attacks
in that season of the year which, while it is the most sickly,
is the most valuable one to them.
One or two bottles will answer for ordinary cases, some
may require more.
Directions printer! in German, French and Spanish, ac
company each bottle
Price One Dollar. Liberal discounts made to the trade.
Trade circulars forwarded on application, and the article
will be consigned on liberal terms to responsible parties in
every section of the country.
JAS. A. RHODES, Proprietor,
Providence. R I.
AGENT3. New York C. V. Clickener A Co., and 0. H.
Ring; Philadelphia T. W. JJj ott A cons.
And for sale by dealt rs generally.
TJR, C. M. JACKSON, Fhilad'a, Pa.,
WILL KPPECTtTA LLY CPRB
IITER COXPLAIST, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE,
Chrome or Hervout Debility, I) it t ate of th
Kidneyt, and all diseases arising from a dir.
rdrd Liver or Stomach.
Inward files, Full
ness of B ood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stom
ach, Nausea, Hartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or weight in the
8tomach, Sour Eructations, Finking, or
Flutte ing at the fit of the Stomach, Swim
ming of the lit ad. Hurried and difficult hreath
ing, liutreringatthe Hrar:,Cho iking or Suffocating
Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots of Wehs ixfure the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Heart, Deficiency of Inspiration, Yel
lowness of the kin an I r.yei. Pain in th
Side, B-rrk, Chest, Limbs, 4c. Sud
den Flujhea f Heat, Bun ing
in the t-lesh, Constant Im
aginings of Evil, aud
Tie Proprietor, in calling tlie attention of the publlo to
this preparation, does so with a feein g uf the utmost conn
dence in its virtues and adaptation to the disease for which
It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
the test of a ten year' trial belore the Ameri. an people,
and iis reimtation an I Ie ate unrivalled by any similar
preparation extmt. The te-timony In its favor given by
th.- m .ft prominent rind WtH known I'liyjieuns and lndi
vi I11.1N, in all pjru of the couniry, is immense. The follow
ing from u- own Sute, ii respectfully submitted, lefenng
any wh. may null doubt, to mv "Memorabilia," oi Practic.il
Receipt Hook, for r'ai luers and Families, tw be h.d gatis, of
all the Agrn'sfor the f.ernian Kilters.
Piiiicip il uiiice and Manufactory, 120 Arch street, Phila
Testimony from Tennessee.
Dr. II. B. Scarborough, Dover. Tenn., Aug 28.1S58, says :
"I have soli all the German MuKts you have sent ine, and
if tha preparation, continues t dj as much (.ood as it has
done, it will be the best ni-dicine ever sold hi-re."
I.. SuoiUrasi, Sparta, Tenn. August 2, ISM, says : f am
pleased to state thut your lierman Kilters has given satis
faction in every in tance where it has been u ed."
B. T. llolliiis, HilLsboroui h. Tenn., August xd, 1J3, says t
"I am pieced to state that the Oermau iiitlers h .ve given
general sati faction "
Dr. P. Fiio Bro., Knoxvillle, Tenn., 9ih April. 1S31,
aid: "Your Hitter ae now felling very f.ist, and every
person that has used it,sofar as we have been able to learn,
has een benefited "
J. W. Kr-nkhn A Co., Gallatin, Tenn., December 80, 130,
sail: "The new firm will want more of your Bitters soou,
as one of the partners thmks it ia a great medicine "
R. S. Hardy. Bolivar, Tenn., 8elcmber 13, 18J.2, aaid:
"There is great demand for your Bitter here; please tend
anoiner loisoon. -
They are NTfRELT vgoirABLS, free from all Injurious In
greihents, alw.ija streuKlUeii the system, and never pros
8 Id in Nashville by BERRY A DEMOVILLt, H. O. 8C0
VEL, EWlN BU-., and tl. W. HENDEHSHOTF, and by
Dealers in Medicine and Storekeepers everywhere.
SI'Iltrn AL Tl'.LEt.RAI'II,
nHEorginof modern Spiritusj;s.n, Fnirth Volum com
X mences iu May. It contains the lul'st record extant of
Current racts an i Op niona on Spiritual intercourse. Pub
lished weekly at tl per annum also, all spirl'u! boohs lor
sale by P iltl KIUGt A BUiTTAN, 8ti Broadway, N.Y.
P.S. A Catalogue of Spiritual Bjoks sent on app ication.
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
AT PRICES TO 8HIT THE PRESENT CRISIS!
NO. 20 PI'BLIC SQEABE,
T8 now prepared loexhihi his Fall Importation ef RICH
I FOREIGN AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS, comprising
one of the meet desirable assortments ever offered selected
from the very latest importations, and purchased under th
greatest Etraisrioji or raicta is tub Eastus Cmss.
Under these circumstances 1 leel gratified that I can offer
such inducements as will enable all to purchase.
HAVE a large and well selected assortment of Silks, at
all prices, a.ud well suited for the Fu irade, Ac, via;
Sujer Brocade Striped Silks;
' Plaid Glaci do;
" Gro de A)ihque do;
" Plaid .trip'dSilks,)gr't
Rich Poult d Sole Silks;
" ,11k WaterM eilss, new
" Grode Rhine Silks. B
Challey Silks, all clors.
Wedding and Evening dresr, (beautiful varieties,) cheap
Silk ol ail kinds, etc., etc
WOOLLEN DRE-S GOODS.
PLAID AND STRIPED CASHMERES;
Tartan PUids, (all colors and widths;
Real French Mennoea, from Sue. and upwards;
Mouslia d launes, 8 A and e-4 widths;
W hit Cashmere de Kcosse;
Valencia Kobe, (rich,)
A I pace it, do;
And a great variety of olher style, new sad cheap.
EDAU N Maltese Collars and Sleeve;
Trimmed Embroidered Collarettt;
Embroidered Collars, Sleeve and H shits;
' Mourning Collar and Slreves;
French Euibroidered Handkerchiefs;
" Mourning Jo,
Apllque Sprigs, Cambric Flouncing and Bands, Ae.
Embroidered Cheraisett snd Sleeve;
Valencianne and Maltese Laces and Edgings;
Jaconal and Bans do do. Ac
LINENS, HOSIER! AND GLOVES.
PABLE Damask, 8-4, -, id-t, 11-4 and IS 4 Pillow-Case
Linens, Barnsley 8heting, Bird Eye Diaper, Hucaback,
Crash, Napkin and Inah Liuena, t rench Linen Cambrcks,
English, Silk and Cotton lloeierv, Winter Hosiery, all aiads,
Ladiea'andGccUemn'sUd01ov,Bcavr aud tianoUt
Olov-5, Ac. nov4
SnrETlNG3 of all wiath; Bleached and Brown Domes
tic; English snd American Print; Uoyte' Prints, and s
great Variety of other Goods.
Call end examine my stock of Goads.
To CA.liI BCYKR3 andPtNClUAL CrMJRS sreat
lsducemenUwiUboffrL JA9. NlCUuL.
CLOAKS. TALSAS, SHAWLS, c
ABf AUTIFUL varietf of Cloth and Velvet Cloaks, Talma-.
Crap Shawls, Tukeui and Tlubbet Shawl; Ca-h-
re Scarfs. Ac nov
CLOTHS, CAS3IMERES, FLANNELS a ZLANXETS
FRFf Cll and Eng'Ish Coth and Casaimeres, in gTs.t vs
r'etv ClrJsklug CM-hmank-uiof a'l kinds ct:nel.,
Jeans! TweedMa ol) K!aid Lissey. Real Welch FUa
aelt, and aU oihrr dennptlw, etc
T riTIII'lt MELTING 1,000 loet Leather B.lw
1 a in rrcci'w r . ,
a,"if College ne-c ..ri.
P- (p f 4TOI'.i 17 bbls Late Gakas IrUh PoUtoo jasl
received and for -al by
n( 8. II. LOOMI3 k CO.
LirATIIEB BELTING Oa hand sn-t for sal
b, D. D DICKEY,
fcb4 No. 8 Colleg street, Natkvi!! .
MOL sr.. J bbls. rhoica Mola-se for sala, U
arm par E. Uard -ft New OrlM Sth Marea.
mrlJ W. U. GORDON A CO.
ANY New aad nvaatlfnl Articles ad-
tl drd la aay BMsaJ sops-t.rs-
-1. .an.!LI Bat m Wmte'Tm
K M W W ,w
. G W. b-DsKUiOrT.
Cnrar af Cedar Bireat ! h taea.
sprtS ... . W.hvtiK Teaa.
IOR BENT-Fortha balaaea a?
' that large and ,re eunc k
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTEBE.
The Great Pnrifler of the Blood!
NOT. A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
Let On AJticted Read and Ponder.
An Infallible Remedy tor Scrcf. la. King's Evil, Rheumat in
Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Postules on
the Face, Btntche, Boils, Ague and Fevee, Chronic rore
kyes Ring Worm or Tetter, tcahi Head. Enlargement and
Pair of the Bores and Joints, stubborn Ulcers, Svphiliiio
Disorders. Lumba.ro, epinal Compraiats, knd all I leases
arising from an Irjudicious L of Mercury, Imprudence
in Life, or Imparity of the Blood.
r I 'HIS ereat litrjt!.. m.iiinA i n . . ,
a . c ......v... au., ruriceror ui liiooa
wi . ' ' wnQ esiiry aa ly to the remark
able cure Deriormeit b. th. ....i. . t . .
SPANISH M.XTCKE."' Neur-LeTmatism;
Scrofula, trupuons on the Skin, Liver Diseases, t ever. Ul
cers, Old Pores, Affections ol the Kidney, Liteaeesof tha
Throat, Female Complaints, Pains and Aching ol the Bones
and Joints, are all speedily put to fi ght by uiog this great
and inestimable remedy. .
For all diseases of the R'wut v.. v . .
to compire with it. It cleanses ine system of all impurities,
acts gently and efficiently on the L ver and Kidneys.
- - n . o - - .vuc w i -i. ciom.cn. maae
the skm clear and healthy, and restore the Constitn-ion,
cujrcuicu vj urrw tr vruaen uown oy ine excesbao of
yooth, to its pristine v;gr and strength.
.ir me A.nrs, i, i. iiii-TMiiiarHuiy oriier man ari tn cos
metic ever used. A few doses of Carter's fristn Mixtcbs
will remove al. ssllownes of complexion, bring the rosea
MkMllin. I.lk..kul ....i;.,;.. in ik. ...
s kit. c.rf.iit,, iu aiep, aou im
prove the general health in a rcmai kable degree, beyond all
tVin.,;.. 1 1 e
ih large number of eertiflcites which we hav received
from persons from ail part of the United State, it the brat
evidence that there is no Humbug shout il. The press, hotel
keepers, magistrates, physician, and public men, w I known
to the. rnmmnnilv .11 ..1.1 . t. .. .. .... . .w. -...
--.- i. .! iiimt iG-iiuninT iu wi. wvoucrmj
effects of this GREAT BLOOD PUHIFIER.
va i on me ao!t and gel a Circular and Almanac, and
read the wonderful cure this truly greatest of ail medicine
r.one genuine unless signed BENNETT A BEERS, Proprie
tors, No 8 Pearl street, Rkhmond, Va ; to whom all orders
for supplies and agencies most he aditr-s-ed
And for aale b, W. F. GRAY and S. W. DANDRIDGE,
t,sh,r;llend h rlr iu Medic ne generally.
marlii diriwawly 0 J
v ur. 1 't w aj afAKJl AwETaSah
eonuiringal.i acre, situated on the llurfrresboro''?
V.1 . iiasnniie. and known aa he IUo-
uiou nacs. improvements toieraMe good; good dr fenc
ing; fir- t-rate water and orchard, Ae. Anyrrson dealroo
ot making ar exchange wi;h the above property, now baa
an opportunity o( trailing for one or the roost convenient
lock farms in the county, it havinr a creek of nevcr-fail na
water running through it. For particulars aiply to
R. A. BALL0WX. Gen'I Agt,
Mill ass No. 17 Deaderick st.
HOUSE FCRNISIIING GOODS.
Wooden and Willow AVure.
R A 8 8 bound Buckets, all sites;
Iron do do do
no Well tuckets;
Painted toy Bucketr
Brass bound Water Cans;
iron do do da
Cedar Milk Piggms;
d Tub-, all sir.es;
do Kceli r-, ii un and brass bound;
do I hums, all sizes;
Patent ping Clo'hrs Pins;
Common io do
Market U.ukets, l h and without cove-s;
Lnrg square and round Clothes Bazkett;'
flerman Work Basket;
Peep Clothes kit-kits, with wooden tottcm--Just
received and for sale bv '
myl2 SSOW, MACS EMIR A CO.
BR t N D Y. A c 25 Fng'1 h r.-ls Crg Branrv
) bhls. Monongahela, Old Uouibon and Old Kve Whisky
10 " Malaga Wine,
10 half bbls. do. d.
8 half pipes Cliampaigne B- andy,
1 pipe Holland Gin, in store and for le br
mrI: W. 11. GORDON k CO
'IMIE Puhlic are re-p.c'f. Ily inf'.rn.ed th::l LVCN3 A CO
A still c ntiniiesellil.T 'luir ceKhrau-l t'(iti-gu Mild
Diarrhru 1'rcvi niiv. , ifi-m the ett.its . f wh ,l
so mat y lat year n ap.J irat c. uif-ji 1 and rtlief,)hy tha
Oa Ion. Iinitle or Ul. Anp evenuves kre alw.ys betier
than ernes, we trlnuly ricniimviid all to u-e it. Hie Poor
r-upplied wuh .ut charge, if . c p niel with a p icnsii g
Doctor's cvrtif.cite. I'livate l-am!ie pan cularly, fhouid
have a hottle ol th ar.icle iu the Louje. in ran, , f en er-
B11 la Cedar Mrtet.
The Knuckle Wanhiii-r Machine.
TE have been appose. I a'.-ents tor the rale of this cele
brated Washing Machine, kv.-rv Limit in ik- xi ...
shou'd, by all means, proem e oue immediately, at tha
amount of I bor raved i- tinmen.
Full directions and a m-tri to go and show it nsed free r
rharee f.i.r-1 r s. II I Mis Co.
G. VV. HENDEfiShOTT,
Corner cf Cedar street ani the Square.
tl ,0 I .. .... ......
lino rrreiveil in- liiO-t or Ins ,"prlii stock. aft,
s-t-t nd has the pl.aorenf rfferingam st iplendUi jFyf
A I A l-t of Itriigi and Medicines, and wc u il oOer lo
W-d ths Pub ic the purei ,-iclol every kind. It Isouir
nrcrasa y 10 fay mat ail ineiiiclues, anJ every article aolj
by me. are of the best quality,
ai rli o. W. UESDinSHOTT.
DESIRABLE PR0P1"RTT FOR SALE.
OFFER for sale, in whole or In part, mv pbi in Edge
field, sltutrt on the Gallatin I1e. ror teiuis, apply to
the tub-criber, orto MesSts. Ijslolit A CuncxiHT.
marls If 11 K.N K V BLOOD.
GENTS' SUPER CALF W. P. THICK S0L2) BOOTS.
J t hav receive a lot of o. 1 double :ed water proof
v ' calf boots of the very best quality.
Genu' double soled calf Shoes and Oxford Ties;
do superfine walking and dresa Boots;
do P. L. Congress Gaiters;
For sale at lowcat cash prices
RVMAGE A CHURCH,
bi 4i College atreet.
qMlAVEI.S IN EE ROPE AND TUB
A East; Or, A Year in Fxt.t.AD, Foot-aso, Iasxaso,
Wales, Kkasce, Bslsios, liouutso, GtaaAxr, Aisrsu,
Itslt, Gstscs, Tcsxsr, t-mu, PaLEisa and I errr, by
Samuel Ireneua Prime, with engravings, in two volumes.
Just received and for sale by
mylO see CHARLES W. 8MITH.
AMERICAN IILACK BOARD CRAYONS,
UT ARRANTED free from Grit or any Glutinous sub
stance whatever, and uperlor to any other Crayons
now In use.
Af'er having given th American Black br ard Crayons a
fa 'rand impartial trial, ami being fully convinced of 0 eh
superior merits, we readily g v cur ieM mony it favor of
Iheir being the best Crayoo that we hav vr seen : com.
bining all the qualities thai could be desired in such n ar
ticle. Thorn's Sherwln, English High School, Boston.
Geo. Alien, Jr., Hancock "
lluhbard Wins'ow, Young La ies' M
J. D. Phiibri k, StaU Nomial School, N. BriUlo, Caea.
Francs S. Williams, English High School, Boston,
Pierce A Allen, Eng. Classical Pvhnol, W. Newton,
N. Tillingh tst.z'tatn Normal School, Urldgewatsr, .
Jonathan Trnny, M incheaur 11. gh tichool,
J. 8. Eaton, Pinup.' Academy, Audovar, r
A. R. Potie, Some rvi lie,
O. W. Hymilon, rt.il Normal School, Albany, N. T. "
ElbiUige Smith, CambriJg High School
Fr sal by CllARLLJ W. 8irTH.
sprle a v a
RECEIVFD hy Kspr, th lareest ttcvk of ECVUXS
WRAPPINGS w have ever offered.
An extra lot of EMBROIDERIES. In Chemisette and Sleev,
Collars, Collarettes, llasq i.i, Cottag Capes, Jsconet aad
Swiss Bands aad Ruffles, Ac, Ac
A splendid lot of MOURNING COLLARS and SIJCXVES,
both separata snd In sets.
Of all th newest styles that ar ant la Silks. Barer.,
Tisaues, Organdiw, Jaconets, Sc., 1., all of which w will
all t th lowoil possible prices for cash, or 10 primp buy.
yrs aa time.
HA Vtya opened in eur new store, Ko. 95 Colleg strset.
w hope i-r our old friends and ea-iome, and as
t are nkipased la do aaything aad everything la lessoa for
their accommodation, hope 000 wilt take effence at, or detm
M unreasonable in lb kplioa of cue following ruls sr the
futor oondir:! ef our business.
N good sent out an approbation.
No sample given.
No goo-Is Uken back or exchanged whta aae bought
h goods boojht b sorts or upon Verbal orders alii b ta
kl back. (lee.'.) R. C. McNAIR.7 A CO.
OPENING THIS DAY I.Y
R. C McNAIST 4 CO.
ICQ EVEN! NO FANS;
Rich Emifwilerie n all varieties;
French Worked C-p, . I rw
LaceTrimmrl - , SVEXUe.
Rictl kvemng DTessea;
Silk Evening Dr. ssew;
Al of th abov ar nice a thing. Just fcswd.
ecu - C. MeNAlRY A CO.
I CHILDREN" PANACEA.
L IF THE GKiFINBrnO COMPANY k proJared
I ... .s.... ., ik. sajblwi Ueaefli than thia luvaln.b
Medidoe, ibey ssaU j Vrv the grabiada ef er.ry
partat for th
wvkh baa saved h bv of saor yoaag ehi'drea, sad
rabvvfd Biore tick balnea, than any other madias r
k&Fra eae boar aid ta 8v yaartof age, lb! ssadkiaa
rotm araiJ. to rwJ" imcpsooa. For Fever, Tae a
tg Worms, Colic, D-ordertd fcwwsia, Aa, H twvwr faum.
YtMW mn 1 t-t wa aav ased it prvaooaca t ia be aae e
Uv grealas of sJwssuig.
tor Wme M at vry Drag Sloe m iba state.
mitt AUX. MAI KEN EL
I)APEB.W are wiling Letter and Cap Paper by Iba
oi w case apei Uii U has sver bwen aaid ta thi
giiy. Cu and ar Mir pP' daliax -J a qtuu-Ur fxs
1 earn sators yoa bay sihre.
a. tf. LOOMS k CO-,
Agvals for MaMsfaur.