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NASHVILLE, TEM., THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3413.
DAILY TRUE WHIG.
Fniirnm aud rnn.tSHwo nv
B. R. McKENNIE AND iKO. B. BROWN,
nrnBR the vtpw or
B. B. McKENNIE A CO.
OFFICE ON r, Alt THICK STREET.
KATES OF ADVERTISING.
Kewapaper proprietor generally, anil especially of this
ity, ondcr the usages and regulations heretofore prevar ing
are called upon to perform more labor without remunera
tion, tl.n any other class of community. The gratuitous
publication of charity an 1 religious advertisement, and com
munications, tributes of respect, obituaries, Ac... Ac, which
can only be inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, Im
pose upon them a burden ao onorous, that they feel called
upon, in self-defence, to check the abuse, by making auch
publicaliona a eiiarjre, to aoroe extent at lft, upon the par
tie more mmediaU-ty interested. In this they are but fol
lowing the example of the press in other cities, Impelled by
a sense of it intrinsic propriety, and imperative duty to
thenuelvea. The euiiscrilicrs have, therefore, united togeth
er iu a mutual agreement, upon the lo lowing specified terms
or the publication of these as well ai every sort of regular
For each aquare of 12 llnea or leM of brevier, or "0 linea or
lea of nonpareil, for the 1 st inssrtl'm 1 i0
For each additional insertion, per aquare CO
For one square, 1 month daily,., f 5 K each additional f 2 50
ao do 3 do ao s (u ao ao 4 tin
do . do 8 do do 10 00 do do 5 00
do do 6 do do 15 00 do ' do 6 00
do do 11 do do 80 00 do do 10 00
do do 12 do changeable at pleasure, 80 00
Each additional square, 10 00
a or KFXFWAiii.ic
For one aquare per month, tri-weekly 14 00 each add. 2 00
do do S do do 00 do 8 50
do do 8 do do 8 00 do 4 00
Co do 6 do do 12 00 do 5 00
do do 12 do do H 00 do T 00
do do changeable at pleasure, 25 00 do 7 60
Patent Medicine will be published at 100 per column
dtly,nr.;5tri-wcekly i'h 5 for each renewal.
PteamboRt running to New Oi lcan will be charged t'O
or the aeaaon; and wheu running to fit. Louis, Cincinnati,
Ac $15 for the aeaaon of not more than aix month.
rhe privilege of Yearly Advertisers it strictly limited to
their own immediate and regular business; and the business
of an Advertising Firm i nut considered aa Including that
of It or individual members.
Advertisement published at Intervals, via: weekly, or
monthly, are charged tl per aquare for the Brat, and 50 eti
or every subsequent insertion.
Ctdtaon person to become candldntes, will be Inserted a
Other advertisements, to be paid for invarishly in advance.
Announcing candi'ttes for County and (Hate oflices $5,and
for municipal ouioks to be paid in advauce in every in
stance. All advertisement for strangers or transient persons to be
paid in adranoe. , .. ,
Advertisements not marked on the copy for a peciBed
time will be inverted till forbid, and payment exacted.
No ndvcrtiseni-nts can be in-.rted gratuitously.
All advertisements for charitable institutions, flrecompa
Dins, ward, town, aud other public meetings, including reli
gious notice, tu I charged bait price.
Ma'-isces and deaths are VuboKhcd as ncwa. J"
U sites tributes of respect, and funeral invitaiiona
Regutar advertiser en.1 all others e.-ndrnir communica
tions or requiring: notions designed lo rail atenHn to Fairs,
foireea. Concerts, or rV public entertainments, where
charges are made for admittance, all notice of private asso
ciations, every notice designed to call attention to private
enterprises calculated or inlei.'l'-d to promote individual in
terest, can only be inserted with the understanding that the
same is t he paid for. If ttwrted in the editorial column
(whirhean he only at the discretion of the editors') the same
will he oharg-d at the rate of not less than 80 cent per line.
Th nn,t..ruT,pd nublisbers of daily and tri-weekly paper
In Nashville, "pledge ourselves strb tly to adhere to th- above
bill Of prices, an t in no instance 10 nevinir 11 "in
H. R. MeKKNME CO., True Whig Office.
J. L. MAUI.INU k CO., Union and American.
W. K. HANU A CO., llanner Office.
AMir.IIUt't S. 1' dealer in Ice and Fancy
ioods,Ac, icn Union street, No. S2, between College
ar.d Cherry nutcta, Nashville, Tenn. dcc81
ElltC Va tV. T. At 'm Wlioleaale and Ketail
dealers in Book, 8utlonery, Ac, Weat aide I'ublic
CEIFTOX AltllOTT. dealer In Gentlemen'
Apparel and Furnishing Good, Cedar treet, near the
DOI UI.AS II. A II. Ac CO., lmiiorvr d
Vt holeaale dealer in Dometic Dry Goods, Hat, Cap,
Bonnets, Shoe, Brogans, Ac, north side Public Square.
HKIN A" C'., Importer and M"holeale dealers in
Foreien and Domestic. Fancy and Ftaple Goods, lv.nneta.
B ata, ltoota, Shoes, Ac, north aide Public Square. jclS
17 A I.I. A CI M(ill rl, Importer and Wliole
Jl aale and Retail dealer In Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College st. between Union and the Square.
HEEM IEEO, V. A T. II. A 0., aeinera
in Pianos, Cabinet Furniture, etc., Colltge U Supplies
received almost weekly. ils
HIADDltMIOTT, tl. V., Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in Drugs, Medicine, Paints, Oils, Dye-tuU,
etc., corner of Cedar it. and the Square. jelS
HOI.EI.!S Its S., Wholesale and Retail dealer in
Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, etc., corner
of College and Union street. Jeli
LOO TUN, S. II., ole Agent for the II a sard Powder
Company for Tennessee, olbco corner Cedar St. and the
I VO, J. jTI., House, Sign and OrnamenUU Tainter;
J ltannera. Badges and Flags of every description neatly
eneiutuil. College st. between Union st. and the Square
MAIK I.I.I,, II. C, Civil Engineer, Surveyor and
Draughtsman. Also, Hook Keeper and Genera Ao
tountaut. utliec on Spring U one door west of Cherry st.
OICA' A CO., Wholesale dealers in Foreign and
Uoincstic Dry Goods, etc., Nurth side l'uulic sjuare.
pAMAI.i: A CSU 'HCII, Wholesale and Ket.d
J X. dealera in lliHjta, Shoes, Hut and Trunks, College street,
next door lo Uiiln.au, Yauker A Co. jelb
STi: it A 1ST, llOltl ItT, V.huleaale and Retail
uealr in (iroOi riea, Liquors, Boat burc, etc, VVaU-r sU,
routing upper Moamboat Landing. el8
airill'I'I'tA!, Manufaclurr and dealer
V ill Printing, V ruing, W rapping l'ati, east side Public
Zl!l i;ilI A !V, J 71 , Wholesale and Krlail dealer
in Drugs, Sie.iicines, Painu, I'll". Iye-tun, etc., aigu of
the Lion and Mortar, Market ft., 4 doors from the Square.
REDUCTION CP FEEIUHTS
FUO.TI IEV IOUK TO M A U l.lTO.M.
f.VCREERY & HOOK,
COMMISSION AKD F0RWAHDINO MEECHANTS,
liurlrfcron, K. C.
TIM. pnmiptly attend to the aale of all kind of PRO
' DUCK, tothe RECEIVING AND FOKWAUDlNOof
Good, and to the fining 01 oroer in tin maraei.
Tlie Steam Sh p Companies having reluced the frelfht fo
t ight cent per fct. nuiltsthia tin oheepest and quickest
route by which to ship Gm.ds to Teiinesee. AUbama and
Kentucky from the Northern Citie. All ship and forward
ing charges mill fcailow the goods to their dtttuiaUon.
" - E. A. VINCENT,
ARCHITECT AM CI VIE E.M!EEK
coo r ms i:nu:.;, cjiehuy sti:ij.t.
' aepS 1y
Ili. A. i(lllMO.
WATCfl MAKER, JEWf;l.l.r R AND SILVEKSMITH,
No. (Iciirauv TanT, (rvorrk'i rturw.'s,)
HAS lust received a lot of new aud fIi-
ionable JKrttl.UV, alii. li be wiil aell a t W
ch-:.(i as n.n be inmuhi iu Naahville. Z-4a
I a ill aiM aianutacuire WiijJ
JI,Wi:i,ltV AMI KIEV Lit WOltK.
of rrerv dcs.-f.j tion toord-r,n the rtinrtest notice. fIT
VF1 Hlwi.NS, FORKS, KSIVW, Tl ATH AND FANCY
GOOD? gartiaUj kept Miustantlt iu liaiid.kat' fersalr rv?
)TATOi:S-I l.bl Ute Galena liUh Potutoe just
reeeivea aim f i ry
mS S. II. LWMIH A fX.
MANY Nrtv ! lit aulitul Arlit tca ad
ded to my UpuhI sui';:':' a.
sTDo not forret try JenM SoIn Wnlrr,
G. W. liEMiML-liOTT,
Corner of Cedar t'ticet and the Sque,
pr2S Nahi!!e, Tint).
I)KI'NESJ eases f freh Pvuer, rreeivrd bv
WES ELL A THOMPSON.
EAIk. !t) Pigs Lead.juM riv(J an I tormtW bv
I J marlt'l D. U. MCKfcE
WF have thl. flsy received l r fxp-ea, ALFTANDIC8
KID Gl.OVO.Ia white, light aud dark color.
A bin, a few handsome
White Uej.u Sdk, I
Poult Je Nee, v For Evening.
Moire Antique, V
lnW 9 . C. McNAIKT A PP.
UfniMIW LLAVS.-M half K sea lllalt and 4
V half boxes SxlU lAwrcutve A WUltriuat.' W lu4uw
Olass. in itote and for sale by
mxrla W. IL GOEDON A CO.
New York City Business Directory.
From 8. M. PETTINGILL A C08 ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, New Yore,
And No. 10 State street, BraTtr.
P. A Co., are A genu for the moat influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United State and
the Canada. ....
COTTF.5TKT A: CO- importer of French and
other European Goods, No. 4 8 Broad treeU , , ,
PATZST ELASTIC EXISTS.
BATES At FICAXCE, Ko. 1 Itarclay St.,
IV. Y. Cavtim. None are genuine except they have
the stamp of the Patent. All manufacturers and sellers in
fringing, will be proecucd according to law.
Doling TO LET. Four of Ove Boom toj
IV let, over the Bookstore of
W. T. EKKKY A CO,
ST. EOl'Isi IOTATOES-50barre!sjnFt receiv
ed and for sale by D. D. DICK EY,
mar!5 - 5 College street
JOnN B WEST bas now in store, and hourly expected,
nearly all kinda of Machinery Findings, usually enquired
for here, vis: . .
Machine Cards, Bheeta and FUletting and Tackaj
Lace Leather, Emery;
hheep and Calf Top Roller do;
6-4 Top Roller Cloth;
Harness Twine and Harnexi Fyea;
r?tee! and Reed Blaies, all numlHjrs;
Phuttlea, with and without rollers;
King Travelers, all numbers;
25 and 80 Inch Comb Plate and Card Cleaner.
V28 . .
HAHXESS Ail CAIllS.
RECEIVED this dav.4S setts Eastern made Heddle Eyed
llarnees on Fliarting. Also, 4dca. pair Cotton Hand
Cards. marl if J NO. B. Vt hT.
TIIE undersigned, late of Georgia, having removed to the
Cltv of Nai-bville, offer hi service to the citiaens of
Georgia, E. Tennessee and North Alabama for the purchase
of Dry Goods, tiroceries. Corn, Wheat, Rye, Bacon, Lard,
Fine Horses, Mules, Cattle, and in Bhort, every article of
trail offered in the Nashville market..
The Merchants of Nashville are men of high character
and pecuniary standing, and have lame and well eelected
Block that they offer on liberal terms, which ehould induce
the mnrc hanUof Upper Georgia, East Tennessee aud North
Alabama to give the Nashville market alair trial. As to
the Grocery Market, the propriety wi!l suggest itjelf to the
mind of every merchant in the section of country- named,
as the most projier for their traite.
The long connection of the undersigned with the Railroada
of Georgia, as General Ager,t. Treasurer and Superintend
ent of Transportation, as well as Agent att hattanooga sev
eral years for th- Banking interest of Savannah, will enable
him 'more readily to inv. stipule claims acaiutt Itaihoa l
Companies, f'.r lo.- t goods or inr oaina ire while in transitu,
for the renewal or ni.-K-ounf of no es or bills in ha"k, Ac
All letters inclosing orders and money will receive prompt
attention, and all order without the money, vhen satisfac
tory evi.lence of solvency and prompt t es accompanies the
ante, or the parties known to be such, shall leceive like
attention, when ordering articles that come under the rule
or cuiUuii of the market to sell on time. 1 will also give
fctrict attention to rereivintr and lorwarding all goods that
are not to be stored, th .t may be directed to my care. The
clwrge for tlie purchase of goods, Ac, will be five per cent
cutmnixHioft, and twenty cents lor each box or package for
receiving und I01 warding. E. It. MILLS,
Post Office Building, No. 8,
J TIEFEHENCES -It. R. Ct'VLEU, Esq., Tre't Central K.iil-
....... I 1 fcf-,1 A l.Tva I a't ft;ttitr Stte of Otor-
gia, Savannat ; IsaoShtt, K-q., Pres't Macon and West
ern Railroad, Macon; Hon. Jons P: Kino, i'res't, and Guo.
Yonuk, Sup't Geortia Railroad, and S. T. Cuitss, Esq., Au
gusta; M.J.J. K. Coopkh, tien. Sop't Wctern and Atlantic
Railroad, AMant.-i; Gen. A.J. Hakhkli Attorney at Law,
Marietta; Gk S. I laot. Efq., Kojie Ga.; Capt. Jamks
W1u.1t as and Col. J. A. WiiiTi-MnKS, Chattanooga, J. L.
Mokes and Jo. Paksoss, Esqs., Knojtville, Tenn.; Wiluam
Maiu.kr, Esqn Decatur, and Judge, Lamb, Uuntsville, Ala.
RICH SPRING GOODS.
XV . A . A J . . M c C E E E E A K I
WOULD call the attention of their friends, and buyer in .
general, to th
Eurret and Itlost Eloffant Stock of
s i it 1 K i a o o i s
Ever offered by them. This stock has been selected with
unusual care, and at prices which will enable them to offer
very great Inducement to buyers, particularly to Cash
Nob. 51 and 53 College Street
F.M'.OAXT IIl ESS GOODS.
Elegant Plaid and Striped Pol Do Soi;
" " " G:acc, very cheap;
Bnper Biack Oro De Rhine, very cheap;
" " Mourning Silks;
Elegant Flounced Bareges;
Rich Printed "
Super Plain Bareges, in colors and black, very cheap;
" " Chalties, " "
Slegant French Organdiea;
" Printed Jaconets, neat styles;
A large lot of Printed Muslins, very low priced;
Gingham, Printed Linens, Chinta, Prints, Ac. Ac
Rich Satin Brogaielle;
" Wool Damasks;
" Union "
" I Jice Curtains;
M Muslin Curtains, with "II the Trimming
complete for putting up Cui tiim ,made to iratch.
a'I'A t'EE (.OODS.
Onr stock of Staple Good's Is vory Urge and complete
Irih Linens, Damar-k do.. Toweling do., T ckimrs, Lipen and
Cotton Sheetings, Plaid Domestic, Cottouadea, Linens,
Drills, 1 weeds, A pneas, Bombazines, Drab De Etc, Cloths,
Caasioiers, Veatinrs, Ac., Ac., all verv cheap, at
McCLELLAND'3 METROPOLITAN STORE,
apr6 " Nos. fl and M College S.reet.
EAUCE AM) EEE;AT STOCK. VI
AT TEICXS TO 6 'JIT THE PRESENT CHISIS!
J A M "ESiTc H OL,
NO. 201'CItEIC SQEAHE, '
18 now prepared to exhibit, his Fall Importation of RICH
FulU.lG.ii AM AMLA1CAN DUY GOODS, comprising
one of the moat dosirabie assortmeiits ever ntfrrcd si.Ur.ud
fioui the very latest importations, aud purehawd under Ui
ORiLiTio-T Dki KKtvii.a ruiuH la th a rJixTkaa Cm.
L'n ier these circumstances 1 l.-cl gratified that 1 cau cifcr
sucn iiiduceineut a will enable all to purchase.
HAVE a large and well selected assor'ment of Silks, at
all prices, aud well suited for the Fall Trade, Ac., via:
Super Proeailc Striped Silks;
" Plaid Giaeie do;
" Grode Apliuue do;
Rich Poult de Sole Silks;
B'lk Water'U talis, aew
" Gro de KJilne Sllka. al!
Cl:alley silks, afl eclora.
Weddirg and Evening dresses, (htautilul varieties,) cheap
Silk uf ail kiuds, etc, etc.
"WOOLLEN LEE! 8 GOODS.
1)LAID AND STKIPLI CASIIMEKE.;
Tartan PlahJs, (all colors and widths;
Real French Meriunes, from 5r. and upward;
Mnutitn de liaines, 3 4 and 6-4 iaUi;
W hite Cashmere de (coaM;
Valencia Kobe, (rioJi;)
Aud a i;rct vjiety i f other aUk'a.ti' w ar.d ctv ap.
CLOAES. TALKS, SHAWLS, tc.
Bias, Crape ShiiarU, Tukenie and 1 lillet Shaats; Cah--
re Scarfs, Ac. r ev4
CLOTHS, CAS3IKEKES, rLANKELS ft 2LAKEETS
1T.LNCH atJ Cnglih Clotla and Cassimere. In great va
1 rirtv. Cloaking Cloths, Hlaiiket of allkin.N, baUnets.
Jeaus, Tweeds, tall .!) i'uiid Lmaeys, Rial Welch Flau
ocla, aud all iih T Ucact ipUons, eU-M etc.
JlfFDAU N Maltese Car and Sleeve; -1A
Trimmed I n:loidcrod Cuil irvtiA,
" ljcr ui; ,
Fmbroklcrod Cul!ars,fleeVes anJ Ilahlla; -'Monrcliasi
ColUirs atiti f Icrvea;
rn aili t i.br.. Mend llandkerrhlets;
" Mourning do,
Apti.juf Spr'r, Cambric Fioutieiug and Baoda, Ac. ,
Ejnbroi 1. red Cbemiartts aad Weec;
Val-netenne and Mallei luxs aud Fdg'nei;
Ja.o4 and Sis do tki, Ac
LISEKS, RCEIEST AND GL0VTS.
1) A RLE Dair.ak, 4, -, 10-1, 11 and 18 4 PiIlo.Cai
Uiiesia, Hrn,ler rKetiug, tUrd Fy D;apr, HiKairk,
Crash, Napki. ai.d Iri h Linen, rt,ch Liix-n Camhrwk,
tnglwh, tilk sad u. tun Hosiery, Winter Hoawry, ail kinda,
Ladiea' and GeuUwu'. kal GKv(,Uavr tU. tiaontlet
SHFrrTNG tt all widths; Illeacbed and Brwti Dotres
Uoa; Englteh ami Anu-rvaa priola; Doyle's Prlala, and
great variety of other Gurola.
t all and eaatntne ti-.y Block of fl(la. ' j 1
To CASH Ul'reia audPl NCTCAL Cr OMTO gra
leducsranssU iil K uGerei. JA8. KICllOL.
M$t FARE REDUCED.
Cabin Passaic to New York $20.
TJJTirED STATES KAIL LINE.
The new and Splendid side-wheel steamship
KnfOXVJLLE, 1500 ton Capt. C. D,J-cdlow,
AEtJESTA, 1500 ton...... Capt. T. Ltok, ;
FEOIIIOA, 'i 1300 ton. ... ..Capt. M.g. WooBbDU.
AEAltAIUA, 1300 ton.... ..Capt. 0. B, Scdbjsoh,
WiW Leave Savnnnah
EVERT WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
These hins are amonar the largest on the coast, unsur
passed in speed, aafety or comfort making their passage in
50 to 60 hours, and are commanded by skillful, careful and
polite officers. Dlaving elegant stato-room accommodations,
tney oner a most desirable conveyance to new mn.
Cabin passage t-u-
Steerage passage...... "8.
Agenu: PADKLPORD, FAT A CO., Savannah.
SAM'L L. M1TC1IILL, 13 Broaxlway,
jc28 New Vork.
' . ., ., ; .
115 hhds N. O' Dd Clarified Sugar; ' '
115 bbls and hf bbU Keboiled 60 bbls Cider Vinegar;
Molasses; . ' 10 casks Scotch Ale;
6o kegs Nails assorted; 60 kegs Shot and Lead;
500 eoil Kentucky Rope; 100 dozen Brooms;
100 whole and hall boxes Star 600 reams Wrapping Paper;
Candles; , , ' .101 8to5 gallon Demijohn;
25 boxes Soap; r , 60 doc Painted Buckets; ( -.
2 ' do Starch; ' 10 bblg Coppera";
50 doxen Pick-es; 1PO.0C0 Ilavana Segara;
75 beg Pepper, Spice and 100.OUJ American Segars.
Foraleby SETM0CH, FANN1N0 A CO.
Je25 Corner Market and Church street.
UJK are rasnufactnring a choice article of Flour espe
cially for family use, which we offer to the trade on
the mogt liberal term. All orders left at the office a ill meet
primpattentiou f jy41 O. HAMMOND A CO.
THE Subscriber proposes to receive limited number of
Pupils, to instruct in all the branches of a thorough
Eiipli.. and Classical Eduiittioit. -Every
Educational Facility will be provided for the study
of the Natural Science. There will be a good Chemical
and Philosophical Apparatus, a fine Cabinet of Minerals,
and a well selected L brory, to which the student may, at
all times, have free access.
No Pupil nodev ten year of age can be received.
Tlie first session will commence on the F11U.T MONDAY
Terms per session of five months, 1 40- " '
" JOHN K IMP.ERLT, A. M.
reference Is made to the Faculty of the University of
North Cariina; to Professors Agassiz, Wynmn and Horstord,
of the Lawrence Scientific Scchoo), Cambridge; lion. The.
Bragg, Governor of Not th Carolina; Hon. Kenneth Rayner,
of North Carolina.
Any communication left at the Gazette office, wfll receive
attention. Je29 Urn
(F THE GR.EEKNBERG COMPANY had never produced
any thing else for the public benefit than thi invaluable
Medicine, they would yet deserve tlie gratitude of every
parent (or the
Which has saved the live of more yonng children, pnd
relieved more sick babies, than any other medicine ever
Frura one hour o!d to Ave years of age, this medicine
never co-nea amiss to nacHiriNQ cnrUHioon. For Fever, Teeth
ing, Worms, Colic, Disordered Dowels, Ac, it never fabls.
Those mot lers who have used it pronounce it to be one of
tlie greatest of blessings.
fir" For sale at every Drug Store in the State.
n.yJ2 . ALEX. MAt KENZtK.
UIKOItDERS OF THE liOM ECS! -
TO Medicine that has ever been introduced into this sec
tion of the country has been found so valuable aa the
GRJEFE.MtEIIU DYKENTEUY SYHEP.
Thousands of bottles have liecn 'sold of late year In thi
State, and It has been iound, in every case, to give instant
"relief in a'l case of
Oyei.tcry- and Plnrrliea, tlie Premoni
tory Stapes of Cliolera,
illoody Flux, Gripings, Pain in the Stomach or Bowels, and
all incidental complaints Irom eating uurijie fruit, ciude
vegetables, change, of water, Ac.
The is no occasion to offer certificates for a medicine that
has been used In almost every family in the State with com
plete success. It was used by the Board of Health In New
Yink, and also at 8t Petersburg, In Russia, in the Cholera
Hospitals, when other remedies bad failed, and is universal
ly admitted to be '.he best and most reliable medicine in ex
istence for the disorders It professes to cure.
This medicine is warranted; and should it fail to cure a
circumstance never yet known the money will be, in all
The value of this Medicine and the confidence which the
public reposes In It, has Induced the subscriber to have it left
for sale at all the Drug Stores throughout the State. Price
per bottle, 6" oenta. my 221 ALEX. MACKENZIE.
Tlie Knuckle Vnliiiir ?lu.tliiiie.
U7 E have been appoined agents for the .ale of this cele
brated Washing Machine. Every family in the State
should, by all means, procure one immediately, as the
amount of I ibor saved it imwcuM.
Full directions and a man to go and show it used free of
charge. apr8 v 8. H. LOOM Id A CO.
I OGYV0ltTII'S CATAWBA WINES
I J We have just received a fresh supply of Longwoith's
Wine iu quart and pint bottles. Also, tlie Prv Catnwba in
casks. 8. II. LOOM IS A CO.,
fel 4 Sole Agenu for Nashville.
ONCE MORE TO THE BESCUE
fjxiE undersigned beg leave to inform their friend and
A patron that they have re-PJiened their business at ti.
AS Market street, and have Just received a Urge aupply of
Cigars, Liquors, Wines, Ac., which they offer for sale on very
liberal terms. Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore received, they hope by strict attention to business to
merit a continuance of the aair.e.
ap.7 L. I. GOLDBEBO A CO-
TO HOTELS AND t'A.IILIES.
1TE are selling Ice Cream at 2 51 per gallon;
V We are lelling U bread Tickets fur .1;
W are selling all kind of Crackers at 10c f Tt;
We are selling Black and Green Teas, warranted, 25
per oent lower than any other honse in the trade.
We are selling every article iu onr line at tqualtv reduced
price. . rayfi WliiSt'L A THOMPSON.
rilUMad BQ1S3X ....BXbOil WAUU
II0DGE & WALEEE, '
Barbrra, Hair Krcmsern, Ac, Ac
No. 13 Cedar Street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
Customer and the public in general, Inducements never
before oirered in this city. Having newly fitted ut our house,
we feel confident that all who give o a call will leave well
satisfied. la addition to Bartering, Hair dressing, Ac, we
have large, commodious and neatly furnished Hath-Rooms.
These are the finest in 4h cit, and as to convenience and
eotnfort, cannot be surpassed in the country. While pas
ng, gentlemen and patrons, jnst step in and see with what
magic we "make the hair fly," and wht a salutary effect our
pure water ha upon a wearied and eoiU body.
angS B ..... - -
IjMtEMI GAKIEN-SEEI-Jt! received a
large lot of Fresh Garden Seel from P. Land reth, com-
Iirising all th varieties brought to the market Cabbage
'eets, assorted; Ontins, Rad-ih, Falsary, Beet, Ac, by the
lb; Extra Ka- lv and Early May Peas; 6 week or Mohawk
and Valentine Beans, by the gallon or bwahel; Bi!vr Skhi
ati i&ad OniiMI aetu, by bushel or bi t, and having sold not
entirely our seen last year, can puaraatee the present stock
U be fresh, Ao. BUOVVW A OKUttllS,-
JanS S Culli-f ft -
1) FCTIVI D by EvpreMi, the UrreM stock ef EOTMEIt
It WKAF11NCS we have ever e-tlVrcd.
An extra lot of EMC ROIL KUli.i-i CliemiMtU-sandSWves,
'i-ii-rs, Collarrttea, Rasqnes, Cottage Cape, Jaconet and
Swm Itand aad Kufflea, Ac., Ao. - '
ALXO,' ' ' "
A epkndiJ lot of MCLT.X1NG C0XXA&3 and SLEEVES,
Ix'tii aepai ate and In act. , - , -
UliLSH C(I(IB$, . '
Of all the fiewent MyVw that are out Ir; Silk. Pare-w,
Tuunrs, Organdie, J.u-aJitts, Ac, c, ail of wbirh ill
ell at tbe lowest yi ble price for raf h. or lo -nvj4 boy.
yr on time. marl4 tt. C. WcNAUtY A CO.
DESIRABLE PE0PIRTT TOS CAIE-
IOHia tor aak,' la atx-le or in part, my place iu Edwe
fteid, .Itnatee on the Gailntm PtWe. for tenrs, apply to
the iuiUf, wis Keaa-s. Uaij.v A rmnr.
marlt tf . - ilk.. HI BLOOD.
COTS' SrPES CALF Xf. T. TTLICK SOLID BOOTS-
V 7 1 ha Thrived a lot of fco. 1 douli auied water proat
I eaif boots ef tjia very best sjualuy.
tieuta double auled caif Shoe and Oxford Tie;
do uiersne alaing anal Ureas Beui:
do P. L. Crrw traitan; -
For aal at Iuwct cash prtce
kauige a nirttcn,
M M 4. Cuiiege street.
I'OII A EE I offer rl in Owen's Plot of Baena
Vista, m- kit csMiuiiang I acres, ailuatist oa the corner
of Cmjm and Wetxtirr atTBrta.
A 10 A kl oa Jie rort rr of CbT and Mrr streets, cn
atniikf O acre, and on lut ou the carnxx at Umn asd Clay
tree-.a. oppuit the above, SuO ftctfrtait oo Marr Mroet,
and J W ket ca C.sy sir tel. tux further infurmaxica apply
W K. A. LAX LOU S, tiaaeral A.Dt,
ytaZi " No.lI icuci,lC
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From VISCHER A SCHELL'8 Gen'l Advertising House,
Appi.rroK'8 BuiLDuia, 846 and 848 Broadway.
Late No. 60 Nassau-Street.
Bags and Bagging.
NOYES & WHITTLESEY, :
No. 80 WATER STREET
NEAR OLD SLIP, NEW YORK,
AVE constantly on hand, and MANUFACTURE to
Vags for Flour, Grain, Salt, Buck"
wheat, Hams, &c.
Would also call the attention of Country Merchants, to
their assortment of
SEAKLESS AKD FAX2IERS' BAGS, ;
ItXILLEItS BAGS, .
Designed and printed to order, expressly for tbeirnse.
Our facilities are such that we can snpply from
10,000 to 20,000 Bags per day.
Also, Importers and dealers in
t ... GEKNY BAGS AND BAGGING,
And various kinds of Thread and Twine, both Linen and
Cotton, of a-hicb we are receiving continual supplies.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND SEALERS.
The Hope mills,
71 Fulton Street and 71 Beekman Street, New York,
Principal Office, 103 Front Street, New York,
Factory, No. 36, 87 and 83 Hudson Streets. Jerey Citv.
ryy H B PROPRIETORS OF THIS LONG AND WELL
.a. JY. un.i
Coffeo and Spice EstablUhment.
Continue to prepare the best Pha.rinucurt.ral
l'ovITS in me, for RAISING BREAD, BISCL'IT.TEA
AND OTHER CAKES, Ac. They also prepare MuUard,
Cocoa, and many other articles of daily use in every family,
which they offer unon the most reasonable terms. Cata
logues sent to dealers who request them.
IE- It. A J. G. ISIIAM.
N. B. Consumers advised to in,oiir r,.r ir,u Mm a n.
tide. - - .ntr91tr
SCHIEFFELIJ., BE0THEES & CO-
IMPOUTEitB AUD DEALERS IU
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, &c, &&
' 1TO AVilliam SireeUNcw Vork.
TNT1TE the attention of the trade to their large and va-
ncuf-w.. ui urusj, ramis, una, Ferramery, 4c, 4c
In addition to their regnlnr importations of Staple Drugs,
thev are also rervivinv. riir-.i irn th. ..n. ,.i 1
tion and maaufacture, supplies of Tooth. Hair and Nail
lim-.A. D . nAi .r. ..
iu,i, uii.uioi, vuim, muriars, cponges, f rencn ana
English Pcrfumery.L . bin's Extracts, and many other artie'es
usual V embraced in Uruu-iristH' niorlts. whi. h fh
enabled to offer on the most advantageous u rms.
Orders, either in. person or by mail, will receive prompt
attention. ie.3 Iv
. NEW Y0EK BAG MA1TUFACT02Y.
HAM, Flour, Feed, Grain, Meal, Hominy, 8hot, Buck
wheat, Salt, Guano, and all other kinds of bairs made
and printed to order by machinery with despatch. Address
asabove, 17 I'lail t., new Vork.
ave now In store by pate arrivals
hhds. N. O. Sugar, new crop; .
bbls. Molasses, do;
do Dean's Extra Whiskey;
boxes halves und quartern- Star Candles;
do Palm Soap;
do Tallow Candles:
do Western Kescrve Cheese;
bbls. Clover Seed;
boxes Peter M. Boai'g Tobacco, No. 1;
do Preston's do do:
do G.Boyd's do do;
do Boai A Goodwin's do do;
do Various Brands;
Regalia Cigars, all grades;
we will sell low for Cash.
8. It. L00MIS A CO.
"BOOKS THAT Alt E BOOKS,'
AND WORTH BEADING.
GREECE AND THE GOLDEN U011N.
Flood akd Field.
Ubclc Sam's Fabs Ffkcr.
Mohnisq Stirs of thk Nkw World.
Fir it Ycxaa in both HKMiupii-utbi.
NOXAKTUM AMD N 1TICE.
LrvEs OFTHiQuanssor Enoland.
Th PtLouivu) or Walsinoham.
Hiixs, Lacks asd Fch.it Streams.
Thi Hons Makku.
PrBHTAlIC AND SHADOWS.
Teh Niobts ih aBAK-aooai.
. Table rog Carried.
Fa Leaves. Second Series.
Memories ovk the Watka.
Bebtha amo Lilt.
Tub Hkhmit's Dell.
Honet Moo and other Comicalities.
Miss Leslie's Behavior Book.
Tuts, Xuat and The Ofiikr.
For sale by CUARLxS W. PMITB
FRESH AREIVALS STJMMEE WEAR.
GENrS French Calf Stitched Boots;
do Plain Prunella Ties;
do Tipped do do
do I. L. Dreu Shoes; just received by
KAMAGK A CUtRCIIr
Je 42 College street.
BANK OF NASHVILLE.
BLANK CHECKS iu Larue and Small Books on BANE
OF NASUV1LLE, a new and superior lot, for sale by .
jc23 0 a CHARLKS W. SMITH.
VT MEREDITU having engaged Mr. OufUvus Ender
v Labby, of Lynchburg, Virginia, an experienced To
bacco Manufacturer, will continue the manufactory of To
bacco under his supervision, solely, at the old stand, Colli je
street, from Tennetaee, Kentucky and Missouri Leaf, for
the wholesale trade only.
All Tobacco sold by him is warranted to be as represented.
fel)20 tf W. M.
OVE HUNDRED Thousand lb. Bacon:
luObbU.Lard, for which I will pay th highest
market price in cash or grocerie. Also, Feathers, Wool,
beeswax, Tallow, Oinaeng, and Kags, Ac, in exchange for
Odes. Ijel CHUK0U ANDKKKoN.
L) AIM) It .We are selling Letter and Cap Paper by the
ream or case cheaper than it ha ever been old In thi
city. Call and (eeourpaneratoae dollar and a quarter per
I pain before you buy elsewhere.
S. II. LOOMIS A CO,
jan9 Agent for Manufacturer
OIT.NI.K THIS DAY BY
R- a KcXAIRY ft CO.
") ICn EVENING FANS;
V PKIDAL "
Rich Embroideries in an varieties;
French Worked Capa, I .,.
Lace Trimmed " JEvoibO.
Rich Evening Dreesea;
44 Silk Evening Drcsea;
All of the above are uk new thing, Jnst to hand.
oot24 it. C. McNAIRY A CO.
a cardT; ""
HAVING opened in our newalore, No. M College itreet,
we hype to see our old friends and customer, and a
we are !i.-ose,l to do anything and everything in reaxa tor
their accommodation, hope none will take offence at, or deem
cs unrrasonabl in the adoption of the following ruie fur th
future eoiiilu.t of our businea.
No good sent out on approbation.
No amNei given
No goods taken back or exchanged when one botrit.
No goods bought bj ort or upco verbal nriteva will be ta
in, luck. JccM . - H.C. McNAlRV A CO.
UltlillEDV A fAHMICIIAEL,
NUESEBYMES, FLORISTS, ,
AXD LoJSTlSCAFE GARDENERS, :
Three M tt from the city, on th UUbboro Turnpike,
UATt arale Fruit Trees, Orape Vine, Ever
zXl (ttven and Ornaaaental Tree, Mi rubs, itoaea, 4
Orernhouae ptanla, 0ag Orange lor hetga, .
Uarden laid out or r odeH4. iiowjuou to onler v
al all seaauoa. VQ(7 1 tm
!I AM EACTt UI.D TOBACCO.
X70R SALE AT TH FACTORY
' - fWbctveX. 8olumr;
WS - r " "
$ " J. Lyon' 8 o. htfrrt
x II. Morgan's i. lump;
.it - 8 Lamp J. C. Horn;
AH of which win ba sold low aa abort time, bv
Mi-O-tf W. MEREDlT I.
Leaf Tubaaeo waaed, for wMch th hlget market prc
wlM ka given, al Ik Fauwv. stprwt W t.
CATLUf S SORTH AJtrXRICAS I5DLA33.
HISTOBt OF THI IJIDIAN TRIBV8 OF NORTH AM ER
ICA, with Kefraphtcal Sketches and sneodotea of O
J'rinnU Chum, embeUtshed with JTut-Jntt mid
7VwX fortm, from ihm itnUtry la th War
IVpartinetit at WaahrngtoB, In three volume, ISxlS inches.
Ong-taal cost I1.'. 1 wid sell Ui trurk atnusnaily tnw far
tti. f,aprlJ J0UN B. WtiT.
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED..
THIS COMPANY being fully organized, according to char
ter, ia prepared to write Policies aralnat r.ftfW or I) A ST
AGE BY FIRE, on Building, Goods, Ware and Merchandise
generally, aiso, on anipmenta aarainst Ions or damasre bv
Seas, River, or Inland Transportation, on tlie most favora-
Life and Negro Policies granted at Current rates.
Oilice, No. 50 College street. East side, between Union sk
ana ruwic square.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VANLEER. JAMES WOODS.
JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
HENRY HART, Jr., R. C. McNAIRY,
THOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREA.
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
James Walerk, Secretary. my.
T'ENNESSFE 1I tltlvp Xr I IIITT
A Insurance Company Capital s
Public Square, mid way between the Nashville
- w.vrw. v.u.e ud -lie nurin Bias or cne -- -
Inn and Planters' Bank. They will make Insurance on
Houses and Goods of every description, aeainst fire: on
Steamboats and cargo, against fire and the risk of the river;
on the cargo of Keelboats, Flatboata, and other river craft;
and on Sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms.
J. M. H1I.L, President.
Jos. Vaclx, Secretary.
Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods,
Aiex. Allison, John M. liill,
F. B. Eogg, Jacob McGaveck,
R. H. Gardner, Matthew Watson,
O. M. Fogg, Jno. J. White,
January 2S, 1852 tf.
THE TtlETTTAT. PROTErTin.
1 Insurance Cnmnanr of Nash
ville, Office on Cedar street, adjoining the
Poet Office, and opposite the Verandah, will In- .r"' & .
jure on the mutual principle, Houses, Merchandise, Ac,
aa-ainst loss or damage by Are. Steamboats on any of the
Western Waters against the hazard of inland navigation
and the Cargoes of vessels of every description against the
perils of the seas and rivers. Also, the lives of persons in
good health, for a single year, for a term of years or during
life. Also, Bank Notes transmitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property insured in this
nstitution, arc entitled to a full participation In all the prunu
without any liability to loss beyond the amount of premium,
allien they may pav.
M. 8. PILC1IER, President.
JXO. P. J01LNS0N, Vice r ' lent.
0. J. F. Wbartcs, Secretary.
June 6, 1S60 tf.
B. W. & J. P. POECE & CO.,
WHOLESALE ISOOT AND SHOE HOCSE,
No. 21 Ilayne .treat,
Cliarlc-fcton, S. C.
WE invite the attention of the Trade to our extensive
stock. apl9 dly
I HAVE this day associated with m in the wholesale Gro
cery, Commission, deceiving and Forwarding business,
Mr. S. N. Uo'liiifsworth, lute of Clarksville, Tenn., under
the name and style of "Uart and Hollinpsworth."
oct. HENRY HART, Jr.
HENRY IT ART, Jr S. N. HOLLINGSWORTH
EAET & HOLLINGSWOIiTH,
WHOLESALE f.HOCEISS COH!! ISSION,
EECEIVUrO AND F0BWAEDING
No 5 Market street, NASHVILLE, TENN.
JUST OPENED, DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA, large
assortment ol the best Sole Li-atlier Covered
TriinkN, 26,29 and SO Inches.
Biack Iron Framed Trunks, Tray Tops, all sixes.
" " " Plain J
Ashland Valises an! Buggy Trunks, No. 1.
All in want of Trunks of the very best quality, at the
lowest prices, would do well to examine our stock before pur
chasing. KAMAGK A CHURCH,
marl -J 42 College street.
SPLENDID ET02K OF
NEW STVLES CAIU'ETS
Opening this day, by JL. C. McNAIRY A CO.
TO WKAVE3S AND SPINNEES.
JOHN B. WEST ha recenMy received the following- ar
clesinthe spinningand weaving line, viz:
Revolving Temple, Machine Cards, Stripping Cards, Car
Plyers, Card Cleaners, Comb Plata, assorted, Emery, Pick
era, two kinds, Steel and Cane Slaies, Shuttles, ass'd, Lace
Leather, Roller Cloth, Calf and Sheep Roller Leather, Har
ness Twine and Eyes, Ring travellers, from 0 to 43. Hemp
H0ZLEHT, GLOVES, Ac.
J US' received a large stock of White, Brown and Fancy
colored Cotton, Silk and Lisle Thi ead, Hose and Glove
CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
ap28 No. 13 Cedar itreet.
CltsAItS 15,000 extra Principe Cigars, received re
express this day by WEASEL A THOMPSON.
ONI IF lot! doien Sco ch and Macoboy Snuff, In but
O ties and kegs, fur sale by
aprlT WESSEL A THOMPSON.
KANTEL PIECES AND OTHER MARBLE WORK,
AT ItEUI CEU IMtK EN.
nl'GH HENDKK30N propose to cell Marble Mantel
Piece, Monuments, and a variety of other work, of floe
ITALIAN .ECrYPTIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
t reduced price. noV28 tf
Other papers advertising for me, will please copy the fore
going. H. 11.
THIS old establUhed paper haa a large and an increaiep
circulation in lower East Tennessee, Georgia and
North Auibama, and la otfered to the Duslness Men of Nash
ville as one of the best ADVERTISING MKDICMS. Term
moderate. feb'.'2-tr F. A. PARHAM.
M. W. ALEXANDER F. A. PARIIAM.
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE AND
T7CHtoe collection of doubtful or other claims; baytng,
1 sel ing, or renting lands, lota, procuring situations, Ac.
Prampt attention and undoubted references when required.
fcb.tf ALEXANDER A PARUAM.
J. II. C E II HEY
Cabinet ITIaker and Endertaker.
BEGS leav to inform his friends and the public generally,
that he keep constantly on hand Coffin of every de
scription, from the plainest servnts' to the 8n M eta lie air
tight aad air exhausted Coflina, the best cow in use for pre
serving the Corps; together with good Hearse and Horses,
and everything necessary for burial.
All order left at my Ware Room, No. 61 Cooper' Building,
Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, butu day and
DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP. .
T'lIE partnership heretofore existing between R. L. Cren
shaw and D. . Wright ha thi day been dissolved by
mutual consent. R. L. Crenshaw is alone authorited to set
tle up th banners of th late dm. All person indebted
to the concern by note, account or otherwise, ar earnestly
u ioted to coma forward and make immediate payment, a
longer indulgence cannot be given. All peiAuna holding
claim aga'nst th firm, are requested to file the same with
Mr. Crenshaw for payment. R. L. CRENSHAW.
March 19, ISM. tpr D. S. WilGHt.
rT''lIa! ondemlrned. lat of Augusta, Georgia, having pur
A chased of Messra. SiciroL M Pkacock their stock, will
continue the CummLsioa and Orooery Bustness, at lhlr old
stand, corner of Mark.t and Church itreeU.
'! SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.
HAYING sold onr stock of Me-chandlj to Mcs-srs. fr.
ttora, Fiasrxo A Co., late of Augusta, Georgia, w
lake pi. as a re in recommending than to Mr customer, a
genllemea in evorv way worthy their aapport ard patron
my'.o NiCUoL A fKACOCK.
SEYJiOlK, F1MG & CO.,
(mnuru to iicskk, rtxcoc.,)
TV aa is . m a a 7 n norKKS.
COXULSSION AND rOSWAEDINO KE2 CHARTS,
AMI n.AL.aiwa i.s
Bacon, Lard, Corn, Wisat, Tettliera, Beewax,
Dried Fruit, At,
CornVr ?IrVet and Cbarrb Street,
. , NASHVILLE, TENS.
SEAGO & LAWRENCE,
Grocers, Commission 3Ierchasts,
; ' aed SEjoaaa l
GRAIN, BACON. LARD, IHY, FUCTT. FLOTS, Ac Ac
N. TJacJ 14 WUibhaJl ireet, A I !!, dot. .
CONSIGNMENTS reapectfttny (olictled and prompt return
promised. Ctt advance ffveu Prodnc. la tture,
and sua oedr tl-d wita proctaea sjvd ear.
pr tri a
f OLA?SE-it'9 bbla. th-kw PUBtailoa Vlo!jci,
it L Uiutlof from turamcri Acverisa ami Irasta. For salt
w. u. uyauo A CU.
NASHVILLE AND .TIE.TIPIIIS
TJlflTED STATES KAIL PACKET LLRZ.
J. G. CLINK. JOHN SIMPSON. CITY of HUNTSVILLE
For IflcmphU, New Orleans, St. LouIm,
"pnK splendid new paseenirer steamers CITY OF HCNT3--
VILLE, Cableb, Master, leave Nashville every Mon
day at 6 o'clock, p. m .
4.G.CLINE, J as. Davis, Master, leave Nahville every
Wednesday at 6 o'clock, p. m.
JOHN BIdPSON. Jace Davis, Master, leaves NashTiile
every Friday at 6 o'clock, p. m
Connecting at Paducah with the daily Louisville and St.
Louis Tnited State Mail Boats, and at Memphis with the
splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H. R, W. HilL Geo.
Collier and Ingomar.
The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far the speediest mean of travel
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. L. DAVI3, I .
A. HAMILTON, JgnM-
JNO. S. 6 W. 0. BRIEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 23 Cherry Street. ap3
TnE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN, containing Hirrs to
tiroMvMRH, Notes oh SBOoniro and the Habitm or tbb
Game Birds axd Wild Fowl or America, by K. J. Lewis,
M. D. For sale by CHARLKd W. SMITH,
JUST received a lot of Bhlrt colars of the nest ouality
and some of them entirely sew style.
CUITUN ft AFflOTT.
P09 No. IS Cedar street.
r'l.Ol'K 1 FOIItL!
lf0 barrels of extra on hand
Those who want an extra irt tele can iret itat anv time.
and at lair rate, by calling tt
nv2 H. T. YEATMANft.
H. 8HEFTIELD, 21. D.,
Rev. J. A. Poll-, Cleveland, Ohio,
Rev. G. B. Per ay,
Prof. C. D. WatiAMH, u "
Prof. J. H. Pclte, CiuclnnaU, M
Prof. E. C. WiTUKRiu., "
Dr. J. D. Abmstrono, Louisville, Ry.
Rev. Charles Tom eh, Nashville, Ten a.
Mr. J. B. CaaiuuEAU, "
Office No. 66V Cherrv street, nn ataira. five itnnn Aml,
of the Post Oilice. niar3 1
NOTICE TO THE LADIES AND GENTLE HEX
SM AKK3 would most respectfully announce to the La
. dies and Gentlemen of Nashville and vicinity, that he
has opem-d a Bleaching and Pressing establishment, where
he will Bleach and Press Hat and Bonnet In the latest and
most approved style, without injuring the Braid. He will
pledge himself to give general satisfaction to all who may fa
vor him with their patronage. Mrs. Marks, as a profession
al Milliner and Dress Maker, can always be found in the ea
tabliahment, with a general assortment of Trinunimrs. Rib
bons and Ready-made Bonnet of the latest Fashion, the
will be most happy to wait on all who may patronise
he, and will try every exertion to please.
No. 17 Spring street,
ftb3 tf Between College and Market.
N. B. Bieachiug and Pressing for the trade on the mot
(IT II AW Cl'TTEIIS toil FIVE IOL
k3 LA IIS A substantial article. Just received and for
sale by D. D. DICKEY,
'eh. N. s College street, Naahville.
MAOTFACTUBEE3 AND 2HLLEE3.
WE are general Agents for the sale of all Cotton and
Woolen fabric manufactured In the Plate of Tenn
e, and have appropriated a large and commodious room
nluly for their sale and storage. We have also ppropria-
tea anoiner room lor tne sale and storage or FLOUR alone.
And we would respectfully call the attention of both Manu
facturer and Miller to thi arrangement.
ct w. 1L GORDON A CO.
JUST received a large .assortment of fine Silk Umbrella, of
all sixes and colors. CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
d2S No. 15 Cedar street.
LE ATI! Ell UELTINU On hand and for tale
hy D. D. DICKEY,
febG No. S College itreet, NaahvUI .
OLANSES. 200 bbls. choice Molas.ee for sale, to
arrive per E. Howard left New Orlean Sth March.
maris W. H. GORDON A CO.
Bit t N I V, Ac 25 English casks Cog. Brandy.
l bbls. Monongahela, Old Bourbon and Old Rye Whisky
10 Malaga Wine,
lfl half bbls. do. dj.
8 half pie Charrtpaigne Brandy,
1 Pipe Holland Gin, is store and for sale by
marl8 W. U. GORDON A CO
NEW HANKING HOE.SE.
J0US P. JAME3....A. WUELES3-...DAY1D D. JAMES.
JOHN IK JAttE!. & CO ,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEAL EES,
Next door the Bank of Naahville,
Jn?9 Nuslivillc, Tenn.
COLLECTIONS made oa all th eitie of the Coiled
State, and prompt return made, by
anl JOHN D.jTAMEfl A CO.
OLD AND SILVEIt bought and sold at beat rate
by JOHN D. JAM EH A CO.
Fpi.TI E A N 0 1 4; 1 1 T It I L IN on all the prioclpal
cine in in Lnion, bought ar
nd sold at the lowest rate
JOHN D. JAME3 A CO.
INTER ENT paid oa Deposits by
Jan 19 JOHN D. JAMES A CO
It A N Just reeetrrt!, per steamer SiUli West, Seven-
ty-tnree sacks lfraii, and tor sale bv
aprl B D. D. HICK IT.
G. W. HENDERSHQTT,
Corner of Cedar Street and tne Square,
, HAS received the most of hi Spring itnck.faf
If I nd haa the pleasure of offering a meet splendid Vf
A L A lot of Drugs and Medicine, and wnu'd offer to 1 A
weblhe Public the purest article of every kind. It I only
necessary to say that all medicines, and every article aolJ
by me, ar of Wie beat quality.
aprW G. W. HENDERSnOTT.
MI EMI LI.UE J L ICE Sold by
L apr23 Q. W. ULNDEIUnOTT.
COX GUESS WATEIt, Uxington Mustard, war
ranted genuine, pur Brandies and Wine lor madicad
purpose. Sold by G. W. UENDCRdUOTT.
SIJIPSON & WOLGFI Arwnaatlf Schie
dam ACltUappe. id to be a very god metlietne,
tor sale by G. W. UtNDERdUOTT.
lprX9 W. IlA.lVEyilVll.
Bpr-i3 O. W. nENDFRSIIOTT.
O I'll ENOESi of almoal every kind.
J5 pri6 J. W. HSNDEI3aOTT.
IlintE Dlktilled IIoe Watr.
' sprt9 O. W. litiWDERSnOTT.
VFINE .tSHOIlT.TIIi.1T of Perfumery and Ex
tract, vaj-wta kind; also tbe beet quality of Coiof am.
For aale by lpr5tJ O. W. atNDtRSUOTT.
TIN DOW CiLAS! Yariouj slse lor aale low by
aprtS U. W. UEJiDEKiHOTT.
CHEESE SS txEe eatra Nutosrf Che se, fcoeiv
J tlii day anJ for sale by
aprlf - wcrri. m TH')a rypv
A V C T I O N E II II ,
AND GENERAL AGUiT,
So. C3 Cherry Stmt, NaAaTiiu, Teaa,
WILL attend ta tk twW of Dry Good, iiroeerwe. Real
ttale,a.-id Prnoa-.! Property.
Ak-n. will .tLrnrf t lb. B.hi -nrn- f .. ,f
- ... ..... V, U W - , V.
Uoom, ftAd li:r t $iirm, 43.
WTKi aa..ll-.- .A l-l. . - V - ! a . .
tai k t.A . Ila K k.T srt
lJOOK!l THAT A HE HOOKS."
SrvrNTY-nvc To:me of PAitnaBs I.lbrarr el
( tialce Ucaellntr, ta Pp-e wnj, I wai n lea
IbaataeeMt. . . . , CUAJtL-a W. fckUXU
COPPEHAt 1 0 Ms Green 9raaBiile 0PV'M
t ia tor and Aaaki by W. U. tloKDuN A CO.
IIJOOLI WtOLl waat Ba wastatd
V " W CMRDOJ. A CO.
CHURCH AND EH SON,.
J WHOLESALE GS0CZH.
tCemnilfiaion and l'ortvardinEnrcha
I No. 1 and 2 Broad St.. nashville. tens..
STEW AST k OWEN,
No. ST Market street, a few doors below their o d stand, and
next door to W. U.Gurdea A Co.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
KEEP constantly on hand all kinds of
Improved COOKING STOVES; also.
pioves 01 various Kim., sucn as Parlor, noli, I.;
nutea, , i ana iu plate moves. Also,
proved Coal Stove, of all kinds; Enamel
and Plain Maatle Grates. Ca.ti.igs or
1 1 EISDS.
Job Work soficHed, and execnted with neatne and de
patch. Feathers, Giuaeng, Beeswax, Pewter and old Copper
taken In exchange for wares, Ac.
F.8. We hope our old customer win remember a la
FEAEN, D0NEGAN A CO.,
Commission A- Ferwarlinx IMerchanta
Tho. Fearn, Wm. P. Atwood,
Jan. J. Donegan, A. M. Hopkins.
They keep an oftice at Huntaville.
Sept 9, l47e-tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 15
AND impost. an or
F0EEIQN WINES,UC.TTOES, CI0AES & TOBACCO,
No. 19 Cedar Street, near the Post Office,
JOHSDOTLE T. L. MARSHALL W. J. DOTUE.
J. DOTLE A CO.,
Soap and Candle manufacturers, and
Parkers of Pork and Href,
No. 8S South Front street, NASn VILLE, TENN.
Iliffhest nrii-n ns.iil Inra.h for sItn. n. .Ml
FRESUUM BOOT AND SHOE MAJTUTACTOSY.
JAMES W. HAMILTON EBEN FULLER.
HAMILTON A in.I.EIt,
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE KANUTACTOST,
Corner of ?Iarket and Spring htm.
NASH VILLI!, TENN.
U7 E wonld Inform our friends and the public that we
are still at our old stand on Market street, where we
have on hand and are manufacturing a much better assort
ment of work than we have ever before olfered to the public.
consisting in part of the following kiniLs:
Men' superfine French Calf Boot and Waiters;
Men's aud Boys' fine Caif Shoes, Oxford and Monroe Tie;
" Boys am! Youths' Calf and Rip Boots, waW-prool;
aud Bora' Kin and Thick Boots. double and sino-le aula:
Boys' an,! Tooths Kir Shoes, ""
Double Sole Nsrro Ilrojrans.
House servants' Mioes, heavy and lighs
Youths' and children's coarse aud flue fchoes.
Lad.es' and Misses Calf LouU, sewed an J peg.d.
M mm Kit
" Fre-.ch Mo. "
" " Tampion4 ' " "
' " " French Morocco Boot, few
We are making our own work from select stork, and ia
good styks, and warrant every part of the workmanship.
Prices Low and cxiroa.
I vT" Work made to order. Also, repairing promptly to J
tW Cash paid for Hides or taken in exchange.
lanl.1 ly HAMILTON A FULLER.
EUPE4.I0B PIANO F0BTXS.
JNO. U. WEST,
HAf now In store a large supply of PrAVr.
FOKTr-H, of very superior tone, style T."J
and flnish, of , 6, 6, and I ocUve. man-1 fill 1
Hallet, Davuj A Co., Boston,
T. GiLRKJtT A Co., Boston,
Negro A Ciaee, New York,
chief), for durabihfy, perfection and volume ef tone, are
lot equa.ed by any other maker known in thi market, and
shich he will dispose of at manufacturer' prices, with the
addition of carriage. Those wishing to purchase would do
sell to apply soon, a he I quite crowded, and anxious Is
sel , to make room for others very soon expected.
ORISWOLD'S COTTON GINS.
rTHE subscriber being agent for the sale of the above gins,
A will keep a supply on baud, or furnish Planter at short
These gin have the character of making good lint, gin
ning faster, running lighter, cleaning the seed better, taking
out more monts an trash, and having boxes more durable
and secure against fire, than any other gin now in use, aud
are offered on terms more advantageous to the purchaser.
The most satisfactory references can be given to establish
thi reputation, which they are also WAaaAarsoto maintain
on trial, if used according to the directions sent with each.
augl tf U.T. YtATMAN.
20O HEU AHD.
RANAWAT from Nashville the negro woman BflNERTA;
of a dark cr-ppe color; very fleshy In habit; having
quite a prominent eye; walk awkwardly; om 0 tret or 8
inches in height. he ha been employed in Naahville aa a
seamstress several years, and may be lurking about town
preparatory to making her escape to a free Htate, having re
cently been detected iu an attempt to get off. If taken out
of the Ptute. I will give two hundred dollar for her appre
hension, and one hundred dollars if taken in the Slat and
lodged in the Nashville Jail.
janKJ-tf THOS. M. PF.TWAT.
OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA.
VT ITU Biographical Sketches and anecdotes of the Prtn-
V cipal Chiefs. Embellished with ISO Poeteaits, from
the Indian Gallery at Washington, in 8 volume complete.
Receutly received and for sale low by JNO. B. WIM.
ALftO Just to hand, 34 Mixtis's Ceieiiated Gcitae
aas'd ol Roscwxjd, Ivory and Pearl ornamented,
leia J. B. W.
THE IlllVr ANNEAL
State Fair and Exhibitcn
Jlcchanics Institute of Tennessee,
Will open nt Odd Fellow,' Hall,
IN THE CITV OP N AMI VILLE,
Ca th First Honday of October, 1355.
MANUFACTURERS, Mechanic. Artist, and all other
are invited to contribute specimen of their skill and
abor. Competent Judge will be api.ninted to examine all
article exlubit. d, and award PUa.MiL "Ab lo those entitled
to them under the rule.
All article sent for exhibition wiil be strreil wiU.oot ex
iense to the owner, and tt.oui.l be nnt lo the care of Wm.
U. Gordoa A Co.,Commi-ton Merchants, Market sreet.
The ol'ject of the F.iir is ta d.velrp und encourage th
Manufacturing sn l Mechanical tLtnests cf the ?t:ile. It
management is in the hand of a eioimiitee of reliable and
and energetic men, and its suii es is placed bejond a doubt;
and an limitation is moat ecrdi.-my and eorfidently extended
t all who may be dbfosed to participate in its alvntagj
No Cracce will be made to exhibitors, either fertile privi
lege of exuiniting or (or admission to the rair.
The opening of the Mate Agricultural Fair and tie meet
ing of the Legislature sirouluiieooa w.tli the (peoing of lh
Mecbauica' Exhibition, w.li add unusual lutert.t to tne oo.
lon. .'aCCLAKd, containing fu:l details of the plan of th ex
hibition, and ail ather information desired, will be prompt,
foiwafiicd by asidretaicg tiliitref tba undeilcned.
M. SI. M-iNOiiAN. Pres'l.
U. K. Wautxa, Cor. Sec'y spri .
rOCD TOE KAN AND LEAST.
CORN 10 sacks Corn; 5 tt tack Oars; tiA bale by
received and for sal, by D. D. DICKEY,
an'S No. i College street.
WELLElt A COOPER,
EHEZT-HLON AND TIN-PLATE W0HIEE3,
No. 35 ?Iarkt Street.
(At Us well know stand of ten, 8. Weller ) TT
KAiUVlLLE, TENNn . W,W
KEEP ecnst.mtly on hand a Hoe assortment of TINWARE,
that will be saad. wtth particular rrfereBce tithe re
tail trwhr, togn Lbcf waa evory variety of work ottlly found
lo our bustnr..
UiidunKTub, OTee Mills
to inter ocale, Cr.aJt.ng Dishes,
Tea K aulas. Coffee L'ras,
Cotton Caas a superior article.
Ice Oeam Frecxcrs Japanned T"o Ware,
tST'particular attention wia be paid to Job Work, whkll
we wilt do to noue but good, workman-uk auncr. We
trust our f.MUd wul letidcr as at least a portion ef their
pairoaaf. aprl eaa
AMERICAN IILACKUOARU CRAYONS,
ARRANTED free from Grit or any wtatiaou afc-
staivo vl.Ab.ver; aad superior to any other crayons
av la .
After having girvn the Aricaa Blackbrard Crayon a
fair and Lnpartta. trial, and being fuliy eenviiieed of tir
aupenor awi, we readily f' eur tastiooay ta ntvoe of
their being tb best Crayon that we have ever a : on
kming all th qaaliUca that could be deihred ia Msca SB ar
Ud. Thocaa fherwin, English High Fcbcol, Boeton,
i.eo. Allen, Jr, Haaeoca '
Hubbard Wflnslow, .jung La ks'
J. IX i; Ubrxk, Htate Karmal fthesd, X. rrilaiB, Cooa .
FraaCM i. Wiil.a4, Euglirl. li .'b jW! lkton, .
Pierre A A3n, knj. lMauu--al h hf I, W. Nwtv,
-' t N. T-mndtast, itaia Normal hrh-jd, BrkhyewatisT,
- Jiattta-i Irasiy.Msneawawr liisia ecaowi, .-. . ,
J. e. muq, Puiiiu Aca-my, Aviuvr,
'. A R. P"ve, N-mervtlie, '
' . W. piywu tua, tt Knmial M oad, . ei?,N. T.
fclCsrhige ata. lb, ciu'cidh-. LiA
rereat fl.SU.U V. SMITJ.
(-y!" it .