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AT THIS OFFICE.
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t"ff 8. H. PARYIN, newspaper and advertising agent,
9incinnati,lt authorised to receire and receipt for luuacrip
I odi and advertising for the True Whig.
HAIL ROAD MAIL.
TIME FOR THE MAII.S ON THE CHATTANOOGA B.R.
Leave Nashville at T A. M. anl P. M.
Arrive at Nashville IX A. M. and P. M.
The Mails fur the Eisu-rn and iSoutliern Cities close at 4
r. M. and for Way Oilices at 8 o'clock, P. M.
Jy81 B. R. ANDERSON, P. II.
THURSDAY nOK.MX;. Alt. O.
IIiver News. The CumWland was etill
swelling yestcrJay. Tlitro is now plenty of
water for email class Wta. Tlio Umpire ar
rived yesterday w ith a light freight, and loft in
the everting with a pretty consiJeralilo fcliip
rnent ofwheat. r
Iliver business is on usually dull considering
the stage of water. The ncarcity of freights ia
attributed to the fact that our wholesale iner
chonta have shipped their goods via Charles
ton tfc Savannah, preferring a slightly increas
ed freight bill to risking the uncertainties of
I'ain, Rain. The fall of rain for the last
three dnys lias been unusually heavy. It
seems to come down without the leat effort,
and in the most princely profusion. Umbrellas
are necessary fixtures upon the person of out
aiders, and linen toggerel stands the poorest
kind of a chance.
The effect upon the growing cotton crop of
eo innch rain, is a put ject of wine apprehen
sion, though we hoie nnneocfifarilv o. IIk
who has given the proini.-e will pee to its fnl
fillment. It is better to banish lcars and ap
prehensions, and be thoughtful for the abun
dant profusion with which the earth hasjidd
d to the hnsbandrnai)'.s labor.
Tennessee WatAT in Xik You-. We learn
that the wheat from Tennessee is commanding
considerable attention at the Grain Exchange in
New York, compares favorably with the host brands
in the market, and commands the highest prices.
Our mercbiuiU are buying freely here for tdiipmeut
at 75c per bushel and large quantities are d;ii!v go
ing forward, mostly via the Chattanooga load. The
steamer Umpire took out a small lot yesterday.
It is CHtiiualcd that at least SOo 000 buehela of
wheat will be exported from Tennessee this year,
and Corn in propotion. Tliis will make a vast dif
ference from the elate of things last year, when
morn money than will be received for that wheat
was paid out in importing produce.
Wbcat is selling ia New York at fl.C0aJl.C5
Glasgow, Ky., Aug. 7, lPSS.
Mr. Editor : The following results we have just
received. The following ate majorities: Green
county 200, Adair 400, Taylor S00, Slarion 750,
Washington 1100, Allen 70. Clarke, the Detuo
cratic candidate, gets the above majorities. Uore
head's majority iu this (Barren) county, is 840. Of
course no one cun tell who is elected Governor.
Underwood is elected to Congress by a large ma
jority. Morchead'a majority iu Warren is 747.
Both members to the Legislature from this county
are Americans. In haste,
Nashville Jocknal of Mkdiciek and Sca
f.EKT. This valuable and popular periodical
for Aii-rust. is-all cad v before the public. Its
ample dimensions, neat typography, and great
variety of readable, instructive matter, con
tinue to recommend it to the favor of an ap
preciative public, and especially of the Medi
cal Profession. Its learned and indefatigable
editor pursues the even tenor of his laborious
career, apparently without wearing his en
ergies, or any diminution of his versatile re
We have received Galveston dates to the 2Sth
ult. Business has been light in that city. There
is no sickness there.
QGcDeral news from the interior is yet favorable
to crops; it is apprehended, however, that the heavy
r&ius which hare lately fallen over various sections
of country might prove destructive to Cotton. On
an average, Cotton in Texas is said to he three
weeks behind, compaied with the two past seasons.
Business is quiet at Houston; receipts of Cotton
are mainly confined to arrivals of teams from a great
Col. M. T. Johnson has withdrawn from the can
vass as a candidate for Governor. The contest,
then, is restricted to Tease and Dickson. j
Mortality In New Orleans.
JSaw Orleans, Aug. 4.
There have been 92 desths from yellow lever in
the Hospital this week, being nine lets than last
The Potato Crop ia Ireland.
The Dublin correspondent of tho London
Time says: Mid-July is now past, and for the
first time these seven years it lias loen rendered
memorable by the absence of the fatal blight
w hich for a succcstuon of seasons destroyed the
. Ktaple food of the Irish easantry. The state
' of the weather, nevertheless, for the last week
or ten days, has not been as favorable as could
be wished at this critical juncture. There has
Wen a great deal of thunder and lightning,
followed or accompanied by the nsual heavy
fdiowera of rain, and in some district crops of
all kinds have Buffered more or less daiuago,
Stilllhoc 6Unns have been by no means gen
eral throughout the country, and there is yet
every reason to hope for tho realization of the
prospect of an early and abundant harvest.
Tho Cork Lqiortcr thus tieak of the xtato
"The 12th of July is over a dy Ion? mentor
, ble in Ireland, and bringing wiih it," through many
dreary year the renewal of bitter animosities and
party strilts of late, unhappily bringing, with even
more unvarying certainly, calamity of another kiud.
In the recurrence o! that niylrious blight which
has fallen so heavily on the poor roan's food. Since
the first failure of the potato crop iu this isUnd, we
believe that tho date referred to ha never passed
without d'lFiinct and ntiniiaUtkeable signs that the
disease in question had re appeared with greater or
1 ..Mi iri 1 . - .!;. ( 1 j
....,,. . j , uv u.r- muslin 1110
fatal Pt'ason in 1847, wo Iiavc pawed the JreaJeJ
day without, so far aa we cau learn, any authenti
cated proof pf ita return; and all our olM-rvations,
and all tho trport received by us lead n to ScIIoto
that, up to the present mouiot't, tlic crtp ia u per.
foct hualtli and ripor. We cannot, indeed, be sure
that it ia Bofe; but there doca cem every ground
for confidence In ita a!etr, and people moot piren
to uneaaineaa, bepn to breathe freely, now that the
1 2th of July id ovir without any aaoerUiued injury.
Let us hope aiucvrcly that Uie trust now CJjxjii
enoed will be well founded."
EXCEIPTS ET EIVES.
Frora On Books of the Chamber of C
PADUCAII rer Umpire.
65 bbl whiskey; 154 colli rope; 100 bxs eoap;
10 tone machinery; 5 do pig; iron; 100 bandies
broom LaiiJlt; 20 bxt booki; and 25 pkgi tundrics.
WEEKLY EX VIEW OF THE MARKET.
TRUE WHIG OFFICE, I
Nash villi. Aug. 9, 1855. )
The weather since our last review, has been ex
cessively wet. The fall of raiu has been very heavy,
though, with the exception of some little damaje
to wheat lying out, tio material injury is expected
The river has been swelling under the recent
heavy rains, aud there is now plenty of water for
, small class boats. There is no business for them,
however, and there has been but one arrival and
departure in a week.
Business is quite as active as usual at this season
of the year. The trade in Produce is quite heal
thy, and in Groceries there is considerable activity.
The Wholesale Dry Goods Merchants are receiving
and opening their stocks for the fall trade, and will
be ready in a few days to receive their customers.
COTTON There is nothing doing in this mar
ket Trices elsewere are well sustained, and the
prospect now is that tho market will open at good
figures. The growing crop promises well, though
eorae uneasiness is felt lest the profusion of rain
may cause it to grow too rankly in the weed.
TOBACCO There is nothing doing in Tobacco.
COFFEE The stock is ample for present de
mands, 8nd prices are unchanged.
FEATHERS are selling at 25c, a slight decline
from our previous outside figure.3.
GRAIN The trade in wheat is quite active, and
considerable quantities are changing Lauds at 75.
In Cork there is nothing doing, and will not be in
this market until the new crop begins to come in.
We quote 65 for yellow, and 70 for good white.
Oats are offered freely, and generally taken, at 40c
FLOUR There is no heavy business doing.
The arrivuls are mostly for the retail trade, and
sales are made at f5.50aG.00 per bbl., aud $2.50aS
per bag of 100 weight.
GINSENG has dropped down to 15c.
PROVISIONS The trade in Bacon is quite brisk,
and lota are readily taken at our figures; for which
see Price Current, Butter is selling at 12il5 in
lots to dealers, and 20u25 iu the market Laud
unchanged, lOall wholesale and 15c at retail
s', eal commands. 75aSO at wholesale, and $100 in
market. Eggs are selling at wholesale for Cc and
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT Our market con
tinues to be well supplied with vegetables sad fruits
at low prices.
CHICKENS are worth 10 a 15 according, to size,
the latter figure generally obtained.
Our country friends should. bear iu mind that the
city demand is sufficient to consume all the good
Butter, Lard, Fresh Eggs and vegetables they can
bring, aud that the price depends greatly on the
qua'.ity. Consumers do not stand upon 5c a
pound on an extra article of Butter and Lard,
and other things in proportion.
Steam Doat Disasters on the
AND STEAM HOAT UIKLtTOUV.
TMiE undersigned have now in course of preparation, a
new Slraui Itowt directory, which will he
ii.su ed in October next. The book will contain over two hun
dred pares, illustrated In the best style, and neatly bound
to aduralile manner. It will be one of the most interest
ing hooks aver published, and will be a book that will he
interesting to all classes of jwople. The STIC AM liOAT
DIRECTORY will contain a complete list and description of
all the Steam Itouls now afloat in the Western and South
ern Waters. The length, model, speed, power, and tonnHge
of each host, where and by whom built, the name of the
boot, with the trade she is in. Aim, the names of Captain
and officers, her ape, Ac, Ac. The Directory will contain a
llixtory of hteam Hosts and Steam Hosting on the Western
Waters, since the application of s eam; also, a sketch of the
first bo-it built for the Ohio river, with the name of the
builder, commander and owner.
The River Directory will contain a list and description of
all the Si team Hoist ItKaaU-rM that have occurred
on the Western and Southern Waters, beautifully illustrated,
with a list of all those who have perished hy their burning,
sinking and exploding, on the Western and .Southern Waters
The DIRECTORY WILL. CONTAIN MA I'M of the Oliio, ,
Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, White, Ked Oua-
ehila, Yasoo, and other rivers, with the Towns and Cities
laid down, with correct distance; also, many other River .
and Commercial Items of interest to the peopke at large.
The book will rouuiiu the cards of the various U. 8. Mall
Hoats, with the trade they are in, Ac, Ac. The Directory
will also contain a comple list uf all the responsible Steam
!(; Licensed Officers, their place of rroidrnce, Ac; ti e .
new team Uoat Law, Its requirements, with comments .
showing wherein it benefits the incooietent officer and In
jure the competent oiiiorr, Ac, and all the important U. 8.
Supreme Court Hiram Bout Decisions up to dale, tha Kates
and Important Commercial Priviloges, UiUs of LadiDg, Im
portant Decisions of the various L. fc. Courts in regard to
Freights Lost aud Damaged, Ac, with many ether things
The Directory will be illustrated in the best style and ,
printed in the best manner. The author lias for sn year i
been gathering together all the facta and items in regard to
the numerous sleamlmat disasters on tha Western and i
.Southern Waters, and now intends publishing them in book
form. The price of the wore will lie put at the low sum of
One Dollar. Ten thousand copies will be is-ued for the ,
boaUnen; and others desirous of sultscrihing will have to do
so at once, as none wiU be printed unless ordered in ad
vance The work is destined to have a circulation of over
EltillTi' THOUSAND copies, a the publishers are r.Jr- '
ing large numbers of subscriber, per mail, from all parts cf
thecountry, daily, home of the oldest boatmen, as well as
mest scientific nien of the times, are contributors to the
ftl I T remitting one dollar to J. T. LLOTI) A CO., you
will receive a oopy of the slxivs work. The work will be
issued in October. Agents at New Orleans, Memphis, gt.
Louis, Loulnville, Tituburg, Wheeling and Cincinnati, will
wait upon t'le steam boat eotrnnsnders.
All letters should be sldrcaM-d to .
JA8. T. LIaOTD A CO., .
J, Cincinnati. Ohio.
HffOspt. E. D. FARNRWOllTn will receive subscrlp-
a . i v.T a. 1 1 1 . s v ii 1 i
woui id iiMnfiiic! ana oj niasvii ;
University of Nashville.
WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.
THE Session of tills College, which consists of two terms '
commencing rvpeciivcly on the H'th September and
2v.h January, continues without interruption from the be-
ginniag to the close on tha Hth June, I'&S. At present '
there art seven Professors in tha College one other will be
swidrd. The course of stu.lics. In every department, is aa
thorough in U xl hooks and touching as Uiai of any College
in our country. Tha discipline Is strict, yet parental, and '
raaiutainrd by day and night. Mental, Moral and Physical
Culture, Economy and Dlscilln are the especial objects of
C!srse for Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, pVnranta,
attendance, use of Arms, Room, furniture, Towels, Bed
ding (esch Cadet to supply the pceewwry blanket) f I tM) per
term of 20 weeks, hurgeoo't fee and Medicines $3 er
term. Engineering, Modern Langusges, Book-Keeping and
Fendnj, each I0 per term. Students I'oarding with friends
re received on icial arrangements with the Chancellor or
Family, and charged :JT f0 per termf-r Tuition, Pnet.use
of I'uUic Rooms anc : Arms. For liartirnlars addresa
J. tKRKIKN UNDKLKY,
Chmre lor of the University, or
C. R. J0HS0N.
Jy?7 Sw Hiperintcudent of Uie Institute.
n. C- McNAIRY &. CO.
HATE this davreerlved per ftpres, OB'y days out
from Kr i ork, a b-autiful lt of
French-worked Collar, Sleeves and Chemisettes;
Mourning Collars and Siceve, in great variety;
Jaekonrt and ttmj Eilg'nirs and IitserUngs;
Hhite Kmhroidt red Mu!ln Kobe?;
Ileautihil Evening Dreimea, new styles;
Plain, Ctieeked and Figured Nainsooke;
Plain and Ktrtped Imlnt Dimities;
Small Ked and White Fanr,
Sl.lendld llrhlal Fans:
Plain Moaslln I) Lainrs and Berages, for Traveling Presa
ea. Pocket Handkerchiefs, Nigit Cata, tili'V Itoxea, and
"m; nice iniic iiiings oo leiKW ia wraiip w --.
we win sell at the kiwr.t nssitle pnoea.
W shall reertvs during tlie eoiutnc fk an of Ii larg
est storks of l'iillsk and American CrpeU ever brought to
this tnaiktt. R. a McNAlKY A LX
IJ id Cii g UecL
WM. W. ENOXT
!Vo. hi. It road war, !VBbiIIe, Tciin.
K. R. To his own ka Las aJJed the entire stork and
ola ol the tale at. hacUa. jet a
It TO SOll. TATI.It.
nUI FOUKT U U u.Ursigned being Mf regularly
A supplied with loo, he ran omikmbWuj rccowunrnd it
U aB as bernf )ual U) any, aad Uu sapenor U nino-tenths
of tl.at mads anywhere, liw tyruf ax i-i hy new aad
uperwir prowns, allien (ires u tl.ctu a rk.h odur and dca-
tie also keeps a fine article of Med.
AARuN fTKtTai, Prof rlat,
1'9 Corsu Cvtcgc and Liuue ata.
WHOLESALE FItlCE CUHREKT.
AXES. I TESNESPFB IRON,
Collins Co.(Hartford)tlSal4 Bar, common, V
U. Collins A other make 914 Hand, '
Mould Tallow, V lb
W ton $3i(2,o5
404t! Green, $ It
Strained, V 6
Comb, V to
Common Castings $ S 4X3
Mill Cranks A Utxlgeonl 4
Wagon Boxes, lb X
Western Reserve, tt 1112
Carracass f lb ,SQ,1i
Engliih Dairy, " 14
Cumberland, ft bushel IS
Pig, fl to, 8c
Bar, " 8
Java, ) to 1718
Sole, oak Unned, y to 2S(2T
New Orleans, V gallon S5ft40
40c;8ugar House " 4 1
Golden Syrup euftt.u
Manilla, y to lS(a20
Americau Hemp, none.
Ala. A Ten. y to 79
lOd, keg, f,50
Irtt, V gallon,
700 and 800 8c 9 dot Sperm,
600 3o "
fXiO 10c "
41)0 lie 44
4-4 Sheeting Sc yd
Tanner's, p gnl 75&ll)0
do aup. ft gal, t&
White lead, in oil, per
Osnaburg 12.VC . keg f2 60
Tent Cloth, (8 yds Chrome Green, $ to , fco-IQ
wine) 4 ue uspanisa urown - -
Tarpaulin Cloth. 6aSe 1 PROVISIONS
Twilled Bagging, liX.H Bvon Hams, W to Ht1X
Denims, .. 16s25
Heavy Woolen Jeans, 4()a45
Laids or Linseys, 8oaSS
do shoulders 44 9&10
do sides, 1011
do hog round" lOIO!-
Beef, 44 C 00a6 U
Peainlcss bags, 4 SO y dot
Pork. " nominal
Patent machine, sewed, 40
DRUGS AM DYE STUFFS.
Butter, " 12Wai5
Meal, V bushel iWu,bo
" refined . "
Ilrimstooe, roll "
Carolina.fresh, to 7S
Sack fine V bug, 3 00
do coarse a w
Castor oil $ gal.l,509il 60
Cream Tarter, rK
'lor anlphur, "
Onm Araliic, 44
- Copal, " '
Flax Seed, 1 13
Iogwood gr'nd "
Oil Pepperm'ts "
Herd's Grass, $1,73
Buck, $ bag, t2,152,50
Cincinnati. brown 18 to 5
TanH iitine Bar 44 9(&10
Custile A Windsor " 11 WiU
1 0(11, in:
American Blister Tt GX&TX
English do . 44 13
Caot, . . 44 20
hear, . . Vswm
German, 44 12XW13
New Orleans, to 6X"&S
Live Geese, 8 to, -
Mackerel.No 1 bbl
Havana, white 44 8i&!
do brown 44 78
Loaf. . 44 10(?vl2
Crushed, 44 llwl2Jtf
Powdered, " 10412,
. " No
" No 8 12A13
."nice - 19
St Louis, tjjl bbl, none
(Jin-rer Race 9 to
Tennessee, 3,5o6 00
BraDdy French gal 2,&0ry,00
Raisins, 9 box, 3,M3;4 00
Almonds, 9 to, frM
do American b.j(u)c
Rum, Jamaica, 44 (lil.oO
do American, 44 6nc
Apiiles,dried V lmslu noue.
Peiuhes, " " 44
Peeled Peaches "
Ginseng, fl th, a 13
Oin, Holland, 44 $l,S0(?tl0
do American, BnftJil.ou
Whiskey, 44 . KX&4U
Imperial, V to
Window 8 x 10, bx 3Vv4,Ni!(iuiipowder
do 10 x 12, -4 4,ixi4i.ri,W)i Young Hyson
do 11 x 21, 44 5,504H;,(Mi
f I 00
Wheat, j? bushel.
Corn, yellow 44
Kail-Road Twist 75R0
OaLs, clean 44
do do lib 0(Ao2K
iX bushels each, 12XQ1
Rifle, 1 keg, 00
BlasUng, 44 4,00
Manilla, $ ft, none.
Amer.dew rotted ft to ....
44 water-rotted 44
Know Nothing, - 80
LanghornA Ar'd J as River .',0
Virginia twist, $) to, 2.'.(r :;0
Kentucky " 10h20
Leaf, 44 6XS
Baling, to, !530c
Cider, p gallon, 10; $1 blS.OO
v ii ta.
Matleli a. gallon tt.SOiTtS.OO
Fine washed ,
Rendered, V to
5520 Sherry, 44 $2,00t,tK)
JPort, 44 $,0iKrV&,i0
1 Oat OX Champagne Vdo $10S,60
BATES OP EXCHANGE, VNCUEEENI FUNDS, &o
COBHICtkD wskklt at
ItAIVK OF NASHVILLE.
College street, Nashville, Tcnnesnee,
TENNESSEE, allnoks payable at Nashville, H pre
do do do Branches, par
KENTUCKY, all solvent Banks, par
Oil iu, all solvent Hanks,
INDIANA, Bute Bank
INDIANA Free Banks
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia Banks,
NEW YORK, City Banks,
MASSACHUSETTS, all good banks,....
VERMONT, do do
NEW HAMPSHIRE, do do
NEW JERSEY, do do
CONNECTICUT, do do - ...
RHODE ISLAND, do do
MARYLAND, Baltimore Banks,..
DELAWARE, all good Banks,
. l.Vft (lis
. IX dis
, t dis
. 2 dis
.. 1 dli
ALABAMA, State Bank
Southern Bank of Alabama, ..
Bank of Montgomety
Bank of Mobile,
FUKIDA,all Banka broken,
ARKANSAS, all Banksbroken,.,
WIStXI.NSIN, all good Banks
MICHIGAN, all good Banka,.... 1
MAINE, do. do
Sight Exchange on New York,
do , do New Orleans.
do do Cincinnati,. .. .....
do do Louisville,
80 day Bills oa New York,
0 do -do
X pre M pre
par X pre
IX dia '
l do do
80 do on New Orleans.
. X dis
. IX "'
,. 8 dis
.. par Xpiw
. IX 4 prw
.. I 5 pni
0 do , do
W do do
Foreign do ,
Small stlverehanr.... ."
LAND WARRANTS 40 acres 38:SO airei
Bancroft, Bctta 5t Marshall,
CIIAULLSTO.X, S. C. . . .
CTECTJLAB FOR 7 ALL 0T 1859.
WE desire to call the attention of rmr friends and the
heyers of Dry Ctoods tlir nghoirt the West and South
west, to ear attractUins lor the fail Sales of the present
Oar business is now to well organised and arranged, that
we are better able than ever before, to supvly the trade
with a large and attractive stork.
Our Own Importation will supply oer For
tigu Department wi h all the new and dtsirahle fabric
from the F.arnpean markets srlee'ed by one of the hoose,
resi lent in Europe and will be paria.-ieriy adapted to our
Our Domestic and Staple Goods Departments wiU be sup-plh-U
with all the leading styles of Goods.
It is, we believe, an aknowledi-d fact that ocr Stock lina
always been one of tba largest and most attractive In this
rewiilry, and we aJ.o believe that the best huvvrs have be
come cnvlnerJ that oor utti-m of SHORT I'tOKIT.S AND
PROMPT PAT ia the most saiUfm-tory.
ne invue tne attention of aH ekwe buyer toowr l.arre
nnd Atlrnrtivc Ktork, tmt wan the distinct an
derstaadtas; that re sell roods only for eash, or rood notee
able ia all cams at Bank.
Vt shall fiom this date forward, adopt a new plan in con
nection with ear Domestic Goods Dt psrtmenU We shall
Veep a fall and complete assortment of Bleached, Brown
and Colors J Cotton Goods, wtack will be sold only for nett
Cash. Our ot ject in this It to supply three Goo.ls.is Ute
aa Uey are sold hy eash houses la the Northera cities. In
rder to test this feature of our business, w only ask a
ci'tuparieon of eah prices with time prices, and then we
Will leave tLe decision to the purchM.r.
From Uie thrM years' eanerirnre since the eeUblUhment
cf ear business, sre are enebled the more enftdcnUy to In
vite attention to our stock and plans tor hanlmws, believl.
that we o2r inJacements amvnwf towo ll.mae im Uu rvwa
Oy. asatil KINO STBttT,
JuTyl.lSM. jj-trw$m) insai.caroa.B.'a
Fornitare ! Furniture I !
rXTTTAGK BEOTEADs. too Miaaee Double and linsie
J Cnttace bedateaaa, Aiiabed and k saM by -
MKINCa-POeT COTTAU BtDeTKADIL loo
A Frenc Puat Cottage Bc4.teadi, oanued and
LCCXGES- Cottars U4tn(ea,al different tttlre, acw
ntidMsl and Ibr sale by J. W. NcCOUL.
ALL GOOD W0 IK, and cheaper than ever offered la
thai market. i. W. Mrt)wB3, -
y2I Sw Corner uf CJaetrj tlurrh streets. '
WILLIAM L. MORSELL,
Dry and Sparkling Catania,
NO. 35 EAST THIRD 8TEEET,
JylC-ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
PROF. W00D'3 IIAIS REST0KAT1VE. The testimony
of all who have thoroughly tested the virtues of this cele
brated article, is, that it will restore the gray, and the bald,
eradicate disease of the Scalp, preserve the hair from fall
ing, and preserve the color perfectly to extreme old age.
It is now put op both with and wi:hout sediment. See ad
There are few ihlnfts which afford us greater pleasure than
fitting down to write a notice of the celebrated Iloodand
German Bitten, became we are fully conacioas we are con
ferring a public benefit, and our heart tells us that by our
notice many bare been induced to take these Bitters, and
been rescued from death by dyspepsia, liver complaint, Ac,
for the care of which It is certain. It is prepared and sold
only by Dr. C. M. Jackson, at the German Medicine Store,
No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Bee advertisement. augl lm
To the Citizens of the Southern and
Learning from my agents and correspondents in various
parts of the country, that my Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps
la extensively counterfeited, especially in the Southern and
Western States, and finding that the pirates daringly ad
vertise their pernicious deceptions under the name which
belongs to my article, I think it necessary to caution the
community against these render of poison in disguise.
I introduced the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps for the
purpose of supplying the medical faculty and the whole
community with a pare medicinal spirit, which might be
prescribed with confidence in all cases where stimulants
were required, without producing the fearful consequences
which invariably result from using adulterated liquor. In
order to render assurance doubly sure, I had the article
anslysed by chemists of -world-wide celebrity, and sub
mitted it for experiment test to thousands of distinguished
medical practitioners. The response from these sources
were ot the most unequivocal and satisfactory character.
It is now before the public, surrounded with these guaran
tees, and bearing these unimpeachable endorsements, and
I call upon the community to protect themselves and me
their own health and my reputation hy frownine down and
repudiating the piratical speculators who are peddling their
foul commodities under cover of my trade mark. No article
had ever been imported from Holland into this market, un
der the name of Schnapps, previous to the appearance of
wone-s ccmeuam Aromatic Echnapps, In this city.
The first importation beinir made into this city in the year
eighteen hundred and forty-elpht, which can be seen by the
Cuitero House books, I deposited m Viatel aa a trade mark
in the U. 8. District Court of the Southern District of New
York, in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-one, and have
the certificate in my possession of that date. The great
demand which has thns been created for the genuine arti
cle, has set the whole hive ol counterfeiters in motion, and
the duty I owe to my customers and friends, and the public,
compels me from time lo time to put them on their guard
against imposition. I have established a depot at 25 South
Front street, Philadelphia, where the Western merchants
can draw their supply at New York prices.
22 Beaver street. New York.
Messrs. SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO., Wholesale Agents,
nascvnie, lenn. v jezo lm
' Letter from lion. John Minor Botts, of Virginia.
Richmond. July 9th. 1$55.
Messrs. Wm. ft Brrrs t Co., Gents. Considerations of
duly to the atliictcd alone prompt me to send you this vol
untary testimonial to the great value Of 44 Carter's Fpanidh
Mixi ure, ror that almost incurable disease, ccrolula.
Without being disposed or deeming it necessary to go to
to the particulars of the case, I can say that the astonish,
ing results that have been produced by the use of that med
icine on a member of my own family, and under my own
observation and superintendence, after the skill of the best
physicians had been exhausted and all the usual ramedies
had failed, fully justify me in recommending its use to all
who may be suffering from that dreailfnl malady.
I do not mean to say that It is adapted to all constitutions.
or that it will afford the same relief in all eases; for, of
conrse, I can know nothing about that but from what I
have seen of the elfects, I would not hesitate to use ft, in
any and every case of Hcrofu'.a, with persons for whom I
felt an interest, or over whom I could exercise Influence or
enntroL. licspectlully yours,
Jv8l tseptl - JON. M. BOTTS,
Jee advertisement in another column.
It hai long eeased to be fashionable to "puff" patent med
Idnes, or do any thing to enhance their sale; not from any
particular prejudice that has arisen in the public mind
against them, but simply from the worthlrssness of nearly
all the "great remedies' crowded into the market. But oc-
easioaally a medicine that poascse real merit is brought
into light one that is really what it purports to be. Of
this class, Sloan's preparations can be ranked with safetv.
for we have heard of no instance where his medicines have
been tried, but that the fullest satisfaction haa been mven.
and their immense sale will fully attest trftir popularity.
bee Sloan' advertisement In another column.
- : FASHIONS FOII FALL 1855.
CLOAXS, TALMAS-AKD MANTILLAS.
WILL introduce for the inspection of Southern and We,
tern Merchants, On the 1st of August, hi usual large
variety of goods in his line.
KMTtROIDRRKD VELVET MANTLFS,
RICH MOIKK ANT1QCK MANTLES,
PLAIN Vr'LVKT MANTLE. Richly Trimmed,
COMlllNATiON OF VELVfcT AND MOllis. ANTIQUE,
The buyer of the undersigned having Just returned from
France he is enabled to offer the most extensive assortment
of s'yies of any other establishment in the country, all of
which, by special contract with the Pans M anulactures, are
exclusively confined to himself. Hia well known reputa
tion as the only publisher of regular monthly Fashion Plate
in Harper' and Uodey's Magaainc should be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select ircm his stock.
51 Canal Street, & 63 Lispenard Street, K. York.
Principal entrance St Canal itreet. Second Mantilla Bore
West of Broadway, t-outh side. augi Urn
V. JACKMN &. SOS,
GRATE AND FENCES MAKERS,
! Front Street and 9;)0 Broadway, NEW YORK.
ISAAC L. PLATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Date Glass, from Uie old estab
lished manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all slaea, suitable for window of store
and dwellings. Show Cases, Coach Lamps. Rail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse,
70 Jlurray Street New York.
Jy 17 Sin
' AMERICAN PLATE-GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
rpHE Subscriber having taken the agency of the above
A Company. Is now enabled lo furnish their Kouirh Plate
Class, for KkyMphts, Floor-tiles and Pavements, of a quality
superior to the imported article, and at much lower rate.
JUll. B. PLATT,
Jy1T 8m . T9 Morry street. New York.
IIOI'SEKEEPIXU HARD WAKE.
IMPORTERS AND JODBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
UOISE I tllMlMlI'Vti HARDWARE
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
XNVITK the attention of SOUTHERN and WFSTF.R!.
MKRCHANTa to a LARGE AND VERY EXTENSIVE
gTOCK OF GOODS IN TiitlR LINK.
Cutlery of every description;
Silver Plated Ware; Japannery;
r.erman Silver and Britannia Ware
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
Uronsed, Copper and Brass Goods;
Tea Trays, Fire Iron, Fenders, Wire Covers;
Bronxed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ae.
Our .tnck comprises every artiole ia oar line of business.
aUwf which we will sell to-dealers at the VERY LOWfcST
PkK'to FOR CAoll OK APPROVED PAPKR. Aoods er-
dered by letter will be selected with great cart and dopetcb.
and put up In the best manner
riwt at siiuTwiLL, -
No. S3 Maiden Lane, New York.
PIP. . Also, manufftctarcr of a very superior artid of
atcd Spoon aad Forts. jr8 era
THE Ki:ST HAIR DIE.
DILO. H. BALLARD'S (new article.) received the high
rut Dremlum at the Woau Fai and AuaaKss Ixsn-
tcts, where it was examined by the Dtrrmtxuum Cues or
Dr. Chiltu and Prof. Joh .Toaarv, ana pronounced the
BfcST. For sale by the principal Druggists in this city
Prk-c ft. PrbwH pa! Office and Store, No. 48ft and 6OO
IiaoADWAY. New York. mrtl-ly
COnUS FAN4 AXD FA.Y GOODS.
WTLLIAM TASXEB, ' ' '
10 Park Mace New York, . " f ,
IKVITES Iks attention f Soothers and Wetter Uer.
ehsnta te bis new stuck of Fan. Coaans. Ueir. Teath uui
Nail Unubea, Ladies' JUlknk-, Perfumery, Soap, Poru
atuaaioca. Jet aad lieoul tuaeckla, rocket Kooks, Dree
tLattoa. Pin and Needle, UeuL aad Eye, Watck Guard,
Wax, Coral aad Ui bead, Ksrklaoea, Ae, Iadia Rubber
Uosiu. Canes, Bali aad Tuy every dMcxiptuau fees.
rs, Raaora and Cutlery, Gold and I. Ill Jewelry, Aroor
deone and V to tins. rociU'lmf a geaeral a4 very Urre stuck
f KapUth, French aad German Faary lieoda. waka wul be
MhIUk very svweat nnat far tasa ar arrwuvaa Papa.
Order by letur erleeced aa4 put w ia tit best asanas-.
WILLIAM TAXEK, 1 Fvk fiace. Sew Yesk.
F. 8. rirasecut thiieut. j4 4ty
' BY TELEGRAPH.
' M I
Louisville Biot Kentucky Election!.
Louisville, Aug. 7 5 P. M.
Another outbreak is feared to-night, in conse
quence of the large quantity of powder found in
possession of the Irish in the 8th ward. Large
numbers of the Irish are tearing the city. Ameri
cans still gaining considerably. No doubt of their
carrying the State.
6 P. M. No excitement now in the middle part
of the city. The Police are perfectly organized.
Probably no further trouble. Tho American ticket
91 P. M. The mails bliow that the telegraph
reports have somewhat exaggerated the American
The Democrats clain Jewett's election in the fifth
. district by nearly a thousand.
Morehead is doubtless elected by a handsome
majority, but tho Democrats hare not lost all hope.
If tho telegraph reports approach correctness,
Morehead is elected by thousands.
Two companies of military are on the streets
all quiet. .
Arrival of the Baltic.
Niw York, Aug. 8 A. M.
The Baltic has arrived.
Cotton Tho market haa declined Sales for
the week 34,000 bales, including 3,000 to export
ers and 4,000 to speculators. Imports since depar
ture of last steamer, 25,000 bales. Stock on hand,
621,000 bales. N. 0. fair 1, Middling 6. Flour,
market unchanged. Wheat unchanged. Indian corn
advanced. Manchester trade generally unchanged.
The political news, though interesting, presents
no features of importance.
It is rumored that Gen. Simpson and Omar Pacha
The French continue their approaches upon Ma
lakoiT, which tho Russians continue to fortify.
There had been neither sorties nor assaults Einco
The position of all parties in the open field is
The British in tho sea of Azof! destroyed the
bridge boats atGenitral without lot's.
Operations in the Baltic are unchanged.
Preparations for a campaign on the Danube Ptill
Basha Bazooks mutinied and committed great
There is a formidable insurrection of the Arabs
. It is reported thut tho Russians remain near
Ears, but bare not invented the city.
The French loan has all beeu taken, having made
a narrow e.--apo, or British loan bill.
The British Ministry will all bo ablo to keep their
Latest. The Russians made a sortie on tho
24th, but wero repulsed.
It is rumored that a secret expedition will attempt
to force Sebastopol harbor while the land force as
saults. Austria's open advances to Russia is causing
Trussia is still defending her neutrality.
The dealh of Admiral Machimuff U confirmed.
The rumor that England and Franco issued a cir
cular to the German Courts, announcing that they
no longer consider themselves bound by tho treaty
of December, is fal.se.
The English Parliament will be prorogued on t&o
It is rumored that an advance of 10 per cent on
import duties is about being imposed.
Locisvillk, Aug. 8 noon.
The river is faliing.with 6 fect 11 inches water in
Cincinnati, Aug. 8 noon.
The river Las fallen five inches in the last twen
ty four hours..
Flour is unchanged and demand moderate sales
at fC.75aC.90a7.O0. Whisky id steady at 38a33L.
Pittsburg, Aug. 8 coon.
The river is falling, with 7 fect 1 inch water in
Nv York, Aug. 8 noon.
Flour opened heavy but improved at the close
sales at f8.31a0.00 for State and Ohio; Southern
steady at 110.75. Corn ia a trifle higher mixed
66. Pork is dull and declining sold at $19.08.
Lard is firm and sold at 11 J.
A serious trouble is brewing here among' the
Masons. The Grand Lodge, rumor say?, has split
iu two. A manifesto from the eccedcrs i said to
bo forthcoming. The merits of the quarrel have
not yet been divulged to outsiders.
Frankkort, Aug. 8.
Tho tenth district gives an American majority of
600, which is a gain of 2300 over Soott'g vote.
Locisvillk, Aug. 8.
The Democrats concede Morebead's election by
6000. In 30 counties Morehead has a reported
net gain of S857 over Scott's vote.
The city is quiet.
MEDICINAL IMIAL1TI0X, &c.
A LOCAL AUXILIAY IN THE TREATMENT OP DIS
EASES OF THE THROAT, LUNGS, Ae.
THOMAS 72. 0BZBNH0U0H, M-D.
(Late of London and Pari Resident Physician of New
H A3 arrived In Nashville, where h will remain darine;
tne summer, and place under treatment all those who
may desire bis skill and aid in all forma of disease of the
respiratory and circulatory organ.
Dr. Grenhouc;h having been connected with Dra. Pereira
and WiHiasoson, of London, and being a member of medi
eal societies in Europe, caa guarantee to all invalids the
moet recent and successful improvement In the treatment
of each ease, which will always be regulated by and baaed
upon the Vital principle of the
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF MAN.
N. B. Chronic Female complaint, Implicating the re
spiratory organs, will receive particular attention, and La
dies, when preferred, will be visited at their own residence.
NO CHARGE FOB CONSULTATION.
tJT OUce, Verandah Hotel, Nuhville, Tenn.
lT Patient in ib country will receive attention by
fpff" Nurermus testimonial and references as to skill, la.
tr;rity, Ae., from many prominent eitiaen and physician
of New Orleans, Memphis and other cities, can be seen aad
obtained at the Iknrtar't Office.
Due notice of the Lecture on Animal Chemistry, the
Physiology aad Pathology of the Nervous Fystems, sad Ihe
Cnemico-lherapeuuc action of Dcdjctuc, Ac, will be duly
given. Jyll U
tXT FCRNI3IIED ROOM WANTED, suitable lor a Phy
ician's office, in a central locality, also, two room, par
lor and bedroom, fur a gentleman and wife.
Address Dr. O., Pol Ofllce. Jjl-tf
ASl'RK CI HE roil CAltCEBSf
MT Wife, baring labored under one on bee breast tor
otu time, and having tried different treatment, I
eoocJudod to undertake it myself, an ' lcm 'ha lnr
nwMitli 1 effected a complete tore; although ab bad been
given up by acr friend a being beyond the reaen f any
cure, sac fca tor the U J' nJo' Jta than
she had lor mny years previoua, aad ha since given bmh
to a flue efcOd, which she nurse herself. 1 bav aWo
treated several oOjev ease, aad bav at with the aaaua
t irrcM. -
My treatment ia not lb lg tf a.uJ'. Caaati. as
It.rcury, but it is purely Vegetable. I proles t oare
other Uer. su. h a Feule Dueaae and Peers, ficrrf
ula, Pikw, and all duwa originating ia like nanaer. a.11
I aak el person aftl-cwd wilh any of Uv above named
disease. U to giv me a trwd- WLerw ther la no cur
tare shad be no etiarge. Fa'ther iufuruatmu caa bba
aiaed by caning ou sae,oe by letter, at So. l.T North Mar
ks scree. JONATHAN TUOMAs.
A LA 81 1 supply of Ilorse fewer an J T.rethert, Csr
den Kngiacs, frrtwi IV to 4 tnrhce in dimelrr. Fir
Erica, Pituburfh t ie, Loro-totive srrews. Bench fkrvw,
CUai, Fust k-k As.cts, Ac, just rcorived and for sal by
0. a DiCKsY.
iptt3 Nj. 9 frjrge strcit, hsshviilc.
. The Louisville Siots.
As there is a great anxiety to hear every
thing ia relation to ihe riot in Lonisvilla on
Monday, we clip the following from the Jour
nal of Tuesday morning:
The Kiots Yesterday. We deeply regret
to have to record the scenes of violence, blood
shed, and house-burning which occurred in onr
city yesterday. We cannot now tixpresa onr
great abhorrence of 6uch things ; nor can we
find space in which to say what we would wish
to say npon this subject. A terrible responsi
bility rests npon thoso who have incited the'
foreign population of tho city to the deeds of
violcnee wh'ch were the commencement of the
riots in tho First and Eighth .wards. "Wo are
confident that these riots were not occasioned
by anything that happened at any of the seve
ral voting places. The election throughout the
city, as fur as we can loarn, had passed off with
unusual quiet, with the exception of a brntal
outrage in the First ward, of which we shall
speak presently, and some fighting at the Eighth
ward polls, in which no one was tnnch hurt.
The riots were occasioned by indiscriminate
aad murderous assaults committed by foreign
ers, chiefly Irish, npon inoffensive" citizens,
peaceably attending to their own business, at
some distance from any of the voting places.
All the circumstances connected with these
assaults 6trongly indicate that they were pre
meditated nnd instigated by other parties than
thoso by whom they were actually committed.
We are not now prepared to say that they
were the consequences only of the incendiary
appeals, for some time past, publicly made to
our foreign population by some of the leaders
of the anti-American party, or that they were
instigated by direct instructions of men with
fiendish hearts who control in a great measure
the passions, and aro able to dictate actions to
the Germans and Irish who made these at
tacks. All the facts will probably bo ascer
tained judicially, and then the responsibility
will rest where it properly belong. The cir
cumstances as detailed to us, and the confess
ions of eome of the miserable wretches who
were made the victims of their insane folly
and murderous vio!ence, show that these as
saults upon nnoiiending nnd innocent native
born citizens were premeditated, and that the
blame attaches to others who are, as yet, un
Wo have not now time to give details. We
assert, however, and are sure that it will he
proved by respectable witnesses, that every
act of bloodshed was begun by foreigners.-
That in every instance where mortal violenco
ensued, tho beginning of the riot was an un
provoked slaughter by foreigners of peaceable
Americans while quietly passing the streets at
a distance from tho polis. This infuriated the
populace, and a prompt and terrible resort to
mob violence by which many foreigners wero
killed and much property destroyed was the
consequence. In the first ward about 0 o'clock
in tho morning, while the election was pro
ceeding qnietly at the polls, Mr. Geo. liurge, a
respectable and iniet American citizen, was
brutally assaulted by a party of Irishmen on.
Jackson street, between Jefferson and Greene,
without having given any provocation, he was
knocked down and horribly beaten with stones
and clubs, lie attempted to escape from tho
liends by whom ho was attacked, and ran
iuto the alley of an adjoining house, where he
was followed by his blood-thirsty assailants,
and cut, stabbed and beaten until he wa sup
posed to be dead, when ouo of these inhuman
brutes deliberately opened his knife and pro
ceeded to cut the throat of the mnrdered man.
When this act of violence was made known,
a party of Americans started in pursuit of the
murderers, who were subsequently arrested
and lodged in jail by tho Mayor and City Mar
blial. In tho afternoon between three and four
o'clock, several Americans were Gred upon and
severely wounded while quietly riding or walk
ing by the German brewery on JctForson street,
near the Ucargrasa bridge. Among these
were somo gentlemen from Jefferson county
and several resectable citizens. One gentle
man who was bred at was riding in a buggy
with his wife seated by his.side. About the
same time a perfect shower of bhot and bul
lets were rained upon every Americau passer
by from the windows of some houses occupied
by Germans upon (Shelby etrcet, in the neigh
borhood of Madison etreet.
As soon aa these occurrences were made
known it was ascertained that largo bodies of
foreigners, armed with shot guns and rifles,
had assembled in the neighborhood of the
brewery and also on bholby street. An indis
criminate slaughter cf American citizens was
apprehended. An immense crowd of excited,
maddened, infuriated Americans assembled,
they were fired at from the windows of tho
brewery aud the houses on fcLeiby street, and
iu seeking to arrest these offenders several men
were) badly wounded aud the incensed and in
furiated mob burned the brewery and sacked
tho houses from which tho shots wero fired.
In the bih ward, the incr-a serious disturb
ances occurred about G o'clock in the afternoon.
A Mr. Iihodes, in company with two friends,
all American citizens, w qnietly passing npon
Maiu bireet, near Chapel, when they were set
upon by a party of ten Irishmen, who, with
horrible oaths, swore they would clean tho
streets of every American. Fifteen shot
were fired npon them. Khodea was killed,
aud both his companions badly wounded,
one of them eeriously. The Irishmen then
ran up Chapel 6trect, and on being pursued,
took refuge in a bouse at the corner of Chaei
and Market streets, whence several shots were
tired by the inmates, by which soveral Amer
ican citizens were wounded and two were
killed, a Mr. Graham and a Mr. Hobson. The
firing from this house continued for some half
hour. The Irish were armed to the teeth with
fire-arms of every description, while the
Americans were almost entirely unarmed, and
were obliged to go to their homes to procure
arms to defend themselves and friends from
the murderous fire of the insane wretches who
had made this attack upon them. Between 6
and 7 o'clock, a sufficient force had assembled
to capture the murderer of yoccg Graham;
an attempt was made to Lang Liin, but we
learn that ho is still living.
in tba meantime, a fusiUde of ahot-truns and
rifles was kept up againat any American pur
iog by the row of honses at the corner of
Eleventh and Main, bohcging to an Iriahmaa
named Quinn, a brother of Father tjninn, a
Ilouiin Catholic priest; several Americans
wero wounded by aboU tred from these prera
isL and the attention of the crowd was given
to thetn. They were tilled with Irishmen and
with loaded arms, as the scqu.I proved beyond
a doubt. An attempt was made to drive them
out, and the hon.Hts were fired, whether on the
inide or outside we do cot know. While
burning the frequent reportsehowed that they
were well provided with fire-arms; and tha
confessions of a poor, miserable devil who was
rescued by Capt. btoce, proves that they were
tilled with arms, and Contained thirteen kecs
of powder roviueJ for the occasion. The
houses are still burning, as we write, and tho
riot is cot yet subsided.
vVe havo neither space nor time to enter
into any r articuhrs. We will attempt to do
to-morrow. A number of Anjericaos wer
blain by the foreigners and a nambr of for
eigners cict a heavy retribution. Wo da not
tnow how many have t e-n kilhxl, hot have
already Lar4 of some fstli or CJUxu La ail,
and some twenty or thirty Lav, Wen more or
Las dangerously wouuded. We will give de-
S. M. BARRETT,
TVOOD AJID WILLOW WARE,
COSDAGE LSD PAPES CZALX2.
Mannf.icturer of WASH BOARDS, under firm nam; of
G. WATERS cV CO.
Manofaclorer of PLOW HANDLES and OAK WORK, an.
der firm name of
COLC.TIA.X V CO.
MANUFACTURER and Wholesale dealer in Wood and
Widow Wire, Buckets, Tuns, Cordage of every de
scription; Fishing Tackle, Wackinp, fcUtrhes, Broome,
8eive Hames. Horse Collars, Cedar Ware, Ice Chests, Cot
torn Roe, Brushes, Measure, Brooms, Twines, and Han
dles, Ac. Ac.
Also, denier in better quality of Wrapping, !tofln(r. Bat
ting and Tea papers, at manafHoturers rates. Dealer in
Tar Paper and Coin po won for Routinit.
137" Orders respectfully solicited" and satisfaction guar
antied in all cases.
e Store comer of Walnut and Front sfreet; Paper War.
tome No. ST Walnut street; Factory ol Water sireet.
85. SI. BARRETT,
ut tf Cincinnati, Ohio.
H. O. MCC0MA3 D. C. fJMTrB
McC0MAS, SMITH & CO.
JCSWAItDDTa AXD CCtiCSSI05
No. 3 Broadwell'i Eailding; gyc&mor Street,
GREAT WESTERN TRUNK STORE
No. 25 Itrotidtray
C I NCI NX A TI OHIO.
IIISE A. WlMiIAJIS,
TV f ANCFACTCRER3 of all kin Is of Tr.iv-
i hoi ir.iT. e
Value. La- U l l Uj
tly attend C-X-J
i.A. elm and Puckinir Trunk. '
dies' Bonnet B"xcs, Carpet B(f
Ac. ATI orders from abroad prompt 1
ed to. We are determined our work shall not be surpassed
in the Union.
( tf Our friends in the South will And our term as favor
able a any other similar houie East or West, and our fab
ricks unsurpassed for excellent workmanship, durability
and cheapness. Wesulicitatn.il. fcbll tf
CRS. DUNCAN & CAMERON,
No. West Sixth street, between Race and t'.m Street ,
"PHIS OFFICE CNDKK THE MASAGE-
X ment of its present proprietors, his been J
increasiiiK In repuuiion fur supei iur opera .
Sous in the Artificial Department of TVoti.-
try tor the last ten Tears, and no exiense or t.Tort shall be
wanting to give s-Usf.iction to all aho n ay favor it with
The subscribers woulJ call a'tntion to the following essen
tial points pertaining to Artificial Teeth, vis; Beauty and
naturalness of appearance, quality ana strength of the ma
terials, comfort to the wearnr, and tucfulnei in restoring
the natural appearance of tho speech, and ability to masti
cate: in all of which they are warranted in saying tliej are
exceeded by none, and equaled by few.
Inserted from one to a full set, with ArUflcial Cum.
Full and Half Pet-i invariably lii'erted by suction.
All operations in Demi-try performed in the most thor
TERMS. t'onslderln the supwior character of the work
and the guarantee given, they are the most reasonable in
two TErrn or more os gold platk,
a 3 ri:u tooth.
two TErrn on mhe os silver tlate,
Themom-y refunded if tJie Te- fh do not prove 'ifi.-.fvtory.
Pf" For the In'orma'.ion of those Hvfng at aillititnoe, we
would stste that mir f:-ilitie are such, that we nn make In
the finest style, a full set uf TKKTH in from !4 to 4S hours,
and small pieces iu proportion, so that no detention need
beapprehtu.lod. W. C. M NCAN, (,.,.
J. O. CAMERON5, f 1"tUU'
No. 14 West Sixth strf it between l!;u e and Flm,
ocl ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LEONARD E. FOR.-'VTII, GEO. W. OLIPHANT
c II lulling, Til. y Tfunruwtr,
I. E. rilllSVTII A. CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No.4 ruUUc Landing, Cincinnati, O.
HAVINQ established a House in Cincinnati for the trans
action of m Forwarding an. I Comniivion Bu-inr.., we
respectfully solicit the patronage of the Merchants of Nash
ville and surrounding country. I!ei::g the authorised agent
for Transportation lines, to and from the Eastern Cities, we
are enabled to offer to oar friends and tlie public genemlly,
snperlTe adrantaires In the Transportation of their MfcK-CHANt)I.-K
and PRODUCE. Through r.-eir"s given at
snecifle I time and rates. Ppecl.il attention will be given
M-rk package 44Care L. I. F. k ..Cincinnati."
lan& IJjlS ly L. S. FORSYIU A CO.
OHIO scam: w O It K s.
a. KIGD05, KTXA5D ft CO.,
fTV ' No. 6 Columbia St.,
ij Between Main and Walnut,
I! - WK sre now !Mnnfitnrin A Tf
HOAD, lKPiT, HAY.fTlK'K'iRCOAL.
FLlMlR AND PLATFORM fCALIOi of
all le. Also, PRL'titll.-T AND BANK gCALfcS, BltAfB
AND IRON B-AMd, COUNTER rCALFJ, Ac, Ac, which
w warrant of superior Workmanship and matefalsi. W
would call particular sttention to our IRON LEVER FIAT
AND STOCK bCALE3. Ail communication promptly at.
tended to. octll dly
PATENT REVERTING FLUES F0RSAVINO FUEL
8ETTINO OF STEAM BOILERS.
TIIO.viAS II. UIMi, Proprietor
T Harrison, Eaton A Co.s Spice Mills, lol Wlnut street.
St. Lou s Otfice, at Uoudiu A Tooker, 123 Tliird street.
B. LANStLL, Airent.
CliAd. btAUi.it, Ageut, at the NaUhes Foundry, Natches,
Miss. jyl ly
LuU qf Ttnn.
M. T. HAOFV,
Ltrtt o SanhctL't.
W. R. CAPON,
EH0DES, HAGZN & CO.,
FORWARDING AND CO-IMISSION XERCHANTS,
No. 34 Sycarcor it., East tide, below Second,
WILL give special attention to ForwaHing G-od. Pro
duce, Ac; alw, to the purchase and aale of all kind
of Produce, and article of Cincinnati aud Pittsburg Manu
facture. JAM E9, COLUSS i CO., rmir, ForM'g Aeent.
enT"Refer lo NASHVILLE MEU.CliA.NT3 generally,
CONRAD BARD ft SC-T,
71A.M f'ACTI Itl.lU SII.VKllSTIITIIS,
No. 116 ARCH STREET,
Four doors below Sixth, Phi lad OV
(ESTABLISHED THIRTY-ODD TEARS.)
SILVER TEA-8ETT3, PITCH rRS, CUPS, FORK. SPOONS,
Ac, of the newest and most admired pattern. A 'an.
Importers of Bheffleld and Birmingham PLATED WAKE,
CUTLERY, PLATkD (en Aibat AJetai) FORKd, SKK)N8,
e suitable for Steamers, Hotel and Fajnilie. Keep coo
tantly on hand a Utnre stork of Loodun, Liverpool and lie
WATCtit, togetlier filh large stock of
FINE COLD IZTwTLXT.
All orilers ty mail promptly attended to, and silver war
raoud flcrting. fcbll trw4m
RALAiriAIIDEK f A F E ,
TfTARSASTED to stand Id or rent more flrrl
T V than any Herring's In use, and sold ti 1 9-1 ,
tha same prios. Also, I reu fcuutteriuSaah I S3
and Doors for Itauk Vaullst and Vjj
.storra. Also, I'atent Mate l.inctl Itrir
cratorw, all warranted as gnood and rheap a any in the
country, by IVANJ A WATSON, No.t9uuth 4:h street.
Philde! hia, Pa. Hal 's Patent Pnwiler Proof Locks, and
ail the eriebraled Locks furnuhrd when required. W. C.
LILLARD a autlioriacd to rtcieve orders, aJ make (ale of
the above. mv3 1y
doctoii Yoi asri.r.
THE POCXET iESCTJLAPITJS;
OR I VERT ONE H13 OWN PHTSICIAN.
THE FIFTIETII Edition, with
On Hundred Emrravmrs, showing
Disvaaes and Uifonnuuna el the
Huauvn System iu every shape and
form. T which is ad.ied a Treat
um the Dumm-w ol Fern-lee,
ing of th hiiihe Import-ace lo
UHUTtel people, or thoe co-tcia-piatK-g
IXLIAM TOUNG.M. D-
Let no father be ba-ed to pee-se-.t
a ocry of th JOCILAPIUS
sd ha eh ild. It my save him froea
an early grave. Let no wain;
j wvaa or woomn tnier law wiw -
rrrt rstios ot married hat
without reaJiag UM POCKET A-LLAPIL. Let wo mm
BJerliig Kackaied Cow-, Pam in th ride, rea-ese aighla,
ervous feeloia-s, id ti.wooi train of DjspepUe seu
tions. aJ givm ap by ttwtr eftjwnan, be anuther Bo-wnl
aithoseeulUng Iti UL-CULAFlti4. Have the married,
those absmt I aw marrw- aay unpe iimetit, read tht tru
ly tMf-i bi,k , as it Iu- seen U mean ef saving Uoa---ia
uf afM tuu-le erw-t-ree trtMB tN.usi of death.
rAoy pTa soudaig TWENTY-FIVE CaNTStretoe
ed ia a letur, will rre.it. ese er ' l:" work by -tail, of
BvowtM ul be sent r in I ilsr kMnm, pt p-nt,
1X- WM. TO. NO,
e-t-tf a.lS5 Ppruee street, I'Utlada.
AIU UAKHAMvl will pay C-Utta.O p--I
a .UBS taiOif Land Warraot to d 'i e of.
R. A. ALLciWf,Je. A
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