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BOOK AND JOB FEINTING,
SI1TLT AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED
AT THIS OFFICE.
BLANKS Of ALL KINDS
NEATLY PRINTED AND FOR BALE AT THie OFFICE.
UP 8. H. PARVIN, newspaper and advertising agent,
Cincinnati,! authorised to receive end receipt for ubcrip
tl ma and advertising for the Tree Whig.
V V. B. Palnui, Newspaper and Advertising Agent,
Brown's.Iron Bull ling, Philadelphia, if our on'y authorised
Agent In that city.
BAIL BOAS KAIL.
TIME FOR TOE MAILS ON THE CHATTANOOGA R. R.
Leave Nashville at T A.M. and 6X P. M.
Arrive at Nashville Tjtf A. M. and X P. M.
The Maile for the Eastern and Southern Cities close at 4
P. M. and for Way Offices at & o'clock, P. M.
Jygl B. R. ANDERSON, P.M.
IltlDAY nORMXGi AI G. 24.
GRA.VD ITT ASS JIEETnG
AMERICANS 1'ICK YOLK FLINTS!
A GRAND MAS' MEETING cf the AMERICAN PAR
TV of DavM"n and adjoining counties, rjl be held at the
OUItT HOUSE in tliia City on SATURDAY, the Mh init.
CV Able and distinguished Speaker f. on abroad, a
Well ai from home, arc expected to be present.
Let the American part, especially, turn out a massb.
River News. Tlie Cumberland was tboot
oo a stand yesterday, LaviDg ren slightly on
tlie night previous.
TLe HarUtille, from Paducab, was the only
arrival. She will lie by for the present, there
be'iDg no business.
More Rain. There was a pleasant shower
yesterday morniDg, which cooled the atmos
phere through the day. In the even'mg we
bad another rain.
"Wheat. We heard of sales of wheat yes
terday at 90al00c. Bnnineea continues active,
with receipts quite heavy.
Stramer Sunk. The Helen Mar from St.
Louis, bound for the Uier Mississippi, sunk on
the 7th at the Upper Rapids. She was lying
in four feet of water. She had a full cargo
of groceries most of which wus damaged.
Bunker IIill Council No. 3, will meet on
Monday night at Fireman's Hall, north end of
the Market House. Full attendance is request
ed. PERSONAL. We had the pleasure ofea call
yesterday from An. Watkins, E-j., editor of
the Pulaski American. Cilizen, one of the bes1
cf our country exchanges. We extend to him
the freedom of our rauctuin during his ntay in
the city. Mr. W. being a gentleman of good
taste, M hangs bis hat op" with Sam' at the
Destrcctivc Fire. About 2 o'clock yesterday
morning a fire broke ont in the block of building
roi th of Exchange Buildings, in a bo.irding house
a ad grocery kept hy Mrs. O'llara, and the whole
block fronting on Front Kow, except the Southwest
corner, was entirely destroyed. Tlie LuiMiims
ere principallv occupied bv poor families, (Irish
who lost considerably in amagcs to their little all.
The buildings themselves were not of any great
value, and mostly belonged to non residents w ho
Lad them partly insured. 1 he total loss is proha
bly some f 'JO.ooo. YVe learn that the ore origin
ated from carelessness or accident. Memphis
Whig, VI si.
In Common Council.
Regular Mketjng, Aug. 23, lSSft.
Present: The Mayor, Recorder, and a quorum
Aid. Harris presented the roports of the Water
end Property Tax Collectors, showing collections
since la-t meeting amounting to something over
Also presented sundry accounts, which were or
dcred to be paid.
Aid. Coltart presented the Wharf Master's report
for toe mouth preceding.
All. Dashiull, from the Fjre Department Com
mittee, recommended sundry improvements ou the
lot of Engine Company, No. 2. Concurred in.
Aid. Coltart presented a petition from Capt. J
Gordon, asking for a reduction of f.500 on the
assessment of the "Old Wilson Ilouse." Granted.
Aid. Harris presented a remonstrance from sun
dry citizens, mostly on the Square, against the fre
quent ringing of the Mai kot House bell for all sorts
of purposes, including political harangues, fight'),
monkey shows, etc., etc., and praying thai the bell
be only used for legitimate purposes. The petition
was referred to the City Marshal, with instructions
to correct the abuse.
Aid. Myers reported a settlemetit with T. W.
Gilhuan for work done for the city. Concurred
Aid. Anderson reported proposals for making
pipe from five parties, and recommended tlmt they
t laid over for the cousideiatiou of the uext Board.
The huckster bill was laid over to the next regu
Aid. Dusliiell offered a resolution requiring V. K.
Stevenson to 11 and grade a private alley on hi.
property, where the same empties iuto High street.
The Board of Education being present, they
were invited to address the Board iu reference
to the schools.
A. A. Hall, stated that the number of pupils al
ready registered for the next aessiou was very
large. The Board bad attended to the duty of ex
amining w ith reference to procuring suitable ac
commodations. About 7l'0 boys had already been
registered, and it was calculated that the entire
Dumber of scholars would not fall abort of 1500.
The necessity of buildings was urgent, acd the
best chauce tbey could see was the purchare of
Odd Fellow's Hall. He suggested that a thorough
examination be made of the buildings, with a view
to dttcidiug as to the propriety of purchasing the
J no. A. VJcEwen also addressed the Board in regard
lo tne schools. lie too, occasion j vurpiimerit j
tue jtoaru oi Aiaermeii Tor the liberal manner in
which they had met all the dmand oT the Board
of EJucation, and the general deteniiinaUou which
tuoy had iuanile.-te4 b the whool upon a perma
nent basis. The citizens and the Board of Educa
tion appreciated this fully. He proceeded to au
fwer the qaettiou why the Board ot Education
bad not proceeded with the erection of buildiuga.
The question as to whether lbs centralization or
district eysteot would prove th inont satisiactory
was not yet fully attended, and indeed the perma
nent success of the whole mechauicl inauageiuebi
of the system of free chools in the city, miht be
considered open, though as far as we rial goue the
auccoes had beu more than coulj have beeu de
sired. The Board denired ut be prudent and ju
dicious, rather than over J.alous.
But they had not altogether uoghvUd the au! jcL
Tbey had appreciated their committers and the
points ltiTolved had been duly considered. The
demand (or accommodation would be unexpected
ly large. The procuring of school Bouse, is a diffi
cult matter on account of the peculiar requirements,
ia polut of location aud arcomnrvUihu.. Iu re
gard to Odd Fellows' l!s!, the Board were not
prepared to mVe sny .rofwilious or recommend
tioii een, Ihey would aaggext, however, the
appoitilment of a com mi tee to act in conjunction
with tlie Board and examiue the Halt, and if eligi
ble, to purchase it. It was cheap, and would al
ways be worth cost If it should ever become
necessary to build a new school building, the II all
would bt useful for a City Hall, and such a place,
superior in accommodations to the present City
II all, would soon be demanded by the growing im
portance and populousnetM of the tty.
Aid CoIUrt oOVret a resolution authorizing the
Board of. Education, with the Mayor, to examine
with a view of procuring a suitable building, and
to purchase ucu a building, if they should thiuk
Aid. Martin thought the latter part of the reso
lution premature. The question as to a concen
trated or district system was not determined, a thing
that he tboug'it should be done before any build
ings were purchased.
Aid Colurt supported the resolution, and after
pome discussion, the part of the resolution author,
izing the purchase was stricken out, and thi com
mittee required to report to the Board ou Saturday,
Aid. Glenn offered a rill to repeal the third sec
tion of an act to efctab'h-h a svt-tc-m of common
schools, the object of which is to limit scholars in
the primary 6chools to the sge of 6ii years as a
minimum, instead cf four years, as heretoiore. -Passed
Aid. Nance presented a petition from Wm. E.
MacAliister for a release from taxes on a negro wo
tune hired. IleferreJ to the Finance Committee.
Aid. Harris, a resolution requesting the Mayor
to ascertain what proportion of the conuty school
fund belongs to the city, aiid to attend to its being
paid over to the school comniwMOiiers. Adopted.
Aid. Cokurt, petition of Robert Loury for the
privilege of putting up a frame house in the rear
of Coleman & Spain's shop. Granted.
The Board adjourned to Saturday at 5 o'clock,
FROM and afler the 1st August next, the undersigned
will reduce their charge, for Forwarding.
On all package, of Dry Goods, Shoe., Boot, Hats,
Clothing, Hardware, Confectionery, Bocks, Ac, of
ordinary site, each, 14J4"0
Gunks and barrels of Wine, and Llquars, S5
All frnail packages of Groceries, 10
Coffee and Nxiln, per sack and keg, 10
All heavy and costly article charged In proportion.
Foiwarding Graiu coastwise, per fctck,, 3
Flour in barrels, 10
rT Messrs. W. n. GORDON A CO., of Na.Mtlle, are our
Agent, in that place, to whom payments niust be made.
J37Mercliant not resident, of Nashville, but who re
ceive their g.wds there, mart py Mewsr. Gordon A Co. in
advance or reu.it to us, or we thall charge five per cent for
C"rTWe measure all our freight., detecting any over
charge in measurnient of good, by vessel..
We sell on commission all kind, of Produce.
FffWe are the Agents for the Trederar Iron Works,
Rii hmond, V s., for all sites f Bar Iron, Railroad Iron of
every desrrip'ion. Railroad Choirs and Spikes, ilridg Iron,
Ac, 4c, and the best Virginia Pg Metal.
WYATT A CO., Charleston,
YOUNG, WYATT A (JO., Savannah,
Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding Merchant.
ICtOO.TlV AIN'O CtnilOUT.
DR. C. W. CKOZIER'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, 1854, and which received the
Premium at the Kashville Fair in October
last- .Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
rriHE under lined, having rrpeaudl.v been solicited to
L make cons igrmietiW of the Talent Camphor Wash Mix
cure, has concluded to sell no more county rights in thi.
Stntc, but will in future have the Improved Camphor Wa.-h
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this Stat'' (ex
cept in the comities where- the rights have been disposed of)
and iu the Ktate of Alabama. And (hat he may be enabled
more rnVctuKlly to nia'ie this arrai.g-roent, he proposes to
divide the patent t"r Tennessee and Alabama into 1,Xm
shares, one-four lb to be retained, and tile remainder 750
shares will be offered for hale. A peifcon remitting ten
dollars will have one share In the Patent, to run fourteen
years from July II, ISM, and will he at the same time In
veatin? ulso five rioIKrs to be used in the purchase of the
ingredients, advertiwng and the necemary expenditure of
the means to prepare and distribute the Mixture for sale.
C(KiKifnments will be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to oo other persons, to the ainoant of their
remitiam-e. And thry will be allowed a comiuision of 3
pr rent on their sules, and also their proportion of th
profits at large.
Anunal exhibit of sales will be made, and dividend of th
profit remitted to ea-h shareholder. No debts will be con
tracted, nor will the Compacy le responsible for any, aa th
buMnesa will be conducted upon the curb system.
Any of lliof.e who have purchased patents for counties In
this State, can have the privilege of exclisnging their righ'.
for share at the price they have paid. Thi. exchange will
be made at the cost of the Pateotee.
It is desirable to have at least one ot more active share
holders In each county in the Hiate. named. Subscriptions
for shares will be eloed by the 1st September next. And
consignments of the Mixture will be made very soon there
after. Cert brutes i.n-u. d to ahareliolders, who Will request
the Agency, if they deire It.
The uti'Ier-igned will act Agent until the shareholder,
elect three diiertnrs to erve one year, who will have the
management until their successors Shall be elected.
Newspapers in Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, HnnU
ville, Talladega and Tuseumhia, that will pubiii-h this twice
and other advertisements to the amount of ten dollars, and
scud one copy, will receive one shire. Address,
C. W. CKOZIKR, Patentee,
'I'lTE copartnership heretofore existing between the ub
1 scrilwrs, nniter the style of Kaho A Caraoa, was
dissolved on the 7'h inst., hy mutual consent. All account,
due the lute firm are to be paid to J. liamaae Who will pay
aJI claim, agaiuat th llriu.
augll IL 8. t'UUUCU.
t? having sold to my partner, Mr. JNO. RAM AGE, T1
my interest in the late trm of ltn:are A Ctmrch. I most
eordial'y ree mmend him to my fi ienda and the public, aa
every way worthy of their confidence and patronage, and
earnestly solicit for him a continuance of their custom,
heretofore ao hbcraiiy bestowed upon Li. t C.
It. 8. CHURCH,
tr Having Umrht the Interest cf Mr. R. 8. CHUttCTI
I sh.OI continue tlie bMit and Sb busiom at the old stand.
4li College street, W HOI.KSALK AND RETAIL, and .hall
shortly receive from the Kastern markets large additions to
my pr-cnt sto-k; to ni.itce room for which I will Mil a por
tion of the stock on hand at very low prices.
auru JOUS RAM At. K.
COT'H.'V SVIIt"U.-3.-8i bales reperior No.
I 7 8 Oauaburg, just received and (or sa'e by
augi r KY Mot K, rANMNU A CO.
fAMH.KS. V)lxe.Ptar Candh-s;
ij cummer uoum tin
Rr ssle hv
SETMOCK, FAKMNU A CO
Tr.ATIir.ltSVIXKl'U anU HCl.SWA.V
A W want
10 oo It Mve Greee Feathers;
lu.uoO lbs llaeswax, for which we will pay evh.
w. it. gokhon co.
WAYM1, siltlVII.I C (O,,
C;cuerul Ceniiiiiaaiou uud I er urtllnir
.UIlKt 1IAN r,
S A VAX X A II, O A.
1X7 E will continue to forward all Goods to oar ear, under
' tb aam arraLtenvnl aud at tha hn rmb-a u
during til pawl aest-ion, ooliectiisa frckht bid aita the
Tim re luetlonorn-i ikntrromiVtoScperfioton the Phil
adelphia and New York steamers to this city, will give Pa
vanoah still greater fsrtjui. s than hrrelofure a the shipping
port nr luuune an mn leiinesrne, while thtre as uo re
drayag between tavannah aud Nashville, aa oo the
Uur Isoumr at t haitsooofra will snake pun hates af Graiu
for our or lers fr..m tb IwUm piu, and will make ad
vances upon all l'i educe aeut oa fr sale or si iuuent, wlito
ET"Otir kause Is kept open, f r.rfn r R fni.irm-'
jya-na, c iiv v,:zxnu.y'i co7
1I(H'5E AND IOT In the foaUern portion of
ti e city. The lot ts situated tx-twet-U Alaiket
and Maple streets, a ennui. cation of front Hre-1;
and fnmt i n Csrroll Hr-et Co fret, rnntnr bsrk l.0 .
fret, to an alley the 11 out contains four rooms, with aa
siri l.N-t lull, IWiuti In froct, and Torch rifht f. et wide,
an t iMu k lU-Hk l4iil.iii.gi. Any t-etaon wirhtng to kiy
neat and cemforiabir hua.e, should rxaniin th abwve houa
aud lot, aa 1 wUl hII It cheap an. I epoa ttasotiahle terms. .
tt. A. HUOWK, tleueral Aleut,
J13 o. 17 lewuaneA sueet.
Here lv l(,trwardlngaiid t'ontsnlaalen
H A alary and CmwraaOiou. Warelwsis (as
sntiatcly on ti bank of tha kUrer.
, I.OOMI N A CTO.
FOEWAnrrrra and cojunssiou kzlchasts,
And s-l aewnt fur th aat of
Uaxard's Kentncky Kifls and Blasting Powder,
BACON A iaO."S AI"ETT Fl'SE, AND
I.eun;riUalarkMuKCalwb U isea,
41 Puhoc f uar, S ASM VIU.E, TEN .
STAR rlE!LS. cr Espertcaoa T Art and Kaiar. by
Iterry War JV.h. r.
ritr ri:oM a pueet, or th tUh Bkttca .,
by Kev. E. W. eh-Hon.
JOT AND CAEC, a rrbrod.'y Book tor Twutg ai others, ky
CL'a t'ol'MCTWEBi, a atrial Uo.rs W taUaxal A3r
icans, by LossSng.
A LO. t, by MarUa Ilariaad, taf Tlrgtala.
J4 rroctyed aad Art aai y
! sea CniUX3 W. eKITH.
N A SI Y I L
WE win pay CASH for Wheat delivered In Nahvil!e.
Sack, furnished. Call and see as before yoa sell
augl5-tf " J. A R. YEATMAS.
r ANTE 1-80,000 BUSHELS WHEAT.
v v highest market price wiu ne paia in vion dj
R. C. BANDY,
angll triw2w No. 50 College t.
ri'ES THOUSAND BCFHELS PRIME RED WHEAT
X wanted, deliverable at i or Warehouse by the 15th Inst,
for which we will pay 1 5 cents per bushel of 60 lbs.
augS . W. H. GORDON 1 CO,
WHEAT! WHEAT I!
200.025 BrSIIF.I.? "WHEAT
tTTA'TED immediately at the highest cash price. Bags
V V furnished if desired. D. D. Dtuani,
aug3 No. 6 College street.
ITTlVTim Ififtfltlft Whala WTiotaf Aalt tr.-.vf it VflHFi
V V vilie. for which the highest market price will he paid
t v aa rj t. t . : . . i ,wJ A .v.
iaj uuu iy 7(M.aV0 iii ttu qmiii'.uj luruistic w ihu.
CHURCtf" AN DERSON,
augi lm Nos. 1 and 8 Broad st
CASH FOR WHEAT.
Jt are prepared to pay the HIGHEST MARKET
V PRICK for Vlicat and Corn, at the Nash
ville City Mills, and desire all the Wheat Growers to gve us
a call before selling eleewhere. Likewise we shall be pre
pared to exchange Flour for Wheat on such terms as will
be satisfactory. O. HAMMOND k CO,
N. B. We will pay 10 per cent above the market
price lor V beat cleaned through
CHILD'S GEADT SEPARAT0SS.
Jell watrwtf G. H. 4 CO,
Ho! for Kingston Springs!
'rut nnaemignea nave maae an arrange- fiftx '
X ment with Mr. James J. Baker, to rune;-?"?
a six pa senger omnibus to the fprlngs three l "
time, per week. Fare each way, two dollar. Office at the
8ewnee Hoae, where neat, mav be secured.
The omnibus will leave Nawville pwuimilly at 8 o'clock,
A. M .on loesaaya, i nnrsdays, and Saturdays.
Returning, will leave the Springs jiunctuaUy at same
hour, on Wunoavs, vt eanesday. and Friday.,
Careful driven, good horses, comfortable omnibuses and
a delightful place or resort ar thus offered to the public
N j pains will be spared to make the trip pleasant, and a so
journ at Hmgsion agreeable.
jcl-2rn E. J. k 3. KREIDER
BAGS I BAGS!!
fS and after the 1st Augmt we will be able to furnish
J loot) bags per day, for the pnrpnse of holding wheat,
flour, oata and corn. Persons requiring Dag. wul pleane
.end in their order, at a. earty a d.-iy a. p alible.
jy2l W. II. GORDON k CO
WHKAT.-SO.OCO bush-Is wheat wanted, (put up
in 2 bnhet Oznaburg Bags,) for which we will pay
cash. IJy21J W. tl. yUKDUN CU.
A 1 S ! cask extra 8uga-cured nam., for sale by
aprl7 W ESS EL k THOMPSON.
sOt'r It ATX I MATTS.-AfewmoreofthoseGum
VJ liath Matta on hand and for .ale by
J. H. McfHLL,
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Fnrnhhing Ptore,
. Jy20 Corner College st and Square.
tlTE heave a few passed .tyle. Btrages, that we are .ell-
v ing at less than hall price.
Jel2 R. C. McNAIRT k CO,
tiji: blst iiAiit ivi:.
TR. 0. M. BALLARDM (new article,) received the high-
U est premium at the World's Fair and America Ih.-ti
TtTTa, where it was esamioed bv the UlSTINGUisuau Curau-TH
Pr.CaiLTim and Prof. Jona Toaamr, and pronounced the
BUT. For sale by the prineipid Druggists in this city.
Price 1. Principal Office and Store, Nos. liiH and iiOO
BROADWAY. New York. martl-ly
FOK II I II I'.. A negro man SG years of age for the
balance of tb year. Alao a boy and girl 9 and 13 year.
General Agent No. 17 Deaderick st
HENDERSON ft NASHVILLE EAILEOAD.
LHrynrfiJ W'.h!'".'ui J vr tt wrw rr wa
IVOTICt: 'I'O MO( KHOLDi:iCS
Orau:a or HraoKBos k Xashvillb R. R. Co. I
Madisos villi, Ky., Aug. 10, 1S55. f
"M"0TICE is hereby give to the Stockholders of the Hen
ll derson and Naxhville Railroayj Company thai the 11th
Instalment on their stock is now due and must be paid on or
before the VOth day or feptember next.
By order of the Board of Directors .
augl4-td AMBROSE G. GORDON, Sec'y.
SEW I I II. II.
SEAGO 5t LAWRENCE,
Grocers, Commission Merchants,
AKD DKkLUm in
GRAIN, BAC0V, I.ARD, HAY, FRCIT. FLOCR.'Ac. Ac.
No. 78 and 74 Whitehall street, Atlanta, .ft.
"CONSIGNMENTS respectfully .olicited and prompt return.
v promised. Cash advance, given on Produce in .tore.
and east) order, nilea with projrptneaa and care.
A few more Families can be supplied
WITH CHOICE BOOMS AT THIS HOTEL.
HS" Also, DAY BOARDERS and transient persons on
reasonable terms. augS
XTEW IJItlEU Al'PLLM wanted by
1 V. U. DICKEY,
auglO No. & College Street, Nashville.
ATKtV I)UIEU I'EAt'IIIOS wanted bv
i D. D. DICKEY,
augIS oa No. 5 College street, Nashville.
I.OTIII(a CI.OTlll; !1
WE are now receiving our stoeV of
ir stoeV of
II the newest '
tTS, Of differ. TT
SPRING AND SUMMER
for men and hoys, comprising a
tyles of COATS, PAN IS and Vfc;
ent qualities, with a large assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSLMESES AND VESTING3,
which we will make up to order In the moot fash'onablc
styles. Also, a large assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods and an ter clothing of the best quality. Silk and Ging
ham Umbrellas, in Mack and fancy colors.
apr tf CLIFTON k ABBOTT.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
t'ASIIIONA ItI.E lIATTEIt,
Ko. 23 Public Square, NASHVILLE.
IOUKlVi:W (iUODK AT
11 lltt- lai
l.lliporluin. avery thing new and '
desirable In the way of 11 K. BKAVER, fc-T "J? "
CAHMMKHK and MuLE fcKIN UAfDcanr- . "
always b louud at Aw. " 1 ".
jt9 - No. ?S Public iaare.
CAVAI.IEIt HATS Tils very popolaryfi
J Style of Hat -either of Mole akin, Casaiiaev orlll
Hesver niail iu tlie highest style i4 the ait, and fln-sP"
Ishcd In t'i moat sup-ru manner, to suit all tastes, ran b
lu'iiidat FRANCIfCtl'S BAZAAR,
1'9 No. 23 Public Sjnar.
v7"0 wii.i. iiavf Tin:
11 receive thlll
L an-1 MOl'K"
t IOlce7 The sutwer'her
day, aa a-onment of the flnest ft AUL
COLORED I1CNUARIAN 11 ATS ever brought to this mar
krt. They wer selreted particularly fj their elegance and
beautiful finUh. Let every boity take a look at U,em.
Jet No. tt Sonth tldt of Public fuuare.
r r i -rs f ri:..TT
ivn a a s a
, - - . - . . . - j . . . - ' m . afr
pepular and very desirable Pl'MMU II AT ha. jtMj'f
beenopeacdat EASCliXr8 HAT STOKE,
Je wo. PabUg Sqoare.
'" THE I.4IIIF. 1)1 rn hand a f-w mors ef
1 those elegant black and drab UOLE RIDi5U HaTfl,
hesi.le ttraw, Vetvot, Ae. Ahvi, wiskinj to order, auyda-
St ri.t,on ef aiote RiJmg Hat desired.
Je . J RANCI9C0, Pob1e Fqnara.
FAimrns attemtios !-jit nt.h-r-a
d, a tew aioi (l tl.we FLAXTATI'iN FlXTlJi
HATS, the bert vr Keu ia Naahviil. Call and ex-
aaiina Uxn ai . N FRASt lsco'8,
e No. aj Public Square.
i i . i
CMIM4 II I S U ATti U-A fcw gree on hand; ala
iussplr Wauu. , .-. JO. O. UROWJi,
l' , U Coltoff St. .
NEW f'LO I 'It tF.JOT.
Office of the KaaaTille City Jem, comer cf Callefe
and Spring Streets.
Jj . 4 o. Hammond a co.
COI t EI-;.- bags artiM Ri Ccffp.;
tags otd Gov. Java Coifee:
4 Ugayra oV;
I stere aad tor al few av
YM0CI. fASMJta A CO.
IXOl II Sie bbi,tr Family flor:
' .V)bbi..xtraw hit Wheat
Oa kaa4 aa4 lor aai by . W. B. GO EDO" Cf
ATTHL W. A. A J. U. atcCWlUml ha et
re4v4 a lariw ka w ka India ffJaxlllrt
HJflHT?T aaarkel re rrvea fbr WHEAT, PORN aa4
Bl'V Jyt O. HAMMONOa CO.
: ODES KILLS"
na of Cay. Puru-u. cu mm kr t
O. . t. V. MtaET.
WILLIAM L. MOESELL,
Dry and Sparkling Catawba
NO. 25 EAST THIRD STREET,
jylG-ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
PROF. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. The testimony
of all who have thoroughly tested the virtue of thi. cele
brated article,:!, that It will restore the fray, and the bald,
eradicate diseases of the Scalp, preserve the hair from fall
ing, and preserve the color perfectly to extreme old .age.
It U now pot np both with and without sediment. See ad
There are few thing which afford na greater pleasure than
sitting down to write a notice of the celebrated Hoofland
German Bitters, because we are fully conscious we are con
ferring a public benefit, and our heart tell us that by our
notice many have been induced to take these Bitten, and
been rescued from death by dyspepsia, liver complaint, Ac,
for the cure of which It is certain. It Is prepared and sold
only by Dr. C. 11. Jackson, at tb German Medicine Store,
No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia.
ee advertisement. augl lm
Letter from Hon. John Minor Botts, of Virginia.
Richmond, July 9th, 1855.
Messrs. Wa. S. Bmus A Co., Genls. Considerations of
duty to the afflicted alone prompt me to .end you this vol
untary testimonial to the great value of " Carter's Spanish
Mixture," for that almost incurable disease, Scrofula.
Without being disposed or deeming it necessary to go In
to the particular of the case, I can say that the astonish
ing result that have been produced by the nse of that med
icine on a member of my own family, and nnder my own
observation and superintendence, after the skill of the best
physician, had been exhausted and all the usual ramedie
had foiled, fully justify me in recommending its nse to all
who may be suffering from that dreadful malady.
I do not mean to say that it Is adai'ta),! to all constitutions,
or that it will afford the same relif fU, ease; for, of
course, I can know nothing aboutHhafv,ilt from what I
have seen of the effects, I would cot hesitate to use It, in
any and every case of fcrofula, with person for whom I
felt an Interest, or over whom I could exercise influence or
oontroL Respectfully yours,
Jy21 tseptl JON. M. BOTTS.
3ee advertisement in another column.
Immense Sale. '
It hat long ceased to be fashionable to "puff" patent med
icines, or do any thing to enhance their .ale; not from any
particular prejudice that baa arisen In the public mind
against them, but .imply from the worthlessness of nearly
all the "great remedie" crowded Into the market. But oc
casionally a medicine that possesea real merit is brought
Into light one that ia really what it purports to be. Of
thi. class, 8loan' preparations can be ranked with .afetv,
for we have heard of no instance where his medicines have
been tried, but that the fullest (atiafacticn has been given,
and their immense sale will fully attest their popularity.
Freeport Journal, IU.
Bk Sloan', advertisement in another column.
FASHIONS FOIt FALL, 1855.
CLOAKS, TALMAS-AND MANTILLAS.
WILL introduce for the inspection of Southern and Wes
tern MerchanU.on the 1st of August, his usual large
Taricijr ui gouos in ills line,
EMHR01DERED TELVFT MANTLES,
RICH 41IOIKE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
PLAIN VFLVET MANTLES. Richly Trimmed.
COMBINATION OF VELVtT AND M01RE ANTIQUE,
Thebuyerof the undersigned having just returned from
France he is enabled to offor the most extensive assortment
of style of any oiher establishment in the country, all of
wnu-ii, oy spec ai contract wun me fang .tianuractures,are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion as the only publisher of regular monthly Fashion Plate,
in Harper', and Oodey'. Magaxines hhould be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select from his stock.
51 Canal Street, & G3 Lispenard Street, N. York.
Principal entrance 61 Canal itreet, Second Manti'la Store
West of Broadway, routh side. augi Kin
W. JACUM A. SOX,
GRATE AND FENDER MAKERS,
24o Front Street and 9J0 Broadway, NEW YORK.
ISAAC L. PLAIT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old estab
lished manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
. Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all ixe. suitable for windows of stores
and dwelliugs, Show Caaes, Coach Lamps, Rail Car, Ac,
constantly on hand at th Warehouse,
TO Hurray Street, IVew York.
AMERICAN PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
THE Subscriber having taken the agency of the above
Company, is now enabled to furnish their Rouirh Pint
Glass, for Sky'ights, Floor-tile and Pavements, of a quality
superior to the import article, and at much lower rate.
JOHN B. PLATT,
Jyl7Sm 79 Murry street. New York.
IIOl'SEKEEriXa HA It D WARE.
PICOT ft SHOTWELL,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
hoi se FrnrvifMiix. hardware,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
f NTTTTF ttiaa Untln. . OrtlTITTBal a. J tVrfy,w
aucunuu UI a-"W A II cn.w IUU ww e,fl,iJ
M W UrU A VTS w T iDltf Avr v t- r v rvti-vuiti
..j v n ssnitun r km T blAA AAA JC.wjA T JJb
STOCK OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE.
I'uuery or every description;
Silver Plated Ware; Japannerv;
German Silver and Britannia Ware:
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Uten.il.;
Bronxed, Copper and Bras. Goods;
Tea Tray., sire Iron., Fenders, Wire Cover;
BroDied Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac
vmi i-Ma (viiiaci Tcr Krucie in our line oi nusmen,
all of which we will .ell to dealer, at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPER. Good, or
dered bv letter will he aeltvJi.il arith ,in.ih
. . -... B vm.w ui m
and put up in the best manner
I-IUUT a BHUTWfcLL
aA ma . w
ino. mjuuen Ln new lore.
PIP S. Also, mannftirturtri of a rery taperior article of
- sltaawf Ktuuin ani4 f.,L m I Ik aT
www a twusi eauu ar ut aa. jrrvui
CO.TIUS, FANS AND FANCY GOODS.
lO I'ark I'lace, New York,
TNY1TE3 tb attention cf Southern and Weatern Mer
chanu to his new stock of Fan. Comb. Hair. Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soap, Port
Monnaiee, Jet and Bead Bracelet, Pocket Bookt, Dress
Pultons, Pin and Needle, Hooks and Eyea, Watch Guards,
M ax, Coral and Glaa itods. Necklace, Ac India Rubber
Comb, Cane, Ball, and Toy. of every description. Scia
sors, Raaor and Cutiery. Gold and Gilt Jewr'-r. Xemr-
deon. and Ytolina, Including a general and very large stork
of Engliih, French and German Fancy Good, which will b
sold at the Very lowest price for Car a or Arrauvao Parsa.
Orders by letter (elected and put up In th beat manner.
WILLIAM TASKER, 10 Park Place, New York.
P. 8. Pleas cut thi out. . sayS diy
R. C. McNAIHY &, CO.
HATE this day received per Express, only sla day out
from New i ork, a beautiful lot of
French-woried Collar- "--- -
Mooraiag Coilars and blecrei, in great variety;
Jackon.t and Swiss Edging and Iuaertinga;
' White Embroidered Muslin Robes;
- Beautiful Evening Dreanea, new style;
Plain, Cheeked and Figured Nainsooks;
Plata and Striped India DirulUas; - - -Pftall
Red ami White Fans:
- Splendid Bridal Fans; . - '
Plain Mou.hn I Lai or and rterage, Ibr TravellDg Dresa
e, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Night tp, Glov Boae. and
many aloe liuie thing, too legion, to Buation, all of wiurh
we will sell at th soweat possibl prisws.
We .-hall receiv during th coming war, one f the larg
est rteck. of tnclbh and Aeierlcan CarprU ver bmoght to
this market. . K. C. McNAIRT A CVj.,
tra Golk-g trwL
JOHN II. WEST kaa rrornOy rrceiyed, in addiUoa
le hi former UA of Factory Findinj,-,
' 1,&U0 feet Leather Bettiag,
Patent Belt Pnnehea asortd ha on handle, '
1t do. Sheep Skins,
1 Calf "
ViJhMt Ring Travate r. ' marlS tf
I IHi:itAL ADVANCES saads fen CASH oa 8hJs
I J vneou to
CUARXEfTON, ' '
AUVANNAir, , ,
. . . , AlACON.
, . . ATLANTA, ani
Jjl FETMOt'R, FAN.NiXQ k t
MORS 115 E SHOES 102 ULDIX3.
LA DIE Fiaa Carooo K.d pywra; '
LadM Fine Frvarti Laaun SppevE
. English "
HicMS SBMf Aid Moo; o eoidl bw
aUAUUK k t'ilCRCTf, .
ag - U Cellrw. trw.
. NOTICE. . ..
Sfl. LOOVa A CO, anv sols Agent fee NajirTfVs, wID
fuetixti itt pax af Tiianssaa with an lb stiftevwat
kind of WtXR aaad by me, at By Ciaciaastt wVJcaal
Mora. A too, th Catawba Uny Cutur-y, A plaatma.
CU M s isstsa. . . . . laiNUWURTH.
Louisville, Aug. 23.
The river is falling with five feet sevea inches
water ia the canal.
Cincissati, Aug. 23.
Flour is dull and unchanged sales at $6.75a.85.
Whest is active at $ 1.25. Corn is dull at 70a71.
Whisky is firm at 33a33i. Sugar ia in good de
mand fair sold at 7Ja7J.
Pinsr.CRO, Aug. 23.
River at a stand with four feet six inches water
in the channel.
The Democratic convention met to-day, CoL Sam'l
Black presiding as chairman. Strong anti-Know
Nothing resolutions were passed; also, resolutions
declaring the nationality of the Democratic party,
and approving the administration of Pierce.
New York, Aug. 23.
Flour is firm with an upward tendency 9.25
for good Ohio; Southern is easier small sales at
$9.25. Corn is a trifle higher, whit sales at 90.
Pork is active at advanced rates Mess $21.50,
Baltiv jrk, Aug. 23.
The latest intelligence from Norfolk and Ports'
mouth represent the fever as etill on the increase.
There have been 37 deaths in the two cities within
the last twenty -four hours.
St. Ions, Aug.23.
A mass meeting of the Freesoilers of Kansas was
held at Lawrence on the 14th inst. . Over six hun
dred persons were present. Gen. Schuyler presi
ded, assisted by the usual number of Vice Presi
dents and other officers. Strong resolutions were
passed denouncing the election on the 13th of
March last, as a great outrage, and denying the
. legality of the Legislature now sittjag with preten
sions to the right of enacting laws, and regarding
its action as without authority, and pledging them
eelves to resist its acts; also, recommending the
election of delegates to a convention to form a
State constitution, with a view of an immediate
State organization, and application to the next Con
gress for admission into the Union as a State.
A resolution tendering thanks to Gov. Reeder
NEW GRAND DUCHY OF BADEN LOTTERY
Capital 14,000,000 Fiorina.
t puis LOAN is guaranteed by the Government, and will
X ne drawn in n uerent prizes, as rouows :
14 of Ni.lKiO Florin.
M of 4V,ihM Florin.
12 of 35,000 uo
9 of 12,000 do
40 of &.WK) do
Cxsof 4,000 do
1844 of 1.000
28 of ll .tKXJ do
65 of 10,(0 do
9 of 0xl do
8(36 of 2.000 do
lorina, Ac, He.
The lowest prize being 42 florin.
Twelve Florins are equal to Five Dollar..
The next Drawing takes place at Carlnrnhe, nnder the
Direction of the Baden Government on
The 31at August, 1855,
When every drawn number must obt.iio cue of the above-
mentioned Prise, which will be paid in Osah, at Iha office,
of the undersigned. Those fortunate Shareholder, not re
siding on the spot, will have their amount of prises gained
paid to them through an established Bank. The List of
the result will be sent to each Shareholder, and the success
ful number published in the newspapers.
The price of one Ticket is Two Dollars.
The following advantage are given by taking a number
or Ticketsvi :
11 Tickets cost only 20 I 50 Ticket cost only f SO
2!) do do do 40 100 do do do 10
The price for Tickets can be sent In Bank Notes or Drafts,
payable in any of the commercial towns of Germany, llol
and, France, England, Scotland or Ireland.
For Tickeis and rVo?ectu.ies, apply to the undersigned
Banking House, which It appointed for the sale of Ticket :
M0R1Z STIEBEL SON4, Banters,
N. B. Letter, to be directed "per steamer, rtVi Liverpool,"
to Moriz SvitBKL Sxh, Bankers, In Frankfort-on-the-Maine.
Remittances which arrive after the day of drawing, will
be returned, or invented in the next drawing, at the option
of the sender.
re-Orders for Ticket left with B. II. BARKH0RN. No.
14 Deaderick street, Naahvlll, Tenn., will met with prompt
attention. JyS taugsl
FEVER AND AGUE CURE
OR, NATURE'S INFALLIBLE SPECIFIC,
FOR the Prevention and Cur of IxntaaiTTurt and Rs
ainn.1T Frvaas, Fan and Aon, Cunxa and Fivaa,
Duxb A or a, Gxaiaai. Dkrujtv, Nioirr Swan, and all other
form, of disease which have a common orij iu in Mautaia
or Miasma. This subtle atmospheric poison which at cer
tain season, i. nnavoidably Inhaled at every breath, is the
same in character wherever it exist North, South, East or
West and will every where yield to this newly discovered
antidote, which is claimed to be the oaaATavr biscovaav ia
HBOICIN BVaa MAD.
Thi. specido is .o harmles that it may be taken by per
an of every age, sex or condition, and it will not substi
tute for one disease others still worse, as is too often the re
sult In the treatment by Quinine, Mercury, Arsenic, and
other poisonous or deleterious drugs, not a particle of any of
hich is admitted into this preparation.
The proprietor distinctly claim, there extraordinary re
mit from tha use of this NATURAL ANTIDOTE TO MA
LARIA. It will entirely protect any resident or traveler even In
the most sickly or swampy localitiea, from any Ague or Bil
ious disease whatever, or any Injury from constantly Inhal
ing Malaria or Miasma.
It will instantly rheck th Ague In persons who hav suf
fered for any length of time, from on day to twenty years,
so that they need never hav another chill, by continuing
its use according to direction.
It will Immediately relieve all distressing results of Bile
i on. or Ague diseases, such aa general debility, night sweat,
Ac. The patient at once begin, to recover appetite and
strength, and continue, until a permanent and radical cur
Finally, it as will banish Fever and Ague from faml'le
and all claaaea. Farmers and all laboring men, by adopting
it aa a preventive, will be free from Ague or Bilious attack
In that season of th year which, while it is tte most uckly,
I th moat valuable on to them.
tine or two bottle will answer for ordinary case, some
may require more.
Direction, printed In German, French and Spanish, ao
eoropany each bottle.
Price One Dollar. Liberal discounts maJ to the trad.
Trada circular forwarded on application, nd th article
will b consigned on liberal term to responsible parties la
every section of th country.
J AH. A. RHODES, Propriety,
PrnvUienc. R L
AGENTS. New Tork C. Y. Clkkener k Co aad C. H.
Elng; Phiiadelptiia T. W. Dyott A bou.
And for sale by deakr generally.
READ FOR YOURSELVES.
From Hon. Car Johnson.
NAsavaxa. ';g.1 1T5.'
Pbai St. I hiv ft several we-r, used ., pair 'of voir
Braailliaai PeW.te Spectacles and Avi no hcliatlon IB iUt
ing that I consider them aur-J, pnpe,ior to any other ever
i" " Fur ia rwsocameodtng tb
ue of them u m, friend., to prrt reae to any other.
Respectfully, jour obedient servant,
,.-. C. JOHNSON.
. Jr H. Exaaoxa, NathyiUe. .
Caioa ssd Amcricas? Oinca, I
NaahviiW, Ang. 18, 1953. f
I have been a!cg g'sase for mn fcrcr ordft years, and
during that time I have tried numbers dlffirent deaerip
tion and manufacturo, sou, of which I thooglit very good:
but a few day. line I obtained a pair of Mr. SaRimoii.'
braailliao Peibl Spectacles, have given then a pretty fair
trial, aud I tav no hesitation m saying that they ar fa
upvrW to anjr-Mog that IU v ever tried in that line. '
o. & roaaxTT.
Fioot Hugh Erwtn, Esq.
Mr. J. H. Pcatwo Dear Kr. Th Braaliliaa IVhoi Glaa-
tfcat I pwrchaaed of yoa a hoot two week si oca, bav
r rov4 fully equal to all yoa saMrecpeetiMttMcrgood qa
Uea. Tbey ar ouch superior to any I have ever os4, and
I wwaU eanMty advise all who ar compelled to aw Spec
Uele to call at your emo aad procauw a pais wlUwat de
lay. I weald aotb with oat thv waasrthntv.tiaa what
taeyeoai. Kcspeetniilv yow.
t& Mr. Sawwaxs1 Gltat eaa boMatn4 alfcts 0e,
ever W. T. Berry A Co. Bookatora, natil tfimbet 1st,
aad at ao other place, 4'-1
I OFFER a Umm ana Lot oa tha ecor of Befl
and Spring sUeeta, la E-!fe;J. Th s front oa
Vprtng rwt vnty f et, od ran back oa BS ctrwrt two
fctusdrwdfex to atwtlwfcot alley. Im boas it two Movtas
kbjth, with a porch above aad awiaw, ttd oataiat loar rooaa
bwaiJea dlntiig roam, bata yoosn, servant1 vsn, kitehaw,
Kaf Ir. aaal carrta- Lease, waa a good outers iiaA osilar.
Two Lets tssmodJaiery back the abov, neatfog Bfty
ftret oob Ken m, and nutatag beak en 1 andred sad
itiflty-awr fcvi, all ranh-wA. Aavd oa fc4 la West Itaah
w.tas, arvcituig any a-ot oa Lavas Mrcwt, ajsd r in Ding bock
Oat. audrwd aad Mveaty-avw tea to a AAma haH aiiry.
Th prwpwrty a b beagb. oa foaat ., aad lb
Vacant lata ar Wirai buuoiicg loCa. tot lutar yartio
atar aad torsa, apply to
JL A. IAIXOwTL G.n" AfX
aijM Na. IT Dcad.rea irt.
1 1. 1 V tH L 5 aaa Oltv Oil, jwa rett!4 Aaw,
C ao. af a chatoa arasat af Tawsaay tat, wIbob
rto to ia arauaary uttv OU, fur toa as
w , JO. W.IIQWS.
LASQE FALL SALE CF
AT AUCTION, BY
1RBY MORGAN & CO.
lltli, 12 tit, & 13tb September, 1855.
OUR FALL SALE AT AUCTION, embracing th 11th,
12th and 18th September, ISiS, will comprise all 'he de
scriptions of Dry Good usually required in He tail Store,
DARK Pit INTS, (neat styles.)
CASH. TIE RES,
SILKS, (Black and Fancy)
FLA N ELS,
CASS I .Tl ER ES,
HKO WN .TIFSLIN-S
The Good, will POSITIVELY be sold WITHOUT
No bids will be taken except from MERCHANTS.
The Good, iu this stock are all NEW and FRESH.
It embrace, as many handsome styles as can be found In
any Jobbing House in Tennessee.
We have positive Instructions to close consignments.
No LIMITS on them. IRBY MORGAN A CO.,
augl td No. 4 Public Sqaare.
NA SEVILLE BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
'fit EST SALE.
BY virtue of a deed executed by John St. Juhn to the
Nashville Huilding Association, dated November lt,
l:ifi, and registered in the Retrirter's (Mice of Davidson
county, in Book No. 19, pages 123 and 124, I will sell at the
Court House, in Nashville, Tennn on SATURDAY, the 25th
day of August. 1n"5, to the highest bidder, for CASH, a Ut
of ground in Edpefleld, fronting 125 feet on Sycamore street
and running buck 210 feet to Walnut alley, and adjoining
the land, of L. Baker and Shelton. Sole within the usual
At the same time and place, I will also sell Five Share, of
Block forfeited to the Nashville Building Aoriation
augll-td CHARLLS A. FULLER, Treaa.
NASHVILLE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
Tit I ST SALE.
Y virtue of a deed executed by David A. Cole to the
Nashville Building Association, dated October 9 I
and registered in th Register's Office of Davidson county,
in Book No. li, page tWit, 1 will sell at the Court Hoaae, in
Nashville. Tenn., i n SATURDAY, the 25ih day of August,
to the highest bidder, for CASH, a lot of ground in Edg
field, fronting on the north side of Church street, contain
ing one acre and thirty two feet of ground, and adjoining
thelandsof II. J. Davis and (treenw.d Pvne, being the
lot purchased by .aid Cole of G. Payne. Sale within the
At the aime time I will sell Five Share, of Stock, furniVl
to the Nashville Building AMocitioo.
augtl :d CUARLKd A. FULLER, Treaa.
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
THE Fifth Annual Cour of Lecture iu thi Institution
will commence on Mond ty, the 2'Jth of October next,
aod continue till the first of the ensuinir March.
PAL L F. EVE, M. D., Principles aud Practice of Surgery.
JOHN M. WATSON, M. D., Obstetric and the Disease
of Women ana Children.
W. K. B0WL1.NG, M. D.t Theory and Practice of Medl
cine. A. H. BUCHANAN, M. D, Surgical and Pathological
C. K. WINSTON, M. D., Materia Medica and Medical
ROBERT M. PORTER, M. D., General and Special Anat
omy. J. BERRIEN LINDSLEY, M. D., Chemistry aad Phar
macy. THOMAS R. JENNINGS, M. L., InaUtote cf Med Ids
and CLnical Medicine.
WILLIAM T. BRIGGS, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The Anatomical Room will b opened for Student on th
first MoDiisy in October.
A full IVtUmin.ity W of Lecture, fre to all Btu
dents, will be given by the Professor, commencing alio on
the first Monday of October.
A Clinique has been established In connection with the
University, at which operation, are performed, and eae
prescribed for, and lectured npon. In presence of the Class.
Amount of Fees for Lectures in the Unlverity i f 105.
Matriculation Fee. ( paid once only,) f5. Practical Anatomy
1 10. Graduation Fee
Good Bearding can be procured at about 8 per week.
Further information can be obtained hy addressing
J. BKRRlkN LINDSLEY,
JylS wtrw2m Chancellor of th University.
rnhcrsity Grammar SeLooI.
School, designed to prepare boy for th Freshman
A Claas ot the College, will b, opened on til loth of oepi
lt&5. Tuition (25 pw term of 20 week.
Person dusiring further information may apply to
J. B. LINDSLEY.
Chancellor of University, or
J. B. JOHNSON,
augtl lm Superintendent W. kf. I.
WE hav opened thi day .
73 piece new style Carpets;
1 M piece. Irish Linen., direct Importation;
The Linen ar at a profit ka than w have been able
to otter them before.
10 pieces assorted colored Muslin de'Lainc;
5 Mua. de Kaiao Traveling Dresses;
8 boxes New Ribbons;
dos. French tiatrPktrta;
i " " - Bishops
A nice lot of French Erobroklrrie.
These Goods art fresh aad t very low price. Call soon
at R. C. McNAlRY CO..
aug T e 65 College street.
71 NE SOAPS.
Amiirosial Shaving Cream,
Italian Medicated Soap,
Superior Honey do
anse do do
Almond do do I
Mlnley's Fine To!M Soap,
Old Brown Windsor do
Whit do do
Together with the moat favorite kt-.,fa n-irl anI w
ale low at STRETCH'S Drag fit-re, corner ol College and
FINE FLAVORING EXTRACT
Earact Rose. I Ext'
" Pin Apple,
Received and for ai ia quantities to suit at SI KETCH3
D rag More, eoraer College and, Union da. aaylS
L Ball Lavender,
Mill Ftcnr Water,
Col of D do
Orange FTowe Water.
For aaia in aawrt4 ai bMU, at fcTaUCTC U'S Dreg
Star, eoracr Coiieg aad Laioa Ma. my U
TWO HOUSES AND L0TSF0R BALE ONlt
r r Rent.
I OFFER fir sale two new BRICK DWFLLISO HOUSES,
en Know! street. West Naahvlll aix room each, ana1
two sury poreh etsvrrn attached rnd aaalthy kaUoa,
and every way or mkirtabl and detirabl, and convenient
to a fine Sulphur Well. A good bargain will be given oa
liberal terms, or ( wlj xehao 'ur land aa th Mississippi.
One of thtia is tor rent auul mAA.
JeU--tf 1. Vf. f. MAN5IX0
GEO. V. C0VA,
' A T T O R N E V AT LAW,
General Aent for tliw Patrclsavae. ftaJw
suad Rent ml Real Estate, and th
Collectlws. C Claim,
No. 43 Chsrry Street,
. NASHVILLE, TENN.
PROMPT aitentkia will b rtvwa to all btasinea r.trasud
to hint, and special atteauua to th coUoclioa of (an tore
ttaim throochowi Mid i: Trsneaae.
Isntorw. A. C. A A B. tth, tvaas, Portor A Ca.
L. k. ru A Ca, Thoa. T. Sai!y, Es-Gov. Netll & Krwwa
Josiall Prrt, NtshvtUe. Tsan.; Geo. J. A. BatUo, DavU
oa CO., Tenn.; Ex-Gtrv. W. B. CaoplMU, lbaoi, Taa
Hon. Joba P. Caratbara, Memphis, T.on.; W. D. LwadVsrM
New York Uty.
FOK RENT I tav tot rwul a splendid staad for a
B ackaBita, ia th btarfraiabair' Ptk, 10 aa.taa fro
NasbviU. laaprorseeou, gjo4 ahopa, family raaKieaata,
aad all SMmwn ot Um, U c svl aona ( civand Ua4,
ptoiuy ol ar wvo t, Ac. T.rwi wf. Apt-iy
Z, A. ALL0 W Ua1 Ail,
ianl a-S IT Havwnrt tra.
kore XwT rrocr.
GENTS pr Pawot Leadwr Oifcrda;
Oral. Kifr CkMb Coagraa Ualtoraj
les&w fr Ca.f UiJurtfy
Maavl ta-dav by ItAJtaGt A CUUkCB.
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ST. LCU1S ADVERT1SLMENTS.
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From the Newspaper Advertising Aeeney of W. 8. SWTSt
MER, No. 14 Second Street, ST. LoUl, Mo.
- 'WELCH k GRIFFITH'S
f3 THZT m
HAVING purchased from Mr. Wm. RwthweU hi Patent
Right for grinding CIRCULAR and other Saws, for
which w have paid him a Urge sum. akd wb aa th sols
noraiaToss or tbis fatut. Wo wia reward any penoa
giving information of Infringement on the same.
This is the only Machine-, ever invented, that will grind a
Saw perfectly even in thicknees
They will require less aett will not heat while running
will saw smooth save lumber and keep an edge longer
thin any other saws made aud are not liable to becoaaa
All oo r Saws are made from an extra qaality of Cast Steel,
imported expressly for our own use, A niuctt higher cos
than ia generally used for Saws.
We respectfully inform all manufacturers of Lumber, that
no Saw will be sent from this establishment but what le of
superior steel and workman; hip, the temper will be found
more even and uniform than any Saw in use.
I yT" Orders received at our War-house 62 Coneres at.,
Boaton. WELCH A GRIFFITHS.
And by oar Agent,
sog50 3a , 213 Main Street, St. Ion I.
lirlJ, Bcarihlcc & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PIECE GOODS FOE
71 JE aV
No. 15S Main St., St. Louis, Mo.
HAVE NOW IN STORE A HEAVY AND C0MPLKTI
stock bt Go -da suitable for the
ALTCMN AND WINTER SALES.
anJ are prepared to compete with anyj ibbing house ta.th
The stock consist, in part of the following good, vis ;
C Ia O Til.
T K E DS,
SATIN DE CHINES,
Every description of
TAILORS' AND CLOTHIERS' TRI3IJI5G3.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
MEN'S Fl R3ISIIINU GOODS.
An invitation is hereby respectfully extended to
MERCHANT?, CLOTHURS AND TAILORS,
visiting the city for the purpose of buying goods in thi. line,
to examiiiaoor stock before makiug their purchase.
All orders wiil icccive prompt attention,
auglo div,m FIELD, LEARTSLEK A CO.
F. A. nUNT,
Lot of Hubbell A Hunt,
J. K. HUNT.
F.. A. HUNT &. CO.,
1 R O D I V E ,
romciNsion and Toruartlin
l o. 19 Levea Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Tl lhere sirictly to a Commission Huainess, ard w
oUcitconsignmenuof PRODL'CE, MEKCHANDlSlt,
Having ample f.-ullitiei for doing business, which ar wo.
urpa.saed by any hou-e in the Western couutry, piarticulat
attention will be paid to filling order for any ile-cription ot
merchandise; also, to R EC El VINO AND FORWARDING:
GOODS. Liberal fclvancea will be maile when Vequired.
F. A. Hesv refer to the numerous friend and patron at
the late firm of Uubbell k Hunt, of which he wa a member.
vn riaa rxns to, .
Lucas k Simonds, St. Louis, I Doan, K.ng k Co., St. Lou!,
Page k Bacon, Hon. A. A. Livivoce, Hoalon.
Woous, Christy A Co. CUdia, Mellen A Co., N. York.
mar81 OraJaw F. A. HUNT k CO..
WHOLESALE CANDT MANUFACTORY.
it. 0. B0ITN.
WALTER 6l BOIIN,
Not. 31 ft 33 Market Street, between Mala It 2d,
ST. LOUIS, M0.
CONSTANTLY en hand a larire and freah assortmjal of
all kinds of FANCY CANDIES, which, for Cheapness,
Quality and Variety, can Lot b surpassed by any other es
tablishment in the West. m.irill dawly
ST. LOUIS STEAM PLANING MILL,
lumber lard, and Saali, Door, Blind,
Moulding and Box Farlory,
Corner of & Fallon and Zth Strtet.
Office North Sile of Olive, No. 117, Between 4:h and Sib
Street, Saint Louis, Mo.
UTl have always on hand the following articles, war
ranted of the best material and workmanship,
thoroughly aeasnnad by !-team, aud a low as similar wrk
can be furnished in the Hett :
Pine and Pop'ar Weather
Boarding, White and Yellow Pin
Shinrle and Lath,
aaile to order.
WILLIAM WADE A CO.
n indow Sash,
Door and Window Frame,
Bo iea of every description I
ESTABLISHED IN 1635.
G. & C. TODD 5c CO.,
(5inw)rl to Irt Timid at Sm,)
Km. 812 .-aiAl .f STREi:T,cor.of Morgan
SAINT LOUIS, M0.,
Importari and Manufacturers of
FEELTH BTJEE T.TTT.T. ST03E3,
Do tela Anchor Boiling- Cloth,
PORTABLE GRAIN HILLS,
PLANTER OF PARIS,
IRON PR0t;F STAFFS,
Material ia th larvwst fa Ik
Our assortment of Mill
rmi .vr;V At prraent we hav oa band 230 pair a
Uni-es prompt:, fi led and all articles war
aintod. mar21 lyl
O. A C. TODD k CO.
EMPIRE SAW WORKS.
W. L. F. GAGE CO.
Wareroona No. 37 Main Street,
s r. loi is, no.
awrTArTTPERS of every dewtpttnn of itra fat
SlM Mill. (Hrruiar. fxd. JfaeVey, IVma ( wa, f oUvm,
Il.mii an 4 Vaw4 Sfta: Na MinUU, f"na4 and Cud
ClUmlt, Tmi torrtna, Aaww, Hmiyr inUclm, itotrmgt.
tfjruld Saw repaired and aaad a good a new, at maO
The anderairned hav wil aeb Improvement, an4 ar
rived at a-h perSmhia la tb tempering and grinding de
partment of their Works, and take socb pain to prowwe th
best quality of Stoei, that they caa asvri, without fcar mi
euntrssliciioa, that their .lark of bows en hand and now
being roaaafaetared, ar and nl b. no. OMly eejual
oat (aacrlar to aajr uaade la or brought
to thi market.
Evry Saw uM acder their guwaata will be saad goof
to la nurs!,aa.r, if But Muid to b so oa trtaL
marf arjiawly W. L. F OSOE CO.
SAWS! NAHiill SAW a Ml
vt7wt ctt a. rz rvvTT rr-
auvu aa vaaii4M.
LXTRA fin Cut Stocl Clreoiar Saw of every , Inefa
uiuf saws wur w poriao sw awi, una a. m. m m
elualv, in rtlaBSater, logetbrr with Uaogs, Holey, bfiR,
Cro Cat, Pitt, and all other kind. Th eekbratwi Basra
bav been ta eaunaiv bm at th N na Wast, lh but
tewnly-fiv year, and era eouida-rd by eompetrnl Jndge
Ibe bawl au.1. Mannfacturad by theot. and fur aJ by tftrir
. n k , i u.i. - a, i nni a 1. trt
ai at Mar. Clark, kUntrow A Co.'a, aad gingslaadl A
a .. Ba I .4.
T wTIaVa a, aWHISa.
WM. JESS OP SOTS CZIXE RATED 87E3I
Of al! kiBda, to Mor M sapor ir rtov, aa good wrvas
a caa b obtained trosi any thsr booa nfagd la lb
nr-1" af tha article.
- U. iAKEWELT, Aire,
badlcid hl ,r-fvoaa,
be. HIS Mala (treet,
fbS tw Su Louis, Mo.
" JOKSSON & WEAVER,
Sa. t aa4 n SoatA Mark! strvel, N AiHVlLLX, TINS
cnzsAi, ccMJKrsioN, eicetytso
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Aad RcelTrt aad Dealers ia CoKca.
T rETP9 wa iiaad a fall sapply of GSOCtRIYS, EAGGINS),
IV BOre. A ad wiu p.y tha blithe priesr lor Cattoa,
aratakelibvea t ad van aa tb ni Um tbipaaeat.
AND WARRANTS I aill pay Caa to . U par
i Sua bavlavl Laa4 w arvaaia to d.pl
V. A. aaii-oi t, u.n. At,
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