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NASHVILLE. TEM., SATURDAY. ;:EPTEMBER 15.. 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3415.
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DAILY TRUE WHIG.
Mtivnm urn rnn.iw3 v .
B. R. McKEXKIE AND GEO. BROTC.,
mE t rmM or
B. S. McKENMIE ft CO.
OFFICE ON DCADEIUCK STIIEET.
HATES OF ADVERTISING.
Newspaper proprietors generally, nd especially of this
ity, under the usage and regulation heretofore prevalng
are called upon to perform more labor without remunera
tion, thin any other class of community. The gratuitous
publication ot charity and religiou advertisement,and com
municstions, tribute of respect, obituaries, Ac. Ac which
ran only be inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, Im
pose! upon them a burden so onorous, that they feel called
upon, in elfiMence, to check the ataise, by making such
publication a charge, to some extent at least, upon the par
t les more mmedtatoly interested. In this they are but fol
lowing the example of the press In oth-r cities, Impelled by
a serine of It Intrinsic propriety, and Imperative duty to
themselves Tlie uberilei-s have, therefore, united togeth
er In a mutnal a- -ement, uion the lo lowing specified terms
or the publication of these us well at every sort of regular
for each aquare or U line or lea of brevier, or 1 0 lines or
lessof nonpareil, tor the 1a insertion tl
Foreach adiliUoiial insertion, per square M
for one square. 1 month daily,. ewh additional l 150
do do S do do H (Ml to do
do to - ft do - do ' 10 00 do do
do do do do 1ft 00 lo do
.do do 14 do d ' 20 0ft do do
do do H do changeable at plea-ure,....
' Each additional aquare,
For one aquare per month, tri weekly f 4 00 each add. V
no do x ao ao . "
- ' do ' do 8 do do 8 00 do
do 6 do do lie
do 12 do do IS oo do
rinrhnnceshle at nlonsure. 25 00 do
P.MttUMnH wtllbe published at 1n per column
deilv.ortTStrt-week'y with "fi.rear-h renewal.
rtemiaUrunninirto New Orleans will be charred f-iO
. r the season; and wlen running to BU Louis, Cincinnati,
Ac 14 for the season of rmt more than six months.
The privilere or Yearly Advertisers Is strictly limited to
their own Immediate and regular business; and the business
of an Advertising Firm Unit considered as including that
of it or individual members.
Advertisements published at Intervals, tit.: weekly, or
monthly, are charged 1 P-r square for the first, and M cts
or every subsequent insertion. . .
Call, on per-on. "n'e eand,.liie w. J he Inserted I at
other advertisement, to be paid for in ran!, y ';
Atusonoeiiig candidate, for County and etate offices ..and
for municipal offices to be paid in advance m every in-
' "fad vertiiwmenU for .Hangers or transient person, to be
not marked on the copy for a specified
time will be inserted till forbid, and payment exacted.
No advertisements can he inserted gratuitously.
All advertSemcuts for charitable insulations, firecomp
Dies. war? town, and other public meetings, including reli
gious notices, to be char,rei half price.
Mr' "iages and deaths are published as new. X&T Obtt
Ua.i tnb.ite.of resi.ect, and funeral invlaHons asother
'.arTdvr. and all other, serdfng mmHea
XionsTrC'uinns notice-, designed to rail attention U Fairs
xTeZL Conceru, or any public enterU.ume.,.., where
rh.r?e are madPtor a.Vniltance, all nof.ee of pnyMe asso
dations, every notice designed to call attention to private
enurpr i,e. calculate J or inteMdrd to promote i"'ilv.d..l In,
serest only he Inserted with the understandin g that the
lame law ,be Tpaid for. If inserted in the editorial column
(which rarfC only at the di-retion of the editor-) the same
wT. ,e charged ai the rate of not le.s than . cents per Ime
Tlie un.l.-rigned, publishers of dio'v and tri weekly paper.
lnNa,hvii,e. ; L.giou selves stri Z1" -;7mt ra,lb0Ve
bill of prices and In no Instance to devist from them.
D R. McKKNMF. A CJ.,True Whig UCxc.
j'h MARUNO CO., Union ud American.
W. F. BANG A C., Banneruuiuc,
sjaBni'iTi - jaMaJgygri i jf
AItIICSO S. P. dealer In Lace and Fnncy
U icVc'l-Doo -treet, No. 82, between Coeg,
and Cher y atretU, Nashville, Tenn ZL.
I llttV. mTt. jTcUm Wholeale and Retail
"d"" in Book.. Stationery; Ac. We.t de PW
C TFrTO A- AHItOTT.s dealer in Gentlemen'.
Anparel and Furnishing Gooda, Cedar ftreet, near the
DOI ;!., II. A: II. A: CO., J"!'"?
W hob-sale dealer, in Dome.tks Iry GhmU, HaU, Cap.
UonneU, Kioe., Brogan., Ac, north side Public Square.
MAKI A: CO., Importer, and Wholesale dealer. In
hi Foreign .7d Domeltic, Fancy and SUple Good., Bonfeu,
HaU, BooU, Shoe., Ac, north aide r ubiic pquare,
FAIAj A- ri'!'!VI'.II importer, ana r. m.,c-
.ule and Retail dealers in Table and PfCket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College t. between Cnionand tna gquare.
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I'.MiritMKITT, 1. W., Wholesale and R
tuil dealer in Drugs, Medicine., PaluU, UU, Uye-stuUa,
rorner of Cedar aU and the Square. jcls
K f Altf I.I.I II. V., Civil Engineer, Surveyor and
1I HiaujrliUman. Also, Book Keeper and Oenera c
eoiibtant. Ollice on Spring U one doorwe.tof Cherry .U
OICUAN A CO., Wholesale dealer. In Foreign and
Domestic fry Good., etc. North ide Public Square.
OTi:VHT, HOIIEIIT, Wholeaale and RcUU
O dealer in irrerie. Liquors, Boat Store., etc., Water t.,
r.iii'ing upper Hteatnbcat Landing. 1S
nil'l l'.'IA, V. S., Manufacturer and dealer
In Priming, Writing, Wrapping Paper, eaat .ide Public
Zl 1 1-. II "! A X, J. PI., Wholesale and Retail dealer
I iq UruK-s, M.Ui ines, Painta, Oil.. Dye-.tuffa, etc., sign of
the Lion and Mortar, Market St., 4 door, from the Square.
rflDK undersigned, late it Georgia, having removed to the
1 t'lty of Nashville, offers hi. service, to the citiaen. of
Georgia, E. Tennessee and North Alabama for the purchase
of Iry Goods, trocerle Corn, Wheat, Rye, B.cuji, 1 ard.
Fine Horses, Mules, Cattl.-, and in short, every article of
trade offered in the Nashville market.
The- Merchant, of Nashville are men of high character
nd pecuniary Manding, and have Urge ai.d ell i lex-ted
tocks that they offer on liberal term., which .hould induee
the n. reliant of Upper Georgia, F.aat Tennessee and Nor h
Abtbamato give the Nashville market atair tna1. As to
the tirocery Market, the rroprirty will .uggv.t itaeir to the
mind or every merchant in the bectluu of country named,
a. the moat proper for their trade. ...., ,
The long connection of the undersigned with the Railroad,
of Georgia, as General Agent, Treasurer and Superintend
ent of Transportation, as well as Ag-nt at t biittanooga ey.
erl yeaui tor th Banking interest of Savannah, will enable
him more readily l li..iigate claims aaiut Railroad
Comnlea, for lost goods or tor damage while in transitu,
lor the renewal or r isoountof note, or bills lu bank, Ac.
AU letter. Inclosing orders and money will receive prompt
attention, and all ordei. without the money, when aatisfao
tory evidence of solvency and promptness aceompanie. the
aaine, or the partie. known to be such, .hall leceive like
Attention, when ordering Article, that come under the rule
or custom of the market to sell on time. 1 will also give
trict attention to reoeiviog And fcirwarding all good, that
... . . i. . .. km h ((J tyi ml rartt. Tlie
re noi to ue awrru, mat urj - j
charge for the purchaae ol goods, A. will be five pe' een
commission, and twenty eenU for each box or package for
receiving and t warding. ! ; kT'o
Post Office Building, No. 8,
RFFniirNCrjS R. R. CCTL. Vq. Prei't Central Rail
road and Bank. Maj. A. P.Ta. l'rea't Bank SUt of Geor
gia, Savanna! ; IuC Sott, Kq., IWt Maoon and West
rmi lUslroad, Maoon; Hon, Joua P. KiW, Pre.'t, aoJ 0m
Yokob, Supt Georgia Railroad, And S. T. Oma, tsq., An
gvsu; M J. J. r. Coons. Gen. Sup't Westeu and AtlaoUO
Railroad, AUanta; Gen. A.J. HavssXL, Attorney at Law,
Marietta; Gsaut S. I Lcx. q Rome Ga.; Capt. J"1
WuxiaM and Col. J. A. WHjril. Cbattatooga, J. U
l(a and Jo, FamfKA, Esq.., KuoaviUe, Tenn.; HiUJAJl
Mi.uxa-H, lq., Decatur, and Ju lga La a a, UunUviilt, Ala.
: AX. A. JOIIXSTOV.
WATCHMAKLR, JLWLLLKR AND FILVERSMITQ,
No. 49 caaajiT sraarr, (ouuru'a riuiio.)
hah lust receiver a lot oi new ana iasn.
lonable JLWKI.RY, which he willacUaal
cneapa. can oc pujiiu in hmuoiw.
I will also manofacture
ii'UTLKV AXU MLVEK WOIIK .
ml everr dewriptiow to order, en the shortest notice. S1U
VFK SPOONS, FURKU, KN1VLS, Pl.ATfcU AND FANCY
6(HDf erernll) kept coostaotl on band, ant for sale vert
heap. . , ."'ll.
MXW Itevr sand Itrantlfnl Articles Ad
ded U aay -sua! auppliea.
r4T"lo not forget suy spl.ndld Nol mrr.
, W. HANDKKKHOTT,
Corner of Cedar Sureel and the Sqoara,
aprSS Nashville, Tcan.
AID GENFRAL AGENT,
. JTa. 3 Cherry Street, KaAhTUle, Tnn.,
WILL Attend te the Sale of Drv Goous, Groceries Seal
JjUte, and Personal Ft. "F- M. . .
Asm, erill attend o the Reutinf or eolleetlng Of Rent, ol
TT oases, and lLr Nrgrs, Ac
ftrrtt collecting of Clam ., or the adjustrreot Of the
-., piaoed in hi. Lauds will be Attended u lib l'!
nea. and despatch. 'rl
A' 7;itici irt itAi. iMiM.i:Mi:wTv-Oor
fheller., h:raw Cutler., Cidrt UiiK Gram Will, Clmrua,
Fanning Mills, G rlndstone Roller., Grain MeaMrea. Horse
fower.,Fto,Fnmpa, Meat Cuiu. And Grinder. 6u,a
W"i tJ D. V. DICK FY,
- iM2 Calkre street, lahUl.
New York City Easiness Directory.
From S. M. PETT1NGILL A CO'g ADVERTISING AGESCT
119 Naaaao Street, New Vobk, ' .
And No. 10 State street, Bosrog.
P. A Co., are Agent? for the most Influential and largest
circulating Commercial Paper, both in the United StUesand
the Canada.. ' '
FfOTTESLT A" CO., Importers of French and
other Kuropean Goods, No. 4 8 Broad .treet.
PATEITT ELASTIC E2IETS. "
BATES A- FIIANCE, N. 1 Ilrray St.,
IS' , V. fiivtion. None are genuine except they have
the stamp of the Patent. AU manufacturer, and seller, in
fringinr, will be prosecuted according to law.
RICH SPRING GOODS.
V. A. & J. . JIcCLELLASD
W0CT.D rail the attention of their friends, and buyers In
general, to the
Largest and !It Elrffant Stock of
S I IC I N GOODS
Ever offered by them. This stock has been selected with
nnnsual care, and al price, ahich will enable them to ofTcr
vry great iuducemtuls to buyer., particularly to Cash
birt' JIETROPOLITAX STORE,
Kca. 61 and 3 College Street
E EEC A XT BItESS GOODS.
Elegant Plaid and Striped Pol Da 8oi;
" " G ace, very cheap; .
Euner Black Gro Pe Rhine., very cheap;
" " Mourning tilks;
Elegant Flounced Bareges; . -
Rich Printed " '.
Suir Flam Bireii.-s, in colors and black, very cheap;
" " Cl.aliitv " " "
El. gant French (irgandi';
' Plinted Jaconets, neat sty'ei;
A large lot of Printed Muslins, very low priced;
Ginghams, Printed Unens, Chinis, Printi, Ac. Ac
CI ISTAIX tsOOJsS.
Rich Satin Brogatellc;
" " Laine;
' u Wool Diimabks;
44 Union "
" MiisUn Curtain", with "11 the Trimmings
complete for putting op Curt dns, made to natch.
Onr stocV of Staple Goo Is vry l irce and complete
Irish Linens, Damask do.. Towelini do.. Tickings, Linen and
Cotton Sheetings Pl'd Domestic, Cottonsdes, Linens,
Drills, Tweeds, Aqiacaa, B.imbaiines, Drab l)e Ete, Cloths,
Casaiiners, Veftfns, Ae.. Ac, all very cheap, at
McCLELLAND'3 METROPOLITAN STORE,"
BprC Nos. il and 3 College Street.
I. A II LiE AM ELEGANT STOCK OF
AT PEICIS TO SUIT TILE TEESENT CRISIS!
NO. 20 I'I'IIEIC SQUARE,
IS now prcoared to exliil-i his Fall Importation of RICH
FUKEKiN AND AMKU1CAN DllY GOODS, comprising
one of the niot dei.ir.ihle assortments evi.-r otfeied selected
from the very latest importations, and purchased under the
GKKlTbiT liWanS-ION Olf FKIC M TH ElSTUl CrTIKSJ
L'li'ler these cncuiu-t iiicea I leel gratified that I cua olfur
kuch iuUucemeut. i will eablu ail to purchase.
HAVE a large and well selected assortment of Silks, at
all price, and well uiied fur the Fill Trade, Ac, viz: -
Super Kroca!e Striped Silks;
" Plaid tilacie do;
" GrodeApbque do;
. Plaid Mnp'dtukJgr't
Kich Poult de Soie Silks;
" B'lk Water'd silks, new
' Grode Rhine Silks, all
Cliallcj Mlks, all eclors.
Vedding and Evening dresses, (beautiful vai ioiiel,) cheap
Silk, of all kinds, etc, etc
PLAID AND STRIPED CASHMERES;
Tartan Plaids, (all colors and wUlths;
Ileal French Meriuoes, from 5lc. and npwardr,
Mouslin de Iiines, 3-4 and ti-4 width;
l.HIH u's Bombasines:
Vt lute Ca."hioere de Ecosse;
Valencia Kobe, (rich;)
And A great variety of other styles, new and cheap.
CLOAKS, TALMAS, SHAWLS, &e.
VBEACTIFCL variety of Clotb and Velvet Cloaks, Tal
ma., Crape Shawls, Tukenie and Thibbet Shawls; Cash
re Sean. Ac nov4 ,
CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES, FLANNELS ft BLANKETS
FRENCH and English Cloths and Cassimeres, la great va-
rietr. Cloaking Cloths, lilankeu or all kinds, Satinets,
Jeans, Tweeds, (all wool) Plaid Linseys, Real Welch Flan
oels, and all othr descriptions, etc., etc
f FDALI N ITaltese Collars and Sleeves;
iX Trimmed F.iubroidered Collaretts;
Embroidered Collars, Fleeve. and Habits;
Mourning Collars and Sleeves;
Freucti Embroidered Handkerchiefs;
" Mourning do;
Aplfque Fprigs, Cambric Flouncing, and Bands, Ac
Embroidered Cliemiaetts and Sleeves;
Valrncieiine and Maltese Laces and Edgingi;
Jaconet and Swias do do, Ac
LINENS, HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
P ABLE Damask, S-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4 and 13 4 Pillow-Case
Linens, I'.arnslry Shteting, Bird-Eye Diaper, liucaback,
Crash, Napkin, and Irish Linens, Krcnch Linen Canibrlcks,
English, Silk and Cotton Hosiery, Winter Hosiery, all kinds.
Ladies' and Gentlemen' Kid Gloves, Beaver atid GiuoUet
tilov?s, Ac nov
SH FETING? of all widths; Bb ached and Brown Domes
tics; English and American Prints; Uoyle' Prints, and A
great variety of other Goods.
Call and examine iny stork of Goods.
To CASH BUYERS and PUNCTUAL CtT?T0MER9 great
isduornicuta will be ollered. J AS. MCHOL.
JOHN B. WEST has now in store, and hourly expected,
nearly all kinds of Machinery Findings, usually enquired
for hrre, vie
Machine Cards, Sheets and Fil'.ctlingand Tacks;
Lace Leather, Emery;
Sheep and Calf Top Roller do;
6-4 Top Roller Cloth;
Harness Twiue and Harness Fyes;
Stee! and Reed Slaies, all nunilwrs;
Fhuttles, with and without rollers;
king 1'ravellors, all numbers;
and bo inch Comb Plate and Card Cleaners.
IIAltM SN AMI C AII1S. -
RECEIVED tlds dav, 49 sett Eastern made Tlrddle Fyed
Harness on Shafting. Also, 4dis. pair Cotton Hand
Cards. JmarlS tf JN0. B. WETT.
CATLIN'S NORTH A5IERICAN INDIANS-
nlSTORV OF THE INDIAN TRIIIU OF NORTH AMFR
ICA, with Biographical FkeUhes and aneolotes of the
yv-M-i'ii ikirfu, rmbellitbed with i Munrtrrd rtrtd
Tuniy lortrutt, Ti,m the Jnitlan GaUmy in the War
lrparsaent at Washington, In three volumes, 18x18 Inches.
Original oust f 180. I will sell this work unusually low for
CAk (tprlu JOHN B. W T.
TO WEAVERS AND SPINNERS.
J OH! B. WEST has recently received the following ar
eliM In the silnf'ngnd weaving lire, vis:
Revolving Trmpb s, Machine Caid. Stripping Cards, Car
Plyens, Card Cleaners, Comb Plate, assorted, Emery, Pick
era, two kinds, Steel sn1 Cane flairs. Shuttles, ass d, Lace
Leather, Holier Cloth, Calf and Sheep Roller Leather, Kar
nes. Twine and Eyes, Ring Sravtllcr. from 0 to 4A. Hen p
SUPERIOR PIANO JT0BTXS.
jo. ii. vi:st,
HAH new In .tore a large supply of n AN0-rT i m.
FKTFJ, of verv superior tcne, tjler-iajl
nd flnUh, of , tX, f V. nd T octaves, man.
IUixrr, Dvu A Co., Boston,
T. tituitaT A (lo.. F'st'.n,
Now A Ct-iii", Sea York,
srilrh, for durability, jif,-.-u.'0 and volume ef tone, are
jot eu.ua.ed by auy oihr makers known In this market, and
thkh he willdispooc of at manufacturer's price, with the
tddinon of carriage 1 b-. wUh.i)g w purr base would d
eel) to apply soon, a. he i. quit, crowded, and ealteu U
ael , to suaka room fur others very soonexpeeu-d.
MAItllEEIZEn IItO lAMTEEK. '
ryins magniflovnt style ef Mantel le bo-t takig the place
A. of ail otker Aeao iptions, boih oa aroovut ol its sape-
ttr beauty, richness, Avrabtlily, an) pa medlar ry He ebeap-
a. W hits) their coat U etily about half that of the real
larkle, they Indeed ceel the former In braatv. kav. a
superior lustre, a W-w haliie to aokl, are sauah swf
ept clean, and far exceed marble lo durability, aad are, al
h. seme lime, leas liable te break.
The undersigned are arrnts for tie nianufaclarers, Wa).
.are, Uibrow A Co, Louisville, Ky and will fun.iih theat
te Uieir patror, an the pblM (earreMy, with gratr,asa-
er plert-s, and every Uiiug ooaielrie; sal wi'l also arper
cid Uieir patuog ap. STKWAKT A CWl,
Siove icJert and Tiasre Msnafactaren, ,'
raarAd dtvil Me. t) Market streei.
I luO do H rnt iK In store an4
IbrsAlebF (J1 W. Ii. G0KDON A CO.
I ST ItECIVED- t . -
J 115hhds N. O. and Clarified Pngan
115 bbls and hf bbls Reboiled 6u bbls Cider Vinegar,
Molasses; 10 casks Scotch Ale;
BH) kees Nails assorted; W kT r'ot and Lead;
600 coils Kentucky Bope; TOO doxen Brooms; '
100 wh .le and half boxes Star PdO reams Wrapping Pper;
Cndles- 10 I to 6 gallon Demijohns;
25 boxes Soap; . 6 doi Painted Buckets;
80 do Starch; 10 bbls CorperaN
M doxen Pick et; ' 100,000 Havana Segarr,
75 baps Pepper, Price nd 100,000 American Segars.
For'ialerb SEYMOUR. FANNING A Cf.
Je25 Corner Market and Chutch streeU.
" FAMILY FI.OI II.
WE are manufacturing a choice artie'e of Floor espe
cially for faml'y use, which we offer to the trade on
the most liberal terms. All orders left at the office will i meet
prompt attention. jy4f "A101!
Tlie Knuckle IVnaliinff Slaclilne.,
7K have been appoined agents for the sale of this eele
t t brated Washing Machine. Every family in the State
should, by all means, procure one immediately, M the
amount of labor saved itimmnM. -
Full directions and a man to go and show it used free of
charge. aprSl o E. H. LO0M1S A CO.
F OfJWOUTH'S CATAWBA WIJU'.S
lj We have just received a fresh sopply of IiOngwctli's
Wine in quart and pint bottles. Also, the Dry Catawba in
casks. .8. H. LOCM18 A CO.,
jel4 ' - Sole Agents for Nashville,
ONCE MORE TO THE RESCUE
fTMlK undersigned beg leave to inform their friends and
X patrons that they have re-opened their business at No.
8S Market street, and have just received a large supply of
Cigars, Liquors, Wines, Ac, which they offer for sale on very
liberal terms. Thankful for the liberal patrons ire hereto
fore received, they hope by strict attention to business to
merit a continuance ol the tame.
ap27 tf . . L. D. GOLDBERG A CO.
raoMAS Horxj Hausos walasa
H0DCE & WALKxR,
Iliirbcra, Hair Brcskcr, Ac, cVc.
No. 18 Cedar Street.
HATE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
cootoruers and tlie public in general, inducements never
before offered in this city. Having newly fitted np ourhocse,
we feel confident that all who give us a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to Ba'bering, Hair dressing, Ao., we
have large, commodious ard :ieat!y furnished Batli-Kooms.
These are the finest in the eit, and as to convenience and
comfort, cannot be surp.issed in the country. W hile pass
ng, gentlemen and patrons.jfst step In and see with what
magic we "make the hair fly," and what a salutary efftct our
pure water has upon a wearied and toUe body.
augS a -
, CIIOLKK A FnEVEMIVE.
nnE Puhlie are respectfully informed that LYONS A CO
J. still continue selling their celebrated Cholera lid
liiarrbca Preyi nlire, (from the eOi-cts of which
so many last year reaptd great comfort and relief,) by the
Gallon, Hottle or Glass. Asp eventives are always better
than cures, we drongly recommend all to ue it. The Poor
supplied without charge, if accompanied with ft practising
Doctor's certificate. Private Families particularly, should
have a bottle of this article in the hous-e, in rase of emer
gency. LV0N3 A CO.,
myl . - 19 Cedar street.
AltlEKICArV IIIKLC SOCIETV.
BIBLE? and TESTAMENTS of all descriptions, from the
above SOCIETV, may be found on drposite at my store.
Send your orders and the v thall be filled at a low rate.
CHARLES W. SMITH,
jylS bo 41 College street.
RANAWATon Monday night, the 21st Inst., while In the
employment of Mr. Charles E H. Martin, of this city,
TWO is'EQRO MKN, naroeilJIM and ALBERT. They are
About twenty five years of age; of dark complexion: had
with them a new suit of clothes, made of green casinett,
and new silk hats. JIM is about five feet eight inches
high; weighs abont ISO lbs; well formed, high forehead and
pleading countenance; speaks quick when spoken to; was
raised in Williamson county by Thomas Petway, ALBERT
Is about 5 feet 7 inches high; weighs about 175 lbs; round
face, good countenance, with small round eyes; speaks
rather slow when spoken to; rather an humble looking ne
gro; was mixed by Col. Thomas Williams, of Montgomery,
Ala. I will give the above reward if they are taken and
socneed so that I get them.
m24 tf . C. L. NELSON.
800 bbls Rectified Whisky; 20 bblsMTolland Gin;
no ao i Id Keserve do
60 do Malaga Wine;
100 dozen Wolfe's Schiedam
5 qr casks Pure Port Wiue;
8 half pipes Otard Brandy.
5 1 do Monongahela do
8i) do Bourbon do
12 do Robinson ee. do
to do Peach Brandy;
Bo ao American do
For sale by SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.
J 1 25 Corner Market and Church streets.
G. W. KENDERSHQTT,
Corner of Cedar street and the Square, .
- HAS received the moat of his Spring stock, eS
t"t rnd has the ph asureof offering a most splendid Bf
A L A'ot ' Drugs and Medicines, and wou d offer to 43
We the Public the purest article of every kind. It is only
necessary to say that all mediciues, and every article sold
by me, are of Uie best quality.
,.r2S G. VT. IIENDERSHOTT. .
."Iirsil MME JlICi: Sold by
O. W. HENDEB?H0TT.
COjIIi:S H ATI K, Lexingtrn Mustard, war
ranted genuine, pure Brandies and Wines for medical
purposes. Bold by G. W. HENDEKSHOTT.
SIMVSOy Sc WOLGI 'S Aromatic Kcliie
Umiu Kcltuapusf said to be a very good medicine,
for sale by G. W. IIENDERSHOTT.
SW F.niSII LEIXHI K-Soldbr
apr2S G. W. UFNDERSIIOTT.
apriS O. W. IIFNDERSnOTT.
'VIC I"X.IS of Almost every kind.
aprtiS ti. W. IIENDERSHOTT.
1)1 ISi: UiktillcU Hose Wntor.
1 prt3 G. W. IIENDERSHOTT.
VFI!I2 AWIIT3Ii:!iT of Perfumery and Ex.
traeut, various kinds; alto the best quality of Cologne.
For sale by aprtb G. W. HLNDERSUOIT.
7 in now ci. as
-Various sites lor sale low by
G. W. UENDERSHOTT.
I1A !. 20 Pigs Lead, just received and for sale by
J marlO D. D. DICKEY.
r?E0M and after the 1st August next, the undersigned
I? will reduce their charges for Forwarding.
On all packages of Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats,
Clothing, Hardware, Confectionery, Books, Ac-of
ordinary six, each.
Casks and ban els of Winea and Liquors, .
All small packages of Groceries,
Coffee and Nails, per sac and keg,
All heavy and costly article charged In proportion.
forwarding Grain coajtwi, per ck
Flour In barrels.
Messrs. W". It. GORDON A CO., of Nashville, are our
Agents in that plaoe,0o whoa pay menu saost be made.
VVMrrchanU not residents of NarhvDIe, but who re.
ceive their goods there, nut py Meser. Gordon A Co. in
advance or remit to us, or we shall cLarg Crc per cent for
advancing. , ,
r i - ?
ix7We measure all oar freights, detecting Any ever
chrge in meaaarment of goods by vessels,
tV We sell on comsoiasioo all kinds of Produce.
- We are the- Agents for the Tredegar Iron Works,
Eichmond, Va., for ail !- of bar Iron, Railroad Iron of
every des riptlon, Railroad Chlis and Spikes, Bridge Iron,
Ae. AC, And the best Virginia P g MetaL
WY ATT A CO., Charleston,
' YOUNG, WYATT A COM Savannah,
Cotton Factors, Commisan and Foraaroiug Aterchants.
e87 (m .
LYflNB A CO. respertfuUy tnlorm ther patrons, and the
put bo in general, that they have jut received a very
Urge and well assorted uk of Cue and choke imported
Clrfi Tbcca and I.lquora.
Among the Smoking Tobaere will be found the celebrated
Pocahontas and lana-ter brands. He nave alM Afresh
apply f ov weU known
Cholert Asd DiarrieA Heiieoted 2:tnij,
Aror&Atie Schiedam Schnapt,
which, witii the large stock of other rtxJ always on hand,
will si-re to easr ewtesnsrs better IrxTttoemeots to make their
swrobaaea of aa, our saollo beisg, "csasU Profti and yuick
ries." LYO8 A CO.,
J1 .. It Qedar street.
rP1.1lllLi:i(K-M b"X SH ?inl Pirubnrrh
A Tusibsara, goud Arboie, A ) by
JrS W. H. GORDON A CO.'
itH.MTinEi ii n.TfiTtui:tr
T Ko. 45 Cbo ttreet. Ira H. MoT-
X ton's old stand, is a large and wrE
eleeesl aisortmeat ef I'ttrttllurv,
which will be id at eAUxaaciy low nrtcea '
Thaew wUhrtig tny thing Ut the Fumltar 9m, wiil U
VvU to call ImiMitiatelr, a I a sa directed te sI jm wtt the
enneera (iilhwiih, which I wiil do, eve thocgq jtUU
tb tHAM coer. jo. w. pu aai.
loo a ... -
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMEMTS.
From YISCHER A SCUELL'S Gen'l Advertiing House,
Am.xTOS'8 Bcildko, 846 and 84S Broadway.
Late No. 80 Nassau-Street.
ii.. ..I .i 'Hi - .fc., in.ii..iWt m
Hamilton Collegiate Institute, .;
An ExtsilAb, Classical an Illiturr
. , Hoarding Scliol. r : . ; .; i
WHITE PLAINS, PEW-YORK. .,, !
THIS INSTITUTION is deligh tfully situated, tweoty-tix
miles North of the City ol New York, and is Accessible
eieht times a day by Railroad. The Academical year is di
vided into two Sessions or Terms of Ave months each, be
ginning the first Monday in May and November. Vaeiu
turn in April and October.
The course of Instruction Is extensive in every depart
ment. The Military Drill has been found a very useful and
interesting feature of the Studies, tending, as It does, to the
development of the physical Fy.tetn, as well as establishing
the habil of erectneas tf posture and gracefuluuts vt cai
riage.. TtitM?. $123 for gammer Term and $130 tor Winter
Term, including Board, tuition in the English, Classical,
Mathematical and Commercial branches, Military Tactics,
with use of arms and equipments, bed, bcddiDg, washing,
light, futl, Ac, payable each session in advance.
. Exlrat, and Chargt.abU per Term.
For French. Spanish, Italian, Ae , each. ... . ...... .$10 00
Instruction on Piano and use of Introraeut... V nO
do in Drawing and Painting.... ........ 14 00
CirctHars and Prospectus- may be had by addressing the
Principal, WILLIAM 8. HALL, at the Institution.
RtraaaKChtf is Nw Yoba Citt. Hon. iulian O. Yer
planck, Lyman Col b, Esq., Rev. John M. Krebs, D. D., Rev.
Orville Dewey. D. D., B. F. Joslin, M. D., Alfrtd Freeman,
il. D, and 8- W. Beaton, Esq. sei 14 lm
Bags and Bagging.? '
fiGYESTli WHiTTLESEY, :
No. 80 WATER STIIFET, . .
NEAR OLD EUP, NEW YORK,
AYE constantly on hand, and MANUFACTURE to
order . !
Bags for Flour, Grain, Salt, Buck
wheat, Hams, Ac.
Would also call the attention of Country Merchants, to
their assortment of
. EEAMlEiS . AH"i FAE23XES' BAGS, .
-. AND OF
ITU LLC US' IIAfS 'i
Designed and printed to order, expressly for their nse.
Cur facilities are sncb that we can supply from '
10,000 to 20,000 Bags per day.
Also, Importers and dealers in
CIXNY BAGS A3 UAGCIXG,
And various kinds of Thread and Twine, both Linen and .
Cotton, of vhich we are receiving cor tinual supplies. .
TO E0USEXEEPZE8 AND DZALZE3.
Tlie Hope iMillkf .
Tl Fulton Street and 71 Beekman Street, New York,
Principal Office, 108 Front Street,, New York, .
Factory, Nos. 36, 87 and 82 Hudson Ptreetssvlersey City.
TH E PROPRIETORS OF THIS LONG AND WELL
Coffee and Spice Establishment,
Continue to prepare the best I'liiiriUHCtief irnl
Powdrrsin u-e, for RADING BREAD. MSCCIT.TEA
AND OTHKR CAKF.S, Ae. They alsu prepare Mustard,
Cocoa, and many other articles of daily ure in every fam ly,
which they offer uuon the most reasonable term. Cata
logues sent to dealers who request them.
R. II. A J. G. IF HAM.
. N. B. Consumers advised to inquire for Hon Mitxs ar
ticles. aug2 ly
BCHJJEFFELIH, BROTHERS ft C0-,
IHPOHTKB6 AVO OEiLfRS IS
Drags. Faints, Oil, Dyes, Perfumery, &c, Ac.
170 William Street, New York,
INVITR the attention of the trade to their large and va
ried stock of Drugs. Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Ac, Ae.
In addition to their regular importations of Staple Drugs,
they are also receiving, direct from the sources of produc
tion and manufacture, supplies of Tooth, Hair and Nail
Brushes, Brnnses, Corks, Mortars, 8ponges, French and
English Perfumery .Libia's Extracts, and many other artlc'es
usually embraced in Druggists' stocks, which they are also
enabled to offer on the most advantageous terms.
Orders, either in person or by mail, will receive prompt
attention. Je28 ly
NEW YORE BAG MANUFACTORY.
HAM, Flour, Feed, Grain, Meal, Hominy, Shot, Buck
wheat, Salt, Guano, and all other kinds of bags made
and printed to order by machinery with despatch. Address
as above, 17 I'latt St., Me w York.
ONE HUNDRED Thousand lbs. Bacon:
100 bbls. Lard, for which I will pay the highest
market price In cash or groceries. Also, Feathers, Wool,
beeswax, Tallow. Ginseng, and Rags, Ae., in exchange for
oeriee. je6 CHURCH ANULK.HON.
JUcUUEDY & CA It .11 It'll A EEt
AND LANDSCAPE GARDENERS,
Three Ml es from the city, on the Uill&boro' Turnpike,
" HAVi forsale Fruit Trees, Grape Yines, Ever-
. r - i i,, ... i ti
.lirccnv aiiu vnisincuisi i rees, ouruos, Aisri,
Greenhouse nlants. Osaire Oranire for hedires. Ac
Gardens laid out or re odelled. Bouquets to order
at all seasons. D dec27 1 Km
ECOAOTIV AND CO:II OUT.
DR. C. "W. CSOZTJER'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, 1854, and which received the
Premium at the Naslmlle Fair in October
last Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Fain Killer.
THE nndervgned, having repeatedly been solicited to
make consignments of the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
ture, has concluded to sell no more county rights In this
Plate, but will in future have the Improved Camphor Wash
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this Mate (ex
cept in the counties where the rights have been disposed of J
and in the State of Alabama. And that he may be enabled
more effectually to make this arrangement, he propose to
divide the patent for Tennessee aud Alabama into 1,001
shares, one-fourth to be retained, and tlie remaindvr "50
shares will be offered for sale. A person remitting ten
dollars will have one share in the Patent, to run fourteen
years from July 11, 1664, and will be at the same time In
vesting also five dollar to be used In the purchase of the
Ingredients, advertising and the necessary expenditure of
tie means to prepare and distribute the Mixture Ibr sale.
Consignments will be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other persons, to the amount of their
remittance. And they will be allowed a commission of 83.
per cent on their sules, and also their proportion of the
profits at large.
Annual exhibit of sales will be made, and dividends of the
profits remitted to each shareholder. No debts will be con
tracted, dot will the Company be responsible for any, aa the
businees will be conducted upon the cash system.
Any of those who have purchased patents for counties in
this State, can have the privilege of exchanging their rigb'a
fur share at the prioes they have paid. This exchange wiil
be made at the coat of the Patentee.
It is desirable to have at least one or more active share
holders in each county In the States named. Subscriptions
for share will be closed by the 1st September next. And
consignments of the Mixture will be made very soon there
after. Certificates issued to shareholders, who w01 request
the Agency, tf they desire It.
. The Bndertigned will act Agent an til the shareholders
elect three directors to scry one year, who will have the
management until their sueces-ors thall be elected. - -
Newspaper In Mobile, Montgomery, Tuaraleoaa, ITants
ville, Talladega and TucnmMa, that wi:l pubah this twice
and ether dvertmmecta to the amount of tea dollars, aud
tend one copy, will receive one share, Addreaa,
C. W. CUCZltR, Patentee,
Je!3 . . . KaoxvUle, Tenn.
HAS a large ami Commodious Warehoase le.
saediatoly Has bank ef the River.
FPF.ET1I. Dentist will picas take no.
X tire that th onJerslmed t our euly
fvat In tie City aT NashviUe, and 'thoeei,
within? oar rati sunt saak of tetth, will plea
make Uieir purchasa direct of hint, lie ha tut reeeiv1
Another supply of Teeth, which, with his former stock, taake
it large and eoespMe. lie ha also ea hand a few On Den
ial of InMrameata, all oosopieta. A ks, FUa, Tores-pa,
Piujrgers. Excavators, Burrs, Drtiis. Beach Vices, Ccrita
draia File, Wheel, Ae. For sale by
A. erRETCH.(riBerry Ftrefe-h A Orr)
tV holes to aa4 tletail Drargiaw,
IrlA Corner Colteg and Lasun streets, tiAvil.
LARD 506 bbls ard wanted iu mediately, for Wklch I
hiKheat SBAfket MM la Caah wtil be ph1.
ir- dif j. Dovr i a co.
K. tS Issilk Freal t H taitrUk Tea
m mm i
FEVER AND AGUE CURE,
OR ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA-' .
T70II he Prevention and Cure of ITERjmTSBrr and Ra-
X mTTS.NT Ekviks, Fkvxa and Aoua, Chflls and Fbvxa,
1CMS AOCK, OANKitAI. VUIUTI, MOOT tWKiTH, and all other
forms of disease which have a common origin In Utuiu
or MrASata. '
This is a NATURAL ANTIDOTE which will entirely pro
tect any resident or traveler even in the most sickly or
swampy localities, from any Aeue or Bilious disease what
ever, jr any Injury from constantly inhaling Malaria or
It will instantly check the Ague in persons who have suf
fered for any length of time, from one day to twenty years,
so that they need never have another chill, by continuing
its Use according to directions. The patient at once begins
to recover appet.te and strength, and continues until a per
manent and radical sure is ellected.
fWOne or two bottles will answer for ordinary cases,
some may require more. Directions printed in German,
French and Spanish, ao-ompany each bottle. Price One
BoUar. Liberal discounts uiatle to the trade.
J Ad. A. RH0PK3, Providence, K. I.
PROOF OF SAFLTY.
"Nxw Yof, Tun-U,155.
"1 have made a chemical examination of 'ii bodes' FivkA
AND Acck Cckk,' or ' Aktiimjtk to ALiLAtU,' and have tested
It for Arsenic, Mercury, yuinine and Mrychnine, but have
not found a particle of either in It.'eor have 1 found any
substance in its corr position that would prove injurious to
the coastituti' a. . - '
"JA.VES It, CUILT0N, W. D., CLemibt."
, EVIDENCE OF MERIT.
" LswisHLUG, L'niou co., Pa., May 9, 13T-5.
"Ma. J. A. Rhodm Dear Sir: The box of medicine ycu
sent me was duly received on the 11th of April. I have sold
Abont one half of it, and so far Uas people who have nsed it
are katistted that it baa cured th-m. It has certainly stop
pad the Ague in every one who has used it, and six of the
eases were r-f l"ng standing. My sister, who has had it for
five or six year bark, ar.d could never get it stopped, ex
cept by Quinine, And that only s lorg a she would take it,
it now, 1 think, entirely cured by your re.meily.
" C. R. McGINLV."
- CAUTION TO AGUE SUFFERERS.'
Take no more Arsenic, Mercury, Quinine, strychnine, or
Anti Periodic or medicines of any kind, the virtue of which
Is owing te such poisonous drugs. The most they can du is
to "break the chills" for a short tin e, while they are sure to
cause constitutional mnfadies tt.at cease only with life. Ke
member tr-at the only Fever and Ague Kemedy that U harm
less as well as sure, is
ICliorles' FtTfr and Ague Cure.
For sale by Geo. II. Bates, 133 Water street, at wholesale,
and by 0. V. Clickener A Co., and C. II. King, New York;
T. W. Dyoit A Son., Philadelphia; aud by dealers: generally.
sept d:riiwwtei 'il .
ATTORNEY AT E A W ,
General Agent For tlio Purchase, Sale
and Rent ol Reul i:fatc, nnd the
Collection of Claims,
No. 43 Cherry Street,
: N A S II V I E E E , TENN.
PROMPT attention will be given to all business entrusted
to him, ami t p. cm I attention to thecoliection of Lastcrn
claims throughout Middle Tennessee.
RKrxKRKCES. A. C. A A. B. Keech, Fvans, Porter A Co.
L. IS. Fite A Co., Thos. T. Fmiley, l'x-tiov. Neill 8 Brown
Joaiah Ferris, Nashville, Icon.; tien. J. A. Battle, David
son co., Tenn.; Ex-Gov. W. B. Campbell, Lebanon, Tenn.;
Hon. John P. Caruthers, Memphis, Tenn.; W. 1). Laveuder
New York City. oct3 tf
U'EEI.ER Jc COPEIt,
SEEET-IS0N AND TIN-PLATE W0BKEKS,
i No. 35 Market Sfrrcf,
Ai tne wen Known stunn or Hen. a. Weller.)
KEEP constantly on hand a fine assortment of TINWARE,
that will be made with particular reference to the re
tail trade; together with every variety of work usually found
In our business.
Bathing Tub, Coffee Mills,
Counter Scales, Cbaffing Dishes,
Tea Kettles, CoCee Cms,
Cotton Cans a superior article.
Ice Cream Freexers Japanned Tin Ware,
Stew Pans, Ac.
B?" Particular attention will be paid to Job Work, which
we will do in none hut good,- workman-like manner. We
trust our friends will teuder us at least A portion of their
pBtronage. . apr2 6tn
VVM. W. KNOX,
No. 81, II road way, Nanhrllle, Tenn.
N. B. To his own he has added the entire stark and
ols of the late R. Ruckle.
Bancroft, Betts & Marshall,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
dSCITLAIl FOR FALL OF 1855.
W"E desire to call the attention of our friends and the
buyers of Dry Goods lbr ughoot the West and South
west, to our attractions lor the fall sales of the present
Our business is now so well organized and arranged, that
we are better able than ever before, to supply the trade
with a large and attractive stock.
Onr Own. Importations will supply our F.r
eigb Department with all the new and desirable fabries
from the European markets selected by one of the bouse.
resident in Aurope and will be particularly adapted to our
Our Domestic and Staple Goods Departments will be tne
ptled with all the leading styles of Ooods.
It is, we believe, an acknowledged fact that our Stock has
always been one of the largest and most attractive in this
country, and we also believe that the best bn-rs have be
come convinced that our svstew of SHOUT PKOFITS AND
PROMPT PAY is the most satisfactory.
We invite tl.e attention of all close buyers to our i.nrgc
nd Attractive Mot k, bnt with the distinct un
derstanding that re sell good only for caah, or good note
payable in all ca s at Bunk.
We ihall horn this date forward, adopt a new plan In con
nection with onr Domestic Goods Dipartment. We shall
keep a full and ejmplete assortment of Bleached, Brown
and Colored Cotton Goods, which will be sold only for netl
Cash. Our object in this is to supply these Goods iu i.e
as they are sold by r.ih houses in the Northern cities. In
order to test this feature of our business, we on'y ask a
Comparison of eah price with time pricts, and then we
will leave the dccisi. n to the purchaser.
From the three years exjierience ince the establishment
of our holiness, we are enabled the mora eofldently to' In
vite attention to our tcck and plans for business, believing
that w offer inducements ncnuid to no Haunt in this cusv
ry. Xi asd 811 KING tSrhEr T,
Jinl,l&5. Jj9 trwSm CruRLXUToa, 8. C.
$5 50. IN PREMIUMS!
HAVINfJ largely Increased my supp'y of Rg bv ths
Premium ollt-rcd the past year, eu.ling Jon WHh, I
am Induced to oSer a larger amount of Fr nlums tor tlie
present year; and wi'l pav the above premium In sums ol
S1UM, tW, S0, Aid, 6it, f Ml, ), 20 and W, to any
ten Merchants or Pedlars who will deliver me from this date
to the 1st of July. 13J6. the Unrest amou&t of RAO.-: the
same to be bought outside of aud by men doing business
outaide of Nahville or vicinity.
I SIW.Ar ALL T1MK8 r AT THE fTTflHEST MARKET
PRICK IN CASH FOR RAUa ON DAUViHY. and t-aoe a
cerliBcate to the owner of the amount received and paid for.
These certificates mast be kept sod sent in on or before next
July, so that three disinterested men. bants of Nashville eaa
maa the awards. The largest amount being entitled to
iuo, uie next largest to Vrii, ana so on down.
Merchant aendiuc me Kacs will n'ease writ that I mav
knew in whoa nam to turn In certificate. Combination
will not b allowed.
Woolen, Linaev, Silk and Worstr d Rag at not wanted.
And will not be included In the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention to tarlnc and bovine
rags throughout Middle Tennessee.
Jye dtrwwtf w. S. WUITEMAN.
CIIIEUREN' 1IOKK ANI HALF HOSE
A Terr desirable lot of Chddm.a Ii.. .m u.i
which w ar clotiug out very cheap. '
J. It MeTJIt.L,
Gentlemen' tad tAdle Fornhing Htore,
Pl Corne Udleg street and the enar.
OSNAIIl iKiV-SO bale J, Trion Factory. Georgia,
(Mnahurr. a bear, artu-i. .un.l.i. f.,r wh.ai ha.a L
Ipmect North; foriale by W. U. GORDON A CO.
SOAP 800 boxes N. 1 Bar Soap la store and r sal
ey (ieiJl W. U. GORDON A CO.
NAILS 1,000 keg, FhoenberrerS Nails In store and
for J br f lv -1 W. H. bOKliCN A CU.
i w J m
.MM!.-15 btrreh Lake Fish.
It AA.f bbU. (Vs.
do., hi store od for saieby
w. ti. WOsUJU.- aj cu.
STAR CANILE! Jw1hU boxes Preetor AGis
bte's 6tr Candle .1 store and for sale by
Je'W H. GORDON A CO.
TI hav this Aav epeoed ear Ice Cream saloon, aa
btmxum SMMOtSf oo iw pwr arurie.
nuuui m inuxriu.1,
Kyi i Cakx strweL
WI are bow reeevtr r wv tek of
SPBI5Q ASD BUXUZR GOODS. V
for smb and fc"T. eofnr-ruuu all Um aeweat 1
style of CO ATP, rAMTS And TACTS, of differ.
at jBauuc, wua a large aMortateai of
CLOTHS, CASSXJ&TZLXa AST) TESTTSGS,
which w m snak p to roW im the snost fasVenahl
atyiea. Alaa, a large aasortneat W GeatiMwa's Vsamiahia
Goods aa4 an lercioiiusg of the ksssteaaiuy. avutaa4UiSf
basa CmbreOaA, tn wUck and fancy eot.-rm-
apH a curroy a axbott.
. NASUVILLC AND MEMPHIS
UNITED STATUS KAIL PACXET LINE.
J.G.CLINE. JOHN SIMPSON. CITT or QCTiTSTILLK
For Memphis Sew Orleans, SI Loulsj,
THB splendid new passenger steamer CITY OF HCNT9
VILLE, Cablxx, Master, leaves Nashville every Mon
day at 6 o'clock, p. m. '
J.G.CLINE, Jis. Davis, Master, leaves Nashville every
Wednesday at o'clock, p. m.
JOHN SIMPSON, Jaca Davis, Master, leave NashvUl
every Friday at o'clock, p. m.
Connecting at Paducah with the daily Louisville and PU
Louis Vnited States Mail Boats, and at Memphis with the
splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, U. R. W. Hill, Geo.
Collier and Ingomar.
The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or Scuth.
For freight or passage' apply to .
A. L. PA VI 3, !.,.
jan9 A. HAMILTON, Jgn'.
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY belog fully organied,acconling to char
ter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise
generally. Al), on shipments airainst loss or damage by
Seas, River, or luland Transportation, on the moat favora
Life and Nero Policies granted at Current rater.
Office, No. 50 College street, fcuit side, between Cnlon it.
and Public Square.
ANTHONY W. VANLEER,
HENRY HART, J a.,
W. T. BERRY,
JOHN H. EWIN,
R. C. McN AiRr,
TiiUS. W. AVA?if,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
Jamk Walkik, Secretary myi
TFSMESMCE MAIII.tjE A IT ICR
A InsuraDce Coiupany-tupitalXI
$150,000. OiEce oo the north side of thej.r
Public Square, mid way between the Nashville
Inn and Planters' Bank. They will make Insurance on
Houses and Goods of every description, against Are; on
steamboats and cargo, againut fire and the risk of the river;
on th cargo of Keelboats, Flatboats, and other river craft;
and on Sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms.
. J. M. iilLL, President.
Jos. Vacix, Secretary.
J no. M. Bass, Joseph Woods,
Alex. Allison, John M. Hill,
F. B. Eorg, Jacob McGavock,
R. H. Gardner, Matthew Wateon,
G. M. Fogg, Jno. J. White,
J as. Carry.
January 2S, ISM tf.
'pill: JUTr'AL IMIOTECTIOI rjv
A liuiiruncf Company of iasih"-3???"
ville, Office on Cedar street, a'ijoiuuig theT-'vSk
PostOlBce, and opposite the Verandah, will in
sure on the mutual principle, Homes, Merchandise, Ac.,
airainst loss or damage by nre. Steamboats on any of the
Western Water agaiunt the haxards of inland navigation
and the Cargoes of vessels cf every description against tho
perils of the seas and rivers. Also, the live of persons In
good health, for a single year, for a term of year or during
life. Also, Bank Notes transmitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property Insured In till
nstitution, are entitled to a full participation In all the profit
without any liability to loss beyond the amount of premium
which they may pay.
M. S. PILCnER, President.
JNO. B. JOHNSON, Vice . " 'Unt.
0. J. F. Whato, Secretary.
Jane o.l Sou tf.
B. W. & J. P. I0BCE & CO.,
WHOLESALE HOOT AND SHOE IIOC'SE,
No. 21 Hayno street,
Charleston, h. C.
WE Invite the attention of the Trade to our extensive
stock. pl dly
I HAVE this day associated with m in the wholesale Gro
cery, Corumisaiun, Receiving aud Forwarding business,
Mr. 8. N. Ho'lingsworth, late of Clarksville, Tenn., under
the name and style of "Hart and Holliniworth."
OC14. HENRY UABT.JA.
HENRY HART, Jh S. N. nOLLINGJSWORTlI
HART & HOLLUiGS WORTH,
v 1 1 o i. e a i. e v. n oc i: n s, com yi i ss i ox,
RECEIVING AND FORWAEDLNO
No S Market street, NASHVILLE, TENN.
rew uaki.m; ho cm:. -
john d. james. ...a. wueles3-... david d. james.
JOHN Dw JAMES & CO.,
EAXKEES AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next door I) Uie Bank of Nashville,
janl9 Naali ville, Tenn. .
COLLECTION nuvle on all thecilie of the United
states, and prompt returns made, by
Jai.19 JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
OLD AM) IEVEU boaght and sold at best rate
by JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
rM .TIE AN D M4.IIT IIIEI.N on all the priocipal
a. ciues iu uie imon, pouiriu ana soia at tne lowest rate
JOUN D. JAMES A CO.
NTI'HEST paid on Deposit hy
jaoiy JOUN O. JAMEd CO
j. ii. ccitui: v.
Cabinet Maker and Cndertaker,
BEGS leave to inform bl friends and the public generally,
that he keeps constantly on hand Cuffin of every de
scription, from the plainest servants' to the floe Metalic air
tight and air exhausted Coffins, the beat now in use for pre
serving the Corps; together with good iiearse and Horses,
and everything neeeasary for burials.
All orders left at my Ware Room, No. 51 Coopers' Building,
Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both dAy and
JIEDICI.YIL lAUALlTIOX, &c.
A LOCAL ACIIUAY IN THE TREATMENT Of DIS
EASES OF THE THROAT, LUNGS, Ae.
THOMAS H. GBEESH0UGH, M.D.
(Late of London and Paris Resident Physician of Rev
HAS arrived in Hashvill, where h will remain dnrtnf
tne summer, and place undor treatment aii tho. who
may desir bis klll and aid In all forme of diaeaae of sh
respiratory and circulatory organ.
Dr. Ureecihoogh havmg been eoa neoUd with Dr. Perelra
And Williamson, of London, and being a xoember of rnedl
eal aocleUe in Europe, can guarantee to all invaUds the
most recent and successful Improvements In the treatment
of each case, which will alway be regulated by and based
poa the vital prtacipte of the
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF MAS.
K. B, Chronic Female complaint, implicating the re
spiratory organ, will receive particular attention, and La
dies, when preferred, will b visited at thtir own residence.
NO CHARGE FOR CONiTLTATION-.
g?f OAce, Terandah Uotel, Nashville, Tenn.
I if Patient in the cvontry will tweatv atteatioti by
XtT Numerous testimonial an J reference a to skill. In
tegrity, A a., from many promin.nl citiaen and physician
of New Orleans, Memphis and ether citMta, eaa be ea and
obtained at the Doctor' OfLoe.
Due notice of tlie lecture on Animal ChemUtry, lh
Physiology and Pathology of the Nervcu System, and the
Chesslco-ZhcratMiaua actios af xoeaicine, Al, will b duly
FST FCRSISHID ROOM WANTED. iQitahk fcr aPhy
sjcian'i clce, la a central bahty. Also, twa routn, par.
r and bedroom, foe a gentleman and wif.
Address Dr. IL, Post Offlc. ill-A-tf
A n. casiaarc. t. . alaaaxma.
A. . CIIE1GI1TON Tc CO
rratrrg or tab
, Verandah LiTcry Stables,
TJOCU Inform th pub Be that they hav ta-
M ken th Uvery rtabt on Cherry Mreel. b-FTrj.r
mediately is theraaraf th Verandas) HvHW, t II
w U keep on hand Baggie end Uurir, abject t W w.ntf
th eommoniiy at large. W ar deteiwiioed to have llcrse
and Borrle of the beat onatity, aad ksuag ssAuftad that aii
will be 1 1 sm U we ak t&arv f yahii
HtKssM buaidod en the aauai lru. . - -dAr
OIIN II. VS l'.4T ha nteently met red, ta addlt)
I to hi t rmar Murk of rac-jJ l'u.iui-,
1 JK1 tet Leather kWst'Sf,
Paaa AW rWkn sSlf14 l M aAads.
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TS.notf Rc TrfWr.
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; "S. M. BARRETT, '
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
CORDAGE AND PAPER IEALEcL
. Manufacturer of WASH BOARDS, under firm name of
. WATERS A CO.
Manufacturer of PLOW HANDLES and OAK W0RK.ua-
d'.r Qrm raise of
COLEMAN cV CO.
MANCFACTTRiLR and Wholesale dealer in Wood and
Willow Ware, Buckets, Tubs, Cordage of every de
scription; Fishing T.csie, Blacking, Matches, Broon
Pelves, Haraes, Horse Oollars, Ce lar Ware, Ice Chests, Cot
ton Rope, Brashes, Measures, Biooins, Twines, and Haa
dies, Ac. Ao. " (
Also, denier In better quailry of Wrapping, Rjoflng, BaU
ting aad Tea papers, at manufacturers raw. Dealer .11
Tar Paper and Composition for Rocng.
8" Orders re.-peclfuiiy olioited Slid sa'Ufactlon guar,
antied in all rara.
Store corner of Walnut aud Front .rret; Psper Wara
touae No. 21 Walnut street; F .c:ory M Wafer iree'.
ti. M. B.VKF.EfT.
augl if Cincinnati, Ohio.
H. O. McCOMAS D. C. SMITI
iFC0MAS, SMITH & CO.
FORWARD LS3 AND COMMISSION
fid. 3 Draii'-well's Eaildicg', Sycamore Streor,
eptia ' CINCINNATI, OHIO. '
GREAT WESTERirfRUNK STGRE
- No. 25 Itroudiva,
C 1 XC1XXA Tl, OHIO.
IIISE A WILLIAMS,
VtTANCFACTrRErtS of all kinds. .f Trav
ltA elingand Packing Trunks. ValUes. La-
die Bonnet Uoxe, Onrp-t Uair-. tf-itchels, r':yrri
Ac All order from abroad pmnipiiy ar- J IT I
ed to. We aie dciciuiiiied uur work -ball not be urue4
Our frien.le in the I'outh will find our terms a favor
able as any other similar hou-e Ea.t or W.-st, aud our f.ib
rick unsurpassed for excellent workmanship, durability
and cheapness. We solicit a trial. fcbll tf
DRS. DUNCAN & CAMERCM,
No. 116 Weal Sixth tret, between Race arid Elm Streets.
, Cincinnati, Ohio.
H'HH OKPICE INDEr. THE MANAGE- ,
X nient oflu present proprietors, hs been J
Increasing in reputation tin- superior rpra.(
tim-.s In the Artificial Department of IVnU.
try for th. last to yearsi, ami co expt-nse or effort shall b
wanting to give satisfaction to all ho may favor it with
Thesubacriber, would call rteo:i:n to the rollowingecseB
ttal points pertaining to ArtincHl Treil., vi: Beauty and
nalur allies of aj pearance, quality and strength of the ma
terials, comfbrt to the wearer, and uiefulne In restoring
the natural appearance of tho speech, and ability to mati
rate: in all ot which they are warrai b.d iu sjii.g they are
exceeded by noce, and equaled by fi w.
Insert. J frora en to a full set, with Artiflda! Gums.
Fnll and Half ? ts invarinbly lnerte I by su.-tlen.
All operation in Denti.try performed in the ciost thir.
TERMS. Considering trie superior character of the wer
and the guarantee given, they are the uiott reasoBabl la
TWO TEETH OR MORE CK COLD PLATF,
3 I LA TOOTH.
TWO TEETH OR MORE ON FILTER PLATE.
12 I'LIl TOOTH.
Tlie money refUrulod If Cie Teeth do not prove satisfactory.
VV Furthe in'ormationof those living atadlrtAne, we
would state that onr facilitie, ar u, h, that can make in
the Anet Kyle, full tot of TEEII1 in from 24 to S hours
aud small pieces in proportion, so tl at ro detention neet
be apprehended. W. C. DINCAN. I
. J. O. CAMERON, f
No. lr West Filth street bctwren R.-i. e and Elm,
-looaly . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LEONARD t. FOR.'TTU, CEO. W. OLIPUANT
H AoctA, l a. o Ten..
E. E. V O it VT II A 0.t
. F0RWARDINCJ AGENTS
AITD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 47 Publi Landing, Clnciuntati, O.
nAYINQ established a House in Cincinnati fcr th tra
action of a Forwarding aad Comiiiislon Bu-ineo w
respectfully solicit the patronage of the Merchants of Nash,
ville aad surrounding country. Being the authorised agent
for Transportation lines, to and from the Eastern Cllie, we
are enabled to oBcr to our Iri-nc1, ai.d the public generally
upenor advanuiaes In the lVanportti.in of their MERl
CHANDLsit and PUODLCE. tbr.vh receipt ri,en at
speciael lime and ratee. ppecU! '.!nti..n wi'l be nven
filling urjers. "
Mark nackatr?s "Care f r r A r., ri.i . n
HJta iyj L. a.
FOESIIU A Cf).
H EEN CITY SCALE WOIIKS.
I if No 6 Colnmoia 8i.,
i fcetween Main and Walnut,
Wi , ' no Msnufacforing RAIX
j -T'ii f QA Vl p' 'T' u v "TOCK . iR COAL.
" FI.Ort AND PI.AIFORM SCALES ef
all-hte. Also, DRC(KiI.T AND BANK SCALES. BRAM
AND IRON BICAM, COL'NTER SCALES, Ac, Ac., which
I warrant ef superior workmanship and mater ala. I
would call particular -mention lo my IRON LEVER UAT
ANT 8TOCK SCALEd. All coiiimuuicaliuti nn,mni! at.
Un ied to.
octll 41 y
S. RHODrS, M. T. riAfJEV,
LtiU uj Tenn. Late .VjaA ri'i'.
W. R. CASON,
EEODES, HAGEX & CO.,
FCS WARDING AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTI ,
No. 84 Syeamora it, East ide, below Second,
YTTILL give special att- ntlun to F'irwarding Ocods, Pr-
dace, Ac; ah, to the purchase and sale of all kind
of Produce, and articles of Cincinnati and Pittsburg Manu
facture. JAMES COLLINS A CO., Pitf.bnrg. Fr'd'g Agent. -rtF-Kef.
r to NASHVILLE MERCHANTS generally.
NOTICE TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
SMAKK: would most repee'lully announce to the T -.
die and Uentlrmeaef Nashville and vicinity, that h
ha opened a Bleaching and Pressing establishment, where
be will Bkraen aad Preaa Hat and Bonnet In the latest and
most approve-! style, without Injuria th Braid, he wi'l
pkxlge himself to gi general satis'action to all who may fa.
vor him with their patronag. Mrs. Mark, a a profession
al Milliner and Lres Maker, can ale ay be found in th r
Ubliehjnent, with a general assortment of Trimmings, Rib.
bons and Redy-mad Bouneta of the latest Fashion. 2b
wtU be noM happy to wait oa all wha may patronts
h'. And wiil try every AerUaa to please.
. ' . K". II Spring trrt, -
ftbtf Between College and Market.
. Bletachfog aad Prewtng tot th trad on th saola
CJTHAW CLTTlltS lOlt FIFE DOL-
lO LA II Sk A lutxUuual article. Just received and fear
b7 D. V. IICKET,
fcb Ko. 6 College street, NaaArill.
WIIIKI:Y S.s) barrel piie'. Magnolia Whlsk.y:
0u bbi Old Reserve aad K y do;
Id do Robinson eoocty couble distilled dot
la tor asd for sale by
AOfi FETM0CK, FANNING A CO.
. - BAGS I EACS! !
ON and after I h 1st Au,u-t w will b abl to fnrnhdl
ltXMJ bags pr day, lur thprp f boldirg wheal,
floor, oaU aad corn. Pseson ro.uitu-g Bag wi4 pie
end a their oraW at a earty a tay a prwiibi.
W. H. CORDON A CO.
J CFT raorivvd larg AMortonet of fin 8.ih Tmbratla,
aH at aad eoior. CUTuN A A hBoTF ,
No-1' tadar street. .
A. C. Sc A. IS. IITECII
HATE rfwvd tkeir tc of 6aMl U f. AlCallegw
:rt, aher tby will be glad lose their frirod. and
astair. ui be rwctiai 4iX Aussh la a w
A I! A IIS I aEUllikl
IWENTT THor? at eAtr Regalia Fegar, wD aer
d, received Una day by
aagll WIJ'CL A THOMPSON.
TATTED A.i)ud la '.0,tH0 to Divert m a whohiaj b.
- aireaJy rik.itMl
N. J Any pvrsoa having th aNv sunt to Inveat.
aaa rriicetMrtiM to grv bis peeonl attentive ee other
Wksa. Apply by hrttar te bos 4.4, t A t rhc. Kashsithl
UtlDg ha aad wtcr an vrv vaa km ai
iytr a.t.j. usmrr, J