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NASHVILLE, TEM'., MONDAY. SE1TEMBER 17, 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3446.
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DAILY TRUE WHIG.
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B. It. ifcKEXNIE AND GEO. B. BROWN,
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B. B. MeKEKSIE A CO.
OFFICE OX DEADEHICK STREET.
KATES OF ADVERTISING.
Newspaper proprietor generally, end especially of thi.
vlty, under the usages and regulation, heretofore preva-icg
are called upon to perform more labor without remunera
tion, ti.ansny other das. of community. The gratuitnu.
publication of charity and religious advertiseim-nt.and com
tnunications, trlbutet of respect, obituaries, Ac. Ac, which
can only be Inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, im
poses upon them a burden to onorous, that they feel called
upon. In aelf-dcft-nce, to check the abuse, by matin uch
publications a charge, to aome extent at least, uion the par
t lea more mmediatly Interested. In this they are but fol
lowing the example of the pres. In other citie.'. Impelled by
tense of its Intrinsic propriety, and Imperative duty to
themselves The suliscrihers have, therefore, united togeth
er in a mutual I'r dement, upon the to lowing specified terrai
. or the publication of these aa well a. every aort of regular
For each square of 12 line or levi of brevier, or 10 lines or
less of nonpareil, for the 1st Insertion tl "0
For each additional insertion, per square 50
For one square,! month daily,.. 5 0 each additional f 2 SO
do changeable at pleasure,...
Each additional square,
For one sqnare pef month, tri weekly 4 00 each add. 12 00
doehanpeable at pleasure.
Patent MertWnes will be published at Sinn per column
d'lv,or75tri-weck!y with for each renewal.
feamboat running to New Orleans will be charge! Sip
-wr the season; and when running- to St- Louis, Cincinnati,
Ac. ri!S for the season of not more than si month.
The privilege of Yearly Advertisers isetrictly limited to
their own Immediate and regular Irusiness; and the business
of an Advertising Firm is not considered as including that
of it or IndivHiual snembers.
Advertisements publmbrd at lntrvtls, vit: 'T, or
monthly, are chared 1 per square for the first, and 0 cts
or every subsequeut insertion.
f alls on persons to become candidates, will be Inserted as
- other ad vertuwments, to be pnid for invariably In aone-
AnuounciiiKCanUidHte for County and Stat offices 5,Brxl
for municipal office 1 3, to be paid in advance in every la
(tance. . .
A II ad verttsements fur itranger or Uansient peraons to be
Tald In advance. . . ...
Advertisement not marked on the copy for a specified
time will be inserted till forbid, and payment exacted.
No ad vertisemenU can be inserted gra. iiltously.
All advertisements for charitabla institotions, fire compa
nies, ward, town, and other public meetings, including reli
gious notices, to be charged half price. .
s.r-iiresanddeatlisare puW'shed as news. 17 OWt-uaiW-i
tribute of respect, and funeral invitanous as other
'SSl and another, .endfng eommunk-a-tionsorrequirinniotlces
designed to call attention to airs,
fioirees, Conoert, or anv public enUrtainment. where
charge, aromade for admittance, all not.ee of pnj
ciatton, every notice designed to cU ",,'nt,;n...f,T"!e
enterprises calculated or intenoed to promote nrtTI'la"1
terest, can only be inserted with the und1erHU"d,n51t,tn
same I. to be pid fr. If inu-rted in the
(which can be only at the aiscreti.m of the lt'");"'n(f
will I oharged at the rate of not les. than 20 cents per l.ne.
The undersigned, publishers .rfds.ly and tri-weekly paer.
in Nashville, pledge ourselvu. stri-Uy to adhere to the above
bill of prices, and in no instance i todariatc fr.m them.
B R. McKKNMK C0.,True Whig Office.
J. L. MA HUSO CO., Union and American.
W. F. UANU k CO., Banner uiuce.
AMFi:SOX, R. P. dealer In Lace and Fancy
lioo hsM.. AcZcnion street. No. E2, between College
and Cher y stretta, Naahville, Tanu. aec"i
DFItltYs W T. A: CO., Wholesale and Retail
15 dealer, in Books, Btationery, Ac, West aide Public
CL.IFTO. A- A II HOTT dealer in Gentlemen
Apparel and Furnishing Goods, Cedar .treet, near the
Post Otlice. J19 -
DOI MI, AS, II. cV I. At C .s Importer. Wrf
Wholesale dealer, in Domestic Dry Goods, Hats, Laps,
Honnets, fchoes, Brogan, Ac, north side Public Square.
pi t KJ A; CO., Importer and Wholesale dealers In
Fa Foreign and Domestic, Fancy and Staple Goods, Bonnet.,
Hat, Boot, fhoea, Ac, north .ide Public Square, jelo
FI.I A' CCNXINCill Importer and 1 Whole
sale and Retail dealer in Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Herd ware, Ac, College U between Union and the Square.
vmnnt:si'r"a' 1 Whnlesale and Re
tMtl Hauler In Iiruifs. Mwlicine. PaluU.Oil. Dye-stutf,
et., corner of Cedar U and Uie tfquai a.
MAKd l.L, 11. C.s Civil Engineer. Surveyor and
Draughtsman. Also, Book Kct r and (. nera Ac
O'lutant. Olbi m Pprmg t. one door west of Cherry U
A- CO.. Wholesale dealer In Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods, etc.. North aid Public Square.
OTi:V.T, HOIir.HT. Wholesale and Retail
O dewier In tin-ceriea. Liquors, Boat Stores, etc. Water L,
ront:ii(z upiivr .Inauilioat Lauding. el8
Urtlll T'lAt W. N. Manufacturer and dealer
l:i I'llutitin, WriUtig, Wrapping Par, oast side Publio
ami are. i"9
a sv - wtinM.. mnn Retail leaie7
j in Drui'S Mr ii. iiies, Painta, Oila. Dye-stuffs, etc sign of
the Won ami sioriar, turns si., uuon num m u..
A CAKO. -FTHE
undersigned, late w Georgia, having removed to the
X t'ltyof Nashville, offers his services to the cit'Sen of
Georgia, K. Tennessee and North Alabama for the pun hase
of Dry Goods, .noeries, Corn, Wheat, Rye, Bacon, Lard,
Fine Horse, Males, Cattle, and in short, every article of
trade oBeied in the NacI'Ville market.
The Merchanta of Nashvillo are men of high character
and pc-uniary standing, and have large and well lected
stock that they offer on IHerBl term., which hould itiduoe
the merchant of Upper Georgia, Fast Tennessee and North
Alabama to give th Nashville market atair tria . As to
the (irocery Market, the i ropriitr will sugce.t Itself to the
mind of every merchant in the section of country named,
a the mo-t proper for their trade. ....,- j
- The long connection of the undersigned with the Railroad
of Georgia, as General Agent, Treasurer and Superintend
ent of Transportation, as well as Agent at I hattaoooga Sev
eral year, for th Banking Interest of 8avannh, will eimble
him more readily to lnv, stigat claims again, t Railroad
Companies, for lust goods or lor damage whtlo in trari.au,
for the renewal or discount of no e or bills in lank, Ac.
AH Uiur. inclosing orders and money will receive prompt
attention, and all order, without the money, when aati:ao
tory evidence of . dvency and prompt nes. accomnies th
same, or the parties known to be suoh, shall teoeive like
attention, when ordering article, that some under th rule
or cos turn of tlx market to sell on time. I will alo give
strict attention to receiving und forwarding all good that
are not fo be stored, ttut may no directed to my care. The
charges for the purchase of ',ol, Ac, will be five ler cent
commissions, aod twenty cent lor each box or ijaekag for
receiving and tot warding. 7 I, X'fi '
Poet OOce Bull ling, No. 8,
RnFFRENCER R. R- Ccttaa. tq., Pr' Central Rail
road and Bank, Maj. A. Pira, Pres't Bank Ute of Geor
gia. Savannal ; laaao Scrrr, rq., PrWt Macon and W est
rQ KaKroad, Macon; lion. Joaa P. Kign, Pret, aud liw
Yoa.1up't Georgia U ail road, and S. T. Oonas, lq., Au
sruvta; ML J. f. Court, Gen. Snp't Western and Atlaunc
Uailroa-i, Atlanta; Gen. A. J. UiSU, Attorney at Law,
Marietta; Gaoaoi 8. Hue, q. Boa Ga.; Capt. J""
Waxiaus and Col. J. A. Wbitksidw, Chatutooga, J. I
Mntiss and Jo. Paaaoas Esq., Knoxvllle, Tenn.j Wiixiau
Msuxaa, Lsq, Deeatur, and Judg Laaa, UunUvdK Ala.
. DA!Vi A. JOII.tJKTO.'Vs
WATCHMAKER, JEWKLLEB AND PILVERRMITH,
No. 49 caaaaT rrassr, (cooraa'. amuiiiHt,)
H AO JUt reeeiren a Ki oi new anq rasn
lonabl JKWFLKT. which be will cU as fja
icheupa ran be bought in Naahviila. - ft.
1 will also manuiaciuro .t'Ug
;W1;LV AXl alU LIl WOUK.
of s-verv deaerfptinn to order, on the shortest notice. Ftl
VFR r-POONS, FOKRS, KMVFA, PlJiTii) AND FANCV
GH)De rail J kept cwuatafiil oo haad.anc' foraalsrefr
M" AKV New nI Hrautlful Articles ad
ded to my usual supphe- ,
jf-Do not large snjr splendid soda , Bter.
U. W. HfcNDtUMiUlT,
Cornor of Cedar Street and th Squart,
pr28 NashvlUo, Tenn.
r . AND GENFRAX. AGENT,
ITo. 63 Cherry Street, KtitTllle, Teaa.,
WILL attend to th Sale of Dry Goods, Orooarius, Real
fcstato, and Personal Pr ei ; jr.
Abu, will attend i 'l.e l-ruiug at collecting of Pent ol
nouses, and Hire of Negro-, Ac
rrTh 'lt'0 Cl.m s, or 0.0 aJustireut of tfco
tanie, p!acl in hU bauds will be attended to uiia rroswpl
OHICIIll IIAIs IM !.: wr fit-Cora
Sheller. Straw Cutters, Cider Miils, Oram Mil, Churns,
Fanning M ilia. Grindstone Kollera, Grain Measure. Horse
powers, I lows, Pump, Meat Cutter aud o Under, Stone
M.m taad and for aai. b, p
ttuj College .trout, KasutttUa.
New York City, Business Director
From 8. M. PETTINGILL A CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nasaau Street, Nrw Toei,
And No. 10 State street, Boeros.
P. A Co.; are Arent for the most Influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both la the Coiled State and
the Canada. ... ;
17 1'OTTCXET V CO Importer of French and
1 other European Goods, No. 4 8 Broad street. .
PATIKT ELASTIC EKIET3.
BTr.S A' FICANCr, No. 1 Hare lay t
X, Xr-Cavtum. None are genuine except they have
the (tamp of th Patent. All manufacturer, aud seller, in
fringing, will be proeecuied according to law.
RICH SPRING GOODS.
YF. A. & J. C JIcCLELLAND
WOULD call the attention of their friends, and buyert In
general, to the . -, - .
Largrtl and ?Ist F.lr Stoclc of
- SPRISC GOODS .
Ever offered by them. This stock ha been selected with
unuual care, and at prioerVhich will enable them to offer
very great Inducement to buyer, particularly to Cass
buyers. METROPOLITAN STOKE,
Koi. 61 and 3 College Street.
ELEGANT DKESS GOODS.
Elegant Plaid snd Striped Poi De Sol;
44 44 44 44 Q ; j. yefJ Ct)tlip;
Super Black Gro De Rhine, very cheap;
" Mourning Silks;
F.legant Flounced Bareges; , "
Rich Printed 44
Super i'lsm Bareges, in colors and black, very cheap;
El gant French Organdie; . - '
. - Printed Jaconets, neat styles
A large lot of Printed Muslins, very low priced; ,
Gingham., Printed Linens, Cbints, Prints, Ac. Ac .
CUIKTA1.X GOODS. .
Rich Satin Brrgatelle; .
" " Laiue;
" Wool Damabks;
" Union " .
" I.ace Curtains;
" Muslin Curtains, with I1 the Trimming,
complete for putting np Curtains ,made to icatch.
Our stock of Staple Goo-i. is very laree and complete
Irish l inens, Dama.-k do., Toweling do., Takings, Linen and
Cotton Sheetings, Plaid Domestics, Cottonadea, Linens,
Drills, Tweeds, Aipacas, Bombasine, Drab Do Kte, Cloths,
imers, Vefting, Ac, c, all very cheap, at - .
a Nos. CI and 53 College 81 reet.
. LAIIGE AND RLEGAVr RTOCIS. OF '
AT rHICES TO 8UIT THE PRESENT CEISI3!
NO. 20 PtrilLIC SQUAICE,
18 now prepared to exhlbi4; hi. Fall Importation of RICH
FU REIGN AND AMERICAN DRY GOODri. comprUing
one of the most desirable assortments ever offered selected
from the very latest importations, and purchased under the
GRKiTJMT DKI'KUi.-tn!l iF PRICKS IK TH8 K.ASTIRS CITIES-
Lnder these circumsUnces I leel gratified that I can offer
ucb inUuceniuUls as will cuble nil to purchase.
HAVE a large and well selected assortment of Silks, at
all prices, and well suited for the Fall Trade, Ac, via:
Super Brocade Striped Silks;
44 Plaid Glaeie do; .
44 Gro de Aplique do;
Plaid r-trip'd oiik.Ogr't
Rich Poult de Sole Silks;
44 B'lk Water'd Silks, new
Grode RUIae Silk., all
Challey Silks, all eclors.
Weilding and Evening (iresocs, (beauufui varwiies,) cheap
Bilk, of all kinds, etc., etc.
W00LLEH DEES GOODS.
PLAID AND STRIPED CASHMERES;
Tartan l'lsni?, (all color and width.; ;
Real rrench Merinoes, from MW. and upwards;
Mousli n de I jiiiies, A- 4 aud 6-4 widths;
Luien' Bombasines: - . - .
M hue Cashmere de Ecosse; -
. Valencia Robes, (rich;)
And a great variety of other tj les, new and cheap. -' -
CLOAKS, TALMAS, SHAWLS, cto.
A BEAUTIFUL variety of Cloth and Velvet Cloaks, Tal
mai, Crape ishawls, Tukeuis aud Tliibbet Shawls; Cash
re Scarfe, Ac B0T
CLOTHS, CASSIKEILES, FLANNELS ft BLANKETS
F 'BENCH and English Cloth and Caseimeres, fa great va
riety, Cloaking Cloih, lUankets of aU kindi, Satinets,
Jeans, Tweeds, (all wool) Plaid Liuseys, Real Welch Flan
sels, and all oth-.r descriptions, etc, etc
f ET) ALI N Maltese Collar and Sleeve;
iVI Trimmed Embroidered CoUaretta;
Embroidered Collars, Sleeve and Ilablt;
Mourning Collar and SUeves;
French Juuluuidered liaudkerrhiefs; ""
44 44 Mourning do; s
Aplique Sprigs, Cambric Flounciikg. and Band., Ac
Embroidered Chemiietts and Sleeves; .
Valeneienne aud Maltese Lace, and Edging! ;
Jaconet aud Swiss do do, Ac
LINENS, E0SEEBT AND GLOVES.
PARLE Damask, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4 and 12 4 Pillow-Case
' Linens, Barnrley Hurting, Bird Eye liaier, llucahack,
Crarh, Napkin and Irish Lineua, trench Linen Cambricks,
l-Dglish, Silk and Cotton Hosiery, Winter Iioiery, all kinds.
Ladies' nd Genlleiuea'. Kid Gloves, Beaver aud Gauntlet
Glov-s, Ac. nov4
SUFETrNGP of all widths; Bh ached and Brown Domes
tics; Enyliah and American Prints; Howie's Prints, aud a
great variety of other Goods.
Tall and emmine my stork of Goods.
To CAM! BUYERS "and PLNCTUAL CUSTOMERS great
I Bducementa will be offered. JAd. Mt'liuL.
" FACT0EY FINDINGS. '
JOHN B. WEST hns now in store, and hourly txpeeted,
nearly all kind, of Machinery Findings, usually enquired
for here, via; .
Machine Cards, Sheets and FUlettlng and Tacks;
Lace '.leather, Emery;
Sheep and Calf Top Holler do;
4 Top Roller Cloth;
Harness Twuie and ilarnea Eyes;
Steel and Reed Slaica, all number; -
Shuttles, with and Without roller;
Ring Travellor, all Dumber; ,
25 and SO inch Comb Plat, and Card Cleaner,
. IIAU.M SH AND CAUDA.
RFCE1TED this dv. 48 setU Eastern marts ITeddle Fye.I
Harness on Shafting. AiaOjAdia. pair Cotton Hand
Cards. (maris If JNO. B. WRST.
CATLIN'S NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS.
HIHTOR OF TIIK INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMER
ICA, wits Biographical Sketches and anecdotes of lha
VtWHi Uirft, eniliellitlisd with Hundred and
Ttfuii i'l'rtrttit, rin the Milan O'ullrry In the War
Department at Washington, In three volumes, 15x18 Inches.
Original oust $130. I will sell this work unusually low (or
cah. aprlli) JOHN B. WEST.
. TO WEAVESS AND SPINNEES.
JOHN B. WEST ka recently rtoeived the A.llowing ar
closln Iho spinning and weaving line, via:
Revolving Temples, Machine Cauls, Stripping Cards, Car
Plyers, Car Oeaners, Comb Plate, assorted, Lnery, Pick
era, two kinds.Sieel snd Cane Maie, Shuttle, and, Lao
Leather, Holler Ck.th, Calf and Sheep Roller Leather, Har
ness Twin and Ejes, King Sravellera, from 0 to . ilrmp
SUPESIOR PIANO F0BTIS.
JNO. II." WEST.
HA" now In store a la'ge supply of riANWT-rr,
Ft)KTE?t, of verv super'nr tone, style J -.ks 2
and BotsK, of C, X, V. aad I octaves, maa- 5 1 II
Hsu.rr, Dsn k Co., Boston,
T. (uct A Co.. Boston,
Ncsa A Clssi, New York,'
shlch, for durability, pet tectum and volume of too, art
tl equa-rd by aay other aiakurs known In this market, and
rhieh he witldLsposs of at manufacturer4, price, with th
tddilion of carriage. Those wishing le purchase woalj do
veil to an. I j soon, as he is u!to crowded, and ansloua to
sal , to (sake room lor others very soon etpected-
riAitiir.M7.rD 1110N ma.ti:lm.
Tallin majiiiftc.nl style of Mantel is fast takteg the pJsc
U all oihs dsse lot loos, both on account of It ut.
or beauty, rtebnesa, durability, and partiratarty hs cheap
. V) In) their cost I only about half that of the real
iarble, they indeed escced Uv forsMsr to beauty, have a
ssiperiof lustra, ar Irs luble to soil, aru aaach aer
4 clean, and far etrwd msrWs la durability, aod art, at
he somu Una, les kabl to break.
The unders rned are arenla f.r the Btiaoufacturrr, Wal
.ac, Uihgusr A Co, lu:Tiik, Ky., and uill furnUa the,
to their punu, aa4 the puboc generally, with gratra, u aa
Tr pieces, aud very Uucg eutnolrte; an I will also arswr.
Bteu4 Uwtr putuog up. rTfcWAliT A OHtX,
tujve iraler and Tiowsre MarDlVctiirrri,
utrA da 1 1 ho. f 7 Market strreU
r" LAssU AU i: tMo bo. quart Flasks;
T lm dt H pint di; in
4....1. l. fisi Si.' ki r::iun.ii
W. U. GOKDUN A CO.
N O. Clarified Sugar: .i
115 bbl and hf bbls ReboUed IVJ bbls Cider Vinegar;
. Molasses; , . eslc Scotch. Ale;
500 kegs Nail assorted; - M kegs Shot and Lead;
600 coils Kentucky Rope; 100 dozen Broomr,
100 whole and hall boxes Etar 500 reams Wrapping Paper;
Candles; - 10) t to 5 gallon Demijohns;
85 boxes Soap; - - 6-1 Painted Buckets;
81 do Starch; , - 10 bbl Coppera; ;
DO dozen Pick'es; 100,000 Havana Segars; -.
15 bag Pepper, t?plce and lOO.Out) American Segars.
FoJlebT , ' f ETBI0UR, FANNING A CO.
Je25 ' Corner Market and Church streets.
WE are manufacturing a choice arlic'e of Flour espe
cially for family use, which we offer to the trade on
the most libera! terms. All orders left at the office s ill meet
prompt attention. fj) O. HAMMOND A CO.
The Knuckle 'Wakhirtgr JJIacliinc.
WE have been apposed agents for the .ale of this cele-
, trr-.i.t 1 -v, ; - vn f : niijv in the State
w tra.ieu Tvsfliiiug jiiii-h
should, by all means, procure one immediately, a the
amonnt oi tamir ssra u nimm...
Full directions and a man to go and show ft used free of
charge. apr8 vm 8. H. L00MJ3 A CO.
T ONGWORTirs CATAWBA VINE
IJ We have just received a fresh supply of Longwoith s
Wine In quart and pint bottles. AUo, the Dry Catawba in
casks. ' - - " 8. H. LOOMIS W.,-.
jel4 , Sole Agents lor nasnvuie, .
ONCE M0EE TO THE EES CITE
THE nndersigned beg leave to inform their friend, and
patron that they have re-opened their business at No.
89 Market street, and have just received a large supply of
Cigars, Liquars, Wines, Ac, which they offer for sale on very
liberal term. Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore received, they hope by strict attention to business to
merit a continuance of th same.
ap27 tf L. 1). GOLDBERG A CO.
MOlli-l HOWS. SO WAIJtKS
E0LGE ft WALKER, -llarbe-r-t
Hair Dresser., Ac- Arc.
- No. 18 Cedar 8trset:
HATE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
customers and the public In general, inducement, never
before oCered in this city. Having newly fitted up our house,
we feel confident that all who give u. a call will leave well
atisfied. In addition to Bs'berlng, Hair dressing, Ac, we
have large, commodious aod .leatly furnished Bath-Rooms.
These are the finest in the dry, aud as to convenience and
comfort, cannot be surpassed in the country. While pas.,
ng, gentlemen and patron., just step in and see with what
magic we "make the hair fly," and what a salutary effect our
pure water ha. upon a wearied and eolt body. .
. aog3 -
rpnE Public are respeciruliy Informed that LT0N8 A CO
JL still entinue selling their celebrated Cliolera und
Diarrlira. lrcvt'iitiT" (from the efft-cts of which
so many last year reaptd great comfort and relief,) by the
Gallon, Bottle or Glass. A. preventives are always better
than cures, we ftronjrly recommend all to use It. The Poor
supplied without charge, If accompanied, with a practfsing
Doctor's certificate Private Families particularly, should
have a bottle of this article in the bouse, In case of emer
gency. - LYONS A CO-,
myl 19 Cedar street.
AIT1EKICAN KIBEE SOCIETY.
BIBLE? and TFPTAMENTS of all descriptions, from the
above SOCIETY, may be found on deposite at my store.
Send your order, and they (.hall be filled at a low rate.
CHARLKd W. SMITH,
jvlO . o 41 College street.
RAN AWAY on Monday night, the 21ft in.t., while tn th
employment of Mr. Charles H. Martiu, of this city,
TWO NKGKO MEN, named JIM and ALBKRT. They are
about twenty five years of age; of dark complexion; had
with them a new suit of clothes, mad of green casinett,
and new lilk hate. JIM 1 about five feet eight inches
high; weighs about ISO lbs; well formed, high forehead and
pleating countenance; speaks quick when spoken to; was
raised in Williamson county by Thomas Petwny. ALBERT
i about 5 feet T inche bifth; weigh about 175 lb; round
face, good countenance, with small round eyes; speak
rather slow when spoken to; rather an humble looking ne
gro; was raised by Col. Thomas Williams, of Montgomery,
Ala - I will give the above reward if they are taken ana
sectf-ed so that I get them.
wy-4 tf C. L. NELSON".
300 bbls Peclifled Whisky; ' 20 bbl. Holland Hin;
50 do Old Reserve do
60 do tilaiaga Wine;
Robinson co. do
Peach Brandy; -
loO doaen Wolfe's Schiedam
6 qr casks Pure Port Wine;
8 half pipe. Otard Brandy.
For sal by
SEYMOUR. FANNING A CO.
Corner Market and Church streets. .
G. -W. HENDERSHOTT,
Corner of Cedar Street and the Square,
HAS received the mot of hi Spring stock,
ad has the pleasure of nffering a most tplendid
slot of Drugs and Medicines, and would ofler to
'the Public the purest article of every kind. It is only
necessary to say that all medicines, and every article aa
by me, are of the best quality.
apr28 G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
lHESII EI.TIE JCICE-Sold by -
I; apr23 . G. W. ii KNDER?HOTT.
CONOR ESS U ATERs Lexlngtrn Mustard, war
ranted genuine, pure BranUie. anil Wine for medical
purposes. Sold by , . . G. W. HENDKR-IHOTT.
SIMPSON cV WOEGI'S Aromatic Srlife
daill Siclauapi'Uf said to be a verv good medicine,
for sale by . G. W. litNDERSUOTT.
SWEDISH LEECHES Sold by "
aprtS . G. W. HtNDERSIIOTT.
O TON V. V A R E For .ale by
O apr.8 G. W. H ENPER3H0TT .
VRENGES of almost every kind.
apr28 . . . , G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
) ERE DiatilleU Ilt Wafer.
apr28 G. W. H KNDERStTOTT.
A FINE ASSORT.ni.NT of Perfumery and lx
tract., various kind; also the best quality of Coloene.
For sale by apr2. G. W. HENDERSHOTT. ,
7 1 N DO W G E A SS Various sises lor sale low by
apr.9, G. W HENDtK. HOTT.
l.A II. 80 Pigs Lead, just received and tor sale by
J I mar 101 D. D. DICKtT.
1?R0U and after the 1st August nest, the nndersigned
will reduce their charges for Forwarding. :
Qn all packages of Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats,
Clothing, Hardware, Confectionery, Books, Ac, of " .
ordinary site, each, - : . ' IVJtfe
Casks and barret, of Wines and Liquors, '"' 83
All small packages of Groceries, 10
Coffr arxl Nails, per sac. and krg, 10 t
All heavy and cot!y articles diarged InproporUon. '
fm warding Grain coastwise, pet tack , , . B
Flour In barrel, ) 'lit
'- esr. W. H. GORDON A C0n of NaihtrU, Are oor
Agents in that place, to whom payment must be mado.
tTMerchanta not residents of Nashville, but who re
ceive their good there, mat pay Messrs. Gordon A Co. in
aovaaroor remit to us, or w shall charge hvsper cent for
advancing. . . .
rT"W uneasur all our freights, detecting any ever,
charge in msaaurmcnt of good. Ij vessel..
?" Mil on eomminioa aU kinds of Produfe-
tTW arc th Agents for th Tredegar Iron W'orks,
Rk hmond, Va, for ail siee of Bur Iron, Railroad Iron of
every description, Railroad Chairs and Spikes, Brjdf Iron,
A., Ac, and th best Virginia P g Metal.
WTATT A 00., Charlrton,
YOUNG, WYATT A tX), Savannah," ,
C"tton Factors, Cummiksion and Forwarding Merchaata.'
, eli7 4m .
. NOTICE. C
LYONS A CO. respectfully Uilorro I her patrons, and lha
puolie in general, that Ibey have jut received a verj
bug aad well -.sorted stock ef fine aud chotco imported
Cigar, Tftfeacr and l.lqaors.
A moeg the Saaoklng Tobacco will be found th Celebrated
Poemhuaiaa and Caaaur brands. W Lave ale a Lroh
supply of our wtli known
Oitler and Diarrket JCedkated Urtady,
Aromatic Schiedam Bchuappa,
Wch, with tb largo stock ef otbr good always en htad.
wtli giv to ear ew. turners better utur merits to make their
urchsxe of us, our swiie being, "rmail rn ttt and Quick
Ul." LYONS A CO.,
. Jy IS- I Cedar at reet. ,
MM J!I-I.E1Ij brss XnX pint rirubiuxk
JL TumUera, good ankle, to sale by
J'.'8 . W. H. GORDON A fO.
IlRMTlIlEt ft It NITER Ell
a T Nw 4A Cfloa street, Ira U. Ut-
f. U' od etaaJ, is a larrs and w
elee'd asorueeai of f urniture
wbark will b sold at sstrxsaeiy few price
Tbuat wishing any thiog in th Furoltu-e Hoe, iU de
WU le eaii tasasodiately, as 1 am dinsotod te claa et the
euueera irthwi.h, wblv I win da, even though M be far
LLNiIUA-f COT., 40. W. JiUJ-AfteU
NEW YORK ADVERT1SEMEFITS,
From VISCHER A SCHELL'8 Genl Advertising Hoaser
ArPLiToa'S EcrxDiHQ, 846 and 843 Broadway.
- - . . Late No. 80 Nassau-Street. J
HaiaHton Collegiate Institute,
' (20tt Term,). , : - ... i
' Au English, Clasaical and Iflilltarw
v Hoarding- Scliool.
WHITE PLAINS, NIW YORK. " 1
THIS INSTmrriON is delightfully situated, twenty-six
mile. North of the City of New York, and i. accessible
eight time, a day by Railroad. The Academical year is dl
vided Into two Session, or Terms of five months each, be
ginning the first Monday in May and November. Vaca.
tiont 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 sy.-tem, as well as establishing
the habit of erectnea. of posture and gracefulnet. of cat
riage. TiEMs. 4125 for Summer Term and $130 for Winter
Term, including Board, tuition in the English,. Classical,
Mathematical and Commercial branches, Military Tactic.,
with use of arm. and equipments,- bed, bedding, washing,
light, fuel, Ac, payable each ses-iun in advance. ;
Ertrat, and CliargaliU per Term. .. , ;
For French, Spanish, Italian, Ac, each tlO 00
Instruction on Piano aad use of 1 nrtrument .... W 00
do In Drawing and Painting 14 00
' Circular, and Prospectus, may be had by addressing the
Principal. WILLIAM S. HALL, at the Institution.
B-FHtioiorg m Nrw Yobc Crrr. Hon. (Julian C. Yer
planck, Lyman Col b. Esq-, Rev. John M. Krebs, D. D., Rev.
Orville Dewey, D. D., B. F. Josllo, M. D., Alfrtd Freeman,
M. D-, and 8. W. Seaton, Esq. .ei 14 lm
Bags and Bagging.
MO YES & WHITTLESEY,
NO. 80 WATER STREET, ,
. 1 NEAR OLD SLIP, NEW YOP.Kj ' f .'
HAVE eon.tantry on hand, end MANUFACTURE to
order .. s, , .;. . : t " ' - '"
Bags for Flour, Grain, Salt, Buck"
wheat, Hams, Arc.
Would also call the attention of Country Merchants, to
their assortment of
SEAKLESS AND . FAEHXES' BAGS, -"
- ' . AND OF
- MILLERS' BAGS,
Designed and printed to order, expressly for their use. '
Our facilities are such that we can supply from " " '
10,000 to 20,000 Bags per day.
Also, Importer and dealer. In j- 'V ' ii
GENNT BAGS AND BAGGING,
And various kind, of Thread and Twine, both Linen and
Cotton, of vhich we are receiving cottinual supplies,
augl ly -
- TO H0XTEFS AKD DEALZES. -The
71 Fulton Street and 71 Beekman Street, New York,
Principal Office, 103 Front Street, New York,
Factory, No. 86, 87 ano 82 Hudson Streets, Jersey City.
THE PR0PEIET0US OF THIS LONG AND WtLL
- ' Coffee and Spice Etitabllfchnieiit,
Continue to prepare the best Fharmaciielirat
Pnwdrrsin use, for RAIDING BREAD, BISCCIT.TEA
AND orilKa CAKES, Ac. They also prepare Mustard,
Cocoa, and many other article, of daily use in every family,
which they offer upon the most reasonable terms. Cata
logues sent to dealers who request tbem.
K. H. A J. G. IPHAM.
N. B. Consumers advised to inquire for Hops Mills ar
ticles. - ... ' aug2 ly
ECiLLE-'iTLE?, BE0THESS k CO.,
TUPORTEKS AHD DBALKB3 I ,
Erugs, Painta, Oils, TJyei, Perfumery, &c, ace.
17U. Williaiu Street, New York,
INVITE the attention of the trade to their large and va
ried stock of Drug,, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Ac, Ac. .
- 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, Bron.es, Corks, Mortars, Sponges, Frenob and
English Perfumery ,L ibln'. Kx tracts, and many other artie'es
usually embraced in Drugista' .torka, which they are also
enabled to offer on the most advantageous terms
Orders, either in person or by mail, will receive prompt
attention. : - Je23 ly
KEW T0EE BAG MAOTFACTOET.
HAM, Flour, Feed, Grain, Meal, Hominy, Shot, Buck
wheat, Bait, Guano, and all other kinds of bags made
and printed to order by machinery with despatch. Address
aabove,lT Flatl St. New ork.
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 Bags, Ac, in exchange for
oeries. Je61 CUCKCH AND KRriON.
.McGHEUV V CARMICIIAEE,
. , NURSERYMEN, FL0RIST3,
AND LANDSCAPE G AUDI-NEBS,
.. NASI1VILEE TEEN.,
' Three Ml tt from the city, on the Hniaboro Turnpike'
HAVi for .ale Fruit Tree, Grape Vines, Ever-jjr
t greens Mnd Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, BVp 'I :
Greenhouse plants, Osage Oranges for hedg, Ac.
Gardens laid out or re odelled. Booquela to order 4-C-
at all Masons. v dec7 litm
i ECONOMY AND COni'OUT.
DR. C. "W.CEOZIEE'S
. Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, 1854, and which received the
, Premium at the Kathvill4 Fair in October -9
' last Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
THE under-tgned, having repeatedly been solicited to
make consignments of the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
ture, has concluded to sell no mora county right, in thi.
State, but will in future bare the Improved Camphor Wah
Mixture put up and distributed throughout thi. State (ex
cept In Ik eou title where the right have been disposed ol )
and in the ftato of Alabama. And that It may be enabled
more effeetuallyto make thi arrangement, he propose to
divide the patent lor T:nnesee and Alabama into ,
.hares, one-fourth to be retained, and the remaindsr 750
hare will be offered for sale. A pel son remitting ten
dollar will bar one share in the Patent, to run fourteen
year from July 11, ISM, and 111 be at the same time In
vesting also five doners to be used tn the purchase of the
Ingredients, advertising and the necessary expenditure of
the means to prepare and distribute the Mixture for sale
Consignments will be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other person!, to the amount ef their
remittance.' And they will be allowed a commission of S3
per cent on their sale, and also their proportion of the
profit at large.
Annual exhibit of sale wfll be made, and dividends of the
profits remitted to each .harebolder. No debts wilt be con
tracted, nor will the Company be responsible for any, as the
business will be conducted upon the cash system.
Any of those a ho have purchased patents for eoootle. tn
this State, can have the privilege of exchanging their right
for .hare at the price they have paid. This exchange will
be wal at the cost of tae PstenUe. ,
It I desirable to have at least one o snore active share
holder, in each county in the State named. Subscription,
far .hare will b; rlord by th 1st September next. And
consignments of the Mixture will be mad very soon there
after. Certificates issued te shareholders, who will request
th Agency, if they desire It, - '
The oadcrtlgnod will ac Agent until the shareholder
elect throe directors to serve one year, who win cave the
management until their auceeasor. shall be elected. - v
Newspapers in Mobile, Moutgsenery, Tuscalaoaa, Hunt
Till, Talladega aod Tuacumbia, that wfl publico this twice
and otber dverttaemenu to the amount cf ten dollar, and,
send eoe copy, will receive one .hare. Address,
- C. W. CU0ZUR, Patentee,
Je24 '- 7 '. Knoxville, Tens. ,
A. HO UK, . ,
. Ctcatar, Alabaaa,
HAS a large and Commodious warehouse Is,
mediately on the bank of the liver.
tvlo tnwif .
nHF.ETII. Dentist win please uke no
X tiee taat the under. Urn ed is our enryi
geetia the eHy ef Nathvili. .n-1 thoae(
wishine ourreoulD nuk of te. in, will pieaaa
saaxo Uteir purchase direct of hira. 11 has t reeervce)
anatbar eopply ef Teeth, which, with h bneor stock, makae
It large and eaasplete, lis has also on Aaad a few arte De.
tal ease of Instruments, all cow plots, Aiao, Flies, Forerpe,
ttugger, Kxeavatora, Burrs, Drula, Bene4 Ytcua, Cerrusw
eVes Fiiea, Wbl, Ae. For al by
A. BtkitTCU, (formerly Stretch A Orr) .
Wboiesale arui Jt.laU Druggists,
fcl4 Corner CoUrg and L'oJoa suesu, hWivuio. ,
. . XJLE.0 VANTID,
LAID W0 bb'.s ar4 acted hemed lately, fat which la
birluiul aaarkel prtce ui Caaa wiii b paid.
eu--Lj , . j, borr.K A CO.
- He. 13 eta Fraet M teiirUle Te,aa
RHODES' . -
FEVER AND AGUE CURE,
. ... 0E ANTIDOTE TO MALAEIA-
FOR the Prevention and Cure of IjrrsTuuTrxjrr and Ha
hjttkst Fsvase, Fitm and A or, Cbills and Frvaa,
Dcmb Aevi, Gsnkkai. DastuTT. Ulan SwaaTS, and all other
form, of disease which have a common origin in Malabia
or Musma. . , - - - - '
Thi. is a N ATCEAL ANTIDOTE which will entirely pro
tect any resident or traveler even in 'the most sickly or
swampy localities, from any Ague or Bilious disease what
ever, or 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 begina
to recover appetite and strength, and continues until a per
manent and radical cure is effected.
ijrytne or two bottle will answer for ordinary case,
some may require more. . Directions printed in German,
French and Spanish, accompany each bottle. Price One
Dollar. Liberal discounts made to the trade.
JAS. A. RHODES, Providence, K. L
rROOJf CF SAFETY.
" New Yost. June 11. 1535.
" I have made a chemical examination of 4 Bhoom' Fstvks
id AoceCntB,' or 4 Aktwotk to Malaria,' and have tested
it for Arsenic, Mercury, tiuinlne and htrychnine, but have
not found a particle of either in it, nor have I found any
substance in its composition that would prove injurious to
"JAMES R. CHILT0S, M. D., Chemist."
EVIDENCE OF MERIT.
44 Lkwisbcrq, Union co.. Pa., May 2, 1SI5.
Ma. J. A. Rkodiu Dear Sir : The box of medicine you
sent me was duly received on the 11th of April. I have sold
about one-half of it, and so far the people who have used it
are satisfied that it has cured thrm. It has certainly .top
ped th Ague in every one who has used ft, and six of the
cases were rf linff standing. My sister, who ha had it for
five or six year. bck, ar.d could never get it (topped, ex
cept by Quinine, and that only aa long as .he would take it,
1. now, I thisk, entirely cured by your remedy.
44 C. R. McGlXLY."
CAUTION TO AGUE SUFFERERS.
Take do more Arsenic, Mercury, Quinine, Strychnine, or
Anti Periodic, or medicines of any kind, the virtue of which
is owing to such poisonno. drugs. The most they can do is
to "break the chills" for a short tin e, while they are sure to
cause constitutional maladies that cease only with life. Re
member tl at the only Fever and Ague Remedy that b harm
less as well as sure, is , .
R bodes' Fever and Ague Cure.
. For sale by Geo. II. Bates, 133 Waler street, at wnofesale,
and by C. V. Clickener A Co., and C. H. King, Now York;
T. W. Dyott A Sons, Philadelphia; and by dealers generally,
sepj dtr ii wawtsef 21
GEO. W. COWAN
' A T T O K N E V AT LAW,
general Agent for the Purchase, Sale
and Rent of Real Estate, and the
Collection of Claim,
No. 43 Cherry Street,
N AS II VIE EE, TENN.
PROMPT attention will be given to all business entrusted
to him, and special attention to the collection of .Eastern
claims throughout Middle Tennessee.
Rkkkicim. A. C. A A. B. Beech, Evans, Porter A Co.
L. B. Fite A Co., TIios. T. Pmiley, Fx -Go v. Neill 8. Frown
Joaiah Ferris, Nashville, Tenn.; Gen. J. A. Battle, Iavid
sn co., Tenn.; Ex-Gov. W. B. Campbell, 1-ebeaon, Tenn.;
Hon. John P. Caruther, Memphis, Tenh.; W. D. Lavender,,
New York City. , . - oct3 tf
SHEET-IBOH AND TIN-PLATE W0BKEES,
No. 35 Market Street,- I ".
(At the well knownytand of Ben. S. WeUer.1 )TA
.7 NASHVILLE, TENN., Q&J
KEEP constantly on hand a One assortment of TINWARE,
that will be made with particular reference to the re
tall trade; together with every variety of work unually found
in our business.
Bathing Tubs, Coffee Mills,
Counter Scale., Chaffing Dishes,
Tea Kettles, Coffee Urns,
Cotton Cans a superior article,
tft Cream Freezem Japanned Tin Ware,
Btew Pans, Ac.
; "Particular attention will be paid to Job Work, which
we will do in none but good, workman-like manner. We
trust our friends w ilk, tender us at least a portion of their
petronage. apria 6n
WM. W. KNOX,
B E L L .41 AN G E Rr
IYo. 81, Urouduay, !S'ahville, Tvnn.
N. B. To hi own he has added the entire stock and
ol. of the late R. Buckle. . jel tf
Bancroft, Betts & Marshall,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CXBCTJLAB P0E FALL OF 1855.
WE desire to call the attention of our friend, and the
buyer, of Dry Goods thri ughout the West and South
west, to our attraction, lor the fall .ales of the preseut
Our business I. now so well organized and arranged, that
we are better able than ever before, to .upuly the trade
with a large and attractive stock.
Our Own Importations will supply our For
eigu Department with all the new and drrirable fabrio
from the European markets (elected by one of the house,
resident in Europe and will be particularly adapted to our
Our Domestic and Staple Goods Department will be sup
plied with all the leading styles of Good.
It is, we believe, an acknowledged fact that our Stock ha
alway. been one of the largest aod most attractive in thi.
couutry, aod we alio believe that the best buyer have be
come convinced that our ysUin of 81I0RT PROFIT AND
PROMPT PAY is the most aatUfkctory.
We invite the attention of all clos buyers to our EaraT)
and Attractive Mock, but with the distinct un
derstanding that - sell good, oaly for cash, or good note
payable In all ease at Bank.
We shall fi om this date forward, adopt a new plan In con
nection with our Domestic Goods Department. We shall
keep a full and complete assortment of Bleached, Brown
and Colored Cotton Goods, which will be sold only for nett
Cash. Our object In this U te supply these Goods a Ue
as they are sold by cash houses in lha Northers cities. In
order to test this feature of our business, we only ask a
eomparison of earn price, with time prices, and Uiea we
will leave the decision to the purchaser.
From the three years' experience .inee the e.tah'fshmcot
of our business, we are enabled the more eofidenxly to In
vite attention to our .Uek and plans for business, believiug
that we oflt r inducement teeond to no Iltmte in ViU conn
ry. " 2"9 and 211 KING elUtt T,
jAn 1,1655. jj9 trw8m CiuaLtSTOS, 8. 0.
II A G S!
$5 50 IN PREMIUMS!
HAVING largely Increased my supply of Raga by th
Premiums ottered the past year, ending June 80th, J
am induced to ofler a larger amount of Premiums Kir the
present year; and wi I pay the above premium In sum. of
lu, S9'i, i, To, 6t, 50, $-10, M 120 and fin, to aey
ten Merchant or Pedlars who will deliver me from thi. date
to the 1st of July, 1456, the largest amount of KAUS; the
same to be booKlit outside of and by men doing b mines
outside of Na-hville or vicinity.
I WILL AT ALL T1MKS PAYTn HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE IN CASH FOR RAGs ON DELIVEHY, and brne a
certificate to tlie owner of the amount received and paid for,
1'bese certificate must b kept and sent in en or before next
July, so that three disinterested merchant of Nashville ean
make the award. The largest amount being entitled to
tltlO, the next largest to I So, and so on down.
Merchants sending ane Bag will pleas write that I may
know In whoso nam to Issue th certificate. Combinations
will not be allowed, - .
Woolen, Linsey, Silk and Worsted Rags ar not wanted,
snd will not be included in the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention te saving and buying
rag throughout Middle Tennese-
jye dtrwewtf W. g. WHITEMA.
CHILDREN'S IIOE AD HALF HOSE
A vary desirable lot of Ch.ldrei.4. Hose and Half llose,
which, w are dosing out very eleap.
. t. H. MeOILL,
Gentlemen', and Ladle' Furnishing ftiore.
sept Corner Colleg street and th oqaare.
OSVARUKCS-SO bale , Trion Factory, Georgia,
Osaaburga, a heavy article, suitable for wheal ban tor
Iptnent Nona; lor tale by W. H. &0SDON A CO.
SO A I S00 boxes No. 1 Ear Foap In ure and for sale
by llvTi) W. tt. GORDON A CO.
NAILS 1,000 keg fhotabenrvr'. Nail. li tor and
for sals by fjr W. IL GORDON A CO.
J?1S1I. 13 b.rrel Lake Fih,
li ha f bbls. do. do la .tore and for .a!.by
mr1 - W. H. GORDON A CO.
STAR CAXDLEH whole bote. Prector A Can
bl' titar Caadle , later aad Ax Ml hy-
M II. GORDON A CO.
t have th4 dar opened oar Ice Cream saloon, aa
prosuije aoUiing bat tae cure article.
aaA si inunrsu, .
yt Unioa street.
WR ar now reeelvtnr w Mek of
IPBISQ AJfO 8USMK GOODS.
fir g&en and boys, nmipruing all the swweat
ttytea ef CtrATfl, r A Si Is and Tt-T8, ol dJler-
t oantwe, wit a a large aeorteaeat or
clotss, rAxjnynr awd tzstisgs,
whicki we ill eaak Bp to enter la the fAsh'enable
tylaa. Amm, a lerg aortaenl ef Geausensra4 Furoishicg
GKMlsaadualerekiUungof the beat quahty. Bilk aod Uiog
feaa. I'mbreUas, In Uaca aad taftcy eolor.
apr tf U-LTTOJI AMOTT.
NASIIVIELE AND .TIE.1IPIIIS
UNITED STATES HALL PACKET LINE.
J. Q. CLINTC. JOHN SIMPSON. CITY or HUNTS V ILLS .
For itlemplii, Ntw Orleans, St. Louis,
TRI' WEEKL T.
THE splendid new passenger steamers CITY OF HCNT3
VILLE, Cable, Master, leaves Nashville every Mon
day at 8 o'clock, p. m.
J. G. CLINE. Jas. Da via Master, leave. Nashville ever
Wednesday at 6 o'clock, p. m. '
JOHN SIMPSON, Jack Davis, Master, leaves Nashville
every Friday at 6 o'clock, p. m.
Connecting at Paducah with the dally Louisville and St.
Louis United States Mail Boats, and at Memphis with the
splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H.R. W. Hill, Geo.
Collier and Ingomar.
The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will Snd it by far 4b peeuiB mean of travel
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. L. DAVT3, I ......
A. HAMILTON, f eD,,
' (ALL PAID IK AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organised, according to char
ter, is prepared to write Policies against LOBS or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by
Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Negro Policies granted at Current rate. .
Office, No. 60 Colkge street. East side, between Union si.
and Publio Square.
ALKTAVPFR. FAf.L, W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VANLEER. JAMES W0OP9,
JOHN KJRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
1IKMIY IIAKT.JR., K. U. MC3A1KT,
THOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCiUCA,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
JavkS Wamxb, Secretary. my?
mfNrssr.F. ttfahif: a- siirn
X Insurance Com puny Capital
i 150,000. Office on the north side of the f..;:
Public Square, mid way between the Nashville I
Inn and Planters' Bank. They will make Insurance oo
House and Good of every description, against fire; on
Steamboats and cargo, against fire and the risk of the river;
on the cargo of KeelboaU, Flatboats, and other river craft
and on Sea vessels and other cargoes, or the usual terms.
J. M. HILL, President,
Joa. Yaclx, Secretary.
Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods,
Alex. Allison, John M. Hill,
F. B. Eogg, . Jacob McOavock,
R. IL Gardner, Matthew Watson,'
G. M. Fogg, Jno. J. White,
January 23, 1S5J tt .
HIIE IHI'TFAE PROTECTION
X litiuraiiceComtiaiiTof afh-
rille. Office on Cedar (treet, adjoining theV
Post Office, and ODPoaite the Verandah, will in
lure on the mutual principle, Houses, Merchandise, Ac,
against loss or damage by fire. Steamboats on any of the
Western Water against the hazards of inland navigation
and the Cargoes of vessels of every description against the
perils of the sea and rivers. Also, the live of persons in
good health, for a .ingle year, for a term of years or during
life. Also, Bank Notes transmitted per mail.
All person having their live, or property Insured In thi.
nstitution, are entitled to a full participation in all th profit,
without any liability to loss beyond the amount of premium
Inch they may pay.
M. 8. PILCHFR, PresidenU
JNO. B. JOHNSON, Vwo n 'Jenl.
C. J. f. Whastds, Secretary.
June , 160 tf.
B. W. & J. F. FOECE & CO.,
WHOLESALE ROOT AMD SHOE IIOCSE,
No- 21 Qay&e street,
Charleston, S. C.
E Invite the attention of the Trade te our extensive
stock. . spl dly
I T HAVE this day associated with ra In the wholesale Ore
) 1 eery, CommiMion, Receiving and Forwarding business.
Mr. 8. N. Ho'liitgsworlh, late of Clarksvlll, Tenn., under
the name and style of "Hart and Hollintrsworth."
.3. N. H0LLING8WORTH
HAET & EOLUNGSWOETH,
viioli:.4i l e r. it oce h s co.i eti i si o.,
EECEIYIN3 AND F0EWAUDIXO
No 0 Market street, NASnviLLE,TENN.
NEW UANKHG IIOCSE.
IDHN D. JAMES. ...A. WUELESS.... DAVID D. JAMES.
JOHN D. JAMES 4c CO.,
BAXXZ2S AND EXCHANGE ETAT.TTR3,
Next door 1 3 the Bank of Nash villa,
janlJ Naahville. Tenn.
COLLECTION4 made on all the cities of the United
States, and prompt return made, by
janl JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
OLDA.'VDSILVERboughtand sold at best rates
by JOHN D. JAMK3 A CO.
FYITIE AND SIGHT KILLS on all the prioelpal
X cities in the Cnion, bought and sold at the lowest rate
by JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
NTEREST paid on Depo.it by
jaaiy JOHN D. JAMES A CO
J. II. Cl'RRi:,
Cabinet irlaker and Y'udertaker.
CEGd leave to inform hi friend, and th public generally,
that he keep, constantly on hand Coffin of every de
scription, from the plainest servants' to the fine Metalie air
tight aod air exhausted Coffin, tiie best now ia use for pre
serving th Corp.; together with good Hearse and Horses,
and everything necessary for burial.
AU order left at my Ware Room, No. 51 Cooper' Building.
Charry street, will be promptly attended to. both day aai
Iht. ... iel-tfj
MEDICINAL IMIALATIO.X, &c
A LOCAL A CXI LI AT IN THE TREATMENT OF DIB
EASES OF THE THROAT, LUNGS, Ac
TH01IAI H. GBEZ3H0UQH, M-D.
(Lata ef London and Pari Resident Phyilclaa of New
HAS arrived ia Nashville, where he will remain during
the summer, and place under treatment all those kj
may desire bis skill and aid in all form ef duea.ee of tae
respiratory and circulatory organs.
Dr. Ureenhough having been connected with Or. Prelr
and Williamson, of London, and being a neabor of medl.
ral societies m lump., can guarantee I aU invalid the
most reoent and successful Improvements in th treatment
ef each raw, which will always be regulated by and bAtcd
pon the vital principle of the
i-' PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF MAN.
N. B. Chronic Female eemplalBta, Implicating the re
plratory organs, will reeelve particular attention, and La
dies, when preferred, will be visited at their o en residence.
NO CHARGK FOR CONSCLTATION.
rf 03)c, Verandah Hotel, Nashville, Tenn.
tjr Patient in the country will receive attention by
tTfk Numerous testimonial and refer nee a te iklll, in
tegrity, Ae., free, many prominent citiaen and physician
of New Orleans, Memphis and otheretue, caa be eeea and
obtained at the Doctor'. Office.
Due notice of the Locture. en Animal Chealstry, the
Phystoiogy and Pathology ef the Nervooa Pyttem, aad the
Chemico-therapeutic aciiosi of nt.kiuea, Ae., will b duly
rT" FrENI'irrD ROOM WANTED, suitable lor a Phy
alctao. offirw, la a central locality. A lao, two roona, Bar
er and MraM, for a gentle maa and wii,
Addreo Dr. fort pace. Jjli tf '
A. . CIXIGKTO. t. V. ttStAWTiSS.
A. D. CREH.HTON it CO
rmoraicruds o tbs
Verandah Livery Stable,
YTfOrLD laCorsa the publie that they have u
V kra th Uvsry etable ea Cherry Mreee, uu-1
asediatvly in fierearet the Vraarfah Hotel, aad.
wli keep on haid Bugles sod Uuree,.uhict te tho ateof
the evBuaurity at larre. W ar aVtrmta4 te bar liarose
and Kuggi l the best e.nJtty, aad buaff eausAaw thataS
Will mm pleased, wo ask a share of pabhej eatr g.
llorsee boar dod eat the tJ lenaa. jaii dSes
f OIIX It. WEST kJ recently reeWvsJ, In aJdiUon
I u hi br)r tk f Fctiry FUMLaga,
lJn fort Leaiher aWli.g,
PatBt .wet Pgocbo. eenwtew la rn hassCe,
11 d.. MiMpIrk'xa,
T4 tW Xisf Travelers. ia el
" S. M. BARRETT,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
. COSDAGS AJSD PAPUR EEAIXi.
' Maoufaotuier of WASH BOARDS, under firm name ef
i. WATERS cV CO.
Manufacturer of PLOW HANDLES and OAK WORE, ma
tter firm name of
. COLE-HAN cV CO. -
MANUFACTURFR and Wholesale dealer in Wood and
Willow Ware, Luckeu, Tubs, Curd.'ige of every de
scription; Fishing Tackle. Blacking, Mutches, , Hrooiua.
Selves, Hemes, Horse Collars, Cedar Ware, Ice Chest, Cot
ton Rope, Brushes, Measures, firoorns, Tvuac. and Han
dles, Ac. Ac. . . '
Also, dealer In better quality I Wrapping, Rjoflrtg, Bat
ting and Ta papers, at manufacturer rates. Dealer .is.
TarPaper and Composition f0.r'tiionag. "i
tV Order respectfully solicited aud tatikfaction guar
an tied In all case v '
8ure corner of Walnut aud Front afreet; Paper Ware
house No. 27 Walnut street; Factory .7 Wfer aireeU
b. 11. DAKKtXT,
augl tf Cincinuatl, Chi.
EL G. McCOMAS
.D. 0. PMITi
McC0MAS, SMITH & CO.
roBWAsrnro and coxaiissiox ; '
No. 3 BroadweU's Building, Bycsmors Street,
GREAT WESTERN TRUNK STORE
No. 25 II road Ti ay,
, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
H1SE & WILLI AIMS,
fi ANCFACTCRER3 of all kind. ..f Trav.
lvX elingand Packing Trunks, Valises, I.
a:es' Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, Satchel,
Ae. All order from abroad promptly attend-4)
ed to. We are delersolned uur work shall not be inmaased
tMr Our friendln the South will fln.l oar terms as fkvne.
able a any other similar house East or West, and our nth.
rick unsurpassed for excellent workniansliiD. durabiilte
and chcapoes. W lolicit a trial. fcbll tf
DRS. DUNCAN & CAMERON, .
No. 13S West Sixth street, between Race and Cat Streets,
rpiHS OFFICE rNDElt TUB MANAGE-
JL raent of it present proprietors, ha been J
Increasing in reputation for superior npera-i
tion in the Artificial Department of Dentis
try for the last ten years, and no rxpeiuo or effort shall be
wanting to give satisfaction to all who may favor it with
The subscriber would Call attention to the following essen
tial points pertaining to Artificial Teeth, vis: Beauty and
naturalness oC appearance, quality and strength of ths mar '
serials, comfort to the wearer, and usefulness tn restoring
the natural appearance of the speech, and ability to masti
cate: in all of which they are warranted in laying they are
exceeded by none, and equaled by lew.
Inserted from one to t full set, with Artificial Gtrms. , ,
Fnll and Half Sets Invariably Inserted by suction.
All operation, in Dentistry performed la the most titer-' '
TERMS. Considering the wperior character of the wee
and the guarantee given, they are the most reasonable ia
, TWO TEETH OR MORI ON GOLD PLATE,
3 FEU TOOTH.
TWO TEETH OR MORE ON SILVER PLATTJ,
02 PElt TOOTH.
The money refunded If the Teeth do not prove .atlsfaetorf.
CvT" For the uVorsnatinnof those living at a distance, we
would state that our facilitie, ar pucu, that w caa mate ia
the finest style, a full set of TEkTH In from 24 to 4a hours,
and small piece lu proportion, so that no detention need
be apprehended. W. C. DL'NCAN. I ,
. J. O. CAMERO.-s. tuM
No.l5 West S.xth .treet between Rare and Elm,
'iecia ly . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LEONARD E. F0E3TTH, GEO. W. OUPHANT
i Wktlingt fit. o TMMMAvee.
L. E. i'OKSTTH & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MEECHANT5,
No. 47 Public Landing, Cincinnati, O.
HAVING e stahllshed a House In Cincinnati for th trans
action of a Forwarding and Commission Business ww
respectfully Solicit the patronage of the Merchant of Nash
ville and surrounding country. IVing the authorised agents
for Transportation lines, to and from the Eas lern Citie, wo
are enabled to offer to our frienc' and th publio generally
superior advantages In ths Transportation of their ME xl
CUANDIiC and PRODICE. Through receipt given at
speciBed time and rates. Special attention will be given
Hark package 'Tar. L. E. P. A Co.. Cinefnnatl.
Imui IJylo ly L. E. F0BSYIH A CO.
QfEEN CITY SCALE WORKS,
r ft . WM. HDDDAST,
I J No. 6 Columbi St.,
I Between M.n and Walnut,
, 1 , ,, f m now Manufacturing RAIL-
k Z 'l OAD, DKT.HAr, 8TOCK OR COAL.
FLOuR AND PLATfOKM SCALEa of
slllae. Also, DRL'OOIT AND BANK tiCALKS. bRAPa
AND IRON BKJLXS, COLNTER WALiS, li. whjck
I warrant cf superior workmanship and mater aX I
would call particular attention to my IRON LEVER HAT
AND rTOCK SCALES. All communications promptly at
l.dedto. ectll dly
S. RHODF.e, M T. HAriFV. W. R. CASON,
LuU o Torn. Liit -V.iMrt.', late ef CUiemUa.
BHODES, HAGO & CO.,
roawAXDiNa and commission mebchantj
No. 84 Sycamore st, lost side, below Sseond,
WILL give special attention to Forwarding GoorJs, Pro
duce, Ae.; also, to the purchase and sale of all kinda
of Produce, and article of Cincinnati and Pittsburg Manu
facture. JAMES COLLINS A CO., Pittshnrg, Fnr'tTg Agent.
rsyRefer to NASHVILLE M LRCUA-NM generally.
NOTICZ TO THE LADIES AND OCTILXMZN.
SMARK3 would most respectfully announo to th I -.
die and Oeutlmen of Nashville and vicinity, that be
has opened a Bleaching and Premie g establishment, where
he will Bleach and Press lists and bonnet In the latest and
met approved style, without injuring the Braid. He will
plodge himself to give general satiafacuoa to all who Bay fa
vor hira with Uwtr patronage. Mr. Marks, as a profession
al Milliner aoJ Drr. Maker, can always be to end ia the e
tabludiBieat, with a general aurtmeo! of Trimming., Rib
bon and aeady- aJ. Bonnet of tbo latest Fashion. She
will be most harpy to wait on all wbo may patroniae
see, and will try every exertion to picaae.
No. IT Spring street,
WhS tf Between College and Market
. N- B. Bleaching aad Prseaing tot th trade ea the aso.
reasonabi tern. -
S Tit AW CITTEHS IOII HVE SOL
LAlf ? A eaUtanual article. Jest rtesHvwl sod tor
ale b D. D. DICKEY,
feb e- S College etroot, Naskvirie.
WH ISKE V.-sno barrel Pike'. MagnoiU Whlakeyt
0 bba, Old Kwerve and Bye do;
1 to Rubtnaoa county doub distilled da;
Ia store aod fur saw by
"fi SFTM0CR. FANNINO A CO.
ON nd after th 1st Augusta will be able tefurnkus
lutiobageper day, for lhepurp o ef boklieg wheat.
Boor, oat aad com. Person requiru-g iisrs ij pkraee)
seed ta their erder at a early a day a possible.
Jjtl W. U. GORDON A CO. '
Tm reeefved a Urg aeeorteseiU of en Silk tTmoevIUa,
.... -, ' v . iklnHt
a au mos asei eetors. vmiv. ..v,,.
Jm'H he. H Cedar i
A. Cm at A. It. 1IEECII
HAVE svraov.d tbsir tek of Goods to Ne. ii ColVgo
Hnml, hre they wui glad to see their tVtrnd aod
ejti r. will be reeuvutg our Fail CUw as slew
Say. aoa-'l- tf
TWENTY THOfANDxUsRiaii!tgir,wrj seeorv
t, reoeived tiu day Sy
imfti WIS.') EL A THOMPSON.
ANTED l.ii-s to I'.il.mw la Invos la m waele
in, airawiy switwinw.
N. aV Aay pvrwo saving to above eu. to invest, ra
Appi. by icttor te Bi 4J4, Pwt K Oc, NasAvUJs
Mauog whea aad eaae ae tutw vw ia be baJ