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NASHVILLE, TEM., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3450.
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DAILY TRUE WHIG.
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B. R. McKEXXIE AND GEO. B. BROTVX,
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2. 2. McKENNIE ft CO.
OFFICF. ON DEADEIMCK. STKEET.
KATES OF ADVERTISING.
Newspaper proprietor generally, and especially of this
rity, under the gs and regulations heretofore prevar: ing
are called upon to perform more labor without remunera
tion, than any other clas of community. The gratuitous
publication of charity and religious advertisement, and com
taoications, tribuu-s of respect, obituaries, Ac.. Ac, which
can only be inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, Im
pose npon tliem a burden so onorou, that they feel called
apoo, in self-defence, to check the abuse, by making such
publications a charge, to some extent at least, upon the par
ties nor m mediately interested. Iwthiethcy are but fol
lowing the example of the press in other cities, impelled by
sense of its intrinsic propriety, and imperative duty to
Uiemselvew The subscribers have, therefore, united toe-ether
in a mutual agreement, upon the lo lowing specified terms
or the publication of these as well ai every sort of regular
For each square of 12 linesorlesi of brevier, or 10 lines or
lesacf nonpareil, for the 1st Insertion $1 00
For each additional insertion, per siuare 60
For one square, 1 month daily,. .S (hi earh additional f 2 .10
IS do changeable at pleasure,..
Each additional square.
For one equare per monlli, tri-weekly K 00 each add. (2 00
do changeable at pleasure.
Patent Medicines will 1ms mi).lilil at fiOO per column
d!y,nrf7. tri-weekly with ftforerh rt-newal.
U5mhts runninr to New Orleans will ha charred flO
ortheseaaon; and when running to ft. Louis, Cincinnati,
Ac. 15 for tlie season of not more than six months.
The privilege of Yearly AdreriVKem isstrtetly limited to
their ewn immediate tnd rea;'4l;ir b'tfirtpss; and the buciness
of an Adverti'ius; Firm Is not considered as Inclu-Jrng that
of it or Individual members.
-Advertisements published at intervals, rit: weekly, or
monthly, are charted 1 per square for the first, and 50 cts
ur everv subenuDt inwriion.
Calls on pemons to beoonie candirlatea, will be Inserted as
other advertisements, to be paid for invariably in advance.
Announcing candidates fr County and 8 Law ofiices 5,and
for municipal offices to be paid in advance in every in
Sturae. All a Ivertinements for stranger or transient persons to be
paid in advance.
AdvertisemeuU not marked on the copy for a specifled
time will be inserted till forbid, and payment exacted.
No a-lvertiement.-- ran be inserted iratuilous'.y.
AlladvertiBcinentsforcharitHble iruttitutions, fire compa
nies, ward, town, and other public meetings, Including reli
irinue notices, to be charged lialf price.
'e -Hhitch nd deaths are published as news. tT Obit
cat !. tribnt-s of reflect, and funeral invitaiinns as other
Kecuiar adverlmers and all others sendfns; commnnica
iomoT requirinr notices designed to call attention to F.iirs,
iir-e, i'onoerts, or any public entertainments, where
riiar-es are made for admittance, all wf.tioe of private asso
iia.i'.ii, very notice deiiiprued to call attention to p'ivate
eriU'riiri-encaW-ulHted or intended to promote individual in
terot, ran only tx- inserted with theanilemlanditur that the
wtm.- i to lie paid f'Mr. II inserted in ttie editorial column
(which can be otilf at the diKcretlon of the editor) the name
will lHMhar-ed at the rate of not lets than U0 cents per line.
Tlie uud.-rsinned, publishers of daily and tri weekly papers
In Niv;l!e, pk-dpe ourselves sri -tlv to ailhere to the above
bill of prices and in o instance to dcvlte from them.
1J. R. MrKKNMK A COTrue Whig Office.
J. 1.. MAKUN'i A CO., Union and American.
W. F. BANtJ A CO., Bnnner OiTtoe.
jiLgcaaiarETawr m j. maws ewaw
VMiEitSO'S's S. I., dealer In Lace and Fancy
Coo'ls, Ac, Ac, Union street. No. 82, between College
and Ciier y .treets, Naahville, Tenn. der31
BDIHIV, W'm T. A- CO., Wholesale and ReUlI
dealers in Books, Stationery, Ac, West ide Public
i,l!Tt A- AHltOTT., dealers in Gentlemen's
AppHrel and Fnroiabing Goods, Cedar street, near the
DO K.I. AS, II. A II. A ".. lmiK.rters and
Wliolesale dealers In TV.mrjhc Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
bonneta, t-boea, Urogans, Ac, Dorth side Public Square.
1"MKIN' A" 4 '0.s Importers and Wholesale dealers In
A loreitrti and Domestic, Fancy and Staple Goods, Itonneu,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ac, nortli side Public Square. Jel8
F4.I.L A CI NNINGII I Importers and W hole
sle and Retail dealers in Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College St. between Union and the Square.
HENDEKSeiOTT, G. Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in Drugs, Medicines, I'aluta.Oils, Dje-KtuHs,
etc., corner of Cedar at. and the fcqunre. Jei s
MAIit i:!.! II. C, Civil Engineer, Surveyor and
Draughtsman. Also, Hook Keeper and Genera Ao
OJiitant. Office on Spring St. one door west of Cherry st.
Oltf.AN A- CO., Wholesale dealers In Foreign and
lAjroefik Dry Goods, etc, North tide Public Square,
S'J !:AAIJT, i:OIIi:ilT, Wholesale and Retail
d- akr in Grcceries, Liquors, Dost Stores, etc., Wster St.,
rontiTiif upjier Steuniboat Lauding. 'li
riltTI".MAN V. S., Manufacturer and dealer
in liiuting, Wriling.Wrajii.lugl'aper.eastiide Public
rw j i" ji J. yt Wholesale and Retail dealer
J in Drnirs, Medi'lnes, Psinu, Oils. Dye-stufla, etc., sign of
the Lion and Mortar, Market st., 4 doors from the Square.
THK undersigned, late if Georgia, having removeil to the
City of XajOiviile, offers Ins services to the citiseni of
Georgia, K. Tennessee aud NorUi Alabama for the un-hase
of Dry Goods, Groceries, Oom, Wheat, Rye, Uucvn, Ird,
Fine liorara, Mules, Cattle, aud In short, every article c4
trade offered in the Nashville market.
The Merchants of Nashville are men of high character
and pecuniary standing, and have large and well selected
stocks that they offer on liberal terms, which should Induce
the merchant of Upper Georgia, East Tennessee aud North
Alabama to give the Naxhvilie market atair tria. As to
the Grocerj Market, the propriety will suggest iuelf to the
mind of every merchant in the sectious ul country named,
' as the most proper for their trade.
The long connection of the undersigned with the Railroads
of Georgia, as General Agent, lreaurer and Superintend
ent of Transportation, as well as Ageut at( hatt inocga sev
eral years forth Banking interest of 8annh, will enable
him more readily to luv sugate claims aaint Hailroad
Companies, for lost goods or lor damage while in transitu,
for the reaewal or Ciacount of do es or bills in bank, Ac.
All letters inclosing orders and money will receive prompt
attention, and all orders without the money, when satUfae
tory evidence of solvency and promptness accompanies the
same, or the partie known to be such, ahall ieceie like
attention, when ordering articles that come ender the rule
or custom of the market to sell on time. 1 will ! give
tMlct attention to receiviug and forwarding all goods that
are not lo be stored, that may be directed to my car. The
Charges for the purchase of goods, Ac, will be five er cent
oomwusions, and twenty ccuta lur each box or lockage fur
:. .jL...i,r. C. R UILLK.
Post Office building, No. 8,
REFERENCES R. R. CfTLta, Esq., Pre-'t Central Rail
road and Bank; MaJ. A. PoaTica, Pres't Bank F-ute of i eor
gia, Savannah: UasO 5owr, Fjiq., Pres't Macon and W est
Wn Railroad, Mafon; Hon. Jobii P. KiJ, Pres't, and Oso
Vuooa, Sup't Georgia Railroad, and S. T. Croiaa, t.fq , A
rn.ta; MJ. J. f. Cooraa, tJen. Snp't Western aud AlUnue
KailroaJ, Atlanta; Gen. A. J. IIaksUL, Attorney at Law,
Marietta; Gkorob . lac. Fq., Rot Ga.; Capt. Jaata.
WruJ.MS aud OoL J. A. Aiimouws Chatiat ooga, i. L,
M.atn and Jo. Paaaoaa, F.sqs., KnoxviiK Tenn.; H itXIAa
iUiLLXK, t:tM Decatur, aud Judge LaliK, UunUvilk, A'a-marva-tf
DAN. A. JOHNSTON.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND FILVERSM1TH,
' Vo. it cby rraaaT, (cooraa's tniwwo.)
HAS Just received a ki oi new anu tasn- r
L.l- IIU'l'tUT which h (!! .a FT?
cheap as can be bought in Nashville. IZ-J
I WUI awo Biauuiaciure ..U ,
ii tvn.KV AND SIEVEU WOltK
of errrr description to order, on the shortest notice. SIL
VER r-POOSN, FOUR, KMVrjs, Pl.ATt l AND FANClf
GOOUet ererallt kept eonstaail; en haud.tat for sale vrv
MANV Nr aa lle-antlful Article ad
ded U eay asual autplie.
trier Do aot urget any spl.mtul Next at WNtrr.
,.. r. . . W. KaNDARhMUrr.
IVnu nT C.lar Kteeet and Oi Ssiuare.
A I' C T I O .N i: E It
' : " - ' AND GENIRAL AGENT,
" He. 63 Cherry Street, KaahTiUe, Tern.,
WILL atteud to tlie Pate of Drv o.i, O rrtes. Real
Estate, and Persw al P y
Alao, will attend b ttou.( vf ouUrcting ef Rents ol
Eousea, and Jnreof Ni(i-a, Ac.
,T VIhe .ktrr of Claitrs, or Ne adjastrrent of the
snie, placed in bat bauds wiU U attended Ut wtUt prwntH
uesaaiid oeap-u h. J!iT
"TgHICI I.TI KAL I.ilfLE.MENTfc-r-r.
A. She lier. Straw Cutlers, Cid. r Mi lt. Grain Milis, Chartaa,
raanlnf Mills, Grindstane Jlollen, Grain Menhir. Urae
'powers, liowijl'umiw, Meat Cutters asd Grinders, fcuL
W.'c , . c.,o Land aad r by p
- jjjjgj , Col'f elracl, Kaaiivlila.
New York City Bnsiness Directory.
From f. M. PETTINGILL A CO'8 ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, New Yom,
A nd No. 10 gtate street, Bopto.
P. A Co., are Agents for the most Influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United States and
17 CTTEET A" COH Tmportert of French and
. other European Goods, No. 48 Broad street,
PATENT ELASTIC EEJETS.
BXTT.S A- FltANCK, No. 1 ISaM-lay St.,
N. w Caution. None are genuine except they have
the stamp of the Patent. All manufacturers and sellers in
fringing, will be prosecuted according to law.
RICH SPRING GOODS.
V. A. Ac J G. JIcClELL AND
"l 70CLD call the attenUon cf their friends, asd buyers la
general, to the
, Eargc.t and ?Iot Elcjrant stock of
Ever offered by them. This stock has been selected with
unusual care, and at prices ahich will enable them to offer
very great inducements to buyers, particularly to C Aba
buyers. MLTKOPOMTA STORE,
Kos. 61 and S3 College Street.
ELEGAXT DRESS GOODS.
Elegant Plaid and Striped Pol De 8oi; -.
u u u G aoe, very cheap;
Buner Biacl Gro Pe Rhines, very cheap;
" Mourning Piiki;
Elegant Flooncd Bareges; .
KicU Printed "
Super Plin BHrefres, in colors and black, very cheap;
" ' Chalnes, " " 44 44
Elerant French Organdies;
. " ' Printed Jaconets, neat styles;
A large lot of Printed Muslins, very low priced;
Ginghams, Printed Linens, Chin's, Prints, Ao. Ac
Rich Satin Brogatelle;
" " Laine;
" Wool Damasks;
" Union 44
I JK'e Curtains; .
" Muslin Curtains, with "11 the Trimming
complete for putting up Curt ilns , made to n atch.
Our stock of Staple Goo !s is very laree and complete
Irish l.lii'-ns, Damask do.. Toweling do.. Tickings, Linen and
Cotton Sheetings Plaid Domestics, Cottonades, l.iuens.
Drills, Tweeds, A acas. Bombasines, Drab De Kle, Cloths,
Ca-miners, Vestitii's, if.. Ac, all verv cheap, at
Mo'LELLAND'S METROPOLITAN STORK, '
apr4 Ns. M nd 63 College 8:reet-
I.ARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
AT PEICES TO SUIT TEE PRESENT CRISIS!
J A ME S N I CH 0 L,
no. 20 piniLic s(ii;.ue,
IS now prepared to exhil i his Fall Importation of RICH
FOKC1GN AMI AMKKICAN DRY GOODS comprising
one of the most desirable assortments ever offered selected
from the very latest importation!, and purchased under the
OHElTkCT Dtl-HK MS. or THICKS IN TH KlSTkKif ClTlkS. -
Under ti e. ciicuiua inces I l el niauhed that 1 can offer
uoh iniiii'.ieracnu an will cuablc all to purcliate.
n A VE a large and well selected as)rtment of Silks, at
all price!1, and well suited fur (lie Fall Trade, Ac, via:
3ufer i:rocle Striped Silks;
44 I'lai I Giaue do;
44 (iro de Ai'l'que do;
Plaid r-trlp'd Silks,)gr't
Rich Poult de Soie Silks;
44 U'lk Water'd eilks, new
4 Grode Rhine Silks, all
Cl.aUei cilks, all odors.
Wedding and Kvening dresses, (beautiful varieties,) cheap
Silk of ail kiuds, rtc.eic
W0CLLES DUE S G00LS.
PLAID AND STRIPkD CASHMERES;
Tartan Plaids, (all colors and widths;
Real French Mennoes, fromJMHs. and upwards;
Mou'lip de I-Hiiif s, 8 4 and 6-4 widths;
' White Ca.-hmere do Ecosse;
Valencia Robes, (rich;) . -Alpaccts,
And a great variety of other stjles, new and cheap.
CLOAKS, TALMAS, HA WLS, Ac.
BEAUTIFUL variety of Cloth and Velvet Cloaks, Tal
ma", Crajie Shawls, Tukeuie aud Thibbet Shawls; Cash
re Scarts, Ac. nor 4
CLOTHS. CASSIMEEES, FLAKNELS & BLANKETS
.FRENCH and Fnglish Clolhs and Caselmeres, In great va
rietv, (Cloaking Cloths Wankcia of all kinds. Satinets,
Jeans, Taeeds, (aM Wool) Plaid l.inseys. Real Welch i'Uu
aels, and all oth- r description;, etc., etc.
f EDALI N Maltese Collars and Sleeves;
iA Trimmed Kmbroidered Collarrtts;
44 La- do;
. Embroidered Collars, Sleeves and Uabits;
Mourning Collars and SI eves;
Freucu Embroidered Handkerchiefs;
44 44 Momnii'g do,
Apllque Sprigs, Cambric Flouncing and Bands, Ac
Embroidered Chemicetta and Sleeves;
Valeocienne and Maltese Laces and Edglnes;
Jaconet and Swiss do do, Ac
Ulnars, eosteet akd cloves.
I)ABLKDan.ask, -4, IM, 10-4, 11-4 and 13 4 Pillow-Case
Linens, Hai uslcv Shteting, liird Eye Diaper, 1 1 ucahack,
Crash, Nfipkius and Irish Linens, Krrnch Liuen Cainhricks,
En:lish, Silk and Cotton Hosiery, Winter Hosiery, all kinds,
Indies' and GenUemeu's Kid Glovrs, Leaver and Giuntlel
GlyT-5, Ac. Bor4
. CCTTOir GOOBST
SHEETINGS of all wiaths; El. -ached and Brown Domes
tics; Knclish and American I'rlnts; liojle's Prints, and a
great variety of ether Goods.
Call and examine my stock of Goods.
To CAM! fcl'k'ERS and PLNCTLAL CUSTOMERS great
Induoetiionu will be oOered. JAS. MCHuL.
JOH.t B. WEST has now in store, and hourly expected,
nearly all kinds of Machinery Findings, usually eoquired
for here, vis:
Machine Cards, Sheets and Fiilotting and Tacks;
Lace Leather, Emery;
Sheep and Calf Top Roller 4o;
-4 Top Roller Cbrthj
Harness Twine aud Harness Eyes; ;
Steel and Reed hlaies, all numlwra;
S I, u 111 os, with and without rollers;
Ring Travellum, all nuuibers;
t'o and oi) inch Couib Plate and Card Cleaners.
I1AIIN1SS AND C Alt 1S. '
RECnVKD this lr, 43 setts Eastern mads Heddle Fys.1
Harneu go Shafting. Also, 4 d a. pair Cotton Hand
Cards. (marl If JNO. B. WrT.
CATLIN'S KOETH AKERICAH UfDIAlTS.
H1ST0R OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMIR.
ICA, WiU. Biographical Sketches and anecdotes of the
I'rincijml f'Ar, embellished with tie Muntlnxt and
TVmify JrtnuU, 'rum the Initio Oulimy in the War
ltepovtncnt at Wh r.gtoc. In thrre volumes, 18x18 Inches.
O-iginai cst 1 1 SO. I will sell this work unusuallv low for
cah. prli' JOHN B. WEST.
to weaVees akd splnners!
JOHN B. WEST has nc nt'y rreeived the followinj ar
cles In the splnningsnd wea' Irg line, vis:
Revolving Ttnt les, Machine Caids, Stripping Cards, Car
Plyers, Card Cleaners, Comb Plate, aborted, Etrerv, Pic
era, twe kinds, Steel ano Can r-laiea, Shuttles, a d, Lare
Leaf lr. Roller Cloth, Calf and Sheep Roller Leather, Har
ness 1 wine and Ej es. Ring Srarellcra, from to 4a. Ilw.p
i up ebic a ViTkVTo'jit
JNO. II. IV EST,
I T A bow In store a large supply of FIAWO
II FORTES, of very superior fue, atl
and Btils of 8, .V, , aud t ucuves, tuatr
lliurr, Dsvu A Co., Boston,
T. Onjaar A Co.. Boton,
NrvKs A Clitc, New York,
rhlch, for Aurat'Dtty, pei fi ction and voluire ef tnne, are
tot rqua.ed by ar.y utht-r tnakes ktioan la this market, and
shtrh he will Otv uf at manufacturer's prices, with the
itdiuoa of caxn.ga. Tboaa wiohir g I puruhaae would de
ell an apply soon, as e bt sjuue crowded, and anxious te
ael , to Buaka ruoui fur others very soun expected.
LAM V All E hoiee quart Flasks;
1 1 KJ do S V'n : in store and
tirsalofsy Jvli W. H. GORDON A CO.
Wl are Bow reeelvinr one stoee nf
erixo Asa onukut coons.
air men ami t"ys, eon prising all ti.e newest
i. vies of COATS, PAN lTj and VkSTS. of dUfsr.
cnl qnauuna, wna a large SMtorUu.nl H
CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES ASD VESTDTGS,
which we will n-.ske ap to order ta the awl fosn'on able
styles. As, a large aaaotment of Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods and uu ti civthing ef the beat uaJlty. Hi. and Uoig
baa I'wibrvilaa, in black and fancy f-l
.r4 tf CI.IKTOM A ABBOTT.
ANTi:D I Ih to imretiaae lIFTr LAND WAR-
a.aa is, nsr obks l wui way u Mimas awisi pr toe.
JL A. UALli'Wr
aurts CenL A.kbt Ka. IT Dwadsrka It
GEO, W. COWAN,
ATTORN UV AT LAW,
General A pent for the Fiircliue, Sale
and ltent of Ittul I alair, and the
Collection of Claim,
Ko. 43 Cherry Street,
PROMPT attention will be given to all tresinm entrusted
to him, and special attenUon to the collection of Eastern
rlalms throughout Middle Tennessee.
- RfcfTRKSCC. A . C. A A. Ii. Beech, Fvans, Por'er A Co.
L. B. Fite A Co., Thos. T. Smiley, Er-Gov. Neill S Brown
Josiah Ferries, Nashville, Tenn.; Gen. J. A. Battle, David
son o., Tenn.; Ex-Gov. W. R. Campbell, Lebanon. Tenn.;
Hon. John P. Caruther., Memphis, Tenn.; . 1.
New York City.
Vi;i.l.i;it A: COOI'EIt,
8HEET-IE0N AND TJJT-PLATE V0KKEES,
Na. 35 Market Mreel,
(At the well known stand of Ben. E. Weller.)
EEP eonstantly on hand a One assortment of TINWARE,
that will be Bade with particular reference to the re
tail trade; together with every variety of work usually found
in oar business.
Bathing Tabs, - Coffee Mills,
Counter Scales, . ; Chaffing Dishes, : t
' Tea Kettles. Coffee Urns,
Cotton Cans a superior article.
Ice Cream Preeicrg Japanned Tin Ware,
Stew Pans, Ac.
ty Particular attention will be paid to Job Work, which
we will do in none but good, workman-like macnei. We
trust our friends will tender us at least a portion of their
patronage. a pel 2 6m
. WM. W. KNOX,
BELL H A II G E R, '
No. 81, Ilroadway, Naaliville, Tcun.
N. P. To Ws own he lias added the entire stork and
oli of the late R. Ruckle. j Jel tf
Bancroft, Beits & Marshall, :
' CHARLESTON, S. C.
CTECULAE EOE FAIL 07 1853.
W- E desire to call the attention of our friends and the
buyers of Dry Goods thn ugliout the West and South
west, to our attractions lor the fall sales of the present
Our hus'ness s now so well organized and arrange'!, that
we are better able than ever before, to supply tne trade
with a large and attractive sun k.
Our Uivn Importations w'll supply onr For
eign Department with all the new and desirable fabries
from the European markets selected by one of the house,
resident In Europe and will be particularly adapted to our
Our Domestic and Ptnr.lr Goods Departments will be sup
plied with all the leadiiig styles of Goods.
it is, we believe, an a knowledeed fact that our Stock has
always been one of the largest and most attractive in this
country, and we also believe that the best buyers have be
come convinced that our c. stem of SiiUT PilOElTd AND
PROMPT PAY ie the most sati.factory.
vve invite the attention of all close buyers to our Large
and Attractive MOt k, but with the distinct un
derstanding that re sell goods only for cash, or good note
payable in all cases at Biink.
e shall pom this date forward, adopt a new plan in con
nection wih our Domestic Goods Department. We shall
keep a full and euinoleie assortment of blenched. Drown
and Co'Ored Cotton Goods, which will be sold only for nett
Cash. Our object to this i to supply th-e Goods u Unc
u they are sold by c:ih houres iu the Northern cities. In
order to test this feature of nnr business, we on'y ask a
Comparison of cash prices with time prices, and then we
will leave the decision to the purchaser.
From the three years' experience since the establishment
of our business, we are enabled the more coodently to in
vite attention lo our su ck and plans lor business, believing
that we offer iuduceuicatg tcvond U no Jfttuxe in Vti cvun
ry. 2t- aud 211 KING SThErT,
JA"inl, lSf5. Jj J tr3m tABiJtTO, 8. C. "
ruoMAg aoooa aauoawaLAU
HODGE & WALKER,
Xtarbcra, Hair DrcakcrH, A c., A c.
No. 13 Cedar Street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to thetr
eustomerand the public in general. Inducements never
before offered in this city. Having newly fitted op our house,
we feel confident that all who give us a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to La-tiering, Hair dressing, Ac, we
have large, commodious sri lestly furnished Rath-Rooms.
These are the finest In the clt, and as to convenience and
comfort, cannot be surpassed in the country. While pass
ng, gentlemen and patrons, just step in and see with what
magic we "make the hair fly ," and what a salutary effect our
pure water has upon a wearied and rotte body.
aug3 ' - '
Corner of Cedar Street and the Square,
HAS received the most of his Spring stock,
f nd has the plraxure of effering a most iplendid Vjjf
lot of Drugs and Medicines, and wou d otter to S
the Public the purest ankle of every kind. It isoniy
necessary to say that all medicines, and every article sold
by me, are of Uie best quality.
sitSS G. W. HENDIRSH0TT.
?u:sn Li.ni: ji ici: Poid ty
O. W. HENDERSHOTT.
CON(.UI VAI I It, Lexington Mustard, war
ranted genuine, pure Brandies an I Wines for medical
purposes. Bold by U. W. HENDICRtfUOTT.
SIMPSON A WOtGI S Aromatic Sell le
dum ckuapp, said to be a very good medicine,
lor sale by tr. W. UEiNIJERSHOTT.
aprtS G. W. IlENDESSnOTT.
S TON i: V A It E For sale by
aprlia W. HEXDERSlfOTT.
SVKENUESof almost every kind.
aprtS G. W. HEXDERSH0TT.
1)1 HE DUtillcil
O. W. HENDERS1I0TT.
A SSOII TM FNT cf Ferfmuery and Ex
srioas kinds; also the best quality of Colornt.
lapr2S U. W. I1E.NDER0IIOIT.
V V aprtS
C L A SS Varioua sixes for sale low by
fl. W. HENDEKSHOTT.
IT" ROM and after the 1st August next, the undersigned
L will reduce their charge ft Forwarding.
On all packagrs of Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hata,
Clothing, Hardware, Confectionery, Bocks, Ac, of
otdinary site. each. 12Ve
Casks and bariels of Wines and Liquors, " S4 .
All small pa-kans of Groceries, 14 '
Coffee and Nails, per sack and keg, 10
All heavy and costly articles charged In proportion.'
Fotwarding Grain coastwise, per sackM S
Floor in biurels, 10
Messrs. W. n. GORDON A CO., of Nashville, aro cor
Agents tn that place, to whom payments must be made.
t?' Merchants wot residents of Nashville, but who re
ceive their goods there, mnt pay Messrs. Gordon A Co. iu
ail v pee or remit to as, or we ibali charge Ave per went for
19 We measure all our freighta, detcctlnf any ever
charge in aaeasunnent ef goods by vessels.
3FWe sell on eommiseiua all kinds of Prod or. , ,
Py We are the Agents for the Tredeirsr Iron Works.
Richmond, Ya, fbr all sixes of Bar Imn, Fallroad Iron of .
every description, Railroad Chlr, and Ppikea, Bridge Iron,
Ac, ac, and the best Virginia P g MetaL
WTATT A CO., Charleston, ' 4
TUUNG, WVATT A CO.,raenrah,
Cotton Factors, Cuninitaiun and Forsarding Merchants.
i '.!! .'NOTICE. ...- I i i
I TONS A CO. respectfully tntorra ther patrons, and the
J pni-tic la general, that Ifery have lust received a very
large and well assorted stock of Doe aad choiec tscporud
ClKMrv, Tobacco aud C.Jquora.
- APKtlf tbe rwrkms: Txbwrwo will be foend tha erebrtesi
Focahotitns and Csr.a ter brands. We have also afresh
supply of our well knoa a t . -. . .-, : ,
Cholera aad Diarrhea Medicated Brandj,
. Aromatic ftchWaia Schnapps, '
which, wffh the large stock of other rffcds aiwity en hand,
will give to ourrttatnmers better Inducements to maxe their
porrhsses of as, our aaolio beir, t ma.'l Tn fl'ji ar , Quick
tales." LYo.g t CO
JjlS II Cedar strevt.
?0O REsVAltll. " "
RAfAWAY frrrra ffssivllle the Ti're w-wran WNYRY;
.f a d-rfc onpp wotor; very 8e-r, In h.Uit; bavin
quit) a sMToaineBt rye; waiaa aw kwanlln suae A trt tvti
incite ta hwigkt. rbe has been vmpinyaw n N,l,ri.ic as a
swaaastreas wveral years, aad my bw lurkie- a'ui town
ttrvparatory to making her waeaf lo a free ft sic, aavnu re
cent been detected iu aa attempt to gel cff. If taken out
of the Mate, 1 wlllgtve tw hondred aVPan fnr ber fre.
heosloa, and eoe t cmdroi duUars if taksa ta tb EUteand
lodged tn the Nashville JaiL
J.wira-f Tlir-g. M. PITWAY.
I II EMI AltltlVAL. .
rnWENTY F1VK pruse nca ChrM:
X - Oaoaask eaUatugs Curd Feef
Oue caak extra rugar Crnd lUsui . , . I
OuekH.xua beef IjOjie; " ' '
WiT4 tiJm day by Vt liitL 4 TUOMrEOS.
From VIJ5CHER k SCHELL'S Gent Advertising Hoiue,
AmjCTiB BoiUJUto, 646 and 84S Broadway.
Late No. 80 Nassau-Street.
Hamilton Collegiate Institute,
An Enslihls, Claathlcal and military
WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK.
THIS INSTITUTION is delightfully situated, twenty-six
miles North or the City of New York, and is accessible
eicht times a day by Railroad. The Academical year is di- -vlded
Into two Sessions or Terms cf fire months each, be
ginning the first Monday in May aud November. Vaet
titm in April and October.
Ihe 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 system, as well as establishing
the habit of erectneaa ot posture aud gracefuluets of cai
riage. Tbjci. 125 for Bammer Term and $130 for Winter
Term, including Board, tuition in the English, Classical,
Mathematical and Commercial branches, llilitt.ry Tactics,
with use of arms and equipments, led, bedding, washing,
light, fuel, Ac, payable each session to advance.
Ertrat, and Chargtalh per Tenn.
For French. Spanish, Italian, Ac , each.... ........ .$10 Of)
Instruction on Piano and ore of Instrument.... Vfl 00
, lt In Drawing and Painting 14 00
Circulars and Prospectuses mjy be had I v addressing the
Principal. WILLIAM P. HALL, at the Institution.
RitFUiicicrs m Nrw York Citt Hon. Gullan C. Yer-
Planck, Lyman Cobb, Esq., Rev. John M. Erebs, D. D., Rev.
orville Oewey. U.D B. r. Joslin, al. Aifrtd Freeman,
M. D., and 8 W. Beaton, Esq. .. . ieU-lm
Bags and Bagging.
NOYES & WHITTLESEY,
No. SO WATF.lt STREET,
NEAR OLD FLIP, NEW YORK,
HATE constantly on hand, and MANUFACTURE to
Bags) for Flour, Grain, Salt, Buck
wheat, Hams, , &-c.
Would also call the attention of Country Merchants, to
their assortment of
SEAMLESS AND FAEKEES" BAGS,
Designed and prfnted to order, expressly for their nse.
Our facilities are such that we can supply from
10,000 to 20,000 Bags per day.
, Also, Importers and dealers in.
CCNNY BAGS AND BAGtilNC-,
And various kinds of Thread1 and Twine, both Linen and
Cotton, of hich we are receiving cot tiuual supplies,
TO E0USEEEEPEES AND EEALEES.
The Hope TlilU,
Tl Fulton otreet and 71 Beekraan Street, New Ycrk,
Principal Office, 103 Front Street, New York,
Factory, Nos. 86, 87 ani 82 Hudson Street, Jersry City.
rpnE PROPRIETORS OF THIS LONG AND WELL
Coffee and Spice EatablUIinient,
Continue to prepare the het l'ltnriiiiiciicliral
Powilersln u-e, for RAIDING BREAD, BISCLIT, TEA
AND OTHER CARES, Ac They also prepare Mustard,
Cocna, and many other articles of daily use tn every family,
which they offer utwn the most ressonable terms. Cata
logues sent to dealers who request them.
R. II. 3 a. ISHAf.
N. B. Consumers advised to inouire for Horn Mnxs ar-
SCHTEFFELW, BS0THEES & CO.,
ixporrtas asd ikalirs is
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, Ac, Ac
170 William Street, New York,
INVITE the attention of the trade to their large and va
ried stock of Drugs, 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, Brontes, Corks, Mortars, Sponges, French and
English Perfumery.Lbln's Extracts, and many other articles
usua'ly embraced in Druggists' stocks, which they are also
enabled to offer on the most advantageous terms.
Orders, either In person or by maii, will receive prompt
attention. Je23 ly
NEW Y0EK BAG MANUFACTORY.
TJAM. Flour, Feed, Grain, Meal, Hominy, Shot,
J. A wheat. Salt, Guano, and all other kinds of bags made
and printed to order by machinery with despatch. Address
aaabeve, 17 PlatlM., New York.
ONE nrNDRED Thousand lbs. Bacon:
100 bbls. Lai d, 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. CHCKCU ANIIKRJON.
ITIcGIIEDV V C Alt. 11 It'll. 4. EL,
ATTD LANDSCAPE GABDEKEE3,
Three rsfrora the city, on tbe Uillsboro' Turnpike,
HAYt for sale Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Ever- (rffiOk
greeoa and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, RM3l5C
(ireetihouse plants, Osage Oranges for hedges, e. j
Gardens laid out or re odelled. Bouquets to order
at all seasons. o dertT Ixm
ECONOMY AND CO.niOUT.
DB, C. VT. CBOZTEE'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, 1854, and which received the
Premium at the Kaihville Fair in October
loat Warranted to contain nothing is
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Siller.
TITE nnder-lgned, having repeatedly been solicited to
make consignments nf the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
tare, has concluded to sell no more county rights in this
Plate, but will In future have the Improved Cuirphor Waeh
Mixture pat ap and distributed throughout this Mate (ex
cept in the counties where the rights hsve been disposed of )
and In the State of Alabama. And that ha may be enabled
more effectually to make Oils arrangement, he proposes to
divide the patent lor Tennessee and Alabama into 1,00)
shares, one-fourth to be retained, and the remainder 760
shares will be offered for sale. A peison remitting ten
dollars will bare one share in th Patent, to run fourteen
years from July 11, ISM, and wilt be at the same umo In
vesting also fire dollars to be naeJ In tlie purchase of tliw
Ingredient, advertising and the necessary expenditure of
the means to prepare aud distribute the Mixture for sale.
Consignments will be made to shareholders, (who msy re
quest it,) and to no ether person, to tbe amount of their
remittance. And they wiU be allowed a eommlseion of 83
per cent on their Bales, and alao their proportion of the
profit at large.
Annual exhibit of sales will be made, as J dividends of the
proSts remitted to each, shareholder. No debts will be con
tracted, nor will the Cuoipecy be respomibtt for any, as the
buinee will be conducted upon the cash system.
Any of those who have purchased patents for counties la
this bute, can have the privilege of excl-anging their righ's
for share at u.e prices tbey hart paid. Tiua cacLange wul
be male at the eot of the Patentee.
It U desirable to have at least one ot more active sharo-
holders in each count In the 8'atea named. guboriplMns
fursharea will be closed by tlie 1st September next. And
consignments of tbe Mixture will be made very soon there
after. Cert:fi -ales lsxed to Uri.ol tiers, who wOJ request
the Agency, if Uiey delr it.
The undersigned will act Agent until the shareholders
elect three directors to serve one year, who wi'l have tho
management nntil their successors shall He elected.
Newspapers in Mobile, Montgomery, TuaeahKM, Hunts
Title, Talladega and Tuscnmbia, tbat wi I pubd-h Uiis twice
and other advertisements to Uie amouut f ten doUara, aad
sead ODw COPT, Will gwtte wee share, Addrera, ,
C W. Cil.JZr R, Patenlee",
Jeli v Kaexriile, Tenn.
""?:; a. hotjk.v : ;
HAS A large and Commixliocs Warehouse lw
mediately on thabank ol U. RJvcr.
. w).i ariwtf - - .
- A lure
Til. Dentists wUI please take bo- ,
lure that the BiMlBisne-l u our only I
I Barak ia easy 1 Naiavilk, and thaawi.
' wishing owrjsauais snake of t tU,wj arfeawa
j-SBMfce snwir sirehaacs diroe of feins. lie has f,M rrretvwd
aowiM supply ol tawth, whata. wtUiUs eraerrl saakfM
ksi'gw asMl ompkna. lie haa elan on l.ua a lew fine Dext
Uieawas d loauwarota, ad souipiel. Also, filra, rwrweu.
Piojtgera, Cxwaratora, tiarra, Druia, bxuta Yioea, tjurraa
draax Aiiaa, Wbwviss Ae. ar aa a? by
-i i A. eiULTTli,lforT-y fUrstek A Or)
Wholesale and Retail Drttrrata,
ah4 OwvevCoUegvaad Lsosi strreta.Na.-viila.
rAID TOO bbls ard wanted lsunalUtely, for which Ik
J fcijiew wiarkvt price ta Cash wiu be paid.
awi-dtf J. hori.t A CO.
W Posifa Froet h iaJirt9 Te.asj
T ' H. SEMM0NS, English Optician, late ol the firm of
it m H. Bern tnons A ton. Manufacturer aad Inventor of the
newly Invented snd improved Spectacles, from the Improved
Spectacle Manufactory and Cornwall Optician establishment,
Eat Bridge Truro, resscctfully announces his arrival on a
professional vhiit, with a splendid assortment of but newly
invented and improved Spectacles, and may be consulted
at his office, on the Square, room over
Berry ' Bcok Store, TfasuviUe, Teen.
These celebrated Spectacles are m'te ef Brazilian Sand,
and known under the name of Brazilian Pebbles, and con
structed In accordance with the philosophy of nature, in
the peculiar form of a concavo-convex mirror, admirably
adapted to the orpan of si lit, and can be ued by the old
and the young to pursue the most minute employment, ei
thrir by day or catdie liaht, with perfect ease, an l never
cause that pi Iriiness of the head or unpleasant sensation to
the e.ves that many experience Worn usiug the eomn'on kind,
hut tend to strengthen and improve tlie sight, as will be seen
by the following testimonials from those nsing them.
Office houis from S A. M. to 5 F. M.
Fsptn J. H. McMahon, Esq., Editor Memphis Bulletin. ;
Mkmphis, March Stth, 1S5.
M. J. H. PrxirONH Sir : The use I have made of the pair
of Glasses obtained from yon, satisfies me of the utility and
value of the form and material by which tbey are distin
guished. Without magnifying the object beyond the Use
apnarent to the atnral vision, tbey render it distinct and
clear without f jtijrue to the eye.
ho far as my Jimited experience extends, 1 am very much
pleaded witli them.
Very respectfully your ob't gcrv'L
. ' J. H. WcMAHOX.
From lion. fleo. D. Prentice, Editor Louisvi'.!e Journal.
Undoubtedly they are the best Spectacles t.. the
world. The continuous nse of them for anv number of hours
does not fetizue the eyes In the least, and the vision cf age
is rendered by them in ail respects like that of youth.
MmrHrs, March 14-h, 1So5.
IMa. J. II. Dear Sir: 1 have carefully examined
your Bratillan Pebble B;wtcj, and mot cheerfully add
my testimony to their superiority over any other Senses I
, hive yet seen.
J Besides the I hilosopry of this form, shape, Ac, the re
markable transparency and hardness of the material i-en
der them pecujarly adapted to the purposes of assisting
impaired vision, w hich, unlike otter Spectacles, do so with
out fatiguing the eye by their ue.
I ran, my dear sir, cordially recommend our Brazilian
Pebbles to my friends as especially worthy of their conn.
dence, and feel aure i that a trial will in every case give
satisiaction. t am, my near str, tmty yonrs, c.
I A. K. TAlMlR, M. D ,
I Prof. Anat. Memphis Med. College.
I have examined an l tprd myself Mr. J. IT. feromons'
. Brazilian Pebbl Spectacle, and fully concur in the opinion
I expressed alove by 1'rof. A. K. Taylor, as to their lupertor
jity, both in form i.nd material, over Ii.' ordinary glasses,
lard recommend them to all persons requiring ihe use of
I Spectacles. L. SHANKS, M. D.,
Prof. 0b3t. Memphis Med, College.
I From the lion. David Pale Owen, C. S. fleologist.
Nxw IfiaMOST, March 2, 1T4.
Mr. J. H. Sewwons: Sir: Having examined your fpevta
cles constructed of eoncavo convex Brasilia". Pebbles, take
pleasure in testifying to their advaotapes over tbe ordinary
glass spectacles. Their s'Jerior hardness prevents them
eing def cted by scratches ; the peculiar mnnner in which
:hey are ground and polished, together with their transpar
ency, obviate Uie strain usuiuiy experienced in wearing
.'lasses, and their coolne especially, recommends thiio to
hose having weak, iiriu le ev s.
D. D. OWEN.
Nbviuc, July 26, 1353.
Ma. J. H. Skumohs Sir : I have been using for tie week
he pair of Brss.lian Spectacles hat I purchased from you,
tnd I do not hesitate to say that they are by far the best
hat I have ever used. Iam enabled to read the finest irint
it night by a dim light, without straining inv eyes, whereas
-he spectacles that 1 have used heretofore, hurt them, and
I could not read with any satisfaction. 1 consider your
pectacles a great Improvement upon any that I have ever
seen. Yours, respectfully, O. M. EUtiU.
From Egbert A. Raw rth, E?q., City Recoriler.
Nash VH.I.E, July 27, 15.
Six. J. H. FxxmOHS Sir: After ten diys' constant nee of
the opecttcles obtained frotn you, I feel guarantied In testi
fying to their tffi'jency in resioring or relieving impaired
vision. Previous to obtsining the-n my manuscript duties
were performed with much labor to the eye, and often with
pain; but since 1 have used your Brasilian Pebbles I have
xperienced tu ti.irtu of f.e Unil, but feel prrfedju rjnci-
nteti. Whether the telief proceed from the peculiar form of ',
the glasses or the material, or both combined, I cannot say.
I prefer them to any glasses I have ever used, aud take
pleasure in recomuieuding them to the public.
Respectfully, EOUERr A, RAV0RTH.
From the Rev. Dr. J. T. Edgar.
Nashviix, Ang. 4, 1833.
Mb. Sem moss Dear Sir : Having used, for sooie time past,
a pair of your newly Invented "Brasilian Peb le fpeetacles,"
I feel no hesitation In te-tifytng to their superiority over
any glasses heretofore known to me. In addition to their
unequalled purity of rurface. they Impart, from their pecu
liar met hajiini, a visual ease and comfort, preserving alike
all sense f pain or uneasiness to the eye, however long at
any one time they may be used.
Very respectfully your friend, J. T. EDGAR.
From non. Cave Johnson, President Bank of Tennessee.
N ami nut, Aug. 13. le.5.
DkabPib: I have for several weeks used a pair of y onr
Braxiliao Pebble Spectacle" and have no hesitation in Slating
that I consider them much su;eiior to any other ever used
by me, and have taken pleasure in recommending the use
of them to my friet.ds in preference to any others.
RespecUully, your obedient servant,
Usiox aso America Orr ca,
Naihvll'e, Aug. 18,lS,"tt. f
I have been airing glasses for some lour or five years, and
during that time 1 have tried a number of different descrip
tion and manufacture, some of which I thought very good;
but a few days since I obtained a pair of Mr. riemmons' Bra
xilian Pebble spectacles, have given there a pretty fair tri .1
and have no hesitation in saying that they are lar superior
to any thing that 1 have ever tried in Uist line.
tt. C. TOR RETT.
Front I!nb Erwin, Esq.
NAsaviiJt, Ang. 14, 185.
Ma. Jas. H. Fimmpss Dear fir: Ihe Biatilian Pcboie
Classes that 1 purchased of you about two weeks since, have
, proved fully eua to all yoa said respect inr their gocd
qualities. They ate much superior to auy 1 have ever swd,
. And I would earnestly advise a! who ate compelled tu use
! Spectacle to cad at Juur cilice atd procure a pair without
I would Dot be without them for mora than fire timet shut
they cost. Raspeolfully, Jvurs,
1 NASBvnxx, Ang. e,l"A.
j Mb. PrxMOMi: After having uwd a pair of your "lira-
ailiau Pebble rectacles," 1 have no hesiUniy in stating.
and take pleasure in so doing, that they are superior to any
1 have ever used. Kespeetfuliv, Ac , -
I agree with W. IT. Ilagans, Esq., In the above eertMcafe
and take ph-asuie in recommending alt persons who are In
want of superior spectacle to purchase of Mr. rrnnuu, aa
1 consider u.eiu superior lu ai.y I have ever used.
B. D. HARRIS.
From A. W. Hunt, M. D.
Yaaaug, Ang. t, l&uu.
44 The longer I one your lae the more ftnly am I con
vinced of their superiority over ail other i have ever
From RT. John W. Ogden.
Warra Hall, Aug. 8, 165.
Mr. J. H. Fxuwuir: Dear Sir: 1 bar naed a pair of yoor
Improved bpectacie. for about twe weeks, and find them
sujitrlor t any I have ever tried, and 1 have recvminendad
several of my fiienns to call and try them, aad they are mwch
pleased with them. I never fell tired wiuie reading or writ
ing with them for hours logjUicr,
Yrurs, very sincerely, JOHN W. OiDEN.
Prom Dr. John Waters. .
Wr. J. H. Pramoas: Dear Sin Alter a capful examina
tion and trial of your Concave -Con vex Ppeciacle. I cheer
fully add my telmony to tbeir superiority ever all ethers.
Taey enlarge the apbeta of faces, aad therol y greatly rw
liave vision, withoat proUucing the uuplraaaitisca arwatwd
wj in, couvea ivnu,
J Yery r.sptrtfully yoort, J0ITTI WATTRS;
From Mr. D. C. Top. ...
Mr. J. H. SnutcK fir: I have bei osicf fnr several
months, a par of your Brauliao Pebble fctjeclMle" ad
believing they are the 007 kind I have ever seen eapibl of
.eomuletery restoring vision wbieii has been lxepsiwit, to Its
prta.iuv partroUoo, I lake pkaaure ka rvoasuBAandiag Utssi
- to Ihe publx.
Tsr respectfu:!, " P. C. T0PP.
. - Ii'aswv rue, July 8S. lia'A,i
W, the anderslgned. hava used ar 'H ibm iU. J. ii.
eemuittis Brasiliaa Pebble rpeeUcles, acd have t u: d them
far pwpertnr to any wtber we have Bd. We el.eifuly re
eoBMMaod then la the pablM. A. W. bt'TLAat.
. Teua. lno.ranc to.
JOIN D. W IN. -TON, M. a,
..'. - MMT. tJlftW'N,
A. J. CAKTAH,
Piop'r uf NaiivUle lea.
' Frara "ffarrlso) on the FjeV
"Pmons ear. d at b too cautious wHon they parreB
per set., aa they ar lo tllrl wbotwial a a I iui
ssor thaa shilling per !vra, aa s.- tttasriar arucet
cannot a tuomich reprubateO.' -"Jlusbou
a Ur,' enough to cover iheeadr tye. The atuieof suiil
fraaMss ar bat btU kaaws) to pwu aalnf fU.au.1
tt" ' Mr. . wou' J tnmrn tae pubtio t!il h en-ploys n
Bgrai to awtobratod ApeeeU; and lbv wtily
t oMainwd at ai utrira, vvaa Ms, i'xaAV4 kuoc yoaa, aad
9 all aw f.aain g asset a stamped oc U wssd it a. "J.
, M- ftlao.4 fJT J ftl f
NASHVILLE AND .TIEJIPIH1
n&TTED STATES MAIL PACEIT LIKE.
J.O.CUNE. JOHN 8TMPS0N. CITY or HCNTSVILLB
For femphls, New Orleans, St. Eoni,
TRI- WEEKL Y .
rHS splendid new passenger steamers CITY OF HUNT3
VIIXE, Cablbb, Master, leaves Nashville every Mon
day at 6 o'clock, p. m.
J. G. CLIXE, Jas. Davis, Master, leaves Nash villa every
w ednesday at 6 o'clock, p. m.
JOHN SIMPSON, Jac Davis, Master, leaves Nashville
every Friday at 6 o'clock, p. m
Connecting at Paducah with the daily Louisville and St.
Looia Cnited 8tates Mail Boats, and at Memphis with the
splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H. R. W. HiU, Geo.
Collier and Ingomar.
Theaccommmiations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or Boinh.
. For freight or passage apply to
, A. L. DAVI3, I .
JaS A. HAMlLTOy. A'nt-
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
flHlS COMPANY being fully organised, according to ehsr
A ter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DA M
AGE BY EIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Waresand Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or datnace by
fVas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on tlie most favora
Life and Nepro Policies granted st Current rates.
OiT.ce, No. SO Cwtlrg-9 street, Eaat side, between. Union st.
and I'ublie Square.
ALFXAKDER FALL. W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JAVIER WOODr,
JOHN' KIRKMAV, JOHN II. EWIN,
HENRY IlAKT.Ja., K. 0. McXAlRY,
TU03. W. EVANS, - HL'GH MoCREA,
WESLEY fiREEN FIELD.
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
JiWJt? Waikkr, Secretary. irv3 .
I s j s s.-l". c. Illtl-li; A- t ltfl, t,
1 lnMiaa.u.A .... . ' 1 .... I . . A
t 50,000. Olfice on ttie north side of the !
Public Sq'iare, mid way between the Nashville
nn and Planters' Bank. Tbey will make Insurance on
Houses and Goods of every description, aeainst fire; on
SteRmhoata and cargo, against fire and the risk of tlie river;
on the cargo of Keelboau, Flatbotits, and other river craft;
and on tea vessels and other cargoes, on tbe nsusj term.
J. M. HILL, 1'res.ucnu
Jos. YauLx, Secretarv.
Jno. M. Bass,
F. B. Eogir, '
R. H. Gardner,
ii. M. iogg,
January 2S.1SS2 tf.
John I. Hill.
Jao. J. White, .
rPIIE JIl'TrAL I'llOTECTION
A 1 11 mi rmii e I imii::m - of Mkisa-3f
will, tiffice on Oedsr street, ailjnininc the V:i7
PoatOHice, and oj'ponite the Verandah, will in- sIT
sure on the mutuai principle. Houses. Merchandise, Ac,
against Ini.s or damage by fire, titeaniboata on any of th
Western Waters avail!! the hazards of inUad navigation
and the Cargoe of vessels of every description agsinst the
perils of the sea and rivers. Also, the Uvea of persons in
rood health, for a single year, for a tern of years or during
life. Also, Bank Notes transmitted per malL
All persons having their lives or property (nsured tn this
nstltutlun, are entitled to a full participation in all the prodtt
without any liability to loss beyond the amount of premiums
which they may pay.
M. S. PILCH KR. Preslient-
JNO. B. JOHNSON, Vice r lent.
C. J. F. Wbato, Secretary.
June 6,1tt(k tf.
B. W. & J. P. FOSCE & CO.,
XV 1 1 OI.KSA I. K HOOT A N D Ml O IJ I IU CSE,
No. 21 Hayne street,
Citarlcafon, ft. C.
WI invite the attention of tha Trade to our extensive
stock. apl9 J!y
n AYE this day associated wi!i m In the wholesale Gro
cery, Commission, Recti v in 1 and Porwardinir businma.
Mr. 8. N. HoMinesworth, lte of Clarksville, Tenn., under
the name and style of "Hart and Hollinewnrth.,
oct HENRY UAHT.Ja.
HENRY HART, Ja 8. N. IIOLLrNGSWORTU
HART & E0LLDIGSW0IITH,
WHO L V.S A t.V. Ci It OC E It S, Oil .'1 1 NM ON,
RECEIVING AXD EORWAEDIXO
No B Market street, N AS H Tl LLE, T ENV.
NEW UANUINf; HOI SV.
J0UK D. JAMES. ...A. WHELFXS.... DAVID D. JAMES.
JOHN U. J AH EM A CO.,
BANXEH3 AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next door I) the Bank of Nashville,
Jnl Naahvillr, Trim.
COI.I.ECTION made on all the cities of th Coiled
S'ntet, and prompt returns made, bv
JanlS . JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
CI i 1. 1 A N I S 1 E V I: It boueht and sold a t best ra 'es
y JOHN D. J All 8 A CO.
'FEME A Nil M;iIT ItlEESoaantheprioctpal
A cities in th Cuion, bought and sohI at the lowest ratef
JOUN D. JAMES A CO.
I NT EK E.ST paid on Depoei's hy
JOHX D. J A MM A CO
jr. 11. ccititi: v
1 nbinrt Tiakor ami I'nCrrtaker.
Btdi leav to Inform his friends i;d the pulbe general'y,
that be keeps consUn II v on bund Co din of every de
scription, from the plainest servants' to the In Metalic air
tight and air exhausted Coffin, the best now in u-e for pre
serving the Corps; tcgaiher wiihguod Uearscs and Horse,
and everything necessary for buri.U.
All orders left at my Ware Room, No. M Coopers Cnihling,
Cherry street, will be prmp:ly a ended to. both day atiJ
g''t- ,! tf
lip ii5S $32?
tSkikAism iV---r:. --t-w t-t-i: 'ly. .J
A LOCAL AI XILIAY W THE TREATMENT OF DIS
EASES F THK THROAT, LL'NOi, Ac.
. THOSfAS H. GEEENHOUGH, M-O.
(Lai f London and Pari Resident Physician of New
HAS arrived In Nashville, where he will remain during
the snoiraer, and plae under trvatmwat all the. who
msy 'r his skill and aid lo all forms of diseases ol tU
reNriTory and eircaiatory organ.
Dr. Orrenboogh having bee connected with Drs. Pervira
and Williamson, of Lcndon, and being a member of ro..H
eal societies in Europe, can guarantee to all lava his tlx
most recent end sueceM-f.il iaiprcvement lo the treatment
ef each cam, which will always s leguiaicd by aud based
pon the vital pr'ndple of ih
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF MAN. ' '
,, X. B. Chronio Female crmplalnta, lmiittrating tho re
spiratory organs, will receive parf eular attention, and l-a-die,
whea preferred, will b vbuUsi at tbir two residence.
NO CHAKOK FOB CONfCLTATION.
frW O.bee, Verandah Hotel, Nhvtl!e, Tnn.
I af" PaUent la th cowntry will roeeavw attantiow Ay
N uaaeroui testimcnial and refWencew as to skill, ro-
tevrtty, Aa., from many prwouTiaat witiaen and phystuaa
of New Orleans, xteniphl and tUiercitjB, ta be ssrea and
Ataiaot at tU Doctor1 Offloc.
Due notic of th Lecture en Aulas.) Ctiemistry, t),
Phynwiagy and Pa.aolvgT ef tb Kervoaa fyssos, aad tlw
Cbemicu-ihersyettUe acun ef Boukuiej, Ac , will be doly
fivwa. - .......
tV FfJaXiaHJCO RjOoM WASTJCD. en table she a Fay.
sician's onW, ta a entraJ lnca!:ty. Ua, t r jom,
or and aodrixua, to a getttkiUM ai d wi. .
Awdres Dr. b-. Post OiUco. JjlA tf
JOHN l?. WIlST kremt)y rwrerved, In addiuoa
to hs ftirmer slock of Factory Emditit s.
- 1,HJ feet Ifer f.; ng,
l atent BU Puaitws astoi ud hj ooe kaitdk,
11 do, rl.eepik n, -
li Calf -t0.n
Ring Traveler. rar'l-tf
WAEN, CC'EGAS 4 CO.
CamntUalcju V rutttardlug lorcliaata
Yaoa. Fsara, Wst. P. Atwoad,
Jas. J. Dooearaa,' A. M. Ufatb.
TSy keep aa Ebc at Dintavllla.
sVapt A, le-t:U
" CsJtTON I'AIIN!".
W' I this dsy advacrd li prtcwof Coftoa Tsras, aed ar
alttag at II. I a, aad t seam, tut aosabwr A, A, A aad
Ttiti 6 per OKBteff qaaotttica abov U baf, aast kaa
l-u'i J by ruu'tt, a bw5i4'e.
' : w.u ookTo a co.
WOOD AND MIM.HU WARE,
CCSDAGE JLSD PAPE3 EEALEi
Manufctu er of WASH BOARDS, under firm name of
G. IVATtHS V CO.
ManufAOturer of PLOW HANDLES and OAK WOUv.aa.
der firm name of
CO I . E H AN V CO.
MANTTACTtTtf It s;if WL; l. saV.Jpiler iu Wood and
Wiliow Ware, tweets, Tuis, Cordage of every de
seriptio:i; Fishii. T.cUle. E'acsing. Mtches, Brooms,
Seives, ll.tmea. Horse '.loilars. Cedar Ware, Ice Chests, Cot
ton Rope, Brushes, iiesures, Brooms, Tv:nts. and Haa
Also, dc ilcr in b tier ,yl'y nf Wrippiug, Roofing, B.et
tingani T a papers, at rr.a'a'jfaciurers rates. Leaier ia
Tarrapern-i t rmpo.nion Ar Koiaicj.
trr- Or l
" Or lcis re.-pectfuliy solicited aud sa!i1-faction guar
in all cases.
store r..rnrr cf Wclnut and Front reet; Paper War
louse No iT WVicui street; Firrcry ?7 Wuier street.
ao51 tf Cine inuuli, Ohio.
U. G. McCOilAo D. C. SMITI
McC0MAS, SMITH & CO.
FOP.WAEDISG AND CC2r;iISSI0N
No. 3 Eroadwcll-s Eoildinj, Sycamore Street,
eeptii .CINCINNATI, OHIO.
GREAT WEST EFiT TO,k1tCHE
No. 25 Itro.-iftwuy.
CIXC1 XX A Tl. OHIO.
him: a- avi 1. 1. 1.4 .-ns.
j ANCVACTCRER of ali kirdsr.f Trav
J.VA eiingsrd PsokiiiiTriplis.TuiiJes.il.
eonsr.i rackma Trtnk. T I . I. ? I
ties Btmnet 1.. carn-t finrh.:.
Ac. Ail ornrrs fi o"i ih"....,i pr.a;p;!y atiend-dj
i ti. ne are u. .rro- nej 1 ar won shall not be surpassed
in the Union.
tTfOur f. i r 1 in the Sea!h will flml c-ir terms as favor
able as any oilier sinoUr hooe Ijut or M est, and our fr.h
r:cks utiurpaie t for exi-ei:-"il wcrknionsli p. ilurBbilit
and cheaptif,i. We solicit a tril. fctlT tf
ITS, m$m & CAMERGN, .
U E N T I !i T t ,
So. 15S We-t SU:h street, lctireen Kacc auJ Elm Street,
Ci nrinimti, Otilo.
'lluia 1 iri'inr t-- 1 . f. r, . . .....
. r . 1 r. i.,:r.: inn .m.UHf,- fssss
11 im presrui prcTieiors, nu DeB I
ir.creaxirr 111 renutation for superior iera t
lions In ti e Arli2;;ial lepxrtrieiit uf Dentis
try tor the Us! ten yeurs, and ;:n i-xiiciim: c.r effort sl,;Ui bo
wanting lo giv aaibifacjoa to all who icay favor It with
Thesnhsimb.rs wonMea!! nt'enOn tnfhe M'owfngeseen
tial point pertainiug to ArtiUcial Teeth, , Beauty and
nalur.ilae-,, cf apreraace, nnlliy and irefg!hof Ihe ma
terials comfort to Hid w-a.-er, aud useuines in restoring
ihe n:;rsl ,.i-..i arc? ol' s;ur.Ji. m,i ul.ii i.
J Sate: in a'l of wind, tin y are -.riante t iq Hing Ihey ar
. e.tceeded hy Dli,e, :.. e i .leil by Ut.
t 1: i: T IX
lasertcd from on to a Tull el, with Artinrt! Cam.
Full and H.ilf S ts iuvartabiy iriserted by suction.
AH operations in Djaiutry penurmed lu th nio.t thor.
THRSIH I'nnsidrHnr te nn-r!o character of the work
ind the guarantee given, U.ey ai.lUe most reaaonabio la
eh ri est,
TWO TEETH OR MORE ON OOLD FLATf4,
S I'EIl TOOIII.
TWO TEF.rM OR MORE ON S1LYER FLATS.
m I'Eit iiiotii.
. The money refunlc I if the Te-fi do not prove sitlsfaetory.
I rV For 1 lie ia 01 uikticn of t!ios Uving atalistance w
would state tf at (ir f.ic,;it.e. a-c -nch, that we can make la
, 'he finest -tyle, a Ml sel of TEKTH in frvm ?4 lo A-hj.ir.
, ud knu.il piece, ia proportion, so ihst to u tentlon need
oeapprebended. tV. C. DI'NCtN I
v , w. ..... J". CAMFP.6J.. -
'".I "e-i cii'.ii street oetween Kaceand T m.
CINCINNATI, OHIO. '
LEONARD E. ro.T.?YTII. GEO. W. OI.IPHANT '
f jr- Tnnnt.
I.. 1. I'dKSYTH Jk CO.,
AND COairiSSIOPT MEBCHA5T8,
No. 47 PnhlU: Landing, Clnr liiunt, . '
HAVI.Ml istahlished a U o.. in CincianaU r the trans
action of Forwarder and Commission liu-iues w
respectfhlly solicit U.e patronac of the .MerehsnU of Nash
rUle and surrounding country. Being th authorised (Ktnts
'or Tr.tn.rtatinn hm s, to an 1 from the Eastern Cities w
ar enab:.-d to uZ;r t.i onr fr,env's and the pnhho generillr
!!'iT.,i!:"r,"'!'""":,:,'" T"""'!'"'-tion of their ML R-
v-j Ai-i-i -r. i,n rMjuiik 1 irongb
n iue 1 nine ou r.;efc ticci
aitenUuu wiil be given
'lark packace "Cure I.. E. T.
Co , ClIcw''Mti.
K. FOUSYrU A CO.
Ifo- 6 Columbia St.,
Betwavo Jla.a nd Walnut,
I m now Manufacln-ing RAIT
"OA D, IH' IT HAY.hTOCUoRCOAL.
fl."'.'l AMI Pl.AirnRM urn
all ix. Ah"-, 1'itl tiOlsT AND BA.NX bCALtS. BKAH8
A!0 IRON BaAM3. L'Ot'NTEIt K ALIS, Ac, Ac . whieh
I warrant of superior workmanship and mater al. I
wn:,;d call j.srti.-ul.sr stteutlon to 117 IRON LEVER HAY
ANl PTOcit SCALES. All communication prmnptiv at
tctded to. ocUl dly
n. uroin ?.
T. II Ar; :v,
c j y '. ii't.
W. R. C APOX .
IUIODIS, 1IAGEII & CO.,
FCRWAXDINS AD CCrsiISflOS MEKCHASTS,
So. 21 Sycarsnre tt. East tide, below Second, -
I IN( I.WATI, tiltia,
1Y71U. r'v special an. t.tton to PwarttinB ficods, Frw
v u.w, A-i ; a'-i, 10 !.. por.-lav ai d ,i tf all kiudo
of Pto.Iiicu, ami .iri.clr 'if C.cciunau and Pi lis bur; Jlaua-fa'-tures.
JMK.s COl l lS A CO., pi. Por'dV Airent.
lrK,i.fi,.N.L-ill,Ui NfcKtUANT3gufaily. "
I M POItTANT.
ECTICS TO THE LADIES ASD OENlTiaiES.
O lt.t!;K3 would cost respectrally aonecjice to the La
k,. dies andlicotl-iuriior NtrhviUe nvii M imty, that h
ha onen.d a liiesi l ing and f r-jimi rsiabii.hinent, wherw
lie ill JjIcacI: a: J l'i It a- -l Bonnet In the !att arxl
PKt at prove I ',!e. wi'h ut i- jiir.ng the Braid. He will
pled huas. il to ive K.-ucrisl .. i-s-acuoB to all who may fxv
Vor l,l:n with thir pa'ronse. Mr.. Mjrks, a. a prui'eMiun
Bl dil nerand Vte M.Urr, taa alaay be fi and in tho es
lablist.nient, with a g'lieral ascortniebt of Tr;mni.'lirf, Rib.
bors and trady-Kail Bonnets of tbe latest Fashion. lh
win oc Biot fckpuy to wait on a l who
ne, atid will try ve.y excruna to please.
No. IT spring strret,
fc W tf Fetween Coil, ge and Market.
N. H. BUact iug acl Pr!.i.g fcr t.'. t.-Ja un u. mot
VJth.iw tiiTiiis toit rivi:
I-A At A slicL.bij.il siU'is. Just rtceived sad for
' F D. D. DICKEY,
ftt No. 5 College arreet, Naaavillw.
3ACS ! EAGS! !
ON and a.1er C 1m Aurt't wo will be bl U famwll
I'Ssj bas per ii, ' liepuipts (f holding whtat,
Aftar.okks aad or ra. Person rrtuifirg Haa Wul plaasw
swnd iu ilieir 01 Jcr at aa cir.j J.y a pei..e.
1 W. H. tiOUDOy A CO.
J IVY received Ur-e a.sortr-.- cf Pr.r 8iTk IVbrelias.o
llltlatklsMi. tiU; TVS A AlitMitl.
diS No IS Cedar
a .1. it. i:n c 11
rYAYRs.sa.ived their rt-Hr 0 .-l to No. OC"g
AA r4. hr lliry will M triad ke their fri. B d- and
.il t licriv.uj
vht rui :
luv in a few
M.t..lIlS! M iilllll
rpwrvrr tut tsand Be, u'u.'rjiiu
A rssrlvn H it aj tT
. ar-l UeEL A THOMPSOJI.
Tt'AMVU t uu to lie uiu i tavevt ia a whaicBBie ko-
II Allies, ainaJy Ut.Lj.
N. P. Aay person laii'f th ' seiro i lavt, eas)
asaka vaasitt tm g !ti r-sc.ai a Utii of ,he
w a. Ai-p'y by l'ier to t 4x4, Fst i'nvM, Aathvute
stoUi'g tea aud ler aa uietw uu kss aa4
f IIATill K KLI.Tl.M. Oa haod and
Ls by D. l D'.' Y,
it i:::. ti i v
3 rl,4i STwt. Nki