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FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
o. 47 i'ublic Square.
DIRECT IWP0.1Ti:n AD WHOLE
SALE DEAEEItS I
GLiS, CUTLER V
xx i. ri D WiinE,
IIV. no. in receipt of their stock f-r the Fa'l Trade, and
J would invite the r.r'tculir attenton .f Merchants
Ti-I(ing .hvii!e to their assortment, bclicv'ng (hat their
Mock eu.brai-es as pr-t variety, and their gno.i ar- fiVred
I price. u reasonable, run be found in anv market in
the Union when com of purchasing mid transportation are
taken int". con dderation.
Thev now devote their whn'e at'rntion to the W"OI.K
FAIK hu-.ities, and, in nddttten, b-in IllKKiT IMPOR
TERS of all ENGLISH ANU (H.K.MAM HAKIlvAARs:. they
re enabled to cftrr facilities to the Ketail Dealer tq'iil to
tiv house in any market. Th y will lake pleasure at all
tia.es id allowing (hiouh their easlabisluueut all who wid
favor them with a call.
gr" Feathers received at the highest market price.
e 1 ati w If
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD
DEALER IN ... ,
'-O American. Enzlish 4 German
HASDWAEE AND CUTLERY,
wcstsidi rem icsgriR.
Knr. ly NASHVILLE. TENN.
FIXE PERFU3IERV, &c.
UST reo ivc I. from flrt hunls immrt.r. a r od assort
ment of I jit rluiii'-rv. inner Aril
Cls",, V4'.s c iiisi-ting in part of toe following, vs:
A 1 ore invoice f genuine English Tooth and Hair Crush
es. Al-o, a fi le assortment e-Tcially children.
rV7 and Puff Boxes, (something new and very nice.)
I.'i'iii.'s lienuirie Extracts;
me Ivot T .otti Comb';
Large "LIT i o Dres-im? tnd Barbers' Combs;
La'c T ansparent Wash Balls;
T .ret Vinegar, a superior article for 1he Bath;
'I't rh I'ik-tc and Soso, of various st3'les am pattern!;
Ifnlr Gltve; aud Bathing Brushes;
I';y Kuti, ( xtra fine in larve bottle?;)
I.' on's K .iilriir' n; Barry's Tricnph' mu;
p:t sliiu inl I. quid U'iukc I'inK Sateen;
f Ki-i .wd i , of ajMirled Ht.dt;
Ilmr : of ti e tuofct a. r'.v1 tlrmirlf
.--i!cit H'RhTOUV liRl'1 FT'P.r,
atpU Coi ner C'j1I"k and L'oi n strj-ctp.
iio.'s ad iu:ri' ( ATTi.r.
AXT'F want to buy liea-.-y an I t''oroii:hlv eorn-
V f.tu.l l-orh llut:i d.livenl at our
Pork iJou-e fu m i lie 'lt h of Novcmir to the 2J
of Jinu-irr. A'i, lariie and wrll f iitfd ICffl ulllf
delivered from 'he '5 h of October to 'he 5 hof Novrmuer,
tor wlik-h we will pay the hi(;liet market pric- in Cah.
Our -rt-n ve KslaMisliment U now beinir thoroughly re
piii'ed, and will be rea ly tor businen. W will pack Hogt
an 1 Cat'.ie on Ciraiiiisiiin, and we Mr I areiired from our
luti(r exi.tri'nce in tlie bu-inea, thut we xhull be able to
render ei ueral Ka'ifiirtii n to all who may patronize n.
Thoe whu wi-h to have Hops or Tattle packed will pk ae
rail e:i ly. We ran be f..und at all time at our ollice, No.
it S th Front atreet, Nashville, Tenu.
eepH-lm J. DOYLE A CO.
r TEXTS' PI.. Coneresa Gaiters;
T do Calf "
B-y and Youtha Patett leather and Calf Conrre'nttaiteri
received to-day. JOilV RAMAtiK,
OC4 42 College atreet.
Geo. L. Andersen,
Warehouse & Commission Merchant,
hOll THE SALE AND STORAGE OF
Cot ton. Corn, Ke, AVlietil, Oat, Ilacon.
I.nrt!) IValln rx and I'lour,
And al' manner of Pn.duce atid Merchandise, and will attend
to Receiving and Forwarding Merchandise.
'CjfIi advanced 00 Produce in Store."
r.RTCR WARKHOCSE, North tiDie Rktsoi d Pt.,
octa-dlm AUGUSTA, Ga.
Premium Bool & Shoe Manufactory. !
(Puoceasor to Hamilton A Fuller,)
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY,
Corner Market and Spring or Church Eu.
CI RATF.FCL for the lilieral pa'mnnfre bestowed upon thli
X Manufactory atnee ita entabliliment, the Proprietor
feels Utleriuiued to merit a couliuuation of the san e in fu
I h ive now on hand a good a sortment of readv
ma le work. .'oniiKtinir in iiart ol Men'i. Hova' am
Y'dun' Calf, Kip and Thick Boo' an t Shoes; Ne(fr'
Briiifans. double ie; liouse rVr-ants t" b'Ms, Ladle
and MiKiies Calt Moroceo, and Kid lloota an I fhoe, all made
from r'K) I kt.-k, in fx-d sty e.nd warranted.
(trdi-i-a trom I'laoters. Iron Masters, Kailroad and Turn
pike 'om;nie respectfully aoli.-it' rt.
f" All kinds "I repairing done.
C-iai. paid for Hides. EBEN FCLLKR.
NEW ARRIVAL OF FINE BJOKS.
TUSf received per Kailroad, i.n additional rupply bv
Ur.NJ. F. MtlKI.DS
$20 0 eVard!
ON 'lu-Hftav evri.lnir, at Odd Fellow' II I in N.iehville,
f'u ii. jr he t ab ibit on of the Mehaiiii'al Fa'r a amall
dMTK P. ck 1 Hook, with S'e. c! ' was a'oien from try
po.,et It cofiiair.e i in b.iiik N. te-, -omr receiot, and
tti'Ve ir lour blank hHs i.f r x-tiaoff", Mtn.'d m-elt ant
endorsed by Ir J, hi Waters. Also, ti.ree or four Irii.k
piouo:- ry uotes. Mpm-d b mvsdf ami eu lorrd by I ir.
John Walt i. These K lati I uoiesare printed I 'liw, wi'h
d it -, i'ra iiiuui, Ac, blank ; tl .y are the only bill.-, or notes
M.ne i by myseif and endorse i by bim, which ate in exis
tence. 1 be bove rrward will be paid for the return of the Bills
anl No'.e s or hi.cli tutor t ation as lull Ie--d I" then proc ne-
meni- p i poii n rewtird for ihe eiurn if any f them.
All per- are notified n t to traue or log itiale for such
It!..., or Note, aj tliey will not be paid.
oct WII.I O. WILLI AM3
HA'li'Kii'S MAGAZIN'K for October; Also, I RANK LES
L'KV (j AZK !TK OF FASHIONS, can be fouud at
Oct 2 Bt ol CIIArtl.KS W. SMITH'S.
Lash lor Wheat and Itye!!
J (I s i: ! tl AMI,
Ecn'Ji-East Corner Church and College street.
( ',ll. 1o0 sack jiiluie while Corn, J'it receind and
v ' f jr saie by
I. 1IL K KY,
No. 5 I'olleite street.
AUVAM'i: l POU ULII.
WINfJ to the advanced price in Ka'tpetre, I fla tlie prices
of Powder irim tlds da'e at fie folilowmir rate, :
For iiuponl'a K'fli Powder, per keg, i 51
- u m quarter f 0
Tennessee B'asting, " JO
Nanl.ville, e pt, 1, Is 5.
(J UN POWDER.
Ill A.VK. now on hand, and will hereafter keep a constant
supply of the f 'How. nj aril
Jiioiii, 'l'lirnl'd Itiflpniid Korllitir
to dtr, in cauisiers and quarter, hall and whole
TriiiiiK'wwre) ItlitaliiiE, In kejs of 2Mb and bar
rels ol 1'"' lb.
To)i llickford V Ce't Safety lue, war-
Railroad A'ontractora, Miner and the Trade generally,
aupplied at the lowest market price.
i roo.pt atuntion given to all orders.
A cent for (ha Manufacturer,
Office with E. 8. Cheatham A Co..
arpS Corner of rpriu and Coltei;e streete.
jitin r oi,ivi:r cu.in: n:icv.
I Ti meetliif r f the St.a:kholders of Ihe Mount Olivet
j. Cemetrry, hebi at the flier of IJndslry A Orwkrtt,
on tins day, the lo lowioK gentlemen were i.nanimooaly
elected director :
A. V. t Liudsley, J. H. Puldeke,
It. W. Hall, K. A Herman,
A. Nuiaun, J P. Morrau,
C. W. Nance.
After the election, the hoard met and ore aniaed. A. V.
P. Liodnley was elected President, and C W. Nance, Sc re
la rv and I rea'urrr.
Th- Company is now permanently orrwniad, and active
steps will be taken iininediatrly to lay oil Ihe rouods In
riaudxcme stl and to bring Ihe Iota Into maikeL It is
be Int. ulion of the Board of mreetors to sf.ar no rapvtise
cr pai in to m.ke It tucks Cemetery as the wraith and
taiie ot our community rtquire.
A. V. 6. LINDSLEY, PremJeot.
C. W. Nahc. SecreUry.
hept 1. lVii. SepV tf
UtKlLl lOOI, t! HUDI.!!!
CASH and tl.e hit-heal market prloa paid .'or good eleaa
wail.ed Wool, by
jy!4 ea I. D. I'lCKflf.
?iaicui:mxi:u iiio maxti i .
riHIS magnincrnl style of Mantel is fat taking the place
X of all other deac iptions, both on account ut Ita supe
or besiitv, rirhnaM, durability, and arti. ular y its cheap.
ess. While their eoal Is only about half thai of lb real
Aarblr, they, iodrod eaceed tlie former lu Uautv, b. a
SUeror lustre, are less liable to toil, ii mmh easier
ept dean, and tar cred marble in uuratwl'ly, auJ are, at
tie same lime, less liable to break.
The undersigned are aeii' for the wianufjeturera, Wal
.are, l.lh ow e Co , Louisville, Kv , aud will fumiih than
io ibrir i at i or s. and the public seneratlr, with aratra. sun-
S) ir I locer, and every thing comiile; n I will mis arper- I
auodibi.r putting up. CTlWAUT a ulUV, 1
uve itwiers a4 liowar ianuretrer, i
Ffzzri gjvjzn vau J
CHANGE OF TIME!
BUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1855
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Four Daily Eastern Trains, at 8 A. M., 9 A. II.,
10:20 A. 2L and 6 P. M.
The Quickest, Shortcut and Mont J)irect Koute.
LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON.
Wheelins Pusser.gers Dine at Zanesville.
Pilt'burjh Pasenirers Dine at ril ne.
Dunkirk anl B ffilo Pai-engsrs Dine at ClevcUn''.
fPHt LITTLE MIAMI, via Co'umhns. being the rhoit
the ..me i. - errange I that it I. made with ea... Connec
tion are certain
I 'a-serg-a are nn sutj ct to del ,v. and
have full time V r "als, which i
a rreat comfort to la tie
and chi dren. The Li th Mia'i i via Cotun.bjs. beinira j-hort
and quick roite, do. snot nqil e anonmou orreMin
dent or f.itse maps to r-conim lid it t the tiavelmg pi btic.
Each and every trn ' y the Li t e Miami r ute runs into
the depot of tlie Lake Sh iie Koad at f'.evdand.
TI.'IK via LITILi; l I A '1 1 ltOl Ti:.
Front (.'iiicimiuti lo
C0I CMTCS In Z Hours;
CLEVELAND in k. Hours;
DUNKIRK in 14 Hours;
Ul rf'ALO in 16 Hours:
ALBANY in '1 llouis;
NEW YOKK in HI H Hours;
lltlfTON in 8. Il-urs;
CKH-'I IN in Honrs;
PlTTfiBCRfi in 14 Hours.
1-lilbAI ELI'lllA in 81.V Hoars,
Wi-EELINIMn lt'X Hours.
BALTIMORE in Hours,
WAShlNUTDN in 2 Hours,
SfEl BENV1LLK in 12 Hours.
Haprn?e checked font CinC'nnttti to Wheeling. Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Uunk'rd and lluualo.
Pass, ners by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Af iami Rail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati atid dine the following day in
Kew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore or W ashing .n City
The LitUe Miami is the ka-tern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DAILY TRAINS.
FIR?T TRAIN Cleveland. Pitlsbure. Steubenville and
Whtelirg Lightning Expres', b-aves Cincinnati at 6 A. M.,
for Colmubui, Cleveiand, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
York and tWon; Creatine, Pittburg, Baltimore, Philad-1-
ohiaand New York: Zanesville, Wheeling, uaitimoie, a;-n
ington City, Philadelphia and New York, c,; Steuhenviile,
Sandusky and Detroit; Xenia, Yellow Springs and Spring
field. This Train (tops between C ncltmati and Coluuihus
at Iceland. Morrow. Xi ni and London only.
P..iengers by this tvain for Luke aLcamers have five hours
'd a ha fat I cveland.
CUXI) TH Al N Cleveland and PitU-hurg Express, leaves
vinciiinati at A. M., for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
imualo, New ork and Boston; Cr-stline and Pituhurg, Cir
c evdie and Limeade1: ldain heater, Chlllicothe and Hills
borouuh. This Tra n flops at all points between Cincinnati
and Coiiimbus, except Linwoo.1 anl Branch 11.11 Also,
connect tig s Cleveland direct with Lake oteamer QUEEN"
OF THE WES I'and CRESCENT CITY, and connc ting at
Buffalo with the early morning tralus lor New York, Boaioo,
ilkunB K.u.r.ra Falls. SC.
THIKli 'I itAlN Wheedhg Etpres. leaves Cincinnati at
li-2' A. M., for Columbus. Zaueville Wheeling, Baltimore,
Wa-hli gton C'tv, Philadali hia and New York.
This I rain stops at all point between Ciuoinnati and
FOURTH TRAIN Accommodation, leaves Cincinnati at
4 P M., for Xenia, Yellow Nring ann i-pnngneio; . ucie
villeand Lancaster; Blanchestcr and Chilicotbe Htili-boro'.
Th-s Train stop t ail points between Cincinnati and
XV1fT1I TR AIN-Cleveland, Pitt?' urg and Wheeling Night
Express, leaves Cincinnati at 6 1 M., for Columbus, Cle' e
an.l Dunkirk, BuBalo, York and Boston; 're-tline,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York; Z mesvil'e, Whteiit g,
Baltimore, Washi"gUn City, Philadelphia and New York.
This Train ftps at ail points between Cincinnati and
Columbus, except Liuwood a- d Branch Hill.
One Train on Sunday at .8u o'clock P. M., for Columhns.
Traius run by Columbus Timi 7 Minutes faster than Cin
cinnati. THROUGH TICKETS,
And all information can be obtained at the new offices No.
2 Burnet II u e Bud tin:;, W. L. O'BRIEN, Ticket Agent;
No 17T, front office. (Jibson House Building, ALEXANDER
HAMILTON. Ti-ket Ag nt: or at the old oOlce, Kuthea-t
..rn.T ot Broadwuy and Front street, opK.ite l.encer
ilouse, r at the Eastern iLittie Miami) Depot, East Front
' Otic hourt from 4,tf A. if . until 9 V P. -If-
P. W. STKADElt, Uiu'l Ag t.
THE OMNIBUS LINE
Calls for Passengers at all the prii cipal Hotels, for each and
vrrr train. I leavne mreeiion. ci
.inn., will call for oassenk-ers ic all parU of the citv
CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE!
X E L.ST il I I.IIOA I A It II. M; E.M I NT,
FROM LOUISVILLE, XT.,
El THE JEFFEllSOSVILLE R. Ji.,
BY T1IK OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI R. R.;
Or, Via I nd its na poll,
BY THE BELLEFOXTAIXE Jt CLEVEI.AXD Tt
To Sandusky, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara, Pitta
burg, Baltimore, Washington City Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, Ac.
O0TH Rojtesareexpiditious, and thrjugh fares to any of
Ji the above piint tlie -ame.
First Class Harnjer Train sl -ave the Jefferson ville R. R.
Depot dailt (Sundays exc pled,) to make ear- connections
with 'he roads betond.
n i LA ri.v u rri:ii i p ojniin sr.!!
A'ecar'jing paenger fr m tl.e Hotels, or any part of
Lo 'isvllle, to and b om the Railroad Station.
Further pai ticibirs can be ohtaine I by i0utring al the
offltesof the Hotels, or at t'-e Jefl.-rs nville b U. OIBc ,
near the G ill IL.u-e, Lout.-ville, where through tickeu to all
the principal cities can be procured.
JUII.s ibLtir, rres i,
A. P. SHORN E, Sup't.
J. W. Hall, Tl. ket Agent in Louisville. j .in20 tf
Viek-'-aru Whig, Na'ches C .uner, New O'lears Pi aynne
nd Delta, faj.de Enquirer in Men plus, please copy for
three months, an t t harge It. It. tifflit.
Broad Street, Augmla, l.a.
''HIS new and commodious house, splendidly fur-
A ins bed. H nowreaiiv lor me reerpiion ni visitors.
Proprietor Mr. Nici:a"i, Sup't.
a ii v i: it t i i: i
i: . t
Til AT APPFAIJ TO THE
SOI D SE.SE Of THE CO.n.UM I'V.
Th folli'wltig utn q i illrd svr.es of Family Molicines m;iy
ilepeude.i no in .th the utnii s: conll ii lire. 'I Ii havo
the approbation ol the bes. phy-.cians in ihec mn
tiy. and aie rerotiinieuded by all wtio have
u-c ! tlieui a supci ior lo any .aiuilv m d
iciins known. 11IEY ItAVE BEEN
BEFORE THE FUBLIC FOR TEN Y.KARS,
During which tine more thai 5,tHi certificates have been
received troin emiiiei.l pu'dic men "nd tlwrs. an I are
Iiow on tile at the t on paiy's tlflice. THEY ARK
COMPOUNDED with the utm"sl skill, and the
itifi edients are .hmouphli tested by seien
title ilo niiMS, so thai uinla inea i.f a
uml rin and reliable quality art
f uarar.ieed in all cases.
THE GRJEFfcSEERG VEGETABLE FILLS,
Are particularly valuab'e for the pretention and cur ot
Ferrs in general. Bilious and Liver Complaint. Jaun
dice, iietiera Debility, Common and Su a Headarhe,
Dtspepsia, Heart Burn, Cotivenew, tirlping,
L i inar, Hiseases, OItruclions of the Men
ses, li.flU'Tta, Asthma, and for a vari
eiv ol other t hrouic Di -ases; in
floe lor all ordinal, latnily i t'.
Full directions lor th varams Diseases accompanying each
box Price 23 cet.ts a box.
THE ORaEFENBERG LTSENTLRY SYRUP,
A speidv and Inlallible remedy In HiarrhojA, Dysentery,
Bloody Flux, Cholera Moibos Cholera Infantu o, and
the Astatic Cholera, if taken with the first ,ymp
tooi, vis: vomiting and disrrhcsA. It never
fills to cure the worst possitile rases of 1 tow
el complaints generally in a few hours,
seldom beyond a day. II is pure
ly VegaUble, sad taken in al
Bioat any quantity is perfectly haimlesa.
CRJEFENBURJ GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT"
Invaluable for Burns, W'oun Is, Sp'a ns, thdUains, Corns,
Sore. Swellings of all km is, Rheoraau.m, Erysipelas,
Brum hui, rcrolu a, Ulcers, Pains in the Side and
Bwa, immediately re ieved, lnflan ation of th
Bowels, aud for ail cases a her there as
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON,
A certain core fir ProUpsn- Uteri, and f .r tmal ol lh dis
lresii g conipUints incident o Females.
Prepsnd by Dr. THEO. PO.MLU .Y, ol Uuca, solely fcr
th tuse rnherg Company.
THE OTHER GR2EFEN3ERQ MEDICINES ART,
CHILDREN'S PAN '.CK4,
iVER ANI AUUK PILLS,
LlBllVS PlLIC UIMMFNT,
S AUSAPARll.L A COMPOUND.
THE C.n.'.FEtI!UR MANUAL OF HEALTH,
A romplrte h.nd b.. of nie'lW In fur families. Price 2-"
AL.V), the fm..us BED BUU BANE, a certain cure for
ItLgs. Price !&c tor sale by
ALrX. M.cKEMtE, Nashville,
septt and by all Druggists in town and country.
STEWART ft OWEN,
Ne. IT Market street, a few doors below their e i stand, sad
Cell door to W. U.(iurdo A Co,
Copprr, Tin and Surrt Iroia Warts,
rrIEP eonslantly on bsod all kinds of
JV Improved C'MKl.N'll STOVES; also.
Stoves of various kiuds, sus h as Parlor, Hall, It '
luted. It. x, land III pi.u Stoves. AUu,
i proved lual Moves, or all kinds, aaamel- JSr
and Plait XlauU Graa. Caansai or
Job Work solicitesl, and executed with nsatnra and de
patch, r.atherx. tiinseng, Bewewas, Psvtsr and obi Copper
Ut.a la etel.angs for war, Ac
P. We hup eur aad eustosaers wlii r-cember as is
ST. LGUI5 eADVERTlSEMEIiTS.
From tlx Newspaper Adveetljtns: Ajrency of W. 8. SWYM
MEK, . o. U Second Street, 8T. LULId, Mo.
WELCH ft GRIFFITH'S
TTAYING purchased from Mr. Wm. Srothwell his Patent
II Uipht for grinding CIRCULAR and other fcaws, for
which W3 have paid him a large sum, A-D wa AH TBI SOLI
raOMtiTots cr this patkst. We wi.l reaard auy person
giviug iuioruiation of infringements on the same.
This is the only Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
Saw perfi c'ly even in thickness
They will n quire leas U wi'l not heat while running
will aaw smooth s ive lumber and keep an edge longer
thau an v other tawi made and are not liable 10 become
A t our Saw are made from an -xtraqnaUy of C st Steel,
In.p.r.ed ex.res'.v forouroa n u , al mutli higher cost
thau is reneraltt u-d fir !-a.
. .' . V . .. . r ..mKr (hat
''JX " ' 'y?'?"' ZZuZ o
i " " ' u " . "s.7"" Zr ai.l l found
i " i- "
more even and uniform than aiiv feaW in Ue
rfrlrd. r received at our War. house C2 Conpress sU,
Boston. WELCH A LHFlTlld.
An I I y our Aeer.t,
aug20-8m ia Main Street, St. l oills.
Field, DcanUIcc & Co.,
I.fH'UU I I It AM DEAM ItS i?i
PEECE GOOIS FOR
yo. 1S8 Mala M. M. I-ouis., .'Io.
nAVE NOW IN STORE A HEAVY AND COMPLETE
stock t-t Go jds suitable tor the
Al Tl'JIW AM VITEIt SALES
and are prepared to compete w!th any jobbing houe in the
The stock consists in part of the following goods, vix :
T EE 1)8,
SATIN lE CIIINE3,
A K E I S .
Every descrij.tion of
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS' TRIMMINGS.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
jievs nitMsui.x; (.hods.
An i ivitation is hereby respect uliy ext nded to
MERCHANTS, CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS,
visiting the city for the parposenf buving gO"d in thiiline,
to exuniiueoiir sto k belc re making th. ir purchases.
All orders wi I eceivepromtd a tendon.
auglo dawm HELD, BEARPSLEE A CO.
WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTORY.
FR. WALTER. 11. G. B0IIN
WALTER 5t BOHV,
Noa. 31 & 33 Market Street, between Main ft 2d
tT. LOUIS, MO.
CONSTANTLY n hand a turre and fresh assortment .f
all kind-of FANCY CANDIES, which, for Cheapness,
Quality and Vanetv, cant ot be surp ased bv any other es
Uld.shti.ent in the West. marai dswlv
ESrAMJallEI IN 1835.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(.Suyarr to Jrn TtxlJ or Son,)
So. 212ITIAI M lli:i: i , roi. of Jloriiaii.
SAINT L0 IIS. MO.,
Importers and Manufacturers of
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES,
llnlt li Anchor Holtinc t lolls.
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS,
PLANTER OF PARIS,
RIJ BEK BELTING,
Rl'l Mr K 1I'SE,
RUBBER PA( KING,
IRON PK-MiF STAFFS,
Our asssortment of M il
MILL SCIO W'-t,
KEtiL LATINO SCREWS.
M tterial is the lnret In tl.
I mini .V.'ea At present
we have on hnd vral purs o
MILL STONES. Orders promptly filled and all articles war-
aantcd. ioar21 lyl U. k C. TODD A CO.
ejiimki: s.iiv woitiis.
W L F. GAGE ft CO.
tVurrriioin o. HI .fiain Mrcil,
ST. I 411 IS, till.
t f AXI'FATUI;EttS of tverv descrintion of evfra Citt
iM S'tfl Mill, Circular, Fit'. MUi. (. Cut, FU.
Html uml i I fyi'i ; .Sc J" ' , I 'e tiuil I Vk
('(... Trunk SH'itiy, JCuirrH, ltnip' r tin i'e, Spring,
t( c.. l'C.
I s"-"' id Sas repaired and made s goKi as new, at small
t I l.e undersigned have made such improvements, and ar-
rived at sueh f.s-tinn in the tempering and grinding de
partment of their W'oiks, a. d take such pains to procure the
, best quality of -teel, that lln-y can assert, without fear ol
contradiction, (hat their Mia k ol Saws on hand and noa
I being manufacture I, are and v ill be, HOI Oil I r rq na I
t bin superior lo aii) Miaslo in or brought
lo I lii iiiariii I.
i Every Saw sold under tt.eir guarantee will be made goo'
I to U.e pu chasi r, if net found tJ be so on trial.
tuarl.l sl2ta"Iy W. I. F. GAGE A CO.
DR. C. M. JACKSON, FhUad'a.
will rrrBrTPAi.i.r ci ki
IITEB COHPLAIM, DTSPEPSM, JIQDICB, T
CArom'e or Vcrvous Lebiliv, Uitnitt f t4
Jidneyt, and all disease arising from
rdtrtd Liter or Stomach.
Inward Piles, Kull
ces of II oo.l to the
Head, Acidity of the Moro
ach, .Nausea, Harlburn, Disgust
for Fond, Fullness or we-ght in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Hukmg, or ,
Flutte ing at the Pitof the Stomach,owim
mil g of the 1L ad, Hurriel and diflicult breath
ing, I'lutteiing at the Hrart,Cboakins:or Suffocating
Sensation when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots of Webs o. fore the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head. D. fluency ol Perspiration, Yel- i
luwness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the j
Side, B.o k, Cheat, Limbs, Ac. Sud
den Flushes of Heat, Bun ing '
lu the Head, Constant Im
aginings nf Evil, and ',
grwat Depression t
of Spirits. !
Tt Proprietor, in ca'l.n the attention of the public ta .
this preparation, doe so with a feeling f the utmost conn .
dene in its vntues aud adaptation to tli diabases fur which i
It is no new and untried article, but on that has stood :
th test of a ten years' trial before Ihe Amera an people '
and its reputation and sale at unrivalled by any similar I
(in-ir.iiu.i. rai.ni. in testimony lii lis favor give by
the in st prominent and w.ll known Pbysici.us and Indi
viduals, la all parts ol the country, is Immense. The follow.
Ing from yur own State, is re-pt-rtfully stibmifed. referrin
auy wii.i may alill doubt, to mr "Memorabilia," oi Practice I
Rereijit IUhjS, bir Faimers and Faimlia, io be lud g talis, I J
Piiunpal OUlie and Manufactory, i Arch street. Phila
Testimony from Tennessee.
Dr. It. B. Scarborough, Dover. Tenn., Aug 2S,1S." says:
"I have sol i all the German Hitter yoa have sml ne, and'
if the preparation continues to do as mweh font as it ha
doue. It will be the best medicine ever sold h're.
L. Snodgrasa, Srta, Tenn. August So, I xM, says : "l am
Jileased to stat tlial your tierman Hitters has nvea saUs
artion In every in-laoee where II has been u ed."
B. T. llollitis, Hillsborou, h. Tenn August TU, IsiJl, aays :
"I aa pteaswsl to slate that lb Oermau hitlers hve given
general sati (action "
Dr. P. Fatio A Bro., Knoivillle, Tnn, th April, 1851,
aid: "Your Bitters at now suiting very fast, and every
person that bas smI it,sotar as w bar beea abl to learn,
ha een benefited "
J. W . Franklin A Co., Gatlatln, Tenn., Pecember SO.l-iM,
ssid: "The new firm will want more of your Bitters soon,
as on of Ibe partners thins s it is a gmst mestKin.
R. H. Hardy. BoHvar, Tenn., September 13, 1M, said:
"1 her is grsutl deniaod lor your b. Iters here; pieaa send
another hit soon."
They ar .ariasxT vaomsia, free from all injurwau lo
rrwiben's, always tren,then the system, and BiVer pruo
S-dd in Nashville by BERRY A PEMOVUJ.lt. II. 0. SCO
VEX, FWIN BRti'' and O W. HENPEHSIIi'TT, and by
Dealer in Vednine and (tor, keepers vverjwlxr.
U'ltOt Cill I
from S to sj
for sal by
V M'llil S-CSk'g Wrought Spike,
Inche , rare.vrd by steamer . rsg 1, and
f.i.'ll l l MOKKV.
s T. I lilt 11 ti: d and uah r P.,,juh.
eoived and fur awl by D. D DlCbkY,
tfil e. 3 CoJe street.
l-'ASIllOJVS I'Oll FALL, 1855.
CLOAKS, TALMAS-AND MANTILLAS.
WILL Introdue for the inspection of Southern and Wes
tern Merchants, on the 1st of August, his usual large
variety of goods in his line,
EMBROIDERED VELVET MANTLES,
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
PLAIN VELVET MANTLES, Richly Trimmed,
COMBINATION OF VELViT AND MOIKh ANTIQUE,
The buyer of the undersigned having Just returned from
France he is enabled to offer th most extensive assortment
of style of any oiher establishment in the country, all of
wh.cn, by spec al contract with the Paris Manufactures, are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion as the only publisher of regular monthly Fashion Plates
n Harier' and Jodey's Mar.iaines should be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select from his stock.
51 Canal Street, ft 63 Lispenard Street, K. York.
Principal entrance SI Canal itreet. Second Manti U Siore
West of Broad way , r outh side. augi 3m
' v7jACKSOX cV so-v "
GRATE AND FENDER MAKES S,
246 Front Street and 930 Broadway, NEW YORK.
ISAAC E. PLATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old estab
lished manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all sixes, suitable for windows of stores
and dwellings. Show Cases, Coach lamps, Kail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse,
7J Murray SlrccI, IV cw York.
AMERICAN PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
riHE Subscriber having taken the agency of the shove
A. Company, is now enabled to furnish their Rough Plate
Glass, for sky'ights. Floor-tiles and Pavements, of a quality
supeiior to the importel article, and at much lower rates.
JOHN B. PLATT,
jyl7 3i.i 19 Murry street. New York.
IlUrSLkLI.Pi.XG II AUU WAKE.
PICOT ft SH0TWELL,
AND JOBBERS OF ENGL
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
IIOISE lI RMMIIMi IIAUDWAltE,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
INVITE the attention of SOUTHERN and WESTERN
1 MERCHANTS to a LARGE AND VERk' EX1E.V1VE
ST00K OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE.
Cutlery of e' ery description;
Silver Plated Ware: Jspanneryt
German Si ver and lliit.mnia Ware
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
I ronzed, Cipper and Brass oods;
Tea Trays, rire Iron, Fenders, Wire Covers:
Bronsed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac.
Our tock comprises everv article in our line of hnsiness,
all of which we will sell to tie iers at the VERY LOW EST
Pull ES FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPER. Goods or
der .-d by lel'er will be selected with great care and despatch,
an 1 pnt up in the best manner
PICOT A PHOT WELL,
No. 6-5 Maiden Lane, New fork.
PIP R. Also, manufacturers of a very superior artie'e of
aled Spoons and Forks. j- 9 tim
COM UN, V.WS A!VI FAM'Y I.OOOS.
10 I'ark Placs-s w Yorli,
INVITrS tl e stten'.ion of Southern and Western Mer
. chants to his new stock of Fiins, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticulis, Perfumery, Soaps, Porte
Monnaies, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book-, Dress
Buttons, rins and Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads, Necklaces, c. lnoia Rubber
Combs, Canes, Balls and Toys of every description. Scis
sors, Raiors and Cutlery. Gold andt.ilt Jewelry, Arcor
deons and Violins, Including a gem ral and very large stia-k
of Engli b, French and German Fancy Goods whii li will be
sold at the very lowest prices Tor t AsBor appruvbo Pafkb.
Orders bv let'er selected and put up In the be t manner.
WILLI A M TASKER, 10 P nk Place, New York.
P. S. Dense cut this out. my!S dly
THE II EST IIAIIt IlE.
DR. 0. M BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high
est premium at the World's Emk and Amrkican Issti
Tt'TK. where it was esannned by the Distinguishkd Chkmists
Dr. Chu.tom and Prof. John Tiiaaar, ami pronounced the
BhST. For sale bv the principal Druggists in this city
Price (1. Principal Otlice and Store, Nos. 41)8 anil 500
BROADWAY. New Yoik. maril-ly
JO. G. BROWN,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
43 College Street, N iSHViLLE, TENN,
MY stocV of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, r Is now very
cnnipb te, having red ived Ire-h supplies, selected by
one of the firm in erson, vix: Lubin's, liazin's and Mit. hel's
Extracts, American Tinct. and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Soaps: Hair an I Tooth Brushes, in every style: Pil
lur's and L1 bin's Sichets; AromaticChrystals; China, Metal
and Glas' Puff Boxes, several new styles: Shell Con bs, large
stock Also hive on hand Indigo, Madder, White Leal,
Linseed Oil, Tunentine, Ac, 0 je9
fTIIE Conartn-Tship he-elofore exi ting undi-r the firm
A style of BROWN A ORLBUS, is this d ty dissolved bv
rt.utu I consent Jo. G. Baows is alone auth iiis -d to use
the name of the Arm in liquidation. Ac.
Jn.-mi G. BROWN,
Nashville, June 6, le55. W. B. OUUBUS.
HATIN'O pu chased the entire Int-rest of tr. W. B.
Gk.Chbs, w II continue the DRUG BUSINESS as for
mrrly, ut the old stand, where he will be pleased to see his
fi tends, Aj., Ac No ii Col e,te street. JeS
I'ltll.a TACICEE larg si.K-k, sel-cted bv
one id the firm, consisting of !! il inc l.iiurr"
i k lllolik plain aod on Snoo is; a'so. Aberdeen,
Gravet.iben an I common Limerick Ilook; a sp'endid as
sortment of Lines cable laid Silk and S-a Grass, spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4: Floats of every va
riety Reels. Jointed Rods, t'learing Rinirs, Flv Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac. In short, can supply those who ran appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every thing they may need to tlie
success, ul prosecution of this useful raring.
JO. G. BROWN,
.0 4 i College f.
Iji iti: .moo;ahi:e w iiikv bM
of the above, ;ust received, of prim q'tali v. Sold to
us for six yeais old. JO. U. BROWN,
J.9 4d Colleee st.
o i om: a a
I E 2,5'sl piece Stone Ware, consisting
t. ot Jars, Churns. Jugs, Milk Pans, fu ter Crocks, ire, of
, t u t.
every size, just received
43 College st.
1)OUTI It AU SCOI'fTI AEE-Constantly
on ha.nl, Barclay, Perkins A Co's celebrated Iindon
Porter and Mein'sSoouh Ale. JO.G. BROWN,
je9 43 College street.
1)1. A III. SrAHI'll 2 boxes of a very superior
article of Siarcn, luat received ny
JJ. G. BROWN,
e 4S College St.
I7OII J rMJi:i-100 lbs Isintflass, Sheet and Shred.
V Also, 1 gruce Spirkling Gelatine; ! upuy's Extract of
Vanilla, Ac. J.G.BROWN,
je9 41 Cot'eire St.
GOEI I'OIE-Abbey 1 Son's Gold Foil constantly on
hand. JO. O. BROWN.
jta 41 College street.
CO'MiHI'SS YV AT E It Constantly receiving, di
rect troui Saratoga. Also, Empir Water.
JO. G. BROWN,
e9 4-i College st.
4JPEUM AMIS WAX CAMIU.I.S-1U boxes
i Sperm and Wax Candles, this da received by
JO. G. BROWN,
43 College street.
EE! IIES 1.000 3wedih Leeches on hand and for
J sale by JO O. BRoWN.
Je9 4.1 College St.
1AIIO Ol E lObbls. No.l lrd OH on hand by
J JO. O. BitOWN,
jr9 4 rVst'eir .
HAVANA I'l.AJf EOT 1 Ell V.
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY!
By Authority o' th .tale of Georgia
a7J aeon, a '
Myitis IXlTTEtY l conducted oo th p an r. th Royal j
J Lotteiy o' llavanv. ol wngle numbers, and urivs al j
CONCERT HALL, Matoo, It un.ler ihe en s-rin-
trndence of Cd OEO U. L'H.AX and J AS. A MSHST,
Grand Scheme for October 15, l-ii, when Pr.sei sausai
Will b distributed as follows:
t Pr'se of
1 & 0
5 is si
of tl W 1
of l ia
of I talis
of S3 Is
ti ApproxiasaUoa Prises
&01 Prixew, Araoanlinc ttGO,JOO.
Only 10.000 Numbers.
Irtrj Prise drawn ataach drawing, and paid, when du.
In full, without deduction. Orlis strictly eonfl Jrnt.al.
Ir a wings seal to wr let. Registered letters al asy riaa .
Bilis on all solvent Bnrs at pr.
TickeU tlO, Halves 13, Quarters 82 SO.
Ad.li, jAUU P. MINTE8, Manager,
rp'itt tJ Mas-oa, tia,
I."OH S. EE Seven Lot situa'e-l in Edged, hi, Irani
' Ing on lb H Kile's Creek Turnpike, O.is id of Camp
beir storw; all enclosed. Th abu pirny is wU situ
ated cltnsr for buinca or rwi.atnee. Tvrs y. Ea
qr of ft. A. iiALLOWR, A.lI,
scprl M. 17 Ds4rri sArewt.
1 PrUeaf 15.0o0
1 do 4 test
1 di 1,1'
10 s of Wit B,as.
1.1 do of 1Y0 is 1
7d do of Nl ta 8 5-0
IfiRFgr soarUI prm srta r WI1FAT, C0EN aad
'piTE Public are respectfully Informed thai LYONS A CO
X still c intinue selling their celebrated C holer a ss sad
Diarrhea Preventive-, (from the efT-cts of whicb
so many last year reaptd rreat enmfort and reluf.) by the
Gallon, Bottle or Glass. As preventives are always better
than cures, we strongly recommend all to use it. he Piajr
supt.lied without cha-ee, if accompanied with a p.aciisms
Doctor's certificate. Private Families particularly, -bould
have a bottle of this ar.ic in the house, is case of etner
geocr. LYONS A Ca,
wtyl 19 Cedar strset.
CORNER 0? DEADERICK ST. AND THE SQUARE,
JS now supplied with a SUPERIOR STOCK OF GOODS
and ready to wait upon ail who may fevor him with a
A RIcU Asaortmont of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
A L WA. YS OX If A XD.
STi: El. It Viiti Y Tilt K-l X, 1 3-16 and IX Steel
Bng-y Tire, just received and for sale by
D D. DICKEY,
ep2l 0 No. 3 College street.
E. X, CAItU &, CO.
1S8 Pratt Street,
A CI'KIi rtlU IIAltO TIMES
A NO the Rotd to Wealth at E. N. CARR A CO'S, Ex
I X. changt- and Lotiery Broker's, the great Pi ite sellers of
the Maryland Lotteries, who have, during the last six
months, sold fevi ral Capital Prizes, besides a large numr.er
of smaller ones, amounting in the aggregate to more than
one hundred thousand dollars. And convince yourself by a
sing: trial thit the great road to wealth is to pnrcba.se a
icket of the lucky and Ur-famed prise sellers,
E. N. CARR A CO.
Choics Selected Schemes for October, 1855,
Bel-Air, Class 45, for OctoW 9,13 S -Scheme.
1 Prise of t o,ots i prise of 10,l 0 1 Phxe of f 6 000
1 do - sl.SsS lu do I.txm Ac, Ac.
Tickets (3- Share in propoition, CertihVale of a pack
age of wholes r.),hilves 1 quarters lly.
Fatup co. Class liH, lot Oct. 19, IS.' tH-heme.
1 Prixe of .tS.INM) i p, aK tf $ 1mm i priM of ,vo
1 dn 150 1 do 137.' 0 100 do 6o
64 do i. Ac, Aa.
Ti kets 1 Shares in proportion. Certiffcate of package
cf 25 wholes t'6, halves $S, quarters f.
Ws.-hington C. unt.r, Cl:iss 31, for Oct. 2?, ltsS Scheme.
1 Priiwol $.'t.9W 6 Prises cf 5,tsi0 Id Pr xesof JIMi'i
10 do l.WHl 10 do 500 25 do V5o
5 do VOO Ao:,Ac
Tickets $3 Shares in proportion. Certificate of package
of it v. holes tli l, h lives fu'1, quarters i3o.
Clas W, for the I eneftt of the Consolidated lotteries, to be
ibawn in the city of Baltimore, M l., on Saturday, Oc.
27, 1S."5 ScUeaie-15 draan ballcti in each package ol
1 Pnze of trm l priie of 20,9i'i
'i do of 1'P 0 are iil Ootl 4 do T5,0f'Oare 2IHKH
8 do o' 2 5i'0 are 2" is-0 1(H do of l.uonare loO.tOJ
tv'J oo or 80ar f lot 700, Ac, Ac.
Tickr's 2'1, h lives f 10. qu..riers j, eiphths ti 5:1.
Certificate, oi a package of 2d wholes ?2b5, halves 1132.30,
qu irters uC .5, eiLhihs Stt 12
All orders are cct.Unet.iial, and the official drawings will
be sent to all wl o order tickets.
H e receive the notes of all solvent, Hanks, or Checks of
Deposit and we rem t in return for Prises, Bank Checks o:i
any place in the Uui.ed : ta es. No ri-k, no gain. A single
package (f tirket-s may draw the f -urhi-'hesl prises.
All letters directed to E. N. CAR'J A CO. will come safely
to hand, and distant correspondent may fe-l sure that 'heir
or. ers will be attend' d lo the same as if they were here
Those al a distance will be particular in naming the post
ofhe, county and St .te.
It has happened that we have made our correspondents
rich lx fore we hac the pleasure of a personal interview. A
i.g e trial may p re you in possessiou of a competency
for die. Please show this to your friend-. TRY I'S ! TRY
L's! Aidless, E. N. CARR A CO.,
.-epl4 No. ISsJ Pratt street, Baltimore, Ml.
KOMDIV A 1) COM ('OUT.
DR. C. W. CR0ZIER'3
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patentei July 11, 1854, and which received the
Premium at the Nashville Fair in October
last Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
'I VIE nnd. r igtied, having repe.iti.1ly len solicited to
X make coiisignaientaof the Patent Camphor W ash Mix
ture, Iihs concluded to sell uo more county tigl.ts in this
St ite, bat will in future have the Improved Camphor Wa h
Mixture put up and distributed thiouulioi; t this Mate (ex
cept in the counties where the rights have been disposed id)
and in the Slate of Alubama. And that he may be enable,
more eff -ctuaily to make this arrangement, he pr. poses to
divide the patent lor Tennessee and Alab.ima into 1,00'
shares, ooe fouitti to be retained, and the rem.iindvr 750
slmres w ill be i ffered for sale. A pel son remitting ten
dollars will have one share in the Patent, to run fourteen
years from July 11, 1654, and ill be at the same time In
vestinir slso five dollnrs to be used in the purchace of the
ingredients, advei Using and tl.e necessary expenditure of
tl.e means to prepare and uisti ilmte the Mixture for sale.
Consignments wid be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other per-ainr. to the amount of t' eir
leniit'ain'e. And they will be allowed a eorami-mioii of S3
per rent on their salts, and alio their proorlion of the
prolits at large.
Annual xhibit of sa'es will be made, and dividends of the
prolits rt-mit'ed to each shareliol er. No debts w.il be con
tracted, nyr will the C. mpauy he responsible for auy, as the
bu-ine s will be conducted upon the c-a.-h system.
Any of tho'e who have purchased patents for counties In
tl i St ite. cm have the privilege of exchanging their righ s
f r thare at the pric they have paid. This exchange will
be made at the cost of tho Patente.
It ir desirable to !ae at least one or more active share
holders in each coont in the S'ntes n ime.l. Sjbscnptions
tor shares will bo rlo-ed by the 1st September next. And
consignments of the Misture will Ii made very soon there
after. Cert fi -utes issued to tuaieliolders, whu will request
the Ageney, i they desire it.
The uuder-igned will act Agent until the shareholders
elect th ee directors to serve oue year, whu will i,av the
m 'n igement until their succes ors shall be elected.
Newspaper- in Moh le, Vontpomery, Tuealo.sa, Hunts
vitle, Tali.idega and Tus. umMa, that wi I pnb.i h this twice
and other .'dvertisements to the amount of ten dollars, and
send one copy, will receive one share. Address,
C. W. CitOZIKR. Patentee.
Je2s Knoxville, Tenn.
El ITI. E GIANT
CORN AND COB MILL.
KIICKMA A i:i.EIS,
AGENTS FOR THE MAKERS.
I X7 E are Agents for s Ring this celebrated Mill, and wij
V con-tiiiitly have on hand a supply of each ul the three
sixes, Nos. 2, Hand 4. al Manufacturers' pra-es.
Al-o, limey's Patent Straw Culler and Corn Shelter
sei3-lra K1KKMAN A ELLIS.
NOW I. ISIHMJ- A.) bags Prim Baltimore Coffee;
loo dox assorted Pickl-'s;
i half pipe pure o d Cocnsr B'sndr.
sep2"i .EYMjL'lt, FANNING A CO.
UTE are under wsy again, and will be pleased to serve
our friends io any thing they ni:y want In ti e Fur
niture line. (octH j GKOOMrS, NANCE A CO.
ri'vT it i:cei vi:i
I 6 i b'ds Ci'U hed and I'ow leresi Sugars;
8 i hh la Wh te Chrystalis -I do;
3 i box 'a douhl Itefln.d loaf do;
this Laiiiuiore Kenned do.
sepJ5 gtYMOUR, FANNING A CO.
i. Mlllll -ln
boxes low pi iced Vlnrinla T barevi;
8o do celebrated " 'unfile" do
10 do "Pride of Virginia'' do
'-'0 do Palm, tto Twist do
100! Spani-h an I American Cigars;
lot) il. c. botes Sardine,
SI I. his Nuts, assorted;
bags each Pepper, Spire an-' Ginre.
SepA SEVMOUR, kANNTNO A CO.
10 bales No. 1 l'snburr:
200 kegs Pur and No. I WM'-11. For sate low.
ep25 PKTMOUR, FANNING A CO.
FOR THE LADIES RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
LADIES' Super French Heeled Gaiters;
Congre. Heeled Bo its;
" " Browi Congress Gaiten.
A few d en pairs of th latest style rd wry hand ome,
ml rpeiMjdty JOUN RAMAtiC,
Sep-. H 41 Cullegw It.
r A DIES' Bmwn French Toilet Slippers;
J - line Black Kid ti ppers, Plain and Trimmed,
opened this d jJ JuUN KOI ttit,
ep.'3 41 College st.
(a'jin I'assajc to Art? York 20.
UNITED STATES MAIL LITE.
The new and Splendid sido-wherl steamships
KOX IEEE,15"tons Capt. C. D. I.idlow,
Vl CI ST.t, 1500tons Capt. T. Lros,
wEOUIIIAs 13owton Capt. W. 8. Wos tCU
AEA1I.1MA. 1a1toni Capt. G. R. Pcstasca,
Will l.ruve Savnnnali
EVERY WEDXFSDAT ASD SATURDAY.
T1ii-e shi are among tho largest on Ihe coast, ansur
passed in spessd, safety or com tor I making their pansage to
5" to SO hours, and ar roRKaandesl by skillful, careful and
potit cttirers. Having elersut stat-m sot-o aiotalioaa,
Uiey offer a isosl dewirabt oouvvyanc t. Nw York.
Caliin paasar .. I-O.
Steemg paasag -
Aeau: " PADELFORD. FAY A CO., Savanaah.
BtM'L L. MITCH ILL, 1 Broadwav.
,.g W.w V-k
Uc4.lt Els I cV CA II. 'lit II ILL,
AND LANCSCAPZ GARDEN ERA,
Thr . rfa U-. city, n the II. WU-o' Turnpu,
UAY. krsal Frwil TreOr Virsea. Iver t-V.
ltrwl a-d Oraaauulal Tresss. bbrwAss, lis-,
Cr-sUas plant, US Oraji: lew baatt-o, . V j
Gardrw lakl out w re eUcltrw. lsop to rxjer ds
" PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURED
TwtaRR ANTED to stand 10 per cent more flrejf ' s
I V than any Herring's afes in use, and sold at I n ,
the san-.e price. Als,-, Iron Shutt. rss,xash I SI t-sj
and loors tor Itank taullw and a"
Mon st. Abo. Patent Slate- l ined lis-iriff-r
rutors, alt warrant, d as gwst and cheap as any in the
counter, by EVANS A WATSON, N . 26 South 4:h street,
Philade phia. Pa. Hal 's PaU-ni Pcwder Proof Locks, and
tl the rs-'ebrated lecks fnixifhed when required. W. C.
LILLAKD is authorized to rciev orders, ai.d make sales ol
the above. my5 ly
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A
Therb has lorttr; escistcd a public demand fur an
effective purgative pill which could be reliesl on as
sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This haa
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of it's virtue has conclusively shown with
what success it acconipli.shes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all pill one which should have
none of the obiwtion, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public derision. It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is not. Many of thrra produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
thpm. These fill produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
veptrtnblf, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily enred by them, wt
mav mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
and Loins ; for. in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient thev atfurd prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness. Tiles, Colic, lysenter)', Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body.
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is reiitiirrd.
Thev have aKo produced some singularly sur-ee-ssful
rtites in Kheutnalistu, fjout. Dropsy, OrueI.
F.rysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart. Tains in the
hack. Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the sprinc of the year, to ptnify the blood
and prt'f.'ve the system for the change of seasons'.
An (H-easioiial dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy actionand restores the appe
tite and vigor. Tliey purify the blood, and, by theii
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
Tate the strength of the body, and restore the
wc.sted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists ; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too f;ir,
as eery purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when Liken to excess. The thousand cases in which
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better ptiqmse than any thing which has)
hitherto lieen available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need oi a
cathartic medicine, lit ing sugar-wrapped they are
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable. n
harm can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Boa.
JAMES C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Cliciiii.t,
Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Eoxes lor SjL
For the rapid Cure of
OK. IIS, (OLDS, II01RSEXESS,
I'KOIT. ASTIliIA, AD
This remedy ha won for itself such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the held of its use
fulness, and so numerous the cases of it cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming atid even desperate diseases of th
lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where its virtues art
known, the puli'ic no longer hesitate what antidot
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our c'.imnte. And not only in formidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties
of Colus, Covtiits, Hoarseness, Ike. ; and for
Chii.dkk x it is the plcasuntet and safest medicine
that ran he obtained.
As it has long been in constant use throughout
this section, we need not do more thau sssure the
people its quality is kept up to the Wit that it ever
Las bceu. aud that the genuine article is sold by
BERRY A DKMOVll.t.E, W h desa r, Nas'iville, and Re
tail by BKOWM A GitUflKS, Na-hvillr; and Sold by all
dealers in medicine in every town in Tennessee.
NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF JCUSIC.
No. 14 Vine Street, Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLFS HESS AND HENRY WEBER.
"I "DEPARTMENTS The Sy-tem of In-true i..n adopted for
A.J this Aclemy is th same as th it p.irsue I In the Royal
A a lemy in Pai is, and con prises five lb partments, via:
Piimary, p.'eshman. Sophomore, Junior, and Senior; lo
which is ad le i a Kecsptiul t.oi Departm, nt, des.ned for
those whu inu nd to adpt Mn-ic as a pi of ssion.
TERMS PER SESSION.
PSIM tKV D rsBTMSNT 2d 00
Jive le -oik a week, one daily, Saturday txcepiasi.
rrsna OvpsaTwr.sT J. Oo
Four les-oiis a week, Monday, Tuesday, i nuraday
Sc-rnowiiTts DsriRTvivsT .. SO 00
Tluee lessons . ne we. k, Monday, Wedned iy aDd
rid iv. the succerdiijg week Tuesday and Thursday.
JOMoa DKriBTHKST , 85 00
Lcs-ons same in n imber aud in davs as in Hi
Frstioa PrrAarnstT 40 00
1st les-ons a week. Monday aud Thursday.
IlaxuriTi'iATiox DsfABTMraT - CO 00
larson ilailv, S 'turday excepted.
rr l B 0f foregoing Department, th Piano and
Guitar are Ihevnly instruments taught.
All tuition fee due on the entrance of th pupil.
one lesson a week in Sacred Mu-ic given io all pupil fr
Norharr will b made fur like us of Instrument. Jlnsie
. .1 . II u. . . : a 11 A-afa JA
" in lV,!,,. ,n --'e- - vai ia) i Scrwlula, aiuptions on the Skin. I.iv-r Duease. I
i, .ii.-, .i.t. ... errs, Wal sores. Affections ol th Kidness, L'lsea.-
s i .i,i J .kIvi.i; snnt. I Taroal, Female Comiilai'ita, Pains and Ac'. ing of
. ' " ' . and Joint, are all H--iily put to fl.got by using
Cl.noo-t, sc., two evening, a week. IS 00 inr,,lm-uj, nJ. F
g?" All tuition fee due on the entrance of th pupil. I
an.1 Slu le Book lurmsbril grati to In pupil, who win o ; the skm clear and beallhy, and restore lit Commotion,
permitted lo retail ihemaa their own props rtyal th ckaie lsVebsrd by diao r brokro dowo by ik x;esM ol
of the session. . j Aith, lo lu prsslin vr and slrrngfn.
f'upils wilt be received at any time, and rhary.d Irons th j y, th Ladies, it ia inanparably better Iban all fbw en.
pertsl they ;;tr to th cl of th sssaiost. Th attend- melius ever usrd. A few ihmi of t'saraa' Srsab-al Mixrra
ance of pupi a will be rronred during lh kssson only. J sr.!, rsmors al. allrwnea of complexion, bring th rows
Ihe AcadrmirYearw.il be divided into i wo sessions; t h j sawn ding lo the rbeek, g'w rlosticity to th saep, and ios
one Comuienring on the rd Momray In September, and cl- pre thegeawial besuih ns a rssaai kaii degree, beyood all
I ns on the last FrHlay ia January, the other eommenrln oa I the eJcior ever beard e'.
he 1st Mouday in I tbrua j and eiosi. g oa lb arst Friday I Th hsrg numnre of eeitiflrste whk-k we hav received
in J '"e. I from parsous fnita ail pans ot thw United tataw, w to
t f Pupil lm rust I to their ear shall rereivorhw al i .vhUocs- that there is n . Hu t. but alsout iu T h pres., hotel
wntion, aa J if unweasSed awlihjbT en Ihe psulof th in- keepers, m.g'Mrirs, pfivss-i.na, and public at, wt soown
s lructr c.ti avail, they shall aolfail lo attain l- clevasest ;
Sl andard f proflcieo- y to stm t Uie may asp.r.
Appik-atiun to be made on or siler the 1st da of ScptoBV
er, at tlie Ac ten y aegil -Sjti
GRISWOLD'S COTTON GINS.
'PIIK suswserWr being agent for the sal of Ike abov gins, !
1 will seep a supply hand, of ruroiso naoistrs as suui s ,
... , .
These gins have Ihe erar. tir of Baking good 'Int. gln
diog faster, running hghter, cleaning tb sesnl better, taking
out suor ishmU aa t.n od bvtng box wioe durable
aad set-are againsl fir, tian ar y wther gm now io and
are Jer I on terms sor asl.auUgeou to th psiiwusssrr.
Thr most salislactory rrferrnsr caa b given lo taWk
thi reputation, which lhv ar a!-s w iiiiiTU lo maintsio
a trial if awl aceurdsng lo lh dirsscuoa -eni with rss-h.
,elif ki.T. YkAIViASi.
I 'If AT long h d for and aaxMKMly aa:ie pvted I
1 of I"olj-f. Maauiactavvd spr-ly fcar w,
is r i
Ori red and I f sale tf
LYONS A CO..
IS Cedar SUs.l.
rl - r
New Book oa Missions.
CYCLOPEDIA OF MlS-loSS: Containing a t vw-beo-i
v. isw uf Miw'issr; epwrslaso lbrwvtMSl tho
WorlO. Web Ue-'Krap'wcal piwsisawd se asois of to
roci.l, Mjf il aid tvcbgi-HUCvoditiua of ikcpwrplw. Ut A.
lb. aUeniM of C erxys of m'l ArskJswMf'SM Is in
si.rd lo tb sUjov aark. Fur saw by
CUAkXaJl W SMITH,
e 9 at 41 L'av4 strest.
KC2IEST, GLOVES, U.
Cr rwcivd aUrgstoek of Whiu. Brwwo aad Faoet
octorwd CssUoa, .. air Usa Thi .ad, k UsassJuk-sw
tUiro A A HBO I T,
RAILROaDS & STAGES
NASHVILLE CHATTAXOOjA RAILROAD
C1IAMME or St III". 1)1 EE.
after Sund.iv next, the 22d Inst., two
fS and aP.er Sund.iv next, the 22d Inst., two Daily Pas-
sender Trains will be run to and from Chattanooga, as
Leave Na3hvi'lr, day Train, at T.30 A.
Chatunooea at 4.20 P. M.
M., arriving at
Leaves Nashville, niitht Exprews, at 6.3 P. M, arriving
at Chattanooga at 6 30 A. M.
RETURNINiJ Leave. ChaVanoga, day Train, at S.45
A. M, arriving at Nashville at 6 P. M.
Leaves Chattanooga, night Espres, at .3f P.M., arriving
at Nashville at 6 M A. M.
tfT" The Accommialation Train ! and from Wartrace
will be discontinued a'lcr this daf as al ove.
jy-2t U. 1. A.NDERSON.SnpX
TENNESSEE AT5D ALAB AHA RAILROAD.
COLr.VIDIA XV A ESJIORO, JACKSOX,
eai;kax;e ami .viE.rii'iiis.
SPLF.NDT3 Four Horse Coaches from Fianklin to La
grange, coune. ting at those points with the Railroad lo
Tusciimbia. Ilorcttcc and.n nisTomcry,
Alu.. and Aberdeen, (eliiuibuw
and Canton, 71 i.
The fine Four Horse Cosich Lines to these points, sre all in
exe llent order, making a close coanelion with the RaiiroaU
at Franktin, Tenn.
Express Train larej tlie Depot at
Pulaski and Elk Ion,
And to all places tbrouithout the Ss.ulliern country.
We have spien lid Hues ruauiug, conne.-ting wilh th Rail
road at Fi aitkltn.
1'nlns.ki nnd I.lkton.
Will leave Nahvilie on tl.e 2 o'clock, P. M Train. Monday.
Wednesday and Fnd: y.
ACCOM nilDA I Idv Ll
leaves Nashville daily at 9 o'clock, p. M., ronnerting at
Franklin with a Daily Four 11 .-e Omth Line toC. lumnta.
For all inform ition, through Tick -s, Ae apply at the Gen
eral Railroad, Stage and Ouiuibus otlice. No. 24 Csabir street
oppo-tte the Prst Offi.-e.
N. B. Ummbuies i.lct'd Rr pas en errs inanvpsitof
the city. . naij ii
FROM NASHVILLE TO jfEW ORLEANS
THItOI I. II I lk H DAIS.
tIA Chattanoo-s, A'l nfa, and West Point to Montgome
ry ty Kailio.id. ll Set to this pu n' to be ha, I ,v.
General Staire OtKce, opposite tLe Post WIMce, and al the be
pot. Price tlti U.
From Montgomery to Mobile by a double daily line (morn
ing and evening! ot staitesand steamtioiits, connecting the
steamers ironi thence lo New Orleans.
H. I. ANDERSON.
marl t tf Cener:il Suo'l N. A C Kadrosd.
"a"- 1 " - s ass ss 11 J
HATES ICE II I ( Ell.
Ii'OMthe l.'.th In-taut, b th. 1st of June lh rate, of
Freight from Charleston and Savannah loNashvibe will
be as follows: .
I 1 IIST CLASS.
Books and S ationtry. Boots, SUor. and Hats, Bottled Li
quors and Oils.
Catnphine and Spirit Turpentine, in casks and barrels;
China, tilass and Glass War., Cig rs In cases. Clocks.
Confectionery, cutlery in boxes and rases, Dry Gurds ia
boxes and bales.
Iruii, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Ganlen See-Is
Looking Glasses and Loi. king Glas Plates, "at owner's
oysters in cans and jars, Saddlery, Tin W are, Teas and
Spices, V list It s. t lv
Hardware, "except Cullery," Heavy Castings and Sla
chtnery. Foreign I iquors in barrels or pipes. Cordage, Tubas-co ia
boxes Carrnute Spnns and Axles, Leather in rolls and box
es. Oils in barrels or casks. Crockery and Queensware, ia
crates and casks. K.ce, Zinc, Whiting, Plaster of Paris 'ir
V t0 lbs. $
SPECIAL II A l i s.
Boxes, Furniture. Piano Fortes, Carriage, "boxed," and
other iiaht anieles, not . numerated. Aio, Carhoyr of Acids
will be taken at actual Height, bul charged di uble. Is rlasa
rates y Halt's. (
All artichs not enumerated, to be charged at rates of an
alogous arti les.
From 1st June to 1st of Deeenbr, they will b ehanfe.1
1st Cass as above, per Its) lbs si
11 1 oo
Special rates " u " !
Merchants sliipp ng from the Eastern citie will find thi
t ne cheap. -t, as ell as the mo.-t eXeditious unite Freights
trom New York and Ph.lade pl,,a to Charleston and Savan
u h, ranges from 6 to 13 reu s per cubic foot, according lo
class and character of vessels.
As the Railroad Comit:ies at Charleston and Savannah
have discontinued the Ueceiv nj and Forwarding of Mer
chandise, it will be necessvy to consign to Commi.-sion Mer
chants at tho-e points.
Shippers may rely upon a strict adherenre to the above
'ate. 11. I. AN DKRSON, Sup't
janll tf N. A C. K. R.
si'fcia E !orici:.
No shipments entitled to tli above rates unless each and
every package has the name of the Depot of delivery and
the initial. IS . A C. K. K. plaiuly marked upon it. '
U. I. A.
FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON AND
ON and after this date, the Articles as ennmerated below,
will be sen' through to Charleston and Savannah at th
pi ices MB xi d lo ea. h ar ti'-M-:
Tooacro, hhds., phi Es...
Pork in bbls., s lis' B s
aggicg and Rope, V 1 1 U lbs
1. ANDERSON, Sup't
N. A C. Railroad.
TENNESSEE AND ALAB 43IA RAILROAD
CPES TO THOMPSON'S STATION.
ON an I after Tl ursd-y, Augu t l' i l. trains will run be
tween N uhsilla and Thompson's Mitiuo, as fallows :
.MOIt l ; Tit A I V.
Iives Nashvnle at 6 Jo A. M.; arrives at TTiompson's at
tl A. VI.
RETURNING leaves Tnompson's at 9 45 A. M ; arrives
at Nauh ville at I'i aj a. M.
leaves Nashv.lle at 3.15 p. M , arrives al Thompson's!
Kl I URNIVG Leave Thompson's at 9. IS P. M arriv
at Ns -h-.l a at 4.- P. M.
Oo Sund-y 'h- Murnn g Trsin on'y wi'l be run, leaving
Na.hvi.l at I A. M., an J rh.mtson'. at S 45 A. M.
tf" Al Tfivmps. u's tli Stages of Carter, Thomas aad
Ilou h conne. t wi h the trains.
Through Ti. ket fbr MEMPHIS WAYNESBORO JACK.
SON, Ti etUwBU. FI.O.CENCK. I I I.ASKI and COLUM
BIA, ran br pr ocured al the General Staetirn-. under th
Verand ,a HoUk A. ANuEhsON,
u'-" K. Eng. and Supt.
" - . J
CAUTi:U'S MM. MM! .IIXTEltE.
The Great Purifier of the Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
Let th Af.Ktfl E.tnl nmf Pomltr.
An In'illil le Reinedy lor Scruf ila, King's Evil, Rhenmat tm
Ot.si.nnt- Cutaneous Frui tions, Piinpla or Ho. tales oa
the Fare, Blotehe", Boils, Ague and Fever. Chrome Sie
Eves, Ring Worm or Tetter,. -caM Head, FnUrgement and
I'sji of the Bones aud J .inls, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitae
Disorders, Lumbaro, hpinal Complaints, and all Inseases
arising from an InJ idicious Use of Mercury, Imprudence
io uie.or iirMirity of ine nuxsi.
f I ,HlS great alter, live me-ls iue an I Purifier of lb Blood
X is aow s el bv Itinusands nf grateful patienta trow all
parts of the United Mate, who trifr da ly to th remark'
abl rare performed Ibe fr'ate-t f a'l rie-bcmea, "CAR
Tat'n SI AMSlt MIXTUliV." Neuralgia. Kbeumabsm.
For all disease of Ihe Blood, nothing has yet been a .nod
to eoenpsr with it. It clvan.es the sjr.tr' of all impurities,
act gently and efficiently on Die lv-e anl Kidney,
strength. its ih Dleata.B. nvea too to th Stomach. maA.ew
to th- rommunity, all a M tneir te-tuwony lo ih woaskrrtul
eSVcUof tMaOUkAF rlUSjl) Pl RlrUat.
C I a th Aoaar and ret a Clrewar and Alwsaase, aad
ead Hi aonderiul cur .hi truly f ntalost of all snsslann
Sow. genuine unkra sirsed BFNNFTT A BFERS, Proprisv
inra. yj, 8 PsMrl strrsH, UavkmoDd. V ; to whom all order
ior soppl'ea aud agenrte motmt w sklrtw1.
Ail f'sr s.i bv W. F. Git A Y and K. W. DAXDRJDOI
Mhvillr, and y Deafer in Mcd.cae gtocrally.
as ar I is d irtw a w 1 y
ON I UUNDltCD Thoo-aod Itss. Bacosu
IO bMa. Lard, for wbis-si 1 w.B pay U kl(HM
sa.rk.t wrxw Ma rti or psnnat. Abas, Fsssthera, Waol,
kwewa, TalWw, 4,.neag, and Bags. e (a .srbaiv r
cmm-".. fi-l i HI aril A wi'KKSsiN.
aoer. a ouasaix
t-'asa. a aaxocsi.
Excelsior Uharr Coat.
SMEELEY, M'CONNELL L CO,
COMMISSION AND FORWARD LNO KESCHA5T3,
AOt t All, KY.
If .al i
4 repeiful'y Inttrta Merokaa' or FArpper
w ar now Keeetvieg and FwrHt.f tsowsl
fcwsw sm of Ut Urges! ar tf test W WI Istli f 1M W a.
Iws wlwksMOwoiar'yaw. JeSO dly
4. II It I EH I
a'V Sbe Wrs.S'rsw Culler, Ckter Nraia MiiaCkajraa
Fssusiag llifls UnsJiUii Rat.rs, tsraaa sswrw. siur) '
Powers, I w. Pwwpa, steal Ca'.arr aud Gnsatsrw, olsso
Ml a t , -,a baad asl Kt as y
D. d. Dicsrr.
kuttS (W slewsl, St.iUa.
EV ilUIEU I'EAlHESwaaled by
D. D, D1CKIT.
sarsV its J
.(.! siaUrt ssrvaa. '
SI Sil . twa-ST.jat
k'. li Cvdaj street.
as) W. I eaags) sUswA, Bani!t
iy WUi . DAaNkJvivui I