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NASHVILLE. TENN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31; 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3483-
" 'flu CA s--s, IR! -Aw !
DAILY TRUE WHIG.
wimm sun rrni.rnHirn t
B. R. McKEXME AND GEO. B. BROWN,
rwnrs tt. fikm or
B. E. McKEKIflZ ft CO.
OFFICE O IIEAI'ERICK STREET.
KATES OF A OVERTIMES;.
Newspaper pmprf-tors generally, and specially of this
slty, ander the usace and resolutions heretofore prevaZicg
-aura called upon to perform more labor without remunera
tion, than any other clase of community The gratuitous
publication of charity and religtou aiiv.-etlnement.anil com
munications, tributes of respect, obituaries, Ac. Ac, which
can only be inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, im-
twae opon them a burden no ouorous, that they feel called
lon, d self-defence, to check, the abuse, by making such
publications a charge, to some extent Ht lcat, upon the par
ties more mtncdinU-ly interested. In this they are but fol
lowing the example of the prest in otb'-r cities, impelled by
a sense of Its intrinsic propriety, and iinierative duty 'o
themselves T!e subacrtliera have, therefore, united loe-th-er
in a mutual agreement, upon the lo lowing specified terms
t or the publication of theae aj well ai every sort of regular
For each square of 12 line or leti of brevier, or 1ft !in or
lea of nonpareil, for the 1st Inaertion $1 00
' For each additional Insertion, per tenure 0
' WIT HKNKWABI.B.
For one square, 1 month daily,. .5 (X' each additional 2 60
do changeable at pleasure,..
Fach additional square,
sor kiMViai h.
nr one aquare per montli, tri-weekly $4 00 each add. f 2 00
doehangeable at pleasure.
Patent Medicines will ba piiMbhci at 100 per column
d'ly,or7."Hri-week!y wi'h .. fur each renewal.
fteamboat running to New Orleans will be charred 10
orttieaeaHon; and when running to M. Louis, Cincinnati,
ic. tl.tforthe season of not more than six months.
The privilege of Yearly A!vertuer ii strictly limited to
their own immediate a:.d n (iil:ir buineii; and the tuMiiM-aa
of an Advertising Firm in not considered as including that
f It or individual members.
- Advertisements published at interval, via: weekly, or
monthly, are charged tl per Mjuare for tle first, and io etc
or every kuhneguetit insertion.
Calls on persons to Iwcome candilut:s, wMl be inserted as
ther advertisements, to be psiil lor invHriably in advance.
Announcing candidates for County and Ptate oftk-es f.'.and
nr niunicia) offices f 3, to be paid in advance in every iu-stam-e.
' AH advertiHements for strangers or transient persons to be
paid (n advance.
Advertisements not mark' d on the cpy for a specified
time will he inserted till forbid, aud payment exacted.
No advertisements can be innerted gratuitously.
All advertbtements for charitable institutions. Ore compa
nies, ward, town, and other public meetings, including reli
p4nus notices, to te chitrrd half price.
Vr -inter and dt sttit are published as news, Obit
Hal K trihutes of resjaict, and funeral invituiious an otlier
Repurar adveriir.-rs and all others seudfng communica
tions or requiring notices designed to cail attention to Faira,
Holrei-s, Concerts, or any public enterutinmrnla, where
charges are ma le for admittance, all notice of privata lio
cistiiris,every notice desigrw d to rail attention to private
enterprties calculated or intended to promote individual in
terest, ran only be Inserted with the understanding that the
same in to be paid for. If inserted In the editorial column
(whif-hruu be only at the dicretion of the editors) the same
will he , .ha reel at the rate of not les than 2n cents per line.
The undersigned, publishers of dany and tri weekly papers I
In Tahvi!r, pledge ourselves stri. uy u aunere to voe auuvc
bill of priced, m.d in no instance to deviate from them.
B. K. i.:-KJ:NNIK k CO., True Wing OfBce.
J. I,. MAh.."""U A CO., Union and American.
W. F. BANtI a JlannerOlhce.
VTV IU'ICSO.N, S. I deaier In Lace and Fancy
t.ooibsAc Acllni'rti street, No. 82, between College
and CW' y streets, Nashviile, Tenn. decSl
BEUUV, '. T. Ac VO Wholesale and Retail
dealers in Books, Stationery, Ac, W est aide Public
(iTlFTO A- A IIItOTT., dealer in Gentlemen's
J Apparel and Furnishing Goods, Cedar street, near the
DOI I.I.AS, . A It. A Cls.s Importers and
Wholesule dealers In Domestic Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
Honnets, rdiues, ltro-ans, Ac, north side Public Square.
I.- K I X A ., Importer and Wholesale dealer In
J ForHgnand Domestic, Fancy and Staple Goods, Bonnet,
HaU, Hoots, tha;s, Ac, north side Public tquare. Jels
I.AEIi A" ri'5M;ilTI, lmrtars and Whole
sale and Retail dealers in Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College it. between L'nlon and ttie Bquare.
HODEIISIIOTT, VM Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in Drugs, Medicine, l'aluts,tila, Dve-slufls,
etc., corner of Cedar st. and the riquare. JelS
1 A ItCEEE II. C, Civil Engineer, Burveyor and
Itruuahl-Jiiau. Also, l".ook Keeper and Genera Ae--o
intatiL 0!! i' oil Spiuig at. one door westof Cherry L
fOUi.X A t'O., Wholesale dealers in Foreign and
i 1 Domustic J'ry (tcnsls, eto.. North id PuUic Pqliare.
PTI VIOi HOili;irT, Wholesale and Retail
7 !, i.l r In Cpk ' ri s, Liquors, itoat rssa, via., Water aU,
root i, upper M-eiuuuoal Lauding. els
UT HITIT.TIAs XV. N.s Manufai'turer and dealer
i:i I'niitni,,, i iliiu;, Wiaping Paper, east side Public
ZIMi:it.TI, J. 71., Wholesale and RrtaM dealer
in Dm.-, M.-.li ln.-, Paiuta, this. Dye-atuBs, etc., sign of
the Lion and Mortar, Market St., 4 doors from the Square.
A ( AUD.
rilIF undernlgned, late "rf Georgia, having reaioved to ttie
JL Clly of Nashville, offers his set vices to the citiaem of
eorcia, E. Tinnesaee and Nurth Alabama fur the purchase
of Dry (navis, tirocwies, Cora, Wheat, Rye, Itscon, Ijtrd,
Hue Horses, Mules. Cattle, and ia shot I, every article of
trade ofiered In the Nashville market.
The Merchants of Nashville are men of high character
and pecuniary standing, and have large and well arledexl
mocks that they o(!er liberal terms, which should Induce
the rarrchanu of I'pprr Georgia-, F.axt Tenne-e and North
Alabama to give the Kastivilie market a lair tria . As to
the t.rocery Market, the propriety will suggest itself lo the
riind of etrery me'ehant in the sections of country named,
its the anost pruper for their trade.
The king cusiuevtion of the undersigned with the Railroad
of Georgia, as General Agent, lVea.urer and Puperintend
ent id Transportation, as well as Agent alt hattatiooga
eral yaurs kir Ui Hanking mu-reu-t of Savannah, wilt enable
hint mnre r-adily to inv. ttigate claims against Railroad
Companies, f. kmt gstoita or lor itamage while in transitu,
far ilia renewal or isoount of no es or bills In bank, Ae
All knter inclosing onier and money will receive prompt
attention, and all oniers without the money, aheu satisfao-
trg evidenoc of solvency and promptAess aoeompames the '
puina, or the parties known to sesurn, ai.an irtiu mis
altentiuB, when ordering artk-les that osns under the rule
or ousU'ia of the market to aell oo time. I will also rive
atrict attention to receiving aud forwarding all roods that
ara not la I stored, that may be directed lo my care. The
ctuwges f-ir Uie purchase of goods, Ac, will be Ove per cent
commissions, aud twenty ceiila lor each box or narkage for
...... SB.r.lit.e E. K. MIUA. '
Poat OfBce Building, No. ,
.REFERENCES K. R. CttTUMt, Fsq , Pre-t Central Rail
rd awl Bank; Maj. A. Poaraa, I'res't Bank Flate af Geor
;, Savanna; IssaC Borr, F.sq , l"res't Macon aud West
era Kallrwad, Maooa; lion. ia P. . Prea't, andGao
Yoaua, Fup'l Georgia Railroad, and S. T. Coaaa, Esq., Au
gusta; M.J.J. . Cioraa, Gen. Supt Western and Atlantic
Railroad, Atlanta; bw. A. 1. Haswstx, Attorney at Law,
Maoatta; GaoauaH. t Lsoa. Ejkj , Koaie Ga.; Capl. Jmas
ian 111m aud CuL J. A. MaiTksinsa, Chattat.ooga, J. L.
Mi-a and Jo. Fsaai sn, rs-rs., Kaon villa. Tenn.; W'uxjaa
Maitl- "li Decatur, and iu&gi Lsva, liuoUrilir, Ala.
luat- tf t ,, . f s
BAi A. JOIIMTtn.
. WATCHMAKER, JEWELLCR AND WLVERSMfTI!,
s No. 4t casaar rraarr, (craa' ai ujjisu.)
1 Ae JU.l rece:vei a 101 01 lift ana laan- r-.
louable JLWM.RY, which lie will sell a CsTv
.cheap as ran be bought in Nashvihe. l-d b
I a dl also uiantuactare WMtJ
IIVEI.KY AND MI.VLH tOIIK
of every drscriptlon ta order, cn the ihortesl entice. STL
Vr.R M'OONli, FUKBB, kMVli, PLATkll AND FANCY
UUODaaacaiail kplouuily ou bauu,a1 -r"alevrw
M4VV !(W ssiid llrtiullful Arlirlr ad
(led to irry UuiU Mipplu-a.
rT"D Bot fsirget my i'!itoll I Nfttlai Wftlrr.
... . W. i.DkR Ht'T,
Corner t f Cest.r Street and the r-quare,
. Nashville, Tern.
DA 17. TSIQ0,
i t c T i u Mi b H i
. - AtDGENF!SAL AfiFNT, ,
Vo. C3 CUerry Etrctt, KaaLville, Tetn.,
lTlLLaWefldtatheMaV lr Covua, Greetrie, Heal:
Vl jiia,and Proial I'tcjrty, j
jj0 lll tlesa - b neiitiiig or rvurwu ( vi pi-hib oi
14eaet ai lur of Ntrgroea, Ae.
tay- ila awllortu g .l On, or Ike e.ijuetireat of h
aaui piacad la his kauri UI be attended la atU pramit
naas aud sks.ia.tca. iru
"TT" SAGS! BAGS!!
FIllIBTY bale Lt hH.nd T a Osnaburgs;
J, t0 bales U cUlalsd 4 4
10 do Franklin 4-4 do
fultabl fur Biaku.g bs(a.
W. II. CORDOX A CO
New York City Business Directory.
From S. M. PETTINGILL A CO'S ADVLRTDjING AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, New Vom,
: And No. in Ptate street, rVW.
P. A Co., are Agents for the most influential and ixget
ciren latum Commercial Paper both in the United busies and
i i t OTTKSET A CO., Importer of French and
other Kurupean Goods, No. 4 b Droad atreet.
PATENT ELASTIC EKIKTS.
BTr5 A KICAX i:, !So. 1 Ilarclay St.,
V. CauHtMj None are geuuine xcept they have
the stamp r,f the Patent. All maimf lurers and seUer in
Irinir imr, will be prosecuted aoenrding to luw.
:' CITPIEIOE PIAK0 FOHTES.
jyo. It. WEST,
HAS now In store a large snpply of PIA4iT,3fefw
FOKTKrf, of very supericr tone, tyleoLi'.;-'!
and finish, uf 6, 6, aud I octaves, man- f & I if
HiLiirr, Davt A Co., Boston,
T. Uilkkkt A Co., Ikstan,
Nl'kms A Clskc, New York, f
ehlch, for durability, perfection and volume of tone, are
lot ro.ua.ed by any other makers known in this market, and
ahu-h he wiM dixpose of at manufacturer's prices, with the
iddition of carriage. Thoae witnmg. to purchase would do
well to apply aoon, as he is quite crowded, and anxious to
el , to Tuake room for others very soon expected.
( y EASS M AKE SOU boxes quart Flasks;
1 I lou do X piut do: in store and
for sale by J21 V. H. GORDON A CO.
. WHEAT! WHEAT!!
2CO,Oi. Itl SHl;l WHEAT
UrANTH) imnelitelv ut tne highest cash oriee. Bags
furnished if desired. D.I). D1CKI-Y,
aagd No. C College street
itl.l.Otl l AMil I s-floo boxes J. Dtiyle A Co't
1 h .nl pressed Summer Tallow Caudles in b re and foi
sale by jeitj W. u. (xOKUON A CO.
0N'A Itl'ltliS 20 bales Trion Factory, Oeorgia,
Uenshurga, a heavv article, sun able for wheat bars for
rU.pment NoiOi, for sale by W. il. GOKOON A CO.
SOA'-2(:0 boxes No. 1 Bar Koap In store and for sale
by ie2 W. II. GOhDON A CO.
N'AIEX 1,000 kg Fhoinberuer's Nails in store and
for sn!e by jyv M'. II. GOKI'CS A CO.
C1H .M IIH;V loo bales '!S best mnnv bars, )mt
J received and for sale W. U. GO K DON A CO.
J) tlnmiKE fOIFEE-7i)0 sacks prime to
i choice, just received aiul for alu.
fej.w n. connox a co.
COTTO 1 A II -fxst bhg ftort, (!0, 700 and 400
Citton V ams from the ditlerent Factories, in store and
or sale by Je2J W. 11. GUKDON A CO.
ttl'.W IMTDI) STATES iflAlE
TK1 -WEEKLY LINE OP FOUR
Jlre. run luauhs u now in n to'
: iteration for the accomrnol.tiion of thn traveling public
from M NTSV1LLE and WtilTKbUUKG, Ala., via Ulunt
print!, Uluutsville, Elyton toj'or.trv Do.
This line it blocked with line Concord, Troy and Albany
built Coaches good teams, careful and txptrien ed drivers.
Persons tr'im North Alabama and Middle Tennessee, will
find this the cheajiest, best and niotl expedition route to
Central ai.d t-ouih Alaba'ua.
Sdll DI ,E CIIIMi SOI Til.
Leave lluntsville oa Mondays, WedneKlxys and Fridays,
and arrives ut Monteiallo on Tuesdays, Thursday and rt
aurdsrs in time to connect with the Cars for Selma, Ala
bama, arriving at Ci'ima atAo'clock, P.M., and then con-
l nectiug tub a ilai y lin of Mail steam-
I ers for Montirotnrry, Mobile and New
.UKKZlhOrleans. Al-o with a double dully line
of Mai! Coa lies for Marion, tireeni-bornugh, Tuscaloosa and
Deniop dis, AUbari.a; Coiuuibur, Jck.oa and Vicksbuig,
iii:di i.i: COING AOUTII.
Ieave Montevallo on the arrival of the Car from Pelma
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving at ITiinU
ville on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 5 n'rlock
A. M., in time to connect with a daily line of Coaches for
Winchester ou the Nahvi'.!e and Chattanooga 'gCVT 1
Railroad. Also.eonnecting at Whilesburg "tri7'?''S2
a oaily line of Mail rlteamer fur iieeatur. arxl C'V
thence by Radroad and Ctages to Tuscumbia, Florence and
Ka'ly's rins, Ala , lloi.y Fpriutfa. ilun and Alciupiua.
Tenn Also.conoecting at t li'tesburg wiih the steamers
for Chattanooga and Kiioxvilie, Tenn.
The Proptioiors have, frcua the numerous (niidtatlonf f
the ci izeus of North and routh Alabama, establisded this
Line at a considerable rxiK-nse aud with but UtUe aid from
the tovrrnmeJit, they h e to receive such patronage a
will enable them to keep it in sne.sful operation.
liAKKlNGl'UN A BAUNK8.
ug?4 !'n . Proprietors.
Nashville True Whig copy three months and turward ac
couht to this oihee. Jliait.it ills AdtXH-ute.
Fall and Winter Trade for 1853. ;
U. C, 3IJA1KY CO.,
q fi.'i 'ollrfc Strrt-I,
RF now prepared to exhibit one of the 'foal font
lili'lir as .i as ihe l.nrcesl Slorks f Dry
(On (I a ever 1 flf r. d by retail in inia country. AU we de.
sire is for our friends and buyers eerie rally tu call on us for
what they wau', and we will su ely supply them. . . .
The two partners having spent ihr. e months in New Toek
have accomplished much in gettit g up the r ft-icr, from first
hands, which will enable them to Sell at price fur btU'te
In Silks Kvery thing new and beautiful; .
lirocade and Plaid llouncts, y ?
Plain, PUbl ai.d Kiuca'lra;
l,(H't' li b, h f h colored Hclains;
Pl.tiu, plaid and rich Kiguied Merinos.
Eacra Hiid l.iiibroitlrl'h.
lloo sets of fine Val. and Hnniton Lres;
lia ' lad.ars and Sleeves ia Lace;
. 1 " French Work Jaconet;
N " " Cardinal Lawn.
Pouieatlc and Stu pis' Loudk.
AU th Leading Styles uf Goods, such as
New York Mills and other Dotnealicw;
Cot lea and Linen sheetings.
1 Daauuk aud uUm Toweling and Towels;
Juconet .Mucins ami t'miil.r i ll;
Globe, Merrimack, Duhd. l, Excelsior Prints;
Furniture Chfitttes, Ac, 4c.
Fttll'Mifii, tir. '
Nw Frenrh and Knglish 4'lnths, plsm a .d fancy Casai
mcri and V eating, in endless variety, which we will have
made to order 111 the must lailiionuble Myle.
Also, an cxieome s.-oi tnirui nf Kid and other Cloves,
hosiery, Sua ks, Crsvata, Cailara, Handkerchiefs, At).
We have now the lrgei and nnt varied stock ever ef
fered the Nsrhvillc put lie, a hu h a ill be be added lo monthly
by all Ihe new style and patterns a they are brought out.
Eye and Ear.
!i. i coou., .tl. tl.. st. i.ons mo.
IR. COOK reaiMMitfully renews the Unde- of
XJ his professional serVHW to the public in thi
aud tb ad inning Stales. A suc.-easfol prsclsvs
of over eighteen years, devoted to the t realnient
of all akn ases inndent to th iti and sia. Justify him In th
belief that all aha nay be In any w y athictrd in those im
portant organ, will dad from his irealuumt speedy and per
Dr. Cook ha just returned from the Fart, where he ha
era carefully studying the diseases of the Fy and Har ta '
the prioc pal Eye lnflrinanas la lb I n. tod Suites; s nd be
fee warranted In oDering his prufessional aervice wi ti a
degree of confidence lo U.um who may be aihVted. Those
whom he has treated are the best aitnvsse of hi skill, aut .
tlv ara thousand In Ft. louls and the We'tern Staua
whocaulx-ar tesuwory to his skilful treatment. He ra
sps rtfully reer tn ILm. U.S. Geyer, K. Mackenaie, laq ,
Mesar i'harlesa, Blow 4 to , St Louis; Hon. John Moore,
Suta Treasurer or Illinois; J.s. Charles., Prrsid. at Missou
ri b -tik; If. Cole, Warsaw, 111.; Capt. R. C. Henry, Warsaw,
f3rmreronhwefte"riier iit rinaaiul Sccoml streets,
ap stairs enlianee a tne t. septl 1 dswly
1"OU II E.T I Uae for rstil a si kaJid stud kr a.
.lcAsOJiiu, on Ihe Jlurftessboro' Pika, la ssulea Iram
Nasl.yliu. luipiovauitnu-, g.U shops, Umily rrsdae,
aud ail nrcswaaiy out hours, liar tu acrsn of ciessrwi iaa4,
plenty of Ci wwod, Ac. lern-s eay. Apply to -K
A. BALLOtt K, Gs-.il Agt,
Isnl No, 1 1 lieadrrica street.
roil I A EE ,l.D UINTLU.
? F a ill i-r-enon Mosdav. 4th Inst- tlx larrrst Stocs of
01 OAKS, 1ATILLAS, Ac, Ac . ever effered la lli
cut.- All '" wanting n-c snwle wouid do wU ta
Call, a oui it. , k rn.btecs sssiiy i!..i.g new, ranging la
pr.es from 1 ie E"'. 1U C McNAlUV A CO.
' " '"tiTAELESrO-V HOIXl,
n"i. 7iti:. .tini:TiA st.
ap!-.ily t H.Ul.i:rO, K, V, '-
FAMILY I I Ol It.
TF. are wisnufarturlrigarfio.ee rti-' of Flour espe
cially a-r faoilly us-, wt.u h w oC.r to ih tiaiie aa
the wmst rti-eial u-rtu. A I) otoer irt at ihe efl.ee atu astt
iMny att-nitosi. tj'j UAlMU.ND A CU.
TiiAS-AliKUrEMU.YE CAK3 AK9 JAs7 '
1 T Arr.,4.
Itll AtX W In rsKriH la a few uaisif a tsuantity af very
superuK ai.d Ui-kl.) Aail-ssusuag piaavrva .aaa,adV
e.liaUgr sl(-ts4 W eoniinciKm as4 rliEMavs an ike
aanU i4 tii.se aiaing W pisrs fm.ls su4 vsaaMaw
jy'.l a- . , is. it. AilLHAIf
GEO. V7. COVAN,
''.'ATTOBNEYi AT E A W, ,
Erncral Ajfont for the Purcbnne Sul
and Itnn of Ttenl Etne, nnd tlio
CollflCtiosa of CImIbih ;' f
' ' ' " Ifo.' 43 Cherry Btreet, ' '
NASH VI EE Es TENN.
PROMPT attention wiU be given to all business entrustea
to him, ami special attention to the collection of Eastern
elaim throughout Middle Tenneasee. '
RanrKMow. A. C. A A. B. Beech, fvani, Porr Co
K B. Flte A Co. Iho. T. Smiley, Em-Jv. Neill 8 Brown
Joaiah Ferris, Nashville, Tann Gen. J. A. Battle, DavuJ.
on co., Tenn.; Ex-Gov. W B. Campbell, Lebeaon, Term.;
Hon. John P. Caruther, Memphis, Tenn
New York City.
W. D. Lavender.
- 4 U- rr
WrLETlC A OOI'EK,
SHEET-IECJi AND THT-PLATE WOfvKEES,
1 'No. 35 Tlarkel Mrcel,
(At the weti known Und af Be t. reDer.
KE BP constantly m hand a gne aesortment orn"w akr,
that will b made with particular rtfertnee to the re
tail trade; together with erery variety of work usually found
in our basineaa. ' '
. Bathing Tuba, ' Coffins MTIls,
Counter Scale, Chaffing Dishes, . '
Tea Kettle. -Coffee Urn,
Cotton Cans a snperier arthde,
Ice Cream Freezers Japanned Tin Ware,
Stew Pans, Ac.
' tJfParticular atention will be paid to Job Work, which
w will do in none but good, workman like manner. We
trust our friend will tender as at least a portion of their
patronage. - aprl2 6m
M. W. KNOX,
.BEL L. HA N G E R,
!Vo. 81 llroadnay, NaaliTlIU't Tt mi.
N. B. To his own he has added the entire stork and
ols of the late R
GREAT SOUTHERN DEI'OT
AND ;i.NEKAE AGENCY
For llic Kale of every- DeacTlptlon of
.lluuufatiured Artisloa uttd iler
(Iiaiidize .-iirrully. .
BEN J. F. SHIELDS,
NASHVILLE, TEN IT ,
HAS taken the extensive and conimolious Ware Rooms
lately occupied by Messrs. S. H LOOM IS A CO , eor
uerof the Public Square and ToiUge street, for the purfioae
of trnnsactiEg an exclusive Com tu isiaioii, Apriiry
and Auction It il a in and would most respecU
fuliy solifeit Consistiments of uA Goods of tverii and jwi
description adapted to the market. Having determined tutt
in parehaae any article on his own account, and flattering
Mmstlf that from tang experience in conimercia- life, with
a determination to give satis'action to Consigners and Ship
pers, will be happy lo oi en correspondence with Manufac
turers!, IieaUrs. Ac., in the varions Cities of the Union, who
may with a prompt and efficient Agent or Factor in this
pfTOrders for the vtt'ious Produrts of the country at
tendei to. . BEM. F. SHIELDS.
Nashville, ?crt.1, HSS. teplO tf
HODGE & WALKEE,
Itarbrra lliiir Ort-asM-ra, AC. Ac.
No. 13 Cedar Street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer lo their
customers and the public in general, imuireinents never
before ollered iu this city. Having newly fitted up our house,
we feel confident that ail who give us a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to Ba-bering, Hair dressing, Ac, we
have htrge, eoiumodious art.' . lealiy furnished llalh-Kooms.
These are the 6ue.it in the (, and as to convenience and
comfort, cannot he surpassed in the country. While pass
ng, gentlemen and patrons.Just step iu and are with what
magic we "make the hair fly ."and whata salutary elfect our
pur water has upon a wearied, and 'iX body.
aug8 ' - -
G. W. KENBERSHQTT,
' ' detjgoist; ; ' i
' ". Corner cf Cedar street and tit Square,
HAS received the most of his Spring stock
nd has the pi. asure of offering a moat splendid
otof I) mrs and Medicines, and would offer to
the Public the purest article of every kind. It is ouly
necessary to say thst all metticiDrs, and every articl told
by aie, are of the best quality,
win ' ' 0. W. HF.NDER8II0TT.-
'"ItESH EEUE JI'ICE-rUI by - '
t1 aprg . G. W. HENDERsHOTT.
CIOX. lll.'NN WATI IC, LexingPn Mustard, war-
ranted genuine, pure Brandies ami Wines for medical
purposes. Sold by G. W. HENDKRSHOTT.
SIMI'SOrt A sYOMil'H Aroiualin Sell le
st it iu Nclliiuppaj said tobea verv good medicine,
for sale by . G. W. HEtUEuHOTT.
E EEC 111
. W. m NDERSIIOTT.
O VII ENtaEM of almost evety kind. ' -sJ
aprw -. I U. W JUmDKPsBROIT.
I aprtS 5 ! ,. ; ;
VI l.E ANM)ltTili:iVT of Perfumery and Ex
tracts, varioua kimls; aJo the best quality of Cologne.
ForAaleb ..aulis (i. W. liENBEiinllOTT
7 IN HOW HE ASM Various si for sale low by
G. W. HENDEIWHOTT.
IKOM and after the lat August next, the undersigned
1 will reduce their charges for Forwarding. .
On all package of Dry Goods, Shoe, Boot, Hats, ,
Clothing, Hardware, ConO ctlonerv, Books, Ac, of
ordinary site, each, 12Jfe
Casks and eartels of Wines and Liquor, V
All small packagts of Urocmes, .11
Csiflee and Nails, er sack and keg,- ' ' ' 10
AH lavy and oaatly article charged In proportion.
Fw warding Grain ocartwiet, per sackn B
Flour in barrels, IV
IITMiwu. W. H GORPON A CO., of Kashltle, are our
Agent ta that plane, to whom payments mast be made.
flf" Merchants not residents of Nanhville, but wh re
ceive tlitir g'.aids there, must pay Mer. Gordon A Co. in
advance or remit to us, or we ibail charge fine per cent for
"irWe wtesumm alt our freights, detecting any over
charge ia taeasarnietit of goods by V eases' fc.
prTi Mil on commiaska all kinds of Pradure.
tfW are the Agccta for the Tredegar Iron Work,
Richmond, Ya-, fo all sea cf Bar Iron, Mailroad Iron of
very deacriilon. Railroad CI irs and tfpikea, Bridge Iron,
Ae., Ac, and the best Virginia Pig Metal.
WTATT A CO.. Charleston, (
YOUNG, WYATT A CO., Savannah,
C"ttoa Factors, Commission aad ForeariUug VerciiauU.
LARD 800 bbla ard wanted hnmedlately, for which th
highest market priot la Cah will be paid.
asarvWatf J. lWTM A CO.
Sf a. to S net S rrnat R asttsSWa Te.nn '
Ell EM I AUIIIVALS.
fpWTNTT FIVE prima new Chrews.
X on cask extra Sugar Cun d beef; . ,
. On cask extra lagr Cured liams; ,
On lot extra Beef Tengaea;
Saoelved Oils day by fc&EL A TllOMPSO.t.
TO THOSE I5TEBE3TXD.
rp0 avoid anplaaaaatdfCtultle I artfl antypay u4iae
JL counts in future as 1 onaixaei tujsWt, tr by my order,
augll BUM W. PuKTKK.
LVUMi A CO.,
WHOLKSALE XSU BET AIL DKAIXRS IS
srp laruaraaa or
rOSUGS WI3TES, LIQUORS, CXQASA ft T0SACC0
ha. 18 Cedar lilraet. Bear the potl OfBee,
BAPHVILLE, TENN. -
C II I' ItC II ANDIIHIIIN,
CoMMlaalouMitd IsrwarsJInxMerelianf, !
No. 1 n4 3 Broad St.. s A.UVlU.S,TkXX . i
BOOKS A5D STAT105EUT. . ,
t lovlt the a tanti. a of Urrekanl and Trader ge.
eral. y toewt larg stoat sat - t
M:1I00E ItOOKB AND TATIO"kEICT
, t. ; AT WMKLFSAUI AND RFTAIL,' ' '
At prke VhUA CAD EM f3 14 W. . 4
.... Oft STOCK. OF
'- niCELM5li:ot-R RfN)R
h a We mrye, and w wfB tell at Very low
anew ws aSaae wbo bay la aril sra-C.
TEACH FSJf kih J dv WtB to , isrc'E ocr
uww; vs Will mate eneelsl srrjurrT rgi, u.
aupfHv aebaol. J7
: aag'B if
last VPuh t ls iir., N.J.,M
' ' . . - .
From VISCnKR A"gC HELL'S Gen'l Advertising House,
AssLrrog' Btnuiiks, 84 and 84S Broadway. -
Late No. 80 Nassau-Street.
F02 THE 1,000,000.
TIIE l.,S. PATENT JIAUBLE CO.
CAPITAi $15,006. ' ' r
Ko 398 Broadwty, vr. Walker Bt, Now York.
ARK prepared to execute all order for Maxtles, Tabui
T rs, Colpmbs, PnTAts. Pila?tkm, Slabs, Ac, in
imitation of Ssenax, Rraoatel, Pyraaeea, Neapolitan, and
all fancy Marble; equal in treogih. beauty and durability,
to real marble, and In some respects superior thereto, and
at less than hah the cost Unlike marbleixd Iron, wood,
or slate, it i wholly free from all o!ectioii which are uiged
against mere surface work, where paint, copal varnish, Ac,
fi rm the temporary polish and beauty ef the article. Man
tels from H to $40 Order from Builders, Cabinet Maker
and other aacud, and satisfaction guarantied.
Agents fjr the principal cities treated with,
WITH! KfTNNIK. Pres't. . -
' ' L0YEL G. MILKLEfl. V. Pres't.
JkPB Lams, Sec'y. "
FIKST PEEXIOM PIAN0-F0ETE3.
NTEISWAY 4 SON.. ' :
PIANO-FOETE MANUf ACT0RY, 88 Walker St ,
.. gkAa BaOADWAT, kaw tohi,
RESPECTFULLY call the attention of tha " V. mmm
public to their splendid atsortment of f-3'wif
aeiai-grand and rquare Pianos, which, for 9 I I
volume of tone, elssticity of touch, beauty of finish, and
every thing that rend- rs a Piano peifocs, are uasurpifsed.
As a proof of the superiority of their instruments, they beg
leave to state that at the great Metropolitan Fair held at
Washington, the first premiums in both classes, semi grand
and two-stringed, were unanimously award-d to them, al
though they were In competition with the most distinguished
manufacturers from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and
Baltimore. Purchaf erg and dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call and examine fjr themselves. oct'il tf
LESTER'S HI ON WORKS,"
FOR THE WANCFACTCRB OF
WOOpSWOBTH'S - WANING MACHINES
R T E A !l E N Vt I N E S .
57 Pearl street. Brooklyn A. Y. -
Opposite New York Ciiy
THE subscriber having been engaged lor the last 15 year
In the almost exclusive manufacture of this most im
portant invention, WOODWORTU'S PLANING, GROOVING
AND TttNU LING MACHINE, has recently completed the
large addition to his already extensive Iron Works, will u
cute with dispatch all orders in the above line to in unlim
ited extent. The universally acknowledged uperiority of
Woodswnrth's Planing Machine, manufactured by him, over
all hers, requires no reuetatain.
In the manufacture of STEAM EMGIN'EB, we claim a su
periority f;r power and speed, beauty of construction and
finish; and ato guarantee the engine to transmit lutt per
cent more power for the same money than can be furnished
by any other manufacturer, and more than Kit per cent sav
ing in vear and tear, as Well ai a large saving in the con
sumption of fuei.
HeftrmctmUt rartit hating the SUam Engine note in ve.
- Pardee A Morgan, Wear Haven. Tt.; B. W. Slocum, Brook
lyn, N. Y Timothy DabaL Astoria, L. I.; Lyons A; Curtis,
Bridge por", Ct.; Stamford Manufacturing Co., tjtamfurd, Ct.,
John C. Sanfnrd, New Haven, Ct.; Kollin Sanlord, New Y jrk
City; Chas. F. Loosey, Austrian Consul General. ,
tttfrrtnet to Pnrfle having th WotMtmcorth rtuning Jj
erine nmc in Mi".
G. B. Bloat, Kensington, Philadelphia, Pa.- Kidder A Mar
tin, Wi imington. N. 0.; A . L. Clapp A Ca., Mon tgomery, A la.;
G. A. Hanford, New Orleans, l a ; Hinkle, Guild A Co., Cin
cinnati, Ohio; Ransom, Cobb A Co., Cleveland, Ohio; Boss A
Brothers, Chicago, Ills.; J. K Smith, Milwaukie, Wis.; P. B.
A L. L. SUton, Buffalo, N. Y.; Foward A Pmitti, Oswego, N.
Y ; John Snarr, Toronto, C. W.
Orders and proposals received by mail or otherwise, from
all parts of the United States, Canada, South America, and
Europe, will be promptly attended to by Agents who are
traveling in all section of the country. Letters by mail
address JoHN H. LESTER,
oci5 tn . ST Pearl st, Brooklyn, N. Y.
ISags and Bagging.
KOYES "WHITTLESEY. .
No. 80 WATER STREET,
! MAR OLD FLIP, NEW YORK, ' :
AYE constantly on band, and MANUFACTURE U
ItaK for Flours Grain Salt Buck
wkrut, Ilnnn, Ac.
Would als call the attention of Country Morchants, to
their assoxtment of
- SEAMLESS AND FARMERS' BAGS,
AND OF '
Designsd and printed ta Older, expressly for their use.
Our facilities are such that w can supply from
10,000 to 20,000 Bags per day.
Also, Importer and dealer la
ur.WY MAGS ANiI UAGGING,
And various kinds of Thread and Twine, both Linen an J
Cexton, of euichwearo receiving eottinualsopplle.
augl ly '
TO HO TJ8EKIEPEBS AND DEALERS.
The Hope ?IiII,
. Vl Fultoo Street and Tl Bcekman Street, New York,
Principal Office, 1(13 Front Street, New York,
Fictory, Not. 88, 87 and 82 UuJson Bureau, Jersey Oity.
Tnr PROPRItTORS OF THIS LONG AND WELL
Coffee and Spice EalablUhinent
Continue to prepare the best Phnrmarnellral
1'AVrderwiBtue, for RAISING BREAD, BISCL1T, TEA
AND OTHER CAKES, Ac. They aNu prepare Mustard,
Coeoa, and many other article of dally use in every family,
which they effer anon tha most reasonable terms. Cata
logue tent to dealer wha request them.
K. H. A J O. ISHAM.
ti. B Consumers aiviaed to inquire for Hoe Mills ar
ticles. 1L -augi ly
. SCHIEFFELIN, BROTHERS ft CO ,
mrokTiae aid naauuw ia
Drug. Faints, Oils, Dyea, Perfumery, &c., Ac
110 William MreetvHow a ork, ' '
INT1TM th attention of th trade ta their large and va
ried stork of Drugs, Palate, Oil, Perfumery, Ae., Ae.
Ib addition to their regular Importation of Staple Drugs,
they are alas receiving, direct from the sources of produc
tion aad manufacture, Minolie of Tooth, Hair and Nait"
Brushes, Bronses, Corks, Mortar. Bpongaa, French and
Inglish Perfumery ,L bin's Extract, aad many other article
uaua ly embraced in Drugsisu' (locks, ahich they art also
enabled to offer on the most advantageous urma.
Orders, either In person or by mail, will recti v prompt
attention. jeJJ ly
XFW TWKAdAirrTACTORT. . .
HAW. rionr. Feed, Grain. Meal. Hominy, Phot, Buck
wheat, Bait, Guano, and all other kind of bags mad
and printed to or le.r by machinery with despatch. Addreai
a above, 17 I'latt M., "KeW a ork.
".Wheat MUiea.! 1
1 1 TK wiU pay CASH lor Wheat delivered ia Nashville.
i riack furnished, vail and aea ai bcaira you sell.
J. A B. YKATUAN.
a. c. &, a: c. REECII,
" DIULERS IX
STAPLE AND FANCYDRY COODS, .
40 College Street "
HAVT opened a very large stock of ail kinia of DRBSft
UOOD8 uiUtM to th Fail and Wiatar Traka,( ttsf
Also, a iiahosom Vat af all tl newest deaigna f CLOAKS
and MANTLES la store and ready Jor xhiUua. W -pectaJly
IdviM yo to luoa at our stock of Cloak fcsfura
buying. " ' ' '
hart lo tors a very large stark af aH kind f CAR
PETS af the Bak patters, aad Batter sivsalwe lo Mil
them as cheap a any other Uoqm this aide of the mosa.
tain. W bar all kind of CCBTAIN DAMAtKS and
In addltioB ttie above, w have a Wrg stock of all
kind wf DRY GOODB, awiabte for th Fall and Winter
Trade , A. C. A A. B. BAsXK.
epIS " " 5o. 4t College it, Nash vdla, Tena.
i 1 FAETXEE WASTID
' ITnaaah e-iaitalof from EiOO to ttooa laaUora;
t. V a. - 1 knsinH aKnaai ttnsiaa nLi . a
I onlv from 8 AV M. t3 P M. To a awtlesaaa af aood ad-
I dres a baadaocna larocne tnav be raa'.taed. Gowi sontrlty
I . . t . - A Tf . I . . '
im be naraaiwod. - - - . ...
IIP Ad!rrM,saJngwtssr anmterviow mayUkad.U
N. Bv-Perscna act kavtnc tfca abwo amoooA of CaaB
aoed not apply. augll-tf t .
SEYJ01B, FiNMXC & CO.,
fcixastti va ku-Tiva, yuacj " . - ,
" UIIULIHALE GUOIBRI,
J COXKISSIOaT AXD TOEWAXDIXO XX&CHAST3,
ASD DaALaKa IJt . .
Bacea. Lard, Cora, Wieat, raalifra, 2rvax(
; triad rruit, , " " 4" "
, m a... a. a., . .
! 1 - "ZITZIZZZ ZZL ' -
5 - '
. THOItGA. A CO. .
.No. 40 I il b 1 i e (square.
KEEP constantly for sale a large stock tad great variety
of Negro Clothing, consisting of BUnke'.a, Jetna, Lin
seys, heavy woolen socks, all the heaviest and beat make of
Crnabnrgs, Plaids, Stripes, Ac, blether with a great Varie
ty of goods suitable for flour and grain sacks, as well as
cotton pkkers bag. Oct 8 tf ,
A. J. DUNCAN & CO.,
UIIUI.ES tLE DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,,
No. 70 rnblie Square;
xa sh ri i l i Tzsrii
HAYB ow in tare o'nr Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY,
FOREIGN AND D0MESTI.! DRY GOODS, the largest
and most superior slocr e'er imported bv us, ull new and
the latest style of Ladiea Dres Gots, Black and Fancy
Piik. Muirc. Antique styles of Cashmere and Jluslin de
Laines; Silk waipantl Pure Alpaccaand Coburg; Scotch and
American Plaids, of new styles and higb colors; Bonnet and
Sash Ribbons, all qualities; Mantua and Satin Ribbons, sll
the different widths and color;; Irish Linens; White Good,
Embroideries, Laces, and the largest assortment of Trim
niing of the best quality English and American Print of
entirely new (tyles; Plaid, Cirrped snd Solid Ginghams;
Shuwlaof every variety and ty!e; Med, White, and Yellow
Flannels; Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting; Blankets of all
colors and qualities; Mackinaw Blankets; Bed Blsnk.ts of
every so and of superior quality. Crib Blankets; S'eainboai
Berth Blanket,. Negro Blankets, ta ; Kerseys, Tweeds,
Jeans, Kattinetta, of the greatest variety; Bleached and
Brown Sheetings; Fhirtins ai d Dri'ling; Table Linen of
evriy quality; Worsted and Cotton Hosiery of every varie
ty; buiiuotideia; Gloves; Hand kerchiefs; Pins, Needles, Ac.
Our sinck embrace- the larget.1 variety, and Will be sold to
prompt dealers on the mcslhberui terms. ,. .
AND. J. DCNCAS A CO , '
, : - No. Td PobHc Square.
Jf. B We will be receiving new sty lea of Good by suanv
ers and Railroad thrvughout the seaaou.
Mptl A. J. 0 A CO. .
Tt have now fn - tore an invoice ofBBADY MADF.
CLOTHING, adup'eti to the seHeon. nhxh wa will sell
pon the moft favorable terms. Call quick and supplv your
selves cheap. A. J. HCXCAN A CO.,
sept7 . . No. 7" Publie Baare.
HO f I KSt'l I t'S OI. SAU l ltf.S A e.
ONE UCXDKKD BALEi D mettUa. Crnaliurgs, A WTiit
Linseys, kultabk- fur I Untaiions, in store and for sale
by A.J. DUNCAN A CO.,
. septT ' No. 70 Publie Square.
T. & W E AKM& CO.,
' - IMPORTERS AND BE ALDUS
WOULD call the attention ef Merchnnts 'to lhe.ir Stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
. ! JUST OPESKD. :
They give aasurnnce that their Stock will befbundas oom
plele as any ever offered in the place, and composed of
SPLENDID assortment of Ladies' Press (ioods, Drc Trim,
mitigs, KIMn-nn, IrubnicivrirtS, Ladies' Cloaks, Ac. together
with a HEAVY Stork of .i
AND READY - NIAliE ri.OTIIING,"
All of which haw been pnrrhased on such terms as will en
able them, to sell at price ihat w til compete with Goods pur.
cltnsed in any market. 1
Pry" Cas h bnyers and prompt time dealer wIU flnj it to
their interest to examine this stock.
sept7 8m - T. A W. EAKIK A CO.
FBESH AUSIVAL OF FALL W1KTE2 GOODS.
W. D. H'LAIABAI
ALLISON, "AN DERSOX&..CO.
i ' WHOLESALe DEALERS IN . " '
Foreign &, Domestic Dry Goods. 1
READ V MA HE CEOT1IING
No. 41 I'ublic Bqnare,
, . -. . XASJlVlLLe, TEtfX. '
WE are now in receipt of our FALL AND WINTER
GOODS, embracing a large and well selected stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMLMTI0 DRY GOODS, toirether with an
extensive assortment of BEADY MADE CLOTHING, which
we offer to the trad, on terms that cannot fail to give satis
faction. We solicit a eail from the visiting our market,
and shall take pleasure iu exhibiting oar stork and prices to
them laug.'x) tf J ALLIaoN, ANDEKeON A Co.
LVANS, PORTER 6c CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
No. 51 Market Street NaaliTllle.
Uf E are now In rerefpt of oor Fall aud Winter stock of
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOfrTS, SHOES, Ac
ta an examination of which we respectfully call tha atten
tion of Merchants vi-iliLg this cty. .
, our stock comprise! everything usually ronnd In a robbing
house, aud having been purchased under the most favora
ble circumstarces, enables us to offer Inducement lo cash
and punctual time dealers.
DCPOL'K A CO'S ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTUr
Iy Linsry, Jeans, whit and (Iriped Cottons, Pocks and
Feather taken in exchange.
auvM EYANS, PORTER A CO. .
I FALL &, WINTER
II. &, B.DOUGLAS &, CO.
Ko. 64 Public Square,
X A S II VI L L E T E XX.
7 K are now opening and arranging for the Trade, ta
extensive aad beautiful stock of .
FOREIGN AUD DOMESTIC DBT GOODS,"
HATS CAPS BONNET!,
LOOTS, Lli 0 GA XSt SHOES, c. &. te.
The assortment ia entirely ccmpl and every way suited
lo the trade cf thi section. W are anxloa to place lot
stork In tha hands of responsible buy en on the moat liberal
W contra) a large lot of Negro Clothing, Oanaawry (rait,
able tor Wheat Sack, aad several hundred bale of Guocf
Bags, which eaa fc bad at low price tor cash.
aagSS-zta ill). DOUGLAS A CO.
NEW ti UOD It :
WI have reoeivad a awrtnirt eg new atvto PANCT
FkENCll CArtMf US, FANCY P1XBU YEXVET
and RICH SILK VEfTINGS, for Fail and Vt inter wear,
which we ara prepared to mak up to order tn Uss latest
stvlea. Th lupcUoa of our ueVHeesw and Iho puhbe ia
solicited. CLIFTON A ABBOTT, .
opt ' " ' No. 13 Cedar street. .
r , COTTO.K YAHNI. '
1 17 1 Ms day advaeed the price of Cettoo Tarn, and are
I V e(!cg at ll.ln.tand Scents, fox nua-beis 4,6. and
TlM B per ent eff on quantltiea anov 10 bags and tuoo
regulalad by quantity, a heretofore.
,yl) - W. H. ftORDOW A CO.
. ii JXZ VAET t'orXlX, - :
No. 67 Market street, a few door belo their 4 taad, aad
next door to W. H. Gordon A Co. . , ,
, MANCfACTCREaA CF i . .-r.-s.
Copper Tlt andKJbeet Iron Wares,
E"tIP eonstant'y oa hand a!l kind of
lY I a i ii i i S's jiuon: arom- alaa.
Ftova of vartoos kin. la, sa il as Partvr, ft all.
riMast, Ana, f and 1 plat Susvee. Also,
l proved Coal Cloves, of all kisuV, Enaoel-
aad Main Mas lie Orate. CAvrrasst tf .
Job Work wlirited, and ewfsrte4 with aeatnea and e
palca. Feathers, tlnasrtir, Bs-enwai, Pwlr aod oW Copao
takes la eae&anr ", An.
F. B.W ho war aid eevmer 12 remkr aa la
lirATi:n mjIEUIATELY-AUrOOO M
CORN, (, Crp)
crvora, Ftx.viso A co,
Cotnt Ma. tat aad Caanb alraeta. -
15 A L i: ROPE.
aTH I MISSOrRI HEMP M4NlFACTrRIN0 COMPANY
BOW making f' 1 Undt-1 fail pre wek Of a ery
sapartnr artkHe TRitXHhD UACUItC BALK & )Pkf.
All order prejit uj 6 led, at the wit market rate, by
J'JilN T. DOluLAai. Froa.drt.1,
epa.iai , i3 Commercial st., U Uo,ia.
: NASIIVII.EE CO.1I.1fERCl.lL .
(ALL PAID IN AVt) SKCHRED.V
fpni9 COMPANY being fully organixed, according to har
M. ter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAM
AGE BY EIRE, on rtuililinn ftruut. n .-.1 iai.,i;..
generally. Also, on stiipment aga'inst loss or damage by
Seas, Rivera, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Secro Polieie granted at Current rates.
Office- o f.ti roll.-w atri r-ji f-n:..u
? - - a w -, ' ' " hwv. W.W S. U1UU . k
and Public Pquarei.
AEEXANnKR FALI W. T. BKRRY,
ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMEM WOODS,
nVvowK.aKMAS' ' ' JOHN H. EWIN,
"i'.RTJUKr'JB-s R. C. McNAlRY.
TUGS. W. AVANS, niTTin McCREA
''.'''. ALEXANDEH FALL, President.'
T1 L5K' cretary. my. ,
riillE MET CAE PROTEIrTION
.fn"ranci on,Hnr Naah---T,fV-
Tille. OtHra an Ciur .t.i ... .
Post Office, and opposite the Verandah, rill in -"V
ire an the mutual principle, Houses, Merchandise Ac
0-lIndt 1.. . n .1 .. ... .. .... 1. w . Q , . .'
---' Dveaaiooaw on any or the
" ' " .(.nun mc uuariu ui inland naviratinn
mnA rV.. . . 1 . , P
yUV v.ow. ui icaiKiB u ct n j uepcnption against the
perils of the sea and rivers. Also, the live of person in
rood health, tor a sinirl vear snrr a turn aP wum . .1 '
n- J 1 j . wi uiuuiK
lite. Also, Bank Notes transmitted per maiL
All persons having their lives or property Insured tn this
nstitution. are entiilMH la full nM.;i..tT.n Iw. .11 .1 &
. , . - - - - r- ""r"1"'" " sit iihuu
aithout any liability to loss beyond the amount of premium
aruich Uiey may pay.
M. S. PIXCnFK, President.
JNO. B. JOUN30N, Vice n '.ent.
C. J. f. Wbartoh, Secretary.
June C, tf.
In AVE this day associated with m In the wholesale Grn-c-ry,
CommisMion, Receiving ad Forwarding buaiocsa,
Mr. 8. S. Ho'lingsworth, late cf Clarksville, Trno under
tha name and style of "Hart and Ho!!lrigworth."
HENRY BART, Jr. '
HENRY HART.Ja.:.. B. N. ' H0LLINGSW0RTH
HART & HOIIIXGSWOSTH,
WIIOLEMl.E GROCERS, COW MISSION
EECEIYING AND FORWAfiELKO
Mcrcuaiitit. . .
No 5 Market street, NASUYILLK, TENN.
JOHN D. JAME3....A. W UELIiSS .... DA VI D D. JAMES.
JOIIk l. JAMES A CO ,
BASKISS AND EXCHANGE UEALEE3r.
Next door t the Bank nf Naihvirw,
In.3 Naabville Tenn. '
C OI. LECTIO made oa aH the cltle of the rui'Ta
Ptatea, and prompt rstmcs made, by
i"15 JOBS D. JAMES A CO.
C'J.OER AMD SILVER bought and sold at best rate
John D. James a co.
'TIME A.M KIUIIT If ILLS cn ail the prioeipai
A Cities ia tha Cnioji, bought and sold at the lowest rate
hT. , ' . JOHN D. James a Co.
IN T F. IC KM pai J on Deposi's by
jn, JOHN D.
James a co
J. 11. V ' ll it 1: v,
BTIibl,,c, nkcr ana I ndrrlaksr, .
EGK leave to inform his friends and the public generally,
that he keeps constantly on hand Ccfline of every a
sorption, from the plainest servants' to the fine Mefnlic Air
tight and air exhausted Comnx, the best now 1 nose for pre
strviug the Corps; together with goud Hearses and xt'srae.
and everything necessary for burials.
AU orders left at my Ware Boom, No. 51 Coopers' Building,
Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both day and
a1- il tf . . .
DONIGAN k CO.,
Commlaalon ForxwariliuK TJerrbnnfa
Thos. Fearn, Wm. P. At wood,
Jan. J. Doner an, A. M. ilopkln. i
They keep an office at HuBtiviMe.
$550 in premiums:
HAYINO largely Increased my aupply of Bag by tho"
Premium offered the past year, ending June ii'th, I
am induced to oSer a larger amount of Premium for the
present year, and wiU pay tho above premium In sums of ;
1100, 190, t Ed, 6o, 450, Ho, HO, aod 410. to any '.
ten Merchants r Pedlars who will duiiver me from this date
to tho ltof July, 1454, tha Largest amount of RAGH; in
same to be bought outside of and by men doing business
outside of Nathville or vicinity.
I WILL AT ALL TIMES PAY TIIE niGIIEST MARKET
PRICK IN CASH FOR RAG? ON DELIVERY, and i-ue a
reruricate to lis owner of the amount reoeived and paid for '
These certificates must be kept and sent in an or aWtir next
July, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashnllo caa
mk th award. The largest amount being entitled lo
lit "J. the next largest to 1r0, aod so on down.
Merchants sending ai. Rag wiU please write that Imy
know in whose name to Issue the ceruacata. Combination
will not b allowed.
Woolen, Ljumv, fflk and Wonted Rag are not wanted
and will not b. included In the above.
I earnestly soli. -it greater attention to taring- and baying
rag througlioni Middle Tennessee.
m Jy4 dtrwawif ' FWU1TIMA.
msDucnojf oj fkexgbts
FRO.YI lliff YORK TO CILlULESTO.'i.
M'CREERY & HOOK.
Cliarlratou S. C.
WILT' rPF attend to the sale ol all kir.ds of PRi).
DI CE, to tlie RKt'flVINT. Avn v. iijw i a nrvii ..
Goods, snd to Oi filling of orders ia thi market.
The rHeaio f hip Companies having r1acsd th. frwtght ft
eight crnu i-r foot, makes thi the cheapest aad quickMt
rsmw nj woiea ,o mp uooa lo Tennes-re, Aiabsma and
Rentucky from the Northern Clllea. All ship and forward
ing charge will follow th good lo their destination.
jeiw - - -
PI'NIKEFHH-tOO b- xes nJ x pQt fjbcrgh
uuvaiii, a ws arucse, ror aaw ay
W. U. GORDON A CO.
8PSI7TQ STHTTT RBTTiflT frlVPlWf ,
BOORS wni be openI at the office of UMnsLFY A
CROCRETT. 88 Collera rtreet. on V iN'IiaV. ih ixA
ini tor th aurpoao ol roaelvtr. wbarrlnMons lo th Can-
lt .1 ttloek of th. Hnrln Blr
. vi.h, wni. wW
Kent nnen frnm 1 , tn Am nni.i tii.s ... .s ...... . i. -nw
irswt crvige Companr, aad aril) be
senbed to arganiM the Company, a prorated ia th act lu
eorporaUoa said Comnaor.
, un v en u nr.
JOHN B. McVKmON. CommiasiO'a
b'l-lf A. V.U. UNUMLEY.
Wheat, Whrat !
t IT I have on hand aad are daily reewivtng axtra hear
I V 4 4 and I S Oxxiaburco and haebiig Mltabla for
beat and Corn Back which we will sell luw for Caaa.
MORGAN A CO,
u?fi tf Ko. 49 Pabltc Sejoaro.
Hhrat ! iThfat ! :
'pr tnorsAND srsutu primi re wnrT
X wantad. d.Mf arabi at (tr Warrhooaa ty the lUt lust.
fur whKb a will pay IScanta per bssslialof J In.
auS W. U. oORDO.'s A CO.
; Wheat! iVheat! -
W thi day have order, for twenty thousand bwka
a. i . I ilnrin t Ksa nras.1 ,l aMiafh. ft.
WUrat, was r-TJ aa.rw . - w- ww. ar-,
which vOi pmjT th li)fhM m4Uit fir hi ruh.
. - .' FOE SALE. ' :
IOFFtR for asJa mOawing pratsrrry; s las
ir.ir tl Est. a.iwad ut idga4 naa Mrwet,
bwiw.ea Cprtng and W.Uno e streeia. i b lot (rWil W Its.!
and rwa tsaea 144 "fv Tim m-proverarois an i ar. a
Uwwtiaf Uaw smb tArao rwama, cairy, back stable, oarrv
ag ksuM, aad a weU af gfad wawr.
A10 A acaal Eot. on twi vtrvet, acar'y oppa
slta the above, rroctmg fifty ttrea fet an I ruuniug tsack
buivlred and atnely hsor w! fenced tn.
Aod ibm A'ty aset lot ka AjliieuaWa AAilttoa oo tsa
eornef tf M':.! aad Tu..n aireeu. . ,
R. A. BiLL.-WC
' aott B' -' OrnisraJ A fro. I .7r.fcrlrk
-y, , rpjc '
LT0JCS A CO. resr-rctftiy Inform ther patrvns, and tha
psiblsa la gewsseaf, thai t.ey have fu.1 ree red a very
UV4 and wcU aaorWd Mock f An. and rboiew Impurted
t icara, Toaavcco EAajaoga. -
AaHssg Uoi ansfsking Teaac tU b taa laaralad
Pocaitoaiaa aad Ctaut brau-U. We aara aw aa
aupply af omr well kaowB
Cholera aad S.axrce XJiea!ed Ixatiy,
AjroBUtia 8eidaa let??,
which, with Ui ir ur of eih gsnl a!wy ea JmibA
wttl r 1 Hrcuoatn better u liewec u t mat. la-rif
prca.Maf asseug bu, "uaail Pt-bw aod Qisica
Ij.- . Arosa A CO-.
i,t II LsUar swast.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
COivDAC-E AND TAPES 12 ALEX -
Maaufictu er of WiJll D0AUDS, under dm nam of,
G. WATERS A; CO.
Manufacturer of PLOW If ANDLEN and OAK 'WORlC.ua.
dercrai samo of - ;
' COLE.M.tN A" CO.
MANTFACTCRKR and WbcUsale dealor In Wood and
Willi. w il.ire, 1 'ickcts, Tuijs, Cordage of every de
scription; Fishirg Tscklrf, J'ackinr, Matches, Prjoma.
Seizes, Harnes, llui ?e ''ininrs, Cesiar Wire, Ice Chests, Cot-b-n
Ko;e, 8. uil.es, Mensures, Brooms, Twines, aud Han
dies, Ac. Ac.
Also, ileiiVr in Letter quaHty of Wrapping, Roofing, Bat
ting an t la pupers, at manutaeturers rate. Dealer ia
Tar Paper and I'ompositinn for Kovtin.
ruers respectfully solicited an-J satisfaction guar
ar.'i-.t in ail case.
itor corner of Walnut and Front street; Psper War
toiue No. Il Walnut street; Facu rv5I Ws'er street.
S. M. BARRETT,
augl tf. Cincinnati, Ohio.
H. O. McCOMA? D. C. SMITB
MT0MAS, SMITH & CO.
FOaWAUELXQ A2D C03LS1I3SI05
112: XI. O XX AUTS,
STEAMED AT. AOENTi?,
Ko. 3 Bread well'! Eulluine, Sycamore Btrset,
duel's "VATI, OHIO.
GREAT WESTERN TRUNK STORE
No. 5 Ilrond'u ar,
CIXCIXXA TI, OHIO.
. HIM; A V. IEEIA.TIS
a. f" ANCFACTrnES T all kinds. -f Trav- - -
1A elingknd Picking Trunks, V:Jiea. La- r 1 jLTf
dies' Paet Boxes .np-t L..,-j, Saidiea, K' -'v TEXA
Ac. All eeders fntn st n iii prr .ptly ar :. I
ed to. W e are UuUnwiacii uur work shaii cot he surpassed
In tr -n-icn.
f Our friends is the South will Cm! oor term a favor.
h;e as any other simiLir house Kat or We.-t, and our fab
ricks unsarpassod f ir ox.-riienl workmatuiliip. dural.ility
an. I cheapness. e m. licit a IriiiL febll tf
DnS. CUHCAN & CAfiBO?!
T E N TINTS,
Ko. 336 West Sixth street, between !Uc and Elm Slret,
ryinn offck cncf.ii thk manage-
melt of its pre'ent prrprietor. h.u been
pre'rnt prrprietor., fc been Ac . .J
puUitloo for superior oiwra-vJVVi-J'J
uicrcaing m r.
riens in tp A
try for the la t ten rears, and no riMau or effnrt hll k
wanting tu give salisCcln u to .i u,ay faur it Willi
their piitrimaste. - -
The subscriber wouijcill a:lentii)n tn the fcilcwinrawen
tial pnlnt pertaining tu Artitiei:i Teeth, i: Beaoiyand
natttralncja of ai pcrance, qnalitr and strength or th ma
terials, comfort to the w-Hn-r, an.! usefulness in restoring
th uuturai prranoe of spe -li, and sbility to masti.
?ate: in :l cl which Uicy i.r warranled in saying they ar
exceeded by aoae, and eqonl l by few.
T E E T II
Inserted from on. to a full set, wsUi Artificial Gam.
Full and Half Sets invariably imerted bv suction.
All operations iu Dentistry perfbrraed in the most thor
ough naiimr. - . - . . -
TF.RM.. f on'der'rg srrn .r;,(r character of the work
and t) e guaraatca gtven, ley are Oie moat readable In
TWO TFKTH CR JT0K2 OX COf n Pf.ATr
Z rEll TOOTH.
two t err u or mors os s.ltir platx,
12 I'EK TOOTH. . .
The money refunded if C a Teeth do net prove satisfactory
Forth. tBfcrmaUnol those bring at a distance w
wulJ state that our facilities are -tt, tiiat we easmaba la
thenne-tstyle,aful!seiorTf.rni in (mm 24 to 4t hours,
and small p ecea la pnpuition, so that r o detention neJ
fcekpprehciJed. W. C. Dl 'Can
: - i J. O. C.iMKROM, Dm.-
No. 1;G West fix:!: sdect betcn i;aeand Ilm,
Jeriawiy i CIXaNNATI.OUiO.
i:EN CITY SCALE WORKS
Vo. 8 Colninbia St,
Btftvaeh Ulaia an.t IL' . I r ,
IK - ,t . 'icinnaH,0.
Lmm -w. m now Manufacturing RAIL.
.r! POAI), I'HM!T.HA,HTOCK.RCOAL.
. FI..M.R AMI PLAHOKM fCALFh of
ail lar AHM'RlbiddTANU siNK 5CALI3. fcRt3
AND IKON UkAMfj, CUlMU bi'ALka, Ac. a., which
smijui m .iri-ir wursniar.srnp ai-l ciateraisi.
would cull partu-iiar utn'uii Ui my 1RGS LKVaR HAY
AND Tt0K rCALl. A.l coti.iuuuications promptly at-
wuuwmi. . outll dly
S. HOIIf. M. T. If A'lVC, W. R. CA0.N
lMU-nf ier.H. Jm J .V.-witii'a, i.iflo ColMtnLia.
TdlOLIS, HAGEN & CO.,
JCSVASDISO AK3 COMISISSIOJi' MBCSABT5
5o. S4 fyesmora it. Tut side, txlow 6cond,
( :.M'I. ATI, Olil.
UT ILL give t pec.'sl alti.t.B lo Forwarding Goods, Pro
O.l. e, Ac.: also, to the purchase ard sale of all kiuda
' w v , um m svin ii wiucuilsu sua riicsoarg si an a-
JAMM COLLINS A CO., Piitb-,ir, For'd'g Agent.
rr"Krfer o NASnVlLLt t tRt II ANTS generally.
KCTTCT TO THE LADIES AND
O M A?!K? wool! n-ost re.eetfui'y announce to th La
i'. tiirs and (.smkm.n of Naahviiie and vaiaily, tliat ha
has open- it a Hlrari.tng and Pr. snnj eatabllshmenl, abero
he will ltleaeh and Preui Hats aud lion nets in the Laiesiand
most a; pov. d sty e. wt'.liuut iujunug th Mraid. lie wil I
pledge him rf to g're general .atis actiou to all who may fa
vor him wi.h llieti pairoiKrre. sir. Mark, a. a profeMiun.
al "Mllner acd Dress M.iker, c:m aiwavs be Ii un.l In the rs
lablul nient, aith a gsne'al BMortmenl cf Trmmiinls, Rib
bons and Kraily-m.iie iu.uo'-'i of ttie latest Fahan. rha
will bo ir.Tst happy tm wait on all who may patronise
he, abd aiil try t vary cxeruua 10 pleaM.
Ne. IT Fpriug strewt,
f. tf " f stween t'ollere and !aret.
N. . S'eanfrltg and Preasiag for ti iraJ on th cact
oi ii a w t i r riiin toit nvi: nor
O I. A ItS A sutuniiai articie. Just reretve-J and for
sal. bv . , D. D. DICK.KF,
fell Vo. 5 College street, Naahviue.
0V and Orr th 1st Auuw wll be M lo rurotsk
liMw bag. per day, P r th. ..-p cf hold.rg wheat,
A-. .- 1 . - 1. I i
mvw , v. u yv.u. iu.111 iruiiw. . wiJt y II ...
Mnd in their ordtws at as t-r y a rlay as pcMih.e,
i wl 1 . t w tl 1. . r.. . y a Vi"
4.. - -v. li.. yj jmJJ i m w.
T ' - VZl&ZLLi3. "
JL'FT recaiveil a Ug aaortuBt of fla ciik CmbrvUaa,
M size, and colors. CLIFTON A AbbuTT
d.is . . No. li Cwtar street.
A. C. & A. II. UEEC1I
HATI remove J their st- iier-i l o. tJCoIlega
street, abcie tl.iy ,1 b Ui to ss- their frien'ts and
ruilMitfv .a.lit. receiving tar kail feieet la s Is
hi I.AIiS! M I. UIM
IWFTIT THOITANB t?r RejaS 5. u. wB aaaort-
X arf. ieesaau.dayty -
a alf WI?srt A TUOMrO.
UTaN'TI D It "i to l" ut u to lnvttt ia a wholeaala
aasws, au-swis .'akMd.
S. ts-Any pcraun l i-g ai.v tan to Invent,
mak. arMneen-etrt to f A hi pena.al fctteniiuB orether-
w4,. . Avpn by l-ur K 4.4, fm t-Jice. aaanii
Staiiri wb.a aid t.r u laarras ean ba aad
astal 4f ' '
PeAIIIEU AlEEA Jti-tHs Wi al ftsf aa.
I j ,y D. l. Da KIT,
1 . a tan. mrcv s.
cmnrD-i nns tnoE$ asd GirrtHA
EKCUf AD tllli DAT.
GgJfTS ftitr Brewa nw Coegrea 0iter,
- - . il-xa oss do p-aia A with L'pa;
- li.oaanaa im-(:
fa-c 1.1 .ea:r.e Dvea Fl west
Vak earbsua na-ektiia svrw wi9.rwr acd af da saoai
awt.i...Mi4 a-J.,. Jail iMil at 44 t!t. itiwt.
.ay-K, . J 'iuM RAxUr.K.
SAXrTACTrferi-3 A50 ilU-lLES-
UT I ar jeneral et br of all C.itten ard
ta ju.cn lat'Oa aiatMi!hs;tirrd !ii i B-ate f Ttue
w. anJ has IH")"' a'.ea a i.'.'- ;d tct.n.o.oo rvi-oB
suta-y a Uairas aa-l k-ics. . bv .fpn-nn-Wd
co-.A.r rsMim tu i-i ssi sui .t--a.'. el lU'l i a-uoe.
And wa would ns.cifa,'y t'l U.a aii.iMwa U auiii alaisa
tenarrr. tj.l M.. ' lo ti. at '- gva'aln
m. M AttntH a ca.