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FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
Ao. 4 7 I'tiblic Square
niRccr i7iiorcTi:Ks am viiom
sai.i: di:ai.i:iis i.m
A RK "i In receipt of their itmk for the Fall Trde, end '
won Id invite ths particular attention of Merchsnts j
visiting Nashville to their nwiriiwot, believins; that their
Mock embraces as prat variety, and their good are offered j
at pric-i as reasonable, as cm le found In any market io )
the Union, when cost of purchasing and transjiortatiou ax
taken into consideration. I
They un devote their whole attention to the WHOLK- j
AI.K business, and, in addifirn, being DinKCT IMP ME
TERS of aU KNGLIriH AND UKRMAN HARDWARK, they
ar enabled to Oder facililie to the lietail lealer ewual to
any bouse in anv market. Th v will take pleasure at all
time In snowing tfnough their tab.ument all who will '
lavor them with a call. I
t? Feathers receved at the highest market price. .
JAMES 8. CRAIGHEAD,
- " DIALER IN i fussy
Si V e-rrrja
fhEl American, English ft German m:-' -
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
WSST bin riHUC &)VkKK,
FINE PEUFU3IERY, Sec.
JOT received, from first hand importer, good assort
ment of linn l-rl uiurrr I'ttncy Arti
cle, Ac, eonsislinr in part of the following, viz :
A lai ge invoice of genuine English Tooth and Hair lirush
. A I-), a fine aormeiit especially lor children.
Puffs and Puff Boxes, (something new and very nice.)
Lubin's Genuine Extrac's;
Fine Ivo-v Toth Coml,;
Large HulLOo DresMne and Barbers' Combs;
Large Transpsrrnt Wash IiaJis,
Baxin's Harber's Blocks;
Toilet Vinegar, a supei ior article for the Bath;
iooih P.ste and Sjsj.of various styles anJ patterns;
1 sir Gloves and llsthiiig brushes;
i ay Rum,(.xtra fine in iarye bottles;)
Lyon's Katlihiron; Lurry's Tricopherous;
Vegetable lid Liquid Kouge Pius Saucer;
Fkin powdtr,uf assorted kinds
Hair dyes of Urn tuoet approved Rrands.
lor sale at fcTRLTCIi'ri i'KCCr STORF,
K pill Corner Cullee and Colon ttreet.
ADVAlNCi: IX POWDEK.
WING to the advanced price in Sa'tpetre, I fix the price.
of Fowiler Irorn tnix date at the foillowing rule :
For Dupout't Ktfle Powder, per keg, (7 5"
44 " La.lt " 4 (Ml
M " u quarter " $ 60
" Tennewee B'atirig, 6 DO
Na.bville, Kpl, 1, W 5.
GUN POWD E It.
IHAVK now on hand, and will hereafter keep constant
supply of the following articiet:
Xlupotit'a t-IcbruKd Itiflemid Kporlinff
Potldi't) in canister and quarur, hall and whole
Tmiinrosre Iflatttinp, In kegs of 2Mb and bar
rel 11X1 III.
Toy Itickrord cV to'. Snfctjr lue, war-
Kailroat Contractor, Miner and the Trade generally,
applied at the iowext market prions.
Prompt ktuiitioa given to all order.
V ALTFR EOOTT,
Agunt for the Manufacturers,
OSire with E. H. Clieatham k Co.,
aepS Corner of r-pring and College ktreeU.
Premium Boot k Shoe Manufactory.
(gjreessor to Hamilton A Fuller,) j
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SnOE MANTJFACTORT, 1
Corner Xarket and Spring or Church 8U.
CI RATEFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed upon thi
I Manufactory aince it entablishment, the Proprietor I
fi els determined to merit continuation of the same in fu
I have now cn hand a good assortment of ready
ma'le work, consisting in part ol Men 1, Boys' anil
Youth' Calf. Kin and Thick Boo!e and Shoes, Negro
Brorans. double sole: house Pervant Shoes, Ladies
and Mis Calf Morocco, and Kid Boot and hhoea, all Hiaui
from good stock. In good style and warranted.
Order from Planter. Iron Manters, Railroad and Turn
pike tVimpanies respectfully solicited.
!T All ktnos ni repamug uone.
Cash paid for tlidca.
iriAItltl.I.IZKIi lit OX MA.VTILV.
TH1& irsgniflcent style of Mnntel i fact taking the place
of all other deae iptions, both on account of it su pe
er beanlv, richness, durstiiiity.and particularly its cheap
ass. While their cost is only about half that of the real
j arble, they indeed exceed the former in beauty, have a
..perior lustre, are less liable to aoil, are much easier
ept clean, and far exceed marble in durability, and are, at
Tie same time, less liable to break.
The undersigned are agents for the manufacturers, Wal
lace, Lithgow A Co , Lnulxville, Ky., and will furnish them
to their pali'OT., and the public generally, wi'h grates, su Di
ffer pieces, and every thing complete; snl will also scper
teud their putting op. KTKWAttT A OWtCN,
hiovt Dealer, and Tinware Manufactarera,
msrRn d tf No. ft7 Market street.
RE reminded that I have the Ware-rooms well TH
stoikeJ with lVr.Ky THING NkW AND DK 111
URAHI.K In my line for the Fall Trade, and would lie m
pleased to fill their orders.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
octiS No. S3 Public Hquar.
Broad Street, Aug:uati ;.
T'HTS new and commoiiioiis house, splendidly fur.
.A ni.Iieu, II DW inwj mi iiir iht(puu m mi v b. p. i
J M. PiwrsoM, rroprietr. Mr. Musaasxig.ciup'i. jUm
IGHFST market price given for WHEAT, CORJf and
KTs'hv (jvl . 1UMMI.NII fO.
TOR THE LADIES RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
LADlfcS' Huier French Heeled Gaiters;
44 44 Congress liielrd Hoots;
" Prows Congress Gaiters.
A few dosen pair ol the latest styles and very handnome,
BatofK-Dedby JOUN RAM AUK,
ptr8 4 OoUegs st.
FALL AM) WINTER GOODS!!
w. a. & J. o. McClelland
ARK opening the largest and most eUgant stock of FALL
AND WINTER GOODS ever offered by them, and at
prl'-es that cannot (ail to satisfy the most fastidious. We par
ticularly ask the attention of Cash Buyers to our Ptock, as
ws are determined to vQcr great inducements to litis cla
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Elegant Flounced Silks;
PI ln Moirs Antique;
" Ptrited do;
44 White do, plain and damask;
44 LL Brocade Silks;
44 Plaid filka, rich and cheap;
F.xtra wier black Bilks, Eagle brant4;
Rich Figured, Plain and MatereJ Mlk la Black;
Extra super wide Lyon Velvet, for cloak A draase
Kich French M.d Lanes,
" Paid Valencia;
French Merinoa, ail qualities, extra cheap;
Plain Wool DrLanea,
Bieii Plaid Rose Bilk.
Lupiin's bet Winter Bomttasinea;
iuier Black Tamiae t'latiis; -
I'xtra SuM-r BUck Merinos;
Cuperflne Black tVshmerrs;
44 M d Laaea:
Best Clack Alpacras, ail qualities:
Putier Mouru'ng M ks, (no lustre,)
Black Chliita, Priuu, uinghama, As., Ac.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, Ac , Aa.
Rich Velvet Cloak.;
44 Moire Antique Tamas;
Flegant Cloth Cloaks, In all col rs;
t hsp Ckiaka. tn great variety;
Plcitam Long hhawa, (In ail ooairs and black,)
(l.nu' Trsveling Shaae;
Ueaut Square Shawl. .
HOSIERT, GLOVES, Aa.
Our stJck of Hoelery and Gloves Is entire' cost pleU, lot
Ladies, Misses, tisdiea, linm and Hoys.
A eomplcU assortment of Laiat Wout and klrrios CnJer
V0ar, ar Ladies, Genu and Children.
bsata' LcOcb boaoro SJiiri and Uuilara.
Our Stank nf Utapls Goods is ery large and rmnpleU, ass
tmuilag evwrytlang CKiniubls with gaud iwie sml aomfort,
and vvry el.rap. fc'-ia Lain. Wool aod I nk Damaak
srith T'lmn.lngs to mach fcT Curtaitw ail at ve-y law prt,sM
t the Ms.Th.OfU LI I' AN tluKk, 51 and A3 Coil eg t
GRISWOLD S C0TT05 GIKS.
rpHEsubsrribrr being agent tr ths sals u the above gtas,
J. will kwp a sapt'ly oa band, or furnish PUautr at abort
These gins have the charartsnr of aklng good lint, rta.
Bins- faster, running lighter, csMsuing lb sesu biur, tat.iii
oat ivirt BBunU an I h, and basing boaes sbots aitrabie
aud s vwrt against Ara, tiusn any wtlnf gins a-w la ae, aae
Breotwrwd osi sernss asura adsatilageoos ts the aturcbaaer.
! Ths (aswt sattslastoty releretiors catt be gives Is MtaMi-k
this reputatL.A, which thry are ala aSTs to asaiotaia
a trial, if Used aocorduig to ths diiscUom sent with eacli.
gl f M T. VkATMAM.
CHANGE OF TIME!
1855 BUXKER ARRANGEMENT. 1855
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
' Four Daily Eastern Train, at 6 A. It., 9 A. II.,
10:20 A, ST.. and 6 P.M.
Tit Qiiicte.it, SwrUat nd MM Direct Jioult. '
LAID WITU IIEAVY T IRON.
Wheeling Pawer.gers Dine at ZanesTille.
Pill-burgh Passengers Dine at Crestline.
Dunkirk and Buffalo Passenger Dine at Cleveland,
rpitl LITTLE MIAMI, via Columbus, being th Bliort
JL (Ja ck and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the Et
the time ia no arranged that it i made with ease. Connec
tion are certain.. Passenger are not subject to delay, and
have full time for meaia, which is a great comfort to hviie
and children. The Little M parol via Colnruba, being a short
and quick route, doe not require anonymous correspon
dent, or fahie map to recommend it to the traveling public.
Each and every train by the Little Miami mute rum into
the depot of the Lake Shore Koad at Cleveland.
Tl.TIi: via LITTLE MIA.MI IIOtTE.
From Cincinnati to
C0LCMBC? in S Hour;
CLFVELANlt in 'H Hours;
BLKKALO in 18 Hour:
ALBANY in 26 Hours;
NEW. YORK in Sltf Hours;
BOSTON in 8f Hours;
CRW LINK in 6 Honrs;
PITTSBL'UG In 14 Honrs,
PHILADELPHIA in 81X Honrs,
WHKELING in 10 Hours.
BALTIMOKK in 2S Honrs,
WASHINGTON In 29 Hours,
SXtUbK-S VlLLE in li Hours.
Baggage cVked from Cincinnati to Wheeling, Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Dunkird and Buffalo.
Passcnerk by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day in
Kew rork, rnilartelphta, Hsltlmore or Washington City.
The Little Miami i the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DALLY TRAINS.
FIRST TRAIN-Clevehind, Pitlsbnrg, Stedbenville and
Wheeling Lightning Express, leaves Cincinnati at o A. M.,
for Columbus. Cleveland. Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
York and Boston; Crrs'.line, Pittslturg. Baltimore, Philadel
cliia and New York: Zansilie. Wheeling, Baltimore, Wash.
ington City, Philadelphia and New York, 4c,; riteuhenville,
Sandusky and Detroit; Xenia, Yelhw Spring and Spring
field. This Tram stop between umcinnau ana voiumous
i Ixivciand. Mon ow. Xeni and London only.
Passengers by thi train for Luke steamers has Bye hoar.
auu a ha f at Cleveland.
-CONO TRAIN Cleveland and Pittfhnrg Express, lea ve
wincmnaU at 9 A. M., for Columbns, Cleveland, Dnnklrk,
buualo, New York and Boston; Crestline and Pittiburp CMr
Cleville and LsncasU r: BlanchcHter, Ch-llioothe and Hills
borough. Thi Train top at all points between Cincinnati
and Columbus, except Linwood anl branch Hill Aiso
eonnectimr at Cleveland direct with Lake steamers QUEEN
OF THE WEST and CKESCENT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains lor New York, Boston,
Albany, Niagara Fall, Ac.
TH1KD TKA1N Wheeling Express, leaves Cincinnati at
10:20 A. M., for Columbus, Zanesville. Wheeling, Baltimore,
Washington City, ruiiaami uia ana .irw iihi.
1'hi 'train auips at all points between Ciunlnnati and
KOUKTH TRAIN Accommodation, leave Cincinnati at
4 P M, for Xenia, Yeliow Springs and Springftelrt; Circle-
villeand Lancaster, Blanehester and Uhllicothe; HillMbvro'.
Th Triu atop at ail points between Cincinnati and
FIFTH TRAIN Cleveland, Pitu'mrg and Wheeling Night
Expres, leaves Cincinnati at 6 P M.. for Columbus, Cleve-
anJ. Dunkirk. BuBulo. ew York and BoBton; Oestllne
Pittfburg, Philadelphia and New York: Znesville, Whtellng,
Baltimore, Washington City, Ptuladeiphia aud New YorK.
This Traiti ft' ps at all points letweeu Cincinnati and
OAlumlHis. excent Linwood ai d Branch Hilt.
One Train on Sunday at V& o'clock ?. M., for Columbus.
Train run by Columbus Time 1 Minutes faster than Cut
And aU information can be obtained at Ihe new offices No.
i Burnet Iliuse Building, W. L. O'BRIKN, Ticket Agent;
No 177, front ittice, Gib.-wn House Building, ALEXANUEK
HAMILTON. Ticket Ag-nt; or at the old office. Southeast
corner ol Broadway and Front street, oposite Spencer
House, or at the Kasteru (Litue Miami) Depot, tJUit Front
Offlf fwr from 4 A. JT., unW 9 P. il.
P. W. STuADLIl, GinlAgf,
THE OMNIBUS LINE
Calls for Passenger at aU the pri-.cipal Hotels, for each and
svery tr iin. by leaving directions at eiitiT of the above
Sices, will call lor passenger in ail parts of the city, with
out fail. ie;2,atL
"CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE!
s n: v r.sr n i Lit oa u a it it ah uej i lnt,
FROM LOUIBVLLLE, KY.,
BI THE JEFFERSON VILLE R. R.t
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI &. R.;
Or, Via Indiannpolia,
BY THE BELLKFOXTArXK Jl CLEVELAND It j?
To Sandusky, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara, Pitta
burg, Baltimore, Washington City, Phil
adelphia, Kew York, Boston, &c.
T10TH Routes are exni ditious, and through fares to any of
X) the above points the "ime.
First Class Pas-enger Trains l.-ave the JefTersonvills R. tL
Deot daily (Sundays excepted,) to make sure connection
srith the roads beyond.
LLLUAKTLV tr ITTLW LP 03I.MIH SES
Are carrying passengers from the Hotels, or any part of
Louisville, to and from the Railroad Statloiu
Further particulars can be obtained by inquiring at the
office of the Hotels, or at the JefTcrsonville R R. Office,
near the Gait House, Louisville, where through tickets to all
the principal cities can be procured.
JOHN ZCLAUF, Pres't,
A. P. OSBORNE, Supt.
J. W. Hatx. Ticket Agent In Louisville. Jan-!0 tf
Vickrburg Whig, Natehes Courier, New Orleans Pi' syane
nd Delta, Kagle A Enquirer in Memphis, please copy for
three months, and charge K. K. Om;e.
& FARE REDUCED. g
Cabin Passaic to New York 20.
UNITED STATES HAIL LCTE.
The new and Splendid side-wheel s'eamships
KNOX VILLI:, 1500 tons Capt. 0. D. Luouiw,
Al'faI'MTAt ltons Capt, T. Lrost,
l l.fi II I OA, 13(H) tons Capt. M. 8. Woouiicu.
ALAHAMA, ISoOtoDS Capt. O. R. Scmssch,
Will I.rari) Nnvnnnult
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
These ahip are among the largest on the coast, unsur
passed In seeil, safety or comfort making their passages in
W t W hours, ami are commanded by skilllul, careful and
polite othcers. Having elegant stale-rssstu sorommodations,
tliey offer a moat desirable conveyance to New York.
Cabin passage t?f).-
Sleerage passage 6.
Agents: PADKLFORD, FAY A CO., Savannah.
BAM'L L. MITCH1LL. 18 Broadway,
Je?l New York.
Land for Sale.
I OFFER fin- ssls (700) SEVEN HUNDRED ACRES C
OF LAND lying on the Columbia CentraJ Turnpike
Koa-, seven miles from Columbia and four from Mt. Pleas
ant, being a prt of th traot on w lob I reside.
This Laud il equal If not sujrtor to any in Maury eounty
It is well ssatered; (the celebraWd Iscrers Spring being on
the part oflsrsd for salt ) well timbered and well improved
There are on th premis s soma beautiful bui)d:ng site
fronting the Turnpike sud the contemplated Rail Road, ll
will bs di tided to suit pur-Jiascrs or sold in a body.
For further infonnauoa apply to uu at Ashwoud P. Offlcs,
Maurv county, Tennessee,
aogll tf LUCIUS J. POLK.
Nashville Union and Loolsville Journal pleas aapF. - '
100 tunJle Sheet Iron. Just rec.lv
D. D. I'lt'KKV,
No. S Coll eg. street. ,
O ed audasi,'r
ti:i:l iik;v tihi:-i v.is-Hauiixuujei
) bum Tire, just received aud tor sale by
U D. PICKET,
ep21 a No- 9 C'oUeg street.
irUGItLUY CAltMICH ATL,
AND LANDSCAPE GARDENERS,
ANII ILI.rC TLA
Three Mi. esfroiB th. city, en th llillrboro' TaropUe,
1 HATi hr sale Fruit Tree.Orpe Vine. Ever.
Tjgreens aud OrnaoienUi Tre Shrub, Roses,
ii rreuhouae ptanta, Osag. Oraacas tor hMtgvs, C
0 ardeoa laid out or r vUsUod. ikiuoueia to order
at all season. a Uertl I m 1
t ALL A: 'C .VlKCIf A3I '
IT AVE Jt received s few of th. real M.anle Kifl-s, wisde
1 to otdrr lu Iks Lnli.h Uovarasnvnl Sh-. Th s Kills
ll shoot sitb aecura y yards, as provrd by aual aa.
peniaeat brf .r. rt-cl..pi, wher. th t.ius an soldiers hav
beesi kihed by then at liiat wtsntnrs.
In addition to the knruuttain fl-s, F. A C. ha? a!
th nissnle prlinr MMIr, tutl. of smaller
guars, tfi pariM of i, er Uumiog, te Cn and se
them atthesigo of TjIK BIJ GUS,"
cvliT tm Vortn Bide PaUhc rysaxe.
Geo. L. Anderson,
Warehouse & Cciamision Merchant,
FOR THE SALE AND FTC RAGE OF
Cits. t'srM, Itfr, Wheat, Oala, llacan.
Lara, traiUera aud Ilaar, .
A'd sll ssautwr of Proslue aod aiMvhaadiaa, a ad rid attend
to Receiving and rorsrariixr Jffereta4io,
"Cash advaAotd oa Praduc la ftor.
Ba:C WAktUOLU, ors ts iUTSoi Sv
rtg-Alw AU0UST1, C.
ST.; LOUIS ADYERTISEME NTS.
From the Ne'wspsper Advertising Agency of W. 8. SWYM
HKa, AO. 1 Becond Btreet, ST. LUlti, 91a.
welch a GEirrmrs
HAVING parchased from Mr. Wm. Scnthwell his Patent
R'ght for grinding CIRCULAR and other Saws, for
which we have paid him a large sum, aD ws Ac ths soli
rnorairrota or this r atxxt We will reaard any person
giving mtormation of infringements on the same.
This is theosly Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
I Saw perfectly even in thickness.
i hey wit require less si tt wrl not tieat while running
will saw stnootn save lumber and keep an edge longer
than anv other ihi maile anil are not liaLle to become
I AH our Saws are made from an extra quality of Cast Steel,
imported expressly for our own unj, at much higher cost
; man is gcueratly used for Saws. ' '
! We respectfully inform all manufacturers of Lumber, that
no Saw will be sent from this estalili.-hment but what is of
superior steel ami workmanship, the temper will be found
more even and uniform than any Saw in use
I tr Orders received at our Warehouse. 62 Congress st.
! Boston. WELCH A OKIFF1IU&
And by our Agent,
ang20-3m Stl8 Main Street, St. Lonia.
Field, Bcardslce & Co.,
ISII'OItTLItS AND liLALLRS IN
PIECE GOODS F0S
No. 158 TIain St., St. Louit, Mo.
HAVE NOW IN STORE A HEAVY AND COMPLETE
stock f Gouds suitable for the
AITIMI.H AND WINTER SALES,
and arc prepared to compete with anyjobbing house in.th
The stock consists In part of the following goods, vis :
C LO THS.
VELVETS,. - 1 .
SATIN l)F. CniNES,
Every description of
TAILORS' AND CLOTHIERS' TRIK3CINGS.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
MEN'S Fl'RNISHINU GOODS.
An invitation is hereby respectfully extended to
MERCHANTS, CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS,
visiting the city for the purpose of buying good, in thi line,
to examine our stock beiore making their purchases.
All orders will icceive prompt attention,
auglti dw8m FIELD, BEARDSLEE A CO.
"WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTORY.
FR. WALTER. H. O. B0HN
WALTER & BOHtV,
Nob. 31 & 33 Market Street, between Main & 2d
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CONSTANTLY en hand a large and freh assortment ef
kinns or rA?ti tftwts, winch, for Uheapnese,
Quality and Variety, can
ot be surpassed by any otlier es
tablishment In the West.
ESTABLISHED IN 1635.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(SucesAtort to Ira Todd t Sunn,) t
No. 212 MAIN MTItEET, cor. of Jlargan.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.,
Importer and Manufacturers, of
FRENCH BTJER MUX STOKES,
Dutch Anchor Molting C'loih,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS.
PLASTER OF PARIS,
IRON PROOF STAFFS,
Our asesortment of Mil
Material Is the largest in tL
VftitM Stair At present
e have on hand Zio pairs o
stu. i, pi to. urocrs promptly nneaand an artieliwitr
sjnted. martl lyl G. A C. TODD A CO. .
EMPIRE SAW WORKS.
MT. L. F. GAGE ft CO.
Warcrooui No. 37 Jiaiu Street,
ST. LOI.IS, MO.
ANUFACTURF.R8 of every description of extra Cunt
iVI X.' Mm fit Va,u., Wun.f r.ji,
. ... ... , . ...... y , V . V . .
Hitiuf (tnrf fmtrl fritr; Unto Mnndtfin, Vjii anrt Odd
I'timl. Trunk ifirimj. A'fiitc. Rraper Su-i-Ua. Svrina.
rfToid Saw repaired and made as good a new, at small
The undersigned have made such improvements, and ar
rived at such perfection in the tempering and grinding de
partment of their Works, and take such pains to procure the
best quality of Steel, that tbey can assert, without fear of
contradiction, that their stock of Saw on hand aui now
being manufactured, are and will be, not onlyrqiittl
but Niirrior lo nur made In or brought
to (hi isturkel.
Every Saw sold under their gnarantee will be made good
to Ihe purchaser, if not found to be so on trlaL
marl8 d2tawly , W. L. F. GAGE A CO.
R. C. JL JACKSON, PhllauV4..,
win, FfrtcTOALLT craa
LITER COIPLAOT. DTSFEPSM, JlDDirE,
Ckronte or trvou Dtbility, Dinntet uf tht
Zidnryt, and all dVs.oje oruing root m dU
rdri Livtr or Stomack.
Inward Piles, full
ness of Blood to the
Hrsd, Acidity of the Stom
ach, N susea, II artbarn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness cr weight in the
Stomach, Soar Eructation, Sinking, or
Fluttering at Ihe Pit of th Stomach, swim
ming of the Head, Hurried and difficult breath
ing, fluttering at the Heart, Choaktng or Suffocating
Sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision,
Dot of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in th Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Tul
lowuess o4 the Skin and Eves, Pain In th
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac, Sud
den Flushes of Heat, Burt Utg
in tlie rteih, Constant Im
aginings of Evil, and
f Spirits. :
Tr Proprietor, In eaHing the attention of the public to
this preparation, doe so with a feelltg of th utmost confi
dence in Its virtue and adaptation to the disease far which
t is recommended.
ll is do new aod antrfed article, but one that has stood
th test of a ten years' trial before the American people,
and its reputation and sale at unrivalled by any aimilar
preparations extant, Th testimony In its favor given by
the most promineot and well known Physicians and Indi
viduals, In all parts of the oouairy, is iounana. The follow
ing from ycut own State, i reeuwoUully ubmitte.L referring
any who may still doubt, to m "Memorabilia," or Practical
Kccctpt Book, for Farmers aud Fun ,1k, la) fe, 4 rrau. f
all th. Agents for the Genua biurs.
Principal Offics and Manufactory, m Areii atret, Phila
Teftimony from Ttnseaaee.
Tr. n. B. Scarhorcagh, Dover. Tenn Aag.lJ 1SS8 .says:
"I have sold all ths German Bitter you have sent me, and
If th preparation continues to do as morh goo. as it baa
done, it wltl b tii best mnudnc ever sold here."
U f audrrsM, Ppana, Teun.. August to, KM, say : "t am
pleased to state that your Germaa Kilter has given aatia
farttoa In every fcauc siher It ha bea ,.
B. T. HolUns, Hilisboroush, Tenu August i, IViK.says :
"I am pleased to slats that th Uaraao. Ditters hsv. giva'
general sati faction "
Dr. P. Falio A Dr., Knorrf!!l, Tenn, Un AprfJ, 1551,
aid : 41 Your Hitters er now selling Very fast, and every
person that has asrd It, so far as w hav bea able toim,
has teew benefited.'4
J. V. Franklin A Co., Gallatin, Taoa., December tM.KSO,
said: "Tbs new trm will want wior of your Kilter soon,
as n. ef th partur tamaa a is a grual aawtaxne.'
R.S. Hardy. Uouvar, T.na , sWpcasber lo, lata, aid !
"That ia great driaaaJ fur yoar iftttors luwc ;---, rud
sac lvsr kl Ma."
TTiey ar. sjrrtasxf vsua-rasxa, free fross atl Icdarloit ko
gradkntta, always lri Uera th syvteta, aod never pros
S .14 I Naahvill by UI&Rr A PEV0V1LLE, H. Q. 8CO
TFU EW1N fsltu, and O. W. HI.NUKKnloI T, WJ 1$
Da.isrs ia Ulfe'lu. a ad Sturvkvepar vryb.r.
Fusvrlu daawtriawly . r:
IiritOI tilIT M'lKI V-M kegs Wrought FpikaA,
Tf from I to hschM, retv4 by steamer . rss'l, aad
' x Iw'll O. II hick a Y.
.rtfAILU PI PI4 aod Cinch Water Pipe, r.
tl eeived aad f x sal ry D, D. DlCAtY,
rpiJ . a OUcgs street.
jfa.d. lit.. .'j. - j
FASHIONS FOll FALL 1855.
CL0ASS, TALHAS-A5D MASTLLLAS.
WILL in trod nee for th inspection of Southern and Wes
tern Merchants, on the 1st of August, his asual large
variety of goods m nis line,
EMBROIDERED VELVET MANTLES,
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
tf A 1ST VI'I V" I T MIV1I DUhl.
COMBINATION OF VfiLVitT AND M01RA ANTIQt.'E,
AC. AC i . ..
The buyer of the wndersigned having Jnst retumetl from
France he is enabled to offer the most extensive assortment
of styles of any other establishment in the country, all of
which, by spec al contract witb the Pans Manufacture, are
exclusively confined to himself. Hla well known reputa
tion as the only publisher ef regular month ry Fa-hlnn Plate
in Harper's and Godey's Msgasines should b sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select from his stock. ' .
61 Canal Street, ft 63 Lispenard Street, K. York.
Principul entrance SI Canal itteet, Second MaatXla 8ur
West of Broadway, r-outh side. augj '6m
AV. JACKSON Ac fUN,
GRATE AND FRHDRR ' MAXEPS, "
548 Front Street and 930 Broadway, NEW YORK.
aug2 ty ...
SA C L. PLATT,
IMPORTER or Polished Plate Glass, from the old estab
lished manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATS GLASS COMPANY,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, tnglanl.' 1
Polished Plate of all sixes, suitable for windows of stores
and dwellings, 8how Cases, Coach Lamp, Kail Cars, Ac.
constant!' on hatid at the Warehouse, ' . , , , , ( '
TO Murray Street, New York.
jyl7 8m v-
. AMERICAN PLATS GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L, I.
THE Subscriber having taken the agency of the above
Company, is now enabled to furnish their Rough Plate
Glass, for Sky'ights, Floor-tiles and Pavement, of a quality
superior to the importel article, and at much lower rates.
JOHN B. PLATT,
JylT li 7 Marry street. New York.
"picot ft shotwell! .
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
' IIOISE FrRNlMlING IIAItDWAIIE,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York. '
JNVITE the attenUon of E0UTHERN and WESTERN
MERCHANTS to a LARGE ANU VERY EXTENSIVE
STOCK OK GOODS IN THEIR LINE.
Cutlery of every description;
Silver Plated W are; Japanneryi
German Silver and Britannia Ware
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
Hronzed, Copper and Brass Goods;
Tea Trays, tire IronsyFenders, Wire Covers;
Bronxed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac
Oar tock comprises everv article in our line of business,
all of which we will sell to delers at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPER, floods or
dered by letter will be selected with great care and despatch,
and pnt up in the best manner
P1COT A 8 HOT WELL,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
PIP 8. Also, manufacturers of a very superior article of
aled Spoons and Forks. je9 Cm
COMBS, FANS AND FANCY GOODS.
IO Park Place, New York,
INTITE9 the attention of Southern and Western Mer
chants to his new stock of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perftinitry, Soaps, Porte
Monnaies, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book, Dress
Buttons, Pins and Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads, Necklace, Ac. Inuia Rubber
Cotnbs, Canes, Balls and Toys of every description. Scis
sors, Razors and Cutlery. Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Accor
denns and Violins, including a general and very large stock
of Engli-h, French and German Fancy Goods, which will b
sold at the very lowest prices for Cash or Arrxovgo Piraa.
Orders by letter selected and put up in the bert manner.
WILLIAM TASKER, 10 Park Place, New York.
P. S. Pleas cut this out. myS dly "
THE IJLST IIAIIl DYE.
DR. 0. M. BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high
est premium at the Wobld's Fair and Ahkiiicax Ikcti
tittb, where it was examined by the Distinucishid Cukmists
Dr. CniLToa and Prof. Johs ToRKar, and pronounced the
BEST. For sale by the priucipul Druggists in this city.
Price $1. Principal Office and Store, Nos. and 500
BROADWAY. New York. mar21-ly
JO. G. BROWN,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMFNTS, Ac,
43 College Street, NtSHViLLE. TENN.,
MT stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, Is now very
complete, having received freh supplies, selected by
cue of the Brm in person, via: Luhin's, Basin's and NiUhei's
Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style: Oil
luc's and L . bin's Stcheta; Aromatic Chrystals, China, Metal
and Gla Puff lloxes, several new styles; Shell Comb, Urga
stock Also have on hand Indigo, Madder, White Lead,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac, Ac je9
fTMIE Copartnership heretofore exl'ting nnder the Ann
X style of 8K0WN A GltUBItS, is this d.iy dissolved bv
muta I consent. Jo. G. Bsuwa is alone authorised to use
the name of the Brm in liquidation, Ac.
JOSIAH G. BROWN,
Nashville, June 6, ISM. W. B. GRUISBS.
JO. G. II It OWN,
HAVING purchased th entlr internet of Mr. W. B.
Ghi-bbs, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS a for
oerlv, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to see his
friends, Ac, Ac. No 43 College street. Je8
I.IIIING TACKLE A large stock, selected by
one of tha Brm, consisting of ;-nuinej liner
Irk Hooka, plain and on fnooris; also, Aberdeen,
Gravetaieen aud common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Lines cable laid 8ilk and P-a Graaa, spun and
plaited ?ilk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4: Floats of every va
.lety. Keels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac. In short, can snpply thos who can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almeat every thing they may need to the
tuccessnil prosecution of thi useful calling.
JO. G. BROWN,
)e 4-i College t.
HI UE .TIONONGAIIELA U IIISKV Sbbts
L of the above, just received, of prime qunli'y. Sold to
us for six years old. JO. O. BROWN,
jc9 aa Coiiec st.
SI 0E VA II E ,5o0 pieces Stone Ware.eousisting
ol Jars, Churns, Jug, Milk Pans, Cu'ter Crocks, 4c, of
every size, just received. JO. G. BROWN,
Je , , . 43 College t
1)OUTI"lt AND SCOICll ALE Constantly
on band, Barclay. Perkins A Co celebrated Loudon
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. JO. G. BROWN,
Je9 A3 College street.
PEAIl7 rAICCIl 25 boxes of a very superior
article of Starch, Just received by
JO. 6. BROWN.
el ' - - 43 College st.
JOIl JELLIES 100 Iba. Isinglass, Sheet and EhreJ.
Also, Igroce Sparkling Gelatine; ''upuy" Extract of
Vanilla, Ae. J. G. BROWN,
jet ' 43 College st
-Abbey A Son's Gold Foil constantly on
JO. O. BROWN,
43 College street
CONGIIESS WATEK Constantly receiving, dl
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. O. BROWN,
f0 4-1 College St.
CPElI.n AND WAX CANDLEJs-10 boxes
O Spurn and Wan Candles, this day received by
JO. O. BROWN,
Jet 4o Cotlsw street
LEi:CllES lj)o08wdil Lec1ies a haad and for
sal by JO. O. BROWN,
Je . , . CttUeg at.
LAUD OIL 10 bbls. No. 1 Lard Oil oa haad by -.
JO, O. BKOWN.
jel . 44 Colcsi.
LADIES' SLIPPERS ,
I A DIES' Brown French Toilet Stlppera;
-4 44 Flo lilack Kid ti pper.,' Plain and Tnmd,
penel this day bjr JwliN RAViAGK,
Spf9 ' ' ' 4 College st
VOW I, a N DING AOhsgsPrUn Bal'uuorsColL;
ll 100 doe assorted Pickles;
1 half pipe pur a d Cognac Brandy.
epSS SKYMvfCR, FASNTSO A OX.
1 YTX ar aodsr way again, aad w!U ts pleased ts scrvs
v V our friends in acy thuig thry say want la U Fur.
oil or line. octlK . GataJMkA, NANCei A CU.
4 bh4 Orwshed and Powdered ugr;
2 hhds Whit Cltrysiaiiard . iL
8-1 hxa dsKtbl iUaed 1 oaf -do; - - 1
6 bias Uautmora BAad ' Afc -''
P1 j 5 feAYMdUR FANNLNQ A
A IS bcxes low price Tlrgtrini Tobareo;
-"tt do eeH-bratedfriacx" do
to do "Pride of Virginia do
0 do Paimetta Twist ' do "
lOO,4 Fpannh and American Cigars;
loo do. boiostwaWw, 5 j : -j i , j ,
bbls Nuts, aasorted; r ,
2-' Vgs eswfc Pappwr, rdc nl Ginfrr .
atldiA . . nkYMOUK, PASSING A
N I'OHIMtiNIENT '
re iaa ks. 1 lisaSrgt -I
S) zrri Putw ass No. WM' Le4 F" Irnr.
ept - IIIYMOL'R, FAfc'NINtl A CO.
T?rt Kj LE-A H0rtw A fD L T fn tl 5shv!n.
1 T lot fraat oa M-raverk street 54 feet, and tuu
bark iVt frri te a 11 oot aliey. Ihe M-Ar c-r t;rt 4 ruosa
asat hail, wtth stab Ira, Ae. I. J. MUJJlf f,
i - eel irNo. U UradrWk t
NEW AJLIYALCF riatSDGiV
Jot reewived) per Kailitai. aa airbttaal aanwy K
ee4!! U tesj. . kHiltTH.
- - ANDREWS 6l . JESUP,
COTTX MISSION JIERCIIANTS,
COTTON AND 'W0CLEN MACHINERY,!
Steam Engines and Boilers, Machinists' Tools,
Belting, Ac, ftc.
ravoftTsjia iss nRALSRS 19
No. 67 Pine St., New York.
K. B Agnnts for Uie "WOODRUFF A BEACU IR0X
WORKS" STEAM, ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Excl-Hve Ag-ncv In New York for "LOWELL MA
CHINE SHOP" Machinists' Toolb. (octS dl2m
CORNER 0Y DEADERICK ST. AND THE SQUARE,
i8 BOW supplied with a SUPERIOR 8TOCK OF GOOD8
and ready to wait upon all who may favor him with a
A IMcn Assortment el
ALWA YS OX UAXD
L?OIl SA Ll' Seven Lots situa'ed in Edgefield, front
tog on the White' Creek Turnpike, this sld of Camp
bell's store; all enclosed. The above property is well situ
ated either for business or resiliences. Terms easy. En
quire or K. A. DALLOWE, Gen. Agent,
. sep22 . . ho, IT Deaderick street
rpHE Public are respectfully iufonaed that LYONS A CO
X still crotioue selling their celebrated Cltolcrn. and
Oi.trrht'u Prcventivs-, (from the effects of which
so maBy last year reaped great comfort and relief,) by tbe
Gallon, Bottle or Glass. As preventives arc always Better
than cures, we strongly recommend all to use it. The Poor
upplied with iut chare-e, if accompsnieii with a practising
Doctor's certificate. Private Families particularly, should
have a bottle of this ar'ic e in th house. Id ease of emer
gency. , .., IVOSS U),
siyl ia Ucdar street.
E. N, CAKK A. CO.
1SS Pratt Street, .
A CI HC FOll IIAHD TIDIES. ,
AN P the Road to Wealth at E. N. CARR A CO'S, Ex
fhnnge and I.ot'ery Broker's, the great Prise sellers of
the Maryland Lt tteries, wh have, during the las six
months, sold fev ral Capital Prises, besides a large number
of s- alter ones, amounting iu the aggi etate to mora than
one hundred th mami d-d'ais And convince yourself by a
sing! 'rial that the great roitl to wealth Is to purchase a
icket of the lucky and fur-famed priie sellers,
E. N. CARR A CO. ,
, Choice Selected Schemes for October, 1855..
Del Air, Class 46, for Octoh-.r 8,13 4. Scheme.
1 Priie of $io,(Mm 1 I'rixe of tln.ino I Prise of 15,1)00
I do 4.SH3 i do l.(0 c. c.
Tickets 3- Shares in propoi tinn. Certificate of a psek
age of wholes In), halves f w, quarters flT.ru.
Patan cn. Class 274. for Crt. 18, lb5i cheme.
1 Prize ol r ,tHs) 1 Prize if l,i' . 1 Prise of
I do 160 1 do 137. 0 160 do 61)
64 do 90 Ac, Ac.
Ti' kets fl Shares in proportion. '' Certificate of package
cf V wholes fib, halves tt, quarters (4.
Washington Count. Clas 80, for Oct. 82. 1S65 Scheme
1 Prise of 24,9P 5 Prize t,f IS.tsK) 10 Prisesof li 600
10 do l.MK) 10 00 601) 26 do 260
25 do U0 Ac , Ao.
Tickets 13 Shares in prnnortion . Certificate of package
of iu wholes tli l, halves 60, quarters f HI.
Clays W, for the benefit of the Consolidated Lotteries, to be
drawn in the city of Baltimore, m i., on paturuay, UP.
. 17, l-ioS Scheme 15 drawn ballot) in each package of
lPnxeof fiVi.OOO IPriaeof 1-20,890
2 do of in.0 '0 are i,ihsi 4 do f 6,000 are 20,tssJ
S do of 'i.5 H) are iiMKHj liMI do ofl.llOOare UKJ.oOd
&i9 1I0 of Htsiare $101 7IMI, Ao., Ae.
Ticke's 11, ha've 10. qinrters . eighths $2.50.
Certifi'-Ht ot a package of2i whiles $206, halves $133.50,
quarters t56 25, eighths $: 13
All orders are conniientiat, ami tne omciai arawings wui
be ent to all who order tickets.
We receive the not-s of all solvent Ranks, or Check of
Deposit, and we rem t In return for Prise", Bank Check on
any place in the United Mates. No risk, no gain. A single
ptckage of tickets may draw the four highest prises.
All letters directed to t. . C AKtt a t.u. win come surety
to hand, and distant correspondents may feel sure that their
orders will be attended to the same as tf they were here
fhoie at a riktance will be particular in naming the post
office, county anl flute.
It his happened that we have made onr eorrespondVnts
rich before w has. the pleasure of a persiniil interview. A
single trinl may p ace you in possession of a competency
for life. 1'lease show tliU to your Iriend-. TRY Vs ! TRY
C3t Address, E. N. CARR A CO.,
sepl4 No. 1S3 Pratt street, Baltimore, M
JN0. S. & W. G. BEIEN,
ATTOllNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 2S Cherry Ptreet. ap8
AN ADVERTISE !l E N T
THAT APPEALS TO TUB
SOI'ND SENSE OF THE COMJICNIT V.
Th following unequalled aries of Family Medicine msy
dex-oilen upon with the utmost eoDQ Ierice. They have .
the approbation of the best physicians io the coun
try, and are recommended by all who have
tire I them a superior to any family mrd- .
icinrs known. THEY HAVE BEEN
BEFORE THE PUBLIC FOR TEN YEARS,
During which ti-ne more tha t 5,n00 certificates have been
- received from emlneiit public men and ethers, and are
now on hie at Cie Cosipsny's Ollic. THEY ARK
COMPOUNDED with th utmost ski!!, and the
ingredient are Ihoroughly testl by scien
tific chemh-ts, so that medicines (f a
uniform and reliable quality are
guaracleed in all cases.
THE QRiEFENBERQ VEGETABLE FILLS,
Are pirticul iriy valunhle for the prevention and cure ot
Fever in general. Bilious and Liver Complaint, Jaun
dice, Genera: Debility, Common andw k Headache,
Dyspepsia, Heart Burn, Costiveness, Griping,
L noary Diseases, Obstructions of the Men
ses, liitluenzii. Asthma, and fur a vari
' e;y of oth-r t.hrunie Dis-aser, io
ti:ie for all ordinary family me.
Full directions lor the various Diseases accompanying each
box. Price 25 cents a box.
THE GRiEFENBERQ DYSENTERY SYRUP,
A spetdy and In'allib'.e remedy in Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Bloody Flux, Cholera Morbus, Cholera infantum, and
the Asiatic Cholera, if taken with th first ymp- ,
toms, vis: vomit. ng and dl.irrhoea. It never
fills to cure thewo'at possible case of bow
el cotnplain's generally in a few hours,
seldom beyond a day. It Is pure
ly Vegetable, aud taken in al
most any quantity ia perlrctly hsrmless.
GRJSFENBTJRa GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT
invaluable for Burns, Wounds, Hprams, Chilblains, Corns,
ijore, Ssrelllng of all kin-!, KheumiuUm, Erysipelas,
Bronchitis Scrolu'a, Ulcers, Pain In the Bide and
Back, Imroediatoly r. lived, Inttaoiatioa of th
Bowels, and (or all esses where there ia
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATH0LIC0N,
A certain sure for ProUpsn Cirri, and for moat of the dis
tressing complitiuts Incident .0 Femaiea.
Prepared by Dr. TliKO. POMKH .Y, ol Csica, olely for
the Gia? etibe rg Company.
THE OTHER GR2EFENBERQ MEDICINES ARE,
itVEK AND AGUE PILLS,
LllililfS PILr. OINTMENT,
THE GR.F.FENBURG MANUAL OF 1ISALTH,
A complete hand-boon of merticine for fsmKie. Flic SAe
ALki, the ftn. us BKD BUG BANE, a certain cur for
Bugs. Pile 260, For sale bv
ALEX. MscKENZrt, NashvUle,
ept and by all Druggists tn town and cauntry.
To Country 3Icrchimts and Planters.
BOOTS1 fA N 13 S II O E S.
U IIOI.ESAI.E AND DETAIL.
C. W. ROBERTSON & CO.
l COLLEGE ST N AMIVlEl.i:.
I are receiving our entire Fa! st ck o CantUsmeD',
Ladiea', !irs', ChiMrens', Nfgre Brogsns, o leath
er Tva veliBg Tniut, 1 aasea, 11171
Haga,Poys' Ckith t-apa, fjcuimn 1 3 I
Wool Hats, Ac-, which wtB t-. eoni- j
pNt in Us (tey. Vtsr stock I
and baa b-eo fe.ec et cxprrvly 'or tii Fall and Winter
trade, and entt-racc all of the best at) lea of Philadelphia
and NewKrglansI Maaafartovers.
t I'LAMLEJ sod MERCHANT w'n Bod it tn their
InVire.t tHeail and examine MfakKt, we are deterssiaed I
flrJadR t sw prtro. We hav ran ru act- en t -vda
ksrg ssir th tsest DOl II X lOl .D liKfHJ AN
PUuUtiao u-e,a tm;h w Ui swliluw by the case or ami
Ceats Ca4f Waler Prnnf and e'ltched Boots; 4
44 U w qrrirrl Cos! aad Pant Msus; .
taVasTsH n l R-p Prfvew SoOtst - '
44 Ca.'f aud Hp Bingns; . , ,
Meta'.tc Bulkier chie.-s
' Boys' C f and Ri Bout; Toa'h,' Ca4? end S p Boots,
Ls-fie4 super P atn a-d T'rped Lastwg Cairri,
44 " hw'ea f:ters; . .
" ' White k, I Uaitrrr,
Kid srsiwaalWett Boots; -LadiM
Laecng GaiMw $i-is
Also, a fob assriiwat af alns' d ChiSrirfwi'
od 'fait. , C W. sUmCKT!' A CO..
aax-s , No U Outer ssr-gt.
. tOll MALEa
IlssU stnil I.w M LetaorestreeA.
t L-it f auU lii feet eo lu. Lri-t alrewt, and raa
m.rtt l'-S ItL - rh Hens i a two f-3rs AVitca. aod
eontal 'f 3 rix-ms, a baU atrv mu4 beUtw, with k.uaa t- '
koior, Ac. TUis prvpvrty I icaul la Mt swiytstasi saa r
th liiv;"e ani North-westara Bairtusd Dcit l ' j
esiavei a-a; lu fi tnuiia .-wrk W lt toy, aad eaa Da
had aissD g o4 Ursa. Fwf turthcr liforstsin. -o w i
it A. HMSo t.
il', " O.al A('thtti; ita4cfktl
JS A L A .11 A N D E U SAFES
"T1TARR ANTED to stand 10 ner cent more fire
V than any Herring's fates in nse, and sold at I
the same prices. Also, Iron ShtittrrvSash
and Hoars lor liuuk iunlta nndki
Mores. Also, Patent Male l.inrd KetrisT
cralsrs, all warranted ss -ood and cheap as any in ths
coot.try, ly EVAN? A WATSON, No. 26 South 4th atraet,
Philade'phia, Pa. Hal"x Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
all the celebrated Locks furoi.-hed when rerniired. W. C.
LILLARD is authorized to rec.eve orders, a&ii make sales ol
the above. my5 ly
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A
There has long existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could be relied on as
, aure and perfectly safe in its operation. This ha
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten-
' eive trial of ita virtues has conclusively shown with
- what success it accomplishes the rmrpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
.. make the beet of all pilit one which s'aould have
none of the objectious, but all the advantages, of
, every other. This has been attempted here, and
' with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been unfortunate for
the pa tiin t hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine ia acrimonious and irritatinz to the bovs
els. This is not. Many of them produce ao ranch
. griping pain and revulsion in the system aa to more.
' than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pills produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
Tegetahle, no harm can arise from their nse in any
. quantity ; bttt it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
n&e in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
' tnev mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Lnniriior and Loss f Ap
, petite, Listlessness. Irritability, Bilious Heaisrhe,
IJilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
, and Loins ; fur, in truth, all these are but tha con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
' ttvene-s, l'iies, Colic, Dysentery,. Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurry, Crilds wtth soreness of the body,
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgatfve is required.
' Tliev h:ve also produced some snngn'arlv suc-
- fesafitl cures in UliCumaUsiu. Cuitt. Dropsy . Gravel,'
J'j-ysipelas, I'alpttatioii of the lle..rt. Pains in the
Back, Stomach, and Siile. 'I hey should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to piniiy the blond
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An MTasionnl Hose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by theii
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
, Tate ttie strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
' though no serious derangement exints ; but un
necessary dosinif should never be carried too far,
aa every pnrgative medicine reduces the strength,
when Liken to excess, 'i he thousand eases in which
a physic is required cannot be enumerated he.re, but
they suggest themselves to the rtanuu of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a U tter purpose than any thing which has
hitherto beeu available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, th public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Bcinjr sugar-wrapped they ai
pleasant to take, and bein;r purely vegetable, n
Larin van arise tmin their use ut any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Boa.
JAMES C. AYER,
. rrurticul and Analytical Cliemist,
Price 25 Cents per Sox. Five Boxes for 51.
For tbe rapid Car of
(OIGIIS, (OLDS, HOARS ELSS,
BROA'UIITIS, W IIOOPIAG-rOlCU,
fROlP, ASTinii, 1XD
' This remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from Its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it ia entirely unnecessary to recount the vi
dt uce of its virtues iu any community wher it
has beeu employed. So wide is the field of it use
fulness, and so numerous th cases of its cure,
, that almost every section of the country abounds
In persons f nblicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of tht
lungs by ita use. When once tried its superiority
over ev-ry other medicine of its kind is too appa-
: rent to escape observation, ana where its virtue ar
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidot
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to onr climate. And not only in formidable at
tacks upon th lungs, but for the milder s;arietie
of Colus, Coughs, Hoaksiness, Ae.; and for
. Cuildkhk it is the plcasautest and safest msxlicin
that can be obtained.
A it has long been in ronsLtnt use throughout
this section, we need cot do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the beat that it ever
haw been, aud that the genuine article ia sold ky
BCTIRT A DKMOVtU.E, Whob-sale, Nashville, and Re
tail by BHOWV A ORUBBS, Nnhville; an I sold by all
dealers in niedioine In erery town in Tennessee.
FRF3nU!I DA0UERRE0TTFK AND FH0TO
NO. 8 I'NION ETRKKT, NA.SHVILLK, TBNN.
THK drift IHpl'na was ar.lfd to Huhs Brothers by the
Mis-lmnici' Institute at the lats exhibition tor h ssw
taoerreut.v pc ai d Pliotosiaplis, which prove conclusive
Iv the uperinr ty of onr pr:uro over a'l competitors, al
though they were riot fottrn n, fry the occasion bat such as
tbey sell to their 1 nstnroers dal.y. Ciiis-ns and Mrausrr
are poltie'y invitci loeall and see th largest aad best cole
lection of uperifitens in the f iu'h. ectli
NASHVILLE ACADEKY OF STUSIC.
No. 'H Vine Street, Nahville, Teon.
CHARLES HESS AND HENRT WERES.
DKPARTMENT3 The System of Instruction adopted tor
tins Aolmy Is the same as that pursued In th loyal
Aowdeeny In Paria, sad comprise five DepartaMtita, vur -Primary,
Preatman, Hophomore, Jaoior, aad tWniortto
wliit-h is ail led a KrCapltuUbon Department, designed tor
those who intend to adopt Wumc as a profession.
' TKRM3 PTJK gi-tON. '
PaiatsT DsrirrsntuT, - fW W
Ptv leasniw a wek, on daily, tfaturday excepted.
Fasxuaia litrsamsKX. . V 90
Pour lesson a , siin !s,TuJy, Thursday
anil Friday. . ,
tkiraotioa DsrwrtiiisrT .. s SO 00
Tbtec Itasons oe weik, Monday, WadrcraUy aad
Pvtday: ths tocceedlaf week TuemUy and Thursday.
Jasioa DarsBTwasT ' M CO
. jLcsMin aaiae ia number and In days a ia Ut
Fixti s TiieiaTMs.s-r 40 W
" Twote n a wk. Monday and Thursday.
BscarrTtLanisi DtraamaaT s.. W 86
1 Lewini daily, JsaturHay excepusit. -r-
su 0f th, frec iri( D.-Arti-enU, th Piano aaJ
Gutiar ate the vnly lustrunienta taught.
' ' EXTRAS. ' '
lost ad lea on th Hasp, t tetxeas a waek, per sla ( 15 00
. 44 la VwCaiiSaAWB, ' iw to
" Italian strK
I tn eKefreii'lemeaon the Tlolln, Tote,
Clarioa-H. AO-, tw everuessi awee. IS 8w
XW All txltan fes do on lb eatrsne f ! ;".
fa HSSS.1Q a wees in Bacred duw given W all rpiis BW
ef r.'urge. . ' '
in ' tare w.H be made r the us ot Instrument. M'isl
aaJ Siu-le li.Ss furn..hed trratls u paN. wm wimow
psrairtttd t rvUia Uiemaa theu-wa srjy rty ai th ekaw
of ths esi'iu.
Pupils !!! he received at any time, and (4.ar(.i ftan the
perhl thev etter to tbe el i th scion The artesst
aaef pwp is b rrair.! darmf dw tat.
l ae A-i44iemic Yrar .o i. aiiWj tat. lo ssaoas; ia
ae Cowith ricn.r on the M ilonJsy ia e--puiul"rr, an i t ioa
MM um uut 1 1 irfV JUoaary, tbe o'.brr wismr innng oa
hr 1st WotiliJ ia f tbraary a&d Gteif ta Aral Prt at
t ?"" ru'"B !n'ru 1 to Uir far shall rroels c!m t
rNw,, sn4 at naried u.tttity a tf. part af ts tu-
trwcM Ml ava l, tfcy sfeail ot f.ul to aUaia U e iirat4
laa-'-rd .t prtuutx J s Us.b thy at a'pr.
sifik-ituin to be ravle o -jr afUr Co Ut v ef fptav
r, at lii A.-a-lvy auffa -Ai
IPIItT twr lixicd t-f avd anxioas'y antic pated hraad
1 t t hsr o- saaanfcwd sprM;y sr ts
used as,l !v hs ty U rts CO,
sell- tf Ll CUf -
- Nct Book on rsMssIons.
CVCTOPiDT. nF Wl.s-I.)N3: C atjag - r
liieH ww al M'.ary ffrn ttirotp ta
Warkt. sY.ih t,-tnt-l,temt lK:ii'p-aaai aysus af Ik
Hu'l twukwuual.tw a its je". Ksst.
li a sf (.' .
taw slKltiu cf Crryw s Vsn'afiwa a ia
vi'. est to ire wark. f 1 . J bv
. cuAtu.ji avrrtr.
'art SB 4 l Cge Hreel.
RAILROADS & STAGES
TINS ESSES AND ALA B AHA RAILROAD.
COLt'TIRIA, WAlNrsnono, JACKSOX,
LAUK AX.F. AMI ?Ii:.TlllIIS.
SPLENDID Pear Horse Coaches from TrankMn to La
gnyijre, cnauecting at tin points with th &alroad to
Tuscuuibia. Ilorcucc tand?! ntganaefyi
Ala., and Aberdeen, Cot umbo
'- and Canton, ."rilsM,
T?ie lne Four Horse Toai-h Lines to these points, srs. all fa
exe-llent ord -r, making aelose connection with th Railroad
at frxuado. Tea a.
txpres Xr uu leaves Uie Depol at " .
w aijio to ,
l'ulaskl and Clkfon,
And to all place tbrou.'hr at the Southern coon try.
r. We hav splendid lioea ruuuui i, eoaaectisg sruh U Rail
road at Franklin.
A"ulaaki and i:lktoa.
Will leave Nashvill on the x o'eluek, P. MM Train, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
ACCOM lCDATKtsr Wif?
I eaves Nashville daily at I o'clock, P. oonaectfns; at
Franklin with a Daily Four Horse Coach Line to & lumbia.
For ail information, throu, h Tickets, Ac apply at the (ien
eral Railroad. Stage and Ouiuibua uCice, No. M Cedar street
opposite the Pit I'llice.
N. B.OmuibsBM will call for passengers in any part of
Ibecity. man' tf
FROJt NASZVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS
Timor,; 11 i.sj f-Ollt DAYs.
TIA Chattanoojra, Alnta, and West Point to Montgome.
ry by Railroad. Ticket to this pjint ta b bad at the
General Mug- office, opposite the Pct OSice, and at th De
pot. PrieeJlSW. . .
From MontKoroery to Mobile by a double dai'y line (morn
ina and cveninfr) ol stages ami steambuata, eoooeeting- tkw
steamers froia theuc W New Orleans.
H. I. AN!ERPON,
marll tf ' j Tieneral .Suo't N. A C. ka.lroad.
IROMthe l.'Mh Instant, to th 1st of June the rates of
Freight from Charleston saJ Savannah to Nashvill will
be as follows:
FIRST t . ANN. ,
Booksand S ationery, Bouts, Shoe cd Hats, Bottled Li
quors aud Oil.
Camnhine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels;
C'una, tilas and Olass Ware, Cigsrs in cases, Clocks.
Confectionery, cutlery In boxes and cases, Dry Goods in
boxes and bales.
Druu", Fruit Trees and Fhrulihery, Tars, Garden Seeds.
Looting tolaaics aad Lot king tiiasa Plates, "at owner's
Oysters in eaisand Jars, ?a-W!erv, Tin Ware, Tea an l
Hpicoa, Uetti. I vt)
M:-M ( LANS.
R trdware, "exeept Cutlery," Ueavy Catinj; and Ma-
Foreign l iquors in barrels or pip.-, Coniug, Tobacco In
box,-.. Carnage Pj.ncis and Axl- Leather in rolls and box
es. Oils in barrei, or ca?k. CriK-n-rv and Uueensware. ta
1 crates and casks, liice, iioc, V Uiuug, Plasterof Pari, Ac.,
Boxes, Furniture, Pianj Porte, Cams yea, "boel," and
other light articles, not tii'iaierated. Also. Carboy of Acid
will be taken at actual weigt.t, but charred double, 1st ciasa
rate loo tt. fa rO
All srticies not enumerated, to be charged at rales of an.
al ig u nrti-les.
Ptoiu 1st June to tst of Dec; nber, they will be changed
1st C'ass as above, per pi) lb 11 Jfl
2 44 " 44 ...'.100
Special rates 44 44 44 40
Merrhsnt shij p'n? fr.im t)te E istern cities will And this
tneciieaprst, a well as th.- met expHtious rout Freiirhts
fromNew Vorltand Ph.laile phia to Charleston and gavao
Oi h; ranev frm to 12 ceni s per cubic foot, according; to
class and character of vesscU.
As the Railroad CiiMpanie st Cliarleston and Savannah
hav Uiacoaiioued the Kecelvinn and Forwarding f Mer.
chandise.il will be necessary to consign to Commisaioo 41 er
81 jppers may rely upon a strict auhereaee to the abov
'ates. a. I. ANDr K.xON,8up't
. janll U N. A C. K. R.
. srrriAi. sotici:.
No shipments entitled to the above rates unless each and
every packaire has the name of tha IVpot of delivery, and
th initials N.AC. K. R. pUiuly marked upon it.
FREIGHT ON PR0LUCE TO CHARLESTON AND
ON sml after this d:vte, the Articles ss enumerated below,
will be sn' through ti Cl.ar.etiton aud Savannah atlh
pi h'e affi -d to each article?
l'oliaono, hh.'.s., y lStt. KO
Pork in bhia., loo 0s i go
Rugffug and Rope, y tyo II. j ih
II. 1. ANDKRSON, Sup't
JyT 4f N. A O. Railroad.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
OPEN TO THOMPSON'S STATION.
Of and after Thnrsdsy, Auirat 2.H trains will ran p
tswn N 4hvilW and Thompson's ftslioa, as follows :
flUItsi Tit tl.SI.
Lesves Nashville at 6 30 A. M.; arrives at Thompson's at
a A. n.
RE TCRNINO leaves Tliompson's at 8.13 A. M .; arrivs
at Nashville at 19.90 A. M.
Leaves Nashville at 8.15 P. M., arrives at Thompson's si
R IT fTRNlNA Leave Thompson's at 8.15 P. M.; arriv
at Na.bvil aal d.45 P. M.
Ou Sund.iy the Mornins; Traia on'T ill be run, lavia(
Nashville at T A. M., and Thompson'.- at S 15 A. M.
If At Tbomiwon's the Stage of Carter, Thomas and
Houh connect with the trains.
Tl.rouih Tickets ftr MEMPHIS, WATN'KSBORI TACK
HON, Tl SCVMBIA, FLOKr NC K, rt l.APK! nd COLCM
HtA, can be procured at the Ueneral Hug office, under tk
Veraorl.a liotrL A. ANtlk.S0N,
. a 02 K. Eng. aad Supt. -
.I'1" "rr "5 mmfm .
CAiin;it's spaiimi .'iixriKti.
. . . Taa Great Fiuifler of the Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MRRCL'RT 1M IT.
Lst th 4Jt trJ Until ami rtulr.
An Infallible Remedy tor S,-roftila, King's Evil, Rheumat am
Obstinate Cutaneeua Kru pilous, Piuiple er Postal a
the Face, Bi. tcbes, lloils, Ague and Fever, Cl.roo.ie Sor
Fyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, ,-cald Head, Fnlargement and
Pair of IM Hone and Joints, etubtxim I'lerrs, fyphiHii
Iiisorders, Lumbano, fpiiiai I inplaints, and all Disease
' arann rnna as ln) ii!k.oas I'se of Mercury, Imprudence
ia Life, or Impurity of th Blood.
""I'lJIS great aitera'ive medicine and Purifier of the Blood
A is now o-eil by thousands of srateful paisrnts from all
parts of the Untied 8ta.r, who tet.fy daily to tha remarV
able cwrs performed bv fie yrealest f all medicines, "CAR
TER'S fPA.MSiit SiHTL UK,4 Nearslsia, Rheumatism,
fcrolula, Cruptkms on the Skin, Liver Diseases, Fevers, Ul
cers, Old Sores, A ffection the KnitieT, Diseases of th
Throat, Female Complaints, Pains and Acliingof the Bon
and Join's, arr all sp-e tily put to dig'it by using thi great
SdJ snestimaM rsroeily.
For ail ilii-rasr of the HlooJ, nothing has yet been found
t eonspar with it. It cleauv ttM ycta of all un parities,
act grntly snd errcieiitlv on Uia Liver and Kidneys, s
streertlieiis the Dtresiirn, gives tone to lb Stomach, make
the akin clear and braJUiy. and restere tlie Constitution,
cafeehled by diseane or broken down by th excesses ol
jfHjta, ta its pruun vgor and strength.
For the Ladies, it la iucom.mbly better than all the eos
DetHr used. A tew doaai f Castbb's fpssisa Mrrreaa
Will remove ai. saihwnerM ol complexion, bring th roses)
mantling to th cheek, giv elasticity to th step, and im
prove tbe general health is a rauxaikaoi tiegT, bayaad ail
tne meju-toe ever t.csr.i or.
Th larg number of oertirlcstas which we hay leofwd
I mm persons from all parts of the CdiUnI Ststes, ia th bast
vulene that there Is sw liumbug sbnt it. The press, hotel
keepers, magistrate, pS.esu.nns, and public nta, wait kaowa
lo the community, H l t their testimony to th wonderful
effects of IhiatiKkAT BLOOD PL KUls.il.
Call oa th Ausvrand get a Cireu ar and Almanac, a4
emd ta wonderful eurea thi trary greatest el all madictne
None genuine anless signed BFNNFTTA BKERF, ProprU- .
tors, N. B Psart street, kMcliOMMad. Ta t to wboss ai rdrs
lor supplies and sgrmnr aot be addrrssl
And tor sal by W. 9. HM and1 K. W. DANDRTDGI V
Nashville, and by Dealers ia Mcdissae generally. -
Osif nCNORID TV-w-anJ lh. Rcnt
1 o bbls. Lard, for which 1 will way th feJgh)
ssarvet pnee rn c-n or 1 j--i it,. iao, riauisn, wwi,
bwcawaa. Tallow, ttmseag, ac i Rags, An., (a s.-hanw Mr
I HI H. if ANllCKMSilSJ.
. caa. 0. saaaurt.
Excelsior V'vharf Boat.
SMEDLEY, M!CC?itl & CO.,
COXHISSIQN AND FpSWARDUTO HZSCHANTS,1
PADK AII, K.V.
Ur B smald respwtfeily insWss Morchaata ar Bkipo4
thai wa ar bow arwiviBg aad ForwaT'llBg tij)
lr a o vl Hit fargeal and best ttarf Boats oa th i .
i km waters, swing tolirely Bw.
cuitt in hal. i'iri.tii;U!-cifi
V she lr-iirw Cu'tera, i'l Irr M . l, tirsia Muia, Lfcorn
Fsnai.-.g U.lla, ?r1ndst"a It. o-r, Oraia Mfsanw, Horsw
P.wv-rs, 1 Joas.PBmpa, Mswt Cu'.ur aud tirtaSsra, BXAO
a' , ...t-a aaad ao4 Air by
D. D. D1CXST.
anK CiWe sroet, NvabvrrW.
XTI.l' lltll.lt 1'lMCll I.N wanted bv
11 d. u. DicnrT,
V. s Caltov Mi st Bvirta,
. o t 1 c :
$20 0 REWARD!
N Ts-wlai evi l"g. at O-M f -li..",' Hsil ia NatSn,
during t. tsiai ef tk Msssansral Pair, a Ba4
dark F jck't kViot, Bill nl ei p aa state Sroa say
F-ctt. It cuta-il rrJ la B Jvistwa, soosb f wesripta, aJ
thrv r H-r b-40 " - 4 t .. 1 ;.', stgn4 sibsU' aad
tttsrwd by i. JekB Wsrs. As ti-e ae Iww aiaaa
Biai.ry syxes. sig-xd b, u,.i aa4 rBdrsA by Or. .
J-ika Wurn T.'a H aai I wot ar pnt.id sWsaa, witk
ait-', asBMtai, ae., bi.e , tl .-y ar the n!y bill aM
siB. by sys f ai.d etunit-l by kua, wsucife ar ia as
Iv, . Wv rwrl i be p , I fvf th rfMrs ef tN (Vila
a4 Sjo e avstSt lkW",'s 4 P W.4 s thssr sar
suat fvawssraal rvwu i kr th rutra f aay of las si , I
Ail Bra a. fc-i.isj a -t to iri bsosI as ass.sk '
Bill uv, as ikrt w 4 j b ( ' ....
ttti iLLO WlLUAklA
w ;t t,'i.;-?sr J"
. .'; 'n.-h;!ISS