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FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
47 I'nblic KqiiMrr,
direct importers ad uioli
sale dealers i
GUNS, CUTLER V
-A. XL I WAB.
RE Dnff In rMHnt -T iV..! . 1. u- I w.tl J j
would invite tbe paricul-tr attention cf Merchant
l-iting Na'.hvii'e ti their awortrocnt, believing lht their
lock embrace a gr-at lariety, and their goods are rflrred
at pr1e ax reasonable, a can he found in any market in
the Union, when cmtiof purchasing and lraniortation are
liken Into con -Herat Inn.
They now d-vote thrir who! attecllon to ih WHOLE
FAI K builnem, and, ill additien, being DIRHT IMP R
TERS of all ENGLISH AN1 GERMAN HARDWARE, they
are enabled to oDer tacilities to the Ketail Dealer .qual to
any f'ouse in any market. Thy wiil take pleasure at all
timet in showing ih.nugh their essiabUhruenl all who wid
tavo- them with a call.
W Feathers received at the highest market price.
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD,
American, Englisi & German mwj-,. ' l
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
WSST HIM PCKLIC SQrl.lt,
ian5 1y NASHVILLE. TENN.
Geo. L. Anderson.
Warehouse & Commission Merchant,
FOR THE SALE AND STORAGE OF
Cotton, Corn, II c. Wheat. Oatw, llacon
Lard, I'ealbrri and l leur,
Aui all manner of Produce and Merchandise, and will attend
to Beceiviujr and Forwarding merchandise.
"Cash advanced on Product in Store.
ISR'.CK WARUIOUs-, Noxra Sid rUmm t.,
ociS-dlru AUGUSTA, Ga.
CMHEV. ISO sacks prime white Corn, just received and
J tor title by D. D. DICKEY,
ept7 No. ft College street.
lUATCa PI I'E 3 and Inch Water Pine,jut re
reived and for sale by D. D. RICK t V,
p2l No. 6 College ttreet.
' SALE OF EE AL ESTATE
HY vlrue of a decree of the Honorable the Circuit Court
of David m county, ren lered at the Septemiei Term,
1S2'i, in the case of George Mirse. complainant, Hgaint Ma
Jr Miiiih etai, d,f-irUuti, 1 will on SArCKDAi', the lt
uay of December next, HK) to publiika'e for ca. h to the
Whist bidder, at the :ourt Hou-e door iu the e.tv of
Nasnvhle, the land described in said pleading, being a lot In
Mc.iavocn's Ad luiun to Nahvil'e, fronting 81 feet on Front
street and rauaing back lbOJf feet. Sale within the usual
b ur. TUOS. T. SMILEY,
oc "l K did Clerk.
COME TO TEA.
THE larga surplus of FACH It RAND If, APPLE BRAN
DY. D.ilKD PEACHES .d DKItD APPLES. iuT ti
nea.ee the prevent ie"n, will Bnd ie'ly iie t my 'tore,
at the hiith at mar-et pne t r the tllhy lucre, rumin lily
rairiietail or i.i exohtntie for Uroireriea, uoiwi-hsl inJing
imi.i. fit- m:iiastoiol,.
BrinK it .long and jret the nee-hul, don't bf hnckward.
Clll'K' It A.NU.M0 ,
ridl5 N k. I u l biua i ii., .N.sD.ille, Ten.
"I I'M' r-c ive ', fnun Dirt hm u imp irt. r, a kkmI aaort
.1 ment of t in - , r I u y, tuucf Arli
cl , Ac. crisi.tini m pirtof tlie follo.iiig, vit :
A li te iut nee 'f trenu n ; r m'.ith tooth I ilur Uruah
a. AI o. a Oi' aooriineiit enpecia ly fo, clul lien.
H itf. and t'uff Box t,o ueiiuug ueff uJ rcy nice.)
L ihiii'. enui le Kxtrm-'a;
Lai Huff i u ure.siii nnd narberi' Combs;
Large Tiausp irrnl V h b.til..
Uau '. r fi't llio. k;
Tjiici Vm. g.r, a iupcnr article f r the B ith:
To th HMte an I .n , ol vrio:i aiylca u patteroi;
: ftir tl ivi-a tu i H itliing tiru-hes;
. ay hu . ( tra nu- iu lar.e iinnle;)
in' KUi ir in; Hirry'a I ricophi-rou.;
Vetiet.ihie u J I. q u l Kuutfo Pinic Sa cera;
Sin p,iwJ. r, ol ii teJ lnd;
Hair ile- of the uaiai appr .v-d Hrand.
roraaleat erKKTCIlV HKO PT'IRF,
rpl Corner C ilieie and L'ninn utrreta.
Premium Bool & Shoe Manufactory.
EBfcW F 17 1 1 K K,
(?uccetor to Hamilton 4 Fuller.)
TEKKE8SEE BOOT AND SHOE KAHUFACTOET,
Corner Market and Spring or Church Sta.
R ATEFCb for the liberal pa rnnage be towed npon thil
T Manu'wiorv iinoe lit e.Ublihment, the Proprietor
feela determined to merit a CoDliuuaUon of the aaine in Iu
i hire now on hand a good aortment of ready
aaortment of ready
ol Men's, Boys' and
oi an I Hhoes; titfcrvT 11
rvants Fhoea, Ladies VtW
ma te work, jonaistinir in part ol
You'hi' Calf, Km and Thica Boot
Br.ijnn, doahl aole, house Hervan
and Mitaea Calf Morocco, and Kid itooli and ."hoes, all maie
irom (ioj suick, in goi a aiyieanu warrantea.
Order from Planr. Iron Masters, Railroad and Turn
pike 'omnaiiie reapectfully oliuiled.
frT All kinds d repairing don.
Cli paid for Hide. EBEN FULLER.
CEISWOLD S COTTON GINS.
rpilEiubacribrr being agent for the sale of the above gin,
X will keep a supply on hand, or furnish PUnters at abort
The gins have tha character of making pood lint, gin.
Oln fester, running lighter, cleaning the seed better, takint
at i lore uoaUau lia-h, and having boirs more durable
aad s wure against fire, than any other giua now in use, and
r olered on terms more aovautageous to the purchaser.
The most wtulartory rtfrences can be riven to establisl
this reputation, which they are alo waaaaKTati to mainuiu
B trial. If used according to the directions .em with each.
augl tf UT. YtATMAN.
ADiACi: IX roWDLK.
OWINn to th advanced price In Fa'tpetre, I Ox the price
or Powder Irom this dale at the folllowing rates :
For Dunnt'i Rifle Powder, per keg, (7 Ni
-" half " 4 00
" " " quarter " S f O
M Tenneasee It'sling, " h IO
Nahville, tept. 1,
It! ATE now on hand, and will hereafter keep a constant
upply of the following article :
Dupoiit'a celcbrted ilifleand Kportlna
i'0 dt r to cauistai and iiuailvr, ball and whole
Teuuitfkwre situating) In kegs of 2Mb and bar
Toy, liickford Ac Co'i Safety- l'ur, war
Railroad Contractors, Miner and the Trad generally,
ta iplied at the lowest market prior.
Prompt attention given to all order.
Agent ftr the Manufacturer.,
Ottioc with E. U. Cheatham a Co.,
epS Corner of rpriry and College street.
.11AKIIIL1LU IltO MAX TIL".
riHIS mpn!Co-Tit style of Mantel I fast taking th plc
jt beamv, nchneaa, durability, and particularly its cheap
ass. While their cost is only about half that of lh real
x arble, they indeed exceed th former in beauty, have a
awperi ir lustre, leas liable to soil, are much easier
apt clean, and far xowd m irble in durability, and are, at
be mum time, ieaa liable to break.
Ttie under.igned are anentt for th manafactnrm, Wal-'.a-,
lihow t'o , Liuuviile, Ky, and will rumiah there
to their patro-.. aa t the public geoerally, with grate, s-im-a-er
piece, aui every tiling CoiniXete; ml will alo ti'per
aiead their putting up. rk,tt'AUT k uWkV,
fci.ive tiealer. and Tinware Manufacturers,
saaHhi ds.lt 1'i.M lirwr-.t
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OFKIi'E Nort'i Wrt rtrwer of th Public Fquare, over
iyer Pearl's . h.ngr Ol.c They will Uav rwks eo
Dwellmgn and oti r H a io-J In tio as a n.i l- or
Dam. re by Fire. AUu, Marine and stiver hutjida, f ota
and to all piirta.
Ako-Xegroea again it the Cangeri of the Hirer.
JOHV M. HILL, J ""tr'l TACLX
j,Mr .ur.Y. TliyP-)N A.MiEKSON,
G M rufl, F. A UWlIN,
ALX ALLISOV. JtVM Hll,
U U. OAUDSrR, N t ALLO AT,
W. A. EAC1M.
j 'M I'll V.U LX. Prl.
A. W. BTTLER. Wr'arv - i-lt
AREremind! that I have the Wa e-rwo n well fj
torkJ with 1V BY THIa MW A0 DI l
lUAI'LK in my tin for the tall Trade, aad would b
TOR TEE LADII8-RECEJTED BT EZFXXSS.
I A l 1LS' Super Freiieh Heeled tiaileri;
j CougirM llielid boots;
" Browi Congret O H era.
A few d wen pair uf it Uut style ard veer ban re,
..r tun i!iuoir
t ofecea vj . - .
ap , . 4sW-g.il. I
c T yWwl
CHANGE OF TIME!
1SS3 SUKUER AEEANCE1HEKT. 1859
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Four Daily Fas lent Trains, at 6 A. II., 9 A. K.,
10:20 A. M. and 6 f, M.
The Qihleut, Shortest and 31xl Direct Route.
LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON.
Wheelinr Paserg -r Dine at Zanerville.
PilUburgh Passenger Dine at Crtstline.
Dunkirk and Buffalo Passenger Dine at Cleveland.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, ria Columbus, being the Fhort
Cfo ck and Direct ItO"te from Cincinnati to the E st
the time is -o arranged that It I made with ease. Connec
tion, are certain. Paeog are not snbj-ct tn delay, and
have full time for meals, which is a rreat comfort to ladie
and children. The Little Miami via Colun.bus. beinga thort
and quick ro'ite, does rot rt quire anonymona corren
dent or false map tn recommend it to the traveling public
tch and every trnin y the Little Miami rnle run into
the dipot of the Lake Shore Road at Cleveland.
run; via littm: jiia.'ii itoiTE.
From Cincinnati to
COI.CMTtca in X Hours;
CLEVELAND in -X Houm;
BLKKAI-O in 16 Hour;
ALBANY in 2 Hour.;
M W YORK in 81 Hour;
BOSTON In 8ft H-nr.;
C RATLINE In 6 Honrw;
PITTBL'RO in 14 Hours,
PHII AI KI.I'HiA in ?. nonr,
WUKKLINOin 10 Hour.
BALTIMORE in V Hour",
WASHINtrTON in!i9 Hoar,
ETECBENVILLK in 12 Hoar.
Raggng checked from Cincinnati to Wheeling, Pittsburg,
Cleveland, L'unk ra ana uuuaio.
Pawners by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day in
New York, Philadelphia, I'.altimore or Wasl.ingt -n City.
The Little Miami H the Aa-stern uepoi at vincinnaii.
FIVE DAILY TRAINS.
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pitubnrg, gtenbenville and
Wheehrg Lightning Express leave Cincinnati at A. M.,
t"T C lutnbns, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
York and Boston; Cres line, 1'itt.hurg. Baltimore, Philadel
phia aod New York; Zanesville, Wheeling, liultimore, Wash
ington Ci'y, Philadelphia and New York, Ac.; Bteuhenville,
Pandusky and Detroit; Xrnia, Yellow Springs nd Hpnnn
flell. TbJ Tram Hop. between Cincinnati and Columbu
at LoveliTid, Morrow, Xni and London only.
Pas-engeri by this tram for Lake steamers have Eve hour
ai-d a ha fat Cleveland. I
-COSD TRAIN Cleveland and Pitfburg Exprei, leave
winciunati at 9 A. M., for Columbns. Cleveland, Dunkirk,
uualo,New York and Boston; CresUine and Pituburg. Cir
c eville and Lan.-wtes Manchester, Chillu-olhe and Htllt
borough. This Tram wton. at s.li rKi nU between Cincmnati
Columbus, except u" "' "....'', " n,-TV,vJ
Clevelano nireci won . -
OF THE WK? ' and CKEChNT CITY, and conne. ting at
Kuffalo with the early morning trains lor New York, Boston,
T"lR'D TrlVlN-VVIieeiipi Expres. lesvee Cin'lnnatl nt
lo-2. A M for Columbus, iUneville Wheeling, Baltimore,
Wa-hinfton City, Philad.'lihia and New York.
Th I rain iopt at all poinU between Cmninnati and
" KOL'liTH TRAIN" Aceommodition, leave Cincinnati at
4PM for X'-nia, Yellow Spriui and prii.gflild; Circle
villeand Lancaster; lllanch-ster and ChUicotl.e. UilKboro
Th s Traia stops at all points between CiucmuaU and
XV'kTH TMAIN-Cl"Velmd, Pitts urg and Wheeling Night
Express, leaves Cin.-'rin iti at P M.. for Coluu.bUH, Cieve
a'nJ Dunkirk, hullalo, w York and BoaU.n; I rertline.
P ttiiburg Philadelphia and New York, Zmeavil e.Wheeiii.g,
Haltiniore, Wahirloii i'iiy. Phiia-lclplra and New York.
Tin Train ft-iw at all ioiius between Cincinnati and
Coluuibii, except l.inwK.d d Branch Hill.
.n Train on u.vta at t o'clock P. M.. for Columbus.
Trains run by Coluuitiu Tun. 7 Minute filler than Cin
a"U THROUGH TICKET?,
And all Information cm be bt ined at h new offi -es No.
2 l.urn-l H u-e Bui liuir. W. L. O'BR' t N, lutet A petit;
No 171 froniotlioe l.ibion llon-e BJililing. ALIXAM'IU
HAMiuVoN Ti- ket Ag 1 1; or at the o.d rSh-aj, MUth.a-t
corner -t Broadway and Front street. optio-ite foencer
House, .rat the Eaateru Litt. Miami) Depot, fast Front
'"e ' Vtfit '' ?" X A- X . until H
P W. 8THADER, O n lAgt.
THE OMNIIII'S LINE
Calls for Paiengers at all the pri cipal Hotels, for each and
evrry train. By leaVi'itf d-r.ctions at ei h-r of the lib ie
office, will call for paasengtr ic ail parts of the rttv with
CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE!
X EW i:ST K I l.UA I. A It It ANUl-.M I MT,
FROM LOUISVILLE, EX,
BJ THE JEFFERSON VILLE K. R.t
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI R. R.;
Or, Vlu IndiHiiapoll,
Br TIK BZLLEFOS TAIXE .f CLKVELAKD R. It.,
To Sanduiky, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara, Pitta
burg, Ealtimore, Washington City. Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, Ac
BOTH Route are expeditious, and through fares to i.ny of
the above points the me.
First Claas Pawenger Traintleave the Jefferaonville R. R.
Depot dail (t'undays excepted,) to make sur connection,
with he roads beyond.
i:i.r.i.Avri,v iiTTr.DVP omsiim srs
Arecanying passenger from the Ho'els, or any part of
Lo'ii.vllle, to and from the Railroad Station.
Further particular can be obtained by inquiring at the
office of the Hotels or at tbe Jeffenmnviile K K. Offic,
near the Gait House, Louisville, where through tickets to all
th principal citie can be procured.
JOHN ZULAUF, Pres't,
A- P. OPBORNE, Sup't.
J. W. Haix, Ticket Ag-nt in Louisville. JanJO tf
Vick-burg Whig, Natchex Courier, New Orlears Pi.-ayune
od Delta, Kagle A Enquirer in Memphis, please co y for
three months, and charge R. B. Office.
&aM FARE REDUCED.
Cabin Passaic (o iew York $20.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
The new and Pplendid side-wheel steamship
K'OXVII.I.i:,lM0tons Capt. C. D. LtULOw,
Al Cil STA 1500 toni Capt. T. Lion,
I I.Oltll.A 1SU0 ton Capt. M. H. WooDatru.
AI.A1IA7IA. 13u0tons Capt. O.K. Bchxsch,
Mill Leave Savannah
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
TbeM shl are among the largest on the coast, unsur
paaaed in sieed, safety or comfort making their passages In
r0 to 60 hours, and are commamlrd hy skillful, careful and
polite officer. Having elegant state-room socommoilationa,
they offer a most deairahle conveyance to New York.
Cabin passage ...-0.
fteerage passage 8.
Agents: PADH.FORO, FAY A CO., "avannah.
hAM'L L. M1TCUILL, 18 Broadway.
Je2l New York.
To Country Merchants and Planters.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
wholi:vm: axd hetail.
0,. ROBERTSON & CO.
14 oli.e;i: sr., namivilli:.
TE are receiving our entire Fall tk of Gentlemens',
Ladie.', Mle.', Chil 'ren', hegre Brogan. sole leath
i. ia ji. IT iravenng tiuo.a, - .n
i J rllTJ Rags, Povs' C'hiUi Capa, PlaniaUio
f'ltrCA"l Hata, Ae , which will be com.
ai sill i 1 1 1 t r In ten days. Our stock Is laigi
er Traveling Trunks, aiiar, carpel
and has bepa elee wd exnrewIT or th Fall and Inter
trade, and embr.ee all of th best style of Philadelphia
and New Er't.nd Manufacture'
tWPLASTrR anJ MEKCHAST will find it to their
Iniere-t locall and examine nurrtojk; wear determined to
.ffr Oood. at low price W hv eon.tantl. on band x
large stork of th heat DOC'ltLK fOLEU bR O ANU tor
Plautatian u,wh.th w will eU low by the case oramgl
Oeot Ca'f Water Proof and atilched Boo';
" l-.w quaiterrd Calf and Patent Shoes;
Wens' Cat and K p Prgaed Bouts;
Calf aod K p Hioguis,
M Meia'ic Kuiiber Mioeis
Boy.' C. f ami K.p Hoots, Youth-' Calf and K p Boot.
La lies' super P.am a d Tiped Lasting Oaiiera.
- h--e'ed 11 ,iter.
" While Kid tiaiter;
" Kid and Uat tteit llnot-;
Lad i.. L,sling baiters 1J
AUo, a fuu aaauriaiLnt of Miev' and Ctilldren Feee
aad liaitrr. c. W. hOBEKTS i.N A CO.,
aug'li-Jm N. It College streeL
t'ALI. cV ClMbllA.M
HATE Jtrt rwrrtved a few ra? the real MlanU Rill-, wd
to wider la lh. I aslih Ooverwmeot Kh-p Th-.H a
w! . with aecBr. y ( yarda, a prwved by artual ex
(ermrst belne Aetaatop4, where th jia soldiers hart
bwea killed bt than at that dutaoew.
la add ti 4 to th Krvwl.tioa it -- P. A C. hav alaa
tli .Imh1 Msrtitlff' llille-, wal of Mnajer
gua-a, toe u pa'pov U Deer Uun'tng, e Call sw4
Uiraa at th sigu i
-TltK Bl iLN."
oct I 1 aj
Norta Kd. Feb lie rquaro.
WROI ;ilT M'IKI "?5krn Wrwufnt Fplko.
fro 1 1 1 ( Inehe., reivd by i4ur rtl, aad
for s by j-yti) D. D. DICKEY.
T OCX al a soperW lot of I LAN K r OCS, )uwt revived ,
X-t ana AX J ay IJlllLU w. c auru.
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
From th Newspaper Advertiiing Agency of W. 8. SWTM
MEK, :-o. 14 ren.iid street, gT. LOCld, Mo.
WELCH ft GRIFFITHS
HAVING purchased from Mr. Wm. 8 othwell hl Patent
Right for grinding CIRCULAR and other as, for
I which w- have paid him a large .um, ad w ah th soli
raoraiiTOr or tmi rxnsr. We will re. ard any eron
g:.itig inoriiiHtion o( infringementaon the same.
This i the only Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
8a w perfectly even In tha-kneea
Ther will rtquire Its tt wi I not heat while running
will saw smooth save lumber and keep an edge longer
than any other aaw made and are not liable to become
A J oar 8a tn are made from an extra quality of Cast 8teel,
imported expressly for our own u-e, at much higher cost
than ta generally wta for raws.
We reanrtfullv inform i ll manufacturers of Lumber, that
no Saw will be sent from this establishment but what is of
superior steel and workmanih'p, the temper will be found
more even and uniform than any 8a w In use.
fJT Order received at our Warehouse. 62 Congress st..
Roston. WELCH m UKlf riTHa.
And hy our Agent,
erjgtt-8m 218 Main Street, St. I-oni.
Field, BcartUlce & Co.,
i.Tironrr.Rs and de.ii.eus in
PIECE GOODS TOR
o. 138 .Holii St. t. Louia, ?lo.
AVE NOW IN 8T0RE A HEAVY AND COMPLETE
stock f Goods suitable lor the
AlTl.Tl.1 A."MI tm'TEU SALES,
and are prepared to compete with any jobbing house in. the
UNITED STATE t?.
The stock consist in pat t of the following goods, vix :
C LsO TIMS.
DO bf KIN'S,
8ATIN DE 001X13,
II L A IV K L T S.
Every description of
TAILORS' AND CLOTHIERS' TRIMMINGS.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
iTII'N HIIIMl!f. GOODS.
An invitation is hereby respectfully extended to
MERCHANTS, CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS,
visitirg the city for the purpose of buying good in this line,
to exami.iuour stock before making their purchases.
Al! orders will : eceive prompt attention,
auglo-dswam FIELD, BEARDELEE A CO.
WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTORY.
FR. WALTER. II. Q. BOflN
WALTER tV BOHN,
Nos. 31 & 33 Market Street, between Main A 2d
tT. LOUIS, MO.
ONSTANTLY rn hand a Urre and fresh assortment of
al! kinds of FANCY ANIIES, which, lor Cheapne.
Qu il ly an I Varietv. cantotbesurp saed hv any other es
laoloihinent in the West. marSi ilawly
ESTABLISHED IN 1835.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(5u.raaor to Ira Tutld it Son,)
So. 212IfIAI M ItiiET, cor. of Morgan
8 AIN'T LO IIS MO.,
Importers and Manufacturer of
FRENCH BURR MILL STOKES,
LltiltU Amlior Hotting; t'lofli,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS,
KC. IIKK P.KI.T1NO,
IRON PROOF STAFFS,
DA MCA I. IRONS;
Our assortment of Mill Mtterial Is the lareest In 11
rnitrd Stutn At present we have on hand 25(1 pair o
MILL STONES. OraVrs promptly filled and all articles war
aanted. martl lyl O. A C. TODD A CO.
E.lIPIIti: SAW WORKS.
W. L F. CAGE A CO.
tVurrrooni Mo. 37 Main Street,
ST. i. or IS, MO.
f ANUFACTC11ER3 of every dertripUon of extra Cat
LM SIM Mill, Circular, 'it, MrUy, Om CtU, Fiili-e.
Il-intt and I'anel Stic; Sue lliiruli tl, lpHtx and Cvid
Ciitl, Trunk Sjrtngn, Xiiictt, lleaper buile, Sprinyt,
feyt'ld Saws repaired and made as good as new, at small
The undersigned have made such Improvements, and ar
rived at such perfection In the tempering and grinding de
par tmentcf tlieir Work., ard take such pain, to procure the
best quality of rteel, that they can assert, without fear ol
contradiction, that their Mock ot Saws oo hand and now
being manufactured, are and iil be. not onl y equal
but wnprrlor lo any made In or brought
to iliiw market.
Every Saw old under their guarantee will be made good
to the purchaser, If not found to be ro on trial.
marl d2tawly W. L. F. GAGE A CO.
DR. C. M. JACXS05, Philad'., Pa,,
will arracTFAitT rcaa
IITEB COIPUIXT, DTSPErSM, JJUXDICB,
CArowi or Verwow DtHlity, Uittur, of lh
Kidney; and all diuatet orwiny rum a dis.
mitrtd Livtr or AowtacA.
Inward files Full
Dew of B ooil to the
Head, Acidity of the Stom
ach, Nausea, Hartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or weight in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking, or
Flutteilng at the Pit of the Stomach, Swlm
tnit g of the Head, Hurried aod difficult breath
ing, I'lutirriiig at the Heart, Choaking or Suffocating
Seusations when in a lying posture, Dimneuof Vision,
Dots of H ebs o. f..r the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
In the Head, DeftcirDcy of I'eispiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eves, Pain in th
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ae.. Sud
den Flushe of Heat, BurUng
in the Heh, Constant Im
agining of Evil, and
T Proprietor, la calling th attention of the publlo U
this preparation, does so with a feeling of th utmost conn
dance in iu virtue, and adaptation lo Ui disease, for which
I Is recommended.
It is no new and untried article, but one that ha stood
the test of a ten y.arw trial belor the Ameri-an people,
and Its reputation and vale at unrivalled by any similar
preparation, eit.i t. lh tatiwjony in iu lavor given by
the ro.;t prominent and w.-l known Phyiciati and Indi
viduals, in all pru of iu country, n Imnierwe. Tli follow
ing from y. ur owu SUte, U rvperUully submitted, referring
any wbo may still doubt, to my Memorabilia, " or Practice 1
Receipt Book, for Fbtmer and Peniiie,lo b bad (rati, ol
ail the Agrn'sfor the German Bitter.
Prineiptl Olfico and Manufactury, 11 Arch street, I'hl.a
Te.timony from Tennessee.
Dr. II. B Scarborough, Dover. Teas., Aug V, 1558, say .
"I hare soM ad the Geriuaa Hitter yoa hav sent sue, aod
if th preparation continue to do a eiurh good as It has
doae, tt will b th beat osroicin ever Hlil here.n
t biiwigraaa, Sparta, Teaa.. Aiguat , ISM, say, : "I aw)
plaurd to state that your German bnten ha given sau.
(action In every in tance where it ha been ed."
B. T. Ilollin,, llill.boroQ. h Tenn., August ft, say :
"I are please u state that th German muers h.v given
general sail faction "
Dr. P. F.tu A Bro., Knoxvillle, Tena t'.h April, ISM.
aid: "Your hitter. : now selling very taat, and every
Kreoa that kas aaed It, bar a w. hav been ah I to learn,
a een beneetro:.'
J. W. Franklin A Co., Oallatlo, Teen., December SO, 140,
aid: Tb new Bna will want bkmto el your eater, soon,
a on of the partners think it I a great Medicine,"
R. I. Hardy, Bohvar, Tnn., September 15, ltSi, said :
1 her. a great demand lor year Bitter bare; pleas send
another lot auoa."
They ar tmutl waarraaLB, fro froas an InjnriowJ la-grtw-oia,
always sirm(iha th system, and a.ver proa
e-ad in Kaahvnu by BERRY A DEMOYILLL H. O. SCO
TEU AWiM BRO and O W. UENOaKSHOTT, aad by
Dwalaes la Ve-lK-iM aad atorkper verywhora.
HOHERT, GLOVES, Ae.
JO' received a Urg stock of Whiia, Brew aad Fancy
eolorod Cottsa, i.k aad Ltoie Thi ead, Uos and Cloy
KAStllt-VS l-'Oll FALL, 1855.
CLOAKS, TALMAS-AND MANTILLAS.
TTTTILL introduce for the insne-tion of Southern and Wei
v V tern Merchants on the lt of August, hi usual large
variety of gTwia in hi :ine,
EMr.R UDERED VELVET MANT1 ES,
R10II MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES.
PLAIN VELVET M t nTLES, Richly Trimmed,
COMBINATION OF VELVET AND MOiRE ANTIQUE, I
Ac. Ac. !
The buyer of the undersigned having Just returned from
France he is enabled to offer the most extensive a-ortmeat
of s'yles of any o'ber eitablo-hment In the country, all of
whicn, hy fpic al contract with the Pari Manufactures, are
exclusively ejnfined to h mself. His well known reputa
tion as the only publisher of regular monthly Fa-hinn Plates
in Harper' and Sodey's Magaaine should be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select from hi stock.
51 Canal Street, ft 63 Lispenard Street. N. York.
Principal entrance SI Canal treet, Second Manti la 8.ore
West of Broadway, south aide. augi Bm
V. JACKJiOX &. SO!V,
CRATE AND FENDER MAKERS,
246 Front Street and WO Broadway, NEW YORK.
ISA C L. PLATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Gla, from the old ertab
lished manufactory of the -
BRITISH PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all sixes, suitable for window of stores
and dwellings, Show Cases, Coach Lamps, Kail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse,
79 Murray Nlrcet, New York.
AMERICAN PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
fl'IIE Subscriber having taken the agency of the above
X Company, is now enabled o hirniah their Rough Plate
Class, for Sky ighU, Floor-tiles and Pavements, of a quality
supeiior to the imported article, and at much lower rates.
JOHN B. PLATT,
JylT Su 79 Murry street, New York.
PICOT ft SHOTWELL,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
HOISE n iCMMIING HARDWARE,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
XNVITE the attention of 80UTHERN and WESTERN
MERCHANTS to a LARGE AND VERY EXTENSIVE
STOCK CF GOODS IN Tli EI R LINE.
Cutlery of every description;
Silver Plated Ware; Japannery;
German Silver and Britannia Ware:
Tinned and Knumelled Cooking Utenttils;
I'.ronzed, Copper and Bras Goods;
Tea Trays, Mre Irons Fenders Wire Cover:
Bronxed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac.
Our-tock comprises every article in our line of businem,
all of which we will sell to dealers at the VKRY LOWEST
PltlcES FOR CASH 0 APPROVED PAPKR. Roods or
der. -il by letter will be selected with great care and despatch,
and pnt up iu the best manner
PICOT A SHOTWELL,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
PIP 8. Also, manufacturer of a very superior artie'e of
ated Spoons and Fork. jell Cm
COMUS, CANS AND FANCY GOODS.
10 Park 1'lace, New Vork,
INVITES U-e tten'ion of Southern and Western Mer
chinU to hi, new stock of Fans, Combs Hair. Tooth and
Nail Bruhes LadieV Keti.-uh s, Prrfum ry. Sow, Porte
Monnaics, J.-t and Head Bracelets, Pocket Book, Drew.
Lultons I ins anil Needles, Honk, and Eyes, Watch Guank,
Wax, Ci ral and Glass Bends. Necklaces, ic. In. ia Rubber
Combs, Canes, Halls and Toys of eveiy deacript on. Sets
srs, Kax-rs and l utlery. Gold and Gilt ewefy. Arcnr
deoni. and Violin-., incliuli' g a general and very large slock
of Engli-b, French and Gerioau Fancy Goods, which will be
told at the very lowest prices for tASH or approvkd Papkr.
Order hv letter iclecu-d and put up in the bet manner.
WILLIAM TALKER, 111 Pi.ik Place, N.w York.
P. 8 Pit ae cut tbi- out, myft dly
THE REST SIAIR 111 E.
DR. 0. M tL!.ARD'a (new article,) received the high- ;
eiit prer.iium at the WoatVa Faik and Amkhicam Isisti- j
tittk, wdere it waa examined by the DisrixcciMiii) Cukmi.-its .
Ilr. Cuiltox an-l Prof. Johm ToaKET, an i pronounced the
ItiT. For sale by the principal Druggists in thi city
Pricofl. Principal Oltice and Store, Nos. 4U an.i auu
BROADWAY. NewYoik. marl-ly
JO. G. BROWN
DRUGS. CHE22ICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
43 College Street, N SHVU.LE, TENN.,
MY stock of Fancy Goods Perfumery, c, i. now very
cn.plite, hiving received tre-h .upidier, selected b
one of the firm ii)prio-i, vix: l.uhin's, Hax.n'sand Mib-helV
Extracti.; American Tinct. and Germn Cologne Water.
Fancy Sr:ip; Hair an I Tooth Bruihes, in every style: Dil
luc'. and L- hin'sS ichets; Aroii atic Chrystals, China, Metal
and Glas-. luff Ifaixes, several new styles; Shell Con b,, l-irge
stock A!o hive on hand Indigo, Madder, White Leal,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac, Ac jt9
THE Copartnership heretofore existing undr the firm
.tyleof BROWN A GKURliS, is this day diMi.lveil bv
mutu I convent. Jo. G. hsowx I, alone authoiix-d to use
the name of the firm in liquidation. Ac.
J'.IH G BROWN,
Nashville, June 8, 1555. W. B. GBCBliS.
JO. G. RROU'N,
HAVING purchased the entire lntret of Afr. W. B.
GKDBBd, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS a for
merly, at the old stand, where he will bo pleased to see hi.'
friends, Ac, Ac No 44 Col.ege street. JS
IISIIINU TACKLE A large stock, selected by
one of the firm, consisting of Genuine Llntrr
it k Hooka, plain and on Snoois also, Aberdeen,
Gravetaleen and common Limerick Hook.; a splendid as
sortment ot Line cable laid Silk and S-a Gra, spun ami
plaited Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every va
riety, Reels, Jointed Rods Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac In short, can supply thoso who can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every thing they may need to the
successful prosecution of thi useful calling.
JO. G. BROWN,
4-1 College t.
Ill It i: MONO GUI EL A llNKV-5bbl
A of the above, ust received, of prime quail y. Bold to
o for six yeai. old. JO. G. BROWN,
Jc 4 Collere st.
DI ON E WAR I' S.500 piece. Stone Ware, consisting
O ol Jars Churns Jugs, Milk Pans, butter Crock,, Ac, of
every s.e, Just received. JO.O. BROWN,
Je9 43 College St.
1)OICTI'R AND srorCII A I-E Constantly
on hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co' celebrated London
Porter and Mein' Scotch Ale. JO. G. HKuWN,
Je 43 College street.
PEARL STARCH 2 boxes of a very superior
article of S;arcb, just, received by
JO. G. BROWN,
c 4:1 College st
;OIC JELLIES DH) lb, Ijinelass Sheet and Shred.
Also, I groce Spirkltog Uel-Une; "upay's Kxtract ot
Vanilla, Ac J.G.BROWN,
Je 41 Col'eee st.
GOLD I'OI L Abbey A Son' 0"fd Foil constantly on
hand. JO. O. BROWN,
je9 3 College street
CtONGRESS WATER Constsntly receiving, dl
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. G. BftOWN,
te9 43 Clege t
li'i:il.H ASD WAX CAIDLES-IO boxes
O Sperm and Was Candles, this dav received by
43 College (treat
Li:i: IIES 1.0U0 Sweedish Leeclie oa hand and for
sale by JO. G. BROWN,
Jet 43 College it.
LARD OIL lObbl. No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by
J. O. BicOWN,
Jet 4 Co"ef
LADIES Btwh French Toilet Slipper,;
Fin Black Kid tl.pper., Plain and Trhnmod,
nenH thi day ly JoUN RAMaGK,
-W 42 C-dere st
NOW LiMMMJ- 40 bag, Prim BaJ Jaor CV ff--e;
10U doc aaaorted Pickles;
t ha.f pipe, par d Ooenae Brandy.
aej.M BkYM jCR, FANNING A CO.
UT E ar wn4er way agin, aad will bo pleased to serv
urfirn-l In any thing they may want lo th rur
aiturwhoe. oct.l OauOwlS, NANCE A CO.
J I NT RECEIVED
(1 bMCru-hcd and Powdered Sugars;
X" hhd, tA h t Chrystalisod do;
J I K..X -s douHle Redned I oaf do;
1(3 UbU Laluucre Refined do.
aepU SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.
In run 1
1 boxes lnw pileed Vlrrln' Tobseoo;
M v rs-'ebrated T.rtrntr" do
f4 Vi "Pride of Ylrgima' , o
to o Paluxuo Twwt 4
100.wJ SpaaiUi and Americas Clgara;
l't. boawa Swrdinws
fi bti Nat, aaaorted: '
bags each Pvppar, Spin aiwt Ginfwe.
ep25 AEYMOLX, FANNING A CO.
ft bale No. 1 Oisvmrp:
ti k.rs Piara aad tin. I Whl'e Lead. Fo- . low.
aepU SYMUL'IL. f ASKING A Co.
lit fcAI.E A ROrSE AND L'T hi Wa HaabTllI.
Ta ha frww s oa MrGarork MrwH M IWs aad rwa
bark ISO feel Mat owt aiiey. TV iloua contain 4 rwoea
aad bait, wit ruble. A. R. A. BALLOWB,
eU Oenl Agt, No. 1 1 Ddnek M.
NEW ARBiTAL CF FOI BOCtl
JUI r rwwJww4 paf flrlt aa additional rnpp'F by
wai-tf ij. r. uoau.
ANDREWS 5t JESUP,
COTTON AND WOOLEN MACHINERY,
Steam Engines and Boilers, Machinists' Tools,
Belting, Ac , 4c.
ixroaTika xd dkalkk ii
MANE V A V T IT IC E It N ARTICLES,
No. GT Pine M New York.
N. B -Agents frr the WOODRUFF A REACH IRON
WORKS" STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Exclntire Agencv in New York for " LOWELL M A
CHINE SHOP" Macuutisia' Tools. oct8 dISm
CORNER OF DEADERICK ST. AND THE SQUARE,
3 now supplied with a SUPERIOR STCK CF GOODS
and ready to wait upon all who may f ivor him with a
A Ilieli Aosorlmr-nt of
AL WA rs O.Y IIAD.
POIl SALE Seven Lots situa'ed in EdgefttW, front
ing on the White's Creek Turnpike, thi ide of Camp
bell's i-tore; all enclosed. The above property is well situ
ated either f r business or resilience.. Term, eai-y. En
quire of R. A. BALLOWE, Gen. Ager.t,
ep.'2 B No. 17 Deaderick street.
CHOLERA I It E V E N T I V E.
'pnE Public are re.pectfjlly informed that LYONS A CO
X still c 'ntinue selling their celtbraled Cholera sand
Oiarrlif-a I'rrvinlivr, (from the effecu of which
so many last year reaptd great e mfort and relief,) by the
Ga'lou, bottle or Glas. Aspeventive, are always better
than cures, we strongly recommend all to ue It. The Poor
supplied without charge, if accoiup-nied with a practising
Doctor's certificate, t rivate Families particularly, i-hould
have a bottle of this'ar ic e in the house, in rase of emer
gency. LYONS A CO.,
myl 19 Cellar street
E. N, CAR It &. CO.
188 Pratt Street, '
A Cf HE FOR HARD TIMES
AND the Ro id to Va th at E. N. CARR A CO'.-, Ex
change and Lot'ery Broker's, the great Piise sellers of
the Maryland Lotteries, who have, during the last six
months, sold 6ev. ral Capital Prizes, besides a large numt-er
of s-xaller ones, amounting iu the aggregate to more than
one hundred thousand d 'liars. And conviuce yourself by a
single trial that tbe great road to wealth is to purchase a
cket of the lucky and fr-famed prize sellers,
E. N. CARR A CO.
Choice Selected Schemes for October, 1855.
Bel-Air. Class 45, for October 9, 19 5 -Scheme.
1 Prixe of 2iV" 1 Prixe of f HV;i) t Prixe of 16,000
1 do 4.8SS 10 do l.fKiO Ac, Ac.
Ticket 5 Shares in propoi f ion. Cert-fVate of a pack
age of wholes f Ti, h lives :J5, quarters tlTJM).
Patup-co, CU 2T4, for Oct. IS, ls55 ? heme.
1 Prize 01 45,1100 1 Prize cf l,t 1 prixe of $5no
1 do 150 1 do 137. 0 lot) do 60
64 do V'l) Ac, Ac
Th kets .1 Shares in pr"p.r'.ion. Certiflcate of package
cf 2i wholes $16, halves (S, quarters (4.
Washington Count." , Claas 81, fcrOcL 22, iar5 Scheme
1 I'riraiol t-'l,9l" 5 Prises cf V'-OO H) Prises of $J 5(HI
10 do 1,1't'O 10 c'o 6o0 25 do 25
25 do viHi An, Ac
Ticket S Slia'es in prooortion. Certificate of package
of i-d whole 1- h i) vet. &), iU,rter t
Cla-is W, for the ' eoeftt of the Con filiated Lotterie, to he
drawn in'leciiyof Baltimore, M i , on Saturday, Oc .
27, IS'iS Scheme- 15 dram ballot- iu each package of
2(i t.ik. ti.
1 Pnxe of 6 1 cOO 1 Prixe of J-2 9S"
i do of 10 0'Oare 2H.IV-0 4 do i f.0l0are W.tti
8 do o' 2 5''0 are 2 lot! lo ol 1 000 are 100,t0r
839 !o or 3'iOare tid 700. c , Ac.
TirVets I'.o, halve fid. gu .r era Si, .ighit.s 2 5
Certifi -ire .. a package 1 f 2t h lcs 4205, h.dves f132.50,
quartcri. t6S "5, eu hih- -W 12
All ordern are cocfi'tential, and the official drawings will
he f nt to all wl o oriler i. keta.
Ut receive the not-s of all solvent Bank., or ChecV of
Dfpo it and we rim t in leturn for I'rixes liank Checks 011
ai'.v I'la.-i-in Th-Vni ed -ta -s. No 1 i-k. no gain. A single
pickape.f ilcket. ii'ay draw the f ur hurtiem prises
All leti.-r directdl to E. N. CAR'l A CO .ill come safely
to h .ml an I d stant correspondent ma fc-1 sure that heir
or ers will be attended to the same as if tbey Were here
I hoar al a distance will be particular in naming the post
o!li -e, coon'y an I St te.
It has happened tt :it we have mnde our correspToVnt
rich b- fine hat the pleiuiure ol a p, r-winal interview A
ling e trial may pace ou in jofesion of a competency
f.r lite. I lease show thi to your ti.enil . THY lb ! TRY
US! Aldiess E- N- CARR A CO.,
sepU No. lisS Pratt s'reet, Ualtimore, M.
JNO. S. & W. 0. BRIEI,,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Nali ville, Tenn.
OrTlCP Wo. 2 Cherry Street ap
A N A l V r. It T I I : I E N T
THAT APPEAU TO THE
SOI'ND SENSE OF THE COMMUNITY.
Th following uut q ialled svne. of F.im lv Medicine may
dt'pemteii upi-n wiih the utmost cotiD lenre. 1 ln-y have
the approbation of the besi phy-ieian, in thecoun
tiy, and are r'-cominended by a: II who have
used them as superior to any family med
icin.a knowu. 1 II KY LAVE BEEN
BEFORE THE PUBLIC FOR TEN YEARS,
During which tin more thai S.otki certitlcnte hav been
received Irom eminent public n.en nd t then", and ar
now on file at the Company' iifnce. TllEY ARK
COMPOUNDED with the utm-wt skill, rndth
ingredients are il.oroughly tested by cien
tttic chemi.-ts, so thai medicine of a
uniform and reliable quality ar
guaranteed in all cases.
THE GR2EFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS,
Are particularly valuah1 for the preveution and cur ot
Fever in general. Bilious and l.ivrr Complainu, Jaun
dice, Genera Debility, Common and Sick Head ache,
Dv.pepsia, Heart Burn, CoMivenrs irriping,
Urinary Diseases, Obrtructions of the Mea
ses, InQaenxa, A-ihma, and for a vari
ety of o.her Chronic Diaaes; in
15 i.e lor all ordinary family ui-e".
Full directions for the various Di?eaae accompanying each
box. Price 25 cents a box.
THE GR2EFENBEEG DYSENTERY SYRUP,
A pe.dy and in'allihie remedy in 1'iarrhrei, Pyentery,
liloody Flux, Cholera M 01 bus, Cholera Infantum, and
th Asiatic Chohra, if taken with the first f ymp
tom,V'X: vomiting and di irrhre. It never
fails to cm e the woi l possible cases of bow
el coniplaio's generally in a few hours.
Seldom beyond a day. It i. pure
ly Vegetable, aod taken in al
most any quantity i. perfectly harmless
GRJEFENBURCr GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT1
Invait.:ble for Burns, Wounds, Spra ns Chilblains, Corns
SorrsSweliiugs of all kinos Khenmatiam, Erysipelas
BroiH-hitls, J-crolu'a. Ulcers, Pain, In the Side and
Back, immediately irvrd, Inflamationof the
bowels, aud for allcaaea where there ia
hi S.I mat ion.
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOUCON,
A certain cure for Prolapu- Uteri, and f moat of the di
tremiiig compl .int. incident .0 Females.
Prepirrd by Dr. T1IKO. POMfctt.Y, of flica, solely for
the Gts erlierg Coniny.
THE OTHER GSJEFENBERO MEDICINES ARE,
UK ALT 1 1 BlTTFRS,
CHILDREN' PAN Cr!A,
.EVER AND AliL E PILLS,
LiP-Bl'S PILE OINTMENT,
THE GRiFENBURG MANUAL OF H F.ALT!!,
A complete h.md-bMik of medklne for lamilie. Price 2.V
ALSO, the fimnu, BKD BUG BANK, a certain cure for
Bug,, price 5o. For s-.le by
ALEX. MacKENZIE, Nashville,
c;r 4 and by all Druggists ia town and country.
Land for Sale.
I0PFFR fir sale (:.)) SEVEN UUND'lED ACRES JN
OF LAND lying on lh-Cohinbia Central Turnpike 7
Roa , ,even mile bon Coiunibia and four from Mt P.ea
ant, being a part of th tract on w kh I resi.le.
This Land i. equal If Do. superior to any iu Maury enunty
It i well w.tere.1, (the celebrated Dever luring being 00
th part offered for sale) wed limbered and well improved
There are on th prwmhv omw beautiful bailding sites
fronting the Turnpike and the contemplated Rail Koad. It
will b; di.l led 10 suit pwr-haser nriohl In a bsxly.
For further informal on i ply lo me at Ashwood P. OSce,
Mur enunty, Teuoessre,
augll tf 1 Ci'ICi J. POLK.
Na hriile Cnion and Louisville Journal please copy.
Allonwe and Lot oa MiLmo estree. Th T
Lot f.ont 13! feet on McUaiorv .trvstt. and run ij- '
ack lo4 tel. It ilotuw w a two 8 ory B tt. and 2iJ
cntaiii. 5 rooms hull ab-v .ikI below, with km-hea oat-hou-e,
Ac. -Tins property i lorateil ta the belgbtiorKooJ of
the Norhville and North-Western Railroad llvpm. It I abo
4ienitit to the buuue-s pooioa of tt coy, and can b
ha-1 apoo good Ut ma. .or lurthcr inlonnatKMt, .pplr to
R. A. BALUrft'K,
K i G,a1 Ag't No. IT lead.r.ck
v IILi:T I 100 bundle Hwl lr.m, .rt receiv.
O ed and for " D. D. MCKEV,
"ul No 5 t-IW-tf. street
m - 1
TELL 151 GGV THIL ' 1 :- ai IJX aul j
Euk-;y Tre, .uat received aad k,i by
epll No. i Cfchcge .Ocet
McGREDY A; CARMICHtEI
AND LANDSCAPE GARDENERS,
NAMIY1LLE TLI N
Three "L. ri from th cuy, oa fJua JJi'Wboro' Tarepik.
HAY. fcrak 7rit Tree. OraiwTiBwa, Ever
lrvww atU Orawcwatal Troe. Sbrubs Ham, AjV' J
Grwobouse plants O-age Orc fcw bedgws "H JT
Garden laid l or r odebwd. BwwqwrU to wraVr
at ail vaww. VscT 1 as
Broai SUMt, AtMsia Ga.
rTBIS aew aad iwmmsdtju linn, apiMMiidly far- f
A aiaired. 1 already for Ui roeepuoa of . f
J n. artoa, Propriat. Mr. icaaaana.a.X 11
1V7ARRANTED to stand 10 oer cent more flee
V V than any Herring' Pafe. in use, and sold at I 3
the sane price. Also, Iron Nbiltt. rw,Ni gg
and Door for Kank Vaults andtaOu
tort-. Also, I'alcnt late i.inrd Reirisr
eralers, all warranted as good and cheap aa any ia ta
eout.trv, by EVANS A WATSON, No. 16 South 4th street,
Phdnde'phia, Pa. Hall's Patent Powder Proof Lock, and
all the celebrated Lock furnbhed when required. W. C.
LILLARD is authorized to recteve orders, aud make sales of
the above my5 1 y
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A
Titers has lrrnir existed a public demand for an
effective purgative piil -which could be relied on aa
sure and nerfectly safe in its operation. This ha
. been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten-
jr J-,rr :... 1,. ... bnwn -ritb
Ie Ultll Ol 1"B , 11 IU" v.ill.tJ-v.j onv. n,.u
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It ut easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all ptlli one which slionld have
none of the objections hnt 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 patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is not. Many of them produce o much
(rripinj? pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These ptU produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity; but it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several disease to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of jaundice. Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in tmth, all these are but the con
aetieuce of diseased action in the liver. Aa an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness, I'iles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body.
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is re;uirrd.
They have also produced some singtilarlv suc
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, I aius in the
Back, Stomach, and SMe. They should he freely
taken in the spring of the yeur, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulates tbe stomach and
bowel into healthy action, and restores the app
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, aud, by theil
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the 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 exists ; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine rednces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which
a physic is re.irtired cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purpose than any thing which ha
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when tit need of a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped they are
Eloasant to take, and being purely vegetable, nt
arm can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Box.
JAMES 0. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Price 23 Cents per Box. Five Boxes for SL
Fr th rapid Car of
fOlGHS, fOLDS, HOARSENESS,
BKO.MIIITIS, M I!00PI.- 01GII,
(KOI P. ASTIMM, A.D
This remedy has won for itseii such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is eutirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so' numerous the cases of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When once tried it superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape olmervation, and where its virtues ar
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidotal
to employ for the distressing and dangeroua affec-1
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident I
to our climate. And uot only in formidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but fur the milder varieties
of C'dlos, Covr.its, Hoakseness, Ac; and for
Children it is the pleasantest and safest medicine
that can be obtained.
As it has long been in constant use throtighont
this section, we need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the bet that it evaf
ban been, and that the genuine article is sold by
BERRY A DEMOV1LI.E, Whnlesa'e, Nashville, ami Re
tail by BROWN A GRUBiiS, Nashville; anj sold by all
dealers In uieili'!n In eery town iu Tennessee.
PREMIUM DAGUERREOTYPE AND PHOTO
NO. 2 UNION STKI.ET, NA-aHVILLF, TEXN.
rTlHK first Diploma waa awarded to Hughs Brothers by th
A Mechanic-.' Institute at the lata evhit ltion for the best
Paurreiti pea and Photoirraphs, which prove conclusive
ly tbe super! yr ty of our picture over a l competitors al
tliouuh I hey were not g jtten uo (o the occasion but such a
th.-y m-II tu their ustouier. dai y. Cit srn, and alranger.
are poi teiy invtud tocatl and see the largest and best col
leelion of pwi'nen. In the t trh. wctlit
NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
No. x4 Vic Street, Nashville, Teon.
CHARLES HES3 AND HENRY WEBER.
DEPARTMENTS Th System f Instruct l n adopted far
tbl Academy is the same as that pursued la th Royal
Academy In Pans and con prise five Departments, via
Frtmaiy, Fre,bmn, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior, to
which is added a Recapitulation Department, designed lor
lho. whj Intend to adopt Music aa a profisaioa.
TERMS PER SES;ION.
rai.isv PnarsT $20 00
Five lesmn, a week, one daily, Saturday excepted.
FaxMtata lrrTr.. S3 00
Fuur lesion a week, Monday, Tuesday, lharsday
Soroownas PmrmrsT 80 00
Thieaieiu.ioa.ine week, M rulay, WdrI.y and
Friday, the succeeding week Tday and Thursday.
JCMoa DxriaTMKNT 83 00
Leareo saui In nimber aad ia day as In the
Erxioa rmiTm-T 40 CO
Two teims a week. Mm day and Thursday.
SacirrrsLiTK Dkraaraurr (0 00
Le-woo daily, daarlay eireptad.
r la all of the foregoing Depi'toMuls th Piano and
Guitar are the .oly inuruments taught
lastruetleo on th Harn, lemon, a week, par Macioa 45 0
- in Vooaliaau-.o, "
" Ita'lau ttle, AS W
to eliswe ol gentlemeo oo th. Violin, Flute,
. CI .riuO'-t e., two evenlr jr a week, 13 00
All tuition lees due on the entrance f th rnpiL
Owe leaa a week in Jwered Mu-le r' ad pupil f
No rharee win be made Ibe the use ut Intrwnnts Misk
aa-1 Mute Hook, furm.h-d rraua w tliw rp" wl w.ll w
permuted Ui retail them a Uieir owa prop.rly at lb cto
of (b aevtiiw.
I'u(.iia wiii b received at aay trne, and rhargwl from th
prri.aj the, er.ter to th eloae of the r,ion Tfi a.teaJ
aaecof put..'. " II sw required dnring tb Iratoawaiy.
The Aca.lemieYrarw.il IvrlWi le i iut two sewuuow; th
on eommr wring on th id Monday ta Ppember. and ck
I a, ew tb. la-A .riilay in January, th tttt r oummeartDg a
kw 1st Mcud.y in February aod Cid. g oo lh Arst Friday
ItT" Pu;l inHi'wd o their er .l-afl retire rtow at
oiion, and if anwevtried awwduity o th part nf th. tn-
irsx-lurs ai avail, they shaU aolfail lo aitaiu tb eervaW
at arulard of pechc . cv to which ti e, may a.pirw.
App H-atioa ta be made to or afWr tb ii U f wpUav
r, at ti Acwdea-y augis -aut
',II4T Wng lu.ed for aril aoiMHt-'y ami p.ted b'axi4
1 if lobai ro maa4ia:iaiwd txprwly a a rw
wived aad f aa by LYON A Co,
acBlt a 19 IVU (KTrwl.
New Bocli oa Minions.
VCYCLOPtDU OF U13rt)Nd: Coa!iu'F a rnarrw
aeanve v . of Ua. unary oMeatiaa ttiroaghoot th
World. W.tb bKi.rae-a-Uiip;"wi'derJBif llv
Poe.,1, Moral and kati'gHJttseoadiuua f I he pecp.a. Br tUl.
Uaav st SJawoMtB.
Tie u9iKw of Orgy f "1 Awwwwa.rftoiS I ta
riiwd as Ut aaov wt. Foe aw by , " '
ciutxaA w swrra.
e4 at 41 Coo. MrwHL
RAILROADS & STAGES
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RALLROAii.
COLI iTRIA,ArA?IE.SBORO. JACKsO.1,
LAGRANGE AND 7IE.TIPIIIS.
SPLENDID Four Horse Coache from Franklin to La
grange, connecting at tl,o points with the Railroad to
Tuwciiatbia. I lorcnce and .'I ntgoiuery,
Ala., and Aberdeen, Columbus
and Canton, Tliws.
The fine Four Hone Coach lines to thr points are all la
exc Hem order, making a cloa connection with th Railroad
at Franklin, Tenn.
Express Train leaves the Depot at
l'ulaski and Elk Ion,
And to all place tbronghont the Southern country.
We have npiendid lines runuiug, connecting with the Rail
road at Franahn.
I'ulak! and Elk ton.
Win leave Nashville on the 3 o'clock, P. Mn Train, Monday,
Weduewiay and Friday.
Leaves Nashville daily at o'clock, P. M., eonnectlnc at
Fnr.klin with a Daily Four Hre Coach Line toC'dumbia.
For all information, through T.ckets, Ac apply at the Gen
eral Railroad. Slape and Omnibus office. No. zd Cedar street
ovipo-it. the P. st Odice.
N. B. Omnibiues will calt for passengers inanypaitof
Heei.y. mar? -ti
FRO it NASHVILLETO NEWRLEANS
TIIUOCGII IX IOIII DA.N.
VrIA Chidlanooga, All nta. and VVet Point to Montgome-
ry by Railro .d. Ti. ket to this poin' to be had at th
General ptafe Office, opi-osil the Post Office, and at lh De
pot. Price S 16 lai.
From Monuomery to Mot.iie by a double daily line (morn
ing and evening) ol staireiand steamboat, connecting th
steamers front liience to New Orleans.
11. I. ANDERSON,
r.ene-a! Sun't N. A 0 Railroad.
marl 4 tf
C'S P'O Cri
HATES REDI CEIl.
Tj'ROMthe loth Instant, to thi 1st of Juue th rates of
X Freight from Charleston and Savannah to Nashville will
be as follow.:
Books and S atiouery, Boots Shoes and Hat. Bottled Li
quors and Oils.
Caranlune and Snirit. Tu riwol na In -L . . I
' r , . v-..- tun oarre X
China, ula and Glass tvare. Cigar, ia cases. Clocks.
Confectionery, cutlery in boxes and cars. Dry Gocd jB
boxes and bales.
Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden See.1.
Looking Ulxes and Looking Gias. Plates, "at owuer'
Oyster in can, and jar,, Saddlery, Tio Ware, Tea and
Spices luti lb. j t0
m:c od class.
Hardware, "except Cutlery," Heavy Casting aad Ma.
Foreign Liquor, in barrel-, or pipe,. Cordage, Tobcco in
DOXe. i'rrilli.' Jinnm nn.l L - I..- t. .1
V..i -1 - - w.iiitr m rous and box
es. Oils in barrels or ca.sk s Crockery and Oveen.ware in
niirni .nil -u.l., O T . . . ,... U
a '"u " ni"u8 rtasierul ran. Ae
SPECIAL RATES. ' W
Boxe. Furniture, Piano Fortes. Carrimrea, "boxed - and
other liifht articles not n-ime'iited. Aw, Carboyrof Acid
will be tsken t actual weiaht, but charged tkuble, 1st clas
rates V 1.j lbs. ia M
All articles not enumerated, to be charged al rates ol an.
KromluJuuetolstof Decenber, they will be chanced
Ul Csm above, prr 100 lbs tf
Special rates " " J 40
Merch ints .hipping from the Eastern citie will find thi
t ne cher!.t, ltl: a, the JnnM expeditious .out Freiifh;
from New York aod Ph lade'phia to Charl. ston aad Savan
m h; ranees from i to la cen's per cubic fool, aceordia lo
Clan and character of v.-ei.
As th Railroad Companies si Charleston and Savannah
have discontinued tbe llei-eivin and ...rwarding ..f Mer.
ehamtise,ilwilltaeiie.-eM.y toeonjign lo Commission Mer.
chant at tlie points.
Shippers may rely upon a strict adherence to the above
r1",, U. I. ANDERSON, Snp't
janl'.-tf N. A C. R. R.
srECUL MUX E.
No shipments entitled:., the alx-ve r:it.sunlea each and
every package has the name of the Den. ol deliy. ry au i
tbe initials N . A C. It. R. (ylauil marked upon it. '
11. I. A.
FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLISTON AND
ON and after this date, the Article, a, enumerated below,
will hesrnt thronirh to Charleston aud Savannah at the
pi ice. a!Hx-d to ex. h arti. !e:
Tobacco, hh.ts.. lim Iba
Pork ia Lbls., V loo 8-s 1.. ..."."!."."!tl ia)
Bagging and Rope, V Ut) fr 1 ,)
, , II. I. ANDERSON, Supt
Jjl tf N. A C. Railroad.
. I TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
'f .,r a
OPEN TO THOMPSON'S STATION.
ON and after Ti.urs.Ly, Ajgu.tz.kl. train w II run be
tween N ishvill. aod Thompvin'a Station, aa follow :
Iaj.TesNaahvllleat6.30 A. M.; arrives at Thompson', al
w A. M.
RETURNING leave TtHmpua ' at 8.45 A. M-; arrive
at Nashville at lu.ikl A. M.
5 p'sT"" NhT " 8 11 P' 11 rri l Thompson's v.
RKIURNINf Leave Thompson's al 5.15 P. M.; srriv
at Na-hvii a at 6 V P VI.
Oofund-.y tl. Mornii.g Trin on'w wil a run, leaving
Nashville at I A. M , aud Thompson' at 8 45 A. M.
t3ET"At Thoniw.in'. the Stages of Carter, Thomas and
Hou,;h conne.-! with the trains.
TlirnUKh Tickets for AIKMPHI3 WAYVr?BORr MHC
SON, TLSCL wBIA, FLOittNCE, I U(ASKI and COLIM
HI A, ran be procured at the General Stanel'mce. under tbe
Veranda.! UutcL A. ANIJEI.HON,
R. Eng. aod Supt.
CARTER'S M'A.M.NII .IIIXIXUL.
The Great Pnrier of th Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
Let lh AJ.trUd .Vm r . Wer.
An Inralllble Remedy lor Scrofula, Kin.'. Evil, Rbenmat sm
Obstinate Cataneoua EruiHiona, Pimple or Poalule ea
11: Face, Bl"b-he, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chrome Horo
E e., Rirg Worm or fetter, Pcald Heail, Enlargement and
Pair of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers Syphilitic
Disorder., Lunjlw.ro, Spinal Complaints, and all Disease
arising from an InJ-jJIcioo, U of Mercury, Impradcaco
In Life, or Impunly ol the Blood.
Tl 'H IS great alterative medicine and Puriner of the Blood
A ia now u-ed by th.auands of grateful patient fro- all
part" of the United Sta.e, who tentifv daily In the remark
able cures performed by he greatest, fall neduHnea, "CAR
TK' SPANISH MIXTURE." Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Scrolula, Fruptions on the Sain, Liv-r Disease, revsr., Ul
cers Oal Sore, AnVctmns ol th Eida.s Dtweaa of th
Throat, Female Complaints Pains and Aching of th Bones
aod Joints, ar: all speedily pot to flight by uaing thi great
aud inestimable remedy.
For all diseaae of the Bl9nd, nothing ha yet been (bond
to compare with it. It clrinsee the system of all Imparilirau
act gently and efficiently on the Liver and K.dueyw
trangtheii th Digestion, gives time tn the Stomach, make
the skia clear and healthy, and redore the Cooalitutioa,
iofeeble.1 by disewe or broken down by th xcewe ol
ytMith, to It. priaiio trgiw and strengtb.
Fi-r lh. Laities, it ia incomparably better than all the eo
BMtleever UM-d. A few Som-, i f l'aTiia' SnsMi Mirrraa
will remov al. saliewneas of complcnoa. bring th rum
mantling to the cheek, give laa(H-ily to Hi. step, aod ia
prov the general brail b In a ramai kaM degree, beywud all
the rae li' lnes ever heard t.
Th larg numlier of cerliRcste. whh-h we hav received
Iron, perava from all parr, of th I'nited State, the bst
vidence that ther is no Hu ubug ,u,at is The prewi, hotel
krTersmg tn rate, phystrnns, an-l public mew, we.l known
to tiV community, all a' Id their tw-timvny to that wooderfUl
en, -tsof IhisutiE.tT BLOl.D PI KlrltiL
Ca t en th Assay and gel a Cneular and Almanae, and)
ead th wonderful cure (his truly greateai of ail awdicia
None genuine unless signed BKNNETT A BEERS, Prwpria
lors. No. t Pearl uert, hiebroond. V ; to who all ordars
lor sappMe and agencies ssoal b ad-frol.
Aod for sal by M'. F. OKAY and E. VY. DANDRIDQI
Nashville, and by Dealer in Medico generally,
ONE HUNDRED Too aad lb. Bacon:
too SOI. Lard, lur which 1 will pay lh high
market prir ia ewah we grocwrte. Also, Fatber, Wool,
br- wax. Tallow. Oinsecg, aad Rags Ae., la axehanc foe
,aei. fleSI III KTM aWHVIcSOl
caas. . wssucar.
Excelsior Wharf Boat.
SMHCLEY, M?C0NNELL & CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORVARDIVO MERCHANTS,
PA DMA II, KY.
UT E would rc!'.fu!'y lulonw NrKkasu or Fhipyiwe
that we are su unreiv.ug aud ForwarHtif iriwl
fra 1 one of tn l,tr"t aed i-et U barf Boat, oa in W
torn waters beiog wuiuw'y aew. je1 dly
GUICI I.TI RAL lIPLi;tLV tV-ia
thCtorsK'rwCatlwr. I'i-t. r M K Wraia Miil,Cb
FaaauisT l...s tinnd-ton. tWiter, Israia M,wnr.s Mn
F-wer., 1 kiw, P-jmjM, "lai Caiwr aod tortodara, Slaao
Wl'i , . .,o bauid aai lor aaie by
D. D. DICKCT. "
kn? tVIU-r awrt, Nwdiviltau
Vi:n DRIED PE It'll LSwanie.1 b
1 D. D. DICEtT.
Na. i CnJIefW aleweS Maetikj.
Tw-lav ev.nl-. at Odl Feitowa H.II la NawhriH.
4ar'.ig ibe aa-' af th. M. -baaicaJ Far, a awiad
dark P -t -. w th iH i. p waa Molea Brwws Bty
It cowtained t0 ia BUaa N jtwa, iss rweeipta. aad
inrw or iwu bias boi. t .xt kaog-, sHcawd aw aywad aa4
alorwd by Dr J Water. Au, tnre ar taar bland
aosuw-ry swtx. atga.4 by aavweif aad eoiurwsd by Dr.
Jhtt Water. Tnewa R iisaai 1 auar printed ras w.ib
a.,, aasnaata. As., burn i livy ar i only kali ar antwa
tai by k ) aad aJurjed by aha, whielt ar ia aia
Tlv bov reward w it be paid lor tba rwtwra of th BUb.
aad Niws w laAir aftoa aiU Mad lol.ir aeuonra.
awuw--prwiyriial reward lor tb .eiwra l aay o4 taaav
AS awrr aia aot-dod aut la trad tar aegvtuua Aay Mat.
Va or Bvssa, a ujr wni sot bs d.