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NASHVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1855.
- WHOLE IT0. 3493.
DAILY TRUE WHIG.
miwrrn n rrmjRHun v
B. R. McKENNIE AND (iEO. B. BROWN,
runm thk rim or
B. B. McKENNIE ft CO.
OfFICE O DEAPKKICK STREET.
, RATES OF ADVEHTISIKG.
Newspaper proprietors generally, and especially of tTils
slty, under the usages nd regulations heretnfcire prcva" lng
are called upon to perform more labor wilhrut remunera
tion, than any other elm of community. The gratuitous
publication of charity and religious advertisement, and com
mnnlcatioaa, tribute of respect, obituaries, Ae.. Ac., wLlch
ean oly be inserted at a heavy coat to the proprietor, im
pose npon them a burden so onorou, that they feel called
upon, in self-defence, to check the almte, by making luch
publication a charm, to some extent at least, upon the par
tie WHtri mmediately lntereW. In thi they are bat fol-
lowing the example of the pret in other citiea, imelled by
enae of iu intrinsic propriety, and Imperative duty to
tbswnsetve The utjrrlher hare, therefore, united toe-eth-er
In a mutual agreement, upon the io lowing specified term
or the publication of theae a well a every aort of regular
for each square of 1 tinea or leii of brevier, or 10 lines or
lea of nonpareil, for the 1st insertion (1 00
F or each additional insertion, per square 60
" aor aanrwiBL.
For one square, 1 month dally,.. 5 if) each additional t M
do do t do do 8 00 do do 4 00
do do 8 do do 10 00 do do 8 00
do do. do do '-LVOV 4 - rfn 00
do do 11 do do 80 IKI do do 19 00
do do IS do changeable at pleasure, SO 00
Each additional square, 10 00
T or one square per month, tri- weekly t 00 each add. f 2 00
do changeable at pleasure.
Patent Medicines will be published at 100 per column
dlly,or75tri-weekly with f! for each renewal.
t Steamboats running to New Orleans will be charged J10
or the season; and when runninpr to Ft. Louis, Cincinnati,
are. 15forthe season of not more than six months.
The privilege of Yearly Advertisers in strictly limited to
their own immediate and regular business; and the buninrs
of an Advertising Firm Is not considered as Including that
of H or individual memtiers.
Advertisements published at Intervals, Vic weekly, or
v monthly, are charged tl per square for the first, and 60 ctf
or every subsequent insertion.
Calls on persons to become candidates, will be Inserted as
Other advertisements, to be pnid for Invariably in advance.
Announcing candidates for County and State ofllces .'.,and
for municipal efhe 3, to be paid in advance in every in
stance. All advertisements for strangers or transient persons to be
paid in advance.
Advertisements not marked on the copy for a specified
time will be Inserted till forbid, and payment exacted.
No advertisements can be inserted gratuitously.
All advertisement for charitable institutions, fir compa
nies, ward, town, and other public meetings, including rell
irlous notices, to lie charged half price.
Marriages and deaths are published as news. OWt
Uaiie, tribute of respect, and funeral invitaiious as other
Regular advertiers and all others sending communica
tion or requiring notice designed to call attention to Fairs,
Polreea, Concerts, or any public entertainments, where
charge are made for admittance, all notice of private aao
ciatlona, every notice designed to call attention to private
enterprises calculated or intended to promote Individual in
tercut, can only be Inserted with the understanding that the
same I to be paid for. If inserted In the editorial column
(which can be only at the discretion of the editors) the same
will be oharged at the rateof not leaa than 2u cents per line.
The undersigned, publishers of dally and til- weekly papers
la Nashville, pledge ourselves stri.-tl.v to adhere to the above
bill of price, and In no instance to deviate from them.
B. R. McKENNIE A CO., True Whig Office.
J. L. MARI.INO A CO., Union and American.
W. F. DANU A CO., BannerOfflce.
Aft'nEUSO, K. l.v dealer In Lace and Fancy
Gooda, Ac, A, Union street. No. 82, between College
and Cherry streets, Bastiviiie, i ena.
nEltKY, XV. T. Ac 'M Wholesale and ReUil
XX dealers In Books, Stationery, Ac, West side Public
CEIt'TO!V Ac A II IIOTT. dealers In Gentlemen's
Apparel and Furnishing Goods, Cedar street, near the
DO I (.EAS, II. A- II. Ac '., Importers and
Wholesale dealers In Domestic Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
Bonnets, Shoes, Brogans, Ac, north side Public tsjuare.
niKIlt A :0 Importers and Wholesale dealers In
Jtli roreign aud Domestic, Fancy and Htaple Goods, Bonnets,
llaU, Boots, fchoes, Ac, north side public Bquare. jeio
FA I. Ei Ac Cl'NIC;iI I, Importers and Whole
sale and Retail dealers in Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College st. between Union and the Square.
HEWIEKMIOTT, .. V Wholesale and Re
tail dealer In Drugs, Medicines, PaluU.Olls, Dye-stuffs,
etc, corner of Cedar st. and the bquare. Jels
"IV f A Itrrl.E, II. V.. Civil Engineer, Purveyor and
XA DraughtMuan. Also, Book Keeper ana uenera Ac
countant. Olnoe on Hpring it. one door west of Cherry st.
(IKGAK A "0. Wholesale dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods, etc, North side Public bquare.
LtTEUAUT. ItOIIEIIT. Wholesale and Retail
O dealer in !.r. series, Liifuors, Boat f lures, etc Water at.,
ronting upper Meaniboat Landing. ela
WrillTE.IlA V '. Manufacturer and dealer
V iii Printing, H riling, Wrajiping Paer, east side Public
Zlli:i(7l A', J. !., Wholesale and Retail dealer
in lrug Medicines, Paints, Oils. Dye-stuffs, etc., sign of
tbe Lion and Mortar, Market si., 4 duors from the gquare.
THE undersigned, late of Georgia, having removed to the
City of Nashville, offers bis servires to the citiaeni of
Georgia, E. Tennessee and North Alabama for the purchase
of Dry Goods, Groceries, Corn, Wheal, Kye, Bacon, Lard,
Fine Horses, Mules, Cattle, and in short, every article of
trade offered in the Nashville market.
The Merchant Kmhville are men of high character
and pecuniary standing, and have large and well selected
stocks that they offer on lilirral terms, which should induce
the merchants of Upper Georgia, Kast Tennessee and Norlh
Alabama to give the Nashville market a lair trial. As to
the Grocery Market, the propriety will suggest iuelf to the
mind of every merchant in the sections of country named,
as the most proper hr tlteir trade.
The long connection of the undersigned with th Railroads
Vof Georgia, as General Agent, Treasurer and RuK-rintend-'
cut of Transportation, as well as Agent at I hatunooga sev
eral years lor th Hanking Interest of havantuh, will enable
him snore readily to inv.sligale claims agaim-t Kilnd
Companies, lor lost goods or lor damage whils In transitu,
for the renewal or iiscountof notes or bills In bank, Ac.
AM letters inclosing order and money will reoeive prompt
attention, and all orders without the money, when satisfac
tory evidence of solvency and promptness accompanies the
nine, or the parties known to be such, shall teeeive like
attention, when ordering articles that eouie under the rule
or custom of tbe market to sell on time. 1 will also give
strict attention to receiving and forwarding all goods that
are not lo be stored, that may be directed to my care. The
charges for the purchase of goods, Ac, will be five per cent
commission, and twenty cents lor each box or package for
receiving and lui warding. r- R- MILLS,
Teat Office Building, No. 8,
RF.FTRENCr R. TL Ctrri-ss, F.sq., Prest Oentral Rail
road and Bank; MaJ. A. Poaxsa, Pre'! Bank Bute of Geor
wia, ftavannah; Usac Boott, kq., Pres't Macon and West
ern Railroad, Maoon; Hon. Jons P. Kmo, Prest, and Gso.
Too l"up't Georgia Railroad, and F. T. Comb, Esq., Au
" rusta; M J. J. F. Cooraa, Gen. Pupt Western and AUantlc
Kailroad, Atlanta; Gen. A. J. Hssssax, Attorney at Law,
Marietta; Gsxiaoa 8. Buc, Esq, Rome Ga.; Capt. Jtass
M axima and Col. J. A. Wmra.ttH, Ctiattanonga, J. L.
Mmoa and Jo. P a. as. Esq., Knoxville, Tcnn.; Hiujau
Maoxsw, Ksq Decatur, and Judgo Us, HunUville, Ala.
' DAK. A. JOH.IKTO:.
WATCH MAKtR, JEWELLER AND fclLVERPMlTH,
No, 4 earns T rrssrr, (oooraa's si-iltiso,)
IAS Mi.&! . t Af Sit An J f k-H
ionable JEWaXKY, which he wiUscU as OW,
chra as can be bought In Nashville. K-J Tg
I will also manuiMuiure ililr
kui'IIIV AMIS Ml.VI lt UOltli.
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rTcrvderritirn to order, on the shortest notice. 8IL.
VEK hPOOMS, rtlKKS, KMVU. PIA1H AND FANCY
COODkcevetall) kept constant!) ou hsixl.ssc' k-ruievvrt
MAM rr stud Itrstullllil Article ad
ded to my usual supplies,
saw Do Dot lorgrt iu rpltmdi.l Sod It fltrr.
G. H. llLNDEKMiOTr,
Corner of Cedar Ptreet and the .uie,
,prxg Naiviue, Tien.
a tr v tiiisi i: e it
AND GENIRAL AGENT,
No. 63 Cherry Btreet, ItaahYille, Trrn.,
'ILL attrod lo the rale 4 Dry GuotW, oioosric. Real
Estate, abd Persoa&l l"i .i-i 1 1.
Also, will attend t the r.n.uug or cullrcung el acini m
Houses, aud liirr ol Naioes, Ac
Lrim coilectli.g ul Cla s, or the aUustarnt of U
aaoie, lacd in hu bands will be allsouul to aiUi pra t
ass aud despatch. JrIa
FTUIRTY bale Richmond 7-e Osusbuigs;
X to t-slee Richland 4 4 do
10 do FranktlB 4-4 do
Pol table for making b-tu
101 W. I'. Got DON A C t
New York City Business Directory.
From 8. M. PETTTNGILL A CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCV
119 Nassau Street, Nrw York,
And No. 10 State street, BosmB. ,
P. Co., are Acents for the mont Influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United States and
FrOTTENET Ac CO Importers of French and
other European Goods, No. 4 8 Broad street.
PATENT ELASTIC SKIRTS.
BATES Ac FICAIVC I', So. 1 IfHrclny St.
IV V. Cimtum. None are genuine except they have
the stamp of the Pntent. All manufacturers and sellers in
fringinr, will be prosecuted according to law.
SUPERIOR PIANO FORTES.
Jn. IS. WEST,
TTAP now in store a targe supply of PIANO
AX KOKTr-N, of very superior tone, style
and finish, of 6, OX, and 7 octaves, man-1
Huxrr, Davis k Co., Boston,
T. Gilbkrt A Co., Boston,
Nckss A Clskx, New York,
which, for durability, perfection and volume ef tone, are
lot equaled by any other makers known in this market, and
shieh he will diose of at manufacturer's prices, with tbe
addition of carriage. Those wishing to purchase would do
well a apply soon, as heis quit crowded, soil anxious to
sel , to make room for others very soon expected.
LANSU ABE-tllO boxes quart Flasks;
T loo do H pint do; In store and
for sale by JySl W. h. GORDON A CO.
?00,02d ItXSIlEL! WHEAT
II T ASTRO immediately at the highest cash price. Bag)
V V furnished if desired. D. D. DICKKY,
aag8 No. 5 College street.
'J A I. LOW CAMII. 3"0 boxes J. Doyle A Co't
A hird pressed Summer Tallow Candles in st re and lot
W. II. GORDON A CO.
0S!AHl'It;S 20 bales Trlon Factory, Georgia,
Osnshurga, a beavv article, suitable for wheat baps for
thlpmer.t North; for sale by W. H. GORDON A CO.
SOAX 200 boxe No. 1 Bar floap Id store and for sale
by jeSO W. H. GOICDON A CO.
TAIES l.OtX) kegs Fhornberger's Nails in tore and
for sale by jyJ W. II. GORDCN A CO.
I "NY II AiS 100 bales V lst gunny bags, lost
received and Wialt w. 11. UOKDON A CO.
A I.Tim OH F. f:OFI'EE-700 sacks prime to
clioioc.Jmt received and for sale.
septH W. H. GORDON A CO.
COTTON YAIISS-500 bags 600, 600, 7mi and 400
Cotton Yams from the different Factories, in store and
or sale by jey W. II. GORDON A CO.
new i;.MTi:n states jtiaii,
A NEW TRI WEEKLY UE OF FOUR f, TVQy
I. HoRtE POST coachkb Is now In jy'l',,'ft
'Deration for the accommodation of the traveling pubhe
from HLNTHVll.I.K and WHITKCIiUHG, Ala., via Blunt
fprings, UlunUville, Elyton to k1ontev!lo.
This line in stocked with fine Concord, Troy and Albany
built Coar.Iie,good learns, careful and experienred drivers.
Person from North Alabama and Middle Tennessee, will
find this the rhe;iest, best and most expeditious route to
Central and touili Alabama.
M:ni:m i.r. i.oikg south.
Leave Hauls, ille on Mondays, WednesiUys and Fridays,
and arrives at Mootevallo on Tuesdays, Thursdays and ftit
aurdays In time to connect with the Cars for rVlma, Ala
bama, arrivins- at Selma at 6 o'clock, P.M., and then con-
oaiua, art i viiis ovriuia u u (. iui-., i . :i
ri N'" IK necting with a daily lln
I"" C; 'V? , er Ibr Montgomery, 1
uLjAt V i jrtrtnaOrlean. Also with a
n of Mall sttam-
Moltile and New
a double daily line
of Mail Cosx bes for Marion, Greensborough, Tuscaloosa and
Demopolls, Alabama; Coiumbur, Jacksun and Vicksburg,
SCIIEDEE.E iOIG NOICTII.
Lean Montevallo on the arrival of the Cars from rVlma
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving at HunU
ville on Tuesdays, Thursdays and raturdays at 6 o'clock
A. M In time to connect with a dally line of Coaches for
Winchester on th Nashville and Chattanooga '
Railroad. Also, connecting at Whitesburg with
a daily line of Mail rUeainere for Decatur, and J
thence by Railroad and 8tages to Tuscumbia, Florence and
Rally's tlprings, Ala., Holly Springs, Miss, and Memihis,
Tenn. Also, connecting at Whitesburg with the steamers
for Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tenn.
The Proprietors have, from the numerous solicitation of
the citiaens of North aud t-outh Alabama, establUded this
Line at a considerable expense and with but utile aid from
the Government, they b"pe to receive such patrouage aa
will enable them to keep it in incretsfut oiieration.
IIARKlNiiTON A BARNES,
aug24 Sra Proprietors.
Nashville True Whig ropy three montlil and forward ao
couht to tliis office. lliiiiUcdl Adix:iite.
Fall and Winter Tradf for 1S55.
H. C. M 'IV AIRY & CO.,
IN'o. Rli fnllrjr) Mrecl,
ARK now prepared to exhibit one of the .float I'Olll
lclc aa well as the l.nrcetl Morktol Dry
t.Oorta ever ffered by retail in tins country. All we de
sire is tor our friends and buyers generally lorall on us for
what they want, and we will suieiy supply them.
The two partners having -ot ll.rt e months in New York,
have acconipli-hrd murh in getting up their stock from first
hands, which will enable them to sell at prices fur IrUnc
In SUkl Every thing new and beautiful;
Brocade and Piiid Fiouners;
Plain, Plaid and Hmcades;
l.otsj -Irh, high colored Delsins;
Plain, plaid and rich Figured Merinos.
Eacrs and Eiubroislrrica.
'c') sets of fine Val. and Iluniton Laces;
100 " Collars and Sleeve in Lace;
loo " French Work Jaconet;
60 " Cardinal Uwdj.
Iteineatic and Staple foeda.
All the ladiur Styles of Goods, such as
New York Mill and other Domestics;
Cotton and Limn Wheeling;
llama and plain luwMu.j and Towels;
Jiiconet Muslin an.t Cnnibr cka;
. It lobe, Merrimack, Dun del, Lxcclsior PriaU;
Furniture Chiutsrs, Aa., ex.
Nw French and Fngli-h Cloths, plain and fancy Cassl
raers and V eatings. In endless variety, which we will hare
made to order in the most fashiooblr styie.
Also, an extensive easotlment of Kid and other Cloves,
Hosiery, blocks, Cravats, Collars, Uaudkerchiels, Ac
We have now the largest and moat varied stock ever of
fered the Nashville put lie, which will be be added to monthly
by all the new styles and patterns as they are brought out.
Eye and Ear.
in. c. cook, i. sr. i. oris, no.
DR. COOK respectfully renew the tender of N
his professional services to the public in llni '"-T
and the aJlolnlng Mtatee. A looresrlal practice Sti
of over eighteen years, devoted to the treatment
of all diseases lnctdent to the era and asa. justify him in the
belief that all who may be in any w j alllicled in those im
portant orgaua, will bad from hi treatment speedy and per.
Dr. Cook ha just returned from the East, where he baa
been carefully studying the diseases of the Kye and Kar in
the principal Fy lull raiarie in the Vo ted Hales; and ha
feels warranted la offering bis professional services with a
Hrrs of eoxBd. iM' to lioe jbo may tw atElcteU. TliuM
whom be has treated aie the best witnesses of his skill, and
there are thousands in t-l. Louii and the Western Mates
whocanbear tasiiKory to Ills skiluil treatment. Ha re
HMCllullr reirrs to lL n. II. . Geyer, K. Macsentie, q.t
Messrs Charleaa, Blow A to , HI. Loais; Hon. Johu Moore,
Male Treasurer of Illinois, J is. Chariest, President Missou
ri Bsok; 11. Cole, U arsaw, Hl Capt. R. C. Henry, Warsaw,
" Office noriliweat e rner of Pine and Ferond streets,
up stalls, enliartre on Pine it. septll wisely
rOlt It i:T-l have for rent a splendid itand for a
blacksmith, on the iurfreeboro' Pike, 10 miles from
Nashville. Improvements, good shops, family resideaoe,
and all Becessary out boUea, 15 or xO acre of cleared land,
plenty of fire uwod, Ac Trims easy. Apidy lo
R. A. BAI.LOvVK, uml Agt,
Isal a-a No. 17 Dederick strvet.
FOIt IAI.I, A.M lYIXTKIt.
1T I will hs-iisb M..e1sv.j4ih inst Oi larrest stoik of
CloAk.-, MAMIU.A8, Ac, 4e, evert terrdiutkie
city. AU itisuns wauling a aos article would do well to
call, as ear uck rn.lxatxa every uurg new, rangtrg la
pr.s from i to lw. k, C. McNAIRY A CO.
it v u. ii vi.it. .fi ei. i ix. s r.
apl-dly IIAHEI N I O, S. C.
i aiii.v n.oi it.
U K are snanutarturtiig a choice artie'e of Flntir eepe
elally a Ismiiy , hire we offer le the trade a
the (Boat ubeial lersua. All orders srll st the ollw es ill meet
prompt alwrnlMMi. j4 U HAMMOND A CO.
SELF CEAL1XQ PRlStRTE CASS AND JAEf
If MALL be la receipt In s few das ef s quantity of eery
superior and IBV.Iusbs rVlf-aeatlcg Preserve tans, a t
liaUjf ailapled or nvcunoe aud esrfuinesa lo llA
sots of thvsc wishing U vrucrve (rails and veretaaw,
av i. o. incur
GEO. W. COWAN
ATTORNEY AT EAW,
General Agrnt for the Purchase, Kale
and Rent of Rettl Estate, aud the
Collection of Clainta,
Ko. 43 Cherry Street,
IV AMU VIE EE, TENN.
PROMPT attention will be given to all buslnest entrusted
to him, and special attention to the collection of Eastern
claims throughout Middle Tennessee. '
Krnwrjcss. A. C. A A. B. Beech, Fvans, Porter A Co.
I.. B. Fit A Co, Tho. T. Pmife-y, Kx-Gov. Neill 8. Brown
Josiah Ferrue, NashvUle, Tenn.; Gen. J. A. Battle, David
son co., Tenn.: Ex-Oov. W. B. Campbell, Lebanon, Tenn.;
Hon. John P. Caruthers, Memphis, Tenn W. D. Lavender,,
New York City. octS if
1VEEEEIC Az COOI'EK,
8HEET-IB0N A KB TIN-PLATE W0EKEBS,
No. 35 Irlarkct Ktrect,
(At the weU known stand of Ben. S. Weller.)
KEEP constantly on hand fine assortment of TINWARE,
that will be made with particular reference to the re
tail trade; together with every variety of work usually found
in our business.
Bathing Tube, Coffee Mills,
Counter Scales, Chaffing Dishes,
Tea Kettles, Coffee Urns,
Cotton Can a superior article,
Ice Cream Freexers Japanned Tin Ware,
Btew Pans, Ac
Pf Particular attention win he paid to Job Work, which
we will do In none but good, warkmdn-like manner. We
trust oar friends will tender us at least a portion of their
patronage. aprlS 6m
W1YI. W. KNOX.
No. 81, Bread way, Nashville, Tenn.
N. B. To his own he bas added the entire stock and
ols of the late R. Buckle. J el tf
GREAT SOUTHERN DEPOT
AND GENERAL AGENCY
For the Sale of every Description of
Manufactured Articles and Mer
BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
HAS taken the extensive and commodious Ware Rooms
lately occupied by Messrs. 8. II. LOOMDJ A CO , cor
ner of the Public Square and College street, for the purpose
Df transacting an exclusive Comuiiaaion, Agency
and Auction IIusincw, and would most respect
fully solicit ConsiynmenU of vrA Goods of every and any
description adapted to the market. Having determined n4
to purchase any article on his own account, and flattering
himself that rora long experience in commercial life, with
a determination to give satis'action to Consigners and Ship
pers, will be happy to oi en coi respondence with Manufac
turers, Dealers, Ac, in the various Cities of the Union, who
may wish a prompt and efficient Agent or Factor in this
tVOrdert for the vaiioui Products of the country at
tended to. liENJ. F. SHIELDS.
NashvUle, Sept. 1,1555. seplO tf
tmiaUS SJODQB CELMOII WALXU
HODGE A WALKER,
Itarbers, Hair Drcawers, Ac, Ac.
No. 13 Cedar Btreet.
HATE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
customers and the public in general, inducements never
before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our house,
we feel confident that all who give us a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair dressing, Ac, we
have large, commodious and neatly furnished Bath-Kooma.
These are the finest in the city, and as to convenience and
comfort, cannot be surpassed in the country. While pass
ng, gentlemen and patrons, Just step in and see with what
magic we "make the hair fiy," and what a salutary effect our
pure water has upon a wearied and cotte body.
aug8 j a
Corner of Cedar Street and the Square,
. HAS received the most of his Spring stock,
i t I i nd ha the pleasure of offering a most splendidlf
A I Alot o' Drugs and Medicines, and would oner to AA
the Public the purest article of every kind. It is only
necessary to say that all medicines, and every article told
by me, are of the best quality.
B-ri8 O. W. HEKDERSHOTT.
;I1:MI EI.TIE Jl lCE-old by
r aprtS G. W. HESDER5H0TT.
CttGICEV WATER, Lexingtrn Mustard, war
ranted genuine, pure Brandies an! Wines for medical
purposes. Sold by G. W. UENDER&I10TT.
Q1-IPMN A- WOMJI'S Aroma lie Schlc
O dlim chliUN, said to be a very irond medicine,
for sale by G. W. II EN DKRSHOTT.
vi:iimi I.EI.t III
O. W. II KNDERPHOTT.
O aprts G. W. 11 ENnER?II0TT.
SYRINGES of almost every kind,
aprio O. W. 1
DUtlllcd llstr Mater.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
Vt'lNE ASSORT.TIENT of Perfumery and Ex
tracts, various kinds; also the best quality of Cologne.
For sale by apr2 G. W. HENDERSHOTT.
7INPO W GIASS Various sixes for sale low by
aprllS G. W. HaNDEUhHOTT.
FROM and after the lit August next, the undersigned
win reduce their charges for Forwarding.
On all package of Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hals,
Clothing, Hardware, Confectionery, Books, Ac, of
ordinary site, each,
Casks and bands of Wines and Liquors,
All small perkagts of Groceries,
Coffee and Nails, per sack and keg,
All heavy and costly articles charged In proportion.
Foiwardiog Grain coastwise, per sack,.
Flour la barrels.
Messrs. W. ft. 10RTOf A CO., of Nosh Ille, sre our
Agents in that place, to whom payments must be made.
trf"" Merchants not residents ef Nashville, but who re
ceive their goods there, must pay Mesr. Gordon A Co. in
advance or remit to us, or we shall charge five per cent tor
rf7We measure all our freights, detecting any over
charge in measurment of goods by vessels.
We sell on commission all kinds of Produce.
We are the Agents for the Tredegar Iron Works,
Richmond. Va for all sisrs of Bar Iron, Railroad Iron of
every description. Railroad Chairs and "pikes. Bridge Iron,
Ac, Ac, and the best Virginia Pig MetaL
WYATT A 00 Charleston,
YOUNG, WYATT A (Xh,avannah,
Ootton Factors, Commission and Forwarding Merchant.
LARD &00 bbla ard wanted immediately, for which th
highest market price in Cash will be paid.
tnarWk dtf J. IfelYI.E A CO.
No. t South Front N ishvill Te.na
t it EMI AKltl VAEK.
rriWENTY FITS prime new Cheese;
One cask extra Sugar Cund Bee;
Oo cask extra !uger Cured Hams;
One lot extra Uref Tongues;
Received this day by VVLst'KL A THOMPSON.
TO THOSE INTERESTED.
10 avoid unpleasant d fflculties 1 will only pay such ao
X ononis in future as 1 contract myself, or by my as-der.
augll KEM W. PORTER.
IiYO.IX A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
SIB IMRWTKaJ or
rOXZXGX WINX8, LIQL70XS, CIGAES TOBACCO
No. 1 Cedar Street, near the Post Office,
CIII'RCII A N II i: II ft U N ,
(onsmiaalon and I erwardlng Tlerr list at,
Kd. 1 nd 2 Broad U nasiitillf.tenn..
BOOH AND STATIONEBT.
11 f E Invite lb a IrsiUna af Merchant and Traders gea
I I atally la xar targe Sloes of
M'HOOI. ROOKS AND UTATIOSEKV,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At prices which aanK4 fall te please.
OCR STOCK OF
I also large, and w will eel at very low
nsn ts those wbe bey la Mil egaia.
T ACHEKd ssts Oo well te examine sr
stack: are will auk special arvanceacents to
aupjily eVhuola. ttT Aaat Is PublMJ rare, KaahvUlc,
auU-U 0TiKMUS A OWaJi.ActAl.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From TISCHER A SCHELL'8 Genl Advertising Bouse,
Arrurroa' Bdildibs, 546 and 848 Broadway.
Late No. 80 Nassau-Street.
AND PICTTTBE FRAME MANXTFACTOBT.
HORACE V. SIGEER,
WnOLESALB AND RETAIL SALEROOMS,
64 Forsyth Street, New York.
M1B.T. & would call the attention of strangers vis
iting fneclty, and especially those in the trade, to his
extensive WARER00.M3 AND MANUFACTORY.
In the possession cf unequaled facilities, be la enabled to
execute all orders on the lowest possible term. The sale
rooma are replete with choice specimens and a full aisort
RICH GILDING TN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
MOULDINGS, RICH GILT, R8B WOODS, OAS, MAPLE,
, ZEBRA AND MAHOGANY,
In every variety and constantly on hand.
Orders from all parts of the
EXITED STATES AND CANADA
executed with promptness, packed with the greatest of care.
A liberal discount allowed to tbe Trade.
H. V. 8IGLF.R,
64, T, 69 and Tl Forsyth street,
novl8 8m New York.
F0H THE 1,000,000.
THE VS. S. PATENT in A II BEE CO.
. Cariral. $165,000.
No. 398 Broadway, Cor. Walier at, New York.
ARK prepared to execute all order for Hahtlbs, Taxlx
Ton, Couruxg, Pedbstau, PiLASTaxa, Slabs, Ac, in
imitation of Sienna, Brooatel, Pyraaees, Neapolitan, and
all fancy Marbles; equal in strength, beauty and durability,
to real marble, and in some respects superior thereto, and
at less than half the cost. Unlike marbleixed iron, wood,
or slate, it if wholly free from all objections which are ui ged
against mere surface work, where paint, copal varnish, Ac,
firm the temporary polish and beauty ef the article. Man
tels from fS to $40 Orders from Builders, Cabinet Makers
and others aoticted, and satisfaction guarantied.
Agents for the principal cities treated with,
PETER REN N IE, Pres't,
L0VEL G. MICKLES, V. Pres't.
Josefh Limb, Bec'y. oct25 ly
FIRST PREMIUM PIANO-FORTES.
NTEINWAY At SONS,
PIANO-FORTE MANUFACTORY, 68 Walker St,
HlaB BBOADWAT, HCW TOU,
RESPECTFULLY call the attention of the fiPmm
public to their splendid assortment of f-gyfrs-fr 1
semi-grand and square Pianos, which, for $ f f I
volume of tone, elasticity of touch, beauty of finish, and
every thing that rend rs a Piano perfect, are unsurpassed.
As a proof of the superiority of their instruments, they beg
leave to state that at the great Metropolitan Fair held at
Washington, the first premiums In both classes, semi grand
and two-stringed, were unanimously awarded to them, al
though they were in competition with the most distinguished
manufacturers from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and
Baltimore. Purchaser and dealers will find It to their ad
vantage to call and examine for themselves. octS4 tf
LESTER'S IRON WORKS,
FOR THK MANUFACTURE OF
WOODSWORTH'S PLANING MACHINES
57 Pearl afreet. Itrooklyn, N. Y.,
Opposite New York City.
THE subscriber having been engaged for. the last 15 years
in the almost exclusive manufacture of this most im
portant invention, WOODWORTH'S PLANING, GROOVING
AND TONGCING MACHINE, has recently completed the
large addition to bis already extensive Iron Works, will ex
ecute with dispatch all orders In the above line to an unlim
ited extent. The universally acknowledged superiority of
Woodsworth's Planing Machines, manufactured by him, over
all others, requires no reiteiation.
In the manufacture of 8TEAM ENGINES, we claim a su
periority for power and speed, beauty of construction and
finish; and also guarantee the engines to transmit 100 per
cent more power for the same money than can be furnished
by any other manufacturer, and more than 100 percent sav
ing in scar and tear, as well as a Urge saving In the con
sumption of fuel.
Reference tn Pariie hating Hit Steam Engine now in UM.
Pardee A Morgan, New Haven, CL: 8. W. Slocum, Brook
lyn, N. Y.; Timothy Dabal, Astoria, L. I.; Lyons A Curtis,
Bridgeport, Ct.; Stamford Manufacturing Co., Stamford, Ct.,
John C.Pan ford, New Haven, Ct.; Rollin Sanford, New York
City ;Chas. F. Loosey, Austrian Consul GeneraL
Reference, to Partis hitting th Woodmcorth Planing Afa
cJiin note in use.
G. B. Sloat, Kensington, Philadelphia, Pa.: Kidder k Mar
tin, Wilmington, N. C; A. L. Clapp A (X, Montgomery, Ala
G. A. Sanford, New Orleans, La.; 11 inkle, Guild A Co., Cin
cinnati, Ohio; Ransom, Cobb A Co., Cleveland, Ohio; Foss A
Brothers, Chicago, Ills.; J. R.Smith, Milwaokie, Wis.; P. B.
A L. L. Eaton, Buffalo, N. T.; Foward A Smith, Oswego, N.
Y.; John Snsrr, Toronto, C. W.
Orders and proposals received by malt or otherwise, from
all parts of the United States, Canada, South America, and
Europe, will be promptly attended to by Agents who are
traveling in all sections of the country. Letters by mail
address JOHN H. LESTER,
oc 1 5 8m 67 Pearl st., Brooklyn, N. T.
Bags and Bagging.
No. SO WATER STREET,
NEAR OLD SLIP, NEW YORK,
AYE constantly on hand, and MANUFACTURE to
Basra for Floor, Grain, Salt, Iinck
wheat, Hams, Ac.
Would alao eall the attention of Country Merchants, to
their assortment of
SEAMLESS AND FARMERS' BAGS,
Designed and printed to order, expressly for their use.
Our facilities are such that we can supply from
10,000 to 20,000 Bags per day.
Also, Importer and dealers In
KENNY RAGS AND nAGGING,
And various kinds of Thread and Twine, both Linen and
Cotton, of jrhich we are receiving continual supplies,
TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND DEALERS.
Tbe Hope Itlllle,
71 Fulton Btreet and 71 Beekmaa Street, New York,
Principal Office, 108 Front Street, New York,
Factory, Nos. 86, 87 and 8 Hudson Streets, Jersey City.
THK PROPRIETORS OF THIS LONG AND WELL
Coffee and Spice Eataollahment,
Continue to prepare the best l'harniametlral
1'owderain use, for RAISING BREAD, BLSCL'IT, TEA
AND OTULK CAKES, Ac They aiaw prepare Mustard,
Cocoa, and many other articles of dally use in every family,
which they offer anon the most rrssonabie terms. Cata
logue sent to dealers wh request them.
R. II. A J. G. If HAM.
N. B. Consumers advised to Inquire for Bora Mnx ar
ticles. aegis ly
SCHIXlTELnr, BROTHERS k C0-,
taroarxas aro malbm r
Srngi, Paints, Oils, Dyea, Perfumery, Ac, 4a,
HO Wllllassa tre,Nw York,
INVITE the attention of the trade te their large and va
ried stock of Drugs, Paiata, Oils, Perfumery, Ac, Ac
la addition to their regular importations of Staple Drugs,
they are alao receiving, direct from the sources of produc
tion and manufacture, supplies of Tooth, Hair and Nail
Brashes, Brontes, Corks, Mortars, Sponge, French aa4
English Perfumery, Lubln' Extracts, and many other article
osuaMy embraced in Druggists' stocks, which they are also
enabled to offer on the must advantageoo term.
Orders, either la person er by mail, will reoeive prompt
attention. jets ly
VKW T0RX BAG MAN0TACTORT.
HAM, Flour, Feed, Grain. MeaL Hominy, Shot, Bock
wheat, Salt, Guano, and all other kinds of bags made
aad printed to order by machinery wtth despatch. Address
a above, IT Piatt St., New York.
? K will pay CASU for Wheat delivered la Ka.hvin.
1 Sacks furnished. Call and see a before yoa tail.
u,l-l . J. A R. T EAT MAN.
A. C. &, A. R BEECH,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
40 Collet Street,
HATE or a very Urge stock ef all kind of DRESS
GGODd suitable lo the FaU and W later Trade, of Use
Also, a iiaAasoas lot ef aS the newest design ef CLOAKS
and MANTLES In store and ready forexhiMte. We
IMeially Invite you te feck at ear alack of Cloaiu beiora
W have la store a wry Urge stork af all kind f CAR
PETS of the aewest pa teres, aad tatter euresrvw. la sea
these as cheap aa any ether Uosss thia side ef Ut mm
tain. W have all kind ef CURTAIN DAMAaJU aa4
la atiuo la the abera, we hav a large sAeek ef aa
kMsd 4 DAY UOuDtf, caiutbte for the Fall aad Wiater
Trade. A. C. A A. St. IUBCH.
seals Ceiiafe at-, ftaeAvlUe, T
Jl ORGAN A CO.
No. 40 Public Square,
KEEP constantly for sale a large stock and great variety
of Negro Clothing, consisting of Blankets, Jeans, Lln
seys, heavy woolen socks, all the heaviest and best make of
Csnaburga, Plaids, Stripes, Ac, together with a great varie
ty of goods suitable for Sour and grain sacks, as well as
cotton pickers bags, ectS tf
A. J. DUNCAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
No. 70 Public Square,
HAVK eowin store our Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC! DRY GOODS, the largest
and most superior stock cer imported by as, all new and
the latest styles of Ladies Dress Goods, Black and Fancy
Silks, Moire Antique styles of Cashmere and Muslin de
Laines; Silk warp and Pure Alpaccaand Coburga; Scotch and
American Plaids, of new styles and high colors; Bonnet and
Sash Ribbons, all qualities; Mantua and Satin Ribbons, all
the different widths and colors; Irish Linens; White Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and the largest, aasortmesit of "Trisa
mings of the best quality, English and American Prints of
entirely new styles; Plaid, Striped and Solid Ginghams;
Shawls of every variety and style; Red, White, and Yellow
Flannels; Cloths, Cassimeres and V eatings; Blankets of all
colors and qualities; Mackinaw Blankets; Bed Blanket oi
every aixe and of superior quality; Crib Blankets; Steamboat
Berth Blankets, Negro Blankets, Ac : Kerseys, Tweeds,
Jeans, Sattinetts, of the greatest variety; Bleached and
Brown Sheetings; Shirtings and Drillings; Table Linen of
every quality; Worsted and Ootton Hosiery of every varie
ty; Suspenders; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Pins, Needles, Ac.
Our stock embraces the largest variety, and will be sold to
prompt dealers on the most liberal terms.
AND. J. DCNCAN A CO.,
No. 70 Public Square.
N. B We will be receiving aew styles of Goods by steam
ers and Railroad throughout the season.
ept7 '; A. J. D. k CO.
WE have now in More an Invoice ofREADYMADE
CLOTHING, adapted to the season, which we will sell
npon the moat lavorable tonus. Call quick and supply your
selves cheap. I A. J. DDNCAN A CO.,
eptl No. 70 Public Square.
saMMIESTICS, OZNARl'RGS, Ac.
ONE HUNDRED BALE3 Domestlcj. Osnaburga, k White
Linseys, suitable for plantations. In store and for sale
by A. J. DUNCAN A CO.,
sept7 No. 70 Public Square.
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WOULD eall the attention of Merchants to their Stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
JC8T OPEN EN
They give assurance that their Stock will be found as com
plete as any ever offered in the place, and composed of a
SPLENDID assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods, Dre'S Trim
mings, Ribbons, Embroideries, Ladies' Cloaks, Ac. together
with a HEAVY Stock of
AND READ V - MADE CLOTHING,
All of which have been purchased on such terms as will en
able them to sell at prices that will compete with Goods pur
chased In any market.
I y" Cash buyers and prompt time dealers win find it to
their interest to examine this stock.
sept7 Sm T. k W. IAKIN k CO.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF FALL ft WHITER GOODS.
W. tt, at'LalAIAa
ALLISON, ANDERSON &. CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
HEADY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 41 Public Square,
WE are now in receipt of our FALL AND WINTER
GOODS, embracing a large and well selected stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, together with an
extensive assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, which
we offer to the trad on terms that cannot fail to give satis
faction. We solicit a call from those visiting eur market,
and shall take pleasure In exhibiting our stork and prices to
them. augliu tf ALLISON, ANDERSON A CO.
EVANS, PORTER &, CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
No. ftl Market Street, NaaltTllle.
Wf X are now In receipt of our Fall and Winter stock of
FT DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SIIOES, Ac
to an examination of which we respectfully call the atten
tion of Merchants visiting this city.
Our stock compriaet everything usually found in a Jobbing
house, and having been purchased under the most favora
ble circumstance, enables as to offer Inducements to cash
and punctual time dealers.
DCFOUK A CO ANCU0S BRAND BOLTING CLOTHS
always on hand.
tff Linsey, Jeans, white and striped Cottons, Socks and
Feathers taken in exchange.
au-.' EVANS, FORTES k CO.
r R E S II
FALL & WINTER GOODS.
II. &,. DOUGLAS &, CO.,
Ho. 54 Public Square,
WE are now opening and arranging for the Trade, aa
extensive and beautiful stock of
FOREIGH ABD DOMESTIC DRT C00S8,
HATS, CAPS, UOHNETS,
BOOTS, ER00ANS, SHOES, JU. de. de.
The assortment I entirely com pie and every way salted
to th trade of this section. We are anxious to place this
stock la the hands of responsible buyers ea the saost liberal
We control a Urge lot of Negro Clothing, Osaabargs (suit
able for Wheat Packs, and several hundrsd bales of Gunny
Bags, which eaa be bad at low price for cash.
augtt II. A a. DOUGLAS k CO.
E have rswsivsd as a srtm.nt of new style rasrcTT
FRENCH CASEMKKS. FANCY FLUSH VELVET
and R1CU SILK VESTINUS, for Fall and Winter wear,
which we are prepared to make op to order lo the latest
stvtee. The mspocUon of oar esMsnsner aad the public is
sobctted. CLIFTON k ABBOTT,
sepl No. IS Cedar street.
VI 7 this day advaeed th price of Cottoa Tsrns, aad are
V V selling at 11. lu,taad b seats, tor namber 4, 6, t aad
TOO per cent rff en quantities aort 10 bas, aad Use
regulated by quantity, a heretofore.
yt W. n. GORDON A CO.
STEWART 4 OWES,
No. CT Market street, a few doors below their d stand, axd
( ant door to W. ii. Gordon A Co.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Tarea,
KEEP constantly on hand all kinds ef
laiwwvwd COOKING STOVE3; alia,
Stoves ef vanooa kinds, saea as Parlor, Boll,
Fluted, Box, T and 10 plate Staves. Also,
t proved Coal Stovea, of all kinds; Enamel-
I flam aeaiM urates. caaniKsa co
! tl u st.
' 1 k. MlUtJ . - 1 . -S JlW . J J
patch. Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Pewter aad eld Cuppa
taken la eaenaoare for wares, Ae.
P. A We hep ear ed enuiam i win rosaasakor as la
ANTED ITI.VIEDIATELT-AOtOOO fcat
CO Em, (New Crop.)
t B Corase Market aad Cherrfc etreeta.
DAL E It O P E.
rimi MIJWOCRI KEMP MaSCFACTCRINO COMPAJIT
A st now saakicg n Hen.tred Coil '' T
sapertsr artsrte TKETCliU MACU1NE BALK R0PS.
All orders rtl t lied, at Utc wet markst rsa, by
JOHN T. DOUGLASS, PrVtit,
teflt Am a a. i CwssiaeiciaJ si. ,1k. Lla,Me.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
0r!ICENort,h"W,t ecrner Public Square, over
VDyer Pearl'. Exchange OiTic. They will take risk on
Dwellings and other Houses, Good in Store, against Loss or
Damaoe bv Vrr. Al M jnn. d. . v ... .
and to all ports.
Atao-Kegroeg against the Dangers of the River .
B i a botobr :
Jonv m. mii.
F. A. OWEN,
JAMES EL LI',
N. E. AI.LilWAT
G. M. FOGG,
R. U. GARDNER,
W. 8. EaKIN.
a. rr. BUTTJR, Secretary. octt tf.
(All PAID IS AND SECURED )
ITIHIS COMPANY beln ft,!!. i
ter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAM
ASB BY FIRE, on Buildings, Good, wlreaand hZ?JU
generally. Also, on ihipmenU against los or damage by
Bees, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Lire and Negro Policies granted at Current rate.
Office. No. BO ColleVA street I'u.t ...I.. K... r- i .
andPubUeSqaare: ' """"" "u"Ja "
W. T. BERRY.
JOHN H. EWIN,
ANTHONY W. VANLEEK,
JOHN KIRK MAN,
HENRY HART. Ja
R. C. McNAIRY,
TUOS. W. EVANS,
ALEXANDER FALL, PresMent.
Jmsa Walxsx, Secretary. ay
I HAVE this day associated with m In the wholesale Gro
cery, Commission, Receiving and Forwarding business.
Mr. 8. N. Hslllnnannli i. m.. in. "
y . . , . - . w. ..0 . me, Area., uaucr
tlie name and style of "Hart and Uolllnirtworth."
rA .......... . . . .
HJL.-MKI X1AKT, JB.
HENRY HART, Ja t. V. H0LLINGSW0RTH
HAET & HOUDTGSWOSTH,
RECEIYINO AND FORWARD UTO
No 0 Market Street, NASHVILLE, TENN.
NEW RAXKIMU IIOOliT
I0H B. JAMES.. ..A. WHELESS-... DAVID D. JAMES.
JOIIN 19. JATir.S Ac CO ,
BA5KER3 AND EXCHANQX SEALERS,
Next door tj the Bank of Nashville,
i tnl - , Jaahvllle, Tenit.
noi,LITTIO!S made on all the citiea of the Cnited
- States, nd prompt returns made, by
Jn19 JOHN D. JAMES k CO.
rjOLD AND SILVER bought and sold at best rate
bF JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
T,-7.IEA.?DJ,,'';"'r ''ILLS oa all tbe price. I
X cities in the Wan, bought and sold at the lowest rates
"F - , . ' JOHN . JAMES A CO.
I NTWIEST paid on Denoslts bv
- i"1 JOHN D. JAMES A
J. II. CUR RE Y, "
Bi-Cib,nft.:?aV,r and tisdorlakfr,
f Te to ,norn "is friends and the public generally.
. : ' - - j wu uuu vsiiona m every de
scription, from the plainest servant' te the cae Metalio air
. " wvuiu, ui oe now in use lor pre-
SUTior Ins flnnie IamIKm wl,k m i ii . ..
- -,T--e-, ssevswsann uorses.
and everything necessary far burials.
A 11 f4BM l f t tir re
. ----- aiKuusu . wu IU au
Fnt- fiel tf)
EEARIT, S0KEGA5 CO.,
Commlaaion Ac Forward In ?Iercltanta
Thos. ream, Wm. P.Atwood.
J a. J. Dooegan, Ast.Hopaina.
They keep aa oflice at HunUville.
8ept , ltA7e tf
R A G S!
$550 IN PREMIUMS!
HATING largely Increased my supply of Rag by th
Premiums offered the past year, ending June 8t)th, 1
am induced to oBer a larger amount of Premiums lor the
present year; and will pay the above premium In sum of
lot), 190, ), $:.), 160, 1,, $40, $30, 'Aland $10, to any
tea Merchant or Pedlars who will deliver me from this dale
to the 1st of July, 13i6, the largest amount of RAGS; the
same to be bought outside of and by men doing business
outside of Nashville or vicinity.
I WILL AT ALL TIMES PAY THE inOnEST MARKET
PRICE IN CASU FOR RAGS ON DELIVERY, and issue a
certificate to the owner of the amount received and paid for.
These certificate must be kept and sent In on or before next
July, so that three disinterested merchant of Nashville ran
make th awards. Tbe larget amount being entitled to
I U, the next largest to 30, and o oo down.
Merchants sending me Rags will pleas write that I may
know In whose name to Issue the certificate. Combination
will not be allowed.
Woolen, Linsey, Silk and Wonted Rags are not wanted,
and will not be included In the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
rags throughout Middle Tennessee.
Jy4 dtrwswtf W. a, WHITEMAN.
REDUCTION 07 FREIGHTS
rilOJI NEW YORK TO CHARLESTON.
M'CREERY & HOOK
coaanssiojr and forwarding kerchants,
Cliarleatou, S. C.
WILL promptly sttend tn the sale of alt kind of PRO
DUCE, to th RECEIVING ASH MRWianisiini
Goods, and to the filling of orders in this market.
me Fieam onip companies naving relueed th freight Is
eight rent per foot, makes this the cheapest and quickest
route by wbtco to hip Goods to Tenner, Alabama and
Kentucky from th Northern Citiea. All ship and forward
ing charges win follow the godds to their destination.
.PRUrO STREET BRIDGE COJEPAJTT.
BOOKS win be opened at the office of LINDtfLEY
CROCKETT. 88 Cdlere street, en MONDAY, the Wd
InsC for the purpose of reoelrini; subscription to the Cap
ital Stock of th Spring Street Bridge Company, and will be
kept opea from day to day, until Stock auOicicnt is tub.
awibed to organise the Company, as provided la th act la
etirporaUnt said Company.
JOHN B. MrfKKRIN, fCommissn'l
ISA AO LITTON,
Jyla tf A. V.8. LIN DC LEY,
E have aa hand and are daily receiving extra heev
4 4 and 1-8 Osnaburn and Bheethua suitable f
neat ana wis ewws wUkn w will sea low for Cat.
Buiosji a. oo ,
aulw tf No. 4 Pub lie Square.
'PIS THOUSAND BCSHELS PB.IME IE0 WHEAT
A wanted, eehvsrshl si ear WtrabooM by the Uth luel.
for which w will pay T3 cents per buihd of 0 lbs.
WE this day have order for twenty thousand beshela
wheal, a be t led daring th present month, for
Which w wtil pay the kith saaxket frte la cash,
.pii W. U. GORDON k CO
I OFFER for sale the toUowiag property: Omm list
preved l.t. ltaad la Lit Bil etrwrt.
Spring aad Wetasere etreela. 5a sst Waal 60 ht
aad run baB 144 fcet. Th Uuprovesaeaia ea It are, a
Dwelling Boos with three rooaas, entry, back stable, carri
age aotua, and a well of good water.
ALSO A Vara Ml Lat, ea eWU street, aearry f
U lb above, iranung tl.y three as and ru&aiaf kacfe
ea hunlred and ninety four fori fcocd la.
Aad three tf.J foe kxe m ZolucoCer Addiliea ea th
eesraar of Bsell aad Yuha (tresis.
ectt General A feat, .Ta.terVk
LYONS k CO. rwntrajly katurm taer patron, and the
pat lie hi geaeral, thai laey baveluet ncasvvd a ver
larg aad wvll as surfed Mock of la aad choice Imported
Cigar, Tekarc ana Llejaar.
' ABg th Sesekmg Yebarca wiB b foemd Us eelearaied
rlsiiiHis aad Casvartisr kwaada. tt have aaa a Ires
BTpiJ ef mr well kaowa
Ooiar a&d DIattbM JrtxAj,
AremaUd BcUihlAm ScAuAjpa,
wbea, wUA lbs large Hock f eOuar gecat always ea band,
will ft t r tvttmusrt belter utdiswswrat w saak Air
ewrcha of a, car aseti seaogs 'tll Fwdis d V-
S. M. BARRETT,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
CORDAGE AND PAPER DEALER.
MannNctmer of WASH BOARDS, under firm name of
. WATERS Ac C.
Manufacturer of PLOW HANDLES and OAK WORK, un
der firm name of '
COLE3IAN Ac CO.
tTAVrT ttTCRrR and Wholesale d-aler In Wood and
Willow Ware, Buckets, Tuhe, Cordis ef every de
scription; Pishing Tackle, Blackinr, Slatches, Brooms,
Seives, Ilamen, Korse Collars, Ceda r Ware, Ice Chests, Cot
ton Rope, Brushes, Measures, ttrecnia. Twines, and Han
dles, Ac. Ae.
Also, decler in better quality of Wrapping, Roofing, Bat- .
ting and Tea papers, at manufacturers rates. Dealer la
Tar Paper and Composition for Reefing.
fvT" Orders respectfully solicited and satisfaction gua r
untied in all eases.
Store corner of Walnut and Fmrt street; Paper War
house No. tl Walnut street; Factorv 67 Water street.
S. M. BARRETT,
augl tf Cincinnati, Ohio.
B. G. MoCOMAS.....
.d. c. surra
McC0M AS, SMITH & CO.
POR'WARDnco AND CONCUSSION
No. 3 BroadweU'g 01111111?, Sycamort) Street,
GREAT WESTERN TRUNK STORE1
N. 23 llroadxx nr
C I N CI NX A Tl, OHIO.
IIIE Az WILLIAMS,
A f ANCFACTCRER9 of all kinds of Trav-
-'-s eiingand racking Trunks, Valises,
die- Bonnet Boxe. Camel Baes. Sau heli
Ac. All orders from abroad promntlv attend.1
ea so. we are determined our woik shall not be surpassed
In the I'nion. r
1-vT Our friend In the South will find onr terms as Favor
able aa any other similar house East or West, and our feav.
ricks unsurpassed for excellent workmanship, durability
and cheapness. We aolicit a trial. fobll tf
. CRS. DUNCAN & CAMERON,
No. Ii West Sixth street, between Race aud Elm Street.
fpfllS OFFICE UNDER THE MANAGE-
A. ment of its present proprietors, has been J
Increasing In reputation for superior opera- (
tions in tbe Artificial Department of Dentis
try for the last ten years, and no expense or effort shall b
wanting to give satisfaction to all who may favor H with
Ths subscriber would call attention to the followingeasew
tial points pertaining to Artificial Teeth, vis: Beauty and
naturalness of appearance, quality and strength of the ma
terial, comfort tn the wearer, and usefulness In restoring
the natural appearance ol the speech, and ability to mastU
cafe: In all of which they are warranted in saying they are
exceed yd by bods, and equaled by few.
Inserted from on to a full set, with Artificial Gams.
Full and Half Seta Invariably inserted by suction.
All operation in Dentistry performed in the most thor
TERMS. TonsMerinc th superior character of tie work
end the guarantee given, they are the most reasonable ia
TWO TEETH OS MORE ON GOLD TLATB,
3 PER TOOTH.
two TErrn or more on silver plate,
t2 PER TOOTH.
The money refunded If tl Teeth do not prove satisfactory.
fft" Forthe information el those living at a distal-, w
would (tale that our facilities are such, that we can mak la
th finest style, a hill set of TUTU in front 14 to 48 hours,
and small pieces in proportion, so that no detention need
b apprehended. W. C. DI NCAN, I
J. O. CAMERON, f Deoturtfc
No.lM West 8ixth Street between Rare and Flm,
-1 CINCINNATI, OHIO.!
Qt'EEN C1TT SCALE WORKS.
No- 6 Colombia St.,
Between Main and Walnut,
1 am now Mannfacturing RAIL
FLOOR AND PLATKORM SCALM of
all.lse. Alan, DRL'UtHST AND BANK SCALtS, BKA.-8
AND IRON BEAMS, COUNTER SCALtS, Ac, Ac, which
I warrant of superior workmanship and materials. I
would eall particular attention to my IRON LEVER HAT
AND STOCK SCALES. All communication promptly at.
tended to. octll dly
N. RHODFS, M. T. HAOEN,
Lai Tenn. LaU i,ahti'de.
W. R. CASON,
RHODES, HAGEU & CO.,
FORWARDING AND CCKKIESION UERCBANTf ,
Ho. 84 By cam or it. Exit tide, below cond,
11 7 ILL give special attention lo Forwarding Goods, Pr
v v duce, Ac: also, lo the purchase ard isle nf ell kind
ef Prodncs, and article of Cincinnati and Pittsburg Manor
JAVKS COLLINS A CO., Pi'tshurr, For'd'g Arenta.
tr-efer k NASHVILLE MERCHANTS generally.
I n PORT A XT.
NOTICE TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
S MARKS woald meet respectfully announce to th La
. die snd Gentlemen of Nashville and vicinity, that h
has oienrd a Bleaching and Pressing esiahlbhment, where
be will Bleach and Frea Hate and Bonnets la th latest aad
most approved style, without injuring the Braid, lie will
pledge hunaelf to give geaeral satistat'tion la all whs may a-
vor him with their patronage. Mrs. Marks, as a profesaioa
al Milliner and Drra Maker, can alway be found in th es
tablishment, with a general assortment of Trimmings, Rib.
bona and Rrady-aiad Bounets of the latest rashton. She
will be mo happy to wait on all who may patronise)
he', and will try every exertion to pleaie.
No. 1J Spring street,
bS tf Between Cnileg and Mark.
N. B. Blearhlug and Prrsauig for ths ttade on U mot
STRAW 1TTTEKM IOII EIVE DOL
LARS A substantial article. Jat received sad kr
ale bv D. D. DICKET,
hbd K. 9 College aueet, NatA villa.
BAGS! BAGS! !
ON and after th 11 August w will be able tefurnisk
lu4 bags per day, for the p'P ae of holding wheal,
Boer, eat aad enra. IWson r-iuu.g Bars wUI picas
end ia lhatr orders at a early a day a yam:t.
jyxl W. U. UOKDON k CO.
T CST received a larre aeortmn ef fine SiikTmbreila,
l all sisea and eelors.
CUFTON A A 11 ISO TT.
No. 15 Cedar street.
A. C. A A. 11. UEECIt
Hl t reaswved their stuck ef sod k K. 49Cnta
strest, wber tbsy will be (lad to ae thsir frtvnds aad
eustoesers. We will b rweeivtog eur Fall bustk la a be
day. ass-1 tf
SEC. ARa !iSI tiA US !
'PWENTT THOrSANDaxtra Regan Segars,wa
jl , reivdUuaajy
augxl Wli-IL A THOMPSON.
rROriTBALZ I3TI3TXES T.
A NTED I4.0U4 I tlo.iKsi te tows 1 m a whole?
elasea. already .iabitabd.
M. B. aVnr aarsoa kavine Ue above sua to mveet, eaa .
make arrangemcnta te gtv bt peesobal aienut a er ethr
apply y kstwr M vs ., It-1 vzuo, siasavuai
taliBg wbea aad where aa inbrrvatw eaa bad
EATHER UKLtnti-Os kand a4 for eak
y 1. D. MCatT,
Ibbd Ma S C0. strswt. haaAvdl.
GUTLEXXX'S TTSZ SHOES AID GAJTE2A
RSCEIVAD TU1S PAT.
GE-T SBpsw Beswo lop Cocgrva 6 i-isrt;
- - dm a Au B"ia k Walk Ufa;
" Hiigana ttee;
- - ftisslUsiW tr Sleeej
Witk varteass ethysr kium, v.ry sua-r aad ef th saeed
resAsueabw asaAa. Jaat epvawl at 44 CVre etrvet.
MAJITrrACTVSXSJ AND KILLERS.
Tt are rsseeal Aym be ttw sa s all Cottoa aad
I Waoiae fosarwe asaawslateurwl in it Mai ef ltaa
sea, and aav 4 preand a aui baA aau.tsu rasas)
ulsOy tor lAdr aJ e4 1147. V ha a- ai-cropra.
ted nelr rem fov U aad iswms of fU'l A aluoe).
ad ahstti-1 mpveCUMy csdl tit a-u.iMa el bua Kaaa .
ia. larst aad ktiirs t Uu ifttrrwn
.. . a. it tiOR&o a co.