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ALL & CUNNINGHAM,
' K: 47 Public Square,
KASHVILLE, TEN 5.,
DIRECT mPORTEBI AND WIIOLE
SALE DEALEUS I!V
TT XT. X W -A-HTLHi:,
A KB new la receipt of their Mock fnr the Fall Trade, and
wo Id invite the purlicuUr attention of Merchant!
tailing blaihville to their awortm-nt, believing that their
Mock embrace a great variety, and their goods are offered
at prioa. aa reasonable, a can be found in an 7 market in
lb L'nioa, when cost of purchasing and transportation arc
tkea inte consideration.
Tiey Bew devote their whole attention to the WITOLE
AI K beaineae, and, In addition, being DIRKCT IMPOR
TERS of all ENGLISH ANI GKRM AN HARDWARE, they
are enabled to ofler facilities to the Ketail Dealer equal to
any bouse in any market. They will take pleasure at all
time in showing through their esslablsbment all who will
tavor them with a call.
10 Feather received at the highest market price.
sepl watrw tf
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD,
American, English ft German
EASDWASE AHD CUTLEKT,
WCST B10I PDBUO RQFARR,
Ian5 1y NAPH VILLE, TENN.
Allouae and Lot on McLemore street. The
Lot front 1S9 feet on McLemore street, and run
ark 104 feet. The House i a two Story Brick, and
contains B rooms, a hall above and below, with kitchen out
house, Ac. This property is located in the neighborhood of
the Nashville and North-Western Railroad Depot. It la also
convenient to the business portion of the city, and can be
bad upon good terms. For further information, apply to
R. A. HALLO WE,
octA Genl Ag't No. 17 Deader! ck
NOW COMPLETE JN BIX V0LTJME3.
JIST HECEIVED II V
novS W. T. BERRY A CO.
WITH a cash capital of from $500 to $1000 In lucra
tive, geuteel business, whose time would be rtquired
only from 9 A. M. to i P M. To a gentleman of good ad
dress a handsome income may be realised. Good security
given for amount invested. If preferred a liberal salary
will be guaranteed.
Address, statin? where an interview may be bad, to
SOUTHERNER, Post Office.
N. B. Persona not having the above amount of Cash
need not apply. augl7 tf
SEYMOUR, FAIVMXG & CO.,
(eoocassoas to aicHot. riaoocs,)
commission and forwarding keechants,
AND DEALERS IN
Bacon, Lard, Cora, Wheat, Feather, Beeswax,
Dried Fruit, fte.,
Corner market and Church Street,
HASHVLLLEACADEMY OF MUSIC.
No. 24 Tine Street, Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES HESS AND HENRY WEB EE,
DEPARTMENTS The System of Instruction adopted tor
this Academy is the same as that pursued in the Koyal
Ai-adumy in Paris, and comprises five Departments, via:
Primary, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior; to
which is added a Recapitulation Department, designed for
those who Intend to adopt Music as a profession.
TERMS PER SESSION.
PalMAKT Dbfabtmist, 120 00
Five lessons a week, one daily, Saturday excepted.
Fbsphwa Dar astbsxt 23 00
'our lessons a week, Monday, Tuesday, 1 hursday
tkiFBOMOKi DEFlRTvurf 80 00
Thiee lesson one week, Monday, Wednesday and
Friday; the succeeding week Tuesday and Thursday.
Jesioa Dtabtmbbt 83 00
Lessons same in number and in day as in the
Samoa Dkparticut 40 00
Two lessons a week, Monday and Thursday.
KaoArrrcLATioa DxrABTMioiT 60 00
Lessons daily, Saturday excepted.
fTJf In all of the foregoing Departments, the Piano and
Guitar are the only instruments taught.
Instruction on the Ilarp, 8 lessons a week, per session (43 00
" in Vocalisation, SO 00
" " Italian style, 43 00
M to classes of gentlemen on the Violin, Flute,
Clarionet, Ac, two evenings week, 15 00
, AH tuition fee due on the entrance of the pupil.
Una lesson a week in Sacred Music given to all pupils free
No charge will be made for the use of Instruments. Music
and Music Books furnished gratis to the pupils, who will be
permitted to retain them as their own property at the close
of the session.
Pupils will be received at any time, and charged from the
period they enter to the close of the session. The attend
ance of pupils will be required during the leaf on only.
The Academic Year will be divided into two session; the
one commencing on lbs 8d Monday in September, and clos
i ni on the lat Friday in January, the other commencing on
be 1st Monday in February and closing on the first Friday
Itf- Pupil intruited to their care shall receive close at
eimon, and if unwearied assiduity on the part of the in-
tructors can avail, they shall aotfall to attain the elevated
tt amlard of proficiency to which they may aspire.
Application to be mad on or after the 1st day of Beptem
er, at the Academy. auglS -8m
PREMIUM DAGUERREOTYPE AKD PHOTO
NO. 86 UNION STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN.
T UK first Diploma was awarded to Hugh. Brother, by the
Mechanic.' Institute at the late exh.bltion tor the best
UngoerreoUpeS and Photographs, which tZrl
U.e superiorly of our picture over all PUrs.
though they were not gotten up foi the occasion but such as
!hey ll 'their customer, daily. O.ttaene and . ranger,
ar. p.telyinT'caUandaee the l.rge.t andbe.t col
lection of specimen la the o.iuia.
iTiim :iized inojf itiaktels.
muia nmiwnt etyl ol Mantel Is fast Uking the place
GENTS stout Calf Waterproof Boots;
Calf flrogen and Jersey lieej
and Youths' thick soled Calf Boot, and nrogan.;
" A M AH1 A IV,
TN OAK TANNED LEATHER I BELTISQ - Tb.
1 ber offers a lolol aooui iiw - .
C.r Belting, in widlh. horn two to six Inches, at eost
leatter oeiui . . nr r, A)i toon.
eaahprlcesoi JNO. B. WEST,
. ail-ar MAMISIf HALL.
Tnr. Urcesl P.-no Forte. M. lodeon and Music Ware In
JU a .taow.a Mtvwrnih.
wAlndVl phla, by JOHN MAKMi. U.. sol A(tut lu,
Sm.n Lrav A Co , erlebraud 1M Ca.pana At
. ForuZ and C. W. Fik A Co. Prenoura
o 'orui and M.iodeoasof o.herd.
??duakers. J. M. has obtained a lease tut aev.ral
ta'tWine where be int-od. klug th. Iarge.1 rtork and
lriment .rf ao Forte Melodeon.. Musw and Mcai
rmenl. of ever, derripUon. all'of whrh are cWuliy
SI", himself, and warrant to giv. P
ton In every instance. l"
" 100,000 con El SO I D 1
ITD8 ORKAT STEAMBOAT WOE U1 be ready ea
XSor .boul lh t ,
iirf iotert Fultoa Ef Br Aawne. Beat
,,Xrth;"wtTnd&u"ng,U.n'. dm Ohio River Boal-Cr-RU--Mi
Iatrotw's First Boat.
-?,Trth.We Waters. frm a. Fr-WKn-.
rr.J ol 'tt. WM.Wal.r.; Towns. Ctu. ad duux.,
utid dwn ewrrect'y. ... .
ijirf Htramboat IsploMon aloe IMt; Name of Kdl4
.-a Wound! : List of au-amboat Bow aJ .at.
4 l- Oriel:... m lo5 i bA.tck .1 .eca t-e;
pofjulaUon. taat-eas . Ac ? . Mll--)pp, Bwt,
The H.rfc W.ter la IS10.
, rii Ht-iTi tnomu Court Pteamooai ieioos
.j74 1 by remitting Os. I.xa yi.)
ttIa-l MuUdt. , tnociuWl, 0.
CHANGE OF TIME!
1833 ETJ1LMES AEBA5GEMEBT. 1853
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Four Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A. SL. 9 A.
10:20 A. M. and 6 P.M.
Tf Quickest, Shortcut end Mot Direct Bovle.
LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON.
Wheeling Passengers Dine at Zanesville.
Pittsburgh Passengers Dine at Crestline.
Dunkirk and Buffalo Pansengert Dine at Cleveland.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, via Columbus being the Short
Quick and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the Bast
the time is so arranged that it is made with ea.
tions are certain. Pa-engers ar. not au Ifeet :tn
have fall time for me.ls, which is a great comfort to ladies
and chhdren. The Little Miami via Columbus, being a short
and quick route, doe not require anonymous coirespon
denU or false mtp. to recommend It to the traveling public.
E"andlvery train by the Little Miami rou runs into
the depot of the Lake Shore Road at Cleveland.
TI.TIE fla LITTLE MIAMI KOfJTE.
Front Cincinnati to
COLUMBUS in 8X nonrs;
CLEVULAND In t-M Hour.;
DUNKIRK in UX Hours;
BUFFALO In 16 Hours; "
ALBANY in 26 Hours;
JiKW YORK In 81 Honrs;
BOSTON in 85 Hours;
CRESTLINE in 6 Honrs;
piTTtUUUG in 14 Hours,
PHILADELPHIA in 81X Houre,
WHEELING in 10X Hours.
BALTIMORE in iiS Hours,
WASHINGTON in 89 Hour.
STECBEN VILLK in 12 Hours.
Baggage checked from Cincinnati to Wheeling. Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Dunkird and Buffalo.
Pawners by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day in
JCew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore or Whington City.
The Little Miami is the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DALLY TEADTS.
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pitteburg, 8tenbenvflle and
Wheeling Lightning Express, leave Cincinnati at 6 A M,
for Columbu. Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany New
York and Boston; Cn-Oine, Pittsburg, Baltimore, nijadel
phlaaod New York; Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Wa.h.
Jngton City, Philadelphia and New York, Ac,; SteubenvUle,
Baldusky and Detroit; JCenia, Yellow Springs and Bprmg
field. This Train stop between Cincinnati and Columbu
at Loveland, Morrow, Xenia and London only.
Passenger by this train tor Lake steamers have Dye hoar
and a ba I at Cleveland.
?-OOND TRAIN Cleveland and Pittsburg Express, leave
Cincinnati at A. M., for Columbus Cleveland Dunkirk,
buualo, New York and Boston; CresUine and Pittsburgh Cur.
cleviUe and Lancaster; Blanchester, Chillicothe and Hills
borough This Tram .'ton. at all poinU betweer ' CjncinnaU
T,d Columbus, except Linwood and Branch Hill . AMo.
connecting at Cleveland direct with Lake steamer QUEEN
OF THE WEST nd CBE8CENT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains tor New York, Boston,
A1THIRD ?RA?N-WheViing Express. eave Cincinnati at
10-20 A M, for Columbus, Zanesville. Wheeling, Baltimore,
Washington City, Philadali hia and New York.
This Train .top at all point between Cinmnnati and
FODDRTHTRAIN--Aecommodation, leave Cincinnati at
4PM for Xenia, Yellow Springs and Springfield; Circle
title and Lancaster; Blanchester and Chilicothe; HdUboro'
Thi. Train stop at aU poinU between Cincinnati and
X FIFTH TRAIN Cleveland. PitUurg and Wheeling Night
ExnressTleave. Cincinnati at 6 P. M.. for Columbus, Cleve
anJ Dunkirk Buflalo. New York and Boston; Crestline,
P?uiburg, Philadelphia and New York; Zaneavjlle, Wheeling,
BaUimore, Washington Cily. Philadelphia and New York
Thi Train top at all point between Cincinnati and
rviiimhn rxceDt Linwood and Brauch Hill.
One Tln onSunda, at 1.80 o'clock P. Mn for Columbus.
Train run by Columbu Time-7 Minutes faster than Cin
cinnati. THROUGH TICKETS,
And all information can be obtained at (he new offices No.
IBurnet Hou Bunding, W. L. O'BRIEN, Ticket Agen
No 177, front office, Gibson House Building, ALEXANDER
HAMILTON, Ticket Agnt: or at the old office, boutheant
corner ol Broadway and Front street, opposite Spencer
House, or at the Eastern (Little Miami) Depot, East Front
"lMet" Office hours from 4 A. Jf., V P. V.
u p. W. 8T11ADER, G.n lAg t.
THE OMNIBUS LINE
Calls for Passenger at all the principal Hotels tor each and
every train. By leaving direction, at either of the above
ftioes, will call for passenger in all part of the el'V'
out fail. Je!I
"CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE!
FE0M LOUISVILLE, KY.,
EI THE JEFFERSOXVILLE R. K.t
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI R. K.;
Or, Via Indiuuapolis,
BT TUX BELLEFOXTAIXK A CLEVELAND R.
To Sandusky, QeTeland, Buffalo, Niagara, Pitta
burs;, Baltimore, Washington City, Phil
adelnhia. New York. Boston, Ac
T OTH Routes are expeditious, and through fares to any of
III, a0UW fJUIUV. .UV BU1V.
First Class Passenger Trains leave me jenersonviiie n. n,
eoot daily (Sundays excepted.) to make ur eonnecUon
with the roads beyond.
ELEVAKTLY 1'ITTED I P OMNIUCSLS
i Are carrying passengeni from the Hotel, or any part of
?xuisvuie, to ana rrom me nanroau wmu.
r..iK.. i..Hinil.niiika obtained bv Inauinng at the
ffice of the Hotel, or at the Jefferwnville R. K. Offloe,
ear the Gait House, Louisville, where through ticket to all
e principal cltie can be procured.
r ' JOHN ZULAUF, Pre!,
A. P. OBBORNE, Snpt.
J. W. Haix, Ticket Agent In Louisville. janZO tf
Vick.burg Whig. NaUhes Courier, New Orleans Picayune
nd Delta, Eagle A EDqulrer In Memphis, please copy tor
iree months, and charge R. R. OfflJe.
iPrcmiuni Boot & Shoe Manufactory.
E BE W FULL E By
(Successor to Hamilton A Fuller,)
! ENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANTJTACT0BT,
Corner Market and spring or Church Sta.
NASHVILLE, TEN W
I "1 HATEFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed upon this
JT Manufactory since it establishment, the Proprietor
eels determined to merit a continuation of the same in fu-
' I have now on hand a good assortment of ready
I iade work, jonsistlng In part ol Men', noya- aou
outha' Calf. Kip and Thick Boots and Shoes; Negri
I Irnvana. double sole: house Servant Shoes, Ladies
Ind Miaaes Calf Morocco, and Rid Boots and Shoes, all maue
com good stock, in good style and warranted.
Ortirrs trom rianiera, iron ma.iers, nauroau buujuiu-
Ilk Oompanle. reK?ctfully solicited.
If All kinds of repairing done.
Cash paid for Hide.
II i:i:T I 100 bundle Sheet Iron, just recoiv-
ed aud for a" ' l. D. DlCRk-Y,
.ci.Kl No. 6 Oollege street.
H0ZLEEY, GLOVES, Ac
TUfT received a large toek of White, Brown and Fancy
colored Cotton, bilk and Lisle Thiead, H Uaa and (i loves
CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
apU No- IS Cedarsir
FOB THE LADLES-BECEIVFJ) BT EXPRESS.
LADIES' Super French Heeled Gaiters;
M Congress Heeled Boots;
H M Browi Ucogrea G altera.
A few anaen pairs of the latest style and very handaome,
..t opened by JOHN RAMAUK,
4 '4 Cotleg sL
Geo. L. Anderson,
'Warehouse & Commission Merchant,
FOR THE SALE AND STORAGE OF
Cotton. Corn, Rj c, !te, Oata, ItAroii,
Latrd, reatlhrra ana t lour,
(' nd aU manner of Preduee and Merchadi, and will stUnd
BeoeiTing and Forwarding Merehandist,
"Cash advanced oa Produce In Store."
BRICK WARKHOCSK, Noara Su Rsts ls !t.,
octA dim AUGUSTA, Oa.
fJl FARE REDUCED.
Cabin rasa:re to New York 20.
UNITED STATES KAIL LIKE.
Th new and Splendid side-wheel sleasssrirp
KNOVILLE,15oOus 0ap4. O. D. Leaurw,
At tilSTA, IMOtun Capt T. Lvoa,
I LUIIIDA, ISoo toua Capt. M. . Woomou.
A LA 11 AM A, ISOOtoos CapcO. K. Bcaaaoa,
slll Leave SaTanuah
EVERY WKDXKSDA T AND SATURDAY
Tbaae ship are aaa..og Utt largeat oa tb eoaal, anaur
Maaed la im4, mlty se eamSit aaaking Itieir pa wages ia
tit to U hours, and ar CMuaaaded bt saillfuL aaraful and
swUla omears. Having etrgaui auiMaoa acoewoiodaliaoa,
they offer a asost SastraUe ouarayane te Yora.
Cban paasage 4f.
Hgera yaaaage A
AgaaUi PADKLFORD, FAY A CO., Kavmnnalu
AM'L U kllTCUILL, IS Braadwey,
j .24 Kew York,
RE rewtiadmi thai I Kavw th Wai-rM WU
atark.l with SVttY THING NSW AND !
MMADIA la say ha fur tbe Fall Trada, aad would b
tkul to 6U Uietr ardcrs.
A, J. FtASCIICO,
MtU He. W Public eVare.
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISHrlEMTS.
From the Newspaper Advertising Agency of W.8. EWYM
MER, No. 14 Second Street, ST. LOUIS, Mo.
c3 Sa S3
HAVING purchased from Mr. Wm. Southwell hia Patent
Right for grinding CIRCULAR and other Saw., for
which we have paid hint a large sum, aid we Asa tbi eolb
raopxivroas or rum nn. We will reward any person
giving inlormation of infringements on the same.
This is the only Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
Saw perfectly even In thickness.
They will require less stt will not heat while running
win saw smooth save lumber and keep an edge longer
than any other saws made and are not liable to become
AU our Saw are made from an extra quality of Cast Steel,
imported expressly for our own use, at much higher cost
than is generally used for Saws.
We respectfully inform all manufacturer of Lumber, that
no Saw will be sent from this establishment but what is of
superior steel and workmanship, the temper will be found
more even and uniform than any Saw in use.
CST" Order received at our Warehouse, 62 Congress U,
Boston. WELCH A GRIFFITHS.
And by our Agent,
aug20-8tn 818 Main Street, St. Leuls.
Field, Bcartlslce & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PIECE GOODS TOE
MEWS .1 R ,
No. 158 Itlaln St., St. Louis, 31 o.
AYE NOW IN STORE A HEAVY AND COMPLETE
stock ef Goods suitable for the
AUTUMN AND WINTER SALES,
and are prepared to compete with any jobbing house in the
The stock consists in part of the following goods, ris :
C JLO TllS.
Every description of
SATIN DE CHINES,
TAIL0BS' AND CLOTHLEBS TBTJOLTNGS.
A COMPLETE STOCK OP
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
An invitation is hereby respectfully extended to
MERCHANTS, CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS,
visiting the city for the purpose of buying goods in this fine,
to examine our stock before making tneir purchases.
All orders will receive prompt attention.
auglO dw8m FIELD, BEARDSLEE A CO.
WHOLESALE CANDY UANTJFACTOBY.
H. O. B0HN
.WALTER 6c BOHN.
Nos. 31 ft 33 Market Street, between Main ft 2d,
FT. LOUIS, MO.
CONSTANTLY on hand a large and fresh assortment of
all kinds or rAui UAnuis, wnicn, tor uneapness,
Quality and Variety, cannot be surpassed by any other es
tablishment in the West. mar3I dawly
ESTABLISHED IN 1835.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(Successors to Ira Todd dt Son,)
No. 212 MAIN STREET, cor. of Morgan,
SAINT LOUIS, M0.,
Importer! and Manufacturers of
FRENCH BITES. MILL STONES,
Dutch Anchor Boltins; Cloth,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS,
PLAPTER OP PARIS,
IRON PROOF STAFFS,
DA MSA L IRONS;
Our asssortment of Mill Material is the largest in tb
Uniltd 8titr. At present we have on hand 2W pairs o
MILL STONES. Orders promptly filled and all articles war-
aJnted. Imam -ly) u. A U. TODU a CO.
EMPIRE SAW WORKS.
W. L. F. GAGE ft CO.
Wareroom No. 3T Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS of every description of extra CaM
Steel Hill, rowiir, I'it, MoeUy. Vroos (.vt, FitUoe.
Hand and 'ml &iu; jitui Miin-lrel, I'pvUt and (Wa
t'AM, jrunJc springs, Amtes, Ktuptr eti-Kte, Zmnfis,
Cx70ld Saw repaired and made a good as new, at email
The undersigned have made such improvements, and ar
rived at such perfection in the tempering and grinding de
partment of their Work, and take such pains to procure the
best quality of Steel, that they can assert, wittiout fear of
contradiction, that their stock of caws on nana and now
BJHUUlW-lumi. Wf WW WIIJ W, UW VS. .J Filial
but au per lor to any iuu.de in or brought
to thie market.
Every Saw sold under their guarantee will be made good
to the purchaser, u not found to be so on trial.
maria dlilawly W. 1 F. UAUK A CO,
DB. C. M. JACKSON, Phtlnd'a, Fa.,
will arracTPALi.T ccrb
LITER COIPULM, DYSPEPSIA, JAUXDICB,
CAeewt'e or JVrvo DtbilUy, LHtatts of M
Kidmty, and all ditto mruing from m di
mrdtrtd Livtr or Stomach.
Inward Pilra, Full.
cess of Blood to th
Head, Acidity of th Stom
ach, Nausea. Hartburn. Disrust
fur Food, Fullness or weight in th
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking, or
Fluttering at the Pit of the Btotnacb, Swim
ming of the Head, Hurried and difficult breath
ing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choaking or Suffocating
Sensation when in a lying posture, Dimnesaof Vision,
Dot of Web before th Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
In the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eyas, Pain in th
Side, Back, Chest, Limb. Ac., Sud
den Fluahee of Heat, Burning
in the Flesh, Oenstanl Im
aginings of Evil, and
TU Propriefor, In ratling the attention ef the public U
thia preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmo.t confi
denre in it virtue and adaptation to Ui disease for which
It la no new aaJ untried article, lut one that ha (food
the Ut of a ten year.' trial before th Amert.an people,
and IU reputation and aal ai nnrivallrd by any similar
preparation extant. Th tctlmony in iu favor given by
the BMt .premtucBt and well known Physician and indi.
VHluula, in ail part of the country, is fmnirua. The fellow
Ing from your owe State, is respectfully sulxnitted, referring
any woo may tiU doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Practica l
heoeipt Book, l"r Fanner and Families. ia b had aratia. af
P rlnci;.l Oflic and Manufactory, I ja Arch street, rhila
Testimony trom Tenaesaea.
Dr. H. B fVarhorough, Dover, Tenn, Aur tS 1SSS. aars'
-I have -Id all th. German BaWr. ,o b..nt"a7d
if th pr-rr"' eontinoe to do a marh good as it has
done, it will ba tit beet rnedidn vcr odd here."
U Soodgraas, Sparta, Tean Aagnst o, ISM, say : "I am
pleased to suui that your German Bitter ha givca satis
faeiKia In vry In.uuio where It ha beeo iwi "
B. T. HoUina, HUlaburoug h, T.enu, Aaguat 0, 1S6S, say :
"I aa i4eaed to state that the German Bitters nave given
general aau. faction. "
Kr v',i0w t,lo. Tena, tth April, I83L,
: jour fcuur ar. now selling very fust, and Vry
aaVteeaWcteT" hAt able to loara,
J- WFranklia A Co., OallaUa, Tena- Daren Ker SO. ISM,
aaia. i new nnn wiu want Bore of your Bitter soon.
ef the partner taiua u I a groat saedelna.
Hn1'. Krr. Tenn, BepteoitMr la, IVx, said r--Tber
la great demand Aw your Biitors hare; ptoaa send
another kit eooo."
1 bey ar asmasLT vauaraaiA, free from aO (njuriow la-jraJ-criia,
always suengihaa u aystosa, and aartr Broe-
4d J0,511 y BERRY A DCWOVILLB, H. O. SCO
Sfh f '2 I"0-' M. U- "1W"TT, aad by
- " awrtMpan very bore,
'I'll IT long lookrd for and aailoua); aatic'patew kraad
"-' Tooarren aaanufacturwd exprewry nw bm, M re
edeed MMH . Ltys A 06,
FASHIONS FOR FALL, 1833.
CLOAKS, TALMAS-A3TD MANTILLAS.
WILL introduce for the Inspection of Southern and Wee
tern Merchants, on the 1st of August, hi usual Urge
variety of good in his line,
EMBROIDERED VELVET MANTLES,
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
PLAIN VELVET MANTLES, Richly Trrjiraed,
COMBINATION OF YELVA.T AND M01RA ANTI QUE,
The buyer of the undersigned having Just returned from
France he is enabled to offer the moat extensive assortment
of style of any other establishment in the country, all of
which, by special contract with the Paris Manufactures, are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion as the only publisher of regular monthly Fashion Plate
in Harper' and Sodey' Magasines should be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select from his stock.
GEORGE II ROD IE,
51 Canal Street, ft 63 Lispenard Street, 27. York.
Principal entrance St Canal ttreet, Second Mantilla Store
West of Broadway, fcouth aide. aug 8m
W. JACKSON &. SON,
GRATE AHD FEJTDZE MAKEES,
248 Front Street and 930 Broadway, NEW YORK.
ISAAC L. PLATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old estab
lished manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLASS COUP ANY,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all sixes, suitable for windows of stores
and dwellings, Show Cases, Coach Lamps, Rail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse,
19 Murray Street, New York.
jyl7-8m - -
AMERICAN PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
THE Subscriber having taken the agency of the shove
Company, is now enabled to furuith their Rough Plate
Glass, for Kky'ights, Floor-tiles and Pavements, of equality
superior to the imported article, ana at mucn rawer rates.
JOHN B. PLATT,
jylT 8u 79 Murry street. New York.
FIC0T ft SH0TWELL,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
XNVTTE the attention of SOUTHERN and WESTERN
MERCHANTS to a LARGE AND VERY EXTENSIVE
STOCK OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE.
Cutlery of every description;
Silver Plated Ware; Japannery:
German Silver and Britannia Ware:
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
Bronzed, Copper and Brass Goods;
Tea Trays, Fire Irons, Fenders, Wire Cover:
Bronsed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac
Our stock comprises every article in our line of business,
all of which we will sell to dealers at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPER. Goods or
dered by letter will be (elected with great care and despatch.
and pnt up in the best manner
PIC0T A SHOTWELL,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York
PIP. 8. Also, manufacturers of a very superior article of
ated Spoons and Forks. Je om
COMRS, FANS AND FANCY GOODS.
IO Park Place, New York,
TNVITES the attention of Southern and Western Mer-
L chants to hi new dock of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soaps, Porte
Monnaies, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Books' Dress
Buttons, Pins and Needles, Hooks and Eye, Watch Guards,
Wax. Coral and Glass Beads. Necklace. Ac. India Rubber
Combs. Canes. Balls and Toys of every description. Scis
sor, Raxors and Cutlery, Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Accor-
deona and Violins, including a general and very large itock
of EnglUh, French and German-fancy Goods, which will be
sold at the very lowest prices ror vash or Arraovso rifa.
Orders by letter selected and put up in the best manner.
WILLIAM TASKElt, 10 Park Place, New York.
P. 8. Please cut thi out. my3 d I y
THE REST HAIR DYE.
DR. 0. M. BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high
est premium at the World's Fiix and Auuucin Issti
titts, where it was examined oy the Distimouishko Chfmimts
. Dr. Chiltos and Prof. Johs Torrkv, and pronounced the
BEST. For tale by the principal Druggists in this city.
Price ft. Principal Office and Btore, No. 4 OS and 600
BROADWAY. New York. martl-ly
JO, G. BROWN,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMFNT3, Ac,
43 College Street, Nashville, tenn.,
MY stock of Fancy Good, Perfumery, Ac, is now very
complete, having received Iresh supplies, selected by
one of the firm in person, vis: Lobin's, Basin's and Miu-hel'
Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Water,
Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style; Dil
toe's and Lnbln's Sachets; A romatic Chrystals; China, Metal
and GIsm Pnff Boxes, several new styles- Hhell Combs, large
stock. Also nate on band inuigo, Madder, num u,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac, Ac je9
r"PIIE Copartnership heretofore exiting under the firm
X style of BROWN A GRUBBS, Is this day dissolved by
mutuxl consent. Jo. G. Brows Is alone authorised to use
the name of the firm in liquidation. Ac.
JOflAH G. BROWN,
Nashville, June e, ISM. W. B. G RCBBS.
HAVING purchased the entire Interest of Mr. W. B.
Gsosas, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS as for
merly, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to see his
friends, Ac, Ac No 43 College street. JeS
I7I3IMNU TACKLE A large stock, selected by
1 one of the firm, consisting of Gcnuiue Lliuer"
Ick Hooka, plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen,
Oravetaleen and common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Line cable laid Silk and Sea Graa, spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seine, l'i by 4; Float of every va
riety; Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Kings, Fly Hooka, Ac,
Ac, Ac In short, can supply those who can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every thing they may need to the
successful prosecution of thi useful calling.
JO. G. BROWN,
&9 41 College t.
1)1 hi: ?io.-ongahi:la hisky obbu
of the above, just received, of prime qnalliy. Sold to
us for six years old. JO. U. BROWN,
je9 48 Colleie St.
yrOUE WARE z.SWpieces Stone War, consisting
O ol Jars, Churns, Jugs, Milk Pans, Mutter Crocks, Ac, of
every sje, Just received. JO. G. BROWN,
jt 43 College st.
1)UIITI It AKD SCOTCH ALE Constantly
n hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co's celebrated London
Porter and Meiu's Scutch Ale. JO. G. BROWN,
Je9 43 College street.
PEARL STARCH boxe of a very superior
article of Starch, just received by
JO. O. BROWN,
t9 ii College St.
17011 JELLIES ino lb. Isinglass, Sheet and Shred.
P Also. 1 gmce Sparkling Gelatine; Dnpny's Extract of
Vanillic J. O. BROWN,
jej ' 48 College St.
OLD FOI L Abbey A Son's Gld Foil constantly 00
hand. JO. u. RU a.
1-0 43 College street.
CONGRESS WATEH-Conitanlly receiving, di
reel from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. G. BROWTt,
r) 48 College t.
AND WAX CANDLES 10 boxes
Sperm and Wax Candles, thi day received by
JO. G. BROWN.
43 Col leg street.
I EECHI'.S 1,000 Sweedish Leeehe on hand and tor
A-i aal by
JO. G. BROWN,
43 College t-
LARD OIL lObbls. No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by
JO. 6. BKOWN,
je 4 Colk-ee at.
LA DIES Brown French Toilet Slipper;
" Fin Black Kid clippers, Plain and Trimmed,
oened thi day by wiu si
41 College si.
NOW LANDING 40 bags Prime BalUmor Code;
ItXIdo assorted Pickles ;
9 half pipe pur o.d Cornae Brandy,
eptt SbYMOl'K, FANNING A CO.
tIrEaranderwavealn. and will be pieasMt to
t V our friend In any thing they may want la th Fu.
nUur tin. oetlU GROOMES, NANCE A CO.
J I MX RECEIVED
0 bbl Crashed and Powdered Sugars; ' '
Srthbda Whtto Cbryatailsod do;
) boxes donbl HeUnad Loaf do;
V) bbts Baltimore Manned do.
sepiS SETMOUX, FANNING A
It boxea low priced Virginia Tobaeeo;
SO do ettoraWd " PiSAniAV do
Su do "Pnde of Virginia' du
90 do Palmetto Taut do
100 ,0i0 Spanish and American Cigars;
liWI doa. boa riardlnea;
J bbto Nets, aortod;
IA bag each Pepper, Sole and Ginger,
eptt SEYMOUR, FAaNINO A
TO bale No. t Oanabarr:
m kc Pure aad No I W
rhli Lead. Par sale low.
BtYMOCK, FAKX1NU A CO,
New Book on Minions.
A CYCLOPEDIA OF M1SS10?U: Ooatainmg eaesprw.
ImbsIv view of Miawoeary HMnuau thrwafbeat ia
World. v tik UYraprical lwr.BAkxia aad acoMiala l tA
Kioal, Moral and klciigiaa oasuuo of lUpapte. Uf A.
Tbo auaotiua af CWrgyawa ef U bmamimatium Is la
riled to the above work. For by
ac.l a e e i Cwwge trt.
ANDREWS & JESUP,
COTTON AND WOOLEN MACHINEB.Y,
Steam Engines and Boilers, Macninista' Toois,
.Belong, ate., sc.
nirOBTXRS AHD M1UM Ol
No. GT Pine St., New York.
N. B Aewnts for the WOODRUFF A BEACH IRON
WORKS" STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Exclusive Agency In New York for "LOWELL MA
CHINE SHOP" M-tCHixurre' Tools. loctS dl!m
C0SNES OF DEADE3ICX ST. AND THE SQUARE,
18 now supplied with a SUPERIOR 8TOCK OF GOODS
and ready to wait upon all who may favor him with a
A Rich Askortment ol
G entlemen's Furnishing Goods
AL WA YS OX HAND.
FOR SALE Seven Lots situated In Edgefield, front
ing on the White' Creek Turnpike, thi side of Camp
bell's store; all enclosed. The above property is well situ
ated either for business or residences. Terms evy. En
quire of R. A. BALLOWE, Gen. Agent,
iep-23 a No. IT Deaderick street.
rTmn Puhlie are renoeetfullv informed that LYONS A CO.
J. still eintinoesellinr their eeltbrated Cholera and
Oiarrtica Preventive, (from the effects of which
so manv last vear reaned ereat eomfort and relief.) by the
Ga lon, liottle or Glass. As preventives are always better
than cures, we rtrongly recommend all to use it. The Poor
supplied without charge, if accompanied with a practising
Doctor's certificate. Private Families particularly, should
have a bottle of this ar.io in the house, in ease of emer
gency. LYONS A CO.,
myl 19 Cedar street.
E. N, CARR cV CO.
1 88 Pratt Street,
A CURE FOR HARD TIMES
AND the Road to Wealth at E. N. CARR A CO'S, Ex
change and Lottery Broker's, the great Prise sellers of
the Maryland Lotteries, who have, during the last six
months, sold several Capital Prizes, besides a large number
of naller ones, amounting in the aggregate to more than
one hundred thousand dollars. And convince yourself by a
single trial that the great road to wealth is to purchase a
icket of the lucky and far-famed prise sellers,
E. N. CARR A CO.
Choice Selected Schemes for October, 1855.
Bel Air, Class 43, for Octobjr 9, lS'i5. Scheme.
1 Prise of Vhw 1 Prise of $10,im0 1 Priie of $6,000
1 do 4.SSS 10 do 1.0U0 Ac, Ac.
Tickets 5-Shares In proportion. Certificate of a pack
age of whole $70, halve $35, quarter $17.50.
Patap-co, Class 274, for Oct. 18, 1855 Scheme.
1 Prise of $5,(hh) 1 prise of $1,(HH) 1 Prise of $500
1 do 150 1 do 18T.'0 1C0 do 60
64 do 20 Ac, Aa.
Tii kets $1 Shares in proportion. Certiffcate of package
cf 25 wholes $14, halves $3, quarters $4
Washington County, Class 83, for Oct. 92, 1S.3 Scheme.
1 Prise of $24,940 5 Prise of $5,n0 10 Prise of $4,500
10 do 1,000 10 do 600 25 do 2l
25 do 2INJ Ac , Ac
Tickets $9 Shares in proportion. Certificate of package
of 6 wholes $120, halves $60, qunrters $30.
Class W, for the benefit of the Consolidated Lotteries, lo be
drawn in ti e cilv of Baltimore. MJ., on Saturday, Oo .
27, 1S55 Scheme 15 drawn ballot! in each package of
1 Prise of $.noo 1 Prixe of $20,90
2 do of 10,000 are 20,OiK 4 do of 5,000 are 2il.UH)
8 do of 2,500 are 2".00 100 do of 1 in) are luO.OUO
8M9 do of 8d0 are $101,700, Ac, e.
Tickets , halves $10, oo;.rier $5, eighths $2 50.
Certifii-ale of a package of 26 whiles $'it, halves $132.50.
quarters $60.25, eighth $-' 12
All orders are confiuential, and the official drawings will
be rent to all who order tickela.
We receive the note of all solvent Banks, or Checks of
Deposit, and we rem t in return for Prises, hank Checks on
any place in th United stales. No risk, no gain. A single
psckage of tickets may draw the fur hiehesl prises.
Ail letter directed to E. N. CARR A CO. will come safely
to hand, and distant correspondents may feel sure that 'heir
orOers will be attended to the same as if they were here
Those at a distance will be particular in namiog the post
office, county and Stte.
It has happened that we have made our correspondent
rich before we hac the pleasure of a rsonal interview. A
impe trial may place you in poesiou 01 a oompewncy
for tile, t'le.tse show this to your friends. TKY US I TRY
US1 Address, E. N. CARR A CO.,
seplt No. 18S Pratt atreet, Baltimore, Mi?.
JNO. S. & W. 0. BEIEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICK No. 23 Cherry Street. apt
RENT For the ensuing year, a comfortable
Dwelling House, on Cherry street, next door south of
Lincoln Hall, containing six rooms, with dining room,
kitchen and cellar iu the basement.
R. A. BALLOWE,
oct 28 Genl Ag't, No. IT Deaderick st.
HEW AB.S.IVAL3 OF LADIES' FINE SHOES.
LADIES' Kid R. R. Boots and Boots and Buskins;
" Front and Side Laced high Gaiters;
" Fin Kid II Urn Laced Buskins;
" Th ck boled Buskins;
" u gtjtcbed Walking Shoes,
" Cloth Thick Soled buskins;
Misses high K. K. Gaiters: Just opened by
JOHN RAM AGE,
oet?6 42 College street.
AN A D V E H T I S E .71 E N '
THAT APPEALS TO THE
SOUND SENSE OF THE fOJIJH SITY.
Th following unequalled series of Family Medicine may
depended upon with the utmost confidence. They have
the approbation of the beat physician In the coun
try, and are recommended by all who hav
used them aa superior lo any family med
icints known. TllkY liAVE BEEN
BEFORE THE PUBLIC FOR TEN TEARS,
During which time more tha.t 5,'MlO certificates have been
received from eminent put. lie men nd titers, and are
now on file at the Company' Office. THEY ARE
COMPOUNDED with the utmost skill, end the
ingredients are thoroughly tested by rcien
tific chemi-sts, so that medicines of a
uniform and reliable quality ar
guaranteed in all casts.
THE GRXFENBERO VEGETABLE PILLS,
Are particularly valuable fur the prevention and eur of
Fevers in general. Bilious and Livrr Complaints, Jaun
dice, General Debility, Common and Sick Headache,
Dypepia, Heart Burn, Coativeneaa, Griping,
Urinary Diseases, Obstruction, of the Men
ses, Intliieiisa, A!bma, and for a vari
eiy of oiher Chronic Diseuaes; in
fine for ell ordinary family use.
Full directions lor the varams Diseases accompanying each
box. Price 23 cei.ts a box.
THE GRiEFENBERQ DTSESTERT STRUP.
A speedy and intaUibl remedy in Diarrh, Dyntery,
Bloody riux.Cliok-ra Morbas Cholera Infantum, and
the Asitno C'holtra, if taken Willi the firat.ymp
too, v i: vomiting and diarrhoea. It never
fills to cure the woiat po.sil.le ra.es ol bow
el complain' generally in a few hoars,
st Mom beyond a day. It ia pure
ly Vegetable, a.id taken in al
most any (inutility is perfectly harmless.
GRXFEKBUR0 GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTJtENT-
Invaluable for Burns, Wounds, Sprain, Chilblains, Coras,
Sore., Swellings of aU kimls, Hheumatiam, Erysipelas,
Bronchitis, rroru!a. Ulcers, Pains in the Side and
Back, immediately relieved, InSamation of the
Bowels, and fur all case where there at
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATH0LIC0N,
A certain cur for Prolaau Uteri, and f-r moat of the dis
treaain eomolnots incident 10 Females.
Prenared bv Dr.THEO. POMtKJY, ol Utica. eolele for
th Orat enberg Company.
THE OTHER GRXFENBERO MEDICINES ARE,
CHILIKFN"8 PAN 'CF A,
FkVEK AND AHI'K PILLS.
LIBltVH PILE OINTMENT.
THE OR.trENBURG MANUAL OF H'.ALTn,
A eoniplet hand-NxHi of wiedtcine for lamlhea. Price !5e
ALSO, the fme BK BI G BANr., a certain curt tor
Bugs. Price S6c For sale br
ALKX. MacKF.MIE, rville,
seplS and by all Druggist la lown and country.
f ANN'S Celebrated Copying Bojks, snade of Parchment
il Paper all sise.
Fur sale by
AM1LY II I II EES Twelve diftrnt kinds at low
price. Fur msI by
Cl! A ELM W. SMITH.
S-J wholesale or retail.
Foi sal by
CilARLrs W. SMITU.
ME.MOR AN Dl M HOOK' A large aaaortowcl
by th dtiaan, or single. For sale by
orttt CHARLES W. SMITH.
PAPER With Ornsateatai Titi. lor
CHARLES W. SMITH.
Broad Street, A ugaata, Ca.
THIS aw and eomnndioo hoaae, epteodi.tiy fur- f
Bitl.ed. Ii bow ready for the rwcrpuioa af vial tors. ' : i
i M. SiaKoa, Propruttor. Mr. Nicaaaausi.aap'i, , -A
UroOI.I N ll.I.FIIOE JaetraertvssdaeKoie
M of ."hater Half lle. Saxony Han Mnae, La 1 k
Wool Half Hum. Meriu Half !l Alan, a karg asaorv
bmoI wf htavy eutloa haK hoar. For by
cut J. U.JHef- lVU
FOR S. LE-A HOUSE AND U T h Wt NartvOl.
Tka y froa-l sa M.Gaeerfe atreet 6w awl, aa4 raa
act IAV tee la a P eo alley. Ta ewii raoea
aiJ bail, woa aLaJtlM. Ao. a. A. MU)S,
S A L A IM A N D E R SAFES,
WARRANTED to stand 10 per cent more flrtf?"J
than any Herring' Safe in use, and sold at I W
the lame prices. Also, I roil Shutter, Siasb I g3
and itoori for Rank nult and J
Store. A 'so. Patent Mate Linrd Relrisr
eraton, all warranted as gnood and cheap a any in the
country, by EVANS A WATSON, No. S South 4th atreet,
Philade'phia, p. Hall's Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
all the celebrated Locks furnished when required. W. C
L1LLAKD ia authorised to reciev orders, and make sales of
the above. my 5 ly
ECONOMY AND COMFORT.
DR. C. W. CROZLER'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, 1854, and which received the
Premium at the Nashville Fair ia October
last- Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Siller.
THE nnderjigned, hsving repeatedly been solicited 0
make consignment of the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
ture, ha concluded to sell no mor coun'y rights in this
Rtt hut will in future have the Improved Camphor Wa-h
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this Slate (ex
cept in the counties where the right have been dijpoaed of)
and in the State of Alabama. And that be may be enabled
more effectualljto make this arrangement, he propose to
divide the patent for Tennessee and Alabama into l.nm
share, one-fourth to be retained, and the remainder 750
hares will be offered for aale. A pel so a remitting ten
dollars will have one share in the Patent, to run fourteen
years from July 11, 1S54, and ili be at the same time in
vesting also live dollars to be ased in the purchase of the
Ingredients, advertising and the necessary expenditur of
the means to prepare and distribute the Mixture for sale.
Consignments will be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it.) and to no other persons, to the amount of their
remittance. And they will be allowed a commiion of 58
per cent on their sales, and also their" proportion of the
profits at large. ..... , .
Annual exhibit of sales will be made, and dividends of the
profits remitted to each shareholder. No debts will be con
tracted, nor will the Company be responsible for any, as the
buinets will be conducted upon the casa system.
Any of those who have purchased patent, for counties in
this State, can have the privilege of exchanging lieir righ s
for share at the prices they have paid. This exchange will
be made at the cost of the Patentee.
It it desirable to have at least one or more a1ive share
holders in each count, in the State named. Subscriptions
for shares will be closed by the 1st September next. And
consignments of the Mixture will be made very soon there
after. Certificates issued to shareholders, who will request
the Agency, if they desire it.
The undersigned will act Agent untn the hareholder
elect three director to erve one year, who will hav the
management until their uccesMr shall be elected.
Newspapers in Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, Hunt
Tille, Talladega and Tuscumbia, that will publish this twice
and other sdvertiaements to the amount of ten dollars, and
end one copy, will receive one share. Address,
0. W. CR0Z1ER, Patentee,
je23 Knoxville, Tena.
HOT IILAST IIANi;i'Vi ROCK-20 ton
pig meUL very superior to melt with crap. Just re-
ceived and for sale by
V. V. 1llO.C I ,
No. 3 College street.
OYSTER 12 boxejojt received and for ale by
D. D. DICKKY,
oet2T No. 3 College street.
fll II 1". TIM' Ju.t recnived and for sale b'
r D. D. DICKEY,
No. 0 College street.
rpCM ni.EIIS 0 hue K snd if
Tumblers, a good article, for sale by
je23 W. U. GORDON A CO.
"1 T R ; 1 1 T SPIKE S 25 kegs Wrought Spike,
from 3 to SW inches, received by temer .irasil, and
for sal by
D. D. PICKEY.
"STILL THEY COME.
NOTIIER arrival of BOOKS, STATIONEHY and JEW-
XY ELRY, which will be sold at Auction eacn evening trus
week, commencing at 7 o'clock P. Jf ., In sales rooms 01
BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
nov6 41 Public Square,
Chas. Fox, Auctioneer.
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A
Thk&b has long existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could be relied on aa
sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This haa
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes Ahe purpose designed.
It ia easy to make a physical pili, but not easy to
make the beat of ail ptils one which should have
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been unfortunate fog
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and imUting to the bow
els. This is not. Many of them produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pill 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
ue in tho several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the bos. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
msv mention Liver Complaint, in its vsrious forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Listleasness, Irritability, liilums Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these axe but the con
sequence of dixeaned attion in the liver. As an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tivenes. Piles. Colic. lKsenterr. Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurry, Colds with soreness of the body.
Ulcers and impurity or the blooa ; in snort, any
and everv case where a purgative is required.
Thev have also Drodueed some singuliixly suc
cessful cures in Kheumatixrn, Gout, D-ormy, Gravel,
Krvsioelas. raloitation of the Heart, rams in the
Bark. Stomach, aud Side. They should lie freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
and prepnre the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by theit
stimulant action on the circulatory system, renw
vate the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
.Hence an occajiional doae is advantageous, even
though no serious dorsnesueut exials ; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduce the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand case in which
a phyiic is reqnired cannot be enumerated here, but
they surest themselves to the reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better pnrpoae than any thing which haa
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
eathartie medicine. Beiinr sugar-wrapped they are
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable. M
harm can ariee from their use ia any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper oa the Boa.
JAMES C. AYEK,
Practical and Analytical CliemUt,
Price 24 Cents per Box. FIt Boxea for SL
Far the rapid Car af
forniis, colds, iioauseess,
BK0M lUTIS, W H00ri.G-( 0TCU,
ntOTP, ASTHMA, AXD
This remedy has won for itaetf such aotoriety
from iu cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount tha evi
dences of iU virtues n any community where it
has been employed. 80 wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the eases of iu TT'
that almot every section 0 the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been wtoreel
from a.sxniing and eren desperate diseases ol tna
luntfs by iu uaa. When once tried IU superiority
over eery other medicine of iu kind is too appa
rent to eacape ohaervatioa, and where iU virtuea art
known, the public no longer hesitate what antsdota
to eropl.iv for the dutreaaing and dangerous aflee
tioiia of the pulmonary organs a huh are iaeideal
to our climate. Ana aoi oniy in lunuuuw. at
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder vanebe I
of Cou, Cocoas, HoABsanaas, Ar. t and for
CaimasM it is the tleaantet and safest median
that ran be obtained.
As it has long been in constant use through"
thas section, we need not du sour than eaaare tha
Mipl iU quality is kept up to th best that it eva
fcM beea. aad that th (snuta article is sola fry
PtKST prMOmt f, Whfltr!.. XaaSviTte; and fte
UJfcy BAOWM A UECBHA, KaahvUle; and so ? ail
Aaatrr ta lklu ia try lews la Tvaaasa .
rOS SALE OS RENT,
OA FA KM eoBtainioa Si acera, itaa4 ,C?
the ('KArVitta Tarepika. 4 aaibs ttvm aaaAvMU.
MkrakMiH1''1! ea , S-l ma
mii Frat trrra, and euauin eee of Ike i4ea
ar) k a. fcaad aaywaa to Ifc
aaturtaA Fraat OwaaUn. wtth am naM M a aaJ
ternary aa.aMaM. sta, , a-d f
IS kmtttiiaat aMyMt Bar Saakvtae. r ariS
LSim.ta at ply v A. A. B allow b,
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RAILROADS & STAGES
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
LAti RANGE AND MEMPHIS.
SPLENDID Poor Horse Coaches from Franklin to La
grange, connecting at those points with the Railroad to
Tu.runibia. Florence and M ntgwmerr.
Ala., and A fee rile en, Celumbus
and Canton, Miss.
The fine Four Horse Coach Line to these points, are an la
excellent order, making a close connection with the Railroad
at Franklin, Tenn.
Exprea Train leave th Depot at
Pulaski ana Elk tan,
Aad to all places throughout th Southern country .
We have splendid One running, connecting with th Rail
road at Franklin.
Pulakl and Elk ion.
Will leave Nashville on the 9 o'clock, P. M., Train, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Nashville daily at 9 o'clock, P. M, connecting at
Franklin with a Daily Four Hone Coach Line to Columbia.
For all information, throup h Tickela, Ao. apply at the Gen
eral Railroad, Stage and Omnibus U!lice, No. 24 Cedar nrwet
opportte the Post Office.
N. B. Omnibuses will call for passengers tn any part of
the city. marl tf
FROM NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS
TlIKOtf.II is FOUt DAYS.
VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Montgome
ry by Railroad. Ticket to this point lo b had at th
General Stage Office, opposite the Post Office, and at the De
pot. Price $1 60.
From Montgomery to MoMle by a double daily line (morn
ing and evening) of stages and steamboats, connecting the
steamers from thence to New Orleans.
H. I. ANDERSOX.
marl If General Sno't N. A C Railroad.
S0TJTHEO E0Ut '
RATES RE DICED.
FROM the 13th Instant, to tht 1st of Juse the rates ef
Freight from Charleston and Savannah to Naahvill will
be as follow: '
Book and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Hat. Bottled Li
quor and Oils.
Camphine and spirits Turpentine, in casks and barraiv
China, Glass and Glass Ware, Cigar In case. Clocks.
Confectionery, cutlery in boxes and eases. Dry Goods in
boxes and bales.
Drugs, Fruit Trees snd Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seed.
Looking Glasses and Looking Glaa Plate, "at owner'a
oysters in cans and Jars. Saddlery. Tin Ware. Teas as.1
Spice, f) 100 ts. $1 mi
Hardware, "except Cutlery. Heavy Castinn and Ma.
Foreign Honors In barrels or nines. Cordaee. Tnhaifo l
boxes. Carriage Sprinn and Axles, Leather in rolls and box
es. Oils In barrels or casks. Crockery and Queensware, in
crates and casks. Rice. Zinc. Whiting. Plaster of Pari. Ae.
V 100 lb. ay jj
Boxes, Furniture. Piano Forte. Carriasv. "boxed an
other light articles, not rnnmerated. Also, Carboy of Acids
win be taken at actual weight, but charged double, 1st eiaaa
rate f) li0 lbs. a t j go
Ail article not enumerated, to be charred at rataa r
From 1st June to 1st of Doceaber, they wm be changed
1st C'as a above, per 100 lbs...
J, I M M M M
Special rate " "
.... 1 00
.. . a 40
Merchant shipping from the Eastern cltie
ill And thi
tneclirarst, a wellaa themnsl expeditious rout. Freights
irumiew I or x and Philadelphia to Charleston and 8avan
m.h; ranges from 6 to 11 cents per cubic foot, according to
elass and character of vessels.
As the Railroad Companies at Charleston and Savannah
have dismntinued th Keceivina and Forwardin of Mar.
ehandiae.it will be necessary to consign to Cosamisaioa Uer
I chant at those point.
Phipper may rely upon a strict adhereac to th above
stes. u. L ANDERSON. SuD't
jaull tf N. A C. K. R.
No shipments entitled to the above ralrs nnles each and
every pack aire has the nam of the Depot of delivery, and
th initials N . A C. R. K. plainly marked noon it.
H. L A.
I FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON ANO
ON and after this date, the Articles as enumerated below,
will be eni throoKh to Charleston and savannah at the
pi Ires affiled lo each arti.-le:
Totiacco, hhls., aj iihi e.,
Pork in bbl., ilKilts
N. A C. Railroad.
Battiring and Rope, i lull lb. . .
CAHTER'S M'A.-MISH .MIXTI HE.
Tha Great Purifier of tha Blood!
ROT A FARTICLI OF MERCURY IX IT.
Let Vie AJf.wUd nd and Ponder.
An Infallible Remedy lor fcrofula, Kins;'a Evil, Rheuraat sa
utwtinaia uutaneoos Eruptions, Pimple or Postals oa
th Face, Blotches, Boils, Akm and Fever, Caronie Bora
Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, fcal.l Head, Enlargement and
Paia of th Bones and Juinta, t tub born I'lcera, 8yphiliua
disorders, Lambairo, Ppinal Camplaints, and all t'nr sssa
arising from an lnjadicinna I of Mercury, Imprndeac
In Life, or Impurity of the Blood.
THIS great alterative medicine and Purifier of th Blood
ia now used by thousands of rralefui patient from all
parts of th United 8ta;e, who testify daily lo th remark
able cure performed by the rreatest f all nedictnea, "CA R
TKR'S SPANISH MIXTLKE." Neuralria, Rheamatism,
Scrofula, Eruption on the tik in. Liver Disease, Fever. Li
ars, Old Sore, Affection of th Kidney, Disease of the
Throat, Female Complaints, Pain and Aching of th Bones
and Joint, are all speedily put to flight by oslng this great
and inestimable remedy.
For all disease of th Blood, nothing has yet been found
to compare with it. It cleanse the system of all Imparities,
acts gently and efficiently on th Liver and - Kidney,
strengthens th Digeation, give tun to tb Stomach, makes
the akin clear and healthy, and restores th Constitution,
tofcebled by disease or broken down by the excesses of
youth, to it pristine vigor and strength.
For th Ladies, it is inaomparahly better than all the eos
stetirscver osed. A few dose of Caavaa's Prunse Mirrsaa
will remove ai. sallcwnea of complexion, bring th rosea
mantling to th cheek, give elasticity to th avp, and im
prove the general health in a remarkable degree, beyond all
the medicines ever heard of.
Th Largs number of certificate which w have recerved
Irom person from all parta of th United State, Is the best
evidence that there is no Humbug about it. Tb pre, hotel
keeper, magistrates, physkiana, and pablie mra, wU known
to th community, all add their tetitnnrv to th wonderful
oWtsof tnistiKEAT BLOOD PLKIFIKR.
Call ea th A easy and get a Circular and Alatanao, and
ad th wonderful care tha truly graatest of all Bwdidn
None genuine anleas signed BENNETT A BEERS, Proprie
tor, No. Pearl street, Uit-hmond, Ta.; ta whom all orders
for uppli and agencir must b addressed.
And for sal by W. F. GRAT and K. W. DANDRIDGI
Naahvill, and by Dealer in Median generally,
soar 10 dlriwaaly
ONI HCNDRED Thousand If. Bacon:
too bbis. Lard, for which 1 will pay th highest
market prV in ca--.li or groceriea. Also, Feather, Wool,
beeswax. Tallow, Olnesng, and kUga, Ac, In exchange for
oerie. J41 rHUKCH ANIiaRMlN. a
wa. saaDLST. mar. a 'cos six. oaaa. C bhbblst.
Excelsior Wharf Doat.
SMEBLEY, P.VCOiSNELL & CO.,
C0XXLSSI0N AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
WE would respectfully Inform Merchants or Fhlpper
that w ar now Receiving and Forwarding Gad
ftwa en of th larg.at and Seal Wharf Boat en the Wes
tern waters, being entirely new. )c0 dly
ItlCI'LTI'RAL llPLi:.'rlET! Cora
Shelters, Straw Colter., CVW Mills, Grain Milla, Chars
Fanning Mill, Grindstone Rollers, Urain M eaaare, Mur
Power, Plowi.Pvmp. Meat Cutler and Urinders, StoaS
Wan, aceahand aad for sal by
D. D. DICKET.
anS CeTteg street, Wahvflle.
VEW mil r IS r aril ESI wanted bv
111 D. D. DICKIT,
Wa. S Cnllrw etraeit. MMtHnlle
0 Tueeday .wring, at Odd FaOowV Hal to Raahnlle.
daring th exhibition ef th M4taairal Fair, a aaali
dark reekH Hues, w'tS tr da-p. was atelea frees mf
Dorset. It eueuuned I ii In Bank Xolea, sum. reeeipS. aad
three or four biauk bills of Eachang, signed by myself asA
eadoraed by Dr. J ba Water, iu, uweeer foar Man
Jrnmiav.ry notes, signed by mvself and eodorasd by Dr.
oh a Water. Thee RBJi-t bom ar prinled fonas, wHA
daWa, aatoaoai. A., biaoa ; tt -y are tne eery bill er Beta
i-nt by myself sad aoorasJ by aim, which, are la exie
The bev rewaH wtl be paid for th retara af the Bilki
and Wts, er such later e!Ha as wiB lead k thetr iwem
ment preportiooal reeare tor th r.lara of any ef tasai.
All eerH ar aot ned to trade er aegotUt bfart
Oilw ar Soke, a taey wtU aot be f4.
ocU W1LLO. WILLI A A
GRirWOLD'S COTTON CLNS.
I rpH E saaerribef betng agent for lb aaieef the abev gtos,
! 1 wiaaepeuFViyaBad.nirBiaa Flaater al abort
Three gias aav the eberarter ef aaaiag gne4 Hal, gia
alnr nwter, raanicg ughtee, ciraaiag U. seed ur, taaiag
Mi lw( moat, aa Uaa, aad having buses store darabia
tad war againat Are, Utaa aay ether gi aa now la aea, aad
areesared om Were mere adv aaugeoee W tee peraka.ir.
The saeet sauataclery refereaea ea a givea ta eeteiia
aa rvpwLelwa, wktea Ihey are lie aaaaaarsasa mainiaia
B inai. if aaed aseertUag to the dmcUue with earn.
MlT-aj " I. TXATMA.
AND LANDSCAFS (LARXZNZSJ,
Tar. asAeas the erty, aa ta HI as) we Taraaaxa,
OHAT. a aaia Fra Tre. Orare Tloes, tre
. rree ei4 Oraaawtai Ttoae, Anruba, Kwees,f !
TraauAaaet faaala, Uaaje Oranges SJ kedgea, -i
(MMtaae eud et er r
Be! k erdee