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MISCELLANEOOS JK. H. BROCK WAY WHOLESALE SEALER AND HANUFAC ITJBEE 0? Gentlemen's Clothing, No. 71, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. MT Stock of Gentlemen's Ready-Made Cloth ing, fur the Spring and Sutniner Ttade.is now com plete embracing over 30,000 Garment in th various de partments of 'jentlemen's Wear, of every variety of style and fabric (o be found in the Eastern Markets. Our prices, its usual, are extremely low; and we feel as sured that we ai e better "prepared to giro satisfaction to purchasers of Heady-Hade Clothing than any other house in the city our stock being exclusively Clothing, and par ticularly adapted to the demands ol the eountrv trade. mch9-f R. H. BEOCKWAY. SUNDRIES IN STORE AND FOR SALE BV WesscI & Thompson, irviov SVKUKT. f)T EBLS Cranberries; 10 bags an Aimonua; SO cases Sardines halves and quarters ; 100 dozen London Porter pints and quarts ; tO dozen Scotch Ale ; HJ 25 hl-bbU do; 25 qr-bbls do ; 0 boxes Raisins ; SO hf-bx.i do; 9S nhhl4 Am 4 casej Prunes in glass ars; 100 M do do in ooxesj do Assorted ricrles. jaaxt JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER TWEED O HALF PIPES OLD OTARD BRANDY; Q miirter casks SuDerior Madeira: do do OL ' U J uu Sherry; do do ron; SO baskets Bollinger Champagne. For sale by (jan24) WESSEL A THOMPSON. T ONUON PORTER. i00 dozen Loudon Forterof i j extra quality, received this day, and for sale by jan!!4 ni wlvcl-i M. rri n 1 1 1 1 1 i WESSEL A THOMPSON'. OCOTCII ALE. SO dozen Tennant'i Ale, received this day and fur sale by WESSEL A THOMPSON. a"E AS. A few chests of Fine Black and Green Teas, . of delicious flavor, received this day, and for tale by jan24 WESSEL A THOMPSON. rpiIU FINEST YET. 39,000 Regalia Uigurs, of JL extra quality and well assorted, received this dav by jan21 b o WESSEL A THOMPSON. f RANGES. -50 boxes Oranges in good condition re- ceived this day by feb21 "WESSEL A THOMPSON. 1 RACKS ELL, BISCUIT 100 boxes rrcsu Crude 1 J nell Biscuit Keceivod bv mh22 WhSSELL A THOMPSON. O WHET OB ANGES 10 bbl Havana Oranges, and O 25 boxes Sicily. Received this day by WESSELL A THOMPSON. tnb22 COCOA NUTS 1000 fresh Cocoa Nut. Received this day by rah22 WESSELL k THOMPSON. TiAISINS JLV quarters. mh.22 -ISO packages Raisins in boxes, halves end Received by WESSELL A THOMPSON "VT UTS -30 bbls A uts aswrled Received bv JN mb22 WESSELL & THOMPSON. T7XTICA PRINCIPE CIGAltS 15,000 of the Hbove received by Expre' th s day bv feb9 if WESSEL THOMPSON. CHEESE 2d boxes extra Nutmeg Cheese, received this day and for eale by apl5 WESSEL A THOMPSON. SMOKED IIEEF 1 cask Smoked Beef an excel lent article received by a315 VE;SEL THOMPSON. TTAMS 1 caskextra augar-cured Hams, for ssle by JDL ap!5 WEaSEL A THOMPSON. RESII I'ltUITS A supply of Strawberries and Raspberries received this day bv a?15 WESSE.. A THOMPSON. "TvUTCIl HEKRING 25 kegs Dutch Herring re- JL ceived and tor sale by upl5 WESSEL A THOMPSON. "BRACKNELL. BISCUIT loO boxes received di J rect from Reading, England, by ap!5 WESSEL A THOMPSON. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ES TABLISHMENT, No. II Ccdur Street, Five doors frcm Public Square. Nashville. T HERE may be found a choice and well select-. ed stock ot Cloths, Cassiincrex, and Ycstings, of the latest and most beautiful patterns, all of which will bo made up to order in the most fashionable style, and at as short notice is can be done ill any city in the Union, and at prices to suit the limes. I am now receiving mr htock of Spring and Rummer Goods ; and, being satisfied that they are bv far the band tuimest Goods ever brought to this market, an examination is requested before purchasing elsewhere Ready-Mude Clothing. Coats, Pants and Vestt of all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing Goods, Bilks and Menno Undershirts, Shirts, Stocks. Gloves, Sur. panders. Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Silk and Linen Shirt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac. v5T" Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call andexamine. T. J. HOUGH, mch7-tf Aeent. WE ARE NOW RECEI VING our stock of WINTER CLOTHING for Men and Bovs. A -omprising all the newest styles rants, of dif- ith a large as- is PjutsimerHS ' rfl'ftJ Vesting, which we will ffHIIyi makeup to order, in the most Alfo, a large asAirtment ol Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods and Under Clothing of the test quality. Silk and Gingham Uin, breilas in Mack and fancy colors CLIFTON A ABBOTT. OetoberS, 1S54. THURSTON .V RERNARD, No. 9 Union street, ARE now receiving their stock of Fall and Win ter Dress Hoods, consisting of Silks, Cah meres, French and English Merinos, all Wool De- lanes, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, and a general assortment of SUple Goods. The above goods were all purchased in the Eastern cities by one of the firm since the decline in prices of Foreign Merchandise, and will be freely otlered to the pnblic at prices that niust insure a ready nale. We respectfully invite nl I to give our stock ax examination. octstf M' Deautiful assortment of iluntillai. Crane Shawls and Embroideries, which we are offering vrv cheap for cash. aprSH THURSTON' A BERNARD DRESS GOODS. No . 9 Union Street. WE tro novr offering a new and beautiful assortment of Dress Goods, unsurpassed in the market, consist ing of Plain, Black, Plaid, Striped and Brocade Silks, Chal leys in plain colors, Plaid and Printed Berrages, Printed Jaconet Maslinand Lawns together with a general assort ment of Staple Goods, Hosiery. Pars-ols, Twisted Silk Mitts. Ac ap2ti THURSTON A BERNARD. CIOAIIS! ClfiARS!! C)f SUPERIOR Havana Cigars, just re- ZiJ ) J vyvyceivid and for sale, consisting partly of the following Brands: Jupiter's La Favoitas, La Ila benera; I-a Pearo Currillo, Napoleon, Pcisidosa. With various other brands of cbo.ee Tobacco. Little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar streets. dfcS-tf J. MOORE. JUST RECEIVED: 7 ONUON PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE. For sale, JLj Wholesale and Retail, at the Sign of the " Little In dian," corner of Cherry and Cedar btieets. jan!6 J. MOORE. SMOKING FOE THE HILLI0N. JUST received, 200 dozen Hoggs' superior SMOKING TOBACCO; 100 dozen Boggs" Fine Cut Chewing. Also, a lot ol ihe Inlian Quftn Trafoil Chewing; supe rior to any other brand For rale, wholesale and retail, by mhl5 J. MOORE, Corner Cedar and Cherry sts. THOSE REAL jfEETjSCUAUJtt PIPES. I HA K tust received something rich, rare and chaste in .ho Pipe Lice. Call and see iht richest and largest assortment of Pis ever brought to tUs State. They are now open and resdy for inspection am for sale, whole sale or retail, at the sign of the Little Indian, corner ol Cedar and Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn, dec22 ti J.MOORE. JUST R EC EI VED 200 I bs Moocaboy SnutT-a su perior article. For sale by mhl5 X MOORE. TJAIjTIJIORE COFFEE. 200 bags just received JL Irom Baltimore uuestever received in Aasuville, ielfilf TbAwI LANIER A PHILLIPS. TJ A VAN A CIGARS. The undersigned has just 1 i received a large lot oi genuine Imported Havana Li gars, which cannot be excelled, if equaled, by any in this laarket. tor sale, wholesale and retail, oy AARON STRETCH, Ih-uggitt, mclio Corner College and Uuion sts, NOTICE. Q H. LOOMIS A CO., my role agents for Nashville, v win tumifJi the people oiTennessoe witn all tne dit ferent kinds of Wine made br me. at tnv Cinciunati whole- ale prices. Also the Catawaba Oraps Cuttings for plant- r,- vn ana see ttjeni. i,u.uvuitill. inarJStf Cincinnati Ohio n '.iuub '''LOItS AND WINES. Ill , ,M "J"1' Coguac Rmndics, best brands: Jo do do do; 10 do do Bordeaux do do: 2 pipes Uoll'ind tim; 2 puncheons purr Jamaica Rum ; 2 do nn old Malt Irish Whi-key : 6 quarter casts choice old Madeira Wine- i vrr d Kherry do;' fu , 'irerent grades fort do 50 boxes Claret Winp; ' 60 baskets and boxes Champague; 10 boxel assorted Cordials. Received and for sale by febS E. S CHEATHAM & CO. CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER LOUISVILLE. YOU will plense take nutice your freighti per steamer LOUISVILLE, have been -tored at tddvville, Ky , with Jlessrs. Cobb, Wood i Co. on the 2d June last, cgroeable to contract for storing. Consignees can Docute their freight by sending orders as above and psving freight to that point. jt2H H H. HARRISON, Agent. RECEIVED PER EXPRESS. A FINE lot ot Panio!s, Sunshsdes, Fans, Muslin Man--fx Hes, White Ribbons, Ac Ac. juneia R. C. McNAIRT A CO. EANS I Another lot ol D. Landreth's Hunch and B 11 Field B cans willbe , 8 is a few days. Enouch to Davido oanty. B. S. WELLES. mm 111 (HIOCKUIES. BUOU H CUBA l'-" McCREA & TERR ASS. Whotcsalo t5rcccr.s, Commission lUercliHUWi 1X0 ocsLsss IS Liquor, Iron, Castiags, IfaHsoncur ond Salt, Ko. 35 L'road St,, XathviUe, Tain. SUNDRIES. 1 00 hhds. Drime N. O. Sugar, ) bags spice. 130 bbls.MUjiiea, 80 " ginger, 1 bbls. putty, 5 " .aliim, ' 6 ' brimstone, 40 casks soda, 150 tegs white lead, 800 boxes pint and qnart iktks, 100,000 Havana fegars, 50,000 melee and Cuba eii segars, 100 grcrts matches, 125 boxes and boxes star candles, 175 boxe tallow candles, 75 " bar soap, 100 cases gunpowder and imperial tea, 6 bbls. Epsom palls, 75 boxes S oy 10, 10 by 12, and 12 by IS glass. 100 boxes and 4 bxs raisins, 80 " letndns, 2 cases indigo, 1 en&k madder, 200 H " do-. 25 kegs golden syrup, 50 bags Baltimore Cofiee. 75 " Uavanna do-, 127 " Laguyra do., . 60 pockets old Jar - . 150 bbls. loaf ana powdered Sugar, 0 tierces Rice. 60 boxes Laughorn A Arm tlead's Tobacco, 100 boxes other brands, 10,000 lbs. bar lead, 400 bags shot, assorted, 800,000 G. D. per'sioa caps, S00 kegs powder, SO boxes starch, 300 demijohns, 800 bags line salt, 1000 bbls. Kan. do., 800 boxes W. R. cheese, ' 150 " E.D. do 75 doz. plough lines and bed cords, 25 bags pepper, 150 buckets. The above will be sold yery low at 5 Broad et. by - McCREA A TERRASS. To Railroad and Turnpike Contractors. TH.. nir'itB 12 dozen shovels, O 10" mattocks, 10 " spades, 5 " sledge hammers, tn store and for sale low by 40 drills, 75 steel pointed crow bars, 60 crow bars, unfinished; McCREA & TERRASS. LIQUORS. ft PIPES fine brandies, 200 bbls. Pike's magnolia O 1 " Holland gin, 1 nuneheon Irish whisky, 800 whisky. Tenn. ree'd do., Bowers' do., 40 bbls. port wine, some very 75 nne, 60 magnolia rye do, 25 " old Bourbon do., 40 " American braudy, 55 " N. E. rum, 60 " copper I), whisky, 25 " New York gin, i4 pipes cherry brandy; 5 bbls. sherry wine, 5 " Madeira do. 40 " sweet Malaga, 15 boxes Muscat wine, 25 " claret do., 20 " brandy cherries. 40 baskets champaign wine, ine aoove win oe soiu vcrj in liberal time, at 35 Broad bU. bv McCREA A TERRASS. Southern Forwarding House 7. H. GORDON & CO , Acents in Nnshville for YOUNO. WYATT A CO , I WYATT & CO., Savannah, OaM Charleston, South Carolina, FORWARDING AGENT3 & GENERAL COKinSSIOU MERCHANTS. VTTE would respecttullyannounce to the Merchants of VV Jioshville ana ncinitj; ttiat we nave securfU me services ol Ihe well known house of Messrs. W. U. GOR DON A CO.. whose pleasure it will be to present our lor- warding bills for collection at ihe counters of our patrons in Nashville, our Dins oeing made payame in ixaMi-iiia, will effectually do away with all the annoyance and incon venience heretofore arising from having to purchase drafts, make remittances. leave deposits. Ac Ac Goods consigned to our care are inrurially forwarded the same day of arrival, unless discharged from vessel af ter the railroad depot is closed for the night; when this occurs, the goods are stowed in our tirc-proot ware-nouses, and covtredlivimvTaiue.nl noaJJUUtial cot toour patron; We would again retu rn our gratelul thanks to merchants generally in Tenntssee for the patronage heretofore so lib erally bestowed upon us, and at the came time respectfully .i i .. i . .I.- i: j . ,n ,i.u;H SOIlCli lueir uuaiuu o pu ii'; liicji uuu a. tu uicit iui est to patronize our bvuses. v YOUNG, WYATT A CO.. Savannah, Ga, WYATT A CO., mavllfj Charleston, S. O. AGRICUIiTURAL IJIPL-EMEiVl-S. 3EN. S. WELLES TTAS in store BrinVley's Ky. Premium one and two-horse XX. Steel Plougbs, Subsoil flougDs,,-,iiiivators,uarrows, Corn Shellers, Corn and Cob CrusV-, Corn Drills and Planters, and almost all articles clas,a Agricultural Ini DleintnU. Anv article which he "-iv not have on hand. will be ordered, and cost of transportation and exchange onlv added to the manufacturer's price. He expects by the" first of May a superior HAY RAKE, which he wishes lO SUDlUli tU lUUre 1U1 CAtllHUI.UUlJ. Threshers and Rentiers. I have also just received a new supply of the New York Reaper. Mower and Threshers. Those "in want of Thresh- srscan always be supplied in eight or ten days, if ir he is out of them, either the endless Chain or fuur horse Pennsylvania pow er. Landreth's Seeds. Just arrived, an additional supply of Cornfield and Bunch Beans, Parsnips, a largequantity of the finest Onion bets, tad a variety ot nil other uaraen seeds. Flower Seeds. A variety of rare Flower Seeds on hand, and will be in receipt ot more in a tew oavs. Irish Potatoes. A superior lot of Galrna and luwa Potatoes at $1 80c per bustiel uy tne uarrei. Field Seed. He aUo has all kinds ot Field Seeds, such as Clover, Timothy, Orchard, Herds and Bine Grass, and in a few days will be in receipt of Barley, Buckwheat, Hemp and Cummin Seea. ilos also a nne lot ot Uats. BEN. S, WELLER Is thankful to his many friends for the patron-J age hitherto bestowed on him in his ' U tn.-n Tin Dmc, - .. A Pnvmti Vannf.fnn- md trusts that he wili receive the additional larors of ; ny friends in supporting his effort to establish an Agricul- i. i 7 i ' .j.' 1 .1.: : i . umiaiai jujpicuieu. uuu occj oluio in iiicir iuiu?i. fS He is general agent for some of the beat Nurseries in the Union, and tho-e in want of the best Fruit Trees, can be supplied tnrouga turn at lea cost loan lny can or der, muw A CARD. TMIE recent destruction of the Bnildmcr. Mnchinerv i Furniture and Material of the Soulh Nashville Furni. tura Manufacturing Company, nukes it necesmry to close up the busiuess ol slid Company. It is therefore earnestly desired and r quested install persons muebtcd to tbesaid Companr will come lorward and settle tne eame. and all persons having claims against ba:d Company will please present tnem lor tettlement. It H. GR00ME3, Pres't. June 22. 1355 -lm. WM. L. NANCE. Sec'y. XZi We have some FURNITURE on hand, which we will sell at our usual price, and wish to do so as soon as practicable e--im DAGUERREOTYPES! DAGUERREOTYPES!! "CHARLES O. OIKKS would respectfully lolorra his Vj cus'omers, and the ladies particularly, thit he has re moved from Ctdar street to the corner of Deaderick and and Collegu streets, over Browne's, where he will be glad tu see all who are in want of fine and life like picture. He has gone to great expense in tittinc up powerful tide and gky lights, and bis rooais are Sited up in elegant style. He has engaged the services of experienced and polite op era ors, and is determined to make his the Model Estab lishment of the South West, and feels assured that he will be able to eive satisuctisn. He invitos the public to call and examine his specimens as &Msouie tineuil faintings, iy tne old masters, just re ceived troin t-urope, wliicli ue oilers lor sale very low. Call at the corner of Deaderick street and the Square. I. B. An experienced operator always ready lor any out-doorwork, kuch as taking buildings, deceased persons, SC. J Hlllt' tl. J. MOORE. TOBACCONIST, "WHOLESALE A RETAIL, Uoracr oi unerry ana teaar streets, NASHVILLE, TENN. I WOULD announce to my friends and the publiic gen. erally.that I am prepared to furnish tkesi with the fol lowing articles ten tier cent less tuaj any oilier bouse the city, tor cash. 1 purchase for caeb, to that I save from len w iwemy-uve percent, on uieioiifiwing ariicies: Meerschaum Pijies, warranted tJENUINE ; Dutch Pipes largest stock in the city ; Snutf Boxes, large var.ety ; Snuffs Rappee, ilaccoboy, Scotch, Garrett's, Room's, ac. Smoking Tobacco of all kinds : Chewing do Lorghorne A Armislead's, Diadem Twint, Fig Leaf, Bill's, Ac Ac. Also, just received, a superior article of Ale, for sale by ue oarrei. I have on hand a lot of superior Havana Cigars, whole sale and tetail. Country dealers will do well to call, as I can mrnisu tnem witn every tning in tne business, ianll tf NEW ARRIVALS. C. W. ROBERTSON At CO. No. 14 College Street, between Spring and Union Sts., ai uie aioro ignuuriy occupieu oy iVJ SH VI L L E, TKAXESSEE, rrl HAVE this day received a large stuck ofar''? r Wl 4 Gentlemen's superior French Calf Stitched BaLud Pump Sole Botta; and those who want' VS&L a good tit will do well to call and 'ry us on, as they have been selected expressly for the Retail trade, and are of the latest styles. u. v . uuii.Ki &u s u)., mv!2 1 i College street. SEMI-WEEELY NASHVILLE, 8MITELAND AND PA DUCAH PACKET. THE neat light draught pixket ALID.V, W. J. Hakmox, Master, will herealter run as a rrctilar Scmi-vceklv Packet be-. tween the above ports : ltariog Nashville even MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock. A. M , and Ptducah on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 2 o'clock, P. II., stoppmgat all the intermediate landings. For Ireight or passage, having good accommodations, Bp- ply on board, or to mhSO A. HAMILTON. JgenL NEW CARRIAGE ?1 A !S UFACTOR Y. J. . PAKR, A. 55 College street, corner Broad WHERE all kinds ol light and Heavy Uar ri.ige repairing will be promptly attend ed to, and as for price I will endeavor to satisfy all who try me. I have also some Buggies of my own manufacture, that 1 warrant as good as any in tne market. 1 will sell on reasonable terms call and see me. july3 6m ryiNC PAINT IN OIL.-A fresh lot of Zin c'amt SJ in Oil ; also, China and Snow White in Vatmsh. Just received and for s-ile by A STRETCH. O ALT U'OJ bbls Kanawha Salt in store tud for sale bv MORRIS A STKATTON. 'T'OHACCO 880 bxs Virginia and h entucky Tobacco, . ... iwjic aau lor sale low, to close consignment. b U.S. K12M;H t SON. Awii1'be:la'ii50'ty0 lb" WM1' ,orhithtLo titvl tf EYMORE. FANNING A CO. VV'lW'ibl-300 bbls Wtuskc it in store and for sale bv vuricus brands, jaoeSS II S FRENCH A SON. IlUt-K-7s colls Hale Hon.. n,.r from steamer Madonna, and for sal br 6 jone28 H. S. FRENCH A SON MISCELLANEOUS. HUGHES BROTHERS. DAGUERF.EAN ARTISTS AND DAGTJEREjjrYPE STOCK DEALERS. C C. HUGHES, Uuion sliest, over Stretch A Orr"s. P. N. HUGHES, S College street, late Dobyns A Co. tijn first class Pictures, us weuso the bnciS Material and largest and most epproved Aprs rut us. Rooms aie neatly fittvd up, with Powerful Side and Sky Lights, the only ones in the city, which is acceded by all Artists and Connoisenres to be the best for taking' large FAMILY GROUPS so as to dispense , with thoso dark shadows so gnerolly seen and objected to. We have a beautiful PIANO for the use of the LADIES. As we attend personally to our Sitters our patrons may rely cn polite, attention, and" Pictures secon d to none. JSJ" Citizens and Strangers are politely invited to visit our Rooms, whether they need Pictures or not- ' novl tf 80DA WATEE. WE would respectfully invite tha attention of the com munity to our SODA FOUNT, which, from its pecu liar construction, enables us to furnish a draught rrore highly impregnated with gas than can be bad from any fount in the West. The apparatus being entirely new, and so furnished that no deletrricus properties can bs taken from the fount or pipe3, we can safely recommend it as a pleasant and innocent drink. This, together with the su perior quality and flivor of oar Syrups, will, we are sure, induce any penon to repeat the dose who will give us a call. maylS DEMOVILLK A BELL, 2G Cherry st "MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invaluable Book for Ho cents. "Every Ihmilj should have a Copy." TWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less I than 5 months. A new edition, revised ind improved, just issued. Dr. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an outlineof tie origin, progress, treatment and cureof every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self abuse or by sexual excess, with advice lor their prevention, .written in a familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and everything that.wonld offend the ear of decency, from the result cl some twenty jears success ful practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis eases, and a, treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. TrsruoxT or rns Phot, or Ossrrnucs ne Pnw . Col lige, PniLADiiToiA. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN. UAL. Tho author of this wrk unlike the majority of those works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, is a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United States. It affords me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful and experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity they may place the greatest confidence. JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D. Fkoh A. WconwxEP, M. D or Pens. Usuveesitt, Phil. aniLFHlA. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the Professional abilitv of the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Numerous cases of Diseases of the Genital Onrans. some of them of long standing, have coaa? under my no tice, in which his skill has been manifest in restoring to per fect health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functions,produced by self abuse or excess of venery, 1 do not know his supe rior in the profession. I have been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice to him, as vrcll as a kindness to the unfortunate victim ot early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, in whose pro fessional skill and integrity, they may safely confide them, selves. ALF. WOODWARD, M. D- This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and intelligible work published on the class of diseases which it treats. Avoiding all technical terms, it addresses itself to the reason of its readers. Itis free from all objectiona ble matter( and no parent, however fastidious, e to placing it in the hands of his sons. The author has de voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints treated of, and 'with too little breath to puff.' and 'too lit tle presumption to impose,' be has offered to the' world at tne merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some twenty years most successful practice" Herald. "No teacherorparentshould be without the knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of. pain, mortification aud sorrow to the youth under their charge." PeopU'i AdcocaU. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun el's Medical Manual, says: "Thousands upon thousands ofouryonth, by evil example and influence of the passions, have been led into the habit of self-pollution without realiz ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves and posteritr. The constitutions of thousands who are raising families have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the csuse or the cure. Anything that can be done so to enlighten and influence the public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide-spread source of human wretchedness, would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generations. Intemperance (or the ufe of intoxi cating drinks,) though it has slain thousands upon thous ands, is net a greater scourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-worker in the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (securely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free ol postage, to any part of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 copies for tl. Address (post paid,) COSDENACO, Publishers, Box 196, Philad. Booksellers. Canvassers and Book Agents supplied on he moit liberal terms. To the Citizens ol' the Southern and Western Country. Learning from my agents and ccrrespondonte in various parts of the country, that iny Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is extensively counterfeited, especially In the Southern and Western States, and finding that the pirates daringly advertise their pernicious deceptions under tho name which belongs to my article, I think it necessary to cau tion the community against these venders of poison in disguise. lintrodueed the Schiedam Aromatic Fchnapps for the purpose of supplying the medical faculty and the whole community with a pure medicinal spirit, which might be prescribed with confidence in all cases where stimulants were required, without pioducing the fcarfal consequences which invariably result from using adulterated liquor. In order torendsr essurance doubldsure, I had ths article analyzed by chemists of woild-wide celebrity, and sub mitted it for experiment test to thousands of distinguished medical practitioners. The responses from these sources were of the most unequivocal and satisfactory character. 11 is now before the public, surrounded with these guaran tees, and bearing these unimpeachable endorsements, and I call upon the communiy to protect themselves and me their own health and my reputation by frowning down and repudiating ihe piratical speculators who are peddliDg their foul commodities undercoverof my trade mark. No article bud ever been imported from Holland into this mar ket, under the name of Schnapps, previous to tho ap pearance of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic fchnapps, in this city. The 'first inportation being made into this city in the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, which can be seen by the Custom House books, I deposited my label as a trade mark in the U. S. District Court of the Southern District of New York, in the year eighteen hundred aud bfly-one, and have the certificate in my possession of that dale. The great demand which has thus been created for the genuine article, has set the whole hive ol counterfeiters in motion, and the dutvl owe to my customers and friends, and the pnblic, compel me from time to time to pot them on their guard againt imposition. I have established a depot at 25 South Front street, Philadelphia where the Western merchants can draw their supplv at New York prices. UDOLPHE WOLFE, 22 Beavur street. New York. Messrs. SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO, Wholesale Agents. Nashville. Tenn. je27 lm Premium Boot and Shoe Manufactory JAUE3 W. HAMILTON. EBrM 7CLLSI IIAJllLTON .V. FULLER, TENNESSEE BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY, Corner Knrket and Spring Streets, NashviUe, Tonn IT7E would inform our friends and the public that we V T are still at our old stand on Jl arret street, where we have on hand, and art manufacturing, a much better assortment of work than we have ever before ofRred to the public, consisting in part of the following kinds: wen s superbne rrencn Call Boots end (Jailers : Men and Boys' tine Call Shoes, Oxford and Monroe Ties; Men's, Boys' aud Youths' Calf and Kip Boots, water proof; Men's, and Boys' Kip and Thick Boots, double and sin. gie soles; Men's, Boys' and Youths' Kip Shoes, doable and sin gle soles ; Double Sole Negro Brogans; House Servants Shoes, heavy and light: Youths' and Children's coarseand fine Shoes ; ALSO Ladies' and Misses' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; Kid " " " ' " " " French Mo. " " ' " Tampico " " u " " French Morocce Boots, sewed and peeeed. We are makinc our own work from select stock, and in Cstyles, and warrant every part ot tbe workmanship. s Jua, and tint form. ZS Work made to order. Also, repairing promptly and neatlt done. Cosh paid for Hides or taken in exchange, janll ly HAMILTON A FULLER. LAND WARRANTS. We are buvirg and paving tho very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Ver sons at a distance paving warrants to sen by sending to us by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at which theyaresellingatthetimein Noshvilie, and 'be cash remitted or paid to order. iniT'21 I11WI I'lVAKIiil M TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. ALL persons knowing themselves in arrears previous to tirs: January, are earnestly requested to make irarae diaie payment, and those indebted to R. C. McNairy previous to January, 1854. had belter como up at oiice, or they will have to settle with an ofUcer. jan28 U. i- Jicnsmi ft t;n. ELECTRIC miA,. Portablo Plantation, Ccm, Feed & Flouring Mills, Mann- fAStared rom tne best quality or i ienrn iJurr. sizes, on band and made to order. Smut Mills, Mill Irons, Mill Gearing, Belting, Hoisting and Regulating Screws, Screen Wire. Damsel Irons, Plaster of Pans, Dutch Anker llrnnd Boltius Cloths, of all num bers. All articles sold by me warrant cd to be of the best quality, or tbe moner retunoed. Millers. Millwriehts. Fanners, and others, are respect fully invited to examine my stock before purchasing else where. All orders and communications promptly attended U. JOHN W. BRADFORD, mchT-eotwAwly Cor. Broad and High stg.NashviIlf. ICE CREAM MELON; a lew muie CBiueso lloo. sintr: Walker's Improved Long grained Cucumber; also, Fire Foot Cucumbers, fine for pickling; While Vege table Erg Plant. A few or Scott's Refrigerators- a supe rior article from the house t f E McDonald, Lmiisville. Just received by maylT U. S. WbLLfcK. rtOFFEE 500 bugs prune Rio Coffee in store and lor sale br MORRIS A STRATTON. MOLASSES 200 bbls ReboUid Molasses; 100 hall bbls ds ; in (tore and for sale by MjBB CHAin PIZE. STAIltljia-JiW 1843 ! Permanently Located tit No. 21 Public Square. J E cm fdmyr to our customers this season one of the V baidsn'nest and ret-tssrted stoels rf AJ'.V.Ya AXI) tUMUBJi GOODS ever hr. tizht iu thw market. Having mm wi-.i of our fipe goods in st re, we would be happy to seo our customers and the public generally being dctei mined to sell them at prices to suit the times. - Bereges und Tissues. We call particular attention to our stock of light fabrics for Summer Dresses. Rich Berege Robes flounced ; new article; do Crape d Paris do do; do Mbrie Antique Bereges; Figured aud Plain Bereges in great variety. SPRING SLLKS. .The Ladies, upon examination, will find that our Spring Silks far.surpass any that we have hid heretofore. Rich Clienie Siiks new article ; do Plaid Poult de Loie; do do Brocade. . We have, also, a Tery handsome line of Silk at ona dol lar per yard. Printed Muslins. A creat variety of Printed Muslim. Also, Rich Organdies ; do Muslin Robes. Lace Goods. In this department are better supplied than ever having a better and larger assortment than usually brought to this market. Rich Vail Lace Collintte and Sleeves; do' Maltese do do; do Point da do; do Honitcn do do; do Val Lace Collars and Sleeves; Rich Piatt Lice Collars; do Uoniton do; Real Point Lace Capes ; Rich Honiton do, some Tery fine; do Lace Handkerchiefs of all kinds; Vol Lace in great variety; Also,PIittdo do; Engliih Thread in grest variety. Embroideries. Rich Embroidered Muslin Collars and Sleeves ; do Venice Point do ; do Embroidered Collars, Jaconet and Swiss ; Very handsome Emb'd Muslin Dresses; do do Matinel Jaconaa with Basque 'do do Bridal KetiringRobe; do do Infant Dresses; do do Skirts; do do Handkerchief; jaconet Edging and Insertions ; Swiss do do; Jaco let Flouncing in great variety; Swiss do do; Fine Linen Cambric Insertion ; do do Edging; Emb'd Swiss Mnslin for Dresses. Spring .Unntles. In cur Mantle department will be found all the latest styles out. Fine Embroidered White Silk Mantles; do Colored do; Applique Mantles all kinds ; Silk Crimped do; A large lot of Ficbroidered Mnslin Mantles ; do do Basque CapeJ ; do Jaconet do ; do Muslin Scarfs ; Lace, Scarfs, Points, Mantles and Shawls. Irish Linens. We have a large lot of Irish Linen on hand, which we propose selling at greatly reduced prices. Also, Table Damask, White and Brown; do Cloths, very fine; Linen Sheeting; Pillow Linen. Ribbons. Handsome assortment of Strip. Ribbons ; do Ombre Shades do ; do Plain do do; Trimming Ribbon in great variety. Carpets. We expect, on tbe 23th of this month, to open a hand come lot of Carpets of all kinds and grades. Being bought under very favorable circumstances, we will be able to ell them at reduced prices. Also, Satin de Laine for Curtains ; Worsted Damask do; Lace and Muslin Curtains all kinds and qualities. Staple Goods. Our stock of Staples consiatB, in part, of Cottonades, Linen Drill, Plain Linenf, Bleached and Brown Domestic, Hosiery in great variety, Black and Colored Drap de Et, mh24 No. 21 Public Square. NEW SPRING GOODS FOR 1855. A. J. DUNCAN & CO.. No. 70, Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee, KAtt now in smre a large proportion oi tneir exten sive stock of Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fan cy liry uooas. Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Irish and French Linens, Silks, Hosiery, Trimmings, Ac.: Which tbey offer on tbe most favorable terms. The trade and dealers ore reques ed to favor them with an early call. They will also be receiving throughout the season regular snipmenis oi every noveuy in Liress uooas, unoroiaenes, AC. sc. JL 3. DUNCAN A CO., rio. 70 fablic Square. N B. 800 bales Brown Sheetings and Drillings of Southern ilauuuctDre, tor which we aie agents. feb21 A J. D. A CO. O PARTNERSHIP. I HAVE THIS DAY associated with me in ttiA Wholesale Grocerr. Com- mission. Receiving and rorwarding uusinecs, Jlr. vilj LIAM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and style ot LAMl.lt & t'illlJjW' -nort L. H. LANIER. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 hare thbday sold out my entire interest tn the linn of H. S. FRENCH A SONS to U.S. A J. C. FRENCH, who become responsible (or all tbe liabilitief ot tbe arm ot 11 S. frencu bons, ana who are alone authorized to receive dues or settle the bu siness of ihe firm. seP2554 L. H. FRENCH. L. H. FRENCH having withdrawn as above from the firm of H. S. FRENCH & SON'S, the business will be con ducted bv the undersigned, under the firm and style of H. c- rurv'nti . n c EDI.'VrtI ept25 J.C.FRENCH. R. F. BELL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Opposite Sewanee House, College Street, No. 23, NASHVILLE, TENN., Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquors Floor. Bacon, Xiara, cioyer aeea, juuiei seea, xiina. row der, Cigars, Tobacco, Ac, Ac- LIQIIORS.-25 bbls New York Branny; 10 bbls New York Gin; 75 " D D Tenn(see Whiskey; 10 " Port Wine; 6 half pipes Cognise Brandy best brands; 1 p-pe Holland Gin double swam ; 12 quaiter casks old Madeira Wine fine; 2D baskets Champagne do ; 95 boxes assorted Cordials. 8d3 B, F. BELL. CIGARS AND TOBACCO J 2i 25 M Cobden Cigars very superior article ; 25 " Km Hondo do; 20 " Lopiza do; 10 M.Washington do; 10 " Rodeces Pressed Cigars; 10 ' El Alamo do; 10 " Ia Palmareal do; 10 " Jenny Lind do; 10 "EI Divan do; 10 " Ariana do: 25 boxes Barrv James Virginia Tobacco; 25 " Blair'A Ravsdill's do; 5 " La National do; 10 " SL Nicholas do: CO " Mussulman's best brands do: 50 "' Langhorne A Armistead's do very supe'r. The above are ottered lor verv low prices lor casn. or qp.3 R. F. BELL. O UNDRIES. 20 bbls crushed and powdered Sugars; O 10 bbls Clover Seed ; 25 bags Early Irish Potatoes for planting ; 20 dozen boxes fresh Kentucky Mustard ; 20 " Brooms ALSO Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Spices, Indigo, Madder, &ua many omer articles iu iuy iiue. In store and for sale low by R F. BELL. tp3 No. 23 College St, opposite Sewanea House. Fall & Cunningham. WHOLESALE DEALERS ANT) IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE. CUUiEKY AND GUNS. A'o. 4T, Forth Ai- Public Square, A'atbtilte, Tenntstee. HAVE now in store a full and complete assortment of Jfardtcare ia its varieties, together with an unu. tuauylirgt stock of Uutlergaaa burn, to allof which they invite the attention of Dealers visiting this market; their siock nas ueen made up uy uireci purcbases Iiora iha Aianujaclurers botn in America and burope, andj they feel confident that those who may give them a call will find it advantageous to deal witn tnem. Gith and prompt time bayert will find the prices of their guous suueu iu iutf uiucs. J3JFe.thers received at the hightcst market pjice. Nashville, March 8. 18.i5. twiw DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. We are now ofiering for sale that valuable property owned by J. IL Petway, containing arout 50 acres, situa ted on tne ieoanon lurnpiice, paruy in tne city ot Nash ville. A portion of this property fronts on Cumberland River, and affords nn excellent location for landings, coal yards, wood and lumber yard. Ac The property will be uiviaea to suit purcnasers. ror terms, ac, can on my20 LINDSIJ2Y A CROCKETT, 38 College st. WANTED. 50,000 BUSHELS Wheat, lor which the highes price in casn win oepaia SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO., Corner Church and Market Street riOIIGIIS AND OOLUS Use Brian's Pulmonic J Wafers, for sale by H. G.SCOVEL. NOTICE. r?t the FIRST THURSDAY OF AUGUST NEXT. I will ODen and hold kn Election at the usual places of voting in tbe county ot uavioson, lor iuejiurje 01 elect ing u uovcrnor, Slember at uongress, a oeuaiur, ana iwo Renresentutivp fnr Davidson countv. and also a Floater for the counties of Davidson, Robertson and Montgomery. i u nmi.rr ui,..;- july6 of Davidson county. I IB ERA L ADVANCES MADE IN CASH onuhmmpn'a tn New York. Baltmore, Charleston. S. Savannah. Ga., Augusta, do., Macon, do., Columbus, 00., Atlanta, do , and Montgomery, Aia. jnlyl-tf SEYMOItE, FANNING ACQ. PIANO FOR SAi E A BARGAIN. A supe rior, powerful and brilliant tone 7 Octave Rosewood Piano Forte, scarcely used, and made to 01 der by one of tbe best makers. Price J525; will be sold for $410 theowner seating; .aauTiiie. i l iuj ire - sic Siorg, Union Etreet. ap tf LUBIN'S EXTRACTS. Jnst received, a larg3 lot of Lubin's Extracts. For sale by mh81 DEMOVILLE A BELL. O UGAR 120 hhds Pnmr fcug-. tor sale by LJ jane23 a B. FRENCH A SON. HARDWARE, - W Sir 55 ' 03 S Ph h- 1 EH o tf .52 si n Is at tn- HO g.s J1 2 T3 ? ujzfmn ...3 a 02 M KrS-Z-rSS,- 4? B -H a 3 H - 'W O, , : O' - . - -O ' 44 GROCERIES, 4 c FRESH ARRIVALS. -if)( HHDS NO prime and choice Sugar; ',. 1UU 100 bbURB Molasses; . 50 i do do; ." ' , 800 sacks Rio Ccffee prime; ' 0 bbls and bores Loaf Sugar; . , 10 do crushed do; . 10 do powdered do; 1 . 10 tierces rARice; , ,. 20 bags Black Pepper; . . 10 da Alspice; J -,; a.- t .5 do R Ginger; - . 20 casks London Porter; 10 barrels Texas Pecans; vl ' 10 do SS Almonds;. ' 5 do. Cream Nuts j t 5 do Filberts; , 50 boxes Raisins ;, 800 barrels Rectified Whiskey ; - ! uu wiu reserve ao ; ts. 00 do itobertson County D Distilled Whiskey old and tuperwr; 1 ' 50 do bist American Brandy; ', ' 20 do do Gin ; tyli ' . 10 do N E Rum; 80 do SMWine; 50 do Cider Vinegar;. 100 do Summer Ale; - 100 boxes Tobacco good common.medium and Jin; . 20 do cut Chewing Tobacco a fiae article; 50,000 imported Havana Cigar tit brands; 100 boxes Melee do; 200 do, H and , Star Candles; - - 0 do Summer Tallow do: 100 dozen Painted Buckets; ' ' 30 boxes Pearl Starch ; " . 50 do Soap; 80 dozen Corn Brojms ; 10 bundles Mason's Blacking; 60 boxes Writing Ink ; 200 kegs Wheeling Nails best brands. With Powder, Shot, Lead, .Percussion Caps, and nxuntr- 1 1 1 . f . 1 H . a . , 9W oiucr aiuciua iu urucery line, r or rale low or mayl6 B E. S. CHEATHAM A C'O, Fare Reduced 1 1 CABIN PASSAGE FROM CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK, TWENTY DOJL 1, AltS. United States Ufail lAne NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM PA CKETS, SEMI- WEEKL Y. Nashville, 1500 tons, M. Berry Commander. Marion, 1,200 tons, J. Foster, Commander. Jas. Adger, 1,500 tons; S. C.Turner, Commander. Southerner. 1.000 tons. Thos. Ewan. Commander. LEAVES Adger'a Wharves, every Wcdnes S?tf3?8I day and Saturday afU- ho arrival of the cars Irom tne Soutn and VY st- These Steamships were all built for the Line and for oalnty, comtort and speed are unrivalled on toe Coast. Tables supplied with everr luxury. Attentive and' cour teous Commanders, will insure Travellers of this Line every possible comfort and aesommodation. Cabin passage, 1 20. Steerage passage, (3. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Ac cemmodations, apply to HENRY M1SSROOM, Charleston, S. C. mayS ly HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. HELM HOLD'S HIGLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND FLUID EXTEACT BUCHU. For diseases of the Bladder and Ki-Jneyi1, Secret Diseases, Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases of the Sexual Organs, whether in Maler.r Female, from whatever cause th-!j may h.ve originated, sd co matter of how long standing. IF yon have contracted the terrible disease which, when once seated in the systeu, will surely go down from one generation to another, undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of life, do not trust your self in the hands of Q.tacks, who start up every day in a cty like thi, and fill the papers with glaring filstKoods, too well calculated to deceive the young, and those not ac- Suainted with their tricks. You cannot be too careful in le selection of a remedy in these cas;s. The Fluid Extract Buchu has beoa pronounced by emi nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and vert innocent in its action, aud yet so thorough that it annihilates every particle of tbe rank and poisooeus virus of this dreadful disease; and, unlike other remedies, dees not dry up tbe disease in tbe blood. Constitutional Debility, brought on by self abuse, a mo.t terrible disease, which has brcnght thousands ot the hu man racj to untimely graves, thus blasting tbe brilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in the bud the glorious a-nbition- of many a noble youth, can be cured by this Infallible Remedy. And as a medicine which must bene fit everybody, frcm the simply delicate to the confined and despairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting both as a Cure and preventive. nELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SAESAPABILLA. For Punfjing the Blood, removing all diseases arising Irom excess ol ilrrcury, exposure and imprudence in lite, chronic constitutional disease, arising from an im pure state of the Blood, and the only reliable and effec tual known remedy fortbe cure of Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Scald bead. Ulcerations of the Throat and Lrg. Pains and Swellings of tbe Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Face, and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skins. THIS article is now proscribed hy some of the most d:stioruihed phys cians in the country, and has S roved more efficient in practice than any preparation of arsaparil a yet offered to the public. Several cases of secondary Syphilis, Mercurial and Scrofulous di eases bare entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our Pub lic Institutions which had for many yeare resisted every mode of treatment that could be devised. These cases furnish striking examples of the salutary effects of this medicine in arresting some ol the moft inveterate diseases. after the elands were destroyed, and tha bones already affected. Notice. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro fessors of seven.1 Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from patients will be found accompanying both Prepara tion. Paicxs, Fluid Extract of Buchu, $1 per bottle or 6 do for $5 " " " or tsarsanam a. " " " - equal inrirenzth to one eailon of Syrup of SananariL. frepared and cold by .u T.-tttuuuLiU, unemist. 2G3 Chestnat street, near tbe Uirard House, rmladelpbia. lo be Had ot and o uruggists and Dealers everywhere. au letters directed to tne rropnetor er Agtnt receives immediite attention. junel ly T. WELL", Agpnt. Market St.. Nashville! Snuff and Tobacco. PETER LORILLARD, MANUFACTURER, TTn 42. Chatham Street. New-Yori- QUCCESSOR to PsTaa and Oioeos Loejllaed, offers O for sale all kin is of SnuJTand Tobacco in general use. r or particulars, a X rice vurrent can ue nuwiueu or au 1 - 1 -1.:, v.i:t -i .-. r.u. 1,1 est of tne kind in the United States. urensinir a-auuTe. litis uL.uii9uuicuk i. uu. u wo wm Feb 14 ly. FLOUR.- THREE HUNDRED bbls S. F. Flour, rnasn. Jnst re ceived and for sale by ianlS B t.. ti. Ulit.A'lllAil A CU. CLOVER SEED 60 bbls frrth Clover Seed in store and for sale by JIORRIS A STRATTON. ST. LOUIS FLOUR 100 bbls St. .Louis Flour in store andforsale by MORRIS A STRATTON. VTA1LS 500 kegs Belmont Nails in store and for sale XI low by JIUKH13 J: STKATTON. liquors; CfiA BBLS Ohio Whisky; 50 bbls American Brandy; OUU 100 bbls Pike's Mug. 0 do do Gin; nolia Whisky; 0 do Mong.Rye Whisky; 50 bbls Smith's Old Reserve 25 do Old Peach Brandy; Whiskvi 10 dfl JntnuiM Unm . 50 bbls Old Bourbon Whisky; in store and for sale low by mh2i'55 JIORRIS & SfRATTON. SUNDRIES. BAGS Pepper; 500 dozen Baking Powder; JW 25 do Spice ; 200 boxes Eagle Sosp; 25 kegs Shit, all sizes ; 200 boxes Star Candles; 100 4 do do do; 10 X do do do; IOO boxes Tallow do; 50 do Imperial Tea ; 50 bags Ginger: 200 pounds Jiutmeg; 800 do Cloves; 5 ceroons Indigo; 2 casks Madder: 85 bbls Copperas: 100 dozen Buckets; 00 doz;n uremics ; 200 3 to 5 gal. Demijohns ; 100 do Sardines ; Crt V . I IT ' ' , 1. 1 uuaw unra xiernog; casxssoaa, unc. io oots rio. 3 Mackerel; 10 Cises Matches: 250 boxes Starch : 100 bxs and bf-bxs Railing ; 100,000 Cigars, various brds ; 100 boxes Tobacco do; 25 bbls Walker's Ate; 10O bags Cotton Yarns, every size; 250 dozen ted Cords and Plow Lines. 1000 reans Wrap. Paper; ,cKokiiguia uaiuea Syrup: 10 tierces fresh Rice: 25 bbls St. Louis Uuttcr Crackers; 50 hf bbls do do do; In store and for sale by mh2t'55 MORRIS A STRATTON. COFFEE 150 bags prime K10 Coneemsto.e and lor sile by je27 H. 3. FRENCH A t-OX. CANOLES 150 boxes Tal)ow Candies; 20 do Star t do- In store andforsale by li. a FRENCH A SON. JUST RECEIVED-500 -sacks Jlisoun Date in Gnnnies. For sale by U. a. FRENCH" A SON. " K O - q - - gs g S u o 2 J5 S S 5 mt-M m , : JR AILRQ AD S, &0. SOUTHSH20T HOUTE. RATES REDUCED I "fjiROM the lth inst. to tho .st or Jnne, the Rates JP Freight from Charleston and Savannah to Nashville will be as follows: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery, Beots, Shots and Hats, Bottled Liquors and OUs. t'ampbine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels, Carpeting. Chica, Glass and Glass Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and coses, Dry Goods, in boxes and bales. Drugs, Frnit'Trees and Shrubbery, Fsrs, Garden Seeds. Looking Glasses and Looking Glass 1'IateJ, "at owners' risk." Oysters, in cans and jars.Saddlerr, Tin Ware, Teas and 8pices,perl001bs. $105 SECOND CLASS. Hardware, "except Cutlery," Heavy Castings and Ma chinery. Foreign Liquors, in barrels or pipes. Cordage, Tobacco in botes. Carriage Springs and Axles, Leather, in rolls and boxes, Oils, in barrels or casks. Crockery and Qneens ware, in crates and casks, Rice, Zinc, Whiting, Plaster of Paris, Ac per 100 Bs. o 85 SPECIAL RATES. Boxes, Furniture. Piano Fortes, Carriages, "boxed," and other light articles, not enumerated. Also. Carbovs of Acids, will be tken at actual weight, but charged double, 1st class rates per 100 His. 2 20 All articles not enumerated, to be charged at rates of analogous articles. From the 1st of Jane to the 1st of December, they will be charged as follows: 1st class, as above, per 100 lbs $ 1 20 .2d do do do do 1 00 "Special rates, da do 2 40 Merchants shipping from the Eastern cities will find this the cheapest, as well as the most expeditious route. Freights from New York and Philadelphia to Charleston and Savannah, ranges from C to 12 cents per cubic foot, according to class and character of vessels. As the Railroad Companies at Charleston and Savan nah have discontinued the Receiving and Forwarding of Merchandise, it will be necessary to consign to Commission Merchants at these points. Shippers may relv npon a strict adherens to the abore rates. U. i. ANDERSON. Sap't. N. A. C. P.. R. SPECIAL NOTICE. No shipments entitled to the above rates unless each and every package has the namo of the Depot ofdelivery, and the initials N. A C. li- R. plainly marked upon it. Nashville, Jan. 11 tf II. I. A. RAILROAD NOTICE. COTTON destined for Charleston will, on and after this dale, be chrrgol $4 25 per balo of SOOJbs. or leis, and 85 cents per 100 lb .. for excesi of over 500 1 bs. septlS U. I. ANDhRSON, Sup'L N. A.C R.R. ' PENNSYLVANIA ItAlLHOAD. THE Great Central Route, counecting the Atlimle cities with Western, Northwestern, an Southwestern States, by a continuous Railway direct. This read also connects at Pittsburg with oaily ine of Steamers to all ports on the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with Steamers to all ports on the North wosicrn Lakes ; making 'the most direct, clipest and rtliabtt rota by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Great Witt Rates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg-: FIRSTO LASS. B )ot3.Shoes, Dry lioods I ,. (in boxes.) Fcrs, Feathers. &c. ( '"e fer 100Ji SECOND CLASS. ilooks and Stationery, j Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea- GCc per lOOlh ther, Ac ) THIRD CLASS.-Anvils, Bagging, Bacon, I and Pork (in bu'k,), Hemp, Ac f e 100E' FOURTd CLASS Coffee, Fish, Bacon, I ,n.w and Pork (packed.) Lard and Lard Oil, f 40e fr 100E' K?T In dipping Gcods from any point East of Phila delphia, be particular to mark package " til I'liuuylcaniii Jlmlroad." AH Goods consigned to the Agents of this Roid at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will Le forwarded with out detention. Fscxqut Agents. Moles Potter, Boston; J. L. Elliott, N.York; E.J. Sneeder, Philadelphia; Mgraw & Koon?, Baltimore; George C. Francieeus, Pittsburg; Sprigman A Brown. Citcinnati. OhiorJ. S. Moorbcul. Louisville. Ky.; R.C.AIeldrum..Madison, lnd.; RstclUT A Co., St. Louis, Mix; J. S. Mitchell A Son, Evansville, led. H. II. HOUSTON, (f'KeralFre AmiU, TiilaJa. H. J. LOMBAERT. Sup't.Jttoom, Pa. janl ly PENNSYLVANIA RAlLUU.l D. THREE Daily Through Train, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7k'. A. M., and Pitto- bunr for Philadelphia at , A. M. tUE FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. 31., and Pittsburg for Philadelphia ct 1, P.M. THk NIGHT EXPRESS TK Al.t leaves I'miidelphia lor iMtiburg at 11, r. 31., and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, P. M. The above lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads to and from St. I.ocs, J!o ; Alton. Galena and Chicago, HI.; trankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra Haute, Madison, Lafaiette nd Indianapolis. Ind. : Cincin nati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefbntaine, Sandusky. Toledo, Cleveland, Olnmbus, Z inesville, Massillon, and'Wooster. Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from, and to New Orleans St. Louis. LonisviIIe and Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had to or from either of the above places. For limber particulars, see Handbills at the different starting points. Passengers from tbe West will find tin's tbe shortest and most cxpedious route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New 1 ork or Boston. TU03. 3100RE, ARicvr, Pivewer Line. Phi'aJj. J. MESKIMEN, Aatxrt.Paei'ger Ltuu, PdUlatij. Philadelphia. 1S,"5 j.nl ly HA RN DEN'S .ry.. IIS Northern and southern Ki press ! FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, &c., Via Savannah. HAVING been appointed A cent for the above Company ct Nashville, I respectfully inform the citizens of Mid dle Tennesse that this Company Exprwweafictn New York and Philadelphia by the Regular L ue of Mail steamers to Savannah, and have coucluded their arrangements with the Central RaiLoad, Macon A Western. Western A Atlantic, East Tennessee A Georgia, and Nashviile & Chattanooga Railroad, and are now running daily Messengers on all the above roads. This will enable the Company tu bring Goods through from New York to Naf hville in six days, and the charges will not exceed that of Expressing from New York to Louisville. The Company will also forward Specie, Bank Notes, Drafts, Bills for collection, Ac. Also, every description of Merchandise and Valuables to Northern cities and all inter mediate places on the above Roads. nov4-ly A HAMILTON. FROJt NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS. THROUGH IN FtUR DAYS. E53 521! l&eSS ti& sSSj? FARE, THIRTY DOLLARS. VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Mont gomery by Railroad. Tickets to be had at tbe De pot. Price Jl 6 50. From Montgomery to Mobile, by a double daily line, (morning and evening) ofStijesand Steamboat, connect ing with the steamers from thence to New Orleans. H. I. ANDERSON, Gen 1 Sup't N. A C.R.R. NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSNNGER TRAINS. Express hail Train leaves daily fur Chattanoori at II o'clock and 80 minutes P.M. Accommodation Trim leaves daily for Shelby vine at 3 o'clock. P. SI. Through Tickets to Savannah, Ga.. Jt5 5ft " " Montgomery, Ala. $16 50 " " " Wilmington. N. C. S2l 50 To be had at the Ticket Office, Passenger Depot r . n it t x-l'(.-i.v 1- . m J. 11. CliRJtEY, CABINET MAKER and undertakes BEGS LEAVE to inform bis triends and the . 1 public cenerallv. that be keeps constantly Sma on hand CoHms 06 every description, from the plainest servants to the tine MefcJic air-tignt and air-eihuusicd Cof fins, tbebest now in use for preserving the Corps; together with good liearjes and Horses, and everytmng necessary for burials. All ordersieftalmy ware-room, No.51 Cooper's Building. Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, bow day or nigbt. ratal u i. it. i;uiiii.i. UAIRS A large lot just rcceive-i nne and very J cluap. BLOCKS ly The best assortment in the city. -TTlNDOW SHADES VV Of the Iate3t styles. "Tl rATTRESSES A good assortment of Shnck-Cot JJJL ton und Shuck, Moss and Spricg Mattrasses,on hand end lor sale c neap. FURNITURE A large lot just received; I will ex change New Furniture for Old at fair rates. Furni ture made to order or repaired. All articles sold warrant ed equal to the recommend g"ven. "Several PIANOS for rent. febl6 I. li MOfiTON.4 Uninn Street REMOVAL. The SOUTH NASVTXLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY HAVETemovcd their leoe to ruiiUSi ."S - V UUILU 1NGS. No. 13 COLLEGE STREET. South of Spring. where ther will be pleased to attend to the calls ot their customers. They keep constantly on hand every varietyof V U li aV 1 T U li & 1 Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore receivoil, thev solicit a continuance tf the same, and hope lo give '..!-..: u .. iinnnniM general sansiuciiuu. v.v.i.-, W. L. Nixci.Sec'v. PresidenL Nashville. Jan. 18. 1355 tf Dissolution. rpHE partnership heretolor existing under the firm of 1 DWA!tl3 -x iiABRis is una uay UIMOlTeu VJ uiu.ua. consent. AH persons indebted to us are n quested to cal and pay; and those haviDg claims against us to present them. The busicess will be continued by Jot EnwAiuw. We solicit for him tbe patronage so liberally bestuwed on tto old firm. JO. EDWARDS, Nashville, June 1, 1 55.1 - T. U MAititia. 0 lOttiM 500 bags iu store and lor sale by McCREA A TERRASS. JUST ARRIVED. A SUPERIOR lot of one and two borse J.nn.ey s pre mium STEEL PLOUGHS, of Kentudy. Also, a lot of Cultivators. Western Corn Shellers. Wheat Fans. Corn Crushers, Thermometer Churns, l.V sicks Seed Corn, low for cah. u S.V.KLLER. Daily expected a snpply of New " ork Re-tpin M. chines, and Ketcbum's Mowing Machines and Threshers. B S. WELLE R. MISSOURI acd TENNESSEE OATS. A supplv for seed. ap26 K S. WEIJ.It. ARRY'S TRICOPJ1EROU.S. 1 gtuuuf ttus excellent Hair Tonic, in store and for sale bv mh3t AARON STRETCH. PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. .yTTE have associate I with us in bnstotsi-, .VJr. Walter v' B. Orubbs, of this city, fnr th" purpose of doing an exclusive Wholesale Variety Irade, in v.e'.v of which, we will dispose of our retail house famishing sloek at reduced prices. We bare a fine assortment of goods in that line, and an opportunity now offers for tiiotc in need of such ar ticles, to supply tbemselves at low prices, inlyl tt A MORRISON A CO. A' LIKELY HOUSE IV Oil AN I'Ult JURE. Apply at this office. . raaylD-lw DEUGS, &C, DISSOLUTION. THE copartnership heretofore existing nnder the firm and style of BROWN A OBUBBS, is this day dis solved by mutual consent. Jo. G. Bcow.i is alcne author ized t use the name of the first in liquidation, ic JOSIAH O.BROWN, Nashvaie, Jane 6, 1355. W. B. GRUBBd. JO. G. BROWN, HAVING purchased the enUre interest of Mr. W. it. Gbcbos. will eontinne the DRUG BUSLNE-S,as formerly, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to sea his friends. At. Ac. No. 48, College Streeet. My stock o( Fancy Goods, Perfumery; Aa, Is now very complete, having received fresh supplies, seUeted by one of the firm in person, vix : Lubin's. Baxin's, and Mitch' el a Extracts; American Tintt. and German Cologne Wa . sySraps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every stvle ; Dillne s and Lubin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrystals ; Chine, Metal and Ghua Puff Boxes, several new styles: Shell Combs, large stock. Also, have on band Iadigo, iladder, .. m .c muTOa mi. turpentine. Ac. ef, ta T7ISUING JI.? 'f ACKLE A Urge stock selected by sM ttefirnconsisang f Genuine Limerick JU onec Hooks, plain asd on Snoods; also, Aberdeen, liraveta Ieen, and Common Limerick Hooka ; a splendid assortment of Lines, Cable Laid Silk and Sea Grass, Span ana Plated Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Fbabi of every variety; Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings. Fly Hooks, Ac . Ac In shcrt, can snpply those who can appreciate fine Tackle with almost every thing they may need for the successful prosecution of this tuetal calling. je9 JO. O. BROWN. 48 Colleee at. COD-LIVER OIL. 5 Gra genuine Cod Liver VII, just received from Rush ton, Clark A Co't,by je9 JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st. LEECHES. 1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and fur sale by JO. G. BROWN, 43 College st. y URE MANONGAHELA WH1SKY.-5 bbld of the above just received, of prima quality; sold to ns for six years old. je'J JO. O. BROWN, 4$ College st. STONE WARE. 2 500 pieces Stone Ware, consist ing of Jars, Churns, Jags, Milk Puns, Butter Crocks Ac of every size, just received. jt9 JO. O. BROWN. 43 College st PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE. Constantly on hand. Barclar. Perkins A Coa celebrated London Porter and Mela's Scotch Ale. jei JO. G. BROWN, 43 College st PEARL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior article cf Starch, just received br j'" JO Q BROvYN. 43 College St. EDICINE CHESTS. Just opened, a fine lot of Mdicine Chests, suitable for Families or Plantations. Also, 2 doiea Physicians' Saddle Bags, assorted aryles. J" JO O. BROWN, 43 College st. OLIVE OIL 25 boxes Olive Oil, jnst arrived. Al so, 3 dozen of choice brand of Tuscany Oil. which is superior to the ordinary Olive Oil. sold for tab e use. Jit JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st FOR JELLIES. -100 lbs Isinglass. Sheet and Shred-. Also, 1 groas Sparkling Gelatine; Donor's Extract oS4 je9 JO. G BROWN. 43 College St. rl 01.0 OIL. Abbey A Son's Gold oil conatanUy VJT on hand. JO. G. BROWN. 43 College St. CONGRESS WATERCostantly receiving, di rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire. Water j9 JO. O. BROWN, 4i College st. SPERM AND WAXCANJLLES.-la bis SeTS and Wax Candle s.tfcis day receivtd by juneO 1S55. J O. G. BROWN. 48 CoEnra st FLAVORING Extract Lemon, EXTRACTS. Extract Nn:m"s. Rose. " Cinnamon. " Oranire, " Pine Apple, ' Vanilla, Peach. Received and for sale by A. STRETCU, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, corner College and Union sU. iajy IrINE TOILET WATERS. 1" ? Amber Lavender, Verbena Water, Lavender Water, Cologne do. Bay Rum. Milli2eur do, Florida Water. Rose do. Aromatic Vinegar, Orange Flower Water. Just received and for sale in assorted sized bottles at may20 STRETCH'S DRUG STORE. T7INE SOAPS. Ambrosial Shaving Cream, Nympb Soap, Indian Medicated Soap, Superior Honey do. Transparent Soap in bars and balls. nose do, Almond do. Mailer's Fine Toilet Soap, Old Brown Windsor do, White do do. Omnibus Soap, Barber's Block : tonther with the moat favorite ktndi Received and for sale low at may20 STRETCH'S DRUG STORE. BRUSHES. A large lovcice of Clothes, Uau-.Aati and Tocth Brushes, lor sale ehesp hy mhSl AARON STRETCH. it. w. smjLrrnit, niAiia ix Cabinet Fern i tore and all kinds of Undertaking. I AM now prepared to furnish on short notice asr ai 1 every kind of COFFINS, Irom the fines: to the pinkest wooden cofha I have a new and fine hearse, caref-1 dr. ver and gentle horses. Orders from the coontrv cr c. r left at my wareraom. No. S College Striet, near f hurch, day r night will receive immediate attention by D. W. Dorris, my agent, at a fair price only. P. S. lurmture repaired with neatness and dispatch. 31atra;ses cf all kinds, and made to order. R. W. SHAFFER, by jil5 SmdAtw D. W. Dorris Agent., 'Ncv? FurniturD STILL comitjg to R. W. SHAFFER'S, No. ft Cc:iirj Street, nho intends to keep constantly on band rrr'ry article in the Furniture lice to fnit all mankind; together with I Amps, Girondolss, and a good assortment cf Clocks, Matrasses constantly on hand and made to order I have on hand at present a good assortment ol th.rcn" Willow Carriages, all ceap for cash or good paper bv may29 2m D. W. LORRIS. After. TWO HOUSES FOR SALE, AND ONE FOR RENT. IOEFER for tale two new BRICK DWELLING H0C3 ES. on Knowles Street. West Nashville -six rsc s each, and two story porch citterns attached, good thy location, very comfortable and desirable, and ezzit nicnt to a fine sulphur welL A good bargain n'.'.l be gt ea cn accommodating tetms, or I will exchange for land cn the Mississippi river. One of tnem is for tent nntil tel.. juneI4 tt J. . ilASMSc. BUENA VISTA SPRINtJS. THE nndertigned has taken and will keep the abeve Sprinss for the present season, and as it cats a c;a siderable amount of money to have them well attended to. we cope to betuitained by a liberal public A family of any number will be waited on with water atthespringorgate st $5 for the season. Small families at 1 2 50 Single person pay what thev think ricbt jnnel3 1.0 THAR EIS'.N A CO. VERY PARTICULAR N OITC K. A LLpersons knowing themselves to be indebted to in r previous to the 1st of January last, had betier cor. e np before tne lstor July, or t ey will nave lo settle w.-.a an officer, as further indulgence cannot be allowed. A oint to the wise, Ac. 11. C Me 3 A Ull A w. junel2,lR55. PARTICULARLY" CHEAP. YTTE hire a few pawed style Berages, that we are se! junel2 R C. McNAIRT A CO. BELL AND BRASS FOl'NDERY', On Frout. near Broad St THE subscriber respectfully returns his thanks to the public for past favors, and so licits a continuance oi patronage n uie 'Above lice, also 4 COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING . Together with every description of Metal; Turnings, ile- iaiia i-arrircri. uaiDii neuu aaa luuuc Soda Founts, Generators, Ale I'unya, and rnmr4( every description manuiaciurca ui oruer, ur rejm.rpu mi snort notice. Cash will be paid at all times for old Copper and Rrai jan25-tf ii. iui.u BARNARD L. SIMPSON'S AROMATIC CCHLEDAM JUNIPER SCHNAPPS. A Superior Toaic, Anti-Dispcptic InTigotaU mii uuruiui. IT is a lamentable trum that, wnh few exceptions, ever? article f food we eat,every article of drink we isib.b. is more or less adulterated; and in nothing has ad :"ier- tion ben practised to snch an extent a in spnronus, v. . nous, and fermented l.qaors. So mncb so, in fact that t! is imprnsil.Ie to procure pure liquors ant! mnef, cr.is ; tained direct from a bena fid importer, of known rpuU' tiin, and well established foreign conr ectioes. It is owing to the corrosive, tDd.mmatory and poisoners properties ol tho liquors sold generally in this eountrv Hat disgraceful, bestial intoxirauon U so frequent, that tie t.l.tn... nf sKteral o the States have taken the mat ter in hand, and prohibited the sale of spirituous cr fer mented I:quors as cororaun .ii tmiini- sold pure and naadnlterated we!:s-j .2 need no Maine Law, and but few restrictions on ther a -. nmira noisons sold under that designation. SI31PSO.V3 A1.UU&UU nuiiibUAai ju.Ml'ti: SCHNAPPS. r. manufactured excluslvelv at Schiedam, in Holland cs.. . cordiog to the directions ol old-establisnee distilling cnu:;n in New York and New Orleans, expressly for n- ed z nit panoses, and are entitled to high consideration. No r.'.lrr medicinal bevarage. at present in use in the United Stra or in Europe, pos-esses such salutary and e3icacicasprc erties. In cases of Gont. Gravel. Obstructions of the K.Jsevs, Bladder, and Urinarr Ornns. as ell as in the t-.-r diseases incidental to females, their effect ig so proc-.t tzZ decided that they have excited the astoniabmmt (f c:.' -cal men. and elicited expressions of the most cebcua.-d gratitude from the patients to tie proprietor. Agents and private purchasers are cautioned to g-rd airainst the comnounds of nnscrnpulous imitators. 6.cr?- j son's Aromatic Juniper Schnapps will have the titJe cf tLa Jiedicinl cordial emoossea on e biuc vi ids ww i . ontains it, and tbe signature of th proprietor on the lah;" Tbe label on each bott.e. which has been duly er.'-reJ in tbe United States District Court, and consequenr.'y pro tected from imitation by the penalties of law r.f Ccrgrra-i. is in the three nrineinal living laneua2es Engl sh. Fre and German, and pamphlets in those languages, dew: tive of the merits ot ibiahealth invigorating beverage, ca I always be bad at the Agents. 151 Chartres stre. ?37-Asr.a-ties manufacturing a logtu articIeofSchnsrfi m.v nrt.nvnr tn nrujule the cublic that BfcRNAR-J L. IfPSlW tlinmnrietorof therenuineArorcaLc c- Jam Juniper Schnapps is not a lonaf.de, direct imporer, i - f. , i 1 ,k.h. mjvit n iir-f.-.! n.l- ble Drof.f ol the fictcan be furoiahed bj the xneenuacat nm wi.n4iL ii ne uuueiiiuuu. -uu . ui. mw.- , importiDir mercnaaia oi eFvnouw. tt Ttr tif enrpsn nTr JTa f 1 un.t Corner Cedar Street and the Square, Naahviile, Tt nn. june29 d5m o Ulotciieci LtC? pauaicu iiuiua, onuueu unu, &du mh iri.r ful disease dttirium trtvunt are produced not bj Lure r but bv tbe infatuated habit of indulging in tLe C.