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W2tOL3ALE DBAlES AND HAOTFACTOEEH 07 Gentlemen's Uoihing, J3o71, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN? TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. Y Stock of Gentlemen's Keady-Made Cloth ins, fur the Snnr z sod Summer Trade, is nor cnn. plete euwracing over 8",0'0 Garments in ths various de portments of tienliemen's Wear, of every variety of style and fabric to be found in the Eastern Markets. Our prices, as usual, are extremely low; and ire feel as sured that we arc Utter pre pared to give satisfaction to purchasers of Ready-Made Clothing than any other bouse ip the city cur stock being exclusively Clothing, and psr- uoaisry adapted to me demands of the country trace. mch3-tf ' R. H. BROCKWAY. ' FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ES TABLISHMENT, No. 1 1 Cedar Street, Five, doors frrr.n PnriHe Sasara. N&shvHlS, . -vvrnw c u- r i - w-h boTti- VV ed stock of Cloths, Cassimere", and Yestings, mi;rnt tistterna. all of which will k R made unto order in the most fashionable style, and at aa shortrioPceascan bedonemany cny in we union, and at prices to suit the times. . I am now receiving my stock of Spring and Summer ' Goods ; Cod, being- Sstisfied that they are by far the hand tomes; Goodscver brought to this market, an examination is requested before purchasing elsewhere. ' ' Ready-Made Clothing Coats, Pantaand Tests of all kin is. A foe assortment of Men's Furnishing Goods, Silt and Merino Undershirts, Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Sus- T-sna?rs,t;ravaw, rscsei uauu&ercuieis, awe sua Lanen Shirt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac. EST" Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine. T. J.nODGU, WE ARK ROW RECEI VISO our ftock of WINTER CLOTHING (or Men and Boys, niTirifuner Rllih nwtt ttt 7fi'lj3:ihJA erentqiialitien. rith lanrea?' lUftUr IIU in UlUCl, II iUQ UlUOl FASHION ABLE STYLE. Also, a large assortment ol Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods and Under Clothing of the best quality. Silk and Gingham Va. brellas in black and fancv colore CLIFTON A ABBOTT. October 8,1354. Til HUSTON' A B EENARD, No. 9 Union street. A EE now receiving their stock of Fall and Win. XV tr Ures Honda, consisting or bufcf. Cash meres, French and English Meiinos. all wool De "lanes. Hosiery, Gloves. Corsts. and a general assortment of Staple Goods. The above gocds wcro all purehajed in the Eastern cities V - r . t. . tx ..: ii i t- c i- : UTiniDui ii;cuiuijuiii.ii tuo uevuue 111 prices VI coreigE Merchandise, and will be freelv offered to the nublic at prices that mutt jus urea ready sail. We respectfully invite H TANTH.LAS A.VD EjWJIHOIIIKRIKS A "it i beautitul assortecnt cf Manti)ls, Crnjie Shawls and rjcorcideries, v.cicn we are unnz very encap tor cas. sprt THUIMTON A BERNARD oiitsis ;ot)Us. No. 9 Union Street. tntnoKcTeringanew and beautiful assortment Jaconet Muslin tnd La-vns tetber with si central assort ment of ataple thiol, Hosierj, Parasols, Twisted Sill in,.tc iapi! lrtuti.-siu HKHXARil. TIKAUJLC I'KOi'UHTY FOR SALE I JLx 2Vr .0'- m fco:e or pin. rav place in Ki'tfleld Bi'uiiiedon theGdlaiin piVe. For terrcn. apply Ui the sub- sen "cr. ori fie-'srs. i.iooi!ey & roctoit m5il5--tf 1IEKRY BLOOD, Medicinal lubstlatiosi. A IockI Auxiliary in the Treatment of Die- ciise of the iLiuai, Lungs, Heart, Liver, &c, Tno. HARDING GRJJENHOUGIf, 21. D (Lattof Lo;Cen and Paru reslUnt Plytleian of HAS arrirctf and -ocate umiself in Nashville dur ing the pirs-Dt euinuiHr. until he returns to Ne"V Orletni to resume ns re-a.ar winter prbstire tbere. Dr Greenhourh baviug been RSi-coiatei with the eelo brntttl Drs Peru-ia William, oi and liosoy if London, a well as being a pr-sent memtiEr ol Med'cal SvK:ict:e it Europe, is fully prepaied tn treat eli diseases of the respi ratorv and ci ci'tt-.-ry nysti-ma arcoring to the onncipfei of praotic-, now ;a ure at the liupitil is Losdco, Parin Ac. Female direase3. espeau'ly thca of an anemic or chronic character, implicating iho respuaury organs ma receive particular a'ientini. N. tt. Sicud Dr. Urrenhoujh ue abh to form a class of 100 metnboik at 3 eich he will deliver a reries o Lec tures to the cin-r a of Na?hilie, -at which all mecicat practi'j'-Du.-s BLti students will be ad'qittrd free,) on Ani ma! Cbemiitrv, tha l'hv-iolojy aid Pathology of the ner vous systems ana tne chenico-tbprap.-utic action of tnedi cinal agents, feimple utid o mputino, admiuistervd by Itf inhaling procw uiJ through too giumaca in all forms of pulmonary disea-e. Lad'es viaited at their own residences if required. Con sultation free Numerous it-slimoniih from Col. G. B. Locks f.cd other pruniiijcnt ciuzeos if Meaphis and other cuiri, can be sn at Dr. GriThougVa (Jflice, Verandah Hotel, Cedar street, opposite tbe Office. julylS UITTSB 3TATE3 COUET OF CLAIMS. WIZ.LIAJI IJ. WEI1B, Attorney and ConcBellor at Law, Washington City, D. C, off-rs his services as a practitioner before the atxve.nanted Court, and will attend to all business that miy be entrusted to him, with promptness and Sdtlity. Hefereuce may be had to WM. F. COOPER, Nashville. Tenn. t-Offi - ,No. 453 SixthStreet. mhlT-m tJ" Bmner, Memphis Appeal and Knoxville Whigwi. p!eae eopv COACH Ai;D CAEP.IAGE IIAKTJFACrOBY 8. K . C R O O K S II A N K S A. CO . AT Till OLD ST4KD Or VRVD. SLOAX, No. CO Lower .llnikr.t Street, NASUVILLE, TLNN. HAYING procured the best class of workmen, and a-idtd evry facil- iiy urcessary lor me auccebsiui pne- gggwg, cutitn of tteir bukirets invite the at tention o' the pubbc generally to their Establishment. Thev have on 'land a great variety of OARKIAGLS, BUGGJnS, Ac. cf the latest ty ks, which they believe are not infenor in fashion or finish to any in the country. All ordtreleft with u- will meet with prompt attention. Itep-iinng doue to order. Sew work warranted. july t7, 1855 tf READ THIS TESTIMONIAL. NAfnviLt.c, July 22d, 1855. Dr. Gedeon Sir: I have pleasure io informing yon that the twe pairs of Spectacle I purcheed iromyou in" Cincin nati, two years since, for self and lady, eive entire satis faction: in fcet our eyes are betternow than at the tij-e of p'ircbisiiig jour glasses, which we attribute entiicly to wearing them. Wifching ycu every success, I remain Ac, LLW1S LYONS. Home Testimonials. Jiaeuvillk, July 23, 1855. Dr. Gedeon Dear Sir: The Spectacles which I procured from jou anrwer my purple most admirably, and I cm certain I have not tried ay glaKebthat auit tue so well, 1 see w th them without any pain or wcur:i.esa to the rve. Yourr, Ac, A. G. GOODLET, M. D". I cheerfully add mv name to ihose recommending Dr. Gedeon'a glasses. " W. K. HUSTEIt, Collector. t3t Dr. Gedeou's Office is cn llaiket Sircet, No. 52, ov to Sam Hill. juhol diw A SURE CI KE FOR CANCERS. "VfY WlFtv having Wbured under one on her bteast fur JLVJL sf'met.me, and having tried diQVttiit treaioient, I conduced io undertake it mvsc.f, and in les-i than three mouths I ffpct4 a coiiplete cure; although she hnd been given up by her fHonds as being bevoi d the reach of any cure.sbehasfiirtliela iveir e-j'ied bctte. health lhan she liaii for manr trars prevu s.ann hai nincc given birth to a Cce child, wVch she nurses herfelf I have alo treated neeril ether caos, and hare wet with the same succe-'s. My troauoent is not the csmg of the Knite, or C-ustic, or Meicury, but it u yurily Wgetabla I also profess to cure ether dioeases, such as Female D scales and Dicers, Fcroffula, Piles, and all disease origine.t;Bt: in like man nsr. All I ask of re- ons afliicted with sny of the above named diseaeii is "! give roe n itia Where there is no cure tbere shall be oo charge Furtl.f information can b obtained bv calling on me,orbv letior at No 127 Sorta Market ttf,t JONATHAN THOMAS. juivS f.in v5 TWO HOUSES FOR SALE, ANU ONE FOR RLNT. IOEFEU ler rait t-one BltiCK DWELLING HOUS ES, on KcowItJi Stiret, West Nashville- fix rroms oaeh, and tw torv porch- citterns clinched, good heal thy location, ver. ci'tutnitable and dc-irsble, end conve nient to a ncoK'ilpiiur .veil. A C'd b&'gsin will be gi en on aoo-.n.a-.nda'ing erva or I 'Mil ex. hh.i(o for land on UicMih; .Micinver. tue o( iwtn istcnent r.r.tiltold. jcucU- tt J. W. F. MANNING. UIT.N.V Yli A FPR1NKS. THE uude.-tigrea I rj 'jtk-. trd will krep the above Spricps tor the piteo ee.son. ar.d it costs u cou eiderabl" aniour! of mi.r.ey to h1(. t!jcni well attended U, wo hope to be r-m .:re.l hy a l lieral public A tatnily of r.ny runiber will w.uledon with water at the spring or gate - m i. mr 'lu sjkou. :aMI fimiiies at 2 50 single person pay what the hinl riehL jure!8 I OTH K EN N A CO SOI1IE1 O TAX PAYLite. THEaftc-ment It ill tc.i tkeyeur ?bs, having bten com pleted, and re'nrned to inc. will remain or.en for tbe inspectioo et Tax Payer, at my tiflire .n Uie City Hill for t-a day only, during bich 'ime property blders may bare aa opportunity of correcting any errors that miy have oeen made in the ajte.-s-nent of trieir propnv in the Contnon. LGBKUT A. RAW OBTH. July 15.1S55 Reorder. JIOUN'I LIVET. "OERSO'B desirous of sulircnbing for stock is tbe l Mount Olivft Cemeteiy," can row bave an oppor tuuitTof doireo, by calhng upou Li.rSLrr ,t Ckcxmt, Dr. Jrnx S. YouNO.'or A Nbwox et City Rail, who can give any information desired. It is exported ibat thosa woo wish to subscribe will do so Immediate!', as only a lin-ft. nmnnnt rf utorV fs tn hft disIlAjd nT trS. dtl wsimm mwm WW Bra GROCERIES, avsB JI'CBIA ". FEED. TDtaiM McCREA & TF.RKASS. . i Wholesale Grocers, Comniissiou JUcrcnants ajCS US1MC2S ct Ilqnor, Iron, Casting, Nails, Fltrar and Salt, JTo. 35 Bnyii St, Naehville; Tenn. .SUNDRIES. 100hhd8.primeN.O.Sugar, , 5tt bags spice, 150 bbls. Molasses, 80 " ginger, 300 )4 " do., 25 tegs golden syrup, 350 bags Eiltimore Coffee, "5 " Davanna do., 127 " Loguyra do, SOpockeUoldJara do., 150 bbls. loaf and powdered 5 tierces Rice. 60 boxes Langhorn A Arm stead's Tobacco, 100 bores other brands, 10,000 lbs. bar lead, 100 bags shot, assorted, S00.00O G. D. per'sion caps, S00 kegs powder, 50 boxes starch, JQ0 demijohns, 300 bags fine salt, 1000 bbls. Kan. do,, S00 boxes W. K. cheaw, 150 " E.D. do 75 dot plough linos and bed cords, bbls. putty, ,6 alum, 5 brimstone, 40 casks sods, 150 kVgswbife lead, . 800 boxes pint and quart flasks, 100,000 Havana segaray 50,000 melee and Cuba six segars, 100 gross matches, 125 boxed and X boxes stai caadles, 175 boxes tallow candles, -75 " bar-soap, 100 cases gunpowder and imperial tea, 6 bbls. Epsom salts, 16 boxes 8 oy 10, 10 by 12, ' and 12 by 18 glass, 100 boxes and & bxs raisins, 80 " " lemons, 2 cases indigo, 1 cask madder. 25 bags pepper, 150 bucsets, Ths above will be sold Tery low at 85 Broad St., by jncuisr. a. ititriAao. To Railroad and Turnpike Contractors; 12 dozen shovels, 10" mattocks, 10 " spades, 5 " sledge hammers, (n store and for sale low by 40 drill, 75 steel pointed erow bars, 60 crow bars, unfinished; McCREA A TERRASS. LIQUORS. J PIPES fine brandies, 200 bbls. Pike's magnolia 0 1 " Holland gin, whisky, 1 nuncheoa Irish whiskr. 800 " Tenn. ree'd do.. 40 bbls. port wine, some very 74 Bowers' do; Cne, 50 'magnolia rye do, old Bourbon do, American brandy, N. E. rum, copper D. whisky. New York -gin. 5 bbls. sherry wine, 5 " Madeira do. it " street Malaga, 15 boxes Unseat wine, 25 " claret do., SO " brandy cherries, 10 baiketa cbamnaia-n wine, 25 40 E5 50 25 pipes cherry brandy; The above will be sold very WW ana on uoerai ume, ai oo oruaa sk, ur McCREA A TERRASS. ,!l f I.Y. i f 1, 1 1 FINE LIQUORS AND WINES. jA ) PIPES Jine Cognac Brandies, best brands; 10 H do do Bordeaux do do; 2 pipes Holland Gin; 2 puncheons pur Jamaica Rum ; 2 do jine old Malt Irish Whiskey; fi qnarter casks choice old Madeira Wine; 5 do do Sherry do;' 20 do different grades Port do; 0 boxes Claret Wine; s 50 baskets and boxes Champague ; 10 boxes assorted Cordials. Received and for sale by febS E. S- CHEATHAM A CO. SUNDRIES IN STORE AND FOR SALE BY W esse! & Thompson, UNION STREET. 25 T UBLS Cranberries; 10 bags S S Almonds; 6 hf-bbls do; 20 cases Sardines halves 25 qrbbls do; and quartern ; 100 dozen London Pcrtcr pints and quarts; .-.0 boxes lUisins; JO hf-bxs do; 5 ar-bxs do: 50 dozen Scotch Ale; 1 4 c4sesPruncsing)a8sars;100 2 do do in boxss; do Assorted Picklon. fjan't JUST RECEIVER PFR STEAMER TWEED k) HALF PIPES OLD OTAltD BRAhDY; Jit 2 quarter casks Superior Madeira; 1 do do do Sherry; 1 do do do Port;' 20 baskets Bollinger Chanipacne. Forsaleby (jiu24) WES3EL A THOMPSON. LONDON PORTER. !0-i dozeu London Porter of extra quality, received this day, and lor sals by jtcil WErSKL h. THOMRSO.V. CtH'CH ALE. 50 doxett Tennanrt Ale, received O this day and for sale by jaa2t WESSELA THOMPSON. rT",EAS. A few chests of Fine Black and GrwnTevi, A. of delicious flavor, received this day, and for ralo by jan24 ' WESSEL A THOMPSON. NOTICE. H. LOOM IS A CO, mr sole agents fer Nashville, O will furnish tho people of Tennessee with all tbe dif ferent kino's of Wine made by me, at my Cincinnati whnle- alo prices. Alfo tha OataVaba wraps" Cuttings for plant ing. (Uli and bos them. N. LOSU WORTH, msrJSlf Cincinnati, Ohio. . Wo K&8!rtSfc CO., Nu. J4 OOLLr.Uh. ST., Na.SUVILL'B, TENN. WE are new just receiving a splendid stock of Ladies and Gentlemen', Mirtej and Childrens' Shoes cf ill kinds, to nhicb we call thu atlealion of all those who iWnd in need ot such articles. jul10 O. W ROBERTSON A CO. V.'heat Wheat. tAn AAi BL'HEUS wanted immediately for J.JJ))Jj which the highest market price will be givn delivered at onr Warehouse or at tbe Nashville and Lbattanoogi Railroad Depot. Persons wishing bags fur nuhedcanfiud them at our Warehouse, corner of Msrket and Clsak treeU. B july 25 Ii S FRENCH A SON. LYONS & CO. Importers and Dealers in Havana Cigars, To bacco, and all kinds ot" Foreign Wines, Liquor, etc. No. 19 CrtuB Stiiket, Nmhville, Tenn. STATE RIGHTS. EVERY State, bv the Constitution, has the right to reg ulate its own internal trade, Ac, but to strengthen tne constitution by regulating tbe internal man, it is neces sary to use Dr. -Hills' Aromatic Stomach Bitters, A delicious, innucent, tonic, diaretic medicine, a specific for Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Billions Colic, Lowness of Spirits, and all Nervous Diseases, a certain cure for Sum mer Complaints, a Cholera Preventative, Fever and Ague, Ac. This is truly a valuable preparation, a strengthening , invigorating Cordial, prepared trom tbe purest, very best materials, and Purely egetable, every article of which is strengthening and invigorating to tbe system, and by its highly Aromatic properties is a most Delightful Bever age. The use ot these Bitters in all Bilicusor Liver Com piainU, by their strengthening powers to assist Nature, will obviate the necessitv of using I'ihs or other drastic purgatives, so often attended with serious derangements of thi syatem. Every well regulated Hotel and Bar should be supplied with Mills' Aromatic Stomach Bitters aa they are much more pleasant and healthful than the ordinary "Bar Bit ters'' heretofore used ; a single trial will exclude all others. Dose Adults a teapoontul to a small wine glass three times a day, or oftener. Add a little water or wine if too st i onr. Sold in ouart bottles bv all reSDeclabl Drmnriitts and dealers in Wines and Liquors in the United Staus, Cana- uas, Ac, and at wholesale by LiiUjtS w, jnlv21 Wholesale Agents, Nashville, Tenn. LATE IMPORTATIONS. HAVANA CIuARS. The subscribers have now on hand a very large and well assorted stock of Cigars ana lorjacco, to wnicmney rejpectiuiiy can tne attention of the public and connoisseurg'in general. Uaviug been engaged in the Cigar and Tobacco business for many years, we aro enabled to judge what will suit the trade, better, perhaps , than any other bouse in the city. Conn try and city dealers order ing from us, may rely upon getting Goods kr they are re presented. With many thanks for the very liberal patronage hitherto bestowed on us, we trust, mat wiin our usun endeavors to please and strict attention to tueiness, to deserve u continuance of the same. julj2l LY'ONS A CO ,19 Cedar St. CHOLERA ! CHOLERA! Lvocs' A Ca's. Ce'ebrnted Medicated Brandr. THIS article has now been before the public for come time, and has proved itself to he all that it is repre sented, for without a single instance of failure, it has uured all persons who have used it, of the severest attack of Di arrhoea, Dysentery or Cholera, it tukon at an early stage ot 11H ap eurance tuiauiuac ui uiucreui uuui mi uuicni now in use it is verv nleasant and airreeable in taste, and ... . n i. : . t : j : ii . i i, 1 1 it does not produce mat nauseous luror alter taxing that nvwioiuernieaicneaao. Sold in liotlles at $1 00 and 1 50. Give it a trial. Evtrv family ought to be provided with a bottle To be hsd only from the sole importers LYONS A CO , july21 19 Cedar si. P. 8 We have the above article packed for the Trade, in cases of one dnzen each LIQUORS, WINES, Ac. JUST ARhIE!)-A large lot of Ene French Bran, dies, Madena, Port, Sber.-v. Catawba. Chamnaer.e and other Wines, which we wilt sell at our usual low prices, whslevala aid rctaiL Bottled Liquors of all kinds con. smntly on hand. LY'ONS A CO, JU .V21 19 Cedar st. LONG WORTH'S NATIVE WINES. THE undersiiintd. having been a. pointed Apentfor the sale of t' e ab'-ve Win f. is nreL-ared to furnish a nure art'cle of Wine and Brandy, guarantied free from acv adulteration whatever. The sVck e-nsitls of Sparkling lataubn and Isabella, Dry Cctanba per box or banvi, and Catawba Brandy in boxed or Barrels. A. HAMILTON. J'l" 81 Folc Agent. rpUE cmisrsigned, late of Aucusta, Georgia, hiring 1 purchased ot Messrs. Nichol A I'eieock their stock, will continue the Commission and Grocery Business, at their old stand, corner ol Market and Church streets. Aiay i, isdo. Bfii iiuuii, tAIOiMj A t-O. HAVINO sold cur stock of Merchandise to Messrs. Sevroonr. Fannin- A On late of Anmistit Cnrvf. e take plmf ere in recommending them to our customers! as gentlemen in every way wonhv f their support and pctrouage. mayI5 NICHOL A PEACOCK. REMOVAL. The SOUTH NASVTT.T.E 51 A NTJF A CTORIN Q COMPANY AVE removed their Depot io i-DtiUS Ni.W BUJLD INGS. No. 13 COLLEGE STREET, South of Snnno. where they will be p!eaed to attend to the call of their cusumicrs. Icey Keepconsiantiy on nana every variety ot FUR NIT U R EI Thankful for the liberal patii-nace heretofore reeeiveA thev solicit a continuance of the rame. and hope to give ' i . - r . -. : I ii 2T?nrii:c general nakisibvviuu. ... uivw,ni. W. L Naycx, SecV. President Nashville. Jan. 18.i8S5-tf DISSiOLUTlON. THE Copartnership between Myers A McGill is diwolved b- 1'mitation this day J. H. McGill having pur chasrd the entire iuterest of the concern, will carry on tbe busiuesf, pay all demands, and leceive ell debts 'due the firm. M D. MYERS, july8 J. H McGlLL. In retiring from the late firm of Myers A McGill, I tske this method of returning my kind acknowledgments to my many friends and customers for their very liberal patron age, and most respectfully ask for a continuation of the same to my former partner and successor. julv8 M. D. MYERS. DRY GOODS. 110. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE. C3 nowhere pared to exiiioit his Fall Importation of RICH FOIUS.IGN AND AMERICAN Co'rrlpriping one of the most desirable ASSORTMENTS . jrar offered, selected from the Tery latest Importations, and purchased under tbe GREAT DEPRESSION OF TRICES IN THE EASTERN CITIES, durin tbe months oi Sep.; tsmberand October, nndertbe circumstances I feel gratia. id that 1 can oiler such inducements as will enable all to urchuge. SILKS. I have a Urge and well selected assortment of Silks at all PRICES, and well suited for the Fall trade, Ac uper! Brocade Striped Silks; " PhudGlacie, do " Grwj de Aprigne. do - riaid and striped Silk, (great variety) ' Plain Glacie: Rich' Poult de Soie Silks; Bl kWat'd, new style: Gro de " Rhine, . (a'.i widths;) Clalley, (all colors.) 'Wedding and Erenincr Dresses, fbeantifol variety) chea iilks of all kinds, Ac, Ac. WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. Plaid and Stripped Cashmeres; Tartan Plaid, (all colors and widths) , Real French Merinos, from 50 cento up; Mou&le de Loines, 8-4,' 6-4 widths; Superfine Bombazines: Whits Cashmeres De Ecosae; Valencia Robes, (rich) Alpaca's; And a great variety of other styles, new and cheap. LACE GOODS. Medalion Maltese Collars and Sleeves; - Trimmed Embroidered Collarette. LACE Embroidered Collars, Sleeves and Habits; , ' Morning Collars and SleeTes. French Embroidered Handkerchiefs; "-'."--. " " Mourning, do. Applique Spriggs, Cambric Flouncing and Bands; Embroidered CEemiieUa and Sleeves; -Valoncietme and M<eea Laces and Edgings, Jaconet and Swiss, do. CLOAKS, TALMAS, SHAWLS, &C. A beautiful variety of Cloth and Velvet Cloaks, Talma's, Crape Shawls, Terkerie and Thibbet Shawls. Cashmere Scarfs, Ac LINEN HOSIERY AND GLOVES. Table Damask 6-4, 9-4. 10-4, 11-4, 12-4 ; Pillow Case Linens; Barnsley Sheeting; Bird-Eye Diaper: Huccabic Crash Napkins and Irsh Linens; French Linen Cambro English SUk and Cotton Hosiery; Winter Hosiery; all kinds, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves; Beaver, and Gauntle Gloves, Ac, Ac. CLOTHS, CASSLTIERES, FLANNELS AND BLANKET8. French and English Cloths and Casaimerei, (great variety) Cloaking Cloth; Blankets, of all kinds; Satinets; Jeans; Tweeds, (all wool;) Plaid Linseys; Real Welch Flannels, Ac; Domet, Ac, Ac; and all other descriptions, Ac. Ac. COTTON GOODS Sheeting, (all widths;) Bleched and Brown Domestics; English and American Prints; Hoy led Prints; and a great variety of other Goods. ' Call and examine my Stock of Goods. To CASH BUY ERS and PUNCTUAL CUSTOMERS great inducements will be offered. JAMES N1CH0L. Nashville, Nov. 8, 1854. Southern Forwarding House W. H. GORDON A CO , Asents in Nashville for YOUNG, WYATT & CO , I WYATT A CO, Savannah, Us, Charleston, South Carolina, FORWARDING AGENTS ft GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. WE would respectfully announce to the Merchants of Nashville and vicinity, that we have secured tbe services ot tbe well known house of Messrs. W H. GOR DON A OO, whose plearare it will be to present our for warding bills for collection at tbe counters of our patrons ia Nashville: Our bills being made payable in Nafh ille, will effectually do away with all the a,nnoyaace and incon venience heretofjre arising from having ,to purchase drafts, make remittances, leave depf-sits, Ac fcc Goods consigned to our care tire JntitriaWy forwarded the same diy of arrival, unless discharged from vessel af ter the railroad depot is closed for tho night; when this occurs, the goods are stowed in our tiro-proof ware-houses, afrlcoceredii inarance,at no add'Ulv, jl cot to our patron Wo would again retu rc our graiefui th inks to merchants, gocerally in Tenntssee for the patronage heretofore so lib eral! v bestowed upon n. and at the same time respectfully solicit their busine h so bug as they find it to their inter eet to patronize our houses, YOUNG, WYATT A CO, Savanu&h, Ga. WYA1T A CO, " mayltf Chr!sl.c, S. C. GROCERIES. SUNDRIES. 1000 bbls Salt; 1200 Reams W rapping Paper; 210,OC,0 Regalia Cijiarj; 200 Melee do; 85 bbls No. 1 Mackerel; 100 bxsSoap; 20 casks Otird, Dupey and Pioet Caotilian Brandy 200 dr,z Water Buckets; 600 bin pint Flasks; 200 da quart do; 100 casks Wines; 100 do Sodi; 10 ceroons Indigo; 4 casks Madder; 45 bngsSjpicc; W do Uingor; 45 do t'eppen ith other articles in the line, for sale oy . . j . . . , . juns28 B II. S. FRENCH A SON". GROCERIES. HHDS Sugar; 200 boxes quart, pint, and 100 bass Rio Cefiee; Jfpint Flasks: 150 iwj oois jujat, t;rusned ana &u boxes Tumoicrs; Powdered Sugar; 50 do gallon and gal 100 bbls Mohsws; Ion jaif ; 75jdo do; 500 Demijohns ass'd siiss; SO bbU A $ bbls Mackerel; 2000 S A bxi Sarames; 0 catks Soda; 25 bags Almonds; SCO kegs Nail, assarted; 25 do Pecans; 500 barrels Salt; 0 barrels do; 1 50 boxes Tobacco; 25 chests Tea, assorted; 500 whole, half, and quarter 100 gross Matches; boxes Slar Candles; 00 reams Wrapping Paper; 50 boxes Sperm and Tallow 500 bags Shot, assorted; Candles; 2000 bars Lead; 100 boxes Rohin Soap; 100 dozen Painted Buckets; COO barrels Cincinnati Kec 25 nests Tubs; fled Whisxy; AcAc.,Ae. ALSO A well assorted stock of tine Cigars. Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Indigo, Madder, and a large lot of Import ed and Domestic Liquors, Ac, in store and for stle bv july29 JO. EDWARDS. CHEESE. 50 boxes W. K. Cheese, just received and for rale by fjuly29 JO EDWARDS. UBOCERIES, ic FRESH ARRIVALS. HHDS N O prime and choice Sugar; 100 bbls RB Molasses; 100 ou ft oo do ; 800 sacks Rio Coflee primt ;' 50 bbls and boxes Loaf Sugar;- , 20 do crushed do; 10 do powdered do; 10 tierces -ARice; 20 bags Black Pepper; 10 do Alspice; 5 do R Ginger; 20 casks London Porter; 10 bcrrels Texas Pecans; 10 do SS Almonds; 5 do Cream Nuts; 5 do Filberts; 50 boxes RaisiBS; 800 barrels Rectified Whiskey ; 40 do Old Reserve do ; 50 do Robertson County D Distilled Whiskey old and ruptrior; 50 do best American Brandy; 20 do do Gin; 10 do N E Rum; 80 do SMWino; 50 do Cider Vinegar; 100 do Summer Ale; 100 boxes Tobacco good common.medium and Jine; 20 do cut Chewing Tobacco a fine article ; 60,000 imported Havana Cigars but brands; 100 boxes Melee do; 200 do, U and Star Candles j 50 do Summer Tallow do; 100 dozen Painted Buckets; 80 boxes Pearl Starch; 60 do Soap; 80 dozen Corn Broims; 10 bundles Mason's Blacking; 60 boxes Writing Ink; 200 kegs Wheeling Nails best brands. With Powder, Shot, Lead, Percussion Caps, and nvmer- ut other articles in tne Grocery line. For role low by may 1 6 n E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. S. H. L00MJS & CO., WHOLESALE GKOCKR8, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And sole agents for the sale of Hazard's Kentucky Rifle ard Blasting Powder, BACON A KKO'S KAPKTY FUSK; AMU Longworth's Sparkling Catawba Wines, 42 Public Square, NASHVILLE TEN FURS! FURS!! WE will pay the highest maiket price in CASH, for tbe following kinds of Fur Skins, delivered atom Store: RACCOON SKINS. MINK SKINS, OPOSSOM SKINS, WILD CAT SKINS, FOX SKINS and OTTER. Also, DEER SKINS. S. U L00HI3 A CO, janl8 PiUie Sipiare, Nashville. Tenn. SAFETY FUSE. 85,000l'oet Bacuu A Bra's Safety Fuse a first rate article; warranted. S. H. LOOMIS A CO., jatiS Apentsfortbt Manufacturer. "I TE have now m Rtore, by late arrivals t t oo onus u. ougar, newctop; 100 bble. Molasses, do; 100 do Dean's Extra Whisky; 175 b-ixcs halves and quarters Star Candles; 50 do Palm Stap ; 100 do Tallow Candles; 225 do Western Kuecrve Cheese : 50 bbls Clover Seed; yS boxes Peter M. Boaz's Tobacco, No.l; 29 do Pitt ton's do do; 74 do O.Boyd's do do; 19 do Boaz A Goodwin's do do; 117 do Various Brands; 60O.OCO Rega'ia Cigirs, all gradea; Which we will sell low lor cash S. H. I.OOMIS & CO. W LONGWORTH'S NATIVE WINES. E have just received direct from N. Loogworth the following celebrated brands of Catawba Wine: La dies orSwet Wine; Sosrkling Catawba Wine. Also, Ca tawba Brandy, the rival of the French Cognac S. H. LOOMIS A CO, Jn 6 Sole Agent for the Mannfuctnrer. RIFLE POWDER. 1.500 KEGS Hazard's Kentucky Rifle; JQOXlep do do do; 150 X do do do do; 1,000 kegs Blasting; 150 bbls do. For sale by S. H. LOOMIS A CO.. janS Ageita for the Manufacturer: r Casks Fine Sugar Cured Hams, just received j anu lor sale ox apll a H. LOOMIS A CO. vxerghandi?;e USTABLTsiJED 815 J THOMPSON' & 0., Permanently Located at No. 1i Public Square 1TE Cinshnw to bur ciramers this season one of the V handsomest and r-e.-t ei- rted stocks of aver brought io this market. Havinsr now most, nt nnr firn mods in strre. wa would be happy to sea our cusuimers and the public generally ueiug- ueiciutincu io setl inem ai.pncea w yui m? uuiea. Rerczes lind Tissues. We call particular attention to our stock of light fabrics tor aummer ifresiws. ' BictvBerege Robes flounced ; new article; do Crape de Paris do do; do Morie Antique Bereges; t Figured and Plain-Eereeesin (treat variety. SPRING SILKS. Tbe Ladies, upon'-cxaminalion, will find that onr Spring alias iar surpass any mat we nave nsa uereKuore. Rich Chenie Si.ks new article f do Plaid Poult de Loia; do do Brocade. We.bare. a!io, a very handsome Una of Silk at one dol lar per yara. Printed JIaUm. A great variety of Printed Muslim. Alio, Rich Organdies; do Muslin Kobes. Lace Goods. In this department we are better supplied than ever having a better and larger assortment than usually brought m uiis moraei. Rich Veil' Lace Collars tie and Sleeves ; do Maltese do do; do Point da .' do; do Hooiton do . do; do Val Lace Collars and Sleevea; Rich Piatt Lace Collars; ' do Homton do; Real Point Lace Capes ; Rich Honiton do, some. very fine; do Lace Handkerchiefs of all kinds ; Val Lace in great variety; ' , Also,Phttdo do; Engliih Thread in greet variety. ' Embroideries. . Rich Embroidered Musliu Collars and Sleeves; do Venice Ppint do ; do Embroidered Collars, Jaconet and Swiss; Very handsome Emb'd Muslin Dre&es; do do Mitinel Jacocas with Basque do do Bridal Retiring Robes; dri do Infant Dresses; do du Skirts; do do Handkerchiefs ; Jaconet Edging and Insertions; Swiss do do; Jaco let Flouncing in great vanity; Swiss do do; Fine Linen Cambric.Insertion r do do Edging; r Emb'd Swiss Muslin for Dresses Spring MautitM. 'In onr Mantle department -will b found all the latest styles out. Fine Embroidered White Silk Mantles; do Colored do; Applique Mantles all kinds; Silk Cnmped do; A' large lot of Embroidered Muslin Mantles ; da do Basque Capes ; f i , f do Jaconet do ;' do Muslin Scarfs; lace, Scarfs, Points. Mantles anil ShawU. Irish Linens. We have a large lot of Irish Linen on hand, which we propose selling at greatly reduced prices. Also, Table DamaskWhite and Brows; do Cloths, very fine; Linen Sheeting; . Pillow Linen Ribbons. Handsome assortment of Strip.. Ribbons ; do ' Ombre Shadoa do; do Plain do do; Trimming Ribbon in great variety. Cat pets. We expect, en tbe 2Sth of this month, to ontn a hind- Borne lotorCarpetscfallkindaardjsrades. Beingbncght under very favorable circumstances, we will be able to en mem ai reaucea pnees. Also, Satin de I sine for Curtains ; Worsted Daniak do; Lace and Muslin Curtains all kinds and qualities'. Staple Goods. Onr stock of Staples consists, in cart, of Cottonades. Linen Drill, Plain Linens, Bkached and Brown Domestic, Hosiery in great variety, Black and Colored Drap de Ete, a.ac. iuujirau?! a cu , mh2i No. 21 Public Square. LATEST EX0ITE1TEKT PRICES REDUCED. BEAUTIFUL INDIA SILKS AT 37 CENTS Thompson & Oo., NO 21 PUBLIC SQUARE. A RE row closing out their Stock of Summer Dress IX uoods at grestly reduced prices. Great bargains can ds naa oy caning early. India Plaid Silks at 87 cents; Splendid Bla:k Silks at f 1; Swiss Flouncings.at half price; Jacknnet do do do; Printer; Beragcs st about half price; Lace Goods at reduced prices; Beautiful Challies very cheap; Spier didTlouuced Beragea ut reduced prices; Rich Organdies very cheap; White Go-.dR very cheap je2 NEW SPRING GOODS FOR 1855. a v nnvr i u a. nn No. 70, Pablic Square, Nasaville, Tennessee, HAvii now in )re a large proporuon oi tneir exttn sire stock of Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fan oy my vooa. Embroideries, Ices, White Goods, Irish and French Linens, Silks, Hosierv.Trimmines. Ac: Which thev offer on the most favorable terms. The trade and dealers are rrqoes ed to favor them with an earlv call. They will also be receiving throughout tbe season regular auipmenm ot every novelty in Kress uoods, Embroideries, AC AC A. J. DUNCAN A CO, No. 70 Public Sauire. N B. 800 bales Brown Sheetings and Drillings of noutnern iiauuitctore, lor wmea we are agents. febUl A J, D. A CO, B. F. BELL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Opposite Sewanee House, College Street, No. 28, NASHVILLE, TENN, Sealer in'Foroign and Domestic Liquorz. Floor, Bacon, iaxa, tiover aeea, nuiet oeed, a mix, raw dor, Cigars, Tobacco, Ac, Ac LIQUORS. 25 bbls New York Branny ; 10 bbls New York Gin; 75 " DD Tennessee Whiskey; 10 ' Port Wine; 6 half pipes Cogniac Brandr best brands ; 1 p-pe Holland Gin double swam; 12 quaiter casks old Madeira Wine fine; 3d baskets Chamimgne do ; 25 boxes assorted Cordials. apS R. F. BELL. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 25 M Cobden Cigars very superior article ; 25 " Rio Honda do; 20 M Lopize do; 10 M Washington do ; 10 " Rodeces Pressed Cigars; 10 " El Alamo do; 10 " La Palmares! do; 10 ' Jenny Lind do; 10 " El Divan do; 10 " Ariana do: 26 boxes Barrv James Virginia Tobacco; 25 " Blair'A Ksysdill'a do; 5 " La National do ; 10 " St Nicholas do; 60 " Musseluian's best brands do; 60 ' LanghorneA Armistead'sdo very supe'r, The above are offered for very low prices for cash, br apg R. F. BELL. w UNDItlKS. 20 bbls ciushed aud powdered Sugars; Vl xu uuisvtuicrcccu, 25 bags Early Irish Potatoes f-r planting ; 20 dozen boxes fresh Kentucky Mustard; - 20 " Brooms ALSO Sngar, Coflee, Molasses. Spices, Indigo, Madder, and many other articles in my lino. In store and for sale low by R F. BELL, ap3 No. 23 College St, opposite Senanee House. LIOU0R8. r AA BBLS Ohio Wh.sicy; 60 bbls American Brandy; tVV iooooisrir.es Jiag- oo co oo urn; nolia Whisky; 50 do Mong. Rye Whisky; 50 bbls Smith's Old Reserve 25 do Old reach Brandy ; Whisky; 10 do Jamaica Rum : 50 bbls Old Bourbon Whisky; in stnn and for eale low by mnu4 .jO .MUKlim s si KAl iua. SUNDRIES. r A BAGS Pepper; 600 dozen Baking Powder; tJ J 25 do Spice : 200 boxes EoirleSoap: bo Doge uicger. 800 pounds Nutmeg; COO do Cloves; 5 ceiuons Indigo; 2 casks Mad-.er ; 85 bbls Copperas: 25 kegs Sh.t, all sizes ; 200 boxes Slar Candles; 100 X do do do; 50 do do do; 100 boxes Tallow do; 50 do Imperial Tea; 100 d-izen Buckets; 60 oozen nnvms; 200 8 to 5 a-al. Demiiohns: 100 do Sardines: Cn boxes dried Herring ; 50 casks Soda, fine ; 25 bbls io 8 Jlackcref; 10 cses Matches; 10O3 rearui Wrap. Paper: 25 keg St. Louis Golden Syrup. 10 tierces fresh Rice; 25 bbls St. Louis Butter Craciters; 250 boxes Starch : 1(V bxs and hf-bxs Raieins ; 100,000 Cigars, various brIs ; 100 boxes Tobacco do; 25 bbls WalkerV Ale; 100 bags Cotton Yarns, every size; 350 dozen fled Cords and SO hf bbls do do do In itore and for safe br Plow Lines. mh2t65 MORRIS A 8TRATT0N, OALT- 1000 bbls Kanawha Salt in store aud fur sale MORRIS A STRATTON. O by TOBACCO 880 bxs Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, in store and fir sale low, to close consignment. juneiS B H. a RKCH itSON. WHISKEY 800 bbls rt'hiskey, various brands, in store and for sale by juue23 ii, r jiL,iiynA cujt. B ALE ROPE- 7sa ciils Bale Koe, now landing I from steamer Madonna and for sale bv fune82 H. S. FRENCH & SON T UBIN'S EXTRACTS Just received, a large lot jti or Dins Extracts, tor sale bv mh3J DEMOVILLE A BELL. SUGA R 120 hhds Prime Sug.r, for sale by junegj Era FRENCH A SON. PROFITABLE IN V EST Jl E N T. WANTED to 10.000 dollars to invest in a whslesale business, already established. N. B, Any person having the above sum fo invest, can make arrangements to give his personal attention or other wise. Apply by letter o Box 424, Post Offie-i, Nashville, stating when and where an interview can be had. aug4 tf HARDWARE- t 'OS O-g - jf Q35 I As V 'Oi w pi fa r-3 B -i a 5? -W 5x a '2!3-f8SSS'5'..a 2 S-, oi- 9C- -2"55 Q ej 5'B' scsv in E a O. .a S ifS if - few 5 gO r3 -3 2S.5S5E-a rT!-f a o -.T: C e to j j: s o 2 s p. s 5.2 M l T--i ir c- k o2 f 3 o o : HUGHES BROTHERS, DAGUERREAN ARTISTS AND DAGTTEEREOTYPS . STOCK DEALERS. , C. C. HUGHES, Union street, over Stretch A Orrs. P. N. HUGHES. 59 Colleee street late Dobvns A Ca .4 ' T bauu ot tbese Uallenes tne public can otSSW IX tain first class Pictures, as weuse the- best, Material and largest and most approved Apparatus.. Oar Rooms are neatly fitted up, with Powerful Mda.and Sky Lights, the only ones in the city, which is acceded byal Artists and (Jonnoiseures to be the best for taking large, FAMILY GROUI'S so as to dispense with inoie-dark shadows so gnerally seen and objected to. We have a beautiful PIANO fortbe use of the LADIES. As we attend personally to our Sitters our patrons may rely on polite attention, and Pictures second to none. Citizens and Strangers are politely invited to visit our Rooms, whether they need Pictures or not novl tf tSnuM' and Tobacco. PETER LOR I ILA (ID, MANnP-ACTURMt, No 42, Chatham Street. New-York- SUCCESSOUto Pancaand Geexcs Lokillaed, pffers for sale all kin s of Snuff and Tobacco in genera! use. For particulars, a Prtte Current can be obtained by ad; dressing a- above. ThU Establishment is one of the old est of tne kind in the United States. ' Feb 14 ly. Redaction of Freights FROM NEW YORK TO CHARLESTON I KcCBESKY & HO0KE, COT PON FAUTUKS, COHilLSSIOiJ AND FOSWAEDING MERCHANT?, Jirown-i VTtarf. Cwuilin, S. OV WILL afend prouiptly to the sale of all kinds of pro duce, to the receivingand forwarding of goods, and to the filling of orders in this market. The Steamship Companies having reduced f"e freights to So per foot, makes tnis the cheapest and quickest routs by. which to sbiji Goods to Tennesses. Alabama or Ken tucky from the Northern ci'ie. All srip and forwarding charges will follow the goods to their destination je!8 NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL ' NSURANGE COMPANY. CAPITAL $10,QJlO. (all Paid in and'.'-'Ecured.) THIS COMPANY" being fully organized, according to Charter, is prepared to wnU Policies against LOSS or DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Ituildin, Goods, Whrcs and Merchandise generally. Also; on shipments against lois or damage by Seas, Bivers, or Inloud Transportation on the most favorable terms. Life aud Negro Policiesgrantedat current rates. Orricr No. 35, comer of rqtiare and Cedar street DIRECTORS. ALEXANDER FALL. W. T. BERRY, ANTHONY W. VANLSER, JAMES WOODS, JOHN KIRK MAN, JOHN H. EWIN, HENRY HART, Jr., R, C. McNAIRY", TUOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREA, WESLEY GREENFIELD- . ALEXANDER FALL, President Jives Walxxr, Secretary. Ncshville, April CO. -b'w o THE UNITED. HREJHEN'S Insurance Company of Nash, ville. Capital 8100,000 Chartered by the State. This Company is now in success- iui uperauon, aim is prepareu mj take risks on Buildings. Goods, and Wares and Merchandize, against. LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. Also, on Goods, Wures and Merchandise and Cargoes gen erally, against the Sss, RrvEos, and Lnlasd Tsasspobta no.. upon a favorable terms as any Office in the City. Office No. 2o, on College street! opposite tbe Sewanee House. JO ED Vt ARD3, President. Johx S. D.18H1EU, Secretary. my)S tf THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSTANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. OFFICE over SheaparJ A Co's. Excha Office, will insure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE, Bouse, Merchandize, Ac, Ac, Ac, against Loss or Daroagt by File; Steamboats on anyof the Western waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation and tbe Cargoes of Veaselaof every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. Alsa, the Lives of persons in g"od health, for a single year, fora term of years, orduringlife. Also, Bank Notes trans mitted per niaiL All persons having their lives or property in juredin this Institution, are entitled to a full participation :n all the prof its, without any liability to loss beyond theamouiitof Pre miums which they may pay. M. S. PILCHER, President J. B.JOHNSON, Vice PresidenL C. J. F. Whabtok, Secretary. jonl TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL $150,000. OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL A O'S. EXCHANGE OFFICE. They will makeinsurance on Houses and Goodsof every de 8cripf3bngamst fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire and thefrisk oC the nver; on the Cargo of Keel Bouts and other river crafts, and on sea vessel and other cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN M, HILL, President. Joseph Vaclx, Secretory. ' - 1 Directors. A lex Allison. John M Hill, F 3 Fogg, G M Fogg, James Correy, Jno M Bass, Joseph-Woods, Robert H Gardaer, Matthew, Watson, J J White, Jacob McGav bck. janl 2k l-W'r 1 BELL AND BItAsSS' FOUNDER Y, Oii Frcnt, near Broad -St.- THE subscriber respectfully returrs his tlinHla 4ntliu n.iKl-. (ni- ivi.fr.tfnK .nil an liens a continuance, .of natrona?e in the if above line, also COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING: Tr-ether with every description of Metal; Turnings, Me- Ulle I ackingj, iiaion iletal and Uasungs. svvf- Fiiimt-i. Generators. Ale l'untrR. and 'Pumns of every description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Cash will be paid at nil tiroes for old Copper and Brass jan25-tf H. COLE. B SMI-WEEKLY NASHVILLE, SMITH LAND AND PA 11 U UAH x-AUKiii. TH K neat light draugh 1 packet A L I D A, W. J. Harmos, Muter, will hercalf'.r rnn nn fi remilar SHmi-weklv Pneket he-. lwn ll.rt ahViVft nr rls ; 1 arinw Nashville ev rr ilU.N ll.ti' and THURSDAY . at 10 o'clock, A. M , and Paducih on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 2 o'clock, P. M, stoppinirat all the iui;rnitdiate landing). Foi freight or passage, having good accommodations, ap ply on board, or to ninsu .1. uA-iimuxx. Ajent. NEW CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY J. F. PA Kit, No 55 Cdkge street, corner Bread. ""rrTHEUEall kinds ot light and Leavy Car- .-.ijrjTJi, VV naee repairinc will be promptly attend- tirfr?r"- ed to, and us for price I will endeavor to satisfy all who iry me i nave aiso some Buggies oi ruy own ir.anuiiciure, tuat I warrant as rood a any in the market. I will sell on reasonable terms call and see me. july3 6m b NEW ARRIVALS. C. XV. ROBERTSON & CO , No. 14 College Street, between Spring; and Union Sts, ItortFirrsO.v BKAT.savw, - XAS1IV1LLK, TENN.KSSEE, ftg. tiA v ci uiis oij recriTeii a large siocK ot-jn- 3i Gentlemen's superior Fiench Calf Stitched &OB I SfeLand Pump Sole Hoots : and tlio--'e whu want! fJJ a goou fit will do well to call aad ry us cn, as they have baen Sile:ted expressly for tha KtUlf trade, tnd are of the latest styles. U W. KUSLKTSON A CO., rov2l : 4 College street. J. II. CURKEY, CABINET M.iKER AND UNDERTAKES BEGS LtAVK to iDli.rm histnendsand the jillj.. public generallv. that he keeDS constantly tm on hand Coffins of every description, from the plainest servants to thefine Metahc air-tight and air-exhausted Cof fins, the best now in use for preserving the Corps; together with good Hearses and Horses, and everything necessary for burials. All ordtrs left at mv ware-room. No.51 Cooper's Buildirir. Cherrv street, frill be promptly attended to. both dav or night mv8I-tf J. H CL'RREY. LAND WARR VNTS. We are buying and paying the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per- sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to as by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the-highest prices at which they are selling at the time in N aahvilie, and ice casa remiiiea or paia hi craer. J5i JL Hi RAILRQAg)S, &0. CABIN' '?py.y'yj'--RIESTON alWJiiV T Y .T Q LLAKS. United States illail Line .VW YORK AND CHARLESTON STBAX PA CKETS, SEMI- WEEKL Y. Nashville, J50otons..M. Berry .Commander. Marion, L200tons, J. Foster, Commarder. Ja. Adger, l,5m tons, S.'C.Turner.Commander ""'Sonthcrner, 1.000 tons. Thos. Ewan. Commander 'f. LEAVES Adger"g Wharves, every Wednes grTRS day and Saturday afte- he arrival of th. Mb cars from the. Sunth tin ft Wrft all hnilt frtr (hi T.inj nr fm safty, comfort and speed are unrivalled on the Coast, i -Tables' supplied with every luxnrr. -Attentive and cour teous Commanders,-will insure Travellers of this Line every possible comfort and accommodation. t. .IPP155 , t20. Tsteerage passage, js. For freight or pffissage, having elegant State Room Ac esmmodations, applyto . HENRY MISSE00M, Charleston, S. C mays ly -. NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA it.UL - 'u'i ROAD. CHANGE Off-sen KnnT.-R ON and after Sunday ntxt, the 22d inst., two dally P as nengerTraina will be ran to and rrcm Chaltaooosa, a follows : Leayes.Naihvllle. Day Train, at, 7i, A Jl., arrlvlnsa Chttantogatt'4Srj,r.M. ' NlgnleipreM" lene Saslvllle at 6:30, f3r arrlvinr at Cfcalnovfaal 6ao, A -M. -RKfURSIKG, Iivej Cbattanooga, Bay Train, at 8:45, A M, arrtvlhgat Nashvitt-at 6, PM. ' 6 Nijrht EtpKs leaves Chattanooga at 6:30, PJf., arriving 'It Ztatllvllle at'G:60, A M. Ilia Accomnindatlon Train to and from Wartraee if be Jlfcon'inueil iflsr the date as above. H I ANDKRs-ON, i Satuvutrt, July 21,1832. ' Superintendent. " r RATES REDUCED 1 TJiROMthe 15th inst to the .st of June, .the Rates J" Frelpht from Charleston and Savannah to Nashville (.will be as follows : - ' . . ; t FIRST CLASS. "Books and StaGouerv. BeoU. Shoes and Hats. Bottled -Liquors and -Oils. vaiapuiue anu apints lurpentme, to casts and barrels, Carpeting. China,' Glass and Glass Ware, Cigars-in cases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and casta, Dry Goods, in boxes and bales. Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery; Furs, 'Garden Seeds. Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, "at owners' risk." if Oysters, ia cans and jars, Saddlery, Tin Ware, Teas and .Spices, per 100 2u f $1 05 SECOND CLASS. Hardware, "excent Cutlerv." Upatt n.tinii ' cbinery. " torelgn JLiquors, jn barrel or pipes, Cordage, Tobacco, in boxes, Carriage Springs and Axles, Leather, in rolls and boxes. .Uihv in barrel or caks,-CrtxJiery and Queens ware, jn crates and casks, Rice.Z'mc, Whiting, Plaster of Pari!; Ac. per 100 Ifis. $u 95 SPECIAL RATES. Boxes, Furniture. Piano Fortes, Carriages, " boxed,1 and other lieht articles, not enumerated. Also. Carboys of AciJv.rali h? t-ken at actual weight, but charged double, 1st class rates per 100 lis. $2 '20 Alt articles' not enumerafed, to be changed at rates of anabgou-j articles. . From the 1st of June to the lst'of December, they will be charged as follows: T - 1st class, as above, per 100 lbs ....1 25 2d do do do do 1 00 Special rates, do .do . 2 40 Merchant shipping from the Extern cities will find this the cheapest, as well as the moat expeditions route. Freights from New York aud Philadelphia to Charleston and Savannah, ranges frum 6 to 12 cents per cubic foot, according to class and character of vessels. As the Ruilnnid Companies at Charleston and Savan nah have discontinued the Keceiving and Forwarding of Merchandise, it will be necessary tu consign to Commission Merchants at those points. Shippers may rely upon a strict adherence to the abcre rates. - H. I. ANDERSON, Sup't. N. tClt.R. SPECIAL NOTICE. No shipments entitled to the above rate unless each and . every package hv the name of the Depot of delivery, and . tbejtritrals N. A U. R. K-plai ily marked upon it. .'aauvnie. jan. 11 u iu I. A. NASHVILLE AND Cll TTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. - DEPARTURE OF rASSNNGER TRAINS. Express hail Train leavea daily for Chuttanocgi at II o'clock and -W minutes P M. Accommodation Tnia leaves dailr for Shelbvrille at 8 o'clock, P. M. Through Tickets to Savannah, Ga, 15 5? .,. , " " Montgomery, Ala, $16 50 " " " Wilmington, N. C. il 60 To be'had at the TlcVet Office, Passenger Depot feblO H. 1. ANDERSON, Sup:. Transportation. FROM NASHVILLE TONEW ORLEANS. THROUGH IN FoUR DAYS. FARE, TillRlY DOLLARS, ' VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and .West Point to Mont gomery bv Railroad. Tickets to be had at tbe De pot Price 16 50. From Montgomery to Mobile, br a double dsilv line. (morning and evening) of stages and' Steamboat;, connect ing wun tne steamers rrotn Wen-e to .New Orleans. IL I. ANDEtiSON.Gen'l Sup't N. A C. R. R. RAlLliOAD NOllCt.. COTTON destined for Charleston will, on and after this J da'e. be charged fi so per bale of ,'0.'Ibs.orless, and bo cents per 100 lb. tor excess of over 500 lbs. septl2 U. I. ANDhltSON, Sup't N ft.C R.R. PENNSYLVANIA iAILItOAD rpHE Great Central Routecimneclicg the A tluntic cities JL with Western, Northwestern, an Southwestern States, by a continuous Railway direct This road also connects at Pittsburg with alily ine orSteamers to all ports on the Western Rivers, and at Clerelaud and Sanduskv with S learners to all ports on tbe Northwevern Lakes; making me mo-i airta, cne-ipeci ana. rttvmt rout by twitch i nciuu r can oe lorwarae 1 to and irurn tne Ifrtat H ut Hates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg fin boxes.) Furs. Feathers-. Ac f. 5c per 1002. SECOND CLASS Booloiand SUtinnerv. 1 Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea- 60c per 1001b laer, s.c J THIRD CLASS. Anvils, Baggings Bacon, t ... , and Pork (in bulb,), llemiT, Ac. 50c Per 100Ib FOUKTti CLASS. Cuffee, Fish, Bacon,).. and Pork packed.) Lard and Lard OiL f 400 P" ttfT" In thippingGoods from any point East' of Phila delphia, be particular fomai packace " tiil'inntuliunia KiUroad." All Goods consigned to tlieAirents of this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention Freiqut Aotan. Moses Potter, Boston; J. L. Elliott, a. tone; J. oneeder, rnuadeipnia ; jJagraw A Koons, Baltimore; George C. Franciscus, Pitt6burg; Spriirmm A Brown, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. S. Mocrhead. Louisville, n.y.; u. u. Jie.iorum, .nauison, inu.. antciiu & to, at. aaiuis, 310 ; j o. unciieii boa, J-.vansruie. Hid. H. H. HOUSTON. G'Mral Frt gHjij(nt,I'hilala, 11. j. a.ujima.iw, oiyi, AUnorut, ra. janl ly PENNS Y L VAN I A RA ILItO.l l. rpHREE Dally Through Trains, between Philadelphia JL una niraourg. xtic iuurtilu IKAl leaves Philadelphia for PilUburg at 7K, A. M, and Pitts burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia for P.ttsburg at 1, P M, and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 1, P.M. TH- NIGHT EXPRESS IKAI.i leaves rhiladelplna tor ritwburg at II, f. , and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at i0, P M. The-ubove lines connect at Iiitsburg with Ihe Railroads to and from St. Ixus. Mo; Alton, Galena and Chicago, -ill.; krankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra name, siaaison, iiiaieue kno inaianapniii, ma.; i-incm na:i, Dayton, Springrieid,.Bellpfontaine, Sandusky. Toledo, Cleveland,-Colnmtius, Zonesville, Masillon, aud V cosier. Ohio ; also, with tbe Stem Packet Boats from and to New Orleans St. Louis. Lonisrille and CincinnatL Through Tickets can be had to or from either of the aoove places For further particulars, see Handbills at tbe different starting points. Passengers from the West will find this trie snurtest and most expedi'iotu loute to 1 hilaueipbia, Baltimore, iiew ort-or Bosnia. THOS. MOORE; Agist. Pottmyer Lint: Puit.ida J MEKIMEN, AOiyr, Patetngtr Lint), Pttiiiurf. Philadelphia, U65- janl ly HARNDEN'S Northern and Southern Express ! FROM NEW .YORK, PHILADELPHIA, &c, Via Savannah. HAVJNG been appointed Agent for the above Company at Nashville, I respectfully inform the citizens of Mia--dlr Tennesse that this Company Expresses fiom New York and Philadelphia by the RegularLine of Mail steamers to Savannah and have concluded their arrangements with the Ceutr.il Rail oad, Micnn A Western. Western A Atlantic, East Tennessee A Georgia, and Nashville & Chatlanooza Railroad, and are now running daily Messengers on all the above roads. This will enable the Corrrpany to bring Goods through from New York to Nashville in six days, and the charges will not exceed that of Expressing from" Jf ew Y'ork to I mis ville. Tbe Company will also forward Specie, Bank Notes, Drafts; Bills tor collection, Ac Also, every description of Merchandise and Valuables to Northern cities and all inter mediate places on the above Roads. novt-ly A. HAMILTOV. DAGUERREOTYPES ! DAGUERREOTYPES'! CHARLES C. GIKitS would respectfully inform bis customers, and the U us particularly that he has re moved from Cedar street to the corner of Deaderick and and College streets, over Browne's, where he will be glad to see all who are in want of fine and lifelike pictures. He has gone to great expense in fitting up powerful tide and f ky lights, and his rooms are tilted up in elegant style. He hai engaged the services of eziwnenced und pohte op era ora. and is determined to m-ve his the Model Lstab liihment of tbe South West, and feels assured that be will be able to give s&tistactisn. He invito the public to call and examine hit Specimens as aso some fine Oil Paintings, by th old m.tsters. just re ceived from Europe, which hp olTen for sal very low. Call at the corner of Dradericx street and the Square. N. B. An experienced operator always ready jor any out-door work, such as taking buildings, deceased persous, c janlO tf PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. 7rrEhaveatsuciatel wuh us in business, Mr. Walter V'V H fJrnhha nfthinil. r.,11,... -..ij.: exclusive H ho.'esale Variety Trade, iu view of which, we w"1 uyuBc luroisuingsioccax reduced prices. We have a fine assortment of goods in that line, and an opportunity now offers for those in need of such ar ticles, to supply themselves at low prices, julyl-tl A-MORRISONFACO, , : DRUGS, &0. DLiSOLUTJON. CHE copartnership heretofore exfsting-nndtr tba firm sod style of BROWN A GRUBBSTis thU day dis solved by mutual consent Jo. G Brows is alone anthor zedWnse tbe name of the firm in liquidation. Ac. JOSIAU G. BROWN, Nashville, June 6, 1855. W. B. GRUBBS. JO. G. BROWN, TTAYING purchased the entire interest or Mr. W B. LL Gkctum, will continue tbe DRUG BUSINESS, as Wimerly, lt the old stand, where be will be pleased to see is friends. Ac, Ac No. 48, College Streeet My stock ot Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, i now very npjel. having received fresh supplies, selected by neorthe firm in person, via: Labfn's. Bazin's, and Mitch is txtraet.; Arterican TincV and German Cologne W ef: '97 &oaps ; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every stvle ; MiC dr?,'abm41chet3 ! Aromatic ChrystaU ; Chine, Metal and Glass Puff Boxes several new styles: SheU Lmbs, large stock. At Uv. on hand Iadigij. Madder, ft hite Lead, Linseed Oil. Turpentine. Ac Je9,'55 JISUING TACltLB. A large stock selec.ed br L one or the firm, consisting of Genuine Limerick Hooks, nlain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen, Oraveta leen, and Common LimenckHooks-, a splendid assortment ?ntP CaS,,Jsi Sl'k d Grass. Spun an- Plated ilk; Minnow Seinea, 12 br 4; Floats of every v.riely; Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac. Ac in shcri, can supply those who can appreciate fine Tackle with almost every thing they may need for the successful prosecution of this useful calling. je9 JO. G. BROWN. 48 College st OD-LIVER OIL. 5 Gro. genuine Cod Liver WU, just received from Rush ton, Clark A Co's, by je9 JO O. BROWN. 43 College st LEEC11 sale by EEC11ES.- -1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and for JO G. BROWN, 48 College st. PURE MANONGAHELA WHISKY. 5 bbls of the above just received, of prime quality; sold to us for six years old. j9 JO. O. BROWN. 48 College st. TONE WARE. 2.500 pieces stone Ware, consist ingof Jars, Chnrna, Jugs, Milk Pans, Butter Crocks Ac. of every size, just received. jea. JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE Constantly on JL band. Barclay, Perkins A Co. 'a celebrated Londoa Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. je9 JO. G. BROWN, 48 College t EARL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior article of Starch, just received by Jl? JO G BROWN. 43 College st MEDICINE CHESTS.-Just opened, a fine lot ot Medicine Chests, suitable for FamiliMnr PUntaticnit. aiso, : Je9 ! dozen Physicians Saddle Burs, aiaorted atvlea ju u. nttur. n. s college st. OLIVE OIL. 25 boxes Olive Oil, just arrived. Ai re, 8 dozen of choice brand of Tmmnr Oil which i superior to the ordinary Olive Oil. sold for tab e use. ) JO. G. BROWN.JSCollege st T70R JELLIES. 100 IbsIaingUss, Sheet and fhreT, ? Also, 1 grow Sparkling Gelatine ; Dupuy'a Extract o f Vanilla, Ac. je9 JO. O BROWN, 48 College st OLl FOIL. Abbey A Son's Gold oil coaUiit:y I Cc-Iiege st. VJT on hand. JO, G. BROWN. 43 CONGRESS WATER. -Costantly receiving, di rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water. JO. O. BROWN. 4t College st SPERM AND WAX CANDLES 10 bxs Sperm and Wax Candle s,this day received hy jnneO 18.5. JO G. BROWN. 48 College st HELMBOLDS GENUINE PREPARATION. HKLMBOLO'S HtuLY CONCENTRATED COHPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. For diseases of the B.'adder and Kidney, Secret Diseases, Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases ot the Sexual Organs, whetherin Maleor Female, from whatever cause thsy may havd originated, and co matter of how loag standing, IF yon have contracted tbe terrible disease which, when once seated in the sviten, will surely go down f'rrai one generation to another, undermining the constitution and sapping ihe very vital fluids of life, do not liut your self in the bands of Quacks, who start up even day in a c,ty like this, and fill the papers with glaring falsehoods, too well calculated to deceive tha young, and thoe cot oc- auainted with their tricks. Yon cannot be too careful in le selection of a remedy in these cass. The Fluid Extract Buchu has been pronounced bv emi nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. P is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and verv innocent in its action, and yet so thorough that it annihilate every "particle of tbe rank and poisoneus virus or tnis dreadud disease; and, unlike other remedies, dees not dry up the disease in the blood. Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, arco-t terrible disease, which has brought thousands ot the hu man rac) to untimely graves, thus bloating tbe bnll.'an , hopes or parents, and blighting in tit bad "the glnriou a tibition of many a noble ycuih, can be cured by this Infallible Remedy. And as a medicine which must bene fit everybody, fn m tbe simply delicate to the confined and despairing invalid, no equal u to be found ac ticg both as a Cure and preventive. HELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SABSAPABJIXA, For Pur Jung the Blood, removing all diseases a.;s.Dg from excess ot Mercury, ezpueure and imprudence in lile chronic constitutional disease, arising lp-ni an im pure state of tbe lllnod. and the only reliable anil effec tual known remedy for tha cure of Scrofula. Salt lines .1, Scald head. Ulcerations of the Throat aud Legs, f c u and Swelliogs of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Fice. and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skies. THIS article ia now proecribed by some of the air.it distinguished phys ciaca in the country, sxd has proved more efficient in practice than any preparnt.cn of Sareaparil a yet offered to tbe public Several cases : f secondary aypbil'S, Meicurial and Scrofutvus di ear-s bare entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our i'.V lie Institutions which had for many yeare resisted every mode of treatment that could be devised. Tbeee cues furnish' striking examples of the salutary effect: ot tf. a medicine in arresting some of ths most inveterate diseases, after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already affected. , Notice. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro ' fessors of several Medical College, and certificates of cures from patients will be found accompan ing both Prepara : tions. Prices, Fluid Extract of Bach u, (1 per bottle or 6 do for 5 " "01 Sarsaparilla, ' ' , equal in strength to one gallon of Svmp ot SarzapariLa Prepared and sold by II T-HElLMBOLD. Chemist, 3 Chestnut Street, near the Girard House, Philadelphia. To be bad of and of Druggists and Dealers everywhere. All letters directed to the Proprietor cr Agent receives immeditte attention. j-jnel ly T. WELL. Agut Market - Niti :a BARNARD L. M,MPMJ.V AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JUNIPER 3CHHAFPS- A Snperior Tonic, Anti-Dyspeptic InrrgoraU ing Cordial. IT is a lamentable trutn tb.it, wnb few exceptions, every article ef food we eat, every article of drink e imbibe, is more or less adulterated; and in nothing has adultera tion bein practised to such an extent as in spirituous, ve nous, and fermented liquors. So much so, iu fact, tha- it is impossible to procure pure liquors and wines, anlese oh lained J jrect from a lona Jtdt importer, ot known reputa tion, and well established foreign eon ections. It is owing to the corrosive, inflammatory and poisonous properties ot the liquors sold generally in this coun'ry that disgraceful, besiisi intoxication is so frequent, that He Legislatures of several ol tbe States have taken the mat ter in hand, and prohibited the sale of spirituous or fer mented liquors as common beverages. Were all liquors sold pure and unadulterated we s hoe'd neednc Maine Law, and but few restriction on their sa . Blotched faces, palsied limbs, swollen flesh, and that fear ful disease dtlirium trimmtt. are t reduce J not bv nure li quors, but by tbe infatuated habit of todulg ng in the cor rosive poisons sold under that designation. SUIPSON'3 AUUlf ATI'; SCHIEDAM JUNIPER SCHNAPPS. are manufactured exclusn elv a: cssLisdam. in Hnllscd. ae. cording to the directions ofold-es tablished distilling houses in .lew lore and new Orleans, expressly tor nediccal purposes, and are entitled to hib eonsidera'ion. No o-XT medicinal berurage, at present in use in the United S!a!e8 br in Europe, posiesses such solctory and efficacious prop erties. In cases of Gout. Gravel. Obstructions of the K dnets. Bladder, and Urinary Organs, as well as in the pecuti.r diseases incidental to females, their effect ia so Droo ot ar 1 dxided that thev have excited the astonishment of medi cal men, and elicited expreuioca of the most ULbounaed gratitude from tho patients to tie proprietor. agents and private purchasers are cautioned to guard against the compounds of unseruDuloue imit-trrs S mj- son's Aromatic Juniper Schnapps will lute tbe utle uf i-e Medicinal Cordial embossed on tl e sides of iha bottle that oatains it, and the signature of th proprietor oa (be ine isoei on eacn untie, wmcn ms ben au'y enu:: j in tbe United Males District Court, and cuLsequenilv r- tected (mm imitation by lbs penalties ot a lawnf t or.gres-i, is in the three principal living languages English, rreccii and German, and pamphlets in loose languages, deter p tive of the merits of this health invigorating beverage, cau always be bad at the A genu. J. WRIGHT &C" J genu, 151 Cbartres street. tT"As parties manufacturing a lovvt article of Senear is mar endeavor to per made the public that Br KNARD L. SIMPSON, the pronietiir of tbe genuine Aromatic ScL e dam Juniper Schnapps is not a lma jid, direct inportcr, he wishes it to be understood, that the most unquestiona ble pro- f of the tact can be furnished by the most eM.ati t importing merchants cf New orieans. " U. rt. ilENDEKSnOTT. Corner Cedar Street and tbe "quale, Noshvtile, Teen. jnne2'J dim b e TYREE SPRINGS. THE delightful Summer Revest ia now open fur tbe receplion of visitors. The Uouie has nn-" dergone a thurungh repair, and the most ample r g;t raugements have been made for tha accowmodatiuu i f those who desire to avail themselves of a visit to this well known watering place. It will be the conttant aim and endeavor of tbe Pro prietor to please all who visit him, and to preserve red umiuiaiu mo uigu rcpuiaiiua, unirersaiiy scci'iueu ui those Springs, bv all their f.irmer patrons. Fledirni? hi self to nnti'tng assiduity in thedischargeof all the duties devolving on him as Proprie or, he confidently hopes to receive tne liberal pa'ronaee heretofore extended to hiai by his friends and the public generally. w oi. auitwis, june23-till ltSept. Pnpritr DESIRABLE PKOl'El TY 1'OR 2.I.r:. -VV e are now otferiug for sale that valuable prtsv tr owned bv J. H Petway, containing arout 30 acre. s.-a- ed on the Lebanon Turnpike, ptttly in the city of asS- ville. A pori-on of this property fronts on tumbeiLJ River. andsfTbrds an excellent location for landtags, c:! yards, wod and lumberyards. At The prorxrty will be divided to suit purcoasera. xur icruie. can otl BlMOLUllUN. rUE partnership heretofore existing under ths firs, ci" Edwards A Harris is this daydisaulved bv inu'ual consent. AU persons indebted to as are requested to e J and pay; and those having claims against as to presect there The business will be continued by Jo. Edwaxds. We solicit for him the patronage to liberally bestowed on the old firm. JO. EUW Alt Dd, Nash rule, Jane 1, ISii T. u. HAKltia.