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T1 VOL. XX VII: NASH VILE, TENN. SATURDAY', NOVEMBBK 3, 1855. NO HO, Vise... i rf r UNION AND AMERICAN, OFI'ICE CORKER CRURCrt AND CHEEKY STREETS IHE WfcKKLY UMON A.ND AMERICAN is furnished u euoscnoers ai fa ou perannum in aunnce TlwTWt L'.'VCiriiV i. ..k1!.I. ra mi.. ni.- Jl ... --uu.ku ii; j u.i. ........ -f-'j kucnuij, lUUlfUflJ and Saturday, ai to 00 per annum, in advance; if not full IllDUTllUWtil V The DAILY" is published at Eight Dollars. fSTTHK MONEY. IN ALL CASES, TO ACCOMP.ANY SlTHl!!tt!TIIIH " IM . . .j. Uenitttances of r-ubacrtpuons may be made by mail at our Hul- No paper will ba sent out of the State unless the order is accompanied with the cash. J3T We wish it distinct! jr understood hat no paper will t , option of the publishers, ; t . YOILXO ASI IflHTA . AGENTS wanted in erciy. county in this and adjoining States to fell ti.6 atore new and improved CORN .K.ir 1 .tu iuiiala. To all sncn, a rare cnance 10 Skl, make raoasy will be offered. Exclusive State and County pnv.ie&j w 11 oo disposed of on unusually mr terms, By "(plica-inn to the Proprietor. FARMERS' A ND stock kaisers, I off r jou & ptn uud Cob Mill -unsurpassed in the . a and whicu c&ccul he superceded by pasi or future toTi-utcos it is the very Mill which every Farmer and Stock Kaiser should have; it-will crush from 8 to 10 both els Corn and Cob per hpur, with one horse; iseafily fltted :p and managed, weighs 310 lbs , and as all contact ol the grinding surfaces i. prevented, will last anv farmer an or dinary liteuae I speak thus of its durability because the Jjaie prineiple has beou fairly tested in the old Hark Mill. Who is u that wauts " A MILL OX TRIAL for oae month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction, to return it? "Irihcre be any man thus disposed, let him now speak. Satisiac'innis warranted m every cate, or the mon ey wiil be refunded. This Crasher can be attached to oorfe, w.ter or ttetm power, which lenders it the most convenient ilill south of Mason's and DixonV line. All othr t'rushors now in tlie south require too much poer, or will soon weartrat. According to THE LAWS OF NATURE Corn aid Ccb Mill which admits of a lateral or wahbling in-iltua.wili, necessarily, goon tvear out; allother Crushers are amenable to this nuid olj-ctiou, and the Proprietors dar not dispute it. In the construction of "YoOTiU Amsh Ica." I have guned power, and I defy" contradiction; I have . tevwned friclioaHaad 1 challenge one word to the contra ry; 1 i aveprerenieda wabohng lateral motion, and all are oafcAk -i ed u ncknewledge it; therefore. 1 aascrt that it is trij.enOT oany other Mill. I am now selling this Ten n?se inrentiou at the small sum of FIFTY DOLLARS. And any odo wanting a "good thing." is earnestly re quested to examine the true merits and principles of this Mill, and ordjr fiotn th6 1'ioprietnr or Agents. A liberal dbconnt made to dealers. J. V. DRCMG00LK, Sbclbvville, Tonn., Oct. '55 So e I'roptielor. Af.'KNTS. Hlis, Moore A Co., b4 Market street, Nashville, Manu faetumis and General Agents. tteiuoiont. Fall A Co , CUrksville, Agents for Montgom ery county Ab Waikinp, Pulaski, Agentfor Giles county. W'm. B Hunt, Salem, iigeut for Franklin coanty, Tenn , and Jncksoo ecu ty, Ala Jjn.t.ii. A'auce, CaiUlian Spri ige, Agent for Sumner county. J. W, Hatcher, Columbia, Agent for Maury county. V. M Uell. P. U . Home, Agent tor Smith county. J. It. A kin, Charleston. Agent for liradley count v. W. It. Uunley 4 Unw.Iuujon, agents for East Tenues gee. octH lyd& n w GUUiii-V'S biitl WIIKAT. TU IS IVheat is of ihe very wbitest and purett kind. It Ins been exhibited four times at the Georgia Fairs r.nd a premium awarded in every instance. It is only to lie s-n to be admired, weighing sixtj eight pounds per bushel. It is if the rn largest kind, row "'n Novem ber and cut in Slay. Farmers desirng to have the best find the eurlieit kind of while wheat wield act wisely to j.u chae in ie ft a small portion to get In the seed. I will deliver tbis wheat at the LaGrango depo , Georgia, in Rord httong sacks, a- tivo dollars per fcu hel. Irom one buhe to unv quacti y d. sired, tbe tacks marked accord injt t-j ditectious It is exjectcd in all cases tbo money to i.ccai.!!'v ordern Tlie lollowing gentlem n have kind ly eoosrn ed to act a aeenw iu this place, and will order the wheal .ur anyone ih:cg it: E.S Hawkins, Johnson ' & Home. D" Uickev, K 8 Cheatham, Cj., T C, Ifge a c.'. . A. ScAlhoter Co., V. U Gordon A Co., Ne;monr i Fanning, Johnson. Weaver & Co., Church InueriO!,, 11. S trench, Morris A Stratton, Davis i .Swaun. Me- rea & TetMSJ. Affit u on ihe iVafiville and Chattanooga Railroad and Miter ; Ijc- at (.rwiu dvpot, J. A. Eglat.d, at W'artrace K t'. Gan-.iKW.tv; at Hrllotickie W. J P(a ck; st Foster- title, Tii-iii usKdwards at t br.stmna, n A. Kted. at ilur treetboto, Uugins, lx-ij er and Menifee; at Smyrna, J II. Stma.1 ns, i.a r.'n-, J A. V aides: Malonc & Lane. Sumner Count-., C. r. i T F Gibson, Athens, Tenn Any one huwfcver can order lor ihemelvep if prelerable. rxtBipiuH of the U neat and Flour will be li-tt wiih the nbove namtfl Ag'nts. P. 11. I.KKtiNE, LaGracge. fPJ.t" d"w w' Tf tin "inrt . (! -irin. rUE abcnber inteodiDjctoreiiiore, offers for sle, pri j. vate!) his truct of land, hinsr in the county of Xhmtgribiery immediately on the telerruph road from i."ihvi ; iu ClarksTille. W mile? from the tormer, and 12 niHoa Item the latter, aud 2Vj miles south of Port llojal MilM, eontaimrg v i acres, about -1S7 ucies open land, in agi-od state of cultivation; the balance well timbeied. Tae imprufctnenU cons,-st of a comforiab'a dwelling, good w()fo cabins wi b stunechtmnoys, twolargc tobacco burns, good Ktable. corn cnb. uud ether necearr ouuboiues, apple nd peaca orchard;, Ac. A Later failing spnng, nad an abundance of stock water. The land l.es as well as any timbered upland in the couuiv i)t the samo Size, and well adapted to the growth at coi u, wheat, oats and tobacco. Terms liberal. JOilN B. DORTCII. P. S. For information concerning lha land, I would tefer to Mers. Cave Johnion and Wm H. Dortch of Nosh Ville; Uobt McClure, of Clarksville. Roco Dickerton and David M Christian, f Todd county, Ky. I would aluo state that there in a tract of 16 acre adjoining, which ma be bought with the above land if desired or divided S3 an to suit pttrchtuiers. je29 J. 11. D. l SiJSIxrit LAN US Full SLE. 'T5TEXU1X to move to Ihe Cumbe-land Mountains, I X offer for sile my re-idenca in Sumner county. Th tract contains over three hundred icre.-; ii bounded on one rfde by the Nashville and Looitivdle Tumnike, and is in ' 6'ght uf the ounvilie and Nashville Railroad, which is u .w bcinp put under contract Is situated t7 miles from tVaahville an 1 s trom Gaiktttu. The lands is all enclosed, iscoaremeuiir divMcd into fields and loU. with plenty tf vater all the e ir iu nearly every one of them. The fences ? ar near Ir h'! new, are made of Hock, oedar and Planks iLb.-- piittiim ot the lauds between ihehoase snd Cumber land river, ts of dne ttiltty. The dweliinc, kitcu;n, srnnkc-houke, and spring-house Afe sll of br:ck.,ad ure verv well built, snd couveniently attmged Ttw ferrant's homes, waih b u?e, &c, aro fnmi baidingH, n:v and in good order; also, stablos, barn iwl eow-honses. ' I TbeontiK is a very large one, near th? houpe, and was fnMrwkuoau to W There is also one o" the best built Ovehot Wter Mills in tbe State, which is now running and wtis budi oaie 13 months since. Apply on the prem w JOHN ARMFIELD. oetl9 -lm d Iw SAGS $550 IN PREJIIU323. HAVING largely increased mv bupply of Rajs by the prem-uats offered the pst year euding June 30 I am induced to ofira larger amunt of premiums for the wesent v.-ar. And will oay the above premiumin sums uftlatl. ?w 'tuj 2U tnd 10-,0 an' Ji!erLlMitf. or "redlara wco will aeiivcr nte, trora i .!-.e lt July, isoti, tne largest amouni oi Tbe fame to be oonrht outnide ot and by men do- fag BB'iaess i-ct.nne of Jixshrilie orvicmitv. 1 Wfll .tl al. it.ui'a pay me utgnesi maraei prices i j ciu fir KAtJS ou dclnen, and tisue a certilicateto the owner ,f tl'e anioutii recotvcdan l paid lor. These certificstei tnuat be kept and wu iu on or litfore the 1st day of July aex, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville l-Ka make theavards- Thelarfer.t amouni being entitled to tbe ?l'i'', me next largest ti 50, end soon down. Merchants rending P9 ras will please write that I may nov m who- uati'e to isau the certificate. Combination triilaoi be alloucd. Wo.ten, l.m-ry. Silk and Worsted rags are not wanted, tJid wiU n t be liicliidad in the above. I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying Rues fcirouirlmui J Middle Tenn. i Jalji-lvdtriiv.tw W. S. WU1TEMAV. Hj J ' North Of tt.e Square. jT sT ltliCKtKf ASH i-UIt SAl.Ji, A t. tiv ini ot Bttponor French Kappea rinutr at re- AU-sl) --A. .o o! SAtnerior U.ivanna Cigars. 'Toil I T3 f s seniune Meerw-hiura Pipe I beg to inform tlteii ibat n t tl open a beautiful lot in a day or ft e. Call uid oii'ii tne-n at the Sign of tbe Little In fdian, coi""r (Jherrv aud Cedar hU. I mz ' J. M00RK. ' tiifrl Ks-tU-AS i'tMS s.IliJr.S .v (iAli bUN. Gj&TS tuiwr Fancy TopcJongi-ess Gaiteis; " ' Cloth Congress Gaiter, plain & with tips; rrsu.ui i.'t" uutton a uauen; " Hungarian U.easSooes, ' Pav-.t leather Ties. tVw Tivlona .it-H-r styles, verv superior a"d of the most liJfctounie tans, juii ri.Kiea oy f JOUS UAMAGE, fugtS ii t'olleg st T Jirc.VTIO.AIi. r GSKTEMA N' uud his wit, practical teacltersof ton tg rp -neQoe u the Sjutn, desire t oten a Day 3nT ItoMKl'-i: .-"Choil tur Yuung Ladies, m orth Ala. gBO, or Uf r,i fTw aay peryrfi interested in ths establishmcat of a good ojjon: oil n, ii ordT wo Id say, that by nddrets.Ic IE W ' Nashville, Tenn,, a "oorrespondcnce will be ,i(oei in hish :ht tu i saiisfiietory-ie-timinials will j5 fBrnis;..ci 13 to exirince. abilitv" and sure;. Also. relnwHO "umuw.ti and accrtslul educators in ihia jjTjy ' .ostit wlm iff lliair IAhmto. ttnd lacon TeirQ'oph, copy oieniti nr. lv asit M-lKt bill to this r.fti ) E. K D KKXK, If 189 W.lTKtt SJiiUKT, AaVll YOKli, t rfa-iu'act'trer and Proprietor ot UUKKEE'b VE.VS'J or ItAKIKt; POWIUllt. loiioner ami DwJarm -jlKAM TAUTAK. Sup Carb. Soda. Sal Soda, Castile ti soau, 'littdk Lend, ItriMsti Lusire, ttef'd Pearla&b mus Coking Sx tracts, Matobes-rt'ai Ii Wodo. LAND WARRANTS. SMITH & JOXKS, General AgenU, 22 Cherry St, W'iLL :ive the hig!Ht wsrurt pr.ee tor tnt quan'ity of JJoanty La.d Warrants'. icptli If. MISCELLANEOUS. WAH PAPEK. Jj. M. GOItBEY, IUPOBTER AND DKALSE IK WALLPAPEB AHD PAPER HANGIX G8 Next Door to Sewanee House, ffashvllle. T7"I.KPS ooustantlv on hand the latest and most fash- IV . ionable patterns for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms, it A large assortment of cheap Inglaxed Paper, Fire screens, window raper, leasters, &c Kgr Paper Hanging done In the best manner, 5mie30 L. 11- CORBET. FURNISHING GOODS. "WOODEN AND AVIM.OW WAKE. B RASS HOUND BBCKETS-!! sixes; Iron do do do: fill- ll.-l-.ln Oak Well Backets: Pair.ted TorBuckets; Iron Bound Water Cans; Cedar Pails: Brass Bound Water Ci; Cedar Milk Piggtns; do Tabs alt sixes: do heelers lira as and iron itound ; do Churns all sizes; Chopping "rays; " Wooden Bowls; Pa'ent spring Clot! es Pins; Common do ; .Market Baskets, with or without covers : Luge Square and Bound Clothes Basket! ; Willow Wagons ; German Work Baskets; Deep Clothes Baskets, with Wood Bottoms. Just received and for sale by may 12 BSOW, MACSK5ZIE & CO. SIX MINIJTK FREEZERS. VTTE have inrtt received &o addhianal inDnlr of the led VV Cream Freezeri", for making Ice Cream.in SIX' intuits. Common Freezers and Tabs; Ice Water Pitchers; Ice Picks and Mallftts; Preserving Kettles; Hammered end Cut Braes; French Porcelain Kettles and ilaucs Past; do Tinned Iron Sance Pans; Fruit Cans of all sixes, for putting up fruits and vegetables. janeS SNOW MACKENZIE k CO. PATENT SAD IKONS. ONE ol tbe most valuable of inventions, with which tbe ironing for a family can be doue with fire cents worth of charcoal. Tailors' and Box Irons; Ironing Stoves and Furnaces; Preserving Furnaces, Ac, Ac; Iron Spoons, of all sizes. Junes SNO W, M CKENZIE b CO. DELL AND 11HA FOUNDER V, On Frout. near Broad St THE subscriber refliectlullv returns his thanks to the public for past favors, and so licits a continuance 01 patronage tn uie 'above line, also COPPER AND SHbKT IRON MANUFACTURING; Together with every description of Metal; Turnings, Me tahe Packings, Batbit Metal and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of every description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. C&ah will be paid at all times for old Copper and Brass jac26-tf B. COLC. NEW CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. J F. PARR, Ko 55 College street, urner Brood. TTIlKREall kinds ot bebt and heavy Uar- V V riage repairing will be promptly attend ed to, and as for price I will endeavor to satisfy all who try me 1 have also some Buggies of my own manufacture, that I warrant as good as any in the market. I will sell on reasonable terms call and see me. jnlrS Km s SALE OF NEGltO WOJIAN AND CHILD. BY virtue f a decree of the County Court, of David son Crunty, rendersd at the October Term, 18)5, 1 will oiler for sale at the Court House, in Nashville, on SATURDAY, October 7th, 1Si5, anegro woman, named Harriett, aged G years, and an infant child aged about 2f years, upon a credit until January 1st, 1S0S, except the sum ot 50 to be paid cash. Said negro woman and child belong to the estate ofSam'l A. Graves, dee'd, octU-td. F. R CHEATHAM. C. Ail. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE. THE undersigned offers his valuable Farm, situated in CofTee County, three miles from Pelham, and six miles from Uillsbcro', on the road from Nashville to Chat tanooga, and about three hundred yards from the Pleasant Plains Male and Fomale Institute, and contains about four hundred and twenty-lire acres. Said farm has been long esteemed one of the verj best in the county, and located in a healthy section, entirely exempt from the visitation of all malignant diseases. There are about two hundred and twenty lire acres of cleared land, all under a good fence, and in a high state of cultivation. There rt two comfort able dwelling houses, a commodious tr--, stables, with comfortable negro houses. In short, it is well improved. ff aid farm has a most fertile and productive soil, admira bly adapted to the cultivation of grass, clover and small grain, Ac , and can be made one of the best stock farms in Middle Tennessee having a sufficiency of water at every necessity point. Pos-ession can bo had at any time. Persons desirous of purchasing, are respectfully invited to examine the premises, and learn of tbe subscriber the particulars as to the terms ic., Cfeb8wtn P pi-mv ELEC1K1C AliLiL. Portabl ePlantation, Corn, Feed & Flouring Mills, Mace lacturod from the best quality of Fiench Burr. BURR MILL STONES, of all sizes, no band and made to order. Smut Mills, Mill Irons, Mill Gearing, Belting, Hoisting and Regulating Screws, Screen Wire, Damsel Irons, Piaster of Pans, Dutch Anker Itrand ISolting Cloths, of all num bers. All articles sold by me warrant rd to be of the bost quality, or tbe money reiuntteu. Miflcra, Millwrights, Farmers, and others, trew respect fnllr invited to examine my stock before purchasing else where. All orders and communications promptly attended t. JOHN W. URADFuRD, mch"-eotw&wly Cor. Bmad and High sis, Nashville TO KAILKOAl) CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at tbe Office of tbe Edgetield and Kentucky Railruad Company in 'ahvi!le, 'lenn . until Saturday, December 15th, 1S55, for the conduction of this Road from Nashville to tbe Kentucky lice, where it meets the Henderson and Nash ville Kail road to Henderson on tha Ohio River. The E. A K R It is abou' forty-eight miles long, through a coun try eil udapted for railroad construction, and tbe wotk wih be divided into sections of about one mile in each, which may he hid for &ep irately or tbe whole road includ ed :n one proposition Proposals may also be made to build the thirty miles on It next to Nashville, either by the single sejtion or m one contract. There aro on the Road one Tunnel half a mile long, heavy neck p. oik at rario'ts points, and t.vo large bridges. Maps, profiles aud plans will be ready for exsminition by De ceir.brr 1st, and any information may be obtained by ad dressing the undersigned. -AML WATSON, President A AN DERSON, Chief Eng. t,-t?!58tawt:i:drtel5 55 COJIIJ, KAN'S, AND FANCY GOODS. WILLIAM TASKER. -t f PARK PLACE, NEW YORK r ites theattention iU"f Miuthern and Western Merchant, to bisnewstock tit Fa s, Oorub. Hair, Tooth aud Nail Brusbos. Ladies Reti cuie, Porfuineiy, Soaps. Porte Monairs, Jet and Bead IiraNe"et, Pocket Hooks, Dress Buttons, Pics and Needles, 11 ...ksaod (-yes. Watch Guards, Wax, Coral, and Glass Beaas, Necklace, Ac. India Rubber Combs. Canes, Balls aud Toys of cvorj description. Scissors, Razors and Cut lerv. Gold and Utit Jewelry, Accordeons and Violins, in cluding a general snd very large stock ot English, French and tierrcan Fancy Hoods, which will be sold at the ver? lowct prices for t'Ajiit or Appbovsd Pipib. ref orders by letter selected and put up in the oest manner. WILLIAM TASKER. me-lTd 70. Park Place. Nttw onx. Jt.si nr.Ctl V i.Ll. ovbbioiuhedaad For'd Sngan M hhds White Chrystalized Sugar; 10 lores ooubie refined Loaf Sugar ; &5 bbl ltaltimore refined Sugar. jP'-a flbXMUUB, FANNING & CO. " r-r.il riu r . ....... r Z7 f-i tH S ml f-l o g g- s - P EJ P -i..J -g.2 1 S O SSgjsSJ-MSoaag.g ( s, W 1l5lisSSat' Ph. g 3IER0HANDIZ UNIVERSAL ATTENTION I I VNRl VALlrED A1TR A C T 1 0N11 1 TIIOXi SON Jk CO., K0 21 PUBLIC SQUARE. ARE nowTeady to display the largest, cheapest,, and most tasteful Stock of GOODS that they hare ever pur chased for the Fall Tbase RICUJDRESS SILKS. Splendid Flounced Silks; " Cnebie StUs (extra rich;) Rich, Plain and Striped Moire Antiques; Moire Antiques in all !ors for evaniug dressna; Rich Bridal Dresses, all kinds; Plain Silks in all shades fur Flounced Robes; . Rich Rapt Silks, light colors for evening; . .. ... dark shades; Bayad-re Silks, all colors, (new and beautiful); Superb Black Silks of every kind; Allkiads.of.Dress Silks from 75 cts ayurd to $100 a pattern, jt '.', , ,,; . ; Wide Velvets for Cloaks and Dresses. -. BKACTIFLTL DltE;S.U.OOI)3. . O nbra shaded M. de Laints very beaulifnJ; Paloi oiud Striped styles; ' .-. t Palm and Polka Merinos; Plaid Metinocs; Fine French Plaids Plain Merino, &P shades. MOURNINfJ GOODS. Extra wide and heavy Bombazines manufactured es pecially for Winter wear; ' " Superfine Black Merinoes; Black 'Merinoes, all qualities; Black M. HeLaines.all qualities; Alpacas and Lustres, all kinds; Black and White Plaids; Black French Chintz; ' Mourning Silks, without lustre; Half Mourning Silks, striped a&d plaid; Lupin's Best Bombazines; Mourning Handkerchiefs; Buck CapeSels; White Crape Collars; Plain Muslin Sets; Linen Sets, Ac. Ac. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. We never had so many new things in tbe warof LACES and EMBROIDERIES. Rachel Medallion Capes; Lace Collars and Sleeves; Medallion Momachers; Uoniton collars and sleeve.; Incredible bargains in fine French Uandercbiefs. A large lot of tine Honiton Collars at one-fifth the origi nal priw (past Styles.) The larceat and cheapest stock of Val. luces we ever opened. men roiniixice cnaai veils. Rich Point L&ees half price: and man? barsrains in goods of this character too tedious to enumerate. f'TfiiKV SlIlWI-l 1.'IWI4UPJ Rich Velvet Cloaks and Mantles, Rich Moire Antique do: Ulack and col'd Cloth in all shapes; Ladies' Travelling Saques very desirable; Splendid Vienna and Paris Lone Shawls from S20 to SlCQeoch Beautiful falasgow and French Plaid Long Shawls; Black Merino Long Shawls; Black Silk Shawls, very heavy, for aged ladies; All kinds of Soare Sajwls; Beautiful Palm and Printed Scarfs and Ties of all kinds; Our Shawl Room is filled with all the new and elegant things in the way ot Cloaki, M.-ntles and Shawls. JllUtiAnuS, U1AJVU3 A.MJ TRIMMINGS. Our Ribtand Table is covered with a most beautiful dis play of gems. on Kiooanas 01 an xinas very tosblnnable; Pearl Slideiand Buck es for Belts; Black lxather Belt3, all widths; Rich Moiie Antique. Plush, and ererr kind of new DRESS TRIMMI.sUS. Alexander Best KID GLOVES, a new supplv received every month. UUtl aiAt'liC. UUUUb AKt. UJiltlV ALLIjiI, Mens' Wear, Boys' Wear, Trish Linens, Fine and Medium Long Cloths, soft finished fur the needle. Linen sheeting-, Hamdton Sheeting, Best stuck ot FiauneU over opened in Nashville, English. Prints, French Chiti'z, Best American Prints. EbglLsh and Domebtio Canton FUnneL All kinds ot White Goods, Linsey and Cotton Plaids for servants and Bed Blankets of every kind. By SrxctAL ctqctiT of many of our Lady Customers, we cave added to our general stock a nice assortment ot Readv made Cuit3 for Suiall Uovs Cloth riuitsin all col ors h-r Smsll Boys, 'made in the best style and of Suporior material CARi'ETS 1 CARPETS t CARP3TS III u tCE Tocu noucs Loyro'TABt-s. We have now tlie largest stock of laruetseversxhibital in Aasbviile, all of tbem purcbased ot first baads.ati many of tbcm made to order and sulea confined j We will regularly receive all of tne newest designs they are manufactnred. J imperial veitet uarpets; Orosby & Son's CeUbtated Brutsais; " " Brussels Tapestry; Best English Three Ply; ' American do; " " Two Piy; Brussels Hall and Stair Carpets, Vinetian Hull and S'or Larjts; Cheap Ingram, Shaker and Linen Carpets; All kinds of Druggets and Crumb Cloths; Mosaic Chenelle. Velvet, Unlabels and Tufted Run and Mats, Beautiful col d Sheep Skins, Ac,. Ac Our Second and Third Storr will be exclusive! v used for Carpets. CURTAIN MATERIALS. Rich Satin de Lanes, all colors. Uerman Damasks. Lace Curtains, Mu.din Curtains. Cotton Damasks. Cornices, Bands, and all kinds of Curtain Trimmings and fixtures. LINEN GOODS. 1 Rich Table Cloths, Fruit Cloth', Table Damasks, Damask towels, olucc Towels, beauttlul Napains, Great Bargains in Napkins; Piano Covers, etc etc OCTOBER 1st., we will open our stock of Magnificent ano cosily c Uits, We would sir. n conclusion, ibat we have never made such an elfort to please the public, and we think trr are ahead of ell ccmptUian. THOMPSON 4 CO. eept 20, a5. No. 21 i'uo. square. FALL AND WINTER TRADE FOR 1835. R. C. JlcNAIKY At CO., No. 55 College Street, ARE now prepared to exhibit one of the most com plete. as well as tbe largest stock of Drv Goods ever ottered by retail in this country. All we desire is for our mends and buyers generally to call on us lor wnat tney want, and we will surely supply them. ano iwo partners naving spent tares montbs m Aew York, have accomplished much in eeitintr up tbe'r slock from first bands, which will rnable them to fell at orices fr Ulow previous rates. Diitas uuuua. In Silks every thing new and beautiful; Brocade and Plaid Flounces; Plain Plaid and Brocades. 1000 nch high colored Delaines; Plain, plaid and rich fig. Merinos. LACES AND EMURUIUERIES. 200 seta of fine VaL and Honitou Laces; 100 " Collars and Sleeves in Lace; 100 ' Fiench Work Jaconets ; 60 " " ' Cardinals Lawns. DOMESTIC AND STAPLE GOODd. All the leading styles of goods, such as New York Mills and other Domestics ; Cotton and Linen Sheetings; Damask and Plain Towelling and Towels; Jaconet, Muslins and Cambncka; Globe, Merriuiack. Dunuel, Excelsior Prints; Furniture chintzes. Ac, Ac. GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. New French and Enzlish Cloths, plain and Fancr Cas-'i- mares and Vestinrs. in eualesa variety, which we will have made to order in the most fashionable stele. Also, an extensive assortment of Kid and other Gloves, Hosiery, Stocks, Cravats, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Ao UAurcriHUH. We have now the rarsest and most varied stock ever offered the .Nashville public which will be adied to month ly by all the no w styles and patterns as they are brought out isepi4. FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY. rnor-EssoRj vegas. I ATE from Paris and New Orleans, respectfully JTL; LI lnlorms tne citizens 01 usbville tiiat no win remain for a limited period for the purpose of giv- inr libS&U.siB IS VAAUlM. Prof. J. Terns pronoses teachine all the most fashiona ble Dances of the day, including the roisa, yuaaniie. Schuttische, Hve Step Walts, Santerelle, New Polka Mazourka, Redowa altx Al, the followini; new Dances, introduced into New Orleans by Prof. Vegas, viz: the biciiienne, xuneralds, and Varsovia. Davs for children Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays from 3 till dark. Gentleman's classes ditto, from? o 10 o'olock, P. M. Private Lesrons for Ladies and Gentlemen, Tuesdays, Thursda'S and Saturdays, from 1) a m., to 3 p. m. Prof. Vegas will open his Scho -I at the Odd Fellow's Hall, ind will also give lessons at Sem naries and in pri vate families, RErEHEBGES. Miss 8. 8. Hull, Young's Ladies' Institution. Wm. farante, Fema'e Academy. Wm. Derieur. Female Institution. Dr. aud Mrs. Macaulay, Female CoIIegiaU Institute. Misses Allison, Female Institute. Mad.. Mace, St. Charles Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Di mi tree, Orleans Academy. 3T Prof. Vegas can be found at tbe Planters House. Orders left there or at tbe Music Stores ot Messrs. McClure It Martin and J B. West will be attended to. until tf Attachment Notice. Horace U. Hamner, 1 . V AUac7unnt. A. C. Winn. ) 0TI0E is hereby given to said A. C. Winn, that an A tachment bus been sued out at die instance of U H. Hamner. and levied upon his orODertv on the 2.1th March last which attachment has been returned before Josiah Fer riss, Esq. . a Justice of the Peace for Davidson county, and farther proceedings therein stayed, according to law until the 10th day of November next, at which time the said A. C. Winn is notified to attend at t-e office of said Justice, in the Court House in.th city cf Nashville, and defend tbe same, it he think proper. H. H. UAMNLR. my6-6m. jOW LANDING. UO bajs prime Baltimore Cof- 100 d.ren assorted Pickles; i half pipes Pure Old Ccgnaa Brand v. septw, SEYMOUR, FANNING & CO. DRUGS. EEESH SUPPLIES A t A PACKAGES tru.i and MEDICINES CHEMICALS, PAINTS, ie Ac. Received aud to be sold at the lowest prices by T. WfcLLS, At the MAN 11ND MORTAR, on Market, opposite Union street Naslville. JuneW QURGICAIv DENTAL, SO RVEYING, Micwtrt ar and KJ s-oczt. jmirvmtnti, assorted, just received by ianei T. WELLS. T ERF I fMER Y, 50 doi. Oohgna and othtr fin a auKoe n aurr. atsonea BOHEMIAN GUILT TOILETTE BOTTLES, assorted. COSMETICS A fine assortment. HAIR TO.MC3, SUlr Dya, Gloss Powder, pufis and boxes ussotted. UCRLING FLUIDS, Pomatums, 0U5, PhUocoma, TOILk.TTB and Sliavins Soaos. 100 dor. ODONTINE TOOTH PASTE and. STRAWBERRY TOOTH WASH. Flavoring Sztracli, a full anortmtat Received and o&Tred cheap by T. WJ1LLS1 rOl) IiIVtJROIL. RranTOs's. Qnrrore. VloueniA. J Uyd. Potass., Iodiss, NITRATE SILVER,- Select; powaersoi ipecac, upturn, uoiocynin. ttnunarp, scampny, Mayspple, Golden Seal. All offered low by jane4 T. WELIA OARSAPARILLA EXTRACTS. 48 Dm O BULL'S, Quizutt', Towmsksd's, Carptnttr'i, Snaxaa irtsu uuiQ r.itracia 01 arsspaiilia. T RANDIES. W1MKS. AC 17 Bbls anAhf.lt plpet lomiac OUini, Jsupiey, Sigiutte, and Cham. puyni jranaus .madeira, fort, sberry, wnscate wi.jis. AROJIATIC SCHIEDAJ1 SCHNAPPSA popular remedy fo- diseases of the Kidneys. 1 SORTER Ijondon in pint and quart bottles. Received bv T. WELLS. ELECTRIC Ulashines, Medieir.e ChaU, Medical Saddle Bags, Gam Mays, Trusses, Shoulder Braces, UUro Abdominal Supporter. Hydraulic Cement and Plaster or Paris of so penorqaJlty. VA RNISHES Fu-nitttre, Coach, Demar, JSrotv and Mlaeb Japan, Iron, Leather, Instrument and Piciuie Varnishes. a OLD LEAF, Gold Foil, Silver leaf, Jied, 1'tllou and YliiU Btonttt. BRUSHES 73 dozen Hair, Tooth, Nail. Hat, Cloth, Paint, Dusting, Sweeping, Scrubbing, Poona, Stencil, Horse. Comb. Shoe, Stopping and Varnish Brushes. LEECHES. Fresh supplies. Received bv juoe2i T. v"ELLS. ARTIST'S COLORS.-95 dozen trfeh assorted Colors in inflexible tubes, well assorted. (J PICES; 1500 LUS. Pepper, 875 lbs Pimento; O Cloves, Cinnamon, Mace, Uinger, Ground Sprees Vermicella; Sparkline Gelletine; Bitter Almonds, Pre served Ginger. PIPES, Marbles, Gun Flints, Percussion Caps, Gun Wadding. itOUGH Candy 65 dozen Howe's Cough Candy, Vy aua .-ew r.ngtana uougn tsyrup. PORT.MONAlES. even- shaie PISTOLS, SWORD AND WALKING CANES. Well assorted. SEGA US AND TORACCOS 89,00o Cazador, JTapoleon. Barriot, Lenndorj, Jenny Lii'd Secure; 25 boxes Jlay Queen and Fine Cut Chewing and Dutchei Smoking Tobaccos. For sale low by Y. WELLS. BLACKING 40 gross Iresb Paste Blacking. STARCH, i5 boxes. Stab Candles, 4" boxes, ALU0H0L, Vmeirors Whukys. GIXS, Kuais, 85 bbls LIN3LEI) OIL and SPTS TURPENTINE. PURE WH ITU LEA Din 5, 50 and ltoibkegs. ZINK WIRT.-. Pa1XT, French, in 15 and 50 Ibktgt lteceived and for sale at a small advance by juoe2l f. WELLS. NEW DRUG .VlOKjb. S. L. DUUOVILLK. u. c Dcl.L DEMOVILLE h RELL, i. 'tW , Wholesale and Itetail Drugghts, 2Mt No. 26 Cherry st 2 doors from corner Union. Jpm NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE SJ Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, a all hours of the day and night Kg" Philip Schiofflin, Haines Co.'s Extra Powders al wars on hand. HAIR DYES. Just received, Balcbelors, Fbaiou and Italian Hair Dyes. For sale low by uillSl DEMOVILLK k BELL ' J HHLET DOTTLES. Cnina aui ulas-s iunei uu. X ties and China Flower Vases, just received and fu' aln bv mhzl DEMOVILLE & BELL heat. . Wheat. OfVA rill 1 BUSHELS wanted immediately for JJiJJJ which the highest market price will be given d iivercd at onr Warehouse or at the ashville and Chattanooga Railroad Depot. Persons wishing bags tar nishedcuatiud lium at oor Warehouse corner ot Msrke' nd Olaak streets B julv25 H S FRENCH A SON NEGROES WANTED, WISH to buy li or 18 good smtoth voung Nigrore f nm 16 to 22 years of ago Also, a Brick Mason anc two Ca-pcnters or a gentleman in the country, sept 2o'ft5.-tf HEKS W. POIi OUTER. U.VCON. WE want to purchase 50,000 lbs. GOOD BA CON for which we will pay the highest market price in Oueh. 8. U. LOOMIS & CO , frb24 No, 42 Public Square II. G. SUOVEL, 11 DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, fir Nortb aide ot the Public Square, three doors tsioi me uenville inn. TT7"nOLESALKand Retail de-ilerin Dugs, Medicines V Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Window Glass, Dragcjists Glass Ware, Stone Ware, Paint, Scrub, Blacking, Floor, Artists, Marking, Dusting, .-having, Jewell's, Teeth, Grain log, Stencil and Hearth Brushes Porfumerv, Bear's Oil. PomaJe, Ox Marrow, Pocket Hdkts. Extracts, Galvanic Curati- es. Ac. Ac. 600 GALLS, liiiiseed Oil, just received and selling at low cash prices by H. G. St'OVEL XI if GALLS Paint Oil, tested and found good, at only OLfV one-half the price of Linseed Oil. Painters have now an offer of the only lot in the city; think of the econ omy in a large job- For sale by H . G. SCO VEL. 400 GALLS. Spts Turpentine, received anti selling at the lowest cash pi ices by H.G.SCOVEL. OCfl kBS. Stir Candles, received by JLM U.G. SCOVEL. 60 DOZ Perry Davis Pain hlller, just received and for Rale at the lowest prices oy U. G. SCOVhL. 40 REAMS Ssnd Paper, 24 of which is considered the best make in the United States, for sale bv U O. SCOVEL 2000 BAMUO and Arkansas Fishing Poles, Flshei . men can pick lor themselves, for sale by rrk LBS. Potash just received. Soap makers can be UDvJ supplied by july3 II. G. SCOVEL PATENT JIED1C1NES. A large and verj iieue ral assorttrent of the most popular Patent Medicines, many of which are compounded in a scientific manner and membe.s ot the Medical -acuity, possessing as much cura tive power, and as efficacious in the eradication ot 1 isease, as any compound ordinarily prescribed In proof of which we cite the astonishing and increasing demand, by all cl3t-es of the people, the rich and the poor, tbe high and the low, the bond and the fie-, the learned and the unlearn ed, for tbe justly celebrated and popular Family Medicines, among which aro Doctor Jayne's Expectorant, for Coughs, Colds and Con sumption. ' " Alterative and Blood Purifier. " " Tonic Vermifuge and Sanative Pills. " Aer's Cherry Pectoral, for Coughs. Cold, 4c. ' Williams' Balsam Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha. 1 .1 feTer d Ague Pills. " Wm. Hall's Balsam tor the Lungs " Rogers' Liverwort and Tar for Coughs, Colds and Bronchitis Dr. Clark's Syrup Wild Cherry and Tar, for Cough-, Colds, &B. Cowaa's Lythontriptic for diseases of the Bladder, Kid neys, Stono in the Bladder, Gravel, weakno3sof the Loin, Prolapsus Utiri, Ac. Ac Ur Trask's Magnetic Ointment, perhaps, isunsnrpassed asun external applicatien for wounds, bruises, sores, rhtu ma 'asm, bites of poisonous insects and reptiles, ulcers.chro nio, sore eyes, croup, sore throat, Ticdolereaux, neuralgia, piles, inflammation cf the bowels, and ague iu the breast Thenu'i.er us testimonials of the curative powers of this cheap Medicine, induces us to regard it ua being among tbe first Medicines of the day. Marshall'-Liniment is a very cheap article and posses ses rather exiraordinary powera in the cure of swency In horses, as well assprainsand bruises, Ac. Hurley's newSarsaparilla is attracting tne attention ot the people. All tbeabove mentioned popular Medicines, together with almost every oiher, on hand una for sale by julyS H. O- SCOVEL. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAHOKINQ ES TABLISHMENT, No. 1 1 Cedrir Street, Five doors from Public Sonars, NaihvUle, WHERE may be found a choice and well select ed stock of Cloths, Cassimeree, and Vestmgs, f thelate.t and most beautiful patterns, all of which will be made upto order in the most fashionable style, and at as short notice as can be done in any city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times. 1 am now receiving my stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, and, being satisfied that they are by far the hand somest Goods over brought to this market, an examination is requested before purchasing elsewhere Ready-Made Clothing. Coats, Pantsand Vesti of all hinds. A fine assortment of -Men's Furnishing Goods, Jilks and Merino Undershirts, Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Sua oenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Silk and Linen hirt Collars, Umbrellas, &c. JgT Garments cutat the shortest notice. Please call and examine. T. J.HOUGU, sepl-tf Agent fl AGS ! BAGS t I OA BALES Richmond 7 8 Osaaburxs; OU 20 Richland 4 4 do; 10 " Franklin 4-4 do. Suitable for tnak. W. 1L GORDON & CO ing bags. faugiSJ NOTICE. JTiROM this date Mr JOdN W WIL'ON has becime . in ere-ited in our bustneas, which will be continued uuder tbe firm and .trie ot SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO. Nashrihe, Oct. S, '65. MEDICAL. PURE DRUGS AND CHE1HCALS. A LiRQE ihvo'cecf Dregs, "hemtcats. Oils, Paints. Dye Stuff. In.truuif nts.Perfnmerf.Faar Goods. Brushes. Ac. iut received and tor sale. ai m small advance vponTIasTcni coat, by A. STRUT! H, Wholesale end hetatl Druggist, Corner College and Union sis, Nnville,TeDD. English Wine Colchium Hoot, Hpstulas, " " isttd, Ba hing Sponge, Fitie Turkey Opium, - Surgeon' ao. Pure Nitrate Sijver, Homeopathic Vivls and Collodion Coras. Phosphot ic Acid, Syringes'bf assorted kinds. oxide . ilvsr. Apotbecar.es scale, and Copper, WeigtiiS, Proto Carb Iron, Gaily Pois with Covers, fall rr untonde irou, sizes.) Lactate Iron, Red Pans, (d'fferent styles,) Solubre Citeraie Iron, Le.chcs and Leach Glasses, uijccnue, x- me twae aiacoooy aunu, Iodide Potash, Honey Dew Si otca " Chloroform ' Bermuda Arrow Root, Precetpt. Eit Bark, . Turned Wood Pill boxes, Morphine Sulp, Pure White Wax. Sulph. Quinine, Pratt's Artificial Nipples, vaienenaie 01 tjmnine, JMppte abieldsandci Eiottles, loaiae - unamois bitns, Iodide, (Resublimed,) Bath Bricks Cooper's Iiiogi.iss, Refined Salt Petre, Fluid Exu Valerian, , Fresh Or'd Cycnne Pepper, lsu giaxs Adhesive Plaster, Genuine Castile Soap, Pure Cod Liver OH, Fresh Table OiL East I idia Castor Oil, Henry 's Magnesia, Weugwood Mortars, Canaiy Seed, octa Cork Joles.Ae., Ae DEJIOVLLLE & DELL, DRUGGISTS, No. 26 Chsrry street, 2 doors from Union, ke 11 constantly onhjnd a large and select stock ct Drugs. Medicines. Chemicals. Dve MutTs. Paints. Oils. Ac.ic. Consisting in part of Qjinine, Morphia, Iodine II..... . S ! J! . - . , V . I I 1-1 ruiassa, cuiuu. lauuiuio, , .-suipu. Lincnunia, naiacure, tc lucarium, Exttpi, Acid Nitrate cf Mercury, Potawa, Cum Calce, Iron alerian. Lactic Acid. Canthsndal Cel. loden. Iodine, Ac , Ac. pERFl'MEUV . Lubius' Genuine Extracts, Doxies' 1 do. for the bandkerch'ef CoLcnes. various iitvles. am uaveuner, nay num, c , ac. tl llT , T T- . " "OAPS. Burfcer's Soap, Toilet Soap, a brge vanetj J Shaviusr Cream and tharintr comnonnds. Mtlitan Soap, Ac, Ac. I70R THE J1AIR. Barry's Triccpherus, Lyon'a I? Katnarion. Bccloa' llvperion Fluid. Bear's Oil. Rust OilPomatums, Ac , Ac. HAIR itRLSUES. Dressing Combs, Fine Combs. Barber's Combs, Gum Elastic do., Shell do , Tooth LitUshes, Nail Brushes, Shaving 'trashes &c liGAItS, TORACCO AND SNUFFS. 6 ,t0o U Cicars. varuns brsnd-. La&eLor'ne's Granoad. Twist and Fine Cut Ccewi. g Tobacco; 1 bbl. Maccabau Snutt ,-nau in Domes ana papers, uarrett it BcotcliBLUu, Macca bau, Ac, Ac, for sale by sept80 Druggists, No 2B Chet ry t G. W. HENDERSUOr, . DRUGGIST, Corner of Cedar Street and the Square, j'AHJl V1LLB 'IJS&'X, fX- HAS received the most of his Spring stock, X and has the pleasure of offering a most splen-Vj jwdid lot ot Lntjs and Medicines, and would Ta oiler tu the public the purest article ot everv kind, li ouly cecesuiry to say tuat all Medicines, and et ery articli 01a oy me are 01 toa oest quality. angt. 1. iv. utnutiiSHur. jiMtliMl L.1JIK, JLlUE isoidby tf an7. G W HERDERS1IOT. CONGRESS WATER, Lexii.gion Mustard, war ranted genuine, pure bundles and W ines tor stedir.. .rpuses. Id by U. W. HENDhRStiOr isirv iv ... u-111 ma a... .!.. i.:,tT,'n. O Sshnaps, said to be a verj gurd medicine, fir sai 0 li. W. HIsaogitjUUT PAINTS AND OILS wld oy ana7. U W. HICiDERSUOr. iu tl ty.iuK rvr s:e by 5 afs G. W. UESDFRHOT 5 aug7 G VV UWDERHOi IUUE DISTILLED .lost, W Al i,.i. au?7 ' 1 t.1Li .LaxAkl 1 ..1. . . .. u . tracts. variLUs kinds i.lo lha buai a aalitv cl i,lo.i Fortalebv t W UEsu-its it'l' VV IN DO V tLAs Various ir.-o lor sie io jr atiT G V. IILNDEKSU T UAN Y N KW AN D M EA li'l llvU L Articles a dea to my fctock of Fauci go-sls, s- ld by aug7 Ct V. UgNfiEq T. t'RANK LbbLIt'd uAZcilb oe t'aouiu:., u Ancast Just received by Augjst 2 J'HIV TORK TO DISSOLUTION. rUE copartnership hcretofon existing under the tlrtr and otvh of BROWN A GRUUBS. is this dav 01- ..Ired by mntnal consent Jo. (J. BuOa is elocw au:hc zei 1 1 use tbe name ot tbe arm m Iiq u'datton, Ar J 1st All G. BKOWN, Nashville, June 6, 1S55. W. B. GRUUBS. JO. u. IlivOWN. HAVING purchased the entire ir-:rest of Mr. W. B Ubitsl's. will continue the DRUG BUSINE S. a foruierly, at the old stand, where he will bo pleased to set his friends Ac, Ac No. 48, College Streeot My stock of Fanty Gooos, Perlumery, Ac, is now ven complete, having Teceived fresb supplies, selected b me of the firm in person, viz: Lubin's. Bazin's, and Mite!; el's Extracts; Ait ertcan Tinct. and German Cologne Wa ter; Fancy rkjaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every stjle i;iinnr. qi I Ktm w.-ttot. . iAm.i;. 1 t..tt..t. m. ;. . ....Mbauu .... k.. -J , oiuuiktibVllljaiilig, UUUIC, Metal and Glass Puff Boxes, several new styles Sbel Combs. large stck. Also, have on hand Indigo, Madder one ieaa. linseed wu. Turpentine je9. o tpiSllING TACKLE A lrge sloes eietied n oneof the firm, consisnir ef Genuine Limericl Hooks, plain and on Snoods also. Aberdeen, urureta leen, aud Common Limerick Hooks, a splendid assortment of Lines. Cable Laid Silk and Sea Grass, Spun an. Plated Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 b 4; Floats ol every vsriety Keeis, Jointed r.oas, uieoring Kings, ny hooks, 4c , Ac In shcrt. can sunnlr those who can appreciate fine Tackie with almost every thing they may need for the successor prosecution of this osetul calling. jes jv. u. iiKuwa, 43Uotleeest CIOD-LIVER OIL, 5 Gro genuiue Cod Liver Oil J just received from Rushton, Clark A Co's, by je jo. ll.liKOVN,43 Uollege st LEECHES, sale by -l,uu0 Swedish Leeches ou hand and foi JO G. BROWN, 43 College St 1)URE-JUANONGAHELA WHISKY. 5 bbl . . of the above just received, of prime quality; sold to us for six yearn old. jey ou. ix. uivi .s, .oucgp si. STONE WARE. 2 500 pieces Stone Ware, consist in? of Jars. Churns, Jutrs. Milk Pans, Butter Crocks Ac. of every size, just received. je'J JO. u. uitois.43uoliegest SORTER. AND SCOTCH ALE. Constantly on . hand. Baicbv. Perkins & Co-'a celebrated Loudon Porter and Meiu'a Scofch Ale. je9 JO. Q. BROWN, 43 College st pEAlll. .STARCH, 25 boxes ot a very superior j article 01 oiarcn, pisi received by je3 JO O BROtVN, 43 College st MEDICINE CHESTS. Just opened, a hue lot cl Medicine Chests, suitable for Families or PUntatioos Also, 2 dozen Phvsicians' Saddle Bags, assorted styles. je9 ' JO O. BROWN. 43 College st Southern Forwarding House W. H. GORDON & CO , Aeents tn Nashville for YOUNG, WYATT & CO., I WVATT A CO, Savanuah, I! a-, Charleston, South Carolina, FOBWABDING AGENTS & GENERAL C0KMISSI0S MERCHANTS. WE wonld respectfully announce to the Merchants of Nashville and vicinity, that we have secured the services ot tbe well known house ot Messrs. W. H. GOR DON A CO., whose pleasure it will be to present our for warding bills for collection at the counters of our patrons in Nashville. Our bills being made payable in Noh ille, will effectually do away with all the annoyauce and incon venience heretofore arising from having to purchase drafts, make remittances, leavo deposits, Ac. Ac. Goods consig ied to our care are inmriably forwarded tbe same day of arrival, unless discharged from vessel af ter the rail "oad depot is dosed for the night; when tins occurs, the goods are stowed in our fireproof ware-houses, andeocerfdoyinfurance,atnoadditionalcoritoourpatron. We wistld again return our grai etui thanks to mercharts generally iu Tennessee for the patronage heretofore so lib erally btst'iwed upon us and at the same time respectftdlj solicit their bnsine s S' long as they find it to their inter est to patronize our houses. YOUNG, WYATT & CO., Savannah, Ga, WYATT A CO., mavltf Charleston, R C. MRS GERTRf DP: J CHT'S HOARD ING AND Da V SCHOOL WILL res-.meiu. tie -ion u Monday. Sept l'th Cir cuTars m y be ob'ained on -ppiication atberresi dence, S W. c ireer Pine and Fiitet nth streets, Phlladei-ph-a, KsrssrKczs, Kev U. A. Eoartitcaa, D. D-fter Wm. (heater, D D, Kev J Newtoa Brown, D D., Kev. Henrr Darling. Rev. G. L Piatt, Kev. J. Gordon Maxwell, Phila de pbia. Hon Wm L. Marcy. Secre tury of S ate,- Judge F. V l)anil, u.reme ourt, L r WaUiinion oity, Rcy Thomas U fckinner. D. D. Rev Jt-el Pike'r, D D., New York; Rev. George Woodbridge. P T. Daniel, Jr Esq, Richmmd, Va Hon. Care Ji'hj.on, PretidentBankof Tenne5te, Naih vil.e, Tenn X. R Crrz.er, Comptioller; Nashville, Teun. teptS5 6m. Proposals for Cne.mnt OuK Dott.. WEtsb o contract for one thouracd cords of CheJ nut Oak Bark, d;livered i3 Na3hil!e, acnuallv. inlvH J. i.y'iFN x rl NDLEn. 150 ooxes ; f 1 iimm Mrjslrl di; tor sate by aui4 SBYMOUn. FANNIXG A i!0. CIGAKS, CIGARi. 20,000 extra Regalia Ugors. J well iusiiorted, Icnived tbis day by ;Ut21 WKS-JELLATHOMPSlirj VV ITE'S COU.VL'ERPEIP. UE rjtJCT OiC for September just receired by ttptS i. UAGAN BRO., llarket st MISCELLANEOUS. lrl, O Y D S - GREAT EtEAilSOAT TJVTILLbsreadyoaoraoout the twenty-Cmrth cf Oc CONTENTS. First application of Steam. Life cf John Fith Eheravintr of' his tint Pst Life of Robert Fultou Engraving of his nrrAmericin ixjat va lue uu-iioo niver. Bob"ti Folron and Liricgstnn's first Ohio River Boat correct tiixtnessiaii particulars. -Latrobe's first Boat. First Sieunville Boat. First Explosion on ths Western Waters; from aa Eve Witness. 3 ilapsof the Western Wa'ers; Towns, Citlei and Dis tances laid doWJ correctlr. List of Steamboat Explosions since 1312; Names of IT: 1 1 J ir 1 , .1.. I . a . n tuucunoa ivuuaueo; L1151 01 sieamooau now euoai. r rect Views of Pittaburir. Wbeelitir. Cincinnati. Louisville. St. Louis and New Orleans, in 1855, Sketch uf each place i-upuiauun, iiusiness, sc, txc; Fast Time of Bunts on the Ohio and Mississippi Kivors. List of Steamboat Olficers on the Western aters. The Newsteambont law With Comn.ents- Life boats Disasters on the Lakes names of lust, killed and woun- aea. - The injurious Tendencies of Monopolies:1 The High Waterinlsl0..b82,181f. List ot Plantations on the Miss.ssirni River. Important United States j-uprtrce Court Steamboat De- CISIOUS. With one hundred engravings, handsomely" bound, Price 1. - Orders from tbe trade solicited, and agents in every, town ana city 10 canvass tor tbe woifc. Address JAS T. LLOYD A Co., Cincinnati, 0. 3" E. D. FARNSWORTu, Agent, octt 6w ' Nasbvil'e, Tenn, SCOTT'a LITTLE GIANT IJUuN aND tu'OD MILL. . THERE are features connected with this Mill-worthy of consideration and close examination on the part of those wishing to purchase a Feed Mill. Its mechanical cunstiuction and adaptation to tbe pur poses designed, to orush and grind ear corn. Its great ca pacity, while doing aa immense work with extraordinary ease, its durability is anipij provided for. Tne complete and entire pbitablcness ot "ttie Little Giant, rendering its greater convenience Mr plantation and farm cse im.Osf. le. It requires no mechanical aid or bill ol expense to .ut it up, anv firm hand or servant can put up and set one unnhigia .hJifaa bctira time. Tbe-convenience with btch ihsswetp may be applied tq run horizontal as je most nsnal -or overhead, and the mill may be easily at ibed where; steam or.waler is used. The power it takes requirirg one and two horses. The quantity and qtulitj of product, 18 to SO bu-iheti of good Fed meal per hour, accordirg to thedegueof bnenes ground, and tbe Bize Tiill. It is the cheapest mill, all thtrgs considered, theie is before the public Another thtug connected with tbe Little Giant as a pat--nt, and worthy ot note, is the fact that there has been no latent iiight speculating or huckstering absat the couu try, as ts usual with the ttiuOiand bunging make shift im lements that are got up as a trade merely tu get mooey jy selliug crpalrcicg- off the patent right upon the credit ors then tbe machine to be abandoned by all parties as a lumb-Jg.on ihe other hand the Patentee and Pioprieturr it the Litile Giant Mills, believing that they can and dc emiined that they will supply ihe Agriculturalists and -tcck raisers ofcur country w 1111 a superior M 11, are pet . cauently ergjged in tbe business, and have over one hnc trtd thousand dollars invested in the raanufacintv of these mils, in the tasL .Vest and bouth. some -if these eat ib-ish- inentsemployirg90mensoel In this tusioess. So nigu- y are met-e mills appreciated, tbal fourlbouiacd bare ttoi aid witmn tbe past eighteen minths, nd theh'arieslant he most extensive Mauufaeturirs cf Agricultural im, ie .iais in the Untied States bave eagerly sought an inter st iu their mauuuctuie and sal" No impteut -nt has Lee. more thoroughly tested " to Ou f uexini has.ieretved so cumerousacd U-gb -esiim miaie uci dechonics Institutes and Agricultural AsxiJUoni nd uonj by roafcoa ot sununttai, practical-U'dtty and .ent have mote fairly ground their w.y into eery dsj tsiocdp puUrfavor'than S.siu's Lr.tle fnaat Corn an obltt. Orders ptoj p'i) Di.el. Ltberal discucat to dealers. UKOWN A AXD.-R-ON. oetl If No 40 -tarker . Jt m" -:'. Je- .s iMl'i ll,l,t, I I: f 1 ts-l.i. Chs.rtered by the General Assemyy of ihe Statu Ilx E uooie In tiluiion is per.oai,e:i.i. Uc-co, an t 1 r 'i surtiosssJ by anv s irnilsr estubl.srin.eu: in tr. Jnltcd States in potni of tacih.tes tor impurtinga tbomcgi tactical tcow 'saeoot me curie.- ni uts a.ccouuiaou liook-Keeping. This Department is uncer tne iiua,ediat4 supervision 01 he Preeideut of the Col'ece. who is apractical book kenpei, lavm? had manr vears' experience in some of tbe targua wuntiug-houa.-sin th Union. commercial j.iiiv. This Branch is under the suoerimendence of Jonx A JcFwttt l-"q , Member of the Nashville Bar,- who is t-i, videly known as a lawyer and orator to require anyfurthei uotice at our hands. The Course of Instruction embraces both Reading and liectares. Lectures will be delivered at night, so as not to interf.r. vith his professional engagements. mercantile Calculations by Wu. Ferbel, A M Under this bead is embraced every pecies of calculations necessary fur a boek-xeeper or busi uvss mi" to understand viz, interest, Discount, Less and 'Jain, Equations, Exchange, Ac Ac Terms or Tuition. Hook-Keeping, by Double and Single Entry, as applied to every variety ot business, both prosperous and advene i25 Commercial Law Lectures, includingthe ase of books. $15 Penmanship For twenty lessons, to be taken within ' " one month .. ... .. J5 For tiftv lessons, to be taken within three months.. $10 Jgf"The above fees are payable, invariably, in advance The Importance of this rule must appear obvious; as students enter for an unlimited period, with the privilege of review ing at any time during life, without extra charge. This School is in perpetual session, having no vexation: hence students may enter at any time and pursue then studies without interruption. Merchants and business men will be supplied with com petect bookkeepers by applying at this establishment. Good board and lodging can be obtained for (8 per week. No student will be taken for less than a full course, in whatever branches he pursues. Time required for a full course from six to ten weeks. J3f Address ' Southern Commercial Col!ege,Nashville, Tenn.'' ap'iT-otw&wly OrricE or the ManTLa.so Combulidated LtrrTtxiES, Ualtivoie. Jolt 1st, 1S35. ( All Ticket! ok Cetificate 'or I'ackir.ES or Ticxct., IK THE LOTTERIES aUTHUEIZED BI THE SllII Or .M1TLSD BE I K THE LJIllOGSirMED III1.11TOC 07 F. X. lirtKNAJi GzsxtaL Aotsr roa the Coktractok, is .ir otueei e rmi'Di Owing lo the numerous applications frrm all part of the coontry.tbe tnanrgenieni will slvo thir altoiition to the filling ot orders for lic&etsor t'ertlJcatej, In the Maryland Lotteries. Persons at a dfstance may eon3lentI; rely tpoii having their orders for Tickets promptly ailed, and the strictest con fidence tibaerreJ. Tbese Loltenes are drawn daily tn pnbltc in the CltJ nt Baltimore, under tbe superiuteDUecce of the. State Lottery Commissioner. Heavy Honds are given ld tbe State a aecu rlty for the pajuient of all frizes. The i-rlcus of Wliol. Uckeu ars from JlloSiM. Half and U'larU-r Tickets Iu proportion. 'fnere ire neverlesj than 23,000 Prizes in any Lottery, wnicb Prizes varvin aTinuniirom 31 iisiuu,t;uu, accorutcg lotlie price of Tielelj. For Injtanie Wlien ortce of Tickets LSI the htzhr.t "rlze is about S5.Mli. u . ( " S 4 JOHtMl tl tl i n 5 11 - i. t) (Kjy i ' i u u tt Q 4 u a i ti i to " " " " TU4)tU With numernus Prizes of 810,000, $5 .000, 8t,)i00,S5fJ0 ai'Ht, ke., lie. Persons can remit us any amount, from SI up wards, thst tliey wth to Invest on receipt of wbltb we tor wont iu value in Tlctets iu tile Lottery dui2nat.d by the pnrcbaaer,or, if none be deslriiated, then wait Lot'ery that will bedrawn ai'Urtli- buyer hxsirnt the tl' k-t in tiir jnwsi ion. An Official Scheme of ihe Lottery wilt be sect wits 1 tickets ordered, csre ully seated in an ordinary ei vlnpo and on tha dry lha Lnt.oiy U drawn Ibe oftlcial Drawing -will ttseu t, tofblber with a written "r.xpKbatlon 01 ti e result of tbo purchase. Tlie. Drawn Numbe a are also puMlmed In the dull) papers of the Cil) of llsliimoio, and lu Hie C11113 stlnal IniclliEtncer, C. A Circular coi.li.intD; all the Scheme, will be sen. to as; one- b addrct'ini; tb--"n''er8i8ii"f. AdJrcss orders for Tickets lo F. Xi BRENAN, ' ul)24, 16i4 ly No. -I Calvert H-. rjaliiqiore. Md. "PRXMllia B3iT AND bLCS 3IAMIFA0T02i. EUE1Y cLLLt.if, (Succewirto ILim-liou. & Fuller, t . TENHESSEE BOOT iND SHOE ItAK'iFACTO'-tY, Corner .tlarket and .spring ort buicli sts.. No. cviim T-au. GRATEFUL for the itber.l pain.nige bestoe-i up .bin Manufkcior. s ' ce its estioltshinent, .he 1 10 pt letoi teels determiiied o merit a couitucation illaeeiA us future. Ibavenow on hand good assortment. f rradj mad work; eon-isiirig ta'partM Men's, Bojs' and ) u he" Cat K.p and TUick B-p and Jsnoea; Nn-ira'Progoasj do tl sole; House -:t-rVa its 5 to-n, Ladies arid M.t.es Ouht. MV: rocni. aid Kid Boots and ?hcee, uTt made; from uod s'is.i in go"!! style an wannr-tcd ' ' ' Orders from Plaofrt In n '-fastets. Kit. road and Tore pike t iimpaaits TBSetiully stlicited. , (. All kinds of Rctinug dne. Coh pud for Hides EHHN F ULI J3R. X4T Bnnnir, ivblg, Ouzette. cd tlevilaua lljcne cop.an d-sontinueii-o'thar adrer' s fser-r m : BLOOD HI) STvCii KOft At K ' " rHAVi for ie a lat(.- number if You g i)U UA.U B LLh, p! tnd no' ciio:c strtk. irslutirt. my m-n Heru ull ind the Prem un Actd B!i Pi-, having br d 'rom rhem as lot g oj I -an wttboai pro-lujing t:io mini1! reIa'. OLrr!-j I also nve a ctu'.ter id hoe Vuui., JACKS for sate vers cheup, u.d u nnrnVrof t n 7 Tboroughhted STA LIONS and SAXON llUtK fcr evert bdr All bred ou a cheap scan,' and nuU sold verj I iw offering breeaers a chance tw tznp-uv- their livestock MAttK R. CutKRIiA. XST t wish to purchase 1- 0 good oae year Old mules, oca iwtrw&w , - - 1 1 jj SUISDHlES. A- S- EDWARD 3. Uholusale and Prodnce and Commission MereWls ... mil ssiuccrn. ao 5 BRUAD HTivEET. Vashrille, May kid, 1JS.5 sEtVANEK HO Us E, tu,h vllle, Tennesso. " BKID0E3 & SON, PROPSiETOEs iHIS destrable house nas laieiy oeex. enurely rttlitei . and n furnished, and there hsj also beeu added a nnm her ot laiga and beautiful 'Ooms, new dining hall Ac The house is centrally located, convenient to the Oene rai Stage office, ateasi Boat Landing, and the bumess portion of the city. . We are now prepared to accommodate the traveling pub lic and cur friends 13 general, in a style not to be stuv pas.se d" by any hotel la tha West ianeSQ BRIDGES A 80N, Proprietors. NEW BANKING HOUSE. OBX 9. JAM 18. a. WHSUSS. DATH P. JAMS JOHN D. JAJiES & CO., BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,. Tiezt Door to the Bank or Nashville, XASMYILUi TX. flLLlUt STXWABT. W. W. OWX&. STEWART & OWEN', usNcrAcrc&Eu or COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WAUE- -, No. 67 oUarket St, Nashville, Oext Door to If. It Vurdon Cb KEEP coustaatly on hand all kinds of improved Cool ing and Mutiny STOVS, Enameled and Plahv 11Vll'.Ll UKATOS. itC All kinds of Job Work executed with arrau n. lispalch. febS ly a. a. hooxc, s.s. wii r txi. mo. a. : JOIINSOX, IIORNE &. CO., WHOLESALE AND SET AH. GE0CES3. Jjtnmljxionand Forwarding Merchants, and StortrioC cotton ana toomco. 'ntr ofiJarUt and JlryottiOtSaAttCe.Tina. inly 8.155S. iVctiHEDtr A CARjMir.'IIAKT.. JiURSERVMEN, FLORISTS AND LANDSCAPE OAK- DENER3, LINW00D KTJBSEET, NASHVILLE, TENN , Tkrt MiUi from the OUu. on lis ITdLAortf 71im HAVE for sale Fruit Trees. Grape Vines, Ever- JSlr greens and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs. Rosea, jrceiihouse Plants, Osage Oraages for Hedges, Ac Uar tecs laid out or re-modsied. itouqneU to order at all an sons. fdeczS 12m KOBEltT JOYNT, (LATE OF rMITU. JOYNT A CO.,) C0M2HSSI0N. EECErSTNG AND FORWAEDINR "MERCiiAN 1', Wholes-ile and Retail Dealer in OR00ER1ES, PRODUCE AND LIQCORSL A'ASHVILLH. TA'X Strict atteution paid tu all orders from the SouUC junel6 TO OEALEBS IN OIL CLOTHS rHE unders.gctd being Iwrely engaged 111 manufactur ing Oil Cloths, hait mado arran?emects to sell bis ova nannf.ictured iro-ids. Toe stoci in store Is eomnlete. the quantity ensurpas-ed. and the pr.ces at which h can af- cru 13 sen, canuot laii 10 give satisfaction. ius sices consuls 0: Floor Oil Cloths, Fro n i 10 13 feet wida new citterns. Oaka Trt Uarble and Tiiee C:rringo Top OH Cloths Ob Ducks, Drills u.aMu lm, snu.eled osd plain snrfaw, Taule Oil Cloths, i Jo 6-4 wide in the piece and patuern,sxrpriortoLtia io-..-ted. Stair Drugget Oil Cloths, &e.. .Warehouse 7a rcu o.. bulow Ihird, Pm'adelphia, pa, THOMAS POT1LR, a-p 7. dSm. -Manafacturer. J. II. CURHEV. CABEI5T 2S. EE3 A1T2 TJS DERTAKE2 BEGSLdAVhtoiutonn bi trietas and thr -jujjjl--. public gwucrally, tna he e6 cunsantlt cSrZ r. hand Colhns ot every deecrip'ion, from the plainest ii.ii. u tLiuun jieuiic air-iigai ana cir-exbausted i.er ns. the bri now a ne for preserving the Corps; together- i-u L7sa usrstB una nones, ana ereryunog aeiosarj 1 uuriais Id uraer tefl at mr tr ire-room, N'i-.6l CooperV Bnllrhrgi ptw. n r irrotlr aiu-ndeu trt boil daj Lt - V 11 e knL.i- ..i.u . , t, tr.tte' t'i ;f rtet. i I'ate. uyie f nurei'itbiK .'oasre ffcioir" 1 - 1-- a Um-i.oar und ' ef tHr-tsi to rery uo tui ue. nitre tunx.ilirlT ts 1-utiti (jpicersfosr .r a-idi i.titctii cr -tae ihetx'UMr in tLs btsis g ir.letfW iti.or.fuss 1 w.l.ieur-j feervL & I l-i lfeS .ttiltlMLIsW. Apply OlVia TWiei. pp H .4-ll . .- s. 1 C 1 tit 1 In- . . . ' . 0 Ct -in 1 CaJit are ppmi. unoed 0 itl sSo Oaie.t- liEiu.i.themlo btn cs. n tht nwrke'. Fc- ike gn?aoiiBttej ouzh to hav ihi preterence over 1 ut 'in : 1 t. Vhty are tbe cbeapwt-Quarts $1 50; Cuirts i'JO id The s are an mpioversent uirn tbe Wittchell flm. 1. tne wax is h-id in iu phce by a'fl wgs, and iscumpell- u uMte iob c-nttr ur iiut. fid 1 -llrs are mace uf heavv tin and hr ihn 1 it irnrV. i.en-.-cnni t foi.. ir eotnnatd With any otherr, to bs pro- ,'iuuctu U9 cry tor supeniir iih. The oiiij dm- back stbat tbe are of NashviRt uianofocture i or if w bad brcucht them from tiucin. uti or Tliiwn tast" and added a s"-anze rimi to thm there is no doubt but that we miht hare ;old an iaferior iitideatamncbrdva cod price W e have Isu for sale Mom for eleanlmront Fruit Can- an article ot great cocte.uence A SL UE tilth i-Olt CAJMCKILS. A rY WIFE bavmir labcred under one on hr hi east for ItJL sometime, and bavinc tried different treatmant E concluded to undertake it myself, sod inles than three months I affected a complete enre although she hud teem given up by her friends as being beiond the reach of any cure, she has for tbe fa t year enjot ed betterbetltb than sbo had for many tears oreviousjtnd has since nnn birth sob. Una child, wWb she nurses herself I have also treat! several other cases, and have net with the same success. Mr treatment is not the using of the Knife, or Caustic, o Mercury, but it is purely egeiabl& I also profess to cure other diseases, sues as Female Diseases and Ulcere. scronuia, rues, na all disease ongineticg lo like man ner. All I ask of per ons afflicted with ar.i of the above named diseases, is to give me a trial. Where there is oo cure there shall be no charge Further information can be obtained by calhng on me.orbv letter at No 12TNort!i Market street JONATHAN TUOMAA ju;y3 tlui wdto KtJCElVEO Ol' EXPltKSS. Al-EWDoiea Pairs Ladies' French Heel'd Gaiters; Ladies Sup Congress-tiee I'd Boots; " Brown Congress Gaiters, of the latest styles and. very handsome; opened this dsy, by JOHN RAM AGE. 41 College strett t ) I BOXES Bar .Soap; ii do Star Candles: ?00 do Summer do: 00 do Virginia Tobacco best brands in atoro and for sale. septa W If. GORDON A CO. J. 0. & C. ROBERTSON'S BREAD & CRACKER BAKERY, CONFEC TIONARY, AiC, No. 21 Broad Street. WK are now f prpared to furnish our old, and new cus tomers with gocd Cheap Bread, vie S-l loarr to tbedollsr. Butter, Boston, Soda and Sugar Crackers Itesh every day. Ju t receiveil by Railrnad. direct Irom New York, a larg assortment of S S Almond, Cream Nuts, Filberts, Eng lish Walnuts. Ac. Fresh Currants, Citrons, Ground Gio eer. Spice. Pepper. Ac Also, a fine lot of real genunire Puerto 1 nncipe 0ijJr3. PUMPS iiieu tin asrortmenl of aMa and Cider Pnrapa with silver topa The Cider Pipe., and Pumps "are mada of uure llriianta Metal, so that aciuLoa an effect on tbem. J. G AC. ROBERTSON, an2S It 21 Broad t. TUST RECEIVKD FROJI CINCINNATI. t) A LOT OF NEW ALK. aaaenrtrcla. Also, 5o"bb tsbf Western Reserve CHEESE, frtsb. J. (V. A C. ROBERTSON. tcp27-tf BroUwiy: D iG rJEER E0TYPE3 ! -EASi7EliBE0TiT?E5 1! CHARLES C. GIERS would respectfjlfy iaforra hia J cuhtomers, and the Udies partit.ularl, ta he has re moved fn.ia Odar Vtreet tn the corner cf Deurfcrick and and Collet streets, over Uriwne's, where he will be glad to see all who are in wunt office and life like pictures. Ha iiui gone b great expense in titticg np powertul stde and fkv lights and his rooms are. fi ied np in elegant style. Ua-bat eugsged the Prrnces of experienced and pobie op era ors,a.-d is. determined tcmsV- his the Mudef f-sub-tr.hmtnt of tbe rsuiu West, and feels aasa-ed that he wil Liable to give satUJaciisn. IiBinritcitheuutlic tocalltrd txamiue his speameoa .is two soe lias 0i." Psint'ngs, by tbe old masters, just r. cetvd tnn Euirj), whicnSt offuri for sale very low. tall at -be ccmerofiJea.iencirsrst end the Sqnue. N. B an -xjenii.eed operator a. ways ready .canj' -otit-deor wrk, Mtcb as taking buildings, decoasec persom, ftc. jaal't if J, LtlJlSKKAtf CU. Dt'.VLEi.S IN AND IMpi RTEKS OK SIDE?. OIL, LEATHER, AHD rtNDIUCS, Vt. 31 otfc Kitrfet Stti-ei, Nushvillc, Teru. .4 1 L re p.Li. h m-iw yrsi to call and exomttt oar 11' I rjssiit.i . Taumrs tii,. c.k ar-t riirn- to-. s.ie Lj.iha., Sf :u ll nrs.. ind 'ipdm Lraiher, C: ki t-. t.Vr I't.nn a a Amefcts El ma itrSstw.' ;etl' .-ilas 11PC.S ar.i: t.,0 CuIoWj K(i; Pi)-.. 'h.I..-.AiiS PcM'3 E.d,Bg .-vkM e, 3t Ires. S h Tre.v t.rmi... ' lamps 1. ti. u.d br FeV. Sh-lc sailt krt Web. Ol t 1 L Tr" - C iKcEK. c Mll.--S asi u gfc.KMiaisairLraem of Itoo .jdSaftjMneJtertir-i'a 't- ba 1 audi r.d.Eg3 I'sJevMg rf-cia ifTer rtn-ng tuCrnvrnentr, w solicit t .r. t itoi putroauge. J. LCVS uES A CC. july 17.1fcs; 1 IlLJI Sl UfcAt TIf Ul.llcli.LtlAs.i.O.' t. . 1.1 GC IiL P'-t. sA, t.; ;t a are cut- aSbfi-x Sir SHU lois. o, 87 e8, 9 ai.d Oit. fn M'hhai3'Aedirir, a t.b C.mtroJ pwjojeear.d Hots.u-ueei .louiir.19 leoi. a , L'.scobi-i. a a rutuutg back 17i 'eat on Houo'a slrest, to n atly ofeatwice Tl Jxu 1 itva u o n os cummaidrg building siusin ali bdgefe d; are dsuitly c.ivere-1 iib bsDdnma firott tries, and rf dttpsii!. fhry are hitnated abi o. half wav baiwi tse hausscea rcside-icesotDr aicly'd A'. W o to-,E sj .nad beVwt-3 calberlond Mreel ood ifielby Aveun f e hundr4 feat' wide. Apply won to J. L. A R W A.MYi N. lioctfO iw -- . tSwrry at.