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DRY GOODS.
GABDNERjSHEPHERD & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
;v: "Shoes Hats,
... 7 AND
STE. AuW GOODS
KO.,60 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHYILLE, TENS.
FrUIt TO PIVE HUNDRED CASKS o
H ATS, ROOTS AND SHOES, suited to Winte.
bales, nave been added to our Stock by very recent ar
rivals, to which we particularly in ite the attention of tht
Trad. oct27 GARD.NER. SHEPHERU i CO.
NIVERSITV OF NASYILLE--MEDICAL
DEPARTMENT. The IsrsooucroRr Lacrrct fc
tbe regular course in Ibis Department vrill be delivered
on Mosp AT next, October 29. at TU o'clock, p. m., at tht
Christian Church, br Prof. JOHN il. WATSON, M. U.
The ladies and eentiemen of Nashnlla and its vicinity
are very respecfiuUy ihv.ed to attend.
. . , J. a LIND3LEY,
oct27 2t Chancellor of the University.
IXew Fall and Winter
J, H. TRIGG & SON,
NO. 6, UNION STREET,
ARE now opening a splendid assortment or FALf
and WINTER GOODS, to which they would
Invite thettttentlon of the public, believing that they can
make it to their inter est to coll and examine heir stock be
tore purchasing else where. They flitter themselves that
their stock is as well selected as any in market, and thai
they can stll at as low prices tOB CASH.
Our stock comprises every rar'ety of Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods, Buca as splendid Brass Silks, Raw Silks"
Mnslln DeLaines, Plaid and Solid Merinos, Carhmeres
Alpaecas, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Uunder
aleeve,Cbeniisetts, Collars, Cloaks, Cloakings, Cloths and
Bed Blankets.
We have also on hand every variety of Gentlemen's
Goods, Cloths, Trench Uoeskin, Fancy Cassimeres, Shirts,
Collars, Cravats, Drawers, Under Shirts, Ae., Ac.
J. H. TRIOR SON,
octal lmdAw No. 5 Union Street
WHOLESALE.
XoR&SjX & Co.,
ARE now in Teceipt of their complete Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Embracing every variety of English, Scotch. German,
Italian, French and American Maple and Fancy Dry
Goods, which thev are prepared to oiler to their customers
and the trade generally, at figures -vuich they think will
be aoceptabletoeyen the closest buyer
Tbev have on hand, and are dkily reevving heavy sup
plies of all widths and weights ot votton Goods, manufac
tured in this State an J ottiers of the Soith and West
They still continuo the Agency of the Sparta, Franklin
and other heavy goods, suitable for wheat and grain sacks.
8tpt2 No. 4'J Public Squire.
NEW STORE.
1. C. Nicholson & Co.,
HAVE LOCATED AT NO. 22. PUBLIC
SQUARE.
w
rITH AN ENTlKh. NEW STOCE OF STAPLE
AND EANCV
DRY COODS,
of the newest and latest styles, and of the best quality; all
of whWs will be sold at the very lowest prices. We par
ticulnrly invite all tf our friends, and those in wantof
gwA and cheap Goods to call on us at No. 22. and we will
ufce great pleasure in showing our Stock. We think it
will be to tho interest uf all to conic and look for them
selvex. Oapl6 tf
TIios. P. Anderson & Co.,
("CC0KS1OR3 TO BKSJ F. SHIELDS & OJ.)
Commission, Receiving & Forwarding
JHJGRCHAKTS.
NO. 87 NATCHEZ STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
Benj- rTsiaields,
NO. PUBLIC SQIURE.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
AGENTS FOR TEE ABOVE.
octll tt
FRESH ARRIVAL OF FALL A1W WINTER GOODS
ash. axusox.
T. aKDCUSOtr.
W. D. it LkSAXlX.
ALLISON, ANDERSON & 80.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOEESTIO DRY GOODS,
"Ready Made Clothing,
No. 41 Public Square,
SASH r ILLS, TLMNSSSSJS.
TE are now in rsceipt of our FALL AND W1NTEK
v
GOODS, embracing a loree and well selected stock
ut rOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, together
ritti an assortment of READY MADE CLOTUING,
t?hich we offer to the trade on terms that cannot fail to
f iv satisfaction. We solicit a call from those visiting' our
irarictt,and shall take pleasure m exhibiting oar stock ana
pries to them. AUiAbUX, ajuhiuu. a w.
pt8 2m
FALL, 1855.
T. & W. EAKI3V & CO.
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods,
Nnshville. Tcnn.
"VTTUULD now call the attention of Merchants to
VV their Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Jur.t opened Ihev give assurance that the presentStock
will be f und to be the most complete ever ctfared in this
place, and 10 be composed of a splendid assortment of La
dies' Drets Goods, Mantles, Ac, together with a heavy
stock of Staple Goods and Jtraily .Hade Clothing,
all of whicn bos boei purchased on t-ucti terms as will en
able them to sell at prices tbat will compete with goods
purchased in any market Cash buyers or prompt time
dealers will find it to their interest to examine their stock.
sept6 tf.
Negro Clothing.
MORGAN At CO.,
NO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Kr.r-1 COUMaimv lur rnio iuio etuviw ouu cit-ut T&
riety of NEGRO CLOTUING, consisting of BLAN
KETS, JEANS, LINSEY, heavy Woolen Bocts, all the
together with a great variety of Goods suitable for flour
and grain aacKS, us wen as couun pic&er s oegs.
oet7 ly.
LATEST STYLES FANCY GOODS.
TTTE DAVE RECEIVED AN AtSOHTMENT OF
W NEW STYLES,
FANCY FRENCH CASlMbKES,
FANOY PLUSH VELVET. AND
RICH SILK VESTING3, FOR
FALL AND' WINTER WEAK.
which we are prepared lomsVe up to order in the latest
STYLES.
The inspe-tion of our cusiomers and the public is soli-
Cited. a. ADiiuii,
gepl tf Na 15, Odarstret
EXPERIENCED AGENTS WA1ITED.
A Book for Every Man's Library "
A GENTS wanted in all parts of the United States bv J.
J. U. Colton A Co., No. 172 WilliamStreet, New York,
tor the "Comprehensive Geography and History, Ancient
and Modern, ol the Whole W orfi," by S. G. Goodrich,
late American LAnsui ai rara ii eier raney;; elegant'
ly bound and beautifully illustrated. Price 8. It can.
not be had at the bookstores. Each Agent will hare a cer
tain section. Rare inducements offered.
"No family whatever should be without it." Home
Journal.
NASHVIXLK ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
EXSKMEXT 8I0BT OF TIIE CHIUSIIAX CUCLCIt.
CHEItKY STREET.
PRINCIPALS CHARLES HESS & HENRY WEBER.
DEPARTMENTS. Tha system of infraction adopted
for this Academy is the same as that pursued in the
Hoyal Academy in Pat is, and comprises firo departments,
Tic Primary, Frcshmnu, Sophomore, Junior,
and Senior; to which is added a Recapitulation
Department, designed for those who intend to adopt
Jtasic ao iiuicviuu.
TERMS PER BESSION.
Primary Department $20 00
Fire lessons a week, one daily, Saturday excepted.
Freshman Department f25 00
Foar lessons a wwk, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Fndiiy.
Sophomore Department $30 00
Three lessons ont v.ee, Monday, Wednesday and
Frids i the succeeding week Tuesday, and Thursday
Junior Department ......(35 00
Lcrsons Mme in number and in days as in the Sopho
more Department
Senior Department $i0 00
TwolessooB a week, Monday andTutsday.
Recapitulation Department $G0 00
Lekaons daily, Satuiduy xctpted.
la all the foregoin; Depirtmeuts, tha Piano and
Gaitar are the only inBinimrnn uught
EXTRS.
Instruction on the Harp, two lessons a wek per sess. ?15
- in Vocalixition
in ' Italian style 45
to clatses cf gentlemen on the Vtolin,
Fiut, Clarionet, Ac, two evenings a
Week $15
ZST All tuition fee dne on the entrance of the pupil.
One ltfsou a week in Sacred Music given to all pupils
&m of charge.
.o chwge will be made for the use of Instrument.
Hualoond Music Books furnished gratis to the pupils, who
will be permitted to retain them as their own property at
the close of the session.
Pnpils will be received at any time, and charged from
the period thej enter to the close of the session. The at.
tendance of pupils will be required during the lesson only.
Tre Acsdtmio Year will be divided into two sessions:
the one commencing on the 2d Monday in September, and
dosirg on the last Friday in January, the other commen
ing on the 1st Monday in February and closing on the 3d
Fndtvin June.
J3f" Pupils intrusted to their care shall receive closest
ration, and if unwearied assiduity on the part oftheia
strnctors can avail, they shall not fail to an am tha elera.
Ud standard of proficiency to which they may aspire
Application to be mnde at the Academy.
octtf tf
fy ODEY'S LAD1 'S BOOK, for November, jnsUeceiv-
INSURANCE.
TENNESSEE MARINE.
Fire Insurance Company
15 0,000!
rFFICE North-West Ccrner of tho Public Square','
V over Uver Pearl's Eichange umee, tuej r"' . c
ntfil nn n,v.iiin. nH mhflr Houses. Goods in Store
against Loss or iMmsge by Fire. Alto, Marine ond River j
nazaras; iron ana 10 mi i'urm.
ALSO
Negroes iigiiinst the dange'rs of the River.
D1BECT0RS.
JOHN M. HILL. JOSEPH VAULX,
JAMES COKREY, THOMPSON ANKKSON,
i. M. FOGG. V. A. OWEN.
ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS,
R.U. GARDNER, N. E. ALLOWAY,
W. 8. EAR IN.
JOStPU VAULX, President
A. W. Bltlic, Secretary. nitw octS tf.
NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL
INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL $100,000.
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organised, according to
Charter, is prepared, to write Policies against LOSS 01
DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings,- Goods, Warer. and
Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against loss
or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation on
the most lavorame terms.
Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates.
Orncr No. 86, corner of Square and Cedar street
DIRECTORS.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMES WOODtl
JOHN fcURKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
HENRY HART, Jc, R, C. McNAIRY,
TU08. W. EVANS. HUGH McCREA,
WESLEY GREENFIELD
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
Juris Waixib, Secretary.
Nashville, April SO. B w o
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S
Insurance Company of Nash.
vzlle.
Csipital $100,000,
Chartered by the Stute.
This Company is now in success
n;. ful operation, ond is prepared to
JkImi. take risks on Buildings. Goods.
and Wares and Merchandize, against.
LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Alan, on Goods. Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes een
erally, against the Ssax, Rivebs, and Inland Tax-sapo sta
tion, unon as favorable terms as any Office in the City.
Office No. 25, on College street, opposite the Sewanee
House. w . u. hat fjus v a, freaident.
John S. Dassiilx, Secretary. my 1 , '55
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE H?8URANCS COM
P ANY. CAPITAL $160,000.
OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL & 1 O'S. EXCHANGE
OFFICE.
rhey will make insurance on Houses and Goodsof every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against Are
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
me usual terms. J uiu ji. tuiiu, i reaiaem
Joseph Vauli. Secrctarr.
DiBECTOHS. Alex Allison. John M Hill. F BFoeevG M
Fogg, James Correy, Jno M Boss, Joseph Woods, Robert
tl uaruner, Mattnew atson, t j umie, jasoD aicua?'
o:k. janl
JVOrV IS TOUR CHANCE!
SOUTHERN Mil ITARY ACADEMY
L 0 TTER Tl
(BT AtriHORITr OF TOR STATE Of ALA.,)
Conducted on tk4 Ha tana plan.
UNPARALLELED SCHEME FOR SEPTEMBER-
CLASS W .
To be Draws 8th Nov., 18S5, in the City of Montgomery,
when fruee amounting to
$60,000
will be distributed according to the following
Inimitable Scheme !
If you draw the lowet Prize you get the cost of vou tick-
B(, wimou ueaucum, nua rgmcujuer otery x rito
is drawn at each drawing.
LOOK AT IT I
ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TEN TICKETS 1 !
CAPITAL PRIZE, 20 ,000 1 1
SCHittK:
1 Priia of.
1 da ,
1 do ,
1 do
1 do
10 Prizes of.
10 do
$50,000
5,000
8,000
2,000
1,000
600 are 5,000
220 are 2,250
150 are 1,500
100 are ,500
50 are 4.000
20 are 4,000
10 are 6,300
20
4".
80
200
630
do ,
do
do
do
do
1,000 Prizes in all amounting to.
...160,000
ONLY TEN THOUSAND NUMBERS I
Tickets IO. Unites 85.-Quarters 92 SO.
Hf Every prize drawn at each drawing.
rf Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
I5T" AU communications strictly confidential.
SAMUEL SWANN, Agent and Manager,
Sign of tho Bronze Lions,
Montgomery, Ala.
3J Thos. Welsh and Justus Wyman, Esq's, Sworn
Commissioners to superintend the Drawing.
Parties wishing to order Tickets in the above
Scheme, will pleaee address SAML. SWAN, Box 853,
NASHVILLE POST OFFICE, when tickets will be imme
distelv forwarded to their address oct5 td
BY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery.
Beautiful Scheme for November Class 0.
To be Drawn Nov. iSd, 1S55, in the City of Atlanta, Geor
gia, when Prizes amounting to
$ 30,000
Will be distributed according to the following Magnificent
Scheme! If your draw the lowestprize you get the cost of
vourticket, without deduction. jAnd remember every
Prize is drawn at each Drawing.
1,000 PRIZES.
ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TEN TICKET.
CAPITAL PRIZE. 810,00a
SCHEME:
1 Prize of 10,000 is 10,000
1! do 2,000 are 4,000
8 do 500 are 1,600
11 do 50 are 2,750
18 do 100 are 1,100
17 do 75 are 1,275
43 do 50 are 2,150
88 do 25 are 2,075
1,000 Prizes amounting to $30,000
ONLY TEN THOUSAND NUMBERS!
Tickets ?5. .Halves $2 CO.. Quarters 1 1 25.
Tickets in this great Scheme are for sale by all respect
able dealers in the United --tales and Canada.
Bills on all solvent Banks tuken at par. All communiea
tions strictiv confidential.
r3F Parties wishinir to order Tickets in the above
Scheme, will please addrefs SAML. SWAN, Box 858,
; AsiiviLrL.1. rusi urriw, wneu jic&ets win oe im
mediately forwarded to their address.
SAMUEL SWAN.
oct27 td Agent and Manager. Atlanta, Ga.
Havana Plan Lottery.
or.
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY,
by Authority of the State of Georgia,
MACON, GA.,
This Lottery is conducted on the plan of the Royal Lot
tery 01 Havana, 01 siagte uuiuuera aauuruwn ui i;uiv
CKKT HALL. Macon, Ga.. under the sworn snperin
tendenceofCol. Geo. M. Logan, and A. Nisbit,
Esq.
Remember every Prize is drawn at each drawing, and
paid when due. in rail, witnoui any aeaucuon.
GRAND SCHEME FOR NOVEMBER 15.
When Prizes amounting to
$50,000
CLASS G,
Will be distributed as follows :
CAPITALS.
1 Prize of $12,1.00 I 1 Prize of ?5,00tf
1 Prize of 3,000 I 1 Prize of
1 Prize of 1,500 I 1 Prize of
I Prise of 1,100 I 5 Prizes of
10 Prizes of 400 1 10 Prizes of
12 Prizes of 120 I 20 Prizes of
CO Prizes of 60 S56Priies of
23 Approximation Prize of
408 Prizes amounting to $50,000.
2,000
1,300
1.000
150
100
25
S60
ONLY 10,000 HUMUkKa.
Every Prize drawn at each drawing, and paid, when
j..- : f..n :iiuM.f rloftiintinn. Orders fitrietlr ennfiden.
UUt", III lull, it i .-". i x
tial. Drawings sent too-ders. Registered letters at my
riSC -Bill1 VU NHIClil "
Tickets 885 Halves 91: Quarters 82.
3J- Address JAMES F WINTER Managor, Maoon.Ga;
Oil, UtIA 1 vr. IU, 1.A3U hiuk a .
ff" In all cjjb Orders will be promptly attended to.
oct27 td
SNUPP AND TOBACCO,
PETER LORILLARD,
MANUFACTURER, No 42, Chatham Street,New-York.
O UCCESSOR to Psraa and Gaoaos Loriixaed, offers
fm. ..In all kin is of Snuff and Tobacco in eeneral use.
vX. .Criilnn. & Prie Ourrtitt can be obtained br ad
dressing ae above. This Establishment is one of the old
eat of tne kind in the United States.
Feb 14 ly.
D. D. COPP,
C0MH2BSI0N AND F0RWARDIN MERCHANT,
Savancxh. Ga.
ADVANCES will be made by the subscriber on con.
signmenU of Produce generally to the above named
lmuse JOSEPH NASH,
Mpt6 sm aoBtn-east corner uonegc mm vmurcii in.
rpAKE NOTICE. We have now got our STEAK
I iTf IKK SAW MILL in full operation, and have any.
quantity of SAWED FLAGGY on hind And also, our
CORN MILL will be lound ready at all hours of the day
to grind core for customers, at the rate of twenty bushels
per hour, at the ordinary prices. SAMUEL HASLAM
t(v? fA J AS. W FELTS.
HI nc.K aurjerior India Matting for tale extra cheap
Zri at No. 16 Public Sqaare.
HgBssmsmBBam
AN ADVERTISEMENT THAT APPEALS $0 TIIE
SOUND SENSE OF TIIE COMMUNITY
STANDARD JlfcDICINES.
The following nnequallcd scries of Family Medi
cines may be depended upon with tho utmost
confidence. They hare the approbation of
the best physicians in .he country, and
. oro recommended by all who have
used them as superior to any
family medicines known.
Ther have been before the Public
FOR TEN YEARS,
During which time mora than 5,000 certificates har
been received from eniminent public men
and others, and are now on file at
the Company's Office,
They are Compounded
With the utmost t-kill, and the ingredients are thor
oughly tested by scientific chemists, so tbat
medicines of a uniform and reliable
quality are guaranteed
in all coses.
THE GRAFENBERG
Vegetable Pills,
Are particularly valuable for the prevention and cure
of Fevers in general, Billious and Liver Com.
plaint, Jaundice, General Debility, Common
and Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Heart
Burn, Costiveness, Griping, Urina
ry Diseases, Obstructions of the
Menses, Influenza. Asthma,
and lor a variety ot other
Chronic Distases; in
fine for all ordi
Barvfauiilruscs. FullDirections for the varions Diseases accompanying
eacn oox. 1 rice is 3 cents a oox.
Dysentery Syrup.
A speedy and mumble remedy in Diarrhoea, uyeen
tery, Bio idy Flux, Cholera Morbus, Cholera In.
tantam, and the Asiatic ciholera, if taken
with the first symptoms, viz : vomitiag
oad diarrhoea. It never fails to cure
the worstpossible casesof bowel
complaints generally in a few
hours, seldom beyond a
dav. It is Purely
Vegetable, and
taken in
almost
any quantity is perfectly harmless.
THE GRAFENBERG
Green Mountain Ointment.
Invaluable for Burns, Wounds, Sprains, Chilblains,
Corns, Sores, Swellings ot all kinds. Rheuma.
tism, Erysipelas, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Ul
cers, Pains in the Sido and Back, imme
diately relieved, Inflamation of the
Bowels, and for all cases whero
there is inflamation,
MARSHALL'S
Uterine Catholicon.
A certain cure for Piolapsus Uteri, and for most of
the distressing corrplamts incident to Females.
Prepared by Dr. TUEO. POMEROY, of Uti
ca. solely for the Grafeuberir Company.
The other Grafenberg Medieiues are
EYE LOTION.
HEALTH B1TPERS.
CONSUMPTIVE BALM.
CHILDREN'S PANACEA.
FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
LIBBY'S PILE OINTMENT.
SARSAi'ARlLLA COMPOUND.
THE GRAFENBERG
MANUAL OP HEALTH.
A eomnleid hand-bonk of medicine for families. Price 25c.
AISO Tbe famous BED BUG BANE, a certain cure
(or Bugs. Price 25c iorsaleby
septS ALEX. MACKENZIE. Naville,
And by all Druggists in town and country.
REMOVAL
The SOUTH NASVTLLE MANUFACTURING C0K? ANT
I rAVE removed their uepot tor uiiuo nan ouiiaj
ri Tna Vn-l a COLLEGE STREET. South of Sorinr.
whare thev will be pleased to attend to the calls or their
customers. They keepconstantly on hand every variety of
F U li JX 1 1 U li 1 l
Thankfnl for the liberal patronage heretofore rece'trod,
they solicit a continuance of the same, and hope to give
general sausiaction. n. n. uauujiu,
W. L. Naxcb, Sec y.
Nashville. Jan. 18 . 1855 tf
President
J. G. FELLOWS,
DEALER IN LA.ND WARRANTS,
No. 17 Deapibics Stoket.
(Opposite the True Whig Office,)
Niishville, Tenn.
jtjT" Persons sending Land WarranLstomebymailcan,
if tier nrefer. direct them to Fall A Ccssixqham.
I will through them, tnnsmit to the owner without delay,
the menesi morsei pr ce m vuu.
octlO w.t. 1st Jan.
CO-PARTNERSaiP
X HAVE this dav associated with me in the Grocery and
I Commission business. Mr. THOMAS J. SCOTT. The
business hereafter will be conducted under the style of
RUSSELL A SCOTT, at the old stand ofD. W. Rureell's
No. 50, Broadway. sepus oa.
. TL BUSSILL. T J. BCOtT.
RUSSELL & SCOTT,
Wholesale Grocers,
F0RWARDLNG and commission merchants,
No. 50, Bboadwat,
Nashville, Tennessee.
sept. 19 tf.
M M. VAKWIIV.
ATTORN I Y AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY
Huntsville, Alabama.
Will practice in the countieof Jackson, Madison, Marshall
auu ueixaiu,
Rbxekexczs R. H. M'Ewen & Wilken,
W. A. A J. G. M'CIelland,
Morgan A Co.,
James Whitworth.
tepl, '55. 8m.
Third Large Importation
FOR TIIE FALL AND WINTER OF 1855.
RC. McNAIRY A CO. will open th;s dav a very large
a stock of rich and desirable Fancy Goods. This
stock has been bought in the last ten days in New York
and principally 'or cash. This will enable us to sell at
very reduced prices to cash and prompt buyers. The pub
lic ore respecnuiiy inviicu 10 can auu eiamuie ineir
Rich Flounced Robes for evening dresses;
do do do for day and dinner dresses;
do Brocades;
d Moire Antiques;
do ileus DeUames, entirely new;
do Cashmeres, do do;
do Oashmero Robes de Chambre, entirely new;
do French Calico do do. do do;
With very many other desirable goods. Call and see them
alL
We shall be opening new goods every night this week
Wuicn wo win utse pi asuro m cxaiumcg me urxb morn
ing. oct28 R C McNAIRY A CO.
WRAPPINGS POJt FALL AND WINTER.
TITE will open on MONDAY. 24th inst, the largest
yy Btocs 01 ui.uAAB, MAariLOias, &c., &c, ac..
Ever Offered in this City. All persons nanting a
nice article in this way would do well to give us a call, as
our Stock embraces every thing new, ranging in prices
Om&tOl00. li. U JlOAlltl iE uo.
sej.22 tf.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
SEALED proposila will be received at the Engineer's
Office cf tbe Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, in
Nashville, until Thursday. November 1st, 1855. for GRAD
ING the extension of the toad from its present terminus to
Broad street, it distance of one mile. Also, for building
the MASONRY AND STREET BRIDGES, and furnish
ing the TRACK TIMBER. The profile and plans of the
wort can oe seen, ana any inriuer miormaiion oDiainea,
at tbe above omce. a. Art ij.ksu:m ,
octl7 Stw. R. Eng. T. & A. R. K. Co.
A. Kerr & Co.,
STORE NO. 21 CEDAR STREET
KASUYILLE:
TlIRF.CT IMPORTERS OF THE REAL
HAVANA Segars, Virgin'a Chewing and Smoking To.
banco, French Brandies, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin-
Vr ines, uoraia's, f ruits, ic jmyw
REMOVAL.
THURSTON & BERNARD have, removed to No. 16
Public Square, next door to Calhoun's, where tbey
will ha hannr to shov their customers a first rate stock of
Dry Goods, consisting of Black, Brown, and Blue Broad
Cloths; Black and Fancy Cassimeres; Vesting;., Gloves,
Hosiery, ciavats, uandkcrcniets, xc.ac.
THURSTON At BERNARD,
No. 16 Public Square,
(Next door to Culboun's.)
WE now have on hand a beautiful stock of French
and English Merinis, Plain Plaid and Ambre
shaded oil wool DeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Man
chester DeLaines; Plaid, Red, Yellow and Lite Flannels,
all qualities. Also, a complete stock of Staple Goods,
Servants' Goods of all kinds, to which we invite tbe atten
tion of all CASH buyers, as Tie can give good bargains.
ept28-tf
ARKANSAS COTTON P I A itTiliuai
FOR SALE.
j rr-i 7 ACRES of Superior COTTON LAND. Im-
J J 4 provements: 225 acres cleared and in cultiva.
tiol. about same amount old deadening and burn, which
can bs put into Cotton the first yean a comfortable dwell
ing, good Gin, Mill, and all necessary out houses; o Ci3tern
and Well of Superior water. Orchards. Ac.
The tract can be enlarged to any extant, as I own the
back lands.
Its locality is very favorable, situated in Arkansas coun
t. tho ennth side of the Arkansas river, in n healtnv
and pleastnt neighborhood, adjoining the plantations of
Dr. John A. Jordan and the Messrs. Douglass, and with
in three milts of the Little Rock and Napoleon Railroad,
AiVh i in nrmrrexs and will be completed in less than
two years. A bargain can be had by early application to
the undersigned on the pretrials, or by letter addressed to
South Bnd Post Office, Arlan saa county, Arkansas. Also
rrferto THOMAS H. ALLEN, Memphis.
octS-tiljanw , ..IT.t
-T3i-v..hT,;il TTnlan and Burner copy till first Januarr
In wMkly, and send bill to this office Memphis Bulletin.
GUOGERIES.-
SUNDRIES.
1000 bhis Silt; 1200 Reams Wrapping Paper;
00 bxs pint Flasks; 00,000 Regalia Cigars;
200 do quart do; 20Q Melee do;
100 casks Wines; 83 bbls No. 1 Mackerel;
100 do Soda; 100 bis Soap;
10 ceroon3 lodigo; 20 casks Otird, Dupcy and
4 ca.-ks Madder; Pinet Castilian Brandy,
45 bags Spice; 200 dox Water Buckets;
50 do Ginger; 45 do Pepper:
With other articles in the line, for sale by
june28 B U. S. FRENCH A SON.
GROCERIES.
-Zf HHDS Sugar; 200 boxes quart, pint, and
LOJ luO bags Rio Cofiee; pint Fhisks;
100 bbls Leaf, Crushed and 50 boxes Tumblers;
Pondered Sugar; 50 do gallon and gal
100 bbls Molasses; Ion jars;
75 i do do; 500 Demijohns os&'d sizes;
SO bbls A i bbls Mackerel; 2000 & bxs Sardines;
50 cakf Soda; 25 hags Almnnds;
S00 kegs Nails, assorted; 25 do Pecans;
500 barrels Salt; 20 barrels do;
160 boxes Tobacco; 25 che3ts"Tea, assorted;
500 whole, b3lf, and quarter 100 gross Matches
boxes Star Candles; 200 reams Wrapping Taper;
60 boxes Sperm and Tallow 5"0l bags Shet, assorted;
Candles: "2000 bars Lead;
100 boxes Rosin Soap; 100 dozen Painted Buckets;
500 barrels Cincinnati Rec- 25 nesU Tubs;
lied Whissy; Ac,, Ac Ac.
ALSO A well assorted stock of fine Cigars. Pepper,
Spice, Ginger; Indigo. Madder, and a large lot of Impor-.
ed and Domestic Liquors, Ac in store and for sle by
july2 JO. EDWARDS.
CHEESE. 50 boxes W. R. Cheese, just received and
for sale by rjnly29 JO EDWARDS.
GROCERIES, 4 c. FRESH ARRIVALS.
H AA HHDS N O prime and choice Sugar;
JLUU 100. bbls R B Molasses;
60&h do;
800 sacks Rio Cofiee -prim;, -""
du ODis ana Doxes Loat sugar;
0 do crushed do; '
10 do powdered do;
u
10 iiercesz-e-MKice;
20 bags Black Pepper;
10 do Alspice ;
5 do R Ginger;
20 casks London Porter;
10 barrels Texas Pecans;
10 do SS Almonds;
5 do Cream Nuts ;
6 do Filberts;
6y boxi-3 RaisiBs; Kfli
800 barrels Rectified Whiskey;1
40 do Old Reserve do ;
50 do Robertson County D Distilled Whiskey
oW and wptrior;
SO do best American Brandy;
-20 do do Gin;
10 do N K Rum ;
30 do S3! Wine;
50 do Cider Vinegar;
100 do Summer Ale:
100 boxes Tobacco good common.niedium and Jtn;
20 do cut Chewing Tobacco a nos articie;
'0,00 imported Hi vana Cigars hot brands j
100 boxes Molee do; "
200 do, J-i and J, Star Candles;
50 do Summer Tallow do;
100 dozen Painted Buckets;
80 hues Pearl Starch J
50 n Soap;
tO do an Corn Brojms;
10 buudlei Mason's Blacking;
50 Luxes Writing Ink ;
2 JO keiji Wheeling Nails best brand.
With Powder. tbot. Lead, 1'ercussion Caps, and numer-
su other articles int le Grocery line. For sale low by
maylC a E. a CHSATHAAt A CO.
FINK LltJUORS AND WINES.
1 fi H PH'tS fine Cognac Brandies, best brands;
JLV S
do do do do
do;
10 K do do Bordeaux do
do;
2 nine Holland Gin:
2 puncheons part Jamaica Rum ;
2 do fine on Malt Irish Whiekey;
5 quarter casks choice old Madeira Wine;
6 do do Sherry do;
20 do different grades Port do;
50 boxes Claret Wine;
50 baskets and boxe3 Champague;
10 boxes assorted Cordials.
Received and for sale by
feb6 E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
SUNDRIES IN STORE AND FOR SALE BY
WEaSELL & THOMPSON,
UNION STREET.
Ci " BBLS Cranberries : 10 bags S S Almonds :
25 hf-bbls do; 20 cases Sardines halves
25 qr-bbls do; and quarters;
50 boxea' Raisins; 100 dozen London Porter-
80 hf-bxa .da; pints and quarts ;
25 qr-bxs do; CO dozen Scotch Ale:
4 cases Prunes in glass fars; 100 do Assorted Pickles.
2 do do in boxes; f jan24
JUST RECEIVED I'ER STEAMER TWEED
2 HALF PIPES OLD OTAKD BRANDY;
2 quarter casks Superior Madeira;
1 do do do Sherry;
1 do do do Port;"
20 baskets Bellinger Champagne.
For sale by (jan4) WESSEL A THOMPSON,
T ONUON PORJER. .On dozen London Porter of
I j extra quality, reoatved this day, and for sale by
jan24 WESSEL A THOMPSON,
OCOTCII ALE. 50 dozen Tennant'-t Ale, received
O thu day and for sale by
jau2t WESSEL A THOMPSON.
TEAS. A few chests of Eine Black and Greon Ten,
of delicious flavor, received this day, and for sale by
isn24 ivtsatii a. iiiujirau..
GH. L00MI3 A CO., my sole agents for Nashville,
r , -, , Vf- u il. j:r
tJ Will mrnisn iuc people 01 icuuesacc mm himuo uh-
tale prices. A1m the Catawaba Grape Cuttings for plant-
r r. .1 3 .1 H T nVtlXtftT3TlJ
ing. van ana eee lueia. 11. ajw.iuh vmn,
mar23tf Cincinnati Ohio-
LYONS & CO.
Importers and Dealers in Havana Cigars, TO'
bacco,andall kinds of Foreign Wines,
Liquors, etc.
No. 19 Csma Stbkit, Nashville, Tenn.
STATE RIGHTS.
TrvVERY State, bv the Constitution, has the right to reg-
Pv ulau its own internal trade. Ac, but to strengthen
tho constitution by regulating the internal man, it is neces
sary to use
nr. Mill' Aromatic Stomach Bitters.
JL UeilCIOUS, luuuwui, luuifc, uiaiciite utmivtuv. i bm..
for Di8pepbia or Indigestion, Billious Colic, Lowness of
11 1 : , : t u..M
Spirits, ana an nervous iicumhj, b Krum vmo wi oum
m.r Cnninlaints. a Cholera Preventative. Feverand Ague,
Ae. This is truly a valutble preparation, a strengthening ,
invigorating cordial, preparea trom me puress very Desi
materials, and Purely Vegetable, every article of which
is strengthening and invigorating to the syBtcm, and by
its highly Aromatic properties is amosi ueugauui ujver.
age. The use of these Bitters in all Bilioui or Liver Com
plaints, by their strengthening powers to assist Nature,
will nl -rintA ihf nrcefsitr of usinir Pil.s or other drastic
purgatives, so often attended with serious derangements of
ttuxysiesi .... ,. ,
Every well regulated Hotel and Bar should be supplied
with Mills' Arotnatio Stomach Bitters as they ore much
more pleasant and healthful than the ordinary " Bar Bit-
tea" hereto'ore used ; a single tnat will exclude all others.
l),xt-Adults a teasooonful to a small wine stass three
times a day, or oftener. Add a little water or wine if too
strong.
SsiiH m nnnrt bottles bv all respectable Drutrtrists and
dealers in Wines and Liquors in the United States. Cana-
das, Ac, ana at wnoiesaie oy uiu.iovu,
jnly21 Wholesale Agents, Nashville. Tenn
NOW OPEN .Those genuine MKbtlsuiiAUSi
PIPES. Also a very laree lot of imitation, beautiful
ly finished. These are tho most handsome Pipes ever
broucnt to wiiscny.
I have just received a lot of handsome WALLING
CANES, which "I will sell low, at tha sign of the httU In
dian, Cherry street. aug21) J. MOORE.
NEW GAS FIXTURES.
JUST received a very handsome lot tf CIlANDALIERS
and other articles m our line, and if you ever intend
to have the Gas in your house, tou cannot find a more fa
voruble time, for we are selling cheaper than ever, and
have the very best workmen employed, and guarantee to
do the very betit work.
Wehavoallkindsof Fixtures, from the large Six Light
Chnndxlier to the plainest Pendant. We have Chandahers
that c 05 n be used for Gas or Candles, and parties living off
tbe no ot tbe UiS pipe can oe iurnisnea wua iasiuonaois
Chsndaliers, and use other materials until the Gas pipes
reach their premises.
Gas Pips Woke of all kinds, either CtrSTSAttOR Gs,
done with despatch. Apply to J. H.Kendrick, at the office
of the Gas Lifht Company.
ulyS E. L DAVIS A CO.
PERFUMERY.
JUST receded direct from firsthand Importers, a good
assortment of Fine Perfumery andlancy Articles,
consisting in part of the fjllowing, viz:
A large invoice of Grecian,, English, Teeth and Hair
Brushes. ....
Also, a fine assortment of TeethBrusbes, especially for
children.
Puffs aud Puff boxes, something new and very nice.
Lubins, Genuine Extracts.
French and American Colognes, of various styles.
Fine Ivory Tooth Combs.
Large BuiTa!e- Diessirg and Barbers' Combs.
Largs Transparent Waoh Balls.
Buzin's Barbers' Blocks.
Toilet Vinegar, a superior article for the Bath.
Tooth Paste and Soap, of various styles and patterns.
Hair Gloves and Bathing Brushes. .
Bay Rum, extra fine in large bottles.
Lyon's Kathnrion
Barrj's Tricopbereus.
Vegetable and Liquid Rouge-
rinfc saucers.
Skin Powders, cf aorted kinds.
Hair Dyes of the most spprovod brands.
Received and for sals low, at
STRETCH'S Drug Store,
sep!9t Corner College and Union Stt.. Nashville.
COTTON OSNA URGS.
q f BALES superior No. 1 7 Osnaburgn, just receiv
J ) ed and for sale by
aitrrl SSlJlUUn. Ifl.tiium . w.
HAGS AV?.' ....
ON and after the 1st of August,-we win oe anie to lur
nisti i nnn R-ips tier dav. f for Wheat. Hour. Oate and
Corn.' Persons reauirioc Bass, will pleaso send in their
orders at as early a day as possible.
JUST RECEIVED.
A LARGE stock of Gentlemen s ciotnmg, oonsistmg ot
itlntli CuMimeres. and Vestines. wbich I will sell
at very low prices forC3b at 67, up stairs, College st.
septs it juiuou.i.
Ulrs. Becfcwilla,
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY AND DRESS
MAKING ESTABLISHMENT.
68tf COLLEGE STREET.
Over McClelland's, and next door to R. C. M Nairy'a Stor
J3T rarhcniar atteanon paic 10 oruers. iapi lyw.
I)RY GOOBS?5
JAMES NICIIOL, NO: 20. PUBLIC EQUARE.
tS now prepared to exhioit his Fall Importation ot RICK
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
dry qoons.
Oompricing one of the most desirable ASSORTMENTS
iver offered, selected from lite very latest Importttions, and
purchased under the GREAT DEPRESSION OF rRICEr
tN THE EASTERN CITIES, duritur the months of Sep
tember and October, under the circumstances I feel graUtj.
td that I can offer aach ioducemenU as will enable all U
urchase.
SILKS.
I have a largo and well selected assortment of Silks at oD
f ittuiia, and well suited for the Foil trade, Ac
5uper Brocade Striped Silks:
Rich Poult de Sole Silks.
BrkWat'd, new style
" Gros de Aprigue, do
" Plaid and striped Silk,
(great variety)
Plain Glacie:
ura ae- carae, tat.
widths;)
ClaUey,(allcolor.)
Weddinir and Eveninir Di-momi haintifiil mrietv rtiea
Silks of all kinds, Ac. Ac
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS.
Plaid and Stripped Cashmeres:
Tartan Plaid, Tall colors and widths)
Real French Merinos, from 50 cents up; ,
Mousle de Laines, 8-4, 6-4 widths;
Superfine Bombazines:
White Cashmeres De Ecoese;' '
Valencia Robes, (rich)
Alpaca's;
And a great variety of other styles, new and cheep.
LACE GOODS.
Uedalion Maltese Collars and Sleeves;
Trimmed Embroidered Collarette.
LACE Embroidered Collars, Sleeves and Habits;
Morning Collars and Sleeves.
French Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
" " Mourning; do.
Applique Spriggs, Cambric Flouncing and Bands;
Embroidered Chemizetts and Sleeves;
Yalencienne and Maltese 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 8-4, 9-4. 10-4, 11-4, 12-4 ; Pillow Case
Linens; Barcsley Sheeting; Bird-Eye Diaper. Huecabic
Crash Napkins and Irsh Linens; French Linen Cambreo
nglbh Silk and Cotton Hosiery; Winter Hosiery; all kinds,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves; Beaver and Gauntle
Gloves, Ac, Ac.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, FLANNELS AND
BLANKETS.
French and English Clcthsond Cassimeres, (great variety)
Cloaking Cloth; Blankets, of all kinds; Satinets; J.ana;
Tweeds) (all wool;) Plaid Linseys; Real Welch Flannels,
&c; Domet, Ac, Ac; and all other descriptions, Ac Ac
COTTON GOODS
Sheeting, (all widths;) , Bleached and Brown Domestics;
English and American Prints; Hoyles Prints; and a great'
variety of other Goods.
Call and examine my Stock of Goods. To CASH BUY
ERS and PUNCTUAL CUSTOMERS great inducements
(fill bo ofl'ered. JAMES N10U0L.
Nfcihville, Nor. 8, 1854.
GROCERIES.
THE FOLLOWING COMPRISES IN PART OUB
STOCK, wbich is nearly complete, which enables as
to offer inducements to purchasers -769
bags Rio, Havana, Lag- 20 boxes Stoughton Bitters;
uyraand Java Coffee: 200 casks English Soda;
400 bigs extra Baltimore Cof- 50 chestsTeas, assorted;
fee; 25 bbls Crackers;
8S0 hhds choice and prime 100 doz Wash Boards;
Sugar; Cotton Yams, ass'd;
110 bbls Loaf crushed and 200 doz Buckets;
powdered Sugar; 100 bbls Flour;
300 bbls Molasses; 50 doz Scotch and Rappee
500 K bbls do; Snuff;
50 do Golden Syrup; 500 bags Shot, ass'd;
50 bags Pepper; 10 tierces fresh Rice;
20 Spice; 6000 lbs bar Lead;
25 " Ginger; 100 gross Blacking;
25 bbls Mackerel; 50 boxes FancvSoap;
50 kits do; 800 " Rosin Soap;
500 boxes Sardines; 10 csks. A Sign't Brandy;
25 do Pickles, assorted; 10 " Otard, Dupy ACo do
10 bbls Alum; 5 " Madeira Wine,
10 " Brimstone; 20 bbls Port Wine;
5 bbls Spanish Brown; 25 Indian bbls Sweet Wine,
600 bag3 tine Salt; extra;
500 bbls Salt: 20 bbls Sweet Wine,
200 Demijohns, asserted; 2 pipes Holland Gin;
50,0 W Cigars, varionsbrands; SO bbls Am do;
800 boxes qt., pt. and pint 50 bbls Bandy;
Flasks; 20 bbls Rum:
60 boxes Tumblers; 50 " Peach Brandy;
1000 k6js Nails, assi'd; 10 " Apple do;
600 reams Wrap Paper, 50 " Old Bourbon Whisky
10 ceroons best Indigo; 50 " Old Rye do;
2 casks Madder; 50 " Old Reserve do;
100 bxs Tobacco, all grades; 50 " OldMong do;
60 doz Cords and Lines; 500 " Rect'd do;
100 bxs white Havana Sugar;200 " Pise's Mag. do;
100 boxes Star Candles; 200 boxes Claret Wine;
100 grofs Matches: 5 " Starch;
60 boxes Tallow Candles; 20 boxes Lemon Syrup;
Together with many other articles usually kept in our
line. LANIER A PHILLIPS,
JulyU '65 B No. S9 Market street.
JUST RECEIVED
115 hhds N O and Clarified 75 bag3 Pepper, Spice and
Sugars; Ginger;
115 bbls A hf bbls Reboiled 1 00.000 Havana Segars;
iloiasse?; 100,009 American do
600 kegs N ails, assorted; 0 bbls Cider Vinegar;
500 coils Kentucky Rope; 10 casxs Scotch 41e;
100 whole and half boxes 10u dozn .Brooms;
Star Candles; 500 reims Wrapping Paper;
C5 boxes Soup: 1 00 2 to 5 gallon Demijohns;
20 do Starch; 60 doz Painted Buckets;
60 dozen Pickles: 10 bbls Copperas.
60 kegs Shot and Iad;
By SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.,
je22 w B Corner Market and Church Streets.
LIQUORS.
800 bbls Rectified Whu-ltey .20 do Holland Gin:
60 bbls Old Reserve do 50 do Malaga Wine:
50 do Mouongihela do 100 doz Wolfe's Schiedam
80 do Bourbon do Schnapps;
20 do Peach Brandv; 5 quarter casks Pure Port
12 bbls Robiuson co Whisky; Wine;
80 bbls American Brandv; 3 hf pipes Otard Brandy.
For sate by SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.,
je22 Corner Market and Church Streets.
R. F. BELL,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Opposite Sewanee Uouse, College Street, No. 33,
NASHVILLE, TENN.,
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic liquors, Floor, Bacon,
Lard, Clover Seed, Millet Seed, Nails, Paw-
der, Cigars, Tobacco, Ac, Ac-
CIGARS AND 'I OBACCO.
23 M Cobden Cigars very superior article ;
25 " Rio Hondo do;
20 " Lopiza do; 10 M Washington do;
10 " Rcdeces Pressed Cigars;
10 EI Alamo do;
10 " La Palmareal do;
10 " Jenny Lind do;
10 " El Divan do;
10 " Anana do:
25 boxes Barry James Virginia Tobtcco;
25 " Blair'A Raysdill's do;
6 " La National do;
10 " St, Nicholas do;
60 " Musselmitn's best brands do;
50 ' Langhorne A Armistead's do very super.
Tbe above are offered for rerv low prices for cash, by
qp3 R. F. BELL.
WOOliKJI M A C HIKE 11 Y.
C. L. GODDARD. NEW YORK.
"YNLY manofactttrerof th original Steel RinzandTooth
J Burring Machines and Feed Rolls, to be attached to
rirst und also to Second rjrear-t and finishers of Wool
en Carding Machines. The attachment to second Ureak-
ersand rintsnors is new and very important, ibese ma
chines are in succcssiui operation, on nrst Breakers, tn most
r.f the principal Woolen factories in the United States,
Canada and Mexico, and are deemed by experienced man
ufacturers, as tbe most parfect machines used, and indis
pensable to tbe econoniicnlond successful manufacture of
WOOL
Tney are in fact the only strong, durable and sncceskful-
ly operating macoices in uso. no carding machine should
run an hour without them.
The Feed Rolls are strong and durable, and worthy of
attention.
Circulars explaining these Machines and Rolls, reference
uj me uiuiauaviugiutfi iu ur, cc, majocnaa ov nuures
sinir C. L. GODDARD.
No. 8 Bowling Green, New York, to whom all orders
should be directed. septl l l y w.
GIERS'
SIDE SKY-LIGHT DAGUERREAN GAL
LERY, CORNER OF DEADERICK STREET AND SQUARE.
MY ROOMS are fitted up in a style inferior to none,
with the best Side Sky-Light, In the city, fronting
mmeoiaieiy on rue square.
Persons in wantof a fire life-lire ami flesh colored DA-
GUERRtOTYPE, will And it to their advantage to call
and examine my .specimens, and l warrant to give satis
fiction in every case or no charge made. Call and iJdgc
for yourself.
octS
U11A3. ti. UlfcliM.
HEKMETRICAL SEALED AND SELF
MEALING FRUIT CANS.
FRUIT Cans of various sizes, suitable for putting up
fruits and vegetables. Also: Preserving Kettles
braes, iron enameled, and iron tinued. AH sizes and very
low prices.
Iron spoons. Ladle?, Skimmer?, Preserving Spoons,
2and '3 pronged Forks, all of the best French Manufacture.
Preserving Furnaces, Ironing Furnaces, Sali-Heatinc
Sad Irons, at reduced prices. For sale by
ftashviiie, auc 5- smjvv , .maumxik a co.
WHEAT WANTED.
HAYING an order for thirty thousand bnslicl of Wheat
and wishing to fill it immediately, 1 will pev for the
rext ten or twenty days fDia Mndy-Hce to one dollar and
five unU per bushel, according to quult y.
li. 11. i-KKXCU,
septal Na 49 Broid street
JAB A If 6LDKE. 3. D. MAKT1K,
McOLURE & MARTIN.
uwusaimstot;. iiorton. wnoiestie
O and Retail Music Dealer, No. SO Union
StreeL
PIANOS I PIANOS I !
Just received by McClure and Martin, tire of those ex
cellent 7 Oct Piano-fortes made by A. H. Gale A Co., of
New York, which will be told low for cash or on short
time.
ALSO, a well selected flock of sheet Music omnnp which
can be found many new and por.ular piecev, und songs,
such as the celebrated "Three Bells Polka'' composed by
T. J. Cook." Also, the Four Bells, by the tame author,
The Old Play Ground, a timple and pleasing little ballad,
Ellen Bavne, and Bell Bracden. be-Mdes many others, tbe
names of which you can learn by calling at No 83. Union
street Oci9 McCLURE A MARTIN.
Oats Wanted,
QQQQ Bushels of Oats
Wanted, for wbich we will pay CASH.
KluKPATRIC & NEV1NS.
rep22 dtw-
TO MERCHANTS.
LOOK at a superior lot cf BLANK BOOKS, jo.t .re
ceived and for sal by
octSl CHARLES W. SMITH.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, C.'
WE have now in Store at4i College street.near Broad,
the following article?, which we will seU low for
Cash, oc to punctual dealers , ,..'
60 hhds prime Sugar, SiS'tags prime Rio Cofiee;
85 bbls Loaf Sugar; 75 bxs X and Jf Star Can-
16' bbls Crushed. Sagwi . dlest. -
S bbls Powdered Sugar; 25 boxes Summer Tallow
50 boxes Langhorn A Arm- Candles;
stead'sTobacco: 60,000 Melee Cigars (San-
85' boxes Kentucky and Vir- dero;)
ginia 'Tobacco; ' 60,000 Havana Cigars, to-
20- bbla superior Vinegar; rious Brands
5 bbls Alum; , , 100 Cases Matches; .
10 bags Allspice; ! coses Madras. Indigo;
15 bags Pepper; 1 cask Madder;
20 bagsGing-ir; 50 coils t.'ot on Rope for
85 bbls Crackers; - Bedeordsr
40 bbls Clover Serd; 1000. dz, Cotton Yams;
50 Kbbls Re boiled Mo- 400 bags Shot, all sizes;
asftg; 2000 lbs Bar Lead;
30 casks English Soda. 4 bbls'Putty in bladders,
LIQUORS.
350 bbls Whisky, Ohio, va- 20 and pipes Bran
rious brands; dies, various brands;
$5 bbls D D Robertson co. 10 bbls pure Sutet Malaga
Whisky, very fine;. Wide;
40 bbls'Monong&hela Rye; 8 bbls Maderia Nine;
5 bbls old Monongneia, ju Dasceis v-nampagne;
Va y.fine;- 10 casks Port Wtne;
1 pipe euro Hollaed Gin, 15 bbls Imitation Malaga;
Eagle brands; 5 " N. K Rum:
I pipe pure Irish Whisky; 5 " Domestic Gin;
4 k pipes fine Brandr 20 " " BranPy;
IRON, NAILS, AND CASTINGS.
8000 as. A. B. Steel; , 150 tons Rol'd Iron, all izes;
4000 as. Cast SU-et, all sizes; 50 " Hora'd Iron,(lenD.)
2500 ax. E. B. SteeL 80 " Castings, all kinds;
500 kes Noils;
GLASSWARE,
50 boxes quart Flasks: 50 bx oS.10 A10X12 Glass;
85 " gal A M gal bolties; 20 12X14 A 12X16 do;
60 M pint pint Flask 20 " 14X18 A14Xz0 do;
40 " Tumblers, all kinds: 20 " D canters; -15
" gallon Squat Jars; 10 ' gallon Squat Jars;
' - SALT. ' '
1000 bags fscto'ry filledfine Salt;
100. " " . " coarse do;
50 barrels Salt;
ALE.
rf BARRELS Walker's celebrated Summer Ale,
0J warranted.
Havini; removed part of our Stock for a short time, we
will be pleated .to see our old' friends at No 45, College
street; near Bread, until oar new Store is built at cur old
slcnlon Broad street M'R-SA A TERRASS.
RISE'S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
For the rapid Cure ot
COUGIIS, COLDS, H0ARSE1.ESS,
BR0NCniTIS,Wn00PIXG-C0UGiI,
CROUP, ASTH.1IA, AXD
CONSUMPTION.
This remedy Is ouered tot'ie couinionity with the confl
denco e feel in an article irfrr h lelrtom falls to realize tho
nappiest effects that can be de.in.-d. Ho wide i the fleld of
its usefulness aud so numerous he ras of its cures, that al
most every section or coantr abounds in person;, publicly
known, ho have been restored fnm alarmin? and even
desperate diseases of Uie lunjs. by Its use. When once
triod Its superiority over ciery "other medicine ol l.s fclnd Is
tuoappareut to escape observation, and where 1U virtae are
known, the public no luucor bealutd what antidote to em
ploy for the distressing and dangerous affections ef the put
mouary ortans which are iui-ldeut toourclimate.
Nolhinj has called louder for the eamt inquiry of medl
eat men than the alarmine prevalence and tataMy of con
sumptive complaints, nor hu any odd eli ot disears had
more of their investigation am! cire Bat ni jet no aae
juste remedy has been prowled an which th-public could
depend for prelection from atiai-ks upon tho respiratory or
gans, until the intiodaetion of the 1 ucaav TctioaAL. 1 his
article is th5 product of a long, laugriuus, and, I believe,
successful endeavor, to rnrni.hthecoinmnnity with such a
remedy. Of this last statement the American people aro
new themselves prepared to Jd?e; and 1 appall wltbeon
lUence to their decision. If there is any dependence to be
p'aced in what men of every cl isi and utarton certify it has
done for them ; if we ran trust our own tenses when we se
dangerous affections or lbathrot.1 and lungs yield to it; if
we can depend upon be assurance of Intelligent physicians
wbomaxe it their businessto know : tn tbort.ff there Is tuy
reliance upon anjthmg.tbentt ts irrefutably proven that this
medicine noes rclieie and does- care the cla-s of dlva.es tt
Is designed for, beyond an, and all others that aro knnwn tn
mankind. If this bo true, it cannot be too freely published,
nor be too widely knowh. The afflicted should know It. A
remedy that cures Is prlcele tn them. Tareuts should know
it: tnefr children are priceless to them. All should know it;
or health can be priced to nn one. ?iot only should It be cir
culated here, but every where cot only m this country, bat
In all countries. How faithfully w- nave artcd on this con
viction is shown In tbe fact that already this article lias made
tbe circles of ihe globe. The sun nevei tetson tt limits, no
continent is wllhont it, and bat few people. Although not
In so general useln other nations u in this.lt is emplojed by
tbe most intelligent tn almost all civllixod countries. It is
extensively employed In both America, in Europe, AsU,
Africa, Australia, and the far off HIacds of the sea. Ufn U
at dear to its possessors there as bur, and they grasp at a
valuable remedy wilbeven more av.dlty. Unlike most pro
partitions ot its kind, it is an expensive composition of cost
ly material. Slill.lt U aflordcd to the puMte at a reasonably
ow price; and, what is of vastly more ta portance to them,
It quality is never suffered to decline fruin its original 'land
ard ofoxcellence. Jtery bottle ol this medicine, now ma
nufactured, is as good as ever has been made heretofore, ur
as we are capable of making. 'o toil or cos'. Is spared in
malntainlngit in the best perfection which It is pos-lble to
prodnce. Hence the patlenlwho procure the genuine 1'irts
v PrcTOAL en rely upon havins as good an article as has
ever been bad by tUojo whotestit) tolts cures.
By pursuing this course, I have the hope of doing some
good in the world, as well as the satisfaction of bnlieving tbat
much has been done alrrady.
Prepared bj-JT.C. A YEK, Practical aiidAn
alytical Cttemlst. l.otrcll, 7la.
bold t VhoIesale by BEKKY & DEJIOVILLE;
At Keull by BROWS & GKUUB3.
ITJ7 Mso.by my Agents in almost eveiy town intheStato.
agjS'Si Im
IIELUDOLD'S GENUIN E PREPARATION.
IltLSlBOLD'S HIGLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT EOCHB
Tot diseases of the Bladder and Kidney, Secret Diseases,
Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases of the Sexual
Organs, whetherin Maieor Female, from whatever cause
th'.y may have originated, and co lnatscr of how long
standing.
IE jou have contracted the terrible disease which, when
once seated in the srsten. will surely iro down from
one generation to another, undermining the constitution
and sapping the very vital Quids of life, do not trust your
self in the hands of Quacks, who start up every day in a
city like this, and fill the papers with glaring falsehoods,
too well calculated to deceive the young, and those not uc-
attainted with tbeir tricks. Vou cannot be too careful in
te selection of a remedy in these Cist-s.
Tbe Fluid Extract Bushu his been pronounced by emi
nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a
medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and vert innocent
in its action, and yet so thorough that it annihilates every
particle of the rank and poisoaeus virus of this dreadful
disease; and, unlike other remedies, dees not dry up tbe
disease in the blood.
Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, a moot
terrible disease, which has brought thousands ot the hu
man race to untimely graves, thus bUtsting the brilliant
hopes of parents, and blighting tn the bud the glorious
ambition of many .a nobia youth, can be cured by this
Infallible Remedy. And oga medicine wbich must bene
fit everybody, from the simply delicate to the conhned and
despairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting both as a
ijure anu preventive.
HELM HOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SaRSAPARILLA,
For Furltjing the Blood, remo'ing all diseases arising
from excess ot Mercury, exposure aud imprudence in
lite, chronic constitutional dise-.se, arising trcm an im
pure state of the Blood, and tbe only reliable and effec
tual known remedy fur tbe cure of Scrofula. Salt Rheum,
Scald head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs. Pains
and Swellings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Face,
and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skins.
nPHIS articla is now proscribed by some of the most
JL distinguished pbyscians in the country, and has
proved more efficient in practice ihau any. preparation of
Sarsaparil a yet offered to tbe public Several cases of
secondary Myphibs, Alerenri&l and Scrofulous di-eases
have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our Pub
lic Institutions which had for many yeare resisted errry
mode of treatment tbat could be devu-ed. These cases
famish striking examples of the salutary effects of this
medicine in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases,
after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already
olTccted.
Kotice. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro-,
fesKors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures
from pationU will be found accompany ing both Prepara
tions. I'niCES, Fluid Extract ofUochn, 51 per bottle cr 6 do for $5
" " " of Sarsaparilla, " '
equal in strength to one gallon of Syrup of Sarsaparfl.a
Prepared and sold by II T..IIELM BOLD, Chemist, SC3
Chestnut Street, near the Girard House, Philadelphia.
To be bad of and of Druggists
and Dealers everywhere.
an letters directed to tne rroprieior or .Agent receives
immedlite attention. junel ly
T. WELLS, Agent, ilarket sU-Aashville
H O. BCOVEL. 'i.52 ortb Side Pnblic Sqaare.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Tbe unde aimed proposes lofell a portion of the
es ate -n which bo resides, in tho county of llaury, known
as '-IlauiiltGn place."
These lands are beautifully located, well improved,
watered, and timbered, and in tMint of frtiutr, productive
ness and healthfulness. nre not surpassed, iftnualled. by
any lands in the State of Tennessee. 'Xhete U' iruhe
neighborhood Episcopal,, Presbyterian and 3Iethodit
Churches, ax also schools, male anil female, in the midst of
of as good society as is to be found in tbe Souttem Stabs.
700 Acres are offered for sale frontii.g on ttie Colum
bia Central Turnpike Road, divided into l-'lYB LOTS, con
Uininrr 50. 78. 15. 180. and 2 9 acres severally. Tho im
provements consis-t of a BEAUTIFUL GOTHIC COT
TAGE, built of brick, containire eiebt'rr-oms. with neces
sary out-buildmgs; 400 acres of cleared land, under a go-id
fence, overseers' houses, nezro quarters, blacksmitu and
carpenter hop,mill bouse, cvracrib, Ac, Ac., As.
'Ihe lands will be told either in a body, or in lots. If cot
disposed of by the first of -November, it. will be offered at
public sale ia lots. To a professional gentleman, merchant
or Souihern planter, who desires a boutifai country resi
dence, these hind, offer great attractions. It is rare that
such lands are xfTered tor sale.
Address the undersigned at Ashwood Post Office, Maury
county, Tenn.
J3f PLtts of the-land may be seen at the storeofMaves,
Orr A Gantt, Colombia, and with R. Houston, Esq., Nash
ville, Tenn.
septic tf , LUCIUS J l'QLK.
) J. CAUU.
TXTE, nre under-way again and will be pietced lb eervo
W our friends in any th'Etr they may want in the Fur
niture.line. (octlO) GlfOOlIESNANCE, A CO. j
'"M'lSCELTJAiSrEO'fjS'
DOCTOR HOOFf AND'3
CELEURATEO
GER3CAN BITTERS,
rxirisxn bt
DR. a JL JACSS0N, PHILADELPHIA. PA,
' W1LI. ErrcCTDAIXT COXB
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE,
Chroma or A'trvout Debilily, Dittase of tie Kidntyt, and
all dittattt aruiny from a DitonUrti
Liter or Stomaeil
Such
as Constipa
tion, Inward Piles.
Fullness, or Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking, or Fluttering at thn Pit
of the Stomach, Swimming of tbe Head, Hurried
and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choak
ing or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture. Did -ness
of Vision, Dots or Webs before the sight. Fever
and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspi
ration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbo,
Ac, Ac, Sudden Flushes of
-Hcat,Burningin the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings
of Evi), and great
depression of
Spirits.
The proprietor, in calling the attention of the pnblic to
this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost con
fidence in its virtnes and adaptation to the diseases far
which it is recommend id.
It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
the test of a ten years' trial before the American people,
and its reputation and sale is unrivaled by any similar pre
parations extant The testimony in its favor girsn by tha
most prominent and well known Physicians and individ
uals, in all parts of thu country, is immense. The follow
ing from your own SUte is respectfully submitted reier
ingany one who may still doubt, to niy " lliraorabilia,
er Practical Receipt Back, for Farmers and Families to
bo had gratis of all th s Agents for the German Bittera.
Principal Office and Manufactory, ISO Arch St Philadel
phia, Pa.
TESTIMONY FROM TENNESSEE,
Dr.ILB Scibsosocgb, Dover. Tennessee, August 22,
1S53, says? "1 have said all the German Bitters yua have
sent me ; and if the preparation continues to do as much
rmml nt it hat done, it vUl be tU bat medicine ettr tW
lire"
L. StODGKAS. Sparta, Tennessee, August 20.1S58, fays.
" I am. pleased to statu that your German Bitters has gt irvu
satisfaction in every instance where it has been used.
B. T. Uollccs, HilLborough, Tennessee. AngusfJO,lS'3,
says : "1 am' pleased to suite that the German Bitters has
given general satisfaction."
Dr, P. Fatto x Boa, Knoxville, Tennessee, lh April.
1S51, said: "Your Bittera are. now selling very fast; and
every person tbat has used it, so far as we have been able
to learn, has been benefited."
J. W. Fkaxxux A Co., Gallatin, Tennessee, December
SO, 1350, said: "The new firm will want more of your Bit
tera noon, an one of the partners thinks III a great medi
cine.' K.S Hibdt, Bolivar, Tennessee, September 15, 1S5!,
said: "TbereisgreatdemandforyourBitUrsher; pleafe
send another lot soon."
J2fThey are (ntirdy Tigt&ilU, free from all injurious
ingredients, always strengthen the system, and never pros
tnue it.
25'" Sold by dealers in Medicine and Storekeepers ev
erywhere. X-tT Sold in Nashville by Berry A Demovisle, Brewn A
Grubbs,Ewia Brothers, H.G. Scovel, and dealer in me-i
cine generally. fmchW56-d&wly
SUNDRIES.
530 barrels Whisky, various 2 Cttkg Madder;
brands; 5 ceroons Indigo;
100 bis Brandy. Rum, and Gin; lt bbls Alum;
5 bis Pike's Fine Brandy, va- 25 " Copperas;
rious brands; 100 bxs Fancy Soap;
20 bbls pure Malaga Wine; 100 reams WreppingPaper;
200 doz Buckuts; 860 kegsNails, best brands;
trtto casks Soda; 200 hds prime N. .Sugar;
50 der Wash. Boards; 2i0 bbls Motasse:
25 ' i bushel Measures; S0 bass Fine Silt;
40 bogs Pepper; 00 bbls Kanawha Salt;
0 Spix; 250 bxs pint Fksks;
40 " Ginger, 60 Claret Wine;
2 bbls Nutmegs; 160 " Melei Cigars;
2 " Cloves; 50 kegs Shot and Lend;
2 " Epsom Salt, 50 coils Catton Rope
5 ' Spanish Brown: 200 dox Uurkte's Celebrat
20 bxs Rolled Brimstone; ed Yeast Powders.
In store and for sale bv
sept 19. MORRIS A STRATTO.V
BALTIMORE COFFEE. 855 higs choice Cof
fee. Just received and for sale by
tept 19. MORRIS A STRATTON.
CUIUSUED, POWDERED. AND LOAF
; SUGAR. 200 bbt- of Crushed and Powdered
Sugar; 40 boxes Doable Refined Loaf Susrtr. Just re
ceived and for sale by MORRIS A STRATTON.
TOBACCO. 21 boxes Virginia Tobacco, best broads.
Just received and for sale bv
BepU9 MORRIS A STRATT0.V.
"TINEGAR. 50 bbls Cider Vinegar Just received
V and for sale by MOKRLt A STRATTON.
E
HOOJIS. 300 doz Brooms. Just received ssd tor
sale by MORRIS AfTRUTt a.
STAR CANDLES. 100 boxes Star Candles. Just
. received and for sale bv MORRIS A STKATTviN.
COACH AND CARRIAGE MAaUFACIORY
S. JC CROOKSHANK8 Aj CO.,
AT THC OLD STJUfD Or TtXD. SLOA.N",
No. CO Lower Haiket Street,
NASHVILLE. TENN.
HAVING procured the best class of
workmen, and andd every facil
ity necessary for the successful prose
cution ot their bu'.mesj, invite tne v
tentioa of the public generally to their Establishment.
Ihev have on hand a great variety of CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES, Ac. of thelotest sty lev, which they believe are
nut inferior in fashion or finish to any in the country. AU
erdrrx left with us will meet with prompt attention.
- Repairing done to order. New work w arranted.
jnly 27. 1855 tf
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
A LARGE invoice of Fine Surgical and Dissecting In
struments has just been rec-i-ved and for sale at a
small advance upon Eastern cost.
Students and others wrord do well to call and examine
tbe price and quality before making their pnrcha&ee. Fur
saleby A. STRETCH.
holsesale and Retail Druggist, corner College and
Union strfeta, Nashville. I sept 30.
PORTE MONIES.
RECEIVED this day a handsome assortment of Porta
Monies. .
ALSO, a good supply of old style Pocket Books. For
sale cheap by J. IL McGILL.
RAZORS AND STROPS.
JUST received a lot of choice Razors, made by Wosten
beim, Rodgers, Graves, and Wade A Butcher first
rate quality. J. H. McGILL.
JIAIR AND TOOTH RRIJS11ES.
WE hare lust received a large variety t-f Hair Birch?
ALo every Tariety of Tooth, Clothes and Nail B ash
es. For sale by J. H. 11 GILL.
II. COIIEN,
DEALER IN JEWELRY AND READY
MADE CLOTUING, AND
EXCHANGE BROKER,
NO 20 DEADERICK STREET,
Nashvxlle. 'rmnew,
TTTILL keep on hand a good assortment cf Ready Made
VV Clothingand Jewelry, which he will sell as chrspas
like articles can be bought at any other house in the city
lie will also make liberal advances on Watches and oth
er Jewelry, Pistols. Ac. at moderate rates.
sept29-lm H COHEN.
AND FANCY JOB WORKMAN.
North East Corner Pnblic Square, Nashville,
WHERE he will be found prepared tonxecute aB kinds
of Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Work tn his line of
business, snch as Desks, Drawers, Tables Counters, Stands.
Shelving. Sign Boards. Boxes,Ac Small Jobs attended to
with neatness and dispatch, cheap for cash.
may!2-tf PS. WRIGHT.
Pall & Cimmmghzm.
DIRECT IMFORTERS AND WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
Guns, Cutlery, Hardware?,
A'o. 47, North hile Public Swire,NriUe. r.w.
ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF THEIR STOCK I0R
THE FALL TRADE, and would inti'e thepjniculir
attention of Herchints visiting Nashville to their assort
ment, believing that tbeir STOCK embraces as great vr
ety, and the goods are offered at prices u rewotmble as
can be fon"d in any market in the Union, when costs of
purchasing and transportation are taken into Knsideratioa.
Thv now devote their entire attention to the wkoleule
business, and in addition being direct Importers of ait
ENGLISH AND GKRMAN HARDWARE, they are en
abled to offer facilities to tie Retail Dealer equal to aay
house in any market; they will take pleasure at all t'nes
in showing through their establishment all who wttt fivtr
them with a call.
rjfFeathera received at the highest market pnos.
Aasnvtlle, fiep. 1, 18 o. iWiiw
Cash for all kinds of
Produce.
YaJHEAT, RYE, BACON, FEATHERS, BEESWAX,
VV Ac., Ac, by R. O-KASE.
sept21 H.E. Corner College and Church sis.
B. O'KANE,
DEALER IN
P0REIOH & DOMESTIC LIQUORS, SALT, AC.
Hoar and Bros always on hand-South-East
corner of Church aud College Streets.
gepl2 t
HARRIS' STOCK ALE.
25
BBLS received and fjr sale low by
ociz k. u t.at-
w
ANTED FOR CASH. Z.VOO bbU Cider oy
octi
Ii. O'KANE.
CIDER VINEGAR expre?aly tor family use For sale
by. fseptSQ B. O KANE.
XN STORE. 120 boxes low priced Virginia Tobac
co; 20 boxes celebrated Pan dtke Tobacco;
5J boxes Pride of Virginia Tobictroj
20 boxes Palmetto Twist Tobacco. For sale by
spt23 SEYilOUR, TANNING A CO.
octM
HAUAN A HBO:
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