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WHOLES AXE DEALERS IN and goods SO. io PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENS. -rxmit to Five hundred cases of J? HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, suited to Winter Hatas. hs.ro been added to oar Slock by Terr recent or rivals, to which we particular!? invita the attention of the Trsdi oct27 GARDNER, SHEPHERD A CO. TTNiVERSITY OF NASViLLE -MEDICAL IJ DEPARTMENT. The lxTonccror L-crcBS to tti-.m.nlar course in this Department, will be delivered oa MONDAY next, October 29,ai 7 y& o'clock, p. ra., at the OhrUtlaa-Cttirai, by fro- Juan a. yv tbv-s u. Thi ladies and gentlemen of NashviRo and its vicinity, Torrreapecauuymnteawato. oct 27 2t Chancellor of the Univr-rsifr. Mew Fall aua WiEixer J. H. TEIGG- & ji'O. 5, UNION STREET, A BE now opening a splendid assortment uf FALf A and WINTER GOODS, to which they would hirite the attention of the public believinir that they can make it to their interest to call and examine heir stock bo- fore purchasing elsewhere. Tfccy flatter themselves that meir sloe- is s wen rtuec.o as any iu man ei, uuu iu . ther can sell at as low prices FOR CASH. Oar stock comprises every variety of Staolo cod Fancy Dry Goods, inch as splendid Dress Silts, Haw Bilks. Muslin DeLaincs, Flsi and Solid Merinos, Cashmeres, Alp&ccas, Gloves, uanoxercalots, Hosiery, uunacr 8leeTes,ChemitU, Coll-M, croaks, Clo-kings, Cloths aud BmI Blanket!. We hare also on hand every variety of Gentlemen's Goods, Cloths, French Doeskin, Fancy Cassimeres, Shir Is, lx-, .rarats. Drawers, unaer Dnins, c, .c. , ,r . J. "II. TRIGG SON, octl ll-dAw No. 5 Union Street, -""WHOLJBSALE. ABE now la receipt of their complete- Stock cf ErubraoiDe evry ranetj of English, Scotch. Gtnnira, .r J U .l-.. ..A .s4 ntTov rra rinif PrldimPM and the trade generally tt figures which thej think will 09 &CCflpl&DJ8lOOTeu LOO ciuccs- uuvcia. pliea of all widths and weights of Cotton Goods, manufac tured in this State and others of the South and West. Ther still continue the Agency of the Sparta, Franklin, and other hear (roods, euitahle for wheat and grain Backs. j W ii DUi; Rinrtn NEW STORE. I. C. mcholsoa & Co., HAVE LOCATED AT NO. -52. I'UBHC SQUARE, "TTTlTH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF STAPLE VV AND EANC1 DRY of the newest and latest slyies, and of tho best quality; all ir-hu-h will bo sold at the very lowest price. We par ticularly inrite all of our friends, and those in want of . " ii ii . . r . ,n , :ii good ana ciiesp uooas w can on os uwiu. s-. uuu t iu take ffreat pleasure in showine our Stock. We think it will be to the interest of all to come and look for them selves, itoplb ii Thos. P. iLadersosi c Go., (successors to EENJ, T. SniKLtH i CO.) Commission, Receiving & Forwarding MERCHANTS . NO. VI NATCUEZ STKEKT, ' - NEW ORLEANS. Benj. P. Shields. NO. 42 PUBLIC SQUARE. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, AGEXTS FOR THE ABOVE. octu tl F2E3H ARHIYAX OF FALL ACT WINTER 000L3. txo. "'" t. AKPtnsox. w. d. m'lakaeak. ALLISON, ANDERSON & 00.. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOEESTIC DRV GOODS, Ready Ms do Clothing:, No. 41 Fubiic Sqwire, A'ASM V ILLS, TXA'SEX. WE are now in receipt of our FALL AND WINTEK GOODS, embracing a large and well selected stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, toscther with on assarimcnt of KEADY MADE CLOTHING, which wo oiler to the trade on terms that cannot fail to give satistaction. We solicit a call from those visiting our market, and shall take pleasure in exhibiting our stock and .1 , t i unv vriCLCM v js- fli pilCCS iO i'"TT'. iujmut ,ii im i i uui eeptS 2 m EALL, 1855. T. & W. EAKHV & CO. IMPORTERS b WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Nnshvillc, Tenn. WOULD now call the attention of JJcrclmuts to their Stock ot FALL AND WINTER GOODS Just opened. They give assurance that tho present Stock will be found to be the most complete ever offered in this place, and to be composed cf a splendid assortment of La dies' Dress Goods, Mantles, 4c, tosethrrwith a heavy stock of Staple Goods and Ready Made Clothing, all of which has been purchased on such terms as will en -able them to sell at prices that will compete wltli poods purchased in any market. Cash buyers or prompt time dealers will find it to their interest to'cxamine their stock. sept6 tt. Negro Clot lis n MORGAN Ac CO., NO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE, KEEP constantly for tale a largo slock and great va riety of NEGKO CLOTHING, consisting of ULAN 10.T8, JEANS, LINSEY. heavy Woolen Sods, all tho bsaviest and best makes of Osnaburps, Plaid Stripes, Ac, together with a great variety of Goods suitable for flour aod (rrain sacks, as well as cotton picker's k:gs. oct7 ly. "latest STYLES-FANCY GOODS. WE HAVE RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF NEW STYLES. FANCr FRENCH CASS1MEHES, FANCY PLUSH VELVhT. AND RICH SILK VESTINGS, FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAK, wfcish we are prepared to make up to order in the latest STYLES, The inspection of our customers and the public is soli cited. CLIFTON & AISBOTT, Mnl if. No. 15, CedarstreeL ' EXPERIENCED AGENTS WANTED. A Book far Every Man's Library." GENTS wanted in all parts of the United States by J. II. (Inlton A Co.. No. 172 William Street, New York. lor the "Comprehensive Geography cad History, Ancient lad Modern, of the Whole World," by S. G. Goodrich, late American Consul at Paris ( Peter Parloy;) elegant ly bound and beautifully illustrated. Fiicc ?3. lican. not be had at the bookstores. Each Agent will liavc n cer tain section. Rare inducements offered. "No family whatever should be without it.' Journal. A8UVILL)i ACADEMY OF MUSIC, aiatiissr stow or ini cnniSTias cnrncn. CHKRRY STREET. PRINCIPALS CHARLES HESS & HENRY WEBER. DEPARTMENTS. The system of instruction adopted fortius Academy is the eame as that pursued in the Koyal Academy in Parts, and comprises firu departments, viz Primary, Freshman, Sopliomorcj Junior, and Senior; to nhich is added a Kccapituliitiuii Department, designed for thoso wbo intend to adopt Mauic as a Profession. TERMS PER SE33I0N. Primary Department 30 00 Five lessons a week, one daily, Saturday excenied. Freshman Department iS5 oo Four lessons a week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday aud Friday. Sophomore Department. ...... ...... ...$30 00 Three lessons on6 vteelc, Monday, Wednesday and Frida : the succeeding wetk Tuesday, and 'I hursday. Junior Department : ?83 C0 Lessons same in number aud in days as in the Sopho more Department Senior Department ?lo 00 Two lessons a week, Monday and Tutkday. Recapitulation Department C0 00 Lessons daily, Saturday excepted. jT" In all the foregoing Departments, the Piano and Guitar are the only inMmniems taught. EXTRAS. instruction oc tLe Harp, two lessons a week per pcjs. $15 in Vocalization ia ' Italian style 45 to classes of gentlemen on tho Violin, Flute, Clarionet, As., two evenings n Week 815 -ai- ll tuition fee due ondhe entrance ot tho pupil. I Oxd lesson a week in Sacre4 Music given to all pupih Ire, of charge. No charge will be made for tbo use of Instruments. Music end Music Bocks furnished gratis to the pupils, who will be permitted to retain them a3 their own property at the close of the session. Punils will be received at any time, and charged from the period they enter to the close ofthe session. Hie at tendance cf pupils will be required dunngthe lesson only. Tbo Academic Year will be divided info tvro sessions; the one commencing on the 2d Monday in September, and closSg on the last Friday in January, he other ornmen Sgon the Ht Monday in February aud closio,; on tho J 'pttpaJ tatrusSed to their care shall reed w cjewat. jtSn. and if unwearied assidnity on tho part of thoiti vtmctora can avail, they shall not fci to aitam the elev. ted standard orprohciency to which they ni aspirc Appliution to be mdef.lUie Academy. . i. octS tf AL'flMOUIi COFFEE.-IW wcka pnme to choice, just received and for sale by - MptS W. H. GORDON & CO NEW FIRM. I Wholesalerocers: and Commission X R. J. 1I.-SWAN uaviagssid ns mtsrestin iB9,llone ill of Davis & Swan ti (Japt. Merrill 3. PilcherJ the tcsinms will lo continued under the rami and style of davis.j.'iia;u.k uv. 1 it.irri i. i . -i ' J.!1'T it. UAVP, novl-tf MERU1TT 3. PICUER. T!i . , : - .,. r r r. it clnv... ill ilin irill lonTft whrnllx Inr Vm OrlfinB full v nntliriri- ed b Kiaie puichaxes and adritnce on tMpnients lor our Uouss. noTlJ DA.VIS, PILSJUEB CO. A LL lhoso indebted to the firm cf Dsvl3 iiSiyan will r please come forward and make navmenl: thcAe hav. inir claim3 ccainRt will nrp.sjr.t mem for adiuetmcnt. r.iuierot us is autnonsca to use tuc.namc ci ms nrai u liquidiUon. J. B. DATIS nor!, 'o5. )i.qwa;i. Oavis, Pilcbesr & Co. (SUCCESSORS TO MAVIS AND SWAN) WHOLESALE GROUEiiS, Auction and Cominissioi Receiving and Forwardins Mcrchanls. NO. 70, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ti :it i . I-,- A .iMi'.tti ci 1i. nirprr TiipsH ilV- Liheral CASU ADVANCES made on all Shipment of A. !. OTCAN & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Staple & Fancy. NO. 70, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE. TTAYE in Sloto a large and well assorted stock or Bnt German and American. Staple nnd Fan- er Drv Goods, which thoy will sell at extreme LOW PRI- rlpa ipn nr.lSR nriT. nrenaralorv for the Sonne trade. 5 HEUUUAMB A:t ucA.ut.iia are requesieu iu Stoek.asnresentinffaciost tavorabla oppor tunity to tupply their trade wito. ecasonablo goods upon tiie uesi lerma. lOQO Pairs of Blankets, efqualiticg and colon consisting of Coat Blanfcets, Bed, Crib. Birth and Keffro Blankets, -which we nro sellinp: at Premium Wall Pauer. T7R0M THE MANur ACTOKx of 6iEr5 H M. II. T.i'COIJKT.ol Fans. &m WSS to whom was awarded the first prem- Inn. t (K. Trfininn Prhitiitiftn n1 C on band a large and beautiful variety Manufactured ex. pressly lor us in uiis tiiy, ana iu jjaaiL-ruiuuici. mi chasers will find ourpreseat assortment superior to thatol JSf PAPER HANGING done in tho best manner by competent WOREMEN. , jt EST COUNTRY MERCHANTS supplied at tho lowest whulesala ratw. n. .ri.u, rs i Kn.ll Ma rtet street UUII. '" J jr . i- mi. Janfinn l'.,t fmm nrntmri. . r ,uiii.&. j i iul w ,u-, r I -ii : r ...n mvliTViilA at ihm iifni. l;J P,i- r. W.FINN. B. LANIER Ac CO., (Successors to Hart & HoUinirworthJ No. 6 ilarltet Street, Nashville, WHOLESALE GROCERS & DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQO03S. oct2S PJITW rT -r i,nrsi a t vovjc VERZENAY CHAMPAGNE. SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BRAND li-Ultii. J. Xllxsilv, jr., auie juipuiicr For the United States, AO. 14 BHOADWA T, NEW YORK. octBO 8m. For Sale Acres of Iron liasacU ACRES in Lawrence county,, and 8,620 in D,UUU Wayne. ALSO. Two Lots in Davidson county. One in Browns ville, 2X miles from the Suspension Bridge, containing 10 acres. The other is 15 miles from Nashville, 2 from tho N.iC.B. Rand from tho Nflensville Turn pike road, containing CO acres one-third well timbered and the balance good farming land. fgT Five unimproved Lota in dillirent parts of the City 137" The 8,520 acre tract is offered ia exchange far Dry Goods, and is a favorable opportunity for persons wishing to embark ia the iron business. The above lands are offered on fair terms and can bo seen by application to the undervgeed. 1 ' GEO. W.OWA N nctSl tf 1 At Va iH Hherry St.. XaahTillp. TVnn MRS. GERTRUDE J. GARY'S HOARD ING AND DAY SCHOOL TT TILL resume its Session f,n Monday, Sept. 10th. Cir- VV cnlars ui.y bo obtained on application atherrasi dence, S. W. earner ISne end Filteentu streets, Philadel ph'a, RcrsatNCES. Rev. H. A. Boardman, D. D., Rev. Wm. Chester, I). D, Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Rev. Henry Darling, Rev. G. L. Piatt, Rev. J. Gordon Maxwell, Phila delphia. Ilon.Wm. L-Marcy, Secretary of 8ate, Judge P. V. Daniel, Supreme Court, U. S., Washington City; Rev. Thomas H. Skinner, D. D., Rev. Joel Parker, D. !., New York; Rev. George Woodbridge, P. T. Daniel, Jr. Esq, Richmond, Ya. Hon- Cave Johnson, President Bank of Tennessee, Nash villo, Tenn., A. R. Crozier, Comptroller, Nashville, Tenn. wpt2J 6m. PRICE OF HAULING REDUCED 1 ON AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER, Coal will be delivered to Customera Jinnein the CORPORATION at -?S$ FORTY CENTS PER LOAD from Esaia-J P. DDYLE3 Coal Yard JAS. S. KF.lLY, Agent novl, '05 lwd. 149 South Market st MUD BOOTS AND NEGRO IJROGANS; HEAVY KIP BOOTS AND BROGANS, at the very lowest pri ces, at novS JOHN RAMAGE, 42 College street. WINTER BOOTS, efts! GENTS. Superfine Calf Stitched Waterproof Boots jjjcl " Double soled Boots, sowed aud pegged lew of every description. Just received by nov? JOHN RAMAGE". ii college St. LADIES' FINE SHOES. LADIES' Kid Bdo's and Buskins thin soled ' Front and Side Laced Italian Gaiters' " French Morocco Ml Boots; " Fino Kid High Laced Buskinr; " " Thick soled. do. " ' Stitcbed Walking Shoes MISSES and Childrens Gaiter Boots and Fancy Shoes: opened by JOHN RAMAGE o VERSHOES AND CORK SOLES. Gum sortment received by JOHN RAMAGE. nov3 42 College st H. M. AKEROYD . ARCHITECT, &c, NO. 10 bO UM SUMMER STREET, NAsnvtLLE, TixxnssEn. PLANS. l.'evaiinns, Sections, and full sired detail Drawing ' erory part of city and private resi dences, with cntii-a i-peoitications, Ac, as mada by tho Lest New YoikanJ English Architects. octl6-ly. TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS mill be received at the Office of the Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad Company in Nashville, Tenn., until Saturday, December 15lb, 1855, for the construction of this Road from Nashville to the Kentucky line, where it meets the Henderson and Naeh. ville Railroad to Henderson on tho Ohio River. The E. A " U R is about forty-eight miles long, through a coun try well adapted for railroad construction, nnd the work will Ledivided into sectionsof about one mile in each, w hich may bo bid for sep irately or the whola road includ ed in one proposition. Proposals may also be made to build th-j thirty miles only next toasnviue, cittier py f . hino-le Rnctinn or in one contract Tlieie are on the Road one Tunnel half a mile Ion?, heavy neck work at various points, and two large bridges. Maps, proliltand plans win do reaay lor ei&iuinauoa dj u& cember 1st, and any information insy be obtained by ad. ilreisinr tho undersigned. SAML. WATSON, President A. ANDERSON, Chief Eng. oct23 8fawtilldecl.",5j. COJIJIS, FANS, AND FANCY GOODS. WILLIAM TAEKER, -4 A PARK PLACE, NEW YORK r-ites the attention XU of -Southern and Western Merchants, to his newtiock of Fa's, Combs, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Ladies Reti- culej, J enumery, tsoap., i-ono jionaiex, jpi ana ueaa Bracelet', Pocket Books, Dress Buttons, Pics and Needles, Hooks and Ees. Watch Guards, Wax, Coral, and Glass Beads, Necklaces, Ac. India Euhbc-r Combs, Canes, Balls nnd Toys of every description. Seissors, Razors and Cut lery, Gold and Gi'lt Jewelry, Accordeons-and Violins, in cluding a general and very laro 6tock ot English, Frtnch and German Fancy Goods, which will be sold at the ver lowest prices for CAsn or Apraovan Paper. 3T Orders by letter selected and put up in the jest iniuncr. WILLIAM TASKER, invi-lvd. 10, Pahs: Place, New Yoke. Attachment Notice. Horace IL Hamner, 1 ts. Attachment. A. C. Winn. ) "VTOTICE is hereby given to said A. C. Winn, that an A JlN tachmcnt has been sued out at the inftance of U. H. Hamnar, and lovied upon his properly en tl.a 25th March last, which attachment has been returned before Josiah Fer riss, Fq., a Justice of the Peace for Darids.ni county, and further proceedings therein stayed, according to law, imtil the 10th day of November next; at which time the said A. C. Winn is'notified to attend at tie uolcu of said Justice, in the Court House in the city of NashviUo, aud defend the same, it he think proper. 1L ii. UAMNER. myfi-fim. : A CARD "VTTE are under-way again and will be pieased to serve W our friends in any thing they may want in the Fur mturelino. (oct.10) GEO 0MES, NANCE, & CO. MKDIGAL AN ADVi.UTlIrEJIL.M THAT AU'LALS 'f U 1UE I SOirNlSE3EOr--HHuCOjl5IUNlT.TW0aaibUSiIWW STANDARD WfcDlCJTfES. Thefollowing unequalled tcrios.nf Family Medi cines' raaypo depended upon with the" utmost confidence. They tbo approbation ol , the best physiciaua in hecoajilty,aud . are recommoaded by a'lv.ho have used thdra. us superior lu any fumily medicines knowu.'' They have been leforc tho Public ' : POIt TE YEARS. " . . During which time- ir.or tlian 5.0CO certificatcs hare , hn TftMTAt fmm emminpnt nubile men CDd UheM, and aro coxr.n file at .i thu Company's Office. They are Compounded With the utmost skill, and the ingredients arothor1 oughly tested by scien'iSc chembts; so that -cuedicice3of a uniform, and reliable quality are gnaranteei in all cases. TIIE GRAFENEEUG Vegetable Pill's, Are particularly valuable fbr tho prevention and.curs" of Fevers in general, Billious and Liver Com. plaints, Jaundice, General Debility, Common " and Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Heart w Burn, CoBtiycness, Griping, TJrina- '. ry Diseases, Obstructions of the Menses, Influenza. Asthma, ' andforavarietyolother Chronic Diseases; in , .. line for all ordi- f narvfatnilv ues. FullgDirections for tho variona Diseases accompanying eacn oo i nee ccau a oox. THE GRAFENBERG Dysentery Syrup, A speedy and infallibla .romcdy in Diarrhcci, Dyten. terr, Bio idy Flax, Cholera Morbus, Cholera In. iintnm,. and the Asiatic Cholera, if taken with the first symptoms, yiz : vomiting ' - and diarrhoea. It nover tails to cure theworstpossiblo casesofbowel complaintsgenerally in afew' hours, seldom beyond a day. It is Purely Vegetable, and .i ," 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 Side and Back, imme diately relieved, Inflamation cf the Bowels, and for all cases where there ts inflamation. MARSHALL'S Uterine Caiholieon. A certain cure for Pi olapsus Uteri, and for most of the distressing complaints incident to females. Prepared by Dr. THEO. POME ROY, of Uti ca. solely for the Grafenbere Company. The other Grafenherg Medieiues are EYE LOTION. HEALTH BITFERS. CONSUMPTIVE BALM. CHILDREN'S PANACEA. FEVER AND AGUE PILLS. LIBBY'S PILIS OINTMENT. . SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. THE GRAFENBERG MANUAL OF HEALTH, , , A complete hand-bock of medicine for families. Price 25c ALSO The famous B!sD BUG BANE, a certain cure for Bugs. Price 25c For sale by septS ALEX. MACKENZIE, Naville, And by all Druggists in town and country. REMOVAL. The SOUTH NASVTLLE UAinrFACTUSINQ COMPANY r TAVE removed their Depot to FOGG'S NEW BUILD XJ. INGS, No. 18 COLLEGE STREET, South of Spring, where they will be pleased to attend to the calls of their customers. They keep constantl v on hand every variety of EURNIT'URE 1 Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore received, they solicit a continuance of the samp,.and hope to give censral sausiacuon. u.trv,jij, W. L. Nascs, Sec'y. Nashrille. Jan. 1 8 . 1 855 tf President J. G. FELLOWS, DEALER IN LAND WARRANTS, No. 17 Dcapeeice Stseet. (Opposite tho Truo Whig Oflice,) Nashville, Tenn. X33 PenonssendmgLandrWarrantstomebymiilcan, if they prefer, direct tbom to Fali. A Ccsmnqham. I will through them, trinsmit to the owner without delay, the highest market pnea in Cash. ocllO w.t. 1st Jan. CO-PARTNERSHIP. " InAVE this day associated with me in theGrocery and Commission business, Mr. THOMAS J. SCOTT. The business hereafter will be conducted under the style ol RUSSELL A SCOTT, at tho old stand of D. W. Russell's No. 0, Broadway. septl9 '55. s. R. RC2JXIX. t. j, scorr. RUSSELL & SCOTT, Wholesale Grocers, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 50, Broadway, Nanhvillc, TcnncsBCo. sept. 19. tf. R. M. V ANNOY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY Huntsville, Alabama. Will practice in the counticof JacVson, Madison, Marshall and DeKalb. RrtEEREXCEe R. II. M'Ewen ti Wilken, W. A. & J. G. M'Clelland, Morgan A Co., Jamea Whitworth. seplt '55. 8m. Third Large Importation . FOR THE FALL AND WINTER OF 1855. RC. McNAlRY & CO. will open this day a very large , stock of rich and desirable Fancy Goods. This stock has been bought in the last ton days in New York and principally lor cash. This will enable us to sell at very reduced prices to cash and prompt buy ers. The pub lic are respectfully invited to calf nnd examine their Rich Flounced Robes Tor evening dre?ces; do do do for day and dinner dresses; do Brocades; dit Moire Antiquos; do Meus DeMaines, entirely new; do Cashmeres, do do do Oashmere Robes de Chambre, entirely new; do French Calico do do, co do; With very many other desirable goods. Call and see them all. Wo shall be opening new poods every night this week which we will taso pt asuro in exhibiting the next morn ing; ocl23 RC McNAlRYACO. WRAPPINGS FOR FALL AND WINTER. WE willopsnon MOSDAY. 2 Ha inst, the largest stock of CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, Ac, Ac, Ac. Ever Offered in this City. All persons wanting a nice article in this way would do well to give us a call, as our Stock embraciis every thing new; ranging In prices om?5to$i0l. R. C. McNAIKY & CO. fep22. tf. TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. SEALED proposils wUl be received at the Engineer's Oflico of the Tennesson and Alabama Railroad, is Nashville, until Thursday, November 1st, 1355, forGRAD TNG the extension ofthe road from its present terminus to Broad street, n distance of cne mile. Also, for building the MASONRY' AND STREET BRIDGES, and furnish, ing tho TRACK TIMBER. Tho profile and plans of the work can ba seen, and any further information obtained, at tbo aboteoEce. A. ANDERSON, octl7 ?tw, Jt.. Eng. T. A A.R. It. Co. A. Kerr & Co., STORE NO. 21 CEDAR' STREET KASaVJLLE: DIRECT IMPORTERS OF THE REAL HAVANA Scgars, Virgin-a Chewing and Smoking To. batco, French Brandies, Jamaica Kum, Holland Gin Wines, Cordials, Emits, Ac jnlyl7 REMOVAL. THURSTON A BERNARD have removed to No. 16 Public Square, next door to Oalhoun'n, where they will be happy to show their customers a first rate stock of Dry Goods, consisting of Black, Brown, and Blue Broad Cloths; Black and Fancy Caisimcre?; Vestings, Gloves, Hosiery, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Ac, Ac. THURSTON Ai BERNARD, No. 10 Public Square, (Next door to diliioun s.) WE now have on hor.d a beautiful Mock of French and English Mcrhn-s, Plain Plaid and Ambre shaded all wool DeLair.cs, Bombazines, C-shmere?, Mn chester DcLatnes; Plaid, Red, Yellow and White Flannels, uU qualities. Also, a complete stock of Staple Goods, Servants' Goods of all kiada, to which we invite the ntten. tion of all CASH bnycrs, as ne can give good bargains. sept-25 tf ARKANSAS COTTON PLANTATION FOR SALE. "f 71 7 ACRE8 of Superior COTTON LAND. Im J, . t J. I provenients: 2!45 acres cleared and in cultiva tion; about same amount old deadening and burn, which can be put into Cotton the first yean a comfortable dwell ing, EOodGin, Mill, and all necessary out-houses; a Cistern and Well of Superior water; Orchards, Ac. The tract can be enlarged to any extent, as I own the back land. 3 Its locality ii very favorable, situatedin Arkansas coon, ty, on the south side of tho Arkansas river, in a healthy and pleas-int neighborhood, adjoining the plantations of Dr. John A. Jordan and the Messrs. Douglass, and with in three miles or the Little Rock and Napoleon Railroad, which is in progress and will be completed in less than u?n rn-ir. A h-Train ran ha had bv eari V application to ih undersigned on the Dremises. or by letter addressed to South Btnd Post-Office, Arkansas county, Arkansas. Also rrter to tuuias u. Aii?i, jiiompnis. octS UManw Jt. . villa Union and Banner cony tillfirst Jcnnary- ia wetkly, and send bill to this oflloe Memphis Bullet GROCERIES. sjIISimiES. 300 b pint t lnt&; 5t0.O.iT Reeatia Ciiars; 2.J0 Mcle? -"JT tloj" . i So bblsNoi l" Macierel; 100 bxs Soap; , -v casks Oiird, Dupey and j ' i Pihel Caetilian Brandy; 200 dox Water Buckets; jr. da reposn-- 100 ci-ka AVice-; 100 do Soda; . -j ,10 cerpons 4odiso; Ik Jl-caAs Madder;: 43 basSpicc; ,50r dp .Uipfccr;. IT-.,, Vtnf- r.r.tilYin iha tit. tnrSAlaPV- joneft u It. S. FRBNC1I & SON. CRfinKKlES. ( Z nilDSSugarf. S -pOlvoies quart, pint, 10 V 100 bara Rio Ccfleer- H Tl?1 ELwks; and lO'JbbU Loaf, Ciu&hodcnd 50 boxes Tumblers; Powdered Sugar;' , 50. do ffon nnl K S3 lOabhlsMoiasses; Ion jars; ts ur a .! MO Demiiotms ass d sires; . SO bbl tVi bbiaMierel: 2000 H A K tss Sardines; 00.kirsNailt,a5S3rled; 25 do Pecans; "Witbarrcls Sa't: 20 barrels do; H'50 buosTobacre; ' 25 chests Tea, assorted; 500 wbouv bait, aDd qnartcr itw gross "aisues; Poxes war Uandles; aw roiau h tapps "ib 50 boxes Sperm and Tallow 500 bags bhot, assorted; . Candles; 2000 birs Lead; ' ion boxcjiltwun Roan? 100 dozen Painted Buckets; 500 barrels Cincinnati Rec- 25 ncst3 Tubs; fled Whisky; sc,.&c.,ae. A mo A well assnrled stock of line Clears. Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Indigo.- Madder, and a large lot1 of Import ed and Demesne Liquors, fie, in store anu iur jic u, iuly29 JO. EDWARDS. OROCK11TS. (?. FRESH ARRIVALS. 1 fifl HHDS N O prime and choice Sugar; lUU 100 bbls K B Molasses; 50 i-i do do; BOO scksRio Coffee prime T 50- bbls and bons Loaf Sugar; i0 do- crashed do; 10. do powdered do; - - 10 tierces -tsARice; 20 bags Black Pepper; 10 da Altpics; 5 do R Ginger; ,20 casks London Porter; 10 barrels Texas Pecans; 10 do SS Almonds; S ', do Cream Nuts j; 5 do Filberts";. J 60 boxes Raisies ; -800 barrels Rectified Whiskey; in iln Old Resorva do; ' . 50 do Robertson County D Distilled Whiskey out atvi tuivrur; 50 do best American Brandy; 20 do do Giny 10 - do NERum; CO do SMWine; 50 do Cider Vinegar ; imt tin Summer Ala: " ' 100 boxes Tobaerai good carmnoo.mediu-i and?. 20 do cut Chewing Tobacco a una article ; 0,000 imported Havana Cisara lest brands; 100 boxes Melee do; 200 do, M and . Star Candles; 50 do Suoimor Tallow do; 100 dozen Painted Buckote; SO boxes Pearl Starch ; 0 do Soap; 0 dozen Corn Broxns; 10 bundles Mason's Blacking; 50 boxes Writing Ink ; eno krers Wheclin2 Nails beat brands.? With Powder. Shot Lead, Percussion Cap3, nnd numtr o us other articles In tao Grocery lice. For salo low by may 1 0 n c a. mtKAiuAM s w. FINE LIQUORS AND WINES. . "f A H PIPES jint Cognac Brandies, bKt brands; XU 8 K do do do do do; 10 K do do Bordeaux do - do ; 2 pipes Holland Gin ; 2 puncheonswar Jamaica Rnm : 2 do Ji ne oa Malt Irish Whiskey ; 5 quarter casks choice old Madeira Wiuo; 5 do do Sherry do; 20 do different grades Port do; 50 boxes Claret Wine; 60 baskets and boxes Champagne ; 10 boxes assorted Cordials. Received and for salo by febs E. S. CHEATHAM & CO. SUNDRIES IN STORE AND FOR SALE BY WEbSELL & THOMPSON, VmoS STREET. 25 r BBLS Cranberries; 10 bags SS Almonds: 25 hf-bbls co; so cases sardines naives 25 qr-bbls do; aud quriera; 50 boxe3 Raisins; 100 doien Loudon Porter SO hf-bxs do; pinU and quarts; 25 qr-bxs do; 50 doxen Scotch Ale ; 4 ca5e3lruoe3inglassars;100 do Assorted Pickles. 2 do do in boxes; fjan24 JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER TWEED 2 HALF PIPES OLD OTARD BRANDY; 2 quarter casks Superior Madeira; 1 do do do Sherry; 1 do do do Port;' SO baskets Bollinger ChampaOTC. For sale by (jan2 1) WESSEL & THOMPSON. LONDON PORTER. 100 doien .London Porter of extra quality, received this day, and for tale by jan24 WESSKL & THOMPSON. TEAS. A few chests of Fine Black and Green Teas, of delicious flavor, received this day, and for sale bv jan24 WESSEL &, THOMPSON. NOTICE. Sllr LOOMIS & CO., my sole nsrents for Nashville, , will furnirh the people o"f Tennessee with all the dif ferenttindsof Wine made by me, at my Cincinnati whole tale prices. Abo the Cataw'aba Grape Cuttings for plant ing. Calland see them. N. LONUWOETli. marSCtf Cincinnati Ohio. LYONS As CO. Importers aud Dealers in Havana Cigars, To bacco, and nil kinds of Foreign Wises, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Csdah hTanxT. Nashville. Tenn. STATE RIGHTS. EVERY' State, by ths Constitution, ha3 the right to reg ulate its own internal trade, 4c, but to strengthen the constitution by regulating the internal man, it is. neces sary to use Dr. Mills' Aromatic Stomnch Bittern, A delicious, innocent, tonic, dicrotic medicine, a speciCc for Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Billion Colic, Lowness of Spirits, and all Nervous Diseases, a certain cure for Sum mer Complaints, a Cholera Preveotative.Fcverand Ague, Ac. This is truly a valuable preparation, a fetrcngtbamug , invigorating Cordial, prepared from tho purest, very best materials, and Purely Vegetable, every article of which is strengthening and invigorating to the system, and by its highly Aromatic properties is amost Delightful Bever age. The usa ot these Bitters in all BiEoiu or Liver Com plaints, by their strengthening powers to assist Nature, will obviate the nf cessity of using PjliS or other drastic purgatives, sooflea attended wilh ssricus derangements of ths system. ... ,. , Every well regulated Hotel and Bar should be supplied with Mills' Aromatic Stomach Bitters as they are much more pleasant and healthful than the ordinary "Bar Bit ters" heretofore used -, a ainglo trial will exclude all others. Doss Adults a teaspoontiil to a small wine glass three timesaday.oroftener. Add a little water or winoif too strong. Sold in quart botlte3 by all respectable Druggists and dealers in Wines and Liquors in the United Stales. Cana das. &c, and at wholesale by LYONS & CO , july21 Wholesale Agents. Nashville, Tenn. OW OPEN. Thoso gennino MK-USCUAUH PIPES. Alsoa very large lot ot imitation, peautuui- lv finished. These aro tho most handsome .fines ever brousht to this city. I have just received a lot cf handsome WALKliG CANES, which I will sell low, at ths sign of the little In dian. Cherry street. fangS!) J. MOORE. ' NEW GAS FIXTURES. ' JUST received a very handsomer lot cf CHANDALIERS and other articles in our lino, and if yon ever intend to have tho Gas in your house, jou caunet find a more Ja vornble time, for we are sellinz cheaper than ever, and have the very best workmen employed, and guarantee to do the very best work. Wehave all kinds of Fixttrros,f rem the large Six Light filianrlnlier to the plainest Pendant. We have Chandaliers that c 3 n be used for Gas or Ctndles, and parties living eff the lin of the Gis pipe can be turnisncd wiiu laiiuonani; Chsndalicr, and use other materials until the Gas pipes reach their premises. Gas Pipk Wobk of all kinds, either furSrEAHOit Gas, done with d&spatch. Apply to J. U.Kendncc, at tho oliiei ot theGasLiht Company. ulj-3 E. L. DAVIS A CO. PERFUMERY. TU5T received dirtct from firsthand Importers, a good -I . c ii- . ii r. 1 r.' 1 . - asAoruiieui o. fiuu i enuuici j iiil; ilihc consisting in mrt ofthe followipe". viz: A large invoice of Grecian,,, Englub, Teeth and Hair Brushes. Also, a fine assortment of Teetb.Brusbes, fspecially for children. Puffs and Puff boxes, something now and very nice. Ljibins, Genuine Extracts. French and American Colognes, of various styles. Fine Ivory Toolh .Combs. Large BuiTalo Dressing and Barbers' Corah. Large Transparent Wash Ball. Itazm's Barbers' Blocks. Toilet Vinegar, a superior article for the Batb. Tooth Paste and Soap, of various styles witf patterns. Jliir GJoves and Bathing Brushes. " Bay Rum, extra finp in largo bottles. Lybn's Kaiharion. Barry's Tricopherens. Vegetable and Liquid Rouge Pink Saucers. Skin Powdern, cf assorted kinds. Hair Dyas of tho moat opprorod brands. Received and for sale loA-.at STRErCH'S DrngSlorc, soplfit Corner College end Union ytsNashville. COTTON OSNA'URGS. BALES superior No. 1 7 S Osnabiirgs, just rccoiv cd and for salo by SEYMOUR. FANNING A CO. 30 augl BAGS... . . BAGS. ON and after the 1st of August, we will be able to fur nish 1,000 Bsgiper day, (for Win at. Flour, Oats and Corn.) Persons requiring Bags, will please rend in their orders at as early a day as possible. jiil,21 W. 11. GORDON & CO. 'PAKE NOTICE. Wo have nw goi our STEAM X STONE SAW MILL in full operation, and have any, quantity of SAWED FLAGO.S on hind And also, our CORN MILL will bs found ready at all hours of tho ay to grind corn for customers, at the wto of twenty busheis per hour, nttka ordinary prices. SAMUEL IfASLAM docS, '54 JAS W t-H.TS IF YOU WANT TO TKAim, JOir luU 11AVK A t'Mli. GENTLEMAN who owns a SMALL FARM unim A proved, heavily timbered and good ijind, only roi.os from the City, wi.-hesto excDange it ir aeau iii.- GROKS at a flr price, novl 7t. For information call at this olhce JLST RECEIVED. A LARGE stock of Gentlemen's Clothing, consisting of Cloths, Oassimeres, and Vesting?, which I will sell at very low prices lor Cash at 07, up stairs, College st septS-tf A. MORRISON. DRY GOODS. JAMES NICHOL, NO. 20. PUBLIC SQUARE. rj'now prepared to exhloithia Fall Importttloa'cf-RICH: FOREIGN AND AMERICAN bey noons. Comprising one cf 'tho most desiraila ASSORTMENTS aver offered, selected from the very latest Importations, and purchased under the GREAT DEPRESSION OF TRICES IN THE EASTERN CITIES, daring the months of Sep tember and October, under the circarastanccs I feel gratifi ed that l can oner sucn inaucemenis as win cnaDie alt m urchasc SILKS. I have a Urzo and well selected assortment of Silks at all I'lllUrS, and well suited toe tne iait trade, &&. Super Brocsde Striped Silks; Rich Poult de Soia Silks; " I'laid Ulacie, co " Gros de Aprigne, do Plaid and striped Silk, (great variety) Plain Glaiae; " Bl'kWat'd, new style: " Gro de Rhine, (all widths;) " Clalley, (all colors.) Wcddinr and Ereninir Drcasos. (beautiful variety) c-ta Silks of all kinds, Ac. Ac. WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. Plaid and Stripped Cashmeres; Tartan Plaid, (all colors and widths:) Real French Merino6. from 50 cents up; -Mousle do Laines, 8-4, 6-4 widths; Superfine Bombazines: White Cftbhmeres De Ecossa; Valencia Robes, (rich) Alpaca's; And a great variety of other styles, new and cheap. LACE GOODS. Medalion Maltese Collars and Sleeves; Trimmed rjnproidered Columuu LACE Embroidered Collars, Sleeves and Habits: Morning Collars and Steeree. , TI 1 " , J, TT 11 1 1 irencn .moroiueiea nana tercaieia; Mourning, do. Applique SpriggSj Cambric Flouncing and Bands; Embroidered Chemixetts and Sleeves; Volencienne and Maltese. Laces. and Edgings, Jacoatt end Swiss, do. nTniTTc m it Tf i o cm wtq r. j ijujiilo , a o, aixiiji A beautiful variety of Cloth and Velvet Clcaks. 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 Cass Linens; Barnsley Sheeting; Bird-Eye Diaper; Hnccabic Crash Napkins and Irsh Linens; French Linen Cambrra Engfish Silk and Cotton Hosiery; Winter Hosiery; aU kinds, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves; Beaver and Ganntla Gloves, Ac, Ac. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS. French and English Cloths and Cassimeres, (great variety) Cloaking Cloth; Blankets, of all kinds; Satinets; Jeans; Tweeds, (all wool;) Plaid Linseys; Real Welch Flannels, Ac; Domet, Ac, Ac; and all other descriptions, Ac Ac. COTTON GOODS. Sheeting, (all widths;) Bleached and Brown Domestics; English and American Prints; lloyles Prints; and. a great variety of other Goods. Call and examine my Stock of Ooods. ToCASH BUY ERS and PUNCTUAL CUSTOMERS great inducements will bo offered. JAAIES NICHOL. Nashville, Nov. 3, 1S54. GROCERIES. TnE FOLLOWING COMPRISES IN PART OUR STOCK, which is nearly complete, which enables us to offer inducement- to purchasers 789 bags Rio, Havana, Lag- 20 boxes Stoughton Bitters; uyraand Java Coffee; 200 casks EngGsh Soda; 400 bags extra Baltimore Cof- 50 chests Teas, assorted; fee; 25 bbls Crackers; 530 hhds choice end prime 100 doz Wash Boards; Sngan Cotton Yams, oss'd; 110 bbls Iaf crashed acd 200 dor. Buckets; powdered Suar: 100 bbls Flour; 800 bbls Molasses; 600Hhbls do; 50 do Golden Syrup; 50 bags Pepper; 20 ' Spice; 25 " Ginger; 25 bbls Mackerel; 50 kits do; 500 boxes Sardines; 25 do Pickles, assorted; 10 bbls Alum; 10 " Brimstone; 5 bbls Spanish Brown; COO bags fane Salt; 50 doz Scotch and Rappet SnntT; COO bags Shot, oss'd; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 5000 lbs bar Lead; 100 gross Blacking; 50 boxes Fancy Soap; COO " Rosin Soap; 10 cska. A Sira't Brandv: 10 " Otard, DupyACodo r ti if. vj-t... V nuctia ii UQ 20 bbls Pert Wine: 25 Indian bbls Sweet Wine, extra: 20 bbls Sweet Wine, 500 cola salt: OOA noniiiohT!j nrtpri" . pipes liouand um; 50,000 Cigars, vanous brands; soouisAm 00 boxes qt, pt. and pint 50 bbls'Brandy; do; Flasks: 20 bbls Rtun; CO boxes Tumblers; 1000 ke23 Nails, osst'd; 500 reams Wrap Paper, 10 ceroor.3 best Indigo; 2 casks Madder; 100 bis Tobacco, all grades; 50 doz Cords and Lines; 60 10 50 50 50 50 500 Peach Brandy; UflliG 1 OIdBourbonWhikr uiu itye co; Old Reserve do; OldMong do; Rect'd do; Pike's JIair. do: 100 bis white Havana Sugar;200 loo boxes atar uanuies; 200 boxes Claret Wine; 100 gross .Matches: 25 siarcn; 50 boxes Tallow Ccidlcs: 20 boxes Lemon Syrup: Tog&thcr with many other articles usually kept in our line. iAiiiita r nii.i.ira, jnlyl4 '55 No. 9 Market street JUST RECEIVED 115 hhds N O and Clarified 75 bags Pepper, Spice and Sugars; Ginger; 115 bbls A hf bbls Reboiled 100,000 Havana Segars; Mobsses; 100,004 American do 500 kegs Nails, assorted; 60 bbls Cider Vinegar; 50 J coils Kentucky Rope; 10 casks Scotch Ale; 100 whole and half boxes 100 dozen Brooms; Star Candles; 00 reims Wrapping Paper; 5 boxes Scan; 100 2 to 5 giUon Demijohns; 0 do Starch; 0 doz Painted Buckets; 0 dozen Pickle?: 10 bbls Copperas. 50 kegs Shot and Lead; By SEYMOUB, FANNING A CO., je"22 w b Owner Market and Chnrch Streets. LIQUOR. S00 bbls Rectified Whiskey ;20 do Holland Gin; 60 bbls Old Reserve do 50 do Malasa Wine; 50 do MonougihsLi do 100 doz Wolfe's Schieiam 80 do Bourbon do Schnapps; 20 do Peach Brandy; 5 quarter casks Pure Port 12 bbls Robinson co Whisky; Wine; 80 bbls American Brandv; 3 hf pipes Otard Brandy, For sale by SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO., je22 Corner Market and Church Streets. R. F. BELL, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Opposite Sewanee Hons, College Street, No. 28, NASHVILLE, TENN, Healer in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Clover Seed, Killet Seed, Nails, Poy- der, Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c- OIGARS AND TOBACCO. 25 M Cobden Cigars very superior article ; 25 " Rio Hondo do; 20 " Lopize do; 10 M Washington do ; 10 " Rodece3 Pressed Cigars; 10 El Alamo do"; 10 " LaPalniareal do; 10 " Jenny Lind do; 10 " El Divan do; 10 " Ariana do; 25 boxes Barry James Virginia Tobacco; 23 " Blair A Raysdill's do; 5 " La National do; 10 " StNichsIas do; fiO " Musselman's best brands do; 50 " I-tnghoraoA Armistead's do yer, Super. The above are offered for very low prices for casb. By ap3 R. F. BELL. W OOLi 31 A O II IN E U Y. C. L. GODDARD, 'NEW YORK. ONLY manufacturer of the original Steel Ring and Tooth Burring Machines and Feed Rolls, to be attached to First and also to Second Breakers and Finishers of Wool en Carding Machine. The attachment to second Break cwaod Finiiheis is new and very important. These ma chines are in successful operation, on first Breakers, in most f.f the principal Woolen Factories in the United States, Canada and Mexico, and are deemed by experienced man ufacturers, as the most pzrfcct machines used, and India, pccsablo to the economical and successful mannfaerure of wool. They aro in fact the only strong, durable and successful, ly operating machines in use. N o carding machine should run an hour without them. The Feed Rolls ore strong and durable, and worthy of attention. Circulars explaining these Machines nnd Kolls, reference to the mills having them in use, Ac, may ba bod by addreS' Fin" C. L. GODDARD, to. 5 Bowling Grocn, Now York, to whom all orders should be directed. Eeptie lyw, GIERS' SIDE SKY-LIGHT DAGUERREAN GAL LERY, rriT?7TT-T nv TVEATjERICK STREET AND SQUARE. ti r Y I'lin.MS an fitted uaitio style inferior to nene. ii with tho best Sido SkyiLight, in tho city, fronting mmediately on tna i--quare. Persons in want of a fine life-like and flesh colored DA GUERREOTYPE, will find it to their advantage to call and examine my Specimens, and I warrant lo give Sitij- ' S n,J '.lion,! Jn. l-UTlUiil HI tJYCT) V&U Ul UU umaK" - ww v-. - J forjourself. oct3 CHA3. G. GIEltS. HERMETRICAL SEALED AND SELF S EALING FRUIT CANS. FRUIT C-ns of various sizes, suitable for putting up Iruils and vegetables. Also: Preserving Kettles brass, iron enameled, and iron tinned. All sizes end Tery low prices. Iron tpoons, LadleJ, Skimmers, Preserving t-poons, 2 and 8 pronged Forks, all of the beet French Manufacture.- Preserving Furnaois, Ironinz Furnaces, Sell-Healing Sad Irons, at redoced prices. For sale by Nashville, Aug 5- SNOW. MACKENZIE A CO. WHEAT WANTED. HAVING an order for thirty thousand bushels of Wheat end wishing to fill it immediately, 1 will pey lor the rext ten or twenty days fm. niiutifjct to w doll'ir and five cents per buchal, according to quali.y. scot21 No. 4'J Broid street Oats Wmiteth Vi anted, for which we wm pay UASIL. KutKPATRlC A NEV1NS. K-p22 illt- TO MERCHANTS. LOOK at a juperior lot cf BLANK BOOKS, JuU re ceived and for salo by ' . ,iSl CHARLES W. SMITH-. "VJOW LTvNDING. 113 bags prima Baltimore Cof. L fee; ' 100 dozon assorted Pickles; half pipoa Pure Old Cognac Brandy. txptii f SEYMOUR. FANNING A OO. " REMOVAL. rnllE Nashville Imnranco Atrency Cffico is n-moved to 1 tho building at the South-east corner of College rirl Cburohstre;!-. scpto jurr.ru r-Aaxu i'.iAlO bu&hels wanted. JOSEPH NASIL 81 C'Ies f treat. 8n2." 2w SCOTCH ALE. 60 dozen Tennaut'i Ale, received this d ay and fur sale by jan24 WESSEL & THOMPSON. GROCERIES. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C. ii ;e have how in store ot4o uollega strest,near Bread, VV the following articler, which we will sell low for t'-in, or to puncin-j uimic 60 hhds prime Sugar, S25 fcaga prima Rio i Coffee; 85 bbls Loaf Sugar; 75 bxs and Star Can- 10 bbU Crushed Sugar; dies; 5 bhta Powdered buan uociiuuer aiuiuw 50 boxes L-nghom li Arra- Candles: steadaTObaceo; 60,000 Meleo Cigara (San- Vir. ders:) gtnla Tobacco; ov,uuu miu ujni 20 bbls superior Vinegar; 5 bbls Alum; 10 bag Allspice; 15 bags Pepper; 20 bacs Ging-.'r, 25 bbls Crackers rioos Brands- 1C0 Cases Matches; 9 cases Madras Indigo; 1 cask Madder; 50 coils Cot on Kopa for Bedcords; 1 COO doz Cotton Yarn3; .40 bbls Clover Sed: CO li bbls Re-boiled. Mo- 400 bags Shot -11 sizes; I. OlVll it 1, 1 lasses -wu iu3 iw cju, 72Q casks English Soda- 4 bbls Putty in bladders, u LIQUORS. 850 bbls Whisky, Ohio, va- 0 & and pipes Bran- rioos brandsr dies, various brands; 85 bbls D D Robertson co, 10 bbls pure SweetMalaga . AVi8y, vry line; 40 bbls Monongahela Rye; 5 bbls old Mononghela, ve y fine; sl"pippure Holland Gin, 'fa-rla brands: Wide: 8 bbls Maderia Nine; 10 baskets Champagne; 10 casks Port Wine; 15 bbls Imitation Malaga; 5 " N. E. Rum; 5 " Domestic Gin; 20 " " Bran-'j; 1 pipe'pure Irish Whisky; nines fine Brandy IRON". NAILS , AND CASTINGS rooft as. A.-B. StesI: 150 tons fiol'd Iron, all sizes: 4000 at. Cwit Stel, all sizes; 50 " Ilatn'd Iron, (Tenn.) 2500 al.E,B. SteeL 80 ' rutinga, all kinds; oou cess nous; GLASSWARE. 50 boxes quart FlaskK 5o d.oX10 A 10X12 Glass; 85 gal AKgal botties; 20 " 12X14 4 1-X16 do; 60 " pintAKP'-'stSO " 14X16 A 14X'0 do; in Tumblers, all lands: 20 " Decanters: 15 " gallon Squat Jars; 10 " H gallon squat Jars; SA ;i . 1000 bags factory filled fine Salt; CO barrels Salt; ALE. BARRELS Walkcr'a celebrated 1 I warranted. Summer Ale, Having removed partot ourStcckforashort time we will be pleased to see oar old friends at No. 45, Collega , . i .., o.- : i,,.;?! . ,.T., sweet, ne ri3roaa,unui our uv owjiw w w.-.-i ,- stand on Kmad st'eet n'titiM inna.a. CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Cure of COUGHS, C0XDS, HOIKSEaESS, BR0SCHITIS,Wn00FIXG-C0IIGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND C0SS0MPTI0X. This remedy 1 offered totlw community with the confl dSBcewe feci iu anaiticle which seiJoei liU P rallzo the nap;.le.t Cect thAt cn bo dfire0. :o wide ia the field of its uaefalors, aud to numerous he ca w (X Us cure, that al mostevery fetiou or couctry alionnits in persons, pabtleiy known, whu liavo been restored ttom uUirniinc and even desperate ilUraKS of tho longs. lj tla ue. When ont tried its auperlorUy over everj ii hn raodiclne ot M tluU ij too apparent to escape observation, and where it virtaw are known, the public no lender hesltata what antidote to era ploy forthe dlslrwslns and dangerous afl-eellon efthe iul monary orpuu which aroiocfiteiit U)urellma.t. Notlii-r; Tim called louder for the tarntst loqulry of rsedt cal men than the alarming prevalence and fatality ofcn tsmplive complaints, nor ha t any one claw ol iliMaacsbail more of their fovestlgatioaa and Mre. But as jet bo 8d- auate remedy has been provided on which the public could epand for protection from soar:., upon tn respiratory or CaaSrUnttl thelntrodaeticn of tho CntaRV TKcrnitiL. Ihis article 1( the product cf a loni;, laborious, aud, 1 believe, euecoaarul endeavor, to rural.- the community with such a remedy. Of this- last statement th American fwple are now theraaelve, prepared to JodjefnnJl appal wuhcon ndoiice to their dethion. If there la any dependence lo bo p'eced In what men or every cla?s and atation canity It has done for them ; if we ran trust oar own scorn when we me dangerous affections of the throat and lanps yield to it j if we can dopend upon bo assurance of loK-IIigent pbyatelana who mile itthalr baslneastoknow : in short, if them Is any rclianca upt-n aojthlnf, then it la Irrefutably proven tnst tills medicioo does relieve and dnea care the cll-s of .Ueasesit Is drained far, PejoDdany and 4I others that are known to mankind. If this be true, It cannot be too freely published, nor bo too widely known. TbeafHIctedhouU know It. A roroedytbat cures Is pricelefstothem. Parent, should know It: tfcetr children are prtcclet" loth -in. AlUhould know It; or health can be priced to no one. Not only should it b tlr colsted henrj but every where rot only in this country, bat In all cnuotrlos. Howfaithfiilly s hae acted oa this con viction la aborrn In the fact that alreaJy shl. article b. made the circles of the globe. The sunneyei sotson luliiuHsi no continent iswltbout it, and but few people. Although not la to general aeelnotlier natlona aaiu thii. itlsemplo)ed by the rnoal intelllsent In almost all cirii.i..! cointnea. Ills extensively employed In both Amcrits, in Europe, Aala, Africa, Australia, and the far on llanda of the -. Xjf U asdiiattoits possessors there as her, and thoy rnV at a valuable remedy with even more av.dity. Unlike rat pre paritlocorlls kiod, it la an expensive corn poaillna of cost ly material. Still It i afforded to lie public at a reaiooably ow price; and, what ia of vastly more laiportanee to there. Its quality ia never autre red to docllne from tl-origln-l stand ard of excellence. Kvory bottle ol this medicine, now ma nufactured, is aa good as everhas been made heretofore, or aa weara capable of making No toil cr cos, is spamt ia maictalsinclt In the best perfectlou which it U possible to produce. Hence thepatientwhoprocnrealhesenaineCnK bt fxcroKaL can rely upon havlii as -ood an artiile as has ever been c&a py inose wnnxesuij 10 im cures. Bv purauiucthU course, 1 have tbo hope of doing som good in tne worm, aiweu as toe sausiacuon oi Deuevm that mneh haji boen done already. i'repared by J.C.AVEUil'ractlcnl nnil An alytical CliemUt. Lowell, Tr5u.. Sold st Wholeaaleby BKBKV & 1IEJIOV1LLE; At Retail by 11KOWS &. GKUH15S. TCP Also, by my Agents In almost evciytowu intheState. a"'5S tm ILELMBOLD'S GENUINE rRErARATION. HELilBOLD'S IUGLY COHCENTRATEO COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU For diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, Secret Diseases, Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases of the Sexual Organs; wbetberin Male or Female, from whatevercause tiny may have originatedrsnd co matter of hoiv long standing. IF you have contracted the terrible disease which, when once seated ia the ajste u, will surely go dorrn froai one generation to another, undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids 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 ulschoodj, too well calculated to deceive ihe young, and those nofac- auainted with their tricks. You cannot bo too careful in le selection of a remedy in these casis. The Fluid Eztract Bucim has been pronounced by emi nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. "It is a medicine perfectly pleasant In its taste, and very innocent in Its action, and yet so thorough that it annihilates every particle of the rank and poisoneus virus of thi3 dreadful disease; and, unlike other remedies, does not dry np tbe disease in the blood. Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, a moit terrible disease, which has brought thousands ol the hu man racs to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and tj'ighting in tlio bed the glorious ambition of many & noble yoqth, oan be cured by this Infallible Remedy. And asa medicine which most bene fit everybody, from the simply delicate to the confined and despairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting both as a Cure and preventive. ULMBOLDS HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COHPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARIIXA, For Punfjing the Blood, remoring all diseases arising from excess ol Mercury, exposure and imprndenie in life, chronic constitutional disease, arising trorn an im pure state of the Blood, aud tbe only reliable and efi'ec tual known remedy for tho cure of Serofula, SaltRheuin, Scald bead. Ulcerations of the Throat and Le3, Pains and Swellings of tbe Bones, Tt tier, Pimples on the Face, and all Scalr Eruptions of the Skins. THIS article is now proscribed by some of ihe most distinguished physciacs in the country, and has proved more eificient in practice than any preparation of SarsapariLayet offered to tho public. Several cases of secondary Syphil.s, Mercurial and Scrofuleus di-eases haveentirelyiecoveredin the incurable wards of oorPab lic Institutions which had for many yeare resisted every mode of treatment that could be derincd. Ttwso cases furnish striking examples cf the salutary clftcH ol this medicine i'rl arresting some cf tha moftioveteiate drfeases, after the glands were destroyed, end the boaea already affected. Notice. Letters from responsible Physicians end Pro fessors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from patients will bafoondcci)mpn-iBg both Prepara tions. Pnicss, Fluid Extract orBacIm, 5 1 per bottto or 6 do for 5 " " of rUrsaparilla, " " , equal in strength to one gallon of Syrup ol Sarsapar ilm Preparcd and sold by H. T-HELMBOLD, Chei-ist, 23 Chestout Stiect, near the Girard House, Tbitadelpbia. To be had of and of Druggists and Dealers every wbcrp. All letters directed to the Proprietor cr Asjrent rectivas imraediite attention. junel ly T. WELL?, Agent, Market st, Nashvillo IL O. SCOVEL, No. 52 North Side Public Square. LIVERY STAIILE, THE undersigned having taken the rs-fpSyc Livery Stable on Matket St't et, for- t. merlr cocunied bv the Messrs. Uaainer"s. seem 1 dcor below the Nashville Inn, nnd opposit the Mnsio'i Ilnnsn. rcsnectfullv announces that ho -.ill keep no band good horses and vehiclesto ba let to the hiring public on reasonable terms, lie is nrebareilto take care of. in the best mincer, all hones left with him, either as bvardin-r horses or irarelers. His Stable is situated convenient to besinesh, and he wlti keep none but experienced ostlers and ths best provcr der the market will afford. Terms moderate. sep2I dtri-wAwtf W. H. 110Wi:LI NOTICE. Bf Y virtue of an order to me directed from the Governor Tcncesee. I will i pen and hold Mi c-leelioB en SATURDAY, the 1st day cf Dicember next, at the -m1 puces for voting in tiie uounty oi luviason, tor me pur. poso of electing a Jvdgo of the Supreme Court lor tho f bit rn Divuiou or the iitatc oi l ecnesee. E.B. RIGLhY, Sheriff, octI3 Id of D-widion county. OFKEr:"(NEW" C OP.) ZOO SACKS. PRIME KIO COFFEK Jusl received and for saie by octzT. E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. iW STORE. 1W boxes lowpnceu Virginia Touac. co ; 20 boxeVcclebrated Pan Caka Tobacco; r A 1,.., UriAm Af V.MCnIn Tnn.n... IWMd I W. 1 lljUil. IUUW.WI SO boxes Palmelto Twist Tobacco. For sale by spt23 SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO. INSURANCE. TENNESSEE MARINE Fire 22sura2cc Compaay IJU. -, $150,000! OFFICE North-West Corner of the Public Square over Over Pearl's Exch&Dire Office. Thoy will taka risks ou Direllingi and oiher Houses, Goods in Store gainst Loss or Damage by Firo. Also, Marine and River uaurs; iron and to all ports. ALSO Negroes rtgalnst the dangers of the Hirer. DIRECTORS. JOHN M. HILL. JOSEPH YAULX, JAMES CORREY. THOMPSON ANKKSOy, G. M. FOGG, F. A OWEN. ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS. R. H. GARDNER, N. K. ALLOWAY, W. S. EAKIN. JOSEPH VAULX, President A W. BtrrLia, Secretary. niiw oct3 tf. NASHVILLE COJLMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL 100,000. (ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.) THIS COMPANY being folly organized, aceordiojr- to Charter, is prepared to writ PoBcies against LOSS cr DAMAGE BY FIRE, cn Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise generally. Also, on shipment- against Ioju or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation cn the most favorable terns. Life and Negro Policiosgranted at current ratis. Orncs- No. 83, corner ol" Square an J Cedar ttreei. DIE-CTOES. ALEXANDER FALL, v y. BERRY ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JAMES WOODS. JOHN KIRK-IAN, JOHN H. EWIN HENRY HART, Js., R, a McNAIRY THOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCReI; WESLEY GREENFIELD- AIJ3XANDER FALL, Prestde-t, J-mes Wiurrc, Secretary. Nashvilk, April SO. a w o THE UMTJSD FIEEMEN'S Insxirance Company of Nash, ville. Capital 8100,000, r- r l vomjjiuij is now in fiacres- . .rj-r . tr net- l...ii;-. r . . 1 ilsKm and Wareai and Merchan.!; T .i tl , T v. . . r.r. .... . . . . Also, on Goods, Wares cad Merchandise and Crgoc3 gen erallv, ainst the Skas, Emus, and Ixlajd Tssrcsrk tios, upon as favorable terms sny Office in the City. Office No. 25, on Celiac street, optmUe tho Sewaeo Hon- W. U MATTHEWrf, President. Jons 3. Dasuiku, Secretary. myl.V: TErifESaZE MARINE AND FIBEINS'rjSAirCE COM P ANY CAPITAL 5150.000. OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL A OS. EXCHANGE OFFICE. They will rnakoinsurance on Houses and Gcodsof every de scription apinst fire; on Steam boats and Cargo agtunst fir and thcri-cof tbe river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and on sea vessel and other c-rgoes, tn the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President. Josrrn Vaclx, Secretary. Dimerous. Alex ABison. John M HiU, F B Fogg.G M Fogg, Jame Correy, Jao M Bass, Joseph Wck1, Robert H Gardner, Matthew Wa?on,J J 'Whits, Jacob McGav oct janl THE MUTUAL PROTECTION 5.iiraiice Company oi NASHVILLE. OEITCE, KIRKMAN'S CORN'ER.UP sr AITu ENTRANCE, No. 30. TUBLIC SQUARE C0XTINCE3 to insure oa Ihe MUTUAL PRINCirT, HousesT, Merchandize,-!, against Loss orDamsg' Fire; Steamboats on enj of the W eatera waters sir.t tl ; Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargres or Vews i every description against the Perls of the Seas and Livers. Also, tbe Lives of persons in gooi herjlh. for a sing e-yc , for a term of years, or during life. Also, the Lives c i Slaves employed on steamboats. All persons haviog their hvei nrproperry insured in thii Institution, are entitled toafullpirticipition j all tho yer its, withoutanyliability to loss bojooa the -mount i.f Ir. miuma which they may pay. M. S. PILCHER, President J.B. JOHNSON. Vice Preside.. C. J.F. W-Aaroy, Secretary. tor3. . SUNDRIES. 500 barrels Whisky, variant 2 casks Uadder; brands; " 5 ceroooa Iodigu; 100 bis Brandy. Rnm, and Gin; 10 bbls Alum; 5 bis like s r mo ttraody, va- 25 " Copperas; ricus brand-: 100 bxs Fancy Soip: 20 bbh pure MaUg- Wice? SOudczBockoU; 800 c-sksSida; 100 reamsWrsppiaf P.' r Si)0 kegsNails, best brai!.; 200 bds pnmo N OJjLS!;. SO doz. W aso Hoards; -co pors Jioi-e 4 bushel Measures; 300 bags Fi!:e Salt; 40 bags Pepper; Et0 bbls KanHwha ' 20 s-pice; 40 " Ginger; S bbls Nutmegs; 2 Cioveis; " Epom Salts, 5 " Spanish Brown; 20 bxs ltolled Brimstose; In store and fer sale by septlO. J bxspiat fliai 60 nretWtn, 1U) " Mefe Cigars; 50 kegs Shot and Lezl, 50 cosb Cotton Bono 2W doz Uurkee's Celsbra ed Yeast Ponders. MORRIS A STRATTON BALTIMORE COE FEE. 855 bigs chains t t. fee. Just received and for sale by tept 19. MORRIS A STRATTO " CRUSUKU, roWHKRKU, AND LOP SUGAR. 200 bbls of Ctuahed and r.we.-e Sugar; 40 boxes Double Refined tai Fog r. Just re ceived and for sale by MORRIS A STRATTON TOBACCO. 2 Ubixes Virginia Tobacco, bejt t,ro..A Just received and fer sale by septlO MORRIS A STRATTO" YINEGAR 50 bbls Cider Vinegar. Just r -c red and for sale by MORRIa Jt STRATTO . I )itOO.HS. 300 doz Brooms. Just received aud ' r lj sale by MORRIS A STB A3 OS STAR CANDLES. 100 boxes Star CaDdlci Sz received and forsaleby MORRIS A STRATTO". COACH AND CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY S. IC. Clt OOKSH AfVKI! .V CO, AT IHR OLD STASP Or rRID. SLOA.T, No. 09 Lower Market Street, NASHVILLE, TENN. HAVING procured tbe best class of workmen, and added vry facil ity necessary for the successful prose cution of their business, invito the at tention of tho public generally to their Establ'shmc-t. Thev have on hand a great variety of CAItRl AGh , BUGGIES, Ac. of the latest styles, which they bei ere e-a not inferior in fashion or finish to any In tbe country. A., order left with us will meet with prompt attention. . Repairing dona to order. New work warrants!. joly 27, 1S55 tf SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. A LARGE invoice of Fine Surgical aad Dnxec' la sfrumenls has just been reemved and lor rale t a small advance upon Eastern cost. SiudenU acd others would do well to call end exur.. the price and quality before making their mirebate1 1 r saleby A. STRLTfU. V bolscsalo and Retail Druggist, corner C-JIew . I Union streets, Nashville. ipt tt-'. I'ORTi: MONIES. , RECEIVED this day a handsome ossorUaenl cf Pcrtj Monias. ALSO, a good supply of old stylo Pocket Yncu For sale cheap by J. IL JIcGlLL. itAZORS AND STROPS. JUST received a lot of choice Razors, made bv Wos'c heim, Rcdgem, Graves, and Wade A Butcher-t'rst rate quality. J. JJ. McGILl- HAIR AND TOOTH RRIJ.SIIKM. w E bare lust received a large variety cf Hair Brusfcya AL-oevery variety of Tooth. Clothes and Nail H r j For sale by J. IL MGILL. H. COHEN, DEALER IN JEWELRY AND READY MADE CLOTHING, AND EXCHANGE BROKER, NO. 20 DEtWERlCK STREET, NithriUe. Trnms't TTTlLLkeep cn hand a good a'eortment cf ILrad' !adj V Clothingand Jewelry, which be wiil sell as cbtapas liko articles cart be bought at any other boose in the c tv. He will alfomake liberal adrarxeson Watooea axdetu er Jewelry, Pistol Ac., at modeiatr rates, septra Ira H. C0IITN AND FANCY JOB WOHEltAN, North Ea.t Corner Public Square, NnihyllL , WHERE he will be foncd prepaied ti ox-- uta al, t of Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Work iilhl:- i bUMncsM. snrh as Peeks. Draw!rs.Tab!eJ, O.nnters, SL. i shelving, Sign lbrds, Bcxt.-. Small Jobs aat iJedt. with neatness and dispatch, cheap for cash. ma,12-tf 1) a WRIGHT. Cash for aH Mn&s c?: Produce. WHEAT. RYE, BACON, FBATHERS, ItEESV Ac, by It. (VKAN , septil S.E, Corner College and ( hurc B. O'KANET DEALER IN F02EI0N & D0a3TIC UQUOHS, 3 ALT, A? FIsar and Bran alwap on hacd-Soath-E-St cerner of Church aod College MiwU sept. t HARRIS STOCK ALE. CX BBLS received and r sale low by JiTy cct- It. O'KAV- W ANTED FOR CASH. :m00 bbla Clr br ocU R. O'EANi. 1DER VINEGAR exprefsly for fmily use. For st-e by, fseptSOJ B. OX-NK , r r .tf - t-'l V ru 1 -lA -ttt 1 L 'A iV I in IJl-sWW .-vpp.