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VOL XXVII.
NABHVILXE, TENN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 185G.
NO. 135,
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UNION AKD AMERICAN.
offies-cornee church amp cherry streets.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN is furnished
I't EELY PUAedarerj Tucrfay, Thursday
. . . ;--v w wruiiuuiat iu&ut&ucc: 'II noi
2.1iA,i,i'T.isPnbli:he(1 w Eebt Dollars.
Reiruttatiees of subscriptions maybe madebyanalUtour
No paper will be sect oat of the State unless the order is
ST we wish it distinctly understood that no paper will
oa discontinued until aU arrearages are paid, McejS ct the
option ef the publishers.
.SCOTT'S LITTLE GIANT COJIN" AIID COB
3I1LT,.
THERE are features connected with this Mill worlhror
consideration and close examination on tha part of
those wishing to purchase a Feed Mill.
IU mechanical construction and adaptation to the pur
poses designed, to crush and grind ear com. Its great ca
pacity, while doing an immense work with extraordinary
ease, ita durability is amply i'.rovided for. The complete
and entire partableness of the Little Giant, reoderiog its
greater convenience tor plantation and farm use impossi
ol. It requires no mechanical aid or W1I of expense to
put it up; any farm hind or serrant can pat up and ret one
running in half an hours time. The convenience with
which the sweep may be Applied to run horizontal ss'is
most usual or over headland the mill may be easily at
tached where steam or water is used. Tho power it takes,
requiring one and two horses, Too quantity and quality
o! product, 18 to SO bushels of good feed meal per boor,
according to the degree of fineness ground, and the size
mill. It is the cheapest mill, all thirgs considered, there
U before the public
Another thing connected with the Little Giant, as a pat
eat, and worthy of cote, is the fact that there bus been no
Patent Right Rwculatinir or huckstering about the coun
try, as Is usual with the thousand bungling make -shift Im-
iaeais wai are got cpui trace merely to gel money
T sellinz cr mlminir oif the oatent rinht noon the credu.
ions then the machine to ba abandoned by all parties as a
nnmbciricn the other hand the Patentee and Pronrietors
cf the Little Giant Mills, believing that they can and de-
lermmea tnattney will supply tne Agriculturalists ana
Stock raisers of par country with a superior Mill, are per
manentiy engaged .In the business, and hare orer ono huti.
drcd thousand dollars inrested in the manufacture of these
mills, in the East, West and South, somecf these establish,
meats employing 60 nen solely in this business. So high
ly aro thte mill appreciated, that four thousand have been
told within the past eighteen mouths, and the heaviest and
the mot exteneire Manufacturers of Agricultural imple
laentsintbo United States hare eagerly sought an later
Cit in their manufacture and sale.
No implement ha) bees more thoroughly tested; no one
of the kind has icccired so numerous and high testimonials
from Mechanics' Institutes and Agricultural Associations,
tad none by reason of substantial, practical utility and
mtntbsTe more fairly ground their way into overy day
uia and popular favor than Scott's Little Giant Corn and
Cob Milt. Orders promptly filled.
Liberal dUcouat to dealers.
BROWN 4 ANDERSON,
ccti if No. 40 Market st. Nashville, Tenn.
OmCX Or THX ilitlUID CONSOLIDATED LoTTKKIS,
Baltivoix, Jclv lit, 1853.
Au.Tickiti oa CtsTirtCATEi or Vacuum or Tickets,
IV TUX IrfJTTIXtSS AUTHOMZCO BT THX Stats or Mabtlakd
Ea THE UIIIOCIirMCD SICHATCaE or F. X. litiK.NA.V,
tirasXAt. Acs.tr roBTHi ConiRiLTon, j.rtB aktotuzbj a&k
rucsi.
0lngta the numerous applications from all parts of the
esactry.tbo management will give their attention to tlis
flillae of orders for Tickets or Cartilcatss, to tba Maryland
WUrle.
i'ortQua at a distance nay conSdaatly rely upon having
their orders far Tickets promptly Blled, and lbs strictest cou
hdeuct observed.
Ttea Lotteries are drawn dally In publle In the City ot
Baltimore, under tbe superintendence of the Slate Lausry
Com inLsioner. Heavy Bonds are given to the Etato as secu
rity Tor tha pajrasat of all Prlie. Tbe prices of Wholo
Tickets are fro a $1 to 523. Holland Quarter Tickets In
proportion.
There are never less than 3,000 Frizes In any Lottery,
vbicn Piiies arytn anoantfom 81 to 9100,000, according
to tlie price of Tickets. Far Instance
When price of Tickets Is 51 the nlgbest Prlie Is about $S,0(W
. t i 10,000
h ( i s 20.000
1 ti 11 10 " ' " " 4'J.OCO
, ,i i so " " " " " 70,000
With r.nmernas Prltes or $10,000, 65,000, S1W0, $J00. S100,
dc, &c. Persons can remit us uy amount, IromSlup
vards.thittuey wish to invest on receipt of which we for
ward llsvalae la Tleiets In the Lottery designated by the
purcbasar.or. If aooebe ilelgnated, then some Lottery that
will ba drawn afur tbr buyer lias got the ll.-ket In his posses
stoa. An OOeial Sebeme of the Lottery will be ssut with all
tickets ordered, cere nlly sailed In an ordinary enttlupe,
and on the day the Lottery is drawn the ofScist Drawing will
bc:ut, to:elber with a written Bxplanatlon of the result of
the purchase. Tha Drawn Numbers are also pabllsbed In
tuedall-. papers of tbe City of Baltimore, and In the Daily
National Intelligencer, V. C.
A Circular coutalnlaj all the Schemes will ba sent to any
caa b addressing the uadrrslgaed.
Address ordaro forTickets to F. X. BttKNAN,
v.lji, 1S35 ly No. 4 Calvrt it., Bsllliaorg. M-l.
iHX.il WtLLlCI I M r. WlHlttD
WALLACE & TVINGFIELD,
General Commission Merchants,
A J? D 1) E A 1. 13 It S IN PRODUCE,
ATLAXTJ.. GEORGIA.
"7TTILL give r pecisl attention to the sale of Bacon, Lard,
V V ltur, Tobacco, Ac , A-e.
mrts TO
0 Wallace, Knoxvdle, Teun., Toole, Bro. & Co.. Marv
villi.Teun, U T Cor, Louisville, Tean, J Donaldson,
Caion, Tenn., Johnson A Hair, Madiionville,Teen.,13rab
on lira., irev'er ccuatv, Toan, Pains A Kin?, Uan
dridse. Tenn . Yangn A "Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, II
M Jaeksaa, Athsns, 'fean, Poulhtin, Jennings A Co., Au
gosta, Ga., Johu Cunningham Greensboro. Ga., F W Lu
cas, Atheas, Ga, John Wingfield, Madison, Ga., Oirhart
Uolf, Macon. Gi. F T Willis, Savannah, Ga. nav7
SAGS 550 IN PBEMluSil
HATING largely increased my supply of Hags by the
prem'ums offered tbe past year endipg June CO. I
am induced to ciTera larger anvunt of premiums for the
prefent year. And will pay the above premium in sums
off 1 00, f 90 i 30, f TO, $00 f50, HO, 30, i 20 and 10, to any
ten merchants or "Pedlars" who will deliver me, from
this data to the 1st July, 1S56, the largest amount ot
KAGS. The tame to be bought outside or and by men do
lag basincss outside of Nashville orvicinity.
1 niil at all timee pay the highest market prices id cash
for LAGS on delivery, and issue a certificate to tbe owner
of tte amount received and paid for. These certificates
nxft bi kept and rent in on or before the 1st day of July i
nrjt, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville
tas ai'te theawards- The largest amount being entitled
to the $i0i, the next largest to tZO, and soon down.
Mo. chants rending mc rags will please write that I may
know in whoso name to issue the certificate. Combinations
tsillnot bo llo-od.
Woolen, Linsey, Silk and Worsted ras are not wanted,
anil will not be included in the above.
1 earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
Hags throughout Middle Tenn.
uljl lydlriw&w W. S. WUITEMAN.
North of the Square,
Palmer's Patent Leg.
This American invention stinds unrivalled
bdth in thiscountry und in Europe. It is worn
by 1,200 persons, and with most astonishing
EuccesC In competition with 8 ) othor substi
tutes of the bet French, English, and Ger
man manufacture, it reeeivedthe award of the
caxAT iiioxl at the Would's Exmninos ix
Losdox, ae the betl artificial limb Inotcn. In
this countr v it has been thirty times exhibited.
h. in comt eliuou with all others, at tbe annual
Tairs in the principal cities, and has, in every
' J instance, received the award ol the highest or
V .rii m tmivm. And as t crowninz honor, by
r. .
tne unanimous appruvm 01 an luieruiuum
counc:l, the "First Premium" only i'Uttr
ile,lil given for Limbs was awarded tbe in
sj venter, at the lato New lork Crystal falaco.
1 im lot- is Entlr ventilated allowinir a current of air to
pas eround tb.6 Ltuap, kcepinj it in a cut and ljltly
I'amj.hlels giving full Information, rant gratis to every
appiioant.
B. KIIANK PALMEU A Co.
Nov. 10 Cm S7S Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
FAMILY lisvOCKUY.
In VVE in stcra and for tale low (or cash, the follow
ing articles.
Ex'ra Family Flour, warrantedlhe very left.
Four llroivn, Cruihcd, Loaf and Pulveriied.
C itfee Java. Laguyra and Rio
Preserves, Jellies and Jam, of all kinds.
aiioa!, (.atsnpi Pickles, Oysters, Spices and Fnh.
Pi-. Fruits, Peaches, Cherries, and Strawberries.
Frefh Tomatoes, and all other artioleaBtrittly lor family
as Warraotal tbe very best quality.
hnl'ii J. M. HAWKINS S3 Union strict.
1.XW OFFICE.
JM WILKIS having been admitted to practice in
all the Courts ot Tennessee and Now York, and hav
fog ermanently located in Nashville, will attend to all
matters of O.Uestioa and Litigation entrusted to him.
OlR No 7" t:berrv street novS tf
bi.n AKti UOUSK, KaiUvillc, Tcutiesne.
ijliiuiii-s & sun, rttumuiiuiia.
' riHIS desirable houe has lately ben entirely reSlted
X and r. fcrnished, and there has also been added a nun.,
-bcr ol large and liesut.ful rooms, new dining hall. Ao.
The houie ii contrJly looated, convenient to the Gentw
rl Stage fSce, Steam lloat Landing, and tho busina-s
portion of the city.
We aro cow prepiredo accommodate tho traveling pub
.lie and cur friends in general, in a style not to be sur
passed by any hotel in tho West.
juneSO HltlOGK3 A SON. Proprietor.
Kl.Kimtlt! Mil. 1..
UM
M
K Part-tbloPlasitstioii, Corn, Fead & Flouring XillirHaxu
t factared frjm the best quality of French Burr.
V T"iLltll MILL rvTONLS. of a sifs. on hand and made
lj W order. Smut Mills, Mill Irons, Mill Gearing,
Belting, Uo'.stin.r and lteulating Screws, Screen Wire,
J)aml Iroa-, Plaster of Pan, Dutch Anker llrand
Bolting Cloths, of all numbers.
All articles sold by me warranted to le of the best quil
Uy.ortbe money relunded.
Millers, Millwrichts, Farmers, ard others are repect-
fullr invited to examine my stock (uiMjsiug cue
wasra. . . .
All orders and communications promptly attended te.
JOHN W. IJllADKOKD.
mehT-eotwA-wly Cor. Brod and High rts. Nash viUe
A ItAltK CllANCli.
rsr WISH to sell my Bakery and Grocerv, and aU the fix
i I . . nrnA will Jhf Kn- A..4V... lnfnM,n.;.n I -
!a the premises, 13 G terry street Sooth Nashville'
' !i3lSA4f JAlffij FOESAlTfl.
MISCELLANEOUS.
JKG AND DAYSCUOOL -
TTTTI T .11 tlC.lnn r.n MoirfaV. BBIiL 10th. Clf
ISIUUICIJiUIIWUW'' . , . . . . .
tJ ir . . nn finnlimtlnn at h.prA'l:
t v cuiarmty no ouwu. , -rr- -- - - --- --
dence, S. W. corner Pine and Fifteenth streets, riuladel-
pma.
t, IT S Vlftamnr, TI T Tlv TVm
ItXriEISCES. Ml. 1 r -r "
Chester, 1). Rev. J. Newton Brown, 1) D, KevHenry
J)ar!ing, Roy. G. L. Plait, liev. J. Gordon Maxwell, Poila-
deipnta.
Hon. Wm. L. Marcy, Secretary of Slate, Judge P. V.
Daniel, Supremo Court, U. -S., Washington City; Rev.
Thomas H. Skinner, I). 0.. Rev. Joel Parker, D, l)., New
V 1-- n f!ari-,. WwtKnHm. P T Twlct Tr Part
T : -V. - ,T TT .'
lion. Cave Johnwn, President Bank of Tennessee, Nash
ville, Tenn., A. R. Crczier, Comptroller, Nashville, Tcnni
iuni4.r Cm.
FfiEHIiril BOOT AKD SHOE 5IANUFACI DRY.
mi KN JEUELEU,
(Saeccisorto Hamilton & Fuller,)
TENKE3S2B BOOT AKD SHOE IAKOFACIOnV,
Comer i-larl;ct and Spririsor Church Stii.,
Nashville. Tenn.
GRATEFUL for the liberal patr6nago bestowed upon
this Manufactory since jts establishment, the Pro
prietor feels determined to merit scontiuuation of tha sim9
in iu;uro.
Ihavifcow onbacdaccod assortment of read; made
werK, consisting m part of ilcn'a, Hoys and xoutna uau,
Kip and Thick Boots and Shoe.; Negro Brogans, double
sole; 'Hones Servants Shots, Ladies and Misses Calf Mo
rocco, ana lild Hoots and Shoes, all mads rrom gooa siocx
in rood etvlo k51 irnrr-jntod.
Orders from Planters, Iron Masters, Railroad and Turn-
pile uompsniearespectluliy solicited.
Ail Kind 3 ot iiepaincs done.
Caihnaid for Hides E8EN FULLER.
K3- Banner. Vfhz. Gaxstte end Cleveland Banner
copy.asn discontinue all other advertisements, augi
L.OC03IO rXVUS.TOOLS AN D JIAClllNUlt V.
rrUIi LAWIIENUK MACHINE SUOP.itrrnci, Slat
I gnrJivr.'ls iTint.nfViMnrr)l TirnmntlvPS nf ftnV S1ZO Or
guage, Stationcrv liigines, Lathos, Planers; all kinds of
Took. (Suitor.. Wnnllm nnd PaDer Machinery; Turbine &
rarxer ater vnce:i, ucrasev s raieni rnuuug hwji
ac, ax jLii aiucies warrauieu uesi uiaiudis iu.u
man-hin. Information mav be cbtained and orders for
warded on npmication to Mr. JAMES PLUNKET, at the
Stata Houie, tiathtille, 7rnntr, or address
J. H W. PAGE. Treuxrer.
nor. 2? ted. OtEce. 14 Kilby st.. Boston. Mass.
FOU SALE.
A FARM one mile South-east from Nashvllls, near the
Koleafcvillo turnpike road, containing fifty-one and
a quarter acres, first rate laud, a comfortable dwellicg
house, fine spring, orchard. Ao.
Alo Atsrmlire miles Worth irom Nashville, oa tho
White's Creek turnpike road, containing one hundred and
forty acre?, beautiful valley lifcd, one hundred acres clears
cd and fortv acres woodland, well set with blue grass.
A lot in South Nashville, tronting one hundred end fif
ty feot oa College street, and one hundred and forty feet
04 Franklin strict, having oa it a brick dwelling house,
containing six rooais, pantry, kitchen, smcke house, ser
vant" rooms, Ac
Also A lot near the ebsve, fronting on Franklin street,
two hundred and seventy six feot, on College street nine
ty eichtfcot and on Market street ninety-eight feet. On
this lot is a well cfijruicg au abuadaat and neverJailiag
supply cf good water.
11 information should bo wanted vHth regard to the
above property, when I am not at Nashville, itmay be ob
tarae-t by explication to Dr. John S. Youag, corner of
Broil and Samnwr streets.
dcll MORGAN VANCE.
For tUo Complete Cure of Coughs, Colit
Iitf luenza, .istlima, Ilruucliicis, sp5?V5ns
ot Utooil ami all other L.uug Couijitaluts
tcmliiig- to consutnptioD.
riUIIS prep i ration Is petting Into ut ail or er our ccoctry.
JL The numcroaa letters we receive from our Tailors a.
gents Informing us nf cares effected to their Immediate
uelshbo'hoods, i arrant us In saying It Is one of tho best, tf
not ihs very boat Coogh Medicino now before the public.-.
It almost invariably relieves and not nnfrequently ci.ret
the very worst cisas. When all other Cough preparation
liava failed, this has relieved the patlent.as Druggists, deal
ers In Aleulclnes, ar.d PSysiciins can testify. An the Agent
lu your nearrsl town, what has been hla experience of tha
eflVct of this medicine, if he baa b.eu selllngit foraoy
length oftlme he will iclljoa It Is the best medicine extant.
Dclow we give a lew extracts from letters we have recsir.
ed lately rapirdln i tbe virtues cfth. a medicine.
Dr. S. S Osltu, if Unoxrillo, Ga., iajs: I hare been
using joor Livtrwort and Tar very extensively In ray prac
tice t ir three years past, and, It la with pleasure 1 state my
boiler in Us superiority ove' all other articles with which 1
am acquainted, for which it is iccommende J.
tlcsir". Kitierald& B'enncrs, writing from Wayceavfile,
N. C, says: "The Liverwort aodTaria becoming dally
more popuUr in this cou. try, and we think Justly so. All
wbohavctr.ed it -peak in coiumendabla terms of tt,andsay
itis very benefleialinaherlaiingtbe complaints for which It
Is recociiiiecdod.
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S. K. JIcFall,
asmrcsusihst he usesitwltb great benefit In his own family
andrecommendslt to his nelsnbora." Hocivcs ac Instance
ofa negro woman in his vicinity, who bad been aafferirg
with dl.caso of tbe Lungs for jeara, uttended with acvera
cough, who was relieved bythe Ltrerwortand Tar.
buch are the pioi reports we bear of this .Medicine from
aU parts oflheaoalh. For a report of the surprising rures
lthas performed lathe Western and Northern and Eastern
States, we would Invite the snCering patient to rad thopam.
chlel which accumpaules each bottle. To all we say, have
hope, have hope!
Try tbe Medicine!) Bo warned In season!!! And ncglact
not that cough which Is dally weakening' Jour constitution,
Irritating jourthroet and lungs, and Inviting on that dread
dl.ease, Consumption, when an soothing and healing a rem
cdv can be ob-ainoa as Itoevs' tjkrupoi'Lirerwnrt undTar.
Ilewaro of Counterleitsaud base Imitations. Tbe genuine
artble Is signed Andruw Kogers, on the engrcvei wrapper
around ear.n bottle. , .
Price, One Dollar per Bo tie, rrslx Bottles for rive Dal.
tars. .Sold wholesale and reiail by 6COV1L fit HEAD,
111 Chaitrcs St. bat.Conti and St. Louis, N. O., Sole -Agent
for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications
for Apeneies must be addressed, hold also by
Ewln Emihcrs, Berry & Uemovllo, A. It RoCoe,Thos.
Wells, and G.W. Hendaisholt, Nashville, Tenn , and by all
other Drujaifts through the Slav. Jania d&triwly.
VAI.UAKLE
Iron operty for Bslo.
THE undersign! d pmpesea to pel), on accommodating
terms, his J-a, ncl Fornace and Land? consisting ot
seme tire or s:x tbuusccd acres, f i tinted in Tlickson coun
ty, about 7 miles south cait of Charlotte, immediately on
the line of tho N. & N. W. Railroad. Said Furnace is now
in successful operation, and is entirely new, hayjng proba
bly the best Eugme and IU-a1 in tbe State. It is well sup
plied with Ore unL Timber. Also, about 4.CS0 acres of
ty;l Timbered Lund, with an excellent Ore Bank, situated
in Hickman county, Tenn , a lew miles Irom JJtna Fur
nacc And, aHo. the Buinilo Iron Works, situated in Iaw
rnco county, Tenn .this property has about 10,000 acre3
of Land, onwhichara lar.e bodies cf Iron Ore, excellent
water power on Main BuSTtlo, and also on Chiefs Cieek
on which is a good Furnace Stack, juit completed. There
are excellent Urms on the latter pluce, uveitis within 4
mihrs oi the IVnn. A Ala. Railroad.
My object in selling, is to concentrate my business, as I
have lately purebred Carroll Furnace; nnd having more
Iron Property than 1 can attend to, I wish to ceil, and will
mete it to the interest of any ono deciring to purchase
such property, to buy of mo. Any one wishing to pur
chase either of tho. places can call on mo at Laurel Fur
caco or at Carroil Furnance, a3 to Laurel Furnace or
the Hickman Lands; and on S G W Napier on the Buliulo
property, ustothoss lands. Either of nbom will take
pleasure in thowingthem thepropeitv.
janST dtwiwlm W C NAPIER.
YAI.UAULE REAL ESTATE JFOIi KALE.
Tho undersigned propobcs to fell a portion of the
es ate un which he resides, in the county of Maury, known
as Hdmilton placo."
Thetd lands are beautifully located, well Improved,
watered, and timbered, and in point of fertility, productive
ness and heaithlulneis, aro not surpassed, if equalled, by
any lands in the State of Tennessee. There a'e in the
neighborhood Episcopal, Presbyterian and Methodist
Ctiurchi.a- also schools, male anil female, in tbe midst of
of as good society as is to be found in tbo Southern States.
700 Acifcsu re offered for sale, fronting ou the Colum
bia Central Turnpike Read, divided into FIVE LOTS, con
taining 50, 7S, 1"5, 160, and 2-9 acres severally. The im
provements consist a BEAUTIFUL GOTHIC COT
TAGE, built i.f brick, containirg eight rooms, with neces
sary out-buildicgs; 400acs of cleared land, under a good
fence, overj-eers houses, negro quarters', blacksmith and
carpenter shop, mitlhouso, corn crib, Ac, Ac.. Ac.
'lh lands will be soid either in a body.cr in lots. If not
difpuaed cf by tio Urst of Noycubar, it will bo offered at
public s da iuta's. To a proS?s?onal gentleman, merchant
or Southern planter, who desires a btautiful country rca
dence, theto lands ofi'er great attractions. Itis rare that
such lands are t-fietcd tor sale.
AUdrri, the undersigned at Ashwocd Post Office, Maury
countv, TVnn.
Pl.tt.-cf the laud m&y be teen at llie ttoro of Mates,
Orr A Gaitt, Columbia, cudwith R. Houston, Esq, Nash
ville, leer-
e-iptid-U- LUCIUS J. POLK.
CUI S THX 5:j-;s,IDiiNCE FOU SALE
rj"Ur.- u - rr.-r ..i.jrjhr ta:e a ItandSome little
J. toe t ! s tec . ..ntaivii g 34 acres. SiUia pjiji
ted t.iii ai' toji T'itt'io. WiLismfon county, irahi-'
Di'dtr.:'.- y on Li.e Si laai.leaad Nashville Turnpike. Tbo
ii.i;.:vei. 4..'.t i.n t;-. r'.,0 are a haudsoma new Brick
Collage U'M-e, K : i ;p, rucais, and a gcd Brick Store
lloafe n!ot' r ..'.ugi.aa escelicnt Orchard of Young
Print Tr, Ac, L:
Tbeplucets ad Mirablvaiptedf.ir a Boarding Hcuse,
being fit latcdin tueiuiuediats vicinity of agood Male and
Female Acidemy, and boardsrs are always ilenty. To
any cers-n wishing a rice country residence, this place
oHelG muaal iadcccmmLi, and a good bargain can be
bad by applying sjoa
tiv pareoa wiihin; to purchase will call on John A.
Jordn'n, who willshowthemthepremises
Triune. jinl'53-2w , THOMAS PEAY.
filOO KEtVAKIK 'X
-r ANAWAY on the S9th December last, from
JLv the tubscrlber, living near Nashville, a negro
man named SAP, of darlc copper color, about 6
feet high, weighs about 1C0 pound', slow apoken,
t i.,.o. n lltila ihmii-h his nftfs He had nn"
irhi-n hi, left a black soft wool hat. brown i3ana raokroat
and pants, he also had other clothin g with him, cf a ner
quaiiiv.
Tbe above reward will be given for his apprehension
j j ,i .t.A T..11... . V..V.-I1T. n- t'n Mtll V.-,
ea if confined in any other Jail S3 that I can g?t him.
jaa&J-Oia . A,B.MOSXCtOiSEaT.
MISOELLANEO US
DISSOLtlTlOIf.
nrjHE copartBerehlp ceretofore xisUng under the firm.
JL and style of.BUOWS A GRUBB3, is this day dis-
solved by mutual consent Jo. G. Beown is alone authoS
hedtausethenameofthefirciinliquidationiAc.
t . T JOSIAHG. BROWN, '
Kashville, June 6..1855. W. B. GRUBB3.
JO.. BROVN,
TTAT1M purchased the entire interest of Mr. Wv a.
JOL, Gkbbbs, will continue tha DRUG; BUSINESS; as
formerly, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to sea.
uia menus, aa ac no. 49, uoiiege otreeeu
aiy stock ot taney Goods, Perfumery, Acv, is now very
ter sFahcr S03CS:-Hajr nnd .Tnoth Hnih4. in trerVstvlo'
Hilluc'sand Lu bin's Sachets; Aromatic Chryslalfl; Chme.
Metal and Glass Pofi.' Boxes, several new styles: Shell
-oiiiu--, .urge eiock. aiso, cavo on band indigo, iiaaaer.
X?lSHVtli TACKIiE. A- large stock selected bv
j one of the firm, consisting of-fJeaniac Limcrict
Grass. Sni
Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats ofevery variety;
Reels, Jointed itcds, Clearing Rings, Flyilooks, Ac, Ac.
In short, can supply these who .can appreciate.fine .Tackle
wiw aimost every mint? tner mar nseu tor toe successiui
prosecution oi tnis itsetul calling.
jey ju. u. ui(uw, 48 uoiicgesi..
lOD-ilVElt OIL. SGro. genuine Cod-Liver Oil,
V J test received from Kusnton. Clark & Co s. bv
je9
JO. U.UKUYV1X, 48 college JR.
LEECUES.
'j tale by
-1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and for
ju. u. bhv vvn, 43 college si.
T3UKM MANONGAAIELA WJULLSKY,-5 bbls
JL of'the abovo Just receivedaf prime quality; sold to
is ior six years oio. t.
;e ju. u. itranu, 45 renege st,
QTOIVE- WA11E. 2,600 pieces Stone Ware, consist-
kJ mz 01 jara. unurns. jaes. iuiie rans. cutter urocivs
Ac. of every sixe, just received.
jea ju. u. i)ltuw,45Uoitegest.
T01tTElt AND SCOTCU.AI.E. Constanlly.on
1 nana, Barclay, I'erkms & Co. a celebrated .London
rorterend aiem's scotch Ale.
je9 JO. G. BROWN, 43 College st.
TJEAK.li STAltCU.W boxer ofa Tery superior
JL article 01 citarcn, just received by
jea jo. u nitu wji, 43 uouege st.
i II. ti. SCOVEI.,
? DIIUGG1ST & APOXUECAUY,
'North side of the Public Square, three doors
v. est 01 tne nasnviiic inn.
WnOLESALE and Retail dealer in Dugs, Medicines
Paints, Oils. Varnishes. Window Glass. Dranrfsts
Glass Ware, Stone Ware, Paint, Scrub, Blacking, i'loor,
Artisle. Maikintr. Dustinir. Shavintr. Jewell's. Teeth. Grain.
ing, Stencil ana Hearth Brashes.
1'crfumery, wears uil. fomade, ox ilarrow, rocket
Hdkf s Extracts, Galvanic Curatives, Ac Ac.
600'
G4 LLS. Linseed Oil, just received and selling at
Ion cash prices Dy U. U. SCO Vt.L.
rnjl GALLS. Paint Oil, tested and found good, at only
tJUU one-half the once of Linseed Oil. Painters have
now an offer of the only lot in the citv; think of the ecou
omy In a Urge Job. For sale by H. O. SCOVEL.
400
GALLS. Spts. Turpectino, received and selling at
the lowest cash prices by H.G. SCOVEL.
250
LBS, Star Candles, received by
n. G. SCOVEL.
fA DUZ. Perry Uavis Pain Killer, junt received and for
0J sale at the lowest prices by H. G. SCOVEL;
40
REAMSSsnd Paper, 24 of which is considered the
best make in the United States, for sale by
H. G. SCOVEL.
2000
HAMKO and Arkansas Fishing Poles, Pusher,
men can pick for themselves, for sale bv
H.G SCOVEL.
r c A LBS. Potash just received. Soap makers can be
0)v supplied by
jnlyS il. u. buuvkli.
PATENT ME1ICINES. A large and very gene
ra! assortment of tbe most popular Patent Medicines,
many cf which are compounded in a scientific manner and
membetaofthe Medical Faculty, possessing as much cura
tiro power, and as efficacious in the eradication otciseae,
as any compound ordinarily prescribed, in proof of which
we cite tbe astonishing and increasing demand, by all
clashes of tbe people, tbe rich and the poor, the high and
tbe low, tho bond andthefiee, the learned and the unlearn
ed, for thejustly celebrated and popular Family Medicines,
among which are
LDctor jaynes ixpectorani, ior uougns,v;oiasanai;on
sumption.
Aitcrsuve una uicoa ruriner.
" Tome Vermifuge and Sanative Pills.
" Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, for Coughs, Colds, Ac
" Williams' Balsam Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha.
Fever and Ague Pills,
" AVm. Hall's Balsam forthe Lungs.
" Rosera' Liverwort and Tar wr Courts, Colds and
Bronchitis
Dr. Clark's Svrun Wild Cherry and Tar, for CouzhJ,
Colds, Ac
Cowan's Lythontriptic for diseases of the Bladder, Kid
neys, Stone in the Bladder, Gravel, weakness ol the Loin,
Prolapsus Utiri, Ac. Ac
Dr. Trask's Magnetic Ointment, perhaps, isccsnrpassed
as an external application for wounds, bruises, sores, rheu
u&m, bites of poisonous insects and reptiles, ulcers,chro
nic,soie eyes, croup, sore throat, Tiedoiereaux; neuralgia,
piles, inflammation of the boweli, and ague in the breast
The numerous testimonials of the curative powers of this
cheap Medicine, induces ua to rejerd it as being among the
first Medicines of the day.
Marshall' Liniment U a very cheap article and posses
ses rather extraordinary po.wers in tho cure of sweney In
borse3, as well as sprains and bruises, Ac
Hurlsy's new SarsaparUla is attracting the attention of
the people. ,
All the above mentioned popular Medicines, together with
almost every other, on hand and for sale by
Julys H. G. SCOVEL.
AYER'S PUIS.
ANEW and singularly successful remedy for the care of
all BIHousdiseases Costlveness,lndlgestiou, Jaundice,
Uropsey, Rheumatism, Ferrrs, Gnat, Humors, Nervousness,
Irritability, Inflammations, Headac Pains In the Breast,
Mde, Back and Umbs, Female Complaints, &c, &c. In
deed, very few aro the diseases in which a PurcatlVe Medi
cine Is not more or less required, and much sickness and
suffering might be prevented, If abarmless but effectual Ca
thartic were more freely used. No person can feel well while
a costive habit of body prevails ; besides. It soon generates
serious and often fatnl diseases," which might have ,boen
avoided by the timely and Judicious use or a good purgative.
This Is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and tilllous
derangements : they all tend to become or produce the deep
seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all
over the land. Hence a reliable family phj sic Is of the first
importanco to the public health, and this Till has been per
fected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An ex
tensive trial of its virtues by fhysiclans, Profes'ors and Pa
tients, hasshown results surpassing any thini hitherto known 1
ol any medicine. Cures have been effected beyond belief,
were they not substantiated by persons of auch exalted posi
tion and character as to forbid tbe suspicion of untruth.
Among tbo many eminent gentlemen who have testified
In favor of these Fills, we may mention :
Pr. A. A. HAYEs, Analytical ChemUt of Boston, and
Etato Assayer of Ila9.'aehuseUs, whos-e high professional
character is endorsed by the
Hon. KIlWAKU EVKKhTT, Senator of tbe United States.
KOBKKT C. WINTHKOP, Ex-Speaker of the House or
Representatives.
ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen. to Engl-nd.
t JOHN B. FITZPATKICK, Catholic Bishop of Boston.
Also Dr. J. K. CIUI.TO.V, Practical Chemist of New
York City, endorsed by
Hon. W. L. MAKCY, Secretary of State.
WM. B. ASTOK, the richest raanln America.
S. LELAN'B & CO., Proprietors J)f the Metropolitan Ho
tel ; and others.
liid space permit, we could give many hundred certifi
cates from all parta where the Pills have been used, buf
evidence even more convincing than tbe experience of emi
nent psbllc men, is found in thoir effects upon trial.
T!iee Pills, tbe result of long investigation and study, are
oCcrod to the public as the best and most complete which the
present state of medical science can afford. They are com
pounded not of the drugs ibemsolves, but of tbe medlclial
virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by chemical
process lna state of purity, and combined together In such a
manner as to Insure the best results. This system of compo
sition for medicines has been found In tho Cherry Pectoral
acd Pills both, to produce a more efficient remedy thaa bad
hitherto been obtained by any process. The reason Is per
fectly obvious. While by tho old mode cf composition every
medicine is burdened with more or less of acrimonious and
Injurious qualities, by this each individual virtue only that Is
desired for the curatlvo effect is present. All tho inert and
obnoxious qualities of each substance employed are left be
hind, the curative virtues only being retained Hence it Is
self-evident the effecU should provo as they have proved,
more purely remedial, and the Pills a surer, more powerful
antidote to disease than any other nieclcine known to tbe
world.
As It Is frequently axpedlent that my medicines should be
taken under the counsel of an attending physician, and as ho
could not properly judx of a remedy without knowing lis
composition, 1 havo supplied the accurate Formulas by which
both my Pectoral and Pills are made to tbe wholo body of
practitioners in the United States ar.d British American
Provinces. If, however, there should bo any one who has
not received them, they wUl be promptly forwarded by mall
to tils request.
Of all the Patent Medicines that areoSered.how few would
be taken If their composition was known 1 Their life con
sists in their mystery. 1 have no mysteries.
Tbe composition or my preparations Is laid open to all
men; apd all who are competent to judge on the subject
freely acknowledge thtlr convictions oC their Intrinsic merits
The Cherry 1'i ctoral was pronounced by scientific roan to be
a wonderful medicine beforeits effects were known. Many
eminent prysicians have declared the aametblngof my Pills,
and even more confldently, and are willing to certify that
their anticipations wero nore than realised by their effects
upon trial.
They operate by their powerful Influence on tbe Interna
viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it Into healthy ac
tion remove the obstructions ot the stomach, bowels, liver,
and othur orjana or the body, restoring their Irregular action
tt, health, and bj correcting, wherevor they exist, auch de
rangements as are the first origin or disease.
PKEPAKK1) BY
T,vffisn8S ilyor.
PRACTICAL ANALYTICAL CUEMIST.
T, , LOWKLL, MASS.
.S&55?nt." or Uox- Pv Doxcu lor SI.
Sold tt Wholesale by BEKItY & DKMOVlLLEi
AtHetailby BROWN & GRUBB9.
.ICrAlV. V aJ Agtats la slats; ever? town la tit Butt.
Jaa2 '41431 '
compieic, uoTiDg recetvea ireen suppues, selected oy
one of tho firm In. person, vix: Xabin's, Baxin'a, and Mitch
el's Extracts: American Tinct. 'and German Colocce Wft.
SUNDRIES.
tFIKST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES4
Nashville Sewing Maeiuue. Company.
Nbs. 71 and -72
EAST SWnOV THE PUBLIC SQUARE.
20S3VJLLL) TATNESSEJZ
THEKE'HsxiAats are now. very joetly considered to be the
best in use, having the advantage of all others In the:
simplicity of their construction, t&e'speed and beauty of their
work, and the gieat strength of their eeam. Unlike, any
others Ja" use, they form a team with two continuous threads
from ordinary spools of cotton, silk or linen making a knot
t evory stitch which prevents the work from ripping under
ny circumstances whatever.
The first and hierhastDremlnma havfthaen avsnliNt tntliAtA
.Machines at all the leading Fairs througbect this country
sau curopo, ana me inventor now rejoices in tne more sub
stantia! reward of the largest patrenagsever beatowod upon
muy oeniug4uatuiui3 in Aurupe or America.
They are of the highest finish, and cf every variety of size
Buaaijie, ana aaspiea to an, las wants or tne bewlnicom
muolty. j
They are all secured exclusively to the nronrleton bv let
ters patent, and are frea from all legal controversy. Great
y&msnas oeen i&sen to naapi mess juacninea to plantation
sewing, acd they are now so simple, durable and eaallyrun
and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond
competition for tbtswork or for tbe mannfaetura of heavv
or light bagsi for Corn or Wheat, no machinery has ever
ueenmveniea to aurpass taem any person aneroco uours
praclico can make from 400 to TOO corn sacks per day on One
machine. These machines are also eouallv well adauted to
tne manuiaziuro oi an sinus oi ctoiuiog, coarse or nne,as
weit as general sewing, quimng, suicuicg, oic. inese ma
chines are ao arranged as. to make tha alitch anv length da.
sired, and to sew with ease any acd every aeam In asv car.
ment, and the durability, regularity aud beauty of finLh,
UIUUUI HD ClfUUUU UJ UJ HUI UVWIU IIUI3U VJ IUU IUOS.
skillful bands.
We shall at all times keep on hand a ull assortment of
these machines, and most respectfully lnrlte the public gen
erally to call and see them In use, and give them a careful
examination and b satisfied that tha half .has not yet beta
told. dec23 tf
D0CT0B HOOIXAND'B
CELEBRATED
GERMAN BITTERS,
DETo. H. JACKSOK, PHILADELPHIA, PA.,
WILL ErrtCTCALLT cosi
T.iuuu rnvaT aTTj'p nvravMT a TavrsmTrff i
(Rrotaeor A'treoitt IftbitUy, Dutatts of thi Kidnrye, mi
an attezietarmny rrom a jAtorJtrea
Livir cr iZomaci :
Such
- as Constipa
tion, Inward Piles,
- " Fullness, or Blood to the
Head, Acidify cf the Stomach,
Stntez, Heart bura,-Disgustfor Food,
Fullness or weight in the stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking, cr Fluttering at tha Pit
of tbe Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried
and Difficult Breathing, Flutteringat tbe Heart Chcai
ing or Suffocating Sensations when in e-lying posture, D.m
cicu vi v laiuu, auu, ur tt ouj ueiuro uie sigut, fever
and Dull Pain in the, Head, Deficiency of Pers.
ration. Yellowness cf the Skin and Eyes,
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
Ac, Ac, Sudden Flushes of
Heat.Burning in the Flesht
Constant Imaginings
6f Evil, and great
depression of
Spirits.
The oronrietor. in calling the attention ef the nnblie to
this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost con
uaesce 13 iia virtuca auu wi-yuju vj uie diseases iot
which it is recommended.
It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
the test of a tea years' trial before the American Deonle.
aud its reputation and sale is unrivaled by any similar pre
parations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the
most prominent and well known Physicians and Individ
Gala, in all parts of the country, is immense. The follow
ing from your own State is respectfully submitted refer
leg any one who may still doubt, to my " Memorabilia,
er Practical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families to
bo had gratis of all tne Agents Ior the German Bitters.
Principal Office and Manufactory, 120 Arch St.. Philadel
Phla'P" TESTIMONY FROM TENNESSEE.
Dr. H. B. SciEBOEODoa, Dover. Tennessee, August 28,
193". savs: ' I have sold all tho German Bitters vou have
sjnt mo; and if the preparation continues to do as much
good as it ha4 Jont,.it will b tht but medicint ntr told
here."
L. SxodcsIss, Sparta. Tennessee. August SO. 1858. savs:
"lam pleased to state tbat your German Bitters bits given
satisfaction in every instance where it bas been used."
B. T. Houjxj, Hillsborough, Tennessee, August 20, 1853,
says : " I am pleased to state that the German Bitters has
given general satisfaction.''
Dr, P, Patio di Beo., Knoxvillo, Tennessee, 9th April,
1551, said: " Your Bitters are now selling very fast; and
very person that has used it, so far as we have been able
to learn, has been benefited."
J. W. Fcaxxijx A Co., Gallatin, Tennessee, December
80, 1S50, said : " The new firm will want more of your Bit
ters soon, as ono of the partners thinks it is a great medi
cine."
R.S Hinnr, Bolivar, Tennessee, Septemoer 15, 1SJ2,
said: "ThereiagrtotdemandforyourBittershore; please
e:nd another lot soon."
Mf They are entirely Teaetablf, free from all iniurious
ingredients, always strengthen the system, and never pros
trate it.
rST Sold by dealers m Medicine and Storekeepers ev
erywhere.
BT Hold in sasnviue oy ueny uemonlie, Brown A
Grubb8,Ewia Brothers, H. G. Scovel, and dealers in med
cine generally. fmchlO'55-diwly
JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PIASTER.
THE Great Bemedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain In the
Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints; Scrotals, King's
Evil. While swelllnz. Hard Tumors, stiff Joints, end all fix-
ed nalns whatever.
where this Plaster Is applled.paln canno. exist.
It has been beneficial in cases of weakness, sueh as Pain
and Weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Af
fection of tbe Lungs In their primary stages. It destroyaln
Carnation by perspiration.
JameaLBoyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, testlges
that, by Ita use alone ho was cured nf Rheumatism in both
of his knees, of several yeartstanding.
Tbo following was handed us by a respectable Physician
In Georgia:
Messrs. Scovll & Mead- Gents: I have been using yonr
Llverworrand Tar Hebrew Plaster very extensively in my
practice for three years past, and it is with pleasure that!
statu my belief in their su periority over all other articles,
with which lam acquainted, lor the purposes for which they
are recommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially, Is an
universal penacca for local pains. 1 have alsolound it a mos
excellent amplication rorSprsins and Bruises. It gives uni
versal satisfaction wherever used. SS 091.1ft, M D.
KnoxvllIt,6a., March -1111,18X1.
r Beware of Counterleits and base Imitations.
The eeaolno will in future have the signature of E.Tav.
tor on tbe steel plate engraved on tha label on the top of each
box.
Purcnasera are aaviasea that a mean counterieit ortbls ar
ticle lain existence.
The cenulna is sold by us. and by our azents aDnolnted
through the Soutn, and no pedlar la allowed to sell It. Deal,
ers and Purchasers generally are cautioned against buving of
any but our regular ejents, otherwise the will be Imposed up.
ot- by a worthless article. KCOV1L c MEAD.
Ill unarircs street, Aievr urieans, noio ueuerai Agents ior
IhoSouibern States, to whom all orders must invariably be
addressed.
Sold also by Ewin Brothers, Berry dc Deraorllle, A R
Roscoe Thomas Wells and G W iiendersbolt. riashrille.
Toau., and by all other Druggists through the State.
jania-iyuoimw.
820,000 for SI5.O0O.
THE COL SPRINGS PROPiitTY EMBRACING
over 200 acres of well improved lands, within one
mile cf the present corporate limits cf the city ot Kcoxvllle
can be bought lor $ 15,00. All things considered, we have
no hesitation in saying that, this is decidedly the greatest
bargain mat nas ever oeen cuerea in or arjout tnis city,
The dwellicg hcure aloue, cost over $3,000, to say nothing
of the other valuable improvementa nearly two miles ot
post and plank fencing, new; Deer park, fine Urge barn-,
sheds, good nero hotucs, smoke house, corn cribs, a com
fortable effice for a lawyer or doctor, a fine grove of shade
trees, ot large growth, consisting of Ouk, Locust, Mulber
ry, Cedar, Spruce Pine, White Pine; a fine Apple Orchard,
Ac, Ac. We predict that this property in less than ten
years, will command $100,000. For particulars, apply to
Wm. G. Brownlcw, either by letter or in perron.
Memphis Enquirer, Nashville Union A American,
Augusta Chronicle, Savannah News, and Charleston Stan
dard, copy one month, in tri weekly issue.
jaax6 triwlm.
THIS noble zz& mush adtnirad Race Horse hasfta
bean withdrawn from the Tart, end wt make jfr&L
the season fur ISM at tho eabtcHb?M ft rm, adjoia-ii 222
ing Naihvil!e be will be lim!teT . fifty maros at $M each,
Groom's fee (1, season to roTim-r.' on l.hof February
and close on 10th July. M;-b which prove to fail in foal,
mar be returned freo, next jea-
IIlGlILANUERisairch chjsnut, seven years old
next Spring; was got by Glencoe. imp,, ais dam Castanet,
by Monarca, imp. For full pedigree and performances,
see bills which I will furnish. He measure 16 bands in
height, and comhlccs with a lorm of remarkable power and
beauty, the very I--, constitution, temper and actios.
jaa27 deoAw3 n T. Mc'UYOCK.
EXECUTOllM NOTICIi.
ALL those indebted to tbe estate of ISAM BEASLEY.
dee'd., will please come forward immediately and
make payment, as we are determined to wind upas soon as
possible. And those having claims against the estate will
pleasepreseat them according to law, or they will be for
ever bamd. GABRIEL D. BEASLEY,
WILLIAM U .BEASLEY,
HENKY BEASLEY,
Smith eounly, Teaa. Bsaemton.
Jta tw
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NEW YOBKjBHEMEff & SOUTHAMPTON
UNITED STATES HAIL ET2A31B23.
THE ships coinprUlsgthu lite are-WASH-1NOTOX-
CnrA. K favendv-i HER. .4S
MANN, Capt. Edward 71 giH. Thise stetu j
raersitop itSo'llha'nipton, bblb yiicslnndrcttmlcj.
rr.ori't 31111 or uius' JSjo.
From South
Huiplon far
New York.
From
Kew York".
Satardsv.
HEKHANN Jan. tf
VA.SlllliGT.OS...Fb 31
HERMANN Mar Sfi
WAHISOTOS...April 111
HERMANN May 17
WASHlSGTON...June H
HKEMANN July la
WASIUNGT05...AU 9
IllilMAN.N.4 Sept tf
WASHINGTON... Oct 4
IIBBAt-SN Nor 1
Prom
llreuies.
Haturdar.
Feb. 23
Mar Zt
April 10
May K
Wedstscar
Fib.
27
Mar
April
May
June
Jaly
Auj
Sept
Oct
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fill
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June
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SlocniozatSoulhamtiU-n.boUl eolnsr and relnrninv. tli.v
effer passengers proceeding to LouAiu andHavre.sdvantaves
ver auy uiutr route, mw tcoooiD 01 1 line an4 CtaQey.
Passage from New York to Scutamil pionrand Broinen, First
Cabin Saloon, 13JdoUar; First Csbm, Irih tt ni'.oo, 110
uouara; oecauu uu. u' uutisn.
AU ietttraacd cowspaer9 mint pass through the Fust Of
fice. No bills ofladln? Will be tinted ur uarrati rarri.nl nn lti
I9J 01 ssuing,
ju v.ioiouwi aiugevB is. nilccaei 10 rata slip.
For freight orpaasage apply-to
O. H. SASD, 11 South William street. New Ystki
C. A. HKINEKBX& CO-Bremen,
CKOSKKY it- CO., Southampton.
Wlti iHKUX, Havre. jai.2l-ly
J0R
PniLlDELPIUA, A'EWYOIiKi
JcC, AC'.,&C.
SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON SI2ASSH1P LINE3
'lbo well known nrst class Steamships
Hoystone State,
CAPTAIN R IURDIK.
Stats of Georgia,
CAPTAIN J J UAttVIN.
Will hereafter form a Wee'.lr Lin to PiuU-ielphia, sailing
every Saturday, alternately, ihkd sivansan and Charles
ton, as follows:
Tbe"Kerx-? cLip wflnil f.uii Saraanali the follow.
IrJg Satu.ddtn Ji'tiut 2S-n, Pebrnary 2d acd ldlk.
March 1st, llh and t(i h. Lsiv'tSg Plilhidelphia thj al
ternate oatucatM
Tbe State i-f G-io-glawiil aai! from Charh.'ton the fol
lowing Satanlis January itjth, tthtu rv itth and Std,
M arch Sth-and xsd Lcsvnif PutUdelp'jisi the alternate
Saturdays,
In strength; sj.ctd andacimmiHlatloett, thee sblj.sara
fully equal to any ruunjrjg t.a tte ctunt Inland navigir
thin,lyi miles onDtlawne f.i e-and Bay; two, D'glttjst
sea. Cabin Pasrege, witii Ma e 1:0cm cccotnmodaisns
and the best cr faro, $10 front :!herporL Steerag?. ti.
Agents at Pbiadelph HERON & MARTIN.
Agent at Savannah, C. A; GREINER.
jacS'.'ii Bm
DISSOLUTION' OF C'O-PAUTAKKSUir.
rpHE Paitnerihip her.
L VVnitLOCi, .Nichols
in I't.ie- exutloe under the ffrrj of
ciiols 4 Co.. it l 1 dav dltuintrAil bv rata.
tual consent, David Nichols bavins d sros dor all his Inter
est in the same to BonJ. VV. WhltIoct,nho,with Edward A.
WhitlocW, aro aulboriaed to close the same, and vrb.. will
continue tho bailcci.oc their own account.
llti.NJ M. WIUTLOCK,
DAVID NICHOLS,
KUW'D A. WIUTLOCK.
Now Totk, December ii. 18a.
Change of Firm.
33
THR Firm orWHlTLOCK, .vICHOLS & f O., htlUt
having been dissolved by mutual consent, BKl.. it, d
EDW'D A. WH1TLOCK have assocated with thm
Faan'au J. Havxkjtici,
Outii W. Dodos, and
Ilesar Ciimirts,
for many years engaged tvlth the old firm, and will continue
the Importing and Grocery Business, under tbe firm of B. 41.
&E. A. WIUTLOCK tc Co., and will remove from the old
stand, 84 Front Street,on the ISth January, 13SS, to their new
warehouse, No. 13 Betkman Street, (corner or Nassau.) first
street above the Astor House, on the opposite Idj or and
four doors rrom the Park, where they wtll bn most happy to
see their friends, and all who will do them the favor to ex
amine their stock.
The ssntor member of thoflnn, B. M.'Whitloek, embraces
this opportunity to return als acknowledgments for the kind
nesj shown blm through tho long period of his buslutea, and
trusts thathis exnerience and aDolieation. with that of tha
Junior partners, will provo a sufficient guarantee that all or-
aera cohuaea to tne iiouje snail eoniinu to receive ample
and satisfactory attention.
New York. January 1st, 1ESC.
B. M. It K A. WIUTLOCK. & CO
BKNJ. M. WHITLOCK, 1
EDW'D A. WHITLOCK,
FHED'K J. HAVEKSTICK, J
OLIVER W. DODGE, I
HENRT CAMMEYEK. J
B, 21. Ac Ii. A. WIUTLOCK e CO.,
(Lata WEItlock, Nichols dr Co.)
13 Seekmau Street, (Cor. Nassau,)
Pour doors East ef the Park.
SSW YOKK,
Importers
Of Cejnas Brandies, from Otard, Dapuy U. Co., Htnessey,
Plnet, Caatillon 4; Co., and other Houses of tha blehest repu
tation, and sole Proprietors of tho celebrated Brandies of
CHATEAU BERNARD,
SUPERIOR VINEYARD.
LIQUEUR DES CHAMPS D'OR,
iiuinvk puivti tt r. - -
80UIEDAH A.ND OLD HOLLAND GINS, JAMAICA AND
vveai i.-tuiA ituaitt.
MADERIA, POUT AND SHERRY WISES,
From tha oldest established' Houses In Europe, all of which
bare boen ordered and selected with a view to tbeir parity
and medicinal uss.
CIUARS imported fir our own trade, from the best ship
pers In Havana.
A rents for the fine description of Virginia manufactured
TOBACCO, also a large stock of medium and low grades,
and WHOLESALE DEALERS IX PINE GROCERIES.
PRE3IIUJI CHAMFAUIfE CltEKANT.
B.M. & E. A. W. & Cn are the exclusive owners oflhis
Wins, and are in receipt of shipments by regular Packets,
and beg those who may not have given it a trial to dc so.
under their guarantee tbatil will be found superior, In deli
cacy or flavor and quality, to any Wine at present imported.
jinj u&iriwim
JOY TO THE WOItJLDI
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDY !
Hurley's Sarsaparilla.
OF all (he remedies that have been discovered daring the
presont ago for the "thousand. Uls that flesh is heir to,"
none eaual this wondorful preparation. Only three years
brveelepied since tbe discoverer (who spent a decade In
studying, experimentallzmgand perfecting It) first Introduc
ed it to the public, and it is already recognized by tbe most
eminent physlclana lnall parts ofthe country to be the most
surprising anacrxecuve reraeay ur certain diseases 01 nnica
they havo knowledge.
AHother compounds or syrups of tbe root have hitherto
failed to command the sanction of the faculty, because, on
bolng tested, they have been found to contain noxious ingre.
dienb, which neutralize the good effects of thesarsaparilla,
and oftentimes Injure tba health of the patient. It la not so
with Hurler's preparation.
This Is the pure and genuine extract of tbe root; and wllI,oa
trial, be found to effect a certain and perfect curoof Hie fol
lowing complaints ana aiseases :
Affection or the Bono,
Debility,
Diseases ofthe Kldnejs,
Dyspepsia,
Erysipelas,
Female Irregularities,
Fistula,
And all DIsriute oflbe Skin.
Habitual Colivenets,
Indigestion,
Liver complaint,
Pile,
Pulmonary Diseases,
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
Syphilis,
Besides curing the above, it is also known to be a great
and powerful tonic, purifying the blood and invigorating the
system.
In short, It It without exception, in the cases mentioned
and Its general effect on the system, the most efficacious, as
it Is most drtirable, remedy of tbe age. it Is already exten
sively used throughout the country, and is fast obtaining an
Europern reputation. The instances or cures it has effected
aro dally coming to the proprietor's knowledge, and be has
nohesilation in recommending It toone and all who desire to
procure relief from suffering. One bottle being tried, ita ef
fects will be too apparent to admit of further doubt.
KecollectHurley'aSarsaparillals tbe only genuine article
In tbe market.
irp Price one dollar per bottle, or six for Ave dollars.
For sale at tbe manufactory, corner or Seventh and Green
streets, Louisville, Ky. Alsi, wholesale and retail by H.G.
BCOVU,, and by dealers In Medicine throughout the United
States, Canada and Mexico. Jan23 d&ivly
Jsus. A, M'CIure,
(SUCCESSORS TO McCHIUE & MARTIN,)
Wltolcanlo and Itctall Dealer in musical
JTlorctiandizo, Generally.
HO. 33, ONION STREET.
KEEPS constantly supplied with Piano
Fortes, Shcet-Mnsio, Violin and Guitar
Strinc?: Brass Instruments: and in fact every'
-.1- ir 11 1 . f.t.! . : f 1
tiling in uis iiuc uauaiiy &.epi ju uiis eecuun 01 country;
all of which will b sold unusually low for CASH or short
time. J. A. M'CLDRE.
Nashville. Nov-18. '3i tf
Ohsttaaooga Foundry
AND
SgacMae Works
EASTMAN, LEES & CO.
THE undersigned having leased for a
term of j ears, the Foundry and Ma
ehicc Shops of the East Tennessee Iron
Manufacturing Company, are prepared to
execute all orders in their line at the short .
est notice nnd on tbe most accommodating terms, vis .
Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers;
Miningand Mill Machinery ofevery description;
Water and Ga Pipes, and Pomp Casting!;
Car Wheels, Frogs, Switch Stands, and all kind ot
Rail Road Castings, Brass, Ac:
Horso Powers, Threshing Machine;
Corn and Cob Mills;
Forgings ofevery description;
liriugti acd Car Bolts.
Palicuiar attention paid to the repairs of Locomotive
and Cars.
JOHN U. EASTMAN, )
JONATHAN LEES. J- EASTMAN, LEES A CO.
THOMAS WEU3TER J
Shelbjrni: Expositor copy to amount of 210, and send
billfto this office. in24 dtwAwtt
ON and after this date we will charge 40c each for Cot
ton Yam Bags, acd the discount will bs takes Irom
tne yarns ana not tn bags.
NaihvUi., Jta. it, lik. W. H, COSDON & 0
DRUGS.
MESH SUPPLIES!
QDROICAL, DENTAL, SDRVEYISG, Minwirsax'aad
tj -rw i)mmraiH, aaoneo. J cat received by
ian24 T. Wei.t
PEUFH1HERY. 50 dot. CoUnut er.4 attir ifne
BOHEMIAN GUILT TOILETTE' BOTTLES, usorbsd.
ttn.itit-mfvt . r . . '
lyuitciiLO a nns assortment.
HAIR TOXICS, Sair Dyts, Glosa Powder, puSS nod
boxes asMrted.
CURLING FLUIDS, Pomatuma, OILS, PMletemtt,
T01L6TTK and Sbavini Scacs. 100 dot.
ODONTINE TOOTH PASTE and STRAWBERRT
TOOTH WASH.
fUvorioq Eztraett, a. full cuwrimint. Received and
rffri thon h P WKt lS
HOI) MVIiROIL-HcwT03s. QonrctE. Kobtoia.
J Hyd, Potaw., Iowxe, NITRATE SILVER, Select
powders 01 ipecac, upmm, uolocy otn, KncMra, scmony,
ayappie, uoiacn. oeaj. oaeiea tow oy
iune-'f T. WELLS.
C ' AKSAPAXtXtA KXTRACTJ5 ii Dcxen
Hi LL'S, GvitaUTt, Towssmrn's, Cbrptnier't, SiLixia
u - ' suu bMiftM kil oaauiuit.
I )RANIES. WIJJES. &C.-47 Bbm. andhdf
XJ pita Oamiia, Otdrd, JJvjn-ey, Svputtt, and Cham.
ptijitc isranuut. jiauetrn, ron. cnerry, jsuscate wiaaa.
A ROXATIC SCIIIEUAM SCIIKAPrs. A
XjL popnlar remedy for dif cases of the Kidneys.
POUTER London In pint acd quart bottles.
Received by T. WELLS.
T ELECTRIC Machines, Htdicitu Ousti, Medical
uuro jiwonuiitu supporters.
Hydranlic Cemeat and Plaster of Paris) of su
perior quail t v.
"TTARNISILES Fa-nitnre, Coach, Detaar.rPte and
jsucc japan, iron, Leather, instrument ana ficturs
Varnishes.
p OLD LKAF, Coil ilnl, Sitter Leaf, Red, TeSmo
v ana i.tuu jsromu
BRUSIIES-73 doten Hair, Tooth, Nail, Hat. Cloth,
Paint, Dusting, Sweeping, Scrubbing, Poona, Stencil,
uurse, ucmo.anoe, stopping ana v arnian urusnes.
LEECHES. Freah supplies. Received by
JuneSl T.WELLS.
A KTLST'S COLORS. tS dosed iresh asserted
XjL Colors tninUexible tubes, well assorted.
v?l'ICES: 1500 IjBS. Peppen 876 lba Pimento:
O Cloreii, Cinnamon, Mace, Ginger; Ground Spicee;
Vermicella; Sparkling Gelletine; Bitter Almonds; Pre
served Ginger.
PIPES, Marbiej, Gun Flints, Percussion Caps, Qua
JL tt adding.
COrail Candy 85 dozen Howe'a Cough Candy
and New Enirlacd Ccuzh Syrup.
MUSPA llVti-'Frahttort, CouietUU, Lexlndbn and
Cincinnati, Received nnd for sale by T. WELLS.
L7INK PEN AND POCKET ItNlVES. Ass'iL
JU PORT MONAIES. every shane.
PISTOLS. SWOUD AND WALKING CANES. We'd
assorted.
SEGAKS AND TOBACCOS 83,000 Oazzdiret,
SiiieUon. Harriot. Jj-vndctv. fenny Lind Secarti
'1$ boxes JLuv Queen and Fine Cut Chewing and Hatcher
smotung Tobaccos. iorBalelowDy 1. ntuis.
BijAfJJllAU V) gross iresn raxte tiiacnng.
STAROU, 25 boxes, Sraa Curous, 45 boxes.
ALCOHOL, Yiacgars .VAuiyl, UiSS, Hums, 85 bblt.
LINSEED OIL and SPTS. TURPENTINE.
PURE WHITE LEAD in So. 50 and 100 lb ken.
Z1NK WHITE PAlNT.n Frmck, iniSandM lb htju
ueceired ana tor sale at a small advance Dy
jnne21 T. WELLS'.
UxvLOlLtULU'S OEIi LilTsxS PKEHAKATlOJi.
UELMHOLD'S UIOLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT! SUOEU
For diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys Secret Diseases.
strictures, w earn esses, and ail diseases ot ins sexual
Organs, whetberin Male or Female, from whatever cause
thiy may have originated, end co matter of how long
standing.
F you have contracted the terrible disease which, when
. once seated in tha svstea. will gurtlv fro down from
one generation to another, undermining the constitution
and sapping the very vital fluids of life, do not trust your
self in the bands of Quacks, who shirt up every day in a
city like this, and fill the papers with glaring !U6hoods,
too weit csicuiaicu tu ueccivs tuu yuuug, suu u- im uu. bv-
Suaintid with their tricks. You cannot be too carafulin
le selection of a remedy in these cases.
The Fluid Extract Uuchu bas been pronounced by emi
nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a
medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and very innocent
tn its action, and yet ao tnornugn teat 11 enniniiates every
particle of the rank and poisooeus virus of this dreadful
disease; and, unlike other remedies, does not dry up the
disease in the blood.
Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, a moU
terrible disease, which has brought thousands of the hu
man race to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant
hopes of parents, and blighting in the bud tbe glorious
ambition of many a ncbie youth, can be cured by this
Infallible Remedy. And as a medicine which must bene
fit everybody, from the simply delicate to the confined and
despairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting both as a
Cure aud preventive.
HELMBOLD-S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPABILIA,
For Purifying the Blood, removing all diseases arising
from excess ot Mercury, exposure and imprudence in
life, chronic constitutional disease, arising trctn an im
pure state of tbe Blood, and tbe only reliable and eCec
tual known remedy for tbe cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Scald bead, Ulcerations of tba Throat and Legs, Pains
and Swellings of tbe Bones, Tetter, Pimples ou the Face,
and all Scaly Eruptions of tho Skins.
THIS article is now proscribed by some of the most
distinguished phys.cians in tha country, and has
proved more efficient in practice than any preparation of
Sarsaparirayet offered to tbe psblic Several cases of
secondary Syphilis, Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases
have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our Pub
lic Institutions which bad for many yeare resisted every
mode of treatment that could be devised. These cases
furnish striking examples of tbe salutary (Sects ol this
medicine in arresting some of tho most inveterate diseases,
after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already
aSected.
Nones. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro
fessors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures
from patients will be found accompanying both Prepara
tions. Pxicxs, Fluid Extract of Buehn, $1 per bottle or 6 do for 5
of Sarsaparilla, " ' "
equal In strength to one gallon of Syrup of SerapariL-a
Prepared and gold by H. T,UELMBOLD, Chemist, 283
Chestnut Street, near tha Girard House, Philadelphia.
To be bad of and of Druggists
and Dealers everywhere.
All letters directed to the Proprietor or Agent receive
immediitc attention. janel ly
T. WELLS, Agent, Market st, Nashville
IL G. SCOVEL, No. 52 North Side Publio Equare.
NASHVlLLIi, TK.NfclisEE.
Chartered by the General Assembly of the State.
THE above Institution is permanently located, and
cot surpassed by any Bimtlar establ'thment in the
United States, in pcint of facilities for imparling a thorough
practical knowledge of the duties of the Accountant.
Ilooli-Keeplng.
This Department is under the immediate supervision cf
the President of the College, who is a practical bock-keeper,
having bad many years' experienca tu some of the! rgest
counting-houses in the Union.
Cotujitcrcial Law.
This Branch is under the superintendence ol Josh A.
McEwxf, Esq., Member of tba Nashville Bar, who is too
widely known as a lawyer and orator to require any further
notice at our hands.
The Course of Instruction embraces both Reading and
Lectures,
Lectures will ba delivered at night, so as net to interfere
with his professional engagements
Mercantile Calculations
by Wm. Fixan. A M. Under this head is embraced every
species of calculations necessary for a book-keeper or busi
nass man to understand vix .Interest, Discount, Loss and
Gain, Equations, Exchange, Ac. As.
Term of Tuition.
Book-Keeping,by Double and Single Eatry, as applied
to every variety of business, both prosperous and
adverse, Commercial Calculations, and Commercial
Law Lectures, including the use of booka, .... JtO 00
Penmanship For twenty lessons, ..,.$5
For lesions without limit, io
j3JThe above fee ara payable, invariably, in advance
The Importance of this rule must appear obvious; as students
enter for on unlimited period, with the privilege' of review
ing at any time during fife, without extra charge.
This School is in perpetual session, having no vexation:
hence students may enter at any time and pursue their
studies without interruption.
Merchants and business men will ba supplied with com
petent bookkeepers by applying at this establishment.
Good board and lodging can be obtained for fC per week.
No student will ba taken for leas than a fall course, ia
whatever branches ha pursues.
Time required for a full course from six to ten weeks.
- 157" Address ' Southern Commercial College, Nashville,
Tenu.'' ap27-dtwAwly
TEACIIEIt WANTED.
WE WISH to employ a competent Teacher who will
take charge of tba Hadensrille Academy. One who
oan teach English, French, Latin. Greek, Ac, and who can
coma well recommended. DANL R MERRITT,
. 1! D SMITH,
GEO W HOOSER,
FRANCIS DUFFY,
J B WEST,
ftb-dAtri.w8tAwlt Trustees.
HadeBsvilla, Todd eotuitr. Ky.. January Site. 1858.
flS"MAJel, WlsiBft will gtv lassos 1 oa tha
IVi. PiaandHarpatthtrasidMoei cfaarpspils. Ap.
pWe!,N8Yllwfc I1
41 0 tiZZ? HEDICINES. I
Ci r ,T 4.1", . w c necetved aaa u s
to be soli at the lowest prices bv T wntq If!
Itlfc. UIV iVIMinbmm .. , .- T . I
. 1T.T..I. -...t.. -ju iioraei, opposite union
buccmiasciuio
RAILEOADS, &C.
NASIIVILIiE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL-
XUAU.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE-
N and alter Sunday next, the Sth Inst., two dally Pts
' lenirar Trains will be run to and frora ChaUacooaat att
louowa t
Daily Train leaves Nashville, at 723, A. M., arrlvbaj a.
Cbattanoog at 4:80, P. V.
Nichl Express leaves Nashville t S30, P. JL, arriving at
Chattanooga at 8:10, A. M.
RBTURNI3G.
Dally Train, leave Chattanooga, at &lGAJf.tarriv!ag$
NeshvlU-. at P.M.
Sight Express leaves Chattanooga at 830, PJJ., trrifltw
ttHaahvUloatSaO.AJf.
H. L ANDERSON,
NtahvUIa, oct. 3a, 1333. SqperlntendgaU
8UPPI.EJ1ENT TO FREIGHT TARIFF.
SUEEULNTEN DENTS OFFICE,'
0 , N. A O. RaitsoAD. Oct. 10,-1855. . f
Nand afljr Satnrtday, 20th last. Grain asi Roar
over the Nashville, and Chattanooga Kailrsad Till
charged at rates a below .-
STATlOX T CtUTTABOaai. I
wax at coax. oats, rtocu.
Pr ba. piirba. per bu. per ML
From Nashville, Lavergne
and Smyrna...
la eta. gets eels tftrt
9 b a t,n
t - 7 "
T " s - 5 . sm
3 " 3
13 ii S u
s e - m
8 " I " X
e (
i - 4 - 3 sa
From Marffeesboro, Chris-!
uaaa ana fo.lervllle.
From Btllbuella. Wat.
trace, ShelbyvIIta and
Normandy,....-.
From 'Inllahoma, EaUll'a
Springs, DecherJ sad
Uowan
From Taalalon, Anderson
andStevenson,.... ..,
From Eridseport, Shell.
mound and Whlieslda,..
STATIOSI TO IriSnVTILK.
From Cha.'tano-- 1, Shall-)
moanaauu v. lime,.
From Brdxenor, uvea
san,Andersoa a Tu-I
talon ....
From Co an. Decht. s-
llll's Spilng'aand 'l u. 4
noma,
From Nonnandy,1Vartrxc
ShelbyvIIta and Bel.
buckle..
From FuatervliUe. Carla
tlaaa and Jfurlrssiboro..
From Floreocainyrnaand
uTeryoe,......
Flour at the above rates to bs hir.i m nr. , . ,
ty.fivo birreU and uprards, at ons tiae. when in last
quanUties, fire cents per barrnl to t added. Flour Is
sacka will ba traasporled on Sims Urms, S00 lb to bm
rated and charged aaonsbamL IL I. ANDERSON
NASHVILLE AHp CHATTANOOOA JiSILaOAoT
Tptha Tenneeea feiver Bridge U rabS j
shipped serosa tha river on SinttiK .. r . '
5 j . ., J z , 10 ,wo orayaK8- h ppers ara, notl.
fled that all goods sent to tha Hsrin tn f7Zr
cient for thi entire nroteetinn nf mC:rii v. r
Jc ted. Grain will not be received except In heavy otrST '
hue rt? rttnnv h.lfAki L A. .... J -
ewi at th4nthcf04 owitc, as tha labor and tima neaa,
ary to repairtha same will greatly retard tha franshlpptcr
and cannot ba performed. Tba Agents of tha P-caiiari
specially Instructed not to receive grain at their rwrtcilre.
stations ttnlesa the sacks are plainly and distinctly makai
and accompanied by an order of shipment
We cannot cermit tha floret.
Bouses for Grain or Prodnce, when tha laaaUtobahetd
iuihi 1. ouius mo convenience ct tha owner cr shipper t
oruer itfcrrTard. Wheat to Chattanooga will be rhattrad
nine cento, and Corn e;ght eenu per bushel from Ttukfcc
ma and ah stations west o Tcnneaee Kivtr ard .frosi
Nashville and all stations wet Cf Tullaboma, Wheal Ul
ba charged ten cents and Com nine cents per bushel
Yi hiskr will ba chaired ona ifoltir m.hiti.i rm
villa to Chattanooira. Allart'cleaur tro;h 1
curTaria-as lat, 2d, Sdandith class, w II be carried ii
present Tariff rates. H. I. ANDERSON.
p REDUCTION ON LUMBER TO JTAwfvttLR
From BncseDort. to lantalon fni-lnm-r. 1 r.r,t-. 1.
duoed. '2 per Car load, frora prefent rates. Irons Cowsns
to Normandy inclusive, Lumber is reduced SlwrCar-
oauiroui icnnerrarea. BecIS H I A
lLAU.ItOAIi NII-I-ll-p.-
COTTON destined for Charleston will, co and after thi.
date, ba charted J425 ner hsJaoftiratih. --j
80 cents per 100 lbs. for excess of over 600 lbs.
P"- a. 1. Aft UKKHON. Sun'L N. &.O. R. K.
tXOH fiAMIVILtLtK TO NKW uui.r..x'T.
THROUGH IN FOUR DATS.
FARE. TB2R1 YD OLLA TfSZ
YIX Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to MonW
gpmerr by Railroad. Ticket to ba had at tha D.
pot. Price fit CO.
rrom alcntgomery to Mobile, by a doubta dally lino.
raoroingandereninzlofStaireaini KtAr.mK-i
wg with the steameta from thence to New Orleans.
xi. i-AJUEJtaua.uen'iaop't N. A C.K.B.
TENNEgSEK AND ALAUAJIA ItAlLllOAlJl
ON and aftor Wednesday, Deomber 12th, lS55.Traiu
will run hsloliowa:
GOI Hi UTH.
Lere Nashville at 6:40 x Mand s . ..
Thoojpsou'aatSSO, x.n ,aad4 15.
UULOU NORTH.
Leave Thorn Dson's at S:iS x. it -
NashviUa 10s!J,A.t.nd 680, r.v. ' '
ouuusjr sraua leaves xnompson s at 9 X. X.
The Stages of Carter. Thomas A Honb.
Trains at Thompsttfa
Throuih Tiekels to Memnhls. WsraW T.t.
Tuscumbis, Floreaee, Columot 1, and Pulaski, can ba ptr
cured at the Genural Stage Othca cader tho Veracdahllo.
tL A. ANDERSllV
declS tf REmr. nitsW
lJiNNSVA,VAJ.lA xtAlLKOAU.
rpHE Great Ceahl Route, connecting tha Atlantic cltica
ju Tfiimi caic(u,iiuruiwcsiera,ana scuinwestern State,
by a continuous Railway direct. This read also cenneda
at Pittsburg with caily lino of. Steamers to eilportsxn
the Western Rivera, aud at Cleveland and Sandusky wiiis
Steamers to all ports on tha Northwestern Lakes : makinir
the most direct, cXeapett and rtliabU met) by whirl!
FREIGHT can ba forwarded to and from the Great Witt.
Eataa between PhHadelnhla n-M piha...
FIRST CLASS. Boots. Shoes; Dry Goods iZT . .
(in boxes,) Furs, Feathers, Ao. f Ws per 1002.
SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery. 1
FIRST CLASS. Boots. Shoes. Urv i:mv 1 tt
Dry Goods (tn bale,) Hardware, Lea-Mio prI001
. 1
ther. tc , t
THIRD CLASS. Anvils, Bagging, Bacon.
and Pork (in bulk,). Hemp, Ao. ' 1002.
FOURTH CLASSCoffee, Filh. Baconl
and Pork (pecked,) Lard and Lard Oil MoffMfl3
Flour $1 per bbL until further notice.
Grain 50 cts. per 100 lba. until further notice.
Cotton 3 per bale, not exceeding 00 lbs. welrfit oalil
further notice. b '
S?"In shipping Gooda from any point East or Phila
delphia, ba particular f o mirk package " via PnruylKnLl
Jladroad." All Gocds consigned to the Agents of thU
Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will ba forwarded with
out detention
Fukisht Aor-Tn Harris. Wormtey A Co, Meapbts.
Tennessee. K. F. Sas A Co, St Louis,; J a. Mitchell 4
Son, KviDfViltc Indiana; DumesciBellandMiiidock, cad
f arter A Jewett, Loutsriile, Ky.; R. C. Mcldrom. Maditco,
Indiana; Sprigman & Brown, and Irwin A Co.. Cicciac.tth
N. W. Graham A Co , Zanesviile, Ohio; Leech & Co, No.
ti Eilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 3 Astor Hcuie, New
Yoik; No.l William street; aad No. 3 Battery Place, New
lone; tJ.aaceaer, rnnaaeipnia; aiigraw enoocs, ital.
an8 't8, tWl '67-
PUNNSVLVANIA ILAIIiHOAD,
THREE Daily- Through Trains, between Philadelohta
acd Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at A. M.. and Pitts
burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINB
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M and Pittsbnr
for Philadelphia at 1. P.M. THk N1GUT ESPRESi
TRAIN leaves Philadelphia forFittsbcrg at 11. P.M. and
PittsburgforPhi!adeIphiaatlO,P.M.
The abore lines connect at Pittsburg wfth tha Eallroadi
to and from 8t. Lonia, Mo.; Alton. Galena and Chicago,
II!.; rraukfort, Lexloglon, and Louisville, Ky.; Teria
Ilanle, Madiscn, Lafayette hod Isdianapolis , Ind. ; Cindc
nati, Dayton, SpringOtld, Bellefoataina, Sandusky. Telede,
Cleveland, Colnmbus. Zanes-rille, Massillon, acd Wocsttr,
Ohio ; also, with tha Steam Packet Boats from and to New
Orleans, St. Louis, Lonlavill and Cincinnati.
Through Tickets can ba had t or from eithtrcf tia
above places.
For turther particulars, sea Handbills at tha dlferect
starting points. Passengers from tha West will find this
tbe ahurtest acd most expeditions route to Philadelphia
Baltimore, New York or Boston.
TH03. MOORE, Aocrr, Potunoer Una, iAt7l,
J. ME3K.IMEN, Aotxr, Pauexfer Lirxt, fittoiura.
Philadelphia, 1858 jan8 ly
1FASE R2DTJCED TO $12 60
PltOX NASHVILLE TO MEIiriatS.
VIA Tencessea and Alabama Railroad, Columbia,
Waynesboro and Memphis an-1 Charleston Railroad.
150 miles railroad, and 165 miles turnplka. Leaves Nash
Tiile Sundays, Wadnesdays sad Fridsjf, at K a. m- Ap
ply at tha General Stage OSce, opposite tha Poet Office.
decM-tf.
"TARE REDlCtD TO $7 FROM 2TA2HVH1S TO-
JACKSON, TNN.
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia aal
Waynesboro. For seats apply at the General Stag
OtBee. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdaja and Fri
days, at ejjt-m. dec22-tL
COMDS, FANS AN D KANCY GOODS.
WILLIAX. TA8KEE.
wA PARK PLACE, NEW YORK r-iteathaatotlom
I U of Southern and Western Merchants, to ha newstodc
of Fans, Combs. Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes. Ladles Reti
cules, Perfumery, Soaps, Porta Monaies, Jet and Be4
Bracelets, Pocket Books, Dres Battoos, Pirs and Neediest
Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards, Wax, Coral, and Giaa
.Beads, Necklaces, 4c India Rubber Combs, Cants, Ball
and Toys of every desariptica. FdMors, Razors and Cat
lery. Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Aecordaona and Violins, !&
eluding a gsoaral and vary large stock of Sngliib, FreacH
aad Oerman Fascy GoodaV which will ba sold stths-rat
loweetpriosa far Cam orAwiovn) Pans.
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W1L1AAX TASXEK,

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