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VOL. XXVII.
NASHVILLE, TENN. THURSDAY, MARCH 0. 185.J,
NO. 152.
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UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE-CORNER CHURCH AHD CHEEEY STREETS.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN is furnished
to subscribers at S3 00 ner annum in advance
The TBI WEEKLY is publishedsvery Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at $5 00 per annum, in advance; if net
paiu in auvauce, o uo.
The DAILY is published at Eisbt Dollars.
t-TUE MOMEY. IN ALL CASES, TO ACCOMPANY
subscriptions. ea
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
No papar will be Bent out of the Btate unless the order is
accompanied wim me casn.
IV "We wish it distinctly understood that no paper will
be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the
SCOTT'S LITTLE GIANT CORN AND COB
J1III.T..
rpHERE are features connected with this Mill worthy of
i Biiujucmuuuuiiu ciose examination on the part w
.uirao ftiauuj vu J4ir lAUMJ a XeCO iUUl.
Its mechanical construction and adaptation to the pur
poses designed, to crush anil
pacity, while doing an immense work with extraordinary
ease, its durability is amply provided for. The complete
and entire portableness of the Little Giant, rendering its
Bfeatr convenience lor plantation and farm use impossi
ble. It requires no mechanical aid or bill of expense to
pui it uppnv tarm hand or servant can put up and set one
rH.n'D m naif an hours time. The convenience with
which the sweep may be applied to run horizontal as is
most usual or over bead, and the mill may be easily at
tached where steam or water is used. The power it takes,
requiring one and two horses. The quantity and quality
ui piuuuci, is to so Dusneis oi poo a teea meat per nour,
according to the degree of fineness ground, and the siu
mill. It is the cheapest mill, all things considered, there
is before the public
Another thing connected with the Little Giant, as a pat
ens ana wonoj oi note, is the lici mat mere nas been no
.raieniragm speculating or huckstering about the coun.
try, as is usual with the thousand buneliLc make-thin im.
piemen ts that,are got up as a trade merely to get money
by selling or palming off the patent right upon thecredu-
mua iucq luemacnine io do uoanuonea Dy au parties as a
humbug; on the olher hand the Patentee and Proprietors
of the Little Giant Mills, believing that they can and de-
iKimwea mai mey win supply me Agriculturalists and
Block raisers of our country with a superior Mill, are tier
manently ergaged in the business, and have over one bun.
area uiousana dollars invested in tbe manufacture of these
mills, in the East, West and South, some of these establish,
mantj amnln.in. n . .J.I. :. iL!. I - . - I - I '
a nnytvj ni uv UJCUBUlViJT 111 41113 UUSlUeSS. OU HlgO-
ly are these mills appreciated, that four thousand have been
old within the past eiebteen months, and the heaviest nm!
the most extensivo Manufacturers of Agricultural imple-
icuuj in me uuiLeu amies nave eagerly sougnt an inter
est in their manufacture and sale.
No implement has been more thoroughly tested; no one
vt 4uu luaicvciiGU nU UUUICrUIUIUlU liljLi leSUHlOniaiS
irom iuecnanics institutes and Agricultural Associations,
and none by reason of substantial,' practical utility and
nent have more fairly ground their way into every day
use and popular favor than Scott's Littla Giant Corn and
ooa Jim. urders promptly hlled.
Liberal discount to dealers.
BROWN A ANDERSON,
octl tf No. 40 Market st. Nashville, Tenn,
Ofticc or the AIarla!d Con sou dated Lottikks, I
BiLTivoxc. Jcli lit. 1855. t
Au. Tickets or CtimriciTii or Ficiiats or Ticket,
in nil MJITERUI AUTHQBIZED BV THE .4TATE Or -UAKTLAKD
tl THE LITHOGRAPHED IIUKATDEE Or F. X. BUKNAN,
VKHAKA4. Ifl H THE lyOHTRACTOR, A3BI ART OTHEES AKX
Owlngto tho numerous applications from all parts of the
country, tbo management will give their attention to the
filling of ordersfor Tickets or Certiflcalj,ln tbe Maryland
Lotteries.
Fersons at a distance may confidently rely upon having
their order fur Tici.U promptly rilled, and the strictest con-
uucutu uuscrvea.
These Lotteries are drawn daily In public in the City ol
Baltimore, under the superintendence of the State Lottery
Commissioner. Heavy Bonds are civen to the Stale as secu
rity for the payment of all Prizes. The prices nf Whole
Tickets are irom 31 to 1 30. Half and Quarter Tickets in
proportion.
Tnere are never Iesj than 23,000 Prizes In any Lottery,
nuiLuiic3tsiiii niuuuiibtrvia 91 ia 9iw,unu, accoruing
iu wir jiiKe ui ic&eis. fur iiimhuco
When price ofTickets Is $1 tbe highest Prize Is abont $5,000
44 44 44 44 44 ' 44 44 44 4 4 44 1 0 0O0
44 41 44 44 44 5 44 44 44 44 44 "ooOQ
" 44 44 44 44 Jfl 44 44 44 44 14 40.00)
44 44 44 44 44 OQ 44 44 44 44 44 ?0,000
With numerous Prizes of SlO.ono, $5,000, $I,WI0, $500. J 100,
oic, r. rersuns can remit us any ainuuiu, irurusiup
wsijs, that they wish to Invest on receipt of which we for
ward its value in Tickets in the Iottery designated by the
purchaser, or, irnone be designated, then some Lottery that
will bedr&wn after tin buyer has (rot the tlrket in his posses
(Ion. An Official Scheme of the Lottery will be sent with all
tickets ordered, csretully sealed in an ordinary envelope,
nnd on the day the Lottery is drawn the official llrauinz will
.bossLt, together with a written Explanation of the result nf
tno purcnaso. lfconrawn .-tumours are also punusnea in
thotUily papers oflhoClty of ilalilmore, and in tbe Daily
-National Intelligencer, ti. C.
A Circular containing all tho Scheme will be scat to any
one by addressing tho undersigned.
Address orders forTictcts to F. X. EREXAN,
ulySI, 1S5S ly No. 4 Calvert St., Baltimore, Md.
LSS. U WALLACE. M P. W1NOF1ELD
WALLACE 4fc AVINGFIELD,
General Comiiiissioii Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
Wl LL give ppecial atteutinu to the al of Bacon, Lard,
Fliur, Tobacco, Ac, Ac.
Elf EB TO
0 Wallace, Knoxville, Tenn , Toole, Bro. A Co., Marv
ville, Tenn., 11 T Cox, In:tsville, Tenn, J Donaldson,
Union, Tenn., Johnson A Uair, Madi3onville,Teen.,Brab
bon A Hro., Screr county. Tenn., Fains A King, Oan
dridge, Tenn . Vauga A Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, II
M Jackson, Albans, Teun., Poulla'.n, Jennings A Co , Au
gusta '?., John Citanmsham, Greensboro. Ga., F W Lu
oas, jiu:-xi, Ga. Juhn Wingtield, Madison, Ga., Carhart
UnS, Micon, Ga. F T Willi.", Snvannah. Oa. mv7
RAGS-8550lN PREiHUHS.
HAVING largely increased my supply of Rags by the
premiums offered the past year endiDgJtmeSO I
(m induced to oiler a larger amuunt of premiums for the
.-pent rear. And will pay the above premium in sums
ifltw, t-'JO J30, f70, t0$5o. flu,30, $2'jand J10, lo any
ten merchanw. or Pedlars" who will deliver me, from
this date to the 1st July, 1;5C, the largest amount ol
KiGS. The same to be bought outside of and by men do
ing business outside of Nahville or vicinity.
1 will at all times pay the highest market prices ia cash
for IlAUS on delivery, and issue a certiheate to the owner
of the amount received and paid for. These certificates
inul be kept and sent in on or before the 1st day of July
next, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville
can make tbe a'tards- The largest amount being entitled
to the ?iot, the ne:t largest to f ."0, aud Foon down.
Merchants fending me rags will please write that I may
know in whose name to issue the certificate. Combination!
will not be ailowed.
Woolen, l.tnscy. Silk and Worsted rags are not wanted,
and will not be included m the above.
1 earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
Rcxrs throughout Middle Tenn.
July 1-1 ydtriwiw W. S. WHITEMAN.
North of the Square.
Pa Imcr?sj?s-t ent keg,
;. This American invention stands uurivalled
Ti I E S both in this country und in Europe. It is worn
CJj by 1,200 penon, and with moit nstoniihir.g
1 tnccess. lu competilion with 80 other substi
J tutc3 of the best French, English, and Ger-
mun manufacture, it received tbe award of tho
?j great wtDiL at the World's Ex3ieitiov in
U IjONDon, as the Itti artificial limb known. In
i this country it has been thirty times exhibited,
in comttiticn with all others, at the annual
Fans in the principal cities, and has, in every
. j instance, received the award ol the highest or
'J firtt prtmuim. And as i crowning honor, by
J the unanimous approval of an international
i council, the "First Premium" only Silvtr
J J''ii given for Limbs was awarded the in-
jfptu:.r mentor, at the lat New 1 ore Urystal ratace.
The leg istinilv ventilated allowing a current of air to
pts around thb slump, krcping it in a rod and iftiWv
P.tmphlets giving full mlormation, rent gratis to every
uppliciJit.
IJ. FRA5K PALMER & Cm.
Nov. 10 6m CVS Chertnut Street, Philadelphia.
FAMILY G.iOCEUV.
1 11 AVE in store aud tor tale low tor cash, the follow
J. icg article:
f lira Fauitly Flour, warranted tl.n very beft.
KujiT Brown, Cnishcd, Loaf and Pulveriied.
Ctiflee Java, LagujT and Kto
Pre.servr. Jellie.iaud Jam?, of all kituK
uuces, uaUnps, Pickles, Oysters, Spicea and Kith.
PioKrtiitR, Peitcljcj, Cberrica, and Strawberries.
Krei-h T4imatocs, and all other articleaatrictly lor iaiuily
K Wirrnted l)io very bast quality.
jiai'SU J. M. HAWKINS. 8S Union trret.
laVvffice.
JM. WILKIN having besn ndmitt-d to )ract;ce in
. all th? C-Kirw of Tennessee and .New York, and bav
fag .irrniotiently Incited in Nashville, will attend to ull
ma'tteis tf Cdlecuu3 and Litigation entrusted to him
Ufiice So 7i Cherrvstrrrt noV-H.
" KLLCTICIC mH'mIT.
1'ortablePlantation. Cora, Feod & Flonrin? Mills, Kana
fieturod from tho btst quality of French Burr.
BUKU MILL STONhS. of all sues, on hand aud made
to orJi-r. S'liut Milis, Mill irtms. Mill Geirin;,
Belling, lluieting ocd IlVgulating Screns, tcrecn Wire,
l)amcl Iron., Pus'.or ol Pans, Dutch AuktT Hraiid
ItolliityT Cloths. f all numbers.
All art cles niIJ by me warrantsd to lw ol the bet qtul
ity.orthe money rWuuded.
Mtllern, Milln'nshtK, r'armcm, and other are regret
fully intite-J tot-xmme uiy titock lk.io i.uu.j-iu ti
where.
AH orders and c-mmunici'ionspnimptlv attended t.
JOHN W. BllAUFoUU,
mch7-o'.wAwly Cor. Broad and High 4.iK.Nimhvitlr
V 1 tl KKUAltlT.
RAN AW As onth- limb Decemhor la?t fioni
the i-ubcnlr, living near Nakhvillc, un'gto
mai naniel SA1', if datk copper color, abont fl
tiethigh, wcighsnb.i-.it 160 pound-, flow spoken,
and whines a liulo lhn-ug!ihij note, lieliadon
when be left a black solt owl bat, bronu jjaus hack .oat
and pants, he a!.-v lutd olher clothing with him, cf a acer
quality.
Tto above reward will be given for hit appreh-nn'mn
and delivery to the Jailor at Nashville, or f3o will be giv
u if ci.n!lnidinanyotlierjiiUii Ihal I can git him.
jiniS-lm A. It MONTGOMKRY.
Wavi-aiits.
TTTE will ray Cash for Land Warrants.
VV FELLOWES A HUNTER.
S9 Cherry Street"
MISCELLANEOUS.
MUS. GERTJtUBE J. CAIIY'S BOARD
ING AND DAY SCHOOL
WILL resnme its Bession on Monday, Sept. 10th. Cir
culars my be obtained on application at her resi
lience, B. W. corner Pine and Fifteenth streets, Phuadel
ph'a, nErsttKSM. Rev. H-A. lloardman, V. D,Her. Wm.
Chester, D. 1., Kev. J. Newlou Brown, 1)D., Rev. Henry
Darling, Rov. G. L. Piatt, Iter. J. Gordon Maxwell, Phila
delphia. Hon.Wm. L. Marey, Secretary of State, Judge P. V.
Daniel, Supreme Court, U. ii, Washington City; Kev.
Thomas 11. Skinner, V. D.. Rev. Joel Parker, D. D., New
York: Rev. George Woodbridge, P. T. Daniel. Jr. Esq-
Kichmond, Va.
Hon. Cave Johnson, President Bank of Tennessee. Nash-
ville, Tenn., A. It. Crczier, Comptroller, Nashville, Tenn.
Kpva urn.
PHEMIUJI BOOT AHD SHOE MANUFACTORY.
Ell EN FULLER,
( Successor to Hamilton 4 Fuller.
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY,
Corner Market and Spring or Church. Sis. ,
X' v. : 1 1 .. m .
1443LlVlilO, ACUU.
KA rh UL for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
J mis ilanufaclorv since its establishment, the Pro
prietor feels determined to merit a continuation of the same
ia imure.
I have now on hand n trood assortment of readv made
work, conpistin? In part of MenV Bora' and Youths' Calf.
Kip and Thick Hoots and Shoes: Nezro Brozans. double
Clin. 1 r... C , Dl..- 11!.. P.lf Ma
roc co, oaa tud Hoots and ibhoes, all made from good sioci
in good style ana warranted.
Orders from Planters. Iron Masters. Railroad and Turn-
pite tympanies respectmily solicited.
ah juuutim iLeoairin'T aane.
Cashnaid for Uidcs EBEN FULLER.
t3S Banner. Whin. Gazette nnd Cleveland Banner
copy, ana discontinue an oiner advertisements. ang.
LOCOJUOriVliS.TOOLS AM JlAClllNCK V.
nPHE LAWRENCE MACHINE SUOP.ZaitTfRfe. Mas-
JLsaclusdtr, manufactures Locomotives of any size or
Ac., Ac All niticlei warranted best materials and work
manshin. Information miv be obtained and orders for
warded on cDDlication to Mr. JAMES PLUJiKET. at tbe
.3444441 utilise, ituMrutr, Tennessee, or aaureas
If . - 1 T 7 1 m I I
j. li. w. t'AUts. xrtaturtr.
nov.22 6nid. Office, H. Kilby St.. Boston, Mass.
FOR SALK.
FARM one mila South-east from Nashville, near the
XX. -Solennviue turnpike road, containing hfty)ne and
a quarter acres, first-rate land, a comfortabla dwelling1
nouse, nnc spring, orchard, Ac.
Also A Fsrm live miles iYorih from Nashville, on the
bite s Creek turnnisro road, contaiuink? one hundred and
tony acres, ueautimi valley iana,one nunurea acres clear
ed and lortv acres woodland, well set with bine crass.
A lot in South Nashville, fronting one hundred and fif
ty feof on Cblieco Btreet. and one hundred and forty feet
on Franklin street, having oa it a brick dwelling house.
containing sis rooms, pantry, kitchen, smoke-home, fer-
44UW 1UUU19. C44
Also A lot near the abore. frontiasr on Franklin street.
two hundred and seventy-six feet, on College Btreet ninety-eight
feet, aud on Market street ninety-eight feet. On
this lot is a well afilirding aa abundant and never-failing
supply of good water.
If information should be wanted with re gard to the
above property, when I am not at Nashville, itmay be ob
tamed br application to Or. John S. Yonuir. corner of
Jiroaa ana bummer streets.
dccll
MORGAN VANCE.
r.ir tltii Complete Cure of Coughs, Colli.
IitsV'lueiixa, Astlima. ItrniicIiUih, Kpi:iiuc.
ss s 4 1 1 ti ii usiu. rass uassr juuuit ioiu mails ts
ip a li in 4: au tuuiiKiiusnsitiEi,
. 1114a iiciaf a4iuu ,3 KU44iii(( 11144 uig UI4 urjruur COUu.ry.
X Tho numerous letters we receive from our larloua.
sents, Informinir us or cares effected ia their immediAin
neirntorhoous, w arrant us n saying It is one or the best, if
mil ma 1 vij uuai iuugii mcinuuD nuw iMjmru ino puullC
H almost Invariably relieves and not unfreauentlv cures
the very worst cases. When all other Cough preparation
iiattj laiivii, mis mis uiiwmu iue paiifiii.ns urugglnmt ueal
rsln Medicines, and Physicians can te.Ufy. Ase the Agent
in your nearesi town, wnai noa oeen uis sixpenence ot the
cect of this medicine. If he has bn fellluc It for an?
length of time he will tell you Itlsthe best medicine extant.
licloiv we clve a tow extracts Irotn letters we have recelv.
t lateiyregarainj mo virtues oi this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxvilla, Ga., says: I havn been
ulne your Liverwort and Tar very extensively In mv tirae-
tlcefjr three years pa st, and, It Is with pleasure 1 slate my
oeuei in iisiupriuniy over au uiucr ariicies wnn Which i
am arnualnted.for which it Is lerommonded.
Messrs. ntztreraiu cr isrenners, wriungrrom vaynesvlue,
S. C, says: "The Liverwort and Tar Is becoming dally
more popular in this country, and we think Jimlj so. All
who have tried ft soeak In commrndahle termi of It. nnd sav
itis very beneScialin alleviating the complaints for h hu h it
1s recommended.
Our Agent In Pirtens District, S. C, Mr. S. K. McFall.
iu--ures us that he usrsitwlth great linefl' In his own family
andrecotnmeudslt to his neighbors " lie gives nn Instance
of a negro woman in his vicinity, who had been sutTerlcg
with disease of the Lung for years, attoiided with spiere
cough, who was relieved by the Liverwort and Tar.
iuch are the good reports we hear nf this lledlcino from
all parts of tho outh. For a report of the an rprlslug cures
It lias performed in tbe Western and Northern and Eastern
Mates, we would invito the suffering patient In read thepatn.
plilet which accompanies each bottle. To all we fay, have
hope, have hope!
Try tho Medicine!! Be warned In seanon!!! And. netrlocl
not that cough which Is dally weakening your constitution.
Irritating your throat and lungs, and Inviting on that dread
disease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a mm.
-dy can be obtained as Hogera' Sirup of Liverwort and Tar.
iieware oi uounierieitaana oase imitations. The genuine
article Is signed Andrew Kogers, on tbe engraved wrapper
arouua eacu uome.
Price, One Dollar per Bo'lle, or sir Bottle, for Five Dot.
lars. Sold wholesale and relall by HUUVIL & MEAD.
Ill Chartres St. bet. Conn and St. Louis, K. 0.,l Sola Agent
for the Southern states, to whom all orders end applications
for Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by
Ewin Brothers, Berry & Demovile. A. It. Roscoe.Tbos.
u ell, ami (.. . Ucndershott, Nashville, Tenn , and by all
otner iiruggisiaiiirougn tne oiate. Jams UiVtriwly.
"TAIiUAIiLE REAI. ESTATE FOR SALK
V Tbe undet signed proposes to pell a portion of the
TO-aic un wuicu uercsiues, in ine couniy oi Jiaury, known
as "llamilton place."
TheM lands ere beautifully located, well improved.
watered, and timbered, and in point of fertility, productive
ness sua ueaiuiimne&i, arc not surpassed, II equalled, Dy
any lands in the .Slate of Teoueji-ee. There are in the
neighborhood Episcopal, Pre3byterian and Methodist
Churches, a also schools, male and female, in the midst of
of. is good society as is to be found iu the Southern States.
7 uo Acre are onerea lor sale, fronting on the Colum
bia Central Turnpike Koad, divided into FIVE LOT.S, con
taining 50, 78, lft5, ISO, and 2 9 acres severallv. The im
tirovemcats consist of a BEAUTIFDL (MlTllIO !OT.
T'AUE, built of brick, coutum;ng eight rooms, nith neces
sary oui-ouuaings; 4UU acres of cleared land, under a good
fence, overseers' houses, negro quarters, blacksmith and
corpenter shop, mill house, corn crib, Ac, Ari. Ac.
'1 he lands will be sold either iu a body, or in lots. If not
disposed of by the first of November, it will be oHered at
public sale in lots. To a profesaionalgenlleinan, merchant
or ooumern punter, wuo desires a btantilul country resi
dence, these lands oiler great attractions. It is rare that
sucb lands are ellered lor sale.
Address the undersigned at Ashwood Pest Office, Maury
county. Tenn.
JSf PUltsof the land may be seen at the store of Maves,
Orr A Gantt, Columbia, and'wilh R. HoiiMtou, Esq, Nosh-
ville.Tenn.
septl6 tf
LUCIUS J. POLK.
YOUA'G A.WEK1CA.
AGENTS wanted in every couuty in this and adjoining
States to sell the above new und itnproied tOKA
AND COI1 -HILL. To all sucb, a rare chance to
make money will bo oll'ercd . Exclnivu Stat j and County
privileges will be disposed ot on tinu.oually U t tero.s, by
pplication to the Proprietor.
FARMERS AND STOCK RAISERS,
1 offer you n Corn and Cob Mill unsurpassed in tbe
Union, and which cannot he superceded by pastor lutute
inventions. It is the very Mill which every Farmer aud
Stock Kaiser rdiould have; ' it will crush from 6 lo 10 bush
els Corn and Cob per hour, with one horso; is easily fined
up andmauaged; weighs 2-10 lbs., and ss all contact ot the
grinding carUcs is prevented, will last any farmer an or
dinary htstiine. 1 st-rak thus of its durability because the
Kamo principle has been fmrly tested in the old Bark Mill.
Who is it that runts
A MILL ON TRIAL
tor one month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction, to
return it f It there be any man thus disposcd,let him now
pp-iuk. Satisfaction i warranujd m every case, or ihe mon
ey mil be refunded. Tim CriKher tvn be attached to
torse, water or steam power, which renders it the most
coiiverirnl Milr south of Mason's and Dixon's line. All
flher Umshcr-i now in the Eolith require too much power,
ir mil wjoii wear cut. Acci.rdiag ivi
THi: LAV OF NATUJtK
u Corn tad tb Mill hich u.lmits of u Utfral or wabbling
muium, will, ut-ccaiuii!;-, ok.ti iim out, allother Crushers
aicunifiuoie in tms gr.iud iihjeciitin, and the Propriolors
dare n -l.-. e it. in iliu con.itnictiou of " Ol'Ml Ahxr
ic.. 1 tw e ir-4ia.d pn or, A-ni I defy contradiction; Ihave
lev-!. .'. i..k-i.(lUf w, i.l;uiiengo the word lo the cwntra
"; ' ' ; i ri-ute.la nubolitiK literal uioiion.and ellaro
Cb-iil-rl e-: i ..-IMi.viruu thfrefiuv. 1 a.HV:lt that it
;ar .-ut'i...i . M.y Vi,..r ,tl;,, i aji r,0,v 3.u,aJ! t'lis To :
iiussrr !H.-nt.. n .u thtou i, sum i-l
r H i V DOLLARS.
And wit ho wa lt thing," is ear iest;y re-
?."?T,r1 u""' iiwiitu Mid principles oi thie
.i.ill, uii-l .rijrliM..i pniprii-tHr or A"eu!.
A lltf ra! U.-C.iui.t n .4.1.. i-, dealers. "
., . , , ' P. DKOMGOOLE.
Mielbyville, Tcnn Ov.1. 'as So.e Proprietor.
Ellis, Moore A Co., bl lliiket Birvet, Xanhvillc, Manu
Uctureru And Hsucral Agents.
Beiuiaumt, FalliV Co., uUrksville, Aqentu tor Montgom.
cry county.
Au i aiKins, j'uis&xi, Ageniior iiiiei county,
Wm. IS Hunt, Salem, Ai;ent iur i'Vaukiincoii
und JckAon county, Aia.
)untv, Tenn.,
Jameall. Vauce, Caitiliua Spri.ps, Agent for Sumner
county.
, J. W. Hatcher, Columbia, Agent for Maury comity.
W. M. Bell, P. M. Boms, Agent lor Smith county.
J. 11. Aikin, Oharleaivn, Agent for Bradley county.
W. R. Utmley A Bro-t, I.ou Jon, Agents lor Lust Tenues
Bee. octl Ivdiltri w
COIi. SACIV, COlt. SACKS.
WE h ive iu Store and are regularly receiving 2 and
btuhel Osuahutg Corn Sacks, to which we in
vite the attention of shippers.
dc22 W: 1L GORDON & CO.
MISCELLANEOUS
DISSOLUTION.
THE copartnership heretofore existing under the firm
and style of BROWN & GRUBBS, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Jo. G. Brown is alone author
ized to use the name of the firm in liquidation, &c
JOSIAU G.BROWN,
naturnie, juneo, is&o. VV. B. UBUilBS.
JO. ti. BROWN,
HAVING purchased the entire interest of Mr. W. B.
Gamins, will continue the DRUG BUSINEfS, as
formerly, at tbe old stand, where bo will be pleased to see
his friends, Ac-fie. No. 48, College Streeet.
My stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac., if. now very
complete, having received fresh supplies, selected by
one nf the firm in person, viz: Lubin's, Bazin's, and 11 itch
el's Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Wa
ter; Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Broahes, in every style,
Dillutys and Lubin's Sachets: Aromatic Chrvitals: Chine.
Mftlal and Glass Puff Boxes, several new styles; Shell
(JonibJ, lare stock. Also, have on hand Indigo, Madder,,
Whitp Lead, Li.-ja.-d Oil, Turpentine, 4c. je9, 'fi5
i WISHING TACKLE A large stock selected by
7 one of the firm, consisting of Genuine Limerick
iiook". plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen, lira vela
leer, and Common Limerick Hooks; a splendid assortment
of Lines, Cable Laid Silk nnd Sea Grass, Spun and Plated
.Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every variety;
Keels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Uooks, Ac., Ac.
In short, can supply those who can appreciate fine Tackle
with almost every thing they may neaa for tbe successful
prosecution of this uselul calling.
je9 JO. G. BROWN, 45 College st.
tOO-LIVEIt OIL. 5 Gro. genuine Cod-Liver Oil,
V Just received Irom Kushton, Uiartc & vo a, oy
je9
Jtl. U. BKUWN, 43 UOHege St,
LKEC11KS. 1.000 Swedish Leeches on hand and for
sale by JO. G. BROWN, 48 College st
TUUE MANONGA1IELA M'lIISKY. 5 bbls j
i ot me above tust received, oi crime quality; sold to
Ed for six years old.
jea ju. u. liituw.i, 43 uonegesi.
QTONK VARL'. 2.500 pieces Stone Ware, consist
O ine of Jars. Churns. J tiers. Milk Pans. Butter Crocks
Ac. of every size, just received.
jen JU. U. llltuwN. 48U0liege8t.
PORTJiR AND SCOTCH ALIi. Constantly on
hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co.'s celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ala.
je9 JO. G. BROWN, 48 College at
PKARL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior
article of Starch, just received by
je9 JO. G BROWN, 48 College st
E5 11. G. SCOVEL,
& DRUGGIST 6i ATOTIIKCARV.
l3N'nrth side oj the Public Square, three doors
vi est ot the a ash vine inn.
WHOLESALE and Retail dealer in Dugs, Medicines
Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Window Glass. Dnureists
Ufcus ware, atone w are, Paint, Scrub, Blocking, Floor,
Artists, Marking, Dusting, Shaving, Jewell's, Teeth, Grain-
ing, Stencil and 11 earth Brushes.
Perfumery, Bear's Oil. Pomade. Ox Marrow. Pocket
Hdkts., Extracts, Galvanic Curatives, &c Ac.
PATENT MEDICINES. A large and very gene
ral assortment of the most popular Patent Medicines,
many of which are compounded in a scientific manner and
membets of the Medical Faculty, possessing as much cura
tive power, and us efficacious in the eradication of cisease.
as any compound ordinarily prescribed. In proof of which
we cite tDd astonishing ana increasing
classes nf the people, the rich and the po
the low, tbe bond and the ft ee, the learned
ed. for the justly celebrated and popular Family Medicines,
among which are
Doctor jayne a ivxpeciorant, lor uor.jts, tjolds and Uon
tmption. " Alterative and Blood Purifier.
' ' Tonic Vermifuge and Sanative Pills.
' Acer's Cherry Pectoral, for Coughs, Colds, Ac
" Williams' Balsam Wild Cherry and Wood Xaptha.
" " Fever and Aguo Pills.
" Wra. Mall's Balsam for tbe Lungs.
" Holers' Iiiverwort and Tor for Coughs, Colds and
Bronchitis
Dr. Clark's Svrop Wild Cherry and Tar. for Coughs.
Colds, Ac
Cowan's Lythontriptic for diseases of the Bladder, Kid
neys, Stone in the Bladder. Gravel, weakness ot tbe Loin.
Prolapsus Utiri, Ac. Ac
l)r. Trask's Magnetic Ointment, iierhaps. is unsurpassed
as an external application for wounds, bruises, sores, rheu-
ma asm, oites ot poisonous insects and reptiles, ulcers,cliro
nic. soro eves, croup, sore throat. Ticdofereanx neuralgia.
piles, inflammation of the bowels, and ague in the breast.
The ntrnsruus testimonials of the curative powers of this
cheap Medicine, induces us to regard it as bemgamong the
first Medicines of the day.
Marshall' Liniment is a very cheap article and posses
ses rather extraordinary powers in the cure of sweney In
horses, as well asgprainsaud bruises, Ac
Hurley's new Sarsaparilla is attracting the attention of
the people.
All the above mentioned popular Medicines, together with
almost every oiner, on Dana and torsaie uy
Julys 11. ti. SUU V
AYER'S PUIS.
ANEW and singularly successful remedy for the core ot
all lilllouadlseasesCoMlvrnoss. Indication. Jaundice.
Dropsey, Rheumatism, Fevers, Rout, Humors, N'ervousneJs,
Irritability. Inflammations, Headac Pains In tho It roast.
Side, Back aud Limbs, Female Complaints, A-c, Ac. In
deed, very few are the diseases In which a l'urcatlve Medi
cine is not more or les required, and much sickness and
bUfTnring might bo prevented, if a harmless but effectual Ca
thartic were more freely used, Xo person can reel well while
a eo.Uve habit or body prevails ; besides, it soon generates
serious nnd often fatal diseases, which might have been
avoided by tho timely and Judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike ttunof Colds, Feverlxh symptoms, and Bilious
dGrangemciits : they all tend to become or produce the deep
seated and furmldable dittempers which load ihe hearses all
oer tbe land. Hence a reliable family physic Is of the find
importanco to the puldlu health, and this Pill has been per
fected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An ft-
lAn.trn trml nf 114 iirtna. liv Phv.irlans. Proftf.-or ami ln.
tiflnU. has shown results surpassing any thine hitherto known
ol any medicine. Cures have been effected beyond belief,
were they not substantiated by person? of such exalted posi
tion and character as to forbid the suspicion or untruth.
Among the man) eminent gentlemen who have testified
In favor of these Pills, we may mention :
Dr. A. A. HAYES, Analytical ChemUt of Boston, and
Elate Assayer of Massachusetts, whose high professional
cnaracier is cnaorseti ty uie
Hon. KUVYAKU r.VKKriTT, henatorol tbe United Slates
ifUBKitr C. WINTIlltOI'. Kx-Siieaker of the House of
Representatives.
Ai;miri lawkkai e.ji mister I'len.tor.njiin.i.
tJOII.N 11. riTZPATKICK, Catholic BUhop or Boiton.
AUo Dr. J. It. CHILTON. Practical Chemist of .New
York City, endorsed by
lion. w. li. .maku v, secretary or Man. .
H 21. 1. ASTOK,thu richest maulu Amerira.
S. LKLAM) iSc CO., Proprietors or tho lletropoliUa Ho
tel ; and others.
bid spare permit, we could give many hundred certifi
cates frora all parts where tho Pills have been used, but
evidence even morn convincing than tbo experience or emi
nent public men, is round in tueireueclsupou trial.
Theoe Tills, the result of lone investigation acd study, are
offered to the public asthn best and most complete which the
present sintpol meuicai science ran anoru. ineyare coin
louudd not of the drues themselves, but of the mcdiciial
virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by chemical
process in a state ol purity, und combined together in such a
manner as to insure the bl re.utis. This system ol corom-
sitlon for medicines has been found In the Cherry Pectoral
and Pills both, to produce a more efficient remedy than had
hitherto beeu oblatned by any process. Tbe reason la per-
rertly obvious. v hlleiiy the old modo el composition every
medicine is burdened with moro or le. of acrimonious and
injurious qualities, by this each individual virtue only that Is
desired for the curative effect is present. All tho inert and
ol nnxious qualitiesor acn subsunco employed are left be
hind, the curative virtues only being retained Hence It Is
self-evident the effects should prove as they have proved,
more turaly remedial, and tbe Fills a surer, more powerful
aatldote to dicase than any other moi'lcme known to the
world.
As It is frequently expedient that my medicines should bo
ttkonunder the counsel of an attending physician, and as be
could not properly Juihreor a remedy without knowlne Its
composition,! nave supplied the accurate formula-by which
both my Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body cr
practitioners in the united Mates ar.a urittsn American
Provinces. If, however, Ihere should be any one who bas
not received them, they will be promptly forwarded by mail
to Ids reouest.
Ol' all the Potent Mellclnes thatareoflered, how few would
be taken If their composition was known! Their life con
sists in their my-dory. 1 bare no mysteries.
Hit composition of my preparations is laid open to all
men; and all who are competent tojudgn'on the subject
freely acknowledge thelrronvictions ol their Intrinsic merits
The Cherry 1'ectoral was pronounced bysrientlGo man to he
a wonderful medicino beloretts effects were known. Many
eminent physicians have declared the eamothintror my Pills,
nnd even more contulenlly, and are willing to certify that
their anticipations n rro norotnan realized by their effects
upon trial.
They operate by their powerful influence on the Interna
viscera to purify the blood and stimulate It Into healthy ac
tion remove tbe obstructions or the stomach, bowels, liver,
and othur organs or the body, restoring their irr'gular action
to health, aud b) correcting, wherever tbey cxl.t, sucb de
rangements as aro the first origin or disease.
1'KEPAKKD 1IY
James C. ilyer.
llt ACTICAlssV ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
I.OWKI.I., A1AKS.
I'rlcc 2't Cents per Uox. Five Itoxc for 91.
.Sold at Wholesale by BlillRY & DKUOVILLK;
At Retail by UKUvvn & uttuuiis.
jrj"Also, by my Agents in almost every town in the State.
Un2 'i-4m
Jas. At iWCirare,
(SUCCESSORS TO McCLURE & MARTIN,)
Vbolcsnlo nnd Itctall Ilcalcr In lUitttirn!
Ittcrcliuiidlze, ncncrnllr.
NO. 33, UNION STREET.
T7-EEPS cons ant v supplied witn i'ianoi
J. Fortes, Sh4.t.Music, Violin and Gnitarj
StrmiM Brass Instruments: and in fact every'.
unn? in bis line usually kept in tms section oi country,
all ? which will be sold unusually low for CASH or short
time. J. A. M'CLURE.
Nashville. Nov. 18, 'S.r tf
JASTB. CKAIGIIEAD9
DEA.LER IN
H.VIPDAVARH AND CUTLERY
No 2U. Public Sqnare, Nashville.
TO enable me to sell goods at low prices, trom this date
all accounts for sundries purchased on credit shall be
considered due when the articles are deli rered aad pay
ments will be expected when tbe accounts are preset. tL
janll dieoly.
SUNDRIES.
l'IRST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES'
Nashville Sewing Machine Company.
Nos. 71 mid T2
"EAST SIDE OFTIIE-l'UBLIC SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENXESSE&
rpilESK Machine are now vary Justly considered to be tbe
-L beat in use, having the advautago of all others in the
simplicity of thtir construction, the speed and beautv of their
uriiwa mo ereai siren -in i meir seam. linllKe any
others In use, they form a team with two continuous threads
irom orainaryspoouoi cotton, sue or linen maklnga knot
t every stltch-whtcb prevents the work from ripplne; under
ny circumstances whatever.
J he first and hlgheitpremiams hsvebecn awarded tothetv
Machines at all the leading Fairs througbcnl this country
and Europe, sndthelnventornow rejoices In the more sub.
stanlial reward of the largest patrona; ever bestowed npon
any Sewing Machine In Ku rope or America.
They are or the highest finish, and cf every variety or she
and style, end adapted to all the wants or the Sewinr com
munity. They are all secured exclusively to the proprietors by let
ters patent, and arofree from all lejral controversy. Ureat
pains has been taken to adapt thrss .Mschlhes to I'UntAlkm
sewing, nnd they are now so simple, durable and easily run
and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond
competition for this work or for the minafacturaor hcavv
n !!!. 4 .1 IT! . . I .
vnijuiuiii, iur vuiii wr vmtiai, no macmnery nas ever
been invented to surpass them any person after one hours
practice can makafrum 100 to 7tJ corn sacks per day on one
machine. Theso machines are also equally well adapted to
themanara:tureor ell kinds cr clothing, coarse or line, as
well as general sewloft. qoiltlng.stltchlcj, &c. These ma
chines are so arranged si lo maku tbe stitch any teugth de.
sired, and tosew with ease any and every sratn In any gar
ment, and the durability, regularity and beauty of HaUii,
cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by tho most
I ,e shall at all times keep on hand k ull assortment i.f
1,4111144 I1J4UUJ.
I "6Braacninr,Bnii most rnpecuuuy mute mo pnnucgen
erallyto call and see them In use, and give them a cirufnl
examination and be satisfied that tho half has not yet ben
told. decSS tf
JOY TO THE WOltliUI
TLTE ONLY INFALLIBLE KKMEDTI
Hurley's Sarsaparilla.
studylnir. erperiraentallilnr and perfecting Itirlr-it t ntrnitnu.
ed it to the public, and it Is already recognized bv the most
eminent physicians inallpsrt? of tbe country tote the most
surprising and effective remedy fir certain disease of which
they have knowledge.
Allother compounds or syrnps oftheront have hitherto
failed to command the sanction of the faculty, bocanes, on
uuittg 4cmcu, lueyr nave uren luuna locomain noxious insrre.
dienu, which neutrallre the good erects of thasarsapjrllls.
and oftentimes Injure the health of the ralier.t. It Is notso
with Hurley' prepanitlon.
Hiis Is the pure and genuine extract of the root; acd wlll.on
trial, be found lo electa certain and perlectcurei.fthefol-
luwiugrumpiaini anu niseasMr
anection oi the none,
Habitual Co.lirenei",
Indifestion,
Llvr complaint,
Piles,
Pulinnuai-y Diseases,
Scroru!a,or Kim's Kvil,
Syphili',
Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
Dy spepsla
Erysipelas,
Female Irregularities,
Fistula,
And all Disrasesof Ihe Skin.
Besides curing the above, It Is also known to be a gieat
and powerful tonic, purifying the biood and invi?orallnz the
system.
In short, It Is without exception, In the rases mentlooad
and its general effect on the sjstotn, the most efficacious, as
It Is most desirable, remedy of the age. It Is already exten.
sively used throughout the country, aud is fast obtaining an
burupern reputation. The instances or cures it has effected
are daily coming lo the proprietor's know ledga, and he bas
uohesitationln recommending it tooneand alt who desire to
procure relief from suffering. One bottle boing tried, Its ef
fects will be tcjp apparent to admit of further doubt.
ItecolIectHuiley'snrsapzrillals the only geuulue article
In the market.
JfJ I'rie one dollar pcrbottle,orsli for Ave dollars.
For site at the manufactory, corner of Seventh and Green
street. Louisville, Ky. Al ., wholesalo and retail by H. C.
SCOVH., and by dealers In Medicine throughout the United
Htates, Canada and Mexico. JanlO dAwly
DOCTOR HOOFLAJID'S :
CKLKURATED
(i R It 31 A N 11 1TTE RS ,
PBSTAEID ET
DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA., "
will ErrtCTCALLT cuen
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE,
CtinrrMftr Strvout M.UUy, Instant of tK jftintyt, and
all di'tasti arising from a Biurfati
LiTfr or Stomach:
Such,
as Constipa
tion, Inward Piles,
Fullness, or Blood to the
Bead, Acidity cf the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
Fullnesa or weight in the Stomach, Sour
hructatiuns, binktng, or fluttering at the Pit
of the Stomach. Swimminir of the ifer.rl Hnm
and DitEcult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Chnak.
g or Suffocating Sensations when in alying posture, Oim
n..to if Vision llsttfi nr W.h. k.C.M il... .Lu r
in.
- , - - ... w. uciu.o iuvNL-1, crier
and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Pcwpi
ration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
Pain in tho Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs,
4c., Ac., Sudden Flushes of
Beat, Burningin the Flfsh,
Constant Imaginings
of Evil, and great
depression of
Spirits.
The proprietor, in calling Ihe attention of tba public to
this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost con
fidence in its virtues and adaptation to the lisea for
which it is recommended.
It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
tne test ot a ten years trial
and its reputation and sale i
paratkics extant. The testimony
most prominent and well known
uals, in all parts of the country, i:
ing trom your own .State is recpectfully submitted -reter
ine any one who may still doubt, to my Memorabilia
er Practical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families -1
bo had gratis of uli the Aleuts for the German I! :ttirsL
to
Principal Office and Manufactory, 120 Arch St., Phtladel
phia, Pa.
TESTIMONY FROM TENNESSEE.
Dr. 11. B. SoARBoaocoB, Dover. Tennessee, August 23,
1S53, says: "I have sold all the German Bitters yon have
sent me; and if the preparation continue to do as much
OcW a it hat dour, U will U the but wxdicin (tr t-la
Mr. 1
U SsorrfiEASS, Sparta, Tennessee, August 20,1"5D, Mvs:
"I am pleased to slate that your German Bitters tna triveu
satisfaction in every instance where it has betn ax&P
II. T. lloujNs, Hillsborough, Tennessei, Augnst SO, 1 SSS,
says: " I am pleased to state that she Uerman Bitten; hss
given gecpral satisfUction."
Dr, P. Fatio Bro., Knoxville, Tenaesee, Sth April.
1851, said: " i our Hitlers uro m-r Ihag very fast; and i
orery pusuu 4ui ii uxa u, w iar as we have been able
to learn, has been benefited."
J. W. Fbakkxin a Co., Gallatin, Tennessee, December
30, 1850, said: "The ne tirui will want moreof vour Bit
ters soon, as one of the partnera thinks it is a great medi
cine." R.S IlABor, Bolivar, Tennessee, Septcmoer 15, 151.2,
said: "Thereisgreutdemandforyoiirliittcrsbere; please
send another lot s-on."
They are entirely Veqrtottf, free from all injurious
luidiicuu, uiH44)4Eirea"iu?u lueayEiem, and never pros
trate it. ' '
V Sold by dealer in Medicine and Store!:? eperd ot
erywhere. tS 4-o!d in .Nashville by Berry k Uemoville, Brown 4
uruoos,r,iu uromers, 11. is. scovti, and dealers in med
cineiTenerally. fmc'ilo'S' -,!,iwly
JEW D AVII1. OK H?WR F.w""pt. A vtmv "
THE Great Ceuicdy for llheumaim, Uout, Paiu Its the
Si-Jf Hip, luck. Limbs and Joints; e-crofnla, Kinjr's
i.Tii, iiiiconeiiing, nam minors, Mill Join ts.iml all nx.
ed paius whatever.
Wiser this PU-ter Is applied painrannn exist.
It has been beneficial in cas. of weakness, such as I'aln
and Weaknessin the f toinach, Weak I.lmbs, Lameness, Ar.
faction of the Lunjs In their primary stages. It destroys In.
flanialion bv tiersrdrallon.
James h Boyd, Pickens district. South Carol.ua, testige
that, by its use alone he was cured of hheninati'ra In both
of his knees, of several joarsstandinit.
Tho following was handed us by a respectable Physician
InCeorgia:
Messrs. Scovil & Mead fients: Ihave ben uMnzyonr
Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very extensively lii my
practice ror three years past, and It Is with pleasare that I
state my belief in their superiority over all other articles,
with which I am acquainted, fortnepurpoers lor which they
are recommended. The Hebrew Pinter. in.,.i.ii. 1..;,
universal penaeca for local pains. 1 have also toaud It a mos
i.iuoueni application lornprains and Hruises. It irlves uni
versal satisfaction wherever used. SSOH.IV Mil
Knoxville, Ga., March 4th, 1853.
IKT Beware of Counterleitsand balmi:-'i .
Iheptnulne will In raturo hivo tho iniU4iut4s ul fc. I'm .
lor on the steel plate engraved on the label on the top of each
box.
Purchasers are advldsed that a mean counterfeit ofthia ar
ticle is in existence.
The genuine Is sold byu, and by our agents appointed
through the Roma, and no pedlar U allowed to sell it. Heal
ers and Purchasers generally are rautlonod against buylrg of
anj oiuoiir resuiar agents, otherwise thewlllheinipoteil up.
on by a worthless article. SCOVIL iV MCAIL
111 Chartres street, New Orleans, Sole General Agents for
the Southern States, to whom all orders must Invariably be
addressed.
Sold also by F.win Brothers, Berry & Deraoville, A R
Koscoe Thomas Wells and (1 W Hendersbott, .Nashville,
Tenn., and by all other Druggists through the State.
janl2-lyd&mw.
PARE REDUCl-D TO S7 PK0M NAsaVILLU TO
JACKSON, TrNN. . ,
VIATonnesseeand Alabama Railroad, Columbia and
Waynesboro. For seats apply at the General Stags
Office. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri
days, at ex a. m. dc22 M.
ITAP all the remedies that have IWn discovered .lnri n th
demand, by all I W nrrnent sirs for tho 44hniiciinit 111. th.i l.h l. hui?, ,,
or, thehizhand none equal this wonderful Tirenaration. Oi.lr ihr i
and the unlearn- I hsveelapsed since the dlscorererl mho srent tertain
1 before the American neor.Ie. I I r..iVi.,l ik..0,;. . .k.t-.-i. v.
a nnnVnli :f ' I ?r v """" 4uco4u4c r-airs in new lore,
s unnvaiea bv anv fsinnlnriirA. 1 Vmr . .n.. v....! v n t.- ..
3 immease. Tho follow I
xVK'.V YORK, lilt E9tiV & SOUTHAMPTON
UNITED STATES MAIL ETEAHEES.
THK clilM comprljlDjtMj lineare WASH
INGTON. Lapt. E Cavei.Jy; MKH
MANX, Capt. Edward ILgjIns. T.ite ftca.
rner-"top at Southampton, luth jtolngand rrlnnla
rtorojED PAVin or haiu.ng i.-j..
Ktr.m .sv.ith
Y.-m Krjm
Netv Vork. Cremeii,
Saturday. aturdAy.
HEKHAN.V Jin. i.t! Feb. 2.1
WASHlNr.TOX...F.b S3 .Mar -i
HERMANN Mar Si Anrll III
aiiipttxi fur
Wedoeidav
IVb,
Mar
April
May
Jont
J lily
Auj
Sopt
Oct
Nov
IHc
WASHINGTON. ..April ID Afsy K
HF.KMANN My 17 Jaue 14
WASHINGTON. .June 14 July li
HERMANN Jul 12 Au U
WASHINGTON.. Aur !l ?ept
IIKKMANN Sept ti Oct 4
VA9HING10N..,Oct Nov 1
IIEII.M .N ,S.,v 1 4ov 2ti
WASHINGTON.., Nov ?J lee 27
PtoppinratKontharanton. both sjolnir and re'croln?. th.-w
offer pasjin;;ri proceding to luj..n anil Havrd.idranltsjrs
uruj oiner route, Kir um economy ol lima au-1 muiiBV.
Paisa from Xew York to South rupion and Brrmrn, First
Cabin Saloon, 130 dollars; First Cnhui, Lower Siluoa, lil
dollars; 5-ecoad do. CO duIUrs.
All Ietttii and nowspipen mu-t ta.s through the Port Of
fice. A'o bills nriadingnlllhesignedor parcels receUf-d on lh
day of sailing,
An etpcrlenrd Purgeon Is attached to raeh thin.
For freight or pajne apply to
O. H. SAMJ. II Souin Willlaruntml, .Vi-u Vott.
0. A. HEIXEKEX&;CO.,pft.men,
CROSKEY & CO., Southampton.
wa. SHUN, Havre. JtSt-l
FOR
lMIIMDEM'HIA, SEW YORK,
&C.,iC.,&C.
SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LIMES
1 lie well Known nrjt claaa Slrauships
igystone ftto,
CAPTAIX P.. HAKl'IE.
State of Georgia.
CAPTAIN' J. J. OAltVlS,
Will hereafter form a Weekly Line :o l'!'il:id-lph;. taii
evary Saturday, tlternatoly, from Suvannah aod Charlvs
ton, e3 loiuwa ;
The Keystone Ffu'e li.ileii (".i-oi 4SavaLnah the follow
ing Saturdays-Jdniurt tiiti. Kfbiu..rv -,:1 und lt:h.
.uarcn 1st, loiu and t'jtti. Lc.v.cg rmudtli b:a thj al
ternate Satardava
. The State of Georgia will s-.il from CUrljMoa the fol
lowing Sdinrdavs January 2o--l. retru rv tb r.nd 2td.
March Sth and Lcaviug PbiUdtlphia the alternate
.-laiuruays.
In bttength, speed and aecnsr raid-' loss, tbtrse ship3 are
fully equal to any running cn lie c-.vi.st (ni&nd naviga
tion, ltw miles cn Delairire Hirer si d Bay; two eights st
sea. Cabin Passage, with Stats Kor-m accommodations
and tho best cl fare, 329 from either port. Steerage, ti.
Agents at Philadelphia, I1EKO.V A MAKTIX,
Agent at Savauuah, C A. GRhlN'KR.
jinS'S-J Im
NASHVILLE SELL AND BBAS3 FOUNDRY,
No 17 South Front street,
NASHVILLE, Teiin.
AD. COOK, practical Bell and Brass Founder, succea
sor to Weller A Cook, is prepared to manofacture
to or er, Bells for Churches, Steamboats and Plantations.
Aiao, oieam svntsues, uu Ulobss, Cylinder, Gauge,
Fountain and Stop Cocks, Uosa and Salt Well Joints. Gun
MouutintT. Anti-Friction M.tal.
All work made by ma with neatness and dispatch, of the
best material, at low prices, and warranted. janl8 ly
CAUIN I'ASSAG E FROM CHARLESTON
TO SEW YORK,
TWENTV-IIVE DOLLARS.
United States Mail Iiine
-V:ir TORE AND CHARLESTON STEAit
SHIPS.
Through lu -18 to S3 Hours.
SEm-WEEKLT.
Nashville, 1800 tons. M. Berry Commander.
Marion, I&00 tons, W. J. Foster, Commander.
Jas. Adgci, 1500 tons, S. C.Turaer.Commaader.
Southerner, 1,000 tons. Thos.Ewan.
y iv) Aagerg WJiwes, every Wednea-
. nr nrA 1'. l..-. IX . I ' i . .,
""j "v. .lui uoj Hi 1.1 r -je arrival oi tne
cars irom tne esoutb and wat. "at hiTh
water."
These Steamships were all built expressly for this
l!nansiJ Phis 1 1 1 .
utuo cum iui (juicij. upceu una coraiori are unnralleu on
Tablea supplied with ererTlaxiirr. Aitnt
leous Commanders, will insure travellers by this Line
u.v.j ru-HVI0 V0.41104 4 &11U 444.tS4JUlUlOUaU0U.
Cabinpassape, jj5
Steerage passage
Forfretchtor passage, having elegant Stats Room Ac
Mmmodatioag, apply to
HENRY M1SSROOM.
Corner East Bay and Adger'a Si
i South Whaif.
icoio 1.0 ir
Charleston, S. G.
MANNY'S CELEBRATED COMBINED REAPEER AND
MOWER, WITH W00D3' IJIPBOVEMENT.
FIRST GRAND SILVER 3IEDAL
For tho best Reaper and Mower at the Paris World's
Fair Exhibition, 1855, awarded to John H
. Manny, and the Machine
l'lirchased by Prince Napoleon !
where some fifteen of them have been used in the last two
yearn, rnce 1 100 delivered In .Nashville.
janl2-tf B. F. CHEATHAM.
ANBHjSWJ. "smith,"
NO. 45 BROADWAY.
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
D&AL&R IS
TENNESSER IRON, CASTINGS, NAILS, STEEL.
WAO0N AXLES, EUPTIC SPRINGS,
And allother articles in'his lir.e of business, which he of
fersat Wholejaleor Retail, low .for Cah, at the abov.
std- feb2 Ir
WALL PAPER STORE,
No. as Fulilic Snanre, West Side,
CORNFK DEADEBICT STREET.
111. the newest patterns and
latest styles, for Parlors. Halla
Chambers and Dining Rooms, cheap
UDelazed. trreat variety.
Aiao, maow paper, lesters, Pire Mreeue, k. Terms
Cash, for all small bills, and on time only to prompt ccJ
tomers. ftbS W. W. FINN.
T P .ECCEIOCC I ALEX. W. CAMPPSIL.
SCURLOCK & CAilirilKLL.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Jacksou, Tcnnesec.
Btrxn to
R C McNairr A Co., John Kirtman, Efq.,
Allison, Anderson A Co , James Wood3, Eiq ,
Wm B Shapard A Co., Msj Alex AlliFon,
Lindsley A Crockett, ( O Torbett, Eso.
!ebl lmdiw
NOTICE.
THE partoershipheretofore eiiptinx between FELTS A
1IASLAM is this day, 'by mutual consent, di?.olseJ,
and Samuel Ilaslam hereby assumis the payment of all
debts ajrainst said partnership concern, ami is to finish all
contracts acd collect and hate all debts doe the said firm
of llaslam A Fells, SaMUEL HASLAM,
J W FELTS.
N. B. Samuel Haslam will continue the business at the
Walnut Gnve Steam Stone Saw Works, and solicits a
share ofpatronaje. b fehlO y
iLll Should Tsy It.
DR. J. HOSTETTER'S
CELEHRATEU STOJIACJ1 RI'rrEU.S.
ARE YOU DYSPEPTIC !
1 hen take these celebrated Bitteri
ARE YOU BILLIOUSf
Try one bottle of these Bitters and be relieved at once.
ABE YOU ANNOYED BY INDIGESTION t
Remove tba cause by the free use of these Bittrs.
Tbe celebrity that this excellent preparation hnn gained
in the last few j ears is beyond belief. The btst Physicians
in tbe United States endorse it and recommend it to their
patientsinallcjfeaorDyfpejia, Indigestion, and loss of
Appetite. It is osedby nearly every family in the Union,
and none should be without it.
For sale by 11. O. SCOVEL,
O. W. 1IENDEHSH0T.
BERRY A DEM0V1LLE,
JO. G. BKOWN,
HARBEKT A ROSCGi,
A. C. CARTER,
And by DruegliMand Motels generally.
N. B.Soe directions on Bottle. wept 16 dA wly.
ULANKETS! 11 LANKE'tStI DLANKETMtl
f JiWENTY case. Bed Blankets 2 cases Steam Boat
X Blankets; 5 bales Mackinaw jMankata. For sale low
to clow jauas A J DUNCAN 4 CO.
I T 11A Eon hand and for Kilt. Inn hn U.nliinsi Th..
;tJ 1. 'ir .- , " .C14JIOU4, new uaiuosuire, uonoecucut:,
in Its favor C'lven hr tlin I k nin.t. ..j.ih.ii.i: iu..ii;th -.i. ... . f
t,i " , . f. .1 I ""-4.V.,, ..uu li. uiiuaiiu auu .sanoviiie in tms state, and
roysieana asil Individ havccivenuniveraalsatiafactinn throimbnnt w.h.ii. t..
DRUGS
mil SUPPLIES!
II. i II SWH41 M 1 l I 1 1 k 1 li W 4 t . . ... .
. I III , ITtntllH illT.UllylIl4,
Jli m."?: PAINT3 C tc. Received and
lo re sold at ine lowest prices bv T WFI.LS
LTA1L em M-irVo4 nnnnc'l TThIm
atri-et -,hillo ' -., j-. uu ou
1 6 URGICAU DENTAL, S0RVEVINQ, Mmwifwand
Q ritiMiruauittuasorted. Jnst received by
mneil in wtftu
X Tomtit iattr3. a,snrUi J
"WcV1 T0'LETfE BOTTLES, assorted.
vwaijiu IW Aft Ua1J bKWI ilUCUlt
HAIIt TONICS, sVtir Hp4, Gloss Powder, puffi and
CURLING FLUIDS, Pomatums, OILS, IWccon,.
TOILETl'E and ShaTii Sinj inn An
ODONTLVK TOOTH PASTK and STRAWBERRY
iuOiii WaiVSII
tvitmuj Ktlraclt, a full assortment. Received and'
oasrra cneap by T. WELLS
C"iO: LIVCItOlL. Rusnros's. Qcurnn, Uosphu,
J Hyd. Potass., Ipdix, NITRATE SILVER, Select
p-iwaereoi ipecac, upium, Colocyntb, Rhubarb, camony,
M-yipp!.-. Golden Seal. All offered low by
junett x. WELLS.
QAI.'SAl'AniLLA ETIIACTS, 48 Dosen I
O BULi. n. , azotet, Towssssd's, Carptnta'i, Siuiaa
' " .M4.4A4.4 0444Sd04U114U.
BJIAisUIlUS, WINES, sVC-47 Bbu. andlalt
l-rt VojiUae. OtarJ, lhtvrty, SignttU, an-i dam. I
. . i . V . . . . . ir..i.:.. t. . . i i r . ..........
jii, i.nu ii4iueuu. run. ouerry, Jiuscaie YViaiVJ.
A 1HM1AT1U MJ11IKUA.1I SCliiYAFPS-A
XL popular remedy ror diseases of the Kidneys
O OIITEU Iinndon in pint and quart bottles.
JL Received bv T. VVET.ls
IrLECTKIC illacbincs, Utiiciut Oueit, Modical
J Sallle Hag?, iVirnw 1Uji, Trnsres, Shoulder Braces,
O yilraullc Cenjeatand. Plrtster ol" Paris of sn-
penorqiuilty.-
TT'AIINISIIE.S Fu-niUtre, Coach, Demar,5row and
v a44va otipan, iron, .Learner, instrument and Picture
Varnishes.
ri OLD LEAF, GoU Feil.SUur Leaf, Red, TtUaa
A ua ttnu jsronzts.
Uoroe,
T
x-t juseSl - T.WELLS.
A RTIST'S COLOItS. 9S dosen Ireah assorted
XI. triors in musxible tubtu, well assorted.
Ol'ICES; 150O JiUS. Pepper; 875 lbs Pimento;
kj UoTe3, Umnamon, Mace, Uinger; Ground Spi
If .f.li.. i. 4.i: rf.ii-.: Vi... - . ,
Spiced
3; Pre-
i eiuuikfuaf cpcrMinjc ueiieiine; uiuer AimonuSj
LULSIIE.S-7S dosen Hair, Tooth, Nail, Hat, Cloth,
) Paint DttstinBr.SweeDtmr. Scrubbintr. Poona. Stencil
nj, (Tomb, Shoe, Stopping and Varnish Brushes.
EECUES.l'ra&h supplier. Received br
fIPES.Marbka.Gun FlitsI, Percuwion Caps, Gun Sealh.t MQ-td ,.W0.drrZ. Shtpperaare ooti
1 WaiM w. .t?4t. ''senttotheDersoU mlnSl
. i . . . ' . f . v.. . . 1 r , I. 1 i- ,
lULUii s-ituus no uoaen jioxca sjoogn xnaj
J and New Engl
.nguna uongnsyrnp.
A riJSTAltDSi Frankfort, louurUU, Ltxington and
j ciacinnan. Keceivea ana lor sale by 1. wtLLS.
LINE PEN AND POCKET KNIVES. AssM.
V POUT MvMAltS, every shane.
PISTOLS, SWORD AND WALKING CANES. Well
assorted.
QECAlla AND TO ISACCOS 88,000 Cazadora,
O Xtpolfon, Harriv, Leoiuloro. Jtna L'm.l St&irs:
25 b?xex May uten and Fine CutCbewiDg and Dutcher
coking l.te;ccrt. orsalelowby 1. WKLLa.
BLACKIN(J-40 gross Iresh Paste Blacking.
STARCH. 25 boxes. Stab Casdlxs. ir, boxes.
ALCOHOL, Vioesin WAfkis. GlJfS, Hums, S3 bbla.
I.ttKEU OlLand isflS. TUliPE.TlNr
PUI'.E WHITE LKADin 25, 50 and 1001b kegs.
ZIXK WU1TK PAINT,? Frtiuk, in 25 an 50 tilegt,
l.fceived ana lorsais ata small advance or
june21 T. WELLS.
IIELiUllOLD'S UKti VINE l'KEl'ARATlON.
I1KLMBOLDS UIGLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHD
ror diseases of the Biailderaud Ktdneri, Secret Diseases,
oiiiciuTCA, 11 Cus.ueis&e3, una ail uiMoea 01 uie oexnai
Organs, whetherin Maleor Female, from whatever causa
thy may have originated, and no matter of how long
standing,
F you have contracted the terrible disease whicli, when
. once seated in the system, will surely co down from
one generation to another, undermining tbe constitution
and sapping the very vital Quids of life, do not trust jour-
seu in the hands 01 yuacis, who start up every day in a
city like this, acd fill tbe papers with glaring fab-eh'i.oda,
to3 Well calculated to deceive the young, and those not ac
quainted with their tricks. Yon cannot be too c&refol in
the selection of a remedy in these casus.
Tho Fluid Extract Bucha bas been pronounced by emi
nent physicians Ihe 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 this dreadful
disease; and, unlike other remedicsdoes not dry up tbe
disease in the blood.
Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, a molt
icrrioio aisease, wmcn aaa nrongni inousanas 01 ms un
man race to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant
bopes of parents, and blighting in the bud the glorious
ambition of many a noble youth, can be cured by this
Infallible Remrdy. And an a medicine which must bene
fit everybody, from Ihe simply delicate lo the confined and
despairing invalid, nu equal is to be found acting both as a
si f4si fivsfl npatPAnlisv!,
HELMBOLIJ'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
For Purifying the Blood, removing all diseases arising
ixotii ciwmi ui mercury, eApuauro sou impruuence in
lue. chronic constitutional disease, arising Irom an im
pure state of the Blood, and the on ly reliable and eflec
tnal known remedy fur the euro of Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Scald head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, P&ins
and Swellings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Faco,
and all Seal v Eruptions of the Skins.
THIS article ia now proscribed by some of ihe most
distinguished pbvaciana in the country, and has
proved more elb'cient in practice than any preparation of
SarsapariKa yet offered to the public Several cases of
have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our Pub-
lie Institutions which had for mauv year resisted every
mode of treatment that could be 'devised. These cases
furnish striking examples of the salutary effects ol this
medicine inarrestinsgomeofthemoiitinveteratedLseases.
alter tne glands were destroyed, ana tbe bones already
affected.
- ,. ... . . .. . . - I
NoTiCf. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro-
fejiois of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of curts
from patients will be fwund accompanying both Prepara
tions.
Paicu, Fluid Extract of Buchu, f 1 per bottle or 6 do for tS
" " " or Sarianarilla. " 44
equal in strength to one gallon of Svrnp ot Sarsaparlha
Prepared and sold by II. THEtMBOLD, Chemist, 283
CheMnut Street, near the Girard House, Philadelphia,
To be lud of and of Drutxists
and Dealers everywhere.
All letters directed to the Proprietor or Agent receives
immediate Attention. junel ly
T WELLS, Agent, Market st., Nashvill
U G. SCOVhIi.No.J2 North Side Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TENNliSSLE.
Chartered hr the Gaasral A&jemblv of the Stito.
TMIE aboro Institution is cermavntlv hc-tJ. and
X cot sarpasd br any nirailar establnhmrot iu the
United Stilts Ju point of facilities fjr impirltng a thorongh
prnciic-il knowledge of the duties r.f the Accountant.
i:ooh-Kcyins.
This Department is under the immediate supervision ot
the President cf the College, who id apracricnl book.keper,
havintr had manv Years' experience in some cf Ihel 1 rgt
conuting-homies m the Union.
Joraiaercini imw.
This Kraneh ia under Ihe Eutjarinrisndancsi ol Joax A.
McEwzs, Esq., Member of the Nashville Bar, who ia too
widely known as a lawyer aod orator to reqaira any further
not'ee at our hands. . . ..
The Coarw of Instruction r.mtracis beta Heading end
lifctares.
Ixictnres will be delivered at nigbt,B as not in interfbre
with his prtifieoionalengagrments.
jtrrciiniiiB uiii-uiuimus
v,r 7m Kcnutt. A M. Under this head is embraced everr
specien cf calculaliona necessary for a book-keeper or busi
n?ii mail to understand vlx , Interest, DUcoaut, Loss and
Oar.i, EqnaJions, lUchange, Ac Ac.
Teniis ofTuitiou.
Bo -k-Keeping . by I'oubleiud Single Entry, as upph'ed
in every varitty of hutiness, both prosperous and
advene. Commercial Cr.!culatiou., and Commercial
Ijiw Ictnw, including the use nf Looks, .... V 00
Penmanship For twenty lesson?, J5 Q
For lesions wilhout limit, J 10 0
J3f The above feia are payable, invariably, ia advance
The Importance of this rule must appear obvious; as students
enter fur an unlimited period, with the privilege- of review
ing at any time dnri'iglife. witho.it extra charge.
This School is in perpetual tv-ssion, having n. vacation:
Lence studtnU uuy enteral any time and pursue their
etudit-9 without interruption.
Merchants and business men will be supplied with com
petent book keepers by applying at this establishment.
Good board and lodging can bo obtained for tS per week.
No student will bo taken for less than a full course, iu
wbatover branches he pursues.
Time required for u full course from six to ten weeks.
X'rf Address Southern Commercial College, Nashville,
Teoo.' apCT-oiWifcwly
AND glQs3
KEY FITTERs
Corner of Broad and Cherry street. Nahvll!, Tenn,
inS'M tf .
XTKA FAMILY FLOUR.-vve an. jutm w
ceipt ofl09bis and 50 bbU Lebanon Flour
jjnjVf BURGS A ALLEN,
s
RAILROADS, &C.
lf$MrlsMB'rsR3sWWBiiMWsB
NASHVILLE AND CII ATTANO U G A JRAXL.
HO AD
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE.
ON and after Mon lay the 18tfc Inst., the Passenger Train,
will be run to and from Chattanooga su follows :
Daily Train leavei Nashville, at 731), A. 1L, arrtvUg a t
Ch4ttanoogaat4S0,r.M.
RETURN INO,
Dally Train. leives Cnattanooza. at 8. A. SI., arrlvliu-,-.
Nishville at P. M.
11. I. A-DEKSO.X,
Nashville, Feb 19, Superintendent.
SUPPLEMENT TO FREIGHT TARIFF.
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE,
N. A C. Railroad, Oct. 10, 185. j
ON and after Saturaday, 20th inst, Grain sad Floor
over theTfashville and Chattanooga Railroad will be
charged at rates as below .
STAT10S to chattahoooa.
WBCAT COa.V. OATS. flOOB.
per ba. per bu. per bu. per lbL
Prom .Nashville, Lavergne
4uju s-rajma........ ....i
From Mu-rfreesboro, Chrls-I
nana as a rostervllle,...
From Bell6uckle, War-
iraee, Mielbyville
Normandy,..
From Inllahoma, Estlll'i
Springs, Sechard and
uowan,.
From Tantalon, Anderson
auuoievenson, ,
From Bridgeport, Shell,
mound aad Whitesid,
TATI01 TO SUSHVIILE.
From ChaSanorri, Shell-
moanaanii v i .ii
From Brdgepori tsvea
son, Auaerson a Tan
From CoVan"Deche.
I Mil's Spring's and 1
uion
homsu.
Frora Normandy.Waiiract
oueioyviua ana Kel.
buckle......
From Fuitervlille. Chrl-
uana ami ilurfreesboro,.
From Florencemyiaaand
uvergne,
Flour at the above rait in h. i . v
ty-five btrrels and nnwTr itZST?, '1 ."Tea-
SSfi'f nts pV bSreTto-rddV"
rat.nJ.fhaISel,uonbarr(L H.LANDERSON
i;4io.-u. v; . ii
. 4. ci 1-4 icuuen i
nabuve : am cHArrANooGA raxxhoadT
"T R'wBridge U reSuui;
JzLFa'9 .f"1. -Morehandise will be tnn-JHK
P tfce. n.er oa Steamboats and Bar-rft
I 4.1C144 1U( 4Utt M-JUri TimL.ti nn r.u . . "... .
i .v. : . c44 ui pacEasres lnsnm.
i j-.-j fjrV -Tir ,1 VJ .c-paten'-a, wHl Dsrtv
vut or . v : cept mbeavT osi
bur es or snnnr bar, ThT;S.. 7Z,r.KL r,,.. ?0M:
tarr to repairthe same will greyly retard the TttZZZ
and cannot bo Mrform.H S.!r?. ''tp
order itfcrward. Wheat to Cluttanooga will be "eSaW
mae.CrtStSfian? P0"1 e:Bbtn' P bushel from TmlSi
ma and all stations west nf T.-.. . -
Nashville and all station., irrtVf lSE"ltlSu
bachargeil ten cents end Corn DtntfnUr busheL-
vlhV frcl," charSed,? dollar per barrel from Nash
vifJe to Cbattanooira. All sirtielcri---.;..!.. j j .--
T..:tp-. ... ?, 3 . . . 4..iKu.uiKua4eaia
.".Ji .f".rr.. 0U Baaln chis-swdlbe carried at
K. L ANDERSON.
REDUCTION OY r.ims !ri5S&&2-
From Bridoorf, L,-r.nTT" r
daced iilTni' PrTZ
1CAII.1II I A Is '. s.-
COTTON destined for Charleston will, on and aftr thl
date, be charred 4?5rrl,.UnfiMii.. .j
86 centsper 100 lfik.fo? exeeiof ovei ?fio. IbaT "
septl2 H. I. ANDEltSON. Snp't. N. A. tr R R.
FROJI N ASHV'lLljE TO nv.w on i a,-W-
THROUGH LV FOUR DAYS.
FARE. THIRTY nnrr. a dc
pot. Price 16 60. "u " w
tJnZ 'fioniery to Mobile, by a double daily line,
f,i?.fd f TeDlDS) stages an Steamboat. eoncscU
mg with the steamers from thence to New Orleans.
i-AjuLKaua.UenT Sup't N. A C R.R.
TENNESSEEAND ALAD.AMA RAILROAD.
ON and after Wednesday, December 12th, HS5, Train
will run as loliows: '
GOI.VU SLiTT'l
sheaves nanviiM At . u-.n.i e
Thianpson's at a 20, a. m . and'4.. '
in; arriveaai
UU1.VU NORTH.
Leaves Thomnson'a st R-ir. . u . i r ,
Nashville 105. and 680. i ' ' "
Duauay a tain leaves Ihompsoo sat Ja.si
The Stares of CartarThomM.fr Mnoh
Trains at thompeon'a v""actl w,m
Through Ticfcits to Meaphij, Waynesboro'. Jsciaoo.
Tuscumbia, Florence ColummA, 'and Pnlaakrn
cured at the General Stage Office under the Verandah lii
teL
decl2-tf
R-Eng. and Supl.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
T-w?'.01"?1 conn''g the AtUnticcitie
w . wAorthwestera, and Southwestern States,
D,ru?tlDuOU? Railway direct. This road also connci
S w , " JT. diul7 U"9 of Steamers to aH porta oa
Se Weatern Ritbts, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with
a1 toall ports on the Northwestern Lakes: miin
ma mnsl . 1 . j . ,. .
aL . a t . . ...4..,.,,, tstxAtja. 1A1HJLL
ifSvfrni'Jr'L V? r'iia6U by whicE
ufocSt?.11 ?adelpiia and Pittabtusr
- i 4. iuiaruea so ana irom tb Uralt U diL
viaaism. Aooui,snoes, urr Uooda f
ftn boxes.) Frira. Veathm - rSOererlCOSi
SECOND CL-llookjandStntVnnVeV
Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea- Use per 10012,
THIRD CLASS.AnviIs, Bagging. Bacon ,
and Pork (in bulk,). Hemp, Ac f Sia P4- DIb
FOURTU ClAsa-cilTee,
and Pork (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil! f IOc Pr I05a'
j. . . U41UUU4U turiner notice.
Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until further notice.
Lotion fSoer bale, not ivi;--, tsu n. ,
further notic?. 6
13Tla bhipping Goods from any point East of PhiU-
b juBi'i i comiignea to the Agents of ibis
Road at Philadelphia or Pituluii-i. .ni rJL..A. i ..iT
h n.MV,.U..UUiunlui.
it..
... . . - ...... n wv. . uunuitMii:
.UnhajiA Co. ZaneSVIlL'. Ohiiir Leech .i. v..
. PilfJlranr
11. 1L HOUSTO.V, GmfraltrtifltAnnt.l'iUuda.
11. J. LOilUAEii.T,Jiap't,Altaki,I'j. '
I'ENiVS YLV ANIA RAILROAD,
i ... 1 1 . 1.. 4. 1 . .
Tie above lines connect at Pitdf,.,. rn. .4.- t.i.-
f?.aKf?, f?- Alton: Gtlen7andCa
; Terra
: Ciccio
CleveUnd, Column ieannMalV
nbJil: 71?.lh? Sf BoaU trim and iTstw
Orleana, Sfc , Louis, Lonisriileand Cincinnati.
Through Tickets caa bs Lad to or from
above places.
or from sitharof tba
ror turtuer particulars, sea Handbills at tbe different
SltrttniT pomts. Parsemrern fmn. iu tr.. ;n j .1..-.
tlie shiyrtest audnttat expeditious route to Philadelphia
Baltimore, New 1 ork or Boston.
T uiJirt w7 C.10.0KE A,osT, Pam$rr Lint. PkitaU.
...(.A..4,, awipj Au j
FARE REDUCED TO $12 30
t UOil NASHVILLE TO MFMIMsl.N.
VIA Tense&ste and Alabama Railroad, Columbia,
Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
ISO miles railroad, nd 165 miles turnpike. Leaves Nnsh
vilie Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at C a. m. Ap.
ply at the General Stage Office, opposite the Pott Ofilcc.
oetr.: 11.
COjaDS, FANS, AND FANCY t.OODb.
WILLIAM TASZER.
-t( PARE PLACE, NEW YORK r-itvs the attention
J.U of Son them and Western Merchants, to his newiioclr,
of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes. Ladies Reti
cules, Perfumery, Soaps Porta Monaies, Jet and BeaJ
Bracelets. Pocket Books, Dress Buttons, Pics and Needlen.
Uooks and Eyes, Watch Guards, Wax, Coral, and Glass
Beada, Neckhiceii, 4c India Rubber Combs, Canes, Ball
and Toys of every description. Scissors, Razors and CkU
lery. Gold and Gtlt Jewelry, Accordeom and Violins, in,
eluding a general and very large stock ot English. FreneK
anu UE144U4U a 4414.1 uuuun, is uicu win iQ soi(X at the v
lowest prices for Cash or ArrKovso Pamr.
ap- uraera dj lettsr selected and put up In the es
mauner. WILLI a if VAUKKit
WILLIAM lASKHtL
my 4-1 vd.
Pacc PiAer. Nw Yotsc
Ar. "ARGAIN IN A D WELLING
NEAT frame dwelling with three or four rooms, on
the comerof MeNairy and Demumbrace streets io.
West Nashville fronting 100 feet on Demnmbrane stresH
and lii front oa MeNairy street- Apply immediately- to
J.L.AK. W. DROWN.
I-SS JHAItY WEUER will give lessons on tht
Pitno and Harp at the residencsscf bar pupils. Ap
ply to H. Webssr, No 24 Tlat itresit. JgaSl
I I I I
10 eta. Sctsl 6cUl 43 eta.
3 "18 "la j 40
and
I & 4 I 7 4. I 14 I ) 4
) 7 " I 6 ' 5 - j 39
3 " 4 3 "I SO ,
I 10 si 9 u 6 si
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j 7 " t 5 as
j O " I 3 I 4 I SJ i
I 3 " I 4 I 3 44 I n
rauoar Afisw.-IIarri WormleyA Co., Memphia,
Tennessee, li. F. Sasa A Co, St Urns,; JMitctell A
Son, fcvanavill-, Indiana; Duraennil.iteH and Murdock. tad
t arter A Jewett, LontsviUe, Ky.,R.C. Meldram.Mjdiaon
ledums; itrsiain A hruxn r,A Ir in a
N. W
"7 ivuuj. o4ice4 inasion; jeecn 4.1: Alitor Uoum, New
lorkj Jo 1 William street, and No. 8 Bittery Place. New
n I . 1 1
lork; c,j.aneeaer, Philadelphia; Magrair A Keons, . al
imore: Ge. C Franciscu-s. Pitliljarir.
THREE Daily Through Trains, between PhiladIihis.
MIJ."--V,BlIOKJ!Ia mail tkaln
leaves 1 nlalelphu for Pituburg at 7, A. M, and Pitts
burg for Philadelphia at 7, A.M. THE FAST LINE
414114UCIU111 iur a iiwourg nn.i'.M. and PittuhnriF
for Philadelphia at 1, P.M. THr NIGHT EXPKPsI
TRAIN leaves PWladelrMaforPKbbnry at Jl M aJ
PitUburc forPhiladelnCh. at 10 P u " nJ
! 1 .7 7. ' Auisviiie. lv.
haute Jttadison, Lafajett4,i.nd Indiaeapolw, lid.:
mm,- is&vioB.BDriuhei.i iii!i.r.ini..;-
cviwo'wtfersnd'siiirpcea per weet? "5.'
I feblS dlwiw8t
Banger.
i4?f4U4riai8 co
1
'jo'-morrI5
ATS-iiirtT
.1 1 tmt.. .
4u suia umce,
feb7 tvf
Agent.
ROBERT P. BICHADS0N

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