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UNfO
AND A1ER1CAM.
VOL. XXVII.
NASHVILLE, TENN. FRIDAY, MARCH 7. (850.
NO. 153.
4
UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE COBWEB CHURCH AND CHERRY STREETS.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN is furnished
to subscribers at f 3 00 per annum in advance
The TRl-WEEKXY is published avery Tuesday, Thursday
aad Saturday, at $5 00 per annum, in advance; if not
paid in advance, $6 00.
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollar.
GTTHE MONEV, IN ALL CASES, TO ACCOMPANY
SUBSCRIPTIONS. fi3
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mill ut our
risk.
No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is
accompanied with the cash.
jgj- We wish it distinctly understood that no paper will
be discontinued until all Arrearages are paid, except at the
option of the publishers.
SCOTTT LLEGIANFcOJtNDCli
DULL.
THERE are features connected with this Mill worthyof
consideration and close examination on the part of
those wishing to purchase a Feed MilL
Its mechanical const met ion 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, its durability is amply provided for. The "complete
and entire portablenesa of the Little. Giant, rendering its
greater convenience lor plantation and farm use impossi
ble. It requires no mechanical aid or bill of expense, to
put it up; anv farm hand or servant can put up and net one
running in half an-hours time. The convenience with
wbich the sweep may be applied to run horizontal as is
most usual or over head, 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
ot product. 18 to 80 bushels of good feed meal per honr,
according to the degree of fineness ground, and the size
mill. It is the cheapest mill, all things considered, there
is before the public
Another thing connected with the Little Giant, as a pat
ent, ana wortby or note, is tbe lact mat mere nas oeen no
Patent Right fpecuLtting or huckstering about the coun
try, as is usual with the thousand bungling make-shin im
plements that are got up as a trado merely to pet money
by selling or palming otf the patent right upon the credu
lous then the machine to bo abandoned by all parties as a
humbug; on i he other hand the Patentee and Proprietors
of the Little Giant Mills, believing that they can and de
termined that thoy will supply the Agriculturalists and
Stock raisers of cur country with a superior Mill, are per
inanently engaged in the business, and have over one him.
dred thousand dollars invested in the manufacture of these
mills, in the East, West and South, some of these establish
ments employing CO men solely in this business. So high
ly are these mills appreciated, that four thousand have been
hold within the past eighteen months, and the heaviest sjnd
the most extensive Manufacturers of Agricultural imple
ments in the United States have eagerly sought an inter
est in their manufacture and sale.
No implement has been more thoroughly tested; no one
of the- kind has received so numerous and nigh testimonials
trom Mechanics' Institutes and Agricultural Associations,
and none by reason of substantial, practical utility and
cient have more fairly ground thejr way into every day
use and popular favor than Scott's Little Giant Corn and
Cob Mill. Orders promptly tilled.
Liberal discount to dealers.
BROWN & ANDERSON,
octl tf No. 40 Market st, Nashville, Tenn.
Ori ici or Tiir Maktlakd Comolidatxd Lottiiik, i
Baltivoxi, Jdlv 1st, 18SS.
AllTicieti oa Chtificatii orPACiAcrs or Ticexti,
111 THE LuTTERISA AUTHORISED BV THK SlATC or MaBVLAND
lilt THE LITHOOBAFHED flONATCai or F. X. BKKNAN',
Gemeeal Acext roB the Coktractoa, AMD am othem ae
rEAUoi.
Owing to the numerous applications from all parts or the
country, the management will give their attention to the
filling of orders for Tickets or Certificate, In the Maryland
Lotteries.
Pertone at p distance, may confldently rely upon bavins
thoir orders fur Tickets promptly filled, and the ttriclenl con
fidence observed.
Tnese Lotteries aro drawn daily In public In the City ot
Baltimore, under tbe superintendence of tbe Stats Lottery
Commissioner. Heavy Bonds are given to the State as secu
rity for tin payment of all Priien. The prices of Whole
Tickets are from Jltot20. Half and Quarter Tickets In
proportion.
Tuere are never less than 23,000 Prizes In any Lottery,
which Piizes vary in amount from $1 to $100,000, according
lo tlio price of Tickets. For Instance
When price ofTicfceUlsgl the highest Prliels about $5,OTJ
. i. tk 4t 2 ' " " " 10,000
.. .. k u ti 5 " " " " i 20, OX)
,i i. n () " " " 4(1.000
.i ii uq ti " 70,000
Uiih numerous Priiea of $10,000, $3,000, S1,W)0,$500. 8100,
5.c, A:c. Persous can remit us any amount, lrom 91 up
wards, that they wlh to invest on receipt of which we for
ward its value in Tickets in the Lottery designated by the
purchaser, or, Ifnone be desimaled, then some Lottery that
uill bedrawu after tbe bujer has got the ticket in bis posses
tlon. An Official Scheme of the Lottery will be ent with all
tickets ordered, carorully sealed in an ordinary envelope,
xnd on the day the Lottery is drawn the official Drawing ill
to sent, tocether with a written Explanation of the result of
the purchase. The Drawn Numbers are also published In
tbe daily papers of the City or Itallimore, and in the Dally
National luieiligencer, D. I .
A Circular containing all the Schemes will be sent to any
one by addressing the underlined.
Address orders forTickota to F. X. BHENAN,
ulySt, 18.15 ly No. 4 Calvert St., Baltimore, Md.
aTeI. M WAL1.1.CE- H P. WISCFIELD
WALLACE fc VflNGFIELD,
Geucral Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
ATLANTA. GEORGIA.
WILL give special attention to the sale of llacon, Lard,
Hour, Tobacco, kz, Ac.
itirtu to
C Wallace, Kooxvdle, Tenn., Toole, Bro.ACo., Marv
viile, Tenn, U T Coi, Ionwville, Tenn, J Donaldson,
Union, Tenn., Johnson A Hair, Madinonville,Teen.,Brab
ton A Urn., t$ev;er countv. Tenn., Fains A King, Dan
Iridge. Tenn '. Vaugn A "Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, H
M Jackson, Athsna, Tenn, Poullain, Jennings A Co.. Au
gusta, Ga , John Cunningham. Greensboro, Ga., F W Lu
oas, Athens, Ga, John Wingfield, Madison, Ga., CarhaTt
RofT, Macon, Oa. F T Willis, Savannah, Ga. nov7
RAGS S550 IN PREMIUMS.
HAVING largely increased my supply of Rags by tbe
premiums offered the past year ending June 80. 1
um induced to offer a ltrger amount of preminms for the
present year. And will pay the above premium in sums
off 100, i'M ?30, J70, t CO $50, $40, $S0, $20 and $10, to any
ten merchant, or "Pedlars" who will deliver me, from
this date to the 1st Jnlv, IS56, the largest amount ot
RAGS. The same to bo bought outside of and by men do
ing busing outeide of Nashville orvicmity.
1 wiil at all times pay the highest market prices ia cash
for RAGS on delivery, and i.sue a certificate to the ownsr
of the uinount received and paid for. These certificates
must be kept and cent in on or before the 1st day of July
neat, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville
&.n make Uiea-rards. The lurgest amount being entitled
to the $100, the next largest to f50, and soon down.
Merchants rending me rags will please write that I may
know in whose name to issue the certificate. Combinations
will not he allowed.
Woolen, Linsey, Silk and Worsted rags are not wanted,
imd will not be included in the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
Ruzh throughout Middle Tenn.
Julyl-ljdtriwiw W. S. WH1TEMAN.
North of the Square,
Palmer's Patent Iieg.
This American invention stands unrivalled
mth in this couutrv und in Europe. It is worn
RJIJLf; by l.HOO persons, and with most astonishing
ir "s tuccess. In competition with CO other substi
tutes ct the best frencn, r-ngiiaa, ana uer
man manufacture, it receivedthe award of the
curat medal at the Woeld's Kunmnox is
Iaxndon, as the btt artificial limb kruncn. In
this country it hes been thirty times exhibited,
in competition with all others, at the annual
I Fairs in the principal cities, und has, in every
instance, received the award ol the highest or
f Jirtt pi tmium. And as a crowning honor, by
the unanimous approval oi an international
council, the "Firbt Premium" only Silver
Vi-aol given for Limb' was n worded thein
vcnu.r, at the late New York Crystal Palace.
Tl. Inf UGnelv ventilated allowinrr t current of air to
pass around thb biuuip, keeping it in a cvoi and htiiUhy
ctriiJUhn-
Pamphlets giving full information, tent gratis to every
applicant.
- II. FRANK PALMER A Co.
Nov. 10 6m S7o Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
J-'A.11ILY.sV0UKItY;
111 WE in store and ior hale low lor cash, the follow
ing iirticies:
Exira Family Flour, warranted the very best.
S-ucar Hrown, Crushed, Loal and Pulverired.
CoSee Java. Lsguyra and liio
Preserves, Jellies and Jams tf all kinds,
auces. Catsups, Pickles. Oysters, Spices and Fish.
Pie Fruits, Peache3, Cherries, and Strawberries.
Fresh TouiatoeJ, and all other articles strictly for family
use. Warranted the very best q'mlity.
jml'Sfi J. M. UAWKISA3S Vnionstroet.
i,ATvbFr'icK.
JM. WILKIN having been admitted to practice m
, nli the Courts of Tennessee and New York, and hav
lag uennanentlv 1 icaied in Nashville, will atiend to all
matttrs of C-llecti'n and Litigation entrusted to him.
Otiic No 7i ;herry street aovs if.
-I.I;CTU1U jui,'i..
PortablePlantation. Corn. Feed & FlonriaR mills, Maan-
fartured from the best quality of Fronch Burr.
"T"UKrt MILL .sTUNi'.. oi all siz-;s, on band and made
.t to ord.T. Mnut Mills, Mill Irons, Mill Gearinc,
Delting. Hoisting and Regulating Screws, Screen Wire,
Damsel Irons. PUMer ol Pans, Dutch Allkcr JlraitU
itolliug Cloths, (f all numSers.
All nrt'cles sold by ui? warraand to be of the best qual
Mv.orlhe monev reiunded.
'Millers. Millwrights, Farmers, and others are respect
fully invited to examine my stock uotuia p.ousiu eise
where.
All orders and communications promptly attended t.
JOHN W. URAUKOKD,
nich"-eotwAwlT Cor. liroad anil High sts. Nashville
' Thju:"vaiii".
O ANAWA 1 on the L-Oth Dtcemlior 1.1 lrom
Xt) the subnber, hviog near Nashville, umrgio
mao named SAP, 1 dark copper color, about 6
feet high, weighs about 100 uoaad-, slow spoken,
and whines a lutle through his note. He bad on
when he left a black soft wool hat, brown j Jans sack, oat
and puntsbe also had other clothing with him, cf a ner
ju&lny.
Theabovo rward will le given for his apprehension
and delivery to the Jailor at Nashville, or $50 will be giv
en if confined i n any other jail so that 1 can gtt him.
ian!iS-Im A. B. MONTGOMERY
gicifil Wari-iiEits.
w
E will rav Ciuh for Land Warranta.
1'tbS
89 CU1T7 aue:t
1
CEa-
MISCELLANEOUS
MRS. GEIITIIUDE J. CARYJS BOAUD
1NG AND DAY SCHOOL
WILL resume iU Session on Monday, Sept. 10th. Cir:
calarsm.y be obtained on application at her resi
dence, S. W. corner Pine and Fifteenth streets, Philadel
phia. Rkrece8. Rev. H. A. Boardman, D. D,Rev. Wm,
Chester, D. D, Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Rev. Henry
Darling, Rev. G. L. Piatt, Rev. J. Gordon Maxwell, Phila
delphia. Hon. Wm. L.Marcy, Secretary of State, Judge P. V.
Daniel, Supreme Court, U. S., Washington City; Rev.
Thomas II. Skinner, D. v.. Rev. Joel Parker, D. D., New
York; Rev. George Woodbridge, P. T. Daniel, Jr. Esq,
Richmond, Va,
Hon. Cave Johnson, President Bank of Tennessee, Nash
ville, Tenn, A. R. Crosier, Comptroller, Nashville, Tenn.
sept25 6m.
PREMIUM BOOT AND BH0E MAinJFACT OR V.
EBEN FULIsER,
f Successor to Hamilton & Fuller.)
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE 2IANB FACTORY,
CoriiKr Market and Spring or Church Ms.,
Nashville. Tenn.
GRATEFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
this Manufactory sicca its establishment, the Pro
prietor feels determined to merit a continuation of the same
in imure.
I have now on hand a good assortment of ready made
wcrk, consisting in part of Men s, Boys and xoutns wan,
Kip and Thick Boots and Shoes; Negro Brogans, double
sole; House Servants Shoes, Ladies and Misses Calf Mo
rocco, aad Lid Boots and Shoe, all made lrom gooa sicca
in good style and warranted.
Ordersjrom Planters, Iron Masters, Railroad and Turn
pike Companies respectfully solicited. ,
All kinds of Repairing done.
Cash mid for UiMes EUEN FULLER.
J3T Banner, Whig, Gazette and Cleveland Banner
conv. and discontinue all other advertisements, nuiw
l.finfiMfi'l'IVKK '1'flfil.S AND MACHINERY.
THE LAWRENCE MACHINE SHOP, Lawrenct, Slut
vLUke mumifnrftirpa locomotives of anv site or
guago, Stationarr Engines, Lathes, Planers; all kinds of
tools, uottcn, woollen ana raper Macninery,- Aurmuo
rarker Water wneeis; uurnsey s ratent rnnung i
&c, AC All at tides warrantea oesi matensia aou "
manshin. Information mav be obtained and orders lor.
warded on application to Mr. JAMES PLUNKET, at the
State Uoute, Aashvule, Ttnnesiee, or address
J. 11 W. PAGE. TYeuvrer.
nov.22 fimd. Olfice. 14. Kilbyst. Boston. Mass.
FOR SALE.
A FARM one mile South-east from Nashville, near the
Nnlensville tnrnnika road, containing fifty-one and
a quarter acres, first-rate land, a coralortabls dwelling
bouse, line spring, orchard, Ac.
Also A Fsrm five miles Worth t'rom Nashville, on the
White's Creek turnpike road, containing one hundred and
forty acres.. beautiful valtey land, one hundred acres clear
ed and forty acres woodland, well set with blue grass,
A lot in South Nashville, fronting one hundred and Cf
tyfeot on College street, and one hundred and forty feet
on Franklin street, having 03 it a brick dwelling house,
containing six roons, pantry, kitchen, smoko-house, ser
vants' rooms, Ac
Alito A lot near the above, fronting on Franklin street,
two hundred and seventy-six feet, on College street ninety-eight
feet, and on Market street ninety-eight feet. On
this lot 13 a well affording an 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 Nashvdle, itmay be ob
tained by spplication to Dr. John S. Young, corner of
Broad and Summer streets.
decll MORGAN VANCE.
For tlio Complete Cure of Coughs, ColJi,
Influenza, Axtlirau, Ilronchitis, NpininR
of Illood und all otber Lunff Coiu jilain t
tending tu ConMimptiou.
mills preparation Is eeltlng into use all over our country.
X The numerous letters we receive from our various a.
gents, Informing ua of cures effected In their lmmediuo
neighborhoods, m arrant ns In saying It Is one of th best, if
not tbe very best Cough Medicine now before the public.
It almost invariably relieves and not unfrequently cures
the very worst cases. When all otber Coujn preparation
have failed, this has relieved the patient, as Druggist, deal
ers In Medicines, and Physicians can letify. Asc tbe Agent
in your nearfit town, what has been his experience of tha
effects of this medlciae. If be has bran "elllnril fornuy
length oftlue be will tell you ltlsthe best medicine extant.
Below we give a lew extracts from letter ne have recelv.
ed lately regarding the virtues of this medicine.
Dr. S. Si. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., says: I have been
using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively In my prac
tice lor three years past, and, It Is with pleasure 1 stale my
belief in its superiority over all other articles with which 1
am acquainted, for which it is recommended.
Messrs. Fitrjeralddi Brennrs, writiugfrom Waynesville,
N. C, aaj: "The Liverwort and Tar is becoming dally
more popular In this country, and we think Justly so. All
it ho have tried It speak in commendable terms of it, anday
ills very beneflculiu alienating the complainU for which 11
Is recommended.
Our Agent In Pickens District, S. C, Mr S. K. JIcFall,
aures nelhat he uesltwltb great benefit in his own family
and recommends It lo his neighbors." Ho gives an instance
of a neero woman in his vicinity, who had been sufferlcs;
with disease of tbe Ludks for jean, attended with severe
cough, who was rellevod by the Liverwort and Tar.
Such are the irood reports we hear of this Medicine from
allparUoftheSoulh. For a reportof the surprising cures
ltbas performed lnlhe Wternand Northern and Eastern
Stales, we would Invite the suffering patient to read the para,
phlet which accompanies each bottle. To all we say, have
none, have hope!
Try tho. MedicineM Be warned In season!:.' And neglect
not that cough which is daily weakening your ciustltution,
Irritating jour throat and lungs, and Inviting on that dread
disease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a rem.
edy can bo obuiued as Kogers' Sjrupof Liverwort and Tor.
lie ware of Counterfeits and basa Imitations. The genuine
artiale Is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper
around each bottle.
Price, One Dollar per Ito'tle, or six Bottles for Five Dol.
lars. Sold wholesale and reiail by KCOV1L & MEAD,
111 Chartres St. bet.Conti and St. Louis, N.O., Sole Agent
for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications
lor Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by
Ewia Brothers, Berry & Demovlle. A. K. Koscoe.Thos.
Wells, and U. W . Hendershotl, .Nashville. Tenn , and by all
olherDrueRiststhrougbthe Slate. Janl2 d&l'riwly.
YALUAI.LE ICEAL RSTATE FOR SALK.
The undeisigned proposes to cell a portion of tbe
es'ate on which he resides, in the county of Maury, known
as "Hamilton place."
These lands are beauiifaliy located, well improved,
watered, and timbered, and in point of fertility, productive
ness and healthtulncsit, arc not surpassed, if equalled, by
any lands in the State ol Tennessee. There are in tbe
neighborhood Episcopal, Presbyterian and Methodist
Churches, at alto schools, rente and female, in the midst of
of as good society as is to be found in the Southern States.
TOO Acres are otl'ered lor sale, fronting on the Colum
bia Central Turnpike Road, divided into FIVE LOTS, con
taining 50, 73, 155, ISO, and 2'9 acres severally. The im
provements consist of a BEAUTIFUL GOTHIC COT
TAGE, built of brick, containing eiebt rooms, with neces
sary out-buildings; 400 acies of cleared land, under a good
fence, overseers houses, negro quarters, blacksmith and
carpenter shop, mill house, corn crib, Ac, Ac. Ac,
The lands will be sold either in a body, or in lots. If not
disposed of by the first of November, it will be offered at
public sale in lots. To a professional gentleman, merchant
or Southern planter, who desires a beautiful country resi
dence, these lands offer great attractions. His rare that
such lands are Ktl'ered tor .-ale.
Address theundorsigned at A&hwood Post Office, Maury
county, Tenn.
iSf" PUtts of the land may beseen at the store of Maves,
Orri Gantt, Columbia, and with K. Houston, Esq., Nash
ville, Tenn.
septlC-tf LBCIUS J. POLK.
k'OUNG A.IIKKICA.
AGENTS wanted in every couuty in this and adjoining
States to tell tbe ubove new and improred (,ORiN
AND CUU ill ILL. To all such, a rare chtnee to
make money will be offered. Exclusive Stats and lounty
privileges will be disjiosed of on unusually la r terms, by
application to the Proprietor.
FARJJERS AJiO STOCK RAISERS,
I offer you a Corn and Cob .Mill unsurpassed in the
Union, and which cannot be superceded by past or futuie
inventions. I: is the very Milt which every Farmer and
Stock Rair-er should hare; it will crush from 8 to 10 bush
els Corn and Cob per hour, with one horse; is easily fitted
up and managed; n eighs 340 lbs., and as all contact ot the
grinding surlacts is prevented, will last anv farmer an or
dinary lifetime. I speak thus of its durability because tbe
same principle has been fairly tested in the old Bark Mill.
Who is it that wants
A MILL ON TRIAL
for one month, and it it don't give complete satisfaction, to
return itf It there bo auy man thus disjosed,let him now
speak. Satistjcuonis warranted in every case, or the mon
ey will be reiunded. Hum Crusher can be attached to
hoie, water or steam power, which renders it the most
convenient Mill south of Mason's and Dixon's line. All
other Crushers now in the south require too much power,
or will fimii wear rut. According tj
THK LAUS OF .NATURE
b Com and Cob Mill hich admits of a lateral or wabbling
UiOlinu, will, uucoiwril) , m-o wear out; allotber Crushers
aie.uenb!e to this graud objection, and the Proprietors
dareunt dispute it. In ll" couMiucliou of "YouKU Aher
ici," I havt- diucd psmi-r, aud 1 defy contradiction; Ibave
le-!tiea 1- i-non, 1.U.1 I Uiallenge me word to the ctintra
r; I ti.v-'UC.-iiletiii n ubblim: lateral motion, and all are
couipeliH.1 u. ..cl.i:ivlr.le it; tli-reloru, 1 asett that it I
:ar superior "auj ..ii.- cti.i. 1 am now selling'tais Te I
nessee iim-m no 1.1 iIii-mi all film (l
FIFTY HOLLARS.
And anv one ni.iii.ug u j.ood thing," is earaestiy re
quested lo examine t'.-trjt uierili aud principles Ol lhi
Mill.auj older tioij u.e Tiopnetor or Agenu.
A I1U1.1I discount 1. lido if. ceaiers.
J. I'. DIUiMGOOLE,
Saelbyville, Ter.a., Oa. '5.s 80 .e Proprietor.
AGrirCTS. y
Ellis, Mox.re ACn.hl Maiket street, Nashville, Manu
lecturers and General Ageots.
Beaumont, Fail i Co., CUrtsville, Agents for Montgom
ery countv.
ib Waiktns, Pulaski, Agentfor Giles county.
Wm. ii Hunt, Salem, Agent lor Krankan coHnty, Tenn.,
and Jackson ciujty, Ala.
James 11. Vance, Casttliau Spriigs, Agent for Sumner
coautv.
J. v. Hatcher, Columbia, Agentfor Maury county.
W.M. Bell, P. M. Rome, Agent for Smith county.
J. It. Aikiu, Charleston, Agent for Bradley couuiv.
W. R. iiuuley A Bros, Loudon, Agents for East Tenues-
octlt Ivdtoriw
CUlU &ACI, CORii SAC1V5.
WE have iu Store and are regularly receiving i and
syi bushel Osnaburg Corn Sacks, to which we "n
vite the attention of shippers.
dccSJ W: tt. flOBDON & 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. Beown is alone author
ized to use the name of the firm in liquidations Ac
JOSIAH G.BROWN,
Nashville, June 6, 165S. W. B. GRUBBS.
JO. . BROWN.
TTAVING nnrehssod thft entiro interest of Mr. W. B.
il Grcbbs, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS, as
formerly, at the old stand, where be will be pleased to se-j
nu tnenos, six, &c Na4S,tJolIegestreeeu
My stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, is now very
wuipicic, uttviug reveivm ireau supplies, tcic.tc uj
one of the firm in nerson. viz : Lubin's. Basin's, and Mitch-
el's Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Wa
ter; rancy&oaps; Uair and Tooth Brushes, in every style,
I Kline's and Luhin'a Sacheu ; Aromatic Chrvstals : Chine.
Metal and Glass Puff Boxes, several new styles; Shell
(omb, large stock. Also, have on hand Indigo, Madder,
Whlto Lead. LinseJd Oil, Turpentine, Ac )ev, 00
."lSlIlM; TACKIaK. A large stock selected by
1 unj .if h. firm Mm.iin nf ronninP T-tTTlPfipt."
Hooks, plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen, Graveta
leen, and Common Limerick Hooks ; a splendid assortment
01 unes. uable bald Kilt and tca urass, tspun ana riateu
Silk; Miunow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every variety;
Reels, Joinhjd Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac, Ac,
In short, can supply those who can appreciate fine Tackle
wiiu almost every wing mey may neea ior sue bucccsmui
prosecution ot wis usetut cawing.
je9 JO. G. BROWN, 43 College st,
"OD-IjIVKR OIL. 5Gro. genuine Cod-Liver Oil,
; just received from Rush ton, UlarE & UO s, Dy
jei J 0. G. BROWN. 48 CoHege st
TJSKCI1ES. 1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and for
. .t- 1 11 i Ut?nT7V J Pnll.it. al
T-kllRH .11 A It t )N f i All KLA WIUSKY. 5 bbl;
JT of the above just received, of prime quality; sold to
us lor six years old.
je JO. G. BROWN, 45 College st
TONIi WARE. 2.500 pieces Stone Ware, consist
ing of Jars, Churns, Jugs, Milk Pans, Butter Crocks
&c. ot .every size, just receivea.
je9 JO. O. BROWN. 48 College st,
PORTER AND SCOTCH ALU. Constantly on
hand, Barclay, Perkins & Cc's celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. ,
je9 JO. G. BROWN, 48 College st
PEARIa STARCH. 25 boxes of u very superior
article of Starch, just received by
je ju. u BKOWK, 48 uoiiege sr.
II. SCOVEL,
DRUCJGIST & APOTHECARY,
North Hide ot tlie Public Square, three doors
n est of the Kosnville inn.
WHOLESALE and Retail dealer in Hugs, Medicines
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Druggists
Glass Ware. Stone Ware. Paint. Scrub. Blvckintr. Floor,
Artists, Marking, Dusting, Shaving, Jewell's, Teeth, Grain
ing, Stencil and iieartn Brnsbes.
Perfumery, Bear's Oil. Pomade, Ox Marrow, Pocket
Udkts., Extracts, Ualvamc Uuratives, Ac c.
T ATENT iUEOlClNES. A large and very gene-
1 roi assortment 01 me most popular raiemaieaiciae&
many of which are compounded in a scientific manner and
members of the Medical Faculty, possessing as much cura
tive power, and as efficacious in the eradication ol disease,
as any compound ordinarily prescribed. In proof of which
we cite tbe astonishing and increasing demand, by all
clas;e-t ot the people, tne ncn ana tne poor, tne nigu ana
the low, the bond and thefiee, the learned and the unlearn
ed, for the justly celebrated and popular Family Medicines,
among which are
IMctor Jayne's Expectorant, for Coughs, Colds and Con
sumption.
" Alterative and Blood Purifier.
" " Tonic Vermifuge and Sanative Pills.
" Aver'g Cherrv PecloraT. for Couzhs. Colds. Ac
' Williams' Balsam Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha.
" " Fever and Ague Pills.
" Wm. Hall's Balsam for the LungB.
" Rogers' Liverwort and Tar for Coughs, Colds and
Bronchitis
Br. Clark's Srrnp Wild Cherry and Tar, for Coughs,
Colds, Ac.
Cowan's Lythonlripticfor diseases of the Bladder, Kid
neys. Stone in the Bladder. Gravel, weakness of tbe Loin,
Prolapsus Utlri, Ac. Ac
Dr. Trask's Magnetic Ointment, perhaps, is unsurpassed
as an external application for wounds, bruises, sores, rheu-
maUsm, bites of poisonous insects and reptiles, uicers,chro
nic. sore eves, croun. sore throat. Ticdofereaux, neuralgia,
piles, inflammation of the bowels, and ague in the breast.
Thnnnmeruus testimonials of the curative powers of this
cheap Medicine, induces us to regard it as being among the
first Medicines of the day.
Marshall's Liniment is 0 very cheap article and posses
ses rather extraordinary powers in the cure of sweney In
horses, as well as sprains and bruises, Ac
Hurley's new Sarsaparilla is attracting the attention of
the people.
All the above mentioned popular Medicines, together with
slows: every otber, on hand and for sale by
. 11 riri(H'r.
j u!y U . V. BW t-ix
AYER'S PUIS.
ANEW and singularly successful remedy for the cure of
all Bilious diseases Costlveneas, Indigestion, Jaundice,
Dropsey, Kheumatlsm, Fevers, Gout, Humors, Nervousness,
Irritability, Inflammations, Headac Pains In the Breast,
bide, Back and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac, &e. In
deed, very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not mora or less required, and much sickness and
suffering might be prevented, If a harmless but effectual Ca
thartic were more freely used. ?io person can feel well while
a costive habit of body prevail ; besides, It soon generates
serinu and often fatal diseases, which might have been
avoided by tbetunel) and judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike true of Colds, Feterish symptoms, and Bilious
derangements : they all tend to become or produce the deep
seated and formidable divtempers which load ihe hearses all
over the land, llenco a reliaole family physic is of tbe Srst
importance to the public health, and this Pill has been per
fected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An ex
tensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profesors and Pa
tients, has ohown results surpassing any thing hitherto known
ol any medicine. Cures have been effected beyond belief,
were they not substantiated by persons of such exalted posi
tion and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among tbe many eminent gentlemen who have testified
In favor of these Pills, we may mention :
Dr. A. A. HAYKs, Analytical Chemiat of Boston, and
State Asa)er of Massachusetts, whose high professional
character,! endorsed by the
Hon. EI1WAKD KVKKKTr, Senatorof the United States.
KOKEItr C. WINTHKOP, Hx-tfpeaker or the House of
Representatives.
ABUOTr LAWRKNTE, Minister Plen.to Englsnd.
t JOHN B. FlTZl'ATltlCK, Catholic Bishop of Kotnn.
Also Dr. J. K. CHILTON", Practical Chemist of .New
York City, endorsed by
Hon. W. .. MAKCY, Secretary of State.
WM. It. ASTOK, the richest manlu America,
s. LK1.AM) & CO., Proprietors of the Metropolitan Ho
tel ; and others.
Did space permit, we could viva many hundred certifi
cates from nil parts where the Pills have been used, but
evidence even more convincing than tbe experience of emi
nent public men, Is found in their effects upon trial.
I bee Pills tbe result of long luvestleailon and tudy, are
oSered to the public as the bet and mot complete which the
present staioof medical "clence can afford. They are com
pounded not of the drujr themselves, but of the medicinal
Mrtuei only of Vegetable remedies extracted by chemical
process in a stale of purity, and combined tocether in such a
manner as to inure Ihe best results. This system of comiio
sltlon for medicines has been found In the Cherry Pectoral
and Pill both, to produce a more efficient remedy than bad
hitherto been obtained by any process. The reaon Is per
fectly obvious. While by the old mode of composition every
medicine ta burdened ith mure or less of acrimonioua and
injurious qualities, by thU each individual virtue only that is
desired forthe curative effect I present. All the inert and
obnoxious qualities of each Mibstaoce emplojed are left be
hind, the curative virtues only being retained Hence It Is
clf-eidnt the effects should prove as they have proved,
more purely remedial, and the Fills a surer, more powerful
antidote lo disease than any other met'icine known to the
world.
Ah It Is frequently expedient that my medicines should bo
taken under the counsel of an attending physician, and as he
could not properly judee of a remedy without knowing Its
composition, 1 have supplied tho accurate Formula? by wbich
both my Poctoral and Fills are made to the whole body of
practitioners in the United Stales and British American
Provinces, if, however, there should be any one who has
not received them, they v 111 be promptly forwarded by mall
to his request.
Or&lltbe Patent Medicines that are offered, how few would
be taken if their composition was kuownl Their life con
sist in their mystery. 1 havo no mysteries.
The composition of my preparations is laid open to all
men: and all who are competent tojudee on the subject
freely acknowledge their convictions of their Intrinsic merits
The I'hurry Pectoral was pronounced by scientific men to be
a wonderful medicine beloretu effects were known. Many
eminent physicians have declared the samethingof my Pills,
and even more confidently, and are willing to certify that
their anticipations were nore than realized by their effects
upon trial.
They operato by their powerful Influence on the interna
viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it Into healthy ac
tionremove tbe obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver,
and other organs of the body, restoring their Irregular action
to health, and b) correcting, wherever they exist, such de
rangements as are the flrl origin of disease.
FKEl'AKED HY
James O. Ayer. .
rRACTICAlAAV ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
I.OWKI.L, MASS.
Prlco 25 Cents per Uox. Five Boxes, for 61.
Sold at Wholesale ly DEKRY & Drt . vl I O V 1LLK j
At Retail by BROWN & GRUBBS.
JO Also, by my Agents in almost every town In the State.
jaii2 '5H 4m ,
Jas. A, M'Clwre,
(SUCCESSORS TO McCLURE At MARTIN,)
Wholesale and Itetall Deulcr lu musical
mcrcuaudizc, Generally.
iVO.33. UNION STREET.
KEEPS constantly supplied with Piano(
Fortes, Sheet-Music, Violin and Guitar 1
strinrc Hrrtso Inatrnmpntii: and in fact every!
mine in nis line usually aepi in nccuu" m tumuj,
all of which will be sold unusually low for CASH or short
time. J. A.M'CLURE.
Nashville. Noy. 18, t '
JAS. B. CRAIGHEAB,
DEALER IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
No 29. Public Square, Nashville.
TO enable ne to sell goods at low prices, from this date
all accounts for sundries purchased on credit shall be
considered due when the articles are delivered and pay
ments will btexpectadwbea the accounts art preset, teL
jaall d&tely.
Z-jm
SUNDRIES.
FIRST PREMIUM SEWING MAC1IINES'
Nashville Sewing Machine Company.
ios. 1 and 72
EAST SIUK OF THE PURLIC SQUARE.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
THESE Machines are now very justly considered to be tbe
best in use. having the advautazo of all others in the
simplicity of tbelr construction, the speed and beauty of their
work, and the great strength of their seam. Unlike any
others In use, they form a seam with two continuous threads
from ordinary spools of cotton, silk or linen makinga knot
t every stitcn waicn prevents tne wort irotn ripping umier
ny circumstances whatever.
The first and bhrhestDremiums have been awarded to these
Machines at all the leading Fairs througbcut this country
andEnroDe.andtbeinventornow reiolcea in the more sub
stantial reward of tho largest patronage ever bestowed npon
any Sewing Machine in Europe or America.
They are of the highest finish, and of every variety of size
and style, and adapted to all tbe wants of the Waning coin
mnnlty. They are all secure ! exclusively to the proprietors by let
tors patent, ltnd are free from all lejral controversy. Great
pains has been taken to adapt thesa Muchlbes to Plantation
sewing, and tbey.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 mannfactureof heavy
or llrht bazs. for Corn or Wheat, no machinery has ever
beep invented to surpans them any person after one hours
practice can make from 400 loTUU corn sacks per day en one
machine. These machines are also equally well adapted to
the manufacture of all kinds of clothing, coare or fine, as
well as general sewinc, quilting, stitching, Ac. These ma
chines are to arranged a timafeetlie stitch any length de
sired, and to sew with ease auy aud every seam In any gar
ment, and the durability, regularity aud beauty of ffnisli,
cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by tho most
skillful bands.
We shall at all times keep on hand a ull assortment of
Iheso machines, and most respectfully Invite the public gen
erallv to call and see them in use, and eive them a careful
examination and be satisfied that the half has not yet beu
told. lei If
JOY" TO THE WOltLll!
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE RRMEDY1
Hurley's Sarsaparilla.
OF all Hie remedies thit have been discovered during tan
DresenVaze for the "thousand Ills that flesh Is heir t ."
none equal tbla wonderful preparation. Only three years
have elapsed since the discoverer ( who spent a decade In
studying, experimentation e and perfecting It) fl r-t introduc
ed ii lo Uie public, and ills already rtcogulzed by the dim
eminent physicians Inallpirts of tbe country to 13 the must
surprising andcfTrrtive remedy fur certain ilUtae4Qf which
they hau knowledge.
All otber compounds or syrups of the root have hitherto
failed to command the sanction of tho faculty, b-causa, on
bulng tested, they have been found to contain noxious ingre.
dient. which neutralize the cood erTecls of the sarsaparilla.
and oftentimes Injure the health of tbe patient. It Is not so
wun iiuriej j preparation.
This is the puie and genuine extract nf the root; and will, on
trial, be found lo effect a certain and nerfecicureoftbefol-
lowingcompiaints ana diseases
Affection of the Bone,
Habitual. CoitiveneA,
Indigestion,
Llvercomplalnt,
Pilen,
Pulmonary Diseases,
Bcrofula.or Klot's Kvll,
Syphlli.
jieDiiuy,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
Dyspepsia
Erysipelas,
Pemale Irregularities, .
Fistula,
Aud all Disraseaof the Skin.
Besides curing tha above, it la also known to be a ziea
and powerful tonic, purifying the blood and Invigorating- tha
system.
In short, it Is withoat exception, In the cases mentioned
and its general effect on the system, ihe most efficacious, as
It la most desirable, remedy of the age. It is already exten
sively used throughout the country, and Is fast obtaining an
Europera reputation. The instances of c res it bat effected
are dally coming to the proprietor's knowledge, and he has
nobesitatlonln recommending it to one and all who'deslro to
procure relief from suhdring. One bottle baing tried,tia ef
fect will be too apparent to admit of farther doubt.
Recollect Hurler's Sarsaparilia Is the only eenulae article
In the market.
jrp Price one dollar per bottle, or sit for Are dollars.
For sale at the maaufaclory, corner of Seventh and Green
streets, Louisville, Ky. Als , wholesale and retail byli.G.
SCOVIL, and byalealera in Medicine throughout tha United
States, Canada and Mexico. JanU d&wly
E0CI0K HOOfu&ND'h
OELE1IRATEX)
(iER .11 A .V BIT T HS,
PREFABED EI
DS. C. M. JACK30N, PHILADELPHIA, PA.,
will trrsCTOALLr cues
LIVES COMPLAINT.' DYSPEPSIA. JAUNDICE.
Chronic or Aervoui Vebitity, JJutntu of tKt Kul;ty, and
all awfaiu aruiny from a Vonkitd
Lrzer or JSiomach:
Such
as Constipa
tion, Inward Piles,
Fullness, or Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
N auea, Heartburn, D isgust for Food,
Pullnes3 or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking, or Fluttering at the Pit
of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried
and Difficult breathing, Flutterineat the Heart. Choak.
IngorSull'ocating Sensations wnen in a lying posture, Dim
and Dull Pain in the Head, DeSciency of Perspi
ration, Yellowness of the Skin and Ercs,
Pain in the Side, Hack, Chest, I.'tnbi,
c, tc. Sudden clash a-s of
Ueat,Hurningin the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings
ot Evil, and great
depression of
Spirits.
The oronnetor. in calliar the attention tf the ..nhlir tt.
this preparation, does ro with a feeling of the utmost coo-
ndence in iw virtues ana aaaptation to ton diseases tor
which it is recommended.
It is no new and untried article, but one that has &tood
the test of a ten years trial before the American neoDle.
and its reputation and sale is unrivaled by any simitar pre
parations extant. The testimony in its taTor given by the
most prominent nsd well known Physician und individ
uals, in all parts of the country, is immease. The follow
ing lrom your own state is respectlully submitted rrler
ine any one who may still doubt, to my ilf murabtlia.
er Practical Kectipt Hook, for Farmers and F.rniHes to
bo cad gratis ot all the agents ior theUerrnnn Hitters.
Principal umce ana Jlaniilactory, 120 A rcb St., I'fcilatM
pUia, Pa.
itoiraiuist t-itu.u ioftisnr.ri.
Dr. 11. H. ScsBJiORocon, Dover. Tennessee, August SS.
1858, says: " I have sold all tho l.etm-m Kittera you have
sent me; and if the preparation continues to do as much
good as it futs Som, it viU fA t K rt"Jieint ettr ti'd
Aerc."J
L. S.VODGBA4S, Sparta, Tennessee. Ausmt 20. 1 -53. sava:
1 am pleased to btata that your German Hit ten- has (riven
satisfaction in every instance where it has been ned."
11. T. Uollins, iiilUborougb,Tennes.-.ea, AngdstJ20,1853,
says : "lam pleased to state thai the Herman Hitters baa
given general satisfaction."
ut. v.i avio tv. tsaa, ruioiviiie. Tennessee. :un Annl.
1851. said: "Your Bitters are now selling very fast: and
every person that has used it, so Mr us we have been able
to learn, nas been oenenieo.
J. W. ruA-NKUs & Co., Gallatin. Tennauee. December
30, 1SS0, said: "The ne hnn will want inorentyonr Hit
ters soon, as one cf the partners thinks It is a invat medi
cine.
K.S Hardt, Ilohvar, Tennestee, iienlemrxr 15, 1S52,
said: "Thereisgrcatdemacdforjourllitlershere; pleanc
send another lot soon."
rgj They are tiUirelu VtattaUt. Iree from all injurious
ingredients, alwaystreagtheulliesstem,andnever pros
trate it.
J3T" to!d by dealers in Medicine anil Storefceei-ers ev-
rywhere.
TjfT tsoia in nasDviiie by uerry a Lieihoville. Brown &
Grubbs.Ewin Urolhers, II, G. Scov"el, and dialers in nied
cine generally. imchlO'Sf dAwly
JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PLASTER
HK GrMat Ilnmeilv inr Uhniitnftil.iit. flmiL Pnln In tha
X Side. HID. Hack. Limbs and Joints: Srro'lula. Kluir'i
Kvll, White Swelling, Hard Tumor. MIS Joints, and all is.
i pains whatever.
vi nerem is riaster u applied palncanno exist.
It has been beneficial In rases of weakness, such a Pain
and Weaknessln the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lamenr-,Af.
fectinn of tho Lunzs In their primary stage. It destroys in.
amauon uj pvrspirauon.
JameaLBuyd. Picaeua district, South Carolina, testizea
that, by its ujealooe he was cored of Kheumali.M in both
of his knees, of several yearsstandlng.
Tho followine was handed u by a respectable Phvician
in Georgia:
-Messrs. Kcovil & Mead- Gents: I have been uslne- vnnr
Liverwort and Tar Hebrew 1'laster ver; extensively in my
practice for three years past, and It la with plea.nre thatl
state my belief in their superiority, over all other articles,
with which I am acquainted, for the puroo.es tor which thev
are recommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially. Is an
universal penaeca for local pains. 1 have also lound It a mos
excellent application for Sprains and Cruises. It gives uni
versal satisfaction wherever used. 88 OS I. IN', M I).
Knoxville, Ga., March 4lh, i8S3.
CT Beware of uounterleltsaml ban Iniitatiuii
'Ihe genuine will in future have the i?r,nif. nf K.Tuv.
lor on the steel plate engraved on th uuvluu tiioiupuf each
box.
Purchasera are advldsed that a mean counterfeit of this ar-
tlcl is in existence.
The genuine Is sold bvu-i. and bv our agents aooolnted
through the Soutn, and no pedlar Is allowed to sell It. Heal
ers and Purchasers generally are cautioned against buying of
any but our regular agents, otherwise the will be Imposed up
on by a worthless article. SCOVlL & MUAD.
Ill Ubartres alreel, Auw Orleans, hole General Agent ior
theSoulhern States, to whom all orders must Invariably be
addressed.
Sold also by Kwln Brothers, Berry it uemovuie, a k
Roscoe Thomas Wells and G W llendershott, Aashville,
Tenn., and by all other Druggisu through the State.
Jania-lyd&triw.
FARE REDDCiD TO $7 tfHOM KAbilVILUi TO
JACKSON, TKN.
-TTIA Tenn'esse tnd Alabama Railroad, Columbia and
V Waynssboro. For seats apply at the General Stage
OlOct. Leaves NashviUe Sundays,
Wedcegdsys and Fn-
days, at a. .
dteS3-tL
.-lUfe -sHWHH'W Wl. . . u .W..---.. a. .! 1 "IW 1 'mVitmcmM f
-a fina y.m uitiua,- Kanrer, - . ' is this
NEW YORK, ltREJIEN A; SOUTHAMPTON
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS.
THK ships comprising this Uneare WASH
iwrrnv . . ii -..., .,.1 , - itKl!.
MA.N'N, Capt. Kdwtr I Hiplns. Tne.-w stea- 2
men stop at Southampton, both going aud rrtnplng.
raorosxn uatas uj saii.i lelfi.
From Souih-
Frorn
From
UreTn-n.
r. iiurd.it.
Feb. ii
Mar "ii
April 13
May 17
ampton f..t
WedndaV
r.Uurd.iy.
HEKHAN'N Jan. 20
WASIilAQT05...Peb SO
HERMANN Mar S-J
WASHINGTON.. .April 19
HERMANN May 17
WASHINGTON. .June It
HERMANN July 11
WASHINGTON. Vug i
HERMANN Kept C
WASHINGTON. ..Oct 4
HERM-NN Nov 1
WASHINGTON. ..Nov 9
Feb.
27
Mar
April
.May
June
July
Aug
Sept
Oct
Sow
Dee
23
til
Jane
11
1
1C
July
I
Aug
Fepl
Oct
9
6
1
13
19
a
a
3
31
Nov
Nov
2U
Dec
27
Dec
EiODDincat8oathampton,buth golntr and retnrninr. they
offer passengers proceeding to London and Havre, advantages
over any other rouiefor the econoru. of lime and munev.
Passage from New York to Southampton and Bremen, Pint
Cabin Saloon, 13d dollars; First Cab.u, tower Salooo, 11C
dollars; Second do. 130 dollars.
All letltrsaud newipapers mut a; ihrosgb tho Pot Of
fice. NoblllsofladlngwlUbesliiUfldiirparceUrecelfrd on the
day of Bailing,
An experienced Surgeon l. attached to each sliip.
For freight or passage apply lo
C. H. SAM), II Soum William trfet, New Vr.rt.
C. A. HEINEKEN & CO., Ilreinen,
CROSKEV & CO., Southampton.
WM. 1SEUN, Havre. . jai.4t-l
FOR -
nilLlDKLl'HIA, aMEW YORK,
JiC.,VC, AC.
SAVANNAH ic CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LINES
1 he well knowu nrjl clu-v Meanjhipt
Heystonc State,
CAITALV R. lURIHl.
State of Gccrgiia,
CAPrAINJ. J. tiAKVSN,
Will hcrealter form u Weekly Linn m I'htlad-lphia. catling
evary Saturday, alterositely, Irooi Savannah and t'lutiles
ton, as follows":
Ihe Keystone ?tae ul'lssi' f i-m Saanoah Ihe billow
ing Saturdays- Jivnurv awn, i'ebiiii'v id nml lt.th.
March 1st, Kith and i-.Ji. Leaving Pliikidelj.li-.a thj -I-lernateSatsrdays
The State of 'Georgia will til from 'harlenim the fol
lowing Saturdays January Srtth, relr rv '.'U nd 2 ii,
March Sth and 'Hi. Irving fuiladelphia the tliernate
Saturday.
In btrcDcth, speed anil aerraicKtlatliii!', ihi-ie hhipa are
fully equal lo any running un the lonst InUnd naviga
tion, Iuj miles ou Delaware Kiteramt Ua);twu night ut
sea. Cabin Passage, with Stale i.M'm accommodations
and the best cf fare, tVt from either i-irt. Suerage, ti.
Agents at Ptiihtdelphia, HtKON & MAKTLH.
Agent at Savannah, C. A. Gltr.tNKR.
junVi'l 5m
NASHVILLE BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
No 17 South Front Street,
JfASliVILXE, Tenn.
AB. COOK, practical Hell and Brass Founder, succes
. sor to Weller h Cook, is prepared to manufacture
to or er. Hells for Churches, Steamboats and Plantations.
Also, Steam Wnistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Gauge,
Fountain and Stop i Cocks, Hose and Salt Well Joints, Gun
Mounting, Anti-Friction Metal.
All work made by me with neatness and dispatch, of the
best material, at low prices, and warranted. janlS ly
CA11IN PASSaVGE FROM CHARLESTON
TO W YORK,
TWENTY - FIVE DOLLARS,
United States Mail JLine
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM
SHIPS.
Through iu 48 to 53 Honrs.
SEUI-WEEKLT.
Nashville, 1500 tons. M. Berry Commander.
Marion, 1500 tons, W. J. Foster, Commander.
Jat. Arlgcr, 1500 tons, S. C.Turner.Commander.
Soatherner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Commander.
U-Ai es Adgera waarvus. every V ednes-
Am. A O... 1 .1. - - -
aj .uuuAiuiuajr aiirr je arrival oi ice
ears from the South and Wsl. "at huih
water."
Thesu Steamships were all built expressly Or this
Line and for safety, speed and comfort are unrivalled on
the Coast.
Tables supplied with every luxury. Attentive and cour
teous Commanders, will insure Travellers by this Line
every possible comfort and accommodation.
Cabin passage, $25.
Steerage passage, 3.
Forfreightor passage, having elegant State Room Ac
commodations, applv to
HENRY M1SSROOM,
Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf,
febl3'56-U Charleston, S. a
KANNY'S CELEBRATED COMBINED REAPEER AND
MOWER, WTIH WOODS' IMPROVEMENT.
FIRST GRAND SILVER MEDAL
For tbe b?st Reaper and Mower at the Paris World's
Fair Exhibition, 1555, awarded to John H
-Macny, and the Machine
Purchased by Prince N'upoleon t
I HAVE on hand and for sale tne above Machines, They
received the premiums at the State Fairs in New York,
New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut,
Kentucky, ond at Gallatin and Nashville in this State, and
havegivenuniversalsatisfaction throughout Middle Tenn.
where some hfteeo of them have been used in the last two
years. Price 150 delivered in Nashville.
janl2 tf It. r CHEATHAM.
ANDEBW J. SMITH,
NO. 45 BROADWAY,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
dkalbr is
TENNESSER IRON, CASTINGS, NAILS, STEEL,
WAGON AXLES, ELIPTIC SPRINGS,
And allotber articles in his liueof business, which he of
lers at Wholeile or Retail, low for Caih, at the abov
stand. frbi ly
IP ALL A P E R STORE,
No. as Public Square, Yes Side,
CORXEU DEADEU1CK &TKFKT.
A1
LL the newest patterns and
latest strles. for Parlim. Il ulU
Chambers and Dining Rooms, cheap
unglazed, creat variety. i
aIImi. innow paper, testers. rireT)creeiis,st. Teims
Cash, for all pmall bills, aad rn time only to prompt cus-
tomcrs.
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W.
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SCURLOCKA-CAMPIlELL.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Jackson, Tenncatec.
CI Flit TO
RCMcNairy A Co-
John Kirkman,Kq.,
James Woods, t u ,
Maj Alex Allison,
f i C Torbett, Esq.
Allison, Anderson i Co ,
Wm H Shapard A Co.,
Lisdsley A Crockett,
'ehl lmdAw
NOTICE.
THE partnership heretofore eiisting between FELlf A
UASLAM is ibis day, by mutual consent, diwolred,
and Samuel llaslain hereby assumes tbe payment of all
debts against said partnership concern, and in to finish all
contracts and collect and hste all debts due tbe said firm
of Uaslam A Fells. SAMUEL HASLAM,
J W FELTS.
N. B. SamnelUaslamwill continue the business at the
Walnut Grove Steam Stone Saw Works, and solicits a
share of patrooage. n feblf jr
lill Should Try It.
DR. J. HOSTETTER'S
CELERRATEO STOJIACU HITTERS.
ARE YOU DYSPEPTIC ?
1 hen take these celebrated Bitters.
ARE YOU BILLIODSf
Try cne bottle of these Bitters and be relieved at once.
ARE YOU ANNOYED BY INDIGESTION r
Remove the cause by the free use of these Bitters.
The celebrity that this excelled preparation has gained
in the last few years is beyond belief. The best Physicians
in the United States endorse it and recommend it to their
patients in all cases of Dyspesta, Indigestion, and Loss of
Appetite. It is used by nearly every family in the Union,
and none should be without It,
For sale by U. G. SCOVEL,
G. W. HENDERSHOT,
BERRY A DEMOV1LLE,
JO. G. BKOWN,
UARBERT A R0SCCE,
A. O. CARTER,
And by Druggist') and Hotels generally.
N. B. See directions on Bottle. septlfi d& wly.
BLANKETS! BLANKETS!! JJ LANittlTsIJI
rglWENTY cases Bed Blankets: 2 cases Steam Boat
J. BlaaksU: 5 bales Mickimw Blankets. For sa; law
to clow j3s39 A J DUNCAN ft CO.
niMtutAila LiLMinr
;ifivpyiiwo weexsXaaaTKhdbHl jcents perVeekJ1
I feblS-dlwAvr8t
nffl. i ' "
DRUGS.
1
f1fi
PACKAflES frtth ani Gtnn4 MEDICINES,
X LU CHEMICALS, PAINTS. 4c., 4c Received and
to be old at the lowest prices by T. WELLS,
Atlh MAV AXil MI1KTAR ni, M..V.t m..t n.ln
j gmvt.XnshviI!o. ' iune24
O UKGJCAL, DENTAL, SDKVETIXG, Miswitkbt and
j-ocirintruinenit avoricu just receivea ny
iuneit T. WELLS.
PERFU2IERV. 59 dot. CAcnej urU ahsr fat
Toiltttt II aurt.a$sorUd
BOHEMIAN GUILT TOILETTE BOTTLES, assorted.
COSMETICS A fine assortment.
HAIR TO.MCS, Hair Itjes, Gloss Powder, puffs ad
boxes nssotted.
CURLING FLUIDS, Pomatums, OILS, PMUozut,
Harrow. fc.
TOimTTL' and Shaving Soaps, 100 dot.
ODOXT1NE TOOTH PASTE and STRAWBERRY
TOOTH WASIL
ilautring Extract, a full aisorimenL Received and
offered cheap bv T. WELLS
COl) XlViiROir.. Roshtoh's, Qcnrnrt Moethia,
J Uyd. Potass.. lontxi. NITRATE SILVER, Select
pnwderaof Ipecac, Opium, Colocy nth. Rhubarb, Scamony,
Mayapple, Golden Seal. AH offcied low by
juneil T. WELLS.
QARn Vl'ARHVLA EXTRACTS. 43 Dozen
ij HULj.'S, fhtiznti'i, TowMsucn's, Oirjunltr', Srakiq
trm'j ttiih' l-cuot SarKaparilla.
T liA.MV.iiS. AVINIiJj. AC 47 Bbls. and half
13 vpaac Olmi, lrum-ty, SigiutU, and Ciam- J
A ROaiATIC NCJJIKIAJI SCHNAPPS-A
J.. popuisA rentedy for diseases of tbe Kidneys
nOKTEH-London in pint and quart bottles.
A.
Keoeivtd by
T. WELLS.
TTtLECTRIC Machines, l!tdiei4 ChuU, Medical
XU caddie Uags, Hum Jiyt, Trusses, snontaer Kraces,
ttrrv A'tii'iMt..u t-iiyporttrs.
Hyilniulic Cenie at and Plaster of Paris ol su
penorcuality.
YA If.MsIIICS Fumiture, Coach, Demtx,Brcnt and
ISUxcb Japan, Iron, leather, Instrument and Picture
Varnishes.
G1 OLD LEAF, Gold foS,SUKr Leaf, Ktd, 1'tiUno
X and YliUt ISrovs't.
BRUSHES 73 dcien Hair, Tooth, Nail. Hat, Cloth,
Paint, HiiKting, Sweeping, Scrubbing, Poona, Stencil,
II . . ."I. ... V tjl - i rr : I 1 1 1
ii.nT. wiiiu.ciuue,mupi;iu iuau i araiau oruaues.
LEECHES. kreah supplies. Received by
iune2l T.WELLS.
A RTIST'S COLOILS. 95 doaen Iresh asaorted
XX. Colors iu isllexible tubes, well assorted.
PICES: 15O0 LUS. Pepper. 875 lbs Pimento:
O Cloves, Cinnamon, Mace, Ginger; Ground Spices;
Veimicclla; SpuiklmAC Gclletine; Bitter Almonds; Pre
serreil Ginger.
r)IPf'?;, Marbles, Gun Hints, Percussion Caps, Gun
I vtadrtinz.
AOLOH t'andy tw dnxen Howe's Cough Candy
I J and New hiiL'Uod CouihSvrup.
ril-STARUS il ar.ibri, ZwiiriS', Islington and
ill Cincinnati. Received and for sale by T. WELLS.
I INE PEN AMI POCKET KNiVES. Ass'd.
V POUT MON A IES, every Shane.
PISTOLS. .SWORD AND WALKING CANES. Well
assorted
ijWJAKS ANI TOn.VCCOS 3,0W Oiiadoru,
O .W.vo. Birr i , Ixwuivo, Jenny 1am 2gan;
i boxes Jjji (Jven and Fine Cut Chewing and Dutcher
-iniokinj Tobacj. iors-Jeiow by a. i-.lljs.
ILACKINt! 4Q prosslresh Pasta Btacking.
" KTAKCH. Z5 boxes. Star Canolks. 45 boxen.
ALCOHOL, Vinegars )YMiyt, GINS,, Hums, 85 bbls.
LINSEED OIL and SITS. TUKl't,.MLMC
PUKE WUITELKADin 25. SO aad 100 Ib kezs. .
7.1MC WHITE PAlNT,if AtencA,25a)i50,Iy.
hjceired and tor sale ata small advance by
uae21 f . WELLS.
IIEL.'MROLD'a UENU1NE PREPARATION.
HLLMBOLU'S HIGLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
For diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, Secret Diseases,
Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases ot tbe bexual
Organs, k bother in Male or Female, from vthatever cause
thiv may have originated, and no matter of how long
standing.
TF you have contracted the terrible disease which, when
. once seatedan the system, will sorely go down from
one generation to another, undermining the constitution
and ianmotr the very vital fluids of life, do-nut truit your
self in the hands of Quacks, who start up every day in a
city like this, and till the papers with glaring faLseh-vds,
toa well calculated to deceive the young, and those not ac
quainted wim tneir tnexs. ton cannot be too carelul in
the selection of a remedy in these ca3s.
The Fluid Extract Buchu has been pronounced by emi
nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a
medicine perfectly pleasant in iu taste, and very innocent
in its action, and yet so thorough that it annihilates every
particle of the rank and poisoneus vims of this dreadful
disease; and, unlike other remedies, does not dry up the
disease in the blood.
Constitutional Debility, brought on br self-abuse, a moit
terrible disease, which nas brought thousands of the hu
man raci to untimely graves, tbus blasting tee brilliant
hopes of parents, and blighting in the bud the glorious
ambition of many a noble youth, can be cured by this
Infallible Remedy. And u a medicine which must bene
fit everybody, from the simply delicate to the confined and
despairing invalid, no equal is to be louna acting ooin as a
jure anu preventive.
HELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT S AE3AP ARTT.T. A .
For Purifying tbe Blood, removing all diseases arising
lrom excess ot .Mercury, exposure ana imprudence in
lile, chronic constitutional disease, arising from an im
pure state of tbe Blood, and the only reliable and effec
tual known remedy forthe cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Scald head. Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs. Pains
and Spellings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Face,
and all Scaly Eruptions of tba Skins.
THIS article is now proscribed by some of the most
distinguished phys.cian3 in the country, and has
proved more efficient m practice than any preparation of
Sarsaparila yet offered to the public. Several cases of
secondary Syphilis, ilercurial and Scrofulous diseases
have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our Pub
lic Institutions wbich had for many yeare resisted every
mode of treatment that could be devised. These cases
furnish striking examples of the salutary (fleets ot this
medicine in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases,
after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already
affected.
Notice. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro
fessors of several Medial Colleges, and eertiSeates of cures
from patients will be fonnd accompanying both Prepara
tions. Piucjs, Fluid Extract of Buchu, tl per bottle or 6 do for ti
" " " o: Sarsaparilla,
equal in strength to cne gallon of Syrup of SarsapariLa
Prepared and cold by U. T,HELM110LD. Chemist. 28
Chestnut Street, near the Girard House, Philadelphia.
To be had of and of Druggists
and Dealersevervwhere.
All letters directed to the Proprietor or Agent receives
immedutc attention. junel ly
T. WELLS, Agent, Market st, Nashville
1L (1. SCOVEL, No.52 North Side Pnblic Square.
N ASU V1L LE, TENN lr-S F Ii.
Chartered by tho General Assembly of the State.
THK aly.ve Institution is permanently !iated. and
nt surpassed by any similar establubaieut in the
United States, in point of lacilltie for imparticif a thorough
practical knowledge of the ditties of the Accountant.
lioOK-iwtfjnii:;.
This Department is under tho immediate anperv.sioo ot
the President of the College, who is -practical Ixxik-keeper,
having had many years' experience in sonw cf the' i rgst
coiintiog-bniuesln tbe ITnum.
- .-. . -
sjoinnierciiii a.
This Branch is under fti superintendence 4 Jobm A.
McEwcs, Esq., Metnl-er of tho NKhvilIe liar, wbo is too
widely known as a. lawyer and orator to require any further
notice at our bands.
Tba Coursor.f Instruction embraceifooin ueaamg ana
Lectures. ...
Lectures will be delivered at night, 83 as not to interfere
with his professional engagements.
fcir Wm Fkbael. A il. Under this head i3 embraced every
species of calculations necessary for a book-keeper or busi
n.n.s man to understand viz , Interest, Discount, Los and
Gain, Equation, Exchange, Ac. Ac.
Terms ot'Tuition.
Bo-'k-Keepine.by Doobleand Single Entry, as applied
to every vunery ni nnsiness, ooin. prosperoua s-ia
lalrerre, (ommt:rcial Calculations, and Commercial
Law Lectures, incl'idinz the use of books. .... 40 00
Penmanship For twenty lessons, JS 0
tor lessons witnout limit, f 10 Oil
fST'Tbe above fees ere payable, invariably, in advance
The Importance oi this rule must appenrobvious; as students
enter for an unlimited period, with the privilege of review-
i ... . : j - i r -. I . . . . -
iiip umuy time uunoguie. wiiuuui CAintcuarger
This School is in perpetual session, having no vacation :
benco students may enter at any time and pursue their
studies without interruption.
Merchants and business men will be sunnlied with com
petent book keepers by applying at this establishment.
Good board and lodging can be obtained for (3 per week.
No student will be taken for less than a full course, ia
whatever branches he pursues.
Time required for a full course from six to ten weeks.
J3y Address Southern Commercial College, Nashville,
Tenn.' opvn-mwawiy
Will. W KflOJX,
AM)
KEY FITTER.
Corner of Broad and Cherry streets. Nashville, Tenn.
JanS'5 tf . .-
TJXTRA FA JULY FLOUR. Wear, jnstm re-
XU eclpt of 100 bags aco ooa
JtnlS
BUBGE & ALLEN.
jfi"Wnftiq,'Bllsnm0f DT addreeftd me at makliaV LJ11 -ISit
I ftW-81- ROBERT P. RICHADS0N
EAILROADS, &C.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL
ROAD. CHANGE OP SCHEDULE.
05 and after Mod lay the Htb. insL,tba Pueesger Tralu
will be run to and from Chaltanoog-j at follows :
Daily Train leaves 5ubvllle, at TJO, A. JL, arriving t
Cbatlanoocaat 430, T. M.
RETURNING,
Dally Train, leives Chattanooga, at 8, A. M., arrlriajal
NAJbvilla at 40, P. M.
El. A. A.llliJUU1,
Xathvllle, Feb-19,1856. Saperlntendenv.
SUPPLEJIENT TO FREIGHT TARIFF.
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, I
N. 4 C. Railroad, Oct. 10, 1855. f
ON and after Ssturaday. 20th inst. Grain and Floor
over the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will ba
charged at rates as below
ITATlOS TO CHATTAJIOOO X. I VHCAT COaX. OATS. rU)C.
per bo. per ba. per bu. per bbL
From -Niahvltle, Lavergnel
uu nmjroa,. ...... ....i
From Marfreesboro, Chrij-
lOcts. Sets Cets cl-
9 " 8 8 0
g u 7 5 35 .
7 u C " 5 u 39
S 5 4 25
3 i 4 3 33 ,
10 . 9 - G " 45
8 " 40
3 5 23
7 " 5 33 .
6" 3" 4" 23!
5 " 4 " 3 " 30
tiana ana roslervllle,..,
From Bellbackle. War-
traco, Sbelbyvine and
Normandy......
From Tollahoma, EjUll'i
Spring, Decherd and
Cowan,
From Tanlalon, Andereoo
andStevenson,.
From Bridgeport, Shell.:
meund and Whiteside,.
STATION TO MAAnVtl LL
From.Cha'tano' s, Shell-I
moandand v r tilde,..
From Drdgepori teven-
son, Anderson a Taa-
talon
From Coan, Deche. s
till' Spring's and "tu.
noma.......
From Normandy ,Wrtraci
Shtlbjvllla ud Bel.
buckle,
From Fuatervlille. Chrli-
tlana and Murfreeibom.J
From Florecce,Syrnajidj
lour at the above rates to be shipped in Iota oT sotS:
ty-five birrela and upward at ona time, when la less
quantities, five cents per barrel to be added. Flour in
sacks will bo transported on same terms, S00 lbs to ba
rated and charged as one barreL ILL ANDERSON.
octl3.-tf.
Superintendent
NA3HVTLK AND CHATTANOOGA BAILEOAdT
t3r NOTICE Ttl KHIPhkum
U.NTIL tbeTennesseo River Bridge u rebuUt! M,
Produce and Merchandise will be tran-JEK
shipped across the river on Steamboats and Birr ' mr
ges and be subjected to two draysges. Shippers are noti
ned that all goals sent to the LSepts In jina
cient lortoe entire proteeUon or the contents, SiU bare
jected. Grain will not be received except inheavy cmI
our gs or gunnv bags. The Ught thin sa&i will be remaS
tn at trui otU ncMr. as the labor and toe neces
sary to repainhe same wiU greatly retard the transhipping
and cannot be performed. The Agents of the Read are
specially instructed not to receive grain at their reTpVctira
nations unless, the sacks are plainly and distinctly marked
andaccompanied by an order of shipment
We cannot permit the Depots to be used ct Stones
Houses lor Grain or Produce, when the fame is to be held
until it suits tha convenience of tbe owner or shipper to
order ltrcrwara. Wheat to Chattanooga will be eharjred
nine cents and Corn e-ght cent per bushel from Tuilaho
ma and all stations west ot Tennessee River and from
Nashville and all stations west of Tnllahoma, Wheat will
be charged ten cents and Com nine cents par busheL
., cJlrEei1 of" dollar per barrel from Nash
ville to Chattanooga. All articles at ireight designated in
our Tanlf as ; Ut, 2d, 8d and 4th das wUI be carried at
present Tariff rates. IL 1. ANDERSON.
REDUCTION ON LUMBER !o?NAllIVaLT,L
From Bridgeport, to Tantaloa Inclusive, Lumber a re
duced ta per Car load, from present rates, i rom Cowane
tolNormandy inclusive. Lumber is reduced SI per Car
toad lrom former rates. declS H I A.
RAILKOAIt MITIl'l.'
COTTON destined for Charleston will, on and after this
date, be charged 1425 per bale of6001bs.orlee, and
83 cents per 100 lbs. for excess of over SCO lbs.
saptia H. L ANDERSON. Sud'l. N. . C. K r
ata.wa AVAaxj.viL.i.js TO NEW ORLEANS.
THROUGH IN FOUR DATS. lJl'
TTI1 FARE, THIR1T DOLLARS.
IA ChatUnooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Moa-
V gomery by ltailroad. TickeU to be had at the De
pot. Pnce$I6 50.
From Montgomery to Mobile, by a double dally line,
(morning and evening) of Stages aad Steemboatj, connect
ing with tbe steamers from theneo to New Orleans.
X.- T At a. ba. ., t ii . . . .
au a. aVJ uitaija. Gen'l Snp't N. k C. R. R.
TiiANIEEAND vlarama railroad
ON and after Wednesday, December 12th, 1,53, Trtir
will run as tollows: '
G0I su si UTH.
Leaves Nashville at (bin a w
l-hompson'susao. A..,aad4.45. '
GOING NORTH.
Leaves Thomoson's at &s a. u uniJ - t
Nashville 1055. u.. and 6.80. r.u. ' '
Sunday Train leaves Thompson's at 0 a. m
The Stasreaof Carter. ThomosAHouh .,r,'-
Trains at Thompson's. "" u"
Throuzh Tickets to Memnhix. V.,..,)., tl
Tnscumbia, Florence, Colnmbis, and Pulaski. caV be pro
cured at the. General Stage Office under the Verandah Hotel-
A. AMlKRlV
dec's-tf R-Eng-aadVup-t.
PENNSYLVANIA ItAlLROAD.
T " G"atCentral Route, connecting the Atlantic eitiM
withv estern,NorthwesUrn, and Southwestern tatek.
by a. continuous Railway direct. This road aLo conned
.. "aij Ai-o lit oieamcra to an porta ot
the Western Rivers, and at ClerrUnA K,nj-5i. w
Steamers to all pons ou the Northwestern Lakes ; maijuir
tne moat direct. cAAittost i-.. ..... . i . .?
FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Vrtai liW
r.. ..betweea Philadelphia and Pittshnrtr:
FIRST CLASa.-Boots.Shoe-lirr l.n.id.. t S
(ia boxes,) Furs, Feathers, Ac... fftrl0f2i
SECOND CLASS. Books and Statioaerr. i
Dry Goods (ia biles,) Hardware, Lea- J-75e per ICOS
THIRD CLASS-Aavils.Hagging. Baeoa, ,r
and Pork (ia bulk,). Hemp, Ac. I 65c ?r 10"
FOURTu CLASS.-Citree, llsh, Bacon, I ,
ouu a uij.ipiu:&cu,j vara ana AAtrdUil j-"r"v-
Flour il per bbL until further notice.
Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until further notice.
Cotton 2 per bale. coteir,wi;r,i j.i iv,. .;a.a t
further notice.
. f7 I? 'Wpping Goods fctan any point East of Fhi!
delphia, be particular to tnatt package m fmnnlianvt
ailrojJ. All Good consigned to the Agents "of tins
Road al Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with
out detention,
FaciouT ActxTs. Harris, Wormley A Co Memnhuv
Tenner. It. F. Sasa A Co, Ht Lom,; J. S. MtfchoH ii
Su, tvausville, Indiana; Dnmesaii,Beli and ilurdock; and
arter A. Jewett, Louisville, Ky.;R.C. Meldrem, iladuoo.
Indiana; Sprigmaa A. Brown, and Irwin A Co.. Cicciaaaui
N. W. (Jrsha u A Co, "iinesville, Ohio;. Leech A Co, Nu.
M Kilby street IStaton; Leech A Co. 2 A.tor Hoase, Netr
Vo:k; .No. 1 William street, and No.3 Battery Place, New
a orit E.J. Speeder, Philadelphia; iligraw 2k Kdouai, -ai.
timnre; Geo. C Franciscns. Pittsburg.
H. U. HO US EON. Jtn-rai Fr.itA.,..t phj.,j
H. J. LOMUAEitT, Auj't,AUoona, Pa. '
aoS '! , llelj 'i".
PENNS VLVANI A RAIT.Itf i a it
nrsHREK Daily Through Train, between Phitad-InliK
1 and Fitteburg -THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves 1 bthtdelphu for Pituburg at 1, A. 11.. VMa.
bnrg for Philadelphia at 7. A. M. 'Int.! i'ut iivl.
ielpl-m for Pittsburg atl,I.M,and Plttsburic
for Philadelphia at 1. P.M THk vimin rruuLui
l,AlS ratodelphfa tor littsburK at 11, P. ll"lnd
Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, P.M. '
Tbeabore lines connect ut I'lu.l,.,... ;.u .i .
to St.Lou,s.Ma; Alton. Galena and Chicago,
11.; Iraukfort, Uxington, and Louisville, Ky.j Terr
Haute, iladtson, Lafaveitend Indianapolis, lad.; Cincm
natiajbin Springfield. Bellefoutainefsan'diuky'. T
CIeve.and, Columous. Zanesville, Millon, and WoOster,
Ohm; also, with tbe Steam Packet Boats from and to New
v"""' a""s. uinisriueana innaenatL
Through TickeU can be had ta or from either of the
above places.
For further particulars, see Handbills at the different
starting points. Passengers from the West will had this
tne snortest and most expeditions route to Philadelphia
baltimore. New ork crBostoa.
Q'P'rrP' AosST. PaiMuyer Zint, PdUnrJ.
Philadelphia, 1B54 jr.n ly
FARE REDUCED TO $12 50
rROJI aVASHVILLE TO 3rE3fPIn-..
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia,
Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
150 miles railroad, and ICS miles turnpike. Leaves Nash
ville Sundays, Wedaesdajs and Fridays, at V a. m. Ap
ply at the General Stage Office, opposite the Post Othce.
deefci tf.
COJIUS, FANS, AND PAA'CY GOUOS.
W I L L I A 2f TASXUB.
-tfl PARK.PLACE, NEW YORK r-itea theattoatioo
J.U of Southern and Western Merchants, to his newstoci
of Fa is. Combs, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Ladies Reti
cules, Perfumery, Soaps, Porte Moaaiea, Jet and Bead
Bracelets. Pocket Books, Dress Buttons, Pics and UedJe
Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards, Wax, Coral, aad Olas
Bead, Necklaces, Ac India Rabbex Combs, Canes EtJIs
and Toys of every description. Edssors, Razors anil Cil
lery, Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Accordeoci and Violins, is-
and German Fancy Goods, which wUI be sold at the vei
lowest prices for Cub or Appro y in Patm.
ST Orders by letter selected and put up ia the c
manner. WILLIAM TA3KER,
nry4-lyd. . Paxx PLtc Yook.
,,i4KtiAW A DWELLDVG.
NEAT frame dwelling wita three or four rooms, oa
tbe comer of McNairy and Demnmbrace streets ta
West Nashville fronting 100 feet on Demumtrace street
and 16S front on McNairy street. Apply immediately to
J-L.AR. W. BROWaY.
1SS MAKV WEBER will give letsona od'tbl
Piaao aad Ham st the resideacea cf tar miDib a ...
to VL Weber, Na 24 Viae itrwt, c Jscll
- n r frr'irt-lTftiniii-niir- iriHnnPi rTf 1 1 " '

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