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American Frnit Growers' Guide. TOOK, NELSON k CO., 44 Union St, hare jnst received- AMERICAN FRUIT GROWERS' GUIDE, In Orchard and Garden. Being a compend of the his. lory, modes of propagation, culture, Ac ot Fruit Trees and Shrubs, with descriptions or nearly all the varieties of Traits cahi rated in this country. Notes of adaptation to localities ana sou; ana also a complete list or lrui.s worthy of cultivation. By F.R. Il.ctt. Price Si 50. Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Gardner's A practical work, with a monthly directory lorplantiotr ...thin,,,, i. P.rir.!r N'.ill ' The Practical LaiiOrahierT In which the most approved systems of Drsi nage and the ocieuuui; juuiwt" uu nunu iUey aepena, are explained and their comparative menu discussed, with full direc tions for cutting and makingdraing, and remarks upenthe uiay D3 construKed. uy Farmers' Barn Book. rAltutlta BARS BOOK Containing the causes, tujjituiua ouu utiuuciH oi ice atf-east s incident to OXtJ.V. SI1P.KP unsipivi; Also, on Hie duei-ei of Horses, ulain and practical di rections in the c oic and purchase or Horses Ac Ac. By Plater. zunan.axinnernd Mills. Price 5126. Being a trcati.-c oathe'miuagemeni of Horets, tn rela tion to utabling, grooming, leedug watering and working, wus'iumun ti siaojes, venuiauon, siaoie uppcuuac, rnamgjment of the feet. By Jno Stewart, witti notes and ucuuiims, aa lpuog it to American looj ana cumiw uy a is Alien. Si jQ tor sale at Publishers' trade prices, by mar2S TO 21. HI N. NELSON & CO. L A T JS S T IMPORTATION' OP Spring Goods for 2.856, sr A. Jo DH7iVCAr & CO., IMFORIJStiS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN POkEIGN AND DOMESTIC OP.Y GOODS, JVO. 70, PUBLIC SQUARE NASHVILLE. ' WE are now receiving direct from Manufacturers, our Stock ol STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, comprising u general asnment, which we pledge ourselves to Fell npon the most favorabU terms to prompt dealers, and invite the attention of tha trade tn cur stock of Goons now in stort. consiftirg of a large line of DRESS GOODS AC. of very superiorquality, vie Paris otripe "Ponlt De Soie" Silks, do brocade " Italian Black " oral! widths, FreLCh Painted Organd' es, do do and tol d colored Baregjs. do do Robes ol new i-tvles. English and French Berages of all ttylesand quality, rieiicu una Anglian un names 01 new etyies, Scotch. French and Erguth Lawns of all styles, Enjrhsh and French Painted Jaconets. Embroidered Srfiss and Jaconet Dresses and Robes atwatjle, Swiss and Mull Muslins, Jaconets and Cambrics, Inserting, Edgicg, aces. Embroideries' and Trim- mi Ej;s of the gitatest variety. Bonnet Kiblwns of every variety ol style, Winnirgand solid colored Ribbsns, Orates of all colors. Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, and trimmings generally CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VEsTINGS, COTTONADES, NANKINS, LINENS, of every variety of styles and quality, English, French and American Fancy and solid colored Black and colored English and French Cambrics and jiojwus inmmmgs li, cached an J Bronu Muslins and Drillings. Bed Ticking. Apron Checks. Sinned Osnabercrs. Ac. We will be udditg 10 our present block bv litilict d and steamers throughout the seaton, which will enable us at all t.tnei to disuy the newest sty le ot Hoods. A J DUNCAN 4 CO , inarI3 No 70 Public Square. REMOVAL I MASON BROTHERS, Publishers, N E W Y O R K , HAVE EEKOVED FROM NO. 23, PARK ROW, TO THEIR S10SE, Kos. 108 ami 110, DUANE STREET, A FEW D00US WEST OF NO. 803, Itroudwny. marC ROBERT MOORE, Commission illcrcliaiat, linciuuati, Ohio. Continues to give his best attention to the Pcrchase and sale of Produce, and articles of Domestic Manutacture. Property of all kinds forwarded promptly. mar8, 'AC tf FRESU ARRIVALS. BV Wcssel & Thompson. 1 Zf UU" PKlMh ORANUEri; Xtjyj 20 do Lemons; H5 do French Brandy Cherries; 200 pkgR Raisins; 10,000 line Regalia Cigars. WESSEL & THOMPSON, rnar" Union street. Wholesale Dealer, 3&Te. SimMic Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. Sparing1 and Summer STOCK. 1575 Pukacgcs .Assorted Merchandise 11IAVE received nd wcula offer to the trade a large and moide-irable Block of new and beautiful Uooa. The btock is a mooted of un extended variety ! Foreign fcnd Domestic Dr Goods; Boots, Shoes and Brogans; liaia, BoLUett, Umbrellas, Parasols, it, &c Tbtte t.oods were puicuasrd with tbe aid of large ex. perienci a id ready miinev, and embrace a great number of verj ilwyly bought articles, udmirably smtea to the demand, d-s For nduibie payment, I fli II reduce profit several per cent under tbe former custom of the lioui.e, because I can i-fljrd to do.o. iletcbanu who may desire to purchase Goods at close prices, tor prompt payment, jau promote their interest by indium: selections from tbis unusually a no stock m.ril Sm HU DOUGLAS. I. A.UOU.M, S.S. WILLIAMS, JKO. A. rISUSB. JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Oommiisionand tfcrwarding Merchants, and Storersof Cotton and Tobacco. rnerof Markttand Hroad-'is.,A'it,hTeUe.Tinn. jury 8. 1658. RTO 'KANE, TSODUCS AND C0KHISSION MERCHANT, AND UtALEli IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS, iSouth-East corner ot Church and College Streets. NiWmlle, Tennessee. Gas h for all isi-acls of Produce. TTTUBAT, RYh, 11AU, LATHERS, BEESWAX, Ac , by K. O'KANE. , E. Corner College and Church sts. ON E II tin OR ED TONS mTSUUKii IKON, well assorted, now in b'tTe and tor sale low for cash by ianSoi. K. U hAMi " fj'KW'ALE. rr A BISLS received and for sale low by rU jam R. O'KANE. C1M by, 1DEK V1NEGAB txpruf sly lor family use l'or sale ans'6U it. unAjti 100,000 Pounds Well Dried WANTEB FOR C'.Kvtf, ImMEDIA. 1EL 1 by rnarlU tf 11 0 h-ANh. " Uli'ORTANr ITEM. WE have a Wagon running through the principal Mreetsof the citv delivering food KId at our hou.-e, All orders banded to tbe driver will receive prompt nt eu tion. JOYNT, BVKS.'i A MILKS . Ti bjgs late Ked 1'otatoe., just X rtceived mall and fcr sale by . JOYNT. BYRNE ANOLKN. 17'lKrY bars Heshanock and Loudon Lady l'otatoes jj Just received and lor sale low by marll JOYNT. BYRNE & NOLKN. o t hundred bigs Flour, just received Jroiu Tort Koval and Mason's Wills, and for said bv, JOYNT. BYItXE A NO LEX. liitrK No 12, Broadway. VAII Alllil. MILLS I'UR SALE. rTE renow ffenng for tale valuable ftawand Grist W Mills, with S 0 acras of line timbered Iind. 8'tu uted on Cuncy Foik. below Sligo. Those wantn.g a bar- irain would do Wrltio can on u in -aonnte mm. 1.IND5I.KY A- CtlOCKETT, mar 91 m 58, College. ADDITIONAL. ADDED te their already Urg. stock of Staple and Fan cy Dry Goods, the undersigned are now receiving .Uilvlirca additions, talking it not only tbe LARGEST tut hIso the MUST PKUFliOT AND EXTE.V.-IVELY AS SOKTBD STOCK they bnve ever before had in their jkiw cr.o offer to the re.ail m.tchant. & mar29 dtf 49 I'ublic; nioaTO. - State Bonds Waited. WE W-h to p.ueba.e f" mirlS-2t 44 Cherry street. UNION AND AMERICAN. NASHVILLE: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL I, 185G. S SWANK E MINING COMPANY. I beg tfx lay before those "whom it may concern a few facts, that may not prove offensive to any of our citizens, and may correct, in part, an unwar rantable prejudice, created by the interested few, against the Setvaneo Mining Coal Company. I have been very particular while mingling with the citizens of Nashville for more than two months past, ot times conversing with thcra and listening to their sentiments in regard to this enterprise; and hive learned that the croakers against this Compa ny are those who are opposed to every public en teral ise; they talk more of this or that scheme than others, but never have they been known to cheer fully subscribe one dollar for the general good of Kashvule One of these beautilul specimens of hu manity not long since charged the company with not haviDg done what it had promised, to wit: "(o sell coal at 10 or 12 cents per bushel; that it could not do it, had deceived the citizens, and never In tended to carry out its promises when it made them," ia. The chargo that the company ever made such a promise is false. The company never promised to bring coal at any particular price, un til its road wes completed to the Porter & Logan Bank, which was and is ouly a temporary termi nus, but so eoon as they commenced transporting coal from tbis bank, and learned the probable cost o. getting tha tame to Nashville, the company did then, lind not till then fix its prices at 15, 18 and 22 cents, and tu s me instances where large quantities were sold by contract, may have taken less; but with these untlorm pr;ce3 it commenced, and in good faith held to tLem while the demand teas great and the supply small, as well as when the de mand was small und supply great. In this respect the company has done more to prove to the citi zens ot Nashville, the honesty ot us purpose and the intention to carry out its undertakings in every particular letter, and to a greater extent than any other company or monopoly that hts ever brought coal to this city. Duriut; the last winter and fall this company has sold about 150,000 bushels ot coal ut uuiloim prices of 15, 18 and 22 cents, while all ot lifts interested in the Cumberland river or Pittsburgh coal trade sold theirs in the aggregate at prices ranging lrotn 25 to 40 cents. The de mand was sufiiuient for all, and the Sewaneo com pany could have so:d the whole of its coal at 50 per cent, above its unitorm prices, but it had de termined to sell coal at simply a paying price, and has, as far as it had the means, redeemed its pledge and given the citizens tangible pioof of its just in tentions and has merited their full confidence. Let us look at the dilfjrence between 150,000 bushels sold at 15, 18 and 22 cents, and 150,"000 sold at 25, 30 and 35 cents, andasce where the liberality in the trade lies, viz : 37,500 0u3heU sold at 25 cents $9;375 37,500 " " 35 cents, 13,125 75,000 " " 30 cents, 22,500 $45,000 The cost of Pittsburg and up-river coaL 37,500 bsh. Sewanee at 22 cts. $8,250 37,500 ' " " 15 cts., 5,025 75,000 " " " 18 els., 13,500827,375 Balance in favor of Sewanee Co. of $17,630 which has been saved to the citizens of Nashville by this company. Now if it has saved such a sum to the citizens by supplying only one half or one fourth their demand, and also while the company is digging the coal from a bank not exceeding three or three and a half feet in thickness and badly drained, at.d laboring under many other disadvantages, what can it not do when it leaves this temporary bank and reaches its Wcoton banks, where the strata ot coal varies from six to twenty feet in thickness? At its present bank, it costs the company abuut five cents to mine the coal at tne upper bjnk the company has all confidence from actual experiment that the coal can be mined at from three-iourths to one cent p r busheL Their supply is now but limited then, it will be icex hauitible. Now, the cost of rolling material and in cidental expenses over thecompauy's road isaoout one cent per bushel; then, the increase of tonnage oud cars will Iesen the average Expense, which will not exceed three-fourtas of a cent. Tbis will make a difference from this one sduics, in the price ot coal of at least four cents per bushel in favor of the consumer. But tbe company can fcfLrd to make a less ptoSt when the amount of sales are greater than at present, thereby lessening the cost ot the coal to tne consumers to a still greater ex tent, and when this is accomplisbed tbe company will be able to sell Cal at nearly the prices that individuals have given assurance it would eventually sell at, and thereby redeem Vieir assertions, which' tne company has had the credit of creating. ihia company does not Lok to Nashville alone for the sale ot us coal, butha3 a market eastward of more imponnnce and profit to it than Nasnvillo and the maikets westward from its mines, and by careful estimates and examinations, it is believed tuat the company Ciu sell annually nearly 1,000,000 busaels of coal, which will not cost the compauy wnen sold esc edtng eight cents per bushel, which Will be more cusily understood from the following statement, viz: 23,000 tons, 28 oushels each, 700,000, one-thirday 233 333 bujteis at 10 cants, $23,333 2J3 3J3 " " 13 cents, 30.333 233.333 " "15 cents. 3i'i.n)9-SSS.CG5 Cost of mining at Wcstea's bank, say 1 cent per bushel, $7,000 F.eight over Co.'a road jj cts. 5,250 ' N and C. R It. Sjts., 35,000 Expenses at yards ct., 1,750 For contingent expenses 1 ct, 7,000 f 50,000 Leaves a balance of clear profit to the Cjmpany of $32,CC5 The company has never promised to sell at these rates wi hin any specified time, but it U confident'y believed that it w ill be able to do so within tbe next twelve months, and in less time if the citizens will countenance the enterprise and assist the com pany in getting funds to finish the road from its prcccut teirmnus to the Wooton banks. Those who havo examined the route in company with profiexnt engineers, feet confident that the road can bo completed within eight months from ihe commencement of grading, provided the company has the means within its power to place sufficient force upun the wo:k. In order to secure this ma:ie, the company has given the citizens of Nash ville at.d o:hers the privilege of subscribing for h.d tatting tie reserved stock of the company at the ra!e c.i thrtc dollars on the share of $10, par value, f ivi: g to suca subicriber a discount of 70 pi r ceut. With sue. n showing as above, can ihtra bo a bef..r invrstment, pecuniarily, aside from giving such unparalleled advantages to th'e coal consumes ot our city. You invest your money at 3 per share, nud m two years from such investment, or one j cur alter tho road gets fairly into operation, jou receive a dividend of over ten per cent, a share on the par value, or over ten per per cent, von the m ney actually paid in, or over 15 per cent, per allium ou the same, and at the tamo time place the price of ccal where the com pany is -truggliug to bring it, within the reach of every family ia the city; by this course the demand wiltbe doubled, and as tho demand increases tho price am and will bo reduced. We say this in de fisDce of all tho oppositijn that tbis company has had to contend with, and tho opprobrium heaped upon it by a fo w old fogy croakers in our midst, whi were determined u rule ruin, and challenge ail the pimphlct writing monopoliss and theoretical sa-Mlers, together with those who feared tlie terri ble las of their loved corMitueKty, to point out one single pledga thb company-has ever made and not kept With such a showing, has not this company the future prospects to justify the assertion, to "control this market to the exclusion of all others." The mode to do this ia simply -to sell the coal at a price cheaper than others can bring it here. The com pany fcr the past three months has been under selling all others in the market, and had it been supplied with cars and miners at an earlier date, the citizens would have been saved more than $30,000 during the past winter by supplying the matket and holding prices at a reduced figure. The company has, however, proyed to all reflecting and unprejudiced minds that it has commenced the good work, and in time, must place high prices for coal among Ue things that have passed away. Wo hope, however, that other companies will or' ganize and bring cheap coal also; the more the better for all branches of mechanical industry and the general growth of the city; but the Sewanee company has no fears of strong competition from companies having wood tracks and a grade of over six hundred feet to overcome, including two in- ciintd plants of some four hundred feet, besides other obstacles that will greatly increase the ex- pense of carriage, &c. This company ha3 lately discovered a largo bank about one mile distant from, and containing four times as much coal as their Porter & Logan bank, the strata much thicker and the coal harder and oualitv the same. This bank can be reached in ninety days when necessary, which will give a supply ample to sustain any ordinary demand un til tbe road can be completed to the great V ooten bank covering more than seven miles square. It is the duty of every good citizen to give a helping hand to this enterprise, since its final sue cess is no lontrer a matter of speculation. It has t done more to relieve the wanu of Nashville and to bring the prices within the limits of reason and jus ice than any other company or monopoly has ever attempted to do. It has, with its limited sup ply, brought coal from its most expensive bank and under many other difficulties, and sold the same at uuiform prices, largely underselling all others, taking no advantage of the scarcity in mar ket. When the prices at which the Sewanee coal has been sold are compared with the prices de manded for other c-ials, we find that the company his saved the citizjns of our city oer $17,000 in the sale or only 150,000 bushels. Should the company receive such patronage and material aid from the citizens as it now deserves at their hands, it will be able by next year to sell four times the amount that it has done during the past winter, which would save to the people of Nashville, from the foregoing comparison, a sum exceeding G0, 000, and should it reduce its prices five cents per bushel, it would increase this sum to $85,0006 sum sufficient to pay the interest on more than $1,400,000. We learned a few days ago that the company had directed the contract for grading the balance to be made, and tho work commenced immediately and with energy,, finishing section by section as far as tha means of the company will go, and should our citizens, together with those along the line, subscribe for the reserved or the preferred stock to an amount sufficient to guarantee the letting of the whole road, contracts for the entire grading, iron, timber, &c. will be, immediately put under con tract and tbe whole projecuted with vigor to a completion. Should thisot oe done, a suspension of wcrk, for the time being, may take place, which will be as detrimental to the citizens as to the com pany, and ascitizics we beg their candid considera tion, and direct the attention of every citizen to tbe eubject, andinquire each for himself if his own interest, and the interests and general good of our city, and the mechanical and manufacturing inter ests thereof do not all appeal to the patronage of this enterprise. Do this and rest assured that Nashville will never again suffer the enormous ex pense and cruel privations of the past few years caused by tbe want of cheap fuel. X. MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY. Among the many improvements now being made in our city and vicinity, no one is mere entitled to public notice and iavor than the one above men tioned. We earnestly call the attention of our read ers to the advertisement of this company in to day's paper. The company commenced laying out their grounds in October last, and, notwithstand ing the severity of the winter, have the work in a fine state of progress. The site selected is, beyond all doubt, the most appropriate that could be found in this vicinity. We are informed ihat the finest view of Nashville is from these grounds. It is be lieved by many that it will not be excelled by any similar improvement in the Union. It is situated about two m.les from Nashville on a good turnpike road and will sfl brd n fine afternoon's excursion for all who feel curious enough to visit tho grounds. But very few of our cit:zjns are aware of the ex tent and cost of this undertaking. Of the very few who have as yet visited tbe grounds no one has been found who did not express his hearty ap probation and admiration of the site selected and the manner in which the work was beir.g carried on. The company design having the Cemetery pub licly dedicated on tbe first of May, with appropriate ceremonies, after which the Lots will be for sale. The President and Directors all manifest much zeal in the undertaking, and are all men of too much pride of character to embark in an enterprise of this sort, unless it is cirried cut in a manner worthy of our city and of the age. Fire. About two o'clock on Sunday morniDg, the building at the corner of College and Union streets, owned by the Rev. A. L. P. Qriek, and occupied by R S, Hollins as a shoe and boot store, and the adjoining tenement occupied by J. D. James Sc Co., brokers, was discovered to be on fire, and in a short time were entirely consumed. By the exertions of the firemen the adjacent buildings were preserved. The Ios of Mr. Holliss is about S10.000 of which $5,000 is covered by insurance. We aro pained to add that several members of fire companies No. 1 and 3 were badly hurt by the fall- ins of a wall. alT" Attention is directed to the sale of groce ries by Davis & Pilchek, this day. Among other articles is a pipe of Barton & CcEUTiEit's Brandy, of very superior quality, to be sold by the five gallons, with the privilege of a larger quantity. NAsnviLM Course. A match race, $1000 a side, distance one thousand yards, will come off to-day, at 12 o'clock, over tho Nashville Course, between W. T. Cheatham's Qlencoe colt and Ar thur Towles's Albion colt vll o m m c r c i a 1 . UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, T N as a villi. March 31, u, 1856. f COTTON Dull. Salas cf a small quantity at Johnson A Home's at 17 80a3 85. TOBACCO But little doing in this article. Sales were made yesterday at A. Hamilton's of eight hogsheads at 0 95, 6 7.1, 7 85, 5 75, 5 45, 7 45, 5 55, 6 50. Eclipse, THIS superior Jack will stand the present season at my stable eigh. miles South of Nashville, on the Nolens ville Turnpike and will be let to jennets at $25 for jack, and i20 lor jennet colts and to mares at $10 the seafon 1 asturage lor jennets and mares from a distance, gratis; grain led 75 cents per wek. All possible care takea to prevent accidents or escapes, but no liability for either. Description anil Pedigree. Eclipse will be four years old the first of Juns, is hill fifteen hands and three inches high, ot fine form, bone, muscle and action. He was sired by Johnson's fomoas jick Lord of the Isles, wbo was by imported Kidlej 's Old onder, out ot F. R Rains' old black jennet (Money Moulder.) 1 invite my friends and all admirers orihts useful animal to call and view Eclipse and Ms dam and her other progeny. JAAIE3 RAINS. mar2S SmtriwAy. RIVER NEWS. Rirosrsp sr it. n. haskuosc. JSrrSr. w - - " vuvj IU UVtU lb -1W what it at present is, i feet large on Ilarpelh bhoals. The weather is somewhat cool for the season of the year, Trith indications of being settled, at least for several days. Arrived. Blanche Lewis, from Paducah Dele gate, Pittsburg; Thomas Shriver,"Wheeling; City of Huntsville, Memphis; Sallie West, St. Louis ; Shy lock, port3 above. Departed. City cf Huntsville, for Memphis; Sallie West, St. Loub; Blanche Lewis, Paducah: Alonticello, Burksville. The popular packet Cuba, will leave this evening at u o ciocfc for Bmithland, Padocah, Louisville and ot Louis. The Delegate, Capt. Maratta, will positively leave this day at 4 o'clock, for Pittsburg, Wheelinei uincmnati and Louisville. We understand Capt. Maratta intends rnnnint? nis craic regularly between this port and Pittsburg, ad solicits a jhare of patronage, having superior I accommodations for freight and passengers, and a well selected crew of competent and gentlemanly officers who will use every exertion to accommo date all in the most satisfactory manner. The fast passenger and freight steamer, Thocas fahrlver, Capt. Morgan, now in port and ready to depart, with punctuality, safety and speed combin ed, will leave for Wheeling and JPittsburg and all intermediate ports, this day at 4 o'clock, P. M, with little or no detention by the way, thus ensur ing passengers a comfortable and quick trip to her port of destination, Toe Dr. Robertson still continues to be daily looked for from the Crescent City, and on arrival will meet with quick despatcn back. There are several Pittsburg steamers due in port this day and the day ensuing, The Clara Dean will probably be the first arrival Steamer Seventy-Six from Cincinnati, is due in port early this day, Notice tOj'passeagers: The iegular Smithland and Paducah packets, Alida, Cuba and Roc- City, tbe only direct connecting boats with the St. Louis and Louisville mail packets that give through tickets for $10 to either point, and insure the passage made in three days, have changed their hour of departure from 10 o clock, a. m.f to G o'clock, p. m. By this arrangement Railroad passengers will be in time to make a direct travel from Chaileston and New Orleans to St. Louis and Louisville with out detention. Duo in port from Waitsboro', this day, steamer Hartsville. Business at the landing at present, presents quite an active appearance Freights to Pittsburg: The ru'ing rates appear to be, tor teatners and pea nuts ouc per hundred; to bacco and other pound freights 40c; lard 35c; flour per bbl, G5i70c; grain, per sack, 35c; cotton 1 75 per bale; ale bbls empty 30c, full 60c; with a reluc tance on the part of shippers to give and on steam ers to accede to lower ones. Freights in general has the appearance of being somewhat scarce to almost any point named, ex cept New Orleans, and for that point one good steamer would exhaust the present stock on hand. At Cincinnati, up for this port on Tuesday last, Clara Dean. Steamer Alabama exploded. Five miles above Grand Ecoro, this ill-fated boat on her upward bound trip, exploded from explosion of her labored boiler, and burned to the water's edge, nine lives lost out-right; badly scalded 4, wounded 12. The Swamp Fox conveyed the dead and wounded to New Orleans. ' The steamer Interchange -hnde J at Louisville on Saturday las, from Wheeling, with over one hun dred hands, forty carfj, forty-three horses, cooking utensils, &c,for the purpose of working on the Nashville and Louisville railroad in the vicinity of Bowling Green. Steamer Metropolis exploded. This beat was new and on her first trip from Pittsburg to New Orleans; when in the vicinity of Pomeroy, on tbe Ohio, burst or collapsed her staboard boiler. killing eight persons. A fleet of 40 salt boats on the late rise has come out of Kanawha. TO THE PUBLIC OF THE UNITED STATES. AN advertisement of Mr. UUOLPHE YOLFE, lately published,, as 1 suppose, intended for, tlie protection of all Scbieaara Scnapps against counterfeiters, bai come under my observation, and being engaged in tha manufacture of S biedam Scnappa, were I to lot it pus without notice through ihla medium, I might be considered among those he denominates l'Piratuad Vtnitrt tf Pruo;'' bat the im menso patronage and success tbat has attended the sale of the article manufactured by me, and tbe opinion of compe tent judges as to iu qualities as a beverage aud its medical virtues, precludes.lhe possibility of the idea that 1 am in cluded among thi-o lie designs to Imp-go. "o donbt be feels aggrieved at tbe depreclaUon of the sale of his Schnapps which is manifest to all, since mine has been brought In Competition with his. Not only have I succeed in competi ting with him in quality, but the constant and increasing de mand of my article, has enabled me to famish It at a less price than he can, or does eay S2 00 in tho dozen. And furthermore, he will soon become aatlsSed tbat bis caution to the citizens ol the "Southern and Western Stales" will avail him nothing as far as 1 am concerned, for the character of iiiy Schiedam Scnapps is too well established In those Stales, to be Injured by any such invidious publication. Tbe motive of his a ivertisemcnt Is obvious to every one, and feeling well satisfied that all surh missiles thrown at me by him will fall harmless at my feet, I will here, for the satis faction of the public, publish a copy of my Patent Uight, en tered In the Southern District of -New York, on the Ssth day of December, 1854: ICopy cf Patent Bight- SOUTHEES D1S1 RICT OF NEW YORK, S. S. Be It remembered, That on the twenty-eighth day of De cember, Anno Domini, liii, Barnard L. Simpson, of the said District, hath deposited in this office the UUe of a print or la bel, the title of which is In the wards of the following, to-wit: 'Barnard L. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam Junipor achnspps a superior Tooic Anti-Uispeptic Invigorating Cordial," the right wbereol he claims as author and proprietor, in con formity with an act of Congress, entitled "An Act to amend be several Acts respecting copy rights." GEO. IV. MORTON, Clerk or the Southern District of Hew York. And I take pleasure on this iccaslon to tender my sincere thanks to the publicin general, and to my Irisnds In particu lar, lor the kind liberality with which they have patronized me from my commencement or this enterprise; and I assure them, that I shall conUnue to provide them always wlUi a genuine and superio(Arliele of Schiedam Schnapps. June 30, 55 ly. B. L. H1MPSON. 1. S. The word Schiedam Schnapps is derived from a town In Holland, called " Siiedam," which is celebrated ass place of extensive Juniper Plantations and numerous DU llleries of the above articlo. Ever) body has the right and privilege to order the Juniper Extract (a principal ingredient of the Schnapps) froni that place. Does It not appear now poor and deceitful when U. W. Is trying to mike a wrong and untrue impression on the Public, a)ing that the word Schiedam Schnapps belongs exclusively to his article, and that all others are Counterfeits and Impost lions'.' U. W. has no monopoly, neithermora right for tbe sole im portation of Schiedam Schnapps than anybody else; and this poor argument which be intends to continue bis long practised decepUon on the public, shows too plain that he feels and is now aware of an important and dashing opposition. octld 1855 ly. B. L. 8. THE FINE BLOODED HOUSE STACKPOLE WILL Btand ten miles west of Columbia, Maury county, Tennessee, at $20 tlie rea son. Mares will be'k pt for two months uncn pasturage fre of charge, unless extra feeding is required. Mates not in foal can bo returned next Spring wtihont charge. tackpole is one of the largest and best bred sons of irrp irted Leviathan, dam by old Stockholder. The followicg'V a list of tbe imported blceded horses, and the winning of their colts from 1883 to 1851, taken from J. J. Skinner's Turl Register: Imported Merman, 2 ' Beltshazar, 5 " Phillip, 4 " Glencoe, 15 " Priam, 82 " Luzborough, 44 Medccb, 50 Old Nalins' Stockholder, 16 Old American Eclipse, 48 Old Pacific, 18 Imported Leviathan, 133 It will be seen (rom the above the great superiority of tbe horse Leviathan, over any horeaui. tccotd. "Like pro duces like." Stackpoleisone of big largest and best bled sons, 16 bands high, of fine blood on d.ms side, and upon the whole is a full head and shoulders above any native horse in tbe State. His one year old colts took remiums at the Fair in Columbia a three year old also s a -buggy horse. S.a:kpole was a superior tacer, having won three of his races at two beats each, over the N ashville and Gallatin Conrses. For farther information tei adver tisement in Columbia Mirror. mar29 dtriwAwIm JAME3 H. WEBSTER. S.K BUFaUrlQlj'Dmi, General Commission Nerchanls, No. 10 FRONT ST., NEW YORK. Particular attention given to GRAIN, and all Southern produce. I2f" Refer toILH. LO WRY, Esq Cashier Bank of the Republic, N. Y. mar!8 6m. Those Heel Boots. JUST received by Express ar. other lot ot tcose nice HEEL KID BOOTd tor Ladiei. at 57 College St. Br.4 bNTDER & FEJZZEUi, THE VERY LATEST "NEWS. RMEIV2D BY I magnetic telegraph J ; Ul TO THE HOUR OF PUBLICATION Cincinnati, March 31, noon. Fiour firm, 5 90a G 10; Whisky dull ISJj; Provisions steady bulk raeat- 5kGJ; Bacon, tStues75j prime Lard 1J; grt c!ries unchanged. River, 1G feet and falling slowly. Weather cool and clear. New York, March 31. Fiour improving, 7 00 ai di for straight fat-, i Jia, yi lor Uaio, and 7 u8.8 18 for Southern, 8 iS.U for iixtw; Wheat fitm, 1 75 tor Southern nil; Corn drooping; nlessrorkimprovi y, 10 61; oel tiru ; Lira droop- toZi "Si Whisky iuijjrovinj. ;ve3 at 2.-J Sterling exchange dull, OA LouiiViLLE, March 31. River falling, G feet on tne lai.s Washington, .March 29. It is rumored that Mr. Belmont, our Minister, is about to be recalled and Howell Oobb, of Ga., will take his place. Cspt.Iograham has not been confirmed by tho Senate as head of the Bureau of Ordnance It is understood there will oe some difficulty in his pas sage through the ordeal ot the Senate. Private letters by the Illinois state that. the British Irigate which recently arrived ft, Panama iroin wallas, immediately cn her ai rival h.sieneJ back to Puenta Arenas iuord.r to dsfend the coun try against the thieatened incursions by General V alker. A French foice was already theie acting in concert witn a untish force against Walker. ine steamsnip tricson sailed lor Liverpool u place of the Pacific. She took 9 passengers. No specie. . Ntw Orleans, March 29. The steam-hip Dn'l V eoster arrived to-day fion San Justi. Tn-j Star ot the West had l.'ftban Juan for New Yoik. Hamilton's Thresher. Moffitt's Patent. TVTEare manufacturing at Uamtitou, Butler co.,Ohio, " V a larce sunolr of Moffitt's Patent Thaller & Separator. FOUR DIFFERENT S.ZES. One for the Farmer's own use. which delivers the cruin inbagsready forthc ra-ll. Also, for tliUse wtio do not wish t- clean their grain wnen tnresned, we make a tirsl cla8 COMMON THHKsfJER, OK CHAFF PILER With a Straw carrier and Beater attached to it. The Mcflitt's Patent is tiu'y tbe Prexuim Machine of the country, itnavmg taken the urst Premium at . crystal Palace Fair at New York, (the battle gn uod of Agricultu ral Implements for all narts of the world:! brst Premiums at four State Fairs of Onto; Ihe fiti-t Preniicm at the State Line hair ot Ohio and Indiana, and at numerous other Ag ricuuorai raira in tne nest. SEND IN ORDERS EARLY TO SECURE A GOOD MACHINE. Descriptive Pamphlets tnd Circulars cent to persons L-hiog to purchase. . ON ENS. LA.NE A Dx ER. T. A McCALL will act as agent at Nashville, Tenn, "oani a uuan, x'uueau, iv marl9 gmdAw ' SPRING JIEETINU OVER THE RTashville Hace Course. rpHURSDAY, May 22, Sweeista f.r untried 8 year t uius, miio ueuus, ov eumiuce, t-iu luuei , 10 close 1st April. FRIDAY, 23d, Proprietor'a Purse 1 200. Mile Heats.! best in tire. SATURDAY. 24tb. Proprietor' Purse 2i.0. Two Mile zieats. vt . j. PUIL-LIPS. marSl ctf Proprietor. J. OHIiY, MERCHANT TAILOR, WILL have a large and fashionable lot of Cood at his a'and in Cooper's Buildibe. Cherry street, where be will be ready to mace cp trentlemen's Clothes in tte neatest style, and at the shoneat notice by tbe 10th of March. feb26-tf J. o. riLLows. w. c ncsrxa FELIiOWES & HUNTER, GENERAL AGENC1 (So 89 Cherry Street, up Stairs.) rpHE undersigned have formed a partnership in the 1 above business. We will undertake the collection of Churns in any part of the United States, act as Agents in renting nouses. lAiuecung xicui, ac v e reier to tne Dutiness men ol JMashTUie generally. J G FEiXOWES. Nashville. Feb.?. 1855. W K HUNTER GOOD REiJIEDlfeS ARE A FUUIilC GOOD. THE UKrJh.ii JlUUJNi'ALX Ul. Vial EM was used by the Indians, when this country was first discovered, and by them was considered "the best (rift of the Great Spirit, to his red children." It is the tiesi application for lnuammatory complaints, gucn as ttneumatism, biysirteias, Tarious miecuuua ui uie luruat sou Eiaaua. eruptions. Bruises, ourns. sores ot an atnos. xc .race per Dor. zsc. For sale by all Druggists, and by ALfcJ. UAUktZIK mar7 Agent for the G.tefg Co. DROOI'l.NG HI'Ds. THE best remedy fcr sick babies, and for all the dis eases of children, from one hour to five years old, is THE CHILDREN'S PANACEA. Of the Gnafenberg Company. For fevers, teething, diarrhoea, rickets, colic, worms, Ac, Ac, it is the best medicine ever kcown. In the Gitefen- berg Almanac, that is given gratis, you will find a list of numerous Physicians throuebont the Union, who have used it in their practice. Where there are voune chil dren, ana it nas Deen usea once, no parent will consent to De without it in tne Douse. Price ROc per bottle. t or sale oy all druggists, and oy ALEX. MACKENZIE. mar? 17 Colhgs street SPRING FEVERS. THE GRiEFENBEKG HEALTH BITTERS are pre pared from a number of the most purifying, invigor ating and heling roots, barks, herbs and vines, selected inns ly from tbe Matena Medicaof America. They are a Eowenai tonic, they give ftrengtu to tne system, and ena le it to thriw off the constitutional tendency to disease. They have all thx beneficial effects of a true tonio, without cau ling any ill effects. Price Z6c per package. For sale by Drugjista throughout the State, and by ALEX. MACKENZIE, mar7 17 College street. Where did yon get that nice Hat ? AT 1VATERFIELD & "WALKER'S, OF COURSE. THOSE beiutiful nats tbat shine so brightly and tit so neatlv. are from the celebrated Manufactory of Water- field A Walker. Their house is tbe popular resort cf all nun kuoiiib aa eir-iui out. sueir new opnug otjicis very light and elastic, greatly enhance the appearance of the wearer. , mar!5 WATERFIELD & WALKER. SOFT HATS FOR THE SPRING. THE largest assortment of fine Soft Hats can be f und at Waterfield A Walker's. Trey have tbem in Black, White, Brown, Pearl and Drab. Those who have been waiting for tbem can now be supplied. 1 r n i t l iIl-i l-t t u tit at run BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S HATS! WATEKFIELD A WAL-KEtt have a large and select assortment cf fancy Hats and Caps for Boys and Cbildren. The styles are desirable and tbe prices moder ate, maris To Merchants. "TITERCHANTS who want a stock of Hats tbat will sell, ilJ. and have tho money to iay lor them, will find tbe best assortment at vtatciueii Walker's. The r styles ate popular and prices low. WAiaariUiU & WAXirxCU, Premium Hat Emporium, roarl5 26 PublicSqnare, next to Gowdey's. VERANDAH HOTEL, OPPOSITE TIIS V ST OFFICE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ACTION YOUNG .Superintendent. TbeSta&e Office is kept at this hoiue. marl9 tfd Money Found AND left at the Verandah Hotel, which tbe owner can have by describing and paying for ttvs advertisement. mar25 dlw ACTON YOUSU. THE TRAVELLING PUULIC CAN find at No 57 College street, asplendid assortment of Trunks, Valices, Carpet Bags and Satchels marJo tuiiuasraiui. POWDER fTUIE undersigned would respec'fully inform the Mer X chants ot Nashville and Dealers in Powder, tbat they have been appointed Sole Ageats at Nashville by the Man. ufacturer for DUPONT'S CELEBRATED RIFLE POWDER, TENNESSEE BLASTING FOWUE, and TOY, BElKFORU A CO.'S SAFETY FUSE. And that they will ktep constantly on hand large suppl'es of t he same, which they will furnish to the Trade on liber al terms. M. A E. F. CHEATHAM, Corner College A Church sts , warlS Nashville. Tenn. RIFLB POWDER, BRANDED "UUl'OKT'S POIVDEB," and having my name cn the kegs, being rff-red for sale in Nashville, and neither Me-srs Unpint it Co. nor myself having sent such powder there, dealers are beieby informed that we will nut be re sponsible for the quabty of such powder (even when our brands are on it) except such is porcbated from or through Messrs. M. & E. F. CHEATHAM, the A Agi ;ents of Messrs. Dupjnt A Co, upjni & uo. Clnannati, March 17tb, 1S5C. J. W. DONOHOE. marSS dtf FIRST LARCE SALE SPEHG GOODS AUCTION, by Ililf Time Sale. OUR reralar Spring Sale at Auction, will take place on and2?theolMarledDeSdaT Thnr,the 26th Vi7 This Sale is designed exelnaivelr far w Goods will bo offered, as heretofore, iilota to suit bur. era, with liberal privileges to those waaiing Urge quanti- We are safe ia saying that this ia one of the best assort ed Stock of Goods that has ever been offered at Auction ia Nashville. It comprises a great variety: Snch&s ' 75 CASES SPRING PRINTS; 5 cases Gcbeco Prints, (dark;) 10 cases Lawn?, ass'd; 5 cases Brilliantes; 10 cases small check'd Ginghams; 35 cases bleach'd Muslins; 40 bales Sea Island brown do; 10 cases solid color'd Cottonades; 5 do small check'd do; 2 do Gay styles do; A IJEVL'TIFCI. LINE OF CAS3IERES Tl 1 . ' jik uoerwn; U.k atid col'd Cloths; Dr D'Tes: Linen Drillings; Linen Duck; Blay Linens; Irish Linens; Linen Hdkfs. RLEACII'D AND BROWN DRILLS; Denims, ass'd; Stripes and Plaids; Italian Cloth?; Testings, Sea., &c. Every description of Whits Goods. Flonneinm. Lares. Embroidery, Hosiery, Thread, Buttons, Suspenders, Pins, .ircuiei, ac, ac as. In short, there is eomnrisedin tbis Stock, almost all tha varieties pi uooas usually wanted. W e will aiso offer, at the close of the Sale, a lot of Cat uooas, io oe seia as tne aoove, wttnout reserve. V.ihrilia r.hwi i,l mnvuniiniiripn X3T We are offering strooe inducements at private sale, to all wha buy for Cash or on short time. Give us a calf. L M. A CO. T, & W. EAKIN & CO. NO. 48 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN. AVE HAVE JL3T RECEIVED OCR ENTIRE rrjr!CHASE3 or Spring Dry Goods To which we again respectfully call the attention Of tne Trade. rears MORGAN & Co., NO. 40, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ARE NOW RECEIVING THE AND BY FAR THE MOST DESIRABLE STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY DET G-OODS EVER HERETOFORE BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, AND- TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ATTEN TION OF PURCHASERS. mar6, '56. r. c hobos. o. o. aiixs. BURGE & ALLEN, (Successors to T. C. Bwrge & Co.,) Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Ccmmiicion, MERCHANTS, And Dealers in Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco, &c CORNER OF COLLEGE AND SPRING STREETS, Nashville, Tenn" WE are jast in receipt of the following Groceries 200 hhds prime to choice Sugar; 150 barrels rebelled Molasses; 100 i do do 200 Loaf, Crushed, and Powdered Sugar; S00 bag3 Rio Coflee; 25 bags Otd Gor. Java Coffee; 50 bags Laguyra do 75 barrels Mackerel, Noa. 3 and t; 60 X barrel do do da 75 boxes Scotch Herring; 3 Tierces Figs; 100 boxes Raisins, assorted ; 150 Painted Buckets; 25 Nests Tubs; 150 box Tobacco, assorted brands: 2C0.0OO assorted brands of Cigars; sou xegs ot naua; S0O Demijohns; 500 gro. Matches; 35 bags SS Almonds; 25 bags Pepper; 30 bags Spice; 3 casks Dutch Madder; i Ceroons best Indigo; 25 boxes fine Starch; i 56 do bar Soap; i 100 do Star Candles; 50 do Tallow Candles; 100 do Cheese assorted kinds; ' LIQUORS. ) 500 barrels Piko and Wiltshire Whisky; 60 barrels Robertson county do 100 barrels Rye. Bourbon and Smith Reserve Whiskr. With a general Stock of Erandies, Wines, Gin, Ac, to gether with a supply of Longwcrth's Native Catawba Brandy and Sparkling Wine. ' marll. so. u unlit, a alj.. FINE BRANDIES. FIVE hair Pipes superior Old French Brandy of the vintaeeofl8U BUKGK 4 ALLEN. ON U WORTH'S Native Catawba Grape Brandies I and Sparkling Wile; ury do Far sale by f marll BURQK A ALLEN. CLOVER SEED. ALRGE lot of Fresh Clover Seed just received and for sale by maris BUKGE A ALLEN. E ceiot of 100 ban and 50 bbls lbauon Flour. janlit IIUROE A ALLEN. PATENT CHAMPION FRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. THE great interest manifested by the public to procure more petfVct teenrity from Fire fjr valuable papers, such as Bonds, Mortgag-ss, Deeds, Note-, and Book cf Ac count, tnan the ordinaat SAFES heretofore in use bad af forded, induced the subscribers to devote a large portion of time and attention during the past fiurUea years in making improvemtnts and oitojveries of IhU object, and tbey now beg leave to -assure their numerous friends, and the public generally, that their ff rts have been crowned with complete success, and now offer tbe "improved Her ring's Patent World's Fair Premium Fire Prwf Safe" as the CHAJ1FION SAFE OF THE WRI.D, haviDg been awarded Medals at both the World'sFalr Lon don, ls51, and io New York, 13-3,astuperiortoaIlothers. Itis now, undoubtedly, entitled to that applaute, and se cured with "Halt's Patent Powder Proof Lock," (which al so wes awarded Medals as above,) firms the most perfect Fire and Burglar Proof Safe ever belore offered to the public 'I h-Subscribers also manufactures all kinds of Boiler and Chilled Iron Bink Chests and Vaults, Vault Doors and Money Boxes or Chests, for Brokers, Jo sellers, and Pri vate Famines, for Plato Diamonds and other Valuables. And are also Patentees, (by purchase.; and Manufacturers of JONES' FA'l ENT PERMUTATION BANK LUCK. f-ILAS C UEKRIXO A CO , Patentees, Green Block, Nos 135. 137 A 13S Water Street, N. Y. mvil dwn Sewauee House, COLLEGE rVTREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Propiietor, (LATE or 1IE.E SPETXCS.I THE subscriber has recently taken this well known establishment is refitting and. thor- Kit ouchly renovating it and hopes soon to have it m suca condition as not to b interior to anr house ialhu city. The Proprietor hopes by his exertions and th3e of his Assistant, I Mr. Craddock, who formerly presided at the City Hotel to be able to make bis house worthy of be ing patronized by the public and promises that no pains shall bfl spared on his part, to merit tbe approbation of those who may favor him with their patronage. He res pectfully tolicitsa trial of his house. feb28-dtwAw tf WM, ROBERTS. Childc Harold THI3 very superior thoroogh bred STALLION having recently armed from Virginia, will 9sMn make bis first season in Tennessee, at my stables, jbIsbQ 6 miles south-west of Nashville. Terms $25, positively to be paid before the retSoval or the property. ... . . Ia all ease3 of failure, the next season will be given gratis. , i3T l'cr Pedigree and performances, see bills. mar-2-tf W. O. UAKUI.Q. TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION o TEN NKSSEE. ..,., , THE Annual Meeting of ihe Stato Medical 1 SocwtJ of Tennessee Will be held in Nashville on Tuesday the 1st day of April next, A fall meeting la desired. Anyone who iiamemberof the regular Faculty of Medicine lseli Sble w membership. F B HASKIN -t, President mlm Tb MADDIN, Cor. Secretary. 'OR RENT: The mora over our Store. Apply to marlf J.ILMeGI LOb IB1 tm am B n w inn iia i. n in hi h mm Spring Goods for 1856, At WMesiIe.' L. B. FITE & CO., NO. 9, COLLEGE STREET, ARE now offering to the trade, a new and, haniaowg line of HPRI.NU GOODS, at prices to agree with Cash and short time, and they earnestly invite merrhasto purchasing in Nashville to call early and examine tha stock. In particular we call attention torn Urge) lists of , Bonnets, Parasols and Ladies' Dress Goods, maris lm Piano Fortes. W: & R. FREEMAN, ARE receiving their Spring Stock, and m1mWmmm woulo call especial attention to their yWK Grandfc'aosrePianuA manufactured brlizht.! I 1 I Newton s Bradbury, which, for richness, purity and eves ness of tone, combined with power and strength, caasot be excelled. Call and see if it is not so. maris WAR FREEMAN. NEW ARRIVALS. LARGE LOT OF FINE and low priced Fir Knxm. ?u "Advet CenterPieces; Oak and Black Marble Paper: several fctts of jeryhandso me Parlor Borcera, tjomieevAe. .ewuicuirosirariaiaa manufactories, br W W FINN No. 23, Public Square, west side. cornwDeadericklt. man? Great Excitement ! ! Tlie Citizens in Arms WATER OR NO WATER, Gas or no G.Lightor Darkness, Macadarciiei Streets or MudVBridze or no Bridge, are the questions now engrojsisg the attention of tbe 7 in and 8th Wards. Wishing to have a hand in every thing that is going on, we hare concluded to pitch into this free fight, ana, by war of adding fuel to the flames, have concluded to sell the following Valuable Lots. Situated in the exated district Four Lots, On Market street, opposite the Rctledge Property. One Lot Fronting forty feet on College street and extending throntrh to Hume street, immediately adjoining tbe Vaughn Prop erty. One Lot Fronting forty fire feet on College street, in the Campbell Properly, on which there ia a double frame tenement. One Lot Fronting thirty feet on Collecra street adloinice tha Ran. tUt Church. - r Several Lots On College street, part of the Matlorr Property. Seven Lois " On Maple street, near University Place, at the junction cf Maple street and the Murfresaboro' turnpike. Lots Every and any where in Maury & Claiborne's plan ot lot. Lots In O. Ewing's Addition. Lots In the Wetmore & Ewing Addition. Lots In the Barrow Grove Property, near tha Episcopal Chorea. Lots On Collega aid Market streets, ia the McGehee Plan. Lots In and sear University PI ice, and Lets Generally everywhere.- w can accommodate every rxxly with a Lot that wants ne. We hare them of all sorts, sizes and shapes. All good, none bad or indifferent, soma of fine soiL others abounding in elegant rock; some free soil, other possessed of the valuable privilege of contributing to the support cfonr City Government to the diffusion of imowl- ecge ana to the extension cl Kauroads. in short, we pledgs ourselves to suit all persons. IT anr oue should want anything extra or uncommon, we will manut aetura a Lot to suit him, being amply supplied with the raw material. Call soon, thev are a go.cg LINDSLEY A CROCKETT, marl9 lmd 33 College street TO DRUGbUSTS AND DEALERS IN tTAA- CY ARTICLES. LUBLV3 Extracts, Soaps, Pomades, Toilet Powder, Lavender, Ac Low's Brown ana VT hite Y indsor Soap. Ux u arrow and Myrtle Pomatum. Lows Hoaey Tablets. Kyposhagon. a having and Palm Soaps. Cleaver's Honer Soap. Shaving Cream. Clarified Mar row, Bear'sGreascAc ilottets Orange flower and Hose Waters in bulk and bottles. Rimmel's Handkerchief Extracts and Toiltt Yinegsr. Laurence's Hair Giorts. Straps. Rubbers. Bath tilovea and Washing Pads. Tooth and Nail Brushes French, and English a larre assortment Hair Brushes Erglish, French and Gentian. Cloth, Hat and Shi tug Brushes All kinds and styles. Turkish Towels Toweling. Dusters, Ac Combs Buffilo Dressing, all prices and styles. Sponges Mediterranean. Pans. Venice and Turker a large assortment layiors London Aiustarl. in Krgx. cans, foil sad bot tles. Taylors Arrow Root, Homeopathic Chocolate, Broma. Ac. Ac Fivers Bine Pot Pomalcm and Toilet Powder, Imported and for sale at low prices by S C HIE FFELIN BROTHERS Ac CO.. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No 170 William-St. , cor. Beekman-St, New York. maris 8w ONE THOUSAND GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION. JUST received on consignment, to be sold at Auction, without reserve, over one thousand Gold and Silver WatcheST Amorg this large assortment will be found Watches from the best makers in Liverpool, nz: Joseph Johnson, 25 Church street, Liverpool; Cooper, London; i, t o- i : . u-ji. o. . n . e t , . n ?. 41. l. iUDias,uriuuio,ou3Tcus, Auuier, ui uuuuuu, iupiea, Indepinden t tsecond, Ac. ALSO $15,000 worth of tine Gold Jewelry, amongst wh.ch will be found some of the richest seta of Gold Stone, Cameos, Mosiac, Ac, ever got cp. ALSO On consignment, to be sold at Auction, a large assortment of Books, Stationery, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Notions, Ac Sale to commence every night at 7 o'clock. 11. u. bkuull Auctioneer. marSd dtf 17 Cedar street, near tha Post Office. JUVT RECEIVED PER steamer Dr. Robertson and Cline. 150 hhds.Sugar; 1V3 barrels Molasses; 100 balfbarrels, do; 200 barrels Mackerel. mar8, '56. DAV13.PILCHER A Co. JUST RECEIVED PER steamer Dr. Robertson 800 boxes Star Candles; 2 0 " Cheese; 20 " Barrels Lard Oil; par3, '56. DAVIS. PR.CHER A COv EXECUTOR'S SALE. AS EXECUTOR of the Will ot Jllcbael U. &uven, de ceased. I will, on Saturday, the 5th dnr of April next, offer for safe tA the highest bidder, at the Court Houae door in the city of Nashville, a lot of ground situated on Cherry street, below Broad, being part of Ori ginal College Lot, No 2i, and being part of lot No 2, tbe whole ot Lot No 48. as designated in Price's plan of Lots, registered in the Register's Office of Davidson coun ty, in Book Nc 2, Page beginning on Cherry street at the Northwest earner of said Lot ho 8, and running Southwardly with tbe line ol said street tony teet six in ches to a stake, thence Eastwardlr at right angles ISO feet towards College street, tbencf Northwardly by parallel with Cherry street 40 feet 6 inebes to the Northeast corner of Lot No 43, thence with the line to tbe beginning. Terms A Note with good security, payable m one of the city Bants, six monies alter date.'ana,a Uen retained until the purcnaie money u paia JESSE COLLINS, Executor. mar23 dtd Nesrroes Again. T HAVE a Iario number if Negroes on band. JL that must be sold, and amongst them some 1 valuable Families, and as I sever separate faml-' lies. I will give good bargains. Also, several. FANCY GIRLS, and I do expect the best Cook in 'lens uessee. I mean wait i say. mrvj v. rumen. mar22 dtf. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOLSE. THE subscriber, having 'enled this establishmetii will rpen it for the reception of compiny the 1) of Mav. 185C. and bezs leave to assure lb(-e who de sire to secure a delightful mountain home for the warm season, that no effort or expense on his p:rt, jhdl be want icgto secure to them the realization of their wishes. His arrangements are such that visitors may at all times de ;end on havirg horses and carriages for excuraiors to any part of the mountain. Carnages will aleu te in readir.es at the Desot in Chattanooga, on the arrival of the cars, to convey passergers to the mountain. With the best of cooks, well trained servants, mix rangements formuaic for dancing puties, ha respectfully gmlUlmdtroage- GEO E FREEMAN. NASHVILLE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP, 82 COLLEGE STREET, . T 1L BRENVAN --"ropnetor. MANUFACTURERof Steam Enpes, Water wheals, Horse Powers. Saw and Gnat Mills Gtr. Tobaeeo Presses, Railway, Steam Boat suid Agncal tnral Machinery . or every kind and sixe, made prpmpUy fp order A large varey constantly on band, including Water Wheels Saw and Grist Mill Gearing and Irons, Giate Bars Andirons, Hollow Ware, nettles, Wsgon Boxes, Ac Wrocght Iron work welt executed. NEW IRON RAILING AND FPfEClNGMAX UFACTORY. TM. URENNAN, 32 College street, having addeil . tbe above branches to his present e'ahltshixient. is prepared to fill orders for all kind cf Ornamental Wcri fjr private and public building, including Verandahs BfV vonies. Cemetery and Park Enclosures, Iron Opn Fronts for Stores. Window and Door LaceU nd Sills, Ac, Aj All orders well and promptly attended to marl8--x FRESH ARRIVAL I AM NOW OPENING THE F NKST stock of all styles cf CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES and BUGGIES, that has ever been offered in this market. P. P. PECK. Nashville. Teb.19. 1S5. P. P. PECK HAS fust received soma aw style beautiful COUPEE BOCKAWAYS far one or two horses, which be will take great pleasure in showing to all who wU call on him. mar, 'i.