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, , Hurley's SarsaTarilla.
OF all the remedies that have bees dlseoTCred daring the
present age Tor the "thottfand Ilia that flesh Is heir to,"
none equal tbit wonderful preparation. Only three years
laVo elapied since the discoverer (who spent a decade In
8tod)lng,eipcrimentaUziacand perfecting it) flnt Introduc
ed it to the pnblic, and It Is already recognized by the most
- eminent philclans In all parts ot the country tobethemott
S surprising and effective remedy fur certain diseases of which
they bsve knowledge.
Aliother compounds or jyrnps of the root hare hitherto
tailed to command the sanction of the faculty, because, on
bi'tng tested, they have been fonnd to contain noilous Ingre.
dients, which neutralize the gxd euects of the aarsapartlla,
and ofientimes Injure the health or the patient. It la not so
with Huriej'd preparation.
This Is the pare and genuine extract of the root; and w!ll,on
-- trial, befoundto effect a certain and" perfect cure of the fol-
. MoVctlon of the Bone,
'Diseases of the Kidneys,
Scrofula, or Klni-'sEvll,
And all Dis-ases oflhe Skin.
Betides curing the above, It Is also known to be a giea!
and powerful tonic, purifying the blood and Invigorating the
Jn short, It Is without exception, in the casos mentioned
and its general effect on the system, the most efficacious, as
it Is most J slrable, rsmedy of the age. It Is already eaten,
eively used throughout the country, and Is fast obtaining an
Kuropera reputation. The instances of cures It has effected
aro dally coming to the proprietor's knowledge, and be has
nohesitatlon In recommending It to one and all who desire to
.procure relief from suffering. One bottle being tried, Us ef
fects will be too apparent to admit of farther doubt.
KccollectHarley'sSarsaparillals the only genuine article
JO Pries one dollar pcrbottle.orslx for five dollars.
For sale at the mtuuUctory, corner of Seventh and Green
streets Louisville, Ky. Alsi, wholesale and retail byH.O.
ECOVIU and by dealers in Medicine throughout the United
States, Canada and Mexico. janS3 d&wly
JEW DAVID, OB HEBREW PLASTER.
rpKE Grout tteineay lor Rheumatism, Gout, Pain tnthe
JL Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints; Scrofula, Ring's
evil, white swelling, iiaru sumors, ana joints, anaui bi.
Od nains whatever.
."here this Piaster Is acplled palncanno exist.
Tth.ii been beneficial In cases of weakness, such as Pain
bnd Weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Ar.
fectlnnof the Lungs In their primary stages. It destroys In
Hamatlon by perspiration.
James L Boyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, testiges
that, by its use alone be was cured of Uheumatlsm In both
of his knees,of several yearsstanding.
The following was handed as by a resectable Physician
lief. Scovil & Mead Gents: I have besn.nslcgyonr
Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster Tery extensively tn my
practice forthreeyeara pan, anaim witn pleasure tnati
sute my belief In their snperiarlty overall other articles,
with which ( am acauainted, for the purposes tor which they
are recommended. The Hebrew Plsster. especially, is an
unlvcrsa! penaeca for local pains. 1 have also lonnd It a mot
excellent application for Sprains and Bruises. It gives uni--versalsatlsfactlonwhereveruaed.
SS OSMN",M I).
Knoxvllle, Ga., March -lb,1853.
KJ- Beware of Counterfeits and bao Imitations.
The genuine will In future have the signature of E.Tay.
lor on the steel plate engraved on th label on the top of each
Farohasers are advidted that a mean counterfeit of this ar .
Taa genulnotseold by us, and by our agents appointed
thro is be Sonln, and no pedlar Is allowed to sell It. Deal.
rsa id P urchasers generally are cautioned against buying of
airv but our regular age nts, otherwise the wUI be Imposed up.
on by a worthless article. SCOV1L & MEAD.
Ill Chartres street, Sew Orleans, 6ole General Agents for
tho Southern Stales, to whom all orders must invariably be
Sold also by Kwln Brothers, Berry & Demovllle, A R
Roscoe Thomas Wells and G W llendershott, Kashville,
Tenn., and by all other BruggisU through the State.
J AS. 15. CKA1GH1JAD,
IIAIPDWAIIE AND CCTLEKY
No 29. Public Square, Nashville.
TO enable me to sell goods at low prices, Irom this date
all accounts fur sundries purchased on credit shall be
conBidered due when the articles are delivered and pay
taents will beerpected when tha accounts are presented.
WW. W KKOX,
It E V FITTER
Corner of Broad and Cherry streets. Nashnlle, Tenn.
rpilE "ADAilS EXPRKSS OOMPAKa"' have made ar
X rang' menta with the above Railroad for a Dallv Ex
press Line, and are now pr pared to receive and forward
i'riijht. Packages, Ac, by Passenger Trains to Huntsrille,
r Decatur, Tuscumbia and intermediate stations on the M.
A O. and N. A C Railroads. Small Packages at reduced
Messcngtrs leave Nashville daily at 7 o'cleck.am.
jif FrcigbU to be lorwraed by Express will be called
-for W'lhoat extra charge A. K. BOLT,
IllltTS, SUIItTS. Received by Adams' Express,
another in oice of Shirts, embracing various patterns
ot French Wove email plaits, and latest styles tor and
sldlaits. Porsaioby ,i, U. M'OILU
OLLAUS. Every variety of Byron, Standing, Paris
Made and British Collars received and for sale by
uori2 J. 11. M'QlLL,
jil!K. TlliS A IS l CRAVATS. Received an
elegant assortment of Tits and Cravats, the latest
yatiern. aprlSJ j. u. jiuila.
ALF 1IOSK. Justreceiveda first rateassortmcnt
if Half Hose, of Silk, Merino, Lisle Thread and
every variety ot Cotton.
J. II. M'QILL.
SILK, LI.NEN ANI LISLE TlIIie.AU
OI.0 VES. We have now a good assortment if silk,
L'i f l bread. Linen ana cotton uiuics. ru'"""";
J. tt. McGILL
PO C li KT 11 AM) KERC H 1EFS.-J st r
an assortment of Silk, plain and bordered
Handkerchiefs, at various prists.
J. LL McGILL.
XIIJ tJLOVES Just received a choice assortment
of Kid Gloves of various TnakfS-Alexanders, Char
tores, Chambisse Duval, Dumort, PcUl. Ac , for sale by
Pn2 J.U. M'OILL.
Ijtdiea' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, corner
cf the Square ana College street.
LANDS AND LAND WARRANT-.
X SHALL leae tsashviUe, about the 10th or May, on a
trip to Missouri, Iowa and Minnesota, for the purpose
of select.ng and locating lands formyrelf and others. Per
eonshavitg Land Warrents which tbey desire to locate,'
would do nt'll to eci'd them tome. I wilt see thst loca
tions are made upon choice lands that are rapidly settling
nd that cannot tail to become valuaMe in u short time.
I will attend to locating the lands, procuring patents for
the same, paying taxea, Ac.
1 will als take charge ot any other business in that re
gion, requiring the attention of ar. agent I expect to vU
lt Louisvtile, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis. For far
ther information, apply personally, or by letter, to" -
J. G. FELLOWES,
apl 0 1 m No. 9 Cherry st, Nashville.
I rster to Boa. Cave JohcBon. Hon.'Neil S.Brown,
Hon. John Triable, W. B. Saapard, J oseph Vaolr.
. -tSnrai -"
' lJioTUKK. We announced inonr ScBay8,afr
' W Mr UfcntedJyOUBg fceEaJOHS V- """-"'i
.1 E.;q rfo dtiver a Ut&o'lAclmBJkie evening, et
i -- .-,- - - ,
tho Christian Chorclrfon the ."Essential Principles
of the jHind?' JOiaeameima tne trresiaem or
tie Robertson Afisocil!oB,i;E:W.-MAo(3'ATocK, '
Esq, will Ktpfa'injha Bgiotolojtflpat fudable ji
stitntion. Wo hope that -bar tfzenB willgive:
I pt.S seven o'clock,
i hem full h -hs. The Lecture coiamences at nan
SfLAEP'a Eirua. Wo'ere jnformsd IhatHesrs5
v,j.T. & CtrjwmcHAM,. on1 the north aide of the.
square, near the " Burnt District ".have-just- re
ceived a small number or the onsrp liiflaa direct
from the. Patentee Oar readers can now have an
opportunity of providing themselves -with tneao
diadly weapons of which we haveheaid bo macE-
Companies emigrating to Kansas or Nicaragua
can be supplied with ,theso guns of my desired
calibre by giving & few weeks notiai to, Messra.
F. & C, who have made arrangements to thatef
A new article of ladies' dress has made its'
appearance in Broadway, and as a dascription of it
may prove of Interest .to ouj lady readers, we give
onawe nna in tne liovn Journal, That paper
A promenade over-dres3 being a close fitting
cost nice tneixew iorKBurtoat worn oy gentlemen
only not so long. It is all the rage at present in
Paris, and pearl drab cacbemire or pelisse cloth are
tbe goods preferred. The cat is doable-breasted,
with tour pearl or passementerie buttons on each
side of the lanels. and two buttons at the waist be
hind, at the junction of the box-plaits and side
- mt . I .. . 1 m . , '
Beams, ado coiiar is quite sman. xoe ueeves are
cut in the pigoda style that is, with a very little
fulness at the arm-hole, and formed to fit the arm
nearly to the elbow,from whence they widen so as
to become very large and flowing at the wrist,
.where they are turned over to form a round cuff of
three inches depth, lor a waist sateen inches in
length, the skirts should be about eighteen inches
ion?, and cut in a regular circle, to sew without lul
ness to tho bodice and still fall gracefully over a
hooped skirt of moderate amplitude. The linings
are ot tilic serge, to match, and the edges ere bound
with fine galloon. There are two diagonal pockets
in the skirts. This garment should be cut and
made by a tailor who possesses some knowledge of
tne ornamental art, when it becomes the most at
tractive and comfortable garment for promenade
that was ever adopted by the ladies.
asrosriD ar b. n. jiaebisox.
The river still continues lo decline rapidly for
the present stage sof water, say about 3 inches in
twenty-four hours. Now on Harpeth shoals S
feet water scant.
The weather still continues mild and pleasant,
with but little prospects of rain.
The Cumberland passed Memphis on the 14th
Inst,, and without accident, is now in the river.
She will meet with immediate despatch for New
Orl?ans, after her arrival here on Thursday next.
The. Rock City will leave this evening at fi
o'clock, for St. Louis, Louisville, and Paducah,
The Alida, Cuba, and Rock City are the only
regular authorized connecting packets on this line.
Other s'eamers take chances, however, for con
nection, but are not as reliable as the St. Louis
and Louisville U. S. Mail steamers that depart
from Paducah, immediately on the arrival of these
regular line packets. Through tickets by this
line are alone reliable at all times. Faro $10;
Time, three days.
The Moniicello leaves on Thursday next, at
o'clock, P. M., for Carthage. The Monticello is
regular in her trips, and at present.theonly. craft
now plying to ports above.
The Flora leaves for St. Louis this evening at
S o'clock, and all intermediate landings.
Arrived Cuba, from Paducah ; John Simpson,
form Memphis, "
Departed Cuba, for Paducah; Aleona, fcr St.
Louis; Ella, for Cincinnati.
The Magnolia, Capt. Fuller, departed from Cin
cinnati for this port on Tuesday last.
Up at Pittsburg for this port on the 12th inst.,
Wo learn the Flora ha? been sold, deliverable
at St. Louis, for SI3,00.
The bus'nets at the landing was quite active
yesterday. Freights for all points scarce. With
in the last two days past considerable New Or
leans freights have gone forward for reshipment
by light class steamers to the Ohio river. Light
age oa Tobacco ?1 80 per hogshead; Cotton 50c
per bale. Way freights for Cumberland river 20c
per hundred pounils.
The Sallie West left St. Louis on the 14th ;
arrivR Wfldnpadav nlo-rit. nnil ilnrt Thnrcinv l
C o'clock, P. M.
It is seldom we are called upon to record the
death of one more lovely than the subject of this
Obituary: Jxns'E. Mtjeet wa3 a choice plant,
intelligent and active beyond her years, she budded
here, only to bloom in glory. The P. O. A. has
sustained a loss not easily repaired. Many hearts
are made desolate and left to mourn, but with the
assurance she is with her Savior, who said "Suffer
little children to come unto me." She is re-united
with her ssinted Mother to sing Halleluiah, Jwhich
she often did in life.
Farewell, Jennie sweet, rest dear one, and when
the inmates of your humble earthly home are cal
led, may they be as ripe for the Kingdom, as your
precious soul. This retired retreat contains many,
and if noticed and brought out, would, in time,
Let tbe writer of this, entreat the benevolent
citizens of Nashville to look to their orphans, and
ask, Is it well with the child? Cost.
SOMETHING EXTRA t
AT WATEItFIELD & WALKER'S.
THE enterprising Oattf rs. WATERFIELD A WALK
ER, are always bringirgout something new in the
Hat Department. For Spring and Summer wear, their
light elattic Moleskins, their Rocky Mountain Belters,
aud coil and tasty Cssiinires, stand pre-eminent among
tne tiki: c! the tea ra. They have a full assortment ready
fcr their sales to-day.
aprlz WATERFIELD A WALKER.
STILL A LITTLE BETTER. ,
THE finest arliels of soft Cassimere Bat ever mannfio
tured can nt w be hil at WaUrBeld and Walker's.
Thosjwhowish ion elbicg extra fine, easy and comfort
able tn the bead, should call as early as possible and sup
ply themselves, as tley are going eff rapidly.
apr!2 WATERFIELD & WALKER.
TIIE BEST ASSORTMENT OF STRAW
GOODS that has orer been offered In tbe city, are
at Watrifisld A Waller's They have all the newstyles
for Men, Aloys ud Children.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Premium Hat Emporium,
ay!2 23 Pablicrtqcare. next to Gowdefa.
JNO. R. EAKIN, formerly of Nashville, has resumed
tbe practice of law in the several Law and Equity
Courts ot Bedford, Coffee and Franklin counties.
Collections will receive prompt attention.
JSf Pest Office and residence at Wartrace Dtpot, Bed-
lord county. aprl'i U
" Tbassp'jt Oitici, N. 4C.R.R.)
Nashville, April 12, '40 f
OWING to tbe departure of Night Frrgnt Trains at
7:30 P.M., Nashville Freight Depot will do c!o wd un
til further noiica at' 5 o'clock, P.M., after which freights
will not be admitted.
Tbase who would save trouble and extra d ravages meat
hara their roods at let Depot before ma time lor closing.
tp!8 - .Gsaertl, Agent.
jr fr Tup wthiT f
CiKctKATl, Aprir'f4iP, M-Notiung done
"Flournce.'the ibf en'n.wa5 two hundred bbls
luia aiuruiag soiu.av-?o iobo ou; svniasy. wwja
2wl:wi6ns .uacbanfred : Groceries firm. The
river has risen ahout12.inche9v W.a'.her cloudy-
suawsm; ooks Aiae rain. ,
HAU?Ar,.iApril 14, 1 o'efock,?. M. The
Bteajnsbipj.lCajabria,.it0m Xirerpooli arrived to
jday. " .
Sh) brings news three, days later than the
Washington. Presents, ho feature decided in re
gard to. peace. .kD.Bicultiea,- it is.alleged, present
ed themselves iathe Paris Conference, just be
fore the deDartare of the AYaShineton. But it
was naderstdod. they had been removed, and it
'confidently expected a treaty of- peaea would
signeain a lewjaays.
The London' market was more stringent; Con
sou closed Friday evening. at 82ja32f
tCatafsiTL AcriM5 Noon. Flour dull un
settled.- 'Whisky 201a20J. Provisions firm, bulk
meat CiGJ: " Sugar B$a83. Tdolasses 41. Coffee
nM'ii, Itiven risen .6 inches. Weather warm
ana pleasant. -'
,-. Louisnxu, JSprtl 14.--River risinp? cloudy. Six
feet four inches over the rocks. Arri ved ywterday
"Jiciipser .Departed, "Archieve.
New Osleabs, April 15. Accounts from Cen.
tral America are very meagre.
San Francisco markets dulL Whltkley express
company was robbed near bliasta, on 12th of
March, of 2fi,t00 dollars.
Accounts from Oregon state that the Indians
were becoming very troublesome, ""Thirty whites
were killed on Rozue River Valley. The hostile
Indians force, north of Oregon, is estimated at
2000 Troops of regular volunteers are prepar
in? to take the field.
The Panama, Star an'& Zterald attributes the de
feat of Schlessenger to the culpable want of vlgi
lance and discipline. The Americans were sur
prised. The battle lasted 14 minutes." The Costa
Ricans loss was 45 killed and wounded. Guata
mala evinces alack of energy iu coming to the
am oi isosia rues,
New Oeliaks, April 15. Tho "Empire -City has
arrived with Havana dates of the II th. she brings
The Geo. Law takes $1,700,000 treasure
Tho steamer Osprey burnt at the wharf at Kin?-
ston, on-theiwth. she is a tot si loss; insured.
The Aspinwall Conner of the utb, says, Sohles-
singer, with 400 troops, was defeated near San
Jose by 500 Costa Ricans, under Moore; 20 Amer
icans were taken prisoners and shot.
The Uostaltioan army was about to enter .Nica
Indian troubles in Oregon and Washington ter
ritories still continue.
New York, April 14. Cotton, sales of 25,000
bale?; Middling quoted at lOalOj, buyers holding
back for lower price?; Flour 6 50; prime Beef 10a
10; Meas Pork 15 50; keg Lard 10$.
sterling Exchange 8$.
' UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, 1
HASaviiLs, April 15, x, 1656.
TOBACCO A. Hamilton's 6 00,7 50, C 70, 5 656 40,
7 85, 5 60, 5 55, 6 05, 6 60,7 80, 8 00, 7 80.
Johnson & Home's 7 70,5 65; 7 40,7 75 , 6 50, 6 DCs
6 45,5 65,6 85, 5 60.
COTTON 21 bales at S 75, 12 at 8 00.
BACON Improving, 77,
Groceries at Auction
BY LANIER & PHILLIPS.
VN FRIDAY, the 18h of April, we will sell for
J Cash, tbe following articles, vis
109 hhds Fair to Choice So-100 doz Buckets;
gar; 25 nest Tubs:
200 bbls Reboiled Molasses; 100 boxes Va. Tobacco;
870 nags ureen aio vouee; zo Dagsrepper;
10 baes Snice:
100,000 Cigars various br'ds;
100 gross Mason's Blacking;
40 bbls Crushed Sugar;
80 bbls Powdered Sugar;
50 bbls LoifSutrar:
bo ooxes lea, very nne;
800 bbls Whisky;
50 bbls Rye and Bourbon
20 bbls Brandy;
70 bbls Bam;
10 bbls Gin;
20 bbls Malaga Wine;
500 i boxes Sardines;
50 boxes Raisins;
25 cises Brandy Cherries;
LANIER A PHILLIPS.
150 boxes Star Candles;
80 boxes Sperm do;
120 boxes Soap;
100 kegs Nails, assorted;
800 reams Wrap. Paper;
1UO gross aiaicnes;
80 boxes Search:
100 boxes Yeast Powders;
50 dox Wash Boards;
100 doz Brooms;
Co Casks London .Porter;
spruu ot b
NOW RECEIVING SPRING STOCK.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I AM now getting in my SPRING STOCK of BOOTS
AND SIIOES. which is large and well assorted for
Ladies and Gentlemen, Misses, Boys and Children.
arp6 , 42 College st.
NEW STOCK OF BOOTS AND SIIOES.
OHN KAJIAGE, 42 College street, is now receiving a
laree and verv superior stock of Boots. Shoes and
lirotrans ior City and Conntrr Trade, and resnecttullv so
licits a call and examination of bis Stock, which has been
selected of the best manutacta-e and latest styles for La
dies and Gentlemen, M'sses, Bova and Children, and will
be sold at very low prices for cash.
J5F" Trunks, Valices and Carpet Bags of tbe best Phila
delphia manufacture, constantly on hand.
apriz j. itAMAUfc.
FINE TRAVELLING TRUNKS. No. 1 Sole
Leather, Black and Russet Travelling Trunks ; Ash:
land Valices. Sole leather Valices. and Bugjry Trujka.
just received by JOHN RAatAGE,
apl l uonege street.
LEATHER, WAT14KPROOF, TAPESTRV AND 80
perior Velvet Travelling Bags an-i Satchels, just re
ceived by JOHN RAUAGE, .
apll vj t-ouege street.
SLIPPERS -KID SLIPPERS FOR LADIES, MISSES
and children; Kid Heeled Boots, very superior, and
Kid Ties, just received by
JOHN RAM AGE.
42 College street.
CHILDREN'S SHOES. Children's Kid and Morocco !
Angle Ties; Children's Kid and Morocco Boots all '
sizes; Childrens Kid and welt Soots; trench lasting
Buttoned Gaiters. Just opened by JOHN BAM AGE,
apll n tjonege street.
I HAVE commenced the sale of ICS, an d am Beading my
Ice wagon daily to furnish customers at their bouses,
at a very reasonable pnee. l have also a stationary ue-
rt at Mr. W. L. Peete's, cornor of Cburcb and Vine Sts.
issue tickets for the convenience of change,
apll lwd THOMAS BATTE.
ON the 8d day of May next, I will open and bold an
election, in the various precincts cf Davidson county,
for the purpose of electing a Judge of tbe County Court,
this, the 8th of April, 1856. JNO. K. EDMONDSON,
apll dAwtd SheriC
AB we have fitted up our Soda Apparatus for the Sea
son, we would retpectfully call the attention of the
lovers of this innocent and grateful bsverege to our Foun
tain, whero we will be happy to dispense the cooling
draught to all who may favor us with their p'atronsga. We
are confident with our increased proficiency in the prepar
ation of both Soda and Syrups, none will be disappointed
who may give our Soda Water a trial.
DEMOVILLE & BELL, Druggists,
aprll No 26 Cherry street.
BOILED CIDER 100 bbls pure Boiled Cider in store
and for sale by H. S. FRENCH A SON.
BROAD STREET BKIDGE COMPANY.
THE annual election of Officers to manage the affaire
of the Broad Street Bridge Company for the ensuing
year, will be held at the Citr Hotel on Monday, 28th inst.,
Election hours from 10 to 12. o'clock.
apll td 8. M. SCOTT, Sec.
WE have just received and have in store the following
articles which we will sell cheap for cash
100 bbls Mesbanock Potatoes;
200 pkgs Star Candles;
100 bbls Rectified Whisky;
25 do Old Bourbon do;
5 do do Bye do:
35 do American Brandy;
50 doz Brooms;
125 boxes W ft AE D Cheese;
25 bbls Pure Cider Vinegar;
COO bags Shot:
10 kegs Bar Lead.
mar!4 nART, MACREA & CO.
TIIE TRAVELLING PUBLIC
CAN find at No 67 College street, a splendid assortment
of Trunks, Valices, Carpet Bsgs and Satchels.
mar25 SNYDER A FR1ZZELL.
HISKY. 100 barrels Deans' Aurora Whisky, in
store and for sale by
mar25 W H OORDON& CO.
THEpablicare hereby cautioned against trading for a
notegiveaby me to PlummcrA Co, for 176. dated
Oct. 4, 1855, as I have ofliets for more thar that amount,
and shall not pay the same, unless compelled by law. .
ap-2t .fop, D.MAYES.
WOOD CIIOPPEItS WANTED..
I WILL furnish' comfcrtabl houses to good steady wood
choppers, and give constant employment' and good
prices. maris 2m WiS.WHITEMAN.
LETTER AND CAP PAPER.
A FEW cases of extra supeinne Commercial, Post and j
Cap Paper at very low prices to close. . J
iar27 BKNJ. F. SHIELDS:
rpHE best article ct -Gold Pens in this market."
JOHN YORK A HO'
vcnier union S cneny St4-j
yKE inFTxixyri anniversary
Of the State of TeHaeseee.
I trl A" ottyby6 procesionor
TlLL.be celebrated ta tbia
r" ottr bT a procession of
tbe. Members of tho Order, and
ia On4ioa at tha MeKendree
Cbsflrt bv the Re v.-A. B. Erwin
on Thursday naxt, tha 17tb of
jaemee-rsoi ids Q'asreai uoa,
ges and Encampments, and Via-!
iting- BrothelB, art requested to'
IWDBDCHailD UWCUSeftk WW
Hall on that day, at 9 o'clock, A. precisely, for the pur
pose of forming the proeessioD. .'
The right jvul rest on the comer of Summer and Cedar
streets; move np Cedar to Sprues; along Spruce ta Bread;,
down Broad to Market; up Market to the Square, theee
alonir Cedar and Cherry to the Church.
After the ceremonies at the. Church, tho proccflsion will.
be re-ronned, ana marcn to uio uaii, wnere way wiu M
As a Iaree number of Visiting Brethren will be in at
tendance it is honed that everv aiember of tbe Order ia tha
city will leel aims at t rxxma.&s amaiteroicoBnesyMieaiH,
(otage part in tee proceeaingaot taeoay.
'Tbs following brothers have, bets appoiated taactaa
Assistaus narsoais :
E.R. Glascock,- Tennesses Lodge No. 1.
WilL A. Glean, Nashville Lodge No. 2. t
Geo.'W DardenTraba9 Lodge No. 10.
Charles H. Conger, Smiley Lodge No. 90.
Oen. fl. f!re!htnn. B"tlv Piiitmm,l Tin t.
Felix B. Cheathnm. Olive Branch EncamDmeat No. 4.
The Ladies are especially invited to bear tha address of
xfro. rwin at the canrcn.
THO. T. SlIILET; CbJefMarahaL
nasnviue, April is, iboo.
'XST An Entertainment will bo given to the Mefflbersof
us tfrand AiOora at nizut. ana an memcers ot tne urcer
mgooa Eianairg, wi u. uieir letuua inenas, are invitea'9
attend. Tickets can be obtained of R. H. Barry, Grand
Secretary. juaa cuLAArvi,,
apis cnairman tjom tea ounangements.
ItANDALL dc JONES'
Hand Corn Planter.
TTTITH this Machine, which is as
lizhtand easy to handle as a
rifle one man will DROP AND COV
ER lea acres a day, in straight rows,
both ways, and do it well. The ex.
perieoce of rasny of the best corn
growers in Missouri last season, has
established its character as a rtasT
class agricultural implement. lean
warrant it to Eire entire satisfaction. .
and to be decidedlr eaoerior to anv
other Planter, or I will take it back and mfnnil tha
Price of the two row Planter, fbe best,) $10; one row
iwr, 11 aeai ea.i ?o..
Full carticulars and testimoniala ar vixen In mr rlrrn.
I.. u' i, -ii j i . . . . ..
ui, nuicu a wiu bouu uy mau ui any one wno wisnesit.
Auoress li. lihllUU,
City Hotel. Nashville.
0" Armstrong A Co., Agents ia Nashville.
NOTICE is hereby given that bereifter accounts made
at the Tennessee Pcnitcntiarr will be reouired toba
paid on the 1st of July and the 1st of January of each
year. All persons indebted to the Penitentiary at this
ume ore uounea to maxs payment oy us 1 st ot Slay next,
otherwise theiraceounts will be Disced in the hnndscfan
cmcer, KIUilAKU WHlTli,
aprl3 lwn Agent.
P. P. PECK,
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY AND MANU
L O WER MARKET STREET,
IS receiving constant additions to bis stock of CAR
RIAGES. Also, manufactunnir a sunenor aualitv of BHGGIES.
He can sell No. 1. New iork made. Coaches, cheaner
than they can be purebad by privats parties and defiv-
SELF-VENTILATING REFRIGERATOltS X
FRUIT PRESERVERS I
J. lOYJLE & CO.,
NO. 48 FROST STREET
TTAVING become Proprietors of tbe Patent for this
II State of S0HOOLEYS CELEBRATED SELF .VEN
TILATING. MEAT. PROVISION. AND FRUIT PRE
SERVER, now offer them to the Nashville nubile
Ibis article Is bound to supercede everything of tha kind
in use. its great advantages beintr toostroozlvanDarent to
be doubted. Br means of the ventilation, tbe nreservinir
cuamoer is warranted to oe always dry ana entirely tree
from mould, must ur impure flavor, with a current of cold
dry air passirg tbrongh It continually all accomplished
witn tne usual quantity ot ice.
Every house keeper should eire this article a trial, and
no one wiu consent to Da witnout it.
We have duTerentsizes,ta suit our customers.
aplO-tf J. DOYLE A CO.
NEW FAMILY GROCERY.
WHITLEY & REESE
HAVE opened a Pamily Grocery atNos 9 and 10 on
the South side of the Pubb'c Fqaare, where tbey will
keep a constant supply of the very best articles for family
use. The sale of Liquors by tbe drink ceased in this bcute
on tne 1st inst., and Hereafter tne very nest- Liqaors can
onlvbe obtained iu Quantities cot less than a Quart.
Believing we shall be able to please, ws solicit a share of
apra imq mii.r.i et tuunisti.
Groceries at Auction
II. S. FRENCH & SOii.
ON THUB3DAY, 24TH INST, 10 A. Hrf
coaPHisixo nr rixr.
600 bags Coffee;
100 hhds Sugar;
120 packages Molasses;
1G0 boxes Tobacco;
100 boxes Cigars;
160 dozen Brooms;
810 bbls Whisky, various brands;
e00 kegs Nails;
150 bbls Vinezan with numerous other articles.
Sale positive, and within Doors.
Terms of Sale.
Sums over $200 and under S500. 60 days : over (500
and under $2,000, f0 days, and over 2.000, 90 days, with
approved endorsers. H. & FRENCH. A SON.
"COFFEE. 650 sacks prime Baltimore and New Or-
J leans Co ties In store and lor sale by
11 S FRENCH A SON.
SUGAK. 100 hhds lair to prime Sagarin store and
for sale by H S FRENCH A SON.
TTOLASSES. 150 bbls Molasses; 100 half bbls Mo
1VJL lasses in store and for sale by
apr it a irtbaou a sun.
SUNDRIES. 2,000 kegS ShoenbergerNails, all sixes;
200 dczen Painled Buckets;
200 boxes m lb bars) Prescott's Ao I Soap;
200 boxes Gentree's Mould Tallow Candles;
60 bbls Golden Syrop;
80 bbls Suear House Molasses.
In storeand forsale by W H GORDON A CO.
BAGS. 200 b.les, 250 eacD, 11X bushel Gunny Bags;
100 bundles, 50 each,.2J
60 50 each. 4
In store and for sale by
mar25 W H GORDON A CO.
VTOTlCE. The inUMt of Mr. C. P. BRYAN, in our
XI business, has expired, to take effect Jan.'l, 1856.",
maris u w. a. uuhiam a cu.
WE have in store two boxes Grape .Cuttings marked
to JOHN ROBERTS. Nashville. Knowing no man
bv that name, we take this method of infcnninirMr. Rob
erts that the boxes are subject hyhis order, and -that if they
are not used tbey will be ruined in a short time. t-
apra iw u. a. f KEflUii a pun.
SUNDRIES. 400 bbls Liquors;
175' boxes Star Candles;
160 boxes Tenn , by., and Va, Tobacco;
800 sacks Salt;
200 boxes Melee Cigars;
With Spices, Indigo, Soda. Ac, Ac, ia stn?eaad for sal
by aprt HS FRENCH A 8 ON.
NAILS. 1,000 kegs NalU in storeand forsale by
apr9 H S FRENCH A SON.
MACKEREL, 100 bbls freah Mackerel in store and
for sale by II H FRENCH A CON.
FLOUR. SOO bbls Flour just received and for sale by
aprO HS FRENCH A SON.
A DWELLING HOUSE, with 4 rooms, for tbe balance
ef the year, within a snort walk of Broad street. A
good tenant, liberal rent, and prompt payment will be
civen. Call immediately at
' mar20-tf PICKETT'S.
A BRICK SHOP
OPPOSITE the Graveyard. FOR RENT, large and com
modious and in good repair.
Call at PICKETT'S,
marl 4 Broad street.
ALL persons are cautioned against trading for three
notes of hand, given by the undersigned in ftvor of
Andrew Jackson, for $5500 each, with endorsement on
each of $200. Said notes payable on tbe 1st day of Janu
ary, 1857, 1858 and 1859, respectively; payable at Planters'
Bank, as part of the consideration for which said notes
were given has failed, and will not be paid unless com
pelled by law. WALKER A BLOOD.
SNYDER & FRIZZ ELL have removed tempora
rily to No 20 Public Square, next door to Thompson's
wbere they will be glad to see their triends and the trading
public generally. Their stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks.
Carpet Bags, Valices is large, and all of which are offered
at low prices. aprS
CLOVER SEED.-80 bbia Clover Seed just receiv
ed and for sale at reduced prices to clos e.
apr5 MORRIS A STRAIT ON.
TEN BARRELS or the best Oranges that hare been In
the market this season. For sate by
mart J.G. AC. ROBERTSON.
Jas. A, M'Ciurer
(SUCCESSORS TO McCLURE & MARTIN,!
Wboleiale aad ICotall Dealer Isa musical
A'0. 33, UNION STREET.
KIEEPS-Cocstaatly supplied with Piano gpaji
. .Fortes, Shcet-Music, Violin aad Guitar jPMHPI
Strings; Brass Inlitmmenta; and in fact eveiyV I 1 D B
thini in hialine usually kept in this section of country;
' all cf which will be sold unusually low for CASH or short
tii. ' ' Ji A, M'CLURE,
- -Nashville, Noy;18' I, .'S'-f
A;; Jr. FRiiWClS'CO,
Hats, Qmpm mnd Xiad&w'
NO. 23, PUBLIC SQUARE, Xashville.
THE JHOaT BKAUTIPUL
EVER WORN SX MAN,' 13 ONE OF
SUPERB M0LB3SIN II ATS, which bivegatned an eo
viahls reputatjea through tM country.- Gentlemen of
facte who wssh a real "GEM." will call and set one of
those elegant TILE 3 it introdaeel at tbe HatLmporian
of A. J. FRANCISCOa,
apr7 No. ita Public quare.
OOFT JIA'1-S. EVERY
SIYLK AND COL-.
XBress. a fresh supply of
L7 OR.-Jast received br Ex Brass, a
.fbeea celebrated French Hon Haw, which are now open
.for laspeciton at FBASUISCU'S Hat usioar.
PANAMA, LEGHORN AND JCARRICAHO
STRAW GOODS EVERY DISCRIPTION.. SptJK
Men, Bovg,aad Children; bow ready for inspec-r
tlon. at the Hat Emporiass of FKANCISCUL
aprS No. 28 Public Square.
rplIE LADIES wilt Sid everything testy and becom-
JL lDior eo is, ufliiarati. insanu. and nine Misses at
aprS 23 Public Square.
WHOLESALE STOCK IS
And ray facilities enable me to offer
In.every style cf HATS to suit tha
Season. A. J. FRANCISCO.
aprS No 23, Public Sqiare.
Growth of 1856o
THRESH AND GENUINE, received at the Mm
SI ani Mortar on Market opposite Unimi street Nash
w.'IIa 1.- U,L.r,o
Qfifi papers flower seeds, axorud.
OUU FIELD SKI'DS.
BED CLOVER. TIMOTHY. HERDS GRASS. ltLDE
GRASS Orchard Gran. Received br T.WELLS.
GAKDtsisa iHFLsmerrs, SPADES and SHOVELS,
Rikea.rrt4dffvts TRANSPLANTING TROWELS.
wia. oucub, Trunin jin ctfi. rscsno ccxsstjBS. &c ius
W tl. n r" c. . n
ceivea ana ior eaie low oy
B. B. ItORRIS. I W. B MATTHEWS
MOliRIS & MTrflEWS,
DEALERS IN F10BR, BACON, LARD, FEATHERS,
GINSENG, 3 EES WAX, &C ,
Nos. 13 and IS Market Street, Nashville.
TO THE F02XIC OP THE UNITED STATES.
AN advertisement of Mr. UDGLPHE WOLFE! fatal v
published, as I suppose. Intended for the protection of
his Schiedam Scnaims arlnst conn tsrfsi ten. hss coma nndar
my observation, and being enraged tn tbe manufacture of J
auieaam ocnapps, -were i to let it pass wuoout notice
tarocghihls msdlum, I might be considered anion e those he
denominates "PiriLUs aid ytnim of Ptisan '' bat the im
mense patronage and success that has attended the sale of
tne article manufactured by me, and the opinion of compe
tent Judges as to lu qualities as a beverage audits medical
virtues, precludes the possibility of tha Idea that 1 am In
cluded among those, be designs to lmp-gn. So doubt h
eels aggrieved at tbe depreciation of the sale cf his Schnapps
Which Is manifest to all. since mlno has been brocrht la
Competition witn bis. liotonly navo I succeed in compett
Hog with him in quality, bat the constant and increasing de-
cisou ui mj arucie, uu eaaoiea me to lurnun it al a less
price than he can, or does say S3 00 Id the dozen. And
furthermore, h will soon become satisfied that his eauUon
to the citizens of tho "Southern andWestern SUtei" will
avail him nothing as far as I am concerned, for the character
of my Schiedam Sena dds is too weU established In tbosa
Stales, to be Injured bj any such invidious publication.
sue mouvBoius a iverasemcni isooviousio every one, ana
feeling wen satisfied that all such missiles thrown at me by
him will fall harmless at mf feet, 1 will here, for the satls-
fsetlonnf tha nnhlle. Dnbll.b Mnrnf mv Paf.ntSI.lit
tered in the Southern District of Sen York, on the Sstb dav
lCopy of Patent Bic
SOUTIIEEX DISTRICT OF NRW YORK. S. 8.
Be it remembered. That on thetwentv-elrhth dav or De
cember, Anno Domini, le4, Barnard L. Simpson, ot the said
District, hath deposited In this office the title of a print orla-
ici,uiu hucw wuicnutauiewerasoiia.uuowing,ic-wiir
-oaxDuu oiizippoa Ajeaiatic ocnieaam J uniper sennappa
a superior Tonic Anti-DispopUc Invigorating Cordial," the
neat wnereor ne eisuns as antbor and cronrlator. in eon.
formlty with an act of Congress, enUUed "An Act to amend
ne several Acts respecting copy runts."
UtU. W. JJUlflUS,
Clerk of the Sonlhero-Ilistrlet of Naw YnrV.
And I take Dleasure on this occasion to Under mv slneera
thanks to the publlcin general, and to my friends in parties-
ar. ior ue una uoerainr witn wnien tner nave natronuea
me from my commencement of this enterprise; and I assure
them, that I shall contlnoe to provide them always with a
genaiae and superior article or Scnltdam Sebnapps.
Jan. so, 'as jy. ii. L.. tilairsua.
A . s, lis word scnieaam henna mx is derived from a
town in Holland, called " Siitdtm," which is celebrated as a
place of extensive juniper llula:ions and numerous Dls.
uienes oi tne aoove arucie.
Kvarvbodvliastlie riffbt and nrlvilereto order tha Jnnltvr
Rxtract (a principal ingredlsct of the Schnapps) from that
Does It not appear now poor and deceitful when U. Vf. is
trying to mike a wrong and untrue impression on the Public,
saying that the word Schiedam Sebnapps belongs exclusively
w cis arucie, ana tuat au ouers are lyoumeneiia ana impost
U. W. has no monopolr. neither mora rtzht for the sole im
portation of Schiedam Schnapps than anybody els.; and this
poor argument which he Intends to continue bis long practised
deception on the public, shows too. plain that he feels and is
now aware or an important ana aasmng opposition.
OCUO IKHiJ. is. A.. B.
TO THE MILLION. READ AND JUDGE FOR
YOURSLLVES. PROFESSOR WOOD'S Hair
Restorative, is no doubt tis most wondsrful discovery of this
age of progress, for it will restore permanently grey hairs to
original color, cover th. head of the bald with a most
luxuriant growth, remove at once all dandruff and itching,
cure all Scrofula and other cutaneous eruptions, such as
scald head, Ac, It will cere as if by magic, nervlous or
periodleal head ache, make the hair soft, glossy and wsvey,
and preserve the color perfectly and the hair from falling to
extreme old age. We could give the testimony of more than
one hundred thousands to the truth of every word w. have
written See circular and the following :
Casltlx, IU,, June 27.1858.
I have used Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Restorative, and
have admired ita wonderful effect. My hair wart becoming
as I thought, prematurely gray, but by thense of his Res
torative it has resumed its original color, end I hara no
doubt premanently so. SIDNEY BREESE,
tx-oenator united elates.
Viifcixnxs. Ind.. Jans 10.1853.
Paor O. J. Wood: Dear Sir, As yon are abodt to mann-
altar extensively and vend your recently discovered rislr
Restorative I will state for wh.msoever it mav concern
thatl have used It and known others to nse It; that I have
lor several years been in the habit of using other hair restora
tives, and that I find yours vastly superior to any other I
know. It entirely cleanses the head from dandruff, and
with one months proper nse wilt restore any person's hair
o the original youthful color and texture giving it a healthy,
soft aud glossy appearance, and all this without discoloring
the hands that apply it. or tb. dress on which it drops. 1
would therefore recommend Its use to every one desirous of
having a fine color and texture of hair.
itespectruuy xours, wiuiu niriu.
TTT A gentlemen of Boston writes to bis friends la New
To your inquiries 1 would reply that when I first eommenc
ed using Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, my hair was almost
white, and had been so Or the last ten years, and it was very
bin on the top of my bead, and ver loose, and pulled out
reely, but I found that before I bad used the second bottle
np (which was eight weeks) my hair was entirsly changed to
a original color, (Uzht brown) and is now fiee from dandruff
end quite moist. I have had my hair cut hve or six times
sluce the change and have never seen anything like while hair
starting from tbe roots, and It is now as thick as it ever was
and doe not eome out at all; 1 has proved in ray case all
that I could wish or ask.
July 1,1854. Yours. &c
GASBivix,Ale., June 23, 1855.
Ma. Dvxxr Dsar Sir il have nsed two bottles of Prof.
Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say it is the great,
ost discovery of the age for restoring and changing th. hair.
Before using it, I was as gray as a man of seventy. My hair
has now attained its oricmal color. Yea can recommend it
.to. the world without th least fear as my case was one of tb.
worst kind. Yours, 4c, DANIEL N. JIUKPilV.
St. Loots, .March 7. 1854.
Paor. Wood : My hslr commenced falling off some three
or four years since, and continued to do so until 1 became
bald. I tried all tb. popular medicines of the day, bet to no
effect. At last I was induced to try your celebrated Hair
Restorative, and am happy to say It is doing wonder, l nave
now a fine growth of young hair and cheerfully recommend
to 11 similarly afflicted. A.C. WlLLMAatHM.
133 Second Street.
N.IEWhsr tho object Is to Testore gray hair, persons
should be careful to use tbe Restorative containing sediment,
for other purposes lb. clear Is as good. aiif 13
rgf Prepared and sold at 114 Market St, between
4th and 5th, St. Louis, Ma, and 81C, Broadway, New
For sale in Nashville, at .Manufacturers prices, by
Also for sale Prof. Woods Oriental Sanative Lini
ment and Vegetable Magio Life Pills, warranted better
than any other, or ths money in all cases refunded. See
circular for all necessary infonnation,witb agents.
eotSO d t-wAwly inside.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 10 FRONT ST., NEW YORK.
Particular attention given to GRAIN, end all Southern
I3T Refer to BaLOWBY,Esq, CasblprBankof the
Tl 11 V V .
itepuono, a . marie em.
WANTED A DRY NURSK, who cm bring testi
moniala of eood character, can find a, first rats Dlaaa.
with good wsges and light work, in the family of a geatle
man, wno reaiues in ue suDeros. Kot particular as to
coior or religion. Apply at tats omce. spi3 dst
COAL, COAL, Persona wanting Coal bad better raaks
it convenient to call at Kelly Yard, 83 South Co
legv eucet, eony on jaosaey. apriB 5t
rpIipsyA, May -22, Sweepsraxe fcr untried S
FRlDAVleSa PrrmVf.ln?'. IV,. tan int. it. .
bestinllvo. 1 - " - T" '
SATURDAT'. sitfi . iw.tij'k...L, S
Heals, 7 -r '"i- l"-t"pf iftiKS"
j. o. ruxows
w. x. amrraa
r, gi5"r"WBS. HUNTER,.
QE & R A L A GEN a
( 5lO S9 f!hrt Ml.. o. tlO
I -..Sucu nave rarmd n i h.-
renting Hms? Co&toVntf Act ' " iB
e.refer tothe baiinesjmea of Naville generallyi
Nahvllle.Feb.?. 1855. J
z " v n
yr K HqsTK&a.
THE Bnderai?ned would resn?cfjllr inCm, v- t.
X chiatset Nashville and Dealers in Pn... .uV!"
havabnen rTijinl rSlrvl Almit. V.h.iii. v',t. . ,7--
iMtaTc? . ..
D 0 POSTS-CELEBRATED RIFLE POWDER.
TE.VNE3SKK B CASTING POWDE , and
TOT. BECKFORD & CCS SAFETY FDSSL-
And tbatthey will krep constantly; oa bakd large supplies
ofthasa ne, which they will furnish ie-tfee- Trade oa liber
al terras. H. E. F. CHEATHAM,
Corner College h Church sts ,
marlff Nashville, Tenn.
piFLS POWDKR. BRANDED D V P O.N T S
lb V O W I) E R. and harino- mr nam. "on !.'
keifs, bein effered for sale ia .Naahvilfa. and Bithr
Messrs Dunoat ACo.normvseliaviiw aantsneh
,!. !r a .1..? -ii .
epoEsiWa for the quality of such powder (even when oar
brand sre on it except such is purchased from or through,
Messrs. M. S. E, F. CHEATHAM, the Agents .of' Messrs.
Dupant A Co. J. W. DONOHQB.
Cmcinnau,.Marchljtii, 1S56. mar22 dtf
DEMOVILLE & BELL,
No. 26 Cherry at, 2 doors from corner Union.
CtOD LIVER OIL. Hegeman, Clark A Ca'sCod
J Liver OiL fast received, warranted fnsh .nt mnnm.
For sale by DEMOVILLE & BELL. "
OPS. Fieb Hops received and for sale bv
ur.iiu vii,ijs HELL.
POTASH, Received and for sale by
' DEMOVILLE A BELL
ATH B K ICRS Received and for sale by
SPONGKS Fine Bathing Sponge; Burgeons' Sponge,
semi extra fine; rtceived and for sate br
DEMOVILLE A BELL.
DURE BRANDIES AND WlNES-ForMedi'
JL cai purposes, received and for sale by"
mar!9 DEMOVILLE A BELL.
VAKNISHES, OILSr Aic-rCopal, Coacn and Ja
pan Varnish; Linseed and Lard Oil; "White Lead.
A..' f 1 nminlt.I an. ... .
ur nub DJ ASIU1U V lAiAib S AlEAOj
SWEEDISU LEECHES. A large (apply received
and tor sale by DEMOVILLE A BELL.
OLD FOIL. Abbey's Gold Foil always on aaadj
viu ior aaie oy
maris DKilOVILIJi A BELL.
ltlG ARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFFS-Justre-
S ceived full supplies. DKMOYILLE A BELL.-
Ol'ICES Pepper, Ginger, Allspice, Mace, Nutmeg,-
viiuuamoo, uioves, Asingia&s, uiiaime, txc tic.
AlbHtVlU-cl A 11 tL L,
. No 26, Cherry at.
A. B0B2TB, S.S. WTT.I.T1W, J30. A. TUKE&,
JOHNSON, HORNE Jt CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OROCElia.
GemsalitioEand Forwarding 'Mercbaats, and Stertrs of
lotion ana xooaeco. ,
nsr ofMarltt and Sroad HU., SathvttU.Tiax.
inly 8. 1858.
WE have a Wagon running through the principal,
streets of the city delivering food sold at onr honsa.
ou u filers uanuea to tue anver win receive prompt at. en
1.1 9 , . , . .1 . - i , . '
juim, n i Me s xiuiib.N
JRISH POTATOES 1(1 bags late Red Potatoes, just
received and for sale by
maia jui.it, iiva.Mi a riuiiK.
FIFTY bags Mesbanock and Loudon Lady Potatoes
Just received and for sale low by
marl4 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN.
fNK hundred bags Flour, just received from Port
f itoyai ana iiasoo s alius, and tor sale Dr,
JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN.
marl4. NoH2. Broad way.?
TR1SH POTATOES . 175 bbls Extra ineMeahan.
A. nock and Pink Ere Potatoes iast received from Cincin
nati ana ion aie Dy JUU1I, AfXttriU A MULlUt,
apra no 12. Broadway.
A DDED to their already large stock of Staple and Fan-
XJk. cy irry uooos, tne anaersigned are now receiving
daily large additions, making it not. only the LARGEST
but also tho MOST PERFECT AND EXTENSIVELY AS-
SORTED STOCK tbey have ever before had in their pow
er to offer to tbe retail merchant.
MORGAN A CO-
mar29 dlf 49 Public 3auare.
THE FINE BLOODED HORSE
S TACXP OLE,
WILL stand fen miles west of Columbia, lrv
Maurr county. Tennessee, at $20 the sea- H VC)
son. Mares will bs kept for two months upon
pasturage tret oi cnarge, unieia extra l ceding a required.
Maies not in foal can be returned next Spring wiihont
chartre. Stacxpou is one cf the Unrest and best bred
sons of imported Leviathan, dam by old Stockholder.
The following is a list of the imported bloeded horses, and
the winning of their colts from 1839 to 1851, taken from
J. J. Skinner's Turf Register:
Old NaUns' Stockholder,
Old American Eclipse.
It will be seen from the above the creat superiority of
the horsa Leviathan, over any horse on record. "Like pro
duces like." Staekpoleisone of his largest and best bred
sons, 16j hands high, of fine blood on dams aide, and
upon the whole is a full head and shoulders above any
native horse in tbe State. His one year old colts took
premiums at the Pair in Columbia a three year old also
is a buggy horse. Stackpole was a superior racer, having
won three of his races at two beats each, orer the Nashville
and Gallatin Courses. Forftrther information tes adver
tisement in Columbia Mirror.
JAMES H. WEBSTER.
For tbe Complete Cure of Cough. Cal,
Influenza, Antliraa, Broncnltls, Spitting
of Blood and all oilier Lung Complaint
tending to Consumption.
THIS preparation Is getting into us4"all orer our country.
The numerous letters we receive from our various s-
gents, informing us of cures effected la tbelr Immediate
neignooinoous, warrant us iu,saying it is nneoi tne nest, u
not tbe verv best Coueh Medicine now before tbe public
It almost invariably relieves and not unfrequenlly cures.
tne very worst eases, tvnen an otner rougn preparations
have failed, this has tellev.d tbe patient, n l)rogritJ, deal
ers in Medicines, and l'hyikitns can testify. Ask th. Agent
In your nearest town, what bas been bis experience of the
effects of this medicine. If he has b.tn selling It for any
length of time he will tell yoa It is the best medicine extant.
ceiow we give a lew extracts irom letters we cave receiv
ed latelyregardlng tbe virtues of this medicine.
Dr.S. S.OslIn, of Knoxvllle, Ga., says: I have been
nslntr vonr Liverwort and Tar very extensively In my nrse-
tlc Ut three years past, and, It Is with pleasure 1 sute ray
Deuel in us superiority over au ototrarucies wiui vuui i
am acqualnted,for which it Is tecommended.
Messrs. Fitzgerald St Brenners, writing from Vraynesvllle,
N. C- says: "The Liverwort and Tar is becoming dally
mi.a ruir.nl. r In thl. AnUntrV.Snd WO think l&StlVSO- All
who have tried it speak In commendable terms pftt,andsay'
Ills very beneficial In alleviating tbe complaints for which it
Our Agent In Pickens District, S. C Mr S. R. McFall,
asures us tbat he uses Ilwitb great beneS.1 In his own family
andrecommendsittofaisnelibbors." Hegires antnitanee
of a negro woman la his vicinity, who had been suffer log
with disease of tho Lungs for years, attended with sever
cough, who was relieved by the Liverwort and Tar.
Such are the good reports we hearof this Medicine from
all parts of the South. For a report of the surprising cures
It bas performed in the Western and Northern and Eastern
States, we would invite the saffering patient to read tbe pam.
Ehlet which accompanies each bottle. To all we say, have
ope, bava hope!
Try tb. Medicine!! Ba warned In season!!! And neglsct
not that cough which is dally weakening your constitution,
Irritating tour tbroat and lungs, and Inviting on tbat dread
disease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing rem
edy can be obtained as Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and bas Imitations. The genuine
anlale Is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper
around each bottle.
Price, One Dollar per Bo tie. or six Bottles for Five Dol
lars. Sold wholesale and. relall by SCOVIL & MBAD,
111 Chartres SU bet. Conti add St. Louls,N. O., Sola Agent
for the Southern Stales, to whom all orders and applications
for Agencies must bo addressed. Sold also by .
Ewtn Brothers, Berry & Demovile, A. K. Roscoe. Thos.
Wells, and Q.W. llendershott, Nashville, Tenn , and' by all
other Dmgtiststbroagb tha Slate. ' nnl2 d&lrlwly.
COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE,"TENJ ESSES.
WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor,
(lats or itei sraracs.)
pHE subscriber haa recently taken this well
X known eslabuahment is refitting sad thor- Iih
nnirblv rannvalintr it and hmv enon tn have it In '"
,.K Mm.4i,.n . . r,r ,A V Z7ar1nw in ITIT hoSS 111 thlS"
city. The Proprietor hopes by his exertiona and the of
hi AsaiaUnt, (Mr. Craddoek, who formeriy presided at
the City Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be-
i : : j i .t.. - ki:. ..J'maua that no DaisS
shalTbe spared on his part, to merit the approbationof
.. . r . , : . v. i k ... .imrtamr. 1 la res-
uobb wnomay jaiormai wiiu,iu r-
pectfully BoliciUa trial cf his house. Mam,
fcb26-dtwAw tf.t WM. ROBERTS,
C? UGAR. 86 hhds fair to choice Louisiana Sugar;
O-- 60 bbls doable rennea vrusnea aaga
j a f.. ..t.i,. - - wpf nottnoN no
WH GORDON ACQ.
An esoreasfci ws j
im .rji; w- --
er tk hiik. t
Tear -. , wte4 by SSveMeOieriFsestry,
woa.row-reSx. . azxzsoais xmu
. i" " ' 'TBI DOB I 'BlAtTXT Am rsXM 3TSOJS TA1.
EO.tTALkE.THK CIKCtTLATIOX XEGITLATS THE
K . ' '4 iBTsmCH tJk
U 1 J f
mlCtfa SfWlSfclS. fallatilfi.! nf T.rrlf
the estaaUshsamt of dli mii.tinn -a. ui.
of- PHrifytBir. tcer.btoaa aa4-reetarik7tle sIAl ia Wiia
?7,t:Ka4waj's:eJ jizAefui. Kadwaj'.
Kepitatorv; In cartas: Pe ptiet,of eoaehs, aentestlaL,
wiiuw, " - "
.and arce. bUUoa-rem lrt ad
trpbas, ebagtesjiaad aU es tallow 's
'The poaittve virtues of Ealwij's Renovattnr Kemlrect, In
resionng us tonjumpuvato HMlln, sm curiae
Bronchitis, .ItHnns, W Hea4sxhM sad Dysyefrti
IOW; DCSEASE1T ACTION: JSEdfiMBsttESTASUSHZD
r AD THK BLOOD IllPUKS.
Aerest error haaJber iravalleJ Ia.03 Binds at n!tc:
men, That Impurity of U.MaQIJ th tauss ot dlHwued
action.?'. TU Is a eriot- aebtske. It Is a dMrea of
- cfaimUMsB, and the. establishment ofdbeawd itiUa,
thateauserteipariti or the blood. . , : '
I?.B K-7r- H- theory h .lds th. troth ortba above saaxiBs,
rorTTa pessoa be ins state of pcrfeet boelta, each artery
aa vela aoat carry ia and trom-th lusatt-lte allcUt.1 po-.-itoa
or bloody and when, any aH oaVveMta rerase (be th.
ft?" yhat li may) t3 carry UeU propoitiM, Um carrtet of
S.'!?.V cosaes damBed apv It other, votas, a coarwKIOH
P .f'S Plln to a greater or. less exieat. Here,
U..2T- th,?.1bmlat; or diseased. . acUon wbieh.U not r
bn,rillv!?nPn into lananuaatlosraBd, the dtoeaj
thSZS9' DedaeUoabeWioe. MteUskd,
the i??n?;?.M,B,,r',"1 t-ertiSaxity oraetisaoa
IomI iim.fTTr v.. ijiwibj sj lopataisiBs; witn tae
tWi.?JSih , eo,m!' av6Ivedla th. dle?lty. That
srm.. . .0f V,?ile any cae taU to mtad hU
mJ!tf&s aAt-' lMri-lelty ay b
VSZiSSfLJ?? 1 o.in orbloodVaBoantlae
.aometlmas to.aa inSsaaiilon about t AroatTowlnr toi
mSaSiSSJS tirealauon ;VaVwl7.t
5l B"50wum ttT.,hUUraaft.
S5i?J? . v .47a4 ff rerlsh. his bead stopped lip, pSliaid
tJJfi? IU idcosrAitb.yfitfc.t
jainftjp sym ptomsi Ha b-.ust Wawav'a
stored tha regularity on the part of la l'vM.sttn, toriel
otc, which bad been- broken. In upon bv tin eases of tha
sore throat, Kegularlty balrgagitadstahlWhed, tfce lauiHrs,
blood is soon DurlSed. and tha rfrfnTifanmln uuiluj
and the health restored.
Possess this great power of
RO.UAL1ZING THS CIRCULATION,
And regulating all tie organs of the body lo a natural and
Badway' Regulators peases properties that all other
rills are deficient In. aadari tha onlvnitl. In niaUiat nn
betaken for any length cf tLaa wlthoat Weakening the system.-,.
They always tesve the system in sheatthy condiUen; th.
liver, bowels, heart, pancreas, kidneys and. skin regular,
and ready to discharge their several funeUOns without re
course to unnatural means.,
Kvery dose ofRadway'e Regulators thatjire It be will
Infuse sew life, fresh strength, and sound health, to tb.
weak, and feebl body.
AS A FAMILY PHYSIC,
one or two. of Rad way' .Regulators. wUT answer a better
purpose than castor oil, common pills, bine pills. Lea's or
Bilious pills, oifaay other cathartic, bllloas, drastic, purga
tives: sails, or senna. Tha Regulators will quickly opes
the bowels, fore, a natural paasag., and will leave th.
whole system in a healthy state.
How the K. R. K. Hemedlea rtised Hri. Sarah A. Unnh
fro Hi a crippled and helpltas oMdiOoa to sound hsalih,
after tie skill of four of tax rrort laamed pbyslciaBs In
New York had &Hd to rUey-hr,lrs. Parker, Reese,
Wardle, aadJtaelelan. - '
BRAD HSS LSTTWri
"January 3, IAM.
ifMrs.,Kadsvay & CoI tried your Ready Relief, and
hadmyJotaUrubbedwlthit,and I aarerfeltpalaaKer th.
'Srsttea minutes 1 was rubbed with It up to the prceeat time.
Sirs,-'l do notTtnaw wbaLCs compare it to bat a charm; for
it Is a mystery to me. Iwasa cripple for two years, and had
not the proper um of ra) limbs for three twit.- I was worn
down to a skeleton." I than commenced tha use of your
Ready Keller, Kesolrent,ind KeguUtors. "The pain leftoie
la ten minute, and I began ta gain strength very fast, and
could walk with ease- la a lew weeks.- be&ira 1 beard of
jour remedies I was taken to 'Dr. Parker, Br. Bees., Dr.
Wardle, Dr. .Vscletan, and many other phaatdsn n tola
city, I cannot now remember. I was completely palled to
pieces by them. Mv constitution waacomDlet.lv brakes.
up with mediclaes that did ma no good, t could net pat a
foot to the around nor nick ana ns: I was liitad and car
rled np and down Hairs like an. InJknl; and aow, thane
boai oy tne use ot your remeoiei, i ua a strong as ever.
I had tha common rheumatism Isnammatorv and chronic
and the palsy;- Yoa can publish this. If yoa ilk.
HAUAH A. MUUUH,
Sltaeth St., between tb. 7th add Bl&areaiie, N. Y.
December S5tb, 1855.
MITIES. December 31st. 165J.
FHBK- FROM. PaIN A5B
WaLKSD wjtu xase.
JEPTHA O AEDI5EE. . .t
A severe fall ; Injury ot she knee pan-; ExcratlaUng palo :
iiraaiy arrival; Baceessrat etncacy.or Ksdway'a Bead
Dresden, Weakly Co.,"rena, Dc31, 1865.
,..," n ,..i.n.,ui Mls.wig I1H.jUV UWIli, UUk
for many ysare I have been afflicted with Bbenmatlsa, and
on tho e7eniBg of Decesaber Slab, ISM, while walking- in
my yard, I fell with great violence on tha lc, brulatog ths
knee nan very' badly. Ifartber eertlf7,lhat on tb. aoove
day Mr. Joan J. Benedict, a travelling agent of Badway &
Co., arrived at this place, and bearing of ay heavy fall and
the terrible complaint tbat afflicted me, recommended m.
to apply Badway' Beady Kell.f,whlch I did, and taavery
abort time the pain erased, ths swoIUnr abated, and I an
now able to walk without tha uie.of my ciHo, free from
pain. I hare tried several other remedies, bat found no
relief. In cases or extreme pain, Radwsy'sReody Relief 1
far preferable to all other remedies, if any one doubt th.
truth of tbiseenlneale, let them call on meat my residence,
orwritatomo at Dresden. Tain., and I Trill five tbsm full
Information. JEPTH A GARDLXLSK.
For years Mr-Gardinler bad suffered tbe torturlae naiu
of Rheumatism. U was unable to walk Without the aid o f
a stick. On the 2Sth of December ha first triad the K. H.
Relief. On tne 31st he could walk withoat aid and frea from
pain. Let all who are crippled orbed ridden think of this.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Radway' Ready Belief -and Kadway'a KeznlAtora ara
positive curative for Agno and Fever. Let those afflicted
take from two to firs of Radway's Regulators eVery night,
and a tea spoonful of Ready Kelief In water, oa riling In the
morning.and twice durlnc th day thee, will amn rrra th
jytUmfrom tha poison oLssue,
How the R. R. B. Remedies reetar consumptives to health,
stops us ravages oi aecay, neai.uicts ill th. Inns an 4
throat,' cares asthma, bronchitis, chronic coughs, sad .11
diseases and complaints it th. throat, lungs-aad cheat.
Persons who hare been troubled with chronic sore throats.
tubercles in tbe lungs, bronchitis, or glandular aJeetlon.
are informed that the B. B. B. KemedJes wilt care them ef
these terrible diseases on the same principle. Let th Ready
Belief be applied externally on ta chest and iraasd tha
throat. This will effect an-lmportant and wends rf ally bes
eSciat result. It will get np a powerful eounter-Imtaliar
ore. nd withdraw frora tha slanda of tha throat all aac
rested blood that may Interfere wl b th respiratory orgaas.
Psrsens troubled Wltb asthma, hard and dial cult brsaiilir.
sharp pains when taking lorg breatbr will find an bmeii
ate relief after an application of Badway Ready Belief. In
cases where tha lungs are diseased, wo'givo Radway's B
solveot. Ths action of this medicine resolves awar tb dis
eased deposit. It heals all ulcers, and removes tabercle.
Ws have known -persons, who had no Idea ef aver- rklnr
from sick bed, to be restored to sound health wills not a
particle of consumptive material In thsirbodlra to teHea
aecay. jtaaways uegaiatora, in wessreasec, Aeep the sy
Um regular, and equalize tbe circulation of tha Mood.
THE ROYALTOUCH. "
How the R.R.ResolTent cured the -King's Evil, sflera con-
gros oi crowned monarcqsiaueaur lestors uacscpucaBi
to health. '
THB FIRST SIGN.
Theortseace of simple, blotches: rHutebtetaen. rash.
little sores, painful iUhlnp.bol flashes, sr sure indi
cations of tho presence of foreign and Impure humors la ths
sysiam, ana jr allowed. to mingle wiu u. oiooa ana remara
In the system, corrupting tbe blood and filling th. tewtr of
the body with impurities, cores and ulcers will break- out
and cover tne body with their repulsive presence.
Tha skin, under these poisonous Influences, becomes an
eruptive volcano, exhibiting lo tha eye th. dhfgosttBg lava
of disease tn the form of salt, r earn, cancers, aieer, fever
sores, outrld nesa. klna's evil, taa the most friaatfal eruii-
tloos of the skin. , ,
Bad way's Ready Resolvent ess cured lb moil Urrlhla of
skin disease and humors. 11 wifliieverfall la.lfee worst
LARGE HOLES IN THE NECK. .
An Emlrrant called upon us a few month sInes.who had
been troubled with tb disease called King's EviL He bad
two very large bole In hi neck, and his head,' body and
legs were covered with the most disgusting' and stckealsg
sores. tVe Immediately placed "him under the inlaeaea ot
tbe Resolvent. In six weeks from the time ha eaetedunon
as every sore was healed. NoteVena tore was left apon bis
body tn remind him or th King' Evil.
This man, ilk thousand of other deluded petsea, had
thrown himself prostrated before two Emperors, foor Kings,
and one daoen.to be touched bvthe fingers or Eofslty, b
Having tbat the handier their "most sacred.' saajeatle
would drive awar ths eviL" Th. Kenovatlmr Resolvent
.ud mora power In restoring this poor -deluded vietim of a
cruel disease to a sound condition of body, than aU ths
aiug. auu uuavuu oa toe varuu
BOILS CURED BY K.R. RESOLVENT,,
Lima, Indiana, Dee. 13, 18SS.
Messrs. RadwavA Co.. Chemists. N.Y Send u two
dozen of R.R. Resolvent. I have batin sorely aSUeted wkh
bolls. 1 have been tormented with these' disagreeable ex
crescence for more than two years. I tried all ala as of
medicine without eSeet. I conuneaeed the Betolveat. One
bolila cured me entirely. 1 have since reeorossenaed It to
others. Yours truly, K.U. WK16HT.
163, Fulton stret,XeJfrk.
Sold by Druggists, Merchants, and Storekeepers every
where. , j"
log an appreciation for valhaKe reading, wb'ieblsbelag
rapidly destroyed by' tbe circulation of superficial and so
phistical books. To tbe reading man the literary Intelli
gence aloa most reader it very desirable; aad to au who
wish to promote an Improvement in taste, tea easosrag
ment of merit, and. an uncomproraisijig roudeasstation of
vicious style, mock sentiment, and evil ptiaeteles,
such aa enterprise cannot at least, should not b iadlt.
'"Tornembersof HUtoricaL Literary, and SeieellSaSfl.
oeties, Lyceums and Debating Soclstiee, tb- sfeeti dbt
erased in this paper wUI at all time prove of 9lir in
terest, and ilia the design of tbe odtton ita ' tbwswbly
canvasafrem time to time those Important. philoscpSieal
questioH which agitate all Uqairira; mW eorrtetiBg
false theories, and encouraging profitaole' InvwstlaUon.
The Criterion la published si' 83 per a-, pajsW.
yearly, half yearly, or quarterly la adrasee, gfeeianw
jan 16 lawS w 118 Noeead KreeiO. T.
ONE THOUSAND GOLD AND Stf.VEK
WATCHES TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION -
JUST received oa'coasigameot, to be sold at Aaetw.
withoat reserve, over ona. thcusaad Gold ura Silver
Watches. Amorg this large aasortrneBt wilUba foaad
Watcbea from the beat raakett bx Liverpool, vis Joeepb.
Johnson, 25 Church street, Liverpool; Coc p sr,Loo don;
M. Jjrobias,Briadle, Stevenav iXmier, ofLonAsa, Duplex,
Indepadea tSecoBd, Ac ev
ALSO-$15,000. worth of fine Gold Jewelry AoEga
wh jsh wUI befoBfld,someof lie ncbs ej8slS4o
Caaieos, Mosiac, Ac, ever got op. aw
ALSXJOff-ooaalgnffienvhn" sold &t Aae4f7B laraa
awortfgwntlof.Boa.asqtfcaerr.-.Cleshg'l FaaT Geeda,
Nftlois; Ac "Sale, ta ecsarrBe everynight ail o-ose-
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