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NASHVILLE,TENN. THURSDAY, APHIL 17, 1856.
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UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE ( OHMEK CHURCH AND CHERRY STREETS.
THE WEiatLV.DKlON AND AMERICAN isfonushed
to sribse.-ibers al S 00 per annum in advance
TheTRWfEEKLY is published every T uad ay, Thursday
and Saturday, at (5 00 perannenr, ia advance; if not
paid in a dvance, $6 00.
The DAlh r is published at Eight Dollars.
tar.TIIB MONEY, LN AUL CAHEtJTO ACCOMPANY
suBscRiraoN&3 .
Kcmittanceii-of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
risk.
So paper wi?l be aent out of the State.onless the .order is
accompanied with the cash.
I3f We wish itdistiuctly understood that no paper will
be discontinue until all arrearages are paid, except at itie
option of the publishers.
T. & W, EAKIN & CO,
NO. 4S PUIiLIC SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
WE 3IAYB JUST RECEIVED OCR
M7i w rm
JL
prill
To which wo again respectfully call the'aUention
ft
. A C. ECCQX.
G. C. ALUS.
BTJRGE & ALLEN,
Successors lo T. O. Burgt & Co.,)
Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding aa'd, Commission
MERCHANTS,
-'And Deiltrs in Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco, &c
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND. SPRING STREETS,
Nasiville, Tewr
WE are just in receipt of the following Groceries:
200 Jibds prime lo choice Sugar
15i) barrels rebelled .Molasses;
U0 do do ,-t
2M) Loaf, Crushed, and Powdered Sugar;
30 Lags Ato Coffee; ti-
25 bairs Old Gov. Java Coffee:
iO bJirsXasruyra do'i ' . .,,.1
75 barrels Mactecel, Nos. 2 and';
ifi K barrel 8 do do
do.
75 boxes Scotch Herring;
8 Tierces Figs;
390 .bores Riisins, assorted ;
luO .Paiated Buckets; ,
5 XefcUTubs. -
j, n.50 box Tobacco, assorted brj:nds
00 kes ot Nails;
800 Deinijohns;. ,
kS00 pro. ilatehes;
JS bags S S Aluicnds;
Vo boi;s Pej.per,
0 bagj Spice; , M. . ,
8 casis Dutch Madder, ' ,.
5 Ceroonsbesl Indigo; ' . '
SS boars fine starch;
do bar Soap;
100 do Star Caudles;
50 do Tallow Candles;
100 do Cbefse assorted kinds;
fPO barrels Pike and Wiltshire Whisky;
lurrels lUbertson cvuaty do
100 barrels .Itye, Uourboa and Smith Roserre "Vbnrr.
With aKeneral Sl&tik of llrandies, Wines, Gin, 4c. to
gether with a supply of Eongwortb's Native Catawba
liraady and Sparkling ine.
uarll. C.
llUPwOE & ALLEN.
KIM-: itKANIHES.
Tn'VK half Pines superior Old French
Urandr of the
15UKGK & ALLEN.
I? TMtafieol lsll
"OOWUKTJI'ii Kaiire Caiawba Grape Uruodiea
Ll
(i lrr do
FTleby Twrll BORHE & MAJBt.
ubovEit s;ei.
A LARGE lot of Fresh Clorcr Seedjus' recc-Ted and
for rale br niaria BDBGt. & ALLh.N.
TXTHA 1'AJiILY FLOUIt We are jnst iu re
JLL ceiptoriOObajs ana u ddis
BUKGE i ALLEN.
MOBG-ilH & Go., ti.
iNO. 19, PVULIC SQUAIIE,
KASHVIXLE, TEI1KESSEE.
ABE NOW RECEIVING THE
ASD BV FAR THE MOhT DESIRABLE STOCK OF
STAl'LE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS-
EYKi; UKRBTOFOKE BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET,
AND TO WU1CU THEY INVITE THE ATTEN
TION OF
PURCHASE It S.
marfi, o(.
Latest
131 P OUT AT ION
OP
'Spring1 CSoods for 1856,
A. J.' DUWGAW & CO.,
T EK. AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
iV FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DV GOODS,
NO.
WE are now
Stock ot
reoMTinr flirtci fnmi Jlanulaclurers, our
STAl'LE AND FANCY BUY
GOODS, corapn.
in ' a ceoerai nssorimeni, nicn we
pledi. wreehS to -! "I" most lavorable .enos to
' snl .L-Hi-r, o-t WTite the attention of Hie trade to
StL-r.rgota large .ine
our stock of Goo-m no
of nuESJi
;oods AC
l verv puptriornnality, n2: . ,
Parii atripe -Poult V ' Saie
V Inrocade i(
:!ii.ian B-aCk
SilH
" of all widths,
i'rench I'Mnted Orpwrtie '
do do and solid ced i;argas.
do do BobcsofnexT-style.-. ;
Un-lishand French Berates ?f Mylesand quality,
F.enrh and linglish Brillianle.iof tew style,
Freed, and English La ns of alf styles,
rjiilith aod French Painted Jac inw,
LVbroidered Siss and Jaconet Dresses and Robes
Niw Sttle, , . .
Swiss and Mull Musliur, Jaconets nid Cambrics
Inserting, Edgirg. ..aces, Embroioenos and Trim-
mines of the greatest variety,
Bonnet KiMwasof every variety ot style.
Winning and solid colored Ribbons,
Cracoiufall i-olors, . .
Hcatry, GloveJ, Supenders, and trimming generall,
CLOTHS, r.SSIMi:itES. VETINfiS,
COTiONAFJ3. N.VNK1SS, LINEN'S, of every variety
offtvlestndqualitv. , ,. , . .
Ensliah, French and Amencan Fancy and solid colored
1 "ack nnd colored EngKsh and French Carahrics and
Laytons TnmmuiBS
- IHeachcil and Brown Muslins and Drillings.
Bd Ticklog', Apioo Checks, Striped Oasabetg?, Ac.
Wc witl be adding o oor present .dock bv Railmrd and
steamers tbitmgbom the seaoi. which will enable us at
&U tiruos to disidty the newest sty le o! Goods.
1 A J DUNCAN i CO,
jpaflS No Jo Public Square
-yT j; it sTlTTTTi -
n.... itiiuiliril P:tcknsts of Sttlttlc (rood.
WK are thw dav receiving bv Bteaniers trom l'iitturg
Onehuadred pacltugesof Merchand'e,coc3istuigof
Bed Ticsings, ""f """""'li'p
Bleached Doirctic, ' Pnnts,
Hl'.i Dnlhn. .American Liwns, As.
Direct flora thellanulactures, which we are teibng at the
.by.bepac.asoc.c
n'ii. 70 Public r-qiuri
ADDITIONS will ! e made to our Slock, by trrnma
hrVTl Jt thr ii .bout the seaison. A. J. D A. CO.
110 BERT MOOKE7
CoEiamissioiB xHcrclaiiati
Ciiicmnali, Uliio.
Coatinuest.giv.-l.i.i b.st attention to the Furehaw and
d .rt.rie.of Domestic Manntacture.
Propariy ot all Ltnds i.mvarded promptly. f
mat:'. "(" tt
Wholesale Pealesv
25fo. Public Square
NASHVILLE, TENjN.
STOCK.
1575 Packages Assorted Merchandise
r J1AVB recovwl and would oUerUi the trade a large
I awl most deNirable tf-cfc f new and beautiful Goods.
Tiietock i ciAiMNwedivf an ext-oded variety it Foreign
and DoBJWtic 1,r" Uod; B.kiU. SiH-es and Brogans; Hats,
UiH.BCti'. Umbreilan, Par-nrns, Ac. Ac.
Tlieae Goods wrre purchaA-d with ibcaidof larg- eT
pcriesce and readT mi.ney, and embrace a great number
:,f very cheaply bought articles, admirably suited to the
JCFo?relabi payment, I thill redwi" pmfits several per
cent, wader the tenner custom of tke House, because 1
casaffurdlodoso. ... , . .
le 1 chants who mav desire to purchase Goods at close
nrices. for prompt payment, can promote tbeir infcris! by
P ukiug setecti?ns from this unusually fine stock
.imarll-m uu- DOUULAK.
IKE
PURCHASE? OF
r 1 si
MEDICAL.
UISSOliUTJOff. ....
Td0SR
Bolved bVmutnal consent. Jo.pvBMwjrUiJoae author.
ired to use thename of tbefirm loJc.
NashTille,Jne6lS53.
foraerlT. at tb old stand, where he will be pleased, to see
Listtenyds,Ac..Ac. No. 48. College Streeet.
Mr stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, &c, is now very
complete, having received fresh supplies, Selected by
one of the firm in person, viz : Lubin'a, Bum's, and Mitch
el' Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Wa
tr ; Fancy Soaps ; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style,
Pilluc's and Lubin'a Sachets; Aromatic Chryfclals; Chmr.
Metal and Glass Pad" Boxes, several new styles; Shell
Combs, large stock. Also, have cn band lsdfgo. Madder,
White Lead. Linsead Oil, Turpentine, Ac. je9, '55
TJWllING TACKLE. A large stock selected by
X1 one of the firm, consisting of Genuine Limerick
llooks, plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen, Graveta
iecn, ana Common Limerick Books ;"a splendid assortment
of Lines. Cable Laid Silk and Sea Grass, Spun ana Pj&ted
Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every variety ;
Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac., Ac.
In short, can supply those who can appreciate fine Tackle
with almost every; thing they rcay need for the successful
prosecution of this useful-calling.
"tOD-lilVUK OIL. 6 Gro. genuine Cod-Liver Oil,
J just received from Rush ton, Clark A Co's, by
Tea JO. Q. BKOWN. 43 College Bt,
LEECHES.
uale by
-1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and for
"JO. G. BROWN. 48 College st
f3UKE fllANONGAUELA WHISKY. 5 bbls
X of the above just received, of prime quality ; sold to
us for six years old. '
STONE WAKE, 2,600 pieces Stone Ware, conttsf
ing of Jars, Churns, Jugs, Milk Pans, Batter Crocks
Ac. of every siio, jnst received,
it JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st
P OUTER AND SCOTCH AXE. Constantly on
hand, .Barclay, Perkins A Ca's celebrated London
Porter and Mcin'a Scotch Ale.
je9 JO. Q. BROWN, 43 College st
13EAUI1 SFAKCIl. 25 boxes of u very supensr
. articU of Starch, ju&t received bv
je9 JO. O BROSVN, 43 College st.
II. G. SCOVEL,
IlUIHJniST Ac APOTHECARY,
Xorthide ol the Public Square, three doors,
West of the Nashville Inn.
WHOLESALEand Retail dealer in Dmg3, Medicines,
Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Druggists
Glass Ware, Stone Ware, Paint, Scrub, Slacking, f loor.
Artists, Marking, Dusting, Shaving, Jewell's, Teeth, Grain
ing, Stencil and Hearth brushes.
Perfumery, Bear's Oil. Pomade, Ox Marrow, Pocket
Ildkls., Extracts, Galvanic Curatives, Ac Ac.
-i-iurK
WHITE LEAD SOU kecs Fanneatock s
I Pure While Lead, just reoeived and for sale at Tery
low pncea, Dy
H. G. SCOVEL.
T 1NSEEU OIL 1W-J gallons wnseea uu, rrouiij
Ij received by
H. G. SCOVEL.
J Alll) OIE-iiM) gals
best Uhio Lard Oil, just re
U. G. SCOVEL.
1-J
ceivei by
aO !J FOIL 10 booi3 Dentists uolQ oil, nanes
Abbey's best, received by H. G. SCOVEL.
T Ot
WOOD 520 pounds extract Log Wood, just
XJ received and for sale by
O EEDS S!,000 bushels Clover, Tiniotny, items urass,
O Blue Grass. Orchard Grass, Buckwheat, Stock Peas,
Large Marrow Fat and Extra Early May Peas, and Millet
Seeds.
Osage Orange Seed, for Hedges;
Garden Seeds, Landieth's Iresb;
do do Riseley's do.
1AN1)LE WICK Forsale very low, by theouanti
J ty.by
H.G.SCOVEL-
tOUNTElt TWINE For sale by
u. u. auu v .ii.
A
l.CO tlOL Hoo gals Alcohol, 76, 32 ana S3 per cent,
iustreccived bv H. U. SIA tli.
CANDLES l.Ooo pounds Star and Tauow uanaies
forsale by H. 1). SCOVEL.
CLOVES 200 iKiuads frebb Cloves, just received and
forsale by1 H. G. SCOVEL.
CINNAMON, Nutmegs and tJrouna repper, warrant,
td pure, just received and for sale by nvrr
11. VI. ..
t'miir IIL.I1UL.1P c 4 I1PI. lnttt TW0vfti
jS by H. G. SCOVEU
TA7"lNDOVr C.LASS McUally s orand, 01 aimosiau
vv
sties, tor sale at low pneej, by
ap4
H.G. SCOVEL
NEW ARRIVAL SPRING STOCK.
TWLSH :o call the attention or purchasers 10 my new
,v- r itMHTst AVn SII(H-t which is ianre and one
of the best I ever off-Ted,' consisting of every desirable
shatietind quality forOentlemen, Ladies, Misses, Boys and
... 1 . 1 . .... n ........ ,n H ... n rl V
Uliudien hiyiesaua quniie x pmp "v"wl
in ashort advertistment, which I oil'dr by the case, dezen
or sing! pair. A. B. ROBERTSON,
apri dim MwiiPtRiiirapi
MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE "
COJll'ANY.
ALL parsons indebted to tne iiuiuai rrovecuuu iutu-rKu-H
(!ii jiwnv- are Tenae3ted to call immediately at
theiroffico. No U5 PublicSquare, and settle. Alter the 1st
of Mav next, all nolei and accounts due the Company will
. - . . , . - r 11 . : n
be placed in tue nanus 01 an oiucer iur cuiiruuuu. .
.... T f nwTnc Tpnnaa
arpt lmd
J. L. BOSTICK, TrnF
SITUATION WANTED
T)Y a middle aged centleuian, in a wnoiesaie urocerj
I ,.r iVimmisiunti llnnHe. rather as Book Keeper, Sales
man, or would be willing to fill any other situation in the
House; has had from ten to twelve years experience in the
Grocery Business, bnlarynotso mucn an orgeci asuuj(
emnlin'menl. Good city reference given. Address II.,
mar4 St
WjulTl.Mi I'Al'Ult.-655 bundles Wrapping
1'aner a cood article vihich will be sold at low
prices to close consignment. ,
1. it ntv lr null
C103IE, GENTLEMEN, yoifthat want something
nice m the way of Boots and Shoes, can find them at
College street.
apr4
SNYDER & FRIZZELL.
STILL THEY COME.
T HA.VR another tiae lot of Negr-es ou hand, amongst
1 them a No 1 Blacksmith. Call soou. or you will lose a
bargiin.
apr3
I
UISll POTATOES. 50 bbls Fink bye and Ale-
bhanoch I'otatoes trom Cincinnati, .lust receiving anu
fjr sale bv aprC JOYNT, BYRNE A MULKa.
MON CLOVKS. ShbUOnion etts forsale br
trtwn i)ni!P 1- VnifK
JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN.
Those Heel Boots.
JUST received- bv Express another lot ot those nice
HEEL KID BOOTS for Ladies, at 57 ColleeeSt.
Harl4
NEW FIRM.
WE have this day associated with us in the Grocery
Business Mr. GEO. N. CARICO. The business
will hereafter be conducted under the style of RUSSELL
A SCOTT A CO. I). W. RUSSELL,
nur27 , T. J. SCOTT.
U. W. RCSSKLL. T. J. SCOTT. O. . WE1CO.
RUSSELL, SCOTT Ac COj,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AMD COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Beoaowat, NAsnxiiAi, TESSisstt
State Bonds Wanted.
W
-r r v. wikli in Tttirehase f i.oCO of State Bonds.
! 1 til.) uunTtrv
j ijan it diiu w
maris 2t ai Cherry Btreet.
HegTcos ! Negroes!
WE have lor sale some thirty live or forty Negroes,
among them sotre very likely Girls and Boys Also
two of the likeliest families m the Statu, of four and five
each. Also that extra Cook is still on hand Call soon.
Iliarrt3 B0 D & h LES.
.'Hit KKN'T:
K IT 1 K h 11UUI-.K, Wlin O ruouis, UJ ,uu.uii
A. street, Souttuield, near the residence of Jas Woods,
kK, J li K W BKUVYJJI,
,;r5 ' 41K Cherry street.
1.1. 1; lOUNG (JEft lanm P.'11" ,0Sgl
V. So OV" t herrv strtet, opposite the Post Offieel
at C J ZiUTZSCHEl.L'S New Stand, and getsomei .
T llinse imported Gaiters and Shoes, as he is prepared
tuit he tastes of all the beaux. Also, Boots, Gaiters and
Miwsnf bis own manufacture always on hand and made
o older at the shortest notice. apr5 8md
FORSALE
4 VARIETY SrOUK in Memphis with a stock of hm
V. b'oi.lrrns, Faccy Article!, and Toys, amounting t o
b vp.it f .", ip'pvi.
1 .s li . cir onfc ot the kind in the city, has a good rnn
.t riKum, au J will be sj!d a bargain, or traded forproper
tvr pr Nei:p.s.
A-t.lrsT M A , )x 70, Memphis Post 0B:s.
apr.t-oiuT
jrRlJl THE SPRING TRADE SALES
1 N EiV BoOKS. 1 be siibisnher now receiving
anJ will cuntitiiie in lecerc laige additions to this de
psttiB' at ol nis HUSIDPVV
il.S.). on l and a laige afsortment of supsrior Nashville
Mani.tac.uie li.iUl 1Vi:. which will be said under regular
prieet at No 12 Public Squire. BBS J. F. SHIELDS, .
opru Auction Depot.
FOR SALE.
HAND PRESis. ioeiher with types, job and news)
composing stones, cases. Ac , comprising everything
n-quNile ui establish
a Printing omce.
Apply at this
(dtica.
marl 4 3tw
KesifiovsaS.
J .M. Hawkins has removed lm Family Grocery lo a
. room under the Odd Fellows' HalL where he will
keep a full supply of all articles in his line. He will be
happv to see his old customers and as many new ones as
will favor him with a call.
ap2-tf 'L0 .
Hew Goods,
I AM now receiving my stock of SPRING AND
SUMMER GOODS, and would be pleased to show
mem .0 my cummers and the Pf"
feb'O-dlta b r 0 Nq- 54, College tt
AI-SO, just received SCOTT'S Spring and Summer
Fashions.
,TiE W YORK, BREMEN & SOUTHAMPTON
UNITED STATE? MAIL STE ASTERS,
THE ships coraririslDj'thii liue are WASIt
INGTON. 5apt. li Cavendv; HCfU,
sIANN, Capt. Edward liiggiut. These stea
mers stop at Southampton, both Rolugnd retornln;.
rsaroixo uatcs or siiUNa ioit
From Soulh
'amptou Tor
New York.
Wednesday
From
New York.
Saturday.
From
-Tiremen.
Saturday.
HEKHAKN Jan.
-26
23
22
)9
17
14
12
9
G
4
I
Feb.'
Mar
April
May
Jane
July
Aug
Fept
Oct
Nor
Nor
J3
Feb.
VVAfiHlN0T0fi...Fcb
HERMANN Mar
WASHINGTON.. .April
HEK.MASN.......May
WASHINGTON. .Jun
HKKMANN July
WASHINGTON.. .Aug
1IKKHANN... Hept
WASHINGTON. . . Oct
HKRJKSN Nov
Mar
April
Msy
June
July
Aug
8ept
On '
Nov
Deo
75
17
14
J2
0
6
4
1
23
WASHINGTON.. .Nor
Dee
27
lire
KionninntSnnthnmnLmi. both coinir and retniEinir, they
offer passengert proceedlngto Londmi and Havre.advantages
over any oilier route, for the economy of time and monev.
Passage from Ne w York to Southampton and Bremen, First
Cabin Galoon, 130 dollars; First Cabin, Lower Saloon, 110
dollars; Second do. CO dollars.
All letUrs and newspapers must pass through tho' Post or
rice. 'No bills ofladlng will be signed or parcels received on the
day of sailing,
An experienced Surgeon is attached to each ship.
For freight or paswee apply to
C. 11. SANW.'tl South William street, Newport.
C. A. nEINEKKJ(& CO., Bremen,
CROSKEY & CO., Southampton.
WM. JSKLIN, lUvre. Japg3-ly
CABIN PASSAGE .FROM CHARLESTON.
TO N12W YORK,
TWENTY'-FIVE DOLLARS,
Uiiited tic Ulail iLiiic
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEA21
SHIPS. r
Tbrongh in 48 to Honrs.
SEMI-WEEKLY.
Nashville, 1800 tons. M. Berry Commander,
itlririon, J.C00 tons, W.J. Foster, Commander.
Jas. Adger, 1500 tons, S. C.Turner.Comuiander.
Southerner, l.OOOtons, Thoa. Ewan, Commander.
LEAVES Adger s wnarves. every weanes
day and Saturday after Mie arrival of tbe
cars from the South and Wsf, "at high
vcaior n
These Sleamtliips were all built expressly for this
Line and for safety, speed and comfort are unriralledon
.the Coast.
Tables supplied with everyluxury. Attentive and cour
teous Commanders, will insure Travellers by this Line
every possible comfort and accommodation.
Cabinpassage, t25.
Steerage passage i3.
For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Ac
commodations, apply to
HENRY MISSROOM,
Corner East Bay and Adger'a South Wharf,
febl3'66 U Charif stnn. S. O.
NASHVILLE BELL AND BRASS F0TJNDB-Y,
No lift South Front Sireet,
' NASHVILLE, Tcnn.
AB. COOK, practicaFBell and Brass Founder; Mtcces
. sor to We tier A Cook, is prepared to manufacture
to or er. Bells for Churches, Steamboats and Plantations.
Also, Steam Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Gauge,
Fountain and Stop Cocks, Hose and Salt Well Joints, Gun
Mounting, Anti-Friction MetaL
All work made by me with neatness and dispatch, of the
best material, at low prices, and Warranted. janlS ly
For tiae Complete Cure ol Coiilis, Colus,
Influenza, Aotlima., Itroncliit is, KpitiiiiR
of ltlood imd all oilier i.iui Coiuplulnts
tending- to (Jonoumption.
t
ntHIS preparation ia getting Into ure all over our country.
JL The numerous letters we receive from our various a.
gents, Informing us of cures effected ia their iminediuie
neighborhoods, warrant us in saying tt is one of the best, il
not ihe very best Cough Medicine now belore the public.
It almost Invariably relieves and not unfrequently cures
the very womt cases. When all other Cough preparations
have failed, thishas lelievad the pailent.aa Druggists, deal
ers in Medicines, and Physicians can testify. As the Agent
In your nearest town, what haa been his txfwrienee of the
effects of this medicine. If he has b.n belling it for any
length of tlmo he will tell you itls the best.modicine extant.
Below we give a few extracts from letters ivo have receiv
ed latelyregardtng tho virtues of this medicine.
Dr.S. S.Oslin, if Knoxville, Ua., says: I have been
using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively in my prac
tice tor three J ears past, and, It is with pleasure 1 stale ray
belief in Its superiority over all other articles with which 1
am acquainted, for which itis it commended.
Messrs. Fitzgerald & Brenners, writing from Waynesvllle,
N. C, s)s: "The Liverwort end Tar is becoming daily
more popular in this country, and we think Justly so. All
who have tried it speak in commendable terms of it, and say
Itis very beneflclalin allocating the complaints for which it
is recommended.
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. R. K. McFall,
assures uslhathe usesllwlth great benefli iu his own family
and recommends it to his neiihbors." He gives an Instance
of a negro woman in his vicinity, who had been suffering
with disease of the Lungs for years, attended with severe
cough, who was relieved by tho Lberwortand Tar.
Such are the good reports wo hear of this Jludicine from
all parts orthe South. For a report of the surprisingxrures
it has performed in tho Wtsternand Northern and Eastern
States, wo would invite the suffering patient to read the pam.
Ehlet which accompanies each bottle. To all we say, have
ope, have hope! '
Try the Medicine!! Bo warned in teiason!!! And neglect
not that cough which is dally weakening jour constitution,
Irritating j our throat and lungs, and Inilting on that drtad
dlsease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a rem
edy can be obtained as Rogers' S rup ol" Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and base Imitations. The genuine
artlale is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper
around eacn bottle.
Price, One Dollar per Bo tie, or six rtottles for Tivo Dol.
lars. Sold wholesale and retail by FCOVIL & MEAD,
111 Chartres St. bet. Conti and St. Louis, N. 9., Sole Agent
for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications
for Agencies must bo addressed. Sold also by
Ewm Brothers, Berry & Demovile, A. K. Roscoe,Thos.
Wells, and G.W. Hendershott, Nashville, Tenn , and by all
other Drugzlststhroughtbo State. an!2 dAtrlwly.
" JOY TO THE WORLD!
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE KRMEDYI
Hurlejrs Sarsaarilla.
OF all the remedies that have been discovered during the
present age for the "thousand Ills that nsh is heir to,"
none equal tbis wonderful preparation. Only three years
haveelaped since the discoverer ( who spent a decade In
studjing.experimenialliiugand perfecting it) first Introduc
ed il to the public, and it is already recognized by the most
eminent physicians inallpirts oftho country to be the most
surprising nndeffective remedy tjr certain diseases of which
they have knowledge. -
Allother compound or syrups of the root have hitherto
failed lo command the sanction of the faculty, because, on
boing tested, they have been found to contain noxious ingre.
dients, which neutrally the good effects of tliesarsaparilla,
and oftentimes injure tho health or the patient. It U not so
with Hurley's preparation.-
This is the pure and genuine extract of tho root; and will.on
trial, be tounuto enccia ceriauiaau fiuci. mm v. uc .w.-
lowlng complaints and diseases:
Affection of the Bone, Habitual Costiveness,
Debllitv, Indizestion,
Diseases of the Hi Jneys, Liver complaint,
Dyspepsia l'ilei,
Erysipelas, Pulmonary Diseases,
Female Irregularities, Pcrorula.or Kind's Kvll,
Fistula, Syphilis,
And all Diseases of the Skin.
Besides curing tho above, it Is also known to be a giea.
and powerful tonic, purlfjlng the biood and Invigorating the
"fn short, it is without exception, In tho cases mentioned
and iu general effect on the systom, the most eiScacious, as
it is most desirable, remedy of the age. Itis already exten.
aively used throughout the country, and is fast obtaining an
Europern reputation. The insuttccs of cures it has effected
are daily coming to the proprietor's knowledge, and he has
nohesitationln recommending it to one and all who desire to
procure relief from suffering. One bottle being tried, Its ef
fects will be too apparent to admit of farther doubt.
Recollect Hurley's Sarssparllla is the only genuine article
In the market. ,
VT? Price one dollar per bottle, orslx for nvo dollars.
For salt at the manufactory, corner of Seventh and Green
streets. Louisvjlle, Ky. Als ., wholesale and retail by H. G.
PCOV1L. and by dealers in Medicine throughout the United
SUtes. Canada and Mexico. Jau23-d&wly
Sewanee ttouse
COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WILLIAM ROIIERTS, Proprietor,
(LAWOPITBIEEPBINOS.)
THE subscriber has recently taken thi3 well fJRw
known establishment is refitting and the. "Ml
nnirhw nnnniii, it nnrl hones soon to have it in .'''IK it
it.h ,n,;t;nn o l in tin inl.rinr to anv house in lhu
city. Tbe Proprietor hopes by bis exertions and th e of
bis Assistant, (Mr. CraddocE, wuo lonneny preaiueu .
the.City Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be-Ini-
natrnniied hr th tinhlif nnd nromises that no pains
shall bo spared on his part, to merit the approbation of
mose wnomay lavor mm with taeir patronage, acif
pectfully sohcilsa t-ial of-his house.
feb2S-dtw&w tr WM. ROBERTS.
. WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED. "
I WILL furnish comfortable houses to good steady wood
choppers, and give constant employment and good
prices, fmirlS-2m W. S. WI11TEMAN.
GOAL, COAL, Persons wnnung ;oal bad betitr maxe
it convenient to call at Kelly's Yard, 33 South Col
lege etreet, etrly oa Monday, .8prl3 St
DRUGS.
AMPUTATING, COUCHING. CUPPING, Diesociing.
DENTAL, Midwifery, I.YTHOTOMIC TrtpaA.
hing INSTRUMENTS. At th 4 lowest prices bv
apr5 T WELLS.
TTMNE PEN AND POCKET
KNIVES ASSORTED.
XV COLTS', AUeiu and other PistoU, umUX
. atsoiUX PORTE
MONIES and Cjrtl Oiset of Pearl, Ivory, Shell, Buck,
Morocco and Rusbia Leather. SitE and Cotton Pnnsu.
For sale cheap hy T. WELLS.
SILVER, Ivory, liont and Ihrn Hadtd, Sword, Ebony,
Rattan, Hickory and Stetl Walking Canes. By
pr5 'f . WELLS.
HAIR OILS, Pomatums, Hair Urn, Hair Rahra
ileet, FANCY SOAPS, Shaving Creams, TOILETTE
WArERS, FINE EXTRACTS, assorted. By
npr5 ' T.WELLS.
WAX CANDLES, ateorted sizes and colors; Star and
Stxrin Candles: 20 boxes brown and transparent
Soaps. Offered cheap by T. WEhLS.
COUGH CANDY, Pulmonary Wafrs. Javnes' Expec
torant, BULL'S SARSAPARlLLiA, DAVID'S PAIN
KILLER, Sparking GtUetine, ISINGLASS, Tapioca,
ParVd Sago-, Early, T amausds, Preserved Ginger, RICE.
Received by T. WELLS.
ALCOHOL, Brandies, WINES, VINEGARS, 2w,a
sorted, CHOCOLATES, Mustards, HAVANA CI
GARS, Fine TUaccnt My T. WELLS.
I "SAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, of beat qualities; DYE
STUF -S, ASSORTED. WINDOW GLASS, JIoUuw
(JlnsiMie, Stonk Waee, FLOWER POTS, assorted.
Offered low by T. WELIA
TTYDRAULIC CEMENT, htnd l'Uiler, PLasrga Par
JDL J3, Spanish Whiting, Chalk, PUMICE STONE. By
apr5
T. WELLS.
30TASH,Soda, Sal-eratus, Saltpetere, Borax, Cream
Tartar, TARTARIC ACID. For sale by
apr5 ' T. WELLS.
LIFE PRESERVERS, Shoclokb Bbacis, Trusses
.GAME BAGS, Shot JJelis. Received by
apri T. WELLS.
BURRING FLUID and Lamps.
apr5
Received by
T. WELLS.
rlVlII.'f'S French Eacnee.
Macaboy, Scotch, 'And
O DELPKTS HOSKSisUFFS.
uy i. wLiU).
ftfAHOGANY ANU OAK .VENEERS, and
MOULDINGS. Received and offered cheap bv
apro
T. WELLS.
WALL PAPER. 4,000 HOLTS, Fine Satin,
Glazed, Gilt and Velvet Hall and Parlor Papers;
UXGLAZFD PAPER, a large assortment of ury hand
some patterns, at unusually low prices. Gilt, Velvet and
Paper tsoruenng, 1 ire lioara rnnis, uruius, icaicr uu
Centre Papers. Eaceived and lor sale low by
apr5 ' T. WELL3.
HEDGE PLANT. Large sapply of fresh Osage
Oran?e. the American Hedge Plant Seed. Jnst re
ceired and for sale by T. tv ELLS,
sign ol the ilan and Mortar, on aiarxei, opposne
cpr5
Union street, Nashvillp.
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION.
HELM HOLD'S HIGLY CONCENTRATED
C0HP0TJND FLTJID EXTRACT BTJCHTJ
For diseases of the Bladder and Kidney?, Secret Diseases.
Strictures, Weaknesses, and all diseases of the Sexual
Organs, wbetherin Malecr Female, from whatever cause
thsy may have originated, and no matter of how long
standing.
IF you bare contracted the terrible disease which, when
once seated in the system, will surely go down from
one generation to another, undermining the constitution
and sapping the very vital fluids of life, do not trust your
self in the hands of Quacks, who start up every day in a
city like this, and fill the papers with glaring falsehoods,
too well calculated to deceive the young, and those not ac
quainted with their tricks. You cannot be too careful in
the selection of a remedy in these casts.
The Fluid Extract Buchu has been pronounced by emi
nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. Jtisa
medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and very innocent
in its action, and yet so thorough that it annihilates every
particle of the rank and poisonens virus of this dreadful
disease; and, unlike other remedies, does not dry up the
disease in the blood.
Constitutional Debility, brought on by self-abuse, a most
terrible disease, which has brought thousands of the hu
man raca to untimely graves, thus bla&ting the brilliant
hemes of Barents, and blichtine in the bud the glorious
ambition of many a noble youth, can be cured by this
intallible itemeuy. And as a meuiciue wuicu must ueuc
fit everybody, from the simply delicate to the confined and
despairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting both as a
Cure and preventive.
HELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
C0HP0UND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
For Purifying the Blood, removing all diseases arising
from excess ot Mercury, exposure and imprudence in
lite, chronic constitutional disease, arising from an im
pure state of the Blood, and the only reliable and effec
tual known remedy for the cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Scald head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Fains
and Swellings of the Bones, TetterPimples on the Face,
and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skins.
THIS article is now proscribed by some of the most
distinguished physicians in the country, and has
nroved more efficient in practice than any preparation of
Sarsaparilji yet offered to the public Several cases of
secondary Syphilis, Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases
nave enureiy recuTeieuiu me iuiuibuic nuiuo " v . uu
lie Institutions which had for many yeare resisted every
mode of treatment that could be devised. These cases
furnish striking examples of the salutary effects of this
mpHirina in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases.
after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already
affected. .
Notice. Letters from responsible Physicians and Pro
fwira of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures
from patients will be fonnd accompanying both Prepara
tions. . .
'eices, Fluid Extract of Buchu, ?1 per bottle or Gdo lor (5
" " " ot Sarsaparilla, " "
eaual in strength to one cailon of Syrup ot Sarsapariha
1 j ..u 1 11 m uri itiJnr.n ft...;. o
rrepareu auu 1. jiu u y ji, a ,. vumi w
Chestnut Street, near the Girard House, Philadelphia.
To be had of and of Druggists
and Dealers everywhere.
All letters directed to the i-ropnctor or .agent receives
immediite attention. junel ly
T. WELLS, Agent, Market St., Nashville
IL G. SCOVEL, No.52 North Side Public Square.
ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
rpUE heirs of the late Rev. Dr. Philip Lindsley
JL will, on THURSDAY, the lEth May next, on the
premise, expose at Public Sale, that portion oftho Linds
ley Property in'South Nashville, situated between Asylum
Street and the Lebanon Turnpike, Lindsley Avenue and
Carroll Street, In connection with n slip on the Lebanon
Turnpike owned by M G. F. Claiborne, Esq. TbU giound
will be laid off into Lots of the usual size and plats of the
ground ready for distribution in a few days.
The family ure overburdened with unproductive proper
ty and are compelled topart with a portion ot their inheri
tance. We make this remark lest it might be supposed
that we would not sell unless we should obtain ejclravagant
prices. Bujerswill pleaasnot suffer themselves to be kept
away from the sale by any such cou3idration This prop
erty must be sold.
We also offer the Ponth Field Property at private sale.
This is situated on Vine, McGavock and Demumbrane sts.
adjoining the McAliter Property. This is most admira
bly adapted for family residences, and will be divided to
suit purchasers. It is free soil.
Terms announced with plan of grounds.
For the heirs
ADRIAN VAN SINDEREN LINDSLEY,
NATHANIEL LAWRENCE LINDSLEY,
JOHN BERIEN LINDSLEY.
mar27 td b p A a ptd
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL
ROAD. TICKETS to the following places may be had at the
Depot at the following rates, viz:
To Savannah, Ga $20 00
To Lharleston, S. C 20 00
To Montgomery, Ala. 37 00
To Augusta, Ua 15 50
To Macon, Ga. 14 00
To Atlanta, Ga 10 00
To Wilmington, N. C: 21 Ol
II I. ANDERSON,
apll-rtf. Sup'tN.AC.R.R.
P1TTSRURG COAL AND COKE.
"lOLEMAN A CO.. dealers in Pittsbure Coal and Coke
J and White Pine Lumber, corner of Broad and Front
Streets, on the Lovee, Nashville, Tennesste, where they
intead keeping a constant supply of the- nlwve articles at
reasonable prices, i-amines and ure lonsuu ers 01 ioai
and Coke supplied by coutract on fair terms. jan31. 3m
MOvvLEN MACHlflnilY.
C. L. GODDARD. NEW YORK.
rw IA manufacturer of the original Steel Bine and Tooth
V Burring Machines and Feed Rolls, to be attached to
Firt and also to Second Breakers and Finishers of Wool;
en Carding Machines. The attachment to second ureal
rmri Fini-dir ia timc and vprv imiiorlant. These ma
chines are in successful operation, on first Breakers, in most
of the principal Woolen Factories in the United States,
Canada and Mexico, and are deemed by expenenced man.
..r. ....... ,. ntl 1 l,n .,,t ....rf-t mirhineA -used, and lndlS-
lUdWIWUO, .J .Lit. 1.1..!. .
pensable to the economical and successful manufacture ot
W in.'.. ... c. it,. nl.r clmrttr rinrahle and successful
lv operatine machine.in use. No carding machine should
run an hour without them. . .... , v
The Feed Rolls are strong and durable, and worthy
i,i,. ifachines and Rolls, reference'
to the milUhafingthemin use, Ac., may be had by addres-
sing
No. 3 Bowling Green,
should be directed.
New York, to whomtl 'ders
teptl6 ijw.
RAILROADS, &0.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAJU
ROAD.
pusKflf! nv SCHEDULE.
ON and after Moo lay the 18th lost., tbe Msenger Train
will be run to and from Chattanooga a. follows .
Daily Train leaves Nashville, at 730, A.. M., arriving 1
CMtou"4r-RijrupJiNa,
Dally Train, leaves Chattanooga, at 8, A. M.,arrlvUigv
Nashville at 4:50, P. M. B. I. ANDERSON,
Nanhvilla.Feb-19,1856 Saperlntendeni.
ItAII.HItAO NOTICE.
jptOTTON destined for Charleston will, on and after this
J date, be charged i so per oaie o 000 ion. ur
85 centsper 1UO lDi.IorexcjoioTer swiua.
septIS U. I. ANDERSON.Snp't. N. A.'O. KJ
FROM NASHVILLE TO. NEW OULKaNS,
THROUGH IN FOUR DAYS.
FARE. THIR1 T DOLLARS.
"TTIA Chattanooga. Atlanta, am West Point to MiaU
V ffomerr by .Railroad, iicxeis 10 oe naa at iuo w
pot. Price il7. .
From Montccmerv to Mobile, br a double daily line,
fmornine and evenine) of Stages and Steamboats, connect-
-.l?., I SV , I.N.n. 0,1.11.0
lUjT H1U1 U1PJPJICBU1DIOUUPU utGUlv iu..ln v.ivi.
H. I. ANDERSON. OenT Sup't N. A O. B, R-
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
O'
N and after Wednesday , Deeembr Uth, 1855, Train
will run as follows: ,
G0I N St UTH.
Leaves Nashville at &40 a, m.; and 8, p.v; arrives il
Thompson's at 3.20, a. k , and 4.45.
GOING NORTH.
Leaves Thompson's at &45 a. if.; and 5, p. u; arrives ai
Nashville 1035.A. Jt, and 6 30. P. .
Sunday Train leaves Thompson at ! a. 11
The Stages of Carter, Thorny 4 Hough connect with the
Trains at Thompson's.
Through Tickets to Memphis, Waynesboro', Jackson,
Tuscumbia, Florence, Columbu, ul i'ulasri, can be pro
cured at the General Staiie Office under the Ver.ind.iii Ho
tel. A. ANDERSON,
dec!2 tf R. Kb it. and Scp't.
FARE BEDUCcD TO S7 FROM NASHVD-LE TO
JACES0N, Tl-SN. , . t
VIA Tenn?5ee and Alubama Itailrrwd, Columbia and
Waynesboro. For seats apply nt ilie tJeneral Stage
Office. Leaves Nashville Kun.Uf , Wednw-uays and Fn-
davs. at K a-m. dec22-tL
PENNSYLVAP1A ..AiLUOAJU.
THE Great Central Route, connecting tbe AUanticcities
withWestern.Northwestem, and"Soutfiwesiern States,
by a continuous Railway direct. This road also -connects
at Pittsburg with uaiiy j:ne of Steamers to aU porta on
the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandutky with
Steamers to all ports on the Northwestern Lakes ; making
the most direct, chtaput and rtftJ'Je route by which
FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Great HVrf.
Rates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg:
FIRST CLASS. Boots, .Shoes, Dry Goods I ,
(in boxes,) Fnrs. Feathers, Ac -oe per twin-
SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, j .
Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea- 75c per lOOtt
ther, Ac )
TJ3IED CLASS. Anvils, Bagging, Bacon, I ,0Q1.
and Pork (in bulk,), Hemp, Ac J wc per 100a
FOURTH CLASS. Coffee, Fish, Bacon, ) ,
and Pork (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil, f we lmlb
Flour $1 per bbl. until further notice.
Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until further nojice.
Cotton 22 ner bale, not exceeding 500 lbs. weieht.nntil
further notice.
Z3f In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila
delphia, be particular to mark package " tin Pennsylvania
EaUroad." All Goods consigned to the Agents of this
Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with
out detention.
Fbuoht Agists. Harris. Wormley A Co- Memphis.
Tennessee: R. F. Sass A Co, St. Louis,; J. S. Mitchell A
Son, EvansviUe, Indiana; DumesniLBell andMordock, and
Carter A Jewett, Louisville, Jxy.; K. u. JUtiarum, .Madison,
Indiana: Spricrman A Brown, and Irwin A Co.. Cincinnati;
N. W. Graham A Ca, Zanesville, Ohio; Leech A Co, No.
54 Kilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 As tor House, New
York; No.l William street, and N0.8 Battery Place, New
York; E.J. Sneeder, Philadelphia; Msgraw A Koona, l.a.'
timore; Geo. C. Franciscus. Pittsburg.
H. H. HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, r&ilada.
H. J. LOMIfAERT, SutfLAUoona.Pa.-
an8 '56,-Uslj '57.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia
and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia for PitUbnrg at A. M., and Pitts
burg for Philadelphia at 7,A.M. THE FAST LINE
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M, and Pittsburg
for Philadelphia at 1, P.M. THK NIGHT EXPRESS
TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M, and
Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, F. M.
The above lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads
to and from St. Louis, Mo.; Alton, Galena and Chicago,
III.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra
Haute. Madison. Lafayette and Indianapolis, Ind.: Cincin
nati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo,
Cleveland, ColnmDus, Zanesville, Massillon, and Wooster,
Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New
Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati.
Through Tickets can be. had to or from either of tb
above places.
For further particulars, see Handbills at the different
starting points. Passengers from the West will find this
tbe shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia
Baltimore, Aew xork or JJoston.
TiiOS. MOORE, AQETT, rassenqer lAnet.rmiado.,
. MESKIMEN, Ackxt, Passenger Lines, Pittsburg.
Philadelphia, 1856 janS ly
, FOR
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
&C.,&C.,&C.
SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON 8TEAMSHD? LINES-
CABIN PASSAGE 20: STEERAGE i
The well known tint class Steamships
Keystone State,
CAPTAIN R. HARDIE,
AND
State of Georgia.
!CAPTAIN J. J. GARVIN,
Willhereafter form a Weekly Line to Philadelphia, sallinz
evary Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles
ton, as ioiiowb:
Tbe Keystone State will sail from Savannah the toiiow-
inz Saturdays April lath and Votn, Alay lutn ano Klin,
June 7th and 21st. Leaving Philadelphia tbj alternate
Saturdays
The State ot lieorgiawill sail trom unariasion me 101
lowing Saturdays April 5th and 10th, May 8d, 17th and
31st, June 14th and23th. Leaving Philadelphia the alter,
nate Saturdays,
In strength, speed and accommodations, these ships are
fully equal to any running on the coast Inland naviga
tion, 100 miles on Delaware Hirer and Bay; two nights at
sea.
Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN.
Agent at Savannah, C. A. GREINER.
Agents at Charleston, T. S. A T. G. BUDD.
apl0'56 Emd
Fine Farm.
ONE of the most desirable FARMS in tbe Western
part of the State, containing between 400 and -50t
acres, with a good two story dwelling and all neressary
out-houses. a never failing Well of the test freestone
rater, a fine young Orchard of Apple and Peach Trees.
about ou acres unaergioa ienceanu m ag.uu.tausui
cultivation. The above place is situated fourteen miles
west of Dresden, Weakly county, two miles north of Mt
Pelia, one mile from the Northwestern Railroad, and
fonr miles from the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, and can be
bought on the moM reasonable terms by addressicg GEO.
EST" The above place has been settled fcur years.
mar26 w2m
HERRING'S
PATENT CHAMPION FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES.
THE great interest manifested by tbe public to procure
more perfect security from Fire for valuable papers,
such as Bonds, Mortgages. Deeds, Notes, 'and Book cf Ac
count than the ordinaay SAFES heretofore in use had af
forded, induced the subscribers to devote a large portion
of time and attention during the past fourtfeu years in
making improvements and aisuoveries of this object, and
they now beg leave to assure their numerous triends.and
the public generally, that their efforts have been crowned
with complete success, and now offer tbe "improved Her
ring's Patent World's Fair Premium Fire Proof Safe" as
the CHAMPION SAFE OF THE WORLD,
having been awarded Medals at both the World's Fair. Lon
don, 1851, and in New York, 1353, as superiorto all others
Itis now, undoubtedly, entitled to that applause, and se
cured with "Hall's Patent Powder Proof Lock," (which al
so was awarded Medals ai above,) forms the most perfect
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ever belore offered to the
public. ..
The Subscribers alio manufactures all kinds of Boiler
and Chilled Iron Bank Chests and Vaults, Vault Doors and
Money Boies or Chests, for Brokers, Jewellers, and Pri
vate Families, for Plate Diamonds and other Valuables.
And are also Patentee!, (by purchase.; MannfactnTers
of JONES' PATENT 'PERMUTATION RANK
LOCK. SILAS C HERRING A CO, Patentees,
Green Block, Nos 135. 187 A 133 Water Street, N. Y.
mar-21 d2m
CHATTANOOGA
TANNERY" FOR SALE
T WILL sell, if application is
mad e'be lore the 1st ol May
mpnndr .fttAbllfhed
STEAM POWER TANNERY,
In CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee. .
The numerous facilities for reaching the inexhaustible
Oak forest of this districtand Hide Markew generally,
makes this the most desirable Locality in the West for
manufacturing'XeatherJ
This is probably,the most extensive.Tannery in the West
anH b sine constructed with a view to indefinite extension.
can be cheaply and conveniently made capable of manu
facturing more than 9100,000 worth ot Leafier per an
num. ,
The Tannery Machinery and Offices are entirely new
and will be disposed of upon liberal terms to approved
purchasers.
For further particulars apply to F, G. Pearl, Eiq, at the
City Bank, Nashville.
JOHN G. BYNUM, Proprietor,
mar2S Imd Chattanooga, Tenn.
UG AR. 86 hhds fairto choice Louisiana Sugar;
60 bbls double refined Crushed Sugar.
In 1 tore and for tale by W GORDON & CO.
NEW GAS FIXTUICES.
t TDS j """"ycd a very handsome lot tf CI1 ANDAI JERS
v u....ui u nue iu our line, and it you ever intend
to have the Gas in jourbfcuse. you cannot find a more fa
rorabls time, for we are selling cheaper Ban ever, and
have the very best workmen employed, and "uarantee' to
do tie very best work. .
Webaveallkindsof Fixtures,! rom the large Six Light
'Chandallerto the plainest Pendant. We haveCliandaliere
that c n be used for Gas or t lanufcs, and parties living off
the lin of thi Gu pipe can he furnished with fashionahlj
Chundallers, and ute other materials until the Gas pipes
reach their premises.
Gas Pips Woarofall kinds, either f.rSriAMoa Gas,
done with de?patch Apply to J. U.Kendrick, at the oSce
of the Gas Ijght Company.
ulyj E. IDAVIS A CO.
LYONS .V CO.
Importers and Dealers in Ilavnua Cicrtrs, To
bacco, and all kinds of Foreign Wines,
jiijuors,tc
No. 19 Ccdab Stexit, Nashville, Tenn.
Hails! Nails!!
ttte have in store 8.00ft kegs SHOENBEKGER'S
VT JUNIATA NAILS.
U c will continue to receive them during theseason, and
furs, h iii.ni totbecity tradaat
Pittsburg- Prices,
Freight added. decltf W. II. GORDON A CO
alzx.u. Wallace. I h. p. wutorliLO
WALUACE & WINGriELD,
Geuerol Commission Merelioiits,
AKD DEA1BBSMS PRODUCE,
ATLASTA, GEORGIA.
YXTILL give special attention lo the sala of Bacon, Lard,
y y i-lcur, Tooacco, at, cc.
REFER TO
C Wallace. Knoxville, Tenn., Toole, Bro.ACo, Marr
ville, Tenn, U T Cox, Lonisviile. Tenn, J DonaldsoD,
Union, Tenn, Johnson A Hair, Madisonville, Teen, Bran
son ABro, Sevier county, Tenn, rains A King, Dan
dridge, Tenn . Vaugn" A Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, II
H Jackson, Athens,. Tenn, Poullain, JenuiOgt A Co. Au
pu.-Ja, Ga, John Cnnmnsham. Greensboro Ga, F W Lu-an-s,
Athsns, Ga, John WingSeld, Madison, Ga, Carhart
Ron", Macon, Ga.. 1" T Willis, Strannah, Ga. PJv7
Jnstice of the Peace,
OFFICE-NOflf CHERRY STREET,
ani-itn Nashville,
VKKAJNDAH-HOTEL,
orrusiTS Tnt pcst orric,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
ACTION YOUNG Superintendent.
-tf TLeStaeOdiseiskeptat this house.
marl9 ly.
Situation Wanted.
rpiUEsub;ciiberwished L) obtain a situation as Gardener
JL or Florist, ei her in to.vn or in the country. Certiti--atesas
to qualification, from farmer employer.', cn be
lein by applying at this tfiice. ILKANS,
Itp2 iw iiasuviiie. leuu.
"Nashville "academy of iiusic.
,I.C0ILPOllAID lb55.)
PRINCIPAL CHARLES HESS
Board orTru-"';s.
Hon N S Brown. lohn D Watson, M D
John Trimble, G M Fogg,
James B Craighead, A F Fogg.
W O Harris, R C Mc.Nairy,
James Walker, A Mackenzie,
John S Young, M D James P Clark.
For Terms, apply to the Principal, No 24 South Vine
Street. .ebl7-tf
GOOD REMEDIES ARE A POIILIC GOOD.
THE GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT was used bv
the Indians, when this country was first discovered,
and by tbcm was considered "the best gift of the Great
Spirit, to bis red children.". It is the best application fur
icllaminatorr complaints, saicb as Rheumatism. Erysipelas,
various affections of the throat and glands, eruptions,
bruises, burns, sores of all kinds, Ac Price per lx, Bc.
Forsale by all Druggists, and by ALEX. MACKENZIE,
mar7 A gent for the (.iscfir Vo
DROOPING DUDs.
THE best remedy lor sick babies, and for all .the dis
eases of children, from one hoar to five years old, is
TUB CUILUKETiTS PAJtAOtA,
Of the Grscfenberg Company.
for rerers, teething, diarrhoea, ncseis, cone, worms, .sc.,
Ac, it is the best medicine erer known. In the Grsefen
berg Almanac, that is given gratis, you will find a list of
numerous Physicians throughout the Union, who have
used it in. their practice. Where there are young" chil
dren, and it has been used once, no parent will consent to
be without it m tbe house- Price toe per bottle.
Per sale by all Druggists, and by
ALEX. MACKENZIE,
mar7 . 17 Coll-.ga street.
SPRING FEVERS.
THE GR.EFENBERG. HEALTH BITTERS are pre
pared from a number cf the most purifying, invigor
ating and healing roots, barks, herbs and vines, selected
mosdy from tbe Materia Medicaof America. They are a
poweiful tonic, they give strength to the system, and ena
ble it to throw off the constitutional tendency to disease. .
They have all th; beneficial effects of a true tonio, witheut
cauiingany ill effects.
Price 25c per package.
For sale by Druggists throughout the State, and by
ALEX. MACKENZIE,
mar? 17 College street.
HORSE POWERS, THRESHERS, AC.
THE Celebrated Single and Double Horse Powers, Sin
gle and Double Threshers with Separators
The Combine 1 Threshers and Winnower, with Straw
Carriers.
Straw Cutters to be run by horse power. Clover Hul-
lers and Saw Mills manufactured by Messrs. Wheeler,
Melick A Co, Albany, New Yolk. Are now on hand and
for sale at the Warehouse of Messrs. Johnson, Horn A Co.,
Nashville. Tenn., at Manufacturers prices with transporta
tion addi d.
Tbe ci tire satisfaction which the above named Machine-
ry has given over all others where it has been used for tbe
last three or lour years, is sufficient to satisfy enquirers of
its value. Orders are solicited terms cash. Address
jan2rt m3w W T WATERS, Three Forks, Tenn
iUtfB&EW J. SMITH,
NO. 43 BROADWAY.
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
DEALER
TENNESSEE IRON, CA1TINGS, NAILS. STEEL,
WAGON AXLES, ELIPTIC SPRINGS,
And allother articles in his lice of bnstnew, which he of
fers at Wholesale or Retail, low for Cash, at the above
stand. " feb2 ly
FARE REDUCED TO $12 50
FROM NASHVILLE TO MEMPHIS,
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia,
Waynesboro and Memphis an1 Charleston Railroad
150 mllos railroad, and IGmiles turnpike. leaves Nash
ville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridaje, at KJj a. ru Ap
ply at the General Stage Office, opposite the Post Office.
dec22 tf.
Cfiil&e Harold
THI3 very superior thorough bred STALLI0.Vpj
having rece'ntly arrived fiom Virginia, will
make his first season in Tennessee, at my stabler,
6 miles south-west of Nashville.
Terms ?25, positively to be paid btf pre the reosoval ol
the property.
In alt cases of failure, the next ,enn will be git en
gratis.
"5?" Fcr Pedigree and performances, se bills.
mar2-tf W. O. HARDING.
YOUNG AMKUICA..
AGENTS wanted in every couuty in this and adjoining
States to sell tie above new and impnxed CORN
AND COB MILL. To all such, a rare ch:.nce tr
make msney will be offered . Excliwve1 Stat, and louaty
privileges will be disposed of on unusually U r termSj by
pplication to the Proprietor.
FARMERS AND STOCK KA1SEIW,
I offer you a Corn and Cob Mill unsorjiaSsed in tbe
Union, and which cannot be superceded by past, or future
inventions. It is the wry Mill which every Farmer and
Stock Raiser shonld have; it will crtush from Sto 10 bibb
els Corn and Cob per hour, with one horse; is easily fitted
np and managed,- weighs W0 lbs, and as all contact ot the
grinding surfaces is prevented, will hist any farmer an or
dinary lifetime. I speak thus of its durability btcaue the
same principle has been fairly tasted in the old Bark Mill.
Who is it that wants
A MILL ON TRIAL
br one month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction. In
return it? U there be any man thus difpposed,let him now
speak. Satisfaction is warranted tn every case, or the mon
ey will be refaaded. This Crusher can be attached to
horse, water or steam, power, which render it the most
convenient Mill south of Mason's and Dixon's line. All
other Crushers now in the south require Uo much power,
or will soon wear out. According to
TILE LXV. S OF NATURE
8 Corn and Cob Mil! which admits of a lateral or wabbling
motion, will, necx&iarfly, sooo near out; all other Crushers
are amenable to this grand objection, and the Proprietors
dare not dispute it. In the construction of "Vousa Amer
ica," I have gained power, and Idefy contradiction; I have
leadened friction, and I challenge one word to tbe centra
ry; I have prevented a wabbling lateral motion, and all are
compelled to acknowledge it; therefore, 1 assert that it is
(ar superior to any othecMilL 1 am nov selling this Tea
nessee invention at the small sum of
FIFTY DOLLARS
And any one wanting a "good thing," is earnestly re
quested to examine the true merits and principles ot Ibis
Mill, and order from the Proprietor r.r Agents.
A liberal discount made to dealers.
J. P. DR0MGOOLE.
8helbyville,Tenn,OcL,55 SoPropriea)r
AGENTS. Ellis, Moore A Co.. 84 Market street, Nashville, Manu
facturers and General Agents.
Beaumont, Fall A Co., Clarksville, Agents for Montgom
ery county.
Ab Watkins, Pulaski, Agentfor Giles county.
Wm. B Hunt, Salem. Agent for Franklin coanty, Tenn.,
and Jackson county, Ala. '
James B. Vance, Casalian Spriigs, Agent far Sumner
J? Hatcher, Columbia, Agent fiirManry county.
W. M. Bell, P. M . Home, Agent for smith county.
J. P.. Afkio; Charleston Agut for Bradley county.
W. R. Hunley A Bros, Loudon, Agents for East Tenues
jee octl4 lydAtn-w
MISCELLANEOUS.;. ;
Gaattaaooga Foundry
AND
HIacZiine Works-
EASTMAN, LEES & CO.
rrtnE umlersiii-ned htrip7 teased for a- "-p
i term r.f veaw.the Foundry and Ma
rble Shoes "of the Bt Tennessee Iron ,
Manufacturing Company, are prepared to
extents all ordreM in their liceat the short C
est notice nd on the most accommodating terms; rtz?
t a . . . . ... 1 : 1 ir.l . .
Mining and Mill Machinery of every description;
Water and Ga Pipes, and Pump Castings;
Car Wheels, Frogs, Switch Stands, and all kinds ot
Rail, Bnad Castings. Bras, ie
Hersa Powers, Threshing Machines;
Corn and Cob Mills; - f
Forging of every description;
Bridge and Oar Bolts. ;
andCaS'" aUeB'011 11"1 10 Iirs of LocoraaUvts
JOHN U. EASTMAN, )
JONATHAN LEES.
THOMAS WEBsTER
EASTMAN, LEES t CO.
. .hIb,ITl1'?. Expositor copy to amount ef tie. aad-send
bill to'lh.:. office. rmatldtwAwSm
PEE2UU2I BOOT ASO SHOK MAinjFiiCTOiYr"
Llib.i rULLKR, -
d Succe-sur to HaBlton Fafier. Jf"
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY
Corner .if arte t -.md Spring or church sui.
Nashville, Tean. 1
GRATEFUL for tie iiberal patreoage rjoMwrftraon
tbis Manufactory since its establishment, the; pro
prietor feels determined to merit a continuation of thesasie.
in future. '
1 have now on ham! a good assortment of ready roaoa
work, consisting in part of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Calf.
Kip and Thick Boots and Sboer. Negro Brogans, double
sole; House Servants Shoes. Ladies and Misses Calf Mo
rocco, aid Kid Boots and Shoes, all made from good stack .
in good style and warranted. '
Orders from Planters, Iran Matfe-nt, Kailroadj and Turn
pike Companies respect fa soticiuJ.
AU kinds of Repairing done.
Caslipatd furiiides KBKN FULLER.
l3r"lAnner, Whig, Gazette :md CievvLmd Banner
Cf.pr.anii discDctinee all other advertisement, au;.1
I.OCOJI OTI V ES,-J uO LS A N D A CI 1 1 N Kit X.
riAJih LAWRENCE MACrilNE StiUi Lm-cee, JJiu.
A. sackisMg, nwnai&ctures LocoBiotircs ot anv size or
etsate, Statparr KBgimst, Lather Planers; all Lfndiof
Tools, Cotton. Uf.illen and Pjper JL luiiery. Turbine A
Parker Wavr .Tseels Gurasev's Patent Printing Press,
ic., Ac All articles warranted best nuteriab and wort
manihip. Information may be obtained and o-dcrs. for
warded on atmlicarloatoMr.JAMESPLIINKET. sithn
State House, .VatArJcV, Ttniu. or ajdrwis
J. H. W. PAGE, Treuurtr,
ncir.2.1 fimd. OtEce.14. K.lbvat.Bmwi.Maas.
FOR SALE.
A FARM one mile South-east Sroa Nashville, near tho
Noleasville turnpike road, cuoumio? tiflv-o:e an.t
a quarter acres, first-rate had, a comtortab'.e dwellirg
bouse, Mae seriag. orchard. A.
Aran A Farm lire mile3irth irmn Nashville, oa the
White's Creek tvrspike road, eootavarae oae hundred sad
forty acre, beautiful valtey Und.oae hundred acres clear
ed and forty acres woodland, well set with blue grass.
A lt in South Xaihrdte, (rooting one handrcd aodfif.
tr tent on Cuiieee street, and oae hundred acd fortr fnt
on Franklin straet. havin'oait a brick dwellicsr house.
con4aioiog six ruoaM, pan try, kitchea, gmokehouie, ser-
Afcio A lot near tbe aboe. frnntinir oa FranklinrstreeL.
two hundred and-sevety-Bix fert, on OoBre street nine
ty eight feet, and on Market street ninety-eight feet On
this lot is a well affording an abuadaat and Dever-faitin?
supply of good water.
if lifcruiatjoa shoo Id be waatcti with re gard to the
above property, when I am not af Nashville, iiuiav be ub-
tiriaed by Fputtcaaon to llr. Josa S Voaag, corner of
Broad and Sutnmdr streets.
dectl MORGAN VACE.
Palsner's Patent 2jeg.
Sj- 1A AmenoaaiaveBtioa stands unrivalled
I B both in thi cpuatry und in Barepe. It is worn
by 100 persons, and wish most astonishing
success. In competition wthau other substi
tutes of tic bent French. Encliaa. and Ger
man mannlaetBre, it received t he award of the-
CLEAT MEDAL at the WolUJl'a ExniSITIOX IX
Londot, as the lest artijieisi limi knmm. In
this country it has been liurt v times exhibited,
in competition with ail others, at the annual
Fairs in the principal cities, and has, m every
laettBce, received the award ot the highest or
first prttfum. And as a cmwoing h .icor. by
the unanimous apvroral of an international
ennnal, the "First Praouior" &nT Sitter
JhM given for Limbs was awarded the in
ventor, at the late New York Crystal Palace.
The leg is 8aeiy ventilated alloTiag a current cf air to
pass around tb& stump, keeping .tin a ce-ii and htalLhj
CO-lfiitioH.
Pamphleui giving full information, rent gratis to every
applicant. .
B. FRANK PAIJ1KR A Co,
Not. 10 Sm 87S CheMtStreet.I'hiladelpIiia.
LAW OFFICE.
JM. WILKIN having been admitted to practice So
all the Courts of TeaBeasee and New Vorx, and bar
fug oermanently located in Naehvilte, will attend to all
matters of Coilectioa and Litigation estrasted to him.
OlSce No .70 Cherry nireet. norii tC
ORANGES.
JUST received 10 bbls Sweet Havana Oranres at
janl8 J G A C ROBSRTSO.rS.
ALE AND CIDER PUMPS.
ONE DOZEN or tbe above with Silver Tope,a New
York made article. Fur sale br
inarl J. G. A C. ROUBRTSON.
SODA WATER APPARATUS,
CONSISTING of two Generators and two Soda Founts
complete, whioh will be sold to suit the purchasers,
with or without the Soda Founts. Ca'l soon if you want a
bargain. J. O. A C. R0 BBRTSO.TS .
mart Confi'clinnenr. Broadway.
NASUVlLLL,
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,
32 COLLBGK STRKET,
T.M. BRENNAN .ft'roprietor.
MANUFACTURER of Steam Engines, Water heels.
Horse Powers, Saw and Grist Mills, Gin... Tobacco
Prenses, Railway, Steam BwU aad Agricultural Machinery.
CASTINGS
of every kind and size, made promptly to order
A large variety conaLuitlv on haud. inciadicg WateP
Wheels, Saw and Grist Mill Gearing and Ipnn, Grata
Bars, Andirnrw, Hollow Ware. Settles, Wsgoa Boxes, Ac
WrougSt Iron w.nfc well execu e L
NEW IRON RAILING AND FNECING MAN
UFACTORY'. TM. BRENNAN", CoHge street, har.ng added
. the above branches to his pie tent esub'.sha.ent, is
prepared to fill orders for all kiwbof Oraaoiental Work,
t.ir private and piiU.c build-ngt loelu.lmg Verandahs Bal
tomes, Cemetery and Park Euclosures, iron Op-n Fronts
fur Store. Window and Door Litreis and Sills. Ac, Ac.
All orders well and prwpily attended to maris Sra
S c i !p s c ,
THIS superior Jack wiUstaSd the present searon at my
stable eiqh . nuh Soa'h t NnshviJs?, on tbe Nolens
ville Turnpike and will be let jennets at $25 forjick,
and 3 for jennet colts aed lo niAres ai fie the season.
l'aaiurjge Iur j-nneu and niatM from a distance, gratis;
train ted 75 cents per wek. Ml possible care taken to
prevent" accident t r eKaja, hoc no liability lor e ither.
Description and Pedigree.
Kclip'a will be fonr years old the first nf Juns, is
full tifiees hads and 'three inches high, ot" Gno
form, bose'.rnwfela asd act inn. He was sired by Johnson's
fan.im jack. Iiord of the Isles, who was by imported
Knisht Er-aof. Eclipse's dam, ( Mav Flower Queen.) wjh by
Midley's OhI Wander, oat ot F. R Rains' old black jennet
(Mouey Moulder.) I invite my friends and all admirers
tf this uteful animal tn cait and yiewEclipm and Ms dam
and her other progeny. JAMES RA1NH.
marSS Jmtriw.sw.
Hamifton's Tihreilier.
Mott7s Patent.
WE are n.aDuiacturiDg at Hamilton, Butler co0hio
a large supply of
Moffitt's Patent Thresher & Separator,
FOUR DIFFERENT SIZES.
Oae for the Farmer's-own use, whieh delivers the grain
in hits ready for the mill.
Also. Fir those who do not wish to clean lijr grain
when threshed, we makd a first class
COMMON" THRESHER, OR CHAFF FILER.
With a Straw carrier and Beater attached to it
The Mcffitt's patent is truly the Preaiium Machined the
ctnntrr. Itbaving taken the Hist Premium atthe Crystal
Palaee FttlratNe yortth battle greood of Agricnltn
ral Implements for aH pans ef the world:) tint Prendomj
at four State Fairs of Ohio; th first ITeaiinra at the Stato
Line Fair of Ohio and Indiana, and -t nuaieriUS other Ag
ricnlturel Pairs in tbe Wew- ,
fcEND IN ORDERS EARLY TO SECURE A C00D
MACHINE.
Descriptive Pamphlets tad Presto '0 'V
wishing w purchase. OlVps. LANE A Di ER.
T ATMcCALL will act as agent at Nashv.lie, Tenn,
BROCKMAN A PORTER. clarkville,T;nu.
JARET A MOORE, Paducah, Ky.
marl!) SmdAw
HANIfYS CELEBRATED COMBINED EEAPEER AHDi
HOWEB, WITH WOODS' IJ?R0VEENr.
FIRST' GRAND SILVER MEDAL
For the beat Reaper and -Mower at the Paris World'
Fair Exhibition, 1855, awarded to John U
Mantrr, and the Machine
Parchas"d by Prince Napoleon I
I HAVE on band and for sale toe above Machines. They
received the premiums at the State Fairs in New, York,
New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut!,
'Kentucky, and at Gallatin aad NasbviUe in this State, and
bTC given universal satUOcUoa throughout Middle Tenn.
where some fifteen of them have been mud In the last two
years. Price 1150 delivered in Nashville.
janl2 tf B- F- CnSATHAM.
M
ATCUES lo casts Bfiseof v tod. Hex atcae3, la
tr n uuuiiuu.i x uu.
F
OUK OFFICES for restorer Kerr's. Cedarstreet,
first floor. Cait at -avx.aa w
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