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VOL. XXVDr . NASHVILLE, TENN. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1856. NO. 190, .UNION AND AMERICAN, OFFICE COSNEB CHTJKO- AND CHESKY STREKT, THE WEEKLY UNION AMf AMERICAN Ufarzikbed to imbscribers at $8 00 per wnrni m alvaitce . The TRl-WEEKLY jsjmb:jt -very Tuesday, Tharsikr and Saturday, at $5 00 per anoxia, in advance; if not paid iiittdvance. t6 00. The DAILY is pnbUobed at BwW Dollar. KTTUB MONEY, IN ALU CASKS, TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTHMS.2 Remittances of subscriptions may be made by iftafl at wtr ' risk. Ko paper will bs ecnt oat of the State unless the ordVr te sceanipanied with the cash. j:gr Wa wish it distinctly understood tliat.o paper will bo discontinued until all arrearages are paid, ie,t aw bs optiou ef the publishers. NO. 43 PUBLIC SQUARE, KASm'ILLE, TEX.V. TVS IIAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR rrjRcn ase or . Sprjjig Dry Goods To which we aasra respectfully call t'ae attention of tbe Trade. 'r-a'9 T. a EUROS. o. C. ALLI.V, BUEGE & ALLEN, (Sacasson to T. G. Uurgc & Co.,) VTMeialo Grocsrs, Fcnrarding aad - Com atigien .UEKCHANTS, And Dealers in Jirandiet, Cigars, Tbbacco, Ac CORNER OF C0LIOB AND Sl'JtlXQ STREETS, Nashville, Tesn WE are jwt ib rere'pt of the folluwmg Groceries: too hbdsrriBclcfioicoSugr; J6't barrels retailed Molasses; li 0 K do do 2T Loaf, Crashed, and Pswdered Sugar; 00 bags Kto Cofloe; 5 bags Oid Gov. JaTa CoCV; 60 bjgsLiffuyn do 75 barrels Mackerel, Jos, 2 and 3; 6o barrel 3 do do do - 75 djxw Scotch Ilerring; S Tierces Fig 100 boxes Riipiw, sssorled ; 1W Painted Bucttts; 1 : - 25 SeslsTufes. , .- '. , 150 box Tobatco, a6rte4 oraads; ' 200,000 asstried bramU of Ctsri; lees fit Nails; . 8'JO UourjliM; ' - J 6j0 sra lalci'W; h " W bjgi S.S Altftoais; 1,1 baj; I'ejpir; 8 casts Dutch VadJer, 5 L'eronn best Indige; SS bucs fiae Staieh; f.6 do barSM; 10 J do Star Caudles: SO do Ta'totr Ua&dlea; 100 do lJhe-e assorted tisJ; .'.(X) barrels Pike aad Wi.Wiire Whisky; , Ji liiirtla Kubvttoi! county do ldtt barrcU Uye Bourbon and Smith lleaerro W Wekr. With agencnil Sioek f.i BraaduM, W'Des, Gh, Ato patUer ith a satply of Longwcrtb'a N'atife 0wi Uraadr and uartbee Win, mirll. 6fi 15UnG A ALLK.V. KINK itKAN'OIHS. Tn:VE lialf P"i!es sweiiW Ul.l French Bnmilrof tb Tintceof la:l. HUKtJK A ALLEN Llt.UM Oltlil'S Nativa uaiaua urape oraoaiai and Spirkliog Wnc; Dry do r.rsabby fmitii liUROK k ALLEN'. m.ovi.li ji:i. A LVHOE lotoffreJi Oi-iver teJ just ieed and for 1-a'eby Hrj-j nutti.r. ITXTK.t FAMILY FLOUK 'e are jnst id re li reii.tf.f lnjbi'S itn-l bo bbU lehnon Floar. jtnis 1HJKGE & ALLKN". MORGAN A Co., no. 40, pu::liu square, kash?ille, tekxeieee. are x07t reckivisu the and by 1'au the mo-t desirable stock of staple ani fancy DRY GOODS EVEit HEHLTOrORE UUODGitTTO THIS MARKET, AND TO YTIUCII THEY INVITE THE ATT EN TlOX OK V V 11 CHASER s. rncrS. TO I. A '1 t: ST IM l'Oll T A T I O K OP Spring Goods for 18567 EV A, J. DUftCAN & CO., IMFORlKiS AND U JIOLK-A1.K DKiLKiiS IN FOllKIGM AND DOMlirfriO DRY GOODS, KO. TO, PUliLIC SQUARE NASHVILLE. 1"XTE are now leooivm; !:rtci 1. mi .riunutiiCtnrers, our VY Stock ot S PAl'f.E AND FANCY DRV GOODS, ci'mpri8. a senetat aoiiment, Hhkh we pledp oursclvts U fell upon tbe mt lvorubls terms to rimit di-aiers, and invue the attention of the trade to mr stock of Gonis no in tlnp . consitir f; of a large bee of . ih:e.ss ;oods ac, of rerv wtperi rqtwluy, tie Parii atriie "Poult De Soie" Si'V?, lo Hro04d - " la.ian IHaek ' " of all Kidtlis, French Painted Organd cs. do do and solid colored Uirrgu. do do Itubes ol new stylts, English and Preach lferegei ol'all styles and quality, Fieuth aadKitgljab hi Iwuteeof new ttyle, Scotch French and EfgUfrh Lawns of all St) Jos, Eo;;lob and French Pa nted Jaonnett', Lmbrnidimi Struts and Jiconel.. Dresses and Bobea ttvM)le, Swiss and Mall Muslins, Jooetts and Cambrica. laserimfr, is'rg. sees, hmbroidetia and Trim- Blinds of the greateit variety. Beacet Mbbtaaul every vari-etr oi Stjls, 'Wtamrgaod solid ooloicd KilbjOF, Oa:e- U ail colors, lkisiery, Uloves, Sucnders. and frilBmlftgJgeiierally CLOTHS, CVSSIHIiRKS, VETTXGS, C0TiOSAtrS NAAh.l.S, liLSEN'S, o every rriety Of ctvlea and qj..i.t . EngtibU. rrcucti n.i An.cricsn Fascy and solid cototcd Tnau. Dhck and colored Eag.ikh and French Corn'mes ard IjayV'BS 'Inniuiirgn 11 eicbcd aa i liroB Mnslin and Drillings D.d licVii.gs Ar'H Cbi.c Strped OsnabeT, ie. K e will be a-ld-i g 'o our re -itct by lUUiord and ateatners t'iri o'hout ihese-ou, whl. hw itl endb'euaat all taie to disi.T the Lewes. t le ( Goods. A J bb'N.iAS&CO, mrl3 No 7o I'ohlic Squire. j. A T ER S I 1 i7T7i " One Ilmulreil Pacliagps of Staple Uacds. TiTh arn iliio div rete.v tig b utt-ani i.Hiiom PiUhborfr VV Oneliuudicd Jacsgeji4"f Vorcliundii-o c nkist Lgot Ued T.ckmgs, i-ir.ped . snaburpi, lileaclud Oo-etic Prints, Hr-.vfoad W ' DriH'.njpt, American I.nvns, e., rjres' Imm ih lian 'lactHreH winch we are selling at the to;mJ..j.tapi.rfKee.Dsm & 6pH Ko. 7't I'ublic "qnire. l-t- AODITIOVS will ' e made to our Stock by 1 1 als RUlSiair xMOOKE, ConitiSESsio.a flSercbaiil- I iiirintinti, Ohio. Oontinief (,-fve h b -t altrutim Hi the- PnreUaae and sile-f i'i.- 'lie ..ml i't ceaol Domi-tic Maotac'.re Pi.i; c v .1 1 .u I- .rJad pioaiply. WEiolcsaSe Dealer, 2STo. 54, utilic Square, Spvsajr a ltd Summer 1575 Paclascs Asrinl liferfhaiidisc " I HAVE re-e iui and u i i i. f . irataalarge and oiO'-t d-iiabte M k..f ue.v ati.l lirai'tihit Gik'. Tbest'tk u c iap"ed .if an eitendeJ tanpty t Fore'an i.nd Dow-tic Drv G.i :s, ifcu tK, Shi and Ungina, liai", Donne", L' ubreilas Par Is. A.-, Ac Thete Uo-i-ls were pureuit-jd w.'h the a-d of Urg ex lienenje i-'id readv m. uet, eu.brjci' a erekl i-uipber of er cnoaoty bought articles, ud tirubl au : tea to tht den3't, tt"t , , F.r lc'iablc payat, I 'b 11 reduce rrofiti Mtrera p r ct-Bt n. J r the tortner CBStom of ib lluare, l.-ivimi can uffird todow. ... , , . , Merchant, who may tiemte to piiioWe fi. i! aldose - tir'ices. nw protitpayet, Jin pio u t tie r intereu by leaking seitcUocs freia tliuuauuiliy toe stck firll-Sai "U. U00GLAS. jilEDICAL. nlwlll.lirill.'V. n-'UBcopertaersliip heretofore existin-under the Ann A andltyle of DfiOWN A GRUBBS, ia this day dis aolrerl hv mi.lml consent Jo. O. Baows Is alone author- w" ue lhcaaB,e of tteera tajr3sSio: bWk, .Vnshville, June , 1855. rJ5. GRUBBS. TTirren r.iirclin-wd the entire interest of Mr. VT. B. JjL Gbobb. will continue the DRUG BUSINESS, as ronnerlr at the old stand, where be will be pleased to see . . - - , V M " fAll.M. ClM.nl Mr stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac., fa now rery complete, baring receiTed iresn supplies, selected by one nf the Bra in person, viz: Lubin's, Baiin's, and llitcb el'Kxtriets; American Tinct, and German Cologne Wa ter ; lancy Soaps ; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style, liiiluc'saod Lnbin's Sachets; Aromatic ffirrbtals: Chine, Metal and Glass full lioxe, eerei.l uc btyles; Shell Onibs. large stock". Also, hare on hand Iadigo, Madder, White Leaa. Llnscrd Oil, Tnrpcatine, Ac jey, '55 17J.S111NG TACKLE. A large stock rclected by V one of the unn, consuiicg of Gcnuiuo .LimcricU Jiuolis, plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen, Ursrcta- iwn, auu ihuukiu i.mierica uoocs ; a spienuia a&sonmeni o; uiKai, v.aie iaia oiik ana isca urass, spun ani J'laiea S.Ik ; Um no Seines, 12 br 4 ; Floats of eTcry variety ; Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac, Ac la sbcrt, can supply those who can appreciate tine Tackle with aim sX every thing they tcay need for the successful pro!cuiion of this useiul catling, jelt JO. G. BROWN. 48 College st. C'tOD-LIVKIC OIL. 5Gro. genuine Uod Liver Oil, jut received from Rushton, Clark i Go's, by jm JO. O. BROWN. 43 College st. L J'.ECIIES.- -l.uuu Sn-cdish leeches on hand and for JO. G. BROWN, 43 College St. sale br PLKE JlAfVONGAIlELA WJI1SKY. 5 bbla JL of the above just recered, of prime quality; sold to ua for si i rears old. jetf JO. G. BROWN, 43 Collage st. QTONE WARE. S.,500 pieces aume Ware, consist O ng of Jars, Chums, Jugs, Milk Pans, Butter Crocks Ac of every eat, just received. jeO JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st "PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE.-Constantly on jl hand, Harebv, Perkins & (Jo.'s celebrated London Porter and ilein'a Scotch Ale. Je JO. G. DROWN, 43 College st 1VKL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior . .article of Sbirch. juU received br j JO G BIKHYN, 43 College st II. U. SCOVEL, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY. Norih side ot the Public Square, three doors 22. westoi ne anvine inn. , WHOI.ESALKand lle'ail dealer in DrJgs, Sledicine?, Paint, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glasf, Dnijsiits Glan Ware, Stone Wire, Paint, Scrub, 'Blacking, Floor, Arti&tg, Marking, Dueling, Shaving, Jewell's, Teeth, Grain. iDg, Stencil and Haarih'KruEhcs. l'erfunierv, Bear's Oil, Pomade, Ox Marrow, Pocket Ildkts.. f.xtracts, Gilv3nic Curatives, Ac Ac. IliRE UHItE J,HAD-3'J0 keg Fahnestoek's . Pure White lad, just teceircd and J'crsale at very iov priees bv II. G SCOVEL. L l..SKliU Uili 2QJ kiUqux Linseed Oil, recently . i t ii unnVL'i AUIi OHj-2 0s4 best Ohio Lird Od.jitsi re I cetveu by iL G. SCOVEU O. J FOX L ii) books OcntisU Gold Fo.I, Charles Abbev'i best, receive! by II. G Sv-OVLL. L OG iwunds extract Log Wood, just . :J If 11 LI (' OPIIITI Si:iiS-s,ww b-fcheis Clover, limothy, Herds Grasi, blue G"us-. Orchard Grasi, BucVwLoit, Stock Peas, Irg MairuW Fat and Extra Early ilay Pei3, and Millet Seed. 0ig' Orarge Seed, lor Hedeef; (iartien Seed-, Landictb's Ircsb; o . do lliaeltv 3 uo. 0AMLE WICK Porsaie rerv lew.br iheouanii ty.by 11 Q, SCOVEL. tO LATER TH 1NE tor sale by i 11. Q. SCOVEL. A H.OIIU 1 5tM gjU Alcohol, It!, i'iand 9S p3rcent, just received br 11. u. buuv tii. CANOLES 1,000 pounds Siar and Tallow Candles treleby H. (t. SCOVEL. 0IAJ VI4S aOO uouads fiesh Ulore-s just received and fur ,e by 11. Q. SCOVEL. CMNiA3Itr, Natmejjsand Ground Pepper, warrant J ed j'Uie, just teceircd and fjr sale by 1 IL G. SCOVEL. EV YORK PfcPPERSAliCE-Jost received ii n iniiVf f A bv 1L O. SCOVEL. WINDOW GLAS. McCallv s brand, of almostall E.xta. for sale at low price?, by api II. G. SCOVEL i it it jfci.v" fc.aww.. T WI.iU to call the attention of purchasers to my new . I.ltr. . U1IIMVI! .l.lf'l.' of tike b?4 I ever offired, consisting of every desiribls sl.ap? and qaality forGentlemin, Ladies, Misses, Boys and Children stv.w and qualuies too numerous to describe m a auorc auverciatmeai, wuicu 1 1. uc. i') uc u.cu orsmsrl- pair. A. Ii. ROBEI1TSON, apr ii m 45 Uollce etreet. ".H UT UArTPIIOT ECTI O N I Na URTVNCi: COJIPANY. l LL persons indebtcl to the .Mutual l'roteciion insu JT?L rani Cinpiny ateriqiei'.cd tocall immediately at theirrffijA, No S PublicSqiure, and fettle. Afterthe 1st of May next, ail note and accounts due the Company will be til ..cod i:i tas h-us ot an oflicer fur collection. aipV ion j. it iiuaiin, iru.teg MTt'ATlON ANTE I I"Y amid.'lapel cenfeman, ia a Wholesale Grocery ) or CoHiuiiision House, rather as Book Keeper, Sales caa. or wnu'd b- w.l ;ng to till any other sitUBt'on in tbe Hi.n. h mil f.uji teu to twelve rears exnerience in the Giocery l:u.ues. r'alary not so mach an otjict as steady empl'iyuea' GojU c.ty rererencs girea. Addresi H, Ke li-T i. Z; V O nurl Gl w lit .1" flail 'iix"r..t. zo unnciea . rappinp prices to c!oe consigniLenL cp-i HAGAN A BR0. ("tO.HE. tiENTLEilUN, yon that want something J di re in tiie way cf Boots and Shoes, cm Cad them at 67 Colietc street. aW4 SNYDER A FRIZZELL STILL THEY COME. XnVK another fine U.t .t N'eg-wes.oa hanJ, amonglt them a No 1 HUcksmilh. Call .soon or rnu will lo-,e a b.rg.m. . api3 KEES W i'ORTEIt JRIMI POi AlOKi.-50 bbls 1'inl Eye and Me i sh inos1! l'otaioes fiom f'ncinaali. Just receiving and firwilBbr sp-3 JOY NT, BYRNE & N'OLEN. o M( CLOVES. 2 hbls Onion etts forsale by op 1 3 JOINT, 11YUE A NUI.hN. Those Heel Boots. JOST received bv Express another lot (t those nice IIh.bL Kit BOJTri torL-idies, at 57 Collece St. ohtU SNYDER A KR1ZZELL NEW.F1KJI. WE hare this day associated with us in ths Grocery liuioess Mr. GEO N. CARICO. The bnsiDeM will hereaf.er be conducted under Hie stvle of RUSSELL A tCOTT A CO. D. W. RUSSELL, nuntf T J SCOTT. B. W. KCBSM.T.. T. J SCOTT. O X, CAHICO. RUSSELL, SCOTT A- C04. WH0LE3AIE GKOOERS AND COMMISSION XERUflANTS, No D,' BifADwAY. Na-iivillk, Tr.ssrssr.B. State, Bonds Wasitcd, -VTTJi wuli to purchaie of Sta'e Ht n-Js. VV J Lilt W BROWN. nur'S-2t 44V Cherry stieet Negroes! Negroes! TTTKhave mrsale fci.me ih rty fire r forty Nrgroes, VV among them son e very likely Girls and Itnys Also tiro.dilie lixJiest fam lies in the State, of four and five each Alio tbit extra Cock ;s still on li in.t Call swn. bbt25 . liOYD A LYLES. - FOR JtKNT: A NEAT BRICK HOUSE with 5 rooms,, on Vnuxhall rx su-tet, S.iuthheld, near the residence of . las Woods, Kq q J J, A II w liltuw., aiira 44, Cheny street LL li Ot.Nt: GliNlSruo quick 10 l Nil fiit i hcrrv str et. ernjsite the I o.-t Uluce a' C J Z-UIZ-tllE1 L'SNtw stand. aad cetsome i iuw nip irteil tiailers and Miocs, as ho u pripna jit-n t ! tastes ot all tliebtanx. Abo, Boots, Gaiteib and !i(. n ..I i ,dn iiu'.iif.icture always on hand and mile I- t'li.w at il.eithnr e t notice apr3 inl - VAUlEfV S rjKri in Memphis with a stock of Em 4 V br.ij-nes r'aier Ariicles, uaj Toys, amounting to ,i .. ii -t:.,ii . 1 l- h r.U o i.l the kind in the ci'y, has a good rnn 1 1 1. .. i.S will Le ild a bargain, or traded lor proper a it Nt;' . Auk . Jl A, BixTO, Memp'aisPostOmjj. a. J 6 . lilt. SKI; TlfADE SALES r NKrt Dttii. i hi; siibucr.hir is cow lecciving unt will ron'u.tie t re vj Utge aadilioas to this de t .at I ':.e-.t iA bn t R. 1 . on h nd - -i p- f aortmetit ol superior Nashville "dr it c ire iu1i fVn-. rich mil'irr sold under regular p ic. -. ai : a uuii3jnns. iit.j. tr. rSiiir.LlJS, pr.i Aiietirn ll.-n'it. JL V.. .... ..... HASH P.tESS, loge her viiih tj pes, ( job and news) c -m;' -ring m voss, cases. Ac , comprmi'tg everything r(0'li: to eiabliih a Priiit'ng olhco. Apply at this .uKce mir! 4 r.tw JM. IlawJiin, has removed hn rjmily Grocery to a . , . r-xwrj under the Odd Fellows' Hall, where ha wiil keep a full sh ply ot all articles in lm line He will be aappy to see hi old custoo-.ors and as many new ones as Will I -vor U1U lUi u m.i r2-tf B lo -JeTv Goods. - . .hvi- r.r iiinivi: .vn PfP-T 'C'T ' ; K lJ 1 ' ....... - ' - - StIJf KR GOODS, and would be plnnxd ttshow SAJ1 1'HlCUi.TT, I.'U3J Uim li I' iiu, in(utfiioj,w im ALSO, just received SCOTT'S Spring and Summer Fashiona. NEW YORK, BREMEN & SOUTHAMPTON UNITED STATES KAIL STSA-EES. THE riilps comprising this line aro AVASII- ,-? MANN, Capt. Edward Hisg'.ns. These slca-. mora stop at Saulhaiapton, both golns'and returaln; rr.orojtu bti;3 or iiu.c leo From Soulh- From New York. Eaturdav. .Jan. 20 ..Feb .Mar 23 From Bremen. Paturdav. Feb.. S3 Star 22 April ia ilay 17 Jane II July .12 .Aug 3 nuipton far New York. Wednesday HERHASN WASHINGTON, HEKJIANN VAHIN(rTON' Icb. Mar April Way June Jaly Auf fept Oct Nov Dec .April 1! HERMANN May 17 WASUmGTOJi..Jain U IIEBMANN: July 12 WA!-HINiTOS...Aue a' IlriKMANV Sept C WASHINGTON. ..Oct 4, J1HMNN Xov 1 u 4 i Oct Nov 1 Nov .9 WASHINGTON... Nov 9 Dec 17 Dee htoiiiaatKonttiniiitnn.balli.oii? end retnrnlil?. tliev off.T puisengers proceedlntfto London anil Havrjadvaati;ei over any oilnsr route, fur theeennomy of tlmo and raniev. raae irotoew YorKlo biuiiuainpion ana crerarn, cirsi Cabin fcalooc, 13) Jollar; First Cabin, Lower Saloon, 110 uuii-rsi recoiia ao. ii aniiars. All leltarsaudnowcpapeu must pass through tbe Poii Of fice. No hills of lading will be signed or parcels received on the uay ui .aiiicg, An cipyrloiice.! Surgeon U attached to each chip. For Ireight nr pasaao epply lo O. H. SANU, II Kouin William street, New Yt.rk. C. A. IIEIKEKI'.N CO., llromen, CROSICKY & CO.. Soulhamiiton. W.M. ISUUN, Havre. Jnii21-ly CAUIN PASSAGE FIIOJI CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK, T Y ESTY -F I V E DOLLARS, NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM SHIPS. Tiiroush in 4S to 53 Hours. SEMI-WEEKLY. Nashville, ISOo tons. M. Berry Commander. Marion, 1.00 tons, W J. roster, Commander. Jns. Adgcr, 15'iOton!, S. C. Turner.Commandsr. Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Commander. rfi:E LEAVES Adeer's Wbarve. every Wcdnec. tsgKl day and Saturday aftsr Oje arnral of the j-.ftTKAT? " M Irrun lliu.fh r - tV.fll nt VM.U ,.V. UW IMUM. UIIK I 1 . Steomshins were all built expresvlr f.ir this Line and for safety, speed end comfort arc unrivalled on the Coast. Tabids supnlied with everrluxurv. Attentive and oonr- teous Commanders, will insure Travellers br this Line every possible comfort and accommodation. Uabmpassagc, t25. Steerage passage, ?3. Forfrcicntor nassace. having oiesant State Room Ac commodations, applrto ijk'vi?'"- vroanoif UU.II.1 .UiJUIIVWJI, Corner Eist Bay and Adger's South Whaif, febl8V(-lt Charleston, S (?. NASHVILLE BSLL AND BRASS FOUNDRY, . No 17) South Front Street, NASHVILLE, Tcnn. AB. COOK, practical Bell and i!ras fcouoder, t-ucces . sor to Weller A Coai, is nr. pared to manufctare to or er. Bells for Churches, SteaftibouU and Plantation. Also, Steam Whistle, Oil Globes. Cylindor, Gange, Fouttain and Stop Cocks, Ilose and Salt Well Joints, Gun Mounting, Anti-Frtction Metal. All work nude by me with neatness and dispatch, of the best material, at low prices, and nMrnm'ed. ian'g lv THE LIBRARY OF STANDAitD LETTERS. MASOH CKOTII U!tS, N E W Y O Ii K will rmuur SATUBDAY ijPKlLiC.TH, The Letter, of Ladr'iuary Wortlcy MoBtnscc. IEITCD ET MRS. S.BAU J 1UILE, Author rf "Woman's Ilecord," "Northwood," "Vigil ol Love, Ac, being Vol II rl me "Library of Standard Letter. ' 1 vol. ISmo. 41 S pjges. Price $1 S5. "Tbe wotk can scarcely till of interesting di erlf the American reader L-dy Mary lived ijid wic-te in tLefirat half of the eighteenth csnturr, when our land was a com ponent portion of the l!ri:i-h empire, and eonsequintly her genim and bar fime are cms by inheritAcoe. '"er Letter will He lnund ratui-ie as wen as amusing, aiamg v e am dents of h story to cat'li the manner and optn'oosif Eok Ith society iu high bfj then tha dom nam p w-r ol the realm, at the tuns Herjimin Franklin and histoput-iots in this western world wjie working ont the problem tf Ame rican Iadepcsdence and p p liar sove-c g ity." JUciT PrtI.H:iEi. Tns Letters ,v Mapime de Sivio to nrn DAcenrsa and Fbiexds Elued by Mrs. SiraliJ. Hale. 1vol. 12ino. Price $1 ". Deing Vol. I. ot the "Library of Standard Iwttere." IN PRESS. Tnet Co-io Poethv rr rns Exguw Lajtccagi. ByJas, 1'arton, Author of the "Life ot Horace tinnier J vol 12;m. Wat.idb foxoi. By E C. Goodwin, Aulhor of Hamp ton Heights." 1 vol 16oio. MASON BROTHKhS. FublUlier?, aprS d.lw Nos loS a id 11 '. 11 i:ii ft. N V. A t.OUI) CLf.VAaJA. iUitit npO be tnken in the Spring. Be kind enough. Reader, X to give voifr attention oe moment, ard you Rill learn what theGraefeobcnrlie-Uh B.tters are g.d for. Tliev have been used in an extensive medical practice in Ntw i i.rk fir upwards of f irty years. For e gh! years they hare been med tu TennsL-ee, and njto mis great truth, they hive cmcd and helped thousands of cas-ts of Indigestion, Nervous Debilitv, Derangement ol ihe Diges cestive Functionn. Depression of Mmd and Spirits, Op pressions alter Eatirg, Acid S omach. Sick Jieidath?, icknffsattl.e Stomach, Water Brasn, Humori, Coldsand Cough?, Uatulenev, khcuoiatisai, Fcmitc ObitructtiiDs, Loss ol At.iwtite, P-in iu tnc side, aad Torpor nf the Liver ail Bowels Readei! You arsanr celed to earnesUy. Host say, "H I could believe this tote trui! 1 have some ol theaboTe complaints, and I would take tee medicine at once it lcou'd only have coutdenre " IT IS TRUE; it is an honest truth, tlerer inerewas orespixen. uomeuira, u jrar iiuiiu is irritable discontented, and gloomy, if vou have severe Colic Paink aPereatiDg your t.iod it your body tej-.ns to waste, or youretrengtn to fiilyo i if jMurcountonu'caas fcCmjji haggard ai.d ta low a.pect if yi u have d llkulty la lying on jour lettsiue liyour sxin is ary anu mrivti led it tou'bavean ani-'f.te weak ar.d variable, and per haps entirely destroieu if jour wlrnleS) stem is UnguiJ exptcially during the p-ocess of die.-tion if you have a ronstunt uneasy ueiuig in me Tionia;:- wny, ymi uave onlv a fit of Indi'cestion, andthe.se g'e-t Hitters ate made to cure maigisuon, una iijv ntu-i n. ion umii.ii u ui tendaot ills and while at first it gently stimulates the Stomach, cleansing and removing these ir ubicsome ajrents, it tcs upon the Skin, removing morbid ur vitiated humor, hem itving the face, kindling his and tnetgy in yruronliro 1131110,11103, Header, will the worldno hmfier look dark and clo.raiy, co longt will yojr dearest hi pjs bebacished and 'hrust aside, but with neal-b. and strength yon will go ftr li into the wi-rld to say wiih thoueandsot others, "lue uraeienuerg utaim iiuer nave g.eiu new life." This invaluable medicine is put np in pacKsges at .0 cents each, tau package will make 'woipurts, a strong invioratirir and tonic decuction. F.irsate bv oil Urug ctbts in th ntae aud by ALEX MAUKLNZIB. Apr. it 1.11. k , .-..m-ii-ii.c. JAS. JB. CKAIGHJ--AS?, DlOil.hii IN HAIPDWARE AND CUTLERY "No V'J. Public r-quar, Nashville. TO enable me to sell good.s .it I. w prices, Irom this date allsccouats f.irtundnes purchased on credit shall be considered due when tbe arncles are delitercd aad pay is ents will beeipected when theaocountfl are presented, janll dAeolv BSLL H i vf G-BIi, K E Y F I T T E R , Corner of Broad and Cherry streets, Nashville, Tonn. janS'M-lt ' LANDS AND LAM) WAISUAAT . T SHALL leate Nashville, about tbe 10th of May, on a i ttipto Missouri, Imvm and Minnesota, for tlie purpof o ofselect.ng and locating lands, for mytclt and others. Per. sonshavirg Land Warrants which thay de&iie to locate, would do well to send them tome. I will tee thst loca tions are made upon chnice land 1 that are rapidly -.tiling and that cannot lu l to becime vuluale in a short time. I will attend to locating the lands, pri curing pateatgfor ilusame, pavine taxes. Ac. I will alsi take chjrjje ( I enr other business in that re gion, reqninngth attuati n of an agent. I exeet tovii.- 11 iiuiMi ,c siiiciua.iii, i. uicago anu m. iuiis, roriur ther infirraation, a;ipiy pcisoually. r briefer. t J G. FELLOWES, aplO lm N'n 8t. Clu-rrv st , Nashville. I retcr to Hon. C .ve J iW n. Hon. eil S. Broa n, 11. 1 ... t. . .. ,t- i . .... iiuo juan iniiW . it. .-iiijpard, Joseph Vaulx. WOOD CHOPPKItS UAXTUIi. T WILL furnish coinfiirUble houses to gnod steady wood . choppers, ana give cocstnt cmpnijment and good prices, mirlS-2 , W. S. WHITfiMAN." DRUGS. A JIPUT VTINfJ, rOUCHIN'O. CUPPING, Diwclintt. JCX. DENTAIj, Midwilerr, J.iTUUiUHiu. irfa; 741-Q IJoTliUatM At "I : lowest prices dt aiir5 T WELLS. T1MNK PEN AND POCKET KNIVES ASSORTED.- IIONDS and Card Gates of Pearl, Ivory, She!!, Buck, Morocco and Russia Leather. Sit and uuttox 1 ors For rale cheap by T. WELLS. CJILVER, Ivory, lime and lhrn ILadtd, Sword, Ebony, O Rattan, Hickory and tl afcrincr uaut. jiy ept3 T. WELLS -11 TAltt OILS IWatnmn. Una Ilrzs. IZiir Jtti'ora SliLtitei. FANCY SOAPS, Sharing Creams, TOILETTE WAl'EltS; FINE EXTRACTS, asiorted. Pv cprSj T. WELIA TXrA'X CANDLES, attorUd tzH and ccUirt; Stjr and V V Hjfrn VdniUt; 20 bxes brown unci transpaieni poaps. unerea cheap uy 1. i.i.u COUGIi CAN'DY, Pulmonary Wafiri. Javnes' Expec. torant, BULL;SSA1SAPARILl,A. DAVID'S PAIN KltiLl-.lt, t-paranj ueiiawe, iaiuii, tapioca, j curia zagv, uariv, iauabixds, rrervea mcger, nicu Received by " T. S ELLS. A LCOliOL. Biandies, WINES, VINEGARS, Tiar,a- . sorm, CHOCOLATES, Mustards, HAVANA CI GARS, iM llbteco By T. WELLS. TiAINTS. OILS. VAKNISULS.cf best nullities: DYE X SrUF S, ASSORTED WINDOW GLASS, HUm iHattware, Stoxb Wane, FLOWfclt P01S, assorted. uUiredJow br 1. "'wa TT YDRAULIO OKMEN'T. LamlJ'lastr. I'lasikb Fab. XX is, Spanish Whiting, CbtOr, PUMICE STONE. By npr r. w r.i.un. T)0TASH, Scda, HuUratni, Saltpetere, Bccax, Cre;m X laitar , i amaiuu juu. ror sue oy aptG r. WfaLLS T IFL PRE3ERVKRS, SnooLBE2 Bracis, Tiveks J GAME HAGS, j:H s. Keteircd by opr5 1. niiL.t-1. B UIIRING FLUID and Lamps. Received bv aprs 1. tcicj. iNUFf-S. Frerch Rappet Mcaboy, 'Scotch, and ) DLLPtTS b UFFS. By T WELLS. mahogany MoUldi;;us. AND OAK VENEERS, and Received and ottered cheap b r T. WKlLS. apr5 . WALL PAPER. 4,000 13ULTS,-h'nc Satin, Gl.zd Gilt and Velte: Haland Parlor Pspjrs: USQLAZKD 1'Al'EH, a Urqt aWtment ,f rery fond- mhh patitrs, at tmu-j iUy htcpricts. Gilt, elvet and ratwr uordenng, rire jioara rriuis, i.uriains, lesier ana Centre Papers. Kaceived and lor sale low by tp-u x . .1.1.5. HIillGE PliANT.-Urge iupp'y of fresh Ossge ctanw, the An.er;can Utdcs Punt Seed. Just re ccivcdand for sale by T.WELLS, S'gn or the Man and Mortar, 03 Market, oppcsiie cpr5 Union street, Nashvilie. IIELMDOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. UELMBOLD'S IIIGLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND FLUID EXTRA C T BUCHU For diee&rosof the oladderand kidney?. Secret Diseases, Strictures,. eaknesses, and all diseases 01 the bexual Organs, whether in Male or Female, from whatever cause thny may havo originated, and co matter of bow long standiccr. T F you nave contracted the terrible disease which, when X once seated in the eystea, will surely go down from one generation to another, undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital tlcids of life, do not trust your self in the hands of Quacks, who start up every day in a aty like this, and till the papers with glaring falsehoods, too well calculated to deceive the young, and these cot ac attainted with their tricks. Y ou cannot be too careful in the selection of s remedy in these caSiS. The Hunt Extract Bucuu has been pronounced sr emi nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and rery innocent in its action, aad yet so thorough that it annihilates every particle of the rink and poisonous virus of this dreadtiil dnease; and, unlike other remedies, dees not dry up the disease in the blood. Coestitutional Debilitv. brought on br eelf-ab e, a meet terrible uisease, which has brought thousands of tbe hu man rues to uctimelr graves, thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in the bud the glorious ambition 01 many a nome youtu, can oe curea ny tnis Infallible Remedy. And as a medicine which must bene fit evervhodv. from thesimnlv delicate to the confined and despairing invalid, no aqua I is to be found acting both as a Care ana preventive. Hl.LiUiUl.il -;S lllljHl.l CU.tCb.Vl'llA'ibU COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SAESAPARILLA. For Puntying the Blood, removing ail diseases arising Irom excess or atercury, exposure ana imprudence in lite, chronic constitutional disease, arising Ircm an im pure state of the Blood, and the only reliable and clTcc tual known remedy for the cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scald head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Pains and Swellings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Face, and all Scily Eruptions of the Skins. QUIS article is now proscribed by some of the most j distinguished phvs.cians in Ihe country, and has proved more efficient in practice than any preparation of Sarsapanl a yet olTered to the public Several cases of secondary Syphilis, Mercurial nnd Scrofulous di-ees hare entirely recorered ia the incurable wards of our Pub lic Institutions which had for many ycare resisted every mode ol treilment that could be devised. These cases furnish striking examples of the salutary ellects ot this medicine in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases, after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already alfected. Nonce. Letters from responsible PhTSicians and Pro fessors ot several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from pattcnt3 will be found accompanying both Prepara tions. Peicw, Fluid Extract of Buchu, tl per boUIe or 6do for f 5 " " " 01 Sarsaparilla, " " " ;i equal in strength to one gallon of S rrm of Sarsa .aril. a. Prepared and sold br H T. 11E1 J1B0LD, -uemist, 63 Chestnut Street, near the Guard lloue, . uuadelphia. To be had ol and o muggtsts and Dcalersevervwhere. All letters directed to the Proprietor or Agent receives immediite attention. junel ly T. WELLS, Agent, Market st, Nashville II G. SCOVLL, No. 52 North Side Public Square. A DVERTIS E.1I ENT EXTRAORDINARY. riniiC burs i f the lute Rev. Dr. Ph lip Lmdsley X will, on THURSDAY, ihe 15th May next, on the Eiemite", expose at I ublic bale, that ponicn oltheLicds iv I'riuiertv in Sou h Na.',hvi! e. situated between Asylum Street and the Lebanon Turnpike, Lmdsley Avenue and Carroll Slrett, In connection wiih slip on the Lebanon Turnpike ownd by M (i. F Cluiborne, Esq Thisg-ound will t.c Uiu on into iss r,i ine utuai size and plats 01 tnt ground ready fOr distnl u'lon in a few days. The family are oterinrJtr.ul with unpridiictive p-opcr-ty and are compelled h pari wi'h a portion ot their inheri- lance, vi e mase mis rcniurK lesi u migui oe suppcteii lhat we would not sell ujIkhs e shunld obtain eitr-itagant prices. Bmerswill pleaser.otEuffirthfm'elvestobektp' away from the sale by any such consid. ration. Hits prop erty' mut le sold. Wo also oQer die Pouth Fiell Propcrtv at private Fale Tin is situated on Vine, McGavock and btmumbrano tts adjinning the McAlister Propertr. This is inott admira bly adapted lor faniity risidences, and will be divided to suit pu rib msers II is lice soil. lenns announced vuiti plan 01 grounds. For the heiis ADRIAN VAN SINDEREN LINDSLF.Y, NATHANIEL LAWRENCE L1NDSLEY, JU11N HERIEN LINDSIEY. maf27 td b r A o ptd NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. rylCKETS to the fullowmg-places may be had at the 1 I 'epot at the kil.owing rales, viz To Sa rannah, (ia. , ... $20 CO To Charleston, S. 0 To Mojtgoinexy, Ala. To Auzusta, Ga To Macon, Gi. To Atlanta, Ga To Wilmington, N. C U. ajill-tf. ao 00 17 00 15 50 14 00 10 00 , 21 50 ANDERSON, Sup't N. A O. R R. PITTSIIURG COAL AND COKE. GOLEM AN A CO., deaUrs iu PuUburjr Coal and Coke and Wbita Pine Lumber, corner of Broad and Front Streets, on tbe Levee, Nashville, Tennessee, where they 1 nteatl keeping a constant suppiv of the above srttcles at reasonable prices. Families au '. it. .i....u e s of Coal and Coke supplied by coutract on fair terms. jan3 ! . 3m aouhEN .tJACISINEKY. C. L. GODDARD, NEW YORK. ONLY manufacturer cf th- original Steel Ring and Tooth Burring Machines and Feed Rolls, 10 bo attached to First and also to Secoud Breakera and FiniBbers of Wool, en Carding Machine. The attachment to second Break ers and Finir-heis is new and very important. These ma chines are in succe-sf al operation, on Srst Breakers, in most of the principal Woolen factories in the United States, Canada and Mexico, and ar. deemed by experienced man nlacUirers, as the most perfect machines used, and iadis pensable to ihe economical and successful manntacture o! wool. T.ter are in fact the onlr strong, durable and successful, ly orcrating toacbi"es in ii3e. Iio carding machine should run an liour without tbem. The Feed koiis are strong and durable, and worthy CircnUre explaining these Machines and Rolls, reference to the mills having them in use, Ac, may be had by addre3 sjn C. L- GOUDAKD, No. 8 Bowling Greea, New York, to whomi cers should bo directed. septlo kjw. RAILROADS, &C. NASHVILLE AND CHATTANO GA RAIL ROAD. CHANGE OK SCHEDULE. OS and after M..11 lay the leth ln,t.,tlie f-seuger Train will he ruu to and from Cbiltauooga a. follows : Dally Train leaves Nashville, at 720, A . M., nrrivlua; H Chattanooza at 4:20, l'. Jl. KF.rUK.MNG. Dally Train, lewes Cliittanooja, at 8, A. M., arriving! Nashville at4), I', it. H. I. ANDERSON, Niuhville, FJr 19,1850. SuporlnlenJsni. RAILROAD NOTICE. "lOTTON destined for Charleston will, on and after this J dale, be charged f425 per bate 01 aooiDs.oness, aco 55 cents per 100 Ibi.ior excess ot over ouoids. septli 11. 1. ANDERSON. Sup'tN. A.C R. FROJ1 NASHVILLE TO NEW OJCLEaNS TUKUUQU IS FnUR DAYS. FARE, THIRTY DOLLARS. VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Mont. eomerr by Railroad Tickets ta be had et the De pot Price f 17. From Montgomery to Mobile, br a double dtily line, (morning and evening) of Stages aud Steamboats, connect ing with tbe steamers from thence to New Orleans. II. I. ANDERSON, Gen'i Sup't N. it'.R-R. TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD. an ON and after Wednesday, Decemlwr iiih, 15, Train will run as follows: aoi DTH. Leaves Nashrilla at 6:40 a. n.;and 8, r x; arrives 11 Thompsob'a at 3 20, a. ii , and 4.45. GOING NQRTH. Leaves Thompson's at 8:4-r' a h , and 5, r x; arrives at Nashville 10-5.A. n.,and 6 80, P. J n' M... Tl...... . o I Q 11 OUUUIIJ llillli 1CAIU .mwm.j.v n. m Tile Stages of Carter, Tbotnici A Hough ocnect tilth the Trains at Thompson' aurougu ileitis ui acuipuiji, w isiuc.imhu. iu.wia, Tnscumbia. Florence. Cotumbu. aad Pulaski, coa be pro cured at tht General Stage Office under tie Verandah Uo teL A ANDERSON, deelS tf K-lng and Sup't FARE BEDUC D TO S7 FROM NAaHVllLE TO JACKiON. T KN. YIA Tenn-rsee tnd Alabama R..lrid, Columbia and Waynesboro. For seats apply a' the General Stage OHice Leaves Nashville Suuda-.s, edcc-daTS and Fn- davs. ot C a. m. dec22-tt PENNSYLVANIA ..dil.UUAU. TIE Great Central Route, connecting the Atlacticcittet with Western.N'orthwestern. and Sonthnestern Stilts,- by a continuous Itailway direct, this road also connect n.l'iltsDurg with oailr line 01 bteamera to an pons on the Western Rivera, aud ut Cleveland and Sanduskv with Steamers to all ports on the Northwestern Lces; maticr me most direct, cMajfst una ruuue rouie oy wiucii FREIGUT can ba forwarded to and from the Ureal U'uL Eates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg: FIRST CLASS. .Boota Shoes, Dry Goods I . lrtnri fin boxes.l Furs. Feathers. Ac 1 JUC per 1U'm SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, j Dry Goods (in bales, Hardware, Lea- 7ic per ICOtt ther, Ac J THIRD CLASS.-Anvil8,Baggicg, Bacon, I -, . . and rors (in buix,, Cemp, Ac J FOURTH CLASS. CefTee, Fish, Bacon, I nnn and Pork Ipacked.) Lard and Lard Oil, J Flour 11 per bbl. until further not ce. Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until fui ther notice. Cotton f 2 per bale, not exceeding 500 lbs. weight, until further notice. t5f" In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila delphia, be particular to mark package " ria Pennsylvania lladroad" All Goods consigned to the Agents of this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention, Fiisgut Agents. Harris, Wormier A Cc, Memphis, Tennessee: It F. Sas s A Co.. St Louis.: J. S. Mitchell A Son, Eracsrille, Indiana; Dumesnil.BellacdMurdnck, and ( arter A Jewctt, Louisville, k.y.; It. C Meldrum, Madison, Indiana: Sprigman A Brown, and Irwin A Co.. Cincinnati: N. W. Graham A Co , Zanesville, Ohio; Leech A Co, No. 54 Kilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 Astor Ilonse, New York; No.l William street, and N0.8 Battery Place, New Y'ork; E.J.Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw A Koons, tt,' timore; Geo.C Franciscus, Pittsburg. U. 11. HOUSTON, Cftneral trtvjM Agtnt,'tMa&a. 3. LOMBAERT, Sup't, AUoona. Pa.- PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7Xi A- JL, and Pitts burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. JI., and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 1. P.M. TDK NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M., and Pittsburg Tor Philadelphia at 10, P.M. The above lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads lo and from St. Louis, Mo.; Alton. Galena and Chicago, III . 1.". ir . T -" . 1 r -1 t . rr. aerra n cm- Toledo. Cleveland, Columbus, Zanesville, Maillon, and Wocster, Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans, St Louis, Louisville tmd Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be bad to or from either of th above places. iorturiher particulars, see Handbills at the cinerent starting points. Passengers from the West will find thfc tbe shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia Daitimore, Jel ore or Uostoa. THOS. MOOKE, Aoxxt, Patsenger Lines, PAilada MESK1MEN, Aazsr,Pa$senger Linct, PitUburg. Philadelphia, 1856 jan8 ly FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AC, AC, AC. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LINES CABIN PASSAGE 20; STEERAGE ii. Tbe well known first class Steamships Keystone State. CAPTAIN R. HAK0IE, AND State of Georgia, CAPTAIN J. J. GAkVIN, Will hereafter form a Weekly Line to Philadelphia, sailing evary Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles ton, as ioiiows: The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the follow ing Saturdays April 12lh and 16th, Mar 10th and 24th, June 7th and 21st Leaving Philadelphia thi alternate Saturdays The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the fol lowing Saturdays April 5th and Huh. May Sd, 17th and 31st, June 14th and.23th. 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, lou miles on Delaware River and Bay; two nights at sea. Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN. Agent at Savannah, O. A GRE1NER. Agents at Charleston, T. S. A T. G. BUDD. apl0'56 8md Fine Farm. ONE of the most desirable FARMS in the Wesfern part of the State, containing between 400 and 500 acres, with a good two story dwelling and all necessary out-houses, a never failing Well of ths best freestone water, a une young urcnard 01 Apple and reacS trees, about 50 acres under god fence and in a good state of cultivation. Tbe above place is situated fourteen miles westof Dresden, Weakly county, two m Ies north of ML Pelia, one mile from the Northwestern Railroad, and four miles from the Mobile and Ohio Railroarf, and ran be bought on ihe most reasonable terms by addressing UfcU W. WI LSON. who resides upon the place pif The aboTe place has been settled ftur years. rrmr2fi w2m PATENT CHAMPION FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. rpUE great interest manifested by the public to procure X more pel feet security from Fire for ratuable papers, iucn as uonas, aiorrgages. Deeds. iNotes. and iukU 11 Ac count than the ordinaur SAFES heretofore in nse had af forded, induced the subscribers to devote a large portion of time and attention during the past fmrtiea years in makicg improvements and discoveries of this object, and they nuw beg leave to assure their numerous friends and tbe public generally, that their effiirts have been ciowneJ with complete success, and now offar the "improved Her ring's Patent World's Fair Premium File Proof Safe," as ihe CHAMPION SAFE OF TIIE WuiCI.I), bavicg been awarded Medals at both the World's Fair Lon don, 1351, and in New York, 13 13, as superiortoall others. Itis now, undoubtedly, entitled to that applau.-e, and se cured with "Hall's Patent Powder Proof Lock," (which al so was awarded Medals as above.) firms the most perfect Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ever be.'ore offered 10 the public Ihe Snbscriters also manufactures all kinds rf Boiler and Chilled Iron Bank Chests and Vaults, Vault Doors and Money Boxes or Ches's, for Broker?, Jewellers, and Pri vate Famil.cs. far Plate Diamonds and other Valuables. And are also Patentees, (by purchase.; and Manufacturers of JONES' PATENT PERMUTATION BANK LOCK. SILAS C HERRING A CO , Patentees, Green Block, Nos 185. 137 A 133 Water Street, N . . maril d2m - CHATTANOOGA TANNERY FOR SALE JWILL sell, if application is made.before the 1st of May mynewlr established STEAM POWER TANNERY, In CHATTANOOGA. Tennessee. Tbe numerous facilities for reaching the inexhanstible Oak forest of ihts district and Hide Markets generallr. makes this the. most desirable Locality in the Wtit tor manufacturing Leather. , This is probably the most extensive Tannery in the West ami K.inr ln.i.1 nit with 1 flaw , (nil.lintla .....!. can be cheaply and conveniently made capable of mann facturing more than $100,000 worth of Leather 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 E. G. Pearl, Esq., at the ciiy &iil, iijtuiB. JOHN G.BYNUU, Proprietor. mir23 Imd ChatUncoga. Tenn. SUGAR. 88 hhds fair to choice Louisiana Sugar; 50 bbla doable refined Crushol Sugar. In ctcreaad for nle by W H GORDON & CO. NEW GAS FIXTURES. T UST received a very handsome lot cf CHANDALIERS rl Hint flltioi. .rti.l., f Is j -r . ,, m um iiuc.tuia ii yoa ever iniena u uouse, you cannss nnd a more la rorab.e time, for we are sellinir rheav iK.n -., .t have the very best workmen employed, and guarantee to du the rery beat work. Wuhavealikindsol Fixtures,! rom the large Six Light Chandalicr to the plainest Pendant WehaveChandalien that c n be useil lor Uas or Candles, and parties living off ih. rna .r Ha rin n... m. u r..i..i i ..i r . . " - ".. .1 yyv m luiuiAueu wsm ra&aionaois Chesdaliers, and use other materials until the Gas pipes reach Jheir premises. Gss l"ip Wonc of all kinds, either firSriAH 05 Gas. .!...,. .r.i. .1 . -i. 1 .. 1 11 1- 1 . .... .- ' uuusniHiuiijuiwi, aypij iu rf. u. A.CUU11CK, U loe CHilCC 01 tue as j.i.nt company. nlv8 E. L. DAYIS A CO. LYONS CO. Importer? and Dealers in Havana Cigarx, To- uuccu,uudnii kj nils 01 foreign vviucs, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Cxdib Srimrr, Nashville, Tenn. Hails! Xffails!! T7-E have in store 3.0OO kegs SlIOENBERGER'S JVMATA NAILS. Wc wf!l e-iutinue to reeeira them during the season, and iica hi iiem iu luueivv iraud at - I 1 . . .1 . 1... - 63 nrg decltf W. Prices Fieielit added. H. GORDON A CO. ALEX. 14. VAtU ICS. I X. P. WINCnilD WALLACE WINGFIELD, Gciicrol Commission Merclionts, AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE ATLAS PA. QKORUIA. YY7TI.L give special attention to tho sale of Bacon, Lard, T ncur, Tobacco, Ac, Ac. cc r e n to C Wallace. Knoxrille. Tenn.. Tcole. Ero. A Co Matr- ville. Tenn. 11 T Cox. Louisville. Tenn.. J Donaldson. Union. TVn., Johnson A Heir, Madiscn ville. Teen., Drab- son urs erer coantr. Tean tains & king, uan- itndj;e. lean, vaugns l'lcxle, eel Hater, lenn, 11 Jl Jacxson. Athens, Tenn- IVullam, Jennings A Co., Au gla, Ga , Johu Cunn ngham. Greensboro, Ga., F W Ln- aas, Athens, Ga.. J.ion inctteld. Madison. Go.. Carbart itou, Alaeon, ua. 1 T Wi'tts, Savannah, tia. navT Justice of Ihe Peace, OFI'ICE NO. G3 CHERRY STREET, HDl-lm NjS 1VILLK VliliAiNDAH HOTEL, eppoeirs the m.sr ofiicx, NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. ACTION OUNG Superintendent . 1 Le Stue umx u kept at this nonic maris - lv. Situation Wanted. TUEsu'j.-c;ibir wishis U) obtain a situation as Gardener . Ill I IUII9I, CI UCI) IU u u au .UW VUUU. J. UI.IU- ratss as to q iahtication, fraui furmer employer', cn be lejrr by appl., ingat Uiis office. M. KANti, a?2 -lw Nashril.e, Tenn. naTshviliTb aIjademyfmIsic. iooPuaArED 1Sj5.) PRINCIPAL , CHARLES UESS Hoard of Tru,es. non N S Brown, kiho D Wation, M D John Trimble, G M Fogg. James B Craighead, A F Fogg. W O Harris, R O Moairy, James Walker, A Mackenzie, John S Young, M D James P Clark. For Terms,' apply to the Principal, No 24 South Vine Street .eb!7-tf GOOD KEiUKDI ha AUK A PUDL1C GOOD. aHEGRKbN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT was used br . tbe Indians, when thia country was first discovered, and by lhtrn was conside'ed "the best gift of the Great Spirit, to b:3 red children.'' It is the best application fur inlUmmatnry complaints, sueh as Rheumatism, Erysipelas, various affections of the throat and gland., eruptions, bruises, burns, sores of all kinds, Ac Price per box, 25c. Forsale by all Druggist, aad by ALEX MAI KEN'ZIE, mar 7 Agent for the G. asfg Vn. OKOOP1NG IIUUs, THE best remedy for sick babies, and for all the dis eases of children, from one hour to five years old, is THE CHILDREN'S PANACEA, Of the Grafenberg Compafir. For fevers, teething, diarrheal, rickets, colic, worms, Ac, Ac, it ia tbe best melicice ever known. In the Gtaifcn berg Almanac, that is given gratis, vou wiU find a list of numerous Physicians throughout the Union, who have used It in their practice. Whero there aro young chil dren, and it has been used onu, no parent will consent to be without it in the bouse. Price 50c per bottle. For sale by all Druggists, and by ALEX. MACKENZIE, mart 17 Coll ge street SPRING FEVERS. THE GRaEFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS are pre pared from a number of the most purifying, invigor ating and he"liog roots, birks, herbs and rices, selected mos.Iyfrom the Materia Medica cf America. Tneyarea powerful tonic, they giro Mreoglh to thesjstem, aoj ena ble it to thnuv off the constitutional tendency to dise e. They har: all th? beneficial effects of a true tonio, without can ting anr ill itTicta. Price 25c per package. For sale by Drugzists throughout the State, and by ALEX. MACKENZIE, mart 17 College street. HORSE POWERS, THRESHEKS, AC THE Celebrated Single and Double Horse Powers, Sin gle and Double Threshers with Separators Tbe Combine I Threshers and Winnower, with Straw Carners. Straw Cntters to be run by horse power. Clorer Uul Icrs and Saw Mills manufactured by Messrs. Wheeler, Melick A Co., Albany, New York. Are now on hand and fur sate at ihe Warehouse of Messrs. Johnson, Horn A Co., Nashville, Tenn., at Manufacturers prices with transporta tion addi tl. Tbe ei tire satisfaction which the above named Machine ry has givea over all others where it has been used for the last three orfour years, is sufficient to salisfr enquirers of its value. Orders are solicited Terms caslu Address jan28 m3w W T WATERS, Three Forks, Tenn Scwaiaec Elouse, COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIA.il ROBERTS, Proprietor, (LATE or lTKtESFBINGS.) THE subscribar has recently taken this well 'Jg?!? known establishment is refitting and thor- liiiWl onghlj renovating it and hopes soon to have it in such condition as not to ba ia fcrior to any house in tbip city. The Proprietor hopes by his exertions and lb ise of his Assistant, (Mr. Craddock, who formerly presided at the City Hotel to be able to make his bouse worthy of be ing patronized by the public and promises that no pains shall l spared on bis part, to merit tbe approbation of tho-e who may favor him with ther patronage. He res pectfully solicitsat-ialof his home. ttbo dtwaw 11 w. i.uiJr.tiis. iiSEEX? J. SMITH, NO. 45 BROADWAY, NASH VI I. I.E. TENN ESSE E. DZALEB IV TENNESSEE IRON, CASTINGS, NAILS, STEEL, WAGON AXLES, ELIPTIC SPRINGS, And all other articles iu ha line of business, which he of fers at Wholesale or Retail, low fur Cih, at the above stand. feb2 ly FARE El'DUCED TO $12 50 4ROM NASHVILLE TO M (MI PHIS, VIA Tennesxc aud Alubhrua iiailnw.l, Columbia, Waynesboro and Memphis an' Charlcslna Railroad 150 miles railroad, and Ilia rciled turnpike. Leaves Nash ville Sundays, WednesiUj s niiJ Fndajs, at fi m Ap ply at the General Sl.ge Office, opposite tlie IW Cilice. dec22 tf. Chsidc Harold riilUS "cry enperior thorough bred STALLION X liavingrecently arrived fiom Virginia, will make his lirst season in Tennessee, at my stables. 6 miles sauUi-wcit of NashviUe, Terms $25, positively to bepaidhtfirethe reaiovalol the property. Ia all cases of failure, the next season will be given gratis. J3J For Pedigree and performancei, see bills, rnart-tf W. G. HARDING. LA IV OFFICE. JM WILKIN having been admitted to practice in . all the Courts of Tennesseeami New York, and bar fag .ermunently located in Nashville, will attend to all matters of Collection and Litigation entrusted to him. Office No 7 Cherry street nov8 tf. ORANGES. JUST received 10 bblsSweet Havana Oranges at janlS J G A C ROUERTaONU A LIS AND CIDER PUMPS. Q NE DGZN of the above wtib Silver Tom, a New ork male article. For sale br marl J. O. A C. ROBERTSON. SODA WATER APPARATUS. GONSlo'l'ING of two Generators and two Soda Foun'B complete, which will be sold to sn.it the tnrchasers. with or without the Soda FodnU Call neon if yon want a bargain. J. u. a c. uuuiiitioU.N s mar4 Conf;ctionerv. Broadwar, NASUV1I.LE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP, 32 COLLEGE STRliET, T. M. BRENNAN Proprietor. MANUFACTURER of Steam Engines. Water Whee's, Horse Powers, Saw and Grist Mills, Gins. Tobacco Presses, P.aiiway, Steam Biat and Agricultural Machinery. CASTINGS or every kind and s.ze, made promptly to order. A largj varte'y const.nlly on hand, including Water Wheel, Sawand Grist Mill Gearing and Irons, Gra'e Bars, Andiron", Uol.ow Ware, Kettles, Wagon Boxes, Ac Wrought Iron work well execu'eL NEW IRON RAILING AND FNECING MAN UFACTORY. , t . ... m -iir nn cw. v no r'ilA-rt utrect. hanng added X. the above branch-to his p.cent , estab:iabu.ent, is r. ivi.Ar. .-ml Ii nor Lintels and Sills. Ac Ac All orders well sad promptly attended to arl8- prepared to lllloroers lor an sineui tor private and public build.cgJ. including Verandahs Bal- f r- . ... ..a prV Knrlrurc3. Iron Open Fronts MISCELLANEOUS. C.aita.Goga AND onaory machine Worlss. EASTMAN, LEES &CO. THE undersigned havipg leased for a term of years', tho Foundry and Ma- chine Shops ofths East Tennessee Iron Janufacturing Company, cro prepared to execuU all crdrea in their lite at the short '. est notice and on the most sccommochtiDe leims. ni; ii- - '"""'.ngiaei ana toilers; MjniDgand Mill Machinery ofevery description; r Gas Piles, and Pnmp clsriog' VMi r et.F.' i",Titch Siands.aaS aU kinds of Rail Road CasUngsv itrass, Ac: Horse Powers, Thresh, nj MaehiBea Corn and Cob MilU; Forginga cf every descriptio. Brwge and Oar Belts. Pa ticular attention i,i .i. , and Cars. 1 "Trs e! iccrr.0UVES JOHN U. EASTMAN, 1 JONATHAN LEES. I THOMAS WEBaTER J EASTHAN, LEES AiCO. Shelbrvilla Ernositor bill to this office. " r. "?: loS4 dtwiwjm pfuu botahdTO jOTS5r I auccemir 10 iiamiltou a Fatter TETHESSEE E00T AND SHOE -ANbVaCTCHY ' Corner Market nnd Spring orchiircb SU., ' Nashvilli.. Tm HATEFUL for the liberal potreasge bestowed upon VJ th:a Mannuctorr since its mi.Mnun tK. o. pnetor feels determined to merit a cod tia nation of thesatsa in future. I have now on hand a good assortment of readv mad work. eonsistirjr in nart nf JI en' Un r nj vtt i-uu Kip and Thick Boota and Shot Nra Brxa, doobla sole; House terrants Shoos, ladies and M&esC T Mo rocco, aad Kid Boots and Shoos, oil am de from good stock, tn good style an! warranted. Orders from Planters. Iron VmU,-. rs,i.i v,a ns, pike Companies respecttnily solicited. au aauaioi repairing done, I Cash paid for Hides BEEN FULLER. 15" Banner. Whig. OaseUe and Cleveland Kui-p copy, and dif enntinne all other advertisements, aatit. V-??J,1. V ta,1 L AN D . ACl J 1 N ER Y. rpl E liAWBKvrK HriiiVK vnno 1 . .-u ..... . ... w , au. j jut.r tac&uteiti. manufac(nr Iennhvni al i ... n. gua ge. Statioearv FnrinM. L.'tui. 1':... . .m ii.a. r Tools, Cotton, Woollen and Paper M wbmery Torbtee A larker Water Wheels; Gumsy a Pateat Pnaliag I't ess. c, it All articles warranted best materials and Bork manhip. Information may be obtained aad orders for warded on application to Mr. JAMIirf PI.TTNtrnr State House, AashtUU, Tcunette, or addrerfo ' J. II. W. PAOK, 3Vwr, nov.2 md. Office. 11. Ki'bvst.Boiaim-irEMi J'OR SALE. " A FARM one mile South-east from Nashville, near thn Nolerrsville tnrnpike rood. oenUioiae ttftr-one and a qaatter acres, first-rate land, a cumtoru Wa dweiNeg house, tine spring, orchard, Ac. Also V tsrm hve milea .Vertb irom Nashville, on tbe Due a creec turnpix e row, containing one hand red and f irtr acres, beautiful roller land, oh hand i! uwm ) r. eil and forty acres woodland, well set wita btoe grasn- A lt in South Nashville, trjntiog one hundred and fif. tr teot on Colieve street and obb hundred and fortv f.t on Franklin striet, banngoait a brick dwelling betue. containing six roons. rvantrr. kitchen, smoke house, n-r. vanta' rooms, Ac Also A lot near the above, frontier on Franklin strut. two hundred and sereoty sax feet, on College street nine tr;eight feet, and oa Market street n4v-etgtii feet On this lot is a well affarding an absBdaat aad neir-fafling supply of good waier. tnfjrmation should be wanted wfth ra ran) to Ihn above property, when 1 am net at Nashville, itmay ba cb- iaine.1 or sppiic ion to ur. Jobs S. 1 iMiag, comer ef Broad and Summer streetx dcll MORGAN VANCE. Palmer's Patent 3eg. 5 r- This American invention st iBd unrivalled Z c both in this country nnd in Enrope. It is worn K 3 1, 1 Oii luirln. ...1 ttt-II. , t.1 ... I success. In competition with S" ether eabl tutu cf the best French, Kagltaa, and Ger man maauracture, it received the award of the GREAT HSOAL at the WOELS'S 4igHITHX IX LosDox, aa the st arttjict.il (W tmm. In this csuotry it haa been thirty tunes exbiUted, in competition with all others, at Ihe amoal Fairs in the pnectpal cstiea, and has. m every instance, received Ike award ot th bifrbest or Jtrstprtmuim. And as a crowning honor . by the nsonimoss approval uf an mtemarjwnal ooucoil, the "First I'ramio " oo!r Siinr (given for Lwiba was awarded the in ventor, at the late New York Crate) Fsee. The leg is Saely ventilated allowing s. enrrent of sir 10 pass around the. stump, keeping it ia a axil aad HmMy condition. Pamphlets giving full ieAiramties.iiect gratis to every applicant. B. FRANK PALJfSR A Cs. Nov. 10 Urn S76 Cbeataat Stre, Philadelphia. REt.ULAR TUESDAY PACKETS FOR CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE. ALBERTTNE, . AIK1N, Maeter ECLIPSE, A. L. SUTF1N, Mater - u.i c ot iBtse nos leavm 0.1 VmhrilTA.r Tflli'miA V ' - --. . r,.. iinMnnm . r I II . .,, and Cincinaati fr Nashville every WEDNESDAY eren. ing at 4 p. m. All frc'ght snipped by theiu" J'. c-sne through without detention in this river U. 11. HARRISON dec9 tf p A HAMILTON. REGULAR !NEW ORLEANS fACKET. THE new and light draught steamer . ia.i. 1 CUMBERLAND, M. D. It. F. Ufet0 BROOKS, Master, being now nearly naish-St, ed, and the best adapted boat for the trade, wil commence plying on the 1st December next between Ibis port aad New Orleans. This boat has superior ac commodations for possengets, beetries being adapted to carry every description of freight and Steele in a salistec- tory manner, i or freight or passage asd orders apply on board or to 11. IX. ilAKKlSUli, nov9 6m Ageat isilijUi.Ai: CTJ.TIIlEIIL,V.M ItlVKlt 1MCICF.X From ."ulirilIo to Ntuitlt.nntl autl Cntro. '""HUE superior light (Iranpht stejaier X NETTIE MILLER. WlLfcY MMMS, Master, will pi v regularly doringe low water as above, and to all lntermeenaie LwMiings. Xou boat is nearly new, with exeeileat freight and passenger accommodations, and bas been recently purchased to tail trade. We, therefore, solicit fur her a l.beral shire of pub lic satrjnagc Psugeni and shippers can have their wants punctually attended to by applnsg m board, or to U. H HAkBISON,rA , octSI-6m. A. HAMILTON. t g18- S.ltllltli.V.'Mr, IMUlO.lli AU C,lllt l'ACKKX TU'lCIl A WIXK. THE LIGHT DRAUCiUT STkAMfch. MONTICELLO, G. W. Cocch. Master, . will run as above until January next, alir2i, which, she will ply regularly between tbta pun and WAITSBGRO, and all intermedinte landings. Orders , left with hec agents for passage or freight, will meet with prompt attention. IL II. HARRLON, i . . oct30-6ra A. HAMILTON. 1 A lt 1 1 li ti U LaA. t i.O tl 1 V 1 1. L. K XX li J C I- ft A XI l'ACKirr. rpHE NEW LIOUT DRAUGHT PAS. X sengerandfreightitiamer ALIIEit TINK, MILTON AIKEN, Master, baring. been recently bum lor ine unmoei land riv er trade, will run during the low water sewon a above, and to all intermediate lane inrs. Orders left with ber geot lor freights or possenerj, will meet prompt atten. A. HAMILTON, Markat street, or tion. H. U. HAitRISO, Agente, octlS 6m Front HI , opposite s. B. landing. ui:;li.aic Ian im ii.ix, ii.itinv.in AND riAMlVII.J.M IMCKET. DURING TUB ENSUING SfcASoN, tbe commodious light draught steam-r, .HAt.iMJLlA.IJ. a. SCUUDbK, Masler, will run regulaily as above, and to all IN lvluijlATbr LANDING.--. Being exceeding hicht, (IT inobes draught) with superior ACCOMMODATIONS tor passe ngers, and capable oi making quick trips, soiteats pabhe patronage. rs1 Order left, with either of tb undeongsed Car rctgbt eituer way will meet prompt atten too. Jl. Jl. UArtKlSU.", I "ectll 6m. A HVMILTON. A seal t I.O I;" IS VI LI. U ANU CINClNNAXi IMOICET. TIIE &e: and light draught s'eamer. ECLIPSE, D.A SUTF1N. Master, having been recently puretiafed fcr iie - above trade, will run regularly doling the evnuag season This boat has superior uconnKKlatiom lor caswrger d .res capacitated to carry a larg e earo oa little war jr. Order forfreightwiil.be thastfallr received and t rarded with out deUy by ber agents. 'e solicit tor ibis boat a liberal share of patronage. H. II. HAKbON U-nta novlS 6m A HAMILTON. f " I: Oil CAltJtil AUK. IIUIfK.SVl Lli AND WAITMJIIIiu. THE LIGHT DRAUUuT STVMER X. 1.. n,VVIS. Tbobaj J. Pas. mm, Master, having been recently parehased es-agj peciallr for tbe above trade win maxe throcghont the eosoiBg season WEEKLY Tali's as above and all intermediate landir,,. For freight or. passage ap ply on board or to H. H. HARRISON, noTl3 6mo. Agent. ST5 TTvtlal-K. .S.MIXlU.A.sjo AM) A'aT " DUCTAII IMCIliri'. fTUlE SPLENDID PASSENGER bTEAMSS X BLANCHE LEWIS, Ja. Les, Mas- L&St? ter. Thissteariierisoowbeing.Daishedat Lon. ! isville, and will be here by the 1st of November and run in the above trade all the season. Her Cih aceo mm oda lioos for passengers, combined wiih Inr light draught, make ber one of the best adapt! bona fbrtbeCamberland. river trade. octSO tCl A. HAMILTON, Aa't. . . H H. HARRISON. ' MATCHES 10 casts Kom( Miwt tkx S.tciea, m by WH GORDON ACO. JjOUR O FF1CES ror rent over Kerr- Cedar rtreet. 1 first floor. Call at PICKlfrTU ' A GOOD UOUaE, 8 rocimi aad 6 acres or ground ia' Edgefield, one mils from the Square, at jan2S ' PICKETT'S. fj0& 1