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voL.xxm NASHVILLE, TENN, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER- 4. 185G NO. 316 A H Lit IT a re at f u s. t- . - i -y y ).-.- ' 9 " , ' -""'" UNION AND AMERICAN. uFFICE CORNER CHURCH AND CICERRY STREETS. rRE WEEKLY ONION .AND AMERICAN ia furnished to subscribers at $8 00 psronnum ia cd ranee T ho TRl-WEEKLY is published ever Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, tt$5 00 per annum, ia advance; if set poid in advance, $0 00. -thi DAILY Is published at Eight Dollars. J-THE MONEY, IN ALL CASKS, TO ACCOMPANY 3CBSCU!iTION8.S! ttexittancca of subscriptions may bo made by mail at our risk. So paper will be sent out of the Sttts unless the order is accompanied with the cas h. 1ST We wish it distinctly understood that no paper will uo dissontinuai until ci( arrearages are paid, except at the option of the publishers. H- .G Scovei, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, XT AS TtmomA ta fYmnc ia Hnildinra. a few doors South XX of the Post Office, whera he will sell bis stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stufli Perfumery, fancy Articles, Hair, Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Scrub, Horse, rami, vtrnisn, una Flesh Browns, sc , ao , i muuicosjo cr retail, st s tore price with a view to ciose rpHIS is the favorable time to put in Turnip Seed, tarty X and Late. Scarlet Top and Flat Dutch Turnip Seed, for sale t Cooper' Buildings. "RfYtlY: Ft RACES. "TT'OUXD serviceable in pulmonary; diseases, weakness ' j:U 'f the tact acd breast, indigestion, general aooiiuy, difpositioh to curvature of the body, rcund shoulders, , . H. Q. SOOVSL, Cooper'a Btcldbg. LONDON SUPPOHTEnS. A verr neat, eisv, and cheap body supporter, tor sale J by H. Q. SCOYEL. TO MAKE GOOD TENDER HAY, DT in your Millet Seed now, ot which a verybeauti ful article can be bad at n. G. SCOYEL'3. POR i'ALL AND AVINT.ER USE. fTHE a' er-proof French Cork Soles are particularly I ) I .1. ' 1 .1 C . . 3 1 C , k oesutioie ia uxping iue icoi urr uiu uuiuiul muto, thereby preventing cold damp feet, which are so prejadi--tal to good health, and productive of coughs, colds, and congaznpuon. l-orsaieDy U. G. SCOYEL. T ADIESeaa find at SOOVKL'd. in Cooper's Build Lj iccs.thefallowin? articles at low prices: Perfumery, in great variety, Ponna s Or Marrow, Ferfumed Uair oil, Pocket Uh'kf Perfumery, Bruihea, Combs, and Fancy Artie!?, Ao.iC CUARE OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED TO E.UIIARK IN THE DRUG JUSl.iSS. rrllE stock and trade, together with the, commissioned X aTtfcles manv sf which are exceediDjly desirable tod profitable, winch have been the accuianlat.on tit yeirs d successful busir.es are now offered to those who wish WEgaeintlte-Drug. Medicine, Chemical, Paint and Oil trsde. Forinfjrmatioo apply to U. G. SCO V EL. ' anglE-tf Cooper'a Buildings. . EJew Firm. HAYING associated with me, in the Drug Business, It. E. Pier, we will carry on the business in all of its vcrioiH branches at the old stand, under the (inn and style of rirETCH Jt Px, where we would be pleased to Ma all of bur friend3 and customers, assuring them that ire will uia our utmost endeavors to give satisfaction, both is regards quality and prices ousl A. STRETCH. OIL, WHITE LEAD, Ac Linwed Oil, Lard Oil, Window GlasH, (allsiiM,) Paris Green In Oil, Chrome Green, in oil. Burnt Umber, in oil, Hand Paper, Turpentine White Lszd, Zinc Paint, in oil, Zinc Pamt in Damar Varnish, Copi! end Coach " Blark Mantle " Alcohol, Ac, just received and for sale by aoy;. STRETCH fc PECK. CHEMICALS, &C , Qaininr, Strvchine. Iodine, Wide lroa. Morphine, Nitrate Silver, Quia. "V alrricn, Oxide Silver, Saladne, Becioie Acid, Ext. Barks, Iodide Pitasn, tc., received and for sale by cng J STRETCH & PECE . PEUrUUERY, ic- Freach and American Ertrasts, Wood's Uair Restorer, Mrs. Allen's Hair ' fine llalr Brushes, " Clothes and Hat Brushes, " English Tooth " Bogle's Hair Dye, Bachelor's Hair Dye, Phalon's Hair Dye, Oilman's Hair Dye, Powder Puffs, with and without boxes. Together with a large assortment of other articles in the ssme liop, just received and for sale by . , STRETCH & PECE, AYholesile and Retail Druggists, t,ugl Comer Col lga and Union sts. NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Nt. 24 tKJUTH YINE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN. i5CoepasATii 1S55. THIS Institution will open on the Second Monday inSeptember next Thesysleml ot instruction adopted for this Academy orarensn five departments, viz: Primary, Kreshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior, to which is ad Jed a Normal Department, designed for those who intend to adopt Music as a profession. Pupils received at any time, and charged from the time they enier to the close of the Senf.lon. The Academic yeir is divived into two Sessions- The one commencing on the first Monday in February and closing on the third Friday in June. TERMS PER SESSION : Primary Department, 520 Junior Department, tl5 Freshman " 25 1 Senior " 40 Sophomore ' 30 1 Normal " 60 KXTRAB. Private instructions on ths Piano or Guitar, (two lesous a week,) per session, $30 Do do do on the Harp, do do 45 Do do do in Vocalisation, Italian style, do 40 Instructions to Gentlemen on theViclin or Flute, (two eve nines in tho week, $15 Ey For further particulars, apply to the Principal. augtO 2m CHARLES HESS. Joimson, Home & Co., CORNER BROAD AND MARKET SEREETS. NAstrvTLLK, Turn. WILL give prompt attention to receving, storing, purchasing, selling or shipping Cotton, Tobacco, Wheat, Corn, Floarand Bacon, and will also devote es ptcial atteutiou to receiving, storing and firwarding rofrchandife of every dlscription. Our facilities in point ot room and convenience are riual to but in the city. jalT29-tf. Groceries. WE ere prepared to furnlh plantation supplies of every kind, and would invite the attention of Mer thinU Hnd i m lers to our stock, which will at all times be complete, and consists in part, at present, of the following arlicirs : W) libds Piigar; 1600 bags Salt ; (0 bnxes Slar Candles ; 100 pieces Bsggirg; aoo " 4S incti Bieein?: 400 bags Ceffee; 500 barrels Salt ; 250 barrels Whisky; 200 half pieces Baceing 600 coils Rope ; together with all oilier articles usually kept in such establishments. JUIINaU.N, HUK.Nh; & UU. jj29 e. Corner Broad and Market sts. LANGUORNE V AltJIISTEAD. C C BOXES Ijinghorne & Armistead's Celebrated To il U bacco, just received. augl7-lw u Ap JOHNSON, UORNE & CO. CAS F4IR COUNTRl JIUUStN STEAMBOATS-PATENT UENZOLE GAS. County nnil State Riplits for Sale. The only Hmzole Machine that will give ngood light. . : I , i : ,1.. r rnK entire apparatus is simple; occupies um mm wui, I requires little or no attention except winding up, iiTilar to a clock. The txi is one third less than ordinary Coal Gas; and mates the most nandsome and cheapest light in the world. It can be seen in practical operation at Hender ten Je Bros.. Deiderick street Any persons wantiug their houses lighted can te sup iled immediately, tbev having made a contract fur the tumisbiDE ef Davidson county, and solicit orders. Information concerning State and Cmraty rights, can be 'gggt0 CherrySt?eeNaae. Scwahce Homsc, COLlFGE STREET, NASIIVIIJjK, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor, (LiTXOr 1TBESPEIKGS.J rllE subscriber has recently taken this well known establishment is refitting and thor- jtiif S ouehly renovating it, and hopes soon to have it in ucVSditiou oS tot to be fnlerior to any house in IhiP ,,ijy The Proprietor hopes by his exertions and tb j of h-7A5SEtont,TMr. Craddock, who formerly presided at t" a Citv Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be inc mtronUed by the publio and promises that no jams shal be spared on his part, to merit the approbation of those who may favor him with their patronage. He res pectfullv tolimteat'ialorhisbouse. nn,,FRTi5 ' frMfi dtwAw If WM ROHEKT&. COPAKTN EUSIIIP. THE Coportcership of PERKINS, CAMPBELL 4 CO. of this city, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, dthcr of the copartners having the use of the name ot the w in liquidauor, -M- ;,ew Orleans, Dec 6, 1S55. SAM'L P. WALKER ON retiriDC from the Commission Business we return 'niir thanks to our friends and patrons, and cheerfully rewawendour successor and late partner, W. M. Perkins .together worthy of the confidence SAM'L P. WALKER. f pUr usnetu niMPHKI.I. A CO.. w 1 bacon- K ed by , W. M. Perkins, under the (tylscf, declS-lyJ ttaued witnou PERKINS A CO NASHVILLE .A2iU CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD- ARRIVAL AND DEPABTDKE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. TO take effect on and aterSATURDAY, 21st of June, 1 .. v. 1 X- 1. ."11. n r . r a I 1556. jjay rassengerieaTra iiaauiuio i si,uo, a.ai., rjti'tm fit Chartitnooza at 6.05. P. 11. Night Passenger leaves Na3hville at 5, P, M., arrive! at Ubattanoogaat- ou,a. m. Day Passenger leaves Cbaltanooga at 6, A. U., arrives at Basil vine at r. -u. Night Passenger leaves Chattanooga at 9 15, P. M, ar- rives at nasnyuie ai o.o, .a. m. Jnnt21. H. I. ANDERSON, Snp't. NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA SPC1AL K07ICE TO SRIPPERS VIA SA FAXXAlI TO JXASHYILLE. AO mo Nashville aad Chattanooga Railroad Company has notified and reminded the Central Railroad Com pany of Georgia, of their Summer Rate, and it does not seem to have been noticed or recognised in the hand bills m uiat company recently distributed In our city, we take this method of informing the Merchants and Shippers by that line, that the rate will be ?185 perl 00 lbs on 1st CIaa Goods.and not 1 !5, as thehand bills represent ?1 25 is me average tnrougn rate on First Class Goods from the Seaboard to Nashville, bnt is subjected to tho 10 cents ad ditiosalintheSunvuerand a deduction ot 10 cents per 100 lbs. In-the Winter, which make the rate as per our navertisement n 85 from June to Decembe-, and $1 15 irora uecemt)rto June 11. 1. ANUKHSUX, june 21 Superintendent THE SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECrT ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES FROM ALL POINTS SOUTH AND WEST. " dcntral Ohio AND Baltimore and -Ohio RAILROADS, KDNN ISO TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OHIO, AND iiaitii.HuttE, 'in UUUKS! BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH I rTAUE ONliYBOHVE by whlcti through tickets to Wa:.h- L. ington can De procured, to which point as well a- to Baltimore, it ia the shortest, most direct and in every re spect the most reliable route. It L the only rou'e by w .ich purchasers of Ihrough Tickets to New . ikv.ro etubled to reach the cities of Baltimcre. Philadelnhia and New York, at the cost of a Ticktt to Ne York only, thus en. uoiing iiusiness men ana Travelers mr pleasnre or iutor mation to visit four of the principal cities in the Union ibr wts cgbi man can db an jraeq py any utuer route. And it is the onlr rvute by which Throueh Tickets can be had to Richmond .forfait. Winchester. Fredericksbnre. uua reiersourg , uuanesion, oavannao, aiacon, At lanta, Augusta ! iey Springs and B-iford Springs. rassengers i 'ijuville lace id Carter & That -a, steamers on ti. ttage Coaches of mberland river, .a United States the JeuVsonville . ect connection at to Louisville, conn ing there w l Mail steamers to Ciucnnati, or wii. Railroad to Indianapolis, led., ninke . Columbus, unio, wltn tne li.tr . Railroad to Wheel log, whence closecannecti Railroad is made to Wast., delphia and New York. u iLe Baltimore aad Ohio ;.oa City, Baltimore, Phila- Passeneers holdine Throueh TickeU from Mem phis are transferred at Cairo to the cars of the Illinois central ttailroad, irom tnenca passing through Terre Haute, Indianapolis, Dayton and ienia to Columbus. Three Daily Trains lekve Columbus, at 10 A. 5L, 8:80 P. M. and Vi v. it. IS?" Travelers are requested to notice that while this is the only route aff irdine Throueh 'tickets to all the Eastern Cities at the same rate as charred by other routes to 2(iw lorn 0'iiy. u ia also tne snertest, most speedy and direct to all the leading poiaU in the East. The distance from Columbus to Baltimore is only 576 miles, being about 100 miles shorter to New York, than by any other route. There are lesscnanges oi cars oy mis route, and consequently .ess auieuuao, inau or miy uiuer. PJf" The road is ballasted with broken stone and is entirely tree Irom dust. t or tunnertntormation, please apply to U. U. KUMSEl , gent, Nashville. Tern. For Through Tickets coplv in Louisrilla at the office of ice u. a. Jian steamers, cr at me Jtutfrsonviiie uaiiroad umce, stain street. wii. a. wuuusiuk, Master Transportation B. A O. R. R. JOHN M. SHARP. General Western Aeent june 25 FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, &C.,iC.,iC. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LINES- CABIN PASSAGE 20: STEERAGE 8. The well known first class Steamships CAPTAIN R. HARDIE, AND State of Georgia, CAPTAIN J. J. GARVIN, Will hereafter form a Weekly Line to Philadelphia, sailing every Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles ton, as follows : The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the follow ing Saturdays July 19th, August 2d end 16th, Septem ber um and sum. lei eaving Philadelphia alternate Satur- days. The State of Georgia will soil from Charleston the fol lowing Saturdays July 12th and 26th, August 9th, 28rd, and 80th, September lS'.h and 27th. Leaving Philadel phia tha ulternste Saturdays In strength, speed and accommodations, these ships are fully equal to any running on the coast Inland naviga tion.ioo miles on Delaware River and Bay; two nights at sea. FOR NIAGARA FALLS. THE LAKES AND CANADA, SlIORTESl AiVD CHEAPES1 ROUTE. These Lines both connect at Philadelphia with the Great Northwestern Railroad Route through to Niagara Falls or Buffalo, in 16 hours from Philadelphia. Through Tickets with the privilege of stopping at Philadelphia and Inter mediate points, lor sale by the Agents in Savannah and Charleston. 3?" Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, f 23; to Elmira, $26; to Canandaigua, J27. Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN Agent at Savannah, C.A. GREINER. Agents at Charleston, T. S. A T. G. BUDD. jy 10'56 8md NAPOLEON AS HUSliAND AND LOVER. WE PUBLISH SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, THE CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE OF THB EMPEROR NAPOLEON AND EMPRESS JOSEPHINE, Including letters from the time of their marriage until the death of Josephine, and also several private letters irom the Emperor to hi brother Joseph, and other important personages. With numerous illustrations. By John S. C. Abbott, author of the HiBtory of Napoleon, Ac. 404 pp., 12mo. Price l 25. JUST PUBLISHED, THE HUMOROUS POETRY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FROM CHAUCER TO SAX& Narratives, Satires, Enigmas, Burlesques, Parodies, Travesties, Epi grams, Epitaphs, Translations. With notes explanatory and biographical. By J. Parton. 1 vol., 12mo., 689 pp. Price $1 60 "All that there is of graceful gaiety, harmless wit, and sterling tun in he shorter poems of tbe English language, is here embodied." Phrenological Journal. "Take it up when ia a merry mood, and yon shall find romething therein to jump with your humor; when jaded, or hot, or rut of temper, and ten to one the pleasant dcBe wlli revive and do yon good." IN. Y. Albion. MASON BROTHERS, augl3 PDBLISUEBS, 103 and 110 Doane street. N. Y. S vTriE INTAKES OVER THE" NASHVILLE COURSE. FOR OCTOBER, 1856. rUESDAY, Oct. 21,1856. Sweepstakes for year olds. 2:!0 subscription, ?100 forfeit IVo mile heats; three or more to ronkea race; to close tbe 1st day of July, 1S56. 3t)0, added by the Club, if two or more start Second Race Same Div Sweepstakes for 8 year olds. 1 100 entrance fin forleil One mile beats 8 or more to make h -ace; to cVe Iht July. WEDM-SltaY, Ort. 22 Jockey CInb Purse ?250 two l-tl i ttj K.-rond Kttce SaniB Pay STeepstakea tor 2 year olds tli' eutMtic"-fi: inrleit Mile out, 3 or more to make, a rare, to cl"?e Ifci July THURSDAY, Oct. ?3 Sweepstakes lor 8 year olds. t2w entuuee 45" fctle't Two mil heats. Three or Uiore to mskp a race; to clone 1st July. Second Uace Sweepstakes for all ages. $200 entrant 150 lorfeit. Mile Leal. Two or moie to make a lace, lorlose Ut Ju'r. FltlOAY, Ovt. 24.JocUy Club Purse 500 three mile boa's. Second Ruce SwepsUkes lor all ages. J200 entrance f.10 fi'ifeit Two mile heats. Twr. or mo2 to make a race; to close 1st July. SATURDAY, Ont. 21) Jockey Club Puns JSOO-four mile beats. Second Race Sweepstakes for untried 8 year olds. f200 entiance 1 50 fotfeit. 1 hree or more to make a race-, to cIom 1st July. W. J. PHILLIPS, jnnel9 dtl Proprietor. A CAltD. I AM manufacturing daily at my Eclipse Stove Foun dry in this eity, a good assortment of STOVES AND HOLLOW-WABri.vii: Ovens, Pots, SkilletB and Lids, Sad Irons and And-irona of difl'erentpatters.forthe whole sale and retail trade, at small profits. Also, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, ot the best qual ity, at low figures. A few fine chamber setts of Brittania Ware, and No 1 Refrigerators, oa hand and for sale low. Particular attention paid to Roofing and Guttering with Tin or Copper. Old Copper, Pewter, Brass and Scrap Iron taken in exchange for my manufactures. H. P. DORRIS, aucl 6m No. 6 College st, near Church st WOOLI WOOLI WANTED JnnelS FOR CASH. BY E. O'SXNE. DRUGS. 3UBT iLHRIVBD. iODOZ BALM OF THOUSAND FLOW- XO ERS just received by Express direct from the pro- pnetor. for sue at SO cents per bottle marl J G. PRO WN. 4S College street FISHING TACKLE. A large stock selected by1 one of the firm, consisting of Genuine Limerick xxuuks. piain and on snoods; also, Aperaeen, uraveta- leen, aua common Mmencklioocs; a splendid assortment of Lines. Cable Laid Silk and Sea Grass. Snun and Plated. Silk; .Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every variety In shoTt, can supply those who can uppreciaie Que Tackle with almost every thing they may need for the successful iuua?i:uiiuu Ul uiui UABIUI calling. jey iu, u. tittuvT, 40 uonegeii. lOJ-Lrv'R OIL i Gro. centime Cod-Liver Oil. j jusi received tram liusntcn, utarx a uo 3, dv jefc ju. u. wtuwfl, 48 uouega su Y EECILES. 1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and tor Lj sale ay ji. u. uttuwa, 45 uotiege st. TJURE MANONGAHELA WHISKY. 5 bbla X of the above iust received, of pn?j quality; sold to us lor six years old J jea ju. u. Bituwa, vi uotiege st. O TONE WARE. ?-4oo pieces atone Wore, con O ice of Jars. Churns. Jczs. Milk Pans, Butter Crocks sc. ot every size, just received. je ju. u. ukuyvin, tauoiiegesi. POltTER AND SCOTCH ALE. Constantly on band. Barclay. Perkins. & Co. 'a celebrated London rorterand ilein 8 acotcn Ate. le9 --v JO. O. BROWN, 43 College st PiSARL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very superior .i-i v. I i : .i jea ju. ti Bttu w,'4B uoiiegeet. MEDICAL f DKAlOVILLjb' Oc DELL, DRUGGISTS, No. 2C Cherry et, 2 doors from corner Union, NASHVILLE,. TENNESSEE. OALM ufa Thousand Flowers, received and for sale by WOOD'S CelebruWd for sole by Hair Restorative, received and DEMOVILLE A BELL T OW'S BROWN WINDSOR SOAP. Ju3t received a X-J fresh supply of Low's Genuine Brown Windsor Soap. rorsaie py utiau v it,i,s a n.i.Li. UMBS Just received a superior lot of Dressing and j rine loom uouius. rorsaieoy may25 DhMOVlLLK A BELL PORT MONlriS A ypteodid assortment, received and r.. .... 1 l T I L- J l V I T , . . J. nn JL. iui Blue ujr i;ctdiu I utiiu c. li.ui . may 2 j POTASH Revived und for sale by DEliOVILLE A BELL juneS TjNGLlSH iHUsTARD Received an extra fine XI a article, an J for sale by juneC DEUOVILLE A BELL. JTMiA VOICING EXTRACTS' Lemon, Vanilla, X- usee, celery, urange, rine Apple, Almond, Ac junei DEMOVILLK & BELL. THYSIClAiS 1'OCKET CASES OF YIAIS. X Vanoas patterns, received and foreale by UhMUVllilih, iSUta.li 'IA. TEA. We keen eonstautly on hand a superior l article oi isiacK and ureen leas, wnicn we will war rant to be oi the best quality. jee ui3iuviLL,r, nuiHi w OOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. Just re ceired and for sale by aug5 DEMOVILLE & BELL. FRESH CON't.KESS day, by aug5J WATER-Received this DEUOVILLE & BELT-. COD LIVER OIL Hegman, Clark A co.'s Cod Liver Oil received and for sale by nug& UKHUVILLK & MKLL. O IVEEDISII Jjtil'X'KS. One thousand SweeJish O Leeches, just ree-ived by Express, for sale by aug!7 DEMOVILLE A tlEI,L. MEDICAL. AMPUTATING, COUCHING, CUPPING, Diwctixg, DENTAL, Midwifery. LYTHOTOMIC JVepan- nirg INSTRUMENTS. At the lowest prices by Jip5 T. WKLLH. FINE PEN AND POCKET KNIVES ASSORTED COLTS', AUene. and other PistoU. assorted, PORTE MONIES and Card Gifts of Pearl. Ivory. Shell. Buck. Morocco and Russia Leather. Silk and Cottox Purses. For sale cheap by T. WELLS. SILVER, Ivory, Jivne and JJorn Jiuutad, aword, &ouny, Rattan, ffxehory and Sud Watting Oantt. By .. - t m tt i ' r t a AIR OILS, Pomatums, Hair Drss, Hair Ralara Uvtt, FANCY SOAPS, Shaving Creams, TOILETTE WATERS, FINE EXTRACTS, astorted. By apr5 T.WELLS. WAX CANDLES, asorttd tuts and colon; Star and Srxrm Candltt; 20 boxes brown and transparent Soaps. Offered cheap by T. WELLS. COUGH CANDY, Pulmonary Hattrt, Jaynes'Expec torant, BULL'SSARSAPARILLA, DAVID'S PAIN KILLER, Sparkling- GtUetint, ISINGLASS, Tapioca, PtarVd Sago; Barly, Tamarinds, Preserved Ginger, RICE. Received by T. WELLS. ALCOHOL, Brandies, WINES, VINEGARS, Ttat.at sorted, CHOCOLATES, Mustards, HAVANA CI QARS, Fine Tlbaccot. By T. WELLS. T AIM'S, OILS, VARNISHES, of best qualities; DYE jl oiur.'o, asAuiiiAu. WINDOW GLASS. Hollow Glassware. Stosx Wabx. FLOWER POIS. assorted. T. WELLS. Offered low by TJ YDRAULIO OfcMENT, hand rtasier, rLAStKarAK XX 13, Spanish Whiting, Chalt, PUMICE STONE. B" apr5 WELLS, y "pOTASU.Seda, SaUratvt, Saltpetere, Bobax Cream, jl lartar, takiakiu auiu. j?or sale by apro T. WELLS. LIFE PRESERVERS, Sdocldib Bracis, Trusses GAME BAGS, Shot Rtlts. Received by apr5 T. WELLS. OUR RING FLUID and Lamps. Received by T. WELLS. 1J opr5 SNUFFS. French Rappee, Macaboy, Scotch, and DELPETS ROSE SNUFFS. By T. WELLS. UTABOGANY AND OAK VENEERS, and Received and offered cheap by T. WELLS. JJX MOULDINGS. apr5 WALL PAPER. 4,000 BOLTS, Fine Satin, Glazed, Gilt and Velvet Hall and Parlor Papers; UNOLAZED PAPER, a large assortment of very hand some patterns, at unusually low prices. Gilt, Velvet and Paper Bordering, Fire Board Prints, Curtains, Tester and Centre Papers. Received and lor sale low by apr5 T. WELLS. HEDGE PLANT. Large supply of fresh Osage Orange, the American Hedge Plant Seed. Just re ceived and for sale by T. WELLS, Sijn of the Man and Mortar, on Market, opposite apr5 Union street .Nashville. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Drug and Chemical Store, NO. 19, SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, nian villi, us v. JAhSS Etn.NAi'. T. B. RAINS. KERNAN & RAINS. THE undersigned, having removed to Nashville, and as sociated then-selves fur the purpose of conducting a Wholesale and Retail Drug Business, have recently open ed at the noted stand formerly occupied by Plummer A Co., a Urge and complete stock of fresh genuine Staple Drugp, pure and unadulterated Family Medicines, choice Perluniery, Fancy Articles, Ac., Ac , all or which, guatan teeing the purity and genuineness of every article, they will cell at the very lowest market price forcashoron the usual time to punctual dealers. Tbeyara determined to send oqt no article of medicine about whicb.theie can beany doubt whatever with refer ence to its purity. They respectfully solicit a share of the Prescriptions of the Physcians of the city. This department of their busi ness will be under the supervision of competeut chemists. They trust that their rigid attention and fideiity to the interebt of those who may favor them with their patron age, will merit tbe approbation of their patrons and en sure success to their new enterprise. june23 KERNAN & RAINS. The Shaving oai. VROOM & FOWLER'S WALNUT OIL, MILITARY SHAVING SOAP. EVERYTHING sought by the mo3t fastidious in this branch of the toilet, and essential to a "good shave," will be toundupon trial combined in tbe above named ar re It cas now oeen in the market 12 years, and the thous ands who have used it can testify to its surpassing and agreeable qualities. It is without donbt the best Soap in the world. The genuine bears Vroom A Fowler's signa ture in fac simile, and is only manufactured by John B. Vroom, (mcceisor,) New York. Sold in Nashville by T. Wells, A. H. Roscoe, G. W. Hendershott, Jo. G. Brown, and In New York by dealers generally. jnlyl7 8m THOMAS BOYERS, Gallatin, Tenxessis. COMMISSIONER OF THE U. S. COURT OF CLAIMS ANO FOR TUS SEVERAL STATZS. NOTARY PUBLIC, AND MAGISTRATE. acg20 -tf. H. M. AKEROYD ARCHITECT, &c, PUBLIC SQUARE, OVER BERRY'S STOORE, VIBnmt- '1' TJLANS, Elevations, Sections, and full sized detail .T1t trvnta roof. X Drawings of every part of city and deuces, with entire specifications, Ac, as made by tbe best New York and English Architects. cctl6 ly. RAILROADS, &C. NAHVJLLE AND CHATTANOOGA Rates ot; Freight on Prodace to CHARLESTON AND SAYAN KARA TO TASI ITRCT OS ATDiTTIX IB I FIRST DAY OF JUNE NEXT. AT a Went meeting of President and Superintendents of lM various Roads connecting Nashville with Charleston ifcdSavanab, the following rats uf Freight. 'i FIRST CLASS. Feathers, Wool, Flour in Sacks and Books, perlCO f 1 4c Beeswax, Ginseng, Pink Root, Cotton. Rope and Bagging, Hemp, Star Candles, Soap, Lard and Linseed Oil and Window Glass, per 100. if I pO 1J11KU IjIjASS. -uetu Tobacco in Jihds, per 100. 80 wnisxy, per barrel 3 Oo Beef and Pork, per barrel 2" 50 Flour, per bbL , 1 40 c rooms, in lot or 50 dozen and npwaids.,-. 1 00 To prevent overcharees the Airent of the N. A G. Kail- road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation oi wonruuuftutTOKi (us raiea ba SDecinea. uniu innnr notice, H. I. ANDERSON. mayl4 in Superintendent. PENNSYLVANIA K.ilbi.oAU. rrtHE GreatCentral Bewla. connecting tL AtUntir- JL witbWttero,ortbwee4rnr6jKtisii". western States by a continuous Railwaydfrect. This road also coanecti at rittsourg witn daily line ot steamers to all ports on the Western Riversi and at Cleveland and Sandustv with oieaniern to on poris on me jnortnwsstern traces ; maims the most direct, cheavest and reliable route bv which O. -II .'. il .... . . , .. -r aLiuui can oe iorwaroea to and irom tne Ureal n est Rates between Philadelphia and Fittsbnrg : F1PJ5T nt.lRWJ Hnnta 1 fl.rj. 1 8 ,- k,.,o i. lie P6r lOOIi SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, r i rt 1 t . ir , i ifiOc vry uooaa i.ia oaies,; uaruware, ja- per 10011 uier, sc THIRD CLASS. Anvils.Bagglng, Bacon, and Pork (in bulk,), Hemp, Ac FOURTH CLASS. Ceffee, f ish. Bacon, toe per 1001 40c per 1003 and t'orx (pacted, ) Lard and Lard Oil, E-l . -Ill "lil. .. ' r lour i per ddi. uaui lanner nonce. Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until further notice. Cotton ?2 per bale, notexceedintr 500 lba. weiirht until further notice. rSf In shipcin? Goods from nnr noint Kast nf I'liiln. ueipujo, do particular 10 marc package " tu rnuade!f,hvi Railroad." All Goods consigned to the Agents of this rt ni.:i i i;..LT- mi , - " nuuu ubxruuaueipuiaur xriiuuiir? win pe iorwaruau wim out detention. Faoarrr Agents. Harris. Wormley A Co.. Merrmliis. m i r- i-m , . r. ... . .. . ' Sou, Evansville, Indiana; Dumesnil, Bell and Murdock, and Carter & Jewett, Louisville, Ky.;R.C. Meldrum, Madiion, 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 House, New York: No.l William street and No.8 Batteri" I'ljce. Nrw lork; b.J.Sneeder. Philadelphia: Mazraw A Koons. Ba1- iiuiure; ubj. j rranciscus, niLsourg. U. H. HOUSTON, General FreigU Agent, PlU,t. 11. J. LOMBAERT. Sav't.Altoona.Pa. i : n i. ii . ' " janB '56, tlslj 57. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROA11. npHREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia jl aau niuiirare. ina muimuu jiaiii TiiaLJi leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7f A. M., and Pitta bnre for Philadelphia nt 7. A.M. THE FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M., and Pittsbunr r t)ll ll..lr ... II . r mill. .Tmi.m -.v.nnr.? iui ruiiBueipuiu ai i, i .ai. iut- .uuui u.rHU3o TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg nt 11, P. M, and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, P. M. The above lines connect at Pittsbunr with tha Railroads to ana. j ram at. louis, aio.; Alton, uaiena and Uhicago, LU.; Frankfort, Lexfntton. and Louisville. Kv.:- Terra Haute, Madison, Lafayette and Indianapolis, Ind. ; Cincin- umi, iyaywu,opruigueia, oeiieiuuuune, aananssy, i oiedO, Cleveland, Columbus, 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 tha above places. For further particulars, see Handbills at the different starting points. Passengers from the West will find this the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia Dai.iu.ore, neir i ort or uostort. TU03. MOORE. Agist. Passenger Lir.es. Pkilada. 3. MESKIMEN, Agent, Passenger Lines, Pittsburg. Philadelphia, 1856 jan8 ly FARE REDUCED TO 12 50 FROM NASHVILLE TO 3IEMPI11S. VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia, Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad. 150 miles railroad, and 165 miles turnpike. Leaves Nash ville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6J a. m. Ap ply at the General Stage Office, opposite the Post Office. aeci.a ii. FARE REDUCrD TO $7 FROM NABHVILLS TO JACKSON. TENN. VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia and Waynesboro. For seats apply at the General Stage Office. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at il4 a. m. dec22 tt OYERS ac CO.. AUCTIONEERS AND C0HMISI0N .MERCHANTS, UAKTsVILLb, TENNESSEE. WILL PURCHASE OR SELL FROOCCE ANP PEOI'ERTT Or EVERT apr23 uEsciupTioN-. WALL PAPERS.-S.Ol'O pieces 25 cent Diner iust re. ceive; Fire Screens.-large variety; Tnndad Paper Testers and Center C Fieces, on band and lor sale by W. W. man. mav7 23 I'ubllcrjquare. corner Ueadenckst. LAND FOR SALE. 3A( ACRES of Land for sale in Robertson County, iU on tbe road from Gallatin, Tenn . to Hopkinsville. Ky., four miles West o( Cross Plains, uid seven miles Northeast ot Springfield. This Land is well improved. 1 will sell the above land on FRIDAY, the 12th of Sep tember, on the premises, to the highest bidder. Terms bne-half cash, the balance on twelve mouths time, note bearing interest from date. Come all that want homes and look for yourselves, as I am determined t sell. 8US1Z Wlri-WIL llt.Kt.Ull'U WAliTUK. P. P. Peck IS cow receiving a number of beautiful style " Coupee" Rockawavs and Barouches. He has also a comolet assortment of Buezies, both of his own and Eastern Manu facture, at hi j Warehouse, lower Market street Julyt 9 tf IMPORTED .11 ALT A JACKS. FOR sale at my Plantation, in Williamson county, foi cosb or on time. FIVE BLACK JACKS, three vei-s old, imported from the Island of Malta, cf pure blood. jys timditw jAata ii. rtiLau.-. ALEXANDER M. WALLACE, General Coiumission Merchant, AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. WILL GIVE FPCIAL ATTEBTIOK TO THE SALE PF BA CON, LARD, FLOUR, TOBACCO, &c, &c, &0. Rirsit TO n i--ii Lrnnn..iia rrann rrAr.iA tiM s. r 'n nrQ ville, Tenn., U T Cox, Louisville, Tenn., J Donaldson, Union, Tenn,, Johnson A Hair, Madisonville,Tenn.,Brab- son A Bro., Sovier county, Tenn., Fains A King, Dan- dridge, Tenn., Vaugn A Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, H M Jackson, Athens, Tenn., Poullain, Jennings A Co., Au fnicti Cln .TAtin Pnntiintrhfim flrprtilthftrri (In V V I.n. cas, Athens, Gi, John Wingueld, Madison, Ga., Carhart t ti- i ti t t1t;ii: 1. ri T i nuu, miKuu, uu.i r M. 11 una, cinauuau, wu. uun ijr ABEAM COXLET. I. L. JOUN50N CONLEY & JOHNSON, (Successors to McClure A Moore.) No. IO Rroad, and No. 91 South Market St., Nashville, Tenn, KEEP constantly en band all kinds of Cooking and Heating Stoves, plom and ornamental; aUo, Tin ware, Grates, Ac., Ac Roofing and Spouting done with neatness and despatch. Sheet Iron and Copper work for Boats, Rolling Mills, Furnaces, Foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap as thecheapest janlS ly. P. W. RUSSELL. T. J. BCOTT. O. . CARIC04 RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION ton MERCHANTS, No. 50 Brqapwat. Nashville, Tesps3Ke. NE)V RANKING HOUSE. J0UM O. JAMES. A. WnELE8S. DAVID p, JAMS JOHN D. JAMES & CO., BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, Next Door to the Bank of Nashville, NASHVILLE, TENN. R. LANIER Ac CO., (Successors to Hart A Hollingtworth,) II o. 6 Market Street, Nashville, WHOLESALE GROCERS 1 DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS. oct23 pAtw BELL HO U S E, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM McTEER, Proprietor. CORNER OT MAIN A"P STATE STREET. Four Horse Mail Coachesleave daily at 7& o'clock, A. M.. for Montvale Springs. f june 15 tf GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 10 FRONT ST., NEW YORK. Particular attention given to GRAIN, end nil Southern, produce. I3T Refer to R. H. LO V7RY, Esq., Cashier Bank of tbe Republic, N. Y. maris 6m LAST CALL. ALL those indebted to the late firm of Railage A Church - are requested to mak e immediate payment to 'inne 23 JOHN RAM AGE, WHEAT AND DA CON. VE desire to purchase Wheat and Bacon, fir which we will pay the highest Market value in cash. jy29 tJOHNSON, HORNE A CO. - STElVMKU newyork.,;.,. om ii.oi.-roN UNITED STATES KAIL STEAJIE2B. THK shin coraprltug this line are WABH I.N'GTO.S. Capt. K. CaVendy; HER MANN, Capt. 'Edward HiRginn. Tbew stea- -menttopteou'thmpton,both'g"tagand recurnlnf rsoroaio jxxti or iiuxa iNit, Fioo Soa'.h- Prom Kew Tort. from Drmeu ampton for OtK. Wednctday rijlarUn HEKHANN Jan. S6 FeL. Mar Maj Jjiii July' AU K.ni Oct Not Not Feb WASHiNr,TO.N...Pah ia Mar A 1.11 May Juno July Aug Sept On Nov Dec HERMANN Ma, 5 WASHlXGTOS.4prll 19 HERMANN .Mav IT WASHINGTON. ..Jon 14 HERMANN Jnlv 11 IS IT 14 12 0 6 1 i 20 JWASHINOTOS...Au5.. 9 HEKHANN j.Pepr 6 WASHINGTON.. .Oct 4 HKKM NN' Nov I WASHINGTON. ..Not 9 (iee V. Dec StOUpinsr&tSouthfimr.tnn.tirtth trnlno- and .Atnrnir.. It.e offer passengers proceedlnto Lonit.iaaniIHavre,udaniagts over any other ronte.for the ecocomj of timo aJ monf v Pasaaze from New Vi.rlrt.. .S.ithftTTirtfnn ond l:rmrn Plr.t Cabin Saloon. 13.1 iLillcm- pi rut n.hin r., v-,i.k.,n 111 dollars; Second do. CO dollzrc. flee" n new'PaPers must pass through the r"ot Of- No hills IlflAdinr Will aiinH n n.rfAl. rM. 1vH nn 1h. day of sailing, ad experienced isurjreon Is attached to each ship. For freight cr pasupe apply to C. 11. SAKD, 11 Snuih Wlllisui itrnt, New York. C. A. HEINEKEN &CO.,nreraeo, CHOSKEY & CO.,Sonthir,oK.n WM. 1SKUN. Havre. SJjjh' Jania-ly CAR IN PASSAGE FROJi CHARLESTON TO NCY YOKK. T V E N T Y-riVE 1) O I. I. A R S . United Slates Mail Lme NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM SHIP. Tlnuuh in -1H to 53 I(onrr. SEAIJ- WiChKLY Nashville, 1800 toos. M. Berry Commander. Muriou, lCCotons, W J. Foster, Comm; der. Jus. Adger, 15iiO tons, S. C.Turner,Coo.uiander, Southerner. l.OOOtons, Thos K an. Commander. ZmMiu LEAVES Adger'b W wvi.eTery Wednes- iSiWff' na" ana palaruay ai:-r "ie arnval of tbe oz cars inim tne Mouth uo VV st, 'at hieh ter." h These Steamships were all built oioresslr fnr thin Line and for safety, speed and comfort ara unrivalled on me VOasi. Tables supplied with evrft iuurr Attentire and conr. teons Commanders, will insure Travellers by this Line a? or puiixe camion ana accursmousiion uaotn passage, $25 Steeraee passaee. is. Forfreightor passajre.hiV.nreler.t State Room Ae- ouiuiuuuauoiiB, apply io UbWliy MLMMUUU31. Comer East Bay and Adger's South Wharf, febl3'6-tt Charleston, B. 0. EXPRESS NOTlt'E. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAII ROAD. rpllF. "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANi "have mad etr- JL rangt ments with tbe above Katlroad l r a Dailr Ex press Line, and are now prepared to rucehe and forward Freight, Packages, Ac. by Passenger Trains to Uuntavide, Decatur, Tuscumbia and iutetmediate stations on the M. A C. and N. A C. Railroads. Small Packages at reduced rates. Sf" Messengers laave Nashville daily at 7 o'clock, a m. Kf" Freights to be lor warded by Express will be called for without extra charge. A K. HOLT, apre Agent. PREMIUM BOOT AND SH02 MANUFACTORY. EREN FULLER, (Successor to Hamilton A Fuller.) TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE 2IANTJFACT0R i , e, Tenn. ( RATEF0L for the liberal patronage bestowed upor. VX this Manufactory since its establishment, tha Pro. pnetor feels determined to merit a continuation of the same in future. I have now on band a freod assortment of ready made work, consisting in part of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Call, Kip and Thick Boots and Shoes: Neirro Broeans. donhle sole; House Servants Shoes, Ladies and Misses Calf Mo rocco, and Aid Boots and snoes, an made trora good stock in good style, and warranted. Orders from Planters, Iron Masters, Railroad and Turn pike Companies respectfully solicited. All Kinusoi i.epainng aone. Cash paid for Hides EBEN POLLER. Vf" Banner. Whig. Gaietto and Cleveland Hnn., copy, and discontinue all other advertisements. nug24. NASHVILLE BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY, No 176 South Front Street, NASHVILLE, Tf un. AB. COOK, practical Bell and Brass Founder, succes. sor to Weller A Cook, is prepared to m mufactar to or er, Bella for Churches, Steamboats and I'laolatiM Also, ateam Whistles, Oil Globes, uvltn-ier, u. Fountain and Stop Cocks. Hose and Salt Well -Iota. rc Mouuting, Anti-Friction Metal. All workmadebymewithneatnessandlis, , olthe best material, at low prices, and warranted. ,cnlS ly " Szcclsior" 1 1 AT the great trial of Agricultural Implements in Nash ville on the 4th. 5th and 6th of June. 1S56. THE "EXCELSIOR CORNCOB MILL" WAS AWARD ED THE HIGHEST PREMIUM, as will appear from the following extroet from the report cf the committee. They s.y "Of Corn and Cob Crushers there were 8 entries, but in consequence cf some accidental breakage, only two made trials 1. Excelsior.by J. C. Baldwin (Leavitt s Patent.) 2 Joyce's Star Mill, by B. S. Weller. Little Giant, by 0. II. Anderson. Both these Crusbcni are constructed on similar meehani cal principles, and ue about the same power; but tbe judges gave the premium to Baldwin's Mill. It seemed to have more capacity in a given time, but its cbiel superiori ty consists in its h :virg moreable rings, which constitute the grinding surtaca, and of course tha wearing surface These grinding surfaces are cast iron, and can be re newed readily and at little cost, a his gives more dura bility for less money." Tne above Mill, for Crushing Corn and Cobs, or grind ing meal for lamily use, is furnished nil complete, trii'i ticopiir of grinding rings, which malts ii ryiro-! to two mills, at the low price of $50.00. Address JASlbS U. liAiiUYVlM A LU., Je27 Gmtw&w 57 College street, Nashville. Tenn. CRANE'S Patent Metallic Burial Gasket, PATENTED OCT., 1855. Funeral Underta&in&r. W. G. B. BOSHMS & Co. VXT'OIJLD respectfully announce to the citizens of Nash YV ville and the surrounding country, that they keep constantly on hand, COFFINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, r From the celebrated Metalic Burial Casket, (so 2"mucl!adm red by all who have seen it,) t3 tbe plainest servant's Ct-iHn. Also, elegant MEASES and HORDES, together with everjthingnecessary for funerals. Mr John ll. Curry, an undertaker of twenty jears' experience, will give bis per sonal attention to tbe business All orders left at onr Store Rooms, No. fS Cooper's buildings, Cnerry street, opposite the Gazette Olfice, will be promptly attended to, bcth day and night. W. O. D. BOEHMS, D. W. RCSSELL. Jons n. CPBnr. Agent. july27 W. R. CORNELIUS AOEST F iR THE SALE CF FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES, IN MIDDLE TENNESaEE. Fasiei'al Undertaking, -VfOTWlTHSrANDISG tbe recent Fire, we ara still in JJ operation, ready and willing to attend on all Funeral occasions wben called on as Udual. with everything that is necessary on such occasions. Offise and Wnro Rooms, No. 83 Deaderick" street in the bonsj formerly rxwnrit by Oram A Shepherd, where orders may bo left night or J"lj25 By W. P. CoRXELICT. NOTICE. r pHE Stockholders of the Citiien s Coal Company are re X quested to make Divment tn th lock subscribed when called on or they wiU forfeit their btuuuioi aiocx, u, a, yAMNOV, jalylS gee'ry, LOTTERIES CAPITAL. PltlZfi 50,000! ALABAMA LOTTERY. Authorwed by the State of Alabama. SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY I CLASS O NEW f ERIES. To be drawn in the City of Montgomery, Alabama, in pub , . , a. is., asoo, on ma Havana Plan I SAMUEL SWAN, Manager. PRIZES AMOUNTING TO 20O,000 Dollars ! will be distributed according to tbe following Magnificent 311,000 TICKETS ONLY 1 1 Prue o . . 150,000 13. lii.OcO is. .15.000 -is 10,000 IS. .Je,,..-tiO,C00 .;..m25,000. .r...4T16,000 1 a , 10,000 e.ww is.,.. 5.0f.O h...., fi,(0 is 1,000 ore .. 500 are 6,000 5,000 8,000 S 10 so 100 3,000 6,000 4X)ars 2,000 . ! 00 ira 20,000 v . 4 prira cf 400 arrpron'atjng-to f MOOO priw arc tl.COO 800 26.000 1,200 250 175 150 125 UO 80 70 if 4.1 EO. 2u 15,00 10,000 ti.OCO 5,000 8,000 1,0(0 1,000 .1.000. 600 . 400 209 ' 1,000 ' 7C0 600 00 400 820 2S0 500 !,00 &.600 8,000 1,000 prizes amounting to $200,000 WHOLE TICKETS, 1 10; HALVES 5; QUARTERS, t2. PLAN OF TOE LOTTERY. The Numbers Ircin i to CO.AoO. eorreiinondiDir with thoie Numbers on iheTuteU printed on teparate slips of icr, are eucirc.eu wuu cnou im luoes, ana placed in una wueei. The first 200 Prizes, suniUrly printed and encircled, are liovea ia auinaer wneet '1 be wbeeLi are then revolved, and a number is drawn from tbe wheel ot Nunbera, and at the samo time a Prize ia drawn Irom the other wheel. Tb number and Priia drawn out are opened i nd exhibited to tbe audience, and rrgistertd by the Commissioner, tha Prize being placed ... t.A V. L J n-i-i r . . im uuiiwr uiaiD, tuia upcrauoa xa repeaiea until all the Prizes are drawn out. A pe boumatios Prizes. The two precedingand tta two succeeding Number to thnoe drawing the first 200 Priz will be entitled to the 500 Approximation Prizes, according ST The Managers, drtermined that their Lotteriea shall excel all others, ifierto the public the above scheme, which, for the brilliancy of its Capitals, and tha chances ot obtaining Prizes, has never been equaled. Vif Remember that every Driza Ia drawn, and caTibli, in full without deduction. 15? All prizes of 21.000 and under, oiid immediately after the drawinz other prizes at the uausI time of thirl r days, AH communications strictly confidentiaL Tho drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately af ter the drawing. urners tor Tickets should be sent i a early. Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at either office. Orders for Tickets can be addressed cither to S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Ga , augie 8- SWAN, Montgomery, Ala or J.Y. UUGGLS'S. Box. 8 Nashville. GEORGIA LOTTERY? By Authority of the State of Georgia. FORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY". CLASS 18. To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on 1UUWU1I, AUgUSl 23, 1306, OB tne Havana Plan I SAM'L SV AN fc CO., Mauaoirj. paizrs Atiotmnta to 203,000 BOLIiAHS ! will be distributed accorfii.fothetoUoMngincgnificeat 30,000 Ntimbers-15,185 Prizes! ! 1 Pnxe of $40,000 is f40,000 1 do 10,000 is 10,000 I do 10,000 is 10,000 1 do 5,000 is 6,000 1 do 2,000 is 2,000 1 do 1,000 Is 1,000 1 do 1,000 Is 1,000 10 do 200 are sooo 100 do 100 are 10.000 4 Prizes of f200 Approximating tofiO.OOO prize, are 600 " 1W ' 10.UOO tM 10,000 400 00 210 4 4 4 4 4 40 75 eo 0 4ft " 25 . 20 " 8 amounting to. . 10,000 5,000 2000 1,000 1,000 200 ' 200 180 1 100 i 600 120,000 5,000 15,185 Prizes, amountinff to .3204,000 The 15.000 Prizes of ti are determined by tha num. ber which draws the 140,000 If that number should be an odd number, then every odd ticket in the Scheme will be entitled to $3 ; it an even number, then every even number ticket in the Scheme will be entitled to $3, in addition to any other Fuze which the ticket may draw. Purchasers in bavin tr an eauil ausntitv of odd and ares number tickets will be certain of drawing nearly half the cost of the same, with chances of obtaining other Prizes. an moss ucseis enaing witn u, i, 4, a, s, are evan all those ending with 1, 0, 5, 7, 9, are odd. YSf Remember that every Prize is drawn, and Davable in full without deduction. T3 All Prizes of il.000 and under, nald immediately after the drawing other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly confidential, Tbe drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately af ter the drawing rai:e or ticxets. WHOLES, tlO; HALVES, $5; QUARTERS, 2 50. Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other tickets at either office. UREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. As one-half of the Tickets are cuiranteed to draw wo will sell Certificates of Packazes of 10 Tickets f odd and even numbers,) at the following rates All that the 10 Tickets draw orerthe amount guaranteed accrues to tbe purchaser. Certificate of I'acka80' '0 Whole Tickets 60 10 Half " .50 " " 10 Quarter " 15 Address orders for Tickets, or Certificate. of Packairea of Tickets, either to S. SWAN A CO, Atlanta, Ga. rt. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. or J. V. MUGGINS, julyf 0 tf Box 0, Nafhville. Out tiie Havana Flan. -1IORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS ! 7,605 Prizes. $102,000 ! Only 15.000 Numbers 1 PRI7.E3 PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION I JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOUERY ; bt AtrruoaiTT or Tine state or oeocgia. CLASS Q To be drawn on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1S58, At Concert Hall, Macon, Ga., under the Sworn Super intendence of CoL Geo. M. Logan and Jas. A. Nisfct, Esq. Patrons will pletse examine this Scheme carefully compare it with any other, and If it is not the best ever offered, and the chances to obtain Capitals far better, don't purabase TickeU. CAl'ITAL $15,000. 1 Prize of , 1 " 1 ' 2 " 5 " 75 " 115,000 is 116,000 . 5.000 is 6 000 2,000 is 2,000 l,'J00are..f ......... 2,000 500 are 200 100 are. .. 7,60 20 Approximations of. ... $50 60 " 25 ere fl.OOO are 1.250 50 " 100 " 7,500 Prizes of ... - are 1,000 . lit are 1.0C0 fSJ are 68,7150 7.605 Prizes, amounting to J102 000 VST TickeU 10: Halves. t5: Quarters. 12 KO. ' Tha 7,500 Prizes of$3f, are determined by the number wnicn araws meiia.uw rnze n that number should be an odd number, thee every.odd number ticket In Oie Scheme wiil b entitled to 53 50ttf an eten number, then every even number ticket wili be entitled to 3 50. in ad- i : . : ti . Li-L . . uniuu iu u uujcr r i iia wuica may Da arawnr Purchasers in buyinz an eau-.l Quantity afodrl ar.d aren cumber tickets will be certain of drawing nearly one-half mo iaji. ui uis aaiue, wim ensbcea ct OStainiDg otuer All those tickets ending with 0,2, 4, 6, 8, ara even all uioze ending wiia i, b, o,i,, are odd. CST" Persons sending money by mail need not fear its being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Commnniua tlons confidential. Bank Notes of sound Basks taken a' par. Drawing sent to all ordering Tickets., EST" Those wishing particular numbers should order immediately. ST" Orders aidressed to James F. Winter. Bex 855, Nashville, Tennessee, will be promptly altended to JAMES F- WINTER, anglS Manager. Macon. Oa. FORTY NKUROES FOR SALE. r HAVE on hand about forty Negroes tor sale. consist ing of men. women and borue girls, cooks, among vthich are several that come well recommended and pio ptrly vouched for. Call soon, auglO-tf -REE3 W. PORTER. Areir'js Pills. AreCuiuiicttMaaibk'tb cn . in:ui never before i v Jr. c - fcaowu 61 anr MeUiciue. nraJids, read -and judge for yourjelres. JHfE3 RACEL, Eso.,, tha wH Sua wo perfumer of Chesnnt curei, rniLuieipata, wnowtqulca prvdacU ar (sued a aluiotiarerj toileUsays t ' i 'I in hppCt ay or jour Catbaktic Puu, thaM hava 4 OUad them a tetter Uuuilv meiliciun for oimraon ma. than J "jot"" wlihtnjray tnowledje. Many of m friends hiTs4 i ii . . "J1?u"ir"ni inesa.aaa coincide wim raet in bUoilo? thatihey fount extraunliairy Tiroes rordit. vtcg uu( dueasa audiCurfrs thq ilek. They ara not on IT ei, ftctual, but tafe ana plejisxai ip bo taken, qualities wataf aiu.t niala tbdm T&inii W paouc, wcrn u; off KM beneflt, forthalulUsinia,la&iror, leu or it petite." 3d bll iou. headache, which .has of late j.arsoveiuxai, iliKaS,, tpring. A few dose of your rill cared me. IhaTaOMd )oar cherry Pectoral manj years la my tacUIr fouonrU and cold, wtm unfaninj ucce. ria oakindlctfe. which cure. And I Vet it ,.ia..n. iSrA.. niiKanir - i ruta r r-n va u; tt . .n ...fn.i..,wi.,u.Hnriii, sood you hare done and are doing-." KAllroidCompaLy.TA;: ' --y"" Pennsylvania Railroad QSc Bit: I ut. .L J,ftlJH!.1??LX?"at,et f f iHo widely renowned S. S.H1'AV1U:k.m d or tv-t-worth.iew Hamp.htr, writes - u-'or vt "Haylnensed jour Catb.itii p...- i . certily from eAw.nee, that tha, i'nh,r"' !' uva. in ewe, f Ji,rUured tnncttont of th. Hn. Z I.r.i. ,t , . .. . any other I havs eyer fuuud. Th .ra ....1 ,lJ7 1 " tlen, and pertecUy safe, qualities which iraEoihem an lival" uablv articla far doMIc uia 1 har for n..n .... . ' " jour Cherry Pectoral u the bast cough laVlielaa tu lb. worm, and iceje 1111. are ni no tfuslaferioriothatadinlra. ole preparation for the Ueauniriii uf ducasai." Aaron, ililne, Koy. 23, 153. "Dr. J. C. Atee Deirfair. lhsTetuMn .mi-. , ray birth with Scrofula In lb voM form, .ml -n.. twenty Tears' tilal.aod an nntaU aiannut ..r -ie..,.r . teen completely cured In a fa w wees Lj-jour ITiU iVito whatfeelmga of rejoicing-1 write, can only tn linailood when you realiza what 1 hate aatrerad, acd how long. Aefer, until now, have I bean free from this loaihsom dueate In omestwte. At lima. 11 aiu-rl ... .. made ma almost blind, betides tha uaeodurabla pilu at other, it settled In tha scalp, of my hd, aad dwtfoted'iur hair, and has kept mo partly bald alt my data ; ioiaeuaiea .1 C.??ot ln.my 'aeo.and kept it for muathi a raw tor: tic fills, and now .u, ol,UreIy rr.e ir-.m tee cJoipUint. aiy ojeiara weU, and my skints fair, aal my batrhaa wuT raaneedaheaiihTaroBth, .11 .,r -V-i. ; ready a new perwi. " ,cv' "' "HoDlne tela aleinent m.r hih. ...... . . . information tha, .hail do gca to., l, sentiment of gratitude, Voum, Ac. T I bare known the abara mn.l iut?uil9i,i? ' childhood, audher.utemeut ts.trlcUy troe. ANDKUW J. MESEKVC Overseerof the Parumoutii .. " Your riLU hare cureu rod fmm a hi!m..n..b aroie Irom darangeuient or the Liner, which had tec. nx, eryienouj. 1 had lalled cranyreuef by ray pfirsleiah and from every rumcdr I eiuid in. hm . t--r.,, '. ' yeur Hlte bate comoleteiv restured ma ia Lcith. ... given them t my childnu lor worms, with ma bort affM. I'hay ware Dromotlr ejred. I im-nmm.iuiui .. , JT7 nend for coativesesa, which hid traublad him for laootes hetold me In afaw daja they had cured hlmt ijo ail. uc.. mauicuiv ut ma worra, ana 1 am uttf to say aov . m.4. linn iu. uiHiogmiaea coiiawroi th. baprem I (I 1 Tt wh.M hnlll.nl .kil.fcu . . . I . . ..iii'.ii . wu.,c iU., uiaaa ajnj Hi Wail known, not only in this bat tne neighboring Suites "aw uiuui, aumpm. 1:54. Sir : I hava srreat aatisfaction in tmn,, , .,. ...., and family hire oeen very much beaeiitied oy jour laedi. clnes. ily wlia was cured two jears since, ct a is vera aad dangerous eoujb, by your Cherry Pectoral, and since tro has ecjojad parlect nal:b. Mj cnlldren hara seeral Utca heon cured Iruca atlaeKs of tha isflueuzi and croup by It It la an inralmble remedy for tae.a eomrit.in!. .J. Wartle Pills have cured mo from a djspepsia and coaUra nets, which has grown upon ma for .urns veals incevd. this cure Is much more Important, from the tact thai 1 had tailed to .at relief Iram th. bait on, i.rin. .hi.k im. .... lion of tha country afiurda, and from any of tea numarou remedies I had taten. You seem to u, Doctor, tike a prorldtatlal blesstn to our family, and jou ma well sappoaa wo ara no. uamlna fulofit. Yoars, rofpecifullr. X.E.WITT THAXTEK." S2S1T1 CHiam. Omn. A...I. .u. Da. J. C. Alia Uouored oiri I h. m .. . ,.n.. ..t. trial of tha Cathartic fUli, latl me by jour aeot acd Data ben eared by then of ihadreadtat Ha.ua.tuai unuer -rhica ha found masutSennr. Ib first d-..a relisted ma, su.d k few subsequent doses hay entirely rerooTei iha ul..s t.. t . """" man jor soma yeara bctore. which I attribute entirely to tha affrtt.ofyou Caiilvatm Pills. Yours, with graat respect. ... LtJCIUS-B. JIKrCAU". J! i-The above are all from tM-rru. hn ... .k.i.i- knuwn where they reslda, and woo would not nut. m.J. statements witboai a LBorough eosTletion thai ihey war. trao. i'ranarsd by ' DR. J. c. Awn. Practical ab Aialtticai. Lhimut, Lowell, -las April 23, 'J8 JOY TOTIlfc" UUKLIll THE ONLY INFALLIBLE KK3IEDY Hurley's Ssrsaarilla. OF all be remedies that hare been dlrayered durtnz tho present ago far the "Uiound Un ihai r...h ,.fc.f noneequattDia wondarful proaaralloa. Only thr.a jea'rs bavaelapsed since tha dlseoerar.- .i . i... smdytng.axpenmenuiUinaand peneetlo lij nrst Introduc ed ttoihepublic,anditls already reto.hlaed bj . thVmost emlnentphysicUnilnallpirtaoftna cULtr) totithenwlt urprtsingaudtllecli.. remedy forearuia dlaeasesof tvhjcli they bav knowledge. All other compounds or syrups of tha root barn hitherto failed to command 1 the saneta of the tacultj, because, on batng tested, they hat. been found to eontali. VoiroJ. tnitZ U8t,,?.lcn """bza-the good effect, of tbsars.r,flut; and eftentlme. lnjora tbe health ot the paa,t. it ii" hot act with lluney'a preparation. ... k , vl!f "V K9BUlue of tha roots and wULon trial.befound toettect a certain and pcrfecleiireof tbofol- ..lnaciion ot tna Bone, Debility, Diseases of tha Kidneys, Dyspepsia Erysipelas, Female Irregularities. Fistula, And all Diseases of lha Skin. Habitual Costitenets, " IndigesUon, UvercorsAplalnt, ftles, Pulmonary Disyaies, Bcrofula, o Kink's Kytr, SyphllJj, Besides enrise the abate. It I. ihw. , w... . . and powerful tonle, purimmr tha hioodsnd i.iA ,ZZ ystsm. in snort, it u without exception, in the cases mentioned IVu SfT.V, ra th Jtem, the most efficacious, as It Is most desirable, remedy of tbe age. It Is already eaten- j.oij ujcti uirourjioai toe country, and Is fas tobtainlni an huroDtra reputaUon. Th inunr.. r i, k.. - . vs vui v it Mat at ;LAVt.sC7A are dally coming to tha prepnetor'a knowledg,and ha has .v...u1u IOwa,uiiiir ii to one ana an who desire to procure relief from saffering. One bottle being tried, lu et feeta will bo too apparent to admit of further doubt. Keeoilect Hurley's Sarsaparilla Is the only geuuiso article In the market. Ky Prlc ono dollar por bctile.or all for are dollars. For sals at the mauufactory, corner of Sarenth and Grsea J5fS;.Loo,?Im?' -Al",wboIesale and retail by H. O. SCOVLL, and by dealers In Jf edlctne throughout the Valtad States, Canada and Mexico. JanZt dA-.vn BERRY A DEMOVILE, Wholesale Agents. Nashville UNIVERSITY OF NASUVILLE. Medical Department. THE Sixth Annual Course of Lectures in this Institu. tion will commence oa Monday, the 3d of November. A full preliminary course, free to all stndeots, will bo given by the Professors, commencing on the first Jlonday of October. ' Professors' Fees, 8105; Malriculalion Fes, 15; rrieti cal Anatomy, $10; Graduation Fee, $45. For Catalogue and Announcement apply to PAUL F. EVE. M D., Dean ot the Faculty. UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT. (WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.) THE next session of thia College will open on Monday. Septembers. The Classical Course wfulL aad every fjcilityis afljrdcd to student in Scientific Branches. A Preparatory School is attached, embracing a course of two years. The Military system is adopted as an efiectual means of preserving good order, economy, regular habits, and active bodily exercise. Charges for Tuition and Boarding $100 per term of twenty weeks. Surgeon's Fee S5. Engineering. French, Spanish, German, Drawing, Book-Eeeping, and Fencing, each $ly per term ot twenty Thelast session of the Medical Gtfrge closed with S89 Matriculants and 85 Graduates, from 18 Slates. Tbii Military- College closed its first yearin Nathvills with 164 Matriculant from 14 States- For Catalogue and Regula tions, apply to r B.R. JOHNSON, Superintendent. Nashville.Jnly 27.185 2mtwAw THK 1'OLYiECllNIU COIL.fc.i;ii OF Tni STATE CT PFSSSTLVANIA, WEST PEN N fcQUARE, PHILADELPHIA, INCORPORATED by the Legislature in 18S3,nd or ganixsd on tbe plan cf the Industrial Colleges or On tinental Europe, atiurds a thorough professional educatioo in Civil Engiceericg; Practical Chemistry, 1! ecbanical En gineering, Arcbiieciure, and Minirg Engineeriig The Fourth f'ollegiate Year will commence ou Monday, September 15. 1856 For Catalogues and further information address ALFRED L KfcN.NEDY, M D. Pres't of Faculty, Polytechnic CoJeje, PhlUd'a 'ang27w3t eod REMOVAL. THURSTON A BERN iRD hove removed to No. 18 Public Square, next loor tn Calhoun's, where tfcty will be happy to sho th-ir customers a first rate stock of Dry Goods, consisting of Black, Brown, and Blue Broad Cloths; Black and Fancy Cassimeres; Testings, Gloves, Hosisry, Cravata,Handkerchieb,AsAe. THUR8TON i BERNARD, ITo. 10 Public Square, (Next door to Calhoun's.) WE'now- have en band a beantiful stock of Freceh aad English Morinrs, Plain Plaid and Ambrt shaded all wool DeLalnes, Bombazine, Csshrxero, Maa cheater DeLainta, Plaid. Red, TeUow and W bite FlanaelaV all qualities. Also, a complete stock ot Staple Goods, Servants' Goods of all kinds, to which we invite the attes. tion of all CASH bayars. as. we can eita good bargains. sept2S tf . OTICK. A BARGAIN will be given in EIGHTY FOUR ACRF3 OF LA D, seven mile frtra ashvii!e. between tia Mill Creek Valley and Nolensville Pike. It can be divid ed into three tncti with Improvemeata upon each to suit , rjurciiaserB. acg9 J. L. A B. W. BROWN.