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WJEFWPTOEieaJTIONS. TUNION and AimOTifMraEaEP NEW ''BOOKS NEW PUBXTCATrSNS: good Medicines r3 V-.- TOO If ,f Iff EL SO IT Si GO., School Booksa . v . The fotowlngcomnrlselhe series of Book oks usedln thepab- .lie f chooUof Nathvuleend .surrounding countrywhich may be founU at the Bookstore of TOOK, NELSON & CO.. 44 Union street, at as lovr prices ns the; can b told for In thti city. Scries of Arithmetics : Stoddard, Kay', Davie's, Smith's. Emers'on'j, Smlley's and Pike's. . ' Gredh, Latin and English Grammars: "Bullions', nsfc's,'Adatn. Andrews &Slodardi Tower's, healths. Fowlers, "Klrahamj, Brown's, Butler's, Oonley's, Pinneo's, ' v Geographical Series: ""Mitchell's Goodrich's, Smith's, Collon & F.tch's, Pallet's, '- Morse's; and Olney'a. Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English Dic tionaries : Geseni Series of Readers: McGuffey's, Tower's, Webb's. Sanders'. Swan's andGood- - rich's; lc gather with a genera variety of classical and' -rnainematieat-worEsror Academies, Colleges and Universi ties. School "Stationery: , , . Comprising a general stock, suitable for"f chools of all trades. . - . Gold Pens: -TOON,-NELSON-orCO., Unlnn street, are the only agents In Middle Tennessee for SHKRARD'3 Goto Pihs, which have been in constant use by 'msny rf the most experienced-Book-keepers In the city forseversl years, with perfect satis faction. SET A trial of these pens !s only neeessary io order to get a pen to do satisfactory service. nl531- FAIJLi, 1856. T. & W. EiLKOT & Co, Imnortcrs and Wholesale Dealers DRY GOODS 3 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. rpnElargelocrease in the Dry Goods trade of this place, X. requires corresponding large Stocks, and wetakepleas nre in assuring onreustomers and the trado generally, that AwehavenoA'm siore one of I he most extensive Fail & Winter Stocks ever offered In this market, which we will sell to prompt time dealers, nr lor Cash, at such prices as will give asUslac tlon, and enable our Customers tocomiete successfully with merchants purchasing In any other market. oua STOCK OF Hcady-Matic Clothin ST is also unusually large and attractive. We solicit a call. T.& W. KAKIN & CO. 23T Wehave arrangements that will enable us to keep our Stock op throughout the jeason. aup27 ly T. & W. E. & Co. New Wholesale House- ALLEN H. WASHINGTON, J , . ... , . GEO. G O'BRYAN. f Uie W"U JIor8an Co. OUAS. II. BRYAN, late of W. H. Qordon & Co. WASHINGTON, BBYAN & CO., MrOCTC9 AND WHOLESALE DKAKBBS IN" LINENS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES HOSIERY, AND VARIETIES, NO. 65 N. E. CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE, Navillf, Tenn, (Adjoining tbe Methodist Publishing Uoutt.) TTrTE invite the attention of merchants visiting Nash . V. V v'"8 11 ,he ahors card, and inform them that we arc now opening a LARGE AND DlSlltAIILE STOCK, which will be arranged and ready for sale about tbe 20th iut. We hive purchased our Slock with great care and most, ly for CASH, and having had the benefit of long expe rience in the business, we feel confident that we can offer Baperiorinducetncuta to any merchant purchasing in this loarkeL aug!7 tf WASHINGTON, BRYAN A- CO. GREAT DISCOVERY. JAMES NEURALGIA LIQUID A certain Jcure for Nen ralria. Kbrumatisin. Local Fains. &c. Tills medicine has bsen but lately introduced Into Nash. ville,but has already acquired a great reputstlon. The Hon. A. V Shemwell.M. H. It., certifies that he was attacked with Inflammatory r.henmsllsm, and had the ter. vices of two Physicians, who afforded him no relief. lie was unable to turn bimseir in bed, when this powerful liniment cured him entirely in 21 hours. This lact is certified to by three members nf the Legislature, who were constantly with mm. Frice Si per bottle. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent, augQ7 Nashville. - filtABFliS IlElt( VEGETABLE IMLLS. alHESE celebrated Pillf'are in general use throughout the . nbole West, about 10o,OU) boxes are sold annually In Tennessee. . They are Invaluable In tbe following diseases, all of which proceed from alluwlnglho Digestive organs to remain out of oner- Aridity of the Stomach . Killious Complaints; Want or Appetltf : Cramps and Cholic; Bowel Complaints; NVrvous Afiecllon; Liver Comolait.ts: Jaundice; Fevers; CosUveness; Night-mare; Dyspepsia; Headaches; Sleeplessness; Nausea and Vomiting: worms. KM) CERTIFICATES from Diysiclans from every section nflbe United Stales, who havrnsed thesf Fills in their practice, may tea, en, by call ing ou the Areul and obtaining ' THE HEALTH ALMANAC FOIt 1857, nf which he hasjust received from New Vork, 50,000 copies for gratuitous distribution. ALEX. MACKENZIE, aug27 1" College St., Nashville. A. J. FUAlGISGO MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Hats, Caps and Ladies' PURS, NO. 23 PUIH.IC SQUARE, Nashville. AUTUMN STYLE OP MOLESKIN HAT FOR 1850. Ths new and Fall Style ol Moleskin Hat will be Introduced this moraine ntthe HAT liAZAKKof FRANCISCO, No. 23, Puhlic Square. Gents who are tn search ot something graceful and be- eorainzare tnviiedlo examine thisbeautilul style. A. J. FRANCISCO, No. 23, rublic Pquare. RI1R21, SOFT HATS. OF tins chua of Ooods you will And nil the NEW STYLES OF UKAUTY. FASUION AND COMFORT, represented in h varietr -f shapes and shade of colors, . bnund to nleaw. whomsoever desire to be tilear-ed vv.lh ahatal A. J. FRANCISCO'S, angZS Faabionable Hut Emporium. FRESH SUPPLY. JUST UhUEIVKU of those FAWN AND ROSE OENDKKK, (AJie) of Roses) which are said to posaess the charm nf sottming the hardest prances aimed at a wearer tit any of ibee, fur the visionary organs so pleasing, bead uppiret. Auv gentleman, therefore, who desires nsmmy )l8im Irmn some a iinircxl "nrbt" ought not to neglect the now offered uiiporluiuty to proture ne nf these ttttractz ifWat A. J FRANCISCO'S Hat Kaiaar. No. l!3. Public Square. CHILDREN'S HATS. A HKAUTIrUL assortment of children's plain and j fancy snlt hats, in black and various colors, just re ceived. Also, on hand aline fresh stock of neit and tasty little boy's silk hats, our own make, in white, purple and liluck nliuh. l'arenls. will theretore, do well by calling with their youtbtul branches ta select for them a tine Mnd dressy, or h clieap and durable Hat, at the Fashionable Hat Store of A. J. FUANCIStO, aug28 No. 43. I'ubbcSquare. JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PLASTER. rrtHK Great liomedy lor Itheumallsm, Gout, i'ain In the X Ride, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joint; Scrolula, King's Kvll, White Swelling, Hard Tumors, SUA Julnts, and all nr. el halns whatever. Where this Flatter 1 njllod palucanno exist. It has leeu benefiUal iu caeosof weakness, such as Pain and Weakncs In the Stomach, Weak Limbs, lnncnes'.Af. iitctinn of Iho Lungs iu their primary stages. It dnetroye in fiimation by peMjilratiou. James L Hn)d, t'ickeus district, South Carolina, lestiges that, by its nsoalonx he was cured of Kheunialieiu In both ol his Ld'o,iI several jeanstaiidin;. The lolloning washandud us by a reipeclable I'liysician InUeorgla: Messrs. Srnvil A ilead' (ifiita: I have been using yonr Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very uxteutively in my practicu for three jeara jiast, and it is with pleasure Hint I slate my belief Iu their siiiu-riorlly over all other article., with which I am acquainted, forthi purposes lor which the aie rrcommended. The Hebrew l'laeter, osifclally. Is an universal penacca for local palus. 1 have aIo lound H a inos Bicellrnt application for Sprains and llrtlies. It gives um vnrealsatisfactirtiiwliereverused. SSOHLIN.il I). Kiioxvllie, Ga., Alarch 4th, 1&3. &r- rienare of I'ouuterloitsand base Imitation. line genuine will iu future have the signature of K.Tay lor ou Iho steel plate Higrarcd ou theUbrlou Ihetopof eat4i ''I'drchanorn are advldsed that a ineancounU-rrellnflhis ar tlclen u eusiouee. Too genuine Is ndd by us, and by our agmts appointed through he Soutn, and no pedlar is allowed to pell it. Llcal ers.H'1 i urchawr generally are cautioned azxuut buying ol any but our r"gnlara!reni,.tlii,rwiethowlllbi,liiiosed up. on by a worthless arilrle. KUOVIL V MKAI). Ill Chartres street,' Now Orleans, h1o General Afents for IheSoiuhrrn Stairs, to whom all orders must invariably be sddresien. Sold alM by Kwin llrollierj, Kerry A Demnvlllo, A It Hoscoe lbOina Wrlla aud (i W llendersholt, Nashville, Tenn.,and by all other DrucgUls through IheKute. JanlS-ljdAtnw. MR. P.. H. COOKE, HAVING taken aninteieslin our business, we will n it hereafter bold any regular Auction Sales. The tvle of our firm remaining tbe suno Nsanu.i, Ai. 1, ISSti. HtUY MOllOAN ACO. p. y We have removed tn our new Store, No. 7 I'ub- "ic Square, where we are opening a new aud handsome stock of Fall and Wintsr (ioods, to which we invite tbe at tentioa of Merchants generally. fang!3 NASHVILLE, THOkSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 4. 1858. IO Our Job-Office is now replete fvHli material and. stationery suitable for every description or Job-"WorJt from tbe Kinallcot Label or Card to the largest jPos; ter. merchant and otbers tvlsliiBff any thintr In the line of Circulars, cam, Railroad Receipts, and. in lact uuy ".ii in taoivay ot Job-WarR willlose nofhliiff by giving' us a call. , IQ As unad vertlslHgr medium we would respectfully call tfce attention of the business community to the columns, of the ITNION AXB AlTfEHlGAiY. ourclrculsUon Is already much larger than any1 other political paper iiv, ho State and is steadily and rapidly Increas ing. Business men who consult their own Interests will not fall to sec thc.ben eflts derived from a newspaper acquaint ance with the thousands who are read ers of the DiMOX JSP AMEKICAW- - Q5 Don't forget that Jas. M. Davidsoh, the "Irish orator,,r speaks at the Market Houfe to night, Qr Geo- Haskell left on Tuesday evening for Knoxvil'e ftr We insjrt the notice of Gen. Haskell's ajpo;ntmenti as an sdrectisement. TTj We areauthorlied to announce AiidrcwAiidxeios, Esq., a candidate for Mayor of this city, at tbe ensuing elec tion. tSF" We are authorized to annonnce ED. LAWRENCE as. a candidate- for Alderman in tbe fourth Ward. JpWM. PiCscD, shot by IlicmRD Horn on Monday last J as noticed by ns, died on Tuesday evening from the effects o the wound. CniMtiR or Comheece. The regular annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce takes place this evening at 3 o' clock, at the Merchants' Ezchange,for the election of ofacers for the ensuing year." Every member is earnestly requested to be presenL Mb. Editor : If CapL John Coltart will consent to sdTreas Alderman in tbe first Ward, hs will receive tbe cardial Toteof ths Ward. Cnurs or First Ward. Sept. 4 It Geh. Fa!k CiiEiTiuM. If B. F. CntiTiMK will consent to become a candidate for the otace of Mayor, there would be no doubt of his election. His honesty, firmness of charac ter and good sense, give assnrance that he would make a first rate oncer. R. O. J3f Tbe members of tbe Democratic Club and other Democrats are requested to meet at Fireman's Ball, on College street, this evening at 7 o'clock, for the purpose rf escorting Jamis M, Datimox, Esq., to 1he rquare the place of speaking. Every member is requested to at'end. By order of the President. a U, WiLLii, Sec. Tns Batlet Tbodpi, it will be seen by their advertise ment, have concluded to remain two nights longer. Since their arrival in this et they hare been very liberally pat ronized, which would undoubtedly continue should tbey remsin a week longer Their perforauiues -onsist of Sonr. iHacing, Farcej and Dissolving Views, v hich makes up u ariety that will be sure to please the million. UP By reference to our advertising culumns it will be seen that Bekj. F.Pbielcs will ll at auction, on Saturday next, at I2i o'clock precisely, at the Merchants' Exchange, some of the bondsof Davidson county. These bonds arc of fered by parties holdinglhem to test the market f.r our secu rities at home. A little investigation of these securities must satisfy capitalists that the Investment will be a good one, at anjtning under their par value. Calculate, if you please, as low as 75 cents on the dollar, and you have 155 per cent, nn your Investment, paid semi-annually In New York; then, by an act of the Legislature at its last eesslon'r these securi ties are exempt from taxation, which will make stlesstono percent more; thenyou have theSS percent to mature In about IS years, making nearly IJf per cent per annum more the total of which will be fully equal to 10 per cent per annum, and perfectly safe. It Is expected that parties inter ested in the success of our railroad projects, and have capi tal, will not allow these bonds to be sold at too great a sacri fice and the credit of our county Impaired. Southern Couiik&cial Colli a e. Among the insl iGtu- tuns of learning which have contributed to acquire for Nashville the title of the "Athens of the Houtb'none stands more conspicuous than tbe one the name of which precedes this notice. bstablished by the l-egisiature a lew years since, ana resting its claims upon its own merits rather than to any U undue r forced means, it has gradually won its way to public favor until at present it enjoys a reputation second to no similar institution in the United States. Tbe course of instruction is eminently practical, enabling the student to go directly from the school room tn the counting house. The course embraces book-keeping, .commercial laws, i - -1 i . , ,.v : commercial cu.Cu.l.uuUa,uupeuuI.uBu,i.. J These departments are all under the superintendence of gentlemen whose names anord to its patrons me nigti- est guaranty of succsss. We understand tint it was the original design of the proprietors or this school to place within the reach of the citizins of tbe South the means of educating their young men for business without send iog them to those northern denB of Abolitionism, where tbey wonld be subjected to insult and degradation during their entire sojourn, iloiv well they have succeded their present unparalleled suc cess can testily. Their school numbers among its students young men from nearly every southern State, and among its graduates gentlemen occupying responsible positions of trust in all parts of the Union. ANOTHER CHANGE. Messrs Editors: I desira to bet ?500 1 hat I can name sixteen States that will go for Buchanan, and $1,000 that he will carry one-half the States not named. X. If the democrats really desire to w in or loose something, why not make the wagers separate and tlKiuct, and they cau havo them all taken. Patriot. Well : hero is a separate aud distinct proposition, which has been standing in our paper for weeks, without hiving been been taken. Now, face Hie music, or say no more of " separate and distinct " propositions : ON TENNESSEE. ... i . . . .i r wearo reoue? cu io state, mai n tcuucuiau ui this city has TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS, wnicu lie wisiiea iu pui up uu tuu jiuiuw umu chanan will carry Tenne83ee. The nnme of the eentleman will bo furnished anv gentleman inter ested in knowing, and the money is on deposite in the State Bank. And here, too, are three " distinct proposi tions,'' which may be taken separately, if desired either one of them or all of them : ANOTHER CHANCE. We are authorized by a tjeutleman of undoubt ed ability to,?ay, that he will make a bet of $1000, that BucnANAN gets more electoral votes in the United States than Fillmore. Another $1000 that Fremont will get more electoral votes in the United States than Fill- MultK Another $1000 that Buchanan gets more votes i u TViiutsie than Fillmore Any gentleman doubting these proposition?, may take all tuether or eit! er of them. Tbe money to be depositel in thd Bank of 1 eiinesiM", when tlit net i mailt!. Wu know a intleman who is anxious to bet '2."0 in; T.-i nesfi lor Buchanan. Can any buily i'ctnl a o'lJiomer ? w 0O Tlii.tolV.-rot 21100 on Tennessee for Bu chanan not yet Ih-imi Inki-n. It v. M . Puknch, of WnsMiton city, hs li'i u i p .jin.li-1 I'll pi.iiu to W.t Point Military Aciilm, vri-t- It-v ,li r'pROALE, removed. tJcii Ca r-nd io Him Rruate a defpatch (nun 0 -n 1'. F Saiiiii, n.-w in Ksipas, which s!alr-! tliHt h?a .sis iu:tiiir.s ami dispatches are not to br! r li- d ii'inii 'I'.u Anna's t (Ky) Democrat reports tho wi hdiawal nl fi:tvn tn.-nibprs rf the Waynes lmrj hTnow Nothing Council, Lincoln county. Oj.eu the do ir anil lr"t ji nut mf I' is Mated that of llw eleven or twelve millions ot dollars npp-opriated by the army b ll only about th-ee millions would be expended in the hUveholdnii? States If, llnrefore, iu the event of the bill nut puling, the mcchirjics, arti-ans and la borers employed iu the various atmories, arfenals, &c, are to bo all discharged, the effect must be felt far moic greatly at the Noitu than atj the South. Tho Cotton manufacturing interest of New England ia stated by recent business circulars, ttill to bo laboring under serioua embarrassment, and notwithstanding tbe very satisfactory dividends made for two years past by a large propotion of tho Cotton Mills, there is a marked want of confi dence in these investments. There will, however, it i3 believed, by a rcaition. THE STEAMSHIP Persist. Nxw Ycek, S-pt 3. The Canard steamer Per sia irom iitverpool has arrived. Cotton low qaaiitiea have declined 1-16 Other Qualities un- a SI. I fnm II.. 1- I. AAA I t r. . u.o ,ui e;s ai.umi ca ex sales to SDecu- Iators2250. Satea Friday 6,000" ba'es. -Matfe t cio?iDg ntenmpex Alodmte demands at prj vious rates. Weather unchaneed. Wheat advaiced 2 ti 31. Flour advanced 1 U J3, Lorn advanced 2. Prcvsion9, prices un chanced; modr rile businesj. Mocey market unihanged, consols for money tra q loted at 95Ja95. No news. Havke. New-Or.taa", Tres otdinaira 98. Sales of 9o,( 00 bales. The Persia ntsied th e Ara bia off Kverp ol Sunday afternoon.- NewOrlears IV, UilJUIUl Uf. ClOCK fiCIUSlVd ot suip- bcarJ 75,000 ba ea. ParliaTicntis prorogujd to the 13th of N vernier. Spain is tranquil. New York, S.-pt 3. Tie wcatberis fine. The fiver excitement has ended. New York, September 2, M.-Cotton firm, sale3 8t0 bales. olosiPf lier, Vt , Sep 2. The State election re ttr in slow tbe republican majority of last year iarpeiy increiscu Fletchir, fir Governor, was elected by 20,000 msjorily. Tho rrpub'icans elected to Congress and tbe Le gislature nearly their entire ticket. Baltimore, Sep. 2. North Carolina and Tir einia papers mention a severs wind. lsst'DEr from Saturday night till Monday morning, doing great damage io crops. Louisvilie, Sep. 2 River at a stand, riTTSBDRO, faep. a, ai. Kiver, 14 mencj water in tbe channel, and falling. ADDITIONAL FOSEIGN NEWS. France. The harvest is considered folly an av erage one. Holland. There has been a brilliant celebra tion in honor of the twenty-five years peaceful reign ot tbe King ot Holland. The Government of Holland has refu?ed asjent to the principle of leaving disputes of nations to arbitration belore resort to wars, as recommended by tbe Paris peace Corgres?. Spain. Tranquility prevsileJ throughout the k'ngdom A free import of bread-tufifa is invited till June. 1857, The difficulty with Mexico was sJll unsettled. Pbcs'IA. ThePfuss'an3 hive had a desperate engsgement with pirtia on the const ot Morocco, pight ol the iormer were k lled and 20 wounded. Piioca Albert was also wounded. Hie Kussisns were retikin? from'ihe Circa9sian3 nil the Forts which were abandoned" during the war. Prepar ations lor the coronation of the Czar on the ,th were coniiaued oi a scale of great-magnitude. Portuoal Numerous riots have occurred on account of thedeirness of breid. New York, Sept. 3 noon Flour advanced; State 5 90 ; Ohio 6 20&G 50 ; Southern 7 00a8 00 Wheat advanced Corn improved, mixed C5aG7. Alefs J'ork IU 87. Whisky Cincinnati. Sept 3 uoon Wheat, western white 1 25 Whisky 2C Mess Pork 18 00. Lard 12 Molas-es51. Swrar 9 10J. Dr. Shalicnbcrgcr's nrvrn v m ottl iWTiunTD m! qui i' l'ul'lmu' X safe, and radical cure of evert form or that Distress ing Malady on entirely new pnniiples. 33 Sold 111 Wholesale by twin Urotbera, and Ileum by Jo. (J Urown, Aashrilie. lean. june lis bm is BREWER & CALDWELL, NEW YORK, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GRAIN FA CTORS. No. 20, Old Slip, Corner Water. EErrn to J.T. SO UTTER, President liank of Republic, New i ork : J.K.SASS, Esq, J'resideni uantol (jbarleelon, H, (J.; Messis. JOnN FRASER A- CO., J. W. CALDWELL, Kfq., Chirleston, S. U. ; and Col. V. K. STEVENSON, i'resident n. & u. itaiiroad, rtashviue, lenn. augSCSm inside. CASH ADVANCES. rfHE undersigned, at oresent reDresentinir the firm of t liKKWtllcS UAl.uw t.L,i.i. Ol new l ork. in aasn T1le wit mate Iiberai advances on Wheat. Flour, and other produce consigned tn Ibern for tale Apply at the iolticeof Joseph Nash, Etq., corner College and Spring streets. w. n. uuiiL,. augl!3ir GRAND DEMOCRATIC MASS MEET ING AT CHATTANOOGA, ON THE 11th OP SEPTEMBER, 185C. rpHE night Train will leave Nashville on the 10th, J ollr regular Schedule, 5 o'clock, P. M., and proceed in to Liecuera, ana remain tnero until 4j o ciocc, a m mti of September, and proceed to Chattanooga, according to the lol'owin; scneuuie : Ieave De;berd'a at A 00, A. M. Cowan's 4.&0, " Tantallon, 5.CO " Anderson's Boss's Stevenson's Bridgeport Shcllmouod 0.15 C25 8 8.30 Meeting Day Passenzer rind thro ' i ro 'Freight. Whiteside's 9. Meet down Way Freight. Arrive at Chattanooga at 10 o'clock. A.M '1 be following rate of faro will be charged tn Chatta nooga and back. Passengers filling to buy tickets will be charged the regular fare. hrom uecaerit to unatianooga fa uij Cowan's 3 00 Tantallon Anderson's Boss's Steveason'a Bridgeport James' Sbellmound Alley's Whiteside's l,ookout 2 75 2 60 2 25 2 00 1 50 1 00 1 00 73 75 50 II. I. ANDERSON, Sup't. sep2 For tlic Complete Cure of Cough, Colds, luf Iticnzn, A st hum, IlroucIiitiN, SpittiHK of Hlood and nil oilier I.tinp; Com jilalnt lcnulii to t;oiisiiiupiiou. M .7 ,7 .. .. .. n $ 'IIIIIS preparation is cettlng Into use all over our country. -L Tho numerous letters u e receive from our various a gonla, informing us of cures effected la their Immediate neighborhoods, warrant ns In saying it Is one of the best, If not the very best Cough Medicine now before the public It almost Invariably relieves add-ihot unfreqnentty cures the very worst cases. When all other Coach preparations have failed, this has rolleved the palient,as Druggists, deal ers In Medicines, and Physicians can testify. Ask the Agent in your nearest town, what has been his experience of the effects of this medicine. If ho has brsn selling it for any length of time he will Irll yon it Is the best medicine extant. Helow we give a few extracts from letters wo havo receiv ed latelyrogarding tho virtues of this medicino. Dr.S. S. Oslln, or Knoxvllle, Ga., says: I have been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively In my prac tice for three years past, and, It Is with pleasure 1 stale my belief in Us superiority over all other articles with which I am acquainted, for which It Is lecommended. Messrs. Fitigeraldrtt Hrennrrs, writing from Waynesvllle, N. C, says: "Tho Liverwort and Tar Is becoming dally more popular iD this country, and we think Justly so. All who havo tried it speak In commendable terms of ll, and say Itis very beneBcialln alleviating the complaints or which it Is recommended. Our Agentin Pickous District, S. C, Mr S. K. McPall, assures us that he uses Hw lib great benefit in his own family endreenmmends It to bis neiihbors." lie gives an Instance ia negro woman in hU viciulty, who had been suffering vltbdlsraneoftbe Lungs for jears, attended with sever cough, who was relioved by the Liverwort and Tar. Such are tho good reports we hear of this Sladlcine from all parts of UieSouth. Kor a report of the surprising cures lthas purforniel Intho Western and Northern and Eastern Stales, we would invite IhosurTerinc patient to read the pam phlet which accompanies each boltlo. Toal wo say, have hope, liave hopel 'I ry tho .Medicine!! lie warned In seasonlll And neglsc not that cough which Is daily weakening your constitution, Irritating your throat and lungs, and Inviting on that drtad dlseaso, Consumption, when so soothing aud healing a rem edy can bo obtained as Kogrrs' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar. Ilewaro of Counterfeits ami base Imitations. The genuine arlUle Is signed Andrew Kogers, on the engraved wrapper around each bottle. Price, One Dollar per lloltlo, or six Bottles for Five Dol lars. Sold wholesale and relall by KUOVIL & MKAli, UI Chartres St. bot.Conti aud St.Louls.K. 0.,Sole Agent or Ibe Southern Suites, to whom all orders and apiflications I..r Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by llwiu Brothers, Berry & llemovlle, A. K. Koscoe,Thos. Wells. and O.W. Hendershott, Nashville, Tenn .and byaU other llruggiststhrough tho Stale. anU daqrtwiy. MAeJNlFlCKNT VAIUM FOR SALE. .-AA ACRRS of superior Land, being tbe remaining half JUU oflhe Hermitare tract, situated about 11 miles from Nashville, near the Lebanon PiXe, about 200 acres finely tim. Iierrd.sereral excellent springs, negru cabins, cotton glu, VTheabove H one of the most desirable and va'uabla farms in the Stale, and will bo sold on the most liberal terms. ALSO, a splendid farm of 1200 acres, about 3 f miles from Rhellmound liepot, on the N. fe C. It. K., on the easl side or Sequatchie Valley, about half superior valley land, 4j0 acrta cloaied, a portion well sett in clover, a comfortable frame dnellingof 5 rooms, a ureat many negro cabins, cotton gin and other Improvements necessary to a llrstclass farm. Terms unusually liberal. Call immediately on J. L. c IS. W. BKOWN, ai c2S Im 4i;i Cherry jt. John Hamage, NO. 42 COLLEGE STREET, HAS this day received a lot No. 1 Sole leather Trunks, large sizes. Also a superior lot of Varices, Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, Black Leather Travelling Bags, Ac uug 15 OWNER WANTED T7OR15 bales 4 Augusta Shirtings, marked W., Nash- I ' nlle. atoua at villa. ang22 W. H. GORDON & coa ARRIVAL OF ALL HAIL I I SOMETHING FOR THE MILLION 111 ' Professor Woods Hair Restorative j We coll the attention all, old and young, to this won. dcrful preparation, which turns back to its priginal color gray hair covers the head ot the bald with a luxurant growth removes the dandruff, itching,.and all cutaneous eropt-'oas causes a continual flow of the natural llaida ; and hence, if used as a regular dressing for the hair, will preserve its color, and keep it from falling to extreme old age, In all its natural beauty. We call, then, upon the bald, the gray, or diseased in scalp, to nse it : and surely, the young will not, as they value ihe'iiawinglocts,,ortbe 'witching curls, eTer be, without itlta praise is upon tbe tongue of thousands: Wats MO ED. Masx. Julv 25. 1S55. Paor. O. J. Wook With conhdencedo 1 recommend your usir itesioraiive, as Deing me most enicacions article l ever saw. i nave usea ine vvaimiene ana other prepa rations oi ins aay, au wiioohi cuicii since using your Hair uesiorauve, my nair ana wniixiir woica were cl. most white, hare gradually grown dark; and I now feel confluent, that a lew more appneauons will restore them to their natural color. It also his relieved ma of all dandruff and unpleasant itching, to common among per- HUU 101JB UCVIJ rf. lT.ail.Ul Noern East PaxxaTLVAWi. Msrch 9.1S55. Sis: In consequence of having hair, for several rears past, noiomy gray Duiperiecuy wnue, i nave cut it short, and wcrn caps , hide it from view; but some three uiunius since, i was muuceu iu use your nair iiestorauve. and I must, in justice say, that its effect! were almost miraculous, lur it uu tuaugeu iiranuauj io almost lis iormer ed termor as to color, zaa leu it so solt and clossv as to be more beautiful than it ever was, when under the influence of the finest oil. I earnestly, therefore, recom mend it to every lady as the best preparation for toilet use. -oi anjimng in wo wunu. ucioi Qajlill. Paor. Woon: Having experienced the marie effect of your nair uesiorauve, i arop you ims upon Hie sutject. Aoont iwo years ago, my nair commenced laii.ng t.u and turning gray ; i was last oecuui.ng mio. i rr-i-l a inena who had used your Restorative, and suoke a biehlr of lis virtues, i was inaucea to iryj.&iinougn I l.jil out Ut ile laitn, as i naa oetore triea so j many other i . intdies. 1 commenced using your Restorative) in Januaiy lait. A few applications fastened my hair firmly. It began to fill up, grow out. and turned back to its former color. (b!ac.i At this time, t is fully restored tj its original color, health and appearance, and I cheerfully recommend its use to alL umcago, ill., May l, isot. j. i). uuks. MiLroED. Worcester, co. Mass.. Nov. 18. 1BS4. Paor. O. J. Wood Dear Sir: I take pleasure in bear ing voluntary testimony to the magic ettect of your iron derlul Hair Restorative. As far back as ISCo, my hair commenced falling off, until the top of my scalp became bald and smooth as glass, and it has continued to fall for a great many 3 ears, notwithstanding I have used many cele brated preparations tor its restoration. Seetnir vour ad. vertisement, I was induced to give your article a trial, and tn in. itlrap oatmiahmcnf I fruit. H ol.s. a (jw m, ..V. i . n , that my hair became firmly Be', and assumed a glossy an J beau til ul appearance; and by the lime I had used a quart bottle, my bald head was covered -rer with a young and vigorous growtb of hair, which is now from one to two inches in length, and growing last. lours, truly, U3UY UOUDUICH. Naw Tors. Oct. 2. 1351. I'bof. O. J. Wood Dear Sir : After reading tbe adver tisement in one of the New Vork journals, of vour celebrat ed Hair Restorative. 1 procured a half Dint bottle, and was oti u.ut..i ..c-uu n.,u .ua. . buuuueu 119 use lor liVO ..... I. ..iaAj -;!. i . .. . 1 : . . months, and am satisfied it is decidedly the bast prepara tion before the public. Itut onca removed all dandruff and Hnpleasant itching from the t-CMp, and has restored uir hair natural! V and. I have no doubt, nrinnncntlv cu r you nave permission io reier to me, an wbo entertain any doubt its perfotmingall that is cl limed for it M1H3 1 bbtva, 20 1-2 Ureenwich Avenne. 1 have used Professor O. J. Wood's Hair Restorative. ana nave aamirea us wonaenui cnects. it restored my hair where it bad fallen off: it cleans the head, and renders the hair soft and smooth much more sj than oil. Louisville, Nov. 1, IS54, MARV A ATKINSON. lUf Sold at 114 Market street. St. Louis. Mo.. 31G Broad way. New Vork. and by all Druer?tsts. everywhere. All kinds offamily patent med.craes for sale on the best pus- Bible terms, at Prof. Wood s establishment, 114 Market street, si. i.ouis. 2f" Sold here wholesale and retail by Ewing Brothers; also, by all popular Druggists everywhere. jyzo a in wsw insiae sm TO THE PUBLIC OF THE UNITED STATES. AN advertisement of Mr. UUOLPUE WOLFE. latelv published, as I suppose, intended for the protection of bis Schiedam Scnapps ag'Inst counterfeiters, has come under uiy ooservauon,anu uemg engagea in me manufacture ol Schiedam Senanns. were 1 to let it nssa without nntiri. throughthls medium, I mightbe considered among lDoe he denominates "Piralti and Vender i tf Puiiaa '' but tbe im mense patronage ana success mat nas attendsd the sale of tbe article manufactured by me, and the opinion of compe tent Judges as to Its qualities as a beveraze and its medical virtues, precludes the possibility of the idea that I am in cluded among those he designs toimp"gn. No doubt be feels aggrieved at the depreciation of the sale of his Schnapps which Is manifest to all, since mine has been brought In competition with his. Not only bave 1 succeed In competi tlng with him in quality, but tne constant and increasing de maud of my artlclo, has enabled me to furnish It at a lees price than he can, or does say $2 00 In the dozen. And furthermore, he will soon become satisfied that his caution to the citizens of the "Southern and Western Slates" will avail him nothing as far as 1 am concerned, for tbe character of my Schledarn Scnapps Is too well established in those Slates, to be lniured by any such Invidious Dublicatlon. The motive of his a Ivertisenient is obvious tn every one, and leeiing wen saiisnea mai an sncn missiles mrown at me by him will fall harmless at my feel, 1 will here, for the satis faction of the public, publish a copy of my Patent Ulglit, en tered In the Southern District of New Vork, on the 'JSth ikiy of December, 1854: ICopy or Patent Right. SOUTIIEEN DISTRICT OP NKW YOKK.S. S. Be It remembered. That on the twentv-elchth dav of Da cember, Anno Domini, 18J4, Bamard L. Simpson, of tbe said District, hath deposited In this onlce the title of a print or la bel,the title of which Is in the words of the following, to-wit 'Barnard L. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam JuniperSchnapn a superior Tonic Anti-Dispvplic Invigorating Cordial," the right whereof be claims as author and proprietor, in con- ormliy wnn an act ol uongress, entitled "An Act to amend he several Acta respecungcopy rights uiiu. iv. ftiuuiua, Clerk of the Southern District of New York. And I take plsasnre on this occasion to tender inv sincere thanks to the pnblicin general, and to my frisnds in particu lar, lor me aina iicerauiy wiui wmcn tney nave patronized me from my commencement of this enterprise; and 1 assure them, that I shall conUnue to provide thorn always wIUi a genuine and superior article of Schisdam Schnapps. j uu ju ,-. ly. is. i.. .MJii hU.i. 1 . . The word Schiedam SchnanDS is derived from a town tn Holland, called " Aufan," which is celebrated as a place of extensive Juniper Plantations and numerous Ills. Jllirii nrthA shnvn Jirtl.-Jfl. Kvervbodvbaslhe right and privilege to order tbe Junlnrr Extract (a principal ingredient of tbe Schnapps) from that place. Does It not appear now poor and deceitful when II. W. Is trying to make a wrong and untrue Impression on the Public, tavingmai tne worn ;cmeaain nennapps oeiongs exclusively to his article, and that all others are Counterfeits and Imposl lions.' II. W. has no monopoly, neither more right for the solo im portation of Schiedam Schnapps than anybody else; and this poorargumentwhichhe Intends to continue his long practised deception on the public, shows too plain that he feels and is now aware of an Important and dashing opposition. ocua iojj iy. ii. i. n. LARGE STOCK OF Foretell Wines. Liquors, etc.; etc- B. L. SIMPSON, (LIH'OitTEK,) TTAS the pleasure of offering to the Trade tne largest i i aud most complete oiock in ins iineeveriu lennes see. : My purpose is not to blow many gentlemen have look ed into my cellars, and pronounce them the finest they have seen. To verify which, I most respectfully invite ail deal ers visiting the city to examine the stock, which will be found to embrace every article aud quality kept by the largest dealers in the North and East My stuck is made up of the following popular brand?: IIKANDIES. CHAMPAIGN COllNAC "CROWN," SAZEKAC De FORUK, . P. H. GODARD, 4T PI NET CA1T1I.SON A CO., RASTEAU CHARRUVEU. UNITED PROPRIETORS' VINEYARD, PELLEVOISI.N, HENNESSV, E. OEANTV. OTARD. DUPUV & CO. (prions vintages,) MAGLORY. J. J. DUPUV, ROCUELLE, LOZACK A CO. WINES. CLARET, in casks and boxes, Ut. Julien.SU Estephe, Chiieanx Margeaur, elc, POUT WINES. Durand Crown, Burgundy Port, Port of Juice of Grape in boxes. CHAM l'AH' MEN. Charles Ueidsick (direct importations,) Crown Brand, Yerzenay, Lion Brand, Double Lion, Flag and Star Brands MADEIRA WINES, different Old Brands SHERRY WINE. TENNERIFFE WINE, MALAGA WINE, AMONT1LADO WINE. HOLLAND :i.V. IN PIPES AND CASKS. SWAN BRAND, ENGINE BRAND, ANl IIOR do, FLOWER do. ' COMLT do 01.1 HOLLAND do. SCHIEDAM BRAND. Smni r Quality. 1UJJI. JAMAICA RUM, OLD do. do.,Soperior Qualitr, ST.CROIX do. OLD SCOTCH AND HUSH WIIISKV, BT TUI rmtCHEOV Oil) sto. SUNDUIES. BRANDY CHERRIES. MTRACT d' ABSVNTH. BITTERS, different brands, CORDIALS Assorted, CURACAO, Etc., Etc. 1 am constantly receiving new additions to my stoik and am prepared to till orders for tbe foregoing to any extent. I am also offering; ths Genuine Schiedam, Aromatic Schnapps, (for which I have a patent) and can tlllor.fers for Irom one case In two thousand cases, either Qu-tfa or Pints, at the shortest notice. To prompt customers, a liberal credit will be extended, or a liberal discount for cash will be made. B. I.. SIMPSON, No. 42, I'ublic Square. May 1 ly. CvmmUiUm. Jfutite of J!. F i-'titlfs NASHVILLE SELECT SCHOOL. THE exercises of this School will be resumed on Monday, September 1. augSS It JNO. KIMBERLY. IJOOKS AND STATIONERY. NOr3l, JIAniCETST., NASHVILLE, TKNN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEltS IN BOOKS AND STATIONERY, A KK nr w recc.vmi: their Kali tiiopllea Uerch rjL. atachers. and iilhers are re."Declpiil Invited bi tats, give our slock and prists an examinatiou tefjre t,urchaFb.L-g TTARPKHVS MAUAZIMJ FOR 11 received by fargJSJ UIOAX BItO. tODEY'S LADIES' HOnK.rOrC SbfTKUrJKtt. int VJI r.ceireu uy m s 11 iiaiia uwu OVAL SLATES.-lit-lca. . received by A tuue.-ior auicie. J tut U.N A BRO. JAAIKS UUUliAMAN. vices cf James Bushsain. Tbe l.Ile and I'ublic Ser. llr R.O, Morton For .sals by UAOAN A BRO, rpHK DhMOo'ltiTlO CAUPA1U.N SO.NOSTEK, just jl receivea ay iuuai isw PICKWICE .PAPERS By ChulM Dickeua-new edi tion illustrated, For sale b; ang-28 HA RAN A BRO. ROUKttTUICAUAll. edition By Caroline Lee llenlz. New A Novel by O. P R James. UAOAN A BItO OLD UOMINION." For sale by HOiV TO BE KIUII; OitAKKY 10 WEALTH a practical guide to men of all professions Fur s tie bv (atigJS) IIAOAN A BRO 1856. MMLMOTH STOCK 1856. OF PALL & WINTER STAPLE & FANCY f il. J. DUSJOAN' & Go , NO. .70, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE Wc are in full receipt of our Btock of Fall and Winter Staple and Fancy, and Domestic Dry Goods, compriMng Dy mr me largest sioce ever impomM ny us; consisting of a very larga Iineot Ladies Die-wUnids of entire new styles of Preach, English, Italian, .-'c .tch. ami American manufactures; newstyls eood lor uinec and chlUren Plaids of the grevest variety, a Ur.ce sioct nt IWockOro da lihin.-, Orode Nap, Fou'ard Silkn, Faiur ll.e Silks of entire new styles. Our stock if (Ms im !' (loo Is is superior to ajiy erer irrparte l u, ami reey a'trw fir tbe city an I c i-r.i. 'r,. e l.iie O.nils unc Em broideries, nf all uuuilKri c feie-al iH-Le i.f p, Our stock of Fancy ilo-i-i ve ural-, isi.-a ip ip .t l test importations aud i-tilw whttti jrreniiiely ne.i d lie ng Ironi any lormrr season, ami it.uci iiinun-iier am prices which must be singe-h r m intact rj j d !rra l' urmsniug e.ootis. tuiitii. iMt-ni.ii, .nou a.m Ital'an Clu'.ts and Ca?simerus. f very fuorii.ir uialuv ana a general range or price-.; hpgu?ri n, ,,vtr I tns cl the best mates, tor over exits rii-n. ii- er, hul -ool, Lvon, and Buffalo Uiutinirs: HlinkjU .a J i! anket Coat ings ol every grade satin, silk, Worsted una rancy es -nj. r.t tbe greatest variety; a large line ui H.tineits, lnerli. Jeans ant Coatings. Cloaks nnd Tnlmus. Cloths of all colors, for la dies' Cloaks and Talmas ; Wonted Talmas for UJiei and misses. Also Dresses for mi'-ei Fancy Print"). Firi-c'-., t.ngli !i and American Fancy Prints, ol all tbe different maiiuf.ctiiressnd widths. lilacs; and solid colored 1'nuts. l'luiil I.iufeys. Caahmsre liiids. small and lar?e. of all prices and tbe best makes, alt wool. Cloaking. Large and ctin.ll Figured and ('laid Cloakings. ol every quality ; Silk and Worsted Serf e and Fancy Linings; Alpacas, pure Mohair, and Silk and Mo hair large stftck; Uoburg. UeBace and Delanes. Ac. Ac. l'luidsfor Wonien's Drcrcs. Uuntsviile Plaids fr servants dresses bright colors; Laa'ein Plui.ts a large stock; small checked and stripe I Shirting; heavy Kerseys, Linseys and Jeans, Ac, &c Domestics. Bleached and brown Domestic, (fall widths; Bleached and brown DnlliDj-t; 11. own Sea Is lana Domestics; heavy Osnaburgs, Ac. Trimming, Ac., Ac. Our stock of Trimmines and Varieties is very large and complete, comprising every article that is usually sold. e wilt continue to aid to our s ock throughout the favorable ternls to prompt season new style uoods, which we will sell upon the most dealers A. J DUNCAN A CO. No. 70, Public Square. Nashville. ang21tf REAIOVAL. . iilBY MORGAN & CO., HAVE removed to their NEW STORE, No. 7 Public Square, (South side) where they have now in Store and ouen lor exhibition, a larzo and well assorted Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY" DRV GOODS. And VARIETIES, to which tbey invite the attention of Aieienanis generally We will as nsual offer to CASH AND PROMPT TIME BUYERS THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE INDUCE MENTS We have opened a splen lid line of 1'ANCV DUESS GOODS. Such as: French printed DeLanes, French " Merinoes, Elegant Dreia Silts, Plain and Figured C- burghs. New Style Poplins, French Merinos and em'd Robes, Printed Persir n Cloths, Printed Cashmeres, Cloaks, Talmas, Mantles and Shawls. . A LSIL-TIFCL LINE CF Bonnet Ribbons, Lmbroidery ami rlnnncings. Laces and Edgings, Cloths, Ca:simerei,Mttir.ets, Blankets, Flannels, Tickings, and Brown and Bleached Muslins. PRINTS, Ac., Ac Thofe desiring bargains would do well to look through this Slock. We are buying Feathers; Wool, Oinser.g, Linseys, Jeans, Socks, Ac , Ac. ugl7 1RBY MORGAN ACQ. NEW WHOLESALE HOUSE. BRANSFGRD, M'WHIRTER & CO., IMl'ORTEKS AND WHOLESALE nKALEKS IN Foreign and Domestic NO 71, 2nd D00RAI10VE CITY HOTEL, PbBLIU i-QUARB. NASHVILLE, TENN. WE are now receiving aud opening fur the latl aud Winter trade, the most desirable htock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ever offered to the trale ol Tennessee or tbe adjoining States, couinrUing in part, splendid Flounced Silk Kobe, Rich Dress Silks, in great variety, plain bUck and colored Silks. Dress Trimmings in great lanety and choice styles, Bonnet Ribbons, Laces and French Embroideries. Irish Linens, Jaconets, Swiss aud checked Muslins, French black and colored Merinoes. De Lune-i, Ac. Ac. Also, a tine nssoriment of French black and colored Cloths, plain, black and fancy Doeskin?, fancy Silk and Plush Vestmes, together with a Urge hie of Ne gro.BXTand Coating Blankets. Tweeds, Jeans, Ac, Ac. We invite the attention of Merchant Tailors especially, to our Stock of Clolhs, Cassimeres and TrimmiDgs. Also the attention of Iron Manufacturers to our Stock of Nero Blankets, Negro Kerseys, Striped and Plain Osnaburgs Having purchased the majarity of oar goods for cash we are prepared to offer rare inducements to either cash or short time punctual dealers. We invite ul! mei chants visiting our city to a careful ex amination of ourstock and prices, migir. BRAN-SFOitl), McWUIRTER A CO WATSO.V 11 CX.KS. JiSeER X BAILT, Lati of GatnU'Cro' Ttna samoklc godsiulu COOIvE, BAILEY & CO., WHOLESALE DIALERS IN HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAl'S, HON NETS; AC, AtC. SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE NASVILLE, TENN, WOa WE are now arranging lor tale our FIST STOCK of the above Goods, which, having been carefully se lected, and purchase.! upon the most favorable terms, will be found well worth the attention of Merchants We invite an inspection of this Stock, confidently be lieving that wo can supply those who may favor us whh their trado, with handsome niid durable Ooods nt snch prices a3 will enable tbern to compete suctessfully w.lh Merchants who purchase at Philadelphia. txT" Our lerrn of credit is six months to r luihlt dealer; and we will make a liber-1 discount to ttrA huyere uur:22 d2n COOKE. BAlLhi A CO. NEW lUJODSt 10 DO AUG. 12TH. 1856 T liOiW PSO N & CO., Have received Splendid Flounced Silk Robes; Iiress Silks, iu great rarietj; Vuleuciennei laces; Ribbons, Kelt. Beltiog; Flouncicgs, iu great vanely: llrillianteens. Jaconet Trimmings; French Work'd Collais; lJice do; Setu, Alexander Kid Gloves; New Goods leceived daily. THOMPSON A CO., auuia tf Public Squara. " NEW FALL AND WINTEJt OOODS. ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO., No. 41 rublic Square. WK would inform our customers and tho tride generally, that we now have in Slore and ready tor sale a verv large and desirable stock of FOREIGN AMI DOMKST1C DRY OOODH. and ItKADY MADE CLOTHING, suited to the Falland Vlntertrade,audwhlchthcy are disposed to sell I alas rcall advance. j Our present etock will be found much larger llianmuat, ) embracing a due assortment of gentlemen's Wear and Ladles' IIRIsS i;OOD.i, HiriiasMng both in quality and brilliancy of j Myle and patterns any nf our lormer slocks. Our line of i White Guols,i:rubrolderles, Klbbons,Laces,Trlmmlnzs, Ac, ! will also le foand equally large and attractive. f UurSiock of KKaDY MAuK CLOTHING Is unusually i Urceand welladaptrd totheapprraehlngseason, and having I paid particular attention lo the getting up of this articls, we ; are nrotared to otfur Inducements to those deallnsrla It. We therefore unlieit a call from Merchants visiting our market, ' nnt ihll lat hlmtnr. in A.hlhltlnv trt thftm 'finr srnetr and I prices. -.ALLISON, ANDERSON, & CO. auj23 2m - J -' ' I r- TEXT ISOaitt VOlt .STIJM1" SlfEAKEIlS AND YOlfKli VOLITICIANS Webster's Life end Seecbfi. . -Ca'houD liife ad, Speech?. Clay's Life and Speeches. 7 - Clay's Private Co rttposdence - - - Memoirs (ft. S. Prentice. " Garland's Life of John Rando!ph. Ad ims' Life of Madison and Monroe. Secretary Legare'i Memoirs and Wo:k3, Life and Letters tfJo-eph Storr. ' " ' Crit'isal and Misceilafeons Essays, by A. II. Eveftt). Sparls' Life of Wasbuigton. Sparks' Lifeuf Franklin. Flanders Lives of- Ibe Chief Jnslices. Bentcn'a Thirfy Vsars in the Unit-d Statci5esate. Fo .veil's Living Authors ot America. Horton's I.Ifecf James Buchanan. IngersoU's HEslory of the War of 1812 and '15. Uancrofl's History ot tha United SLites. Pickett's New Chapter ia the Lire of Washington. Camp Fires of tho Amaricaa Revolution. Parly IsderstlTersOT,Tlaffilfon, Jackson, etc. Maxims of Washington Political, SjcuI, etc The Day Star of American Fresiom. . A Voice to America its Glory, or its FalL, Whitney's Defence of tbe American Policy.-- Republican Landmarks, by John P. Sanderson, Paine' Common Sens? and Rights cf Man. History tf the Constitntion ol the tTdiled. States, by Cuni. Storv oa ihs Constitution and tbe Bibte, and Psalms. For sal by angl Ul'llC1 lUnaALU. t.OLU 1KAN. JOHN YORK A CO, hsvejast received a new supply of the best Gold Pens in this market. aufSl HARPER'S MAGAZINE For September, received by aag21 If JOHN YORK & CO. JOHN YOKIC c CO. lias just received Putnam's Monthly for September; HojehoId.Words lor September ; and The School Fellow for' September. s;pt 2 SCHOOL HOOKS. Jons Yori-JA Co., have just received a complete asiort m nt of C lozsical Common School Books, which they effer for sile cheap. sept 2 R.H.BROGKWAY &'Co WHOLESALE DEALERS AND MAJnTFACTTTREBS OP Gentlemen's Clothing, No. 711-2, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. TO COUNTJlV MERCHANTS. Our Stock of Gentlemen's lUady Made Clothing for the Fall and Winter trado is now complete, embracing every variety of style and fabric to beloundmlns taatern Markets. Our business beimr strictly and exclusively confined to tbe Manufacture and sale of Clothin?. enables us to offer greater inducements than any other house in tne city, and should alone be sufficient guarantee to all who purchase Heady Mad Clothing, that they can supply inemseives with a much larger variety of styles and assortment of sizes, at a less price, by making their purchases direct from the llanuucturers. It. it. luiuui.vvai .s tu. antrtO. '5 tf FIRST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES, Nashville Sewing Machine Company Nos.71 J-i2 EAST SIOEOFTHi: PUULIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. T UIKSK Machines are now very Justly considered to be the . h.i.t m uie. havlnetna advantage of all others in the simplicity of theirconsiruction,.h speed and beauty of their work, and (he great strenelh of their seam. Unlike an; otbers In use, they form a seam with two continnous threads from ordinary spools of coilnu,sllk or linen makings knot t every eiucn wnicn prevents me wors ironi ripping unucr n y clrcu mstances wnatever. The Hrstand hiirhe.t nreniium. have beenawarded to these Mil,in. m all rim Iniutinir Pain throuihent this country an.l Kurniu..and the Inventor now rekilces In the more sub stantial regard of (he largest painmage ever bestowed upon anVKewing Jiacnine in curojM ir Aroeriw. tney are ortne nigaesi nni.H,Btm w cc.j .siiv.j ' iilBtyle.an.laclapte.lt.. all the wants of the ejewiogeoru- taunlty. . . 'Iney are all secur.l eielusively to the proprietors by let ters patent, and am free fr..in all Jeiral eonlioversy. (Irrat n.ln.i.n. l.een tiken u. adan( (lie-trf MochlhM Ui Itantation sewing, and Ibej are now so smipl.", durable aud eastlyrun and tended by jiuj p.-ron, tbm they are rullr.tr beyond competition u.r t .1. w.trk r lor Hie msaufacmre of heavy or light bags, for Corn or Wheat, no machinery has ever teen invented to surpass iht-m any person after ono boors rdcucecan mato Irom huo o .no corn saeas par iiijouduo marhlr,.i. These machines are also equally wen aoapiru in thHinaniifa.-luror all kimU of clothing, coarse or line, as well as frneral wln, qiituli.g.stin-hiirg'. &(. 'flieso ma- tiliieitareso arrauce.1 a. nnnHim smen any leiiRu. uo- red.andtosew wlllmasniiy an-i every m in uj gr- uint,and tbo .tnrabllily, itJu'iiiruy aim neaiuj uunii, esnnot be equaled lv any wuitact.nii-lihI by the most skillful nands. We shall at all times keep on hand a sill assortment or these machiues.an.l most mpectfiilly iutlt the public gen- rally to call and .w inem iu use, in-i gi mem o tumui lamination and b satisaml that lliobairhas notyetbe-sn Id. dec2S-tf PILES! PILES! PILES! HU UlTOERTO INTBACTAlltl MS St, Olf IVEar '0aH AND li uriw srinr, CURKD BV tXlKRNAU APPLICATION ONLV. DU. OWAN VI. MI'S PILE SALVE WILL never fail iiigiiiug immediate rellet,and posi. Urelv tun g the worst .nd most obstinate casta of Hemorrhoids or Pil-i It is tha ONLY INFALI.IISLK KKMLDY KNOWN hero or elsewhere for the l'i!e und is the result of years of patient studv ami investigitinn. Mnnerers ironn inn now Lave a rrnienj ni uanu nuicu will STAND THE THST V TRIAL, withdit afear (.1 failure ui ils part, ludo all the proprietor claims fur it. Full directions accompanying each box ; and all that ia requisite is Btrictly to observe tcieui,njnd a cure is certain to toliow. Dr T 1L CaVakabib, (Prefent.) i Dear Sir. When 1 arrived in the city a tew days ago, was suffering intensely with the pile. 1 mentioned my condition to voa. asking your advica. You recommended TourFile Salve sawng ii would cure me. 1 tried it tbe . . . - i.i , n t in... it eueci was imineauii;, anu i aui uuw nc... a - to be, as it proved in my cue, n invaluable remedy, aou a euro euro for thai disease, the Piles, and as such recom mend it to others. " . ,r (,urstiu!y. JOHN W. UANSON, otht. iAJUis, o. u.: t i. h'nr r-vI in Naahville bv r.wm Biui .Whotesala Agents, and by Druggists and Dealers gcte.-ally, Dr. T. U. OAVANAUGII. Sole P?PreT, St. Loni?, Mo, aog31 ly inside Prof. At FKlSliJ, CtONTINUESto give lessons in Fiench, to Ladiesat their own rJdence, and to Gentlemen either iu t.Jrobou.8oetnhUrms. Thoatsh tuen- ,. him for the nexiae-s""". .u-!-- j fSS Classes .,M b, formed) between the hours of 0 and 10. A. M., and2 to 6, P.M. f,hit the classes might . .... k.nM .-r t auglS qw o?5(?OHA.U -nn CATUARTliS PILLS have dona more to pro.note the public health, than any Other oas caste. There can be no question that tha Chsrvy Pectoral has bv iu tbonsanili and cures Of Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Cronp,Inflaenza, Broncblils, &c, very ranch reduced the proportion or deatbs -from consumptive diseases is this coan-i trr. The Pills ara as good, as tha Pae. toraland will care more complaints. Evervbodv needs more or less Darrli. Porj9 th Hood from lis imoarttles. Porta ths Bnwat.. r f... whole visceral system from obstructions. Purge out th dis eases whfen fasten on the body, to work It decay. Bat for diseases we should die o'nly of old age. Tak anUdoteseailv and throat it from the' system, before It Is yet loo itrojg to Ayer's Pills do thniit ortt disease, not only while It Is TV eat but whenlt has ukn a strong-hold. Read the astoandig tatementof those who hare ben cured bjr them from dread ful Scrofula, Dropsy, Ulcers, Skin Diseases .Kheumatfam, Neuralgia, .Dyspepsia, In'orna! Pains, Billions Complaints, Heartburn, lleadiche. Coat, and many less cUarerons but sUll threatenmg aliments, such as pimples on the. face, Worms, 5ervonsheailache,Colds,Fevers,D)seniory,aiI la. deed every variety of complaints for whicna Purgative Rem. dy required. These are do rasdosf slitamsnts.hut ers aaihenUcaled-br' your own neighbors and your own Physicians. i ry mem once, ana you wiu never re wunoai mem. Prlce ilcts per Box 5 Boxds SL Prepared by DK. J. V. AVEKi. July 19,1836-2m. Lowirx, Mass. Si. i. H. Important TIoTelatlons. A GREAT PlSlCAr. LAW, Possessing the most important Influence- over the, health o u.a wvuj, us. uoou vuuivij u,oiivo.ivu ana neglaeteU by the Medical Faculty. woxntarci. rowaa or thc k. a. a. xixidiii in gxirixa raa. aoor hxalthv skd rata raosr fais. Kft0ALI2KTHK.CIRCULATION RiGULATK TUB . SYSTEM. CHAPTRR I. Ecraalltingtha elrnlaUon the true method, of preventing T7 , tt - ; r icgmauou ma ouiy meant of purifying tha blood and restoring- the sick to health Suick efliacy.ot Radwaj's Ready Bailor and Kadway's egulators, ia curing the patient ot cooghs, congestions, rheumatism pneumonia, sons throat, innamaUous, fever and ague. bllUoua remltl.nt aud intermittent, scarlst, typhus, ehxgres, and. all contagious and. non-coniagloni fevers. Tho posltiva virtue of Kadway's EenovaUng Kesolvent,ln Bronchitis, Asthma, bad Headaches and Ujjpepila. HOW DISEASED ACTION KKCOMBS KSTAB LISHS D A3 D TiliS HLUOLIUIfUKE. Arrest error has long prevailed in the minds of medical men, 'i that Impurity of tha &lWUtha cause of diseased action." This Is a serious mistax ll U a disturbance of tha circulation, and the estabushmai. A diseased actlnn. that causes Impurity of the blood. The it. K. K. theory holds the truth of tha aoove maxims, for If a person bo tna state of perfect health, each artery and vein must carry to and from the heart ltr allotted por tion of blood, and when any set of Tesseli refuse tbe the causa what It may) to carry their proportion, the current of blood becomes dammed np; in other woids, a congestion takes place, giving pain to a greater or less extent. Here then, 1. tha beginning of diseased action, which. If not re lieved, will soon run Into intlammanon, and the diseaao become established. Diseased acUo a being once established, the blood becomes impure, nd t e regularity of action oo tne part or tna liver, sun, Dowels, Ac, J, sura to be inter ranted, and theceneral system, bv svmnathlainr with th local complaint, becomes Involved In the dlHcolty. Thai this la tha trao stale of tha caso, let any one call id mind Lis symptoms on catching cold. The local difficulty may e a oru throat, which Is a congestion of tha blood. amonntlcD- tometlmes to an Inflammation aboutths throat, owing to previous uerangeu suiia oi ints circulation ; and ne wul re member that his bowels become costive, his liver derange J , ur ai. .km ury uu iotcrisu. uis Devi noppea op, pains at.lt aches In his bones, joints, down tha back, head aches, cUs chargooi water from the eyes and nose, with many olisi unpleasant and painful symptoms. Had ha used Kadway's Keadv Kelief when tha congestion was seuloe? in. as an m. pllcaUon lo the throar, and swallowed a dose of tha KJh iators, he would hare broken np tha congestion, and re stored the regularity on the part of the liver, skin, bowe,.-, ic, which had been broken in upon by tbe effect cf ths sore throat, insularity being again established, the Imnnrs. blood is soon puri!!ed,and tha circulation again equalized and the health restored KADWAY'S REGULATORS Possess this great power of KqUALLZl.NG TUB CIRCULATION, And reguIaUng all the organs of the body to a natural and healthy acuon. itaiiways tceguiaiors possess properues mat all other Pills ara deficient in, and are tha only pills in nsa that can be taken for any length cf Lima without weakening ths ns tern. Ther always leave tnesystem in a healthy condition! th liver, bowels, heart, pancreas, kidneys and skin regular, and ready to discbarge their several lnnctloiu without re course to unnatural means. Krerv dose of Kadway's Bezulatort that are taken will Infuse new life, fresh strength, and sound health, to the weaK ana iceoie uouj. AS A FAMILY PHYSIC ono or two of Radway's Regulators will answer a bettei purpose than castor oil, common pills, blue pills, Lea's or Bilious pills, or any other cathartic, bilious, drastic, parga- nves, sans, or sennas, ina neguiaiors win qaicxij open we ooweis, sure, k iuuuibj puaagv, ma win leave lite wholo system in a healthy state. PA LSKY ltll EUMAT1S21. How the K. R. It. Remedies raised Mrs. Sarah A. Hough from a crippled ana helpless condiuoa to sound health, after lha skill of lour of tha most teamed physicians I a New York, had failed to relieve her, Drs. Parker, Kese, Wardte, and Maelelan. niiAU iir.K uaiiisi:. January 3, 1&& Messrs. Kadway & CoI tried your Ready Belief, and had my Joints rubbed with it, and I never tell pain alter Urn first tea minutes 1 was rubbed withilup to the present time. Sirs, I do no tknow woat t compare it to hut a rbarm ; for It is a mystery to me. Lwas a cripple for two years, aad had not the proper nsa of my limbs for three years. I was worn down to a skeleton. I then commenced tha nse of yoar Ready Belief, Besol vent, and Regulators. The pain left ma In ten minutes, and I began to gain strength very fast, and. conld walk with ease In a few weeks. Before 1 heard of your remedies I was taken to Dr. Parker, Dr. Reese, Dr. Wardle, Dr. Maelelan, and many other phvsictasa o this city, I cannot now remember. I was completely pulled tir' pieces by them. My constilaUon was completely broken up with medicines Ibat did mo no good. 1 could not put a foot to (he ground nor pick np a pin. I wu lined and car rled up and down stairs Ilka an infant ; and now, thank Godl by the nse of your remedies, 1 am as strong as ever. I had the common rhsamalUrn inflammatorf and chronic and tbe palsy. You can publish this. If yon like. SABA II A. HOUGH, 2H2Cth st., between tbe Tin and eih avenues, S. Y. December 25th, 1835. CElPtLKD WITH INFIR MITIES. December 31sl,lS33. FKRK FKOM PaLN AND WALKED WITH BASK. JEPTHA GARDINER. A severe fall; Injury of tha knee pan; Bxerut'allng pales limeiy arrival; buccdssiui euicavy oi nauways Beady Belief. Dresden, Weakly C.,Tenn.,Dec.31, 1S53. I.Jentha Gardlmer, ol the above plco,do publish, that for manv years 1 have been aBlicled with Rheumatism, and on lha evening of December 2Utbt- lt&, while walking in my yard, I fell wun great violence on tna lee, bruising th. knee nan verv badlr. I farther certify, that on tha it.an. day Mr. John J.Benedict, a travelling agent of Kadway dr. O., arrived at Ibis place, and bearing of my heavy failaaj Ui terrible- complaint that afflicted me. recommended tn to apply Had way's Beady Relief, which I did, and laa very short lime the pain ceased, the swelling abatd, aad I am now able lo walk without tha use uf my cane, free front pain. 1 have tried several other remedies, but found no relief. In case, of extreme pain, Railway's Ready Belief la far preferable Uall other remedies, ll any oae doubts lha truth of this certificate, let them call on me at uiy reshleoca, or write to me at Dresden, Tenn.,and I will give them full Information. JKPTIIA. UAKDINIKK. For years 31 r. dardinier nad suuerea ine torturing pais of Bheumatlsm. Ha was unable lo walk witnouttBe aid of astick. Uuthe 29th of December ha first tried lha K. It. Belief. On the 3Jst lie conld walE witaoul aid and free from pain. Lelall wuoarecrippira urueu nuueo mint or UK FKVKR ANDACUK. If.,lwa,'s Ready Belief and Radway's Regulators ara positive curativ foi Ague and Fever. Lot thoso afflicted take from two to five or Kadway's Regulators every night and a tea spoonful of Read; Kelief In water, on rising In tha mnniiiir. and twice daring tha day these will soon frea Lha system irom the poison of ague. How tna . ... i.-- vuuouu..i,os ... ncaiia. stiii-tna ravages ui uccaj,um. uic.rs iu ioo lungs and throat, cures asthma, bronchitis, chronic cougns, and all dimrasr. and complaints of the tnroat, lungs and chest, I'.r.ons who have been troubled with chronic, vore thronti. nhrrie. In the lunrs, bronehllis, or alandalar sffi-ninn. are Informed that tho K.K. K. Remedies will cure Ih.nrof these terrible diseases on (he same principle. Let lha Beady KeUef ba applied externally on tha chest and around tna throat- This will effect an Important and wandarf ally ben eficial resnlt. It will got up a powerful counier-lrnuiing orce, and withdraw from tha glands of the throat all eon rwle.l blood that may Interfere wi h tha respiratory organ, feisxii troubled with a.thma, hard aud dimcult breaming, sharp pains when taking a long breath, will find an Immedi ate relier after an application of Kalway' Ready Belief, la cases where tho lungs ara diseased, wo give Kadway's He solvent. The action of this niedldue resolves away the dis eased deposit. It heals all ulcers, aad removes tubercle. We hive known persons, who bad no idea of ever rising from a sick bed, to ba restored to sound health with not a particle of consumptive material In their bodies to hasten decay. Radway's hegalatnrt, tn these cases, keep the sys tem regular, and rqualixo tha circulation of the blood. TI1KROVALTOUCI1. How the R. R- Resolvent cured the Kiug'a Kill, after a eon gress of crowned monarcnaiaiiea to rvstore lb. supplicant ,o health. THE FIRSTSIGN. Tha nresence of pimples, blotches, pustnles.tfilters. rsjh. llttlo sores, painful itchier', hot Bushes, &c, are sure indi cations of the presence of foreisn and impure humors In tha system, and it allowed to miogie wun tna Mood and remain in the system, corrnpUngtba blood and filling lha sewers of lha body with impurities, sores and ulcers will break oat and cover tna body with their repulilve presence. Tho skin, under these poisonous Influences, becomes an erupUve volcano, exhlbllins io the eye (ha di-.gu.llni: lavs of disease in tha form of salt, rbeum, cancers, niters, raver soros, putrid fiesh, king's evil, and lha most frightful erup tions of the skin. ' Radway's Ready Resolvent has cured tha most terrible of! skin disease and humors. It will never fall in tha worst cases. LARGE 110LKS IN THE NECK. An Emigrant called upon us afew months since, who had been troubled with the disease called King's Kvll. II had two ery large holes in his neck, and his head, body and lets were covered with too. most disgusUng and sickeaing sores. We Immediately placed him under the influence ft tho Resolvent. In six week, from lha time be called npoa us .very sore was healed. Not even a o was left upon h bo.lv to remlndhlm of the King's Evil. Thl. man flk. thousands of other deluded persons, had thrown himself prostrated before two JKruperors, four Kings, and oSa an,to b. touched by the fingers c-J Boyalty.ba nln? that the hands of their "most sacred majerties wnnldS drive away the evil." The KenovaUap Ke.olv.nt rTmor.p?werIo rtorlDS this poor delude.fvictlm of a cruel disease lo a sound condition of body, than all ttft kings ami monarehs on tha earth. BOILS CURED BY K. K. RESOLVENT. Lima, Indiana, Doe. 12, 1825. Btessrs. Kadway & Co. .Chemists, N. Y. fiend ma two dozen of K. K. Resolvent. I have been sorely afflicted will bolls. 1 have betn tormented with thesa disagreeable ex crescences for more than two years. I tried all kinds ot medicines without effect, I commenced the Resolvent. One bottle cured me entirely. 1 have since recommended it to others. Yours truly, K. (1. WRIGHT. ItflOTWAaT ScCo ICi, Pulton street, liew York. Sold by Druggists, Marcbanta, aud Store keepers every whern. Wheat! Wheat! WANTED to fill an order of Ons Hundred Thousand Bushels or Prime WHEAT, delivered at our Ware house in MoshTille, for which we will paT tbs market prica We have on hand a large quantity of bags to) f arnisJv aj.Mnrivit.wi. H.aIaE5CHls(M.