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x- 5 NEW POTLIGATIOKS; TOOK, WELSOW fa, CO ., School Books: The folCwlagcomnrlse the erieof Bookautedln thepub- lt. rrhn . r V . . V. ... T I : - . . kt.i.. tiBWVILIO XUU Ml(VUUUtU COUUirj. W1UCU U1IT tin rnuml t u . K'vwAH. ..e-mnsr V p r n V .c. rn . , Union street, at as low prices as thoy'can oe sold for In hit.' in). , Scries of Arithmetics: Stoddard'', Ray's, Davie's,' Smith's, Ernenon'srSmlley' and Pike'; Greek, Latin and English Grammars ; BoIISods, Fist's, Adams', Andrews it Stoddtrds', Tower', Smiths', Fowlers, Ktrkhams, Brown's, Butler's. Conies' Pinneo'si&c ' ' J ,Aon,CJ J' Geographical Series: Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English Dic tionaries : Gesenius', Hebrew and English, LUdell and Scott's. Dore- fan's, Leverctl't, .Gardner'e, Ambon's aud Lemur classical, Webster's, Walter's. "Worcester's. F.ntiek. Lempriere'a Series of Headers: . ' ' McCuCc)', 1 ower't, w ebb's, Sanders', Swan's and Good neb ; logemer with a general varletv at Mmlui n,i matnemuicai wore tor Academies. Coileco, and Unlversi .School Stationery: . jlfctrislog a general slock, suitable for schools of all Pens : N. NELSON 3t CO.. 44 Union street, are the onlv Sin Middle Tennessee for SHKPARD'S Gou P!s,J men nave been In rouslant nse by many or tbe most experienced Book -keepers in the city for several years, with b miiis laci ion. SO A trial of these pens is oulj- neeessary In order to get a pen 10 uosausiaciory service. taugai. CKKAT DlrsCOVERY. JANEV NEURALGIA LIQUID A certtln'cure for Neu. raisin. Rheumatism. Loral Pains. Ac. Tills medicine has been but Utely introduced into Nash, vllle, bnt has already acquired a great repatstlon. Tbe Hon. A. P.Shemwell.M. II. Recertifies that he was attached with Inflammatory Jtneumatlsm, ana bad the ser vices oftivo Phviclan,who affrrdedJiim no relief. He was unable to turn hinrsell in bed, when this powerfu' liniment cured him entirely In 34 hours. Ibis fact is certified to by iuro luemDrnui lue s.rgisiaiure, wuo werecousianiiy wltn ,yaim. Aj Price $1 per bo'.tle. ALEX. MACKENZlE-.Aicent, aoe27 Nashville. GIlAEFENREIta VEGETABLE PILLS. THKSK celebrated Tills are in general use throughout the whole West, about 100,000 boxes are sold annually In Tennessee. Ther are invaluable in the followins- . ll nf urhifh proeeod from allowing tho Digestive organs to remain out of oruer Acidity of the Stomach; Jaundice; Fevers; Costiveness; Night-mare; Dyspepsia; Headaches; Sleeplessness; uitiinus uoiupiainis; Want of Appetite; Cramps nnd Cfaulic; Bowel Complaints; Nerrous Affection; Liver Coinilaii.t, Nausea and Vomiting: orms. JOO CERTIFICATES from Physicians from every section of tbe United States.'who iiarcusru mean mis in ineir practice, may ne sten, ny call ing on the Agent and obtaining THE HEALTH ALMANAC FOR 1657. of which he liaiijist recWved from New York, 50,000 copies ALEX. MACKENZIE, ng2? 17 College St., Nashville. A7j- FRANCISCO MAN0FACTDEEE AND DKAIEE HT Hats; Caps and Ladies' PURS, NO. 23 PUBLIC SQUAltE, Nashville. AUTILUN STYLIJ OF MOLESKIN HAT FOR 1S5G. Thi new and Fall Sljle of Moleskin Hat will be Introduced this innrniDg at the HAT UAZiRiibf ' FRANCISCO, No. 23, .Public Square. Genls who are in feirch of somethitip peaceful and be cominz are invi.fcd toexamine this beautiful style. A J. FRANCISCO, itnc2S, '5'i. No. 23. Public Square. softIuats. OF Ibis class of floods you will find all Hie KKW STVLUS OF BEAUTY, FASHION AND COMFORT, represented in a variety of shape3 and shade of colors, ( bound to please, whomsoever desire to be pleared with abatat A. J. FRANCISCO'S, an?3 Fashionable Hat Emporium. FRESH SUPPLY. JOST KECE1VEI) of ihose FAWN AND ROSE CKNDKEK, (Athei of Jiota)) which are said to possess the charm of soltening Ibe hardest glances aimed at a wearer of any of these, for the visionary organs so pleasing, held apparel. Any gentleman, therefore, who desires a sunny gleam Irom some admired "oro" ought not to neglect the now rffered ontiortuuity to procure one of these attract! ftat . A. J. FRANCISCO'S ' Hat Uaxaar, No. 23, Pnblic Square. ' CHILDREN'S HATS. A lil.AUTlFUL assortment of children's plain and make a requisitnn upon the Governsrs of Ken r!L fancy soil hats, in black and various colors, just re- I , , ,. . , . . . i . - i , f-. i. . i r . . . j i . 1 fiTovw nml IllinAialnr frnna til ncaial in nriallmrr ceived. Also, on hand a tine fref h stock of neat and tasty little boy'x silk hats, our own make, in white, purple and black plush. Parents, will therefore, do well by calling Kith their youthful branches to select for tiiem a fine and dressy, or a cheap and durable Hat, at the Fashionable Hat Store of A. J. FRANCISCO, tug23 No. 43, Public Square. POSITIVE SALE AT COST OF PIKE JEWELRY, GONSISTINO of Ladies' and Gentlemen's liREAST PI.NS, FI.SOER RINOS, LOCKETS AND EAR-KINGS. Auo. GOLD AND SILVER WATUOES. VEST CHAINS. SEALS AND KEYS, GOLD PENS. PENCILS, Ac, Ac TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. I will.sell my entire Stock of Jewelry AT COST, on three and six mrntbs credit, for approved notes, satis factorily endorsed. A. VOIZOT, angSl 1m Commission Merchant, No. 56 College st NEW GOODS. A. M O R R fs"0 N & C O., WHOLESiLE DEALEB3 IN FANCY AND VARIETY GOODS, COMI5S. URUSUES, BUTTONS, THREADS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES. HOSIERY, OLOVES, JEWELRY, TOYS, Ac, No. 72 Exsr Sioe I'uslic Sqoabe, Nasbtille, Tesn. WE nnuld intorm our friends, and the trade generally, that we are noT p-opated to exhibit tbe finest, and ben Masoned Stock, in our line, ever brought to the Nash ville market W- solicit an examination t f tbe stock and pneps, l,elicipg th it we can olTer inducements equal to &nv Jobbing House in the Variety line, East or West. Tfloso desiring to purchase will oblige ui to call, ex tmine our Mltisk uud prices and judge tor themselves. aug 20 -lm A. MORRISON A CO., S,l'l.l.r ll J K fj.1 DENCKsTt'Oit SA17E. VAE c tier on the most liberal terms a very desirable Lot ' t 'io acies in Edgelield, fronting 269 feet on the (Jallilin Tike. ALO, SO acres o( superior cardrnmg land, including a (tiiilding site.commaoaing ufine view of Nashville, about 2Jj4 nnles Irom the city on the Porter Pike. AI.SO, lf'O acres opposite the above. Desirable City prcpcily will be taken in part payment. Apply to J.L.AR. W. 15KOYN, sepbS 10.1 41)$ Cheery st. NEGItOES FOJt SALE. IY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson 3 county, rendered at the September Term, 1856, in the o?e of John II. Callender, and others, ex partt, 1 will ou ter for sale, on the Pubhc Square, in Nashville, and in or near the old Court Uuu.-e yard, on Friday, the 10th day of October next, tbe following negroes', to wit; Judith, aged GO years; Thomas, aged 15 years; An derson, aged 2o years; William, aged 4 years ; Mary, aged 2 years; aud Judith, aged 0 mouths. Terms Cash. s.eptrj F. KCUtSATllAM, Clerk A MaMer. LOST. A MEMORANDUM HOOK, between Nashville and ltuck oa tbe Franklin Pike.on Wednesday, tbe Sd instant, conUining between 175 and $200, Any person finding the same will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at this Ollice. Stfito hv A. J. RUTHERFORD. TIlEACADEJiy OK MUSIC. Will commence its beasion on Monday, September the ith. To arrange ibe hours, tie subscriber wishes to see his old scltolani on Friday or Saturday next, the 6th, be tween 2 and 4 clock, P. il. CHAS. HESS. fpi4-lvt 24 South Vine st. P. P. PSCK INVITES tiie nttentinnnf all those wanting an ELE OAN l" COACH, a nett ROCKAWAY or HAROUCUE, or a choica IIUilliY. to his large stock at his Ware-rooms on lnwcr Mar Lei street. f sept 4 SIN(;iNJ AND lM.XO LESSONS! TRUD ADAM, from Ilnhemia, Europe, lately from . Cleveland, Ohio, begs leave so inform the citixensrt Nashville and vicinity, that he has permanently located in this city for the purpose ol giving instruction in Sing ing and Piano playing. The method adapted for ins instruction in Singing, is the name ued at the conservatory Paris, Vienna, Prague and Milan, and be is prepared to give the iingiog Lessons ember to one scholar or to small classes of Irom 4 to 6 scholars TheSinging and Piano lessons will be giren at the tesidenceiof th3 scholars, punctually, each lesson 50 minutes. Ladies and gentlemen desiring to study Dramatic and Operatic singing. lor the purpose ol operatic performances, will be instituted every day. Each Piano scholar is compelled to learn beside the play ing on the Piano, singing as the foundation of all music lor further particulars call at the Room, No. 18 at the Hotel St. Clond where can be seen also the diB'erent re pot ts and opinions about hi B success in teaching in this ountry. jyia 2m UNION AND AMERtcl'N. NASHVILLK.THORSDAY MORNING, SEP. 11, 1856. Messrs. Editors: I desire to bet $500 that Ba- cbaoan gets twice as many northern States as Fill more does, and 8500 that Buchanan gets twice, as many. south, rp atates as Fillmore doe3. DIVISION FAIR. The third Division Fair h to be held this year at Lei anon, beginning on Monday, Cih Ocfober,.snd continuicr; durirfr the week. We are gratified to I." . , v . i tari that our fr ends at Lebanon are making the mot extensive tireDarations. and that they expect a v:st censonrae of pecple and a most brillint exhibition. Thu Wilson County boeieiy have lately purchased grounds near Lebanon atd have fitted up an elegant amphitheatre. The premiums are the best ever offered in Tennessee. A portion of these premiums may now be:ea ot Gowdejs. Among ether things there are four handsome sil ver pitchiis. Ooe.of tLem is to be given lo the beat farm; one to the best saddle horse; one to the best buggy horse, and one to the best pair horses.. We advise our Friends ( o take a Jock tit the Wilson county silver and then rub dowa'jheir horses. We intend going to Ltbanon an! hope tohivea Urge delegation from Nashville. THE SrATE FAIR. Thi Anuual Sia'e Fair, to be Lc'd on the Sut 'Fair Grounds, netr Nashville, consmecc ng on Moac'ay, the 13th of October, and coutni'iicg du ring ihe week, will undoubtedly be tie finist ex hibition ever witnessed in the State. The fajt that the exhibit'on aaugurates ihe new Fair Giougcs purchtseU fcr tha permaneat use cf tha State Bureau, will add much to the interest of ihe occasion. Id copying from the Binntr the follow ing well-timed notice of the Fair, we may add, that the best jossible arringemeals fjr'fhe accom odation tf the pnblc and of cxlibitors will bo made, mi it is cjnfid ntly expected that the farm-.. ers and mechanics of ihi State will do srmuhii g honorabls to Tennessee ou this occasi jn. Tut Annual Stite Fur. As the time aDnroacbas for the annual convocation of Ilia Agricultural and Artisan loithe purose of comparing notet, me intercut begins visibly Uiawaaen throughout luecommui.itv. IL iseinccted.ni it lu fact should be, mat the appruachiii;: exhibition will lar out shine its piedecessors In all repects. It Will be remember ed thai blale Fair Grounds hate been purchased bv Iho Ag ricultural Burtan, iu a. comtuodioui lorclity Mouth of tbe city. Upon these giounds the next Fair will beheld, ct.ui uencliiKunthH 13tb of October. Tbe Jin banica' AoCiutiou of the Mite will unite with the linreau Uih )fir.ainll)ir Ixo exnioiiiuus win uebeiuincoujunciion,aii ..fiuu-inn,l tthicb it is hoped and expected will result bem-l . lilh u bih Insti tution. Wears not particularly advised ailo lliecharatter of tbe liuprovemeuti, such as buildings, &c , which it is pro posed to bave lu read! nets fur ihe approLibiug fair, but bavo no doubt, from tbe character .f thegentlemeu who have this busines In hand, and ftom the fact that we believe sufficient means are In the hands of thj Bureau from the t'tate apiro? priaUcnfor purchas ng pt . maueiit Fair Grounds, &c ,tbat though they may not bet perfected in accordance wlih the ultimate design, the; v. in oe In every respect Huiple and com modious. We shall Ix eiiour readers lully a ,l particularly advised In this relation, a- we can obtain tbe uii.rn.atioii. Wet are pleased to brli. ve tbat the gn-u- i portance of these annually recurring reunions Isbrcoinlii li.uraaudmore appreciated, as their unquestionable bcnedisi.io evolved. It is unnecessary lor usatthis day to enter into u.t argument to exhibit tbe happy and profitable icsuli u'nch bave been brought about by Fairs In oilier Mi: r- Lpou Ibis poiutevc ry farmer and mechanic and rjunniiUt-iurer in Tonnosee is fully informed, as well from reading, as to some extent, from ice limited, experience innisowu Male, ana all are becoming fully aron,ed in tbe wort of realiiluir lo their lullest extent these benefi s. Agrlcullutal societies are already lu exist ence in inasy perhaps a majority of Ibe couuties In the Mite, and many of them are doing good work. In the great work of developing her agricultural and maoutacluriiiE re sources. Tennesteo is nrorrressine at an encouraging nace. Ihe long neglected appliances which bave bcn grasped and wielded with such signal success by many of our sister Slates and which have propelled them with railroad speed far iu advanre of us organized and united acton, intelligent and scientific improvement, an J the stimulation of competition and a laudable ambition to excel, by frequent and full inter mlngllne,andcemparlsonof policy and results have at last attracted tbe attention of Tennessee farmers and mechanics, and Ibe "good time coming" begins to loom np in tbe not ftrdistantfuturc. With her rich ind inexhaustible resources', in soil and minerals, her geographical advantages, and tbe eruernrisln? character of her pouulation, when once aroused and set In ir.oiiuu, there Is no room for conjeclureasto what win oeine rrsuu oi a tew years oi wen uirecteu eirort. Jen nessxe belong, in the front rank,and we are assured that Ten- nesseans. wben brougbl to reel the humiliation of a less hunorablo position, will lose no lime in placing her there. No plan can be suggested belter calculated to carry out this g.Kxl work than vunual State, Division and County Fairs. inr Legislature, wuu wise ana sagacious lioeranty, Has sig nified iisappreciallonoftheiinponaiiceofthere convention, by making liberal appropriations to secure their success. Let tbepeopte come forward and perform their duty fully. Tbe liurean have published a liberal premium lut, and asMiro tbe public tbat the accommodations for exhibitors will be ample. Let every farmer, mechanic and'mannfaciurer, prepare himself to contribute to thelnlereslandprcfllof tbe I occasion. " "- IvKSTUCKT VoLUSTiKKS TO CE CALLED F JP. It will be seen by reference to our news columns (say3 the Louisvi.le Courier.) that tl.c President empowered Gin. ijaiitb, of the regulir army, to thi disturbance in Kansas, if the militia fcrcc in tbat territory be insufficient ia numbers. Tais discretional order is tantamount to pDsitive instruc tions. Vfhat ever of militia there may be in Kan sas is now employed in behalf of one or tho other parties distracting that unhappy region; and tli3 Un i ted States troops being incompetent to establi-h and presserve order, 'he requisition will necessarily be made. No demand was provided for on ili?s3u ri or Iowa,for v;ry just and obvious re&sans. Toey being States contiguous to the seat of war it is to be supposed that their inhabitants partake some what of the excitement the passion and the rebellious feelirg of their ceighbor?, and bringing tlcm into the conflict with their predetermined opinions would be but widening the extent of that rstricidal contest now disgracing our land. lien rib lb Scene at a Hotel is New York. From the New York Sunday Time3 of last week we It am tht t a -terrible soene occurred last Mon day morning at one of tha Broadway hotels A wealthy and infljeatial merchant of New York whohadforsir years livid with a Isdy of poite beauty and accomplishments, suddenly disctr'cd her for a new face tbat had caught his fancy and won his aff. ctions. This new favorite he convotcd to the hotel in question, where bjth remdaad as man and wife! Tue forsaken lady, learning tho place and po sition of her successful rival, boldly look lodiugs at the same hotel, aud seeking Le.- opportunity, last Monday morniug, as sjon an hsrfaithleEs lov er left the houe, die entered the room where l.er rival Iy in bed, and with a larg knife cuCcfl'oiic of her brea-.ul She th'jn plunged the knife into the wounded woman's bo join, and with such fore j that she could with difficulty wrecc'i it out ! The piercing screams of the a 'sailed party soon attracted a crowd of servants and bDsrJer?, when the would-bi murderes3 was arrested, and her victim plactd in the hands of a surgeon. A buk biok oontaitnog upward of four thaumnd dollars was found upon the person of tho culprit. Ow ing to tLe reyectability of the merchant, the names Ol the pal ties are suppres-ed. The Virginia Wheat Uudp The Fredericks burg Herald expnts -s the opicbn "that the wheat crop of Virginia will fall short of lest )car. The tr. p in the valley is .-aid ti Lc 'ar Iclow what it was in 1S55, when it was f stirra'xd to be light in deed. The same is thought to lu true of the tide water country. It i impossible, as j et, to form any ai t-ir ,ie iMiiuiue ol the er.thf crop of tic Sla e T Let it nut be ktjjoitm, that George Law, the great Kno N .ilmio leader, who is one of the intiinUe ami eeuCd ntiai Iriem's of Fremont, lias written a It'iit-r to ?y : "I shall (.we my s ipp -rt to John C. Fremont, s the lieM rrpreiunuttre, in my estimation, of the Americau peoj 1 s, and of the Amerie an (Know Nothing) party." The Daily Sfarning Iiullelin, of Memphis. Tenn.i celebrated ilia first aanivcrsjiry of its birthday en Monday wvclc lut, sod promises to see and deserve "many huppy returns of the same." E3?Ja?. F. McClelland, lormerly of IhisState, but now a citizen of Florida, is a candidate to rep resent Jackson county in the Legislature of that State. Soimso Fast Trotting. A trotting match for 1,000 came off Tuesday over the Union Course, between thi two "crack" horses, Flora Temple and Tacony, the former to harness and the other to saddle. Flora distauced her competitor tho first heat, making the following extraordinary time Quarter, 37; half rnilo, 1:12; mi!e 2-24J. This is said to be the fastest heat ever trotted. Lou. Cow. . ' ADDITIONAL FORtlCJH NEWS. - i Spain has announced that a decree will appear in a. few- days- suppressing- the whole -Nationaf Guard of that Province. PoniDCAL. The bread riots have - been dd. pressed. ' r ; The harvest is ber ml more unfavbrabla .than was anucipaiea. Sweden. The chebra ia. raging at Stockholm uen. iioaisco, the liussian mihtiry Envoy, was th first victim. - ' -. .. . Harrisbdeo, Pa., Sept. 10. Tho republicans are rejoiciog over ibe result of the election ia Maine. A salute ol dd guns Was fired m honor of ihs vie tory. New Orleans Sent. 9.- Cotton sah-s to dv uuu oaies; prices uncharged; middl ng irejgats easier, utner articles uncnangtd tnARiisTON, Sept 10. Thr(e r'diiln ficm yel tow lever in me last a nours. . New orit, Sept 10. Tae exlensivo candle factoiy of Knapp tf this c ty, was destroyed by i r- nut uminiriL'. wun an its contents. Loss SIO0.0U0, 1'ar itlly insured. Uo.-t k, Sept. 10. The sleims'iip "Niagara' failed at noon tor Liverpool. She tikes out a half million ot f.i c.e. x-rovidence, tsept, iu. icera is an immense iremott meeting being-held here, to-day. Peo ple from all quarters trj here. The greatest en thusia;tu prevails. i okela7p, ill tine stept. iu. iui towrs Rive limlm 03.21S, Weill 32 978, Patton 4 C03. Ltery member for Congrasa, tbe whole Senate, witbtbc exception, perhaps, from Aroistook, and more tDBn lour-uitb ot tae noue is ltjpublican w York, Sept. 10. Tho Democrats had a torchlight procession last night .which was tho greatest demonstration of-the kind ever witnessed in tne cry. too procession was live miles in length. Tnere were fifty bands of raus'c in it and torches", banners and other devices were count ed by thousand?. Tho wildest enthusiasm was manifested. Flour buoyant: State C 35: Ohio 0 35aC 40. WLe-.t Wes'ern ted, Southern reJ.l 531: South- Ulll uililf, l uo. Cincisnati, Sent. 1 0 - Fiou r 5 705 80. R at unchanged Louijville, Seat. 10.- River sta i mery.' Wood's Hair ICestomlive. ThU oudeiful preparation is hating an extensive nale In all parti of Ibe Union, ltis one of tbe few patent medicines which aie now a. .Mover the country, that aro really what their In von tori claim for lliem. Wherever H lias lia J a fair trial, the result has heen precisely a9 Wood predict!. It hai never failed to turn the while hair hack to thu natural clor, where the di rections have been strictly followed, and in numerous casea it hai reuorcd the hair upon head that bad been bald fur yearn, ltis not pretended that it wilt makethe hair grow in every case, but where It fails thero is certainly no remedy. Tho restoration of the hair ha been effected in so many nstances where tho case seemed utterly hopeless, that it ia certainly worth while for alt ho have lost their hair lo try the experiment of using a bottle or two of Wood's Restora tive. Moliae irarkman. Il i" We are authorized lo announce Asustiv Andiksox. Esq., a candidate for Mayor of IhU city, at the ensuing elec tion. 1ST We are authorized to announce ED. LAWRENCE as a candidate lor Alderman in the fourth Ward. Dr. Shallenbcrger's F EVER AND A(J UK ANTIDOTE, FOR TUE SPEED V sat.-, and radical cure of f.vsrv rortu of that Distress ing Malady on entirelr new principles. pH Sold at Wholesale by Ewin ltrothers, and Retail by Jo. G. Drown, Nishtille, Teun. (june 23 Cm U BREWER & CALDWELL, Si:Y YtlltK. GENRItAL COMJUSSIO.V .HEItCUANTS AND O RA IN FA OTORS. No. 20, Old Slip, Corner Water. ttrcn to J. T. SO UTTER, President Rank of Republic, New i ork ; J. K . SASS, Efq , President Rank or Charles Ion, S. C; Meiiars. JOHN ERASER A CO., J. W. CALDWELL, Kiii . Chrle.ton, S. .'. ; nnd Ool. V. K. STEVENSON, President N. A J. Railroad, Nashville, Tenn. EiifrS C.r.m inside. Cash advances. riHE undersigned, at present repreneniinjr the lirm of "1 llltmvERA CALDWELL, of New York, in Nufh vtlle, will make liberal advances on Wheat, I'lour, and other produce consipned to Ihem for sale Apply tit the ollice of Joseph Nah Etii , corner College and Sprinc streets. W. II. HULL. nus2Hf New Wholesale House. ALLEN 11. WASHINGTON, 1 GEO. G O'llRYAN. f CHAS. li. 1JRYAN, late iff W. Late with Morgan A Co. H Gordon A Co. WASHINGTON, BRYAN & CO., IlirORTEIU AND WUOLISALE UEAEEBS IN' LINENS, WHITE COODS, EiilltROlDEIilES JlOSIEItV, AM) VARIETIES, NO. C5 N. E. CORNER PDDLIC SQUARE, Nashville, Tknjj. (Adjoining the Methodist Publishing House.) invile the attention of merchants Tisitinjr Nash- ville to the above card, and inform them tbat we are now opening n LARGE AND DESIRAULE STOCK, which will be arranged and ready for sale about the 20th inst We hive purchased our Stock with great care and mo3t lr for CASH, and having had the benefit of Innir expe rience in the businees, we feer confident that we can oDer superior inducements to any merchant purchasing in Ibis market nugl7-tf WASHINGTON, BRYAN A CO. CAS FOR COUNTRY STEAM HO ATS PATENT HOUSES AND ISENZOLE CAS. County nml State Itishts for Sale. The only llen.ole . Machine that willsivengooil light. fTMIE entire apparatus is simple; occupies but little room, JL requires little or no attention except winding up, sirrilarto a clock. The expumt is one third less than ordinary Coal Gns; and makes tbe most handsome and cheapest light in the world. It can be seen in practical operation at Hender son A Eros., Deadenck street. Any persons wantiug their houses lighted can be sup pled immediately, they laving made a contract for the furnishing tf Davidson county, and solicit orders. Information concerning State and County rights, can be had by applying to WM. WARNE, ang 21 CbcrryStreet, Nashville. J?y Express. WE are juit in receipt of a Iresb wipply of the cele. brated PAN-CAKE, LYONS' TWIST, and FLAT CHEWING T011ACCOS, manufactured especially for ns out of the very lines! Tobacco, and is superior to any ever brought to this city. Give it a trial, septa LYONS A CO No. 1 9 Cedar st. New Fitmr. rpHE nttentinnnf the citizens of Nashville is invited to 1 one of the finest articles of Flour sold in the city, made by J N A S A Thornhill. at Tyree Springs. Having been appointed sole Agent for the sale of this Flour in this citv, I invite those who desire a superior artiele to call at ruy Raltery, No fi" College street, near the Planters' Hank. The"pricc is believed to be lower than any such Floor can be procured elsewhere. eptf-lt A. J. HUGHES. 'Oil SALE. Of"i ACHES if splendid land hingon the South OVW side of the N.A C Railroad, U miles from Nashville, ?4 Irom Lavergne lpot. C7S acres under a good cedar fence, and in a high slate ot cultivation. On this land ore two comfortable Dwellings, two Gins, Out bouses, al. good, a ane Orchard or choice Fruit, a num. ber of excellent Springs, and is traversed by a never failing stream of water. Tuis Tract for richness of soil nnd beauty of location Is not surpassed if equalled inRuthertord county, and is well adapted to the growth of C8tb.i, Corn, and bmall Grain and taking into consideration its contiguity to the Railroad Depot, where there are good Schools, good Mills, good Churches, and a variety ol Shops, Ac , we think it a very desirable place indeed. Also, 120 acres of cedar at a con venient distance which will be sold with the above. I will sell altogether, or divide to suit purchasers on accom modating terms. Apply on the premises or to the sub scriber at Lavergne, Tenneasee. au55-twArrtt: CHARLES L. KELSON. SPECIAL NOTICES, ALL HAIL ! t SOMETHING TOft 3IHE MILLI(fN.l Lit l'rofessor TVoodl's Hair Restorative . - We call the attention of all, old and young, to this won. derful preparation, which turns, back to its original color gray hair covers tae head ot -the baii with a laxnranl growth removes the dandruff, Itchingnd" all cutaneous erupt-ons causes a continual flow ot the natural tiuida ; and hence, if used m 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 use it : and surely, the young will not, as they value the flowing locks, or the witching curls, ever be without it. Ifs praise Is cpan the tongne of thoiuands: Waiietoex). ili3i. Julv 25. 1S5S. I'Bor. O. J. Wood: With confidence, dol recommend your Hair Restorative, oa being the most eilicacious article l ever taw. l have used the yvalobene and other prepa rations ol the day, all without effect. Since using your Hair Restorative, my hair and whiskers, wGich were al most white, hare gradually grown dark; and 1 now !eel confident, that a few more applications will rtstor them to ineir natural color, it also Has relieved me of all dandruu and unpltosant itching, to common among per. sons who perspire freely. J. GPKILliT. Noetb East PaxNsrLVAxu. March d. 1S55. Sm: In consequence of having hair, for several jeirs past, nuiuuiy gray ouiperiecuy wniie, i nave cut lltnort, and worn caps to hide it from view; but some three months since, 1 waj induced to use your Uir Restorative, and 1 must in iustice say. that it effect! wete almost miraculous; for it has changed it gradually to almost its former spleudor ui to color, slid leit it so soft and glossy "jwue iiioib oeauiuui tuan it ever was, wnen under ttid influence of the finest oil. I earnestly, therefore, tecom mend it to every lady as the best preparation tor toilet use, ui Buyimug ia uic wonu. uciox o&llilr. Paor. Wroon: Having experienced the magic effect of your Hair Restorative, 1 drop you this upon tho subject. auuu, iwu jicurs gd, mj uair cumuitiiced tailing cu ana turning gruy; I as fast becoming bald. 1 met a Iritnd who had uwd tour Restorative, and tioie so inhU of its virtues, I was induced to try it, allhous hi had nut lit tie faith, as 1 bad before tried so many otherrcmcdies. I somtnened using your Restorative m January lait. A few applications fastened my hair firmly. It began to till up, grow out, and turned back to its former color, (blaci.) mis nine, ns iuiiv reawreu to us original color, neaitn and appearance, and 1 cheerlully recommend its use to all. UUlcago, ill., ilay 1, 1804. J. V. HOES. (IlLroED, Worcester, co, Masi, Nov. 13, 1S54. Peof. O. J. Wood Dear Sir: 1 take pleasure in hear ngvoltintarv teitimony to the magic ellect i.f vour Won. deriul Hair lieatorative. As far back as It SO, uiy hair comuienced tailing off, until the top of my tcalp became bald aud smooib asglas, and it bal; coutiuued to fall for a great many j ears, notwitbsunding 1 have used many cde uraieu ureparjiioui. lor its rcsioratiou. ceeinir vour ud- vertiieuiunt. I was induced to irive tour article a tnal.aud o my utter astonishment, I fouud, -Iter a few applications, that my hair become u roily se', and assumed a elu3sr and beautilul appearance ; and by toe lime I had itieJ a quart ouitie, my oalu Head was covered "ver wtin. u vouug and vigorous grim Ih ot hair, which is now from one to two inches in length, and growing fast. 1 ours, truly, HENRY GOODRICH. N Yon, Oct 2. 1854 Prof. O. J. Woon Dear Sir: After uadine the udver- tLeuient in one of the, Ntw Y'orK journals, of your celebrat ed llair Restorative. I procured a- half-Dint bottle, aud was so much pleased with it, that 1 contiued its use for tw., mourns, and urn satnttied it is decidedly the best prepar. tton betore l.e public. Hat once removed all dauarutt' und unpleasant itching froJi the scalp, and bus re&tursd uiy nair natulan andl hare no doubt, permanently so. you nave permission to reler to mr, all who entertain any doubt iu perfoi ruing all that is claimed for it jii.-Si ! ti-tvS, 2r, 1.2 Ureenwicb Avenue. 1 have used Professor O. .1. YVood'g Hair Restorative. and have admired its wonderful effects. It restored my hair where it had fallen off: it cleans tbe head, and renders tbe hair ttoftand smooth much mores) than oil. Louisville, Nov. 1, 1;54, MARY A ATKINSON. Sold at 114 Market street. St. Louis. Mo Sit, liroad- way, New York, and by all Druggists, everywhere. All kinds of family piunt medicines tor sale on the best pos sible terms, at Prof. Wood's tatablishmeut, 114 Market street, St. Louis. ST Sold here wholesale and retail br Ewin-Brothers:. also, by all popular Druggists every here. jyua a in warn inside 3m TO THE PUBLIC OF THE UNITED STATES. AN advertisement of Mr. UDOLPHE WOLFE, lately published, as I suppoxe. Intended for the protection of nts bcnieuam Mnappn against counterfeiteri, hai couie under my observation, ami being engaged la the manufacture of Sibiedam fc'cnaptu, wrro I to let it nass without notice throned this meuium, I might ho conridcred among those he denominates ""irarea and Vcndtrt tf film;'1 but the ini- meiiKO tairona;eanil .uccenatuat has attenilrd tbe sale of tan article manufactured by me, and the opinion of compe tent judges as to Its qualiliea as a beverage and Hi medical virtues, precludes the possibility of the idea that I am in cluiieil anion; lhoo ho design.i to liap"fn. Ko doubt he feels aKjneved at llio depreciation of tne tale of hia Schnapps which is manifest to all, since mine hat boon brought in competition with his. Not only have I succeed In competl ling with him in quality, but tne enn slant and Increasing de mand of my article, lias enabled me lo furnish it at a lets price than he can, or doea say $2 00 In the dozen. And urtnennnre, ne win soon become aatlsaed that his caution o the citizens of tbe 'Southern aud Western States" will avail ti mi noihin' ailar as i am concerned, for the character of my Kchwdam ricnapps is too well established in those States, lobe injured by any such invidious publication. The motive of hbj alvertUemcnt Is obvious tn every one, and iccnni wen ibluuvu mai an pur.u missnes inrown at me ny him will fall harmless at my feet, 1 will here, for the satis faction of tho public, publish a copy of my Patent Ulght, en tered lu the Southern District of New York, on the iblll luv of December, lei!; ICopy or. Patent Bight-J SOUT11EEN D1S1KICTOPNEW VOKK.S. S. lie It remembered. That on the.twentv-elzhlh dav of Do cember, Anno Domini, le5t, ilarnard L. Simpson, of the said District, nam deposited In inn ncice tne title ora print or la bel, tho title of which Is In the wordt of the following, to-wil isarnard ii. Mnirtson's Aromatic (cnieaani Juniperntiapti superior Tonic AntL-Disuootlc luvicoratiuf Cordial." the right whereof he claims a.s author and proprietor, lai con oriuity with an act of Congress, entitled "An Act to amend he several Acts respecting copy rights OtU. VV. .UUKlU.l, Clerk of the Southern District of New York. And t Like pleasure on this occasion to tender hit sincere thanks to the pnblicin general, and to my IrUnds In particu lar, for the kiud llberalttr with which they have patronized mo from my commencement of this enterprise: and lassure them, that 1 shall continue lo provide them always with a genuine and suieridr article ol ctchiedam Schnapps. June ju, 'jj ly. H. 1.. liwrsu, I'. . 1 ho word Schiedam Schnapps it derived from a town In Holland, called " Skudam," which is celebrated as a place of extensive Juniper Plantations and numorous Dis. iituries ol tne above article. isverybodvliasihe rizlitand prlviieze to order the Juniper Kuract (a principal ingredient of the Schnapps) from that place. Dors it not appear now poor ami aeceiuui wnen u. w. is try inglo nuke a wrouc and untrue luipresMon on the l'ublic, ay in: tliat tbe word cliledam hcunapns belongs exclusively to his article, and that atl otnersare Counterfeits aud Impost turns? H. V . ha no monopnly. neltliermore right for tho solo Im portation of Schiedam Schnapps than anybody elso; and this poorargiimontwliiehlie intends to continue his long prarttard doccption on the public, kPows too plain that he feolsand is ow aware ol fi Important and dashing opposition. oetld 18.-.5 ly. B. L. S. LARGE S T O C OF K Wines, Liquors, etc.; etc- B. L. SIMPSON, (Ltli'OUTEK,) TTAS lbs pltasure of offering lo the Trade the largest I i ana must complete oiock ia uis tine ever in leuues see. My purpose is not to blow many gentlemen bavn look-, ed into my cellars, and pronounce them the hnest they have seen. To verity which, I most respectfully invite all deal ers visiting the city to examine the stock, which will be fuund'to embrace every article aud quality kept by the largest dealers in the North and East. Jiy stock is made up of the following popular brands: It It A.N DIES. CHAMPAIGN COtJMAG "CROWN," SAZEIIAC De FOROE, P. 11. (30DARD, PINET OAITIION A CO., RASTEAU CUARIiOYEIC, UNITET) PROPRIETORS' VINEYARD, PELLEVOISIN, 1IENNKSSY, E. OEANTY, OTARD, DUPUY A CO. (ariiujvintages,7 ' MAC LORY, J. J. DUPUY, POCHELLE, LO.ACK & CO. VLNES. CLARET, in casks and boxes, St. Julien, St. Estephe, Ch neanx Margcaux, etc, l'OK'f WINES. Duraud CrowD, Rurgundy Port, Port of Juice of Grape in boxes. CII.VMl'AHiNES. Charicts Heidsick (direct importations,) Crown lirand, Verieuay, Linn lirand. Double Lion, Flagand Star Brands MADEIRA WINES, different Old lirauda SHERRY WINE. TENNER1FFE WINE, MALAGA WINE, AMONT1LADO WINE. HOLLAND L. IN PIPES AND CASKS. SWAN BRAND, ENGINE URAND, AN( HOR do, FLOWER do, COMET do -Old HOLLAND do. SCHIEDAM HRAND.Supencr Quality. UUJI. JAMAICA RUM, OLD do. do.,Superior Quality, ST.CROIX do. OLD SCOTCH AND JKISH WHISKY, nr nit puNcnKox xsd tcio. SUN OKIES. It RANDY CHERRIES, EXTRACT d' AUSYN'TH. UITTEItS. different brands, CORDlAliJ Assorted, CURApAO, Etc, Etc. I am constantly leceiving new additions to my stock and am prepared to fill orders fur the foregoiu,; to any extent. I am ulso offering the Genuine SchieJanii Aromatic Schnapps, (tor which I have a patent) and can till orders for from one case to two thousand cases, .either Quarts or Pinta, at the shortest notice. To prompt customers, a liberal credit will be extended, or a liberal discount for cash will be made. II. L. SIMPSON, No. 4i Public Square, May 11 y. CbmmUsion Itrutt of , F Shuldt. WHE.Vl' AND JIACON. WE das'tre to purchase Wheat and Bacon, for which we will pay the highest Market value in cash. J29 t JOHNSON, HORNE & CO. iiirjrTimiPTHBeMarTirr 'wmy-twriwr-t-mimsuBajm NEW BOOKS - BOOKS AND -STATIONERY. ' ' HlGi BB.O., , iiO 31, JIAHKET ST., NASHVILLE, TEN.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS LS BOOKS AND STATIONERY-, ARE now receiving their .Fall, mnpiits Merchants, Teachers, and others areTe-pfeclf "iU invited to gie cur stock and piices an examination hef.re r.urcba;bcg angSt HARPER'S MAGAZINE TOR SM'fKMBKR, jT I received by lav,r?3J H V URu. aODEV'S LADlKVat.i f. ceived by ti- K ( t 1. 1 rr.tlllhi.. jUit ( Il U A-f A K'tti : LtUicruriticie. -lust liAGAN A HR. J received by TA3IES II lie J I ANA The Ltle und rubtis Ser. fji vices cf James ttu;hanan. By It, G. Morton For sab by IIAGAN A BflO, rpHE DEilOjRvTiO UAilPAlUN-SONGSTElt, just JL reeeiteJ by ...... . HAGAN A HRu. PICKWICK' PAt'EK-JUyChirlis. Dtckena-neV eai lion illustrated, For sale hi ' aog23 ; IIAGAN A PRO. EOBERT GRAUAM. By t aiolirie l.ee Uenlx. New edition OLD 00MIXI0N." A Novel-r-b7 O F R James. Forsale by ' ' HAGAS HRT HO.V TO lib' RICH , UltAlvKV lO WEALTH a practical guide to mea of alt pr ifitaicni For -Jd bv auggS) HAGAS A HHP LE'lTJJlC AMI CA1 r'.vl'r.K. OMR THOUSAND REAMS asserted ruled Letter nd Cap paper, iust received and f r flile at the tr.est prices by jteptSj F IIAGAN .,11UU COJMlEUCI l. ftOPE PAI'KR, OIVE HUNDRED REAMS arent variety j-jst received JL by sept C UAGAN A BltO. Matkt sti.-.- ItONNh't' ltOAt(M. TT'IFTY gross Illtn Bonnet ll.iarJj, 1? 10 do White do ; a fine artiiL-juat re cetted by UAUl.v i lilili., septfi Market street Tiiojtiyso:V& co., TALI. ANI.AVJNTi;it 3EY GO OSS. 185(. V ritilOlI'SON & rO.,ari now upeniritfA lsrn im.l riet A. assortment of FALL AM) lil.Ml.l: fii.V tlu n.- We would a-k particular atleut oi. t .mr M-v it.., tvnith it being composed of every lan.i; nw add dc-i. .,! h l,d found lu the Eastern markrt., wlitcti vear disicrualiirsl u sell as cheap any bouae In thecily All ots isan to Inatton ofourStoek lo prove it. We tahr reat flasiiretn mowing our goons. S1K.. We .have a large lot of Silks on hand. vrvin rr in CO !'. tieryoro to siuu per paueru J ueauirut ime. I mies at si per jar l, wntclrwo cut li, any qnanlly tsu t purchasers: Sr-LKNDID FhOC.NuKll ail.iai. i!r..ea.le Houpce, .. iSkllll OO Ja.(i.k do .. -. Veliet very due, .. . f-.f pv.-niMtt sery hand same and new; stripe and plaM Mlfctof .iu aunts and qua!l- lies; plain anu rept nx, aucoinrs, niaeu miKsi.i all Kinds fjaftiiiucru :iiiu iiei.ai lies. Our Stock of Woolen Dress Goods e in bra e,ever thing in thHllie. Pliin and flt-iired Det-iin'. in any q unlit,. Plaiu Caahmeres, all kinds. Plain Merinn,&!i kin.i.; Palm Merino., all kinds. Rich Ca-fimrre natlerus for Kobe. Wool Plaids, of all kinds. Uanibaziue; Alpaceas; Paramethas;Tamese Cloths and Mourning Goods of ali kinds laice l.oods, IVo would call the attention ol the Ladiis to our Stock nf Lire. Goods, in il tbey will dad tomelhui? lo hleao them 111 pneo and taste. rine ai. i-ace t-enenne ocautuui ariicie; New stjle Lace Bershe very Hue; JS'ew sty le Va.l Lace Capet; New style Vat. l-ace Sells very Sue and entirely new ; New style Point Lace, do. Sew style BlaekThread Lace Sells very desitablr, .. .. Lace Collars; .. .. Trimmed, lo; .. .. .. Handkerehiels; Very rich Poiul Lace Bridal Veiis: Handkerchiefs, Ac, in match. Yal. Lace; Point Lace; Superfine Lace, and real Thread Lace; a large assortment always on baud. i.miirniticries. New Style Embroidered -Muslin Setts, .. .. .. Collars, Handkerchiefs, Embroidered Skirts, Embroolered dresses job. Jaconet aud Swiss Trimmings a large lot, .. .. Flouucings a largo lot, Linen Edgings and Insertings, Embroidered Muslin Caps new and cheap, .. Caps new aud beautiful, for the ItabiL-h. Rich Embroidered Silk Hats new and beautiful, .. Alerinoflats new and beautiful, Bonnets .. .. Silk Doiineu Fine Embroidered Merino Cloaks, .." .. .. Blanket'. Embroidered bodies and baby dresses of alt kinds. Fine Embroidered Muslin and Lace trimmed Caps. These things are very desirable, being new and cheap. Kibboii!.. Onr slock of Ribbons Is very large and well assorted Men Moire Antique Ribbon, .. Brocade Kibbon. .. Jaspa Stripe Clbbon, .. Plaid ribbon, Plain Iflbbons of all kinds, and rich Stall Ribbons. (Moults anil Miuwls. We have now in store a large b.tof new stila Cloaks. aiso Shawls andSearls, of every description: men tenet satmas, .. Cloaks shawl pattern, new, .. Cloth cloaks new, .. Plush cloaks very-new, Very Fine BroebeSliawls, .. .. Stella Bordered Shawls, .. Plush shawls new, .. Bay State plaid shawlls all Kinds, Gentlemen'stravelingrhawN, Ladies' traveling shawls. .c-ii tu-iueii's Wear. Rich French Cassiiucres new style, .. Stripied CassiAieres new style, Plain and Plaid casslraeres, of all kinds, - , Black French Cassinierts, Cloth, Bine French Cloth, liieh Velvet Vest patterns, .. uncut ItiehSilk vest patterns -black and fancy, Kirh Caihmera veslp&tterns,' All kinds of Boys' wear. Gentlemen's undor-w ear. Hiding Closes, Drt-ss Gloves,elc, ric iittives si n u Hosiery. Indies', .Gentlemen's and Child reus' Gluvis in great va. riety. Alexandre s iiu uinvea; i.uck .kin iiiores, Casbmere and Silk Gloves, plush lined, Aleiandro Silk (plain) and Itaglan Gloves, Lisle iierlin Gloves, lined and unlined, 'taffeta, Plusb lined, l.lures, etc., etc. Black nnd Pearl Silk, and Flesh colored Hose, Haw Silkllose, Plush lined and plain, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Alparca Ilosu, Children's Fancyand Plain Wool Hose, of all kinds. CurtiiiiiH anI Curtain ITIttterialt. Elegant Lace and Embroidered Muslin Curtains, Biubroidered Muslin for Curtains, by the piere, Kiel. Satin and German Ilamask,all color, and L.uds. GimpTas-els, Loops and Cornice, to match. Carpet. In this line we Intend t.i eicel by keenine the lirzest slock in thecily, and selling at reasonable prices. Ilavinr. a largo slock on hand, anil being desirous of eelling as many as pos sible before removinglo our new house, wo think It would be to the advantage of those wishing to purcbaso Carpets to lake a look atour slock before purchasing elsewhere. Kich Velvet carpets, nner taan usually orougni in tins market, nicn mussels anc i npestry i arrets, 3 ply English and American Carpets, Ingrain Carpets, of all kinds, Cheap Carpets, n( everv description. Fine Mosaic, Velvet and Brussels It ngs, Deor and Parlor Mats, in great varlely . JJoutcstic una House Furnishing- floods. Beantifhl Froneh Chintz, all qualili, English aud American Chintz, sll qualitirs, English and American Prints, In great variety, Mallard Vale Flannel, soniothingthatwill nolsbrink, Welsh and French Flannels, wry fl'ie, Opera Flannels, all colors. Bay State Flann, Is, white (treat job.) Linen Table Diaper, all Minis, Damask Table Chubs and .Napkins, ColoredTableClotb, and Napkins tn ma'cb, Russia Sheeting,,all qualities, Knssia and HuekabnckToweling, Fine Dfmask Towels. ' We have on hand a large stock of Staple Goods of every escriptloii. sep C 21 Public Square. W1TSON u cooks:. JiSrEax. tyiiv, Late of Oaioikro 'finn. sAwoawicaDsntLu COOKE, BAILEY & CO., WnOHSiLK DZlLtKSJ If BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAl'S, IIONNETS; VC, ArC. SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE NAS VILLE, TENN., 3XTo. 4- WE are now arranging for sale our FIST STOCK of ' the above Goods, which, lnvirrr been carefully se lected, and purchased upon the most favorable terms, will be found well worth the attention of Merchants. We invite an inspection of Ibis Stock, confidently be ievin? that we can idd1v Ihose who may favor us wnh their trade, with handsome aud durable Goods at such prices as will enable them to compete successfully mth Merchants who purchase at Philadelphia. fif" Our term of credit is six months In nlialle dtaltrt;, and we will make a liberal discount to Cask huytn aug22 d2tu, COOKE, BAIIJ-.i' A CO. NEW FALL ANU WLNTEK GOODS. ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO., No. '11 l'ublfc Square. WE would inform ourcustnuiers and Ihe trade generally, that we now have inStoroand ready for sale a very largs'and desirable stock of FOItblGN AND DOMESTIC VKY GOODS, and RriADV MADE CLOTHING, wilted to the Fall and Winter trade, and which they are disposed to tell at at mall advance. Our present stock will be found much larger than usual, embracing a flue assortment of gentlemen's Wearand Ladles' DUCbS GOODS, surpassing both tn quality and brilliancy of style and patterns anf of our former stocks. Our linn of White Goods,ttmbrolderies,ltibbons, Lacd, Trimmings, Ar., Will also be found equally large and attractive. Our Stock of READY MAuE CLOTHING is unusually large and well adapted tn the approaching season, and harms paid particular attention to tho getting up of this articls, we are prepared to offer inducements to those dealing in it. We therefore solicit a call from Merchants visiting our market, and thai! lake pleasure In eihihiting to them onr stock and price. ALLISON, ANDERSON, & CO. ang23-2m Prof. A. FKISE, G0NTINUE3 to give lesson in French, to Ladies at their own resideuce, and to Gentlemen either in their own bouse or in hia rooms. Thoje that wish to en gage him for the next se8i0n, are requested tn call early (that the classes, might be formed) at No. 6, Vine street, between the hours of 9 and 10. A. M., and2 to t, P.M. auglS ow NEW PUBLICATIONS. rExr-Uviosts for stujuvse.eakkrs' AND YOUNG POLITICIANS. Webster's Life an i Speech i. - Calhocu'a Life and Speeches. Ola' Life and Speeches. Clay's Private Correspondence. ' " . Memoirs cf S. S. Prentice. Garland's lid of John RaadslpV Ad inn' Life of Madisys sad Monroe. Secretary Legare'a Memoirs pd Workj.tr Life and Ltturj of Joserh'StoryT '' i s- Critic il and Jliscellane.ttu Essag, by' Ar 'IL Et'eret) Sparks' Lif of Washington. 1 r Sputj' Lifaof Frankiin. ""'':. Ftanderi' Lives of the Chief Jnjlice4 ' ; . Renttn'a Thirty Yjar in tha United State Senate. Po-ellV Living Authors cl America. IlorLin' L ra i f James Buchamn logersoU'n History of tljs War of 1312 and '15. Paocroft'iDiytjryot lha United States. Pickett's New y hf pier in the Life of Washington. Caup Fires of th AairieauReto!utioa. Parly Leiieri JetTsrson, Hamiltrn, Jackson, etc. Maxims ot Washington Political, Sjcial, etc.. The Day Star of American Freedom A Voice to America its Glory, orits FalL Whitney's Defence of the American Policy. ' Rpubliraa Landmarks, by Jobn P. Sanderson. Patud'd CsiiiimoaSensjand Rights f Mm. iti.sttiry rt the Constitution" of tbe United States, by L'nrtii. St.,ry on tho Constitution and tbe Bible, and Psalms. For mis by uugil ' . JOHN YORK A CO. t.OLti 1EN. JOHN YORK A CO, hive just received anewsnpply ot the best Gold Pens in this market. ang 21 HALTER'S MAGAZINE For Scptembrr," received by augil if JOHN YORK & CO. JOHN OltIt A CO. Hisjuit received Putnam's Monthly tor September; ,IloJfelioldWo-dj lor Ssptember ; and The School Fellow for September. " r-ept 2 SCHOOL HOOKS. ' John Yolk. A Cu., tuve j ist received a complete assort. inent i-( (;t usical Common School Books, which they offer -for s tie t heap. sept 2 PILES! PILES!. PILES! Tllti UiriILKT.7 INTlttCriDLC EI3HSSE, OP IVEaT TOUI AND is irvuir avtof, t.URED ItY rXtERNAI. APPLICATION ONLY IIt. C.vVA?JAI'fJII'S PILE SiLVE 1 I i.l. never tail t. firing in.mediota relief, and posi- Vt iirelr curi if Ua .rni uj mr.3r obstinate cases of Ueuifln holds nr Piles Ills tho ONLY lNl-ALLIULS RfeliEDT KNOWN hcieiireUewlisre f.rttie 'lies, nd is the result of years Of p-iiieot Mudr and intestigihou Siiilrfera from Piles now ban a remedy at band which Will STAND THE TE3T OF TRIAL, without a fear id failure un its part; to do all the'proprietoi claims for it. Full di'ectioiis accompanying each box ; and ail that is itquotto la sti icily to i.baerre them, and a euro is certain to toiiow. Dr T IL Cwas'iLGii, (Present.) Dear Sr. W hen 1 arrived in the city a few days ago. I was sutlering ioteasely wnh the pdes. I mentioned my c .ndtti n to you, asking vouradvica. Yon recommended vour Pile Sal re sai ing it would cure me. I tried it the etfeci was immediate, and I am now well. I believe it to be. us it proved in my ca: e, an invaluable remedy, and a sura cure tor that disease, the Piles, and as such recom mend it to others. Yours tiuly, JOHN W. HANSON, ofSt. Lonis, Mo. Tif" Price ft per bor. For sale in Nashville br Ewin En. .Wholesale Agents, and by Drnggistg and Dealers gene.-ally. Dr. T, ii, Ci VA.AiJuii, aoie rropnetor, auj31 -ly inside St. Louiy. Mo. FAIRFIELD VILLAGE. FIRST FALL SA.LE OF 185G. VE moa earnestly call public attention to our sale in this most beautiful Addition, to come off on the premises, on TiiuissuAi, tub urn ur-BErifcaiuKii. FahiFisld YiLnat is that pottion of the LandVof Mai Wui B LetvK adjoining the city of Nashville, and Eait or the Lebanon 'i urnpike, a.so adj lining tha Toll Gate. Tbe Ground is laid olTon the Turnpike into fifty-foot Lota, 17o feet deep, w th 2u foot Alleys. There is a Tier of la.ts ot similar stze, on a street parallel to tne 1 umpire Tbe residue of tbe Ground is laid off into Lota from two lo lire acres. These gmunds are free from the heavy city taxes, are all of fine soil, all handsomely situated, many of them covered with noble forest trees, and well worthy the attention of all who with comfortable and quiet homes. The lots to be sold by tbe Acre are most admi-ably silu rited lor Suburban Residences, Pleasure and Market Gar dens, Nurseries, Ac. rZff Call at our ollice, get plots of the ground, go and examine tnem, and attend our sale. Tbey will be sold on our usual most libcral Tskus. On a credit ot one. two. three, four and tire years, for Notes bearing interest, the two Bret satisfactorily endors ed, und a lien retained for the payment ot all. Sale at 11 o'clock, A. M. Omnibue as usual. Lift Da Lei I CH.Uun..H, S3 College street. K R. Glascxk, Auctioneer. :T" Lebanon Turnpike is now tbe most prominent Turnpike Lading into the city. Some of these Lots wcnld mate good business stands, and being beyond tbe city limits, no city Liceusa is required, which, with the other city taxes, would make an item in a man's savings. fepts id. M AtJNI E1CENT FARMS FOR SALE. rnA ACRES of superior Land, being the remaining half ijJJ of the llermittee tract, situated about 11 miles from Nashville, near the Lebanon Pike, about 200 acres finely tint- uerrd,soseral excellent springs, negro cabins, cotton gin, nr. Ac. Theahovo is one of the most desirable and va'uabia farms in Ihe State, and will be sold on tbe most liberal terms. ALSO, a splendid farm of 1200 acres, aboolJ); miles from Snellmound Depot, on the N. & C.R. Kon the east side of Sequatchie Valley, about half superior , alley land, 450 acres eleated, a portion well sett in clover, a comfortable frame dwcllinguf S rooms, a creat many-negro cabins, cotton gin and other improvements necessary to a first class farm. terras unusually- liberal, can immediately on J. L. & K. W. BROWN, ai gJS-tm 41X Cherry H. EXECUTOR'S SALE. ON tho 2.11a day of September, 1833, 1 will tell at public aalo. on the D remises of the late Col. James W. Smith, of Beech Hill, In Jackson county, Tennessee, all tbe stock of horses, mules, Jennets, caitle, sheep and hogs, not devised &way in his last will and testament; tbe erop of tobacco, If ready fer sale; from one to three huiidred barrels of coin, and oilier jtonioiw ot inecropon nana;auorary oi uf orujvois. of hooks; a surveyor's compass, with all perishable article not disposed of iu the will. A crrdit of 12 months will he given on all sums over $5, forall Mini, of tS and under, cash. Sale lo continue the day following if not all sold tbe first day. Notes with two un doiiblhdsecuriticswllt be required in alt cases or Ihe pur chases. TOM SMITH, Exeeutor of James W. Smith, dee'd. aus'2i d Ul-w w 3t UiCaTTaNIi .vruiMIENTAL TIHTItifV. j)Ut)K, DeCIEVIEL begt leave to notify his friends and patrons that lie reruuie.i his professional services tbe Hltbr OK SEPTEMBER or it. P-rties wishing to ob. bin convenient hour toreceivo instruction accokDixq to th. MCTiion oa ststih or Ttii Itxuut Sch6ols, for Ibe llutp , Piano rorie.Guttar. MelMlrun, preparatory to tb Organ, .singirg. Ac. will ple-an" apply a week before the limn t pecitied, uhrngagemeniM most nc h ads and will be cuABiiin fob from the first of the month. lf An elegant Se-ni-t, rand Harp, in good order, lor s iU Price fio i, nt 1 175. May be seen at Mr. McClure's Music Store, Union sirtet, or apply to uugl!, 8twU PHOF. DiCOiSlEL, liesidnce. dlitf Cottage. Capiud Sqtnre. DEATi.VI It . 'A,T Y friendsand the publicare informed that O.IJ. I can at all tin.es be found a I my office to watt un all bo may riquiru my profes sional services: hcinc nosse-ed of all the Imnroved modes ir inserting aillflclal teeth, I will insert paitial or full setts of leetli on Cold, Platinaor (jutta Perclia bae,at the case may require, or the prelerecceof tbe utient may Indicate. L T. GUiN, aug2J im No. 6 N.Cherry st. John Biimage, " NO. 42 COLLEGE tfTREET, HAS this day received a lotNa. 1 Sola Leather Trunks, large size. Also a superior lot of Valices, Bonnet Boxes, Carpel Bags, Black Leather Travelling Bags, Ac aug 1.1 rOJt lllKK. A LIKELY negro Boy about i years old wonld make an excellent hnu-e f errant. If deiired I will hire said boy for a term of years to any responsible Carpenter or Plasterer. Apply to R. W. BROWN, septs Iw Cherry street MK.Bril. COOKE, HAYING taken an-nleieat in our business, we will not hereatler hold any regular Auction Sates. Th tyie of onr tirui remaining the sumo Nasaviu.1, Ang. 1, 1850. 1RBY MORGAN A CO. P. S We bave removed to our new Store, No. 7 Pub lic Square, where we are niieiuug a new and bandsorre stock of Fall and Winter (ood ', lo which we invite the at. tention of -Merchant, generally. fang!3 RUNAWAY IpROM tbe subscriber on the Ist day of Jnly a negro Boy, named UEN'RY, of copper color, 5 feet 4 inches high, IS yearn old, and weighs about 180 pounds. He was ratted in r.nst Tennessee, ue&r McMinnville. He will probably make his way back there. I bought him from Mr. Terry or East Tennessee. I will givs ten dollars if he is cangbt in my neighborhood, twenty-Sre dollars ii taken out of the cuunly, or fifty dollars if he gets to East Tennessee. When taken, he is to be delivered to me, or ccntinej so that I can get him. DAVID M. ALLEN", jyC Seven miles sonlh of Nashville, Tenn. TO THE CONSUMERS OF CORN MEAL IN i AS II VILLE. I HAVE started a Mill in tbe city, and will keep on J hand, fresh Meal, at No. 107, South Summer street ll orders attended to, and will sell at the lowest cash price, and will deliver to customer m w m i-o city. , W. CARD WELL, marl! ;-tf Agent. WANTED. I7IVE HUNDRED NATIVE EWE GOATS WANTED, 2 for which wo willpay tbe highest prices. Larg white ones preferred. Delivered in Gallatin. . R. WILLIAMSON, ang2I lmdtri wAw. Agant of Sumner Cashmere Co. ARPEK FOR AUUUST, JUST KtCtlVcD BY jjS3 ' HAGAN & BRO. ? GOOD MEDICINES H. R. H, Important TTjs-volatiaM- .. . A G HEAT PUlaiCAL LAW. t Posseislng tho mosUmporuut influence over tJlo hesifjt ' s Ihe body, has been entirety overlooked 'and V- neglected by the Medical Faculty. -p woxniirur-rowi or thi s. a. a. i:xn in xnriaa , tot. odt iiiaLTar.to.rat vmowratw. EQUALIZE THE CIRCULATION RKQULATS TUE SYSTEiL CHAPTER 1T ' ' Eqaallrlng the etrcalatton the trao method of preventing the establishment of disease regnlaaon the only meant of parif ylnj the blood and restoring the sick to health nntrV ffinurv of Kadwav's Keadv Relief and Radwav'n Regulators, In caring the patient of coughs, congottioos,; rhaumatltm- pneumonia, tore, throat, lnCatnatlonl, lever and ague. bUUous remittent ahJ latermrtunt, tearlet, typhus, chifres, and' all conUglous and non-conujrlont fevers. The.posltlve vtrtaesof Had way ' Renovating KKsolvenUta restoring tha Consumptive to Health, and aecolng Bronchitis, Asthma, bad PMdaehe and Dyspepsia. HOW DISEASP-n mni envvs STABLISHED AND THE BLOOOIMFDBK. A great error uu looc ih.imim u. Minaj of medical jnen,4 That Impurity ot the buxid lathe caasa ordlseajea action." This U a toriout mis lata. It U a duturbance of the circulauon, and the establijhmw v( diseased, action that causes Impurity of the blood. Tha rt.K. K. theory holds lha truth ot theanova maxlmt, for If a person" be tn a stats of perfect health, each artery and vein must carry to and from the heart It allotted por tion of blood, and when any set ot vessels rotate (be th cause what It may) to carry their proportion, the currant of blood becomes dammed up; li other woids, a congestion takes place, giving pain to a greater or less utent. Here, then, Is the beginning of diseased action, which, IX not re lieved, will toon run Into Inflammation, and the disease become established. Diseased action being once established, the blood become Impure, and t.e regularity ot action Oa the part of the liver, siln, bowels, die., It sure to be Inter rupted, and tha general system, by sympathising with the' local complaint, becomes Involved In the difficulty. That this ft the true tute or the case, let any one call to mind hi tymptomt on catching cold. Tha local dlCcoliy mar tm. a tore throat, wblcn Is a congestion of the blood, amouullag ometlniet to an inflammation aboutthe throat, owing to. previous deranged stale of the circulation; and he wtrl re member tbat hit bowels become cos lire, hi Uwrderaured or bb skin dry and fevertah, his bead stopped up, pains and aches In hi bones, Joints, down the back, head aches, dis charge ot water from the eye and note, with many oihet unpleasant and painful tymptomt. Had he rued headway's Ready Kellef wben the congestion wa setting In, asanas ltezUon to the throat, and swallowed a dote of the Kega -tors, he would bave broken up the congestion, and re stored the regularity oa the part of the liver, akin, bowele. Ac, which had been brokeu la apoq by the elect f the sore throat. Regularity being again established, the Imparl, blood 1 toon purtaed,and the circulation again eqoalued and the health restored RADWAY'S REGULATOBS Possess this great power of tUUAUZtNG THE CIHC0LAT1ON. And regulating all the organ of the body to a natural and healthy action. Kadway' Kegnlator potseti properties that alt other mis arodeflcltml ln,andssj-ethe only pills In use that can be taken for any length of lime without weakening the sit tern. They always leave the syslam in a healthy condition; th liver, bowelt, heart, pancreas, kidney and akin rerular. and ready to discharge their several function without re course to unnatural mean. Every dose of Kadway't Regulators tbat are taken will infuse new life, fresh strengta, and sound health, to the weak: and feeble body. ' AS A FAMILY PHYSIC, one or two of Radway' Uegulators will answer a better purpose than cajior oil, common pills, blue pills. Le,'. or Bilious pilU, or any other talharUc, bilious, dnaili rlt. tives, sails, or senate. The UegnUlora will quickly onen the bowels, fore a natural passage, and will leave the whole iTttem In a healthy ttate. PA LSHY KUKUMATISM. How tbe R. R. R. Remedies raised Mr. Sarah A. Hough irom a crippieu ana neipies conaiuon to sound health after tbe skill of tour of the most learned physician In Dew York had failed lo relieve her, Dr. Parker. Ems Wardle, and Maclelan. ' ' KEAU HER LETTER. Jsonir, 1 lOSJt Messrs. Kadway & Co. I tried your Keady Eelif and had myjolnts rubbed with it, and I never felt pain alter the first ten minutes 1 was rubbed with It up to the present time .sir,. 1 do no tknow wbat La comnare utAhnt..k . - ' It 1 a mystery tome. 1 was a cripple for two year, and had down to a tkefeton. I then commenced the me orTH Ready Belief, Keolvent,aod Keguulor. Ine pain left me city, I cannot now remember. 1 waa completely pulled" to piece by theut. My constitution was completelii. brokso up with medicines mat did rue nogood. I could not put a foot to the ground nor nick una bin- I wu liio. .nA . rled up and down stair like an infant ; aud now thank. God! by tha ate of jour remedies, 1 am aaslrongi, ever. 1 had the common rheumatism Inflammatory and chrotlo -and the palsy. You can publish this. If you lit. aaiuti jt. HOUGI1, w 24 lifilh St., between the 7th and 6th avenae,S. Y. December S5lh, ISSo. CRIPPLED WITll INFIR MITIES. December 31t,I353. WALKKD WITH KASKT jbptha Gardiner AsorerefaU; Injury of the knee pan -, BxcrutlatDnr naJn. Tlm.lv ..rival Knr.M.fnl Mffli-.-o e o - i SeTierl ' ' -"I' ed Dresdan, Weakly Ce.,Teniu, Dc.3I. I8S3. I.Jeptba Gardinier.ol thsmtxive place. Co nnhn-iTTr-. for many year I have been afflicted whh Eiumvi.J rtrf on the evening of December 2uth, lesi, whu. walklnaTin my yard, Ifell with great violence on the lc, bruisinritiB knee pan very badly. I further eertifjr, that on the above dayMr.Johl J. lienedtel, a travelling agent of Had war at Co arrived at this place, and bearing or. riy beavv tail and the terriblo complaint that afflicted me, recommended ml ,.r.r,l U..I...I. UnV H.tl.1 v.l.1.1, I .IU """""Ma lit tv -t k w j . . i . uiu, ana la a verv bort lime the pain erased, the swelling abated ajd I am now able to walk without the use of ay cane, free rmrT naln. I have tried ureral other remedies, bnt rv.J relieC lu cases of extreme palu.Radwav't Hmri -:.'." far preferable to all other mined,.,. If any onedoubt the or write to me at Dresden, leun.,and I will give th. o,il Information. JEKHIA r;l ,.r.,T?..,BU For year Mr. Gardlnierbad uflereJ tbe tor to r in i raaTr, ofRheumaUsm. He onable to wait wlthoutthe aid ol a tuck, un the S9th of December he first tried the uZ R Belief. Ou the 31st he could walkwithoulaidand fr. riZ rr..tt uKncmi.rInrl.ri k., "trom, t"""- . nuuea mink of thi FEVER ANDACUE. Kadway' Heady Kellef and Kadwav's If... -,!.... posiuve curative lor Ague and Fever. Let those afflieted Uke from two to five of Kadway' Regulators everv nfehr and a tea spoonful of Heady Keller In water, on risfnln 5, ..I... .nrllalra nnrtne ihn .(.. I. ',.. '"""ginUie uiui.iiiM j u.o win toon free the system irom the poison ol ague. " t i i If W If rlfm..l i. r.iln.. ., . . uun is - - - " lv v"uumpuvea to neilth .Inn. tha nfansof itimr.hMl, ntr-or. k . . throat, cure asthma, brouchiU, chronic eoagn. tad .n disease and complaint of the taroat, lung and etestl rersous ruv ..d.vvwu nuumcu wiiacnronlekore throat tuoercies iu mi luugs, "ifuwnii, or glandular affwitnn.. are Informed that the K. K. K. Ken.di5. win cure ih.m if these terrible disease on the tame principle. Let u,B UeiiV Kellef be applied externally on the cheat and around tni throat. This will effect an Important and wenderfullvbn- -fi-i.t ro.nIL II will HI nn i rvw..n.l V" oree, and withdraw from the glands of the throat all eon? raited blood. that may Interfere wi h the Paiswn troubled with asthma, hard and diflloiii hitZ- harp pain when Uking a long breath, wIU Med u Imaettu aie ieii .o .jij.iiluhil o, uajvij., iteady fieltf In case where the lungs are diseased, we gire kidwat'a H .nlvMn t. The action of this maaleln. .ni... .ZZ...I " f," eased drpoit. It beat sll ulcers, and remove tubercles We bave known persons, who-had no Idea of ever rtsliie from a tick bed, to be restored lo toucd health with not a particle or onsumplive material to their hudjrs w hasten urjwj. " j - -- ... .c.n, exses. Keen tae y tern regular, and eqoaliza the circulauon of the blood. THE ROYALTOUCH. How the R. If. nesoiveut cured the King's JJvlI, afleg a e0B. gress oi crownea uiunaixuaiaueo. so restore tha supplicant to health. . THE FIRSTSfCN. The presence of pimple, blotches, pastaIes.totter. raah. . little tores, nainful Itching, hot flushes. &erv.n.. i.i cations of tbe presence of foreign and impure humors tn the system, and if allowed to mlnglo with the blood aud remain In thesyslem,eorrnplfngthhiood and filling the aewersof lhatrodv with imnuritres. sores and nt..ra w.ii, i. . v v j ------- r v. ST AI tleiv& Ulssa and cover tne body with their repulsive presence. Tbe thin, under these poisonous Influences, become an eruptive volcano, exhibiting to the eye the disgusting Uvt of disease In the form of salt, rheum, caacora, nicer, fever tores, putrid flesh, king' evil, and the most nizulfal emo tions of the skin. r Kadway' Keady Resolvent has cured the most terrible Of skin disease and humor. Il will never faU la tha want caset. LARGE HOLES IN THE NECK. An Emigrant called noon us a few month, .in., .i.i.i been troubled with the disease called King's KvllJ Be had two sery large hole In his neck, and bb head, body and legs were covered with the most disgusting and sickening ores We Immediately placed blra under the Influence oi the Resolvent. In six week from the Ura he called upon us every tore wa healed. Not Oven a sore w left uDOn hla body to remlrvdhtm of the King' Evil. "" Thi man, nke thousand ol other deluded person, had thrown hiinscir prostrated before two Emperors, four Kings, and one Uuoen,to be touched by the lingers of Royalty, be lieving that the band of their "most sacred maliitie. would drive away the evil." The Renovating Resolvent ud more power lu restoring- this Door drludr-.l t-iirr. nr. cruel disease to a sound condition of body, tiia 11 the' BOILS CORED BYK R. RESOLVENT. . Lima, Indiana, Dec.13.18S5. Mestr. Radway & Co.,Chemlst, N.Y, Send me two dozen of K.K. Resolvent. I have been orely afflicted with boil. 1 have been tormented with these disagreeable ex crescence for more than two years. I tried all kind of medicines without effect. I commented the Resolvent. One bottle cured me entirely. I bavetinceieeommended It to others. Yours truly, K.C.WK1GBT. ,. . , 162. Fulton Ueet,Nw York. Sold by Druggists, Merchants, and Store keeper everr where. Wheat! Wheat! WANTED to flit an order of On Hundred Thousand Bushels of Prime WHEAT, delivered at onr Ware house in Nashville, for which we trill par the market price. We have on hand a large quantity cf bags to furnish those delivering the Wheat. jnnegg IT. H. TRENCH SON- UNIVERSITY OK NASUVILLE. Medical Department, THE Sixth Annual Coarse of Lectures in this Institu tion will commence on Monday, the Sd of November. A full preliminary course, free to all students, will be given by the Professors, commencing o a the first Monday of October. Professors' Fees, $105; Matriculation Fee, f5; Practi cal Anatomy, $10; Graduation Fee, 25. For Catalogue anJ Announcement apply to PAUL F. EVE, It D.. Deaaot the Faculty. UNDER GRADUATE DEPART3IENT (WESTJSRN MILITARY INSTITUTE.) THE next session or this College will open on Monday, September 8. The Classical Court is full, and every facility is atTorded to stndents in Scientific Branches. A Preparatory School is attached, embracing a course of two years. The Military system is adopted as an effectual means of preserving good order, economy, regular habit and active bodily exercise. Charge for Tuition t Boarding $100 per term of twenty weeks. Sorgeriflfj 15. Engineering. French, Spanish, Oennan,,'jjTeBf' Book-Kceping, and Fencing, each 10 per terr ' week- . -d wila 389 Thelaat session of the Medical College Stateev 7 Matricultnta and 85 Graduates, fror&th'jij. with 154 Military College closed its fir: year (aogna and Beimla Matriculants from 14 States, lor" s ttons, apply to JN, Saperlntsndcnt. axw JUUtrT Na&hTille.Jaljr 2r,18iv in teo minutes, anu i oegan te gam strength very faUand could walk with ease In a few week. Before 1 heard of your remedten 1 was taken to Dr. Parker, Dr. Keete Dr Wardle. Dr. Maclelan. and many outer rhviri.. '.nT MtStS