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- iimiMiim ii i .1 i ir Tl- i " ' -lM"l"llll-" - -H """ r ERie NASHVILLE, TENN. SAT UK DAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 185C. NO, 330. vol: xxvh Hft If" a. UNION AND AMERICAiS . 07? ICE-COBNIB CHPIMj2LiHtTREETS TBii WEEKLY UNION AND AM-ttlOA.N i furnished , -r-r.,- ct s oo nrrsnaam In advance The TRi-WEEKLY ipbliaed,.ver7 Tncaday, Jtursday end Saturday, at t5 0) poraauura, in advanw; if not paid in advance, 18 00. Tho DAILY is pabli-hed at Eight Dollar, TTHE MONEY. IN ALL CASES, TO ACCOMPANY !3lIBSCRL?TIOJlS.il ESemittxncc- of e-bicriptioni ma-be made by mail at our risk- So piper Rill be Bent out of the Stats unless the order ii accompanied with tho caau. ST We Tnth.it distinctly understood that no papar will be discontinued until allarre&rages are paid,' except at the oplion ef the publishers. NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. SO. 4 SOUTH VINE STREET. NASHVILLE, TESN. TxronpoEATxn 1855. r JHIS Institution will open en the Seconda X Monday in ipter.ber next, ineiysie of instruction adopted for this Academy! crroprissa five department', viz: Prosary, . . Freshman, Sophomore. Junior and Senior, to wbichis ad ded Normal Department, designed for those who intend to adopt ilnsic s a profession. Popila received at any time, and charged from the time they enter to the dose ol the Session. . , . . , The Academic year is divived into two Sessions- l he one commencinu cn the flrst Monday m February end olosiBg on tbs third Fndav in Jnae. S TERMS FEB SESSION r Primary Deprtnnt, J20 Jcnior Department, i85 Freahm.n " 26teicr 40 Sophomore no Normal " 60 XTEAB. Private instructions on the Piano or Guitar, (tw o lessons a week,) per session, 180 Do do do on the Harp, do do 45 Do da do in Vocalisation,' Italian style, do 40 Instructions to Gentlemen on the Ytdin orFInte,(two eve. nines in the week, ?I5 rgr for further particulars, apply to the Principal. nilO-2m CHARLES HESS. " f.'RAEFKNREKG VEGETAULE PILLS. 'T1HESE celebrated Pills are In general use Ihrooghoutthe J. whole West, abont 100,000 boxes are sold annually In Tennessee. , ... They arelnvaluableln the following diseases, all of which proceed from alloningthe Digestive organs to remain out or of the Stomach; Jaundice; Iiillious Complaints; Fevers; '.Vent of Appetite; Costivene; Cramps and Chollc; Sight-mare; BowelComplslots; Djapepsls; Nervous Affectum; Headaches; Liver Cpnjpllnts; Meeplessnees; fisuBeaeLd Vomiting: Worms. 1110 CERTIFICATES from raveiclens from every section of the United States, who haveuse'd tnete Pills in Uiclr practice, may be sen, bycall He on the Aeenl and obta lninc THE HEALTH ALMANAC TOR 1537. of nhlehbe has Just received from New Yort, SU.OOO copies for gratuitous .UtnbuUoo. MACKKSZIE, aaS27 17 College St., Xaslivllle. CiKK.T M!COV.EKY. JAMK3' NEURALGIA LIQUID A certain care for Neu ralela, Kbeumatisoi, Local Pains, &c. This medicine hasbeenbnt lately Introduced Into Jiah. vllle.bnt has already aeqalied a great ieputHon. The Hon. A. P.SkemwrlltM. II. K., certifies thai ho was cltackrd'wlth Inflammatory Rheumatism, and had iheser vlcesef two 1'hvfician.who afforded bun no relief. He was enable to turn himself In bed, when this powerful lintinen curei him entirely In 24 noun. This tact is cortiiled to by three members of ihe Leglslatnre, who were constantly with Mm. Price 1 per boltle. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent, BKg2j riathvllle. CiT.VNCRUV HALE I VALUABLE J.N1 AND SLAVES. "E N parameeof an interlojntory decree of the Chancery X Own at Sbclbyrille, in the ciase therein pending, wherein Isaac Unit was complainant and U H Holt and K I Pybns, Execntors of Jordon C. Holt, and others, were defcndauta. I will offer fur sale on the premises on the SSth DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, The follinnne valuable tracts of land situate, lyinp and btinrin Rich VnMsv, Bedford county, Tenn, il miles .Souta of Sbslbvville. on the Shelbyville and Fayetteville Turnpike Road, aud known aa Jordon C Uoll'a Farm, con ta.ninz abont 3S0 Acres On said Farm there is a good Hrick Dwelling Uoape. with Kucben Smokehouse, SU Itles, and a fine Orchard, all under good feocfl, and two fine springs of pure water, it is one of tbe beat Farm3 ia Uedford coiaty. I will also fell at the Earns time and place on other rann containing about 193 Acres o( first rate land, If iflg edjirininp tbe above tract of land, on which thero is a yoi-d Log House, Willi all necessary cut buildings, and a Sne Spring Haid lands will bo sold on a credit of one and two yeirs. bmd snd two good secuntes will be required from the purchaser, and a hen retimed until the purchase money is paid And on tho same day and at the same time and place 1 will offer for sale three valuablo slaves, la-wit: Adam, a first rate Blacksmith, about 3C years of age ; Sam, a very likely lellow, aboal Si or 85 years old, aud America about 11 years nld. The Terms of ihesale of the slaves will be made kuowa on ib dav i.f sale. WILLIAM J. WHITTUORNE, s?p,9itwA3ttw Cletk and Master. .tt.VltSlIAL'ii SALE. BY vutojof a decreeol the CircuitCourt of tho DmUd States for the Middle District of Tennessee, sitting in Cttccerv, which decree was rendered on the 4th day of May iR6 in a cause pending in said Court, wherein Caleb W. Uallowell and Morris L. Uellowell were com plainant?, .ud tbe Wiochesler and Alabama, Railroad oomp.nv. end John Frimll wero delendanta, I will ex pose to sale at public Auction, at the Court House door in the town of Winchester, on SATURDAY, tho 18th day of October. 16v .on a credit of 6, 12, and IS months, all the right, title, cla.m and interest of the said Winchester and Alabama Railroad company and of John Fri ell, in and to the f.llowing described tract of land, lying in tbe conn ty of Franklin, near the town of Winchester, and bounded a follows: beginning at a hickory epront,Spykers corner, etanding on th' East aide of the Railroad leading Irom Winchester to Huntsville. thence along said road 81 polo3 to a street, tbeawi with said street, to Dr. Tanner's line, thence with said line near the Grave Yard, thence with tbe Iineor lines ot to lino running South 81 degrees Eait, to Bladder's old linihnce with bis line to several Post Oaks, thence -louth Ei degrees. East eight poles to a small Black Jack, tlien? North d0 derrees West to a Slake near Hnoiber orner of eaid Spvker, thence with his line or Bfarly so, 10 p'des ro the beginning, containing City-eight ceres, more or le.n, excepting four and a half acres not intended t be anld It ring the same tract of Land con. vred tostid Railroad cumpany by Caleb W. Halloweil by deed bearing date about ihe leih of October, 1B0!4 The said Tract of Land will be sold toaotisry sa'd decree, with ;t the right of redemption. The purchaser will be re quited to g.ve notes payable in Bank with good and tnf ticent endarsers, and a lien retained on the premises, until tta whole of tbe purchase mooey is paid septl-Z-dAtrwlt J.B CLEM EMS, U. S. .Marshal for the Middle District cf Tennessee SlLENUII STOCK VAttM FOR SALE, -a i.vFPlt inrol ih calmble Farm on which 1 now re X side, situated a7 miles south of Nashville and ! 4 miles ' south east .f Franklin, on tbe NaohrilL. Triune and (ay i:eviHe Turnpike. Said farm contains 750 acres ot land. m wbteh about three bundrod ate in a high state ot culn- I n-uon, sixty acre in grasj lots, tnd the balance wen uni te, red. Tois is one ot ihebest stock farms in Williimton roantv, as every hiid end lot is accessible lo water IbrongHout the year. The improvements are of tbe very tirttciaw, consuting of an excellent brick dwelling with eight room3 ; also, brick kitchen, smoke house, good ne gro homes, cotton gin, grist mill, barns, and stables. There are reveral never-tailing spring! on the place, and a well convenient to the house. It is situated in an ex cellent neighborhood convenient to schools and churches The farm is susceptible f division i. as to make two desirable places. A tour boie stage roach run tri-week-lr to Nashville directly by the place. Tibm3 One third cash, the balance piyable in one and two veare, with interest. Notes with good securities re 'quired, and a lien retained for the purrria.- money. Come all ye who want good homes and look (or yourselves; as I tun determined f) eell For farther information apply to me at Jordan's Store, nr on the prroiute!). a?ptl3 lm WM. ALLWU... Sewasiee eiousc? IWLLEGB STRKET. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. WILLI A.U ROKERTS, Proprietor, :i.TinriTaisernlKl).) .Hie Mikeriber has recently taken this well fS Known establishment is refitting und thor- jtjji ....kiir r.ivi.Hii.- it. und bones twm to have it in ILL floniiuoB aa not to be inferior lo any house ia thi' city. ThoPr'iie'"'!' b.ijie by bis exertions andthWAol hM AswetaBt, I Mr. Craddocs, who formerly preKided ut the Oity Hotel to b uble to make bis house worthy of be ing patronised by Hie JhiWhs and promises that no pains ubali be spared ou his part, to merit r.e approbation ot sUose who may favor him with their patronage, lie res Deotfullv solicitaa tnol of hiahoute. f TbV-dtwAw-tf WM KORIiTS COPAUTN KltSIIli'. r plIE Copartnerhbiti of PERKINS, CAMI'ltKLL A CO. L of this city, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, aihuror tLo eooMMera navmir uic i.oc "i trui in liquidation. New OrlesBs, DecP,H&5. W.M. PERKINS. W. B CAMPBELL, SAM'L P. WALKER ONretinnclrom the Commission BuslnMswe return oar tfeauks to our friends and patrons, und die erfully reeofflroeBdour 8ncessr and late partner, W. M. Perkiu. m altocrtlwr wortbv of f he confidence and patronage " W. B CAMPBKLl SAM 1. P. WALKER. M'sHB General Cooimiaaion Business heretofore conduct i. edby PERKINS, CAMPBELL A CO will be con tused without Interruption, ny W. M Perkins under the style of. (derH-lvj PERKINS A .Q " A CARD. TAM manufactanng daily at my Eclipse Store Foun dry m this eity, a good assortment of STOVES AND HOI LOW-WAIli-'.viit Ovfns. Pots, Skillets aud Liils, ad Irons and And-irnnso' different patters, for tbe whole B.lc and reUlllradp. st small prolits Also Tin, Col'psr and Sb-vl Iron Ware, ol tbe best qual itr at low figures. A few tine chamber r-etls of Brittania Ware and No 1 Refrigerators, on hand and for sale low Particular altention paid to Rooting and Guttering with T'in.aP Olaopper, Pewter, Brass and Scrap Iron taken n ef-hance fo? my manufactures, U P. D0RRI3, 'ugt-JS No. 6 College at, tear Church st NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA P ATT ."ROAD ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. TO take effect on endafterSATORDAY, Slst of June, 356. Day Passenger leaves JaBbvilIe at 9.05, A. M, arrives et Chattanooga otC.05, P. M Night Passenger leaves Nashville at P. P. II., arrive at Chattanooga at 4 CO, A. M. Day Passenger leaves Chattanooga at 6, A, M., arrives at Nashville at 2 40, P. M. ,,'.. Ifijght Passenger leaves Cbattanoogi at 3.16, P. M , sr. rives et NashviUe at 8.45, A. M. jnneSl. 11. I. ANDERSON, Snp'l. NASHVILLE AND CHATTAADOGA SPIOIAL K01IOE TO SHIPPERS VIA SA VAKXAI1 TO KASRnLLE. AS tho Nashvilia and Cbat!aiooga Railroad Company haa notified Knd reminded the Central Railroad Com. pany of Ceorpia, of their Scanner Rate; and it does not seem to have been noticsl or rccogcisod in the hand bills or that Company recently distributed in oar city, we take this method of faiorain the Mercii ants and bhippers by that line, that the rate will he 1 35 per 100 lbs on 1st Claw Goods, and not $1 5, as thvband billa represent ft 25 la the average through rate on First Class Goods from the Seaboard 10 Nashville, but is subjected to tho 10 ce:it s ad ditional in the Sunrcer and a deduction ot 10 cents per 100 lbs. in the Winter, which make the rate as per our advertisement f 1 35 from June to Dscerabs-, and ?1 15 from December to J un II. I ANDERSON, juna21 Saperin'endent the smmj'K.NT and movr DiitKirr ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES FROM ALL POINTS SODTH AND WESr. Oesitral Ohio AND Balti-Diore ami OMo RAILROADS, RUNS IKO TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OHIO. AND BALTIMORE, 2" UOLRS1 UAGGAGK OHEv.Iv!.i THROUOIT! THE ONLY ROUTE by whitk through tickets lo Wash ington can be procured, to which point as wel' us to Baltimore, it is the. shortest, most direct and in ever re spect the most reliable route. It is the only route by iich purchasers of 'through Tickets to New York are enabled to reach the cities of libit, more Pli'deJptm r.nd Xew York, at the cost of a TicUt to 1 ew u. a ku t, thus en abling HusinesB Men and Travels -a tor pleasure or infor mation tu visit fjur otthe principal cities in tbe Union for leis ccst thsn can be aff jrded bt any otber route. And it is the inly route by whih Through Tickets can be had to Richmond. Norfols, Winchester, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg, Charleston, Savannah, Macon, At lanta, Auguti rkley Springs and Bedford Springs. 1 assence re i aihviij. lare ir.e aiage ijoacueu oi Carter i Tf - , or steamrs on f to Louisvhj - meeting there v Mail steamei u. Ciacinnati, Railroad to Indui. whs, lnd., is.s Cumberland nvcr. the United Stales . the Jeff:rsonviIle meet connection at o Railroad to Wheel- Columbus, Ohio, wlilt tbe Uentral O' ing, whence closeconnectioT w U .( Railroad is made to Wsv "it ai .c Baltimore and Ohio itv. Baltimore, Phila delphia and New iotV J5J Passengers hold r.g Through Tickets f-om Mom phiB are transierred at Cairo to the cars of the Illinois Central llailrond. from thence passing through Terre Haute Indianapolis, Dayton and Xeniato Columbus. Three Daily Trains leave Columbus, at 10 A. M., 8:80 P. M. and 12 P. M. J3? Travelers are requested to notie e that whilp this is the only route aff'rding Through Tickets to atttbo Eastern Cities at the same rate as charged by other routes to -Yew l'crl or.bj, it is also the elwtest, most fpeoay and direct to all tho" loidiug points in tbe East. The distance from Columbus lo Baltimore is only 676 miles, being about 100 miles shorter to New York, tlian by any other route. There are less changes of cars by thia route, and contPjnently less detention, than br any other. fif The road is ballasted wilh broken stone and ia entirely free from duat. For iuriher information, pic iso apply to D. G. RUMSEY, Agent, Nash villa, Tesn. For Through Tickets apply in Louisville at the office of the U. S. Mall steamnrs, or at (he Jellirsonville Railroad Office, Main street. WM. 3. WOODSIDE, Master Transportation B. O. R. R. JOHN M. SHARP, General Western Agent. jane 25 fur rilll.ADELPlIIA, A'EW YORK, AC.,4:C.,AC. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON" BTEA SHIP LTHZ3- CABIN PASSAGE 20; STEERAGE i. The well known first class Steamships Keystoae State, CAPTAIN R. HAR1HF. State of Georgia, CAPTAIN J. J. GARVIN, Will hereafter form a Weekly Line to Philadelphia, sailing every Saturday, aliernMaly, from Savannah and Charles ton, as follows : The Keystone Sta'e will sail from Savannah the follow ing Saturdavs July lfta, August 2d and 16th, Septem bar Cth and 20th. Iarmg Philadelphia alternate Satur durs The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the fol lowing Saturdays July lath and 26th, August 9th, 2Srd, and 80th, September 18th and 27lh. leaving Philadel phia ths alternate iatardsys . . . 1 I 1.. 1.fnn.t. nn.r1lKi.nM in SirenglU, epecu uuu awviuiiuiuauuue, mco DuiioBig fully equal to any running on tbe coast Inland naviga tion,10Omils on Driware River and Bay; two nights si FOR NIAGARA FALLS, THE LAKES AND CANADA, .SUOHTESl AXP CHEAPES1 JiuVTE. These Lines both connect at Philadelphia with tbe Great Northwestern Railroad Route thronsh to Niagara Falls or Buffalo, in 16 hours from Philadelphia. Through Tickets wilh the privilege of stopping at Philadelphia and inter mediate points, for sale by ihe Agents in Savannah and Charleston. 3J Fare to Niagara or Buflalo, to Klraira, I!; to O'anandaigua, i7 . Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN Agent at Savannah, C. A. GREINEIL Agents ut Charleston, T S. A T. G. BUDD. jt 1. 56 8md TO MERCII ATS. W; desire to call the attention of Merchants vimting Nashville for the purpose of purchasing their Fall Stock of Goods, to cur very complete and oxtensive stock of HARDWARE AND CITLEllV. GUSS, PISTOLS, Ac We are gratified in being able to oiler to tbe Trade a most complete and extensive assortment of TAB:.E AND POCKET CUTLERY, embitciug every variety of style aid quality, which is daily being increased with fresh ar rival imported direct Irom tbe principal nanufaclnrers in Europ-, which we are prt pared tosell at very nw hgnres. .... Uur Rtr-CK OI llAituY Aiir. m mi mc hh. c ablv more complete and exlensive than any that hare ever been offered itr the Nashville market. We also keep a larca St ck if Cotton, Hemp and Manilla Cordage of -all hues, Diifour'a Bol.ing Cloths, Machine Belting, Steam Packing and Hose. Rivets ol all kinds, Iron, Brasi and Copper Wire. Sbeet Z.nc, Block Tin. Farming Imple menti". Corn h'-ellers. Straw cutters, Whiat Thrashers, Page's Patent lVitabie Saw Mills, Ac , Ac All are invited to examine uur sVck belnre purchasing eliewhera MACEY A HAMILTON, fept7 47 Colleee street CI1CCI Llt.Ws.M)a. JIAMIKILIS. A I.AKiSK pit of Circular Saws aud Mandrills of all is,t-v ,,m ieei.;vd bv MACKV A HAMILTON. ft. M:s a. ii iiitAcr rl'' mi ,.i ir icty larger assortment of Planes el uii.i .-i.ee-. u-d ltilt -rer oflereil for sale in Nash- ti le 51 YCKV A HAMILTON s l VliE TTK!tS. w E bare jav n-cevia I .t of Saimgo Cutters a Kipmr irticie ercy n iuif k.epsr should bay imHTi M.V'M.Y A HAMILTON. p. TNVITES tJie attention of all thppo wanting an KI.E CAN'T COACH. i.tit KOCKAWAY nr It A imiiniii' or a choice ItlTtiU V, tu Ins iarge etock at his Ware rooms n lxwr Martet sircel fsept4 ItOPOSAI roit SI ' K I OR jmjrlh: t(t II.DINC. Sb'Al.ED .r.-posals will lie received bv Jrase Thomas, hto , Surietor, amnel I'. Anderson, Esq , I'ftslMaster. and Jacob McGavoek, l-Rq., until tlie twenty-fiflb day of September next, for a suitable site for a buildmj for the accnrr.rr.odtdton ol tbe Ciiftoro House, Post Ollice, United SNtes ( flirts, and Mmm I'oat Inspectors, at Nashville, Tenn. Corner Iis nl be preferred, and none are cligi ble that are less than one hundred Icet bv one hundred feel. JAMES GUTHRIE, sept7 it Secretary Treasury, Asmsarox. II. C Aug. 29, '57. BELL HOUSE, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM McTEER, Proprietor. CORXIB or MAIN ASn STATE STBXXT. Jf Four Horse Mail Coaches leave daily at 7 o'clock. A. si., ior oniva:e opmigs, ijuce 10 u RAILROADS, &0. NAHVJLLE AND CHATTANOOGA Kates of FrcigLt on l'rodnce to CHARLESTON AND SAVANNA, If, to tiKi irrecr ox aroaiTKR tub FIRST' DAY OF JUNE NEXT. A'i' recent meetingof President and Superintendents . cf the various Roads connecting Nashville ith Charleston and Savanah. the following rats of Freight en aJopif J' FIRST CLASS. Feathers, Wol, flour in Sacks and Books, per 100 tl 4o SECOND CLASS. Beeswax, GiDEang, Pink Root, Cotton. Rope and Bagging, Hemp, Star Candles, Soap, Lard and L;cMedOa and Window Glass, per 100 tl 00 THIRD GT.ASS. Leaf Tobacco in hhds, per 100 b0 Whisky, per barrel c 00 Beef and Pork, per barrel - 2 0 Flour, per Mil.. . T 1 0 Brooms, in lot ot 60 doien and npwai ds ......... . 1 00 To prevent overcharges the Agent of the N. A C. Rail roodTts authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation ot the articles ab.v at the rates as specified, until further notice, II. I. ANDERSON. mayl4 b po Superintendent. l'JENNslfljVANiA 11all.uOAD. THE GreatCentral Route, connecting the Atlanticcities with Westera.NorthwesUm, and Southwestern States, by a continuous Railway direct. This rood also connects at Pittsburg with daily line ot Steamers to all porta on the Western Rivera, and at Cleveland and Sandusky wit h Steamers to all porta on the Northwestern Lakes ; making the most direct, cheap&t and reliable rouU by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Great H eel Rates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg: FIRST CLASS. -Boots, Shoes, Dry Ooo 75e per 1001b (in boxes,) Furs, i earners, Ac SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea ther, Ac THIRD CLASS. Anvils, Bagging, Bacon, and i'ork (in bulk,), Hemp, Ac FOURTH CLASS. Coffee, Fish Bacon, and Pork (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil, 60cperl001b 60o perl 00 40c perlOOtt r lour per dui. aaui mruier uuuev. Grain 50 els. per 100 lbs. until further notice. Coiton ?2 per bale, not exceeding 500 lbs. weight, until further notion. IS- In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila. delphia, bo particular to vuxrk package "via PAUaJe.'piia Hailrond." All Goods consigned to the Agents of this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with oat detention. Frxuiit Acists. Harris, Wormley & Co., Memphis, Tennessee; R. F. Sass Co, St. Louis: J. S-- Mitchell A Son, Evansville, Indiana; Dnmesnil, BellandMurdock, and Carter & Jewett, Loniaville, Ky.;R-C. Meldrum, Madison, Indiana; Sprigman & Brown, and Irwin & Co , Cincinnati; N. W. Graham & Co , Zanesville, Ohio; Leech A Co., No 54 Kilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 Astor House, New York: No 1 William street, and No. 8 Battera Place, New Yort; E.J.Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw A Koons, Bal timore; Geo. C Franciscus, Pittsburg. II U. HOUSTON, Qentral FrtighX Agevt, Phfta. U. J. LOMBAERT, Siip't,AUomui,J'a. jan& '56, tlslj 5. PENNSYLVANIA KAILKUaU, THREE baily Through Trains, between Philadelphb and PitUbnrc THE MORNING MAIL TRALN 'hilndalDhi TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M, and Pittsburg for Fhiladelphia at 10, r. ai. 1 he above linea connect "at Pittsburg with the Railroads to and from St. Louis. Mo.; Alton, Galena and Chicago, 111.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra liauta, Madison, Lafayette fcud Indianapolis, lnd.; Cincin nati, Dayton.Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, Colnmous, Zanesville, Mas;illon, and Wooster, OUo; also, with the Sleam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans St. Ijouis, Ionisvilloand Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had ta or from either of tb above places. Forturther particulars, see Handbills at the different starting points. Passengers from tbe West will find this the shortest anil most expeditious route to Philadelphia Baltimore, New York or Boston TH03. MOORE, Agkxt, Puttengtr I.inc!,Ph'Ja.U J. MESK1MEN, Aosjir, Pautngtr Linn, 1'iiUlmrg. Philadelphia, 1866 janS ly FARE -EDUCED TO $12 50 f W .tnil iirVTI.I.K Til MRU I'll l. . . j .1.1 tr.l j ,.........t.: A lenneisetf sau aiuubuiu iwurjau, viuiuuiu.u, 1,-.. .t. ir.mr.hi. anjl I ?hflri.cinri RAilma.-l. 150 miles rnilroaJ, and 165 miles turnpike. Leave.-) Nash Vile Sundavs, Wednesdays and Frhlajs, at 6 a. m. Ap ply at the General Huge OlEce, opposite the Post OBice. dec22 If. FA.BE EEDUCtD TO $7 FB0H NASHVILLE TO JACKSON, TFNN. "TTIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia and V Wavnebcro. For seats apply at the General Stage Ollice. Leaves Nashville Sundays,' Wednesdays and Fri- daya.jit OK a- m. dec22 If. IlYEKS CO., AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HARTSVlLLr; TESNE&SEK. will pncrnaB on ekll rcooocB ash pkopbrty or kvibt opr2U DESCRIPTION'. WALL PAPERS. 8,01'0 pieces 25 cent paper just re ceived; Fire Screens, large variety; Tnncial Paper Testers and Center rieces, on uana anuior saie oy W. V. rlnM. mav7 23 Public Square, corner Deaderickst. LAND FOR SALE. Q A ACRES of Land for sale in Robertson County, ij -tU on the road from Gallatin, Tenn , to Uopkinsville, Ky four miles West of Cross Plains, and seven milts Northeast of Springlield. This Land is wall improved. I will sell the above land on FRIDAY, the 12th of Sep tember, on the premises, to the highest bidder. Terms bne-half cash, the balance on twelve months time, note beiriDg interest from date. Come all lhat want homes and look for yourselves, as 1 am determined t sell. auSl2 wAtri-wtt MEREDITH WALTON. P. P. Peck IS now receiving a number of beautiful gtvle " Coapee" Ruckaways and Barouches. He has also a couiplet. assortment of Buggies, both of his on n and Eastern Manu facture, at hii Warehouse, lower Market street julviy tf 141 PORTED MAIjTA JACKS. FORsaleat my Plantation, in Williamson county, fo cash or on time. FIVE BLACK JACKS, three yea f old. imported Irom the Island of Malta, cf pure blood. l'-.-md'.tw JAMES H. WILSON ALEXANDER 31. WALLACE, (eiicral Commission Merchant, A N D DEALERS IN PRODUCE, AT1.AXTA, GEORGIA. WILL OIVK f rKClAl. ATTENTION TO THE SALE OF UACON, LARD, FLOUR, TOBACCO, &c, .tc, &c. Bins TO t! Wallace. Knoxville. Tenn.. Toole, Bro.ACo.. Marr- rille, Tenn., H T Cox, Louisville, Tenn., J Donaldson, Union. Tenn.. Johnson A Hair. Madisonville,Tenn.,Brab- son A Bro., Sevier county, Tenn., Fains A King, Dan- dridge, Tenn, vaugns i-icxie, &weei vater, Tenn, u M Jackin, Athens, Tenn., Poullain, Jennings A Co., Au gusti, ?a , John Cunniughamt Greensboro, Ga., F W I.u tos, Athens, Oa., John Wingbeld, Madison, Ga., Carhart Hofl, Jlacnn, lla.. t i wiliis.aavannan.ua. nov? ly ACUSM COVLST. I. I JOHNSON CON LEY .V JOHNSON, (Successors to McClure A Moore.) No. 10 Rroad, and No. Ol South Market St., mnsiiviiio, icnn. T7EEP constantly on hand all kinds of Cooking and XV. Heating stoves, plain and ornamental; also, Tin ware. Grates. Ac. Ac Rooting and Spouting done with neatness and despatch. Sheet Iroi and Cornier work for Boats. Roll in ir Mills. Furnaces, foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap as thechoapest. janlB ly. U. W. BUSSXLL. T. J. SCOTT. O. K. CAJUCO, KIJ.SSKLL, SUOIT & CO,, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No 50 Bboadwat, Nasuvillb, Tksnebskk. NEW UANKINti HOUSE. JOHN- V. JtUIS. A. WHILES3. DAVID D. JAMB JOHN II. JA.11K5 Ol CO., BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, Next Door to the Rank of Nashville, XASUVILLE, TENX. " R. LANIER Ai CO., (Successors to Hart A Uollingsworth,) No. 5 Marnet s t r e e i , nasnvine, WHOLESALE GROCERS v DEALERS IN FOREIGN ANDUUILbSllULlllUUltS. oct2S bAtw FOR SALE. q " ACRES if splendid land liiugon the South (i It side of theN.A C. Railroad. 14 miles from Nashville, from Lavergne Depot 675 acres under a gooa ceaar lence, anu iu aoigu uutie w uuutuuu, wu tms land are two comioriaoie uweiungs, iwo uins, uur hflus!. all Tood. a fine Orchard of choice Fruit, a num ber of excellent Springs, and is traversed by a never failing stream of water. This Tract for richness of soil and beauty of location is not surpassed if equalled in Rutherford county, and is well adapted to the growth of Cotton, Corn, and small Grain and taking into consideration its enntiimitr to the Railroad Depot, where there are good Schools, good Mills, good rli ..--Vino ..J .:. ... -7 Ol . ' . i v. :. uejirauie paca mueeo. Also, 120 acres ot cedar at a con Temeni uisiauce woicn wilt De sold with, tbe above. J will sell altogether, or divide to suit nnrehars nnaccom modating terms. Apply on the premises or to the sub m;iiuer a. U4rrij;uc, leuuessee. au55 twAwtf. CHARLES L. NELSON. W lllmllV 111' WIT nil I VOP .xt.v n.,..rnnr. Jj being translations from the French, new edition, beau tifully illustrated. Catalogues sent free, on enclosing at three cent stamp to H. S. G. SMITH A CO., may29 w6rc Bos 421 0, New York, P. O. leaves Fhiladelpnia tor i-iusnurg at , a. ai., ami i his bnrg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINK leaves Philadelphia for l'ittsbure at 1, P. M., and Pittsburg for Fhiladalnhia at 1. P.M. THE NIGHT EXPRESS STEAMERS NEW YORK, KREMEN Ac SOUTUAMPTON UNITED' STATES UAH. STEAMERS. rpUB shlps romprliict llils line aro WA91I '1 . IfJOTClN. Cant. 15. Cavendv: 1IEK. alAriiN.uapt. r.dward itiggins. inese siea-- inert stop at Southampton, both golng'and retnraln;. ranroivn satjep or iii.inh mo From Soatb ampton for .New- York. Wednesday , From New York. Saturday. From Ilremen. Batorday. Feb. sa HKKHASN Jau. 26 WASHl.NRTOS...Feb 23 11KRMAKN-. ...... Mar' H WASIHNOTO.N..Drll IU Feb. 27 Mar 2-i Mar April May June Jul. An", tjept Oct Nov Dso S6 23 21 H IS 13 10 5 3 31 April 19 Mav 17 HERMANN May 17 WASHINGTON. .June 14 HERMANN July 19 WASHINGTON.. u ! HERMANN -Sept 6 WASHINGTON.. .Oct HKUaMNN Nov 1 Jane 14 1? July Aug iepl -Oct Nov' (. 1 Noy 9 WASHINGTON... Nov Dee Dee Stopping at Southampton, both going and returning, they Cabin Saloon. 130 dollars; First Cabin. Lower Saloon, lis dollars; Second do. CO dollars. All lettarsand newspapers must pass through the Poit Of fice. No Mils of ladlnj wltlbesIirnedorparceliiecBlvtd on taa oay oi sailing, An experienced furgeon H onacarii in earn snip. For freight or passage apply to C. II. RAND, II South William stieel, St York. C. A. HEINEKEN & CO., Bremen. CROSKKY & CO-Southampton. WM. 1SELIN, Havre. JaaOJ ly CA1IIN PASSAGE FROM CHARLESTON to 'new york, Twenty-five doi, t,arb. United States Mail JLine NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM SHIPS. Through la 48 to 53 Honrs. SEMI-WEEKLY. Nashville, ISOOtons, M. Berry Commander . JIarion, 1500 tons, W. J. For.tcr, Commacdsr. Jas. Auger, 1500 tons, 8. C.Turner.Commonder. Southeruer, L000 tons, Thos, Ewon, Commander. Lt-AVKSAdgers wiiarves.eveTy wednes day and Saturday after ihe arrival of the cars from the Smth. and' W st, li high water." These Kl ram ah ins were all built exnresalv for this Line and for safety, speed and comfort are unrivalled on tbe Coa3t. Tables supplied with every luxury. Attentive and cour teous Commanders, will insnre Travellers by thi Lin every possible comfort and accommodation. iaoinpossage, Steerage passage, 93. Forfreiehtor nassaze. bavin? eleitant State Room Ao- eommoda'.iona, apply to Corner lst Bar and Adger'a Soatli Wharf, febl 8'58 tl Charleston, ti. C. EXPRESS NOTICE. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL- ROAI. TUE"A1)AUS EXPRESS COMPANY" have rua1 iff rang- raenta with the above Reilroatl for a Daily Ex press Linn, and are now prepared to receive and forward Freight, Packages, Ac. by Passenger Trains to HiiDlsvicle, Decatur. Tuscumbia nad intermediate stations on tbe M. A C. and N. A C. Railroad. Small Packages at reduced rates. r59 Messengers leave Nashville daily at 7 o clock, am. 13?" Freights to be forwarded by Express will be called for without extra charge. A. K. HOLT, aprn aypsL For lUo Complete euro ol Congraa, Cold, iniiiienza, Akiiiiua, uroncuiin, apisisnsi or Itlood and all other l.nng Complaints tending- to Conauxnption. MIIIIS preparation Is getting Into use all ovor onr country. X The numerous lettars we receive from our various a gents, informing us of cures effected In their Immediate neighborhoods, warrant us In saying It Is one of the best, If not ine very Dcstuougn medicine now Demre me pnuiic. It almost Invariably relieves and not nnfreauently .cares the very worst csso. When all other C,)ugh preparations bava failed, this has telleved the patient, e Urngglsls, deal ers In Medicines, and Physicians can testify. Ask the Agent In your nearest town, what has been bis experience of tbe effects or this ciedlclan. If he has bn selling ft for any length of time ho will tell you It Is the best medicine extant ueiow we gives, raw extrarts irom lectors wo nave receiv ed l&telyrogardlng the virtues of this medicine. Dr. S. S O.lin, of Knoxville, Ga says: I have been uslnz your Liverwort and Tar very extensively in my prac tice for three years past, and, It Is with pleasure 1 state my Denoi in us superiority over an ouier amcies wiw wuicu i am acqnalntsd,for which it Is lecommended. aiessrs. i nxgeraiuoc urenners, wmingirnm aynesviiie, N. C. savs: "The IJverwort and Tar Is beeomlaz dally more popular in this country , and we think: justly so. All who have tried It speak In commendable terms of It, and say It is very benefleialin alleviating the complalnta or which It tirecomnnnded. Our Agentin Plckons District, s. c, Mr. s. li. Ncfall, assures us that he uses Itwlth great benetit In his own family andrecommends It to his neithbors." lie gives an instance cia negro woman in nis vicinity, wno naa neen sanering wlthdlsease of the Lnnes for years, attended with seror cougb,who was relievedbytbo Llverwortand Tar. Such are the good reports we hear of this Medicine from all parts ofthe South. For a report of the surprising cures It has performed in the Wostern and Northern and Eastern States, w e would invite the suffering patient to read the pam phlet which accompanies each bottle. Toal we say, have hope, have hope! Try tho Medicine!! Be warnod In seasoilll And neglec not that rou'h which Is daily weakening your constitution. Irritating yourthmatand lungs, and Iniiting on that dread disoaso, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a rem edy can Da oniainea as j.ogers- syrup u uverwon aau i ar. Beware of Counterfeits and base Imitations.. The genuine arilile is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around each bottle. Price, One Dollarper Bo'.tle, or six Bottles for Five Hol lars. Sold wholesale and relall by BCOVIL fc MRAD, 111 Chartres St. bet. (Jonu and ol. ijOuu,n. u., bole Agent ortheSouthernSlatcs. towhomalt orders and aPDlIcV-.ons for Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by r- : i . i I Tl ( 1 . 1. E.W1U Xiri'UlUrS, DCIIJ muiUIUD,a.Jt.llUHU. llilH. Wells, and C. W. Hendershott, Nashville, Tean , and by all other Drugi;lststhrough the Slate. anl2 d& irlwly. CRAKE'S Patent Metallic Bnrial Casket, PATENTED OCT., 1835. Funeral Undertaking W. G. D.BOSHMS & Co. WOULD letpectfully announce to the citizens cf Nash ville and the surrounding country, that they keep constantly on hand. COFFINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, crnm the celebrated Metaiic xmrial uasxet, (so muchadm red by all who have seen it.) to the plainest servant's Ceflin. Also, elegant H EASES aud UOKSIX, together with everything necessary for funerals. Mr. John H. Curry, an undertaker oi twenty years experience, win give nis per sonal attention to tie business. All ordjrskltstour Store Rooms, No. fS Cooper's buildings. Cherry street, opposite the Gazette Office, will be promptly attended to, both day and night. w. u. u. nur.u sirs, it. iv. itussr-Lij. Johs U. CrEEV, Agent. f jnly7 W. K. CORNELIUS. AflEST FOR THE SALE Or FJSK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES, IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE. Funeral Undertaking NOTWITHSTANDING tho recent Fire, we are still in operation, ready and wiUinz to attend on all I'nnsral occasions when called on as usual, with everything that is necessary on such occasions. Ofthe and Ware Rooms, No. 33 Deaderick street, in tho honsa formerly occupied by Oram A Shepherd, where orders maybe left night or day. J. W. McCOMBS, ju!y25 By W. R. CoaNiLita. NOTICE. THE Stockholders ofthe Citizen s Coal Company are re quested to make paymen to tbe amount of thei lock subscribed when called on or they will forfeit their STOunt of stock G. B. VANNOY, julylS Sec'ry. " Excelsior" !! AT the great trial of Agricultural Implements in Nash ville on the 4tb, r.th and 6th of June, lB.'C, THE "EXCELSIOR CORNCOB MILL" WAS AWARD ED THE UIOHEST PREMIUM, as will appear from the following extract from the repcri of the committee. They say "Of Corn and Cob Crashers there were 8 entries, but in consequence of some accidental breakage, only two made trials. 1. Fxcelsior.by J. C. Baldwin (Leaviit'a Patent) 2 Joyce's Star Mill, by B. a Weller. Little Giani, by O. IL Anderson. Both these Crushers are constructed on similar mechani cal principles, and use about the same power; bnt the judges gave the premium to Baldwin's Mill. It seemed to have more capacity in a given time, bnt its ch;ef superiori ty consists in its having moveable rings, which constitute the grinding surface, and of course the wearing surface Tbeie grinding surfaces are cast iron, and can be re newed readily and at little cost. This gives more dura bility for less money." The above Mill, for Crushing Corn and Cobs, or grind ing meal for family use, is furnished all complete, with ttoopair of grinding ringi, vchieh matet it tqval to tieo miW, at the low price of $W00. Address JAMES C. BALDWIN A CO, Je27 mtwA w 7 College street, NHhyOls, Ttsa. TIIOillPSOA & ro riii n i N i l it BEY GOODS. I S5 (5 . THOMPSON i CO., are now i.f cui i-t a largx ai.d v r.e J assortment of FALL A.'l IMTKK 1kV OO.tO.- We would ak particular attonl.on to ir St.wa this s.son, it being cOmpuwl of every thing ofvr and de.-uaol) lo he found In the Eastern raarkrt:, which 'o are drterralaed U ellas chespsbany home Id tberiiy. Allwcask jncrn. lnatlon of oar Stock to prove it. We take tal p'.eisiue ia showing our goods. SIIL.. W have a large lot nf-Silk.. or tin A, Vrryu. "r m 'o els. per yard to $1W per pattern A iiH-. f .-iits SI per yard, wnfrh we cut In acy r,iutl. jh t pnichaiw Sl'LK.NDlD rLOUNi;Vl's'liJC.-J. Kf caieimine,. . . Kalin do Ja-ifw do .. .. Velrl --.f drt, .. ., .. l"nrerr!iig; vcr MUJ.1- same and caw; stripe and plaid Silks cf nil ins kr.dq- -tics; plain and rept ollk, all colors; Wick Silts .--f X....1 .. I'nshmeres and llcLaincv. Oar Slock t-f Woolon Dross Goods rmbra e- .ii u."ln this lire, rialn and figured DoLalce-.lncay iar.1 ' . i-iain uajnmercs. all kinds. Mala .Merino, . . Clr Palm Merinos, all kinds. Bich Oa,bcirr j'-i- 'lis for Robet. Wool I'iidds, cf all kinds. U.iaatHilr.,; An.aceas; Paramethas;'lamtisuCUthsM.dMourclssCo. ism- .ilklnrlt. fitter) (Sond. We would call the attention ni the Lac'.j, . AnrStoekof LaeeOoods, in It they will find somoihirg to p. tiigm la price and taste. Fine. Val. I.aca Pellorlne bsantifel article-. New style Lace Berslie vetj fine. New style Va.1 lice Capes; New style VaLucnSits- rer. Sup eat) PBtirely new; Now style Point Laee.d... New style lilac!: Thre. l ao .-V.I. r dotraMc; .. .. Lace Collars; Tnmraed, di., Handkorrctutx, Very rich Point lc bridal Ye.u, !lKr..tkrtsi3,.tc., to laatch. Val. Laro; P,,iz lw; eUSfrtlM L iwKo i r. -I Thread Laee; a Ui?- n ri-c . ate)Ui . 1. ... ii rolil itr U .. New Style l.mbpn.ieri-d M .iw ts, .. C.r, .. ilfi-lairvi.:t7, Embrolderod Skirie , Kmbro-dvrt-.t lrt iv- i . Jacoru-t and Swiss 1 r.raniircn n, .. . FK.iiuiit g a iatfb 431, Linen Edgings and lnsertu.es mt.roid!rrd Musliu f.sps sir spd ehp.j . .. .. C( ttw and ia i.w.i, . For Die xsai.n-t. Rich Kmr.rrildrredSilk Hut: i.et jk! buitilul, .. Mrnno rtau iimm uh4 o nulifil, .. - liwnii. i - Silk Bonneix Fine Kruhmidi-red Merino Cloaks. ., .. Blankets. Eiubroidrred bodios and bab) drr.sessof all klhds. line hmbrolderndluslln and l.ac Irimaxsa ;ap,. 1heie things are ver, or ii-ii, bcii-s new and cheap, ifclfcbas... Onr stock of Ribbons 1 vrj lar-j aud well assorted lilch .Moire Antique Hibb . . Brocade Ribbos, . . Jaspa Mrlpe Ribbon, . . Plaid ribbon, Plain Rlbboos of all kinds, ana ;. oj itilii,i. Cloak ami Miavvli. We have now In store a large luoi new :jl3 Cloak", rJiO Shawls and.Soarfs, or every ueicriplleu: Kich Volvet Talmas, .. .. Cloaks shawl palterr., nsb, . . Cloth cloaks new, .. Plnsh cloaks very new, Very Fine lirwhe Shaw Ls, .. Stella Bordered Shawls,, .. Flush shawls new, .. Bay Slate plaid ehawll, all .i4s, Gentiemen'straVAling shawl,, ladies1 traveling shawl,. CcnlleiucnU Wear. Rich Preneh Cassiineres new style, Stripped Cassbneres new style,. Plain and Plaid casslmeres, of nllMnds, Black French Cnssimcres, Cloth, Blue Frxnch Cloth, Rich Velv et Vest pattern,, .. uncut .. Rich Silk vest patterns -black and wm-y, Rich Caihmera vestpattern. All kinds or Roys' wear, Gentlemen's under-wear, Riding Gloves, Dress Cloves, etc , eic. Gloves and IJonlcrv. Ladles', Gentlemen's and CMUreni' CL.vts In great va rl.ty, Alexandre's Kid Gloves; Back Skin Gloves, Cashmere and Silk Gloves, plnsh lined, Alexandre Silk (plain) and Baglan Gloves. Lisle Berlin Cloves, lined anduclined, Taffeta, Flush lined, Cloves, etc., etc Black and Pearl Silk, and Flesh colored lion. Haw Silk Hose, Plush lined and plain, Cisbmere, Lambs' Wool and Alpseea Kcse, Children's Fancy and Plain Wool Hose, of all kinds. Curtains aud Curtain materials. Elegant Lace and Embroidered Muslin Curtains, embroidered Muslin for Curtains, by the plec, Rich t'.alin aud German Oaraisi.all colors end kindi. Rlnip Tasvls, Loops and Cornlc , to match. Cnrpeti.. In this line we Intend to excel bv keeping tbe largest stock in theclty, and selling at reasonable prices. Having a large stock on hand, and being desirous of selling a many as pos sible before removlngto our new house, we think It wnuld be to the advantage r.f those wishing to purchase Carpet lo take a look at our stock befjra purchsslric e'sew:er. Kich Velrel Carpets, finer tuau usually brought t" this market, Wen Bruistlaand Tapcairy Car; eta, 3 ply English and American Carpets, Ingrain Carpets, of all kinds, Cheap Carpet'. f every description. Fine Mosaic, Velvet and Brussels Bags, Deor and Parlor Mats. In great vsrlaty. IJoraritlc and House I'lirnishiur; Uoods. Beautiful French Chintz, all quallll-s, Knclish and American Chint;, I1 qualities, English and American 1'rints, Li great varioiy, Ballard Vale Flannel, something that v ill no', shrink, AVel.hand French Flannels, vsry fine, Opera riannels,Rll colors. Bay State riannt Is, white (ereat job.; Linen Table Diaper, all kluds, Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, Colored Table Cloths and Napkins t-v matib, Russia Sheettnes, all qualities. Kussia and HuckabnckTowetlnr, Fine Damask Towel,. We have on hand a large-sb-rk of Stapld 3ixda ot tisry description. THOMPSON &. CO. sep6 21 Public Square. WATSOX M. COOKS. JlSeZS N. BAILT, IaU of Gaintbcri Tcni. samcslo gopsBiM. COOKE, BAILEY & CO , WHOLESALE O CALX 03 Vi HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, HON NETS; AiC, VC. SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE NASV1I I.E. TENN., WE are now arranging for ra.e our FIST STOCK of the above Goods, which, having been carefully se lected, and pnrcbased upon the most favorable terms,' will be found well worth the attention of Merchants. We invite an inspection of this Stock, confidently be lieving tbat we can supply those who may favor us with their trade, with handsome aud durable Goods at such rices as tvill enable them to compete successfully wilh ierrhants who purchase at Philadelphia, ff Our term of credit ia six months to r fwWs dftt'r; and we will make a liberal discount to Gtsh Mrje a aug22 d2oi COOKE, B.MLh'i A CO. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS 'ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO.. No. -H Public Siiijit;. WE would inform oureastomersanilthe trade generally, that we now have In Store and ready for salo a ver larce and desirable stock of POHKICN AND DOMESTIC DKi" 000113. and RKAHY MADE CLOTIIINIr, suit.'J In the Fall and Winter trade, and which they arc diijised n t II alas man aavanre. Our present stock will be fonrd much largor than iu :al embracing a fine assortment of gentlomen's U car and Ladir.s DHESS GOODS, eurpas.lng both in quality and brilliancy of style ana pauems any m our lormer sioi-ks. uur one u White GooIs,LmbroldPries,I!ibbons,IiicfS,Trln:iiiiii; ,i'.c will also he found comity large and ailrartlvc. Uur Slock of READY MAuK CLOTHING ia u:i:. -urjly larse and welladaptrd tothenpproachluceaon.ano Isivi -a paid particular attention to the gettinc upof this artlrl . we are prepared to offer Inducements to lhoe denlinnn it. IV therefore solicit a call from Merchants vlstilng our market, and shall lake pleasure In exhibiting U them unrsbfl; and pricer. Ai.i.iwn,.i.Miril'..''U, A l. anH 2m NEW GOODS. A. M O R It l"S 0 N & C O.. WHOLES4I.K DIALERS I.V FANCY AND VARIETY GOODS, COMBS, BRUSHES, BUTTONS, THREADS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, HOSIERY, a LOVES, JEWELRY, TOYS, Ac, No. 72 Easr Sidx Pcslic Fquaub, Nasbvillk, Tsxx TTTE would inform our friends, and the trade rrnerallv, VV that we are now p.-epitod to exhibit tbe hnest. and neat assoneu oioc, iu uur nue, ever uruiigiu iu uie -,oau Title market We solicit an examination cf tbe stock and prices, believirg that we can offer inducements equal to any Jobbing House in the Variety line, East or West. if. . - - i i . 1 1 . t ' : .. ... it inose QCainug in piircuMS mil outlet) usiu csi cjl amine our htocfc and prices anu judge lor themselves, aug 59 1m A. MORRISON A CO NOTICE. rpHE undersigned hare purchased tbe entire interest of X Do Sbcpberd, deceased, in the business of Wardner, Shepherd A Co., and will continue that business nnder ths same styls as heretofore. EDWIN S. GARDNER, septv lw rrir.iniui; A.BUtiiitKi 6 ARDNER,SHEPHERD & CO WHOLES A LK DEALERS IN Shoes, Hats and Straii GOODS, NO. 50 PUBLIC SQUARE. NASHMLLE. f E. have now in store at our Old Stand, a very large y f sua superior stock oi TinnTta ivn uuoca uitj ivn mm suitable for Winter sales, which we would like to exhibit to trc&aata niiting this market, pt-Iy GARDNER, SHEPHERD CO, FAIjL. T. & W. LW & Co,, luiporiurs and Wholesale iJealera DBY GOODS, NASilVILLE, TF..VNESSEE. rpUK Urgelacrea in ln Dry Ooods trade of tils place, 1 requires corresponding larja Stocks, and we take pleas ure tn assuring our customers and tbe trade generally, tiat wsh,e do ia stare, one of the most exteajlve Fail bz Wi!iter Stocks evr r offered tn tnls market, which we will tall" to prompt tl deal-rj.or ior Cash, at such prices aa will give aatixfac tl'.n. and enable our Customers tororn ete succstfany wlli ia.nt j..:rchmg In any other market. OCR STOCK or Hil$r-a.i Clothins is ulio y ill rxe aad altractl t e. We solicit a calL T. dr W. KAKIN CO. 3- '.kafe arrangements that will enable ua to&ee? (.Lr M" c apvhroug.Vjui ih jeascc ajST-ly T. ft. W. E. & Co. RE,IOrAL. LRBY MORGAN & CO., HAVE removed to tLeirNEW STOSS, Ko. 7 PsiUb Squire, (SoolU skle) where they havo now In Store and r-pen for extibiiiou, - Krge and well axsortexi S'oek of MAPLL A.ND FASQV DRY GOODS, And VAUlETIto.toThira n-rinvil the attention of Meicbants grnerally We will as ajiul Tr to GASH AND PROMPT TIME HtfTERi THi STRG.NGEST POSSIBLE INDUCE MMNTB MV hive ctad tulen-iid I js of TANfY DR1S GOODS, Sachab: t reach piinwd UeLai-ee, .Frerch " llsriaces, svlejial L'rtSS suits, i :in und Figured Ciburghs, NewStjle Pcplins, rre.nv iiennoa asd em'd Rsbts, I'tinted Persien Cloths, Printed Cashmeres, .Cicakz, Talmcs, ' " ' Mantles and Shawls. , a. Bi-vurireL Lisa or - B.b& IsioWius, , Erai.ivery and flsuscinga, Laccs und Ediiaga, Cloths, Cssipje?,rBttineta, Blankats, r Iaaoeis, Tickings, and Brown a id Bleached Uuali&s. PRISTS, Aa, Ac. 'iMsedeHirwg targains vroaM da well to look through thisS.ocE m , n. ,, We are buying teaii-fr.-; Wool, Ginseng, Linseys, Jg8'- IRBY MORGAN A CO. CASES OF BOOTa, SHOES AND HAl'S, FOR THE FALL TRADJE. Robertson & Dashieli, NO. 14 COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE TTTTihsvenowlaSinre a very large Stock of Boots, Shoes V and Hats, to which w wish to call tie attention of Country Merchants and ih public generally, and which we will soil low. Our block Is mnch larger than has ever two offered by Uie bonsH, and well selected. ,,.,-, , We feel confident thai merchants laying In their Pall and Winter Stock, will find it to their inteiest lo call and examine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere, and we pledge our selves to give general aatislaction lo all who niaylavorns with a call. , , . . , Onr Ketsil Stock lias been very carefully selected, andwa feel no hesitancy In saying that those who purchase Iu thlj lina. will be pleased upon an examination of onr Stock. W a,k youtn call and examine some ofthe finest Stnct In tho market. ,.., . , j nnrsmek of nroar.s for ploatatlon use Is Ty fall and caatbebeat. , ,. w e reiiMClluny invue w-a i mucii w i u, aueW 2m "riV.W ANU IIKS1RAULJB tiOOOa. Siivdei- & Frizz ell A BE now receiving asd opening fresh and desirable goods suitable for the city and country trade. Ladies' fine Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed. . " UIDW, ' Kid FroctLace Gaiters, Kid Side " 14 thick and ihln soles, " Black Lasting Oalters, " " .. . with beats, Congress Gaiters, " Kid Boots, thickand thin eoles, . m " " with heels, Whlto Kid and Satan Slippers. " Tellet Slippers, plain and fancy, A ISO Children and Misses sho?sol every dascriptlon, Gentlcmans'wearci tTnjuoniiiiM. Thair stock of heavy goods la Urge and of good quality, tn short, all rersens wlahtngods In their line will find It lo their latere to call at .No., P"bUaSqaa. NA3HVILLE BELL AND BHAB3 rOUKDW, No 17K South Front Street, NASilVILLE, Tenn. . - Tl .-. CVi.s A mm llWAfla A H. COOK, practical "'SSSi rountain anu nuip Mouutine.Anli-FrictionMi.taI. AH work made by rr.o wdh neatness and dis? , ol the ht mAUrial-iil low prices, and warranted. nl8 ly GAS FOR COl'NTRV HOUSES AND STEAMBOATS PATENT RENZOLE GAS. Co mtv ami Sintc Rishts For Sale. The only Itiiivole .Mocliioe that will ive a good light. TBE entire appaiatus is simple; occupies bnt little room, requires little or no attention except winding up, similar to a clock. The erp-w is one third le?a than ordinary Coal Gas; and makes the most Handsome and cheapest light in the world. It can be seen in practical operation at Hender son A Bros., Deaderick street Any persons wantiug their hmifti lighted can be sup pled immediately, they having nudo a contract for the furnishing tf Davidson county, und solicit orders. Information roncermug Mate and County rights, can be had by applying to WM. WA.RNE, ang 21 Cberry Street, Nashville. N. & C. RAILROAD. CEDAR CROSS TIES. PROPOSALS aro invited for 0,000 cedar CTOes-ties, at least 11 inches tn diameter at their smalt ends, and 9 feet long, with Ibeir ends cut square, reduced to a thick ntsti of 8 inches by hewicg two sides one side 8 or more inches in wiatn, ice otnero or mors wide ; or us narrow or upper side may be left round Bids will bo received for 00 and upwards. Estimates will be paid monthly, when $100 or more has been earned ; reserving one fifth until the completion of the contract. Satisfactory terms as to time will be gJTBn taking large contracts, as ths whole will not be required undertwoyeara. J A3. H. GRANT, RAt Eng. N.AC Railroad. Railroad OflTc. I Nashville, Aug. 22, '6. ) angSttwAwlm ' TO TI1EPUULIC. HAVING full possession of my Auction Rooms I am ready to receive consignments. 1 BENJ. F. SHIELDS, septS tf No. 42 Publio Eqoua, Ayer's Fills. ArpCntiiisineic toxtn extent never-bofore kaown oPany ilcJiclue. JflTalidSyTeatl and judge furparselves. JILK3 HACEL, Esq., the well bcowa parfumerorchesiat fllreet, Philadelphia, whc-M choice products are found a almost every loikt, aays : "I aa happy to aar of your CaTaaKTic Pills, that I bava found them a better fasulfy medicine for co moon art, than any other within my knowledge. Many of ray friends tav reallnd marked benefits from them, and colocide with ins la bUe tup that they poascsa extraordraery virtues for dri ving out disease and curias; tha sick- Tiwy are not only ef fscuiaJ, but ai cad pieasaai to taken-quaiilleM whlci mast make thee vale ad by tha ptibuc, hen liisy axe kaown." Tbe referable Chabctllor WAKDLAW, writes from Bald more, 1 April, l&i : Dr. J. C. Atxs. sir r 1 have :Xra your Pills wltl rr benefit, for the Ustfesszess, iangor, loss of appute, and bil ious headache, wch baa jt late years overtaken ma la lb spring. A few doses of youx Puis cured a. 1 have used, your Cherry Pectoral many Jstrs la my family ror coughs asd colds wltn un&uhsg auccess. You make medicine which cure, and I feet it a pleasure to eczmead you tor tits Jood you nave done aud aro doing." OKA Pi I) CATTY, Ksq., Secretary of tha PencijlTaaU Kallrmd Compsay, aaya : Fesnsylvaslj, Railroad OSLzr, i Fladelph!s,twa-btrl3,ia33. J !U 1 1 take pLearurs in addlsgiay tesamony lo tit filcr of your me4tat.es, havtag derivvd very maiena. benefit ftomtae nseof boik jour Pectoral and CaUrartlc Pills. I am never without teem in m? faeilly, nor saau 1 yr eon at tu be, whilis my sraans will prura tbea. The widely xeoown4 8. S.nrKVirJS,X.D.,cr Want worth, .ew Hampshire, writes r ' " "Having used jour Cathatic-Puts ny practice. 1 certify from experience, that they an as lavaluaw puris tivs. In cases vl tluordered fanstloas oi a ltver, causmr hasdaehe.lndlgotion, costlyeim., and the s real varletT o? , diseases that follow, thy art a surer remedy than any otiar In all cues where a purgative remedy is required,! ecnlt, deotly recommend taefr lllla to the pablle, ss superior lo any other 1 have ever round. Tho; are sure In their opera tU2, and perlectly cafe, qualities which make them aa lavaL. . cable article for public iu 1 have lor many years known yesr Chsrry Pectoral as the bt cough medicine in ths world, and thsaa Pills are iu do wis Inlmor tu list admlra bl prapanlioa lor tbe treatment or dbnasei." ATd, Maine, Nov.2S, 1SS3. " Dr. J. C. Atzx Dear Sir I 1 Jure been aBdeted iroca my birth with Scrofula In iu wunt luria, and aw, arlar twenty yarn' trial, sad an untuld aicoant of eufierlog, hay been completely cured ia slew week ly jour illls. IVita what feelings of rejoicing I write, can only be Imagined whnyoa realize what 1 nay esuered, and bow long. Never, until now, bays 1 becnlrei from this louhiom diseas In moaa shape. At limes il attacked my eyes, and made ss almost bliitd, besides the unendurable patn; sv others it settled lo lh scalp of tuy head, and dostroy d my hair, sad has kepi me partly bald all sn days ; aomeum-ss It came out la my lace, and kepi tl lor uuataa a raw ton. . '-About ntna weeks ago I cororueoced taking your CaUiaf tlc Fills, and now am entirely free Irom tho complaint, ily eyes are well, and my skin is fair, aud toy hair has com menced a beauhy grottta, all ol which m-Ves me feel al ready s new person. Hoping t-u statement may be lh means of conveying larorraatioa that shall doowa to un, lun, niib ,rr ssntimsat of gratitude. Yours, dec, t MARIA KICKER." "lhave known the above earned Maxia ttickor trum hsr childhood, sad her slsleaenl is strictly true. A3DKB.V? J. ilBSKKVE, Overseer of the Portsmouth .Min ctance Co Capl. JOEL fKAlT , of the ship Manor,, rites from Bo.Ua. iTUlh April, 1034: ' " Yoar tdu have cured me from s bilious attack watea sroso Irom derangement of the Liver, which had become) very seriom. I Jwd tailed of any rolisr by my physician, f wl from every remedy 1 could ky, but s lew doses of your Pills h?.romplU)ly restoreit me to health. I uys given them to my children lor worms, illi tha best HacM. They wore promptly cured. I recommended data to a neoa ior cwiruiui, wcica nsa truubied him lor months ; hn old m la sfnw days they had cured hlsa, ioa mils toe best raodlclae La lh world, sad 1 sin free to lav so." Bead this Irom Ihe distinguished Solictor ot tho asprems Court, whoso brilliant abUitles have mad him so welt known, not only in this but tha nnlghburti.j butes Wxw U;mi, 5th April, 1854. " Sir : I have great satisfaction la assuring yuu vc uijssif and family have been very nach beuefltied by yuar mndl clues. My wile was cured two years since, ol a severe sad dangerous cough, by your Cherry Poctcrai, and slaca thea has oDjojed perl eel aealu. My coiidmn have sevanl tloio been cur.d Irom attacks of tha iuttueuxa uid croup by it It Is sa Invaluable remedy for these complaints, kour Ca tkartic Fills bay cured me from a d,sppis and cosuys sess, which has grown upon tue for mus years indeed, this cure Is much nor important, from the lad that 1 had cuisd to got relief irom this best paysJcloss which this sec tion of the country affords, and Icm say of the naasroa remedies 1 had takes. Yoo seem to us, Doctor, like a providential blessing to oar family, aud Joa may wU suppuso n o sro not unmind ful oflt. Yoars,.rspectfuUy, LEAV1TT TIIAXTEtt." r, ,o. Chahks, oato, April 5th, 1354. Ex. J. C Axis Honored Sir ; 1 bava tao s ihoruagh trial of tho Cathartic Pills, Urt me by yoar agent, aci hav bson cured by them of the drtalf al Ktu:umiu under whis h found m sufienng. Ihe Hist dosu relieved me, sad a raw subsequent doi.s have entirely remuvei ths disease I feel In botur health bow than Tor soma years before which 1 attribute outirely to tho .ffocts of r our Latsti FiiLs. Yours, with great respoct, ..ii v , LU0103 B. METCALP. IE? Ths above sre all from persons who sr. pubUelr known where they r.slde, and wno would not make Iucm statements wlout s thorough conviction leal tbe-v warn tret. Frpsrd by ' DR. J. C.AYER, , PACTICiL AUD A.-VsLVTtCAl. lauur, April M,C- Lowell. Hut I'Obati AitlEKiUA. " A GENTS wanted in every couaty tn this and adfcfninV BtatcstoasUthe above caw sua imoro.ed tOHJi ANDCODLLL. To all such, a?r, cncTto raaks money wUl be (jffered. Exc!iVeatatvandt.outy pnrJegeswfaijrpcoador oa unusually Ur tarn. a. br pp!ieoa to the Proprietor. ' " FAJLHERS AND STOCIC RAISERS IcfTar you e. Corn and Cob MU1 unsurnaesed in the Dafca. and which cannot te superceded by-pastor futur. invention. It U the very Mill which everysmer sod Stock Kaiser should have; it will crush from 8 to to bush ela Cora and Cob per hour, with vue horse; is easily fitted up tndmsaagwi,- weighs 210 lbs, and tv, all contact V. the gnodins sur:es is prevented, wiUlt any farmer an daxy lifetime. I apeak thus of its durability became tho some prtnsiplehiu been turly tested iu the old Bark MUL Whots it that wants A HILL ON TRIAL for ens month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction, to return it t 11 there be aar man thuj riLi i. " ". tttCV i3 wJfl?ate1 ln ewrycaae, or tbe moa ey wUl bo refunded. This Crusher ci be ttUehed to horso, water or steam power, which renders it the most convenient Mill south ct Mason's and Dixon's Ime. All other Crushers now ia the south require too much, powtr. or will eocarrr out. Accordisrto tfv'f, THE LAWS OF 2IATU2E porn and Cob Mill whichadmitsofsiateralorwabblfaz motion, wiB, necessanly, soon wear out; oil other CruehwS aw amenable to this grand objection, and the Pronrietori dare not dispute it in the construction of Yom J a '"' rTed power and I defy contradiction; Ihsv lessened fncuon, and I chalienga one word to the ointrs rr. I hiivepreventeds, wabbling lateral motion, and all an compelled to acknowledge it; Uwrefera, laWrt that it lar superior to any other MUL I am do w sellitur this Tea nek inventirm at the small sum of FIFTY DOLLARS. And any one wanting a ' yod thing," is eaxnestlT rt. quMled ioeramiDe the true merits aud principle of this Mill, and order from ths Proprietor tr Agent. A liberal discount made to dealers. BhelbyviUe, ?eaOJ- jg. ms, Moore A Co. M Market street, Nashville, Masa. lac'.nrera and General Agent. ' Beaumont, Fall A Co., CUrisviU, Agsata for Maatgom. ery county. Ab Waiting, FiUaeii,Ag9ntfer Giles coBBiy. Vrm. B.Hunt,Sale,Age:lor Fraakiuieoanty. Tenn. and Jackson county, Ala. James H. Vance; Castilian Sprioga, Agent forBumner UVS4HII enues. oc:j4 lydAtriw JOV TO THE WORJLUi THE ONLY INFALLIBLE" KRlLEDr Hurley's Sarsa-oarilla. OF all the remedies that have been discovered during tha present age for the -thound ill. tbst fl.sh Hh" if to ' none equal this wonderful preparation. Only thr .lV have elapsed slncolhe dUcove,er(who.pnt a "ead. in studying. exponmentaUxin g and perfecting m first iti.mil i it lo the public, and it 1. already re"gnled .h0eT emin-.it physician. tn.II part, of lie Sua; " to b- !, arcrlsinir -ndeCeetlTa ranu.lv r. 1. 10 most ihey havo knowledge. ' of which Allolher compounds or syrups of ths root h.. ki,,--. failed to command the sanction of the !., n"niUlarto being tested, they bay. been found toLSSn n'n."."' 0B dlentf,whicL neutrslUethe t cffJAS,' asd eftenUmei Injure the health of ten.?t.5,, fP".""' with Hurley, preparation. Pen It is not so This is ths pure and genuine extrart .rn. trial, b. fond to elfeet a cfi&! lowlngeomplalnu and diseases - fect ea drta to1' Afi:tloaoftheBone, " Hb.ta, CostiveneM, Krr.lnet... . h -, 7i 1 t--i..,,, ruimooary uiseaset, f.m..9 I"S-lriU.j, flcrofula.or Kin, Art. El..,,!. notoiuis, AD.,e.,.,ofheSktn. t,3,",U"' ..s . wi,,,, UI aiso xsown to ce a rrsat and powerful toalc, p1fyig iheblo.i and lavigorallng thi system. In short, U la withoat exception, tn tho cases mentioned and its general efleet oo ths system, tiiu most otfieacloai. ss it Is most desirable, remedy ofthe sg It Is already nun. stvely used throughout the country, and fs fistobuiatnc an Europe rn repuUUoo. The instances of cures il has effscts srs dally eommt to-ths proprietor's knowledge. nd he has nohMitadon In recommerrJing to one snd sll who desire to procure relief from sufferta.. One bottle being tried. Its ef fects win bo toosppsrsnt lo admit of further doubt tamSx?"I,''S",P'U1U 0,9 03l .aula, trtlct. r Pries one doHsrperbottls.orsIx for fivednii... J.te BERRTAD)iVIfWlT Wholesale Agents. Nashvillt NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. i ?,d.Daod on sections II. -nd klh if' xf'-r I8' 19' 20 Md 2' ' ,oe &B hid IKatMkyRwl-o. Speciflealions, Frcli e. Act csu taeeenst ourOffiea tn Spntgfield. Rcberison county, Tenn. Fatimatet vri,", bo nude every thirty days, abd rl on the day promised. teptll eodAwto Octl. STARK A WILLIAMS. LANGIIORNE & AKJ1ISTEAD. TA BOXES Laaghorns A Arauataad'a Celebrated T eJv bacco, f ait reccired. o17-l- a Ap JOHNiiOir, IIOHNE A CO. w ii 1lV5fT.,CoI2a,Wa Atf..r Maury county. W-M-.lt"' Sl ' Koa".-4K'-nt forrfcmth county' J. 1.. Aikin, Claries ton, Agent for Bradk)T countr W". R- llnnlm i Km. 1.., l . rrualX' .. j , "uu-, Aruku ior xsl 1 Ms- sl SS SWy -.v- V-V.