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NASHVILLE, TENN, SON DAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1856.
NO. 37.-
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UNION AND AMERICAN,
0 FTICS CORNER CHUBCH ANU CHERRY STREETS.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN .siornishea
to subscribers at f 8 00 per annum m advance.
TtaTBI-WEEKLY Is published avery Tuesday; Shuxsdsy
and Saturday, at $5 00 per annum, in advance; if net
paid In advance, 00.
Tr, DAILY ia onbliihed at Eiirht Dollars.
KTTHE HONEY, IN ALL CASES, TO ACCOMPANY
SUBSCRIPTIONS, an
tUmlttaoees of nbscriptjn may be made by null at our
nit , ,
ha paper will be seat out of the State nnlesi the order is
aicornpsmea wiin toe casn.
P5T We wish it distinctly understood that no Fiper will
t e discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at toe
option 6i mo puDiisners.
Fever and Ague Semedy.
mflE cheapest and best cure for Fever and Ague and
i au rerers incident to me season.
HEAR WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY :
We hereby ctrstify that we hate submitted' tie Grssfen-
k. . - tn t I. I-n no4nn (anil
oerg t aver ana Ague wemjay m s c"o .la--"- j-
ecseniine analysis, ana nave w it-wcu "7''" i- -
tin. i n i t-ot-o 1 oCAS r,f intermittent fever. We tats great
pleasure in saying that it has proved completely success-
mi, ana mai it is a most mu""' np.. -v
It must exert a rasst beneficial Influence in all. cases; its
tcnio properties are immediate and highly salutary, and
"it ichfv deserving the confidence" of our brethren ot
the medical faculty and of the public.
Samuel H. Mabrey, M. D, New. York,
Charles W. Keviloan, M. D, Wisconsin,
Wra. H. Simmington, M. D.,Hlinois,
Thos. J. Johnson, M. D., MUsouri,
Wm. O. Kittredge,M.D New Hampshire,
Jemrs T. Molt. M. D., Indiana;
John Y. Terricgton, II. D., California,
Wm. Y. AtLtan.lI.D..XiOuisiana.
lbs competition of this remedy includes those medicinal
subatancea which experienced physicians have long re
sorted to lortpzcial action on the system when deranged
. r. i rt.l..i ha:i:i I: Mm.Av
Dy fevers, Ague aua uecejfti Aruuijr, icauiuujt huiub-
coinro or climatic influence. These are rendered per.
masent, and remain active in this preparation, as a conse
qaense cf the scientific manner in which they are com
bined, la. this Imedicine no metalie salts cn be found by
the most delicate chemical analysis. In1 each packsgeare
itto distinct medicines, a powerral vegetable tonic mat
willat bncecurelhaAgne,acd a box of Pills vthat will
prevent its recurrence, or if taken In time will remove the
catues that promote its first appearance. Price for the
ctctare 60 coats, r or sale dt au uniKslo" iu mo
" ALES. MACKENZIE,
sept24 GenT AgentGref. Company.
(jt'Al'r'KftltKKt; V KG ETA II L K PILLS.
rpHESK cf lebrued rills are In general use throughout the
x tvnole west, anoui ihj.uuo Doxe are som innomij iu
Tionewee. .,
Thrv.r.lnTntiiEhlainlhB fallowing dlieaiM.all of Khldi
rroceed from allowing the Digestive organs to remain out of
t.rcer
Acidity of theStomach,
Jaundice;
Fevers;
Costlvenesi;
Klght.mare;
Bjipepili;
Headaches;
51eeplesine;
ir.uioui oompiaiou;
want of Appetite;
Cramps and Chollc,
BoveiComplalnU;
Xervoui Arfecllon;
Llrer Cocitiltlnts;
'auioi and YomltlDg:
orms.
100 CiSRTIFICATES
from Pbytlclinsfrora every section of the United States, who
cave usea tnes. rim in meir practice, may ue tou, uj u-
iDgontne Afoctsna oDiainme
THE HEALTH ALMANAC FOR 1857.
of which he hujmt received from New York, M.OOOcoples
lorgratmtoai biitriDauon.
ALEX. MACKENZIE,
anrtT 17 College St., Nashville.
: KVr DISCOVERY.
TAME9 NF.UHALGIA LIQUID A certain care for Neu
O ratlin. Kheumfttiim. Local Falne. &c.
This meillclne hal b.en but lately lntrodaced Into Nash
ville, but has already acquired a great reputation.
Hie Hod. A. P Shorn well, M. II. Recertifies that he was
Ktlsckei with Inflammatory Rbeumatlim, and had theeer
tIccj of two FJivilclans.whD afforded him no relief. He wai
nnhltoluin hlmielf In bed. when this DOWerfnl linlmen
carad him entirely In 21 hours. Tbla fact Is certified to by
tnree members of the Legislature, who were constantly with
him.
Price 81 per bottle.
ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent,
sog27 Naahvllle.
jiEKillftl-VS PATENT CJI AnlPION SAFES".
TTTE have b;en nnDointed Ov S. C. Ilerrinff & Co.
' A rents for the above Safes, which we .will Bell for
- .... im niitn ii nTnDI rvnn o 1 n
cam or negotiaDie paper &r ini uAnuxAuiunGino
PRICES IN NEW YORK; with freight, exchange and
insurance added. We have now an assortment on hand
and request all those whoaro interested in the matter to
examine tho evidences that go to prove, that this safe, is
tin INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE, and is BURGLAR
PRO OK as ur aa valuable papers, notes, or money is cou-
urned.
Several cf thane Sifes have HALL'S PATENT POW
DKR PROOF LOCKS, which at the World' Fair In Lon-
loa, in ISM, and at New York In 1858, was awarded a
medal, as Leing the most perfect lock in the world, xivcr
Eiviio BSinf ticked or blown by Powder,
Hundreds of certificates sre givtn from all parts of the
world, in vihich valuable Diners are sbowD to bave been
taken from these Safea uninjured, after having been for
many hours, and sometimes for days, exposed to the most
Intense heat
Call and examine tbem.
Mackenzie; a wilso.v,
Erpt24 If 17 College street
Christmas Dinner.
niPE PEACHES. GREEN CORN, AND
FINE TOMATOES.
TF vou would have the above delicacies in perfection for
L your Christmas Dinners, put them np in the
SELF SEALING CANS.
Manufacture 1 by us, which give universal satislafactlon,
et very easily managed, as cbesp the cheapest as good
as the best rr-.ade rf heavy tin. very carefully soldered.
Those who want lbem had better make early application.
ti the demand is at present much greater than tne supply.
wpt MACKENZIE & WILSON.
rii'LKNlHU STOCK FARM FOR SALE.
T OFFER forsale the valuable Farm on which I now re-
JL side, eituated -! miles foulh of Nashville and 14 miles
touth east of Franklin, cn the Nashville. Triune and Fav-
etteriile Turnpike. Said farm contains 760 acres of land.
f which about three hundred are in a high state ol culti
vation, sutv acreo in crass lots, and the balance well urn-
brred This linne nl the best stock farms in Williamron
ccumv, ab every tiild and lot is accessible to water
throughout the year. The improvements are of the very
first class, consisting ot an excellent brick dwelling with
tsght rooms ; also, nricE Kiicnec, Binote nouse. good ne
irro houses, cotton gin, prist mill, barns, und stables.
There are revsrat never-failing springs on the place, and
b well convenient to the house. It is situated in an ex
ce'Ient neighborhood convenient to schools and churches
The farm is susceptible of division so as to make two
desirablo places. A four horse stage coach runs tri-week.
ly to Nashville directly by the place.
Tsmis One third cash, the balance payable in one and
two years, with interest. Notes with good securities re
quired, and a lien retained for the purrhae money. Come
alive wbowant good homes and look for yourselves; as I
am detcrminod to sell.
For further information apply to me at Jordan's Store,
cron the premises.
sgpti-lm WM. ALLISON
A CARD.
iAll manufacturing daily at my Eclipsa Stove Foun
dry in th.e etty, a good assortment of STOVES AND
HOLLOW WAK'r.,Tiz: Orens, Pots, Skillets and Lids,
Sad Irons cad And-iron3 of different patters, for the whole
tale and reUil trade, at small profits.
Also, Tin, Coppsr and Sheet Iron Ware, ol the best qual
ity, at low ligares A lew fine chamber tetts of Hrittanla
Ware, end No 1 Refrigerators, on hand and forsale low.
ParticaUr attention paid to Roofing and Guttering with
Tin or Copper.
jjr OldCnppar, Pewter, Brass and Scrap Iron taken
1 n exchange for my manufactures. 11 P. DORKIS,
angl fan No. 8 College BtM near Church st
JEW DA VII), OK HEBSKW PLASTER.
t ilHE Great rtemedy tor Rbecmatlem, Oout, Pain In the
i- Side, Hip, Back, Limb and Joints Pcrolula. King's
Bvll, WhlteSwelitng, Hard Tumora, fttifTJolnu, and all ax.
ed r-alc i whatever.
where this Platter 1 applied palncar.no exitu
It hat been boneficlal In caws of weaknoca, euch aa l'aln
and WeatnoH in tlie Stomach, Weak Llraha, Ijimonei, At.
tectton of the Lun?a in their primary stages. It iliiroeln.
tarnation by perspiration.
JarncsL lioyd, Vlckeni district, South Carolina, teatlei
ttnt.byita utoalooe he was cured of KbeumaUsra lubuth
of hit knees, of toveral vear Handing.
The following was banded u by a respectable Physician
luueorca:
Motiri. Scovll A Mead Genii: I have been utlngyonr
Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Ilestor very extenelvrly in my
jtjcucp for ihreo year, pait, and it it with pleasuro that!
ttat my belief In their snperlarlty oer all other articles,
with which I am cpi timed, fortbepnrposea for which they
tie recommended. The Hebrew Flatter, especially, l. an
universal penaeca for local pains. 1 hare also found It a mot
ciceilent application forHpraina and Brnirei. ltriveauni
vouRlmtUfsctlon wherever med. Srt 08MN,M I).
Knoxville, Ga., March 4 lb, M'Si.
$y Bewaieof Counterfoltaand hafe Imitations.
ibe genuine will tn lutaie hsvo the signature of K.Tsv.
lot on the I'.eelplsuesgrated on the label on the top of each
bux.
Parchuers are advldiedthat a mean counterfeit of this ar
tulaii n existence.
tn x etiuine is cold b lit, and by our agents appointed
tbroigti he South, and no pedlar it allowed to sell It. lieal
cria m i' archaseri geuerally are cautioned agtlon buying cf
any but our regular egei.u,olber lao the ulllbe Imposed up
ta by a worthies article . SCOVIL i .MEAD.
Ill Charires ttreet. New Orleane, Slo General Agents for
the Southern statu, to whom all orders uiut Invariably be
addreueo .
SoU alto by Kwin Brothers, Berry & Demovtlld, A H
R.uco I'hoiuaa V. rile and G V Ilenderthott, Nattivllle,
Tdan.,and by Ul olhur Druggltta Ibrouth tbeStalo.
jAnl?-lydAUIw.
TO T1IEPUIJHU.
H
AVINU lull posse.9iiU tf my Auction Kixinis 1 am
ready to receive corsignments.
HbNJ. r . S111EI.US.
wpt9 tl No 42 Public Square.
REGULAR NAMIV1I.LE AND CINCINNATI
PACKET.
rpHE commodious and substantial fast F&tb
L rcnr.lcgstoc.TKer SEVENTY SIX. LrfeVsWS'
P. K Basaar, Master, is fceld in readi s?gS-gfa
nes by the first rise of water to reeume her regular trips
us above during the coming season. For freight and paia
k.e, having superior acccmmodstion, applv on board or to,
agptK tt H. H. HARRISON. Agent.
FREMONT NOT ELECTED.
I HAVE a good lot of Negroes for sale Among them
several No. 1 Cooks, an excellant Black Smith, a Shoe
and Boot Maker, and a good Barber, and an extra fancy
Hdy. CU quick If yon want good bargains,
ieptir-tf RKES W. PORTER.
N. B. I also wish to rent unti ristaas next, a fine
rcoa cader Odd Fellows' Hall. PORTER.
nashville and chattanooga
EAILEOAD
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER
TRAINS.
rr0 take effect on aodarterSATORDAY, 21st of June,
X 1B56. layfaSsengerieaTeaiiaaa?ui8 6.wo,
arrive, lit Chftttanoosi. at CCS. P. M.
Night Passenger leaTesNashrille at 5, P, II., arrives at
nhnitanooea at I 50, A. M.
Day Passenger leaves Chattanooga at 0, A, Ii, arrives
at riashviiie ai z.iu, r. -u.
Night Passenger leares Chattauocga'at 9.15; P. M.f ar
rives at uasay-iie a. o.o, iL. ju.
june21. n. I. ANDERSON. Sap't.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTAAOOGA
SPECIAL X02I0ET0 SHIPPERS VIA SA VAXNAB
TO XASliriLLE.
AS the Nashville and Chattanooga'Railroad Company
has notified and reminded the Central Railroad Com-
pany of Georgia, of their Sommer Rate, and it does not
seem to have been noticed or recoimised in the hand-bills
of that Company recently distributed in our city, we take
wuwKuuuut latormiog uie inercnauia ana cmppera oy
that line, that the rate will be SI 85 ner 100 lbs on 1st Class
Goods, and not 1 25. as the hand-bills renresent tl 5 is
ine average through rate on iirst uiass uoods irom tne
Seaboard to Nashville, but is subjected Jo tho 10 cents ad
ditional in the Summer and a deduction ot 10 cents per
lou ids. in the winter, which mate tne r&to as per oar
advertisement;! 85 from June to Uecembe", and SI 15
trom December to June. 11. 1. AMJtKSO.N,
June 21 Sopenn'endent
THE SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT
ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES
FROM ALL POINTS SOUTH AND WESr.
Ocntral Gliio
AND
Baltimore and OMo
. RAILROADS,
RUNNING TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OHIO, AND
DAlXl&lUKb, HZ liUUllMI
BAGGAGE OHEGKEJ THR0UG11 1
rpHE ONLY ROUTE by whiih throueh tickets to Wash-
JL ington can be procured, to which point as well as to
Baltimore, it is ffii snonesi, most direct and m every re
spect tbi sost reliable route. It is the only route by wV ich
purchasers r,f Through Tickets tci New York are tnat.lt d
to reach the cities of -Baltimore Philadelphia and New
York, at the cost of a Ticket to Ne Yw.. thuj en
abling Business Men and Trarelc jfor ple isura or infor
mation to visit four of the principal cities in the Union for
less cost than can be afforded bv unv other route.
And it is the only route by which Through Tickets can
be had to Richmond, Norfo'K, Winchester, Fredericksburg,
and Petersburg, Va , Charleston, Havonnab, ilacon, At
lanta. Aueusta, Berkley Springs and Bedford Sprincrs.
Passenirers from NasnviLuc take the Stage Coaches of
Carter & Thomas, or steamers on the Cumberland river,
to LotnsviLLi, connecting there with the United State.i
Mail steamers to Cincinnati, or with the JctFirsonviIlu
Railroad to Indianapolis, Ind.. make direct connection at
Columbus, Ohio, With the Central Ohio HiUrcad to W heel
ing, whence close connection with the Baltimore and Ohio
Kauroaa is maae to wasamgton city, miumore, rniia.
delohia and New York.
13?" Passengers holding Throuzh Tickets f-om Mem
phis are transferred at Cairo to the cars of tho Illinois
Central Railroad, trom thence passing through Terra
Daily Trains leave Columbus, at 10 A. M., 8:30 P. M. and
1! P. M.
S5T Travelers are requested to noticj that while this is
the only route affirding Through Tickets to all the Eastern
Cities at the same rate as charged by other routes to Xiw
Yarkordy. it is also the shortest, most speedy and direct
to all the leading points in tho East. The distance from
Columbus to Baltimore is only 576 miles, being about 100
:i - i . v --..u . i.,. .. i .i rri-,
utiles buuiici .ion juik. iuu uv uuv iniici iuua iveru
are less changes of oara-by this route, and confequently
less aetenuon, man dv anyotner.
Een T he road is ballasted with broken stone and is
entirelv free from dust
For turtherinformation, please apulvtoD. G. RUMSEY.
Aeent. Nashville. Tenn.
For Through Tickets apply in Lnnisvillo at the nrfi-e of
me u. a. jiati steamers, or at me jeusrssonue ttauroaa
office, Alain street. wm. a. wuuusiue,
Master Transportation II. x u. ii. it.
JOHN M. SHARP, General Western Agent,
jnne 25
FOR
PIIILADELFIIIA, NEW YORK,
SAVANNAH b CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LINES
CABIN PAaSAGE 30: oTEEKAUE 5.
The well known first class Steamships
Keystone Stats,
CAPTAIN R. HARDIE,
a:;d
State
of GeorgI:a,
CAPTAIN J. J. GARVIN,
Will hereafter form a WeeklvLine to Philadelphia, sailing
every Saturday, alternately, lroin aavaunau aud Charles
ton, as follows :
The Keystone Slate will sail from n&vunuau the follow
ing Saturdays July IBtb, August 2d and 10th, Septem
ber 6th and 20th. Leaving Philadelphia alternate Satur
days.
The State of Georzia will sail from Charleston the f.d-
lowinc Saturdays July 12iU and 26th, Aucusl 9tb, 23rd.
and 80th, September IStti and 27th. l.eaviaz Philadel
phia the alternate Hainrdive.
In strength, speed and accommodations, these ships n re
luuy equal to any running on tuo coast inland narra
tion, 100 milua on Deis ware River and Bay; two nights at
sea.
FOR NIAGARA FALLS, THE LAKES AND
CANADA.
SUORTES7 AXU CUBA PES 1 ROUTE.
These Lines both connect at Philadelphia with the Great
i privilege of stoppine fit I'hiladclpbi:
mediate points, lor Eile by the Agents iu Savannah and
Charleston.
Xf Fare to Niagara or Buffalo. t28: to Elmira. 26:
to Canandaigua, $27.
Agents at fhiladelphia, UEKON i MARTIN
Agent st Savannah, C. A GKE1XER.
Acent8 at Cbarlehton. T S. & T. G. BUDD.
jy 1056 -Emd
TO MERCHANTS,
W1:
E desire to call the attenlioa of Merchants vipitinir
Nashville for tho rurpo-e of purchasii:2 their Fall
Stock of Gcods, to our Tery complete aad extensive
stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, GUNS. PISTOLS, Ac
We are gratified iu being able to ofier to the Trade h
most complete and extensive assortment of TABL.E AM'
POCKET CUTLERY, embincing every variety of sty!.-
and quality, which Is daily being increased wim iresu nr
rivala imported direct Irom the principal manufacturers
in Europ, which we are prepsred to sell at very low
ngores.
Our stock ol HARDWARE in all the variti is p-ob-sbly
more complete and extensive than any th' harp ever
been offered in the Nashville market. We nl-- keep a
large St-ck of Cotton, Ilmp and Manilla Oorda ;n of all
sizes, Dufnur'a Boiling Cloths. Machine Beltinir. Steam
Packing and Hose, Ktvets ol nil kinds, Iron, Bras-) and
Copper Wire. Sheet Zinc, Block Tin. Farming Imple
ments, Corn S'-ellets. Straw cutter, Wheat lhrashers.
Page's Patent I'cttable Saw Mills, &c , Ac All are invited
to examine our stock beforo purchasing elsewhere
MACLY A HAMILTON,
47 Collego street.
CIKCt LAltNA.SA.Ml.HAU 31 ANDKILLS.
A LARGE lot of Circulur Siwr and Mandrills of all
j-ist ierwd 'iv M.tCKY AHAHllLTON.
I 1. -V IM ES AND ISUACKM.
I IHi' rrceir-d trie very Urgesi assortment of Planes
t) uud Hractsuud U'ttserer i fTered fur tale in Nash-vi-le
M iCEV i HAMILTON
S.U A;E lUTTP'tS.
w
T 71. Iiavr j iRi reccvi-1 a lot of Sansige Cotters ti
sipfri'T artu'e ere-y Ii la-? ke-p--r should hive
ibepti
JIVIIY A HAMILTON.
INVITEh the attontionof all those wanting an ELE
GA.Nf COACIf. a ceit ROCKAWAY or ItAr.OUCHE.
or a choice BUGGY, to his large stock ct his Ware rooms
n lxiwer Market street fsept-1
I'KOrOSALS
IOK M'-K
ton puijlic
It! IL1)I..
SEALED proposals will be received bv Je??e Thomas,
Frq , Surveyor, Lemuel K. Anderson, Efq., I'osiMaatec
and Jacob McGavock, Lsq., until the twenty-fifth day ,;'
Septecnbf r next, for a s nitable site lr i building tr .tl"
Eccorr.modation ot the Custom House, I'osi Ofli. I'nitfd
Sttes Com t, and Steam Boat Inspector?, .Nashville,
Tenn. Corner Lots will be preferred, an- none are eligi
ble that ore less than one hundred hv one hundred
fteU JAJtES (1UTHIUE,
tDt7 tl. Secretary Treasury.
WAsnixoTox. I). C A of- W.
BELLHOU8
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE.
is",
WILLIAM McTEER, PRoraicTon.
coaxta or uais axd state steski.
KF Four Horse Mail Coaches leave daily at 7H o'clock,
A.M., for Montvale Springs, juce 15 -tf
RAILROADS, &G.
NAHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
Rates of Freight on, Produce to
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH,,
TO TADI EF7ECT OS ATOAFTXB THE
FIRST DAY OF JUNE NEXT.
AT a recent" meeting of President and Superintendents
of the various Koads connecting Nashville with
Charleston and Saranah, the following rat"j of Freight
were adopted.'
FIRST CLASS.
Feathers, Wool, Flour in Sacks and Books, per ICO 1 1 40
Beeswax, Ginseng; Pink Root, Cotton. Rope and
Ea?m'ni?. HeniD. Star Candles. SoaD. Lard and
Iiicsced Oil and Window Glass, per 100 $1 00
THIRD GLASS.
Leaf Tobacco in lihds, per 100 60
Whisky, per birr6l $3 00
Beef and Pork, ner barrel.. i 2 60
Hour, per bbl 140
Brooms, in lot of 0 dozen end upwards 1 00
To ore vent overcharges the Airent of the N. i C. Rail
road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation of
too articles aDi re at the rates as specuiea, unttt mruier
notice, ii. i. AnLir.Kau3
mayl4 n p o aupenntenaent.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILUOAD.
rpHE Great Central Route, connecting the AtUnticcities
X. withWestern,Northwestorn,and Sonthwestcrh States,
by a continuous llailwav direct. This road also connects
at Pittsbnrcr with dailv line of Steamers to all porta on
the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with
Steamers to all ports on the Northwestern Lakes ; making
the most direct, cheapest and reliable route by which
KL1UU.T can be lorwarded to ana irom tne ureal iven.
Ratos between Philadelphia and Pittsburg :
FIRST CLASS. Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods
76e per 1001b
8EC0ND CLASS. Books and Stationery,
ury uooas in ones,) Hardware, Lea
ther. Ac
60c per 1001b
THIRD CLASSr Anvils, Bagging, Bacon,
and Pork, (in bulk,), Hemp, &c
FOURTH CLAS3. Catleo, Fish, Bacon,
60s per 1001b
40o per 100&
and 1 ore (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil,
lour 11 per DDI. until mruier nonce.
Grain 60 cts.per 100 lbs. until Inrthcr notice.
Cotton $2 per bale, not exceeding 500 lb3. weight, until
further notice.
ISJ" In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila.
delpbia, be particular to mark package "iu PiiladepAii
Railroad." All Goods consigned to the Agents ofthis
Koad at fhiiadeipnia or nusDurz win De iorwaraea wun
ont detention.
Fmienr AanxTS. Hams, Wormley A Co.. Memphis,
Tennessee: K. t . Sasa a. Uon St. Louis: J. ts: ilitchell &
Son, Evansville, Indiana; Dumesnil, Bell and Mnrdock, and
Carter & Jcwett, Louisville, ivy.;K.u. aieldrnm.iladison,
Indiana; Sprigman & Brown, and Irwin & Co., Cincinnati;
N. W. Graham A Co., Zaneaville, Ohio; Iech A Co., No
51 Kilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 Astor House, New
York; No. 1 William street, and No. 6 Batteri Place, New
York; E.J. Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw A Koons, Bal
timore; Geo. C Franciscus, Pittsburg.
H. U. HOUSTON, General FreigU Agent, PhUa.
H. J. LOMBAERT, Suf'l,Altoona,Pa,
Jans su, usij wbi.
PENNSYLVANIA HAIL KOAD,
rrUIREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia
JL and ttttsburg. TllrJ ilUKJilU ilAlL thaia
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7K. A- U., and Pitts
burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M.t and Pittsburg
for Philadelphia at 1. P.M. THE NIGHT EXPRESS
TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M, and
1'ittsburg tor rtiuadeiptna at iu, i-.ai.
The aboTe lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads
U and from St. Louis, Mo.; Alton, Galena and Qhicago,
Haute. Madison. Lafivette and Indianapolis. Ind.; Cincin
nati, Dayton.Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo,
Cleveland, Colnmous, Zanesville, Massillon, and Wooster,
Ohio; aiso, with the Steam Packet Boatc from and to New
Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati.
Through Tickets can be had to or from either of tbt
above plaess.
Fur turther particulars, see Handbills at the different
starting points. Passengers from tho West will find this
tho shortest and most expeditions route to Philadelphia
Baltimore, jew i on or Boston.
THOS. MOORE. Aaz.fr. Paaeaaer Liuee. PklUdi.
J. MESKIMEN, atxr,Paeuugtr Linet, PMebwg.
l'hil.ideiphta, lsc jans ly
FAKE REDUCED TO $12 50
2
PROM NASHVILLE TO JIEJII'IilS.
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia,
Wavnesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
15o miles railroad, and 1C5 miles turnpike. Leaves Nash
ville Sutidavs, Wednesdays and Fridave, at a. m. Ap
ply at the General Stage Otlice, opposite tie Po3l Office.
oecz-j ti.
TTTALL PAPERS.-3.0CO
V T pieces 25 cent paper just re
ceive-?; cire tcreens, large variety;
Tnndcj Paper Testers end CenUr
1'ieces. on nana ana inr eaie or
W. W. rl.NN.
mav7
23 Public Square, corner Deaderickst.
Fo F. Fecit
IS now receiving a number of beautiful style " Conpeo"
liockawavs and Birouches. He has nleo a complet
Rflioitmcnt of Buggies, both of his own and Eastern Manu
facture, ct hi j Warehouse, lower Market street.
julvm if
Ltll'OKTKD MALTA JACKS.
XT'ORialt at my Plantation in Williamson county, fo
JT cafh or on time. FIVE BLACK JACKS, three vca-s
old, imported from the Uland of Malta, of pure blood.
ALEXANDER M. WALLACE,
Gciieml Commission Merchant,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
ATLAXTA, UZOKUIA.
WIL OIVT! SPECIAL ATTEKTIO.V TO THE SALE f T
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, TOBACCO,
&C, &c, &0.
Birn TO
O Wallace. Knoxville, Tenn., Toole. Bro.AC'o., Mary-
ville. 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, Dau
dridge. Tenn . Vangn A Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, H
M Jackson, Athens, l'cnn., Poullain, Jencnga A Co., Au
gusta, Go., John Cunningham Greensboro, Ga., F W Lu
cas, Athene, Ga., John Wingbeld, Mad.son, Ga., Carhort
Rrff. Macon, Go.. F T Willis. Savanna. Ga. nov7 ly
APKAII COXLSr. S. L. JOHXS0N
CON LEY & JOHNSON,
fSnccessors to McClure A Mooro.)
No. 10 ltroad, and No. 91 South Market Si.,
Nashville, Tenn.
KEEP constantly an hand all kinds of Cooking and
Heating Stoves, plain sad ornamental; also, Tin
ware, Grates, ic, Ac
RoofiDgand Spouting dona with neatness and despatch.
Sheet Iron and Copper fork for Boats, liollin Mills,
Furnaces, Foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap as
tb.cheapest. jan!8 ly.
D. W. BCS3SLL. T. J. SCOTT. O. ST. CAE1CO,
RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO.
WHOLESALE 0R0CER3 AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 50 BartPWAT, NAsavuLn, TrsNissEx.
NE RANKING HOUSE.
jou:; d. jAtits. a. wnEUrsa. David n. jaui
JOHN I). JAMES A: CO., s
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to the Rank of Nashville,
XASIIVILLE, TEXX.
II. LANIER tV CO.,
Successors to Hart A Uollingeworth,)
. - .- vt i. . . ii . . .
it o ) u.utKUb obroei, latuvixio,
WHOLESALE GROCERS As DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
OPl9 nsrw
Dyers v co.,
auctioneers and commission merchants,
uartsv1lle, tesnessee.
will runcaAsc or sill rnooccs and propebtt or sveey
nprSD utscBin-iox.
FAHE EEDTJCtD TO 7 FK0M NASHVILLE TO
JACKSON, TFKN.
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Hsilrood, Columbia and
Waynesboro. For seats apply at the General Stage
Otlice. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri
days, at 6g a. m. dec22 tf.
L1UKAKV OF WIT, KOMASOE AND RAUINESS
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 w6m.
Box 4210, New York, P. O
7 HE SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBITION
or THS
TENNESSEE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE,
Will be held at Odd Fellows' Hall end the State Fair
Grounds iu the city of Nashville,
OCTOBER ICtb TO THE 20in, 1856,
In connection with
THF STATE FAIR,
And the Fair t the
juivtd-ioti Connty Agricultural Society.
MECHANICS, Manufacturers, Artists, the Ladies all
who wish to display the results of their labor, skill,
ingenuity or taste, whether priied for use or curiosity, are
invited to contribnto such articles for this exhibitionT
Articles n a delicate or perishable character will be de
posited at the Hall, Machinery and heavy or bulky articles
articles will be shown at the ground of the State Fair, at
both of which placet the most favorable arrangements are
being made for the display of all articles contributed.
Tho Hoard of Directors confidently appeal to the citii3ns
of tho Stata to lend their encouragement to this Fair
whichcan best be done by rendering it worthy of public
patronage.
Circulars containiog fall particulars of the arrange
ments cau be had on application to either of the under
signed, WILLIAM STOCK ELL, President.
ALEX MACKENZIE, Sntwin'L
teptlT tf J. F. MO KG AN, Secretary.
FOUND. A sum of money.
teptSS 8d.
P. P. FECK.,
SALE AT COST
0!
FINE JEWELRY.
CONSISTING of Ladies' and Gentlemen's
BREAST PINS, FINGER RINGS,
LOCKETS AND EAR-RISGS Alio,
GOLD AND 8ILVER WATUOES,
VEST CHAINS, SEALS AND KETS!
GOLD PENS, PENCILS, Ac,, Ac.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
I will sell my entire Stock of Jewelry AT COST, on
lurce ana si montns creou, lor approvea notes, eatis-
ucioniy endorsed. A. vuiui-,
Eug31 la Commission Merchant, No. 06 College sL
1500
CASES OF HOOTS. SHOES AND HATS.
FOR THE FALL TRAD 21.
Robertson & B&s&iell,
NO. 14 COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE.
WE have now In Store a very large Stock of Boots, Shoes
and Hate, to which wo wish to call the attention of
country Merchants and the pulilio generally, and which we
win sen iow. kjut aioca is mncn larger man nas ever been
uucm vj uin uuuki buu nciiacicucu.
We feel confident that merchant laying In their Fall and
Winter Stock, will And Ittothelrlnteiestto call and examine
our mock before purcnaslDR elsewhere, end we pledge our.
selves to glye general satisfaction to all who ruaylavornt
with a call.
Onr Hctall Stock has been very carefully telectod, and we
feelno hesitancy In tajdng that those who i.urciase In this
une, win oe pleased upon an examination or our Stcet.
We ctkyouto call and examine some cf the finest Stock In
ins mantel.
Oar Stock of Brogans for Plantation use ia very full and
can't oe ueai.
We respectfully ihvito the Planter i to jive us a calL
au'30 2m o
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS
ARE now receiving and opening fresh and desirable goods
suitable for the city and country trade.
coksistibo or
Ladies' fine Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed.
" " " " with heels,
" " Kid Front Lace Gaiters,
" Kid Side " thick and thlu solej, '
" ' Black Lasting Gaiters, "
" " " " " with heels,
" " Conprees Gaiters,
" " Kid Boots, thlckand thin sties,
' " " " " ' with heels,
" " White Kid and Satan Slippers.
" Toilet Sllppors, plain and fancy,
ALiO
Children and Misses shocsol every description.
ALSO
Grntlemans'wearof eveiy description.
Their stock of heavy goods Is largo and of good quality.
In short, all persons wbhlDCOVXids in lliclr line will Ami it m
their 1 mere to call at No. 28, Public Square.
aujs) aYUtiK fc FKIZZELL.
NASHVILLE BILL AND BRAE 3 FOUNDRY,
No 17K 8onth Front Street.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
AB. COOK, practical Bell and Brass rounder, succes
. hot to Weller A Cook, is pnwed to manufacturr
to or er. Bells for Churches. Steamboats and Piantstm .
Also, Steam Whistle, Oil Globes, Cvlinder, G i
Fountain and Stop Cocks, Hose end Salt Well Joiav i CD
Mountins. Anti-Friction Metal.
All work made by me with neatnessaoddis? . ol the
beU mati-rinl.Rt low prices, and warranled. pnlS ly
GAS FOR COUNTRY HOUSES AND
STEAM L'O ATS PATENT BENZOLE GAS.
County nnd Stale Hiclits for Sale. The only
Ileiizole 3Iachiuc that will give a good light.
rrHE entire apparatus is simple; occupies but little room.
JL requires little or no attention except winding up,
sirrtlar to acloek.
The rxpime is one third less than ordinary Coal Gas;
and makes the most handsome and cheapest light in the
1 1 Ti I . - I . , .
nurm. u can ue M.eu in practical operation at iienacr
son A Urns., Deaderick street.
Any persons wanting their honses lighted con beBup
pled immediately, they having made a contract for the
lurmshiug ff Ouvidsou county, and solicit orders.
Information concerning Stite and County rights, can be
oaa Dy applying to ji. iv a u. e,
ans 21 CherrvPtreet, Nashville.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
TKANSPOHTATION OFFI CE, N. & C. K. R. I
Nashville, September , 13J0 j
THE Draymen of Nashvillo having discontinued re
ceiving froods at the Depot, Consignees will hereafter
be notified of the arrival of their goods and furnished with
a bill cf freight due on same. Anyone presenting the no
tice and paying tho bill will bo recogoizsd as the autho
rized ngent of the Cousignea Tho responsibility of the
road terminuses with the delivery of the goods, and claims
lor dtficiencies and damages wili not be allowed after de
livery unless by consent It being the duty of the agent
to have in bi3 possession evidences of delivery, consignees
or their nyenls vrill be required to reseipt for all articles
as delivered. Notices for all consignees wbofe place of
business or residenco is not known, will be sent to tho
Post Office. CHAS. W. ANDERSON, Agent.
N. II The object of tho ab ve notice is not to give
Consignees any unnecessary trouble, or compel draymen
to assume rcpmsibilities that do not legitimately belong
to their business, but simply todeGneltie position of the
road, leaving merchants and dravmea to miks their own
arrangements. cepUS - ti J C. W. A.
NOTICE
TWENTY THOUSAND bushcl'sHye wanted immedi
ately, for which the highest market price will be
paid. U, 8 FftEJ.011 A HON.
anc27lf n
ADiUINlSTirATOR'-S NOTICE.
TyiLL be sold to tbe higheft bidder on the Farm of H.
' Petwar, dee'd, on tb? 8th October, all tbe Mules,
Uorsei. Catlie, Hpc,Ao lcrolls. Corn. 0t, Fodder,
and Rye, Ucuschold and Kitchen Fnrnlture, Ac., Ac, be
lorgirg to Slid dee'd.
Terms m.de known on day of sale.
JOHN S. PF.TWAY, 1
it- Tr--ntrr , -t i
tt. i ui it i f , . .
G. W. PETWAV,
tept2S-Ca.w J. K. HUME.
r aqui ra.
J
LAND WARRANTS HO TIGHT OR LOCATED
I WILL ay cash for Land Warrants. I will also bay
old Misf-uri and Arkansas Land Palents, issued about
1618, tosclliers of 1512.
I amalsooreparcd to locate Lend Warrants in South
Western Missouri, on th line of tbe South Western Mis
souri railrotd, in connection with a gantleoiau who his hod
the selecting of more than 2,000.000 acres of railroad land
along the sde of this road. For farther particulars, terras,
Ac , enquire of tbe undersigned on Cedar street, over the
Post OfhM (septlO) J. G. FELLOWS
! LAND FOR SALE.
IF appliiation be made within one month, I will pell r.n
accomnodating terms 102 acrec ,.' i -,. eig'u m:les
from Nash;il'e. on thoG'illatin tnrrpike. ot or tear the
first Depot oflheNarbville and Louisville Railroad. This
land is well improved, about leventy ncrea cleared and
the bilanceln wood. It is tbe place forevrly owned by
Judgo Halch, and known rut Roen!on'e. The soil is su
perior, and tie neighborhood ore cf the best in tho county.
sept20-lm A. 11. gliANKLAND, .teent.
2i5 Cherry street
PIANOS, iHELODEONS, MUSIC, .V-c,
THE undersitmed has jn-t received and opened f jr in
spection, the largest strvk ct Pianos, Melodeons and
.Musical Merchandise ever offered in the City of Kocks.
Ths attention cf everybody is invited to examine and
judge for themselves As mine ia strictly a Mcsic Busi
ness, purchasers may rely upon getting the very best ar
ticle, and at the lowest renumerative prices. To whoie
sale customers I will sell at a per cent on Eastern prices,
bo that ill ey. can save freight, besidej dingers of trans
portation. Sc'hbols and teachers supplied upon the very
Lest terms. .
sept21-lm J. A. MnfiliTIRR
WHEAT AND IJACON.
WE deiire to parchas? Wheat and Bacon, for '
we will pay the highest Market value in cash.
for which
29
JOHNSON, HORNE 4 CO.
POSITIVE
OaGHTHrx
THOMFSOIV & CO.,1
FALL AVD riNTEI
BEY QOQBB.
1 85 6.
rpiIOltPSON & CO., are now openlnz a lanre and varied
JL assortment of FALL AND WIXTfiR DKY GOODS,
tv e would nk particular attention to our Btook this season,
ii oeing compusea ot every ining aew ana aesiraoie to ue
found In the Eastern markets, which vein determined to
tell as cheap as any house In tho city. All we ask Is an exam
ination of oar block to prove It. we take great pleaaurs In
euuwing oar gooas.
SHItK
We have a large lot of Silks on taDd, vnrvice from fX) cts.
per jam to $108 per pattern. Abeanllful line of Silks all
uvr jaru, waicn we catin any qnaniij to ami purcnaters:
SPLE.NDID FLOUNCED SILKS. Brocade flonnee,
.. Satin do
.. .. Jaspa do
.. .. .. Velvet verv fine.
.. .. f'ireveoliig; vrry fiand-
uni una new; stripe ana piaia mies oi an xinu anaqoa:!
tles; plain and reptallk, all colors; blaaX Silkt of all kiadi.
Catjltmcres anil IieLaineb.
Oar Steele of Woolen Dress Goods embra-es ever thing In
iui, iii-0. i-ita sua ngurea. Afeijiine., in say qnaDiitjr;
Plain Cauhmeres.ab Hnds. Plain Mertno. all KIdum
Palm Merino., all kinds. Rich Oatbmrre palturns for
iiuuoj, ,ooii iaius, oi an sina.. uomoaune j Aiuaccas;
IVramethasj'l'atnese Cloths aad Mourning Goods of all kinds.
IICO fiDOd. '
We would call the attention ot the Ladira i our Stock of
Lace Ooods, in It they will Sod something; to rivue tbm In
price ana taste.
Fine Val. Lace Pollerloe beautiful article;
New stjle Lace Bershe very fine;
Kuw style Va J Lace Capes;
New atyle Val. Lace Setts very fine and entirely n.w;
Newat)le Point Lace, do.
Sew atyle Black Thread Lace f-lts eiy desirable;
. . . . Lace Collars;
Trimmed, do;
Ifandkerchieio;
very ncn t'oiul Lace Bridal Veils; Handkerchiefs, etc., to
match, v al. Lace; Point Lace; Miperdne Lace, and real
inreaa u,i large insorv-Dent amnion naua.
L'.iuio.ilerie!.
New Style Liubruiaeitid'Muslin fu,
.. .. .. .. Collars,
Handkerchief!,,
Embroidered Skirts, Embroidered dre-es jib.
Jaconet and Swiss trimmings a larpr let,
Flouncings alaigeiuu
Linen Edgings andlnssrtlugj.
Embroidered Muslin Caps new and chop,
.. Caprs ut aadbeauaful,
For tlie atic.
Rich EmbrolderedSlIk UaU iio mid beautiful,
Merino flats ieand b.aaLful,
li:iun9LS
Silk Bonnets
Fin- Embroidered Merino Cloaks,
.. .. .. Blanket.
Eoibroldrrea bodies and bab dresei of all kinds.
Fine Embroidered iluslln and Lace trlmmad Cap..
These' things are very desirable, being-new and cheap
ftil.bit.
Oar stock of Blbbonsi. torj i-ugsaiul well aborted
Klch Moire Antique Hibb.ii,
.. Brocade Hibbon,
.. Jaspa Stripe Klbbon,
.. Plaid ribbon.
Plain Ribbons or all kinds, anil rich east RlbLans.
CloaUN aua Miliwli,.
We have now in store a larzu Ii.tof low stile Cloaks. also
men eivot laimes,
.. Cloaks shawl pattern, new
.. Cloth cloaks ne,
.. Pluth cloaks very new,
Very Fino Broche Shawls,
.. Stella Bordered Shawls,
.. .. Plush shawls new,
.. Bay State plaid ehawlls all sJodt,
Gentlemen's traveling shawls
Ladies' traveling shawls.
Gentlemen's Wear.
Kich French Cajsiinerea new style,
.. Stripped Casslmeres new style,
Plain and Plaid casslmeres, of all kinds,
Black French Cassimeres,
Cloth,
Blue French Cloth,
Kich Velvet Vest patterns,
.. uncut .. .
Rich Silk vest patterns -black and fancy,
Kich Ca.hmer. vestoatterns.
All kinds of Uovs' wear. Gentlemen', endu-wur Rlitln.
.i.. ...
U1DVCS nnd Hntlorr.
Ladies'. GeaUemon't and ChlUrens ninv.a tn crrAat
. J t
Aiexanare-s Kid moves; Hack Skin Gloves,
Cashmere and Silk Glove-, plash lined,
Alexandre silk (plain) and Baglan Gloves,
Lisle Berlin Glo es, lined and unllned.
Taffeta, flush lined, Gloves, etc., etc.
Black and Pearl Silk, and Flesh colored How,
imw on, uuau. i lusu iiueu ana maul.
Cashmere, Lambs' ool and Afnacca Hose.
, Lambs' Wool and Alpacca
Children's Fancy and Plain Wool Hone, of all kinds
f-l .Fll tllu T. .1 ..w.r. I.. ... .-(.-
Elegant Lace and Embroiilered Muslin Curtains,
Embroidered Muslin for Curtains, by the piece,
Kiel, Satin and German Damask, all colors and kinds
Gimp Tassels, Loops and Cornice, to match.
Carnets.
In this line w Intend to excel bvkeilBrihalrr.ttrt
in Ibediv, and selllne at reasonable nricea. Havlnir a lurra
stock on hand, and being desirous of selling as many aa pus-
siuio ueiore reuioTingio our new nonse, we mmK It wonld
be to the advantage of those wishing to purchase Carpet to
take a look at our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Kich Velvet Carpets, fluer than usually brought to this
.urn u
Kich Brussels and Tapestry Carpets,
3 ply English and American Carpets,
Ingrain Carpets, of all kinds,
Cheap Carpets, of every description.
Fine Mosaic, Velvet and Brussels Rugs,
lleor and Parlor Mats, in great variety.
Doincstlcundllousc Furnishing Goods.
Beautiful French Chintz, all qualities,
English and American Chintz, all qualities,
Eneiih and American frints, in great variety,
Ballard Vale Flannel, something that will not shrink,
V.'elh and French Flannels, Ttry line,
Opera Flannels, all colore,
Bay btate Flanntls, white (ereat Job.)
Linen Table Diaper, all kinds.
Damask Tablo Cloths and Napkins,
Colored Table Cloths and Napkins to match,
Russia Sheetings, allqualitlcs,
Kussla and HuckabuckTowellnc,
Fine Damask Towels.
We havo on hand a large stock of Staple Good of every
UESCZIJJUUII.
THOMPSON ct CO.
tep 6 21 Public Square.
warsos r. cooke.
Late of Uainsbcro' Tenn.
JlSrEB x. B1ILT,
SAMCILC OODSnilt,
COOKE, BAILEY & CO.,
WnOLESALX DIlLkRS IS
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, RONNETS;
AC, &C.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE NA8VILLE, TENN.,
WE are now arranging for sale our FIST STOCK of
tho above Goods, which, having been carefully se-
iccieu, auu purciiuseu upon iite most uvoraoie lerms, will
be found well worth tbe attention of Merchants.
a We invite an inspection of this Stock, confidently be
lieving tliat we can supply those who may favor us wi:h
their trade, with handsome and durable Goods at such
prices as will enable tbem to compete Bucces&fully with
Merchants who purchase at Philadelphia.
t3F Our termof credit is six months to nUille deaUre;
ana we win make a liberal discount to com ouyers.
aug22 d2m COOKE, BAILEf A CO,
NEW FALL AND WINTER
GOODS.
ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO.,
No. 41 Public Square.
WE would inform oureustomers and the trad generally,
that we now have In Store nnd ready for sale-a very
large and desirable ttock of FOltEIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS, and READY MADE CLOTHING, suited to
the Fall and Winter lrade,and which they are disposed to tell
Ktas mall advance.
Our presont stock will be found much larger than usual,
embracing aflneassortment of centlemen'awaaraml Ladlr.'
DRESS GOODS, surpassing both In quality and brilliancy of
i-i-io nnu jiaiicrni any oi our lormer stoett. uur line or
White Good.,Kmbroiueries, Ribbons, Lacet,Trtramlug.i, Ac,
will also be found equally large and attractive.
Our Stock of READY MAuK CLOTHING ts unusually
large and well adapted to the approaching season, andhaving
paid particular attention to the getting np of this artlcls, we
are prepared to offer Inducements to those dealing In It. Wa
thereror tollcit a call from Merchant visiting onr market,
and shall take pleasure In exhibiting to thsra uur stock and
prices. ALLISOS, ANDERSON, di CO.
aug23 2m
NEW GOODS.
A. M O R R iS0 N & C 0.
WUOLIS1LK DEALERS IX
FANCY AND VARIETY GOODS,
COMBS, BRUSHES, BUTTONS,
THREADS, GENTS' FURNI3HING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, HOSIERY,
GLOVES, JEWELRY, TOYS, Ac,
No. 72 Exsr Sins Posuc Square, NasnTitXE, Texk.
WE wonld inform onr friends, and the trade generally,
that we are now prepared to exhibit tbe finest, and
best BKscrted Stock, in our line, ever brought to tbe Nash
ville market We solicit an examination cf the stock and
prices, believicg that we can offer inducements equal to
anv Jobbing House in the Variety line, Eaet or West.
Those desirin? to purchase will oblige us lo call, ex
amine our Stock and prices and judge tor themselves.
aug zs im A MUrtfClSU.l & UO.,
NOTICE.
THE undersigned bave purchased the entire interest of
D S Shepherd, deceased, in the business of Gardner.
Shepherd A C , and willcontinne that business under tba
some stylo as heretofore. EDWIN 8. GARDNER,
septa 1W tt.v.Jl.lUUA.HallU'UERD.
GARDNER.SHEPHERD & CO
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Shoes? Hats and Straw
GOOBS,
NO. 50 PUBLIO SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
WEhavenowinstoTeatourOioSTiatD, n very largo
-and superior stock of
HOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND JAPS.
suitable for Winter tales, which we would like lo exhibit
to Merchants visiting this market.
septa xy UAitu.itii, cutruiirvu a w.
STEAMERS
NEW YORK, BREMEN & SOUTHiVMPTON
UNITED STATES MALL STEAMESS.
rpHH ahli
fn50ni?ri,l3thl ne are WASH
llNuTOls. Cant, r- r-...., tr r. t.
JL
MANN, Capu Edwird HigglTt. TheW:5
mersttop atSoathampton.both gotng-and rtrtulSa?
raorosED tiat. a ..... ,or-
-- - ..imait-uju
From
New York.
Saturday.
From South
From
Bremen.
Saturday.
Feb. 23
Mai S3
Aprtl'19
ampton for
mw ion.
Wednesday
HERHANN
Jan.
WASHiaOTON...Feb ia
Feb.
HERMANN Mar 21
WASHINGTON. ..April 19
HERMANN May 17
WASHINGTON. .June 14
Hermann Jniv ia
Mar
April
May
J una
July
Aug
Sept
Oct
Nov
Dee
May IT
Jane
14
July
13
AUg
Pept
Oct
Nov
9
VASHINGTON...Aur fl
IIEKMANN....Sept 6
WASHlNQTOX...Oct 4
HE KM -NN....,..a0T 1
WASHINGTON. ..Sot 3
4
1
Not
29
Dec
27
Dec
Sloopmsr at Southampton, both eolnir and rutnrnlnr. tluiv
uum --c.ir rs prveceuing to Aionoon ana navre.aavaniaget
overanj oihur rouie.for the economy of time and money.
Pav.;e fromNew York to Southampton and Bremen, First
Cabin Saloon. 130 dollars: First Chin. Lnvftr .Salnan. lia
dcJIirat Second do. 6a dollan.
j All letttrtand newspapers most past through th PottOf-
NobilIsoriadlnrnillba.lrti!nrr..rAt..iT.rf n th.
An exporlenced Surgeon la attached to each ship.
For freight orpatsage apply to
CROSKBY or COSouthamnton.
WM.lSBLfN, Havre. Jan23-ly
CAHIN PASSAGE FROM CHARLESTON
m mr TO NEW YORK,
TWENTX-FIVE D OLLA11S ,
United states Mail liiue
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM
SHIPS.
Through ia 48 to 53 Hours.
SEMI-WEEKLY.
Nashville, ISOOtons, M. Berry Commander.
Marion, ItOO tons. W. J. Foster. Commander.
Jas. Atlgcr, 1500 tons, 8. C.Tnraer.Commander.
aomueruer, l.uuutons, 't rios, wan, Commander.
..JTj LEA Vtb Adaers Wharves. every Wednea.
SSS'? da aad Saturday aftir ibe arrival of the
ISSaaKg, cars irom the Koutu and Wot. "at hlzh
watsr."
These Stcamshioa were all built axormlr for thia
Line and for eafetv. goecd and comfort era nnri-ntHftd nn
me V0031.
Tables supplied with evervlnxurv. Attentive and conr.
teoua Commanders, will insure Travellers bv this Una
ot ei( puuiuie couuori anaacmmmoaationu,
u.Um1N(H .............
Hteeraze oassase 23.
Forfreichtor passage, havin? elerant Sti-teRoom Ac.
ssmmoaauons, sppiyio
UENKX MlbSKOOM,
Comer East Bay and Adgor'g Sooth Wharf,
fcblS'56-U CharieatcQ, H. O.
EXPRESS NOTICE.
JUEMPIIIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL
ROAD.
rrUE "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY" have mad tar-
1 rancmenta with the abov Railroad for a Dailv Ex-
press Lice, end are now prepared to recetvu andlorward
Freight, Packages, Ac. by Pasaeneer Trains to Uustsviile.
Decatur, Tuscumbia and intermediate stations on the M.
A C. and N. A C. Railroads. Small Packtgas at reduced
rates. '
3f Messengers leave Nashville daily at 7 o'clock, am.
SJ Freiehta to be forwaraed bv Exnress will be called
Trrm nrUVAnt avh .V.. . L- llArm
IUI IllUlUUt 1. UlAIJJOi JX A. Xi W.. 1 ,
apra Agt.nL
Fn rt r. .... n. i.
Influenza, Astlima, lironcliltiu, Spitt Iuk
of niood and all other Luitc Comptainta
lending, to Consumption.
THIS preparation Is getting Into use all over our country.
The numerous letters wa receive from our vaiiooaa-
genta, informing us of cures effected la their Immediate
neighborhoods, warrant us in aaylng it 1 one of the best, U
uufc uiu vurjr uvnjjua iiivuiciDti now oeiorv mo puouc
.the very worst catos. When all othor Cough preparation
i. aioiu.b inranauir reiieres ana not sniroauentiv cure
nave failed, this ha relieved the patient, m Drugyists,deal-
art ia Aeaiunet, ana rnysiciana can testuy. tK trie Ageut
w jour nearest town, wnaina Doen ma expenenee ot ue
effects of thia medicine. If he has bstn stllinilt faranr
length of tlmo he will tell you It la the best medicine extant.
ceiow wo give a few extracts from letters wa have receiv
ed latoiyregaraing me virtu jsoitms menicmo.
Dr.S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., ittys: I bave been
using your Liverwort and Tar verv extensively in mv nrae-
flee for three years past, and, It It with pleasure 1 stale my
ixjiiei in us superiority ovor an oinsr article wrutwuca-'t
am acquainted, for which it It lecommended.
Menrs. Fitzzerald dc Brennert. wrltlnerfrom Wavnasvllle.
more popular in this country.and we think Justly to. Aft
whohavetrleditaneaklncommeDdablstermioflt.andtav
. l - a ii u ui 1 a, i, .i b atuia . 1 ta uctValirE VI ill I T
u ia Tory Deueuciaiin alleviating uia complaint orwnicnil
recomraenaea.
Our Agontln Pickens District. S.C.. Mr. S.K. MeFall.
as-iiretuamatheusetitwithgTeatbenentlnhitown family
anarecommenat it to hit neighbors." lie gives an Instance
la negro woman In hU vicinity, who had been aufferla?
r 1th disease of the Lnncs for yean, attended with sorer
cfU;h,who wa rolieved by the Liverwort and Tar.
Such are the srood reports wo bearof thl Medietas frnn
allparts of the aouth. For a report of the surprising cures
It has performed In the Western and Northern and Eastern
States, we would invite tho s offering patient to read the pam
phlet which accompanies each bottle. Toal we say, have
hope, have hope!
Try tbe Medicine'.! Be warned In aeatonUI And neglee
not that oouzh which Is dally weakenlnr vour eonstltntlnn .
Irritating your throat and lungs, and Invltlnt on that dread
dlseass. Consumption, when so soo thine and healln? a rem.
edy can be obtained aa Rogers' Syrap ol Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and base Imitations. The genuine
aruaie l tignea Anarew nojors, on the engraved wrapper
around each bottle.
Price. Una Dollar ner llottle. or tlx nnttl.a fnr Plvn Hol
lars. Bold wholesale and retail by SCOVIL Ac MEAD.
in u oar ires m. bet. uoatt and St. Louis, ri.o., sole Agent
orlhe Southern Sta'es. towhomall order and XDnlleationa
for Agencies must bo addressed. Sold also by
i-wia uroinnrs, uorry ct uemovue, a.K. Koscoe, lbos.
Wall. I I- II ,,.... v t in. rr ' . .,
1-uiu.MU t. llCUUttltUUH, 11B3UI1U4, 1VHI1 , UU Oy ail
Other Drugziststhrcrughlha Stata. anl2 dAtrlwly.
CRANE'S
Patent Metallic Burial Casket,
PATENTED OCT., 1855.
Fsiuiicral ITntlcrtafcinar.
WOULD respectfully Renounce to the citizens of Nash
ville and the surrounding country, that they keep
constantly on hand,
COFFINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Liuw?t"3 FrnQ l!,e celebrated MeUlic Burial Cafket, (so
'""'""mucbadm'r-'d by all who have seen it,) to tbe
plainest servant's CsHia.
Also, elegant IIEASE3 and HOttSfitl. together wltli
everything necessary for funeral, ilr. John 11. Curry, an
undertaker of twenty ears' experience, will give his per
sonal attention to thabusiness AHofdnrsIettatourStnre
Rooms, No. 8 Cooper's buildings, Cnerry street opposite
the Gazette Office, will be promptly attended to, both day
and nighL W. O. V. BOEilMS,
D. W. RUSSELL.
Jonx H. Ccsw, Agent, jutyST
W.' K, CORKEfilUSj
AOEST TOR TflE SALS CF
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
IN J1IDDLK TENNESSEE.
Funeral Undcrta!insr9
NOTWITHSTANDING tba recent Fire, we ore still in
operation, ready and willing to attend on all Funeral
occcnioos when called on as usual, with everything that
is necessary on such occasions. Ofibo and Ware Rooms,
No. 88 Deaderick street, ia tho houoj formerly occupied
by Oram & Shepherd, where orders may be left night or
day. JJ W. McCOMBS,
jalyg'i By W.B Coaxenta,
NOTICE.
THE Stockholders of the Citizen a Coal Company are re
quested to make psymen to the araennt ofthel
lock subscribed when called on or they will forfeit their
ixount or stock. G. 11. VANNOY,
fulvIS SecTy.
" Bscclsior" I !
AT the grtt trial of Agridillitral Implements in Nash
ville on the 4tb, 5th and 6th of June. 18C6
THE "EXCELSIOR CORN COB MILL" WAS iWARD-
ED THE HIGHEST PREMIUM,
as will appear from tbe following; extract from tbe report
of the committee. They say
"Of Corn and Cob Crushers there were 8 entries, bnt
inonseaueace of some accidental breakage, only two
1. Excelsior, by J. C. Baldwin (Learitt's Patent)
2. Joyce's Star Mill, by H, S. WeJIer. Little Giant, by
0. H. Anderson.
Both these Crushers sre constructed on similar mechani
cal principles, and use about tbe same power; bnt tha
judges gave the premium to Baldwin's MilL It seemed to
have more capacity in g given time, bat its chief superiori
ty consists in its having moveable rings, which constitute:
the grinding snrlace, and of course tne wearjng surface.
These grinding curfaeai are cast iron, and can Da re
newed readily and at little cost. This gv.es mors dura,
bilityfor Iss money."
The above Mill, lor Crashing Corn and Cobs, or grind,
log meal for family nse. is furnished alt complete, iriii'
two pair of grindXiij nngt, tvlieh make ii eqwil to two
mUi, at theiow pries of 450,00.
Address JAMES a BALDWIN 4 CO,
Je27 nitw4ff 87 Collcg street, NishrtUt.Teia.
Ayer's Fills.
Are Canaj trie alox lo an extent neT8 Isclfew
known of any JlciUciao. .' .
Invalids, read and judg&foryowselVes.
JULES HAUEL, Etqhe well known perfumorof Cheiant
-jucn,, fuiiauipiua,vnosacnoio9 pzeaRcts are Jotiaia
almost every toilet, aayt.
ulamhacnT to tar of remr Pititiitm Pp... iv,rri.M
found them a beuot faaiily medicu for eommoa use, Uua'
any uther within my knowledge. Many of my friends fcuT
realiwd marked beoeau from them, and cotneid with a
In bllevinz that thev noaseaa extraor.iln.ro virtt... r. ..
vlng out dlMSM and eailajp the sick. They are not only etv
feciual,butiieaadr4oisaat to be taken, ousU-Jea which
must make them valued by taa pubUc, atrx tier j
known'
TOmnn,?sbSiu?tSllorWAHflLAW writes trom Baltl-
Dr. J. C. A.J-hirt 1 hara tiVin rr;nt PiM ti.-..
inrlng. A fow dout of vacr PUIi enrad ma. I i.T.JZ.ZZ
juur Cherry Peczsral many years la my family for courts
aadeoUs wlta unfailing succors. Ton mak aedlelia
which care, and Ifetl tt nUn,.i,iwn...j
tood you have done and ere doLuar." '
JOHN F. BEATTY. Ea Saeretkrv r ih -p.,-r.T 1.
Kallroad Company, sayt:
PenntvlvaaU Kallroad Oflw. 1
C4..,.i, , PblUdelphia, December 13, 1333.
Sir : I take plaatma to adding my twtimony to thoefl Lrr
of Jour medklnts. hiTins- a.Lt ,T . 'T'
from the use of both yourral aCatt0,
ent.to: be. Willi mTmeaa, w,U 2 eT,r ooo
The widely renowned S. S.brKVE5S,aL.TJ..of Wtot.
worth. New Hampshire, writes r ' "n
' Having uted J oar Ctbatu Pun lc ray nracttce. X
certify from experience, Uat they are an Invaluaila purr
live. In eases of disordered function or the Uer, caatSr
headache, lndbrtstton, ccsUveneas, and tho e real variotTof
diseases that follow, rhcy are a ecrer remedy than any other
In all eases where a cureallva remedT u mmnM l - "
dently recommend tac.o Fill to the public, as tupetior to
anv other I navo over found. Thav araanra in thf..u-
turn, and perlectly safe, qaailtles which make item an lava!,
nabi article for pubilocto I have for many ytankscwa
your Lcerry reciorat as- the beat eongi medicine la lis
world, and tbeto Fills are in no wise Inferior te, tb-f.Hmir, .
ble preparaticil for th treatmsnt of dlsceios."
auto.-, ilalcs, NoT.SS, 1833.
"Dr. J. O. Atks Dear Sir: 1 have Leon fatrtH
my birth with 3crofala In lu worst form, and now. aftor
twenty years' trial, and an untold amount of suffering! kav
been completely cured In a tow weeks by your Fill. WlUt
what feeling of rejoicing 1 write, can only ba tmirlaed
when you mlixa what 1 have suffered, and how loar7
Never, until now, have 1 beenfrea from this Icothsorae
dls.asw ia .om sha do. Attlmsa U aiurk. no ..
mad mealaioatbUud, beside the uneudurabii piu,',
JMhorttt ieWedlntha scalp of mv bead, and xiwtrZ,im
nair, aad hMkeovraaparuybaldallmydaisj omeUmeU
cama oat ia my face, aad kept It for month! a raw tcr.
.. nA,. 1 IL,B WeeU e 1 commenced taking jourCalhs
Ue PiUt, and now am .utlrely fre. from the complalau Mr
eyes are well, and my aUnU fair, anl my luarSjeam-
mcneed a keallhT rrowth alt ot -which r.i. - T.VTT
ready a new perioL '
" Hoping tau ttatement may b the mean of eour-Ttsz
tnforrnailonthatahall dagxxl to othert.Iaa. wtS eVr
ntlmntofgramadB, Vourt, te!T
. MAH1A HICKE2.
" I have known the above named Hurla Ku-V.- r. k
childhood, and her statement ts strictly true.
ajuaan j. MLS i, EVE,
Overseer of the Portiraouth MaEmxrtnn,,.!- m
Capt-JOEL PKATr,orthihipMarlon,wiltriomBc-rWB.
SOth April, liSl: iuarwvoH,
' Your VtllsLa-fo cured me from a bilious attt-i- tw
arose irom derangement of the Liver, which cad rjecoma
very serious. I hod tailed of anv relief bv
and from evtry remedy I amid trv. bat -. to .V,...
your Fills hat completely restored me to health. 1 tavo
glren them t my chUdrra lor worm, with tho bcsteSooa.
They ware promptly cured. I recommended them to a
riend for coatlvenett, which bad troubled htm for monihj
ha old me la a few da) thy had cured him, Voa mxta
taa best medicine in the world, and I am free lo tar o.
ii-. uu uuu ui. uiMuiKuisdwu .:uiici.i;r oi lqu aunrarXaA
(-'..... w1.AU -.111... .kit..... V . . , t-.Ma.
i-wit) -v-j ui iiiiaii , uiutuv, SIMS HITH CV WVU
kiiown, iiQt only In this but the nelghburlng States -
N'sw CmxAjts, Jth April. lSJt.
" Sir : I have great ssllifirilon In aaaurlnr vnn iK.t m..tf
and family have been very much benefitted by your medi
cines. My wife wa cured two jean since, of a tavere and
danaerou coucb. by tout Chsrrv i'ectiir.l. .n.1
ha aojoyed perfect OMllh. My cnildren Lavs eeTeral tlaa
been cured from ananas of lbs irmiienn and croup by U
It is so Invaluable ruined y for these complaints. Vonr Ca
thartic Fills have cured mo from, a dytpvpsia aad cctiT(r
neu, which ha grown upon m for soma years tcdead.
thl cure la much mora Important- from, taa fact that 1 had
failed to get lallef from tba best Bhyalclaca which thia aivw
Hon of the countrj afford, and from any of the humerou
"Ton teem to us. Doctor, ilka a oraTldestlal blo.n. t-.
oar fatally, and you may well tupposa wa are not BnmlsO
iBtoiit soursrvspacuoaiy,
Eisti CiUaiiia, Ohio, April 3th, ISM.
Da. . C. Avia Honored air: I hits raada
trialof UirtCaitorUo FlUs, left ma by jour agent, xtdbav
been cured by them of Uva dreadfal iiaeamatlsm under whio
he found me tafferisf . Thus first dose relieved oe, tvsd a
few subsequent dotM hav'a entirely remove 1 the utscato.
I feel In tetinr health bow thatt for tome years btforaC
which 1 attribute entirely to the effect of vou, f:.m.---2
Pills. Yours, with treat rc-n-sct,
rr-, .a ' ,, LITCIC3 B. MUTCAtF.
irPTht. abovd ao all from cersoo who u. nnhii.-
atnown vintra they.rel, aad who would nut make theao
BliwuivuM rviuiw-ut m u-wnj uii OUUTICUOO utai later WerO
true. I'zeparinl by
DIl, J. C. AYER,
rxacrtcaL AMD A.-iatvTlcat. Luznirr.
Aprtl LoweU. Mai
V'OUNU AMISIUCA.
AGENTS wanted in every county m this and aJJcdais?
States to sell tta above new aid tmpro.ed LO't.N
AND COR iTIILI.- To 4IT ssch. ram c.r,
make money will be oifered . KxciamTe Statj and t onatr
1 . "... . , . - v ' 1 1 . 1
I pnviiegts mu w a-spesea oi ca SBtttasily t.r ttsof. by
I PBUcation to the Proprietor.
I i-AXtir.its jixtu SIXIV.H. KAISEKS.
i offer you a Cors and Cob M.:l nnsurrKsma,! - ik
itl- Ft-y ..hlZ iJ...,J-JWk"?5,-3.Uw
'71 i7hZZ7rZXLZ
I S ..TT T.!auT '-. taiuxraEa
eU Corn aod Cob. per hosrwith ewe horse-, u easily filar J
up and mariaget!; wtngUa 810 It, aad as all contact cf the
grinding surtaee is prcrsated, will Iaat any farmer sa or
dinary lifetime. I speak thus of Us durability because liu
same principle, his been fairly tested in tho bttl Hark iliii.
Wcotsittbat.WBuU
-- a.waiw hh.v, a 111 utaaU q MJ LJ DUJIl.
A MILL ON TRIAL
for one month, uod ifit den't give complete satisfaction tu
return it? It thcra beoay m-cn tbri4clispos&!,iethira ttwr
speak. cUtislactioats warranted in cTerjcase, or the mon
ey will bo refunded. This Crosu.-r ca.ii ha ot'-u-h.i -
horse, water or a team power, whxh readers it the most
couvenieai jaui auutuot auason d ana LflXon a ''pr All
other CruEterinowln ths south requira too raBcJi r-owir
or will soon wear odL According to
TBE LAWS OF NATnilE
a Cora and Cob Mill which admit, cfa Utoral or tvsJtbliBa
motion, will, necessarily, scoa weur out; ail other Crniutw
areamunable to this grand crtyectwo, aatt tha Frcpretors
dare net dioputo it. In ths constrcoliQu of "Yotrsa ut o.
ica, i nave gained power, um defy contradiction; 1 Jars
lessened friction, and I cliaJJensv ooa wwrd to thn nmn.
rr. 1 have iiravented a wabbhsir toicrol motion, and all sr.
cooorwUeil to acinowlodK it; therehM-e, 1 assart that It is
tar superior to any ewer situ, x ato cov Seiucg Uds Tea
Cessee invention at theuBall sum of
FIFTY DOLLARS.
And an- one wanting- a "good thioy." Is earnesflr ra.
quested lo examiU'S Ibetraa meriti aridprindplad ofthis
ilill,aad rdcr from tha Frcpnetcr cr Agents.
A iioerai uicouoi msao to ueaier-L
J. P. nrtOMnnnr
8helbyville,TennOct.'65 Boia Pnrpriewr.
AGENTS.
L'l I : . t f a. r, Q .f.aa... ...... .- I 1 1 a.
au.a, .i.uuio atvu.c, duuA-i -n ct., .1 uXUTUiV, amo
lacturerri and General Agsnts.
ueaumoni, Faiia uo uiarzsTUlr, Agats at Moatgoa
ery county,
Ab Wot tin a. Pulaski. Acentfbr Giles county. '
Wra. B. Hunt, Boiom, Agent for Franklin ooaatT, Ttsn.
and Jackson emmty, Ala.
JameeB. Vance, Castilian Spriagt', Agrnt forBtsnosr
county.
J. W. Hatcher, Columbia, Agentfor Maarr ctjenty.
W. M. Bell, K U . Hone, Agent for Smith eotinty.
J. K. Aiitu. Chacleston,Agnt wrEludioy county.
W. K. UunLsy A Bros, Loudon, AgentH for iiut Teouetv
ec. oeU4 lyditriw
JOX TO TUB tVOULUf
THE ONLY liTFALLIIiLB EHilEDY
Hurley's Sarsaarill.
OF all lbs remedies that bave ba.c dlicavcrtd during tie
present ago for tha "taouand Ll tbat flnh. Ishv-lr to
none equal tbla wonderful preparation. Only thraa years
have el.pied tizao the ditcovrar (who spent a deesiUIn
ttudjtng, cxperimcalallzin; and parf-icung It) tint Introduc
ed ll to the public, and It U almady recognized by the most
eminent physicians laallptrt of Ue country to to lbs meet
urpitslagandcaectivsrsotody fur certain olietuiMOf whlda
they have knowledge.
AlIothr eoropoandsor yrnp ofthroct have hlt6rt
failed to command tha sanction of thw faulty, became, OS
bolng tested, they have been found to eoattin noxloa Ljr-e.
dientt, which neatraUx tt e good, e Cetu of the tansassrubu
and ofUntlme Injur the h.altb of tho pattint. It It ao( to
with Hurley' preparation.
This Is th pura and tenulne extract of tha root; and will, on
trial, be found tttr tn a carUlaand perfeclcarebf lhlL.
luwiug cumjuaiBat anu uiKaiet ;
-Aflectlon of the Cone,
Debility,
Disease of tb Kidneys,
Dyspepsia
Erjslp-olas,
Fmala lrrtgnlarltl.s,
Fistula,
And all DIt9uoflha Skin.
Habttcsl Csetlvesaa,
ladtgectloo.
Uver eocsplaJat,
Klea,
Pulmonary Disease,
eorofola.or Kls't Erfl,
ajfblals.
Besides conn; tba abova, It b also knows to bo a great
and powerful touts, ptulrytn; ths tlsidand lnvlgcraUng tba
system.
In short. It I without exception, in tha eat: rccaUose4
and it gen.ral (ITkI oa tha system, Iho most saciclous, as
It Is most datlrabU, remedy oftheage. It is already eaUn.
tlvely need Uuoathout tho country, and I ftstobtainlsc an
Kuroparn repuutton. Ths Instance cf cart it haa effected,
ara dally earning to lb prvprietor's know led je, tad habxs
Dobetttatlaoln rcotameid'mg If toons eed all who dtira to
procure relief trom aadorlnj. One bottla being tried. Its aC
recu will ba tooapparest to admit or further douLt.
lhjcollrctHarlej'tSariafarlUxU tha only genulna artlela
In tha market. ' ""
jry rrle one dpBtr per bottl,or sU for Sts dollar.
FSr tale at tho manufactory, corner of Seventh snd Grsea
jtreets, 1-oulaville, Ky. Alter, whotaaalo and retail try 11. 0.
BCOYlL, and ty dealer hi AleUlctna throtu-aoa, tlattM
Btatet, Ossxda aad ZlaxJco. ianSJ ddtwly
BERRY & DE2-10VILH
Whnlmalf. Atrerit.. tiithrW-
NOTICE TO CONTIIACTOIIS.
SEALED proposals will ba received until tbe 1st cf Oa
tobarfortte Gradisffjtricl Jo3rT..op lec'lon 11,
12,18, 14, IS, Id, 17,18, l,sa and Ji of tbe EdgifiaW
and Kentucky Railroad. Specineattonj, FrcQ e, act, cas
b seen at oor Otfies tn Springfield, Kebertsotf etostr,
Tenn. Estimates will bamtdaarery thirty daj, csd rIs
on tha day promised,
teptll id&wto Octl. STARS & WILLIA1I3.
LANtTuOUNE AHMISTEA If.
tA BOXES Langhorna A Armlaiead'i Ceiebratail ?o.
tJJ baceo, lost received.
ugl7-lw sir JOHNSON, HOBSB CO.

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