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OJr.There i wasan-tfror izqurrticle on tba 2?orthcm DeaiocTicy in - our issue of - .jcstetdi morning the fault of tha composites. In epeak-: , fog of theirjnlae, it read.erpJcia" instead 'of .J'fyeoiota." .alteaiiifferencfc- ' X " Democratic Bxebictte "jat Mpbt3Eesboko. J?irocS desirous of btiog pyesiat at the .Democrat-' io BaVbecuo 'at .Irfurfreesboro. oa Thlrsday next, -go- and return in the regular tram .at half pip-' ' Tie beneSt ol Mrs Ward, .-on TW night raujt bavo been a source of much gratifioa ' tioa to'hcr as ca actrw3, for the v?a3 complimented with a very Cn9 audience, who seemed mucbpleas ed .rith'the performance. She repjated Meg Mer .riles again last night and appears again.at Mr. and Jilrs. Greeks' benefit to-morrow night. '- Seo the advertisement of "State. Fair" in another column. This meeting is for the purpose 6f rcoacluding lho arrangements for the Fair which commences on Monday,. the 13th, and which-bids fair, to be, by far, the most interesting one ever held in'the State. It is very important that all interested should attend this meetint?. and we have no doubt but tbey will do bo. As Accident. As some men were engaged yesteidiy in blas'-icg rock for the basement of Hrj. Douglas & Co's new building, one of Jhe number, WnillrsDj, an Irishman, was severely, if not Ja Tafiy," iBj'ared'by the explosion of a blast. Four !'bfst3'were to be fired and Hinds thinking tney had all exploded, approached, -when the fourth blaet went off, throwing him violently on a heap of WcTa causing injuries upon the back portions of his head ecu neck, Ircrn wticli it u thoughtthe will not recover. - Tceitee. To morrow night our citizens will have an opportunity of testifying their apprecia-. -tionof sterling worth and true dramatic genius, the occasion, of the benefit tendered by them to Mr. and Mrs. Greeks. Mr. and Mrs. G. have been,' with "us a lopg lime, and have contributed much, cot only to the amusement of bur theatre-goers, but to the uplifting of the drama. Each, in their' role are inimitable and their loss will long bo felt amcrg those who have been so long used to listen-, iaj to their delineations. Tbo pieces selected are the Love Chase and .Dffltxy Eon- Id the former p'ece Mr. G. m SiV William Fondlove, and Mrs. G. as Widoio Green, have no superiors. The. flatter-piece, we have nsver,Been but, if well dramatizedfjt certainly would be "a good thing to have" in 'the country." It is utterly useless ta say anytfiing about Old Join? Geiese or his wife, for everybody knows them everybody admires them and of course eve bed will go to their benefit. They deserve a houso fil!eJ from bottom to top. Let them have it. Tns Jewish Holidays. The great Jewish feast of NiW Yc:r, or Rasbashonab, commenced at G o'clock on Monday evening Iast; end continued from then until the same hour on Tuesday. Mon d ij WE the 1 st day of the month Tisri and commenc ed the Jewish year 5017. Orthodox Jews through cut the world keep n, as their forefsthera have done for tho last four thousanB yesra, by sbstain inr; from all kinds of business, and with grateful hearts feasting on etch dainty that tho market af fords or their means will permit. On Monday week, they will keep ihtir great annual fast day, when after a hearty supper they will entirely ab stain from uating, drinking, snuffing, and smoking from 6 o'clock of one day until 6 o'clock on tho following. When this grand Penitential day, dur ing which all confers to God their ains and short comings, has coma to a close, eight day3 cf joyful holydijs arc kept up. The tables in ejery house ere Icaled with good things. A cottage is built, covered with gems and adorned with tho choicest end.most beautiful plants and fruits and flowers. Coming from the Synagogue, the roof of this cot tcga is opened and thiisks are given to the Supreme ruler of tho Universe, for His benevo'enee and His gusrsndship over His chosen people. A week af ter ihistho great Jewish Holiday Season is brought to a alo58 by tho observance of tha day that com memmates the ooming down of the Prophet Mo sea from Mount Sinai, with the ten commandments engraven on the two tables of stona. This day is celebrated by a feast, vLen the best and purest wines, nd cakas and other daintier are sumptuous ly provided. 'I'Le tour yrand holidays are each kept for two or iluee dss, hut with tho exception of the single Penitential day, they are all seasons cf jladacss, rjoicing and thankfulness to God -Ti,ese holidays ere not itriclly observed by thoEe designated as Reformed Jew?, who change many qiihe ancient forms and ceremonies, and instead cf (Hnfcimiog to tha ancient land marks, adopt their observances to rucd?rn times and notions. GsooKEBS Millinery Establishment. Yester day was the Fall opening day of the above estab lishment, aad prompted by a dosire to sea sorae thing'Very nice nswell as to be in fashion (as near ly every body, we thought, was there,) we went (long 'with the: tide and looked at the large and tine display of millinery and fancy goods thero to be kcii. Mr. Crooker has broughtou a very largo nd vajit'd stock, embracing all the articles belong iag io the trade, of every style and quality. The sJoak of lonets, flowers, ribbons, trimmings, head drcos, ta, is lar beyond what we expected to sp. The Obit qualities of these various styles of goods arc indeed supeib, surpassing anything we have ever seen. The bonnetB, particularly, we look upon a the prettiest things in that line ever intioJuced to the cotton of the public. Mr. C. i3 prepared to sell millinery goods at whoksale as well as re! ail, and country dealers de eun to purchase will do well to examine his itock. Dtiiocp.aiic Barbecue. All persons desirous of coatrlbutisg provisions for the usd of the barbocuo csiniog off on the 21st lost., will deliver tho snxe st the State Fair Grounds, on Monday 20th it st. Aris Bbowk, Ch'mn. STATE l'AIU. A rattiin r.r Ids Cuuaty Socioty, tbe llechanic'd Insti tat aad tbo RTictiltar&l Bureau will be held at .tler clinnl's i:icliaiir;c on Tuesday the 7th at IO o'clock, A. M. A largo amount tt baainesd in rvgarJ ti the .Fair re ir.tina to te dime, and it U Lopei tbal there may be a fin tad pcDctuil bUndacce. The ofCcsra ot the three Sneiitiei will also meet at the Fiir Grounds i Thnr3day oext at 2 o'cl.icfc. V. M. Octi St II. J JOMIffc gshvillo Thsatre. C0UPL1VIENTAUY BENEFIT TO MR. JNO. GREEN K, Tendered to htm by the citiiens of XashrilU. 5I5S. T. Vv'ARD will appear as Constanca. MONDAY EVEN IPG, OCT. 4, 1S50. "VTIJI be presented the admirable Comedy of LO YE CHASE. Sir William IcadloTC MR Gkkeke. Widov Greene Mas. Gbeiss. Datw by Miss Mary Partingtm. Te coccladc wilb tho beautiful Drama of OOMREY & SON. TRICES OF ADMISSION -Dress Cirda and Par- at.Ar. lTrnrr (Circle Me; tTolnnl llni SOffr fiolnrsd Gallery 26a I'ltvito Boies, (eiclasire ritht) $10; Sin'gfsf SfftlB.'lO SI. Doors ojien at 7 o'clock, P, M.; curtain risas rrtcisclvnt fl. P. M. " A'UTIUE. AH e!c:tion will be held at the cl;c ot tbe Tennessee Marine and Fire Insurance Company on MONDAY, Jib 6th of October, 1S66, for tho election of Directors to serve for tbe ensaing tnelv months. s?itS4-Ecl A. TT. BUTLER, Sec'y. OF DEMOCRATS' ANDOLD LINE WHIGS ?str- "AT COOKVILLE,-TEtm."1 a ,MjigDTtppTOmpti, 1856, ;at'whichtime.end place there will begiven,a ". -. FREE. BAkBEOUE. 5 The, following gentlemen hava been fnvijed.to at- r "tend Jhe melting. " s": Z 'Gov. Andrew Johnso r), Hon. J ohn 'BV Savage, 'Ex.Gov.,A V.Brown, " A, Oullom, Hon.' James C. Jones, Gen. J. G. Fanfs, " Andrew Ewing, CobE. L. Gardenhire, Col. James M. Davidson. JAMES WILLIAMS AND 'JOHNL. HOP KINS, ESQ, - Will address tha friends of tbe-Union and-Gon- atitution upon the questions .of the canvess, at,,the followibgjimes andjlaces: Coop's Creek, Wednesday, a Opt 1. ' Sem-Robinson's Pikevills, Toliett'aMill, - - C.-ossville,-J Grassy Cove, Sulphur Springs, Belleville, . Kingston, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday,. Tueadayt ' Wednesday, rhursdayf - -2; '3. ii 1: 8., 1 t Friday, Campbell's Station, Saturday, 11. AH are respectfully Invited to attend; LIST OP DEMOCRATIC BARBECUES. "j.There wilr-bo-Mas3 Meetings and free Barbecues given by the Democracy at the following times and places: C!arksvill8, Montgomery county, Tuesdayi Oct. 7. Duncan's Store, " u Wed'y.. Oct. 8. Big Eock, Stewart county, Thursday, October 9. Dover. " Saturday, October 1L Somers' Store, " Monday, Oaober 13, Allen s, ilontgomery county, Wednesday, Oct. Io. uarton s ureeir, Dickson county iriday, Oct. 17, Charlotte .. " Eaturdav. Oct. 18. Eli Wiley's, " Monday, Oct. 20, Robert G. Payse aad other distinguished rpeakers will be present and address the audience at each of these places. A GRAND DEMOCRATIC UNION MAS3 MEETING AND BARBECUE Will be, hold at Livingaton, Ove.'ton County on FRIDAY OOT. 10TH, at which Yime Gov. A. T. Bbowk and Col. ThomasL. BuAsa-baD, have prom ised to speak. And Gov. Jones, Col. Ceozhb, Col CncRcnwrLL, end others of Tent.esfes, and TTon James CHRL?MAii,of Ky., are existed. Let whosoever will, come! There is union bread enough and to spare. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Gov. Andrew Johnson and James M. Davidson, Ejq, will address, their fellow-citizens at the .fol lowing times and places on the issuss involved in tha Presidential Election. Maryville, Saturday, October. 11th, Knoxville, Mondsy, " 13, Clinton, Tuesday, " 14, Jacksboro, Wed'y, " 15, Fincastle, Thursday, " 10, Tazewell, Friday. " 17, Maynardsville, Satu'd, " 18, Mouth of Buffalo, Mon, " 20, Greenville. Wedn, " 22, Fall Branch, Thursday, " 23 3 DiyERQlNQ EMPIRES. The Swords or Phtsical ako Moral Teiujtph. Two classes of conquerors appear upon the earth, and from each c'a?9 we select a typo to il lustrate toe dindrenca which lies between their practice and achievements. There are so!di?rs whoss mission seems to be to pull down and over turn and such wero Alexander and Napoleon: there are reformers who, from the ruin of decsjinsr systems, create and build up new structures and to tnrs latter class belong such men as Luther and Hollowayl Let us contrast Napoleon and Hollo- way two men, auto perhaps in tho nominal na ture of their genius, and each aiming at a certain universality of empire in tho professions they re spectively selected. The empire of the sword which tue former created and for so many years of fluc tuating victory sasiamed and fostered was, alter all, an idlo and a bloody dream. It faded in the frost of hia first reverses, and when he died, a lone ly exile on the sea girt reck, there wa3 no compen sating benefit that he could point to for all the carnage, misery and ruin his personal ambition cost tbe world. Professor Holloway made a wiser choice, al though the enemy he grappled with bad more than mortal terrors at command. He levied war upon di'ease, and with tbe fell' made weapons of his Uoiversal Remedies has (ought and overoome his enemy in every land, on evry saa, among ell tnlierf and nationalities ot too earth. It was a stubborn light and one in.which success brought no triumphal crie3 to cheer tbe prowess of the con queror. The sileut gratitude of a rescued sufferer, tne still small vo ce of au approving conscience, the assurance that his years bed beeu devoted to a worthy object, and the growicg respect end admi ration of all whesa good opinion deserves to be considered, thesa were tha only stimulants which prompted him to despise the calumnies of interest ed bate, and persist in tha d veminatiou of tint medicinal empire which he has at length estab lished among all the cations and branches of ths human family. And his is an empire that will last, and a reward tLat sball not pass away. it would be an insult to ilia understaud.nx ol our readere versed as we rnut suppote them to be in a matter oi sucb vital interest to enlarga upou the d ilerent Heps of the investigation by wLi.m rrolessor llollosvay succeeded in demon strating that all maladies took thair rise in an or ganic impurity of blood. He Jid discover it; and by discovering in a Jdition, one single combination of heib3 capable of restoring tbe blood to parity, arrived at that Universal Remedy which, though dreamed of, and believed in, and hoped for by the wise men of all farmer ages, had never before been realized in the test of universal practice. Great, indeed, is tha reward of the learned and indefatigable physician: tho prayers of the millions he has saved accompanying him through life, and the record of their gratitude will have gone be fore him when he is summoned from the scens which his genius and philanthropy Lave so largely contributed to improve. T no reward cf practical benevolence is an imperishable crown. JS', Y. Sunday Mercury. QTom mcrci ai. UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, ) NairrviLLi, October 4, u, 1S. ( SUGAR has been brisk during tbe last week at high figures. We bear or sales of common at 10 cents. Uf low fair to fully fair at 10K"K; choice arid extra 12 1!. Stock oa hand, moderate. MOLASSES The stook on hand very light, aud tales brisk at 52Go, in barrels and ball barrels. COFFEE Sales rather brisk, but no advance in m ra; stock light, ll(gl2i. SALT.-Stock lighl, sack, 2 50;b.rrel,'62K per btlSlie': CANDLES There has been large transactions in short weight star candles during tbe last week. We now quote 25Q27K. for fcbort and full weight candles; Summer mouia, mnuw cauaies, it cents. WHISKY. Rectified brisk at 0gS5; old WhUky, 40. FEATH KIW Prme lula can tB s.ild at 43 cants. CORN Dull at 40 ceois. V11K AT llull at 7J-3J c-nts. DUIK'.i APPLES il jwrbiiihrl. l)RH.l).l'LACHHS-f 1 as per bu,l,rl. II a (VI V I 'lo.r KfTTi. TOBACCO Oinui Ilia aryrchcu-iocsGl ahbortcrop tLrre bus befi. lare tprtnlitiTc demand for manufactur el tobacco, ami a u nudt-ia'jle niunuty changed bands dunu iIir wk Br, SiialleKbergor's FEVER AND AGUE A NT1 DOTE, FOR TU E SPEEDY sale, and radical cure of avsar ro&u of tfcat Distress ing Malady on entirely new principles, jgj" Sold at Wholesale by Ewin Uroihers, and Retail by Jo. G. Brown, Nish?ille. Trian. Ijnno 23 (Unit. BREWER & CALDWELL, NEW YORK, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GRAIN FACTORS. No. 20, Old Slip, Ccrscr Water. ctras TO J. T. SOUTTER, Presidant Bank cf Republic, New York : J.K.SASS,Efq., President Bank cf Charleston, S. 0.; Messrs. JOBtf FRASER & CO., J. W. CALDWELL, Esq., Charleston, S. V. ; tad CoL T. K. STEVENSON, President N. 4 0. Railroad, yasbville, Tests. cngMSm inside. PERLKlKs'i'Oct; 3d. C61tonia?yetbou-J saBu oaieB,- pnees tuner, Datr-quotaooBSTinenang-Le,aUUJaiaaiintele3',f&.wsV31000. Aeceipis wr jajiwees dbo.uw-.oaies. receipts. -lEBsican ihi y.earouuu Btocsr diuuy-naies. . Flour dosed'wjtb an advanced -tendency; ad vanced 10c; iale-atGrSOaS'So.." Corn.'Whlte 65. Lard in kegsHJ. ' CpffeaPfalli. Sales, for the week 15000 bats. iBfockoc hand 42500.. Freichts. Cotton to New York2 perbaJej-to.Limpobl,-1 sterling excnaDge y. A. C. & A. B. BEECH, No. 49 College Street. 1 AY now la store" a very larga amount of New and 1JL Deairabla Fall nd Winter Goods, direct from tbe hands cf importers and Manufacturer, all of which have Been pared bu to Seat advantage. Persons visiting nasa ville lor the purpoas of baying goods will certainly do wall j can ana examine onratocx oeiore masing weir pur chases, as we ara determined to eell at the lowed figures. Silks. Rich flounced Silts, Striped Brocade Chintz flounce: do o do ' Satin do do do do Jaspa do New rtilePlrip? and Plaid Silks of aU'kinds; r iug ui & rtrpi auu outs lur uiuuriuyg , A lar;t ulock Plain bl'k Silks of the best' makes widths. Cashmeres and De Lanes. in ail Our stock of Woollen Dress Goods embraces eve: in this line one rich Fic'd Da liases, Una 61 Fie'd Cash- cerea. all wool Ue Laue3 (plain) in all colors, beautiful shades F'ch Merino, fiaa bl'k Merino, alao, 6-4 Plain bl'k DeLmM, Lupin's beat make fine bl't liombazine and AI- piccas all prices, cord and bl k Uobcrge Clotha. Cloaks and Shawls. Of every stjle cloth, Velvet and Moire Antique,- Stella ooraer snawis and acans, ixng ana square saaww, piain di k ana urao ao. Lace Goods, 1 Fine VaU Lace Setts; do do Collars, new style; French needle-work Coll&rs'trimmed New stvle eni'd Muslin Setts : Hm'd Linen Setts, Emb'd Jaconet Collars and aleeves of the beautiful Btvlee, Emb d Travelling aetts; xadies nse uemstica ana km a Manas is: Emb'd Skirts, new style goods for Skirts; Hair Clotb, a new'arucleQras3 Cloth for Skirts; Hooped Hair Skirts, plain Domestic Iloop Skirts. Hosiery and Gloves. Heat make -Kid GIotcs (Ladies' and Gentlemen's:) Lodiea"Silk, Cashmere, Lisle, Thread, Beaver and. itaw que neecea uioves ; Woollen Eid and Beck Gauntlets; Misses' Bearer Gloves for School; Bl'd 'Raw Silk Hcse plain and fleered; Bl'k Cashmere and Worsted Hose, Ladies and Misses; Very superior lot Ladiea and Misses Grey English Woollen Hosef large lot children's Worsted Dose, and Grecian Boots lor infanta; All colors Eastern Knitting Yarns; Grey Shaker Yarn. v 1 Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. ' , Black and Fancy French Cloths; . - Fine Fancy D"bfe Mill French Cassimerfs; 0-4 Bl'k Doeskin Cassimeres: Plain Blue and Black d'ble English Casaimera Xaw article; ' Beautiful fig'd Velvet Vesting; , Klfgant lot tteadyMade Shirts and Shirt Collar!;' Read lr Made Linen bhirt Bosoms; ' Gentlcmm's Nett Under Shirts andtDrawera; Plain and Ribbed Silk Shirts and Drawers; Ladies' Nett Wool and Merino Vests. House Furnishing Goods. Table Damask every variety; Linen Towels, Napkins and iluckaback Diapers; Carpets and Curtain Goods. Websvaonnand a very heavy Stock of Carpets the best makes, 5-ply and 2-p y Carpets, J Tapestry and Vel vet Carpets, some beautiful in Velvet and Tapestry, fine Velvet Uuggs, most elegant .styles; Parlcr Mats cf all kmdE; Wonted Dsrccitg nil colors; Satin De Lanes fig'd and Striped in new Etyles; elegant Lace and Muslin Cur tains, Emb'd Muslin 'in tha piece. Cornices, Pina, and Band i of moat beautiful styles, Gimps, Loops, and all other trimmings to match. Those baring small rooms to cover can be supplied with remnants of Carpets at very reduced prices. A very largo stick of fine Bed Blankets and Arc tic Travelling BUnkeis and Shawls of all kinds, Negro Clothing of all kinds; Waron Sheeting, 8 yards wide. A. c. & a! b. beecu, wpt25 tf 49 College street, Naahviile. NEW OftLEANS. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH, AND Irish Dry &oods, P. & B. BSIX&Y &-Oov SO lorg known at the corner of Royal and Canal streets, beg to say thev hare removed to their new atore No. 123 Canal attest, between Roval and Bourbon b tracts. knoirn as Touro Bnildings, siga oftha Golden Flax, where their ample room and a resident buyer in Europe will en abb them to keep, tha year round, a complete stock in every department. ALSO, a fall otltnc Plantation Goods of the but Southern Manufacture. Combined with tbe above, titer will keep at tns old ilsnd, corner Roys! and Canal streets, under the nama of EMBROIDERY AND LACE STORE, complete tock cf Lndins' Dress Trimming:', Kmbroideries, Ilibboiid, Laces, and LADIKS'AND GENT'S FURNISUING GOODS, to suit the country Merchant as well aa tha consumer 'i t is latter is a class oi nouse nereioiore uncnown in mis mrrket. P. E, REILLY 4 CO., 120 Canal street, between Roval and Bourbon streets, Tour BaildiDga, sign of the Golden Flax. sepl9 6m FOR SALE. OAItI.ANl .HILLS AND PLANTATION, ON TEUMS TO SUIT FUKCIIASEIIS. NE of lha most desirable Farms und Residences in V7 Montgomery county. Tennessee, 5i miles North of Clurksrille, containing eight hundred acres ot very fer tile land, with pood Floor, Corn, and Saw Mills, on the West Fork, all in good running order. Large und con. venient Brick Breeding llouu3, all necessary offices aud uut bouses in complete order. Refer to D. N. Kennedy aud John S. ltart of Clarks Title, Tenn. hiigl7-L JOUN W. BARKER. NOTlUii. 4, LL persons indebted to tbe Broad Street Bridge J. Company are hereby notified to call at the Otn'oe of tbe Bridge aud pay their account. All accounts unpaid by th loth of October, will be given to an officer for collection. BROAU STREET BRIDGE COMPANY. Directors. A. J . Duncan, Pres't. Sam'l Seay, A. W. Johnson, C. E. Uillman, T. W. Evans, Dyer Pearl, sept25 tf .lohn S. M. Scott, Sec. and Treas. M. BuruS. It. C. McN'airy, Hugh Douglas, Saml Prichitt, E. S. Gardner, Campbell..' A DAI IN 1STI t ATO KS NOT1C1S riLL be sold to the highest bidder on the Farm of 11 . ' Pctway, dee'd, on the 8th October, all the Mules, Horses, Cattle, Hog, Ac lOCOBs. Corn, Oata, Fodder, and Rye, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac, Ac, be lorgipg to said dee'd. Terms mide known on day of sale. JOUN a PETWAY, 1 W. PETWAY. ( O. W. PETWAV, J iept2.-d&w J. K. UDMB, J Adm'rs. 12. CUilRY, Funeral Undertaking " AM prepared to furnish COlTFINS of every descrip tion, with everything necessary tor funerala, and will jrive prompt attention to all orders lelt at my Ccffin Ware Rooms, in Coopor'a Baildingi, Cherry street. Furniture of all kinds repaired or made to order In the l.-.t of style. .u -jolj JOUN H. CURRY. i.OYS'CLOXJHNti- Wl) lure juat received an extensive assortment of Bop" clothing, of various styles and prices.wbich we respectful) invite our, fritnds and the public gen erally to call and examine. We are also constantly e ceivicg gent'emen'a Over-Coats, Dress and Frock Coats, and Vests of every description. Our stock of Furniahiog Goods is now complete, all of which in addition to a heavy arrival of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestiogs in the piece we flatter ourselves will offer inducements rarely presented to tbe citizens of Nashville. teptlG CLITTON A ABBOTT. TilK SUlibCltlUliUS HAVE just opened a very handsome assortment of Furnishing Goods, comprising a great variety of ti lores. Suspenders, Neck Ties, Black and Fancy Stocks, Lirea Cambric" Uandkerchiefs, Lambs Wool and Cotton half Hose, Gents Shawls aud Mufllers, Ac, Ac, .all of which will be sold at fair prices septlO-tf CLIFTON A ABBOTT. FOR NASHVILLE ANDj NEW ORLEANS TRADE. rpHE new and light dtaupht steamer X CRESCENT, W. Holms, Master, will run regularly in tha above traae au. rmrr thi rr("fict season, commencine on 1 Ural riso in th nnmherlar.d rirer. She has excellent accommodations, and in point of speed nnd safetv is ncsUrpased. For freight or paascga apply to II. II. HARRISON, ocyi-dtr Agent Ii EG UI.AIC NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI PACKET. T11S commodious and substantial fast running sieatw SEVENTV-SIX, P K BAECi.r. Master, is held in readi-i ness by the Brit rise of water to resume ber regular trips aa above during the coming season. For freight and pass age, having superior accommodation, apply on board or to septlT tt u. II. H ARIilSON, A gent. - C11EKSB, cmsK&u., T)ECEiyKDbyexpre3sfromNewYork,an extra lot of jiugiuii uniy ana rineappla UbeeJe. ocl4 WtbEL &. THOMPSON" the ;By Express. E are just in receipt of a fresh supply of the cale VV bralod PAN-CAKE, LYONS' TWisT, and FLAT CHEWING TOBACCOS, manufactured especially for ns out of tha vorr finest Tobacco, and is superior to any' over brought to this city. Give it a trial. eept9 LYONS 4 C0 No, 19 Cedarst. S builnwi Mr. W. H. !mcnm. onr firm i noir.tt.J.. oeiorr. - , vaij. b. ukaiuukaij. i r .-CTA W1LLUU n. K1KCK1S. CRAIGHEAD &- MINCKIN, imrun i tn ur Hardware axLd Cutlory, .xxc3l X)oalors vv 3iolosale ,aica.- XX.eta.ll. AToroZxriixtis ancL otlaors aro xtospcot XxiXLy l33.T7l.todL to call azxcI o3tamta.o our JSactoxa.gtl'co Stools, of WE w GOODS, Axos, Olxalzis, AuvUs, On.rpon.tors' Tools, Oivtlo- ry, Gr-vvxi.et istols, Iioolis, iiingoa, cBc. sUc, All of Ttrliloli -C7-111 too sold txt the lowest xxxav lcot rates to oasli purolia sors; nna tno ujsrual tlxtxo on account vszlll Too 1 lowed to tlioiao -cw2a.o tony to stoll again. No. 29 Public Square, Nashville, Term. 3, TO MERCHANTS ONLY QIXTY-FIVE thoasand dollars worth of new and fash. O tonabl Staple and Funcy Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Clothing and Hardware, Ac Ac, to ba told at p ri- vate sala lor cash and four months notes payable In Ban k. Tnesegooaa nave DeenDougnun new lore ana isoston, since tne neavy aeciine, ai auction, oi Aianuiacturers agents and by the package at pricea varyiag from 6 to 50 per ceui.iesa wan ineir prices in June ana ouj. lnese gooas are consigned to us. to be closed immediately, in a word we defy compction in this market. Merchants irho do business to make money and can par cash end give four moninsnoies anapay mem, wut piease give us a call. loose long winuea gentlemen woo are willing to pay irom 25.to 7S rer cent nrofit on poods for tbe Dnrilee ot 12 months and,then nay at .their earliest convenience, our cousaig no place tor mem. ALSO, thirtv thousand dollars worth of new and de- siraoia gooas, consignea io us io oe soia ai aucuoa exclu sively. ' - .Our AucUou'Salea will continue as -usual everv Tues- -davnd .Thursday. 'i arms All sums under 100 cash ; over 100, 4 month ume. We earneatlr reanest Citr andCountrr Merchants who make cp their Stocks in the Nashville market to try, us one pop, and if we don't do what-we promise then pass us oy. iv e raxe great pleasure in snowing i t any and all who will rive 'tis a call. TRABUE A LUCAS. Commission Merchants, irio No. 74 Public Hanare. septl2 tf. NEW ARRIVAL Of HOOTS, sa.Utlt, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, . FOR FALL AND WINTER TRADE, AT C. B. HalFs, XO.Vi, PUBLIC SQGARE. flOXSISTING In part as follows, viz : Snperlne Enr. Kid SIlnDerB: wnita Kid and fcatln Bllppen; Blact Ratio Slippers; 1 Kid Bootees, thin and thick soles; , Black Listing Slippers and Buiklna: tl Velvet f Test's Congre.'s Gaiters with (t without liaalt: LL I . - I J I t . . , ' Roatsewed and pegged Bootees. i tt ,( u Fine Kid Bootmand Slippers; .MUws mete utsuog uauers; Children' " " " Kid and Coat Booties thick and thin solas: - "Ancle Ties; Servauts1 Calf anil Goat Bootees, a large assortment; Cents fine Calf Single and Doable Sola Boots; " ' " Oxlord Ties: " " " Monterey Ties; " Patent Leather Shoes, Boys fine CaK Boots, tc, e. TRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS. A itileodid assortment of Iron Frame Sola Leather Tr.r. elllng Trunks, Valises, Bonnet Trunks, Velvet and Brus- eis uirpei nags, wn Cloth iravellDg bags, &c.,ftc, all cf mcu are onerea ai low prices inr casn. nms.il Dronts and qnck sales Is the motto. Give ns a call. sepi7 tr u. u hall 18 Public Square. THE EXCITEiMENT OF 1856! A S this is an.age of progression, and yon may as well Xjl. do cut or tne world as to ue oat ol the fashion. that being tbe.case, you should call immediately at ZMiiclioisoirs and snpplyTGareir with some of thosa BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS which were selected with so mush taste and attention; tbe names of which are too numerous to mention. Ina word everything that is usually kept in a NO. I DRY GOODS HOUSE. Wcdon't wish to boast, for the Goods will speak for themselvc. all ws ask is a call from tbo public renerallv. Besides Oiess Goods, wcharo an excellent lot of WRAPPING, rmch as Cloaks, .Mantillas, Talmas, Shawls, Scarfs, 4c. Alto, the different kinds of Laces and Embroideries. Our stock cf GENTLEMEN'S WEAR is vtrr comDletc. con sisting of Cloth?, Cos3imeres, Vestings and iumishiDg- uuuaif. aiso Kvoa slugs, oi . DOMESTIC GOODS. such as Bed Ticsings, Domestic Drilling, Bhnkets, Linf sey, Jeans, nanreis, man wnens, in tact everything o. the kind. All of whicb-wo will sell at a very low pront- L 0. N1CU0LS0N A CO., scpt21 No. 2 Public Square. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ALLISON, ANDERSON. & CO., No, 41 Public Square. WE would Inform ourcustomers and tho trade generally, that we now have in Store aod ready for sale a varr large and desirable stock of FOREIGN .AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, and READY MADE CLOTHING, suited to the Fall and Winter trade, and which they are disposed to sell at as mall advance. Our present stotk will be found much larger than usual, mbraclne a Hue assortment of gentlemen's Wear and Ladles' DIU-SS GOODS, surpassing both In quality and brilliancr of style and patterns any of our former stocks. Our line of u mie ijnods.umorouieries, KiDDons, Laces, l nmmiugs, etc., will also be found equally large and attractive. uursiocK oi r:c.ni maoe uluiiii.m; is unusually arte and well adapted to the'approacblng season, and having aid iiariteular attention to the zeitln: ur of this artlcls. we are piepared to offer Inducements to those dealing In It. We lUerelbre solicit a call from Merchants vlsltlog our market. and shall take pleasure In exhibiting to them our stock and nrec AiiLUu.i,AUisit3u., a; lu. aug23 2m Secure a Good Fit ! F. THOMA, Merchant TaiKor, TWO DOORS FROM CUURCHST..ON MARKUT ST., HAS returned from the North with hi. FALL AND WINTER ST0C1C ol French, English, aud American Goods, and is ready to wait on his old customers and tbe public generally. All wore enirusieu io nis care win oe execmea wnn neatness and dispatch. From experience of years in the business ha hopes to give satisfaction. j5j7 ue Das also ou nana a ncn assortment, or r un NlSHING GOODS. septa 1 m. BUENA VISTA SPRINGS AT PUBLIC SALE. THEabove ruined valuable property will be eold pub licly, on the premises, to tbe highest bidder, on the 15th of October next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. One third of the purchase money will be required in band and the balance in two equal annual payments with interest from date. Personal security wilt bo required upon the last payment with a lien upon the property to secure both the credit payments. This property is six miles from Russellrilie, in Logan county, Kentucky, six miles from the Hoirlingreen and Memphis Railroad, eighteen or twen ty miles from the Henderson and Nashville Railroad, four miles from a Steam Flouring Mill, and on the border of one of the wealthiest agricultural regions in Kentucky. In addition to beingone of the best watering places in tue West, the property might be courerted into a lucrative and superb High School establishment for young men. The Hotel is new and rpacious, and furnishes accommo dations for 300 persons, and is surrounded by all neces sary out buildings. Tbe tract of Land contains about 900 acres, nton which is a good firm ot 00 acres under fence and in good cultivation producing alt the agricultural supplies for the establishment. At the same time and place will be sold all the stock, crop, farming utensils, household and kitchen furniture belonging to the place. Consisting of valuable mules, stock and fat bogs, sheep, cattle and the present years crop. Also a fine new Rose-wood Piano and a great variety of pailor, bed room and diuing-rcom furniture alt new or in good repair. Persons designing to purcbaoe the real estate would do well to arrive a day or two before the day ofsala m order to examino the premises. septl9 d2w2. D. JEFFRIE3, Proprietor. THE GHEATEST MEDICAL DISCOVEKY OF THE AGE IS Ayer's Cathartic Fills. THEY don't hilp complaints, but the; ture them. One Box hxs.cured Uyspepsia. Three Boxes hare cured the worst cases or Scrofula. Two Boxes have enred Erysipelas. One Box always cures the Jaundice. Tlireo.Boxetareturelo cleans the system from Bolls of ten less than one does It. Two Boxes hare completely cured tha wont of Ulcers on the leg. Small doses seldom fall to cure the Filts. One dose cores ihs Headache artslnp from a foal stomach. Strong doses often repeated expel .every worm rom e bodr. They should bo given to children, who are always mora or I iess amicieu wuuuit pcsurRv. As a eon tie Physic they nave do equal. One Hoxcnres derangement of the Liver. Half a Kox cures a Cold. They purify tbe blood, and thus strike at the foundation of every disease. As a Dinner Pill therels not their equal in ths world. They arc purely vegetable, and can do no barm, but do ac complish an unaccountable amount of good. Prepared by Ur. J. C. A Vim, Practical Chemist, Lowell, Mass., and eold by all Druegisls and Dealers in Medicine through this section. ceptl0-2m. N. Gnejither, Architect, TtTELL recommended by the authorities of tbe Western Y.I Military Institnte, and by a great number of hia own designs and paintings, to be seen any time, intends to open a regular DRAWING SCHOOL, Tvsere pupils will be in structed in Architecture, Perapectl re Landscape, Drawing and Painting in water-colors. AUo Drawing and Finish ing Topographic Plans. Every young man who earnestly wishes to team something is invitai to call and sae fur him self. Tnmi Si in advance for five lessons weekly. Nieht classes will be arranged to salt mechanics. Pfaaso call soon. For tba present at Mr. Sliet's Band Bax Store, No. 32 Front street. tept2S-8iwtlAtw rNEW . BOOKS, C. . , ii. - Z J-IVK AN O XiKAKN . " lA4WD-fBiHCia wbo v;ik tc. tfpcix: iso watiacci! French wordi as? phrsiea cf ireqceol occurrence in fcK're.'mle sneak or tvrito tudlv eoo'd erasircir. txti fe: er still cunctuita decentlv. fbzt a bntkrthat iotoima them how to do so and not onlr ladicaies tatir faciu. but shows them how tbey ar in te c-rtttfrA, cannot fj.il la ba popular; there u u..t u.mu, " uul, h, might net learn something rrooJ a. as bifc of rafeieocs, "L.ts and learn" will tettl miny disputts. It oaght to bs on every table, and be pirticularly reconimended to tba vbunTieforn hiit makfs common blunders uncommon -bard to cure. ... For sale by HAUAH u- ' Market St. A 0 SEAT HOOK Y A OSS A TA UTBOi:. iftAGDALEN HEPBURN: A-Slory or the Scottish Reformation. By Mrs. Olipbant, Author of" Zaidee," Adam Graeme,' Ac. Complet in one Urg- 12tro rnlome, bound in cloth, tor fl 24. .MAGDALEN UEPBURV. A Story of tbe Saottisb R fbrmailAn Tna author of -2 lidee." his atEirded us a treat of no rtrdiaary character in tba work of '-.Magdalen lUp burn, All persons that read at all, know haw prolifis the period of tie Scottish Rtt'ormtbon is m sutjectj for tbe writer of wholesome, sterling, elevated, high-toned and deeply Interesting fiction. Thoanthorct Mfcjj laleu Hop buru hasarailed nersslf of this casket of spl ud id susreei- tiona with extraordinary cleverness, and in theee igea has atfJrdada eerioa of thonehtfuL earnest, loalatiincr nictures. the whole formlne a narrative at oncd aubdmcg and exciting, thrilling and pathetic, romantle aod tiuH.- luijtneatricai anu simple, r.rery ensrscur Laves ana morea, And has a being'." For sale by HAOAX A BltO. ELLEN PEKCV : or, tba Mcmolraof an A.-ress. ByQ. W.M. Reynolds. The Comical Adventures oi" David Dili f it. Illustrated with liver two hundred laagaaoi engrav ings. W ith others idit received, by ilA(j.I.".t 11BO. Sept. S3. Mai ket St. MEDICAL HOOKS A lanr sUwVTf ihBlledical Text Rooks, standard and miscellaneous, just received and far sale at Publisher's priceri by llAU.-liV x illtU., Matket St B. 0 ''KAN E PHODUCE AND COMMISSION HEECHAliT, AND DEALER IS FOREIGN 4 DOMESTIC LIQUOES, Sonti-Easteornerof Church and College Mreefe. Nashville, Tenne.aee. Cash for ail iiiiids of Produce. TTTHEAT, RxE, BACO.V, FEATUERi RKESVVAX, V WOOL, Ao., &a, by it. u tnu. janS'SG S. K Corner College aud Church sts. ONE HUNDRED TONS t'lTTolluRU IRON, well oasortad, bow in store aud lur sale low for cash by n.-n ' u n'l- VI' 100,000 S'oiasnis Well Dried BACOiT WANTED FOR CASE, IUMED1A '2SL 1" by marl 9 tf R. O'KANK. XiOitdon SiSdy Potatoes. -t ( fi BUSHELS received and for sale by 1UU aplO . O'KANE. Jamaica Lmn, A GENUINE ARTICLE, warranted pure, salable for Medical purposes, for sale by apl R.OKANE. "tlDER VINEGAK excroyslrforfamilr use. For sals J by, ian366 R. O'KANE. NEsV ALE- tr A BBLS received and for salo low by OU janl R. O'KANE. WSieatl Wheat? Wheat! THE undersigned will make engagements tor Wbeatt ba delivered in August, if application is made imme diately. R. O'KANE. imy4 w OOLt WOULI jnneis WAM'ED tOA OASU. Hi" K. O'KANE. CIDEK I C1DEU I Wanted for cash, 600 barrels Appla Cider by aeptiz tv. U'liAHK. COTTON YAltftS. A FULL stock of Cotton Yarns from tho Vale Mills, Sparta, Sycamore. Mt. Vero. Laurel Hill. Central and Eagle Factories, in store tad for sale by mayao w. u. uukduj a t:o. Q ITU AU 210 bhia Common and Prime Louisiana bn C7 ear, In store sod lor lo by mayCO W. II. GORDON & CO. COFEEE 00 bags Fair and Prime llio ColTee, In store and for gale by mayso. w. ii. avuuua & uo. 1RUSUED NUGAK 100 bbU New York "A" J Crushed Sugar, for sale by mayfSO W. H. GORDON & CO. EICE lu tierces fresh Carolina Rice, tor sale by W. H. GORDON & CO. ATtTlHSKY 60 bbls Koberlson county Whbky. f r tw ileum Aurora 50 Old Bourbon For sale by W. U. GORDON A CO. "TA1LS 1,000 kets Shoenberger's Naila, all sues, for IN sale by W. H. GORDON A CO WltAPPlNO PAPEIt l.OKO bundles single crown, medium and double crown, for sale by maySO V. H. UOltOON A CO. t.UNNY liAtiS, Q Art BALES Gunny Bage, and 4 bushels; OUU 100 ' Osnaburg " 2k " Forsaleby mayBOJ W. fl. GORDON A CO. OSMAiiUKUS. 100 BALES 4 4 Alisonia Osnaburgs; 50 4-1 Franklin SO " !a) " i Georgia For sale by W. II. GORDON A CO. maySO SHEETINGS. Laurel Hill Sheetings; Glen Mills " 25 r BALES 4-4 10 " 4-4 25 " 4-4 Sparta Now in store and receiving dilr,and forsaleby mayso v, . n. uokuo.n i A CO. rLOCIl From the Lebanon Mills, GoodletUrilie do., J? Manchester do . Star do. and Spencer's do. In store and for sale to the trcde only, by mayao w. u. uuttuua a w. SvTew Wheat Flour. OAA HAGS City Mill's extra New While Wheat ' Family Flour, in store and for sale br jnne27 siKino.i & twtnu. QUGAIt 76 hhds Fair to Choice Louisiana Sugar, tor KJ sale Dy july2 STRATTON & EWING. COFFEK 500 bags Bait liio CotTee, choice; 0 Laguyra do do; 60 " Old Government Java Coflee. In store and for sale by STRATTON & EWIN O. jnly2 SALT 1200 bags Fina Liverpool talt, for sale bv july2 STRATTON A EWING T HlSItY 200 bbU Obio and Tennesse Whisky Y V tor sale by july2 STRATTON A KWING. "XT AILS 500 kegs Wheebng Nails, for tala by jS july2 STRATTON A EWING. CjTAIt CANDLES 100 boxesStar Candles; O CO " do do; 60 X " do STRATTON do Foreale by nly2 tf A EWING. NEW AKMVAL. JUST received a fresh supply of fifty-four Baskets of CHARLES HEIDSICK'S CHAMPAIGN, in quarts, nd pints, warranted to be a gnmne au-i superior er- tide, !. U. L. SDIPSON. sept: 42 Public Square. COFFEE. TT'IYE bags Rio Coffee in store and arriving J. septlu JOHNSON, HOKXEACO. WHISKY. SIX hundred and twenty barrels Rectified Whisky In atom and for Bale by JOHNSON. HORNE A CO. OLD HUItnoltN. septic a A P Broadway. X7"AN TED 20,000 bushels of Dried Peaches and v V Annies, for which tbe highest market pnee will bo given in cash by septl8-tf DAVIS PILCHERACO. SaTashviUe Foundry, NO. 87 COLLEGE STREET. T. 31. n KENNAN, Proprietor.; X would invite attention of Architects and Builders to tbe fine collection of patterns I hare on band, and am making for every description cf Architectural Iron Work, for open front3. Window Lintels and Sills, Top Cornices, Ac, for stores or dwellings. Also, Verandahs. Fencing and Balconay s. I will work to any design sent to me, or furc'uh designs If neccs3ary. I employ the beat skilled workmen to be bad, and u?o tbe best materials, and am coafldeut that I can successfully corapeie with Eastern manufacturing in this market, and hope to be sustained in doicc so by tbsso anxious to encourage home enterprise. se?t2i-tf i-. M. HRKNW.N Boots and Shoes. NEW ARUIVALFOU FALL AND WINTEIt WEAK. A LARGE and splendid assortment, to which tho at tentim of purchasers, Wholesale or Retail, Is most respectfully invited, whrra tbey wilt find at reasonable prices, one of tbe best and most complete assortment ever offered in tbo Nashville market, for Gentlemen, Ladiss, Misses, Boys, Children and Servants. ALSO, a large lot of beat Iron Frame Sols Leather Trunks and Vtlices, ottho old stand.No. 45 College st. reptSS-dln: A. B. BOBERTSON, i ciataining examples of one thouaand ndstiks of daily I awl preparation, which tarns back to its l '"1 -occurrencen ep-aklnff, wriunsaodprjcmuaciation. i gray hair covers tha head ot tha bald i "Lnt a.u i.nan.1 is b mcvi uscrr.i cook acaeoea ... SREOIAL NOTICES., i ALI4 UAII.I ! iSOMETHINQ FOR tflE MILLIQITIM . ; Professor Wood's. Htair Hestorstive. We call the attention of all, old and young, to this won. originarcolor with a luiuraat growta remove tha dandruff itching, and all eutaneous I PHonusesaebntinualhow of the nateml fluid i and hence, if used aa a regular dressing for the liair, wilt preserve lU color, aad keep it from falling to extrem9 old age, in all its natural he&aty. We call, than, upon ths bald, tns gray, or diseirtd In scalp, to usa ft r and scrtly, tha young will cot, as they value th flowing locks, or tho witching carls, ever be without it. its praise is upon tha tocgua of thousand! WkTtxroao. Mass, July 25, 1S55. if" vTooik With confidence, do I recommend rour Hair Restorative, as being tba moat efficacious article ever saw. I hare used tho Walobeno aad other prepa rations cf the day, all withoat effect. Since using your Ua Reetoratire, my hair and whiskara, which wera al most white, have gradually grown dark; and I now feel confident, that a tew more applications will restore them to their natural color It also hai reliered me of ell dandruff and unpUaaant itching, eo common among per sona who petspiro freely. J. G. KJLBY. No3Td East Pinmstlv4.ni.i. March 9 is' Sia. In conscqaanca of having hair, far several years Piit, not nnfy gray bnt perfectly white, 1 have cut it short. Mr? av. mmj -A hija It fWvr-l vl.lv . 1... . ' ,1. ..1 vt. Vp.T ' .- UWM. 1.0-,, WM ouuiq UlTtV on ths siscj, I was induced to use your Hair Kestoratiro, und I must, in justice say, that its effects were almost miraculous: tent has chansred It gradually to almost its former kpUi'dnr.1. to color, and lelt It sosoltand glossy w it oe uiots boantitut loan ii ever was, wnen uuaer tna unaoEO! of tbe finest oil. I earneatlr. therefore, recom mend it to every lady aa the best preparation for toilet use. a an, imog in tne world. rtbiai sjiiiu PKor. Wood:' Uaringexpenecced the magic effect of your uair jiesiorauve, i drop you tow upon tae suojectj dwu, iwu jeara agu.my uaircommeucea laiung ou snu turniDzsrar : I viaa fast Ixcoinin? bald. I met a friend who had used your Restorative, and spoka so highly of m iictucs, was muueeu iu iryii, aiiuouguxuaa du. lit tle faiih, as I bad before tried so many other remedies. I commented m-mg your Restorativa in January but. few applications rasteoed" my hair firmly. It began to fill up, grow oat, and turned back to its former color, (btaci.) At this time, it is fully restored to iu original color, health and appearance, and I cheerfully recommeud iU use to alL fhim. II! Itnto Y 1 Q K 4 T T, HlC-r, MiLrOBD, Worcester, co, Mass., Nov. 18, 1854. Paorv O. J. Wooo Dear Sir: I take pleasure in hear ing voluntary testimony to the magic effect of your won. derlul Hair Restorative. As far back . aa 1S3S, my hair commenced failing off. until tha. top of my scalp became bald and smooth as triad, aud it baa continued to fall for a great many years, notwithstanding I have used many cele brated preparations tor its restoration. Seeing your ad vertisement, I wua induced to give your article a trial, and to my utter asloniabmsat,! found, after a few applications, that my hair becama firmly set, anil assumed a glossy and beautiful appearance ; und by the time I bad used a quirt bolt la, my bald bead was covered oyer with a young and rigorou growth of hair, which is now from ona to two inches in length, and growing fast Vours, truly, HENRY GOODRICH. New Tour, Oct, 2. 1354. Pzor. O.J. Wood Dear Sir: After reading tbe adret tiaementin ono cf tbo New York journals, of your celebrat ed Hair Restorative, 1 procured a half-pint bottle, and was so much pleased with it, tnat I costiued its use tor two months, and am satisfied it la decidedly the beat prvpara lion before the public It at once removed all dandruff and unpleasant itching from the ecalp, and baa restored my hair naturally, and, I have no doubt, permanently ao. You hare pormiaaioa to refer to me, alt who entertain any doubt its performing all that la claimed for it. ilISS F&&S. 29 1-2 Greenwich Avenue. I hava used Professor 0. J. Wood's Hair Restorative, and have admired its wonderful effects. It restored my heir where it bad fallen off; it cleana tha bead, and rendcra tha bair soft and smooth much mora aa than oil. LoulaviUe,Nov.l. 1&54, MARY A ATKINSON. r" Sold atI14Marks;street,St-Louis, Mo,816Broad way. New York, and by all Druggists, everywhere. All kinds of family patent medicines tor sals on tbo best pos sible tanas, at Prof. Wood's establishment, 114 Market street. St. Louis. XSf Sold bare wholesale and retail by Ewia Brothers; also, by all popular Druggists everywhere. jy28 d tri-wAw inside Sm LARGE STOCK OF Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc., ete B. L. SIMPSON, (IMPORTER,) HAS the pleasure of offering to tba Trade tha largest and moat complete Stock in his line ever in Tennes see. My purpose is not to blow many gentlemen hava look ed into my cellars, and pronounce them the finest they hare seen. To verify which, I most respectfully invite nil deal ers visiting lb city to examine tne stock, which will bo found to embrace every article aud quality kept by the largest dealers in tbe North and East My stock is mad up of the following popular brands ifllANDIES. CHAMPAIGN COON AC -CROWN," SAZERAC De FORGE, P. H. GODARD, PINET CAITILSON A CO., RA8TEAU CHARRDYER, UNITED PROPRIETORS VINEYARD, PELLEVOISIN, RENNESSY, E. GEANTY, OTARD, 1HJPUY & CO. (variotisvlctajas.) MAGLORY, J. J. DTJPUY, ROCHELLE, LOZACK A CO. WINES. CLARET, io casks and boxes, St. Julian, St, Estepbe, Chtia&nx Margeaux, etc, POUT WINES. Dsrand Crown, .Burgundy Port, Port of Juice of Grape in boxes. C1IA2IPAIGNES. Charles Heidsick (direct importations,) Crown Brand, Verzensy, Lion Brand. Double Lion, Flag and Star Brands MADEIRA WISES, different Old Brands SHERRY WINE. TENNERIFFEWINE, MALAGA WINE, AMONT1LADO WINE. HOLLAND GIN. IN PIPES AND CASKS. SWAN BRAND, ENGINE BRAND, ANCHOR do, FLOWER do, COMCT do Old HOLLAND do. SCHIEDAM BRAN D. Superior Quality, ItUJtl. JAMAICA RUM, OLD do. do., Superior Quality, ST. CROIX do. OLD SCOTCH. AND HUSH WHISKY, ur ma roNCHiox axo aio. SUNDRIES. BRANDY CHERRIES, EXTR4CT d' A113YNTH. BITTERS, different brands, CORDIALS Assorted, CURACAO, Etc., Etc I am constantly teceiriog new additions to my stock and am piepared to till orders tor tbe foregoing to any extent. I am also offering the Genuine Schiedam, Aromatic Bclmapps, (for which 1 hare a patent) and can nil orders for from one case t two thousand casvs, either Quart cr Pints, ut the shortest notice. To prompt customers, a liberal credit wilt hi extended, or a liberal discount for cash will bo made. It. L. SIMPSON, No. 42. Public Suuare. May 1 ly. Omuniitson llmif of E, F .-iAUlJi. TO TOE PUBLIC OF THE UNITED STATES. AN adrertisementcf Mr. UDOLPHR WOLFE, lately published, as 1 suppose. Intended for tho protection of bU Schiedam Scnapp aciusi cuunte rfuerv, bas come uudor my observation , and being ungated in tba niAuufjcWra of Srhiedara Scnapps, were I to let it pass wliboul Lotic throughthls medium, 1 mlsbtbo considered auiouis Hioieho denominates "Pirnltt and ruidtri tf Ptuemi'' bat the Ira rutnse palrunags and success thai bas attended the aalo (if be article manufactured by me, aDd tbe opinion of compe tent Judges as to Its quatitlc as a beverag-e and IU medical virtues, pme!uda tb possibility of tbe Idea that I am lu cl'ided anions tho ho design to Impugn. No donbt be feels aggrieved at the depreciation of tae salo of bis Schnapps which lsmaulfKtUiall, since mine has been brought in mpl!tlou with his. Not only have I succeed In campetl tlnr with him in quality, but tae constant and Increasing de mand of myartide.baa enabled ine to furnish It at a less price than be can, or does say S2 IO In tbe dozen. Aod furthermore, lie will soon become satisfied that hia caatlon to tbe citiiens of tbe "Southern and Western States" will arall blin nothing as far aa t am concerned, for the character of my Schiedam Scnapps is too well established In Ihcxo Plates, to be Injured by any such Invidious publication Tbe motive of his a ivertiseinent Is obvious to every one, and feeling well satisfied that allach oii'slles thrown at me by him will fall barinlos atrnj feet, 1 will here, for tbe satis faction of tho puWiCj publish a copy of my Patent ttijht, en tered lutbe!xutbtrn District of New Yort.onlhe tola day of December, WW: (Copy of Patent Bight. 80UTHEK3 DISTRICT OP NEW YORK, S. S. Be It remembered, Thatou thetwenly-eljbth car of Do ceaiber, Anno Domini, I6S4, Barnard L. Simpson, of tbe said District, hath deposited In this office the title of a print or la bel,tho title of which ts lnthewrdsoftbetbIloivina;,to-wil tiarnardL. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam Juniper Schnapp a superior Toclc Anti-Dlspcptlo Invigorating Cordial," tne right whereof be cliims as author and proprietor, to con ormity with an act of Congress, eotitled "An Act to amend besoveralActs resnoctlngcopy rights GEO. W. MORTON, Clerk or the Southern District or New Yorfc. And I take pleasure on this occasion to tender my sincere thanks te tho pabllcio general, and to my friends lnpartlca r,for the kind liberality with which thoy have patronized ma from my commencement of thisenterprise;and lassur them, that I shall continue to provide tbem always with a genulno and superior artlcleof Schiedam Schnapps. June 30, '55-ly. B. L. SlJf FSOU". 1?. 8 The word Schiedam Schnapps ts derived from a town Id Holland, called "S&udam," which is celebrated asa place of extensive Juniper Plantations and numerous Dis 'lllerles or the above article. Everybody has the right and privilege to ordertbo Juniper Kxtract (a principal ingredient of tbe Schnapps) from that PlDos It not appear now poor and deceitful whoa U.VT. Is trrinj to nuke a wrong and untrue Imprelon on tieblle, say Ingthat the word Schiedam ScBnapps W " f1"'7 to his artklo, and that aU otbersare CoanterfelM and Impost 'jIw.hMnomonopoly.nelUiermorerlghtfo porutton of Bcbledam Ucbnapps than "Jbudr else; and this IT. rT, mentwhlcb be Intends to continue his long practised "."".nnhVie.lhow. too plain tnat he feels and Is nF.r.TfTnlmporUntandda.iangoppUon. octia lass ir- B. h. P. TWO FINEKOSE-WOOD PIANOS. (Gilberts mkfl.l-rb8 subscriber has two fiae new Pianos for tale onood tern BEN J. F. SHIELDS, for Trusu ov Beptie f nolle So,uaio. l . lljfc good MEriioiic9t r-. " x-oasessnt ma sou Important iaSsenca oyer tM Ml "-.""ii uoea eaurerr orertookM im tejiectsd bjtioMealealFacBltr. TV' TBX 1037 KCaLTnT ISO Tilt nAW EQUALIZE THE C1KCU lTtOS IltUJULATif Tjta 3 YjTKI. - CIUPTEKI. I Lquallr.oc the clrcalaOlon the true raetbod "fJHTcui; i tbe esiabtulimeat of .disease rtzulxtloa tie cf purifying the blood and restoring' the sick tirViielth "ulclc ecBc-cr of Cadway's Ready EUor and Bastwafs Reilators, lu v-ring the patient of coughs, coasjasMenj. r&eumsttsm. pnesiuvnta, sore throat, InaamatJoSa, feres? and aguo, bullous retaltlent and intermittent," teajeiet, tvphus, caSiTes, aad all coatajioca and tiort-coMagisas. fevers. The pojltlva rlrtues of Kadway's EenOTiting; Beeotrwt, la restozintr the CcasuiopUvo to Health, and iitTalsit; OrooctimjAstnLbad.Ile' cicsJUi.dlpepsla. HOW J3I3EASBD ACTIOn'ThCOMES SSTABtlSHSa AND THE BLOODIXFUBB. A great error has loug pravaiieni la the mlndi ofaedleai mea,uThatiBipnritye toe blood U tha causa nf fllsrauod aeUoa." This ts a aerteus mlstaze. lr Is a dfstsrbsoe af the ctcculaUCB, aad i-o establlshou uf diseased Uci, that causes jib parity of thebloocU ine n r.. n.iaeorv a3iisueiruu:otiaaooTVKSs4t for If a person be lu a u.ie o: perfect health, cacsa. aHery , and rata ami carry to uii trosa. the heart Its allotted au tlou of blood, and wier. cay sot oi ressels refisa (bes cause what It may) to carry taeir proportion, ths correal of blood becomes diinaeU. up; In other words, a eoaceeties. takes place, giving iaiu io a greaUr or less extent. Jfcre. then, h ibe begtButna; of ilueased action, which, If cot'ra Iievbd, wtll soon run. into louaamaiion, and the disease) become established- Dkosjedectioabelng once artabllabed tae bloou become tapure, nd t. e regularity of acsioa oa the-part at the lirsr,sKin, bowels, dec, Is' sura to belter rapte ., aad Ute xeuersi systum, bj syipatMsIng wttsj tbe local cnmpti.ii'., pecoi. es Involved la tbe cUHeutty. That this I the true state of ;ho case, let any cae call to mind ale symptoms oa catching cold. The local di3calty raay be a sore throat, whwu is tuugestioa of the blood, iJioacUtr soraetlaies to an loJammaBoa about the turosi, owlsc to previous deranged state of tho Circulation f end ha wtfl re laetnber that kuboretsbeuuacosUve, tlsUverdoranesd, or his skin dry and fevorisb, hU bead stopped on- pitas aad. ecbejlfl Ms booej, jotnu.down tbe back, head acasZ ols euargo ot water irom the eyes aad nose, with manfother sapieaiant and psinrul symptom. Had ho used Kid war's Keady Kelief whea the consastian wassetUorlD.iitMaV plicauoa to the tbrot. and. swallowed a dose of trti Mega ialors, he woeld bae brekea up the congestion, aad re store the regalanty oa the pan of tbe liver, stln, bowete, Sc., whicb had been brokea la upon by the effects of Use sere threat. Kegurarhy avtafaluertasilshed, the Impart, blood is soon puri3el, aad toe aircalatlos agaia eqalls4 and the heaita revtored KAUWAVS RECULATOBS Possess this great power of .Kl:-LlZlG THS CIKCCLATION, And regalatlee all tko organs of tha body to a natural aad haalthy acuou. ttadwaj's Kegulaton posseii properties teat alt otisr PUU are dedeleot In. and are the only pills in use that eas be taken for any leccth of time without woakcsisx tha sys tem. TberalwarsIeavethesTstecits asealthr eoaditfas: tba liver, bowess, hesrt, paaereas, kidneys and skin, regular, and ready to dlhar-e laelr sereral faneaons without re course io uaiutiath, di ids. Ever; dote of Htdwa)' Escalators that are taken' will infuse new life. freu ttresztn. and sound heziib. to tha weak and feeble body. A8 A FAMILY PHYSIC. one or two of Redasy'o Hegutators will asswera better Sarpoto taaa caswr ou, cooisaoa puis, blue pills, Lee's or iliuut piU,or i - otber cathartic, bllloas. drastic" nare. lives, ta.ti, or senase. 1 te tie juiators will qalckly opea tho baweU, force a natsral nastace. and will leave ih wholo sysura la a bealiby slate. How the B. H. H. Keaedles raised Mrs-Sarah A. Konra. IroDi a crippled and belpleaa eoadidoa to sound a ex lib. after tha skitl of tear of the most learned phytldaBa la New York had failed to relieve her, Drs. Parker, ftaese. -Wardlo, andilictelia. t. LLAU HER LETTER. ' January 3, Uii. Messrs. Kadwa-tt Go. I triad roar Ueadv tteiiacuil aad zayjoinvs rubbed with U, and 1 never felt pain alter tho srstten raioawe iwasreuouu wuaitop to ue present time. Sire, I do do tknow w-at t compare ivto batacbirmt foe ft Is a mystery to me. I was a clippie for two jean, and had not the proper use of my lirsbi fur tcree years. I was worn down to a skeleton. 1 taea commenced the nsoof vcmr tfeadr Kelief. Keeulvebt,abU Kezulatocs. Tbe Diin leu ice In teu laluutes, and I tesran l gain strength very fast, and could walk nb ease to a few weeks, before 1 heard of our remedies I was taken to Dr. farter, Dr. Ks.se, Dr. iVardle. Dr. Macleian, and oianv other objrslelana :n this. city, I eauBot nuw ruutumuer. 1 was completely pulled ts pieces by them, llf coagulation was completely brokaa up wnn medicines inaiaiu me no good. 1 could uot iul a foot to the ground uor pick up a pin. 1 waa lilted and ear rled up aad down .tairs like an infant., and now, tbaak Godl by tbe ass of .ur remedies, 1 am as stroog as ever. I had the common rte uicatUm intlaianuitorr aad caroslo - and the palsy. Voucaa publish this, 11 you like. OAlvAU a. nuuuiit 21 ICGth st., between tbo 7th and fclb aveauet, N.Y. uncuiiroi .rtu tew CRlPl'LEl) Winl 1APIR- December 31it,lK5. FKbK FUOit PAIN AND WALKED WITH RAStt. MllLbS. JUPTHAOaKDINKK. Asaverofall; Injury of ihokneu pan i xLxcrutlaUBS palaa iimeiy arrival, oucces.iui erncacj oi aauwaj'a cveaay Relief. Drsjdea, Weakly Oe.,Tcno.,Dao.31. 1SS&. I,Jeptha Gardtuier.ol UoabuVe place, do pablUb.lhak for many rears I have been afflicted wltb Kbeamatlsar, aad on tbe evvmug of uecembor vmh, leas, while walking la. my;am, itei wub great violence on me ice. cruising trie kneopau vet, badly. llurUter eerut;,thai oa the above day Mr. John J. Uontdlci.a tfavelllbe nject of KadwaT ec- Uo., arrived at Ibis utace,aBi bearing ol my heavy fall aad the terribio cumpaauil ibataMtKied me, recummexultd Jb rfif u-U--.;'i:..lr Umtv r,-huis lent, and loeravy short ume tba pain crawl, tbo swelungavaud, ud I aa now able to wa:k witboai the use ot cy cane, tree front pain. 1 havo tried several other remedies, but found EO relief, lucaseeot extreme paiu,RaCwa;'. Heady itelief U far preferable to all u:ttr ruined oi. Ii any onedoabtathe Uulh oi ibis eeuacw, let ibam cail on ine at my resldsaee, or write to mo at Drtuden, Teua., and I will give them tell, loformatton. JffllA UAKDU!li I'otyearsSIr. Gardinier had suiloredine torturiagpatss of KheumatUia. Us was unable to wait without tha aid of a stick. - Ou ike SSKll of December he fim trlid the HR. Relief. On tbe 31st leuld walk without aid and free from pain. Lct<uhoarecripyted orbed rlcuea laiaicof this FKVKR AND AGUE. Ksdtray'a Ready lielief and Radway's Regulxt3rs aro positive ccntirus tbi Ague and Fevur, Let those nctlcted lake from two to u. 3 ot Kadnay'a. Regulators ersry night tad a lea spoonful of Keaey Keltef la wvtter, on rising father morslBg, aad twice during the day thkne wtit soon tree ths system from the poLca ot aue. llow the R. P. K. Kemedies restore consumptives to hsalUi, steps the rarases of decay, heals ulcerj In the lungs and. throat, cures asteiaa, breBCklus,chronic eoagus, and all diseases &m! coea pla.cts of tbe taroat, longs aud chest. Persona who Have beeu troubled with chronlo sore throats, tubercles la Ut- taDgs, broucbutj, or glacdalar elections, ara lnbrtaed last tbe it. IU K. Hemeutes will cure them or tbsse terrible dUeases ou Ue saote principle. Let the Ready Ketlsf be applied extarsalty on u.'a chest and arouad tao. tbroat. Thtswiil effect an important and woadenally ben oGcial result. It wi.l get up a powonul coanIeirrttattIl$ orce, and withdraw from the glands of tha throat all con rested blood tbal Bja inlertore wi ii tbe tespiratory organs. Pdiswus trettbled lib, a.luraa, aard and diaicall breathing', sharp palss waa Uiio a long brealb, win Sod aa tinmeou ate relief after aa application of Kaaway'a Keady Relief, la. cases where the Iangs are diseased, we giro Kadway's Re solvent. Tbe action of this medicine reseivct away the dis eased deposit, it heals all uleers, and removes uberelos. We hive known persons, who bad no idea or ever rislas frema sick bed, to be restored to sound health with not-a partiele of eaBsuapUve naleriai In their bodies to hastes decay. Hadwai's hegulatcrs, la '-he cases, keep the syt tsot rtrgnlar, and. equalize tae circauboa of ue blood. THB ROTALTOUCH. llow tho tt. K. Resolvent cured ths King's Erll, after a soa gress of erewaed taoaaretis tailed to restore the scppUoaat io bealth. THR FIBST SiG.i. ThoprsBe ef pimples, bloi.tios,pGsta!os,totterstmh. IiUIe sores, petaful Itchier, hot Quoits, Ac., ara sure imi tations of tfee preeeuee uf loreii;a and impure humors la UsO avstem, aed tf aileweet to mtoale with tae blood and remain in the syeiesi, emipug tee blood acd Oillnj: the sewer of tbe body mtb lmpunuee, seres and alters wilt break out and cover t bedy wrtb taetr repulsive presence. The sUln,unar t'eese petsoaous loCuecces, becomes aa eruptive volcano, exbtMiiB? to the eye the diastisg Ura of disease in tbe ferai of salt, rheum, caucera, ulcers, fever sorei, putrid fios!i, king's evil, aud the most ulghttal erup tion of the skie. Kadway's tiesuly Reeotreat ax eared the most terrible or skin diseases aad besots. II will never tall fa the wors cases. LARGE HO LBS IN THR NECK. An Hsatrraatcafled ubou ns a few months since, who had bvo troubled wllu the aiseaee called Mcg'j hvil. He had two very targe aoiea la asa oeca, mu uu ucau. uw; aoct legs ware eet end. with toe most disgusting aad sickealBg sores. We immediately placed hita uuder tue Influence CI tbe Hewlveet. In six weeta Iio.a ih Ume he called upoa us every sore was boated. Not erua a sera was latt upoa bit bcty to reatndbiia al the King's rll. " ' Ibis man, Ttae UKw sends oi other ilelnded persons, bad thrown hiiaseif prixxnted before two Botperors, four Klsgs and oneduoeB.te be touched by too Sogers of Royalty, be llevluc; tbat tbe haade of their "most sacred majesties would drive away tbe evil." The heaovatiug Resolvent aad more power tit restoring this poor detadea victim of a cruel disease to a sound cvwetuoa cf body, than all ths kings and raoaarcfas oa the earth. BOIL6.CTJRED DYK? R. RESOLVENT. Lima, ledmoa, Deo 13, ICS. Messrs. Radway ft Co.,Chemlsu, N. V. tend me-two. dozes of K.K. iteseivea. I a.ve been sorely aSlctecLwUi bolls. 1 have tx-cu loraeeaud wila these u.'sagrueable ez- cretcenees for more than two years. I tried all kinds of medicine without effect- I commenced the Resolvent. Oas bottle cured me etrttrety. 1. have since) icomm?nded It to others. Yours truly, R-O. WKIGHT. Pultau itet,Jiew York. Sold by Druggists, Merebaata, aad Store keepers every where. -PILES! PILES 1 PILES 1 IBM ORBXCTO tSTKiCTiBt.3 ClSkat, OT kTSaX TCXIC iSB if tviar stask, CORED BY ISTh.kNAl APPLICATION OVLT. ?. Hit. C AV AN A iW It'S PILE SALVE WILL never fed i Cieibg tt raediottf relief, and JWJfU tivelv curr g tbe won -Ed moat obstinate case cf Hemorrhoids or Pis It setae ONLY IN e ALLIUM IUKEDY KNOWN hereoreteewbere f. r tbe file, aad m tha resell of jeara of patient ttudr iaU iarcsjtigjtioa. Sufferers froni Piles oov Uvea remedy at band tralea Wi" STAND THS TSST 0? TRIAL, withent a fear bt fwfcro ou iw part, to do alt tha proprietor claims for It , , Full directions sccatnpanyiBg each bas ; and all that la requisite is strictly u olnerve tbem, aad a enra Is ctrruin to toiiow. Or T II. CiTixacsrr, (Present) Deu- Sir . When 1 arrived in tbe city a few data' ago, I was suffering lateaatly wn tha pdet. I mentioned, ray conditi.n toyou. asking jimr advice. You recirameadta your Pde Salve sa log i. woaid cure rse. I tried It ltd eiTect was inimedute aad I id OOTT well. I bet aro it to be. asitprvri-d in my eat, an la valuable remedy, jind a sure cure .or that dsMue, tbe Puea, and aa such, tecoca, meud it to others. lours tm'y. JOHN W. HANSON, ofSt. Louis, tib, Ftf" Price tt per tx,s. For sule la Nashvlrfe by Kwin Eru8.,Vhoaiile AgeaM, and by Druggists and Doilrre gecerally. , Lr. T. II, CAYANAOGH, SjIo Proprietor. aug'81 ly i5Ke St. Lsutf, JlCv st'GAK- , 4 J TWO Enndre 1 hbds Fair o Chrias Suzar.jait reIvtd -and for tAe low by JOHNiON, 110E..A A CO wpt!6 HrrWiarwr. V. JU. HAKUKaVK, HOtiSE, SIGN ANl ORNaIIENTJlL PAINTEi:, JJUUikl' aiii.r.nii IO?127 If NiishvillOjTcaa. I - .