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4 If WD 1 ill :u mi ' mi ' urn,, -, mi, m m L.l. XX JLJL M.., JL JL-i JLJi U JL T JL J L V VJL l- .1 - . .. 1 s A.; . U' L NASHVILLE, TENN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1856. vol. xxvni. T ft 1: ... v 1. 4 I A JEf" RAILROADS, &Gf NAI1YILLE AND CHATTANOOGA . Hates of Freight on Product to CHARLESTON A3TD SAVANNAH, TO TAKK XriTCr OX XTDAITEB TBI FIRST DAY OF JUNE NEXT. AT a recent meeting of President and SnperintendenU' of the various Roads connecting Nashville with Charleston and Saranah, the following rates of Freight were caopica: FIRST CLASS. Feather, Wool, Flonr in Sacks and Bookt, period tl 0 Beeswax, Ginseng, Pink Root, Cotton. Rope and Barrimr. Hemn. Star Candles. Soan. Lard and Lmsead Oil and Window Glass, per 100 tl 00 THIRD GLASS. Leaf Tfihaeen in hhds. ner 100 . 80 Whisky, per barrel.... 8 Beef and Pork, per barrel , ? W Klnnr wr hh1. . x , 1 -40 TlrnftT-w in IntnCFil dnmn ftntt nnTrnrH H ....... 1.00 road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation of the articles ab.ve at the rates as speciueo,- nonce,' xi- AnKw'i nuvli b p o Superintendent. 1'ENNSVLVANtA "AllttOAlli THE Great Central Route, connecting the Atlantic cities vriUiWestcrn.NorthweBtern, and Sonthwestern'States; by a continuous Railway" direct. This road also connect n Pittsburg with daily line of Steamers to all ports vn the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and 8andusky with Steamers to all ports on the Northwestern Lakes ; making tho roost dtrect, chtayest and relialle rouU by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Great Witt. Rates betcreea Philadelphia and Pittsburg : FIRST CLASS, -lioots, Shoes, Dry Uoods I looa (in boxes,) Fnra, Feathers, ic f 750 Pr 10016 SECOSU CLASS. Rooks and Stationery, j Dry Go-ids fin bales,) Hardware, Lea- G0c per 1001k tier, Ac ) THIRD CLS.-Anvils Bagging Bacon, I M 100Jb and Pork (in bulk,), Hemp, As. . .... 1 r FOUllTd CLASS.-TCsUee, Fish. Bacon, 1 4 or 1001b and Pork (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil, f 40c Pr 100B Honr ?1 ps r bbl. until farther notice. Grain 50 cis. per 100 lbs. until further notice. Cotton f2per bale, not exceeding 600 lbs. weight, until further notice. -,... jgf" In chipping Goods from any point East of Phila delphia, bo particular to mark puckage " via PhSadtSphia Jlailroad." All Goods consigned to the Agents oftbis Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with opt detention. Fcsianr AoasTS. Harris, Wonnley 4 Co, Memphis, Tennessee; R. F. Sass A. Co, 8t. Lonis; J. H: Mitchell & Son, Evatiffrille, Indiana; Dnmesnil, Bell and Mnrdock, and Carter & Jewett, Louisville, Ky.;R.C. Meldrum, Madison, Indiana; Spngmnn & Brown, and Irwin 4 Co., Cincinnati; N. W. Graham 4 Co, Zanesville, Ohio; Leech 4 Go, 'o 64 Kilby street Boston; Leech 4 Co. 2 Astor House, New York; No. 1 William street, and No. 8 Batteri Place, New York; U.J. Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw 4 Koons, Bal. timore; Gpo. C Franciscua. Pittsburg. U II. HOUSTON, General Fteiglt Agent, PhSa. U. J. LOMBAERT, Suft,Alt0oni,Pa. )an3 '66, tUlj '67. PENNSYLVANIA .KAIIiKO AD. rpHREB Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia JL and Pittsburg- THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7J. A. M., and Pitts burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P.M., and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 1, P.M. TUB NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M, and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, P. M. The above lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads to ami from St. Ionis, Ma; Alton, Galena and Chicago, 111.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra Haute, Madison. Lafayette and Indianapolis, Ind.; Cincio; nati, Dayton, Sprmgaeld, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, ColnmDus, Zanesville, Massillon, and Wooster, Ohio; alsi, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans St. Louis, Lonisvilleand Cincinnati Throueh Tickets can be had to or from either of tb BbFor further particulars, see Handbills at the diSerent starting point. Passengers from the West will find this the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia Baltimore, New ork or Boston. TUOS. MOOUE, Aorsr, Panenger Lxntt, PhUada 3. HESKIMtSX, Aottsr. P.ueengcr Lmtt, PtiUburg. Philadelphia, 1 85i janS ly TflK SIIOItTEST AN MOST niKKIST ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES FROJl ALL POINTS SOOTH AND WESr. Central Ohio AND Itaiiiniorc and Ohio RAILROADS, RUNNING TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OSIO, AND BALTIMORE, 23 UOUR-U BAGGAGK CHECKED T1IR0UGH I THE ONLY ROUTE by which through tickets to Wash ington can be procured, to which point as well as to Baltimore, it is the shortest, most direct and in every re spect the m-iht reliable route. It is the only route by which imrcliasers of Through Tickets to New York are enabled to reach the citit of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York at the cost of a Ticket to New York only, thus en ablinz Business Men and Travelers for pleasure or infor mation to visit fjiir of the principal cities in the Union for less cost than can be alTorried by any other route. And il is tho only route by which Through Tickets can be had to Richmond. Nnrfiik. Winchester, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg, Va , Charleston, Savnnnah, Macon, At lanta, Aujiivta, Bt-rUny Springs and Bedford Springs. l'asen"rs from Nashvillk take the Stage Coaches of Carter 4'Tbi'ma'!, or steamers on the Cumberland river, to Louisvillk, connecting there with the United Stata Mail Eteimers to Cincinnati, or with the Jeffersonville Railroad to Indianapolis, Ind, make direct connection at Uolumbin.Ohio, with the Central Ohio Railroad to Wheel ing whence close connection with the Baltimore and Ohio lUi'lroad is made to Washington City. Baltimore, Phila delphia and New York. f rif Passencere holding Through tickets from Mem phis are lranlerred at Cairo to the cars of the Illinois Central Kiilroad. Irom thence passing through Terre Huutc. Indianapolis, U3yton and Xenia to Columbus. Three Daily Trains leave Columbus, at 10 A. M, 8:30 P. M. and .ij-TraTelers are requested to notice that wbil? this is thirty rouU afl .rding Through 'tickets to all the Eastern Cilies at the same rate as charged by other routes to Aria Jori ola. it is uNo the shlest, most peedy and direct to all the lead.ng intsm the East. The distance from Columbus to Balnnmreis only fi7t miles, being about 100 miles shorter tu New York, than by any other route. There are lew changed of cars by this route, and consequently leas detention, than br any other. The rnai is ballasted with broken Etone and is emirtly free from du.t. , . nn nmiurv For liuilieriBlormation, please apply to D. G. KUllHhl, Agent, Nathville. Tenn. . F..r Through Tickets apply in Louisville at the office of the U. S. Mail steamers, or at the Jeffersonnlle Ra jilroad Office, M ain street. WM. S. WOODSI DL, Aiasier irauimuuii -. JOHN M. SHARP, General Western Agent. iun NAS11V1LLE AM) CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD- ARRIVAL AND DhPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. ( iSKSiSSAlS.P. M, arrives at ChDa-Pan'er ulres Chattanooga at 6, A. M, arrives rives at Nashvil.e ai mp, - N,nK,,s-i,. pnl,.t. ifesiiviLLK AND CHATTANOOGA AS the Nashville aad Chattanooga Railroad Company hv, nontled .nd reminded the Ci-ntral Railroad Com-"a-,uul , .i cn..n.-i -i. onH it does not foSVaven n. Sced'or recognised in the band bills inmnv recently distributed in our city, we take ofthatCompanyrectf'i 'j , -i.inriers by 7,b5j.Ytto rate mil be $1 85 per UK) IbsonlstClau. U,atl,no that the rate mil o w t fl 25 GuWdS,li thrm ch rate on First Class Goods Irom the the average througn raie o ,o lhg 1Q cenU ttd. Seaboard io Aasnviiie, uui i ditionalintbeumcranu a--. - - 100 lbs n;V&m June to Dcembe"-. and 1 15 Bdvertifementfl BSirom-u ANDERSON, trom Deccmner Sairinendent tranVi'oSi'on office. N.C.R R. -.ni- nnrmfti f Nashville having discontinued re- notified ot the arrival ot ineir nlln Oi. no abmofrmpM.;"'""" M ,h"e autho- ticeandrV'1'h(,J;1'nee The rc.pcnsibility ol the rszed agent of the C- of tlie 3, and claims road ,n'w"M"S mlinotbe llosed aflcr de fer deficiencies and Pf ing tbe duty or the agent livery "P1" bJ, evidences ot delivery, consignee., fnliaveinhisr,.Ml'D r"u . . r,ir h!1 articles r their Te plaee ; of a, delivered. l not kn0wn, will be sent to the business or rcs,(1,-nceri1AS. w. ANDERSON, Agent. rostoa.ee. ttb Te B0tlCB 1S D0t to give NvU7onv unnererv trouble, or compel draymen Consignees any """atdo not legitimately belong to assume ""s , ''ISply todtfine the position of the lUAUi " cutil S- II I w " el--rTiJ , KAU FOR SALE. aTTiTiiNAM' "U,WA; .,i trained D SrVSi SSlSSjS H qnircd 1 by DliY GOODS. THOMPSON &'C0.3 FALL AND WINTEll DIIY GOODS. 1856. THOMPSON & CO., are now opening a large and varied aiiortment of FALL AND WINTER DKV GO JDS. IVewoaMuk particular attention to our Stoct thU seaion, It being composea w every uung new ana ueuauie tu im found In the Eastern martet, wblch we are determined lb alias cheap as any nouse mine city. All we ask Is an exam ination of oar Stock to prove It. we take great pleasure in inowinj oar gooas. Silks. We have a large lot or Silks on hind, varying from 80 cts. per jaru to $108 per patUm. A beautiful line of Silks at 91 per yard, wblch we eut In any qnanlty to salt purchasers: SPLENDID FLOUNCED SILKS. .Brocade flounce, .. Satin do Jatpa do Velvet very fine, .. .. forevening; very hand some an! new; stripe and plaid Silks of all kinds and quali ties; plain and rept ollk, all colors; black Silks of all kinds Cakbmero nil A IleLaiucs. Our Stock of Woolen Dress Goods embra'os ever thing In this lire. Plain and figured DeLainet, In any quantity; Plain Cubraeres, all kinds. Plain Merino, all kinds; Palm Merino, all kinds. Rich Casbmrre patterns for Roses, WoolFlaids, of all kinds. Bombazines; Alpaceas; ParamethasjTameie Cloths and Mourning Goods of all kinds, rjicft floods. We would call the attention oi tbe Ladles to our Stock of aace ucoas.init tbey wiunna toweimng 10 ieasainemia price and taste. Fine Val. Lace Pellerine beautiful article; New atjle Lace Bershe very line; New style Va.l Lace Capes; New style Val. Lace Setts very fine and entirely new; New style Point Lace, do; New stylo Black Thread Lace Setts very desirable; . . . . Lace Collars; Trimmed, do; .. Handkerchiefs; Very rich Point Lace Bridal Veils; Handkerchiefs, &c, to match. Val. .Lace; Point Lace; Superfine Lace, and real Thread Lace; a large assortment always on hand. Embroider! c. New Style Embroidered Muslin Fells, .. .. .. .. Collurs, .. .. .. Handkorcliitis, Embroidered Sktrts, Embroidered dresnes job. Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings a large lot, .. .. .. Flouncing a large lot, Linen Edgings andlnsertings,, Embroidered Muslin Caps new and cheap, .. Capes new and beautiful, For tlie JIubiek. Rich Embroidered Silk Hals new an 1 beautiisl, .. .. Merino Hats ncn andbtaulilul, .. .. .. Bonnets .. .. Silk Bonnets Fine Embroidered Merino Cloaks; .. Blankets, Embroidered bodies and baby dressess of all kinds. Fine Embroidered Muslin and Lace trimmed Caps. Those tblngs are very desirable, being new and cheap. Itibboiis. Oar stock of Ribbons is very large aad well assorted Kleb Moire Antique Ribbon, .. Brocade Kibbon, . . Jaspa Stripe Ribbon , . Plaid ribbon, Plain Ribbons of all kinds, and rich Sash Ribbons. Cloaks anil Jslisnvls. We have now in store a large lot of new stylo Cloaks, aiso Shawls and Scarfs, of every dercrlpllon: Kicn velvet Talmas, .. .. Cloaks shawl pattern, new .. Cloth cloaks new, .. Plnsh cloaks very new, Very Fine Brocfae Shawls, .. Stella Bordered Shawls, .. Plush shawls oew, .. Bay Slata plaid ebawlls all kinds, - Geutlcmen'stravcllng shawls, Ladles1 traveling shawls. Gentlemen's Wear. Rich Trench Cassimeres new style, Stripped Cassimeres new style, Plain and Plaid cassimeres, of all kinds, Black French Cassimeres, Cloth, Bloo French Cloth, .Rich Velvet Vest patterns,, uncnt RlcbSilk vest patterns -black and fancy, Rich Cashmere vest patterns, All kinds of Boys' wear. Gentlemen's under-wear. Riding Gloves, Dress Gloves, etc, etc uioves ana iiosicrj-. Ladles', Gentlemen's and Childrens' Gloves In great va riety, . Alexandre's hia uioves; nacr bctn liioves, Cashmere and Silk Gloves, plush lined, Alexandre Silk (plain) and Raglan Gloves, Lisle Berlin Gloves, lined and unlined, Taffol,Ptush lined, Gloves, etc., etc. Black and Psarl Silk, and Flesh colored Hoso, Raw Silk Hose, Plushllued and plain, Cashmere, Lambs' Wool and Atpacca Hoo, Children's Pane? and Plain Wool Hose, or all kinds. Curtains aisa Curtain .Huterliils. Elegant Lace and Embroidered Muslin Curtains, Embroidered Muslin for Curtains, by the piece, Kicti Satin and German Damask, all colors and kinds. Gimp Tassels, Loops and Cornice, to match. Carpet. In this line wa Intend to excel by keoptne the largest stock In tbe cily, and selling at reasonable prices. Having a large stock on hand, and being desirous of selling as many as pos sible before removingto our new house, we think it would be to the advantage of those wishing to purchase Carrots to take a look at our stock before puichaslng elsewhere. Kich Velvet Carpets, nner man usually Drought to Ihlt market Rich Brussels and Tapestry Carpels, 3 ply English and American Carpets, Ingrain Carpets, of all kinds, Cheap Carpets, ef every description. Fine Mosaic, Velvet and Brussels Rags, Deor and Parlor Mats, in great variety. llomcktic and House I'lirnlktiliig Goods. ueauiiiui rrencniainu, an qualities, English and American Chintz, all qualities, English and American Prints, in great variety, Ballard Vale Flannel, something that will not shrink, Welsh and French Flannels, vary fine, Opera Flannels, all colors, Bay State Flanntls, white (great job.) Linen Table Diaper, all kinds. Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, ColoredTable Cloths and Napkins to match, Russia 8heetlngs,all qualities, Russia and Huctabuck Toweling Fine Damask Towel. Wo have on hand a large stock of Staple Goods of every description. iiiunifbua & uu. sepC 21 Public Square. TO MERCHANTS. XXTE desire to call the attention of Merchants visiting Stock of Goods, to our xerj complete and extensive HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS, Ac. We are gratified in being able to offer to the Trade a most complete and extensive assortment of TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, embiacing every variety of style n tliry, wmcn IS daily Deing increaea wiia iresu ur rivals imported direct trom the principal manufacturers in Europ, lh wo . rmred to sell at very low Our stock of HARDWARE in all the varieties is p , ably more complete and extensive than any that hare ever beenoffered in the Nashville market. Wo aWo keep a Inrl-ftSt-CS 01 Cotton, uemp auu SttahA Rolling Cloths, Machine Belting, Steam rXud Ilose. Rivets ol all kinds, Iron Crass and Copper Wire, Sheet Zinc. Ulock Tm Farming Imple T . u.m.ittiirg Whtat lhrusners. menu, uorn oeiiem, .--' -- Page's Patent PorUble Saw Mills, .So , &s All are inviied to examine our stock before purchasing else where sept7 47 College street. CIRCULAR SiVvvs AND SAW MANMI; ALAKUb lotot circular V-V" sizes itist received by MAC BY A HAMILTON. . 4 M L-I .Mil If If .tfll'S. TUST receivid the very largest assortment or Planes . ii i n . . it . l,. li. in NRh- 1 1 ana uruces ana uuw ever nuereu iui twiv il0 MvCEV A HAMILTON. saua;k tuiTi'iats. WE have jost received a lot of Sausage Cutters a superior article -every lums keeper should have one HW1.17I ' r. 1 s. imjmi.iu... iiiiifi'in iiti.Ti J.iriiK. 1.1, t II 1 . . - . - ... . -. - IORsaleat my PlanUtion, in Williamwin county, lov cash or on tim. Fl VE KLACIC JACKS, three yea-s old imrxirted Irom the Island or Malta, of pure blood. IVH tillluxtw " a i a ir n. I AM manufacturing daily at my Eclipse Stove Foun dry in this eity, a good assonment of hTO ES AND HOLLOW vARr.,viz: Ovens. PoU, skillets and Lids, Sad Irons and And irons of diUerentpatlers,forthe whole sale and retail trade, at small profits. Also Tin, Copper and Sheet lion Ware, ol the best qual ity, at low figures. A few fine chamber tetts of Bnttania Ware, and No 1 Refrigerators, on hind and for sale low. Particular attention paid to Roofing and Guttering with Tin or Copper. , , . , & Olk'copper, rewler, Brass and Scmp Iron taken in exchange for my manufactures. II P.DORRIb, and fim No. fi College st.. near Church st ... t a I a .MIS 'Infill A fTmi. Oil us" r Peter Lorillard, KANCTlCTtnilR NO. 42 CHATHAM STREET, NEW 1 0RK, SUCCESSOR of Psteb A Gxoaoa Lomu-taD, offers lor sJe aUkinds of SNUIT and TOBACCOS m general use. For particulars, a Faica Cobbmt can be obtained by addressingas above. This Establhment is one of the oldest of the kind in the United States. TJiay20 IT wYBAGSSmithABeden-aiixirarumiij nou., j. 1VU cetreaana.BTRsE4N0LEN 19-tf Broadway, GAS FOIt COUNTUY HOUSES AND STEAittBOATS PATENT IIENZOLE GAS County anil-State Rights for Sale. The only ijcnzoio iiiiicninc mat win give a good light THE entire apparatus is simple; occupies bat little room, requires little or no attention except winding up, sirrilarto acloek. The txp me is one third less than ordinary Coal Gas; and makes tbe most handsome and cheapest light in tbe u T - Y. : i Ji ii , wuuu. i u uu .Lou ju iiracurai uperaiiou at nenuer son & Bros., Doaderick street. Anv persons wanting their houses lighted can ba sup pled immediately, they .hiving made a contract for the furnishing ef Davidson county, and solicit orders. Information concerning State and County rights, can be una uy applying 10 v ai. Y AttJMC, ang 21 Cherry Btreet, Nashville. For tbo Complete Cure ol Coughs, Coldit Influenza, Astlima, Bronchitis, Spitting or ctlood rind all other Lung Complaints tending to Consumption. THIS preparation Is getting Into use all over our country. The numerous letters wo receive from our various a geots, Informing ns of cares effected in tholr immediate neighborhoods, warrant ns In saying It is one of tho best, if not the very best Cough Medicine now before the public It almost Invariably relieves and not unfroquontly cares the very worst cases. When all other Cough preparations tuvo failed, thlshas relieved the patient,as Druggists, deal ers in Medicines, and Physicians can testify. Ask the Agent tn your nearest town, what has been his experience of tho offsets of this medicine. If he has bssn sellineit foranv length of time he will tell you It Is the best medicine. extant. , uio w wo give a lew extracts trom letters w e nave recsiv od Isallyregarding tho virtues of this medicine. Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ca., says: I have- been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively in my prac tice for threo years past, and, It Is with pleasure 1 state my Deuoi in us superiority over ail ouier articles Wltn wmcn l am acquainted, for which it la lecommended. Messrs. FitztTcralddc Rrenners. writing from Wavnesvllle. N. C, says: "The Liverwort and Tar is becoming daily moro popular in this country, and we think Justly so. Aft who have tried it speak in commendable terms of It, and say itis very bencEcialin allev lallnc the comnlaluts or which It is recommended. our Agent In Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S. K. Mcrall, assures ns that he usesitwith great becefll in his own family ana recommends it to nisneisnoors." no gives an instance i la negro woman in his vicinity, who had been suffering IfhHI.M.A nflk. T.nntM hr tun .fl.nitnil lth . fii-rt . ccugh,wbowas reliovedbythe Liverwort and Tar. Such are the good reports we hear of this Medicine from all parts of tbe South. For a report of the surprising cures ithas performed In the Western and Northorn and Eastern States, wo would invite the suffering patient to read the pam phlet which accompanies each bottle. To al we say, nave ope, navo nopal Try tho Medicine!! Re warned In season!!! And negloe not that cough which is daily weakening your constitution. Irritating yourtbroat and lnngs, and Inviting on that dread disease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a rem edy can bo obtained as Rogers' S) rup of Liverwort and Tar. llewaro of Counterfeits and base Imitations. The genuine artiale is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around each boltlo. Price, One Dollar per Dottle, or six Bottles for Five Dol lars. Sold wholesale and rxlail by BCOVIL & MEAD, in unanressi. uei.uonu ana M.ixuis,n.u., sole Agent or the Southorn States, to whom all orders and applications for Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by fewm uromers, iterry ot iemoviio, A. tt. noscoc, i nos. Wells, and O.W. flendorehott. Nashvllls. Tenn .and brail other Ilrsrtiststhrnugh the Stale. an!2 d&triwly. JOY TO THE WOULD! THE ONLY INFALLIBLE KRMEDY Hurley's Sarsaarilla. OF all the remedies that have been discovered during the present age for the "thousand ills that flesh It heir to," none equal this wonderful preparation. Only three years navoeiapsoa since me aiscovoror(wno spent a decade in etudtlnz.experimentallztncand perfecting it) first Introduc ed il to the public, and it is already recognized' by the most eminent pnyeicians man parts 01 me country tODeuiemosl surprising aodcffrclive remedy for certain diseases of which they have knowledge. Another compounds or syrups or the root havehilherto failed to command the sanction of tho faculty, because, on bolng tested, they have been found to contain noiious ingre. dionts, which neutralize tho good effects of tbosaraapartlla, and oftentimes injure the health of the patient. It is notso with Huriey's preparation. This is the pure and genuine extract of the root; and wIU,on trial, be found to effect a certain and ptrfeel cureof the fol lowing complaints and disease. : Aueciion oi me cone, naDiiuai uosuvenesi, Debility, Indigestion. Diseases of the Kidueys, Liver complaint, Dyspepsia Files, Krysipelas, Pulmonary Diseases, Female Irregularities, Scrofula, or King's Kvll, Fistula, Syphilis, And all Diseasesof ihe Skin. Besides curinz the above, it is also known to be a treat and powerful tonic, purifying the blood and invigorating the system. lo short, it Is without excoption, In the cases mentioned and Us general effect on the system, tho most efficacious, as it ts most desirable, remedy ot tne age. ii is already exten sively used throughout the country, and Is fastobtainlng an Enrnnern reputation. The Instances of cures it has effected are daily coming to the proprietor's knowledge, and he has nohenilation in recommending it to one and all who desire to procure relief from suffering. One bottle being tried, its ef. fects will bu ton apparent to admit of farther doubt. Recollect Hurley's Sarsapanlla is the only genuine article In the market. JO Price one dollar porbottle,orslx Tor live dollars. For sale at tho manufactory, corner of Seventh and Green streets, Louisville, Ky. Alan, wholesale and retail by H. O. SCOV1L, and Ly dealers in Medicine throughout the United States, cauaJA anu aioxico. janvj aotwiy Wholesale Agents. Nashville JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PLASTER. ItHK Great Homed y tor Rheumatism, Gout, Pain In the . Side, Hip, Hack, Limbs and Joints; Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swelling, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fix ed pains whatever. Where this Plastor Is applied palncanno exist. r. i t , A.i.i ... ......... n- ....... w ..... . . . . . . n. n . UUI imu uciicuti.L lu uMDoin nca.ucaB, sum as . am and Weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Af fection of the Lungs In their primary stages. It destroys In- carnation ty pcrspirauon. James Llioyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, tostlges that, by its usealone he was cured of Rheumatism In both of his kneos.of several yearsstanding. The following was handed ns by a respectable Physician in Georgia: Messrs. scovn v .ueaa uenis: i nave oeen using yonr Llvorwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very extensively in my practice forlhroo years past, and It is with pleasure that! state my belief in their superiority overall other articles, wltn wmcn i am acquainted, mr me purposes lor wnicn moy are recommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially. Is an universal pennec-i for local pains. 1 have also found tt a mos eiceuent application lorsprams and Bruise. It elves uni- voi1,3.J"!aii8iacuonwiicreverui,i. OSLIN.M D. Try- itewaro oi uountericiwditu wouiibwwu.. .rr. ..i.,i. uriit in rutnrn hnvn tho siirnatnro of n.Tav- lor on the siecl plate engraved on thelabelon tho topof each ""purchasers are advidsed that a moan counterfeit ofthli ar- 11 Tho ge nuine iold by us, and by our agents appointed thro izli bo Soutn, and no podlar ts allowed to sell it. Doal- u....i,...ra.nnr.llv urn cannoned asralntt buying of any butour regular agents, otherwise thowlllbeimpoed "p., hv worthless article. fcCOVIL & MEAD." Ill Charlres street, Now Orloans, Sole General Agents for thoSouthern Stales, to wnom auoruers uiu. iuii..ij & Soldalso by Kwin llrothers, Berry & Deraoville, A R Roscoo Thomas Wells and G W Hendershott, Nashville, Tenn., and by all other Druggists throueh the State. Jania ivl&triw. ALEXANDER 31. WALLACE, General Commission Merchant, AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE, ATLANTA. GEORGIA. nt. r.ivE fPECIAt- ATTENTION TO T1TE SALE OF BA CON, LARD, FLOUR, TOBACCO ice, &C, (SO. nr KB TO .. i7- lia. Tnnn Tnilo Tlrn. A Co.. Uarv- C WaUttCe, MO...., r.;,-" r riaa'drlsnn. rille Tenn.. 11 1 i;ox, uuuaiuio, '-""- " -r vine, icuu., " ' . - ...j nnnTiIle.Tenn..Brab- Union, -renn., oouuu -rr- s . jv,n. Vauian fw.""!."" (V. F W Lu gusta, ua., jonn ijunuiuKuuiu, ' nrt cas, Athens, Ga., John Wingfield, Madison, GjCarbart kou, Macon, ia., r x i it , Arr ttijp. IHIfiK & CO.. I'll V'.Vj " " . fSnn-Hunrsi tn ih lain tinn ofUaiev. McClure it Co,) tiv pr.iTP.i sni'ETtnnS WORKERS, M in y Aim.ja u uu a. i - - - A T their old stand. No 25 Market street, Nashville, L t v ' .1 unA Tin Wnra ol f verv I m ICUU.) CCJ V.UUB1UII1IJ wu uouu -" - - dUcritition whi le'ale and rttait. Also, Tin Plate, Sheet Ccpper, Block Tin, Sheet Iron, Sad Irons, tairbanks AVood and Coal Stoves, consisting of Franklin s Ten Plate, teven Plate, Box and Cylender Stoves. Also, . . i i 1 , II' - 1 1 . . . -II f V. ( ,ti.v 1 arlor, i..namoer uuu -jiutw viraiea. 10 su ui nui.u v would respectfully call the attention of those wishing to i r tl (1 Cm curcnase. t"i"" I. a IV siti'K.i :t.- , 1-1 1 1'IV lin-lnit liM. orlmitf.it In nN-li-a In J 21. H 1 uMimt, wi " - ' t" - - - " all the Courts of Tennessee and New York, and har fn permanently located in Nashville, will attend to all matters of Collection and Litigation entrusted to him. ffice No .70 Cherry treet. noT8 tf. MEDICAL. T, WELLS, g . DEALER IN MEDICINES, DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE-STUFFS, "WINDOW GL4SH, GLASS WAKE, STONE WARE, Piintiug, Writing nnd Indelible Inks, as sorted ThAS, WINES, BRANDIES, Acids, dp ices, Snrffs, Segars, Tobacco, Powder, Shot, aad Lead. Sncim Oil TANNEK'ri OIL, 95 GaUons PIPES, MARBLES, COMBS, PEKCO3SI0N CAPS. UrtQICAL, DENTAL, SURVEYING, Winwmar and Pcckit'Jmtrumenl$, assorted. Fine Cutlery, Pis tols, Canes. Ac. LKCTJtlU Jlachines, Medicine Vhtit, Medical Saddle Bags, Game Bags, Trusses, Shoulder Braces Utero Aldcminal Svvp-jtUit, to be told at the loir est" price! by T. WELLS. f At the MAN AND MORTAR, on Market, opposite Union Street, Nashville. ' AltOaiATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. A popular remedy lor diseases of the Kidneys, LON IIOS PORTER in quart bottles, SARATOGA CONGRESS SPKim; WATER. SAUSAPAR1LL A EXTKACTS. BOLL'S, f?ui zoti't, Carpenter't.UvkZz, fresh fluid-Extracts of Sar eaparilla. WlfSiSalVa, iUUIJJUIil, VUIUCUIUIT1U, 0U1UIU1UD. ' Potasf a), Iodine. Nitrate Silver; Belecti Powders of . .t m TnAoantlavins. a Innirn TJ K nkn -f-V UMmnntr Xf etwr v iiiajTuu if u: - nkl.r..M u. L.: tT.j viuuii pvt4Mua444a.ij uBivtfT uuii MMaut W kyifWiuuuj j waj Apple, uajDsrry, uoiaen &eai.sc. tieceivea or octl8 T. WELLS, Marke't street. OLD LEAF, Gold Foil, Silver Leaf, Red, Yellow VJC ana wmte lironzes. TIIL:SI1E!'. Uair, Tooth, Nail. Mat, Cloth, Paint, JU unstmg, sweeping, scrubbing, poona, stencil, norse, iromo, caoe, otoppingaua varnisa airusnes VARNISHES. Furniture, Coach, Demar, Brown and Black Japan, Iron, Leather, Instrument, Yarn- laues. "OLACKING. 40 gross fiesh Paste Blacking. Fer XJ eaie low py t. whllh. ALU DV.ES. Batchelor'a Black, KousseU'a Bo nemian ana Italian iiair uyes. HAIR OILS,Potratums, Cologne?, Shaving Creams, 'Extracts. Preparations for the Teeth. Ar. in TKrUiv- Keceived by T WELLS REMEDIES for Colds, Conjh, Bronrhitis. incipient Consumption. Ac. Aver's. Wistar's. William's. Matt. ings, Jayne's Balsams of Wild Cherry, Tar, Wood Naptha, Ac Cqcoh Can-dies, Stbct, PoijiosiC Wafzes. CURES Tor Pains, Binises, nhcnmatlsms, J Src. Nerve and Bone. Mustamr. Sloan's. Arabian and Gardner's LINIMENTS, Davis' Pain Killer, Celestial Balm. IlLlVTIrll Illllli! mTTTTVT'V-'Prvt- u if i u . i i j . Plaster Paris, 'tX the lowesi prices, by wvo ' I . IT X-1.L3, W irm Xf.v ivn fnnTAtf nn Va,ralttKMf nnnrt.fu TTn. ion street, AaihvUle. DENTAL MATERIALS. JUST received by Express a large stock of Dental In strumenU. which Dentists are reauested to examine at the Drug Store of the undersigned : splitting and Lxcising Forcees -J Silver and Pearl Mouth Mirrors ; Separating Files; Molar and Bicusbida do ; Buns and Drills; Scalors and Pluggers; Impression Cups; B:nch Vices; Blow Pipes; Plate Shears ; Punch Forceps ; Teeth Holders; Grinding Apparatus ; Corrundrum Wheels and Files ; Anvils, Elevnters. Burnisher. Ac. For aula nt s small advance upon Eastern cost by m'UKTUH A PECK Vlfllf-lf-A 1. liuu'iinftif ijiuitH. 1 I JST T f I V Pll o rrvH tnnnlv nftlia.tui.. I... 1 - d . 1 lJlJ aw.O 1U.UU1UOUIS. viz: New Styles Pocket InatrumcnU ; Physician's do Case of Vials ; Obsetrical InstrumanU ; DlsEecting do Cupping do Tonsil ; Scarificator!?; Speculums ofall kinds ; Silver Cathelers of all kindj ;' Porte Caustic; Probing?; Flexible Metalic Bougies; Lancet of all kinds; Trepanning Instrumenls; Amputating do Eve i.n oil nf iahMi .Tll L 11 ... small advance upon Eastern cost by SriiETCH & PECK, QC"2 Corner of College and Union street i. HARDWARE HOUSE. SHARPED Riles, Double and Single Shot Guns, from t3 to t20jeacb, Pock et and Table Cut lery, Razors, Scis sors, and Shears. Axes, Nails, and Chain?, Hoes, Hin ges, and Files, xfig ALSO, A general assort ment ot Edge Tools, House Building and House Furnishing Hardware, Farmers? Utensils, Ac. We respectfully solicit all Merchants visit, ing the city to a careful examination of stock and pricey. ocil2-tf BEAUMONT, VANLIER ct CO. 1500 CASES OF HOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, FOR THE FALL TRADE. Robertson & Dashiell, ISU.14 CULbbUb Bl lilit-I, ASU V UiLE E have now in Store a very large Stock of Boots, Shoes and Hals, to which we wish to call tbe attention of Country Merchants and the public generally, and which we 111 sell low. Our Mock Is mnch larger than has ever been offered by the house, and wellselected. We feel confluent that merchants laying In their Fall and Winter Stock, will find ittotbeirlnteiestto call and examine our Slock before purchasing elsowbere, and we pledge our selves to give general satisfaction to all who may taverns with a call. Our Ketall Stock has been very carefully selected, and we feel no hesitancy Insavlnc that those who purchase in this lino, will be pleased upon an examination of our Stock. we ask you to call and examine some or me nnest atocc in the market. Our Stock of Brogans for Plantation use Is vary full and can't be beat. We respectfully Invite tho Planter! to give us a call. aug30 2m a NEW AND DESIRAULE GOODS. Snyder & Frizzell Aku now receiving and opening iresn ana aesiraoie goods . ..mitable for the city and country trade. Ladies' nno in- r, - .,, , u .. with neeif, " Kid Front Lace Gaiters, ... " Kid Side " " thick and thin soles, ' Black Lasting Gaiters, 'l- " " ii n " 4wlth heels, " Congrers Gaiters, " " Kid BooU, thick and thin soles, u n ' with heels, 1 " White Kid aad SaUn Slippers. " Toilet Slippers, plain and fancy, ALSO Children and Misses shoesol everydescriptlon, ALSO Gentlemans'wearor everydescriptlon. Their stock or heavy goods is large and of good quality. In short, all persons wishing grods tn their line will find it to their interest to call at No. 2d, Public Square. T aui30 o.iiuorv o. ru-.-u. AT the great trial of Agricultural Implementsin nasn Tille on the 4tb, 5th and 6th of June. 1 ,856 UK "EXCELSlOli CUKfl UUD iiiiju iimitjuiu rrue mriHliMT PRKMIUM. win annem- fmm the followioir extraet from the report as of the committee. They say ' "Ui uornana uoo rusucro iucm cio u u..w, . in conseqneucB of some accidental breakage, only .two made trials. ... . , 1. Exc8liior.by J. C. Baldwin Leavitt'a Patent.! 2. Joyce's Star Mill, by B. 8. Weller. Little Uiant, by IT a L J Both these Crushers are constructed on Bimilar macBaBi- l! principles, and use aooui m tame power; du j, . - K nrammm frt Rfl A crin'lt Mill. It BMmed tO ; o fimn Knt its r-hipi citnenon- 1UO Kl 1UUIUX 0l lawu, u4 r , Theie erindinff suriaces are cast iron, and can do ro- newca reaauy anaawiuiocua, u bilityfor less money." c :t :n ..t-.;Btiw4 nil mmnlfitA. tTUA two pair of grinding rings, which make ii qual to two Address JAMKS a BALDWIN A CO, je27-6mtw&w 87 College street, yashn.ia.Tenn, FARE HKDUCED TO $12 60 JWt- Trtm aracTfVfT.I.R TO MEMPHIS. YIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia, Wavnesboro and Memphis and Charleston Bailroad. 150 miles railroad, and 165 mUes tarnpike, eaNasb, ville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fndaya, at 6 a. in. Ap ply at the General Stags Office, opposite the Port Office. dec22 tf. MISCELLANEOUS. Execuiors Sale. Iroa Wotks-Ore Banks Wntcr Power, nail , Farming Lauds ior suie. mllB nniloroir'oH KxACtttbra of MOOtlTJCierT Bell. OB JL ce sod.will sellat publicsale, on TUUKSOAr. the 2utn of iNovemoer next, at j&caaou r uruure, mo 5aekm umaee. and tha- Lands aopurtenanl and b longing thereto, conlains about Three Thousand Acres. finis Furnace 18 sitnarea m uicxson iouniy, ieaaxam. hntthn watprnnf Denver Dim fork of Torn Bull. abiut8 miles from the. Nashville and Charlotte Turnpike, road, t 1 I 1' 1 . I. . . V. X' l. : 1 1.. ..J VhnIi ana immeaiateiy ua iuc ivum ui iua .imuijhc au w estern nauroaa. wruca iwiu prvgnsaiug ..a Will be comp'eted to the Furnace during' the next year. Th nrA ia aniinHnni nnd nl amditr A Ad. 1 The timber is admirably ttdanted for coaling. The aitention of persons L:a:. - : .u i iij iv.:. riauiug u engage luc iiuu uuumu w u Furnace, it being lately rebuilt and read; fur immediate mae. We'wilf also sell ht tbe 'sarxeriime and' place several Tract.' of Land, lying on MiirUreek and luek 'River, in Ilickman county among others theT celebrated Umk Kiver Oi,e Bank, the Ja;gcet deposit in the fcUte, and tbe 4uau.yuu3urpvasea I Atari'. Several ether Ore Bdnks Tand Waler Pqers on Mill Creek,- -"known -as the -Tour Bank," UpJ er Fu ge, Ferkm s Fully, &c . Ac. Jltso. Abqut jSOOAcTes, jnciuding tbo. IHfltfoo Ore BackljfDg ik' Uickspn .county, on the iTurnpika trom unarioiie iu ,ti&Teriv,f f Also, 50 acres on YellowCreck, Including an Ore Bank; and. P0. acres' on Jones- Creek. lnclndiDi'-tn Ore Babk. i On the following day they will te.lat ihe -Narrows' of Uarpeth,inLavidaonco:ntv, ipe ceebistea, attrtovei; kridwnas the Lower TuDBeH, at the Nuinws ol liaxceth, logethcr with'TeU dcres of ground ort the V ejt aide or the llaroelh River, for a Residence . OHrtien. ic., lor ihnse who may employ said Tunnel add a sullicunt amount of ground around me moulDrolsaiu utnti n r toe iiecttisary buQidings. and improvements tor tie uc ot the Water rower mere, icpeii.ii miu. ir.ii.. it(io iue aueior uie purpose of carrying bp any n.annfacton tli-t mat Le erect ed'ataaid Tnntell" Tl.l Waler' Stiver t well m-rih ihe attention of all persons, y ho i -h to tcgtge lu any tui. tiess, requiring great powtr lo pirptl the uiachineiy. ' Ttaits or sLc One and, iwojears crtdii, Lulta with ipprored security and alien retained lill ihe mem y is paid. WM. P.- WATKISS, I 1 J. 1- BkLL Exa. 1 i. u L lLUrinVUTJ 1 j OCII4 td O. P, McROBKKT-i. I f Olt ALE. 0(f ACRES if splendid land,lingon the South ftl'Jl aide of the N. 4 C Railroad. U mi lea tram Nashville, Irorn' Luvergne Dep6t 675 acres Under' a Sood cedar fence, and in a high state -of cultivation. On lis , and are two comfortable Dwellings, two Gin. Out Houses, all good, a fine Orchard, of choice Fruit, a Dum ber of .excellent Springs, aud ts iravorsed by a, never railing stream of water.' This Tract for richness of soil and beauty of location is not surpassed if equalled -inKuthcrloni county, and is well adapted to the growth of Cot too. Corn, acd small Urain ana taking into consideration lUconb'guily tuthe Itailruod Depot, where there are' good 'Schools, good .Mills, good Churches, and a Tariety ot" Shops, At, we think lr a' very desirable place indeed. Also, 120 acres of cedar at a con venient distance which will be sold with the above. 1 will sell altogether, or, divide to suit purchasers on accom modating' terms. Apply on the' premises or to tbe sub scriberatLavergne, Tenttesue. aa55-twAwlf. CHAltLES L. NELSON. J1 ONE HUMORED AND FOIIRTEljN LOTS IN THE CITY OF HICKMAN At Public Sale, 'WlTHOtJT RESERVF, TO THE HIGHEST" BIDDER. OH JUOWDAV, tbe 10th or xnovomber,iB5s, Kicnard P. Marr will sell, without reserve, to the highest bid. der, One Hundred and fourteen Lets in the city ef Hick man, Kentucky. ! The rapid grewih of Hickman for the past thiee years, its immense and increasing trade, its present facilities fpr communication with the interior of a rich and fertile agri cultural: region cf ceuntry in Tennessee and Kentucky, iti Hanks' and other moneyed lacilities, ita Manufactures, its Wharves, its' Churches, its Schools, the enterprise of ber citizens, tbe liberal spirit of her people, 'its position, and prospects now arid id the- future, all commend it to' trie, no tice of tbe capitalist, the business man, the mechanic and working man. -The population of Hickman has 'quadrupled itself in four years its wealth has. made even a mora rapid increase, and its exports have increased sun more largely irom to 000 bushels wheat exported in 1850 more than 600.000 were exported in 1855. The country tributary to ber Is : comparatively new and unimproved ; every acre of it; however, can be brought to the highest state of cultiva tion, and is now rapidly increasing in wealth and popular tlon. The trader, the capitalist, the manufacturer, tbe me chanic, the working man, ihe native, the foreign born, tbe Protestant, Cathol c, and Jew, are all invited. The lots are the most eligible in tbe city. Tek3 or Saxi 10 per cent in cash, balance in 1, 2, 8, 4, aad 5 years, with interest from date ; interest te be re mitted if promptly paid at maturity ; security ia required on the notes. R. P. MARK, Hiecman, Ky. octl9 dlawAwSt JACOB KUDU, MANUFACTURER- OF Army & Navy Clothing'. NO. 10 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, Philadelphia. XO AH Colors and Qualities of Military and Fanty Clot! iotas, constantly on nana ana ior sale at tne Lowest Prices. oct23 3m EXTRA EAiUILV FLOCK. WE are in receipt of an extra brand of family Flour, which we are selling low. septlS BTJROE & ALLEN. CEDAR BUCKETS. 100 doxen Cedar Bocxets, manufactured at Murfreesboro, for sale by septlS BUBQE 4 ALLEN. SPUN COTTON. We hare a large lot of Spun Cotton, of the beat make, fur sale. septlS BUROE & ALLEN. FINE CHEWING TOltACCO. 100 BOXES of Langhnrne A Annstead a celebra ted Chewing Tobacco for sale by us. BUROE & ALLEN. septia IMPORTANT TO ROOK AGENTS. THE subscribers, lnaddition to their laige list of Books for general dealers, are now publishing a SERIES OF ILLUSTRATED WORKS, to bo sold exclusively by A gents, of a style entirely new lu subscription. boks, rendering them far preferable 1 any thing now In the bands of agents. For full particulars, ad dress MASON BHOTHhRS. OC122 tf 103 and 110 Dnane St., New York. o w. rmiurs. wm. aissoH. s. niiok. j. nno., ja C. W. PHILLIPS & CO. BtJCCKSSOas TO WILLIAMS. PHILLIPS Ac CO.. Commission Merc Ji ants. 38 UNION ST, NEW ORLEANS. octSt ly TO CAPITALISTS AGOOD INVESTMENT. SCOO0 Davidnou County Bonds nt Auction. BBNJ. F. SHIELDS will sell on SiToiDiT morning, Nov. lst.,'t lit; o'clock, In his front rooms, on account of whom it may concern, six ef the above Bonds. Sale posi tive and without reserve for cash arorv . . i ' I. ' i d aiiou, &. uit iiuiu lime uiu piacv uno aim uew ROSEWOOD PIANO, seven octavos, line action and tood tune. Terms Cash, or 4 months with interest for satisfac tory paper. ALSU, tbe lease of the Store at the comer of the Square 'and Front street, for tbe balance of the year. Terms cash. OCUU (131 uisnj.r.BHiiSLDS, Agent. r Books and Jewelry al night, ' ABRAM CONLIT. a. L. JOIDiSOM ' CONLEY dr JOHNSON, fSuccessors to McClure A Moore.) No. 10 Ilroad, and No. 04 South Market St., , iNasnvine, xenn. KEEP constantly en hand all kinds of Cooking and Heating Stoves, plain and ornamental; also, Tin ware, Grates, Ac:, Ac.' itoonngana spouting done witn neatness ana aespaica. Sheet Iron and Conner work for BoatsJ Rollins? Mills. Furnaces,. Foundries, Factories and Stills, donoad cheap as tnecneapesi. jania ty. jw a iik. CUTLERY AND Beaumont, Vanlier &" Co. DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL. EES IN HARDWARE!, GUNS AND CDTLERT, Bign of the big Padlock, doors from the Squa te,Market st. riSJSUVla.., laUI.-l. Anvils and Vices, Bellows, Stock and Dies, Hammers, Hatchets and Mill, 'Crosscut, Circular, ana oanaoawa. Axes, Nails and Chains, Knob, Plate, and Gun Locks, Sifters,ShoveIs and Tacks. Stool Hoes, Hinges and Files, Carpenter's, Blacksmith'a Pi...'i unit ShnA Tools. VlWWb. a - . . I1QO, A large assortment of Guna,Rifle3 and "Pistols. Gnus from id to J25.0 each, including the celebrated Sharpeli Rifle and other new patents. Breech loading Rifles of the most approved kinds. Table Knives and torks, Pocket Knives Raxors, Scissors and Shears, PUtform, Counter and Beam fccalea,and Farming Utensils of every Tariety, Planes and Locke of all kinds, ranging in price from 50e Ui i20each.. Hoe's, Spear i Jackson's, and other males of Circular Saws. ., ... , P., s Merchants visiting ihe city will find it to their interest to examine our stock before purchasing. ang--ly BEAUMONT. VANLLKR & Cf. TEWWESSEE illARIME Firo Insurance Company $150,000! over Dyer Pearl's Exchange Office, They will take n.lrann TWallinrra and Other UoUSeS. UOOdS in StOn against Loss or Damsge by Fire. Also, Marine and River baxarda; from and to all ports. ALSO Negroes against the dangers" of the RPrer. DIRECTORS. JOHN M.. HILL, JOSEPH VADLX, JAMES CORBET, THOMPSON ANERSON, G. M. FOGG, F. A OWEN, fAT.-BT. ALLISON, JAMES 'ELLIS, B. H. GARDNER, N. E. ALLOWAY, W.8. EAKIN. ti , JOSEPH YAULX, President A W. Bonn, Secretary. nJtrw eetS '.L STEAMERS NEW YORK, BREMEN & SOlTTIIAJaPTON UNITED STATES HAIL STEAMERS. rpHKshtM comprising this Uaeare WA8H- .-f..,,f,,GTO-N- CfPt- E. Cavendy; HER-,. MANN, Capu Edward Higgins. These stea-2 mors stop at Southampton, both golngnd returning. raurvsio DATES Of S.ILIUS IBJfj From Sonth- From Sew York. Saturday. HKRHA.NN Jan. &G WASHIMGTOX...Feb 23 HERMANN Mar 23 WASHLNGTOH...Aprll 19 HERMAKX.. Hay 17 WASHINGTON. .June 14 HERMANN. ...... July 13 "WASHINGTON. ..Aug 9 HERMANN Sept 6 WASHING! 0...Oct 4 HERMANN Nov 1 From Bremen. Saturday. Feb. 23 Mar 2S araDton tor Nsw Tort. Wednesday Fab. 27 25 23 Mar April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nor Dec, April 19 May 17 21 June July id n 16 13 10 a s 3 AUg Pept Oct Nor 9 C 4 1 Nov 29 WAHlNGllN....Nov S3 Dec 27 Dec 31 Stoptiineai octi.amptou, both going and returnlm. ther oner tKisseiigria proceeding to LondnnandHavrs.advaataget v.. . ... . i, .. . n r , i .. i Ulll 0 11 J UUIEI IUUI..IUI Ml. EIWUITIU, Ul HU. .UU UIUU6J. Passage from New York to Southampton and Bremen, First iasin&aioon, iju aoiiars; nrst iein, iower saioon, iiu dollars: Second do. tiO dollars. Alllettsrsand newspapers must pass through .the PostOf- uce. No bills of lading will be signed or parcels received on the uay oi sailing, An experienced Surgeon Is attached to each ship. For freight orpaasageapptyro C. H. SAND. II SouUj William street, New York. C. A. HK1SKKKS & CO., Bremen, . UKOSKEY fc CO Southampton. WM. 1SELIN. Havre. Jan23 ly KXIMtfcSa AOTiUE. ... MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RA1L ItOAD. THK "ADAMS EXPRESS, COMPANY" haTe.mad.ar-raog-mtnts with tbe above KailrtJid for a Dailv Ex 'press Line, and are now prepared o rtceiye and forward IFreight, Packages, Ac. by Patsenger Trains (0 Uuntsviite, Dteawr, TuscumbiaaiiO inlermediate stations on tbe M. A C. and N. C. Railroads. Small Packages at reduced rates J3? Messengers leave Nashville daily at 7 o'clock, a tu. Freights ia bo lorwarccd by Express will be called for without extra charge A. K. HOLT, aprt Agent. CAlllN i'AiS.SAt. K EUO.11 CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK, TWENTY J- I V E DOLLARS, United States Mail liinc NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM SHIPS. Through in M to 53 flours. SEMI-WEEKLY. ft'ushvillo, ISOOtoct, M. Berry Commander: Marion, !500tonsrW J.Foster, Commander. Jas. Adgcr, 1500 tons, S. C.Turner.CamniandeK Southerner, l.OOOtons, Thoa.Kwan, Commander. V to Adger s Wharvea.erery WedneS' 'day utid'Saturday after he arrival of the cars -from tbe South and Wrst, "at high Jatar." These- Steamships- were all bnilt expressly for this tne and for eatetv. speed and comfort are unrivalled on the Coast." i Tables gnualiedwrth eTjrvlnxnrv. Attentive and cour. teous Commanders, will raaure Travellers br this Line e7e.-y possible comibrt and accommodation. Cabin passage, 525, Steerage passive,... . For freight or passage, havinc elegant State Room Ac eemmodations, apply to mtitr Misaiiuou, Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf, feblS'56 tf ' ' Charleston. S. a DlS5SOJLUTIOi. THE Partnership heretofore existing between tie nn dersigned under ihe style ot Morria A Mathews in ibo Grocery andCommitsion business ia this daydisrolved by mutdal consent, W. B.Mathews having withdrawn from the business. Either cf ua wculd be cleased to re ceipt for accounts due the concern. i-l. o. alunni.- W. B. MATHEWS. I Sept. IS. 185S. H. K Morris, hnvirtr Mwi.lpii W If Hnrr, with him wll continue the Grocery and Commission bosinees at the old stand of Morris & Mathews under the etvleofH. B. .Morris A Co. sepZOU b FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, &C.,tkC.,&C. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON STEAHSHXP LIKE?. CABIN PASSAGE (20; STEERAGli! $3. The well known first class Steamships KEYSTONE STATE, fCAPTAIN B. HARD IE, AND STATE OF GEORGIA, CAPTAIN J. J. GAB YIN, Will hereafter form a Weekly Line to Philadelphia, sailing every Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles ton, aa follows: The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the fal lowing Saturdays October 4th and 18th, November 1st, 18lh, and 29th. Leaving Philadelphia tbe alternate Sat urdays The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the follow ing Saturdays October 11th, and 25lh, November Gth aad22d, December 6th and 20th, Leaving Philadelphia alternate Saturdays. In strength, speed and accommodations, these sbipa are; fully equal to any running on the coast. Inland naviga tion, 100 milen on Delaware Hirer and Bay; two nights a I sea. FOR NIAGARA FALLS, THE LAKES AND CANADA, SHOltTES'l AXD CBJCAPESJ HOUTS. These Lines both connect at Philadelphia with the Great Northwestern Railroad Route through to Niagara Falls or Buffalo, in 16 hours from Philadelphia. Through Tickets with the privilege of stopping at Philadelphia and inter mediate points, tor sale by the Agents in Savannah and Charleston. J3f Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, f 29; to Elmira, (26; to Canandaigua, $27. Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN. Agent at Savannah, C. JL GREINER. Agents at Charleston, T. S. & T. G, HDDD. oct7'56 8md FOR NASHVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS TRADE. ' npHR new and light diaught steamer 1 sjIlJE.SJtsr;i-, w. houiis, Master, will run regularly lu tne above trade da- nne tbe present ssason, commencing on the Ural rise in the Cumberland rifer. She has excellent accommodations. nd in 'point of speed and safety is unsurpassed. For freighkur passage apply to 11. IL HARRISON, oci-t dlf Agent REGULAR NASHVILLE AfiU CINCINNATI PACKET. THE commodious and substantial fast . pcs K, running stearver SEVENTY-SIX. Uj&rvS' P K. Babci.it, Master, is held in readi er&'.-.7a ness by the first rise of water to resume Lerreguiartnps as above during the coming season. For freight, and pajs age, having superior accommodation, apply on board or lo eptl7 tf II U.HARRlSOX.Agent. J. II. CURRY, Funeral Uisdertakinpr. I AM prepared to furnish COtfFINS of every daaenp tion, with everything necessary tor funerals, and will Sire prompt attention tn all orders leit at my Coffin Ware corns, in Cooper'.-) Buildings, Cherry street. Furniture of all kinds repaired or made to order in the hestof ntyle. T AM now'offering lor sale three WifXil-011 within .a for minulee walk of Ihe Public Square, One sitetted on the corner of Cedar and Spruce .i..i. ' i.t imntinir 11 foot nn Cedar and ruaninir back J82 tee't td an alloy. Neat Brick house containing six good OU18. , Tk.rfl.ulii Inla frnntince S2Wf feet each 00 SprUCO street and running back 180 fet to a 12 foot alley, with neat two story Bnck Houses, containing 9 rooms each. Thin It ffoPV fiAVITA hie ornnertv as this portion of the eity is rapidly Improving, and IUU is about the only chance to nuy reaiuoucea culvcicui iug uuaim i -" - city. Terms liboraL Apply to WILL. L. BO x D, Jr., octt 1m to unerry sireei. Who Wants a Home ' DWELLINGS AND IIUILDINK LOTS FOR SALE.. THAT magnificent Brick Dwelling of John Yeatman's, with 8 or 10 rooms, oa Broad street, West Nashville. A bargain will be given. 2d, An elegant Hiick House with 9 rooms, No. 73 North Summer street 8d, A new Brick House with 9 rooms, on High street near Broad, free from taxation. 4th, A magnificent Prams Dwelling with 0 tootis and ( acres of ground miles from tbe city, on tbe Gallatin Pike. 6th. An elegant Frame Cottage, with 6 rooms in Putnam s Addition to Edgrfleld. 6th, An elegant Brick Dwelling with 8 or 10 rooms, No. 94 Chnrch street, near Spruce. 7th, A desirable Brick House with 6 rooms, No. JSI corner of Cherry and Line streets Sth, A desirable Residence Lot, fronting 40 feet on Cherry street, between Chnrch and Broad 9tb, One fronting 42 feet on Broad street, between Sum- "Vorbinanifieent Building Site, fro nUng 100 feet on Broad street, West NaahviUe. . . p.rt 11th, A beautiful Lot on the corner o QJ and Park strstts in WaUin'a unrivalled .additin. Three neat brick dVellings nave been erected in Walkin'a addition in ,b. last few weeks. Call . on BROWN. , , 44 W Chrrv street. BBLS. Maaon'i beet Flour, just received and for tV Sate Dy .mntn -B-ST-nvrr. v wm.Ft. 1 ealebr jsaeia UIH1, OAa-ii- ..vmuu. 4 1 ISoyal Havana tottery. The nest ordinary JJrawJagotibe RurWHiVXHsT'LoT. iiet, condncf ed by the Spanuh Oovernmest ui- the Supervision of tbe Captain Gei erai of Ceba, wit taka place at llaTana on . FORTtO A'DUhRO 572 ORDlNARCO'.w CAPITAL PRIZE lOO.OOa JJC-LL AKg I 1 fme of..w.. W.7tm,000 1 1 1 -t 8 2 70 149 ..asmcoo 10,000 5.000 S.000 23,000 a...... of fsoy.rtch. of JliKjo.eacb of 'W,ea.tiiT.-i-.... i of 2i, ecQ.. A800 , till ApproximatioBS. , i , i i j! I . . - - W - a 419 'Friz;; aaonntlngo nonntlng,to . . . . .253,000 APFKfSlMATIUSS.2 vt' the two preceding and the mo- succeeding numbers -to those winning the followuig. Pcws.wiU ba eotUied to, vie to the ' ; skuH; :, : Jt&jou to Ihe 4U0 to the ti)0Uf 400 to the loyXTCT 20O .J,,othe:; ' . -JUHM--. l lfiSjHOu A UOLK TICKETS 9 ; HALVES flO ; QUARTERS $3. AH the Prima abovi-sfeterl iredraVn'ateveiiIrawinir. THE H ANNKlt OF 3U URA .tlNlild Affiws. , All the numberr aj-a pat jar jtheel or gtpln. 1 at thJSJsf e. sence of the authority of Hantktad the puo!re;tttiJys Lel.ire the cay tt drawing, andltte I'nx.-i in another globe: both if which are lockwi wuh three--difiVrent xeye, kept 1T tbe three Treasurers n itwctM otithe- kiyaT- Lottery. The drawing ules place ir the'largccVt txuuds na CuV itoa Hou3c, publicly. Tq boys, .t-Ter twelve jeare ol age, Irom the Orphan A luiudra Jh e.umben i 'ami tbe Prizes Gnu of tbe Boys draws bae'-Nnmber, and at the same time, the other draws. Qeii dhecJPrita tronf the wheel of Prills, and whaieter Prrxejnme3-patia placed ti tbe credit ot that N'umber,juiiaiey continue, nnul the thole number of Pnxes are ilrawtt?- The Pnz;s are payable wilhout discount on presenta. tion ot the ticket, at Ihe Kojal lr?apry. In' Uavani, as gjoo as the retult becomes kcuwntand are paid ia Spanish Doubloyns . . . - . -. , , The" snbscribera will casitallplzsa at 5 per etdia. count, charcmg for thrf risk, si atlendicg coRectiuti, 13? Tbe Cac of drann Js'nrnbeia and Pr.xja will be .mailed to purchaiera of Tickets on tbe arrival of the Mail Steatneriium ilavana. liti Purchasers will please write tbtir Signatures piain and give their Poet OfBet? County acd State. Billaun all selrent Uatslca take nut par. 5 Orders Ior Ticket or shares in the atoTe.Sccenie) Bdarrsaed to J.Cisco A Co.. CharlMtrfn. t. it' WiiriK promptly atttuded to J, CliCO A CO., " v- UhitlMtno..S r! t'ROl'OvL - - a.7 I UU " Ji, i-Oit, PILULIC ifOiEijirrt.'. ShALrif. proposals will be ncentj by Jesse Thomaa Iff, Snrtejor, i-amnel ii. Anderson, Etq, Poatliaater and Jacob JlcOatxci. keo.. until Ut tuenit. tilth di.w of eptemter neat, lor a tenable sue ivr a tadaaag tor lbs --n ir..... ii ui i. c vuwuui uuuc, ruai uu.ee, tniwu Mttcn ti er t, ai.a Mean. Loui lcapectors, at rtas&vd.'e. Tean. Corner Lot mil rprehitiru,-gnct-gonBaj8 eligi ble tbatarcleaalhan one hundred Imi by bd4'-&LfidUijf JAMEa OUTURfl, sept7-r-tt tecreiary' reasrixy; AslllULTox, I. C Jg.tltVat, , ,.;f LUllCAltLE .Ti I'xtopjuiri ' ' i:uit; S.S I.I.?- BRICK RESIDE F,Aui"0 Cedar street Lfroata 72 feittin t.'d droi und a-Tlnii. KnV n.-t ...., aoeeisuet. t.iof txauon. . onck iioodOi.ttijer of Uyucs and Knowlea.'eertetS. Went Nashville. Lot. Ironia bo leet on KoowImI Wt??irt. and extends back on the line of Hyne street: 142' Kit1 d a 20teetar;ey ; - . Frame lieaidence. S u 40 South Summer atreilwjjiov frunu 62 feel nr. Summtr all tel. and extends biict J7ilec or more to a 15 leet alley. a .- . erica oeaioence, Jo. vb. iorti Summer Street, Tko beautiful ColuueReSidenctttinEwinir'a jddillnnU- eacijlutironliDCSfeeion cwin? Avenue and exiiTdirft.' Dick 13d Ket ui a lo ftet alley. Fr.ce and terntiof lay-1 mentexueruy liberaL Brick Residence with eirbi Knnrru Pnrrfm - mlo. Grape Arbor, Larnage House, sublea and Ciattroj eof' nerof Washington ana Pearl street. touthMaarrrilreiLqt fronts luS fret un 1'eari street and extends back'130 fseibli the lice of Washington ttre.1, tu a li feet alley. ' . Lrouoie rram uuaaetin Uiundy urea, Weal Naallrilja. , Lot Irontf 50 leet .u Urnndy street A , Persons wiarjiug. to procure a home, or eapitalikts d" sinng au opportunity lor prttitabla investments, aro inviied in call at the otlice ol the undersigned and tearo full parttculara relauog lo the ebuve Irfll of ifrtoerrr- - A. B. SUANKLAlm ang2 tf. Oaej .So. aa Cherry streefc KKJtlOVAin THDKSTON A ULKNaKu cave. eruovwT to, HoTit Public Square, next door to CalhouaV" where tnr will be happy to show their customers a hrst rate stock'4f Dry Gooaa, consulting of Black, Browu, and Bias BruaU Cloths; Black and Fancy Caasimeies: Vestinga, Glovea. Uoaiery, CravaUjHandkerchietioax, . ' THURSTON & BERNARD,' No. 10 Public Square, , W (Next door id Colhoun'sO a now have on hand a beautiful. auck ot French and Engluh Merinos, Plain Plaid and Anibro shaued all wool DeLalnca, Bombuainiw, Cashmere iiaa--chester DeUmea, Plaid. Red Yallow and W Mta Fbnnels. all qaalitiea. Also, a complete stock ot Staple G'ooda, Servants' Goods of all kinds, to which we InvitifWatieB--tion of all CASH buyers, oi we can give guod bargiiaiv JBELL HO U bJE), JtNoXVlL,LE, TENNEEEf; 7 WILLIAM McTEER, Propbietow. . oormxa or mais a.ii arare stuxxt tST Pcur Horse MailiJoacbeslearetuily ai7t7cKcV. .uu... jyiiuj liuuerli-tr- 11 U 1 II. X. . , BX Tirtaft of an execution from the- Circuit' 00111?? 6f DaVidaOU CUUnlr. Sain.'nhr-,IM.m lulJ r . r li." ...., a. - Js.U. Cbildreen. ielix Uower. aud others. 1 will. nn . the 14th day ot Aovetnbcr next, expose, br eal, aVfQSfy Court Vara Gato m Aash ville, jo the highest bidder loiv cub, all the right, title, claim and interest1 that W. Ll Wiikinjion hua tn r. 1 1 ti. a rrttm ..1 . .. . i i . . i- ground on Cherry street, ia fcouth Waihvihe. upon which, in. rH.nl.niia i.F tl. . 1 1. . . i. . . . . . ... - v " .i.iuauu ia aiiuateu, COUULlnlBg lorty Teet, aud ailjoimcg the property of WlnixAUneu, Wsalk fy said execution. Sale within leg.il huurt. !c it i'i i iitrr r. BdlO-tf . ' L-eputy tiherilT. -.IHWl. EY virtue of an execatiun ut mi directed from Ihe Chancery Court ul .Maihnllr: IwilJ.on: the lln dmv Aovtmber next, expose to aai lo- ihe highest bidder for cash, ui tbo Cuurt Vrd Uoie, in NaUhnlie,. nil tha title claim and interest tuat Juneplt C. Leuae baj lu and to Loi No. i!5o n ihe jd.it. of CockrnrsLou, cdjiiming- the town of Nashville lite same fronting feet .ua Cedar street aud running UsCic lib foi, iibeiug tha -name Lot parthaa.' ed by said J.C Leateol V. K. MUriihon.irr HUd m ut.ar. eaid Kxecnwr.in lavorof Julia A. McUimpboll, admfr,. J.C Leake, tsilc within legalbours. ocia-u k. u. CAMPBELL. Deputy Sherilfj. FIFTEE.V barrels ijeiiuiue Old iiurbofn. Whisky, (foor eara old) to which ite uiuntiou ui iH. taie inj,. luvited. JollASUS. IIL'HVK irt. sepilS Hf IlntadM,. WholesaleDry G-oods. &Ci . "JI TO JI ENCHANTS CfftLy. i LTr.Fl E thuusaca doliarawonb , u.w and ash. ) loOablaHUulaundranev Onr I5,v.-U lr,i. amies, Llfcthiug and Hardware, Aft, Ac , lo be nld at prit vale aals tor calmnd four months, notes payaalv m Bank These goods have been bought In .Tew VJrk and Boston we defy competiou in this market. Aleictaota who ait busmen to nwk money arid can pay cash and eiva fuor months notes and oar tnem. will m,,, i.. . i T. VXSZ t.te.eniben toa'?.r,to .VMinw Kn .h.... ,h .. '".!"" .5",'f or 11 "-iv, -j uiu-u viuiii 3 Hurm oi new ana cc Birable goods, conaigoed to tu to be aold at aualiou exefu aively. Our Auction Sales win continue as nmat every Tues day and 'Ihunday. Tanas All sums' under $100 cash ; over $100, 4 month time. We earnestly request City andCoontty; MarebanU who make op their Stocxs in the-iSasbvtllr martef lo try ua one pop, and if we don't da what- wei promise then passni by. VY e take great pleasure in showing osr eotin. slock tu any and all w&u wit. give m a call TRABDE- A LUai;t, Coumiaai-e Mrrcbanti, " t. sept!2 tC p r A o Nn, .4 Public aqeara. rtEW ARhlVAi.. JUSTreteiveda Ireshjapply ot" firty-fotie BaskeW bf? CHARLES HEIualoK's CHAMPalUN, in qmisltv. and pints. Warm J led to be a gsnuioe and superior ar Ucle. B. lSISreON; sept3 4a Public Square; A SMALL EAILH FOR SALE N EARN AS U VILLh. I HAVE for sale about 70 acie? ULivd, i', mIes from the city, in a good neiguborhoifd.ooe .bird clear, ed and the balance beaviiy trmbrrsd T?ie enlifo Truct ia splendidly aei ia Bine Onus. I will divide if into iwo' fir lour parcels if the entire Traci can, be diepeaed of, or tb whnla to one purchaser, on liberal teiras. There are fjor beautiful Building SiUe inttceptiblft,'ef being made as handsome' as anyplace' about Naahvilla. For further particulars' call and nee on at No. 9 College atreet, and X will offer a splendiilbargairs, octl9-t . J. a FITri SUV UOUHETS. JUST received an assortment or. Sky Rockets and Ro th tn Candles, and lor Sale by oct!7 WESSEL & THOMPSON. TEAS 1 TEAS I . JTJST received an excellent assortment ot Green and Black Teas, among which will be found tbe Kngiiai Breakfast Tea, an article superior in quality and flavor It any other imported. For sale low y oct!7 WESSbL A THOMQjON. EtiAJLS. 15,000 extra Pnnapo Segare received aaj Otoraaleby foetl7J WESaEL S THOMPSON. iiiunii., "-, atauciion, mai jbulaelurtra agenu and ,by the pelage atpncej v.rying Zrwu 5- t 5o ner cent. leas ttmu their price in June aud July These iroodsi ate coasiirned tu ua u be cloavd immaiilatll. ! nei a.