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VOL. XXYIIL NASHVILLE, TENN, FRIDAY,,'. NOVEMBER U 1856. I, J5? RAILROADS, &0. NAHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA Rates of Freight on Produce to CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH TO TAKI ItTSCT ON AFDAFTIB Till FIRST DAY OF JUNK NEXT AT a recent meeting; of President and .Superintendents of the various Roads connecting Nashville with Charleston and Savanah, the following rata of Freight were adopted: -, first class; Feathers, Wool, Flour in Sacks and Books, per 100 $1 40 Beeswax, Ginseng, Pint Hoot, Cotton. Rope and Boffi-inir. Hemn. Htnr Oaftdles. SnaD. Lard and Linseed Oil and Window mass, per 100 $1 00 TJIIUU GLASS. Leaf Tobacco in hhds, per 100 . , Whisky, per barrel.... Beef and Pork, per barrel..., ; JJ Flnni- ivir Mil 10 1 00 TVi nM.mn.BPiili.mAl tlili A rrint nf OlB N. & C. Rail- road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation of the articles ab.ve at the rates as speciueu. "" - notice. jus-""""-", mayH b p o Superintendent, PENNSYLVANIA JIaILUOAD. CsMi --wrrt n trHl Hinin i-rmnfietinar thft Atlantic cities X withWestern.NorthwesUrn, and Southwestern States, by a continuous itauwaj uiretu .mo iwu uu wutw lu filtsourg wiui aauy uim ut otwicm m t"ii" the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and SanduBky with n i . ... II ft a nn ih KnrthvcoQtem T ,11 tp . m n Vin t? the most ftrci, cluivest and reliable routt by which Ratos between ffiilaQclpnia ana rmsoarg im ill , lnn(. Uhn&a I Ira f Lnrtilll 1 FIRST CLASS. Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods (in boxes,) Furs, Feathers, &a SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, Dry Goods (in biles,) Hardware, Lea ther, tc THIRD CLASS. AnTils. Bagging, Bacon, and Pork (in bul'E,). Hemp, &o FOflRTH CLASS. C3ee, Fish, Bacon, and Pork (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil, 75c perlO0H 60cperl00B 50operl00& 400 perlOOB rtour 51 par ddi. uniu luruier doucc. Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until farther notice. Cotton t2p:r bale, notexceeding 600 lbs. weight, until further notice. . CRT In shipping Goods from any point East or Phila. delphin, be particular to mark package ' via Philadelphia Jiailroad." All Goods consigned to the Agents or this Road at PhiUdelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention. FsKisnr Acevti Harris, Wonnlcy & Co., Memphis, Tennessee; IU F. Sass & Co St. Lonis; J. H: Mitchell k Son, ETansrille, Indiana; Dumesnil, Bell and Murdock, and Carter & Jcwett, Iouisville, Ky.;R,C. Meldrum, Madison, Indiana; Sprigman 4 Brown, and Irwin & Co., Cincinnati; N. W. Graham & Co., Zancsrille, Ohio; Leech & Co., No 64 Kilby street Boston; Leech fc Co. 2 Astor House, New York; No.l William street, and No.B BatterX Place, New York; E.J.Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw 4 Koons, Bal timore;Geo.C Franciscus, Pittsburg. U. IL HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, Phila. U. J. LOHBAERT, SujfttAUoona.Pa. janS '66, tlslj '57. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THREK Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7K, 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. THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M, and Pittsburg for Philadelphio at 10, P. M. The above lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads to and from St. Louis. JI04 Alton, Galena and Chicago, 111.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra Haute, Madison, Lalajettend Inaianapolis, Ind.; Cincin nati, Dayton.Springheld, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, ColumDus, Zanesville, Massillon, and Wooster, Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans, St. Louis, Loaisvilloand Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had to or from either of tba above places. Forturthcrparticnlara.sce Handbills at the different starting points. Passengers from the West will find this the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia Baltimore, New ork or Boston. TUOS. MOORE, Agist, Patsenger Lints, Philada. J. ME3KIMKN, Xokst, Passenger Lino, PUtsburg. Philadelphia, 1556 janS ly THE SHORT I'-ST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES FROM ALL POINT3 SOUTH AND WESl Central Ohio AND Baltimore and Ohio RALLROADo, RUNN ING TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OHIO, AND BALTIMORE, 23 HOURSt BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH 1 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 nuect the moiit reliable route. It is the only route by which uurchoRers ot Through Tickets to New ork are enabled to reach the cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Vork atthecostofaTicktt to New York only, thus en. ablins Business Hen and Travelers for pleasure or infor mation to visit four of the principal cities in the Union for less cost than can be ail'orded bv any other route. And it is the only route by which Through Tickets can be had to Richmond, NorfoU, Winchester, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg, Va, Charleston, Savannah, Macon, At lanta, Augusta, Beikley Springs and Bedford Springs. Passengers from Nashville take the Stage Coaches of Carter & Thomas, or steamsrs on the Cumberland river, to LocisviLu:, connecting there with the United States Mail steamers to Cincinnati, or with the Jeffersonville Railroad to Indianapolis, lnd., make direct connection at Columbna, Ohio, with the Central Ohio Railroad to Wheel iur whence close connection wnh the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is mode to Washington City, Baltimore, Phila delphia and New ork. 1. tar Passengers holding Through Tickets f-om Mem phisare tranelerred at Cairo to the care of the Illinois Central Railroad, Ironi thence passing through Terre Haute. Indianapolis, DjyionandXcnia to Columbus. Three Dailv Trains leave Columbus, at 10 A. M., 8:80 P. M. and 12fiw- Travelers are requested to notice that while this is the imlu route sff.rding Tnrough Tickets to all the Eastern Cities ut the eaiue ra'e as charged by other routes to Atw l'orh cWtf. it is also the bhertest, most speedy and direct to all the leading points in t!ta East. The distance from Columbus to Baltimore is only 57tJ miles, being about 100 miles shorter to New York, than by any otberroute. There urelesschangMofcursby this route, and consequently less detention, than bv any other. The road is ballasted with broken stone and is entirely Tree from dust. itmev For tiirther information, please applyto D. G. KUMShl , Agent, hhville, Teun. For Tbiouzh Tickets apply in I-ou!sville at the oftee of tlie U. S. Mail steamers, or at the Jeffdrsonvillc Railroad UUice, Main Mreet. WM. S. WOOUSIDE, Master Transportation B. A O. Jl, U. JOHN M. SUAKl', Ueucral Western Agent. judsSj NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA TIAILllOAD- ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER m TRAINS. ?iO take efli-ct on and alter SATURDA1', 21st of June, 'J 1656- IT Pawengcr leaves Nashville at y.05,A.M, arrve3atChttanoosaat6.05, P. M Nigtn FonifliJ.- leivcs Nashville at 5, P. M., arrives at Chattanooga X, A. M. I)ar Paen4er leaves Chattanooga at 6, A. M, arrives at Nashville at 2.40, P. M. . Niyht Passenger leavei Chattanooga at 9.15, 1 . 41., ar nvea at Nashville at 8.45, A. M. june21. 11. I. ANDERSON. Hup't. NTVSHVILLE AST) CHATTANOOGA srECUL XOIICE IV SHIPPERS VIA SA VAXXAI1 8 the Nahrille ad Chatmnoo Kailroad Company v. . nA.i;aj di,1 w.mini1ii th (Vntral TLiilroad Com- mav of Georgia, of their Summer Bat?, and it does not Seoul 10 cave dcu huhicu m wk ----- , . - .l.ctv-iKnlori in ftnrritr Wf takfl this method of tutorminir the Merchants and Abippers br ... .1 . .1 ....11 li OtKlAit lhann 1tl!l.llfl that line, iaaiua nn ni u t: v . j . ot nathuhindhilia rfnrftsent l 115 1H UOOU3.UUU UUV "t w " TV j r U the arerace throuch raid onirht Class Goods from the i 7. k ia vnhirtj, ia thn 10 cent ad- rvAuoara iu Aiiuumv, w". j r --- -----ditioonl in the Summer and a deduction ot 10 centa er .. . .. .... . l 1 . 1 ,UA ..In oa full- I M r 100 IbH. in too v inter, biiicii uio u. ndverttsement f I 85fromJtiue to ,?5?w 1 15 trora December to June. u. i. ucib', :ane21 Superin'ondent M.ftri Til i'l IXSlliA' hKSi TRANSPORTATION' OFF1CK, N. A C. R. U. .lAJUWWiJ''1-"", .nr i . r v .l li.. T.T-inn- A ici-vmt nilPil r- L oetntipc-HKls ni ihe Ieot, Consignees will bereaJier be notitie! of th? arnTal of their ds and furnished with a bill of freieUi riue on same. Anr one jresentiiij the no i .... i. i. .it ,n i.. .nHn;r m itt jintho rued esreut of the Conhicnee. The refjonsibiUty of ike . . . it. i ftU. n.to nrt.i nlninia roaa tenniuaics iin liicueuverv ui uie .-..- lor deficiencies nnd damages will not be allowed after de liver? unless by consent. It being the duty of the apent or their apem will bo rcqmied to receipt for all articles business or residence is not known, will be nent to the ,. . ,.nt nit kM W AVUUfhV Hcr.-nl t'QSl UUAC3. ..nkj. i. i..ijikwm -i.-ht yt It The object of the ab ve notice is not to pve LtaumorcsikttiJibilitte3!hatdo not lepiumatelr belong road Ifearin mercnanis uuu wittj uitw luuuinuniunu LrnBsenenuk iMptis - ti J C. W. A. W ACiUN AND HOUSE TKA.U FOR SALE. ... t a siews ..-A tintn.a nnA trail tnitnarl A K1V Wivu-. " j .. r I n nJv.l farms nn Ti nip tl rMintr.i ht STparcbMcr, . For particulars call on B. ftMUp. neia. DRY GOOIDS. THOMPSON CO., FALL AND WIHTEIt DRY GOODS. 1856. THOMPSON & CO., are now openliu a large and vtried aisortment of FALL AND WINTER JJKY GOODS. Wewonl.last particular attention to cur Stocte this wjason, It being composed ofererr thing new aDd deiiraole lo be fanndln tlie Kaslern markets, which we are determlued to sell as cheap atanvnouse In thocltv. All we ask Is an exam lcatlon of ourStock to prove It. We lake great pleasure In snoivinc ourguuus. Slllrif. Wt have a large lot of Silks ou hand, varjlnir fromtf cu. per yara to iu per pauern. A Deauuiul line or hilts at XI per yarn, wnicn we cui in any quaulty to smtpnrcnasersr SPLKNDIU FLOUNCED SILKS. Brocade flounco, .. .. Katin lo Jatpa do Velvet very fine, ' .. .. .. furerenlne: very hand Mm and new; stripe and plaid Silks of all kinds and qaall- uw; piam ana repxsnr, an colors; mace mies oi an amas. Casltmorcs and Jlcl.ainek. Oar Stock of Woolen Dress Goods embra-es ever thing in this lire. Hiin and floored UeLair.e, In any quantity; Plain Caahmeres. all kinds. Plain Merino, all kin J ; Palm Merino, all kinds. Kich Casbmrre patterns for Hobes. "Wool riaJds, of all kinds. Bombazines; Alpaccas; faramelhas; amese Cloths and Monrnlng uoous oi an Einos, Lace Goads.' We would call the attention ol the Ladles to our Stock of Lace Goods, in It they will And something to please them In price ana usie. Fine Val. Lace Pellorlne beautiful artlcle; New itylo Lace Kershe very Ilnej New stylo Va.l Lace Capes; New style Val. Lace Selta very fine and entirely new; New stylo Point Lace, do. New style Black Thread Lace Setts very desirable; . . . . Lace Collars; Trimmed, do; Handkerchiefs: Very ricli Poiut Lace liridal Veils; Handkerchiefs, Ac, to match. Val. Lace; Point Lace; Supernne Lace, and real Thread Lace; a large assortment alweys on hand. Embroideries . New Style Embroidered Muslin Sells, .. Collars, Handkerchiefs, Embroidered Skirts, Embroidered dresses Job. Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings a large lot, Flouncing a large lot, Linen Edgings and Insertings, Embroidered Muslin Caps new and cheap, .. Capes new and beaailfdl, For tlie Trilbies. Kich Embroidered Silk Hats cow imJ beautiful, Merino Hats new andbiautitul, .. .. .. Bcinnei .. Silk Bonnets Floe Embroidered Merino Cloaks, Blankets, Embroidered bodies and baby dressess of idl kin U. Fine Embroidered Muslin and Lace Itinjmed Caps. Thee things are very desirable, being new and cheap. Our stock of Ribbons is very large and well ajortad Kich Moire Antique Kibbon, .. Krocade Kibbon, .. Jaspa Stripe Kibbon, . Plaid ribbon, Plain Kibbons of all kinds, and rich Sash Blbboos. Cloaks unit Sliuwlt, We have now in store a laree Tot of new style Cloaks, also Shawls and Searfe, of every description: nicn eivet laim&s, .. .. Cloaks shawl pattern, new .. Cloth cloaks new, .. Plush cloaks very now, Very Fine Broche Shawls, .. Stella Bordered Shawls, .. Plush shawls new, .. Bay Stale plaldshawlls all kinds, Gentlemen'straveling shawls, Ladies' traveling shawls. (Jcntleiucn's Wear. Rich French Caasiineres new style. Stripped Cssslmercs new style, Plain and Plaid cassimeres, of all kinds, Black French Cassimeres, Cloth, Blue French Ctoth, Kich Velvet Vest patterns, .. uncut .. Rich Silk vest patterns -black and fancy, Rich Cashmere vest pattern, All kinds of Boys' wear. Gentlemen's under-wear. Riding Gloves, Dross Gloves, etc., etc uiuves iiiiii ao&ier$. Ladles', Gentlemen's and Children' Gloves In zreat va riety. Aiexanure's mo uioves; uact .itin uioves, Cashmere and Silk Gloves, plush lined, Alexandre hilt (plain) and ttaglau Gloves, Lisle Berlin Gloves, lined and unlined, TufTcta, Plush lined, Gloves,'etc.,elc. Black and Pearl Silk, and Flesh colored Hoi9, Hiw Silkllosa, Plush lined and plain, Cashmere, Lambs' Wool and Alpacca Huse, Children's Fancy and Plain Wool Hose, of all kinds. Curtains and Curtain illuleriaU. Elegant Lace and Embroidered Muslin Curtains, Embroidered Muslin for Curtains, by the piece, Rich Satin and German Damask,all colors and kinds. Ulnip Tassels, Loops and Cornice, to match. Carpets. In this line wp Intend to excel by keeplns; the lartrest aloct lu tlie city, and selling at reasonable prices. Having a large stock on band, and being desirous of aulllog as many us pos sible before removingio our new liou-e, we think it would bo to tho advantage of those wish hi i; to purchastt Carpeu to take alook at our tock before purchasing eUewhere. Kich Velvet Carpets, nuer (nan usually brought to tble market Kich Brussels and Tapes' ry Larpeu, 3 ply English and American Carpets, Ingrain Carpets, of all kind', Cheap Carpet, ef every description. Fine Mosaic, VeUet and Brussels Rugs, Deor and Parlor Mats, in great variety. Doiuektic and House ruriiikliliig- Good Beautiful French Chintz, all qualities, English and American Chintz, all qualities, English and American Prints, In great variety , Ballard Vale Flannel, something that will not ehrlnk, WeUh and French Flannels, vry fins, upera nannei9,au colors, Bay rit&te Flanntls, white (great job.) Linen Table Diaer, all kinds Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, Colored Table Cloths and Napkins to match, Russia Sheetingi,all qualities, Russia and HnckabuckTowellng Fine Damask Towels. We have on hand a large stock of Staple Goods of every description. THOMPSON & CO. sepG 21 Public Square, TO MERCHANTS. WE desire to call the attention of Merchants visiting Nashville for the purpose of purchasing their Fall Stock of Goods, to our very complete and extensive stock of HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS, Ac. We are eratitied in bemz able to offer to the Trade a most complete and extensive assortment of TABU E AND POCKET (JUTLERV, embiacing every variety of style aid quality, which ia daily being increased with fresh ar rivals imported direct Irom the principal manufacturers in Europn, which we are prepared to fell at very low Azures. Our stock of HARDWARE in nil the varieties is p-ob-ably more complete and extensive than an v that have ever Deen ouerea iu mo noufiiio mic.. , large St-ck of Cotton, Hemp and Manilla Cordage of all sixes, Dufour's Boiling Cloths, Machine Bellinp, Steam racking and Hose, Hivets oi all Kinas, iron, urass anu Copper Wire, Sheet Zinc, Hlock Tin. Farming Imple menu. Corn Shellers, Straw'cutters, Whsat Thrashers, Page's Patent Portable Saw Mills, 4c, Ac All are invited to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. MACEY & HAMILTON, pept7 47 College street CIKCUL.AU s7vVs"aNLTSAW J)IANLJUJjI.S AI.AKGK lot of Circular Saws and Mandrills of all sixes just received bv MACEY & HAMILTON". L1jA1JSS AMI JtKACKS. JUST received the very largest ossortment of Planes and Braces aud Bills ever iaTere.1 for sale in Nash ville. MACEY & HAMILTON. SA1tSAiK CliTTKHS. w E have just receivel a lot of Sautago Colters a sapenor article every nouv ket psr fchould have (Stff.ti) MACEY A HAMILTON. l.Ul'lJKTKO JIALTA JACKS. FOIi' tlo at uir I'lantation iu Will'iHinsiia cot.nty, fov cash or on fat. FIVE HLACK. JACKS, three yei-s old, luipiirtrd lioai the Ii-Und ofM.ilta, of pure blood. jyS-tlmiltitw .1AMKS II. WILSON. A UAIIB. I AM manufacturing duly ut my Eclipse Stove Foun dry in this citv, a good artuient nt hTOVES AND HOLLOW WAIir.vij: Orer.s, Pots, Skillets and Lids, Sad Irons and And-mnmo' dilfcrent patters for the whole tale and retail trade, at small profits. Also, Tin, Coppsr and Sheet Iron Ware, ol the best qual ity, ut low figures. A lew line chamber t etU of liriltania Ware, and No 1 Refrigerators, oo hand and for sale low. Particular attention paid to Roofing and Guttering with Tin or Copper. Old Cupper, Pewter, Brass and Scrap Iron taken in exchange for my mauutaclurv. U P. DORRI3, &ugl Mil K"- College st. near Church st ' SNURr' AMI TOIIACCO. Peter Iiorillard. UAMCriCTL'lItE NO. 42 CHATHAM STREET, NEW YORK, SUCCESSOR of Pntik & Geojj Lorillard, ofiers Cor sate all kinds of SNUFF andTOBACCOS in gentral use. For particulars, o Price Cdbrkxt can be obtained by addressing as above. This Establishment is one of the oldest of the kind in the United States. may 20 I y STOLEN OR STRAYED, on Sunday nigbt, about 7 o'clock, a BAYHOKSE. with a Spanish Sad dle and Briddle. I will give $10 for the apprehen-tL-in f tho hnnn nrAQOfnr the nnn?henftlnn nf thief. ocm-U JOHN Q. FI? KTnT CJAS FOR COUNTKY HOUSES AK1) STEAM JJOATS PATENT JJENZOI.E GAS. Connty nnd State Rights for Sale. The only uciizoie iuacninc mat wm give a good light. THE entire apparatus is simple; occupies but little room, .requires little or no attention except winding up, sirrilar to a cloek. The exp-nse is one third less than ordinary Coal Gas; and makes the most handsome and cheapest light in the 11 T v. i i- Jl it i num.. ifc mu uc bccu iu prucucui uperauou afc xinaer son & Bros., Deaderick street. Any persons wanting their bouses lighted, can be sup- piea lmmeaiaieiy, tcey navmg maaa a contract lor thi turnishing ef Davidson county, and solicit orders. Information concerning State and Connty rights, can be naa rjy applying to WJl WAKtifc., ang 21 Cherry Street Nashille For tUc Complete Cure ol Coupris, Colds, Iitf Incuza, Astlima, UroncUltls, Spittinfr nf Riood nnd all other JLung1 Complaints tending to Conuumiition. ffiHIS preparation Is gettlngtnto use all over our country. J- Tho numerous letters we rocelve from our various a. gents, informing us of cures effected in their Immediate neiganornoous, warrant us in saying it is one or the Deit, li not tho very best Cough Medicine now before the public It almost Invariably relieves and not unfreauentlv cures the very worst cases. When all other Cough preparations have failed, this has relieved the patient, as Druggists, deal ers in Medicines, and Physicians can testify. Ask the Agent In your nearest town, what has been his experience of the effects of this medicine. If he has ba selling it for any length of time be will tell you It Is tho best medicine extant. Below wo give a few extracts from letters wo have receiv ed loatly regarding the virtues of this medicine. Dr. 8. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Go., says: I have been nsing your Liverwort and Tar very extensively In my prac tice for three years past, and, It Is with pleasure 1 state my oeuci in us superiority over an, outer articles wun wnicn i am acquainted, for which it is lecommended. Messrs. Fitzgerald & Brenners, writing from Waynosvllle, N. C, says: "The Liverwort and Tar is becoming dally more popular in this country, and we think justly so. All who have tried it speak in commendable terms of It, and say Ills very beneffcia In alleviating the complaints or which It Is recommended. Our Agent in Pickens District, S.C., Mr. S. K. MeFall, assures us that be usesltwith great benefit in his own family ana recommends it to ins nciinoors." tie gives an instance i ia negro woman in his vicinity, who bad been suffering vilhdiseasoofthe Lunzs for years, attonded with sever cnih,wbo was relieved by the Liverwort and Tar. Such arethe trood reports we hear of this Medicine from all parts of tho couth. For a report of the surprising cures it has performed In the Western and Northern and Eastern States, wo would invite tho suffering patient to read the pam phlot which accompanies each bottle. Toal we say, nave ope, have hope I ir l thoMedicinelt Be warned In seaeonlll And nezlec not that couzh which is dally weakening your constitution. Irritating yourthroat and lungs, and Inviting on that dread disease, Consumption, when so soothing and healing a rem edy can be obtained as Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar. liewaro of Counterfeits and base Imitations. The genuine artble Is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around each bottle. Price. One Dollar per Bottle, or six Bottles for Five Dol lars. Sold wholesale and retail by SCO VIL & MEAD, 111 inanres St. bet. uonu anu bl. Louis, ..o., bole Agent or the Southern States, towhomall orders and applications for Agencies innst be addrossed. Sold also by Ewm Brothers, Berry & Demovtle, A. R. Roscoe, Thos. Wells, and G. W. Hendershott, Nashville, Toon , and by all otherDrugeittsthroughthe Slate. anl2 d&triwly. JSW DAVID, OB HEBREW PLASTER. HE Groat Remedy lor Rheumatism, Gout, Pain In the . Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints; Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swelling, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fix ed pains whatever. Whora this Plaster Is applied pain canno exist. lb uas ucm uoucut.iai iu vaioBui imuiwut bucu as ram and Weakness In the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Af fection of the Lungslntheir primary stages. It destroys in. namauon Dy perspiration. JamesLBoyd. Pickens district. South Carolina, testizes that, by its use alone he was cured nf Rheumatism In both oflils knees, of several years standing. The following was handed us by a respectable Physician In Georgia: Messrs. Scovll & Mead- Gents: I have been nslng yonr Liverwort aud Tar Hebrew Plaster very extensively In my pmctlce for three years past, and it Is with pleasure tbatl state my belief in their superiority over all other articles, with which I am acquainted, for the purposes for which tbey are recommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially, is an universal penaeca for local pains. 1 have also found It a mos excellent application forSpraina and Bruises. It gives uni versal satisfaction wherever used. S S OSLIN, M 1). Knoxville, Ga., March 4th, 1813. Jr Beware of Counterfeits and baso Imitations. The genuine will in future have the signature of K.Tay lor on the ateel plate engraved on the labelon the top of each box. Purchasers are advldsed that a mean counterfeit ofthli ar ticles n existence. Tho genuine Is sold byus, and by our agents appointed thro igb he South, and no pedlar Is allowed to sell It. Doal eriaid P urcbasers generally are cautioned against buying ol any butour regular agents, otherwise the will be Imposed up on by a worthless article. SCOVlL & MEAD. Ill Chartres street, Now Orleans, Sole General Agents for Uie Southern States, to whom ajl orders must Invariably be addresseu. Sold also by Kwin Brothers, Berry & DemoviUe, A R Roscoe Thomas Wells and (r W Hendershott, Nashville, Tenn.,and by all other Druggists through the State. JanlS ivJAtriw it Excelsior" ! ! AT the great trial of Agricultural Implements in Nash ville on the 4th, 5th and 6th of June, 18S6, THE "EXCELSIOR CORNCOB MILL" WAS AWARD. ED THE HIGHEST PREMIUM, as will appear from the following extract from the report of the committee. They say " Of Corn and Cob Crushers there were 3 entries, but in consequence of some occidental breakage, only two made trials. 1. Excelsior, by J. C. Baldwin (Leavitt'g Patent.) 2. Joyce's Star Mill, by B. S. Weller. Little Giant, by 0. II. Anderson. Both these Crushers are constructed on similar mechani cal principles, and use abont the same power ; but the judges gave the premium to Baldwin's Mia. It Beemed to have more capacity in a given time, but its chief superiori ty consists in its having moveable rings, which constitute the grinding surface, and of course the wearing surface Toe.-e grinding surfaces are cast iron, and can be re newed readily and at little cost. This gvies more dura bility for less money." The above Mill, for Crushing Corn and Cobs, or grind ing meal for lamily use, is furnished all complete, tritt two pair of grinding ringt, tvtiich malet it equal to two mills, at the low price of $50,00. Address JAMES C. BALDWIN & CO., je'27 fimtw&w 87 College street. Nashville, Tenn. NEW AND DESIKAUIjE GOODS. Sivy filer & Frizz ell ARE now reciing and opening fresh and desirable goods suitable for the city and country trade. t'oxsisTina or Indies' fine Kid Slippers, plain aud trimmed. " " " with heels, " " Kid FrontLace Gaiters, " Kid Sid " " thick and thin soles, " Black Lasting Gaiters, " " " ' " " " " with heels, " " Congreps Gaiters, " " Kid Hoots, thick and thin soles, .i . " " . with heels, " " White Kid and Satan Slippers. " Toilet Slippors, plain and fancy, ALSO Children andMisses shoesol every description, ALSO Gentlemans' wear of every description. Thmr stock of hcavv eoods is laree and of eood quality. In short, all persons wishing goods in their line will find it to their Interest 10 can at no. iss, ruonc nquare. auB30 SNYDER & FRIZZELL. ALEXANDER JU. WALLACE, General Commission Merchant, AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE, ATLANTA, OEOBOIA. WILL OIVK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE SALE OF It A CON, LARD, FLOUR, TOBACCO &c, &0., &0. mriB to f IVnllnn. V 11- iyViaI 17.. Hn Varr. Tille. Tenn 11 T Cor. Louisville. Tenn.. J Donaldson, Union, Tenn., Johnson & Hair, Mndisonville,Tenn.,Brab- Kn s uro., sevier county, Tenn, Pains & King, uan dridge, Tenu., Vaugn 4 'Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, U ti jacKson, Ainens, tenn, i'oullain, Jennings jc uo., au gusta, Ga, John Cunnintrham Greensboro. Ga.. FWI cas, Athens, Ga, John Wingfield. Madison. Ga, Carhart 1 1 4T I , , . 13 Ol TT-ill- .1 . , iwu, ut.viiu,ia.. r i mis, rjavannsn, ita. now it McCLURE, L5UCK. CO., (Successors to the late hnn of Maxey, McClure & Co.) TIN, PLATE & SHEET IRON WORKERS, AT their old stand, No. 2S Market street, Nashville, Tenn, keeo constantly on hand Tin Ware ol every discription whofeaale and retail. Also. Tin Plate. Sheet Ccpper, Bloek Tin, Sheet Iron, Sad Irons, Fairbank'g Platform Scales of the most improved patterns. Wood and Coal Stoves, consisting of Franklin's Ten Plate, seven Plate, box ana uyienaer stoves. Also, Parlor, Chamber and Office Grates. To all of which they would respectfully call the attention of those wishing to purchase. Lsepim tm. c MEDICAL. -4 gf T WELLS, g MEDICINES DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES JAhVTS, OILS, rARXISDES, DYE-STUFFS, WINDOW Gli ASS, GLASS WARE, STONE WARE; T) Tinting, Writing nnd Indelible Inks, as- X sorted. TKAS, WINES, BRANDIES, Acids, Spices,. onsus, ncgars, looacco, i owner, snot, ana leaa. perm Oil TANNER'S OIL, 495 Gallons. PIPES, MAitiiL,ts, uuiiBs, rtuuuaaiu.'t v&ri. SURGICAL, DENTAll, SURVEYING, Wiowimr and Pocket Inttrvments, assorted. Fine Cutlery, Pls- 101s, bancs, ac, EIiliCTItlC Machines, iledicine Ch4, Medical Saddle Bags, GaiM Bags,. Trusses, Sboulder Braces. Utfro Alicminal JSvjypzrters, to be sold at the loirest prices oy i. y raiLia, s At the MAN AND MORTAE, on Market, opposite Union sirees nasuviue. AROaiATIC SCHIEDA3I SCIINAL'l'S. A popular remedy tor diseases of the Kidneys, LON DON l'ORTER in quart bottles, SARATOGA UUNttKtJ,SS KflCinti WATEIt. OARSAFAKIL.L A EXTRACTS. BULL'S.Gui kj sou's, Mrpentr's,SatKa,Izes!i fluid Extracts ofSar Baparilla. Uuanj.Lv ji, murpuiu, vruiuruiurm, oiricxuiue. xiycu Potascee, Iodine. Nitrate Silver, Select Powders of y -v mutuLi n u ; nut r. . . i ir . upium, ipecacuanna, uilocynlh. Kbubarb, Scamony.May appie, oajuniiy, uoiueu oeai.ac. neceiveu Dy octl 8 T. WELLS, Market street. r QIA JiEAF, Gold Foil, Sdver Le4f, Bed, Yellow- VJi aua wane uronies. BRUSHES .Hair, Tooth, Kail. Hat, Cloth, Paint, Dusting, Sweeping, Scrubbing. Foods, SUocil, Horse, Comb, Shoe, Stopping and Varnish Brushes VARNISHES. Furniture, Coach, Dtmar, bruwu and Black Japan, Iron, Leather, Instrument, Varn ishes. B LACKING. 40 gross fresh Paste Blacking. For sale low py T. WtLLS. H AIR D y JKS . Batchelor'a Black, Jtoussell's Ho" : . t . i T t , ueiniaa uuu liaiiau xiair Lyes. HAIR OILS, Pomatums, Colognes, Skating Creams, Extracts, Preparations for the Teeth, Ac , in variety. Received by T. WELLS." REMEDIES for Colds, Cough, Bronchitis. Incipient Consumption, Ac. Ayer't, Wistar's, William's, fail ings, Jaynis Balsams of Wild Cherry, Tar, Wood Iiaptha, Ac CocGn Candies, Stelt, I'dlmoxic Wakes. C LITRES for Pains, Ltruises, Jtlicunmtisnis, J Src. Nerve and Bone. Mustan?. Sloan's. Arabian and Gardner's LINIMENTS, Davis Pain Killer, Celestial Balmi ' I L ASTER PARIS. TWENTY-FIYE ilBLS. best calcined and ground Plaster Paris, at the lowest prices, by ocua u t. WJlLLs, Sign, 'Mix aso Mobtas. on Market street. ooDOsite Un ion street, Aat.MUe. JOY TO THE WORLD! THE ONLY INFALLIBLE KRMEDY Hurley's Sarsaarilla. OP all the remedies that have been discovered during the present aze for the "thousand ills that flesh iihlrin none equal this wonderful preparation. Only three years have elapsed since the discoverer (who spent a decade in studying, experimentalizincand nerfecticir it) first intmdn. edit to the public, and it is already recognized by the most cuiiiicub pujroibiaiiti man pans 01 iae coumry 10 be uie most surprising and effective remedy for certain diseases of which they have knowledge. All other compounds or syrups of the root have hitherto failed to command the sanction of the faculty, because, on boing tested, they have been found to contain noxions Ingre. dienls, wblch neutralize the good effects of the sarsaparilla, and oftentimes injnre the health of the patient. It is cot so with Hurley's preparation. This is the puro and genuine extract of the root,- and wlll.on trial, be found to effect a certain and ntrfectenranfthnrni. lowlngcomplaints and diseases : Anecuon oi tne cone, Habitual Costiveness, Debility, Indigestion, Diseases of the Kidneys, Llvercomplalnt, Dyspepsia Piles, Erysipelas, Pulmonary Diseases, Femaie Irregularities, Scrofula, or King's Bvll, Fistula, Syphilis, And all Diseases of the Skin. Besides curinz the above, it Is also known mtvaa and powerful tonic, purifying the biood and invigorating the system. insnon, li is wiuont exception, In the cases mentioned and its eoneral effect on the svstem.-the moat nfficsrinn. It Is most desirable, remedy of tho age. It is already exten. slvely used throughout the country, and Is fastobtainlng an Knropern reputation. The Instances of cures it has effected are daily coming to the proprietor's knowledge, and he has cobesitalionin recommending it to one and all who desire to procure relief lrom suffering. One bottle being tried, Us ef fects will be too apparent to admit of further doubt. Kecellect Hurley's Sarsaparilla Is the only genuine article In the markot. JTj Price one dollar per bottle, or six for Are dollars. Pur sale at the manufactory, corner or Srnnth ami n, streets, Louisville, Ky. Also, wholesale and retail byll.G. SCOVlL, and ty dealers in Medicine throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. JanSS diwly BERRY & DEMOVILE, Wholesale Agents. Nashville HiLBBWimg HOUSE. SUABPE'S R lies, Double and Single Shot Guns, from ts to 200 each, Pock et and Table Cut lerv. Bazars. Seis. giBors, and Shears, Axes, nails, and .Chains, Hoes, Hin ges, and Files. ttri AliSU, A general " assort- mpnr. nt FdirATnnlfl House Building and House Furnishing Hardware.Farmerv Utensils, Ac. We respectfully solicit all Merchants visit inf. fha ml. I e n 6 -J careful examination of stock and prices. ocil2-tf BEAUMONT, YANLIER 4 CO. NEW HARDWARE. CUTLERY' AND TOOL STORE. Beaumont, Vanlier & Co. DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL ERS IN HARDWARE, GUNS AND CUTLERY. Sign of the big Padlock, doors from the Squa ie,Market St. I Nl&HVlLLE, TSNX, Anvils and Vices. Mill, Crosscut, Circular, Bellows, Stock and Dies, Hammers, Hatchets and Steel, , Hoes, Hinges and Files, Carpenter's, Blacksmith's Cooper's and Shoe Tools, ana Jtianasaws, Axes, Nails and Chains, Knob, Plate, and Gun Locks, Sifters,Shovels and Tacks. A large assortment of Guns. Riflas and Pistols. Guns from $5 to $250 each, including the celebrated Sharpe's Rifle and other neWpatents. Breech loading Rifles of the most approved kinds. Table Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors and Shears, Platform, Counter and Beam Scales, and Farming Utensils of every variety, Planes and Locks of all kinds, ranging in price from 50c to $20 each. Hoe's, Spear & Jackson's, and other makes of Circular Saws. P. S Merchants visiting the city will find it to their interest to cxamioo our etoaJc bafara purchasing. aug22 ly BEAUMONT. VAWUKK & UU. OJ MANHOOD, AND ITS PREMATURE DECLINE. Just Published, Gratis, the 20th Thousand ; rfnTfTrt A FEW WORDS ON THE RATIONAL 4JJzlMy TREATMENT, wilhont Medicine, of Sperraa RttWAiJsr torrhas of Local Vteakness, Nocturnal Kniis. awB3B eions, Genital and Nervous Debility, Impo tencv. and Impediments to Mariiae generally. ' BY B. DK LANKY, M. D. The Important fact that the many alariuicg complaints, originating In this Imprudence and solitude of youtu, may be easily removed wiihoct Mcdicisx, is in this small tract, clearly demonstrated ; and the entirely new and highly suc cessful treatment,asadopted by the Author, fully explained, by means of which every.one is enabled to cure himself per fectly and at the least possible cost; thereby avoiding all the aJvertlsed nostrums of the day. Sent to any address, gratis and post free in a sealed envc. lope, by remitting (postpaid) two pontago stamps to Da. B. DK LANEY. 17, Llspenard Street, New York City. oct20 Cnid&w ADMIN lS'J'lt ATOU'S NOTJ CE. THE undersigned having been appointed Administrator of Edward Joxmikd, deceased, requests all those indebt ed to him to come forward and make Immediate payment, and all persons having claims against the deceased are noti fied to present them to me for payment as the law directs nov0-w4t hOUT. THOMPSON, Adu.'r. JAD1ES 1 1 r; WITT te JO., -VITILL open a COMMISSION HOUSE In Livehvool on VV the 1st of Janaary next for the sale of AMERICAN PRODUCE. Messrs. HEWITT, NORTON &CO.,Jiew Orleans ; Messrs HEWITT & CO., New York: KICHAIC.il ATKINSON, Esq., Louisville. Kv.. and W. WHELK3S. Esq., Cashfer Bank of Nashville, Tenn., will make cash advance ou properly shipped to their address. Saw Yoaic, Oct. 23, 18KL tnov4-lm STBRLinO LAXIES. SAMrSOH UMI. LAMAR HOUSE, (Formerly Coleman House.). JiNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. S. & S. LANIER, Proprietobs. llr. Sntusa LiSisR.Iateofthe Lanier House, Macon, n. ..i I. .vim. Ista ofTuskeeee. Ala., will be happy to meet all friends and customers at the Lunar House, wnere iney nave ampie accommouauuu ivi ys.jui. not tf MISCELLANEOUS. Executor's alc. Iron Works-Ore IIatik tt ntrr Pdwer, and Famimc 1 ituds lor ulc. 1 mHE undersicTiedi Kxtcutorit of Mimtgamerr BslL de f j .il 1. ..Ui:,..l Til iIH Jll 1 V lk 20th of November Bcxt, at Jackson Furnace, the follaw- in c nrnrrtv'. vi 7 ! CV4tH.-U.mil HCU UUUilUliiC, wu uv..wk, ; Jaci'sori Furnace, and the Lands appurtenant and be- lOrgmg .thereto, contains about i ores inonsona Acres. Ibis Eurcap;.is,6ttuated in Dickson .County, Tennessee, dn;the waters ot Bearer Dam fort, of Tufa Bull, absut 8 miles from the asl:vil!e and LhJilotte Turnpita roju, and immediately on the route ot ihe Nashville and North Western' Kailroad, which read is nnw progressing and willtecompe'tedtotbeFurnaco during the ueit. year. The ore is abundant and ct qualii? A o, 1 The timber is admirably adapted for coaling. The attention cf persons wisuing io engage in ine iruu uusinttMf i ciieu iu tuia FuTnsce.'it beingdafely 'rebuUt ard ready for tmmed.ate use. t ' We will also sell at tba -same timd. snd place, several Tracts" of Land. lying on Alill Oreek snd l;uck River, in Hickman county among others the, celebrated Duck Eiver Ore Bank, the litgest deposit in the State, and the quality nnsurpsBSed. Also. Several other Ore Banks and Wafer Powers oo Mill Creek, known as lie '-Tour Bank," Upper Foige, rerkins folly, &c . Ac. . Also. About 600 Acres, including the Dickson Ore Bank, lying la Dickson connty, on tne jurnpue ireiri Charlotte to Waverlv. Also, 50 acres on Yellow Creek, including an Ore Bank; and 5 0 acres on Jones Creek, including sn Ore lUbk. On.the following day tbey will tell at Ihe 'Nauows of narpeth.in Liavidson county, me ceieoraiea-tvaier rower known as theLowerTunnell, at tba Narrows 01 Harpetb, together with "Ten acres of ground pn the. AVestiside ot the Haro'eth River, for a Residence. Garden. tc.. ,tor those who may employ said Tunnel and a mfficiViit amount of grouna areuna toe moutu oisaiu'iucuci w r iue ucmj buuldings and improvements for tee run ot -the water Power there, together with.frtesccetatu ibe tan r for the purpose of carrying on any munuiscicr? iht nuj be erect ed at said Tunnelt," Ibis Water Power L. well wwrth ibe attention of altftror.ii, who wi h to trgage iu uny bnsi. ness, requiring great r in r 'o pl'isl 'iiachintiy, Tsr.ua cr sIJ5. tne inu i jturs citdi', coks with pproed secufiiyand a lien rttaintd till ihe tntmy la .fl V IVaI1!.' IW k J. B1XL Lxj. oclH-W t) StcUOBKRTrf. ruic ALf-;. Qff ACRES if splendid land hiugon the South OVW 8ideo(thoN,4 C. Railroad, H raihs Irom Nashville. flrOm Larcrgne "DspoL 675 acre under a good cedar fence, and in a high state ot cu tirut'u;n On this land are two comfortable Dwellings, two Gina, Out bouses, all good, a tine Orchard of choice Fruit, a num ber of excellent Springs, and .is trarerked by a never failing stream of water. This Tract for richnts3 of soil and beauty of location is not surpassed if eqnilled inRutherford county1, and Is well adanted to the crowth of Cotton. Corn, aud small Grain and taking into consideration- us contiguity tu the Kailroad Depot, where mere are gooa iscuoois, goiq aims, guoa Churches, anda variety of ShoDS.Ac . we think it a very desirable place indeed. Also, 120 acres of cedar at a con venient distance which will be sold with the above. I will sell altogether, or divide to suit purchasers on acccm mndatinir terms. AdhIv on the DrcmUes or to the sub scriber at Lavergne, Tennessee. OU55 twAwtl. uuaiti.i ij. ntnaun. JACOS5 KEED, MANUFACTURER OF Army & Wavy ClotMug. NO. 10 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, Philadelphia. AU Colors and Qualities of Military and Faner Cloths, constantly on hand and for lalo at the Lowest riiccs. i "v-. - EXTRA FAMILY t'LVVll. WE are in receipt of an extra brand of family Flour, which we are selling low. . turnn v-x w w sentlS iiuuub a aliIjivlx. CEDAR BUCKETS. lOOdoxtn Cedar Buckets, manufactured at Murfreesboro, for sale by EeptlS liuituc a jj.LitiC.a. SPUN COTTON. We have a huge lot of Spun Cotton, of the best make'for sale. . 9 iiVTn r lv geptlS uutuir. ai.uc.i. FINE CHEWING TOIIACCO. -i v BOXES of Langhorne & Armstead a celebra-XVV-f ted Chewing Touacco for sale bvns. septls puimr, g auiina. IMPORTANT TO BOOK AGENTS. THE subscribers, In addition to their large list of Books for general dealers, are now publlshinir a SBKIES OF ILLUSTRATED WORKS, to be sold exclusively by Agents, of a style entirely new In subserlpllon.bo)ks, rendering them far preferable to any thins: now In the bands of agents. For full particulars, ad dress MASON BROTHERS, ocl22 tf lbs and ltu uuane St., new i ork. XEWIVESSEE MAKIiE mckj jl Fire Insurance Company $15 0,000! OFFICE North-West Corner or the Public Square over Dver Pearl's Exchange Office. They will take risks on Dwellinrra and other Houses. Goods in Store against Loss or Damsge by Fire. Also, Marine and River Hazards; irom and to an ports. ALSU Negroes against the dangers of the River. DIRECTORS. JOHN M. HILL, JOSEPH TAULX, JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON ANERSON, G. M. FOGG, F. A. OWEN, ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS, K, H. GARDNER, N. E. ALLOWAY, W. H- Atxia. JOSEPH VAULX, President. A. W. BtJTLXB, Secretary. bAtw oct3 f. Siyaii & Co.'s lotteries. By Authority of the State of Georgia. 3,280 PRIZES LOWEST "PRIZE 810. MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TEN TICKETS 1 PRIZES GUARANTIED 1 FORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY. CLASS 2ly Tobe drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on FRIDAY, November 23, 1S56, on the plan of SINGLE NUMBERS t 13?" Purchasers in buying 10 Whole Tickets are guar antied a priza of ?40 Halves and Quarters in proportion. SAM'L SWAN & CO., Managers. 30,000. TICKElS-2,380 FRIZES! FRIZES AMOUNTING TO 203,000 BOLLAKS ! wt'l be distributed according lo the following original .scheme. lPrixa of $40,000 1 Prize of 1,000 1 do 12,000 10, do 200 1 do S.000 1 100 do 100 1 do 2,000 1 100 do 70 1 do 1,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. i Prizes of $150 Approximating to$40,000 prize, are 600 4 125 " 12,000 " S00 4 100 " 5,000 " 400 4 75 " 2,000 " COO 8 " 60 , '". . 1,000 400 '40 " '45. " 200 " 1,800 8,000 1' 40' " 120,000 3,230 Prizes, amounting to $204,000 MtlCS Or TICKETS. ISJ" Whole Tickets, $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2J PLAN OF THE LOTTERY. 80,000 Numbers corresponding with those en the Tickets are placed in one Wheel. The first 216 prizes, are placed u another wheel. A number is drawn irom the number Wheel, 1 i mroe. time a Prize is drawn from the other Wheel. The Prize drawn is placed against me number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the prizes are drawn out. .... ArrRoxuuTiox Pnrzis. The two preceding and lae two succeeding numbers to those drawing the first 16 prizes will be entitled to the 6i approximation prizes, according to the scheme. 3,000 Prizes of $40 will be determined by: the last figure of the number that draws the 1 10,000 pnze. For example, if the number drawing the 40,000 prize eods with 1, then all the tickets where the number ends in 1 will be entitled to $40. If the number ends with No. 2, then all the tickets where the number ends in 2 will be entitled lo $40, and soontoO. . . As, by this scheme, one ticket in every ten is guaran teed to draw $10. we will sell Certificates of Packages of ten tickets at the following rafes which is the risk on thenu All that the 10 Tickets draw over the amount guaranteed accrues to the purchaser Certificate' ofPackageof 10 Whole Tickets $60 i 10 Half " 30 ' 10 Quarter " 15 It willbe'pcrceivedby this plan, that for $60 the pur chaser has a certlfici'e of 10 tickets, when if ha buys Tickets be would only get tor that sum 6 wholes, thus by bnying certificates be bas four more chances for the larger prizes halves and quarter packages in proportion In ordering tickets or certificates, enclose the money to our address tor the tickets ordered, on receipt of which thev will be forwarded oy first mail. The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be forward edto purchasers immediately after Ibe drawing jgp Pu'chasera will please write their signatures plain and give their post office, county and State. Remember that every Prize is drawn, and payable in full without deduction. E3 AllPrizesof $1,000 and under, paid immediately after the drawing other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly confidential, Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other tickets at either 'office. Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be addressed either to , S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, Gi., S, SWAN, Montgomery, AU. oct25 cr J. Y. HUG GINS, Box 8, Nashville. Ezira Family Flour. r JfA BBLS. Mason's best Flour, "Just received and for sale by juuel9 JOYNT, BYRNE & NOLEL. STEAMERS NEW YORK, BREMEN & SOUTH AM PTON UNITED STATES MAIL STEAM ESS. Hk'h'p coraprtstnethH line are WA8H- voi. c.ini niggins. l nrio ilea-Jma men slop x Southampton, both golrig'an'd returning; raOPOSED D.TTfl O ...t.wn 1?A FromoatbV ' rrorn From. am ton fotfi Jjalurday. Saturday.. ..Wednesday. ..." .u. iirrmea. isew hoik. HBKHAXN WASHINGTON UK KM ANN WASHINGTON HERMANN....'. ----- ru. ) rev, i Feb S3 Mar Mar M -April IS May" IT wMay 21 May 17 . Jnnei.H. June : j , Id WASHlNGTOS...June 14 July 12. - Jniy 16 15 Aug 9 An. 13 9 Pept 6 . lent in HEKiUN........JaIy lVASHISGTO..ug HKHMAN.V......Sept WA3HI5C.T0.N...0st HKKil 5X NOV 6 Oct' 4 Oct - 8 4 &ov 1 Hor. 5 1 Nov 29 ' Dee 3' WAiHISGTON...5oT 29 Dee 37 .. Dec- 31 StoDDlnratSouthamoton.both rolnr and retorninr. thev offtr passengers proceeding to London and Havre.advantiges over aoy oihi-r mule, for the economy of lliue and mogey . Passato from Acw York to Southampion and Bremen, First Cabiu Saloon, li di.llars; First Cabins Lower Saloon, 110 dollars: Second do. CO dollars. AHleltsrsaud newspapers must pais through tb J'cs Of fice. . fJo bills of lading will be signed or parcel received At the" aay oi sailing, , An-experienced Surgeon ts attached to each (hip. For freight or pavaee apply iu C. H. SASD, 11 South William street, New York. C. Ai UEIHEKKrt it COn Bremen, 3 UKOSKKY & CO Southampton. WM. 1SKLIN, Havrft. Jan4j-ly . iSXPJtESS- NOPlt)Ei . , tJJIEMPHIS AN I) CHARLESTON, RAIL ROAD. 1 THE "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY" hareioadvar. rang) mests wilh the above Kailraui for a Daily Ex press Line, and are cow piepued 'o receive aud torn ard Freight, Packages, Ac. by Pafseugcr Trains lo lliiniMiile, Dvcatur; Tnscumbid and in'trrtediafe siaUODScnll'.6M. & C. and N. A. 0. Kailroods. Small lVckngesat reduced rates J3f Messengers leave Nashville daily at? o'elncjlcSm. lif" Froigbtato be lorwaraed by Express will ho called for without extra charge. .' A." K. HOLT, apr9 Agent CAU1N PAS.SAEJtOJflJirAJU7lTTN TO KC1V VORIC; TWENTY-FIVK DOLLARS, United kljales Mini liiiie NEW YORIC AND CHARLESTON STEAM SHIPS. Through In 48 to 53 Honrs. SEMI-WEEKLY. Nashville, 1300 tons. M. Berry Commander. Slurioii, IS00 tons, W. J. Foster, Commander. Jas Adgcr, 1500 tons, 8. C.Turnev,Commandr Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thoa. Ewan, Commander. fvf a. IiEAVESAdgera Wharves. everjr Wednes- aay ana aaiuraay alter vie arrival oi ins cars from the South and fft, "at high WJtsr:" These Eteamshios were all built exnresslv for this Line and for safety, speed and comfort are unrivalled on the Coast. Tables suntilied with eTjrr luxury. Attentive and cour teous Commanders, will insure Travellers by this Line every possible comfort and accommodation. uaDm passage,.... .............. ...... ...125. Steerage passage,. . For freighter passage, having elegant State Rocm Ae- eaaiinidations, applyto UtUl illSSKUUJl, Corner East Bay and Adger's South 'Wharf, febl8'56 -tf Chorleston, H. a D1SSOJLUTIOW. THE Partnership heretofore existing between ibe un dersigned under the style of Morris & Mathews in the Grocery and Commission business is this day diswlved by mutual consent, W. B.Mathiws having withdrawn from the business. Either of us would be pleased to re ceipt for accounts due the concern. 11. IS. AlUKlvIH, W. B. MATHEWS. Sept. 16, 1S56. H. B. Morris having associated W. U. Harris with him. will continue the Grocery nnd Commission business at the old stand of Morris It Mathews under the Btvle of H. B. Morris & Co. sep30tf b FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, dZU.,dU.,3tl;. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LINES. CABIN PASSAGE $20; STEERAGE $3. The well known first class Steamships KEYSTONE STATE, SCAPTAIN R. HARD IE, AND STATE OF GEORGIA, CAPTAIN J. J. GARVIN, Wilt hereafter form a Weekly Ljns to Philadelphia, sat ling every Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles ton, as lollows: The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the fol lowing Saturdays October 4th and IStb, November 1st, 18th, and 29th. Leaving Philadelphia ths alternate Sat urdays The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the follow isg Saturdays October 11th, and 25th, November 8th aud22d, December 6th and 20th,' Leaving Philadelphia alternate Saturdays. In strength, speed and accommodations, these ships are fully equal to any running on the coast. Inland naviga tion,lUOmiIs on Delaware Hirer and Bay; two nights ti sea. FOR NIAGARA FALLS, THE LAKES AND CANADA, SHOKTES1 ASD CHEAP ESI ROUTE. These Lines both connect at Philadelphia with the Great Northwestern Railroad Route through to Niagara Falls or Buffalo, in IS hours from Philadelphia. Through Tickets with the privilege of stopping at Philadelphia and inter mediate points, lor sale by the Agents in Savannah and Charleston. SSf Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, $23- to Elmira, $26; to Canandaigua, $27. Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MAETLN. Agent at Savannah, C. A G REINER. Agents at Charleston, T. S. & T. G. BUDD. oct.7'56 8md MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY. THE Directors of this Company new announce to the Public, that this Cemetery has been laid off with suit able avenues and walks, and a portion of the ground, subdivided into Family Lots, which are offered for sale The map of the grounds can be seen at the office of Lindsley & Crockett, where the public are invited to call and examine the same. The Company feel confident they could not have made a more suitable location for a Cemetery in the vicinity ot Nashville, and pledge themselves to the public to spars no money or pains to make it equal to any Cemetery in the Union, ana sach a one as Nashville may feel some pride in. The Cemetery is now in charge ot a competent Super intendent, living on the ground, under whose direction in tsrmenU will be -made in the best manner and at the usual charges. The Directors ot the uompany are desirous mat me grounds should be visited by the citizens ot Nashville, and lor that purpose an Omnibus will leave the office of Linda ley A Crockett, at 4 o'clock, on Tuesday alternoon. the 8thinst,andon every Friday alternoon thereafter at the same hour. The seats will be free. Ladies and Families desirous of visiting the grounds, will be called for at their residences, by sending their cards to the President of the Company. A. V. S . LINDSLEY, Pres't C. W. Nancs. Sec'y. Jjfi tf J. II- CUKEY, Funeral Undertaking T ill tirmrM in innmn jJi"irifl3 or overv ui JL tion, with everything necessary for funerals, and will give prompt attention to all orders left at my Coffin Wore Booms, In Cooper's Buildings, Cherry street. Furniture of all kinds repaired or made to order in tho best of style. osta-toli JOHN IL CURRY. Who Wants a Home ? DWELLINGS AND BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. THAT magn'ficent Brick DwellingorJohn Yeatman's, with 8 or lo rooms, oa Broad street West Nashville. A bargain will te given. , 2d, An elegant Brick House with 9 rooms, No. 73 North Summer street, 8d, A new Brick House with 9 rooms, on High street, near Broad, free lrom taxation. 4th, A msgn iticent Frame Dwelling with 9 toots and 6 acres of ground l miles from the city, on the Gallatin 6th. An elegant Frame Cottage, with 6 rooms in Putnam's Addition to Edgifield. 6th, An elegant Brick Dwelling with 8 or 10 rooms, No. 94 ChTeb street, near Spruce. 7th, A desirable Brick House wilh 6 rooms. No. -181, corner of Cherry and Line streets 8tb, A desirable Besidenee Lot, fronting 40 feet on liberrjrsirat, rxiween uenrcnana uroaa. - 9th, One fronting 42 feet on Broad street, between Sum met and High. 10th, A magnificent Building Site, fronting 100 feet oa Broad street, West Nashville. , t c 11th, A beautiful Lot on the corner of Gay and Park streets, in Walkin's unrivalled additi.n. Three neat brick dwellings have been erected In Watkfa's addition in the last few week. Call soon on oct im 44& Cherry street. SBBAlf COSLST " ' " S. L. J0BMSO' "CONLEY & JOHNSON, 'Successors to McClure A oore.) fia 10 Broad, and No. 04 South Market St., KEEP constantly n hand all kinds of Cooking and Heating Stores, plain and ornamental; also, Tin ware, Grates, e, Ac. -Booting and Spouting done with neatness and despatch. Sheet Iron and Copper work for Boats, Boiling Mills, Furnaces, Foundries, Factories and Stills, dsneas cheap as thechsapeat. jaul8 ly. lioyai liavaiia Lottery- , Tlis next ordinary Drawing ot the Kotal 1U.va.va ;Lv Tsar, conducted by tbo Spanish Government nadec ta SupervsVm of1 ihe CupUm Ger.eral cf Cuba, wDl taka place at Havana ou ' TVEUNESD AY. DECEMBER 10th, 13.5. 8258,000 I i . .SORTEOiNCMKRO 672 0RDI3ARI0.. . -CAPITAL" PRIZE ' 100,000 DOLLARS I" 1 Prize ol $100,909 1 it tjOO 1 .x , 20,00tt i .... 6,ooa 3 of$0o0,each 6,000 a .v. ofSlCOO.eacb ..aM 2.000 risA'.". 6oo.-ach::.r..rr.v Z.: woo 20 Approximations ..'. 7,10 .219 Prixss, sjnonnting toi.i;-.?.:.. 253,000 i 'o .APPROXIMATIONS, , ' the two preceding and. the two .succeeding numbers to those winning-" tho following Prixss will bo entitled to, viz: to the $100,000 $400 to the 50,000 400 to the 20,000 400 to the 10,000 200 . tothe 5,000 200 W "OfJ-TICKETS $20 ; HALVES $10 ; QUART 23 $5 ....... lb0Te -ed are drawn at e Terr drawing. THE MANNER OF THS DRAWING 13 AS FOIxLOWa. A 11 the numbers ore put In a wheel or globe in, ths pre senea of tho authorities of Havana, and too pub lie, two days tel.ire tba nay of drawing, and the Prizta in another globe: both of which are locked with thrta different keys, kept by the three. Treasurers ot the case of the Royal Lottery. The drawing takes place in the largtecnrt inside the Cos. torn House, publicly. Two boys, not over twelva yaon of ape, from tho Orphan-Asylum, draw tho Numbers n!r the Prizes. One of tba Boys draws one Number, tad at tfce fume time, ths other draws out ons Prize from ts wheel tf Prii?s, and whatever Prize comes oaf, is pi seed. t the credit of thatNnmber,.ajdttLer ccntinua nsikl tfcs, whole number of Prizes are drawn. . The Prizes ore payable without dijeount on preseela. tion of tba ticket, at the Royal Treasury, in Haras a, as s-ion as the.result becomes known, and are paid in Spatisii Doubloons. ' The subscribers will cash all prizes at 5 per cent-discount, charging for.tbe risk, Ac, attending collection. Rf The. lis:, of drawn N ambers and Prizes will be mailed to purchasers orTlckets on the arrival of t&o .Mail Steamer from Havana. T 1ST Purchasers willpleasa write thsirSijuaturespjain, and give their Post Office-. County and Statu. Ftf" Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par. 13 Orders.fotTlek-t3or:5bare3ia" the above Schema sdaressed to J. Cisco & Co., Charleston. 8. O, will bs promptly attjnded to 3. CISCO & CO . feci Charleston, 3. 0. PROPOSALS FOR SITE FOR PUBLIC BUILDING. SEALED proposals wUlbe received by Jessa Thomas Esq , Surveyor, Samuel RAoderson, Esq, Postiiswter and Jacob JdcGavock; Esq,, until tba twenty-filth, day o September next, (ar a suitable site Icr building for tba accommodation ot the Custom Douse, Post Office, United Stales Courts, and Steam Boat Inspectors, at Kashvllle, Tenu. Corner Lots "will be preferred, and. none ars. eligi ble that are less than one hundred feet br ocs hamdne let. JAMES GUTHRIE. sepli tf. Secretary Treasury. S ASBixcTOT, D. fX . iy. 29. '57, DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. BRICK RESIDE-iCE, No. 100 Cedarsireet lotlronSa 72 feet on Cedar street, and extends hack SSI fet l.. a SO feet street.- Free of taxation; Brier House, corner of Hvnes and Enowlea utrf West Nashville. Lot fronts W feet on Knowles 'streets, and extends back on the lino of Uynes street. 162 feet to a 20 feet alley. Frame Residence No, 40 South' Summer stresL. Lot fronts 52'feet on Summtr street. and extends back 170 fast or more to al5feetal!ey. D.-.UTJ . J r, r IL rt "ntv ncaiueuce, .iu. 10, iioria summer street. Twobcantifal Cottairaltesidenteiin F.vrina'x jtiMltfan each lot Irontlng 65 feet on Kwlng Avenue and extending k in ri t. . in 1 1 . r . . . . vMj.4raHUMiiu xca.wiDjr. i axicx Ulillll. 01 pay. mentextremiy liberal. Brick: Resides co with eirht Rooms. Porches. A -with Grape Arbor, Carriage House, Stables and Cfstera,. cor ner of Washington nnd Prl streets, tonth Nashville. Lot Ironts 103 feet on Pearl street and extends Lick ISO feetda the lino or Washington street, to aU 3 feet alley-.. ' ' Double Frame House on Grasdy street, Wait 'ashrUls. Lot fronts 50 feet on Grnndystreet. Persons wishing, to procure a home, or capitalists de siring an opportunity lor profitable investments, are invited to call at the office ot the undersigned and leam luiiparucuura relating to the above-lint ot property. A. B. SHANKLAND, ang2 tf. OtEcis No. 2S Cherry street REMOVAL. I THURSTON A BERNARD hsv3 removed to No. IS Public Square, nxt dCCr in lUlhccn's, where they will bo happy t j show tfi iir t us jmers a nrst rats stoci: of Dry Goods, consisting of BltcavBruwn and Bluo. Broad Cloths; Black aud Fancy Cassimeres; Vestings, Glovsi', Hosiery, Cravats, Uaudkerchiels, Ac.,ic. THURSTON & 11EKN AKD, No. 1C Public Sijanre, (Next door to Calhoun's.) WE now have, on hand a bountiful stock or French and English, Merinos, plain Plaid and Ambra Rhuifoil nil unnl I1mI.mi.1oi2 ltnmhnr.M r ... V. . 1 1 .. .... .MHWHW, .wu..iMu.a, noiiiiiptca, dlisa Chester DeLaines; Plaid, Bed, Yellow and White Flannel. .11 mm. I..:-. ii . i , ... , . iui luviiuai. auu, a couineic butcjt oi arapie UOOaa Servants' Goods of all kinds, to which wa Invite the atteo tion of all CASDVbuysrs, as tie ciU give good bargains sept23 tf BELL H O TJ iS E, KNOXYICLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM MfcTEER, Propbietor. ornucut or halt aid state Stiuxt. ttf Four Horse Mail Uoaohos leave daily at 7Jf o'clock, A. 41., for Montvale Springs, (jane 16 tf NOTICE. BY virtue cf an execution from the Circuit Court of Davidson county. September Term, 1358, in Civar of h,. f. Children, v. Felix Uower, and. others, I will,, on the Mth'day of November next, expose to sals, at th Court Yard Gate in NashTiHe, to. the highest bidder ice cash, all the right, titls, claim and interest that W, H Wtlkuuon has m and to a certain piece, parcel or Iol of ground on Cherry street, in South Nashville, upon whisk the residence of Wilkinson is situated, containing forty feet, and adjoining the proporty of Winn & Owen, to satis fy said execution. Sale within legat hours. B. H. CAMPBELL, octlO tf . Deputy Sherig. NOTICE. B Y virtue of an execution to ma directed from ths Chancery Court at Nashville, I will, on the 4th day Joseph I No. 250 n the plat ofCocknll'sLots. odloininsr' tha town of Nashville the some fronting irs feet on Cedar street, and running back 133 feet, it being the same Lot purchas ed by said J. C. Leake of V. K. Stephenson, sold to satisfy said Executor, in favor of John A. lleCampbeU, adm'r,s J. C. Leake. Sale within legal hours. octS-tf K. H. CAMPBELL. Deputy Sheriff. OLD 1SURBORN. FIFTEEN barrels genuine Old Burborn Whisky, (rota years old) to which tha attention of the' city trade is invited. . JOHSSON, HOKNB &. CO. septic b A r Broadway. WiiolesaleDry Goods, &c. TO MERCHANTS ONLY. SIXTY-FIVE thousand dollars aorth of new and fsa. jonabl Stple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hats. Boots; Shoes, Clothing and Hardware, Ac., Ac., to bs told at pri vate gale tor cash and four months notes payable la Bonk. These goods have been bought in New York and' Boston, since the beavy decline, at auction, of Manufacturers agents and by the package at prices varying from 6 to 5o per cent, less than their pricesln June and July. These goods are consigned to us io be closed Immediately, in a word we defy- competion in this market Merchants who do business to make money and can pay easia and give bar months notes and pay them, will please give as a calL &EpTfTentrefi months and then Day at their earliest convenience, our house is no place for them. , ALSO, thirty thousand dollars worth of new and de sirable goods, consigned to us to bs sold at auction ezstat sively. Our Auction Sales will continue as usual every Tues day and Thursday. Tsbks All sums under $100 cosh; over $100,4 months time. We earnestly request City andCountry-MarcbanU who make up their Stocks in tho Nashville market to try nr ' one pop, and if we don't do what wa promise than pass us by. We take great pleasure in showing- oar entir steete to any and all who will give us a call. -TBAiiUE & LUCAS, Commission Merchants, septl2 tf. iriii No. 74 Pablio Squaw. " " NEW AKhiVAL. JUST received a fresh supply or fifty-four Boskets of CHABLES HEIDSICK'S CHAMPAIGN, in Quarts, and Dints. Warranted to be a gtnuina and superior or tjci " B. .Ifc-SIMPSON. . teta 2 Public Square. A SMALL FARM TOR SALE NEAR NASU VILLE. - -r HA YE for sale about 70 acres- cf Land. 8W milea J. from the city, in a good neighborhood, onehird elear ed and tba balance heavily timbersd. Tbe entire Trast is splendidly set in Bins Gross. I will divide it Into two'-or lour parcels it the entire Tract can be disposed of, or tb who! to one purchaser; od liberal Urmg. There are four beautiful Building Sites susceptible of being made as handsome as any place abont Nashville. For further particulars call and see. me at No. 9 College street, and I will offer a splendid bargain. 1 . ' octn t ' J. C. FITS. SKY ROCKETS. JUST received an assortment of Sky BockeU acd Ko mn Candles, and lor sale- br ocflT WESSEIi i THOMPSON. ' ; TEAS I TEAS t JU3T.received an excellent assortment of Greta aad ""Black Teas, -amoDg-which will be found the Eoglist, breakfast Tea, an articla superior in quality and flavor tc any other imported. For sola low by octl7 WES3EL THOMPSON. EG ARS. 15.000 extra Principe Segara received and lor sale by octl7J WE3SEL 4 THOMPSON.