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tatUew Mr.W. E. SIjcmf onr firmiiww;i MOW. J AS. B. UKAIBIIEAU. . 2eswW,May.l,lS. ' : ; tUO S. upunwiB- WILLIAM B. MWCHiy CRAIGHEAD & MiNCHIN, IMPORTERS OF aK&xc3L-ccrA.X'o AXLd Outlory, jmd Sealers Wliolosalo sua.3. H-eta-iX. Morcliants jxs.a. otliors .et.ro Rospoot .CuJLly isxxritoca. to call "?5r Stook or NEW Rfil d3c.Bc. of vsrjfcULoJtx - -octjj- etratoBto oasli JPSf" lowed -to tHoso wHo x.?r to sell ftsAdxi JTo. 29 PaMic Square, ffaanville, Tenn. K.HUBKOCKWAY &Co. yTHMMALE DEALERS AND MANTJFACTUBEBS OF Geatleraen's Clothing, No.71 a- Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. TOK Stock of Gentlemen's Keady Made Clothing for the I I .. wihiot trada It now complete, embracing every varletv of style and fabric to bo found in the Eastern Markets. yUanaftcmre andsaleof Clothlug.enable n to oiler creator inducements than any other house ta the city, and should alone be laflelent guarantee to all who purchase Keady made Clothing, and they can supply themselves with a much larger varlely or styles ana assortment oi sues, umiosapin-o bv making their purcbasei direct from the Manufacturers. augSO.'M tf R. H. B200KWAY&CO. NashYille Sewing Machine Company, Kos. 71 1-2 EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THBSB Machines are now very Justly considered to be the best in use, having the advantage of all others m the dsipllelty of lht jonstructlon, the speed and beauty of their V , thn o-reat atrencth of their seam. Unlike any others In ne, they form a seam with two continuous threads ftnm n!!nirv innoli of cotton, silk or linen making a knot at every stitch which prevents the work from ripping undo- any circumstances wnniever. Th. tnt and hlrbestTjrenrlnms have been awarded to these Machines at all the leading Fairs througbeut this country ndEuropo,andthelnventornow rejoices tntbe more sub. stantial reward of the largest patronage ever bestowed upon any Sewing Machine in Europe or America. They are of the highest finish, and of every variety of slie andstyle, and adapted to all the wants or the Sewingcora siunlty. They are all secured exclusively to the proprietors by let ters patent, and are free from all legal controversy. Great pains has been taken to adapt these Machines to Plantation sewing, and they are now so simple, durable and easilyrun and tended by any person, that thoy are entirely beyond competition for this work or for the manufacture of hoary or light bags, for Cora or Wheat, no machinery has ever been invented to surpass them any person after one hours practice can make from 400 to TOO corn sacks per day en one machine. These machines are also equally well adapted to the manufacture of all kinds of clothing, coarse or fine, as well as general sewing, quilting, stitching, die. These ma chines are so arranged as is mako the stitch any length de sired, and to sew with ese any and every eam in any car ment,and the durability, regularity and beauty or finish, cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by the most skllUol hands. . ., . , We shall at all times keep on hand a ull assortment or these macblnes.and most respectfully Invite the public gen .Mihii rail nri ia them In ue. and srive them a careful examination and be satisfied that the half has not yet been MM. aec u Dry Goods npHE undersigned are now receiving, and will have I I r l:V:i!.. k. Ik. 9Atk tnDt,wl H XCaOy lUl CilllUl.lUU 4jr mo ..4444 .uobaua, w T.ATtOEST AMD BEST ASSORTED STOCK OP AMERICAN. ENGLISH. FRENCH. GERMAN AND swisa Fancy goods. Than they have ever had the pleasure to show to theRetail Merchant. Tney navesparea no paras nor eipeusu m nKt tour op a Stock from which all classes of customers can .B . . . . . rpi 1 1 t--f... :n-A.i select tnetr assoruneiiia. xuvj hioumhib h- ments this season tn FINE GOODS, They have ever done before and respectfully solicit an ex- ftminanon ot tneir ei iun, uuui mc ucitnn, iww itz the city believing that with the VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT And LOW PSWES, heyml be able to offer Induce ments to all. jiil; tui Aix s uu, Na8Bvh.li, Ang. 15. No. 49 Public Sqoare. AltMSTKOiG & CO.. HO. 69 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN. Coiiimisiosi Merchants AND MANUFA0TDEER8' AGENTS, TOR THE SALE OT Machines, Agricultural Implements, Ruilding jUaterinls, Arc., tVc. TtHE annexed is a list of snch articles as may always be p found at laeir store, ana at iae iokc&i caau putca, . . 1 I T 1 t U . n Rtreshlnz Machines, Horse Powers, Corn and Cob Crush t, i!nm Shelters. Bedwell's Smut Machine. Child's Gi ain Separator, Well's Seed Sower. Corn Planters, Culti- . .X , . r .11 i-;j P( il n.i valors, iiarrowa, i luuzua oi uu wuua,uuuiuB,iuwuui tei a, Scythes, Forks, Ilakes, Reaping aud Mowing Ma chines, ran Milts, sc nnildintr Materials. A-c. Window Rash. Venitian Blinds. Marbeliied Iron Man .1(8, Window Olasa of all sites, Hydraulic Cement, Plaster 1 ans, Uhaln rumps, rorce i-uuips, uai-ueu ugiueo, nuu (Joalrs, Iron oeiiees, iron oaies oi aiiaiics. Pninbi. Oils. A c. White Lead. White Zinc, Brown Zinc, Stone Colored Zinc Paints of all colors. Putty, Whiting, Linseed Oil, Lard Oil. Turpentine, Varnishes, Mineral Paint, Glue, ramt Brushes, KOSin, uopperas, rami mus, oc, xc Fertilizers. Gttano, and Land Plaster. We keep a large stock of these arttslesonnana. Seeds. Clover, Timothy, Blue Grasa.Uerd Grass, Orchard Grass, oariey, so We are also airenta for Pease's Celebrated Excelsior Rail road Horse Power Threshing Machines. We have now an assortment of these Machines on band, and will furnish them at Manufacturers' prices, transportation added. As the demand will be beyond the supply, those who are in want of them bad better bny soon. (eb21 tf ARMSTRONG & C0- THE EXCITEMENT OF 185G! AS this is on age of progression, and you may as well be out of the world as to be out of the fashion, that being the case, you shonld call immediately at Itficholson's and supply younelf with some of those REAUTIFITIj DRESS GOODS which were selected with eo much tart und ttntinn : the names of which are too numerous ts mention. In a word ererything that is usually kept in a NO. 1 DRY GOODS HOUSE. We don't wish to boast, for the Goods will speak for themselves all we ask is a call lrom tbe puouc generally Besides Dress Uoods. we nave an excellent lut ui WRAPPING. meh a Hlnski. Mantillas. Talmas. Shawls. Scarfs, 4c. Also, tbe different kinds of Laces and Embroideries. Our nffJKsTLKMEN'S. WEAR is very complete, con. sistinr- of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting and Furnishing Goods. Also a good stock nt IlftMESTIC GOODS. soch as Bed Tickings, Domestic Drilling, Blankets, Linf sey, Jeans, flannels, insn unen?, in iact everjiuiuj; u, tie kind. All of which we will sell at a very low profit I. C. Aiuuuiisua s t;u., geplSi No. 22 Public Square. THRESH ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES. 100 hhria nrime to choice Surar 100 bbls Powdered, Jjoaland urnsneuscear; ZOO bbls Reboiled Molasses; 100 V bbls do do, 800 bags prime Rio Coffee; 75 bugs Old Gov. Java and Lagnyra Cctlee; 40 bbls Mackerel; 150 boxes Star Candles; 100 boxes Mould do; 200 kegs Nails, assorted; 100 doxen Buckets; 100 boxes Tobacco, assorted brands 50,000 Imported Regalia Cigars; 60,0o0 assorted brands do; 100 boxes Bar Soap; 20 bags Pepper, 20 bags Spice. Just received with n good assort ment of Urocerles, and lor sale by M & E F CHEATHAM. LIQUORS. 250 bbU Pike's Magnolia Whisky; 200 bbls Nector Whisky, 100 bbls Robinson Co do, 50 bbls Old Bourbon do; CO bbls Old Rye do; CO bbls Old Reserve do; 100 bbls American Brandy, 0 bbls do Gin; 20 bblsPeach Brandy, torsaie by ivnr29 MiB'C MAE CI1EATHAM. OKN MEAli Fresh and good, on hand all the time and forsale low for cash at J. M. HAWKINS, may 15 Ageal. HITE WINE VINEGAR. 4. ouperb article, for Pickles and Table use, just received and for gale by J. M. HAWKINS, Agent, mais Odd Fellows' HalL THAT LEIt ANON FLOUR. Always on hand tbe finest article manufactured in the United States, and for sale low for cash by J. M. HAWKINS, mjyic Agent, OddFellows Usll. f OLD EN SYRUP. -1 have just received a splen VT did article of Golden Syrnp from SI. Louis, and for cole low for cash at J. M. HAWKINS, maylB Agent. Odd Fellewg' Hall. TOaiILLOWNERS,aiIMi-WRlGIITS,IRON Fonndci, and the Public Generally if Nashville, and the Snrroundiu? District. I HAVE commenced the business of Pattern Making and am prepared to make patterns of Cog Wheels, Water Wheels, Pulleys, and all kinds of fixings lor mill, g-aring, To Farmers" and others in the country I would also say, that I am prepared to make Threshing Machines, Fan Mills, horse powers, or refix those that are out of order on the most reasonable terms, and hipe, by my constant and unremitting attention to business, 1 will receive a ahare of public patronage Place of business, Washington street, South of the Blind Asylum, between the Murlreea boroaad Lebanon turnpikes, and can be found by en. quiring at Mr. Side's Grocery on the Lebanon i turnplke. sep284!a o HENRY WOLFENDEN. NPiW WHOLESALE HOUSE. BRANSFOBD, MiWHIRTER & GO. DEAIXES IK Foreign and Domestic NO.'71,'2si DOOR ABOVE OUT HOTEt, PUBLIC fcyUAltts AAaUVllilitt, ifilUI. WE ase now receiving end opening for the Fall and Winter trade, the most desirable stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ever 'offered to the traJe of Tennessee or the adjoining States, comprising in part, splendid Flounced Silk Robes, Rich Dress Silks, in great variety, plain black' and colored SilksDress Trimmings in ereatvanely and choice styles, Bonnet Ribbons, Laces and French Embroideries, Irish Linens, Jaconets, Swiss .and checked Muslins, French black end colored Merinoes, De lanes, Ac. Ac Also, a fine assortment of French black and colored Cloths, plain, black and fancy Doeskins, fancy Silk and Flnsh Vesting, together with a large line of Ne gro. Bed and Coating Blankets, Tweeds, Jeans, Ac, Ac We Invite the attention of Merchant Tailors especially. to our Stock of Cloths. Cassimeres and Trimmings. Also the attention of Iron Manufacturers to our Stock of Negro Blankets, Negro Kerseys, Striped and Plain Osnabnrgs. Having purchased the majority of onr goods for cash we are prepared to offer rare inducements to either cash or snort ume punctual dealers. We in Tile all merchants visiting our city to a careful ex animation of our stock and prices. angI5 BRADFORD, McWHIRTEB A CO. REMOVAL. IRBY MORGAN & CO., HAVE removed to their ,NEW STORE, No. 7 Poblic Square, (South side) where they have now in 8tore and open for exhibition, a large and well assorted Slock or STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, And VARIETIES, to which they invite the attention Merchants trenerailv We will as usual offer to CASH AND PROMPT TIME BUYERS THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE INDUCE MENTS. We have opened a splendid line of FANCY DRESS GOODS, Such as : French printed DeLanes, French " Meriaoes, Elegant Dress Silks, Plain and Figured Coburghsi NewStvle Ponlins. French Mennos and em'd Robes, Printed Persirn Cloths, Printed Cashmeres, Cloaks, Talmas, Mantles and Shawls. A BKinnnn. uxx or Bonnet Ribbons, Embroidery and Flonncings, Laces and Edgings, Cloths, CaEsimeres, tattinets, Blankets, Flannels, Tickings, and Brown and' Bleached Muslins PRINTS. Ac. Ac. Those desiring bargains would do well to look through this Stock. We axe buying Feathers; Wool, Ginseng, Linseys, Jeans, socks, Ac, Ac. cugVT IRBY MORGAN & CO. Carpet Hall Up Stairs. K. C. MWAIRY & Co. WILL open to day and to morrow ONE HUNDRED PIECES OF THREE PLY &, INGRAIN CARPETS, bought at a forced auction sale in New York. These we warrant equal in quality and cheaper in price than any hitherto offered in this market, and we arc de termined tosellthem correspondingly low. We will, at the same time, be opening-many new goods in staple and fancy lines, and will continue to open and receive all the novelties of the season, as fast as they ap pear in Dew lort. R. C. McNAlRY & CO. angl5 No. 55 College st, NEW ORLEANS. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH, AND Irish Dry Goods. P. & 3. HEILLY & Co , n O lone known at the corner of Royal and Canal streets. O beg to say they have removed to their new store No. 126 Canal street, between Royal and Bourbon streets. knoirnas Tonro Buildings, sign of tbe Golden FlaxJ where their ample room and a resident buyer in Europe will en able them to keep, the year round, a complete stoce in everv department. AI4SO, a full of line Plantation Goods of the best Southern Manufacture. Combined with the above, they will keep at the old stand, corner Royal and Canal streets, under the name of EMBROIDERY AND LACE STORE, a complete (toct of Ladies' Dress Trimmings, Embroideries, Ribbons, Laces, and LADIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, to suit the country Merchant as well as the consumer This latter is a class of house heretofore unknown in this market. P. E. REILLY & CO.. 126 Canal street, between Royal andBonrbon streets, Tour Buildings, sign of the Golden Flax. fsepl9 6m qXrdner,shepherd&co WHOLESALE DEAXERS IN Shoes? Hats and Straw GOODS, NO. 50 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE. WE have now in store at our Olo Stand, a very large and superior stock of BOOTS AND 8UOK3, HATS AND CAPS, suitable for Winter sales, which we would like to exhibit to Merchants visiting this market. sept9-ly GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO. .Nashville Foundry, NO. 87 COLLEGE STREET. T.3I. BRENNAN, Proprietor.! I would invite attention of Architects and Builders to the fine collection of patterns I have on hand, and am making forevery description of Architectrjal Iron Work, for open fronts, Window Lintels and Sills, Top Cornices, Ac, lor stores or dwellings. Also, Verandahs, Fencing and Balconeys, I will work to any design sent to me, or lurnish designs it necessary. 1 employ me best skilled workmen to be had, and use the best materials, and am confident that I can successfully compete with Eastern manufacturing in tnis market, ana nope to be sustained m doing so by those anxious to encourage nome enterprise. geptiit u 1 . ju. mtt.ix.'.Ai)! Wheat! Wheat! WANTED to fill an order of One Hundred Thousand BushelBof Prime WHEAT, delivered at our Ware house in ISoshville, for which we irill pay the market price. IX. 1 t 1 I 4'4 C 1 C . h c uiivv uu uauu ttiai; iuauui ui 7UcI to luruiau uioae delivering toe wneat. jiine22 H: 8. FRENCH A SON. Strj w Hats and Bonnets. LOUIS F. DESSART, LATELY from Paris, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nashville and neighboring towns, that he is now prepared to bleach and press Straw Bonnets and Hats in the latest style. He promises to those who will patronize him, that they will not recognise their bonnets or hats, as he can make then lUe new. Milliners, Hitters and Mer chants trill find it to their interest to make arrangements witn mm. iiercuants wno nave old bats or bonnets on hand, can save all their stock and sell it for new. He will also attend 10 dying Straw goods. Call at No. 12 Deade- nck street, up Stairs foct7 2m Tennessee Plow Factory TS marine Plows of the best material, andin rreat va L riety; wrought Iron and steel, right and left hand rjOWB. A. W. rUTAAH, Propiretor. Tsos. SoAar, Manager. aiigl5 6m W. IS. CORNELIUS; AGENT FOR TIIE SALE OF FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES, IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE. Funeral Undertaking-, ATOT WITHSTANDING the recent Fire, we are still in J. operation, ready and willing to attend on all Funeral occasions when called on as usual, with everything that is necessary on sucn occasions, twice ana ware 1100ms, No. S3 Deaderick street, in the houss formerly occupied by Oram A Shepherd, where orders may be left night or aay. j. w. JUcUUilliS, july2! By Vf. R.Coe.mlios. Scotch & Irish Whisky. DIRECT IMPORTATION. Tl'ST received a shipment of everal puncheons and kegs of this suFtRior. article direct from Belfast, Ireland. It uc lounu lar superior to an; ever ocercu 10 inis roar-tei 11. I.. hlMI-.su., "v9 42 Public Sauare. JENIJINElJOItDO.V DUFF SHERRY WINE. A FHESII supply In osiqinal package,Just received and ajl iui gaic UY ll. I.. SIMPSON'. HOV9 A? Vnhll Rin.rA. OLD A I. A A llf SIA11RIIIA. THREE original casks, which I offer as qshcim and so naioa 1st. n. L. simpso.V. nova 42 Public Square. Charles Heidsick CHAMPAIGNE. THE rapid sale with which my last importation of this article met has Induced toe to order a now timni,. which arrived this day, being SUPERtOK to any lot ever yet offered. I recommend It to tao Tr.i.le as well as for lamnyuso. V. Jj. aiiix-ju.,i ruouc bquare. octiu nerj. r punas uom. iiouso. Arctic Explorations 7Ar IRE YEARS 1853, 1354, AND 1855, BY ELTSI1A KENT KANE. M. D.,U.S.If., IS SKAKUU Of Sir John Franls'in. ILLUSTRATED WITU THREEHUXBRKD ESOKA VIKGS, lor sale oy jocmj uinmim w.Miia. IRVINCJ'S LIFE OF WASIXLTU'ION- THIRD VOLUME. Just received by . oeS CHARLES H. SMITH. HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEMBER. Received by oct CHARLES W. SMITH. A.jC,, Jb A. BBECHi no. college street. HAVE now in store a Tery large omQsnt of New and Desirable Fall nd Winter Goods, direct from the hands of importeis and Manufacture rr, all cf which have been purchised to best advantage. Persons visiting Nash ville lor the purpose of buying goods will certainly do well chases, as we are determined to eeU at the lowest figures. 'Rich flounced Silks, Striped Brocade Chintz Flounce ; do do do Satin do do do do Jaspa do' New style Stripe and Plaid Silks of all kinds ; Fine brk Rept and Silks for mourning ; A large stock Plain bl'k Silks of tbe best makes in all widths. Cashmeres rind Dcianes. Onr stock of Woollen Dress Uoods embraces everything tn this line fine rich Fig'd De Laces, fine 64 FigM Cash meres, all wool De Lanes (plain) in all colors, beautiful shades Fch Merino, fine bl'k Merino, also, 6-4 Plain bl'k DeLanes, Lupin's best make fine bl'k Bombazine and Al paccas eU prices, col'd and bl'k Coberge Cloths. uuatu uuu anutvi. Of every style cloth, Velvet and Moire Antique, Stella border Shawls and Scarfs, Long and Square Shawls, plain bl'k and Drab do. Lace Goods. Fine VaL Lace Setts; do do Collars, new style; French needle-work Collars trimmed ; New style em'd Muslin Setts; Em'd Linen Setts, Emb'd Jaconet Collars and sleeves of the beautiful styles, Emb'd Travelling Setts; Ladies fine Hemsticn and Em'd Handk'fs; Emb'd Skirts, new style goods for Skirts; Hair Cloth, a new article Grass Cloth for Skirts; Hooped Hair Skirts, plain Domestic Hoop Skirts. Hosiery and Gloves. Best make "Kid Gloves (Ladies' and Gentlemen's;) Ladies' Silk, Cashmere, Lisle Thread, Beaver and Raw Silk fleeced Gloves ; ' Woollen Kid and Buck Gauntlets; Misses' Beaver Gloves for School; Bl'd Raw Silk Hose plain and fleeced: Bl'k Cashmere and Worsted Hose, Ladies and Misses; Very superior lot Ladies and Misses Grey English Woollen Hose; Large lot children's Worsted Hose, and Grecian Boots lor infants; All colors Eastern Knitting Yarns; Grey Shaker Yam. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,: Black and Fancy French Cloths; Fine Fancy D'ble Mill French Cassimeres; 6-4 Bl'k Doeskin Cassimeres; Plain Blue and Black d'ble English Cassimere New fLxlicl& Beautiful fig'd Velvet Vesting; " : Elegant lot Beady-Made Shirts and Shirt Collars; Ready Made Linen Shirt Bosoms; Gentleman's Nett Under Shirts and Drawers; Plain and Ribbed Silk Shirts and Drawers; : Ladies' Nett Wool and Merino Vests. House Furnishing Goods. Table Damask every variety; Linen Ton els, Napkins and Huckaback Diape rs; Carpets and Curtain Goods. We have on aand i very heavy Stock of Carpets the best makes, 8-ply and 2-p y Carpets, 5f Tapestry land Vel vet Carpets, some beautiful in Velvet and Tapestry, fine Velvet Ruggs, most elegant styles; Parlor Mais of all kinds; Worstedm as k all colors: Satin De Lanes fig'd and Striped in new styles; elegant Lace and Muslin Cur T7ml.M fnalln in ft,. .n T;- UlUO, 4U4IU U 4I4U4UU IU U4B fJICVO. WU4 444VC4), 4440, 4444U Bands of most beautiful styles, Gimps, Loops and, another trimmings to match. Those having small rooms to cover can be supplied with remnants of Carpets at very, reduced rjrices. A very large stock of fine Bed Blankets and Arc tic Travelling Blankets and Shawls of all kinds, Negro in ii - r.it nr..Mct..i: a J jj. Uiotiung ut uii juuus; it ..gun oucoiiuK, o yarus wiuu. A. O. A A. B. BEECH, scpt25 tf 49 College street. Nashville. NASHVILLE BELL AND BBASS FOUNDRY, No 17& South Front Street, NASHVILLE, Tenn a t nnnir nnriirnl Bell an d Brass Founder. succeS' jt.t sorto Wefler A Cook, is prepared to lmnuiacturj to or er. Bells for Churches, steamboats ana riauwiua Also, 8team Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Gi i Fountain and Stop Cocks.Hose and bait wellJoim i i un Mouuting, Anti-Friction MetaL All worfcmadebvmewilhneatnessanddispi - , of the best material, at low prices, and warranted. i anl 8 ly T. C BUBGI. 0. C. ALLkff. BURGE & ALLEN, (Successors to T. O. Burge & Co.,) Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, And Dealers in Brandies, Cigars, Tobacco, dc CORNER OF COLLEGE AND SPRING STREETS, NashviUe, Ternv WE are just in receipt of the following Groceries: 200 hhds prime to choice Sugar; 150 barrels reboiled Molasses; 100 K do do 200 Loaf, Crushed, and Powdered Sugar, 800 bags Rio Cofiee; 25 bags Old Gov. Java CofTee; 50 bag8Laguyra do 75 barrels Mackerel, Nos, 2 and S; 50 4 barrels do do do i 75 boies Scotch Herring; i 8 Tierces Figs; , 100 boxes Raisins, assorted ; 150 Painted Buckets; j 25 Nests Tubs; 1 150 box Tobacco, assorted brands; ' 200,000 assorted brands of Cigars; ! 600 kegs of Nails; 800 Demijohns; 600 gro. Matches; 25 bags SS Almonds; : 25 bags Pepper; 20 bags Spice; 8 ca'iks Dutch Madder; 5 Ceroonsbest Indigo; 25 boxes fine Starch; 56 do bargoap; 100 do Star Candles; 60 do Tallow Candles; 100 do Cheese assorted kinds; LIQUORS. 600 barrels Pike nnd Willshiro Whisky; CO barrels Robertson county do 100 barrels Bye, Bourbon and Smith Reserve Whisky, With a general Stock of Brandies, Wines, Gin, Ac.,tb- . i ' .i- i r I .tt.',. xr .: rt, I gemcr Wltu a buvyij tit ajjuvui.u nauic uuuivvua Brandy and sparkling wine, marll. 66. BURGE & ALLEN. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. TTTE are in receipt of an extra brand of family Flour, VV which we are selling low. septlS BURGE A ALLEN. r(EDAR BUCKETS. 100 dozen Cedar Buckets, J manufactured at Murlreenboro, lor sale by septlS BURGE A ALLEN. Oi iCj Cotton, of the best make, for sale. septlS BURGE & ALLEN. FINE CHEWING TOBACCO. 100 BOXES of Langhnrne A Armstead s celebra' ted Chewing Tobacco for sale by us. BURGE A ALLEN. septia Fresh Arrivals OF GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. 100 hhds N. O. Sugar, 60 bxs. pint A K pintFIask 85 bbls Powd Loaf Sugar; 200 Demijohns, assorted; 60 bag Lag. CofTee; 225 bags Rio Coffee; 75 bxs A bxs Star Can 75 bbls Molasses; dies! 75V" do; 25 bxs Sterine and Tallow 60 bxs spie'd and fresh Oys- Candles; ters; 40 bxs. Langhorn A Armis-10 bxs Ana Rice, very fine; tead's Tobacco; 25 bxs Kentucky Tobacco; 75 bxs. prime Western Re- 25 bbls No 2 A 8 Mackerel; serve Cheese; 60 kits: 75 casks English Soda. 60 bxs Soap; 50 " Raisins, 25K'" do; 100 kegs pure White Lead; 25 bxs Ink; 20 bags Ginger; 75 dox. Painted Buckets; 1 cask Madder; 7 bbls Alum; 10 bags Allspice; 200,000 Havana Cigars, va rious Brands; 60,000 Melee do; 1,000 bags assorted Shot, 1,500 lbs Bar Lead; 150,000 G.D.Per'n Caps; 8 cases Indigo; 10 bbls Brimstone; 10 bbls Crackers; 25 bags Pepper; 50 coils cottou Cord; 100 " Cotton Tarns; no .Hemp ao; 60 bxs 8X10 A 10X12 Glass; 50 bxs gal A K gal bottles: 0 bxs quart Flasks; IRONS AND CASTINGS. 100 tons Rol'd IroB, war"ted; 25 tons ass 'd Castings; 80 " Bell's Uam'd Iron, 60 sets assortad Axes 800 ham'd Plough M'lds; 500 " Wagon Boxes; 4000 lbs. A. B. Steel; 5000 lbs. Cast Steel; 2500 " E.B. Steel. 190 " Crawley Steel; 1500 " SpringSteel. LIQUORS, (UiruKlBU,) 10 baskets Champagne Win;; 10 bbls. Old Port Wine; 2 casks Sherry do. 15 bbls pure Sweet Malaga Wine; 2 casks A. Signette Brandy; 1 pipe pure Holland Gin, Lagle brands; 1 pnncheen pure Irish Whisky; LIQUORS, (AMERICAN.) 800 bbls Whisky, Ohio, various brands; 100 " Pike's Monongahela, do; 95 " Smith's Reserve, do; 50 " Monongahela Rye; do; 10 " Gin; 40 " Brandy; 5 " Old Monongahela Whiskey, very fine; 25 " Ale, Schultz and Walker's brands; All of the above will be sbld verv low at our old stand. corner of Broad and College Streets, by taniu M'CKEA A TERKASS. BLACK TEA. Two cases the finest ever brought to this market, for sale low by sept7 M UKKA A TERR4.S3. "f fin Ba3 Smith A Beden's Extra Family flour, just AUU received and for sale by JU1NX, UXKiNfcSnUliiOl, e!9 tf Broadway GROCERIES? JO. EDWARDS, WHOLESALE GROCER, COMMISSION AND rOJ.WiJ.DIHB MEBCHANT, DSAUS IN BRANDIES. WINES.CIGABS. AC. Corner of Spring and College Streets, XlSTmmt, TI3XBSSS. GROCERIES. OA A HHDS. prime to choioe Sugar: JAjxJ 100 bbls D. R. Crushed dee . 25 " " Powered do; 20 bzs " Loaf do; 100 bis Reboiled Molasses; 100 half bbls do do; ' 200 bags prime Rio Coffee; 100 Laguyra do; , 40 " old Java Coffee: 50 bbls and half bbls Mackerel; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do; 20 bags Pepper; . 20 do, Spice; , . 20 do Ginger; 25 bags S IS Almonds; 10 do FWberts; 10 do English Walnuts; 100 whole, half and quarter bxs Raisins; 20 cases Sardines; 200 whole, half and quarter boxes Star Candles; 200 boxes Glassware: 200 boxes Virginia Tobacco; 1000 kegs Nails, Brads and Spikes assorted; 250 bbls Cincinnati Rectified Whisky; 50 " OldBourben do; 60 " " Mononghahala do; 25 " " Rye do; 60 "Amencan Brandy; 10 N. E. Rum. Also a large Stock of fine Cigars, Brandies, Wines, Ao. jusireceivcaana :or saie py JU. iUWAKUS. may 11, laONGHURST & CO., Wholesale anil Retail Confectioners, NO. 45 UNION STREET. HAVE on hand a very choice assortment of Candies of all kinds. Cakes, Nnts, Preserves,. Pickles Catsups, Sardin'es,Brandj Fruits.'Pi'e Fruits, Pine Apples, Oranges, Apples, and every thing of the kind usually kept in Conv fectionaries. " They also deal in WINES and LIQUORS, All, Cigaes o'nd Tobacco, of the very best brands; Their Dakery is one of the best in the Wostern country; and they are prepared to furnish fresh Light Bread and Crackers of the best quality at the lowest prices.. PARTIES, WEDDINGS, BALLS, &c., Furnished by them on the shortest notice, with Cakes, Confactionaries, Ac, Ac, in the highest style of the art. Mri Longhnrst, who has charsre of the Manufacturing Department, has received several Diplomas in New York, for the best articles in his line, exhibited at State -Fairs, and is one of the most skillful Confectioners in the coun try. d23. SELF-VENTILATING REFRIGERATORS I FRUIT PRESERVERS I J. IIOYLE & CO., NO., 43 FRONT STREET. TTAV1NG become Proprietors of the Potent for this JLL State of SCHOOLEYS CELEBRATED SELF-VENTILATING, MEAT, PROVISION, AND FRUIT PRE. SERVER, now offer them to the Nashville cubLici This article is bound to snoercede everything of.tha kind in use, its great sdvantagesbeing too strongly apparent to be doubted. By means of the ventilation, the preserving chamber is warranted to be always dry and entirely free from mould, must or impure Savor, with a current of cold dry'air passing through it continually all accomplished with the usual quantity of ice. Every house keeper should give this article a trial, and 'nn nna will mneant tn lu. .ithnnt i We hare difierentsizest o suit our customers. splO tf J. DOYLE A CO. S. EOIXI, New York. TBKD'Z COUIX. Cincinnati BOYLE & CO., IJUJf U1H JblCS Of , FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES; BONDED WAREHOUSE, No. 4, Comkiecul Stbext. Distillers of Alcohol Cologne and Neutral Spirits, and all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS. Also, dealers in Old Bourborn, Rye and MonoBgahela Whiskies. Nos 65, 57 and 69 Second Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO, T IQUORS AND WINES IN UNITED JU STATES BONDED WAREHOUSE. Through our Jlr S 8 Boyle, of N. York city, we have made extensive ar rangements for the the importation of Foreign Liquors and Wines. We have just received a large supply, to which we invite the attention of the trade. Our facilities are such as to enable us to sell at low prices. BOYLE A CO., tusr29 ly Nos 65, 57 and 59 Second st., Cin O. jLYOMS & Co., IMP0BTXB3 OF A.VD WHOLXSAU DIALERS IK Havana Cigars, Tobacco, ASP ALL EECD3 OP Foreign "Wines, Liqnors, etc, No.. 19 CEDAR St., NJLSHVILLE, TENNESSEE. TO THE PUBLIC. WE have now on handand are constantly receiving a new ond well assorted stock of HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO, FOREIGN WINES AND LIQUORS. Which we are offering to the trade at prices much lower than they can be bad from any other house in the city. Our stock consists of tho finest brands of Havana Ciqaes now in the market ; Bbaxdics, which for flavor cannot be surpassed, ana imported by ourselves direct through the Custom House to this city; Susbbt, Pobt and juaoesia wixss; warrantea pure ana 01 tne Degi qualities, ,wilh a full assortment of Whiskejs, St. Crcix and Ja maica Rum, Holland Gin, and all other kinds. X3T" To Country Merchants we offer the best induce ments to purchase from us; our stock is large and always new. 10 prompt customers, cistern time win De given; to casn Duyers we give every aavauioge. jh oraera oy lei ter or otherwise will always meet witn prompt attention Aii una & uu., jy 22 19 Cedar St CHAMPAGNE WINE. "VTTE hive now on hand- VV 100 baskets Canceaux and Fils, quarts and pints. 00 " i-eietrara sc uo, " " ' The above two Wines are unsurpassed in flavor and are now used throughout the Union more than any other Wine, We have been appointed by the Manufacturers, solo Agents ior mc houm. Also, 25 basket) Gorden Royal, quarts end pints. SO " Heid3eickACo. " " For sale at reduced prices by LYONS A CO., jy22 19 Cedar st BITTERS. TXTE are also Agents lor Mills, Uostetter A Dr Greens' Vv Aromaticatomacn Hitters, luo boxes assorted, now inBtore. liiu.ttuu jy22 19 Cedar st. SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. WE have just recened cniwixo TOBACCOS. SKOKIXn TOBACCOS. 50 bales Pocahontas ; 60 boxes " 25 bbls cut and dry; 80 gross " " Assorted in papers. 10 boxes Natural Ieat; 10 Yellow Jacket; 25 6 5 25 U. w.smim's Wedding Cake; Honey Shuct; Assorted brands ; all of which we warrant of the best qualities. LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar St. jysa PRINCIPE CIGARS. C) f Genuine, just received, and import. ai J . J U J ed expressly for this market, by LYONS A CO., jy22 19 Cedar St. TO A It RIVE. WE are daily expecting 11 large lot of the celebrated Pan-Cake and Rough and Ready Chewing Tobac co. Also, 10,000 Mcouana Jxindres Cigars, and 20, 000 other brands of the finest qualities and flavor. Jy22 I.YUNS A CU., 19, Cedar St. SUNDRIES. WE always have a full supply of Fancy Articles, usually kept in our line, consisting of Liquor Flasks, Walking Canes, Cigar Cases, 8nufF Boxes, Cigsr Lighters, Wax Matches and a splendid assortment of Meerchaum, Powhattan, Enamel, Glazed and other Pipes, with a large variety of other Goods. LYONS A CO., j Villi ucoar el. A POSITIVE CURE. WHAT is the use of paying doctors bills when you can pet go easily cured of Dtarrhcaa, Dysentery. Cholera and all of the other Summer bowel complaints now so prevalent, oy U3ing Lyons' Cboliba Mxoicatzd Bbaicbt, which is warranted a sure and speedy cure and preventive, never having failed in any single instance, which can be proved by the many' certificates of well known citizens, to be seen at our store, and by giving it a far trial. For sale by the bottle or dozen at tbe Sole Agency end Proprietors in the United States. Vrtrt T vnvo ft. nn in 3 4 JJZZ 44 i. V4 . o O. l a VTCUUi Ok. By Express. WE are just in receipt oi a fresh supply of the cele brated PAN-CAKE. LYONS' TWIST, and FLAT CHEWING TOBACCOS, manufactured especially for us out of the very finest Tobacco, and is superior to any ever brought to this city. Give it a trial. septa liiuao s uu, ao. iv ueaarst. Pianos, Pianos. WE have received Fourteen more ecwPi-jggarrr ano-Fortes from these unrivalled ma-snpP kers,.Light, Newton A Bradbury, and HainesV 0 V U U Bro's, wnich makes our stock very large and desiraable. We would be pleased to have these instruments exmined bv all. whether they desire to Durcbase or not, Every Pi ano sold by us shall be warranted to give satisfaction in every respect may 7 WAR FREEMAN. ill A M JU O T II LIVERY STABLE. I HAVE taken, and will hereafter keep tbe MAMMOTH LIVERY STABLE, on Market street, heretofore kept by Noel A Blakemore. Horses and Carriages furnished at aU hours, and at reasonable prices. Boarding" horses taken on reasonable terms. JESSE J. EVERETT. Nashville. May 25, 1856 ly. " TELEGRAPH. THE Augusta, Atlanta and Nashville Telegraph Line is now working through to Augusta, Ga., where it con nects with other Lines running North, East and South. This Line is now in good repair through from Nashville to Augusta and we expect to keep it so in future. We shall endeavor to put all business, for this Line, through in the8hortestt.mepo3s.ble.snd expect to be able to give general satisfaction. mayl6-tf C, CLUTE, Bup't VJiJEALER. IN: M1DIC1NES, DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS flll.fi VAHfflSHKS. fl W-HTUVW WINDOW GLASS, .GLASS WAREvBTONE WARE. Printing, Writing nnd Indelible Inks.'ajl sorteVl. TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, AcidsSpIces. " - ' T " J-4 -4, J rnnnr rct.iQq nr.ica urinu Brnim -rri . Sperm Oil TANNER'S OIL, 495 Gallons. PIPES. MARBLES. COMBS, PERCUSSION CAPS. SURGICAL, DENTAL, SURVEYING, Wrowinar and J'octet Instrument, assorted. Fine Cutlery, Pis lolg, Cnnes, Ac ELECTRIC Machines, Medicine Chtst, Medical Saddle Bags, Gamt Bagi, Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Ultro Abdominal Supporters, to bo sold at the lowest prices by T. WELLS, At the MAN AND MORTAR, on Market, opposite Union street, Nashville. AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. A popular remedy for diseases of the Kidneys, LON DON PORTER in quart bottles, SARATOGA CONGRESS SPRING WATER. SARSAPARILLA EXTRACTS. BULL'S. Qui sott'i. Carpenter" t. Shi a . fresh fluid Extracts of Sar- saparillo. OUININE, Morphia, Chloroform, Strichnlne, Hyd. Potasfae, Iodine, Nitrate Silver, Select Powders of Opium, Ipccacuanna, Calocynth. Rhubarb, Scamony, May Apple, Bayberry, Golden Seal. Ac. Received by oct!8 T. WELLS, Market street. ( OLD LEAF, Gold Foil, Silver Leaf, Red, Yellow JC and White Bronxes. BRUSHES. Hair, Tooth, Nail, Hat, Cloth, Pafnt, Dusting, Sweeping, Scrubbing, Poona, Stencil, Horse, Comb, Shoe, Stopping aud Varnish Brushes. VARNISHES. Furniture, Coach, Demar, Brown and Black Japan, Iron, Leather, Instrument, Yarn ishes. L4VCKING. to gross fresh Paste Blacking. Fr gale low by T. WELLS. TTA1II DYES. Batchelor's black, Kousseii'a Jio" hemian and Italian Hair Dyes. HAIR OILS, Pomatums, Colognes, iSAating Cream, Extracts, Preparations for the Teeth, Ac, in variety. CHURLS for Pains, Brniscs, RhcumaUsms, J kc-Aerve and Bone, .Mustang, Sloan's, Arabian and Oardner's LINIMENTS, Davis' Pain Killer, Celestial Balm, PLASTER PARIS. rpWENTY-FIVE BBLS. best calcined and ground JL Platter Pant, at the lowest prices, by SllSll T.WELLS, Sign, Mis axdMobtab, on Market street, opposite Un- ion street, Mthville. GOLD J-OIT.: A LARGE supply of Gold Foil from tho best Manufacturers. " Ju it received and for (ale by novo blKElUH tc rECK. - imi;k I'liii'iii'tiu A NEW and" valuable preparation far'the skin, Just re ceived and for tale by STKETCH Ac PECK. PURE PORT WINE. ONE cask Pure Port Wine, expressly for Medicinal pur poses, just received and for sale by noT9 SrRETCH & PECK. DENTAL 31 ATKIt I A I.K. JUST received by Express a large stock of Dental' In struments, which Dentists are requested to examine u. mo irug oiore oi me nnaersi gned : Splitting and Excising Foi cess ; Silter and Pearl Mouth Mirrors ; Separating "Files; Molar and Bicnsbids do; . ;. t. Buns and Drills; ;' H u Scalors and Pluggere; Impression Cups; Bsnch "Vices; " Blow Pipes; Plate Shears; Punch Forceps ; Teeth Holders; Grinding Apparatus ; Corrundrum Wheel8and FiIm? Anvils, Elevaters, Burnisher, Ac. For sale at a u44.ii auvtwee upon cafiiern cost uy ot9 STRETCH & PECK. SURGIHAI. ISSTRItlUKMYC. TUST received a good supply of tbe above Instruments, New Styles Pocket Instruments ; Physician's do Case of Vials; Objetrical Instruments ; Dissecting ' do Cupping do Tonsil; Scarificators; Speculums of all kinds; Silyer Cathelers of all kinds' ; Porle Caustic: Prbbangs; Flexible Metalis Bougies; Lancet of all kinds; Trepanning Instruments; AmpatatiDr do Ey 1.0 ; all of which will be sold at a srnau aavance upon bastern cost bv STRETCH Jt 4ECK. nov9 Corner of College and Union streets. e Dcmoville & Bell. IS, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARIES. no. 26 Cherry strett. 2 doors from corner Pinion KEEP constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Genuine Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Spices, Perfumery, Ac, which we will sell at the lowest prices for Cash, or to punctual dealers on the nannl timo We hope by close attention to business to receire a con. unuea snare 01 puonc patronage Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded at all iiuuiBui iuo uuy or Ulgliu IOCt4 y ajl. isUUA.. One cast of Sal Sodj received and lor KJ sale oy DEMOVILLE A BELL. OUJjl'II. UUlNINE.Arc. Su Dh Oninine Snlnh O Cinchona, sulph Qiinidin, Ac., received and for sale oj IOCI4J UEilOYlLLE A BELL T7-OoD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. Another T T supply oi wood's Hair Uentorative. all sizes, re- ceivea ana ior Bale Dy UiillOVILLK A BELU "POCKET KNIVES A fine assortment of Pocket JL ivnires, received and for sale by oc(4 DEMOVILLE A BELL. T3KIJSIIES, CO.UBS, Arc. Fine Hair Brushes, ju nun urusnes, uiotnes crusnes, iiressing and tine .tvum vajuius, receirea aua ior saie oy ocU DEMOVILLE A BELL. Tj)ERFUitlERV and Fancy Articles. Coloenes. Ez X tracts for the Handkerchiefs. Pomatums. lUir Oils. ,o&pa, 4xc, ior saie oy 4J , C 1 I ' ci UtMUVIl4l4K & JlKI.L WHni.RSAr.PiwnppTAii m iV i l, LOTUS' and GlieniiCal StOrC w ? NO. 19, SOUTH SIDE PU11LIC SQUARE, ' ilASUi 1U.K, IE3S. JAMES KIEXAX. T. B. SAINS. KERN AN & RAINS. rpHE undersigned, having removed to Nashville, and as JL sociated thencselves for the purpose of conducting a Wholesale and Retail Drutr Business, have recently orn-n. ed at the noted stand formerly occupied by Plummer A uo., a targe ana complete stock oi iresn genuine Staple Drugs, pure and unadulterated Family Medicines, choice reriuijery, rancy Articles, ac., -sc., all oi whicb, guaran teeing tho purity and genuineness of every article, they wiltsell at the very lowest market price for cash or on the usual time to punctual dealers. They an determined to send out nn article of medirina about which there can beany doubt whatever with refer ence to its purity. 'iney respectlully solicit a share or the Prescriptions of .41c x iive.v:i444i3 ui iue ciiv. Aiiis aeDarimeni 01 tneir niui. ness will be under the supervision of cbmpeteut chemists. They trust that their rigid attention and fidciity to the interest of those who may tivor them with their natron. age, will merit the approbation of their patrons and en- ouic buutEM tu uieir ueweuterpnse. janei. tvKItiNA.X A RAINS, JUSTjaRRIED. -f O DOZ. BALM OF THOUSAND FLOW. J.O ERS just received by ExDres direct from the nm. yueuiiB. i-ur attic it. ov team per ooitie may4 J G.BROWN. 43 College street ii'AauAiviji lAuniibi A large stock selected by J? one of the firm, consisting of Genuine Limerick Hooks. Dlain and on Snorida: nlsn. Ahuntepn flmioin. leen, and Common Limerick Hooks; a splendid assortment . I : n.t.,- t .ii 3 r, . . -, ...... ui iuut, vnuio xmiu oiia ana sea uraes, spun ana riatea Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floata of every variety; Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac., Ao. In short, can supply those who can appreciate fine Tackle wiia almost every mine tney may need tor the succe3slul yiuoctu.iuu ui uiis uaeiui caiuug. jea JU. U. HilOWN, 43 College st IOD-LIVER OIL. 5 Gro. genuine Cod Uver Oil, j jusireceivea irom itusuton,tjiark a uo s,oy jea JO. O.BKUWN,43U0lICgest. T EECHES. 1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand aad for mVJ sale by JU. u. hi.uv.ji, ts uouege st. "DURE M.ANONGAHELA WHISKY. 6 bbls , JL of the above just received, of prime quality ; sold to us ior six years old. je9 JO. G. BROWN, 43 College st. O TONE WARE. 2,500 pieces Stone Ware, constst- KJ ingot Jars, Uhurns, Jugs, iiiik I'ans, nutier u roc is Ac. of every size, just received. je9 JO. Q. BROWN. 43 College st. PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE. Constantly on hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co-'s celebrated London rorterand Mera s scotcn Aie. je9 JO. Q. BROWN, 43 College st EARL STARCH. 25 boxes ofo very superior article of Starch, just received by je9 JO.Q BROWN, 48 College st McCLURE, JiUCK & CO., ' (Successors to the late firm of Maxey, McClare A Ca) TIN, PLATE At SHEET IRON WORKERS, AT their old stand, No. 25 Market street, Nashville, Tenn.. keen constanllr on hand Tin Wn nl mr discription wholesale and rlail. Also, Tin Plate, Sheet Copper, Block Tin, Sheet Iron, Sad lronr Fairbauk's Platform Scales of tbe most improved patterns. Wood and Coal Stoves, consisting of Franklin's Ten Plate, Seven Plate, Box and Cy lender Stoves. Also, Parlor, Chamber and Office Grates. To all of which they would respectfully call tbe attention of those wishing to. purchase. septlj 8m, EEMEOIES for Colds, Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, Ac. Autr't, Wistar's, "William's, JIatt. xngs, Jayne's Balsams of Wild Cherry, Tar, Wood Naptha, Ac Cocca Candiss, Stedp, Pcluosib Wafsesj RMrmom)sr&cr Nashville Express Ma'il Line, VOR JMFJHPniSr N. ORLEANS. & THE SOUTHI uan jiu ao jatiitraia. Through in 3G Hours-! 85 and 15 11 on is Saved! GONNECTING at Memphis with Steamers for New Or leans and the South. The cheapest, best and quickest route by Tennostee and Alabama Railroad to Spring Hill, connection by Staged with ta Memphis and Charleston Railroad at Corinth, direct for 4UCLO pHlS. Leave. Nashville SUNDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and FBI DATs at' 830, A. M. r parucuiars, see email diiis. iroulnTlctetJ, ih li,,ii r .nnlwa fh. r....nl 4?,anA 1, . . Verandah Hotel. CABTB, THOMAS. HOD Gil dc CO. J- Ej MEKHIAM, Agent. novl4 2m. TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD OPEN TO BROAD STREET. O a8tollowi-MOndrSpt" lst'1S56' TraiM Urna GOISO SOUTH. r-o.4.w..K ii ,UailndPass. Freight and Pass. e.TTflJeal . S0..- 8:i5,p.. -arrive at Thompson s 8 JO, 515 m GOING NORTH. " ' Leave Thompson a at 9.00, a. . 5.30 P y Arnve at i ash villa 10JO " 715 u Passengers from Nashville by the Morning Train break last at r ranklin. The StacesofCarter.Thomaa A Hough connect with the Trains at Thompson's. Through Tickets to Memphis, Waynesboro', Jaekson. Tojcumbia, Florence, Columbia, and Pulaski, can be pro cured at tbe General Stage Office under the Verandah Be el. A. ANDERSON, angSO tf R. Eng. and SupV NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAILKOAD- ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS TO take effect on and after SATURDAY, 21st of June, 1856. Day Passenger leaves Nashville at 9.05, A, M arrives at Chattanooga at C.05, P.M. Night Paasingjr leaves Nashville at 6, P. M., arrives at Chattanooga at 5), A. M. .??7i?!2??eQ?eres,Phal,anoaat 6'A- "Tires atiashville at 2.40, P. M. Night Passenger leaves Chattanooga at 9.15. P. M- or rives at Nashville at 8.45, A. M. une21. H. I. ANDERSOU, fcfnp't. lYASHVlLLE AND CHATTANOOGA SPECIAL AV2ICE TO SHIPPERS VIA SA VASSAL! A S .the Nashville aad Chattanooea Railroad Rnmmn. Xk has notified and reminded the Central Railroad Com pany or Georgia, of their Summer Rate, and it does not seem to have been noticed or recognised in the hand bills of that Company recently distributed in onr city, we take this method of informing the Merchants and Shippers by that line, that the rate will be SI 25 ner ion llnn i.t m... Goods,and not ?1 25, as the hand bills represent 1 25 U the average through rate on First Class Goods from the Seaboard to Nashville, but is subjected to tho 10 cents ad ditional in the Sumnaer and a deduction oi 10 cents per 100 lbs. in the Winter, which make the rate as per our advertisement 1 85 from June to December, and $1 15 huui 4nuuucc luduuo. Al. A. AilJJbKSON . iuno 21 Superintendent NAHV1LLE AND CHATTMOOGA Rates of Freisht on Prodnro tn CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH, FIRST DAY OF JUNE NEXT. AT a recent meeting of President and Superintendents of the various Roads connecting Nashville with Charleston and Savanah, the following rates of Freight tram n A rrt aA FIRST CLASS. Feathers, Wool, Flour in Sacks and Books, per 100 11 40 Beeswax, Ginseng, Pink Root, Cotton. Rope and Batrcnnir. Heme Star Candlax. Smn T.r,i ijiuseeu uuuna tt inaow uiass, per 100 fl 00 , , , AJAAKU UAjASS. Leaf Tobacco in hhds, per 100 go Whisky, per barrel " m qq Beef and Pork, per barrel 2 50 Flour, per bbl 140 Brooms, in lot of 60 dozen and npwaids. 1 00 ao prcvemovercnanres tne Atrentof th v n t?:i. road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation of In. nrtl.Tea ,K.m nt 41,.. -1- , . .....4. w-, ... ,44o 4u4ea us Bpeciuea, until lurther II. I. ANDERSON, mayl " Superintendent . OTICK TO CONSIGNEES. Aik4iiiorun.iAiiu. utMUE, JJ. A o.R. R. NAJUVILI.E- Sentrmhsi lim f rpHE Draymen of Nashville JL ceiving goods at the Depot. Consignees will hereafter -,T , r 01 meir goods andtornished with abilloftreieLtdusonsame. Anvnn nrpunhn k. tice and paying the bill will be recognized as the autho- "''' ""J v-unsignee. xne responsibility of the r a ""y oi inegooas,snd claims ,. . 4, , .44.nviW B44Cf UP Uvery unless by consent It being the duty or the agent tO bare 1U hlS possession eVldeCCCSof deliren-. onn.; r. ""." uiimagea win not oe allowed after de- or their agents will be required to reeeint r.r li .,.,-1. as delivered. Notices lor all consignees whose place of hlitinp2 nt- rai4a,i.4 ;u nn L- -. . , ' , . d i .,r """" uuwu, win oe sent to tbe j-' 44414. c uunce is not to eiye Consignees any unnecessary trouble, or compel draymen to assume responsibilities that do not legitimately belonir to their business,but simply to define tbe position of the "-" 444civ4iiuij iiu.i uraymen to make their own 441 444 4.Ht;444;4l4J. ljpUO " llj W. A. SQTew HASDWiiES HOUSE. fi 44. SHARPE-S Rifles. jpjj'' r S, Double and Single Jt&dr x ShotGans, from t3 ,Wy to 1200 each, Pock. 'irmwS. - it3 tt and Tahln flnf. lery, Razors, Scis sors, and Shears, Axes, Nails, and . tbains, Hots, Hin ges, and riles. SSi ALSO, A general assort ment ot Edge Tools, House Building and House rnrnismcg 1 wA It4m T,4 W TY 4tt f4t JL4M S4 n ilta A SM AAA VI 0 Utensils, Ac We respectfully solicit all Merchants visit- inz the city to a carelui examination oi stock ana prices. OC112 tl UtAUllU."HT, VAr.l4lfc.KS UU. NASHVILLE STEAM STONE SAW WORKS. Walnut Grove, jei-fekson street. QAMUEL HASLAM, having made important additions t0 h'5 machinery, and greatly increased his facilities I tor manufacturing Moneol every description, is equal in point of finish and durability to any made in the city, and at as low prices, and giving his personal attention to the setting of tbe work, he feels confident that be cin give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their orders, such as Setting Stone Front to Houses, to Sill, to Fencing tn bteps, to Hiring cornice, to .Large Landing, to baw Flagging, to Rush Hammered Flagging, to Curbing, to Cuping, to Chimney Top, and all the branches of Stone iraiting, ior casa. saiiucu iiasuau. WISH to hire six negroes for the balance of the year , may23 ly SAMUEL HASLAM. CITY PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT At tbe Corner of SPRING AND MARKET STREETS. H. l. COOPER XXTOULD tender his services to the citizens of Naab VV villein the above business. and Unow prepared to nut unin the most satisfactory mannerShower. Hot and Cold Baths, Water Closets, Pumps and Lead Pipes of all descriptions. Hydrants wiu nepui up ana repairea ia au pur. ui mo terms janlfi ly TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKER. HENRY A. COOPER TT A VIXfJ nurehaxed the interest ot .sir. John 11. i II ler. in the lite firm of Cooper and Spitler. is prepar ed to do all kind of work in tbe above business, and takes this oDoortunitv to return thanks to their numerous patrons for past favors and sol els a continuance of their patronage. UWng master Ol Ul u'laiutaa ucrau pruuiuie iius cuaio. raen that all work done by him will at least be equal to any other house in the city, and fully as cheap a fact known by all persons who know what good work is. He wonld call tbe attention of the public to his superior mode of outtiLg on Tin Hoof and all other job-work, being a practical mechanic be is sure that he will please. His stock ot Tin Ware and Stores arc good. Call and see. aug23 im. NEW AIIR1VAL OF BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS. VALISES, CARPET BAGS, AC. PORJALL AND WINTER TRADE, AT C. 15. Hall's, .iVO.lS. PVBLW SQUARE. "lOSfa.STlXC In Wirt as follows, viz : J fMiperlne Kng. Kid Slippers; 4. .4 wdiii nin anu obuq slippers; niaek Satin slippers; " Kid Bootees, this and thick soles; " Black Lasting Slippers and Buskins; i Velvet " " Lait'gCoogres Gaiters with & without heels; i 44 uaiters,siaeana irct uce; ' float sewed and pegged Bootees; Misers " " ' " " fine Kid Bootees and Slippers; " lilaek Lasting Oalters; ChiWron' " , . , " KiJ and float Bootees thick and thin soles; " " Ancle Ties; .ervanU' CaU and Goat IJootees. aUarge assortment; Gents fine Calf Single and Doable Sole Boot; 4i ii ,i Oxford Ties; u Monterey Ties; " Patent Leather Shoes; Hots' fine Cal Boots, &c., &c. TRUNKS, TRUCKS, TRUNKS. .i..a:a ...rtnirrit of I roo Frame Bole Leather Trav- .m.r Tallies. Eoanrt Trunks, Velvet and Brus- selr Carpet Harr, lli uiom inreiiii5iis-,4.,4i..,.ii u. which are offered at low prices for casa. rimall proflu and " ' . . 4 1 1 t, ... .4, -qnletsateiinaeTnotto. Give ns a call. . seplT tf C-B HALL. 13 Public Square. WANTED A N active lad, about 12 or 15 years oi age. XXOCllA R. H. BROOKWAY A CO, COPPER W&RE. McBride, COPPER, TUT & SHEET IKONTTORKER, AO. 7, DBOAO STBHT, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THAVE thk day purchased the interest of Mr. Henry MrHulin bi the above business, and hereby tender nr sincere t&isis to' all my old friends and potroas for their liberality beretofere extended to the firm, aad would most respectfully solicit a continuance of farora teem them, and vieh tn (tviriin, .11 ths world and the res: oi menHul" that I have on hand and fcr safe at splead .d lot cf COOIONR STOVES,! of various patterns. Parlor Stoves for wood and eoa common and &scy Grates, Box Stoves fir churches, Hol low Ware of every variety on hand or mudo to order. For nacea and Foot Store, entirely new Dal Unit. Tin Wars of every description, suitable for bouse keeping. I am prepared to do all kinds ot Job Work, such as Hosse G uttering. Roofing, ct any other brafiea pertainiag to that line. STEAMBOAT AND FURNACE WORK. Mv old friends of the River will find It to their advantage to call and give me ahetrjj before bargaining elsewhere for work. . ALSO, for sale, one pair, second-hand ENGINES, cylin der 11 inches diameter and four feet stroke with water shaft oad other fixtures, suitable for a light draught steamer, which can be bought on reasonable terms. June 14. Je25 BELL AND BRASS FO UNDER Y, On Front , near B road S t THE subscriber respectfully returns his thsaks to the public for post fa vers, and so- ireits coauuuaucB ui paixonsge in ut 'above lire, also COPPER-AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING: Together with every description of Metal; Turnings, Me talic Packings, Balbit Metal and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and rumps every description manufactured to order, or repaired at shorj notice. CashwiUbepaid ataUtlmes for old Copper and Brass Jan25-tf B. COLE. iG HUMBUG. THE undersigned hare purchased the Patent right of C. H. Williams DOUBLE ACTING BALL VALVE Force and Lift Pamp, for the States of Tennesse, North Carolina, South Cacoli na, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Missiuippi and Louisiana. We hare tested the Pump in all its recommended uses for ordinary purposes in wells, and as fire engines; and hesi tate not to say that it is superior to any pamp sow in use. It is simple and pliin in its construction; can be taken to pieces or pat together by any ordinary man, black or white, in half a minute. Ther is not a screw or boltabcut the pump; there is the least imaginable friction hence its durability. It is almost impossible for it to get out of fix by usage. When used fora well or cistern it can be converted into a lire Engine in one minute, and by one man water can be thrown over the tallest houses in the country. It is invalu able asa Fire Engiae, and especially Ja the country and country towns. It is equally well adopted to all machinery. Railroad Tanks, Ac., and will, when known, supersede all other pumps. It can be used for either hot or cold water. Having fully satisfied ourselves as to the capacity, value and utility ot the pamp, we ore ready to make sales of the above territory by counties or States (except the Western District of this Stale, which has been soIcL) We confident ly recommend the Pump to the citizens of the States men tioned The Pumps are cheap, and therefore within tbe reach of every family. XT AddrestPORTERA BRIEN.Nashvill.Tenn. BEES W. PORTER, apr25 tf JOHN a BBIEN. Removal SINCE the fire, BEASLY A RUTH hare reopened thou PAINT SHOP on Cherry St, immediately opposite the Delivery Box of the Post Office. They are again fully prepared to execute all orders for Painting-. Papering and to perform all kinds of imitation of Wood and Marble in the highest style of art BEASLY A RUTH. yj27 5m FOR SALE. I DESIRE to change my business and row offer my stock of Family Groceries forsale. Any person wish ing to go into that business will find it to their advantage to call and see me. The stand is a good one. and any per son will do well to take tbe stand and groceries. All persons indebted to me must call and pay up, or I will be forced to collect by law. ept!7 J. M. HAWKINS, Agfct MR. B."H. COOKE, HAVING taken an interest in our business, we will not hereafter hold any regular Auction Sales. The tyle of our firm remaining the same. Nasuvillb, Aug. 1, 1856. IRBY MORGAN A CO. P. S. We have removed to our new Store, No. T Pub lic Sauare. where we are ooenlne a new and handsoma stock of Fall and Winter Goods, to which we Invite the at- ten lion ot Merenanti generally. anglS Fever and Ague Remedy. THE cheapest and best curs for Fever and Ague and all Fevers incident to the season. HEAR WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY: CTtt 1,4-hv M..irV 4k. 4, h.,.44 mkMll.l 4k .. r f 1 ITU4.MV., W4.44,.4J 4U44 44 444, .4444444 4 MCU 44443 J JO 44,14 berg Fever and Ague Remjdyto a close inspection and o-ifntifin analrtia nnd hT sin txtivl it. ranllnnntll. ties in several cases of intermittent fever. We take crest pleasure in saying tuai 11 caa provea completely success ful, and that it is a most akillfallv comrounded remedy. It must exert a most beneficial influence in all cases ; its tonic properties are immediate and highly salutary, and it is richly deserving the confidence of our brethren ot the medical faculty and of the pnblie. Samnel U. ilabrey, it. U , flew 1 ork, Charles W. Reviloan, M. D., Wisconsin, Wm. H. Simmington. M. D., Illinois, Tbos. J. Johnson, M. D MUsouri, Wm. C. Kittredge,M.D.. New Hampshire, James T. Molt. M. D Indiana, John Y. Terrington, M. D., California Wm. Y. Aabton, M. D., Louisiana. The composition ot this remedy includes those medicinal substances which experienced physicians have long re sorted to forspecial action on thesysttm when deranged by Fevers, Ague and General Debility, resulting- from-ex poiure or climatic influence. These are rendered per manent and remain active in this preparation, as a conse qnense of the scientific manner in wnich they are com bined. Ia this medicine no metalic salts can be (band by the most delicate chemical analysis. In each package are two distinct medicines, a powerful vegetable tenia that will at once cure the Ague, and a box of Pills that will prevent its recurrence, or if taken in time will remove the causes that promote its firit appearance. Price for the package SO cents. For sale by all druggists In the State. ilcv uaiVirnrrtv 44 4 ,4 C , ... r -i - J, 1 1 sept24 Gen'l AgentOraC Company. HERKlNtV'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES. WE have been appointed by S. C. Herring A Co. Agents for the above Safes, which we will sell for cash or negotiable paper AT THE MANUFACTURERS I'rtiuta in rteVY lutto., witn ireignt, exenange and insurance added. We bare now on assortment on hand and request all those who ore interested in the matter to examine the evidences that go to prove, that this safe, U an IiNSUUASC. AUAliial 1KK, and U UUKUiOAK PROOF as far as valuable papers, notes, or money is con cerned. Beveral of these Sfe3 have HALL?? PATENT POW- lil. Z HUW1 J4VUUO. 4. 4411.44 44, 444Q I, U4JI4 . ..II 14, 44UU- don, in 1351, and at New York in 1853, was awarded s medal, as being tbe most perfect lock in the world, uru haviso Bztuf niD-or blown by Powder, Hundreds of certificates ire given from all porta of th world, in which valuable papers are shown to hare been taken from these Safes uninjured, after having, been for many hours, and sometimes for days, exposed to the most ftPO OOrifll? t nPVU Mk;Mk . , 1 4, . ttTA.M'a t.1 , 1 I T intense heat Call and examine tnem. MACKENZIE A WILSON, iept24-tf 17 College street Christmas Dinner. RIPE PEACHES, GREEN CORN, AND FINE TOMATOES. IF you would have the above delicacies ia perfection for your Christmas Dinneravput them up in the SELF SEALING CANS, Manufactured by us, which gi re universal satisfafidion, are very easily managed, as cheap the chespeat as good as the best made oi neavy tin. very careiaujr soldered. Tbose who want tnem naa De tier mare ear ly application. tept3 NEW BANKING HOUSE. jonsr n. jaxxs. a. wuxlxss. davh d. jams JOHN U. JAHES asc CU BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, IMCXl Aioor to me naiii oi ivuxavmc, SASBV1LLE, TENS. NOTICE. THE Stockholders of the Citizen s Coal Company are re autsted to make Daymen to tbe amount of the) tock subscribed when colled on or they will forfeit their siount of stock. O. B. VANNOY, nly!8 See'lT FARE REDUCED TO $12 SO FROM NASHVILLE TO MEMPHIS. YIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, uoiambta, Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad. 150 miles railroad, and 165 miles turnpike. Leaves Nash. Villa Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6X- m. Ap ply at tbe General Stage Office, opposite tne rat Uffice. dean u. HAST. BXXBT BAST, Jfc, n. W. XACOAJE, JK HART. MACRAE & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS & 00MSII38I0N JBJUibAAail A3, Nos 7 and 9 South Market street, Nashville, Tenn WE have just received ana nave in surre a portion or nnr .trwV. consisting in port of the following articlec. ie4 hhds fair to cheice New lliOOboxea Sardine : Orleans Sugar au cases ouerrj n mes; 64 DOXeS Havana Duga. , "t.J 4.4.4., 100 boxes and bbls PowdrMlOO nesta Market Baskets; Crushed and iioaisu- ou DoxeianoEu M"mi'F gar; nests amted Taos; 100 dozen .tinted Buckets; COO kegs Nails, aas"Silie; 100,000 fine Cigars; 100 boxes Tobacco, various 193 bbls Molasses; 100 V'bbls do-. 200 bags CofTee: 800 packages Mtckei '; COO bags Salt; brands; 25 crils Msnniua Rot 25 cans Fresh Cove Oysters 0 boxes assorted Pickles; 20 boxes ass'd Pie Fruits; 5 ceroons best Indigo; 100 boxes Star Candles. 25 casks Malaga Winj, 5 casks Sherry Wine: 150 packages M R Raisit s; 20 frails L L Almonds; 00 assorted Demiiohnc Togeiaer wiia repper, npice, cms, a.o. .m janM HART MACRAE CO. RE.VOVAL. IOHS YORK A CO. have removed to the New EaBdlan No. 39, Union Street, opposite Georg cGrelg'i.