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V.QL.XXYIIL " - ; iVm3.,lvl ., "s NASHVILLE. TERR, .SUNDAY, jDE&EMBER -14,' 1856.. - - , 'r' 4i ' n62. " 7". jjjjMjlljlHJIIII" 1 MWME-B, MISGELIiANEOUS, TENNESSEE MARINE Fire Insurance Company $15 0,000! OFFICE North-West Corner of the Poblic Square oyer Drer Pearl's Exchange Office. TheT wlUtaka .rukflon Dwellings and other Houses, Good in Store ngainstliOMorDamwabyllra; AU, Marine and Elver hazards; from and to all ports. AlSO Negroes against the daBgers of the River. . , DIRECTORS. JOHN M. SILL, JOSEPH VAULX, JAMES CORBET. THOMPSON ANEBSON, G. M. FOGG, F. A.' OWEN, ALEX ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS, W..S. EAKJN. . JOSEPH TAULX, President A. W. BortsB, Secretary, b&tw octS-lf- NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. THIS COMPANY being folly organised, according to Charter, is prepared to write PoUciesagalnst LOSS or ' Merchandise gcnerallT. Also, onshlpmenU ngajnst loes 'or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation on we most laroraoie wrma. Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates." Omer No. 86, corner of Square and CedarstreeU DIRICTOBS. ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY, ANTUONT W. VANLEER, JAMES WOODS, JOHN KIBKMAN, JOHN H. EW1N, HEJfRT HART, Jr., B, C. McNAIRY, THOS. W. EVANS. HOQH McCREA, WESLEY GREENFIELD ALEXANDER FALL, President Jiuu Wi.LtiB,Secretary. Nashville, AprilSO. JACOB KEEDS MANUFACTURER OP Army & Navy Clothing, NO. 10 SOUTH FIFTH mKEBr, Philadelphia Trj Jill Colon and OualMet of MillUry and Faney Olotna', comtantly on hand and lor sale at the Lowest fiieet octzi 3m THOMAS BOYURS, GiLLATUf. TlSSEgSSS. COMMISSIONER OF THE U. 8.C00RT OF CLAIMS' . , , . ASD rQB TBI SIVIRAL STATES, . . NOTARY PUBLIC, AND MAQI3TBATK. ' augSO-tf. MBREW J. SMITH, NO. 45 BROADWAY, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. DIALSSIS TENNESSER IRON. CASTINGS, SAILS, 8TEEX, WAGON AXLES, ELIPTIC SPBINOS, And all other articles in his lice of business, which ha of fers at Wholesale or Retail, low for Cash, at the above Stand. feb2 It - VERANDAH HOTEL, OPPOSITE Til! POST OITICS, " ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ACTON YOUNG Superintendent vrf TbeStae Ufiice is Kept at wis noose. marl9 1 v. JohEBsess, florae & Co., CORNER BROAD AND MARKET SEREET3. Nasuvilli, TtSH. WILL give prompt attention to receving, storing, purchasing, selling or shipping Cotton, Tobacco, Wheat, Com. Floar and Uacnn, and will also devote es pecial attention to receiving, storing and forwarding . i merchandise of every discription. 1 ' Our facilities in point of room and convenience are equal to anv in the city. juiyga tr. - John Hamage, NO. 42 COLLEGE STREET, HAS this day received a lot No. 1 Sole Leather Trunks, large sizss Also a superior lot of Valices, Bonnet UoxtfS, Carpet Bigs, Black LeatherTravelling Bags. Ac ang 15 F. Harris & Co., FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISION STORE. DEALERS IN Foreigu & Domestic Wines, Liquors. CIGARS, &c. . tS" THE HIGHEST PRICESPAID FOR ALL KINDS no pAnMipuvuunnnnli! m mav25 tf Corner of Broad and Front street W. M. HARGRAVE, HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, BROAD STREET, sepi27 tf Nnshvillc, Trnn. .P W. MAXEY & CO., DCALIB3 IK TIN PLATE, BLOCK TIN, COPPER, SHEET lBXf, LEAD PIPE, WISE, IRON AND TIN KIV1T3, PLUMBERS' TOOLS AND Matehiam.Mabbleixcd Iaoa Materials, PARLOR URATES, COOK STOVES, IIEAT ing Stoves, Tor Wood or Coal, Japan ned and Common Tiu Ware. NO. 40 EAS1 SIDE MARKET STREE2, Nashville, Tenn. p. H AVe will keep constantly on band' Tin-smith's Machines and Tools, being AgenU for Peck, Smith A Co., Southineton. Conn. 'sept20-dCm P W. M. A CO. MA0I30N stbatton. A. O. BWTKfl. Stratton & Ewing , (occewom to Setmooe, Fakkiko A Ca) WHOLESALE GROCERS, Commission aud Forwarding Merchants, AND DEALERS IN RACON AND LARD, c.ORNER OF MARKET AND CHURCH STREETS, Nashville, Texn. HAVING sold our entire interest in the Grocery. Com mission and Forwarding business to Messrs. Stratton & bwing. we recommend them to our customers and riends generally, as energetic and correct business men, and solicit for them the patronage so liberally bestowed tupon the retiringnrm. We will remain at the old stand lor the purpose of closing our books. may 17 ly. SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO. II. LANIER Ai CO., (Successors to Hart A Hollingsworth,) No. 6 Market Street, Nashville, WHOLESALE GROCERS Sc DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 0Ct2B BiiTW a w. ruiLurn. wm. siiion. b. hixon. j. kuo, m C. W. PHILLIPS &. CO. tOPCIKSOKS TO WILLI AJXS, PHILLIPS & CO., Commission Merchants, 38 UNION ST, NEW ORLEANS. octs ly ILaiiicr, Fliillips & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, J Comuiission Merchants AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, A'O. 39 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Mor. 1 tf. JOHM WILLIAM:). WM. BATHCItSr. R. B MATE3. John Williams & Co. COMMISSION MEROUANl'iJ AND COTTON FACTORS, NEW ORLEANS, LA. KB. MAYES, formerly or Columbia. Tenn., has Ukon an office on Broad Htreet, adjoining tha Depot or the Tennet'eo and AUbima Railroad, Nuhvllle, and ii prepar ed to make liberal cash advances on consingumenti to John UlUlami & Oo. oet31 -3m NASHVILLE AND CHAT1ANOOGA R. 11. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ON and after Sunday, Nov. 9, the Passenger Trains will leave Sahville at 7:30 A. M., and 6 P.M., and arrive at Naahvllle 8:32 A.M., and P.M. PERKINS & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, decfi-ly NEW ORLEANS. w. . rtactus. DYERS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MEB CHARTS UARTSV1LLE, TENNESSEE. WILL PURCHASE OB SILL PRODUCE AND PAOPEKTT OF EVSUT apr23 deschiptiox. . NEW RANKING HOUSE. 10UV 0. JAMES. A. WOELESS. DAVID D. JAKI JOHN D. JAMES iz CO., BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, Next Door to tho Bauk of Nashville, XASIirLLE, TJCXN. ABKAM COXLIV. E. L. JOUXSO CONLEV & JOHNSON, (Successors to McClure A Moore.) No. 10 Broad, aud No. 01 South .Market St,, Nashville, Teun. KEEP constantly on hand all kinds of Cooking and Heating Stores, plain and ornamental; also, Tin ware, Grates, Ac, Ac. Roofing and Spouting done with neatness and despatch. Sheet Iron and Copper work for Boats, Rolling Mills, Foresees, Foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap as tbechcapest janl8 ly. UIIGUCe DBnTfiiPRa NO. 26 UNION STREET; UASHVILLXir, PICTURES FOR THJB.JgII,MONJ 1 COLORKS " . AM U R OTYP ES -ANU-iHELAINO T-Y-P ES Por Pifty1 Cents. ', PUT up In first rate style. Including case. Such as 'other men are charflac one dollar for we, will tikS,for FlPTYi C&XTBs Large ones ONE DOLLAR.- Jv Jlf . aortS-tf HrJOHES;BROTHKR8,-Unloq sir T. J. SCOTT. G. X. CAEICQ. T. J. SCOTT-& :Co., WHOLESALE GROCEES, COianSSION, iEEdpVINQ AND "l FORWARDING MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN FINE BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKY, TOBACCO, ClliAtia, AC,. No. 60 Beoadwat, Nashville, Tewesssi. I nov.m aiy. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. TTAVI5Q thU dav associated with us Mr. WiluaSC.H XL Skitu In oar business, we will continue the same under the Arm stjlc or Lelltett, ewwer at uo. n0v2g LELLYKTT & BWISO. JOBS LELLTETT. WM. H. EMXTB; ED. H. KWIKO. JB. Lellyett, Ewing & CoJf WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, N03. 10 AND 12 MARKET' STERET.SOUTU OF SPRING STREET, HAS11V1L.US, Alirtft noT20 d&trl-wamo. T. i. uocLTorr. f K. SEED. & WHOLESALE GROCERS,' FORWARDING AiMJL) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AXD DIALXES IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC L1Q.UOKS, BACON, LARD, FLOUR. FCATHKKS. &c.. 4c. -VOL E2 RRUADH Ay. A'AIIVJLJS.i TENNESSEE. Qir Country produce taken In exchange at tbe highest prices. ttiv.. 1IALTI3IORE RIO COFFEE. TUST received, via Saanah, 100 bsgs mrlme Baltimore XJ nio coaoe. roreaiujr i.uuuiw.i.iuiuw, norM No- 5J roadwaj. E-tricif m a m i.rlt ki.. "IUST received from New Yort, via SayannahlO barrelspr f MscEercl, at) nau oarreis no, ana m iu no. warmuvcu (resn ana gooa. rorsiinuy aui"-!".' nuuu, nofiO 5g Broadway. NEW'ToTTlTiaiTUWED AND POWDERED JUST' recelred 20 bbls Crushed Sugtrand SObbis Powjler ed Sncar. Also. 10 casks but Knellsh Soda. For sale by pot2G MOPLfON dt KEEP, Broadway. WINDOW GLASS. WE have In store a lot of lnrge size window Glass which we will sell low. ALSO, a good assortment or the varions articles' usually found In Grocery Stores, to which the attention of our friends and customers and the publle generally Is Invited. maim MntTTrnV A, HRVTI v Rm.riLVnr. IHTON ITEHE. J. T. MILLIE. BYRNE & mLIiSRj W1I0LE3ALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, RECEIVING, FORWARDING COMMISSION MERCHANTS,, .DEALERS IN LIQUORS, AND Alii, KINDS OF COUNTRY J'tSUlSULiil., NO. 5 BROADWAY, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. nov29 ly 1TTANTED. 5000 bnthe!, Drv Fruit. Which' 'we will VV pay cash or exchange Groceries for Dry Peaches and Appjesatblghestmarketprice. BYRNE & MILLER, norac rio. 5 uroauway. ITXTUA HA.1IS.20C0 extra Pepper cared' Hams In J-J .rro and fnr hv 1!VRN"R & MILI.F.IL IriLOCR. 100 bags extra Family Flourjust received and ' for sale by BYESE & iHLLEK. pOLDEN SYRt7Jf.-GoldenSrnip Just received aud rorsaieby BYKNK & MILLER. SI'GAIC. Crushed andPulverlsed'Sugar recelred and for sale by BYRNK or MILLER. WE hare In store and for sale a general assortment' of Teas, Pickles, Preserves, Candles, Soap. Starch, and all the Tarlous articles nsnally kept iu Grocery Stores, to which iha attention of oar friends and customers and the pnbli generally is Invited. IIYKNE & M1LLEK. WII1SICV. 115 barrels Rectified Whisky, -rindus brands, lust received aod for sale by , 110 V 10 I) I L. I. iu -niuiilji.. POTATOES.-150 bushel of Irish and .Sweet Potatoes J- In store and for sale by covl3 BYRNE & MILLER. in. c. mivc&9 HAS Just returned from the East with tbe largest stock: or consigned Goods to be sold at Wholesale and Retail, ever offered In the Western country, to. wit; SI AllU.MlKl. 1000 Beams or Letter Paper ; 1S00 " Note Paper, Gilt Edge ; . 000 " Commercial Paper ; I 500 " Bill Cap " 1800 " " FoolsCap " j 750 " ' Fancy Note " 7509 self-sealing Envelopes ; y . i 2000 ' Fancy; , . , 8 cords of Blank Books, various kinds ; I 1000 gross B and L Pencils ; ' I . 7000 Steel Pencils. '' ; CUTLERY. 2000 setts Lnlves and Forks; . i" , 1000 Pocket Knives ; ; ' 500 pair Scissors; i r 10CO Razors; 1000 Hammers and Hatcbels; 100 doz. Argentine Silver Spoons ; l)i cords cf double barrel Gael ; FAflii ijuum. 50 doz Cologne ; " 50 " Hair Oil; 3216 Fancy Work Boxes; : 1 500 Lsdies' Companions; - , 2000 packs Pins, No. 6, 4, 9, 8, 10 ; 1000 pair Back Skin Gloves; 150 doz Gent's Whito and Fancy Hoioi -1 3500 Port Monaies, i 150 dozen LlnenUdks : . I :'. 175 Silk do; ,W 500O " Spool Thread; SO " Cent's fine Merino Undershirts; BOOKS. 15,000 vol. SUndard Booke ; GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 35 Magic case Gold Watches; ' 150 English Gold Patent Levers, manufactured by Jo.eph Johnson, 25 Ch. street, Liverpool ; 250 Silver Lever Watches ; .: . 350 Open Face Silver do ; r.75 Composition do; 85 Ladles' Hunting Case Gold Watches ; ; . 150 do Cbatllngs " t.-t 150 do Gold Neck Chains; 750 Gent's Fob and Vest do ; b25 do Gold Seals and Kejs, with Locktls ; , eoo setts of Camoes, In cases ; 750 do Florentine, do ; St.00 pair Plain Gold Ear Kings ; ' - 5000 Ladles Plain Gold Breastpins ; 7000 Gent's and Ladles' Gold Pencils; 1 7000 worth of Gold Finper Kings : GOLD PE.N8. 7000 Gold Pens with Silver Cases, assorted ; 1500 " " " Gold " " And all other articles usually fonnd In Jewelry Establish ments. Merchants, Peddlers and tho citizens generally are Invited to call soon and make selection, as all the above Goods hare to be closed ont in a limited time, aathoy be long to different estates. 1 have- numerous other articles too tedious to mention, in short I have anything that a Lady or Gentleman wonia can ror. ai. u. miuti, Auctioneer for Consignees, rio. 17 Cedar street, Aasnvme, Tennessee. fnovS md&w IMPORTANT TO CITY AND COUNTRY WATCH-MAKERS. II AVE received direct from Europe a Urge f apply of Wstth. Makers' Tools and Materials, whleb I will tell wentv-Uve Mr cent, below New York prices. Materials sent to any part of the country by mall. Likewise, a large assortment of Click Materials. Having engaged the services of experienced Workmen for tho repairing) of Watches, Jewelry, Cloaks.Ac, he can warrant entire satisfaction to City and Country Trade. M. C BKUCE, Wholesale Dealer In Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, Fancy Goods, die, 17 Cedar street, Nashville, Tenn. nov. 2 omodfcw. TO WHOLESALE DEALERS. II. w. MANUFACTURER'S AGENT FOR THE SOLICITATION OK ORDERS FOR PITTSRURG, CINCINATTI.V LOUISVILLE MANUFACTURED ARTICLES. 1 OFFICE NO 50 BROADWAY, NASHVILLE, THE following Is a portion of the articles I propose taking orders for: Rectified, Boorbon, Reserve., Mononcthela and Kje Whiskies: Brandy, Wine, Gin, Ram. Ale and Por ter. IOnsworth's Sparkling and Dry Catawba Wines, Mar and Tallow Candles, German and Palm Sosp, Lard and Lin. seed Oil, White Lead, Iron, Nails, Stoves, Castings and Iloll. ware. Wood and Willow ware. Cheese, Vinegar, Glass and Glassware. Hardware, such as Shovel, Spades, Hose, Axe:, Picks, Mattocks, Cordage. Wrapping Taper, .Matches, tic. Orders handodmo will save trouble of ordering or expen ses of traveling to purchase, as I, am authorized to take or derson the same terms and prices as you .could, purchase. If you was at the facioil.s in person. All orders handed me will ke Immediately ssntlo the lactoryand shipped prompt on openingor navigation. Hoping to share a good portion of your liberality and k Indues, I remain, yours very respect fully, Oct2S-f D. W. RCfiSELL. 100 Negroes Wanted. THE undersigned will pay tho cash for one hundred likely yonng Negroes delivered to tbem at their Sale House at No. 18 Cedar street, Nashville, Tenn. They will board Ne groes and sell for other persons on commission, and will keep a large number on hand tor sale atall times, and will be re sponsible forNegroes lea In their charge. Call and see. BOTI9 ly JAMES dt HARRISON. P. P. Peck JS now receiving from the celebrated Manufactory of Brewster. A Sox, New York, a farther supply of choice Coaches, Roc ka ways sad Light Trotting Buggies. Alse, has constantly on hsnd of his own build Buggies es. pxiallv adapted to country use, at his Ware Rooms on lower ilarket street, oct2 tf aBpqts.1 1 -jp&pes ! ' XADIES'SIIOES. .rriADlE&Vflna Erencb Laitlns HeeledOaiters : . J-&eix, ." Z " ..Thick. Sole do, Upland pl'n; ..- .- vuogress uo, I 'iff ai -.K!dBoteet, wllhand without heels; , ; - . KlilFr JIo. and Goat Welt Bootees i .". ,, lndit RnbbetneathersolejjClogs.a'newsrt'e: . . Velvet and iListiOR clippers r A varielT of Ladies Toilet and FancT-SllDDtrs: Ml..' Tlilck s'nl Kid andTnAch Mo. fahiDshai or'Kos. snth Booteesf Wth'al "RcnerarTassortmenVof Missesf and Lnuaren's KW.brencn aioiocco,osv anu wu.tven uooiees. Gentlemen's' dne' 1P Vaterproof Boats';,1 ' DouWn ?5old' do': ! " Dress Bootst'" tst"' Sr. Congress lGilltes1, double and ElllgIC Water-pf. Shoes and'Oxford Ties; ' ft. "jJtlarjrsTock prSTeii'j, Bby'a and Youth's heavy Calf and 'nlp'W'oA.oTgOediriaterlilandworkmanshlp. B 'N EGRO ,snoEs. '.vAIargeandyIed assottmehfef Xesro Brogana; for1 men aud boys, Negro Boct3, Ifcc. Planters ate respectfully Invited . TRUNKS. VALISES. c. Alargi 161 of flno Sola Leather-Trunks, for Genttemsn ; ' i i ' j ; " ' i.aaies ; A Ladies ExtraSIze Drejs'Trnn'ks r Also, a lot of chcanXcather Trunks : , .Fine Sole Leather Valises,, Carpet Bazr.&c, all of which are.offeredlowfbrcash. :jr!4" , JOUX RAMAGE, '6C13I ' ' " i aui'n air. cl rant SO. jlgCoUegejstrset. Pine Winder Boots. FRESH ARRIVAI OF SUPERIOR FALL; AND WINTER BOOTS,5UOES AND GAITERS. pAM norr receiving some of the Bnosl SlocE Shoes ever J- nad, among wmcn wiune tonna a variety oi v French Patent Leather Double Sol'd Gaiters ' Calf Skin " " m i -u Waterproof Boots i With n large assortment of Winter Stock of every description for dress or'oold weather of superlorquality and make, and to which I solicit tae attenuon oitnose wno uesire a goou article. ALSO, Gentlomen's Toilet SHirpers in great variety,-Just openea. juii. i.AaiAua, nov20 . 43 College street. LADIES' FINK WINTER SHOES. T AM constantly receiving and hare now on hand a larg A stock of beautllul and fashionable Boots, Shoes, and Gait ers for Ladles', Misses' and Children, suitable lor the coming cold weather. Dress Shoes, French Embroidered, aud Turk ish Toilet Slippers, Just openea Dy JUUil KAHAUt, novOO .42 College st. TRUNKS AND VALICES. rnRAVELLERS will Bnd at 42 College street, a largo stock I ol thnbestTrankR. VT!eAS.Carnetnnd Leather Basra. L.adies'Hat Boxes of eTery style, at very low prices. novSO JOHN RAMAGE. NEW AND DESIRAULE GOODS. Snyder & Frizzell ARE now receiving and opening fresh and desirable goods suitable for the city and country trade. coasisTiso or Ladies' fine Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed. . u vrlth-heels, " Kid Front Laeo Gaiters, ' Kid Sid " thick and thin soles.l " '" Black Lasting Gaiters, " " " " " " with heels, ' ' f " " -Congress Gaiters, : ' ' ' - " Kid Boots, thick and thin soles, " " ' " with heels, " ' White Kid and Satan Slippers. u Toilet Slippers, plain and fancy, ALSO Children and Misses shoes ol every desoriptlon, ALSO.' - Gentlamana'wearof evervdescriDtion. Their stock of heavr poods ia iktffe.and of srood aualltv. In thort, all persons wishfngiofids In their line will find It to tneir interest to can ai .o.vs, rnnuc nqnare. ango oniAicn oc nuucui.. GKNTLKMEN'S WEAR. aENT'S Fine Calf Pomp Sole Boots ; Gent's Fine. Calf Stitched " ?' !' Double Sola " " " AVater proof f " " " Copgress Gaiters ; 4 a i double oIe; " . " " Oxford Ties. " " These goods are from one of tbe best manufactories In Philadelphia. Call at No.20Publlc Square. aora , i unit cl rauLiiii. LADIES' shoes; ONYDER A.' FRIZZELL are opening to-day some.cholee v- woar ior uio jiuies.cuusisLiuir ui ; Ladiftfi' Thlefc- Solfl La.tlnp GaJtori : -r--.;, " " " French latnor uallers; something new; nan Kid. . " " !' Congress Kid ' " TJiln. " . .Lasting half " These goods are very handsome. . Call at '. . , ,,. i., SNYDER & FRIZZELL, nov5 20 Public Square. NEW Ait RIVAL OF HOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET RAGS, &C. FOR FALL AND WINTER TRADE, AT C. B. -Hall's, NO.iS. PUBLIQ SQUARE. CONSISTING In part as follows, viz : SuporSne Eng. Kid Slippers; " v bite Kia ana r-atin suppers; " "Black Satin Sllnperi; ; " ' Kid Bootees, thm and thick soles; ' , Black Lasting Slippers and Buskins; ' , '', Velvet . " " . .'' . I-ast'gCongressGalterBwIUi&withoutheels; - uallers, siuoanu irom laco; 11 Goat sewedandpegged Bootees; MIs-es " " " . i l " Fine Kid Bootees and Slippers; ' Black Lasting Gaiters; i Children'a ,.!" " - ' , . " KidamlGoit Bootees thick and thin soles; . " " Ancle Ties: Servants' Calf and Goat liootees, a large assortment; , Gents fine Calf Slnglo and Double Solo Boots; i . Oxiord lies; " " " Monterey Ties;' " " Patent Leather Mines; Bors'flneCal'Boots.Aic, die. ' TRUNKS, TRCNKSY TRUNKS. , A cplonoid aavirtment of Iron Vrtiuia Sole Leather Trav- .n rr'..... 1. . V T.....1.J T'-l . .. I 1) ... . Cillug iiuuksi (.uses, xiutiiir, iiuuns. sn,t muu ajiu.- els carpet Bigs, uii uiotii i lravetiuguagi, o.e., o.c.,aii oi hlcli are offered. at low prices fir cash, email profits .and quick sues is uie mouo. uivo us a can. sepw II J. u H.4L.1., ia i udiic aquare. REMOVAL. THURSTON & BERNARD have removed to No. 16 Publio Square, next door to Calhoun's, where they will be happy to show their customers a first rate stock of i I . f . . . r- I . . . T . . j ,,i T, I Lry uoous, consisung.oL j)ic&, jruwo, auu uiuts uruau Cloths; Black and fancy Cassi.ncrcs; Yestings, Gloves, Hosiery, cravats, tiaDutercniei3,r.c.,iSC. THURSTON A'lIERNARD, No. 1G Public Square, . (Next door to Calhoun's.) WE now havo on band a beautiful stock of French and Enelish Mermtw, Flam Plaid nnd Atnbre shaded all wool DeLsim s, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Man chester DeLaines; Plaid, lied, Yellow and White Flannelf nil qualities. Also, a complete stock of Staple Goods Servants' Goods orailkud.i,to which we invite the atten tion of all CASII buyer::, as wc can give good bargains. sepur: tt SNIjl'l' AND TOUACCO. Peter Itorillard, tnjtrFACTcr.tR NO. 42 COATIIAM STREET, NEW YORK, QUCCKSSOR of Patir A Geosqs Loeillarii, offers for kjsale all kinds ot SMJi' b and tuuauuus in general use. f or particular, a rutcz uuitKEsr can do otitamea Dy addressing as above. This Establi-hment is one of the oldest of the kind in the United States. may20 ly VALUAULK COTTON AM) POWDER MILLS FOR SALE. T?OR the purpose of effecting a division and settlement X1 with tbaherrjof wnltor Scott, the proneitr known as the Sycamore Mills, will be offered for sale to tbe highest bidder on hiTcnmv, inc i.uui oi liccumucr next, ontne premised. The property tobo sold consists of a Cotton Mill with about 1500 spindles and 32 looms. Ponder Milts capable of produc Ine 4b kecs of blasting and 30 kejs of riflo powder per dav. which production ran be increased In double this amount at averysllght exreas. There is also a Grist Mill, Saw Mill, and an extensive uwerage csiaousunicni, loseuier wiin Teams, Tools, and UlenMls used In carrying on all these Mancncs of business, iney are now in nuccessiui operation and everything Is is n good repair. I he water roncr is amongst me uesiin auuuio lonnes see, running a large porlioii of tho year oue undershot, and five overshot wheels from 15 to IS feet in aiameter, and with buckets from 4 to 10, feet In length. There Is also a Steam Engine to supply any deficiency of water In dry sea sons. There Isattachcd totlio property upwaidsof 5000 acres of finely timbered land, capable of suppljln; the necessary timber for Sa? Mills and an extensive Coopering establish ment for many years to come. The property it situated about 22 miles from Nashville, and the land extends from Sycamore Mills to Cumberland river, near ttio towi. of Ashland, in the r.eir county of Cheat ham. Two Turnniko roads are In proeresu from .Nashville to Clarksville, winch will soon lie completed, one of them pass ing througn tne proj.en ami inc otner upon iisooraer. ine terms cf the sale will be veryilberal, and made known on the day of a lie. It. wsiniatiim, num rut it.ocuu. MJSAN 'All. M HAM. Executrix. K. S. CIIEA I'HAJI, Kx'ror K. Cheatham. P. WATSON. novlJ-tf C. VEDDER. MOUNT OLIVET UEJIETlSlCl. TIIE Directors of this Company new announce to the Public, that this Cemetery has been laid off with suit able orenuss'and , walks, and u portion of the ground, subdivided into Family Lots, which are offered for sale The mip of tae grounds cau re Fcea at too olhco ol I.indslev .t Cnkett, where the public are invited to call and eiaurnd the.' same. Tbe Coumauv feel cenfident ther conjl not bive made a more snitublo location for a Cemetery m the vicinity of Nashville, and pledge themselves to the public to spare no money or p uns to make it equal to rlny Cemetery in the Union, and such a occasNaihvillo may fel Kiine pride in. The Cemetery is now in charge ol a competent Super intendent, living on the ground, under wh jse direction iu termenls will to made in the best manner and at tbe usuhI charges. The Directors of tho Company nre desirous that the proundsshoBld be runted by the rttizens ot Nashville, tind lor that purpose tin Omnibus will leaTe the office of Linds ley A Crtckstt, at 1 A-! ,ci, on Tuesday alterhoon, the 6th inst.,Rnd on cvoy Friday ufiernoon thereafter at tbe same hour .Thes-ms will be tree. Ladics and FTOihcs detirmij rifiting Ihe grounds, will be calicd f r at their roiijiucei, by sending tbeir cards (o tiid'residcn.1 of Ihe (Tc.npov. , r A. V. S . L1NDSLEY, Pre3L C. W. Naicce. SeoV. jvfitf ' XVII HA '1- AMI S'ttlO.g THB subscriber w ill pay the higtcst mukei price for good merchantable Wheat and Corn. JOSEPH NASH, r.ovlJ lin Office, S.E. cor. College and Springsts. MARYLAND LOTTERIES For December, 1356, L - iai m wa (iiusiu.1,1 r- A GRAND MARYLAND LOTTERY. ON THE HAVANA . PLAN. GRAND CONSOLIDATED XOTTERY" ,OF MARYLAND. EXTRA CLASS 7. To be drawn Satusoat, December 20th la Baltimore, Md, Prizes amounting to I182.COO will be distributed accord' ing 10 us iouowtng spienaia ccneme : 20,000 Numbers 11,000. Prizes I Prizes psyabls ia fall without deduction. SCHEME. lpraeof.. 1 priziof. ..$4o,ooo .. 14,940 ,. 10,000 .. 15,000 .. ,8,000 d prize ol........ 1 prize of... 1 prizes of. t , 2 prizes of 8 prizes of. i...'... ,..... 8 prizes of. , i:..... 187 prizes of. . Appkoxmatios Pejxss, 4 of flSO Epproximttiog to.v;..... . 2,000, 1,600 ... Jl.000 .. 1 xuo ?to,ooo 4 01 iw " 14,240 10,000 '6.000 4 of 4 Of 90 -80 70 60 40 80 4 of 8 Of IU of ";v! ai ail I 8,000 ?,000 1,1500 jyh it. r 12 Of 3,000 200 784 Of ..:40, . 'I'.iSTtiy: 1.000 Drizes ...$182,600 ' t. . . . . : 7 - Whole Tickets tlO; Halves 15 ; yaarteraf2 50. BRILLIANT SCHEME GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OF MARYLAND. . CLASS T. To be drawn In Baltimore, Md., Satjedat, Dec 27. '58. ' SCUEME- ' 1 Prize of. 1 Prizs or. 1 Prize of. 4 Prizes of. ..$65,000 .. 85,000 .. 16,820' .. 10,000 6,000 .. 2,500 .. 1,750, .. 700 E3T20 10 10 174 86 66 66 4,158 800 200 100 40 30 25,740 80JB16 prizes, amounting to $1,141,140 Wholes $20; Halves $10; Quarters $5; Eighths $2.50. KT" All orders for tickets or packages in any of1 the Maryland.'Lotterics, will receive prompt attention, and the drawing mailed to all purchasers immediately after It is over. Address T. H. HUBBARD A CO, No. B9 Fayette st, or Box No. 40, nov21 Baltimore, Maryland. SOUTHERN LOTTERY ! On the Havana Plan. PRIZES GUARANTIED. $102,000! Only 15,000 Numbers X PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION I JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOIIERT; BY AUTH0BITT Or THE STATE Or GEOSGIA. CLASS T, To be drawn on SATURDAY , DECEMBER 18TH, 1856, - , . At Concert Hall, Macon, Go., under the Sworn Super intendence of CoL Geo, M. Logan and W. C. Anderson, Esq- . ! tSjT Remember this Lottery has only Fifteen Thousand Numbers less than any Lottery in the World 1 therefore it is the best for investment. Examine the Scheme : 1 A SCHEME. 1 Priiof...T; $15,000 1 " 5,000 1 " 2,000 4 " : l.OOOare 4,000 6 " ..i SOOare.j 2,500 80 " 100 are. 8,000 1500 40 are $60,000 APPROXIMATION PItXZtS. 20 Approximations of $100 are $2,000 60 " 60 are 2,500 60 " 20 are 1,000 1,712 Prizes, amounting to $102,000 Erf Tickets $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2 50. The 1.500 Prizes of $40. are determined bv the last Az ure as the number which draws the Capital Prize of 115, 000. The capital Prize will, of course, end with one of the rares 1, 2. 8, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8. 8, 0. Those Whole Tickets ending with the same figure as the last in the Capital will be entitled to $40. Halves and Quarters in crorior- tion. 1 If- Persons sendmsr money bv mail need not fear' its being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communiua tions confidential. Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. XiT" Those wishing particular numbers should order immediately. H? Orders for Tickets addres to It. 11 WINTER. Box No. 852, Nashville, Tcnn will be promptly attended to JAMES F. WINTER, nov.18 Manager, Macon, Ga. SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERIES ! 3.280 PRIZES LOWEST PRIZE 940. PRIZES GUARANTIED I PBIZE3 AMOUNTING TO 203,000 DOLLARS ! FORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY. By Authority of the State of Georjna.l CLASS 22. To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, fn public, 'on SATURDAY, December 20, 1856, on the plan of SINGLE NUMRERS I 30,000 TICKE1S13&Q PRIZES I MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TEN TICKETS 1 Magnificent Scheme, 1 Prize of. .$40,000 I Prize of., ...1,000 ... 200 ... 100 .... 70 do ....12,000 .... 6,000 ..... 2,000 10 do 100 do 100 do do do do 1,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 Prizes of $150 Approximating tof 40,000 prize, are 600 4 125 12,000 00 400 4 4 S 40 100 75 60 45 40 6,000 3,000 1,000 200 . 800" ; 400 ' 1,800 120,000 8,000 8,280 Prizes, amounting to $304,000 FKIOB Or TICEETS. IS" Whole Tickets, $10 ; Halves, $5 : Quarters, $2. 8.C00 Prizes of $40 will be determined br the last figure of the number that draws the $10,000 prize. For example, if tbe number drawing the 40,000 prize ends with 1, then all the tickets where tbe number ends in 1 will be entitled to $10. If tbe number ends with No. 2, then all tbe tickets where the number ends in 2 will be entitled to $10, and so on toO. Certificate ofPackageof 10 Whole Tickets $60 " 10 Half " so " " 1Q Quarter " 15 Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be addressed either to S. 8WAN A CO, Atlanta, Ga, 8. SWAN. Monteomenr. All. 2nov7 cr Z. 8TIMSTEEN. Box 8. Nashville. Swan & Co.'s Lotteries. Authoneed by tho State of Alabama; SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY X CLASS K. To be drawn in the City of Mobile. Alabama, in public, on TUESDAY, DEC. 80, 1856, on the PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS! JohnHcbtil and W. W.McQuiEE.Esq?., Commissioners. 30,000 TICKETS 3,280 PRIZES! More than one Prize to every ten Tickets Brilliant Scheme. 1 Prize of. $40,000 1 Prize or. $1,000 1 12,000 10 200 1 5,000 100 100 1 2,000 100 70 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 prizes of $150 approxi'ating to $10,000 prize are $ 600 500 400 125 12,000 100 75 50 45 40 s.oeo 2.000 1,000 200 8C0 400 1,800 120,000 8,?80 prizes amounting to $204,000 WHOLE TICKETS, $10; HALVES $5; QUARTERS, $2K SO.OCO Prizes of $10 will bedetsrmiued bv the last ticure of the Number that draws the 40,000 Prize. For example it the numDer drawing the $10,000 ftaa ends with No. 1, then all ths Tickets where tbe number ends in 1 will be entitled to $19. II the Number ends with No 2. then all the Tickets where tho Number ends in 2 will bo entitled to $10, and so on to 0. Certificates of Packages will be sold at 'the following rates, which is the risk; Certificate ofPackageof 10 Whole Tickets, $60 io uau " to " " 10 Quarter" " " 15 PLAN OP THE LOTTERY. - 80.000 Numbers corresoondine with thoso'en the Tickets are placed in one Wheel. The first 216 prizes, are' placed n anotberwheeL A number is drawn trom the number Wheel, and at the same time a Prize is drawn from the other Wheel. Tbe Prize drawn is placed agaiutt tlie, number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the prizes are drawn out. lfl UUUKlilAU TICKETB, Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets order ed, on the receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail. The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. uroirs ior Tickets should oe sent early. Purchasers will please write their signature plain, cire tbeir Post Office, County and State. Kg" Remember that every Prize is drawn, and payable in full without deduction. ST All prizes of $1,000 and under, mid immediately after the drawing other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly conhdential. Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at either office. Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates either to ,. " SI SWAN A CO, Atlanta, Ga , H. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala., nov 29 orz, STIMSTEEN, Box 8, Nashville. iEENNSYIiYANIAi RAlI.ItOAD. THE GreatCentral Route, connecting the Atlantic citias witaWestm,Northwestern,and Southwestern Statis, by a continuous Railway direct. This road also connects at Pittsburg with daily line ol Steamers to all ports tm the Western HI vers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with Steamers to all porta on the Northwestern Lakes ; making tha .most direct, chtaptH arid rdiaK roU by which JfBEIGUT cac.be forwarded to and from the Great WttU jEates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg : 900 per 100Tb SECOND CLASS. Books and tjtationprv. Dry Goods (in bales,) UaasvaM, Lea-1 75cpsrl00tt Anvils, Bagging, liacjn, and Perk (in bulk,), Hemp, Ac FOURTH CLASS. TJelfee, Fish, Bacon, .. andPbrk(packed,)LardandLardOil, h65eperlC0S 55a per 1001 t lour fi per.bDL until lorther notice. Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until further notice. Cotton $2 per bale, not exceeding 5CfJ lbs,weight;nntil further notice. 13?" In shipping Goods frcm any point East of Phila. .delphia, be particular to mart package " z Phiiade.'phii Eailroad." All Goods consigned to the Agents of this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded -without detention. FaEibnr -Aoekts. Harris, Wcnclcy & Cd, Memphis, Tennessee; R.F. KaasA Co, St. Louis: J. S; Mifchall A Son, pvansville, Indiana; Dpmescil, Bell and Murdock, and Carter A Jewett, Louisville, Ky.;R.C Meldrum.Maduon, Indiana; Sprigman & Brown, and Irwin A Co , Cincinnati; N.W.Graham A Ca. Zanesville. Ohio: Leech A Co- No 64 Kittry street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 Aster House, New York; No.1 William street, and No.S Batri" Place, New Acts; Ji-J.anceder, Philadelphia; Magr&w A Kooiwt 1U1 timore: Geo. C Fracciscus, Pittsburg. H. H. HOUSTON, QernralFrtiQlAgerJ,Pltt. H. J. LOMBAERT, iVrt, AUama,la. Ian8 '66, tlslj '57. PENNSYLVANIA JtAILROAD. ' THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia and Pittsbur2. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at VA, 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. THB NIGHT EXPRESS AitALCt leaves raiiaiteiputa lor i'lltsburg at 11, v. M- and rittsDurg lorrmiadelphia at 10, f.tl. The above lines connect at Pittsburg with tho Railroads to andfrom St. Louis, Ma; Alton. Galena and Chicago, 111.: Frankfort, Lexington, and -Louisville. Kr.: Terra Haute, Madison, Lafayette and Indianapolis, Ind. ; Cincin nati, Dayton, Springfiold, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Zanesville, Masjillon, and Wooster, Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans, St. Louis, Lonisvilleand Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had to cr from either of tha above places. For further particulars, see Handbills at the different starting points. Passengers from the West will find this the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia Baltimore, New York or Boston. THOS. MOORE, Aoist, Tatsengtr Lina,PkUada. ME3KIMEN, A.onn,Paiunair Strut, Pittthtrg, Philadelphia, 1956 jan3ly TIIE SHORTEST AND MOST DIREtrr ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES FROM ALL POINTS SOUTH AND. WES P. Central Ohio AND Baltimore and OMo EA1LROADS, RUNNING TlMii BtTWKlvN COLUMBUS, OHIO, ATO UAL.liilUHt, 3 UUUK3I BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH I THE ONLY ROUTE by which through tickets to Wash ington can be procured, to which point as well as to Baltimore, it is the shortest, most direct and in every re spect the most reliable route. It is ths only route by which purchasers of Through Tickets to New York are enabled to reach the cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, at the cost of a Ticket to New York onlr. thus en. abling Business Men and Travelers for pleasure or infor mation to visit four of the principal cities in the Union for less costthan can be afforded by any other route. And it is the only route by which Through Tickets can be had to Richmond, Norfolk, Winchester, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg, Ya , Charleston, Savannah, Macon, At lanta, Augusta, Berkley Springs and Bedford Springs. Passengers from Nashville take the Stage Coaches of Carter A Thomas, or steamers on the Cumberland river, to Louisville, connecting there with the United Stales Mail steamers to Cincinnati, or with the Jeffersonville Railroad to Indianapolis, Ind, make direct connection at Columbus, Ohio, with the Central Ohio Railroad to Wheel ing, whence close connection with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is made to Washington City, Baltimore, Phila- aetpnia ana new xorc. wy- Passengers holding Through Tickets from Mem phis are transferred at Cairo to the cars of the Illinois Central Railroad, from thence passing through Terre Haute, Indianapolis, Dayton and Aenia to Columbus. Three Daily Trains leave Columbus, at 10 A. M, 8:S0 P. M. and 12 P. M. E? Travelers are requested to notics that while this is the only rovtt affording Through Tickets to all the Eastern Cities at the same rate as charged by other routes to JXea l ore only, it is also tne Bnertest, most speedy and direct to all the leading points in the East. The distance from Columbus to Baltimore is only 576 miles, being about 100 miles shorter to New York, than by any other route There are less changes of cars by this route, and consequently less detention, than by any other. I5f The road is ballasted with broken stone and Is entirely free from dust. For furtherinlormation, please apply to D. G. RU1ISEY, Agent, Nashville, Tenn. For Through Tickets apply in Louisville at the office of the U. S. Mail steamers, or at the Jeffersonville Railroad Office, Main street. WM. S. WOODSIDE, Master Transportation 1). A O. K, R. JOHN M. 8HARP, General Western AgenL jane 25 COTTON YARNS. A FULL stock cf Cotton Yarns from the Vale Mills Sparta, Sycamore, ML Vero, Laurel Hill, Centra" and Eagle Factories, in store and for sale by may3tf w. II. UUKDON A CO. SUGAR 250 hhds Common and Prime Louisiana Su gar, in store and lor sale by maySO W. H. GORDON A CO. COFFEE 900 bags Fair .and Prime Rio CofTeo, in store and for sale by may80 W. IL GORDON A CO. CRUSHED SUGAR 100 bbla New York "A" Crushed Sugar, for sale by majSO W. H. GORDON A CO. RICE 10 tierces fresh Carolina Rice, for sale by W. II. GORDON & CO. WHISKY 50 bbls Robertson county Whisky. 100 " Dean's Aurora 50 " OldBonrbon For sale by W. U. GORDON A CO. rTAILS 1,000 kegs Shoenberger's Nails, allsiies. for J sale by W. II. GORDO a" A CO WRAPPING PAPER-1,000 bundles single crown, medium and double crown, for sale by majEO W. H. GORDON & CO. GUNNY RAGS. OA A BALES Gunny Bags, 2J and 4 bushels; 2K For sale by may30J W. H. GORDON A CO. :1AA BALES 4-4 Alisonia Osnaburgs; UU 50 " 4-4 Franklin 50 " X 60 " Georgia For sale by W, H.GORDON A CO. mavBO SHEETINGS. er BALES 4-4 LauielUillShaetings; ZD 10 " 4-4 Glen Mills " 25 " 4-4 Sparta " Now in store and receivingdafly.and for sale by maySO W. U. GORDON A CO. EJjOUR From the Lebanon Mills, Goodletlsville da, Manchester do , Star do. and Spencer's do. In store and for sale to tbe trcde only.by may80 W. IL GORDON A CO. FOR RENT. THE house erpresont occupied by the Traders' Bank Is for rent fur tbe.ensnlng year. Possession given the first of January. Appiyto ducSI XV. IL COKDON dc CO. WHISKY. 50 barrels Dean's Aurora XVhisky : ,30 bbls XVeller's Old Kentucky . do ; 50 " Old liourbon v do; In store and for sale by fdec5 '. II. GORDO.JtCO. PEACHES. 20 cases Peaches put up in their own Juice; 10 cues Tomatoes put up in their own juice; 10 " Green Corn ; In store and fur salo by dec5 XV. II. GORDON & CO. SCALES All sizes, Falrbank's celebrated, Domant, Platform, Counter and Grocers Scales, In storo and for saleat Factory 'prices by their Agents. dec5 VV. 11. GORDON' At Crt. SAFES. A full stock of Stearns and .Marvsn's celebra ted XX'llder's Patent Fireproof Salamander Safes, tn store and for sale at Factory prices and freight, by their Agents, dec5 XV. H. GOKDON & CO. ADVANCE ON COTTON YARN'S. ON and after Monday, December 1, 1856, we villi advance the price of Cotton Yarns ONE CENT PER DOZEN. Our prices wllllhenbe for No. 40913 cents. " " 00012 " " " ecu il " " " 700-10 " XVlth 5 per eent. oSTfor lots of S3 Bags or more. No discount allowed on orders for less than 25 bags. The time on which we sell same as heretofore, viz : For all orders for less than 23 bags, cash. .i , 44 oj b3ei oJ underSObags.W days. i. ti sobagsormore,4months. w. II.UUKLIU.'S 6c CO., nov30 A gents for Tennessee Manufacturers. 1MOTICETO CONSIGNEES. TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, IV. 4 CR. R. I NAsnviLLi, September ,1316 J THE Draymen of Nashville having discontinued re ceiving goods at the Depot, Consignees will hereafter be notified of the arrival of their goods and furnished with a bill of freight due on same. Any one presenting the no tice and paying the bill will be recognized as tbe autho rized agent of the Consignee. The responsibility of the road terminates with the delivery of the goods, and claims for deficiencies and damages will not be allowed after de livery unless by consent. It being the duty of the agent to have in his possession evidences of delivery, cornier: eca or their agents will be required to receipt for all articles as dellveredAJoticffl fr.r all consignee whose place of ousiues ur resiucucB ia out jtuowu, will oe seol lo the Post Office. CUAS. W. ANDERSON, Agent JN. B. The object of the abve notice is not to pive Consignees any unnecessary trouble, or compel draymen to, assume responsibilities that do not legitimately belong to their business, but simply to define tbe position of the road, leaving merchants and draymen to make tbeir own arrangements. septia-tf. C. W. A. STEAMERS NEW YORK, RREMEN & SOUTHAJUTON UNITED STATES HAIL STZAKEBS. rpHB ships comprising this line are XYASH- X INOTOS. Capt. E.-Cavrady; HHK-i aann.iapujMwjtil Jligglsa. These stea-. mersstop at Southampton, both gotngnd retaining. oatii r stiLiira isio From South' Prom Prom New York. Bremen. ., Batarday. Saturday. HKRHANN Jan. SS eh. 43 amptoa for new tors. Wednesday Feb. Bnuititoa...feb io Mar 25 Mac April May Jusa July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dee HSKMASN Mar a April 19 23 i.v)iu.niua..jpru 13 May IT HBKMAJ3 May 17 June 14 WASIUKGTOS..Jon 14 July 12 nci.UA.,., Jl Aug VASHINGTON..ug 9 ?ent HERMANN Sept 6 Oct WASHINGTON.. .Oct 4 Not 9 6 4 1 10 HERMANN Nov 1 Nov WASHINGTON.. .Nov 29 Deo 29 27 Dec 31 StoppingatSonthampton, both going and returning, they Cabin Saloon, 130 dollars; First Cabin, Lower Saloon, 110 dollars: Second do. GO- dollars All lettsrsand newspapers must past through tlie Post Of fice. No bitl of lading win Weigned or parcels recolved oh the wj ,vi Wilis, i An experienced Surgton is attached to each ship. Fof freight or passage applr in C. H. SAM), 1! South Wriliamstrrrt, New York. .CROSKEY. 3c CO, Svstbamnton. WM. 1SEL1N, Havre. )aa23 ly .EXPRESS iNOTlCK. " MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL ROAD. THE "ADA JIS EXPRESS COMPANY" have mad it rangr mtnta with tbe above Railroadifor a Daily Ex press Line, and are now pr pdi3 to- rtcmve and forward Frsicht. Packazea. Atf. "br PtowmA-eT TraTnX fh llnnvlil. Decatur, Tnscumbia and, Inlcratedoie nAiliona on tha M s u. and ii. a u. liailroads. Sptiirackjges at.reduc.-d rates. 37 Messengcra leaye NalhrsHd daifjlat 7 o'clock; a m. J3T! Fre'ghuto be torwaraed by-ExTress will be called for without extra charge X. K. HOLT, , Agent. CAJJIN .PASSAG B FROil CHARLESTOM TO NEW YORK, T WENT Y-.FIYB DOLLARS, United States Mast L7me NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM SHIPS. Through in 48 to S3 Honrs. SEMI-WEEKLY. Nashville, 1300 tons, M. Berry Commander. Marion, 1500 tons. W.J.Foster. Commander. Jas. Attger, 1600 tons, 8. C.Turner.CDmmander. Southerner. LOOOtons. Thos.Ewan. Commander. k. liCiiv taAdtrer a wntrrea.arerr wmnen. ! day and Saturday after Xte arrival of the He cars from the Sooth and f?st. "at high water. These -Steamships -were TtU built expressly for this Adue sou ior sateiy,. speed and comiort are unrivalled on uic vonsi. Tables supplied with evjirlnxnrr. Attentive and cour teous Commanders, will insure Travellers by this Line Cabinpassage, .,... .............. i$2, Btteraze passare. '. .v. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room, Ac- vvuiiuwauum. apply ko l HENRY HISSROOM, Corner East Bay and Adgeis South Wharf, febl8'56 tf Charleston, 8. C. ' FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, JiC.,AC.,AC. SAVANNAH A CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP LINES UABLM rASSAUEfSO; HTEEKAUE $3. The well known first class Steamships lKEYSTONE STATE, tCAPTAIN R. UARD1E, AND STATE OF GEORGIA, 5 CAPTAIN J. J. GARVIN, Willhereafter form a WeeklvLine to Philadelphia, aaiho. every Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles ton, as follows: The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the.fol lowing; Saturdays October 4th andlSth. November JsL. 18th, and 29th. Leaving Philadelphia tbs alternate Sit- uruajs The Keystone SJate will sail from Savannah the follow ing Saturdays October lltb, and 25th, November 8!h and22d, December 6tb and 20lh. Leaving Philadelphia In strength, speed and aecotnmodattont.'lhese shins are fully equal to any running on the coast Inland naTlga- uou,Auvinim on ueiaware itiverouacayjiwo nights si eea. FOR NIAGARA FALLS, THE LAKES AND CANADA, SBOSTES2 AND CHEAPEST SOUTK. These Lines both connect at Philadelnhin with thn Great Northwestern Railroad Route through to Niagara Falls or Buffalo, in 16hours from Philadelphia. Throngh Tickets wnu me privilege oi stopping at rnuaaelphta and Inter mediate points, tor sale by the Agents in Savannah and Charleston. J3ST Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, J23; to Elmira, $2S; to Cacandaigua, $27. Agents at r-hiladelphia, HERON A MARTIN. Agent at Savannah, C. A. GREINER. Agents at Charleston, T. 8. A T. G, BUDD. oct7'56 emd B. O'KANIT, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MEBCHABT, AND DEALER IN FOREIGN A DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Bonth-Eastcomerof Church and College Street. Nashville, Tennessee. Gash for all kinds of Produce. WHEAT, lirE, BACON, FEATHERS BEESWAX, WOOL, &c, 4c, by R. O'KANE, janS'56 3. E. Corner College and Church sts. ONE HUNDRED TONSPITTSUURU IRON, well assorted, now in Btore and Ior sale low for cash by jan3'5t Fiji A E !? nc A w 100,000 Pounds Well Dried. BACON WANTED FOE CASH, IUUEDIA1ELYJ marlD-tf R. O'KANE. Iiondon Lady Potatoes. 1 n i BUSHELS received atfd for sale by 1UU apio R. O'KANE. Jamaica, "iirn. A GENUINE ARTICLE, warranted pure, suitable Tor Medical purposes, for sale by P K.U hANE. NEW ALE. Kfl BBLS received and for sale low by 03 janl R. O'KANE. Wheat: WlieatJ Wheat: THE undersigned will make engagements lor XVheati be delivered in August, if application is madeimme "iaWy. K. O'KANE. July! TXTOOLI WOOLl WANTED 1-OR CASH. BV R. O'KANE. TV j jnne!8 CIDER! CIDER,! tt anted frr cash, 5t,o barrels Apple Cider by cp2 R. O'KANE. CIDER VINEGAR xpre.'sly lor family use. For sale by, jan3'CB IL O KANE. 7IUKSH XVALKUKLS ALL. 25 barrels Walker's nair boxes btar Candler, received this day by steamer Allda, and for sale low by (novao McCKEA & TKHKASd. HISKY, Ac iliO barrels Pike's, Dean's, and Or. ange Valley XVhisky; 40 barrel, American Brandy ; II " " Gin; 30 " Old Monongahala Ryo XVhisky; 15 " Old liourbon do; rreelvsd by steamer Cremona, and for sale by nov30 McCREA & TER R ASS. 'I'OltACCO. 50 boxs Ijinghora an Armilead's"celeb7r ted Tobacco; 60 boxes Armstead tc. XX'armlcks 5 lumps; "J boxes Hare's cvlebraUd Chewing Tobacco; 75 boxes Haley's Williamson county Tobacco; all of which we will sell very low at tbe corner of Broad and College etreet. nov3'i McCHEA As TKBRASS. Y AfiGHORNE Jc tVK.UsrEAL 25 boxes of XJ this celebrated chewing Tobaccw received new cron and for sale. M'CREA A TERRASS. INDIGO. Two cases best just received and lor sale by sept7 M'CREA A TERRASS. JAVA COFFEE. 0 pockets very nne just re- t) ceived and for sale by sept? M'CREA A TERRAS3. GLOVER At CO. CU Y EXPRESS PACK A GES TjAKCKLSand Baggage delivered lo any part of the olty jl wim aespaicn ana saioiy. Feeling that such an enterprise was very much needed, they have Inc." red heavy expense to get up a neat and quick conveyance, and hope by prompt attention to business to de serve the patronage of the business men of the city. Mr.A.L. XVestbrook, late messenger of Adams' Express Company, wlllhave charge of oar Wagon aad receive and de liver Packages at any point In the city and suburbs. Charges very moderate. ,., , Office Ne. 3j Cherry street, up stairs, over XVm. L. Boyd's jr. ' nov 11 6m. piano iwrjaa, LookiBg Glasses, &c- YX7E hare now in Store a fine stock of rraBn-s W. Pianos, Melodeons, Window Shades, MmHK Artists'llaterials, Ac, and are stiU manufac-rj 3 4 U U turicg Inside Blinds, and all kinds of Gilt Works bare t ecently added largely to our stock of ORNAMENTS FOR MIRRORS, &c. In a word wo intend to KEEP UP WITH THE-TIMES, please our customers and utocce them to patronise boss instead of sending abroad, octll-tf W. R. FREEMAN. Sewanee House, COLLEGE STREET, NASUVILLH TjarSEEK WILLIAJI ROBERTsTpeiSctiJ; fLATX or Trass anu:rai;i pHE, subscriber has recently taken, thi. -sfbIL gjJfc- x xnown establishment is rcntung autLJAosv CmB ; ougtljr renovating it, and hopes soon to kaTenwjfjB; Such condition as not to be inferior to nnr- hmu. n im. city. The Proprietor hopes by his x;rtions aadthxeof bis Assistant, Hr. Craddock, who formerly presided at the CitV Hotel! to ha ahln tn ra aka hia hnBaa'snrllrr nt inr bstronized br tha nnhli shall be spared on his part, to merit the afprobsiion ol those who may favor him with their patroacge. Hem pectfullj solicitsa trial of hishouje. 27 28 tep-itwaw tf WM. ROBERTS. BELL HOUSE, I 18 IS- 13 WILLIAM McTEER, Bropiixtor. COSXXS Or KAI.V AD STATE STEMT Kg" Four Horse Mail Coashca tears dullr'l ?Lf rtc Inafc. 8 5 3 A. M., for Montvala Springs, fioaelJ-lf JEFJFEKSOiV HOUSE F. W. COLLET, ProBticter. SO. 20 AND 22 MARKET STREET, NASRVtiLB TSNN, THia well established house, bavins been In operailoo a good many years. Is now ready for thecoomraodallon of transient co'tom, at al per day. The house Is large and airy, convenient tn lh steamboat landing End the basineijbonsrt. liAMAR HOUSE, Poimsrly Coleraaa House) KNOXVILLEy, TENNESSEE,. S.. & S.LANIER, Proprietors'. Mr. STEElue Linilclatsofltin LaalBp Hanu ar..n Ga., and Saxrsoif Lasux, lata of Tnskepe, Al.., wul be happy te meet all friends and east jaers at the Lamar Iloute. whie they have aaipla accommadon for XjO perstxu. nori ii VALUABLE LaiVU NJ1AK NASUVLLLC Vixir v a r AM authorised to sell and make complete titles to the Tract of Land upon which tliale it. P YTillvj- re sided, and the lot upon which the Blacksmith Shop-Is slln ated, and the slaves and stock oa the place. The pine is situated oathe Gallatin turnpike, ana is intersected by the Nashville and Louisville Railroad, is near enough to NuhnUetoxnaks it a convenient country residence tor Serpens doing business in tho city ; has as fine a springas lere is in the State, and is ,nr,"!iM ci tirlunn in!. seierallcts, each Of which would afford oeaatilhl budd ing Sitiuucnsfrontlngthe tnrnoikeor rxilrovd. Itm ao thonwd to tell the enure Tiact tn a body or ta parcels, and on such credit as 1 may diiem expedent. I shall be cm thaplaefrdundg befiistandsect.ad wnels of Novem ber next, and will receire proposals for the ;pnrchae at private sale of all or anr ot the ahara niraed rl ap.rl wr. Aonal property. In the nean feme any person dislrinr to examine me property can do so by calug oa Mrs. Agnes, XX alker on the place, and proposals to purchase can bo nude taher or John Tavlcr or Mith.w a lint, an lh. nl.m or addressed to me at Trcntun Gibson county ..Teun. BPnt9AtF U4UI111 u-Tti r, iO'm ... A SHALL FARM FOR SALE NEAR NASH VILLE. I HAVE for sale about 70 acres of Lttd, 3 miles frcm the city, in a good neighborhood. onaAhird lar. ed and the balance heanlr tmbersd. The entlra Tim! ia splendidly set in Bine Grass- I will divide it tato two or ronr parcels it the entire Tract can be dispcted of, or the whole to one purchaser, on 'literal terms. There are four beautllul Bmldinir 5?iti xcimntihU nf being made ashandsoma as anyplace about Xiaabville. For further particulars call and sea me at No. 9 College street, and 1 will offer a splendid bargain. J. U. fllE- IJIPORTED MALTA JARHS. FORsaleat my Plantation, in Williamson eocnty, fo cash or on time. FIVE BLACK JACK'S ihr. r old, Imported from the Island of Malta, cf pure blood. jja-nuusw JA11M tU W1LSUW. Land and Seerocs For Sale! bN THE NASHVILLE Jt CHATTANOOGA RAILKOAD. THE owner would sell on accommodating terns, or ex. change for Koal Estate In Nastirllls, about Six Hun dred Acres of rich lSotUiia Land, and Twenty superior Ne groes, together with Mules, Stock, and Famine- JUnpls- menla. For further Information annlr to tha Tm!aia Bank. fi..h- rllle.Tenn. f- vll tf. THE JC1YR IS Rls'lM G-t have S3 negrooilr sale, among them seTeral good maeoaalca nncer gocd . ' t ."wv mi,,inriiicT uir s. a will saua-ooa osrgaius to persons wishing to buy and keep tbsm In she city. decs UEEftXV.rOKTZK. .'VEliuiiOi s'i rr am p BV virtue of a decree of the County Conn of Darldson .. county.atlls September Term. 1828, 1 will sell oa tha Publle Sooar. In thtieltr nrN'M.hwiit n h- rrii-T- n.v CF JANlAKV next, three negroes: Girz. Jlm.aadPhillls, tde property of Elizabeth Cariwrteht-uofM. on kcwiit .r six months, with Interest from date, with bond amfapsroved security. Hold foi a dirlslonamoDr tha heirs. novgi td ARis BKOtVW, ComV. K.II.BKOCKWAY &Co WHOLESALE DEALERS AND MAN UF A CT ITRER3 01 Gentlemen's Clothing, IMc.72 1-2 Public Square, TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. OUR Stock of Gentlemen's Beady Madt-CothDT for the Fall And Winter trada It nn. mmnii .n.K.i-..-. variety of styleand fabric tobo fonnd tn the Eastern Markefi Our business being strictly and exclusively coaflned to tha Manufacture and sale or Clo thins , enable ns to ofler greater Inducements than anr oth.r honu imK. ....i . alone be suffldent guarantee to all who purchase Ready Man. Hlnlhln. . n .1 . t . ... . : '.M.a,i.. wufpij fcaemseivfls wiia a muca largervarleiy of styles and aisorunentorslzes, at a lass price by making therr purehsaes direct from the Manufacturers. "Ci -jo u K. xt. BROCIiXVAY CO. fJasImlle Sewing Machine CompaHy. Kos.71 1-2 EAST SIDE OF THE PURLICSQUARE, NAtSUVILLE, TENNESSEE. fPHESE Machines are now veryjnstly considered td be the J- best in use,hartng the advantage of all others In the simplicity of tho.- nstrnctlou, tha speed and beamy of their work, and tbe great atreneth ef their rm. i iit-. ... others In use, they form a seam with two continuous threads from ordinary spools of cotton, silk or lines making .kcoi at every stitch which prevent, tho wort Irom ripplnr uc any circumstances whatever. The nrsland highest premiums have been awarded. to thcan Machines at all the leadlnir Fairs lhmnhni m. -... andEurope.andthelnventornow reinlce. In thn n,n..nK. stantlal reward of the largest patronage ever bestowed upon any Sewing Machine In hflropoor America. suey are 01 ins mgnesi nnisn, ana of every variety of size andstyle, and adapted to all ths wants of the Stwinr coin- mnnltv. They are all secured exclusivelv to ths nrnnriainn t. ters patent, and arnfre from ail legal eoniioversy. Great palnshas been taken to adapt these Machines to PtAutatloii sewing, and they are now so simple, durable and eaallyruu and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond competition for this work or for the manufacture of hravy or light bags, for Corn or XVheat, bo machinery has ever been invented to surpass them any person aflaroce hours practice can make from 400 to 700 corn sacks per day .(none machine. These machines are also equally well adapted to the manufacture of all kinds of clothing, coarse or ifne.aa well as general sewing, quilting, stitching, 4e. These as. jhlneaareao arranged as tomakathe stitch any length da. jlred.andtoaew with ease any and every seam In any gar ment, and the durabllltr. recularltr aud hmntr r tiA.t. cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by the most sklllfjt hands. We shall at all times keep on hand a nil assortment of Ibese machines, and most respectfully Invite the nubile gen erally ta call and see them In Use, aad give them a careful examination and be satisSed that tha hair told. daeSS If AiOYS CLUTlllrsU. WE hve Just received an extensive assortment of Boys' Clothing, of villous it visa and nrim. whl.h we respectfully invite dnr friscda and tha nnhlti, wan. erally to call and examlno. We are also constantly 'e ceivinz trentlemen's Over-Coati. Tlroaa hnd Vests of every deseriptua. Ourstookof Furmshioir uooos is now complete, all 61 which In addition to a heavy arrival of Cloths, Cessimeres and Vesting! In the piece we flatter s Metres will offsr Ind ccsments rarely presented to tbe citizens of Nuhvilie. wptic CUTtm A ABBOTT. THE SCItNCUlltKirs HAVE jngt opened a Tery handsome assortment of Furnishing Goods, comprising a grnt variety ot" Gloves, Suspenders, Neck Ties, Mack aad Fancy Stocks. Linen Cimbrie Handkerchiefs, Lambs Wool aod Cotton hair Hose. Gents Shawls and Mufflers, Ac, Ac, ail ot w bich will be sold at fiir prices aepuo II i;i.ir tun or AUIIUTT. Harvey in IashviHc. THE eminent " Haevst," so wsil known to every gen. tleman in PhiUdelphta as the most successful Cutter of garments, Is now at our establishment. Not 15 Cedar street, and is prepared to take measures, and to exhibit a fine an asaortmenl of Cloths, Cassimersand Vesting, sa were ever aupuyeu in f asnvius. 'Jur atocK ot tieady Made Clothing, both gentleman's and youth's, is now full, and our Furnishing Department contains every article comprised under that head. octU-tf CLIFTON A AUBOTT TOJIILLOXVNERJi.MlLL-XVRlUUTS.iKO.N Founders., and the Public Generally of Nashville, and the Surrounding District. TUAVE commenced tbe business or Pattsra Maiin? and am prepared to snake patterns or Cost Wheels Water Wheels, Pulleys, and all kinds or fixings for mill.' g arinar. To iarmers and others in tha mnin i uil also say, that I am prepared to make Threshing Machines. V.n Iftll. V.n ..n ...... . '" """i vjuncis, ur rsiix tnosa mas are ont ci order on tbe most reasonable terms, and hope, bv mr constant and unremitting attention tn bnainaas. I w.M r.i. . ahareof public patronage. Place cfbaslnesa. Washington street, booth of the Blind Asylum, between the Murfrtee. boro and Lebanon turnpikes, and can be fuund by en. quiring at Mr. glade's Grocery on tho Lebanon turnpike v,'". Am n II f-:TV OT11I DUWhtju1 NOTICE. MERCHANTS' BANK. I OS andafUrMondar next, the 17lh.inslanCthts Bask artll be opaoed at 9 o'clock, A. M aad closed at 3. P. M ovl-lm JCH5 PORTERPILD, Casiutr,