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NASHVILLE, TEM; MONDAY, JULY 10, 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3392.
C 2 , . . .,,v
DAILY TRUE WHIG.
PlllrTV.n AUD FrBU?B BT
B. R. McKEXXIE AND GEO. B. BROWN,
rDi? twh Fin or
B. B. McXESNIE CO.
OFFICE ON DEAIlERICK STREET.
KATES OF AWVERTISINCi.
Newsr-aner proprietors generally, and especially of this
tlty, under the usages and regulations heretofore preva- ing
re called upon to perform more labor wilhoat remunera
tion, than any other cla.s of community. The gratuitous
publication of charity and religions advertisement, nd com
tnunications, tributes of respect, obituaries, Ac. Ac, which
can only be inserted at a heavy cost to the proprietor, Im
pose upon them a burden so onorous, that they feel called
upon In self-defence, to check the abuse, by malting such
publications a charge, to some extent at least, upon the par
tie more mmediately Interested. In this they are but fol
lowing t!ie example of the press in other cities, impelled by
aetiofite lntrinic propriety, and Imperative duty to
themselves The subscribers have, therefore, united togeth
er In a mutual agreement, upon the io lowing specified terms
or the publication of these ai well at every tort of regular
For each square or 12 linesorlesi of brevier, or lOIineior
less of nonpareil, for the lstltsertion '. $1 00
For each additional insertion, per square.. 50
For one square,! month daily,. .15 00 each additional fl 50
do changeable at pleasure,
Each additional square
Tor on t-inare per month, tri-weekly $4 00 each add. J 00
do do S do do 6 00 do t BO
do do 8 do do 8 00 do 4 00
do do do do 12 00 . do 6 00
do do 12 do do 19 00 do 7 00
do do changeable at pleasure, 25 00 do 7 60
Patent Medicines will be published at f100 per column
dily,or$75tri-wfcrkly with 5foreach renewal.
Steamboats running to New Orleans will be charged 10
or the season; and when running to St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Ae. 15 for the eason nf not more than six months.
.The privilege of Yearly Advertisers is strictly limited to
. their own immediate and regular business; and the business
of an Advertising Firm is not considered as including that
. cf it or individual mrmbers.
Advertisements published at intervals, vu: weekly, or
monthly, are charged tl pw square for the first, and 50 cti
or every subsequent insertion.
Call on persons to become candidates, will be Inserted as
Other advertisements, to be paid for Invariably in advance.
Announcing candidates for County and State offices j,and
for municipal offo! 3, to be paid in advance in every In
stance. . .
AU advertisement for strangers or transient person to be
paid in advance. m " . .
Advertisements not marked on the copy for a specified
time will be inserted till forbid, and payment exacted.
No advertisement can be in-rted gratuitously.
All advertisements for charitable institutions, fire compa
nies, ward, town, and other public meetings, including rell
Klous notices, to I charged half price.
Marriages and deaths are published as new. tW ObiU
uai ies. tributes of respect, and funeral invitaiions as other
Regular advertisers and all others sendfng eorommilca.
Hons or requiring notices designed to call attention to Fairs,
Poirees, Concerts, or any public entertainments, where
charges are made for a-lmittanc, all notice of private asso
ciations, every notiru denned to call attention t private
enterprises calculated or intended to promote individual in
terest, can only belnserted with the understanding that the
tame is te be paid for. If inserted in the editorial eolumn
(which can be only at the discretion of the editorsMhe same
will be oharged at the rate of not lens than 20 cents per line.
The undersigned, publi-hor of daily and tri week ypap'rs
In Nashville, pledge ourselves strl'tly to adhere to the above
biU of prices, and In no Instance to deviate from them.
It. R. MrKKNNIK A CO., True Whig Offlce.
J. 1.. MARLING A CO., Union and American.
W. F. BANG A CO., Banner umce.
A NOEItSO:, S. 1, dealer In Ljce and Fancy
S. Ooods, Ac, c.,V.nlon sireci, no. o, """ ""'' "
and Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn. aecal
1)1 ItU V, W. T. A" e:0 Wholesale end Retail
J dealers in Book, stationery, Ac West tide Public
CI.IFTON A- A IIIIOTT., dealer In Gentlemen's
Ai.pr.rel nnd Furnishing Goods, Cedar ttreet, near the
Post Ollire. Je"
lOK.LtV II. A It. A CO., Importer and
I U'hnlnil dealers In Domestic Ii-y Goods, Hats, Lap,
Bonnets, Shoes, Brogans, Ac, north side Public Bq"re.
-aif aw X- ti.. Tmttnrtera and Wholesale dealers In
ftanle Goods. Bonnets,
HaU, Boota.hhoes, Ac, north side Public Square. Jel8
IAI.K A Cl'X'VIXCill 'rfs Importers and .iole
i sale and Retail dealers iu Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College st. between Union and the Square.
GKEEFir.I.l W A T. II. A CO., dealers
in l-iatiot, Cabinet Furniture, etc., College it. Puppliet
received almost weekly. Jl8
iTi iii'iIIOIT. I,'. V. Whob-sale and Re
ll tail dealer in Drugs, Medicine, I'alnU.Oils, Dye-stuffs,
etc, corner of Cedar si. aud the bquare. jeia
HOIJ.HS s'l Wholeside and Retail dealer in
Boot, Hioes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, etc., corner
f Cullege and Union streets. Jel9
LOO 71 IV, S. II., ole Airent for the Faiard Powder
Company for Tennessee, oliice corner Cedar St. and the
JVO, J. PI., House, Eign and Ornamental Tslnter,
J Han iters, Badges and Flair of every description neatly
e seoitcd, College t. between Union st. and the Hquare.
liiri l I . H. f Civlt Knirlnrer. Purveyor and
11 riratu-htsman. Also. Book Keeper and (Jenera Ao
eocintant. office on Pi-nng st. one door west of Clierry st.
OIC; A CO., Wholesale dealers In Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods, etc., North side Public Square.
RAiMAfiE A IICHCII, Wholeeale and Retail
o.Ueis in IUmi, Hboes, Itau and Trunks, College street,
nest door lo HiUman, Vanlerr A Co. jelo
S'l'EWAKT, ItOltl'.lIT, Wholesale and Retail
li alT In Groceries, l.iiiiiors, Boat Stores, etc.. Water t.,
ronting upier Meumlwat Landing. elS
W II ITEM A ."V, V. S., Manufacturer and dealer
in Printing, Wi lting, Wrapping Paper, east side Public
Zl .11 i:H.''I .", J. J!., Wholesale and Retail dealer
in !tum, Mediiines, Paint, Oils. Dye-tut!, etc., tlgn of
the Lion and Mortar, Market stM 4 doors from the Square.
KEDTJCTION OF FBEIGHTS
mon yvw voisk to ciiaklestos.
M'CREERY cSs HOOK,
C02OIISSI0I, AKD F0KWARDINO MEECEAXTS,
t liarlcatou, 8. C.
ttTIt l nrninntlv lltrnH Inlh.l.Ultl all kind of PRO-
DL'CE, to the ULCUV1NG AND FOKWAUDINO of
Goods, and to the filling of orders In tins matkrt.
The Pteam Php Companies hiring re luoed the freight to
eight cents per foot, make this the cheapest and quickest
r"le by w' t'h to ship Goods to Tenne-ee, AUbama and
Kentucky from the Northern Cities. All ship and forward
lugcharget wiJJ follow the foods to their destlaauon.
E. A. VINCENT,
ARCHITECT AM CIVIE ' EUIKEER,
C00PE1PS J3CILVI&0, CntKBY STCZMT.
IH.'M. A. JOIITOs.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND 6ILVEKSMITU,
. No. 49 caaaar araurr, (ouorsft't riui,)
..1 i , . .. .
-ro ii bp jui riTMTM i mi ot tie ana ian-cn
V" lonablo JEMKLKY, which he will sell a
Ur-i cneapaa can le bought In Nashville.
f A ' 1 will also manufactui
. JEWELRY AND SILVER WORK
of every description t order, a u,, ahorteet notice. FrU
VEll rPOOSf, FOIlhrt, KMMj. I'LATkl) AND FANCT
OOODcgectrall j kept iuoiuunij on haud.kK1 Icrsai rery
POTATOI-7 bids Ut. Galena LUh PoUtoe Just
received aa.d for sale I
m . IT. LrtOMI? A CO.
AY ew stud lira ullf ul Arttctrw ad
ded lo uiy useal supi iiea.
UVi out forget jy aplvndid Kudst Vatrr.
. W. lltNDl RMIOIT,
Corner cf Cedar tlirewt and the fqeare,
epr29 NabvUM Tcnn.
fill I'MI'S-I ease of fiesh Prune ,rwiv4 b
EA I .?( Pig Lead, just received and for sale fcv
I J (marM P. T. DICKa'T.
JUST IS TIKE.
WF hsve this dsy received hv rxprew, AI.EIANPIIi'8
KID GI.OVK.S1d aliite, li.htaad dark coloia.
Also, a few handsome
White RiptMks, 1
Poult deFoie, V for Evening.
w Moire Antique,
R. C. McNAIRT 4 CO.
' I.IOW GI.ASS.-A4 half boaee loll and 14
half boxes bxl'J Lawrena A VV hisctaati' Vilodow
Clate, in U and fur sale by
marll W. H. OOSDOIf A 00.
IVew York City Business Directory.
From P. M. PETTINGILL A CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, Nrw Tori,
And No. 10 State street, Borrow.
P. k Co., are Agents for the most influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both In the United Slate and '
FC'OTTEN ET A CO., Importers of French and
. other Kuropean Goods, No. 4 8 Broad street.
PATENT ELASTIC KELTS.
BITES A FltA!N'CE, No. 1 Barclay St.,
N. V. Caution. None are genuine except they have
the stamp of the Patent. All manufacturers and teller! in
fringing, will be prosecuted according to law.
OO.IIS TO LET. Four or Ave Rooma to
let. over the Bookstore of 15'.
dec2J W. T. BEERY k CO
T. EOI'IS POTATOES.-60 barrel Jn-treceiv
ed and for sale by ivr.i.
mir:5 lo. 0 College street.
JOHN B WF?T has now In store, and hourly expected,
nearly all kind of Machinery Findings, usually enquired
for here, via: . . ,
Machine Cards, Sheets and FUletting and Tackt;
Lace Leather, F.mery;
Bheep and Calf Top Roller do;
-4 Top Roller Cloth;
Harness Twine and Harness Eye,;
f tee! and Reed Blaies, all numbeYs; .
Phuttless with and without rollers;
Ring Travellors. all numbers;
25 and 80 inch Comb Plate and Card Cleaner.
IIAIIM S-S A.-iI CA1CDS.
RFCEIVEI) thi dav, 49 setts Eastern mde Heddle Fyed
Harness on Fhafting. Abo, 4d((. pair Cotton Hand
Crd.. mar!3-tf J NO. B. WFT.
TnK undersigned, late f Georgia, having removed to the
City of Nashville, offers hit service to the citiient of
Georgia, E. Tennessee and North Alabama for the purchase
of Dry Goods, Groceries, Corn, Wheat, Rye, Bacon, Lard,
Fine Horses, Mules, Cattle, and in short, every article of
trade offered in the Nashville market.
The MerchanU of Nashville are men of high character
and peeuniary standing, and have large and well selected
t'ockt that they offer on liberal terms, hich should induce
the merchants of Upper Georgia, East Tennessee and North
Alabama tj give the Nashville market a lair trial. A to
the Urocery Market, the propriety will suggest Itself to the
mind of every merchant in the section of country named,
a the most proper for their trade. ! '
The long connection of the undersigned with the Railroad
of Georgia, a General Agent, 1 re&Mirer nd Puperintend
ent of Transportation, a well a Agent at Chattanooga ev
erilyear for th Banking interest of Savannah, will enable
him more readily to inv. stlirate claims airainst Railroad
Companies, for lost goods or for damage while in transitu,
for the renewal or niscountof oo e or bills in bank, Ac.
AH letters inclosing orders aud money will receive prompt
attention, and ail ordor without the money, when satisfac
tory evidence of solvency and promptness accompanie the
tame, or the parties known to be such, shall leceive like
attention, when ordering articles that come under the rule
or cu-Vm of the market to sell on time. I will also give
strict attention to receiving and forwarding all good that
are not lo lie stored, that may be directed to my care. The
charge for the purchase of goods, Ac, will be fire per cent
commissions, and twenty cent lor each box or rackage for
receiving and foi warding. E. R. MILLS,
Post OOce Building, No. 8,
i RF.FFRkNCE? K. R. Ccn.rn, F,q , Pre,'t Central nail-
road and Bank; Maj. A. Pubtib, Pres't Bank State of Geor
gia, Bavannab; Iaaio Scott, Esq., PreVt Macon and West
ern Railroad, Maeon; Hon. Jous P. Kl", Pres't, and Gao
Yokoc, Hun'l Georgia Railroad, and . T. Coass, Esq., Au
gusta; M. j. J. . Coopia, Gen. Pop't Western and Atlantic
Railroad, Atlanta; Gen. A.J. IUnsru., Attorney at Law,
Marietta; Georok 8. HlaCK, Esq., Rome Ga.; Capt. Jisn
Williams and CoL J. A. Whitbsidi. Chattai.og, J. L.
MnhB and Jo. PR3"ss, Efqs., Kuoxville, Tenn.; WlUJAM
Maillir, Esq., Decatur, and Judg j Lake, Huotsville, Ala.
RICH SPRING GOODS.
W. A. A J. G. JltCLELLAJfD
WOULD call the attention of their friends, and buyer In
general, to the
Earget.1 and Most Elcjrnnt Stock of
M It I N G GOODS
Ever offered by them. This stock ha been telected with
unusual care, and at price which will enable them te offer
very great inducement tJ buyers, particularly to Catut
buyer. jnETROPOLlTAW STORE,
Ros. 51 and 63 College Street
EEEUAXT IRESS GOODS.
Elegant Plaid atnl pu iped Pol De Foi;
" " " " G ace, very cheap;
f aer Black Gro Pe Rhine, very cheap;
" " Mourning Bilks;
Elegant Flounced Bareget;
Rich Printed "
Euper Pliiu Bareges, In colors tnd black, Very cheap;
" 44 Cbal'ies, "
Elegant French Organdies;
" Primed Jaconets, neat styles;
A large lot of Printed Muslins, veiy low priced;
Cii'gUaun, PiiuU-d Linens, Clilnis, PrluU, Ac. Ao.
Rich Patln Brogaielle;
Mus'in Curtain', with 11 the TrltnmJcp
complete for putting up Curtains , made to iratclu
, . TAI'EE I.OIIDS
Our stock of f Uple Goo-1 i Very lirtre and complete
Irlxh Linens, Damaok lo.. Toweling do., Tickings, Linen and
Cotton bhevtiugs, Plaid miaiestics, Cottonades, l inens.
Drills, Tweeds, A pacas, Bombasine,, Drab De Ele, Cloths,
Caasimera, ettirnrs, Ac, all very ehesp, at
MoCLKlLAND'S METIlDl'OI.HA.N 8TORK,
apr( Nos. M and 53 College S reel
EARGE AM EEEGANT STOCK O
AT PEICES TO 8CIT TEE PRESENT CEISI3I
m. go pi itLiu sqiuiti:,
IS now prepared toexhibi Ms Fall Importation of r.tCH
FOKKIUN AMI AMERICAN Dttk" GOODS, compriwng
one of the most desirable assortments ever offered lecied
from the very latest Importations, and purchased under the
onxiTasv imMwitu (r mice ta tmb Eastuui Citisb.
U mter these ciicuntcttnce I leel gratified that 1 can offiir
tuca Induocmcuu a will enable all to purchase.
XIIAVE k large anl well selected assortment of Silk, at
ail prices, and well suited for the Fall Trade, Ac, via;
Eupcr Brocade Striped Silks;
Plaid Glacie do;
Gro de Apl'que do;
Plaid Mrip'dftiUtOgr 'l
Rich Poult dc Sol Filks;
" B'lk WaterM Kilks, aw
" Grod Rhloe BUka, aO
Challet Mlks, all orler.
Wedding and Evening dresses, (beauului varieue,) ltas
Silk of ail kinds, etc., etc,
WOOLLEN DEE5S GOODS.
PLAID AND 8TKIPD CAPUMKRES;
Tartan Plaids, (all color aud widths:
Real French Mei inoea, from fxie. and upwards;
Mouslln d Iuue, 8-4 and 6-4 width;
La tea's llacabaaioe;
White Cashmere de Eoosse;
Valeueia Kobe, (rich;)
Acd a graat variety f olner stjlcs, new and cheap.
. CL0AES,. TALMAS, SHAWLS, 4c.
4 PEAITULL variety ef Cloth and Velwt Cloak, Tal
Ix. ras, Crtaye bbawls, Tukenie aa4 Tbibbet Ehaale; Caati.
CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES, FLANNELS ft BLANKETS
f FRENCH and EngMsh Cloths and" fastlmere, to great va.
1 rirtv, Uviaking Cloth, Blanket ef all kinds, Satinets,
Jean, Tweeds, (aii wool) Plaid Linteyv, Real Wales Flea
eels, and all other description, etc., etc
fFDAU N Mlte Collar and Sleeve;
11. Trimmed I mUoUersd Coiiaretia;
" Lai-e do;
TmbmMrred Collars, Fleeve and UaMta;
Mouiniug Collars and bieeses;
Frtnca LoibniUiered Hatuiaerrhlrh;
" " liouruit lie.
Apllque Fprirs, C.oibuc flueaoiovs and Beads, ta.
I oibruiJrird ChrmiMiu and giarvea;
Valcnoicuxis and Maltese Lao and Edging,;
Jeoouct and beta d i,Ao.
LINENS, H0SLEBT AND GL0TES.
nrjLE Dae,ak.-t, -4. lft-4, 11-4 and It 4 Piilow-Caa
1 Unetia, Harnilev Pbetlng, Bad lye IXaper, Hucaback,
Crash. Napkin mnd rub LtnM, French Linva Canbrtck.
Jnglish.bilk and Cotton H ierv, Winter Hosiery, ll kind.
Ladies' and UcoUrnen, lid Glovea, Bavr and tijeailet
SHFmG ef all width; Bleacfc 4 and rewa Doaee
tks; Eaultoh and Amenraa Priou, llcyW't Prtoia, aud
great variety ef ether Gauds. , , ,
tJt d ekamtnewiy ssek ef tloorfji ' " t '.'
Te CAJIH !L'ytJUI end FI NCTCAL CnTOWTRS great
leduceroenl w01 be ocfd. ikS. MCUuL.
S. II. LOO.TXIS Ac CO.,
' ' WHOLESALE GROCERS,
FOaWABILNG AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS,
AD KU ASISTS I OB TUB SAXB Of
Hazard's Kentucky Eifie and Blasting Powder,
. BACON k BRO.'t SAFETY FUSE, AND
EougtvortU'e Sparkli'jr Catawba Wines,
, . 42 Public Square, NASH VILLLB, TENN.
1,5"0 keg Htiard't Kentu3ky Rifle;
200 X kegs 14 " " -
150 X " M "
1,000 kegt Blasting; 1W bbls do;
For sal by 8. 11. I-OOMI3 CO.,
J anS A (rents for Manuta'asiur
I?I.Ol'U, FEOI'II We are consUntly receiving
from T. J. Pritcaett k Co.'s Mills, their lest article of
Lafayette FUmr," in barrels and bag. This brar.d Is now
considered the best Family Floor used. Every barrel and
bag is warranted good or the money returned.
JanSS S. H. LOOMIS A CO.
raiJKAS HODOB MtLSOJI WAXKa
HODGE ft WALEEE,
Rarbcra, Hair Urcaacra, Ac, Ac;
No. 18 Cedar Street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
customers and the public in general, inducements never
before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our house,
we feel confident that all who give ut a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair dressing, 4c., we
have large, commodious ard neatly furnished Bath-Room.
Thee are the finest in the city, and at to convenience and
comfort, cannot be surpassed in the country. While pan
ng, gentlemen and patrons, just step in and see with what
magic we "make the hair fly," and what a salutary effect our
pure water bas upon a wearied and eotte body.
H FARE REDUCED. jjjgt
Cabin Passage to New York $20.
; UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
The new and Splendid side-wheel steamships
KOXVILLL, 100 ton Capt. C. D. Ludlow,
Alt. L.ST A, J500toni Capt. T. Lvow, .
CLOU IDA, . 1300 tons Capt. M. S. Woodbcll
AL.AUA.1JA, 1300 tont Capt. G. R. Bchehch,
Will Leave Savannah
EVERY WEDNESDA7 AND SATURDAY.
These thipe are among the largest on the coast, unsur-
Sassed in speed, safety or comfort making their passages in
) to 60 hours, and are commanded by skillful, careful and
polite officers. Having elegant stale-room accommodations,
they offer a most desirable conveyance to New York.
Cabin passage 0.
Steerage paasare 8.
Agents: PADELFORD, FAT A CO., Savannah.
8A.M L L. MITCliILL, 13 Broadway.
je26 r'ew York.
ii's r nrcivr.i-
I llMihds N. O. and Clarified Fagar:
115 bbls and hf bblt Recoiled 50 bbls Cider Vlrfgar;
noiasses; 10 casks Scotch Ale;
6WI kegs Nails a,orted; 50 kegs Shot and Lead;
oou rolls Kentucky Knpe; 1P0 dozen Brooms;
100 whole and hall boles Star 500 reams rapping Paper;
Candles; 10 1 1 to 5 gallon Demijohns;
!5 boxes Soap; 61 dot Tainted Bucktts;
Sd do Starch; 10 bbls Coppera";
60 doien Pick e; 100,000 Havann Segars;
76 bags Pepper, Spice and 10J,Oui) American begara.
For s..le by BKTMOm, FANNING ft CO.
J -25 Corner Market and Chuich streets.
WE are niniufactufing a choice artiole of Flour espe
cially for family use, which we offer to the trade ou
the most liberal term. All order left at the office will meet
prompt attention. j4 G. HAMMOND A CO.
' I '0E Subscriber r ropoaes to receive a limited number of
X Pupils, to instruct in ail the branches of a thorough
i:iitT!iH and Classical Induration.
Every Educational Facility will be provided tor the study
of the Natural 8ciences. There will be a good Chemical
and Philosophical Apparatus a & t'abinvt of Minerals,
and a well selected L brary, to which the student! may, at
all times, have free access. ,
- No Pupil under ten years of age can be received.
The 2it tension will Commence oa the F1UST MONDAY
Terms per session of fWc month, 1 10.
JOHN KIMBF.RLY, A. M,
Refereare is marie to tbe Faculty of the UnlveMtv of
Nor'h Carlina; to Professors Agaskis, n vman and Hertford,
of the Lawrence Soienlifio Sectiool, Cambridge; Hon. Tho.
Bragg, Governor of Noith Carolina; llou.Keuncth Kavner,
of Noith Carolina.
Any communication left at the Gazette office, will receive
attention. jeiO 2m .
ECO.-VOMY A!VU COTII OKT.
DE. C. W. CEOZIER'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, 1854, and which received the
Freminm at the Nashville Fair ia October
last. Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
flHF ander-lgned, having repeattdly been olii:ited to
A make consignment of the Patent Camphor Yt a.-h Mix
ture, hat concluded to sell no more county rights in this
flute, but will in futnre have th Improved Camphor Wa.h
Mi store put up and dittribuied throughout this Mate (ex
cept In the rouuties where the lights hive been diipoied ot)
and in the Htate vl Alabama. Aud that he mav he enabled I
more effectually to make this arrangement, he pr poses to
divide the patent lor IVonessee and Alabama Into l.ooi
share, ooe fuui th te be retained, and the remainder 750
shares will be offjred for 1. A person remitting ten
dollar will have one share in the Patent, to run fourteen
year from. July 11, lb54, and ill be at tbe tame time in
vesting also Ave dollar to be used in the purchase of the
ingredier,U, adveitising and the necessary expenditure of
the meant to prepare and distribute th Mixture for sale.
Consignment, wi.l be made to shareholder, (who may re
q iet it,) and to no other persons, to the amount of their
lemittauee. And they will be. allowed a coinmimion of S3
per cent on their tales, and alo tacir proportion of the
profits at larg.
Annual rxuiltit of sale will be mail, nWidenJs of the
pronts remitted to each thareholder. No debt will be con
tracted, nor will the Company be responsible for any, as the
burners rill be conducted upon tli cash system. ..
Any of those who have purchved patents for counties In
thl, Flate, Caa have the privilege of exchanging their righ s
fr share at the prices they have paid. Tiu exchange wiil
be made at the cost of the Patentee.
It it desirable to have at least one oi more active share,
holder ia each oouul in the Slate named. Subscriptions
for share Will be clued by the 1st September next. And
consignments of the MUture will be made very soon there
after. Certificates issued to shareholder,, who will requeet
me agency, n iney desire It.
The underMgnrd will act Agent until the shareholder
elect thee director to serve one year, who will Lave the
management until their eocceeoors shall be elected. - '
Newspaper ia Mobile, Montgomery, TuscW, Mants
ville, Taliadejra and Toacuinhia, that will pubd h thi twice
and other advertmmenta te the amount of ten dollar, and
toad eae oopy, will teceiv oes ahare. Addresa,
C, W. CROtltR, Patentee,
i23 ....... Kacxvllle, Teaa.
NEW - IX'liNlTl'BB'
FTII.L eomlngte K. W HIT ktmH,
wa Room, Ro. J College treet,I
wno loiemu m seep (nnsiantiy on e ;
hand every article in the Fnmilur
Hoe to tuit all mankind; together with Glrondoles, Lamp,
ana a goci assortmeni m Liocta. aiatraeie constantly oa
hand and made to order. I have on band at present a good
assortment Of Children 'l Willow Carrisges all cheap for cash
or rood psper. . D. W. DOlllila, Ageot.
IItl.MI OAltlri: !i:riS Just received a
targe lot ef rreeh (tardea Feed from D. Landrrth.com.
prising all th vatietiee brought to the market Ckbbag
dls, assorted; Onh ns, Radtaii, Falsafy, Beet, Ac, by th
t; Cxtra Early and Ka-iy May Pea; week or Mohawk
and Valentin Bean, by th gallon r ko,hl; Silver ktn
and Red Onion setts, by biuhel or bbt, and having sold aut
entirely cur eeut but year, can guarantee the present stuck
taberretb.Ae. . BilOWN k GKCbbd,
Ju3 3 Culleg st.
RtCtlTFD bv Cxpresa, the Unreet ebock of tCVMEt
Vt MAPl'lNtiS we Lave ever offered.
An extra lot ef FMBROIDERIES, In Chemisettet and Fkeeve.
Cotar. Collarette, Basques, ColUg Capea, Jaconet aad
twiu Band and KulSea, Ac Ac,
- , ALM), -
A tplendil lot of MOURNING COLLAR tod f LEETTJ
bulb separate and la aet. '
CM COODV. ,
Af .'1 lh Bli Al 1 1. . I ,,
- , - ' wiis cusp, irr-i ,
Tissue, (irgaadie, Jaeoacus Ae., e., ad ef which we will
ell at tiia lowest possi U pritee for cash, or te prvmpl buy.
yr oa Uw. I mar It) c, McSAlJlX A UJ.
EESIEAELE PECPEETT 1 01 SALE.
OFFFJt for tale. In whole or la part, my place La KJge.
eld, situated oa the Ga'laUn Ptse. lor Wrs&,aptHy a
Uii fwrii( W W Wrawlt MaVU W KaTI BTT.
mxri-T UlSIX LOODt
GESTS' B0TI2 CAET W. T. THICK 60 LID BOOTS.
I bv received a W of No. 1 doutl a:4 xf uoef
I eakT boourf the very best quality.
Genta' douW soled ealf fcaeee aad Vtbri T-i
v vaprrnnv waiaing ids erese Kwiaj
e P. U. Opoge) Gaiter;
Fee aaie at ssweet eaaa prtoee
RlACX a ennten,
foktw - - t C4.i tuett.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
FromVISCHER ft SCHELL'8 Gen'l Advertising House,
ArrLiroi'S BdilDlso, 846 and 843 Broadway.
. , . . , Late No. 80 Nassau-Street.
SCHLEFf ELUr, BE0THEES & CO.,
IV POKTEXb AITS CBALIR3 IS
Lruga, rainta, Oils, Eyet, Perfumery, &c, &c.
170 William Street, New York,
INVITB the attention of the trade to their large and va
ried stock of Drugs. Paints, Oil, Perfumery, Ac, Ae.
Ia addition to their regular importations of Staple Drugs,
they are also receiving, direct from the sources of produc
tion and manufacture, wipotie of Tooth, Hair and Nail
Brushes, Bronzes, Corks, Mortars, Sponge, French and
English Perfumery ,L :bins Extracts, and many other article
usually embraced in Druggists' stocks, which they are alio
enabled to offer on the most advantageous term.
Orders, either in person or by mail, will receive prompt
attention. je2S ly
WHOLBaLB asd BCTAIL.
- TIIOITIAS FAYE A CO.,
25G and 257 Broadway-, New York,
Directly opposite the City Hall and Park,
HATE constantly oa hand a full stock of Amerlcsn
and French Paner Hanrinr. Border. Firobna.rf
Prints, Curtain Paner. Bed Testers. Hiatue. Landsen..
Ac, of every style known to the trade.
Merc bants laying ia their stocks, can buy from first
bands, as we manufacture largely and import direct from
i rcucli itlanufacturcrs. for whom w are tola
agents in the United states.
Our retail department comprises the richest styles of Dec
oration,. Special Importations made, when desired, from
our splendid collection of samples. Artistic Paper Hanger
sent to any part of the United Btates.
NEW YOKE BAG MANUFACTORY.
HAM, Flour, Feed, Grain, Meal, Hominy, 8hot, Buck
wheat, Salt. Guano, and all nthcr kind, of bars ni!
and printed to order by machinery with despatch. Addresa
a above, 17 I'lattSl., IVcw York.
- THE BEST MA t BYE.
DR. 0. M. BALLARD'8 (new article,) received the high
est premium at the World's Fsra and Ambmcjs Issti
xrTE, where it was eiTrmined by the Dustisguishbd CHaMurrs
Dr. Chiltoh and Prof. Johx Torbkv, and pronounced the
BEST. For sale by the principal DruirgisU In this city
S'',,,V.1'.i:inf.ipHl0flicen(1 Store, Nos. 408 and 500
BROADWAY. New York. mar21-ly
FE0M NASHVILLE TO NEW 0ELEANS.
TII1COCGII IN FOL'K BAYS.
VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Montgome
ry by Kailroad. Ticket to this point to be had at the
General Stage Office, opposite tbe Post Office, and at the De
pot. Price 116 60. .
From Montgomery to Mobile by a double daily line (morn
ing and evening) ot stages and steamboats, connecting tbe
steamers from thence to New Orleans.
" H. I. ANDERSON,
marl tf General Sun't N. ft C. Railroad.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA EAILE0AD.
COLUMBIA, AVAYIVESBOItO, JACKSOX,
EAGItAIVGiE AIVB FIEITIFIIIS.
SPLENDID Four Horse Coaches from Franklin to La
grange, connecting at those points with the Railroad to
Tuacuuibia, Florence and TI ntgomcry,
Ala., and Abordce-n, Columbus
and Canton, iniss.
The fine Four Horse Coach Lines to these points, are all In
excellent order, making a close connection with the Railroad
at Franklin, Tenn.
Express Train leaves the Depot at
l'ulaskl and Elkton,
And to all places throughout the Southern country.
We have splendid lines running, connecting with the Rail
road at Franklin.
Pulaakl and Elkton,
Will leave Nashville on the 2 o'clock, P. M., Train, Monday,
Wednesday ami Friday.
Leaves Nashville daily at 2 o'clock, P. M., connecting at
Franklin with a Daily Four Horse Coach Line to Col .uibia.
For all information, through Tickets, Ac apply at the Gen
eral Railroad, Stage and Oinuibus Office, No. 4 Cedar street
opposite the Post Office.
N. B. Omniouse will call for passengers in any part of
the city. mai t tf
'Oil SALE I offer for sale in Owen's Plot of Buena
Viata, one lot containing: 8 acres, situated on the corner
of Cas, and Webster streets.
ALSO A lot ou 'he corner of Clay and Marr streets, eon
aining 6 acres, and one lot on the corner of Mai r and Clay
streets, opposite the above, 9K) feet front on Marr street,
and HO leet on Clay street. For further information apply
to R. A. BALLOWK, General Agent,
Jn28 No. II Deaderick st.
WE have now in store by late arrivals
tO hhda. N. O. Sugar, new crop;
100 bbls. Molasse, do;
loo do Dean's Extra Whiskey;
175 boxes halve and quarter Etar Candles;
80 do Palm Soap;
100 do Tallow Candles;
S Ji do Western Reserve Cheese;
60 bbls. Clover peed;
4d boxes Peter M. Boax's Tobacco, No. 1:
n . .... . ' 9 -
29 do Preston's d
74 do G.Boyd's do
19 do Boas A Goodwin's do
117 do Various Brands;
fW,000 Regalia Cigars, all grades;
Which we will sell low for Caab.
n. L00MI3 ft 00.
"BOOKS THAT Alti: BOOKK,"
AND WORTH BEADING.
GREECE AND TnE GOLDEN HORN.
Flood aud Firlo.
Inclb Sam's Fabm Fk.mcb.
Morsino Stabs or ni Nsw Woaxn.
Firrr V .- is llaaisruiaaa.
NOXAMTTH AND NaTICB.
Ltvae or m (jarrss or FitoLASD.
Tax PrtoaiMS or Wtunesiv.
llitxa, Laish abd Fobkm ctasama. , :
Tub Mossv Maieb.
i FcurrtBca Axn f airows.
Ta Nioots ia a Bab-boom.
' Tables ma Cameo.
Fiua Leaves. Second Series.
Memories) oveb the WaTIJU
Bebtba ad Lilt.
Ins Hermit's Deix.
lldVaT Moos and ether Comtca!itIca,
Misa Lbsub'b Buaviob Book.
This, TuaT axd Taa Orasa.
Tor sale by CHAKLxS W. HfnS
mar tea .
It EMO VAL,
tub rutin NASHVILLE ki ANlFAO
V-V TUliiU CUMPANT have retnoveJ their
Tlf P0 to Pooo'i bew aciLDisus, No. IS Col- ,
1 lege Street, Booth of Fprior. where thev willM
be pleared to attend to the call ef their customers. They
keep cons tan tlv oa band every variety of . .
F l It N 1 T V It E
Thankful tu the liberal patronage hvretofor received,
they solicit a continuance of the same, and hop to give gea
ralsatiatactioa. K. B. GR00MES, Pres t.
W L. Sues, Bec'y. jaalft tf
. HOME INDUSTET.
MEREDITH having enraged Mr. Oasuva Xnden
Labby. of Lvachburg. Virginia, aa XDerteneed To.
baeco Manufacturer, wiil conunu Hi manufactory of To
banco aader hit ropervmion, solely, at the old stand. College
street, from Teiiaesare, Kentucky aad Missouri Leaf, fur
the wholesale trade oaly. ;
An Tobacco soU by him It warranted to be as represented,
0I nrTfDRED TJiotwand lb. Bacon:
. lt0 bait. Lard, for which I will ray the nlret
narket pries in caa or grocerie. Abso, Feather, Wool,
beeswax, TaOow. Ginseng, aad it-, Ae-, ta exrhang tot
()e t-iit ai lf ANDkiitaOK.
NAPi:itWeareUitig Utter and Cap Paper by tbe
I rraa or ease cfceaper than II has ever been Mid D Lhi
city. Call and see oar paper at ea doiiar aad a quarter par
(rem befcryu buy e where.
, B. H. LOO M3 ft CO,
Jaoil Agent tor Maaataetarert
V EW GOODS,
OPENING THIS DAT BY
S. C Sic!, AIRY 4 CO.
ICn rE1XO FANS;
Embroiderie ia alt rarieUea; ,
French Worked Cap, , I
Kich Fveoing Drts;
- bilk aveotuf Drvaa;
A!l of the above are nk aew things, lost to hand.
octSA K. 0. Uc.NAlRT k
HAVING epeaed la ear new Dsn, No. U CnHere atrwet.
wt hope lo see ear el J frieo, aad ewsrs, aad aa
w are ituposed te do anything aad everything ia reaaoa lor
lixir aceow Kxiatlua, booe aoae wis) take etfeaew at, or dees
saareaaoaab la tbeekpue tswfeUawtagrakasWtbe)
latere conduct ef ear business.
N goeass sent mat aa ai'ieabaUea.
No aamplc givea.
Ha gaeds tAa beck er taeaaared whe eno besfVt.
he tooOt betubt bf sort r aoa verbal erdar wlUbe ta
Ban beak. K. C. MeXAlRT k OO,
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organised, according to char
ter, is prepared to write Policies against L093 or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Building,, Goods, Wares and Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by
Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Negro Policies granted at Current rates.
Office, No. 60 College street, East side, between Union st.
and Public Square.
DIBBCTOaS. ' . '
ANTHONY W. TANLEER, .
HENRY HART, .'b.,
TUUd. W. EVAN 3.
W. T. BERRT,
JOHN H. EWIN,
R. C. McNAlRY,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
James Waleer, Secretary. my8
TPFNNESSEE MAKINE At FIHE
X Insnranre Couipuny C itnl jj
1 150,000. Office on the north side of theKbi
Pubuo Square, mid way between the Nashville
Inn and Planters' Bank. They will make Insurance on
Houses and Good, of every description, against fire; on
Steamboats and cargo, agaiDst fire and the risk of the river;
on the cargo of Keelboau, Flatbeats, and other river craft;
and on Sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms.
J. M. HILL, President.
J08. Tim, Secretary.
Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods,
Alex. Allison, John M. Hill,
F. 1. Eogg, Jacob McGavock,
R. H. Gardner, Matthew Watson,
G. M. Fogg, Jno. J. White,
January 23, 1S52 tf.
riMIE MUTUAL PROTECTION
X Insurance Company of Nah
vine, umre on uedar street, adjoining the
Post Office, and opposite the Verandah, will in
sure on the mutuai principle, Houses, Merchandise, Ac,
against Inss or damage by fire. Steamboat on any of the
Western Waters arainflt the hazards of inland navigation
and the Cargoes of vessel cf every description against the
perils of the seas and rivers. Also, the lives of persons io
good health, for a single year, for a term of years or during
life. Also, Bank Notes transmitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property insnred In this
natitution, are entitled to a full participation in all the profit!
without any 1J utility to Ions beyond the amount of premiums
which they may pay.
M. 8. PILCPFR, President.
JNO. B. JOHNSON, Vice r Meat.
C. J. r. Wbabtos, Secretary.
June 6,1830 tf.
L. W. & J. P. FORCE & CO.,
WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE IIOTSE,
No- 21 Hayne street,
Charleston, S. C.
XTE Invite the attention of tbe Trade to our extensive
HAVE this day associated with m In the wholesale Gro
cery, Commission, Receiving and Forwarding business.
Mr. 8. N. Hoilingsworth, late of Clarksville, Tenn., under
the name and stvle of "Hart and ttollingiworth."
ocU HENRY HART, Jb.
HENRY HART, J a 8. N. H0LLINGSW0RTH
HART & HOLLUfGSWORTH,
WHOLESALE GROCEICS, CO II I SSI ON,
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
No 8 Market street, NASHVILLE, TENN.
Tltl'NKS! Till. Mi.S J I "
TCST OPENED, DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA, a large
J assortment of the best Sole Leather Covered
Trunk, 30, 23 and 80 inches.
B ack Iron Framed Trunks, Trny Tops, all sites.
Plain " "
A shlanl Valises and Bucgy Trunk,, No. 1.
All in want of Trunks of the very best quality, at the
lowest prices, would do well to examine our stoftk before pur
chasing. P. AM AGE ft CHURCH,
marl 2 42 College street.
SPLENDID ST0:E OF
NEW NT 1' EES CARPETS,
Opening this day, by R. C. McNAIRY k
TO WEAVERS AND SPINNERS.
JOnN B. WEST ha recently received the fol'owing ar
cles in the spinning and weaving line, via:
Revolving Temples, Machine Cards, Stripping Cards, Car
Plyers, Card Cleaners, Comb Plate, assorted, Emery, Pick
era, two kinds. Steel and Cane Haies, Shuttles, s'd, Lace
Leather, R.iller Cloth, Calf and Sheep Roller Leather, Har
ness Twine and Eyes, Ring SraveUers, from 0 to 43. Hemp
H0ZIEEY, GLOVES, 4c.
TCS''' received a large stock of White, Brown and Fancy
. i colored Cotton, Sua and Lisle Thi ed, Hose and Gloves
CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
ap23 No. 15 Cedar street.
CICiAItS l.00O extra Principe Cigars, received pe
J cxpresiUiis day by - WEASEL A THOMPSON,
OIVl'l'l'- 1(K) dozen Sco ch and Macoboy Snuff, in but
ties and keg), fur sale by
WES3EL k THOMPSON.
d AN TEL PIECES AND OTHER MARBLE WORE,
AT IlI.IlLfJLU PRICES.
LTUGH UENDERSON proposes to sell Marble Mantel
Ci. Pieces, Monuments, and a variety of other work, of fine
ITALIAN EGY PTIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
t reduced prices. nov?6 tf
ntl'tr papers advertising for me, will please copy the fore-
oing. u. II.
THT3 old established paper has a large and an Inoreis-p
circulation In lower East Tennessee, Georgia and
North Alabama, and is oRered to th llu.in, Men of Nash
ville a on of the bent ADVERTISING MtDICMS. Terms
moderate. IfebiJ-tf I. A. PARHAM.
M. W. ALEXANDER F. A. PARITAM,
I.TELEIENCE OFFICE ANB
C II A T T A N O O ; A . ,
T70R the collection of doubtful or ether claims; buying,
A. sel.lug, or reuueg lamu. lota, procaring sltnatlons, ate
Prompt attention and undoubted references when required,
ALEXANDER k PARHAM.
J. II. C V It II E Y ,
Cabinet Maker and t nrJertnkrr,
BEGS leave to inform his friend and the public gaaera'ty,
that he keeps constantly on hynd Coffin of every de
, scrlption, from th plainett servants' to the fla MeUlie air
tight and air exhausted Colli cs, the best now ia use t"T pre
serving me i-nrps; togetner witn good Hearses and Horses,
and everything necesary for buhala.
All orders left at my War Room, No. 51 Coopers' Building.
, Cherry street, will be promptly attended te, belli day aaJ
ght ,el It
' DISSOLUTION 0T PASTN1ESHIP.
. 'T'nE partnership heretofore existing between R. L. Cren
X, shaw aad D. V. Wright ha this day been dissolved by
I mutual consent. R. L. Crenshaw is alone authorised to set
I tie up the bailees of th late Arm. All persous indtbted
1 to the eooeera by note, account or etberwwa. ar earnestly
(cited to come forward and mak immediate payment, a
' lencer Indulgence cannot be given. All persons holding
i claims against th firm, ar requeUd to flie the asa with
Mr. Crenshw foe payment. R. L. CRENSHAW.
March li, laiS. (art D. 8, WXiQUT.
pHB andervlgned. late ef August. Oeergia, having pnr
A chased of We.srs. Ntcaoa. a PbaCdtb their stock, will
eoatina the Crmmiseloa and Grocery Bdslness, at their old
stand, corner of Market and Church street.
ssyl BETMOLR, FA-VNING k CO.
HAVING oU our stork of Me chandi to Messrs. Far
oca, Fasv; A Co., tat ef Augusta, Georgia, w
iae pieaaore ia recommending them to ear eastoescra, a
gentlemen tn ever way worthy their support ard patroo
age nylt tUCUoL At FEACOCIL
crvuni r nvvivp t. rn
oaaajauiu ia.Eii.iu v w.r
i (tctxxaanaa to aicsna, a raacoca.)
i XVIIOEESAEE CIIOCEIIS
; C02I2CSSION A5D FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AD DEALERS IN
J Eacoa , Lard, Cora, Wheat, Paathara, Boeravax,
. i Drl rmit, c,
Crner Jlarkel asset CIsnrcIa Strwwta
FAHs AND FAiCV OOlS.
WILLUX T A3 EES,
j i IO Park riae, Blew Yrk,
, fNTrTES t atUatioa of Soathera and Wetter afer-
' I ehrat la bs a a"- Fsa. Ceeaea, Hair, Teas and
Sail Brbee, Ladies' Reticule. Pesneaaery, Puap, Fwrta
Weanair. Jet and Bead Bracelet, Pucktt Bsxs Lrete
Ba mes, nw bbA KeedVs, Quo and Fyee, Watch Gatrd,
W as, Cwrai aad Gtaaa Uewd. WxAiMea, in, Ie.lt a Rabber
Cocab, Canoe, kij and Toys el every deecrtpMwv. cVa.
, sore, Raaort aad Cutlery, bold and Ci.l Jewelry, Aceoe-
dana aad , WM, locSu-ling a geceral and very large stuck
Ulrfs rrencei anw weracaa gaacy Uvc4a, wkstb will K
sold ai Lte Very ktwest prloM iur Caast er Arrauvaa Parsa.
Urden by letter elcid ae j pet p In th tM asitsr,
1LUAU tUtll, i Park r.ace, Xtw York,
f . . FVa til ibis eat. myt i.j
SEMI-WEEKLY NASHVILLE, SMIIHLAND AND
THE neat light draught Packet, Jk ?TTl -A
LID A, W.J. Habhob, Master, prpjr A
will hereafter run a a regular 1 'rT:--arrai
weekly Packet between the above ports, leaving Nashville
nv.ivii ruu luuiuium,!! io o ciock, a. m ., ana
Paducah oa TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 9 o'clock, P. M.,
stopping at all the intermediate landings.
lor freight or passage, having gooi accommodations, ap
ply on board or to A. HAMILTON, Agent.
mtrj- rjel8 o
REGULAR NASHVILLE AND PADUCAH PACEET.
- TEESDA ITS AND SATURDAYS.
I 'HE LVht draught paseenrer and.
J- Height steamer ROCK CITY hav-
Ins k... . v. 1 i. . . .
James Mills, will run above, leaving Nashville as specified,
at 10 o'clock A. M., and hopes by puDctuality to meet a lib
eral share of patronage. For freight or paseage apply on
beard, or to H. II. HARRISON,!
mar6-6m A, HAMILTON, nt-
NASHVILLE AND MEJIPIIIS
UNITED BTATES VATT. PACKET LIN 3.
J.G.CLINE. JOHN SIMPSON. CITY or ECNTaYILLK
For Memphis, New Orleans, St. Louts,
rHE splendid new passenger steamers CITY OF HTTST3
VILLE, Cablbb, Master, leaves Nashville every Mon
day at 6 o'clock, p.m.
J. G. CLINK, Jas. Davis, Master, leaves Nashville every
Wednesday at 6 o'clock, p. m.
JOHN SIMPSON, Jack Davis, Master, leaves Nashville
every Friday at i o'clock, p. m.
Connecting at Paducah with the daily Louisville and St.
Louis I'nited State Mail Boats, and at Memphis with the
splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H. S. W. Hill, Geo.
Collier and Ingomar.
Th e accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
pansenrer will And it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. L. DAYI9, I
JanS A. HAMILTON, f ".
JNO. S. & W. G, BE IE Jf,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE No. S3 Cherry Street. apS
THE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN, containing norm TO
SroBTsara, Norta on SHOorisa axd th Habits or thb
Gam Bikss and Wiu Fowl or esuin, bv E. J. Lewi,
M. D. For sale by C.IARLES W. SMITH.
marO'i a v a
JUSTreceivedatot of Shirt eolar of the nest eaaiity
and some of Uiem entirely newstvle-i.
CLIFTO's" A ARTtOTT.
ITEOI II I IOI ICIJ UOObarrelsofextraonband
A? Those who want an extra trt icle can get itat any time,
and at lair rate, by calling vt
TiWS R T. TFATMAN'S
H. SHEFFIELD, M. D.,
Rev. J. A. Bollsb, Qeveland, Ohio,
Rev. O. B. Psaav, "
Prof. 0. D. Wiluams, "
Prof. J. H. Pultb, Cincinnati, "
Prof. E. 0. WiTBtailx,
Dr. J. D. Aaa.tTaoaa, Louisville, Ky.
Rev. Charlbs Tohxs, Nashvilld, Tena.
Mr. J. B. Cba iqbbad,
Offlee No. SS'i Cherry street, up stairs, flv doors Fonth
of th Post Office. marll ly
NOTICE TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
S MARKS would most respectfully announce to the La
. dies and Gentlemen of Naahvdle and vicinity, that he
has opened a Bleaching and Pressin g establishment, where
he will Bleach and Press Hats and Bonnets in the latest and
most approved style, without injuring the Braid. He will
pledge himself to give general satisfaction to all who may fa
vor him with their patronage. Mrs. Marks, as a profession
al Milliner and Dres .laker, can always be found In the e
tablishment, with a general assortment of Trimmings, Rib
bons and Heady-mad Bonnet of the latest Fashion. She
will be most happy to wait oa all wbo may patronise
he', and will try every exertion to please.
No. II Spring street,
ft bS tf Betweea College and Market.
N. B. Bleachiug and Pressing for th trade on the mot
STRAW CI'TTERS FOR FIVE DOL
LARS A substantial article. Just received aad tut
ale by D. D. DICKEY,
fee No. 8 Colleg street, M ashvitl.
MANUFACTURERS AND MILLERS
V 7E are general Agents for the sale of all Cotton and
If Woolen fabric manufactured in the 8tate nf Tcnnee
see, and have appropriated a large and commodious room
solely fur their sale and storage. We have alio appropria
ted another room for the sale and storage of FLO Lit alone.
And we would respectfully call the attention of both Manu
facturers and Millers lo till arrangement.
oct W. It. GORDON A CO.
T CFT received a large assortment of fine Silk Cmbrellaa,ol
O all sue and colors.
CLIFTON A ABlKlir.
No. 15 Cedar street.
DR. EDWARD II LEE K E It St
For tk Ftvtr atut Ague and Chajrr Ftvrr.
riHE Proprietor ef this Medicine win state, without best
J. fa .ion or fear of contradiction, that the Stahtsd Mis
tcbb ha cured srtor. person where It has been introduced,
than any other Medicine in use for the above disease. Thi
medicine ha neither Arenc or Quinine iu it composition,
all of the InirredieDts are of a pera-etly healthy character
and bighly stimulating and invigorating in their tendency.
Person while using thi me lieine wiil not be elected by ex
posure to water or a damp atmospher no Bora than when
in their usual health. Planter in sections of the country
where the Ague prevails, will do well to adopt thi medicine,
as the patient I not obliged to lay by while under treatment,
and they may be assured of a (peedy cure. Tbe Proprietor
eould Introduce thousands of certificate from those of tbe
highest respectability, but prefer laying to the Sick buy on
bottle and you will have the Infallible proof la yourself. Full
directions fcr it dm accompany each bottle.
For sale at th Pbjsctfai DsroouT every where : whole
sale orders mast be edlreseed MEAD k BLEECKER, Soil
Paorirros,8S Broadway, New York.
Aesrrs: W. F. GRAY, NashvU:; J. WRIGHT A CO
5ew Orleans; A 8. SOL0UA3 k CO, Savannait.
LEATHER liEETlNtiOn band and tor sal
by D. D. DICKEY,
feh ' No. 8 Colleg street. NaahrflS .
MOEASSF.. 200 bbls. choice Uolaasee tor sale, ta
arrive per E. Howard left Nrw Orleans 9th March.
rl8 W, H. GORDON k CO.
RANDY Vcrr3EoglUb casks Co. Brand-,
80 bbbu 'ionongshela, Old Bourbon aad Uid Kj Whisky
10 Malaga Wine,
10 half bbla. do. da.
9 half pipes Champalgne Btaady,
1 Ptp UUaad Gin, to star aad asr J r
W. li. GORDON k CO
0. W. KEHDERSHOTTj
Cornr of Cedar Street And th Suture,
. - HAS n
s f 1 1 8d ba I
A I Alot of In
HA? received the most of his Spring stork.j
tbe pivasar or onrrlsf a ed..! ipirnju
Dratt and Medicines, and weald oflr ta i
Public tr.e purest article ef every kind, lttsoo y
a 1 1 m T M say l.' at all neuciae, aad evwy article told
by . are of tbe beat quality .
aris . O. W. tTENDEItSHOTT."
Tfut:sn LIJ1E JtICF.-.4d by
r apt U. W. UE5DKAU0TT.
O.HGRi:S WATER, LxiogwR K aster d, war-
raausU rmilsv. Dare Branttiee aud Wiswe tor uilinl
porpoM. bold by U. W. BENDIkaHOTT.
IMPSON A WOLC tS Aromatic Srhla
datu Khaaprs, said to be a very good atedleiaa.
fur sal by O. W. HKNDEBJUOTT.
O. W. HINDERS U 0TT.
STO'tE WAIIE-Far by
--S 6. W. H END ER5HOTT.
SV It F.NC E ef altneet every kind.
apr; q. w. HESDEaJHOTT.
Pt'RE UlatUl4 Uoao Valer.
apria Q. W. HXDESSUOTT.
VFI.i: 1.110HT31E1T tffsfaITaatK
tracts, variou kmd; ai tk be e"'' l"'"'
Fevtaieby (tprt?) . . A.JIAAUtm.
INUOW tiEASarWis-;i tF
aprSi . t-ABJiiiTr. -
rHKESE aa" Wse, Cue sa, reaaavw
I taie day a4 air F
WtSeti. k THOMPSON.
"WHOLESALE GROCER,- .
Commiaaion and rerwarding Tie re ha.
No. 1 and 2 Broad 8U NA?HTILL, tkmn,, -
STEWART & OWEN,
No. 51 Market street, a few doors below their a d stand, aad
next door to W. H. Gordon A Co.
Copper, Tin aa8het Iron Ware a.
K' f r constantly on hand an kinds of
Improved COOKING STOTES; also.
Stoves of varioas kinds, sack a Parler. HaiL
Eli.t.J I. ..... . '
'""i "o, ami iu plate stoves. Aieo,
. voi tove,or ait kinds; Enamel
and Plain Maotl Grate. Camm ...
Job Work oJ'j-lted, and executed with neatness and tea.
patch. Feathers, G.neeng, Beeswax, Pe.ter endd Copp
taken in exchange for wares, -c voppwr
thriV8ordT4.hOP 0Uf 'J castomer rtmember a la
FEAEN, DONEGAN CO., -Commiaaion
dr Forwarding Tlerrlianta
NEW ORLEANS '
Tho rVaro, Wm. P. Atwood.
Jas. J. Donetran, A. M. Hopkto.
They keep an o'fic at HanUvllle.
ept , lStTtf
E YON A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 1.1
amd laroeriuis or
FOREIGN WINE3, LiaUORS, CI0AE3 T0SACC0,
No. 19 Cedar Street, near the Post Ofllce,
NASHVILLE, TENN. I
ToaaooTLa t.l.absbau. w. t. dot us.
J. DOYLE A CO.,
Soap and Candle .Manufacturer, aa
Parker of Pork and Reel,
No. S3 Sooth Front street, NASnYTLLP, TENN.
Hijhest price paid in cash for Tow, Urease aad
PRE JIIUM EOOT AND SHOE MANTJFAlTOEtT
JAMES W. HAMILTON EBEN FCLLIK.
. HAMILTON i FILLER,
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY,
Corner of .tlarkrtnnd Sprint Slaw a
VE wouI,,m tor ur friends and the public that we
are still at our old stand oa Market street, where we
have on band and are manufacturing a much better assort
ment of work than we have ever before offered to the pubno.
ronsi.-ting in part of the following kind.:
Men's superfine French Calf Boots and Gaiterr;
Men's and Boys' fine Calf Shoe, Oxfcrd and Monroe Tie;
" Boy.' and Tnuth' Calf and Kip Boots, water-proot;
and Boys' Kip and Thick Boot, double and sing! !
" Boys' and Youths Kip. ooea,
Double Sole Sfgro Ilroans.
Houne servanu' Shoes, heavy and light;
Youths' and children's coarse and fine Shoe.
Ladles' and Misses Calf Boots, sewed and peered
" " " Kid - - " "
Frei ch Mo.
" " " Taoipico "
" " French Morocco Boots, tewo 1
W are making our own work from select stork- and la
good style, and warrant every part of the workmansh n.
Prices low aad rsiroaa.
rW Work made to order. Also, repairing prompttr aad
bbatlt done. r F mmm
W Caah paid for Hides or taken in exchange.
mil 3 ly HAMILTON A FCLLFK.
SUPERIOR PIANOFORTES. 7
J-0. 15. WEST,
HAilrJf ,t-0r Urr' ,ttPP'F of PIANO -j
FORTES, of very superior toue. . st, 1.
and finish, of 6, t, i, and I octaves, mia- 1X1011
ulaotured by ' 1
11 all Davs k Cot, Boston.
T. tiujssT A Co., B.itoo,
, . . . J Class, New York,
hich, fcr durability, perfection and volume ef ton, ar
1m '21'" Dy mmken knon in nl aarke and
. Wllldl9r,8 ' manufactorer'e price, with th
ad.1 ition ef carV- Those wishing to pur. hale woold da
mm U apply oe.s a h as eulte crowded, and anxious la
cl , to make room (or other very soon expected.
GRISWOLD'S COTTON GINS.
niTlt subscriber being agent fcr the sale of the above gias.
X will keep a supply ea band, or furnish Planters at abort
These gin have the character of making good lint, fin
ning faster, running lighter, cleaning th rd better, takina
eut more moat, aa trah, and having boxes more durable
indiMnniHtinitflf. fh-r. . ..I ; , .
- " "j v.tci s,u now in use, aaei
are offered on term more advantageous to the parcbaaer
n.unw-Knj rrierencr can De given to eetabllaa
this rrnutallon. which ih.v - . . . . - , .
" ; " "".tio snaiDiaia
oa trial, if used according te the directions sens with each.
J 0 1 t f IM W W.. . . . .
RANAWAY from Nashville the negr womaa MINXRYA
of a dark coppei color; very fleshy ie kablf; bavlrg
quit a premmcat eye; walksawkwenlly; mm 5 fevt t eri
Inches iu height. She has been employed in Nashville aa
seamstress several years and may be lurking about town
preparatory to making her escape to a free Slate, having re
M.II. K ...... .1 . t I 1 . . . ... . . ....
. w tu urr- ten iu m sitcmpi iu gei ou. jr tasea ewt
nf I. U . . f 111 . . , .... ...
of the State. I will give two hundred dollars for her aonra.
hension. and on.
hundred dollar if taken lath Staiaaad
lodged in the Nashville JaiL
THOS, M. PETWAT.
f ATLI.VS IlISTOItY
OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA.
1 IT'ITH Biographical Sketches and anecdote of th Prla-
clpal Chiefs. KmbellNhed with 1'iO PoBTaArra, froa
the Indian Gallery at Washington, in volume complete.
Recently received and for sale low by JNO. B. WLsT.
ALSO Just to hand, SA Mabtis' Cblbsbatbs G err a a
as'd ol Rosew xkI, Ivory and Ce:: ornamented.
eH J. B. W.
LARD 600 bbls ard wanted laimediately, for whlcA tk
highest market price iu Caah will be paid.
aara dtf j. ixiTLI k CO.
No. 4 South Front N sahviu, Teaa
THE FIRST A.INI'AE
State Fair and Exhibiton
or TBS " '.
Mechanics' Institute of Tennessee,
Will open at Odd Fellotwe Hall,
IN THE CITY OF N ASHY I LEE
0a lie Tint Monday of October, 1855.
MANUFACTURERS, Mechanic, Artist, and all other
ar Invited to contribute specimen of then-(kill sa4 '
alor. Com-etent Judge will be appointed to examine ait
a nicies exhibited, aad award PREMIUMS to those eatitled '
to them under the rule.
All article sent for exhibition will be stored wiihoel eg
iiense to the owner, and should be seat so tbe care of Was.
U Gordon A Co., Commission Merchant, Market street.
The otject ef th Fairt to Vv.lt p and rneeuraga th
Manufacturing anJ Me. hanlcaJ inurresu of th Stat. It
Bsanageaseat W ba th. feand of a eommittee ef reliable aad
aad energetic sn, and iu sueces is plcd bejoad adoabai
and aa lavttatiea iemost eorcjslly and rocfldenlly extcaded
te all wbe nay be dispoecd to participate ta ha advantage.
tio Cbasub win be mad to exhibitors, either fcr the privt
lege of exhibiting or for admiaa oa t the fair.
Th opening of th state Agricultural Fair and th asewt- r
trig of the Legislature simultaneous with the epenlng ef the '
Mecaaaic' Aaiukiuon, wiil add ansaaai Uiterast te la eoc. '
CtarrtABa, eontalnltig full detail, of th plaa ef the ex
hibition, aad all ether tnfortnatioa desired, will be aroaapH
ftawarAed by address! g either ef the entWrngaed.
M. M. &10.NOUAN, Prest.
H. K. Wuin, Cor. Sec'y apr
I00D FOR HAN AND EZA5T.
HRN SXO sacks Corn; ft Jv sacks Oats; 1' balee bay
lv rveeived aad iur sal by D. D. DICKEY,
apt No. ft College street.
Jl AM FACT t ill. D TORACCO.
FOI BALK AT THE FACTORT
fe bexea US. htsup;
sa - ff - "
" J. LyeaM S ea. Ibaip:
14 U. Morgan's tua lump;
ta Lamp J. C. Horn;
All of whjea. will be soid low aa abort ui-e, by
tcHiO tf W. MtRIDTT t.
Leaf Tobeeca wanted, for whirb the kighcat rail) free)
will be given, at the Facnevy, uvr W ts.
II. II. II A It B I S O K
roRWARsnto and coxsissiox aqctt
UNITED STATU MALL PACKETS
nvvli-V 1 tmnl BlTM. f I
st m uau rH'isTl A1 k,l atoc.w I
N.tiIW, Toa. . .
ewe- l UttUr, Bwt therm wth.m I sbijs F far
eruing enter wu1 set with prvsspt rauia.
n. SA.trroM Bali, euJli-td prl J. aud tJ
eaaoee sade wtica rvqwrwd. 4eeU. .
AND LAXDSCATX CARXNRS.
YbreeM- rs Um Cm city, tia ft U i-boro Tmrnpl
II ATi fcr Mie Fu-t Trr,Gfp n,Iv.
mwM and treamntal Trwes, fSe'ih. ,:.
tj -i .b--rr" ptanta a' i'ra-s irr r-n- mm.
Uaniaw laKl uet er r-sU. W. kisvuHsrltr
a I alt mmmam. a lr2l J