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NASHVILLE, TEM. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1855.
WHOLE NO. 3395.
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DAILY TRUE WHIG.
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B. IL STcKEXNIE AXD GEO. B. BROWN,
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B. B. McELNNIE ft CO.
OFFICE OX IFEADEKICK STREET.
KATES OF ADVKUTISnfi.
Kewvpaper proprietors generally, and -specially ofthis
tity, under the usages and regulations heretofore prevaZing
re cailed upon to perforin more labor without remunera
tion, than any other class of community. The gratuitous
publication of charity and religious advertisement, snd eom
Biunications, tributes of resist, obituaries, Ac. Ac, which
can only be Inserted at a hear? cost to the proprietor, im
pose! npon them a burden so onorous, that they feel called
upon, in self-defence, to check the abuse, by making such
publications a charge, to aome extent at leant, npon the par
ties more mmediately interested. In this they are but fol
lowing the example of the press in other cities, impelled by
aense of its intrinsic propriety, and Imperative duty to
themselves The subscribers have, therefore, united togeth
er in a mutual agreement, upon the lo lowing specified terms
or the publication of these as well as every tort of regular
For each square of 12 lines or less of brevier, or 1ft lines or
less of nonpareil, for the 1st insertion $1 00
For each additional Insertion, per square 60
For one sqnare, 1 month daily,. .t5 00 each additional 1 CO
do changeable at pleasure,
each additional square
For one square per month, tri weekly f 4 00 each add. $2 00
do changeable at pleasure,
Patent Medicines will he published at 8100 per column
dlly,ort7Stri-weekly wi'h .' for each renewal.
fHearobonts running to New Orleans will be charged f 10
ortheseiuon; and when running to St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Ac. t13 forthe season of not more than six months.
The privilege of Yearly Advertisers is strictly limited to
their own Immediate and regular business; and the business
cf an Advertising Firm Is not considered as including that
Of It or individual members.
Advertisements published at intervals, Tlx: weekly, or
monthly, are charged 1 1 per square for the first, and 60 eta
or every subsequent insertion.
Calls on persons to become candidates, will be Inserted as
O'.het advertisements, to he paid for invariably in advance.
Announcing candidates for County and State offices fr,,and
for munici)al ollices $1, to be paid in advance in every in
stance. A'l advertisement for strangers or transient persons to be
P1 in advance.
Advorusements not marked on the copy for a specified
time will be Inserted till forbid, and payment exacted.
a, "'r"r'"ementsean be inserted gratuitously.
All adverts. ... t, fr charitable institutions, fire compa
nies, ward, town, a...,iier .,(,!,. meetings, Including reli
gious notices, to 1 chart, l.jf price.
Ma-laces and deaths are P -' -i1P(i as cws. tJP-Ohlt-oai
lea, tributes of respect, auJ fu"4rl invitaiions as other
Keguiar advertisers and all ntj,,. drng communica
tions or requiring notices ;etlfrne to call attention to Fairs,
Polrees, Concerts, or biie entertainments, where
Charges are made for a,,roitUinrei n notice of private asso
ciation", everv notice H(?tlKn)!( tn cM attention to private
enterprises calculate , ,,,,,.,, , nromote Individual in
terest, can only nenerti(1 wth tt,eUn(ertanding thatthe
same is to be '. for ,f ,n,rtP(i tn tlie editorial column
(which can r iUf dlv,rr.ion of the r,iitors) the same
"rt.H at the rate. if not les than 20 cents per line.
n,ir.w.,-,t nnblishersof daily and tri- weekly paters
in "Caahville, pledge ourselves stri-tlv to adhere to the above
bbi ol uri- es, and in no instance to deviate from them.
UK McKFAMK flO, True Whig OlTice.
J. I- MAIU.IMi A CO., Union and American.
W. F. BANG A CO., iiannerunice.
A i.KHls,Ac.,Ac..i:nlon street. No. 82, between Coll.-ge
and Ch.T y streets, Nashville, Tcnn. decJi
I Kill. XV. T. A- CO., Wholesale and Retail
dealers in Books, Stationery, Ac, West side PnbliC
(M.II'I'O Ac A HltOTT.s dealers in Jientlemen's
y Aoparel end Furnishing Goods, Cedar street, near the
fn-t I Mire. JC'S
DOI ;F,.tKs II. A II. A- ., Importers and
t hol.-sale dealers in Domestic Dry Uomls, Hats, Caps,
Bonnets, rlioes, Hropans, Ac, north side Public Square.
xii:i A' CO.. Importers and WTiolcsule dealers In
t ... ..... 1 . . t1.it.nolt
J i KorrigKSTiU llomesllc, rsnry nu ,-iaiMc "-, i
i. wi.u.a north siile Public rVinare. ids
I7 A fl'XMIMill ")!, Impoiters and W hole-
4 s tie and Retail dealers in Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware, Ac, College U between Union and the ttquare.
Ci iii:i:m ii:i.ii v. a t. ii. Ac (o., nepers
X in Pianos, Cabinet Furniture, etc., College sU Suppliea
received almost weekly. J"ls
H 7i IIEItMIO'l'T. i. .s Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Puluts.Oils, Dye-stuUs,
etc, corner of Cedar at. and the fcquare. Jel S
lllll.l.lVN. II. N.. Wholesale and Retail dealer in
I I Itoots, Hioes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, etc., corner
of College and Union streets. jcio
JIMMIIV, N. II.. ole Agent for the Haiard Powder
J Company for Tennessee, ottioe coi ner Cedar st. and the
LI 0 J. JU.s House, Fign and Ornamental Painter;
Banners, Badges and Flags of every description neatly
executed, College st. between Union St. and Uie r-quare.
M tll( I I.I.ll C.. Civil Engineer, Purveyor and
Hroui litMiian. Also, Hook Ke-er and (ienera Ac
countant, ortiee on fpring at. one door west of Cherry st.
U. A C?0., Wholesale dealers In Foreign and
Honv-nic lry GwhIs, etc., North side Public hquare.
RA'lA.i: A: 1H ICC 1 1. Wholesale and Retail
b alers in !'.oot.. Shoes, Hats and Trunks, Co.lcfe street,
next door to llillman, Yanirer A Co. JelS
ST i:V.1IITs ltOlfl-.HT, Wholesale and Retail
dealer In liniwlcs, Liouors, Boat Stores, etc., Water sL,
routing uprter Siraniboat Lauding. e!9
1 1 fti I'I'IMI y, XV. N., Manufacturer and dealer
In Printinp, W ilting, Wrapping Taper, east side Public
fITI I'.IIISI A"V. J.
Wholesale and Retail dealer
fj In lrngs, Mcdii ines, Paints, Oils. Hye-stuffs, etc., sign of
the Lion and Mortar, Market St., 4 doors from the Square.
REDUCTION OF FRtlUHTS
IKOM NEW aOICK TO CIIAIC I.I"TO'.
M'CREEBY '& HOOK,
COXSHSSION AND F0RWARDINO ItESCIIANTS,
Itarlratou, S. C.
"11TILT, frompl'T attend to the sale of all kinds of PRO-
ULCr toth KECKITINO AND FttKWAKDINU of
Goods. nd to the filling of orders In this mi'l't.
The Steam th'i Companies htving re luced the freight lo
eight cents per kmt, msk.-s this the cheapest and quickest
route by w! l h 'o ship Goods to Tennessee. AUb.uia ai
Kentucky from the Northern Cities. All ship an ard
log Charges will follow the goods lo their desuuauou.
E. A. VINCENT,
architect civil i:Kisrrn,
coorrs'S lvildixg, ensnar stxset.
iian. a. jou.wros.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND SILVERSMITH,"
No. 49 CHaaav a.Tssrr, (oooru'a -rtunsg,)
, . a .... . . . . - l
i nan jusi receiveo s Kit or new ana ian-
lonabie JEWLLKV, which be will sell as Ce?W
.g cheap as can be bought In Nashville. iVW 'sV
I will also uianniaciurs LmVi
Ji;'ELlCV ANls MI.VI.lt WOltli
of ererv deacrlption to order, on Uie shortest notice, t IL
VEtt h'POONS, KORKf, KMVKS, Pl.ATtO AND FANCY
GOOUt gereralll kept conrtebil) on t.and.asf' fi-rsale vr?
rOTATOi:i-: b.t I ate Ciena Msh Totatoes Just
received and 'or ssle I y
sav . II LOMI A CA.
MAM JSi'W nsid Itt-uutllul Artirlrs ad
dnd to any usual supplies
tfflo not turgel my splsndld Sod it Wnter.
G. W. iiliNDt RMIOIT,
Corner of Cedar Street and the fyus.e,
sprtS Nahvill, Tern.
PUI'TVI"S-xa cases of fresh P.unes. rreeived bv
rl Wt-'H L A THOMPSOH.
. IM tO Figs Lead, Just received and foraaW by
J Iraarlo D. l IMCRkT.
sTTEhsve this day received by espreas, Al EVANDLRfl
IT kUO HiJivif, la white, light and dark colore.
Also, a frw handsome
White Kept. S Iks, )
Poulld -Soles, V For Fvsoinga.
" Miirs Antiques,
K. O. MeNATRT A CO.
WJSDOW 4. I.ASN.-M half boxes Hit. aad 44
hair boxes 8x10 Law mi is A Whiles. Window
OIsm, in stoic And lor sale t y
maris W. il. OORDON A CO,
New York City Business Directory.
from 8. M. PETTINGILL k CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, Saw Tori,
And No. instate street, Boaroa.
P. ft Co., are Agents for the most influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United States and
FCOTTENET 6c CO., Importers of French and
othe European. Goods, No. 48 Broed street.
PATENT ELASTIC 6KIRT3.
BATES Ac FHANCE, No. 1 Harclay St.,
N. YtCovtUm. None are genuine txcept they have
the sump of the Patent. All manufacturers aud sellers In
fringing, will be prosecuted according to law.
ROOMS TO LET. Four or five Rooms toff
let, over tbe Bookstore of . liin '
dec'JJ W. T. BERRY ft CO. JJJL
C?T. EOF IS POTATOES. 60 barrels juftreceiy
O ed and for sale by D. - DICKEY,
tu&tli , No. 6 College street. ,
JOMN B WEST has now In store, and hourly expected,
nearly all kinds of Machinery Findings, usually enquired
for here, vii: . ,
Machine Cards, Sheets ad Fillettlng and Tacks;
Lace Leather, Fmery;
fcheep and Calf Top Roller do;
4-4 Top Roller Cloth;
Harness Twine and Harness Eyes;
Ptee: and Reed Slaies, all numbers;
Shuttles, with and without rollers;
Ring Travellors, all numbers;
25 and 80 inch Comb i'late and Card Cleaners.
RFCEIYEI this dv. 4S setts Eastern mads Heddle Fyed
Harness on t-hafiing. Also, 4dis. pair Cotton Hand
fr.l.. marl3-tf JNO. B. WKgT.
A C .!.
THE undersigned, lale if Georgia, having removed to the
City of NsehviJIe, offers his services lo the citisens of
Georgia, E. Tennesiee and North Alabama for the purchase
of Hry Goods, Groceries, Corn, Wheat, Rye, Bacon, Lard,
Fine Horses, Mules, Cattle, and in short, every article cf
trade offered in the Nashville market.
The Merchants of Nashville are men of high character
and pecuniary standing, and have large and well selected
siocks that they offer on liberal terms, which should induce
the merchants of Upper Georgia, East Tennessee and North
Alabama to give the Nashville maiket a lair tri'. As to
the Grocery Market, the i.ropriety will sugeest Itself to the
mind of every merchant in the sections of country named,
as the most proper for their trade.
The long connection of the undersigned with the Railroads
of Georgia, as GrDeral Agent, Treasurer and Superintend
ent of Transportation, as well as Agent at t hattanooga sev
eral years for th Hanking interest of S-tvannnh, will enable
him "more readily to inv stigate claims aeain-t Railroad
Cornjiatiies, for lost goods or lor damage while in transitu,
for ih renewal or ejsconnt of no es or bills in ba-k, Ac.
All letters inclosing orders and money will receive prompt
attention, and all orders without the money, ahen satisfac
tory evidence of solvency and promptness ac-ompanie the
same, or the parties known to be such, shall leceive like
attention, when ordering articles that come under the rule
or custom of the market to sell on time. I will alo rive
strict attention to receiving and forwarding all goods that
are not lo be stored, that may be directed to my care. The
charge for the purchase of goods, Ac, will be five per cent
commissions, and tenty ceuu lor each box or package for
receiving and foi warding. t. K. Mibi-'',
Post Office Building, No 8,
RFFrRENCK? R. R. CrTXEH, Esq., Pre-'t Central Rail
road and Bank; Mai. A. I'ORma, Pres't Bank State of Geor
gia. Bavannal ; Isc Sent, Esq., Pres't Macon and West
ern Railroad, Macon; Hon. John P. Kino, Pres't, and Geo
Yosoa, fup'l Georgia Railroad, and tv T. Combs, Esq., Au
gusta, M j. J. i'. Coopsr, Gen. H'ip't Western and Atlantic
Railroad, A'lanta; Gen. A.J. HaNaKLL, Attorney at Law,
Marietts; tiiosoi 8. I LACC. Esq , Ko lie (is.; Capt. Jamis
Willums and Col. J. A. WniTKsiuss, Chattat oogt, J. L.
Mosics and Jo. PiKw'Jia, Eqi., Kuoxville, Tcnn.; Wlt.LlaJf
MitLLBR, Esq., Decatur, and Judgj La MX, UunUVille, Ala.
RICH SPRING GOODS.
XV. A. A JT. O. ncCLELLAID
WOULD call the attention of (heir friends, and buyers In
general, to th
Largest and Iot rlegnnt Stock of '
l IC I 7 i O O It S
Ever offered by them. This stock has been selected with
unusual care, and at prices which will enable them to offer
very great inducements to buyers, particularly to Caal
Kcii. 61 and 53 College Street
EL.EUA.Vr UUESS (.OODS.
Elegant PUid and Striped Pol De 8oi;
' " " " G ace, very cheap;
Euper Bisck firo Pe Rhines, very cheap;
" " Mourning bilks;
E'egant Flounced Bareges;
Rich Printed "
Super Plin B ireges, in colors snd blscic, very cheap;
' Clialnes, " " "
Elegant French (trgandics;
" Piinied Jaconets, neat styles;
A large lot i f Pi mud Muslins, veiy low priced;
Ginghams, Printed Linens, Chin's, Prints, AO. AO.
Bich Eatin Br.-gaieik;
" Word Uuiuasks
" Union -
" Musiitt Curtains, with U the Trimmings
complete for putting tip Curt .ins, made to natch.
Onr stock of Ft.iple Geo is is v-ry laree and complete
Irish Linens, Damask 110.. Toweling do., T cklnts, Liuin and
Cotton biieetlngs, 1'ia J Domestics, Oottonades, Linens,
Drills, Twcesis, A pacas, Bombatines, Drab Ue Kie, Cloths,
Caasimers, Ve.titivs, Ac, Ac, all very cheap, at
JuYCLLLLAND'S METROPOLITAN 8 TORE,
aprf Nos. 61 and 6H College 8 reet.
I.AItUE A.M i:M;UAT STOCK OF
AT PRICES TO SD1T TEE PRESENT CRISIS!
,0. 20 I'l'lII.IC SQI AUL,
I" now prepared to extiihi. his Fall Importation of RICH
FOKUUN AN II AMERICAN DRV GOODS, comprising
oe of Uie most desirable assortments ever offei ed selected
from the very latest Importations, and purchased under the
ohsatbkt iris K' i r rnira is th EASTiaa Cmra.
Under these clrcum.t inces 1 leel graU.led that 1 can offer
such inducements as will en.ible all to purchase.
IIAVE a large and well selected assortment of Silks, sA
all price-, and well suited fur the Fall Trade, Ac, via:
Super Brocai'e Striped Bilks;
Rich Poult de SolcJIilks;
B'lk Water'U tiias, new
Crode Rhine Bilks, aU
Plaid Olacie do;
M GrodeAphque do;
Oiallri fcilks, all or tors.
Wedding and kivenlng dresses, (beautiful varieties,) cheap
Bilks of ail kinds, etc., etc
woou.tH DUE: 8 GOODS.
PLAID AND fTKlHiO CASHMERE.';
Tartan Plaids, (all colors and widths;
ItraJ French Merlnoes, fromnuc. and upwards;
Mouslm de I iocs, 8 4 and (-4 wiUths;
I pen's lioinlt nes;
W h.te Caahiueie de fccoese;
Valencia Kobes, (rich,)
And great variety of other styles, new and cbtap.
CL0AES, TALMAS, SHAWLS', 4o.
APEACTIFl't variety of Cloth and Velvet Cloaks, Tal
mas Crape oliawU, tukenle and Tbibbet Shawls; Cash
re Scarfs, Ac. -4
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, FLAN If ELS & BLABTETS
17EFNCH and English Cloths and Oawtoerrs, in great v
rlelv. Cloaking Cloths, lllauk-ui of ail kinds, tallnets,
Jeans, Taeeds, (ad wool) Plaid Liuseys, Real ttsuch Flan,
oela, and ail other descriptions, etc., etc
JFrHLI ! Maltese Collars and Sleeves;
i'l Trimmed Embroidered loUsrctie;
" Ucs do;
Fmhmlr'rred Collars, Sleeves and Uahlta;
Mourning Odlars and Mreves;
French Embroidrrrd tlaaJ'triMrh;
M.Kirnli g do,
Apllque Sprigs, Cambric Flouncing s and Bands, Ae.
Fmbroidrred Chemisetts snd tleevea;
Valcnetetine and Maltese Laees and Edgingt;
Jacoocl aud bsiias do do, Au.
uxrss, hosiery and gloves.
I) ARLt. Dassask. sv4, -, KM, 11-4 and H 4 Plllow-Casw
Uaeoa, ba.a-.v fhiet.ng, bird lye IHa , Hoes hack,
Craab. N.J.iat.d Irish Uucbs, srencb Ijb.h CamtKks
Lsgi.sA. b.M an. Ca.tu Hu.1 v, W lot- Hosiery, all hln.ia,
Lau and GefiUesnen't Kid Gloves, Beaver ati G.unUel
Sl!FmMairfa!IWHHas;HVMh4 ani Bros Domee
tica; txslash and Amrrh-B Frlnta; lioyle's Prints, and a
grwat vansHy esT osber Uvuk. ;
Call ami es amine a:y staek cf Oneds '
ToCAt-il tof.t.R andPLNCICAt CCrTOMIBS r l
IsdstSMDeoU will be oSeted, J is. MCHoL.
FARE REDUCED, m
Cabin Passaic to New York $20.
TJTTTED STATES MALL LIKE.
The new and Splendid side-whetl steamships
KXOXV1ELE, 1500 tons Capt. C. D. Ltolow,
AUCISTA, 1500 tons Capt. T. Lros,
FLORI DA, 1300 tons Capt. M. S. WooDBtnj.
AEAUAZflA 1300 tons Capt. G. R. Scbzsch,
Will Leave Savannah
EVERT WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
These ships are among the largest on the coast, unsur
passed in speed, safety or comfort making their passages in
50 to 60 hours, and are commanded by skillful, careful and
polite officers. Having elegant state-room accommodations,
they offer a most desirable conveyance to New fork.
Cabin passage ...$'.'0.
' Ptee rage passage 8.
A genu: PADELFORD, FAY A CO., P-avannah.
BAM'L L. MITCUILL. 13 Broadway.
Je2 New York.
J 115 hhds N. O. and Clarified Sugar;
115 bbls and hf bbls Rebelled ft hbls Cider Vinegar;
Molasses; - 10 cssks Scotch Ale;
BP0 kegs Nails assorted; 50 kegs Shot and Lead;
5O0 coils Kentucky Rope; 100 dozen Brooms;
100 whole and hall boxes Star COO reams Wrapping Paper;
Candles; lOi 8 to 5 gallon Demijohns;
25 boxes Soap; 5'i dot Painted Buckets;
do Starch; 10 bbls Coppers';
W) doxen Pick es; 100,000 Havam Segars;
75 bags Pepper, Spice and IOj.Ouo American fcegari.
For sale by SEYMOUR. FANNING A CO.
j-25 Corner Market and Chuich streets.
kre manufacturing a rhoice srtie'e of Flour espe
V V ciaMy for family use, which we offer to the trade c n
the most liberal terms. All orders left at the office si ill meet
prompt attention. J4 G. HAMMOND ft CO.
' A CARD.
THE Subscriber rroposes to receive a limited number of
Pupils, to instruct in all the branches of a thorough
feEiig-IUh and Classical Education.
Every Educational Facility will be provided for the study
of the Natural Sciences. There will be a good Chemical
and Philosophical Apparatus, a fine Cabinet of Minerals,
and a well selected L brary, to which the students may, at
all times, have free access.
No Pupil under ten years of ajre can be received.
The first session will commence on the FIRST MONDAY
Terms per session of five months, f 10.
JOHN KIMBFRLY, A.M. .
Reference is marie to the Faculty of the Univeri-ity of
Nonh Carlina; tsi Professors Agassis, Wyraan and llrslord,
of the Lawrence Soientifle Scchool, Cambridge; Hon. Thos.
Bragg, Governor of Noith Carolina; Hon. Kenneth Rayner,
of. North Carolina.
Any communication left at the Gazette office, will receive
attention. je9 8m
XT THE GRJEPKNBERG COMPANY had never produced
1 any thing else for the public benefit than this invaluable
Medicine, they would yet deserve tbe gratitude of every
parent for the
W Iilch has saved the lives of more young children, snd
relieved more sick babies, Uato any other medicine ever
From one hour old to five years of age, this medicine
never comes amiss to drooping ciiilpuood. For Fever, Teeth
ing, Worms, Colic, Disordered Howeis, Ac, it never fahls.
Ttuwe mot ers who have used it pronounce it io be one ol
the frentest of b'esfings.
J?!-For tale at every Drug Store In the State.
my22 ALEX. M.VtKENZtE.
DISOHDLHS Ol' THE ISOYVEES!
0 Medicine that h;is ever been Introduced Into this ses
1 tiou of the country has been found so valuable as the
GIt.ErEMJEKC DVSEXTEKY SVIIEP.
Thousands of bottles hnve been 'sold of late years In this
otsie, and it has been found, in every case, to give instant
relief in a 1 oases of
Ojacntcry and Dlarrlirn, the Prcmonl-
lorjr Strides of Cholera,
illondy Flux, Griplnr", Pain In the Stomach or Bowels, and
ali Incidental complaints from eating umipe fruit, ciude
vegetahles, change of water, Ac.
The is no occasion to offer certificates for a medic'ne ths.t
has been used in almost every family in the State with com
plete success. It was used hy the Board of Health in New
Yiuk, and also at St Petersburg, in Ru-si i, in the Cholera
Hospitahi, when olher remedies had failed, snd is univrrs il
ly admitted to be 'he best and most relinble medicine in ex
istence for the disorders it professes to cure.
This medicine is warranted: and should it fail to cure
circumstance never yet known the money will be, In all
The value of this Medicine and the confidence which the
public reposes in It, has induced the suhscrilicr to have it left
for ssle at all the Drug Store throughout the State. Price
per bottle, 5d Cents. tmyJ21 ALEX. MACKENZIE.
The Knuckle Washing larlilnr.
UJ E have been appoined agents for the sale of this cele
brated Washing Machine. Every family in the State
shou'd, by all means, procure one Immediately, as the
amount of Ubor saved li imtnent.
Full directions and a man to go and show ft used free of
charge. apro CI 8. U. LOO Mid A CO.
r (ii;houtii's catawiia wines
li "e have Just received s freh supply of Longwoith's
Wine in quart and pint bottles. AI-k, the Dry Caiswba in
C-sks 8 H. LOOM IS A C
rU Sole Agents for Nashville.
ONCE MORE TO THE KESCUE
'EUIE undersigned bei leave to inform their friends and
A patrons that they have re-0ened their business at No.
8S Maiket street, and have Jut received a large supply of
Cigars, Liquors, Wines, Ac., which they offer for sale on very
liherai terms. Thankful for the liberal patronace hereto
fore received, they hope by strict attention to business to
merit a continuance ol the same,
aprf tf L. D. GOLDBERG A CO.
TO IIOTI I.S ANI FAMILIES.
fy. are selMng Ice Cream at 2 50 per gallon;
V We are selling H Bread Tickets for il;
We are selling all kinds ol Crackers at 10c lb;
We are selling Black and Green Teas, warranted, 85
per cent lower Uin any other houwi in the trade.
We are stl.in every article In cur line at equally reduced
prices. mj26j WEcSkL A THOMPSON.
rilOMa BOOOf..... ..IlllSOIWiUkl
HODGE & WALKER,
IIarbcr Hair Drcsscrti & c. Ac.
No. 13 Cedar Street,
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
customers and the public in general, inducements never
before offered tn this city. Having newly fitted up our house,
we feel confident that all who viva us a call will leave well
satisfied. In addition to Bs'berina. Hair dressina. Ae.. we
have large, commodious scd teatly furnished Bath-Reoms.
These are the finest In the cit, and as to convenience and
comiorx, cannot ne surpassed In the country. W hile ra
ng, gentlemen and patron, Just step In and see
vagio we "make the hair By," and what Jj'-' ,BlfCl our
pare water baa npon wearied and pn uy .
Ug8 B ,
FTILL coming to R. W.SHA FFFRX,
a dooms. Mi, college street.
who intends to keep constantly on
hand every article in the Furnimre
line to suit all mankind; together with Glmndo'es, Lamps,'
sno a gooa wdrimrni oi v. locus. Matrasses consuntis on
hand and made to order. I have on band at present a good
assortment of Children's WU.osr Carringee all cheap (or cash
or goo- paper. D. W. DOUR Id, Agent.
Ml EMI f.Allli:N M:;IN Just received a
large kit of Fresh Garden beeda from D. Landreth.com.
jirtsiug all the va ietiea brought lo the saarket Cabbage
heeds, assorted; Oni ns. Radish, Salsafy, Beet, Ao by the
t; sslra Earlv and Early May Peas; week r Mohawk
and Valentine licans, by the gallon r bashel; Silver hkm
and Red Onion setts, by bushel or bbl, and having sold sail
entirely our seeus but year, can guarantee tl. present stock
to be freah,Ac BROWN A GRUUBd,
)an5 49 Caalegs s
REf"EITD by Espress, the larreet stock of 6CVMER
WRAPPINGS we have ever offered.
An extra lot of FMBR0IDCR1E. In Cbrm Wttee and Veres,
tellers, Oollare itea, haaques, Cotuge Capes, Jaconet and
Swiss Lands and Ruffles, Act, Ac
A splendid lot of MOCRNINO COLLARS and FLEETIS
both sepu ate svnt! la seta. , . '
a!I the newest styles that are rat In Silks. Bareges,
sum. Organdie. Jaeonvta, Ae., Ac., all of which we will
eUal lbs Wwwat ssoss n U Mrkws Afeash.ee lo prvmr bus.
jrs on time.
is xuj it. c. AicNAIKY i CO.
LESLdAELE FEOPEETT TOR BALE.
X OFFER for sale. In whole oe In part, say place b Edr
field, siiwacee on (he Gallatin PHe. For Uima,appi u
the sntMTiber, or U hSeesvs. UsUT A ranrsrrv.
snariatf UE.VRF BLOOD.' J
GISTS' ICPEE CALF W. P. THICX 80LID BOOTS-
7 1 have rseetvrd A lot of No. I Anuhle soI4 water pmo4
Gsuls stoubkt sotssl calf Shoe an4 O a lord Ties; '
suprrnne waiaing sou areas pweiaj
sW P. L, Coegrese Callers;
For seie at tow set oust aeicsss
iiXAOi a nrrRCH,
fcfcM l Cotleg, strews.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From YISCHER A SCUELL'S Gen'l Advertising House,
ArrLrros'fl Bcildijo, 846 and 84S Broadway.
Late No. 60 Nassau-Street.
SCH IEFFELiy, BROTHERS & CO.,
- tllPORTXKb AUD PKSLEKS 1ST
Dnigt, Painta, Oils, Eyes, Perfumery, &c, &t
170 William Streets New Y ork,
INTIT8 the attention of the trade to their large and Ta
iled stock of Drags. Paints, Oils, Perfumery, At, Ac
In addition to their regular importations of Staple Drugs,
they are also receiving, direct from the sources of produc
tion and manufacture, supplies of Tooth, Hair and Nail
Brushes, Bronses, Corks, Mortars, Sponges, French and
English Perfumery ,L bin's Extracts, and many other articles
osua'ly embraced in Drugrista' stocks, which they are alio
enabled te offer on the most advantageous terms.
Orders, either in person or by mail, wiU receive prompt
attention. - Je2t ly
' WHOLtSlLS 1HD RETAIL.
THOMAS FA YE Ac CO.,
256 and 257 Broadways New York,
Directly opposite the City Hall and Park,
HAVE constantly on hand a full stock of American
and French Pansr Hanrinn. Borders. Firrhnarrf
Prints, Curtain Papers, Bed Testers, Statues, Landscapes,
Ac, of every style known to the trade.
Merc hunts lavina in their stocks, can hnv from SmI
hands, as we manufacture largely and import direct from
a rt-lie ii .Tianuiucluri'tt, for whom we are sole
agents in the United tales.
Our retail department comprises the richest styles of Dec
orations. Special Importations made, when desired, from
our splendid collection of samples. Artistic Paper Iiantera
sent to any part of the United States.
HEW TORE BAG MA5TJFACT0SY.
HAM, Flour, Feed, Grain, Meal, Hominy, Bhet, Buck
wheat, Salt, Guano, and all other kinds of hairs maris
and printed to order by machinery with despatch. Address
as above, 17 Piatt St., New York.
THE BEST IIAIU DIE.
DR. 0. M BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high
est premium at the Wold's Fair and Amiic!I I.hsti
TttTi, where it was examined by the DiSTisoctsniD Chemists
r. CHli.TOil and Prof.JoHS Toamsr, and pronounced the
BEST. For sale by the principal Druggists in this city
e.,rI,V.PJlnpal1'BceandStorc. No- 408 and 500
BROADrt Ax, New York. martl ly
FE0M NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS.
T11UOEUII Kini iavK
V nk"anooP Atl-nta, nd West Point to Montgome
V ry by Railroad. Ticket to this poin- to be had at the
General fctage Office, opposite the Poat Office, and at the De
pot. Price f 16 50.
From Montgomery to Mobile by a double daily line (morn
ing and evening) ol stages and steamboats, connecting the
steamers from thence to J'ew Orleans.
, ' H.I.ANDERSON,
marls tf General SuD't N. A C Railroad.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
COEE.tiniA, TVANESHO0, JACKSON,
E.iCIUANKE AMD ItIEHI'IIIS.
SPLENDID Four Horse Coaches from Franklin to La
grango, connecting at those points with the Railroad to
Tuscnmbia, Florence and 71 ntgoiiicry,
Ala;, and Aberdeen, Columbus
and Canton, iriis.
The fine Four Horse Coach Lines to thrse points, are all In
cue I lent ord.-r, making a close connection with the Railroad
at Franklin, Tenn.
Express Train leaves the Depot at
I'ulaski and Elkton,
And to all places thronghout the Southern country.
We have splendid lines running, connecting with the Rail
road at Franklin.
" Pnlakl and Elkton,
ill leave Nashville on the 3 o'clock, P. M., Train. Monday.
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Nashville daily at 2 o'clock, F. M., connecting at
Franklin with a Daily Four Horse Coach Line to Columbia.
For all information, through Tickets, Ac apply at the Gen
eral Railroad, Stage and Omuibus Office, No. ti Cedar street
opposite the Post Office.
N. B. Omnibuses will call for passengers In any part of
the city. - mart rf
L"OIt SALE I offer for sale in Owen's Plot of Buena
L Vuta, one lot containing 8 acres, situated ou the corner
of Cass and Webiter streets.
ALSO A lot on he corner of Clay and Marr streets, con
ainlng S acres, and one lot on the corner of Mai r and Clay
streets, opposite the above, 2f0 fret front on Marr street,
and 140 feet on Clay street. For further information apply
o R. A. BALLOWE, General Agent,
J:"23 - No. 17 Deaderick st.
are now in store by late arrivals
hhds. N. O. Sugar, new crop;
bbls. Molasse, c!o;
do Dean's Extra Whiskey;
boxes halves and quarters Star Candles;
do Palm Soap;
do Tallow Candles:
do Western Reserve Cheese;
bbls. Clover Seed;
boxes Peter M. Boas's Tobacco, No. 1:
do Preston's da
da G.B-yd's do
do Boss A Goodwin's do
do Various Brands:
Regalia Cigars, all grades:
we will sell low for Cash.
8 II . L00MI3 A CO.
"BOOKS THAT Alt E HOOKS,"
AND WORTH READING.
GREECE AND THE GOLDEN HORN.
Flood spd Fisi.d.
I'sct-sl-ia's Faasi Fricca.
Mohsiso bTiasi. tbs New Wobld.
Fir tv Y as as m Burn Hmsrausa.
NoKiWTCSJ asn Nstick.
I.ivsn or ths Qi si!s or Fsiolako.
Tas Pitnaivs or WiisioBiK.
llU.LS, LIl 5B FOKafiT bTataHS.
Tas Mokst Maxia.
Fdbstsscs .ND rnacowa.
Tsa Niohts m a Baa room.
Tasi.cs run Carrtca.
Fsfts 1. saves. Second Series.
KlKMORtta ova TBI Watu.
Bkrtha and Lilt.
1 bb 1! mart's Uri i
. UuaxT Mooa and other Comicalities.
. WissLsslie's Bsratiob Boor..
Tins, That ad laa Onjia. , ...TT
For sale by ia " . SUITa
FRESH ARRIVALS-8UHEE WEAR.
GINT3 F" o.ir sutcbed Boou;
io Plain Prunella Ties;
do Tipped do do
do P. L. Dress Shoes; just received by
RAM AGE A CIlURCrT,
, J College street
hamk or NASIIVII.EE.
BLNK CHECKS In Labor and Fstatx Books on RANK
OF SAsliVlLLE, A new and snoenor lot, for sale by
Je23 a o e CHARLES W. SMITH.
W MEREDITH having enraged Mr. Gastav EnJers
lbby, of Lynchburg, Vlrainia, an experienosd To
bacco Manufacturer, will continue the mannfartorr of To
bacco under his supervision, solely, at ths old stand. College
street, from Tennessee, Kentucky and Missouri Leal; lor
the wholesale trade only.
A II Tobacco sold by him Is warranted to be as represented.
feoSO tf W. M.
ONE HUNDRED Thousand lbs. Bacon:
UK) bbls. Lard, for which I will pay the highest
market price In cash or groceries. Also, Feathers, Wool,
beeswax, Taiiow. Ginseng, and Bars, Ac, In exchange for
eertes. I jrl CHCKCH ANIiKftXiSt.
I) A T I: It .We are selling Utter and Cap Paper by the
ream or case cheaper than It has ever been sld In this
city, ( all and see our reper at oae dollar and a quarter per
i ram before yon boy elsewhere.
8. II. L0OMI9 A CO.,
Jsn2 Agents for Manufacturers
OPEMIMU THIS DAY BY
R. a McSAlET k CO.
RICH ETFN1S0 FANS;
Rich Embrotderlee In a varUties;
Frsrnrh Worked Caps, I -...
UeeTrtosmed - J lTO'1-
Rich tvenlng Drs es; . ' , .
" Silk Evening Drveaee; '
JIT! f the Above are nice new ihlaga, least to hsnd.
a. C McNAIKT A Ca
HATINd opened la ear sww store, Na. M CeRegw street,
we nope to sew our old friends and csutasMre, and as
ve are tipnssd to de anything and everythlaa la seasoa for
their aecoiBsodaUosi. hope aooe will take effease at,es dswsa
s aarwasoaabie la Uie adopuoa at the Mlvwuif raise tot tbe
miitre eonoayMef eur aasineea.
No guods seal exit oa apptabatio.
Na sale pies give.
he I owl laAra back ar sxr haared when aeee aearM.
s goods bought b sorts ar ana verbal oerhrrs will be t
kea basO u Uci A. 0. McSAIlT A CO.
J ' TO
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organised, according to char,
ter, is prepared to write Policies sgainst LOSS or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise
renerallv. Also, on ahiDmenta asrainst loss or dimin bv
Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Nerro Policies granted at Current rater.
Office, No. 60 Colli ee street. East side, between Union st.
And Public Square.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VANLEER. JAMES WOODS.
JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
UENRY HART, .Ir., R. C. McNAIRY,
TU03. W. EVANS, HCGII McCREA,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
James Walirr, Secretary. myi
TTXXESSEE IAHI!VE Ac FIRE
A IiiMiiranre Conipan)-C'apifal
S 1 50,UOO. Office on the north side of the
fublic Square, mid way between the Nashvillettt Si
Inn and Planters' Bank. They will make Insurance oa
Houses and Goods of every description, against fire; oa
8tearaboats and cargo, against fire and the risk of the river;
on the cargo of Keelboats, Flatboats, and other river craft;
and on Sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms.
J. M. ILL, President.
Jos. Vaplx, Secretary.
Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods,
Alex. Allison, John M. Hill,
F. B. Eogg, Jacob McGavock,
R. H. Gardner, Matthew Watson.
G. M. Fogg, Jno. J. White,
January 23, 1S52 tf.
I'm: niiTi'AL PROTFnTiov
A Insurance Company of ath
umce on cedar street, aloining the
Post Office, and opposite the Verandah. wKl in-
lure on the mutuai principle. Houses, Merchandise, Ac,
airainst loss or damage by fire. Steamboats on any of the
Western Waters apninst the haxards of inland navigation
and the Cargoes of vessels cf every description against the
perils of the seas and rivers. Also, the lives of persons in
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 Insured In this
nstitution, are entitled to a full participation In all the profit
sithout any liability to loss beyond the amount of premiums
which they may pay.
M. S. PIT.CHER, President.
JNO. B. J0UNS0X, Vice r 'Jent.
C. J. F. Whartob, Secretary.
June CIS." tf.
B. W. & J. P. FORCE & CO.,
WHOLESALE HOOT AND MlOE IIOESE,
Ko- 21 Eayne street,
Charleston. S. C.
WE invite the attention of the Trade to our extensive
stock. ap!9 dly
In AVE this day associated with m in the wholesale Gro
cery, Commission, Receiving and Forwarding business,
Mr. 8. N. lioMingsworth, late of Clarksville, Tenn., under
the name and style of "Hurt and iiollingswnrth."
octl HENRY HART, Ja.
HENRY nART.jR S. N. HOLLINGSWORTH
HART & HOLLINGSWORTH,
WHOLESALE ;itOCEIt S, CO.IPI ISSIO.X,
RECEIVING AND FORWARD INO
No 8 Market street, NASHVILLE, TENN.
Til EM KS I Till KS!I
JCST 0PENEU, DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA, a large
assortment ol the best Nolo Leather Covered
Trunk a, 26. 23 and :.0 Inches.
B ack Iron Frame 1 Trunks, Trsy Tops, all sizes.
. Plain k
A shland Valises and Bupgy Trunks, No. 1.
All in want of Tiunks of the very best quality, at the
lowest prices, would do well to examine our stocs before pur
chasing UAMAUK A CHURCH,
maris 42 College street.
SPLENDID STOK OF
XEW vriLES CAKI'ETS,
Opening this day, by R. C. McNAIRY A
TO WEAVERS AND SPINNERS.
JOnN B. WEST has recently received the following ar
cles in the spinning and weaving line, vis:
Revo'ving Temples, Machine Caids, Stripping Cards, Car
Plyers, Card Cleaners, Comb Plate, assorted, Emery, Pick
ers, two kinds, Steel and Cane Mnies, Shuttles, ass'd, Lace
Leather, Roller Cloth, Calf and Sheep Roller Leather, Har
ness Twine and Eyes, Ring travellers, from 0 to 43. Hemp
H0ZIERT, GLOVES, Ac.
J CST received a large stoek of While, Brown and Fancy
colored Cotton, Sua and Lisle Thi ead, Hose and Gloves
CLIFTON a ABBOTT,
apa9 No. Cedar street.
CM; AKS 16,H0(l extra Principe Cigars, received pe
express this day by WttL A TUOMP&ON.
SM Fl'-KK) doxen Sco ch and Macoboy Snuff, in bot
tles and kegs, for sale by
prlT WESSF.L A TTI0MPS0N.
ANTEL PIECES AND OTHER MARBLE WORK,
AT It ED V V E D VII I C EX.
HUGH HENDERSON proposes to sell Marble Mantel
Pieces, Monuments, and a variety of olher work, of fine
ITALIAN F,GVPTl.N AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
t reduced prices. novto tf
Other paers advertising for Die. will Ua: copy the fora
olng. H. U.
TIITS old established paper has a large and aa Inereasep
circulation in lower East Tennessee, Georgia and
North Alabama, and is offerr-4 to the Business Men of Nash
ville as one of the best ADVERTISING Me. 01 CMS. Terms
moderate. lreb2-tf F. A. PARHAts.
M. W. ALEXANDER F. A. -RHA.
FOR the collection of doubtful or otlier claims; buying,
el ing. or rrntirg lana, lots, procuring skuations, Ae.
Prompt attention and UudOUDie'l rvrerrnr wnrn niuiiru
fcbVi-tf ALEXANDER A PARUAM.
, ... CI IIIIE Y,
B Cabinet Maker and Entterlakcr,
EOS leave to Inform his friends and the puMie generally
rhathe keeps constantly on band Coffin of every de-
RM wi,iium me plainest servants' to the sne Hetalw air
ipni a.r ranaujiea voaiEs, me oesi now ib ror pre.
emus; uie mrpt; sogetner wim gooa lie arses ana uorss
abd everything necessary for burials. '
All orders llt .1 mv W.r. RnAm V, f. 1 mmmI nIMt.
Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both day and
V" I ! SI J
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE partnership heretofore existing between R. L. Cren
shaw and D. H. Wright has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. R. L. Crenshaw Is alone anthortsed to set
tle up the business of the late Arm. All persons Indtbted
to th concern by note, account or otherwise, are earnestly
so Icited to corns furwerd and snake immediate payment, as
i"""" MKiuirence rannoi oe given. All persons hibllng
rlaims against the Arm, are requested to file the same with
ssr. Lrrn.riaw rr payment. K, L. CRENSHAW.
March 1, ISa. apr6 D. 8. WiiGUT.
THE nndenrigned. late cf Augus'a, Georgia, having par
chased of Me-era. Nichol Psacocc their slock, will
commas ine ccmmi'sion ana t rocery Business, at theJr old
wu. vutasr ui Nirsii an . vnnrrn streets.
j 8EVMOLR, fanning a co.
TTAVINO sold enr stock of Me chandisa to Messrs. Fir-
m.m. ants, rsssisa uo., late of Aagnsta, Georgia, we
take pleasure la recommending them to onr customers, as
gentlemen in everv way worthy their support and patroo
yt NICHuL A PEACOCK.
SEYJIOin, r.l.M.G CO.,
(sTOCEsssixs to Bicaoi. a raAOocc.)
WHO EES ALE HOC ERS.
C0X-OSSI0N AND FORWABDINO KERCH ANTS,
AD DCALERd I!
Bacos, Lard, Cora, Wheat, Faith tra, Zeerwajc,
Dried Fruit, Ac,
Carner yiarket snd Charrh Street,
COnUS, rA.S A.MD 1ASCV GOODS.
IO Ear at Place Sew York,
IKTITEJ Ua aucatioa of Soatheraj aad Wwstar Mer
ehuu to L arm sssKk of Fans, Cornea, Hair. Tesnh aa4
Nail Bruthrt, La.lh Rrtiralea, rrrfunirry, &oapa, F-vte
MosiOAlva, Jet aa4 Be4 Braceieu, Pockrl Bm.1 Drvsa
Batteaw, tutm mad Ncedssa, Uoeas aa4 Kyv, Watch GaanW,
Wax, Coral ajd Glass fceaK fcecAiaoes, Aa. lasfta Kabbar
Co bs, Caars, Bails sad Toys ol every dvaertpfaom. 8oe
sues, Rases sod Cutlery. Gohl and Gflt Jewelry, Acr r
4msi aaw V., Inwiarftag a gisxral aa4 Very tars; stock
af Eagtih, Fnsach aa4 Uerasaa Fancy Gaests, wha h will k
auU at the eery loweat prtcaa lor Cam or Arraovaa Faras,
Oroers by Wtier sviseted ad pat ap In the bast Banner
WILUA T-tCEt, U Part Place, K Tort.'
F. A FWase eat Uus eat. mji4f
5E3II-WEEKLY NASHVILLE, SMLIHL-ND AND
rill, neat light draught Packet,.
1 ALIDA, W. J. Harvos. Master.
will hereafter run as a rezaiar ni mi wsTl'iVirs -'r-
weekly Packet between the above pert", leaving Nashville
every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock, A. Mand
rauueau on U UUAI ana fnlUAT, at X o clock, P. M
etopping at all the Intermediate landings.
For freight or passage, having good accommodations, ap
ply on board or to A. HAMILTON, Agent.
marM tjel8 c
REGULAR NASHVILLE AND PADUCAH PACKET.
A freinht steamer ROCK CAT VI
ing been recently purchased by Cspt sTis
To?1'"' wil1 run " ,hi leaving Nashville as specified,
at 10 o clock A. H, and hopes by pui duality to meet a lib
eral share of patronage. For freight or passage apply on
" " n. n. hakkisui. I .
NASHVILLE AND MEIPIIIX
UNITED STATES KAIL PACKET 1STZ.
CITY or HUNTSYILLK
For ITIcnipbis, New orleana, m. Lam la, .
TRI- WEE KL F.
rHE splendid new passenger steamers CITY OF HCNT9
YILLE, Carlrr, Master, leaves KashviUa every Mon
day at 6 o'clock, p.m.
J. G. CLINE, Jas. Davis, Master, leaves Nashville every
Wednesday at 6 o'clock, p. m.
JOHN BIMPSON, Jacr Davis, Master, leaves Nashville
every Friday at o'clock, p. m-
Connecting at Padticah with the dally Louisville and PU
Louis I'nited States Mail BoaLs, and at Memphis with the
splendid Nrw Orleans steamer. Bulletin, H. R. W. Hill, Geo.
Collier and Ingomar.
The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. L. DAYIS, I . .
r -a -
JNO. S. & W. G. BRIEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 3 Cherry Street, ap8
N E XV HOOK,
THE AMERICAN SPORTSMAN, containing Hiirrs to
SroBTax.v. Norrs on Sboutiho abo ths Hi bits or tub
Gas IIikds abo Wiui Fowl or Amkbica, by E.J.Lewis,
M- D" For 8 F CHARLES W. SMITH.
marM a u o
SHIRT COLLARS '
JCST received a lot of Shirt colars of the tie-tonality
and some of them entirely new styles.
CLIFTON A Af.llOTT
I'93 No. 13 Cedar street.
ILOl It! KOI It L! 2iMJbarrelsofextraonhand
X Those who want an extra irt Icle can get Hat any time,
and at lair rate,s by calliugit
mri IT. T. FEATMAN'S.
H. SHEFFIELD, M. D.,
Rev. J. A. Boll's, Cleveland, Ohio,
Rev. G. B. Pbsbt, "
Prof. C. D. Wiu-iamu, "
Prof. J. H. Piltb, Cincinnati,
Prof. E. C. WiTBsaiLt, "
Ir. J. D. Aruktrosu, louisville, Ky.
Rev. Charles Tdmm, Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. J. B. Craigdbad,
Office No. H4 Cherry street, up stairs, Ave doors South
of the Post Office. mar28 ly
NOTICE TO THE LADIES AND GENTLE HEN.
O MARKS would most respectfully announce to the Lav
dies and Gentlemen of Nashville and vicinity, that he
has onenrd a Bleaching and Pressing establishment, where
he will Bleach and Press Hats and Bonnets in the latest and
most approved style, without Injuring the Braid. Ha will
pie'fge himself to give general satisfaction to all who may fa
vor him with their patronage. Mrs. Marks, as a profession
al Milliner and Dress Maker, can always be found in the es
tablishment, ith a general assortment of Trimmings, Rib
bons and Keady-made Bonnets of the latest Fashion. She
will be most happy to wait on all who may patronise
he', and will try every exertion to please.
Nil. IT Spring street,
ftbS tf Between College and Market.
N. B. Bleachlug and Pressing for the trade on ths mots
CTUAW 1 TTEItS lOlt FIVE DOE
kJ I.AK.N A substantial article. Just received and for
Je hy D. D. DICKEY,
Ns. S College street, Nsshvllle.
MANUFACTURERS AND MILLERS.
YT I are general Agents for the sale of all Cotton and
Woolen fabrics manufactured In the State of Tennea
see, snd have appropriated a large and commodious room
solely for their sale and slorsge. We have also appropria
ted another room for the aale and storage of FLOUR alone.
And we would respectfully call the attention of both Mana
facturers and Millers to this arrangement,
oc! I W. II GORDON A CO.
JCST received a large assortment of line Silk Cmh"Umt
all sixes and colors. CUFTON
dstf-i ko. la Cedar street.
LLATIIIH fa.TI.t On hand and ror sale
lebe No. 9 College street, Nashvir; .
MOLASSES. tOO bbla, holce Molaasee Ibr sale, U
arrive per E. Howard -sft New Oi leans 8th March,
maris w. U. GORDON A CO.
gt A s s V. Ac 23 Englbh casks Cog. Brandy,
eoor.la. Monongahela, Old Bourbon and Old Rye Whisky
10 " Malaga W ine,
10 half hbls. uo. d.
8 half pipes Champaigns B'andy,
1 Pipe Uoliand Gin, in store and for sale by
"I" W. H. GORDON A
NEW I1ANKINO IIUI'ISE.
JOHN D. JAMES. ...A. W11ELES3-... DAVID D. JAMES.
JOHN D. JA.tlES V CO ,
BAZ7KERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next door t the Bank of Nashville,
in, Naalk.wllle, Trnn.
COLLECTIONS made on all the cities of the United
States, and prompt returns made, by
l"1' JOHN j). JAMES A CO.
rj. L D A N D 8 1 L V E It boagh t and said at beat rate
' JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
' T K . A "? 1 ' 1 1 r EE" the priori pa I
. C,UM la Lnion, booght and sold at the lowest rate
joun D. James a co.
1NTEUEST paid on Deposits by
JOHN D. JAMES A CO
Bit AN-Just received, per steamer Salue Wst, AWvea
ty-thrte sacks Urari, aad for sale ky
Prl a a IX D. DICKEY.
G. W. HENDEfiSHOTT,
Corar of Cedar Btrawt aad th Sqaax,
, HAS received the saoel of his Fprlng stork. .
v-t ' ad has the plsasare of efTerlDg a moat splendid
k T A )ni of Drag and Medicine, and woa d osVr t (
Wlh. Public the parsst articlo of every kind. It is oo.f
nrcssssT to say that all medicines, aad every art tela sold
by me, are of the bast e.oahty.
ai'rta O. W . HENDERSHOTT.
IIIESII LI.ttE J I ICE Hold by
r sari's 6. W. UK!
nnGIII1 .4TI.ll, Lexiogtoa MastanL, war
J rsstl evnusae. aara JlraDe an. I BVInaa In vs .1
porpoaem. oohi w j
G. W. Hr-NDalSUaTT.
SIMIOX Ar WOLCPH Aramallc hle
stasas !sclaaasss said to be a v.rv rd aMdv-iaa.
sWaals by Q. W. HENDERSHOTT.
Prt O. W. UENDrUOTT.
Prt O. W. HrXDIXillOTT.
Q X It E N OE af alo-st every klssi.
U. W. HENCtWaOTT.
PI HE DlatllU4 llaaw atr.
Pf - Q. W. UES
. FINE ASOll T7IE.ST af Perfaasery aa4 Ea
k. traata. vanaoa k o4s: aa tba baas auahtv mi f.kv
Forsalaby (raw)) ss, W. UIsmuUTf.
MDOir CLAt-TsrtsaiassifsssM k-.lv
aarra a. w. tigxpaSHOTT.
JIEEE U acu tea antra Ksias.sj Ca as, raaatva
this day aad ar saks by
J. G. CLINE. JOHN SIMPSON.
aprll uu a iaoarcv.1.
HUBCH AN D Ell SON,
Comniiaeion and Farsrardlasrlcrcba
no. lana S Broad St- W ashtille, tenn ..
STEWART A OWEN,
So. 57 Market street, a few doors below their o d stand, sal
next door to W. H. Gordon A Co,
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Warn.
Ka.r.1- consiantiy on hand all kinds of
Improved COOKING STOVES: also,
Ftoyes of various kinds, such as Parlor, Hall,
Fluted, Box, 7 and 10 plate stoves. Also!
i proved Coal 8toves,of all kinds; Enamel
and Plain Mantle Grates. c.rr,..-.. .
it 1 1. sne.
Job Work solicited, and executed wl'h im.M... a
P. 8. W hoi.a nnr .1 I ...
their orders. ' --sr. su armtr
au,i U .
FEARN, DONEQAN CO.,
Commission V Forwarding Tlercaanio
Jas. J. Donegan, A. II. Hopkins.
They keep an office at HunteriUe. ?
Sept ,1S4; tf
EVONS Ac CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AXD IarORTBlia OP
rOMTSTT T.TQTTORS. CIGARS A TORACCQ.
ao. 19 Cedar Street, near the Post rrm.
T- t-MARSWAU. - . ,
J. D0TLE A CO.,
Soap and Candle JIanulacturera,
Packer of I'ork and Reef,
No. 28 South Front street, NASnTTLLE, TENN
.Highest price paid in cash for TUew. Grease, ana
JAMES W HAMILTON n
TENNESSEE SCOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY
Corner of .TIarkel and Sprint St-, '
consisting in par, ot lMtoTkb-
ifn,iOMb,e.So,e 'T:o Hroeana.
Vn,h r"f fno n'-vj "id light;
Youths' and children's coarse and fiiTe shoes
, . , SUH-
U:Le .nJ T'" "-J and pejged;
" Fre- ch Mo.
m Tampico" . M
and pegged. " ''' oroeca Boou, sew, I
We are making our own work from select stock .nH
d?ek m"lf ,0 Ur"er' 1"irer "'ring pre. p.ly an4
fn5Vh pa,d for n',,e ur ,,',n "change
'0'3- HAMILTON AFCLLER.
SUPERIOR PIANO FORTES. "
JNO. n. WEST,
T J A.?. supply of PI ANO m.
HAittr. Davu. A Co., Boston.
T. GnjT M c Boston.
, . . . Nt!"iS Clasx, New York
ahtch. for durability rerft-n.nn .aa V
xteqUa.ed by ,D, ola.m ". r
ahlch he win Jureis , . ,f .nufactuT ,b" ma4
iddition of carnage! li ,1 K' ",,h
well to .pp., , & UZ Z te cfowZ" anT "
ml. to make room for othersVry expected "
rim.' COTTON OINs
1 wiiif !T'b'r fc.'ng ,or f h above ..
Awlll keep a supp,, on or p W r, gf.,
out more moat. .Vl !. jf . f !" U.' "rr, takina
thia reputation, which thVv LrZL - ' ''T'u 10
on trial, if used accord In ih-"AJrT"D to a""l
augl-Ltf 'ccor,1'n direcuonssent with each,
I U-T. IEATMAN.
S21IO II rit- a .
VLM ?JZ!!Vl MINERYA;
quite a Dr,m,in., : 1M u"nF " habit; h
inches in height. th, ,, " Z'VZTJ.
' w III I a aa aar al I .
seamstress several veara. .n.i . VT" . Z " -
preparatn t -.i.'. k' "" '""
- . r " " ria to a rreePt.tr, caving re.
5 ihi "'Pt re. off. If taken on.
or me mate. I will give two humlrd Jollars tor her appre
hension, and one hon.trJ doll-a If taken , Bute
lodged in the Nasb.iile JaiU
Javo!fa-tf TU08-If. PETWAT.
OF THE INDIAN TRIP. aw ow NORTH AMERICA.
T 1TfI Blos:r.pnlcal Sketches and anecdotes of the Pri
thVlnu! at 7' STlT
. J. B. W.
LARD WANTED. "
T ARD-aOOkbl. .rdwantl. .
State Fair and Exhibiton
JlfchamV Institute of Tennessee,
rill open at Odd r.ii- ...
ess . .-
s w. 1 r a- US' w a a b a-
E L Ei
0a t Firt MoatUy cf Octnber.
. '"" .ciniens ol Uieir skill sad
. ComDetent Jn . in i . . . . .
,. - v . . ' aptmei ti
: w .m.inre.1 10 .t.m.n. .n
to then, under ihV rules. v w w' uua
All articles sent for exhibition wtO be stored withoo ex-
ThTJt C Comm. Mgrltt u
The ohjeet of the Fair Is to develop and roooaraaw the
Manufacturing and Mechanical Btere.U of theFtaiT Is.
management is la the hands of a eoausiiua of reliable and
and energetic asm, and IU soi-crse is placed bej ond a doubt;
and an Invitation Is most eordusliy and eonndentjy extended
to ail who may be disposed la partcrpaie la Its advaataree
No Cbabo s will be made to exhibitors, either Aw Use artvU
lege af exhibiting or ter admise on to the kair
Tl,. I.. Jll. ti.i. 1 1 . . .
Tinmiirn. soil tsiril rwmirttj . -
. -i"-- " " ricuiiorai rs:r and the bm
f t.." T uno,t with the epealcg of i
Mechanics' Exnibillon. will , . .
Ci i.n . .a M.i.1.1.. t . ... ...
. 7 ,. T weiaiis ar ma plan af thai
blbiuoa. aad all tutsmr ini j . r"ul,i
.. uvwreu. wiu aa i
to. warded by addressing either .f ,a. .aers' jnl
H. K. Wal. r U ON0US. Pres-C
,rt.. P00D FOR MAN AND EEAST.
lORS too sacks Corn; ft. a aacas Oala- lm ami v.. ,
t reewivsd and br sal. by D. D.' VKK ItT.
- P' J"o. Collrge'atraeL
91 A I FACT 1 11 1 : Ik TT niirn
70 BALE AT TUt FACTORY
J. Leon's I
aa m " m ampl
win aw giv.a, at the Factory. 4cBvrew W Jg,
I. II. II A It HI SON,
FORWARD IN3 AND COMT?s0!f actut
I IJitTra STATES MAIL PACKET t
vy orric. m. it mm.
aiPvF. UAKDCAJiTUra BmUS re
ssa ' 1 iTIWI
X- tf Iroa MaMera, aaj athen wSbing
a anting erwars snst sel wna praas atDa
s arviaas m i. aaiisi-i.a uimmbu.
raaeaw essaia abs rvauimi.
JlcOIIlDT A CAU.nit 11AEE,
. LSJRYMEN. FLO RUTS,
AND LANDSCAPE GAR DENIES,
TVrew H- es waaa the city, aa the H Usboca' Tarapiha,
f aTAvi ar aala Frsut Treea, Grape Ylnaa, Ever
TUiaa. Ever -.". '
unska. ftoasw f
t, Asv- V J
X.(TaasM tsosl i iisssaalsl Tiara, Ohrwaa.
w .uaoaaa Mala. Oaasr iKurs tar M . i
eUrkMBS 4 asx ar r end. avxjau to i
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