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FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
JV. 47 Public ii are,
NASH FILLS, TKNN-,
DIItCCT mPORTCRH A'l VHOI
SAI.K DCtLEUS I
IX J. XL X WARE,
ARE n in receipt of their stock f r the Fall Trade, and
would invite the particular attention of Merchant
Isiting Mashville to their awnrtroent, believing that their
lock embraces ai great variety, and i h-ir goods are offered
at price as reasonable, a can be found in any market in
tbe Colon, when costs of purchasing and transportation are
iktn into consideration .
T iey now devote their whole attention to the WHOLE-
Af fc business, and, in s.lditien, being DIKKCT IMP'iR
fKKSof all KNGLUslI AND GKHMAN HARDWARE, they
are enabled to offer facilities to the Retail Dealer equal to
any bouse in any mar set, Th y will take pleasure at all
times in showing through their esatablshment all laho will
favor thrn aith a call.
fF Feathers received at the highest market price.
epl vatrw tf
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD
American, Engliih ft German fmp4 C m
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
wtarmui poilio bwark,
Uo5 1y NASHVILLE, TKNN.
A House and Lot on McLemore street. The
Lot fronts IDS feet on McLemore street, and runs 2 ;h
' ack It's reel. The Mouse is a two Story Brick, and isiX
contains S rooms, a hall above and below, with kitchen out-hou-e,
Ac. This property is located in the neighborhood of
th Nashville and North-Western Railroad Depot. It is also
convenient to the business portion of the city, and can be
bad upon good terms, lor lurther information, apply to
K. A. BALLOWE,
oct5 GenT Ag't No. II Deaderiek
5ASHVILLE ACADEMY OP MUSIC.
No. 84 Vine Street, Naoh ville, Tenn.
CHARLES HESS AND HENRY WEBER.
DEPARTMENTS The System of Instruction adopted for
this Academy is the same as that pursued in the Royal
Academy in Paris, and comprises five Departments, vii.
primary, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and fSenicr;to
which la added a Recapitulation Department, designed for
those who intend to adopt Music as a profession.
TERMS PER SKdsION.
Fuaiar Dtraai any, (20 00
Five lessons a week, one daily, Saturday excepted.
Fasoumx DarAKTmuiT 25 00
Four lessons a week, Monday, Tuesday, IbursUay
BoraoMoHa DKraBTMxaT 80 00
Thiee lessons one week, Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, the succeeding week Tuesday and Thursday.
JCMoa DarsaTMKN'T 83 00
Lessons same in number and in days as in the
Ecxtoa Department 40 00
Two lessons a week, Monday and Thursday.
PlTimrt ITUlM 1 1 If , .Tli . If T - .... lo0
Lessons daily, Saturday excepted. !
Is all of the foregoing Departments, the Piano and
Guitar are tbe vuly instruments taught.
Instruction on the Harp, S lessons a week, per session f 45 00
M in Vocalization, Xo it)
Italian stile, 45 00
to classes of gentlemen on the Violin, Flute,
Clarionet, Ac, two evenings a week, 15 00
ffT All tuition fees due on the entrance of the pupil.
One lesson a week in Sacred Mmic given to all pupils fret
Nochare-e will be made for the use of Instruments. M usie 1
and Music Books furnished gratis to the pupils, who will be
permitted to retain them as their own property at the close '
of the session.
I'upils will be received at any time, and charged from the j
period they enter to the close of the session. The attend
ance of pupils will be required during the lesson only. i
The Academic Year will be divided luto two sessions; the
one commencing on the Vd Monday in feptember, and cl"S- I
I nt on the last Friday in January, the other commencing on
be 1st Monday in Februaiy aud closing on the first Friday ,
In June. I
Xf opils Intrusted to their cure shall receive closo at-
enlion. and if unwearied assiduity on the part of the in- '
t tractors can avail, they shall hot fail to attain the elevated i
t andard of proficiency to which they may aspire.
Application to be made oo or after the 1st day of Septeuv
er, at the Academy. auglS -9m
ADVAM'C IX lOWIi:it.
WING to the advanced price In Saltpetre, I flx the prices
Ol l owner irora mis use ai me iuiiiuwiur tntm .
J I U-U' 1 Hum mm u w """ ' PS
For Dupout'i K He Powder, per keg, (T f)
"" half " 4 0(1
Tennessee Blaatiur. 6 50
Nashville, Sept, 1,1 b55.
Ill AVE now on hand, and will hereafter keep a constant
supply of th following articles :
Dupont's celebrated It if le-and Sporting:
rou der In canisters aud quarter, bait and whole
Trnutirtsre UlaatlufO in kegs of SMbe and bar
rcls of 100 lbs.
Toy, Hick ford & Co'i Safely Fitae, war
Railroad Contractors, Miners and the Trade generally,
supplied at the lowest market prices.
Prompt attention given te all orders.
Agent for the Manufacturers,
Office with F-. 8. Cheatham A Co.,
arpS Corner of r'pring and College street.
S rill.l. Ill f.f. Y TIIir-1 V.15-lnd lJi'Steel
Buggy Tire, Just received and for sale by
D D. DICKEr,
ep21 No. t College street.
C'OIO . ISO sacks prime while Corn, just received and
tor sale by D. D. DlCKsiY,
rpiT No. f College street.
PIAItnr.LlZKIt IKON 7IATi:i.S.
TMI1S magnificent style of Mantel is fast taking the place
of all other descriptions, both on account of its aupe
r beauty, richness, durability, and particularly Its cheap
ass. While their cost is only about half that of the real
garble, they indeed exceed the former in beauty, have a
,prnor lustre, ars less liable to soil, are much easier
ept clean, aud far exceed msrble in durability, and are, at
he same time, less liable to break.
The undersigned are agents for the manufacturers, Wal
ace, Lilhgow A Co , Louisville, Ky and will furnish them
to their patrons, and the public generally, with grates, sum
It er pieces, and every thing complete; an I will also srper
auiiiU their putting up. KTEWAKT A OWLS,
Stove Dealers and Tinware Manufacturers,
HiarK dswtf No. M Mrk-t strret.
BEAD AND BE WISE.
BE it known to the citiiens of Nashville, and the balance
of the Human Family, 'hat I, J. FLOWFRj, No. 41 L n
Ion street, havejust received a fine assor'metit of Spe-
I.irlt', known to opticians as the "Concave Convex"
UIhsw better known in this community as BRAZILIAN
PhllliLKfl. made from Braxiiian hand, which I am williug to
sell at reasonable prices, as fo'lows :
(sold Frauia, Hliue Temples ft 00
Single " D
Coin Fine Silver Frames, Slide 1'emplcs 8 It)
As to selecting Ppectacles, I piofes ti know all about It,
having paid particular attention to .that branch of the bu
r mess for the last twenty years. J. ILtiWKK!,
o ilV tt N. 4t I'nion sL, Nafcville.
I'l.tH'IC ! ri.OCII IJ-We hive now In store and
receiving d iilv targe quantities f 0 ur trom
lbHiino M Hi Carter, W hite A Co.. in bugs aud bbls.
Goodlettsville Mills 1. Z. Ked A Uro., ' "
hincer Mill Moore, Manila? A " "
Port K al Mills Wralheif rd A Watson, " M
To ah'ch we isvite the attention of Dkaisks nlv.
DOg W. II. OJKDON A CO.
GI N V ItAliS J(H bales (50.ttW) new Si bushel
extra heavy tiuuny Bags. In suire end for sale by
novS W. II. UURD'iN A CO.
UXEX large enough to hold a load of Toal, for sale by
JVUy KaM 4,r.,
no es vourge si.
"Tlt H ; II T MMKIA-Ci V-gs Wrought fpikes,
v from 8 to 81i Itiche-, received by sfatner - rssl. and
forsaleby lepl D. 1. DICKEY, i
"OHSDOTLS T. L. MARSH ALL W.J. IMilLS. '
J. DOYLE k CO.,
Va p and Caudle laiiiifHt liim'a, and (
Packers ef Pork and Itref, :
Ko. xS South rronl street, N Aj VILLK, TENN. I
( Highest price paid In cash fur Tallow, Grease, an 4
Unl. H-hiiA tt 1
FOWLER &. NORTON',
COMMISSION ASD JTOXWARDISO HEECHAHTS,
AgenU for Illinois CeStrti Eailroad,
aepil siam C ajro, 1 1 1 in I a.
WATTS, GIVEN & CO.,
Kecehing & Forward injr; 3If rchants,
HATTNQ A large new and substantial Wharf Boat, all
Goods entrusted to our care shall be forwardi-d with
promptnea and deepatrb, e-V illy
-si iniic.1. isis rKi-.ni;. rs.
ALARGt InrTsoeol" Fins Surjlcal and Dissecting lastrw
tsenu has Just bee received and fur sale at a am ail
ad rarvv pa FasUra cost.
Students and ethers wou'.d 4 wall to call and alanine
the prices and quaLty, before making their parehaaee.
Wholesale ao4 ktial lruggtst,
Oct! Cvru,f CHege east I UK'S n-u.
KN'TS PL. Oonrreas GaiMrrs;
J do Calf J
B iys and 1 oullis f stent Leather and Calf Congress flatters
r eoeived W da.
41 Cuiiege sues)
CHANGE OF TIME!
1855 STTOUEll AREAKGEME3TT. 1853
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Four Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A- M 9 A. K.,
10:20 A. HL. and 6 P.M.
The Quickest, Shortest and Most Direct Route.
LAID WITH UEAVf T IRON.
WheeliDg Passengers Dice at Zanesville.
Piltshorgh Passengers Dine at Crestline.
Dunkirk and Buffalo Passengers Dine at Cleveland.
rrHE LITTLE MIAMI, via Columhos, being the Short
JL Quxk and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the Kst
the time Is so arranged that it is made with ease. Connec
tions are certain. Passengers are not sul ject to delay, and
have full time for meals, which is a great comfort to ladies
and children. The Little Miami via Columbus, being a short
and quick route, does not require anonymous correspon
dents or false maps to recommend it to the traveling public.
Each and every train by Uie Little Miami route ruus into
the depot of the Lake Shore Koad at Cleveland.
TI.UE via LITTa,: HI A MI ItOt'TE.
From Cincinnati to
COLUMBCS In 8V Hourr,
CLEVELAND in Hours;
DUN KIRK in UX Hours;
ALBANY in 24 Hours;
NEW YORK In 81 Hourr,
BOSTON in 8.1 Hours;
CRI-'SI LINK in 6 Honrs;
PITTBCRO in 14 Hours,
Pilll.AI KI.I-HIA in 81 X nonrs,
WHEELING in W)i Hours.
BALTIMORE in Hours,
WASHINGTON in2 Hours,
Si'ECBEN V1LLE in 12 Hours.
Baggage checked from Cincinnati to Wheeling, Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Dunkird and It J Halo.
Passeners by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Uttle Miami Bail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day in
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore or Washington City.
The Little Miami is the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DAILY TRAINS.
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pittsburg, Steubenville and
Wheeling Lightning Express, leaves Cincinnati at 6 A. M-,
for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
York and Boston; Crestline, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Philadel
phia and New York; Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Wash
ington City, Philadelphia and New York, c; Steubenville,
SanduBky and Detroit; Xenia, Yellow Springs and Spring
field. This Train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus
at Loveland, Mot. jw, Xeni and London only.
Paaiengers by this train for Lake steamers have five hours
"u a ha f at Cleveland.
-COND VKAI N Cleveland and Pittfburg Expre'i, leaves
ncinna'i at 9 A. M., for Columbus. Cleveland, Dunkirk,
i-uualo, New York and Boston; Crestline and Pittsburg-, Cir
c eville and Lanoasto; Blanchester, C'liillicothe mid Hills
borough. This Tram stops at til points between Cincinnati
and Columbus, except Linwood an I Branch Hill AI"",
C'limwtiiig at Cleveland direct with Lake steamers QLEEM
OF THE vtFSTand CFECKNT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains lor New York, Boston,
Albany, Niagara Falls, Ac. .
THIRD TRAIN Wheeling Express, leaves Cincinnati at
in A. M., for Columbus, Zanesville. WIH.-ling, Baltimore,
Washington Cty, l'hiladal hia aud New York.
This Irain stops at all points between Cinninnatl and
Columbus. ... . , .
FoL'KTH TRAIN Accommodation, leaves Cincinnati at
4 P M., for Xenia, Yellow Springs and Springfield; Circle
ville aud Lancaster; Blanchester and Chilicothe; Uillsboro'.
Th s Train stops at all points between Cincinnati and
X Ij'fTH TRAIN Cleveland, Pitts' -urg and Wheeling Night
Express, leaves Cincinnati at 6 V M.. for Columbus, Cleve
and Dunkirk, Buflalo, New York and Boston; frestline,
P.ttsburg Philadelphia and New York; Z tnesvil'e, Wheeling,
Baltimore, Washington City, Philadelphia and New York.
This Train stop at all points between Cincinnati and
Columbus, except Linwood ard Branch Hill.
one Train on Sunday at 2.8u o'clock P. M., for Columbus.
Trains run by Columbus Time I Minutes faster than Cin
cinnati. THROUGH TICKET?,
And all Information can be obtained at the new offices No.
8 Burnet Uue Building, W. L. O'BRIEN, Ticket Agent;
No 177, front office, Gibson House Building, ALEXANDER
HAMILTON, Ticket Ag-nt; or at the old office, Southeast
corner ol Broadway and Front street, ophite Spencer
House, or at the Eastera (Litlie Miami) Depot, Eit Front
P. W. STRAHER, Gtn'lAg t,
THE OMXIBCS LINE
Calls for Passengers at all the pri-cipal Hotels, for each and
every train. By leaviug directions at either of the above
oSices, will call for passengers in all pai U of the city, with
out fail. jc-20-tf
"WOOSE Y0URR 0 U T E !
FROM LOUISVILLE, XT.,
BY THE JEFFERSON VILLE R. R.,
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI R. B-;
Or, Via Indinnapolia,
SF THE BKLLEFOXTAIXE A CLEVELAND R. R
To Sandusky, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara, Pitt
bur , Baltimore, Washington City, Phil
adelphia, Kew York, Boston, Ac
"IIOTH Routes are exieditious, and through lares to any of
x) the above points the same.
First Claas Passenger Trains leave the Jefferson ville R. R.
Depot daily (Sundays excepted,) to make Jure connections
with the roads beyond.
i:m:c.anti.y i ittkdcp ojinibi ses
Are carrying passengers from the Hotels, or any part of
Louisville, to and from the Railroad Station.
Further particulars can be obtained by Inquir'ng at the
offices of the Hotels, or at the Jeffersonville K. K. Offie.
near the Gait House, Louisville, where through tickets to all
the principal cities can be procured.
JOHN ZCLAUF, Pres't,
A. P. OPBORNS, Supt.
J. W. Hill, Ticket Agent In Louisville. Jan'.iO tf
Vickshurg Whig, Satches Courier, New Orleans Pirayune
and Delta, Eagle A Enquirer in Memphis, please copy for
three mouths, and charge R. R. Oth:e.
Premium Boot k Shoe Manufactory.
E BJK X FULLER,
(Successor to Hamilton A Fuller,)
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY,
Corner Market and Spring or Church Su.
RATEFL'L for the liberal patronage bestowed opon this
T Manufactory since its esiablir-hiut-nt, the Proprietor
eels determined to merit a continuation of the same in fu-
I have now on hand a good a" sort men t of ready
mil a good assortment of ready
ing in part ol Men's, Boys' andCj
nd Thick Boots and Shoes; Negri
le; house Servants Shoes, Ladies VW
ma.le work, .-onsisti
Youths' Calf, Kip an
Broirans. double aole
and Misses Calf Morocco, and Kid Baots and .'hoes, all niale
frota gool stx-k, in gxxl style and warranted.
Orders Iroio Plan lers. Iron Masters, Railroad aud Turn
pike Companies r.-seclfully solicitrd.
l 'tr All kinds f repairing done.
Cash paid for Hides. EBEN FCLLER.
II i:i:T 1 100 bundles Shret Iron, Just receiv-
5 tJsuJW"'"" D. l. H1CKKV,
uuli No. 6 ColleKS street.
E0ZIEKY, GLOVES, Ac.
ICS received a large stock of White, Brown and Fane)
colored Cotton, Silk aud UsleThirad, H Hoe and Uluv
CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
iS0 Nv In Cmiartr
FOR THE LADIES RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
LADIES' Super French Heeled (Jailers;
" Congress heeled lloola;
" " Browi Congress Outers.
A few dsen pairs ol the Utcst styles and very handiome,
ual i.ened by JOHN RAMAOE,
eepB 4i College at.
Geo. L. Anderson,
Warehouse & Commission Mcrr hant,
FOR THE PALK AND STORAGE OF
Cotton Corn lt) - M he af !, Ilucon.
I.artls I rallu ra wild I lour,
Ar.d all manner of Produce and Merchandise, an J will attend
to Receiving and Forwarding Merchandise.
"Cash advanced on Produce In Store."
BRICK WAREUOCSE, NottlfiM RnwufT.,
ociS-dlm AUGUSTA. Ga.
Cabin Passage to Xtw .ork 20.
UNITE D STATES MALL LINE,
The new and Spleodi4 side-wh steamships
KOVll.l.i:,lJi0tons Capt. C. D. Uawe,
AI (, kT.I) lAoOtons Cap. T. Lrost,
ft LOU 1 DA, 1SO0 tons Capt. W. 8. 'iiou
ALABAMA, ISuOtons Capt. O. K. Bcasaca,
ill Leave Sarannata
EVERT WEDXESDAT AXD SATURDAY.
Tbeaw ships are asaong the largest ea the eoaat, ansur
lass4 la spaad, safety er r isVrt s-isltTg their pasaagre la
to to 40 hours, a ad ar commanded by skillful, careful aefl
polite eff.ee rs. Having etewaitl ataw-rooaa aoiMxtiaiixlaUuaa,
Ihcy ener a sao essraue omswyance te New York.
Cable pssaags.... .... .... ............ ......rt.
Steerate psar g.
AgeoUi PAMXIOSU, FAT CO tvavaaaak.
BAUX U M17CU1LL, 1 kr4way,
jeS4 New Vk.
A EI reiadJ thai I have the Ware-rooeie welt
IX. sttfct lUs AVkKr TII1NQ K AW AM
FiaibUt In my line tor the FU Trader and ouid be
sicaad le aa Utcur mows.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
as. m rubuo suur.
ST. LOUIS ADYERT1SEMEMTS.
From tbe Newspaper Advertising Areney of W.B. 8WYM
MER, No. 14 Second Street, ST. LOCld, Mo.
WELCH k GRIFFITH'S
fl "2W sa3
HAVING purchased from Mr. Wm. BouthweU his Patent
Right for grinding CIRCULAR and other Saws, for
which we have paid him a large sum, aso ws as! ths soli
raorairroks or this patent. We will re sard any person
giving information of infringements on the same.
This is the only Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
Saw perfectly even in thicknees.
They will require less stt wi',1 not heat while running
will saw smooth save lumber and keep an edge longer
than any other saws made and are not liable to become
All our Saws are made from an extra quality of Cast Steel,
Imported expressly for our own use, at much higher cost
than is generally Died for Saws.
We respectfully inform nil manufacturers of Lumber, that
no Saw will be sent from this establUhmeut but what is of
superior steel and workmanship, the temper will be found
more even and uniform than any Saw in use.
X3T Orders received atour Warehouse, 62 Congress St.,
Boston. WELCH bElEFIIUS.
And by our Agent,
aug20-8m 213 Main Street, St. I.oui.
Field, EcariUlcc & Co.,
MPOKTritS AND DEALLBS VS
PIECE GOODS TOE
Vio. 158 .nain St., St. I.ouli., Mo.
HAVE NOW IN STORE A HEAVY AND COMPLETE
stock f Goods suitable for the
A I'Tl'MS AND WIXTEH KALES
and are prepared to compete with any jobbing house in the
Tbe stock consists in part of the following goods, vis :
C L O TIMS.
DO ES KINS,
U I, A
SATIN DE CHINES,
Every description of
TAILORS' AND CLOTHIERS' TRIMMINGS.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
MEN'S iritNIMIINli (iOODS.
An invitation is hereby respectfully extended to
MERCHANTS, CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS,
visiting the city for the purpose of buying goods in this line,
to examine our stock before making their purchases.
Ali orders will teceive prompt attention.
augltt dswtfm FIELD, BEARDSLEE k CO.
WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTORY.
FR. WALTER. U. G. B0HN
i WALTER 6c BOHNT,
Nos. 31 A 33 Market Street, between Main ft 2d,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CONSTANTLY on hand a large and fieh assortment of
all kinds of FANCY CANDIES, which, for Chenpness,
Quality and Variety, can rot be surpissed by any other es
tablishment in the West. mai31 dawly
ESTABLISHED IN 1S5.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(Succ&mort Ut Ira Todd &ms,)
No. 212 MAIN STH i:i:T, cor. of .Morgan,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.,
Importeri and Manufacturers of
FRENCH BURR MUX STOKES,
If u ten Auclaer Iloltinr t'lotli,
PORTABLE GRAIN HILLS,
PLASTER OF PARIS,
IRON PROOF STAFFS,
REUl "LATINO SCREWS,
Our assortment of Mill Material is the largest In tt
rni7f Stilt. At present we have on hand pairs o
MILL STONES. Orders promptly filled and all articles war
ajnted. mart! lyl U. C. TODD A CO.
EM 11 It i: SAW WOKKS.
W. L. F. GAGE ft CO.
Warcrooiu No. 37 Main Street,
ST. EOl IS, MU.
ANCFACTCRER3 of every description of extra Cntl
A, A , . t r 1 ' ( 1 1 , j Minify. V ' 1 " 1.1., i i.. .
Iund and l'tittfl Sinn; Stiw Jlunilieui, I'mfUand Cvid
Chintls, Trunk Upring. Anile, Reaper icie,Wu,
iff., t r.
tfOld Saws repaired and made as good as new, at small
The undersigned have made such improvements, and ar
rived at such perfection In the tempering and grinding de
partment of their Works, and take such pains to procure the
best quality of Steel, that they can assert, without fear ol
contradiction, that their stock o' Saws on hand and now
being manufactured, are and aid be, Slot only equal
bm ttiiperior to auf uiiidc in or brought
to Hi in market.
Every Saw sold under their guarantee will be made good
to the purchaser, if not found to be so on trial.
itarla dViiawly W. L. F. GAGE A CO.
DR. C. M. JACKSON, PhlLtd1., Pa.,
will trrerTPAi.i.T rem
UTER COIPUKT, DTSPErSH, JALVDICE,
CAronte mr Nervo-t DebilUy, LUrnitt of the
JTufasyt, and all diitatr aruing from m liU
rrferetf Liver or Stuwtaek.
Inward files, Full,
ness of Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the (stom
ach. Nausea, Hartborn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or weight in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking, or
Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim
ming of the Head, Hurried and difficult breath
ing. Fluttering at the Heart, Cboaking or Suffocating
Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimneia of Vision,
Dots of Webs m-for the Sight. Fever and Dull Paia
in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin anH Eyes, Pain In the .
Side, Bark, Chest, Limbs, Ac. Sud
den Flsslsae of Heat, Burning
in the r leah, Cusianl Im
aginings of Evil, and
Ti e Proprietor, to calling tbe attention of the public U
this preparation, does so with a frelu.g of the utmost confi
dence la its vu-tues and aJjulalKn to tbe diseases for which
it is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
the test of a tea years' trial before the Amen, an people,
and lu reputation and aale ate unrivalled by any similar
preparations eitant. The testimony in its favur given by
lbs most prominent and welt known Physicians and ludi
viduals, in all parts of ihe country, is immense. The follow
ing from yeur own State, is respectfully submitted, referring
any who may still doubt, to my "MmorabilnIX or Practical
Uei-rlpt Book, lor Farmers and families, lo beTisd graus, ef
all the Agents for the tirrmao Bitters.
Principal Ofhee and Manufactory, lit Arch street, Phila
Testimony from Tenneatew.
Dr. II. B. Pcarbonugh, Dover, Tenn Aug. S3, ISM, says:
"1 nave sold all the (ierman Bitters you have sent sue, and
U the preparatioD continues to dx as Biurh goot as it bas
dona, it will be the best medicine ever sold hf-re."
U Saodgrase, Sparta, Tenn.. August t, ls&3,aaya : "I am
pleaaad to state that your German Bitters has giveo. eatia
lactioii in every tnitance where It bas been asad."
B. T. Uollins, UUlsburoatb.Teae Augaat au, lSU,aays :
"I am pleased to slate that the berauMs Bitters have given
general salt faction.1
Dr. P. Fauo A Brix, Knozrllile, Tenn, 9th April, 1331,
said: Yoar Bitters are now selling wery fast, and every
person that has eaed It, so fax as we have beca aute to War a,
has l-een beneflted.
J. W. FrankUa A Co., Gallatin, Tena-December 80, 1U0,
said : "The new Arm will want mors ol your Hitters soon,
as one wf tbe partners thinks It Is a great medicine."
R. 8, Hardy. Bolivar, Teaa, September 15, saidr
"Tbere a greaA deaiaud fur your bi tiers here; pieaac srud
aaothsT lot sooa.M
Tbey are oiuo.1 vwemBa, free trom all tnjorkma la
gredieata, always streatkea the systea and avver pros
Witd ta Nashville by BERRT A DFMOVII.I.B R. O. PCO
VEJL, KWIN BROd., aad U. W. I1ENDKKSH0TT, acd by
lalrs ta Modietae aad Storekeepers everywhere.
mar 0 doawtriawly
IV OAK TANKED LEATHIK D JJ TINO. Tt.e subscri
ber odrs a Mof about Ihai fnt W prime oak taaeed
Leatbar Belting. IB widths SHm I a La hi inch, at euat
ease erices oC e lurk) aad 8 per ct. Appty sooa.
rei . . Jo. K WEST.
FASHIONS FOR FALL, 1835.
CL0AXS, TA1HAS-AI?D MANTILLAS.
TT7TLL Introduce for the inspection of Southern and Wes-
V tern Merchants, on the 1st of August, his usual large
variety of goods in his line,
EMBROIDERED VELVET MANTLES,
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
PLAIN VELVET MANTLES, Richly Trimmed,
COMBINATION OF VELViT AND MOIRE AXTI QVK,
Tbebnyerof the undersigned baring just returned from
France he is enabled to offer the most extensive assortment
of styles of any other establishment in the country, all of
which, by special contract with the Paris Manufactures, are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion as the only publisher of regulsr monthly Fa-hion Plates
in Uirxr'i and Bodey's Magazines chould be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select from bis stock.
51 Canal Street, ft 63 Lispenard Street, K. Tori.
Principal entrance SI Canal street, Second Manti la Sure
West of Broadway, couth side. augi am
V. JACKSOX A; SO,
GRATE AND FENDER MAKEES,
246 Front Street and 930 Broadway, NEW YORK.
ISAAC L. PLATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old estab
lished manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all sixes, suitable for windows of stores
and dwellings, Show Cases, Coach Lamps, Kail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse,
TO Murray Street, New York.
AMERICAN PLATE GLASS C02LPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I,
rpHE Subscriber having taken the agency of the above
A Company, is now enabled o furnish their Rough Plate
Glass, for aky'ights, Floor-tiles and Pavements, of a quality
superior to the imported article, and at much lower rates.
v JOHN B. PLATT,
Jyl7 3U 79 Murry street. New York.
PIC0T & SH0TWELL,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
HOUSE Fl'RNIlII.-NG 1 1 A II D YV A K T,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
JNYITE the attention of SOUTHERN and WESTERN
MERCHANTS to a LARGE AND VERY EXPENSIVE
STOCK OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE.
Cutlery of every description;
Silver Plated Ware; Japannery;
German tiiiver and Britannia Ware
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
bronzed, Copper and Brss Goods;
Tea Trays, Hre Irons, Feuders, Wire Covers:
Bronsed Candlesticks, B'ock Tin Ware, Ac, Ac.
Our :-tock comprises every article in our line of business,
all of which we will sell to clexlers at the VERY LOW EST
PRICES FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPER. Goods or
dered by letter will be selected with great cure and despatch,
and pnt up in the best manner
PICOT A 8H0TWELL,
No. 66 Maiden Lane, New York.
PIP 8. Also, manufacturers of a very superior artie'e of
ated Spoons and Forks. je9 Cm
COMBS, FANS AND FANCY liOODS.
10 Park IMace, New York,
INVITES the attention of Southern and Western Mer
chants to his new stock of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soups, Porte
Monnaies, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book", Dre;-s
Buttons, fins and Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards-,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads, Necklaces, Ac. India Rubber
Combs, Canes, Balls -and Toys of every description. Scis
sors, Razors and Cutlery, Gold ami Gilt Jewelry, Aecor
deons and Violins, including a general and very large stock
of Er.gliih, French and German Fancy Goods, wliiih will l
sold at the very lowest prices for CfB or ArrROVKD Pafkr.
Orders by letter selected and put up in the best manner.
WILLIAM TApKER, 10 Park Place, New York.
P. S. Please cut this out. my5 diy
Till: II F.ST IIAIK IYF.
DR. O. M. BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high- '
est premium at the Wokld's Fic and Amrricah Isjti-
TiiTK, where it was examined by the DisTikulmshko Chkmits
Dr. Chiltox and Prof. John Tokrkv, and pronounced the !
BEST. For sale by the principal Druggists in i'lis cii.v. i
Price Principal Ottice aud Store, Nos. 4 OS end .00 '
BROADWAY, New York. marJl-ly
JO. G. BROWN
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRCMFNT9, Ac,
43 CoUege Street, nvshvillk, TENN.,
MY stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, is now very
complete, having received Irenh supplies, selected by
one of the Una in person, vis: Lubin's, Basin's and Mitrhel's
Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style; Dil
luc'sand Lubin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrystals; China, Metal
and Glass Puff Boxes, several new styles; Shell Combs, large
stock. Also have on hand indigo. Madder, White Lead,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac, Ac. je9
THE Copartnership heretofore existing under the firm
style of BROWN A GRUB US, is this day dissolved bv
mutual consent. Jo. G. Baxwa is alone authorised to use
the name of the firm ln liquidation, Ac.
JH.-UH G. BROWN,
Nashville, June 6, 1S55. W. B. GRUBUS.
jo. u it own,
HAVING purchased the entire Interest of Mr. W. B.
Gxobbs, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS as for
merly, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to see his
friends, Ac, Ac No 43 College street. JeS
i.MHIN. TACKIiL' A large stock, selected by
one of the firm, consisting of t.enuine l.tincr
Itk Hooka, plain and on Snools; also, Aberdeen,
Gravetaleen and common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Lines cable laid Silk and Sea Grass, spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Float of every va
riety; Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac. In short, can supply those who can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every th.ng they may need to the
successlul prosecution of this useful calling.
JO. G. BROWN,
.9 43 CoUege t.
Ijt Hi: MOONAlli:iA IIIMi V Sbblj
of the above, just received, of prime quail' y. Sold to
ui for six yeais old. JO. O. BROWN,
j,.j 43 Colleire st.
O'l U.L' WA II I : S,5"0 pieces Stone Ware, consisting
O ol Jars, Churns. Jugs, Miik Pans, I la Her Cna-ks, Ac, ol
every s.se, Just received. JO.O. BROWN,
j, V 43 College st.
1)OltTI IK A Nil MOITH A I. II Constantly
09 haal, Barclay, Perkins A Co's celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. JO. G. BROWN,
je9 4.) College street.
)i: III. SrAIIC'll 2 boxes of a very superior
article of Starch, just received by
jr9 43 College st.
j?Oll J I'.I.I.IFS 100 lbs Irinclass Sheet and Shred.
Also, 1 groce Sparkling Gelatine; t'tipuy's Extractor
Vanilla, Ac. J.G.BROWN,
jro 4t College t.
GOI.I1 FOI 1 Abbey A Son's Gold Foil eoastanlly on
baud. JO. . BROWN.
jr9 4-1 College street.
C10;UIS IV ATF.lt Constantly receiving, dl
reel from Saratoga. Also, Kmpirn Water.
JO. O. BROWN,
r9 48 College st.
OFFUM ANI WAX CAMH.I.S-10 boxes
k5 Sperm and Wax Candies, this dav received by
JO. O. BROWN,
e9 43 Co. lege street.
Ji:i:t'iIS LOVOSweediah Leeches on hand and br
J sale by JO. G. BROWN.
Jr 43 College St.
LA It U O I L 10 bbls. No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by
JO. O. BltOWN,
J,9 4 t Co'leee
" LADLES SLIPpEKS-
LADIES' Brown French Toilet Slippers;
" Fine Black Kid Slippers, Plain and Trimmed,
jpene d this day by JOHN KAMAGK,
aep29 41 Colleee st.
VOWLtSllini;-) bag i Prime Baltimore Coffee;
1 100 doa assorted Pickles ;
1 half pipes pure o d Crnac Branny.
aepU BtVMjLR, FANNING A CO.
ITT I are ander way again, and will be pleased ta serve
I 1 our fricais in any thing they aaav want la tbe Fur
Hilar Use. loot Hi j UauvlMEB, NANCK A CO.
1ST lti:( F.I VF.Is
(V) bbls Cranbed aad Powdered Sugars;
xo btuls v hiU Cnrystalised ao;
SO balsa double struned Loaf do;
ltd bbls Baltimore KeAaed de.
on. BkTMOCR, FANNING A CO.
ISO boxes low priced Virginia Tobacco;
ftU do eWbratad " Pa colV do
M do "Pride ef Vlrgini" do
TO do Palmetto Twist do
lOO'Kt Finish and Amerkaa Dgars;
100 doa. kexse Bardiaee;
t bbls Nula, asaorted;
X"i tMgs eaca Pepper, rifdea and Glneee.
pepS SKYMOCSt FANNT50 A CO.
N C ONxilliNMCNT
N bales Ne. 1 tMaatwrra;
400 kegs Pure aad No. t White LeaJ. for sale lew.
eepii BirJeOtR, FANNIN A CO.
New Dook on ISUttions.
ACTCLOrCDIA OF MI5FI0NS: ConUluing a eearre
heasive view of Miaawaary operatioo thrvaghool the
World. With Geographical Deaeripuoa and artiu of tbe
Foetal, Moral and luiigioiuowaditiuaet the people. Br As v.
The etieclMa ef Cergysse ef DeiutmiMtitme Is la
tiied to the above work. for sate by
oet t 41 Cwtkg swsel
ANDREWS 5t JESUP,
COTTON AND WOOLEN MACHINERY,
Steam Eagines and Boilers, Machinista Tools,
Belting, Ac, Ac.
isiroBTcaa ad d salmis rs
MANUFACX IJKE II S ARTICLES,
No. CT I'lne St., New York.
N. B-Agents for the "WOODRCFF A BEACH IRON
WORKS" STEAM ENUINE3 AND BOILERS.
Exclusive Agenev in New York for " L 0 W E L L MA
CHINE SHOP" Macuisists' Tools. octS dl 8m
CORNER OP DEADERICK ST. AND THE 8ftTJARE,
18 now supplied with a SUPERIOR 8TOCR OP GOODS
and ready to wait upon all who may favor him with a
A Rich Assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
AL WA TS OX BAND.
IOIt SALE Seven Lots situa'ed In Edgefield, front
Ing on the White's Creek Turnpike, this side of Camp
bell's store; all enclosed. The above property is well situ
ated either for business or residence. Terras easy. En
quire of R. A. BALLOWE, Gen. Airent,
sep'23 No. IT Desderick street.
( IIOLLICA rurvE.-vTivr.
rpHE Public are respectfully informed that LYONS A CO.
X still continue selliug their celebrated lioleru Mild
tliarrlK'ix Pre vt-nli v- (from the effects of which
so many last year reaped great comfort and relief,) by the
Ga Ion, Itottle or Gia-s. As p' eventives are always better
than cures, we strong'y recommend all to use it. The Poor
supplied without charite, if accompanied with a practising
Doctor's certiOcnte. Private Families particularly, should
have a bottle of this ar ic e in the bouse, in case of emer
gency. LYONS A CO.,
myl 19 Cedar street.
i;. N, CAHIt Ai CO.
188 Pratt Street,
BALTIMORE, 21 D.
A Cl lti: FOIt IIAKD TIMES
4, ND the Road to Vealth at E. N. CARR A CO', F.x-
V change and Lottery Broker's, the great Prise se'lersof
the Maryland Lotteries, who have, nunng me iai six
months, sold revtral Capital Prises, besides a laige number
of s maller ones, amounting in the atrgreaiite to more than
one hundred thousand d illai s. A -id convince yourself by a
single trial thit the great road lo wealth is 10 purchase a
icket or the lucky and far-famed prise sellers,
E. N. CAUR A CO.
Choice Selected Schemes for October, 1855.
Bel Air, Class 45, for October 9, IS 5 Scheme.
1 Prise of 4,im 1 Prise of ln,iliU 1 Pnse of 6,0OO
I do 4.bS 10 do l.UoO Ac, AC.
Tickets 15-Shares in propoition. Certineate of a pack
age of wholes 7u, hilves 45, quurters $1T..".0.
Patap'co, Class 274, for Oct. 18, 1SA5 Scheme.
1 Prise or 15,0ml 1 Hrixe tf $l,fMM) 1 Pnse of 5M)
1 do 150 1 do 137. 0 160 do 60
64 do 20 Ac, Ac
Tii kets 1 Shares in proportion. Certificate of package
cf 'i wholes f 16, halves S, quarters 4.
Wa.-.hingin Countv, Class 83, for Oct. 22, 1S.'5 Scheme.
1 Prise of -'4,910 ' 5 Prizes of 5,lii'0 l(i Prises of :0
10 do 1,000 10 do S00 23 do 250
25 do V00 kz,kz.
Ticket! 9 Fharea in proriortijn. Certificate of package
of V6 wholes ill), halves 6i, quarters $:50.
t!as W, for Die ueoeBt of the Consolidated Lotteries, to be
drawn in the city of Baltimore, M i., on Saturday, Oc'.
7, 1S55 Scheme 15 dran ballot! in each package of
1 Prue of C'i.f0 1 Prise of 20 9S0
a do of 10 ft'O are 20,010 4 do tif5,n0Oare 2(MM'0
S do of 2.500 are 0 llK do of 1 .U0O are lOO.UOiJ
8-:y io or tun too, ac.,.c.
Ticket 20, halves 10, ,.Hi-,er .", eighth t'2 5'.
Ccrtifi.-HM ol r packan-- cf -ii hiles I'M, halves (13-.50,
quurters 0o 25, e-iihths t'-Xi 12
All onlen. are coufiueritial, and the official drawings will
be "-ni. to all who onler liekns.
We rriv-ive the notes of .ill solvent Banks, or ChecVs of
Di-po-it and we rem t in return for Prises, Hani, Checks on
any place in the United Mates. No ri.k, no gain. A single
ptckage .f tickets may draw the f ur hiirhesl piizes.
All letter directed to E. N. CARR A CO. will come sa'ely
to hand, ami distant correspondents may feH su--e that heir
nniers will be atlendtd to the Same as if they were here
Those at a distance will be particular In naming the r01
o(h 'e. county anJ t-ite.
It lias hnppi-ned that we have made our correspondents
rich before we hue the plea? ure of a m-rsonal Interview. A
j'ngle trial may p ace you in possession of a competency
f'T hie. I'leaje show this to Jour tnend-. TRY l b I 1 RV
VAl AJdress, E. N. CARR A CO.,
fepl4 No. Pralt street, Baltimore. Mi1.
JN0. S. & W. G. BRIEN,
attokni:ys at law,
OFFICE No. 25 Cherry Street. apl
FOIl KK. VI" For the ensuing year, a comfortable
Dwelling Uoiue, on Cherry street, next door south of
Lincoln Hall, containing six rooms, with dining room,
kitchen aud cellar in the basement.
R. A. BALLOWE,
oct23 CenT Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick St,
KEW ARRIVALS OF LADIES' FIKE SHOES.
LADIES' Kid R. R. Boots and BnoU and Buskins;
" Front and Side Laced hifh Gaiters;
" Fine Kid Hieh Laced Buskirs;
u - Th'-ck Soled Buskins;
" " " SliU hed Walking Shoes,
14 Cloth Thick Soled lluskins;
Misses high R.R. Gaiters: Jiutrpenedby
oct 25 42 College street.
AN A 11 V n It T I i: .11 K N T
THAT APPEALS TO THE
SOt.M) sl.m; of THE comminity.
The following unequalled series of Family Medicines may ,
dt pendeo upon witk the utmost confluence. They have
tbe approbation of the beat phyncians in the coun
try, and are recommended by all who have
used them as superior to any lamilv med
icines known. 1 HEY HAVE BEEN
BEFORE THE PUBLIC FOR TEN TEARS,
During wliu h time more tha t 5,000 certificates have been
received from eminent pontic men "nd ethers, and are
no on file at the Company's Office. TilkV ARfc
CuMl'Ul'NUKU with the utmost skill, sod the
ingredients are thoroughly tested by scien
tific cbeuiuts, so thai nieiiicines of a
uuifi.nn and reliable quality ars
guaructcea iu all cases.
THE GRJEFE3EER0 VEGETABLE PILLS,
Are ptrticularly valuable for the prevention and cure ol
Fevers in general, Itinout and Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Gcnera Debility, Common and Sick Headache,
D)ipcpai4, Heart Burn, Cooliveneaa, Griping,
Ui i'iaij Diaeaaee, Olistrurtions of the Men
ses, Ii.tluenza, As'hma, ami fur a vart
e'y of other thronic li-ases;in
fine for all ordinary lamily ue .
Full direction Lr (lie vuruu D.aeases accompanying each
box. t'n.-e 25 cents a bs.
THE GR2EFENBERO DTSENTERT STRtTP,
A fpri'ly ind infallible remely in liiarrhara, Dyientery,
Bloody Hus, Cholera Moibus Cholrra Infaniuin, and
the Aiittic Cholrra, if taken with the dr.t i-jrnip-toms,
vs: vofiiiting and Hi.irrhoea. It ne'er
falls to cuie Hie a.irst powilde eaatsol bow
el romplaims generally in a few hours,
seldom lieyond a day. It is pure
ly Vegetable, aud taken in al
most any quantity is perfectly haimlees.
CRJEFENBURJ GREEK MOUNTAIN OINTMENT
Invaluable fur Burns, Wi.enJa, Sprains, Cailbiulna, Corns,
ire!. Swellings of ali klnos. Rheumatism, Krysipelas,
Brom-hiti, r-erolu'a. Ulcers, Pains in the Side aad
Back, immediately re.ieved, Indsmalioa of the
Bowel, and Air all ease w here there ia
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLIC01T,
A certain cure for rrol i(xu- Uteri, and for most of the dis
tressing comiUint incident -o Female.
Prepared by Ir. THKO. POMtR jY, of Ulica, solely for
the tuaj enberg Company.
THE OTHER GRJEFE5BER0 MEDICINES IRS,
FFJVLR AND AGl'K PILI..
LIBBS PII.K OINTMFNT,
TIIK GRJCFLNBURU MANUAL OF HEALTH,
A eowipiele hand-book of me-iK-itie for families, price 85e
ALfiO, the f unoui BK1) BUG BANK, a certain cure tor
Bugs. Price tic Sorsalebv
A I. AX. MaeKCNZiC, Nashville.
septA and by all Dra-gist ia town aud country.
f ANN'S Celebrated I'opyiof Boik, made of Parchment
Paper all sis.-s. For sale by
CUARLFJ W. SMITH.
FAMILY II I II 1. 1: Twelve different kinds at low
pi ice. For ale by
CUalU.iat W. bwTII.
pi.i:ii: r un it.i.i.l:u-ioo dea at
wttokeale er retail. For saie by
ocu5 CHARLF3 W. FMITU.
Mr. M It tNOt'M IIOOKV A targe aseortateat
b the duaeo, at ata,bt. For sale by
Kfl CUARLta W. SMITH.
rnilCMs IA Plllt With Oraamcatal Titia, lor
i tdV uia. For sale by
CUABLKa W. HUH.
Brod Street, Aug staiss, dm,
THIS new aud commodious ttoase, splendidly for
atr4,t aew realty for tbe rwe ana of viaitoea. - 1
1 M. biria, rropito. Mr. fcicaaassjat.Sap'u ,La
OOI.I N HALF IIOM'.Jiu received a eboiea
let of !hair Ha-f FI Saxony Uaif IltaM, Lan b
Wool Half Hose, Merliw Half Hum. A'ao, a Urge asvorV
mbI of heavy euttua balf boa. Fur sale by
ort.4 J. H. Me6ILL.
.Olt H ILL'-A HOfSt AND L T la West NklUs.
Tne lot fr-jita os M, G a rues street BO feet, aad no
ack 142 feet lo a U loot ai.ry. The Hmtsi swataine 4 raososi
aad bait, eah slab, tf. . A. BALU) t.
TTT AttRAVTKD to atand 10 ner cent rnnr. ItretrVJ
than any Herring's rafes in use, and sold at I S3
the same prices. Also, 1 roil Shu ttrr,.Saah I S3
and Door for Hank Vianlla andw
Mon s. Also, Patent Mate Lined Itrtriffa
rrators, sll warranted as gnood and cheap as any in the
country, by EVANS A WATSON, No. S6 South 4th street,
Philade'phia, Pa. Hal 's Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
all the celebrated Locks furnished when required. W. C.
LILLARD is authorized to reciere orders, and make snles ol
the above. mj5 ly
ECONOMY AND COMFOItT.
EE. C. "W. CROZLES'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, 1854, and which received th
Premium at the Nashville Fair is October
last- 'Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
THE under-igned, having repeatedly been solicited lo
make consignments of the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
ture, bas concluded to sell no more county right in this
Plate, but will in future have the Improved Camphor Wa-h
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this Stat (ex
cept in the counties where the rights have been dbposedol)
and in the State of Alabama. And that he may be enabled
more effectually to make this arrangement, he pr poses to
divide the patent for Tsnnesseeand Alabama into l.tsii
shares, one-fourth to be retained, and the remsiuder 150
shares will be offered for sale. A peison remitting ten
doilars will have one share in the Patent, to run fourteen
years. "rom July 11, ISM, and a ill be at the same time in
vesting also five dollur to be nsed in the purchase of the
ingredients, advertising and the necessary expenditure of
the means to prepre and distribute the Mixture for sale.
Consignments will be maile to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other persons, to the amoont of their
remittance. And they will be allowed a cooiaiiin of A
per cent on their sale, and aI:o their proportion of the
profits at large.
Annual exhibit of sales will be made, and d vidends ef the
proBti remitted to each shareholder. No debts Will be con
tracted, nor will the Company be responsible for any, as the
buMness will be conducted upon the cash system.
Any of thote who have purchafen patents lor counties in
this .SUte, can have the privilege of exchanging their r'gh'i
fur share at the price, they hare paid. This exchange ea ill
be made at the cost of the Patentee.
It it desiiable to have at least one of more active share
holders in each countv in the S'ates named. Subscriptions
for shares will be closed by the 1st September next. And
consignment of the Mixture will be made very soon there
after. Certificates issued to shareholders, who will request
the Agenry, if they desire it.
The nmlcr.-igned will act Agent until the shareholders
elect th-ee directors to serve one year, who will have the
m-inagement until their successors shall be elected.
Newspapers in Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, Hunts
ville, Talludega and Tuscumbia, that wM publish this twice
and other advertisements to the amount of tea dollars, and
send one copy, will receive one share. Address,
C. W. CltOZIKK, Patentee,
jeM Knoxville, Tenn.
MOT Itl.iVr IIAXaXi ItOC'K 20 tons
I I pig metal, verv superior to melt with ctp. Just re
ceive,! and for lale by l- l- 1MCKEY,
ocuj No. 5 Co'iek'a street.
1 STLHs-12 boxesjUit received snd for sale by
1. D. DICKr Y,
oct27 No. 5 College street.
I IS Iu TI L.11 Ji-st received and for sale b '
I. H. DICK FY,
o a No. & College street.
rM'MICI.t:itK H Ix xes and piut Pittsburgh
Tumblers, a good article, for sale by
Je28 W. H. (40RDOS A CO.
REAL ESTATE AGEIfCT.
J HAVE concluded to cunne-t with try former buine-s the
selling of LhihIh, Town Lots, Renting iloutes, Ac. I have
now on huntl, for sale, several negroes, amongst them a wo
man 24 years o d, that I will guarantee to be a No. 1 cook,
washer and ironer, good seamstress, aud ginid general house
servant, a girl 13 years oM, and a l'oytrf the same age. I
have pledired my word not to sell thei-e neiroes to go Smth
aud want to selt ct good hnuie for them; and shuuld the
purchaser not be ple.is. il, he can return them and g-1 his
money. iet;ll RKM W. POKTLR.
FOB SALE OR RENT,
M C'intaiiiitiff tiiii acres, i
; the t hai lotte Turnpike, 4 mi'e from Nahille,
. Saul fai in hus a -jnod Well on It. aj I abundance of
yt.ung Kruit Trees, a'id contains one of the best ganUn
snots (of 5 acres) lo be found anywnere in the County a
cnmfortaMe Krame I)el!ing, iili four u'niis and hall, and
necessary out-hmises, st -ible ;, C, ami be-t f all, i oe of
the htaliliie-t places anysriieie near Nashville. f r fur.her
Llorni.-nioa apply to It. A. HAI.LoWK,
vctiiX Cea'i Ag't, Ne. II Deadci ick St.
LARGE COSSIGSMENr OF SEASONABLE
i; nj. I'. Shields
HAS just received, and ofT. r f.r sale a l.irse an! well-assoru-d
sti- K of KKAUY-M ADE CLOTIIINtI, consisU
Ing of some .'tOO lrr, l- rotk Misd Ores-font,
with an extensive assortment of Pists, Vssts, Mceua
Vthipku, Wunts, and other SHiars; liara. Cars, fi.-rssn-sh!i,
Stoi xs, t'aiiTir-, Cuivki, xs, CAsruT Bi, Lira
1'hsrv, Cil axoCra Costs. Ac, Ac making uigether
the entire ick o( a Urge dealer. These good are offered
to t'.ie trade in tots, to rinse without delay, and "III be found
woi thy of their atleo Jon. BEN J. I ellltLDS,
Airent f.r the Asignee,
No. 49 Public tiuare, lower Ware Room.
TritTIS Cash on delivery. tifr 'L
FINE PEIlFUMEllV, Sec.
JUST received, from first hands importers, a good art
ment or tine I'rrluiuri), lunrjr Arti
cle, dfn consisting In part of the following, vis :
A large invoice of genuine Kngiish Tooth and tialr Brash
es. AUo, s fine assortment especially for children.
Puff and Puff Boxes, (aomethiug new and very alee.)
Lubin'r Genuine Extracts;
Pine Ivory Tooth Combt;
Lare Kuffalo Dressing and Berbers' Combs;
Large Transparent Wash Balls;
Uaxin's llarbrr's Bloi-ks;
Tmlet Vinegar, a ueriir article for Ihe Bath;
Tooth Paste and ioap, of various styles and patterns;
1 ah tilovrssud Bathing Brushes;
1 ay Rum, (extra hne iu lar -e bottles;)
1 yon's Kathairon; Barry's Tricopherou;
Vegetable and Liquid Rouge Pink Saucers;
(kin pwdtra,iif assorted kinds;
Hair dve of th most approved Brands
For sale at rRr.TCH'S URCI ?T0R,
epl9 Corner College and I'nion street.
PRE3CTTJM DAGTJE2RE0TTPE ASD PHOTO
NO. ! UNION eTKEtr, NA-HYILLE, TES.1.
T UK first Diploma was awsrdrd to Hnghs Brothers by the
Mechanic' Inatitute at tbe lata exbihiiioa for the best
Oagucrreotjpe and PhiUiaphs, which proves concluaive
ly Hie suiieiba-.ty ef our picture over a'l competitors, al
Ihouch they were not gotten up foi the occasion but such as
thrv sell totheir ualoiuer dai.y. Citisen and strangers
ar politely inviied neaU and see the largest and best col
lection of specimen in the n uth.
100,000 (llfll.t Ml. ;!
LLOTD'S (iRFAT KTKAMROAT WORK aiU be ready oa
or about the i-Uti of Octotier.
First Atipllc.iMnn of Ste m.
Ule cf J' n Fitrh - ling mvfng cf Ms first hrat.
Lilei'f Hubert Fultoe Kngiaving of bis first American Boat
on the Hudson River.
Robert Fultnn and Livingston's first Chlo Eiver Boat Cor
rect Likene. Full Particulars.
Lntrotie's First Boat.
First fleubrnvill Boat.
Fist expliision on the Western Waters, from an Eye-W'tnesa.
Maps of the Western Water; Town, Clies aud durtaneea
laid Hot! -rree'ly.
List of firaaikit kxplosion since 1S13 ; Names of Killed
and Wouinlrd ; List of Me imboal now afljat.
C.wreet views of Pittsburg, Wheelm-, Inrinnatl, IMtls ville,
fu liouis and New OrWai la ISii ; fcketch of each place;
pO4ilaluin, busiaeaa, Ac., Ac
Fast Tim o' Boa'- on th Olii-nd Mlsisip;d Rivers.
1.1st of IHeaniboal omcers on the Western Waters,
Tbe New (steamboat Law Wuh Comments UI Bxata.
Disaster on tbw Lakes N amee of Lost, Killed and Wnd4.
1 hi High Water in 1S10, lsffj, 1M7.
List of Plantation on Mitssi4 River.
Imports a. United Mate Puprewie Coart Hteamboat Deekiloos
Three hundred page, with one bodrd eograriaf s baaA
somely boond My remitting Dotxaa, (pot paid J joa
w II receive a cify of the atwve work.
Orders Jrore the trad eoheiied, and agents wanted la
ry men sad aty ta eaavaas fee tbe work.
A .Urea JA8. T LLOYD A CO..
ort 1-8m Pnt Office Building. Cincinnati, O.
PARTS ER WANTJLD
IIITII a cash eipitalol fro-a JiiW to li0 laahsera
vV tive, geuteil bu.meM, he lime would be rnair-d
only fn.m It H.niP X. Te a rniU-mao of good d
drea a baadsnme lacome may be realised. Good Meanly
given tor amount tuvvaUd. II preierred a hbcral aaaary
will b guaranteed.
I fr a 'ilre, stating where an interview may be bad, to
BoCTUKKNltt. Pott fflee.
. B. Person not bavwg the above amount of Caaa
need not apply. augll-tf
seyhoi'r, nmv & fo.,
(scucsMi as to ., a rxcO
v not. ks . 1. 1: f.itoci:iiK
cornssios asd fobwaediho kerchasts,
A9 DKALFRS IN
Bacoa, Lrd, Cora, Wteat, Fs.trt, Beesvxx,
Dried Truit, lis,
Corner .Markel strnl (hurrh trrela
t'Al K WAla T IfiM beg Liverpad esaar-e feit. La
O .tor and for Jby W. H. CeiiHUOt A
ENTS s'txsl Calf WaWrproal BooU;
I Caif Bmgaas aad Jersey Ta(
" U. A. C.J ori,
Boys' sod Vwuu' ituck Swied Can B-u and Bregaaa;
Recited Ui day b JOkS ktHtlil,
aovl ,i OoUege .
viti mi i s Alt Itl Ali: l'.l(10HT
JCeT Aalated 1 Fine Calech XMitr. . JL
I Fib Fsiy . Vri.-T
S F n kujti.; Vv- .f
which ar fmr4 m libera term lor rasa,
wains arw prmrvw
mi . r Tb bom ar fasawtlaay tatited.
tiik lauii: f-tit rit i a.11.
taaallsadesaniawtaalinn pTeaitBia Befiy, alsa Wfw
tUoaa. C(er- HisiidiBi, Curawf f ISwrt "J '
pu-l lrtAi CKAJt A aP lAJe.
RAILROADS & STAGES
TES3E AJID ALABA2LA RAILROAD. -
l,ARAJiCE AM) JILJIl'lIlS.
SPLENDID rr Horse Coaches from Franklin to La
grange, connecting at thnee point with the Kaiiroad to
Tubcusaibit lerenc and ?l Blgomtrft
Al and Aberdeen, Cslumkus
sand Canton, liaat.
The fine Four llorse Coach Lines to these points, are all ia
exc lleut order, making a close connection with the Railroad
at Prankiin, Tenn.
express Train leaves the Depot at
l'nlaki ami Flkton,
And to all places throughout the Sonthem country.
We have splendid Uses running, connecting with the Salt
road at Franklin.
Vulaakl and i:iklon.
Will leave Nashville on the 2 o'clock, P. M., Train, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Nashville dally at 8 o'clock, P. M.. connecting at
Franklin with 'ily Four Urse Coach Line to Columbia.
For a'l infoi mat on, through Tickets, Ac. apply at the Gen
eral Railroad. tage and O nimbus Office, No. 24 Cedar street
opposite the Pust Office.
N. B. Omnibuses a ill call for passengers in any part ol
ihe city. mar? if
FK0MNASHVLLL TO NEW 0RLEA5S
TIlItOl;iI IN F Ol It.DAYS.
7IA ChattanoOT?, All .nta, and West Point to Montgome.
ry by Rnilroa.1. Ticket to tins point to be had at the
General ttave iiiEce, opposite the Pus. OSce, and at the De
pot. Price 16 io.
From Montgomery to Mobile by a double daily line (morn
ing and evening) ol siatesarol a esmboata, connecting the
Steamers from thence lo New Orleans.
U. I. ANDERSON,
marl 4 tf Ceneral uo't N. A C Railroad.
II ATI.? ItKUl CKD.
FROM the 1."ith Instant, to tht 1st of June the rates of
Freight from Charleston and Savannah to Nashville saw ill
be as follows:
Books and S ationery, Boots, Shoss and llats, Bottled U.
quors and Oils.
Camphine and Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels;
Chinn, tilass and Class Ware, Cigsrs in eases. Clocks.
Confectionery, cutlery ia boxes and eases. Dry tioods la
boxes and bales.
Drues, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden feeds.
Looking OlaiSe and Looking tilaa Plates, "at owner's
oysters In cans and jars, SaddWry, Tin Ware, Teas and
Spices, y li.HJ lb. l
SF.CON D CLASS.
Hardware, "except Cutlery," Heavy Castings and Ma
chinery. Foreipn Llquoi-s in barrel or pipes. Cordage, Tobacco ia
boxes. Carriage fpiiuxs ami Axles, Leather in rolls and box.
e. Oils in barrel or casks. Crockery and Queensware, in
crate and casks. Rice, il.uc, Whiting, Plaster of Paris, Ar
V IW) fcs. u
Boxes, Furniture, Piano Fortes, Carriages, "boxed," snd
other lipht articles, not enumerated. Also, Carboy of Acids
will be taken at actual weight, but charged duuble, 1st class
raits J liai s. ti)
All articles not enumerated, to be charged at rates of an
From 1st Juue to 1st of December, they will be changed
1st Class as above, per 100 lbs $1
2d 1 oo
Special rates " ' J ti
I Merchants sliipp:n? frra the F.-istern cities will find this
j tlie cheaeat, as mell as lite most exielitioosiute. Freights
I from New York an. I l'ti'luiie phia u Charleston and a au
di h; range from ( to Is cema per cubic foot, according te
class and character o' vessel.
As the Railroad Companies at Charleston and Savannah
have discontinued the Receiving and Forwarding of Mer
chandise, it wilt be necessaiy to consign to Commission Mer
I chants at those points.
Shippers may rely upon a strict adhereare to the above
rates. II. I. AN Dk'KSON, t-iip't
1 jaull tf N. A C. K. R,
j sii:ci ti, xiriri:.
I No shipments entitled to the soove rates anlese each and
every oacka -e lias the name of liie Depot of delivery, and
the initials N.AC. R. R. piaiuly marked upon It.
II. I. A.
FREIGHT 05 PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON ASD
ON snd after this dte, liie A t-c-iesss enumerated below,
ai!l be kem through lo Ciiarleauio aud Savanuah at the
pi ire affixed lo each ai n-ie:
TjInicco, hlota loo K SOo
Pork in bbls., V lot ff $1 l
Bagging and Rope, loOlts 1 00
II. I. ANDERSON, .up't
JyT tf N. A C. Railroad.
caktlh's maisii iMixn uc.
Ths Great Purifier of ta Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MtRCURT 1.1 rp.
Let Vie A fx UJ Read and I'onder.
An Infallible Remedy lor Scrofula, King' Evil, Rheemat sia
Obstinate Cutaneous F.ruptions, Pimples or Poetulea on
tlie Face, Blotches, Boil, Ague and Fever, Chronic fore
Fyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement Bad
Paio of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, tfyphilitia
Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, and ail Diseases
arising from an Injudicious I's of Mercury, Impradeaca
in Life, or Impurity of the Blood.
FlMlId great alterative medicine ami Purifier of the Blood
JL is now u-rd by thousands of grateful patient from all
parts of the L'niled 8ia-, who testify daily to the remark
able cures per formed bv the greatest if all nedietnae, "CAB
TlR'8 fPA.M.-ll MIXTL'Ka." Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
eVrolula, Fruption on the 8ln, Liver Diseases, Fevers, IT
Cers, Old Sores, Affections ol the "tiilneji. Diseases of the
Throat, Female Complaints, Pain and Aching of the Bones
and Joint. ar all prdily put to flight by using this great
and inestimable remedy.
For all diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet bees (bond
to compare with it. It cleanses the system of all impurities,
acta gently and efficiently on Ihe Liver and Kidneys,
strengthens the Digestion, give tone to the Stomach, makes
the km clear snd healthy, ami restores the Coostitutioa,
enfeebled by disease or broken down by the excesses of
youth, to iu priatine vigor aud strength.
For the Ladies, il is incomparably better than all the cos
meticever used. A tew dives of Carrsx's rin Mixrraa
will remove ali sallcwneaa of complexion, bring the rosea
mantling to th rheek, giva elasticity in the Hep, and im
prove the general hralth in a rtmai kable degree, beyond all
the meJicines ever heard of.
The large number of certificates which we have received
from person from all pan of the Cnited State, ia the best
evidence that there is no Humbug about it. The pre, hotel
keepers, magstratr, physiri ins, and public mea, well k nowa
to ih community, all aid their testimony to this wonderful
effect of tin likfcAT BLOOD PCRiriCK.
CaU oa the taut and get a Circular and Almanae, aed
rail the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all medicines
None genuine unless signed BEN.NF.TT A BEERS, Proprie
tors, No. s Pearl strait, Richmond, Vs.; to whom all order
lor supplies and agrnetrs must be addr:ed.
And for sale by W. F. tilt t V and E. W. DANDKIDGI
Nashville, and by Dealer lu Medicine generally.
maMil Itriwawl v
ONE HCNDRED Thousand lbs. Bacon:
loo bbls. Lard, for whica I will pay th Mgheet
market price in cash or groceries. Alio, Feathers, Wool,
beaawax. Tallow, ttinaeng, aaj Kairs, Ac., la exchange for
oeetM. (iHI) CIICKCH ANnciHlt.
vs. csim.it. aar a'cossstx. caaA. o. saaoLAT.
Excelsior W harf Boat.
SMEDLEY, M'CONNELL & CO,,
C031111S3I05 AND F0RWARDI5Q KERCHAJITS,
r.nn ( All, KV.
UTE would r-peetfully inform Merchant or Bhippee
that w are now Krceiviog and Forwarding Wovd
free d of the largest and be4 Wharf Boats oa th was
ters waters, being entirely new. ) dly
A f.ltlCI I.TI ItAI l.lll.i:.'li:NT-Cora
Shelters, 8irw Cutters, Chh-r Mll.Uraia Mills, Churas
Fanning Mills, ) rind tone Rollers, t raia Measures, Mors
Powera, liowe.PuBip, Meat Cutter aud tiiindcra, 8 tune
Wa'i , . .,on hand aad For sale by
D. D. D1CKET.
(ao24 Cnlleee trt. Waabvtllw.
WIIIJLU PKACIII S-ant-dbe
X . U. PICKET.
auf1 as Ka. B Ponee eet. Miill
' . o T hi:.
$200 HE WARD!
N Turaday evening, at Old Fellows' Halt la RaakTiD,
durirc t' exhibit on ef th Wa-f. antral Fair, a small
dark Puek-4 Book, with a siH eU-p. was stolea froa my
pacset. It containei J In fcuak Xims, reeelpf, and
Ihrn or war kiacl bill of Aacbaagn sigaed be aayaaif aad
etetorseU by Dr. J:ha Water. Also, liiree er lotir Mana
piomimnry nou-, rd by mvsrlf and rndoned by Dr.
Ms Wakn. Thee It li aad aoteear prioud forma, wiia
date, amoaet. A blaaa ; Ujy ar th only bill or Beta
ina4 by atyactf aud UMkxsed by him, wtucb ar ta xia
ta bw reward will be pid wr th retard ef the Bills
aad Note, er sack mWU" s will lead to tketr yracwr-
aieut prepusliooat re war-1 fc-r the retura of any of tbaoa.
All prr are r.otill t to trad or Bcgotlat fur such
Bill v Net, a tbey will aot be paid.
.0 W1U.O. WILUAM.e.
G R1S W0U' S C0TT05 GDIS.
I'HF tubecribrr bemg eDt tor the sale of Ihe abov gtaa,
1 will seep a supply mi taad, r furaiab Plaatert at b,ft
The ria aae the eaarartM of asakias; good! Hat, gia.
alag sWter, ruaelag ubr, rraa.ig ib m4 aettar, taamf
asliwsawuiia , aot aaing bus aor dttrsbi
aad wur aa.ut ttx, tba aoy otber gin avw ia asa, ao4
ar atarwd ea terau Bur HatagiJas l ta pare f. aae r.
The wnrt atiia-iry rvfrreocn caa b give ta astaaiuk
thi rvtaba, wkicb tbey ar ale aaaSLsaTaat naialaia)
a mat. if MS aaoutuig la tb UrecUua wi wuh ach.
oo-l U U.T. TLAtMA.t.
-nctaltL-DY V AIlMICIIAi:-,
ASD LAXD5CAPX C1RDXXER5,
fAtillV ILLK Tt:i
s from tit city, a tit II !bor' Tarsptk,
je-a, HATi for IU Fruit Trve, Orap- Tine, leer- a"-,.
JZf- w UraaiaeBtat tia, Horuaa, Ki, : 1
UeuiiK BaatS, Ui l'tfl tWfaa, -
(lank NsaA M1MI S1W. nax k order
.i til .ut ri. r Itan