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PXSKLtSS St CLACK,
Commission aikl F ortvardinsr XercktiHts,.
gouua una - ' .
Corner cf CtOqt and Giurth ttnets, &uh&U,
COFFEE-200 bags Rio; 50 toUmM;'- -
CIGARS 20 000 Impt Havana? lS,0iK -Aiucrtcan;
100,0000 Cibi 8 s and Metee igars;
CANDLES 200 Joai k
200 boxes Htenne anTallow;
COTTOITYAUKS J, lo' of assorted Nbs. Osnubnrs,su-
perioi qtality at manufacturers' prices;
FRUITS 100 bis Rtisins, assorted sizes; 5u drums Figsj
' - 50 frails A'inonds; 20 bbls Pecans; t l t
7ISH 50 barrels and, haf barrels Mackerel;
76 KRs Mtckerel; 12 cases Sardines;
PLDTJR 200 bbls Gslligo; 175 CmcimTsrt;
' ' 75 do St Louis rHarrison's;) -GLASS
300 boxes Window, all sizes; - '
125 do Qt, I'ta and X Pt- Flasks?
75 "do Purl Tomb ers and Goblets;
GO do -Sqoitt and' Cap Jars;
90 Dennjoos, fire and three gallons;- ' :
raON Tennessee an i Pittsburg, assorted sixes, ,
LIQUORS -li cases ibondon Porter quarts and pints;
" 75barrcls American -and French-Brandy;
' B5 do A ppL: and Peach
" 400 da V hisky, various brands;
.60, do Holland Gin; f 25 do N. .-nuro;
' 23 do Vfme, various-kinds;
- 100 do Cider Vincjrarr -MOiaSSES-15-l
bbls anff;bUtgboilea and & House;
bbUtLouiaWy CWin Syrup;
NAILS-EXf ktsi.Pittsburgh, assoriedusa;
PICKLES 15 cases -choice asserted IUUes;
---- a TVrtnairwi Ptsuu:ar .
aiSes Tomatoo Catsup;
T..T . f.l
- ISA sacks Dairv and 7 boxes 55 '
SOAPlboxcs bir; n
ot-f FaKTirrr!!ii Mifllet seed: J ir
TEAS.ciies- ranous brands; v ,
TOBACCO-50 bosei Cbewinff, assortedrapa
Jt or saie jo ix caij -J5v5.m
K15beral advaucesoa cjr.simeaUJS
1TANXED-1O0.OOO EM of cleaa-wjdf ool;
"iW.OOCUbs Uacoa aodiKn!;
low and Ginseng.
iSSSgfflSSn: nbferal'pricn'c or groceries.
xur-uuu rCEKINS & CLACii.
WbarreUClarifiei Sugar; Tttrrd LdafSucar;
ayoan-eu, do; 10 do Powdered do
Jat?rivedCaTd f1eb EDWARDS & HARRIS.
Mmay22 sYKUf. AC 160 bbls Prime Mo-
' SObblsSuaffrliousc Molasses;
' TlOTFEE. S0 bap Green Rio ColTw; .
a? dT Jaro. do, just receire.! and lur sale by
n)-22 EDWARUSA HARRia
hALT, NAILsT Ar"eO-0 bbU KtnawUayalt;
S MKl bags Tine ftud Coarse bait; - -
C1UA11S. 20.WI Ueuiune liavaua yipif,
100,h)0 Imitation do do; ,
tAyEES.-30box5lVhite oud Fancy Wax Candle.
do Sperm .
ofm Jo Star . do;
. do Mould' to"--
may2i EDWARDS & . HARRIS.
jFor sale by
PUTS Vol 2 and 3 Mack- 00 chests Tea, Imperial,
111 I nr,.l:
Black and Gunpowder;
loo kits "o 1 and2 Mackerel;
25 do Salmon;
100 bxs Scotch Herrings;
100 bxs MR Raisins;
20 do Layer do,
50 qr bxs do do,
5 tierces.Ricc, -
20 frails S S Almonds,
15 bags S S do,
25 sacks Pecans,
20 do Cream .Nuts,
2 cans Prunes,
r do Citrons,
2 jcasks Currants,
r, bf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pic Fruits,
50 bbls Vinegar; .
5 do White W.iue Vinegar,
100 boxes Soap;
TO do Starch; .
50 bbls Loaf Supr;
j0 do Crushed do
10 do Pow'd do,
,.5 tieraa Dried Beef"
: lbtfljoxs Chewing Tobacco,
10 b.-fl Pepier,
1 bJe Cloves, .
1 do Cassia, - -'
- 'C 'do Alspice;
20 do Fickias,
15 do Pepperbance,
20 da Sujrar Ciackors,
1 do Soda do,
10 do Picnic do
60 bbls Water and Butter
25 cases Tomalo Catsup,
15 do Lcmon'Syrup,
200 i-eains Wrap Paper, .
100,000 Corks, ass-Hied,
Crackers, ' - .
With a irreat vanety of other article?
for sale br
. EDWARDS .t HARRIS.
itDXUS, ViNiiS, &c.-Jqrctoks tine Uian-
Atl 20 do Brandy Cherries,
lOhfpfpeS do do 2 puncheons IriJiWlmky,
SSiiii do da S.1"P I'"? '
r. Q n&s old Madeira. 1 hud Jamaica
'casks old Madeira,
5 V do Sherry,
. In St. Croix -do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky,
50 do 1) D Country do.
0 do Penn. Rve do.
10i do American Brandy,
SOca-kJ .ondou P6rter,
1C0 bbls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts-.do.
20 cises Newark Cider,
EDWARDS i HARRIS.
60 K do Port;
50 S Mates.
CO Baskets Champagne,
Mumm's Fleur de Selley
Anchor, Boache, i other
25 cases Cordials.
80 do. Claret Wines
0 do Muskat do.
In store and fir sale Dy
- , , . .. I- V...
i'c01" EDWARDS A.HARRIS.
Corner of Brail and CoUego Strests, Nashville, Jenn.
Agent, for SmXSt PUtd-urshand meAty, XA A, and.
,lTTi T,c-;. POUTER A: BKOWX STOUT.
P 'VlJt-Vlln& W y n sell
itt Pittsbursh iriccs. (transportation aaaea a)-uaj .
M? SWSmithVPutibunrU Ale far aomii
150 " Keaoett Brandequal to tue best scotch J
1U0VT do do loriiuiiiy.u,
SOiOasks Dsttled do; r-
may22 lv P- - -
O UGAIt AND JIOLASSES.--175 hhds Prime New
75 bKs wfcrushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
and forSle very low, lor Cosher 1 ,Wce.
Coffee, i-'LOUU. candles, &c.-boo bags
J Rio Coffee; 50 do Lagunra do
K0boxes7K. andes Candles;
73 do Sunfmer and T- low Candles;
r7o TnDovlcs Superior Soap: 70 do warcu. ror
TUolfTNATLSCAi.TINGS, S IEEE it AUA.
I 130 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
oi;0 Kegs Nads, as-orted sires; t
20 Tons PittJju.gh Casting; t
600J lbs English Blister, Crawley and Caststeel,
20 Boxes .Axes. For sale, bv TEBRASa
lQU01t-S.H piP Brandies, some very tine;
1 Cask pure Holland Gin, Lagle Brand;
1 runcueon insu iuj, j 7; ', m,-
25 V Ca'ks Port T,'ine; 5 X Casks Sherry;
lO1 doTcnnerifle; . ,
KtLatxl Champagne rine, pmta arid q.jurt
30 Boxes Claret t"we; 10 do Brandy Cherno
40 Bbls Robertson county Wlusky; ,
05 do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
-,0 do Copper cisu uea tiu.y;
eral terms, by inay2l
McCREA & TERRASH.
OBACCOAM) CEKAKS.--B8 iaxi.
and Armistead Gold Iof; 40 do rergjison s lnj
SO boxes Muscodain Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky d.,
00000 Havanna Csars, various brands;
80MOM.1. Cigars; Cuta &JEkbsS.
S'llOO Barrels Kanaha Salt, for s4fclwby
-140 ISafp fine wilt.
IS UVDR1ES. 5 Ban'els Brimstone; 20 do Copt-erus,
S K Uip Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
1 VAlspTce; - 2 caselndiBo;
CO coses Imperial and Gunpowder Tea.
1 Cask Ma.ider, S cask Pidty fm Blad r)
4(50 Bass Shot, fSortel; 20 Casks Soda;
f,0 Boxes of Jenny Lind and Quart tlask;
1O0 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks;
jo0 Grt Mason's Blacking;
100,00ft Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
t.y Lbs. Dried Beef; 400 Demijohns, assorted
The above will be wild very low;at the Cflrctr.or lSroatl
and College ftrecLs by McCRLA s TrawRA
may21 a . ' "
VltESIl HKCBTI'XS, !
BY TflCHOL iy PEACOCK
WHITE LC .Vl 500 Ve;s ScUooumtker's celebrateil
Pare White Ioad, direct from tho Manufactarer.
ap 23. MCHOI. rtt P15ACOCK
J00 bbls White Whett Flonr.
500 do star brands, do do
M,.23. MCHOL PEACOCK.
1 At!H!. SO boxes Fresh RhUenv
jX p.S3- JilCHOL & PKACOCK.
f VSTEttS. SO boxes Kcblnson it Wenu's celobratol
J snlc'd Ovsters, put up lu Glass Jarr, warranted to
keep in any climate. KtCHOL oz PEACOCK.
25 do Jamaica do & pEAC0CK
y-lit rtstlED SUGAIl. lab?."?. rar-
ltls.Ii.V mo bhU.hlskv.
...I i.i-r "SUED.-200 bushels Millet fieed fresh.
jVI XICH0L & PEACOCK.
ROOMS,-23 dozen Shaker rooms.
SICHOL & PEACOCK.
ASH-iLuUH ' LINES. "5
Wn .uperiorCttou Bed CorjU o. Hn.
,?"3l NICHOL & PKACOCK
TJs... 1 TlbKCE
Sugar Figs, Just received bv;
DAVIS & SW.VNN.
Powder Shot, Saljsratu boua, vu-
f?&$nihss & CLACK. 3H
i'6 do Monongahela Rjedo; CO dhf American Brandr,
: do Kweet Malaca Wine; in store, and .for sale .m
GICEIIIES, 5cc, Ac..
f A IIIID3 if. O. Eugur; 20 a.Gow JavaUoffeo;
200 burs Rio Coffee:
SO barrels Molasses;
o0 U dm
10 swres.D.. Irtiio;
idjGlo1- Powdered Sugar,
TOO' Packares of Mackerel
"sa'4h I'.- rril ii 1 , 1 1 f Hnrls
quarter and kit
120 uo ,-Ciantied . do;
1 1, JCt'o.,'l Salmon;. .00 lxB3SJejriii6'CaudIcs
20 boxes acotcuiiernncx ,of do Star do;
100 do SardineTc'-- '
ft) do Stsni:
j 200 Caniusters Lobsters;
I 120 boxes, y bxs, and i
bxs, JL U. iiabinsi.
j iiTjerces Hicgj'-' M
I 8 CasksTZsntij.Cumsats; ,
1 10 barrels SS Almonds;
5 do. 'Pecan Nuts; -t
2 do Cream Nuts;
I 2 do 'Eng. Walnuts: s
50 do Soap;
G caiks crtra cured dritU
50-barrels 'Cider Vinegar;
200 kegrNaiM,"all siies;
'6'J boxes ChVinTobacc,
diuerent brands;' ''
X)Uea best Smokinjr To
, pophests and Woes, Green
and lilack Teas; . . .
10 Casks S CarSoda:
20 bagj Black Pepper;
5 baM Ab-rtice:
" With numerous olber articles in, th grocery-line, and ffjjl
saie 4ow jor caai or gooa paper ot .
.decS. E.S.CHEATHA3f ACQ.
JJ a(5 pipcs'pure uraoay, amerein urauus.
4 bo iHipepor aivoiu;
s,i ,oo .superior w f-W'VW
5 auartoi-casiEsiladeira weldair&n:
20 ..da do- ' smW'
v. 4 -do-- ' 'Sherry dy: fincf,;.-
'Scjsks Jajaaica Buffi; te-i-i?!
"i0 boxes asiir:ed Crujds; - JffTJl v
'2a' do .Cltjet H'jces; . "-- C ';JTr
S. do. . CuracOa Ab-tynthe Sf araschmii; '$hf
1O0.00O- Irnnorted Havana -Cicars: . . "J
4- 60,0 ) Domestia Cigars; Ibr sale by, '. . r -
DOJIESTIOUQUOltS 500 bbla'rcct'd'Whi&lrr;
lOObbU U. DisulIedVWbls'ky, superior;
, . 10 do'.cld Rye-WluikT.-PareJ i . ' .
50 d. Mi 17 Pale Brandy;.'- - "
10'do JOERiunr -.' 1
H) dq.H.JLWwa;- for sals br. '-'
' ' E.S. CHEATHAM & CO.. !
QUGAItS! 15Q beds prime ."Nd
S'oV- Orleans Sugar old
KJ- i)rocesr . . . ,
UVUBisrcnnca sugar Kicliland ReSning; . ,
25 do SR. Loaf Sugar J '. ." , " '
20 boxes U R Hrcoklin Ijoaf Sugar:'
20 bbls Crusbe'd do do do;
2Q do-Powdered do" do do: " " .'.
Just received and for sale low for cash by
' apl " ' , t S CHEATHAM. CO.
FEOUR! FX.OURI: We have in st6re500 bbls
Flour fresb; ground andvfarranted cood. ,
Alsa 200 bbt3t Louis MUR 700 bblsLigarr-Mifis,
' fioo do Mason's Red River, 'B00 di Orcndoff'.
All choTco bf arids, tvhlch we ' olTr to ihe 'trade at low
rates. . .. , .Jang ' H S ClIEHTHAil k Co-
t EAASn'ARE. 200 bores Qart, Pint, and Half Pint
&) boxes quart Imttles: ' , 50 boxes as.Vd tumblers;
50 boxes jars gallon, halfeallnn cii quart;
2 casks 4ina detauteitL, For Sale by
dec5 " F. S C
CHEATHAM & Ca-
" - CSrbfcerie's
1 ff Uayi'Srepn 'lilo Odtro'o';
1- W W io Ho'csbeads "Sppan
.'59 .Bbls: KeboITed Molasses; - "
!i liones l'alin Sop;
2l Kbit. Pikes and WibalrostWd ky.- i
. ,,30. jklo DomcsUo-Um.-iilt and iiiu; -JSLi
, t5 .,do.S. M. Wine;
. "50 .nips assorted Cotton Yarns; .
' "2 X Pines Old Coz. Rran Jv: . j r"
SyjjK)fj fine and CoarsaSaU;
, .530 Bba. Kanawha - do,.
2uu ,Kegs assorted Sails;
25 do Wrought Spikes.
30 Bbls.NO.l. Koiia;
SOU Bbls.'Ohlo Floor;
i t !jWti'
SO B.Ues Oakcja (Ik rap.) .
. iu,Koeis . ao tl-O'.'.on.) it
10 Bbll lard Oil; -i
'20 do fjolif, Crushed and Powdered Sugar; ,
4 Chests Jenkins a Co.'s Tea; 1 -
;2J. r,o)I j Man!U Kope;
500 1' Cotton Wrapping Twine; . ' r f
50 Bbblsj Pilot Bread; (
' t 25, doBalteriSodaandUoston Craoiors;,
TopetberwUhVIndico, Madder, Allsjiic'e, Giiiger, Black
ing', Mustard, Almonds, bream Nuts, Star and Tallow Can-dle,-Drled
Bef,Brooms, Demtlohns, Starch, Soda, Ground,
Spices, &c. In Store and for aate by '
Jo.ig. K. STEWART'A CO.
Bin ZCU'tiJiA'C flOUlCiSObacs very flne Htts
hurc.Batkwheat Flour, ro ceived aud'for sale by
dec.5. - - ' ' K.BTKWART & CO.
C-ramberric. 5 Bbls received and forsal6,ly
-dec 5. - - " K: STKAVAKT& CO.
ri"OHACCO.T-lS0 Boxes Keen & Co, StonyMUl's Tk
JL bitcoj " '- " ..,
50 Boxes Keen'ii; Co, 'Sancnrcd Tobacco; '
150 do Stubblefield . t do; . . '
150 do Bu ' doj
150 do Godwin's " " do;
Forsileby janl ' W. H. GORDON & CO. .
aE ASS WARE. iiOOyBoxes Pint Flasks; ,
. lua Jloxcs Quart do;
500 .do Tumblers, assorted forsale br
Jan.-; W. 1L GOKDO.V A CO.
11GAIS 5 Caes IjTrcsMsreas Kccalia Cigars;
j 5 cirses Ln National
5 a Junny Lind
5 &. Wauderinj; Jew
2 dd Spotted Cathedral
2' do La Fiel - s-'
3 do Monte Cristo
50,000 Days iltiee . i
40 hhds Sccan ....
25 Kbls Mackrel;
10 inr. 10 Qr.20 Van do;
75 Bbls .Molasses;
125 Hir. do;.
120- Bbls fil Lou'n Flour;
100 do Cincinnati du;
15 Tiereos Klce: . . -"v
S Boxes, 23 hau,25 r. Ratstns:, -
50 Drains Fiesr - ,
J50 Beams. W. Paper;
25BMsAlii . .
300, BJies.Tobaocp.varinus hrands;
150 do' ' Uomesti'c Brands;' ' '
135 -do" do Gin;
125 do do Wine; ' '
125 Bbl Old Bonrbmi Whiskey; '
25 do old 5!ononj?ehala do;..'
10 do " S. E. Ram.
5U Boxes fJarclWine.
20 do Pale herry dn. ' ...
5 Casks Meder'a do.
And for sale low by ' ' - '
dec 11. J. r. FRENCH d; fi
SOiA WATUll A VI Alt AT US,' w viinufuc
turintr, drawing aadtoitlemg, of the latest and most ap
proved .construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions for iu use. br
corner or nnsT av.-cb axt mrnT,
Opposite Bellevue, New Toeb:
'Xhe-onlv establishment devo'ed exclusively to the. manu
facture of SODA WATER MACmNERl , ic, in Jhe United
Sta'es.'and where may be found a larcre assortment of every
- article connecUd with the busineya, including Materials, ic.
lan m 3m rsTAnusnEn i.eakh.
SUN DRIES. 100 keps Nails, assorted sizes;
50 boxe3 Jjanghom & Armstead's Tobacco, ycry su
50 barrels Tar; '
15 doi boxes Lexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 gross of box Matches;
A few han-cWpf that'saineofd Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of tine clariGed Suear, together with a general assortment ot
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 2S, College street,
opposite Scwaneo House. mayll R. P.JVSLL.
DISSOLUTlOX.-r-Thetinnof.BrjsM. Noei. & Bro.
wus this day dissolved br inutiial coriscnt,; O. F.
N'OEL'hayidg sold" his interest in thesfock onband, will
-pay jUI debti.due by the latefirm, and most respectfully re
quests tlin.e indebted to them to call and .Kettle up.
mayai. 1653., Bl'N M. HOKLA BRO.
A.TEW FIRM. BEN'M. NOEL k A. TYLER havine
AN bought out the entire Tr.teretof O. F;N0En, iu theJ
business of lien. M. Noel & Bro.. and taken their old sfarid
at theconierof College aud Spring strcel, v ill continue to
do a General.Grocery and Commission Business, under the.
style of Bex. M. NoiuA Co, and would most respectfully
solicit a call from our old friends and the public generally.
inay31,lS5S BEN M.NOEL A CO.
O UNDUIES. 3i0bg.spnmeRio Coffee,
li0 lihis fair to ch'cp Sugary
200 bbls Reboiled and Siig.u-
100 half bbls do;
100 bags Fine Salt;
50 dcr Painted Buckets:
50 bxs Cubrt-fcix -Cigars
60 do Melee do;
1." bngs Race Gingei;
10 dn Pepper;
! 1 casli JIaailcr; . 4 I
3P0 '. Coarse. Ho;
fOObblsNo. 1, do;
500 kegs Nails
100 bxs UlaSMVure, nSiorted
1W bbls ineg:ir; . .
-50 bbls Walker's Ale;
20 do I'otvdered do;
5 tierces Hicc;
5 ccrooris best Indigo;
15 barrels Sod.r;
50bgi Cotton Yarns, ass'd;
In stoic, and fur sale bv
L-. 110 urusiieu . uo.
BEN. M. NOLL & CO.
LIQUORS AND TOKACCOS.800 bbls Sam.
Dale's Rectified Whisky;- ' - ' -'--I f
100 bbls Dean's Rectified 'Whisky;
40 do OldMraongahela do; - a ;
50 do Brown's DU do; ''
GO do American Brandy; 40 bbls S. Mi Wine:
l!S do N E Rum; 25. do Porl do; '.
S lialf.pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 pipe Irish Whisky; ' '
60.bask'e'ls Champagne, assorted brands;
" 40 boxes assorted Brandies;
2pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbis American Urn;
&Xi boxes Gus Jones' Tobacco;
ly&O. do Fcnnell's do; -. , - '
d,? do ,1'etcrir. Boax's do: if
20"do Young iBurrill's do;"
00 1. AH!,,, An'
"os'do Peter M. Hoax's Gold riCafTobacco: 1
; 10 boxes Phenlx Tobacco; lo boxes B. Daily's Tobacco J
20 do Missouri do; , 10 do Ender's do;
' 10 do Sam Wool's dis o do -Reed & Jsasli's do;
10 dn SE White's do; In store and for. sale by
I Junel BEN. M; NOEL ACQ.
; CilTJTCHTLELB HOUSE. FORMERLY GRIFFIN HO USE,
1 CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. -
npHlS well known Hotel Situated witldn a few steps
.1 I ..( , ,. .... .. , ,. r . i ic. 1 .1 r r.
i.vw:ii-r car laiiaingoi uie i ciuui uu
A'lantic railroad is mm- nru.n ,,nflrtr iH!a,Trf.rr5smn of
Tliomas Cretclilield, n.sisW by Mr. J. W. F. Brvson and
' i fZ' Th,sI,0"-,el'denndert!io control or ColonelJ.J.
' 'Grirhn acquired a very high reputation as a hrst' class hotel.
! The present proprietor having secured the services of Col.
. trtathns Darkeener. Hml l,a,;nr.. 1, .
cook and house boy, and havrngfurniiJied the house entirely 1
aue tii n.-uuu n i-.iga repntauon and meritpublic
j patronage. Pasrengcrs ran be accommodated wiUi an omni-
UUSio anu hviu iua uuaw. iiius. UUUTCHFIEIjD
feb21 If Proprietor. 1
r' -T &3 W & a- 'is" g ' I m"
W 52 .S aiSPSH
jj tn 53 a Q PS f H t5 - H
jNasIinlle Carriage Manufactory
CAKItlAGKSIl OAMIllAGKS! ! !
THE- Bubscribertakes thismelhdd. of returning his most
. sincere, thanks to his Mends and the pabltcgenerally, for
the. patronage he has already received, and would say' to
(hem, that he no has ia band the Lai (rest aad, Best
assortment or WORK cverecered in this market; from tho
KchtTRQTTINQ SULK V In thn llnptt niRRIOTI flAH-
' KtAGB, aUof-myown Manufacture.
t-ersonsiromaoistanceeanrest assured or alway finding
aomothing that wUl suit their taste, "If in tho shape or a
Carrlapo." I have the lien Workmen to do my
Work. Call and see my assortment.
N. B. I Km Dreitsrad In linlld W.lr nra. mitnr nv.
L tlce. I wilt pay partleniar attention to reDalrimr.aad Trill
sell or repair at as low a price as'acj rood builder.
Jr--J Lower Market Street.
-L bees leave to state, tbalhe still carry on
Iho COAOII ANn CARRIAGE BTJSISESS.,
at his old stand onNorth Alarketit. twodnnra
below H. fc B. Donglass.dt Co. Keeps constantly on hand
a large and .welt assorted stock from a light Bupgy to a Car
riola. Thankfol for past favors, he most respectfnlfy' solicit', a
continuation, hoping by cheapness, durability andgood work
manship to merit yonr patronage.
Jan g ly GEO. U. SLOAN.
. UL.AV1C LACB BONNETS.
Just Yeceived Materials for making 500 Bonnets.
Plain Mats, So 00. liich Pull 'lYimmed Par
is Flower, 7 to S3. The Finest Materials
find Superior French Trammins; "
lieuise a large Stock of 1,000
Rich Fancy Silk Crape and
Late Paris styles of
Blond Jjjce. .and '
Gossmar Laceand Straw Bonnets,andParis MiUin
- try in,aU its, New, Novel, Beutiful and Ex-
" " ' quisite Styles of Materials.
OUR stock U noir full and complete, making an ltich,
l4irj;e andielecU tnct as any MllU'eryettabllshinent in
tho United States, and as regards prices, we defy com
petition. After" being 8 3 ears established ln business In
, Nashville, and doing nearly the mh.de of the Fine Trade
' of Town and touutfy, giving us a large sale for
Bonnets unil Millinery Goods.
We can and will sell 25 to 30 per cent, lower than any
hoaseln the city. Having Ladies from Paris and the East
to make up Fancy Bonnets, we are prepared to turn out as
.jlne Millinery as at any part oflho world.
'TrjV As I intend visiting Paris this Summer to purchase
a Fall Stock of Millinery, 1 will givegreata Brgains to reduce
our Stock bytbolistof May.
Itich Paris Flowers, Ribbons, Laceand Needlework, Era
brolderied Black Lace Mantillas. A very extensivo stock of
. Children's Hats, Fancy Goods, etc.
N. It. Gossamer Lace Bonnets altered to new shapes
ln superior style, having the only new shape Blocks iu the
citv.wo can make them rood as new. ,'
fly Don't torget tho bousi,No. 46 Union Stree',next to
the Mate Bank, as you may save J25 or 30 pereentin prices.
my. 3 K. WISE, Afcent.
THE Co-partnership bcretofoie existing under the name
and style of MOSES & SOX, is this day dissolved. All
debts due the Firm must be paid to L. Moses.
The undersigned will not bo responsible .for any debts
coatractedjbyany person or persons, without an order from
tue. L. MOSES.-
rERY-TIIANKFUL for the liberal patronage extended to
him fortho last 12 years, rcspectfullyinforms his friends
and tho public, that he has lnadcarranKements to change
his present basitiees.and will dispose of bis present Stock
of FURNITURE v ery lavSar CJlSir, consistingof every thing
necesary for House-keepers: Parlor Furniture ln sets; Ma
hogany and o her Chairs; Divans; Marble and plaiu Bcu
roaur. Bonk Casaes. Fine Sideboard;; Bedsteadsof all des
criptions; Tables; Presses; Mattresses, and a large variety
cf Furniture of all descriptions, which I am determined to
sell for less than any other House in the City. Call and satis
fy vourstdves. L 5IOSES,
Nashville, May C tf. No. 19. College sU
Vulitublo i'arin for Sule.
T WISH to tell the Farm on which I reside, 5,' miles from
Nashville, on .the main Louisville and Gallatin Turnpike,
containing about 280 acres of cood Laud, one half bf which
is cleared and in 8 high state of caltlratiau, and theother half
of woo Hand, cood water as there is in the country, abd plen
ty of it. Tho improvements consists of a laree and.commo
ilius Dwelling, Kitchen, Wash-room, Smoke House, Cistern,
Ice nonsc. Negro Cabins, Spring House, Barns, Cribs, Ac
- Alsi tfloe orchard of 13 acres with every, variety of fruit tres.
The Louisville Railroad, and also the Cincinnati asd'per-.
haps the Henderson will tun within a few reds of the place.
His seldom so desirable a residence aad farm as convenient
.to the city, is offered for sate, and as I am determined tosell,
, theso wfch ng to purchase w lit do well to make early appli
cation. Possession can ba given at any time by the purchaser
buying my growing crop. 1 will If desired sell all my stock
or any part to the purchaser, also most of my household fur
niture if desired.
Apply to mo on Broadway, or to R. W. Brown, agent, of
nice -No. C3 Cherry street, op stairs, and either of us will show
the farm , Ac, to any one wishing to purchase.
ap. 12-tr. A.W. JOHNSOy,
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Vroprietor.
V ABSET ST., OPPOSITE JOnXSOS A nOBXE's TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
ifarUe iVarercomt at the M tand Corner of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements In my Marble
Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all
kinds of work in the most tastefulmannerand the latest style,
as cheap as it can be dora in any of the Eastern Cities.
By callin pat my Ware-rooms, on the comerof Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seea which will enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is the best method.
Having on band all kinds of Marble from Eeast .Tennessee.
Also, a fine assortment of LVyctian. Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or in the roueh state.
A larare assortment of Monuments, Tonas, Baptismal
Founts, Urns, Vases, Gardes Figures, Grave Stones, &&,
carved and lettered to order. Furniture Marble executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as
it can be procured from" the East. Also, Marble Mantels,
of every description, plain or carved. Builuixo Stone, sold
Wholesale ami Retail.
All orders left at my Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt atlcntion. My
friends generally will Jipd it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock ueiore purcnasmg eisewuere. uianuui 10
my eld friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hone by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favor. JAMES SLOAN",
Comer of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville.
- -febJ'J ly '
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT, Xo. 11, CtMr Street, fire doers from the PvUie Square,
WilhiKbj may be tound a choice ana well selected
stock of Cloth's, Casimeres and Vesting, all
of which will be made up to order in the most Fash
ionable Stvio and at as abort notice as can be done in any
citv in tie Union, and at prices to suit the times.
Ready Made Clothing. Coats, IHmts, and Vests of
all kind. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing
floods: Silk and Sferino under Shirts. Shirts. Stocks.
; Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
i and liuen.'Shirt cellars, Umbrellas, Ac,
. f ' '"Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
TiT:., c,nr- r.i thik t lrniTmr 4.,,
1 COACH MAKING.
I npHE undersigned would respectfully in- n f -.tn?!
J. form their friends and the public'that aiev5qg?g?
ihey have taken the old sbnd of C. T. Watson, No. 34,
- Deaderick st, where they intend to carry on COACH MAK
ING in all its .branches., We will keep constantly on band
an assortment of Carriages, which we will dispose of on
reasonable terms. Carnages of every description made to
order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
the public may rely upon getting their work when promised.
,'Work entrusted to uswiU be warranted to be of the best
workmanship and materials.
3-BLACKSMlTIHNG. Even-description of BLACK
SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal
I5?-U0RSE SHOEING. We have in our employ expert
enced HORSE SH0ERS, and the public may relvon getfry
- their horses shod in the neatest manner. All worke rt rr i
to our care will be under the immediate supericU:d 0.(1
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat
isfaction to all. AVe respectfully solicit from the public a
liberal share of their patronage. "
febS ly CRAM & SHEI'HERD.
T,rA-pT3T.-ET,rETt XE0N MANTLES, COLUMNS, PEDES
TALS, TASLE TOPS, &C,
THE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invite public at
tention to their Jlarbleized Iron, as one of the greatest
discoveries of the age, and for which they receiyed the
GoLn Medl at the last fair of the American Insti
tute, and the Mfdal at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechan
ics Institute, held at Washington in February and March
of this year.
This'material, having a metalic basis, is more durable
and cheaper than Marble; its representations of precious
Stones and the choicest Marbles, m more than sixty differ
ent varieties, are exact and surpassingly beautiful it is ca
' pablc of resisting a greater degree of heat, and it cannot be
injured by the action of acids or oil.
" ' . SILAS C. HERRING.
The manufacturing department of this Co. is under the su
perintendence of R. T. 4 J. P. Williams, the inventors of
the system, and the financial and general business depart
'meut that of JohS Ruston, to whom all communications
may be addressed,.at theprincipal Ware Rooms, 813 Broad
way, New York. " my7 3m
leaxoeb. if. Stevenson. Robert l white. .
Sealers in Staple and Farcy Dry Goods,
Ao. 59, OMefffSt. JSuiriUe. Tom.
"TTTE have now inr Store, and will continue to 'receive an.
W tiltsurasgortnwnttscoriiplete, tho largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods in the city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry goods store. Out- buyer
remained in New-York untiHhe'last of March, 'which gives
us tba advanf age'of new designs in many goods' Which are
not to be found in any other house in the city. We respect
fully request our friends and the public generally to exam
ine'our iroods before making tSeir nurchases. as we will sell
low for cash or to punctual dealers. on time.
! JTO20 iv. B-o " STEVENSON i WHITE.
NEW.SUMMER GOODS. We have this day re- 1.
ceived an additional supply of Barege Robes, Bareges, j
trench. Worked ilialm b eeresnd Cheausetts : c, beauti- i
1 - . .ft. r-. 3 T . . . a t
luissnruwuijioifia ' inserimgs ana iyig-
ings; Honnlion Lace; Handkerchiefs and Under-sleeves;
iMuiwh mm uuiun , t"t,4uuuin: faucymw! UHueios,
46,, allot wmcn we wiujseu at reduced pneea. - 3
STEVJSNSON & AT1T1TE.
, , jun5. B o ' 59 College' street.
ANDIIEW J. DUNCAN,
HAS nowiustoro fuUstock of BRITISH, "FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMERICAN
adapted fa the prescntand approachuig-season, and to which
be will, continue to, receive additions; by -every steamer
Jllack and colored Silks;
Freneb'MusUns; . l; ' - --
Black Dress Goods;.
UresS Trimniings;- j
Cloths and Cassimercs. -
(iancy Dress -doj.
Embr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Lawns;
Embroideries and Laces;.
Linen ami Silk Hdk
Satin and.Silk Vestiugs;
uononaaes, xx anKcens,
Kremlins, Chambry, .XJamlets,
Fancy. Prints, Black Prints. Enelish and French 4-4 Chintz.
.Bleached and Brown Muslins-, Bleached and Brown Drill-
ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spud Cottons, is
New Style Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac,
.Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe , and a general stock of Goods,
which he is prepared lo offer at the lowest prices upon libe
ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of merchants'
and the trade generally.
A.J. D. is .agent for several larre factories.
nud will soou be largely supplied with their
oodg. Jagavjlle. Feb. 25.1S5&.
Rich Spring: &ods.
V. A. & J. oTlircCEELEAND,
No. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
ARE receiving and now opening their Stock of SPRING
AND- SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety,
it is decidedly the most attractive they have ever opened.
They would caU the attention of purchasers to the following,
with many other Goods not enumerated :
RICH DRESS GOODS. .
Plaid India Silks;
- ' Delicate Summer Silks :
Plain Rich Silk. all colors; .
" Berages, "
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75; "" - t,
I'lain and Bordered Brilliantes;
lticn Urgandy Jluslms; ':
French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents;
Valencienne Laces and Insertings, Star Point Laces, Va
lencienne and Muslin Collars, Cuffs and Dimity Bands. Jao
onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning .Kobe, Plain'Mourniiig
and Traveling Collars.
LINEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Insh Linens, Linen Sheetings, Damask Table Linens and
Napkins, Fine Bird's Eye Diaj)r, Huckaback and Medicated
Towels, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings, Ac, Ac
The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantle3 eyer
opened iu Nashville A Iso, Silk for Mantles.
Mull Nansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace
netts. Dotted Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY, RIBBONS, FANS, Ac
Blue and WTiite Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
Hose, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid Gloves
Alpacas, Challeys, Black and Plaid Silks, Black Crapes,
Berages, Ginghams and Muslins, blue Rept Silks, without
lustre, Mourning Collars, and Sleeves.
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Cottonades, Drillings, Summer Coat
ings, Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts ;-Cravats,,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, fctriped Lislie and Cotton Half
Hose, Ac., Ac
We will take great pleasure in bhowing our Stock, feel
ing assured we will be able to offer such inducea-ents, as it
regardsstyle and prices, as to be conceded by all.
w. a. a j. g. McClelland.
vasliville, March 29. 1853.
S Pit IN G Tit A DK .
T H 0 iV P 80 fl. & C O.
NO. 31, Public Square. N.ikUvillc,
TTAVE received their New Goods, and can assure their
J-X friends that they have never opened a spring stock
ao attractive they would call particular attention to their
assortment of 1 j
Rich Dress Goods
Plain Shk drab and Fu'y Colors, Plain Berego, all colors,.
Rich Fig'd Bereges, Silk Lavender col's, "
French Organdies, " " Apple Green "
Lawn, " Lllat ' "
Challoys, all colors, " ISCOydsPIaldlndiaSk'i,
Farland for Robes Bfch Mantilla Silk?, .
EveDing Silks, Hlk Satin National,
Bridal Dresses, Lit GrO de Shine, 1
SOOOyards very tine and shear Printed Linen Cambric a at
A great bargain GCO yds (old fashioned) Drab -and Lead
col'd Pongees for travel'cg Dresses. Jaconets, .Nain soolts,
India dimities. Swiss ami French .Muslins, Cambrics, Hair
skirts. Hair and Grass cloth, for Skirts.
Lvliji: ;0 1 . Valencil.nes,Horltonai.d Embroid'd
Musketeer Collars, Chemisetts and Sleeves, Swiss and
Jaconet Embroideries, Flocncincs, Dimtly, bands Richly
Embroidered Skirts, Blk Lace Veils, Valeneiecns, English
aad imitation Laces. &c.
tTAXTlIjIjAS. SpTenuldslIk Mantles, all styles, .p
lil plique Lace Mantles Blk and Col'd Black La'ce Points
and rcari., Velvettriuicd Lace Mantles All kinds -of I acd
andsilk Goods for Mantle Corsets and modes nf all kinds.
L1NENN, AC Irish Linens, Linen Shneting, Pillow
Linens, Table Diapers, Toweling, Morscilles Quilts,
Muslin and Lace curtains, Damasks, Ac. ' I
OUllNIMi ;UJS. Combazine. Silk: Wirp AU j
paca, Blkchally,flde de laines, Widow's cloths, canton
crapes, Berege deljr.e. Forlard silks, Hdkfs, collars,ctc. I
lsCLLAaiOl's'. Parasols,- shades, splendid '
Fans, Ribbonds, Dress Trimmings, Hid Gloves, Lace '
Mitts, silk Gloves, kid cut,Bnnoets Misses Ihon flats, bst 1
make of Englis1! silk aud cotton Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents 1
EN AND BOY'S WEAK. Cloths, Cassimeres, .
Vestings, co'tanades, col'd Linens, Linen Drilling. I
Frenbh Linens, china sik coating, Drab de etc, ana summer ,
.tnih. nrnli 1-1.1. ' I
Domestic Goods of all kinds fcr servants, Prints cbinlxes,
Ginhams,Berege de Laines.
AVe solicit an early call, as wo are confident onr stock
oSersgreatlnducemeutsto buyers. THOMPSON A CO.,.
rar. 19. No.2I, Pabllc Square.
TUOKE RICH GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
At Nicnol's Corner.
TVo. in. cormxr or Tine Squabe axo Markkt st.
r tnrr.FTevn ,1.1. w .nm. v,n. kipii .n,i
L iiFj;iHA ri.h tihrss: GOODS to which I would ctir.lialiv
Invite tho attention of my friends being- confident they !
De pleased botn as resarus styles ana rncej,viz: .
Extra Rich Paris Silk Tissues
" Satin Plaid Painted Berazes;
" Brorhie Damas de Vero; 4
" Super White PiamSatln; I
" hmb'd Linen CambricK Hdkfs; (
" Paris Trim d Valencienne Collars and Sleeves;
" " Vest and Mcevcs;'
" Collars;' ,
And a great variety of other articles call and si-e.
an 28. JAMES K1CHOL.
No. 13, corner of Square and Marketst. j
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD. - !
BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS & CO., having pr.
inanently located themselves at New Oileans.offertheir
servicesasCoramisionand JonvardiuMerchnnt? '
and General Agents, and solicit consignments of all
kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can j
and will give satisfaction to all vi ho may entrust their inter- 1
est to their care. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held'
sacred and promptly remitted. ,
p. S. Extensive arrangements made for the receiving and
forwardingof every species of Merchandise, atieduced rates,
from charges at this point. Orders for Groceries and Insur- j
snce Risks, with I be collection of Bills, Drafts, Ac,' attended 1
to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS A CO. i
R. C. ANDERSON & CO. ;
Fasblonablc Clothing- Emporium. ,
0 .Varlct etrttt, efretitt .Vaij, .VcCfsre C.J
HAVE now In store one ofthopretticst assortmentsftf Fash- 1
ionable . . . .
Sprinff and summer doming
ever offered in this market,belnc an entire new stocfc,,havlnB
the misfortune to have our lastsammor'sstock destroyed by
the lire, on Union st. Thankful for the liberal patronaga
heretoforcbestowed oft them, they earnestly solicit a con
tinuance of the ame, and promise that nothing shall bo
wanting on their part to give entire satisfaction to all who
willfavor them with acall. Our stock consists in partof
Black and Fancg Cloth, Doe and Crape, Cassi
meres, Drop j)'ele Cassimeres, Linen, Alpaca,
Dress, Trick S!ancy Cassimeres, Satin,
Grass, and Sack Coats.
Best of Black and Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valenccls,
Linen and Marselles, some of them beautifully embroidered.
ALSO a cood assortment of .
Youths itnd oy, Clothing; Mats of
and style, amoncst them some extra ge ,vri.
PANAMA, BRAID, FRES0H, KOSSUTH ANDMAGYH,
together with erery article required for a gentleman's outfit.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestlofrs, a fine assortment, which
will be soldby the patents or male uptoorderln the mostfash
, -v.i. .tii. mvu n, rail rf ntlemon, we think we can
.OTnvineeyouUiU Is the pUce tohuy good
(vnA y-m t i ypn
rjHE Kashvillo and ,Cb!tanoosn Kailrcad.
and TransHorfatiou Coinpany, Iiavc adopted tbo
foHowiiig i ates of Transput taf ion cnl'mgbtbctwttetOfa-sh-Tillev
Tcun., and .tba various landinsu on the Tennessee
Hats,uoruieU, Dry i.oooa
generally, cigars In boxeV
Wooden Wary, I.lht ajid,
Hollow "Ware, Castings,
Wool, Feathers, Ginseng;
Horse Collars, Stove;
and Stova Ware, Tea;
f 9t. fV-".
-. i-V S J
Drugs In kegs and boxes,;
aaaaiery, uanoics, uon
fecttonaries, &c, per 1UC
Second Class Sugar,
Coffee. Molasses, Nails,
Tin Plata. Bar and Plx
Lead Fish in . barrels,
ECgS,IVlU,CL-C , muow
Glass, Cott-tn Yarn, Do
mestlcs, Hemp and Rags
ln bales, Tobaccoln box.
fs-RlcJ, Hides, Bale Kcpe
ware, uiaasana uueetia-
, ware tn crates and boxes,
j Jgd.acd Palais In kegs.l
t uiover ceea, unsrse
Candies, Soap, Butter.
I Beeswax, Oils, Brandies,
( wines auuoinnr liquors,
varaisa lurpenime, iic
per iw Ida...............
Lard and Pork la tterccsl
or oarius, liar I on,
heavy t'aslings. Grin!
Stones aad' undressed
tig ..ieuuipsr itu 103.,,
W hlsfcy. perbbl of 401
Salt. Psrbbl;,. ......
91 50191 90
.1 ooi.;i'.conraji 1 30;
Flour, per bbl;and Salt
sick ... 1 . 1 '
Potter .Vjaad Domes-'
tic liquois, per bbl at -1.1
Lard Linseed,, or other
Oils of Tennessee Manu-
2 .10 2 15
2"10 2 15
-I'SOl 1 CO
2 75! 3 00
12 tO' 13 00
9 50 11 00
V' facto re, per bbl ui 40rals.
inwder, seenre y- pack-i
td In casks ofchogiheaaa
per 1(0 poooda.,.. ......
-pfanoFortes. boxed... .7-10 UO 1000!
Cotton Gins boxed, and
rorlaolo iurrow's 0 r
llucenvf thaSou.h Mihs,
Pjotra' (assotied, ,and
Cultivators, each.... . ..;
.8 8 50
5U ' 50
Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs, will be iu
Tariably charged as loo lbs, First Class Rates.
t All articles pf unusual size or weight, charged in propor
tion to the trouble and expense of handling and space occu.
pied. ' -
Goods in Packages' not secure? or insufficient for the pro
fection of contents, wdl be transported onlr at owner's
All claims for damages must be collecled.of .Uie party de
livering the goods, aud claims for Ial or,, mining goods
'raltst bo made within Cd days from date of ihipnient, orthev
willnot be allowed.
TLe above Companies will not be. responsible for Leakage
of Oil?, Liquors, or other Liquids, or for Ihe Breakage of
Juip, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carbova of Liquids, unless,
"tliey be securely Packed iu Wooden Cases with their tops
. The frtllowingArticles will only be Transported at "Own
' ex's Risk," as to Breakage, Charing, Frost, Heat, Slornis,
C Accidents, or.UnavnidabTeDelays, yz;
Mblnsses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinawarc, Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, hose, Demijons, Fur
. niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Eish.j'oiiltiT. Live Stock of .every description. Boxes. Ci-
1 garsnot Caed, Carbovs, Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical
1 Instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and
fttmiboery, Jjtovesanaijtove Uastmgs, Ugut and tioiiow
On freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intermediate jwiats, 110 extra charge will be made during the
low tvaterseascn, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Rates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
vdel'eatious arising from Iqw water ate entirely attheriskof
Op Freight to Knoxvilie, and all intermediide points to
Chattanooga, Twenty-five (20) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, butiu no casei. there any responsibility
assumed for the detention ot Goods during or on account of
Goods consigned to C W. Anderson, Agent, SI & C. JL,
R.C, Nashville, willbe, received on then barf, all charges
paidand sent forward without extra ciiargefor Drayage or
,NqFreight,receiycd.on the Wharf, nor charges, paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above sub-ect-to
special contract. . ,
Emigrants with their families and moveables taken through
at low rates. ' "
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring, iulonna
tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, will
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C-R. R. C, Nnsh
Ville, or Jas. Williams, Prcs.Teun. River M. M. A T. C,
IL I. ANDERSON, Supt N. A C R. R. C.
JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. River JLM. A T. C.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
(Departure of Train.
rpHE Express Passenger and Mail Train leaves Nashville
I X daily at 5 o'clock, A. M, connecting at Decherd's at 10
( o'clock, with Carter.Sims A Co.'s daily fine of Coaches, for
Huatsville, Ala., and at lennesseo Bridge at 12 o'clock,
noon, with mail boats for Chattanooga. Passengers by this
t Train have half an hour at Wartrace for breakfast; and if
going to L.iiatfanoogaorlluntstilie,reaclt their destination
the same evening.
The accommodation Train leaves Nashville daily (Sun
days excepted) for Wartraca at half past 2 o'clock, P. JL,
c&nnectingat Wartrace ut 6 o'clock, P.M., with branch Train
ior Shelby ville nhich Train aho makes a connection with
the Express Train at Wartrace, at 6 o'clock in the morning .
so that Passengers can go direct from Nashville to Shclby
nlle, morning and evening, by taking either the Express or
accomodation Train as-may be preferred.
Arrical of Trains.
Expresses daily at 12 and S5 minutes, P. M.
Accommodation daily at 10 o'clock, A. M, (Sundays ex
cepted.) Through tickets to Charleston, S. C, Savannah, Ga., Chat
tauooira. Tcnn.. and Iluntsville. Ala., to be bad only of G.
f II. Slaughter, Agent, at the Railroad, Stage and Omnibus
utnee, Uedar street, opposite tae Postuilice.
We have eskiblished the above office for the sale of tick
ets to all Stations on thcN AC.R.Rand through tickets to
the poinU above named, in order to avoid the hurry and con
fusion always occurring in procuring tickets at the Depot
before the departure of a Train.
I Tlielocatiou is central and convenient for all and the Of
fice open fromfi o'clock in the morning until i o'clock, at,
I night Tnerefore Passengers who neglect supplying them
selves wim iicite:s win ue cuargeu percent over uie
. ..." . 1 . 1 . 1, T .'1.T-1I-, .-
cost of them on the Cars.
11. 1. ANDERSON.
june t--. '53 2wd.
Snpt N.andC. R.R.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. T Y an ari-Engemcnt between Hie South Carolina,
Georiiia. W'estern and Atlantic and Nashville
and Chattanooga railroads, goods will be brought,
I through to Nashville at the following rates:
; first class.
j Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furnitare, Teas and other light
goods, per cubic foot
I SECOND CLASS. '
I Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con-
- fectiotiaries,Cainphene,Spirits"Turpentine, in casks,
Ac, per 100 lbs. , f 210
All articles not coming under specificrafes, as enumer
- ateil in the tariff ot the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
at the Freight Ageht's Office) perltXt lbs Jl 25
. . v " uul' "" 1
U00U.S 10 ok ueuvercu at .sasnvine at aoore rates must
' be plainly and distinctly marked to the cared
tnd Chatianwfra Railroad Co..at Chattanoo.
nA Art .tf o..,wt. vui.r '
Persons shippin-r from eastern cities can shin brsteam-
ersatorabout 12c, by propellers at Sc.,jind sailinir ves- burn, rlatulence, l'a.n in trie race, ttat.eiiiine.vs, uestiess
ek at from Sc. to 7c lTwfoot I ness, orfor the Mind or Body worn down by care, labor, or 1
When the Nash viHe and Chattanooga road is completed f study, has induced many physidaM to use it In thelrprac--
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be t!ce- For a weak constitution, it is a good rastorer; ilcom.
j made.-of which.due,notice,will be given
II. I, ANDERSON, Sunt N. A C. JL R. Co.
A N.B. The same difference will be made wheo goods are
4 to be delivered at Decherd, SbelbyviBe and Murfrecsboro,"
, or other stations on our road, as is now made between
freights trom . Nashville lo CJiatlanooga, and freights from
uieuiAiTc xju;is iu Viiauanooga, unuer uie arrangement
tvith the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co.
H. I. A.
EOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! The subscribers
have the most extensive and variwl nKirtmi.iit iif
CiothinjforJJoys front 4 tol -ever' offered for sale in the
TTnim, nr,1prar.-ii-f.?ilflmonair'L.i.t,.;i!.i . i .
w. ....... wvuHbu..M DviuiuiuLiiiicuiii iuc aiiun
. . . . .
nliiiitjcvi i.uaugiu(5 uiojui uKi uonotsnu.
F. A. HOYT .t I1RO
S.' W. comer of Chestnut and lOst, Philadelphia.
April 6.1853 ly ,
AGRICULTURAL MANUf ACTURINO COMPANY.
rpHIS establishment is now prepared to manufacture all
JL kinds of Waggons, Carts and Plows of every descrip
tion and any olherfarmingimpliments used in this country.
Too prices for such things will not be more than is paid
for them brought from other places. We are ready to re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, nml nitre rnfpiv.
sils; for making roads.
The Mannfactunng of Waggons is utlderthe Siiplrinfen--denceof
Wilson Mullen, whose work is well knoivn here.
We respectfully solicitordcra Irotn the Planters andMerch
antsm the surrounding counties forourwork. "
One or tiyo good Wagon" Makers wanted immediately,
oood prices will bepaid tor first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
JunB15 LowerMarket Street
I 11. I J. COLIJURN-Deutist ,
he that he is located permanently at Trenton,
Tenn, and is prepared to perform any open
Drenared to nerform anr pnemtlnn. tiiat hi
uiiiy ue caueit upon to do, m tho shortest notice; plate work
neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. He will visit
occasionally, Jackson, Tenn, and surrounding fotros for the
purpose of doing plate work principally. Persons wishing
new setSof Teeth inserted on gold plate, to be of service to j
them, are solicited to patronize hiin, -with the assurance that ,
satisfaction shall be given, roamYELT; or no pay octl4 ly
aJSNUINE SCIlKiDAM SCHNAPS We have
a few dozen of this fine Ugnor. For sale at a low
price-at LYONS 'Jc CO,
,raayl3 r:" , . Ko. 19, Cedar Street.
i H ,r:rk'r tuK n??rid
1 .IX their stock of JTtUgs, Ac, to the new and largftr
Store Housd recently crcctrd on the corner of College iX
STRETCH i ORR.
,- , f-i.
T7- EKTUCKY JiUSTAItD. 12 doz best KcntuckT-
iV Mustard, iu assorted size boies;'h.:coivcd and Or sale
STRETCH & ORR.
OOD EIVKR OIE. 30 doz Rnshton, Uark & Co's
Pore and Fresh Cod Liver Oil, just received and for
1 sate by julyT STRETCH & ORR.
,i T Jj ACKINC 120 dor Mason's original and genuine
JL Itlaciting, received and lor saie by
STRETCH A ORrJ.W
21 doi Garrett's Scotch SiraSt received and
formate-by .july7, STRETCH ORR.
Q. forsale by. July? STRbraiA OI.R.
CASTOR OIL 60 gallais East India Castor Oil just
.receivedin soalcd cans, and whicli is far sweeter, purer
aud decidedly pleasantsr to the, taste, than that manufac-
tared in this country. Persons would do well to give this
article a trial. For sale by
STRETCH & ORR-
H. G. SCOVEL,
. -Drussist.aw'I -Apothecary,
. Aw-i tide the Pllc Siuare,' 3 dovri WtH c LU
. wnoiesaie ana rmt.iit Ateaier in- .
1 Wis, untj, IHIhHUI,
Oils. Dte Srcn-i, '
GtASsWAttK, 'Lead;' -
I . F.ixcr Articlss,
r1"- 'fir !
.oiTrr!irii. ivn upvtsi. ivwromtPXTst
WASHITA OH. STONES,
-i - Drn?s, Mcdiciues,. CheniieiUs, Jbct
XiahmSe, -Mirch 11, 18.W.
AA LBS. PRINTER'S INK Wmter, Spring; Sum
marchll - HG. SCOVEL.
I7.RESH GARDEN SEEDS, from- Undreth, Risley and
? the Shakers, for sale by II. G. SCOVEL.
f RASS SEEDS, in variety, for sale by
T YON'S KATIIAIRON. forthtHair thisarticle i Ip-
JLj ular in New York citv, as an admirable ruvpatatiai,i
and an eflcctual remedy for baldness and falling' off of the
-hair, cuusingJI to grow luxuriantly, rendcringit sett; glos
sy, beauUfuiand preventing its turning grey, for sale by
marcbll H- G. SCOVEL.
LYUN'S ESSENCE J.UUICA GINGElt, (or. Dyspep
sia, Gout, Rheumatism, Cramp, Ctiolera Morbus, Cholicw
Ac, Ac, which is one (if theliest preparations or ihe day -a
(rial will convince ihe.Incrednloas, forsale by
GALVANISM Christie's Belts, Bracelets, Flnid, Rings
and Plasters, forsale br the only agent ip Nashville,
marchll " H. G. SCOVEL.
T" ANGHORN-A ARMISTE.VD'S SL'PERIOU TCIBAO-
S . .. .........
JLj CO; forsale Wholesale and Retail by
"T) IFLtt POWDER Connecticut and Tennessee RiHePoty
Air der; warranted best quality, forsale br
marchll JL O.SCOVEI-
"TEATS FOOT. Refined .Tanner's, Ird, .linseed and
11 UastorOiK forsalsby Jl. I, suuvti-
SMITH'S SUGAR COATED PlLLtvjust lecxitedsod
for .sale by marll IL'l i. SCOVEL.
rpLAS Black, loungJiyson; jniinai, 1 .unpowuer, anu
JL Extra Carious Black Tea. Thesa Teas are of good
Quality and lave riven satisfadion; for-sale by
marchll 1LG.. SCOVEL.
' DR. ROGERS' LTVEEWOSTH: AND TAR
Caugh. CbUs, Iajtuenai, AMimt, lironchiiiir, tpiUiay if
MEjixl, and aU vther Luntj Q'mjiaiut tending to
THE GREAT COUGH SEHEHYli
T EADKB t have you a Cough, whidt jou arftneglectrng.
It under the idea that it is oalr a cotpmou cold, that it
-..T . .vj- r.rr, .tt. -.- ri.iT :.nw.i
will soon esir USCll SH14 ; l,OIIiCI.UlUlJUU,l aiHUUU' j
iics. what wilt soon be tue probable result
In ashort time.it you coutimioto neglect yourself, vou
will begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression across
the chest, accompauieil with freijuent sharp darting pains,
Then a dry. hackuisr CousU will set in. and when vou raise
anything it will be a thick ami vellmvish, or white irotny
matter, sUeakcd, pel hapswith bleed. If youstiU take no
inedicice, these unpleasant symptoms vrillincrease, anjypu
wdl soon have Hectic t ever. Cold Chills, A tght Sweats .Lepr
ous Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you still
neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see tou consign
ed to the grave. leaving your friends to mourn now rapid! r
CONSUMPTION did it. work, end hurried vim away.
VHmu! 1 harp vmi iw cause to rw nlamip.1 1 the above
sketch you may see as in aglass, how every case of Cou- f
sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal '.
.termination. Of all the Thousands and Mlllimx whom this
great Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every single case ,
beiran with a Cold! If this had been attended to. ail might '
have been vt'eUbut, being neglected, under the fatal delusion
that it would " wearitself," it transferred its dedly action
to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation
of tubercles. Another, and another culd added fuel to the
H.n.A .i.it.l tltoc. , i-l .0' ., j Imuran Ia tj.OiM, " ,1 nnTnr1.
leaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the LVtngs. At f
this crisis, the disease is very difficult of cure, and siftentime, i
sets at defiance all human means. j
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes I
arrest the disease, or check its progtess, and wll always f
make the patient more comtortaole, anu prolong njsiue, arm
! tt,rirMWTirihvnfa triali hntinits incimi.'ntoriorniin"-
"Dr. Rogers Syrup of Liverworth, Tar, and Ctnciuuagiu.
: if taken at tins tune, will cure it j-jr as suitttii
I ISTAKEN!iS This is strong language, but we can refer
yilU il llUIliUCIllTV, 11 iiiiHCMcn iu jnutc wa. .......
And therefore, we earnestly exhort every mac, won lan and
has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep mcd-
ictne by you m tue nousc; ana wnencver vou u-jce v.uiu. uo
not "let it alone" to work mischief ui your system, bu.erad'i-
cate it thoroughly, at once, by this power, fully sealing com-
lund and leave your Lungs uuinj.ircd, to carry vou m full
vinrto a good old a"e! "
.iiu 1 lir.iu !
Have you delicata, weakly children, who are a'.wavs takirjg
cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! Thi ire never was
case of Croup, which did not originate iu a Cold! And
when your child goes to bed wheezing aud i-jughiug; you
know not that, before morninir. Croon uuy-not set in. and
eru you can get a J'hvsician, your dear child uay be beyond j
the reach of help. Wc bcssx-ch you the retort, as you value !
the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you iu thd
home, and when your little ones take cold a ud commence- 1.
couirbinir. erive it to them at ouce, and rest not until tho ciujrh
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, after th
. , , - . 1 . : . 1 - i c 1 . 1
most tPmil exoerience. tLat if this advice were followed.
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for the cold wocIJ be cured, before it conldarrive at UV ag
gravated and fatal stage lit every Mother, especially, hml
well these remarks, that she may not hereafter, when mourn
ing over the early blight of some cherished blossom, have
occasion bitterly to reproacn herself forher criminal neglect.
It is an old adage, that "to be forwamed,istobe forearmed."'
Parents! so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers' Syrup of LIVERWORT,
TAR and C.VNCHALAGUA, and let no other be palmed oa
you. " SCOV1L A MEAD,
111 Chartres Street, New Or'eans,
Wholesale General Agents for Uie Southern States, to whom
all orders and applications un-agencies mustne nitaresseu.
Also sold by BERRY,
julyl. " Agents.
Atlanta, July If, 1653.
MEDICINES WHICH. NE7ER FAIL TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION, AND CAN BE RELIED ON FOR THE
CURE OF THE DISEASES FOR WHICH THEY
TIL J.S. ROSEisan Honorary Menibtrofthe Philadel-
I'J Dhia Medical Society, and graduated, in 1450, from
the University of Pennsylvania, under the guidance of thai
tndy eminent Professors Physick, Chapman, Gilisou, Coxe, j
Jrmes and Hare, names celebrated for medical scence
and havjnghad daiiy intercourse and consultation wiih these
11'fstinmiishedPhvsiiians.re.scectinc diseases cf all kinds.
and the proper remedies therefor; and being solicited by i
thousands of his patients toput up his Preparations, ho now f
uffersto the public, as the results of hi experience for the ,
past thirty years, the following valuable J'amily Medicines, '
eacn one suitea u a specinc uisease
DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIGO-
Tae Greatest vSv'.-VA Nerv-
ouTcondirionsof theSvsteml-Heart Disease and Nervous "
Cpmplaintt. 'inewiounaingnuanappTenecioi inose
. . . . - .. . .n . .
; Xerrnus Cordial, tor Disease oi me Jiean. ramuaiion. t
I Numbness,J.enraima,iervoas tremoroiinc.Musciesiieari
!s almost miraciUous in its rapid and happy effect. The )
' weak and the nervous am frequently restored to perfect ;
health befote using the bottle Price fifty cents.
j SARSAPARILEA RLOOD PURIFIER.
I A valuable Spring Medicine for purifying-the BUxd tto I
i be found in Dr. ROSE'S SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. '
; This preparation is made ot fresh Honduras Sarsaparilia.
! and combined with otberingredients, to render it the verr
' best Blood Purifier'madc As a SDrinti and Summer Medi- :
nltlpir removes irom uie svsiem an ner uus irnuiwu?. ami
' rhtf nr Drink, it is nalatable. refreshin? and medicinal: it is t
t also efficacious
tions and Disea
: . . ; . , . . , , . ,,.
its bad effects upon the constitution. Dropsical hweiimgs,
im . r 11 - I : I . fii.i iLT..-n I. ..I.. - ...I i
, 119 L'Mi CUCVI3 U1W" Miuomustuu, -' - n t
?SZ1;,ZU? hrok7n,n- i
1 o -i -
slitutl. n from any cause
Price, t?l for quart bottles: 50 cents for small bottles.
TO ALL WHO SUFFER WITH ANY PAIN.
l Do you suffer with any pain? If you do, you will find im
mediate relief by using Dr. Rose's Pain Curer. It is theonly
preparation which cures almost instantly Sore Throat,
I Rheumatism from Colds, Pains in the Side, Back or Limbs;
Face, Ear, or Toothache; Stomach or Bowels, Side or Back;
Stiff Neck, Bruises, Corns and Chilblains. Wherever you
have pain u.o the l'ain Curer. Safe to all ages, in 12;, S5
I and SO cent ootues. .
All of the above Preparations, wilh Dr. Roses Medical j
Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of
: W. W. BERRY A nEJlOVILLE,
M. L. CAKTtVKIUU i , .asiimie,
And ot Dealers cenerally throughout the State.
yy20 dAw ly
TVTHITE GOODS. SOHN A 11ILLMAN, have on j
VV band a large assortment of Jaekonets, Cambrjcs
' Tape, Checks, Swiss Muslins, India Books, Bishop ilfwns,
Victoria Lawns. Striped Jaekonets Dotteil sjw, , tmbroid
ered Swiss. Toilets, jW sheeting, Ac, Ac All of which are j
offered at very low prices ST0RE
june j3 No 18, IMblic Square.
J"ARASOLS of every description are now offered a
greatly reduced prices, STORE.
June 19 No 13. PublicSquar
T)ORTItAIT PAINTING. WM. H. BAKER h s
3 ,.,,.,t in N'uihvllle-and will remain a short tim D 9-
Tious to his return to New Orleans. His Stndiois oq e- L
dar street, No. 25, opposite the. Verandah Hotel. 4
'833' .... Baileys sphi.tgs, t J853-
It i fit, 1KTT,-F? nfnT"iTT rr? TTrRTfl fa i
' S r?P .uT1! s.
TIHS GkEAT3tNTAiNF HKAtTIl
2S Know ready fcr ftc recep-j
Wg.ftggiy tn of visitors. Manviiri-d
pruvcmenishava been made since last seasoxfcd all who
gopowcanbe accomroodaied. It .1 nulil lij.uissii it toLt
tenipilo gtvcja list of the many' diseases cure! (by the cseof
these almost 3Byie Water,. " 1
Himdreds hive let-rfcrthese-Sprinas, sicka;id ieebUe, br"
ing dU-paired of ever regaining, htafili or"caitifttti'6r, but
alter a. few weeks have! returaedatoTheirfrieids ureU. and
i iitirelyfree.&cnithe deadly disease, that one had, sstrong
now upon them, iiany prominent fersos a tnraurnout
town and coantry, an3 especially in Nashviltt , xant estify to
A Iteiralar Mail line of i'onr-llojse Coaciusi
, nllrun-.three times per week to these .Bjtbgs, Ieavirj;
Ts Uiycan IMoX indaii JrCtAouieitra
f ciarby taking the. accorhn loduira cccchlo Couunbta,
1 MJ the Jlatf Line from iherd'to-ile Springs;
jgy Fare only i5V For pass.ige apply a the General
i stage Office, Cedar Street, ir. H. aLAt 'GHTER,
' juce A?ent.
1853. NEW AKRANGEHENT. 1853.
I . CKEAT flOltTJiJSltiX JlUl, jiOUlLti
1 FromNailivillo to Ne-n-Yorlc, Philadelpliii, Eajtinicre,
( " anH "Washington.
iTWO Daily Lines of Stes leave Nashville every1 loorn
. JL ingat4o'c!ockforIxmi3TiUeyiatbeMAllM0THCAVE
Tne Great ttosdcb op tub W orld. AIw. tIK Tyree
. Springs Howling Green, Glasgow and Bardi town, arrivirjr
at lifiitille the next dar, being oat only one night,
' TKi TMilr linfes of fine Steamers IcaTe Lotasvillj for Ciu-
kcinnati and Wbeeling cunnectinij at, those places with th
t diliVrcnt BadroaiU to all of ttetastem ana jrinern v,iaoa.
To New York ?27. f To Washing ton Ui.
to Philadelphia iU. J To Baltimor ) 523.
. Traveling t une ipNewYork, 3Ji days. Tl roegfc passea
gers invariably have preference.
For all information orseaW, apply at the General Stajr
Nashville, Jun 23, ldJC.-tC Agent.
N. B.' .11 Baggage at the risk of the owners.
fPUE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
I JLMAS U KACJI UI.I Ji ti COMPAN1, are'iow offenngt
t TBR'splendid nsortriMtat of Plain aaj Fa ihiotiabie Fur
' fcwji'W . . 1 - t . r 1 . -. . nl .M
nimre at their Deoct on Market street Thomas'fTl
npir hiiildicir. I between Union Hall and ffiavl
isiuare-whicli ther otter as pnecs to suit pu rcuasen, 4 I
both at whole sole and reiaiL They intend t( 1 give satisfas
tion to purchasers work warranted.
--CaU and examine tlteirrtoxA. Orders for Work attended
to with drtipafch. R. H. GR0OSS,,Pres't.
' CASH! CASHTl
WNTED at the South Nashville Furnitare Factory, cf
good SEASONED LUMBER
100,000 feet of lLf inch Walnut Plank - -wtde
o0,00 do do . do do .dot.
000 do 2 do dn do do:
lOO-.OiTij do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, 4,5fcSln.3qra;
i-1'tp.OOa doCberry do
, t n St.., A 11' Cnl, PVn,
( to,000 do y; inch Cherry Plant wide;
.ru,jo uo fdo ao do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
Co.OwO do A'sh,Tangiugfromlti'to5inthicl wide plank;
ALa Poplar of all sizes osed- tor Cabinet purposes, for
wuicu Ajijfa wui pe paiacu uenvery.
1 tain prices smtr given in cash, auo, 1 i?2good Lr-
t "yiuvo. .iuue oiu guuu wurkuiea oreu g.jy.
rimYrTlnn., 1-T?Ti"rivr' t vn :rn tTT!
nRITURE vAKPxirJNCt U CUAJJ3.
IfEW STOCK OF
- ' A; PATTERSON,
. CMeg rirtrt, SiuAatt, Tti!f,
i AS just received a large and snleudiJ assortment ct
JtL' CABINET FURNITL'KE, C.R1'ETI30. CHAIRS,
ic, which with his furmer stock, makes one sf the.brgest
.and best assorticents ever offered in Nasiville. Thc
wanting-gcoU and substantial article would jo welfto call
All work, told by -me will be warranted. ;
Nearlr cifrhtecn Team. exGeneru-A in tliLs itv-. together
1 '?J3 m
. style an
withit practical kcdivledge of the business, gives nimadvan.
lagesm seiccung sacu articles as are tir.ex jepuonaoie la
siyie ana worKniansarp anannuii.
5yr Also, ou . nana,
1 1 T . t . e r- . . ,u 1
L ?ar utrautr, 5 W' .TOwa J
j - lutT-
Gtcels, fa great Tarietr.
AH of wbteh will' be- sold very
tall and examine
aprusu a. r
FURNTXTjRE, CARPETING, OIL CLOIH, Ac
qpHE subscriber has just returned from the
Rat. and Is constantly recnne-all kmd of "ir
FURNITURK, CARPETING, Ac. Hta stocl. at gggZi
present consists ot almost every article in his line of onsi
nesy, and tsextensiTe-as any m the city. Pur lasers would
Jo well to call, asheisdstermiijedto sell low lor cash or on
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
marchis ' Coifoge near Cb urch street
TRUNKS, VALISE3T aad CARPET BAGS.
TPrTEJiaveJustreceivedalarge anuhnaas- CSpTTT
Y V sortmeut of Trunks, Carpet Baps and IpMvrTV
Valises, eonsbtinr of Scle. Bag and K.in&Sil' y '
Leather Travoliiig Trunks and Vol is, also of Saxciiv, iirua
selh, Wilton and common Carpet Bags, which we will sell at
low prices. R.S. UOLL1NS A CO,
jaali Corner of College and Union sts, Nashville.
On ikei Square J'8 to iSuriiu.', BU itmee.
WOULD inform the people of Nashville and the sur
rounding country that he has recerlly improved
and greatly cnlargfsl bis Marble Yard, and is now prepared
to fill alt orders in the marble line at the shortest noti.-fl and
I on the most favorable terms lor cash. He wculd call Dar-
ticular attention to his well selected stoekot' mcenments.
ruantle pieeca, figures, garden figures, siatuaiT, Fountairs,
Baptismal founts, Cros, Vase". Torabs, Aa, aiany of which
are of the purest Itafian Marble, and from the chisel of the
best European masters. Ilk arrangements txe cow con:,
plete for tarnishing all kinds of marble, eitht-rof his own
inanmacture or imported. Jleliascnnano a l-.irge quanti-
'j i.iu.r, u, mv 1.. m, ......... ..c,.u mi
; very low. House Furniture in Egyptian MarMe of the best
1 quality can be bad at his yard. He natters 1 raiself that he
can now serve Uie public on as aceomtaodating terms as
any similar eatawishment ux tho west. A siarnof poblia
i : S The a
f recte-ltfc. my a!
est, and finest q
r. t i be atteuuon 01 toe lovers ot tue r me Arts is tli-
my assortment of htatnarr. They are of the rar
finest quality,, and cf direct ratpc.rtatii.ns.
JAllES GLOrEO.. ' W. I BOTO.JCX
GENERAL AGENCY AND KTELLIOEIICE OFFICE,
At. 50, Ckerrjf Street, i dvori fn m iMadrriek,
" NASmiLLE, Tt-NX.
GLOVER & BOYD,
(SCCCrSSOfcj To WIUJAVS A OLOV13!,l
"TTTIIA attend prwmptly to Borinp, Selling-, LeaslDg. and
I YJf KmGn r Rati Estate, Bcttso. SiLme, .ind Hirixo Ns
care 01 iw .sesim.., .' c.w'ia.ur; mew, xiurwiy aiHi
Selling Stocks of everr derripioo, Collecting Debts in any
IwrtoftheUnifed States, Ac, Ac Orders fur Negroes at
tended to promtly. and instrucrions faithfully obeyed.
Retoukces. Gor W B Camrbell, Ex-Goir A V Brown,
Dr John Shelby, Wheless A Hobson, Paniert, Dver Tearl
A Co, Hatilere. W BShepard A Co, i4ii.r, Col VK
Stevenson, Gen S R Anderson, iifitkirr Hani of Tmruute
O Ewing, Caihter PUir Bank, 1 B White, C'd it UAai
eery Owrf, T TSmiler, tSrri ILsemt Court, FR Cheatham
Clerk CnvHty Omr. D T Scott, XariSe Inn, SM Scott
(Sty Ibid, H Bridges. Sememe, D Y Winston, Diion ILZ
C II Bachns. Verandah. ;feb22.
JUST RECEl V Kit
j FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA,
j 4 BE.UTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancr CASSIMFUE
I f. PANTALOONS of new stvfcs, and made in the best
manner expressly foraitr retail sales in Nashrille.
I We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
I ealored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
: sttockef Gentlemen's FurniilungGoodsofthe fincstandmost
f costly-articles: such as GLOVES, SUSPENDEIS; CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality
I . Abo Duties and Jones' SHOULDER SE.UI SHIRTS, of
I .uniroot ..rintiiti- rrvnrrr STitTtTsi ni lmtwppa
Tarious qualities ami materials. Gentlemen can depend up
otJ being-suppliad til any time with good Good ahdat rea
sonable pnees, by calling at onr establishment on Cedar
n tree t. near ther Post Odice.
janSO CLIFTON A ABBOTT
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OX FROST, XEAIi PROAD Sj-JISHT.
THE Subscriber respectfully returns bis ,
r . . Ill 1 IO nill.ll. f.. MB, ..KIM .1 . . .
.jlicits a continuance of patronage in the above
C0PPEB AND SHEBT IRON SUNUFACTrtRrNG.
. Toee herw.th levery descrmtion of Metal; Tummgs Metal-
u t.firmm 1 k.i I riii -tipim nrwi i.A?iiruri-
hp A! .n.f Pf a
v . V ; r - ".""" r
ry clescriiifioumanufivctured to order, or repaired at short
- Cash willbe paid at all times for dd copper and brass.
JuDe22 ly ; R COLE.
"T7OR MEN "AND IlOYS'.-Ctntrts, Gas"lmeres. t o7
tonades. Drillings, Sammer Coatiags. Lisle Threasl
Shirts, Linen aud Silk Shitis; Cravatt", Pocket Handker
chiefs; superior Lixle and Cotton Half-Hoes, Ac, Ac
We will' take great pleasure in showing our stock, feeling
as-ured we will be able to offer such inducements, as it re
vards style and prices, as lo be conceded by all. '
may 3L W. A. A JG. MeCLELLAND.
-oodFfoii tr AV elvling dresses.-"
MhuVl.a.M Mantles. Colhtrs. Ribbons. Ac, Ac.
mart!) W. A. A J. O. MeCLELLAND.
McCIiEXLAND hare-ia store
- ft i . rir ,
T f s, '
VV . ialotof anbroklerrfSwissMusliiHairCord
-v;c,w,t- M. .11 . Muslins
"V u,t- VKilt Muslins. Terr ciieatx
Rich Orcandy Muslins, Beragea and Linen Cambric, very
iVvvnvt7w 'rnifVIfSt. We hove in
' 1 U-"M "",""' r. ci. r.h., t6i
X store a lew extra "jfsi i,
Tnnik.t . . 5ail
-4 Sole Leather, bieel bprtegs;
34 " " "For Ladles. andGenl'm
Forsale by MYERS McGILL.
Cents' Trimnu'ng store, 5 College street, near the
Square. (june 25.
OHIRTSI SHIIITS! sIIJHTa I IWe have just
yj recetvelamilUeriippiyoi ye raiem utuder-seam
Shirts, with and without eoilars. all warranted to fit and to
be made of the best material. For sale br
inlTl. MYERS & McGTLI.
"f-T-vi.r IIOSi:. -Just rteetveil an assnrtment of half
I I hose of silk, cotton and twuteo iniesd. ior sale by
iiiUM JIYKRS A McGILL.
ILK AND LINEN U ANDKERCUIEFS.
O Plain and with Fancy borders. Forsale by
3IYKKS A McGILL.
O of Shoulder Braces.
For sale by
MYERS k McGILL.
BATHING CAPS. -Another lot of BataiDtr Cpi.
Revived and for sale by MYERS A McGILL.
Ladies ana uenuemen s rurnisiung store, .oao, jcug
street . . . , . JJulyiS.