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wtrrc MiTSB SOBTH OF IX0HEKC2,
LajuUrdale Co., Ala.
GREAT FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH,
3tJv-rrB 13 now reaay mr inc recrp- vicv
5&3pS, Hon of visitors. JIanviin-iS-l
3 now ready for the recrp-
provem.jutslis.ve dccii mws sure usi awn, anaauwnoji
ko nor can bo accommodated. It would be useless t&at-J
tempt w give a lust or the many diseases cuied bilie useor
these almost JJajie. H alert. . V.
Hundreds tiavo leIlloruescpnnc8, sict add resole, bar-..
Ing diqiaircd of crer regaining liealth r constitution, but
otter a raw wccks nave returned to tneir inems wen, ana.
entirely freo from the deadly disease Dial onj bad a Mrofig v 'rim lit' t uufacwrrs prices; .
hold upon them, Many prominent rrspns th",?,UJlfrfFllUri,3 10-J bx Hatsla. assprtcdsTztojr'ftudrtxms Tis;
...... uu c-j.... 'v - ivair
A Regular Mail Line of Foiir-Horss Conches-
will run three times Tier week to these Springs, leaving
V..I...1I. T J n i I A c,. : l icit
aDuiuic luesuay, ajmrsuat m-u cuiu ui uiuiuut;a ,ka
o cIock, arriving at the Springs the tame evening, or ifpcr-t-
sons wish, tliev can ?
tn-iwyugnt kiukxii ejnra
charge, by taking the accommodation coach to Columbia,
end the Mail Line Irani there to the Springs.
iSf Fare only For passage apply ut the General I
Stage Office, CcdarStreet. G. II. SLAUGHTER, I
june 22 Agent! . I
18537 NEW AH RANGEHENT. , 185".
fiUEAT NORTHERN MAIL ROUTE ,
FromKailiVille lo New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and "Wishing ton. , 1
rpV0 Daily L'nes of Stages Ieae XathviHocrery morn- j
.Tiic fluEAT wosoib or rue Wbuui. Jilso, via 1 r
Springs, liou:liiir Green, Gla.Koir and Ilardshn. arnng
at Louisville the next lar, being out onl'one'Jjight.
Three IUdv lines of Hue ieamersWcLomsville tor oin--cinnaii
and 'Wheeling conncctuigat I hose places wiilitlie
different lUilroads to all oftLe Kusteru and .Norlheru CiUe.-".
To Veir York tZ7. To MVOilngRn 2t.
ToIdclpiiial. I Tol!altinv,rc2
Trarelmir tiinrio Ne;v York. Zi 1) - 1 hi-ougU passen-
j.)r a)i inibnnation or seats applr at the General Stage r
luvanaoiv nave ucil-ic'-
OlhccNhvilIe. . yiiiAi.uiij.ti,
S'ashfllli', June 2S iwi-ii. . Agent.
X. II. All Riggagc at the risk of Jiie" ott'oers.
rpiIE SOUTH AASHVILLK FUKXITURE
J. JIANUFACMUUING COltPAXY, are now olTeriugi
jWilcndid sutvortmeiit cf Plain und Fashionable tur
fTniture at their Depot on Market stn.-et,Thonias'(ri
P2Iinew building, betiveen Union Hall and tbjV5k,
Square, 1iic!i they oiler at prices to suit uurcluu-ers, lX
both at whole sale and retail. They intend to give HatiMac
fion to purehars ttoik warranted.
C.J1 and exaiuine their stock. Orders for Work attended
to with despatch. U. H. GKOUMS, Pres't.
V. UXa-pk. SccV l&epti't'
CASH! CASH!! '. ' " "t..J- "
WAT ED at the South N.nlii'ille Furniture Factory.of
good SaS0N ED LUM ItEIU'
1O0.U0O feet of lf inch Walnut Plknl-VHlef
SO.000 do do Jo do - du".?
SO.Mt) do 2' do do . do do'f
100,000 do Wulnut Sciutling, 8 feet long; 4;!fAf6in.sq're;
100,000 doCherrj- do do do;
100,000 do l$ inch Cherry Plank wide; '
50,000 o do do do; .
C0,000 do2 do do do; ,
CO.iXW do As!i,rangiugl'roinlJto5 iulliick wide plank;
Al Poplar of nil sizes ussl fur Cablne'Ckmrposes. for
which Gitk will be paid on delivery. 4
Also. 2 j or 30 good GABIN17T MA KEIiSwanfed, to whom
fair prices will be given in cas!u: Also, goiv2"good UP
HOLSTEKd. Nunc butgood woikmen need ispply.
NEV STOCK OF 1
, CARl'ISTINU AND Q1IAIRS.
Gi&e'.ttrett, XathvilU, Ttimtttrt, '
HASjiKt rocc'ired alarseund splendid assortment nl
CAHIXET FURNITURE, CAUPET1KG. CHAIRS,
4a, which wf tli his former stock, makes one of the largest
and best insortnients ever offered in Naihville. Tbo.-!
vranting good and subsUiilial articles would do well to call.
All work sold by me wdl be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience iu this city, together
with a practical knowledge ofjhe business, gives him advan
tages in selecting such articles as ai unexceptionable in
style end workmanship and linish.
rg ANo. ou hand, a large stock of Fluor Oil (Sotlt,
Hrfar Lxmju, tltratbVnts, Jjmttny (rUw, Matrotxt ami
docit, in great variety. All of which will be f.'d very
low. Call and examine. aprilfl A. P.
I'USNriORE. CARPETING, OIL CLOTH. &e.
THE subscriber has just returned from the jjy
East, and i constantly receiving all kinds of '''"'Pi
FURNITURE, CaRPETING, Ac.. Ilis stock at
present consists of almot every article iu his line of busi
ness, and ascxtensive as any in the city. Purchasers would
do well to call, as ho is determined to sell low fur cash or on
timeforapprorcd paper. A PATTERSON,
mrchl& College near Church street.
TRUNKS, VALISES, and CARPSlTiAGS.
WE have just received a large and tine as- tvTTTTTi
sortmcntnfTrunla, Caniet Rags and 4Ittt
Valises, consisting of Sole, Rag and Kip j!H' Y ..!
leather Traveling Trunks and A"alies, also of Saxony, ftrus
sells, Wilton and common Carpet Rags, which we will sell at
low prices. lLS. H0LL1XS i CO.,
pmltf Corner of College and Union sts Nashville.
On fit Square yesi U tiurdaitt arehme.
XTTOULD inform the people of Nashville and the sur-
rounding country that he 1ms recently improved
nn i greatly enlarged his Marble Yard, cud is now prepared
to lill allordera iu tlie marble line at the sliortet notice and
on the most favorable terms forctsa. He would call par
ticular attention to his well Selected stock of inmiuuients,
mantle pieces, fc'gures, garden figures slatuaiy. Fountains,
Baptism il founts. Urns, Vase.', Tombs, Ac, many of which
ore of the purest Kalian Marble, and from the chisel of the
best European toasters. His arrangements m-e now com
plete f.ir furnishing all kinds of marble, cither of his own
mmuiacture or imported. Hehuonband a lirr quanti
ty of Italian marble, in the rough state, which he anil sell
very lo.v. House Furniture in 1 Egyptian Maible of the be-i
quality can be bad at hi yiud. lie natters himself Dint he
can ujiv serve the public nn as accommodating terms as
any similar establishment in the west. A share ot publio
patronage is solicited. Imay.il.
1. S The attention of the lovers of the Fine Art.tis di-recte-lto
my nssortmentofStatuarj-. They are of the rar
est and Cuest quality, and of direct importations.
JsMES clovek. w. u Boru,jn.
GENERAL AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE
So. 50, Chtrry Hired, 4 doort from fkaJeriei;
GLOVER At BOYD,
(SCCCESS0E3 TO WlLI.IA.Us i OLOVXR,)
WILL attend promptly to Roy insr. Selling, Leasing, and I
Rentin; Real Estate, Uutisg, Sellixo, axi HimxcNe j
oboes, (JfVe have comfortable Rooms and Cellsfortaking 1
care of 10' Negroes.J) Negotiatiuc Iiaus, lluying and j
Selling Stocks of every description. Collecting Debts iu any
part of the United States, Ac., Ac. Orders for Negroes at. ,
tended to promtlv, and instructions faithfully obeyed. '
Refkclxcls. "Gov W 1! Campbell, l"x-Gor A V Urown, j
Dr John Shelby, Wheless A Hobson, Jljuiwn, Dyer Pearl I
A Co., Jlitiltrt, W It Shcpard i Co., 7Aih1-,Co1 V K j
Stevenson, Gen S R Anderson, Cadier Hank 0 lliiMtrrf i
O Ewing, Oiihitr Planter Hani; J It White. Ct il (Ann- I
eery (imrt, T TSmilev, tftri Circuit Quart, F R Cheatham
t7rt Oiunttf Court, D T Scott, XanhrilU ,, S M Scott j
C'Jg HiUl, II Rridges, &tram, D Y Winston, VaUna JIaU 1
C 11 Radius IWanJah. feb 22.
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMEKE
PANTALOONS of uew styles, and made in the best
manner exiiresslr for our retail sales in Nashville.
We have alro a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy j
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's FumishiugGoodsofthe finest and most
cottlv articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA- !
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Daviesaud Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of i
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS o- j
various qualities and materials. Geutleim-n can depend up
on being supplied at any time n ith ginnl Goods and at rea ',
sonable prices by calling at our establishment on Cedar !
sti-ect, near the Past OlEoe.
janO CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
BELL AND BRASE FGUNDEY.
OXFKOXT, XEAlt HliOAO Si'IEET.
1 HE Subscriber resiiectfiilly returns- his
t hanks to the public for past favors, and so
licits acoutiouanceut patronage 111 the uboie
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Melal
ic Packings, Ralbit Metil and Castings.
Soda I; ousts Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of .eve
ry description manufactured lo order, or repaired ut short
Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
junegg ly U. COLE:
I?OR .HEN AND BOYS CloTnVGassimenfs CoT
. tonsdes, Drillings Summer Coatings Lisle Thread
Shirts, Linen aud Silk Shirts; Cravat ts. Pocket Handker
chiefs superior Lislo and Cotton Half-Hoes Ac, Ac
Wc will take great pleasure in showing our stock, feeling
assured we will be able to offer such inducements, as it re
gards style and prices, as to be conceded bvall.
may 31. Wv & J- G- McCLKLLANP.
GOODS FOR TRAVELLING DRESSES j
A complete assortment of the above GumI in store.
Lace Goods. A:c. Fine Valencicnc-s LaceM and In- 1
sertings. Lace Curtains, a Iatge lot ot 4'anr! Appbcalion and
Black Lace Mantles, Collars, ltibbfas Ac, Ac.
.tgayia u. a A i g. McClelland.
A.A: J.G. All.KT.r.AXll hav in tun. L
larn-e lot of 1.V Srv-.i.t..ajl slu j.a tti.i;.,c 11 ,;n...a
-"""ook. Mull Slwlins vcrj- cheap.
Ric,h Organdy Muslins, Borages and Linen Cambric, very
Triinks. ' oolc "a,ucr .YKtt" :'
24 Siile Leather, Steel Springs;
" VI::v-ies-cml Renl'ra
MVIlliSt I. M-lr ,
'S st. 50 Ccliegc street ' ,
rtninTei crmiirK, ......
For sale by
-u i r.iio a iitiilLU
111-1 I.n .
HALF HOSE.-Just received an assortment of halt
J'i1?.12 -UJV-ERS A McOlLL.
Rll?C -AN1. linen lIANDKEKUHIErs
KJ i Iain and with Fancy borders. Forsale by
-il'i MYERS A" JIcOILL.
S3.d-",,!,B'-,11 n"ACES lustrcLeivcd anewstvh-
KJ r Shoulder Braces. For sale by
-J -Ii? SIYERS A McGILL.
B-rT5.IN,G CAPS. Another lot of Bathing Caps.
Received and for li. hi- uvciw c. ...TP. .
JEEKLsJS & CLACK,
WHOLESALE OB OGEES,
Commission- ami Forwarding Merchants,
flnttna antl Toriirto -"Far.fnra.
IK. 'SCorn&Jcf-OdUae ahd Church, iCrett, XathviZe.
iiC&FPB-200 bags Rio; . ; 60 bags Havana;
50 -do laagayara; oo uo Java.
..CIGARS 20,000 Imp. iknma; " 18,000 American;
2 I00.0i)00 Cuba 6'd and 2IeIead'Kari;
jTCANDLES 200 .xiies Sperm and Star;
200 boxes Sienna an Tallowy
- 50 uitiU Almonds: 1:0 ppis i-au.
EMtSTT r.fl l,li Wf lirrel iluotefbl;
'. 7.3 Els .Mackerel: .12 ciief Sardines;
;FLOUR-20a"bbls aallico: 17" Cincinnati;
Tv" iT.- . do St.- tcuis (Ilrrismi;j
Gf,-.rQ550j boxesryndoTr, all sires;
" . . " " Jo lt., Ft, ana
M VI. Fhvsks;
75 do'intTiunbersnndllobiet"; ' , ..
00 do SqnaUaivd uapjars;- - .
W llemijons, fivaand three gallop ,, s,
IUON-Tenne,.veo uud PitlbUi a'3,?, ;,lb.. .
LtQtIOIlS-15 cases I.ondonl'orter-wiaaj li and pmU, y
10cas4Scotc Ali . '
1 : 75lsAmeric.andirenc.'llrnJX;
It do Apple art t'each ' I
iw do Muiskr, -various brands;'
10 ' do vlIolIand Gin; . 23 do Unm; ,
i 3 do Wine, Various kinds; i ' .
liM.do . Uiden-Vinecnn - , -
" MOLASSEsi lpobbkand 14 bbUrebOiled and & House;
h .73 bils St Louis and N. O GoUen Syrup; '
' JfAllS 150 kegs Pittsuurg!iassorted siics;
lot) do ' AVlieeling. " .
, PI C KLEl 3 ctc4 choice, asserted KcUcs;
. a.- 'jq "case Tomatoa Catsup; . t :
SUGAIl ItloJiUds Louisiana Sur;. H t"
ltS)bhls,st.Louisaud Philadelphia Crushed and.
Pulverised; , , 25 do Loaf (Ixjverihg's;')
bl'lUt--10.bagsAllpirt; lo.xioj'cpper; ..
' " ' ' 10 do Ginger, llace and ground;
SAliT 2Q0.bbls Ka
O.bbU Kanawha; . . 2t"0 sacks tine and coase;
133 sacks Dairy and 7.1 txxe3 table salt;
SOAP lOitboics bar; 30 do Fancy So.ip;
SKEDd 45 tMnels.MUlctJSeea; -TKAS
20 cuses various brands; -
TOIJ.VCCO-V) bores Chewing, assorted brands;.
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;.
SUSDIttES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Pmvdcr, Shot, jjalaratus, Soda, Axe, Chains,
Painted Duckets, &c, Ac
For sale low forcash by PFUKLVS.i ClACIC
lfLlberol advanceson consignments.
WASTED W0.O00 lbs of clean washed Wool; . ,
100,000lbs llacon and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Dcesivax, Tallow andOmscng.
For which wo will pay liberal prices in cash or. Groceries.
niayS PKtl KINSi CLACK
S UGAR. 200 hhds l'riniB .'ewSurar;
50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 ban e-U I-oaf Sueir,
30 do Crushed , do: 10 do l'owdered do;
Jutreceivedandforsalcby EDWAUD5 A.HAKP.LS.
may 22 .
TY OLASSES, SYJtUU, .VC 1A0 bbls Prime Mo-
20 btl3 Scagr Hous-e; WqlaRfcs;
10 bbls Golden Syrup:
20 kegs Uutcen hvrnp, jnsire
EDWARDS Si IIAKKIS.
ceived and for sale by
COFFEE. 800 bags Green P.io Cotfecji x - -100
bags Laguyra Cofl'ec; 50 lags St. Jago CofTee;
"I do Java do, just received and for sole by
mafia- EDVJJtDS A HARIUS.
HALT, NAILS, Arc l.WM bbU Kanawha Salt;
O "u bags Flue and Coarse Salt;
00 kees NatU and Drads,' for sale by
a-i EDWARDS HAPwRIS.
ARS 2i',uou Genuine Havana Cigars;
J 100,000 Imitation do do;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by " '
mav22 EDWARDS & HARRIS.
CANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy War Caudles;
20 do Sperm " do; .
2tX do Star do;
100 ' do .Mould do; '
' For sale by may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS. -.
BRLS No 1; 2 and 3 Mack- '50 chests Tea, Imperial,
tslacc and Uunpowder;
50 bbls Vinegar;
5 do White Wine Vinegar;
100 boxes Soup;
50 do Starch;
50 bbls Lour Sugar;
20 do Crushed do,
10 do l'ow'd do,
3 tierces Dried Reef,
100 boss Chewing Tobacco,
100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerc";
25 do Salmon;
100 bxs Scotch Herrings;
20 cases Sardines;
100 bxs M R Raisins;
20 do Layer dn,
CO fr bis do do, "
5 tierces Hice,
20 frails S S Almonds,
15 bags S S do, .
25 sacift. Pecans,
20 do Cream Nuts,
2 cans Prunes,
5 do Citrons
2 casks Currant',
5hf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pie Fruits,
20 do Pickles,
10 bigs 'Pepper,-
1 bale Cloves,
1 do. Cassia, .-
8 do Alspice,
5 ccroon Indigo
2 hkdsMaider -10
bac Ginger, '
10 boxes Gr Pcnner.
20 do Pine Apple Cheese,
ffift A.-. ILnl'alVata.Pwi.'j
Rent's Water Crackers, 20 etises Toug'uson's Bit
15 do Penper Sauce,
2-1 cases Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Syrup,
200 reams Wrap Paper,
loO.vOO Corks, ass-jrled,
20 do i"ngar Crackers,
20 do Soda do,
10 do Picnic do
50 bbls Water and Butter
With a great variety of other nrtirle?, for sale by
mlv22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
KADiDlES, it'INES, Arc 20 qr ca.sks fine Bran
20 do Brandy Cherries
1 hf pities do do V
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 pipes pcre Holland Gin,"
'. 1 hh'd Jamaica Ruin,
2 do Sr. Croix do.
100 l'.bls Ohio Whisky,
JiO do D D Country do.
20 do Penn. ltye " do.
100 do American Brandy,
i0 casks oudon Porter,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
to cvse3 Newark Cider,
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
2.) do do do "
S i casks old Madeira,
5 a do Sherry,
50 do Port;'
0 S Malaga,
50 Baskets Champagne,
Anchor, Bonchc, A other
25 cases Cordials
3 do Claret AVincs,
20 do Mitskat do.
In stoi e and fur sale b v
LARD OIL. 50 Bbls No. 1 laird Oil. for sale by
may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
McCRRA Ar TERRASS,
Corner of Broad and College Streets, Naslivilie,-Tenn.
Agent fvr Shiiti? pilttUiryhand WJieeVna, XXX, and
"l') ALE ALES, PORTHR BROWN STOUT.
J. HAVE now in store the following, which tliey will sell
at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added ) to-day :
125 BhU ilW Smith's lSttsbuigli Ale for sumincrue;
150 " kennett Brand equal to the best nuitch AIo;
i lor taiuily use;
SUGAR AND MOLASSES 175 hhds Prime New
J 75 bbls Ivoa, Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
i 1-"i do lteboiled ilolasses;
j 100 i bbls do; 2o kegs' Golden Syrup; instoie
! and lor .i!e erv low, for Cash or Produce, by
j mayjl McCREA A TERRASS.
I ?OFFEE, FLOUR, CANDLES, Acc.--G00 bags
I J Rio Coffee; 50 do Lagu ira do,
; 200 bbls Sup Flour, various brands;
' 1C0 boxes, i boxes, and L' boxes Star Caudles;
J 73 do Summer and Tallow Candles;
I CO do Doyle Superior Soap; 7t do Starch. For
( saleverj- low, by .moySl McCREA A TERRASS.
IRON. NAILS, CANTINGS, STEEL Ac AXES.
180 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Rells hammered Iran; ,
ItOO Kegs Nails, assorted sizts;
20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
500o lbs English Blister, Crawley and Cast steel;
20 Boies Axes. For sale, bv
may21 McCREA A TERRASS.
LIQUORS.--Si pipes Brandies, some very fine;
1 Cask pure Holland Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puncueon Irish Whisky, very fine;
25 Casks Port Wine; 5 Casks Sherry;
10 do Tenneriffe;
25 Baskets Ciiainpagne Wine, pints and quarts;
50 Boxes Claret Wine; lo do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky;
35 do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
50 do Copier distilled Whisky;
f0 do Monongahela 11 e do; CO do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; lOdoN. E. Rum;
33 do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale 011 lib
eral terms by may21 McCREA A TERRASS.
fPOBACCO AND CEGARS 5!5 boxcsUugliom
JL and Annistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
30 boxes Muscodani Tobacco; 2- do Kentucky do;
60000 Havauna Cigars, various brands;
5000O Mela Cigars; 2u0O0 Cuba Sixes do;
mav21 ifeDREA A TERRASS.
Q ALT. 1400 Bags fine Salt.
1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale lowbv
may2l McCREA A TERRASS.
SUNDRIES. s5 Barrels Brimstone; 2o do Copperas, '
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;'
5 do Alspice; 2 ciscs Indigo;
60 cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, 3 casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Soda;
fiO Boxes of Jennv Lind and Qaart Flasks;
100 do Pint and' HalC Pint Flasks;
201 Gross JIason's Blacking;
100,000 Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
00o Lbs. Dried Beef; 400 Demijohns, assorted.
The above will be sold very low at the comer of Broad
and College streets by " McCREA A TERRASS.
may21 n o.
BY NICHOL if- PEACOCK
TTrillTE LEAD MOkegsSchoonraaker's celebrated
v Pare hltei.ead, direct from toe Manufacturer.
N1CIIOI, A- PEACOCK
200 bbls White Wheat Flour,
1 500 do star brands,
NICHOL fr PEACOCK.
-50 boxes Fresh Kaisen.
NICHOL & PEACOCK.
OYSTEKN 50 boxes Robinson or Wentz's celebrated
splc'd Oysters, put up In Glass Jars; warranted to
keop inanycllmate. NICHOL & PEACOCK.
A UV1 K A COFFE E. 50 bags Lagu ria Coffee primo
-5 do Jamaica do
NICHOL & PKACOCK.
15 bbls Sugar.
NICHOL A PEACOOK.
100 bbl, Whisfcv.
NICHOL & PEACOCK.
) I SU11I.200 bushels Millet Seed fresh.
Bnnn'VTna . NICHOL & PEACOCK.
lUtl.TIso dozen Shaker Brooms.
BEI COItns AMIs PLoBhn'iKTiT-
dnien unrin,nMi.. u.JW:""J,,L. MNLs," 50
qiAU.-SO bbls North Carolina far " rVM.
A ap 23.
NICHOL ft PKACOCK.
Sugar Fi-.,ja,t reCBlVBd bJ
DAVIS ft BWANN.
GROCERIES, &c, &c.
HHD3 N. O. Sugar, 20 bags Gov. Jaw Coffee;
OU-200 bags Rio Coffee;
20 do Lag ao;
80 barrels Loaf Sugar;
10 boxcsT). R. do;
10 barrels Crushed do;
10 do Powdered Sugar,
120 do Clarified do;
00 boxes Stearic Candles
60 do Star do:
80 do Starch;
60 do Soap; j,
S casks extra cured dried
60 barrels Cider Vinegar;
200 kegs Nails, all sizes;
60 boxes Chewing Tobacc,
10 boxes best Smoking To
bacco? CO Chests and botes Green
and Black Teas;
60 barrels ilolasscs;
60 M do:
100 Packages 01 Mackerel
in barrels half barrels
quarter and kits;
10 Kits No. 1 Salmon;
20 boxes Scotch Herring3;
100 do Sardines;
200 Cannistcrs Lobsters;
yto boxes, bxs, aud
bxsM. IL llaisins;
- 4 Tierces Rice;
& Casks Zaute Cunrnts,
. 10 IwrrelsSS Almonds;
5 do Pccau Nets;
2 -Ao Cream Nuts;
2 do Eng. Walnuts:
10 Casks S Car Soda;
20 bag3 Black Pepper;
With numerous other articles in (ho grocery Fme, and for
sale low for cash or good-paper by-
dot KS. CHEATHAM A CO.
T?INE BRANDIES, WINES, Ac, Axe- T
JL 20K pipes pure Brandy, different brands;
4? 00 superior do, old;
&( do superior do old;
50 baskets Cbanipign different brand.":
5 quarter casks-Madeira Wine, old and fine; t .
20 do do do; . - ,
4 do ' Sherry do line;
5 do fine Pott do; .
20 do good do do; ,:
10 bbls Pure S MWine; , . ...
.2 pipes Holland Gin;
2 casks Jamaica Ruin;
10 boxes assorted Cordials; ES2"?5
25 do Claret Wines;
6 do CuracoaAbsynthe Maraschioa;
10!,)00 Imported Havana Cigars;
50.0jX) Domestic Cigars: for sale by, - .
dec5 E. S. CHEATHAJI A CO."
500 bbls rect'd Whisky;
100 bbls D. Distilled Whisky, superior;
10 do old Rye Whisk)-, Pure;
50 do N. Y. Pale Braudy;
N- E. Rum;
for sale by,
E.'S. CHEATHAM A CO.
SUGARS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugars-old
150 bbls refined sugar Richland Refining;
25 do S. R. Loaf Sugar;
20 boxes D R Hroklin Loaf Sugar;
20 bbls Crushed do ' do do;
20 do" Powdered do do do; .
Just received and for saie low for cash by
apt E S CHEATHAM & CO.
LOUR 1 FLOUR!: We have in store 500 bbls
i lour, fresh cround and n iirranted good.
Also. 200 bbls St Louis Mills 700 bbls Ligan Milis,
200 doJaon suedtttvcr, COO do Urendoll a.
All choice brands, which we offer lo the trade at low
ra gauH E S CHEHTIIAM & Co.
( LASS WARE 200 boxes Qurt, Pint, and Half Pint
3o boxes quart bottles; 50 boxes ass'd tumblers;
50 boxes jars gallon, half gallon and quart;
2 casks line decanters. For sale by
dec- E S CHEATHAM & Co.
HfRS Green KIo CoiTae;'
10 ttoEsUeadj Sugar;
50 Bbls. Kebo'.Ied. Molasses;
25 Boxes Palm Soai; '
Vra Bbls. Plkus and Wllshlres Whlskyi
311 ao noicojtic orauoy ana uin; ---
.5 do S. M. Wtnej
50 Bags assorted Cotton Yarns; .
2 H Pipes Old Coff. Krandv;
400 Bags tine and. Coarse Bait;
500 Bbls. Kanawha do.
200 iiegs assorted Nails;
25 do Wrought Spikes.
3d Bbls. Ko.l. Koiiru
10 do TAR; 1 . v.
300 Bbls. OMo Flour;
2.1 do St. Louis, do;
20 Bales'Oaknm (Hemp.)
10 Keels do (Cotton.)
10 Bbls Lard Oil;
20 do Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Ilagar;
i Chests Jenkins CiCo.'s Teas;
25 Colls Manilla Hope;
500 t's Cotton Wrapping Twine;
50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread;
25 do liutter.Soda and Boston Crackers;
Toprtber with, Indlzo, .Madder, Allspice, Ginger, Black
ing, Mustard, Almonds, Cream Jtnts, Star and Tallow Can
dles, Dried Beef, Brooms, Demijohns, Starch, Sodt, Ground
Sptces, 4c. In Store and for salo by
Je.ta. K. STEWART A CO.
f J KWIIH.tT Fl.OIlt.- 50bas very fine Pltts
bare.Buckwheat Flour, re ceived aud'for sale tv
' dec. 5. K.STKWART&CO.
-5 Bbls received ami for salo, by
It. STEWART Ot CO.
rpOBACCO. 150 Boxes Keen 4 Co., Stony Mill's To
50 Boxes Keen A Co, Suncured Tobacco;
150 do Stubblefield do;
150 do- Boaz do; '
150 do Godwin's do;
Forfwleby jan3 W. H. GORDON A CO.
a LASS WARE. 200 Roxe3 Pint Flasks;
100 Boxes Quart do;
500 do Tumblers, assorted for ale by
jan3 W. IL GORDON A CO.
IG.YRS" 5 Cases LasTresMareas Regalia Cigars;
5 c.c-d La National
5 a Jenny Lind
5 a Wandering Jew
2 do Spotted Cathedral
2 do La Fiel
8 do Monte CrUto
50,000 Das Melee
For sale by janS W.
jovr ittciii vi:n.
BAGS "Rio Coffee;
40 hhds Kuean
I 23 BblsMackrel;
i 10 inr. in Qr.20 Kits do;
i 75 Bbls Molasses;
, 1-25 Illf. do;
120 libli St Loais Flour;
100 do Cincinnati do;
15 Tierces Kicc;
! 23 Boxes, 25 half, 23 Qr. Raisins; - . i
j 250 Drums Fies;
150 Beams. W. Paper;
25 Bills Alet
I 100 Boxes Tobacco, varions brands;
I MaOOUS. . .
I 250 Bbls reellSed Whiskey;
j 1341 do Domestic Brands;
1 133 do do Gin; j
t lil do do Wine;
I 125 Bbl Old 1'Kiurbon Wdskej;
j 25 do old Monongehala lo;
I 10 do " X. K. Hum,
I 50 Boxes Claret Wine.
20 do Pale Sherry do.
j 5 Caks Muderta do.
And for sale low by
j dff. 11. J. O. FRENCH V O
j OODA WATER APPARATUS, fur nunvfac-
turirm. drawing andMtUing. of the latest and most at-
proveu construction, manuiacmreii ana lor sale, witn ex
I plicit printed directionsforitsu.se, by
! JOHN MATHEWS-
CO&NKR OF riRST AVEXITE AND BEET,
1 Opposite Bellevue, New York
j The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
! facture of BODA WATER MACHINERY, Ac., in the United t
cta'cs, aim wnere may oe i.iuuu a large assortmenrot every
j article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac
; ian 27 3in EsTABUsncD 20 Years.
UXDRIES. 100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
50 boxes Langhorn i Armslead's Tobacco, very su-
20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
23 gross of box Matches;
Afew barrels of that same old Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortmentof
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, C-ollege street,
opposite Sewanee House. mayll R. F. BELL.
LSSOLUTION. The lirraof BcvM. Noixi linn,
was this day dissolved by mutual consent 0F.
NOEL having sold his interest in the stock on hand, will
pay all debts due by the late firm, and most respectfully re
quests those indebted to them to call and settle up.
uySl.JKW. BEN M. NOEL A BRO.
VTEW FIRM. BEN M. NOEL A A. TYLER having
1 bought out the entire interest of O. F.NOEL, in the
business of Ben. JL Noel A Bro., aud taken their old stand
at thecornerof College and Spring streets, w ill continue to
do a General Grocery and Commission Business, under the
style of Bev. M. Noel A Co., and would most resn-ctfully
solicit a call from our old friends and the public generally.
miU31,lS33 BEN M.NOEL A CO.
SUN D R I ES. 30i i bgs prime Rio Coffee,
100 barrels Fresh Flour.
100 hhds fair to ch'ce Sugar;
200 bbls Reboiled and Sugar
100 half bbls do;
100 bags Fine Salt;
100 " Coarse do;
500 bbls No. 1, do;
500 kegs Nails;
100 Demijohns, assorted;
50 doz Painted Buckels;
50 bxs Cuba-six Cigars;
50 do Jlelee do;
13 bags Race Ginger;
10 do Pepper;
1 cask Madder;
100 bxs Glassware, assorted;
100 bbls Vinegar,
50 bbls Walker's Ale;
20 barrels Loaf Sugar;
20 do Powdered do;
o tierces nice;
5 ccroon? best Indigo;
15 barrels Soda;
50 bgs Cotton Yams, ass'd;
do Crushed do.
In stoie and for sale.by BEN. JI. NOEL A CO,
LIQUORS AND TOBACCOS. S00 bbls Sam.
Hale's Rectified Whisky;
100 bbls Dean's Rectified M'hisky;
40 do Old Monongaliela do;
50 do Brown's I) D do;
60 do American Brandy; 40 bbls S. JL Wine
25 do N E Rum; 25 do Port do; '
8 half pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 piie Irish Whisky;
50 baskets Champagne, assorted brands;
40 boxes as-sorted Brandies;
2 pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
50 boxes Ous Jones' Tobacco;
30 do Fennell's do;
25 do Peter JL Boat's do;
0 do Young A Burrill's do;
.20 do Allison's do;
25 do Peter JL Boat's Gold LeafTobacco;
10 bovesPhenix Tobacco; lo boxes B. Daily's Tobacco;
20 do Jlissouri do;
10 do lenders do;
5 do Reed A Nash's do;
Iu store and for sale by
BEN. JI. NOEL A CO.
10 do Sain Wool's do;
10 do SE White's do;
CRUTCHF1ELD ROUSE. FORMERLY GRIFFTIJ HOUSE,
THIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps
ol the passenccr car landimrof the Western and
Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of -
Thomas Crutchfield, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Bryson and
Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Griffin acquired a very high reputation as a first class hoteL
The present proprietor having secured the services of Col.
Griffin's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent
cook and house boy, and bavingfurnisbed the house entirely
anew, hopes to retain its high reputation and meritpublic
patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni
bus to and from the boats. THOS. CRUTCHFIELD,
feb21 ly Proprietor.
I "1 w .
t H3 2 g g.52 s-ys3
ri 1 -h
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
TDK , subscriber takes thisraethod ofretoroins Ms most
sincere thanks to his friendsand tho publlcgeneratly, for
the palroiiuge he has already received, and would say to
them, that he now has unhand the Lmgesluiul test
assortment of WORK ororeflered In this market: from tho
lizht TROTTING SULKY 10 the fliiest OAHKIOLA CA1I
K1AGE, all of niyown Jlanuracturo.
Persons from a distance an rest assured of alway flmUiig
somBthlng that will sclt their Uste, "If In tho shape of a
Carriage." 1 have the letl M'orlimcn to do niy
Vorl. Call and o rui ujiortme nt.
N. B. I am prepared to build Wort to order ashort no
tice. I will pay particular attention to repairlnz, cid will
tell or repair at as low a price as auy gond baildt-r.
Jy. U. Lower Market Street.
TOTHKPUUi.If!. THK subscriber S?
beeslcavoto stala thathe still carrv on 0r1Sr'
the COACH AXD CARRIAGE liUSlNF.SS, M3?-y
at his old stand onKorta Market st.twodoors "
below U. & B. Donglass.ife Co. Keeps constantly onband
a largeand well assorted stock from a light Buggy to a Car
rlola. Thankfnl for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a
cont!nuatlon,hnplng by cheapness, durabililyandgood work
man.hipto merit jour patronage.
Jan 2 ly. GEO. L. SLOAN.'
ISLAtJIC LACJil OMNI3T
5? X f
Just received Materials for makinq 500 Bonnets.
Plain Hals, 6 00. Rich Full 'irimmrd Par
is Flower, .$7 to $8. The Finest Materials
and Superior French Trimmings;
likewise a large Stock of 1,000
llicli Fancy Silk Crape and
Late Paris styles of
Blond Lace and
Gossmar Lace and Straw Bonnets,and Paris Millin
ery in all its New, Novel, Beutiful arid Ex-
quuite Styles oj Materials.
OUR stock is now faff and complete, niaklnp as Rich,
I ar?e and select stick as any Miiltery estabriehtnonl in
the United Statap, and as regards prices, we defy coai
petition. After beini; 8 years established in business in
Nashville, ami doing nearly the hole of tho Kmc Trade
of Town and country, giving us a large rale for
Hunnetf stud millinery Good.
We can and will sell 25 to 30' per cent. lower than anv
bouscin the city. Ilavli;g Ladies from Paris Mil the Kast
to make up Far.cy Bonnets, wcare prepared to turn oat as
One Milliuer) aaolan) partnl the wi.ilil.
JO As 1 Intend VHiliiie Paris this Snm-ncr to purcliane
aFaTl Stock of Millinery, I will give griata Brgains lure-luce
oar Stock by the last of May.
Rich Paris Flowers, Ribbons, Lace and Needlework, Km
troidericd RIack Lace Mantillas. A veryextsnslvvt'.ock -of
Children's Hats, Fancy Goods, etc.
X. B. Gossamer Lace Bonnets altered to now shapes
In superior style, having the only new shape lilocts In the
city we can makethem good as new.
lO Don't forget tho hnns),No. 45 Union Stroe ,next to
IheFtala Bank, as you may save 23 or 3.1 percent In ptir.es.
my. 3 K. WISH. Awent.
THE co-partnership hcretouue existing undr the nacio
and style of .MO.HKS & SON, is this Ur dissolved. All
debts due the Firm in nit be paid to I.. Mo-.
Tho Undersigned will not be respoatible for any debts
contracted, by any person or persons, without an order from
VERY THANKFUL for tho liberal patronr-ge extended to
him fortbe last 12 yoars, rcspectfullylnrnrins his friends
and the public, that he has madearraneements to rhango
bis preDt business, and will dtspnv -uf Ms present Stock
of FURNITURE very low for CJISH, nusbtinf;ofvei) thing
necessary far llouse-keefcra: Parlor Forolvure in Ma
hogany and o her Chairs; Divans; Marbl and p'ain Beu
renns; HoikCasae, Fine Sideboard.; Bedsteadsof all des
criptions; Tables; Presses; ilattresses, and a large variety
t.f Furniture of all detcriptlncs.-wiiiehl am detormlpedio
sell for less than any other House lc the City. Call and satis
fy yourselvc. L JI05H3,
Nashville, May C-tf. No. 19. College st.
Valuable Farm tor alc.
T WISH tuelltbe Farm 011 which 1 reide. 5 miles from
Nashville, on the main Lo'iisltle and Gallaiin Tiirnpikfl,
comaiulcg about 2?0 acres of good Ir.d, om half of r. hicli
U cleared and in a high state of cultivstiii,and tin other hah"
of wood land, good water as there Is lu the country, and plen
ty of It. '1 he Improvement. rou&Uts of a larre and cmico
dlus I)clliiig,Kitcheu,Wii.s;i-roiia, Smote Hoase, Cistern,
. L-e Ho.ise. Negro Cab-nt. Spritig House, l!arn, L ribs, A c.
Also a Hue orchard of 12 acres with every variety of fruit Ires.
The Louisville Railroad, and slso the Cincinnati and per
haps the Henderson V.11I inn within a f-w reds of the place.
Itis beldoin so desirable a residence and farm as cosivetiient
lo the city. Is offered for sate, and as I am determine! tosetl,
those iih lr:g to purchase will do well to make early ppli
ratlou. Posses-ion en; tie yiveuatanytlmet.ythe purchaser
' buying my growing crop. I will if ile.-lred sell ill m stnk
or any part to the purchaser, also matt of my housesoid fur
niture, if deflred.
Apply to me on Broadway, or t R W. Brown, agent, of
ttJce No 6JCherry street, up talrs,and either of 11.1 n ill show
the farm, dcc.,taDy one wishing topurchase.
ap. 12 tf. A. JOHNSON.
NASHVILLE STEAM HARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
lSARKCTST.,OPrOSITKJOII.SO.N-A nOK.VE's TOBACCO W.VUKII0USE,
' IASIH ILbt, tr...v
I iTarUe tt'itrtnomtat the 'Jd sl'rtl Corner tf Sumi.ter and
' Spring Slrr't.
1 TTAVINGmade extensive enlargements in mvllarble
, J JL Works, my faculties are such that I can execute all
kinds ol work in the most tasieiui manner and tlie latest stj f
as cheap ns it can be. uoi'2 m any ot tne i-tstem Cities.-
1. . 'i . XI' . . -
Ry calling at tny Waie-rooms, on the corner of Spring end
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
persons toiudge for themselves, which is the test method.
I Having on hand all kinds of Jfarb'e from E,east Tennessee.
1 Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, nnislied or in me rougu state.
A large assortment ot JIosdments Tours, Raitisital
Founts Uexs, Vases, Garoex FicrHts, Gcave Sraxts Ac,
carved aud lettered to order. FrnxiTcnE JIaeol executed
to order and tent to any part of the South-West as cheap as
it can be procured from'the East Also, JLakuix Mavtkls,
of every description, plain or caned. Bi'iloixo Sioxe, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left at mj Ware-Rooms on the comer of Spriug
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My 1
friends generally will find ittotheirintciest to call andex- '
amine my stock twioi e purcuasmg eisewticre. loaiiKiuito
my old f
t friends and customers for their lib
liberal patronage, 1
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner of Spriug and Summer streets, Nashville.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTA3
LISH1IENT, Xu. 11. Ctdar Street, fire doors from tie PMic Satmre.
I lltiit, mav oe luuun a cuoice ana wen sciecieu vj
.1 y siock oi vaoins, asiuieii uuu ? esuiig-, an p
of which will be made up to order in the most Fusli- li
. '-2- I
ionable Style and at as short notice as can be done iu any
city in n.e union, aim ai prices w suil uie limes.
Ready ."llade Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A fine assortment of Hen's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Jlerino under Shirts Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
JSfGannents cut at the shot test notice. Please call and
examine, mr C THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent
THE undersigned would respectfully In- rvjrTi
form their friends and the public that aiSSSSS
tliey iiavetakentnc oiu sisim o. a. vvaisou, -vo., ,
IJeaderick st., where they intend to carry on COACH 5IAK-
ING mall its brandies. "We will keep constantly on hand
an assortmentof Carriages, which we will dispose ofou
reasonable terms. Carnages of every description made fo
order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
the public may rely upon getting their work when promised.
Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best
workmanship and materials.
H7-BLACKSMITHING. Every description of BLACK
SJIITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal
J5?"H0RSE SHOEING. We have inour employ experi
enced HORSE SH0ERS, and the public may icly on gett'rs"
their horses shod iu the neatest manucr. AH" worker! it't.
to ourem-p will he under the mraiediafe sunericiid a.
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat
isfaction to all. We respectfully solicit from the public a
liberal share of their patrouage.
Jeh2 ly CRAM A SHEPHERD.
MARBLEIZED IRON lVtANTLES, COLUMNS, PEDES
TALS, TABLE Tors, &C.
THE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invite public at
tention to their Marbieized Iron, as one of the greatest
discoveries of Ihe age, and for which they received .iho
Gold JIedal at the last fair of Ihe American Insti
tute. and the Jlrnar. nt the Fair of the Jletropolitan Jlcchan-
ics Institute, held at Washington in February and .March
of this year.
This material, having a metalic basis is more durable
and cheaper than JIarble: its representations tif precious
Stones and the choicest Jlsrbles in mote than sixty differ
ent varieties are exact and surpassingly beautiful; it is ca
pable of resisting a greater degree of heat, and it cannot be
injured by the action of acidsor oil.
' SILAS C. HERRING.
Tbe manufacturing department of this Co. is under the su
perintendence of R. T. A J. P. Williams, the inventors of
the system, and the financial and general business depart
ment that of John Rrsrox, to whom nil communications
may be addressed, at the principal Wore Rooms 813 Broad
way, New York. may7 8m
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DRY GOODS, &C.
LlCCCDKn- D. STEVENSON". BOTJEST L. WllrflC.
STEVENSON & WRITE,
Dealers iu Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
So. :'Sf GJUye St. XuhrUl. 7'en.n.
"VTTE liaveQW in Stot-e. and will contiiltto to receive un
V V til our assortmriit is complete, the largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods in the city; consisting of eve
ty article usually found in a dry goods store. Our buyer
remained in-New York anlil the last of March, which gives
us the adrjiilago of now designs in many goods which ate
not to be found iu any other house in the city. We respect
fully request our friends and the public generally to exani
ifle our goods before Tanking their pureliases, as we will sell
low for cash or toptuictuardealcra on time.
op-JQ-ly p a STEVENSON A WHITE.
ATlilV SUasfEIt GOODS. Wo have this day re
ceived an additional sujiply of Barege Robes, Bareges,
French Wotked JLishti Sleeves and ChemLsctts ; a beauti
ful assortment of Swiss and Jaconet Iusertingsanti Edg
ings; Honr.iton Lace; Handkerchiefs and Uiider-sleeves;
Bonnet aud uarrow Velvet Ribbon"; Fancy Lace Coiffeius,
Ac, all of which we will sell at reduced prices.
STEVENSON A WHITE,
- j'mJ B 1 50 College street.
AiVDRElV J. DUNCAN,
TTA3nowin,iorc afulls'ock of BRITISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and A-MERICAN
adapted to th'e present and approaching season, and to which
he will couthliiij to receive additions by every steamer
Bfaek and colored Silks;
BLick Dress Goods;
French Pnnted Lawns;
Cloths and Cassimeres.
i.-uicy Dress do;
lanbr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Lawns;
Embroide'i i.js and Laces;
Linen r.n-I Silk Udkfr;
Satin ami S;Ik Vestings;
MIX nncicctlll KloUins;
Kremlins Chambry, Camlets
Faticr IViuts Black Prints. Enalishand French 4-4 Chintz.
Bleached aud Brown Muslins, lileachcd and Brown Drill
ings, Camhrcs, Silk and Ifiuen Threads, Spool Cottons, Ao
A L S 0
Now Sfvlo Bonnets, Ittbbous, Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmir-gs, Ac.
Hate, Caps, Bcois, Shoe-, aud a general shk of Goods,
which he is prep ired to offer at the lowest prices upon libe
ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of merchants
and the trade generally.
A.J. D it agent for several large factories,
and will soon be largely supplied tvitli their
oods. Nashville, Feb. 25. 1853.
Rack Srlsis" Goods.
W. A. a J. G. JIcCLELLAND,
aVo. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
RE receiving anil now opening their Stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS: and. in extent and variety.
it is decidedly the most attractive they have ever opeued.
They would call the attention of purchasers to tlie following,
ith many othcrGoods not enumerated :
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Plaid India Silks; '
n..i;,i.. s:.,.r..- cri'-.
Plain Rich Silks all colors;
" Rerages, "
Fine Linen L'anibrics, 40 lo 75; '
. Plain and Bordered Brilliautes; '
Rich Organdy Muslins ;
" French" Chintz ;
French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents;
Vider.ctemo Laces and Inserting, Star Point Laces, Va
leucieaue and Muslin Collars, Ct-ffs :md Dimity Bands. Jac
onettand Linen Flounces, Mourning Robe.', Plain Mourning
and Trai cling Collars.
LIKEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Irish Linens Linen Sheetings Damask Table Linens ud
Nankins. itne Bird'sEveDiaiisr. Hnckaback und Mdicatinl
TimclsLaee and Musfia Curtains, HIeached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings. A&. Ac.
The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever
opened in Nashville Also, Silk forMautles.
. . WHITE GOODS.
Moll Nansook, Hnir Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace
nctts, Dotted Swiss Mnslino.
HOSIERY. RIBBONS. FANS. Ac
j Bine and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
j Hose, Misses Silk acd Cotton Stockings beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets Fans Milts Kid Gloves.
I MOURNING GOODS.
j. ' Alpacas, Ciaallev-s, Shack aiid PLud Silks, BlacJc Crapes,
j lJerav Ginghaiiis end Musling, blue Kept Silks, without
I lustre, .Mourning Collars, and Sleeves.
TOR MEN AND ROYS.
J Clotlts, Catjslmere'. Cottonades, Drilhuss, Summer Cost
ings, Lirfe Thrend Shirts, Lineai ami SilE Shirts ; Cravats,
j Pocket Handkerchiefs, stripul Lislie and Cotton Half-
I We will take great pleasure In sjiowiajr our Slock, feel
ing ass-ured we will be able to offer such induccrrents, as it
regards style and prices a-s h be conceded by all.
vr. a. a j. G. McClelland.
s'ashriHe. Maich 29. 1SR
S V 1UN ii Til A J)E.
' T II 0 JJ P S N t C 0.
' . 21, Public Sijuaro. n:islivlllc,
J T TAVR recUved their New Goods, and can assure their
1 I I friends that they haw never opened a .prlog stock
1 attractive they fcould call particular attention to their
j siMrtmeotuf ,
! It ioh Dress Grods I
I nin Silk. lraband Fn'y Colors, Plain Bercge, all colors,
Rich f h-'d Bereges, ' Silk Lavender roPs, I
, French Orgajdits, " " Apple Green
I " Ian, " " Ulae " I
ChaJhy, ail colors, 12C0 ids Plaid India Sk's,
Fariari.1 ktr Kobes.s Rich Mantil'a Sil-s, i
Eveuing SiHrn, B'k Satin National, !
Bridal Drews. HV Gro de Shine,
Mi0ants very flue and shearPrmted Linen Cambrlck s at I
I 5oceut. '
A great bargain CM) yds (idd fashioned) Prab and Lead
col'd Pongees Kir iravepnr Dresses. Jaconets, Nain sooks.
India dimities. Sv.,s and Frerch AIulius. Cambrics. Hair .
skirts. Hair nd f,r.i9Jloth for S'ttrU.
T A:t; t;jtt l . ValunciUnes.lIniitonsud ilmbroiJ'd
J-J .Musketeer I ollars, Chemlsetts and
Jacontit KinbroitJerie, Flnuiunncs. Ditnltv. b-inda Hicblr
lMubr.-KIeriii Skirts, Bit Lace Veils, V-Uenclenus, Kngluh
eih! imitatioit Tcs Arc.
irt'l'JI.I.A.s Spleiolid Silk Mantles, all styles. Ap
pltqne Laco Jltntle. lafc and coPd Black Lace Points
) aud sear ., Velvet ti
and silk Gov dforM
rimed lace .Mantles All kinds of 1 ace
ai:tms Corsetsand modesof all kinds.
I 3.M-)?.i, A-C
J- Linens, fable
-Irish tineus, Linen Sheeting, Pillow
Diaoer. Towolil.r-s. 51erscilles Oultts.
.uu-ori ano ice curtains. liamasKs-, ocr..
UVttt S.. ; ;3. Couibazlnes. hilk Warp A 1
paca, Blkchally, fliio de Laine, Widow's cloths, canton
crapes, Beree de Lai.e. Forlard silks, Hdkfs, collars.etc.
', risl,,KL,l.4,Mllic:v. l-ara-iols, shades
JTA. Fans. Riblonds, DreraTrtmmings, Kid Glove
aitls, slk Gloves, kid cut. B.innets allss If linn flam.
iauke of Engiis1! silk aud cotton Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents
MtffJunilel SIm "iSf u'Sei tXSSLVZI
Frenbh Linens, china slfc coating. Drab de etc, and summer i
cloths ofallklnd. 1
Domestic Goods oral! kinds fcr servants, Prints chintzes, '
Ginbams, Berege de Laines.
Wesolictta'i early call, as wo are confident onr stock (
olfersgreat inducc-ueiitslo buyers. THOMPSON CO.,
mr.ja. No.2I, Public Square.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
At KicliolJs, CJoriic-r. i
NO. in. COX MR Of THE S'qOAKK AND MiRKET ST.
RBCEIVKD this day by express, some very RICH and
IlCSIKABLit DRESS GOOUS to which 1 would cordially
Invito Ihe attention of my friends being confident they wi'l
' e pleasedbolh a retards styles and Price,viz: I
. Extra Kieh Paris Silk Tissues;
Setln Plail Painted Berage
i Brorhle lX-uuas de Vcrore;
" Super While PlaiuSatla;
" hmb'd Linen CambricE Hdkfs:
" Paris Trim'd Valencieuue Collars and Sleeves;
' " " Vest and Sleeves;
" " Collars:
And a great v ariety of other articles call and e-o.
ap23. JAUKS NICHOL.
" No. 13, corner of Square and JIarketst.
NEW ORLEANS A CARD.
T EN JAM IN I'. SHIELDS & CO.
1 laving per.
XJ maneully located theuuselres at New Orleans, offer their
services as Commission and FonvnrdingMerchanti
., (;cllcral AKeuts, and solicit consignments of all
kiudJ()f Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
ad , rill rive .vitisfaetion to nil wl.o mav-enlist thmV.-n(.
est to their care. Proceeds of sales trill be invariably held I
sacred aud promptly remitted. !
P. S. Extensive arraiKrements made for the receiving and !
forwarding of every species of Jlerchandise, at reduced rates.
r. ..... ..: .1 .u ; . - . n, .- . . - . r
from charges at this point. Orders for Groceries and Insur- I
ace Risks withtbe collection of BUN, Drafts, Ac, attended 1
to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS A CO.
augl2 ly I
H. O. ANBRSQiT & CO. j
fashionable Clotliing Linporlnm, j
. Oa .'Jarkct ttrltt, appetite Mazey, JileClurefi Ca. I
HAVE now iu store one of thepretticst assortments of Fash. '
Spring and Summer Clothing j
everotrerediiit!iIsmarkct,beiiigan entire new stock, having I
the misfortune to have, oar Iast3ummer'sstosk destroyed by j
t.'ie flro, on Union st. Thankful for Uie liberat patronage
beretoforebestowed on them, they earnestly solicit a con- i
tinnauce of the same, and promise that nothing shall be I
winning on their panto give entire satisfaction to all who 1
will favor Ui am w ltli a call. Our stock consists In part of (
BlacJc and Fancg Cloth, Doe and Crapt Cassi- I
meres, Drap D'ete Cassimeres, Linen, Alpaca,
JJress, Prick Nhconey Cassimeres, Satin,
Grass, and Sack Coats.
Best of Black ami Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Vaienceli,
Linen ami Marseilcs, some ofthera beautifully embroidered.
ALSO a good assortment of
Voutlis ami JSoj-s, Clothing; IlatM of
and style, amongst them some extra tine
PANAMA, BRAID, FRENCH, KOSSUTH ANDMAGYR,
together withevery article required for a gentleman's outfit.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, a dno assortment, which
will be sold by the paterns or made up to order In the mostfash
Ionable style. Give us a call gentlemen, we thick we can
convince you this lathe place to buy a good article lowforcash.
R. C. ANDERSON,
may , H. 6T0.NELAKB.
rpHE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad ii
1 Company, and tne xennessse iurer il. M..
and Tran30ortation Company, have adooUd tha"
following rates of Transportation on Freight between Nash
ville, Teon, and the various landings on the Tennessee
a s Hi.
FROM NASHVILLE TO g " ji i
j o j o f a.
nau,nonneu, ury lioods
glcerally. Cigars in loxes
urease..,'! in Ware.Clocks,
Wosvlan Ware, lagbtand
Hollow Ware. CaaUnisJ
Wool, Feathers, Ciruocgj
r room,vi ranges aauLem
ons. Horse Collars, Stores
aud Stove Ware. Teas,
Drugs In kogs and boxes.
raadiery, uanuies, uon-j
fectionaries, die, per ICO
Second Class Sugar,
Coffee. Molasses, Nails,
Tiu Plate, Bar and Pig
Lead, Fish In barrels,
kegs, Kits, &c .window
Glass, Colt n Yarn, Do
mestics, Hemp and Rags
la bates. To'oaccoin box-
es,Kice, Hidee. Bale Rope
Bagging, cordage, Leain
erinrollsand bxs. Hard
-ware. Glass and Queens-
ware In cratesandboxrs,
Lead acd Paints In kegsj
Clover Seed, Ch3(se,
Candles, Soap, Butter,
Beeswax. Oils, Brandies,
Wines and other liquors,
Varnish , Turpentine, Ar
per iw ids
Third Class Bacon,
Lard and Pork lu tierces!
or barrels, . Bar Lon,
heavy Castings, CrinJ
Stones an d undressed
Marble per 100 lbs
V. hisky. perbbl of40gal.
Salt, per bbl..........
Flour, per bbl.and Salt
31 501 SI SO
1 00 1 30
Porter Ale.and Domes
tic Hnuois,-per bbhof4"1
Lard Lloseed, or other
Oils of Tennessee Manu-
faelure, perbbl of 40 gals.
Powder, sevure'y pack-
ed In casks or hogsheads,
tier ICO pounds
Carbos, Mineral Acids,
(at Company's conren-j
Piano Fortes, boxed
Cotton Gins boxed, and
Portable Barrow's o r
Qacenof the Sou hJlil.s,
Plows (assorted,) and
Cultivators, each..... ..
8 50 8 501 9 50
50 SO; C5I
f REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS. AND EXCEPTIONS.
Smgle Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be in
variably charged as 100 lbs., First Class Rates.
All articles of 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
tection of contents, wil be transported only at owner's
All claim? for damages must be collected of the party de
livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods
must be made within $0 days from date of shipment, or they
will not be allowed.
The above Couqianies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or oilier Liquids, or for the Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tiu Cans, or Carboys of "Liquids unless
they bo securely Packed iu Wooden Cases with their tops
The following Articles will only be Transported at "Own
er's Risk," as to Breakage, Cliating, 1'rosi, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, viz:
" Molasses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware, Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, loose, Demijons, Fur-
t nifufe. unboxed. Moveables and Hottceliold Goods, Fresh
SmFiabl Poultry, Live Stock of every description, Boxes Ci-
gars uoi cascu, laruoys, aixius, ijootiug masses, .uusicui
Instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed Sasli, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves aud Stove Castings Light and Hollow
On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intermediate points, no extra charge will be made during the
low waterseason, except that all articles carried at less tlian
Third Class Rates, wdl then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low" water are eutirely at the risk of
.On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermediate points to
Chattanooga, Twenty-five (25) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but iu no case is there any responsibility
assumed tor tlie detention ot uoous during or on account ot
I low water.
Goods consigned to C W. Anderson. Agent. N. A C. IL
R. C, Nashville, will be received on the wharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayage or
No Freight received on the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept oa Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above sub
ect to spcciil contract.
Emigrants with their families and moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa
tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, will
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. It. IL C, Nnshi
ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres, Teun. River M.M. A T. C,
IL I. ANDERSON, SupL N. A C. R. R.C.
JAS. WILLIAMS, lres.Teun- River M. Jt.A T. C.
NASirVIXLE AND CHATTANOOGA-RAXLK0AJ). "
VStCyZZ' 57y,-,-y- yf7f?;
Departure f Train.
rpHE Express Passenger and Mail Train leaves Nashville
JL daily at So'clock, A. M., connecting at Decherd's at 10
o'clock, with Carter.Sims A Co.'s daily line of Coaches, for
Huntsville, Ala., and at lennessee Bridge at 12 o'clock,
noon, with mail boats for Chattanooga. Passengers by this
Train have half an hour at Wartrace for breakfast; and if
going to Chattanooga orlluntsyille.reach their destination
the same evening.
The accommodation Train leaves Nashville daily (Sun
days excepted! for Wartraeeathalf past 2 o'clock, P. M.,
connecting at Wartrace at f. o'clock, P.iL, with branch Train
lor Shelby ville liich Train also makes a connection with
the Express Train at Wartrace, "it S o'clockin the morning
so that Passengers can go direct front Nashville to Shclby
ville, mormng and evening, by taking cither the Express or
accomodation Train as may be preferred.
Arrieal of Traine.
Expresses daily at 12 and 35 minutes, P. M.
Accommodation daily at 10 o'clock, A. JL, (Sundays ex
Through tickets to CbarIc'ton,S,C.,Savannah,Ga.,Chaf-
tanooga, Tcmu, and Huntsville, Ala., to be had only ofG.
H. Slaughter, Agent, at the Raihoad, Mage and Omnibus
i OtUce, Cedar street, opiositethe Post Office.
We liave established tbe above office for the sale of tick
I ets toall stutionson theN. A C.R. I!., and through tickets to
the points above named, iu order ta avoid the hurry and con- 1
fusion always occurring in procuring tickets at the Depot
before tbe departure ot a Train.
The location is central and convenient for all and the Of- '
lice open from 6 o'clock in the morning until 9 o'clock at I
. night Therefore Passengers who neglect supplying them-
I selves with Tickets will be charged 20 per cent over the i
custof them on the Cars. H. I. ANDERSON. f
june 2, '33 2wd. Supt. N.andCR.R. ,
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH- '
goods will be brought
through to Nashville at the following rates:
! Boxes Hafs, Bonnets Furniture. Teas and other light
goods, per cubic foot
Boxes Shoes Dry Goods Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con
fectionaries, Camphene, Spirits Turpentine, in casks
Ac, per 100 lbs. $210
All articles tot coming under specific rates, as enumer
ated in the tariff of the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
at the Freight Agent's Office) jierlOO lbs $1 25
iioous to oe aenverea at .asuvuie at above rates must
le plainly and" distinctly marked to the care oi Agent of
s'.. I rI... 1 T -T I . nt i.
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Coat ChattnnnrKm.
nnil Airunt nf -sVinlli P.rnlln, l'-,;ir,,0,l Cr. . I'l..
j -- --. - ........ .. . v., a. uiiaiicsiuii
Persous shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam
. era at or about 12c, by propellers at Sc., and sailing ves
, scls at from Sc. to 7c per foot
When the Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be
made, of which due notice will be given
IL I. ANDERSON, Supt N. A C. R, R, Co.
N. B. The same difference will be made when goods are
to be delivered at Decherd, Shelbyville and Murfreesboro,"
or other -stations on our road, as is now made between
i freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from
the above points to Chattanooga, under the armu-ement
, with the Tennessee River JI. JL A T. Co
i june 10 tf H. I. A.
1)OY'S CLOTHING DEPOT! Tlie subribirs
J hare the most extensive and varied assortment of
looming tor iioys from 4 to 16 ever offered for sale in tlie
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing filled at the short
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if they do not suit
F. A. HOYT A BRO.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 at, Philadelphia.
April C, 1853 ly
AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
THIS establishment is now prepared to manufacture all
kiuds of Waggons, Carts and Plows of every descrip
tion and any other farming imphments used in this country.
The 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, and other uten
sils for making roads.
The Jlaunfactunng of Waggons is under the Superinten
dence of Wilson Jlidlen, whoe work is well known here.
We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters and Jlerch
ants in the surrounding counties for our work.
Ooe or two good Wagon Makers wanted immediately.
Uood prices will be paia lor nrsi-raie workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN,
iunelo Lower Market Street
TAR. T. J. COLB URN Dentist.
XJ Takes this method of informing the pub-1
lin hat lii. is hvsitfwl nprmanentlv St TientOO.
Tenn and is ri re tared to perform any operation, that lie
may be called upon to do, in the shortest notice: plate work
neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. He will visit
occasionally, Jackson, Temx, and surrounding tovrns for the
purpose of doing plate work principally. Persons wishing
new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to be of 'service to
them, are solicited to patronize him, with the assurance that
satisfaction shall be given, rogiTivrxr. or no pay octl4 ly
aENUlNE SCHEIDAM SCUNAPS. Webave
a few dozen of this fine Lignor. For sale at a low
price at LYONS A CO,
myl8 No. 19, Cedar Street,
I EMOVA I. STRETCH & ORB have removed
L their stock of Drugs, Ac, to the new and large"
SItnrA Tlr.nsi reepntl- rpetMl nn ih mrr,rnf HfJIeTB 1
and Union streets, (known as Fife's corner,) where tney will
be happy to see all ot tnear customers.
junek STRETCH A ORS-
"DATIILNG SPONGE. 25 lbs Fine Bathing Sponge.
J Ke ceived and for sale br STRETCH A Ortlfi,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Comer
College and Union Streets.
SURGEON SPONGE. lOlbs Fine White &rrgcon
Sponge for sale by jnly 24 STRETCH A OR2L
rriAYLOR'S WASH BALLS. 12 dot Taylor's
X Crystalized Wash Balls. Received and for salo bv
Jr 24 STRETCH A ORB.
ENGLISH TOOTH BRUSHES. 12 dor. F se
English Tooth Brushes, made from the best Russia
Bristles, which are wan anted not to cores out. For -ale by
july 24 STRETCH A ORR
LEACHED WHITE WAX. 1 box lice Bleach
ed nhite Wax. Received and for sale by
July 34 STRETCH A ORR
WHITE BONNET GLUE.4iTl bestWh.;e
Bonnet Glue. Received and for sale by
jnly 24 STRETCH A OUR, Wholesale ami retnil
Druggists. Corner College A Union Sis,
H. G. SC0VEL,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Xorth tide of the PuNie Savare, 3 Jmrt jri . .
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Paints Bxc&ues, PEsrcnEar,
Powdes, Oils. DrEh-Trirs,
Faxct AKnCLES, SnoT, Vanishes,
Glass; Glassware, Lmd,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENT.
UT.FRO ABDOHtXAL SUPPORTERS and IK t
WASHITA OIL STONES.
Drug, Ulcdicines, Chemicals, Arc.
XathcilU, JIareh 11, 1358.
1 fifi tift-PRINTER'S INK Winter, Spr-tiTsuin"
lOXJXj mcr and Fall News of the best quality, for sale by
marchll IL G.'SCOVLL.
I7RESH GARDEN SEEDS, from Iandreth, RTsieTaad
. the Shakers, for sale by H. G. SCO FL.
f, R.VSS SEEDS, in variety, for sale by
LYON'S KATIlAIItON, forthe Hair this article". por
ular in New York city, as an admirable prcrarc'ion,
aud an effectual remedy for baldness and falling-iff of tbe
I hair, causing it to grow luxuriantly, rendcnugit soft glos
sy, beautiful and prerentingits turning grey, tur sale Iv
marcntt iu U. MO V 1 1
LYON'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER, toTb sper
sia, Gout, Rheumatism, Cramp, Cnulera Morbus Ll-31-c.
Ac, Ac, which is one of the test preparations of the day a
trial will convince the incredulous for sate bv
marchll IL G. SCOVFI.
aALVANISM Christie's Belts, Bracelets, Flu.J, R cgs
and Plasters for sale by theooly agent in Nasuv.he,
marchll 11. G. SCO. I L.
LANGHORN A ARMISTEAD'S SUPERIOU1i.aC
CO, for sole Wholesale and Retail br
1) IFLK POWDER ConBecticut asd Te.esie lute Pow"
JAi der, warranted best quality, for sale by
H. G. FCOVTL.
TEaVTS FOOT. Refined Tanner's I-ird, Limccd and
CastorOilsforsaleby H. U. St'Q IX.
SMITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS, just n-eived and
for side by marll H. G. SCO LL
TINEAS Black. Younillvson: liuperial. Gujilowu
I Extra Carious Black Tea. These Teas are cl gu
quality and liave given satisfaction, far sale by
marchll H. G. St'OVFL.
DR. ROGERS' IJVER WORTH AND TAB,
FOR THE COMPLETE CORK OF
Cuught, CUdt, iMjluenia, A4ima, JiriMitu, kZ -i f
Elond, and all otter Lha Cmnfiairii les.i.. U
THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY1
KEADERt have you a Cough, wbidi you are neglect .rj
underthe idea that it is only a common cold, ta .t
will soon "wear iUcIfout?" Letafrieudtellyou, na'.k.ni
ness what will soon be the probable result
la a short time, if you continue to neglect yourself. v;a
will begin to feel a sense of tightness ami oppre-s,. n sns
the chest, accorapauied wish (request sharp dnrvjj j-a. :x
Tlien a dry, liackiug Cough will set in, and when vim ra- ve
anything it will be a thick and yellowifdi, or v.h o fiA.v
matter, streaked, perhaps with blood. If you sttli ts co
medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will mere e. acd v u
will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills Nijjht Sweai - C tf -ous
Expectoration, and then Great ProstraRon. If you Ki.l
neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see you consign
ed to the grave, leaving your friends to mourn r,u x raj idly
CONSUMPTION did its- work, and hurried von nwa-
Friend ! have you no cause to ne akrnied T In the abcre
sketi you may see as in a glass, how cverr ca. c ca' C on
sumption prpgiesses with more orlessraptdiiv, to-a fatal
termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom th.s
"grent Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, even sin; raja,
began with a Cold! If this had been attended to, sit m:g-.t
have been well but, being neglected, under the fatal Jc!us.:a
tbatit would " wear itself," it transferred its deal! bc' 10a
to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the f mat
of tubercles. Another, and another eotd added futl t : ijj
flame, until these tubercles began to .-often and Ufpura'a
leaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lu, . At
this crisis, the disease is very difficelt of cure, and . fLr.t.c-.e,
sets at defiance all human means.
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will of1-. : r rs
arrest the disease, or check its progress, and will Cira.-3
make the patient more ctmfbrta le, and prolong h. . 1 ,r, uaiX
is therefore worthy of a trial; but in its lBcipieot 1 r i,-a - g
periods. Consumption is as curable ananyothcr d:?c c 1
"Dr. Rogers Sirup of Lirerworta, Tar, and Cnuchabg-ia
if taken at this time, will cure it Kjg AS SUliiXl IP
ISTAKEN!J Tliis is strong language, but -vec'n m -you
to numberless living witnesses to prove that it 3ii.il
And therefore, we earnestly exhort every man, weir -i . ii
child, who has a Cough; or Is subject to Colds, lo keer med
icine by you in the honsc; and whenever you take t . U, da
not "let it alone" to work mischief in your system, but -cte
it thoroughly, at once, by this power, fully Leali -pound
and leave" your Lungs uninjured, to carry u .niad
vigor to a good old agu!
Have you dclicata, weakly children, wfco are always 'al -g
cold, aud subject to Croup? Remember! There r- -ve- was
case of Croup, which did not originate in a C 1 ' Ar.J
wheu your child goes to bed wheexiBg ami co'irr,- . i :u
know not that, before morning. Creep niav not 12, i-i 1
ere you can get a Physician, your dear cfetld may be Lct "-J
the reach of belp. 'e besieeeh vou therefore, is vou valae'
the lives of your children, keep this mediciue b v u :i: t'.,e
bouse, and when your little ones take eotd and cc-n:r.cce
coughing, give it to them at onte, and rest not inv'il Ue Cji r h
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, oiicr t e
most extended experience, that if thisadi'v were La.wcd,
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at th's rg
iwr-ito.1 anil fiit.il sfmr- 11 fVitrc falkpr. tuh'i .tie T rM- I
well these remarks, tlaat she may not bereufter, whet t. n
I inir over the early blisrht of .some cherished Uoss
1 occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her cruuioa! n.
It is an old adage, that "to be forwarned, is to Le forearn.;d
I Parents: so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ask for Dr. A Rogers' Srrnp of LIVERS OUT.
TAR aud CANCUALAGUA, and let no other be j.JrneJ oa
you. SCOV1L A MEAD,
111 Chartres Street, New Or ears
Wholesale General Agents for the Southern States ta n .r m
all orders and applications for agencies must be .ddnssei.
Also sold bv BLKIi,
Arr-AXTt, Jnly 1 ,i
MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION, AND CAN BE RELIED ON FOR THE
CUBE OF THE DISEASE3 FOR WHICH THEY
DR. J. S. ROSE is an Honorary Jlember of the rtdalel
phia Medical Society, and graduated, in Is L-uta
the University of Pennsvlvania. under tlie guidance f the
truly eminent Professors Phvsiek, Chapmau.Gihso-', t .xe,
James and Hare, names celebrated for melical sc.ence
and having bad daiiy intercourse and consultation With 'i.ese
distinguished Physicians, respecting diseases of ail kcvi,
and the proper remedies therefor, and being sf Jn ilei br
thousands of his patients to put up hi Preparations, he new
offers to the public, as the results of his experience for tbe
past thirty years, the following valuable Family Jledicces,
each one suited to a specific disease :
DR. J. 8. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIGO
Tae Greatest Discovery in Medic?! Science! For all Jicrv-
' ous Conditions of the System! Heart Disease and Ncrvjas
. r. O-l. . . .' ,: it cr r , r.
Complaints. The astounding and hnppv effect of Lr R. ars
Nervous lordial, tor iJiseases ot the Heart, i al,j. a ,j,
NumbnessNeiirahria. Nervous Tremor of the Muscles Ilo-rt
1 bum, Flatulence, Pain in tlie Face, Wakfiilne-.s, L. at., s-
nessorfor the Jlind or Body worn down by cure, Ubcr, or
' study, has induced many physicians to use if in ifae.-rrac-'
tice. Foraweafc constitution, it is a gcod restore-, itcra
pletcly removes from the system all nervous imiati -ns, und
' is almost miraculous in its n.pid and happy effec' T-e
. weak and the nervous ore frequently restored to pcr.ct
health before using the bottle. Price fifty cents.
SARSAPaVRILLA BLOOD PURIFIER.
A vahuble Spring Mediciue for punfvuig the HIkk, so
be found in Dr. ROSE'S SARSAPARILL-V COMPul o,
This jireparation is made ol fresh Honduras Sarsnran;.',
' and combined with otheringredients, to render it tuc try
, best Blood Purifier'made. .Vs a Spring and Saoirnf r Mc t
' cine, or Drink, it is palatable, refresh tag ami medU-.a-'. . .a
j also efficacious in enriching the Blood, curing all Sk..i Lrc y
' tions and Diseases. Scrofulous Sores, Va.'ereal llise.-tf a-'j
its bad effects upon the constitution, Dropsical Swell
Rheumatism, from Jlercnry. Biles, Old Sores, Kiduev and
Bladder Affections, and raising up a weak and broken c a
stitutl n from any cause,
i Price, J 1 for quartWtI:ceiiJtsfor seiaH bottles.
I TO ALL W llb SUFFER WITH a.N V P VI V.
Do you suffer with soy pain? It you do, yon will hnd i.-i-mediate
relief by using Dr. Ihise's Pain Curer. It is ihe cIy
I preparation which cures almost Instantly Sore Thnt,
, Rheumatism from Colds, Pains in tbe Side, Back or Lit.
t ir.ii..a.i:inffi..iiA. I t- ,. .
race,4ir, or i lw.u. , .-..iw.... uuncu, mug or ii,if r
Stiff Neck, Bruises Corns and Chilblains. Wberevc- v au
have pain use the Pain Curer. Safe to all uges, in 1 . ;
and 50 cent bottles.
All of tlie above Preparations, with Dr. Rose's Med.cal
Adviser toPersoasin Sickness and in Healtli, to he had of
W. W. BERRY A DEMOVILi.lv
JL L. CARTWRIGUT. Nashvnle,
Apd ot Dealers generally throughout the State.
Vy2U diw ly
7t7iHTE GOODS SOHN A HiLLMAN, havS
1 V hand a large assortment of J-iatenetj, Cambr.os
Tape, Checks, Stviss Jluslius India Books Bishop I awiss,
Victoria Lawns, Striped Jackonels, Dotted Swim, fcrrt ry.j
ered Swiss, Toiletshine sheeting, Ac, Ac. ARofwu.chare
offered at very low prices at the
june 10 No 18. Public Square.
1ARASOLSof every description are now'oUered'at
greatly reduced prices, at the
June 19 No 18. Public Squar
ORTRA1T PaVINTINGWJL IL BAKER has
returned to Nashville, and will remain a short time pre
vious to his return to New Orleans. His Studio Is on Ce
dar street, No. 25, opposite the Verandah Hotel,
julyl 3 ImoS,