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1853. HiiU5YS SPKLNG8,
JTINZ KXLL3 NORTH OE?iOKSICE,
Liuiardale Co.. Ala .
THIS Oil HAT FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH
aJiCKTi IS now ready for the reap- -yj
,)TO1icju . . j been tnaae since rasi season, una all Who
.-gtnai.Y-can be accommodated. It would be useless to at
tempt to give a list of the many diseases cured by the usuof
tneie almost it ye il'aitr.
Hundreds have lofifoclbese Springs, sick and feeble, hav
ing rilspatrcd ol ever regaining healtU or constitution, but
otter few wesks have letunlcd to their friends well, and
entirely traffiuM tin; deadly disease that once had a strong
hold upon ihcut. Jiiauy prominent persons "throughout
ittvn and country and especially in Nashrilie, tan testify to
31'RcsblarJInll Line "of Four-Horse Coaches
will vua three tiuies per week lo these Springs, leaving
cfar.jt, bv lVinr the accommodation coach to Columbia,
and the Ms, 1 Line from there to the Springs.
Jr5F"Freiil- For passage apply at the General
Stage Oilleu, Cedar-Street. It. H. SLAUGHTER,
18.-.3. xrw ASsaKuEiuXiriv iaa.
G11EAT NORIHF.UN illAlL ROUTE
' Yromlfd&vilfe to New sork, Piilaielphia, H<imoro,
' and Washington.
TWO Daili- Line. of Stiges leave Nashville erery mom.
tngat 4 o'clock lor Louisville via IbeMAMMOTH CAVE
' Tun Uiu-f "- nut op toe. Would. Also, via Tyree
Spring, -Bowling llreeu.Glasgow and Bardstown, arriving
, tt LfKUavillejlieneillar, beingout only one night
Three Daily lines of line Steamers leave Louisville for Cin
cinnati and Wheeling counecting.at those placei'wiibuie
'liferent Railroads lo all of tte Eastern and ioithern Cities.-
FARK REDUCED. . "
To New Ynrt27. To Washington $24.
Tol'nihrtrtpSiiaifiii. 1 ' To Baltimore ?23.
I Traveling time .o Sew York, B day?, Ihroiigh passen
tgers invaria1.lv iiat preference.
1 -vTor U irttornratioa or seat apply aUhe(neral Stage
, Office Nashrfl'e- G. H. SLAUGHTER,
i. - Nsbville, Jus 2S i!S.-tf. Agent
A". 1J. All Baggage at the risk of the owners.
rplIE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURMTURE
X MANUFACMUltUI-i COMPANY, are now offering
.gjapisaili;! assortment ot 1'Iam and Fashionable Fur
niiuru ul their Depot on JIarfcet street, Thomas ft
3 new buildilicr. ibetneeu Union Hall nml ihotiL
bqujie, ivliich they oa'er at prices to suit iiurcUasers, f
botli at whols aale aod retaiL They intend to give satisiac
tion to purchasers ivork warranted.
Oall aud esa-uiue their stock. Orders for Work attended
to widi despatch. R. 11. GROOMS, I'res't.
AV. L.Nsn Jiee'v hseutr-T'
WA'TED at the rjaiu A'asuville Furniture Factorv. of.
g.d SKA.S0.VE1 LUJ1UEK J '
yrj,k tect of i i inch Walnut Plank- -wide;
C'.'.t'tN) do do do do do;
5U,vO(J do t do do do do;
JOO.W do Walo -t Scantling, 8 feet lone; 4, 5 i 6 So. sqVe:
.CW do Cherry do 5 uo &do:
do ;snich Cherry Plank wide;
50,tXKJ do , do do do;
So.WOUo'.. do do do:
5,000 du - ranging ironilj to 5 in thick wide plank;
Al, riyr S idl sues used for Cabinet purposes, foi
which Guu :vilt be paid on delivery.
Also, a. era !g.,10ALtlhT JUKEHS wanted, to whom
i.-ur jincos win oe given in casn. Also. 1 or 2 rood Ur
: but good workmen ueed apply.
NEW STOCK OF
JFUlLVrrtllE, UAUPETl.VU AX1) CIIA1RS
OHmc rt'-'f, SasUdUe, Tennessee,
I r AS tnsl ivfved a birveuutl anlraili.1 fls.Hnrtm(nt nl
JUL O.vlilNtT FUIUITUKK, CAKPETINO, CHAIRS.
&.C-. h:cu wim liwiiir.ncr stock, makes oiie of the Urtrest
and bt a-sunmciits ever offered in A'aslivillc. " Tfioee
wanting pxid uid substantial arucles, would do well to call
All work Mild bt- tna mil be warnuited.
Neirly e.gtitci years" exyerienco in this city, together
witha pr.w.icii kneiede of thebusiucss, gives him ad van
tagesin eleciiiig such articles as are unexceptionable in
sttle and wiikuuiisbin andlimsli.
1-sST -ilo, on h-iud, a I:uve utock of Floor Oil UtotL
SfJ Ir ", 1 mmloUi, 1rjking (rJuf, ilatraffcit ar.tl
VtMxt, m vycux variety. All ot which will be soia verv
i r. ; i -t . . .
iuvv. uu ai.apxaimuc. p.pniiii ji. r.
FUitJUTtfRE. CARPETEfG. OIL CLOTH. &c
rpHE subscriber has just, "returned from the
POKNUUKE, CARPEI'ING, ic His Moct at ?&SS
iiresent coujists of almost everv article in bis litieot" busi-
nssi, and asextensive as any In the city. Purchasers would
do fcil to call, as iio H determined to sell lew forcahoron
time t.-rappivretl paper. A. l'ATTJiKSOA,
niarciu. College near Church street.
TRUHiCP, VAL1SE3, and CARPET SAGS.
"TT7'Khave,ju.-'tiecciveda!arge andlmeas- g?Si3r:j'
X Hjrtineul i.t Truuks, Oar,;et Bugs and KSlrfe
Valise, coni-smiff of Sole, lias; and KiprVl.
leather rrarelm? Trunks ind allies. ulouf SaxnnyTBrux
felli, Wilvvnand common Carpet Bags, wnich we wiilsellat
low prices. its. nuL.t,ia 4: i;u.,
iitli Corner of College and Union sis., Nashville,
(tut,',, .yjwe -Afcrt to Onrdinit VTarthwM.
TrTTOULI I inform the people of Nashville aud the ?ur-
Y .iimnaing country mat tie lias receniiy improved
and greadv entai-gwl his Marble Yard, and is now prepared
to lilt all itnici? in the marble line at t lie shortcut uotice and
.- ;i the most ftvur.ibSe terms for cash. He would call par
ticulnr atteniiosi tnliiscll selected stockof inonumei.ti.
BaotlsHMl tuaiits. Uins, VaeA 'fimibs. Ac m'nvof which
aw of i!iepuret ltalbtn Mmble, and from the chisel of the
best L'inijean inators. jus arrangements arc now com
plete f ir furnishing all kinds of mat ble, either of his own
mannfacltire or imported. He has on baud a large qucnti
tv of Italian marbU'. in the rough stile, which he will sell
very low. Hiu.-e Furniture in Egvptian Marble of the best
q.uluy can be hail at his yard, lie hatters bnnseil that he
can liowcrve the public ouas aceoiumoilaliug terms as
any similar establishment ui the west A share of publb
patmnase is solicited. ImaOI.
P. S The attention of the lovers of t'joFine Arts is di-
rtcte-ltn my asrtinentof Slatuaiy. Thoy are of the rar
est and fioe'stquality, and of direct"importations.
jAJiaj Gwjvbu. w. i uoro.juNj
GE.EaiL AGEKCT AND UJTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
A'o. i Chtrrv Strfti, 4 Joirt from Lcujerkt,
GLOVER & BOYU,
(SCCCKmOES to willums i CUIVEB,)
WILL attend promptly to Buying, Selling, Leasing, and
Keutiur Real Estate, Bcying. selling, axd HikixcNe
gboe2h (;g"Weliavecomfortableiloomsand Cellsfortaking
care of Too Nejr.'es..;) Xegotiiting Loans, Buying aud
Selling -Storks of everv description, Collecting Debts iu any
p.irt ot tlie United States, ic, Ac Orders for Negroes at
tended to promtly.and inti-uction faithfully obeyed.
llarEKENCEs. -li'iv W B Campbell, Ex-Gov A V Bmwn,
l)r JoHu Shelby, Wheless A Uooson, Jianierf, Dyer Pearl
& Co., Jlariixrr.'W BShcpard & Co., Jtuntert, Co! V K.
Stevenson, t!rn5 R Audeisoo, (iuXur Bank ;f lennttue
"O Ewiug, Cwuer FUnlcrf Jlani, J B White, ifd--.it (Mum
crrx Ou-i'-l, T TSmilev, Vitrk Circuit Court, F IH'bcatbam
Olerk CiaiUy Vvart, 1) T Scott, jVti7, rille Inn, S M Scott
(Sty 114, It Bridges, Sucaiut, D Y Winston, Uhvm Hall
Oil Radius, Vtramah, f.b 2L
, - just RECEIVED
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY' IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT ol Black and Fancy CASSIMKKE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail s.des in Naliville.
Wc have abo a beautiful asoroneut of Black and Fancv
colored DRESS, FROCK, and SACK COATS, with a full
stockof Gentlemen's Furnishing Good- of the fiuest and most
costlv articles: such as GLOVES. SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quilitv.
Also Oaviesand Jones' SHOULDER SEA1I SUI11TS, of
diUerent qualities; UNDER SHIRTS aud DRAWERS o.
various qualities and material's. Gentlemen van depend up
on beingsupplied at aay time with good Goods and at rea
souible'jirices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
-street, near the Post Odice.
jinIO CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
BELL AND ERA83 FOUNDRY.
oySHOST, SEAR BROAD Si'HEET.
THK Subscriber respeeiluliv returns tils
p thanks U the public for iat favors, aud so-
COPPER AM) SHLhl 1 HO. 31 AAOr AOTUKiAtJ.
Togetner vritli every description of Metal; Turnings Metal
1c Packings. IJalbit Jietil and Castings.
Sia rou la, Genera ors, AlePumps, and Pumps of ctc
tv nvac.'ptiou maiiut'jCUireJ to order, or repaired at short
Oash will be paid at all times for old copper and brast
iiiueii lv 1. COLC.
."Olt ME ANU UOYS. Clotns, tjaM-inieros. Cot-
unlades. Dnllmcs, Mimu.er Liwtinc", Lisie iureail
Niirts. Lineiinad Mlk ShuU; Cr.ivatts, Pocket Uaudkcr-
chiels su cnor Lisle aud Cotton I lalf-llucs, Ac, Ac
Wc will tats great pleasure in allowing our stock, feeling
assured e will be able to olTer such indueeaieuts, as it re
eants sti ir aud z-titvn, as to be conceded by alL
Tu n- at . vv. a. a J. o. McClelland.
f' oOli.S VOll TKAVELLIVG UKKSSLS.
VjT A co.npletn assortment of the above Goods in store
Lticc tiood. Ate Fine Valcncicncs Ibices and In-
sortings, Ijicc Curtains, a latge lot of tans. Application and
Black Lice Mantles, Collars, Ribbons, Ac. Ac
msvio w. a. a J. o. McClelland.
JtlcCLttLI.AMU have in store a
lar lot of Embroidered Swiss Muslins, Hair Cord
Nuni-taik, Alull Muslins, very cneap.
R.eli Organdy Jliislius, Beragcsund Linen Cambric, very
chmp. may 19.
rpHUNUs, 'i'lTlTFfts We have in (SSTTnH
JL stoi-eafew extra Krench Sole Leather Mii -lij
it Sole Leatber, Steel Springs;
S3 " "
" For I adie. and Genl'm
store, f.fi Ccllcsc street, near the
OHIaClh! SIlHWS! SU1HTS!! Wc have Just
v lvcjived another sutndy of ilyoiw' PatentShoulder-seum
Shirts with and without collars, all narrautej to lit and to i
be made of the best materia'.. 1 or sale by
juljli ; MYL'BSAMcQILL.
T, j ,"T tlO.M-;. Justrrwivcdnn assornnciil of Imll
ti h'-c of silk, cottou and twilled thiesd. For sale hv
ialvis MYERS & MeGILIi. '
O I'lain and willi Fancy Uirders.
For sale bv
Q HO I'L UEK BH ACES.-Just uteived a uewslyle
O ,j Shoulder Braces. For sale by
Ti,,lrl3 MYERS k McGIEL. ;
"irtUrrHING CAVS. Another lot of Rathiug Caps.
JL'5 iReived and for sale by MYKRS McGLLL,
liulies'and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, NoJ6,'CoIleg
itSSlSo & CLACK,
Commission aud Forwarding Merchants,
CottoK aud Tslsacso Ptctsrs,
Carn.fr of QoCtyt and Cittreh tlrifU, Xa&viUc.
COFFEE 200 bags Hio; 50 bags,Havana;
50 do Laijuyara; 60 do Java.
CIGARS-'-2f,000 Imp. Uavana; 18,000 American;
100,0000 Cuban's and Melee Cigar?;
CA1 DLES 80 joies tfperm and Star; ,
bmEfiii SUnne an Tallow: -
I J $
C0TT0X YARNS A lo' of assorted A'os. Osnnburs, su-
periot quality atnianulachirere prices;
FRD1T3 100 bx liaising, asaorted sizes; io drums Figs
50 trails Atnionds,- ottoxctaun,
rt5TT rv liarroU nni Ka'ftArrels Mackerel;.
75 liifs Mackerel; IS cases Sardines;
FLOCR-iOObblsGalliso; 175 Cincinnati; J
75 do St Louis Hamsoni;)
GLASS SQ3 boxes Window, oil .
125 4o Qt.,Pt, and Pt. Flasks;
-75 o. Flint Tumb era and.Goblets;
00 -do Sijuatt and Cap Jars;
90 DeiDijou?, Cve and three gallons;
IRON Tennessee aud Pittsburg, assorted siieSj -;
LIC10ORS 15 cases London Porter-quarts and puits,.
10 eas Scotch Me -
75 ban ela American and 1 French Brandy,
M do ,Appleal'. . -
im do .Afliiskv, various branus;-
M do .iroliand Gin; 3J do IJ.-E. Rum;,
25 do Wine, various kinds;
t aa An nWer Yinreir:
vrnf A?Sli 150bblsandJ bbls rcboiled atid & House;
KAILS ISO kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; -ISO
do Wheelinir. " "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 cases Tomatoe Catsup;
SITRAR 100 lilids Ijouisiana Suear.
100 ubls ot Jxiaisana riiuaaetpniaunisnea anu
Fulvtnsedr 25 uo Loaf ( Loverings;)
SPICES 10 bigs AUspicer -15 do Pepper;
10 ao uinger, itacoana gmunu;
SALT 00 bbls Katiawba; 250 scks linend coase;
133 sicks Uauj ana vo uoxes isoie sail;
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do FftncySoap;
SEKOS-43 banls Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, nssortea Dranas;
ex lioxes Jeiuiv Lind. snnerior article:
SUNDRIES Indiffo, Copperas, Madder, Olive OiL Lead,
rowaer o;i".. jaiu:. tuj, a, vj-u.
PaintcdBuctets, &c, &c
For sale low for cash by . PERKINS & CLACK
rg Liberal advanceSon consignments.
WANTED 100,000 ibs of clean washed Wool; (
100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
Tiri PrnittVAthers. Beeswax. Tallow and Ginscnc.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries
50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 burrcls Loaf Sugar;
Ml tin Cruslicd do; 10 do Powdereddo;
.tntnsivedand for ifflleby EDWARDS & HAUltla.
MOLASSES, SVRUi', &C--150 bbls Prime .Mo
'VI lasses: -0 bbls Suagr.House Molasses;
10 bbls uoiaen oyrep; v i-,t I'liIlM
piwH nd for sale bv LD tt ARDs &. HARRIS.
may 2i .
TrT?-rr.? .mo licra fipeen Rio CotIe:'
I ) 100 bis LaeayraCoffoe; 50 bags SC Jago Coffee,
do Java do, just received ana ior saia oi
EDWARDS & HARRIS.
ALT, JiAILS, &c 1.0U0 bbls Kanawba salt;
5iX tags Fiue aud Coarse Salt;
fi&O- kecs Nails and Br.ids', for sale by
marts EDWARDS & HARRIS.
CIGARS. 2i',o0il Genume Havana Cigars;
100,000 Iriutation do do;
livi Ivit-s MMee Cimirs frrsilebv
mRy22 hD WARDS & HARRIS.
C-lANDLES. ao boxes White and Fjnoy Wax Candles;
J 20 do Sperm . . , ,- do;
200 I0 Star " do;
10) do Mould do;
For sale by may22 EDWARDS & HARRIS.
BBI5 No 1, 2 and 3 Mack- 60 chests Tea, Imperial,
uiacit ana imponucr;
50 bbls Vinegar;
5 do White Wine Vinegar,
100 boxes Soap;
50 do Starcli;
60 bbls Loar Sugar;
0 do Crushed do
- 10 do Pow'd do,
3 tierces Dried Beef,
lOObojCs Chewing Tobacco,
100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel;
25 do Salmon;
100 bxs scotch Herrings;
0 cases Sardines;
100 bX3 M R Raisins;
20 do Layer do,
50 qr bxs do do,
5 tierces Rice,
20 frail-iS S Almonds,
15 bags S S do,
25 sscks Pecans,
i0 do Cream Nntr,
2 cans Prunes,
5 do Citrons,
2 casks Currants,
10 cases l"ie Fruits,
20 do Piclilcs,
50 casks Curb. Soda,
10 bssrs Pepper,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
S do AUpice, ' .
10 bags Ginger,
20 do Pine Apple Cheese,
10 boxes Ur rentier.
Hent's Water Crackers, 20 cases Toughson's Bit
15 do Pepper Sauce,
25 cases Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Syrup,
200 reams Wrap Paper,
100,000 Coiks, assorted,
20 do Smrar Crackers,
20 do Soda do,
10 do Picnic do
60 bbls Water and Butter
With a cicat variety of other articles, for sale by
may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
TYiVANDIES, WINES, Ac 2oqr casks' fine Bran-
9ft du Branilv Cherries.
10 hf nines do do
2 puncheons Irish WhiskT,
1 T' II
25 K do do do
6 casks old Madeira,
5$C Sherry, '
50 'hi do Port;
60 S Malaga,
50 Baskets Champagne,
Mumm's Fleiu- de Selley
Anchor, Boncbe, & other
25 cases Cordials,
SO do Claret Wines,
20 do Muskat do.
In store and for sale by
li pipes pure iininmu uni,
1 hhd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Croix 'do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky,
50 do D D Country "do.
20 do Penn. Rye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 caskstiondon Porter,
100 bbls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
20 cases Newark Cider,
EDWARDS & HARRIS.
-50 Hbls No. 1 Lard Oil, for sale bv
EDWARDS & HARRIS.
JIcCEEA Ac TERRASS,
Comer of Broad and CoUege Streets, ITashviUe, Tcan.
AgcnUfor South' PiiUlurghand Wheeling, X X ' X, and
PALE ALES. PORTER & BROM'N STOUT.
HAVE now in store the following, which they will sell
at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added) to-day:
125 Bbls GW Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summer use;
150 " Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;"
100! do do for family use;
20' Casks Botlled do;
may22 ly n. c.
UGAR AND 310LASSES 175 hhds I'rime New
75 bbls Loa", Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
150 do Reboiled Molasi-es;
100 6 bbls do; 2u kegs Gulden Syrup; in store
and for sale very low, for uasu or J'rootice, by
. lT.flUL' '
McCREA & TERRASS.
"tOFEEE, FLO UK, OANHLES, Ate 600 bags
J Kio Coubb; oO do taguara do,
200 bbls Sup Flour, various brand1!;
100 boxes, boxes, and J4 boxes Star Candles;
75 do Summer and Tallow Candles;
CO do Dnvles Superior Soap; 70 do Starch. For
sale very low, by may21 McCREA & TERRASS.
ITTON.NAILS, C-ATIKGS, STEEL Ar AXES.
ISO Tons Rolled Iron, warrautcd;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
900 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsbuigh Castings;
5000 lbs English Blister, Crawley and Cast steel;
2u Boxes Axes. For sale, by
may21 McCREA & TERRASS.
IQIIORS. SK pipes Brandies, some very fine; .
1 Cask pure Holland Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puncheon Irish Whisky, very fine;
25 Casks Port Wine; 6 Casks Sherry;
10X do Tenncriffe;
25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and quarts;
80 Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky;
33 do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
60 do Copper distilled Whisky;
CO do Munongahela It. e do; GO do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; " 10 do N. E. Rum;
35 do Sn eel .Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib
eral terms, by maygl McCKEA & TERRASS.
'pOBACtOAND 4JLGARS. 25 boxesLanghorn
X and Annistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Fergtison's do;
80 bfxcs iluscodam loDacco; 00 licnmcKy 00;
60000 Havanna Cigars, various brands;
50ou0Mela Cigars; i'0000 Cuba Sixes do;
maV21 Mc JUEA i TERRASS.
Alr 14HO Bdirs fine Salt
O 11U0 Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale low by
may2'. McCKBAA TERRASS.
UNDKlES. ft Ban els Brimstone; 2D do Copperas,
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
5 do Alspice; 2, case Indigo;
CO cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, :l casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
4W Bags Shot, assorted; 0 Casks Soda;
60 Boies of Jenny Lind and Quart Flasks;
100 do Pint aud Half Pint Flasks;
2il0 Gross Mason's lllacking;
IOO.oOo Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
900 Lbs. Dried Beef; 4ou De-nijohns, assorted..
The above will be sold very low at the corner' of Broad
and College sheets, by McCREA k TERRASS.
mav21 8 a.
Fit EMI HKCEIFTS,
BY NICIIOL - PEACOCK
WII ITE LBA T). rOO kecs Schoontnaker's celabrated
Pure White Lead, dlrectlrora the Manufacturer.
,p SO. KICHOI. ft PEACOCK
FLOU It . 200 bbls White Wheat Flour,
SO.'' do star .brands, do do
ap ?3. . NICIIOL & PEACOCK.
AlMiNS. 30 bo:
:es Fresh Haisens.
MCHOL & PEACOCK.
OI'KTEKS. 50 boxes Koclnson s weniz's ceieDratou
snie'd Ovaters, put up in Glass Jar.-; warrxtited to
keeTn any climate. N1CHOL St PEACOCK.
LAtiUlUA CO'rFiJK. SOhagsLagurlaCoiroe prime
S3 do Jaiadca do .
np. M. JilCHOL & PEACOCK.
CarsilKW RrOAIt. Ubbls Sn;rar.
NICHOf. & PEACOCK.
TH.LirV SEEU. SOObiieh'ls Millet heed frtsb.
. . . NICBOL & PEACOCK.
1 j uutv j.-. uueii hoaxer nrooms.
TIED COKDS AM l't.olH;
U dozen supenoruouon iea ioas nrni Plonh Line.
rpA". 30 bbls
NICHOL ft PKACOCK.
.1 T1EKCE 50-
Sugar FU,Jut received by
DAVIS & SWAXHT
GUOCJiKIES, &c, &c.
HHDS N O. Sugar; '20 bags Gov. Java Coffee;
OU 200 bags Rio Coffee;
uo lag do;
50 barrels Alo'.asses;
80 barrels Loaf Sugar; ,
TlOOIPackaces of Mackerel
ill boxes Ull. ao;
ID barrels Crushed do;
10 "'d6v,Powdtred Sugar,
120 do Clarified dO;
00 boxes Stcarine Candles
50 do Star do;
80 do Starch;
50 do Soap;
5" casks extra cured dried
CO barrels Cider Vinegar;
200 kegs Nails,-all sixes;
60' boxes Chewing Tobacc, -different
10 boxei best Smoking To
bacco; ' -
0b Chests and.boxcs Green
and Black Teas;
SJin barrels1 Ittlf barrels
j 'Suartef.and kite
23 boxes Seotcl UerrinESf
' 20Q Uaanisters toosters;
il2& boxes, 14 DXS antl K
-10 barrels Almonds;
Ty 6, do Pecan A ut;
2 do Cream Huts;
2.jdo Ens'. Walnuts:
JflO Casks Car Soda;
fi'baSsAlspice; ; "
With -numerous other articles in the trrocerv line, and for
sale low for cash or cood paper bv t
rpiNE URANDIES, M'lNES, Arc, &c.
J?' 20 pipes pure Braudv, different brands! '-
94 co iupenor uo.oid;
do suiierior do old: :
50 baskets Champagne, dificrent brands; . -
s quancrcasES .Madeira lime, old ana tine;
20 do do do;
4 do Sherry do fine;
5 do fine Fort do;
20 do good do do; " ,
10 bbls Pure S M Wine;
2 pipes Holland Gin;
2 casks Jamaica Rum;
10 boxes assorted Cordials; - .
23 do Claret Wines; , .
C do CuracoaAbsvnthe Maraschina;
100,000 Imported Havana Cigars;
50,000 "Domestie Cigars; for sale by,
i - ri i5 riTTr a rrir if I- nn
500 bbls recfd Whisky;;
100 bbls D. Distilled WhLky, superior;
10 " do old Rye Vhisky, Pure;
50 do N. Y. Pale Brandy;
. i, 1 V. T? 1 '
N K Kum;
for sale by,
E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
QUGARS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old
150 bbtsrehoed sugar Kichland uetining;
25 do S. It. Loaf Sugar;
20 boxes D R Brookliu Loaf Sugar;
20 bbls Crushed do' do do;
20 do Powdered do do do;
Just received and for sale low for cash bv
apl E S CHEATHAM 4 CO-
T?LOUR! FLOUR!: We haveiu store 500 bbls
JL Flour, fresh ground and w arranted good.
Also. 200 bblsatLouis Jtill, 7U0 bblsLigan Mihs,
500 do Mason's Red River. 600 do Orendofl's.
All choice brands, which we offer to the trade at low
rates. ianS E S CHEHTHAM & Co.
ft LASSWARE. 200 boxes Quit, Pint, and Half Pint ,
30 boxes quart boltlcs;
50 boxes ass'd tumblers;
oo Doxesurs gallon, nail gallon and guart;
2 casks fine decanters. For sale by'
de;5 E S CHEATHAM & Co.
Bags Green Klo I'offoe;
10 Hogsheads Sugar;
50 Bbls. Kebolled Molasses;
S3 Boxes fatm soap;
00 Bbls. Plkos and Wihhlres Whisky.
30 do Domestic Kracdy and Oln;
5 do S. At. Wine;
50 Bags assorted Cotton Yarns;
2 K Pipes Old Cog. Brandy;
400 Hags fine and Coarse Salt;
500 Bbls. Kanawha do.
2t)0 Kegs assorted Nails; ,- .
25 do Wrought Spites. '
30 Bbls. No.: Kosln;
10 do TAR;
:od Bbls. Ohio Flour;
25 do SI. bonis, do;
20 Bales Oaknm (Heiap.)
10 Reels do (Cotton.)
10 Bblt Lard Oil;
0 do boar, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
4 Chests Jenkins itCo.'s Teas;
23 Colls ManellaRopc;
500 t's Cotton AVrappipg Twine;
50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread;
25 do Butter,Sodaaud Boston Crackers;
Together with. Indigo, Madder. Allspice. Ginger. Blsck-
lne. Ma.tard. Almonds. Cream A'uts. Star and Tallow Can.
dies, Dried Beef, Brooms, Demltohna, Starch, Soda, Ground
bplcos.Ckc. in.nore anaior sale dt
K. STEWART & CO.
bin 1CWIIIJ t'l- FLUUU.-50bngs very line Pills-burgjBucku-hcat
Flour, ra,ceived and'for sale by
decs. K.BlUWAKTiX i;u.
I iramnerrie.-5 BbU received and for sale, bv
J dee. 5. R. STEWAKT& CO.
rpORACCO. 150 Boxes Keen & Co, Stony Mill's To-
60 Boxes Keen & Co., Suncured Tobiicco;
150 do SlubbleScU do;
100 do Boax do;
150 do Godwin's do;
For sale by jan3 W. n. GORDON & CO.
t L ASS V ARE. 200 Boxes Pint Flasks; i
j luo uoxes yuan do;
500 do Tumblers, assorted lorsale by
W. H. GORDON i CO.
CIGARS' 5 Cases LasTresMareas Regalia Cigars;
J a cMestA national do - do
5 a Jenny Lind do do
Wandering Jew do do
Spotted Uathedral do do
li riel do co
Monte Cristo do do
60.000 Days Melee
For side by jan3
W. IL GORDON 4 CO.
BIGS Rio Coffee;
40 hhds Susan
10 Hit 10 iir.20 Kits do;
75 Bbls Molasses;
125 Illf. do;
120 Bbls Kt Louis Flour;
100 do Cincinnati du;
15 Tierces Rice; :
25 Boxes, 25 half, 23 Qr. ltaULns; - '
250 Drums Figs;
150 Beams. M . Paper;
100 Boxes Tobacco, varlnas brands; ,
250 Bbls rectified Whlstey;
13U do Domestic Brands;
135 do do Gin;
125 do do Wine; . -
125 Bbls Old Bnnrbon Whiskey;
25 do old Jlonongehala do;
10 do " A". E. Kum.
50 Boxes Claret Wine. . " i 1
20 do Palo Sherry do. j :
5 Casks 31adcrla do.
And for sale low by
dee. 11. J. C. FRENCH ft C
SOOA WATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, draiclnj and boltMiiff, of the latest and most ap
proved cunsinicuoii, manuiaciurea and ior sale, wun ex-
pucit primed direetionsioritsuse. by
CO USER Or FIRST AVENCE AND RKCT.
Opposite Bellevue, New Yore
The only establishment deroted cxcluavely to the manu
facture ol SOD A WATER MACHINERY, Ac, in the United
Sta'es, and where may be found a large assortment of every
article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac
ian zi Jim fcSTABtisurn iiO . eaks.
O U7f DRIES. 100 kejrs Nails, assorteil sizes.-
O 50 boxes Langhorn Armstead's Tobacco, very su-
20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 cross ofbox Matches;
A few barrels of that same old Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment of
wuwriics, ul. wuoiKsme ur reuui, ai 40. za, iwiee street,
opposite sewance House niayuj It r . lltiili.
TMSSOLUTION. The firraof Ben.M. Noel A Ban
XJ was this day dissolved bv mutual consent O. F.
NOEL having sold his interest in thestock on hand, will
pay an debts due by ine latenrm, and most respectfully re-
quesis muse uiuuuieu louiem to can ana seme up.
may31.1853. BEN M. NOEL A BRO.
NEW FIK3I. BEN M. NOEL A- A. TYLER having
bought out the entire irterestof O.F.NOEL in the
1 : 1 .1 it. t . 1 ..... 1 1 . 1
uusuiess ui ieii. ni. iui-i jiiti., anu taKen ineir 01a stand
at the corner of College and Spring streets, will continue to
do a General Grocery and Commission Business, uuder the
style of Bex. M. Noel Ai Co.. and would moat respectfullv
I .i..;.. -.li" . , , r 1- 1 .1. !..' .1 -
1 sonciLa can iroiuour 01a inenos ana me puouc generally.
1 mnyai,ib5a bk ji.zvokl slo.
Q UNDRIES. SIHibgs prime Rio Coffee,
xJ 100 barrels fresh r lour,
100 hhds fair to ch'cc Sugar;
200 bbls Reboilod and Sugar
100 half bbls do;
100 bags Fine Salt;
100 " Coarse do;
500 bbls No. 1, do;
600 kegs Nails;
50 doz Painted Buckets;
50 bxs Cuba-six Cigars;
60 do Melee do;
15 bags Race Ginger;
10 do Pepper;
100 bxs Glassware, assort d;
100 hbls Vinegar;
50 bbls Walter's Ale;
20 barrels Loaf Sugar;
20 do Powdered do;
100 Demijohns, assorted;
5 tierces Rice;
6 ceroons best Indigo;
15 ban-els Soda;
50 bw Cotton Yarns, ass'd;
25 do Crushed do.
In stote and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
T IQUORS AND TOBACCOS. 000 bbls Sam,
XJ Hale's Rectified Whisky;
J00 bbls Deau's Rectified Whisky;
40 do Old Mouongahela do;
60 do Brown's I) D do;
60 do American Brandy; 40 bbls S. M. Wine;
25 doNEKum; 25 do Port do;
3 half pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 pipe Irish Whisky;
50 baskets Champagne, assorted brands;
40 boxes assorted Brandies;
2pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
50 bcxes Giis Jones' Tobacco;
SO do Fennell's do;
25 do Peter M. Boaz's do;
20 do Young A Burrill's do;
20 do Allison's do;
25 do Peter M. Eoai's Gold LeafTobacco;
10 boxes Phenix Tobacco; 10 boxes B. Daily's Tobacco;
20 do Missouri do; 10 do Enders do;
10 do Sam Wool's do; 5 do Reed A Nash's do;
10 do S E White's do; In store and for sale by
junel BEN.M. NOEL A CO.
C3UTCHFISLD K0TJSE, FOBJECRLYGRIFITINHOIISE,
TniS well known Hotel situated within a few steps
of tte passenger car landing of the Western and MJjM
Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of iW
Thomas Cmtchtield, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Hrvson and
Lady. Tliis House while under the control of Colonel J.J.
Grillinacquiredaveryliigh reputation as a first class hotel.
The present proprietor having secured the services of Col.
Griffin's barkeetier, and having purchased his most excellent
cook afed house boy, and bavingfurnished the house entirely
aucw .hopes to retain Us high reputation and mcritpubltb
patronaee-Passengerscan be accommodated with an omni
bus to and from the beats. TH03. CRUTCHFIELD, 5
,-Jf Sf 2 b-i i
a dSb a a a a tcnS
Sift g fe-gf c-3 5
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
14 GABHIAGESn CAimiAGES!!.!
rpilK snbseribertakes this method ofretnratng his most
i- emcoro iukqu luuisinonusanu las puoiicgeiicraiij, m:
'the patronage be has already received, and would say to
them, that he no has on hand the JLai gest and. liest
assortment oi yyuku everenered minis marte;; irom ico
light TKOTTIri li KUJ.K.V to the Bneat CAKKIOLA UAtl-
Perions from a distance can rest assured of alway finding
something that will salt their tasto, "if tn the shape of a
kiaixe. an oi my own iuanoiaciure.
Carnage." i cave me dcm worKBicH 10 ao my
IVorU. ualland see mv assortment.
N. B. I am brenared to hntld Wort to order ashort no
tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will
sell or ropair ai as tow a price ai any gooa ouuuor.
f nDU. DIjUAII.
ly; 14. Lower Market Streat.
rpu rilK Jl'UltlvIC. THK sabscriDer
besrs leave to state that he still carry on
the COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS,
lit lit Aid fltjtnd nnN'nrth Mi rfrt kt.lwo QOOrs
below II. & 11. Dooglass,& Co. Keeps constantly on nana
a large and well assorted stck from a light Buggy to a tar-
Thantfal for oast favors, he most respectfully solicit, a
contlnuatlon.hoping by cheapness, durability andgood worlc-
manrnipio merit yoar patronage.
jan X ly. uiiu u. i.y
Just received Materials for making 500 Bonnets.
Plain Hats,S) 00. llish f ull iTimmed I'ar-
is Flower, 7 to 8. The Finest Materials
and Superior French Tramming:;
likewise a large Stock of 1,000
' ' Rich Fancy SiVc Crape and
,' Late Paris styles of -
Blond Iice and
Gossmar Lace and Straw Bonncts,and Paris MiUih-
ej3 1 in all its New, novel, Beutiful and Ex
If" tniisite StiAes. of Materials.
AUK Sloes is now ian &au complete, mactng as men.
i,r?e audse'.ect stock as any MUiLerv establishment in
the United Stater, and as regards prices, we de ly com
petition. Alter being 3 years established tn business In
Nashville, and doing nearly the whole of the Fine Trade
or Town and country, giving us a large sale ior
Honneis una l'tiuincrv uoaas.
We can and will sell 25 to 30 per cent, loner than odv
hoasoin the city. Having Ladies from Paris an t the East
to make np Fancy Bonnets, we are prepared to turn ontaa
line Jlllllnery as ai any pan 01 ineworia.
ITp As 1 Intend visiting Paris this Summer to purchase
a Fall Mod or Ai:innery, 1 win givegreaia crgains 10 reuueo
nnr Stock bv the last of Mav.
Rich Paris Flowers, Ribbons, Lace and Needlework, Km-
brnlderled Black Lace Mantillas. A very extensive stock of
Children's Hats, f ancy boons, etc.
N. B. Gossamer Lcce Honnots altered to new shapes
in superior style, having the only new shape Blocts In the
ciiywe can make them good as new.
Trp Don't lorget tho hoinvno. 40 union Stree ,next to
the Slate Bank, as you may save 25 or 30 percent in prices.
my. 3 ts. isr., Aeeni.
i'Alt ICliEAiC NO'l ICE.
atHE co-partnership heretofme existing under tho name
. and stvle of MOSES ft SON, is this day dissolved. AH
debts due the Firm must be naid to L. Moses.
The undersigned will not ba reponslblo for any debts
contracted, by any person or persons, without an order from
Illf . u. ... L.. . I.
VERY THANKFUL for the liberal patronage extended to
him torthe Inst 13 yars. rcspectfnllylnrorms his friends
and the pnblic, that hebas niadearrangemenis to enanga
his present business, and will dispose of his present Stock
of FURNITURE very low for CJISIT, consisting ofeveiy thing
necesiotry tur House-Keepers-, ranor rnrnuure in sen; aia-
hogany and o Her inairs; invans; .vurois anu plain lieu
reaus: Eook Casaes. Fine Sideboard ; liedsteadsof all des
criptions: Tables; Presse-; -Mattrcsies, aud a large variety
ur rarnunre ot an oecnpiions.wuicni am aeiermineuio
tell for less than any other House in the City. Call aud satis
fy voursclves. L MOSHS,
. - -. in. ir v.. in e.lln... .1
-iaS.lt 1IIK, AUi, U 11. .ill. 19. KMilCCQ Ofc.
Viilmible 1'arin for Sale.
I WISH to sell the Farm onwbichl reIile.5if miles from
Nashville, on the main Lonistille and Gallatin Turnpike,
containing about 280 acres of good Land, one half of which
is cleared and in a high state of cultivation, and thtother half
- of wood land, good water as there is in the country, and plen
ty or it. Ihe Improvements consists oi a large ana comino
dlus Dwelling, Kitchen, Wash-room, Smoke House.ristern,
Ice (loose. Negro Cabins, Spring Hoose, Barns, trihs, ftc.
Also a tine orchard of 12 acres with every variety of frolt tres.
. The Louisville Railroad, and also the Cincinnati and per
haps the Henderson will inn within a few rods of the place.
ills seldom so desirable a residence ana arm as convenient
to the city, is offered fur aale. and as I am determined tosell.
those n if h ing to purchase will do well to make early appli
cation. Possession can be given st any time by the purchaser
buying my growing crop. 1 will if desired sell all my stock
or any panto the purchaser, also moat of my household fur
niture if desired.
Applytome on Broadway.or to R. w. Brown, agent, of
ffice .No 63 Cherry street, up stairs, and either of us will show
the farm, ftc, to any one wishing to purchase.
ap. 12 If. A. W. JOHNSOM.
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
M AitKET ST., OPI-OSlTKJOmcSOX A UORXE's TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
Marble Wareroomi at the old stand Cvrntr 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 tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap a it can be done iu any of the Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner -f Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may Le seen which will enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is the best method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Ecast Tenness.ee
Also, a fine xssorlment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or in the rough state.
A large assortment of Moncmects, Tottns, Baptismal
Focnts, Uhn-s, Vases, Gakoe-v Fiovrks, Grave Stoxis, Ac,
carved and lettered to order. FritxiTL-RK 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 Mantsls.
of every description, plain or carved. Uciloixu Sto.ve, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left at my Ware-Rootnsonthe corner of Spring
and Summer streets, -it-ill meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to fheir interest to call and ex
amine my stock" before purcliasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customcrs for their liberal patronage, I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT. Ao. 11, Cedar Street, jive dtrtfrom tlie 1'uUic Sj'jare,
iir iibitb may oe inunu a cnoiccaim wen selected
VV stock of Cloths, Casirueres and Vestings, all
of which will be made tin to order in the most Fash-
inn.ihle Stvle and at as short notice as can be done m anv-
city in tLe Union, and at prices to suit the times.
Ready dlade Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A tine assortment of Men's Eurnishiug
Goods: Silk-and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stock3,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
JgrGarments cut at tne snortcf t notice, l'lease call and
examine, mr 5 THOS. J. HOUGH. A
THE undersigned would respectfully in
form their triends and the public that
they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, No. 34,
Deaderick St., where they intend to carry on UOACU 31 A tv
INGta all its branches. We will keep coutantIy on hand
an assortmentof Carriages, which we will dispose of on
reasonable tcnn3. 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 us will be warranted to be of the best
workmanihip and mattrials.
3-BI.ACKSMITHING. Everydescription of BLACK
SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal
KSSTHORSE SHOEING. We have in our employ experi
enced HORSE SH0ERS, and the pnblicmay relyon gett'r
theirhorsesshodin the neatest manner. All workerl rt i
to ourcare will be under the immediate supcritlld tx c.
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 patronage.
. tin 1 . I . CITTTTTl TTTIT
rub 2 lr vjiv.-xai & mir.r 11 ciiwi.
KENTUCKY iOLITARY INSTITUTE,
DIRECTED by a Board of isitors appointed by the
Sinle is nndrr tho Supcrindcndcnce of Col. R.
T. 1'. A LLK2i, a distiuguisnea graataie 01 n lai 1 uim
and a practical Engineer, aided by an able faculty.
isr that usually taught ij the best
Pnllon. xrithihe nrlilitifin of an extended course of
Matheinatiei. National Science, andThPoretic and Pracilca!
nfthe Institute will be entirely refitted, and
arrangements made for heating them with . steam before the
opening of the ensuing fall-term, which wi I render the In
in regard to health, convenience.
and ngreeableness of residence, as it is already in thorough
ness of instruction and strictness of government
The seventh annual term will open on the second Monday
in September. 1353. Entire charge $ 100 per semi-annual
session, (surgeon's fee 2extnt) payable in advance-
. , 1 ' V- ft.. t fit "Alllltnrr Institute
Address me oiuieriuicuuciti, -- 4 -
Franklincounty, Kenhtckv "orthe W"-.- ,
loiuisville Journal. St Louis Republican, Pittsburg Gazct-
ie, Nashville Republican Banner, Nashville union, and
i' u:- ir-io ...til nnMUh in city and country issues, to
me amount of 820 and send biUtothe Superintendent at
thelnstitufe, - jaiy-MW ul
ft i - o a
DRY GOODS, &0.
Spring Imports, 1S53.
ANDRinV J. DUNCAJf,.
HASnowm'slore afuUsfock of BRITISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMERICAN
adapted to the present and approaching season, and to which
Will comiuuo J cwic uuu.mv mj c.cajt OLCiVliiCl '
Black and colored Silks;
Fancy Dress do;
French Printed Lawns;
- ranhr tt ana piam awiss;
Muslins and Lawns;"
Embroideries and Laces;
Linen and Silk llilkfi;
Satin and Silt V es tings;
bilk and baun Itibbocs;
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Kremlins. Chambrv. Camlets.
Fancy Prints, Black Prints, English and French 4-t Chinfr,
Bleached and Brown. Mush'ns, Bleached and Brown Drill
ings, Cambrics, bilk and Linen iiTeads, spool Cottons, 4c
New Style Bonnets. Ribbons. Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac,
fiats. Caps, Boots, Shoe and a general slock of Goods,
which he is prepared to offer at the lowest prices upon libe
ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of merchants
and the trade generally.
l. is uscui ior several lartro lactones,
nr.ii will soon be largoly supplied with their
oods. Aashyille, Feb. 25. 1858.
Kich Sprtngr Goods.
w. a. & j. g. McClelland,
. No. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE. NASHVILIJ2.
A RE receiTinc- and now ooenin? their Stock of SPRIN G
J AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in exlent and variety,
it is decidedly the most attractive they have ever opened.
Theywould call the attention of purchasers to the following,
with many ouier uoous not enumerated :
aiiuii jjuejo uuulks.
Plaid India Siiksr - -
Delicate Summer Silks;
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Berages, "
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered Brilliantes;
Rich Organdy Muslin3 ;
" French Chintz ;
French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents;
Valencienne Laces and Inset-tings. StarPoint Laces. Va
lencienneand Muslin Collars, Cnffs and Dimity Bands. Jac
onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mourning
anu iraveung sonars.
LINEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Irish Linens. Linen Sheetings. Damask Table Linens and
Nankins. Fine Bird's Eye Diaptr. Huckaback and Medicated
Towels, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
sheetings, Bed liciangs, otc, xc.
Tho mosl beautiful Sprins and Summer Mantles ever
opened In Nashville Also, Silk forJJantles.
Mall Nansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace-
netts, JJotted Swiss Jiusuns.
iiyjj l , niuui.io, io.i?, a&
Ttliie unrl Whit. S?i1Ir Hnie Thr1 ami Vnoltah fVittnn
Hose, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, 3litt3, Kid Olovcs.
Alnacas. Chal'.eys. Black and Plaid Silks. Black Crapes,
Berates. Gin?hams and Mnslimr. blue Rent Silks, without
lustre, JtourniDg tonars. and Sleeves.
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Cloths, Cassimeres. Cottonades, Drillings, Summer Coat'
rucicei iianoKercnieis, sinpea usue ana touon nan
Hose, Ac, Ac
Wc will take great pleasure in showing our Stock, feel
ing assured we will be able to offer such inducen-ents, as it
regards style and prices, as to be conceded by alL
w. a. a j. g. McClelland.
Vashville, March 29.1S53.
S r n i n (i
T li A D E
T n 0 31 P S 0 N & CO.
NO. si, Public Square. Nnailivillr,
HATE received their New Goods, and canassnre their
friends that they have never opened a spring stock
so attractive they woald call particular attention to their
Rich Drc;i Goods
Piiln Shk drab and Fn'y Colon. Plain Bcrege, all colors,
Rich Fig'd Bareges, Silt Lavender col's,
French Orgaadies, " Apple Green-'
' lawn. " " lalaa "
Challeys, all colors, ' lSOOi.isPlaldlnd'.aSk'a,
fnnaniiror Kots,s Klcn antit'a Kiics,
Evening SiKs, Bit Satin Xatlonal,
Erilal Dresses, Hit Gro da Shine, ;
2U)0 yards very fine and shear Pri&tsd Linen Cambrlci s at
A great bargain cr.O yds (old rasnloned) urao ana Lead
col'd PoDgees for traveling Dresses. Jaconets, Jfain sooSs,
India dimities, Swiss and French Muslins, Cambrics, Hair
skirls. Hair and Grass cloth for Skirts.
T ACi;;iMl . Valencltines, lloriton and Kmhrolu'd
jLo" Musketeer Collars, ChemHetts and Sleeves, Swiss and
Jaconet Embroideries. Financings, Dimity, bands Richly
EinLmidcrcd skirts, Bit tace Veils, VaUncieniu, liuglUli
and imitation Laces ftc.
M ' AST I t.IiA. Splendid Silk Mantles, all styles. Ap
plique Lace. Mantles Blk and col'd Black Lace Points
and .-cans, Velvettrlmed laco .Mantles All kinds of lace
sndsilk Goods for Mantles Corseuand modes of all kinds.
I.M lints, ifctJ. IrishTlneus, Linen Sheeting, Pillow
Linens, Table Diapers, Towelirgs, Merscilles Quilts,
Muslin and Lace curtains, Damasks, ftc.
AJUUltNirn; (IIU. Comb.izlnes. Mlk VtarpAl
1 pace, Ulkchally,ane de Laines, Wfdow'a cloths, canton
crapes, Berege de Lane, Furlard silks, Hdkfs, collars, etc.
fsCEI.I.AIVi;rj5 -Paraols, shades, splendid
Fans, Ribbonds, Dress Trimmings, Kid Gloves', Lace
Mitts, silk Gloves, kid cut. Bonnets Misses Leghon fiats, best
make of English silk and cotton Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents'
IZK AN1 llOl'W W I'.Alt. Claths, cassimeres,
Vestings, co'tanades, col'd Linens, Linen Drilling.
Frcnhh Liniinschina sit coating. Drab de etc, and summer
clnths of alt kinds.
Domestic Coodsofall kinds fcr servants, Prints chintzes,
Glnham", Berege de Laines-
Wesoltcitan early call, as we are confident our atock
offers great inducements to buyers. THOMPSON ft CO..
mr. 19. No.21, Public Square.
MORE RICH GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
At ntcliot'-o Corner.
Tio 13. coaxiR or the SQraac aico Market st-
RECEIVED this day by expre-s, some very RICH and
1IESIKABLK DRESS GCODd to which I would cordially
invite the attention of my friends belrg confident they wi'l
be pleased both as regards styles and Prices,viz:
Extra Rich Paris Silk Tissues;
" Satin Plaid Painted Berages;
u BroUiie ltamas de Verei;
" Super White PlainSatm;
" Emb'd Linen Cambric): H.lkf
ct Paris Trim'd Valencienne Collars and Sleeves;
w " Vest and Meeves;
' " Collars:
And a great variety of other articles call and see.
ep 28. JAJItS AIL'IIUk.
No. 13, corner of Square and Alarketst.
C. ANDERSON & CO.
Fashionable Clotlilii;? Eiuporium.
Os JWarlct ttTtet,tppasite .Wazey, .WcCIure (7.
HAVE now in store one ofthepretticst assortments of Fash,
Spring and Summer Clothing
ever offered inthis marketbelng an entire new stock, having
the misfortune to have our laslsu miner's stock destroyed by
the tire, on Union st. Thankful for the liberal patronage
aeretoforebestowed on them, they1 earnestly solicit a con
tinuance of the same, and promise that nothing shall be
wanting on their pan to give entire satisfaction to all who
will favor them with a call. Our stock consists In part of
Black and Far.cg Cloth, Doe and Crape Cassi
meres, Drop D'ete Cassimeres, Linen, Alpaca,
Dress, Trick Sheaney Cassimeres, Satin,
irrass, ana iiacJc Coats.
Best of Black and Pancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valenceis,
Linen and Marselles, some of them beautifully embroidered.
ALSO a good assortment of
Youths and. Uoy, Clothing; Ilattj of
and style, amongst them some extra fine
PANAMA, BRAID, FRENCH, KOSSUTH ANDMAGYR,
together withovery article required for a gentleman's outfit.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting:, a line assortment, which
- ill be sold by thepatents or made up to order In the most fash
ionable style. Give us a call gentlemen, we think we can j
convince you this ia the place tobuy agoodarticlelowfbrcash. I
K. C. ANDERSON,
may H. STOSP.LAKB.
a THIS road now complete. It opens a communication bo- )
. tween Pittsburg and Philadelphia, orPittsbnrg and Balti- I
more. By which Freight from the west can reach an eastern
market n nicker and rhearier than bv anvof tho nrei nt rival
outes: they connect with tho daily packets at Pittsburg,
from St Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheeling, and all the
wiuut vua iwu ia iiiw n vuv u t. uiv,i,ji mou m l bat, iliv vio T c
land and Pittsburg Rail Road, and Ohio -and Pennsylvania
Rail Road at Pittsburg. Cars run through between Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia withouttranshipmcnt of freight, an advan
tage that can bo appreciated by all shippers.
In case of obstruction ef navigation by Ice or low water
freights westward can ba forwarded from Pittsburg to Cin
cinnati, or towns in the Interior by Railroad.
it vr fist or ficuii;iit
Between Pittsburgand Philadelphia or Baltmore.
First .Jills. Wmter Summer
Hit it. Rates.
Drv Goods. Books andStatlonary Boots.
lr loo lbs.
SI 75 cts.
Shoes, Hats and Carpeting, Furs and Pel
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, Ac. )
Brown Sheeting ft Shirting In Bales,"!
Drmrs Glass Ware. Groceries, exccr.t Cof-!
85 eta. 60 ctl
T, Hardwire. Hollow Ware, Machinery, f
Oilcloth, Woof, ftc. J
Butterin Flrtins ft Kegs. Candles. Cot-
ton, In winter, Q.Genware, TaBaw, i 75
Tobacco, in leaf or Manufactured, sst-r
warn, j cwc. q-c. j
Bacoc. Cotton (in summer,) CoSee,Lard)
and (jirdOil, (through) Pork in fall car- , 65 cts
i i ,. .. i- i
Get,. C. FraitcSscns.
. Freight Jgnt, rUtshnrr.
Freight .Igcnt, Philadelphia.
IGagr-riw ft KoniiH,
- - - Freight Agents, Baltimore
J. L. Elliott.
Freight Agent, tfo.7 ireit st.,.Y.y.
li. II. lloiihtnii,
Oen. Freight Agent, PhilxJilphta.
march IS, 1853 ly
THE STATE IHJTUAL FIRE IKSTIP-A'jCE COMPANY
OF PENNSYLVANIA. .
'Of.zeon Cedar 'etreet,oetr the MiUimI Protaiion Oficts.)
(ABSTRACT OF AKXCAL STATQIEXTS TO-MAT 1ST. 1S53.) -
Assets, May 1st, 1B.".2 - 209,010 61
Premiums for the year ending. May 1st "32
Interest on Ixjans, Ac
Guarantee Stock, additional to.above
Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, Ac,
to May 1st
Pinitill Mnir Is IflM . .
, 100,000 00
. ' 87,864 6I
The rapidly accumulatitig Capital of this Company is the
best guarantee of its entireirelubility- Risks" taken on the
most moderate termsC and losses adjusted 1 wdiinet here. .
4 JOHN -G.-FERGUSON? Agent -
Nashville, Mys23, lB6S-tt. - - ' '- ' 41
fTAHE Nashville and Chattanoogo Railroad
I Comnanr. and the Tennessee River 3L.M-!
unit TransDortatioa Comnanr. have adopted the-
following rates of TranSpottation on Freight between Nash
ville, Tenn., and the' various landings on the Tennessee
FROM NASHVILLE TO
nau,tonneu, urj i.oous
grerally. Cirars In boxes
.Wooden Ware, Light and
lioiiow ware, uasllngs,
Wool. Feathers.- Glnsenff
liroom.O ranges aadLeni
ona, Horse Collars,Stoves1
and Rtof e Ware, Teas,
Drugs la kegs and boxes,
Sadalery Candles, Con
fecllonaries, &c, jier 100
stcosD ULiss Migar,
Cofiefl. Slola.vses. Nails.
Tin Plate, Bar 'and Pig
Lead, Fish la barrels,
kegs, Kits. fte. -Window
. . . 1 . .
liias!, in isru, ojo
mestlcs, Hemp and Rags
In bales, Tobacco In box.
es.HIco, Hides, Bal Rope
BaggiDg, Cordage, Leath
er in rolls and bxs. Hard
ware, Glass and Queens-
ware fn crates and boxes,
Lead and faints in Kegs,
Clover Seed, Cheese,)
lanaies, oap, uuuer,
neeswar, una, cranuies,
Wines and other liqaors,
Varnish, Tarpentine, ftc,
per 100 lbs
imiD i.Lifs naeon,
Lard and Pork in tierces
A- K.. .. -i . n-- 1
heavy Castings, Grlni
Stones and undressed
Marble per 100 lbs......
Whisky, perbbl of 40gar.
Salt per bbl.-.
$1 5011 SO
1 OOr 1 30
Flour, per bbl,and Salt
Porter Ale, and Domes-I
tic liquors, per bbl pf4ul
- Lard Linseed, or other
Oils of Tennessee Manu
facture, per bbl of 40 gals.
Powder, securely pack
ed In casks orhogshnwls.l
Der 10O pounds. .........
Car bo; s. Mineral Acids,
(at uompanv'r eouven
Piano Fortes, boxed....
Cotton Gins boxed, and
rortabie Barrow's o r
Qu een of the Sou h Mil s,
Plows (assorted, and
8 50 8 50
REGULATIONS. CONDITIONS. AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs, will be in
variably charged as 100 lbs, rirst Class Kates.
All articles of unusual sizer weight, charged in propor
tion to the trouble and expense of handling and space occu-
Goods in Packages not secure or insuflicient'for the pro
'fection of contents, will bo transported only at owner's
All claims fnrdamaii-ps must be collected of the oartv de
livering the good, and claims for lost or missing goods I T YON a ESSENCE JA.MA1CA GINGER, for Dyjpcp
ma?t be made within CO davs from date of shipment, or they I Xu sia, Gout, Rheumatism, Cramp, CLoiera Morbua, Cholic,
will not be allowed.
The above Companies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils Liquors, or other Liquids, or for the Breakage of
Jugs, uemijonns, nn tans, or uarnoysoi jaquius, unless
they be securely I'acked in Wooden Cases with their tops
The following Articles will only be Transported at "Own
er sllist, as to Breakage, unanng, irosx, oieat, storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delava. vir
Mnfeutus. llmerl Marble. Glass and Chinaware. Green
Fruits, Tonib Stones, Bags cf Shot, loose, Demijons, Fur
niture, unboxed, Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of every description, Boxes, Ci
gars not Cased, Carbovs, Acids, Looking Glares, Musical
Instruments. Books an5 Stationarv. GJazcdSosh. Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and 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 than
TMnl r-!.irc R.t!et will llien be chareed at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low water arc entirely attheriitof
On Freight to Knoxvjlle, and all intcrmediMe points to
rhitfju-.n.ra Twent v-five ( 251 cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but in no cae is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention of Goods during or on account of
..Goods consigned to 0. W.-Andereon, -A gent,-N." A C. K
R.O, Nashville, will be received on thewlmtf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayago or
No Freight received on the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river
Furniture and nil other Articles not enumerated above sub
ect to special contract
Emigrants with their families and moveafclestak'en through
at Iw rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring inlonna
tion with regard to or connected with lliis arrangement will
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. P.. C, Nnsh
ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres, Tenn. River M.M. A T. C.,
H. I. ANDERSON, Supt N. & C. R. R. C
JiS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Teun. Biver M. M. A T. C.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN' CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. BV an arrmgement between tho South Carolina, aag--,
Georgia, M'estem and Atlanticand Nashville jj
and Cluittjnooga raihoads, goods will be brought ttrtft
through to NashviUeatthe following rates
Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
goods, per cubic foot 32
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery. Glass, Drugs. Con
fectiouaries, Camphene, Spirits Turpentine, in casks,
Ac, per 100 lbs. $210
All articles not coming under specific rates, as enmner
ated in tlie tariff of the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
at the Freight Agent's Office) per 100 lbs fl 25
Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent of
Nashville and Chattanonga Railroad Co, at Chattanooga,
and Agent of South Carolina R-iilroad Co, at Charleston.
Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam
ers at or about . 1 Sc, by propellers at 8c, and saifiDg ves
sels at from tic to 7c per foot
When tlie Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to ihe River, a farther reduction will be
made, of which due notice will be given
II. I. ANDERSON, Sutit N. A C. R. R. Co.
N. B. Tlie same difference will be made when goods are
fo be delivered at Decherd, Sbelbyville and Murfreesboro,
or other stations on our road, as is now made between
freights from Nashville fo Chattanooga, and freights from
the above txiinis to Chattanooga, under the arrangement
with tlie Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co.
june 1C tf II. L A.
NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
rpHROUGU by Pennsylvania and Ohio Ruilroads. Phil
JL adelphia to Pittsburg, Pa, Massillon, Woosler, Cleve-
! laud, Toledo, Columbus, Uinciunatt, Indianapolis, Lntayette,
1 Tene Haute, Chicago, and Milkaukie. Through by Railroad
; from Philadelphia to Cincinrnti in 37 hours.
I Shortest and qnickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the
! Great West Passengers will find this tlie most pleasant
j route to N. Orleans. Only $lltCincinuati; $12 to Louis
ville ; $19 to St Louis, Via Pennsy vania Railroad, an the
' following daily Sfcam Packets from Pittsburg: BuckeyeState,
i Capt M w Beltshoovcr, leaves Pittsburg Sunday; Iveystone
i State, Capt Charles Stone, leaves Pittsburg Monday; Alle
gheney, Capt Charles W Batcbelor, leaves Pittsburg Tues
day; Crystal Palace. Capt H Konntz, leaves Pittsburg Wed
desdav; "Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs
day: Pitisburg, CaptllugU Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri J
: day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts- ,
burg Saturday. jioaruingandlodgingounoardiueracKets
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, 2; Louisville, $3; St
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Pittsburg,
$9 50: Massiilon, $10; Cleveland, f 10 ; Mansfield and Crest
line. 811: Columbus. S12 65: Toledo. 513: Cincinnati, (via
Crestline.) $15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. R.) :
$ 13 25. To Chicago, aukegan, Kenosha, I1L, Racine, Mil-
waukie. Sheboygan, W i-cunsm, via Detroit and Michigan
Uentral iiailroad, tlS
j The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N. E.
Comear of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets
can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents of the State
and Columbia Railroad Lines.
The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M.
Through to Cincinnati in 37 hours.
The night Mail Train at 10, P. M- Through to Cincin
nati in 40 hours, including one night's comfortable rest at
The above line rasa through and stop at Lancaster, Har-
: I... t : tt .: j II li: i .1 1 i
...ou.-, aA.-.T.3.uwl., aiuiimisuou, xjuuiuaj siiuj, -win-
stown, urectmare, and intermediate places.
NSCE.h, rofW the Conminv will hold themsel
res responsible for personal baggage only, and for an amount
. l - . .1
not exceeding ?100. THOS. MOORE, Agent.
r-ennsvivama jvanruau jkk
The Columbia Kailroad Line lor llamstmrg, via Colum
bia and ail intermediate places, will leave the above station
BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT I The subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
m..ii : . T r . ... , .- ir..rl 1.- .,1- m tl-n
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing tilled at tbe short-
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing
l'ersnns purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if '"y BU0,
3. W. corner of Chesf nut and lOst, Philadelphia.
April 6, 1853 ly .
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
A. B. & C. W. ROBERTSON,
JT0.45, OOLimB .STREET, NASJJflflE
DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND
TRUNICS, t . .
ARE now opening in a new store at their Old rr
StiintI, an entire new and large assortment of &m
v.mfttcrt ltntiTS SHOES. GAITERS. BUSKINS IsW.
cud SLIPPERS, made of best materials, and in the lattet
I ityUtM. Consisting of a great variety, to which we invite the
attention or our lormercusuinicrs, am. ui,ii-i. goii
ly. Feeling grateful fo a liberal public Mr a long and liber
al patronage, we enter the trade again, hoping to please all
in qualitylnd price. A. B. A C, W. ROBERTSON,
liest Iron Frame Trunks and Carpet Bags,
THE CELEBRATED "GENIN" HAT, frrgentlcmen.
JOHNSON, HORNE Oc CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 0R0CER3,
Coianiiaian and Forwarding Her chants, and Starers of
.-i Cotton and Tohacco.
J Corner of Marltt ard 'Eroad'Stt ffathxeU. Jinn.
d- - - 'WrVwy
LEXSEED OIL. 5irt neb Linseed Oil Jttsirecmsje
and for safe by itigr STKETCU A OKK.
TAXNEKS' OIL.-acasas; Tann rs-' Oil of tlie test
quality. Received and' fof sale by
LARD OIL. 3 barrels pare Sweet and White Liit
OiL Just received and for sale by
Alg lir.lUl (X Vlltti.
SPERM OIL. H barrels best WmterSpeni OiL P.e
eeired and tor eale by ang7 STRETCn A QRR,
AROJIATIC SCHNAPPS-1 barrel Sheidhaai's
Aromatic Schnapps, (purs .Holland Gin. Just received
and for sale by angT STKI7TC11 . ORR.
PURE A1NES AND JBR AND Y.Lon donPort
Wine; Malaga Wine; Sherry Wine Sweet Mali iga Wine;
Jamaica Rum; French Brandy. Received and for side br
ohvlivU a. vim, w noiesaie ena retail druggists,
ang7 Corner Collega and Union streets, Nashville.
"13 EJiOVAL. STRETCH A ORR have removed
their sfock of Drugs. Ac- to the new and LmmP
Store House recently erected on the corner of College 14
and Union streets, (known as Fite'scomer.rwherethev .n
j- be happy to see all of their customers.
jnneas oTKETCH A ORR.
Received and fcr sale by STRETCH A ORK,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner
College and Union Streets.
SURGEON SPONGE. 10 lbs Fine White Surgeon
Spongefursale by july 24 STRETCH A ORB.
rAYLOR'S WASH BALLS. 12 doz. Tavlor'a
JL Crystalized Wash Ralls. Received and for sale by
july 24 STRETCH A ORR.
ENGLISH TOOTH BRUSHE25. 12 doz. Fin
English Tooth .Brushes, made from the best Russia
isnsties, wiucn are wan anted not to come out t or3a!e by
July 24 . STRETCH A ORR.
-Q LEACHED WHITE IV AA 1 box fine Blcach-
XI ed i hite Wax.
Received and for sale by
STRETCH A ORR.
WHITE BONNET GLUE 10 lbs bcstWhita
Bonnet Glue. Received and for sale br
july 24 STRETCH A ORR. Wholesale and retail
urnggists. Corner College A Union Sts.
' ' - TLQ. SC0VEL,
Druggist ami Apothecary,
.Koril. tide of tii I-ulUc Sovare, Zdoort Wat of LU
"Wiclesale and Retail Dealer ia
Paists, Bacsnis, PEHimtsr,
Powncn, Oils, Dn Srcrrs,
laser Abiioes, Shot, Vabjusiixs,
Glass; Glasswam, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL TvrrumfrvrQ
UTERO J.liDOXlXALSUPPORTERSand TRVSSE3
WASHITA OIL STONES,
Drugs, "Ulctlicines, Chemieals,&c.
EiuheiSe, March 11, 1864
I Cnn LBS. PRINTER'S IN K Winter, Sprinjr, Sum
XO)J merandFaUNews,ofthe best quality, forsalebr
IRESH GARDEN SEEDS, from Landretb, Risley and
Mhe Shakers, for sale by H. O. SCOVEL.
f RASS SEEDS, in variety, for sale by
H. G- SCOVEL.
LYONS KATHAIKON, forUie Hair this article ispop
ular in New York citr. ss an admirable nrnuntinn
and an e0ectna! remedy for baldneS3 and fallins-offof the
tt.Tf Mltamwi.ln w. ! : 11 1 P I
- .. v iiiun iiuuiuuui, reuucrjDgii sen; glos
sy, beautiful and prerentingits turnmg grey, tor sale by
luareui 1 It. U. StJOVbL-
Ac, Ac, which is one of the beat preparations of the day a
uwi iii wuiiviuce iu? iiicreuuiuvs, ior sate oy
marcnil It M. StUVAL.
a ALVANISM Christie's Bilt, Bracelets, Fluid, Rings
and Plasters, for sale by the only agent in Nashville,
marchll H. G. SCOVEL.
ANGHORN A ARMJSTEAD'S SUPERIOF. TOSAC
' CO, for sale 'Wholesale and Retail br
marchll H. G. SCONEL.
I IFLE POWDER Connecticut and Tennessee Ri2 Pow
Xi der, warranted best quality, for sale by
raarcb.ll IL G. SCOVEL.
"AT EATS FOOT,
Refined Tanner'!, Lard, Linseed and
JLx Castor Oib, for sale by
IL G. SCOVEL.
SMITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS, i Jit received and
for sale by marl I IL G. SCOVEL,
TEAS Black, Young Hyson; Imperial, Gunpowder, and
Extra Canons Black Tea. These Tea? are ol good
quality and liave given satisfaction, for sala by
marchll IL G. SCOVEL.
MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATI3
FACTION, AND CAN BE RELIED ON FOR THE
CURE OF THE DISEASES FOR WHICH THEY
R. J. S. ROSE is an Honorary Member cf the Philadel
phia Medical Society, and graduated, in lS-'A from
the University cf Pennsjlvania. under the guidance of the
truly eminent rroiessors rnvstcK, tnapmau, uinson, Coxe,
James and Hare, names celebrated for medical ecence
and having had daiiy intercourse and consultation with Lb oca
distinguished Physcians, respecting diseases of all kinds,
and the proper remedies therctir, and being solicited by
thousand of his patients to put np hi Il-eporation. be cow
offers to the public, as the results of his experience for the
past thirty years, the following valuable FaniJy Medicines,
each one suited to a specific disease :
DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIGO
Tne G reatest Diiovery in Medical science ! For all Nerv
ous Conditions of the System? Heart Disease and Nervoua
Complainls. The astounding and happyeffect of Dr. Rose's
Nervous Cordial, for Diseases of the Heart, Palpitation,
NumbnessNeuralgia. Nervous Tremor of the Muscles, Heart
burn, Flatulence, Pain iu the Face, Wakefulness, Restless
ness, orfor theIind or Body worn down by care, labor, or
study, Iras induced many physicians to use it in their prac
tice. For a weak constitution, it is a good restorer j it com
pletely remotes from the system all nervous irritations, and
is almost miraculous in its rapid and happy effect. The
weak and the nervous are frequently restored to perfect
health before using the bottle, liice 'fifty cents.
SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PCRIEE5R.
A valoable Spring Medicine for purify ing the Blood isto
be found in Dr. ROSE'S SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND.
This preparation is made of fresh Honduras Sarsaparilla,
and combined with otheringredients, to render it the very
best Blood Purifier'made. As a Spring and SummerMedi.
cine, or Drink, it is palatable, refreshing and medicinal: it 1st
aLo efficacious in enriching the Blood, curing all skin Erup
tions aud Diseases. Scrofulous Sores, Venereal Disease and
its bad effects upon the constitution. Dropsical Swellings,
Rheumatism, from Mercury, Bites, Old surca, Kidney aad
Dlad&r Affections, and raising up a weak and broken con
stilud n from any cause
Price, ?1 for quart bottles: 50 cents for small bottles.
TO ALL WilO SUFFER WITH ANY PAIN.
Do you suffer with anv pain If yon de, vonwillfind im
mediate telief by using Dr. Rose's Pain Cure.-. It is I he only
preparation which cures almost instantly Sore Throat,
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 use the Pain Curer. Safe to all sgesv in 12$ , 2 J
and 50 cent bottles.
All of the above Preparaf ions, with Dr. Rose's Medical
Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of
W. W. BEItRY A DEMOYILLE.
M. L-CARTWRIGUT. Nashvdle,
And ot Dealers generally throughout the State.
jly2t dAw ly
IMPORTANT TO IRON JIANrFACTI -RERS.-JAMES
RENTON, of Newark, New Jersey,
has discovered a process lor manufacturing wrought iron
directly from the ore, with wood or mineral coal, styled by
him an. ore-welding furnace; (an improvement in the manu
facture of iron long sought after, but never successfully at
tained until Mr. Reuton s discovery,) and which produces at
a single beat the best quantity of blooms, at a less cost than
pig iron is now usually made. Letters Patent hsve been
gi anted him for his discovery.and we are the appottted agents
tor the sale of rights, and iu introduction throughout the
West; andastheprescnthigfipriceof iron isinduemgmany
capitalists to invest i:i its znanufactnre, without being aware
of the great ad vantages tins new and valuable inven
tion has over any other known mode, we think it but subser
ving their interest to thus early impress upon them the im
portance of an examination of the merit ot this late inven
tion before embarking in any other made fcr making iron,
assuring them of its entire success and practicability, as de
monstrated by the furnaces now ic successful operation afto
It is not our purpose in this advertisement to speak par
ticularly of the almost incalculable advantages lh s process
possesses over all other modes for making Iron; (as this is
contained in our circular, which we will bo pleased fa mail
to the address of any one interested in the matter, 1 but to
call the attention of those about investing in Ihe manufac
ture of Iron, and respectfully invite an examination cf the
furnace we are erecting in this city, and which will be in
operation by the 5th June next, or to the furnaces of the
American Iron Company in Newark; New Jersev, new op
erating with complete success. W. C. DAVIS CO.
Cincinnati, June 1 bw.
DR. -4VH. jSIcLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN HOOT DOCTOR,
"D ESPECTFULLY" announces to the citizens of Ntshvuis
JL and vicinity, that he Has returned again alter a rosi.
,w--'..r, in the South. an,rnennsnenl!Trn.
. ,r V . v.h .1 1 1, - r II
, catedhlmself in south Nashvdle, at the corner of 'Hajlr
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! by those who may wish to consult nun.
He has in his possession many certificates from mm f
J eminent standing certifying to the permanent cura cf tho
; most distressing cases of the following diseases, vie Ner
:nnnni Vairl efreeM- vnere ne Burst all lime,. in frmrx.
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
, j-eTcr! pleurisies. Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Cbn-
J gumption,, p.heumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies,
Cancers. Ulcers, Scroffulcus, Uemopfasis of the Lungs, and
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other Hcmorages; Diarrhcca, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and V enereai iwnu iu ma diouu; i'u-eats or vou
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
Donne- his residence in the South, he attended to over tea
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with mors
than ordinary snecess.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and tbe degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patrcrwga
of the sick and afflicted.
Nashville, Feb a ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
"gF"All Letters addressed, post-paid, to SoulhNahTilIe.
Trvlt. T. J. COLIIURN-Dcntist. fgSsgbi
Takes this method of informinzthe pub-
lie that be is located nermanentlr at Trenton,
Teen, and ia prepared to perform any operatitn, that he
mav bo called upon to do, in the shortest notice; rial work
neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. Uo will visit
occasionally, Jackson, Tenn.. and surrounding tonns for the
purpose of doing plate work principally. Persons irishing
new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to be or service to
them, are solicited to patronize him, with the assurcaoatla.
satisfaction shall be given, PosmvELT. orno pay oclU ly
E STRAY HUMPHREYS COUNTY. Taken up by
Alexander Gwinn, living in Humphreys County, and
District No. 5, a sorrel FiUy about 14 hands high, both
hind feet while, a blare in hex face, two rears old last jpnog
Appraised to SiO by J H P""?"
on 5th Angnst, 1853; V. WHITE. Rggf
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