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NASHVILLE STEAM. MARBLE AV0RE8.
JAMES .SLOALV, l'ropriPtor.
uKKr3T.,lpro.s;T)5 jonxvix J; hounVstobacco wahehouss,
Mir We Wareroomsalthe old stand Corner of Summer and
HAA'INGm&de extensive enlargements in my Marble
AVorks, lay facilities are uch that 1 can execute all
fcindyif trork in the most tasteful manner an J the latest style,
as chdip as it can bo dona in any of tlte Eas-teru Cities.
By calling at my AVare-rooius, on the corner of Spring aud
Hammer streets, specimens may be seen which will cuable
persons tojudgeor tlieinselres, yvhich is the best method.
Having on band all kiuds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee.
AUu, a tine assortment of Egyptian, ltaliau and American
Marble, n hich I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re
Uil, finished or in the -rough state.
A large assortment of Mo vcmexts, Towns, Baptismal
Fuuxts. Utors. Vjlskj. Gahokx Fjihibks, Gravk Sroxts, Ac,
cirvoiand lettered to order. FurtxrruKK Mauble executed'
tu order and sent loany part of the Swath-West as cheap as
it can be procured from the East Also, Mauulu Mantels,
ot aver tlecriptiuu, plain or carreJ. liaiLUixa Stosk, sold
A'lmle.ile and Retail.
All Orders led at my 'Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
and Summer street, will Meet with prompt attention. My
friend generally, will find it to their interest to cull audex
untiuc hit Mock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
tin old friends and customers for their liberal patrouage, I
bojie by strict attentku.to business to merit a continuance
of their Givora. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
tell ly .
rplllimdersigned would rvspcclfullv in- eviSSH.
J form Uieir lrieuds and the public"tliat vsES?
they have taken the old stsnd of 0. T. Watson, o.3t,
Dcuderickst., where thev intend to carry on COACH MAK
1NU in all iLs branches." AVcyvill keep constantly on band
an assorUnentof Carriages, which we will dispose of on
leasouable terms. Carriages of every dtseriptron made to
iirder ltroinptl v. Retwuring done on reasonable terms, and
the public may rely upon getting their work when promised.
Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be or the best
workminship and materials.
rHLAOKSMlTHlNG. Kverydescnption of BLACK
SlllTH'S WOKK executed in the best manner ou liberal
"Sf-IIORSE SHOEING. We bare in our employ experi
rassJ HORSESHOEUS, and the public may rely on getp'rs'
tti-jir horses shod in the neatest manner. All worVerl rt'tx
tiour 'care will be under th; immediate sutieiicUid,: u.
L Proprietors, and no puns or expense spared to give sat-i-faction
to all We respectfully solicit from the public a
1. beral share of their patronage.
tth -2ly ORAM A SHEPHERD.
1&33. NEW ARRANGEMENT- l&ZJ.
GREAT NORTHERN MAIL "ROUTE
1'roa Nithvills to New York, Fhilaielphia, BaltinwrD,
T pVO Dally lines of Stages leay e Nashville overv morn
L iug at 4 o'clock for Louisvaio via the MAMMOTH CAVE
Tn (Jusir wonuui op tuk A orld. Also, via Tyree
Springs, llowiiugflrejn, Glasgow and Mardstown, arriving
Kt IHiisville the next day, being out only one night.
Three Daily lines of line Steainsrs leave Louisville for Cin
cinnati and Wheeling connecting nt those places with the
dtiK-reiit Railroads to all of the Eastern and Northern Citiea.
w,-- i TARE UKDUCKI).
VJSevrh ork' 2f. I To Washington 2 1.
To rhiladclphiaf .'-t. To Haltimore ?2.'..
Travelingtime to New Yoi k, days. Through passen
gers invariably have prefeiencir. a
Kor atUMifoiination or seat, applr at the General Stage
Ollice NVlmlle. (1. Jl. SLAUGUTKR,
Nashville. Jime 2S H.1S. tf. Agent.
N. 11. All Uaggage at the risk of the owner.
NEW STOCK OF
l'lfltXITlfKl", CAllI'ETINC: AND CIIAIUS.
OdtUiji lit(, AiiAW, lUtnet'et,
nAS jul received a large and splendid assortment ol
(AlilNET l-UUNlTUKi; CARI'ETING, CHAIRS,
Ac, hich with his former hck, makes one of the largest
hii.1 best assortment ever oflered in Nashville. Tliose
w anting good and substantial article', would do well to call.
All wolk sild by me will be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in tliia citr, together
with a p'ractical kuO'Vledgcol'thebiUiuess, g'nesliim advan
tages in selecting buch articles as are iinexceJiouable in
tlo and wkmaJWrrp" and liuili.
"t-" Also, on band, a large slock of IT- Oil Clrih,
,J-ir hvnp', iHtumM, Lxtkin.j il',asti Mj4raM and
Cx-lw, in great varietv. All uf which will be sold verv
l.nv. Call and examine. apribift A.I."
JXJitS (JL0VK1U U'. L. UOVD, JUK
U2SERAT. AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,"
aV. tfi, fftfrry Strtrt, I doors from D,adtrial;
CLOVEU & novi),
(stXKBSSORS TO WILLIAMS A GLOVER,)
"tl 7"ILL attend promptly to Ituying, Selling. Leasing, and
Rentin r Real Estate, Bun.vo, Celling, axo liini.se; Nu
OKit.H, (j5?Wehave comfortable Rooms and Cells for taking
mre of UK) Ne;roes.,i) Negotiating Loans. Ruying and
Slltng Stocks of eTery description, Collecting Debts in any
part ot the United Slates, &c, Ac Orders ft Negroes at.
tended to promtly.and instructions faithfully obeyed.
RKrEiitvcia. Gov W U Campbell, Ex-Gov A V ltrown,
!)r John Shelbr, Wlicless & Hobson, liaalert. Dyer Pearl
A Co., liiiid-tr'f, AV HShepard t Ca, JSanlert, Col V K
Sto eu;on. Gen S R Anderson, GiMtr link of Tcnrmact
0 Ewing, (iinlifr J'lonUi- Jlint, J U White, I'd: M Uhaa
jf Clurt, T TSmilay, Vtfrk Circuit Court, F R Cheatham"
ClWl- County Gutr U T Scolt, Xidtille Ian, S M Scott
JMtiy ll lhidge, Seteantf, D Y Winston, I'nhn Ildtt
V bUchus, Vfraiulah. feb 22.
BELLAND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OX f KOXi; XEAIi llliO AD Xi'Kf.ET,
IHbSuDNrnbcr respi-etrullv returns his
frx thanks to the public for past favors, and so- fr
Iicitsacontiniunceofp.ittoiiageiuthe ubote ii
(XUU'ER AND SIIKCT IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every leerittioii of Metal; Tumings Metal
ic 1'ackings. Halbit Xlttal and Castings.
Soda Founts, Geuera'ors, Ale l'imips, and Pnmpsof eve-r-ilescripUotuunufaCtiued
to order, or repaired at short
(Vsh will be paid at all times for old copjierand brass.
jimc22 ly 11. COLa
KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE.
'1IRECTKD by a Hoard of Visitorsappoinled bvtho
ijr htaie. n unaertlie SMiperinuenUenceoi i;oL l.
'II'.ALLEN, a di3tinguisheJ graduate of West Point
fcnd,apractical Engineer, aided by an able fucidlr.
'iTbe. course of studr is that usually taught ij the best
AColleCH. with the addition of an exteodvd course of
ilithematics National Sciences, andTheui-eticand Practical
The buildiniri of the I'islitiito will be entirely refitted, and
flirancements made for beating Uihii nith steam before the
. :r . i . r r 1 , ....11 1 .1 I..
th unnualtenn will open on the second Monday i
er, 1553. Entire charge f 100 jer semi-ammal t
bt'.ss'mn, isiireeuu's fee extra.) jiayable in ndtance.
Address the Superiutendeut, ut ".Military Institute,
Franklin cotmly, Kentucky," or the undersigned.
P. DUDLEY, President of the Hoard.
Louisville Journal, St Ixniis Republican, Pittsburg Gazet
te. .Na-hvtlle ltepublicnn llanuer. Nashville Uuoa and
Memphis Eagle, will publish in city aud country issues, to !
the amount of $30, and send bill to the Superintendent at
the Institute. july 0,1852. -Km
TILE STATE SnJTUAL ITRE rN3UHANCE0MPANY '.
OF PENNSYLVANIA. I
(Cccoa Cedar ftrtet,ortr the Mutual ProUvtinn Oficet.)
(s.o.STRCf or A.m'11. HTmjtiiXTSTO uav 1st. 1&58.)
Assets. Mav 1st. H52
iivtniunnlroriheyearcndiug, May 1st. '52
Interest on Loans, Ac. ,
Guarantee Stock, additional to above
tjoy.uiu &t 1
lAr..ii50 5C I
Losses, Exriense, returned Premiumj, Ac.,
to May 1st
. 67,361 f.G
Capital Mav 1st. 13S0
Tlie tapidlynccntnulatit.g (Japital of this Couiwny is the
b."st guarantee of its entire relpbilitv. Risks taken on the
UiiHit mihlonite terms, and loncs adjustetl and met here.
JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent
Nashville. Mya2s. -1
1 K X IN h V I. V A N 1 A ICAItiltOAII.
'PIUS road now complete, it opens a communication
L twevu Pittsburg and Philadelphia, orPittaburg and. Balti
more. It) wbi tli Freight from the wejtcnn reach auwistorn
tuarkdt quicker and cheaper than by any of llie present rival
oits: llioy connoct witu tho 1aiiy packets at flits'. urj,
from XI l.iiula, Imisvllle, Cincinnati, WbeeHif, aad all the
fi3orent points on the western waters. Alsa-A'Ua the Cleve
land ai'd Pittsburg Ball KoaJ, and Ohlo.and Pennsylvania
Kall Koad at Pittsburg. Oars run through Uetweeu Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia wlthouttrautbI;jMfit ot freight, anadvau
laro that can bo appreciated by all shippers.
la w if nbhtrurtion i f navigation by tea or low water
freights westward i-au bo Ttirwardo-l froi ltttsburg to CIn
ctnujVl, ortowns In the Interior by Railroad.
it vrr.s of i'it i:ii:ii r
Betweitn Pittsburg and Philadelphia or Baltmnre.
1'irbt Uluab. irittir Sumner
Dry Goods, Books and Stationary Roots, per 100 lbs,
Rhoes, HaUand Carpotiug, Furs and Pel
Irlxs. Feathers, Saddiorv, a r.
Brown Sheeting & Sbirtliig In Hull's,)
1 1-.. m... W.. ... rirm-Avl... 4 1
85 eta. CO cts
Iftio, Hardware. Hollow Waro.Madiluery, f
Oilcloth, Wool, Ac. J
a in ru i iiivii.
Bntturlu Firkins & Kegs, Cuiidlei, Pot-)
ton, in winter.) ttuei'nswatr. Tallow,
'li.l.aico, In leafor ilauuftelard, hast-
ward, 4c. 4 r. j
75 cts. SO t ie.
ttacnii. Cotton (In summer,) CoflVe, ltrd )
and UrdOil, (through) Pork In full car- '
05 cts. 40 cts.
ioaj ai owners niK. j
lieu. O. F ram: I sr. us,
V.. J. .SiicciJpr,
Freight Agent, PktUJtlpMa.
.Ilagriivv A Kooiis,
yrtigil Agents, Batiimars
J. i.. r.iiiott.
Freigit jrfaf..Vtf.7 West st ,A 1".
II. II. tliiiistttii,
, Fre.fht Agent, PkiUielphU.
iiiarrh K, 1853 ly
x. Uoicr, S.S. WULUUs jnT7 yTi-IsiitlL
JOHXSOX, IIORNE A- CO.,
WHOLESALE AND 11TTATT. CiMncvoa
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, and Storers of
,,Cj"a ana Tobacco.
Cvmer lljrlttand , sit., Xrettr. Tmn.
july 8, ls.:,S.
IT HAZARD Powder Company ofConnpcliciit
10O0 kejs Kentucky Rino Powder, 2.' lbs each.
Mil) hall kegs do do do 12' do ii,i;
IJSOqr. kegs do do do G)j do do;
ami Kegs weer uo uo ..i ao it
1 000 legs Blasting do
5(K) lbs do (5 tegs each) do
UOO canisters fine Kille do
The above powder has iust been received direct from the
inanufaclorr (f the Hazanl Ponder Comnanv the aualitv
niiiiinir oi lue elision iuii iviui, iiiuiu m
stiiute entirely iiuecitatKM in regara 10 neaiyi, conientetice.
VfA as(vUvJiries,s id' I'esidentv, as it is already in thorough- I
utsss of iu.it motion and striclucs of covernuicnt.
-t.iuinrji ia wini i iiriu n iiiiY.iT.-riiuiiiiiM iniimrt sinin. All
i.niorsnniuHitlv tillivl bv aiinucation at mv Powdor Danot
North Knot corner Public Squire. Nashville.
jlLHO xau.iHKJ iect naifty i; iise ol best quality.
S.H. LOOMIS, Agent
march25 for the Hazard Powder Company.
"T7"AlNTEf. A few thousand bushels Peu Nuts, for
i-hich'wie will fflve the hiMiast marl-pl timVa
iliiS. M.JVUEli a. BRC.
PERKTJCS & CLACK,
WHOLES J.LR Git O CESS.
Commisfiioa and Forwarding Jlercliants,
Cettaa aad Tobaooo Factars,
Cortur of CoUtye and CWcS tired; XathrWe.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; CO bags Havana;
50 do Lasruyara; SO do Java.
CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 18,000 American;
100,0000 Cuba Ca and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 200 ooie Sperm and Star;
200 boxes Sterina an Taliow:
COTTON YARNS A lo of assorted No. Oanubars, su-
penot quality at manufactursra prices;
FRUITS 100 bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; SoUruma Figs;
50 frails Almondu; 20 bbls Pecans; ,
FI8U 50 bauels and half barrels Mackerel;
75 KitaJIockerel; 12 cases Sardines; -FLOUR
200 bbla Galligo; ITS Cincinnati;
75 do St Louis (Harrison's;)
GLASS 300 boxes "Window, all nii.es;
IZJ do Qc., Pt,and 4 It Flasks;
75 do Flint Tumb eis and Uoblets;
00 do Stjuatt and Cap Jars;
90 Demtjons, fire and three gallons;
IRON Tennessee and Filtsburg, aaaorted siies . . , ;
LIQUORS 15 cases London I'orter quarts and pints;
lrt cava Scotch Ale . ",
75 baiTC'iS American and French lirandy;
95 do Apple and I'each
400 do Whisky, various brands;
CO do Holland Gin; 2. do N. E. Rum;
25 do AYine, vnrious kinds;
100 do Cider Vinegar; (
MOLASSES 150 bbls and bbls reboilod and S. House;
75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 do AVhoeling, " "
I'ICKLKS 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 cases Tomatoo Catsup;
SUGAR 100 lihdi Louisiana Sugar;
lOObbUiSL Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 25 d Loaf Lovering's;)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; . 250 sacks tine- and coase;
185 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes ban 50 do Fancy Soap;
SKED3 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOIIACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny land, superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, timt, aidoaratus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Bucktits, As., ic
For salo low for cash by PERKINS A CLACK.
grLlberal advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of cloan washsd Wool;
100,000 lbs Bason and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers. Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which wa will par liboral prices in cash or Groceries.
mav8 PKRKIN8 A CLACK.
UG Alt. 200 hhds Prim NowSu.
arrets ClanCed Sugar;
50 Barrels Loaf Sugar;
0 do Crushed do;
10 do Powdered do;
EDWARDS A ILVRRIS.
Just received and for sale by
j,f OJLASSES, SYItUP, AC 150 bbls Primo Mo-J
U0 bbls Suatrr House Molasses:
10 bbls Golden Syrup;
20kegs Golden Srrup, justre-
ceived and fur sale by
COFFEE. 800 bags Green Rio Coti'ee;
100 bags Ijiguyru Coffee; 50 bags St. Jago Coflee;
25 do Java " do, just received and for sale by
mav 22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
SALT, A'AIUS, Arc 1,000 bbls KanawhaSalt;
500 bags Kino and Coarse Salt;
500 kcir Nails and Brads, for sale by
mav2S EDWARDS A HARRIS.
CI GAItS." 20,000 Ueuuine Havana Cigar.;
100,000 Imitation do do;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by
mav22 EDWARDS A HARRIS:
CAjXDI.HS. 20 boxes Whitoaud Faney Wax Candles;
' 20 do Sperm do;
200 do Star do;
100 do Mould do;
For sale by may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
" ( No 1, 2 and 8 Mack- 50 chest Tea, Imperial,
IfM kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel;
Black and Gui.'powder;
50 bbls Vinegar;
5 do Wbito Wine Vinegar;
100 boxes Soap;
50 do Starch;
50 bbls Iiiaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed do
10 do Pow'd do,
8 tierces Dried Beef,
100 boxs Chewing Tobacco,
SO casks Curb. Soda,
10 bags Pepper,
1 bale Cloves,
Ql do Cassia,
8 do Alspice,
2 hhds Madder,
10 bags Ginger,
:j do Salmon;
300 bxs Scotch Herringa;
300 bxs M R Raisins;
2') do Iiycrdo,
50 jr bxs do do,
5 tierces Rice,
SO frails S S Almonds,
35 bags S S do,
25 jocks Pecans,
24 do Cream Nuts,
2 cans Prunes,
H do Citrons,
2 casks Currants,
5 hf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pie Fruits,
20 do Pickles,
Pine Apple Cheese,
10 boxes ur l'epper,
Bent's V ater Crackers, 20 case Toughson's Bit
23 cases Tomato CaUup,
15 do Lemon Sjrup,
200 reams Wrap Paper,
100,000 Corks, assorted.
50 bbls Water and Butler
With a great varietv of other articles, for sale by
may22 " EDWARDS A HARRIS.
BltANDIES, WINES, Ace 20 qr casks tine Bran
dies, 20 do Brandy Cherries,
10 hf pipes do dj
25 do do d
2 puncneons insu rv mscy,
8 pipes pure Holland Gin,
1 hhd Jamaica Rum,
a do St. Croix do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky,
5 casks old MaJeira,
5 l do Sherrv,
&) do Port;"
50 S Malaga.
50 Baskets Chamjiogne,
llumm's Fleur deSelley
Anchor, Bonche, A olhur
2.1 cases Cordials,
J!0 do Claret Wines,
20 do Mustat do.
In store and for sale bv
60 do I) D Country do.
20 do Penn. Rye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 casks London Porter,
lOObbli Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
0 cases Newark Cider,
.EDWARDS A HARRIS.
LAUD Oil.. 50 Bbls No. 1 Lard Oil, for sale bv
may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
I JlIcCRRA At TERRASS,
, Corner of Broad anil College Streets, Nashville, Tonn.
( Agents for Snii.V Pitttlurgh and Wheeling, XX X, arA
PALE AXT5S, PORTER & BROWN STOUT. ,
HAVE cow in store the following, which they will sell '
ut Pittsburgh prices, ttan.-.portation added) to-day :
125 Bids GWSriiith'a Pittsburgh Ale for fcummeruse; I
150 "K-iinettalrandequaltoUiabeetScotchAle; j
1U0W io uo lor lamnv use;
20 Caks Bottled do;
may 22 ly B. a.
SUC AR ANU MOLASSES 175 hhds lrim New
75 bbls lx, CnjshoJ, and Tulverized Sugar;
150 do Reboilcd Molassen;
100 yi bbls lo; SO kegs Golden Syrup; iu store
and for hale very low, lor Cash or Produce, by
may 81 McCREA A TERRASS.
COFFEE, FLOD R, CANULEK, Ate 600 bags
Rio Coffee; 50 il Lagnara do,
20i) bbls Sop Floor, various brandy
1G( boxes, boxes, andV boxes Star Candles
75 il Snmmor ami Tallow Candles;
& dol)yliSupj-iorSop; Jo do Starch. For
f ale very low, by ut aril McCRKA A TERRASS.
TllOX.NAIIiS,CAtiTINGSt STEEI.Jc AXES.
JL 13i) Tons Rollwl lion, warranted;
10 do Bella hammered Iron;
ilOO Ke's Nails, aswurted sines;
2) Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
50.X' lbs i'nglish Blister, Crawley and Cast steal;
20 Boxes Axes. For aale, bv
may21 IfeCREA A TERRASS.
LiritlORS sW pipe Brandies, some very tine;
1 Cask pnre Holland Gin, Ecgle Bi-and;
1 Puncuton Irish Whisky, very line;
25 V Casks Port Wine; " 8 Casks Sherry;
25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and quarts;
80 limes Claret Wine; 10 do Braudy Cherriea;
40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky;
5 do Sam Davidson's Extra dr.;
50 do Copper distilled Whisky;
00 do Monongahela Ryodo; 60 do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; 10 do N. E. Rum;
85 do Svi'oot Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib
wtiI tenn by may211 McCRKA A TERRASS.
mOBACCOAiM) CEtJARS.aS boxesLuughoru
JL and Armistead Gold Ijeaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
SO boxes Muscodani Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky do;
0000 Havanna Cigars, various brands;
60000 Mela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do;
maygl MeCRKA A TERRASS.
SALT. 14t0 Bags fine Salt
1100 BaiTcls Kauawha Salt, fbr sale low bv
may2l McCREA A TERRASS.
SUNDRIES. 5 BarreU Brimstone; 20 do Copperas,
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
6 do Alspice; 2 coacs Indigo;
fiO cases Imperial and Gnnnowder Teas:
1 Cask Madder, 8 casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 lliigs Miot, assorted; 20 Casks Soda;
f.n Boxes of Jenny Lind and Quart Flnsks;
100 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks;
)0 Gross Mason's Blacking;
100,000 Percussion Cai; 2 Bbls Alum;
900 Lbs. Dried Beef: 400 Demiiohns. assorted.
Tho above will bo Hold very low at the corner of Broad
vii.t fLittwn-rt utruta l.w ll.imu I IfCI.'DD lc?o
.iu ... . . ... MlllI.A A AMilllV.KOO.
inay21 B c.
2iY NICHOL PEACOCK
W XI ITU IjEA I) 500 kegs Schoonmaker's celebrated
Puro White Lead, dlreet from the Manufacturer.
ap 23. MCHOf. .t PKACOCK
TI.OIIK. 200 bbls White WheatFlour,
J- S'.KI do star brands. do us
5.VISi;Nf4. 50 boxes
NICHOI. & PEACOCK.
YTEItS. 50 boxes Koblnson & Wentz's celebrated
"eep In any climate.
KICHOL it PKACOCK.
L- f J r I II A COFFEE. SObags Lagoria Coffeo prim
25 do Jamaica do
4?; nichoi. & pbacock.
OUIISHEI SCOATt.-Ubbls Sugar.
51CHOL & PBACOOK-
100 bbls Whiskv. '
KICHOL & PKACOCK.
N E I', 1 sou bushels iJIIlat Seed frosb.
JlZiOlMtS. BO dozen Shaker Brooms.
13 C'OUDN A!MI
dozen snperlorCotlon Bad Cords pik ti-IT
"P-3- SICHOL & PaACOCK
T Alt. 30 bbls North Carolina Tar. tUl,lt'
lap 23J KICHOL A PKACOCK.
.-I TIKRCB 50-
.DAVIS & ByyJi. ' I
MORRIS & STRATT0N.
Wholesale Grocers, Produce and ij.
COMMISSION' MERCII AN TrS;'
jD DEALIKS IK J
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Corner of Clark 0 and Market street.'
HAVE now in store and for sale at very reduced prices tj
20U Hogsheads choice New Orleans Sugar,
100 bbls Loaf Sugar. 50 bbls Powdered Su ar.
80O bags very superior Rio Coffee,
800 barrels choice re-boiled Molasses,
100 kegs Eastern Nails, best brands,
200 barrels New York Mills Flour,
150 boxes Star Candles, 50 boxes Pearl Starch,
100 do Rosin Soap,
200 gross Matches,
50,000 fine Regalia Cigars,
100 bxs Tobacco, Tis brds.
50 dox. Brooms,
2000 lbs sugar-cured Beof
200 Reams Wrap Paper,
50 bbls pure Cider Vinegat
20 boxes Imperial Tea,
000 bbls Ohio Whisky,
100 do Bourbon Rye and
no bids old n n a
10 ccroonrt. r . xnaigo,
1 cask best Dutch Madder, 100 bbl A Kpipes American
. ( 1. ...... ...1. k-V..1 .. c
150 do sup carb Soda,
' 50 bags black Pepper,
23 do Ginger,
1000 bags fine A coarse Salt.
1 AAA . X" . t- , '
25 bbls American Gin,
25 do N ERum,
25 do MalagaWine,
SO do Port do
4vw uuis .iu i xvauawa uo.
10 bbls Madeira and TenneriQe Wine,
piiies supe: lor um Uognac Brandy,
2 do do do Champaign do
SO barrels Walker's Summer Ale.
With a greit variety of other articles in the Grocery line.
J!T A HHDS N. O. Sugar; 20 bags Gov. Java Coffee;
200 bara Rio Coffee:
20 do Lag do;
ou D arrets jioiasscs;
50 X do;
100 Packages of Mackerel
in barrels half barrels
quarter and kits;
10 Kits No. 1 Salmon;
20 boxes Scotch Herrings;
100 do Sardines;
200 Cannisters Lobsters;
120 boxes, y. bxs, and
80 barrels loaf Sugar;
10 boxes D. R. do;
10 barrels Crushed do;
10 do Powdered Sugar,
120 do Clarified dO;
00 boxes Stearine Candles
50 do Star do;
CO do Starch;
50 do Soap;
5 casks extra cured dried
50 barrels Cider Vinegar;
200 kegs Nails, all siies;
60 boxes Chewing Tobacc,
10 boxes best Smoking To
bacco; CO Chests and boxes Green
and Black Teas;
uxs u. iv. itaisins;
4 Tierces Rice:
8 Casks Zante Currents;
10 barrels S S Almonds;
5 do Pecan Nuts;
2 do Cream Nuts;
2 do Eng. Walnuts:
10 Casks S Car Soda;
20 bags Black Pepper;
b Dags Aispicc;
With numerous other articles in the grocery line, and foi
sale low fur cash or good paper by
dec5 E. S.CHEATHAM A CO.
X?IXE URAXDIES, WINES, &c, &c
JL? 20K pipes pure Brandy, different brands;
4 do superior do, old;
5 do superior do old;
50 baskets Champagne, different brands;
6 quarter casks Madeira Wine, old and fine;
20 do do do;
4 do Sherry do line;
5 do fino Port do;
20 do good do do;
10 bbls Pure S M Wine;J ,
2 pipes Holland Gin;
2 casks Jamaica Rum;
10 boxes assarted Cordials; ,
25 do Claret Wines;
6 do CumcoaAbsynthe Maraschina;
100,000 Imported Havana Cigars;
50,000 Domestic Cigar's; for sale by,
deco E. S CHEATHAM A CO.
DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 500 bbls rect'd Whisky;
100 bbls D. Distilled Whisky, superior;
10 do old Rye Whiskv. Pure;
60 do N.Y.Pale Brandy;
10 do N-E.Rum;
20 do S.M. Wine; for sale by,
dec5 E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
SUGARS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old
lSObbls refined sugar Richland Refining;
25 do S. R. Loaf Sugar; xsrf
20 boxes D R Brcokliu LoarSugar;
20 bbls Crushed do do do;
20 do Powdered do do do;
Just received and for sale low for cash by
apl E S CHEATHAM A CO.
I7LOUR! FLOUR!: We have in store" 500 bbls
? Flour, fresh ground and warranted good.
Also. 200 bbls St Louis Mills, 700 bbls Ligan Mills,
200 do Mason's Red River, 600 do Orendoff's.
All choice brands, which we offer to the trade at low
rates. jjanS E S CHEHTHAM A Ca
1 LASS WARE. 200 boxes Quit, Pint, andJJalf Pint
SO boxes quart bottles; 50 boxes ass'd tumblers;
50 boxes jars gallou, half gallon and quart;
2 casks line decanters. For salo by
Jeer, ' E S CHEATHAM A Ca
I OO Ba Green Klo Coffee;
IV-'v 10 Hogsheads Sugar;
50 Bbla. Hobolled Molasses;
25 Boxes Halm Soap:
2O0 Bhls. Pises and Wllshlres Whisky
30 do Domestic Brandy and Oln;
5 do S. M. Wine;
50 Bags assorted Cotton Yarns;
2 X Pipes Old Co?. Krandy;
400 Bags fine and Coarse Salt;
5U0 Bbla. Kanawha do.
200 Kegs assorted Nails;
25 do Wrought Spikes.
30 Bbls.No.l Rostn;
300 Bbls. Ohio Flour,
do l. Louts, lo;
20 Bales Oakum (Hemp.)
10 Reels do (Cotton.)
10 Bbls Lard Oil;
20 do Loaf, Crushed and PowdsredSuear;
4 Chests Jenkins & Co. Toas;
S3 Rolls ManMla Rope;
500 t's Cotton Wrappipg Twine;
50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread;
25 do i:uttor,Sodaand Boston Crackert;
Together with, Indigo, Madder, Allspice, Ginger, Black
ing. Mustard, Almonds, Cream Nuts. Star and Tallow Can
dies, Dried Beef, Brooms, DenilJohiis,SUKh,RoJa, Ground
J. 19. K. STEWART dt CO
BDIKU IIKAT PI,UIIU.-5abags very Bne Pitts
burg,Buckwheat Flour.re ceived and'forsale by
dec.5. K.STKWARTA CO.
CToiilberriek. 5 Bbls received and for sale, by
dec. 5. K. STEWAKT& CO.
jri BAGS RtoCotTee;
' J 40 hhds Sugar:
!U Bbls Mackrol;
10 Illf. 10 Qr.20 Kits do;
75 Bbls Molasses;
143 Illf. do;
1'iO Bbls St Louis Flour)
100 do Cincinnati do;
15 Tierces Rico;
S3 Boxes, 25 half,25 Qr. LalslnK
250 Drums Figs;
J50 Beams. W. Papon
100 Boxes Tobacco, various brands;
S50 Bbls reotifled Wbltkoy;
ISO do Domestic Brands;
135 do do Oln;
125 do do Wine:
125 Bbls Old Bonrbon Whiskey;
25 do old .Monongehala do;
10 do N. K. Bum.
50 Boxes Claret Wine.
0 do Pale Sherry do.
5 Casks Madorla do.
And for sale low by
dee. 11. J, c. FRKNCH & 0
SUNDRIES. 100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
50 boxes Laughotn A Armstead's Tobacco, veiy su
perior; 20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes 1-eiington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use; '
25 gross of box Matches;
A Tew barrels of that same old Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of rino clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment of
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, Collet street,
opposite Sew ance House. may 11) R. F.dJELL.
L. A. LAXIMU U. L1MLR.
LANIER & BROTHER,
Commission and Forwarding Jfeixhants,
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
PepU Market street, Nashville.
LIQUORS. 100 bbls Tennessee D I) Whisky;
50 bnrrels Old Mononcnliela "
50 bbls Old Bourbon WluskyjSO bbls New England Rum
50 " Old Rye " SO " A.M. Gin;
50 " Old Reserve " 20 " Sweet Wine;
10 pipes Old Cog. Brandy;10 " Old Port Wine;
2 " Holland Gin; 20 boxes Brandy Cherries;
10 bbls old Maderia Wine; 50 " Claret Wine;
20 Indian bbls Sweet Wine; 10 " assorted Cordials;
100 bbls A. M. Brandy; 15 gals. Old French Brandv;
In store aud forsale low by LANIER A BROTHER."
SUNDRIES. 100 bbls best Flour; loo kegs of Nails;
1000 bbls No. 1 Salt; iiO tons assorted Iron;
80 doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbls Brimstone;
20 nests of Tubs; 5 " Alum;
20 " half bushel measuresjl 00 Plows;
6000 lbs bar Lead; 20 bbls No 2 Mackerel;
200 bags Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do;
100 assorted Demijohns; t'O bbls S S Almonds;
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars;10 " 1 jirge Pecans;
50 doz Bedcords and Lines;50 boxes Figs;
5ybags Race Ginger; 800 " Tobacco, assorted;
25 bags Pepper; S tierces Fresh Rice;
50 boxes Dried Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cask Madder; 50 boxes Fresh Teas;
10 boxes Stoughton Bitters;10 " Crome's best Indigo;
20 " 11. AV. Flour, ext;
Togetheryvith many other articles, which will be sold
low by decl4 LANIER A BROTHER, market st.
BANKING'S PATENT LACE. OB ABDOMINAL SOP
P0BTEB, TT'OR weak and delicate persons, male or female, and those
A who are atllieted witli the following diseases, vie
AVeakness of the Breast, Bronchitis, Shortness of Breath,
Pain ia ihn Chest, AVeakncs and Bleeding of the Lungs,
Palpitation of tho Heart, Dyspepsia, Costiveness and Piles,
Pain in the Back, Spinal Curvatures, and Enlargement of
iiui; mp anu cnomuer, railing oi me imjwcis, ana a ten.
dent to Child Bearing, a Disposition to Drooping, Lounging
and AVcariness, common to clerks, mechanics, students,
seamstresses, and others who keep inclined positions.
Tho subscriber has had the exelusivi. sain nfthis relehrat.
e-i Rrace for several years, during yvhich period a large
number have been sold to those yvhohave given the highest
testimonials of their remarkable cumtivp nipm Tim most
satisfactory references can be given to persons in the city of
Nashville and surrounding countrv: furthirmnri tl
recommended by some of the most celebrated and extensive
Practitioners of Medicine in Nashville nnd the adjacent
country. For sale by HGSCOA EL
Druggist and Apothecary, North side ofthe PublicSquare,
three doors West ofthe Nashville Inn. auel8 tf
f ENUINE SCHEIDAAI SCHNAPS. Wehave
VDT a few dozen of this fine JJgnor. For sale at a low
price at LYOS A CO,
ayl& No. 19, Cedsrtrcct.
. DR. SOGERS' JJVERW0ETH AND TAB
FOR THE COMFIXTE CORE OF
Cuvgit, CJdt, Influtnza, AMma, MronchUit, (pittiruj of; :
MtiKid, and all othtr Luiuj QnnpiiinU tending lo
THE GKEAT COUGH EEHEDY!
jT EADERt have you a Couglv which, you are neglecting.
Ai under the idea that it is only a common cold, that it
wilt soon. "wear itself outr Letafriendtellyou,inallkiud
ness, what will soon be the probable lesult,
la a short time, if you coutinuoto neglect yourself, yon
will begin to feel a sense of lightness and oppression across
the chest, nccompanied with frequent sharp darting pains.
Then a dry, backing Cough will set ib, and when you raise
anything it will be a.thict and Yellowish, or whito frothv
matter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If vou sttll take no
neglect yourself, a few jveeks or months will see you consign
ed to the grave, leaving your, friends to mouru how rapidly
C0NSUMPTI0N"did, iu"-work,-aud! nurrie.dyou. away.
Friend ! have you no cause to no alarmed ? in the above
sketch you may see us in a glass, how every case of Con-,
sumption progresses, with more or less ramdity, to a fatal
termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this
great Destroyer has gathered, to the tomb, every single case
began with a Cold! If this had been attended to, all might
have been well but, beingnegleclcd, under the fatal delusion
that it would "wear itself," it transferred its deadly action
to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation
of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the
flame, until these tubercles began tu soften and suppurate
leaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lungs. At
,his crisis, the disease is very difficult of cure, aud oftentime,
setsatdehanceall human aieans.
' In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes
arrest the disease, or check its progress, and will always
make the patient more comforta-ile, ondprolong hislife, and
is therefore worlliy of a trial; but 111 its incipient or forming
periods, Consumption is as curable as any other disease, and
"Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Livenvorth, Tar, and Canclialanu,"
if taken at this time, will cure it fif AS SURELY AS IT
IS TAKKN lfl 1 ma JS Strang lanjruaee. but we can refer
vou to numberless livius witnesses to nrove that itis TRUE!
And therefore, we earnestly exhort every man, woman and
child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med
icine by you in the house; and whenever you take Cold, do
not "let it alone" to work mischief in your system, but eradi
cate it thoroughly, at once, by this power, fully healing com
pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry you ia full
vigor to a good old age!
Have you delicata, weakly children, who are alwavs faking
cold, aud subject to Croup? Remember! There never was
case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold! And
when yonr child goes to bed wheeziug and coughing, you
know not that, before morning, Croup may not set in, and
ere'you can get a Physician, your dear child may bo beyond
the reach of help. We beseech you therefore, as you value
the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in the
bouse, and when your little ones take cold and commence
coughing, give itto them at once, and rest not until the ough
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, after the
most extended experience, that if this advice were followed
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for the cold wonld be cured, before it could arrive at th?s ag
gravated and fatal stage. Iet every Mother, especially, heed
well these remarks, that she may not hereatter, when mourn
ing over the early blight of some cherished blossom, have
occasion bitterly "to reproach herself for her criminal neglect.
It is an old adage, (hat "to be furwarned, is to be forearmed."
Parents! so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ask for Dr.A. Rogers'Syrop of LIVERWORT,
TAR and CANCHALAGUA, and let no other be palmed on
.you. SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres Street, New Or.eans,
Wholesale General Agents for the Southern Stales, to whom
all orders and applications forugencies must Lenddressed.
Also sold by BKRIiY,
Atlanta, July 15, 1350.
DR. WM. McLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR,
EESPECTFULLY announces to the citixensof Nashvili,
and vicinity, that he has returned again afler a resi
dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanentlyla
cafed himself in South Nashville, at the comer of Was!
Ingtouand Pearl strecLi, where he may at all times be fuun
by tliose who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the.
most distressing cases ot the following diseases, vie Ner
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fit, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Hemorages; Diarrlicea, Diseases of theKiducys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; DiM?ases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his mnch experience in the Medi
cal Profession aud the degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage
of the sick and afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
- ISPAllLetlereaddressed.post-paid.lo South Nashville.
FAR3I FOR SALE Iu Wilson couuty, seven miles
from Lebanon and M mile from Cumberland river.
, The farm contains 4"0 acres "of good land, 200ofit in heavy
' Cedar timber, .suitable, for Railroad Ties, and other building
pnrposes, iisj acres cicareu, una in a gooa state et cultiva
tion, plenty of uever-failjng water fortock, and one orihe
finest springs In the State that never fails in the dryest sea
son Hie improvements are nil new a good double log
house, and other out houses, with bams and stables; also,
a tiiieytung orchard of peaches, apples and other fruits.
The situation is as'healtliy as any in the State, in a good
neighborhood and convenient to" schools and churches.
Those wanting n good faini will do well to look at this be
fore buying elsewhere.
Terms: One third cash, balance one and two years. For
reference apply to me. Nashville, or on the preniLse- for
merlv occupied bv T. M. Pattou.
auglS 2mw " C. E. AV00DRUFF.
TO ALL WHO SUFFER WITH ANV FAIN.
Dlt. T. J. COLUURN-IJcntist. 3P2
Tnkes this mplhnil of infiimiiiiirllianiiK. ys-'l
lie that he is located permanently- at Trenton.
Tenn., and is prepared to perform any otieration, tliat he
.i ii i ..... i i . - .i i i. -..A-. , . ,
umy uc iiueu ujx-u iu uu, in me snunesi noiice; piaie woik
neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. lie will visit
occasionally, Jackson, Tenn.. and surrounding towns for the
purpose of doing plate yrork principally. Persons wishing
new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plaf a, la. be of service to
them, are solicited to patronize him, with the assurcane that
satisfaction shall be given, i-ositivklv. or no pay nctll ly.
W'EUIJS & RAWLINGS,
GROCERY, COMMISSION A F0EWABDING MER
CHANTS. Main street, one dofir Xortie Union, Memphis, Tennetsce.
HAA'E on band a full supply of Groceries, Bagging,
Rope. Bacon, Mess Pork, liird. Caudles, Flour, Ac!,
which they w ill furnish to their customers on the usual
All CotlonsShipped to them by wafer will be covered bv
-an open Policy unless written across the face of the Bill of
Lading, at the" time of shipping. ro Insurance.
IS?' We are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
WERB, RAWLINfJS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Xo. 53 CaroMet Street, Xtw Orleam.
I Anyot our friends who wish faeilificson Cotton 'o be ship
lied to our house in New Orleans can call on us nt Memphis
or address us at N. Orleans. july29 Km. '
23T" Eagle A Enq., Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville;
W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six: months, mid send in bill.
ECONOMY AND COIfVENIENCE.
Tlie subscribers oner the following good and s uflicien
reasons yvhy every family iu the .South .should use the
Wrought Iron Cooiiiuj States.
Manufactured bv them and called
1st. It is of Southern manufacture, being made by the
subscribers in the city of Nashville.
2nd. Itis of such desirable material that it must outlast j
three or four cast iron Stoves. . '
3d. It is more complete in its cooking apparatus than any I
cast iron Stove. "
4th. It is so simple in construction that a child can use 1
- . ....... I
5th. I Is economy of fuel is such (hat it docs not u?e half
as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same size.
Cth. In the economy-of time it is important, us it eon he I
ueaieu reauy lor use in a lew minutes.
vtn. tis uniform regularity, as every part or the sfove is I
heated atthcrametims. "
6th. IU perfect reliabilitv as we have nut un nvpp Hmr
hundred of them in this Stale, and no one has ever failed
to pre entue oatisfaction. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
JulyH Ci liege St., Nashville.
CRTJTCHF1ELD HOUSE. F0BME3LY GBIFFINHOBSE
THIS yvell known Hotel situated within a fewsfeps
of the passenger car landingof the AA'cstern and gj: jf
Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of
Thomas Crufchfield, assisted by-Mr. J.AV. F. Brvfon and
Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Griilin acquired a very high reputation as a first class hotel.
Thepresent proprietor having secured the services of Col.
Griffin's barkeeper, and liaving purchased his most excellent
cook and house boy, and havingfumi.shed the bouse entirely
anew .hopes to retain its high reputation and mcritptiblie
patronage. Pasengers can be accommodated tvith an omni
bus lo nnd from the boats. THOS. CRUTCllFIKLD,
feb21 ly Proprietor.
THE AMEBICAN SOAP COMPANY.
TllVSE Soaps are presented to the public as the best Ia- i
bor-saving Articles ever discovered. And every yy I
worthy-of the fullest consideration. They dotheyvorkof the f
Laundry in Colo AVateu, either SOFT, HARD or SALT
dispensing entirely with boilincr, poundincr. lubbinrr. Ac
Ac-, consequently a large amount of fuel, and near anil tear
of clothing is saved, aud not one-fourth the amount of labor is
l-equired to do the yvashing of a family.
The tendency of these Soaps is to soften the Cloths and re
move the dirt; and in their use, the hands are made soft, the
complexion clear and white. A'ushiug is done by simply
rubbing the Soap on the Paris of Clothes most soiled, anil
placing them in yvater sufficient to cover them there let
them remain a few hours then with a slight hand rubbing
and good rinsing they will be peifectly clean and beautifully
bleached, and without injury to the most delicate fabric.
The cost of these Soaps is no more than those ordinarily
used; and besides this, the great yvear and tear of Clothing
consequent upon the old method of liard rubbing npon a
Board, Machine, Pounding, Ban el, Ac Ac, is wholly avoid
ed, and fuel being entirely distiensed with, an immense sav
ing is thus made.
By applying it fo your Capets.it yvill remove all grease
aud spots of dirt, without in the least injuring their color or
Merinos, Silks, Shawls, Ac may be washed ivith perfect
safety, Cotton Goods, Prints of any color that yvill fade in
water atone, yvnen yvasnen yviin ine?e soaps nccormng to the
directionswill not cliange, but remain firm, aud the colors
rendered more permanent.
For removing grease trom noors, or irom nny article of
Clothing it is invalnable and for washing Gilding, Mirrors,
Maps, Pictures, Furniture, Dishes, I .amps, Silver Ware, Ac,
Ac, it is superior to any other Soaps, leaving the goods soft,
and free from any order. The attention of AA'oolen Manu
acturers is particularly called to these facts.
lit every person give our Soap a trial this is all we ask.
Forsaloby . ang9 AY. H. GORDON & CO,
PRY GOODS,, &C.
R. C. ANDERSON &. CO.
Fashionable Olotbioir Emporium
Ox Market itrtet,cfpoiite Mmty,McCUr$ l( C.
iiiTI AVEnowln store one otlheprettlestajsortmentsofFasa
ilt A A lonaMe
Spring and Summer Clothing
eyerofferedinthlsmarket,belngaii entire now stock, having
the misfortune lo have our lastsuaimer'sstock destroyed by
the fire, on Union st. Thankful for the liberal palfonaea
heretoforebestowed on them, they earnestly aollelt a con
tinuance of the same, and promise that nothing shall be
waiitlugon their part to give entire satisfaction to all who
wlllfavor them with acall. Our stock consists In part of
Black and Fancg Cloth, Doe and Crape Cassi
msres, Drap D'eie Casnmeres, Linen, Alpaca,
Drtts, Trick Sheaney Cassimeres, Saiin,
Grass, and Sack Coats.
Best of Black and Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valence's,
l.inon and Marseiles, some ofthem beautifully embroidered.
ALSO a good assortment of
Youths and lioys, Clotblntn Ilata of
and style, amongst them some extra fine
PANAMA, BKAID, FRENCH, KOSSUTH ANDMAGYR,
together with overy article required fora gentlcraau's outflt.
Cloths, Cassimeres and VettlDgs, a One assortment, which
will bo sold by the patems or made up to orderln the most fash
ionable style. Give us a call gentlemen, we think we can
couviuco you this is the place to buy a good article low for cash.
H. C. ANDERSON,
may H. STONKI.AKK.
FROM OUR ilANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT orBlack and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
slock of Gentlemen's FurnishingGoods ofthe finest and most
costly articles: such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior qualitr.
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, b
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up
on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
street, near the Post Office.
jan20 CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT. So. 11, Cedar Slnet, fine doon from the PuUie Square,
"TTTHERE may be found a choice and well selected
stuck of Cloths, Casimeres and Vestintrs. all
of which will be made up to order in the most Fash
ionable Style and at as short notice as can be done in any
1 .. : .. 4 1 . It..: i - . . . .1. .
tut 111 iitc uuiuu, uuu a. puces iu auib tue limes.
Ready illadc Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A line assortment of ilea's Furnishing
(oods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen. Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
Ja7Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine. mr5 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent.
EZ C n Ol .r
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JOHN SULLIVAN Ac SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS
For tho Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and
Western Produce GeneraUy,
lliiUimore, Md. " "
REirnofcts. Dr. F. Robertson, James
Messrs. jounson JL llorne..ashviIle, Tenn.
W. n. COMJO.V, C. B. BBTOC.
V. H. GORDON & CO.,
AUCTION AY COMMISSION 3IERCIIANTS.
For tho sale of Merchandise, generally,
1 JiWimiLE, TlXX.
A. F. DAVIL, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices in Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will
give prompt attention to collecting and any other buslueis
in hisprofession. fej, ;
G. lIACCUEUUIt, K. E. ALLOW .V, J. BA.NKBEAD.
MACGREG0B, ALL0WAY & CO.,
COM M ISSIO.V 31 E R C II A N T S ,
55 Sr.CiHELESSTCEET, (third StoreaboveSt. Charles Hotel,)
N. E. ALI.OWA V A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to male liberal cash advances ou ship
nients to us. seplfi
L. H. SIMPSON & 30NS,
Wine, limiulies. Cigars, Champaignei, &c.,
xo. io, heavm: sti:ekt, xmr ronx.
And Rce la. IitsrioE. BoRoEtux. maylC ly.
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
rpiIK snbscrlbertates this method of returning his most
J sincere thanks to his friends and the publlcgenerally. Tor
the patronage ho has already received, and would say to
them, that he now has ou hand the longest aud Uest
assortment of WORK everenered futhis martot: from tho
ligl.tTKOmXG SULKY to the finest cTKKtOL.CAK
HIAGh, all of my own Manufacture.
Persons from a distance can rest assured of alway rlndlnz
somithltg that yvill suit their taste, "If in the shape of a
Carriage." I havo the best Workmen to do mv
yVnrlf r.tl an.l ... m ...n.inn. '
I.B. I aui prepared to build Work to order aahort no
tice. I will pay particular attention fo repairing, and will
I sell or repair at as low a price as an v good builder.
( , , , ' FKKD. SLOAN, . .
JJzJi: Lower Market Street.
; riMi-riluruitlilU.THB subscriber
j- oegs leave in slate that bo xtHI carrv on
j the COACH AND CARRIAGE HL'SISESS,
i at his fildstand onXorth Martet st.twodoor.
I below II. it 11. Dooglass.iV Co. Keeps constantly on hand
u..um.iu . aui icu biuik uuu a ugni uuggy lo a Car
nola. Hiankful Tor past favors, ho raort respectfully solicit, a
continuation, hoping by cheapness, durability and good work
manship tu merit your patronage.
JauS-ly. GEO. U SLOAN.
medical "college of geobglx "
rpiIK TWENTVSI-COND Course of Lectures in this In
OCTOBFR0NEXTCOalIneDCeOU 1,16 I'IRST J,0X''AY JN'
Anafemv. G M NEWTON. .M D.
Suigcry.LA DUGAS, 31 D.
Chemi.-ii y- and Pharmacy. ALEX MEANS, M D.
ntlI' yM'03 TIieraI'u,'c3 autl Medical Jurisprudence,
1 1 gaIw lis, ii D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and infants, J A
LA E, M D.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, II A' M MIL-
Jll.ll, .U 17,
Institufes and Practice of Medicine. I. n Vtmn M n
Demonstrator of Anatomv. If F CAMI'UKI.I. I I)
amishhu itemonsirator, kuiit CAMPBELL, M 1)
" CLINICAL LECTURES yvill be delivered regtila
the City Hospital, and ample opportunities will be afforded
ior me siuuy oi rraeiicai Anatomy.
Fees for the entire Course $105
Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once) 5
For furtherparticulais, apply to
, al'g2'' G. M.NEWTON, Dean.
TTAL1AN MEDICATED SOAP.-ForTender
JL ing tne narsnest skin delicately smoothe. whiteand soft.
removing saliowness, cutaneous eruptions, pimple, tan, I
freckles.oriedncss. Its soothing influence immediately I
allays the irritation of mosquitobite Ac,, while its dilating ,
lllTl'VlHllMl TiMirdnld 1 1. .. t., ..... i'... f I.I.I.. . I
properties prevents the formation ofyvrinkles and banishes
them ifalrcadv formed, eliciting on thncheplr nf n iK.
clearness and smoothness of voutli. Prepared byDnF F.
Gouraud, C7 Walker St., 1st Store from Broadwar. N. York.
for sale by; febu GKORGE'GREIG.
IT-RENCH WINES AND RRANDIsTAUvaTs
X on hand, a yvell assorted varietv of fore:gn Wines and
Liquors, put up in wood and bottlesand for sale br
JeW GEORGE G"REIG.
piNE ArlM.ES AND I'EACHES.-JusTT?
jl. iciveu, a iresuioioinne Apples ami Peaches, put un
111 mice ill- in.l fni uitlit I I17niini, ,r,r,,n l
J . " -' -'
boxes AVestern Reserve Cheese.
J ceivt-dandforsaleby feb9 GEORGE GREIG.
X Goshen I'iue Apple Cheese, received and fiir sale by
. k"9 GEORGE GREIG.
TT'If.S. Ou hand and for sale
a small lot of" very fine
JL rigs, by
l IJill DROPS. A fresh sunnlv nfl'.npit iinrn
VT Dropsof various flavors, just received and for sale bv
Jl , GKORGEGREIO. "
CHOCOLATE. A Miperior article of ChoclSatTin
small sticks aud in half pouud cakes, put up in tin foil,
and for sale by febO GEORGE GREIG.
ITiRENCH NEUGA CANDY-Jusrreceivednb9
express a small lot of White French Neanga Candv nut
u;un tin toil and for sale by GEORGK GREIG.
Gl KEEN TEAS. 50cans fresh Green Teas, herniet
I ically sealed, on hand and for sale by
JfN . GEORGE GREIG.
ITtRESH TEAS. .lust received, an extra assortment
. of Blaek and Green Tea of the finest qualities import
ed, and ivarranted superior, for sale bv
febl GEO. GREIG, Union streeL.
IARIC AND LEATES.-I wish to purchase witli
y cash, a large quantity of Chestnut Oak Bark and Shoe
make Leaves, for Taning purposes. Apply to J. G. Moore,
corner r;f Union and Market streets.
jidy27-d&wtf. . FREDRICK ROTH.
FLA.V SEED. 1,000 bushels Flax Seed wanted,
for which the highest price will be paid in cash, by
JOtLySU.x A tlUU.y K,
I npHE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
1 J. Company, and the Tennessee River M. M. .
ana TransDortaiion loinpanr, uave auopica tnc
following lates of Transportation on Freight between Xmih.
Tille, Teun, and the various landings on the Tennessee
6 5 S5 o
FROM NASHVILLE TO g 5 2
I I? 3 IS
g Q ?g -A
Hats,Bonuets. Dry Goods
Wooden Ware, tigbt and
Hollow Ware, Castings,
Wool. Feathers. Cinsen?
ons, Horse ColIars,Stoves
ana Move vt are. Tens.
Drugs In kegs and boxes,
Saddlery, Candles, Cin-
fectlonaries, Ac, per 100
Second Class Sugar,
Cofiee. Molasses, Nails.
Tin Plate. Bar and Pig
Lead, Fish In barrels.
Kegs, mis, etc., lodow
Glas, Cotton Yarn, Do
mestics, Hemp and Kags
In bales. Tobacco In box.
I es.Rice. Hides. Bale Kone
er In roils anu uxs, Jiara
ware. Glass and Queens
ware In c rates and boxes,
Lead and faints In xegsj
Clover Seed, Cheese,
Candles, Soap, Butler,
Beeswax, Oils, Brandies,
Wines and other liquors,
per 100 lbs
Tihxd Class Bacon,
Lard and Pork in tierces
or bariels, Bar 1 on,
Heavy costings, lirlnJ
Stones and undressed
Marble per 100 lbs....
. . . . Ci
Wblsky. perbbl oMOgal.
Flour, per bbl, and Salt
Porter Ale, and Domes
tic liquors, per bbl of 40
Lard. Linseed, or other
Oils of TennessecManu
facto re, per bbl of 40 gals.
Powder, securely pact-,
ed in cases or hogsheads.'
per 100 pounds
Carbo)s, Minora! Acids,
(at Company's conven
Piano Fortes. boxed....
Cotton Gins boxed, and
Portable Barrow's o r
Queen of the Sou. h Mil, s,
Plows (assorted,) and
Cultivators, each.... . ..
S50 8 50 8 50
50; 50 1 C5)
REGULATIONS .CONDITIONS. AND EXCEPTIONS.
Singte Packages weighing less than 100 lbiL, will be in
variably charged as. 100 lbs First Cliss Rates.
All articles of unusual size or yveight, 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, yvill be transported only at oyvncrs
All claims for damages must be collected of the party de
livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods
must be made within 6o days from date of shipment, or they
will not be allowed.
The above Companies yvill not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other liquids, orlbr the Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns. Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
they be securely Packed in Woodeu Cases with their tops
The folIowingArticlcs will only be Transported at "Own
er's Risk," as to Breakage, dialing. Frost, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, viz:
Mo!.ses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware, Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, looe, Detnijons, Fur
niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, I ive Stock of every description, Boxes, Ci-
fars not Cased, Carboys. Acids, Looking Glasses. Musical
nstrumeuts. Books and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and Stove Castings, Light and Hollow
On freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intermediate points, no extra charge yvill be made during the
loiv watcrseason, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Rates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low yvaterare entirely at the risk of
On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermediate points to
Chattanooga, Tiventy.Cve 25) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but in no case is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention ot Goods during or ou account of
Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. 1C.11
R.C., Nashville, will be received on theyvharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra cliargefor Drayage or
is ss t tooiyu.
j No Freight received on the Wliarf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture aud all other Articles not enumerated above sub
ect to special contract.
Emigrants with theirfamiliesand moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishingj to make contracts or desiring informa
tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, yvill
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. 1C C, Nnsli
viIle,or Jas. Williams, Pres.Teun. River 31. JL A T. C,
H. I. ANDERSON", Supt X. A C. R. R. C.
JAS. WILLIAMS. Pres. Tenn. River M. JL A T. C.
FALL ARRANt. EJ1 ENTS.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. BV an arrsngementbefyveen the South Carolina,
Georgia, Western andAtlanticaiid Nashville SSi-a'
and Cliattanoom railroads, cuods yvill be broturht '
through to Nashville at the following rates:
Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
goods, per cubic foot 7.. 82
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods. Saddlery. Glass. Drugs. Con-
i fectionaries, Camphene.SpiriLs Tuqientiiw, ill casks,
j Ac, per 100 lbs. $210
I T1IIBO CLASS.
1 All articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer
i ated in the tariff of tlie roads between Chattanooga
! and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
at the rreight Agent s Olhce) perluo lbs i 5
Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates mast
be plainly and distinctly marked to-the cure ol Agent of
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chntt.inooa,
and Agent ofSouth Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston!
Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship br steam
ers at or about lt, by propellers at be, and sailing ves
sels at from Sc. to 7c per foot
When the Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction yvill be
maue, oi yvmcu uue nonce wilt be given
II. I. ANDERSON, Supt X. iC.IE.li. Co.
N. B. The same difference yvill be made when goods are i
to be delivered at Decherd, Shelbyville and Jlurfreesboro,
orother stations on our road, as is now made between j
freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from
1 the above points to Chattanooga, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co
j'unelS tf , II. I. A.
1 NOTICE TO AVESTEBN TRAVELLERS. '
THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
adelphia to Pittsburg. Fa, Massillon, AVooster, Cleve
I laud, Toledo, Columbus, Ciuciunafi, Indianapolis, Lafayette,
I Terre Haute, Chicago, and Milkaukie. Through by Railroad
from Philadelphia to Cincinnati in 37 hours. i
Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities fo the
day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt Joliu Klinefelter, leaves Pitts
burg Saturday. Boarding and lodging on board the Packets
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, J2; Louisville, f3; St.
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Piftsburg,
S9 50; Massillon, S10-, Cleveland, 410; Mansfield and Crest
line, $11; Columbus, $12 65; Toledo, $13; Cincinnati, (via
Crestline.) 15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. R.)
18 25. To Chicago. A aukesan. Kenosha. 1IL. Racine. Mil.
I waukic, Sheboygan, AV'iscousin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad, 1. "
I The Cars yvill leave the Commonyvcnlth's Stition, N. E.
f CornearofSchuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, ivhcre tickets
can be purchased of Bingham A Duck, Agents ofthe State
I and Columbia Railroad Lines.
The morning Express Train through fo Pittsburg, Cleve-
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A M.
Through to Cincinnati in 87 hours. " '
Tlie night JIailTrain at 10.V, P. M. Through to Cincin- f
Yl.l li n lit Iw.iin w...!..,! I.. I- . ,, ...
nati .n 4S hours, including one night's comfortable rest at
The above lines pass f Iirough and stop at Lancaster Har
risburg, Letvistown, Huntingdon, Holliilaysburg, John
stown, Greenburg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case ofloss, the Companv will hold tliemel
ves responsible for personal baggage onfv, and foran amount
not exceeding $100. THOS. SlOORE, Agent.
Jne 4 tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Ca
The Columbia Railroad Line for H.srrisl.nnr vto rv,i.-
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station
at , P.M.
NINE MILES NORTH OF FLORENCE.
J 1 . r. '
Jii.uaert.aie oo., Ala.
THIS GREAT I'OIJNTAIN OP HEALTH
IS now ready for the recep- n-rrii.trvi
31 tion of visitors. Manvim-'jr'jr-g J
provements have been made since last season, and all who
go now can be accommodated, it would bo useless to at
tempt to give a list of the many diseases cured by the use of
these almost Muic Waters.
Hundreds have Ief for these Springs, sick and feeble, hav
ing dispaired of ever regaining health or constitution, but
alter a tew weeics nave returned to tneir friends well, and
entirely free from the deadly disease that once had a strong
hold upon them. Many prominent persons throughout
town and country, and especially in Nashville, can testify to
A Regular Mail Line ofroiir-IIorse Conches
will run three times per week to these Springs, leaving
Nashville Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday mornings at 1
o'clock, arriving at the Springs tlie same evening, or if per
sons wish, they can go through in daylight tnthout extra
charge, by taking the accommodation coach to Columbia,
and the Mail Line from there fo the Springs.
E3f" Fare onlv ?G- For passage apply at (he General
Stage Office, Cedar Street. O. II. SLA UOHTER,
REWARD. I will pay theabove reyvard
fT) LmlI to any person or persons, aa
above the market price, for one thousand Land AVarrants,
of the denominations of 1C0. 80 and 40 acres, t will nnZ
chase single warrants ol either denomination.
,, . .. . ILH.BROCKWAY
Boom over Oak Hall, east eide Public Square, 2d door
oathiJ City UtteJ,N­Ule. octl4 ra27.
81 50 1 50 $1 50
1 00 1 00 1 CO
8o 8 f
1 70 1 70 1 70
1 70 1 70 1 70
1 30 1 30 1 30
250 2 50 250
io co iu oo 10 co
oreat l est. Passengers will hud tins the most pleasant
route to Orleans. Unlyjll to Cincinnati; 8 12 to Louis- 1JU assoncu Demyoi.ns;
j viile; fl9 to St. Louis, A ia Pennsvvania Railruad, anl the I 60 boxes l,uba Sixes Cigars;
! folloyvingdailySlcamPacketsfromPittsbunnBuckeveState I 5o doz Bedcords and Lmes;
rt .... if i- Titi i , ..... . & , i ' rs, l.o. T '
I LmpijA i xeiisuoover, leaves 111130111? Sunday : Aerstnne I w "aa" viiugcrz
t Statu f"..t Ptiol l.. l iki.?i o.'.!.' .... 2.i har-s l'ptinor-
, . - v..i- . . l utun, imim i iiuuuiir Muuiur: uie i . . 1 1 i 1
rrhenev. Caot Charles WTlntrlipfiir I'in.l.., t 1 50 boxes lined llarmv.
i r, . 1 . , .....i. . i.t. 5- ,
day; Crystal Palace, Capt H Kountz, haves Pittsburg AVcd- 1
desday; Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves PittsburifThurs-
day: Pitisburtr. Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pittsburrr Fri i
H. O. SC0TEL,
Druggist nnil Apothecary,
Xorth side of the PvUie Snare, 3 doors H'esis tht
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 4i .
1 Anrrs, Bausno, PutruitiBr,
Powpxn, Oils, Drx Srtirn,
Faxct Aehcub, Shot, Vauxeiizs,
UlaS3; GLasaWARX, Jjud, ,
SURGlaL AND DENT.U. iNSTRUMENTS,
UTWtO ABDOMIXAL SUPPORTZRSund THCSS&3
AVASHITA OIL STONES," I"1"'"
Drugs, Xcdicincs, Chemieals, Ate'
AiUhrOU, March 11, 185J.
" il q SC0VFJ
IL G. SCOVEL.
Chnlic. Dy.entery,DiarrlK, NVusa".S1ut ?
COAl'-n oreat Ameriem
kj wuicu cieawes l,ioiii, i.inen ana &hri r r .
scrrption without the process of boiling ami rubbing J,
hand and for sale by the bar or in boxes. Families amftha
Washerwomen find it good. For salo North sidathemib.
he Square, 3 doors west or the Nashville Inn, bv
-J!!2 JL G. SCOVEL.
IL G. SCOVEL.
LINSEED OIL.-5barreULinseeiIOn. JuVtreceivtd
and for sale by aug? STRKTCH A ORR.
TANNERS' OlL2 casks fanners' Oil oflhoTwat
quality. Received and for sale bv
s-l STRETCH A Ql:lL
L'viU ,0'L-S prrels Pure Sweet and White Lard
a"g7 STRETCH i ORR.
OFERM OIL.barreUltwrnterSnerrnOiL )
Ocmedjind for sale by ang? STRETCH A ORR.
A "OTIC SCHNAFFsTTbaSeT Sheidhas
XX. Aroniatic Schnapps, i pure Holland Gin. Just received
andjor jsale br ang7 STI'ETCH A ORR
Pw" yr A1U R-VNDV.London Port
J. A me; Malaga W me; Sherry Winer, Sweet Malaga Wme;
Jamaica Rum- Prn.t, unnj r . .' '
, STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and ReM Deists ,
' Uirner College and Union streets, Nashville.
CTPVii rAo,,"- ,"5leu anuiorsaIeby
EEJIOVA L.-STRETCH A ORRhliveimov'ed"
their stock of Dniira ... ,ik-
. , , . - , - , v Men ami laj
Store House recently erected on the corner of ColIee
and Lnion streets, (tnown as life's corner,) where tVy w.i
be happy to see all of their customer. 7
STRETCH A ORR,
Received and for sale by
july 21 Wholesale and
25 lbs Fine Ilath nirSpoDire".
Retail Dnippists. t 'orn
Collegd andXrnion Streets.
OURGEON SPONGE.-10 lbs Fine White Surgeon
july 24 STRETCH A ORK.
ASH BALLS. 12 doz. TavWi
J. t-rysialized ash Balls. Received and for sole bv
STRETCH A ORR,
"R?'''.1? Tu,OT K'"S-1S dozT Em
English Tooth Brushes, made from the best Russia
Ilnstles, which are warranted not to come out. For sale br
J"'rS- STRETCH A ORR.
BtHVF-T1 W 'ViI1TK " AXI box BBIeach-
ed bite ax. Received and for sale bv
J s STRETC'H A ORR.
WmTE BOXSET ;HJtV5Tlbs bes?Wh.fe
Bonnet Glue. Received and for sale bv
July 24 STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and retail
Druggists. Corner College A Union St.
AIDS TO HOUSE KEEPING.
THE subscribers have j'ust received from New York the
following articles essential to comfort in House Kern
ing, to which they respectfully call the oKentien cftl La
dies: JrH "rf''' Vme Tin; oral and round;
AHife La ielf, various sizes;
Jrrfff'r.h'Pin9 Mr"" ite., dv.;
Knife Mashers; '
Hasting Ibrts, various patterns;
TvUetlSets, elegant patterns;
G-fee G renter, oval and reuMl;
Cfftt Cms, handsome patterns;
IWwod Salhi Perls and Sfemf
Mutter Minders, in cases, half anil ftua'riersMWnds;
Sugar afters; op
fWSlierrs; TartieU Cutters;
1'ati Pans, various sizes and pateiw
CJmJlmIKshes; la Puaihers; '
Apple Carers; 'taUe Ladl
"tihi'rtrre a$! Pot, &r mdifes; 1, , aad S cup
of Cotreeinthreeminutes; ' "-cuP
aUeMauilers, various patterns;
SUwtach and Fee Warmers;
A great variety of other articles ifnpertant t House Keeu
erSvt n ,o..u SNOW, MeKKNZIK A CO
Nashville, AugiLst 24fh,2S5.
MYEBS A HcGILL.
ntlLIES IX EVEBT DESCBlFTiO.V or
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Ooodx
w.. iOTyc vnt uwr cxnuA or ue Sntare
ru i? lr t. ... i.. r .... i
" """"Vf "'"K"", anu rrencn tbintz, Standm? and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Snaked Silk. Casi.
mere, A igonia Cotton and Canton FUnneL, for Udrf
and gentlemen. Gents Cloth Gaiters, Gloves, Kid and
Silk. Buck. Cashmere. Cloth ru.,nZ wA
Cu? "i?,1? T,? J I?!lie anJ Genllemen's' Gamif!et, Lineii"
I and Silk Uandkerchiefs Stocks, Ties, AVnterftrds Albert,
i Ie Joinrilles, plain. Lmb'd and seKa.rMKtmn. n...!
Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Su.
penders, Silk; A oolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Nik Bal
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Monsy, Ria.D(r and
Strengthening Belts. Robe de Chambre. UBibrellas AValk
ing Canes, Riding A."hips, Trunks. Sol Lather, Vali-s.
uarpet Bags. Satchels, Dressing Cases. AVork Boxes. Toi
letsOpjra Glasses, Porte Monies. lans, AVntin"-Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Comianions. Razois and
Razor Strops, Combs. Brushes, Good veas Cum Go. ds.
Perfumery Toilet Buttles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, nnd
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept bv Fur
nishing Stores. J
EsT AYehavemadearrangemenbiwith our friends at th
North to fonvard us Goods as soon as received by tlieui.
therefore we shall bare goods here in lessthan tea days
rrom the New York Custom House. '
..., 31YERS A MeOILL'S.
Furnishm? Store, College street,! door South of tha
Square. Nashville. octll
FARM FOB SALE. '
IWIsilfoselltheFarmonivhichl now reside S mCesi
from Nashville, on the middle Franklin Tnrniik.. and
containing 100 acres, about equally divided into tLnWr and
cleared land. There is everything on it to rentier it desira
ble osacountry residence, such aa a great varietv ol fru.t.
an abundance of spring and welt water, grass, Ac U de
sired it will be divided into small portions.
For terms Ac, apply to Jonx Kihkm.ix or IoR.A.
Bbows, Genl Agent, xNo. 0S)sj Cherry street, or to
june30 dAwtf. AY.l). GALE.
ES. 100 bbls best Flour; 109 keg tf Nails.
i No 1 Salt; 20 tons assorted Iron;
d Buckets; 5 bbb Brimstone;
abs: s " at,.
VJ 1000 bbls
SO doz Painted
nests or lnbsr s atm.
0 " half bushel measures;100 Plows;
5000 lbs bar Lead; SO bWs No3 Maekerel;
200 bags Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do-
20 bbls SS Almonds:
01 Lanre Peeansr
60 boxes Figs;
w" lobacco. assorted;
tierces Frerh Rice;
o& ktLi rua,i. c-
- ; --, mi uoxes rresii Teas-
20 Whtlnlr!"'10 " ,Ddiga
Together with many other articles, wluch will bo sold
Ll !L" I-IL LANIER, Market st
AVJVrT1 tSIeafe o inform mv friends an5 tt"
rons that I luvc removed to me store on fhecornertr
Ceder and Cherry streets, rrom my old jaj next d
AL-si h inferm them that I have on hand a ehoiee lot of ( i
gap,Snuffs. Tobaccos, and Iipes; those in yvant orirno,l ar
ticles, would do well to call, as I keep a ToBAcLsfsro,
T-t.i t i! J" ll00RE.
. Little Indian, cornerand Cedar Cherrr sfs.
FACTS THAT ABE FACTS.
WIIO does not know Unit Ltoss A Co, keep always 6.1
hand the finest Cignrs and Tobacco to be had m
.mi yie can say io inose wno are ignorant of this,
' request them to call and examine our stock; and tLiy-
will soon be convinced that sueh is the case. Don't forget
"18 Lio'1 t'0"8) Den, No. 19, Cedar street.
TflliniTlltl Wm mmI.,. .'.. . f . I . .
Tobaccos. AVe areiust inmw'ni r. i. t.i.
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisUDg of.vuneofthe
finest brands, fine cut and in plug, For sale either whole
sale or retail by LYONS A CO.,
IS No. 19, Cedar St.
DR. RORERT 31. PORTER has removed bis
residence and oflice to No. 8S, Cellar street, nearly op
osite the Catholic Church. july &- lnx
AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTUBINO COiTPANT. "
V THIS estahlbJiment isnow nrer.arel
I to manufacture still kinds of At ajvua,
nt 1 ni . r - ., .-
wmmiiu Slows Ul cm uricriHll'.T,
and any other farming impliments used inP Lr7, j
this countiy. .TiCS;
The prices for such things will not be more than is paid
for them brought from oilier places. Wo are readv to re
ceive orders for AVheel Barrows and Carts, and other uten
sils for making roads.
dence of Tl ilsnn Mullen, wboje work ia well known here.
M e respectfully sohcit orders from the Planters and Merch
ants in the surrounding counties for our work
One or two good AV'agon Makers wanted"imrnJ.af!r
Good prices will be paid tor first-rate W T
W1I L R E msy be found at all timesa large asjort
i. . . ,entf V1""', Oavk A June's, 1 Mvers
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts i,r !.; :.u' , .
... OKO. C. ALLKN.
laneiU Uwer Market Street.
JAnasn TiioiiAs, - r.c.wmmaiM'
Attorney n Uur,
., ,v , COLUMBIA fEX.VF.SSF.E.
" Pr?,ctlf. thVr Pmfe"ln In the counties of
dec 9-tf ' Uvtente' Lewl d HIekniitn.
PICKETT, MACMUBDO & CO ,
BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W-H-fU'1? SF lUU of t,,e fllTO ofPICKETT, PER
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker J"
ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a
P n- 5F an.a P"0 Commission Bmine,
in this City, nnder firm ofpicxrrr, JiACJiraDO A Co.
Particular attention paid to the sale of Cotton, and 15 tha
shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally.