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DUNCAdtf.. IlOKG.VN- As CO.,
Ao. 7v and il, 'p-.iliU' StluchTj "Ttii&'rill, Tinnief,
HAVEnow in MranmtoSerfi,alaoxl)!irea.vsorl-
Prints..- All itifl'tie-Stvfe;in great variety otpalterns,
also, a r5,Bsortmeiil of Blue. Green. Black and While,
LiiisC).--iftr 'rich bright colors. Plaids, Reds, Blue;
Rufuiets. In Black, Dine, Stripes, Plai ds, colore and
TCTTOTe ssWrHness. fvrtr5fcfifttn: . -
Shawls. An !. :usm aiul beautiful assortment, solid
color, Pjawl i..;.broideiS Ac
Dres Goods.. Plain, Black ani Figured Alpacis,
IF laities Casliineie, Gala Plaid in neat slyles imdricb
colors HUfk, Drab and lipirol Wilt-sied" Surges ' '
VESTIKU3--T.Vvaritor Stylet.. . .
SWISS MUSLINS.. ..
A lsrga assortment gfBroja''Shirtingg,.'.Sli2eUDgj,
Bleached, Lonjot,' (feiljni'gs'Ha : Csps ifce; v
men we xio yuayquvperarjwti ihcnnosi liberal iwmj.
trade mid merJIijTi
am ;oini "if I'uuicJjqttu
Foreign aniQoniiicr Dry (jopdif,
13, PuUir 'junrfCiyfMfnnihK,
HAVF now .n S:-v th ir EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF VA T.r- A VI H'IN'TUIt UOUIW, porchas
jjip Atf- , ttl a much less price than Himilar
umdi ci3 now be hxdrht, mid wliith tlier aim do.ierminej
'taitli Htr-'A tf; nrt.i nm.alid ri Mti'. dealers at
' pnee tlul v ilt&tverubiy coiiijr? '.vilh pure' as made in
In tUn Siia: M uuaj a great rurio y of
. t .' ,
Cissiatia, ' ' Ftunnts,
VEsriN-tk ' . Ja.ts. -SinxeTBi,
Jfcvx; ' . KntBb.';
PftiNiiO ' ' - White fioofes,!
t;in'ui, ' - Jaisn Iitstoi,
Hoot, S!iocfj"ilInt'f Caps, Trunks,
iCnd a COMH.Uir. STUCK OP ItE.VUV-jrAr)KUI,OTII-
1i tBeirproe!it lieavf ?oct tlier will duruiir the fcason,
make ieh acWrtiBUj tS the-NKW'EST IMlt)lllvAtlO,VS.
us will g-.r1V!r.-iocka sirnioo:n" over any eerotrered
in (his jiwrtw.
Thevarr'SOl'' Aanntx for the sale of the superior
e KiiEiiiiiss, 0iiHlinrs-', A;c,
sc., made by
. the Fu v'
-'and "r?r'i iiitl" Htmji niift, which arecheajier
v uUe.Him jekiod;
lmal Und-iof UAIlTKllat the higli-
B LLTNS & CO., I
"WIIor.'nsAl.E Al) ItETAIL DEALKJIS, f
li'o. 21 and 3G, Corner of College and Union streets, J
jXASHMLLK, 77ZA7... j
TAVE fecrtre.1 S.r tho FAU. AN'D 'IXTEIl TRADE t
;1 I ".i.sx hoots, siroKs; n.nv, caps,
TJ;CXA ..V IWt: the I.A11Q1T tTOCK of Goods
tley Iuip evw-oBViiiilhismirket.auiI 1hichfor5wuWjf,
jiVuv ami carton W wpial any btocK in the vuy.
' JIIiTClinill auJ atl oTners' making theirpurchnses in
TtahrilU-. will Iwirfit hilUeir L'TEltl-ST to give our ijtock
un examiiiatioH beliiiadiHjin": .
itr- is, B. JlOU.TNS'A' CO.
J3T' IVtUwr-i. fiiiiwo. llesswaxaad V00l, received in
p3iiPe firfJ!J.-iit i!e.liigli.t maiktt price.
iijtlT '.T 'n f-n
IHP0HIAJZL0.7,' POIl. 1853,;. .
rSl'rOHUAN A CO ,o. f.'l'ublieSqnare, arenow open
mL iu"'thVfr eo.iWW? Stock of STAl'I.E mid FANCY
i v (iouit-i, Itofifc., -St&, Hats and Cups, to which tlier in
vite tin- dlttrriiftn if .Mt-relisnts viitin? N'jslivillp. convinced
Ilu! Cin-ftilcshsHinVionvvillbefBimd to ilwir ad rout are.
" Oar .Mflv'-piirfiia-'1 H h nwnlh of April and ilav. in I
Jlln h,vT,'fcir!-. of(Mtin nml Woolen (itiod.s. will enable
t2H'''o ffMHi trade at 1 educed piicos fmai the 1
,jlit Hbeffrlvr. J
ujrrsirjK'W'i?snp iiv-s iiooiia. ;iom. 1 amieres.
iVt-e-K 15.MU, Sh-K-j-nrW Hats, will be found much hu-cer
thwi uhuL -'
UV are'th v it-s li"lrtie relebratI pooiWmanufucluml
Itr (he I,RI!NO inl SFAUTA Mill, which hare riven
li mirrnal -satWartmn. ,
WV will lir'tso l.ir t!si a the Iii"hct market prices.
'Wool, Ki-alhcns tiinsenjj, Ileeswax, Jeans Ijnwr and
Socks, MORGAN Jt
aui;!0 No. 47, Public Senate.
"H. & b7 DOUG-LAS & Ob" "
'-Importers and Vholcsalc Dealers,
?io. i'uttlic Sitiurn, jaliville?, IV011.,
.SJO W exM Wi im4 tfB"er Sir inle a complete and desirable
f nimsiimaeaaj vonev riiiu 8ioo groaiiy exceeus any
ever oiftml 111 tlii turt uf the couutrv. The strle and de-
mjioI our rVtev Udsare umuuallv beautiful and at-
imeiire. 'Hie p"irchdes have been nude at the lowest I
rieMoe and rgt culi nu-ans could secure. The shipmeuts i
are furtii'.iate in ineetineXieo navigation in tho Ohio and !
K Cumberland nvers so Uut the cost Of tiaalxutation Ls an '
SexceeilincU Miiallite.n. I
Si He aie, Uien-tciiK, Hb'e and aeternmiej to do better lor
Jr. our custonieni and thine (hi may feel dipoed to patronize
" ns than thecan do elsewhere.
t e ra-it reatoer?, Iiibmuj;, lecwar, 001, i,insor and
Yarn Socks, at tlisir hig4ie.t market value.
uU-BTWn II. A. II UOUGi-ASA CO.
JOSEPH F Dl'NTON,
WHOLELALE DEALSR IN DRY GOODS. '
51, l I 1 r S q 11 a 1 e, Xa s h r i 1 1 TtHiwwte.
Fall stud Winter Importations. !
fAS now o:en, for the itiMicction of the public, his full 1
L aud nille ttivk of FiM-eign mid Domestic Dry .
'his carefully relcetel iul well as!orted stock cmf its of I
is Cas.nneres. X-itineis. Silks, rrencli. I-mrl's-h aud
rican Divss (!oo Ii PUin and Fancr Piints, llats. Caps.
mineH. Uuibreilav Carpet Bairs and stull' rtods of all
Owing to tlic favorawe mirch.t.'-es he lias n'ade with
the K-trh markots lie can e8er tlie greatest varivtr and
best seleetK-iiatlhe Vtrj- loijest pricfs tliat can be "found
Pinvite rHO"e"ia'M's to snw iwa call lefi'i-e makinir their
lairelwes clewtittiT', guaiwi teeing touitlhcni itieterv rc-
J)6t. ' " - ' . - - . .
j'w:eri, trtiiseng, iwwbx, o.m, j.meys, arn and
Ctrantrr I'tti toce bonghi at tlie hicI.eM market value.
' augl J. F. DL'NTON.
t'Mt P. STKVKK. aOBLUT 1. VlTIirL-
XTEVKNSON Ar WIIlTj:.
All. CtJltyf street.
TT-A-VE onhandalaigeand desirable slock of STAPLE
JLL AND FANCY Vt GOODS, which thev will sell
.verycteup for cash, in order to reduce their slock before
they receive their Fall pwrrhesv All of tou who like good
baigaiiis give them a caH. " uugl
sold extreme!? low mi cash bv
STEVENSON A WHITE.
"7"E have m hand a largeattd beaiitilul stock of Ladies 1 ) ceived and for sal
1 DRESS GOODS, Miches plain, cheeked mid Inns -jjs-i.' APPIiE
cade Silks; Silk Rubes. Being and Berage RotoSL and a I- rV . i, ' ii; l
large lot of beaufiful Freiidi Muslins all of whuJi u ill Le X ru 1P
NEED LE WO It KS STEVENSON
i .1? A WIII1K ln'f nisi lecciiud a veiy large stock ol
, j-renesi e.ai oorks vlco as i.hui-s, Mn-tes, Uhuuizetts,
Handkerchiefs I dg.ucs 'nsvrtmgs Ribbon Ac, which
thoyare selling at ei ledin-.-d prices for cash augl.
40 "O ' W K-' 1 ' RMM It N ( i" G OO D.s. uTliarejust
r .ill. receivvd a hirne siis k ol Damask, laucn Sheets and
Il.iiHHi Sheetings, Table Duinasks, timi a large lot of Plain
lAien Napkins and Daiuast Torels. Inch w ill be sold vei v
.( low forts by my! STEVENSON A WHITE. "
Vi E.VPLEME?i'S FURNISHING GOODS.
, JJ" AH vouwlioWLsh lo-jmrchaso floths, Casuneies
Vesting-. Liueus IVtent Shlrt, Linen and Drilling Drew
fi'iS llBlf-HuSe, lrie and Silk lluudketchiffs ilmcsaiid
I Cravats, i-all io at S1EVENSON A WHITES, No. t'ol
' lope sliret, forlrseyai selling oir very low foi Cash, in or
Sder tomakeinonifortlioir Falltstin-k. uitgl
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
BECErVED AT THURSTON flc BERNARD'S,
Xo. ! Ci mm! ,S(rret.
low ixn inc. direct fivm the llx
Someoflhoeiry laleft styles ofFall and Winter dress
noolActtiiiiilinTi , if SILKS. IbiicailM. Plai.l Cbol-
Iti it-pit and cUmhi IKaeL. pMsiali Chrfli. aiiilall w.w.l M.,
lliu Delaiios; taieiifeueaaud Mcctr in sots, 1 rencli Nee-
fille Work tlUrs Jteuhite Qlarsaiid Sl.sw-s. nn.l.niM ' M
(IJuen CViiib.nvHc'fs Velvet Ribbons Gimps und Galloons I 50
Jaci(d-nn4ipijs loset-tiogs ami lilgings. Jaconet Bands
Ml HoujeiniC, Ae, Ae. HOSIERY and GLOVES, all
sljadwarUI quaUtwa, Children's and Misses sizes all cul
Iirs, whidi we UK afcriiLj -reri- low. Those in soatcli of
good liisxis, mm at w . jinces wilt do well lo give us a
call. No iaiarReafor thmvmg gol.
' 14'tf 'WIsIRSTON BERNARD.
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTlI'ULllUr of Black and Fancy CASS! HERE
LX. PANTAl,OONSof new styles, and made in the best
tmtitteT expressly for niwfBtailsoies in Nashville.
We have a be.uiiitul tnriTCnt ofBhicfc and Fancy
sred DRESS, HHH K and SACK COATS, with a full
tuekof (iwnlmeu ' r.iraistirogtiOKlsoflhe finest and most
My articles : sm n a.- lil.OVKS". SUSPENDERS, CR A
ATSi STOCK.s.. WHITE SHIRTS, of sm-erior qnalitvf
,ls Davies and .1 ' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, b
Ifleretit qualities; I SUVM SHIRTS tmd DRAWERS .o
Inous qualities and materials' Gentlemen van der.endup
lieing supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea
mablj prices, by calling at our establishment ou Codar
reet,;ncarthc 1 Ufbcc
39 - CLIFTON &-.XBV0T x' : "
NASHVILLE STEAK jA3Bl W0RK3
JAMES SLOAN. 1'ronrietor.
JlAECTTST.,otPOiTKTOKlxi lIOP-tEVrdCitCO- trt0lJ9C, J
MUrttU If xrtrmn u ttt Obi- tlrnui Qjfnt iu Aimmer-anA
' c, vi . , . :
extensile 'enlargements iii my Marble ;
I Works iayJ..CtUiiSa aresucu. tuni l can execute an
, kinds of work in Orejjinst ta.-dcltt! uutmcr and the latest style,
' s cheap M it caif bei6"';j-iif toIf f Hie' liisteni Cities.
t iJycllhisUurrWroouii.ynt flie comer of Spring and
persons lojudge fiirttiipmselrc. Which is the beit metliod.
Uavinjron hand oll'Winls of -Maiblc from KcaM Teunessc-e.
Also, a fineTisortnicnt tf K(ypthui, ItuHait and Arocricaii
MiiWc, which I-vritt sclMow to the traded wholesale "and re-1
tail, lUniJiod cirtrl tin! rocgh state.- - -
A Urpe aiortment of .MoWwnxrs, Tonns, lUmsaXt
Founts, L'bs Vasts,, UaMiim KiacBiisitiinviiSTOsra, Ae.,
can ed and iettcred u order. lxxirifaB 41 abmjc executed
)0 order and Mit t itnypirtcf tlie'tSoulh-W'est as ctaJn a).
it can bepruciired frroa tl.e-East.' tAImk- Miantit' MantcLs,
of every de.-cription, pUiinprcarvod. - Jicabnca Stose, Mild
All orders UU at tnj WarcEuoms on the coruer.Of Spring'
and Bummer streetA, will inoet with irotnpt attention. . 41
. frieijds geocTally will find itlo their intend to call jindex-
mr old ffienda and curtnier for their liberal joJronigS, I .;
, . - . . . . . 1 ... : t -.wtt rlltl-lUCe i
Corner ofSjiring and Sunnier (ttreetji, AaahTiiie.
fehl'J is i "
" " COACH 3IAKTKG.
delict t they intend to crry on COACU MAK-
IXO jn all its brani-his. yrill keep coiiitanllr on hand
Work entrusted to us will 'lietvarranfcd to ho of the best
jrorkinanship and materials! ' ' r -1 '
S9-ULACKSMITU1XG. ETCrvdiscription of BUiVCK-
SUITH'S "VVOKK ciecuteuiu. the, best manner oDjliberal .
tpniiL . u r l t . - ;
SfHOUSE SHOEING. (Tnavem onf employ experi
enecd 1I011SK SII0ER5,hml tfie pnblidtrtay-rclfon-gvti'rr
their horses shod in the neatest mauner. AH workert ctu
to our care will bituifder the'tmciediatc suprir.U:d.a. t
the Kroprietors. and tin palnsTor cipenso' stmred'to feivft sat
isfaction to all. We respectfully -solicit from the public a-
iiDerai snare oi ineir patronage.
feb2 U- CRAM A SHEPFIERD.
1853. NEW ASRAJTGEM3ilTr . 185 J.
giiet NoiiTiirai.v aiaii, route
FromNash.ville to New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
TWO Dailv Lines of Singes leavd Nashville evcrr morn
ing at 4 o"'cIock for Louisraie via the M AMMOTll CAVE
The (hiEvr wosdes op the WoBtTi Also.ivia iTvree
Sprinjrs BowJing.'C.reen, Glasgow and Bards.town, arririnff
ai ijouisiviiie 411c nei uav, wniuunwiy iic uiui.
Three Daily lines of tine Steamers leave Louisville for Cin
'ciunati and Wheeling connecting at those places with the
different RauWds lo all of ll.o Eastern aud Northern Cities.
To New York?::. ' I To'AS'ashing1on'i24.' -To
Philadelphia $24. i Tq Iiiltimore 523. ' " ;
Traveling t''nelosewYorKj8J.ya3's. "Through passen
gers invariably have preference.
For all information or,scat-s apply at the General Stage
Office NiuJiville. Gt II. SLAUGHTER,
Nashville, J one 2, 1858.-tf. Ageut "
K'H. All Ikipg-age atthe risk of the owners.
.rUUNITUHE, CAK1KTIN AND CHAIRS.
G-ttcqe 4hvtt,Jfafl.iillf, Jtimustt, . ,
HAS just received a lare and splendid assortment ol
CA15INKT FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS,
At, which with his former stockj makes one of the largest
and bet assortments ever oflercd in Xahville. Tfiosa
wanting giHxl and substantial articles, would do well to call.
All work sold by me will be wainnted.
Neatly eighteen years experience in this citr, together
with a practical kno'vledge ottbjSlJTlsincJs, givesliim advan
tages in selecting such i tides ns at e unexceptionable in
St vie and woikmanship and flnisli.
'&3 011 "and, a large .stock of Flyir Oil CUth,
S&ir Jjiutjii, liii aixlottn, IjnkXntj Glaive, Matratutt and
CUlf, in great vanetv. All of which will be sold Very
low. Call and examine. aprilSA A. P.
BELL AKDTRASSFOimrJST. '
ilir. hul 'n-T renecllully returns nis
tliank.-to tuc rublic for pat favors, and so
licits a continuance of patronage in the above
"COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every riocriptiou of Jletal; Tutnings Metal
ic Packings, lialbit Metal and OaMings.
Soda Pontits, Genera'ors, Ale Pumps, and Fumpsof eve
ry descnpiiiai manufactured to Order, or repaired at short
Cah will be paid at all times for old copperand brass.
jnueiS ly , , II. COLK.
THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE "iNSUEANCE COMPANY
, OF PENNSYLVANIA. ' ' "
Ojiceon CfJarstreft,t'tr the Mutual Prol&tiai OfTw.)
"( ABSTB ICT OP ASXIHL STATEMENTS TO MAT 1ST. 1S53.)
Assets M.IV 1st, 1SS2 ?209p16 51
PreinmiiH forthe yeai ending. Mar l-t.
Intere-vt on Ixians, A-c
Guarantee Slock, additional to above..
. 67,804 56
Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, it,
to ilav l.-t '
Capital Mav 1st, 1 833 $353,3 IS 70
The rapidly accumulating Capital of this Company is the
best giuruitee of its entire rehibilitv. Risks taken on the
most moderate temis and los es adjusted ami met here.
JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent
Nashville. Mra2sJIS.SS if
'PUIS roaJ now complete. It opens a cmnmuiiicaUon be
JL tween 1'ituburf anil t'liiUJelpbia,orPittburi; aud Balti
more, llj winch Freight fr Jm tliu eiit can teach anoastern
market q .Uokcr and cheaper than by anj of the prei nt rival
oate: Hie, connect with tie daily packets at Pittsburg,
from Kl Ijiiiin, liulsvilie, Ciucinuall, Wlieellnr, and all the
daCerent ;Kluton tlio western waters. Also with the Clsve.
land ami Pill,lurg Hail lload, and Ohioaod tenn,jlvauia
Hail Koad at Hitsbars. Cars ronthroogh between Pittsburgh
and 1'hiladelphia wlthouttranshipuieiii or treigbt, an advan
taffo thai can be apprcciati-d by all shippers.
In case of obrtructloii t navigation by ice or low water
freights westward can ba forwarJed from Pittsburg to Cin
clnUAti, or towns in the Interior by Railroad.
lt.VTK i" VltV.lC.il-C
Between Fitlsburiraiid Philadelphia or llaltmore.
l irit Class. Winter Summer
Dry Coods, Roots and Stationary Roots,) per 1CW lbs
Shoes, Hats and Carnelinjr, Kara and Pel
tries. Feathers. SaU!en.
Itrnwn Sheeting S- Shirting In Hales,
umj:?.liias an-, uiucvtaat dali vuc i i
ffeo. Hardware, Hollow Ware, Machinery,
Oilcloth, Wool, &c. J
85 cts. CO cts
ButlcrliiFlrtlns & Kegs, Candles, Cot-")
ton, In winter, Uucuiikware, Tallow,! 75 cts.
Tobacco, In leaf or "Manufactured, hast- J
ward, fcc. &-c. )
. Bacon, Cotton (in summer,) Coffee, Lard)
and lard Oil, (through) Pott m full ear- i- 65 cts.
toads at owners risk. j
(ico, C. l'ranclsciis.
Freight Agent, Pittilnrg.
I. J. Snccdcr,
Freight Jlgent, Philadelphia.
Mafrrtiiv A: Kons.
Freight Agents, Baltimore
J. L. r.lliott.
Freight jf..V.7 iretft.,Jf. r.
II. It. lZousInu,
Ueit. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
march li), V53 ly
TTAll AN "MEDICATED SOAP.-For render-j
JL ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, whiteand Soft,
lemm-ingsaliowness, cutaneous eruptions pimples, tan,
freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately 1
allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating j
properties presents the fonnatiou of wrinkles and banishes !
them if already formed, eliciting on tho cheek of ago the :
rleanie-v. and sni'Kvthiiess of youth. Prepared by Dr. F, F.
Gouraud. C" Walker si , 1st Store from llmadwav, N.York, j
For sale by tebll GKORGEGREIG.
hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and'
Liquors, put up iu wood aud bottles, and fi.r sale bv
1"1NE A. PLES AND PEACH E!
L ceived, afresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches put up
inglassjars, and lor sale by GEORGE GREIG,
111 EES!-:. 50 boxes Western Itc.-civc Cheese, re j
ebv feM GKORGEGREIG.
C'JIEUSi;. 75 boxes siqierior
c Cheesc.icceivcdand for sale by
T?1GS. On hand nnd lor sale nsinalllpt ot very one
Fics bv feb'i GEORGE GRICIG.
U3I DROPS. A fresli snpplr offinest quality Gum
Droiis of various flavors, just received and for sale bv
fob? GEORGE GREIG.
CtHOCOLATE. A siqierior article of Choudate in
; small sticks and in half poundcake', put up in tin foil,
and for sale bv febi GEORGE GREIG.
1 FRENCH "NEUG.V CANDY-Jttst received by
express n small lot of White French Nrauga Candv put
tip in tin foil and for sale bv GEORGE GREIG.
KEEN TEAS. -oocan-i fresh Gricu Teas, hermet
ically sealed, on baud and for sale by
.1 undeceived, an cxlra assortment
of lllark and Green Tons ofthe finest ntiulitics imtsirt
-o, anu iai lanieu superior, lor ssie ur
Tebl GEO. GttEIG, Union street.
I")ARlv AND LP. YVES -I nodi tcfpiii cliase n itli
) cusli.akiigeon . dy of Chestnut Oak Bark mid Shoj
make leaves, lor '. ug janisise-s. AppI, to X G. Jloore.
. . r I . '
I i .. . i i
Comet Ol ljuioo noil .Tiai kci su e'is. '
iulr27-dAwlf. FREIlKK'K ROTH.
I .VI laurels tHd Monongahela
bbisOId isnuroun t insK.t;o ooi-s .iew i.ngian.l tlnm;
Old Rve " 0 " A.M. Gin;
" Did Re'serre " 20 " Sweet Wine;
int-'mnosOld Cost BrandvtlO ." Old Port Wine:
3 " Holland Gin; i0 boxes Brandy Cherries;
lo bbls old Maderia Wine; 50 ' Claret 'Wine;
20 Indian bbls Sweet Wine; 10 " assorted Coi dials;
loo bbls A. M. Brandy; 13 gals Old". French Brandy;
In store and forsalc low br LANIER-A BROTHER.
SUNDRIES. loo bbls best Flom; ion kegs of Nails;
bbls No. 1 Kilt; 20 tans assorted Iron; .
:'.o doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbls Brimstone;
Si'ticsts of Tubs; 5 " Alum;
So " half bushel measures;! i" Plows;
5000 H bar Lend; 20 bids No 3 Mackerel; '
200b.igs Shot, nssorfed; So kits No 1 ami 2 do;
)hi assorted Detiyijolins; 20 bblsS S Almonds;
50 boxe Cuba Sixes CigarsjiO I jirge Pecans;
51 doz Bedcords nnd Lmcs;50 boxes Figs;
ro bag Race Ginger, 8tKi ' Tobacco, asso'rled;
9f bags Pepper; 3 tierces Freh Rice;
lOboxe Dried Herring; 2 bbl English Soda;
1 cJk Madder; 5o bores Freili Teas;
10 boxes Stoughton BittersjlO " Cromo's best Indiiro;
20 ' B.W. Flour, ext;
TogetherwiUl rnany other articles, which will be sold
low b iiiceli LANIER A BROTHER, market st '
nth - -
PEMOi-S tc CLACK.
. WTrOZSAL OliOOESS
Comftiis5ioa nhS T6rW&fi!lng rcWaBts,-
, l t Cottea ad Tuhaceo Facton,
' JfJrrut of ' .tiblkgi -and CftvrtS ctr.teU,
COFFEE 200 bags.IUo; SO.bags Havana;
..oo.1 ?Qo jjsgnyara; uo Java.
GIGARS-SnSJOOTmp: llavftna: 1S.0OQ Ami
, 100,0000 Cub 6si and Melee Cigars:
CANDLES 2-0 joie.-: Sperm ahlStar; '' '
2o-boiei8terinean'-rra(liVT ' 1 AH - '
iCOTTON 'YARNS A lo Of assorted Nos. Osnubxtrs, kk
1 perioi quauty-ai mauuiacuzrors pricey -
FRUITS lOt) bxs IUsIns, assorted sues;. 6v drums Figs
' SO frails Almonds; 20 tibia I'ecaas;- s-"si
FISH banels-and lia!fbarrels Mackerel; . ; t -c
75 -Kits Mackerel; 1J caAosiSardines? j..
FLOUR 200 bblsGalllgo! 175 Cincinnati; 1
75 do SC LoulS (Harrison';) ; . - .
GLASS SOO boxes Window, all s5xes;i
125-do Qt., PL, and fflt- Flasks;
1 ( ! P0 A Squatt and Jap Jars;
, '. 0 Demijons, lire and three gallons;
raoS-Tentiesseo&nd Pittsburtr. a.-orted. sixes.
.LIQUORS 14 cases. Jxindonltorter quails and p'mtsi '
1 , , 10 cas Scotch Ale "
75 ban-els American arid Fren ch Braiavi1 '
93 do Apple aid Peach "
'40d do' TA hisky, various bnmds; " "''
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum,"
2- do Wine, various kinds; .. sl
loo .Trt n;,t- v: .
MOLASSES liobblsand & BbUreboiled and & House
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; "
150 do Wheeling, " "
PICKLES 15 cases choico asserted Pcdesj
10 cases Tomatoc Catsup;
SUGAR loO hhdsLomsIaua Suirar:
j ; 100 bbls St Loaisaudlliiladelphia Crashed and
rulvensed; SK do- LOal (tovenncfs.-p
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do JL'cpper; . .
10 do Ginger, Race and ground; . , ,
SALT 200 bblsKanawba; 250 sacks line and coase;
"i 135 sacks Dairr and 75 boxes table- salt;
SOAP 100 boxes ban " 50 do Fancy Socp;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
"TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, -assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Ltud. superior article:
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
J'owder, Shot, Saloeratus, Soda, AxesjChains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac
or sat? low tor cash oy PUIK.1AS .&, .CLACK.
SF"Liberal advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs orclean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;. t .
' Dried Friilt, Feathers, Beeswax; Tallow'and Gmsenfe-i
For which we will pav liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
O UGAR. 200 hhds Pri'me'-NewSnear: L
O-fi'i barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaf Sugar;
50 do Crushed do; 10 .do Powdereddo;
T . T j e 1 1 Tmi1..nil.i .. . 1 .... . .
ji usi recen eu auu lor saie or Lun Anus ii 11 AJUIIS.
MOLASSES, SYRUP, &C 150
lasses; 20 bbls Sua
. 10 bbls uolden Syrup;
ceifed nnd forale by
1, just re-
ptOFFEE. 800 bags Green Rio ColTee;
J luo bags l-iguyra Uonee;
50 bas St Jairo Coffee:
25 do Java do, just received and for sale by
may cun AH.ua & UAitlvln.
SALT, NAILS, &c 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
- 500 kegs Nails and Brads, for Sale by
may23 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
CIGARS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
. J 100,000 imitation ao , do;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by
ED WARDS A HARRIS, ,.
CANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles;
20 do Sperm " do;' '
200' do Star do; '
10,) do Mould - -do;
For sale by may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
BBLS No 1, 2 and 8 Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial,
lilack and Gunpowder;
50 bbls Vinegar;
5 do White Wine Vinegar;
100 boxes Soap; '
M do Starch;
50 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed Jo
10 do Pow'd do,
3 tierces Dried Beef,
100 boxs Chewing Tobacco,
100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel;
25 do Salmon;
.100 bxs Scotch Herrings;
20 cases Sardines;
lOObxs M U Rabins;
-20 do Layer do,
'50 qr bxs do do,
5 tierces Rice,
20 frails S S. Almonds,
15 bags S S do,
25 sacks Pecans,
20 do Cream Nuts,
2 cans Prunes,
$ do Citrons,
2 caks Currants,
5 hf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pic Fruits,
20 do Pickles,
50 casks Carl): Soda,
10 hags I'cpper,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
3 do Alspice,
5 ceroons Indigo,
2. hhds Madder, . ,
10 bags Ginger.
20 do Piuc Apple Cheese,
10 boxes Gr Pepper,
100 do Bent's ater Crackers, 20 cases TQughaou's.Bit-
15 do t epper sauce,
20 do Sujptr Crackers,
20 do Soda do,
10 do Picnic "do
50 bbls Water and Butter
25 cases Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Syrup,
200 rcahis Wrap Paper, -100,000
With a great varietv of other articles, for sale bv
f..i " rnu'iniio 1. nil
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
RAN DIEM, W1NLS, i-c 20 qr casks tine Bran
do ao tiranuy unemes,
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 ptics pure Holland Gin,
1 bhd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Croix do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky, .
5) do D D Couutry do.
20 do Penn. Rve do.
100 do American BrandyJ
20 casks jondon Porter,
100 bbls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
20 c-tses Newatk Cider,
in hf pipes do do
25 i do do do
5 casks old .Madeira,
5 do Sherry,
50 K do Port;
50 S Malaga,
50 Baskets Cliampagne,
Anchor, Bonche, A other
25 cases Cordials
30 do Claret Wines,
20 da Muakat do.
In store and for sale by
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
DIcCREA & TERRASS,
I- Corner of Broad and CoUege Streets, Nashville,. Tenn.
Agcntifvr hmiih t Fititburffh and Wheunj,AAX, ami
PALE AXES, PORTER & BROWN STOUT.
HAVE now in store the following, which they will sell
at Pittsburgh prices (transportation added) to-day :
jl2." Bids GWSmith's Pittsburgh' Ale for summeruse;
. 'l50 "Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;
loo do do for family use;
20 Casks Bottled do;
mayzs: ty b. a.
SUGAR AND -MOLASSES 175 Lhds Prime New
- Orleans Sugar;
"75 bbls Ioa', Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
150 do Reboiled Molasses;
; - 100 i bbls do; 20 kegs Golden Syrup; in store
and for sali very low, for Ca-Jtor Produce, by
ruay 21 McCREA & TERRASS.
COFFEi:;FLOUR, CANDLESfAcc 600 bags
Rio Collee; 50 do liaguara do,
200 bbls Sup Flour, various brands;
160 boxes, boxes, and H boxes Star Candles;
75 do .Summer and Tallow Candles;
60 do Doyles Superior Soap; 7 do Starch. For
saleverj" low, by-j maj-21 .McCREA A TERRASS.
1" RON, NAILS, CASTINGS, STEE'L A- AXE&
130 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
900 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
'5000'lbs English Blister, Crawley and Caststeel;
2o Boxes Axes. For sale, bv
may21 McCREA A TERRASS.
1 Cask pure
pipes Brandies, soiiie very fine:'
1 Cask pure Holland Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puncheon Irish hiskv, verv fine;
25 i Casks Port Wine; 5 Casks Sherry;
10)f do Tenneritle;
25 Baskets Chaniiiagne Wine, pints and quarts;
So Boxes Claret wine; lo do Brandy Cherries;
4(1 Bbls Robertson county Whisky;
3r do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
50 do Copper distilled Whisky;
60 do Monongahela Rjedo; 60 do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; lo do N. E. Rum;
3. do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib-
.l ,.., b
imaysij MCCKliA X TEKKASS.
AND CEGAItS. 25 boxesLant-horn
and Annistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do:
30 boxes Muscodara Tobacco: 25 do Keutuckv do:
60000 llavaima Cigars, various brands;
60000 Mela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do;
may21 McilREA A TERRASS.
O ALT. 1400 Bags fine Salt.
1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt for sale low by
I liiaj.i iv i uivaact
S UNDRI1S. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Copperas,
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
I 5 do Alspice; 2 cases Indigo;
60 cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, 3 casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
J 400 Bags Shot, n!orled; 20 Casks Soda;
I 60 Boxes of Jenny Lind nnd QiLtrt Flasks;
100 do Pint aud Half Pint Flasks;
2o0 Gross Mason's Blatking;
100,000 Percussion Cap?; 2 llbls Alum;
900 Lbs. Dried Beef; 4oo Demijohns, assorted.
Tlie above-Will be sold very low at the comer of Broad
n i rlliL, A i: Tenn too
and College streets, by McCBEA A TERRASS.
'may 21 n a.
BANNTNG'S PATENT LACE, OS ABDOMINAL SUP
PORTER, I70R wrak-and delicate persons, male or female, and those
who are afilicled with the following diseases vi.
Weakness ol the Breast, Bronchitis, Shortness or Breath,
Pain in the Chest. Weakness and Bleeding of Ihfc Lungs
Palpitation of Ihe Heart, Dyspasia, Cbstivencss and Piles
Pain in the Back, Spinal Curvatures, and Enlargement of
one Hip and Shoulder, Falling of the Jlowcls, and a Ten
dency to Rupture, Prolapsus Uleri, or Bearing Down, Ir
regular, Painful or Profuse Menstruation, a Tendency lo
Abortion, and Painful Pregnancy, and the bad shape inci
dent to Child Bearing) a Disposition to Drooping, Lounging
and Weariness, common to clerks mechanics, students, '
seaiiistrcsses and others who keep inclined positions
The subscriber has had the exclusive sale of this ccUbral.
ed Jlnice for several years, during which period a large
number hare been sold to those who have given the highest
testimonials of their remarkable curative powers Themost
silisfactory references can be given to persons in the city of
Nashville and surrounding country; furthermore, they are
-recommended by some of tho most celebrated and extensive
i Practitioners of Medicine in Nashville and the adjacent
country For sale by 'H G-SCOVEL
Druggist and Apothecary, North side of the.PublicSquare,
three doors West ofthe Nashville Inn. ' auglS tf,
E. A. HORNS, S.S. WIUXIJIS, jxo.' A. FISHER.
JOHNSON, HORNE Ac CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Commission and Forwarding 'Merchants, and Btorers of :
. . Cotton and Tobacco. -i
"iter of Martrt vi)d Broad Sts.. XashreUe, Tenn.
July 8, 1653,
f I MlHU!t S-PTt&TTh-W
"WJiolcsale Grocers, Produce and
C O M M jljjf SJ. P Ji M, E , p II A N T S ,
rercjBv anil'Domestio Liquors,
-Corner cfClatte and Market streets.
if-XTAVE now in storQ end 'for sale at very Reduced prices
JLL fcr suh
2t0 itogsnearts choice iSew Orleans Sugar,
1 w uutj uixn .Tipgar, 00 ppis 1 owaered au .ar.
i -ano bags, very siiptncr Rio Coffee.
i- 00, brS
Is choice re-botfed Molasse;
loice re-boifed JrnlasspA
1- . ivv i.oiera .tails, oest branus
i . 'j200 barrels New-York Mills Flour,
4' 1 loO boxes Star Candles. ' r,o tmiea
I . 1 I. . I"-. . V 1 ... ,
Co boxes Pearl Starch.
200 Reams Wrap Paper, -J
"50bblpure Cider Vinegar f
r- 1 1 i rr I
i. . . 50.UU0 tine Regalia Cigars,
lWbxs Tobacco; vrs brd-. 900 bbls Ohio Whisky,
50 doz. ifroo;i.s.
100 do Bourbon Rye and.
.' 1. cafkbeH Dutch jtaddef, 100 bbLA Kp'pes American
'.SD' do upcaxbSoihi, ,i Bruudy,
. 50" bag black Pepper, . 25 bbls A ruericsn G in.
" -PT."!.? f!!. c.-. ,1 w- l.-tj
0 hots Old uu no.
10M bags fine A coarse Salt, 2." do JJalaga Wine .
lOOt) bbIsNo.I Kanawa do, Dp, da 1'ort do . ,
10 bbls Madeira and Tenneriffa Wjne,
-1'' '6 pipes.supei ipr Old Cagoac Brandy,
! i2 do do do Champaign do
k- fco barrels Walket's Summer Ale.
... .jlh a gret variety pf rttherarticles in the Grocery line.
wl GROCERIES, A-c, Arc.
. e rk,IIHDS N. O. Sugar; 20 bags Got. Java Cofleer
j j zw Dagsiiioioiiee;-
50 barrcb Molasses;
60 M do;
100 Packages of Mackerel
r in .barieisrlialf barrels
10 Kite No. JC. Salmon;
20 boxes Scotch Herrings;
.100. dd .Sardines;
iSoVoxes, U bxs, and
20 do IjhH 46r
10boxcsD.lt, do; .
10 barrels Crashed" do;
10 do Powdered-Sugar,
120 dq ClarUied dtV
00 boxes Stearine Candles
50 do Star do;
rt.i J .T. , '
ou uo aiarcn;
,60 do Si
5 casks extra cured dried
. dxsai. li, Katstus;
50 barrels Cider Vinegar;
20Q kegs Nails, all sizes;
60 boxes Chewitig Tobacc,
10 boxes best Smoking To
bacco; 60 Chests and boxes Green
and Black Teas;
4 Tierces. Rice:
5 Casks Zante Currents;
' 10 barrels & S Almonds;
" S,do Pecan Nuts;
2 do Cream Nuts;
2" da Eng. Walmits:
10 Casks S Car "Soda;
20" bags Black Pepper;
.- o nags .ispicc;
Willi numerous other articles.m the grocery line, osd fot
ue low lor cosn or goou paper oy ...
E. S.CHEATHAM & CO.
FINE BRANDIES,- WINES, &c, A:c
203 pipes pure Brandy, different brunds;
iy3 uo superior do, old;
' . 5) do superior do c.ld:
50 baskets Champagne, different-brands;
5 quartercasks Madeira Wine, old and tine;
' ; 20 do do do; -
4 ' do- Sherry do line;
5 do fine Poit do;
20 dO'grtod Jo do; ' : " : '' ' " "
10 bbls Pure S M Wine; ' ' '
2 pipes Holland Gin;
2 casks Jamaica Rum;
10 boxes' assorted Cordials;"!
25 do iCIaret Wines;
6 do CuracoaAbsyntheMaraschina;
100,000 Imported Havana Cigars;
30,000 Domestic Cigars; for. sale br,
deco E. rf. CHEATIUM & CO
DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 500 bbls rcct'd Whisky;
100 bbls D. Distilled Whtskv, superior,
10 do old Rye WhUkr, Pn're;
50 do N.Y. Pale Brandr,
10 do N-E.Rimi;
20 do S.M. Wino; for sale br,
idec E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
ARS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old.
150 bbls refined, sugar Richland Refining;
2o uo r. it. iOai sugar;
'20 boxes D R Brrokliu Loaf Sugar;
20 bbls Crushed do do do;
20 do" Powdered do do do:
-Ju$t received and for sale low for cash by
Japl KJ5 CHEATHAM A CO.
FLOUR ! FLOUR ! : We have in "store 500" bbls
Flour, ftesh gitmnd and warranted good.
Also. 200 bblsStlmisMilN, 7oo bbLs Ugan Mili
200 do Mason's Red River, 600 do OreiidofTs.
All choice brands which w e offer (o ihe trade at low
rales. janS E S CHEHTHAM A Co.
VSSWARE. 200 boxes Quit, Pint, and HaUPint
30 boxes quart bottles; 60 boxes ass'd tumblers;
SO boxes jars gallon, half gallon and quart;
2 casks tine decanters. For sale by
dec. i .. US CHEATHAM &. Co.
SUN DRIES. loo kegsiails, assorted sizes;
50 boxes Inghom A Armstead's Tobacco, very su-
20' barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Ijixington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitabfe for family use; 1
25" gross of box Matches;
A few barn'liof tsat s-tmeold Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of fineiplarified Sugar, together itli a general assortment of
Groceries, at wholesale or retail,at No. 2D, College street,,
opposite Sewanee House. fmayllj R. F. BELL.
I A. U.N IKK. E. t-AXlEC
LANIER Ar BROTHER,
Commis.n'oii ami Foncardimj Merchants,
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors;
septt Market street, Nsltville
- s PICKETT, HACKURD0 & CO.,
BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
xr. ir oklkaxs.
WM. S. PICKETT ibW ofthe Arm hfl'ICKETT, PER
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav
ing associated tliemselves in bu.-iine.-s will conduct a
Banking ami General Commission Business,
in this Cily, under Grm of Pickett, Macmchpo A Co.
'articular attention paid lo the sale o 1 1 otton, and. to the
shipment of Supplies and Mercliatidise generally.
W. C WlUTTntiKhx"
JAMKSIl THO MAS,
Attorneys :i l.axr.
HyWill practice their profession in the counties ot
Maury, Marshall, Oiles, Lawrence, Lowis, and Hickman,
dec !). tf.
JOHN SULLIVAN A- SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and
Western Produce GeneraUy,
. References. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq
Mcssis. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. juneJ fim.
W. 1L GOKDOX, C B. BEV.AX.
W. H. GORDON CO.,
AUCTION A COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise, generally,
jan 1 x niinixF, texx.
" aTV. ifxxi "' '
ATTOI1.NEY at law.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, n.l will
give prompt attention to colicctiiig and any other business
iu his profession. feb 11
0. XACGUKGOK, X. K. ALLOW AT, J. KA.VKUKAI).
MACGREGOB, ALL0WAY CO.,
C O M M I S S I O N M E R C II A N T S ,
55 St.Chakles Stueet, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
N. E. ALLOWAY A C0M Nashvdle, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
ments to us sep!6
L. HT SIMPSON T0NS, "
Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignes, A:c.,
XO. 19, HEAVER STREET, XEir TORX.
And Roe li Bastip'!. Bor.PEtux. mayl6 ly.
WEBUS & RAWLINGS,
GROCERY, COMMISSION 4 FORWARDING I.TER
CHANT3. Main rtreei, one door Xuit'.of Onion, MtmjJii, Trnnextee.
HAVE on hand a full supply of Gr.-ceries, Bagging,
Rojie, Bacon, Mess Pork, laird. Candles, Flourj Ac,
which they will furnish to their customers on the usual
All Cottons Shipped to tlem by water will be covered by
an open Policy unless written across the face of the Bill of
Lading, at the time of shipping, no Jnturance.
J3f We are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
WEBB, RAWLINGS st CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS!
aViA 53 Girondflei &trtet, Stic Ortrant.
A riT-.l mir fi-innila wtiAteisli fiiililiinn dol.n lnKA,l,tr
ped to our house iu New Orleans can call on us at Memphis f
or address as at N. Orlci- s iulv2U-eni.
ISf Eagle A Enq., Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville;
W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six mouths, and send in bill.
R. F. BELL.
Wholesale and Eetail Grocer, Dialer in Foreign and
- - Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding- and
i Opposite Sewauce House, College st, No 23.
HERRMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Musis, Instrumental Music and
Terms One Dollar a Les.-on, tiayable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, w ill meet witii prompt attention,
feb 2 ly.
U. C CAltCTlI. WM. TL'Rr.r. J. c. ofcw
CARUTII, TERRY' A DEM.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154, Marttt St.an.1 25, Merchaut St., Ph&iJflphiti
CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GPJFFIN HOUSE
THIS well known Hotel situated within a Tew steps
of the passenger car landingof Ihe Western and gjij
Atlantic railroad is now open under tliesutiervision of34ii.
Thomas Crutchlield, assisted bvMr.J. W. F. Bryson and
Idv. This Houe while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Griffin acquired a very high reputation as a first class hofcL
The present proprietor having secured the services of CoL
Grifhn's barkeeper, aud havingpurchasedhis most excellent
cook and house boy, and liavingfamished the house entirely
anew .hopes to. retain its high reputation and meritpublic
patronage Passengers can be accommodated with an omni
bus to and from the boats THOS. CRUTCHFIELD,
rjENUINE SCIIEIDAM SCHNAPS. Webave
VJI a lesy oozon ot this tine Lignor.
F'or sale at a low
LYONS A CO.
No, 18, Cdar jtres
DR. ROGERS' LIVK&WOETH AND-TAX I
J FOR TUE COMPLETECORB OF '
I Covfa, Chide, Tnjluensa, Atthma, HronchUU, rpitHnq Df
Blood, and all other Lurvj CimvlainU tending ta,
THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY!
EEADERt have you a Cough, which you are neglecting,
"under the idea that it is only a common "cold, that it
wtlPsoon "wear Itself out?"? Letafriendtelljou.inalld.
neisr what will soon be the.probablo result
in asnon tune, it you continue to negieci yourseit, you
-:lt )mn In fa.) . c.n(. nf tirr)itr-.pc4'nrTirnnrnTi-i-Mw.ai
the chest accompanied withirequeot shaip darting pains.).,
. ,i 1. H ... 3 .. 1. :
a uuu u urjr, oaukiiii jiivj;u, niitm:. ui,auunucajuumi
nnvthintr it will bo a thick and vellowisli. or white i'rnthv
r malter, streaked, perhaps, frith bcxd. If yon sttU take no
medicine, these unpleasant srmptoins will increase, and you
will soou have Hectic Fete r. Cold .Chills, Niglit SwaiaCopi-
ous Expectoration, and then Great Prostration, if you still
neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see vou consign
ed to the pave, leartngyour friends to mourn Low rapidly
CONSUMPTION did its work, and linrricd you away.
Frierftl! have you no cause (o be' alarmed r Iii the above
sketch you may see as-fn a glass, bow every case of Con .
sumption progresses, with more or less,nipidily,.to a fatal
termination. Of,alI ho Thosands,and Millions whom this
great Destroyer ias gathered to the tomb, every single case
began with a Cold t If this had been attended 'to, all might
have been well but, beingnegjected, under tlie fatal delusion
thatit would " wear itielC "it transferred ifs deadly action
to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there tmj fortnatiori'
of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the
flame, until these tubercles began to soften, aijd' suppurate f
eavmg, uytiteir ulceration, great cavities m Ihei.ungs. i
liis crisis the disease is vcrr difficult oFeure. and oftetitime'
sets at defiance all human means
In tho latter or worst stage, this medicina.wSl oftentimes
arrest ihe disease, or check its progress, and wUl always ,
make the patient more comforta ile, and prolong liislife, and '
la.ueicioic nvi luyym inaj; uui in iia incipiru. oriormmj
periods. Consumption is as curable as anr other disease, ani
ii. IKlgUS UIUl'U 1JIIC1HU1UI, 11U, UJ1 lUClUUagUH,
if taken attliistime. will cure Jt JT AS SURELY AS IT
ISTAKJ:NI;SI This is strong language, liut -ecan refer
you to numberless living witnesses to prove that it is TRUE!
And therefore, we eaniestly.exhort every. mati,.woman and
child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med
icine by you in the house; and whenever you lake Cold, do
not "let it alone" to work mischief in your system, bul eradi
cate it thoroughly, at once, brtliis power, liillr healing com
l..,.. : .,r T : . i. t r. i t . ,
pound and leave jour Lungs uninjured, to carry you in full i
vigor to' a good old ago f !
Have' jrou 'delicatvwcskly thildren; who are 'always taking
cold, and subject to Croup? Remember There never was
case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold I And
when your child goes to bed wheezing and coughing, you
know not that, before morning. Croup may4 not st in, and
ere you can get a Phvsician, your dear child, may be beyond
the,reach of .help. We beseech you therefore, as you value
the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in the
house, and when vour little ones take cold and commence
coughing, give it to them at once, ami rest not until the cugh
j is entirely subdued., We conscientiously aver, after the
-j most extended experience, that if thisadvice were followed
no- cnua need ever
DIE OF CROUP,. -for
the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at th's ag
gravaled and fatal stage. Let every Mother, especially, beed
well these remarks that she may not hereatter, when mourn
ing over tlieearly blight of some cherished blossom, have
occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect
It is an old adage, that 'to be forwarued. is to be forearmed."
! ParenUl so let it be in your case.-
lie sure to asir lor ur. A. KogersSyrup of LIVERWORT,
TAR and CANCHALAGUA, and let no other be palmed on
you. SCOVIL A MEAD,
i 111 Chartros Street, New Or'euns,
Wholesale General Ageuts for the Southern Stales, to whom
all Orders and applications forsgencies must be addressed.
Also sold by BERRY,
- Atlaxta, July 1 , 1S53.
, , DR. WM. McLANE, '
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT- DOCTOR.
I")ESPEU1 FULLY announces to the citizens of NashrilX
V nd vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
deuce of fourteen vears in the South, and psrmancntlvla
catcd himself in South Nashville, at the comer of Wasi
iugton and Pearl streets where he may at all times be fount
brthose who may wish to.cousiilt him.
"Ue basin his po.-ises.iion many certificates from men (
eminent standing .certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases of tlie following diseases, vi Ner
vous Allectfons, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions Rheinnaiisms Weak Lungs. Fits. Dropsies
t Cancers Ulcers, Scroffulous Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and
oiuer iiciooracs; iaiiuiv I'iseasea oi luciuoneys .ier
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Di?ea.os 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 much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
hisefiorts heretofore, to obtain ihe "confidence amfcatrouaL'e
ofthe sick and afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
tSJTAll Lettersaddressed. post-paid, to South Nashville.
TO ALL WHO SUFFER WITH ANY PAIN.
DR. T. J. COLllURNr-Dentist. T5r?5S
TakesthLs method ofiniormingthe nub- tTCf5Sr?.
... .... i ?. i - ... i-- -i,. :jw .
uciuat i.e is locaieti pernianeniiy at iienion,
:, 27n,JJZS ..'T'.rf'
ncatl v executed, from partial to entire sets He will- visit
vi ';. . i""'
occasionallvi Jackson, Tenn.; and surrounding towns for tlie
purpose of doing plate work principally,. Persona wishing
new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to beof service to
them, are solicifed to patronize him, with the assurcane that
satislhctinn shall be given. FosmvrLV. or no pa ortl4 ly.
H. G. SC0VEL, " "
Dinggist and Apotbecar)",
Xorth sklr tfUtf J'vUle Skivart, 3 iiws Wtel of tie
, , ' AaXt!ue Inn.
Wholesale and Eaiail Dealer in
Paixt, Bin sues, PtRrDKERr,
I'owdcr, Oils, Dts Srurrs,
F'axcy Articles, Shot, Vakxishes,
, . Glass; Glvssware, I.mp.
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
VTERO AUDOMIXAL SUPPOliTEESuhdTSVtSLs
WASHITA OIL STONES.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemieals, Ac.
XatlcilU, March 11, 1853.
l WJIUTP. Li:.VD N)kegs, Puieand No. 1 White
j V I Iad, for sale low for cash, by
I septs It. u. SCUVEU
ri"qBACCO.--Langhorn A AnuUtead's U-st Gold Leaf, ce;re orders fjr Wheel Barrows and Carts, and otherutcn
JL Tor sale wholesale or retail by I sils for making roads.
, -ePt- H. G. COVEL. j The Manufacturing of Waggons is under the Supcrinten-
JL ooiii oi wnicuiue siiucrioer.csm recommend as pos
sessing extraordinary curative powers in cases of Cramp,
viuooc. ov.seiiirn, uuvrrou-a, .,ausea, AC, lorsaie PV 1
sept-2 J II. G.SCOVEL. 1
SOAP The ijmtt America Sivi LVmAiaif't Suip, !
which cleanse Cloth, Linen and fabrics of every de- j
Fcription, without the process of boiling and rubbing, on I
hand and for sale bv the bar or in boxes Families and the '
N aslierwomen find it good, lor sale North side thepub
lie Square, Sdoorswest of the Nasliville Inn, br
Mpt II. a. 'SCOVEL.
"! rATCIIES.-7." gross Charles Patrioge's Wood Box
1) L Matches, rorsaw br
H. G. SCOVEIi. I
T INSEED OIL. i ban els Unseed Oil. Just received
XJl anil for .ale by
aug , STRETCH A ORR.
OIL.- s casks Tanners' Oil of Ihe best
JL quality. Received and fur sale bv
aug 7 , STRETCH A ORR.
LARD OIL. 3 barrels pure Sweet and White Lard
Oil. Just received and for sale bv
j aug7 lETCUAORll
. (JpERM Oil,. 2 larrels test Winter Sperm Oil. Hc
j O ceived and for sale by aug7 STRETCH A ORR.
A" ROMATIC' SCHNTiM'S. 1 ljarreTehiTiali?s
Aromatic Schnajips, ipuie Holland Gin. Just receired
andfor sale by ang7 STRETCH A ORR.
PURE WINES AND BRANDY.Londou Port
Wine: .Malaga YA me; Sherry AVine; Sweet Malaga Wine;
Jamaica Rum; French Brandy. "Received nnd for sale by
niur.iv.tt .V uiili, lio!eaie and Ketail Druggists.
pr College and Union streets, Nashville.
1") EMOVAL. STRETCH A ORR have removed"
1 their stock of Diugs, Ac- lothe newandlarpe
Store House rect'iillr erected on Ihe coiner of College 1
....a rr..:..., . 4 -. s l .ft s
mid Union streets, ( Know n as File's corner,) where they wil
be happy to see all ot their t tislnmers . "
STRETCH A ORR.
1 ATIILVG SPONG
!5 lb line BathingSponge.
STRETCH A OR ft.
JL) Received aud for sale by
jury 24 Whole.-
,!e and Retail Druegisis, Corner
Ci llego and Union Streets
URGUON SPONGE. 10 lb. FinoWbiteSureecn
pongeforsiilcby july 24 ' STRETCH A OKI!.
rpAYLOR'S MASH BALLS. 12 doz. TayioTs
ju urysiauzcu ui nan, iteceueii and lor sale liv
july 2 1
SThETCH A ORR.
i T7NGLISH TOOTH JiRI SHKS
12 doz. Fine t
Jf English Tooth Brushes,
nindc from the best Russia I
Bristles, which arc wanauted not "to come out. For sale by
July 24 STRETCH A ORR. .
TikE - ..C.U. - E.!
Cl? x "
LEACHED WHITE WAX. 1 box lino Bleach-
ax. Reieived and for Sale by
STRETCH A ORR.
GLUE. 40 ibS besl White
et Glue. Received and for sale by
STRETCH AORU, Wholesale and retail
Druggists, Corner College A Union Sis
Q UN DRIES. 10O bbls best Flour; M0 kegs of" NaibJ,
0 1"-I0 bbls No 1 Salt; 20 Ions assorted Iron;
30 doz Painted Buckets; 6 bbls Brimstone;
20 nests of Tnbs; 5 " Alum;
20' " half bushel measures;100 Plows;
S000 lbs Utr laad; 'M bbls NoC Mackerel;
200 bags Shot, assorted; 0 kils No 1 and 2 do;
1U0 as-sorted Demijohns; 20.bbls S 8 Almonds;
50 boxes Cuba Sixas Cigars; 01 " Large Pecans;
5o doz BedcOrds and Lines; 50 boxes Bigs;
60 bags Race Ginger; 8H) " Tobacco, assorted;
25 bags Pepper; 3 tierces Fiesh Rice;
,5t boxes Dred Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cask Madder; 50 boxes' Fresh. Tea-';
10 boxes Stoughton's BittersjlO " Crome's best Indi
20 " B Wneat Flour, ext; " ' "
Together with many oilier articles wbich will bft'told'
low, oy uecl4 J-11. LAMER, Market st.
f - '
r f ;
A CA Et I- I beg leave toinform my friends and
Jtx rons" thst I have removed to the store on the corner
I Coder aiul Cherry streets, from my old stand next door.
Also to icionn tlieni Ihal 1 Have on hand n choice lot of CK
gars, SnujEs Tobaccos, and l"ipes; those in want of good ar
ticles, would dowel! to call, a 1 keep :t Ton itfoxjsT Stoke. '
Little Indian, cornerand Cedar Cherry sis.
FACTS THAYAHE FACTS.
WHO does not know that Lvox A Co, keep always on
band the finest Cigars and Tobacco to be Had in
.lown. All we can say to those who are ignorant of this is
to request them to call aud exanune our stock, and they
will soon be convinced that such is the cae. Don't forget
the Lion (Lyons) Den, No. ltf, Cedar street
Tobaccos. We are just in receipt of a 'large lot of
smoking an'd'chewing Tobaccos', consisting of some of tha
finest brands, fine cut and in tilug. For sale either whole-
sslpor-retailhr- ' " LYONS 1 CO.! .S'i A
i july 18 , - V. .;;' 'q.l3,CedarSf: r
s :c c
'S 3 S' Z s tr
-5 5? Z''J- Oi
i fi J - it aci
r a k ; oi aj
- S g o g S SSj
f 5c?.E3 -3"2 6r
2 j " o
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL A CUNNINGHAM,
No." 47, College St.
ARE now receiving their Fall supply of Hnrdtvare
and Cutlery direct from the ma'nufuctmers m Eu.
rope and America, lo which they invite the particularatten.
Hon of Merchants Tisiting Nashville for their Fall stocks.
Their stock in store and daily coming to hand comprises a
fidl assortment of Blacksmith's and Caqienter's Tools, Cut
lerr. Guns and all articles in their line.
They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
the very highest market price in exchange for Hatdware,
or in payment of debu. angIS
IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE AND
HAVE received their Fall Stocr, which is large and j
well assorted To those who wish topnrcliase for
cash, or to prompt and responsible men on tiu.e. Ihev will
sell at prices that will favorably compare with any other
market. Amongst the various articles comprising their
jmock inev nave
POCKET and TABLE CUTLERY, i
vND GALVANIZED TUBING;
PUMP FIXTURES AN
PAT. STRAW CUTTERS.
AXES AND CHAINS, CARPENTERS' TOOLS;
R1FL-BARRELS, BIkCKSMITHS' do:
GUN LOCKS, MILL AND XCUTSAWS.
A large quantity of double and single barrel Shot Guns
Ml) KlHp Rt liniKunMf trv .r m.
Fealhets Beeswax, and Ginseng taken at the highest
market rales fsepl!dlm
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
OARRIAGESl! CAUUIAGCSI ! 1
THK sabscribertakes this method of returning his most
sincere thanks tohls friends and the bublirreDerallr. for
tho patronage he has already received, and wonld say to
them, that he now has on hand Ibe Lai I Rest and Itest
assonmrnioi vtunri everenrred inluls market; from tao
llghtTKOTTING SULKV lo Uie finest CAKKIOLA CAK-
K1AGK, all ot my own Manufacture. '
Persons from a distance can rest assured of alwar finding i
something that will suit their taste, "if In the shape of a
Carriage." I have the best Workmen lo du my '
Work. Call and see mv assortment. I
K.B. I am prejiared to build Work to order ashort no- I
tlce. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will .
sell or repair at as low a price as any good builder.
Jy. 14. Iaiwer.Varket Street.
1U 1 llt;rultl,lU. THK subscriber
X begs leave vo stale that he still
uuscnoer ' 1fy . 1
carry on 05J'' i
:sjs : ,
the COACH ASD CAKRIAGK Bli
at his old stand on North Market st.twodoors '
below II. & B. Douglass, dt Co. Keeps constantly onbaod
a large and well assorted stock from a light Buggy to a Ctr-
I continuat!on.hoplng bj cheapnessdarabilitv.i.dgood work-
' niarviiinto mcniyi
Jan 2 ly.
GKO. I SLOAN.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILOBLNU ESTAB
A7i. 11, C7ir Street, &'-e Jvrt Jrvm the PMie Sjnare,
.Ttinnn T . .1 . , t, f . ,
i tj' nr.nr, mav oe iouuu a ciuuccanu wen selected xj
; slock of Cloths, Casimeres and Vesting, alt tt
of which will be made up to order in the most Fash, if1!
ionable Stvle and at as short notice as can be done many
ciiv in ine umou. anu ai prices :o sun uie limes.
l(endy Made Clothiug. Coats, Pants, and Vrtsof
all kinds. A liue assortment of Men's Furnishing
(JooiK: Silk and Merino under Shirts Shirts Slocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cruvats, Pocket Handkerchiefs silk
and linen, Shirt collars. Umbrellas, Ac,
JSpGaniieuts cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine. fur 1 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent. '
AGRICULTURAL liANUFACTURING C0PANY '
f??3?aCl Tttfst ...l,1.-.l Liutw nmviM.1
j . - . . . . . ........ ,-.,..
to manufacture ulil kinds of Waggons,
'Carts and Plows of every description, '
and any other farming implimenU used in!JJvc
this country. f&.
Tht Tri- ftr snMi iiiTrirwJ trtlt Ttti tu rrnimfiitniit tit
Weresoertfullv'solicit orders fmm Hip Plantprs and Mprrh.
ants in thcsurrouiiding counties for our work.
One or- twogixsl Wagon Makers wanled immediately
Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
junel5 laiwer Market Street
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 01
CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLARS!!
Chartered by the State.
rriHIS Company having; fully organized, is
JL. now reauj 10 ias.e nsas on ail descrip
tions of property, against loss or damagej.br-
fire. also against penis of the sea or inland nav- w v
igation. I"ropositions for insurance will be received at the
office of the Nashville Insurance ami Trust Co., College St
A. W. JOHNSON, President
J. S. Das ai ell, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct. S, 1852.
CHARLESTON, SOITU CAUOUXA.
Capital $250,000: All Paid In.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
i seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College Street
se"plS JOHN S. DASHIELL, Agent
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
opposite the Verandah, w ill insure on thn mutual prin
ciple, nouses, jiercuauuize, c, against Lflss or Uamage by
rire; Dieimiooats on any ot ine vv estern waters
""-i"""' Inland Javigation and the Cargoes ol
every description against the Perils of the Seas a
Also, the Lives of persons in gnod health, for a single year.
for a term of years, or duriugiife. Also, Bank Notes trans
mitted per mail.
' All persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may par.
M". S. PILCHER, Iresident,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice Iresident
C. J. F. Wharton-. Secretary. f janl
TENNESSEE MAliTNE AND FIRE INSURANCE C0H-
ANY. CAPITA- $150,000.
OFFICE on the North side nfthRPiil.lip-sf,,,,-. mMs. '
V ) between the Nashville Inn and the l'kntPrsMnk. '
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de- .
I scnption against tire : on Steamboat and Gnnm nimlnM fir.
andthertskpf theritcr; on the Cargo of Keel Boat, and
I ouiernvercroius anu on sea vessels ar.d other cargoes, on
I the usual terms JOHN M. HILL, I'restdeiit
I JosErn Vault, Secretary.
I ' Dibllto&s Alex. Allison. John M. HilL V. "R.
u- Fg& James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, .Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob MtGavock.
Corner of Sixth and Main Street, i
THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends 1
-and the traveling public in general, tliat he has leased
tha above named Hotel for a term of years Having gone to
a gre it expense in refiling and refurnishing the sume, so I
that it is now second to no hotel in Ihe West. Hoping by j
strict attention to business fo merit a liberal share ot the !
public favor. J.MOSHER,
Formerly of the Nashville Inn
iXMiLseine, Juiy i'j tw o ura.
NOTICE. I shall iu a few days be in receipt of my
Fall stock of
I Comprising all the latest and most fashionable styles for
Parlora, Hails, Chambers, Ac, toge'her with a large variety
of Fire-scre: nt Window Paper. Ac '
W. W. FINN, 41, Market St,
between Union and the Square.
JOHN RICHARDSON, -
BARBER AN1 JIAJR DRESSER,
No. 22 Ctan SraEBT.
WOULD resjiectfully inform all who have any use
for Ihe services of a Barber, that he has at tlrs time
in his employ a number of the best and most experienced
operator that ever handled a tazor or a pair of shears in
Nashville. His shop is fitted up neatly, and geatlemen.may
always confidently rely upon prompt attention and cocafors
table sharing. Ile hopes to continue to receive a liberal
share of encouragemeut from an intelligent public that
knows how to discriminate between ''gilt and gold o'er
dusted." ' aug 17
TJ'LO UR. 30 barreli extra St Louis Klourjost receired
JC by oct6 ' lOn.SO.V, HORNE i CO.
EH , d
: t l I a -z ?.
- " -to
7 id SSiss
I 1 5
L 1 t '
L KATES REDUCED.
JrpHE Nashrillo and 'Chatnoogo Railroad jJlrT
I X Company, and tha Tennessee River .M.. it. -WUKUm
1 i ir.i,rt.t; nnmranr.tuTt adopted the w -
foUowfng rates of TTansfjoitnioncHireigtitbetweeivaslis
fille, Tenn., and tho Tariotzs landings on the Teanesse
FROM NASHVILLE. TO
i J'-rfCt.ta-Boats .SiftejJ
! lfSU,Boanets, DryTodsT
( CtBrlv,i;lt;ars in boxes
orcases.Tln Ware.Clntts '
Vooden Wira, U ghtaod !
Mollow Ware. Outings,
1 Wool, Feathers, Ginseng-
a i bu m ,j rao jus a a a Le m -on's.
anil Flora Ware,. Teas,,
Drugs In kegs and boxes'
Saddlery, Candies, Cnn
fectioDanes, ir ICO
Scenes Class Sugar,
Coffee. .Molasses, Avails.
Tin. Plate. Bar am! Pig
Lead, Pith in barrels,
ke$s, Kits, lie. Win don
Glass, Cottan tarn. Do
mestics, HempandRags .
Jn bales. Tobacco in box.)
es.Rlce, Bides, Bale Kopef
BaRjlr g, Cordge,Leaih-k
erjn rolls and bxs. Hard'!
-ware la c rates ana boxes,)
Lead aid faints la ejs,l
Clover Seed, ChecjeJ
Candles, Soap, Butter,
Beeswax, Oils, Brands,
Wlae ard other Hqnots,
L . sO - .
pvriuv 1US.. ....... ......
Lard aud Park In threes!
or bariets. Bar I'ooJ
heavy Castings, Rrlnll
islone and undressed!
Marble Per 110 lbs.. ...."I
SI Ml SI Wijl WH 52 CO
Salt, per bbl.
Flour, per bbl, and Salt
I uu 1 tot 1 K
Poller- Ale.sbd IJomf.
? -" 1
tie liqnori, ptr bbl of4ul
1 Tirl I 7W 1 7W
gaions. ......... ........
Lard. Linseed, or other
Oils of TennsssecMsiiu-t
1 70)3 6f 2 14
i-owuer, securo.y pack
ed in casks orbogsheads
per Kfl pounds.....
Carbon. Mineral Ai-M.
1 30' J 30! J Mf 1 3T 1(0
'! ' i ' -
(t CompaD) couveu
tence.) i-aeh j.
2 Silk 9 Sol 9 So! 9 kI 3 00
Plano Fortes.boxd....L u 10
IUL 1U IX-) 1 C4JL 12 UiU H0U
.uikon umsooxed, and1
Portable Barrow's Jij
uceeaoitaesoa,tr .Mil tJ
Plows (arsortedj and
8 50 8 Ml
50 MP 20, Ga es
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing Iqs-s than lets lbs, will be in
variably charged 100 lbs.. First Crass Rates.
All articles ofuuusual she or weight, elargeil in rrropor.
tion to the trouble and expense of handliog-and space occu
pied. GixhIs in Packages not secure or insufficient (br the pro
tection of contents will be transported onlv at owner"
All claims fiir damages must be collected of the parly de
livering tho goods and claims for lost or nun&tog good
must be made within 60 days from date of shipiueot, or they
will not be allowed. "r
The above Companies win not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils. Liquors or other Liquids, or for I be Breakage of
JuSs Itenijohns Tin Cans Carbevs ef lijnids
,ue.v " 'purely Packed in WooaVu Coi-M with thei:
The ftdlowingArticles will only be Transported at "Own
er's Risk," as to Breakage, Chafing, FraM, Heat, Stormj ,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays vtc
Molasses. Dressed Marble. Glass and CbitMware. Green
i Fruits, Tomb Stones Bags of Shot, loose. Demijeos, Fur
, niture, unboxed. Moveables and HonsehM Goods. Fresh
, Fish, Poidtry Live Stk of everr deeriptitm. Boxes Ci
. gars not Cased, Carboys. Acids LookieR Gkti ie. Mus.cal
I instruments Hooks anu stationary. Ulnsed ?ash, I tew ana
' onnibtiery, &tove anu Move Lastmgs, Ug6t and Hollow
OuFia'glit destined for Challanooea or Deeatur. and all
inf einicdiate points no ex'ra charjee wiH be made daring the
low wsler season, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Rates will theif be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low waterare entirely at the nsk ef
On Freight to KnoxriKe. and all intenueJir te points to
Chalbnooga, Twenty-five (25) rent for lovlba may Le added
during low water, but in no ease is there any rerinsibilitr
assumed for the detention ef Goods during or on sceoutti of
Goods consigned to C W. Anderses, Ageot, N. A C IS.
It C, NashviUe. will be received ou the wsMf, all charge
paid, and sen t forward without extra ciarge Sic Drayageor
No Freight received on Wharf; nor charges paij, er
cepton Goods for Teanesfee river.
Furniture sirilallotberArtieles my eatm? ratvd above sab
ect to special contract
Emigrants with their familiesaad moveable fetkeo throogii
at low rales
Persons wishing fo niake contract or desiring inform. r
tiou with regard to or ennuected n ish this arranfetnent will -address
a W. Anderson. N. A C. R. It C,
ville, or Jas Williams, Pre , Teou. River M. M. A T O ,
II. I. ANDERSON, Ppt N. A C. It. V c
JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. KivtrM. M. Afr. V.
FBEIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON ANIK NASH
BY an an-sngement between the South Carolintv?
Oeorgis Western and Atlantic am NashvdlejkS'
and Chattanooga railroads, goods will be bn ught362
through to Nashville at the following rates.
Boxes Rats, Bonnels, Faraiture, Teas ami oterrghil
i. .r: - r ... sj a
vsjus, yKl kuuiu t"i., ........... .
Boxes Shoes Dry Goods Saddlery. Glass, Dmgs.CoM
fectkinariesCamphcne, Spirit Ttupemiin!. incasksil
c,peruH)ios JiJf't' 13
All articles not coming; under spee-tic rates, as yiri
aiea in me ianu o. lae nans oetwceii t nana
and LnariesTon, ceptesei wmchcart be seeaojr haj
at toe i-reigiit Agent's Umeel per liv ILsJW;. t,
Goods to be delivered at Nashviile.attajbtrVte rate iriiisl
be plain'y arid distinctly trarked liMlSVare i.f Agent .jf
Nasliville and Cliattaruxica RailrcadJCir at Chattanooga,
and Agent ofSoutli Carolina IilroelyVo., at Oiarltston.
Persons shipping from eastern .cBVs can ship 1.t steam
ers at or about 12c, by pnpejjsat sc., and saifingve-
asllj A IIWIII WW tS S. It A 4 .TT
AVbeu the Nashville ;
itanooga road 5 rerrpl-led
, a farther reuettou 'ill bo
from Chattanooga to t
made, ot wlucu due t
H. I. ANI
Sunt .Ai. Jt c. it. I Civ
N.B. The same dd
be mode wher goods are
to be delivered uUDefiteri , Shelby vie asd MiH6e.boro,
or other stttionsii our road, as is now made between
freights fronL,Ngk-livilIe to Chattanooga, and freights from
the above pour's to Chattanoospi. nixh-r the arrangeuieni
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co.
juneie-if II. J. A.
! well asserted
and Tetc-a lele
ft lam l !,,KTt.
. "- . viol v I . e eiry iKotes, l ar.dkslick-,
Card Baskets lokSUndsMug, paper Weights, Toy Selt.
Silvered Bowles Goblets, and Salt sAhntb, with a great
vanelycf other fancy articles; together with iirtane while
China, Stone. Y ellow. Common and Gtaa3 Wales all ot
which are offered at wboIesalj or retail en as reasonable
terms as any boose in the west Now thetme to bur
wares cheap, a they are advancing, and soon I iM ad
vance the prices anggl irnl J. C. DARDEN.
NOTICE TO WESTEEN THAVFJJJESS.
t';i,.j.,... v., i-... f... .. . .
npll ROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railrwids Pliil.
Jt adeqiliia tol iltjburg. Pa- Messillon. Wooater. Cleve-
?nd, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnafi.lBdiatf)oli!i,Iiyetie.
JetTHaiite, UiicagoI Milkaufcie. ThroHgh by Railroad
1 ouauciouia o. voitirau in uours.
Shortest and uuickest route from the Atlantic Cities to 11m
I Great West Passengers will find thin tfte most nleosuHf-
route to N. Orleans. Only ill to CinrtonaH ; 12teIonn-
ville; 1 to St Louis Via Pennavvatna Raikead, an the
1 foIIowingdnilySteemPackeUfroinPIrlsbBrjp IhickereSlate
CaptM WBelUIa.over.IeavesPktaWs'SiinJay; KVystnnu
State, Capt Chnrle Smne, leaves littsburg Monday ; All
i ghener, Cap C baric WBafcbeior, leaves piitebnr Tue.
day; Crystal Paloce. Capt II Kounlz, IVares I1tti4rgWed,.
desdar; Brilliant, Capt J If Grace, leave Pitfsbnrv Thnrs.
uy; PitUburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves. Pittsburg Fn-
day; Messenger. No. 2. Capt John KlitiisMlw Piif.
burg Saturday. Boarding and lodginsron board Ihe I"scket
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, tit; laaitsvilte, $8; St.
Fare awongh by Railroad from Philadelphia fo Pittsbure.
tO 50- Mawitlon, (10; Cleveland. ?10; MaHstleWaBd Cresi-
. line, n; Miiumoa, tiz Tol.to.Jl:;; CmeinBatl. ,ti
' CreKlline., IH Chicago, fvia Michigan Snibem R. R i
$13 2.".. Ti Cliicago,lVaulegan, Keooshs Hi, Rafitw, Mil-
waukie. Sheboygan, AVLscousiir, via Detroit atKl Mioaigan
Central Railmad, 13. s
Tlie Cars wdl leave Ihe Commonwealth's Station, N. K. "
I ConiearufSeliurltill Fifth srwl Morl-t s:,ia ,.(. u.t... .
i - . (nocitimTW
i. can be purchased of Bingham i IMct, Agents of Ihe Slate
' and Columbia Railroad Lines
The morning E
land, Cincinnati a
Tbroogh to Cincii
The morning Express Train throngh ta Itttslmrs. Cleve-
" ,u ""araN win wave at , o eiocc, A. M.
Cincinnati in 27 liniirs
The night HailTrainat M. I V ThroH-h to nn.
nati in 46 hours, iqclndiiig one night' cwtftfrLtble rest at
t Tlie aboTe lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har
nsburg, Lewistown Huntingdon, HnfiidaysuFg, John
stown, Creenburg, ar.d jntemiediate places
Notics. In caso of loss, the Company will bold themsel
ves responsible for tiersoc1 baggage only, and Air an amount
hot exceeding 4100. THOS. MOORE, Agent,. .
June 4 tf. Pennsylvania I tail road Co.
. The Columbia Railroad Line lor Jjarrishurg-, via Colum-.
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station '
J, W. GRAY.
cComts' New BttBdicg, on j Chrry"Stretr
VSetlNQledeian4'Jfyibn; -. -tf'
against the II Adjust rece.rea an.l iper.ej a large and
r Vessels of JLJL s'ockof rancyUi.mer, Tea, Desert,
ind Rivers. 1 Sells: Fancy Toilet I tot lip- 1 pp,-.fn f.
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