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FALL GOODS, 1853-
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO., !
a&.70 JndJl, JMi4 Xjwre, SaAriUt, Tennessee.,
HAVE now in store and offer lor sale an extensive assort
ment of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS, '
In TWrt Art followo. tn wit-
Prints. AU (be hewSivIes ill great variety of patterns,
ulso, ft Urge assortment of Blue., Greens, Mack an J White.
LiUxeys. In rich bright colors, PJaids, Reds, Blues,
Satinets. In Black, Wise, Slripcs, Plaids, colors and
Cassirceres. Fancy ami Black, variety or patterns.
Cloths.. Black, Bine. Brown. Drab, Ac
Flannels. In all width, qualities, and colors.
lIlaiiketsT.In all sties, qualities and colors, a very
large and rincdassortmHit, of every deactinlimi.
aiinwif? An tatensivo and beaiuihilas.vrtment, solid
celor,:Pioids. Eaibroideriiw, 4c.
T..1ir?ls''00:Is' VIai". ulacV anl Figuied Alpaca.
D Lmw.'Pashtnorcs, GnU Plaids in neat ntvles uudnch
Ini-pBIck, Drab aud Bgured Worsted Surges.
-'it .-VjESTINGS Avarif-tr of Styles.
A largb&Hsrtmsat "cf Broken Shirtings, Shsstings,
Bleached, Long Clat&s, OEjiburgs, Hats, Cap:, Ac.
Which we are enabled to o&er upon Uie most liberal ienns,
by the packags or piece. We invite (ho attention of the
trade and merchants generally to examine our Stock. -DUNCAN,
MORGAN A CO.,
Mg5T If. Nos.7oand 71. l"ub!ic Square.
IKrOHZEES AND WHOLESALE BEALEE3 1H
Foreign and Domestic Dry. Good.,
43, Public Square, Kasliville, Tennessee,
HAVE nnwin,S'ore their EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF FALL AND WINTER CUUDS, purchas
ed early in the season, at a much less price than similar
Gc'kli can now hi bought, and which they are determined
titifU 9r CASH, or to jirtmpliui rf'yniht dealers at
price th.il will farorcbly campate with purchases made in
unv other market. '
In this Slock will be found a great rariety of "
Cloth-", Blaxekts, Black Silks,
Cassihxr, Flaxxcls, Fio'o DsaSi3,
Vestixu. Lixsers, MonAtas.
SAnXlTTS, CLOAKING, ALPAuCAS,
TweciiS, Shswls, Meeisois.
JtUxs, Ridboxs, Batadcrs Roses,
Kistnrs, J .aces, Delaixes,
. 1'au.TS, Wbiie Goods, llosinnr,
UlCouav, iEisnl.TXEs, Gloves,
I5oots, Shoes, Ilais, Caps, Trunks,
and a COMPLETE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTH
ING. . l
" "To 'their present hearr stock thcr will durinp the season,
jnakesuch additions of the NEWEST IMPORTATION'S.
as WillgivuihWriiUicka KCPEnioam over any ever offered
" i n this nui ket. '
Tliey are sole A;cnts. for the sale of tho superior
Tt'iinesee Sheutius-, Osiinbnrgs, Ac, made by
the Fut tru-f' ami HUibinJ GnyjtHitj, wbldi ure cheaper
than any or the Eastern giiods.
They'are anxious tu buy all kind-, of BARTER at the high
Nashrille, Atyut 2S, 1R."3. SmtwAw
Oases Boots, SIiocs, &c.
S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE ANli ItETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 3G, Corner of Coll ego and Union streets,
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
liiHi fM.VA'V f!007 SHOES, HATS, CAi'S,
Ti:tIXK.3s. Being tho I.ARHl'Sr STOt'K of GivkJs
thev liaie er.-r otferet in thiauiket,and which for qulU,
jirice and ntr-flg will equsl any Slock iu the City.
Merchant and all others' mafciuj tlieir purchases in
NVhvillc, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock
an examination before buvhnr.
R. S. HOLLINS A CO.
Feathers, Ginsenj. Beeswax aid WwJ, leceived in
excluuge fir GHdB &t the liifiliet uiai Let pi ice.
ni;17 tf b w ii
impoetation foe x853.
MORGAN A CO.. No. 47, Public Square, are now open
ing their complete Stock, of STAPLE and FANCY
Dry Gouil. BKjts, Shoes, ILlis and Caps, to which they in
vite llnr altenlion r Merchants visitinjj Nashville, convinced
that careful examination will be found to 'heir advantage.
Our erly jxirchases in the mouths of April and May. iu
IhebiMV) Up1.-- of Cotton and Woolen Goods, mil enable
H to ii'ler th- u to thf trade at reduced prices fiiini the
pleisoiit Ea!eni I'okI.
OurSlovV -i L-iduM Dtvs tlmds, ("loth, 'aiuimeres
T n'ecils, iiooU, ,S:iiM and Hal'., ill br found much larger
We are the Aemts fur the celebrated goods manufcturel
by tl I.UIIANON' and SPARTA Mills, wlnrli liave given
wish iini rer atiLjelion.
We will mri,!ijM'firCJh at the hihpst market prices,
Wki1, Feathers, !in-eiig. Beeswax, ,leiu, Liusev and
Soeli. MORGAN I &. CO".,
amrJo No. 47, lMblic Square.
"e. & BV DOUGLAS &10o7"
.Importers and Wholesale Dealers,
No. .11, Public Siiuari", NnvliriHc, Tcmi.,
' TvT'W xhibii mil! (nTer fir ale a complete and desirable
" J .-tuck of f'-rrio-i an I JtoMt.tir ttrg (htrf. Hat,
lilf, Jl-mnft, r ah) ri.'ui, J!.i, JS.x'.i ins, Sf,vt, Slijpert,
(lirt! Ittyi, l'i-iti and n'taj'mn J'djnr, Ac, Ac
111 iii?;riiiiiut auu vantn nil-, suk-a Ltr--dii.v eicceus any 1
ever ollW-ed iu this part of the country. TliW style aud de- I
yigiw iiT our enncy Goods are uuusuatly beautiful and at
tractive. Th purehs'-es liare been made at the lowest
IK.ints f.ir Pitch article, and with crery facility which cxpe- I
lience and Unre ca-h mcain could secure. The shipments
werel'.iriimatein inn-ting free nanmitiiui in the Ohio and
t.-uinberlaml rivers; so tltt the c.st of tian.qrtat.on is au !
pxeeiiugiy -.man awn.
We aie, thrrel.d'o, fcUe and determined to do better for
our cU"!oiner- and those who may If el disposed to patronize
us. than the cam do elsewhere.
We want FcathuT, Gining, Beeswax, Wool, Linsey and
Yarn S-cks, at tlw.r tiiglu-st market alu.
aug 1 t-iiTW 8m il. A. 11. DOUGLAS i. CO.
JOSEPH F DUNTON,
WK0LELALK DEALER IN DRY GOODS.
Xo. 51, P villi c q v a r e, Xo shrill 1' fw.
Fall and Winter Importations.
HAS nnw open, for the inepecticn ofthe public, hi full
and complete ttockot Foreign and J)uuio.lic Dry
This carefully fwlecfed and well assorted stock consists or ;
Cloths, Cosduieres, Satinet, Silkt, French, English and
American Dress Goods Plain and Faucv Print. Hats, Ojh,
Bonnets, Urabiell-as, C11 pet Bag, and stutf goods id all
Oiving to the favorable purchases he has n-ndc with
tbe Easterh nuikets, he can rll'er the greale.-.! variety and ,
best selection at the ttry lowest prices that cm be found
. anywhere. j
I invite purchasers to give mcs cdl Lprore making fheir
purchases eh-ewheiv, giwrauteeing to suit iliem in every re
Feather, (Jinseng, Beeswax, Wool, Linseys, Yam and I
Couuiry Pro luce bought at the higlie.t uiaiket value.
U.VXDEK U. srEVEXsUX. ItOUEltT L. WUITE- '
HFEVENSON At WHITE. !
Xu. 59, College street.
HWT. on hand a large and desirab'e stock of STAPLE
AN D FANCY DiiY GOODS, which they will sell
veiy cheap fiir casli, m order to ie;luce their stock before
tliey receive their Fall purchases. All of )ou ho like gixid
batgainsgive thei.i 11 cill '"gl
Wi; have n hand a large uud beautiltil stock ot Ladies
DRHS GOODS, such as plain, checked and bn.s
cade Silks; Silk R be. Berage and Benige Robes; and a
Urge lotot beautiful Frrtirh Mttsiius, sdl of tvhi.ii will Le
Sold extremely low forcah bv
augl ' "STEVENSON A WHITE.
NE ED LP. WORKS STEVENSON
.V A WHITE
have jus t receiied a very larce stock ol
French Needle Woik, such as Collars, Sleee, Chiuuzetts,
Handkcrch.cL. Edging, Insertiiigs, Ribboi.s 4:c., nhich
they are sllinp at en reduced pnees for cusli augt.
HOUSE-t'PliMSH IN (J GOODS.-Webavejust .
receiioda 1 ,1 stK:k of Damask, Linen Sheets and
lanen Slu-eiiuc. 'iable Damask, and n larrr.. lot ofPluin
Linen N'apku.. and Haninsk Towels, which u ill be sold very
low frcashby 11 STEVENSON' A WHITE.
1 i'NTLEM EN'S FURNISHING (fOODS.
JT All vounliowish to putcliavo Cloihs, Cassimercs
Vesting, Linens i'ate.it Shirts. Linen and Drilling Draw
er, Half-Ho-e, Lim-n and Silk Handkerchief., Glovesand
Cravats, call m at SIEVEN'SON A WHITES, No. .v.i.Col
lege sttx-et, d,r they aic sellmi: ctfu'ry low for Cnsh, in or
der h make r.nu for thcr Fall Stock. nugt-
NEW tJOODS! NEV GOODSII
F.ECEIVED AT THURSTON & BERNARD'S,
A'i . ! I' u I u i Street,
'WTY' are ivvC reoriving. d.iertfi.mi the i:slpin cities.
V V NHiieutthfieri late.-t stilc.i t 1 ail .11
and Winter dress
Goods. consisting in lirt orSII.KS, Bmoade, Plaid. Check.
ligured and pUiu Biaek, lVisiun Cloths, and all nool Mns
liu Delancs; Chemisottes mid Sleeves in set. French Nee
dle Work Collsr. Mourning C''llarsuiHlSlrt-iL's. Embroi'd
Linen Camb.H'dk'fs, Velvet Ribbons. Gimps and Galloons,
Jaconet and Swiss lnscrtings and Edgings .If ronet Baud
and Flouncing. Ac Ac HOSIERY and GLOVES, all
tJiade ami uiialilies. Children'. and Mis-e szes, ail col
ors, which we me offering very low. Those iu search or
PnhI Goods, and at Ion price, will tlo Hell to give us a
, call. No clwrite lor sliowing good.
sepU-tr 'fllURSTONA BERNARD.
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT r Black and Fancy CASS1MERE
PANTALOON'S of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly tor ir retail sales in Nashville.
We have al-iii bc.-ni'itul assortment of Black nnd Fancy
colored llti:SS, FlUH'K. and SACK COAT'S, with a full
Mock of Gentlemen K itnis!iingioodofthe finest and mvt
c-.vtlvniclcs: such ts 1. LOVES, "USPFNDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITi: SHIRTS, or superior qualitif
Also Daviesnnd Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, o
different qualities; I'XDKIl SHIRTS and DRAWERS o
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can dei-endup
on being supplied at any time with good (fowls and at rea
bonable prices, br calling at our establishment ou Cedar
-,t.- p.'.. , 1 1;..
.J5?l ' .i-fiiMf- r -r- -
NASHVILLE STEAM KARBLE WORKS.
JAJIES SLOAN, l'roprictor. .
KABEtTST.,OrpOSlII! JOHNS')!; ArnOtCCB's TOBACCO WABEBOCSE,
-: ' x- NASHVILLE, TEN'N. - i
ifurik II larerootattU tlu AJ tUinIQjrer of Summer and
Sprffij Xretts. - '
HAVING node 'extensive enlarpemeuta in mylarble
Work, mr facilities are (-ucii that I can eiccute all
kinds'ofworkin the mo-t taiiefulmannerandthelate&t style,
o cluup as it can be uoi'3 in any of the Eastern Cities
'Bvcal'unn-lit my Ware-rooms, on the corjierof Spring and
Summer Mrects. spcciioens may bescen which wilt enable
persons tojadge for" theine!vs, which is'the best method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee.
Also, a line assortment of Isgj'ptian, Italian and American
Mai We, which I will s!l low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, linislied or iu the nnih atale.
A Urge assort ment ol Motuexts, Touw, Baptismai.
Fooxts, Uu-'is, Vases, Gaudkx Figueis, Urvb Stoxes, Ac,
carved and Icltered to order. Fuhxitcke Maiuile executed
to order and nait to any part of thijoutli-West as cheap as
itcanbapnieuredfivinthe Bast. Abo, Makule Maxtcxs,
of every descrijMion, plain or carved. Bdildixq Stoxe, sold
Wholesale ami Retail.
AllDrders left at wj Warc-Roo-njontlie corner of Spring
and Summer Mrce! will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will lind it to their tnd'rot to call and ex
amine my stock" belorc purcliasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old fneuds and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN, .
Corner of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville
THE undersigned would respectlully in- rv?.
form their trieuds and the nuhlic that &?4t
they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, Ao.4,
Deadcrick sL, where they intend to carry on COACH MAK
ING in all its branches. We will keep constantly on hand
an assortmentof Carriages, which we will dispose or on
reasonable terms. Carnages or every description mad to
order promptlv. Repairing done ou reasonable tenns,and
tbc public maf rely upon getting their work when premised.
Work entrusted to uswiU be warranted to be of4he best
t-BL.".Cl".SMiriUN"G. Every description cf BLACK
SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal
"37"II0RSL SHOEING. We hare m our employ f-xpen
enci.J V0RSESH0ER3, and tho public may relvon gett'rjr
tiuirhcrscs shod in the neatest manner. All workett rt a
to our care will be under the immediate supericltLd u. t.
tbo Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat
Wiclion to all. We respectfully solicit from the public a
liberal share of their patronage. "
feb 2 lr CRAM Js SHEPHERD.
1853. NEW ARRANGEMENT. lSSa.
GREAT NOilTHWtN .11 AIL ROUTE
FroaiNasliviUo to If 3V York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
a"W0 Dailv Lines of Stages leave Nashville every raorn
. ing.it 4 o'clock for UtuUrille via theMAMMOTfl CAVE
Tnn Geet wonder or the World. Also, via Tyrec
Springs, Bowling Green, Glasgow and Bardatown, arriving
at liuisville ihe next ilay, being out only one night.
Tlueo Daily lines of tine Steamers leave Louisville for Cin
cinnati nnd "Wheeling connecting at those placf s with the
different Riilroads to all of (ho Eastern and Northern Cities.
To New York $27. 1 To Washington $24.
To Philadelphia 324. To Baltimore 58.
Traveling time to New York, SJ days. Through passen
gers invariably have prefeicnce.
For all information or seats, applr at the General Stage
Olbcc Nashville. G. ll. SLAUGHTER,
Nashville, .1 line 'JS, 1853.-tf. Agent
N. B. All lljggage at the risk of the owners.
NEW SrOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARI'ETINt! AND CHAIRS.
A. 1' ATT E US O N ,
CMf$e ttrect, Xasl. rilie, Tinvtsee,
HAS ju.t re'ecivel a large and rplcndid assortment cJ
CABINET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS,
Ac, which with his former stock, nukes one of the largest
and best assortments ever oC'eied in Nashville. TTiose
wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call.
All work sold by me will be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in this citr, together
with a practical knowledge ofthe business, giveshim advan
tages iu selecting such articles as are unexceptionable in
stylo and workmanship and linisli.
SjfAlso, on hand, a Urge stock of Floor Oil CUith,
Solir Itiiym, (iranJoe, IjhMtuj Glasses, Matrajiteit and
(Xccl', in great rariety. AU of which mil be sold very
low. Call and examine. apriHS A. P.
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OXFJUiXJ'. AEAi: JMOAD SWEET.
THE Subscriber rcjiectfully returns bis
thanks to Uie public for past favors, and so-
JXf licits a coutinuaucc of patronage in l he above
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every description of MeUl; Turnings Melal
ic Packings, Balhit Metal and Castings.
Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short
Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
jime22 ly B. COLE.
TILE STATE iSTJTCAX FIRS INSURANCE COMPANY
OJiceon CtJirtfeet,octr tlic MuUmI ProUetion Ofieet.)
ABrluCT or annual ktathkextsto mr ist. inoa.)
Asts. May 1st. 18.')2.
Preiniimisforthoyearcnding, MaylM. TtS
lutetest on Lian1, Ac ".
Guarantee Stock, additional to above
1 41G.1S3 26
. 87,861 56
Iwses, Ex'penses, retunicil Premiums, Ac,
to Mav 1st ,
Caoital May 1st, 155 $353,318 70
The rapidlynccnrnuUting Capital of this Company is the
best guarantee of its entire reik bilitr. Risks taken on the
most moderate terms, and Icyta adjusted and met heie.
JOHN G. FERGUSON", Agent.
Nashville. MyaliS. lfi.'.:V-tf
li-:.fS.-.Y.VAr, IA t.llljtA.
ritltIS road now coiapletd, it opens a couimunlcation be-
; J. tweon fitlsaurc and rinlaiieipnie,orf itisours ana r.am
m..rtt. Ky uhlch Freight from tho we,tcan reach an eastern
j marketqalckerand cheaper tban by any of tho pre -nt rival
1 onu: thev cunncl wiih Ilia dally Diickt-ts at Pittsljur?.
from St L.rjli, IiuUvilie, CinrlniiaU, whcellnc, and all the I
1 tafierent points on tlio western waters. Also tn the UIeo
land and Pltlburj? Rail Hoa.1, and Ohio aad fennsjlrania
I Itatl ItoadatPlttsburiT. Cart run thronh between Pittsburgh
j and Philadelphia vHlinuttrsn-ihlpmt-tii of freight, an advan-
i&se mat can no appreciai(a iy all i-iuppers.
In case of ob'lrucuoti cf nbvigatlnu by Ice or low water
freights westward can be forwarded from Pittsburjc to Cin
cinnati, or towns in the interior bv Railroad.
Iti:s of Fi'ii.iiisrr
Between Pittsburg and Philadelphia or lUltmore.
first CI;is. meter Suatir.ir
Dry Coods, Bonks end Stationary Roots, 1 per 100 lbs
faaii. Hats ana oarnennir, ro
tries. Feathers, badJ.ry.c.j
ShOHS, Hals and Carpeting, Furs and Pel Si
Brown Shcotlne & Khlrllmr In Brtloa.l
Druss.Glass Ware, Groceries, except Cot- 1 65 eta.
fiee, Hardware, Hollow Ware, Machiuorj', f
Oil cloth, Wool, &c. j
Buttorln Firkins A: Kcijs, Candle,, Cot-i
ton, in winter, Qnceuiware. Tallow, i
Tobacco, in luafur Manufactured, Kaat-r
ward, dec. .If e. J
' Bacon. Cotton (in dimmer,) ConVe.Lardl
and Lar.1 Oil, (through) Pork in full car
C5 cts. 40 cts.
loads ai owners risk. j
Ceo. C. Fraud veil ,
Frtigkt Agent, Pittslnrg.
V.m 3. Snreilrr,
Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
itlagriiw A- ICoon.
Freight jlrer.ti, Baltimore
J. I,. F.llioll.
Freight Agent, .Yc. 7 li'ett it.,JV. T.
II. il. llollstull,
t.'ta. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
march 16, 1833 ly
ITALIAN .MEDICATED SOAP For render
injj the harshest skin dulicafelysmo-jthe, whileandsclt,
rcmovingsaliownc-d, cutaneous eruption, pimples, tan,
lreckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately
allays the irritation of mtis-juilo bites, Ac, while its dilating
properties preicnts the fornnitimi of tinkles and banishes 1
them ifalreody formed, eliciting on the check or age the
clearness an.l smoothness oft oiith. Piep.ired by DrC F. F. j
Gmuaud, 67 Walker st , 1st Stoic Troiii llroadwav, N. York.
For sale by ff b'.i GEORGI-'GREIG. ,
I7RENCH WINES AND JtliANDIES.- Alwais
.1. nnhuud, a well'asoin-d variety f.t loieign Wines and
liquors, put up in wood and Lotties, and f.r .-ale br
febit GEORGE GI
1"INE A 1 ' PL ES A N D
PEACHES. Just ro
X ceived, a fresh lot or Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
in elassjars, and tor sale tiy
CHEESE.--50 loses Western Reseive Cheese, re
J ceived ami forsale byfeb9 GEORGE GREIG.
I)IMJ AITbfi UliJJKSJS. J boxes supenor
Pine Apple Cheese, received and Tor sale by
TT'IGS. On baud and for sale
ostnalllot of very fine
7S UM DROPS.
. fresh sunily of finest quality Gum
Drops of various lUvors,just received and for sale by
feb!) GEORGE GREIG.
CHOCOLATE. A superior article ol Chocolate in
V. J mal sticks
and tor s ilo b.y
small sticks and in half poundcake-, put up in tin foil,
febll UiAJHUr. UltfctU.
7. FRENCH NEUGA CANDY Just received by
X express a small lot ofvi Into liencli Neanga Candy put
up in tin foil and vir sale bv . GEORGE GREIG.
C" REEN TEAS. u-.itis fie.-h Gttcn Teas, hermet
T ically seaied, en hand and Tor sale by
feb! GEORGE GREIG.
I 17RESII TEAS. Just received, an cxlra assortment
( X oflllaek and Green Teas nfihcfinest qualities itnjiort
I cd, and warranted superior, for sale by
, febl (JEO. GREIG, Union street
BARK AND LEAVES 1 wish to purchase n ilh
cash, a Urge quantity of Cbctnut Oak Balk and SI104
' make I-ave, tor Tailing nirK)ses. Appl. toJ. G. Mooie,
j comer ot Union and Market streets.
uIv'.'7--ilAw tt. FREI'l'lt K iiUTlI.
LIQUORS.-loo bbls Tennessee"!) D WhLsLj;
5o liarrels Old Monnngahcl " .
fsJ bbls Old Bourbon Wluskvplo bbls New England Rum;
,Vi Oil Rye so " A.M. Gin;
.'.o " Old Reserve ' 20 " SncetWine;
loJs pipes Old Cng Brandy;10 " Old Port Winei
a " Holland Gin; " ft boxes Brandy Cherries;
10 bbls old Madi'ria Wine; .Ml " Claret Wine;
20 Indian bbls Sn re' Wine; 1" " a.s.-orted Cordials:
loo bbls A. M. Brand!-; 1.-, gjR French Brandy;
In store and Torsale low bv INIER A 11KOT11ER.
SUNDRIES. lOMlibls btsTFhWTTikeffs(.r NaHs:
liMo bbls No. 1 Sail; 20 tons assorted Imii;
SO doz Painted Buckets; .. bbls I!ritn-.tone-20
nests oTTub: , Alum; '
20 " hairbusbc'i nifjsurcs;liv I'loivs- ' i
5000 lb liar Lead; sr. bbl N'o 3 jrackerel;
Jtil bag Shot assorted; .'-it kits N'o 1 and a j.i;
hK assorted Demijohns; 2o bblsS S Almonds
.V boxes Cuba Sixes Cigar?;! o " I oirge Pecan;
Vi doz Redconls and Lincs;-'1 boxes Figs;
' bags Race Ginger; Si'O ' Tobacco. asortcd;
." bags Pepper; 3 tierces Frh Rice;
5n boxes Dried Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cask Madder; f.u boxes Fresh Teas-
10 boxes Stoughton BitfersjlO " dome's tt Indigo;
20 " B. W. Flour, ext;
Togetherwith many other articles, which will be sold
GRQCERIES;,'. . r .
PERKINS & CLACK.. , .". ''.I,
WHOLESALE QllJC)Q,ZRJS .. .
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
Cotton aad Tobacco Tac'tprs
Gfner of OMeyt and CSurfA ' MraUXf-ltK?.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 50 bags Havana; .
y do UignyaraJ K) do Java.
CIGARS 20,000 Imp, Havana; 18,000 American;
1011,0000 Cuba p's, and Melee Cigars:,.
CANDLES 2o0joxeSpenn and Star; " ' " . I
20tv boxes otcrme an iauowj . . i
COTTON YARN'S A lo' of assorted Nos. ' Osriubnrst, su- l
pcriot quality at mauuracfuiors prices; ' f
FRUITS lOo bxs Raisinsassortcd sizes: 5i drums Figs;
50 Trails Almonds; w bbis t'ecaus; I
FISH 50 bands and ha'f barrels Mackerel; ' . I
75 Kits Mackerel; licases Rirdine;'""
FLOUIt 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati; "'
75 do St. Louis (IlarrUan's;); . I i 1 1 t
GIASS S00 boxes Window.all sizes; . . . J
125 do Qt., PL, and K Pt. Flasks; -ri .
75 do liint Tumb erssand Goblets; . f
CO do Squattaud Cap Jars;
90 Demijons, five and three gallons;''
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted size?','
LIQUORS 1 cases Ixndon Porter quarts and pints;
10 cas Scotch Ale " '
. ?5 barrels American and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Pciich
400 do Whisfcv, various brands; '"I
CO do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Bum;
25 do Wine, various kinds;
100 do Cider vinegar;
150 do Wheeling.
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles; '
10 coses Tomatoe Catsup;
SUGAR 10(5 hhds Louisiana Sugar; ' T.
100 bbls St. Louts and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 23 do Loaf (Lovering's;)
SPICES lObags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10' do Ginger, Race and ground; ' 1
S A I,T 200 bbls KiJLiwha! S50 sacks tine and coase: '
185 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes iable salt; f J
SOAP 100 boxes bar: 50 do ianeyboap; -SEEDS-45
barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boies Chewing, assortedbrands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior, article; .
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder OHre Oil; Lead,
Powder, Slmt, Salairafus, Soda, Area,'Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac
For sale low for cash by PERKINS A" CLACK.
J5?Liberal advances on consignment. .
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
Tlrimt Fruit. Fpathers. Beeswax. Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will lay liberal prices in cash or Groceries
m.rs PERKINS & CLACK.
rirriATl 8ihi hhds Pnme Aewbuean
O 50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 barreU Loaf Sugar;
SO do Crushed do:
10 do Powdered do:
Just received and for sale by
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
MOLASSES, SlltUl", AU.-150 bbls rnnie -Molasses;
20 bbls Suagr House Molasses;
10 bbls Golden Syrup; 20kegs Golden Syrup, just re
ceived and for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS,
may 22 - '
COFFEE. COO bags Green Rio Coffee;
100 bags Laguyra Coflbe; 50 bags SU, Jago. Coffee;
25 do Java do, just received and for "jsale by
SALT, NAILS, Ac 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
600 kegs Nails and Brads, for sale br
may23 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
ltJ AUS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
100,000 Imitation no - ao; . . . ,
. . , . . r,' r. 1.1.
11H ooxes jneiee viganj; uirpmeuy t .
may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
ANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles;
20 do Sperm do;
oO do Star do;
100 do Mould ' do;
For sale br may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
: i M r-rr.
RUM DRIES. . i
11BLS No 1, 2 and 3 Mack- 50 chests Tea, ' Imperial,
100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel;
25 do Salmon;
100 bxs Scotch Herrings;
20cascs Sardines;' '
100 bxs M R Raisins;
20 do Layer do,
50 qr bxs do do,
5 tierces Rice,
20 frails S S Almonds,
13 bags S S do,
25 sacks Pecans,
20 do Cream Nuts,
2 cans Pruues, '
5 do Citrous,
2 cades Currants,
5hf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pie Fruits,
20 do Pickles,
5 do Wlute Wine Vinegar;
100 boxes Soap;
50 do' Starch;'
' 50 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed do
10 do Pow'd do,
3 tierces Dried Beef,
100 boxs Chewing Tobacco,
60 casks Carb. Soda,
10 bags Pepptr,
f 1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cateia,
8 do Alspice,
5 ceroons Indigo,
2 hhds .Madder,
10 bags Uin;
Pine Apple Cheese,
Bent's Water Crackers, 20 cases Toughsdn's Bit-
23 cases Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Syrup,
200 reams Wrap Paper,
100,000 Corks, ass-jited,
50 bbls Water and Bultcr
With a creat variety of other articles, for sale by
mav22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
RANDIES, WINES, Ac 2dqrcaskDne Bian-
j:u ao liranuy Vynemes,
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 pipes pure Holland Gin,"
1 hhd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Croix do.
100 Bbls OhioWhiskr.
SO do D D Country do.
20 do Benn. Rye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 casks ..ondon Porter,"
100 bbls Walker'sAle,
60 do Wood's Pitts, do.
20 cases Newark Cider,
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
10 hf iii03 do do
23 do do do
5 casks old Madeira,
5 V do Sherry,
50 X do Port;'
50 S Malaga,
50 Baskets Champagne,
Mumm's Fleur de Seller
Anchor, Bonche, A other
25 cases Cordials,
30 do Claret Wines,
20 do Muskat do.
In store and for sale by
McCREA & TERItiVSS,.
Comer" of Broad and College Streets, Nashville, Tenn.
Agent for StnitiC Pittsburgh, and h7iee!iitg, XXX, and
PALE ALES, PORTER A BROWN STOUT.
HAVE now in store the following, which they will sell
at Pittsburgh prices, itransportation added) to-day :
123 Bbls GW Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summer nse;
150 " Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;
100 do do for family use;
20 Casks .Bottled do;
may22 ly B. o.
S U GAR AND .TIOLASSES 175 hhds Prima New
75 bbls Loa', Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
150 do Rcboiled Molasses;
100 i bbls do; 20 kegs Golden Syrup; in store
and for sale very low, lor Cash or Produce, by
may 21 McCREA A TERR ASS.
C OFFEE, FLOUR, CANDLES Ac 600 bags
RioCoUcc; 50 do Laguara do, t
200 bbls Sup Flour, various brands; -
160 boxes, y boxes, and boxes Star Candles;
75 do Summer and Tallow Candles;
CO do Dovles Sunerior Soan: 70 do Starch. For
sale very low, hy may'21 .McCREA A TERRASS.
IItONjNAIli7CAS.tlN.S,rEEL A "AXES.
130 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Bells haniineied Iron; ,
300 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsbuigh Casting;
5000 lbs English Blister, Crawley and Cast steel;
20 Boxes Axes. For sale, by
mayl McCREA A TERRASS.
LIQUORS.st pipes Brandies, some very tine;
1 Cask pure Holland Gin, Eugle Brand;
1 Pimchfon Irish Whisky, very finer
25 i Casks Port Wine; 5 X Casks Sherry;
25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and quarts;
SO Boxes Claret hur, 10 do" Brandy Chei ries;
40 Bbls Roherton county Whisky;
85 do Sam Davidson's Extia do;
50 do Conner distilled Whiskv:
CO do Monongahela P.j c do; 00 do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; lOdoN.IlRum;
35 do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for'slile on Iib-
j eral temis, by
McCREA & TERRASS.
rpoBACCO AND CEGARS 25 boxesUi.ghorn
A and ArmisteadGold Iaiaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
30 boxes Miiscodani Tobacco; 2. do Kentucky do;
60000 Havanna Cigars, various brands;
50000 Mela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do; .
raay21 McOREA A TERRASS.
Q ALT. 1400 Bags fine Salt
1100 Barrels Kauanha Salt, lor sale low by.'
may2l McCREA A TERRASS.
SUNDRIES. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do,Copiras,
lOUags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
f do Alsptce; 2 caScs Indigo;
CO cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, 3 casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Si'ida;
60 Boxes or Jenny Lind and Quai t Flasks;
1O0 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks;
200 Gross Mason's Blacking;
HX,CiO0 Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
900 Lbs. Dried Beef; -too Demijohns, assorted.
The above will be sold very low sit the corner of Broad
and College streets, by McCREA & TERRASS.
may21 B o.
EANNLNG'S PATENT LACE, 03 ABDOMINAL SUP
I70R weak and delicate persons, male or female, and those
. who are afllicted with the following discos es-viz:
Weakness of the Breast, Bronchitis, Shortness of Breatlt,
Pain in the Chest, Weakness aud Bleeding of lhb Lungs,
Palpitation ofthe Heart, Dyspepsia, Costiveness and Piles,
Pain in the Back, Spinal Curvatures, and Enlargement of
one Hip aud Shoulder, Falling of the Bowels, and a Ten
dency to Rupture, Prolapsus Uteri, or Bearing Down, Ir
regular, Painful or Profuse Menstruation, a .Tendency to
Abortion, and Painful Pregnancy, and the bad shape inci
dent to Child Bearing, a Disposition to Drooping, Lounging
and Weariness, common to clerks, mechanics; studeuts,
seamsti esses, and others who keep inclined positions.
Tbc subscriber lias had the exclusive sale of this celd'rat
e.l lirace for several years, during which period a large
number have been sold to those who have given the highest
testimonials of their remarkable curative jioivtni The most
satisfactory references can be given to persons in the city of
Nashville and' surrounding country; furthermore, they'are
recommended bv some ofthe most celebrated and extensive
Practitioners of Medicine iu Nashville and the adjacent
country Forsale by 11 G SCOVEL
Druggist and Apothecary, North side orthe PublicSquare,
three doors West ofthe Nashville Inn. attglS tf,
k. a. noaxn, s.s. Williams, jxo. a. risiiEC
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Cotausiontmd Forwarding Merchants, and Storers of
Cotton and Tobacco.
T'i!trItfand' jffnxtd ffjlJ"-
ISO ouLsana 5 ioii reooneuanu a. House;
75 bbls st Xjoxu& ana i u uoiaen yrup; '
50 kees Pittsburgh, assorted sizes . -'
" . GROCERIES.
!' 'MORRIS a STBATT0N. '
Whotesalis Grocers', Ptodncc and ' .
C O ,11 Al l S H I O N kEKCIIANTS,
" "Tofeign antf "Domestic ''LiqnorsV;''A',!' 1
JZ CorLor oriMHrta and Market streets. '
4jFinTtA VElibw in store and for sal? at very reduced pnce3
- ' JorcAS.lt
2QQ lfogshends choicc'New Orleans Sugar, ' ' ';
lfi bbli laf,Sugar. 50 bbla Powdered Su. sr.;
if'O bags very 6upcritr Rjo Coffee, "1
C(?0,barrc(scncicele-lJOiledMplasses, , ......
100 kegs Eastern Nails, best, trends, , i( - ;
9flrt rrols NTmr York MilUXIonr.
;13o boxes Star Candles,
50 boxes t'eansiarcn, -200
lteau s Wrap Paper,
50 bbls pure Cider A mega?
20 boxes Imperial Tea,
1W UU ,IUISU Ot'iip,
2iX cross Matclies,
5o,tnio fine Regalia Ciaars,
100 bxs tobacco, visbiu
JiO dox. Broon.s,
20004bs sugar-cured Beef
&00 bbls Ohio Whisky,'
100 do Bourbon Rye aad
111 St V in.llm T.ti l.l.tl a!H 1 1 It GO
:il rtak be3t Dn'tch Madder, lodbbl &?&tes American
150 do sup carb Soda, 'Brandv,
50 bags black Pepper, 25 li&U" American, Gin.'
,-' 5-do.. Ginger, S8 do N BRiim, t I
'JOOQ bags fine A coarse Salt, 25 do Malaga Wine, .
lOOij bbls No 1 Kanawa do. 50 do Port do.- -
10 bols Madeira and TennenlTe W ine, , . '
6 pipes superior Old Cognac Brandy, - .
2 do do do Cliampaign do
50 Twrrels Walker's Summer Ale. 1
With a grejt variety 'of other articles in the Grocervline,
'aug2S .. 11. AS.
OROCERIES. Ac. &c.
I1HD3 N. O: Sugar; t!0 bags Oor. Java Coffee;
2o do I-ag-" . do;'
30 barrels Loaf Sugar;
10 boxes D. R. do;
10 barrels Crushed dd;
10 do Powdered Sugar,
50 barrels Mousses;
50 K do;
100 Packages of Mackerel
inibarrek -half .barrels
quarter and kits;..- . -'.
10 Kits No, 1 Salmon:
; Awl -uo v.iariuca a';
00 boxes Stearine Candles
520,boie3 Scotch Herrings;
fQ do Star do;
30 do Starch-' ,
50 do Scap;
5 caks extra cured dried
HO barrels Cider Vinegar;
200 kegs Nails, all sizes;
60 boxes Chewing Tobacc,
10 boxes best Smoking To
bacco; 'CO Chests and boxes' Green
and Black Teas;
JEW Cannistere Lobsters;
120 boxes, yq bx? and Ji
4 Tierces Rice;
3 Casks Zante Currents;
10 barrels S S Almonds;
5 do Pecan Nuts;
2 do Cream Nnts;
2 do Eng. WalnuU:
10 Casks'S Oar Sods';
20 bags Black Pepper;
o Dags Aispice;
With numerous other articles in the grocery line, aad for
-..7, T-... r ,1 1
iut .ui i;a?ii ur liwu uaLier ui
FINE RRANDIES, WINES, Ac, &c ,
2lK pipes purellnnidy, different braUds;
4) do superior do, old;
do superior do tld: ,
50 baskets Champagne, different brand?; " ' ' '
5 quarter casks iladeira Wine, old and line;'
20 do do do;
4 " do Sherry do fine; ' "' , ". ' ,
5 , do fine Poit do;
20 do good do do; ' '
10 bbls Pure S M Wine;J " " ; -
2 pipes Holland Gin; f
2 casks Jamaica Rum; '
10 boxes assorted'Cordials;" " ''
25 do Claret Wico;
E. S, CHEATHAM A CO.s
DOMESTIC LIQUORS 50 bblsrect'd WhUky;
100 bbls D. Distilled Whiskr, superior; ,r
10 do old Rye Whiskv, Pure; !. I ,
50 do N.Y.Pale Brandy; 1
10 do N-E-Runi;
20 do S.M. Wine; for sale by,
. dec5 E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
SUGARS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old
150 bblsrefined sugar Ricldand Refining;
25 do y..R. Loir Sugar;
' 20" boxes D R Brcokliu Iaf Sugar;
.20 bbls Crushed do do do;
" ''20'do Powdefed do- -do do:
Just received and for Sale- low for cash br
apl- E S CHEATHAM A CO.
J7VLOUR ! I'LOURI: We have in store 500 bbls
. Flour, freh ground and arranted good.
AIsol 200 bblsdtltiisMHN, ' 700 bbls Ligan Milis,
200 do Mason's Red River, CoO do Orendofi 's.
Ail choice brands, which we offer to the trade at low
rates., r janS E S CHEUTHAM A Co.
( JiASSWARE.-;200 boxtsQart, Pint, and Halt Pint
SO boxes quart bottles:
M taxe. ass'd tumblers; j
50 boxes jars gallnD, half gallon and quart;
ii casks tine decanters, f or sale by
deca E S CHEATHAM A Ca
lookegs Nails, assorted sizes;
O 50 boxes Langhorn
i Armsteads iobacco, very su
20 barrels Tar,
15 doz boxes lexington Mustard;
20OO lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
23 gross ofbox Matche';
Afewbarrelsbftliatsaineold Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortmentof
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, College street,
oppositeSewar.ee House. fmayll R. F.BELL.
I A. LAXim. B. LANIER. '
LANIER & BROTHER,
WJiolcsale Grocers, -
Commission ancl ForvarHng Merdiants,
And Dealers in Foreign and DomesticLiquors,
sepU Market street, Nashville.
' " TICKETT, MACHUHD0 & CO., -BANKERS
and C03I3IISSION DIERCIIANTS,
TTTJI. S. PICKETT late ofthe firm crPICKETT, PF.R
V V KIN'S A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hay
ing associated themselves in bnsines, will conduct a
Banking nnd General Commission Bnsines,
in litis City, under firm orpjcitETT, Machciido. A Co. ,
Particular attention paid to the sale o I Cotton, and to the
shipmentorStippric. and Mercljandi.se generally.
nm vs. 1
. C KlIITTHOCSa
THOJISA: W IIITX IIOI1MJ,
Attorney 11 Caw,
JO Will prsetlce thoir profession in the counties of
Maury, Marshtll, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, aud Hickman.
dee '.). If.
JOHN SULLIVAN & SONS,
COMMISSION MEBfJHAirf S AND AGENTS
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and
Western Produce Generally,
Referkxces. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq
Messrs. Johnson A Home. Nashville. Tenn. junel Stn.
w. h. como",
C. C. BBTAX.
W. H. GORDON & CO..
AUCTION A- COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sals of Xerehandise, generaUy,
JanL NASiiviLLf, TExy.
A. F. 3AVSi:,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
... , .u fACKaoK. Ti.
Practices la Jtedlvm and the adjolnlns counties, rd will
give prompt attention to collecllr.g and any other bnsiaeM
in hi trorsston. M II
SIMPSON & SONS,
Wine, Rrandies. C'ipirs, Champaigaes, Ac.,
Xo. 10, REAVER STREET, XEW YORK.
And Ri.k n Bastidk. Boeiikix. tnavlii ly.
WEBBS & RA WLINGS,
GROCERY, C01S3I0N & FORWARDING MER
CHANTS. Main street, one door Xorih of Union, Hnnphis, Tennessee.
HAVE on hand a full supply of Gn eerie?, Baggiog,
Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork, Lard, Candles, Flour, Ac,
wnich they will furnish to their ca-tomcrs on the usual
All Cottons Shipped to-1' cm 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 Insnranee.
;y We are prepare ! to make Cash Advances on Cotton
WEBB, R.VWLINGS& CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMISSION MERCHANTS!
Xo. 53 Gurnnddtt Html, Xetc Orleans.
Any of our friends who wish faciliticson Cotton o be ship
ped to our house in New Orleans can call on as at Memphis'
or address us at N. Orlssir-s, jtilysCi Cm.
J3f Eiiglo & Enq, Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville;
W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six mouths, and send in bill.
Jfrtn ph is A jijk .
R. F. BELL.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Forcijpi and
Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and
Opposite Sewancc House, College st. No 23.
HERRM.VN S. SAKONI,
Profosior of Vocal Music, IasirutasntaV'IiInsie and
Timts. One Dollar a lesson, payable quarterly. 1-etfors
addressedas above, V ill meet with pnimpt attention,
n. C CARLTII. WW. TGRRV. J. C. DKW
CARUTII, TERRY A DEW.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
15, JSirlet St.and 25, Xercit St., ' PhVitdehifiM -
uuAiTAiouiw, ii-..it.i.. 1
rpHIS well known Hotel situated wiihm a fvtf sfeps
X of the pasenger car landingorthe Western and
Atlantic railroad i nmy ope.i under the supervision cf
Thomas CrutchfielJ, assisted hr Mr. J. . F. Bryson and
I.ady. Tliis Hmise while urider tlie couuxil'or Colonel J. J.
Griffin acquired a very high reputation as a first' class hotel.'
Thepresent proprietor having secured the services or Col.
Griffin's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent
cook and house Lov, and having famished the liooe entirely
anew .hopes to retain its high reputation and treritpublic
patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni
bus to and froui tbe boats. THOS. CRUTCHFIEI.D,
TvENUINE SCHEIDAM SCHNAPS. Wehave
T a few doienofthi fine Ijgnor. For sale at a low
price at LYONS A CO,
n uifipvmiir v r iUltt'lY. i . v t vrrrr s n r
HACuREGOP.. ALL0WAY & CO.. " ' f a"' . STRETCH A ORR. !
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' C 1 ""tJl OIL. 2 barrels best Wiuler Stenu Oil. Re- I T ' h ,Lctn appointed Agent of the above Company at '
r-c r. a ,11 'jot,,.i,,..ci ni..i.n 1 : O ceived and for sale bv- oug7 STRETCH A ORR. I -- Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, fire.-1
5. St. Ciiaelks Stkclt, third Store abo cSt Charles llotel,) , -T-na.p.fTSc.tl lr RUks, on the most Lyw&J terms. '
,evt Orleans. 1 A '0Jijiia. m. UAAJrl'S. 1 barrel fcheidnams , a fti .Mmimtnf H. r ," r-.- v 1
f3T" N. E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashrille, Tenn., are at il A.ornntieSchnapps, (pure Holland Gin. Just received 1 , 0 WLlnh
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship ' and for sale by nugr STRETCH A ORR. , r c! Insurance and Trust Coui- 1
DB. ROGERS' L1VEBW0&IH AND TAR-r
r OK TUB UU3iriE,T CX' lit Of
Ids, Ittfluaaj, AtCkma, JSroncJnli, rpiilirij cf
', anJ all other Luna Gvnplainli Undug to-
r. OP.EAT COUOlt EEMETIY!
THE OT.EAT COUGH EE5IED.Y!
READER 1 liavayou a Cough, which you arexewlecting,
under the idea that it is only a common cold, that it
will !-oon "wear itself cut?" Let a friend tell yott in all kind-
- V.-t T 1., k.i 1. 1 .
in asbort time, it you continue to neglect joursett,you
will begin to feel a sense of tightness ana oppression across
the chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains.
Then a dry, Jiacking Congh, will set in, and wLeri you raise
anything it will be a thick and yellowish, or. white frothy
matter; streaked, perltaps, with blood. If you still take no
medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you
will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills, Niffht Sweats' Copi-
ous Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you still
neglect yourself.a few weeks or months will see you'eonsign
ed to the crave, leaving venr friends to mourn how rapid! v
CONSUMPTION did its work, and hurried you away.
Friend! have' you no cause to do alarmed? In the above
sketch you may see as in a glass; how every case of Con
sumption progresses, with more or les ratudity, to a fatal
termination. t)f all ths Thousands and Millions whom this
great .Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every single case
began with a Cold 1 If this had been attended to, all might
bave been well but, betngneglccteU,nndcrttic tatal delusion
that it- would "wearitself," it transferred its deadly action
to the sdbitance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation
of .tubercles. Another, amfanothercSd added fuel to the
flame, until these tubercles began to sotlen arid suppurate
i eavin?. by their ulceration, creat cavities in the Lunars. At
ins crisL.-', tuc uu utctj uiuivuiio. cuie, aiui uucnuiue'
ets at defiance airhuniatt ibeans.
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will ofWntimes
arrest the! disease; or ciieck its progress, and will always
niako the patient more comforta;Ie, andprolong his life, and
is therefore worthy ofa trial; but 111 its incipient or forming
- periods, Consumption is as curable as anyothcr disease, and
"Dr. Rogers" Syrup of Livcrworth, Tar, and Canchalagua,"
if taken at this time, will cure' it $SF AS SURELY AS IT
IS TAK EN !4B1 This is strong language, but we can refer
1 - ' - " . 1. 1 : 1 : n. . t. r . ' i . r. ' .
yon to numberless living witnesses to prove that it is TUlu
And therefore, we earnestly exhort everv man, woman and
child, who has a Cough, or 5s 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, bnt eradi
cate at thorough! v, at ouce. by this power, fully heaiing com
pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry you in full I
vigor 10 a goou oiu age :
Hare yon delicata, weakly childrenwho are always taking
cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! There never was
cae cf Croup, which did not originate iri a Cold! And
when your child goes tq bed wheezing and coughing, you
,khov not that, before morning, Croup may not set in, and
ere you catf get a Physician, jour dear child may be beyond
the re'Jch of help. Vi beseech you therefore, as you value
the fives of your children, keep this medicine hy you in the
bouse, and when your little ones take cold and commence
coughing, give it to tbcm at once, and rest not until the cugh
Is entirely subdued. We conscienlicuslr aver, after the
mast extended experience, that if this advice were followed
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for (ho cold would be cured, before it could arrive at th:s!-
t gravated and fatal stige. 11 every Mother, especially, heed
weuuiesercmaixs,inat sue maynotneieatier.wncn mourn
ing over the early blight of some cherished blossom, have
occasion bittcrly'to rcproach'herself for her criminal neglect.
It is an old adage, that "to be forwarued, is to be forearmed."
Parents! so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ?sk for Dr. A. Rogei-,'Syrup of LIVERWORT,
TAR and CANCHALAG UA, and let no other be palmed on
you. ' SCOVIL A MEAD,
, 111 Chartres Street, New Oceans,
Wholesale General Agents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders and applications Ibragenciesmust beaddressed.
Also sold by BERRY,
DR. WAI. JIcLANkI
INBIAN AND GEEHAN ROOT DOCTOR,
T) rSPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of NashviL
1A and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
denco of fourteen years in the South, and" penuanentlvla
cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Wasl
ington and Pearl streets, -n here he may at all times be fount
by those wboina)'wish to consult him.
He hasfn his possession many certificafes. from men I
emfmrnt standing certifying to the permanent cure or the
most distressing cases o't the foUowirg diseases, vis Ner
vous" Affections, Liver Cdmplaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Wesk Lungs, Fits, Dropsies,
Cancers, Ulcers, Seroffuloiis, Hemoptasls or the Lungs, and
other Hcmcragcs; Diarrhoea, Diseases oT the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints orthe Blood; Diseases cr Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
Dunne his residencein the South, heattended tooverten
thousand different cases, all or which he treated with more
than ordinary ."iiecr-a.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended-
Nashvillei Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
3JA11 Letters addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville.
TO ALL WHO SUFFER WITH ANY PAIN.
IJ. I . J . CO 1,15 1 J K.N Dentist.
Ay Taxes this method or infonniristhenub-1
r lie that he is loeaied nerrcanenllr at Trenton.
lenn., and is prepared to pertorm any oj)enttion, that he
may be called upon to do, in the shortest notice; plate work
neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. He will visit
occasionally, Jackson, Tcnn., and surrounding towns for the
purpoFe of doingplate work principally. Tenons wishing
new set of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to be of service to
them, are solicited to patronize him, itli tbe assurcsue that
satisfaction shall bejjiren, posmrKLr. ornopyr octt4 ly.
IL G. SCOVEL. a
1st atttlj Apotheca'ryj',
Sorth ride of the Pvlte Sqvare, 3 ifwri West of the
. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
. PaIST., . , Bul'SSIES, "" lERraiSRT,
Pawbitt, ' Oil, ' Die Stuits, -"
Faxct Abticlf i-uor, . l VAExisitra, "J.
Glass; Glass was e, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
UTERO ABDOMJXALSUPPORTEESand TRUSSES
WASHITA OIL STONES,"
Drns, Medicines, Chemicals, Ac.
XisleUIsf llarch 11, 1853. f
ATIIITE LEAD. ) kegs, Pure and Nd.1 White
Iead, for sale low for cash, by
t ! sept2
H. G. SCOVEL
I T"OB ACCO. Langhom A Armistead's best Gold Leaf,
H. G. SCOVEL
LYONS A- BROWN'S Etttncerf .Aitmioa Ga.gtr
beth of which the snbscrilrcan recommend as pes,
sessing extraordinary ctuatire pewfrs in cases of Cramp,
Cliche, Ilj-sentery, DiarrhoM, Nausea, Ac, forsale hy
f f'2 H. G.SCOV'EL.
QOAP -Yt.e yri.-t An,f,U'ir. i-.np C'wir.V Sowt,
11 iiicii cieanse i:iotn, i.inen and tabnes or every de-1
scnption, without the process ot IoiIing and rubbing, on 1
hand and for .sale by the bar of in boxes. Families and the
Washerwomen find" it good. For sale -North side the pub t
lie Square, 8 doors west of the'NashvillcInn, by
tspis It. Ii. SCOVEL.
"j fATCHES. 75 gioss Charles Patridge's Wood Box
11 L Matches, forsale by
sepi2 H II. (i, SCOVEL.
T INSUED OlL.ijljrrelliBseed0iI. Justieceived
1. A and fiir sale by aug 7 STRETCH A ORR.
; fpANNEllS' OIL.- 2 Si?ximeri' OUortbe"be7t
X quality. Received and forsialobv '
I an7 TUVTrit t. nnn
7.; . , aiur.n,u J. utu.
I T ARD OIL. 3 baiiels puie Sncet aud White Lard
s j vii. v icceivcu anu iorsaie d-
"PURE WINES AND BRANDYM-ondon Port
J. Wine; Malaga Wine; Shern-AVinc; Sweet Mala-n Wine:
Jamaica Rum; French Bnindv-.'Received nndforsale bv-
.STRETCH A ORR Whole-ale and Retail DruggW
.-v v..i. a.iLi uiuuii &irevu-, aaiivtne
be Jiappy lo tee all of tLeir customei s.
J'meS STRETCIT A ORR.
-25 lbs Fine Bathing poce.
STHKTGII .fctll'l! 0
I) Received and for sale br
July 24 Wholcsaleanrl Retail DiupL'isls.Cciiicr
CVllegd and Union Stieefs.
QUEGEON SPONGir. 10 lb Fire White Sunreon I
Q.pougefur sale by july 24 STRETCH A 0RIL. ,
I TAYLOR'S WASH BALLS. 12 ' doiT TaTloS
rystahzed ash Balls. Received and for sale by
' july 24
STRETCH A ORR.
I ENGLISH 'TOOTH BRUSHES 12 draTTine
Li English Tooth Brushes, made from the -best Russia
llritles, which are wancnted not to ccmc out -'For sale by
I jn'J"-4. STKETCII A ORR.
BIl?.V.?UiEPlVlIiTJi V.' AX.-I bolrTueBiealh.
cd N lute ai. Eeceivcd Hnd for sale br
! Jul-v2t STRETCH A ORR.
WrilirSi IJONNii P GLUE. iu lbs"
l-i. 1 1 1;. 10 lbs best White
! , T JMMJIie UH1C.
H littlC. IlefVlVPfl linri for I.tr
I juiyyi S1KLTC11 A OR!'., Wholesale and retail
j DntggisU, Corner College ,A Union Sts.
Q UNDRIES. 100 bbls best FIouVo keg-f or Nalll
I O 1000 bbls No 1 Salt; 20 tons a3sorfed Iron;
I CO doz Painted BuckeU; 5 bbls Brimstocc;
' 20 nests ofTnbsr C " Alum;
, 20 "' LairiKt.ifel measures;106 Plows;
' 5030 lbs bar Lead; 2abbUNo3f Maclcrel;
200 bags Shot, nwrted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do;
1 n. assorieu lwmtjOUBs; 'JO bbls S S Almonds; . 1
j m uuAesijuo.-i ones uigars; Ol " Joirge Pecans
, &0rfoz Bedccrds andlnnos; S boxfa Figs; '
I 50 bags Race Ginger; S, " Tobacco, assorted;
23 bags Pepper, S tierces Fresh Rice;
50 boxes-Dried Herring; 25- bbls English Soda;
. 1 cask Madden 60 bdxe Fresh Tea;
10 botes Stnughfon's Bitfers;10 " Crome's best Indigo.
50 B Wueat Flour, ext; -t
Together wilh nuinv other articles, which will be sold
I low, by dec!4 ' L II. LANIER. Market st.
CARO...-I teg leave toinrorni my friends and pat-
Ceder and Ch'crrv streels. fi'Om mr'old stand next d..r
-:., nV :r;.:,,:,";.-: .
uiso iiiiuionn mem inai 1 naveou nana a cnoice 101 01 Ci- j
ears, Snuffs, Tobaccos, and ITpes; those in want of good ari. I
utiui wuuiu uo wta 10 can, as 1 Keep a 1 ocaccoxist SrooE.
Little Indian, comerand Cedar Cherry s!s.
FACTS THAT ARE 'f ACTS.
TTTI10 does not know that LVoxs A CO., keep always oa
hand the finest Cigars and Tobacco to be bad in
to.vn. AU we can say to those who arc ignorant or this. Is
to request them to call and examine our stock, and they
will soon be couvi.iced that such is the case. Don't Torget
the Inoin (l.yons Den, No, in. Cedar street
Tobaccos. We are just in leceipt ora large lot or
smoking and cbewir.g Tobaccos, consisting of some orthe
",'Dr?.L?r'eculana,nPlnP' or.e "."e.Twbole-
sale or retail by
III I I
I? EM OVAL.- STRETCH A ORR have removed y? I
1 i l their, stock H Druns, Ac, to the new nnd large 5 SJ"
Store House recently ciecttd on Ihe corner of College , f,lre;
and Union stuvfs. itnmm sVtt..,,,..r,,i,,.,i..rTr, Hazar
I p" I
'. ! ") I
,' ' . ,
"S K --?' 1'2
C.' S-i rtif 02 o '
GO J: 2 S i-u c S
.-3 C -r
H . i- -o
HARDWARE AMD CUTLERY.
FALL Jc CUIfMXGlIAM,
No. 4T, CoIIegeSt.
ARE now receiving; their Fr.ll supply of Hardware
and Cutlery direct from the ma'nufuctniers in Eu
rope and America, to nhich they invite the particnlaratten
tion' of Merchants visiting Nashville for their Fall stocks.
Theirstock in t,toro and daily coming to hand comprises a
full assortment ol Blacksmith's and Carpenter 's Tools, Cut
Urr, Guns, and all articles in their line.
They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
the very highest market price in exchange fori laid ware,
orin payment or debts. aulS
IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE AND
Y. .-"J-'-eccr-;.awca; g
S ' '' ' 'AS
a w - .' E
2 sf. & 1
1 v 1
T-I tt ecclTf,, lM b,ocic. which, is' large and f Single Packages weighing W tbn Iw) lU, will be iu
I 1 well assortnl To tluiao vrhn m.U fr....,.!,.,. rn I a iiJ? n....
rviwfi r,r- tn nmn-f n..l ....... .,'1... . - . i -t .
cash, or to prompt and responsible men on time, they will
sell at prices that will Cirorablv comnare with any other
market. Amongst the raribuj articles comprising their
Stock thev have
PUMP CHAINS, POCKET and TABIJ3 CUTLERY,
PUMP FIXTURES AND GALVANIZED TTBIN'O;
PAT. STRAW CUTTERS, CORNS11ELLERS;
AXES AND CHAIN'S, CARPENTERS' TOOIi?;
RIFLE BARRELS, BLACKSMITHS' do:
GUN LOCKS, MILL AND i CUT SAWS.
A large quantity of double and single barrel Shot Guns,
and Rinei , at unusually low prices.
Feathers. Beeswax." and Ginseng tVpn at thf hivhtl
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
CARRIAGES!! CAltUlAfJESIl I
A sincere tbanks tohurndn.l. kii.l tliAViihifm.r.Ar.n.. r,.
1111B saD:cnbertaves tbis method offreturulnp Ms most
the patronage he-has already recehed, and would say to
them, that he nn has imhand UicLaipcilund ct
SMorttnentof WORK cveruOered in tula market: from tho
llcht TROTTING SULKV 10 tho flueal CAKRIOL.V CAR
RIAGE, all of ray own Manufacture.
Perious from a dutaocecan rest assured of alway flndlne
someUilcs tbat will unit their taste, "II In the shape ofa
Carriaee." I have the ben Workmen to do mj
lVork, Call and teeinr auortmant.
N. B. 1 am Drenared to bnlld Work tn nritr a.fcnrt nn.
a. i-r u uuu.i f
Lower Market Street
'I'O THKPUHLIC-TUli aubscriDer
A bee leave to stale that he still carry on (
the COACH AND CARRIAGE RL'SINESS.
at his old stand on North Market it. two doors'
below H. & B. D.iuRj,i Co. Kuopg constantly on hand
a UrB and welt assorted ateck from a light linger to a Car
riola. Thankfal for paat favors, ho most respectfully solicit, a
continaation,ho.iri Jy cheapness, durability aedgood work
manshlptn merit vour patronage.
Jang ly. GF.O. SLOANV
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING EST A3 -
v. n n t ei.., 1 . JJ .-' ji r.11 r.
U&rLlTl A V-Jl"'
WHERE may bo found a choice mid well selected
t stock of Cloths, Casimpres and Vesting, all
orwhich will be made un to order in tbe most Fash-
1 ionable Style and at as short notice as cm be done 111 aov
city lnlLe union, and at prices to suit the times.
Ready JIado Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests ol
all kinds. A line assortment of 2)Ien. Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stock!,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket HandkertEefs, silk
and linen. Shirt coUars, Umbrellas, Ac,
3?"Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine, fmrfij TIIOS. J. HOUGH. Agent.
AGRICULTURAL lXANUFACTCREiiG "colilf AKY
THIS establishment isnow prepared
to manufacture all! kiud-i of Waggons,
"Carts and Plows of every descriDtion.
and anyothcr forming impliments tLsed inCSy,--- . I
this country. NgjJ
The prices for such thing will not be mcie nun is paid
for them brought from other phces. We are ready to re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Cart3, and otht-ruten- !
sils for making roads.
The Mannfacturmg of Waggons is underthe Snperinten- I
dence of Wilson Mullen, whose work is well known here.
We respectfully soh'cit orders from the Planters and Meich- j
ants in the surrounding counties for our work.
One or two cood Watron Makers wanted immcdiatelr
Gid prices will be paid lor first-rate workmen. ,
GEO. V. AIXEN.
Jur.elS Iiwer Market Street.
THE UNITED FIREIIEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 01
CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLARSl
Chartered by the State.
! HpHl3 Company liaving fully organized, is
' JL. notr ready to take risks on all descrip-
iiuiis ui nranenr. airainE ins nr A.-imncr
fire, also against ienls ofthe sea or inland nav-
igation. Propositions for insurance will be received at the
office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St.
A. W. JOHNSON, President,
J. S. Dashiell, Sec'y. (Nashville, Oct. 8, 1S52.
C0ERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
chaelistox, socra cakolixa.
Capital $250,000? All Paid In.
JOHN S. DASHIELIi, Agent
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Ollice, and
opposite the Verandah, wiu insure ou th mutual prin-
uouses, jicrciianuize, Ac, against .Loss or Damage by
Steamboats on any of the Western waters against Ihe
ds of Inland Naritration and the Carimea nf Vessels tf
evn' descrintion aTaiusl the Peril. of the Sas n.t Itirw
1 1 ... 1 - T ; " . . ... , . .
so, me jiiTc 01 jwrsous iu goou iiHaltn, lor a single Tear.
n turn, mS ...k.M .... .T..? irr .1... Y l. - '
.... .v.... v. 01 umiug uie. disu, cgUUk noic-
uioim jrrr mail,
All .J.,, i...: i..;,: .... .. ..
its, without any liability to loss the-TaUf iS-
miums which they mar mr 1 nmouui ol ITe-
miums which they may par.
H. S. PII.CHER, President,
, - , J-B: JOHNSON, VicePresid
C. J. F. WruBTOx; Secretary.
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM-
O PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
FilCE on theNorth side of tliePublicSquare, midway
between tbe Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
1 They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
J scription against tire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and therislc of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
I other river crafts, and ou sea vessels and other cargoes, on
' the usual term. JOHN M. HILL, 1-resideat.
! Josnrit Yakut, Secretary.
I DiKKCiorii. Alex. Allison. John M. HilL F. B. Tor?. G-.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. 31. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Stay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavocfc.
Corner of Sixth and Main Street." 1
THEimdcrsigncd would respectfully inform his friends
and the travelimr public in sreiieral. that lil..-i l.l
the above named Hotel for a lerm of years. Having gone to :
P a CTeatexncnse in re'itinn. nnrl r.lnn.t!t,;. n.. ...
D A a v usMIU law mAUi l4
that it isnow second to no hotel in the West. Hoping by
strict attention tobusiuess to merit a liberal share ofthe 1
public favor. J.MOS1IER, '
. . ... Formerly of the Nashville Inn. t
LouisHlle, July 10 -rw a dSm. ;
jVJOIICE. I shall in a few days be iu receipt of my
ompnsing ail the latest and most fashionable styles for
Parlors, HalLs, Chambers, Ac, togother with a Urge Variety
ofFire - seietnj, Window Paper. Ac
w. w. FiNN.ti.MarVi.tst
letween Union and theSipiare.
. - JOHN RICHAEDSONT
BARBER AND, HAIR DRESSER,
No.-22 Cetae STatar.
WOULD -respectfully inform all who have any use
fir the services or a Barber, that be has at th; time
ill his employ a number of the best and most exrierienced
ojierators that ever handled a laznror a pair of shears in I
Na3hville. His shop is fitted np neatly, and gentlemen may f
o.4j3njitimcaiiY irtj ujiuu prainpb airennoii ana conuor
table sharing. He liopes to continue to receive a l.bcral
share of eucouragement from an intelligent public that
knows bow to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er
dusted." mis 17
TT'LOUR. - SO barrels extra St Louis Flour iost received
JOHNSON, HORNE. A CO.4decl4T-12l
. .1 I ll . I II.
, RATES' REDUCED.
i- rr HE-Nashville and ,ChatUmoro Railrt?ad vj
! 1 Corr.imnr. juid the Tennessee River if. II.
- njlowiiig latesof fraiHpottatiun f-n Freight between Nasii-
ville.Tenn, and. the vanou landings on the Tennesses
; ."Riven - - -
- . '- L .S
. ' J!
nctt. Dry (Ii
oreae,'I In NTre',CljrK,
lloll.iw Ware, l'utUuJ
I ons, Hor,eCullArs,stovei
' and Stove Ware. Taj,
llrnii In Irai f- n rt YiS r m.m
) Saddlery, Candles, Oddh
'. itciioniriej,ctc., er
SerosB Om Sursr.
Con. MoIbsns, N'alts,.
ira riaw. uar and rfcl
Lead, la birrels,
Glass, Colt n Yarn. Do.
mestict, HemD.Dd Kan!
ej.RIco, Hide Bale Korel
run rolls and bxs. Bard-'
' vraro. Gtasi and Qn'eS4-t
; ware In craletaad boxu.
; Lead add Paints In krgi J
tiover rtcu, maw,
Candles, Soap, .Batter
i lwejwax.uii, uran
' IVlaes and other Uo
1 per iuoio. ....... ....)
: TmD Ohm Karon,
' tant and Pork la tlfrcf 4l
r or bauds, liar I-onJ
, heavy Catting., Grlcjj
Stones and undrvssed)
I Marble per 100 ib.. I
fig Moult per HQ lb...l....334
VbUkv.Perbtlof4ftraU St : 9
$1 HS1 pn
au. per doi ............ 1
1 Flour, per libl, and Salt!
1 sack..... !,
Porter .Mo, aJ Dataej-'
tie llqaois, per bbt of4l
I galom 1
Lard Unseed, or ntfier
I Otis or Tennessee Mnno-I
i fjftare,perbl.l of40ei(s.l
1 Powder, seture y pack-:
1 ed in cuts orho-r-beads '
' rerlOOpontdai..... ...
1 dot 1 Mr
1 eo 1 as
1 r 1-7 2 10i S 15
4 201 150i
' CarbO)j, mineral Actds J
(at Coinnanj's eoareB-
I leccj.) Kiei
I Piano Fortes boxed....
I Cotton Gins boxed, and
!' 2 Sl 2 73.
Ik ta w ! wi n to-
roruoio liArrow's or r
Un tea of the Sou.h Ml! ,
1 Plow (atsortedj aad
' Cultivators, eith..
I REGUluVTIONS. CONDITIONS. AND EXCEITIOXS.
' . . . . . . ..
j .... . . v . v. .... .... .... e.aav v, V-. : , .iwn. J . I I
, tion to the trouble and expense of houdung and space occu
pied. ! Goods in Packages cot secure nr insitfSctent for the pn
t tection of contents, will be transported only at owner's
. All ct-iims for damages must be collected of the party delivering-'
the goods, and claims (or Imst or missing goods
f must be made within 60 days from dateof shipment, or they
I will not be allowed.
The above Companies w ill not be responsible for Leakage
. cf Oils. Liquors, or other I.Kiui.ls, or for the Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Csibovsof Liquids, tinle..
incr do securely lacked 111 oodea liw wiln their lo'n
The foUowinir Articles will only be TraBStorted at "0vn-
er'sBisk," a to BreaUge. Chattier. FiW, Hfaf, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Dvlavs, vtr
3IoUses, Dresseil Marble, (Has and Oiinaware. Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, louse. lernij us, Fur
niture, unboxed, .Moveables and Konsehotd Goods, Flesh
Fish.-Poidtrr. Lire Stuck of every Jiscriutien. Boxes. C-
gars not ui-el, uaUM?, achim, AAwtiuj; li lasses. Musical
Instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Tree and
Shrubbery, Stoves aud Sttve Castings, Light and Hollow
On Freight destined fitr Chat tanmgn or Decatur, and all
intermediate puintp, no uxlta charge will be made durmg the
low water season, except that all arlicles carried at less than
Third Class Rates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
fttfAntwir.a nsln fmm Yttr wittm AMllral.. tH.s rl.V .if
detentions arising from low water are entire! vat the risk of
fin V..-.-1. 1 t-..t,.:u . -1 l.,,. !:.( . :i. ...
during low water, but 111 no cose i-tbre any resptmsibihtr
assumed Tor the detention ot Goods during or 011 account cf
Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson. Agent, N. A I. R.
R. C, Nashville, will V-e received on, the wharf", all charge
paid, and seut funrard without extra charge for Draj age or
No Freight received on the Wbatf, ner charges paid, ex
cept on Good for Tennessee liver.
Furnitureand aB ether Articles BOteoi eraled above sco
ect to special contract
Emigrants with thyirfa'uirieandnioTeablestakenlbrotili
at low rate.
Persons wishing lo-mue vntrls or desmng- informa-
! lion with regard to or connected with thisarraiioeHiept. w !!
address CW. Anderson, agent, N. id VLC . Nrsh-
Tiwe.or j.u. vimura, rie( iwin. itt j- m. i.i
H. 1. ANDERSON, Spt. N. A C. R. R. C
J.S. WILLIAMS, Pre. Tens. KnerM. M.4T.C
F A L 1 7 A R I IjVNG RJI EN TS . "
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. BY an amngement between tile South Caavlira. ipwuf
Georgia. Western and Atfataticaod Nash? . ''e,5?l
and CLattanooga railroad, goods will Iw krcujht2I
through to NashviHeat the foikHvin rates.
I Boxes Hat, Bonnet. Farmtwe. TeaAand ether Iit
goods, per cubic feot.
Boxes Shoe, Dry Gfeds, Srf4)ry, Gbss, I)r.C6n
fectionaries, Cainpheae, Spirits Turpentine, in casks,
Ac, per 100 lbs.
All articfes net coming ander speoAe rates, as ecomer
ated in the tariff of" the roads betweyH Chattanooga
end Charleston, (eopws of which can he seen or had
at tlio Freight Agent's Offite) per hG Ifcs fi 05
Goods to l-e delivered at Nashville at above jm mint
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care o Agent of
Na-Jiville and Chattanooga Railrrad Co., at Chattanooga.
I dud Agent of South Carolina IUtlroad Co., at Charleston.
Person shipping from eastern cities can ship by t r
ers at or about ISc, by propeller at 8c. and sailing vrs
; sels at from Sc. to 7c per f ot
When the Nashville and Chattanooca road Is completed
' from Ctuttanooga ttbe River, n Tardier redaction wi.i be
, mad;-, orwhich due notice will be given
II. I. ANDERSON, Sunt N. A C. R. R. Co.
N. B. The same diHereuee wVl be made wher good i ere
to bo delivered at Decherd, Shelby villc and Muriieesborr,'
or other stations on our mad, as I non made betwetn
freights from NashriHe to Chattanooga, and freights from
the above points to Cluaanooira. ondfr the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. C-
june 1C If H. I. A.
HAS just received r.n.1 cpene ! a !arg ic 1 well a-.sortf d
s'Kjkoffui rvDim-cr. Tej. IM,f.
s-ifc.otrui rriJinicr, Tea, Ivstrf, ard '
SetU; Fancy Toilet Bouh-s Tecmler., PuITBoxk
Pitcher, a.-es, Ct ffee Cups, Je.vdrv Boxe. f ar
Card Baskets, (uk Stand, Mug. P.o.er Weielus. '.
SetU; Fancy Toilet Boiih-s recanfer.. Puff Boxes, Goblets,
Pitclier, a.-es, Ctffee Cups.Je.vdrv Boxe. ( andlesticLs
Card Baskets, fuk Stand. ilns. P..
Silve-vd Bowie. Goblets, and Salt Stands, with a great
vaneirot other lancv aitieles: tom thr witK nit
variety 01 oilier lancy aitieK; top ther with gilt and wL..'e
China: Stone. YenoW Ct and GU WareV "
' T d " T'1 w f brM. " reastt
terms as any Iwu- in Ihewest Now is thetirseto
res- a.1 cf
131. tn I....
wares cticap, as mey are advancing, and soon I shall ad
1 Vance the prices. faglll--Linl J. C. DARDE'N.
NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
rpHUOCGH by Pennsylvania asd Ofcio Ilailrtwds. Phil
X ade!phia4o Iittsburg. Pir Mwnulhi, Wonster, Cure
land, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati. Indnnepoli.. Lafavatte,
Tcrre Haute, Chicago, and Miikaukie, TTjtmgh bj RaiiitaJ
fiom Philadelphia to Ciocmrati in 87 hours.
Sliortrat and quickest route from tbc Atlantic Cities to the
Great West. Passengers will bud this tbe most pleasant
route to N. Orleans. Only J 11 o Cincinnati ; IStoLon
ville; tl'J ' St, Louis, Via Peniisivai.ia Baiin .1 J, an " t .a
rollowingdaily Steam PacketsfrcniPittsbutg: BuclevStat.-,
Capt M W BeUshoorer, leaves P llsbunr Sunday ; K"eyi
C.'. fI.J. . ' ...
desdavr'Brillicnt. Cant J R Grace, leave litt:.buro'T:jiin-
day: Pitkburg, Capt Hish Campbell Ie Pituburr Ir.
j day; McftieDgar, No. 2. Cupt John Klinefelter, leaves f'.l:s
burg Saturday. Boarding and lodging on board tb.; pacic's
extra. Iittsburg to Ciscinmiti, j-; LoHuville, f,St.
, Fare thronsh by Railroad front Philadelphia to PitNlurg,
9 50; Massil!o)i,10; Cleveland. $!; Mndilaiid ( rest
I line, ill; Columbus, ?1 2 5; Toledo,!", CiBcinoati. .via
destline.) $15: Chicago, (via Michigan Southeni It R. 1
' $13 25. To Chicago, V.'aukeyiB, Keocwhs.lIL, Itacine, Mil
I waukie. Sheboygan, Wifcuunni, via Detroit and Mictijan
Central Kail road, $18.
I Tbe Cars will leave the Commonweal- ijkition, N. E.
I Cornear of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Slr.-Hs. where tickets
1 can be purchased of Bingham & Dock, Agents or the State
' and Columbia Railroad Liaes.
! The maruing Express Train threogh to Pittsburg. Cleve
land, Cincinnati and Chicago. vi!I leave at 7 o'etocfc, A. M.
Thronu-h to Cincinnati in 87 hauf i.
Thenight Mail Tram at , P. M. Ttaotagh tn Cincin
nati In 41; hours, ioeludiugieBbt'. comftutabli rest at
The above lioei pass ihroagU and stop at Lnas'er. Har
risburg, Iwistown, IluntiBgd 111, K.JIidaysburg. John
stown, Grcenbnrg, and iatenoeiat ptuc. '
Nonce In case of loss, tbe Cvaipov will bojd Ihemsel
ves responsible for personal bagvatv nfv, awl fir an amount
not exceeding 10u. TIIOS. MOORJ4,Agent
june 4 If. Pennsylvania. Itiilniad Co.
Tlie Columbia Railroad Line for llarrisbiirg, via Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station
at 1& P.M.
DR. J. W. GRAY.
Offlca in cCoabs Nrw Btae, oaCierry Stx9t