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'fall ami Winter
STOCK OF BBT GOODS
X: HGrner Square and Markii Street, XasliriVe,
Hkez rpceired his new Fall Importations of RICH AND
ELTOANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
lis takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and
the public, feeling assure! that ho can offer as great bar
rain as can be found in the city,
IN KICII FALL AND WINTER SILKS.
Of tho latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
cluding a beautiful variety of tlie richest and handsomest
l'Uid, Brocade, lilock. Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp,
end Watered Silks, as has been in this city.
New ami Urautiful Parisian Plnids,
Of entire new designs, with ihe handsomest and
K1CUEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including thegav, grave, ricli and elegant.
New und Choice French Merinos.
The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most
fasuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful.
KI.fc.GAXT RICH DELAINES AXD casu
mehes. Of the choicest patternsand most beautiful colors, and in
fid every other klud of Dry Goods . suitable for
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Crape and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in
cluding the Rich Broche, or Cashmere Shawls.
MOURNING GOODS OP ALL KINDS,
Of Bombazines, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Black de'Lames,
Bareges, Grenadins,MourniugSleeves, Collars, Chemiittts,
Handkerchiefs, and everything else suitable lor a
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Honiton, Talencienne, and Needle-work Collars; R.ch
Cambric Chcinizetts and Sleeves; insetts; Jaconet and
Swiss Edgings Inserting, Cambric snd Swiss Flouncing,
applique work. Also a bne assortment of
LADIES' AND GENLEMEN'S GLOVES,
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and Merino Under
shirts and Drawets.
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Linen and Citton Sheetings and Shiitings, Table Da
masks, Napkins. Towelings, Crashes and Diapers.
Quilts, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac, Ac
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimcres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open in a few davs a beautiful assortment of the
.LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
JIado of the i e y best material, Ac, Ac
Call and exi in no this large and fine assortment of goods,
suitable to the approaching season, and you will not bo
disappointed either in styles or prices.
Sept 27. 1S5S. JAMES NICHOL,
1S53. FALL IMPORTATIONS. 1853.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Xo, 57, College street.
JOHN K. I1CME 13 now daily receivjngfrom New York
and Philadelphia, his fall and winter supply of desira
ble goods, to ubich he most respectfully invites the atten
tion of all in want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
tho season. JOHN K. HUME,
oct2 No. 57 Collego street.
STAPLE GOO DS. Welsh. Saxony and Shaker Flan
nels; Colored Flannels;
French and English Priuts; Toweling;
Fine Blankets, Ac.; Napkins;
JTuble Cloths, Ac ; JOHN K. HUME.
MANTILLAS AND CLOAKS. Kich Velvet
Cloaks; Talma Mantilla;;
Satin and Cloth Cloaks;
White Emb'd Mantles;
" " Talmas;
JOHN K. HUME.
AT HUME'S EXHIDITION. Will be found an
assortment of extra cheap Moua de Lames, soma as
low as 12J cents per yard. QC12
LSO RICil SILK DRESS GOODS. Maj-utti-
cent I'laid Silk;
Beautiful Pou't d'Sfil;
Uich Changeable Silks;
" Black Broche;
" ltal an Black Silks;
' Hep Silks;
Black Armure Silks;
Bob Roy Plaids;
Paris de Laines;
A ISO English and Frencli Merinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new, rich and really elegant goods, are all
respectfully invited to the exhibition of
JOHN K. HUME,
oct 2 No . 57, College st.
UICH FALL AND WINTER
WA. A J. G. JIcCI.KI.LAXD have just received tho
large.-! mid best selected stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ercr offered in this market, which they offer to the
trade at lower prices than they can be found ' in any other
Lou.e in the city. At No. 20"PubIic sduare.
Rich Drew Good1.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed de Laines;
Check do Kich Plaid
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Sur blT; do Glasgow Plaids;
Plaid Poplins; Plain JIous. de loiincs;
Plain ' Fr'ch Jlerinos A Cashmrres
Kob Roy Silks; English and German Merinos;
Neat de Laiues,
With a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac
White Good, Luces, etc.
Cambrics, Jacknnci, Swisses, Tarltons;
Vat. Laces, Edging and Inserting?;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncings;
Lace and Muslin Collars anil Chimizettes;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and I .awn Hdkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves, Silk and Wool "
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton do;
Black Lace Veils, Bibbous, Ac.
In Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we have the richest ns
fortinent ever offered in this market, in Velvet, Satin, Cloth
und Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvets for making them.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesiing- Sattitictts, Flannels, Tick
ings, Shirting"!, lileachefl ana lirown Domestics, Hei
Blankets, Super Coat Blankets, Shawls, Linsavs, Prints,
Alpaccas. Wc feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
lo their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
und in so doing save themselves some money,
octll McCLELLAXD'S, No. 20 Public squire
WE R ES I'EITF V I.I.V inform our mcuds and tho
public that wc have now on hand a large and well
ftai1ea stock of Fur, Silk and Soft Hats; Men's and Roys'
Cassimere Hats; Children' Fancy Hats and Caps; Men's
and Boys' Cloth, Flush and Fur Caps of everr descriptisu,
unsurpassed in good quality, st) le and lowness of price.
wir.cn itievouerai nuolcsaie and retail.
oct22 ' LANDE, ELSBACiI A CO..
Hat and Cap Manufactory, No. 48, MarketSt.
"I7ALL AND WIXTEirGOblisTLAX DE. EL.?
J.1 BACK A CO., No .(', Market street, have received
within the last week a large und well assorted stock of ele
gant Ready Made Clothing of the best material, so that per
sons who are desirous of procuring fashionable garments
can be suited.
Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectful
ly invited to call and examine their stock before they buy
elsewhere. We are convinced that we can sell lower than
any other I.ouso in tho city, either wholesale or retail.
LSO. Received this week a large lot of Trunks
Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at
0CS22 LANUK. LLSRACH'S A CO.
"VTOTICE. I am closing up mv business with a view of
JL permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt
ed to me by note and account, some for years, audi bepe
Uev wi' oUll andp&v up without further delay or trouble.
ihae leinoveu my ltiviks an J Paptrs to the room ad
bining Messrs. W. Ill Gordon A Ct.
an; 14 SAM SEAT.
"O YE TLOUR KL'SSEI.L & ROXD, 51,
.L Bnod Street, harcjut receiied an excellent article ot"
BYE FLOUR, bolted and unbulted.
nov3 li A T w.
rincipT:" ciT:7 rs.- ii in-EKxTiTo vkZ
and exlra Principe Oigtii-s, just received bv
nov!2 R. 4.J.riXON.
CtI4EUK yan:vev. a yoTn?; man who
writes a good huai!, u'ld has a general knowledge of
accounts, can obtains situation b uukirg apphcV.uui, with
rtferouces, to M. box 8S, Post Oilire.
Nashville. Nov. 11, 1 "'".
rpo COITirVTliatriIANTS I vw.uld call
JL tlie attention of ileilers to ihe hnivy Stuck of Wall
Papprs, I am now receiving and prcjtfireil to offer on the
most favgnihle terms. s?y:l'" W. W. FINS.
fplTd.SElWE SUFt-rsvr RECEIVED
X. per 'linos'' A- L- Davis, s.'.i ikiui.J-. of SNUFF of su
perior ipialiliesol the fine brands oM;arreii'ssiierHr Scotch
Snuff iu bottles; Room's Macabov in bottles and keg. Al
fa. a superior qmhty of Frtnch tapjH'e in gallon irs, suit
able to truvelleis. Al.o, a large lot of line cut Cavendish
Chewing Tobacco, a new artiile, with an assortment or
The above.artigles I am prepared to sell Wbolesale or Re
tail as cbesa as any bouse in the West
nov4 JAMES MOORE.
Tobacconist, sign little Indian, cimcr Cherry and Cedar
L3AXDKR O. STETEXSON. RODU1T L. WB1TI-
STEVENSON it WHITE.
Ko. 59, College, street.
HAVE on hand a large and desirablo stock of STAPLK
AND FAXCY DRY GOODS, which they will sell
vcrv clieoji for cash, in order to reduce their stock before
tbevreceive their Fall purchases. All of you who like good
bargains give them a call. augt
WE have on hand a large and beautiful stock of Indies
DRESS GOODS, such as plain, checked and bros
cade Silks; Silk Robe. IJtrrages and Bernge Robes; and a
large lot of beautiful French Muslins, all of which will be
sold extremely low for cash bv
augl "STEVEXSOX A WHITE.
I7RENCH NEEDLE WORKS.-STEVEXSON
A WHITE liavejust received a -vt-ry large stock of
French Newlle Works, such us Collars, Sleeves, Chimizctt-s.
Itaudkercbivfs, Edgings, lnsei tings. Ribbons, Ac, whicli
they are selling tt very reduced prices for cash' augl.
received a large stock of Damask, Linen Sheets and
Linen Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a large lot of Plain
I jnen Xipkins and Damask Towels, Inch will be sold very
low for cash by augl STEVENSON A WHITE.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING KOOUS.
All vou who wish to purchase Cloths, Cassimeres
Vesting, Linens. Patent Shuts Linen and Drilling Draw
mi, Halt-Hose, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Glovesand
Cravats, call in at STEVEXSOX A WHITES, No. 59, Col
lege street, for they are selling off very low for Cash, in or
der to make loom for their Fall fetock. ug4
CHARLESTON-, SOCTH CAROLINA.
Capital t250,000: All Paid In.
I HAVE been appointed Agontof the above Company at
Nashville, and am fullv prepared to take Marine, Fire,
Hirer Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
teen attheolbcoof the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street.
seplS JOHN S. DAS1I1ELL, Agent.
MARINE & INLAND
H ART FORD. CONN-
r3f Tlie undersigned. Agents for this old and responsi
ble office, is always prepared lo issue policies upon ra
risks oa favorable teniis. ,,
l.liSl'fslit.l Ci. wiiuin.i,icw
for Nashville and Davidson County.
ESTABLISHED FOR TEN YEARS.
. k :
OUR Goods are selected and purchased by ourselves,
with great care in the best markets, which enables us
lo sell low for CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry; and we sell as cheap as auy house in the country-
Toys, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Revolvers and Seir
cocking ; Spanish Cigars, Aic, &c. jnly 25 tf.
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
VAZXXT ST., OPfOSHE JOttNSOX A iioesk's TOBACCO WAHKnOCSK,
Marlle Wareroomi at Vie old stand Corner rf Summer and
HAV1XG made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities are fsuch that I can execute all
kinds of work iu the most tasteful manner and tlie latest style,
as cheap as it can be doi'O iu any of the Easicrn Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the comer of Spring and
Summer stiets, specimens may be seen hich will enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is tlie best method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Ecast Tennessee
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or in the rough state.
A large assortment ot Monuments, Toitns, Baptismal
Fouxts, Ubxs, Vases, Gasdiu Fioueis, Grave Stoxes, Ac,
carved and lettered to order. Furxituue Marble executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as
it can be procured from the East Also, Marble Mantels,
of every description, plain or carved. Bcildino Stone, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left at my Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock before purcliasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope bv strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their' favors. JAMES SLOAN,
CornerofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville,
li:.N .- S Y li VAN I A 1UILKOA 1.
THIS road now complete, It opens a communication be
tween Pittsburg and PhlUdelphia.orPittsburg and Baltl
more. Hy which Freight from tho weit can reach an caitern
tnnrlrtniitrkf.rnn.1 rhpflnnr Ib&n bv anT of the T)reA lit rival
outes: they connect with the dally packets at Pittsburg,
from St Louli, Louisville, Cincinnati, wheeling', and all the
different points on the western waters. Also with the Cleve
land and Pittsburg Kail Road, and Ohio and Pennsylvania
Kail Koadairmsourg. cars run tnrouen Deiween ruisDursn
and Philadelphia witliouttrsnshlpment of freight, an ail van.
l&?a that can be annreciated bv all shlnnera.
In case of obstruction of navigation by Ice or low water
freights westward can be forwarded rrora fllUDur" tiin
cinnatl, or towns in tho interior by Railroad.
RATCS Ot" ritl.tCHT
Between Pittsburg and Philadelphia or Hiltmore.
First Cllisi. Winter Summer
Dry Coods, Books andSlatlonary Boots,) per 100 lbs.
Shoes, Hats and Carpeting, Furs and Pel SI TScta,
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, &c. '
Brown Sheetin? & Shlrtlnc In Bales, "1
Drurs.GlAss Ware, Groceries, except Cof-! 85 els. CO cl
flee, Hardware, Hollow Ware.Machtnery,
Oilcloth, Wool, &e. j
BatUrln Firkins & Kegs, Caudle, Cot-1
ton, In winter,! Queenswaro, Tallow, i 75ctt.
Tobacco, In loaf or Manufactured, Kasl-J
ward, &c. Jj-c. J
Bacon. Cotton (In summer,) Coffee, Lard 1
and UrdOil, (through) Port in full car
05 eti. 40 eti.
loads at owners risk. J
Geo. C. FmucUciis,
Freight Ji'tnt, Pittthnrg.
K, jr. Snccdcr,
Freight j9f cat, Philadelphia.
TIngr:ixv Sc Koons.
Freight Agents , Baltimore
j. i.. r.itiott.
Freight jfat,.V.7 TTett i(.,.V". Y.
II. II. Houston,
(7e. Freight Agent, 'Philadelphia.
march 1C, 1S53 ly
DR. LLBBY'S PILE OINTMENT
IS PREPARED for the Grafenburg Company by Dr.
Benjamin' Ltanr, of New Hampshire. He is a Physician
eighty-eight years of age, and has for the last sixty-three J
years" used tliis Ointment in his practice. A cure is war
ranted, no matter how extreme the case.
This is sufficient to induce every person suffering under
this disease to try it. Price per Bottle $1.
The Vegetable Pills, prepared by the Grafenburg
Company, are used constantly by hundreds of thousands,
who attest their value
The true operation of Medicine is to give increased activity
to the means possessed by Nature for the removal of the
causes of disease. Foralf billions disorders, Costiveness, 1
Imperfect Digestion, Deficient Action of tLe Bowels, Liver
Complaints, Headache. Activity of the Stomach, Ac Price j
25 cents per Box, with full directions. Forsale by all Drug
gist. octlS ALEX. McKENZIE. Agent. ,
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
opposite the Verandah, will insure on tlift mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Lass or Damage by
Fire; Steamboats cn any of the W estcm waters against tlie
Hazards of Inland X ivigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
cvry description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in gnod health, for a single year,
for a tenn of years, or during life. 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 nhicli they may pay.
M. S. PILCIIER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President,
C. J. F. Wharton', Secretary. f janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against lire
and the risk of the rirer; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, ou
the usual terras. JOHN M. HILL, President.
Josti-n Val-lx, Secretary.
Dirlctors. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg. G.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
United States Aiailliinc
Through in 18 to.riO Hours.
NEW YORK AXD CHARLESTOX SEMI
WEEKL Y STEAM SHIP LIXE
On Saturday, the new and splendid steamer Jns. Ad-
gcr, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Marlon,
l,2txi tons, W. Foster, Commander.
Ou eiinesdav the Union, 1,500 tons, Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tous, Thos. Ewan, Com
mander. These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety,
speed and comfort. Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will insure
Travellers by this line every possible comfort and accom
modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Accom
modations, apply at the ollice of the Agent,
septlS HEXRY MISSR00X,
ComerEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Wharves.
Cabin passage 25. " Steerage ?3.
' mrctr DVPTTDTC UV XTTPTTAT tr PVAIVIPV
J"EW FLOUR. 100 bags St Louis Mills, expressly
for family use. aug7 iuiiui,.srr.At;uuiv.
i TAR CAN D LES. 3(h) boxes, half and quarter boxes
... r. . - - v-ir.ilT I. li f-irL-
4-iar v.anaies. uugi .h.uuu.hiiawuu.
SUGARS. 20 bbls St Louis Crushed Sugar;
10 . ' Powdered "
BUlr7 NICHOL A PEACOCK.
J AVA AND LAGUYRA COFFEE. 20 bags
old Government Java Coffee ; 80 bags Laguyra Coffee;
150 bags Rio Coffee. NICHOL A PEACOCK.
TUST received a splendid assortment of Gold I aper,
Gold and Velvet Borders, and Plain Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Ac, together with a large lot of W indow
Curtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Tcisters, Ac
J-On iiand, a Urge assortment ot unglazed papers,
from 10 to 25c per bolt. ,
KLAGGS A GORBEY.
No. 20, College street; next door to the Sewanee House
N.B. Paper-hanging done in the best manner. oct2
PERKINS & CLACK Are now prepared to re
ceive, store and step cotton. Liberal advances made
to consignments. oct2.
K. P. S. WOODWARD. Office No. y Cherry
street, three doors north of Church street, has on hand
Vacine Mattel of the very best quality, whicli he will sup
ply to the profession generally. octfi ly
RAH AM BREAD-GraliamBreadfordispeptics
octlS R, A J. NIXON.
I " 11 " 11 1 HWIiai LH
'pw- . n.W ' it:.;.
Arir LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday 1
XCjfvrsiS and Wednesday, afierthearrivafof the cars ;
J3steZ&&i from the South" and West.
FEBKItfo & CLACK,
VIIULXA LE OH O VERS,
Commission nail Forwarding Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
Corner of CoUeye and Ciurch slretlt, XjAciOe.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; M baw Havana;
50 do Laguyara; 50 uo Java.
CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 18,000 American ;
100,0000 Cuba 6's and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 200 joxes Sperm and Star;
uoxes sienna an tuiiow
COTTON YARNS A lo'-of assorted Nos. Osnuburs, su-
lcrioi quality at manutacturers pnecs;
FRUITS 100 bxa Raisins, assorted sizes; 5o drums Figs;
50 frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans;
FISH 50 barrels and lia'f barrels Mackerel;
75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines;
FLOUR 200 bbls Galligoj .175 Cincinnati;
75 do St. Louis (Harrison's;)
GLASS S00 boxes Window, all sizes;
125 do Qt, PL, and K It Flasks;
75 do Flint Tumb era and Goblets;
60 do Squall and Cap Jars;
90 Demijona, fire and three gallons;
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints;
10 casfcs Scotch Ale ' "
. 75 barrels American and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Peach "
400 do M hisky, various brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum;
25 do Wine, various kinds;
100 do Cider Vinegar; i
MOLASSES 150 bbls and X bls reboiled and a House;
75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 do Wheeling, " "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 cases Tomatoe Catsup;
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St. Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks tine and coase;
135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 60 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copwras, Madder, Olive OiL Lead,
Powder, Shot, fcalacratus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac
For sale low for cash by PERKINS A CLACK.
Jg7Liberal advances on consignmcuts.
WAXTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Baccn and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries,
may 3 PERKINS & CLACK.
SUGAR. 200 hhds Prime NewStfgar;
50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 DarreLs Loaf Sugar;
50 do Crushed do; 10 do Powdered do;
Just receivedand for saleby EDWARDS A HARRIS.
MOLASSES, SYRUP, A:C. 150 bbls Prime Mo
lasses; 20 bbls Suagr House Molasses;
10 bbls Golden Syrup; 20 kegs Golden Syrup, just re
ceived and for sale by ED WARDS A HARRIS,
COFFEE. 300 bags Green Rio Coffee;
100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 50 bags St. Jago Coffee;
25 do Java do, just received and fur tale by
may 22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
SALT, NAILS, Jcc.l.OoO bbls Kanawha Salt;
500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
500 kegs Nails and Brads, for sale by
may23 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
C1IGARS. 20,o00 Genuine Havana Cigars;
J 100,000 Imitation do do;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for salo by
may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS:
CANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles;
20 do Spcrni do;
200 do Star do;
100 do Mould do;
For sale by may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
( BBLS No 1, 2 and 3 Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial,
Black and Gunpowder:
100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel;
50 bbls Vinegar;
5 do White 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,
50 casks Carb. Soda,
10 bags Pepper,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
3 do Alspice,
2 hhds Madder,
10 bags Ginger,
10 boxes Gr Peoper.
2j do balmon;
100 bxa Scotch Herrings;
20 cases Sardines;
100 bxs M R Raisins;
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 Xuts,
2 cans Prunes,
5 do Citrons,
2 casks Currants,
5 hf bbls Cranbtrries,
10 cases Pie Fruits,
20 do Pickles,
20 do Pine Apple Cheese,
100 do lient's Water (
15 do Pepper Sauce.
ater Crackers, 20 cases Toughsou's Bit-
25 cases Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Syrup,
200 reams Wrap Paper,
100,000 Corks, assorted,
20 do Sugar Crackers,
20 do Soda do,
10 do Picnic do
50 bbls Water and Butter
With a great variety of other articles, for sale by
may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
, Ac. 20 qr casks Cue Bran-
10 hf pipes do do
25 if do do do
5 casks old Madeira,
5 do Sherrv,
MX Jo Port;
50 S Malaga,
50 Baskets Champagne,
Muuim's Fleur deSelley
Anchor, Bonche, A other
25 cases Cordials,
80 do Claret Wines,
20 da Muskat do.
In store and for sale by
20 do Itrandy Clicmes,
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 pij-es pure Holland Gin,
1 hhd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Croix do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky,
50 do D D Country do.
20 do Pcnn. Rye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 casksuondon Porter,"
100 bbls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
20 cises Newark Cider,
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
SUNDRIES. 100 kep Nails, assorted sizes;
50 boxes Langhom A Armstead's Tobacco, very su
perior; 20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 gross ofbox Matches;
A few barrels of that same old Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment of
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, College street,
opposite Sewanee House. mayllj R. F. BELL.
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FARM FOR SALE
THE subscriber would call the attention of those who
wish to embark in the Iron business, also those who
wish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to the following
property which be offers for sale.
1st, Jackson Furnace and lands, say about 2300 acres.
This furnace is ou Beaver Dam Creek, Dickon county,
Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the State, being
47 feet high. The furnace, except tlie stack, is now being
rebuilt, and will be ready to put in blast by the 1st of No
vember. The route of the North Western Railroad, us sur-
eyed, passe,s immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un
surpassed, and the timber and grounu admirably adjpted
Also, Belleview Furnace, and about SC00 acres of land,
iucluding the Dickson ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek, about three miles South of Charlotte. There is a
good water power, and also good farming lands attached to
Also, the Valley Forgeon Jones Creek, and about 87,
00 acres of land. The fall is 2S feet, and the head of water
immense. There arc some very fine farming lands in this
tract, and it is altogether a most desirable location.
Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck River oro bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of
which there are five or six, present the best water powers
for the size of the stream that can be found in any country.
The Duck River ore bank is the heaviest deposite of ore in
the Stale, and the ore can be procured with less labor than
at any bank in the country. It is within half a" mile of
Duek River, and the land's, around are covered with the
best coaling timber.
Also, the Lower Tunnel, at the Xarrows of Harpelh, in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for
buildings and machinery. It is unnecesi ary to speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Harpeth. It is kun n to
every one, and twenty-five years of experience enables th
fcubscritwr to 9peak with certainty of its great benefits and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which 1 now reside, and
which tor beauty and fertility is second to none The house
is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip
tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also
by tlie Nashville and 1 ranklin Turnpike It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow
farm," watered bv Little llarpcth, and the best evidence of
its quality is the bay produced on it this year, which all
who have seen it, pronounce it the best they have ever seen.
Itis altogetherone of the most desirable tarms for beauty
and profit that is in the South-west. It contains about 5G0
The above property is offered fir sale, not for the purpose
of profit or speculation, but simply from the fact that the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of
the care, necessarily incident to so much real property lo
cated at different points, and renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it requires.
Any one wishing to purchase any of the above property
will please call on the subscriber "at his residence, or ad
dress him at Good Spring P. O., Williamson county. Tcn
necsee. augSl Jm M. BELL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1354, and fend bill to this office
"VTEGROES FOR SALE. The subscriber has sev
J. cral families of Xegrocs that he will sell at private
sale to persons residents in this State, and who intend to
keep them therein. Residence on the Nashville and Frank
lin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. M.BELL,
T AM justreceivinga fine assortment ofFur
t vies, which will be warranted as recommend-' "
lUIUtV 111 UIU 14lCSb UUU IIIU3I 3U IITJItUrV M
e j, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having cn
arged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ot Gil
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anywhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot.
ap27 1 .11. MORTON.
rrttlE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
X MAXUFACMURIXG COMPANY, are now offering!
Wy splendid assortment of Plain and i ashionable Fur
nnure&i uieiruepoion juarK'i sireei, 1 nomas ri
i new building, (between Union Hall and the
Square) which they oiler at prices to suit purchasers, iy
both at whole sale and retaiL They intend to give satisf'ac
lion to purchasers work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
with despatch. R. 11. GROOMS, Pres't.
W.L. Nance. Sec'y sept-i
DURKEE'S. BAKING POWDERS. 100 cases
and half cases Durkec's celebrated Baking Powders,
fresh, forsale by W. U. GORDON A CO.
LS-,iMMlJ.i.l,i I I l.'....WJ'JWB-g
S. A. SAWTEZ, D. L. WALLACE, E. HOWARD.
" SAWYER, WALLACE & CO.
' XO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
sejitlG A'ew Orleans.
S.-R. K'CAHV ,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
Kiiwahtw .fe IfTrnW.
I .anile A Brutuses, Nashville, Tenn.
W. S. Whitman",
JNO. It. BRIGHT. JAMES R. BRIGHT
J. M. & J. R. BRIGHT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in the several Courts of Lincoln and the
adjoining Counties, and in the Supreme Court at
Nuhville. t w tept2D Cmtw.
WILLIAM T. BOSS. JAMLS K. DAVIDSON
ROSS & DAVIDSON,
iVTTO!rWY AT LAW3
Will practice La win Lincoln and the adjoining counties.
UKN'RT II ACT. JR. S. X. HOLLIN'GSWOETIL
HART & HOLL1NGSWORTHJ
Wholesale Grocen, Cornmission, Receiving and For
Xo. 49 Xorth side Public Square,
oct4 Nashville, Tex.
BENJ. F. SHIELDS Ac CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS,
Having permanently located in this City, solicit consign
ments of Cotton, Tobacco, Ac
Receiving and Forwarding with the filling of Orders
dromptly attended to. octl I 6m.
E. A. HORNE, S. S. WILLIAMS, JNO. A. FISHER.
JOHNSON, HORNE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Comciiisionand Forwarding Merchants, and Storers of
Cotton and Tobacco.
"tier of Marlrt ami JiroadSU., XaeftreUe. Tenn.
jaly 3, 1353.
L. A. LANIER. 11. LANIER.
LANIER ic II H OTHER,
Commission and Foricarding Merchant,
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
sepU Market street, Xashvil
PICKETT, HACMURD0 & CO.,
RANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
A'A'IJ O Ji LEANS.
WM. S. PICKETT Hate of the firm of PICKETT, PER
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hay
ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a
Bunking nnd General Commission Business,
iu this City, under firm of Pickett, Macmcrdo A Co.
Particular attention paid to the sale ot Cotton, andfo the
shipment ofSupplies and Merchandise generally.
W. C. WUITTIIORKU"
TllOrtlS At YViIITTIIOltNE,
Attorney n. l.uw,
TTTWlll Dracttce their profession In the counties ot
Maury, Marshall, (Hies, Lawrenco, bowls, and Hickman.
due v. tr.
JOHN SULLIVAN iz SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS
For tho Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and
western iroauco uenerauy,
References. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq
Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. jticeS ftm.
W. H. CORDON, C B. BRTAX.
W. H. GORDON is CO..
AUCTION St. C03IMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise, generally,
Janl NASHVILLE, TENN.
A. F. DAVIE,
ATTORNF.V AT LAW.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will
rive prompt attention to collecting and any other business
la nisproiession. lerj n
O. MACORKGOR, X. B. ALLOWAT, J. BANKHEAD.
MACGREG0R, ALLOWAT & CO.,
55 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
t3?- N. a ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
"l7 H . SIMPSON ft SONS",
Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignes, &c.
XO. 19, ERA VEK STREET, XEr 1'OK
And Rue la Bastide, Boxdeaux. tnaylG ly.
WEBBS ft RAWLINGS,
GROCERY, COMMISSION ft FORWARDING MER
CHANTS. Main street, one dvor Xorth of Union, Memphis, Tennet$ee.
XT AVE on hand a full supply of Groceries, Bagging,
I I Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork, Lard, Candles, Flour, Ac,
which they will furnish to their customers on the usual
All Cottons Shipped to them 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 Insurance.
23f We are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
WEBB, RAWLINGS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS!
Sio. 53 Carondilft Street, Sine Orleans.
Any ot our friends who wish facilities on Cotton 'a be ship
ped to our house in New Orleans can call on us at Memphis'
or address us at a. Orleans. iuly29 6m.
23?" Eaele A Enq, Whic, Memphis; Union. Nashville;
W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six months, and send in bill.
R. F. BELL.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer. Dealer in Foreign and
Aiomesuc iuquon, Aeceivuig, i orwaraiug una
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
HERRMAN S. SAHONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Terms. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention,
feb 2 ly.
U. C CARLTU. WM. TKRItT. J. C. DEW
CARIITH, TERRY Ar DEW.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154, Marlet Sl.and 25, Merchant St., Philadelphia
R. H. ERASER,
NO. 13 CARONDELET STREET,
Gov. A. V. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; Col. T. H. McNeill
Coahoma county. Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark;,
S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co., Pulaski,
Tenn.; Jus. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, All.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
DANIEL W. UVSSELL, V. N. BONO,
Fianklin Tenn. Belhesda, Tenn.
RUSSELL ft BOND,
Grocers and Comnission Merchants,
Xo. "4, Jiroidicay, Xashrille, Trim,
if The highest market price paid for Feathers, Bees
wax, Lard, Bacon, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac, Ac
THE EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
rfMfA, f;.JT3 a-5 iflWfl.
--Li- l3Li ..T-.TSS -ivU-
Paris Imported Bonnets, Millinery, &c.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1853.
500 FANCY BONNETS.
WE would respectlully inform the Ladies of town
and country tuat we will, on Tuesday morning, the
4th, exhibit for their esjecial benefit, the largest and most
beautiful stock of Fancy Bonnets, and new sty lei, of Emb'd
Belgnade and other stvles of Straw Uonncts ever opened at
Nashville or in tho West. Likewise, rich Plumes, Head
Dresses, Flowers, Ribbons, Dress Goods, Perfumeries, Em
broideries and Fancy Goods Ac, comprising $20,000 worth.
Having imported a great part direct from Pun's, our prices
shall be lower than any of the boxed up millenery adrer
Tertized as fashionable and professing to be the latest styles.
Our long engagement in the business, now nine years in
Nashville, and doing a very extsnsiro business, must give
us advantage over any other honse in the city, and we Hat
ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfied. So, nnw
Ladies, we wish your visits to make your selections. We
can make you look more enchanting than ever this fall, for
the street, balls and weddings, having Ladies r.t superior
good taste from England, France and New Yoik, to assist
us in our establishment. We have added to our stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than nuction prices, a fine
stock of Mantillas, Woolen Coats, Caps Ac, rich Muslin de
Lanes and Cashmieres at 25, 80 and 85 cents per yard, su-
8 50 to 5.00. Likewise, a laree stock of Fancy Goods and
Trimmings. Having a large stock this fall, our object is to
make small profits and large sales, giving the purchaser
advantage of good bargains.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. 4fi, Union Street,
next to the State Bank.
oct 4 3m Agent
M IJLLIIVER Y
BONNETS, RIBBONS, ic.
Xo. 14 Cherry Street, near Union.
MRS. E. LOCKHART respectfully informs the Ladies ol
Nashville and country, fiat she has now received her
select Fall assortment of the newest and most fashionable
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Plumes, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to the Ladies for past favors, I flatter mytel
thatlhiTa something very beautiful to show them this
season. Please call and see bef.ire you purchaje elsen here.
MRS. E. LOCKHART,
oct27 tf 14 Cherry st.
penor jiennos ai wc worm i.sj; ncii .Needlework goods,
Cbemizetts, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, Undersleeves,
Handk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.25 to 1.75. ehean at
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad An71
Company, and the Tennessee River M. M.
and Transportation Company, have adopted the-3KES
following rates of Transportation on Freight between Nash
ville, lenn., and ttie various landings on the Tennessee
w s 5? a a c .
0 Sg eg
FROM NASHVILLE TO i i ! S'a ;
1 I h Ms is
I o i a o k 2X
geccrally, Cigarsin boxes
Wooden Ware, Light and
Hollow Ware, Castings,
Wool, Feathers, Glnsengl
ons, Horse Callars,Stores
and ntovo ware, leas,
Drucs in fcezs and boxes.
saddlery, Canutes, con
fectlonanes, &c, per 100
Second Class Sugar,
Coffef. IJolasses. Xalls.
Tin Plate, Bar and Pig
Lead, Fish In barrels,
kegs. Kits, &c, window
Glass, Cottiu Yarn, Do
mestics. Hemp and Rag
In bales. Tobacco In box
es.Rice, Hides, Bale Hope
nagging, uoruage, iemn
er In rolls and bxs. Hard'
wara. Glass and Queens
ware tn crates anu ooxes,
Lead acd Paints in kezs.l
Clover Seed, Chsese,
Candles, soap, uuner,
Beeswax, Oils, Brandies,
Wines and other liquors,
per ion ids
Third Class Bacon,
Lard and Pork In tierces
or banels, liar l on.
heavy Castings, CrinJ
stones ana unuresscu
Marble per 1H0 lbs
W hisky. perbbl of -lOgal.
31 5011 DO
1 00 1 30
Flour, per bbl,and Salt
Porter Ale, and Domes
tic liquors, per bbl of 40
Lara, lanseeii, or mner
Oils of TennessecManU'
facture, perbbl of 40 sals
fowder, socureiy pacX'
ed In casks or hogsheads
Der 100 pounds
Carbn)8, Mineral Acids,
(at lompanyg conven
flano 1-ortes. Doxeu....
Cotton Gins boxed, and
Portable Barrow's o r
Queen of the Sou. h Mills,
Plows (assorted,) and
8 501 8 50 B50
50 50 ai;
REGULATION'S, CONDITIONS. AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be in
variably chsigedas 100 lbs., First Class Rates.
All articles of unusual size or weight, charged in propor
tion to the trouble and expense of handling and space occu
pied. Goods in Packages not secure or insufficient for the pro
tcction of contents, will be transported only at owner's
All claims for damages must be collected of tho party de
livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods
must be made within Co days from date of shipment, or they
will not be allowed.
The above Comjianies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, or for the Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, uuless
they be securely Packed in Wooden Cases with their tops
The followineArticlcs will only be Transported at "Own
er's Risk," as to Breakage, Chafing, Frost, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, vie
Molasses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware. Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, loose, Demijons, Fur
niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of even" description, Boxes, Ci-
fars not Cased, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical
nstruments. Books and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and Stove Castings, Light and Hollow
On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intermediate points, no ex'ra charge will be made during the
low water season, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Rates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low water are entirely at the risk of
On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermediste points to
Chattanooga, Twcnt v-five (25) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, hilt in no caso is there any responsibility
assumed for tlie detention ol Goods during or on account of
Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. R.
R. C, Nashville, will lie received on the wharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayageor
No Freight received on the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above sub
ect to special contract.
Emigrants with their families and moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa
tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, will
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. R. C, Nnsh
ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres. Tenn. River JI. M. A T. C,
II. I. ANDERSON, Supt N. A C. R. R. C
JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. RivcrM. M. A T. C.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. BY an arraigement between the South Carolina,
Georgli, Western and Atlanticand Nashville
and Cliattanooga railroads, goods will be brought
through to Nashville at the following rates:
Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
goods, per cubic foot 82
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con
fectionaries, Camphene, Spirits Turentine, in casks,
Ac, per 100 lbs. J210
All articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer
ated in the tariff of the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, copies of which can be seen or had
at the Freight Aceni's Ollice) pcrlOO lbs Jl 25
Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent of
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooga,
and Agent cf South Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston.
Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam
ers at or about 12c, by propellers atSc, and sailing ves
sels at from 3c. to 7c per foot
When the Nashville and Chattanooga road is complefed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be
made, of wlndi'due notice will be given
II. I. ANDERSON, Sunt N. A C. R. R. Co.
N. B. The same difference will be made when goods are
to be delivered at Decherd, Shelbyville and Murfreesboro,'
or other stations ou our road, as is now made between
freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from
the above points to Chattanoogr, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co.
junelC tr II. I. A.
NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS
THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
adelphia to Vittsburg. Pa., Massillon, Wooster, Cleve
land, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette.
Terre Haute, Chicago, and MilkauMe. Through by Railroad 1
from Philadelphia to Cincinnati in S7 hours.
Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the 1
Great West. Passengers will find this the most pleasant
route to N.Orleans. Only ?11 to Cincinnati; $12 to Louis,
villc; $10 tn St. Louis, Via Pennsyvauia Railroad, an the
followingdaily Steam Packets from" Pittsburg: BuckeyeState, .
CaptM W Beltshooier, leaves Pittsburg Sunday; Keystone I
State, Cant Charles Stone, leaves Pittsburg Monday; Alle
gheney, (.apt Charles W Batchelor, leaves Pittsburg Tues
day; Crystal Palace, Capt II Kountz, leaves Pittsburg'Wed- .
desdav; 'Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs-
day: Pitisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves PitUburg Fri i
day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt Johu Klinefelter, leaves Pitts i
burg Saturday. BoardingandlodgingonboanlthePackets I
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, $2; Louisville, $3; St.
Louis, f;3. i
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Pittsburg,
?9 50; Massillon,"$10; Cleveland, $10; Mansfield and Crest
line, $11; Columbus, $12 G5; Toledo, (13; Cincinnati, (via 1
Crestline,) $15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. It.) ,
$18 25. To Chicago, aukegan, Kenosha, lib, Racine, Mil- j
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan I
Central Railroad, (.IS.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N. E.
Corncar cf Schuylkill Firth and Market Streets, where tickets i
can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents of the State I
and Columbia Railroad I jnes. s j
The morning Expiess Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve- t
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M.
Through to Cincinnati in 37 hours.
The night Mail Train at 10. P. JI. Through to Cincin-
nati in 4G hours, iucluding one night's comfortable rest at I
The above linc3 pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har
risburg, Lcwistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John
stown, Greeuburg, and intermwliate places.
Nonet In case of loss, the Company will hold themsel ,
yes responsible forjrsonal baggage only, and for an amount i
not exceeding (I0O. TI10S. MOORE, Agent. i
june 4 tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. ,
The Columbia Railroad Line for Ilarrisburg, via Colum- j
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above statiou I
PHIL0T0XEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND. I
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation, I
Jliscarriage or A bortion, and the relief of all those I
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant on I
Jlnch of the suflering attcudant upon the lives of females
at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during some ci itical period of their peculiar sea
sons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, aud by
sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con
sumption, Droiwy, Dyspepsia, Ac whicli either hurry tbem
to an early grave or render them invalids for life. JIany of
the fairest nnd loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the effects of obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist
nature at that eventful period.
It is not ofiercd as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to,
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com
plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine diiected with experience and skill can
perform. Sold by SCOVIL A MEAD,
, 111 Cbartres street. New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed.
julyl ly dtwAw.
INKS. ARNOLD'S COPYING INK; RED
Ink; Arnold's Blue Fluid; Guizot's Carmine; Mavnard
A Noyes's Black, in all sized bottles; Parson's Indelible Ink
by tbedozen or single oottle. Forsale by
dov6 CHARLES W. SMITH, College street.
Pl grf 1.-? s-8 jJ g
Pn ifi .. m
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HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
F A I I. & CUNNINGH A JI ,
No, 47, College St.
ARE now receiving their Fall supply of Ilnrdu arc
nnd Cutlery direct from the manufucturer in Eu
rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten
tion of Merchants visiting Nashville for their Fall stocks.
Their stock in store and daily coming to hand comprises a
full assortment of Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Cut
lery, Guns, and all articles in their Hue.
They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
the very highest market price in exchange for Hardware,
or in payment of debts. augl 3
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
(lAKIUAULS!! CAlCKlAtiEM! !
mllK sabscriber takes this method of returning bis most
X sincere thanks to his friends and tho publlcgenerally, for
the patronage he has already received, and woald say tn
them, that he no has on band the Lnsgettt and lleot
assortment of WORK ever ottered In this market; from tho
llzht TROTTING SULKY to the finest CARRIOLA CAR
RIAGE, all of my own .Manufacture.
Persons from a distance can rest assured of alway finding
something that will suit their taste, "If In tbe'ahape of a
Carriage.' I have tho best Workmen to lo mjr
Work. Call and see mv assortment.
N. B. I am prepared lo build Work to order alhort no
tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will
sell or repair at as low a price as anv rood builder.
Jy. 14. Lower Market Street.
M1U TIUl ITU III.lt.--TIIK sabscrtber
X ben leave tn state that he still carry on (
the COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS. I
at his old stand on North Market (t. two doors
below H. At B. Douglass, dc Co. Keeps constantly on hand
a large and well assorted stock from a fight Buggy to a Car
rlola. Thankful for past favors, ho mort respectfully solicit, a
continuation, hoping by cheapness, durability andgood work
manship to merli joar patronage.
Jan 3 ly. OF.O. L. SLOA5.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT, Xo. 11, Gflar Street, jite doors from the Fvliic Square,
f iir.iLr.may be munj a cuoiceanu wen selected
stuck of Clcths, Casimeres and Vestings, all
of which will be made up to order in the most rash-
ionable Stvle and at as short notice as can be done in any
city in tlie Union, and at prii.es to suit the times.
Ready Jlnde Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A fine assortment of Glen's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts. Slocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen. Shirt collars. Umbrellas, Ac
I57"Ganiients cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine mr 5 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent,
AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING C0HFANt7
g2 THIS establishment isnow prepared
tn manufacture alii kinds oi waggons,
"Carls and Plows of every description.
aud any other farming imphments used in!
The prices for such tilings will not be more than is paid
for them brought from other places. We are ready to re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and othcruten
sils for making roads.
The Manufacturing of Waggons is under the Superinten
dence of Wilson JIullen, who: work is well known here.
We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters and Jlerch
antsin thesurrounding counties forourwork.
One or two good Wagon .Makers wanted immediately
Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
junel- Lmver Market Street.
DAGUEARRAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH
MENT. JQOBY VS A YTAR0UT, Nashville, Tennessee, College
Doarss A Hall. Louisville, Ky.
Doarxs A Ricuaedsox, Jloissewet. New York.
Dobi-s A Spaclmxc, St Louis. Jlo.
Doarxs A Ykakolt, Memphis. Tenn. '
Donrxs A Haerixutox, New Orleans.
At any of the above establishments, yon can procure as
fine Pictures as can be had in any city, of any desired style
cr finish, as we have every improvement, and expect "to
keep up with any and all improvements. We are prepared
in either city to furnish artists with every article used in the
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock on
the most reasonable terms. DOBYNS A CO.
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de
ceased persons at all times.
angl7 tf D.ACO.
IN Store and for sale Cheap for Cash :
150 bbls C'in. Whisky: 100 kegs Nail-i, assorted;
200 bbls Flour, various b'nds; 50" bagsCoflee;
30") bags fine Salt; 25 bbU Loaf, Crushed and
50 bbls Jlolasses; Powdered Sugar;
25 bxs Tobacco; various 10,000 Regalia Cigars;
brands; 8 exses Jenkin's Teas;
10 doz Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls .Mason's Blacking;
200 rms Wapping Pjrer; 35 refls Packing Yarn.
bbls Pilot Bread; 5 bbls Boston Crackers;
in bbls u. Vi.Cracxers; 4 bbls feu ari l iene do;
MORE NEW PIAN0ES.
TTTEhave received by recent arrivals nine
i more of those unnvulled Piaxos. liiadrfRsi
by J. B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co.. oiTT A
various styles and sizes, whicli will be sold very low lor
cash or good netes drawing interest, ud warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect.
apr2t W. AT.U. GREENFIELDA CO.
H.O. SCOVEL. "
Dritgsit nnd Apotliccnry,
Xorth side of ihe I'uliic Stivare, 3 doors West of the
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Paixts, BucsnLS, PtErujiKny,
PowDXtt, Oils, I)r STt-rr-i,
F-ixcr Articles, Shot, Varxisuls,
Glass; Glasswam, Lran,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
VTERO AHIOMIXALSVI'PORTERSand 7RCSSKS
WASHITA OIL STONES,
Drags, Medicines, ChemienN, Arc.
XasJirille, March 11. 1S53.
BY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS ot fieri .cine tome
directed, from the Circuit CV.urt ot Ihe United States
fur the Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg
ment, rendered in said Court at its September Term, lsii),
David Jayne A Son, rs. Jlaik I-Cartwright, and Leroy
Armstrong, Judgment 15th September, 1858; same, t.
same. Judgment 15th September, 135l; W. Al'Cally A Sou,
rs. same. Judgment 15th September, 1853, and John JI.
Otv, re. same. Judgment Kith September, 1153.
I will fell to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court
House door, in the City of Nashville, on JIONDAY, tlie
12tn day of December. 1853, all the right, title, claim, and
i nterest, of the said Defendant, Leroy Armstrong, iu and
to the following Lots, in the City of Nashville, to nib
LOT, No. 8!, as designated in ihe plan of the College or
Academy property, fronting 50 feet on Cbeiry street, and
running back the usual depth of J-ots in that part of the
City, and is adjoining the residence of Wm. StockelL
ALSO, part of Lot, No. 37, fronting 54 feet on Summer
street, as extended, bmnded as follows: beginning at the
North-nest corner of 11. r . jlnsely s lt on the enu side of
Summer street; thence along the east side of said street
50 feet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
.Summer street 10 feet to Newnam's line; thence running
back with said line about 1C0 feet to an Alley; thence south
wardly with said Alley GO test to Jloscly a corner; thence
with the lice of Jlosely's Lot, about 170 feet, to the begin
The undivided interest of JIark L. Cartwright, in t!i
above described Lots, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deeds, bearing date Ihe 21st June, 1853, and are of re
cord in the Register's office for Davidson county, in Book,
No 1 7, pages 25 and 29G.
Both of said Lots have lx-i levied upon as the property of
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writs;
this 25thdayof October; 1S53.
J. B. CLEMENTS,
JIarshall, U.S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
Bv hisDeputy, B. N. CLEMENTS.
SICHAED 0. CUHF.ET,
C II EH 1ST AND DRUGGIST,
Xb.Sti Union street, XashriUe.
HAVING purchased the entire interest in the firm of
Currey A Martin, will continue tho DRUG BUSI
NESS in this city, and hopes that strict attention to business
and the purity and genuuitnessot his stock will ensure him
-i liberal share of public patronage.
He expec's in a few dais to receive hi
of CHOICE CHEMICALS. FRESH DRUGS and PURE
MEDICINES, together with the usual variety of I'aintt,
Oil, Varnuhe, GLwsware and Fancy articles for the whole.
sett and city retail trade. ' orttf.
RICHARD O. CUKKEV, CI1FJUST ANI
DRUGGIST, No. S?, Union street, Nashville. Havi. g
relited my Store, and new refurnishing it with the choicest
?f, e,T.T in in ,I,e war r CHEMICALS, MEDICINES.
DRUG, Ac., respectfully solicits a continuance cf the pat
ronage so liberally extended tohim during Ibe past two years.
He warrants every Medicine
as pure fresh and genuine. None other can find a place in
, Physician's i prescriptions compounded with neatness and
dispatch at alUiotirs, and of the choiwst medicines. cct21.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
supply cf the SHAKER HERBS, consisting of S-e,
Hyssop, Catnip, Lemon, Balm, Rue, Marsh. Mallow, Doubtj
Tanxy, Spikenard, Spearmint, Foxglove, Hoarhonnd. Sum
mer Savoy Lilly Boot, white. Moccasin Root. Nerve I"owder,
Pleurisy Root, Hemlock, ground. Boneset. Ac For sale lew
in any quantity. oct23-I RICHARD O. CCRREY
Wine of coLciiici'Ji amui il kof
ficinai article of this valuable medicines of Powers A
i nightman's manufacture, just received by
K1C1IARD O. CURREV
rpiNCTURE OF VEUATUM VIRIDE.-A
X new and fresh supply of thU very valuable new leme
dv.just received by
ct3 RICHARD O. CURREV
SPT ?'WDERS OF HASKELL, JIF.R.
rick A Lull; equal to if not superior to those of any
other establishment. A full assortment on hand, fresh and
genuine Physicians should usenoolberkindofmedicines.
o-t3 RICHARD 0. CCRREY
DISSECTING CASES.-FOUR DOZ. C ASES
of Dissecting Instruments received and Sir sale low by
No. $5 Union st, Nashville
LABORATORY FOR ANALYTICAL l II
JILSTRi. Tlie undersigned continues to give but it
tention to the analysis of Mineral waters. on-, soils. Test
able substances, and productions of art. He is upkv,l
with all Iheneccsrary apparatus and puiest ilumicals, cj
vill promptly analyze all substances placed in bis posse
sion. When it Li practicable, researches will fce instituted
and opinions given ou all chemical questions.
Terms moderate and uniform.
RICHARD O. CCRREY,
oc23- ff No, S.s, Union st. Na.-J.viHe.
GOLD, DAMP, MET FKEY. TO PRE.
vent this very disagreeable and uBlx-alJir condition
of the feet, get the ATKK PROOF CORK SOLI X. f..r sala
by novt II. G SCOVEL.
OHO -WESH LIVELY ZKEVilES, JV$t
JJ received by novl 11. (. M'OVEL.
rpiIE FAVORITE BRAND Oi TOBACCO,
X I-acghorn A Armtstead's, for sale, at rttvl (r whole
sale, by port ILO. hOOVEL
THE .MOST unpreckiiente7lypopT -larand
elticaciou BODY BRACK i that ingmaled
by Dr. Banning, for deli. ate. umk and debilitated females
or males, who suffer from weakness of the brenst, short-
falling of the womb.
Forsale by H. (i. Si'OVEL.
North side ofthoPubl.'c Square, three door. West of tht
Nashville Inn. ;rx I
I LES. FE It SONS SV FF li REV FRO.lf
this very impW-ont and painful compljint, will find
relief in the use of House's Vite Oinuueut Forsale by
novt H o. SCO V EL.
DR. TKASK'S JIAGNKTIC OIMUIE.1T ,
i Might to be kept in every Eunrir, ta apply m cases o t
I wouuds, Lruises. cuts, sores, paius iR the back, breast or
I side, as Hell as all rheumatic arftesitms. Per sale by the
gent. nov4 II. (. SCOVEL
Lb-. ST A RCI1 Oh hand aud for sale bv
Gt rj:fenbeug jiediciniw-jist re
500 dozen Green .Mountain Ointment;
2"0 do Graefenberg Health Bitters;
100 do - Eve latino;
75 do JlarsbaU's Oteriae Culbeticon, 6r diseases
50 dozen Libby's Iile Ointfnet;
&X) do Dysentery Syrup,
50 do SarsapanlU Compound;
200 do Fever and Ague Itemed n
lOil do Children's Panacea;
12 do Consumptive btls (hourly expected ;
GO.OO0 copies Grairtinbcrg Health Almanac, for IS-I,
for gratuitous dLstributivn.
"TB Agent GiajfruUrg Co.
CHEAP .VINES.-JUST RECEIVEIFRO.U
the Grafenbcrp; Company in New Yoik
50 dozen Brandr;
12 do Schiedam Gin;
12 do Gold Sherrv;
21 do l'rtic)ar Madt-rio;
21 do Port Wine;
Tlie ahove liquors are tvarrairfnl to lie genuine, and of the
best quality. They are imported by the Gia-lenberg Com
pany expressly for medicinal purposes as the subscriber
keeps Ihee liquors solely fur the aecominodaiion ot tilts
public, and without any eye to profit, lie will sell them at
retail for one dollar per bottle, each, which is just abont
their original cost and can iage, ami lower than any pro
fessed dealor can undertake to sell articles of the same
q-ulity. ALEX. JIACKKNZIF,
PQTlrt Agent Giiefiecberg Company
S rici-ri ci: iuiti:, corner of college
and Union streets. Nashville, Trim. Wholesale at,J
Betail dealers in Drugs, Medicines. Puiuts, Oil. Dve
Window Glass, Perfu-nerv. Fine Toilet Smr. Brush
Pure W ines and Brandies, eVDressly fiir lnedicinal nur-
poses. Druggists, Physician Country Mer' bamsaod Jlan
ufacturers supplied on ihe most libel al terms.
STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and Retail Drugg sts,
sorner College and Union streets. novi
COLOGNE "WATER.-JUSTltEt EIVEP A
large supply of superior Cologne Water, iu large fancy
bottles. For sale by novi STRETCH A ORR.
COMPOUND OXTSrVRUOW:-sT. DOZE
Basin's Compound Ox Jlarrow, a v-iluable prepAraiioa
for the Hair. For sale by nov STRETCH A ORR
AMANDINE. A SI IT'LY OF THIS VALI -able
preparation for the cure and prevtntiin of chapped
bands. J ust received and 1 it sale by
nov9 "STRETCH A ORR.
I' ?ORT'-EIGirT BOTTLES DR. NOR
WOOD'S Tincture of Veratmui Viride. forcontrvllin
the Action of the Heart and Arteries, in all cafes where there
is a pretcrn-itural frequency. For s&te by
now STRETCH A ORB.
DR. WATERS' TOOTH SOAP. DR. W VT
TERS Dear Sin This is t certify tliat I have used
joiirSoap Dentifrice, and am perfectly satisfied it is tbobest
article ol the kiud in use, and so long as you continue t
manufacture! I of a pure article, yon will find a itadrMu
fur it. No person in the travelling community shimM Im
without it. CHAS- S, ROWEf.f Itenust
No. II. Chambers street, N. i
Sir dozen Waters' Cleaiicil Tooth Soap, just irceircJ
and forsale by STRkTCH A ORR,
nova Cir College and I uon -!t
Cases Soots, Shoes, &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 3G, Corner of College nnd Union streets,
; XASimLlS, TEXX.,
HAVE received for Ibe FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1200 VASES Room. SHOES. If A ; I'll' ,
i TRUXKS, Ae. Being the LARGEST STOfK cf Good
I they have ever offered in tb" market, and which f r u. ,
I price and taritty will equal any Stoek in the Cilv.
I Merchant and all others mukuig ibeir purt'iascs a
Nashville, will fiudittolheir INTEREST to give our S: Jtk
an examination before buying.
1 R. S. IIOLLINS A CO.
Vf Feather. Ginseng, Beeswax awl Wool, recuvsd in
i evc!iaige fiir GoodJT&t the highest marbet j.rice.
j Ugl7 tf H W H
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
RECEIVED AT THURSTON & BERNARD'S,
Xo. 9 Union Sir eti.
VTyE are now rceeivisg. direct from the C- em c
V V soiueoflheverylati-ilstvIesefFalland Writer urr-J
die Work Collars, Mouniint Collars and Sleeves. Eirbr id
Linen Camb.H'uk'fs, Velvet Ribbons. Gimps and (.oHoon,
Jaconet and Swiss Inserting and Edsings. Janmet Hand i
and Houncing. Ac te. HOalERY anil t.LO FS. a.i
shades and qualities. Children's and Jliwei siie-, aii c a
or, which He are ottering very W. Tbose in ser-h f
good Gooil.s, and at low (-rieiH, will do well to-ve us a
Ci'.L No charge fur showing gi)s.
?'PI11L TIUIRSTON A BE.RN IRD.
BARK AND LEAV1JS. 1 wMi'to pnrclia.-e h
cash, a large quantity of Chestnut Oak Bark anj Kho
make Leaves, for Toning purposes. Apply to J. li. Jloore,
corner of Union and JIarket streetd.
iuIy27V-dAwtf. FREDHK K LOTH..
LUiUOKS loo bMs TesW iTl) Whx,ky,
5o barrels Old Jlonoogahels. -
50 bbls Old Bourbon Whikv; bbrs New EngtanJ Rum"
50 Old Ryo '-' 80 ' AM.Cu.
50 " Old Reserve " 2) " Sweet lVi;
lOCfptjesOId Cog. Brandv.lO " OM Port W .net
2 " Holland 1 1 in: " So boxes ltramlv Cherr.et;
10 bbls old JlideriaWine; 50 " Ckrct Wine;
20 Indian bbU Sweet Wine; ID " asxwted C.ir.t-als;
lOObbls AJI.Brandy; 15gjROM Frei.cl. bian-.'v;
In store and forsale low bv YMER A HROT11 F.R
SUNDRIES. loo bUs best r lour, liH.kejp ofNaiU,
1(K bbls No. 1 Salt; 20 tons asserted Iron;
30 duz Painted Buckets; 5 bbb Brimstone-,
20 nests of Tubs 5 " Alum;
20 " halfbu-liel mcasures;100 Plows;
5000 lbs bar I.e.d; 20 bbls No. 5 Macker !;
200 bags Shot, assorted; 5okita No 1 and z. do;
100 assorted Demijohns; 20 bbUS S Aimonj.-;
50 boxes Cuba Sixes CigarsilO " Ijrge Pecau.
50 duz Bed cords and LineaO boxes Pigs;
50 bags Ra co Ginger; SoO Tobacco, assorted;
25 bags Pepper; S tierces Fresh Rice-.
50 boxes Dried Herring; 25 bMs English Sod;
I cask Madder; 50 boxes Fresh Tea',
10 boxes Sfoughton Bitiers;10 " Crume's best ImL'go;
20 - B.W,Ftour,ext;
Togotherwith many other articles, which will be scU
low by decl LANIER A BROTHER, market st.