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Fall and Winter
STOCK OF 2RY GOODS
AT XICHOL'S CORNER,
Aa.13. Ooraer Square and Mwket Street, Nathalie,
HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AND
ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
he takes pleasure in inviting the attention or friends and
the public, feeling assured that he can oiler as great bar
gams as can be found in the citr,
IN RICH FALL AN1 WINTER SILKS.
Of the latent Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
Plaid, Brocade, Mock, Bayadere. Stripd, Natonal, Repp,
and Watered Silks, an has' been in this city.
New nud Beautiful Parisian Plaids,
Of entire new designs, ltu the handsomest and
RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including the guy, grave, rich and elegant.
A'eiv and Jhoice Frcneh Merinos.
The must desirable colon in market, embracing the most
iasuionabie shades which tbe ladies will find beautiful,
KliiiOAXl' HIV 11 DELAINES AND CASH
MERES, Of the choicest patternsaud most beautiful colors, and in
factevery other Wind of Dry Goods . suitable for
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
CautouCrape and Embroidered shawls, of all kinds, in
cluding tlie Rich Broche, or Cashmere Shawls.
MOURNING COODSOFALI, KINDS,
Of Botnbaziues, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Block de'Laines,
Bareges, Greaadms.MourningSJecvcs, Collars, Cbeuuzttts,
Handkerchiefs, and everything else suitable lor a'
LADY'S MOURNING WAUUKOBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Honiton, Valencienne, und Needle-work Collars; -Rich
Cauibnc Chcmizetts and Sleeves; (in setts; Jaconet" and
Swiss Edguigs, Inserting:, Cambric and Swiss FIounclDg,
nppliqu hork. Also a tine assortment of
LADIES' AND GENLEMEN'S GLOVES,
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; SUV, Cotton, und Merino Under
rhirts mid Drawers.
IlOI'SKllOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Linen i.ud Cotton Sheetings and Shil tings, Table Da
masks, Napkins, Toweiings, Crashes and Diapers.
Quilts, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Welsh Flannels and
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassioicrcs; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open in a few days a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
Made of the very best material, Ac., 4c
Call and examine this large and fine assortment of goods,
suitable to tbe approaclung season, and you will not be
disappointed either in styles or prices.
Sept. 27, 1Bo3. JA1IE3 NICHOL.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
No, 57, Colleye street.
JOHN K. HUME is now daily receivingfrom New York
and Philadelphia, his fall and winter supply of desira
ble goods, to which he most respectfully invites the atten
lion of all in want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
W MMwau. JOHN K. HUME,
octt No. 57 College street.
ATX.K GOODS. Welsh. Saxony and Shaker Flan-
kcss; Colored Flannels;
f- :1i and English Prints;
r .f Ulaqliets. Acj
Oloths. Ac: JOHN K. HUME
Tl Al?TILLAS AND CLOAliS. Rich Velvet
.Satin and Cloth Cloaks;
I alma Cloaks;
"White Emb'd Mantles;
" " Talmas;
JOHN K. UUMR
AT HUME'S EXHIBITION Will betouudan
assortment of extra cheap Moos de Laines, some as
low as 12 cents per jurd. oct2
I, SO RICH SILK DRESS GOODS. Magnih-
cent Plaid Silk:
Be&uliful Poult d'SoI;
Hob Hoy Plaids
, McGregor Plaid?; -Paris
Iticli Changeable Silks;
" Black Broche;
" lfal an Mack Silks;
" Satin National;
" Rep Silks;
Black Armure Silks;
1 1 at Vn,.!ish nmi Fr-nch Merinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new, rich and really elegant goods, tre all
respectfully invited to the exhibition
No.fi", Collese st
BICH FALL AND WINTER
-ct a A- J O. McCLELLAND have just received the
VV largest and best selected stock or Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this matfcet, w Inch they offer to the
trade at lower prices than they ean bo found inanyothor
house in the citv. At -o. ::u i-uuuc iuaic
Rich Dress tioous.
Super Wk do
Rich Printed de Laines;
Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Plain Mous. de Laines;
Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks;
English and German Merinos;
With a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac.
"White Goods, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackonets, Swisses, Tarltons;
Vat. l.aees. Edgings and Insertings;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncings;
1iceand Muslin Collars and Chim'ixettes;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and Lawn Udkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves. Silk and Wool "
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton de;
in .'- I Wil Rililtons. Ac
lo Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, weliave the richest as
sortment cverouerea tn ina uis ' ci.ci, o..,
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Silk
Mantles, vith Ulotns ana eivcis mr making moiu.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, Sattinetts, Flannels, Tick-
incs. Shirting", Jileacnea ana irou vwikwu,
llbiiki-t- uper Cont lllankets, Shawls, Linsavs, Prints,
Alp.iccas. We feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and in so doing Rave themselves some monev.
octll McCLELLAND'S. No Public snnarp
Tij-jj KCSl'ECTl''l LLY'iuiormourinenaaandUje
'V public that we have now on hiud a large and well
assorted stock of Fur. Silk and Soft llaU; Men's and Boys'
i r . 1' . . IT-,, allr l'n..- ..n'j
UASsimere iittis; vjiiuuiiis i-auuT iuwm vi--,
and Roys' Cloth, Flush and Fur Caps of every descriptien,
unsurpassed in good quality, style and lowneas of price,
which they offer at wholesale and reiaiL
ocii- L.VNDIS, ELSBAClI A CO,
Hat and Cap Manufactory, No. 48, Market St.
"77ALL AND WINTER GOODS LANDE.KLS-
X? RACK & CO, No. 5o, Market street, have received
n-itliin iho la week a larire and well assorted stock of ele
gant Ready Mads Clothing of the best material, so thatpcr
wus w ho arc desirous of procuring fashionable garments
Customers and strangers visiting tbe city, are respectful
ly iimled to call ana examine tneir siocic Deiore uiey ouy
eisewbare. We are convinced that we can sell lower than
any other hoiue iu the city, either wholesale or ix-tau.
,. LSO. Received this week a large lot of Trunks
V Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at
oct2S L.V.NDE, EI.SRACH'S A CO.
"VTOTICE. 1 am clming up my business mill a viewof
s pennaneutly withdrawing. Many persons are indebt-
ed,to me by note and account, some tor years, and i hope
they will cal 1 and nay up without further delay or trouble.
1 liave removoa my Rooks and Papers to the room ad
toinins Jlers. W. H'. Gordon A Co.
" aul4 SAM SEAY.
T YE FLOUR. RUSSELL & BOND, 51,
i R.ad ritivet, bave just received an excellent article ot
Ri E FLOUR, bolted and unbolted,
TJRiNCIFE C1GARS.-FI1TEEN TIIOU.S-
L and extra Principe Cigars, just received by
nor 12 R. A J.NIXON.
TSlt K 1 1 KW ANTE D A YOUNG MAN WHO
J writes a giwd hand, and has a general knowledge of
accounts, can obtain a situation by making application, with
references, to M. box3S, Post Office.
Nashville. Nov. 11, 1358.
rfMrcl)TVi-R MERCHANTS. I would call
X the attention of dealers to the heavy Stock of Wall
Papers I am now receiving and prcpaied to offer on the
tn.rt favorable termf JptlS W. W. FINN.
rWlOSE FINiTsN VVFS.J UST RECEIVED
JL per sterner A. L. Davis, !j50 pounds of SNUFF of su
perior ipialities ol the fine brands of Garrett's snjicrior Scotch
Snuff in bottles; Room's Macaboy in bottles and kegs. Al
tm. a superior quality of French Rappee in gallon jars, suit
able to travellers. Also, a large lot of tine cut Cavendish
Chcning Tobacco, a new article, with an assortment of
The above articles I am prepared to sell Wholesale or Re
tail as cheap as any house in the West
nov-t JAMES MOORE.
Tobaocwnist, sign little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar
UtMR O. STEVKXSOX. BO MKT L. WUIII-
STEVENSON Ac WHITE.
jYo. 59, College street.
HAVE on hand alarge and desirable stock of STAPLE
AND FANCY DRY GOODS, which they will tell
ery cheap for Cdh, in order to I educe their stock before
they receive thoir Fall purchases. All of you who like good
bargains give them a call. augi
Wi; have on hand a large and beautiful stock of ladies
1)RKS GOODS, such as plain, checked and bros
cxde Silk-., Silk R'ibes, Beniges and Reragc Robes; and a
large lotol IxMiititul French Muslins, all of which will be
bold extremely low for cash bv
aug "STEVENSON & WHITE.
TTRENCH NEEDLE WOItKS.-STEVKNSON
X A WHITE have just received a very large stock ol
French Needle Works, such as Collars, Sleeves, Chiiniietts,
Handkerchiefs, Edgmgs, Insertings, ltibboiw 4a, which
thovareselling at very reduced prices for ca.sh augi.
OUSE-FURNISIIING GOODS. We bairejust
tvceiveil a large stock of Damask, Linen Sheets nd
Linen Sheetings, Tabic Damasks, and a large lot of Plain
I.uien Napkins and Damask Tow els, which will be sold very
low forcAsh bv augl STEVENSON A WHITE.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
All vou wlin wish to purchase Cloths, Cassimeres
Veilings, Linens, Patent Shirts, Linen and Drilling Draw
ers, Half-Ho- Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves and
Cravats, call i at STEVENSON A 'WHITE'S, No. 5fCol
lege sin-et, for thev are selling off very low for Cash, in or
der to make rnoni for their Fall Stock. augl-
CBAUI-KsrON-, SOCTH CltOUNi.
Capital 8250,000: All Paid In.
I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, Fire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A Tull statement of the solvency of the Company can be
eeen at theoffice of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street.
ep13 JOHN a DASHIELL, Agsnt,
THE MUTUAL PB0TECTI0N IHSUP.AKCE C0M3Ainr
OF NASHVILLE, TEifKESSEE.
OFFICE on CoUr Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
ojipositetho Vcrandali, will insure on th mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss yr Damage by
Fire; Steamboats on any of the W cstern waters against tbe
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
every description against the Perils of the' Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in gsod health, for a single year,
for a term of yeurs, or during life Also, RanV Notes trans
mitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property insnred in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
M. S. PILCHER, President,
J. li. JOHNSON, V President.
C. J. 1 WnAnroJc, Secretary. fjanl
TENNESSEE KABINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL eiso.ooo.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Hank..
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk or the river; on the Cargo of Keel Uoats and
ether river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOHN M- HILL, President.
Jos era Vaixx, Secretary.
DiEscroas. Alex. Allison, John L Hill, F, B. Fogg, G.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. IJass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J, J. White, Jacob McGavock.
ESTABLISHED FOE TEH YEARS.
OUU Goods are selected and purchased by ourselves,
with great care in the best markets, which enables us
to sell low lor CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry ; and we sell as cheap as any house in tho coun
try. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, .Pistols, Revolvers and Seff
cooking; Spanish Cigars, &c., A:c. july26 tf.
NASHVILLE STEAM MAEBLE "W0EKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
viEXETST.,opi-osirE jouxsox A hoenk'stodacco wasxbouse,
Jfarlle Wartrnoms at ths old stand Corner of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all
kinds of work in tbe most tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be done in any of the Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner of Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
Kirsons tojudgc for themselves, which is the best method,
aving on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low to tho trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or in the rough state
A large assortment ot Monxmexts, Tones, Baptismal
Founts, Uuns, Vases, Games Ficiibes, Gbave Stones, Ac,
carved and lettered to order. Fciwitcrs Marble executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as
it can be procured from the East Also, Makble Mantels,
of every description, plain or carved. Builcinq 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 theirintere.it to call and ex
amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
CornerofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
THIS road now complete. It opens a communication be
tween Pittsburg and Philadelphia, orPitUburg and Balti
more By which Freight from the west can reach an eastern
market quicker and cheaper than by any of Iho present rival
outas: they connect with the dally packets at Pittsburg,
from St Louli, LouUrille, Cincinnati, Whoolinz. and all the
different points on the western waters. Also with the Cleve
land and Pittsburg Kail KoaJ, and Ohio and fennsylvanla
Kali Koad at Pittsburg. Can run turongh between Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia wHhouttrauthipment of freight, an advan
,taee that can be appreciated by all tbippers.
In case of obttruciion of navigation by Ice or low water
freights westward can bo forwarded From Plttsbur: to Cin
cinnati, or towns In the Interior bv Railroad.
HATES OF FltEtmiT
Between Pittsburg and Philadelphia or Ilaltmore.
Jt'irst ClUfcS. If'tJittr Sunixrr
Dry Goodj, Books and Stationary Boots,) per 100 lbs,
hnous, Hals and Carpeting, run and Pel
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, Ac. )
Brown Sheeting & Shirting in Kales, 1
UIU;i,VfU3 MAID, UIUGCllDl, Dmjll IVl I
See. Hardware. Hollow Ware, Machinery. (
83 cts. CO cts
Oilcloth, Wool, &e. J
Battor In Firkins & Kegs, Candles, Cot-1
ton, In winter,! 0.ueeuware, Tallow, i 75cti.
Tobacco, In leaf or ilanutactared, Kast-f
ward, iic.-c. J
Bacon, Cotton (In summer,) Coffee, Lard1)
and UtrdOU, (through) Pork in full cat- 65 cts. 40 cts.
loads at owners risk. J
Goo. C. Frnnclsciis,
Freight Agent, Pitttlnrg.
E. J. Snocdcr,
Freig it Jlcnt, Philadelphia.
JTIagruiv A; Kaoiik,
Freight Jlgtntt , Baltimore.
J. Ij. Elliott.
Freight JtzeTit,.Vo.7 Wttl St., A. T.
II. II. tloiihton,
Gin. Freight Agent, PhiladelphU.
march 16, 135S ly
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
Ujiited States Mai!jL.isac
Through in 48 to 50 Hours.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON SEMI
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE.
LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday
and AVednesday, after the arrival of the cars
zf&yj--iSc lrom the houtn and vt est.
tin Saturday, the new and splendid steamer Jos. Ad-
gcr, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Marion,
l,2o0"tons, W. Foster, Commander.
On Wednesday the Union, l.WO tons, Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, 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 oltice of the Agent,
beptl5 HENRI' MISSROON,
CornerEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Wharves.
Cabin passage $25. Steerage ti.
FBESH RECEIPTS BY NICH0L- & PEAC0CX
TEW FLOUR. 100 bags St Louis Mills, expressly
L i-. - r m vinitrit c Tvi i nA m
ior lamwy use augi ibuuijA rr.a.iuuiv.
SUr Candles, aug
-i,W boxes, half and quarter boxes
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
C UtS ARS. Si bbls St Louis Crushed Sugar;
O 10 ' Powdered "
aug7 NICHOL A PEACOCK.
JAVA AND LAGUYRA COFJ'EE 20 bags
old Government Java Coffee ; 80 bags Laguyra Cofloe;
150 bags Rio Coffee. NICHOL A PEACOCK.
JUST received a" splendid assortment of Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet Borders and Plain Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Ac., together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teisters. Ac
t-5On hand, a large assortment ot unglazed papers,
from 10 to 25c tier bolt.
KLAGGS A G0RBEY.
No. 20, College street; next door to tbe Sewaneo House
N.B. Paper-haugiug done in the best manner. octij
PERKINS & CLACK Are now prepared to re
ceive, store and ship cotton. Liberal advances made
to consignments. ocL2.
15ICTORI AlTlirsTORY OF ALL ; NATIONS,
FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS TO THE PRES
ENT TIME. By S. G. Goodrich.
Cost f 11.001 150'J Pases Mans 700 Ensrravincs A
library ot itself, and sold by Subscription only.
decs dim .i. f. lifc. wis, Agent.
Derby A Miller, sols Publishers, Anrburn, N. Y.
The creat object of this work is to present a Universal
History, suitable, in form, extent, and arrangement, to the
wants ofthe mass of Americau readers. The editor gives
iIia iwnrraohv of ouch rountrv whose history isnresntprl.
and pays careful attention to chronology, so tint at every
page, and in every chapter, the reader may know the place
where and when, an event happened. This plan, together
It is a complete ELstoric cyclopia in one volume, available
for daily and familiar use, as a book of reference. (fifjnl
J!atuur, Augusta, Jit.
Conijiends, of high merit as to accuracy and philosophic
analysis, ore abundant: but Mr. Goodrich has been the
first to give a clear, comprehensive view of all nations
and people, since the creation each presented separately.
vet blended into a continuous narrative. Jioium jjauy m.
OUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. , ,
e are now offerinc for sale, that beautiful Coun- fcrrr
try Residence of Mr. S.J. Carter. situatedontheMur--
freraboro' tumnikealmit 3 miles fmm VAsliville. It con
tains about 60 acres, one half in a high stale of cultivation,
the residue heavily timbered; thro never failing springs,
lrom one of which the water is carried to the dwelling; an
extensive orchard containing a great variety ofthe very best
fruit la all this comtry. Dwelling commodious with lie
cessary out buildings. This is one ofthe handsomest places
in the neighborhood ofNashville, and will be sold at a bar
gain. We will show tbe premises at any time to anyone
desirous of examining the same.
LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
dec$ lm N "t College st.
DR. P. S. WOODWARD. Other :o. 9 Cherry
street three doors north of Church street, has on hand
Vacine Mattel of the very best quality, which he will sup
ply to the profession generally. oct6 ly
GRAHAM It READ Graham Bread lir dispeptiw
ocU9 R. A J. NI50N.
EWIN BROTHERS, .
No, 7, North College street,
WOULD n.FpecihJi.r inform Druggists, Merchants,
Physicians nd Manufacturers," that they have
again commwced'the Drug biuiness in the new building
cu CoIl?e, near Church stieet, and intend confining them
s.lvestothe WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is near
ly entirely a fresh one, and they are determined to' ruako
both the prices and qualities satisfaetory. They offer for
sale low for cash or on time to punctual men '
C40 gallons best Winter Sperm Oil;
SO0 " " Tanners' Oil;
1065 pounds Indigo, of prime quality;
Extract of Logwood in small boxes;
Muriate of Tin;
Gnra Camphor; ' "
Sup. Carb. Soda:
90 Gro. M'Lane s Vermifuee:
10- do M'Lane's Liver Pills:
20 do Fahnestock's Vermifuge; s-' '
IAHJ-. VI... rrr S '-.
luvuiu. juuaiau xiiiiiuieui,
100 Gro. wood box Matches;
630 dor. Mason's Blacking;
230 m, G. D. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead dry;
800' do White do do;
,900 do Imarge; . i . !
1C00 do Eng. 'V enclian Red;
200 bush. Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
15 boxes Bonn's Scotch Snuff, in packages;
21 do Garrett's do do;
60doi. ' do in bottles;
48 do Maccaboy Snuff, in cols;
1000 lbs. - " " in jars and bbls;
800 boxes Window Glass assorted;
4000 lbs. Putty;'
130 pounds Pearl Sage:
110 do Tapioca;
650 do Gum Arabic;
86 doz. Cod LerOil Bushton, Clarke A Co's;
CO do Seidlet's Powders, in tin boxes;
86 do Soda; " "
60 pounds Calomel, English and American;
10 do Hydriodate ofPotaah;
215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
66 do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do 'Sqr. lodida of Iron;
Schseffelinjs Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of various styles;
Phyticians' Pocket Cases of Vials alarge varity;
Amputating, Dissecting, Ljthotomy, Trepanning and
Midwile Instruments, in casesr
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and size3.
I3y Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng; Flaxseed, Ac-, taken
at the highest market rates. foctlS tf
ZINC WHITE PAINT. 60 kegs received and for
sale low. This article is said to be much superior to
White Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in exposed
situations, and all the purposes to which the Litter is applied
and costs but little more. It is coming largely into use in
the eastern cities. oct20 EWIN BROTHERS.
GOLD LEAF AND FOIL. 10 ounces Abbey's
best Gold Leaf; 16 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received
and for sale low by ocl20 EWIN BROTHERS.
"nTEDICINES, THAT HAVE UEENFULLY
J.VL testedduring the past year, by many of the most re
spectable citizens ofNashville- The advertiser is permitted
to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins, whose servant was cured
of a most inveterate Scrofula. Also, tbe servant of Mr. J.
Colilns of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have
been cured; twenty cases of Bone Felon. Mr R. H. Jones's
son was cured of Sore Eyes, afte- having been under the
treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians lor
eight months, almost totally blind.
At least one hundred re-pectable persons in Nashville,
and its viciuity, -an be seen who will vouch for the great
benefits of his courseof treatment without the use ot the
knife or mercury.
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis
eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im
purities of the blood.
Twenty years of constant Practice, fifteen in New Orleans,
prior to ccmin to Nashville. Tboso interested, are res
pectfully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any
Office No 47 Union st, near Cherry.
novlO ly. b EDWARD THOMAS.
EBB'S FATENr STRAY CUTTEB AND INDEPEN
DENT C0BN CHOPPER.
THIS very important invention has been in use about
three years. The inventor lias made improvements
which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to
everyone who has used it and is the most superior machine
in use, for tbe purpose for n hich it is designed. It is sim
pie in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a boy 12 years of age.
It will cut straw or corn in the shuck lrom half inch to
three inches in length. Many certificates might be pro
duced from Farmers who have used them, to prove their
superiority over any other straw and corn cutter now in
use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
that in it they will hnd a valuable acquisition to their farm
The subscriber has greatly extended his means forman
ufacturing these machines, and be now solicits for them
the attention of the public, and the farmora and planters
particularly, of the South and West He will hereafter be
able to fill all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to
do the work for which they are designed.
Being tho inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, he
will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable
terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them,
and will furnish one set of castingfor patterns
sep7 6m JOHN E. ERB.
VALUABLE IRON PE0PEETY AND FARM FOE SALE
rrHE subscriber would call the attention of those who
1 wish to embark in tbe Iron business, also those who
wish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to the following
propenr wuicu tie ouers lorsaie.
1st Jackson Fumaceand lands, say about 2500 acres.
This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and the stack is tbe largest in the Stale, being
47 feet high. The furnace, except the stack, is now biog
rebuilt and will be ready to put in blast by the 1st of No
vember, lhe route ot the north. esiern Railroad, as sur
veyed, passes immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un
surpassed, and tbe timber and ground admirably adapted
Also, Belleview Furnace, and aboat 8600 acres of land,
including 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 tanning lands attached to
Also, the Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 87.'
00 acres of land. The tall is 23 feet and the head of water
immense, there are some very line tanning lands m this
tract and it is altogether a most desirable location.
Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of
which there ore live or six, present me best water powers
- . i r . .
lor me size oi me stream uiai can oe lounu in any coumrv.
The Dnck River ore bank is tbe heaviest deposite of ore in
the State, and the ore can be procured with less labor than
at any bank iu the country. D is within half a milo of
Duck River, and the lauds around are covered with the
best coaling timber.
Also, the Lower Tunnel, at tho Narrows of Haroeth. in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for
buildings and machinery. It is unnecesr ary to speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Uarpeth. It is known to
every one, and twenty.five years of experience enables th
suusenber to speak wnn ceitamtyoi its great Denents and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, ray Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and
which for beauty aud fertility is second to none The house
is large aud airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip
tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also
by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow
farm," watered bv Little Harpeth, and the best evidence of
its quality is tbe hay produced on it this year, which all
who have seen it, pronounce it the best they have ever seen.
It is altogetherono of the most desirable farms for beauty
and profit that is in the South-west it contains about 560
The above property is offered for sale, not for tho purpose
of profit or speculation, but simply from the fac that the
subscriber's health, nukes 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. Ten
neesee. aug31 lm M. BELL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1S54, and send bill to this office.
"VfEGROESFOR'S ALE. the subsenber has sev
L eral families of Negroes that be 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, 1 1 miles from Nashville. M. BELL.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA LANCAS
Ex Parte, 1 Petition for sale of House and
Minor Clinton, Exec't of Lot, Land and Negroes; estate
Abram Perry, dee'd. J of A. Perry, deceased.
TT is ordered thattlu children of the brothers and sisters
of Abram Perry, deceased, late of Lancaster District. S.
C, that were livingat the death of Margaret Perry, widow
ofthe late Abram Perry, ( hich was June 30th, 1851,) do
establish their r ghts belore the Commissioner in Equity,
for Ijancpster District, S. C, on or before tbe 1st day of
March, 1S54, and that the Commissionei do rejiort thereon
at the next Court of Equity for said District, (which will be
June 26th, 1S54 )
The above order was made in above case, by the Court,
at June Teim, 1H-13, and the persons to whom the same re
fers and applies are notified to comply with the requisitions
therein set forth, a failure to make known and establish the
relationship aforesaiJ, wilt cause the estate of the Testator,
(Abraham Perry,) to be distributed between those who do
establish such relationship and operate as above to those
who do not JAMES H. WITiiERSPOON,
Commissioner in Lquity, Lancaster District S. C.
The following papers will copy three months and
forward their bills with a number ofthe paper; they are al
so requested to nolice the same editorially: 'I he Common
wealth, Frankfort, Ky.; The Register, Raleigh. N. C; The
Advertiser, Montgomery, Ala.; The Recorder, Millcdgeville,
Ga., The 1 lag ot the Union, Jackson, Miss.; The Union,
and American, Nashville, Tenn.; The Union, Washington
City. Lancatltr Isdytr. J. H. W.
CEUTCHF1ELD HOUSE, F0EMEBLYGEIFITNH0USE,
THIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps
of the nassemrer car landincof the Western and
Atlantic railroad is now onen under the supervision of-
Thomas Crutcbfield, assisted by Mr. J. . F. Brvson and
Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Grifnnacquired a very high reputation as a first class hotel.
The present proprietor havmg secured the services of Col.
Grifau's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent
cook and house boy, and having furnished the house entirely
anew, hopes to retain its high reputation and meritpublic
patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni
bus to and from tbe boat. THOS. CRUTCUFIELD,
Iib21 ly Proprietor.
BUSINESS PAilPS. -
.8. A. SAW KB, B. t. WALLACE, K. nOWAIUX
SAWYER, WALLACE & CO.
NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW VORK.
septlG New Orleans.
S. E. H'CAZIY,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
KnwAHD.s A TTAitms.
Iianieb A Bbotuebs, Nashville, Tenn.
W. a Whitman,
JNO. K. BRIGHT.
JAKES B. BRIGHT-
' 5 J. M. & J. R. BRIGHT,
AfTOEirEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in the several Couits of Lincoln and the
adjoining Counties, and in tbe Supreme Court at
Nashville. tw sept29 6mtw.
"WILLIAM T. BOSS. JA1IK3 II, DAVIDSON
ROSS & DAVIDSON.
' Will practice Law in Lincoln and tbe adjoining counties.
'llLNSr HAST, JR. S. K. IIOLLLNCSWORTII.
HART & HOLLINGS WORTH J
Wholesale Grocers, Commission, Eeceiying and For
I t warding Merchants,
; No. 49 North side Public Square,
oct4 Na3iittli.e, Tuw.
11ENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.,
COMMISSION MEE CHANTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS,
Having permanently located in this City, solicit consign
ments or Cotton, Tobacco, Ac
j Receiving and Forwarding with the filling of Orders
irornptly attended to. octl4 Cm.
E. A. HORNE, S.S. WILLIAMS, JNO. A. FISOEB.
JOHNSON, HORNE Ac CO.,
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL GE0CEES,
Commission and Forwarding- Merchants, and Storers of
Cotton end Tobacco.
ner of Market and Mroad Sit XuhtelU. Tenn.
july 8, 1853.
L. A. LANIkC. B. LAMER.
LANIER & BROTHER,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
septl Market street, Nashvil
PICKETT, MACMUEDO &CC
BANKERS nnd COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
iVA'ir Oil LEANS.
WM. S. PICKETT late of tho firm of PICKETT, PEE.
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMTJRDO, Banker, hay
ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a
Dunking and General Commission Business,
in this City, under firm of Pickett, MACutmDO A Co.
Particular attention paid to the sale of Cotton, and to the
shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally.
W. C. WBlTTHOaHt'
Attorneys a. Law,
rOwIU practice their profession in the counties of
Maury, Marshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman.
dec 9. tf.
JOHN SULLIVAN Jn SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and
Western Produce Generally,
Referixces. Bt. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq.
Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. juncS Cm.
W. H. GORDON, C. B. BBTAN.
W. H. G0ED0N & CO..
AUCTION Sc C03IMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise, generally,
jan 1 NASHVILLE, tenn.
A. F. UAV1E,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will
give prompt atteation to collecting and any other bnsiness
in his profession. feb It
0. MA CG RIGOR, X. E. ALLOWAT, J. BANKXSAn.
MACOEEG0E, ALL0WAY & CO.,
55 St. Coables Street, (third Store oboye St. Charles Hotel,)
I3T N. E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
L. H. SIMPSON & SONS ,
Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignes, &c.,
NO. 19, HEA YER STREET, NEW YORK.
And Rci la Bastide, Bordeaux.
WEBBS & RAWLINGS,
GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER
CHANTS. Main street, one door North of Union, Memphit, Tennessee.
HAVE on hand a full supply of Groceries. Bagging,
Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork, Lard, Candles, Flour, Ac,
which they wiU furnish to their customers on the usual
All Cottons Shipped to them by waterwill be covered by
an open Policy unless written across the free of the Bill of
Lading, at the time of shipping, no Insurance,
lf Vie are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
WEBB, RAWLINGS & CO.,
COTTON FACTO ES AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 53 Carondelet Street, A'tr Orleans.
Any of our friends who wish facilities on Cotton to be ship
ped to our bouse in New Orleans con call on us at Memphis'
or address us at N. Orleans. . july29 6m.
13?" Eagle A Enq., Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville;
AY. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six months, and send in bill.
E. F. BELL.
Wholesale and Ectail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and
Opposite Sowanec House, College st No 23.
HERRMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Tiems. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention.
JVb 2 ly. j
H. C CAEUTn. " mi. TERRT. J. C. DEW
cARirrn, terry & dew.
DEALERS IN ilAEDWAEE AND CUTLERY.
164, Market St. and 25, Merchant Stn Philadelphia
R. II. FRASER,
"0. 13 CAROSDEIXT STREET,
Got. A V. Brown. Nashville. Tenn.: Col. T. H. McNeill
Coahoma county. Miss.; Jlyrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark;,
S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea k Co., Pulaski,
Tenn.; Jas. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, All.
DANIEL W. Rl'SSKLL,
D. N. BOND,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
No. 54, Broadway, NashriUe, Tenn.
137" Tho highest market price paid for Feathers, Bees
wax, Lard, Bacon, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac, Ac
THE EMP0BIUM OF FASHION.
Paris Imported Bonnets, Millinery, Ac.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1853.
500 FANCY BONNETS.
WE would respectlnlly inform the Ladies of town
and country that we will, on Tuesday morning, the
4th, exhibit for their especial benehr, the largest and most
beautiful stock of Fancy Bonnets, aud new styles, of Emb'd
Belirnade and other styles of Straw Bonnets ever opened at
Nashville or in the West Likewise, rich Plumes, Head
Dresses, Flowers, Ribbons, Dress Goods, Perfumeries, Em
broideries and Fancy Goods Ac, comprising $-20,fW0 worth.
Havinc imported a irreat part direct from Paris, our orices
shall be lower than any of the boxed up millcnery adver-
r .1,: -.l nwIr...;iA. .'. .. t . .
Terilxeu us lasiiiuuauio ouu iwicai-iujj hi ic i ii u imcsk sijics.
Our long engagement in the busines, now nine years in
Nashville, and doimr a very extsnsive bnsiness. must (rive
us advantage over any other house in the city, and we flat
ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfied. So, now
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 of superior
good taste from England, Frauce and New York, to assist
us in our establishment We have added to our stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than auction prices, a fine
stock of Mantillas, Woolen Coats, Caps &c, rich Muslin de
Lanes and Cashmicres at 25, 30 and U5 ceDts per yard, su
perior Merinos at 80c worth 1.25; rich Needlework goods,
Chemizetts, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, Undersleeves,
Handk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.25 to 1.75, cheap at
8.50 to 5.00. Likewise, a large 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. 46, Union Street,
next to the State Bank.
oct 4 Em Agent
BONNETS, RIBDONS, &c.
Kn. 14 Cherry Street, near Union.
MRS. E. LOCKH ART respectfully informs the Ladies ol
Nashville and country, that she has now received her
select Fall assort tneut of the newest and most fashionable
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Flnmcs, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to tbe Ladies for past favors, I flatter mysel
that I bave something very beautiful to show them this
season. Please call and see before you purchase elsewhere.
MRS. E. LOCKH ART,
oct27 tf 14 Cherry et
G m m t
rpHE Nashville and Chattanoogo Railroad
X Company, and the Tennessee River M, M.
and Transportation Corananv. have adoDtedthe
following rates of Transportation on Freight between Nash
ville, Tenn, and the various landings on the Tennessee
M Sa a g .
f "A a
FROM NASHVILLE TO j
n ?. S x
3 o o
X 3 D -J a
FnfsT Class-Boo tshoes,
' i i
....70 ....70 ....70 '....SO ....85
. . -.
60 CO 60 70 , .
....55 ....55 ...55 ....C5 Ci
$1 50 31 50 S150I$190 $2 00
100 ICO 100 1 30 150
....85 ....85 100
1 70 1 70 1 70 S 10 2 II
1 70 1 70 1 70 2 10 S 15
130130 130 150 1 60
350 250 250 2 75 300
10 00 10 00 10 00 12 00' 13 00
8 50)850 850 850 11 00
5o 50 50 65t 85
i-iais,oonneu, ury uoods
generally, Clzars in boxes
orcases,'! In Vare,Clocks,
"Wooden 'Ware, Light and I
aouow- vare, i;astinjs,
.Wool, Feathers, Ginseng
and Stove Ware, Teas,
Airugs in Kegs ano ooxes,
aauaiery, uanuies, uon
fecttonaries, Ac, per 100
Secokd Class Sugar,
Coffee. Molasses, Nails,
Tin Plate, Bar and Pig
Leaa, run in Darreis,
KegS, 1MIS, ore, IDUOW
Glass, Cotton Yarn, Do
mestlcs, Hemp and Rags
In tales. Tobacco In box-
es.Kice, Hides, Bale Hope
Ragging, Cordage, Leath
er iu rolls and bxs. Hard-;
ware. Glass and Hueens
ware in crates and boxes,
Lead and Paints in kegs,!
Clover Seed. Cheese.
Candles, Soap, Butter,'
Beeswax, Oils, Brandies,
Wines and other liquors,
Third Cliks Bacou,
Lard and Pork tn tierces
or barrels,- Bar lion,
heavy Castings, tirlnJ
Stones and undressed
Marble per 100 lbs
hlsky. perbbl oMOgal.
Flour, per bbl,and Salt
Porter Ale, and Domes
tic liquors, per bbl of 101
uru.unseeu, or moer
Oils of Tennessee Manu-
Powder, securely pack
ed In casks orhogsheadsJ
tier 100 pounds
Carbojs, Mineral Acids,
(at Compnni'a conven
Piano Fottes. boxed....
Cotton Gins boxed, and
Portable Barrow's o r
Qneen of the South Mills,
each. .,... .
Plows (aMortedO and
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be in
variably charged as 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
tection of contents, will be transported only at owner's
All claims for damages must be collected of the party de
livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods
must be made within 80 days from date of shipment or they
will not te allowed.
The above Companies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, orforthe Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
they be securely Packed in Wooden Cases with their tops
The fol'owingArticIes 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, Ponltry, Live Stock of every description, Boxes, Ci
gars not Cased, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glosses, Musical
Instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed SasflJ Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and Stove Castings, Light and Hollow
On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intermediate points, no cxlra charge will be made during the
low water soason.'except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Rales, will then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low water are entirely at tbe risk of
On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermediate points to
Chattanooga, Twenty-five25) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but in no cose is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention ol Goods during or on account of
Goods consigned to C. Yi. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. E.
E. C, Nashville, will be received on the wharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for D ravage or
No Freight received on tbe Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above aub
ect to special contract
"Emigrants with theirfamib'es 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. K. It. C, Nnsh
ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres., Tenn. River M. M. A T. C,
n. I. ANDERSON, Supt N. 4C.R.R.C.
JAS. W1LUAMS, Pres. Tenn. River M. Jt. A T. C.
FREIGHTS BIT WEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. TY anarrErissmentbetweentoeSouth Carolina,
X- Georgia, M'estern and Atlantic and NashTille
ana Ulmtlanooga railroads, goods wul be brought,
through to Nashville at the following rates :
I IRST CLASS.
Boxes Hats, Hornets, Furniture, Teas and otherlight
goods, per cilbic foot.. 82'
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con
fectionaries, Camphene, Spirits Turpentine, in casks.
Ac, per 100 lbs....,., $210;
All articles not.wming under specific rates, as enumer
ated in the tariff of the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
nt the Freight Agent's Office) perlOO lbs....' $1 2o
Goods to be deUvered at Nashville at above rates must
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care ot Agent of
Nashville and Chatianooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooga,
and Agent ofSouth Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston.
Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam
ers at or about "12c, by propellers at Sc, and sailing ves
sels at from 3c. to 7cjierfoot
When theNashville and Chattanooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to the Rirer, a farther reduction will be
made, of which due notice will be given
H. I. ANDERSON, Sunt N. A C. R. B. Co.
N. B. The same difference will be made when goods are
to be delivered at Decherd, Shelbyville and Murfreesboro,"
or other stations on our road, as is now made between
freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from
the above points to Chattanooga, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co.
junelo tf H. I. A.
NOTICE TO WESTEEN TRAVELLERS.
rpH ROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads.
i?iPi V Vs 1 - -SI?"llIun Wooster, Cleve-
umuiu, luuianapons, l-oiaveue,
cuc iwun, uuiw-u, u iii&uu&xe. xorougu oy iianroau
from Philadelphia to Cincinnati in 87 hours.
Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the
Great West Passengers will find this the most pleasant
route to N. Orleans. Only $11 to Cincinnati; $12 to Louis-
State, Capt Charles Slone, leaves Pittsburg Monday ; Alle
gheney, Capt Charles W Batchelor, leaves Pittsburg Tues
day ; Crystal Palace, Capt II Kountz, leaves Pittsburg Wed
desdav; Brilliant Copt J R Grace, ieaves PittsburgThurs
day : l'itisbunr. Cant Huch Campbell leaves Pittsburr. Fri
day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts
burg Saturday. Boarding and lodging on board the Packets
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, $2; Louisville, $3; St
Fare through by Rrdlroad from Philadelphia to Pittsburg,
49 50; Massillon, J10; Cleveland, $10; Mansfield and Crest
line, $11; Columbus, ii 65; Toledo, $18; Cincinnati, (via
Crestline.) $15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern E. It.)
$18 25. To Chicago, aukegan, Kenosha, HI, Racine, Mil
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad, $18.
The Cars will leave the' Commonwealth's Station, N. E.
ComearofSchuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets
can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents ofthe State
and Columbia Railroad Lines.
The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock", A. JL
Through to Cincinnati in 3? hours.
The night Mail Train at lOtf, P. M. Through to Cincin
nati In 46 hours, including one night's comfortable rest at
The above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster Haii
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John
stown, Greenburg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case of loss, the Company will hold themsel
ves responsible for personal baggage only, and foran amount
not exceeding $100. THOS. MOORE, Agent
June 4 if. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for Harrisburg, via Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will leave tbe above station
si i;i, i .ai.
PHLLOTOEXN 0B FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation
Misairriago or Abortion, and the relief of aE those
Sympathetic Nervous Alfeclions attendant on
Much of the sufiering attendant upon the lives of females
at the present day may he traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect dnnng some critical period of their peculiarsca
sops, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them
to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Jfanv of
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when thelmd
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the effects of obstruction, and the want ofa remedy to assist
nature at that evcntfulperiod.
TRY THE PHILOTOKEN.
It is not offered 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 medicinedirected with experience and skill can
perform. Sold by SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed.
julyl ly dtw&w.
&1fi Ann I nsI TO PURCHASE
IIJ.UU'J- $10,000 Stock in the "Wire Suspension
Bridge, at par, payable in Merchandise at cash prices
nsvl9 8m R. fl. BROCKWAY, No.7I Public Square.
Cs.4 te .
P g'c-a 5 g"Si2 c
-05 $ - If g - Sa5 C?
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 47, College St.
A RE now receiving their Fall supply ofHanWc
A mid Cntlerv- direct from the mannlWm K.
rope and America, to which they invite the particular Jttum
tion of Merchants visitiner 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 line.
They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
the very highest market price in exchange for Hardware,
or in payment of debts. auglS
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
CARRIAGES!! CAIIiUAGESM I
THK anbseribcrtatos this method of returning his most
slncero thanks tohls friends and tho publlcgecerallj, for
the patronage he has already received, and would say to
them, that ho do has unhand the Lai (rest nud ICcst
assortment of WORK ever offered In this market; rrom tho
light TROTTING SULKY to the finest CAKKIOLA CAR
RIAGE, all of my own Manufacture.
Persons from a dlstanceean rest assured of alsray finding
something that will salt their taste, "If In the shape of a
Carriage." I have the lickt Workiucu to do iuy
Work, Call and see my assortment.
N. B. I am prepared to build Work to order ashort no
tice. I will pay particular atteation to repairing, and will
sell or repair at as low a price as any good builder.
JT-14- Lower. Market Street.
tyo Tim 11) 111.1 C.T11K subscriber
J- begs leave to state that he still carry on
the COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS.
at bis old stand on North Market U.twodoors
below H. & R. Douglass, ft Co. Keens constantly on hand
a large and well assorted steck from a light Buggy ta a Car-
Thankful for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a
continuation, hoping by cheapness, durabllitj andgood work
tmuuhlpto Etsrli jour patronage.
Jang ly. GEO. L. SL0A5.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
ef which will be made un to order iu the most Fash-
ionable Style and at as short notice as can be done in any
citv m uic u uiou, aim ui prices 10 suik uie limes.
Heady Made Clothing. Coats, Pants, andVestsof
all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing
floods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs,' silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
J57Ganneuts cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine. mr 5 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent.
AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTU EING COMPANyT"
THIS establishment isnow preDarcd
I to manufacture nlll kinds of Waggons,
"Carts and Plows of every description,
and any other farming impliments ued in
The prices for such things will not be more than is puid I
ior inem urougut irora otner places. e are ready to re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and other uten
sils for making roads.
Tbe Manufacturing of Waggons is under the Superinten
dence of Wilson Mullen, who.vj work is well known here.
We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters and Merch
ants in the surrounding counties for our work.
One or two good Wagon Makers wanted .immediately
Good prices will be paid tor first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
june!5 Lower Market Street
DAGUEAEEAN STOCK AND PICTTBE ESTABLISH
MENT. DOBY.VS A YEARQUT, Nashville, Tennessee, College
Dcbtns & Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Dobtxs A Richakdsox, Morssewct New York.
Dobtns A Spacldixc, St Louis. Mo.
Dodtns A Ykaroct, Memphis, Tenn.
Dobtn3 A Hakhixoto.v, New Orleans.
At any of the above establishments, you can procure as
fine Pictures as can be bad in any city, of any desired style
or finish, as we have every improvement, and expect to
keep up with any and all improvements. We are prepared
in either citv tn fnrnish artists with" rirr artlcli 114 m ihe
art Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock on t
the most reasonable terms. DOBYNS A CO. i
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de i
ceased persons at all times.
augl7 tf D.ACO.
IN Store and for sale Cheap for Cash :
150 bbls Cin. Whisky: 100 kegs Nails, assorted;
200 bbls Flour, various b'nds;
25 bbls Loaf, Crushed and
300 bacs Hue Kalt
50 bbls Molasses:
various 10,000 Regalia Cigars;
25 bxs Tobacco;
10 doz Shaker Brooms;
200 rms Wapping Paper;
50 bbls Pilot Bread;
10 bbls B. A W. Crackers;
S cases Jen tin s leas;
2 bbls Mason's Blacking;
il5 reels Packing Yaru.
5 bbls Boston Crackers;
4 bbls Sujfar A Piece do;
Together with Pepper. Allspice, Ginger. Indigo, Mad
der, Spun Cotton, Shot, Lead, Powder, Mustard, Catsup,
Cotton, Hemp, Bed Cords, and Plough Lines. oct4 tt
MORE NEW MAN0ES.
TTTEhOT6 received by recent arrivals nine
more of those unrivalled Pianos, made!
by J. it. imirham and Adam t tod art & Co., ol J j J J I
various styles and sizes, which will be sold very low tor
c ash or good notes drawing interest, wild warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect
api-29 V.AT. II. ORBENFIELD A CO.
H. 0, SCOVEL, "
Druggist ano Apothecary,
North side of the Jxullic Square, S doors West of the
7holesale and Ectail Dealer in
Faints, Batsnts, PERnnrzBT,
Powder, Oils, Dte Srcrrs,
Fasct Abticles, Shut, Vaoxuues,
Glass; Glassware, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
VTERO ABDOMINAL SUl'PORTERSand TRUSSES
"WASHITA OIL STONES,"
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, Arc.
NathrilU, March 11, 1853.
Y VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS oT fieri facias lo me
i iiniuD ur ruun i ituo oi iter jucitii io me ,
directed, from the Circuit Court of the Cnited Slates
forthe Middle District of Tennessee, founded od fonr Judg
ments, rendered in said Court at its September Term, 1353,
David Jayne A Son, r. Mark L. Cartwright and Leroy
Armstrong, Judgment 15th September, 103; same, ts.
same. Judgment 15tli September, lsoo, W. M'Cally A Son,
rir. same. Judgment 15th September, 1S53, and John M.
Oty, w.same, JuJgment KStb September, 1853.
twill sen to wSrnn"?,"?.
interest ofthe said Defendant, Leroy Armstrong, in and
to tbe following Lot in the City of Nashville, to wit
LOT, No. 89, as designated in the plan of tbe College or
Academy property, fronting 50 feet on Cherry street and
running back the usual depth of Lots in that part of the
City, and is adjoining tho residence ot Wm. Slockell.
ALSO, part cf Lot, No. 37, fronting 50 feet on Summer
slreet as extended, bounded as follows beginning at the
North-west corner of B. F. Jlosely's Lot on the east side of
Summer street; thence along the east side or said street
50 feet thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 feet to Newnams line; thence running
back with said line about 160 feet to an Alley; thence south
wardly with said Alley 60 feet to Mosely's corner; thence
with tbe line of Mosely's Lot, about 170 feet, to the begin
The undivided interest of Mark L. Cartwnght, in tb
above described Lots, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deeds, bearing date tbe 21t June, 1853, and are of re
cord in the Register's office for Davidson county, in Book,
No 17. pages 295 and 290.
Both ot said Lots have been levied upon as the property ol
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writs;
this 25th day of October; 1853.
J. B. CLEMENTS.
Marshall. U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
By bUDeputy, B. N. CLEMENTS.
T -m. ft J U
DRUGS, &GI ,
BICHAED 0. CTJEBEY, '
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,
Ao.SS Vnionslreety NashrC'e.
HAVING purchased tie ectire interest in the firm of
Currey Martin, will continue the DRUG BUSI
N Efca m this city, and hopes that strict attention to busices
and 1 tbepvnfy and genmn, nets of his stock will ensuiehiia
i liberal share of public patronage.
He expects in a few dat s to receive his
, FALL SUPPLIES
SfirtiWSj0?13!01 FRESU DKlTCSand PUBJ!
MEDICINES, together with the usual variety of rainU
OJ, Varnuke, Glaetvure and Fancy articles for the vkoui
tele and tilij retail trade. o,.
Xi DRLGuIST, No. Zo, Union street, NasAvdle. HaviL jp
retited my Store, and now refurnishing it with the choicest
rfr.Mp'J wftr7 of CHEMICALS, MEDICINES,
DRUGi, Ac., respectfully srhcits a continuance ofthe pat
ronage so liberally extended to him dariegthe past two jers.
He warrants every Medicine and Chemical sold by him
as pure, fresh and genuine. None other can End a place Is
Physician's prescriptions compounded with neatness and
dispatttxi; all hours, and of the choicest medicines. 'oct23.
JUST-!! ECEI VED ATaRGE AND I'tTLX
supply of tbe SHAKER HERBS, consisting cf Sage,
Hyssop, Catnip, Lemon, Balm, Rue, Marsh, Mallow, Doohb
Tanxy, Spikenard. Spearmint Foxglove, Hoarhonnd, Sum
mer Savoy Lilly Root, wbite. Moccasin Hoot Nerve Powder,
Pleurisy Root Hemlock, ground, Boneset Ac For sale low
in any quantity. oct2S.I RICHARD O.CUBREY.
WINE OF COLCIHCU31 SEEDTHE OF!
. t , cmT Brt,da of ,fUa TaluaWe medicines of Foweis Jc
Whightman s manufacture, just received by
oct-S KICHARD O. CURREY.
rpiXCTUHK OF VERATIOI VIRIDEA
X new and fresh supply of this very valuable new reme
dy, just received by
"t23 RICHARD O. CURREY.
SELECT POWDERS OF HASKELL, EE!
rick A Bull; equal tn if not superior to thoe of ahr
other establishment. A full assortment on hand, fresh and
genuine. Phjsioians should use no other kind of medicine.
Qt2S EIOiLXRD O. CURRET.
DISSECTING CASES.-FOUU DOZ. CASES
of Dissecting InstrumenU received and for rale low by
RICHARD O. CLRREY,
oct2S Xo. Si Union l. NstiIU.
' T AVPtrv 1" A'Tlt ALCHE.
i rH:IT.?-Th ?dera:gned continues to g.ve his at-
tention to tbe analysis of Mineral waters, iiies, sods, vceet-
aoie siiDsiances. ana productions of art He is supplied
with all the necessary apparatus and purest ihemlcals, and
will promptly analyze all substances, placed in his posses
sion. JMien it is practicable, researches will be instituted
and opinions given on all chemical questions.
Terms moderate and uniform.
, BICHARD O. CURREY,
oct23 tf No. 35, Union st- NaJi nlla.
COLD, DAMP, WET FEET.-TOPRi
vent this very disagreeable and unhealthy condition
of the feet get the WATER PE00F CORK SOLES, for sale
r bot4 if. u SCOVEL.
1L G. t-COVEL.
THE FAVORITE DRAND Ojc TOUACCO,
Langhorn A Annistead's, for sale, at reta-l cr whole
sale, by nov4 H.O. SCOVEL
THE JIOST UNPRECEDENTFDLY POPU--larand
efficacious BODY BRACE is that originated
by Dr. Banning, for delii ate. weak and debilitated female)
or males, who suffer from weakness of the breast short-
falling of tbe womb.
North side ofthe Public Square, three doors West of the
Nashville Inn. ncrl
I) 1 LES. PERSONS S UFFERLNG" FROM
A this very unpleasant and painful complaint will find
reliefinthenseot House's Pile Oiatmect Forsaleby
oy4 11. Q. SCOVEL.
DR. TRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMIT ,
ought to be kept in every family, to apply in cases o t
wounds, bruises, cuts, sores, pains in the tack, breast or
side, as well is all rheumatic affections. For sale hr tbe
-gent mvl f. Q. SCOVEL
Lbs. STARCH Oa baud awl for sale by
II. G. SCO V Cl
STRETCH AORR, CORNER OF COLLEGE
and Union streets. Nashville, Tenn. Wholesale and
Retail dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, DyeStnits,
Window Glass, Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes.
Pure Wines and Brandies, expressly fin- medicinal pur
poses. Druggists, Physicians, Country Merchants and Man
ufacturers fupplied on ihe most liberal terms.
STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and Refc.il Drnrgistt,
sorner College and Union streets. ovo
COLOGNE H'ATER JUSTKCEIV EPA
large supply of superior Cologne Water, in large fancy
bottles. Forsaleby nor9 jSTKfcTCU A ORB.
pOMFOUND OX MARROW .-SIX JIOZEN
J Basin's Compound Ox Marrow, a valuable preparation
for the Hair. For sale by nov STRLTCIIA ORB,
MANDINE. ASLPPLY OF THIS ATT-
able nrer Aration lor the cure and me eniii)nnfi-h.r,n.I
hands. Just received and for sale by
ot9 STRETCH A ORR,
I70RTY-EIGHT ROTTLES DR. NOIIV
WOOD'S Tincture of Veratrum Viride, tor controlling
the Action ofthe Heart and Arteries, in all eases where there
is a pretern irural frequency. For sale by
nov9 STBETCn A ORR.
AVATERS'TOOTJI SOAP lilt. XVAV-
TERS Dear Sir This is to certify that 1 have uttd
jour Soap Dentifrice, and am perfectly satisfied it is the best
article ot the kind in use, and so long as vou continue to
manufacture it of a pure article, you will find a ready safe
.for it No person in the travelling community should be
withoutit CUAS. S. ROWELL, Dentist
No. 11. Chambers street, X- V
Six dozen 'Waters' Chemical Tooth Son p. just received
and forsale by STRtTCH A ORR,
nov9 Coner College and I'nioa St
Cases Boots, Shoes, dc.
R. S. HOlms & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 3G, Corner of College andUnien streets,
. TTAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
. XX 1200 CASES BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS.
, TRUNKS, An. Heine; the LARGEST STOCK of Goods
thev have ever offered m this market and which fir jvcltty,
' price and rjnVrjr will equal any Stock in the City,
i Merchants and all others making their purchases in
NashTille, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock
t an examination before buying,
i E. P. HOLLINS & CO:
l?J Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in
1 exchange for Goods at the highest market price.
I Ugl7 tf B Vf Q
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
EECETVED AT THUBST0N A BEENAED'S,
No. 9 Union Street.
i XTE are now receiving, direct from the Eastern cities,
V V some ofthe very latest styles of Fall and Winter dress
Goods, consisting in part of SILKS. Brocade, Plaid, Check,
I figured and plain Black, Persian Cloths, and all wool Mas
j lm Delanes; Chemisettes and Sleeves in sets, Freuch Nee
dle Work Collars, Mourning Collars and Sleeves, Embroi'd
' Linen Camb. H'dk'fs, Velvet Ribbons, Gimps and Galloons,
! Jaconet and Swiss Insertings and Edgings, Jaconet Bands
i and Flouncing. Ac Ac 110SIER1 and GLOVES, all
' shades and qualities. Children's and Misses sizes, all col-
ors, which vre are offering very low. Thone in search of
good Goods, and at low prices, will do well to give ua a
calL No charge for showing goods.
sep!4-tf THPItSTON A BERNARD.
1 It ARK AND LEAVES .1 wi.sh"lopurcliase with
J cash,aLvgeqaantityof Chestnut Oak Bark and Shoe
make Laves, lor Taning purposes. Apply to J. G. Moore,
corner of Union end Market streets.
jnl27,-dAw tf. FREDRICK ROTH.
LiQUORS. 100 bbls Tennessee D D 7blsky
50 barrels Old Monnngahela
50 bbht Old Bourbon "Whiskv;) bbb New Erwrand Rnm
50 " Old Rye ' 30 " AM. Gin;
50 " Old Reserve " SO " Sweet Wine;
0 pipes Old Cog. Brandy;I0 " Old Put Wine;
2 UolUnd Gin; 20 Iioxes Brandy Clierricn
10 bbls old Maderia Wine; 5ft " CLirvt Wine;
20 Indian bbls Sweet Wine; 10 " aborted Cordials;
100 bbls AM. Brandy; li gab. Old French Bnndr;
j In store and forsafe low by LAMER A BROTHER.
SUNDRIES. lOObbls best Flour; lOnkegs of NailT,
1000 bbls No. 1 Salt; 20 tons assorted Iron;
! 80 doz Painted Buckets; i bbls Brimstone;
! 20 nests of Tubs; i " Alum;
120 " half bushel measurcs;100 Plows;
I 5000 lbs bar Le. d; SO bWs No S Mackerel;
I 200 bags Shot assorted; 90 kits No 1 and 2 do;
I 100 assorted Demijohns; 20 bbtsS S Almonds;
f 50 boxes Cuba .Sixes Cigar;10 " Large Pecans;
50 doz Bedcords and LinesO boxes Figs;
j 50 bags Itace Ginger; 800 " Tobacco, assorted;
. 25 bags Pepper; 8 tierces Fresh Rice;
' 50 boxes Dried Herring; 36 bbls English Soda;
I i casit Jiauuer; no cexestresn teas;
1A)lftIfcI r.. - . . ,n ,. ... . ..
1 f. "lUers;10 Croraes best lad,S
20 " B. W .Flour, ext:
Together with many other artielea. which will be sold
low by dec!4 LANIER A BROTHER, market at
FUEN1TUEE! FTJENirDEE! !
T AM just receiving fine assortment ofFnr-,
1 nilnM ftlA I T f J . H il nwt m nnm,.!1
tyles, which will be warranted as recommend-1 5
ed, and will be sold as cneap as me cheapen. Having en-
areed my AVare rooms. I shall keen an assortment or Gi'-
rors. Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order.
sent free to the Railroad or anywhere in the city.
1 1 r TT.. : ... m I :. T ,
uersif, uuiun sticvt, .ucup xuruuure Aepou
ap27 I. II. MORTON.
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
MANUFACMURING COMPANY, are now offering.
Mira splendid assortment of Plain and Fashionable Fur
rM' ...i riant r...-l -.. Ti...rt
E5new building, (between Lnionllall and trie i
Square,) which they offer at prices to suit purchasers, Y
both at whole sale and reta'd. They intend to give satistac
tion to purchasers work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
with despatch. B. U. GROOMS, lrea't
W.L.Naxcc Sec'r septL i-
SUN DRIES. 1QO kegs Naib, assorted sizes;
50 boxes Langhorn X Annstead's Tobacco, very su
perior; 20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 gross of box Matches;
A few harrels oftkatsamecld Whuky. Also, a few hhds
of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment cf
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, College streot,
opposite Sewanee House. fmayll R. F. BELL.
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