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. MERCHAN DISE.
Fail and Wiaaier
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT NIOHOL'S CORNER,
.V. 13. Corner Sjaarteiiii ilvbii Street. Xi&tiU,
RAS received his new Kail Importations of RICH AND
ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
lii- uaet pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and
tlio public, feeling uMUred mat he can olT.c as great bar-g.iin.-.
out be found in the city,
IN JUCII FAI.L and winter SILKS.
Of thejatest Pansian stviej, which are truir detpiut, in-
T...T. .. k.. .. r .1... 1. . j .
cludlmr u beautiful varietv of Iho Hcljp.it unci li.Lnn..mv.t
Plaid, lL-ticaaVitbji, Bjy.tdere. Striped, National, Repp, j
Mid Watered Hilts, as lias been in luix citv.
Xen and iltiautltnl 1'arisiaii Plaiilg,
Of ul:rt; new deiilgns, Mitb theliandsahestand
mciiwsr co.niiiNATio or colors, !
lucluaiijg lhe ay, giuvr ricu,tuid elegant. j
..ci' anil Clittice 'xeuuti Jerinc. ,
HiemAi Jejirable Colow in nuiket, embracing tho mosT''
la-vattiauOir bluides tvhicli the ladles willfind beatitifuL
iil,iAiASV UlCil !UL,VlNi:s A NO CASH- i
.Oftiia rboieestpattcrnsmid most beautiful colors, and in
fact ei cr other kind of Dry Good.. . Miitable for j
J.AOliiS' und IJlIli.OJCHN'S WAKUROIIES. '
Cauu.nUraix) an.) tinbniiderrd Munis, of all kinds.
clutlin ii.e ltjch Rrocba, or Ooihtcerc Shawls.
."Uut'ltNlNt; tiUODSOr" AJ,J- KINDS,
01 ihiaiOzuies, Alpacca. 1'IOihs, Cantou, Itluck de'Laines,
ll.ittjes,iiro:iadins, aUiumingolceves, Collars, (UiemiitlL-',
lluQiierttiuMj', and evemhing else suitable lor a
HAImju beautiful rii-.ctv of .
; ! ;t LAtiu goods;
Iloniiou, aleacienne, and Needle-tri
ie-trort CoilarK Rich
OuinbrteUhemizetU -and Sleeves insettii; Jaconet and I
A-ii- ltgings, lomrniiigjs uimoric sna amss Jrlounctug, ,
applique wort. Also a fane assortment of
l,.VOIES AND GUX JiEJIEN'S GLOVES,
llKudkercnielR, t'ravuls; Jjilk, Cotnm, and Jlerino Under
shirts and Diawr.
IIO:'SIJ10M AND PAJIIIiY GOODS.
f Linen and Cotton tihtetirgs and Shlrtmgi', Table Da- '
kf, Nupklni", ToAveHngs, Crdsbi-sartd Diapers.
Quilts FUuncIs, Canton .Flannels, Wtbh FlanneU and i
Cambric, A a, Ac !
PltKNClI CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AJfD
Twred Casimeros; ver Oi.tings, of all kinds. And will
open in a loir onfii u beuutui aSfOitment of the
l,.VflST hTVLESOI' VARISIAN CLOAKS
lude of the very bent matvriu), Ac, Ac.'
Call aud e.xamiue this large and line assortment of goods,
fiiiiuble to the apprOsohiug season, and rou will not bo
d'uuppoiuted cituer in styles tir prices.
Hettu X, lSiJ. JAMES NICH0T.
IS53. . FALL TitPORTATIOIfS. 1833.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
, : - jV;; 57,: CWtey ttrceL
JOHN K. I1UME ts now daily icceiringfrom New York
and Philadelphia, bisXdl and winter supply of desira
l.i gwJi, to which be most respectfully invites the atten
tioa of all iu Want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
th-.-ion. JOUN K. HUME,
octS No. 57 College street.
QTAt'LE GOOD.5. V.'elsij. Saxony and" ShaiXcr ?Ea
O o-jl-; ("Kilored Flaunels;
Fte'icli and English Prints; Toweling;
Fine Mantels, 'te.; Napkins;
'IWeaoUi&Ao- JOHN K. HUME.
CLTJXICS. Rich Velvet
- 3ali&a Mantillas
White Emb'd Mantles;
JOHN K. HUME.
.Atin aud Cloth Cloaks;
TiIU:aE;.S liXIIIllITJON Will boloundan
JlX. K-i'i'illntut of t'Ktra cheap Mous de Lsinfs, some as
Imv as ity cents )uryanl. QC12
.1 IO KIC 11 filL!C DUKSS GOODS. Magnifi-
Hccatifjl 1'onU d'Hol;
Rob Koy Plaids;
Paris dc Lai nes;
ltsl an H!wi Silks;
liUck Aroiure iilks;
ALSO toj-lisa and French Mennosof all colors.
l"mcbaseis uf new, rich and really elegant goods, are all
respectfully invited to the exhibition of
1 , JOnNlCHUME,
'llrii Ni.W, College st
RICH FALL AUD WINTER
A J A, &. J. G. McCLhUl.A U have just received the
V . large.t and b-.st svlectl stock of Fall und Winter
Onod'i ttvsr I'tTetea m this malkct, which they oiler to the
tra!e at lover p ice iIiau they can be found in any other
ji.U!.e ia W-e c.u-. . At No. J Public s-juaie.
llich !. Goods.
i;nnde Silk?, Rich. JV.uted do Iines;
tVieck do liicb Plaid
yitm do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
fcoperWX-do GLwgow Plaids;
. PJaHl IVu,lif; Tlain Mous. de Lames;
l"iu " ' ' Fr'ch Merinos .V Cashmeres
Rob Kor Silks; English and Uennsn Merinos;
WStlt a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac
Vliite Goods, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackuiieis, SiTisse, Tarlions;
Vat. Laces, Edging and Inserting
.Uiimel and Sivts Tiiiomii.gs and Flouncings;
L.tscind Muslm Collars and Chuniictles;
' Jaeotiot Cnilara and Slesves;
Mtiea Cambric nad Hdkfs in great variety;
UiJ Gluvo.Silksud Wool
Sojier Woiil and Silfc Hosiery, Cotton dir,
likik Uics Veils, lbboas, Ac. ....
laCfwk, Talm.is aud Maii'.illss, wcltave the richest as
sitBit!.;t everodVred m tins market, in Velret, Satin, Cloth
and rilk; all colors, with clegint white embroidered Silk
Mamies, with Ck'tbs and Vt-lvHs for making them.
Cljtbs. Cassimerj?, Voungs, S.utiiietts, Flannels, Tick-in-s
Sliirtitigs Bleached and Blown Domestics lied
RUiikets, Super (kill Blankels, .Shawls, Linsays, Prints,
Alniccnn. Wt-feelcirtifident that buyers will lind it greatly
tjliit'-u- iati-ret to give iiiM fcitku careful examiuauon,
uul in so diug save themselves tome mimey.
.oclU McCLKLl.AND'.S. Ko.ii' Public square
' f-E IlESPECTf'C L L V lutonu our mends and the
VY lrtJOUc that we nave now on haii.l a large and well
r.-uKiHf st- of Fur, Silk midSolt Huts; Men's aud Hoys'
Ca.iuKre Hals; Childiens' Funcy Hats and Caps; Men's
KH.i lUw Cloth, Fiushand Far Caps or even- descnptiou,
'uusira-red in good quality, style and lomiess of price,
wlncu iheyotfarat wholesale and retail,
ooti LANDE, ELSBACa & CO,
Hat and Cap Manufactory, .No. 4S, Market St
TALL AND NTElTtJObl)S. LANDE. ELS
a.' BACK. A CO., No. o1. Market street, have received
wttliiu tlie lst week a large and v ell assorted stock of ele
KuJr M.le Clothinir of the best material, so that per-
urns who "arc desirous ol procuring fashionable garments
dm b Uitfd, . , , I
Cii'tomen and straffers visiting the city, are lespecttal-h-inviu
dUicall aou cismii.e their stock bvloro th"y buy j
f'lNjwfct-re. We aio convinccl tbat ie can sell lower than j
nr.v fiber Uoiu-c in Ibe city, either wholesale or reUil.
" LSO. Received this weak a Urge lot of Trunks
X V nt-uts. Mocks, etc., lor sle low at
LA.NDE, ELSRACH'S A CO.
.txt OT1CU. 1 am closing up mv business with a view of
JL permanently withdrawing. Many persons arc indebt
ed to iih- by note mid account, some for years, and 1 hope
thev will call aod pay up without further delay or trouble.
1 hafo removed my ltok. and Papers to tho room ad
joining Mcmrs. W. 11. (Jordoo A Co.
IJlt iJ.uui.-HUS8t.iii. a , 1
IA. RnAd Stu-et, liavejust recoived an excellent article oi
-R E FLOUR, boiled and unbolted.
nin-5 nj. t vr.
f IU.VCIPE CUiAKS.-FIPTEEX THOCS
JL ami eilra Pnnciie C.gars, just ivccived br
covlS R. A J.NIXON.
T ITKlSrWANl'ED. -A YOUNCTJIAN VIIO
J wn.cs a good ban i. a'ld hasu general Knowledge of
nceotinis, can obtain a mutton bv making application, with
refcrenl--3, to M. boxUi', Post Olhce.
NaltvilU Nov. 11, IbSS.
rpo t'Ol'ATltV 3IE11GUA.NTS. 1 would call
X theaileiition of dealers to ibe heavy Stock of Wall
PiipL'is,, I uni now lvceiving and prejiared to otTer on the
tnoi favorable term-.. septlB W. W. FINN.
rTMf6sL'iNiTsNUFFS.--J UST 11 ECH1V HD
X per suuiner A. L Dai is, atJ poimds of SNUtF of sn
Jjenor iualiuesol the hoe brands ot ijanctt's superior Scotch
iinulfHi UHileo; iwm's Uacaboy in bottles and Legs. Al
t asiif eimrquauty of Fnnch Rappee in gallon jars, sttit
bIiIc to tr.tvelicrs. Also, a Urgu lut of line cut Cavendish
Cbeinug Tobacco, a uuw article, with an assortment of
Tne atcive articles I am prepared to sell AVbolesale or Re
t ih a cbeep as any hoiise in the West
rjovl JAMES MOORE.
TobaecniM, sign little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar
i3j.ticK 0. areve.vsox nontnt 1. wtnri-
STEVEN'SON & WHITE.
JCo. 59, College street.
TT O" hnD3 larc f nd des;rab'e stock of STAPLE
0 AND FANCY DltY GOODS, which they will sol
e:y c eap for cash, in older to 1 educe their stock bef.,re
thoi iewie tiicir Fall purchases. All of you who like good
b.irl&iiii pve them 11 call augt
"tlft, lumuu lisid a Uigentia beautiful stock of Ladies
UKEaii tiUODS, such as plain, checked and bios
raue.-'ilkf, iiiiK It- bes, Beragts and lleruge Robes; and a
Ijeloii.t ttjijuliii 1 rench Muslins, all of which will be
lj eiiii.uiel lo for cash by
uttgi STEVENSON & WHITE.
r.-'KENCII NEEDLE 1VORKS. STEVENSON
j. A WHUli liKvejusi receitvd wrr large stock ol
French Nivdlu Worts, ich a Collars Sleeves, Chimiietts,
Handkerchief, Ldgmgs, lusertings, lttlilKins Ac, which
they are seihntf at very reduced pnci s Inrmsli angt.
M Uu!V"; , , ,' i a?eju'i
ic -...- -"
Liu-h Strfeuutrs, Table Damasks, und a large lot ot Plain
L.ne.1 Napkin, and DaiMSkTc i
lew forcash by aitgl bfbNL.SSON A 111TK..
p EyiblUlEA'.S I-'UKAISlllrtU i.uujjs.
T All rem who wish to purchase Cloths, Cassitneres
Vc-ting, lanens. Patent Shuts, Linen and Drilling Draw
n, UuU-ilosi, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves ami
Cravats.eali in at STEVENSON & WHITE'S, No. 5,Col
lege street, for they aio selling otl'iery low for Cash, in or
der to make loom Sir thoir Kail htock. aug4-
CIIAUXIlSTON, SOCTU CtBOUN.l.
Capital $250,000: All Paid In.
T HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Compear at
X Nashville, and am fully prepared to tako Marine, Fire,
River Risks, on lhe most favorable terms.
A full s-taieuicnl of the solvency of the Company can be
soen at the effica of the Nashville 'Inwrance and Trust Com.
U4nv. on College street
JOHN 8. DASHIELL, Agent
TEE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSTJRAXCE COMPANY
or irASHViLiE, TjainsssEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the-Post Office, and
oppositellic Verandah, will insnre on thu mutual prin
ciple, Mouses, JUrcliaudize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by J
Fire; Steamboat on any of the. Western waters against the t
Hazards or Inlaud Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of i
every descript jrm against tlio Feriliiof. tho Seas and Rivers. j
Also. tu5 Jdvea 01 persons in gooa.neaun, lurra singio 3 car, i
. r J.. lift. ll. V.l.u ..,.- 7
loruiermui tcuuruuiuiguic. i--y; . ........
... . ... 1- : . 1 :.. tl.ta
1 ' 77; T,VVn rvirtinmlionln alt lhe Prof-
All persons naving cneir lives or properiy inouiiu m
its, without any liability to loss beyond UieaxnouDof iro-
-- -r-?--- ,r . '-:triw
Tniunis wnicii tner mar par. .. ..
3. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
C. J. F. WiUBToy, Secretar)-. - . ' janl
TEKIIESSEE JIARINE AHD FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
FFICK on the North side of the Public Square, midway
I ) between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Rank.
rpt.av will a1rfinMirftnfHMl limits nnit HrMwls of r.rerv rie-
gcriiition against fire ; on Steamboats and Cargo agiinst fire
cnd the risk of Ibe rirer; on the Catgo of Keel lloats and
other river cndls, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
1 the usual term JOHN MIUj, msidc.nt.
Joscra VACLX, crctarv.
I)mr.pmiii. Alex.' Allison. John M. Hill. F. B. Foes. O.
M. Fogg, Jamos Corrcr, .Tun. JL Bass, Josqih Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGarock.
ESTABLISHED FOR TEN YEARS.
OUR Goods are selected and purchased by ourselves,
with great care in the best markets, which .enables us
to sell low for CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any house in the coun-
trv. Toy. 1'ocset cutlery, i'lstols, jtevoivera ana seu-
i .- . . x . . " . i . i j. t r
coding; apmiisu vlms, ai;., ai;. juij
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE "WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
MinKrr sr., orrosrrb-joilxson A iio2xe's tobacco waSEHOtrsE,
MarlU VarirciomsatttM stand Comer of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all
kinds of work in the most tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be dona 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
persons tojudge for themselves which is the best method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee.
Also, a tine 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, Tombs, Baptismal
Foots, Cnxs, Vases, Oardln Figuhjs, Grave Stosei, Ac.
carved and lettered to order. FcaxtTOUE Macsix executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as
It can be procured from the East. Also, Map.ule Maxtcls,
of every description, plain or carved. Bcildixo Stoxe, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left at mj Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
nnd Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to llieinnterest to call and ex
amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope bv strict attention to business to merit a continuance
oi ineir iavors. j.uir-o luaii,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
THIS road now complete, It opens a communication be
tween fituburp and PhUadelphia,orPUtsburg and Haiti
more. By which Krt-ight from the writ can reach an eastern
market quicker and cheaper than by any of iho pres nl rival
outes: they connect wiiu the oaily packets at Pittsburg,
from St Louis, Louisvll e, Cincinnati, Wheellnr, and all the
different points on the western waters. Also with tho Cleve
land and Plit-burr Kail Koad, and Ohio and r'enntjIvanU
Kail Koad at Pittstmrjr. Cars run through between Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia wlbouttranhlpment of freight, an ad van.
luge that can be appreciated by all shippers.
In case of obstruction v,f navigation by Ice or low water
freights wesmard can be forwarded from Pittsburg to Cin
cinnati, or towns in the Interior by Kallroad.
UATEiS OF t'ltKHillT
Between PUUburcand Philadelphia or Baltraore.
i'irxt C'lllhS1. irixrer Suvmtr
Ret n. Ratei.
Drv Goods. Books aud Stationary Boots, per 100 lbs.
Shoes, Hats and Carpcttiijr, I'urs and pel 91
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, &c. '
Brown Sh6etlng Sc Shlrtlnp In Kales,')
Orugs.Glass Ware, Groceries, except Cof-1 ESttt.
ffae. Hardware. Hollow Ware, .Machinery, f
Oilcloth, Wool, &o. J
Enttnrln Firkins & Kegs, Candles, Cot-
ton, in winter, Queeunware, Tallow, "5cti.
Tobacco, In laf or Manufactured, East-
ward, iic. 4-c. J 1 ;
Bscon,Cotton (In summer,) Coffee, Lard'
and Lard Oil, (through) Port la full car- 65 ct.
loads at owner rite. j
Goo. C. Franclfcciis,
Friigkt Jljent, Pitttbtrg.
K. J". Succder,
freight Agent, Pkiladeltia.
fflafniw ic Ko.m,
Freiiht Jgentt , Btltinort
jr. 1.. r.niott.
Freight Jifert.JtftiTfreit it.,JV. 1'.
1. it. rtor.Mon,
Gen. Freigkljlgnt, Philadelphia.
march 16, 1S53 ly i
TO TKAVELLEUS GOING N'OUTII.
UiBitcd SiTs'ies As&UIiiiie
Through in 48 tooO Hours.
NEW YORK AK1) CHARLESTON SEW
VTEKKL Y STEAM SHIP LIKE. '
gzZlr LEAVES A dger"s Tiarves every Saturday
ciJjV! and AVcdne'day, after the arrival of the cars
from the South aud West.
On Saturday, the new ami splendid sleamer Jan. Ail
ger, 1,600 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Clarion,
l,ao0 tou., W. Foster. Commander.
On Wednesday the Union, 1,500 tons. Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Com
mander. . j
These steamers are unrivalled oa the coast for, safclr,
speed and comfort Experienced aud courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will iuie
Travelers by this line every possible comfort and accom
modation. For freight or piMWge, having elegant Staio Room Accommodation.-,
apply at the ollice of the Atrcnt,
eeptis HENRY MISSR00N,
CorncrEatt Bay and Adger's Sou. Wliarvcs.
Cabin passage f 'J5. " Steerage
FRESH RECEIPTS BY NICHOL & PEACOCK.
vrjjw FLOL'lt. 100 bags St Louis Mills, expressly
f f u5 h .MCUOLAPE,COCK. '
) Star Candles. au;7
;00 box?s, half and quarter boacs
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
(JGAltS. io bbls St Louis Crushed Sugar;
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
JAVA AND LAG UVEA COFFEE. 20 bags
fj old Government Java CoUee ; iW tJajrs tjipuyra cotlee;
1W) bags Rio ColTee.
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
JEST received a splendid assortment of Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet Borders, aud Plain Satin Panels for
Parlors, Halls, Ac, together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Parier, new paltcnis, wido Green Teisters, Ac.
3"0n hand, a large assortment of unglazed papers,
froin 10 to 25c per bolt.
1 KLAGGSA G0RBEY".
No. 20, College street; next door to the Sewauca House
JJ. B. Paer-hxiigiiig done in the best manner. oct2
TERKINS & CLACK Are now prepared to re-
I crive. store and siup cotton. kiDenii auvances maue
t.i consit-nntelits. net:
P ICTOItlAL HISTORY OF ALL OVATIONS,
FKO.M Till. EARL1ES T PERIODS TO THE PRES
ENT TIME. By S. G. Goodrich.
Cost tll,W)0 120"J Pages .Maps 700 Engravings A
library ol itself, and sold by SuUcjiptiononly.
dec 8 dim J- F. LEWIS, Agent.
Derby A Miller, sob Publishers, Aurburn, N. Y.
The great object of llns work is 10 present a' Universal
History, suitable, iu form, extent, and arrangcmai.t, to the
wants ofthe mass of American waders. The editsr gives
the get graplir of ejeh country wlic.se history is presented,
and p'avs careful attcutiou to chronology, so thit at every
page audiuevervchapto-, the reader may know the place
where and when," an event bapiicncd. This plan, together
with that of presenting each nati-in scparalely, cannot fail to
render evcrytfiing attractive. JHiAtoai und XtjUvtor.
This work ought to have a place in every family library.
It is a complete historic cyclopia in one volume, available
for daily and familiar use, as a book of reference. Goptl
Manner, AugutUi, Me.
Compends, of high merit as to accuracy and philosophic
analvsis, are abundant; but Mr. Goodrich has been the
firit" to give a clear, corapreheniva Tiew of all nations
and people, since the creation each presented separately,
ret blended into a continuous narrative. Bod-n Vauxf Jset.
rtOCNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.'
s . We are now olienng for sale, that beautilul Coun-
.y,," - ,.' f i- ih 1-. ,t.i..t nn tl, f.ir.
c - xe aboni 8 mile's from Nashville. It con-
tm3 Hboul 6Q (MC, hu ,n a slae of c,1jtivaion
the residue heavily timbered; thie never failing spnugJ,
from one of which the water u carried to tho duelling; an
extensive orcnard containing agreat variety of lhe very rjest
fruit in all this co ntry. Dwelling commodious with lie
cessary out buildings. This is one of the handsomest places
in the neighborhood of Nashville, and will tie sold at a bar
gain. We will show the premies at any timo to any one
desirous of examining the same-
L1NBSLEY A- CROCKETT,
jecS lm No. 38 College st.
K, p. S. WOODWARD. Office No. a Cherry
street three doors north of Church street, has on bund
Vacine Mallei ofthe very best quality, which he will sup
ply to the profession generally. octfi lr
VjT everr day.
R. A J. NIXON.
No. 7, North.. College Street, ;
WOULD rLspeclfnlly inform Druggists, MercfiMits,
l1,.-;r-;niT nnrl Miumfxrtuiew. that IheV rbave
again commenced Ibe Drug business in lhe r-ew Jiuildiug
I . mcji
Sevestothe Wuut.baAi.l-. iliAUri. loeir mk is near-
r a fresh one, and ther are determined to make
, both the prices and qualities witisluelory. They oner for
bale icr.r uircani orun iunc.iu uuubiuai uwu
... .11 -ivi.cn. 1:1. .
M0 gallons best Winler Sperm
fii'O " " Tanners' Oil:
1065 pounds Indigo, of prime quality;
Extract of Logwood in small boxes;
Cochineal; ' , . .
Muriate ofTln; . ,.,
10M) . dq
do ' 'Guin Canichor;
hvi ti ,
do Sup. Curb. Soda;
Olin Mr.,nc V.W,nV....
1Q do M'Lane's Liver Pi
. 20 do Fahnestock's Vermifuge;
100 doz. Mustang Liniment;
100 Gro. wood box Matches;
gSO doz. Mason's Blacking;
280 m. U. D. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead dry;
800 do Wbile do do; , .
S00 ' do Eetharge;
1600 do Eng. cnetian Red:
1 1 r, .1 1 . 1. r t . 1 II'... .. . 11 1
io ooxes JJonn sM-otcii snuu, in pactages; .
24 do' Garrett's do do: ' . . , .
0doz. do in bottles; , , t
4S do MaccaboySnufl! in cols; .','
1000 Jbs. . " in jars and bbls;.','
BOO boxes Window Glass-assortod; ' 'L -'
4000 lbs. Putty; ' '
ISO pouuds.i.'earl Sage;
,110 do Tapioca; ., .
650 do Gum Arabic;
6 duz. Cod L'vcrOil Rushton, Clarke fc Co's;
CO. do Seidlet's Powders, In tin boxes; ' '
36 do Soda; "
.00 pounds Calomel, English and American'-',.',.
10, do Hydriodate of Potash; ,
215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
65 do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr, Iodidaof Iron! '
Scbscnelin.s Extra Powders und Extracts; "
Physician's Pocket Casesof Instruments, ofvariousslylas;
Physician? PocUet Cases of Vials a Urge taritr;
Amputating, Dissecting, Lythotomy, Trcpanninj and
Midwife lnstrurrent, in casts;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes.
SaT" Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac, taken,
at tho highest market ratei. ' ' joctlS tf
INC WHITE PAINT. 00 kegs received and lor
sale low. This article is said, to' be much suerior to
While Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in exposed
situations, and all the purposes to which the latter is applied
and costs but little more. It is coming largely into use in
the eastern cities. oct20 EW1N BR'OTHERS.
a OLD LEAF AND FOIL 10 ounces Abbey's
best Gold Leaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Roceircd
and for sale low by oct20 EWIN BROTHERS.
EDICINES, THAT HAVE JJEEN FULLY
te'sled.'during the past year, by many of the niost.re
upctJable citizens ot Nashville- The advertiser is permitted
to refer Io Mr. Samuel Watkins, whose servant was cuted
of a most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mri J.
Colilns cf the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have
been cured; twenty cases of Bone Felun. Mr R. 11. Jones's
son yyas cured of Sore Eyes, afte- having been under the
treatment of two of lhe mist distinguished Thysicisns lor
eight months; almost totally blind. y
At least Tine hundred re-pettablepersons in Nashville,
aud its viciniiy,an Jt icen wlio -will vouch for the great
benefits of h.s cotsrsebf treatment, without the use of the
kn: fe or mcrcurr.
Canor, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis-'
cafes. Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im
purities of the blood
Twenty years of constant Practice, Sfleen in New Orleans,
prior to comini to Nashville. Those intertsted, are res
pcc'fully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any
Office No 47 Unioii st, Ecar.CLerry.
novlO ly. b EDWARD THOMAS.
ERB'S PATEN! STRAW CUTTER AND INDEPEN
DENT CORN CHOPPER.
THIS very important invention has been in use about
three years. The inventor has made improvements
which have rendered it perfect as aSTRAYV' AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to
every one who has used it, und is the most superior machine
in use, for the purpose for which it is designed. It is aim
pie In all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by abov 12 years of age.
It wilt cm 'straw or corn in the, shuck lrora 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 aud corn cutler now in
use. Persons needing such an article may rest assured
that in it they will ntfd a valuable acquisition to their farm
Theaubscriber,bas greatly extended his means for man
ufacturing these machines, nnd he now solicits' for them
the attention of the public, aud the farmers 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 the inventor aud patentee, and sole proprietor, he
will dispose of rights for counties or Stales on reasonable
terms, to any Mechanicwho may wish to manufacture them,
and will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
scp7 Cm JOHN E. ERR.
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FARM FOE SALE .
rpllE subscriber would call the attention of those who
JL wtsn to embark in the Iron business, also those who
w ish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to' the following
property which he oilers for ale
lst Jackson Furnace and lands, say about 2500 acres.
This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county, i
t . . i . . i. ; . . i. . i . . . .i e... i i
47 feethigh. Thefurnace, exceptthe stack, is now .being
rebuilt aSdwillbeteady to put in blast br the 1st of N'd
vember. The routeof the North Western Itailioad. as hur-
veed, passes immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un.
sunmssed, and tho tim ber aiid grounu admirably adapted
for coaling. ' 1
Also, Belleview Furnace, and about 8G00 acres of land,
includingtheDKksraorvbaiik. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek, about thiee miles South cf Charlotte.- There is. a
erood water power, and also good fanning lauds attached to
Also, the Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 87,
00 acres of land. Tho hill is 23 feet, and the bead of water
immeuse. There are some very tine fanning lands ia this
tract, aud it is altogether a most desirable location.
Also, the Mil! Cicek properly and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mil Creek ite, oi
which there are livo 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
lhe State, and the ore can be procured with less labor than
at any bank in the country. It' ii within half a- mile of
Duck River, and the lands around are covered with the
best coaling timber. . j
Also, the Lower Tunnel, at the Narrows of Harpcjlh, in I
Davidson county. Tennessee, with ten acres of land for I
buildings and machinery! It is unueces: ary to speak cf the
water power at the Narrows of llarpeth. ft is known to
every one, and twenty-uve years of experience enables tha
subscribertospeak with certainty of its great benefits and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, my Williamson Fann, on which 1 now reside, and
which lor beauty and fertility is second to none The house
is large and airv, 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
Fmm Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "niMiInw
farm." watered bv Little llarpeth. and the best evidence of!
its quality is tlie hay produced on it this year, which all t
who have seen it, pronounce it the best they have ever seen.
Jtis altogettierona ot tne most desirable larms lor beauty
and profit that is in the South-west It contains about 5C0
'I ue above property is offered fir sale, not for the purpose
of profit or speculation, but simply from the fac that the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of
the care, necessarily incident to so much real property lo
cated nt different mints, and renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it requires.
Any one wishing to purchase auy of the above property
will please cull on the subsenber at his residence, or ad
dress him at Good Spring P. O., Williamson county. Ten
neesee. augSl lm M. BF.LL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until tlie 1st
ofJanuary, 1851, and end bill to this ollice.
TVJEGROKS FOE SALE. The subsenber has sev
J. end lamilies Of Negroes that he will sell at private
sale to persons residents in this Slate, and who intend to
keep them therein. Residence on the Nashville and Frank,
liu Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. JL BELL.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA .LANCAS
Ex Parte, j Petition forsale of House and
Minor Clinton, Exec't of V Lot, Land and Negroes estate
Abram Perrv, dee'd. ) of A. Perry, deceased.
XT is ordered that thi children of tha brothers and sisters
of Abram Perry, deceased, late of Lancaster District, S.
C, that were liviugat the death of Margaret Perry, widow
ofthe late Abram Perry, (nbich was June 80th, lS51,)do
establish their rights beloru the Commissioner .in Equity,
for Lancaster District S. C, on or before the 1st day of
March, ls54, and that the Commissii.nei do report .thereon
at the next Court of Equity for said District, (which will be
June 261b, JSoi
The above older was made in above case, by the Court,
at June Teim, 1353, 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 af.iresaid, will cause the estate of the Testator,
(Abraham Perry,) to be distnbuted between those who do
establish such relationship and operate as above to those
who do not. J AMES IX. WITUERSPO0N,
Commissioner in tquity, Lancaster District, S. C.
d eel. -3 m.
tSf The following papers will copy three months and
forward their bills with a cumber of the paper; they are al
so requested to notice the same editorially: The Common
wealth, Frankfort, Ky The Register, Raleigh, N. C; The
Advertiser, Montgomery, Alaj Ibe Recorder, Millcdeeville,
Go., Therlagntthe Union, Jackson, .Miss.; The Union,
and American, Nashville, Tenn.; The Union, Washington
Ci(y. LtncatUr Ltdgtr. J, 11. W.
CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GRIFFIN HOUSE,
' " CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE.
rpHIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps tt
I of the passenger cat; landingof the Westcrnjuid
Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of"""
Thomas Crutchtield, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Bryson and
Lady. This House while under the control or Colonel J. J.
Gritiin acquired a very high reputatieu as a first class hotel.
The present proprietor having secured thervices or Col.
Griffin's barkeeper, and having purchased bis most excellent
cook and bouse boy, and having furnished tlie house entirely
.anew .hopes to retain its high reputation and meritpublic
patronage. Passengers can bo accommodated with an omni.
bus to aud from the boati. TU03. CRUTCUF1ELD,
lebSl ly Proprietor, i
s, . siwrti;.
D, U WALLACE, K. nOWAKII.
SAWYER, WALLACE & 0.
NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.'
' E. HOWARD,
,eptlC A'rio Orleans.
S. H. H'CAKY,
Commission nnd Forwarding Merchant,
' CIUTi'AXOGA, TESX.
Edwards A ILmieis,
La-NIei: A Buitucks,
AV. S. WtniHAS.
, ,engl45citiv w
JiO. U. SUIGBT. JAKES C.BMCUT-'
J. 31. & J. R. BRIGHT,
WILL practice in the weral Courts of Lincoln nnd the
adjoining Counties, and iu the Supreme Court at
Nashville. T w Eeptilt-Cmlw.
;W!LUAM. BOSS. , JAMES X. DaTIDSOK
ROSS & DAVIDSON, .
... - ATTOg AIT JLAWj
. Will practice Law in Lincoln aud the adjoining counties.
SOiKT BACT, JS. s. N. UULU.NOS WORTH.
' HART & HOLL1NGSWORTH:
Wholesale Grocers, Commission, Receiving and For
: No. 49 North side Public. Square,. ,
oct4 Nashville, Tesn.-
RENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO., ' -COHMISSIONKERC
HANTS, AND GENEHALAGENTS,
Having -peimanently locaied in this City, solicit consign-'
ments of Cotlon, Tobacco, Ac '
Receiving and Forwarding wiih ihe filling of Orders
dromjitly attended to. octl4 fiin.
K. A. IIOKXE, S. S. WILUAHS, JNO. A. HSUEE.
- JOHNSON, HO'RNE & CO.,'' '
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL GROCERS,
Commitsioaand Forvarding Merchants, and Storers of
Cotton and Tobacco..
"tier of Varkefand Jirtud its., -XashvtUe. Thin.
' july S, 1853.
L.A. LANtEK. U.LAMUZ.
1.ANTER & HKOTHER,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
sept4 Market street, Nashvilt
PICKETT, HACMDEDO & coi
RANKERS aud COMMISSION .MERCHANTS,
XK W Odi LEANS.
WJI. S. PICKETT Hatr ofthe Ann of PICKETT, PER.'
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav
ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a
Dunking niitl General Commission Ruiincss,
in this City, under firm of Pickett, Macxccdo A Co.
Particular attention paid to the sale o I Cotton, and to the
shipment of Supplies aud Mercliandise generally.
w. c. wiuaTHuRsa
T1I07IS .V W.IIITTIIOSI.-VE,
Attorney, u j.aw,
JO Will practice their profession In the counties of
Maury, Jisrsiiall, Lilies, Lawrence, Lewis,' and Hickman.
dee n. tf.
i. JOHN SULLIVAN 61 SONS, - ,'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, end
Western Produce Generally,
References. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq.
Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. june3 6m.
W. H. OORDOX, C B. X3TA.N'.
W. H. GORDON & CO.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION .MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise,' generally,
jan 1 SASirviLLE, texx.
' ' A. F. DA VIE, '
ATTOKNEV AT LAW.
Jacesos, TmN. -Practices
In Madison and the adjoining counilri, nd will
rive prompt atteatlon to collecting and any other business
fu hlsproreesion. feb 11
G. KACGBEGOE, NV E. ALLOW AT, J. BAXCHEAD.
MACGBECOR, ALLOWAY & CO.,
55 St. CnaBLKS Stueet, (third Store above St Charles Hotel,)
ZST N. E. ALLOYVAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to mate liberal cash advances on ship
meuts to us. aeplC
L. H .SIMP SOW & SONS,
YVines, Ilrnndics, Cigars, Champaignes, A'c.,
NO. 10, MEA VEK STREET, NEW YORK.
And Rns Lt Baxtiqk, Bokdeacx.
YVERUS & KAWLINGS,
GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER
CHANTS. Main street, ene door Nal'.of Union, Mempliis, Tennettee.
I TTAY'E on hand a lull supply of Groceries. Bagging,
f JLi Rope, Bacon, Mess. Pork, Lard, Caudles, Flour, Ac,
wnich they will furnish to their customers on the usual
All Cottons ShiDned to them br wafer will lie covered br f
an open PUicy unless written across the face of the Bill of
lading, nt the time of shirmin?. jw. Inntmnee.
Eif We are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
n i.tiii, i(A.vjuii(. in cu.,
I COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION HESXHANTSJ
ito. ii i tju-ronatuz street, eiG urtejat.
Pd to,ocrl)"llsf Orleans atMemphia.
1 orj"s f f 7 0tl . .. Jn,J?-,6D'-,
wT5Ie i hJ? -1Ielni';i;!i LmuD iS.as,h.Ile;
Yr 'l'S' Jrson' S1X m0uta5' anJ nd m L,U--
r '" K. FJ BELL. ""' "
: Whole-talo and' Retail . Greeer, Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Lid nors. Receivina-. Forsrardinp- and
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
' UEKRMAN s. saroni, .1
Profossjr of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Tihh c One Dollar a Lexon; payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with proaipi Httention.
feb 3 ly. ,
U.CCAHCTR. WJ!. TEKItr. j.'c.dkw
CAR UTH, TERRY & DEW.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND' CUTLERY.
154, Market Sl.an-1 So, Merckapt St.i uidiideij
It. 11. FRASER, '
mi. w i.no.iuuj.1 br ictET,
Gov. A. V.Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; Col.T. II. McNeill '
Coahoma county. Miss.! Myrtle Moore A Co.. Helena. Ark:. ,
S T ItirlW Ti-t5nn Miis.- Afartin Rhea A Co l' ,kdH I
H. J. Jlidlev, .li cpon, iliss., anin, Knea d: Co , J ulasfci, r
Tenn.; Jas. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala.
NEW GROCERY STOKE.
dasiel w. bi'ssell, n. it. eost,
Franklin Tenn. Bethesda, Tenn.
RUSSELL tc BOND, "
Grocers and. Commission Merchants,
X). XARreidimy, XathtiUe, Tmn.
tST" The highest market price paid for Feathers, Bees
wax, Lard, liacon, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac, Ac.
THE EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
Paris Imported Bonnets, 3Ii!Hnery, &c.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1833.
500 FANCY BONNETS. ;
WE would respect.ully inform the Ladies of town
and country that wo will, on Tuesday morning, the
4tb, exhibit for their especial benefit the largest andmost
beautiful stock of Fancy Bounets, and new styles, of Emb'd
Belgnade and other stvles of Straw donnets erer opened at I
Nashville or in the West. Likewise, rich Plumes, Head f
Our lone ensracement in the business, now nine vcara in
Nashville, and doing a very extsnsive businesj", must gire
us acirantago over any otner nouse in me city, and wo llat-
lJreses, flowers, ltibbous, iJress Uoods, Penumene, Era- 1
broideries and rancy GoodsAc-,comi)risinKj2i,OOoworth. , lhrougiitoi
Havinrr imDOrted a it-eat part direct from Paris, our nrir-M . The nieht
shall be lower thau any of the boxed up milienery adver- i nti in 46
vert'ized as fashionable end Drofessitiff to be lhe latest strle. Pittsburtr.
ter ourselves that our friends are wcil satisfieii t So, now . Notice. In case ofloss, the Company will hold themsel
Ladies. wa wish rour visits to make vour velections. Wn i tcs responsible for personal barrzatre oulr. and for an cmfxinf
1 T t 1 , .l . 1 - . II r- I
can mKe you loofc. mure cucuanuiur man ever cms rail, lor i
i . . i. ,.n. i -iil . i : i i ! i -
the street balls and weddings, haviDg ljidies ot superior i
good tasla from England, Frauce, and New York, to assist ,
us in our establishment We have added to bur stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than auction prices, :i fine I
stock of Jlantillas, Woolen Coats, Caps Ac, rich Muslin de
Lanes and Oashmieres at 1:5, SO and 35 cents per vanl. su
perior Jlerinos at Soc worth 1.25; rich Needlework goods,
Chemizetts, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, Undersfeeves,
Handk'sy beautifully embroidered, at 1.23 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 Imrgain.--. .
At tho Parisian World of Fashion, No. 4C, Union Street
next to the State Bank.
oct 4 3m Agent
BONNETS, RIBBONS, A-c.
Xo. 14 Ghtrry Street, near Union.
MRS. E. LOCKHART respectfully informs tlie Ladies of
Nashville and countiy, that she has'nfiw received her
select Fall assortment ot the newest and. most rashionablo
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Flumes, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to the Ladies for past favors, I flatter my.el
that I have something very beautiful to show them this
season. Please call and see before you purchase elsewhere.
MRS. E. LOCKHART,
oct3T t 14 Cherry st
rpHE Nashrillo, and Cliattanoogo Railroacli
JL Company, and the Tennessee River M. M.
and Transportation Companr. haTe adopted thi
following rates of Transportation on Freight between Nash
ville, Tenn, and the various landings on tho Tennessee
o 53 .
FROM NASHVILLE TO I g ts !
j3 3 ?n --3 35
! Hala,Bnnnets, Dry Goods
t generally. Cigars in boxes
) urcaseslln Ware,Clocks,
i wooden ware, Light and
I Hollow Ware, Castings,
ons. Horse Collars, Stores
and Move Ware, Teas,
Drags In tecs and boxes,
saddlery, Uandias, con-j
fectlonsnes, Ac, per 100
Seco.vii Clam Sugar,
Coffee. Molasses, Nails,
Tin Plate, Bar and Pig
Lead, Fish in barrels,
tegs, ri.it, esc.. v nioow
Glass, Cattin Y'a'rn, Do-'
mestlcs, Hemp and Rags
m.Klce. Hides. Bale Kone
erln rolls and bxs. Hard
ware, Glass and Queens
ware In crates and boxes,1
Lead acid Paints in kexs.i
Clover Seed, Cbeese,j
Candles, soap, liuiier,
Wines and other liquors,
- IV. RiMn
Lard aad Pork in tierces
or banels, Bar I on,
heavy Castings, JiruM
Stones and undressed
Marble per UK) lbs
U blsky. perbbl or40gal.
fan, per oni
Flunr, perbbl, and Salt
Porter Ale, and Domes
tic liquors, per bbl of 401
Lard. Linseed, or other
Oils of Tonneisec.Mauu-
facta re, perbbl of 40 rail.
Powder, secure y pack-
ed In casks or hogsheads.
pef 100 pounds
Carbojs, .Mineral Adds,
(at Company's conven
Piano Fortes boxed....
Cotlon Gins boxed, and
Portable Barrow's or
Qu ecn of the boa .h Wilis,
Plows (assorted,) and
B 50 8 50 8 50
Cultivators, each. ... .
50 50j 63!
REGULATIONS. CONDITIONS. AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing less than 100 Ibsv, 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 handliogand 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 60 days from date of shipment, or they
will sot be allowed.
The above Companiea will not' be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, orforlhe Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
they be securely Packed in YVcoden Cases with their tops
The foirowingArticles 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 Stone., Bugs of Shot loose, Demijonsv Fur
niture, unboxed, Moveables and. Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of everv description. Boxes, Ci
gars not Cased, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical
Instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and Stove Castings, Light and. Hollow
On.i might destined for Chattanooga or Decainr, and all
intermediate points, no cxt ra charge n ill 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 intermedifde points to
Chattanooga, Tweiity.fi ve (25)ents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but in no case is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention ot Goods during or on account of
Goods consigned to C W. Anderyon, Agent, N. A C. R.
R. C, Nashville, will lie received on the wharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayage or
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 rales.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiriDg informa
tion wntti regard to or connected witn tms arrangement, win
j address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. R. C, Nnsh
ville, or Jas.Yilh'ams, Pres , Tenn. River M. M. A T. C,
I H. I. ANDERSON, Supt N. A C. R. R. C.
! JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. River M. M. A T. C.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
j D Y an arrnigcinent between the South Carolina,
I Xj Georgia, Western and Atlantic and Nashville
and Chattanooga Tailroads, goods wiU be brought
through to Nashville at tho following rates
Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
I guoas, percuoiciooi... ................ ........ 32
1 second class.
I Boxes Shoes, J)ry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con-
fectionarics, Caniphens, Spirits'Turpentifif, in casks,
' Ac, per 100 lbs. ....j; $210
All articles not comiDg under specificrates; as enumer
' ated in tlietarilTof the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
i at the freight Agent's Oflice) perlOO lbs $125 I
! Goods io be defivered 'at Nashville at above rates must !
be platnly and distinctly marked to. the care of Agent of
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooga,
and Agent of South Carolina Railroad Co, at Charleston.
Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship br steam- j
era ator about 12a, by propellers at So, and sailing ves-,
sols- at from 8c to 7c per foot
When the Nashville and Chattanooga road Is completed
from ChatLsnooga to the Rirer, s farther reduction will be
made, of which due notice will be given 1
1L I. ANDERSON, Sunt N. iCR.lt. Co.
N. B". The lame difference will be made when roods a
! to be delivered at Decberd, ShelbyTille and Murfreesboro,'
4trr other stations oa our road, as is now-made between
r i. . ; r x-.-T : t t . , .i . , f . . .
ireigau iruni .xasut uie io i.uatianooga, ana ireigntsirom
thc above points to Chattanooga, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co.
j tv i
junelC tf H. I. A.
, NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
. milltOUGH br Pentisvlrama anil Ohio Hj.!IiyM pmi.
'T?'c.?0'lu,nbus' 9,nn&,. ln2'andP0JL5fiffe"t '
itrre uauie, uicaj, anu juuuiujue. inrouga Dyjlailroad
f Philade Chia to Cincinrnti in 87 lionrs J
Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the
Great West Passengers will find this the most pleasant
route to N. Orleans. Only $ 1 1 to Cincinnati ; $ 12 to Louis.
btate, Capt Charles btone, leaves Pittsburg Monday ; Alle I
gheney, Capt Charles Batchclor, Ieaies Pittsburg Tues-
day: Crystal Palace. Capt II Kountz. Itiares Pittsburt' Wed.
desday ; Brilliant Capt J R Grace, ieavea Pittsburg Thurs
day: Pitisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri
day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitis
burg Saturday. Boarding and lodgingon board tlie Packets
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, 2; Louisville, $3; St
Faie through by itaiiroadlrom Philadelphia to Pittsburg,
1; Chicago, (via Michtcaa Southern R. IO
1 1 -io. io cycncago, auKegao, ivenosna, iil, Karine, .Mil- i
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit aad Michigan 1
Central Railroad, $18. I
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N. E. I
CornearofSchuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets I
can bo purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents ofthe State
and Columbia Railroad Lines. I
The mornimr Express Train through to Pittsbnrrr. Clem. :
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leare at 1 o'clock, A JL !
Cincinnati in oj noirra. i
Mail Train at 10'. P. M. Thromrh to flinrin. I
hours, including one night's comfortable rest at )
Tho above lines pass throuirh and strn at Lnneaslr TT.r. ;
nsourg, iwisuiwu, jiunimgaon, jtollidaysburg, John
stown, Greenburg, and intermediate places.
.. .. .i: 3U..1 Til 1,' ' .',. r, , . .
cAccvuiiiir jc- aciuo. jiuoae. ilfreni.
(n,,.iir t i ri.-, .
June 4 if. Pennsvlvanm Railroad Co.
M. Tin Jnt.i . ; . i TS I? mi , rrL,?,urVa L0"?n
at lV P M P ' wlIUearetie8b0TcMtfn i
iainiaey's jHeapci and
I REFER the Fanners to the statements below, made It
Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. I hare seen it iu
operation several times, I am satisfied of its great utility. As
ha season is advancing, I now offer those I have on hand fix
1200. L. P. CHEATHAM.
june29, 1S53. Nashville, Tenn.
NAjOTnLLr.Ju.ne2A 1858. i
Col. L. P. CrtEArnAV: Dear Sir: 7 bare been uaing I
he "Reapinir and.MowinirMachine''DatenlenfcdbT Manner !
ot Illinois, whichyouarecowofferingtothecitizeriiofTeii- ,
nessec Itis a fiest bate labor savlnoMacuink. Itwoikg '
xsatlt and rapiplt. The amount cut per dar will deuend
principally upon the speed of tha team. If tho team can
rarel four miles per hour, it will Reap or JIow, fifteen actxi
n ten hours. It is entitled to tlie confidence of the publir.
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make (be following statement : We hare had for more than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping
machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and L now sUte- that it mows and cuts cleaner than the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
bonds, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day.
jtrae2-tAw. L. F.BRADLEY.
OTAR CANDLES FIFTY
kj CANDLES, for sale by
EDWARDS it HARRIS,
Pi c oJi"a ; a a a tcali
feS'SSJC'Sl'Sr,? - S
HSS Z " 5 "5. . o
HARDWABE AMD CUTLERY.
FALL & CL'NNINGHAM ,
No. 47, College St.
ARE now receiving their Fall supply- of Hnrdwnre
nnd Cutlery direct from the manufuctureiv in Eu
rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten
tion 'of Merchants visiting Nxshville for theirTall stocks.
Their stock in store and daily coming to band comprise a
full assortment of Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Cut
lery, Guns, and all art teles 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. anglS
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
rnnu sabscrlber takes this method of returning his tens t
X sincere thanks to Ms friends and tho nnbHcrenerallv. fur
IV. V.. .1 A . I" J "
tut. .iivub udu. mrsu iL-ciiiru, enu woum urio
thflm. Ihil tin nn. till nnlnp.l tli. I.n.n... - .
assortment of WOKK cvore'erod In this market; from tho
lirht TROTTING SULKY to ihB fli.ejt c. untnr.A ran.
BIAGK, all of ray own Manufacture.
persons trom a distance can rest assnred or alway Ending
something that will suit their taste, "Ifin thashapeofa
Carriage." I hsve the bcst Worltutcn to dtj mv
Wortc. Callaad see my assortment.
N. B. I am prepared to build Wort to order tahort no
tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will
ell or repair at as tow a price as any good bnllder.
Fit ED. SLOAN,
IT. II. Lower Market Stroet.
qtu rilUl'UIII.IC. THK aubscrlber
A begs leave to ttate that be stilt camron
the COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSIXKSS.
at his old stand on North Market st, t o dnon '
below H. & K. Douglass, & Co. Keeps constantly on hand
a large and. well assorted sUck from a fight Boggy to a Car
riola. Thsnkful far na.t famn. t-.n mn.l m.r.rn1t u.li.1. .
continuation, hoping by cheapness, durability andgood work
manship to merit your patronage.
JanS ly. GEO. L. SLOAN.
FASHION ARLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB-
jo. it, txonr street, jit4 Otmrt Jrrnn the FvNte Sruare,
WHERE mar be found a choiceand well selected '
rtBdc oT Cloths, Cineres and Vesting,, all
ofwh.d. will be made up to order in the most Fash- (.
louauie oiyie ana ai as snon nonce cs can be done iu any
city intbe Union, and at prices tosuitthe times. -
Ready Made Clothiu
;VV ' . ?nt-,,,ln,1 ; f 01
all kinds. A fine assortment
Goods: Silk and Menuo under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
auu linen, coin qyiiars, umoreuas, ac,
EyGarments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine. mr 5) THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent
AGEICTJXTURAL MANUFACTDEING COMPAHtT"
THIS establishment isnow nretiaml :
' co manmacture alll Kinds ot Majjgons,
Carts and Plir-vu nf pwnr HsrriTitinti
. r . . i. I
The prices for such thing will not be moru iiuai is mtd
for them brought from other place-.. We are readr to re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and otheruten
ails for making roads.
The Mannfactunng of Waggons is nnderthe Superinten
dence of Wilson Mullen, whose 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 for first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
junel3 Lower Market Street.
DAGUEARRAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTAELISH
I TOBY?iSAYE.VROUT,Nahvine,Tennes.ve, College
l JL Street
I Dobtics A Hall. Louisville. RV.
j Dobtxs A RicaunDsos, Morssewet, New York.
I Donrxs ASpACLDtscSt Lonis. Mo.
I Donrxs A Ysaeoct, Memphis, Tenn.
, Dobtns A Hakrixbton', New Orleans.
Atany of the above establishments, von can nmrim. m
fine Pictures as can be had in any city; of any desired stvle
or finish, as we have every improvement,- and expect to
keep np with anr and all improvements. We are prepared
in either city to furnish artists with every article nsed in the
art Our arrangements ore such, we can fitm'rsli stock on
the most reasonable terms. DOBYNS A CO.
N". B. Pictures taken in any kind cf "weather, and of de
ceased persons at all times.
augl7 tf D.ACO.
) TN Store and for sale Cheap for Cash :
ii- X 150 bbls Cin. Whisky: 100 kegs Nail-c,
200 bbls Flour, varioas b'nds;
r-0 bags Coffee;
S00 bags fine Salt;
50 bbls Jlolasses;
2j bbls Loaf Cnnhorlanr!
25 bxs Tobacco; various 10.000 Rerralia Citnirs:
brands; C cases Jcnkin's Teas;
10 doz Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls Mason's Blacking;
200 rms Wapping Paper; 115 reels Packing Yarn.
50 bbls'Pilot Bread: 5 bMs Roston Crackers;
10 bbls B. A W. Crackers; 4 bbls Suar A Piene do;
Together with Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Indigo, Jlad-
der. Spun Cotton. Shot. Lead.
Cotton. Hemp, Bed Conls,and PIcugh Lines.
i-owuer. Jiusiara. caiup.
MORE NEW VTANcirjt
ATE have received by recent arrivals nine
f t ii.u. n ui loose unnrauea I l.v.ios, madeti
brJ.R. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co- oil
various styles and sizes, which will be sold ipnW i..r
oasb or good notes drawing interest, aid warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect ,
apr2 W. A T.n. GREENFIELD A CO. '
H. G. SC0VEL,
Druggist and Apothecary, ,
North tidt f Ui4 Public Sqvure, 8 dW M'ett of tit
XatieuU Inn. 1
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia ;
PADtTs, Barsuts, riMrvrar, 1
PowDEE, Oils, DrcSTcrrs,
Faxct AsTtcus, Shot, VAaxisara, 1
Glass; Glasswari, Lxad,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, !
UTERO ABDOMIXAL SUPPORTERS and TR USSZS
WASHITA OIL STONES,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Ac.
XathtiOt, March. 11, 1853. .
MARSHAL'S SALE. "
TTY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS of f.eri facia to mo '
JD directed, from the Circuit Ccmrtoi the United States 1
i fortbeJIiddle District of Tennessee, founded on fimr.ln.lrr. '
I . . .. i ! r j a . . . r . . . i n. -.7 1
JJ"e Son, ra. Mark L. Cartwright, and Leroy :
Armstrong; Judgment 15th September, 185?; samef. 1
I same. Judgment J5th September, 185i; W. M'Cally A Son,
. r. m J.i.f rmiTit t.tll Knt.'mKi" IC'.fi nr.A CA1.K v
. .... , "f. . ... . , awvv. auu VVUU at.
Otr, t.same, Judgment lfitb September, 1853.
I will sell to tbe tiignest bidder Sir Cash at the Court
Housedoor. in tbe titv of Nashville, on MOXD.iV il.
sn il inp i. nun i
12th day orDecernber. lS53.all the right, tille, claim,' and
interest, ofthe said Defendant Leroy Armstrong, in and
to the following Lots, in the City of Nashville, to wit
LOT, No. St', as designated in the plan cf the College or i
Academy property, fronting JO feet on Cherry street, and
running back tbe usual depth of Lots iu that part of the
City, and is adjoining the residence ot Wm. Stockell.
AL,au P8"? "K.-irotiUDgw leet on Summer 1
extended, bounded tti loltows: beginning at the
orth-west corner of B. i . Jloscly a Lot on the eavt side of
b'i?imer street; thence ajongthe east side of said street
feet" thence at nght angles northwardly and paiW with
""miner suetc cu leci uj .lewnams ime; mence running
oaca, wiiu soiu imc nuuut ioi.ieei luau niiey; mence soutn-
wardly with said Alley CO feet to Mosely's corner; thence
Witt, tne line ot .-uosciys tot, about 170 feet, to the begin- ,
Toe undivided interest of JIark L. Cartwright, in t.
Q B- 2
5?; J i
It S S S g i E SjF3 k
Xfett f . ! T
auovs aescnoea lacs, was conveyed to Lerov Armstrong, by
two Deeds, bearing date the 21st June, 153, and are of re
cord in the Register's office for Davidson county. In Book,
No 17, pages 2S5 and 29C,
Both of said Lots have been levied upon as the property ol
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writs;
this 2Jthday of Octobor, 1653.
J. B. CLEMENTS,
Marshall, U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
By bis Deputy, B. N. CLEMENTS.
RICHARD 0. CTJBEEY,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,
No. .". ri tlrte, Xitsul.
HAY'ING purchased the entire ioleret in the firm of
. Currey Martin, will continue the DRUG BUSI-
' Ail 'u'sv,anucppea uut strict attention to business
and theTwBndjrsvwssMwofbisstcekwiIl evi&urahira
i liberal share of poJblicpatreBage.
He expects j a feTO. ja, s tt r,,
I r FALL SUPPLIES
nZP"0- ratS'l DRCGS and PfRE
5.mVS' '?"htr e t,ul variety of JmnU.
A i,MI'vlhT, No. 3.., Inifji street. Na-Jinlle. HavfV
rehfedmy Stcrt., and new rfu,rst1lny'it wuk XelS
of everrthinir ia Ibe mr of rnvui:. . , mS.
I .2,kC uJSJS ? contmnar.ee ofthe pat
tS8J.T ft fP'w-npcnnded will, neatness, and
dispatch at all hour-, and ..fthc dinicest me JicinesTec" "
Tilsl RECEIVED A LTRflEvirrtfLL
J supply of the SILVKEi: HERBS. cDSt,rg ff ie
"j'n'Poon,Balm, Ifue, Marsh. ila!!c,w, D.bS
Tanzy . Sptlenard Spearmint, Poxgtove, IIoarLotrod, Scm
'vorLuIylui, white, MocciUij Root NervaPowdtr
Pleurisy Root. Hemlock, ground, BonvSetAc. F..r sallow
tnanyquamity. r, KU'UARbo.CCRitF,'
tvtiL. ficual article of lhr valuobie rnedtaae ofPowers t
W hightman s manuiicture, mst nceived bv
. RICHARD a CURREY
TINCTURE OF VERATljrVIRliJE.A
RICHARD 0. CCRRSY
bt A1' "W1? " t superior to ihtvi t anv
other estabhshment A ft aswrtaent on hand, fresh sn'i
genuiB. Physicians should iMenooiberkindorraed.cines.
RICHARD O. tTRRty
DissEciiNG c AJSEs.-TlnriTlTizrcAsF5
or Dissecting lastnunenw received and t-r safc kAt br
RICHARD O. CCP.RLY "
oct-3 No. .J5 L'rMHi st, Nashviire.
T mf??1' r',: ANALYiIcTOaCIIe:
ji Alts l l.j. the underMgBesf cooRrnesto g.ve hfa sC-
anaijass ci Uinerai waters, or. s, soil, n- c
able substances, and productions of art. lie U surnLi
and opinions given on ail chemical qiwsricins.
. v . iuj uiuueniic KiKA Bnuurul.
. . RICHARD O. CURREY.
oct33" No. o. Union st, NaslwiUe.
COLD, DA3IF, T FMri to PRE.
vent this very asgreee ami tmbeai.hv conditio
of the feet, get the WATER PROOF COIUC sotfR fix s"e
bT n0Tt Lt. ( SCOVH.
i OHO t'iiUSll LIVELY
v HECHES, JlSf
ILG. MOV EL.
: i-VV received by
T1IL' FAVOHITR ilL.'Tftii".TV.i
JL Lan?horn A Armisteiul's. fur ul ..i ... 't..t '
! I ' """
, nio, ur env-fr 1 1 . ' . f ri
. V t
rpHE MOST UAIMtECEDNTEDLYFOPr
JL. urasa euicaciOU.- BUJt UKACK is tl.nt J
by Dr. Banning, for deli ate. wek and deb.litattd lemsW
t or males, who suffer from weakness of thu h.f O-
! necfbieili. poin iaXSS
, thelmrs tMhHbiin Tr? TfL bleeLcgof
! ;VJ J,? fll1 1 tte. kmTt' dispefw.a, cosnvece
and piles, tallingof thebotieU and toBdencv'to rupture.
FcSrsatebv jj q !C0VEL.
North side of tho PoWic S-ptare, tbreckcrs West cftie
NasliTille inn. 'nort
)1LES. FEItSONS SLri'ERIN; FROM
. thlnrerv ImbkuaBnt n na.nfiil mnu.!..-. II i
v..i. m ...I. i iii AAuue s A-ii uuuicwst. t or sale bv
.por 11 O.SCOVEL.
DR. TRASK'S .MAGNETIC 6lSf3lET',
ougat to bekept meverv tiaiilr, toapvin cases o I
J wonudf. brnisea. cuts, sores, pains in H e back, brra;: or
! ae, well as all rbeuurauu afVniotu. For sale br V ty
Agent novl jj. (j. scOVEL
1 l' STARCXI-UahHiail"frrsaTbT
i UJVJKJoct aG.SCOhL.
C TRETCH f- vn r mt 'Orin"-ii'eiTrn
and I u Jw si.cVj. NasbV t L tvL,t,f
I Window- Glass. Perfrr.KrVi.lA sriltiir: '
Pure Yi&m ami ltmn.i'ili .i e i- ,
- i. JPW .i;Bil., I
t ufacturcrs sujmHed mi he irost liberal termsT
eiiKlVIUUiORR. Whlete3BJ Retail IW.
sorter College arill Lmontrt iVc?v2
pOLOGNE V ATER. j fsT RECETvEI A
.V. bu-gw suppiT of superior Cohvse Wwer. in km. f-nr.-
bottles. uralcbr nova STRfcTCU URR.
V'"11! a Compomii Ox Marrow, a valuable preparaf.on
for the Hair. For xtle by covj STKETC11 A ORX
AMANDINK. A l PIM.Y OF i 11LS V ALI -abiepieLaratKiotortliectireandweter.ii.-inifHn.
STRETCn A ORB,
T70RTY-EIG1TT JUPl-r I. li'T viT."
JL OODlmetureof Veiat um Viride,forcot.t-c,'.r2
, the Action ofthe Heart and Aner.c-. in all eases wttre tbro
j is a pretern itural frequency, lor sale br
j noT!l STRETCHA ORR.
DR. WATERS'TOOTII SOAF.--DR. Vr A'j -TLKS
Dear Sir: This I t.i certify that 1 litre- use 1
j jourSoap DentifrkcaBd am perfictlv stt.e.J it s 'cLc J
I article ot the kiocl in b, and so loeg as yoa cont rva to
manufacture it of a pure article. )w ml find a reai'i-ia-a
f for it No pervm iu the travelnnic emmmmily L b(J ba
c- j . Xa- IU Chambers street. N V
Sir dezen Waters Cbewtcal Toli Soap, jnst rtc jveJ
and forsale by STRi.Ti H A OUIt
noT' Cer Coliepj and l jion St
I Clssss Boots, SkQSSn &c.
; R. S.HOLLLX.S& CO.,
t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER'S,
I No. 21 35, Csrner of College andUaien strceU,
. TTAVE reve!vl Rw the FALL AND WINTER TRArU
! JDL 1200 CASES HOOTS. Atft'JEV. JAJS, CAE .
; TElXES,&c. Being the L.VRGhsT STtH.Kcf G.-cj
' they liave ever offered in this market, and h Mdi tor A
frire and variety will equal any hicck in the City.
Merchant and ali cniirs makisg Mr pu retries ia
Nashville, will Ccul it to their 1NTEK1&T to give our S-ack
an examination before buying.
R. P. KOLLIN3 & CO.
f3f Feathers, Gtnsensj. Beeswax aad Woof.rccerird ia
I evcharge for Goods at the highest Eaarkt price.
. ugl" tf b ye o
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
RECEIVED AT THUS3TCW c BERNARD'S,
TTE are now rexrrtng. dfreet from tha Easltrn c. Jf..
Goods, consisting in part efSlLKS. Bsrceadd, Plaid, Ceii,,
1 figured and plaia Black, Persian Cloths, and ail wooIJl"
Iin JJeJanes; LhcmweUes aad Sleeves in set?, French Nec-
die t ore collars. Mouruing Ciilarsaod Sleeves. EmbrcJ
- ciuen camu. nasi, velvet tin
bbfms. IJimm unit n .1 .
1 Jaconet afd Swiss JBseHmm an.1 E.igrn4, Jacocet I anis
and HounciBg Ac. Ac llOMLR? and GLOVES. .C
, 7 " 1 -. .ut..ic.
ors, which we are crfTering very low. Those ia scorch cf
good Goods, and at low 'pricw, will do well to g'vo cs a
coll. No charge for showing goe.!-..
Pl4-tf niL'KSTON A BERNARD.
IARK AND LEAVES 1 wish to pureliasll w. h
cash, a large quantity of Ckesduw Oak Bark, and Shoe-
ma ko Lave, ror a anuag pnrpsse'. App ly to J.
iwu.-r m ii uiuu anu jaisraec. sireeL.
JU v2JdAw tr.
LIkj;COii. leu bbta 'i'etuiere 1)1) VVbiskr
J barrels Old JliflongaheU "
...r obis Old Bourbon WhwicvO bbls New EnsIaDd R
5.) " Old Kye -' 30 - A.M. Gin;
w.u(wi7tig jg .icveei iiner
'".Tfifo Jr- uiamiv;ni -- lliu 1'c.rt 11 re;
2 Holland Gin; " boxes Brandy CLerrics;
10 bbls old Maderia Wiuec 50 " Clarrt Wirw
20 Indian bbls Sweet WLe; U " aiHorted Cordials;
100bbIsA.JLIIran-iv; 15 gals. Old Iiencli lirandt
In store aad forsale low br LANIER A BKOTHLlt
QUNDRIES. iw-bbfa Ix-st r lour, Iih. tez of nLT
O 1000 bbls No. 1 t-alt; 'JO tons awottetl Iron; " '
80 doz Painted Buekels; 5 bbls Brimstone;
UOnestsofTiib.; 5 " Aluan
0 " hair bushel raeaareils)0 Plows;
5000 lbs bar Le d; 20 bbls No a Mackerel-
200 bags Shot aasorted; 50 kits No 1 ud 2 do
10) assorted Demfiohns- SO bbls S S Almonds;
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars;l "
50 duz Bedcords and Idue;50 boxes lu;
SObagsItacc Ginger; &-j TcAaccn, assorted.
2S bags 1 eppcr; 3 tierces Frtsli R lur.
50 boxes lined Hemsg; 5 bbls Knglib Soda;
1ilI.'-Mu.llJ I. Tl , . .. , . , . .. ... '
r.caTK Jiaaaer; .'u boxes Frwh Tea;
a f. WiUa "lr-,10 " Crome's Lest Indigo
0 1LW Flo-ir.ext:
Together with many other artirte. which nJlbe r-ld
low by ilectl I.ANIERA BttOTHKK. mark.t si
FURNITURE! FURNITURE: 1
T AM jrjt receivinga fine assortment of Fur-,
i . UU.UIdI' .
I jinn, wliich will be warrauted as reco jitoend-i 1 9
1 mture nl tne laUfcu uid m..a. . i '
e-J, end will be sow as ch&ap as the ebeiipect Harm
. . .. .. . 1 - ----
m- t keep an aortmento: CI-
sent Tree to the IJailroad or aoi wbeie in the ci.y. Ikc:cra
ber45. Union street. Cheap Furniture LVpM.
'P87 I II. MORTON.
' w I - r IIWVTJ VI ..II - JW.llCUP
THE SOUTH NASH VI LL E FURNITURE
MANUFACMORINO COMP.VNY, are low oCer -
JTsplendid assortment of Plain aad J-a-ihienable
Ff"niture at their Depot cnMariit street, Thiimas (-
E25snew building, (between Uu.oq liali and t.e tg-,
Square,; which they cfler at prices to suit purchasers, fFl
both at whole sale and retaiL Ther intend to irlre at!ir.
tion to purchasers work warranteit.
Call and examine toeir stock. OnTers lor Work at'e-
with despatch. It. U. GROOMS, Prv
SU.MJRIliS. lis' Hem Nana, f.saortd sizes;
50 boxes Langhom i Amistuad's Tobacco, Terr su
perior; 20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mnstr.nl;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable fiir family use;
25 gross of box Jlatches;
-Afew bIsortkatsameoMWlusky. AWo.afew hhd
of nne clarified Sugar, together with r. general assortment ci
Grocenes, at wholesata or retail, at Ne. 28, College street,
opposita Sewanee House. may 11 j R. F.BELL.
- ..j. .ut uecKry uppaimu sbu pBie"t a.emiraU, and
will promptly analyze all substances placed in hi posses
sion, it ben it is nraetmhLa i..irl. ;it i- : '. .
iniril riiTj,in3u.'ijyvtsi i w .....