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- STOCK OF DRY GOOD3
Xt. 18, Corner Square and MirLet Slrets!, Natlmt'e,
HAS received his new Fall Importation of RICH AND
ELKGANTFALL AN II WIN FUR GOODS, lo which
b takes pleamire in inviting the attention of friends and
. . - r . I . I . ii ,
lue puotic, ies.iu$ bssu.i-u mi ..v uui uuw us giw iur
cams ts can be found in the citr,
IN RICH FALL Afffi WINTER SILKS.
Of tbo latest Parisian styles, which ate truly elegant, in
cluding a bountiful variety of the richest aiiii handsomest
Plaid, itroctde, Dloek, Bayadsro, Striped, National, Repp,
and Watered Silks, b has' been in this city.
New mid Ueuutiitil Parisian Plaids,
Of entire new designs, itti the handsomest and
richest cojimnation of colors,
including the gar, gtavo, rich uud elegant.
New ami Choice French Jieiitio.
The must desirable colors id luai Svet, embracing the most
v.ionab!ehades which the tadim will find beautiful.
elcgant rich delaines and CASH
MERES, Of tho choicest patterns and most beautiful colors, and in
Ucteverv other ktod of Dry Goods suitable for
LADIES uud CHILDREN'S WAKUnOBES.
L'culun Crape ana Embroidered Shawl, of all kinds, in
cluding the H'.ch Bruche, or Cashmere Shawls.
AlOURNlNG GOODSOI'ALL KINDS,
Of Bombazines, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Black do'L-unes,
B-egoa, Orenadini. MourningSlecves, Collars, Cbemixttts,
Uau jtorchiefs, aud everymUi,: u!- suiuble ior a
LADY'S iJUOUIt.vi.Vt; W AllUKOIJE.
Abo a beautiful variety of
ltcniton, Ynlencienne, nod Ntcdle-work Collars; Rich
Cambria Cemtzetu and' Sleeves; in setts; Jaconet and
Swiss Edgings, Inserting, Cambric nd Swiss Flouncing,
apjliuue wort. 'Also a Due asivrtmeot of
LADIES' AND GENLEHEN'SGEOVES,
Haudkercli.t-I's, Cravats; Silk, Cottoil, and ilerino' Uitder
HOUSEHOLD AND FAJIILY GOODS,
Of Linen and Cotton i!u-elinga and .ShiitiDgs, Table Da
masks, Napkins, Toweling?, Crashes aid-'Diapers.
0.ui!ts, Flaanel,. Canton. Flannels,. Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac, Ac
t'llKSCll CLOTHS, DdE SKIN AND
TiverJ Cassimeres; Oser Coatings, of all kinds. Aud mil
open in a few day aboftut:('ul assortment of the
LATEST srVL.li.SOF PARISIAN CLOAKS
Made of the very best inaWi.il, &C-, Ac
Call and examine this large and hue ussortincnt of goods,
saitubia to the approaching treason, an J you will not be
disappointed either in styles or prices.
Sept. 27, 1853. , JAMES NIC1I0L.
1853. FALL IMPORTATIONS. 1833.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
No, 57, C'dloje slrtel.
JOHN hVHUME Is now-daily receivingfrom New York
and Philadelphia, his fall uid whiter supply of desira
ble good, to wmch he most respectfully invites the attcn
i ion f all in want of fresh au J exceileiit goods suitable for
lh sav)U. JOHN K. HUME,
otto No. 67 College street.
tjT APL E U OODS. 'Webb, Satiny and Shaker Flan-
Dtl; (Colored Flannel?;
Fiocn aud EnglUli PriutSj Ton cling;
Fino I'.lankets, Ac,; Napkin?;
Table dm hx, Ac; JOHN K. HUME.
f ANTlLLAS AND CLOAKS. Uich VeTvct
Kutin and Cloth Cloaks;
'White r.mb'd ManUcs;
JOHN' K. HUME.
T lIliMK'S EXIIIKITION. Will botuuudan
i asortiient of extra chejp Mous de Jjiines, sorr.o as
low as 15!U cents tr ard. -ct-
"LSO RlOirSILK DRESS GOODS.
X V vut Plaid Silk:
lleautiful Poult d'Sol;
Kn-li Chaugeable Silks;
-' ltb.ck UitKlu-,
" . I Ulan Black Silka;
' Satin National;
" llep Silks;
Ulack Aruiure Silks;
Kob ltov Ftaids;
Paris de Lnines;
Kobe J attemi
ALSO English and French lleriuosof all colors.
Purchasers of new, rich and really elegant good?, are all
re-iecUiilly invited to the e.!ubitiou of
1 . 3 JOHN K. HUME.
()CtM N...)7, College st.
EICH FALL AND "WmTE2
T A. A J. O. McRLELLAND hare just received the
V . largest aud best selected st-ick of Fall and Winter
Onods ever offered iu tins maiket, which tiiey offer to the
uad at lower prices than they can be found iu any other
luu-e in the city. At Jno. 20 'Public squire.
Rich Jre4 Goods.
Brocade Silk-., Iticii Pr.ntcd do Lahe-'j
Check l ' Hich Plaid "
J'hiia do Elegant Plaid Carhmeres;
Super bit do '' Olasgox l'laidi;
Plaid Poplins; Plain Mous. de Laines;
"riaiu " Fr'ch Merinos Cashmeres
Kob Koy Silks; English and German Mcrioos;
With a great variety of low pneo de Liitie.', Ac.
Vhitc Goods, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackorels, Swisses, Tarllou.;
Vat. Lnco, Edgings and Inserting
Jaiouct aud Swiss Trimmings and Flounciugs;
liceand Muslin Collar aud Chuiiiietlo;
Jaconet Collar and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and I-awn Udkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves,Stlkaod Wool "
Huprr Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton ds;
Itlack 1 jice Veils, llt'oboos, Ac
lu Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we have the richest as
sortment everoffered in this market, m Velret, Satin, Cloth
and Silk; nil colors, with eles.int while embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvets for nuking them.
Cloths, Cashmeres, Vealuigs, Sattiuetts, Flannels, Tick
logs, Shirting?, llleached and Drown Domestics, Dud
Waukets, Super Coa! Dlaukets, Shawls Linsavs, Pncts,
Alpacoiis. Wefeelcoutident tliai buyers will find it greally
lo their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and iu eo doiug save tneniseivos some money.
,,etll McCI.ELI.AM)'S. No.'io Puhlicsquare
E RESFEt-'TFCLLYiiil.n-uioui menus aud u.e
public that we have now on hind a large and well
assorted stock of Fur, Silk and Soil Hats; Men s and Doys'
dssinirre Hau; Childiens' Fancr Hats and Cans; Men's
and Uov Cloth, Flush and Fur Cups ot'everv description,
uuurpjsed in good quality, st le and lowness of price,
which they offer at holeaale and reiaiL
octii LANDE, ELSDACiI k CO.,
Hat and Cap Manufactory, o. 43. Market St.
IT' ALL AND WINTER GOODS LANDE. ELS
I. HACK. & CO, No. i", ilarkct street, have received
wilhin tbo last week u large and well assorted stock of ele
gant Ready Made Clothing of the best material, so that per
sons who are desirous of procuring fashionable garments
can be uited.
Customers and strangers vi3iting the city, are rcspectfal.
ly invited to call and exauiiue their stock before they buy
elsewhere. We are conviuced that we can sell lower than
anv other-house in the city, either wholesale or retail
LSO. Keceired this week a largo lot of Trunks
Shirts, Stocks, etc., for sale low at
OC122 ' LANDE, ELSHACH'ri A CO.
"XJOTICE. 1 am closing up my business nith a view of
JLN parmanently witlidrawiug. Many persons are indebt
ed to ine by note and account, some for years, and 1 hopo
ihey will call and pay up without f urthcr delay or trouble
1 he reinove-J iny ttooksand Papers to the room ad
toiniug Mcssrx. W. IL' Gordon & Co.
' a.url4 SAM SEAY.
FLOIJR RUSSELL & hOSl), f.I,
Droad Struct, haveiusl received au excellent article of
Hi K FLOUIt, bolted and unbolted.
110V3 B 6i T w.
1)RINCIPE CIGARS FIFTEEN THOCS
and extra Principo Cigars, just i;eived br
novl-2 , KAJ.XIXON
CLERK WANTEDT-A YOUNG MAX VIIO
wnturia good hand, aid has a general knonledgeof
aticounU, can obtain a situation U makiug apphcation, ith
refereuci, to.M. buxS'J, l'osi Uifiw.
Nashville, Nov. 11. lHXi.
rpo COUNTRY MERCHANTS. 1 would call
X the attention of dealers to ihe heavy Stock of Wall
Pupcrs, I am now receiving and prepared to offer on the
imw.1 favorable terms. eptlS Vt. VFINX.
rpnosT; fine sNil.-uVFiiECKi v io
X jwr scanier ArL. Davis, bW pounds of SNUFF of su
perior qualitiosof the line brands of Oanvtt's superior Scotch
simitri.i Iw.'ilM- .Kiiom's tlnciibnv in bottles and keirs. AI-
aUcriorquihtr of Frencli Happee in gallon jars, suit- ,
auie to iraveiiers, jviso, a iu' ui unv tui vv4iui.-
Chewing Tobacco, a new article, with an assortnient of
The above articles I am prepared to sell Wholesale or Re
tail as cheap as any house m the West.
u..v JAMES MOORE,
Tobacconist, sign little Indian, comer Cherry and Cedar
taiNor.a t. srevirvsoN. pohkkt l. whiid-
STEVENSON V WHITE.
Ab. 5'J, Coll&ie streti.
HA'VK on hand alarge and de--irab!e stock nf STAPLE
AND FANCY DKY GOODS, which they will sell
ery cheap for cash, in order to reduce their t-tock before
.. l n r i . 1,1. i
utey receive meirxau purcunses. .ti ui you woo line goou
bargain give them a call. augt
TE have on hand a large and beautiful stock of Ladies
'V DUES:? GOODS, such as plain, checked and bros
cade Silks; Silk Robes, lterages and Herage Robes; and a
Lrgelotol beautiful French Muslins, alt of which will bj
sold extremely low for cash bv
augi "STEVENSON A WHITE.
I7RENCH NEE OLE WORKS. STEVENSON
A WHITE bavejusi received u very large stock id
French Needle Works, such as Collars, Sleeves, Chimiietts,
Handkerchiefs Edgings Insertings, Ribbon, Ac, which
they are selling at very reduced prices for cish nul.
OUSE-TURNISH1NG GOODS. We havejust
received a large stock cf Damask, Linen bhcets and
laiieu Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a large lot of Plain
LinanNapkins and Damask Towels, n hich mil be sold very
low forcalshby augl STEVENSON & WHITE. '
'VENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
JT AU you who wish to purchase Cloths, Cassiincres
Vcatings, laueni, Patent Shirts, Linen and Drilling Draw
ers, Half-Hose, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs Gloves and
CravaU,call in at STEVENSON A WHITE'S, No. 59, Col
leg su-evt, for they aro sellinc off very low for Cash, in or
der to mak roam for their Fall Stock. " ang4-
CUAKLZSTOs', SOCTH CAROLINA.
Capitil 5v5U 000: All Paid In.
1 HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
J. NushviUo, and am fully prepared to take Marine, tire,
JUter Risks, on the most lavorable terms.
A lull statenrnit of the solvency of the Company can be
(era at theoflioii of the Nashvillelnturance and Trust Com
cany, on ColWge street.
r " muv d niouiPtT. i.nni 1
THE KUTCAL PROTECTION IKSTJBVOE COKPrlY
! OF NASKYILL2, T21HrE3I. '
OFFICE on Cedar Sticet,a'l,roinii)llP,vt OlHce, aiuli.
opposite the Verandah, will inccrok liih mutual ps-tn-"
ciple, Houees, Jfcrcbandho, Ac., KsiiLt Jxisw Datncgehy lj
Firo; Hteaniboats on any of the Western waters gaTnet the
litoards of Inland Navigation and the Catgos ofVofAsiif J.
A evsrr description arainit the Perils of the &.ess ami ilivers. i
Abo, the Lives of persons in good health, Sir a single year, ,
j for a term of years, or daring life. Abo, Itenk Note. trans-
inmea per man.
) All persons having their lives or properly insured in thw'
Its, without any liability to loss bejoad lht amount of Trj
miuras which they may par.
V. S. PILCnEK, President,
J. U. JOHNSON, Vico President
C. J. F. W'caeton-. Sccretaiy. fjanl
TENNESSEE KAEIN3 AND FTEB IN5CBAHC3 C023
PAKY. CAPITAL 150,000,
OFFICE on the North side of tho Public Square, niidwaj
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Hank.
Thev will make insurance on Houses an4 Goods of every l
scriprion against Bre; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel finals and
other nvercralta, ana on sea vessels ana otner cargoes, ou
i . lnuv r TMr.T. Vr-..-..1.-.
tlie csad terms. JOHN M. HILL, Fre.ni.eut.
Jos urn aolx, Secretary.
DiascTOKS. Alex; Allison, John M- Hill F. B. Fogg, G,
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Rass, Joseph Wootis, Sam
uel Seay, Mattliew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGovock.
ESTABLrEHED FOE TEH, YEAHS.
OUR Goods aro Enlocted and purchased by ourselves,
with great care in tho best markets, which enables us
to sell low for CASH, Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keeD dry : and we sell as chean a any house in the conn-
try. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Revolvers and Self---.
cocking; Spanish Uigurs, ace, xc, jmy-i u.
NASHVILLE STEAM ilAKBLS WOPJJS.
JA3IES SLOAN, Proprietor.
AxrT.,orrosrrEJ0!ixsox4l uoexk'stoeacco wariiocst,
Ifjrile iYartroems at th old stand Unner of Swnmrrand
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my f lcilitfes sire such that I can execute nil
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 callingat my Ware-rooms, onthe coinerof Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may beseen which will enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is the best method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Teuness-ee.
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Kaiiau and American
Marble, which I will sell low lo the trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or iu tlie rcugh state.
A large astortment ot Monuments, Tomes, 1!aptu!ia
Focvt", l'uxs, Vasis, Gaiidcs Fincr.cs, Giuve Sros.'?, A-c.,
carved and lettered to order. Fi-hniti;ee Mauble executed
to order and sent to any jurt of the South-West as cheap as
it can be procured from the East. Abo, M a ble Mantels,
of every description, pbin or carved. Ununxo Stoxe, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left at my Ware-Ronmson the comer of Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with prmnptatteritiou. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to cull and ex
amine my stock before r.urthasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal paliunage; I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner of Soring and Sunnncr streets, Nashville,
n sylvan ia is ailuoa d.
rjlHIS road row complete tt opens a commnnlcation bo
JL twecn PilUliurz and I'l.ila Jelphia.orrilt-burc and Balti
more. l!y which Frvlght trmn tho wel can teach cn e-.steru
marxetqalekerand cheaper tbtn by any of tho pre nt rival
oates: they connect with Ihe daily packets at Plltsljars,
from StLoub, Louiaillle, Cinclnnall, Vneellnsr. and til tho
different point j on tho western water. Abo with the Clevo-
- .1 T1 1. .1... . i; .! I unl ...1 nVI.n ll.un.llr.nl
Jtsll lload at Pittsburir. Car ran through between Pittsburgh
UI,il.H.li.l,l. Ii.i..ll..i,.hlnn..i nfh.i.l, rno.Wnn-
lure that can be appreciated b; at) eiiiporri.
In caie of obstruction of navigation hy ire or low water
freights westward can be forwarded from Pittsburz to Cin
cinnati, or towns In the intcnor by Kailrosd.
kites or ru5:it;:j'r
Between Pitteburand Philadelphia or flaltoioro.
i'irMt Ulllf-f . H'liitir Sumner
Dry Goodi, Books and; Stationary Uoots,) por 1110 lb
Shoos, flats and Carpeting, Furs and iV!
tries. Feathers, Saddlery. Vc.
Brown Sheeting A: Shirting In Ba!(0
Drue.Glass Ware, Groceries, except Cot-:
ffoe, HarCware, Hollow Ware, Machinery
Ullclota, wool, &c.
a ill i n uiavt.
Baltnrln Firhlns t Kogs, Candles, Cot-1
ton, In wliiter,! Hueeusware, Tallow, I
Tobacco. In leafor Sfaunraclared. f East-f
ward, c. 4'C J
Itacon, Cotton (in summer.) Cor.cc, Lard
and Lard Oil, (through) Pork in fall car- 65 cts
loaus at owners rut. j
Uoo, C. rraiiciscus.
freight Jtgint, Pittibnrg.
E. J. Sneeilcr,
Preighl Jlgcnt, Philadelphia.
tflagru-w A: JSLooiih,
Freight rfgents, Baltimore
J. It. Elliott.
Freight jr..Vo.7 irett at., JV. I".
II. H. ISiultKill,
Um. Freight stgent, Philadelphia.
march IK, 1653 ly , , ;
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH. "
UnitciS SJattes Msillhisie
Through iu -iS to 50 Honrs.
A7ir YORK AXD CHARLESTON SEMI
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LIXE
sJCa!'-t LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday
Ty4xr? aod Wednesday, after the nrrival"of the cars
ErSSs fmm ,')B South and West.
On baturday, the new and splendid steamer Ja. Al
ger, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson, Commaudcr JIarion,
l,'.'l0 tons, W. Foster, Commander. '
On Wednesday the Union, 1,500 tons,:Richard Adams,'
Commander Southerner, l.OoOtons, Tiioa. Ewan, "Com
mander. Thjse steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety,
speed and comfort. Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will insure
Travel'ei-s by this hue every possible comfort and accom
modation. For freight or passage, liaving elegant State Room Acoora
modatkms, applv at tlie olGco of the Agent,
septlo " HENRI M1S3R00N,
ComerEast Day and Adger's Sou. Wlrves.
Cabin passage J-25. Steerage Se.
FRE3H RECD?TS BY N1CH0L Cc PEACOCK.
TEW FLOUIt. 100 bags St Louis Mills, expressly
for family use
1)00 boxes, half and cpiarter boxes
O Star Candles,
aug7 . 1U1HI1, A ft.AUUUIv.
CJ UGARS. in bblsSt Louis Crushed Sugar;
J5 I' Powdeml '
aug7 MCHOL A- PEACOCK.
YAVA AND LAGUYRA COFFEE. 20 bagi
t) old Uovernmciit Java liltee ; 8" nags i.aguyra t.'oaee;
150 bagsHio Coffee.
TUST received a splendid assortment of Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet Jloiilcrs, and Plain Satin Panels for ;
arlors, Halls, Ac, together with a large lot of Window j
urta'n Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teisters, Ac j
fTnrtiiln Paoer. new uattenLs. wide Green Teisters, Ac
j'On liand, a I irge assortment ol unglazed papers,
froin 10 to 25c per bolt.
KLAGGS & GORUEY.
No. 20, College street; next door 10 the Sewanee House
X. 1!. Patwr-lianging done in the best manner. octa
PERKINS A: CLACK Are now prepared lo ic
ceive, store and ship cotton. Libeial advances made
to consignment. ocU2.
fCTOIl I A L II I STORY O !' A LI, NATIONS ,
1 FROM THE EARLll-ST PERIODS TO THE PRES-.
KNT TIME. By S. G. Goodrich.
Cost tl 1,000 -j;: Pages Maps 70ci Epgravings A
library ot itself, and sold bv Subscription only.
decS-dlm .1. F. LEWIS, Agent.
Derby A Miller, sob Publishers, Aurbuni, N. Y.
The great object of tins wonk is to present a Universal
History, suitable, in form, extent, aud arrangement, to the
wants of the inass of American readers. The editor gives
the gcegraphy of each country whose history is presented,
and pays careful atfention to chronology, so tint at every
page, and in every chapte-, the reader may know the place
where and when, an event happened; This plan, together
nith that of pre-entiiig each nation Separately, cannot fail to
render everything attractitc. DAf'W and li-firrlor.
This work ought to havi) a place m every lamuy norary.
It is a complete historic cvclopajia in one volume, available
for daily and familiar use", as a book of reference. Gpd
liartntr. Augvutn. Me.
Compcnds, of high meril as fo accuracy and philosophic
analysis, arc abundant; but Mr. Goodrich has bcen the
first' to give a djr, comprehensive view of ail nations
and people, since the creation each presented separately,
yet blended into a continuous narrative. liotlrn DjUy JSti.
riOWXTllV RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
J Wc are now oU'enng for sale, that beautiful Coun-
try Residence t.t ilr.t-J. Uarter, situated 011 the-Uur-'
freesboro' turnpike about 3 miles from Nashville. It con.
tains about fiO acres, one hall in a hirh stale of cultivation,
the residue heavily timbered; three never failing springs,
from one of w hicS the water is carried to the d elliog; an
extensive orcnard containing agreat variety of the very best
fruit iu all tbis country. Dwelling commodious with ne
cessary out buildings. "This is one of the handsomest places
in tlie neighborhood of Nashville, and will be sold at a bar
gain. We will show the premises at any timo to any one
desirous of examining the same
LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
decS lm No. 88 College st.
DR. I. S. WOODWARD. Oliice No. Clieirv
street, three doors north of Church street, has on hano
Vacine Mattel of the very best quality, which he will sup-
ply to the profession generally. octG ly
RAHAJII BREAD Graham Bread tor du-peptics
veryday. R. & J. NIXON.
No, 7. Norlfi College Street,
f , ' NASHVILLE TENN';,
VTTOULD n.epecluU.v infnw Druggists, Merchants,
' VV Physicians nad Macut.ctiirrs, that they have
nijtiin couu-cDcvd the Drug busine-s in the new building
oil College, near Cbarcli stuet. and intend continiugtheni
sclvestovhe Vt'HOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is near
ly fintirely a fresh ore, and they are determined to make
both the prices end qualities satisfactory. They oflcr for
cale low for cash or .n time to punctual men
O'.'i gallons best Winter Sperm Oil;
S.) " ; Tanners' Oil;
lOil' pouadj Indign,' of prime Quality;
14.S do ' Mudaen "
60 do Eititct r.r Logwood in tmall boKs; ,
40 do CochlDMl;
03 do Muriats 6fTin;
- 15y) do Alum;
UOi do Retired Salnetre;
1000 do Eprom Salts; -5S0
do Gum Camphor;
7500 doi Sep; Catli. Seda; -. . ... t
U0 Gi-o. M'lano s Venniluge; - ' . '' '
10 d.i M'LtneV Liver Pills; - '
0 do Falir.estock's Vcrmiluge;
100 dnsiMusting Liniment; -
lOOGi-o. wood boxMatehes;
6G0 doz. Mason's Ulacking;
'1000 pounds Red Lehd dry; - ' -.:'.
800 do White do do; - .
SilO do Ilbargc;
1600 do Eng. Vvuetian Red; ' :
200 hush. Kenta'ckyliUie Grass Seed;
45 boxes Ronn's Scotch SusiliJ in packages;' "
24- do Garrett's do do; -
- 60 dw. ' do in bottles;
4s! do MaccahoySnuU; in cot"; -' '
1000 lbs. " " iu jars and bbls;
Si boxes WnilowGla-M assorted;
4000 lbs. Petty;
ISO pounds i'earl Sage;
110 do Tapioca;
6."0 lo Gun Arabic;
SO drrt. Cod-I.'verOil Eubhion, Glarka A Co';
CO (to Seidlet'n Powders, in lin boxes;
86 do Soda; " "
CO pwndrtkilomel, English and American;
10 do Hvdriodate of Potash;
215 it, Spirits Nitric Aelber;
CG do 'Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr. lhdhlaof Iron: -
Sclneffelins Extra Powders and Extracts,-
iiidivife lristruitcntt. m cases:
Medicine ChestA ft variety of stjles and sizes.
Feathers, Lteeawax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac., taken
at the highest market rates. octl3 If
rIhC WHITE PAINT Mks received and for
J sab low. This article is.s:.id to be much surrior lo
Vi hito IjceA in brilliancy of color, durability in exjosed
titnations, and all the purposes to ii hich the latter is applied
and cjsts but little moro. It is coming largely into use in
the eastern cities wt-20 EWIN DllOTHEF-S.
t OLD LEAl-
AND FOIL. 10 ouiiccs Abbey's
JT bet Gold Iaf ; lo Packs best Oold Leaf. Received
si uoiu i.eai. itece
and for .-ale low bv
XTEDICINES, THAT HAVE BEEN FULLY
JjAj testodduring the past j ear, by many of- the most re
spectable citizens ot Nashville- The advertiser is perniittod
to refer to Mr. Sair.uerWatkins, whxe servant was cured
ofa most inieteraiaScrofulv. Abo, the servant of Mr. J:
Cohlns of ilia same disease. Five cases of Cancer have
been cured; twenty cases of Done Felon. Mr R. H. Jones's
son was cured of Iyie Eyes, cfte- having been under the
treatment of td.ofiho most distinguished Physicians for
eigln months, olm'ijSl totally blind.
A; leasi one huUrd TC-uectahle nersons In Nashvillft.
and its .a.iiiy, -an"hj tern who will Touch for thgreat
benetitj r.f ii a oursuof "trcjfment, without the.'iise'of the
In. le or mcrcu' v. " 4 --. . . -
Cancer, cr.lu! s. Rheumatism, Fistula, ilercurial Dis
ea.es, Ulivrt, old Chroatc Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im
purities of the bliod
Twenty yeaisot conshuit Practice, Sfteen In. New Orleans,
prior lo cnniiu to Na-hviile. Thoso intertsted, are les
liec'fully iuvitsd to call, examine and consult, tree of any
Oliice No 47 Union si, nt ar.Chcrry.
novIO lr. - c EDWARD THOMAS.
ebs's PATian ' straw csnzzziza ikdepen-
D2HT C0HI7 CHOPPER.
TniS very important invention has been in esc about
three years. 1 he inventor has made improvements
which h.ivo tendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to
every odowIio has ti3edit. and is the most superior machine
in use, lor tiie purpose fur which it is designed. It is sim
plo in all U parts, duiable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a boy Id years of ege.
it will cut straw or com in tho shuck from half inch to
three inches in h-u-th. Many ceitihcates mkrht la pro-
1 ,.,... (-,.,,, t-
'armeiswho have used them, to prove their
tuprnunty oyer any other straw and corn cutter now in
use. Persons ncsdiug such an article may its: assured
that in it they v.-i 1 1 nnd a valuable acquisition to tbeir farm
The subscriber has greatly extended his means for man- 1
ufacturing these machines, aud he now solicits for them
the attention of the public, and ihe farmers and planters j
particularly, of the South and West, He will hereafter be
able to till all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to !
do f ho work for which they are designed. j
Lieing tho inventor ana patentee, and sole proprietor, he I
I win cisposc oi ngnis lor counties or btaieson leasonablc
I terms, to a-ay Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them,
ana win lunnsu one tci oi casnngior patterns.
sep7 Cm JOHN E. ERB.
I VALUABLE IE0IfPP.0PETY AKD FARM FOR SALE
( rpHE subscriber would call the attention of those who '
! JL. wili to embark in the Iron business, also those who 1
'wish to own 11 handsome and fertile farm, to tho following 1
proerty which ho offei s for sals. i
1st. Jackson Fnmaceand lands, say about 2.00 acre.
, This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county, ;
1 Tennessee, and iho stack is the hrgest in the State, being j
j 47 feet high. Tie furnace, except the stack, is now boing
j rebuilt, and nill be ready to put in blast by the 1st of No- j
I vember. The louieof the North Western llailroad, as sur- I
icyed, passes immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un- j
I surjused, and thetimlier and grounu admirably adapted J
. lor coaling. - ,
. Also, llellevicw Furnace, and about SCiXI acres of land, j
'including the Dickson ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones' 1
" Creek, anout thiee mihs South of Charlotte. There is a j
jrond water power, and also good farming lands attached to 1
this property. j
Also, the Valley Forgeon Jones' Creek, and about 37,
00 acres of land. ' The tall is 2S feet, and the head of water
immense. There are som very- fine Gu-niing lands in this j
tract, and it is altogether a most desirable location. I
Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck River ore bank j
in Hii-femaii county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek kite, of
wli-'ch there are live or six, present tlie best water powers
. fori bo sizeof the stream that can be found in any country.
jThc3)uck Rirer ore bank is the heaviest deposite of ore in
tlie State, nnd the ore can bo procured with less labor than
at any bank in ihe country. It is within half a mile of
Duck Rivtr, aud the lands around are covered with the
best coaling ttrr her.
Also, the Lower Tumid, 'at the Narrows of Ilarpclh, in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for
buildii'g" and niaelnnery. It isunneces; ary to speak of the
water power at the Nai rows of Uiu-petli. It is l:nov.-j to
every one, mid twenty-live years of experience enables the
subscribertosptak with certamh ot its great benefits and
usefulness. Ii 1,, indeed, only to be seen to be appieciatcd.
Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which 1 now reside, and
which tor beautj and ft riility is second to none Tie house
is large and airy, ami th? ont-buildings of the best descrip
tion. It is inteivected by the Southern Raih'uad, and also
by tho asllvi!lo nnd Franklin Turnpike, it is 11 miles
from Nashvillo and 7 Ironi Franklin. It is a "meadow
farm," watered bv Little Uarpetb.aud the best evidence of
its quality is the liny produced on it this jesr, which all
ho havesee:. it. pi onnuuee it the best they have ever seen.
It is altogether oi.p ot the moat desirable tarms for lieauty
and pront that is in tie South-west. It contains about 560
Tno above propert v is offered Cir sale, not for the purpose
ofpiotit or speculation, but simply from the facithat the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary lo relieve himself of
the oaie, necessarily incident to so much real property lo
cated at d 1 del cut points, and renders him unable to give it
that nersonnl attention vi men 11 requires.
Any one wishing to purchase any of tl
will please call on the subscriber at his
dress him atGotKl Spring P.O., AVilhan
Anv one wiihiinr to imrcnase any 01 lneaoove rror.erty
resilience, cr il-
amsou county, len.
nee.-cc. augol vu 11. l.hl.I..
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the almve until the 1st
of January, liTit, and send bill to this oliice.
JEGROES FOR SALE. The subscriber has sev
JLN eial families of Negroes that he will sell at private
saielo persons residents in this Stale, aud who intend to
keep them therein. Residence on the Nastvilleand Frank
lin Turnpike. 11 miles from Nashville M. BULL.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA LANCAS
Ex Piute, i J'elitiou for sale of House and
Minor Clinton, Kxec'i of -lot, Land and Negroes ; estate
Abntra Perry, dee'd. ) of A Perry, deceased.
IT is onlereil that th clilldten of the ornthers and sisters
of Abram Perry, deceased, late of Iiaocaster District, S.
C.thatnere liviDgatllo death of Maigatet 1'errj-, widow
of the late Abram Perry, (which was June Soth, 1S51,) do
establish their rights beloiy tlie Commissioner in Equity,
for Lancaster District, S. C, on or before the 1st day of
March, l&.M, and that the Commissiniiei do rejKirt thereon
at the next Court of Equity for said District, (which will bo
June 26th, lc5t.l
The above order wa made in above case, by the Court,
at June Tei m, 1 A, and the persons to whom the same re-
rers aud applies are notitien to comply witn me requisitions
therein sei toitii, afailurc to make known and establish the
relationship al'.iresaid, will cause the estate of the Testator,
(Abraham Perry,) to be distributed between those who do
establish such relationship and operate as above to those
hod.r.ot. JAMES 11. WITHERSPOON,
Cmnmissioner in fcquity, Lancaster District, S. C.
J3 The f.illiwing papers will copy three months and
forward their Liln with a number of the paper; they are al
so requested to notice the same editorially : 1 he Common
wealth, Frankfort, Ky.; The Register, Raleigh, N. C; The
Advertiser, Montgomery, Ala.; The Recorder, Millcdgeville,
Ga., The 1 lag el ihe Union, Jackson, Miss.; The Union,
and American, Nashville, Tenn ; The Union, Washington
City. Imeatier Ltdjjtr. J. 11. W.
CSUrCHFlELD HOUSE, FOEalEBLY GRIFFIN HOUSE"
THIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps
of the nassencrer car landmirof the Western and
Atlantic railroad is now ODen under the su oervision of-
Thomas Crutcbaeld, assisted byJIr. J. W. F. Bryson and
Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
GriUin acquired a very high reputation as a first class hotel.
Tne present proprietor liaving secured the services of Col.
Griffin's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent
cook and bouse boy, and bavingfurnished the house entirely
anew , hopes to retain its high reputation and ineritpubhc
patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni
bus to and from tbe boaU. TUOS. CRUTCHFIELD,
leb21 If Proprietor.
BUSINESS CARDS'. '
a. A. SAWVSE, 1). -IVAIXACTL t ' E. noWAtD.
SAWYER, WALLACE & CO. "
I COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK,
i E. HOWARD.
sqjflO iW Urleap.
6. B. M0A5IY,
Commivsiou and For-oniiiig Merchant,
Edwards & Harkd.
Lamku A Bkotuees, Nashville, Tenn.
Vi'. S. WnrrXAS,
augl45atv." w .
jno; v. bright. jaws r. ewgiit-
J. M. tc J. R. IIRIGUT,
ATTOKIIEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in the several Co-uts of Lincoln and the
adjoining Counties, and in the Supreme Cutirt at
' Nashville. TV septaS) iinlw.
WILLI All T. RO.-3. JAUES ii, RWIDfOX
' ROSS & DAVIDSON,
Will practice Law in Lincoln and the adjoining counties.
Oct 5 6m
IlkNBT BABT, JR. S. X. noLLrXCSWORTO".
HART & UOLLINGSWORTII.
Wholesale Qrcoorg, Coixabsicn, Rceeivirg' aid For
Ao. 49 North side .Public Square,
oct-i Jsiiviixk, Texx.
IJENJ. 1 SHIELDS & CO.,
coM-tissioir kschaiiis, and oenehal agents,
Having permanently located in this City, solicit consign
trients of Cotton, Tobacco, Ac
Receiving and Forwarding with tho filling of Orders
dromptly attended to. ct 1 4 6m.
X. A. H0RNE, S. S. WILLIAM?, JXO. A. JUnXB.
JOHNSON, HORNF. & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND SETATL QEOCEES, '
Commissicnand Forwarding Hcrchants, cud Storcrs of
Cotton aud Tobacco.
-ner of Xaricct and XroadSl., NUsf.TfUf. Ttan.
july S, 1.3.
L. A. LAM EC. n. LAXICX.
LANIER & BROTHER,
Co7)i)nt;'o and Forwarding Mtrclinnts,
And Dealers iu Foreign aud Domestic Liquors,
Rept4 Market street, Nashril
PICEETT, HACIHIP.DO & C0.,
BANKEKS find COMMISSION .MERCHANTS,
SE IP OltLEAXS.
WM. S.PICKf.TT lite of the Ann of PICKETT, PER.
KINS & CO. and J. R. MACMURD0, Danker, hay
ing associated themselves in business, will couduet a
Ranking and General Commission lliisiiioss,
in this City, under firm of Pickett, Macmukijo A Co.
Pat ticular attention paid to the sale o I Cotton, and to the
shipment ofSupplies and Mctchandisc generally.
w. c. wnrrrnoxna1
TriOlS & (VIIITTIIOUSB,
Attorney- a l.air,
TTJ Will practlre their profession In t!i counties of
Manry, Marshall, (illes, Lawreuca, Lewis, and lilckmcn.
dec n. tr.
JOHN SULLIVAN iz SONS,
C02T1USSI0N HESCHANTS AND AGENTS
For tho Salo 01 Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and
Western Produco Generally,
R eferexce?. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq
Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tonn. juuoil 6m.
W. U. CORDOK, C E. BDYAX.
W. H. GORDON & CO.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION 31 ER CHANTS .
For tho salo cf Hcrchandiio, goacrelly,
jan 1 NASirnLLE, mat.
ATTORSKY AT LAW.
Practices In Madison and tho adjoining comrtlus, nd will
Kivo prompt attention to collecting and any other business
lu hisproreiilon. teb i1
a. siacgrxgor, s. e. allowat, j. eaxkuead
KACGP.EC0E, ALL0WAY & CO.,
C O M M 1 S S I O N ' M E R C II A N T S ,
55 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
ST N. E. ALLOWAY i CO., Nhville, Tenn., are a'
all times prepared to make liberal ccsh advances on shir
m ents to u. sepl C
L. H. SIlfFsON is SONS,
WinpR, Brandies, Cigars, Chatnpnignes, Arc.,
KO. 10, SEAl'EJt STEEET, NEW YOEK.
And Rce n Bvstidc, "ordeali. may!6 ly.
WERRS & RAU LINGS,
GE0CEBY, COMHI35ION & FOEWABDETG MER
CHANTS. Main eireet, one door Noithof Union, Mffnphi, TennfttM.
1 "fT AVE on hand a full supply of Groceries', Bagging,
! .11 Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork, iird, Candles, Flour, Ac,
wmch they will fumLsh to their customers on the usual
All CottcnsShipped to them by water will be entered by
an open Policy unless written across the face of the Bill ot
Lailing, at the time of shippinf. Inturanef.
We are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
WEBR, RAWLINGS Ar CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND C0KKISST0N MERCHANTS
A'. 5S iiirundtltt btrui, A'rtc Oruunt.
Anyot our friends who wish facilities on Cotton a lie ship
ped to our house in New Oi leans cau cull on us atMempliia,
or address us at N. Orlea-s. july2V Cm.
Eagle A Euq., Whig, Memphit; Union," Nashville;
W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six months, and send in bilL
Wholesalo and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foroign acd
Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwardicsr end
Opwsite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
HERRMAN S. SARO.M,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Terms. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, willmeet with promptatteniion.
n. ccARirru. ws. tkcrt. j. c.dkw
CARUTII, TERRY & DEW.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CU7XP.Y.
Ihi, Mirtd M.aod 25, Merchant St., hitaJelpAa
R. II. ERASER.
COMMISSION MER CHANT,
no. 10 c.ROS"DEi.rr s--ti;fkt,
Gov. A. V. Erown. Nashville, Tenn.; Col. T. H. McNeill
Coahoma comity, JILs.; Myrtle, MooreA Co., Helena, Ark;,
S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea. 4 Co., Pul.iski,
Tenn.; Jas. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala.
NEW GROCERY STOltEl
DANIEL W. BIKSRLL, l. V. BOND,
Franklin Tenn. Bethe.-da,Tenn.
RUSSELL h BOND,
Grocer3 and Commission Merchants,
No. 51. Erojdicai, XatfiriZe, Tenn.
J5J The Iiighest market price paid for Feathers, Bees
wax, Lard, lfacon, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac, Ac.
THE EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
Paris Imported Ron nets, Alillincry, Arc.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 185a. !
500 FANCY BONNETS. j
"T7'E would resoectinlly inform tho Ladies of town
and country that we will, on Tuetday morning, the
4th, exhibit lor their especial benefit, the largest and most j
beautiful slock of Fancy Hounets, and new styles, of Emb'd
Helguade tnd other styles of Straw Honnets ever opened at
Nasiiville or in the West. Likewise, rich Plumes, Head 1
Dresses, Flowers, Ribbons, Dress Goods, Perfumcrie-., Em- 1
broideries and Fancy Goods Ac, Cumprisinfr 820,000 worth. ,
Having imported a great part direct from Paris, our prices 1
shall he lower than any of tho boxed up millencry adver
vertized as fashionable and professing to be ihe latest styles. J
Our long engagement in the business, now nine years in j
Nashville, and doing a very extsnsive bti'inc-"., must give
ns advantage over any other home in tho city, and we fiat- !
ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfieil So, now 1
Ladies, we whh your visiLs to make your selections. We j
can make you look more enchanting than ever this fall, for I
the street, balls and weddings, having Ladies ot superior I
good taste from England, Fiauce and New York, to assist 1
us in our estahiisnmeut. e navo artded to our stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than auction prices, a line
stock of Mantillas, Woolen Coats, Caps Ac, rich Muslin de
Lanes and Cashmicres at 25, SO and So cents per sard, su
perior Merinos at bOc. worth 1.25; rich Needlework goods,
Chemizctts, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, Undersleeves,
Handk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.2. to 1.75, cheap at
3 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 bat-train-.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. 40, Union Street,
. . 1 ... . . j 1 .
next 10 me oiaie uouk. ;
11 WISE, j
oct 4 3m Agent,
BONNETS, RIIJBONS, &c.
No. 14 Cherry Street, near Union.
MRS. E. LOCKHART respectfully informs the Ladies ct I
Nashville and country, that she has now received her .
select, run assort oiem 01 me nvest anu uius .ueuiui.uuie
Ronnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Flumes, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to tha Ladies for past favors, I flatter mysel
that I have something very beautiful to show them this
season. Please call and see before yoa purchase elsewhere.
ectST it 14 Cherry st.
hs& m sfS?
. . RATES REDUCED.
riiii:. iasnviue and Chatianooo Railroad j.l"
-i Company, and the Tennessee Direr JLM.AfeaK
and Transportation Comnanyhave adontul theS 2
following rates of Transportation On l-"rpl (-1 1 httrMn 'Vocl..
ville, Tenn, and tho various landings on the Tennessee
FROM NASHVILLE TO
Fiost CLAM-Bocts,Shoe; .1
Hats,Bonnets, Dry Goods!
ooea warn, Mgmandi
Hollow Ware, Casiings,
Wool, Feathers, Ginseng
ons, HurseC.iIUr?. Stores
and Stove Ware, Teas,
JJrugs in Kes ami ooies,
oaaoiery, canuics, tron
fucllontriei, Ac, per 100
SirojcD Class Sugar,;
Coffee. Molasses, rtail.
Tin Plate, Kar end Pig;
Lead, Fish in barrels,
Eegs, r.ii, etc., luilow
bla, Cotton Yarn, lto.
mestlcs, Hemp and Ra;s
la bales, Tobaccoln box.
es.Klce. Hide. Kale Kodo
er 111 rous ana oxs, naru-
ware, Glass and Qii&uds
ware in crates and boxes,
I-ad and Paints In tegs,:
Clover Seed, Cheese.1
Candles, Soap, Butter,
Beeswax, Oils, Brandies,
Wines and other liquors,
Varnish, Turpentine, Ac,
per aai ids
Third Clss Bacon,
Laru &oa rorK la tierces
or hariels, Bar I on,
heavy Castings, Grind
Stones and undressed
Salt, per bbl i
Flour, per bbl, and Saltj
51 sni ji i
Porter Ale, and Ilomes
tic liquors, per bbl ofjl
Lard. Linseed, or other
Oils of Tenn.eclUanu-;
facUire, perbbt of40als.'
Powder, secure. y pack
ed in casks orhogsheads
Carhojs, -Mineral Acids,
(at Company's conven
Piano Forte, boxed
Cotton GIn. boxed, and
Portable Barrow's o r
(lueon of the South Milts,
Plows (ssoited,) and
S 50 8 50 8 50
Cultivalors, each. ..
50 50 C5J
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighiug less than 100 lbs., will ba in
variably ciiarged as luo Ibs First Class Rates.
All articles of unusual sie or weight, charged in propor
tion to tho 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 fordamages mu.t be collected of the party de
livering the goods, aud claims for lost or missing goods
must be made within SO days from dato of shipment, or they
will not be allowed.
The above Companies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Lquors, or other Liquids, orl'orlhe Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of liquids, unless
they he securely Paoked in Wooden Cases with their tops
The followinsrArticics will only he Transnorled at "Own
er's Risk," as to Breakage, Chafing, Frost, Heat, Storms, i
Accidents, or Unavoidable Belays, viz: !
Mo!;a5h, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware. Green I
Fruits, Tomb Shines, Bags of Shot, loose, Demijons, Fur
niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh I
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of every de-cription. Boxes. Ci- I
gars not Caml, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glvves. Muical
Instrument, Books and Stationary, GlaiedSash, Trees and
Shniblerj-, Swives and Stove Castings, Light and Hollow
0 1 Freight detinl for Chattaiooga or Decatur, and all
intoi niediale points, no et'ra charge ill he made during the
low waWsason, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Cii-'t Hates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low water are entirely nt the risk nf
Oa Freight to KnoxviHe, and all intermedifle points to
Chattanooga, Twenty-five ( 35) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but in no case is there any rcsionsihility
assumed for the detention ol Goods during or on account of
Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. R.
R.C., Naahrilfe, willb received on tha nharf, all cltarges
paid, and sent lorwanl without extra charge for Drayage or
No Freight received on the Wlmrf, nor charges paid, ex- I
cent on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articlcsnot enumerated above sub
ect to special contract.
Emigrants u ith their families and moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa
tion with repard to or connected with this arrangement, will
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. & C. R. K. C, Nnsh
ville, or. T as. Williams, Pres, Ten n. River M. M. A T. C,
H. I. ANDERSON, Supt N. A C. R. R. C
JAS. WILLIAMS, Pros. Tenn. Ri.erM. M. A T. C.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. jy Y an ammiPirfnt hetwn tlw South Carolina, ,
1 ) u
Georeia, Western and Atlanticand Nashville
and Chattanoocn raihxd. sroods will be brouzhtwTir
through to Nashville at tie following rales:
Boxes Hals, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
good, per cubic foot g2
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glaw, Drugs. Con
fectionaries, Camphone, Spirits'Turpcntine, in casks,
Ac, pr li1 lbs. 52IO
All arti ;lrs not coming under specific rates, as enumer
ated in tbe tariff of the roads between Chattanooo-a
and Charleston, icop'es of which can be seen or had
at tbo Freight Agent's Oliice) per 100 lbs 1 25
Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent of
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co, at Chattanooga,
and Agent of South Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston.
Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam
ers at or about 12c, by propellers at 8c, and sailinir res-
When the Nashville and Chattanooga road Is completed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be
made, of which due notiee, will be given
11. I. ANDBRSON;Supt N. A C. R. R. Co.
N. B. The same difierence will be made when goods are
to be delivered at Decherd, SbelbyyihV and Murfreesbom,'
or other stations on onr road, a3 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. 31. & T. Co. i
junel6 If H. I. A.
NOTICE TO WESTERN TP.AVELLE2S,
THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil- j
adeiphia to 1'itt-burg, Pa., MiLssiliou, Wooster, Cleve-
land, Toledo, ColacibiiS, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, 1
Terre Haute, Chioag... and Milkaukie. Through by Railroad I
from Philadelphia to C'incinrati in 37 hours.
Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the I
Great West. Passengers will find this the most pleasnnt I
route U. Orleans. Only ill to Cincinnati: 12 to Louis- I
j ville; Mil to Sr. Louis, Via Pennsyvania Railroad, an-1 the J
fflllowiugdaily Steam Packets from Pittsburg: BuekeveState, '
i CaptM W Beltshoover, leave Pittsburg Sunday; Keystone '
I State, Capt Charles Stone, leaves Pittsburg Monday ; AHe I
J glenev, Capl t'hailes WBalchelor, leaves I'ittsborg Tues- 1
; day; Crystal Palace, Capt H Konnt leaves PitL-burg Wed- I
i denial; Bnlliant, t'apt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs-
i dav : "t'itisbnrg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri I
j di y ; Messenger, No. 2, Oapt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts- '
I hi rg Saturday. BoardingandlodgingonboordlhePackefs 1
ex..-. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, Louisville, $8; St.
Fate through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Pittsburg, 1
SO r.iir M.isxiliiin. 10t (Tlpvohind Sin- MnnvfioM on.l rJ!.
can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents of the State
aud Columbia Railroad Lines.
The niormn!; Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M.
Through to Cincinnati in Jl hours.
The iiight Mail Train at lO1. P. M. Tlirough fo Cincin
nati in 4'. bous, including one night's comfortable rest at
The above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har
risburg, Lcwistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John
stown, Grecnbiirg, and intermediate places.
NoTicr. In case of loss, the Company will hold themsel
ves responsible for personal baggage only, and foran amount
not exceeding C THOS. M00RE, Agent.
june 4 tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for ilarrisburg, via Colum
bia and all intenncliaterilace will leave the above station
at l?-i, P.M.
.iaaaaaey's Heaver aiad
I REFER the Farmers to tho statements below, made lj
Dr. John Shelby and L V. Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several times, I am satisfied ofits great utility. As
he season is advancing, I now oiler thai? I have onbandfer
1-200. I.. P. CHEATHAM.
junc29,1858. Nasiiville, Tenn.
NAsnniir, June 23, 1858.
Col. L. I'. CncATHAit: tor Sir: I have been using
ho ' Reaping and MowingMachine" patententcd by Manney
ol Illinois, which you are now offering to the citizens of Ten
nessee. Itis a firstratkladoii saving Machine. Itwotks
neatly and rapidly". The amount cut per day will depend
principally upon the speed of the team. If the team can
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap orMow, fifteen acn s
n ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public.
Re-pectfnlly J. SHELBY.
I, L. F. Bradley, now managing the farm or Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement: We havehadfor more than
one week, one ot t;ol. Uheathaavs mowing and reaping
machine-", we havetried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and I now state Ibat it mows and cuts cleaner than the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day.
june2iMAw. L. F. BRADLEY.
C3TAR CANDLES. FIFTY
DLES, for sale by
waukie, bncboygan, v iscousin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad. 41 3.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N. E. 1
ConiearofSchuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets J
EDWARDS A HARRIS,
C 5 !
P3 V. .
5 2 :
K B aJi "s o o a c tt -
"Xt: 5 c B .."-j M
S I a 5 Ea s S&t a 3 !
! a b-S g- o -1
-r,5--- $5 5S
r- e . C evrt
HARDWARE AKD CUTLEEY.
FALL & qUNNINGHA.il,
No. 17, College St.
ARE now receiving their Fall supply of IlHrdvrarc
and Cutlery direct from the manufucturcri in Eu
rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten
tion of Merchants TisitingNash ville for thetrFall stock.
Their&toclc in store nnd ifiiily coming to hand comprises a
full assortment of Blacksmith's and Carpenter's T00U, Cul
Itrv, Guns, and all articles in their line.
They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
tho very highest market price in exchange fur Hardware,
or in payment of debts. auclS
Nashville Cavriagc Manufactory
CAKZ11ACF.SR CARRIAGES'!! I
THK eubjcrlbortakesthfsniethod ofretnrnlDg kit. most
sincere thanks to Unfriends and the pabllegeMratiy, fnr
U18 patronage ho has already received, and wonld sav to
them, that he to has on hand the Largest it ml Ii'cM
assortment of WORK everllerod Inlhis niartet: ftoia the
llehtTKOTTIJO SULKY to the Coeit CAKHIOLA CAR
RIAGE, all of ray own Manufacture.
Persons from a dietaneecaarestassared of alway flndln
someUiins Ifctt will eait tkelr taste, "if In the shape ofa
Carriage." Jbavo the best Workmen to ilu mv
Work, Call ad see mraMOrtment.
N. B. I wa prepared to build Work to order ashort o-
tlce. I will pty particular attention to repslrir g, end will
ell or repair at as low a prlee as inygoAc: hullder.
Iivror Market Street.
rp TliKiyiJKI.tC.-.TllK suhstrlber
beiri leave to state that he still pirn nn
the COACH AND CARKIAGK BUS1SKSS,
at hlsnldsland ouXorth Market st.twodnnra
below H. & U. HouztuM.d: Co. Kpj constantly on hand
a largo and well aarud teck from a light Buggv t a Car
rlola. Thankful for past favors, he most re.pectfnlly sollett. a
contlnuatlon.hopliiRby chepn", durability andgood work
manhiptn merit voarpatroaage.
Jan 2 ly. OEO. L. SLOAN.
FASHIONABLE CL0THUG XtiD TA0RIi.'a"STAB"
LISHHENT, A". 11, CeiUr Street, Jite doon fnim tit Pilif Sowtre.
iici.ouiav oe nHJfiu a comcesnu weft seweced vZ?
V stfc of Cloths, Casiuieres and Yes tintrs, all
of which will be made un to order in tb iiMk-t Fa Ji-
ionable Style and at is sliort notice as tan be done ia any
1 " w 1. n ji 1, Muu in rt-c-. HI SHll Ultf UfRCS.
Retsdy JIailc Clotfiing. Coafs, Pants, and Veils of
all kinds. A fine assortment of Alenn FurnisIiiMg
;ooi!s: Silk and erino under Shiits, Shista, Stock,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravafs, Pocket HandkereUfcfi, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrella, Ac,
KfGanuents cut at the shortest notice. Please eH and
examine. mrSl TI1O.S.J. HOUGH. Agmu
AGFJC'JLTBSAL irIANTJFACTUEIIt'G COMPANY.
RRSjcS THIS establishment tsnow lrexrcsl
to manufacture aill kinds of Waot,
Carts and Plows of every descnpttoD.
ana any oiner iarmisg implimenta ussu in,
The prices for such things will not be more utan pud
for them brought from other places. We are ready le re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and other uten
sil for making roads.
The Manufacturing of Waggons is under the Sapcrfnten
deace of Wilson Mullen, who-MJ work is well known here.
We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters and Mereh
ants in thesurrounding counties for otir ,ork.
One or twocood Wagon, Makers wuited immediately
Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen
GKO. f!. AT.I.UV
junel." Iwer Market Street.
DAGUEARRAN STOCK AND FICTITRE ESTABLI3H-
DOBYVS A YEAROUT, Nasliville. Tennessee, Cttege
DoBr.sj A Hall. Ixiu is ville, Ky. J
Doavs A IticuAKDSo.v, Moisscwef. New Yerk.
Dobtxs & SpArLDiso, SL, Louis, Mo. !
Docrxs A Veaboct, Memphis, Tenn.
Donrxs A Habkisoto.v, New Orleans. j
At any of the above establishment?, von can procure as I
fine Pictures as can be iiail iu any city of any desired styse
or finish, as we lave every improvement, and expect t I
keepnp with any and all improvements. We are prepared j
.ucLiiv. tiiy ... .uruisjiuntsin wiui every article iiett 111 the
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock mi
the mnst reasonable terms. DOBYNS A CO.
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de
ceased persons at all times.
augl7 tf D.ACO.
IN Store and for salo Cheap for Cash :
150 bbls Cin. Whisky: 10i kegs Nails, assorted;
"200 bbls Flour, various b'nds; .V bagsCotTee;
300 basrs fine Salt; 25 bbls I,oar, Cnnbed and
50 bbls Molasses; Powdered Sugar;
5 bxs Tobacco; various 10,000 Regal a Cigars;
brands; 3 rases Jenkin's Tea?;
10 doz Shaker Brooms; a bbls Mason's Blacking;
200 rms Wapping Paper; a5 reels Packing Yarn.
50 bbls Pilot Bread: f. I.nls Boston Croakers;
10 bbls B. k W. Crackers; 4 bbls Suar A Piene do;
Together with Pepper, Allsp-'cc, Ginger, Indigo, Mad
der, Spun Cotton, Shot, l.ead. Powder, Mustard, Catsup,
Cotton, Hemp, Bed Curds, and Plough Lines, oct! tf.
MORS NEW PIJOES.
YTTEhave received by recent arrivals nine
t more of thoa unrivalled Pianos, msde!ljsKiij9
by J.B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co., offj & Tjl
various styles and sizes, which will be sold very" low tur
cash or good notes drawing interest, ind warranted to givo
satisfaction in every resnect.
apniH W. A T.H. GREEvFIELD A CQ.
H. G. SC0VEL,
DrnggLst and Apothecary,
North side of the 1'Mic Sevare, S Wi H'est of the
Wholesale and Retail Dealor In
Paints, Bsi-siibs, PrnmiEnr,
Powdee, Oils, Dir. Siorrs,
Fanct Asncua, Shot, VAaxuHn,
Glass; Glassware, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
UTEEO ABDOMIXALSCPl'ORTEKSand TRUSSES
WASHITA OIL STONES. '
Drngs, ."lledicines, Chemicals, &c.
NathtUlf, March 11, IS58. '
BY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS ofr" fu to me t
directed, from the Circuit Court ot tho United Slates
fur the Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg- j
merits, rendered in said Court at its September Term, 1853,
to wit: !
ti. same, Judgment 15th September, 1858, and John M.
Otv, t. same, Judgment Ifith beptcmber, 1858.
1 will sell to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court
House door, in the City of Nashville, on MONDAY, the
12Lh day of December, 1853, all the right, title, claim, and
interest, of tic said Defendant, Leroy Armstrong, in and
to the following Lot, in the City of Nashville, to wit:
LOT, No. SV, as designated in the plan of tbe College or
Academy property, fronting 50 feet ou Cherry street, and
running back the usual depth of Lots in that part of trie
City, and is adjoining the residence of Wm. StockelL
ALSO, part of Lot, No. 37, fronting 50 feet on Summer
street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the
North-west corner of B. F. Moselr's Lot on tho cast side of
Summer street; thence along the east side of said street
50 feet; tbence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 feet to Newnam ' line; tbence running
back with said line about 160 feet to an Alley; thence smith,
wardly with said Alley GO feet to Mosely's corner; thence
with the line of Mosely's Lot, about 170 feet, to the begin
The undivided interest of Mark L Cartwrigbt, in the
above described Lots, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deeds, bearing date the 21st June, 1S5S, and are of re
cord in the Register's office for Davidson county, in Book,
No 17, pages 2-J5 and 296.
Both of said Lots have been levied upon as the property ot
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold lo satisfy said writs;
this 25th day of Octrbcr, 1S53.
J. B. CLEMENTS,
Marshall, U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
By hisDeputy, B. N. CLEMENTS.
"s1 A '
9 glilfi55l s
RIGKASB tX CISBZY,
CHE3IHST AND 3IXLGGIST,
, N". ii FMon tirtet, NuKwil'.
HAVING pardMd tke eutira mteraat in U Srm -X
Carrey Jtktiia, will eontiinw tl? rit( BCai
NtSS in this city, and hope that srnct attention tt boaiciKs
and the Hjr am) sawMswrf kii stock w-'' eiswebmi
i n beral snare of paMie palrniwge.
Heexpeeisin a few dais tu reesive Lii
vS?CHEM FHDRrGSaod FCP.E
Mv V- " -V Sbr "'h H e us.i v,t- of Tain't
farm-, blaximtrt ianc; aruelexfbrihe tr' ...
ttl ami city rttaU had. rr.ti u
Ly VKt l'"iST, No. 3.-; Inwms-.rcer, Na-hville H
reatea my wore, and sew refnrn-!c lt W1,h the che.ee "
nnmSf rf1t'UE':,AI S, MEDICINES.
DBDfi., .te, rflfolrsoliciis.eoutiiioaceeofiherat
I rooagesoWbtraHy extesded toh:m dwir-g ;hep4 two ver r
He watnHlts every Medici n ar.d C l.et-.ical sold bv Lzl
I PtiTsiciwi'H prescriptiom. eornpmmded with mtnesa an 4
diayttch at all hwrs, and ofjfce chmcest medicm w.
. u"AIJ'Bi-BI.;,f? A LARUE ASH I'lLX,
J sufply of nve SHAKER HtUl. c t:g rf ft, 7
Tanzy, Spke8unL tsprni, mrgk.ve, Hrh.irad, Sur -
PJenrir Hwt, HMnloch, g ond. Boneset. ie. F - sale ijJ
inanrquMOty. oet.l KKiUKDO.crRKKY
",Iiur vuj.niii Jt Sl.fc;t III! 11
AL".80?1 !,rtidof ,an 'habl mhci 0! P(kwp, Ci.
Vhfj;htBton s mauuf .ctnre. just rt citcJ r
-s KltaAKD'o. (TCTIREY
rpiNCTUJtB OF VMATCMTinro-A
J. Bewand freh supply ef itji very valow ce:r reme-
-r "'t 1 . f 1 ...........
"J. Hwiitsi or
" RICHARD O. CTIiBEY
otbwlekrt. A Mi aa4taent on h l irehar.
G. l'hj-ettt, should , hrr tir4i r4-TO.dn.no
1,31 klCHAR. O. CI H fly
XJ lfctmglmtnma, rceei.nl ami fx ,M !,; b
Sx it", t'Tion . S
will m Mrfpe JCmt Vl".l m h
and HfHssMW gireti un ail dVn.ical qnest-ons.
RICHARD O. CCK.-V,
No. 35, L'Dion st. No-', .
OOLIJ, DAMP, WET
J vrf ths very dHumntbie and
oTifce W. get tb. WAW OOF TOK rT ,
IL G. sidVll.
w V7 rcceiTed by nov
r PSPAVO WTI BRAND OsTOB ct l.
-V J-Shwii A Am.nta.d a, for sde, at ru-l , ,- wiH. ... '
t ' . H. I.. &Ctl.
i fer Mid elRwcKHt, houY UH.KCE that rrwu
by Dr BanniBg; for deli. ate. wfck ard uvb:Luti Tsool
or mate. wfcosfl- from westkaeia u the brt-:. jl,.,rt
nw efb.es , pssm m tfc, eheat, wetkrwss smd IVcd.ra-
and piles, falling of the fco, and tn.den to rupture
I fatting of the treoib. '
1 .Artk Uil. nfl li.hK. o , '
NswhviDs) less.- jw T
P ILllS."l'KSNCS SUFFfciUNO FROJ.
.. .v"7 "nftwMHtsniifntiliil un;dAiDt. will t..
relief in tbe kwI Hossse's PJ, Oint.uect Fw aale '--r
M o. sco vi: r
XJ otarjitto U kept in every fitm.lr, to aj.plt in case
wo-imt. ti. cow, , - 1U tte ti,eki 0
u rucunuiuc aac-.ioi.s. ror sale br t
I A?Bnt 1 I!. (. SCOV; ; '
S'n hai;il atxl fiir s.,V t
H. li.SPUVl 1
C 1 KViyil OXR, CORNER OF C OLLI.'a
J c, '". WMeis. :a.shv l!e. Tmr. WtK.lesa - , ,
Reiswl slciler n Ihvg. Mwh-iae. iarot. O-.K UveM.i..-
1 OT Wmes and Brandies, expte--. f. r mediea:l ry
pa-c. Dragpstn, Pbriieiaiw, Countrv'itrrcoamaar.d '
utactons ijlied on be most liberal
"aiORE, Whohwa;.i.i Letail Dnurrs .
soraer Codfgeand loionr-trctta. Ul7T .
poLOGNE atTrTjT' keTeTyei'
bottles. For mle by dw, STH: TCH A UKK
i kVrw,?u (KOBTMX L'OZI
fiv tbe Hair. For aaUkr . Tii ..-.. "...
fO.HFOUND O.T JfAUKOW.
t iUIYK atHT- C - '
X Kb.e pret sntoa tor Uiecuirao i m,.m: ...jm, , .
lunula. Jast received and .'or .a!.. l.
?' STftETCH A ORR.
,t- "GDTinctoi-ei' Veiattrum irirfe. lorwrnti, jr -tbe
Aetaoa MthHeartssBd Anerws u all ex-e. where tier j
ra a prtnern-uanu Ireqaanev. ior ly
j . T1 " .-sTKETf.H OP.R.
I T) 1Tr.TKf 'H1 K- WAT.
1 A-J AfcKS Dearbsn Th ia to eeriif. tlt 1 n.t i
) jf.urSsip Dentifrice, and sua pti fceil ai iti d it ia tbe U-rt
j artscfc ( the tid in ue. and to U.g a. r,i conboue 1 .
' minufactare It f a pstr articir-, y. u .dl f.iul a mdr
1 for it. Nopetsoaia tiw UureiiLg nninuiuitv shmiid bv
wrtkesitti. CH.VS. S. i:o'.VELL.Dei.,r
' o- 1 N'. 11, L'luimbrra atitet,
wn-n nawn ueae tooth tp. mt m, ..f J
id sale by srR. It U Jk f.RK.
B"yf Cooer ('. 1 .n.l I ni... -,
Oases Hoots, Shoes? fec.
B. S. HOLTlis & CO..
i WHO L IIS ALE AX LI SKFAIL BILIXERS,
No. 21 sadSS, Goraor ti College andTJaism streeti,
HAVK received for the FALL AND WINTER TR.1PM
12V0 l .tSEf Jt(UJ UAjS. t.U
TJerXKS, Aw. Being te L.VR.;KSl STOCK of G.vaj
they have ever eSerod m this mar'tei, and which far fuel,.-' ,
yrtte and wnWw)l nqnai any Mock ia liw Oilv.
3Ierc!i:int aad all ataerm making sbeir pn'rchsMes 11
NashyihV, will tnxl it tntbeir ISTtKtST to rveor Si ck
an examioatiwi belWe hsrug.
R. a HDLLlSri A CO.
I3f aAt, Otwiwst, IkseMru and Wool. recsuvsd 13
ngl7 tf w a
NEW GOODS! XEW GOODit!! "
TOCSTfMS AX TKHK3KUr t JSWIABIVS,
No. 0 Union Street.
WE are smsw receiving, direct fium tbe Eastern ciiie,
some of the very kut ttv le oi i.- ii and Wumr dn - s
GoeiKeaasMistg in part bfSILKS, Broid. PJai.l.Cfcec.
tigured ami plain Black, Persian Cloths, aud all n ool 11 1. ?
hn IMaoe; Chcm isottes and Sieerea in aeta, French N ,
die Work OJUra, Ueun.iair Collar, and Sleeves imbn i 1
linen Camb.IF.lk'fi, Velvet Ribbons Cnnps and Galloor s.
Jaeooet and Swiss Inserting and lUlg-ns, Jocor.-t Lmj.' i
and Flwioeing; Jut Ac ilOSltKY and GLOVES, a '
. shades and qiufities, Cbiidren'-t and M.-es i, all cc '
,' or, which we are ofterroir ti-i- lew. Throe in search t
. cd Goods, and at low prices, wdl do will Wgivi u- a
call. No caarjp lur ahowinsr goN.
WT-4-tf 'IrtCaVsTON A BLRXARP
BARK AND I.KA1 Es 1 wwls'to pwebase with
cash, a JagBiottty of Cbanunt Uak Umtk and isooe
mske Leave, ier Taninpr jmrposcs. Aptd, to J. G. Hour?.
' comer of Urnon ad JtarlHrt streeU.
july?7-dAwtf. FREDPD'K ROTH
LIliLOJtS. l.r bbts Trnw-te it O Wiusky "
Old DmrtoM Wbray;!B) bbls New Knsrlaad Rmrr
50 OH Hye " 30 " A. sL Cin;
5) " OMHesarre " ha Swret Wine
lnt pipes OW Cop. Brjmdy-,10 " Old Port Wm;-;
2 " Hothnd flin; so boxes L'randr t brrsm
10 bWs iJd Maderia Wine; 5.1 - tb: t Wrne;
20 Imlui'i bbk Set Wine; 10 " aworted CorlliaU;
100 bbls A. M. Kraody: 15 mis. Oil Freoeb Hran
1 In stere and fcrsnte tow by lAXIUc A BHOTHElt.
' OUiVBUtES luvbbb bosJ'aH.r. tkeca of .Nail
O 1MW bob -No- 1 MtU; 90 torn assorted Iron;
SO dez Painted Bocks; 5 bbls itVnnswsoe;
20n4s of Tubs; 5 - Alinn;
20 " half smoM aeaMsrssKlOO Plosrs;
mm lbs bar Le- t bbls .So X Mackerel
' 900 bp! Shot averted; 50 kits 5o 1 and 2 do'
; 100 astxiiied Drmtyoan; 20 bbis3 S Ahnondsj
I 50 boxes Cuba Sixes CifatstlO " Large Pacasa,
50 dm Bedeords and LioeswO boxes Figs;
50 hags Raea Wmuer; 8, 0 " Tobacco, assoHed:
25 bags Pepper, i tierces Fresh Rice;
50 boxes Dried ilerrinjr; 25 bib English Soda;
n-wtjuaesr, m Dwuttrresti Tea,
10 boies Stooshtoe Bitten; 10 " Crvow's bast Indi r
20 " B.W Far,e3t;
Together with macy other article., which while s. td
low bv deell IltlKRA HKOTIIf'K, mar'.ei U
FTfSNxYVRS! TBraiTtTRE! !
I AM just reeetriinxa tee assortment of Fnr-.
nilure of the late and most aooroveJ
1 1 lei, which will be warranted aa reorci.men J-I I 9 1
ud, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having e: -arged
my Ware rooms, I shall keep a . is-u,rrment 01 G:'.
hert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Fumitura of all kinds made to order. Article-!
snt free to the Railrcad or anvwhri-c in the city. Rt mem
ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture D.-poL
ap7 I tl. MORTOf.
'"plIE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
. JSA.MJfAL.JSUKI.Mi CVMFAJiY, XT Dow ofiirinr.
sspieaawt iswaunuit ot fiAmandaaiuabeFur
nuareaiioejriiws causal ri street, I noma.- (fi
Bew bsdldsnr. (batweeu l iuon Hall and ttu-rk
S 1 iwre, 1 which thev ofler at nnces to suit purchams. iTl
both at whole sale and reSaiL They intend to give Satiatac
tion to purchasers work waeiantcd.
Call and examine their stock. Order fSr Work at'-inded
with despatch. R. H. GKOOUS, Pres't.
W.LNaki. SecV sept
Q UNDR1ES. loo kegs Nails, aasorted shies;
O SO botes Lsogiiora A AmsteasFs Tooacco, -very su
perior; 30 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Iexingioa MnMard;
2000 lbs Baeoo, suitable for family use;
- 25 gross of box Matenasf
A few barreis ef flat .-vuoeoU Wiusky. Also, a few hhds
of tine chriSed Suaar, together with a geaeni asaerttEcnt of
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 2t. College s&reet.
opposite Sawanee Uousa. mayllj R. F. BSLL.
Pf( W1 k'M.MU, nvun t
i -Srw -