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TRAlSPOTATION. MISCELLANEOUS. WHOLESALE QBOCEBS, Cekmissioa sad Ponrardiug Merchants, Cottoa and Tobacco Factors, Corner cf CoHegs and CfturcA ,, AaehtUie. COFFEE 200 bags Bio; 50 bags Havana; 50 do Jjiguyara; 50 do Java. CIGARS 20,000 Imp- Havana; 13,000 American; 100,0000 Cuba 6's and Melee Cigars; CANDLES 200. iwxes Sperm and Star; 200 boxes Sterine an Tallow; COTTON YABSS A lo'.of assorted Nos. Osnuburs, su- periot quality at manufacturers prices; FRUITS 100 bxs Raisins, assorted u'zes; to drums Figs; 50 frails Almonds; 20 bbl&Pecans; FISH 50 barrels and half barrels Mackerel; r . .. 75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines; FLOUR 200 bbls Galligw 175 Cincinnati; 75 do St. Louis (Harrison's;) GLASS 300 boxes AVindoW.all sizes; 125 do QL, It, and J It Flasks; 75 do Fl int Tumb era and Goblets; CO do Squatt ar4 Cap Jars; SO Demijons, lire and three gallons; IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sires, LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints; 10 casts Scotch Ale " 75 barrels American and French Brandy; , S5 do Apple and Peach " 400 do Whisky, various brands; 50 Ao Holland Gin; .25 do N. E. Rum; 25 do AVine, various kinds; 100 do Cider Vinegar; MOLASSES 150 bbls and bbls retailed and & House; 75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup; , NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; 150 do Wheeling, " PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted P.ckles; 10 cases Tomatoe Catsup; SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar: , , . . . . 100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;) SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks tine and coase; 1S5 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt; SOAP 100 boxes ban 50 do Fancy Soap; SEEDS i5 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands; 25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article; SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead, Powder, Shot, balairatus, Soda, Axes, Chains, Painted Buckets, Ac, 4c For sale low for cash by PERKINS k CLACK. g?Liberal advances on consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed "Wool; 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard; Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng. For which wo will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries. Smayj; PERKINS k CLACK. UGAJR. 200 hhds Prime New Sugar; 50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaf Sugar; 50 do Crushed do; 10 tlo Powdered do; Justreceiredand for saleby EDWARDS & HARRIS. may 23 OLASSES, SYRUP, fcC--150 bbls Prime Mo- lasses- 20 bbls Suagr House Molasses; 10 bbls Golden Syrup; HO kegs Golden Syrup, iust re ed ved and for sale by' ED WARDS 4 HARRIS. may 22 OFF EE. 300 bags Green Rio Coffee; 100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 50 bags St Jago Coffee; V i no tiara ut juauncuumw w ttirv .. ... s ALT. NAILS, &c 1,000 bbls KanawhaSalt; ' . . . 1 O-t. 500 oass t ine anu uiurec oau; OUO Ketrs iaua aiiu Aiti.-, " may23 EDWARDS k HARRIS. GIG AllS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars; 100,000 Imitation do do; 100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by . njaj EDWARDS A HARRIS. CANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles; 20 do Sperm do; 00 do Star do; 100 do Mould do; For sale by may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS. " smjTHiTTS 1 BBLS No 1,2 and 3 Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial, mi crek Black and Gunpowder; 100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel; 25 do Salmon; 100 bxs Scotch Herrings; 20 cases Sardines; 100 bxs M R Raisins; 20 do Layer do, 50 qr bxs do do, 5 flerces Rice, 0 frails S S Almonds, 15 bags S S do, 25 sacks Pecans, 0 do Cream Nuts, 2 cans Prunes, 5 do Citrons, casks Currants, 5 hf bbls Cranberries, 10 cases Pie Fruits, 50 bbls Vinegar; 5 do White Wine Vinegar; 100 boxes Soap; DO do Starch; 60 bbls Loaf Sugar; 20 do Crushed do 10 do PowM do, 3 tierces Dried Beef, 100 boxs Chewing Tobacco, as-sorted, 50 casks Carb. Soda, 10 bags Pepper, bale Cloves, 1 do Cassia, S do Alspice. .r. ceroons Indigo, 2 hhds Madder, 0 do Pickles, 10 bags Ginger, 0 do Pine Apple Cheese. 10 boxes Gr Pepper, 100 do Bent s AS ater Crackers, 2' :0 cases Toughson's Bit 15 do Pepper Sauce, ters. 0 do Sugar Crackers, 0 do Soda do, 10 do Picnic do 50 bbls Water and Butter 25 cacs Tomato Catsup, 15 do I,emon Syrup, oo reams Wrap Paper, 100,000 Cork, assorted, Crackers, With a ereat variety of other articles, for sale by mav22 EDWARDS & HARRIS. "OKANDIUS, WINES, Arc qrcaks hue Bran- D dies. 20 do Brandy Cherries. 10 hf pipes do do !aX do do do fi casks old Madeira, 5 V do Sherry, 50 k do Port; 60S Malaga, 50 Baskets Champagne, Mumm's Fleur de Seliey Anchor, Boncac, & other brands,' 5 cases Cordials. 80 do Claret Wines, 20 do Muskat do. In store and for sale by puncheons Irish Whisky, pnM pcre Holland Gin, 1 hhd Jamaica Ruui, 2 do St.Cioix do. 100 Bbls Ohio Whisky, 50 do D D Country Ilo. 0 do Penn. Rye do. 100 do American Brandy, 0 casks ondon Porter, 100 bbls Walker's Ale, 50 do Wood's Pitts, do. u elses Newark Cider, EDWARDS & HARRIS. LAUD OIL. mav22 50 Jtbls No. 1 1-ard Oil, lor sale by EDWARDS & HARRIS. JIcCUEA Ai TKllKASS, Corner of Broad and CoUege Streets, Na:hvUie, Term. AycnUfor Smith's I'dtdmrgh and WlfiirH;, XXX, and CtUlraUJ XfiixeW PALK ALES, POKTER & BROWN STOUT. HAVE now in store the following, which they will sell at Pittsburgh prices, (trunsiortatiou added) to-day : 125 Bbls GW Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summer use; 150 " Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale; 100J do do for family use; 2o'casks Bottled do; may22 ly e.g. SUGAR AND MOLASSES 175 hhds Prime New Orleans Sugar; 75 bbls Loa Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar, 150 do Reboiled Molasses; . 100 M bbls do; 'io kegs Golden Syrup; in store and forwle ery low, for Cash or Produce, by njay 21 McCRbA & ffcttltAao. OFFEE, FLOUIt, CANDLES, ic. Uoo bags Rio Coffee; 50 do Laguara do, 200 bbls Sup Flour, various brands; 160 boxes, K boxes, and Ji boxes Star Candles; 75 do Summer and Tallow Candles; CO do Doyles Superior Soap; 70 do Starch, lor salevery low, by uiay21 McCRE,V.4 TERKAaS. I"RONlNjVILS, CASTINGS, STEEL At AXES. 130 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted; 10 do Bells hammered Iron; $00 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes; 0 Tons Pittsburgh Castings; 5000 lbs English Blister, Crawley and CasUteel; 20 Boxes Axes. For s.de, bv may21 ilcCRKA & TERRASS. ItJUOHS pipes Brandies, some very tine; 1 Cask pure Holland Gin, Eagle Brand; 1 Pimcheon Irish Whisky, very line; 25 U Casks Port Wine; 5 Casks Sherry; 10& do Tennerifle; 25 BaskeU Champagne Wine, pints and quarts; 30 Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Br.uidy Cherries; 40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky; 85 do Sam Davidson's Extra do; 50 do Copper distilled Whisky; CO do Miiuongalicla Bj e do; 00 do American Brandy; 15 do American Gin; 10 do N. E. Rum; 35 do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lil rral terms, by mayzl McCREA & TERRASS. OU AC CO AND CEGAILS 25 boxesLanghorn and Armistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do; 30 boxes Muscodam Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky do; COOOO Uavanna Cigars, various brands; 50000 Mela Cigars; 0000 Cuba Sixes do; mayl Mc3RBA & TERRASS. ALT. 14U0 Bags tine Salt. 1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale lowbv mav21 McCREA & TERRASS. SUNDRIES. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Copperas, 10 Bags Ginger, 10 do Pepper, 5 do Alspice; 2 cases Indigo; CO cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas; 1 Cask Madder, 3 casks Putty (in Blad'rs) 400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Soda; 60 Boxes of Jenny Lind and Quart Flasks; 100 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks; 200 Gross Mason's Blacking; 100,000 Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum; U00 Lbs. Dried Beef; 4O0 Demijohns, at-sorted. The above will be sold very low at the corner of Broad and College streets, by McCREA TERRASS. may21 b . I'ltKMl UKCEli'TS, BY mCHOL cj- PEACOCK WHITE LEAD S0O Less Schoonmakcr's celebrated Pure V hlte Lead, direct rom tbo Manufacturer. ip S3. NiniOL Ac l'KACOCK ITiLOU U 200 bbls '.VUitB Wheal Ftour . 503 do star brands, do do ap.S3. KICHOt. & PEACOOK. AISUIVS. 50 boxes Fresb Halsens. ap.S3. A1CHOL & PEACOCK. O'VSTEHS. 50 boxes Kobinson & Wcntz's celebrated iplc'd Ojsteri, put np tn Glass Jart; warranted to kp in any climate. NICHOL & PEACOCK. ACJDIItACOrFEE. 50bacsLagurla Coffee prime art! el e; 25 do Jamaica do p. 3 MCHOL & PEACOCK. SlXCSIIKD SCUAlt. 15bbla Supxr. j MCHOL & PEACOOK. w HlMtV. 100 bbls Whisky. MUtlUli fit 1-liAl.Ol.K. TILX.i:T SEKI. 500bushel Alllletl Sd-fresh. aTl MCHOL & PEACOCK. BllOU.TlS. CO dozen .Shaker H rooms. XICHOL & PEACOCK. B ED COItllS AM I'LttUGII I.lM:S.--30 dozen superior Cotton lied Cords and l'lotiph Lines. prS3. MCHOL & PEACOCK. TAK.30 bbls tap 23. .Nurth Carolina Tar. MCHOL d: PEACOCK. .1 TIKKCS 23. 50- Sugar FIm, lust received by DAVIS A SWANN. a GROCERIES, &c, &c. ET A HHDS "N. O. Sugar; 20 bags Gov. Java Coffee; OU 200 bags Rio Coffee; 8 do Lag " 'do; 50 barrels Molasses; 30 barrels Loaf Sugar; 60 do; 10 boxes D. R. do; 100 Packages of Mackerel 10" barrels Crushed do; in barrets half barrels 10 ' do. Powdered Sugar,, quarter and kits; 120 do Clarified d0; 10 Kits No. 1 Salmon; 00 boxes Stearine Candles 20 boxes Scotch Herrings; 50 do Star do; 100 do Sardines; SO do- Starch; 200 Cannlsters Lobsters; 50 do Soap; 120 boxes, i4 bxs, and 5 casks extra cured dried bxs JLR. Raisins; Beef; 4 Tierces Rice; 50 barrels Cider Vinegar; 5 Casks Zante Currents; 200. kegs': Nails, all sizes; 10 barrels SS Almonds; ' "CO'boxcs Chewing Tobacc,' 5 do Pecan Nut; ' different brands; 2 do Cream Nuts; 10 boxes best Smoking To- 2 do Eng. Walnuts bacco: 10 CaskaS Car Soda; CO, Chests and boxes Green 20 bags Black Pepper; and Black Tecs; 5 bags Alspice; . .With numerous other articles in the grocery line, and for sale low for cash or good paper by dec5 E. S.cnEATHAM & CO. FINE BUANDIES, WINES, &c, &c 20K r'P08 Pure Brandy, different brand; , 4J5 do superior d0,old; 5 " do superior do old: SO baskcts Champagne, different brands; 5 quarter casks Madeira Wine, old and fine; 20 do do do; 4 - do Sherry do fine; v - 5 do fine Port do; 20 do good do do; ,. lObblsrureS 31 Wine; " 2 pipes Holland Gin; 2 casks Jamaica Rum; 10 boxes" assorted Cordials; 25 do Claret Wines; 6 do CuracoaAbsyntlieMaraschina; . 100,000 Imported Havana Cigars; v V .' 50,000 Domestic Cigars; for sale bv, ' ?t decj E. A CHEATHAM k CO. DOMESTIC LIQUOKS. 500 bbU reci'd Wliisky; 100 bbls 1). Distilled Whisky, superior; f 10 do old Rye Whisky, Pure; 50 do N. Y. Pale Brandy; 10 do N-E.Rum; 20 do S. M. Wine; for sale by, dec3 E. S. CHEATHAM- k CO. - SUGA11S. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old process; 150 bbls refined sugar Richland Refining; , 25 do S. R. Loaf Sugar; 20 boxes D R Brooklin Loaf Sugar; 20 bbls Crushed do do do; . 20. do Powdered, do do do; Just received and for sale low for cash by onl E S CHEATHAM fc CO. FLOUIII FLOUR!: We havem store 500 bbls Flour, fresh ground and w arranted good. Also. 200 bbls St Louis Mills, 700 bblsLigan Mills, 200 do Mason's Red River, 600 do Orendoff's. All choice brands, which we- offer to the trade at low rates. janS E S CHEHTIIAM k Co. aLASSWAKE. 200 boxes Qurt, Pint, and Half Pint Flasks. 30 boxes quart bottles; 50 boxes nss'd tumblers; 50 boxes jars gallon, half gallon and quart; 2 casks hne decanters. For sale by dec.) E S CHEATHAM & Co. Groceries, &c. 1 ff Baps Green Rio Coffee; A-JJ 10 Horsheads Sugar; 50 Bbls. KeboUed Molasses; 25 Boxes Palm Soap; 200 Bbls. Pltes and Wllshires Whisky. 30 do Domestic Brandy and Gin; S do S. M. Wine; 50 Baps assorted Cotton Yarns; 2 X Pipes Old Cog. Krandy; 400 Bags fine and Coarse Salt; 500 Bbls. Kanawha do. 200 Kegs assorted Kails; 25 do Wrought Spikes. 30 Bbli.So.l. Hosin; 10 do TAR; 300 Bbls. Ohio Flonr; 25 do St. Louis, do; 20 Bales Oatum (Hemp.) 10 Keels do (Cotton.) 10 Bbls Lard Oil; 20 do Loaf, Crushed and Powderad Sugar; 4 Chests Jenkins Sr Co.'s Teas; 25 Colls Manalla Rope; 500 t's Cotton Wrapping Twine; 50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread; 25 do Kutter.Eoda and Boston Crackeri; Together with, Indigo, Madder, Allspice, Ginger, Black ing, Mustard, Almonds, Cream Huts, Star and Tallow Can dies, Dried Beef, Brooms, Demijohns, Starch, Soda, Ground Spices, &c. In Store and for sale by Ja.ig. K. STEWART & CO. BUl KlVHElT FA,OUIt.-50bags very flue Pitta bunr.Buckwheat Flour, re coived and'for sale by dec. 5. " H. .STEWART & CO. Ciraniberrics. 5 Bbls received and for sale, by I dec. 5. R. STBWAKT& CO. T OIJACCO. 150 Boxes Keen & Co., Stony Mill's To bacco; 50 Boxes Keen &, ua, bunaireu ioDacco; 150 do Stubblefield di; 150 do Boaz do; 150 do Godwin's do; For sale by janS W. II. GORDON k CO. G LASSWAIiE. 200 Boxes Pint Flasks; loo Boxes Quart do; 500 do Tumblers, assorted for sale by janS W. H. GORDON t CO. ptIGAKS -5 Cas IjisTresilareas Regalia Cigars; 5 cres Ii National do do do do do do do do f a Jenny Lind do do do do do 5 d. 2 do 2 do 3 do Wandering Jew Spoiled Cathedral LaFiel Monte Cristo 50.000 Davs Melee do For sale by janS W. H. GORDON 4 CO. jitsx i:ciuvi:i. BAGS TtioCuflVe; 40 hhds Faear: 25 BblsMackrel; 10 lilf. Id Qr.20 Kits do; 75 Hbls -Mouses; 125 Illf. do; lift) Bbls Si Louis Flour; 11X1 do Cincinnati do; 15 Tlerc"S Klce; 25 ltnxrs, 25 half, 25 Qr. Italslcs; 550 Drums Figs; ' 150 Bftams. W. Paper; 25 Bbls Alei 11KI BnxeTobacco,various brands; I.ltlUOHS. . 250 Bbls reetifled AVhlstej; 15U do Domestic Brands; 135 do ' do Gin; 125 do do Wine; 125 Bbls Old Bourbon Whiskey; 25 do old Monongebala do; 10 do " S. K. Hum. 50 Boxes Claret Wiue. 26 do Pale Sherry do. 5 Casts Maderia do. And for sale low by dec. 11. J. f!. FRENCH C SODA WATEll APPARATUS, for tam.ufdc turiny, draicing and MUeinr;, of the latest and rwnt ap proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex plicit printed directions for its use. bv JOHN MATHEWS. COCXKR OH1 FIRST AVEXCE AXO REET, Opposite Bcllevue, Nkw York The only establishment devoted exchwely to the manu facture of SODA WATER MACHINERi , Ac, in the United Sta'es, and where may be found a large assortment uf every article connected with the busiucss, including Materials, Ac jan 27 3m Kstacusueq 20 Ykaks. SUNDRIES. 100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes; 50 boxes Langhorn & Armstead's Tobacco, very su perior; 20 barrels Tar; 15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard; 2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family ue; 25 gross of box Matches; A few barrels of that sameold Whisky. Also, a few hhds of fu;e clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment ot Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, College street, opposite Sewanee House fmayllj R. F. BELL. ISSOLUTION. The linn of UcvM. Nuu.& Bao. was this day dissolved by mutual consent. 0. F. MO CI, having sold his interest in the stock on hand, will pay all debts due by the late firm, and most respectfully re quests those indebted to them to call and settle up. may31.1S53. BEN M. NOEL A BRO. N EW FllOf. BEN if. NOEL & A. TYLER having bought out the entire interest of O.F.NOEL, in the business of Ben. M. Noel k Bro., and taken their old stand at the corner of College and Spring streets will continue to do a General Grocery and Commission Business, under the style of Bex. M. Nokl k Co., and would most respectfully solicit a call from our old friends and the public generally. may31,1853 BEN M.NOEL k CO. UXDRIES. 300 bgs prime Rio Coffee, 100 barrels Fresh Flour, 100 hhds fair to ch'ce Sugar, 50 doz Painted Buckets; 200 bbls Reboiled and Sugar 50 bxs Cuba-six Cigars; hou'e Molasses; 50 do Melee do; 100 half bbls do; 15 bags Race Ginger; 100 bags Fine Salt; 10 do Pcpier; 100 " Coarse do; 1 cask Madder; 500 bbls No. 1, do; 100 bxs Glassware, assorted; 500 kegs N'ails; 100 bbls Vinegar; 100 Demijohns, assorted; 50 bbls Walker's Ale; 5 tierces Rice; 20 barrels' Loaf Sugar; 5 ceroons best Indigo; 20 do Powdered do; 15 barrels Soda; 25 do Crushed do. 50 bgs Cotton Yams, ass'd; In stoic and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL k CO. LTQUORS AND TOBACCOS. 300 bbls ;ain. Hale's RectiCcd Whisky; 100 bbls Dean's Rectified Whisk)-; 40 do Old Monongahcla do; 50 do Brown's D D do; CO do American Brandv; 40 bbls S. M. Wfne; 25 do N E Rum; ' 25 do Port do; 3 half pipes Old Brandy, best brands; 1 pipe Irish Whisky; 50 baskets Champagne, assorted brands; 40 boxes assorted Brandies; 2 pipes Holland Gin: 20 bbls American Gin; 50 boxes Gus Jones' Tobacco; 30 do Fennell's do; 25 do Peter M. Boaz's do; 20 do Young Burrill's do; 0 do Allison's do; 25 do Peter L Boaz's Gold LeafTobacco; 10 boxes Phenix Tobacco; 10" boxes B. Daily's Tobs.cco; 20 do Missouri do; 10 do Endcrs do; 10 do Sam Wool's do; 5 do Reed k Mash a do; 10 do S i: White's do; In store and for Side by junel BEN. M. NOEL k CO. CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GBnTM HOUSE, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. THIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps -lSv?-of the passenger car landing of the Western and if jj 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 conaol of Colonel J. J. Grillin acquired a very high reputation as a first class hofeL The present proprietor having secured the services of CoL Grifhn'a barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent cook and house boy, and having furnished the house entirely anew, hopes to retain its high reputation and merit public patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omni bus to and from the boats. THOS. CRUTCHFIELD, feb21 ly Proprietor. 5 S O 3 J mi. m i c S ir I a.-" 5. B02 "3 o'3'3 c a 5 ..sf? i d a n c3 a S Sri in n o.S Be o es M a ej rl 5 as j! P - CS w Zi tS w o o h i 4 jNaslivilJc Carriage Mannfaciory OAIIRIAGESII CAItKIACESII I THK subscribertakesthismethod of retnrning his most sincere thanks to his rriends and the pnbltcgoncrally, for the patronage he has already received, and would any to them, tbat ho now has unhand the I-uigcst ami liest assortment of WORK ever offered tnthis market; from the light TROTTING SULKV to the finest CARRIOLA CAE RIAGE, all of my own Manufacture. ' . Persons from a dlstancocan rest assured of alway finding something that will suit their taste, "if In the shape of a Carriage." I have the lnt IVorKincll to do my AVorlt. Call and eeo ny assortment. -, N. B. Ian prepared to build Work to orucr ishort no tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will sell or repair at as low a price as anvgood builder. , ' FRED. 8LOAN, Jy- Lower Afarket Street. mt THKI'DISLIC THE subscriber J- begs leave to stale that he still carry on Ik. It W. I T . vr. n linn i n.i ............... at Ma ni l .t..,, I Vn,rl, fn.t .i. . ... l below II. & B. Dooglass,& Co. Keeps couslantlv onhand a largo and well assorted steck from a light Buggy to a Car rlola. Thankful for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a continnation, hoping by cheapness, durability andgood work manship tn merit your patronage. Jan a ly. GEO. I.. BLOAS. BLACK 1VACE BOA'KCTS. Just received Materials for making 500 Bonnets. flaxn Hals, G 00. Kieh Full Trimmed Par is Flower, 7 to 8. The Finest Materials and Superior French Traimnings; likewise a large Stock of 1,000 Rich Fancy Silk Crape and Late Paris styles of Blond Lace and Gossmar Lace and Straw Bonnets, and Paris Millin ery in all its New, Novel, Beutiful anil Ex quisite Slbles of Materials. o TJR stock is now full and complete, making-as Rich, Larze and select stock as aovMllii.ervntalilUhinont in the United States, aud as regards nriccs. wo dr com petition. After being 8 jears established In bujiues in Kashvllle, and doing nearly the whole of tho Kin'e Trade of Town and country, giving us a large palo for IIonnotK and Millinery Goods. We can and will sell 25 to 30 per cent, lower than any housoin the city. Having Ladles from Parts and the East to make np Fancy Bonnets, we aro prepared to turn out as fine Millinery as at any part of the world. TTr As I intend vlsitlug Paris this Summer to purchase a Fall Stock of Millinery, I will giv'egreata Brgaina to reduce our Stock by the lastof .May. Rich Paris Flowers, Ribbons, Lace and Needlework, Km brclderied Black Lace Mantillas. A Very cxtensivo stock of Children's Hats, Fancy Goods, etc. N. B Gossamer Lace Bonnets altered to new shapes in superior style, having tho only new shape Blacks in the city we can make them good as new. Uf Don't forget the bouss. No. 46Union Stree'.next to thebtale Baufe,ii3 you may save 25 or 30 perceutin prices. my. 3 K. W1SB, Agent. rAiixicoriAii notice. fpHE co-p ! co-partnership heretofoie existing under the name idstvle ofMOSRS fc SON. is this .Ihv dinlr..l. am debts due the Firm mnst bo paid to L. Moies. The undersigned will not bo responsible for anv debts contracted, by any person or persons, without an order from me. L.MOSES. L. MOSES, VERY THANKFUL for the liberal patronngo extended to him for the last 12 years, respectfulljinforins Ins friends and the public, that he has inadearrangeroeiits to change bis present buslness.and will dispose of his present gtocfc of FuKNtTUKE very low for CjSf, consisting of everj- thing noces'aryfor House-keepers; Parlor Furniture in sets; Ma hogany and Cher Chairs; Diran; .Marble and plain Beu reaus; Bo.ik Casaes, Fine Sideboards; Bedsteadsof all des criptions; Tables; Presses; Maltresnes, and a large variety of Furniture of all descriptions, which I am determined to sell for less than any other House in the City. Call and satis fy yourselves. L. MOShS, Nashville, May G. If. No. 19. College st. Vnlunblp Farm for Salp. I WISH to sell the Farm on which I reside. 5i miles from Nashville, on the main Louisville and Gallatin Turnpike, containing about 2S0 acresof good Land, one balf of which i cleared and in a high state of calti ration, and theother half of wood laud, good water as there is in theconutry, and plen ty of it. The improvements consists ofa larie and commo dius Dwelling, Kitchen, 'Wash-room, Smoke iioase.CIilern, Ice House. Neero Cabins, Spring House, Barns, Cribs, A.c. Also a fine orchard of I" acres with every variety of fruit Ires. The Louisville Railroad, and al the Cincinnati and per haps the Henderson will tun within a few rods of the placed ItH seldom so desirable a residence and farm as convenient lo the city, is offered for sale, and as I am determined to sell, . thoowi;h ing to purchase will do well to make early appli cation. Possession can be glvenatany time by the purchaser buying my growing crop. I will if desired sell all my stocfe or any panto the purchaser, also most of my household l'cr nitnre if desired. Apply to me on Broadway, or to R. IV. Brown, agent, of ffice No.CSCherrystreet,up stairs, and either of us will show the farm, dec, to any one wishing to purchase, ap. 12 tf. A. W. JOHNSON. NASHVILLE STEAM KAEBLE WORKS. JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor. BAj;KETST.,OPrOSITE JOILVSOX A HORSE'S TOBACCO WAEEHOCSE, NASHVILLE, TENN. iTiirbU Wareroome at tht M tiaiul Corner of Summer and Sjiriny Streets. HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble Works, my facilities arc such that I can execute all kinds of work in the most tasteful manner and the latest style, as cheap as it can be done in any of the Eastern Cities. By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner of Spring and Summer Steels, specimens may be seen which will euable persons tojudge for themselves which is the best method. Having on hand all lauds of Maible from Feast Tennessee. Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re tail, finished or in the rough state. A large assortment ot Monuments, Touns, Baptismal Founts, Urns, Vases, Garden Figures, Grave Stones, Ac., carved and lettered to order. Furniture Macule executed to order aud sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as it can be procured from the East Abo, Marble Mantels, of every deription, plain or carved. Building Sro.sTysoId Wholesale and Retail. All orders left at my Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring and Summer streets will meet with prompt attention. My friet ds generally will find it fo their interest to call and ex atniie my stock" before purchasing el.ewherc. Thankful to my o'd friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I hope iy strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their favors. JAMES SLOAN, Comer of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville, feblt" ly FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB' LISHMENT, Xo. 11, Cedar Street, Jive doors from the PMie Square, .-rTin:?! I ' .. 1 r I - i : .1 1 1 i j . j i t.i.uia tuav uc iviujiu u utiuive anu Ull seiecie'i V V stock of Cloths, Casirueres and Vestings, all of which will be made up to order in the most Fash ionable btvle aim at as snort uotico as can be done in uuy city in the Union, and at prices u suit the times. Ileady Made Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of all kinds. A fine assortment of Jlen's Furnishing Coods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac, i"Garmeuts cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine. mr fi THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent. COACH MAKING. THE undersigned would respectfully in- - '"'yvT'l form their friends aud the public that TJZ?32-ft$L they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, No.S4, Deaderick St., where they intend to carry on COACH MAK ING in all its branches. We will keep constantly on hand an assortment of Carriages, which we will dispose of on reasonable terms. Carnages of every description made to order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and the public may rely upon getting their work when promised. Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best workmanship and materials. RrBLACKSMITHING Every description of BLACK SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal terms. J3TH0RSE SHOEING. Wc have in our employ erperi cnoed HORSE SHOERS, and the public may rclvongetf'ri' their hoivcs shod in the neatest manner. All worked rt'A to our care will be under the immediate supericUidi.c. a the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat isfaction to ail. We respectfully solicit from the public a liberal tharc of their patronage. feb 2 ly CRAM k SHEPHERD. MAR-BLETZfiT) EON MANTLES, COLUMNS, PEDES TALS, TABLE TOPS, &C. THE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invife public at tention to tlieir Marbleized Iron, as one of the greatest discoveries of the age, and for which they received the Gold Medal at Uw last fair of the American Insti tute, and the Medal at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechan ics Institute, held at Washington in February and March of this year. This material, having a metalic basis, is more durable and cheapor than Marble; its representations of precious Stones and the choicest Marbles, in more than sixty differ ent varieties, are exact and surpassingly beautiful; il is ca llable of resisting a greater degree of heat, and it cannot be injured by the action of acids or oil. SILAS C. HERRING. The manufachiring department of this Co. is under the su perintendence of R.T. & J. P. Williams, the inventorsof the system, and the financial and general business depart ment that of Jonjf Rdstox, to whom all communications may be addressed, at the jirincipal Ware Rooms, 813 Broad way, New York. may7 3m i g LKA.VDCH D. STEVENSON. ROBEKT L. WnlTC STEVUNSON & WHITE, Dealers In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Xo. S'J, (Ulfi'e .St. XuAvttlf, lam. . . WE have now in Store, and will continue to recei va tin til our iissortmcnt is complete, the largest and best assorted retail stock of goods in the city; consisting of- eve ry article usually found, in a dry goods store. Our buyer remained in New 'i oik until the Ust of March, which gives ns the advantage of new designs' in many goods which are not to bo found in any other house in the city. We respect fully request onr friends and tho public general!- to exam ine our goods before making their purchases, as we will sell low for cash orlo punctual dealers on time. apSO ly b a STEVENSON k WHITE. "TUV StMiaiKH GOODS We have this .lay ro x iccivedanradditioual supply of Barcgo Robc-s,.Baregcs, French Worked Muslin Sleeves and Chemisclts; a beauti ful assortment of Swiss and Jaconet Inscrtingsand Edgings- Ilonniton Lace; Handkerchiefs and Uadcr-slceves; Bonnet and narrow Velvet Ribbons; Fancy Lace CoitSbius, Ac all of whicluve will sell at reduced prices. STEVENSON A AVHITE, jun5 p a SO College street. ANDREW J. DUNCAN, HAS now in store a full stock of BRITISH, FRENCH, C ERM AN, and AMERICAN Dry &Qsls, ' adapted to the present and approaching season, and to which he will continue to receive additions by every steamer consisiing oi Black and colored Silks; Fancy Drcs3 do; Embr'd and plain Swiss; " Muslins and Lawns; Embroideries and Lace?; White Goods; Hosiery; Gloves; Cravats; Linen and SilkHdkfn; Satin and Silk Vesting; French Muslins; Painted Lawns; Printed Persians Cliene Itoyals; Black Dress Goods; Frencli Printed Lawns; Bareges; Crapes; Cmjie Lesscs; Tailtans; I)rcs Trimmips; Cloths and Casimercs. jiiv uuu ou4..u x.iooons; Coltonades, Nankeens, Kremlins, Chambrv, Camlets, Fnni-v Print TIT.1.1-Vnwlwh nml I'mn!, (itint Bleached and Brown Muslins, Bleached and Brown Drill ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Cottcus, Ac -A L S O New Stylo Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe-, and a general stock of Goods, which he is prepared to olTer at the lowest prices upon libe ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of merchants and the trade generally. A.J. D. is aeut for several large factories, and will soon be largely snprilied ivith their oods. Nashville, Feb. 25, 1853. W. A. & J. G. McCLEILAND, No. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE. ARE receiving and now opening their Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS; and.in extent and variety, it is decidedly the most attractive they have ever opened. They would call the attention of purchasers fo the following, with many other Goods not enumerated : RICH DRESS GOODS. Tlaid India Silks; Delicate Summer Silks ; Plain Rich Silks, all colors; " Berages, " Ch&lleys, Dayaderes; Fine Linen Cambrics, 49 fo 7i; Plain and Bordered Brilliautes; Rich Organdy Muslins; " French'Chiuf z. ; French Jaconets, from 25 lo 50 cents; LACE GOODS. Valcndenne Laces and Inserticgs, Star Point Laces, Va lencieune and Musliu Collars, Cans and Dimity Bands, Jac onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, I'Liiii Muurniug and Traveling Collars. LINEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS. Irish Linens, Linen Sheetings, Damask Table Linens and Napkins, Fine Bird's E) e Diap&r, Huckaback mid Medicated Towels, lace aud Muslin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic Sheetings, Bed Tickings, Ac., Ac MANTLES. The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever opened in Nashville Also, Silk for Mantles. WHITE GOODS. Mull Nansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Chocked Jace netls, Dotted Swiss Muslins. II03IERV, RIBBONS, FANS, Ac. Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton Hot, Misses Silk and Cotlon Stockings beautiful Ribbons, Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid Gloves. MOURNING GOODS. Alpacas, Challeys, Black and Plaid Silks, Black Crapes, Berages, Ginghams and Muslin?, blue Rept Silks, without lustre, Mourning Collars, and Sleeves. FOR MEN AND BOYS. Cloths, Cassimcres. Ccttonades, Drillings, Summer Coat ings, Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts ; Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislie and Cotfon Half Hose, Ac, Ac We will take greit pleasure in showing onr Stock, fce! ingassuredwe will be ableto offer Mich inducements, as it regards style aud prices, as to be conceded by all. w. a. & J. g. McClelland. vashville. March S0.1"oa. S P H I N G T il A D E . T II 0JIPS0N & GO. NO. 21, t'ublio. Sjjjar. Mnslj-villr, HAVE rec-ived their New Goods, and oau ass'ire thir friends that they have never opened asprlugstock so attractive they would cU particular 'attention to their assort tacmof Rich Dress Goods Plain SiikdrabandFu'y Colors, Plain Berego, all colors. Rich Fig'd Beregi!S, Silt Lavender col's, French Organdies, " " Apple Green" ' Lawn, " " Lilae " Challeys, all colors, " lSCOjdiPlaidlndiai-k's, Farlindfor Kobes,s Rich Jfantil'a b"ill:s, Evening Silts, Bile Satin National, Bridal Dresses, blfc Urn de Shine, 2)W) yards very fine and shear Printed Linen Cacibricis at 50 cent. A great bargain GW yds (old fahionJ) Drab and Lead col'd Pongees for traveling Dresses. Jaconets, Nain soofci, India dimities, Swiss and French Muslins, Cambrics, Hair skirts, Hair and Grass? loth for SHirts. ACH (.OlII) . Valer.citIne3,lIorlt.in and Ecibronl'd Muketeer Collars, Cliemisctts and Sleeves, Swiss and Jaconet hrabroideries. Flounciues, Dimity, bands Kicbly Embroidered rjkirts, lilt Lsce Veils, Valinelciins, Bnglisa andimitation Laces &c. t I KifAATILIiAN-SpIenUldSllkMantlt'S. allstyles. Ap I AlJ. plique Lace 3Iantles Blfc and col'd Black Lace Points and carls, Velvettrimcd Lace Mantles All kinds of I.aco I aud silt; Goods for Mantlei Corsetsaud modes of all kind. I' ""i.vkTvs, ill. Irish Llneim, Linen Shettmg, Pillow J Linens, Table Diapers, Toweling, Meracillos QulIU, I Muslin and Laca curtains. Damasks, &c. MOUltniXi .K !?. Combazmes. Mlk Warp Al paca, KIkchally,flnedo Laiucs, Widow's cloths, canton crapes, Berege de lme, Forlard silks, Hdkfs, collars,etc. !CIiEiTArsoija.-Paraso!s, shadrs, "splendid Fans, Ribbonds, DressTriramlnss. Kid Gloves, We Mitts, silk Gloves, kid cut, Bonnets Misses Lc;hon flats, be.-t make of English silk and cotton Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents and Ladies. MR!Njnil2 llt WSlAli.-Clnths, ea'sinieros, Vestinss, cottanades, col'd Linens, Linen Drilling. Frenbh Linens, china slkcoatin;. Drab de etc, and summer cloths ofall kinds. Domestic Goods ofall kinds fcr servants, Prints chintzes, Giulianis, Berege de Lalncs. Woaolicitan oarly call, as we aro conadent our stock ofiVrsKreattnducementsto buyers. THOMPSON CO., mr. IB. ' No.21, Public Square. MOKKKICH GOODS. JUST RKCEIVKU BY KXPRESS. At Aicliol's Corner. IVo. in. roR.tiit or Tin Fq.mRi and .Markkt st. RECEIVED this day by exprees, romn very RICH and DES1KABLK DKESS GOODS to which I would cordially invito tho attention of my friends beins confident tbey wi'l be pleased both as reeardsstyles and Pricei,viz: Extra Kich Paris Silk Tissues; " Satin Plaid Painted Berages; " Brochie Damas de Veroa; " Super While Pl3in Satin; " Emb'd Linen Cambrics Hdkf; " Paris Trim'd Valencienne Collars and Sleeves; " " " Vest and Sleeves; ' Collars; And a creat variety of other articles call and see. ap 23. JAMES N1CHOL. No. 13, corner of Square aod .Market st. HEW ORLEANS. A CARD. BENJAMIN V. SHIELDS & CO., laving per niauently located themselves at New Orleans, offer their services as Commission amlJ-'orivardingMerclianU ant! General Agents, and solicit consignments of all kinds of Western l'roduce, feeling confident tliat they can and will give satisfaction to all who may entrust tlieir inter est to tlieir care. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held sacred and promptly remitted. p. S. Extensive arrangements made for the receiving and forwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates, from charges at this point- Ciders for Groceries and Insur ance Risks, with the collection of Bills, Drafts, Ac., attended to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO. a'jg!2 ly R. C. AND3RSON & CO. Fasililonalilc ClotSiInjr Emporium. On Market strtct, opposite Mazcy, .VcClure S; Co. HAVE now In store one of thepretticst assortments of Fash, ionable Spring and Summer Clothing ever offered In this markct.being an entire new stock, having the misfortune to have our lastsummer'sstock destroyed by the flro, on Union st. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretoforebestowed on them, they earnestly solicit a con tinuance of th8 same, and promise that nothing shall be wanting on their parlto give entire satisfaction to all who will favor them with acall. OarstockcouslsUin partof Black and Fancg Cloth, Doe and Crape Cassi meres, Drop D'ele Casstmeres, Linen, Alpaca, Dress, 'Prick Sheaney Cassimeres, Satin, Grass, and Sack Coats. Best of Black and Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valcnceis, Linen and MarseUes, some ofthem beautifully embroidered. ALSO a Rood assortment of Voutlis and Hoys, Clotliinp; Ham ol Every Description and style, amongst them some extra PANAMA, BRAID, FRENCH, KOSsUTII ANDMAGYR, together wllhevery article required for a gentleman's ontat. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestlngs, a fine assortment, which will bo sold by the paterns or made up to order in the most fash ionable style. Olveusacall gentlemen, we think we can couvlnce yon this is tho place to buy a goo di arUcelowfor cash. ran , IL STOSELAKE;' ' RATES REDUCED. THE Naslivule aud Chattanoogo Railroad v-Vt Company, and the Tennessee River M. M. Ssfci and Transportation Company, have adopted the- following rates ofTranspbitation on Freight between Nash ville, Tenn., and the various landings on the Tencesseo River. c S3 eg tuZZ FKOMN.VSIIVI1XKTO g ' S S" Fiasx d.s-Boots,Shoss, tiats,um-.ets, Dry i-oJ. gi;crUy, Cirarsiiilve ureases.'! In Vare.fnocks, . Wooden Ware, Light and Hollow Ware, LasuiiAS, Wool, Feathers, Grasans urootn.uraneesaniiMm ons, Hor-us ColUStovvj and Stoxe IVare. Tifts, Dracs in kces ana boxes. Saddlery, 1ai.dies, VaiUi leciionries, ac, per uxk pounas. ...TO .7(J .85 Sro.tD Class Suar, Coitee. Molasses, nails, Tin Plate. Bar and Pi Lead. Fish in barrels. tees, Kits. &c, IV'iii Jow Glas, Lot; jn yarn. lc- inestics, Hemp and itacs lu bales, Tobacco iu box. cs,RIce, Hide, Ealo HcpJt Baeeios, Cordage, Leaih-j erinroiissnii bvs. rlara ware. Glass and Qneen- ware In crates anrtbovrs, Lead aid fulnti in Clover Seed, Ctum.J canoiea, roap, cunei. Beeswax, Oils, Krandlts, Wines and otner liqaors, varnisa. inrpeniu.e, rcc, nor ftu lbs......... CO .co;. .C0l Totrd Clam Bacon, Lard and Pork In liTtt3 or barrels, Bar l.ou. heavy Casting, Oilua stones anu unureseu Marble per lMJlbs lis J.Ietaliper 1C0 lbs...! ....551....531....C5 05 Whisky. perbblof-lOgal.! 1 5'H $1 'sri si soi ;i po 52 ro 1 50 Salt, prbbl Flour, per bbl, and iialt sack Porter Ale, and Domes tic liquors, pvr bbl or-10 calons. ...... .... 1 00 i fto i co! i a l co! .83 1 TO 1 70 1 70 2 io; 15 lird. Linsoed, or other Otis or leunessec.uanu factnr3,perbbl oMOgals. Powder, serure y pack ed In casks orhogshe&ds nurlCO oounds 1 70 1 70! 1 70 110; 2 15 1 201 1 30 1 30 1 50 1 CO Carboys, itinera! Acids.; (at Company's conven ience,; eacn Piaiw Fortes boxed 2 30 10 OOj 2 50 10 00 ; 50 751 3 00 13 00 10 00 12 00' Cotton Gins boxed, and r ortablo Harrow's o r I ' 1 (taeenofthe.SouihJIU.s, eacn Plows (assorted,) and Cultivators, each..... .. S 50! 8 50 8 50; 0 50 11 00 5 50 501 50 1 G5I REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS. Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be in variably charged as 100 lbi. First Clas Rates. All articles of unusual size or weight, charged in propor tion to the trouble andexpense of handling and space occu pied. Goods in Packages not secure or insufficient for the pro tection of cou'ents, will be transported only at owner's risk. All claims for damages must be collected of tho party de livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods must be made within 60 days from date of shipment, or they will not be allowed. The above Companies will not be responsible for Leakago of Qils, Liquors, or otier Liquids, or for the Breakage of Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless they be securely Packed in AVoudcn Cases with their tops exposed. The following Articles will only be Transported at "Own er's Risk," a3 to Breakage, Chafing, Frost, Heat, Storms, Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, viz: Molasses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinnware. Green Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, looe, DcmijMis Fur niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Gwds, Fresh Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of every description, Boxes, Ci- f-,irs not Cased, Carboy. Acids, Looking Glasses. Musical ustrutnents, Bcoks and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and Slirubbery, Stoves an4 Stove Castings, Light and Hollow Castings. On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all inlennediato points, no extra charge will be made during the low waterseaiKHi, except that all articles carried at Ie."S than Third Class Rales, will then be charged at Third Class, but detentions anshig from low water are entirely attheriskof the owner. On Freight to Knoxville, ami all intermedwte points to Chattanooga, Twenty .five 25) cents for 100 lbs may be added during low water, bt in. po case is there any responsibility assumed for the de!ent4Jpt Goods during or on account of law water. Goods oonincd to C AV. Anderson, Agent, N. & C. R. R. C, Nashville, will be received ou the wharf, all charges e lid, and sent furward witliout extra charge for 1) ravage or ommission. No Freight received on the AVharf, nor charges paid, ex cept on Goods lor Tennessee river. Furnit ure and all other Articles not enumerated above sub ect to special contract. Emigrants with theirfamiliesand moveables taken through at low rates. Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa tion with rcgai d to or connected with this arrangement, will address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. k C. R. R. C, Nnsh ville, or Ja. Williams, Pres, Teuu. River M. 31. k T. C, Chattanooga. H. I. ANDERSON, Supt N. k C. R, It. C. J AS. WILLIAMS, Pies. Tenn. River M.M.& T. C. junei. NASHVILLE AND CHATXAN00SA EAILS0AD. jMimrtiure of Train. rjHE Express Passenger and Mail Train leaves Nashville J daily at " o'clock, A. ?d connecting at Decherd's at 10 o'clock, w ith Carter, Sims k Co.'s daily tine of Coaches, for Huntsville, Ala., and at Tennessee "Bridge at 12 o'clock, noon, with mail boats for Chattanooga. Passengers by thts Train have half an hour at Wartrace for breakfast; and if going to'Ciiattanoogaorlluntaville.rench their destination the same eremng. The accommodation Train leave Nashville daily (Sun da) s excepted) for Wartrace at half past 2 o'clock, P. M., connecting at AVartrace at (5 o'clock, P.M.,wish branch Train lor Shelby vitle which Train also makes a connection with the Express Train at AVartrace, at So'cloekin the morning so that Passengers can go direct from Nashville to Sliolby ville, morning and evening, by taking either the Express or accomodation Train as may be preferred. Arriealqf TraUv. Expresses daily at 12 and S." minutes, P. M. Accommodation daily at 10 o'clock, A. M., (Sundays ex cepted.) Tlirough tickets to Charleston, S,C, Savannah, Ga.,Chat tar.ooga. Tern., and Uuntsviile, Ala., to be had only ot'G, II. Slanglite.-, Ageut, at the Railroad, Stage and Omnibus OiTicp, Cedar street, opposite the Post Office. AVe Iiave established the above ofdee for the sale of tick ets lo all stations on lite N k C. R. R., nnd through tickets to the points above named, in order Jo avoid the hurry aud con fusion always occurring in procuring tickets, at "the Depot before the departure eta Train. The location is central and convenient for all and the Of fice open from 6 o'clock in the morning until o'clock at night. Tnerefore Passengers wlio neglect supplying them selves wi!h Tickets will be charged SO per cent over the cost of them on the Cars. It. I. ANDERSON, june 2-S '.53 2wd. Supt. N. and (3. R -R. FA! j I. AKKANCMri EXTS. FESIGHTS BETWEHN CHARLESTON AND NASH VILLE. EY an aiTEngemcat between the South Carolina, gSfU-. Georgia, Western and Atlanticand Nashrillej and Chattanooga railroads, goods will be brought" y""8'? throngh to Nashville at the following rates: FIRST CLASS. Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light good, per cubic foot...'. 32 SEcra'n class. Boxe Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Gras, Drugs. Con fectionarics, Catonhene, Spirits'Tunnliue, iu casks. l Ac, perHK) lbs. 210 THIRD CLASS. ; All articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer ated in tbctarifFofthe roads between Chattanooga and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had at tho Freight Agent's Office) per 100 lbs 1 25 Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must be plainly and distinctly mai ked 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 6c, and sailing ves sels at from 8c. to 7c per foot AVhen the Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed from Chattanooga fothe River, a farther reduction will be made, of which due notice will be given U. I. ANDERSON, Sunt N. k C. R. R. Co. N. B. The same difference will be made when goods are te be delivered at Decberd, ShelbyviUe and Murfreesboro," or other stations ou our road, a is now made between freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from the above points to Chattanooga, under the arrangement with the Tennessee River M. M. k T. Co. june 10 tf 1 -JOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! The subscribers D have the must extensive and varied assortment of CIothii!glorBoysrrom4tolt ever ottered for sale in the Union. Ordersfor Gentlemen's Clothing filled at the short est notice 1 Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have ' the privilege of changing them if I hey do not smt. ! F. A. HOVT k BRO. I S. AA. corner of Chestnut and lOst, Philadelphia. I Aprils, 1850 ly I Agricultural manufacturing company, j THIS establishment is now prepared to manufacture all kinds of AVcggons, Carts and Plows of every descrip- I tion and any other farming implunenU used in tins country, i The prices for such things will not be more than is paid j for them biought from other places. AVo are ready to re- I ceivc orders for AA'heel Barrows aud Carts, and other uten- ' sils for making roads. j nie Manufacturing of AV'aggons is under the Superinten dence of AViIson Mullen, who: work is Well known here i AVe respectfully solicit orders from the Pianlers and Merch ants in the surrounding counties for our w ork- One or two good W agon .linkers wanted immediately. Good prices i cs will be paid for first-iate workmen. . GEO. C. ALLEN. jimelu Lower Market Street. DR. T. J. COLIIURN Dentist. .6fipt&. ' Takes this method of informing the pub- (TRSISSa lie that he is located permanently at Trenton, -UjQ? Tenn., and is prepared to perform any operation, that he may be called upon to do, in tho shortest notice; plate work neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. He will visit occasionally, Jackson, Tenn.. and surrounding towns for the purpose of doing plate work principally. Persons wishing I new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to be of service to j them, are solicited to patroniie him, with the assurance that I satisfaction shall begiven, positivklt. orno pay octl4 ly aENULNESCIliaOAM .SCIINAPS. AA'ehave a few dozen of this tine Lignor. For sale at a low price at LYONS & CO, msyia ' - No. 19, Cedar Street. X. JR. K. NO PAIN KILLER: TO KILL PAIN wemu3tparalysethenerves,orinothcr words produce a jpahyot the part to which the pain hitler is applied. fdin.isv.il unnatnra bensation. arising from an injury or disease which, being t-ansmitted along the nerves to nroducers or Paralvsi5, or they are not what thev are recommended for. If tho. sufferer of pain is to underro a suspension of vitality, or if tho unfortunate arm or leg, or if the part of the body suffering the tortures of pain, is to suffer an attack of paralysis, we think the the remedTrrast 1 worse Hum the disease. And, if Pain is tohe JCilUil, then the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and the senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed also. If, on the other hand, it is not a "jatn hller," it is a-misnomer, and not what its advertisement claims forit. Rmhvay's Heady Ilelicf does, not Kill pain, but u suixtaes iu paroxy isms ana relieves the sulterer irom an painful and Uneasy "sensations. Radway's Ready Relief is quick in its action it instantly relieves, and immediately alter sch about rcraoviug the cause of the pain, it xi and cures, it relieves and removes the troubling1 cause, and hence the joy it infuses. li. R. it. -Its Two Actions. The primary action of Itadwny's Ready Relief is, to allay tbe effects of any pain ful causes that the human system may be visited with. Its secondary action is, to remove tile cause itself; this it will immediately sccomplish, for it is so powerful in action so quick and effectual, that the moment it is applied or taken the painful paroxyisms aro relieved, and the uusonnd parts made whole, strong, healthy and vigorous. External Paius Kheumntism. Radway's Ready Relief applied externally to the parts where ihe pain is felt, will instantly allay the paroxyisms, scatter the cause, or He eengeUtd dipo, irMcU cavre tAe jiin, raid; m a few mo msntsthe sufierer wilt be quite ey. U the. attack U re centa few" applications will ctue it. II Chronic, Railway's Renovating Resolvent, used in connection with the Ready Relief, is certain to cure Rheu matism in its luoat aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic Scutic nervous, muscular or inflamatory l for wonderful cases of Rheumatism, cared by R. It- It. Remedies, see Itadway's family Friend for the" mouth Of March, loiS a copy will be seut toall who wish if, free of charge, by ad dressing Radway k Co., New V ork City.) Pains around the I jver, Kidneys and Heart aro relieved, and the unnatural irritations instantly subdued by a simple application of R. R. EeKtf. Sick Head Ache R. R. R.will mall cases cure this distressing complaint. Its ant acid projierties when taken into the sioruach, will neutralize the acid, and make the stomach clean, and the breath sweet. lis counter-irritant efficacy, will produce a reaction wheu applied to the head, and invigorate and enliven, and refresh, the senses. Internal Pains. Diarrhea, Dysenteiy, Cholera or CholeraMorbus. The unnatural and violent irritations that aSlict the system while it is under the influence of these maladies, will, in a moment, yield to the soothing and pain-relieving efficacy cf the It. R.'Relief. It allays irritation, it arresU spasmodic action, it neutralizes the poisonous miasma that causes these painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor ates with warmth and sirengtn the cold, cramped, aud shrivelled limbs and joints, and restores each member and organ of the body to a healthful and rigorous condition. Radway's Ready Relief, aud each of the R. R- R. Reme dies, are made from the active properties of medicines. Nothing inert or inactive enters tlieir composition, so that the system is not clogged wiUi worthless and inert matter. In conclusion we would remind jhe reader that Sad way's Ready Rohe relieves tho sufferer from paiu (not kills.) and cures orremoras all unnatural causes of Rheumatic Neural gic and Nervous, or painful character. Kadvf ay'a Regulators, prepared from the active principle slone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants and Gums, will reg ulate and keep in a healthy condition, the bowel?, liver, heart, kidneys, skin, and all oCier organs of the bodv. They will cure costivnesa, indigestivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and all billious complaiuts and fevers. The ladies will find Railway's Regulators the very best reg ulator of the system, in assisting tardy nature in the dis charge of her monfhiy duties. So griping'pains or sickness at stomach follows their operation, but they insure to all who take them a pleasant and easy discharge of the offals of the system. Radway's Renovating Resolvent, is a powerful resolverof all diseased deposits that have been lying in the system for years. A puniyerof the blood aud a renovator of the whole body. lor further information of the wonderful pain-releaving and curative powers of the R. R. Remedies, the public arc referred to ounnonthly publications, or Guide to health, co pies of which can be had gratis by addressing as at our R. H.R. oflice, 162 Fulton street, Nevv York. RADWAY i CO.,ltf2 Fultou st. N. V. R. R. R for sale by Druggists generally. X JL ZIMMERMAN, AVhoJesa'e Agent for Tennnessce. MANDFlELtlS A CO, Memphis. IlL'DGIN, WELLS & JOHNSON, juiylj-12m Chattanooga. And Druggist and Merchants everywhere. DR. SOGERS' LIVER WORTH AND TAR FOR THE COMPLETE CURE OF Cuiiji', CoUa, lufiuetaa, A'Oma, Jironekitit, tpittimj of HlooJ, arid alt otier Liny Omtpiainis tewJitfj to CONS U2IPTIOX. THE CHEAT COUGH P.EJIEDY! "T EADER ! have you a Cough, which you are neglecting, under the idea that it is only a common cold, that it wilt soon "wear itself outf Let a friend tell you, in all kind ness, what will soon be the probable resiitt. Inashoit time, if you continue to neglect yourself, you will begin to feel a sense of tightness ana oppression across the chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains. Then a dry, hacking Cough will set in, and when you raise anything it will be a thick and yellowish, or white frothy matter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If you sttll take no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you will soon have Hectic Fever, ('old Chills, Night Sweots,Copi ous Expectoration, and theu Great Prostration. If you still neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see yon consign cd to tho grave, leovL-ig your friends to mourn how rapidly CONSUMPTION did it wort, and hurried vou away. Friend! have you no c.niseto De alarmed? In the above sketch you may see us iu a glass, bow cvcry case of Con sumption progresses, with more or less ranidity, to a fatal termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this gniat Destroyer has gathered to the tomb,-every single case began with a Cold ! If this had been artended to, all might have been well but, beingneg'ected. under the fatal delusion that it would " wear itseif," it transferred it! deadly action to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the flame, until these tubercles began to soften and suppurate, leaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in tho Lungs; At this crisis the disease is very difficult of cure, and ofteutimes sets at defiance all human means. In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes arrest the disease, or check its progress, and will always make the patient more comiorta lie, ami protoog inside, and is therefore worthy of atrial; but in its incipient orforming periods, Consumption is as curable as any other disease, and "Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Livenvorth. Tar, and Canrhalagna,'" if taken at this time, will cure it AS SURELY AS IT IS TAKEN This is strong language, but we can refer you to niunbeiless living wituesses to pruvethat it is TRUE! And therefore, we earnestly exhort every man, woman and child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med icine by you in the Ikhisc; and whenever you take Cidd, do not "let it alone-1 to work mischief ia your system, but eradi cate it thoroughly, at once, by this po'ner, fully BeidiBg com pound aud leave your Lungs uninjoicd, to carry yuu in full vigor to a good old age! A10TUERS! nave you deiicata, weakly children, who are always taking cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! There tievcr was case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold I And when your child goes to bed wheezing and coughing, yon know not that, before morning, Croup may not set in, and ere you can get a Physician, your dear child may be beyond the reach of heln. 'a besieofth vou therefore. as vim vafnft ! the lives of your children, keep -this mediciue by vou in the i house, and when your little ones take cold and commence ' coughing, give it to them at once, and rest not until the cagh is entirely subdued. AVe conscientiously aver, after the mostexteuded experience, that if this advice were followed, no chdd need ever die or CROUP, for the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at th's ag gravated and fatal stage Let every Mother, especially, heed well these remaifcs, that she may not hereafter, when mourn ing over theeariy blight of some cherished blossom, have occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect. It is an old adage, that "to be furwaroed, is to ho forearmed." Parents! so let it be in your cae. Re sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers' Syrup of LIVERWORT, TAR and CANCHALAGUA, and let no other be palmed on you. SCOV1L k MEAD, 111 Chart res Street, New Or cans, AVhoIesale General Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications forageocied must he addressed. Also sold by RERRY, jnlyl. Agents. H. G. SC0VEL, Druggist ami Apothecary, Xorthtide ofthe Puttie Square, 3 dvm Weft if thi XaehmiU Ian. AVhoIesale aad Retail Dsaler in Pacts, Urkshec, - Pkkjtoietit, Powoer, Oils. Dvb Stoits, Fancv Articxes, Snar, A'jenisiies, Glass; Gla.wabe, Ij-jiu, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, UTEJtO ADDOMIXAL SUPPOIiTEltSaml TltUSSES AVASIHTA OIL STONES, Drugs, Icdiciucs, Chemicals, &c. XasJirUIe, March 11, 1858. -tX(( LBS. PRINTER'S INK AVtnter. Spring, Sum XU U U merand Fall News, of Use best qnwHty, for sale by marchll H. G. SCOVEL. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, from Landreth, RWey and the Shakers, fur sale by H. G. SCOA'EL. G RASS SEEDS, in variety, for sale br marcnit il. (..fcuuv hi- LYON'S KATHAIKON, forthe Hair this article i? pop ular in New York city, as an admirable preparation, and an eflectual remedy for baldness and falling off of the hair, causing it to grow luxuriantly, rendering it soft; glos sy, beautiful and preventing its turning grey, fortale by 'march!! H. G. SCOA'EL. LYON'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER, for Dyspep sia, Gout, Rheumatism, Cramp, Ctioiera Mm bus, Cfiolic, Ao, Ac., which is one of the best preparations of the day a trial will convince the incredulous, for sale bv marchll H.'G. SCOVEL. aALVANISM Christie's Belts Bracelets, Fluid, Rings and Plasters, for sale by the only agent in Nahville, marchll H. G. SCOVEL. LANGHORN k ARMISTEAD'S SUPERIOR TOBAC CO, for sale AVhoIesale and Retail by marchll II. G. SCONEL. KIFLE POAVDER Counecticutund TennesseePdfle Pow der, warranted best quality, for sale by marchll IL a SCOA-EL. -TEATS FOOT, Refined Tanner's, Lard, Linseed and JL Castor Oils, for saleby ILO. SCOVEL. s MITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS, just received and for sale by mam li. U. SCOA'EL rpEAS Black, A'oucg Hj-son; imperial, Gunpowder, and X Extra Carious .Black Tea. These Teas are of good quality and liave given satisfaction, for sale by marchll IL (i. SCOA'EL. IT'OR SALE. A likely Negro AVomao, twentyone X vears old. AlisO A llrst rate Shoe Makerr23 yearsiold. h . juueH DABBS & FORTERi 1853 XISE XTLES 503TH 0FII05SJK3; Lauierdala Co., Ala. THIS GREAT FOUNTAIN OF SMAXTH -Ttcs.31 IS now ready forthe reccp- igjtfi. Jlg-gaEE tion of visitors. Many im-jgi provementshave been made since last season, ad all irao go now can be accommodated. It would be useless to at tempt to give a list of the many diseases cured by the nseel them almost Jftjie Waters. Hundreds have left for these Springs, sick and feeble, oa t ingdispairedof ever regaining health or constitntiop, but after a few weeks have returned to their friends welL and entirely free from the deadly disease that once Aad a strong hold upon them. Many prominent persons threoffhout fawn and country, and especially in Nashville, can testify to the above. A Regular Jlnil Lino of 1'oar-IIorse Coach w will run three times tier week to these Springs, leaving Nashville Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornicgrat I o'clock, arriving at the Springs the same evening, or if per sons wish, they can gatirvugX t daylight trithonl extra charge, by taking the accommodatixn coach to Colombia, and the Mail Line from there to the Springs. rum onir i or passage apply aline uenera. JfanuntKre fVil-J' KlnC IT Jl 1 TTf! UTVH Stage Office, Cedar Street. G. H. SLAUGHTER, june Agtnt, 1853. NEr7 ARRANGEMENT. 1853. CHEAT N ORTHERN HAIL ROUTE FrcraNaiiviHe to New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington. TWO Daily Lines of Stages leave Nashville every morn ingat 4 o'clock for Louisville via the MAMMOTH CA E Thk Gaiar woxnut or thi AVokuj. Also, via Tyree Springs, Bowling Green, Glasgow; and Rardstown, arritinrj at Louisville the next day, being out only one night. Three Daily lines of fine Steamers leave Lotrisvilie for Cin cinnati and AVheeling connecting at those places with the di&erent Railroads to all of the Eastern and Northern Cine-. FARE REDUCED. To New York 27. To Washington $24. To Philadelphia $24. I To Baltimore $23. Traveling time io New York, 8)5 days. Through passen gers invariably have preference. For all information or scats, apply at the General Stage Oflice Nashville. G. H. SLAUGHTER, Nashville, June 23, 1 W.-tf. Agent. N. D. AU Baggage at the risk of the owners. SOMETHING NEAV. rpHE SOUTH NASHVILLE FUltNITU:E I MANUFACMURI.NG COAIPAM. are now otta-nt gyspiennia asjunmcafc w uuo buu rwuiuuiibm ) nitureat their Depot on Market strcef.ThomasV 5l5.?anew buildimr. (between Union Hall and the 1 . m . , , . . c nt. 1 T7-..1.: Il . fcniuare.l which thev otier at nrices to suit Durchasers. I both at whole sale and retaiL They intend to give satislac tion to purchasers worS warranteu. Call and examine their stock. Orders for AVork attended to with despatch. R. IL GROOMS, lres't. AAMi-NAxra. Sec'r seplf'f " CASH! CASH!! YXTNTED atthe South Nashville Furniture Factory, of VV good SEASONED LUMBER 100,000 feet of 1VJ inch AValaut Plank wide ; ik,000 do do do do do; 50,000 do 2 do do do do; 1 00,000 do AA'alnut Scantling, 8 feet long, 4, 5 k 6 in. sq're; 100,000 do Cherry do do do; 100,000 do lineh Cherry Plank wide; 50,000 do do do do; 0,000 do 2 do do do; 50,000 do Ash,rangiogfromIJtoa in thick wide plank; Also, Poplar of all sizes used fur Cabinet purposes, for which CfcsS will be paid on delivery. Also, 25 or SO good CABINET MAKERS wanled, to whom fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need apply. jan!7 " NEW STOCK OF FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS. A. PATTERSON, Culleg street, XothrUU, TcMettet, HAS just received a large and splendid assortment of CABINET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS, At, which with his former stock, makes one of the largest and best assortments ever offered in Nashville. Those wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call. All work sold by me wdl be warranted. Nearly eighteen years experience in this city, together with a practical knowledge of the business, givesnim advan tages in selecting such articles us are unexceptionable in style and workmanship and hnisb, ljfifAlso, on hand, a large stock ot Fluor Oil CtvC, Soktr Lumps, Ointwlvles, Lootiiuj Giofes, Jlotrasres and duels, in great variety. All of which will be sold very low. Call and examine. april26 A. P. FUBliTIirRE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH. 4c TMIE subscriber has iust returned from the JL East, and is constantly receiving all kinds of ' FURNITURE. CARPETING. Ac HU stock at I present consists of almost every article in bis line ot busi ness, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would do well to call, as he is determined to sell low tor cash or on time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON, march 15 College near Church street. TRUNKS VALISES, and CARPET BAGS. WEhavejustreceivedalare and tine as sortment of Trunks. Carnet llisw and Valises, consisting of Sole, l!ag and Kipilv r Mttia-T-irallnrr'Tnintd a .1,1 "Tf,t,ni nluinf Sa.imr I sells, Wilton and'eommon Carpet Bags, which we will sell it low prices. ltOWJL5 CO, janlU Corner of College and Union sU., Nashville. HUCH HENDERSON, MARBLE 3IANTJF ACTTJBEE, On tie Square Xext to Gordo? Warehouse. "TTTOULD inform the people of Nashville and the sur- rounding country that he has recently improved and greatly enlarged his Marble Yard, and is now prepared to fill all orders iu the marble line at the shortest notice and on the most favorable terms for cash. He would call par ticular attention to his well selected stock of monument", mantle pieces, figures, garden figures, statuary. Fountains, Baptismal founts, Ums, A'ases, Tombs, Ac, many of which are of the purest Italian Marble, and from the chisel of the best European masters. HU arrangements are now com plete fur furnishing all kinds of marble, either of his own manufacture or imported. He has on hand a large quanti ty of Italian marble, in the rough state, which he will tell very low. House Furniture in Egyptian Marble of the best quality can be had at his yard, tie Hatters himself that he can now serve the public on as accommodating terms as any similar establishment in the west. A share of publia patronage is solicited. TmaySl- P.S The attention ofthe lovers of the Fine Arts is di rect ed to my assortment of Statuary. They are of the rar est and finest quality, aud of direct importations. JAMES GLOVLR. W. I DOTn. JC3I GENERAL AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, Xo. 50, Gurry Slrett, 4 doors from JJniderKi, NASHVHir, Tra, CLOVER & BOYD. (SCCCESSOES TO WILLIAUS A OLOVTE.) WILL attend promptly to Buying, Selling. Leasing, and Rentin r Real Estate, Btmxo, biiirxo, axd Hiblvr Nc I GBOES, (rAehavecomfbrtabIeI!)msandCellsfortakin i care of 100 NegToe3.g) Negotiating Loans, Bnying and I Selling' Stocks of every description, Collecting Debts in any part of tho United States, Ac., Ac Orders fur Negroes at tended to promtly, and instructions faithfully obeyed. RErecEXcrs. Gov AV B Campbell, Kx-Gov A V Hrown, DrJohn Shelby, AVTieless k HoDSon, Banitrs, Dyer Pearl k Co., Baxters, AV BShepard k Co., Banitrs, Col V K Stevenson, Gen S R Anderson, Cashier Biiat of Tennessee 0 Ewiug, duller Planters Bernl, J B AV'hite. Car H lAan eery Court, T T Smiley, Clerk Circttit Court, FR Cheatham, CUrk County Omrl, D T Scott, XtuteiBe hn, S M Scott dill Hotel. II Bridges, Setmuee, D Y AA'inston, L'nvxy Hall CHBachus, Verandah. ffebai. JUST RECEIVED FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA: A BEAUTIFUL LOT or Black and Fancy CASSIMERE PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best manner expresdy for onr retail sales in Nashville. AVe have aU a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full stock of GentleLicn's Furnishing Goods ofthe finest and most costly articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA A'ATS. STOCKS, AVHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality. AloDaviesand Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS or various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rra sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cednr street, near the l'ost OlCce. jamM CLIFTON k ABBOTT BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY. OXFBOXT, XEAB BROAD St'REET. THb subscriber respectfully returns hu thanks to the public for past favors, and so licits a continuance ot patronage in tne above 'line, also COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal ic Packings, Balbit Metal and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pnmp, and Pumps of eve ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass. june22 ly U. COLE. S500 REWARD. . TANAAVAY fiom tlie subscribers on the 3d of I Xi December last, N. J. A rights in Chambers I county, Alabama, TIIKbluegro lellows. lo-wic ' Dick, a black fellcw, about 23 years old, about S t feet 9 inches hitrh. trim made, teeth bad, has been- ; badly whipped, weighs about ISO pouuds. Edmond, a yellow fellow, aboct a4yearsold,about5feet7 inches high: i face quite bnmpv, well made, weighs about 1GJ pounds, do . scars recoilected. Both said boys were bought in Greenville 3. C Jim, is a likely boy, about 20 cirsoid, about , feet 4 inches high, well made, speaks on the Dutch order, weighs about I4t pounds. He was bought in Richmond, A's. If said boys are stolen we will give the above reward I for them and tbe thief, with sufficient evidence to coor.ct i him. or fifty dollars for each of them if secured in any iad so that we can get them. These negroes were taken up near Chattanooga but made their escape; they had changed their names and will probably continue topass bynames different from their true ones. Any inibrmatiou concerning said boys will be thankfully received by us at Greenville, South Caro- i Una. baid boys were taken up in Cbattanooga, Tenn., about the last of December, but made their escape again. They ! are, we think, making their way to Ohio. I AA'M. A. CURETON, f june23wlt. D.T. CURETON, I The Nashville Union, Tenn. and Louisville Journal, Ky. I will please give the above 4 weekly insertions, and forward tlieir accounts to this office for payment. Also forward, for the time, their papers to the subscribers. Greenmus (S. C) Mountaineer. AV. A. A V. T. CURETON. IT'OR .MEN AND BOYS. Clotns, Gasilmeres, Cot " touades. Drillings, Summer Coatings, Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts; Cravatts. Pocket Handker chiefs; superior Lisle and Cotton Half-Hoes, Ac, Ac AVe will take great pleasure in allowing our stock, feeling assured we will be able to oiler such inducements, as it re rarda style and prices, as to be conceded byalL may 31. AV. A. A J. G. McCLELLAND. OODS FOR TRAVELLING DRESSES. A complete assortment of the above Goods in store. Lace Good. &c Fine A'alencisnes I -aces and In serting, Lace Curtains, a large lot ot Fans, Appb'catiou and Black Lace Mantles, Collars, Ribbons, Ac. Ac maylt AV. A. A J. Q. McCLELLAND. A. A: J. G. JIcCLELLAND have in store a . large lot of Embroidered Swiss Muslins, Hair Cord Nainsook; Mull Muslins, very cheap. Rich Organdy Muslins, Berages and Linen Cambric, very cheap. mayl'j. 1853. BAILEYS SPRINGS,