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NASHVILLE BTEQ.M KARBLE -WORKS.
J AM IS S LO A V, Proprietor.
XAREETST-, OPrOOTR J!r.HXSO! HOUSE'S TOBACCO WABBJOBSE,
IhrUt Ifarermrj ,u tUe M rfiOl Corner of Summer and
HAVING made etonive entailment! in mr Marble
V0rfc3, iny finalities tie such that I can execute all
kmdsbfwork in the most tasteful manner and the latest style,
jut cheap ns it an be done in any of the lislern Cities.
By callingatjnv Wre-rooms, on the comer of Spring and
Summer street. s.iinen. may beseeu which will enable
persons lojudge tor ilieui-elves, which is the best method.
Having on lianj ail kinds of Marble from ErotTronefce.
Also, a tine assortment of Ilgyptiau, Italian and Americau
'Marble, "which I will sell Ion- to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, fiuixhed or in the nmi Mate,
A large assoi tnient of Muxumam, Tombs, Biitlsval
FOBXTS, UbXS, "ASKS, GABMU VlOTKES, Gjuvb Swes, Ac.,
carved and lettered loonier. FrKsmrrtE Mauble executed
to order and teul In auv prtnf theSouth-West as cheap as
it can be procmed from the KasL AL-o, Mabulk, Maxtki-s,
of ever description, plain Or curved. Bitiliumu SroxK, .old
Whole-ale and Retail. - , .
All order left at m Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
and Summer streets, trill meet with prompt attention, illy
friend generally will tind t lo (beir interest to rail and ex
amine uiy stock beS.re imuhasiiur elsewhere. Thankful to
uiy old friend and cu't ! for their liberal patronage, 1
hope brstritt attention tobu.-rfiiesslo merit a coutinitmce
of their favors. JAMfca SLOAN,
CornerofSpring and Sunnier streets, Nashville
mUE iinderwirned would itooectfuilv iu
I form thrtir fiieoil and the, Dublic that 21.
,1??- ,.u..i..t-., t!,.. .tii,l ,f P.: T. Watson. No.S4,
Deadericksf.,lieie theyiuteud to carry on COACH MAlv
1 NU in all its bra.ictie-s. We will keep constantly on hand
ttn. as3ortmwnU.r I'jtringe-, which we wilt dispose of ou
UMSonahla lenit. Csn napes if every description made to
order pnmiptlv. Repairing done on reasouablc terms, and
the pufemay rel uptKi setting their worliwlieu promised.
Work enlniste 1 Mais will bo wan-anted to be of the best
workmanship and materials.
JBLAOliSMlTlIIVG. Every description of BLACK
SMITH'S. WOKK executed iu the beat manner ou liberal
JSTHORSE SHOEING. We have inour employ experi
meed HORSKSHOER, and the public may re! von-grtrry
their bars slvodiM the neatest maimer. All worltett tt n
to our aire will be under the immediate sopericUtd a. ti
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat
Ufactiou to alt We repectfully solicit from the public a
liberal share of their patronage
fab 2 ly ORAM A SHEPHERD.
1833. KEW AUHAMGkMlUfl. I85j.
GHEAT AUitTHER.V -TIAID KOUTU
ProaiNaahville to flew Vork, Philalclphia, Ealtimore,
TWO Diilv Line? of SUes leave Xashville every morn
injjRU o'cloektor Ixmisrille via the MAMMOTll CAVE
Tue Gbsat wxn,.a of the Would. AUo, via Tyree
SprinjM, llaviluij; (ireen, Glasgow and itardstowu, arriving
at LouWilletlienext dav, being out only one night.
Three Daily line of tin? Ste-iuti-s leave Lmivil!e for Cin
cinnati and 'Wheeling coniieciiiiy at tho-e jilaces wilh the
different ILi1ro.uU lo nil of the Eaateniaud oithcrn Citii'S.
Toew Yurktir. I To Wiishinpton $2i.
To l'hiladelplji.i 24. To IJaltimoie f 23.
Travelin-f time io New York, SJ days. Through passen
gers invauably liave preference.
For all iiiloi-nutioii or heats, appli-at the General Stage
Office Nashville. Ci . H. SI-AUGHTER,
anhville, Jtnte 2S, r.S.-tf. Agent
N. II. All 1 ijrgusir at the risk' of the owners.
rURNITUKK, CARPJrriiVG AND CHAIRS.
Oil- m efi'tft, Sit'hciUe, Teiuwtt,
HAS jn.-l reoeive.l a lan;e and splendid cs-sortment ol
CAHiNKT FURNITURE, OAltl'ETlNti, CHAIRS,
JLa.wliichwitlilii't drnier stock, inake one of the laret
and. best aronmeiit ever ofToie.l in NaJiville. Tl,e
'wantmg; good and ubUuli.tI articles, would do welltocall.
All vrcrK soll bv will bu w-.irranted.
Nearlv eifhUn 30.1m oxperience in this city, together
with ap'raeiicalkno-vledeiit 'the business, gives hinindran.
taes in .se4etiii; such articles a.-i aie unexceptionable in
stvle and worknun.-hip and tiuisli.
-,s"' ":l " a Urtje stock of Floor Oil (StUi,
&iir JjUTiqi; itu-airU, 1n.Hiuj (rilW', Mnlrateet aud
O'wlf, in reat Tunetv. All of which will be sold very
law, 0U mid examine. aprilii A. 1.
jauis niVKK. w. l. norD.jfs-
OEIfEaAL AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
X". 5', Oit, rg Street, 4 iiMrt from Jkailerici;
GI.OVISK V JIOYI),
(pochshs to nLHAs k oujrEn,)
"TTTTIlil. attend jtmmptly to Raying-, Heliiug, leasing:, and
'V Rentin Rwl IVtal, Ih'vivo, Slllino, ami HirimiNc
onnk.3, fJ3"WelinicHi(iii1able Roonisand C'eiNfortakin
. inre ol f"'' Ne vI Nej?tiatii:jf lwi:", Riirinf: and
Sellmjt Stork ! rim ilr cnpii'in, llli'rliii;I)eWMii any
part ot tta-liiiitrtl S.ate-, Ac, &a Oidcrs t'r Nettieb at
tended lo imtniilv, and inviiii'jtious failhfiillv olmnl.
IItlKiiiiCts. - liov W IE Campbell, Eic-Unv A V Rrown,
Dr.Iolm Shelhr, Whrie-v. A Hob-oii, luiiibr. Dyer 1'e.ul
A Co., Jt'tuln, W RSliejMid .v Co., llaiAir; Col VK
Steieuin, Gen S K AuilnrsiMi, (iiiitj '' Tmnunte
" 'wing. C'tt 'fr l'UuUit 7.W-, .1 It White, ','it- 11 Olun
0-r, T T Snnlev, ' v'i t '-'- mil Vunrt, F R t'heatham
I- iJt'Hutii 0'r;, It T Scott, XhrilU In, S M Scult
'WrfW, II Hridges Auw, 1) Y Winston, Union JfiU
' lichiii, IVrt(,ti. (feb 2d.
BELL AND UBASS FOUNDEY.
OX Fti 1 XT. XF.lt: V.HOAl) ,rllF.KT.
. 'iW. SHlsribeT resjctfullv returns hu
(ir$ tluiikx to ihe pnWic for past favors, aud no
jtzj lieitacmiitimianceof palronagein the above
ssTilliie. als, '
COI'i'KR AND SHEET IRON MANTFACTURING.
TtiPther wilh every dc-senpti.m ol .Metal; Turnings Metal
ic 'acting, li.ilbit iietal ami Castings.
SM Foil As, ta-neri'ors, Alel'iimps, and Pumpsof eve.
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired at thort
Casliwill liejaidat all times for old copper and bras.t
juneJa ly R. COLE.
KENTUCKY MtLITARY INSTITUTE " '
DIRECTED by a Hoard of Visitors appointed bythe pi
Siaie, is under the Siiieriiide:idence of Col. It. ft)
T. 1'. AI.I.KN. a distinguished graduate of West 1'oiutfSl?
and a praciio! linjfiurer. aideil by an able faculty. ITy
Tlie umiix- of siudv is that iimi.iHv taught i 1 the best I J
(iillrges, wilh Ihe addition ol" nn extended courseof jJ
Matlieiu ilic, Nalional Sciences, audTheorelicand I'ractical
'flie Imiidmgs of the Institute will be entirely refilled, and
an-mpHiifnls made for heating them with steam befrue the
js'!iiii il the riisu'.uglull term, which u ill lender the In
simile finitely usiwpialled in regard to health, convenience,
-and agiivabh'nes.101' 1 evidence, as it isalietidr lulhorough
iip ofhistrttcttou and fttictness of guu'rniiient.
Tltei'vwilh aniiiitl tirni will ojiciion the second Monday
in September, l .. ljitire charge ?10iJ)er semiinm'al
j-esion, (sur5Hi'.s lee 5i extra, I paiable in advanre.
Address tne Supermu-uueut, ai llilitaiv lnstiiute,
Franklin enmity, Keiituckv," or the undirsigniO.
P. DUDLEY, President!.! the Roanl.
laiivi!lr Journal, St Imis Republican, PuLsbnrg Gazet
te, Nahville Repubiiean ilauuer, Nashville Union, and
Memphis lUgle, will (Wblish in city and country issues, to
the amount of Sk, and tend bill to the Supeiiuteudeut al
Ihrt Institute. jnly !5, ls.i.,ui
THE STATE MUTUAL FIRS INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PNN5 YLVASIA.
(yfccix Cc!irlrrti,u?tr tk Mutual Wd(' Oftfft.)
AilsTRACr OK ASNt'AL 1-T.VTtMhNTsTO MAY liT. Mi.)
Asm-Is .May 1st, lbS2 2f.oi5 Si
Premiums for the yearendinj, May 1st 'hi .. 1S5!."iO 00
Interest ou liOans, "Ac. 7 .' 1116 UO
Guarantee Stock, additional to above HWKiO 00
looses, Expenses, returned Premium', Ac,
x to Jlay 1st.
M Mav 1st. 1S55
trrauinlraccuiuulatiiii; Uaintal l tuts Cunitmur lstlie
best u,irutee of its entile roll biliir. Risks taken o:i the
most uiudei-Jte terms, and los.es uilju-ted Aud met heix".
JOHN G. l'liUGUSON, Agent
fllHIS road now complete, it opens a cnnimuiiicatUin be
L tcen Pittfburg aJ PliiUdelihia,orPitt5lnr and Balti
nioro. By which Freight tnttn the nest can reach aueustern
uiArket (juickeraud chvaper than by any ol the pre nt rival
oule: ihev connect wilh Ihe daily inckuts at Pittsburg,
lr.ua SI lauds, t)uivil Ciuriiinati, Wheeling, nnd all the
dl,7rent points on the western vtaiers. Also with the Cleve
land and PI tub org Rail RoaJ, and Ohio and Pennsylvania
Rati Knad at Pittsburg. Cars run through between Pittsburgh
aiul Pliiladrlphfa witliouttrsiislilpiueni or freight, au U'lvan
tagelhat can be appreciated by all shippers.
In case of obstruction . f navigation by ire or low water
freights westward can be forwarded from Pitlsbiirj to Cin
vinuhll, oriowns in the interior bv KallrnaJ.
It ITLS OV FItKICili r
Between Piltsburgand Philmlelphla or Bltmore.
t-'irt Citing. Winter SUMHter
Pry floods, Boiks anilStatioTiary BoH,i er 100 lbs.
Shoe., Hats and Carpeting. Furnand Pel K SI 75cte.
tries. Feathers, Saddiery, A-c. "
Krnwn Sheeting A Shining In lttlcs.l
I)rug.Glass Ware, Grocerlts, except Col-1 85cts. 60 cts
llee, Hard ware. Hollow Ware, Machiucry,
Oil clath, Wool, vc. j
' Third Clns.
Botterin Firkins & Kegs, Candle., Cot--)
ton, fin winter,! Queou.irare, Talloa, i 73 Cts. 50 els.
Tokarco,ln learor ilaiiufactur.d, Lhnst-J
ward, &c. tc. J
Baron. Cotton (In summer,) CoSee, Lard )
aadUrdOil, (ibrongh) Pork In full car. i- 05 Cts. 40 cts.
loads at owners risk. J
tieo. C. rranclscni.
Freight jignt, PUttbrrg.
K, J. Sncedcr,
Freipkt Agent, PhiteJclplia.
ittnpravr A Kton,
Freight Agents, Baltimore
J. t,. r.llintl.
Freight Agent, .Ye..-; JTett it ,JY. 1".
11. it. ttuiisi.m,
(leu. Freight jigent, Philiielrhia.
march Hi. 185?. ly
JOHNSON, hoiim: V CO.,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL GROCERS,
Commission nnd Forwarding Merchants, and Storers of
Cotton ani Tobacco.
Corner ef iSarlc.t ami Jlr,. .,1 ,V, XJireUe. Teem.
' ji'lv 3. Ib5t.
LADIES FINE GAITERS AND SHOES.
nrxnvEi) nv kxtkiss.
T A DIES' Super Blk French Lasting Gaiters, .plain toes i
j Brown ltal'u Cloth - '
" ' Molccol'd " " .
" French Mo (tip'd) half Oaitrrs-,
" ' Pump Soled and Welted Ba;
.1 . Excelsiors;
"Elegant" Slippers, plain nnd tiimiuc.1;
MISSES' " J'alent-Iather, K Mo A Goat Boots;
. GUILDS' " ;
A suiierior assortment bv Wliolesalc or Retail.
" DAMAGE A CHURCH,
nng 1R No. 42, College street.
6 tierces fresh Rice, jut received, and for sale
july29 JOHNSON, H0RNE A CO.
FEBEINS & CLACK,
ConimissJon nnd Fot waraing Ierclmnti!,
" Cotton and Toiiacco.Factdrs,
Oi'rHrr of 'Gifye and iiri ttfcttt, Xathtif.
rOFFER--200bags-Rl"; to bags Havana;
' Su do lAgityatie DO do Java.
rlOAUS 2n,tKXiJtnp. UavatSa; IS.OcO Amencan;
loQAWCnbaC and. Melee Cigars;
C NDL1S 20 aoxes Sperrti and Star;
2O0 boxes Sterina an Tallow; f
COTTON YARNS A lo' of -assorted. oa- Osnubuns su-
pcrioi quality at mannfaduitrs prices;
FRUITS 1 00 bxsltaisins, assorted sizes; frtidnuns rigi;
M frails Almonds; bblsPecaus
FISH SO bancU and ha'f barrels Mackerel;
7.. Kits Mackerel; 12 cases hardines;
FL0UR-200 bbls (Jalligo; u. uw'ii
75 do SL Louis (Harrison;)
GUiSS-ScHlboxe Lindim- all sizes;
la.-, do Qt., PL, and i I'U Masks; ,
73 do i'mt lumocrsana i.ODieis; . -, .
CO do Sqiutt and Cap Jais; , -
f0 Dcmijons, five and three gallon;. , - r
IRON Tenuessee and Pittsburg-, assorted Rizei, ,r
LIQUORS 15 cases Lrnduti Porter quarts and pints;
10 cavfl Scotch Ale " "
75 barrels American and French Brandy; , '
9.-) do Apple and Peach "
4i)0 do -W hisk-, various brand?; - .
rS do Holland Gin; 25-do JR E.-Riim;
do Wine, various kinds; . 1
loo do Cider Vinegar; i 1
MOLASSES 150 bbU aud ) bbls leboiled and SHouse;
75 bbls St Louis and N 0 Golden Syrup;-,-NAILS
150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 do Wheeliugy " .
l'lCKLlii 15 cases choice asserted Pxkles;
10 coses Tomatoe Catsup;
SUGAR 1 IK) hhds Louisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Cmshed and
Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (LoveringV)
SPICES-i-lObagsAllsince; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Itace aud ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks line and cease;
1S.' sacks lhiiry and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes ban ' 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 15 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
T015ACC0 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jennv LiuJ, f npcrior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, ' Lead,
Powder, Shot, Solseratus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac., Ac
Tor sale low for cash by PERKINS 4 CLACK.
t"Liberal advances on consignments.
"WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and Itrd;
Dried Fruit, Feathers. Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we wiU pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
,llay 3 PERKINS A CLACK.
S UGAK. 200 hhds Prime New Sugar;
50 barreU Clarified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaf Sugar;
Stf" do Crushed do; 10 -do Powdereddo;
Justreceivcdand for saleby EDWARDS A HARRLS.
"TTOJLASSKS, SVRUP, A:C.T15y,bbIs Prime Mo-
.TJL lasses; uuis ouagr 1 iousc jioioscs;
10 bbls Goldeu Syrup; 20 kegs Golden Syrup, just re
ed aud for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS.
Ori'.EE. 300 bags Green Rio Coffee;
ltl.1 hairs Lairuvra CoUee 50 bass Jago ionee;
2i uo Java uo, jusi receiveu auu lur saie uv j
v invitiiK - u.imtlst
ro . - , , - , 1 r- i 1
iiiavss 'lJ ......-
oALT, NAILS, 4c-1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
.HW bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
500 kegs. Nails and Brads, for sale bv
tiiaySS EDWARDS k HARRIS.
IGAIIS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
lOi'.OOO Imitation do do;
100 boxes Melee Cigar; for sale by
may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
ANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles;
20 do Sperm - - do;
200 do Star ' do;
10 do Mould ' do;
For sale by may2j EDWARDS k nARRLS.
-'A BBI5Nol, 2 and 3 Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial,
OU erel; Black and Gunpowder,
lOn kits No 1 and 2 .MacKerei; ,nu duis inegar;
2" do Salmon;
luO bxs Scotch nerring";
5 do White Wine Vinegar,
100 boxes Soaii;
50 do Starch;
50 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do CnuJied do
10 do Pow'd do,
3 tierces Dried Beef,
lOOboxS Chewing Tobacco,
50 .casks Caib.Soda,
10' bags Pepper,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
. 5 do Alspicc
-5 ceioons Indigo,
2 hhds Madder,
10 bags Ginger,-
10 boxes Gr Pcimcr.
100 bxs M R Raisins;
50 or bxs do do, -
5 tierces Rice,
20 frails S S Almonds,
15 bags SS do,
25 p.tcks Pecans,
'i'l do Cream Nuts,
2 cms Prune,
5 do Citrons,
2 casks Curraute,
.' hf bbls Cranberries,
1" cases Pie Fiuits,
20 -do Pickles,
2 do Pine Apple Cheese,
MO do Rent's Water Crackers,
l.i do Pepper Sauce,
20 do Sugar Crackers,
20 do Soda do.
20 cases Toughson's; Bit
ters, 25 cases Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Syrup,
200 reams Wrapl'aper,
10(1,000 Corks, assorted,
10 do Picnic do
50 bbls Water and Butter
With a irrcat variety of other articles, for sale by
I miTr EDWARDS A lLVRP.IS.
7 RAN DIES, WINlCS, Ac 2Uqrcisks fine Bran-
u uo jiiauiiy oneirics,
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 pipes pne Holland Gin,
1 hbd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Civil do.
100 Bbls 'Ohio Whisky, :
50 do 1) D Country do.
20 do Penn. Rye do.
100 do Amencan Brandy,
0 casks ,ondon Porter,
UK) bbls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, da '
20 cises Newark Cider,
10 hf pipes do do
25 do do do
5 5t casks old Madeira,
5 )i do Sherrj',
,S0Jf do Port;
'flu S Malaga,
50 Raskcts Champagne,
MfimmV Flcur de Seller
Anchor, Bonche, A other
25 cases Cordials.
30 do Claiet Wines,
20 do Muskat do.
In store and for sale by
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
AUD OIL. 50 Bbls No. 1 Lard Oil, lor sale br
EDWARDS A HARlHS.
JHcCRKA .V TERRASS,
Corner of Broad and CoUege Streets, NasivUie, Tenn.
Agent for SmUlt J'ilU"irih awl .Vh'tTtiuj, X X X, ami
PALE ALES, PORTER A- BROWN STOUT.
HAVE nowinstorethe following, which they will sell
at nttsburgh ririccs, (transportation added) to-day :
125 Bids (1W Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summernse;
150 " Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;
ltxij do do for family use;
20 Casks Bottled do;
may22 ly to.
O lfevR AND HiOLASSKS 175 hhds Prime New
0 Orleans Sugar.
75 bbls Iioa', Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar,
150 do Reboiled MoLis.-es;
100 )4 bbls do; 2u kegs Golden Syrup; in store
and for sale verr low, (or Ca-li or Piodtice, by
iay -n " McCEEA k TEIHIASS.
COI'I'EEri5LOUR7 CANDLES, &C.--C00 bags
Rio Collee; 50 do Laguaru do,
2oo bbls Sup Flourj Tat ions brands;
1C0 boxes, i boxes, and l4 boxes Star Candles;
75 do Summer and Tallow Caudles;
GO do Dovles Superior Soai; 70 do Starch.' For
tilcveiy low, by may21 McCREA A TERliASS.
IltON.NAILsTcAVi'INGS, STEEL & AXIZS.
130 Tom Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
Son Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittbuigh Castings;
5-)0 lbs English Blister, Crawley and Cast steel;
2i Boxes Axes. Fur sale, bv
,llayjl McCREA A TERRASS.
Y 10,lI01tS.--k pities Brandies, sxane terj- tine;
l Cask pin c Holland Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puuclicou Irish Whiskv, very die;
25 M Caks Port Wiue; 5 Casks Sherry; ;
10 do TenueiiDe;
25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and epiarts;
S Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries;
4c Bbls Robertsuu county Whisky;
5 do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
50 do Copper distilled Whisky;
(in do Mouongahela Kj e do; GO do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; 10 do N. 11 Rum;
:15 do Sweet Malaga Wiue; in store, and for sale on lil
cral terms, by maySl McCREA A TERRASS.
rpOUACCO AND CEGARS 25 boxesLanghoni
1 and Annistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
30 boxes Mmcodam Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky do;
60000 Havanna Cigars, various brands;
.OOtWMMela Cigars; 2w00 Cuba Sixes do;
mav21 McOREA AlhRUASS.
ALT. 1 loo Bags fine Salt.
lluO Banels Kanawha Salt, lor Fale low uy
ma,-l SICCliliA & ThltUAJS-i.
O UNDRUX 5 Ban-els Brimstone; 20 doCopieras,
O 10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
5 do Aispice; 2 cases Indigo;
fiocases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, 3 casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Slint, asorted; 20 Casks Soda;
.60 Boxes of Jennr Lind and Quart Flasks;
100 do Pint and' Half Pint Flasks;
200 Gross Mason's Blacking;
100,000 Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
no Lbs. Dried Beef; 4ml Demijohns, assorted.
Tlie above will be sold verr low at tlie corner off Broad
and College stieets, by " McCREA A TERRASS.
niay21 n r..
BY NICHOL fr PEACOCK
-VTril ITE LEAIJ. 500 kegs Sclioonmakor's celebrated
V Pure Wbito bead, direct from the .M.inufjcluri-r.
6pS.r MCHOl, A- PRACOCK
ITMUU.-200 bbls White Wheat Flour,
500 do f Ur Lrands, do do
ap 23. NICIIOT. A- PEACOCK.
NIOHOL & PEACOCK.
"VVSTEKS 5n boxes Robinson & Wentz's celebrated
V splcM Oysters,
keep In any climate.
splcM Oysters, put up In Glass Jars; warranted to
LAC III It A eOFrKU. SJhagsLagurla Coffee prime
25 do Jamaica do
op y-I NirilOL & PKACOCK.
CltUSIIKD SUOAK. ISbbls Sugar.
j NICHOb A PF.ACOOK.
HI Mi. 1'. 1U0 bbls WhisSy.
NlCIIOl. A PEACOCK.
SOU bushels Millet sail fresh.
XICHOL & PHACOCK.
20 dozen Shaker nrnoms.
NICHOb fc PKACOCK.
Bi:i :OItN AND l'MIUOH I.IMW...50
dozen snperiorCottou Bed Cords and Plough Lines.
ap.93. NICHOL & PKACOCK.
mAIt. 30 bbls North Carolina Tar.
-Llap 23.1 NICIIOI. & PBACOCK.
l?lli."l TIKKCE 50 ugar Fiei.lmt received by
.r Jan. 23. . DAVIS 6c SWANS.
GROCERIES, &c, &c.
( HHDS N. U. Sugar; 20 bags Gov, Jata Coffee;
K) bass Rio Coflee:
20 do Jjb- ' 3do;
5i usirrels jlotassc;
50 H- do;
10i)Packages ot Mackerel
,ju barrels half ban els
" quarter and kits;
10 Kits No. 1 Salmon;
20 boxes Scotch Herrings;
loo do Sardines;
200 Cannislers Ixbsters;
120 boxes, i bx and V
bxsM. R. RaisitLs;
4 Tierces Hire;
E Casks ante Currents;
10 barrels S S Almonds;
5 do Peoan Nuts;
-2 do Cream Nuts;
2 do Eng. Walnuts:
10 Casks S Cur Soda;
20 bags Black Pepper;
SO banels Loaf Sugar; -10
boxes 1). R-AW
10 bairels Crushed "do;"'
10 do Powdcied Bugar,
120 doCl-rified do;
011 boxes Stexrine Caudles
M Vi Star doJ
A) do Starch; - 5
ivo. do Soap;
5 casks extra cured dried
50 barrels Cider Virirgnrj
200 kegs Nails, all sizes;
00 boxes Chewing-Tobacc,
dilfetcut brands; -10
boxes best Smoking To
bacco; 60 Chests and boies G reen
and Black Teas;
- 6 bags Aispice;
With numerous other articles In tl.o tmwri;,. a r.
, c J iiui.iuuh;!
sale low for cash br good paper by :
lec5 r S.CIIEATHAUr nrt
7?INE URAM)1KS. M INKS. &c
X 2oi pipes pure Brandy, diDerent brands
co superior do, old;
Mipenor uo uu;
50 baskets Cbamparne." diDerent brands:
5 quarter casks Madeira Wiue, old and line;
5 do fine I'ort
2(3 do good do
10 bbls 1'ure S M Wine;
x pipes llullanuuiii;
2 casks Jamaica Hum;
lO.boxes assorted Cordials;
25 do Claret Wines;
6 do CuracoaAbsyuthc Maraschina;
IOO.OCh) Imiiorted Havana" Cisarsr
50,oX) Domestic Cigats; for sale by,
CnEATlLUl A CO.
DOJlJiSTlC LIQUORS. 5o0 bbls rect'd Whiskr;
100 bbls D. Distilled Whisky, superior; ' ..."
10 do old Rre Whisky, Pure;
50 dd N. Y. Pale Brandy;
10 do N-E.Runi;
20 do S.M. Wine; for sale br,
decj E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
SUGARS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old
150 bbls refined sugar Richland Refining;
-25 do S. R. Loaf Sugar;
20 boxes D 11 Brcoklin LoafSngar;
20 bbls Crushed do - do do;
' 20 do Powdered do do do; '
Ju-t received and for sole low for cash hr
pl E S CHEATHAM A CO.
ITXOUR! TI.OUR:: We have in store 500bbls
? Flour, fresh giound and n arrauted good.
Also. 200 bbls St LouU Mills, 700 bbU Ligan Milis,
200 do Mason's Red River, COO do OrendofPs.
All choice brands, which we offer to the trade at low
rates. jan8 E S CHEHTHAM A Co.
& LASS WARE. 200 boxes Qurt, Pint, and Hair Pint
So- boxes quart bottles; 50 boxes ass'd tumblers;
50 boxes jars-r-gallou, half gallon and quart;
2 casks hue decanters. For sale by
dec". E S CHEATHAM k Co.
Ba Green Rio Coffee;
10 Hogsheads So car.
50 litis. KcboIleJ Molaues;
25 Hoxes Palm Soap;
2i0 Bbli. Pikes and Wilshlres Whisky.
30 do Domoftlc Krandyand Uln;
5 do S. M. Wine;
50 Rags assorted Cotton Yarni;
2 X Pipes Old Cojr. Brandy;
100 Hags Una and Coarse Fall;
500 ltbls. Kanawha do.
sou Kees assorted Nails:
23 do Wrought Spikes.
3U Bbls. No.r Rosin;
10. do TAR;
300 Bbls. Ohio Flour;
25 do St. Louis, do; '
SO Bales Oakum (Hemp.)
10 Reels do (Cotton.)
10 Bbls Lard Oil;
20 do Loaf, Crashed and Powdered Sngar;
4 Chests Jenkins 0c Co. 's Teas; - :
25 Colls Manilla Kope; ,' -
500 t's Cotton Wrappipg Twine;
50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread;
t. w wiih i J V Tr a u 'i?n t-rcSe"! , .
Together with. Indigo Madder, Allspice, Ginger, Black-
inr,aiasmra,Aimonas,i;reamriois, Mar ana tallow Uan.
dies, Dried Beef, Brooms, Demllohns, Starch, Soda, Ground
In Store and lor sale by
K. STEWART & CO.
)l)(.tCUHi;,if t'JLoun.-50bags verj- fine Pitts-
a- uurgucKwueai riour.re ceiveaauu lorsaie uy
a. : l, iri.-i-1 oi m.
K. STEWART & CO. j
and for sale, bv
ruml,errie 5 Bbls received
R. STEWART & CO.
rjiOHACCO. 15u Boxes Keen k Co., Stony Mill's Tu- j
50 Boxes Keen A Co., Suncured Tobacco;
1W do Stubblcfield do;
150 do Boaz do;
150 do Godwin's do:
For sale by jauS W. H. GORDON A CO,
G LASSAVARE. 2oo Boxes Pint Flasks;
If 100 Boxes Quart do;
500 do Tumblers, assorted forsale by
Jan5 W. H. GORDON k CO.
CIGARS' 5 Cases LasTres M areas Regalia Cigars;
I. ... -r . i ,--
5 cries La National
5 a Jennv Lind
6 d Wandering Jew
2 do Spotted Cathedral
2 do La Fiel
3 do Monte Crisfo
50,000 Days Melee
Forsale by janO W.
-to hhds Sugar:
25 BbU ".lactrel;
10 mr. 10 Qr.20 Kits do;
75 Bbls Molasses;
125 Illf. do;
120 Bbls St Louts Flour;
100 do Cincinnati do;
25 Boxes, 25 half, 25 Qr. Rslslnj;
JiSO Drums Figs;
150 Beams. W. Paper;
100 Boxes Tobacco, various brands;
250 Bbls rectified Whiskey;
15(1 do Domestic Brands;
135 do do Gin; ' 1
125 do do Wine:
125 Bbls Old B.iurbon Whiskey;
25 do oldMonongebala
10 do " N. K. Rum.
50 Boxes Claret Wine.
21! do Pale. sherry do.
5 Casks Maderla do. ; t
And forsale low by
dec. 11. J. C. FKKNCH cV C
SODA WATER APPARATUS, or vuiiiufac-ti-riny,
Jratrmg andMtltiuff, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, mauufactiucd and for sale, with ex
plicit printed diieclionsforitsue, bv
COEXEE OF MUST AVEXCB .AND EEET,
Opposite Bellevue, Ntw Yonic
The onlv establishment devoted exclusively to the manu-
lawmcuitjuiM a .iiwkviii.i ci i , in me unueu
. 11 1. . C 1.1 .. . . t-
States, and where mav be found a lanre assortment ofeverv
article connected ivitli the business, iucluding Materials, Ac.
jail 27 Sni Establish m ,20 Vdabs.
IJNDRIES. 100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
5o boxes Langhorn A Annstead's Tobacco, vcrysu-
20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family nse;
25 gross of box Matches;
A fewTjarrels of that same old Whisky. Also, a few hhds
of tine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment of
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, College street,
opposite Sewanee House inayll R.F.BELL.
Q UN DRIES . 300 bgs prime Rio Coffee,
100 barrels Fresii Flour.
100 hh Js fair lo ch'ce Sugar;
20O bbls Reboiled and Sugar
100 half bbls do;
100 bags Fine Salt;
100 Coarse do;
500 bbls No. 1, d'i;
500 kegs Nails;
100 Demijohns, assorted;
50 doz Painted Buckets;
50 bxs Cuba-six Cigars;
5u do .Melee do;
15 bags Race Ginger;
10 do Pctiiicr;
1 cask Madder;
K'O bxs Glassware, assorted;
luo bbls Vinegar;
50 bbls Walker's Ale;
2ft barrels Loaf Sugar;
20 do Powdered do;
; tierces nice;
5 reroous best Indigo;
15 banels Soda;
50 bgs Cotton Yarns, ass'd;
In stote and fur sale by
do Crushed da
BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
LIQUORS AND TOHAUCOS. BOO bbls Sam.
Hale's Rectified Whisky;
100 bbls Dean's Rectified Whisky;
40 do Old Monnngahela do;
50 do Browns I) D do;
00 do Amencan Brandy; 40 bbls S. M. "Wine;
25 do N E Rum; ' 25 do Port do;.
3 half pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 pipe Irish Whisky;
60 baskets Champaguc, assorted brands;
40 boxes assorted Brandies;
2pipes Holland Gin: 20 bbls American Gin;
60 boxes Gus Jones' Tobacco;
CO do Fennell's do;
25 do PetCr M. Boaz's do;
20 do Young A BurriU's do;
20 do Allison's do;
25 do Peter M. Boaz's Gold LeafTobacco;
10 boxes Phenix Tobacco; 10 boxes II. Dailv's Tobacco;
20 do Missouri do; 10 do Ender's" do;
10 do Sam Wool's do; 5 do Reed A Nash's do;
10 do S E White's do; In store and for sale by
juuel BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
UNPOWDER MANUFACTURED RY THE
JC HAZARD Powder Company of Connecticut :
1000 kegs Kentucky Rifle Powder, 25 lbs each.
500 half kcg3 do do do 12Jf do do;
250 qr. kegs do do do ( do do;
500 kegs Deer do do 25 do do;
1000 kegs Blasting do 25 do do;
500 lbs do (5 kegs each) do 125 do do;
300 canisters fine Rifle do 1 pound.
Tlie above powder has just been received direct from the
manufactory of the Hazard Powder Company the 'quality
of which is well known throughout the United States. All
ordersnromptly filled by application at my Powdor Dapot
North East corner Public Square, Nashville
ALSO 250.000 feet Safety Fuse of best quality.
S.IL L00MLS, Agent
marrh25 for the Hazard Powder Company.
I-or Chopping Com or other Grain,
An article ir'ik-A every Farmer elxruU hate.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
five bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stock and is so simple in its construction, that any boy
twelve years old can keen it in order and run it It is adap
ted to either Steam, Water or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. R, Cowan and A
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
6nd them at J. M. Scabury's, on College street, where they
Aiill be happy to take orders. BOSS A ADAMS.
DR.,E0SEnS' LITOEWOEIH AND TAK
FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF
Cbvglir, Cold, Influenza, A4hnta, Jirtmrkiti, rpltting of
Jilu-J, aiul all Uhtr Lung Otgnpldints if tiding to
THE OBEAT COUGH EEHEDY1
EEADER1 liave yim a (Jongtt, which tou are neglecting,
under the idcalhat-insoulr a common cold, that it i
Tiill soon "wear ittielf out y" Itan-isndtelIyou,ina!Ikind-jness,
what will toon be the probable- result.
lu a short time, il yon continue to neglect yourself, yon
will begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression across '
the chest, accompanied' with I'rwpient sharp darting pains, i
Tlien a urj-, hacking Congli will set in, and when j outaise j
anything it will be a thick and yellowisli, or white frothy i
matter, ottrealced, perhaps, wilh bliJid. It jtu still take no
medicine, theso Unpleasant svmptpms will iuciease, and you ;
will sooti have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills, Night Sweats, Copi
ous Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you still
neglect yourself, a few weeks or hiouUls will see you consign"
ed to the crave, leaviuir vour friends to mourn how rapidlr
CONSUMih'lON diil its work, and liutriedyou away. I
Friend! have vouno cause to De alarmeil!' In the above
sketch you may see as in a gjass, how every case o Con
sumption progresses, witli more or less raindity, to a fatal
termmatiou. Of all the Thousands and Millions wlioin this
great Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every single case
begun with a Cold ! If this had been attended to, all might
have been well but, being neglected, undrr the fatal delation
that it would " wear itself," it transferred its deadly action
-.to Ilia substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation
of tubercles. Another, andanothercold added fuel lo the
Jlaine, until these tubercles began to soften and tuppurate
eavingr, uy tueir nicerauou, gi eai cuvuies in me taings. .vi
his crisis, thed'iseaseiserydifIicultofcuie,andotVntime,
seta atdetiance all human means.
Ju the latter or worst stage, this, medicine will ofteutime3
arrest the disease, or chetk its piogrejs, und will always
make the patient more comfort ile, and prolong his life, and
is therefore worthy ofatnal; but in its incipient or forming '
periods, Consumption is as curable as any other disease, and 1
"ur. jtogers oyrup 01 umnuiiu, jar, ann uancnaiagu.1,
if taken at this time, will cure it fT AS SURELY AS IT
Ift TAKEN 1J3 Tllis '9 strong language, but -recati refer
you to numberless livingwituesses to prove that itis 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 house; and wl.enc.ver you take Cold, do
noi -;iei n aioue luworumisciuei in your sysieni, Duicraui-
cate it thorouglily.at once, by this power, fully healing com- j
pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry you in full 1
Tigorto a good old agut
Have you delicafa, weakly children, who are always faking I
cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! There never was
case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold! And !
when your child goes to bed wheezing and coughing, you
know not that, befoie morning, Croup may not set in, and j
ere you can get a Phvsician, your dear child may be beyond
the reach of r.elp. We beseech you therefore, as 3 ou value I
the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in ihe !
bouse, -and when your little ones take cold and commence
coughing-, give ittothematonce.andrcst nptuniittlio cugh I
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, after the
most extended experience, that if this advice were followed,
uo child need ever '
DIE OF CROUP, , 1
r 41 u 1 1 , i i. : . 1 , : t it-
lur iuc turn itijuiu uecureu, uciore utuuiu mrivu ai. 111 a ag-
rmiv.iti-jl iind f.if.il stjirr I jif prprr Mollmr. rsrww-i.illr l,-il
well these remarks, that she may not hereafter, when inourn-
; .1 t,-i. -r-' 1 i.t 1
occasion bitterly to reproach herself forher criminal neglect
in; uer uieeari v uiiirui 01 some ciieiiaucu uiossoui, uavc
It is an old a,bre. that "lo be furwame
11, is iq ue lurearmeu.
ParentsI so let it be in your care.
Be sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers Syrup of LIVERWORT,
TAR and CANCUALAGUA,andletno olher be palmed tin
you. . . SC0V1L A .MEAD, ,
' - , 111 Chartres Street, New Organs,
Wholesale General lgents for the Southern States, to whom
. all orders and applications lorogeueies must beaciaresfoil.
A, Also sold by BERRY,
i. jiilvl. Agents.
" ' Atlanta, July 1, 1S5J.
' -PHIL0T0KEN"0R FEMALE'S'rP.IEirD;
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstrual iun,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those
a: ,.;Sypipalhetic Nervous Affections attendant on
-, . . Pregnancy.
Much of the mffering attendant upon the lives of females
- at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during some c-itical period of their peculiarsea
sous, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not
gyiupauiy niuuces loose i;uruitic iiiruis oi uiseasc v.on-
sumption, nropsy, uyspep3ia, Ac wnicu eltner liurn-them
to an early crave or render them invalids for life. Manr of
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at thatage when the bud
was iust hurslinfT into bloom, hsve wilhpn-d and died fmm
I was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
f .i,.fr4nr ot-Tn nd th rn( nf .,nn.K-m
the effects of obstraction, and the want of a remedy to assist
i 'r. . .. . . ' . .
nature at lliat eveniiui perioii
i ll 1 I11U 1 .
It is not offered as a cure of1 nil ills llrat flesh is heir to.
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com
plaints, in which it is warranted lo do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed wilh exper'enceand skill can
perform. Sold by SCOV1L k MEAD,
111 Chartres stictt, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders "must beaddrcsscd.
julyl .ly dtwAw.
. DR. W3I. JlcLANU,
INDIAN AND GERMAN E00T DOCTOR,
T ESPECTFUL1A" annoiuices to the citixensof Na'hvilk
Jli and vicinily, that he has returned again after a rtxi
deuce of fourteen years in the South, and permanently la
cated himself lu South Nashville, at the comer of ask
ingtonand Peail sticets, where he may at all times be fount
I by those wuo may wisu io consult nun.
J "He basin his possession numy certificates from men f
I eminent stauding certifying to the perm-ment cure of the
most distressing caes ot the following dL-eascs, vie Ner
vous All'ectious, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, ChilL, and
J Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Cin
I sumptions. Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies,
Wancers, Ulcers, tcrouuious, iiemopiasis ot tlie l.ungs, and
other lleinorages; Diarrhaa, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Biood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which lie treated with more
than ordinarr success.
Dr. McLauc hopes from his much experience in the Medi
t cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
4 his efforts heretofore, toobtain the confidence and patronage
! of the sick and afilicled.
I Nasliville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McIANE.
I J"AllLetter3addrcssed,post-paid,toSoulh Nashville.
1 THE NASHVILLE MAJfuTACTUHING COM? ANT.
HAVING, at gi-eat expense, procured the most recently
improved inachinerj- and tools for the construction cl
lv the heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western
Jfaud Southern public a portion of their patronage We are
prepared to make to order Railroad Jlachiuery, such
j as Locomotives; Passenger, Fi tight Cars, Frogs, Switch
r Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appertaining to Railroads,
j Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
J to 500 horse power, with boilers cf the best Tennessee Iron,
j Saw .Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
' Saws, embracing thelatast improvements. Grist Mills.
i Engines and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
Sugar Mills of the most recent construction, with Engines
to correiiid, put up in any part of the Southern country-.
Cotton Ci ins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with ail
necessary appiu-tcnance made to order at short notice
In all cases where it U desired, we furnish an engineer to
Eut up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that
e may continue to operate the engine, Ac
ltrais unit Tnn ("Vsstiiifn. if nnir ta-ra n !wr-itlii -lK
I Shafting, Mill Geerir, Water "Wheels, Cast iron 'Hank
i auns. maue to ot uer.
I . '
Information cheerfullv given and orders received b v
J. THOMl'SON, President,
N. B. The highest prices paid for old Bras3 and Copiicr.
' STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
i COMPETITION DEFIED ! ! !
( rpHE subscriber respocifuliy announces to the citi- s52
I X zens of Nashville and surrounding country thai J?H
I he isstill receiving large additions to liUnlieady im
' mense stock of
1 Gents I'asliioiiablc Spring am! Summer Ready
1 Made Clothing,
which he is prepared hi, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
Alreadyin store FineBrown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock
and Dress Coats of the latest sty les, French Tweed, Cah-
merette, Plush, Drap d'L'te, Silt Lustre aud Grass Linen
: Frock, Sack, Box, und Polka Coats, Ac, &er, Ac.
Pants aud Vests of every color, shade, putternand quality
' to suit the most Fastidious.
j LIKEWISE a line assortment of Cent's funiNhing- arti
cles, consistingof IineShirts, UnderShirts, Drawers, Cra-
vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hats, Cups, Trunks, Va
' Uses, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac
I Also, a variety of Youths' and Childrens' Clothing, from
, three years of age upwards. L. POWERS.
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 34 Market St., directly op
posite Union street.
I 53F"No connexion with any other house in the city.
N.B. Not to be sold or undersold bv auv man or combi
nation oi men.
' Countrv Merchants
call and inspect my stock
' rpHE next session of this ixpular Institution will com-
X mence the first Monday in September, and continue ten
months with tlio exception of the Christinas hohdavs.
The male Department will be as heretofore, under the
charge of C. . Callender, A. M., Principal, and l'rofsgr
of Ancient and Modem Languages, and Pure and Mixed
Mathematics. Prof. Thomas P. H.-.tch, A. It, will have'
charge ot the Scientific nnd English Departments.
The Institute is pleisantly situated on the Miirfreeslioro'
Turnpike, five miles from Nashville The Geological and
Mineralogical cabinet is very lirge; which, with an exten
sive and beautiful eollecf ion ofliotaniwl specimens, and an
excellent Philosophical and Chemical apparatus, affords ;
culiar advantages lo Students in the Scientific Department.
Expenses per term of ten Months.
One htlfdue in fdeanee.
Tuition in Classical, Mathematical and Sdenlific
Department, ..... . go po
English Department, - .... 20 00
riench or German, (ertra) ... . lCmt
incident ltee, - - - - - . On i
TENNESSEE BAPTIST PEXALE INSTITUTE.
THE next term of the Tennessee Bjptit Female Institute
will commence on Monday.Sept. 1st, 1855.
Tlie teachers, recently of the Nashville Female Institute,
will make every effort to secure to those entrusted to their
charge, a thorough and judicious education and would be
pleased to receive the patronage of their former friends.
Information may be obtained of
Rev. JOS. l'L EATON, D. D-, Pres't Board Trust's,
JAS. P. FLETCHER, Esq.. Secretary,
ju!y2G 3m e o d or of the Teadlprs.
AFET YFUS E 500,H)0 feet genuine Safety iW,
by the original manofact urers, for sale by
CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
' jyl.1 at W. H.Gognoy A Co.'s, Public Square
ANTED. A few thousand trashels Pea Nuts, lor
which we will give the highest market price.
febl9 BEN. M. NOEL A BR0.
! I . ' rsns from a diiUnrecan rest assured of alway finding , pnreuaseu ol liiiigliam & JJock, Agents of the State I
in nartiml..lr .iro Aflrnrsflr hivitml in . inmelhhi.. thsl will .,,1 ik.l.ir.i. niri. and Loluiubla Railrond l.ine4
prei ions to purchasing elsen here ' t'arrlage." I tave the lici.t Wor kiiicn to do my The morning Express Train through to Pittsbur, Cleve-
'GT0N INSTITUTE. 1 wl1.' I3! particular attention to repairing. and will Tito ;..!.t ttuil tw . t.u u ' vv ti .
lrd pervveek(frirMi) including Washing, hatsibelloLdersori m -Ln wittdn a "KX 1
Fuel and Lights $1 7o to UU frUom so desirable a mWmefd&ZT!li
For furtherparticulars, address C. W. Callender, A. M, I to the city, is offered f.ir sale, and as 1 am de'ermlnad towii 1
Nashville Tenn. N. BROWN. those i,h ing to purchase 111 d." ellTo , make -nrlr !
July 17, '53 2m. Chlurmanof Trustees. j-atiiin. Posse.lon can be givenatany tluicby the purchaser
DRY GOODS, &0.
No. 57, Col.lu.go Street
HAS this day received, by Express, from New York :
Beautiful new style Collars;
" Black Lace Mittj;
loice Mantle and Points;
ALSO On hand. Barege, cheap Mmlirt!), beantifnl SiRo;
al'w, a beautiful selection of Chinese, iipanisk and Parsian
Fana.and 3 general assortment of Dry Good' of every de
scription, all of which wiL be sold at extreme low prices.
1?OR " GENrLIiiffiiNTJohii TrniTnnelslanny.
ceived en excellent supply of those Shoulder Seam
Patent Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs, CraTats; also, Lisle
Silk aud Kid Gloves, Cloths, Cassiineres, Vcstings, ic
jun2s JOHN K.UUMK. No. 5T College st.
MUSLINS, LAWNS, EAEE0ES.
JOHN K. IIUilXEhus in store an excellent assort
ment pf .Muslins, Lawns and "Dress Goods, gen
erally, which will be sold remarkably low. As his policy is
never to carry over Goods from one season to another, of
course, extra bargains may be expected. A few Lawns and
Muslinsjefi, at lual2), cis per yard. june. 5
DRY GOODS. As the season is far advanced, and
beingdesirons of reducing; as much as practicable,
ruy stock of Sumtnjf Goods.1 mil oflcrcoods of eery Je
seripl ion at prices very much reduced. The ladies may ex
pect bargains, aud will tiud it to their interest to call at an
early day. R. C.McNAIRY,
julyO 55 College street
QHOlfLDER SEAM PATENT SUIRTS.
O JOHN K. HUME has this dav received another fresh
supply of those justly celebrated Patent Shirts.
AIso,a new supply of Shirt Collars, Cravats, Ties, Stocks,
Also. Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silt Gloves nal
Hose, ff every description.
Also, Gent's uuder-wear Shirte, Drawers, Ac jraieo
I7OR THE LADIES. Silk Tissues, Plain aud Em
? broidered, can be boucht chcao at tha Philadclnhia
RtrT-n inft7 OrillV 1. Till Tint
SOHN k HILLMAN.
BERAGES. A great variety of Figured and l'laiu
Borages are offeicd at i educed prices at the Philadel
phia" Stores june" SOHN k HILLMAN.
Ml'SLINS and Jaconets for Dresses, of every descrip
tion can be obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia
Store june? SOHN A HILLMAN.
BOX?iETS at very low prices are now offered at the
PliUadelphia Storey juneT SOHN A HILLMAN.
I""?OR JIEiV AND BOYS.-CIotns, Gasiiineres. Cot,
tonades. Drillings, Summer Coatings, Lisle Thread
Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts; Cravatts, Pocket Handker
chiefi; superior Lisle and Cotton Half-Hoes, kc, Ac
We will take great pleasure in showing our stock, feeling
assured we will be able to offer such inducements, as it re
cords style and prices, as to be conceded brail.
may 31. W. A. A J. G. McCLELLAND.
OODS FOR TRAVELLING D It ESS KK
TT A complete assortment of the above Goods in store
Lace Good. &c Fine Valencicues Laces and In-
serling"), Lace Curtains, a large lot ol Fans, Application and
Black Lace Mantles, Collars, Ribbons, Ac. Ac
. A. A J. U. ilcCLELLAND.
1 VI tn
v J.I.. JiCLii.i.ii.i II nave in store a
large lot of Ion broidered Swiss Muslins, Hair Cord
1 ' '-"n---"- w ji
Nainsook, Mull Sluslins, very clieap.
and Linen Cambric, very
uiuuj .uusnus, ucrages ai
ANDERSON 8c CO.
Knsliioiiiiblo Clotliiiiff Iliuporlum.
0 .WitTkct ttrtet, tppvtite .VsiiftJUcClurt Co.j
Tl AVE now in storooneorihepretUcstassortiaentaof Fash.
Sprint; aiul Summer Clothing
cverofSsredlnthls market Jeing an entire new stock, having
ine misioriuoeio nave oar lasisummerssioek aeitrojeJbj
e our lasisummer-ssioec aesirovea bv
I. Thankful for the liberal patronage
n them, they earnestly solicit a eou-
o, and promUo that nothing shalL be
me nre. on union si.
tinnaitce of the same.
panliiiiron their pari to gie entire satisfaction to all who
wilt favor them with a rail. Onr slock consists in tart of
Black and Fancg Cloth, Doe and Crape Cassi- !
meres, Drap D'ete Cassimeres, Linen, Alpaca, ',
Dress, Irick Sheaney Cassimeres, Satin, 1
Grass, and Sack Coals.
Best of Black aud Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valence!?, j
Linen and ilarseiies, some o! them beautlfally embroidered
.VIsU a gooti assortment or
A'outlis nnd. Hoys, ClotliHip; Hats u(
' Every description
and style, amongst them some extra fine ,
PANAMA, BRAID, FRENCH, KOSSUTH ANDMACYR,
togetherwithevery article required for a gentleman's outSt.
Cloths, Casstnieres and Vestlngs,aflne assortmeni, which
will be sold by the paterus or made up to order In the most fash- !
ionable style. Give us a call gentlemen," wo think no run
convince you this Is the place to buy a goodarlicte low for cash, i
K. C. ANDERSON,
mar II. KTONKLAKK.
" JUST RECEIVED '
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy OAStUMERE .
PANTALOONS of new stylos, aud made in'thebest j
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Guods of the huest and most
costlv articles : such as GLOVES. SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior qualitv.
Also Davies and Jones SU0ULDER SEAJI SHIRTS, "o 1
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
various qu-dities and materials. Genllemen can depend ut- '
on being iupplied at any time with good Goods and at rea 1
sonabie prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar I
street, near the Post Office. .
jau2i CLIFTON A ARROTT. '
FASH10NAELE CL0THTNG AND TALLOEINQ ESTAB- I
X1. 11, Cedar Street, lie tlvurt from tlie PuUic Square, ',
lii'.iir, may ne iminu a cnoiccana wen seiecieu
stik of Cloths, Casiuu-res and Votings, all
of which will be made up to order in the inostFash-
ionabie Sti Ie and at as short notice as can be done in any
city in the Union, and at prices to suit Ihe times.
Iteady Jiaisc ciotning. ioats, j'ants, and estsof
all kinds. A tine assortment of Men's I'nrnishiii
(oods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Susiienders, Cravats, Pocket Ilandkerchiefs, silk
and linen. Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac
2 ""Garments cut at-the sliortest notice. Please call and
examine, mr 5 THOS.J. HOUGH. Agent.
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l .- o o. o ----
S 3 a a e S i
- - - S 3 H.2 Si 3-5 -a cri
Nashviiie Carriage Manufactory
rjHlh subscriber takes this method ofretarnlng his inot
t sincere thanks to his Meads and th9 pubficgeuerallj, for
the palrtnage be has already- received, and would say to
thoni, that Lu rov, has on hand the l.ing-est uiiil Iteiit
assortmentor WOI.'K ever Altered lnthls market: from tho
light TROTTING SULKY to tho finest CARRlOLA CAK-
ti.niD., an oi my own .vianurarture.
i price as any good builder.
Lower. Market Street.
t'UIJI.iC IHK sutcrihar
ues leaTe it siaie inaine sil l nrrr an
the COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS;.
at blsotdsland on North Market st, U o doo.-s "
below II. t II. DougIa,cW Co. Keeps constantly onhand
a large and well assorted tck from a light Buggy to a Car
riola Tliankful for na-t favor, he mrnt tm
pectfnlly wdiclt, a
ilitj andgood work-
continuation.linplng by chcapness,durabil
iiiawuii w main your paironage.
Jan 2 ly.
GEO. L. SLOAN. !
V:itll;il,lt. --!, e.,i 1 ,
; ,eH !he Form on w,l,fh 1 reMde, 5J miles from
vashYiUe.on tbe main Louis.lile and Gallatin Turnpike,
containing ibont 2) acres of good Land, one half of Which
is clecM.land In ahlghstateof cultivation, and tlieother half
of wooJ Wl,goo.1 water as there i in thecountry.and plen-
dlu.llw.tHnr, Kitchen, wJb- !
Ice Hoa-cNegro t.'ab. lis. Spring House, Barns trit &c
AIm a tlneorrlurd of 12 acres with everv'varlet'vof frn'tiiri. '
v. - c,u,tu luusisis oi a lanre ana cnmmn
or any panto the pu rchaser. also most of my hoosebold fur-
Apply tome on Broadway, or to R. W.Brnwn.rent.nf-
C.C - ;
Eh i ;
D i n
err ' tips
' O ti
u ! g
e; H"J-3 a ti" 5 9. Persons shipping from eastern cities can sliip l.v sletiiu-
;OKVvS11!5i'm ersatoraliout 12c, by prmwllers atScand sailing ves- '
t c x'u"3 sels at from Gc. to 7c. per foot
q5 J. EgQ -g When the Nashville and Chattanooga road is commuted I
C:i .2'S?'H5s;' i from Chattanooga to tlie- River, a farther i eduction will be !
i v aim see mv assortment, laim, uiucinnati ana Clncago, wi leave at 7 o'clock VM
- - - N. 11. I hin pretvared to build Wort to order ashnrt i. Tl,nml, 1 r;n,i; i. vr t c av o ciwck, .v. Ji.
sell or rDalr a: as low c
- I uuiini; in, growing crOD. I 1 lif dn, pm.1 .nil .11 m
fflce.o Chero'stret,npsta!M,aiideitbcroruswllN!iow i A Regular 3Inil Line orronr-Horse Conches
the farm, ic.,l'ianjonowlshingtopurchasj. I will run three times perweek to these Snrin'". leavinu
an. 12 tf. a v Tnnvcnv - n -t . .... . . " ' . .
CRUTCHFTSLD HOUSE, FORMERLY GRIFFIN HOUSE
rplIIS well known Hotel situafed within a few steps fA
JL ot the passenger car landing of the Western and jgjjjj
Atlantic railioad is now open nndcrthcsiipervision of"""
Tliomas Crutchhold, assisteil byMr.J. W. F. Drvson and
Inlv. Tliis House wlule under the control of Coionel J. J.
Grillinacquired a very high reputation as a first class ho!el.
The present proprietor having secured the services of Col.
Grifiln's biirkeeier, and liaviug purchased his most excellent
cook and house boy, and havingfurnished the house entirely
anew, hopes to retain it? high reputation and meritpublic
patronage Passengers can be accommodated with anomni
bus to and from the boats. THOS. CRUTCHFIELD
leb21 ly Proprietor.
TlAT"EsTaEllJcET' " -
TnE NasbTille and Cliattanoogo Kailrond ii-i
Company; and the Tennessee River M. M. .U-L'Jj.J
and Transportation Company, have adopUd the-AS
followiag- lateaofTransiiorUtion on Freight between Naali
vilIe,.Tenn., and the radons laudinga on the- Teuneiee
S 52 g. 5i
I S IS gg
FROM NASHVILUiTO g S v"? ? 5
I I ei Ms
Ut,lJonnrlA, Dry Gods
t.r .... Ytn Wam r-l.'
woouen ware, Ugatand
. Hollow Ware. UaiUnscn.
... . , . . .. -..,,1,.,
Wool, Feathers, nir.wrp
I and Move Ware, Teas.
l'rugs Infers and boxes.
suaiery? (JaDaioi, iron
fecUouiriej, &e., per.luo
Kecokd Ci.At Sugar,
Colfae. Molasses, Nails.
Tin Plate. Bar and Pis
Lead, Fish In barrets,)
kegs, Kits, Ac, Window i
Glan, Cutt.m Yarn, Do
nettles, Hemp and Kagsl
la bales, Tobaccoin box.l
es.KIce, Hides; Bale Kopef
er iu roils and bxs. Hard
ware, Glass and Qneeiu-r
ware in crates and boxes, f
Lead abd Paints In tejcj
Clover Seed, Chsts,
Caudlei, boap, linlier,
Beeswax. Oils, Brandies,
Varnish, Tu rpeutiue, Ac
Tuird Class Kaeon,
Lard and Pork intifrcts
or barrels, Bar I-on,
Heavy Liutlugs, CrlnJ
.stones and undressed
Marble per lliO lbs
Piir Metall tier 1C0 lbs
W hlsky. perbbl of 40gai:
?t snisi so; jt 50
Mil, per ddi
Flour, tier bbl, and Salt
Porter Ale, and Domes-
tic liquors, per bbl or 4"
galons..... ...... ........
Lard LinseeJ, or niher
5 15 l
1 70 I TO! 1 70
Uils ot lennessee.Manu
factu re, per bbl oftO gals.
Powder, secure ij' pack
ed In cask s nrliogiheads.
1 70 1 70
per 100 pounds.....
Carbojs, Mineral Acids,
i :o 1 30 1 30
(at Compaiij's conven
2 5o 2 75)
Piano Fortes. boxed....
Cotton Gins boxed, and
2 50! 2 50!
10 Ulj 10 00 1 10 C0 1J M)
Portable Barrow's o r
each ............. ........
Plows (assoited,) and
8 50! 8 50 8 50j 0 50
SOI 50f 501 65
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS. -VND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be in
variably cbarced as luo lbs-. First Class Rates.
All articles of unusual silo or wcitrbt charred in propor-
i tion to the tioubleand eipose of luml ling and -"pace occu- I
Goods fu Packages' not secure' or insufficient for the pro
1 lection of cojtents, will be transported only at owner's ,
; All claims for damages must be collected of the party de- t
fivering- the goods, and claims for lost or missing- goods ,
t must be raide within 60 days from date of shipment, orthej
, willnot bcnllowed.
ineatMve Mnianies will not be responsible tor J-eakage .
of Oil-, Liiiuors, or other Ijauuls. or for the Breakage of i
t r.-t -.
, Oil-, Liquors, or other Up
' Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or
f they be securely Packed in Wi
or L.artwysot lajms, unless ;
ooden Uoses Willi ttieir ti.ps ,
The followinirArticles will onlv be Transriorted at "Own- 1
es Ilisk," as to Breakage. Chating; Frost, Heat, Storms, i
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, viz: ,
Moltis-es, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware. Green
Fruits; Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, loose, Demijons, Pur- I
uitiire, unboxed. Moveable and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of every deseriptiou, Rixes,Ci- '
?ars not Cased, Caiboys, A-tids, liOokinjr Glasses. Musical
nstruments, BorAs and S'al ionarr. Glazed Sash, Trees and '
Shrubbery, Stoves and Stovo Castings, Light and Hollow J
On Freight destined for Cbattanooga or Decatur, and all I
intei mediate points, no exlrn charge u ill be made during the
low water season, except tbuiX all articles carried at less than i
Thiol Class Rales, will then be charged it Third" CUss, but
detentions ansiiTg from low-water are entirely at the risk of '
the owner. "
On Freight tu Knoxville. and all intrmedite point? to
Chattanooga, Twenty-five CS3) cents for 100 His may be addetl !
during low water, but in no ca-c is there anr responsibility ,
assumed for the detention fit ComU during or on account of
Goods consigned to C W. Anderson. Aient. N. A C R.
R. C Nahviile. will be receireil on the wharf, all charges ;
paid, and sent forward without extra charge &r Drayssjre or j
No Freight received on. tho Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tenne isee rirer. J
ect to secial contract.
Emigrants vviththeirfamiliesandmovoables taken through t
at low rates. ' i
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa
tion with regard to or connected wilh litis arrungemeot, will '
address C W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. II. R. C.Nnsli-
rille, or Jas. Williams, Pres., Touu. River M. M. A T. C,
IL I. ANDERSON, Supt. N. A C. R. K. C. .
JAS. AVILLLVMS, Pies. Tenn. kiverM.M.A T.C. (
FALLAKH TCX7EMl:.VrsT ,
FREIGHTS UETWEEff CHARLESTON AND NASH-
! T Y an arrEngemcnt betwin tlmSonth Carolina, jcn
XJ Uerirgu, esteni aim Athinticand ashvilISi225'
ana Cliattanooga railroad goods will be arougtit.
through to NashvUIeat tlio luUuwing rates
tusT cl.v.-s. ;
Boxes Hal, Bonnets, Furuitnre, Tea and other light
goods, per cubic toot.... g
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery. Glass, Drugs. Com
fectionarics, Camphene, Spirits Turpentine, in casts.
Ac, per UK) lbs. $210 ,
All articles not coming under spcane rates, as enumer
ated in thetarilTof the roads betveen Chattanoopi
and Charleston, (copies of which enn lie seen or had
at the Freight Agent's Orlice) perlfa) lbs.... . .....SI 25
Goods to be delivered, at Nashvilla at above rates must 1
be plain'y and distinctly marked tu the care ot A"vut of i
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooga.
made, of which due notice will Lit given
U. 1. ANDERSON. Su it N
A C. R. K. Ci.
N. B. The same difference will be made wlien goods are"
be delivered at Decherd, Shelbj ville and Miirfiee-bftro,
other stations onourrocd, as is nov made between
Ireigiits trom ftasliriile to Cliattanooga, and freights from 1
the above points to Chattanooga, under tlieairungeineut I
with the TenneS.-ee River M. M. A T. Co
jaMiC f ILL A. j
NOTICE TO "WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
rpUKOUOU by PennsylranU pnd Ohio RailioaeU. Miil- j
, X. adelphia to Pittsburg, Pa., Mnssillou, Wooster. Cleve- .
land, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Ijifavelie.
Terre Haute, Chicago, and Milkiiukic Through by Iiailroad '
. from Philadelphia to Cincinrati in S7 honrs.
i Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the
Great West. Passengers will lind this the most pleasant J
route to N. Orleans. Only ill to Cincinnati; tl2toLouis-
1 ville; Silt to St. Louis, Via Pennsyrania lUilroruI, an the
following-daily Steam Packetsfrom Pittsburg: RuckeveState,
CaptM W Beltshoover, leaves Pittsburg-Sundav; Keystone '
State, Cupt Charles Stone, leaves Pitlshurg- Monday ; Alle '
gheney, Cupt Charles W Batchelor, leaves Pittsburg' Tuex-
day; Crystal Palace. Capt II Kounlz, leaves Pittsburg Wed-
deaday: Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg' Thurs
day: Pifisburg-, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves I'itUburg-Fri- j
day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts- I
burg Saturday. Boarding and lodging oo board the Packets
. extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, ?2; Louisville, t-1; St. I
Fate through by Railroad from Philadelphia lo Pittsburg-, I
f'J iHK Mas.silIon. 10: Cleveland. 10: MantsSeldand Cresi-
line, ?11; Columbus, f 12 li-l; Toledo, li; Cincinnati, (vi.i
Crestline.) $15; Chicago, (via Micliigan Southern It R.i
$18 25. To Chicago, aukegan, Keimha, IIL. Racine, Mil
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit aud Michigan
Central Railroad, $1S.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station V V
Cornearof Schuylkill Fifth and Market Street, where ticketa
nati iu 46 hours, including one night's comfortable rest at -Pittsburg.
ine above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster Har
nsburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, Joha
shiwn, Greenburg, and intermediate pluces. T
Notice. In case of loss, the Company will hold themstel
ves responsible forpersoual baggage onlv, and foran amount ,
not exceeding ?10u. THOS. MOORE, Agent.
june 4 tf. Pennsylvania Railruud Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for H&rrisburg, via Cohim- ,
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station .
ai lyj, r.ai.
NINE MILES NORTH OF FLORENCE,
Lauderdtl: Co., Ala.
THIS GREAT FOUNTAIN OP HEALTH
tion of visitors. My iin-SSslSEaE
provements hare been made since last season, and all who
go now can be nccommodaled. It would be usefes to at.
lempi in iveii list ui inc. uiauj ui.-kii.-v3 luicu u, iiie use Ll
these almost 1Ivjh' Water.
Hundreds have left for these Springs, sick and feeble, hav
ing dispaired of ever regaining health or constitution, but J
after a few weeks have returned to their friends well, and I
ant i.ol r fm 1mm tho dpndlr rtiiuii. flint nnp. In .1 n . f ...r,.
hoU u?n ,bem- ,1,linjr pr'pent persons throughout
I cuinje, by taking the accommodation coach to Columbia,
I and the Mail Line from there fu the Spring.
iJff rareoniv t or passage apply at I lie tieneral
Stage Office, Cedar Street. (j. H. SLAUGHTER,
june 22 Agent.
S1 nrifi "''"'Alto. Iwillpaytheaboveretvard
1 U V J to any person or persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denominatioLa of 160, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single warrsnta ol either denomination.
i. r, ,. R. H. BROCKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square, 2d door
toutbol Citjr liutel,NashTille. octl4 m27.
fc- t A Mnf ,.rc...ll. ...1tn . I .:l f i... .
T IJfSKEO OIL.-taneILiiistflii Jsislrereiteu
ii aud for sale by tiuff; M: LatU Ui.tt-rpAWNI-aiS-
QlL.-? cisk- Tanwr." tti ' -heijert
J. qnalirv. ReceiTetlnridforalebT , .
aug; ' .HTREiyn T; tlT.lt
LAlin UIL-S tMtreis pure .-.Ht'atd, iiiti Lard
UiL' Jusi received andior de L ,m
ai.gr STEETCII iJU?-.
OTEIMI OIL. -2 1-aiitUlt tV.WM-ScMT.1 Oil. Ke-
k3cedood-triin!-by -artff- STWSTCH OHR-
XX Aimnatte Schnapps, (pure Holland (n Jusl'reeeiied
and forsafcjby Bl' tTKKTl H A OKB
"pMttK V.'INKS AND UR VMY.LiKi7n 1 :''
X ins: JIa W W ine; SJierrr Wine; SweetM olaua Whk-.
JairtaiciRmn; French LtraBdr.'Rte.-ired ar.d for sale by
STRETCH A.OHK. WWie and Retail Iinwrgi,' -.
.,Sl5'0er CiJUe and I ruon sirvets, Xastvuk.
J ii-UO AL. isTKKTfM viiUB
.i thefrtockif Rrow. Al to th ,irf'a.f7
Store Hwi.se rteentW T the ourner el Cottw H
and Vni. srnsAs (Wu F,iesc...uer, i aletlTevTa
be happy to re aH or their cnstonH-rs.
J1!n' STRKTCH St ORR
jnl r 4
....... v.. . tre u, i- kllML 1.1111 1
boJesate-oiid RetaH Dtnrpsts, Tnrter
. (iilW uui rmStreU.
-io lbs Fin Wtut Sura, t
2t STRKTCIl A OKL
U SpODgewrsjIe by
WYLOlt'S WASH MALLS.- ls i. ,
Crytaiiied Wa.h liaUs. Re- rik and ibr wL.
Jy 21 isTh LTCl! A Or.K
IJV.'GLISII TOOTH KltrsHES.-: : ,1m. K 4
J EnjClish Toolh-Bmshes," made hotu li.e best Kc-n
Bristles, which are wananted BM to come out. For sale bv
. J"'v3 STRETCH A OKH.
I JLKAClIEp WHITE W AX.-1 kx tiuBUsc
JLf Ol It 111
ite War. ReceiTed and tor sate bv
tsTJShTCJl A OBR
' "iJiOET GLUE (OHM bmV.li. ,
' lloBnet Ottae. ltcnrni,nj .-..LKr
jnby2l STRBTCUAOKR, WliWI atH.1 retail
Druggist, Corner CUI-i A lni.,n Su.
VL G. SC0VEL,
Druggist aud ADOtliocnrr,
Xbrik title M'tk J'mNit Smu,
We "f !
. Wholesale acd Retail Dsalerjn
PAnrrs. Harsh ts, Psjirrxtar,
1umb, Ow, I)r Hirrrt,
f CLAM GLASBWAKI!. r.in
t t-t. SUBGIQAL AND DKNTAL INSTRBMKNTf,
NAStltTA OIL STONES,
Urngs, 31ctlicine, Chemicals, &c.
JMritV, MrA 11, IStUX
'I fl III J-Jitv Wmtcr, tftc Sar
user and Fall News, of the best uuniity, Ibr sale bv
il. ti. scova
THRESH GARDEN SEEDS, from Londreth. Ris!ey a .1
X the Sliafeers, fw sate br R (i. iC0 El
mtichll " H.B.2GQYKL.
LYON'S K.VTHAIKON, fur the llair-iriartwie is "p.
uhrin New York eWv, at an admirable prepara i-,
and an etfectnal remedy for baldaaa arul IWIin'farl't'f 1 s
hair, causiwit to ftmr humriaiitlv, rendering it nA. f.u .
y, beaimful and pre renting Hs-hiraiujf grev, tor !? Ix
niarehll llG. SCOV:i
T YON'S ESSENCE JAMAICA OliNUErCsor Dv-e;-A
j sia, Gouf, RheutmtiMn, Crarcp, Ciif rera M .rbu, Cio. -.
Ac, Ac, which ia one ef the bast prermcjHiorH iTthe du
trial will convince the incredulous, fur sale by
wwrtfrtl - a. ti. SCOVTL.
aALVANTSM-Cbrirtie's Be, Bracelet, Fluid, Rirg't
and l'laslers, for sole by UMptdy Mtl ia Mashrille.
H. (. SCOVEL.
RN A AWCls'ltAbs nPKkltm Tint vr-
Xu CO, Tor sale Wholesale m4 ReMI br
march 11 n. Q. SCONEI,.
KIFLE I'OWDER-CoBoecUcut and 'TV Rule 1 w"
tier, warranted best qaalitr, for sale by
reardiU " 11. O. SCOVEL.
ATEATS FOOT. Ktjfised T.auer's, Laid. Jiwced anl
t .list or Oil, far sole by h. G. SCOVFL.
OMITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS,
;u-t ieccie. j-J
ll. (i. SX OVKL.
Vjy for sain br
t rpEAS-' Btack, Youkf; llyrm; Imprnul, t.-mjowuer ar.d
j JL Extra Carious Blaek Tva. TUesa Teas are oi gc sd
qualitv and have given mttis&ciion. .- de bv
mrc4ill j. (i. PCOTFI
! MEDICINES WH1CM HSVElt KAIL. TO (iivs SATiJ
1ACTI0N, AND CAN 2B EELIKD ON FOR, THE
! CUKE OF THB D1SSASSS 10K WHICH TK2K
, TTIt J.S ROSKisau Hom.rari Mcmrxrotthe Th ' iV.
! J phia Mmlicil SheietT, and grid ui'tsl. in !s"f, frc"
th- Cmverstty f.t l'eurrni. mioVr the gnidwr.ee rf ,s.e
1 truly eimseat Pnlles-mrs ITivsu-k, v'h-ipin.ui (iiijetMi, -
James ami lUre, Barnes eelebnuerl f me heal sc .. c
and liavi;hliiiiiiy intemiiuv and OpnsuiUia.n with the se
diMittguished lbysi7iaM, resjctu-g d.sores, s i-f all k m
J and the proper remedies thercfi r. andN-ii(; -oririiel 'y
j lh.ia4sof)iw Hi(t! topni up h I "reparation, he r -i
olTers l the iHibJic, as the Tesuh of Uu evjeneme for '
1 past t hirty rears, the fWlmring valust.le Fani ly Vfe,:ie c
1 each nee suited to a specific disease :
DR. J. S. HOSM'.s iH I. Ill Ot S .YND JNVTGO
RATING CORDI L.
Tjo Greatest Dwvery in Meriirstl Seiinor? F'Titil cr.
ou- Conditions of the System -Heart I and Ner. o
Compbimts. Th sr'toitndiirg-andh.-ippretfeetof Dr. P.i.-.
Ni rvous C'ortliftl. fiir Iiwn9 of tiw Heurt, I'Wp'tain r
Numbess,Neinihia. Nervoni. Tremor t the Musc.'e-. li'
burn, flatulence. Paia in the Pace, W iVcfnfncss, I: 'o
ness. orfirf Ike Mind or Ii.! uirii ,1., iu it- cmre, i.iUr
study, has induced many pbv3.ciass to ue it in ihe : r
tke. Porawesk aitrfttrViop. i is a wrf u rev ; z.
jiletely removes fnxu tW syoiertt all Bet nma irrruiiiir., -rj
is alnwHt niiracuhms iu Its rapid and h ippy effect, i
weak ami tnenerrwis an freriiKKtl' re-it.rnl to ver r
health before u-ig Ihe taottle Price titiy eei.H.
S A RSA PAR I LL. V RLOOD PI KIFIER.
A valuable Spring Medicine fnr pwii'vn'g the Rtmi.1 '
lie fiuHt in Dr. ROSS'S SARSAl AKlLLA COJtPOI N )
This preparation U made i J fri-h Hoiiiiur.LS Sarssrar ,
ami eombtned with other ingreentn, to remit-r if the vrv
best Blood Piiritier wte. A a Sjirmir and Summer Meu -citie.or
Drink, it is ptdafftbte, rerre-hin? and medicinal, .i 1
also etftc icious m etiriehiisff tise Blood, ennngalltkin I rt;
tions awl Dise-ises. SenfliwS.res, c eieal lise-.m ar" ,1
its lad eitetts upon tfcer eonstitittion, Drunsical Swellir .
Rbeinuatism.fron Mercury, Uues, Obi Si.ies. Kiduer a' i
lHadiler AtleciioBfi, awl rswiug up a vie-uk ami bnk.-ti
sliluti n from any eane.
l'nce, 1 rrpiart Ixatles;.."' cents r.r .small Ixitttes.
TO ALL WHO sri-TER W ITfl AN VI ViN.
Do vo suffer with anv paiHf It rim dw, rrw wilt tind .
mediate relief by using itr. Roe'- Pain Cuivr. It is ilw ; v.
preparatioii which cure ahvist ins'.mity Soe T' t i'j
VtheiHnatisnt fnwt Chi, Pains ia the St! Hsek ttr I . . '
Fkce. Ear, or Tooiloebe-, Stomach r lionets. Side or Ra 1
Stitl" Neck, Bruise, Cores and Ctulbkms. Wkefeve- v v.
have pain imbibe Pain Curer. Safc to all agps, in I -
anc no cent (mh ileal.
', ' A" ,,f above Preparation, with Dr. Rose's Me ' i -.'
Adviser to Persons in SieknesH and in Hsi44h. to be hi 1 .
, BtBKKY A tiKMOVlLl.l .
M. L C A KT W R H I HT. Na-hnli
Ami ot I) raters generally tbrimghowt take Stale.
jljrl dAw lj
DR. T. J. COLUERN Dentis.
Takes this method of informing the pi. -lic
that be located pHtnaoently at Tieutuii,
Tenn., ami a prepared to perform any t-prrati; n. Hut ' .
may be catted upon to do, in thesfcortest ,miire: piate Wi
neatly executed, from panud to entire sets. He will .
occasKMiallv, Jackson, Tenn.. aiul surroiuuiing timns f. r t ?
pur)Ose of doinp; llate work principally, l'er-sns w.s! r
new setsof Teeth inserted on gijd plate, to be of sert.c" 'j
them, are solicited topatronite bun, w ith rite aasurcane t,
satisfactien shall begiven. rwsmvBLr. or m par- ort 14 . -
TARM T KOIt SALEIn Wiiv-u comity. i.ventii ..s
from LelwDon and mile from Cumbeiland ririr
The farm rjntitrrM4Ve of good lamL 3fpfil ht'ca -
Cedar timber, sttisable for Rutlrottd Ties aad otiier btvLir -purposes,
150 acres cleared, noil in a jpw.d stote ef cuu
Uon, plenty of neier-fniln j water for .-n ck, and tie i f t' .
fftiest sprir.gs m the State fnat never finis in the drrr-f .- a
son. The improveHtewt am ail new a pfd double j
house, and other out honieii, with b m aiul ktabJes; L
a fine young orchard oi' peaches, apples aud oil.er frn: -
The situatioo is as heanhv as jtnr in rhe Statp In ,y. . I
negtrborbood ami eoeTewfml to reboots d rttrtrrhes
Those wanting a gwsl faM wiU WwH tuisnkatthisl:
lore buis elsewhere.
Teru: One third eaeh. balance use and two Years. F -reference
apply to me. Nashville, or on the pimiisti, f .
merlr occupied by T. X. Patton.
aoglS Jtnwr C. E. WOODRITF.
Y?S"rRAY-HftllirTilEYS COCNTY. -Taken up v
A2j Allen Box, living m )(nplire s (. (,imry, Diiriir N
, a Mare Mole fa ttgbt bay color,' bmndedwuh the Ie .
A on Ihe 14 1 side. So other marks drmnd, sitpp. : I
to be three rears Md. Appraised to forrv-f.vc doSar 1
Daniel Jackson and W E D Caller, Ihe ".tli Julv, IT
W WHlTl 'JUnge,
nngS w Ibr sM fW. v
"I OTICK. -All jamais havitg chiima astiiiitst 11 . c
IN tte of Joho Dana. dee'd.. iv nolifSed to Dreteot . L. .
prnperiy authenliealad, iW payment within the time pr
scribed by law, or they will be ban ed, and nil prs- u ::.
dcbtM to safdeste re requested to make iDrrnedfaU; pa
meet to 14? undtuigued.
jo w jitwnN, i
BO. D HICKS, f
NshviHe, August IHtt. liCa wlm itlw u
HAT AND 1cAJf"sTbitrt
THANKFUL t our friemlaatid the public io gen
eral, fur the patronage Ihtt br ejiicntiwl lo o.
we resneetfiillt- solicit a continual!, n if ihe same, ami
invi'e their attention to Ihe elegant Spring styJetf Sf.K
HATS, of our own manntkcrnre, which, m ipiahty and
ty cannot be Borpassed bv any in this city. lnrrhVen w 1
Jo well to examine Hieirllts before boVirffel.-ewt c:c
LANDS, KM1ACK A CO..
Hat and Cap Manufacturer, Market siiees, Na-hvi''i
reeeive-t a large supply
i and Boy's Fur I bun.
df high and lots- tr
C.tsaimere dtx, Peasid,
Men's atul Boy's Fur
1 1 . l: .1 . . ,, ,. .. .
ivnirp,,Mi u., " iiivii c aie enaDiea lo sell eitucr wn
sale or retail, on most favorable terms.
"P"1 LAN DE, ELSBACK A CO.
JUST received a well assorted stuck of STk.VW HUU1
, prmT a large variety ofPaowna, Utimn, l dai
and Paha Lfif, Ac, tor Men and Buy, which will be it ,
posed of at an extremely low nit,
aP"' OE, UBACK A CO
have now on hand a very tine and eittVaMve St, tT
f Ready made SPRING AND hUMMLK CLOT1
land made m in the Uiett ami n-rt . -1
style, aiis.ng which can be found. Coat. Pants amtVesLc f
upon- .lumnlu. 1 VI r,t . 1. 1. . . . "
-.yj " we am seii ai .sarLir'..rv
Country Merchants will find it to their inters to
call on us, as we are determined to m?II at small Dro&tit.
"P? Nojg, MaAet street. Nanhvflle, Tenn.
n01tlVK V "'POLlTTroNThe ti
-V Partlf"1"?. beretofore existing ander the firm qt Sons.
Hiluias A Co, is this day dissolved br mutual consent
3 .x A. FItANK A CO,