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StnSDBIES. " NASHVILLE STEAK MARBLE WORKS. JAMES SLOAN, I'roprietor. jiitn; gx OPPOSITE JOITX.-Wf A llOE-VC'SfOIliCCO WAEEHOJSE, NASnYILLF, TENN. Mtrble WareroorntatlheoUl stand Corntr of Summer and Spring Strut. HAYING made exiensne enlargements in my Marble Works, my facilities arc such that I can execute nil kind of work in the roast tasteful manner and the latest style, a? cheap as it can be dors in any of the Eastern Cities. By calling at my Ware-rooms, on die corner of Spring and Hummer streets, specimens may be seen which mil enable persons-tojudge for themselves, which is the best method. Having on hand nil kinds of Marble from Least 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 of Movemzsts, Tonus, lUrnsM.ii. Fooxts, Us Vaszs, Oaedks Figures, Chive Stoxes, Ac carved and leitored to order. Fcuxrrciuc Marblb executed tn rder and sent to any part of tue South-W est as cocap it can be nrocured from tho East. Also, Mabels- ilumjs. Vvtanxa Srose, sold hi every aescnpiion, pu Wholesale and Retail. nf every description, plain or carved. inniesaie ann lteuui. rl- i-v ... i'..rinnms on the corner ofbpnnp and Summerstrecti, will meet with prompt attention. Jly friends generally will find it lo heir intcre,t to call and ex amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to bit old friends and customers fur their liberal patronage, 1 1iihk hr strict attention to business to merit a continuance of fer- favors. JAMES SLOAN', Corner of Spring and Summer streets. Nashville. ftbl9 ly . COACH MAKING. rpHE undersigned would respectfully in- ve-JSS3V X form their friends and the public that ,ttP2. they hare taken the old oUnd of C. T. aison M W, Deaderickst, 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 ou roatnable terms. Carnages of every description made to order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and tlie public may rely upon getting tlieir work when promised. Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best workmanship and materials. tBLACKSJIITHING. Every descripiion of BLACK SlIlTH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal term.. JZTHORSE SHOEING. We have in our employ experi enecJ HORSE 3H0ERS, and the public may relvou geHa-ir titeir horses shod in the neatest manner. All worker t cri t j our care will be under tlie immediate superichtidi u. c the l'roprictors, and no pains or evpense spared to give sat isfaction to all. We respectfully solicit from the public a liberal share of their patronage. feb 2 ly CRAM A SHEPHERD. 1833. HEW ARRANGEMENT. 185 J. GREAT NORTHERN .MAIL ROUTE From Nashville to Hew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington. rpWO Daily Lines of Stages leave N'ashville everv morn L ing at 4 o'clock for Louisville via tbeMAMMOTlt CAVK Tub Great woxdgb op thk Would. Also, via Tyree Spring, Bowling Green, Glasgow and Bardstown, arriving nt LxiHville the next day, being out only one night. Three Daily line of line Steamers leave Louisville for Cin cinnati and "Wheeling connecting at those places with the duferent Railroads to all of the Eastern and Noithern Cities. FARE REDUCED. To New York f 27. I To Washington 24. To Philadelphia 824. To lidtimore 23. Traveling time to New YorkS1 days. Through passen gers invariably have preferfJirc. For all infofmatioa or seats, apply at the General Stage Ollice Na.hville, G. ll. SLAUGHTER, Naslivilla, June 2. 1653-tf. Agent. X. IL All Ragg-ige at the risk of the owners. ' MEW STOUKOF FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS. A. PATTERSON, CJtUge street, XashtUle, Tennessee, HAS iust iceivcd a large and splendid ns.ortmeiit ot CABINET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS, Ac, whidi with his runner stock, makes one of the lanrest und bftit assortment ever ouercd in Nashville. Those wunting good and substantial articles, would do well to call. All work sold by me will be warranted. Nearly eighteen years exocrience in thin city, together with a practical knowledge of Ihe business, gives him advan tages in selecting such "articles as are unexceptionable in style and woikmanship and tinislu Al-o, on hand, a large stock of Flonr Oil Goth, SZtr Lamp', OirandoU, looking Glasses, Matra'tii and iX'iclt, in great variety. All of which will be sold very low. Call and eximine. apriliO A. P. JAKES GLOVER. W. L. BOVD, JUV QEtfEEAL AGENCY AND ETTELLISENCE OFFICE, So. CO, (Surry Street, 4 doqr from DcaJerict, Nashville, Tesn. GLOVER A: ROYD, (SUCOMSOKS TO W1LUAMS i GLOVES,) WILL attend promptly to Buying, Selling, Leasing, and Rcntin r Real Estate, Huvixo, htiuNO, and HicinoNe crohs, (f$f"Vehaveconifui table Iloomsand Cells for taking cure of ll") Negroes.J) Negotiating Lcuns Buying and Selling Stocks if everv description, Collecting Debts in any part of the United States, &c, Ac Orders for Negroes at iei.de J to promtlv.and inju nctions faithfully obeyed. KuFEitcxczs.-Ajov W U Campbell, Ex-Gov A V Brown, llrJolm Shelby, Wheless A Hobwn, Jlanltm, Dyer Pearl 4 Co., Jimker, W BSlieparJ & Co., Jtat,lrt, Col V K. Slevcnoii, Gen S It Anderson, Cki'hier Bunk of Ttnnts'ee O Ewiug, (iwhier 1'lnntem lit id; J 1( While, 0b M Chin nri Guurt, T TSmilev, Clfrk Circuit Court, Fit Cheatham CUri G'ntv (i'tri, l T Scott, XtiAriUi Inn, S 31 Scott Citu JTMl, ll Bridges. Scwahte, D Y Winston, Unirni JIM C 11 Ilachus, WraiMh. feb 22. BELL ATI!) BRASS FOUNDRY. OXFKUXT, A'EAX ItllUAI) Si'llEET, THE Subscriber rswctiiillv leturns nu fpL thinks to the tmblic fr nat favors, and so- JUS licitsaco!itinu.iiiCL'ofpatiwiageiiithe above enHiio nisi) 1 COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING. Together with every description of Metal; Turniugs Metal ie Packings. Balhit Metal ami CKStmgs. Soda Founts, Geuera'ors, AlclNnaps, and Pumps of eve ry description manufactured U order, or iepaired at short notice. Caih will be paid at all times for old copper and brass. june22 ly B. COLE. KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE. DIRECTED by a Board of Yisiiorsappoinletl by the State, is under the Superindendtnce of Col. R. T. P. ALLL, a disiinguislieu graatnie i est roiiu und a practical Engineer, aided by an able faculty. The course of studv is that uiuallv taught i i the best Collcirr. with the addition of an extended course of Mathematics, National Sciences, andTheoreticand Praeucal hmiueenng. The buildings of the Institute will be entirely refilted, and arrangements made for heating them with steam before the .)eiiingof the ensuing fall term, which will render tho In slitute entirely unequalled in regard to health, convenience, und ogreeableness of res'dence, as it is already in thorough ues otinst Miction and strictnens of government. Thcseveuth annual term uillopenoti the second Munday in rUptenjUtr, Entire cliatxe $100 per semi-annual session, (surgeimV le ?2 extra,) payable in advance. Address t!ie Siiperiiitendent, at "Military Institute, Franklin county, Kentucky," or the undersigned. P. DUDLEY, President of the Board. Louisville Journal, St Louis Republican, Pittsburg Gazet te, Nahrille Republican Banner, Na&liville Union, and Memphis Eaglo, will publish in city and country isMies, to the amount of $20, and send bill to the Superintendent at the Institute. july 3. 1 M Sin THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA. Ofitron &Jjrttr(tt,oitr tit Mittual J'roUftimi Ofaft.) (ABSTRACT OK ANNUAL STATEJ1EXTSTO MAT 1ST. 18T3.) AsseLs, Mav 1st, 1652. . . $2041,010 5t Premiums for the yearendiug. May 1st. ', Interest on Loans, 'Ac. '. Guarantee Slock, additional lo above. . . 195,250 5S 1,911 00 100,000 00 JH0.1S3 2 . 67,804 5C j Ibises, Expenses, returned Premiums, Ac., to May 1st. Capital May 1st, 1353 $353,318 70 I The rapidly accumulating Capital of this Company is the ! best gti.iri.ntee of its entire ell bilitr. Risks liken on the most moderate terms, and l-cs adjusted and met hem. I JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent. I Nashville. Mva2S. 18.-.3 tr I ii:T!.YT,V.VNl.V H.VII.ItOA I. I 'pitlS road now complete, it opens a c.-minur.lcntlon be-J- tween Pittub-arir ani l'lillaJoli-!.ia,orI'iUtiurt: and Haiti- ! more. Ity wkich Freight from the west can teach an eastern j markrftuulcker and cheaper than by any of Ihe pres -lit rival ' outon: thoy connect wltti iho daily packets at Pittsburg, from St Louit, IxiuUvllle, Cincinnati, Wuecline. and all the iliOorenl pnlutsonlhe western waters. AIowlth tho Cleve- ! Ian it and Pittsburg liail itnal, and Ohio aud i'cnnvlvanla Hull Itoail at Pituburi;. Cars ran luronsh between Pittsburgh Slid Philad..lihlwt;t-ij.ura5ihlprai-nt of freight, an advan- I rje hn ctn be aproclalcd by all gulp-. In cae of obstruction of navigation by ice or low water t fmlcM' westward can be forwarded from I'utsbur to Ciu- : uBoau, oriownt in tne interior bv Katlrna.l. it iti:s ir i:i;5s r Between PltUburand Philadelphia or llsltmoro. l'irfct Class. iriter Summer Hates. Hate. Dry Roods, Books and Stationary Hoots, t ma lbs. Khixs, Hats and Carnetlncr, Kura and Pel SI "Sets, tries. Feathers, Saddlery, Ve. llrnwn Sheeting it Shirting in Hales,') limps. Glass Ware, Groccnod, er-pt Pol- 1 85 eta. CO cLs BVe, Hardware, Hollow Ware, Machinery, J Oilcloth, Wool, iVe. j Third Clnq. Batterln Firkins & Kegs, Candle', Cot--) ton, In winter, Queenaware, Tallow, i 75 cti. 50 cts. Tubairo, In leafor Manufactured, Kast-f ward, Ac. a)e. J rourtli Clais. llacon.rotton ( In summer.) Coffer, 1 ard 1 and UrdOll, (through) 1'ort In full car- V 03 ct. 40 cU. loads at owners risk. J lico. V. Fraitrisctiv. Freight jfy-fnf, rittilinrg. V.. J. Slicnlcr, Freight .Igcnt, PiilaJrlpiit. Jtlarrruw A" Ii.iuns. Freight JSgentt,Iiatliaor J it. T.lltnf I . Freiglt jJ?U..Vj.7 Ifett at ,V. Y. II. IE. llitlistoit. tie. Freight Agent, rhiMelpkia. march 111, 1R53 ly K. A. hok.sk. S.S. WILUAMS, JXO. rijiisiL juuamix, lionxi: & co., WHOLES.V.E AND RETAIL GROCERS, Commission and Fl'I yarding Merchants, and Storers of Caton and Tobacco. Corner if MoiX-tanJ Hrojd Sis., Xil,rr!I. Trim. July S, UNl'OWDEIt MANUr ACTl'REt) BV T HAZARD Powder Company of Connecticut : THK lOOO M kegs Kentucky luae rowuer, 25 lbs each. A(M lull kegs do do do 12fdo do; 50 qr. kegs do do do do do do do 6Jf uo 25 do 25 do 125 do do; do; do; do; 300 kegs Deer lOOO kegs Blasting 500 lbs do (5 kegs each) 3O0 canisters fine Ride do 1 pound. The above powder has just been received direct from the manufactory of the Hazard Pow dor Company the quality of which is well known throughout the United States. All orderspromptly filled by application at my Powdor Dapot North East corner Public Square, Nashville. A1.S0 250,000 feet Safety Fuse of best quality. S.H. LOOMIS," Agent marchg.1) for tho Hazard Powder Company. W- ANTED. A lew thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for which wo will give the highest market price. icblS BEN. 31. NOEL BRO. -I. GROCERIES. PERKINS it CLACK, Commission and rorrvardiy.g McrckaBt'i Cotton and Tobacco Factors, -. Corner of CMtge and Church, street, Xas,nUeJ . COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 0 bags Havana; 50 do Laguyant; 50 do Java. CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 13,000 American; 100,0000 Cuba 6's and Melee Cigars; -CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm and Star; COTTON YARNS A lo'. of assorted No. Osnnbnrs.EU- perioi quality at himuuk. WtnTS-mi bxs llaisinl assorted sues.-. Ml drums llgs; 60 frails Almonds; 20 bblsrecans; FISH 50 barrels and ha'f barrels Mackerel; - 75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases bardines; FLOUR 0.3 bbls Gailigoj 175 Cincinnati; 75 do St. Ixmis (Harrison ;) GLASS SO0 boxes Window, all siies; 125 do Qt., PL, and X PL Flasks; 75 do Flint Tumb ers and Goblets; 60 do Squait and Cap Jars; 90 Demijons, live and three gallons; IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes, . LIQUOlt? 15 cases Iindon Porter quarts and piuts; 10 cas Scotch Ale " " 75 barrels American and French Brandy; 95 do Apple and Peach " 400 do Whisky, Tarious brands; 50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum 25 do Wine, various kinds; 100 do Cider Vinegar; i MOLASSES 160 bbls and 4 bbls reboiled and S. House; ..-, o.r t f i r, a i o uois oi Liouis ana u uoiaen oyrup; NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sixes; 150 do Wheeling, " PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles; 10 ca;s Tomatoe Catsup; SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar. 100 bbls St. Louisand Philadelphia Crushed and Pulverised; 25 do Joat (Lovenngs;) SPICES 10 bags Alb-pice; 15 do Pepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks tine and coase; 135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt; SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap; SEEDS 15 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands; 25 boxes Jennr Lind. sunerior article: SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive OiL Lead, Powder. Shot, Salocratus, Soda, Axes, Chains, Painted Buckets, it, &c For sale low for cash by PERKINS & CLACK. 5f"Liberal advances on consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool; 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard; n,I -Fnrit. K.-athers. Beeswax. Tallow and Ginseng. For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries. i-i tui Ait 800 hhds Prune Jewbuzan O 50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 60 barrels LoafSugar; 60 do Crushed do; 10 do Powdered do; Justreceivedand for saleby EDWARDS & 11AHKIS, may 22 TTOIiVSSES, SYRUP, VC. 150 bbls Prime Ho- JJA lasses; 20 bbls Suagr House Molasses; 10 bbls Golden Syrup; 20 kegs Golden Svrup, just re- ccived and for sale by ED WARDS & HARRIS. may 22 nilPl'KE 800 hairs Green Rio Coffee: J 100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 50 bags St, Jago Coffee; 25 do Java do, jut received and for sale by mav22 tiiiAUUBiiAuia O ALT, NAILS, &c 1.0W bbls KanawhaSalt; O SOU bags Fine and Coarse Salt; 600 kegs Nails and irads, for sale by mny23 EDWARDS A HARRIS. KJ ARS. 2y,ooo Genuine Havana Cigars; v J 1U0.UU0 imitation uo uo; 100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale bv EDWARDS 4 HARRIS. may22 CANDLliS. 2o boicf White and Fancy ax Caudles; . 20 do Sperm do; 200 do fctar do; 100 do Mowld do; For sale bv mav22 EDWARDS A HARRIS. RTTNTJTirES. ZCl BBISNo 1, 2 and 3 Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial, )U erel ISlacK and uunpowuer; 100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel; 25 do Salmon: 100 bxs Scotch Herrings; 20 cases Sardines; 100 bxs MR Raisins; 29 do Layer do, 50 qr bxs do do, 5 tierces Rice, 20 frails SS Almonds, 15 bags S S do, 25 sacks Pecans 20 do Cream Nuts. 2 cans Prunes, 5 do Citrons, 2 casks Currants, 5 hf bbls Cranberries, 10 cases Pic Fruits, 20 do Pickles. 60 bbls Yineean 5 "do White Wine Vinegar; 100 boxes Soap; 50 do Starch; 0 bbls Loaf Sugar; 20 do Crushed do 10 do Pow'd do, 3 tierces Dried Beef, 100 boxs Chewing Tobacco, assorted, 50 casks Carb. Soda, 10 bags Pepper, J1 bale Cloves, fcl do Cassia, 8 do Alspice, 5 ceroonslndigo, 2 hhds Madder, 10 bags Ginger, 20 do 100 do 15 do 20 do 20 do 10 do Pine Apple Cheese, 10 boxes Gr Pepper, Bent's Water Crackers, 0 cases Tougbson's Bit- Peiiicr Sauce, ters. Sugar Crackers, Soda do, Picnic do 25 cases Tomato Catsup, 15 do Lemon by rup, 200 reams Wrap Paper, 100,000 Corks, assorted, 50 bbls Water and Butter Ci ackers. With a great variety of other articles, for sale by mav22 EDWARDS & HARRIS. I ItANDIES, WaA'ES, kc 20 qr casks fine Brau- LJ dies 20 do Brandy Cherries. 10 hf pipes do do 25 V do do do 5 casks old Madeira, 5 do Sherrv, 50 V do Port;" 50 S.Malaga, 50 Baskets Champagne, Mumm's Fleur de Seller Anchor, Bonehe, A other brands. 2 puncheons Irish Whisky, V. pipctt f'LIC 11II114UU HIM, 1 hhd Jamaica Rum, 2doSt. Croix do. 100 Bbls Ohio Whisky, 50 do I) D Country do. 20 do l'enn. Rye do. 100 do American Brandy, 20 casks -lOndon Porter," 300 bbls Walker's Ale, tO do Wood's Pitts, do. 0 cws Newaik Cider, EDWARDS A- HARRIS. 25 cases Cordials. SO do Claret Wines, 20 da Mu-dcat do. In store and for sale by LAUD OIL. mav22 -50 Bbls No. 1 Lard Oil, lor sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS. JIcCItEA & TEIlirASS, Corner of Broad and College Streets, Isashvillo, Tcnn. Agent for Smith's IStUHmrghand Kherling, X X X, and Ctlflratfd Mennett PALTC ALr.S,roitTEU As HKOWS STOUT. HAVE now in store the following, which they will sell at Pittsburgh prices, (transport.-! :ion added) to-day: li" Bbls G W Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summeruse; 150 " Kennett Brand omai lo the best Scotch Ale; 100J do do for family use; 20 Casks Bottled do; may22 ly n-O. S'UGAlt ANI AIOLASSES175 hhds Prime New Orleans Sugar; 75 bbls Ixia Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar; 150 do Reboiled Molasses; 100 i bbl do; 2o kegs Golden Syrup; in store and for sale very low, (or Cash or Produce, by may 21 McCREA A TERRASS. COFFEE, FLOUIt, CANDLES, Arc ti(K) bags Rio Cotiee; 50 do Laguara do, 200 bbls Sup Flour, various brands; 1C0 boxes, boxes, and V boxes Star Candles; 75 do Summer and Tallow Candles; 60 do Doyles Superior Soan; 70 do Starch. For sale very low, by Jmay21 McCREA & TERRASS. IKON, NAILS, CASTINGS, STEEL Ai AXES. 130 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted; 10 do Bells hammered Iron; POO Kegs Nails, assorted sizes; 20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings; 6000 lbs English Blister, Crawley and Caststeel; 20 Boxes Axes. For sale, bv msy2I McCREA A TERRASS. LltiUOlLS. SM pipes Brandies, some very fine; 1 Ca-.k pure Holland Gin, Eagle Brand; 1 Pnncbf on Irish Whisky, very line; 25 Ji Casks Port Wine; 5 t Casks Sherry; 10V doTeiinerilfe: 25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and quarts; 80 Boxes Claret W ine; 10 do Brandy Cherries; 40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky; 85 do Sam Davidson's Extra do; 50 do Copper distilled Whisky; (10 do Monongahela Rj e do; 00 do American Brandy; 15 do American Gin; 10 do N. E. Rum; G5 do Sweet Malaga Wine; iu store, aud for sale on lib eral terms, by may21 McCREA A TERRASS. T OlIACCU AND CECAllS. 25 boxesLanghora and Annistead Gold Leaf; 40 do I erguson s do; P.O Viatps Insmilnni T.dinMSn. 95 do Ivpntuekv do: 00000 Havanna Cigars, various brands; j - 50000 Mela Cigars; 200W Cuba Sixes do; may2l McCREA & TERRASS. OA LT. 14K) Bags fine Salt. kJ 1 1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale low by inav2l McCREA A TERRASS. QUNDRIIS. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 doCopjieras, O 10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper; o oo AHpice; 2 cases indigo; CO cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas; 1 Cask Madder, S casks Putty (in Blad'rs) 4U0 uags hliot, awwined; 20 Casks hoda; P.o Boxes of Jenny Lind and Quart Flasks; 100 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks; 200 Gros Mason's Blacking; liVl.non Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum; 900 Lbs. Dried Beef; 400 Demijohns, assorted. The above will be sold very low at the corner of Broad nsd College streets, by McCREA A TERRASS. maySl n c. ruKMt itGcnii'Ts, BY KICIIOL cj- PEACOCK -TTrjIITE LEAD.-500 kegs Schoonmaker's celebrated r 1'nro n!luL.eaa, uirecurom inu itianuisciuror. ap 23. N1CHOL Ac PKACOCK. TTiI.HlJIt. 200 bbls White Wheat Flour, i- 500 do star brands. do do ap S3. NIC110L& PEACOCK. -50 boxes Fresh Knljens. N1CHOL & PEACOCK. ll ap.S3 AVSTCISS -5u boxes Robinson & Weutx's celebrated V sple'd Oysters, nut up In Olasn Jars; warranted to- keep Innny climate. NICHOL & PEACOCK. LAS I' I It A COFFKIS. 50bagsLagurla Co ffee prime article; 25 do Jamaica do Vi ?i's:...... NICHOL & PKACOCK. pUDMIED STJOAIt.l5bbls SuSar. YV7"IIMi.V.- luobbls Whisky. .1 KICIIOL & PKACOCK. m:i:1. 2l)0bushels Millet Seed fresh. JItOOMS. -20 dozen Shaker I! moms. NICHOL & PKACOCK. DKU COKDN AM) I'bllliiai I.INKN..-W L dozen auporlorCotton Bed Cords and Plough Lines. NICIlor, A- pSinni-ii 'llAIt 30 bbli North Carolina Tar. NICHOL & PEACOCK. lap 23. 1?lxrii.l TIKKCK Jan. 23. 50- Supir Pies, Just reeelrod by DAVIS cs SWANN. GROCERIES. MOBRIS it STRATTON. AVholesnle Grocers, I'rodnce aud ' .COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AKS DIlLIlS IN ToreigM and Domestic Liquors, Corner of Clarke and Market streets. Nahiti lli.Ti xx . HAVE now in store and for sale at very reduced prices for cash 200 Hogsheads choice New Orleans Sugar, 100 bbls LoafSugar, 50 bbls Powdered Su ar. 900 bags very superior Bio Cofi'ee, 500 barrels choice re-boiled Molasses, .100 kegs Eastern Nails, best brands, , 00 barrels New York Mills Flour, .,-150 boxes Star Candles, 50 boxes Pearl Sfarch, 100 do Rosin Soap, 200 Reams Wrap Paper, 200 gross Matches, 50 bbls pure Cider Vinegar 50,000 fine Regalia Cigars, 20 boxes Imperial Tea, 100 bxs Tobacco, vrs brd. 900 bbls Ohio Whisky, 50 dot Brooms, 100 do Bourbon Rve and 2000 lbs sugar-cured Beef 3Ionongahala'Whisky, 10 ceiooniS. F. Indigo, 50 bbls old DD do 1 cask best Dutch JIadder, 100 bbl A Kpipes American 150 do sup carb Soda, Brandy, 50 bags black Pepper, 25 bbU American Gin, 25 do Ginger, 25 do N E Rum, 1000 bags fine A coarse Salt, 25 do Malaga Wine, 1000 bbls No I Kanawa do. 80 do Port do 10 bbls Madeira and Tenneriffe Wine, 5 pipes supe. ior Old Cognac Brandy, 2 do do do Champaign do 50 barrels Walker's Summer Ale. With a great variety of other articles in the Grocery line. aug23 31. AS. GKOCEUILS, 4c, &c. e A UIIDS N. O. Sugar; 20 bags Gov. Java Coffee; OKI 2 200 bass Rio Coffee; 0 do Lag do; 50 barrels Molasses; 50 do; 100 Packages of Mackerel in barrels half barrels quarter and kits; lu Kits No. 1 Salmon; 20 boxes Scotch Herrings; 100 do Sardines; 200 Cannislers Lobsters; 120 boxes, 4 bxs, and bxs 31. R. Raisins; 4 Tierces Rice; 5 Casks Zantc Cnrrents; 10 barrels S S Almonds; 5 do Pecan Nuts; 2 do Cream Nuts; 2 do Eng. Walnuts: 10 Casks S Car Soda; 20 bags Black Pepper; 80 barrels Loaf Sugar; 10 boxes D. It. do; 10 barrels Crushed do; 10 do Powdered Sugar, 120 do Clarified do; 00 boxes Stearine Candles 50 do Star do; SO do Starch; 50 do Scap; 5 casks extra cured dried Beer; 50 barrels Cider Vinegar; 200 kegs Nails, all sizes; CO boxes Chewing Tobacc, different brands; 10 boxes best Smoking To bacco; CO Chests and bor.es Green and Black Teas; a bags Alspice; With numerous other articles in the grocery line, and for sale low for cash or good paper by dec5 E. S. CHEATHAM & CO. FINE BKAKDIES, AVINES, Jkc, &c 20 pipes pure Brandy, different brands; 4 do superior do, old; 5 do superior do eld; 50 baskets Champagne, different brands; 5 quarter casks Madeira Wine, old and fine; 20 do do do; i do Sherry do fine: 5 do fine Port do; 20 do good do do; 10 bbls Pure S 31 WineJ 2 pipes Holland Gin; 2 casks Jamaica Rum; 10 boxes assorted Cordials; 25 do Claret Wines; C do CuracoaAbsynthe Maraschino; 100,000 Imported Havana Cigars; 50,000 Domestic Cigars; for sale by, deco E. rL CHEATHAM A CO. "pvOMESTIC LIQUORS. 500 bbls rect'd Whisky; jl y hat uuis u. uisiuieu u uis&y, superior; 10 do old Rye Whisky, Pure; CO do N. Y. Pale Brandy; 10 do N-E.Rum; 20 do S. 31. Wine; for sale by, dec5 E. S. CHEATHA3I A CO, QUGAKS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old yj process; 150 bbls refined sugar Richland Refining; 25 do S. R. Iiaf Sugar; 20 boxes D R Brookliu LoafSugar; 20 bbls Crushed do do do; 20 do Powdered do do do; Just received and for sale low for cash by apl E S CHEATHAM A CO. T7LOU11! l'LOUR!: We have in store 500 bbls L' Flour, fresh ground and arranted good. Also. 200 bbls St Louis Mills, 700 bbls Ligan Jlilis, 200 do 3Iason's Red River, BOO do Orendoff 's. All choice brands, which we offer to the trade at low rates. janS E S CIIEUTIIAM A Co. f LASS WARE. 200 boxes Qurt, Pint, and Half Pint KJT Flasks. SO boxes quart bottles; 50 boxes asa'd tumblers; ou ooxes jars ganon, nan gallon ana quart; 2 casks tine decanters. For sale by dec5 E S CHEATHA3I A Co. Groceries, &c. 1 Bls Green KIo Coffee; lvU io Hogsheads Suear; 50 Bbls. Kobolled Molasses; 25 Boxes Palm Soap; 200 Bbls. Pikes and Wllshlres Whisky. 30 do Dornoatlo Brandy and Gin; 5 do S. II. Wine; 50 Bass assorted Cotton Yarns; 2 H Pipes Old Cog. Rrandv; 400 Bags line and Coarse Salt; 530 Bbls. Kanawha do. 2J0 Kegs assorted Nails; 25 do Wrought Spites. 30 Bbls. No. 1 Rosin; 10 do TAR; TOO Bbls. Ohio Flour; 25 do St. Lonls,do; 20 Bales Oakum (Hemp.) 10 Koels do (Cotton.) 10 Bbls Lard Oil; 20 do Loaf, Crashed and Powdered Sug&r; 4 Chests Jenkins dtCo.'s Teas; 25 Coils .Manilla Ko;.e; 500 t's Cotton Wrappfr.gTwlno; 50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread; 35 do Butter.Sodaand Boston Crackers: Togetherwlth, Indigo, Uadder, Allspice, Ginger, Black lne, 3lustard, Almonds, Cream Suls. bur and Tallow Can dies, Dried Beef, Brooms, Demijohns, Starch, Soda, Ground Dpices, utc. in nioru anu ior saio or Ja.19. K. STEWART & CO, ntlCKlVIHUT t-'lOUlC.-iObazs very ano Pitts s-f oarg,uucaueal Hour, re ceivea ano lor sale br dec.5. " K. .STEWART & CO. Cruiuberriea. dec. 5. S Bbls received and for sale, by R. STKWAKT& CO. JU.V1- ItUCtSlVKl). eyx BAGS Rio Cofleo; 40 hhds Sugar: 25 Bbls Mackrel: io air. io Qr.so Km io; 75 Bbls Molasses; 125 Hlf. do; 120 Bbls St Louis Flour; 100 do Cincinnati do; 15 Tierces Klce; 35 Boies, 35 half.35 Qr. Kalslns; ' 350 Drums Firs; 150 Beams. W . Paper; 35 Bbls Ale; 100 Boxeg Tobacco, various brands! IjIQ IJOK.S. 350 Bbls rectified Whiskey; 150 do Domestic Brands; 135 do do Gin; 125 do do Wine; 125 Bbls Old Bourbon Whiskey; 25 do old Monongehala do; 10 do " X. K. Kara. 50 Boxes Claret Wine. 26 do Pale Sherry do. 5 Casks Maderla do. And for sale low by doc. 11. J. C. FKRNCI1 V C O IHYDRIES. 100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes: O 50 boxes Langhorn A Armslead's Tobacco, very su- jienor; 20 barrels Tar; 15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard; 2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for familyuse;" 25 gross of box 3Iatches; A few barrels of tVat 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 rtewanee uouse. mayilj K. r. Ut.lAj. h. A. LANIER. H, LAXIEC LAMER & BROTHER, Wholesale firoccrs, Commission and Forwarding Mercliants, And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, sepU Market street, Nashville. LIQUORS. 100 bbls Tennessee D I) Whisky; 50 barrels Old 3Ionongahela " 50 bbls Old Bourbon Vhisky;30 bbls New England Rum; r kjih i)c si; a. ji. tun; ,0 " Old Reserve " 20 " Sweet Wine: 10) pipes Old Cog. Brandy;10 " Old Port Wine; 2 " Holland Gin; 20 boxes Brandy Cherries; 10 bbls old Maderia Wine: 50 " Claret Wine: 20 Indian bbls Sweet Wine; 10 ' assorted Cordials; 100 bbls A.3LBrandy; 15 gals. Old French Brandy; In slore and lorsale low by LAMER A BROTHER. SUNDRIES. 100 bbls best Flour; 100 kegs of Nails; 1000 bbls No. 1 Salt: 20 tons assorted Iron: SO doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbls Brimstone: 20 nests of Tubs; 5 " Alum; 20 " hall bushel measuresjion J'lows; ,5000 lbs bar Lead; 20 bbls No 2 31 ackerel; 200 bags Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do; 100 assorted Demijohns; 20 bbls S S Almonds; 50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars; 0 " I Arge Pecans; 50 doz Bedcords and Liues;50 boxes Figs; 50 ba?s Race Ginger; 800 " Tobacco, assorted; 25 baft Pepper; 8 tierces Fresh Rice; 50 boxes Dried Herring; 25 bbls English Soda; 1 cask 31 adder; 50 boxes Fresh Teas; 10 boxes Stoughton BillcrsjlO " Crome's best Indigo; 20 " B. W. Flour, ext; Togetberwith many other articles, which will be sold low by decI4 LANIER A BROTHER, market st. BANKING'S PATENT LACE. 0B ABDOMINAL SUP PORTER, IT'OR weak and delicate persons, male or female, and those . who are atllicUd with the lollowing diseases, viz: Weakness of the Breast, Bronchitis, Shortness of Breath, Pain in the Chest. Weakness and Bleeding of the Lungs, Paluitation of the Heart. DvsneDsia. Costireness and Pilus. Pain in (be Back, Spinal Curvatures, and Enlargement of one Hip and Shoulder, Falling of the Bowels, and a Ten. deney to liupture. Prolapsus Uteri, or Bearing Down, Ir regular, Pauiul or Profuse 3Ienstruation, a Tendency to Abortion, and Painful Preguancy, and the bad shape mci dent to Child Bearing, a Disposition to Drooping, Lounging and Weariness, common to clerks, mechanics, students, 8eauistres.'es, and others who keep inclined positions. The subscriber has had the exclusive sale of this celebrat ed Mrace for several years, during which period a large number have been solil to those who have given the highest testimonials of their remarkable curative powers. The most satisfactory references can be given to persons in the city of Nashville and surrounling country; furthermore, they are recommended by some of the most celebrated and extensive Practitioners of Medicine in Nashville and the adjacent country. For sale by U U SCOVEL liruggist ana Apoinecary, u,ui.--iucuiiiie i-uuucoquare, three doors West of the Nashville Inn. augl8 tf, Eli UINE SCIIEIHAM SCILN AI'S We have a few dozea of this fine Lignor. For sale at a low- price at lilies a uu, may is o. i, iecjar street. MEDICAL. DR. EOQERS' LIVERWORT!! AND TAR '; ' FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF Coughs, CM, Influenza, Asthma, Jironchitis, tpitling cf Blood, and all other Lung CtinfiainU tending to CONSUMPTION. 'THE GREAT COTJOH EEMEDY! EEADER 1 have you a Cough, which you are neglecting, under the idea that it is only a common cold, that it will soon "wear itself out ?" Let a friend tell you, in all kind nrs, what will soon be the probable result. In a short time, if you continue to neglect yourself, yon will begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression across the chest, accompanied with frequent sliai-p darting pains. Then a dry, hackmg 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 still take no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills, Night Sweats.Copi ous Expectoration, and thcuGreatProstration. If you still neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see yon consign ed to the grave, leaving your friends to mourn how rapidly C0NSU3IPTI0N did its work, and hurried you away. Friend! have you no cause to De alarmed? In the above sketch you may see as in a glass, how ever)- case of Con sumption progresses, with more or less rapfdity, to a fatal termination. Of all the Thousands and 3Iitl:ons whom this gnaiLDestroyer has gathered to the tomb, everysingle case began with a Cold! Iflhfs had been attended to, all might have been well but, beingneglected, under the fatal delusion that it would " wear ite!f," it transferred its deadly action to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there tho formation of tuberchs. Another, and another cold added fuel to the flame, until these tnbercles began to soften and suppurate eaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lungs. At his crisis, the disease is very difficult of cure, and oftentime, sets at defiance all human means. In the latter or worst stagc,,this medicine will oftentimes arrest the dnase, or check ItsJ-.rogress, and will always make the patient more comfortjlile, andprolong his life, and is therefore woi lb)- of a trial; but in its incipient orfonning periods, Consumption isas curable as any other disease, and "Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverworth, Tar, and Canclialagur ," if taken at this time, will cure it J5J AS SURELY AS 11' LS TAKEN 1 Jg2 This is strong language, but we can reft r you to numberless living witnesses to prove that it is TRUE! And therefore, we earnestly exhort every man, woman aud child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med icine by you in the house; and wbeneveryou take Cold, do not "let it alone" to work mischief in your system, but eradi cate it thoroughly, at once, by this power, fully healing com pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry you in full vigor to a good old age ! MOTHERS! Have you delicata, weakly children, who are always faking cold, and subject to Croup? Renumber! There never wa3 case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold 1 And when your child goes to bed wheezing and coughing, you know not that, before morning. Croup may not set in, and ere you can get a Physician, your dear child may bo beyond the reach of help. We beseech you therefore, as you value the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in the house, and when your little ones take cold and -commence coughing, give it to them at once, and rest not until the ough is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, after the most extended experience, that if this advice were followed no child need ever DIE OF CROUP, for the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at th's ag gravated and fatal stage. Let every 3Iother, especially, heed well these remarks, that she may not hereafter, when mourn ing over the early blight of some cherished blossom, have occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect It is an old adage, that "to be furwarned, is to be forearmed." Parents I so let it be in vour case. Be sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers' Svrup of LIVERWORT, TAR and CANCHALAGUA, and let no other be mimed on you. SCOYIL & MEAD, 111 Cbartres Street, New Or'eans, Wholesale General Agents for the Southern State, to whom all orders and applications for agencies must be addressed. Also sold by BERRY, julyl. Agents. Atlanta, July 15, 1S53. DR. WM. ill c LANK, INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR, RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizensof Nakhvilk and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resj dence of fourteen years in the South, and pcrmaneiitlyla cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Was! ington and Pearl streets, where he may at all tunes be fount by those who may wish to consult him. He has in his possession many certificales from men f eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the most distressing caes of the following diseases, vie Ner vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies. Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffiilous, Hcmoptasis of the Lungs, and other Hemoragos; Diarrhcra, Diseases of the Kidneys, 31er curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases "of Chil dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu man system. . During his residence in the South, he attended fo over ten thousand different cases, all of u hich he treated n ith more than ordinary success. Dr. 3IcLane hopes from his much experienceinthe3Icdi cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage of the sick and afflicted. Nashville, Fpb 9 ly. PR. WM. 3IcLANE. paAHLettersaddrcsscd,post-paU, to South Aashville. FAKJU fr'OK SAL1J In W ilson couuty, seven miles from Lebanon and mile from Cumberland river. The farm contains 430 acres of good land, 200 of it in heavy Cedar timber, suitable for Railroad Ties and other building purposes, 150 acres cleared, and in a good state ef cultiva tion, plenty of never-failing water for stock, and one of the finest springs in the State that never fails in the dryest sea son The improvements are all new a good double log house, and other out houses, with bsrns and stables; also, a fine young orchard of peaches, apples and other fruits. The situation is as healthy as any m the State, in a good neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches. Those wanting a good farm will do well to look at this be fore buying elsewhere. Terms: One third cash, balance one and two years. For reference apply to me. Nashville, or on the premises for merly occupied by T. 31. PaMon. ang!8 2mw ' C. E. WOODRUFF. TO ALL AVIIO SUFFER WITH ANY PAIN. pvK. T. J. COLHUItN Dentist. i , J. COLilURN-Ucntist. this method of infonningthe pub-, J Takes t! lie that he is located permanently nt Trenton, Tenn and is prepared to perform any operation, that he may De caned upon to no, in the shortest notice; plate wort neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. He will visit occasionally, Jackson, Teun.. and snrrounding towns for the purpose of doing plat8woik principally. Persons wishing new sets of Teeth inserted on geld platp. to be of service to them, are solicited to patronize him, with the assurcanc that satisfaction shall be given. rcsmvKLV. or no pay octl4 ly. WEI11LS & RAWLIXCS", GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER CHANTS. Main (treet, one door Xm-'hof Union, Memphis, Tennetsfe. HAVE on hand a full supply of Groceries, Bagging, Rope, Bacon, 3fcss Pork, I,ard, Candles, Flour, Ac., wnich they will furnish to their customers on the usual terms. All Cottons Shipped to Hem by water will be covered by an open policy unless written across the face of the Bill of Lading, at the time of shipping, no Insurance. EtT vt e are prepared to mate uasn Advances on Cotton in slore. WEBR, RAWLINGS& CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION ME2CHASTSJ Xo. 53 Cirondelet ktreei, Xw OrUans, Any of our friends who wish facilities on Cotton o be ship ped to our house in New Orleans can call on us at3Iemphis" or address us at N. Orleans. july29 Cm. 53?" Eagle A Enq., Whig, 3'emphis; Union," Nashville; W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six months, and send in bill. Memphis Appeal. ECONOMY AND. CONVENIENCE. The subscribers ofTer the following good and suQicien reasons why every family in the South should use the Wrought Iron Cooling Stons. Manufactured by them and called THE TENNESSEEAN: IsL It is of Southern manufacture, being made by the subscribers in the city of Nashville. 2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must outlast three or four cast iron Stoves. Sd. It is more complete in its cooking apparatus than any cast iron Sfove. 4th. It is so simple in construction that a child can use it. 5th. Its economy of fuel is such that it does not use halt as much fuel as a cast iron store of the same size. 6th. In the economy of time it is imnortant. as it can be heated ready for uso in a few minutes. 7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove ij heated at the same time. 8th. Its perfect reliability as we have put iro over four hundred of them in this State, and no one has ever failed to give entiae satisfaction. SNOW, 3IACKENZIE A CO. july!4 College st, Isashville. CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE. FORMERLY GBrFFTNHOUSE. CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE. THIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps of the passenger car landing of the Western and pi jj j! Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of Thomas Crutchfield, assisted by3Ir. J. W. F. Bryson and Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J. Griffin acquired a very high reputation as a first class hotel. The present proprietor having secured the services of Cel. Grifhn's barkeeper, and havingpurchascdhis most excellent rook and house boy, and havingrurnished the house entirely anew .hopes to retain its high reputation and merit public patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with au omni buslo and from the boati THOS. CRUTCHFIELD, feb21 ly Proprietor. THE AMERICAN SOAP COMPANY. THESE Soaps are presented to the public as the best labor-saving Articles ever discovered. And everyway worthy of the lullest consideration. They dotlwworkoflhe Lanndrv in Com Water, either SOFT. HARD or SALT dispensing entirely with boiling, pounding, nibbing, Ac Ac, consequently a large amount of fuel, and wear and tear of clothing is saved, and not one-fourtb ihe amount of labor is eiiuireu 10 uo ine wasiuiig oi uiuiuiij. The tendency of these Soups is to soften the Cloths and re move the dirt; and in their use, the hands are made soft, the complexion clear and while. Washing is done by simply j rubbing the Soap on the patts of Clothes most soiled, and placing them in water sufficient to cover them there let them remain a few hours then with a slight hand rubbing and good rinsing they will be perfectly clean and beautifully bleached, and without injury to the most delicate fabric. j The cost of these Soans is no more than those ordinarily I used; and besides this, the great wear and tear of Clothing consequent upon the old method ol hard rubbni" upon a Board. 3Iachine. Poundinir. Barrel. Ac Ac, is wholly avoid ed, and luel being entirely dispensed with, an immense sav ing is thus made. Jly applying it to your Capets, it will remove all grease and spots or dirt, without in the least injuring their color or texture. 3Ierinos, Silks, Shawls, Ac may be washed with perfect safety, Cotton Goods, Prints of any color that will fade in water alone, when washed with theie Soaps according to the directions will not change, but remain firm, and tho colors rendered more permanent. For removing grease rrom floors, or from any article of Clothing it is invaluable aud for washing Gilding, 31irrors, 3Iaps, Pictures, Furniture, Dishes, Lamps,SiIver Ware, Ac, Ac, it is superior to any other Soaps. leaving the goods soft, and free from any order. The attention of Woolen 3Ianu acturers is particularly called to these facts. Let every person give our Soap a trial this is all we ask. For sale by aug? W. H. GORDON A CO. DRY GOODS, &C. R O, ANDERSON & CO. . FnsUIoimble Clothing- UmporttiBl. Oa .Virttt stttet,oppi!iite Maxey,McCtxre lr C. HAVE nowl'n store oneofthepretttcst assortments or Fash. lonabU Spring nudSnminer Clothing overoCore-Sinthlsmarketjbelnsan entire new slock, havlag the mlsforUnoto have our lasuurumer'sstock destroyed by the fire, on Union st. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretoforehestowed on tfaom, they earnestly solicit a con tinuance, of tho samo, and promlso that nothing shall bo wanting on their pari to givd entire satisfaction to all who will favor thorn wilhacall. Ourstock consists In partof Black and Fancg Clcth, Doe and Crape Cassi meres, Drop D'cte Cassitneres, Linen, Alpaca, Dress, Drick Shear.ey Cassimeres, Satin, Grass, and Sack Coats. Best of Black and Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valencels, Linen and Marselles, some ofthem beautifully embroidered. ALSO a cood assortment of Voaths and ISoyn, Clotlilng Hats of Jovery Description and stylo, amongst them some extra one PANAMA, BRAID, FRENCH, KOSSUTH ANDMAGYK, toethervith every article required for a gentleman's ontat. Cloths, Cassimere and Vesllcjs, a Slio assortment, which will bo sold by the paterns or made up to order In the most fash lonabla stylo. Cirons n call gentlemen, we think we can convince you this is tho place to buy a good article lowfor cash. it. C. ANDERSON, may H. STUNK LAKE. JUST RECEIVED FR03I OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA; A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSISIERE PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best 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 Goods of the finest and most costly articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SniRTS, of superior quaUty. Also Davics and Jones SHOULDER SEA3I SHIRTS, o different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWEES of various qualities aud materials. Gentlemen can depend up on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar street, near the Post Office. jan'-'O CLIFTON A ABBOTT. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB LISHMENT, Xo. 11, Cedar Street, Jive doors from the PulJic Square, "VT7"HEilE may be found a choice and well selected vSS stock of Cloths, Casiineies and Vesting, all JHl of which will be made up to order iu the mostrash- 'it ionable Stvle and at as short notice as carl be done in any city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times. Ready Jlaile Clothing. Coats, Pants andVestsof all kinds. A tine assortment of .Men's Furnishing (Joods: Silk and Jlerino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac, n KsyGarments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine, mr 5 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent, CO v W S es w sS S s s es 'Jl i.2 2 3 s o a .2 -i a sip, .Sip -5: g tn 2 ? 3 .. T tr. P 5 aS. coco " I 2 m - g . P a "A S Of a : t5- -xM;tcc;s?'rfi:E-i'.&: M s a o n. . L. . t. 1 1 -1 -1 JOHN SULLIVAN Ar SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS For tho Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and Western Produce Generally, Bdtimm.MJ. RFEnr.xs. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq 3Iesrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. jur.efi I'.m. w. u. goepov, c. u. BnyAifT W. H. GORDON & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. For the sale of Merchandise, generally, 2m I rusnraLr, texy. A.Trii.YvTI:, ATTORXKV AT LAW. Jackson, Tekh. Practices in Madison and tlio a-ljonl!i counties, nd will give prompt attention to colleetitg and any other business iu his profession. feh Vi O. UACGSKGO:!, X. K. AlUlWtT, J. JUXKIIEAD. MACGEEG02, ALL0VAY f; CO., C O M 31 1 S S I O N M E KC1IA N T S 55 St. CiunxsB Stbebi, (third Slore above Pf. diaries Hole!,) 'Sow Orleans. XT N. E. ALL0WAV A CO., Na,hvi!!e, Tenn., are al all times prepared to make liberal cash adi-ances on ship ' ments to us. seplfi IUPOI.TKRS Or Wines, Ilrandics. Cigars, Cliampnlgncsj &c, xo. 10, beayei: street, xew tora: And Rue ia Bastide. Boriikvcx. mavis ly. Nashville Carriage Mnnniaclory CAKUIAGIISI! CAIIKIAfillSI! I THE snbscrlbertalifs this method ofjreturnliic his most sliceie thanti Uitis frjendaand the publicgenerally, for tlio patronage he has already received, and would say to them, that ho nou haa on hand the I.nitrct and Stent assortment of WORK cveraflered In this martet: from tho liehtTlIOTTIXG SULKY lo the finest CAKIUOLA CAR HIACK, all of my own Manufacture. Persons from a distance can rest assured or alway flndln" sometliinfr that will snlt their taste, "if In the shape of a Tarrlaite." I have the bci.1 Workmen to Io uiy Vorlt. Call and see mv ansnrtment. X. B. I am prpparc-d to bnlld Wort to order ashort no tice I will pay particular attontlon to repairing, and will sell or repair at as low a price aa an j good builder. FKKD. SLOAN, Jy. iMver . Market Street. riu 'I'll I'll w.U THK tubscriDer X bees leave to stale that he still carry on thn COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS. at bU old stand on North Market st, two door below II. & B. Douxlass.ifc Co. Keon conttantlv onh.md a large and well assorted stock from a fight Boggy to a Car- iiuia. Iliantral for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a continuation, hoping by cheapness, dur; allllijandood work- luiiiiMnn mi lueru jour raironasre. Jaii2-ly. GEO. U SLOAN. MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA. -rVlJtiUXM-A, tJA. THE TWENTY SECOND Course nfLeciures in this In stitution will commenceon the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER NEXT. FACULTY Ar atomy, G 31 NEAFTON, 31 & Suicerv, LA DUGAS. 31 D. ChemUtiy and Ph.irmacv, ALEX 31EANS. 3r D. 11.1. . 1 r .1 r . . rpi . it. . - . . . Ihe City Hospital, and ample opportunities will bp afforded Tor the study of Practical Anatomy. Fee3 for the entire Course. . . .'. $io.j Jlstriciil.itif.ii Ticket (lobe laken once) 5 For further particulars, apply to ag27 GM.NEWTON, Dean. ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP J For render ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, whiteand soft, remnvingf.aliowi'es3, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tan, freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence imrnsdiateh allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating nrom-rties m-events the lYirmstion r.f wrinHi nnA humal.na them ifalready termed, eliciting on the cheek of age the 1 clearness and smoothness of youth. Prepared by Dr. F F. Gonrapd. 67 Walter St.. 1st Store from Broadway, N. York: I j or sale by Icb9 (iEUHGEuREIG. . -r 1 1MIENCI1 WINES AND iJUANDlE.".-Ai.t;ay JL on hand, awell assorted variety of foreign Wines and niium, jnuup iu woou anu Domes, ana mr sale ov feb9 GEORGE (,fREIG. TilNE Al'PLIiS AND PKACIIKS .Inst r- ilnet re- L ceived, a ft'&.h lot ofl'ine Apples and ftsithes, put np i in glassjars, and for sale by GEORGE GREIG. j CHEESE. 50 boxes Western Rte-etve Cheese, J ceivcu l5TNE X Goshen feba sbv GEORGE GKKIU. iIGS. On hand and for rwile a sural! lot of ypry fine ' Figs, by fob' GEORGE jGRglO. aUii DIIOPS. A fresh wipply offlncsTqiTalilO'iun Drops of various flavors, just receivad and forsale by jaw QILflnEio CHOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in J small sticks and in half pound cake", put up in tin foil, j and for sale by feb9 ui.umu. (ir.iilti. T?RENCII NEUGA CAN1JV Just received by ' X express a small lot of lute French Neauga Candy put j up in tin (nil and for sale by GEORGE GREITi. f ItE EN TEAS. -50 cans fresh (ireenfcas, hermetl V. icany scaiea, on nana anu ior sale by feW GEORGE GREIG. FUESII TEAS. Justreceived. an extra assortment ol'Blaek and Green Toss orthefingst qualities import, ed, and warranted superior, for sale by febl GEO. GREIO, Union street. IAKK AND LEAVES. I wish to purchase with J cash, a large quantity of Chestnut Oak Bark and Shoe make Leaves, lor Taning purjirees. Apply to J. G. 3Ioore, corner of Union and 3Iarket streets. july27r-dAwtr. FREDRICK ROTH. IT'LAX SEED. 1,000 bushels Flax Seed wanted, ; for w hich the highest price will he paid in cash, by johnsOnahorne, Broadway. Eh j i w 3 .At? & a s i . d-rtOiCja-SCe: C-ij . nTirvi V 1 ,1 p eulca' Junl. "ar: sw'i-aiace. Capt Hlvonnt leaves Pittsburg Wed- 10 boxes Stoughton' Billers;10 " Crome'a best Indi. n?:1 j desday; Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, leaves Pittsburgxliurs- 20 " B AVheat Flour, ext; la'&K FVP Mil oMUmennnd lnr-n, J A ! day: 1'itisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves PitUburg Fri , , Together with many oilier articles which will h,M & and Paiholegica. Analomy, II V 31 3IIL- nurg ' - ' 5 ''f tiandPrac.iceofMedicine.LDFORD.M,,. fSSi" " ' '"ille- ' St' A trZX l?TTTr')'T'tiS Fare thronM. byRailroa-lfromPhilailelphiatoriltsburg, ' Ceder ,.,d OSsSSSSr r)e?,aEV1 . . ?-9 .iK19JW;M.WuandClwS: , Also toinfi.rm thm that 1 haveoXnd l2ltr7rZ -- 1. kja4 iitiui uiiiji t 1 1 1 is iiHiivnrnfi riwrii ur r ni lino x 1 n nmhno in TrTni..,?n. si, nz x ' . m sinsi. ULWaj -M- ''cfcorFancrHhTnerrTea: Deserf, and Terete ' ndanyother larming impl ai i hli ullivj.cii to boxes fciqienor 1 feiis; i ancy Toilet Bottles, Decanters, IuiriIoxe, Goblets ""8 country. mc ;i('ic vuee.-e, received anu lor raie oy i asea, uouee tups. Jewelry lioxes. (JandleMiLts i he TRANSPORTATION. RATES REDUCED. ! THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Com nan v. and the Tennessee River M.3L and Tram-nortation Company, have adopted the- following rates of Transportation on Freight between Nash ville, Tenn, and the various landings on the Tennessee River. I I l !. ?i FROM NASHVILLE TO g g S 2 ; 1 -I li Ms f First C L isi-Boots vShoes, uau.uonneu, vrj uooas Soerally, Cltrarstn boxes orcases,'l in Vare,ClocIts, Wooden Waro, Light and Hollow Ware. Castln. Wool, Feathers, Ginseng Horse Collars, Stoves and fitove Ware, Teas, urngs In cess and boxes, Saddlery, Candles, Cm-i lectlonarioi, ivc, per 100 pounds ....T3 ..to .so fcrcosD 1 lass uzar, CotTeo. Alolasses, Nails. Tin Plate, Bar and Pig Lead, Fish in barrels. kegs, tuts, occ, lciiow Glass, Cotton Yarn, Do. mestics, Hemp and KajEs la bales, Tobaeco In box. es,Rire, Hides, Bale Kope BaziDg, Cordage, Leaih erln rolls and bis. Uard- waro. Glass and Clneens- "ware In crates and boxes, Lead ar.u rainu in kegs, I Clover Seed, Cheaa, Candles, boap, Butler, iteeswax, Oils, Bracdits, uinesanaotoer liquors. Varnish. Turpentine, &c, per ion lbs TmzD Cum Bacon, Lard and Pork la tl-rces or bands, liar I on, ..CO .CO ".CO; ..'.'.70 .75 Heavy caaimga, lirluj Stones and undressed Marble per ICQ lbs Pig Metall per 1C0 lbs... W hUky.perbbloriOgal. Salt, per bbl Flour, per bbl, and Salt sack .55 ....65 SI 90 1 50 51 501 1 00 $1 so 1 W) SI 501 S3 CO 1 50 1 VOi ....S3 ..si: ,...f5 1 00 Porter Ale, and Domes-i 11c iiijuurs, jivr uuiuiwi salons Lard Linseed, or other 170 1 o 1 70 s 10 2 15 Oils of Tennessea Manu facture, nerbbl of40eals, 1 TU 1 TO 170 2 10 2 15 Powder, securey pack ed In casks nrhozsheads. per UO pounds Carbojs, mineral Acids. 1 30 1 30 30 1 50 1 60 (at Unmpant's conven ience,) each Piano Fortes. boxed.... 2 50 3 50 10 00 2 50 2 75: 12 OO1 3 00 13 0J ID CO 10 CO, Cotton Gins boxed, and Portable Harrow's o r Queen or the Sou.hilil.s each...; SSI 8 51 8M Plows .(assorted.) and I I I 9 50 11 00 PS CaltiTalors, each..... .. SO S0 L0 651 REGUIATIONS, CONDITION'S. ANI) EXCEPTION'S. Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be in variably charged as loti lbs., Find CIxss Rates. All articles 01 unusual s-ize or weight, chaiged in propor in to the trouble and expense of handling and space occu- tion nied. GixmIs in lViclragesnot secure orinsufticient for the pro tection of contents, will' be transported only at owner's rink. Al t claims fordanwgp must be collected of the party de livering the goods, and ctaimspir lost or mi.-J.ing- goods must be made within Ou dajsirum datenf vhipnlent, or they will not be allowed. Theabove Cornjanies will nut be responsible for Leakage of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, or for Ihe lireakage of Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless they be securely Packed iu Wooden Oases with their tops exposed. The followingArtlcles will only be Transported at "Own er's RiiV, as to Breakage, Cliating, Frost, Heat, Storms, Accidents, or Unavoidable Delay?, vis Jlolasses, Dressed 31a:ble, Gias aud Chinaware, Green Fruils, Tomb Stones, Rags of Shot, Ie-e, Demijons, Fur niture, unboxed, 31ovcables and Household Goods, Fresh Fib, Poultry, Live Stock of even- de.-cription. Boxes, Cl ears nut Ca.setl. Carbovs. Aeiils. Ymtimr IIIiissm. MusiciiI Tnstrunienls, Rooks and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and iShrubberv. Stoves and Stove Castinirs. Liirht and llollow VC&tings. On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all intermediate points, no extra charge ill be made during the low water season, except that all articles carried at less than Third Class Rates, will then be charged at Third Class, but detentions arising from low waterare entirely at the risk of the owner. On Freight to Knawille, and all intcrmedite points to Chaltanonga, Twenty-tive (25) cents for 100 lbs may be added during low water, but in no case is there any responsibility assumed for Ihe detention ot Goods during 'or on account of low water. Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. & C. R. R. C, Nashville, will be received on the uharf, all charges paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayage or Commission. No Freight received on the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex cept on Goods for Tennessee river. Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above sub ect to special contract. Emigrants with theirfamiL'esand moveables taken through at low rates. Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, will address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. It. U, Nnsli ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres, Twin. River 31.31. A T. C, Chattanooga. IT. L ANDERSON, SupL N. A C. R. R. C. JAS. WILLIAMS, I"res. Twin. River 31. 31. A T. C. jtino8. - FALL AKIt VNtJllMlTS. FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH VILLE. Bl an arrrngeraent between the South Carolina, ira&Km, GejH-gia, Western and Athmthrand Nashville si-5;W, aud Chattanooga railroad, goods will be brought througli to Nashville at the following rates: VltoT CLAM. Boxes Hats, linnets. Furniture, Teas and other light goods, per cubic foot.. . 32 toiM cutss. Roxes Slices, Dry Goods Saddlery. Glass, Drus. Con fectionaries, Carupheue, Spiriti Turpentine, in casks, Ac., per 100 lbs. , t 20 Tuinn clasx All articles not coming under specific rales, as enumer- 1 . .1 r.. . T . . : it . 1 1 1 , . . .. bicu m uieianu vi me rvaus oeiweeu ijnaiianoea be plainly and distinctly marked to the care ol Agent of Na-hville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooga, 1 and Agent ofSoulh Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston! 1 Persons shipping from easlern cities can ship bv steam- I ers at or about 12a, by propellers at fee., and sailing ves- 1 sels at from Sc. fo 7c per foot ! W hen the Nashville and Chat lanooga road is completed from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be made, or which due notice will be given , x. ANDERSON, Sunt N. iCK.lt. Co. I N. II. Tlie same difference will be made when goodsare to be delivered at Decherd. Shelbvville and Mnrfrp!-,r, or other stations on our road, as is now made between freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights rrom the above poinU to Chattanooga, under the arrangement with the Tennessee River 31. 31. A T. Co june 16 If n. I. A. NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Oliio Railroad. Phil adelphia la Piltsburg, Pa, Slassillon, Wooster, Cleve land, Toledo. Columbus. Cincinnati. Indian.innlis Ijifjrii. Terre Haute, Chicago, and Jlilkaukie. Through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Cinciurali in 37 Lours. Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to tho Great West Passengers will find this the most pleasant roule to N. Orleans. Only ?ll to Cincinnati : $12 to Louis- tine; 10 ou ijoui. Crestline,) ?15; Chicago, (via llipblan Southern It. R.) 18 25. To Chicago, aukegan, Kenosha, III, Racine, 3IiI- waukie. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Slicl'lean VUI-IIU .HWUUUll) (10, ine uars will leave ihe Commonwealth's Station. N. TL Coracar of Schuylkill Fifth and 3!arket Streets, where lickela can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents of the State and Columbia Railroad Lines. I i , . . r, . . ""'" """"S" 'u i uisuurg, i;iave- land. Cincinnnti nnd riiim ii-ill lJ. T .i.Ji: . 1 ..v..6u u. voiuuuaii iu vi uuum. i The night Mail Train at 10, p. JL Through to Cincin- ,u -18 hours, including one night's comfortable rest at 1 ilb-burg. . TIle alve 1!ne3 Pass through and stop at Lancaster. Har- nsWirg, LesyUiown, HpilhiBdnn, HoUidaysburg, John- Sfllvn llrAatilm.r, .. I :.. I I ! . . , ' u.WkMMU,,, uuu idlL-llUCUilllU JI1UCCH. ftOTiCK. In case of Io, the Company will hold tbemsel ves responsible forj-ersonal baggage only, and for an amount not exceeding ?100. THOS. JlOORE, Agent. TIiD Coh.mhm T!.-,iIrr.-.,l T.!n l'll..l..,w. r. bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station at 1J4', I'.JI. uuu enaiion . fTiin.lTatti. Card Baskets. InfcStands.ilnrr. Paner Weir.ht T,.Jsn? Uil..n.l l.l rii.1.,. ...j c??.' i. ,? wufcU tJ,c, UUU1.IH U4U Ullfc lo:iowingiIaiIyStinPuckelsfromJ'itlsb'4re;BuckeveState 50 Capt 31 W Beltsboover, leaves Pittsburg Simdav: K"evtone 25 - v.. 4.i tHiiiii.'uu. uu ine vo State, Capt Charles Stone, leaves Pittsburg 3Ionday: AHe 50 it -. . . . ' " . "--7.- 1 . w ooie.H rren 'ipn- wviumuuiu uws, luiL-utj. it; 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 it 1 1 inn 1 hu.uuuui. - . re l i ic :. . i ... , , , . .. . . Salt Stand, with a great j orders Sir W heel Barrows and Carts, aud other o!en togcther with gilt and white id" for making roads. n and Glass Wares all of . The Slannfaclurrag or Waggons is under th Snn.riBin. varlely or Otlier lancy articles; ti China. Stone. Yellow. Common wjiicn are ouercii ai wnoiesaie or retail on ai reasonable lerms as any house in the west. Now is the time to buy wares cboap, as they ar advancing, and soon I shall ad vance the prices. tuugal ginj J. C. DARDEN T?OU V AVhi r7OU SALE. A beautiful Houe and L it in 310-, L WhirlersvlHe. six miles from Nashville, on theR:" ebanon Pike. The above lot contains 14 V acres of JsilS. .ebanon rike. The above lot nnulm 1 its n.. ,.r land, a very neat dwellinfr-house. a oat houses, a cood apple orchard, 4a A few steps from ! the houe isa never-failingspringof the purest water. Any person wishing a pleasant country residence could not be I better suited. Ter ns: one-third cash, the balance in one and two years, without interest, and a hen retained until the purchase money w paid. Apply to I n R. A. HALLO WE; I Genl Ai't, No. 17 Deaderick strecfr ' Or Dr. J. C. PATTERSON, 011 tho premises.' I augSO o , 1 000 J'KAVAUDI will pay theabove reward riiY "r ?c"n Iwns, as a premium above the market price, Tor one thousand Land Warranto, or the deiiommatioi.s ot 150, 80 and 40 acres. I will rmr chase single warrants of either denomination. i r. , ., H- HROCKWAY Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square. 2d door outbid Cny JiottJ,Nashyille. Jctl4m27, JMEDICAL. H. g. scoyet; ;ist and Apothecary. iiti . Dm? Xorthsidt of the PvUie Sgvare, Z doors WestifTthi 2iahcilU Inn. iims,. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 1 Facrm, Ilareuis, Purainr. Iasct Amcuj, Shot, Yaxxobv, Glass; Glassware, ljun, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRU3IENT3 UT ERO ABDOMIXAL SUP PORTERS and TRUSSES WASHITA OIL STONES," Drags, Medicines, Chemieals, ic. Aashnlle, March 11, 1S53. "r VP'T200 Pe and No. I While Lead, for sale low for cash; by p- ' n. G. SCOVEL, rponACCO.-Langhora A Armiatead'sbeidlir. JL for sale wholesale or retail by H. G. SCOVEL. r YONS A- IIUOWN'S Jic7trlZie7. JU both of which the subscriber can ecommeml Bos. inyntrMrJiaarrcimilirepi.Trm in cases of Cramp Chohc; Dysentery, Diarrhcea,Nansea, Ac, Tor file by VX- 1L G. SCOVEL. SOAP The great American Soap lwpatSoai which cleanses Cloth, Linen and fabrics of every de scription, without the process of boiling and rnbbin on band and for sale by the bar or in boxes. Families amTtlw ashenvomen find it good. For sale North side the pub lic Njuaie, 8 doors west ur the Nashville Inn. by Ti! . H. G. SCOVEI M tote "sffo'r g T S Ctarie 1,a,riag'9 W00d 001 sept2-tf 1 p. scorn, T ,IiSlf5?ED, 9,L5,Mm!li,IJni"10''- Justreceired X- and for sale by augT STRETCH A ORR. X quality. Received and for sale by ? 7 STRETCH A nun T in0!0!1"--3 bam,5Jn Sweet and White Lard ii OiL angT STRETCH A ORR. SPK1UI OIL. 21-arrelsbcst Winter SpernToiT ceived and tor sale jaug7bTRETCH A OR Re- ORR. A 1JU.UATIC SCHNAl'PS.-l barrel Sheidhaml XX. Aromatic Schnapps, (pure Holland Gin. Just received and for sale by aogr STRETC H A ORR. PUKE "WINES AND DU A N I) V. London T'ort Wine: 3Ialaga W merhherryAVine-.Swcetilalaga Wine: J,ahVrmdT. Received and forsale by OIIIH1UI4TOB, noiesale and Retail Drutriists. aug. i-nionsireeis, aslmlle. ELJlO AL. STRETCH A ORR have ren,oTed,"o J n"" k ofUro-. o the new and largefi? Store Houe recently erected on the corner of College 9 and Union streets, (known as Ute'scorner,) where SewU be happy to see all of iheir customers. J J""-eSS STRETCH A ORR 1 1 n - . sGESS lbs nneUathingSpon ilri Wi "i -....S'n"" ""'S Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner iiieg-j and Lnion Streets. OUItGEON SFONGE.-I0 lbs FineWhiteSurgcoa O Sponge for sale by july 24 STRETCH A ORR. X Crystalued A ash Balls. Received and for sale bV iT21 STRETCH A OIlR. EW1:) TOOTH Bltr.SHES.-12 doz. Fine i, - ,tnSllfh Too,a Erushc. made from the best Russia Un.-lles, which are warranted not to come cut. Forsale by Jnljr.84 STRETCH A ORR. B3-?-1.1 " ,11TE WAX.-fbT,nnoUlcach-cd A bite ax. Received and for sale bv JuIJ 24 STRETCH A ORR. ArillTK HON.NET ;i.i;i-! tn iii uiwkii. t Jteunet Glne. Received and for l.r july 21 STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and retail Dmggista, Correr College A Union St.v AIDS TO HOUSE KEEPING. THE snbscribers have just received from New York Iho following articles essential to comfit in Howe Keep ing, to which they respectfully call the attention cfthe Li uies: Plate Baskets, line wilhTin; oval andround; Bates for keephtg Siirtr Sveet Xnife Washers; J'hU Heaters; '- "Dusting firks, various patferrm; Toilet ets, elegant patterns; . i Erase 7'Arets; ' cir" Oreegu'trs, oval and round; 'ft Ogfte Vrns, handsome patleras- lUuucod Stint l,rl ami Spoons; Butter Mo-lders, in cases, half and qnarter pounds Sugar Sifters; Soup strainers; ' Ejg Sliftrs; Tartlett Cutters; J'ati Pans, various sites and pnt nv CAojKng Pishes; Eyg Pearlers; Apple Hirers; VsmtMe LeJTn; of Coffee in three minutes; " Cake Mtmidrrs, various patterns; Sbmwsh and Foot Warmers; A great variety of other articles important to HoufeKeco Nashville, August etthtgS5a. MYERS & KcGILL. DCALtiu is xvxar DEscKime.x or Ladies' and Gentlemen's Famishinff and Fancy Goodi assort- 3Ivera " ""wn'", anu rrench Chintx. Standing and Ilyron Collars, Underwear, 3Ieriuo, Shaked Silk Cash mere, A igoma Cotton and Canton FlanneL for ladies and gentlemen Gents Cloth Gatters, Gloves. Kid and Silk Ruck. Cashmere, Cloth, Cliamois. Wash Norma.. ,, , , . . . " . , mumii mm jiin. oca, '"'Sat ??.u """oiMtin Ties. Shoulder Braces, Su jwnders, Silk oolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath ing Laps for Ladiea and Gentlemen. 3Ionsy, Riding and Strengtneniug Belts. Robe de Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk ing Canes, Ridin- Whips, Trunks, Sole Leother7'alLses. Carpet Hags, Satchels, Dressing Case, Work Boxas. To lets. Opera Glasses, Porte llonies. Fans Writing Desk Cigar Cases. Ilasks, Ttayelling Companions, Raaus and Razor Strops, tombs. Brushes, Good year" Onm Goods. rcrfuraorj'. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery. Ac, and a large assortment or other articles, usually kept by Fur nishing Stores. S'" WehavemadearrangemeBts with our friendjatth North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them therefore we sliall have goods here in Iessthan ten dajis from the New York Custom House. ' ... n 3IYERS A .McGILLU Furnishing S ore, College street, 1 door South of the Square, ash ville. octll FARM FOB SALE. " I WISH to sell the Farm on which I now reside, 3 miles from Nashville, on the middle Franklin Turnpike and containing 100 acres, about equally divided inlo timber and cleared land. There is everything on it io renderit desira ble as a country residence, such as a great Tariety of fruit, an abundance ofspnng and well water, grass, Ac. If de sired it will be divided into small portions. For terras, Ac, apply to Jonx Kirkmax or toR.W. Bkowx Gerjl Agent, No. C8 Cherry street, or to juneSO-dAwtC w.l). OALE. Q UN D II I ES. 1 CO bbls best Flour; 100 kegs of Nails. O 1000 bbts No 1 Salt; 20 tons aiorted Iron; 30 doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbls Brimstooe- 20 nests of Tnbs; 5 Alum- 0 " half bushel measiiresjlOO Plows- ' 000 lbs bar Lead; 20 bblsNoS Slacken 200 bags Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do- lOOassorted Demijohns; 20 bbLsS S AlmoniU-' r,e, S "ba Sues Cigars; 01 " Large Pecans; wiiBjius uuu Ldnes; av ooxes r igs bags Race Ginger; 300 " Tobacco, assorted: bairs Pemien n i;r r.i, i.- boxes Dned Herring; 25 bbls English SodL- . w 00H.1 rrwi leas ToharrniL nml IS. . ,1, :.. . . . , t iclei. would .Win i n .r. u'--"?" " ..v.. ..u.i.uitrrp, somcCOXISTKTOIla. T., . ,. J. 3IOORE. IJltlendian.cornerand Cedar Cherry t. FACTS THAT AHE FACTS. "77110 fios not know that LyojaA Co,keen alwavs on . hand the finest Cigars and Tobncco to be rid in lown. All wo can say tothose who are ignorant of this ;tHw. mcuiiuoiii anu examine our Ktocx. and llu?r irMI cr, 1. nt., us- .i- V. ru.lutJ Don't forgtt Mic won ii.yonsi ueu, ao. iif, ueuar street iooaccos.-n arejim In recerpt ofa large lot or smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting ofsoine or the finest brands, line cut and in plug, For sale either whole, sale or retail by LYONS A CO, 13 No.l9fCedarSt. K. KOBEKT JI. PORTEIt las removed hut .r'rr"!!0"1?5 " No- Cedaratreet. nearly oj. osile the Catholic Church. julr 1 m. AGRICULTURAL HANUFACTtTRIIfG COMPANY. S THIS establishment isnow prepared rvSi2i2iijL mnulacture alii kinds of Waggons riows 01 eerv iiescnpuon. inients used inSfes for ihein broueht froniotiipr dence or V, ilson 31ullen, whose work is well known here. e fespeetrully solicit orders from the Planters and Merch ants in the surrounding counties for our work. One or two good Wagon 3Iakers wanted iramediiWIy . Good prices will be paid lor first-rate workmen. . GEO. C. ALLEN. Juoel" Lower Market StreeL JAYXSI! HlOXiS, w. c. wuiTTnoant THOMSd: WHIXXJXOUNE, Attorneys a Law, COLUMBIA TFJfXESSEE. ILJWI1I practice their profession la the counties of SItiiry, Jlarshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman. dee 9. tf. PICKETT, 3IACHUSD0 & CO., RANKERS and C03IJIISSION MERCHANTS, XEW ORLEAXS. WJI. S.PICKETT Hate or the firm orPICKETT, PER KINS A CO. and J. R. 3IAC1IURDO, Banker, hav ing associated themselves in business, will conduct m Ranking and General Com mission Ilusincvt, in this City, under firm of Picxett, Hacmuroo A Co. Particular attention paid to the sale o f Cotton, andj la the shipment of Supplies noil 3Icrchandiie generally.3 nlySO " - "-"j' "i, vm war com ti or tAe smtare TTTiri.l 1.1 1. ? V' ' " '-'r louna at all timesa jr"e ..' ' . ""'cuwieni, Uavw A June. A 1 aieni onomuer eamhiHs .f i.;.. T VT ... " uenuemen s Gauntlets, Linen and S.Ik Hanukerch.es blocks, Ties. Waterfords, Albert. De JomviIIes. ulain. Emb'd ami If.i;.,.!;.. r 1. nit 1 : 1,1-.. j n,i 1 1 . a . .