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.WHOLE SALE TRADE.
1200 Cases Boots, Slsoes? &c. R. S. HOLLINS & CO., WHOLESALE AK1) RKTAII.. DEALERS. Ho. 21 and 26, Corner of College and Union streets, XASmiLLE, TEXX., HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE 100 CASES BOOIS. SHOES, HATS, CM 7V.', TRUNKS, he. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods tiier hire ever oiferedin this market, and wliich for quclity, pric and variety vi'iA equal any Stock in tlie Oily. Merchant and all others mating their purchases in Ntwuvllle, will find it to their INTEREST lo give our Slock an exEtoinitlmi before burin?. R. S. HOLLINS & CO. J Feathers, Ginsenf. Beeswax and Wool, received in eichnr.ge for Goods at the highest niaiket price. iiplT- tf n vr a DEE. & B. DOUG-LAS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers, No. 31, Public Square, Nah villi?, Ten n., NOW exhibit and oiler for tale a complete and desirable stock of rrtUH aiU bomntlus Dry t'nude, Mr, "Otpt, Jianti.rU, UmlirtUa, Rod, Iiroy-inf, Skvr. Slipper, Curpttjjmgt, H'nUhfanJ iTrapjJpf I'Jprr, At, Ac. In magnitude aud variety Ibis Mock greatly exceeds any ever offered in tins part of the country. The M vie and de signs of our f aucv Goods are unusually beautiful and at tractive. Hie purchase have been made at tbe Ion est point for each article, and with every facility which erpe lienceand Ure cash means could secure. The shipments were fortunate iu meeting five navigation in the OUioand Cumberland mens; so tlut the cost of transportation is an exceedingly small item. Wc are, therefore, able a-id determined to do belter for our customer, and t hose who may feel disposed to patronize us, than thoycaii doolsenlu-ie. We want Fealheis, Cinsing, Beeswax, Wool, Linsev and Yarn Socks, at tlie.r highest market value. augU btvv Sm H. A. 11. DOUGLAS CO. JOSEPH I' DUNTON, WHOLELALE DEALER IN DEY GOODS. Kb. CI, J'vklie Square, Xa sh villi tnnetste. Kail mid Winter Importations. HAS now open, fur the inspection of the public, his full and complete stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, This carefully selected and well assorted stock consists of Cloths, Casiinere-s Satineis, Silks, French, English and American Druss Coods J'laiu and Fancy Prints, Hats, Caps Bonnets, Umbrellas Carjiet Bugs, and stuff goods or all kinds. Owing to the firm-able purchases he has n-ade with the Eastern markets, he can offer the greatest variety and li Selection ct tlte Very lowest prices tliat can be 'found anywhere. 1 invite purchaser to give met call before making their purchases eWv here, guaranteeing to suit them in every re spect. Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Wool, Linseys, Yarn and Country ProJue e bought at the highest market value. augai J.F, DUNTON. LaA.NUJ.lt U. STeVENSOX, ROBERT I. VUtTK- .sTirvEKsox v white. No. 39, Colleye strett. H" AVEonhandaUrjre.-ind desirable s!oci if STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, whicJU. they wilt sell Very iheip for Cash, in oi der to i educe their Mock before theyrweeive their I'all purchase:. AILu?you who like good bargains give them a call. " nugl WE have on hand a larg? toad; beautiful stock of Ladies DRESS GOODS, sinjias plain, checked and bros code Silks Silk Robe. lA-Mges aud Beruge Robes; and a large lotof beiutifiil Fn-ncli .Muslins, all ofwbiiit will be hold extremely tow for cash br aug 'STEVENSON A WHITE. 1!MIEVCH NEEDLE AVOR1CS.-STEVENSON .1. & WlilTK hate just leceived a very large stock ol French Needle Works as Collars, Sleeves, Ch'unixetts, Handkerchief", Edgings, Insertiugs, Ribbons It, which they are selling at very i educed prices for cash augl. HOIJSE-rURNISHINC OODS.-We havejust received a large slik of Damask, linen Sheets and Ianen Sheetings Table D.unaks, and a large lot of Plain Linen Napkins and Diiuask Tow Js, which will be sold veiy low for cosh by augt STEVENSON WHITE. r EM LEMEJrS. IH UNISIIINf: GOODS. VX" All you wiio wisli to purctiaxo Cloths, Cai'uneis Vestings Linwis, Patent .Sinus Line.! and Drilling Draw- rs, IIatf-1 lone, Ljp.cn an J Silk Handkerchiefs tllovesand Gwrucall in at STEVENSON & WHITE'S, No. 59, Col loge street, for tliM aie selling otlf vwy low for Cash, in or der tomakenwnforiliir f'ulJSi.. angi- NEY- (jyODSJ NEW GOODS!! SIpEIYEii TiOiaSTON U BEHHAED'S, -Vo. 0 U,i ion Street. WEaremwiooriviiig, dii ect from the Eastern cities, some of the very laU--,t stvle of Fall and Vinter dress Goods oonsi-iing in pVt rf'SJLIvS, Brocade, Plaid Check figured and jridin BUek, Pcoiau CloOis, and nil wool Jlul lin Delanes- Cliemisettes and Slrovcs.in sets French Nee dle ork Collars, Mourning O-liejaand Sleeves, Embroi'd Linen Camb. H'dk'fs Yeht RibUms. Gimp3 and Galloons .kujuprt yid Swis, Iivievtiu. ,til Edgings Jaconet I!ands cud Flouncnijf, ltc Aa. l!i)S!ERY and GLOVES, all Miadu and qualities, 'tiiHr- ft" 1 Misses sizes, all col bns, which weae o'ieriog v4ri lonr. TIio. in search of &ood Uoods and 11 low pritas, will do well to ive us a tall. No charge t-r kinmrag g-mds. B , yH-tf Til URSTOX A BERNARD. TTALtAN MEDICATED SOAP.-Fo7 Wc7 X. mg tu .ursliest s.m djltcaty sinonthe, whiteand sotl ,i"idviiigsalinwness, culj-.Hvii eriitions pimples, tat, freckles, or led no. Iu ssxitlang intlvienca iuv.nedijfciy idUy theirriiMtluiinf uiou-iuitobitos Ac, iliile its dulling proiitios ivt)iit4 the fonnatuji of wt inkles and Vsutihes theiiifa4roo.iy fonueJ, intuiting on the cheek if age the Ueanesj and siilviUmums of tnath. I'rsinred irDr F V (iouraud, 67 WJker st , 1st Store fmn 'Iro-.ylwHV X Yoik! Pormtfeby Ieb9 GEyROEGREIG. -OltCNOl WINES AND XiltANDIES.-Alwa.a L on band, a well assoitcd vanetv of foreign Wines and Ltouoi-s, put up in HuoJ and bolti.'aiul for sale lv (IEORGEGREIO. T1N15 A PLUS AST) Pi:.CUI.-jusT7e"- I ceiveil, atiesh ,l ofl'ine Apples and Peaches, put up in glass jaraixrfur mtl? by tiSOKCE GRK1G. -NlVPiO -.. II- ,. T. n, . if.nm nesierti i.er-orve u.'icose re J ctjveil and f..rale br feb. GEORGE GREIG. TVi?'K. A.1''1'" ,lii:iiSIL-r. Unes superior JL Goshen Pine Apple Cb tvceived ami Sir, sale by feb tiKi!,KJItKli: IGS. On bund and for sale aKinall lot of very line GEORGE GREIG. tigS by fe!i.' DROPS. -A freli sui.lv ..ftinest quality Gum Drojis ot various Ilavrs j leceived and for sale by lcb9 GEORGE GREIG. ' CIl.ftCOi.ATE. A Mijierior article ot Chocolate in I . small sticks and in half puund cakes put up in tin toil and for, sale by fb9 HF.OROE GREIG. ' I T?RENCli NEUGA CANDY Just received be X-enieaKniallliitofWliiiel'iEiitli Neauir. (,,n.t ,ui t up in till foil and tor we by GEORGE GJiElG. fllSliS TE.kS. -.Weans Iredi GrreiiTea.s liennet VJT lottlly sealed, on lund and for sale h, KbO (i.0KGE GREIG. 77RESH TEAS.-JuM revived. :ui extra Hssortmeut X ot Blapk and Given T-ol thcfiiiest mifi!;!! !nrf. .d, and wantiiited siistrior. for sale bv febl GEO. GREIG, Union stn-et. BARK AND LEA YES 1 ih to pun-ha- witb Crtsli.aUigeqiiaiiiiivof t'tiestnui O.ik Bark and Shoe waka Leaves, tor Tailing pubises. Appl la J. (I. Moore, comer of Union and Market atl. els. ' julv27-d.lwi VUKDItlCK ROTH. TIQlidltS. 10.1 bbls Tenn-see iMrwLTskyj U SobsiieUOld MiHiongahsAt. ' 60 bbls Old tS0111br.11 Whtsl.'f.ll..ls New Enn-laud I!u31. 50 " Oi l Rve " 30 A. M. (!'n; 61 ' Old liwrre " so " Snvt Wise; Wye pipes IMd l. Bpiadv;t0 Ol.l Port Wirw; 2 ' iioMaiiJ Gin; 20 boxes Brandv Ch ries; jo bots M Maderia Wine; 5- Claret Witw 20 Indiau bbls Sweot Wine; M " as -led ConliaK 100 bbls .V M. B.-andr: 15 gals Old French Braiidv in store and forsale low by LAXlEt! A BROTHER." O UNI)RI1-To0bbls bestTloui ; To,7Ies oF.VluV O i bbU No. 1 Soh; 0 loin aw.rted htm 80 doi PainteJ lluckpts; fl bbls Brinisionc-avntevfTubs- r, Alum; 20 hitrbii4Kltntasttres;!tt Plows; fw01bsbar !.pi,d, 2obbls No 2Mei-n 20tt bags SI1.A aw.rled: tokils Xn 1 and S 1W i assorted Ileii.ijolit.s; 20 bbUSSAInmmt- fiO boxes Unwl ll.tfcg; 25 bbls Entrlisii s.kt!.- 1 cask Mad.KT; b-ves Fresl. Tea,- ?n "S1'10" V'"crt';:" " ""nys bet ludigo- V0 " IE. Hour, ext; ' Tretberwilh inauy otlicr articles, ibich will h. m.i.i loby decl4 LANIERA ItROfilCR. ..w.iVt C0ACK MAKING. rpHE nndersigued would riojiectfullv in- i-ti X form their friends aud the public'tiiat .Li they liave taken tne old stsnd of C. T. Watson, An. 31 Deadcrickst v.heie they intend to carry on COACH MAK ING in. all its braiiciies. Wcwill keep" constantly on Iiand tn aswrtiuentof Carriages, which we will disiyiie of 011 uasouable terms. Carriages of evei v .hsurriptiuii made to order ro:njll.v. Repairing donu on rr.wm.ible ternis, anil tbe public may relv upon getting their work beti promised. Work entiiL-ted to mrjl be wan anted to be of the best workmansliipautl in.iterinls. :TBLACKS.M1TH1NG. Every description oniLACK SMITH'S WORK executed in the i?st manner 011 liberal lyM-ins. i3riI0i;si: S'lOEING. We have in our employ experi euced UOIISESilOEKS, and tliolMibliciiiavivlumgetziiv their horses shod in the neatest manner. All' wnrV rf rew loourcirc will Iwiuuier the imniisliate viiwir.- j. . : the Proprietors and uo pains or e.in-ise spaieil lo givesat istaction to all. respectfully M.licil from the public u nor no suare 01 ine.r iniuonage. ffb 2 ly CRAM A SHEPHERD. I RI). . . IKA A. STOUT, JIASUKA CT COACH ill A A U ! A V T U K I: R No. S Clvrx Stukct, X'ashvillk, Tuxy., r.0 rwxes Cuba .s.xm Uararsjlo UrgePecair-; wl doi Bcdcor.ls and Liiiesj-"i..xes li M bags Race Ginger; o " Tobacco. aKed- XrflJr to H. S. fretek t UrWfrj II arrhoHtf. and on. puiU Morris it Strait,' ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness CiJO losuit All u ork sold by tne is made at ?3s- I IN J 1 Uie Clark Street Mauutactory, and warranted, aud will be utKleaVortTio. East. " 6 - Ni .. , ... , . . ' iirhuirut; wwic- n no piuiiijituess anu uisjiaieo, anu all pattons leat in win k to repair may rely on getting it wheu premised. AH orders promptly attrndi-il to. marl5. E.VTItA CIIKU'IXC TOUACCO.-W qr7 boit-s OI. Urneiioiiie A Son's" extra Gold Iif CbewiugTo- fj 150 vbv - uuii itx vii cu huu lersaie Of eetSJ-tf HART A H0LLIXG3W0RTH. I rr.-rii fcrtthaiahsMi1thl --tflsaia! lin satatasatatatatatatatatatatatatata a : r ,..c . v.,.--'.r s. 1-i&&t c'..isiija hi , ait i H am i! m oa h Ha aHBa H bhbh a h swvnB INSURANCE, &C. It iitnonio-e tlio moral duly of man to provide the daily bread for his family while tie lives, than it is to provide vgaiitst their being left peuuilesa in the event of his death. Ldin. Journal pii L?t In. LIFE INSURANCE. THE ADVAX1ACES Of Lit E lXSlTSAXCE, AS KXtl(BITEI BV TITI. LIFE 1W8U1UN0E C O IyI F il M Y IYET ACCUiMULATED CASH FUND, Kavoyoulnsuranco on your Uio.fi:r tho Sec efit of a Sarvivinff Tamily, Rclativos, or Irionds I ARE THEY FULLY ECTED BY INSURANCE From ihr many triis that truly arise from vnexpecttd Jtatli, at a niMiuntof etiiUirrassmctijterhapi of utter iiiidttney f ISIACABBOTT, SEC'V FHEDKMCKS. WILSOS, PRKS't CHARLES (i I LL, AcruAiir. P. P.PECK, Agent. Ds. B. W. Hau, 1 ., ,. . ,, . Da. R. M. PoirTEE, f Meulcal miners, aug dtf. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OP HARTFORD, CONN. Capital Slock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund 81,000,000! INCORPORATED 1825. Policies of Insuiaure issued at all times on the most favor able terms, against LOSS OR DAMAGE 11Y FIRE, OR THE PERILS OP NAVIGATION, by LINDSLEY & CROCKETT, Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, julyl ly. MAEINE & INLAND INSURANCE, 1JY PROTEDTIOH JISMMCM OF HARTFORD, CONN. 15?" Tlie undersigned, Agents for this old and responsi. Me otGce, is always prepared to issue policies upon approved risks on favorable terms. LINDSLEY & CROCKETT, Agents oct7 lm for Nashville and Davidson County. NASHVILLE STEAM MAHBLE WOEES. JA.1IES SLOAN, Proprietor. iiAnKETST.,oritosiTi: jonxsoxi noiixn'sTouAcco waheiiouse, NASHVILLE, TEXX. 2TarVU Wareroouis at tlte old tUiitd (Junior of Summer and Sjriiij Strttt. HAYING made extensive enlargements in myilarble Worts, tny facilities me such that I can execute all kinds of work in the most tasteful manner and the latcM style, as cheap as it can be dops iu any of the Eastern Cities By calling at my Ware-rooms, on "the corner of Spring aud Summer Mreets, specimens may be seen which will enable Jiersons tojudge for themselves, which is the best method, laving on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee. Also, a line assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American Marble, which I will hell low to the trade, wholesale aud re tail, mnsned or in tne rougu state. A large assortment ot Moxumest3, Tombs, BArrBMAL Founts, Uexs, Vases, Gakdlx Figuiuj, Gicave Sroxts Ac, carved aud lettered to order. Furniture Makble executed to order and sent to any jiart of the South-West as cheap as it can be procured from tlie East. Also, Mabble M.ixtixs, of every descriptiou, plain or carved. Building. Stone, sold Wholesale and EetaiL All orders left at nij Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex amine my Mock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I hope by strict atteation to business to merit a continuance of their favors. JAMES SLOAN, Corner.ofSpring; and Summer streets, Nashville febl9 ly X'fiNKSXlVANIA itAILIJOAD. rjlHIS road now coirplelc, it opens a communication be-J-tweeiiPiUshirs and Philadelhla,ori'ittsbiirg and Balti more. By hltK Freight from the went can reach an eastern market qulckitrar.d cheaper than by any of the prensut rival outes: they toiuiect wiui the daily packets at Pittsburg, from St LoutiLoutsville. Cincinnati, Whecllue, and all the different poiitso'a Uie.wostorn waters. Also with the Cleve land and Pittsbnrg Kail EoaJ, and Ohio and Pennsylvania Kail Koad atJ?itti.burg. Cars ran through between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia wiUionttrainlilpment or freight, an advan tage that can bo appreciated by all shippers. In case at obstruction of navigation by ice or low water fretjjhU westward can bo forarJed from Pittsburz to Cin cinnati or towns in tho interior bv Railroad. lui'iis f Fi:i:t;iir Between Pittaburstand Philadelphia or Ualtmnre. 1'irst Clas.. Winter Summer Kalet. Hattt. IHy Goods, Books acd Stationary Boots,) r 100 lba. Sboes, Hals and Canx'ting, Furs and Pel f Jl T5cts. tries, Feathers, Saddl orv, 0.-0. ) lirown Sheeting & Shirtins in Bales, Ilrugs.Olais are. Groceries, except Cof-i E3 cti. CO eta u.'c, naruware. iioiiow are,.Macaiuen", TIriril Cliisv Hutteriu Firkins t: ICfg, Candles Cot-1 ton, in winter,l aneea.ware, Tallow, T5cti.- cU. Tobacco, in leaforManuractarjd, last-r ward.l &.c. $ c. J foMrfli flnsR. liacnu, Cotton (in suininerj Coffe.ljirdl i.J I ...1 mi ,l... l. U V.l- J and loirdOil, (through) Pork in rail car- loads at owncrsiisk. J :uo. O. I'rancisciis. C3 eta. 40 ctt. G. I'rancisciis, Freight jff, Pittslnrg. V.. jr. Niiccitor, Freight Agent, Philadelphia. r!Si'griivv & ICooiik, Freight Agenti, Baltimore J. r,. r.iiiott. Freight Jl?mt,.Yj. 7 West r.,.V. 1'. It. It. lfOHSlOIl, Ut. Freight Jigent, Philadelphia. marcli 1C.1S53-JV C0MKEKCIAL INSURANCE COMJaKY. CnAPXtJiTON, SOLTU CVEOLINA. S. Capital S250.000: "AH Paid hi. iaZ I HAVE been appointed Agent of tlie above Company at ' Nashville, and aui fullv prepared to take Marine, fire, , Itiver Risks, on tlie mot favorable terms. ' ' A full statement of the solvency of the Cntniianv ran !. seen at tbeolhce of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com pany, on College street. fpl3 JOHNJiDASHIELL, Agent THE MUTUAL PHOITCTION INSUEANCE COMPANY 0? NASHVILLE, TEIfNESSEE. for a term of j-ears, or during life. inuiea per man. All persons liaving their lives or property insured in this Institution, aiecntitled toa full participation in all the prof its, without any liability to I01S beyond the amount of Pre miums which they maj pay. if. S. PILCHER, President, T , J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President. l. J. F. WnARTOS, Secretan-. j janl TENNESSEE MASLNS AND FIJJE 1X3 USANCE C0M- 0ranIt PANY. CAPITAL 8150,000. I'HCL on the North side of tbe PublicSquare. midway between tbe NashvUle Inn and the Planters' Bank. They ill make insurant on Houses and Goods of every d Kcriptiou against fire; on Stcamboals aud Cargo ngainsiSye and tbe risk or thcrher; on tbe Cargo or Keel Boats and other river crafts, aud ou tea vessels and other carroes, ui theuMialtenns. JOHN 31. HILL, President, JosEi-ii Vaulx, Secretary. Dirlctocs. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg. G. M. Fogg, James Correy, Jim. M. Bass, Joseph Woods' suI uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGarock. janl TO TRAVELLERS GoTxG NfHtTll. ITiiited "States iTl$sjSIiije T1iioh?1i in 18 to50 Hours'. .Vir YORK AXI) CJfAIiLESTOX SEMI WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LIXE -ijJt.-- I'fAyK''dger's Wharves every Saturday CxMiJS ",u "eunesuay, mieruie arrival ot tlieairs I rtjra- from the South and We-t. uu ami-day, the new mid splendid steamer Jus. Ad- CnmnlZtV? Vliiou 1'r,0 'ens. Richard A.lams, manTr UU'Cn:Er' W, Thos. Ewau, Com! Tlissc.steamers a"e unrivalled on the coast fo- SAfotr dpenJ za s,'rTed ani -"--'conllr: TraVeller; bv tl is m, TP 'l " i,lsu,e inoilalion. ' """''ortaiid accom- For freight orpassage.bat inr eh nt i . modations; applV at tSe ollice ot tnf tem Km AC0m' J'115 HENRV M'wsnnnv ConierEast BayaudAdgerss,HU wbarv'e Iiarves. VttO.U (joHgO .1 Meerage $S. HOOK 1JIXD1XC, And IJImik Hook Alanulactory. J. Y0EK U CO., BOOi: SEM.MS5 AMI UTiTinvum.. XT , ir" rj,'n','' Dmdery, and are well i.repared to ,t f il ,1J"lll'"S, r every descriptian, and in any style tlut may be called for (.n a short notice mi Ihc mot icason- Krs fitim the best Mills and nil! Rule and Bind all orders lor every description or Blank Books. Giteus n call. Linderv ophite Slate Bank, on Union Street, ui.-sfairs. Ti, 7 r Voljn-lni' h:igs St Uh Mills, expressly foLfaiinly iise aug7 XICllOLAPEACOCK. - " - - - " - .. "OK .lUlllll.A- 'KA :acock. VJ oi.xVits ao LLIs M Loms CrtuJied Sugar KJ 10 ' " " Po.v,'..l ' aug7 NK'IIOI.APKACOC'K. old Goveninient Java O.tlee ; So baes Lanivra CnHS". banRlo Coffee. i'ICUfC0Cl2 ' fiA JjAliUlICA COFP1!!. 1 a ft r k b a T a fm, .an j Jijiw i a it r I,' l - , .i.. rtr cinleTouvL'fMryS-1'''1 ' bn5if ciple, Houses, M.rcliandize. Ac, against Loss or Damage by A a , suoerior do old- Fire; Steamboats on any of tbe Western waters again.Ct tl. 5 do m or Zo Hazards or Inland Navigation and the Cargoes or Vessels or sockets ChamnaTne. ditll-rent brandc- every de.ription against the Perils of tlSexts and Rners. ' "1 tS Wi admitat' Also, the Lives or oersons in pood hea th, for nn.,! v.. ' o., 4 "i . , J me, 01a auaune, GROCERIES. . ' , - ,-PEEKINS & CXACKJ f ' WHOLESALE GE O VERS, f?Coiiuiiisiou and forwarding ;,Alerchnnts, Cotton, sad Tobacca Factors,,,, i. 'Oirner of Gu!Ujt and Gnirc'i tlreU, Xtthrifo. COFFEE 200 bags Rio; TO bags'Havana; 50 do Laguyara; M do JataT, J CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; JS,0O0;Amencan; . liW.oooo Cuba C'd and Melee Cigirs; v CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm audtar; -?." k ' 2i boxes Slenue an Tallo1 " COTTON YARNS A lo of assorted Nos. Osnnburs, sn- perioi quality at manufacturers prices; FRUITS loo bx Raisin's, assorted sizes; 50 dtuin Figs; ' 60 frails Almonds; 20 bids Pecans'; FISH 50 banels aud lia'f barrels Mackerel; .to -,-73 Klb Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines; .FLOUR 00 bbU Galhgo; 175 Cincinnati; -J' 75 do St. Loui (HarrLs.n';) - GLA!?S 300 boxes Window .all sizes; " 1 12. do Qt., H.,and i Pt. FlxJcs- 75 do Flint Tumb era and Goblets; CO do Sqiutt and Cap Jars; 90 Deinijotis, fiveand throe.gallons; 1 utuA lenncssee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes, LIQUORS 15 cases Iondon Porter quarts and pints iu cass i?coicn .ue 75 barrels American and French Brandy; 95 do Apple and Peach " 400 do Whisky, various brands; 50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E.' Rum; 25 do Wine, various kinds; 100 do Cider Vinegary I ' . MOLASSES 150 bbls and X bbls recoiled and S-' House; 75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup; NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; -' J " 150 do Wheeling, " PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles; 10 cases Tomatoe Catsup; SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar; 100 bbls St. Louis and Philadelphia Crashed and Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;) SPICES 10 hags Allspice; 15 do Pepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; t SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks fine and coase; 135 sacks Dairy and 75 bores table salt; ' SOAP 100 boxes bar; CO do Fancy Soap; SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands; 25 boxes Jenny Liud, superior article; SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas Madder, Olive Oil, Lead, Powder, Shot, Saloeratus,- Soda, Axes, Chains, Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac For sale low for cash by PERKINS Ic CLACK. E5JLiberal advancuson consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool; 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard; Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng. For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries, mays PERKINS A CLACK. SUGAR. 200 hhds Prime New Sugar; 50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaf Sugar; 50 do Crushed do; 10 do Powdereddo; Just received and for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS. may 22 "Vf CLASSES, SYRUP, AcC 150 bbls Prime Mo- OJJL lasses; 20 bbls Suagr House Molasses; 10 bbls Golden Syrun: 1 Kegs uoiuen syrup, just ; EDWARDS A'HARRIS. ceived and for sale by may 22 ptOFEEE. 300 bags Green Rio Coffee; W iuo uags J.aguyra.Uollee; 50 bazs St. Jam Coffee: !.) do Java do, just received and for sale by may 22 SALT, NAILS, Arc 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt; 500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt; 500 kegs Nails and Brads forsale by ntaj23 EDWARDS & HARRIS. 11GARS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars; iuu,wo imitation ao uo; 100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by EIJWARD3 A HARRIS. may22 CANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles; 20 do Sperm do; 200 do Star do; 100 do Mould do; For sale by may22 EDWARDS k HARRIS. SUNDRIES. Cfl BBLSXol, 2 and S Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial. eiel; Black and Gumxiwder: 100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel; 50 bbls Vinegar; 5 do White Wine A'inegar; 100 boxes Soap; 50 do Stani; 60 bbls Iaiaf Sugar; 20 do Crushed 00 10 do Pow'd do, 3 tierces Dried Beef, 100 boxs Chewing Tobacco, assorted, CO casks Carb. Soda, 10 bags Pepper, 1 bale Cloves, 1 do Cassia, 3 do Alspice, 5 ceroouslndigo, , 2 hhds Madder, ' 10 bacs Ginsrer. Ji ao salmon; 100 bxs Scotch llerriugs; 20 cases Sanlines; 100 bxs M R Raisins; 20 do Layer do, 50 qr bxs do do, 5 tierces Rice, 20 frails SS Almonds Kl.MQ .1,, 2o sacks Pecans, 20 do Cream Nuts, 2 cans Prunes, 5 do Citrons, 1 2 casks Currants, 5 hf bbls Craubeiries, 10 cases Pie Fruits, 20 do Pickles 20 do 100 do 15 do 20 do 20 do Pine Apple Cheese, Bent's Water Crackers, Pepper Sauce, Sugar Crackera, Soda do. 10 boxes Gr Pepper, 1!0 cases Tougbson's Bit-' ters. 5 cases Tomato Catsup, 15 do Lemon Syrup, 10 do l'icmc do uoo reams rap 1'aper, 50 bbls Water and Butter Crackers, 100,000 Corks, assorted, With a great variety of other articles, for sale by may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS. BRANDIES, WINriS dies, lo'hf pipes do do 25 H do do do 5 casks old Madeira, 5 )i do Sherry, 50 f do Port; 50 S Malaga, 50 Baskets Champagne, M umui's Flcur de Selley Anchor, Bouche, A other biauds, 25 cases Cordials SO do Claret Wines, 20 da Muskat do. In store and for sale by , Arc 20 qr casks Cue Biuu 20 do Brandy Cherries, 2 puncheons Irish Whisky," 2 pqies pure Holland Gin, 1 hhd Jamaica Rum, 2 do St. Croix do. 100 ltblsOhio Whisky, 50 do D U Country do. 20 do Ptaiu. Rye do. 100 do American Brandy, 20 casksi.ondon Porter," 100 bbls Walker's Ale, 50 do Wood's Pitts, do: 20 cases Newark Cider, DWARI)SA HARRIS. GROCERIES, Arc, Ac. r f HHDS X. O. Sugar; 20 lugs Gov. Java Coffee; O U 2iH) bags Rio Coffee; 20 do 1 jg do; f0 barrels jlolasse.; W barrels Loaf Sugar; M H do; 10 wixes u. n. do; 10 bairels Crushed do; 10 do Powdered Sugar, 320 do Clarified dO; h) boxes Steariue Caudles 50 do Star do; SO do Starch; -50 do Soap; 5 casts extra cured dried lieef; Tkt bai rels Cider Vinegar; 200 kegs Xails, all sizes; CO boxes Chew ing Tobacc, different brands; lo boxes best Smoking To bacco; CO Chests and boxes Green and Black Tca; - . r 100 Packages ot .Mackerel in barrels half barrels. quarU rand kits; 10 Kits No. 1 Salmon; 20 boxes Scotch Herrings; 100 do Sardines; 20O Cannisters Lobsters; 12ii boxes, ! bxs, and bxsM. R. Raisins; 4 Tierces Rice; 3 Casks Xante Currents; 10 barrels S S Almonds; 5 do Pecan Xuts; 2 do Cream Xuts; 2 do Eng. Walnuts: 10 i;asics Uar &oda; 20 bags Black Pepper; 5 bars Alspice: With numerous o'.hcr articles id the grocery line, and for sale low for cash or good paiicr by dec5 E. S.CUEATIUM A-.CO. do Sherry 5 dsw 5ne Port 20 du-good do do; iu urns ra a it 1 me; ; 2 pipes Holland G in; - 2 casks Jm.iaica Ruin; 10 U(es aborted (Xirilials; ! 25, do Claret Wiucs; . , 5 ilo CuracoaAbsvntlie MaRuvlon. IOO1OOO Iuip.)rted Havana" Cigars; ' . - 50k J0 Domestic Cigars; for sale br, 1 . J. E. S'. CHEATHAM A CO. yOjIE.STlC LllilJORS. 5oO bbbi tvf 1M tVI.ld-.rt ay iw uois 1. iisiiiieii 11 iiissy, superior; 10 do old Rve Whisky, Pure; 50 do N. Y. Pale Brandy: 10 do N-lRniii; - ' 20 do S. M. Wine: for sale bv. dec! : u. s. chea' ITHAM i CO. O UGAJIS. '.A blids prime Xew Orleans Suirar old kj process; 0 loObblsrelined sugar Richland ReDninn 25 do S. R. Loaf Siifar; 20 boxes 1) R Brooklin LoafSu-ar; 20 bbls Crushed do do do; ' 20 do Powdered do do do; Jnst received and for sale low for cisli br "P1 L' S CHEAT1IAJI A CO. -7LOUR! I'LOUR!:-We"havciir JL Flour, fresh giouud and warranted goo store 500 bbhc ITOOfl. Also. iio bblsblLouisMdls 7X bblsLi'Tin Milis 200 do .Mason's Red River, COO do Orendotf 's ' All choice brands, which we offer to the trade at low-"'es- janS E S CHE11THAM A Co. I.ASSWAll H-aiii l,oi." K... ...I..,.-,,:-: E ' . .. ... U.V.U.. ijii.BUUlI J UH .1 VJ f lasks. ( V UV.fJUHIl lAJlllWj ,-l OOXe 50 boxes jars gallon, hair gallon and quait; u boxes ausrt lmlilps? K o...j ...mi,i uasKs uue uecanicrs. r or sale uy dec.) E S CHEATHAM A Co. S UNDItl ES. 100 kegs Nails, assoited sizes; 50 boxes Langhorn A Anustead's Tobacco, very su- lienor: 20 barrels Tan 15 doz boxes Iexin!rtali Mustard: 2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;- 25 gross of box Matches; A few barrels of tkat stmeold Whisky. AI0, n few hhds: or hoc clanUed Sugar, together with a general assortment of uroctnes. at wholesab or retail, at No. 23, Oollee street. ' ' - " ""- Miiayiij n. r. iir.i.1,. C2UTCHF1ELD K0DSE.F0EMEELYOEjj.11I HOUSE ' j i CHATTANOOGA, TKHNESSEE! i f f. ?. Grifl r.," L!rZ"e.,''.a"?ff the services oPCoL r,vl- i,7 :7 " .""'" Pore inscd his most excellent natronage Pa.rs can bo accIiiuiiuKlateil with aii bus to aud from the boaU. THOS iiiT'rr' i L-TL' on and merit public i Kiaieu wiui an onini- ; CRUTCHFIELD;. f feb21 ly I'n irietnr. xiia (nildeu yrup "I OLDKN e5YItj;i IikiTlI u VT loo half bblsextra Golden Smil; ""l'1'-'4 W.I 11. (lOIHMlv rn. oi riue OV -1-1. . ...w : -. UI 'i1 V"" 1 A '.1 bundles CiowlTMe. dium nn.l Tlr.i.1.1 iu. xir . r.nrr t. ti,j - V . XI, ., 'r . " - ' , u'j uo no: - 1 .1, lm ' I 1 do; I 1 n!?" k"'w" I!olel s:tua(ed wi'in a fewsteiis ! Gridin J, W.H' ft.ler conhtJ oT Colonel J. J. . Ti, ' J reputttioii as u first class iotef. EBUSINESS CARPS. H. A. SAWTEIt,' D.-1. VAIXACE, 1. HOWARD. , SAWYER, WALLACE & CO. j COMMISSION MERCHANTS, - JN'6.S hi, FRONT STREET, NEW VORK. E. JIOWARD, -1 Arew Orleans. l S. K. M'CAMY, Commission aud Forwiirdiug'illercliant, CUATfAXOOA, TEXX. D. PER KnwAkns A IIabbis Iamer A Brothers, Ewin Uroihers. W. S. WuiTM ts, ...augHSiTitv. w Nashville, Tenn. 1 JNO.' . BHir.nT. JAMK3 R. BR10U: . "' J. 3L & J. R. BRIGHT, ATT0BNEYS AT LAW, JFayetterille, Hnrusse. WILL practice in the several Com Is of Lincoln and the ' adjoining Counties and in tbe Supremy Court at Jiasuviiie. t w septav uunw. W1LUAM T. ROSS. JAUiS M. D.vVIDSOX ROSS & DAVIDSON, ATT!rtMIg AT LAW3 FAYETTEVILLE, TENN., Will practice Law in Lincoln and the adjoining counties. oct5 Cm HKNur uAirr, jr. s. n. iiollincswobtu. HART i HOLL1NGSWORTHJ Wholesale Grocers, Commmion, Beeeiviug and For . warding Merchant, io. 49 Xortit side Public &iuare, ocU Nashville, Tens. RENJ. V. SHIELDS &. CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, NEW ORLEANS. Having peimaneutly located in this City, solicit consign ments of Cotlon, Tobacco, Ac Receiving and Forwarding with the filling of Orders Jromptly attended to. octl4 Cm. E. A. HORXE, S.S. WILLIAM?, JNO. A. HSUEU. JOHNSON, HORNE At CO., WHOLESALE AND EETAIL GE0CEES, ComiaUsionandForvardiEg Merchants, and Stoiers of Cotton and Tobacco. "tier of Harlet and EroadSU., XaskrelU. Ttnn. july 3. 1853. CEJIENT. 200 barrels Louisville Hydraulic Cement, just received rnd for sale by sept 23 b JOHNSON, HORNE ACQ. BAGGING AND ROPE.-200 pieces heavy 43 inch Bagging. 100 pieces heavy 44 inch Bagging; 850 coils Rope in store and for sale by cctS JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. CIGARS. 500,000 Regalia Cigars; 25,000 Principee do. Direct importations. For sale low, to close, by JOHNSON, HORNE & CO., octC- B Broadway. L. A. LANIER. II. LANIER. LANIER & 1IROTHER, "Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Forwarding Ifercliants, And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, sept4 Market street, Xashvil PICKETT, MACMURD0 & CO., RANKERS and C03IJULSSION MERCHANTS', XE U' O E L EA XS. ' WM.S. PICKETT late of the firm of PICKETT, PER KINS A CO. and J. R. MACM URDO, Banker, hay ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a Iliinlumr mid General Commission Rusiuess, iu this City, under linn of Picekit, Macuurdo A Co. Particular attention paid to the sale ot Cotton, and to the shipment ofSupplies and Mercliandise generally. uiii: v2l J1HUII THOMAS, W. WlllTTUORNk" XHOItlSA: .VHITTIIOI Attorneys u l.au', CMC, COLUMBIA TF..WYESSF.F.. Tr,wHl practice their profeslon In the counties of Maury, Marshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman. dec !). tf. JOHN SULLIVAN Ac SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and Western Produce Generally, Maltimore, MJ. RErERENCLS. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. jiuieS Cm. W. H. GORDON, C U. BRYAN. W. H. G0BL0N it CO.. AUCTION & COM3IISSION MERCHANTS. For the sale cf Merchandise, generally, Jail 1 , NASHVILLE, TENN. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Jirxsox, Tenn. Practlcej In Madison and tho adjoining counties, nd will give prompt attention to collecting and any other business 111 his profession. feb W O. 1I1CCRECOR, N. E. ALLOWAT, J. B.VNEHEAD. MACGEEG0K. ALL0WAY & CO., C O M M I S S I O N MERCHANTS, 55 Sr. Charles Street, (third Store aboveSt. Charles Hotel,) New Orleans. 1ST N. E. AI.L0WAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship ments to us. seplC L. H. SIMPSON &S0NSl ihportlrs or Wines, Rrandies, Cigars, Champaignes, Ace, XO. 10, HE A VEE STREET, XEY YORIC. And Rle la Bastide, Bordeaux. maylC ly. 1VERHS & RAWLINGS, GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWAEDING MER CHANTS. Main ttreet, one Jtor Xorth, cf Union, Memphis, Tennessee. HAVE on hand a lull supply or Groceries, Bagging, Rope, Bacon, Mess Port, Lard, Candles Flour, Ac, wnich they will furnish to their customers on the usual terms. All CottonsSbipped to tlem by water will be covered by an open Policy unless urilten across tbe face of the Bill cf latding, at the time of shipping, no Insurance. 53T" We are prepared to make Cab Advances on Cotton in store. "WERE, RAWLINGS & CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Xo. 53 Giromlrlel street. Art'1 Orem,'. Anyol our friends who wish facilitieson Cotlon 'o be ship ped to ourhoiu in New Orleans can call ou ns atMemplus' or address us at S. Orleans. julv2ft Cm. Eagle A Enq., Whig, Memphis Union,' Nashville; W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six months, and send in bill. MemphU Aiiul. B. F. BELL. j Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and MUiUMMW M4UW4tI auV,t,A I i. O F-i i Commission Merchant, Opposite Scwanee House, College et, No 23. Ieb2 HERIOIAN S. SARONI. Professor of Vccal Music, Instrumental Music and Composition. Terms. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention. feb2 ly. O. C. CARUTII. WM. TZCRV. J. C. DEW CARUTH, TERRY Ac DEW. DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 151, Marlet St.un.1 25, Mercteht St., EAiliMfAvi uttletyhui apni.i. ly Ij It. II. ERASER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, NO. 13 CAIIO.VDLLLT SfTULLT, Hev Orleans. REFER TO: Gov. A. V. Bmwn. Na-hville, Tenn.; Col.T. H. McNeill Coahoma count-. Miss.; Myitle. Mooi-cA Co., Helena, Ark;, S. J. Itidler, Jackson, MUs.; Martin, Rbca A Ca, Pulaski, Tenn.; Jas."C. Malone, Esq., Atheus, Als. octii ly. NEW GROCERY STORE. OiiflEL W. Rt-KSIOL, 1). N. BOND, Franklin Tenn. Bethesdo, Tenn. RUSSELL & 30ND, Grocers and Commission Morchants, Xo. 54, EroidiiMij, XahcWe, 7'tiin. The hie'uest market price paid for Feathers, Bees wax, Lard, Bncon, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac, Ac rpHE IHCST ANDCHIiAI UST STOVKS IX 1 tlie wrld, or the Wrought Iron Cooking Stoves made of the best Tennessee Iron, by SNOW. JiACKEXZIE A CO , NashviltJ, is iu tonspicuous letters- ou the Apron of the Stove. 1 ia .lt nntaA ttv rvvieeetv ' nnrl ira nfi'i- Ilia T.l 'l lowing gooj" and suflicient reasons why it should be in eve- ! rvfamilv n the South : . , . ., , i ,n.n;ro. i.:- m..i i. .i,. i 1st. it is oi nomnei itvof Vuhrillo ' wioscnoers in tco cny .. . 1 flbote or four cast iron cooking stoves. SC. It is more complete in ltsxcc-Ving apiiaratus than any c-axtiroii cooking stove. dtlu It is so simple in its construct .that a child can wse St. .ritlL iFs economy of fuel is such, that it dots not use Iialf as biicl as a cast iron vtote of the sanie size. Stb. ia the economy of time it is importaul, as it can be heated ready for cooking in a fewniiuutes. 7th. Itsac'iiform regularity, as every part of the stove is equally hixtted at the same time. 8th. Its cirfect reliability, as we have put up over four hundred of .tlem in this Stale, and no one has ever failed togiveentiiuvitltsfactinn. The Ti iivjian has now been before the public forfive years, and if not as new ai. some it has another advantage - -. . . - . ti i ...... .....1 fpnie as great, i n : iweiiBuuoiicpiuiiii mn. .u.o." credit, it has hreu doing the work ofmaiiy hundreds of fiuiilies for several years, aid it nut)' be said tn have eUab- i:.t...,l :,...ir :.. 1 .u...0 lnTinuifiliAn mot rloinu li.nw l.siicu i .or . i 1 1. v- . ' - - r- done it un Lurt. Like an old and well fcuon-u trading hou. that retains its n-gular custom, while new ones aie spring ing up araund it, so .this itoveLxs held on its way. No tove could thus steadily aad permanently iro3ier,.tlira has not slerliug guatities iie tine element of success. The Tcnnesseau started on right principles, and has had uo oc- ( casioii to stoji for iuiprovemcnts. Those ho hav used it are determiacd till louieit, without modification orcliange. It is brought forward as the name substantial, convenient, businesslike stove Iliat-has served me puuuc soweii neiii. . C J.1..I 1 ) I . 1 . m.i.i.. C- ... . loiorv. unu luaiuiia cone 11.1 iiui suoic s.-".' u. Sg Siw 1 VfiKESZIE 4CO. Mle. I j,'?fiSr',orsaleby. Il "' YTLOUR. SO barrela extra lIuis Flour just received GORDON. A CO. JAV bj octs JOHNSON, UORNE A CO. 1 . . , . . 1 t MEDICAL.. - DR. ROGERS' LIVES WORTH AND TAR &- vFOUTUECOMPLETKCOROB' Caught, Cotdt, InJtiunM, AOtma, UroncKUit, tpitliny tf ElooJ, and all other turn Compla inli Utiduia to CONSU3IFTI6N. v THE GREAT C0UOH REMEDYl EEADERl bare ycu a Cough, which yon are neglecting, under tlie idea that it is only a common cold; that it will .soon 'wear itself out?" .Let a friend tell you, iu all kind ness, nbat will soon be the probable result. In a short lime, il you continue to neglect yourself, you will begino'feel a sense of tightness and oppression across the chest, accompanied with frequent shaip darting pains. Then a dry, backing Cough will set in, and when you raise anything it will be a thick and yellowish, or white frothy matter, streaked, pcihaps, with blood. If you sttll take no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills, Night Sweats.Copi qus Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you still neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see you consign ed to the grave, leaving your friends to mourn now rapidly CONSUMPTION did its woifc, and hurried vou away. Friend I have you no cause to DC alarmed! In the above sketch you may see as iu a gloss, how every case or Con sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this great Destroynr lias gathered to the tomb, everysingle case began with a Cold! If this bad been attended to, alt might have been welt but, being neglected, under tbe fatal delusion ttiatit would "wear itself, it transferred its deadly action to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the name, until these tubercles began to sullen and suppurate caving, by their ulceration, great cavities in tbe Lungs. At his crisis, the disease is very difficult of cure, and oftentime sets at defiance all human means. In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes arrest tbe disease, or check its progress and will always make tbe patient more comfortailc, and prolong his life, and is therefore worthy of a trial; but iu its incipient or forming periods Consumption is as curable as any other disease, and "Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liveraorlh, Tar, and Ganchalagua," if taken at this time, will cure it 3?" AS SURELY AS IT IS TAKEN I This is stiong language, but we can refer you to numberless living witnesses to protetliat it is TRUE! And therefore, we earnestly exhort every man, woman and child, who has a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med icine by you in the house; and heuever you take Cold, do not "let it alone" to work mischief inyour 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 delicafa, weakly children, who ere always taking cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! There never was case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold I 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 Phvsician, j-our dear child may be beyond the reach of help. We beseech you therefore, as you value tbe lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in tbe bouse, 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 this ag gravated aud fatal stage Let erery Mother, especially, heed well these rematks, that she may not hereafter, when mourn ing oyer the early blight of some cherished blossom, have occasion bittci ly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect. It is an old adage, that "to be forwarned, is to be forearmed." Parents! so let it be in your case. Be sure to ask Tor Dr. A. Rogers'Syrup of LIVERWORT, TAR and CAXCHALAGUA, and let 110 other be palmed on you. SCOVIL A MEAD, 111 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Wholesale General Agents for the Southern States to whom all orders aud applications tirageucies must be addressed. Also sold by BERRY, julyl. Agents. Atlanta, July 15, ls58. H. G. SC0VE L, Druggist and Apothecary, North tide of the I'uWe Srniare, 8 doors )Veil of thi XaxhcUle Inn. Vholesale and Retail Sealer in i'ALS-TS, BrCSUES, PERrUMEBT, Powder. Oils, Dte Srui-rs, Fanct Articles, Shot, Varnisues, Glass; Glassware, Lead, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, UTEUO AEDOmXAI. SVl'POETEESand TRVSS&S WASHITA OIL KTONIS, Drugs, medicines, Chcmieals, Arc. XashtUle, March 11, 1853. AFFLICTED READ! PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15 years ago by DR. KINK EL IN. Theoldest, surest and best band in cure all forms of secret diseases of the skin, and solitsry habits .f yoiilh, is DR. KINKELIN, X. W. coiner of Thud and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, one and a half squai es from the Exchange, Philadelphia. Take Particular Notice. Tliere is a habit which boys teach each oilier at the academy or college a habit in dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood, and which, if not abandoned 111 due time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap- j.iucss, uu. j;i use 10 u series 01 pruiruci eu, insiuious anu devastating affections. Few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice arc aware of the consequences until they iind the nervou3 system is shattered, feel strange and unao countable feel.ngs, vague fears in the niind. The individual becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustcnicd vig- or, or to apply Ins mind to study; biastepis lardy and weak, he is dull and irresolute, the countenance is downcast, the eves without natural lustre, fdiamefacedness is apparent These art. tymplomt tehkh i&ould uieuUn the attention of t.t'te timilarty afltu-ted. If the victim be coiLScir.us of tlie cause of his decay, and having relinquished the odiou3 practice, he su&r "uuder those tei rible nocturnal emissions, whirh weal;en and sbaiua him, pioducing mental and physical prostratum. Jf lie emancipate himself before the practice has done its trorst, and enter matrimony, his marnrge is unfruitful, and his senses tell him that this is caused by his caily follies. Too many think they will hug the secret to their own hearts, and cure themselves. A las! how ofien is this a fatal delusion, anil howmanv anromUiiiirvouth. who mirl.t bavp i been an omainent to society, has faded from tlie earth' ' Young 3Iea ! Let 110 false modesty deter you from maLing yofj- casL known to one -who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend you. He who places himself under DR. KINKELIN'S treatiiieut, may religiouslrconGde his honor as a m iitlernan. and in whose bosom will be for ever locked theTsei-iet of the patient. Country Invalid'.. Finding it inconvenient to make peisoual aiiphcatum, can, by stating their case explicitly, to getherwith all their symptoms (per Ictlerpost-jud.) liate forwarded to them a cla-st tinuji.inf: Dr. K.'s meditiues, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at hpjnc. Sinctnres of tbe urciha, weakiies and CKititatiHnal de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor icstored. All M'tniii ot p-ild. A remiltance of 2" cents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed lo Dr. Kiukelin. Philadelphia, will secure his book on the Secret IuUruiitics cf Youth. sef(4 wi y "HAN KNOW THYSELF." An InvfiluaUe Ihvi for2" ci. "Ettry FamPy slotld liave a Copy." rpWEXTV THOUSAND Cnp;eso!d iu legs I jl inau .1 niouiiis. , new editn.11, lerwetl , and improved, jiut issued. I Dr. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL AND HAND BOOK for the AfFLlCTED-contaiuingan , outline of the origin, progress, lie,tlrr,ent and cure of every t form of'dUease, eonlrarted by proraistnotrt JCiiisl inter course, by self abuse or-by sexual excess with advice loi , tbeirpitvention, writteuina familiar .style, avoidiug al medical technicalities, and even thing that would ottend the , rur or decency, from the result of somelnenly years succiss 1 ful practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseasesofa ; delicate or private nature. ' To which is added receipts for tbe cure of the above dis eases, and a treatise on the eau-es symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. Tlstivo.nv of the Peor. or Oiktistiiics i.v Pbot. Col- , legs, PiiiLAouj-uiA. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAX. j UAL. The author of this v.-oik unlike the majority of those ' works whoadrertiseto cure thediseases of which it treats, is a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United ( Stales. It affords me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malnractice. as a successful I and experienced practitioner, iu whose liouor aud integrity they may place tbe git-atcst confilence. JOSEPH LONGSHORE. 31. I). From A. Wocuwaro, JL 1) or Pen.w Umvkhsitt, Puil ADirriiii. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to tlieprofessionalabilityof the Author of the "Medical 31an- , ual. ' Numeious casts of Diseases or the GenituI Oigaus, some or them or long standing, have coitie under my no tice, in which his s)dl has beea manifest in restoring tojier fect health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. In thetrcatmentof Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the funciionsproduced by self abuse or excess of vcueiy, I do not kiww his su(ie-. . nor iu the profession. I liave'been acquainted with the . Author some thii ty years . and deem it no more than justice to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim of early indiscietiou, to leconuue nd him as oue, in whose pro fessional skill and integrity, they may fafely confide them selves. ALr. Woodward, m. d. "This is, williout exception, the most campi-cliensiveard intelligible work published ou the class or it it eases which it treats. Avoidiiigall technical terms, it addresses itseir ' to tbe leason orits leaders. Itis free fiiHii all objectiona 1 hie matter, and no parent, however fastidious, e 1 to placing it in the hands of bis sous. TI.e author lias de- ! voted manyyearstothetreaimentof the various complaints j treated of, and trith too little bresth to puff,' and 'too lit- ! tie presumption to impose,' lie 1ms offered lo the woild at j the merely nominal price of S5 cents, thefmitsof komo ' tlTvy moAt succfi,:ruI .practice" UerJU. . vr. parent Niomuoe ymuoni the l knowledge imparled in this invaluable work. It tvonld aar vmri .,r lum mortification and sorrow to the youth under their i ..i.iro. .,7 j. charge." Petrpltfe AJcocaie. ' i A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of ''Hun- I ler's Medical Manual, says: "Thousands npen thousands 1 of uiiryunli, by evi' example and influence ft tho passions, i have been led into the habit f teit n-lluliuii with.utrcaliz inglhesin and feuiful CMitquences upon themselves and ! iteritr. The constifutions of tlioiisindswhoare'iaisiug lamihes have been enfeebled, ir not broken down, and tber douoikn.w the csuseor the uire, Ali)thiig that can be done so to enlighten am! influence the public mind as to ' check, and nllimafcly to temove Ibis wide spread somceor I human wretchedness, would confer the greatest bles.ing next to tho leligion of Je.-us lliiist.on the pre en: end coming generations. Jnteniperai.ee ,i,r the use or intuxi- I caling ilruik.s) tlioiiirii it has slum tLoiLvimh imon tbou- I U oiids is not a greater scourge to the himiaii race. Accept , ,-11. ....I. j n.. i., .i.li- . i' .i. - iu .... . . . r ijiii.uiuiuuuiii ia iu. lumcMMif aiuii vonr co-woisrer iu 1 the good wrik t ou are j uetirel) engaged iu." . j """Wiromivif eineioiHM,; win oe bit ivarueu, iree ot. posiage, to any partot tlie United Stales for 2 cents, or C t copies iori. AJJie.vi (jiosl paid,) co.sdi:xaco. PiiblUlicis, Rox 1 Philada. Boofciollers, Canrxssers and itnik Agehis supplied on Hie most liberal (emu. sept27 ly FACTS THAT AEE FACTS. WHO does not know that Lvu A Co., keep always o.n hand the finest Cigarsand Tohucco to be bad in (own. All we can say to ihi;e who are ignorant of this, is to request them to call and examine our stock, end tVy will soon be convinced that such is thecal. l)oa't faret ih.r,,,,,!,,,!,.. v , ri. ,., smokingand cbewTng Tobaccos cotuistmg of.omto'rihe t sale or retail by - . LV0NSAC0., 1 july 13 No. 19, CedsrSt I nnesi nrani-iH-nn cnt-anii in tiiiiit: f rir n;ir.uw.ini. ... W 2 es- S g M P C P3 is si -. c o - 4 w . ") I s 9S9 2stixll 2 -s l " w- re, o I Lt e c to ai (1 fc,- !J 3 9S Si o3fl L- o o 0 HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. FALL & CUNNINGHAM, No. 47, College St. XASHMLLE, TEXX. ARE now receiving their Fall supply of Hardware aud Cutlery direct from the manufucturem 111 Eu rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten tion of Merchants visiting Nashville for their Fall stocks. Their stock in store and daily coming to hand comprises a full assortment oi Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Toci, Cnt lerv. Guns, and all articles in their line. They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at the very highest market price in exchange for Hardware, or in payment of debts. augl& Nashville Carriage Manufactory CAIIKIAGES!! CAURIACESII! THE sabscribertikeithU method of returning- his most sincere thanks to his friends and the pabllcceneraliy, for the patronage he has already received, and would toy to them, that he no haa ou hand the Luigevt unit Itest assortment of WORK erer offered In this market; from the lieht TROTTING SULKY lothe finest CAKKIOLA CAR RIAGE, ail of my own Manufacture. Persons from a distance can re-t assured of alwajr finding omething that will suit their taste, "it in the shape of a Carriage." 1 have the best AVorkmeu lo do my AVorU. Call and aee mv assortment. X. ti. I am prepared to build Work to order aahort no tice. I will paj particular attention to repairing, aud will sell or repair at as low a price as any goad builder. FRED. SLOAN, T. U. Lower Market Street. rpu IIIi;i'JJIU,lC.--TltH sabicrlber -L. begsleaeto state that he still carry on ( the COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS. 1 at his old stand on North Market it. tu o door." below II. dc R. Douirlass.d: Co. KeD constantly on hand a large and well assorted steck from a light UugJ La a Car- : riola. j Thankful for past favors, he mot respectfully solicit, a I contlnnation, hoping by cheapness, durability andgood work- , manddpto merit your patronage. , JanS ly. GEO. L. SLOAN. , FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TALL0EIXG ESTAB LISHMENT, muable Stvleaudat as short notice as can be done in any cnv in me union, ana at prices 10 sun tne tunes. Heady JIade Clotliiuir. Coats. Pauls, and Vests of all kinds. A fine assortment of Jleu'i I'urilisliing (.'oods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk and linen, Shirt collars', Umbrellas, Ac, i5?"Garuients cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine. ( mr 51 THOS. J. HGCGH. Agent. AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING C0PANY. THIS establishment isnow prepared t t .. r... ,,. ..r 1!- u lojsiiuiaciure aui kiuus 01 aoits Carts and Piaw of ererv desenntion. j and any other farming lmpliments used niJJXy; 1 thin country. PfSs The prices for such thines wiil nol be more man n in.nl for them brought fromothiir places. We are ready to re ceive orders for Wheel Barrows sud Cart, and other uten sils for making roads. Tlie Manufacturing of Waggons Is under the dence of Wilson Mullen, who? work is well i We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters ants in tLesurrouudinz counties for our work. On or two good Wagon Makers wanted immediately Goad prices u ill b? paid for first-rate workmen. UEO. C. ALLEN. junelS 1 Iawer Market Street. NEW ARRIVALS. ' A. II. & C. W. ROBERTSON', DEALERS IS HOOTS, SJIOKS, HATS AXD TRUNKS, XO. 45, COLLEGE STREET, XASimilt i "Tr would call the attention ofMinciiAVrstoour ll'.We V 1 tile I'epirtment in the second story where ihev will find a very large aud complete stock of BOOTS, SHOES I AND HATS, which we have direct from the hands or East 1 em Manvfaeiunrs; and ofler very low by the package or dozen, for" Cash, or on accommodating ternis to time dialers. 1 E3" I" the Retail Ih-jhtrtnuitt we have a fashionable and 1 complete assortment of I-ulies and Gemlenien, Misses, Ko s, 1 Childn.11 and Jrv ans.(llie variety is loo large to specify in an advertisement.) We tfiiicii. the attention of purchasers I feeling confident that all will bo suite J in quality and prices 1 A. B. A C. W. ROnBttTSO.V. I Jf" Iron Frame Sole Leather Travelling Trunks, of bet I quality a constant supply. A. B. A O W. R. Nashville. August yx,lS5n. DAGUEAEBAN STCCiC AKD PICTURE ESTABLISH- A1JJ'Ial1" Col We " itENT. I TpvOBY.VS A YE.VR0UT, Nashville, Tennessee, 1 Jl.y street. Dour- 4 Hall. Louisville, hy. Don .s i llicntRtisoir, Uorssewet, New York. Dobtns A SpAi-LDixn, St. Louis, Mo. DoaiNs A Ykarout, Memphis, Tenn. Dobt-vs & IIarrixotox, New Orleans. ' At any oflhe above establishments, yon can procure as fine Pictures xs can be lisd in any city, of any desired style ' or finish, as we hare every improvement, end expect to keep up with anr and all improvements. Wo are prepared in either city to furnish arlisu with every article used iu tho art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish slock on the most reasonable terms. DOBVNS A CO. N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de ceaseii persons ai an times. agl7-tf D.ACO. D.ACO. IX Store and for sale Cheap for Cash : 150 bbls Cin. Whisky: 1 J kegs Nail, assorfed; ', 200 bbls Hour, various b'uds; 50 bags CoQee; j Sot) bags fine Salt; 25 bbls Loaf, Cradled and ( 50 bbls Molasses; Powdered Sugar; 25 bxs Tobacco; various 10,000 Regalia Cigar.-; I brands; 3 cases JeukinV Teas: J 10 cozMiaker Krooms; 2 bbls Mason's Blacking; - 5 reels I'acking Yarn. 5 bids Boston Crackers; , i sim rms appmg raiicn 50 bbls Pilot Bread; 10 bbls ii. A Vf. Crackers: 4 bb s Su 'ar A Picne do: Together with Pepper, Allspico, Ginger, Indigo, Jlad dir. Spun Cotton, t-liol, laad. Powder. Mutard, Catsup, Cotlon, Hemp, Bed Cords, aud Plough Lines. ocH tf. K0EE KEW MAN0ES. XA received by recent arrivals nine more of those unrivalled Pi IANOS. made by J. B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co.. ui various styles and size-s which will be sold very low tor cish or good notesdrawing iuterest, ud warranted to give aausiaciiou iu every rcsj'eci. api-j W. A T.H. GREENFIELD A CO. , - ALE. l.Y PURSUANCE OI- HAXCERYS. V,! order, made in the cause of II. F. Beaumont ad ministrator, vs. James Irwin, et. als., at the October Tenn lS53,ortheChancrryCo!trlatCIarksvilIe, I will sell lo the highest bidder at the Court House, in Nasluille, 011 Satur day, the 20th day orXoven.ber next, all of tha Real Estate in thepl odiiig mentinnnl, which consists of sundry veryeli. gibfe budding mid biuiness Lois on Market street and tbe Murrrve.bon.ugh Pike, in South Nashville, a plat or which n .11 l... ..I, :!.:,... il . , . weuiu'tni ou ioe uav oirair. The above property will le sliuwn by Jlr. James Irwin to ""j pcisou vin uesires iu examiueii. 1 emiS Of Sale It. I" IU nn.t ol nion(ti ( jmableat the Planters' Bank at. Nashville, with atilirov.1 security and a Hen retaiued uiitdthepuicbasu money shall be paid. THOS. J. JIUNFORO, '. it2Tld IjkandJIaster, I ptuilHLRLAND COAL The uadersigueThas : J at bis yard, on College stieet, oposite CapL Home's j Paint .Shop, a fine lot of the best CumU-rl ind Coal, which j will bo sold at the market price? . Tlie pub'ic ure invited I to call and try thiscoal. JAMES HUGHES. I ES? Having Wagons and Teams I am at all times pre- paied to furoL-h my old customers and friends with Sand I .' and Gravel, or to do any hauling that may be required. 1 Aasliville, October 2o, 153 J. jj, Produce Waiitcd. WL will pay the highest price iu Cash or Groceries for all kinds ef Pi oduce. , "i?23 M0BBI3 4 STBATTON. 4 -B A 1 'Will vuuir siren, Jire noon jrom tin futdte Square, Mirufcbery, Steves and Stove Castings, Liitht and ILZ w WH ERE may be found a choice and well selected JLJ Castings, stock of Cloths Casimerbs and Vestiap", all On Freight destined fur Chattanooga or Decatur, and ". of which will be made m to order in tlu most Fash- !,t 1 inteimediatetioiBts.i!OMtrmeharwillliii9.t..iiir.. c I r Tf c t rirr"T THE Nashvflle 'and Cbattanooeo Railroad; Company, and the Tennessee River iL M. . unit Tmtismrtatian Corotm nv. bite adcrifrd Ihe- .rollowing rjdeapfrranjrit&on pp FreigbthclKeen Nash Ttlle, Teon 'aniCthe. various Undjugs ou tie Tennessee River. -a FKOM SAHHVILUITO i 1! "5 J 5 I ?. r it I- L 150oU,Slior, J ItaU.Bonaei., Drj ftoedil gieenllr. ClKriln b.ix? orca.es.fiii W.re.Cioetj, Wooden. Wire,. Light mji Uollow Ware, CsatlogiJ Wwol, Feathers, Oinser-E f f oos. Horse Collars.StOTn! and Mure,. Ware. T)?aj, ururs In Eees and boxes. Saddterr, Candies. Con- fectlonaries, &c, per low nonnds..... ' .70!. ...TO ..eoi .... ri Mecosd IttAs Sugar, Coffee. Molasies. Nafis. 1 Tin Plate, liar and PiM Lead, trim iu oarreia,! kegs, Rltr,aie., Window OU';, Cotton Yarn, Do mestics, iierop ana r:as la bates. Tobacco In box- es.Kice, Hides, BaleUopel tUgKlDrordage,Leaili- erinroiisanuDxs, Hard Tare, GlasjandQneens ware in crateaandboxs, Lead find Paints In kees.l Clover b'eed, Choojj uanoiea, raap, caller, Beeswax, Oils, Brsndh-s, Vines and other liquor., Varnish.Turpentlne.die- perlOUlbs... Tmao Cum-Bacon, Ird and Pork la tierces or barrels, Bar Iiob, heavy Catlings GrloJ Mtones and undressed Marble per 10O lb Pisr MetallperltOlbi... . j ....eoi,...70 I -55 ....sa as. csj es 92 to 1 LO 55i WMjkv.perbMof-ltol.i CI M, $1 UN 31 5i 31 Si) 1 im iH 1 30 ....asj....n 1 ja Salt.perbbi..... I 1 lot Flour, per bbl, and Salt: sirfc 1 Porter Ale, and Bomes-j tie Uquois, per bbloUtj galons ...j Lard. Linseed, or otherl ...85 IW I 1 Tj 1 Tut 1 70i 2 101 2 15 1 TO; 2 10i IJ I I 1 Ml 1 so: I 3 f J5n! 2 75 3 CO 00: ixi i.u : 1 3 5 0 50! 11U ' c;' fj Oil of Tenrie.ifeMaia-! factore,perbtil of48rnUJ 14 rowuer, lecure-y paes ed in casks or Bsheads per lot) pounds 1 301 1 3M CarbojF, Mineral AeW,i (at coiupan)'! convea ienee,) each Piano Fortej. boxed.... Cotton Gins boxed, aad Portable Barrow's o r Queen of the Souih Mtbs, each. Plows (a-wrtedj and Cnltlvators,each ' 25 2 Jt 10 u w Hi) ! I 8 50' e I I 3 REGUL.VTIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS Single Packages weigUng 1m tka 1M lba., will be in variably charged as 10U hV.. First C Kates. All articles of unsul sixe or weitjIM, etmrged in prorrr tiou to the trouble ami expend of lwudhHfl aud space cc .u pieii. Goods in Packages not serare or iimulftYknt for the j r tection vf contrnts, will b ifjpmtiutttd oulv at owners risk. All claims forda ages matt WcoHected m" tne par'r da' livering tbe goods, and daiuwkir hmi or mi-iii.g hori mast be mode witliio Codavsfrom Jute of siiipmeiit, , rt:.e will not be allowed. Tlie above Companies will not be responsible for Le-L -3 of Oils. Liquors, or other Liquids, or lor tlie UreaVugx- Jugs, DemijrfiDs Tin Cans, or Cartw f I.i-,ciids nu.c 1 they be securely Packed ia Wi&d( Gates w itb tbi-ir t exposed. Tlie following Articles will only be Transported at "Owa ers Ri.k," as to Breakage, Cba8ar, Fnt, Heat, Stories Accidents, or Unavntdable Dviaj s vis Mohisses, Dresseii Marble, Glass- and Chinaware, (.reja Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bug of Shut, Ion, Demijuna, I . niture, unboxed. Moveables and Houseladd G.xIk, J h Fib, Ponltrj-, Live Steck of every description, BoX's, 1 gars not Cased, Caiboy. Acids Ia)okiiic Glasrex. Mus-t,1 instruments, Books and Stationan-, Glazed S.u-h, Trees ai ! low water season, except that aM articles carried at less liian , j uim CIiss Rates will tben be cliaimd at Third ( uiss. Lut detentions arising fnm IJVW'eraie entirely at the risk .f the owner. On Freight to KnoxriuV, ami 0)4 iBseniuidirbi poir.tit Chattaaoosra. Taertr-tive,'S cents for Km, lbs mar r-. add a I during low water, bat ia m ana is there any rtwpousii , -! assumeil for tlie detention ot Goods dtirUHF or on accii.nt 1 ( ! low water. Goods corwigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. AC R R.C, Xashville. will be receitetl on ll.e wburf, ail cl.arjis 1 paid, and sent forward witWt extra eh-rge tor Drar-a 7 1 Commission. Xo Freight received 00 tlie V.lwrf, aor charges paiv', ex. cent on Goods for Tennesciv river. Furniiure and all otlier Article ttotenwoerated abivesi:': ect fo spjocial contrmcL 1 Emijfrantjn 1 ihthpr raib ami Bftbles taken P.r 1 at low rates. ' Persons wishing to mat e contracts or desiring 111I1 nc- tllK arrjr-2em w .1 C. ii. R. t , N i- r U )l. i l l. Chatt&nooga. H. I. ANDERSON, Spt N. i C It tt t JAS. W1LL1.VMS. !'. Twin. RitwM. M. AT I ! juneS. - l-'A til. AUUANCC3Si:M-s. I FBEIGHT3 BETWEEN CHAI.asTON AND XJASX- t VILIJS. 1 TYl zntti iHtpsiieBl bgtww-i the Smith Carolina. 1 iJ ueurjrta, VveMeru ait.1 Atlv.lv pl Ma-hMlIp j and Cuattauoogtt railroads, guwb win be brougof througtito Nashvi,Iat the toMowin rmt4: I iiwrr csb. B,ixes Hats, Bonne. FtMSMtwr, TrM sttd nlLerliht Roods, wr cubic root j Mm CT. .las. " Bojs ilhoca, DnOpo,SHkry, Gium, Dnifr.CVn fectioHa: ios. Csmj4u, Spirits Turpentine, m casks. Ac, per lw lbs. 11 7KIRI ) cixm. All artieiVs not coming ihmsW simin nttes, us nine ated iu the tariff ot tbe mods between .a:anor a and Chart, rebates of which can he seen or had at die Freight Agent's Otf ) per Hal lba . Goods to bo dehveted at NaobvdW at above rates n. i be plain'y and dbtinctty c.wknl to the cure ot f Nashnlle aud Clwtlcuiooga Railroad Co . at ( hittar aud Agent of South Candioa KaM C., at fUrl. 'i IVrsonssliiUigtritue4nt eitoes can ship bv teas er al or aiv. lip, by projiellers t -., and r sels at from He to 7e. pr fcit When the Nashville and ChatiaMw . V) i X mrl .1 1 from Chattanooga to the River, a further reduction ib . made, ofwhieh due notice mH bn nrtn v- 1, -U- ANDERSON, Sopt X. f R. IE. ( -. 1 D-..TI'e?a'0,d'n,M.w!,l bew 1e wUf pd 1..3 ui aeuverea ai uecnent, oriettMTHw and Miirliee or oiner staiioos on our road, u is how ntide luftw freights from NashrihV to tSuttMmega, arj fieieb 1 " ll a,v Ite tu ChattatBKa. HsOer tie arraneei.. jnuelO tf .cuiicr inter m. n. 1. 1:1, IT. I. A. NOTICE TO WEST28N TSAVjSLLEES. THROUGH bv Pennlraofct and (io ifcuh I'r adelphia to PittsbHrtr. P., ihmumm, H -erf vr Ian.I,ToIdo,(Iu!nbiLs.CiMtiinali, iudiauwpoli- lutorr TeiTeHaiite.Cbixago.aBdMill.a,.!. ThtwLi. I.', R. J f - T'L l!.i.lJ tan. t :-. . ... - - t. 3 ' hhonmt and quickest rwite inai il .Ulaaf u ( , 1 lo ' e ; fwt Vst. Iwenren will finj tUU ihe tut t tea z,t rouietoXOrleaa. Oitlyll tuCwIimaii- . oi . i foHowintrdmlv -Steam Packets fhini Pttisotirg- lii.aew.t , Capt3l W Bf4lver,leil'uJw.Sirii. State, Cant Ciiarles Sum?. ave. Pit.biinr . i a ghener. L'apt .Clatrl. W jU'chJor. ip,lt-' urt day; Crystal Palace Capt il Kountx, Laves p.i,.lurl- desdar; Bnmant, Capt J K Giate. n-av l u. I .ir , uay: i-isDiirjr. caw Jtush Camutvil I-m m -.:r.i . . day .... r... v.'. o dF. . , , r .... 7. i bur , J. ;.ipr, .tv. -', .apiaJCU JvU ini';v J .. . . oauiruay. coaroir.g alP lbIpiixon bour.1 il, , . l Y ' r-1 1 'il f .ti . I.. I ... ,- - 7- - a v -au, lMTti jjouis FareiIirougUbyPlro(J,WH.iBdelp1;i(, i-,.t ? Mj M8.jiU.ai, d-4d. tlo; MawlU-l and t . line, fcll; Columbia. Tteo.4M; fine i nat, a Crestlim'.) Sf.l5 Chicago, fia Miibignn San ru 1; I IHr? ,C,He0. NwAeiSa". KeaudM, Hi . Ram- ' waukie .Sheboygaa, Wiseouxiu, ra Detroit 11,. h.. j Central Rortroad, f 18. fc ' Tbe Cars will leave tiw Con laaonwmhli'a ShI ;t I ConirofSchujlkilirinhaidlarl;ttStivels.!ierei . can be purcJiase.1 ef Bimrham A Dock, A"enls of id. .C n and Coluiubia l!:lrwul I.ines. The morning Express Train throngh to PittsTairg f . -land, Cincinnati ami Cttieugu, will leave at 7 o'ci.A," 1 Tlirougii to Ciucinnali in botm. Tlie night Jlan Train at lo, p. . TbrosL-h to l - . "' ' hours, inchjdhijr one Bigbt's ewufcrtable re t lX Pittsburg. .oc aiwii lines pass mroopn and gop at Lancaster I' nsburg, Lewistown, Uanrinpion, lhJIidav.- I,nr j 3. stown, GifciHiouig, and intnstMte phmn. " .VoriCK.-Iri cinse ufloae, tbe Couipany will bold thee res resnsible for personal Umm onlv, amf To, au ar, not exceeding 5100. THUS. ilGsjHE. gen' fe"M'.r" r, -, ,r IWlvaoia K,!, t The Columbia Railroad Line fr Jlarrisbor-r, v ra C ' -. bii and allintermediBte pkcea, nill Iters lbe'ab,,teat ,a nt ii 1. sr. LKP02TANT IMPH07E2ESXT IN DEKTISTEV "TR-R0SS wouW reecHMly invite tbe XJ atlention of the public tu a mkw axu rytgfcisL ",rt9'to ? "wurrisw Aitirk-Mt 'TTT ft lenu, upon whicii he tuts beta for mme time piac wnu lrreai success. Tbe improvement consists io the teeth being arranged L , onapIateofmVjit..i,M,t)I oy ,., ,?.,. . compound th- teeih and pbUe recu;etl tinidv Vtt . I r, leaving no interstice the !o.lgniet or Vre in , food; ut Ihesuuio tioieformiag an artiueral g'toi beautv and Iife-hke ia appetuoiK-e, ami iacb 1.-. rejHe i.ied 011 1 .d 1 insideoftletretlia4 waUasiHis Those interested arc invited to n nnl ramines niens of tfiis improved ii,e(tuHli.tli--riH; lu aif, 1 j 57, up stairs. College at, aoj; 7 1 f CAHELIOE MANUrACTOKV. TT A. JlYUILS, re-j.iluli, iot.i.a 3 1 1, tne ciirzena or .tasiivuie. uia toe pun- lie generally, inat liesJUI eotrfmu".' .iv ai. j business ou Cherrv street. betwe-n l' far.oi4 Line streets LeLiw the Theatre, niters l, is-prepare J I) build Conches aud Curiinrs f all toads to oi.: t He will keep consianlly ou band an asirtuxoi "if lly -gie,Harouchss,Ph tons, etc, wi.iUi be will . . t for silelow for c-aH. Those wmbnig lo purehiue. Will -ov well to give him a cell. Rejuiriog in aii brancLas ibaie t ihe s4rtst notice and in lla neatest maimer. au093 tr Dir. j. W. GRAY- Office in JfcComba' New BuUdiii; onCheiry Btrset - jjnaretn utautrut decI4 12m : I I Sunirinten- t ",ul regaru ior cwiwcied wim :noivn here. addiess C. . Aodwwx. oaenl, N. A nIrol.. viW.orJs, iniins. rnn . Teau. ICi 1