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to WHOLE SABE fFBiB'lRiOy- - "H" 1200 Gasos Boots, Shocasj &c. B. S. HOLLINS & CO., VHOLESAJuE AND RETAIL DEALERS, ITo 21 and SS, Garner of College aaiUnion streets, XASimLLE,TEX! HAVB received for the FALL AND WINTE11TRADR 19U0 CASKS BOOTS, SUOIIATSC.U, TltUXKV, 4e. Heing the LARGEST STOCK of Goods thev hive ever offered ra this market, and which for qtuiMy, irv and irwfy ill equal any Stock! n the City. Merchants and all others making their purchases in Natliville, wfflftri it to their INTEREST to give our Stock an exaininatton before buying. r & & cQ Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in exehiiigc fur Goods at the highest market price, ugli if b w o H. & B. BOUG-LAS & CO., Importers and "Wholesale Dealers No. 54, Public Siiu'are, Nashville, Tenn., . Off exhibit and oTerftr tale a complete and desirable stock of Ftirtvin ui Lhmetlie JJni Uvoa, i inacniiuae auu t.c "'"-J "Th- fitie-ani de- ever ollered in luts part oi uiew;r - , , .ofSSr fancy "Goods are T'frf. Itt signs -..,.,. innutinir Irec navigation in Cumberland riven? so that the corf of transportation is an KXfoeJiiiijly smalfttem. . .... J J- We are, therefore, able and determined to do better lor our cusioincrs and l.io who may feci disposed to pairunizo tut, than they can do elsewhere. We want Feather, (iiiiMng, Reeswax, Wool, Linsey and Yam Sock, at their highest market value. " wig 14 Biiftoi H. A. II. D0tIOr.AS.fc CO. JOSEJ'H V UUNTOX', J WCLFJ.ALi; DEALER IN DEY GOODS. Xo. 51, Evolic S itvar c, Xa ih villi tnnesset. Tall uud Winter Importations. "yT'AS now open, lor the inflection of the public, his full A A. and complete suck of Fuieigu and Domestic Dry Goods. This carefully selected cod well assorted stock. consists of Cloth?, Cftssimeros, Satinets, Sdks.- French, English and American Una Goods l'Uiu audFanoV Prints, Hats, Cops, Douuets, Umbrellas, Carpet liags, and stull" goods of all kinds. .'.. Owing totlie favorubla purchases, he lias n-ade with, the Easuirii market!, l.e cuindTer the greatest variety and best selection at the very luirest price.1 that can .Ixs found uitvwhere. . 1 invite purchasers to give me i call before makiug their pui chases elsewhere, guaianteeing to suit thein in every re- KiFilliers, Ginseng, Reeswax, Wool, Linseys, Tarn and Couotrv i'roducc bought at tho highest market value, aupai UUNTON. HANUSB U..STEVE.SSO.V. R0BEOT u wmTE- " STEVENSON & "WHITE. Ko. L'X CoVtgt street. AVE on liand alarm And desirable stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOOD'S, which they will toll f..r rash, in onier to reduce their stock belore. they receive their Fall purch we. All of you who like cpd bargains give them a oil. -; augt W hate on hand ahirgeuiid beautiful stock of Ladies D It ESS GOODS, buchas plain, checked and bros cade Silki Silk Kabe, Heraei and Dernge Ilobes; and -a Ure lotof beautiful Fieoch ilusiias, all ofwhioh will be Bold extremely low for ctoh by uusi 3 , STEVENSON & WI11TE. UENCIt XnEIJWJ "WORKS. STEVENSON & WHITE havejiLt received a very large stock ol French Noe.lle Work, such as Collars, Sleeves, Chimizetts, Urcdkcrchieh, Ed?uics, lnserlings, Uibbon, J.C, which tlieyaroselliugat erx reiluce J prices fur cash aagj. TTOUSI3-FURN 1SII IN'f: (JOOBS We bavejusl i I received a Linen Stieetingt I.i.ion Nankins uj DauiasS Towea, whica will be sold very lu-jr, ior ca-u oy nir.i i.jow v -tiKN'TLK-UKX'S I'CItXISIIING GOODS. JC All vou wli'i wisli to purchase Cloihs, Cassimcres Vetinp, Linens, I'ateut Shirt., Linen and Drilling Draw cm, Half-lime, l.iiieM and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Cravats, call in at STEVENSON & WHITES, No. 6U, Col loRe street, for they hic sllinij c!f very low for Cash, in or lir to make mom lor their Fall Mock. aegl- ' NliW GOODS! "ni:V GOODS1! AT TUURSION & BSBIIAED'S, Xo. 9 Ut ion Street. WE are now ree.'tviiyj, direct Irom the lUslern cities, someoi the very utt sti lei of Full and Winter dross Goods, ooBsittingln jurt of SILKS, Krucade, Plaid, Caeck, iigurail and plaui ItUck, lVivian Cloths, and all wool Mus lin Delaue; ChemiTties and Sleeves in sets, French- Nee dle Work ColUr, H.iotiing C-iIbi." and Sleeves, Embroi'd l.iiteti Camb.H'dk'fci, Velvet H bb.i:i-, Gimps and Galloons, Juenuwt Mid Swiss iusemngs .m l Kdlnip, Jaconet Hands and Flounc:., Ac ic. il:MEKY and GLOVES, all Miados and qualities, '!iihi'"e i's ami Mftecs Mie, all col ors, which we are o.'fenng vorv low. Those iusearch of gijd GkxxJs, and at low pries., will do well to give us a call. No charge for sbo.Yitu; giud. seji 1 l-tf 'ilUJitSTON.tnF.UNARI). TTALIAS JJliDIUATIU) SOAP.-For render t in the harshe! skin lolici.teiy smoutlie, white and toft, lemaviugaaliuwoe outatKxi eruption, pimples, tan, freckles, or redness, lis svoi.iing iuKuenoe immediately illays tlte irritation of mosquito uitas, ic, while its dilating properties prvontii the lorm ition of wriuiles and banishes theei if alreUly formed, cliciung on the chetk of ago the. cleiniei aiid'smoiihns of youth. Prepared by Dr. F. F. Guuraud. 87 Walker ot., 1st S.ore from l5ro:id-av, N. York. For de by iebv GEOltnEGRBIG. TjMiKXCil WINiiS AA'D BllXiimtX. Always S ou hand, u weli aisortcj variety of foreign Wines and LyiutHS, iut up in '.vood aud bltler, and fur sole by labtl GEQKUEGttEIG. pISi! Ai r'liKS A.VU PriACUHS. Just re g coived, a frcti lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up i ii gls tars, and for aal by GEORGE GUblG. OliUK.SU. M boxes ceived and fjrs.de by Weslcru licerve Glieese, le ftbSi OEOUflK nUEIO. Al'I'Jjil C1I ;i;Sri. 7o boxes suiwnor Gs!ien 1'ine Amile Clieeoo,teceivedandJbralebyi( feb fiKOKGK GUE1G. t fit On hand and for sale a unall lot of verr lino s, by feb. ' GEORGE ORIilG. GU$ IljtOl'Si. A froU .-upplv of linest quality Gum Di;w til various flavors, jml received and for sale bv fe!i GEORGE GUEIfi. " lU)CLATli A niperior art'.clc of ChocolaTcHin Mb nil sticks and m half pound cake, put n;i in tin toil, at.dforkk-by febtf GJ-.ORGE .GREIO. . TIlXUII JiRlICA CANbYJiistrecerved by JL? exi'reas a small lot of White Frentli Ntauga Cunily put up in tin 11 and for yale by GKORtiE ORh'tff. -t KllKX-THA.S. -Weans fie.4i Orteu Teas,.:hermet-' 1!" ically sjuled, on liaud and for sale by .fcb GEORGE GREIG. "STltESH TILVS. Jutreee:ved, an extra assortment .1? ' of lllnek a-id tireen Teas ofihefiKC-t qualities innnirt ed, and warranted speriy, fur m!- hr ,fcbl GEO. ;ltEIG, Union Ftreet. BAIK AND LlJAA'iv. I ih to purchase ith cusdi, a Ure quantity of Clietiiul OiVItark an J Sho lnnke Iave-, tor Tailing purjJi. Apply to J. G. Jlooie, confer of Union and Market streets. julySTtUw If. FltWH'inf ROTH. Lltii;qitS.-l bUN TtHU-ewo I'M hisk ; ialjarns-isCTd MonongalieU . ' ' ', ' M bblsOld Bourbon Whtsi.y; ii) bbl Ne'- EncIandRum; .'A ' Old Rve " o ) - A.JI.(.ru: fi) " Old Rt -i ve :) "ireet Wine:' ltii"p:ics0ij C. Rrandv;10 OU Fori Wine: 2 " Holland Gin; SO boxes Draudv Cherries; lObbJa tJJ Maderia Wine; .") " Ctarei. V.lne; lBrwu bbls Sweet it me: 10 " aanrted Oadiil 1m bbb A. JI. Rmndr; 15 gals. Old FrweMtmiii In s-iure and fra-siie low bv LAMER .t liiitiTHKIL DXDJUKS. lOObbU in-st FUmh- iriilii3 oi'Nailr; ' liKKJ bbls No. 1 Salt; 0 ton awwcirf Jrou; . , BU uez l'utntel l.ucKe's; ft liUls tswu.ie; JO nests of Tub; & " .iliuu; . , , 20 " IuIi'Iju-Jk'I mcusurosivvyjtHV.; " . , 50oQ lb bar Id; $bU No laclerV ' M bags Shot, assorted; fiOlj'ls Nti l and i ihi; ' ' 100 aborted Dcimjolms; ) Ib j Aiiutrnd.-; . . 50 boies Cub i S.xes Cigapa;! rjs Pecans; 5j. doz lledcort. uitJ Lines;.) boxes Fr; ' . " SS'bagsKace Giuger; Suo Ti-K.ceo, assarted- M bajs PejHier, S.tietcis l'r.sh Rice; . fcObbxeS Dried Herring; af. l,U EuIisli SkI; 1 casjj MadJei;v . .ry Uae Fresh Tea.; ' 10 biixes Stawrhton. l!itlers;l ti " C'rome's best Imli-rr 20 " D,l;TFlour,ex(; " ' Tcgaherwith inauv other articles, which ill be m,!J low by decl L.VNIERA RROTHFit. market t. COACH KAKLKG. rrUE imdcrsigned would respecthi'lr in- -ySisJrji ' X form their fiieiids and the public that iggffSgy j they have taken the oW stsiid t.f (i't AVaton; u." Ueartcnck su, wliere tliey intend to carry on CUACJI il AID ING in all its branches. We will keep jomianllr tti h.tnd an assortaicnt of Carriages, which wo will JLw? j.f on reasonable terms. Carnages f every desciiptiou iiuidj lo order nroriptly. Repairing doue on reasouible tenu9, and the public may rely upon getting their work -.Wn pmuii-d. Work entrtHtod to uwill be warraiitfd to be of the best workmanship and materials. rrilEACKSMlTIUNO. Every Ascription orELACK SMITU'S W01CK executed in the best maimer on liberal terms. ' 5rH0RS SHOEING. We hav in our employ expert onced H0RSES110ERS, and the public may rclvon jrtt'ri' . their horses shod in the neatest insurer. All wotkert rru' to our care wat Launder ti.eiiomediato sujH'rictdi.u. the Proprietors, and ao pains or expense uparetl t give sat isfactien to all. We respectfully solicit from the public a liberal share that patronage. " feb B ly CRAM A SHEPHERD. ISA A. STOUT, COACH JUNUFACTltRint, No. fi Clahk Steect, Nasitillk, Twk, Xeridoor to It. K French's OrKcry Wanhtuit, find pp. posiit AforrUibSlrjUoti'i A: LL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness rgZlz to suit. All Mtfirc sold by mo is made ut - tlie tilarlc Mreet KanulactorT, ana wamiutea, ana mil Da bold on a3 good Terms, ior Cash or good notes, as any work made North or East. Repairing done withpromptness and dispatch, and nil persons leaving work to repAtr may rely on getting it when promised. All orders proii'ptlr attended to. juiarlj. 1 EXTRA CHEWING TOBACCO.-!" qr. boxes "M. Langboroe i Son V extra Gold laf Chewing To baoon. 'Just rccved end for sale by - ocus tf JJAP.T & HOLLlNGSWOIkTlU h Sfd tow cud. means could secure., the shipments me umo anu p ro'tbcti 6$ INSURANCE CGMBANY nnnJiAl Slhek. Anniffll. Pnminm -nil Western Fund! 1 tt 1, 000,000! . " IXCOn'POKATED 1825. . . Policies of Insurance issued, at all times on the most, favo- 'able tctins, -against ; LOStf Oil DAMAGE ax rinn, on tiik PP. RIT.f? OP NAVIGATION, by . .. LlNDSEEY,i CROCKETT, t Agents' for asuri!Ie'andT)avTdsoii County. jtOylfIy. MAEINE & HAB INSURANCE, OF H A RT FORD, CONN- LI.NDSLEY Ar CROCKETT, Agents oct" lm. fiir Nahnlletttld Dantlson County.' ESTABLISHED FOB TEN EA23- UR Gcols- arese'ected and purchased btr onrsclves,. l wit(i grctcaram.tie oesi maiKeis, wiucu enauica u i,. snll lnnr lor (1AS1I. Our Candies are WARRANTED to keep dry; and wo sell as cheap as any house in the coun- trv. Toys, Itocket Cutlery, JL'istois, itevoivers ana f eu; picking; Sp'iinish Cigars, Arc, Ac. julySO it . irASHVILIB STEAM UAK2LE WORKS. JxVBIES SLOAN, Proprietor. mBDTBT.,01TOire JOllNSOjri HOUSE'S TOUACCO WACEIIOCSB, NASIIYILIJL TENN. MiriU VirerDoins-al Hit -oil stjrA Corner of Summer arul Spring streets. HVINOlnada extensive enlargements in ray Marble . Works, 'my facilities are such that I can execute all kinds of woi k in the most tasteful manner and the. latest style, as cheap as it can be- -dona in an)- of the Eastern Cities. Ity calling at my Wiucrooms, on tho comer of Spring arid Summer streets, .specimens ma v be seen which will enable persons ojudge for tlicmielves, which is the best method. Jlavingjm baud all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee, A ,i finnAMment'nf'Kmitian. Italian aiid American Marble, which I will sell lou' o the trade, wholesale and rev tail, iimsted cr in the rough state. A'larso assortment of Moxcjients. Tomcs, IHPTisviL Founts. ijn.N'. Vasis. GAimiLN- Fionus. Giut: Stonls, &c carvedAiid lettered to orderi FcimtoukMaebli executed. to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cbeapta., it con Le luocuied fi-om tha East , . Also. Maeelz Mamels, lifeve'rv description, "flliiih of carttd. DCiLbiXO StoSe, sold' tl iniesaie aim ikeji. All orders left at my Wire-Rooins on the corner of Spring nnil Summer s'reeL. will meet with liromnt attention. Mr friends generully ivili find it fo their interest to call and ex uumie my stock before purchasing clsawhere. Thankful to ray old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I lione bvtrict attention to business to merit a continuance -ft.-.'r Ttu.j crritv t,i ineir tuturs. .i.i-.i. CornerotSpring and Summer streets, Nashville, febltfly JiSVLVAMI A HAItKtlAI). f 11HIS rna.1 now c.iiiiDlel. ltooensa coioraunlclllon bo JLtweent'itlsburg ainl I'hiJadelphla,orPittsburs audCaltl moro." By which Freight from tUe west can reach an oaetern iiiar!:tt:ulckeriiiii cheanerhau bv any of the present rival uutes: taey connect with tha daily paeknts at Pittsburg, ir.nn St Lonit. Louts nr.e. Cincinnati, n Decline, and all tie .ttfiirent nolnt on tha western waters. Also with the Cleve- land and Pittsburg )lsl KoaJ, and Ohio aud fcmisjlvaniai ail Kosdatl'illsbcrg. Uarsrnn taroaga Detweeu ruuoursu ud Philadelphia viHhouttranshipnieiii or freight, an a J van tae that can be snnreciated bv all Rhtmers. In ease of obstruction of navigation by ioe or ow water xrctguU westward can be forwaruea irom rittsDuri 10 tin- clnuali, or towns in me interior oy ltauroaa. hatks or rjsti:i;n-r Between Pittiburjand PulladelphiaorUaltraore. , first C1u.sk. irinttr' Summer Halts. Rates. Dry'Coods, Books and Kts'.lotiary Boots,) per 100 J1 Shoes, llaia and -Carpetlnp, Furs and l"el 91 75 ell tries, r earners, baauiery, c aocoiiii wiukt. Jlrown .Sheeting & Stirling la. Bales, 1 T)rjg.GlaM Ware, Orocenes, except Cof-1 BScts. flee, Hardware. Hollow Wire, Machinery, f OH cloth, Wo'ot, &C. J Xlllril Class;, . ; , , ButterlnFirkrns 5i Kegs, Candle., Cot-.i ton, tn yrintcr,) Qaeoniware, Tallow, i 75 ct. Tobacco, In leafor llacufactared, liast-J -ward,! &c.$c'. J Fourth" Class. " "Ricon. Cotton fin simmer,) Ooflce,LnrdA CD eta ctt aud Lard Oil, (throurh) Portia fall car- Co cts. 40cts. loads ct onnersrisk. J Gee, C. I'ranciscnif, . Freight jiirtnt. Ptttshnrr. Jii-J.'Sltccdtir, ' - ' FrtieklJlrcnt. Philaiclvhia. r JJIajrrutv Jc Koont, Freight Agents , Baltimsrs FrtizKt j?w(,.V.7 Jt'esl st.,.Y. Y. ' XJ, IX, Houston, . . . (Jen. Freight. Sgcnt, FhilaJcIplia. ' " march lo.TBr.5-iy ' ' , L J , -t COI 252BCIAL INTJEiUi'GT3 COMPANY, ciiAm.r3Tox, soctu casolina. Capital ,6250,000: .All;Paid In. . THAYE been appointed Agent of the above Compasv'at Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, firey River Risks, on the most i'avorablelerms. . . . : A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be seeu at t!ie office of tlie Nashville "Jiisurauce and Trust Com- puu) ou voucge vij.-vi. seplb . , . .. . 'J0HN& DASHIFXL, Agent : THE M0IUAL P20TECTIQir,HTf.UEANCE COUP ANY . OF ZIASEVILLS, TENNESSEE I pPIfin ,.n f!lar Street, adioinin"- tlie Post Ofliee. and J oppositetl Verandah, trill insure on tho mutual prin ciple, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by Fno; Steamboats on any of Hie Western waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation, and the Cargoes of Vessels of cvsrv description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. AImv the lives of licrsons in good health, for a single year. for a tenrUif. yuafs, or during life. Also, HankJCotcs transr jmtted periiutil. . Alli.eiiisImTingUieiruveaorpi-oncrry.insitred m tins lrisiitution,'r.reeaatled foa full paiaeiiift'iofi fu all the pi its. wiuioutanvlisbihty to Iins beyond the amount of Pre miums which they "may pay. ' ' i ' M". H. Pn.CHER, President,' " 3. IT. J0HNS0N, Vice President C. J. F. VnOtTiw, Recrcterr. f janl TENNliSSEE iiASniE ANU F1KE U.S1T2AKCE COM- PAirY CAPITAL S1S0.O0O. Her serintion KLiiinst fire; oiitanfccats and Cargri against fire aud the rise of tlmrirer; ou the Cargo of Keel Doats and other river crafts, and oil Feaiess'-ls- and other cargoes, on the usual termi. JOHN M. HlLLaJ're.-iident Josura Vait. Sccretarr. DiuEcroia. AJex. Airson, John M. IU1L F. R.-Togg, G. M. Fogg, James Cprret', Jno. M. liass, Joseph "Wood, Sam uel Seay, MatthcW Watson, J. While, Jacob McGavock. janl ' ( " TO TRAVELLERS GOJ-NG JiORTJI. ! Ufiifted I".j5tc Mail JLiiic Thtongh in t8 to.ri0 ironrs. 1 XEW YORK AXD CIIARWSTO'X SEitf- YEEK,T ,STEAM SlffP JJXR , i ,fljIf. LliVVESAdgcr's Wliarvos every Saturday ' yt-fTTVy! and Wednesday, atterthe arrival of thecars i ryA: fitmi (he StitiOi and West. , , i OiTurday, the new end splendid Vcamer Jas. Atl- gtr, li00 ttins, .J. Dickinsu'n, Commander Slarloil, i.acsi ton, n. rosier, wjuiuaiiuer. Ou Wcdlicsdav the ITiiiiiu', l,30t ton. Richard 'Adams, Commander Sonthcmcr, 1,000 tons, TIios. Ewan, Com mander. Tlicso steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety, feled and comfort. Experienced and courteous Comman der, and tables supplied with every luxury, will insure Truvel'ers by this line every possiblu otafortand accom iiiodatiou. J For freight or passrge, having elegant Slato Room Acoom moilaliocj!, apply at the office of the Agent, eptl5 HENRY MISSR00N, - CoriierEast Hay and Adger's Sou. AVharves. Cabin passage . , t Sleeragoi:3. " rook rinding; ; And Blank Rook Jlnuufactory. J. Y0SIC it CO., P.0OK SEIJ.hRS AND STATIONERS. HAVE an cxteii'in. lhndery, and are well prepared to do Rinding of everv desciintian, and in uny stvle that niav be called for ou a short notice ior flic most reason able terms. We have also a largo strck of Rlank Rook pa pers from the best Mill, and will Rule and lhndull orders fur every description of lilank Ikxiks. Givcus acall. Rindery opposite State Rank, on Union Street,lip-slairs. tictll lm FRESH "RECEIPTS 3YinCH0ir& MACOCEr-" "VTEW PLOUK. 100 bags St Ixiuis Mills, exi.ressly ;1 for family use angT 'NICHOEA.PE.VCOCK. S'CVR CAXDLES. SuO boxes, half and quarter boxes Star Candles. augT NICHOE & PEACOCK. Q UGA31S. 20 bbls St Iiouis Crushed Sugar; kj .10 l ow acred jcg7 NICHOL 4 PEACOCK. JAVAND LAGUYllA COFFEE. 20 bags old Govcrnmat 'Java Coffee ; 30 bags Lagnvra Co'Jee; 1 60 bags Rio CoCcc.' NICHOL 4 PEACOCKJi oug7 - TW4i J3f .The undersigned. Agents for Ibis old and responsi ble otBce, is always prepared to issue policies upon apprqve'd risks oulavorable'ierms.' . ' - ' - GrRQEREES- . PSUKLfiS'4' CCACE', " ' 1 WHOLESALE UliOOEBS, Commission, and Forwarding , .Merchants, 'Cotton arid tobacco Factors? ? "s Crrur of GMfffe and ,CLarfh tiriiU, XasSvill. COFFEE 00 .bags Rio; 60 bags Havana; .fi."Vln .r. rii, Java. I I jGdVdo Lagqyara; &0- do Java. ' CIGAllS20,0O0lmp. lutata;. aS.OOO Americ ' 100,T)000 Cuba U's and Melee1 CTgars; imericanj CANDLES awooxesSperm and otar; .. 200 boxes Sieriue an Tallow;. nOTTON YARNS X la'of assorted Nos. Osm perioi quality at manufacturers prices; ,, , f FRUITS 1 00 bxs Uaisilia, assorted Sizes; 5o drums Figsr 50 frails Almonds; 20 bblsl'ecahs; ' ! FISU 50 lrreU ana na'.i oarreis aiacKerei; T5 Kiu Mackerel: 12 cases Sardines; ' FLOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati; " 75 do 'St. Louis' Harrison's;) '' "" ' GLASS WW boiel Wndow, all sizes; -... . 123 do Qt.Pt, and Jfl't. Flasks; k " 75 do Flint. Tomb era and Goblets; 60 do Sqnatt and Cap Jars; 00 Dcmijons, five aud three gallons; .'T IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted kizes)' ' ' ' LIQUORS 15 'cases London Porter quarts and pints; 10 casm Scotch Ale ' ", - " ' 75 barrels American Rnd French Rrandy; 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 Vinegar; I MOLASSES 150 bbls and bblsreboiled and S.' House; 75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup; ' KAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted Bizes: 150 do Wheeling, ' PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Kcklesj 10 cases Tomatoe Catsup; CTTr AT? 1irt 1,1. .1. T.rmT.iT'ina RiKror- 100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovermgs;) SPICES 10 bags Allspice: 15, do Pepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks fine and coase; 1S5 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt; SOAP 100 boxes bar: 50 do Fancy Soap;' SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; TOUACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;, 25 boxes Jennr Lind. superior article: SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive OiL Lead, Powder, Shot, balxratus, Soda,. Axes, Chains, l'amteu nuclei?, etc, ic. For sale low for cash by PERKINS 4 CLACK. J3f Liberal advances ou' consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool; 100.0QO lbs Raconand Lard; Dried Fruit, Feathers, Reeswax. Tallow and Ginsen?. For which we tviU pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries. mayu 1'fclth.l.NS ULAUK. OUGAR. -200 hhds Prime NewSugan IO 50 barrels Clarified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaibucar: 50 do Crushed do: 10 do Powdered do: Just received and lor sale by LDWARU3 4 UAUKUi. may 22 , MOLASSES, SYRUP lasses; 10 bbls Golden Syrup; ceired and for sale by may 22 , &C 150 bbls Prime Mo- 20 bbls Suagr House Molasses; 20 kegs Golden Svrup,-iustre- EU W.VKUS & ilAUIUS. ilOFJEE. 800 baw Green Rio Coffeer J 100 bags.Laguyra Coffee; 60 bags St Jago Cofee; 25 do Java do, just received aud for sale by mar 22 xuvi Alius iiAKitia. SALT, NAILS, Vc 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt; 50o bags Fiue and Coarse Salt; 600 kegs Nails and Brads, for sale by may23 EDWARDS & HARRIS. "MCARS.' 2t',0W Genuine Havana Cigars; yy ioufuuu imiiauon uo uu; l may2 lw tixixcs jieiee tjigars; lor.saieu; i i EDWARDS & CANDLES. 20 200 100 For sale by 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candles; ao Rperm 1 tio; - do.Siar - do; do Mould "" do; znav22 ' EDWARDS' Je "HARRIS. eTrtrrtvY-r.e . t BRLS No 1, 2 and 3 Mack- 50 cliests Tea;- Imperial, - tJJ erei: Ulaer and liunpowaer; '5") bbls Vinegar: lm) kits N6 1 and 2 Mackerel; 25 do Salmon; 100 bxs Scotch Herrings; 20 cases Sardines; 109 bxs M R Raisins; 20 do Layer do, 50 qr bxs do tio, 5 tierces Rice, 20 frails SS'Almonds, 15 bags SS do,' 25 sacks Pecans, 20 do Cream Nuts, 2 cans Prunes,' 5 do Citrons, 2 casks Currant, 5 hf bbls Cranberries, 10 cases Pie Fruits, 20 do Pickles. s do tthile wino'Viaegar; 100 boxes soap; 50 do Starch; 50 bbls Loaf Sugar; 20 do Crushed do 10 do Potv'd do, 8 tierces Dried ReefT l6o boxs Chewing Tobacco, assortea, 60 cask3 Curb. Soda, 10 bags Pepper, 1 bale Cloves, 1 do Cassia, 8 do Alspice. 0 eeroonslndigo, 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, Rent's nter Crackers, 20 cases Tonglison's Hit- Pepper Sauce, ters. Sugar Crackers, Soda do, Picnic do 25 cases Tomato' Cafsnp, 10 ao Lemon syrup, 200 reams Wrap Paper, 100,000 Corks, assorted, 50 bbls Water and Ratter Crackers, With a great variety of other articles, for sale by mav22 EDWARDS 4 HARRIS. "I ) RANDIES, WINES, Ac 20 qr casks fine Rran- XJ dies, 20 do Rrandy Cherries. 10 hf pipes do do 25 H do do do 5 casks old Madeira, 5,; do Sherry,' 50il lo '"Port; 50 S Malaga, 50 Raskets Champagne, Mumm's Flcur de Selley Anchor, Rouche, & other brands, 25 cases Cordials, 00 do Claret' Wines, 2u da Muskat do. - In store and fr sale br 2 puncheons Irish Whisky, z pqes pure nouanu uio, 1 hhd Jamaica Rum, 2 do St. Croix do. 100 Rbls Ohio Whisky, ' 50 do I) D Country do. 20 do Penn. Rye do. 100 do American Rrandy, ifl) casks iondon Porter, ' 100 bbls Walker's Ale, 50 do Wood's Pitts; do. -20 cases Newark Cider, r ' EDWARDS 4 HARRIS. ' GROCERIES, &c, Ac. . ( HHDS.N. O.Sugar; 20 bags Gov. Java.Coffee; 20 do Iig do; 50 barrels Jlolasses; 50 H do; 100- 1,'ackages of Mackerel in barrels half barrels, qturterandkits; lu Kits No.l Salmon; 20 boxes Scotch. Herrings; 100. Jo Sardines; 200" Cahmifefs Lobsiers; ' SO barrels Loaf Sugar; . 10 boxes D. R. do; 10 barrels Crushed do; ... , .10 do, ,1'owdered Sugar, 120 .do- Clarified do; , 00 boxes Stearine Candles 150((do; SUr; , do; 80, do SUrchi r 5daao &pv- " ,;I""U --5 casks extra cured dried Reef; 50 barrels Cider'Vinegarj" 200 kegs -Naif; lill sizes; - ' 1 60 boxes Chewing Tobaec, ' rfiir.rpnthriindr ' 120 boxes, bxs, 'and Jf bxsM. K. Raisins; 4 Tierces Rice: 8 Casks Zante Currents; 10 barrels S S'Alinonds; 5 do ' Pecan Nuts; "2 do 'Creafn Nnts; ' 2 ido Eng. Walnnts: "10 Caska S Car Soda, '20 bags Rlackl'epper; "S bairs Alsnicc: ' different-brands: 10 boxes best Smoking To bacco; 60 Chests and boxes Cfreetl and Rlack-Teaa ' ' . ' .:tj! 1 With numerous other "articles in thegrocerr-tine, rand for decs E. S. CHEATHAM 4 CCf. TTINE BRAk-DIES, WINES,- &c.;'&c. S HDfe pipes pure Uraiidy, different brands; un-Lnfitf 4 ao superior uo,oiu; Ctl' 5J4 do stqierior do eld: . 4 60 baskets Champague, different brands; M ; 5 quarter casks, Madeira. Wine, old and fine; , . SO do ,do ,1 ' do; . ,. ". , , 4 do Sherry do, line; . ,, 6 do fine Port 20 do good do 10 bbls Pure S M Wine; do; .., , ...... -2 pipes Holland liin;i 2 casks Jamaica Rum: 10 boxes, assorted Cordials; 1 25 . do Claret Wines; , 6 do CuraeoaAbsynlheMaraschma; 10ff,00t Iihjibrted Havana Cigars; ".' ' ! ' 50,000 Domestic Cigars; for s.i!e by, ' ' J decS- L. M. CHEATHAM & CO, TpvOMESTIC LKiUORS 500 bbls recfd .Whiskyr I I 1, ,,11.1.1. 11 ii:.i,n,jwi.iA. . '- i'f' - ' 1, , , J . 11.,, u 1,1 ,, u.s&t, suueiiui, . 10 do 6ld Rye AVhisky, Pure; , " ' . ' 50 do N.Y. Pale Rrandy; ' " '- 10 do -N-E. Ruin; 20 do S.M. Wine; , for sala'br.'' E. S. CHEATHAM deca 4 "COL;' QUGARS. 150 hhdspriuio New Orleans Sugar old tj 1 process; 150 bbls refilled sugar Richland Jtefiuiug;- '25 do S. R. ixniJ Sugar; ' 'i. . 20. boxes D.R, .Rrtoklin LourSuar; , 20 bbls Crushed do do do; 20 do Powdered do- '.Idoii ti&-J ;.' Just received aud for SaleloWorcash-fcy apl E S CHEATHAM A CO.l T?LOUR ! PLOURT: We have in storb I .00 bbls JL riour, iresii grouna ana warranted 1 mod. Also. '.'00 bbls St Louis Mills, 7fKl bbl Ligan Milfj, jou uq iiasou s iicu iiiver, hoo ao urenaou S. AH choice brands, which wu offer to the' trade at low rates. janS E S CHEIlTn.VM'4 Co. LASSWAltE. 20o boxes Qurt, Pint, aud Half Pint VJ .1'iasiiS. . , SO Ixtxes quart bottles;, 50 boxes ass'd tumblers; CO boxes jars gallon, half gallon and quart; 2 casks hue decanters. IVrala by, dec5 S. CHEATHAM 4 Co. StlNDRIES.-HV kegs Nails, assorted sizes; 50 boxes Laughorn 4 Arinstead's Tobacco, very su perior; 20 barrels Tarr 15 doz boxes Islington Mustard;' ' ' 2000 lbs Racon, suitable for- family usef3 25 gross of box Matches;' A few barrels of that same old Whisky. Also, a few hbds of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment of Groceries, at wholesale or retail, ut No: 23, College street, opposite Sewaliee Hohse. mavll R. F. REEL. CRTJTCHFIELT) HORSE, FORMERLY GRLTFIHH0USE, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. rpiIIS well known Hotel situated wlihin it few steps Gntntiacquiredaveryhigh repnUtion as a first class hotel. 1 he present proprietor having secured the services of Col. Gnuin s barkeeper, and liavingpurchasedhis most excellent cook aTid house boy, and liaviugfuruLshed the house entirely anew Jiojies to retain its high reputation anil ineritpublie patronage. I asscngerscan be accommodated with an omni bus to and from the boats. THOS. CRUTCHFIELD Ieb21rrlr .. . Prnprietor! ai.8iYnUlIWJ,bU "Oolden SyrLp 100 half bbls extra Golden Syrup. For sale by geptat , W. IL G0RDQy ,4 co. WRAPPING PAPKR 1U0 bundles Crowtijj dium and Double Crowu Wrapping Patxir. lor sole bv , ,.W.U.CiQRD0N4C0. ' tBUSINESg OMtB'S: 9, A. SAWTKU, p. U WALLACE, E. UOWAEa SAWYER, WALLACE & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS l.NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK. IT. HOWARD, sepllG Xeio Orleans. .j. xo , S..E, ST'CAMtY, . , Commission and Fonvnrding Merchant, OKA Tl'AXOOA, TEXX. KsnaiTb'' " '' y - ' " D. PlABL,' Vn .f 1 fru .t- Tf 1HEM. Laxich A RcuTnrES, I Nashville, Tenn. Ewix Urothhes. -sVt S-'WinrxA-v, augl45citv.'w 1 THO. 1L. ECIOHT. JAMES It. BlUCUT ;,i .wi.! J 31. & J. R. HEIGHT, "! ATTORNEYS AT fayfUerlUt,. Ttnnetttt. WILL practice in the several Courts of Lincoln and the adjoining Counties, aud in the Supreme Court at Nashrille... scpt29 6mtw. WILLIAM T. QSS.. , , JAUCS U, DAVIDSON . J 'i,Ross'&i.iviDs6.v, FAYETTE'II,LE, TENN.. Will practice Lawjn Lincoln and the adjoining counties. oct5 Cm mxitr uAKr, jo. . s. .v. uoLLrxuswoimL . HART 4t HOLLlNGSWORTHi 'Wholesale Grocers, Commission, Receiving and For- wazuing iuercnants, No. 49 North side Public Square, oct4 Nashville, Tew. - ,RENJ. 1 SHIELDS & CO., COMKISSIONSlEECHANTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS, ,,j!t .. , NEW ORLEANS, Having peimanently located in this City,, soh'cit consign ments' of Cotton, Tobacco, 4c Receiving and Forwarding with, the filling of Orders dromplbj attended to. oct 11 Cm. K. A. JIOHNE, S.S. WILLIAUS, jxo. a. risnzR. . JOHNSON, IIORNE & CO., "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, and Storers of Cotton and Tobacco. "tier of Mar Let and Jiroad Sis XathielU. Ttitn. july E, 1853. CE3IENT. 200 barrels Louisville Hydraulic Cement, just received rnd for sale bv sept 23 . , n jpHNSON. UORNE ACQ... , EAGGING AND ROPE 20U pieces heavy is inch Ragging. . 100 pieces heavy 41 inch. Ragging; 850 coils Rope in store and for sale by oclS JOHNSON, HORNE 4 CO. CIGARS. 5O0,00ORegalia Cigarsr . 25,000 Principee . do. Direct importations. For sale low, to close, br JOHNSON, HORNE 4 CO, octS n Rroadway. A. LAMtE. - - ' .B Lxxtzz.- . LANIER & BROTHER, Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Ibricarding Merchants, And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, sept4 Market street, Nuslnilj PICKETT, MACKURD0 & CO., BANKERS nnd COMMISSION MERCHANTS, XEW OKLEAXS. WM. S. PICKETT I late of tlie firm of PICKETT, PER KINS 4 CO.) and J. It MACMURDO, Ranker, hav Ing associated themselves, in business, will conduct a Ranking and General Commission Business, in this City, uuder firm of Picxitt. Macxuudo 4 Co. Particular attention paid to the rale ot Cotton, and to the , ..ft'.. , . . 1 ( . , 1 . 1 1 . : ouifjujcui ui cmpuuea suu jiervuanuise generally. u.iti y2I JtHIIll "THU2IA3, r W. P. wniTTUORNK1 1 TII0.1fH4 WIIITTnOUNE, Attorneys 11 ftiiv, , COLUMBIA TEJf.YESSF.E, "1L7 Will -practice- their profession In th eoanttet of Maury. Marshall, Uiles, Lawrence, Lewis, ard Hickman, dec 9. tf. JOHN SULLH'AN A- SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS For tho Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and Western Produce Generally, Baltimore, JId. RsrcEEKCts. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq. Messrs. Johnson 4 Home, Nashville, Tenn. june. 6nv W. H. CORDON, C B. SBTAX. VI. H. GORDON & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. For the sale of Merchandise, generally, jan 1 NASHVILLE, uss. A. F. DAVIE, ATT.ORNEY AT LAW. JtCESOK, TEXX. Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, sd will give prompt attention to collecting and sny other business In his profession. feb It Q. IIACCEXQUE, JT. 2..ALLOWAT, J. BAXEHEAD. MACGREG0R, ALL0WAY & CO., i C03IMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St.Ciubles Sibect, rthird Store above St Charles Hotel,) ieii t r lenii. K7"N. E. ALLOWAY 4 CO. Nashville- Tenn am at . 5 xenu., are l all times prepared to make Uberal cash advances prf ship ....ainjra " m..t.v..u ment3tou3- fseI'16 L. H. SIMPSON 4 SONS mr-o areas or Wines, Rrandies, Cigars, Chnmpaignes, ic", XO. 10, BEA VEB STEEET, XEll' YORE: And Rex la Rastide. Roedeacx. may 16 ly. " AYERRS & RAWI.INGS, GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER CHANTS. Main street, one door Xorthof Union, ACemphis, Tennessee. Mavij on nana a iuu supply oi uroceries, iwggmg, 'Rope, Racon, Mess Port,' drd, Candles, FlourfAc! wnichthiv will-furnish to their customers on tho usua AVL on hand a full supply of Gncertes, Ragging, terms. "All, Cottons Shipped to them by waler will be covered by an . bpeu Policy unless, Written hcross'the face of the Rill of Liidinj;, at'the' time of shipping, no Insurance. Z3f 'We' are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton in store. " iai ' - r.Tt-'.i ' i . WEllIl, JIAWIJNGS t- CO., COTTON FACTORS? AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 'lil i'$s fkronddet &trtel,Xfi Orleans. Any ot our friends who wish facilities on Cotton to be ship? ped to our house, in New Orleans can call on us at Memphis!. or aaaress us at uneans. jtny.'a lim. : 'Kafle 4 Eiiij, Mliig", Merapliis; Union, Nashville; I W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six mouths, and scud in bill.- j tfe'mpli Appeal. "R.T.-RELL. 'If Wholesale, and Retail Grocer. Dealer in Foreign, and Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and fo-nroissian Merchant,' ' ' ' Opposite Sewanee Rouse, College st, No 3. ' tcb2 4 - " ' IICRRMAN-Jf. SARONI, Professor of Vocal Music," Instrumental Music" ana , , , Composition. Teems. One Dqlldr a Lesion, payable quarterly. Letlers addressed as above, Tvill meet with prompt attention. . lfeb'2--,ly; i u.C,CAKuru, , vvii. TEimr. , j.c.dkw CARlJ,TJIITEItRV& IEV. ' .j DEALERS aN :HARDWARE, AND CUTLERY. VA, XUrltt St: and 'p, Merchant St., Ehtltdelphia ' ' fairi. ly JtH. ERASER, ' , COMMISSION MERCHANT, KO. 13' CAUOSDELET STP.rKT,' ' , . , , New Orleans. ' ' REFER TO: , Gov..A. L..Y. Drown, Nashville, Tenn.-, CoL T.. II. McNeill i county, Mi-ss.; Myrtle, MnoVe4 Co., Helena; Ark:, Ci'ttUioIna'i S. XilCidley, Jackson, Miss ; Martin, Rhea A Co., Pulaski, T. . T . . Il l I' ... . ll , . ". oct!) ly. ' ' L: .NEW GUOCURY STORE. DANIEL IV. lit'SSKIL, D. X. UO.VO, Frankliu Teun. Rethesda, Tenn. RUSSELL & BOND, Orocors and Commission Merchants, '" Xo. Hi, Bro-idicay. Xaslicitle, Tenn. i CSTnte hiebest market price paid. for Feathers, Dees ,wax, Lard, llaeon. Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac, 4c. rpUE BEST ANU CHEAPEST STOVES' IN I the world, or the Wrought Iron Cooking Stoves made of the best Tennessee Iron, by SNOW, MACKENZIE 4 CO j NashviIe is ipj conspicuous letters ,oni tlie Apron of the Stoves i . It is.desigtialed "rnB TE.7tcssE.tx," and we offer Ibe M lowini' L-ood and sufficient reasons why it should be in eve ry family, in the South : 4 1st It is of Southern nunifacture, being made by the subscribers in the city .of Nashville. i 2d. It is of such durable materials that it must out-last ' three or four cast iron cooking nlovcs. 3d. It is more, complete iu iu cooking apparatus than uny j cast iron cooking stove. j 4th. It is so simple iu its constructicn that a child can j use it; " - ftb: lis economy or fuel is such, that it does not use half i as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same sire- 1 Clh. In the economy of time it is important, as it can be 1 heated ready for cooking in a few minute. 7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove is ! equally healed at tho same lime. btn. its perfect reiiaDiuiy, as we nave put up over lour . hundrel of them iu this State, and no one has ever failed to give entire satisfaction. j ' The Teuiiesscah' has now been before the public furtive years, and if uotaineiVas some it has another advantage ! .quite as gie.l, viz . . ircneaiueu repuianou iiuu a rising credit It has been doing the ork of many hundreds' of i families for several vcars.and il may be said to havecstab- I lishcd itaclf in business. Competition and cbanee hare ! done it no hurt. Like an old anu well known tradintr bouse i that retains its regular custom, while new ones are spring ing np 'around it, so this stove has held on its way. No stove couiu tuus steaauy ana perruanenuy prosper, vital i hMnotsterlingqiuIitiesi-thctrueelementofsuccess. The ! Tennesseau started on rirfit principles, aud has had uo oe- I .casion to stop lortmprovemenis. i note wno nave usca it are ueiermineu snuiouseii, wnuuu uiuuiiiciiiuii urcuange. It is brought forward aS the same substantial, convenient, business-like stove that has served the public so well here tofore, and that Las done its full share m gaininc; for onr establishment tbe reputation it enjoys, of keeping the best cooking stores in tbe market. - ......... ,vrr",rn ri i. ... novi a.uvt, aiAurkcjic. avu., nasnvuie. T7LOUR. 80 barrels extra St LofUs Flourjust received 1 bv oetfi JOHNSON. HORVK A- M DR. SOGERS' LTVKRWOBTH AND TAR! FOR THE .COMPLETE CORE OF Coughs, QAdt, Iajlttava, Attlima, Erpnfhiiis, spilling of Blood, and all other Lung Complaints tending tq 5 CONSUMPTION. THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY! KEADERI have you a Cough, which you are neglecting, under the idea tliat ii is only a common cold, that it will soon "wear itself out" Let a friend tell you, in all kind neswhat will soon be the probable result In a short time, ii you continue to neglect yourself, you will begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression across the chest accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains. Then a drv, backmg Cough will set in, and when yon raise anything it will be a thick and yellowish, or white frothy matter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If you sttll take no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you will soon have Hectic" Fever, Cold Chills, Night Sweats .Copious- Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you still neglect yourself, a few weeks or months wiU see you. consign ed to the grave, leaving your friends to mourn cow rapidly CONSUMPTION did its work, and hurried you away Friend I have you no cause to oe alarmed f In the above sketch yon may sec as in a glass, bow every case of Con sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this great Destroyer has gathered, to the tomb, every single case began with a Cold! If this bad been attended to, alt might have been well bur, beingneglected,nnderthe fatal delusion that it would " wear itelf," it transferred its deadly action to the substance of tho Lungs, exciting there the formation of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the llame, until these tubercles began to soften and suppurate eaving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lungs. At his cnsiSj 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 the disease, or check its progress, and will always make tlie ratient more comforta ile. and crolom? his life, and is therefore worthy of a trial; but in its incipient or forming periods, Consumption is as curable as anyotner disease, and "Dr. Rogers Syrup of Liverworth, Tar, and Canchalagua," iftaken at this.time, wijl cure it 3T AS SURELY AS IT IS TAKEN This is strong langnage, but Te can refer you to numberless living witnesses to prove mat it is lltuu And therefore, we camestlr 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 whenever you take Cold, do not "let it alone" to work mischief inyour system, but eradi cate 11 thorougmy, at once, by tuis power, luliy Dealing com pound aud leave your Luugs uninjured, to carry you in full vigor to a good old age I MOTHERS! Hare youjlelicata, weakly children, who are always taking cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! There never was case' of Croup, which did not Originate in a Cold! And when your child goes to bed wheezing and coughing", yon know not that, before morning. Croup may Dot set in, and ere yon can get a PhvBieian, your dear child maybe beyond the reach of lielp. We- beseech you therefore, as you value me lives 01 yourcnuuren. Keep mis, medicine by you in uie house, and when your little ones take cold aud commence coughing, give it to them at once, and rest not until the cnugh is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, after the .., -j r .t .i;..L... . 1 p . uiusi eAieuueu experience, tuai 11 ima auYlce were loiiowea no child need ever DD3 OF CROUP. for the cold wonld be cured, before it could arrive at this ag gravated and fatal ttige. Let every Mother, especially, beed well these remarks, tliat she may not hereafter, when mourn inir 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 forwumed, is to be forearmed." Patents! soletitbeinyourca.se. Re sure ta ask for Dr. A.Rogers' Syrup of LIVERWORT, 1 Alt ana uilALAU OA, and let uo oilier be palmed on you. SCO V1L J1ISAD, 111 Charires Street. New Or'eans. Wholesale General Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders aud applications foragencies must be addressed. Aisosoidby UbKltr, julyl. r Agents. ' Atlakta, July 15,. 1853. H. B. SCOVELL ' Druggist and Apothecary, Xorlh tUlt of.tlt T.ulik Square, 3 doors. Wat of tht , . . XuirilU Inn. . , , VioIciale and Retail Dealer in; ; Paints," ' " lfacsna, ' Pemtvebt, Powdse, Oils, Dric Sierra, Faxct Articles, Shot, Yakxishes, Class; Glassware, Lead, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, TJTEllO ABDOmXALSUPPOllTERSand TKUSSBS WASHITA OIL STONES, ..... .Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, ic. XasfaUle, March 11, 1S53. AFFLICTED BEAD PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15 years ago by DR.KINKELIN. Theoldest, surest and best hand to cure all lurms ot secret diseases of the skin, and solititryhabibtof youtlisDR. KINKELIN, N. W. corner of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, one arid a half squares from the Exchange, Philadelphia. Take Particular Notice. i here is a habit which boys teach each other at the academyor college a habit in dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growingup with the boy to manhoud, and which, if, not abandoned in due time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap piness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious and devastating affections. Few of those who indulge in this pernicious practice are aware cf the consequences, until they find the nervous system is sliatlered, feel strange and unac countable feelings, vague fears in the mind. The individual becomes fteble, he is unable to labor with accustomed Vig or; or to apply his mind to study; his step is tardy and weak, he is dull and irresolute, thj countenance is downcast, ihe eves without natural lustre, shamefacedness is apparent litest are symptoms which should uwaten the attention of those similarly affltcttd. ' If the victim be conscious of tha cause of his decay, and having relinquished the odious practice, -hV .suffers under 1 1. : . ... . . . . .. . . .- . I ..injutui" i.icu.a. nuu r"ija.uii urusirauou. ii ue pmnrtinote himself hernrt the nrurlfeft ha ilnn t. ta virt I ""1"" ".s. 'fun and enter matrimony, his marriage is 1 sensestellh.nl that thU is caused by hi emancipate himelf before the practice has done Its worst a uuiniuiui, aiiu uia iis early follies. Too many think thev will hue the secret to their own hearts, and cure themselves. " Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and how many a promisingyouth, who might have been an ornament to society, has faded from the earl hi Young Men ! Let no false modesty deter you from making your case known to oue who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend you. He who places himself under DR. KINKF-LIVS treatment, may religiously confide his honor as a reutlenian", and in whose boom will be fur ever locked the'secret of thejiatient Country InvnUds. rinding it inconvenient to make personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to :A ., , , : T . t It l,A ,t sy.T leerpost-paiL have ' torwarde. to them a cbest. contaimng I)r. L.'s medicines, anDTODriafe'd accordinirlr. ahd be cured at liome. Strictures of llieureiha, weakness and cchstilutional de bility, promptly cured, aftf full vigor'restotcd, AU letters out jnd. ' A remittance tif Scents in a letter, post paid, ad dressed to Dr. Kinkelini'PliUadelphla, "vill secure his book on the Secret Infirmitjes of Youth, ' scptl-wly 77 "MAN KNOW THYSELF" ' An Invaluable' Ifook for 25 cents. "Every Family should J.are a Copy." rpWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold in less gfsTn JL tlian 3 months. . A. new edition, revised anu lmnrorea. last issued. ' Dr.' HUNTUR'S MEDICAL 'MANUAL it "till i AND H.:;DiI00hor the AFFLICTED containing an j cutl'meof the origin, progress,, treatment and cure pf every ( form 6f disease, contracted Df prbniiscu'ous sexual Inter : their prevention wptten in a, familiar style, avoiiting- al j medical technicaliiia iula everj thin lb it would offend tlie ' arot decency, froirrtlie result ot some twenty years success ful practice, exclusively devoted to Jhe cure pf diseases of a delicate or private nature. " ' - ' To which is added receipts "ibr tho euTe of' the above dis eases, aud a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. TkSTiaoxY op toe Pnor. or Oestetimcs rx Vexs. Col lece, PiiiLAUELPniA. D1U HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN UA L. The author Of this work unlike the majority of liiose works wliiiadverliseto cure thediscases of which it treats, is a irraduate of one of the best Colleges In the United Shites It atlbtds me' pleasure to recommend him la the , ..nr.,..-,,.n v.w .. i, f. rM .t if ... . :r..t hud'expcrienccdpractilioner, .in whose honor and integrity they may.placc tbe greatest confidence. JOSEPH LONGSHORE, ii. D. Feom A. Woohwakd; M. IL.cfPexx. UsivEEsrrr, PniL- ADELriiiA. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to thcprofoisional ability of"i!.e Auther of the "Medical Man ual. Nuhieruis' cases of Disei"e3 of tie Genital Organs. tonVe.6rthem of lon stlnding,-have come under Tfly no tice, in which his (kill has been manifet in restoririg"topefi i fectheallh, in soirie. instances where the patient has been I coniidcrdd Jbeyqnd mcdiciilaid. Iu lhetreatmentof Semi- , nal Weaknes.. or dis.umfjrtment of the functionviro4uccil by- selfabusq or excess of venery, Ido not know his supe- r uu. ill iuu uiuitasiuu. i . 1:1 v im.il hi, imnun wild uia i Authortlime thirty years, and deem it nil more than justice to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim of eaily indiscretion, tu.reeommond Jiiiu as-one, in whose pro fesAioual skill and integrity, tliey niay safely confide them telvcs. .AI.F. WOODWARD, Jl. D., , "'Ihiai, wilhoat exception, the most CQtnprtbeusive and iuUlliyiUeJvork-puUlishtiJja .the- class.of dueases.u hich i( (reals, , Avoidingal) tt-chnical. Jerins, i addresses jtself iV.thelreasoiiciUreaders.,' His free Tiom all objecliOna ble mailer, and no parent, however fastidious, e " to placing it in the lundsof his soils. The author has de voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints treated of- aud -with ft rittlerbreath"topufr,'' ami' 'Uiolit tle presumption to impose,' he ha-: olTered to- the '-world it tbe merely ngriiinal price of 23 cents, the friiils of Some twenly years. mDStsuuuessful Tjcixt'f-Kerald.i "NoleaclerorpirenltsliouldlM! without the knovtledge immrti..d in this iniHln.tKL. r.v.,1- It ,v.u,l,! ..r pain, mortilicaiion and sorrow to the youth under their ! charge." Eti-pU't Adroeate. A Presbytenaacleijri-iiiaii in. Ohio, in writing of "Hun ter's Medical Manual,': sii "Tiiounds upi.n Ihotisaruls ofouryouth,,by evil example and inilueuceof tho passions, have heed fed mlo the liiibit i f lfpo!!uticu wilh.ut realiz ing the sin and' fearful consequences lipou themselves and posterity. The consfiluiiuiis of thousauds w ho are raising families have been enfeebled, ir not bnikeu down, and they do cot know fhe csuse or the cure. Anything that can be done so-to enlighten nndlnurtahcc dlie public-mind asfo check, and ultimately to remove 1his wide Spread soureo of human 'wretch edoes., would confer the greatest blesing next to the religion- or Jesus Christ oa the present and coming genemtifni". Iutempenliice (or the nse of intoxi cating drinks,) tnoogh it has Slain thousand npon thous ands, is not a greater scourge to the human race. Accept mythatils'on' be'half or ihfc aiBicted, and, vour co-worker in the good werk voir are so actively ehgnged in.f One copy, (eecurtlj! pirteloped,) ivgiefbtwardedi free of postage, to any part of Ihe, United Stitesi tor cents, or; 6 copies or$l. Address (postpaid,) . . , , C0SDEN 4 CO , , Publishers. DoxiaC. Philsda. Rooksellers, Canvassers and Rook Agents supplied on ,, iii,i ... -""""'beral terms. septet ly rsireTiriT ""P PArrrff. "YTTHO does not know thit Ltos3 4 Cfl., keep always pn i- iiU 1 THAI A r.N XAui". t banc d the finest Clirars and Tdbncco to bo had in town. AU we can say to those who are ignorant of this, is to request them to call and examine -ourstock, and they will soon be convinced that such is the cae. Don't forget the ions (Lyons) Den, No. l!j Cedar sti eet Tobaccos. We are just in receipt xfa large iotof smoking and jcbewing Tobaccos, consisting pf some of the finest brands, fine cat and in plug, . For sale either, whole, sale or retail by ,, . . LYONS 4. CO., . july.18, , r, ,. ,. . !Ne,19r"CedarSt I .. u i - HitR D WARE. a, & i - m S Ui a r2 - 1 r 3 s 2, e -S to .r. a a ... " 2 I m a a c btt i o 3 a ta SsMLs'isS g o HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. FALL & CUNNING H" A M , No. 47, College St. XASlimXE, TEXX. ARE now receiving their Fail supply of Hardware and Cutlery direct from the manufacturers in 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 ol Blacksmith s and Carpenter's Tools, Cut lery, Guns, and all articles in their line. They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Reeswax at the very highest market price in exchange for Hardware, or in payment of debts. auglS Nashville Carriage Manufactory CAltRIAGF.SH CAltlil AGES! 1 1 THE iubscribertakes thUinethod of h-etnrnln r Mi most the patronage he has already leeelved, and woold ray to them, that ha no has en hand the Lingcst and ISc'kt assortment of WOKK cereflered in this market; from tho ueniiituiii.xx suljvy tome nnest CAKKIOLA CAK RIAGK, all of my own Manufacture. Persons from a distance can rest assured of alway Sndtag something that will sclt their taste, "If in the shape of a Carriage." I hveVl,et A orkmeii Co do my AVork. Call anu kCtTuiy assortment. N. B. I am prepared to build Wort to order aabort no tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will ell or repair at as low a price as any rood builder. FKKD. SLOAN, Jy. 14. LowerMarkelStreet, U) 'illlil'Cltl.lC. T11K suOscriber A bepi leave to state that ho still carry on QSSS tbe COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS. PK?TT"' at his old stand onNorth Market st.twodoors below H. dt B. Douglass, dc Co. Keeps constantly on band a !ar;e and well assorted stock from a light Baggy to a Car- riola. Thankrul for put favors, he most respectfully solicit, a coallnnation, hoping by cheapness, durability andgood work manshlpto merit your patrouage. Jang ly. GEO. L. SL0A5. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB LISHMENT, X. 11, Oiiir Street, jic doors from the PuUie Rpvare, WHERE may be louud a choice and well selected s2J stock of Cloihs, Casimeres and Yestings all jH of which will be made up to order in the most Fash- 'f -f ionable Stvle and at as sliort notice as can be done in any city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times. Ready Mnde Clothing. Coats, Pant, and Yestsof all kinds. A fine assortment of Meu'ti "Furnishing Coods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stock,. Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk and linen. Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac, 37Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine, fmr 5 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent, AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Jjg3155k THIS establishment isnow prepared in manufietiir nlll kinds of Wai-i-on. r . i . .,-.3-1t- .,. ,. , . . .. . , . . ff ri g ,mPI,menU Used "F-l mis coun try. The prices for such things will not be more than is paid for them brought fromothcr places. We are ready to re- csive orders for Wheel Harrows and Carts, and other uten- sils for making roads. lue jianuiaciunngoi n aggons is unuer me cupennten- dence of Wilson Mullen. who;e work is well known here. We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters and Merch antsin the surrounding counties for our work. One or two good Wagon Makers wanted immediately Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen. GEO. C. ALLEN. jnnelS Lower Market Street NEW ARRIVALS. A. D. 3c C. "W. RORERTSON, DEALERS IK BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND TRUNKS, XO. 45, COLLEGE STEEET, XASIlYlLLi. ft TYTE would caU the attention ofMEaanyrstoour U7,nle- sile Detriment in the second story where1 they will , find a very large and complete stoc1: of ROOTS. SlIOES I AND HATS, which we have direct from the hands of East- ; ern Manvfactnrers; and offer very- low by ths package cr . loxen, for Cash, or on accommodating terms to time dealers. i5y" In the iletail hepariuient we have a fashionable and complete assortment or Ladies and Gentlemen, Misses, L'oys Children and Servant, (the variety is too large to specify in an advertisement.) We solicit the attention of purchasers, feeling confident that aUwill be suited in quality and prices. A. R. 4 C W. KORERTSON. Iron Frame Sole Leather Travelling Trunks, of best quality a constant supply. A. R. A C- W. R. ' Nashville, August to, 1353. DACTKARRAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH MENT. jy OUX XS 4 YEAROUT, Nashville, Tennessee, Colleg Doev-s 4 Hall, Louisville, K"y. Dobvks 4 Richardson, Morssewet New York. Uobvxs A SrACLBixo; bt Imis, Mo. Dodtx3 4 Yeaboct, Memphis, Term. Dobtxs 4 Hakei.n-gto.'v, New Orleans. At any of the above establishments, you can procure a. fine Pictures as can be bad in any city, of any desired style or finish, as we have every improvement, and expect to keep up with any and all improvements. We are tireoarcd ' in either city to furnish artists with every article used in the art. our arrangements are such, we can tumish stock the most reasonable terms. DORYNS 4 CO. art Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock ou the moat reasonable terms. DOIiVN'S I'll N. R. Pictures taken In any kind of weather, and ofde ceased persons at all times. augl7 tf D.4C0. IN Store and for sateCteap for Cash : 150 bbls Cin. Whisky: lmj kegs Nail., assorted; io6 bbls Flour, 'various b'nds; SO bags'Coflee; ba js fine Salt; 25 bbls Loar, Crnlied and CO bbls Molasses; Powdered Sugar; 25 bxs Tobacco; various 10,000 Regalia Cigars; ' brands; 3 cases Jeukin's Teas; 10 doz Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls Mason's Rlatking; 2lU "nns Wapping Paper; reels Packing Yarn. -50 Iblsd-Hot Rread; 5 libls Roston Crackart;- 10 bbls R. 4 W. Crackers; 4 bbls Suar 4 Piene do Together with Pepper, Allspice, Ginger,. Indigo. Mad der, Spun Cottori, Shot, Lead. Powder. Mustard, Catsup, Cotton, Hemp, Red Cords, and Plough Lines. oct4 tC MORE NEW MAN0ES. vA7E h!-Te received by recent arrivals nine 'ft niore ofthoseunrivalled Pasos, made byJ.R. Dunham and Adam Stodart 4 Co- of If & various styles and sizes, which will be sold very low lor cash or good notes drawing interest, uid warranted to give satisfaction in every respect ap9 W. A T. H. GREENFIELD 4 CO. CnANCERVSALE IN PURSUANCE OF an order, made in the cause of II. F. Ceutmunt ad ministrator, vs. James Irwin, et ahw, at tbe October Tctm 1S.53, of Ihe Chancery Court at Clarksville, I will sell to the highest bidder at the Court House, in Nashville, on Satur day, the 26th day of November next, all of the Real Estale in theplfadings mentioned, which consists of sundry very eli- S'ble building and business Lots on Market street and the urfreesborough Pike, In South Nashville, a plat of which wiu ue eAiiiu.ieu iu me uayoisaie. The above property will te shown by Mr. James Irwin to any person who desires to examine it , Terms of Sale 6, 12, 1 and 24 months credit, notes payable at the Planters' Rank atl Nashville, with nrinmvt.il security and a lieu retained until the purchase money shall be paid. THOS. J. M UNFOR'D, oct2f td Clerk and Master. CUMBERLAND COAL. Tlie undersigued-has at his yard, on College street, oposife Capt Home's .Paint Shop, A fine lot of Ihe best Cumberland Coal, which 'will be sold al the market prices. The public we invited to call and try this coal. JAMES HUGHES. ZST Having Wagons and Teams, I am at all times pre pared to furnish my old customers and friends with Sand and GraveL or to do any hauling that may be required. Nashville, October 20, 1S53 J. H. Produce Wanted. WE pa tho highest price in Cash or Groceries for all kinds of Produce. aug2i MORRIS 4 STRATTON. i a, PS s 3 A 2 m3S 4 A 1 TRAlSTSPOlTATrOlC RATES REDUCED- THE Nashville and Chattaaooco iulroaq JjT Company,- and the1 Tennessee River M. M. S nnA TVr.Tv,rtnt?nn (tmnanv. IniVB sdoohxl the.1 following rate of Transportation on Freight between Nash ville, Tenn, and the various landings on the Tennessee River. . FROM NASH VI LXH TO 7v a5 FMs-rtTLAss-Boouhoei.l Hati,Bonucts, Vrj Goods! gicerally, Clgarslu boxes orces,'lln Vre,Clock, Wooden W&xa, Light and) Hallow Ware, Ctin, Wool, Feathers, GlarE u , uu la ,i ran j-cs aa u L m ons, Hone CIUn,Stove and Stove Ware, Teas, Drugs la It ess and boxe, oauaierj Canutes, liu fcctloDsriej, Ac per 100 pounds..... Skcoxo Clasa Sa'ar. Coffee, j ilolzsses. TCsils. .TO ..Tb .....0 S0 ....5 Tin Plate. Bar and Pis Lead, Fish In barrelsJ kegs. Kits, cVc, w ludow Glair, Cottnn Yarn, llo mesilcs, HerapandRajs In bmlej, Tobacco In box. es.Rlce, Hides, Bale Hope! Ilsr.l. ware. GliuiudOnni.i ware In crates and bai. Lead and PaluU In kegs, cinvvr ,eeu. UDerse,! Clndlck? Snap, Batter,! Beeswax, Oils, Brandies, Wines and other liquors,! v arnua, i urpenuiw, ine per IU1 lbs .60 ...eoi .C0 ...73 Thus Clafs Baeon, Lard and Pork In tierces or banel,. Bar 1 on heavy Castings, RrinJ Stones and undressed Garble peril lbs. Plr M.taliperlUllb ,...5S .53' ....6 SI 90 1 39j ....351 l Wl W hlikj.peblof 4l;al. 81 SOl 31 50' 10 1 u Mil, pro9i.. .......... Flour, per bbl, and Salt 1 OOf 1 001 1 CO saec Porter Ale, and Domes .631 83(....f5 1 00 tie liquors, per bbl of 40t i :o 170 S 101 2 15 2 10 3 15 Lard. Linseed, or other uiisot lennessecMana factare,perbbl of 40 gal. JPowder, securaiy pack ed In casks nrhogiheaJa, per 100 poundi. Carbojs, Mlacral Aclda 1T 1 TO 1 T0 1 30 1 30 1 1 50i 1 Q (at Com nam's conven ience.) earn Piano Fortes, boxed... SOU 2 S0 2 50 3 TO 13 Ul 10 CW 10 CO) 10 001 it to Cotton Gins boxed, and Portable Barrow's or Queen of theSou.h.MU.s, eaen Plows (asurte.l,) and 8 50) 8 50 8 50 U 50 1 11 CO uuiutaiors, eacn. SO( 50) 501 S3 REGUL-kTIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS. 1 variably charged as loo IbsL, First Class Rates. ciogie i acAagea n eignHig less uuin luuios., wiu oe la- All articles of unusual size or wetcht, charged in Propor tion to the troubCeand expense of handling and space occu pied. Goods in Packages not secure or insufficient lor the pro tcction of contents, will be transported only at owner's risk. All claims for damages most be collected of the party de livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods must be made withiu Go days from date of shipment or they will not be allowed. Tlie above Companies will not be responsible for Leakage of Oils, Liauors, or other Liquids, orfor ibe Breakage of Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unles they be securely Packed in Wooden Cases with their tops exposed. The following Articles will only be Transported at "Own er's Risk," as to Rreaksge; Chathig, Frost, Hedt, Storms, Accidents, or Unavoidable DeLiis, viz Molasses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware. Green Fruits, Tomb Stones, Rsgs of Shot, loo-, Demijoms Fur niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods. Fresh Fish, Poultry, Livestock of every description. Roxes, f . gars not Cased. Carboys. Aetiis, Looking OlaMes. Musical Iobirauients, Hxis aud Stationary. Glazed Saab, Trees and Shrubbery, Stoves and Stoi e Castings, Light and Hallow Castings. On Freight destined for CbatUuooga or Decatur, and all intermediate points, no extra charge n ill be made during the low water season, exretit that all articles carried at leas than Third Class luile, will llieu be charged at Third Class, but detentions arising from low water are entirely at the risk of the owner. On Freight to- KnoxviRe, and all Intermedi-de points to Chattanooga, Twenty-five (ii) cenlsfor lv lbs may be added during low water, but in no ea-eia there any respiaiubil'.tr assumed for the detention ot C.oods daring or on account of low water. Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Ajent, N. 4 C. R. R. C Nashville, will be received on the wbarC a!I charaes I P" paid, and sent forward tvilhout extra charge for Drajage ve I Commission. , Not reight receive.1 on ne Wharfl nor cliartrea paid, ex- 1 ceptooGHU for Temwssee river. , Furniture and an other Artieles not enumerated above snb- i ect to special contract, Emigrants ivilh their families and moveables taken thnxuh f at low rates. I Persons wishing to make esetraeU or desiring inform- i tiou with regard to or connected with Uhs arrantrement will address a W. Anderson, agent, N. 4 C. It. Rl C, Nnsh ville,6r Jas. Williams, Pres.Tesn. Riter M.M. A T. C Chattanooga. IL I. ANDERSON. Supt N. 4 C. R. R. C JXS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. RiverM.M. 4 X & junei. FALL .Vi:RANt;K3IIiNTS. FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH- VILLIL Y an arriaiirement between tbe South Carolina, Georgia. estcm and Allan ticanu Nahvillefir-a' uiu.viiaiianuogatraiinHUSi goous wm oe prouyai Ti- v through to Nashville at the following rates .- riKST CLASS. Roxn Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light goods, per cubic foot........ .. ............ . 82 SECOND CLASS. Roxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass. Drags. Con fectionaries, Csmphcce, Spirits Turpentitie, iti casks, Ac, per 100 lbs. io THIEXA CLASS. AH articles not coming under specinc rates, as enumer ated iu tl,e tariff of the road between Chattanooga and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen cr had at the Freight Agent's Odieei perl'Xl lbs ..$1 25 Goods to bo delivered at Nashville at above rates must be plainly and distinctly marked Ui the cared Agent of Nashville and ClmtUwoga Railroad Co, at Chattanooja. and Agent orSbuth Carollaa Railroad Co, tt Charleston. Persons shipping from eostera. cities can ship by steam ers ator about 12c.,- by propellers at da, and saifimr ves sels' at from 3c. to Tc per foot When the Nasliviiio and Chattanooga road ia completed, from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction wdl be made, of Which due notice will be given II. I. ANDERSON, Soiit N. 4 C. R. R. Co. X. R. TIk: aino difference will be made when goods are to be delivered at Decberd, ShelbyviIIe and Mnrfrcejboro," or other fetation on our road, a is now made between freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, aa,t freights from the above points to Chattanooga, under the arranzement with the Tenriessce Biver M. if. 4 T. Co junel6-tf ILL A. I r, i. j. -, , i i i.ssfil'. NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS, THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio lEailroads. Phif. adelnhia to Ktisbur?. lit.. MauilW U'i.aIm' riu Iand Toledo, Columbus, OncinoaO, liiJUnaiioliiAljaravetl ' Tm llniu n,; ...,l MU.-....1-... ti. .' i. . r. A T from Philadelphia to Cmcinrali in 'i hours. Miortcst and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the Great West. Passengers will find this the most 'plcasan t route to N. Orleans, Otdy ? 11 to Cmeinnati ; 12 to Loaii j villc; $19 to St. Louis, Via l'eunsy vauia Railroad, an thw ' loiiowmguaiiyoieamracEewiruaii'jUsmtrg: IluckeyeStats, Capt M W Heltshoorer, leaves Pittsburg Sunday t Kevstoce l... I'l 1 f M. 1 . . I ,. , . T , . . . . . . . . . . . .1..!.. . nlll.M.. . T, r, T ..... . i . dav: day; burgSaturdar. lardingamHodgisrgrCTbmrd Ihe Packet extra. Pittsburg Jo Cincinnati, i-t Lomsyillei St. iJUlJ, f ii. Fare through by "Railroad from Ilrfladelphia o Plttsbonr. t9 50; Massillon, ?I0; Cleveland, lrT Mansfield and Crwt hue, ill; Columbus, $12 W; Toledo, W, CiucinnatJ, ftia . Crestline.) 4lS; Chicsgtr, (via Michigan Southern IL Ri 19 25. To Cldcago, WatiVeqSn, Kenoshs, lit, Rarine, Md wanlde.tjrieboygan, Wrscoaaiu.-via "Detroit and Michigan Central Railroad,- tl'S. ' ' The Cars will leave the Commonweallh's Stalimi, N E. , Cornearof Schnylkilt Fifth end .Market Streets, where tickets can be pnrehased of llingham 4 Dock, Agents of the Stale and Columbia Railroad Lines. The moruicg Express Train through to Pittsbnnr, Cleve land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will feive at 7 o'clock, X. 11. . Through to Gineiunati in 37 hours. Tbe night llailTrara at 10jf, P. M. Thronglrto Cincin nati in 44 hours, incIudM one night's comfortable rest at Pittsburg. The above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har rbburg; Lewistuwn, Huntingdon, Hnllidaysburg, Jolin atntvn, Greenbarg; and fntermediate places. Nonet In case ofhxs, the Company will hold themsel ves responsible for personal baggage only, and ft an amoo-i t not exceeding J10O. TUOS, JloORE, Agent. jnne 4 If. Pennsylvania IUilnad Co. Tlie Colombia Itailroad Line for ilamsbtirg, via Colum bia and all intermediate places, wilt Ieavi the above slat .on atrafl-p.M. IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT .IN DaTTXSTRY. I "Vit. ituso wouiu respecnuuy mnie Uie ' j. alien uon oi toe puouc to a sew a.m i . luno'Eu iiETBoo nr lucnua A&nnciAL ikCTU, upon which he has been for some tiine. practicing with great success. The improvement consists in the teeth being arranged up-onapIateofMu- platmm,uq& by means of a siJicious compoucd the teeth and plate are cemeutrd finely tc-eth-er. leaving no intenticea fiir the Wgiuer.t or tecreiioc o food; at the same time formu.g mi artificial gum beauti'ul and life-like in appearance, and which is rtpreseafed on tbe inside of the teeth as well as out Those interested are invited to call and examine speci mens of this impruved method at hU operating rcoms, No 17, up stair, College st aug27 tf CARRIAGE. MANUFACTORY. HA. lUl Lliyi, respecUuiir infurma . the citizens of'ashvilIe,ani the pub-C He geLe rally, ina; cestui continues tbe abovej busiueas on Cherry street between Cedar and Line streets, Leluw the Theatre, where he is prepared to build Coaches and Carriages of allkiods to order. He will keep consiantly ou hand an assortment r Bug gies, Barouches. Phaetons, etc., which be irUI otter tor sale low for cash. Those wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a calL Repairing in all branches done at the shortest notice and in the neatest manner. ujr23 fjm. DR. J tf. GRAY. OiSea in McCpaibs New Euildlcg, ea Cierry Street Letietm LeaJcnck anil Onion. declt 12m Restdesci ' ii 7 ' ' ... '. 1