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MERCHANDISE.
Fall and Wj later
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT NICHOL'S CORNER,
Xo. 13, Corner Square ami MarM Street, Xaslritb, ir
r-r received his new Fall. Importations of HICI1 AND
ELTOANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
hTukes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and
tbe public, feeling assured tbat be can oiler as gieat bar
tminai as can be found in tbe city,
INKICU TAXI. AND WINTER SILKS.
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
cluding a beautiful variety of tbe richest and handsomest
PUid, Brocade. Block; Bayadere, Striped, Notional, Repp,
and Watered Silks, as lias been in this city.
New and HeiiiiUiul Pnrisiaii Plaids,
Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and
RICHEST COAIIIINATION OF COLORS,
Including tbe gav, grave, rich and elegant.
New Jind Choice French jlerinos.
Tbe most desirable colors in market, embracing the most,
fasuionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful.
ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH
MERES, .Of the choicest pattern? .-uid must beautiful colors, and in
fact every other kind of Dry Goods . suitable for
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Crape and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds( in
eluding "the Iticb Brochd, or Casliniere Shawls.' " -MOURNING
GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Ofllombiuines Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Black (le'Laines,
Bareges, Grcnadins, Mourning Sleeves, Collars, Chemiiitts,
Handkerchiefs, and evcrvthlng else suitable lor a
LADY'S MOURNLNG WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
LACE GOODS, ,
Iloniton, Valencienne, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Chemizclts and Sleeves; in setts; Jaconet.' and
Swiss Edgings, Inserting, Cambric and Swiss Flouncing,
applique work. Also a line assortment of
LADIES' AND GENLEJIKN'S GLOVES,
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and Merino Under
shirts and Drawers. ,.,w.T,k,
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and tohirtings, Table Da
masks, Napkins, Toweling. Ciusliesand Diaperj.
WOOLLEN BLANKETS.
Quilts, Flannels, Caulon Flannels, Welsh Flannels and
Cambric. Ac , Ac
FRIZXCU CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimcrcs; Oier Coating, of all kinds. And will
open in a few days abeaiitJu1 assortment, of tlic ,
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
AND MANTILLAS,
Made of the v;ry best material, Ac, Ac,
Coll and examine this largo and line assortment of good.-,
suitable to the approaching season, and you will not be
disappointed either in styles or prices.
Sept. 27. 158. JAMES NICHOL.
HCMES EXHIBITION
1853. FALL IMPORTATIONS. 1853.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Kb, 57, College, street.
JOHN K. HUME is now daily leceivingfiom New York
and Philadelphia, his fall and winter Mipply of desira
ble good. Jo which be most respectfully invites the atteii
tiou of all in want or fresh and excellent goods Miitablc for
the season. JOHN K. HUME,
oct2 No. 57 College street.
OTAPLK GOODS.
-Welsh. Saxon v and Shaker Flan
O :
nels: Colored .Flannels:
French and Enslidi Prints: Tonelinin t
Fine Blankets, .kc,; Napkins;
. jTable Cloths, Ac ; JOHN 1C HUME.
"jTANTILLAS AND CLOAKS Rich .Velvet
ILL
Clocks:
Talma Mantillas;
Satin and Cloth Cloaks;
Talma Cloaks;
White Emb'd Mantles;
" " Talmas;
JOHN K. HUME.
i;ioaE Uoui;
Cloak Trimmings;
Extra handsome.
AT HUME'S EXHIBITION. Will betoundau
assortment of extra cheap Mods de Laines, some as
low as 12f cents per yard. oct2.
A--1.SO RICH S1LIC DRESS GOODS. Magnifi--ii-
cent Plaid Silk; . . ...RawSilks;
ueauuiui rsuu u .-sui;
Rich Change-able Silks;
Scotch Plaids;
tituart i'laids;
Rob Roy I'laids;' '
Highland Plaids;
McGregors Plaids;. ,
Paris de Laines;.
" Cashmerra;
iiiacc Jimche;
Ital.ae Black SUks:
u Satin Nation.!!;
" Rep Silks;
Slack Armure Silks;
Jvauziuicr
iooe JaUerns;
ALSO English and French Merinos of all colors.
Purcliasers or new, rich and really elegant goods, are at
respectfully invited to the exhibition of
JOHN K.IIUME.
; 'oct2- ynt7.(vjii.Tftt.
BICH FALL AND WINTER
GOODS.
WA.A J. G.McClAXLAXD have just received the
'largest and best selected stock or Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this market, which they offer to the
trade at lower prices than they can be found" in any other
, . house in the city. At No. 2d 'Public square.
Rich Dress Goods. 1 -,
II ro cade Silk.',
Rich Printed do Laincsi
uuecfc do
Plain da
Super bile do
PJaid.PonW
Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
' Glasgow Plaids;
PInin Moils. T.ami-4-
tu;.
" Kr'ch Merinos A Cashmere
RobRoybilW; Ei.gHsh and German Meriaus;
Neat de l-iiues,
With a great variety of low prico de Laines, Ac
White Good, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackoncls, Swisses, Tarllons;
Vat. Laces, Edgings and lusertings;
Jaconet and Swiss TrtuuiiliiKB una iluuutiujsf -
Lice and Mushn Collar and Chimizettes; '
Jaconet Collars and Sleeve-";
Linen Cainbric and I..iwu lhlifs in great variety;
, Kid Gloves, Silk and Wool "
' 'Super Wool and Silk Ho.iietr, Cotton do; .
lilackljice A'eils, Ribbon , Ac. i
In Cloaks, Talma and Mantilla's, we have the liehest as
sortment ever oftVred in this niirket, in Velvet, SSn,Clotl
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Siit'
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvets for making thuox,
Stiiplo Goods.
Cloths, Casslmw!. Vctings, Sattinetts, Flannels, Tict
ingi. Shirting-, llleaclied and lironn Domestics, BfeJ
Rlankcls, Super Coat lllankets. Shawls, Unsays, l'riuis,
Alpaccas. We feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to give thi-i ti)ck a" careful examination,
and in'so doing save themselves some monev. i
octll McCM:M.ANI),S. No. 20 Public square
WE R E.S PECTFI lil, Y lutonn our irienas and the
public that we have now on baud a large and well
uortca stock of Fur, Silk imdSoll Hats; Men's and Bovs
Cassimeic Hats; Cliildrecs Fancv Hats and Caps; Men's,
tnd Rots' Clotli, riub and Fur taps of every description,
WMirpasjcoii in goo.1 (juality, style and lowness of price,
which they offer at wholesale and retail.
" , LANDE, KLS1IACH A- CO,
Hal and Cap Manulactnry, No. 4S, Market St-
1 ALL AND WINTER UhbUS. LANDE, KU?
. RACK i CO, No 50, Market street, have rcceimdi
wiUun i the last nock a lar,;e and well assorted stock of ele
gant iveauy j.aue tjlottiiiig of the best material, so thai
sons who arc dcsirtrai ol'procdring- fashionable tamiei
ei
TOitail
Customers and strangers visiting the citv, are resptctmt
ly invited to call and examine their stock" before they bur
elsewhere, A e aro convinced that we can sell iuwer thai
tnyollrhoucin the citv, either wholesale or retail.
t3
A J-O' Reeoive.i this week u lar kit 0r Trunk
J.X. Stilts, Stocks, etc, for t.a!e low at
oc-- LANDE. EXSRACH'S A. CO.
"VTOTJCIJ. I am cl.ning up uyr business with vicivof
JLl pennanentiy withdrawing. M.Mir jwrsons are indebt
ed to mc by note and account, some for years, and 1 hfp
. they will call and pay ill) vtithout further delay or trouble.
I have removed my ltmiL-and Paiwrs to the room ad
joining Messrs. VT. U. Onrdoa A Co.
' a"g' SA M S5LVT.
t't" " IH'SSELL & BOND, 5-1,
JiKV:.VliJ?'rL'c, "Tejt receired au excellent article of
'Uh FLOUR, bolted aud unbolted.
novS B A- T v.
T)R1NCIP1: ric ns. Vi-ri:i:.v tinhix'
JL and extra Principe Cigars, jusi nca ed bv j
nTl2 R. A J. NIXON. j
CLIJ1
wri
JRK WANTED! A YOfNCMANWHO
IcsagiKiJ bind, a-id iias a cenenil Lnowlerfen of t
nccomitj,c:.iikbUiuasinutio:ibvmaVirg aiiplication witli h
rerwii.rfw in l LtT i . 1 1 '
, -1 ... .... i - ( , va. vyiwC.
Nashville, Npv.11, W, :. i
f I X) CO iiN Tia'JI KK CI I A N iV.T.mbTeJI ,'
jL the aUenium of dealers to ihe heuvy Stock of Walt- i
Papcit., I am now receiving and piciiied to offer on tli
"" iaiHjui ter.o,. MMill.i v V FI
FIXX. j
KIVKD 4
ri -JIU.su I1.U SXrFFS Jl.M' IMM'K.l
oit.in.ci mi- iai iKMMius oi rs.Mj r or su
perior qiiahticsol the fine brands oit;atTett'ssiriorScotcli.
Snuffin bottles; Room's Macabov in bottles mid kegs. Al
St. 0 superior qu ihty r Frencli llapne" in gallon jars, suit
able to travellers. Alm. a laie loi bne cut Cuvendish
Chewing lobac-), a nen: artioa.v wiih on assortment of"
I ,...-. - t It . - . I .........
The above articles 1 am prepared to sell Wholesale or Re-
tail as clicaji us any Loue in the ,lVst. !
rr'?OV4 .- . JAMES MOORE. ' 5
Tobacconist, sign little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedarr i
streets, Nashville. j
l,SiDi-u u, su:vn.N.sox. noascT l. wntss-
STEVENSON Ar WHITE. I
Kb. 50, Cbttcqr s.) ttt. 1
i ;TTA VE on liand a larce imd. desirable stock of PJAPUE il
ft JLJL AND FANCY DRY GOODS, which thuv irill seft j
very cbeap fur cah, in order to reduce their b.-ck beforu I,
they receive their rail purchases. All of you wai lua good
oargains give mem a can. augi '
WE have on hand a Iarg and beautiUl stock of Indies.
DRESS GOODS, such a plain, rfic!ted and bro '
cade Silks; Silk Robes, Rerages and Uawga Robes; and a.
large lotof beautiful l"i-eiich .Mulius, all of which u-ill be
sold extrcmelr low for casli bv
augt ' "STVKNSON A WHITE.
I7MSENCII NEEDIER WOltKSSTEVENSONT
' A WHITS In ve just receiicd a veiy large stock ol!
French Needle Works, suoli a Collars. Sleeves, Cbimixctts
Handkerchiefs, Edgings, Insertings, ltibbons ic, which.
they are selling at very reduced prices fur cah' aug4.
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. We bavejuTt
received a large stock of Damaj.k, Linen Sliects and.
Lineu Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a lurgulot ofl'Jain.
T"; V 1 : , ,. i. m i-i Ji, .,
Aiiucii ,aKiiis uuu iamask aoucis, which win oe soiu very
lou-caJiby aug4 ST;V1"S0N A WHITE.
7S ENTLEJI EN'S FL'ltNlsi I ING COUDS
JT All vou who wish to purcliae Cloths, Cassimeres
Vestings, Linens, Patent Shins, Linen and Diilling Draw
ers, Half-Hikse, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Glovesaud.
Cravats, call in at STEVENSON A WHITES, No. 59, Coll
lege street, for they are sellinc off very low for Cash, in or
der to make room fur their Fall S,tock. augt-
TOiGffEHCIAL INSUBANCE COMPANY.
CJUEXCSTOX, SOCTO CIKOLI.VA.
Capital 8250,000: AU laid In.
!Afull statement of the solvencv of the Company can be
n at theomce of the Nosbville Iniurance aiidTn it Com-
Ijiany, on College street
septs
JOHN S. DASHIELIi,. Agent
INSURANCE, &0.
V HOT EOT lO N
1NSIIUNCK COiWPANY
OF
Capita! Stock, Annnal Premiums rad Western FoDd '
$ 1,000,000!
INCORPORATED 1825.
Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most favor
able terms, against ' "!
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR THE
PERILS OF N AVI G ATI ONi
by LtNDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County;. Julyl ly.
MABJNE & INLAND)
INSUBANCE,
BY
PMtHfcTflffl IWfflULICB,
' COIBPAIVIT,
OF
HARTFORD, CONN.
,-- The undersigned, Agents for this- old and responsi.
blefffioe, is always prepared to issue policies upon approved
ristawfavbraWeUrpis. mnr,rm, ...
oct7 lm
fur KashTtlleandHavidson County.
ESTABLISHED FOB- TEN YEARS.
if
OUR Good. are selected and purchased by ourselves,
with great care in tbe best markets, which enables us
to sell low tor CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep" dry; and vo "sell as cheap as any house inthecoun
by. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Revolvers and Self
oocking ; Spanish Cigars, &c, Arc. jnly 26 tf.
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
' JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
iuiuurrsT,oppoiirK jonxsos A horse'stobaoco waeehocsi,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
ifarUt WareroonaatUuUd Ui)ul (Vrjter offSuvunerand
Spring Slrett. i
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities aro such that I. can cxecuto all
kindsof work in the most' tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap ns it can be dona in any of the Eastern Cities.
Ry calling at my Ware-rooms, ou the corner of Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may bo seen' which will, enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is the best .method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee.
Also, 'finoassortoent,of,Egyptian, Italian, ond American
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale 'and re
tail, finished or i n'the rough state.
A. ilarge assortment of Monuments, Tombs, Baptismai.
Foots, Ubxs, Vasss, Gardes Ficwiis, Geatb Stokes,-Ac,
carved and letfered to order. FuicaTcr.K M Vrdlb executed
to order and sent to any part of the Soutli-West as cheap as
it ean be procured from the Eat AUo, Mabblc Mamtels,
of every description, plain or carved. Bchdisq SroNBsold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left.al my Ware-Rooms on the coper of Spring
and Summer streets! will meet with riromn't attention. -Mv
frieods generally .will find it to their interest to call and ex-'
amine my stock, before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old fnends aud customers for their liberal patronage,, I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a ' continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
febPJ ly t
PENNSYLVANIA UAIIiUOAD
aHIS road now complete, It opens a communication be
. tween Pittsburg and Philadelpbii,orPitlsbnr: and Balti
more. By which Freight from tho vreit can reach an eaiteru
markat'qslckerimd cheaper than brany of the pre. in rival
oute: they connect with the daily packets at PHUburg,
from St Loali, LouUtIUs, Cincinnati, VbeellD2, and all the
(MOeront point, on the. western waters. Also with the Cleve
land and Pittsburg Kali Road, and Ohio and fenntylvanla
Kail Koad at Pittsburg. Car. run through between Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia withonttrsnsbipment of freight, an advan
tage that can be appreciated by all shipper..
. In case oi oofliructioii or u.fi$rvu tj- tbo r t-
freight? westward can bo forwarded, fraar Hittabars to Cln
clnnali, or towns In the interior by Railroad. v .
it,vxus of riti:u;iiT
Between, Kltsburg and Philadelphia or Baltmore.
First CIUkH. iriutir Snr
Katei. Katii,
Dry Goods, Book. andStatlonary Sootso p.r 100 lbs.
Shoes, Hats and Carpeting, Furs and Pel
.tries. Feathers, Saddlery, tc. 1
Jl
75 cti.
Second Class
Drown Sheeting & Shirting in Bales,
urugs.uiass ware, tirocerles, except cot-
85 ctt. CO cti
nee, tiara ware, iiouow are, Macntnery.
uuciom, tvooi, cic.
Third Class'
Butter In Firkins & Kegs, Candles, Cot-"
ton, In winter,! Qneeuswaro, Tallow, I 7J cU.
Tobacco, In leaf or Manafsctared, Ktl-
cts.
wara, j oie. ?e.
Fourth ClassL
Bacon, Cotton (In .ntnnier,) CoE'ee,Lard')
ana uarauu, (inrocgaj rorEin lull car-
C5 cts. 40 cti.
toaas at owners rlst.
Goo. C. Franclscuf,
VnAt J;tnt', Pittilnrf.
12. J. Sncedcr, t -
Frtiglt Jttxt, Plilaitlphit.
jnagmw Jc Koona,
. Freight Jftntt , Battiuort
J.L.Elliott.
Frtigkt jirMf,.y.7 ;r.i tt., a, r.
ai. si, liousion.
am. Frligit int, Philadllplia.
march 1G, 1S53-
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSUP.ANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street adjoining the Pos OtSce, and
opposite the Verandah, will insure on th mutual prin
ciple. Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by
Fire; Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the
Hazards or Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives or persons in good health, Tor a single year,
Tor a term of years, or during life. Also, Rank Notes trans
mitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property insured tn this
Institution, ore entitled to a full participation in all tbe prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond tbe amount of Pre
miums H hich they may pay.
M. S. PILCHER, President,
J. 1$. JOHNSON, Vice President.
C. J. F. WnABTOy, Secretary. janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND TIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
"VFFICE on the North side of the Public Souare. midwav
J between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Rank. I
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire j
and the risk of the river; on the. Cargo of Keel Roats and j
oiner river craiis, ana on iea vessels ana other cargoes, on
tbe usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, Presideut.
Josepii VaulXj Secretary.
DinECTons. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Ras, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Scay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
jsnl
TO TKAVELLEIIS GOING NORTH.
United States MaillLiIne
Through in -18 to 50 Hours.
NEW YORK AXJJ CHAllLAWOX SEMI-
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LIKE.
1 i&rfc. LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday
(Er jtEIr" "" Clncsdaj", after tho arrival or the cars
U&SsxSa from the South and West
i On Saturday, the ncw and splendid steamer Jns. Ad
J ger, 1,510 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Mnrion,
3 l,2o0 tons, W. Foster, Commander,
j On Wednesday the Union, 1,500 tons, Richard Adams,
uoinmanaer Jouincriicr, i,uootons, rnos. Kn-an, Com
mander. Thee steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety,
speed and comfort Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will insure
Travellers by this line every possible comfort and accom
modation. For freight or passage, bavin? clcrant State Room Acoom-
modations, apply at the office or the Agent,
cptl5 HENRY M1SSR00N,
ComerEast Ray aud AdgerVSou. Mliarvcs.
Cabin pa:isagc ?25. Steerage JS.
FRESH RECEIPTS BY NICHOL & PEACOCK.
VEW FLO UK 100 bags St Ixniis alills, expressly
1 for family use nug NICHOL A PEACOCK.
STAU CANDLES. -$00 boxes, Imlf and uTiarter boxes
Star Candles. uug7 NICHOL A PEACOCK.
SUC AltS SO bbls St lHiis Crushed Sugar;
10 4 Powdered
aug7 NICHOL A PEACOCK.
JAVA AND LACUYJtA
old Government Java CoQee :
COPI'EE 20 bags
30 bans Laguvra Coffee:
150 bags Rio Coffee. '
angl tw
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
WALL PAPEIli
JUST received a splendid asfortment of Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet Borders, and Plain.Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Ac., together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teis(cta, Ac
?3fOn hand, u lsrsre assortment of unglazctl papers.
from 10 to 25c per bolt.
KLAGGS A G0RBEY.
No. 20, College street; next door to tbe Sewaneo House
N.B. Paper-hanging done in the best manner. oct2
STORING COTTON.
PERKINS & CLACK Aro now prepared fo re
ceive, store and ship cotton. Liberal advances .mads
to consignments. oct2
R. P. S. VOOl)WAKD.-0ffice No. Cherry
street, three doors north of Church street, has on hand
Vacine Mattel of the very best quality, which he will sup
ply to the profession generally. octC ly
a It A II AM IMtEAD Graham Broad for dispeptics
every day.
octl9 R. A J. NIXON.
kj
GROGEKtfeS.
t l ""SESEIflS & CLACK-,. -x-YJt.Oj.BSAlJS
6JitC$HtS,
Comtei-ssioa esd FortttudiBg MerChRaU,
i ? ' Cotton asi Tobacco "Ernsts, '-.
Comer cf CdUgt and UutTcflrtett, MuAvtBe.
COFFEE 2W bags Rio; CO bags Havana; ."v"
0 do Laguyara; 50 ao Java. -
CIGARS if0,060 Imp. Uarana; 13,000 American;
s 100,0000 Cuba 'C's end Melee Cigars;-'
CANDLES -W) joies Sperm and Star; n9
i "nil hoxej Stcnne an Tallow: .'"SSL"!
COTTONirARNS A V. or -assorted Nos. .psnnbttTS,Jsn-
i -wrrm nnaiiir at raanmacrarers itow w
FRUITS 10u
riOIl" ilv iuitcu mm iuu i .. .
EiW Mackerel; . iz cases ouruiues,
FL0UR 200 bbls Galligi 175 Cincinnati;
.. 75 ;do St Louis (Harnsna's;) , :J it
GLASS 800 boxes Window, all sues;
UUiliwM do yt.,It,and VL Flasks;
75 do Flint Tmnbers and Goblets;
60 do Squatt and Cap Jars;
- " 90 Demijons, fire and three gallons;
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sires,
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and -pints;
--of. JO cass Scotch Ale " . '"'!
75 barrels American and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Peach "
400 do Whisky, various brands; '
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. KRum; '
25 do Wine, various kinds; . -
! '100 do Cider: Vinegar; 1 ' ' i , H ::; !
MOLASSES 150 bbls and X tbls retailed and S. House;
75 bbls St Louis and N 0 .Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 do Wheeling, "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted PJckles
10 cases Tomatoe Catsop; ' ' 1 j
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar; '
100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 13 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks fine and coase;
135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bar: 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 15 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands; i
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, balxratus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac.
For sale lowor cash by PERKINS A CLACK.
tSf Liberal advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lb,s of clean washed Wool;
l w,uuu ins uacon ami uira;
Dried Fruit Feathers. Beeswax. Tallow and Ginsenir.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
may a ffclSKins 4 CLACK.
O UG Alt. 200 hhds Prime New Sugar;
O 50 barrels' Glorified Sugar; 50 barrels Loaf Sugar;
ou ao urusiieu ao; to do Powdered do;
Just receivcdand for sale by EDWARDS A HARRIS,
may 22
l,IOLASSES,SYllUP, &C 150 bbls Prime Mo
J.TJL. lasses;
20 bbls Suagr House Molasses;
10 bbls Golden Svtud:
l tegs Uolden Syrup, justi
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
ceived and for sale by
may 22
ptOl'PEE. 800 bags Green Rio Coffee;
oags mguyra uonee;
50 ban St Jazo Coffee:
25 do Java do. just received and for sale br
may r.u v auus a. usHltis.
SALT, NAILS, &c 1,000 bbls Kanawba Salt;
'500 bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
500 kegs Nails and Brads, for sale by
may28 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
OIOAltS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
100,000 Imitation do do;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by
inay22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
pt ANDLES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Caudles;
V zo ao opena do;
200 do Star do;
100 do Mould do;
For sale by may2 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
SUNDRIES.
rA "BBLS No 1, 2 and 3 Mack- 5U chests Tea, Imperial,
erct;
100 kits No 1 and 2 Mackeicl;
Black and Gunpowder:
50 bbls Vinegar;
5 do White Wine Vinegar;
25 do Salmon;
100 bxs Scotch Herrings;
20 eases Sardines;
100 bxs M R Raisins;
20 do Layer do,
50 qr bxs do do,
tierces Rice,
,20 frails S S Almonds,
15 bags S3 ' do,
25 sacks Pecans,
20 do Cream ,NuU,
2 cans Prunes,
6 do Citrons,
2 casks Currants; -5.
hf bbls Cranberries,,
'10 cases Pio Fruits,
20 do Pickles!
tvu DO res oap;
50 do Starch;
60 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed do
10 do Pow'd do,
' 8 tierces Dried Beef.
100 boxs Chewing Tobacco.
- J assorted; ! i
60 casks Carb-'Soda,
10 bags Pepper,,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do ' Cassia,
8 'do 'Alspice,
5 ceroons Indigo,
2 hhds Madder,1'-
20 do Pine Apple Cheese,
III IV1T,.4 l.r FAn...
GrPep
100 do Rent's W ater I
15 do PepperSauce.
Bent's ater Crackers, 20 cases Toughson's Bit
ters.
20 db Sugar Crackers,
20 do Soda do,
10 do Picnic do
60 bbls Water and Rutter
25 cases Tomato Catsup,
10 ao lemon syrup,
200 reams Wrap Puper,
100,000 Corks, assirtod,
Crackers.
"With a great variety of other articles, Tor sale by
,may22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
T3 HAN DIES, WINES, it c so qr casks fine Bran
O die-f.
20 do Brandv Cherries.
10 hf pipes do do
25 V do do do
5 i casks old Madeira,
5 V do Sherry,
50 do Port;
50 S Malaga,
50 Raskets Champagne,
Mumm's Fleur de Selley
Anchor, Boncho, A other
brands,
25 cases Cordials,
80 do Claret Wines,
20 d Muskat do.
In store and for sale br
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
z piiies pure uouana uin,
1 fihd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Croix do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whiskr,
60 do DD Country do.
20 do Peun. Rye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 casks uondon Porter,
100 bbls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
20 cases Newark Cider,
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
O UNURIES. 100 keirs Nails, assorted aiie.
O 50 boiei Langhorn A Armstead's Tobacco, very su-
20 barrels Tar;
15 doi boxes Lexington Musfard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 gross of box Matches; . ,
Aew barrels of that same old Whisky. 'Also, a few hhds
of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general asortmentof
Groceries, at wholesale or retailat No. 28, College street.
uppuucoi;aiieo nouse. mayilj K. i. HELL.
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FABH FOR SALE
THE subscriber would call tho attention of those who
wish to embark in the Iron business, also those who
wish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to tho following
jivjf;jiT nuiui uc uurn lor suie.
1st Jackson Furnace and lands, say about 2500 acres.
This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and the stuck is the largest in tbe Slate, being
17 feet high. The lurnace, except tbe stack, is now being
rebuilt, and will be ready to putiu blast bv the 1st of No
vember. The route or the North Western Railroad, as sur-
icjcu, passes imiueuiaieiy oy me rurnace. iiie ore is un
surpassed, and tbe timber and grounu admirably adapted
for coaling.
Also, ueueview furnace, and about 3C00 acres of land,
inciuuingme 1'icKson oreDanic. Hits furnace is on Jones
Creek, about three miles South of Charlotte. There is a
cojhI water power, and also good farming lands attached to
this rjronertv.
Also, the Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 87.-
w w;n ui lanu. i ue mil is 23 leei, ana lite Head ol water
immense. There are some very fine farming lands in this
ua, aim u is uiiogciucr a most uesiraoie location.
Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee, Tbe Mill Creek sites, of
ivuicu mere urc live or six, prescnime best water powers
for tbe tiie of the stream that can be round in any country.
The Duck River ore bank is the heaviest deposite of ore in
the State, and the ore can be procured with less labor than
at any bank in the country. It is within half a mile of
Duck River, and tho lands around are covered with the
best coaling timber.
Also, the Jxiwer'iunnel, at the Narrows of Harpcth, in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for:
buiWings and machinery. It is unuecesf an" to speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Harpeth. it is kuown to
every one, aud twenty-five years of experience enables, tbe
.ubscribcrtospcuk with certainty of its great benefits and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which 1 now reside, and
which lor beauty and fertility is second to noue The house
is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip
tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also
by tbe Nasbrille and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 finm Franklin. It is a "meadow
farm, ' watered bv Little Harpeth, and the best evidence of
its quality is the hay produced on it this etir, which all
ho have seen it, pronounce it the best they 'havo ever seen.
Itisaltogetberoneofthemost desirable tarms for beauty
and prohtthatis in the South-west Itcoutains about 560
acres.
The above property is offered fir sale, not Tor the purpose
of profit or speculation, but ximnk- immil,. r.,, .i.... .i... !
subscrilier's health, makes it necessary to relieve himseir or
me tare, necessarily luciueui io so much real proiierty lo
cated at different (mints, aud renders him unable to give it
that personal attention which it requires.
Auy one wishing to purchase any or the above property
will please call on the subscriber at his residence, or ad-
u. umi iuuuiiiruij; r. i iiitamson count v Ten-Deee--
.. ?."S3l M. BELL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1851, and scud bill to this office.
NE(JROES FOR SALE. Tbe subacnbeTluisleT
eral rmihcs or Negroes that be will sell at private
sale to persons residents in this Slate. nn,ll. (
keep them therein. Residence on tbe Nashville and Frank-
iu lumpiae, 11 mues irom .-alivii!c M. BELL
augSl lm.
lTmirrrTniE! FUEinrruRE! :
I AM just receivinga fine assortment orFur
mture 1 or the latest and most approved
t ylos, which will be warranted as recommend
ed, anu win oe sold as cheap as tho cheapest. Having en
arged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ot Gil
bert m superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mii-
.uto, u, lu.ii.iuiuo! iiuinas maao to order. Articles
wnt free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber iS, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot
P27 1 .11. MORTON.
SOMETHING NEW.
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
JIANIJFACMCRING COMPANY, aVnow ofTeri" ,
I .'g--.yaplendid msortment of Plain and Fashionable Fur
""TV" nature at their Depot on Market stieet,Tbomas'f7
KgSSanew building, (between Union Hall aud the&U
Square,) which they ofler at prices to suit purchasers T
both 'ot whole sale and retaiL Tiiev intend to give satisfac
tion to purchasers work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
with despatch. R. U. GROOMS, PresX
W. LNaxck. Sec'r fsept-i-
URKEE'S RAKING POWDERsi UK) casts
and half cases Durkec's celebrated Baking Powders, '
fresh, for sale by V. U. GORDON A CO.
I
bxs Raisins; assorted sixes; 6i.uruuis iigs;
-. 50 rraiU AUnonds; i-u uois l ecaas; -y
BUSINESS GAUDS.
& A. AtwrEB, r. u WAttvce; i. howaed.
. SAWYER, WALLACE & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW VORK.
E. HOWARD,
trptlG A'eto Orleans.
S. H. M'CAMY,
Commission Uud Ponvurdiug Merchant,
VIIATfAXOGA, 7'AXV;
KerEs to
D. Pbarl,
Eowabds A IUncis.
- Lixier J: Brutu&rs, ,' Nashville, Tcnn.
tWI.V LEOTUEK3. .
W. & WUIWAX, '
BUglOCllVW
jxo. it. iimciiT. ' James b. height
J. 31. & J. R. BRIOnT,
AT YOB NETS AT LAW,
layetttnllt, Tenneuu.
WILL practice in tbe several Courts cf Lincoln and the
adjoiuing Counties, and in the Supreme Court at
Nashville. . r w sept2 mtw.
WILLIAM T. EOiS. JAMES U, Da VIDEOS
ROSS & DAVIDSON,
FA YETTEArI LLE, TENN.,
' Will practice Law in Lincoln and the adjoining counties.
oct fim
niaror hakt, jb. s. x. noLLixcswociii.
II ART & IIOLL1NGSWORTH1
Wholesale Grocers, Conaiision, Receiving and For
warding Merchants,
Kb. 49 aYortA side Public Square,
oct4 Nashville, Tew.
BENJ. r. SHIELDS & CO.,
COinnSSIONItfEECHANTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS,
NEW ORLEANS.
Having permanently located in this City, solicit consign
ments of Cotton, Tobacco, Ac.
Receiving and Forwarding with the filling of Orders
dromjtlly attended to. octH Om,
E. A. nOUXE, 8. 8. WILLIAMS, JXO. A. rtSUEB.
JOHNSON, IIORNE At CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Commission and Forw-arding Merchants, and Storers of
Cotton and Tobacco.
'Mr oilarttt and Jiroad SU., XathttlU. Ttnn.
jnly 8, 1853.
L. A. LANIKR. -- H-LAStia.
LANIER &. BROTHER,
"Wholesale Grocers,
Commission and Forwarding Afercliants,
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
septt Market street, Nashvili
PICKETT, MACMUHU0 & CO.,
BANKERS nud COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
KK ' OJtLAKS.
W.M. S. PICKETT late of the firm ofPICKETT, PER
KINS A CO. and J. R. M ACMURDO, Banker, hav
ing' associated themselves in business, will conduct a
Blinking aud -General Commission Business,
in this City, under firm or Pickett, Macmcbdo A Co.
Particular attention paid to the sale o I Cotton, and to the
shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally.
uOfi y2l
JIM till lllOIll,
w. e. wHiTTnoamc'
TIIOMS ic WIIIXTIIOltNB,
Attorney-is a J.nw,
COLUMBIA TEXXF.SSKE.
HyWIH practice their profession In the counties o(
Maury, Marshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and lllckuiin.
doc a. tf.
JOHN SULLIVAN Aj SONS.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and
Western Produce Generally,
liaUimore, Md.
References. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq
Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Temi. juneS fim.
W. II. COKDOX, C. a. EUYAxT
W. TL GORDON & CO..
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise, generally,
jonl XASimLLE, TEXX.
A. F. DAVIE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
JlCKSOK, TeHH.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, nd -will
give prompt attention to collecting and any other business
In his profession. fel 11
O. MACUREGOR, X. B. ALLOWAT, J. BAXKIIEAD.
MACGREGOE, ALL0WAY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
55 St. Charles Street, (third Store above St. Charles Hotcl,)
mew urieans.
ST N. E. ALLOWAY A CO, Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
meats to us. sep!6
L. E. SIMPSON & SONS,
IMPORTERS op
Wines, Brnndics, Cigars, Chnmpnigncs, Ac,
'"KO. 10, HEAVER STREET, XEW YORK-.
. And Rce la Bastidk, Boroeaitx. maylG ly.
"WEBBS & RAWLINGS,
. obockry. cmmassioir b TrntWA-RTtnTO isss. --
CHANTS.
Main tired, one door Xurth of Union, Mtmphit, Temnuet.
HAVE on hand a lull supply of Groceries, Bagging,
.Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork, Lard, Candles, Flour, Ac.,
wflich they will furnish to their customers ou the usual
terms.
All
I Cottons Shipped to them by water will be covered br
an open
pen Policy unless written across tbe Lee or the Bill or
Lading, at tbe time or shipping, no Insurance.
J3? We are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton
in store.
WEBB, RAWLINGS ii CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ac. 58 Carondelei iilrtet. Arm Orleans.
Any oi our friends who wish facilities on Cotton to be ship
ped to our bouse in New Orleans can call on us at Memphis!
or address us at N. Orleans. july29 Cm.
Eagte A Enq, Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville;
W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six months, and send in bill.
Memphis Appeal.
' ' R. T. BELL.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Receiving. Forwarding and
Commission Merchant,
Opposite Sewanee House, College St, No 28.
Ieb2
HEURJIAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Composition.
Terms. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention,
feb 2-1 v. r
U. C. CARCTII. WM. TERur. J. C. PEW
CARUTII, TERRY & DEW.
. DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154, Market SCand 25, MireUi.t St., I'AUaddpMx
faprifi. ly
R. H. PltASER,
COMMISSI OK MERCHANT,
NO. 13 CAUOSDELET STREET,
New Orleans.
REFER TO:
Gov.A..V. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; Col.T. IL McNeill
Coahoma countr. Miss.: Mvrtle. Moore A Co.. Helen Art-.
S. J. Ridley. Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co, Pulaski,
Tenn.; Jas. C. Malone. Esq.. Athens. Ala.
oct: lv.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
DANIEL W. RUSSELL, p. y. BOXP,
rrankiiu lenn. Rethesda, Tenn.
iiUSSELL & B
Grocers and Comraissio
Xn. .71. ISro-ldi
tST Tl:e hizhest market price paid for Feathers. Iters.
war. Lard, Racnn, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac., ,c
THE EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
afcrfffA, flSn M$ ifef
Paris Imported Ronnets, Ulilliuery, A-c.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1833.
t
I
500 FANCY BONNETS.
WaE
E would respectlullr Inform the Ladies of town
and countrv that u will, on Tnetilnv ttinrt,;.. 11. A
4lh, exhibit for their especial benefit, the largest nncf 'most
oeauiiiuis:ocK 01 fancy iWuneLs, and new styles, ofEmbd
icned at
Head
broideries and Fancv Goodsc cumurisini 2f omi u-nrtti
Having imported a great part direct from l'ari, our prices
shall be lower than any or the boxed up millenervadver-
vertized as fashionable and proressingtobe Ihe latest styles.
Our long engagement in the business, now nine years' in
Nashville, and doing a very extsnsire business, must give
us advantage over any other house in the city, and we flat
ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfied. So now
Ladies, wo wish your visits to make your selections.' We
can make you look more enchanting than ever this rail, for
the street, balls and -weddings, having Ladies of superior
good taste from England, France and New York, to assist
us in our establishment. We have added to our slock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than auction prices, a fine
stock of Mantillas, Woolen Coats, Caps Ac., rich Muslin de
Lanes and Cashmieres at 25, SO and 35 cents per vard, su
perior Merinos at 80c. worth 1.25; rich Needlework gortjs,
Chemizctts, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, UudersIeeVes,
Handk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.25 to 1.75, cheap at
8 50 to 5.00. Likewise, a large stock of Fancy Goods and
Trimmings. Havjng a large stock this fall, our object is to
make small profits' and largo sales, giving the purchaser ,
uuvuuuiguui guoo uarauis.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. 40, Union Street,
next to the State Bank.
oct 4 "in Aent.
RONNETS, ItlBRONS, Ac.
Xo. 14 Cherry Street, near Union.
"A YRS. E. LOCKHARTrespectrully informs the Ladies ol
ivX. Nashville and country, that she has now received her
select Fall assortment of the newest and most fa.shionjil.lfl
styles of
Jjouuets, Ribbons, , Flowers,
Pinnies, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to the Ladies for nnt fnrnr I flntfpr
that I hare soiriethinirverv beiuilirnl in xhnw them "il.t.
season". Mease call and see before you purchase elsewherc.
mrs.eTlockhart.
io- ir ..... .
"- iivuerrysi.
m m SB
Jl.sC
THANSPOllTATION.
RATES REDUCED. (
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad "T1
Company, and the Tennessee River M. M. MhH
and Transportation Company, have adopted tho-EE&
.w.iui. i i .1 v. . . ..... j... v. a (, ICIWCTJJJ .1MU
rille, Tenn, and the various landings on the Tennessee
River.
" si t- 3
I c o t' o
o ZZ eg
FROMNASHVILLKTO S t2 S-S
Fucrr Ct,Ass-Boots!bocs,
HatsjBonnets, Dry Goodsl
g-DCralljr, uigarsin ooxes
orcascs,'lin Ware,Clocks,
noouen vvnrc, i.izntana
Hollow Ware. Cusllues.
Wool, Feathers, Ginsengj
oroom,u ranges ana Lem
ons, llorso Collnrs, stoves
and Stove AVore, Teas,
Drugs la kect and boxes,
r-auuiery, uanaies, uon
feetlonarles, &e., per ICQ
pounds
StcnxD Class Sugar,
Coffee. Molasses, Kails.
hi..
.70
..70
...80
Tin Plate, liar and Pie
Lead, Fish In barrels,
segs, niu,o:c-, tvmuow
GlaiJ,Cott.u Varn,, IJo.
mes'.lcs, Hemp and Kaes
In bales. Tobacco In box.
es,Kice, Hides, Rale Kopo
Bargtup, Co rusge, Leath
er lit rolls and bxs. Hard
ware, Glass and Queens
ware In crates and boxes,
Lead aud Paints in kees.l
Clover Seed, Cheese.l
i li-.'
Candles, Soap, Butter,
Beeswax, Oils, Brandies,
Wines aud other liquors,
varni3.iurpeniice,Kc.
per 100 lb
.CO
.CO,
.CO
Tiiikd Ulass Bscon,
Lard and Pork In tierces
or barrels, nar lion
heavy Castings, Grind
Stones and undressed
Marble per 1C0 lbs
Pie Metal! per 100 lbs.
....53
,...35
....55
$1 50
1 00
....85
.55
.C5
65
2 CO
1 50
V hlsky,perbblof40jal.j
SI 50
1 00
....85
31 501 fl 00
1 00 1 30
Salt, per bbi
Flour, per bbl, and Salt
sace
Porter Ale. and Domes
1 00
tic liquors, per bbloHul
gaions.
Lard. Unseed, or other
1 TO
170
1 70
2 10
215
oils or tenncssec. Manu
facture, perhbl'of 40gaU.
Powder, securely pack
ed in casks nrhogsheads.
period pounds
Carbojs, Mineral Acids.
70
! 1'70
5.10
2 13
1 30
1 30
1 30
1 50
1 CO
(at I'ompanj's conven
ience,) each..,. .........
Piano Fortes, boxed....
Cotton Gins boxed, and
SiO
10 10
2 50
10 00
2 50
10 00
S 73
12 00'
3 00
13 00
rorlable Harrow's o r
Queen of the Sou.h Mills,
each
8 501 8 50 8 50
9 50
05
11 00
83
Plows (assorted.) and
Cultivators, each
so
50 50
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing loss than 100 lbs., will be- in
variably charged as 100 lbs., First Class Rates.
All articles of unusual she or weight, charged in propor
tion to tbe trouble and expense of handlingandspaee occu
pied. Goods in Packages not secure or insufficient for the pro
tection of contents, will be transported only at owner's
risk.
AH claims for damages must be collected of the party de
livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods
must be made within CO days from date of shipment, or they
will not be allowed.
The above Companies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, or for tbe Breakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
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 Rreakage, Chafing, Frost, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, vie
Molasses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware. Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Dugs or Shot, loose, Demijons, Fur
niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock oreverv description, Doxes, Ci
gars not Cased, Carboys. Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical
Instruments, Rooks anil Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves aud Stove Castings, Light and Hollow
Castings.
On Freight destined tor Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intermediate points, 110 extra charge will be made during the
low water season, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Rates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low water are entirely at the risk of
the owner.
On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermediote points to
Chattanooga, Twenty-five (25) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but in no case is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention of Goods during or on account of
low water.
Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. R.
R. C, Nashville, will be received ou' the wharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayago or
Commission.
No Freight received on the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above sub
ect to special contract
Emigrants with their families and moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa
tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, will
iddi ess O. -fV. Anderson, agent, JT. A C. R. R. O. Nnsh
ville, or Jas.Villiains, Pres, Teun. River M. M. A T. C,
Chattanooga.
H. I. ANDERSON, SupLN. A C. R. R. C.
JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. River M. M. A T. C.
jurc2.
FALL ARRANGEMENTS.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. T" Y an amusement between the South Carolina. ,
JLJ Georgia, Western and Atlantic and Nashville '
and Uhaiianooga railroads, goods will be brought.
through to Nashville at the following rates:
FIRST CLASS.
Doxes Hats, Ronnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
goods, per cubic foot
SSOOXD CLASS.
Doxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con
fectionarics, Cumphene, Spirits Turpent joe, in casks,
Ac., per 100 lbs. .;. j:
82
10
Till UD CLASS.
All articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer
ated in the tariff of the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies or hich can be seen or had
at the Freight Agent's Office) perloO lbs $1 25
Goods to be delivered at Nashville at abovo rates must
be piaiuly and distinctly marked to the car of Agent or
era atbr about 12c., by propellers at 8c, and sailing ves
sels ui iruuioi.. io ,cjieriuot
WHicn the Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be
made, of wbich due notice will be given
H. I. ANDERSON, Sunt N. A C. R. R. Co.
N. D. The some diflerencc will be made wliea trotMl am
to be delivered at Deeherd, Shelbyville and Murfreesboro,"
or other stations on our road, ns is now made between I
freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from '
the above points fo Chattanooga, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co.
junel6 tf n. I. A. '
NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS! '
rpHROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
X adelphia to PitLsbunr. Pa.. Massillom Wooster
SSt STKffi
u.li br !t.il,v.itff
rrom Philadelphia to Cincinrali In 37 hours.
Shortest and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the
Great West. Passengers will find this the moat pleasant
route to N. Orleans. Only $11 to Cincinnati; 12toLouis-
- -; . . : ' . . - rt-v-T " -iMiuuuu
vine; 13 to at. Louis, ia l'eunsyvauia ICailroad, on4 the
following daily Steam Packets rrom" Pittsburg: liuckcyeState
Capt M W Reltshoover, leaves Pittsburg Sunday; Keystone
day: l'itisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri
day; Slesscnger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts-
burg Saturday. Boarding and lodging on board the Packets !
extra. Pittsburc to Cincinnati l;a.it!u 4. .
Louis, ?3. ' ' ' 1
Fare through by Railroad from Phi'adelphia to Pittsbursr '
rj oKf, jiiissuiuu, tiu; wieveianu, iu; jiansnelu and Lresl-
. waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Midiigua
1 v.uuui i.au. uau, fio.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Stalion, N. E.
, Coraear of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets '
j can be purchased of Riiizhaui ADock,AgenU or the State !
and Columbia Railroad Lines,
The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve- '
' land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M. '
Through to Cincinnati iu 87 hours. "
( The night Mail Train at 10, P. M. Through to Cincin- 1
nati iu 4 hours, including oue night's comfortable re4t at i
i Pittsburg. j
' The above lines pass thrdngh and .stop at Lancaster, liar- j
risburg, Lcwistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John- '
stowu, Grcenburg; and intermediate places.'
' Notice. In case orioss, the Company will hold thcmsel
vcs responsitiieiori-ersonaioagsmgeonlr, and for an amount
not exceeding 100. TIIOS. JlOORE, Agent,
inne4tf. Penusvlvanin ILiilnuid Cn
The Columbia Railroad Line for Ilarrisburg, via Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station
at Iff, P.M.
PHILOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant on
Pregnancy.
Much of the ufltring atteud.mt upon. the lires of females
at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
orneirlect durinz some c: itical period of their iei-iilinr sea
sons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac., which, if not j
iti.t.cu.Kuauj i.ccua iwuucmigutue system, ana oy ;
svnipaiuy niuuces taose ciirrauc loruii.ot uisease Con-
sumption. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, 4c which either hnnrthem
to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many of
tbe fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when tbehud
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
fheeifectsor obstruction, and the want ofa rcmedv to assist
nature at that eventful period.
TRY THE PHILOTOKEN.
It is not offered as a cure or all ills that flesh is heir fo,
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of-complaints,
in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicinedirected with experenceand skill ean
perform. Sold by SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed,
julyl ly dtwAw.
by the dozen or sinirle oottle. For sale hf '
nov6 CHARLES W. SMITH, College street.
OND 1 oune, vnan uimncs i-ioue, leaves niisourg jiondav : Alle
tlt--i,-. aucuiii, w i uuim " iiaiiiicjur, leaves i iiisourg lues
n .m. Q r c n a n t fl . i n . . . ..... .
, "' . v, . ....I., mx iraira 1 iiLsourcr eu- I
tcttv. AaxheiUe. Tmn. ! .lcl.r. llrllKnnf 1 1? f . , I
line, fcll; Uolumbus, f 12 60; Toledo, flS; Cincinnati, (via
Crestline,) $15; Chicago, (via Michigan .Southern 1C IL)
818 25. To Cliicaco. aukesan. Kenosha. Ill lUrine Mil.
TNKS. ARNOLD'S1, COPYING 'INK; RED
X Ink; Arnold's Blue Fluid; Guizot's Carmine; Mavnard
, & NoycVs Ehsck, in all sized bottles; Paymn's Indelible Ink
HARDWARE.
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HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FAXI ii CUNNING HA 21,
No. 47, College St.
XASIiriELE, TEXX
ARE-now receiving their Fall supply of Hardware
aud Cutlery direct from the manuructurers in Eu
rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten
tion or Merchants visiting Nashville for their Fall stocks.
Their stock in store and daily coming to hand comprises a
full assortment of Dlacksmith's and Carpenter' Tools, Cut
Icry, Guns, and all articles in their line.
They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
tbe very highest market price in exchange for Hardware,
or in payment of debts. augl3
Nashville 'Carriage Manufactory
CARRIAGES!! CAUUIACES!! ! 1
THE iubscribertakes this method of returning his most
sincere thanks to his friends and the publlcgencrally, for
the patronage he has already received, and would say to
them, tbat he no his on hand the Lai gent and I test
assortment of WORK overeflered In this market; from tho
light TROTTING SULKY to tho flnest CAKKIOLA CAK
KIAGK, all of my own Manufacture.
Persons from a distance cnretas-u red of alway finding
something that tvtll salt their taste, "if In tho shape ofa
Carrlaco." I have'ibci.t AVorkutcn to do uir
Work. CalUn.l.eemv assortment.
N. 13. Iam prepared to build Work to order assort no
tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will
ell or repair at as low a price as any good builder.
FHKD. SLOAN,
Jt. H. LowerMarketStroet.
rno rHKl'UlH.JC. TUE .ubicnoer
JL bees leave to- state that he still carry on (
the COACH AMI CAKKIAGE DUSISIISS.
at his old stand ou North Market tt.tnodoora
below IL& Ii. Douglass, & Co. Kep constantly on hand
a larju and well assorted stock from a light Uaggj to a Car
riola. Thankfal for put favors, he most respectfully solicit, a
continuation, hoping by cheapness, dnrabillt) andgooj work
manshipto merit your patronage.
Jan 2 ly. GEO. L. SLOAS.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT. Ao. 11, Cedar Street; fire duvs from the PuMie Siuare.
r---r-III,T t.- 1 . r i i .? , ,, . , . ,
A THERE mav be found a choice and well selected
vr
sb)ck of Cloths, Casimrres and Vestings, all R
or which will be made up to order in the most Fash
ionable Stvle and at as short notice as can be done in anr
:ii..tr.: 1 . : ... J
vi. 1 11. uc wmiuu. uuu u. prices to sun uie liuics.
Ready Jlutle Clothiug. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A fine assortment of ATcu's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks.
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
fSfGarments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine. fmr5 THOS-J. HOUGH. Agent.
AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
THIS establishment isnow prepared
to manufacture alll kinds of Waggons,
'Carts and Plows of every description.
and any other farming impliments used inCjst,,-
thig country. Vjgy.
The prices for such things will not be more than is paid
for them brought from other places. We are readv to re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and other uten
sils for making roads.
Tbe Manufacturing or Waggons is under the Superinten
dence or Wilson Mullen, whoe work is well know n here.
We respectfully solicit orders (mm the Planters and Merch
ants in 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 Lwe r Market Street
DAGUEARRAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH
MENT. D Street YEAB0UT' ifllshTale. Tennessee, College
Dobtxs A Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Dobtns A Ricuarpsox, Morssewet, New Yort
Dosrxs A Sfacumxo, St. Louis, Mo.
Dobtns A Ybacoct, Memphis, Tenn.
Dobiks A HAitBEtOTON. New Orleans.
At any of the above establishments, you can procure as
i: 1..1..J: -. . ,1 . ...
1 any city, of any desired style
improvement, and expect to
Tuvements. We are prepared
uuu . i,u,va M tVI UD UKU 111
or finish, as we have everr i
keep up with anr and all innmiTpmpnU
in either city to rurmsb artists with every article ul in the
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish Uock on
tbe most reasonable terms. DORYNS A CO.
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de
ceased persona at all times.
augl7 tf D. A CO.
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TN Storet
ire and for sole Cheap for Cash :
bbls Cm. Whisky: loo kegs Nails, assorted;
L 150
, ?00bbIsFlour,variousb'nds;
O bflfM ddleef
;IMI
000 bags fine Salt; 25 bbls Loaf. Crushed end I
50 bbls Molasses; Powdered Sugar; 1
25 bxs Tobacco; various 10,000 Regalia Cigars; j
brands; 8 cascs Jenkin's Teas;
10 doz Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls Mason's Blacking; 1
2W rmsWapping Paper; J5 reels Packing Yarn. !
50 bbls Pilot Bread: 5 h' U ltoston Crackers; i
10 bbls B. A W. Crackers; 4 bbls Sit.'ar A Piene do; j
Together with Pepper, Allspice, (Jinger, Indigo, Mad
der, bpnn Cotton, Shot, Lead, Powder. Mustard, Catsup,
Cotton, Hemp, Bed Cords, and Plough Lines, oct i tf. j
MORE NEW MAN0ES.
Vv EnaTe tce'Tcd by recent arrivals niues
.'J. more ortliose unrivalled Piaxos, madeS
oyj.u. llunham and Adam Stodart A Co of!
various styles and sizes, which will be sold very low tor
c as.'1 orc"oJ note drawing interest, ud warranted to give
v. 11
aprsj n.& 1. 11.
GREENFIELD A CO.
H. 0.
. SCOVEL.
Druggist and
Apothecary,
Xorthsid of the PuUic Square, 3 doors n'estcfVts
atuAiciutc mil.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Paixts, Bausmts, Ptsrcvmr,
Powdke, Oils, Drr Srcvrs,
Faxct Articles, Suot, Vaksisuej,
Gl.433; Glasswass, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
UTEIIO ABDOMIXAI. SUP PORTERS and TRUSSES
WASHITA OIL STONES.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Ace.
XathvUle, March 11, 185-t.
MARSHAL'S SALE.
TY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS ot fieri ficU- forao
forthe Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg- 1
ments, rendered in said Court at its September Term, 1353,
to wit: 1
David Javne A Son. vs. Mark L Cartwrichf. and Leror
Armstronir. Judirment 15th September. 1S53: same. r. 1
HaSkm M ixrt mbr WhTA Som
.au.e. Judgment 15th Seplember. 353. and John M
Olv, rs .rr, Judgment Ifi.h'sei.tember. ,8..
1 will sell to tbe highest bidder for Cash at the Conrt
House door, in the City of Nashville, on MONDAY, the
12tb day of December. 1S5C, all the right, title; claim, and
interest, ofthe said Derendant, Leroy Armstrong, in and I
to the following Lots, in the City of Nashville, to wih
Academy propertr.
1.UT, ZO.
t and
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running pact Uie usual Oeptn 01 Ijots in tbat purt
City, and is adjoining the residence ot Win. Stociell. 1
mtr jid is mllninini. Ihpre, ii!cii-e,l v,aii.
ALSO, part ot l-oi,.-io. st, trontingSO reet on Summer
afreet, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the I
North-west corner or D. F. Mosely's Lot on ilie at side or
' Summer street; thence along the east side of said street
I 50 reet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with ,
, .SumiMr street 10 reet to Newuam s line; thence running
1 r-l I ! I I
i uKk Him sam uuu auum luuieet loau Alley; ineuce souiii- 1 a- uoi ramteil Uucke'K 5 bbls Rriaistoiie
wardly with said Alter CO Teet to Mo-ely's corner; thence ! 20 nests or Tubs; 5 Alum- '
" Mxrj n .-v., nuuu. 1 1 w icc xuk ixrgiu-
ning corner.
Th i,nri;.;,lo,i ;(n..t ,.r m.,,1- r. r-...i-.:,i.t :.. '
above described Lots, was convened to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deeds, besring date the 21st June, 1853, and are or re
cord in tho Register's office for Davidson county, in Book,
No 1 7. pages 25 and 295.
Both of said Lots have been levied upon as the property of
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writs
tbis 25th day of Ociobor, 1653.
. J.B.CLEMENTS.
Marshall, U. S, Middle Division, Tennessee.
By bis Deputy,., t B.N.CLEMENTS.
oct27 tf.
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IXKTJGS, &a f
BICEARLT Oi CTJSREY,
CHE.ULST AND DRUGGIST,
Ae.85 Cnton street, XasHciSe.
HAVING purchased lha entire interest in tho firm of
tulxJ?". .1' wiU """t'ooe U10 DRUG BUS!-"
NES5 m this city, and hopes that strict aUenttonto bosirma
and I the partly and ffenatnenestot hu st.)ct will ensure bint
1 liberal share of public patronage.
He expects is a few dat s to receive hi
, FALL SUPPLIES
MhDICI.NES. togelherwith tbe usual varielr of Paints,
,' triMtruand Fancy articles for the whole.
tele and edg rcLtil lnule . wtAit
loiuirnftrH; ii"ky;The.thstvnT
TB IJ?17' No" 3S Union street, Nashville, JJayUir
of iten novr rurm.sl,ingit with the choices?
nnilf l X the.rSy of CHEMICALS, MEDICINES.
DRUG, Ac, respectfully solicits a continuance oftUa rC
roup so liberally extended tokim during tbe post twoyeSs
ffiffi Nooeothercaufind.pLLitt
Physician's prescription compounded with neatness an.I
dispalchat all W.rs. and orthecboicest medicines. focrM
JUST RECEIVED A LAU(;K AND FITi T
supplyof the SHAKEU UEltltS, g
Hyssop .Catnip, Lnon,Ralm, Rue. Marsh, MallriJoubli
Tanxr, fepAcnard Spearmint, Foxglove. Hoarlu Sum
mer haror Ijlly Root, white. Moccasin Riot. Serve fowde
Pleutisy Root, Hemlock, ground, lloneset, Ac. For sale low
in any quantity. oct2.1 RICHARD O. CDRREY
l.VE OFCOLCIIICL JI SEEU.TIIE OIV
ficinal artirJ. nf Ihis vntn-l.? n,.i;-;nu .ro
Y bigfatman s manufacture, just received by
RICHARD O. CDRREY.
TINCTURE OF VERATI JI VIRIDE.-A
new and fresh supply of this Tery Taluable new reme
dy, just received by
uct-3 RICHARD O. CURREY,
SfFS I'OWDEILS OF HASKELL7 iM EIU
kj nek A Rull, - equal to if no superior to thofo of anr
other establishment. A full assortment ou hand, rresh and
gcnnine. PIi t sicians should use no other kind ofmed ioines.
o-txj RICHARD O. CURRKY.
DISSECTING CASES. FOl'it lJOZT;ASr5
or Dissecting Instruments received and rale low br
RICHARD O. CCRUKY,
pc Si- 35 Union st, Naslivilte.
T A.1.,0J'.kVTi,uv 'OK analyticaXchb:
XJ MlsTK t . The undersigned continues to give hi at
tention to the analysis of Mineral waters, ores, soils, veget
able substances, and productions of art. lie is supplied
with all the necessary apparatus and purest chemicals, and
will promptly analyze all substances placed in bin rAwae.
sion. When it is practicable, researches will be instituted
and opinions given on all chemical questions.
Terms moderate and uniform.
, RICHARD O. CURREY.
ct5 tr No. S3, Union st, NaslmUj.
0OL1), 13.VJIP, WET FEET TO PRE
vent this very dinagreeabld and unhealthy condition
or the firet, get the WATER PROOF CORK SOLKS, for sal
r noT R G SCOVEL.
200
FRESH LIVELY rCECHESjCST
received by norl IL G. SCOVEL
THE FAVORITE HRAND flk- Tnn.r.r.t
I JL Langhorn A Armistead's, for sale, a retvl or whole
I sa'e. by novl II. OSCOVKL
j r pHE .MOST li N P J t E C E O EN TED L YOPI -
' J. larandellicaciousRODY I! RACK is tliat originated
j by Dr. Uanning, for deliiate. weak and debilitated females
I or males, who sutler from weakness of the breast short
' nessofbieaih, pain in the chest, weakness and bleciingof
I the 1 tags, palpitation of the heart, dispepsia. ctutivewi-u
anu pue laiiingoi me ooweis anu tcudencr to rupture,
railing of the womb.
ForsMlaby ILG.SCOVEL,
North side of the Public Square, three doors West of tha
Nashville lun. nor-f
1)ILES PERSONS -SUFFERING FROAI
JL this very unpltstsant and painnil complaint, wU tiud
lelicr in the use of House's lile Ointment. Forsale by
II G. SCOVEL.
D " R. TRASK'S JIAGNI-l'lC OINTJIE.ST",
ought to be kept in every family, to apply iu rase ot
wound, bruises, cuts, sores, pains in the Indr, breast or
side, as well as all rheumatic affections. For sale bv tho
Agent, novt j). o. SCOVEL.
1500
Lhi. STARCII-Ou hand aud for sale bv
"cW II. tl. SCOVEL.
f R.EFENUERG AIE!)ICI. iLs-JUST
RE-
V ceneur
100 gross GraK nberg Vegetable Pills;
WO dozen Creen Mountain Ointment;
200 do Grarenbeig HeultU Riltere;
100 do hveLntina;
75 do Marslull's Dterine Cathelicou, for iliieates
or Females;
50 dozen Libby's Pile Ointment;
&V) do Dysetitery Syrup,
50 do Sarsapnrilla Compound;
200 do Fever and Ague Remedy;
100 do Children's Panacea;
lil do Consumptive Italins ibourlr ero-tedy-
eo000 copies Gruerenberg Health Ahuauac, for liil.
for gratuitous distribution.
ALEX. MACKENZIE.
Agent tjiafeiiberg Co.
novlO
CHEAP WINESJUST RECEIVED FROM
Oie Gnefenbcrg Companvin New York
50 dozen Brand r,
12 do Scliietiam Gin;
12 do GoIdSherrv;
24 do Particular Maderia;
21 do Pott Wine;
The above liquors are warranted to he genuine, and of tbe
best quality. They are imported bv the Grw feu berg Com
pany expressly for medicinal purposes-os tle subscriber
keeps these liquors solely for tlw arcommodaiion or tbe
public, and without any eye to profit, he w.ll sell them at
retail for one dollar per bottle, each, which is just about
their original cost and can ioge. and lower than any pro
Cssed dealer can undertake to sell articles of the laoia
qiuilitr- alex Mackenzie;
UOvIO Airent Grafeubcr.. I'mi.,
. - . .
in r - . . . '. .v
t ufaclurers supplied on ihe nx
STRETCII A ORR, Wl
I "cr College and Union sir
usicious, vuuniryjiercuaiiuand Alaa-
most liberal terns.
Wholesale and Retail Drusnns.
streets. tiev'j
"tOLOGNE WATER 1i:V l!!'rii'irii i
j J large supplv of superior Cohgue Water, in large fancy
bitlesFor sale by wit STRKTCH A UK1L
, pOJIPOUND OX JI.VRKOV.-.SIX)02E.s?
I J . n Gompound Ox Marrow, a valuable preparaliuu
t for tbe Hair. For sale by nov9 STRETCII A ORR.
AJIANDINE.A SL PPiTvlTF THliijy ALl
abte preparation for the cure and preTentidn'oTchiiprJ
hands. Just received awl fur sale br
1 n"T? STRETCH A. ORR.
1 .-ORTY-EIGirr ROI-TLES DR. NOR
I X t OOD'ri Tincture of Veralrum Viride, forcontroliinr
the Action of the Heart and Arterie.-", in all eases wljere there
I a preteruiitural fttquency. For sale ly
w .STRETCH A OUR.
Dit. ivateils''ito6tii soap. ijrTav t
TERS Dear Sir This is to certifv that I hare used
yourNiop Dentifrice, and am perfectlv satisfied it is tbe best
article of the kind in Use. and so loiigos you continue to
manufacture it of a pure article, jou wil I find a teadv ha'o
for it. No person iu the travelling enmimim'tr should be
without iL CII.VS. S. ROWKI.C. Jlentist.
, . , . Jf ll' Gbamlxrs street, N . Y.
tsix dozen Waters Chemical Tlb Soup, just received
and forsjle by STRKTCH A ORl
novf Omcr College and Union SL
Cases Boots, Shoes, &c.
R. S.HOLLINS&CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 aad 30, Corner of Collets and Union streets,
XASnmiE, TEXX.,
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1200 CASE'S ROOTS. HiroES, IAK. 6M-.V
TRIXKS, Ae. Reing the LARGEST STOCK of O00.U
they have ever offered in this market, and which Kir fwW;,
price and rurirfvwill epjal xivtt-ckiu tlie Cifr.
Ar.....l... .... 1 1 .. - 1 .. . -1 .
"''i u nn omen, ifuxing ineir pureRases in
NVshville, will tiud it to their INTEREST to give our St oct
j au cxatuinatiou befoie buying;.
i R. S. HOLLINS A CO.
I Pt7" leuthers. Ginseng, Reesu-itx and Wool, roccif ed ia
exchange, Tor Goods at the highest market price.
1 ugl" tr w a
NEW GOODSIEWoljDsrT1
; EECETVED AT THURSTON & 3ERNARD'3,
j Ko. 9' Tt'o Street!
"T7"E are now' receiving, direct fiom the Eastern cities,
I Vv someoriheverylatcststrlesofFalland Winter dreu
1 Goods, consisting in part of SILKS, Brocade. Plitd, Check
1 figured and plain Illock, Persian Clotiks, and all wool Musi
! liu DeLnes; Chemisettes ami Sleeves in seLs, French Nee
dle Work Collsrs, Mourning Collarsand Sleeves. Embrot'd
Unen Camb.H'dk'Cs. Velvet Ribbons. Cinnis ami i:IL-.n.
Jaconet and Swiss Insertmgsi ami Edgings, J.omet Hands'
nil Klouncinir. Ac Ac Itll-tlPtrV ....I f-rnvrj -.1
"d Flouncing. Ac Ac HOSIERY and GLOVES all
ors, which we are offering very low. Tuose in search of
Pd Goods, aud at low prices, will do well to give us a
call. No charge for showing gooila. "
sepH-tf THURSTON A REIlYliin
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Se WvesT W J r if
ero" VutMx, J
iulv"7 i!Aw If t-TFnir-t?ttvn,,
. . Ki't:r''lrt3fyTU-
1 ll V . J,"?,1?? bhU Trtlne I) U Whtslty;
A & barreU Old Moiioogaliela - .
50 tblaOld DourU.n Whisky; bbls New Engtand Rum;
u i.es.-rc :u - Miretl it iu-
loXP'lxaO'J Cog. Brondy-,10 " Old Port Wine:
2. . Holland t.m; iif boxes llrandv CheirieK
'" nine; ti - v.buet me;
20 ludtui bbls Sweet W lue; 1 " is,irted Cordialsj
100 bbls A. M. Uratidy; 15 gals. Old French JJrandy;
In store and forsale low by LANIER A BROTHER.
O LNDRI EN. too bbls best Floor? 1 ke?
O 1W bbU rM 1-lt; w tuini an.iurti:.l Irotl;
of Nails;
sv nan ousnci m easures; 1 wo 1 low s; ;
j,o lbs bar 1 d; 20 bbU No 2 Mackerel-
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'-j i.i-'-i .iinii. avv -rr '( - mikiu a 1 iiivi f Hn.
100 assorted Demiiohns: So bbLiSKAltiimd,-
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars;10 " largePecans;
5-) dox Jledcords anj Lines;50 bercs Figs:
50 bags Race Ginger; 800 " Tokiccb. assorted;
25UgsPepper; S tierce FreiU.Utce;
SO boxes Dried Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cask Madder; ' 50 boxes Fresn Tei;
10 boxes' Stooghton BittersjlO ' m (Jrome'r.best Indizo:
20 " It. W. Flour, ext; . '
Togetherwith many other articles, wlncriwill be told
low by decUco' LANIER ANOTHER, market st.
S AlltTl CU &ORIt, CORNER OF COLLEGE
and Union utieets, Nashville, Tenn, Wholesale and
Retail dealers in Drags, Medicines. Paints, Oib, DyeSlufrs.
mdow GIaas, Perfunery, Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes.
Pure Wines and Rrandtes. expresslv for medicinal pur-
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