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MERGHANDISE.
Fall and Winter
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT NICHOL'S CORNER,
.to. IS. Corner Square and Mirht Street, tfuhriUr,
HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AXD
ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and
the public, feeling assured that ho can offer as great bar
gains as can be fixind in the citr,
IN IUCU FALL AND WINTER SILKS.
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
cluding a beautiful variety or the richest and handsomest
Plaid, Brocade. Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp,
and Watered Silks, as has been in this city.
New and Beautiful Farisian Plaids,
Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and
RICHEST CO-ttRINATION OF COLORS,
Including the gay, grave, ricli and elegant.
New and Choice French Merinos.
Ti, mi lt.jir.ihlo colors in market, embracing the most
f asnionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful.
ELEGANT IUCU DELAINES AND CASH
MERES, Of the choicest patterasand most beautiful colors, and in
factevery other kind of Dry Goods . suitable for
LADIES' aud CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Crape and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in
eluding the Rich Broche, or Cashmere Shawls.
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Of Bombazines, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Blaek de'Lnines,
Bareges, Greoadins, Mourning Sleeves, Collars, ChcmixEtts,
Handkerchiefs, and evervthing else suitable tor a
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
LACE GOODS,
lloniton, Valencionne, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Chemizett and Sleeves; insettsj; Jaconet and,
Swiss Edgings, Inserting, Cambric snd Swiss Flouncing,
applique work. Also a fine assortment of
LADIES' AND GENLEMEN'S GLOVES,
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and Merino Under
chirCs "and Drawers.
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and -Shirtings, Table Da
masks, Jfapkins, Towelings, Crashes and Diaiiers.
WOOLLEN JI LANKETS j'
Quilts, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Welsh Flannels and'
Cambric, Ac, Ac.
FRENCH CLOTnS, pOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open in a few days a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
AND MANTILLAS,
Made of the very Lest material, Ac, 4c
Call and examine this large and fine assortment of goods,
. 1. 1 .t i : , . ,
buiuiuic w uic uupivaiuiu eeuuu, uuu you wiu nui 10
uiaapiuiuieu ciuicr iu Biviea or pricra.
Sept. 27, 1853. JAMES NICHOL.
HUME'S EXHIBITION.
FALL IMPORTATIONS.
1853.
1853,
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
No. 57. CoUeae street
TOHN K. HUME is now dailv receivingfrom New Tork
t) and Philadelphia, lus fall and winter supply of desira
ble goods, to which he. most respectfully invites the atten
lion of all in" want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
ui9 season. juu.i a., nu.ui.,
oct2 .No. 57 College street,
yTAPLE GOODS. Welsh, Saxony and ShakerFlan-
)0 nets; (JoloreU t launels;
French and. English Prints; Toweling; ' '
Fine Blaukets, Ac.; Napkins:
Table Cloths, Ac ; JOHN K. H DUE.
" T ANTILL AS
AND CLOA1CS. IiiohYelvet
1U. Cloaks;
Satin and Cloth Cloaks;
Cloak Cloth;
Cloak Trimmings;
Extra handsome.
Talma Mantillas;
Talma Cloaks;
"White Emb'd Mantles;
" Talmas;
JOHN K. HUME.
THUMB'S EXHIBITION. Will betoundan
r assortment of extra cheap Mous de Laines, some as
low as 125 cents per yard. ooia
A LSOjilClSILK DRESS GOODS. Magniti-
cent 'laid Silk; Kawijilfcs;
Beautiful Poult d'Solr Scotch Plaids;
Rich Changeable Silks; Stuart Plaids;
" Black Broche; Rob Itoy Plaids;
" Ital an Black Silks; Highland Plaids;
" Satin National; McGregor Plaids;
" Rep Silks; Paris de Laines;
Block Annum Silks; " Cashmsres;
" Radzimcr " Robe Patterns;
AIO English and French Merinos ofdj colors.
Purchasers ot" new, rich aud really elegant goods, ore all
respectful T invited to the einibiuon oi
v JOHN K. HUME,
octo No. 57, Collega st.
RICH FALL AND WINTER
GOO DS.
"i vt it! r;. MeCLELLAND have just received the
VV . lanrefit and best selected stock or Fall and Winter
fiOKls ever oiiereu in inia u'aie, n7 wt w .wo
tra le at lower prices than they can bo found in any other
hou-e in the city, ai .o. so ruunc njuire.
Rich Dress Goods.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed do Laines;
Check do Rich Plaid
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Super bl'k do Glasgow Plaids;
Plaid Poplins; PL-tin Mous. de Laines;
vi.in Fr'cli Merinos A Cashmeres
Ilob Roy Silks; English and German Merinos;
rteat de .Lames,
With a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac.
White Goods, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackoncts, Swisses, Tarltons;
Vat. Laces, Edgings and Inserting;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings aud Flouncing;
Lace and Mushn Collars and Cnimizetlcs;
Jaonet Collars and Sleeves:
Linen Cambric and Iavvn lldkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves. Silk aud Wool "
Suiwr Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton in;
Hint I-aee Veils. Ribbons. Ac
In Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we havo the richest as
nortnient ever olTired in this market, in Velvet, Satin, Cloth
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered billc
Mantle, With IJlolDSana eivenioriiiak.iDg mwa.
Startle Goods.
mn rv-jumeres. Vesting Satttnetts. Flmnels. Tick.
ings. Shirtings, Bleached aud Brown Domestics, Bed
in....i'fo Utimi- Pott Yttrtnt:aLfl Shawls Linuvs. Prints.
Alpaccas'. We feel confident that bujers will fiad" it greatly
lo ineir inierefc wiihiuis o. v,v -w-.u.a-.uu,
and in so doing save themselves some money.
octll
1 McCLELLAM) S, o.20 fuWic
square
-tttjb RESPECTFULLY intormourtriends aud the
V public that wo have now on hand u larje and well
nsinrtl stock of Fur. Silk and Soft Hats; Men and Boys'
Cussimere Hats; Childrens' Fancy Hats end Caps; Men's
and lJovs Ulotn, tlann ana rar uaps oi every uekcnpuon,
unsumissed in good quality, Myle and lownuss of price,
which they offer at wholesale and retail.
oct22 LANDE, ELSBAClI A CO.,
Hat and Cap ilanufactory, No. 43, Market St.
l?ALL AND WINTER GOODS. LANDE, KLS-
X BACK A CO, No. 50, Market street, have received
within the last week a laree and well assorted stocK oi eie
gant Ready Made Clothing of the best material, so that per
sons who are desirous of procuring fashionable garments
can be suited.
Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectful
ly invited to call and examine their stock before they bay
elsewhere. e are convinced that we can sell lower than
any other houe in the city, either wholesale or retail.
oct22
ALSO. Received this week a large lot of Trunks
Shirts, Stocks, eta, for sale low at
ocl22 LANDE, ELSBACHS A CO.
"VJOTICE. I am closing up my business with a viewnf
X permaneutly witnarawmg. Jlany persona are indebt
ed to me by note and account, some for years, and 1 hope
they will Call and pay up without further delay or trouble.
l'have removed my Bonks and Papers to the room ad
loining Mers. W. II. Gordon A Co.
" oug 14 SAM SEAT.
--v-.r? ir mn tfituwi.'v i imvii r. m
, x A. 1 H ) J. UUtl lj -.,
IAj Broad Street, havejunt receive! an excellent article of
JiVr, iiAlUlC, bolted aud unbolted,
nov.t bAtw.
P
RINCIl'E CIGARS. FIITEEN THOUS-
and extra Principe Cigars, just received by
novix R. A J. NIXON.
"1LERIC WANTED. A YOUNG .HAN WHO
J wrilesagixkl hand, and has a general Knowledge of
ncconutk, can obtain n situation bv mating application, witn
lefereucf!, tnM. box8i, Post (Mice.
.KKhville, Aor.ll, 185.
rpt) COUNTJtY .11 URCI1ANTS. 1 would call
X the attention of dealers to ihe heavy Stock of Wnll
i'upers, I am now receiving aud prepared to offer on the
most favorable terms. septlS W. W. FINN.
T
PHOSE FINE SNUFFS JUST RECEIVED
tier tleamer A. L Davis, 850 pounds ofSN'UFr ofau-
lerior qualities oi the fine brands ot Garrett's superior Scotch
.Snuff in bottles; Room's Macaboy in bottles and kegs. Al
eo. isuierior quaLty of French Rappee in gallon jjj-s, suit
able to travellers. Also, a large lot of line cut Cavendish
Chewing Tobacco, a new article, with an assortment of
Chalk Pipes.
The above articles I am prepared to sell YiliolesalB or Re
tail as cheep us any bouse in the West
nov4 JAMES MOORE,
Tobacconist, sign little Indian, corner Chorry and Cedar
Mrectn, Nashville.
LajLKOCB O. STETENSOX. . ROBERT t- WITJTB-
STEVENSON & WHITE.
iVo. 5D, College street.
HAVE on hand a large and desirable stock cT STAPLE
AND FANCY DllY GOODS, which they will fell
verj cheap for cash, in order to reduce their stock before
they receive their Fall purchases. All of you who like good
bargains give them a call. augl
WE have on hand a large and beautiful stock of Ladies
DRESS GOODS, such as plain, checked and broa
cade Silks; Silk Rubes, Beniges and Berage Robes; and a.
large lot of beautiful French Muslins, all of which will he
void extremely low for cash b v
augl 'STEVENSON A WHITE.
nREXCH NEEDLE WORKS STKVKN'SflV
I A WHITE have just received a very large stock of
French Netdle Works, such as Collars, Sleeves, ChimiietU.
llandkerchefs, Edgings, Insertings, Ribbons At., which
tbey are selling at very reduced prices for cash augi.
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. Wc havejiut
received a large, stock of Damask, I jnen Sheets and
Linen Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a large lot ofl'Uiu
Linen Napkin and Damask Towels, which will be sold very
low for cash by tugt STEVENSON A WHITE.
ptENTLE.1I EN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
VJT AH you who wish to purchase Cloths, Cassimerea
Vesting, Linens, Patent Shirts, Linen and Drilling Draw
ers, llair-llose. Linen and bilk Handkerchiefs, ulovesand
Cravats, cull in at STEVENSON A WHITE'S, No. 59, Col
lege flreet, for they are selling off very low for Cash, in or
der to make room for tlieir Fall Stock. aug-4-
C0M2IEECIAL IHSTjEANCE COMPANY.
ciiaELESTO.v, so cm cieouka.
Capital 8260,000: All Paid la.
T HAVE been appointed Atrentof the above Comnanr al
JL Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, Fire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company eon bo ,
seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com-
panr, on College street. I
spl3 JOHN & DASHIKLL, Agent
INSURANGEv&C.
THE KUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE. COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENHESSE2.
0'
.FFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
nt.iositethe Verandah, will insure on th mutual prui-
Msrcluuidiie. Ac aeainst Loss or D&niairebv
Fu-ri Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the
lla-ards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of'Vesselsof i
, : .1 u.:i ..r i. - . I d: ,
eVCry GeSCTTpuOIl Mailwn UIC i ctlis ui mo iCin uuu invi
Also, tlie Lives of persons in good liealtb", for a single year,
lor t. term of years, or during life. Also, Bant Notes trans
.tnittod per mail.
AU persons having their lives or property insured in tins
Institution, are entitled to a ull participation in all the prof
its, without any liability to lossbeyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
tf.S. PILCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
C. J. F. WaiBTOif, Secretary. f janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and Iho Planters Bant
Tbey will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de--Bcription
against Ere; on Steamboats and Cargo agamrt tire
andtherisk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other rivororafts, and on Nsi vessels and other cargoes, on
the uaual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President.
Jcw-rct Vaclx, Secretary.
DibkctOss. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. 35. Fogg, G.
H. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
nel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
janl
ESTABLISHED FOB TEN YEAES.
BIS
QUR Goods ,are selected and purchased by ourselves,
with great caro in the best markets, which enables us
to sell low for CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry; and we sell as cheap as anr house in the coun
try. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, FiBtols,' Revolvers and Self
cooking; Spanish Cigars, Arc, Ac. July 26 tC
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN", Proprietor.
UaBCST ST., OPPOSITE JOHNSON A corxe's TOBACCO VTASEnOCSE,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
iforbU Wartroorntoithtold ttand Corner of Summer and
Spriny Streets.
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all
kinds of workin the most tasteful maimer and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be does in any of the Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner xf Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will euable
persons tojndge for themselves, which is the best method.
Having on band all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee.
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which Twill sell low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or.in the rough state.
A large assortment of Monuments, Tombs, Battisiial
Founts, Urns, Vases, Garden Fiouccs, Grave Stones, Ac,
carved and lettered to order. Furnitup.e Marble executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-Went as cheap as
it can be procured from the East. Also, Marble Mantels,
of every description, plain or carved. BciLniNO Stone, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left at mj Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to beir interest to call and ex
amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville.
febU ly
FCNAMVIaVANfA ltAILKOAD.
THIS road now complete, It opens a communication be
tween PlUsbnre and Philadelphia, or Vittsburj; and Balti
more. Hj which Freight from the welt can reach an eastern
market quieter End cheaper than bv auy of the pres nt rival
ontas: they connect with the daily packets at Pittsburg,
from fit Lnuli, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheeling, and all the
different points on the western waters. Also with the Cleve
land and PiUibarg Kail ltoa.1, and Ohio and fennaylvanla
Kail Koad at Pittaburg. Cars ran through between Pitub'ureb
and Philadelphia wUhouttransMpraent of freight, an advan.
ta?e that can he appreciated by ail shippers.
In case of obstruction cf navigation by Ice or low water
freight westward can bo forwarded from Pittsburg to Cin
cinnati, or towns in the Interior by K&ilroad.
itATES UI' Fsttiicnr
Between Pltttburgcnd Philadelphia or Baltmore.
first CJakSi. mter Stunner
XUt. Haiti.
Dry Goods, Books and Stationary Boots,
per J00 lbs.
unoes, nats ana uarneung, f urs
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, ic.
9)
75 eta.
scroiia Ui.m.
Brown Sheeting & Shirting in Ka'eO
Drugs.Olass Ware, Groceries, except Cor- 65 ctt. 60 eta
nee. Hardware. Hollow Ware. Machinery, f i
Oilcloth, Wool, 6ic, . J
Third Clasn.
Battarln Firkins & Kegs, Candles, CoU
ton, In wlntor,! Queeuiwaro, Tallow,! 75 ctt. ots.
Tobacco, in leaf or ilanufactared, Kast-f
ward, &o. Jj-c. )
Fourth Class.
Bacon, Cotton In smumer,) Co lee. Lord 1
and Lard Oil, (throngh) Pork in full car. S 65 cU. 40 eta.
loads at .owners risk. J
Geo. O. FranclKciis,
PreigU Jifent, Pitttbxrg.
1".. J. Snecdor,
JVf At Agtxl, PliUitlpXia.
JTIagriiw A ICoons.
Freight JSgente. Baltimore
J, Li. Elliott.
Freight Arif,.Y.7 rr t.,.v.'r.
13. tl. Houston,
Ren. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
march IS, ISM ly
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
United Stsites Mail .Line
Through in 48 to 50 Hours.
NEW YORK AND. CHARLESTON SEifl
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE
-r-j LEAVES Adder's Wharves every Satarriar
and Wedneday, after the arrival of the cars
EJtelJess; lrom lne aoum aim est.
On tSaturday, the new and splendid steamer Jns. Ad
ger, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander 3Iarloii,
1,200 tons, W. Foster, Commauder.,
On Wednesday the Union, 1,."00 tons. Richard Adams,
Commander .Southerner, 1, W0 tons, Thos. Kwany Com
mander. " , -'
These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safetr.
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 freicht or pasKasre. having eleeani State Ro-im Acoom-
modations, apply at the office of the Agent,
septlb iUi.Mtl MU3SKUUA, j
CornerKasi uay ana Adger s bou. liarves.
Cabin paisnge ?5. Steerage J3
FRESH RECEIPTS BY NICH0L & PEACOCK.'
"TEW FLOUR. 100 bags St Ixiuis Mills, expressly
1 for family uso oug7 NICHOLS PEACOCK.
OTAU CANDLES. S00 boxes, halfand quarter boxes
kj Star Caudles.
aug7
NICHOL ATEAC0CK.
O.UGAIIS SO bbls St Louis Crushed Sugar;
lO 10 ' - " Powdered
aug7 NIC1IOL & PEACOCK.
TAVA AND LAOUyilA COFFEE. ao bas-s
fj old Gnvenunont Java Coilee ; SO bags Laguvru CotTee;
ISO bagsRio Coffee. NICHOL & J'EACOCK.
aug? tw
WALL PAPER.
TUST received a snlcndid assoitment of Gold Paner.
tl Gold and Velvet Borders and Plain Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Sic, together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, now patterns, wide Green Tcistcrs, Sec
KEfOn hand, a large assortment of tmclazed oaners.
from 10 to 25c per bolt.
KliAUU.V UUKHriV.
No. 2?, College stroet; next door to tho Sewanee House
N.B. Paper-hanging done in the best manner. oct2
STORING COTTON.
TERKINS &: CLACIC Are now prepared to re-
JL ceire, store ono snip cotton, i-iuenu advances made
to consignments. oct.2.
P ICT'ORIAL HISTORY OF ALTrNATIONsT
FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS TO THE PREsI
ENT TIME. By S. G. Goodrich.
Cost $11,000 120'J Pages Maps 700 Eogravings A
library of itself, and sold by Subscript ion only.
decs aim J. lit, V1H, Agent.
Derby & Miller, sols Publishers, Aurburn, N. T.
The great object of this work is to undent a Universal
History, suitable, in form, extent, and arrangement, to the
wants of the mass of American readers. The editur gives
tha geography of each country whose history is presented,
and pars careful attention to carouoloirv. so that atevcrv
page, and in every chapter, the reader may know the place
where and when, an event happened. Tliis plan, together
with that of presenting each nation separately, cannot fail to
render everything attractive. IVaUhnan and, KtjltcUir.
This work ought to hare a place in every-family library.
It is a complete historic cyclopxia in one volume, available
fordailrand familiar, use, as a book of reference. Gomel
Jianntr. Auoueta. Me.
J Conipends, of high merit as to accuracy and philosophic
analysis, are abundant; but Mr. Goodrich has been the
first to give a clear, comprehensive view of 'all nations
ar.d people, since the creation each presented separately,
yet blended into a continuous narrative BoiUm Dailp Bee.
(COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
J Wo are now oflerinir for sale, tliat beautiful Coun fS5
try Residence of Mr. S. J. Carter, situated on the Mur- " 'a
froesboro' turnpixe about S miles from Nashville. It con
tains about CO acres, one half in a high stale of cultivation,
the residue heavily timbered; three never failing springs,
from one of which the water is carried to the dwelling; an
extensive orchard omtaining agreat variety of the very best
fruit in all this coj ntrv. Dwelling commodious with ne-cessarj-out
buildings. 'This isone of tho handsomest places
in the neighborhood of Nashville, and will be sold at a bar
gain. We will show the premises at any time to any one
desirous of examining the same.
LINDSLEV Si CROCKETT,
decs lm No. 33 College st.
DR. 1. S. WOODWARD. OUico No, V Cherry
street, throe doors north of Church street, has on hand
Vacine Mattel of the very best quality, which be will sup
ply to the profession generally. oct6 ly
t RAHAJI BREAD Graham Bread for dispeptics
JT twsr daj-.
ocasr R. & J.- NIXON.
MEDICINAL.
WHOLESALE
DRUGGISTS,
No7, North College Street, j
NASHVILLE TENN.,.
WOULD respectfully inform Druggists, frtesn'
Phystciani and - Manufacturers, that ther bave
again commenc-d &e Vrvg business in the new bmlding
of College, near Church RtrVef. and intend coohning them
s-lve?toWe -WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is near,
w lnlirey afresh one, and-they an determined to make
&S "to Pricei and-qualitic. ratisfaetory. They offer for,
sale low forcash or on lime to punctual men - , .
J 640- gallons best Whiter Sperm. Oil; . (Iu1',
8fi0 " " Tanners' Oil;
lOtf.") pounds Indigo, of prime quality;
14B8 do Madder. " . '
C30 do Extract of Logwood, in small boxes;
40 do Cochineal;
65
1500
HW
1000
550
7500
do
do
do
do
Muriate of Tin; . '
Alum; ' : '
Relined Salpefre; " ' ,
Epsom Salts; '
Gum Camphor; - ''
do
do
Sun. Carb. Soda;
!.'
90 Gro. M'Lane a Vercitfuge:
10 do M'Lane's Liver Pills;
- -20" do- Fahnentock' Vermifuge;
100 dot. Mustang Liniment
100 Gro. wood boxMalches;
830 dot Mason's Blacking; -?
280 m. Gil); Caps; ;
1000 iionnds Red Lead dry;
800 do White (Jo do;
400 do Letharge;
1600 do Eng, Venetian Red;
260 budi. Kentucky Rlue Grass Secdf '
45 boxes Bonn's Scotch Snuff, in packages;
' 21" do Garretfs do' dor "
60 dor. do ip bottles; -
48 do HaccaboySnuff, in "cots; ' ,-:
1000 lbs. " u invars and bbls;'-
800 boxes Window Gla&s-iHsiortod: "
:.;7
1. 1.
4000 lbs. Putty; " " -
ISO pounds Pearl Sage; ' -1
110 do Tapioca; "' '
650 do Gum Arabic; '
S6 dot Coil L;verOil Rushton, Clarke & Co'sj
60 do" Seidlet's Powders, in tin boxes;
8ft do. Soda; " - - '.
GO pounds Calomel, English and American; r ' '
215 uo hpirits AilricActticr; T
68 do Aqua Ammonia; , . Jr
20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron; v
ScbscfTelin.s Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of variotastyles;
Physicians' Pooliet Cases of Vials a large, varity;
Ami)Utsting, Dissecting, Lythotomy, Trepanning and
Midwib insthltr.ents, in cases;
Medicine Chests a variety cf styles and size.
Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac, taken
at the highest market rates. foctl8tf
ZINC WHITE FAINT. 50 kegs received and for
sab) ow. This article is said to be much superior to
White Lead in. brilliancy of color, durability in exposed
situations, and all tlie purposes to which the latter is applied
and costs but little more. It is comjiig largely into ue in
the eastern cities. ootJO ' EvVla: JjHOTIIERS.
a OLD LEAF AND FOIL. 10 ounces Abbey's
best Gold Leaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received
and for sale low by oct20 EW1N BROTHERS.
MEDICINES, THAT HAVE BEEN FULLY
testad,iuring lite past year, by many of theraost.re
spectable citiuns cf Nashville- The advertiser is permitted
to refer to Mr. Samuel Watiina, whosa g rfaut was cured
of a most inveierate Scrofula. Also,' the beryanj of Sir. J.
Colilus of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer' have j
been cured; twenty cases of Bone Felon. Mr R. II. Jones s
son was cured of Sore Eyes, afte" having been under the
treatmaqtof two of tho most distinguished Physicians for
eight months, almost totally blind.
At least on hundred ra-pccuible persons in Nashville,
and Its vicinity, "an be seen who wjll Touch for the great
benefits of his course of treatment, without the ijse ot the
knife or mercurr.
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheiunatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis
eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, aud all im
purities of the blood.
Twenty years ef constant Practice, fifteen in New Orleans,
prior to coming to Nashville. Those interested, are res
pss'fully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any
charge.
Oltico No 47 Union it, near Cherry.
novlO-ly. b EDWARD THOMAS
KEB'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER AND 1NDEPEN'
PENT CORIJ CHOPPER.
rptHIS very Important invention has been in use about
I. tiiree years, i tie inventor no macte improvements
which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN
CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to
every one who has used it, and is the most superior machine
in useyfbr tho purpose for which it is designed. It is sim
pie in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is
self-feeding, and easily worked by a bov 12 years of age.
It will cut traw or corn' in tba shuck from half inch to
three inches in length. Many certificates might bo pro
duced irom farmers wuo nave used meni, to prove their
superiority over anv other straw and corn cutter now in
use. Persons cee jmg such an article may rest assured
test in it luey will und a vaiuahie acquisition to their larm
or stable.
The subscriber has srcatlv extended his means forrnan.
ufacturing these machines, and hp now solicits for them
the attention of the public, and tho farmers and planters
particularly, of the South and West. He will hereafter be
able to fill all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to
do the work for which they are designed.
Being the invsntar and patentee, and sole proprietor, he
will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable
teroM, to suy juecuauicwuoinay wisnio manuueture inem,
auu win lurciisu uue ei oi casting uir patterns.
scp7 Cm JOHN E. EEB.
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FARM FOR SALE
rpHE subscriber would call the attention of those who
wish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to the following
proper! v which ho offers for sale.
1st. Jackrou Furnace and lands, say about 2500 acres.
This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the Slate, being
47 feet high. Tho furnace, except the stack, is now being
rebuilt, and will be ready to put in blast br tluflst of No
vember. The route of the North Western Railroad, as sur
i eved. passes immediately by tho Furnace. The ore is un
surpassed, and the timber and ground admirably adapted
for coalinsr.
Also. BelleTiew Furnace, and aboat 3600 acres o land.
including the Dickson ore bank.- This Furnace is ou Jones'
Creek, anout three miles South of Charlotte. There is
good water power, and. alio good farming lands attached to
this property.
Also, the Valle v Forsre on Jonej' Creek, and about 37.'
00 acres of land. The tall is 23 feet, and the head of water
immense. There are some very uce farming lands in this
. 1 . - 1 . ,i . I - 1 1 . I . tT
iraci, and It is aiwgsuier a muat unmuiu location.
Also, the Mill Creek propertr and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee.' The Mill Creek sites, of
which there are live or six, present the best water powers
for the size ot, the stream mat can do lound in any country.
The Duck River oro bank is tho heavlest denosite 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 the lands around ore covered with the
best coaling timber.
Also, the Lower Tuand. at the Narrows of Harriett). 'in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for
buildings and machinery. It is unnecesi ary to speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Harpetb, It is known to
every one, and twenty-five years of experience enables tha
subscriber to speak with certainty of its great benefits and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only tobeseen tobe appreciated.
Lastlv. mv Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and
which lor beauty and fertilitr is second to none The house
is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best.dewrip
tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, aud also
by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 from Frankliu. It is a "meadow
farm," watered bv Little Harpoth, and the best evidence of
its quality is the nay produced on it mis year, wiucn ail
trim fiFaumn it nmnnilnm it 1hf tuta! 1ttv hnrp aritr wii
Ills altogether ouo of the most desirable farms for beauty
.T..1. .1.- . 1. . - i .
and prom maws iu tue ouuiu-nesu ifccuuuuuo auuui sou
teres.
The above propcrt j is offered for sale, not for the purpose
of profit or speculation, but simply from the facitlmt the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of
the care, necessarily incident to so much real property 1b
cated at different points, and renders him unable to give it
tliat personal attention which it icquires.
Auy one wishing to purchase any of the above i property
will please call on the subscriber at his residence, or ad
dress him at Good Spring P. O., Williamsou county. Ten
necsee. augSl 4m ,M. BELL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1854, and send bill to this office.
-T EROES FOR SALE. The subscriber has sev
LM eral families of Negroes that he will sell at private
wilo to persons residents in this State, and who intend to
keep them therein. Residence on the Nashville and Frank
lin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. M. BELL.
aug31 lm.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA LANCAS
TER DLSTRIOT.
Ex Parte. 1 Petition for salo of House and
Minor Clinton, Exec't of Lot, Land and Negroes estate
Abram Perry, dee'd. J of A Perry, deceased.
IT is ordered tint tha children of the brothers and sisters
of Abram Perry, deceased, late of Lancaster District, S.
C, that were livingattlie death of Margaret Perry, widow
of the late Abram Perry, (which was June SOth, 1851,) do
establish their rietits Deiore tne commissioner in fcquitv.
for Ijmcastcr District, S. G, on or before the 1st day of
March, 1854, and that the. Commissioner do report thereon
at the next Court 6f Equity for said District, (which will be
June 26tb, 1S54 I
Tbe above order was made in above case, by the Court,
at June Term, 1353, and the persons to whom tho same re
fers and applies are notified to comply with the requisitions
therein set forth, a failure to make known and establish tbe
relationship aforesaid, will cause the estate of th Testator,
(Abraham Perry,) to be distributed between those who do
establish such relationship and operate as above to those
who do not. JAMES It. WITHERSPOON,
Commissioner in fcquity, Lancaster District, S. C.
deel Sm.
35 Tho following papers will copy three months and
forward their bills with a number of the paper; they are al
so requested to notice the same editorially: The Common
wealth, Frankfort, Ky.; The Register, Raleigh, N. C; The
Advertiser, Montgoijerr. Ala.; 'lhe Recorder, MilledgeviUe,
Ga., The 1 lag nl the Union, Jackson, Miss.; The Union,
and American, ISashville, Tenn.; The union, Washington
City. lA)icV!itr Ledger. J. IL W.
CRUTCHF1ELD HOUSE. FORMERLY GB1FFINH0USE,
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE.
THIS wellknowullotel situated within a fewstep3 fj
ot the passenger car landingof the Western and Kjjlj
Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of-i"
Thomas Crutchfield, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Bryson and
Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Grilnn acquired a very high reputatien as a first class hoteL
The present proprietor having secured the services of Col.
Griffin's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excdlent
cook and house boy, and havingfumished the housa entirely
anew Jiopes to retain its high reputation and meritpnbhe
patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with anomni
Lus to and from the bouts. THOS. CRUTCHFIELD,
leb21 ly Proprietor.
BUSINESS 0A11DS.
j S. A. SAWTES, O. L. WALLACE, c. nowAttn.
SAWYER, WALL1CE & CO.
! COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
; E. HOWARD,
stptlG New Orleans. '
S. E. M'CAJIT,
Commission and Forwarding Merchimt, -CJTATJ'AXOGJ,
TXN,
Rtrrs-ro
. , D. Pearl. 1
Laxicq & Riiutbzbs, NaMmlle, Term.
Ewi.v rJeoTHKHK,
W. S.WHITMAX,
angl4 Scitw w
JSO. U. HEIGHT. JAMIS JU BBIGHT-
J. 3f. & J. R.-BRIGHT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
layeUtriUe, Tennttnt.
TXT1LL practice n jhp sataral Courts of Lincoln and Uie
VV adjoining Counties, and in tba uprerne Court at
Nashville.
,6pt23 6mtw.
WILLIAU T. R0S3. JAMES St. DAVIDSON
ROSS & DAVIDSON,
FAYETTEVILLE, TENfi".,
Willjiracticel-aw in Lincpjn qqd bp djoinincoiQtlJ.
oct5 6m ' "'
BESEr UT, IB. S. X. HOLLIKOSWOBTn.
HART & 1IOLL1NGSWORTH1 .
Wholesale Grocers, Commission, Receiving and For
warding' Merchants,
. No. 49 North side .Public Square,
ogl4- Nashville, Tess.
RENJ. V. SHIELDS & CO.,
COHHISSIpN 2IERCHANTS, AND GENERAL AOENT3,
NEW ORLEANS.
Having peimanently located In this City, spjipit consign
mcnts.of Cotton, Tobacco, Ac.
Recsiving and Forwarding with the filling of Orders
dromytly attondod to. octl4 6m.
E. A. HORXE, S. 8. WILLIAMS, JNO. A. VBBXB.
JOHNSON, IIOKNE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Comiaission and Forwarding Merchants, am) Stcrers cf
Cotton and Tobacco.
"ner of MiirlZ and SroadSle.. XtuXcflle.7in.n.
' jply 8', 1853.
L. A. LAXtEB. B. LAX1KB.
MSIER & Bit QTHER,
AVholosale Groperu,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
And Dealers hi Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
ept4 Market street, Nashvill
PICKETT, HACMORD0 & CO.,
BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
A'Jf ORLEANS. '
WM. S. PICKETT )at- of the firm of PICKETT, PER?
KINS 4 CO. and J. R. MACMURDO. Banker, liav
ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a
Ranging qnij Gpnopil Cpminission Rusiuess,
in this City, undar firm of Picket;, llapyaupo li pp.
Particular attention paid to tho sale ot Cotton, and to the
shipment ofSupplies and Murchandise generally.
u'iC. y2l
JAKXSH TDOMAI,
W. C. WlllTTUOXKa"
TUUitlS At WUITTIIOUNE,
Attorneys n luiv,
COLUMBIA TFJVJfESSEE.
JXj"WJJ1 praetlea tlieir profeaslon in the counties of
Maury, ManhaTf, lilies, Lavrfinea, Lpwjj, and Hickman.
dec 9. tf.
JOHN SULLIVAN ic SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provision?, snd
Western Prodnce Generally,
Jialiitnore, Md.
Rxfzp.Excu. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq.
Messrs. Johnson & Home, Nashville, Tenn. june3 6m.
W. H. OOEDON", " C.-B.'BBrAX.
W. H. GORDON & CO.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sals of Merchandke, generally, .
Janl XAjiBTTLLE, TXXX.
a. r. davii;,
ATTORSBV AT. LAW.
JaCXSOM, TlRiT.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will
flire prompt atteutloa to collecting and any other bnslness
n his profession. feb It
Q. MACGKXGOB, ."T. K. AIXOWAT, J. BAKKQEAD.
MACGREGOR, ALL0WAY & CO.,
COaUIISSION 3IERCHANTS,
55 St.Cuaklxs Stbkst, (third Store above St, Charlps Hotel,)
New Orleans.
N. E. ALLOWAY 4 CO.. Nashville, Tenn,, are at
all times prepared to make liberal xash adt auces on ship'
ments to us. fspplG
L. H, SIMPSON & SONS,
IIU-OHTEES Or
Wines, Brandies. Cigars, Champuignes, &c,
NO. 19, BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK.
And Reg la Bastipk. Bordeaux. mayl6 ly.
WEBBS & RAWLINGS,
GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MES
, CIIAHTS,
Main tlreet, one door North cf Union, Mmpiie, Tcnnente.
HAVE on hand a .full supply of Gnceries, Bagging,
Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork, Lard, Candles, Flour, Ac,
which they will furnish to their customers on the usual
terms.
All Cottons Shipped to them by water will be covered by
an open Policy unless written across the faco of the Bill of
Lading, at the tiipe of shipping, no Intvranc.
13 We are prepared to make Cosh Advances on Cotton
in store.
WEBB", RAWLINGS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 53 Otrondelct Street, Sew Orleane.
Any of our friends who wish facilities on Cotton.to be ship
ped to our house in New Orleans can call on us at Memphis)
or address Us at N. Orleans. julySS jfiin.
13?" Eagle AEnq, Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville;
W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six months, andsend in' bill.
Memphis Afjifol. ff
B.F.BELL.
Wholesale and Retail .Grocer, Dealer Jn Foreign and
n - t i n . -r. i - r ,
AfUUlCBUU AilMUUtS, AtiVClVilUJ, x urw araiug ana
CommiMion Merchant,
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23. '
teb2
HERR.TIAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Composition.
Tews. Ono Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention.
feb2 ly.
H. C CABCTU. W3I. TEKOr. . C. DC W
CARUTH, TERRY & DEW. '.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154, Market St.and 25, Mttchattt St PiiladeW.ia "
fapriU ly
R. H. FRASER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NO. 13 CAROSDELKT STREET,
New Orleans.
REFER TO:
Tenn.; Jas. C. Malooe, Esq., Athens, Ala.
octa iy.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
DASisL w. ncssetL, n.- n. bond,
Franklin Tenn. Bethesda,Tenn.
RUSSELL & BOND,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
No. M, Brojdicay.ithcilif, Tenn.
f-7 Tbo hichest market nrice Dald for Feathers. I!eis.
wax, Lard, Bacon, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac., Ac
i
THE EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
Furis Imported Ronuets, millinery, A:c
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1853.
500 FANCY BONNETS.
TTTE would respectlully inform the Ladies of town
VV and countrv that we will, nn Tiiml'iv mnnttn'.. ,v...
4th, exhibit for their especial benefit, the largest ami most
ueauinuisiocK oi xancy Bonnets, anu new styles, ot Emb d
broideries and Fancv Orwvisilc rmnrisino. eon Aiitintu
Havinir imnorted a trreat nart direct from Paris, nirnnnu
shall be lower than any of the boxed up millenery adver-
veriizeu us lasuiunaoie anu nroiessin? to ue tne latest rivIm
I Our long engagement in tbo business, now nioo Tears in
nasavuie, ana aoing a very extsnstve business, must give
us advantage over any other house in the city, nnd we flat
ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfied. So, nnw
Ladies, we wish your visits to make vour selections. We
can make you look more enchanting than ever this fall, for
il,a.4M.f l...n , .....1 .. .. T.7:.., 1.-.':. t.i; I
iu,DiEGun uu nsuuiujja, uariuf; uuuica UI superior
good tasfe from England, Frauca and New York, to assist
us in our establishment We have added to our stock 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 iS5 cents per vard, su
perior Merinos at 80c worth 1.25; rich Needlework goods,
Cbeinizetts, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, Undersleevcs,
Handle'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. Having a large stock this fall, our object is to
make small profits nnd large sales, giving the purchaser
advantage of good bargains.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. 46, Union Street,
next to tbe State Bank.
E. WISE,
oct 4 8m Agent!
MILLINERY.
RONNETS, RHIEONS, Ac.
No.
14 Cherry Street, near Vnion.
MRS. E. LOCKHART respectfully informs the Ladies of
Nashville and country, that she has now received her
select Fall assortment of the newest and most fashionable
styles of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Plumes, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to tbe Ladies for past favors, I flatter mysel
that I have something very beautiful to show them this
season. Please cull and see before you purchase elsewhere.
JIBS. E. LOCKHART,
oct27 tf 14 Cherry st.
j. nr.
Lyly WL w
TEANSPORTATIOK
RATES REDUCED.
THE Nashville, and Cltattaxioogo Railroad AiTVn
Company, and the Tennessee River M. M. JUBBH
and Transportation Company, have adoptsd the-BS
following rales of Transportation oh Freight between Nash
ville, Tenn and the various landings on the Tennessee
River.
FROM NASHVILLKTO
e
e
a
a
Fufrr C L us-BooU,Shoes,
Hats,Uonnet3, Dry Goods!
generally, Cigars in boxes
Wooden 'Vitare, Ugbt and
Hollow Ware. Cattlnzs
- : f-i :
l- 'Si I . ,.
i .
....70 -...70 ....80 ....85
: -
. . -. if,
'.i t - . . .
c '
. . .' i t
....CO .:.C0 .'...70 ' , ,
f;5J mtU
i 5bi'iii56 i oo . oo
1 00 . 1100 1 30 1 50
....85 ....85 1 00
1 70 170 2 1Q S 15
1 70 .,1 70 2.10 2.15
1 30 1-30 1 50 1 CO
2 50 2 50 2 75 3 00
10 00 10 00 12 00 13 00
I 8 50 8 50 9 50 11 00
50 50 ..65J .85
Wool, Feathers, Ginseng
Horse CaIlars,Stove'
and Stove Ware. Teas,!
Drags in keesftfitl boxes,
oauaierTf anaies, uon
fectiontnes, Ac., per 100
pounds
SrctjsD Cti-Sugar,
Coffee. Molauet. Hails.
Tin Plate,' Bar and Pij
Lead, FUh In barrels,
kegs, Kits, flic., vt inuow
Glass, Cotton Yarn, Uo-
mestics, Hemp and Rags
In halesrouaccoln boi
o,Klce,ntdo, RsleHono
nagging, uoruage, iain'
er in rolls and bxs, liar J
Glnsaand Qnfrons-
wsre In crates snd boxes,:
Lead and Paints tn ke;,
Clover Seed. ChecSu.
Cjndles, Soap, Buttbr,
Beeswax, Oils, Brandies,
Wines and other llquori,
Varnish.Tnrpentlne, &e
per I uu ids
Tmap Ctast Baton,
Lard and Eok u tjerjiej
or barrets, Bar lion,
.CO
heavy Castings, irln4
Stones and updreued
Marble per 100 lbs ,.
Plir MitaliperlOOlba...
...;35!
?I 50
1-0C
....85 1
W blsky.perbbl of40gal.
Mll.pernoi.
Flour, per bbl, and fait
sack.,...-
Porter Ale, an J Domes
tic liquors, per bMoK0
galons , ,.
Lard.Llmeed. or other
170
Oils of Tennessee Man u-
faetnre, per bbl of 40 gala.
Powder, securely pack
170
ed In casks orho(jjheads,i
per 100 pounds
Carboys, Mineral Acids,
1 20
(a( Company's conven
ience,; cacn,., ,,,
Piano Fortes, boxed..
Cotton Glna boxed, and
f ortanle narrow's o r.
Qu een of the South Jllllr,
each.........
Plows (assorted J and
8 50
Cultivators, each..
53
REGULATIONS,. CONDITIONS, AJfP KfCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing less thanloOfbs., will be in
variably charged as 100 lba. First Clajs Rates.
All articles of unusual size or weight, charged ia propor
tion to tho trouble and expense of handling and space occu-
Ooods in Packages not secure or insufficient for tha pro
tection of contents, will be transported only at owner's
risk.
AU 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 tbey
will not be allowed.
The above Companies trill not be. responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or ether Liquids, or for lhe 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 Breakage, Chafing, Frost, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delavs, vie
Molasses, Dressed Marble, Class and Chinaware, Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, loo.-e, Demiions, Fur
niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, LiyeStopkoferery descr'rptipn, Boxes, Ci
gars not Cased; Carboys Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical
Instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed Saab, Trees and
Shrubberyi Stoves and Stove Castings, Light and Hollow
Castings.
On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and" aR
intermediate points, no extra charge will be made during the
low watorscison, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Rates, will tlien be charged at Third Class, but
detentions aru-ing from low water are entirely at the, risk of
the owner. t
On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermedirJe points to
Chattanooga, Twenty ;jve (25) rents for 100 lbs may b$ added
during low water, but in nd pas? is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention ot Goods during or on account of
low water.
Goods consgcei to C W. Anderspn, Agent, N. (i C. R.
R. C.; Nashville, will be received on the wharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward wiibput extra charge for Drayage or
Commission.
No Freight received on tbe Wharf; nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and allotherArticlesnot enumerated above sab
ect to special contract.
Emigrants with their families and moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to mike contracts or desiring informa
tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, will
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. iCK.il O, Nash
ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres , Tenn. River M.M. i T.C.,
Chattanooga.
n. I. ANDERSON, Supt, X. fc C. R. R. C.
JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. River M. M.& T. C.
june2.
FALL ARRANGEMENTS.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. T) Y an arrangement between the South Carolina, .
XJ Ue
eorcia. Western and Atlantic and Nashville!
and Chattanooga railroads, goods will be brought.
through to NaslivUle at the following rates:
nitST CLASS.
Boxes Hats, Bonnet', Furniture, Teas and other light
goods, per cubic foot J2
SECOND CLASS.
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con
fectionaries, Camphene, Spirits Turpentine, in casks,
c., perlOOlbj. J210
TIIIED CLASS.
All articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer
ated in the tariff of the roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
at the Freight Agent's Office) perlOO lbs..,....i 25
Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent of
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooga,
and Ageut of South Carolina Railroad C6T, at Charleston.
Persons shipping front eastern clfies can ship by steam
ers at or about 12c., by propellers at Be, and aauing ves
sels at from Sc. to 7c per foot
When the Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be
made, of which due notice will be given
H. I. ANDERSON, Sunt Jf. A C. R. R. Co.
N, B. The same difference will be made when goods are
to be delivered at Decherd, Sbelbyville and Murfrecsboro,'
or other stations on our road, as is now made between
freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from
the above points to Chattanooga, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. Si T. Co.
june!6-tf H. I. A.
NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
adelphia to Pittsburg, Pa., Massillon, Wooster, Cleve
land, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis: LoiaTette.
Great tv est Passengers will find this the most pleasant
route toN.Orleaas. Only SI 1 to Cincinnati ; $12toLouis- f
ville; JlfftoSf. Louis, Via Pcnnsyvania Railroad, an the.
followinffdaily Steam Packets from Pittsburg: BuckeyeStaic, !
Cant M W Belfslioover, leaves PittabunrSundav: kershma i
State, Capt Charles Stone, leaves Pittsburg-Monday : Alle
..1 m.ol. v-"IJ. .-.., ! . :,i . i V
day: Pitisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Iittsburg Fri
burg Saturday, lioarding and lodging on board the Packets,
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, $2; Louisville, $3; St.
Louis, $3.
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia foTittsbitrg,
$9 50; Massillon, 10; Cleveland, J10; Mansfield and Crest
line, ill; Colurabui, $12 C5; Toledo, 818; Cincinnati, (via
Crestline,) $15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. It.)
IS 25. To' Chicago, YVaukegan, Kenosha, IIL, Racine, Mil
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad. S18.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N."EJ
rt r i - l M. 1 1 1 .: r. L i ir..i..ip 1 . ...
vuriiearuiociiuviAiuruiu uuu aiaraei oireeis, wnereticxets
cm be purchased of Bingham & Dock, Agents of the State
and CoiumbiaTRanroad Lines.
The 'morning-Express Tram through to Pittsburg, Cleve-
nil ntnntnnit; on.l rVilmrrr. ntll l.., t T '.I..Iu I it
Through to (linnn.
nati in 44 hours, Including one night's comfortable rest at
Pittsburg.
The above lines ms fhroueh and slon at Lancajfeir ir..
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John
stown, Greenbttrg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case ofloss, the Companv will hold themsel
ves responsible tor personal baggage onfy.'nad for an amount
not exceeding 100. THOS. MOORE, Agent
june 4 tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for Harrisburg, via Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will leave tho above station
at-ljf, P.M.
POTLOTOKEN 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 cf the suffering attendant upon the lives of females
at tbe present day may be traced to some slight imprudenco
orneglect diiringsome ci itical period of their peculiarBea
sons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, if not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which, either hurry them
to au early grave or render them invalids for life. Many of
the tairest and loveliest or creation, at that age when thebud
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from '
the effects of obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist I
nature at that eventfulperlod.
TRY THE PHIL0T0KEN. I
It is not offered as a cure of allills that flesh is heir to, i
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com- '
plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can
perform. Sold by SCOY1LA- MEAD,
111 ChaHres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
allorders must be addressed,
julyl ly dtwAw.
INKS. ARNOLD'S COPYING INK; RED
Ink; Arnold's Blue Fluid; Guizot's Carmine; Mavnard
A Noyes's Black, in all sized bottles; Parson's Indelible Ink
by the dozen or single Dottle. For sale by
nov6 CHARLES W. S1IITH, College street
HARDWARE.
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HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
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FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 47, ColIege St.
NASIIYIUV, TENN.
ARE now receiving b;ir Fall supply of Knnlware
. nd Cutlery direct from the manufucturers in Eu
rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten
tion of Merchants visiting Nashville fbrtheirFall stocks.
Their stock in store and daily coming- to hand cmn prises s
full assortment of BlacksmitW and Carpenter' Tools, Cut
lerv. Guns, and all articles in their Iipe.
They receive Veathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
the very highest market -price in exchange lor Hartlwar?;
or in" payment of debts. augl 8
Nashville Carriage Manflfactory
CARRIAGES!! CARRIAGES!! I
THE sabscrlbertakesthlsDiotbod of (returning his most
sincere thanks tohli friends and the poblicgenerally, for
uie pairvaagv db um airvauj rrceivva, ana wouiu say ui
them, that he no has on hand the Lni ecu and HeM
. . trniu' , f . r . .
assortment of WORK everoffered Inthls market: from tho 1 rPHE -UOST UNFRECEDENTEULY POFl -liChtTROTTISO
SULKY lo the finest CA KRIOLA CAR- , -L lar and eIGcacioa BODY BRACE is that cnVinatail
L K1AGE. all of mvowa Mannfaeture,
fersonj rrom a aistancocau rest assured or alway finding
something that will suit their taste, "If In theshapoofa
Carriage." I have the Vest ITorkuieu to do lliy
Work, Call aad see mv assortment.
5. B. I am prepared to Ootid Work to order assort no
tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and will
sell or repair at as low a price asanygoodbsllder.
FRED. SLOAN,
Jy. 14- Lower Market Street.
IPO Till: rUIIUC.TUK inbsenber
A begs leave to state that be still carry on (
tha COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS, (
at Ms old stand onNortb Market st. two doora"
below H. & R. Douglass, cc Co. Keeps constantly onhand
a large and well assorted ateck from a tight Ua rgy U a Car
rlola. eontlnnatton.hopInicbvcheanneu.duraMliliandzoodwerk-
manshlpta merit your patronage.
Jang ly. GKO.L. SLOAN.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB-
, . TalSHMENT,
iio. li, ueaar sirea, jsrr aoore j ram me rvuie -Xjuare,
f HERE may be found a choice and well selected vjj
v t smck ui L..uiua, i,aimieres anu y eMings, ail Wr
of which will be made up to order In the moat Fash- 'f 'T
city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times. '
loname rrie anu ai as snen rwuice an run t iinn in ,nr
Rend V -llndc Clothing. Coats. Pants, and Vesta of
all kinds. A tine assortment of Men's Furnishing
Goods: Slit and Merino under Shirta, Shirts, Stockr,
Gloves, Susponders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen. Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Sic,
J2F"Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine. fmrS TH03.J. HOUGH. Agent
AGEIQULTUBAL MANUFACTURING COUP ANT.
g2l THIS establishment tsnow prepared
uuuq iriows oi eveJ uescnpuun,
. j t., .r j Til'
and any other farmiqg impliments used in.
this country.
The prices for such things will not be more than is uaid
for them brought from other places. We are ready to re-
uuuiumo unites, i, c are rvauj iu re- , it vrnn,i; . . - ' . , -----ceive
orders for Wheel Barrows and Cartd, and otberuten- t ,-f- .oou,Vu "c nre , cra,ruln '"de. rorcontrclhnsr
i r ,. . ' me Art inn firthA IIao, . . 1 ii . i . i
Ills for makinz roads.
The Manufacturing of Waggons is under the Superinten
dence of Wilson Mullen, whose work is well known here.
We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters and Merch
ants in tne surrounding counties forourwork.
One or two good Wagon Stakeja wanted immediatelr
Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
jnnel5 Lower Market Street.
DAGUEARRAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH
MENT. DOBYVS A YEAROUT, Naihville, Tcnnjssea, College
Street,
Doiirx A Hall. Louisville, Ky.
Dobtxs A Kicuakuso.n-, Morssewet, New York.
Donrxs A Spacloino, St. Loui3, Mo.
Dobtns 4 Ykacoct, Memphis, Tenn.
Dobtxs A Hakkinqton', New Orleans.
Atany of tho above establishments, you can procure as
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 prepared
m either city to furnish artists with every article used in the
art Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock on
iiiwjt iraauuauic icrma. UUllln
N. B. Pictures taken in anr kind of weather, and cfdn
ceased persons at all ttmei. 1
augl? it
D.A CO.
IN Store and for sale Cheap for Cash :
150 bbls Cin. Whisky: 100 kegs Nails, assorfed;
200 bbls Flour, various b'nds; 50 bagsCofiVe;
300 bags fine Salt; 25 bbls Loaf, Crushed and
50 bbls Molasses; Powdered Sugar;
25 bxs Tobacco; various 10,000 Regalia Cigars;
brands; 8 cases Jenkin's Teas;
10 doz Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls Mason's Blacking;
200 rms WappingFaper; ' reels Packing Yarn.
50 bbls Pilot Bread, 5 bbls Boston Crackers;
10 bbls B. k W. Crackers; 4 bbls Su-ar & Pieua do;
together with J'epper, Allspice, Ginger, Indigo, Mad-
uu iaiiuiii, ,-uui, aa-uu. a owner. jju.iiaru, tuaup.
Hemp, Bed Cords, and Plough Lines, ocl-t tf.
MORE IfEW WAnTOTJJ.
f Ehave receiveil by recent arrivals nine
V V more of those unrivalled Piaxos, made P
br J. B. Dunham and Adam Stodart & Co.. of IT &
various styles and sizes; which will be sold vcrv low tor
cash or good nates drawing interest, ud warranted to give 1
satisfaction in every respect
apr29 W. A T.IL GREENFIELD k CO.
H. 0. SCOYEli
Druggist and Apothccnry,
aiorA tide ofthe Public Square, $ doore West of the
Nuhtiuelnn.
VTholesale and Retail Dealer In 1
Paints, Bursites, PEamttar,
Powdek, Oils, Irc Srcrrs,
Fasct Articlks, Snor, Vauxishss,
Glass; Glasswakz, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
UTERO ABDOMINAL S CRP OR TEES and TRUSSES
WASHITA OIL STONES,
Drag, .Medicines, Chemienls, Ac.
NathviUe, March 11, 1353. '
MARSHAL'S SALE. ,
BY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS or fieri faeiat tome
directed, from the Circuit Court ot tho United States
for tlie Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg-
uicuu, leuucieu iu sola vuuih aL iu txwiuwr aeriu LSiyi,
to wit:
David Jayne A Son, . Mark L Cartwright, and Leroy
Armstrong. Judgment 15th September, 1S53; same, te.
same, Judgment 15th September, 163l; W. M'Cally A Son,
r. same. Judgment 15th September, 1S55, and John M.
Otv, w. same, Judgment 16th September, 1853.
l win feu 10 lue uigucsb uiuuer jor wu at me ixmrt
running back the usual depth of Lots in that part of the
uiiy. anu is aujuiuing ine resiaence oi v m. -mocacii.
ALSO, part of Lot, No. 37. fronting 50 feet on Summer
iting 50 teet on bummer
follows: beginmncat the .
street, as extended, bounded as
North-west corner of B. F. Moselv's Lot on the east side of
Summer street; thence along the cast side of said street i
50 feet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with- .
Summer street 10 feet to Newnam'a line; thence runm'ng
back with said line about 1 CO feet to an Alley; thence south ,
wardly with said Alley fiO feet to Mosely'a ccrner; thence '
with the line of Moscly's Ijot, about 170 feet, to the begin-
nine corner. !
The undivided interest of Mark L. Cartwright, in th !
above descrded Lots, was conveyed to Lcroy Armstrong, by 1
two Deeds, b-jiringdatethe 21st June, 1358, and are of re-
cord in the Register otUce for Davidson county, in Book,
.ion, pages io ana
Both ot said Lots have been levied upon as the property of
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writs;
this 25th day of October, 1853.
J. B. CLEMENTS,
Marshall. U.S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
By hisDeputy,. B. N. CLEMENTS.
oct2r-tf. " (
Mouse door, in the uity oi .asiiviue, on JIU.MJAl, the ! "'J .niaiiu,uuaurjan assortment oi uu
12th day of December, lS53,alI the right, title, claim, and ! bert's superior l lanos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
interest, ofthe said Defendant, Lcroy Armstrong, in and ! rors,&c. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
to tbe following Lots, id the City of Nashville, to wit ! ent free to theltailroad oranvwherein the city. Remem
LOT, No.39,asdesiguated in the plan of the College or ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot
Academy iiroperty. frontine 50 feet on Cherry street and i 1 .11. MORTON.
. DRUGrS. &C.
I 2ICHABD 0. CTJESET,
j : dlEilST AJiD drugglt &
-pTAVINGpiirehasedthe entire interest in (be firm of
vEva nre7 3l4r',n wi'l continue the DRUG BUSI
i-itijii w this citr, andbopes that strict attention to business
and thn ti ' u e ...I ..........ri.: . , .,, v
1 - lii.f i " yc...,.rc-.,.. uBBiocsirui ensure mm
I 1 liberal sham of public patronage.
i He expects in a few dais to receive bin
FALL SUPPLIES
DBniwAJr if K1?-"' CHEJIJSTAND
t -cSJF' ?35nion sireet; Nashville. HavicK
, rehtedmy Store, and ncwrrefarnbhina-it with the rhcvJ?
TtniTfSr sff5ff7 CUEMICALS. MEDICINES.
DRUGfc, Ac mrwtfully solicits a continuance of the pat'
ronage so liberally extendedfo him daring the past tweycSK
He warrants every Medicine and Carmen! fold by hi!.
hisabUstoenl6 " ---nnndapl,ia
PhTsiciaaV iWscriptioM compounded with outness and
dupatchat all hours, and oftae choicest medicines, locus.
j UST RECEIVI A LAIUJK AND FULL.
IV SDrirr,he S1UKEK HERBS, insisting cf SagT
Hyssop, Catnip, Lemon, Bafct, Rrle, Marsh, Mallow, DoutiT
( Tanry, SpikcianJ, Spoarmint, Foxglove. Honrhcund. iam
. mrSflTnv1tlltnt irAM..-i x- .
Pleurisy Root, Hemlock, ground. Boneset, Ac. For sale low
(qattyquantitj. oct2j.J. BICUARDO-CntRET.
VV Yl COLCHICUJI SEl.'r HE OiT.
T J , "anal article of this valuable medicines of Powers A
Y nightman a manufacture, Just received by
octa3j KICHARD O. CURRET-
nPINCTURE OF YEKaVTUJI VIRIHBA
a i "'.1? Tu suPPr lhu TerT Tal"ab!e new reme
dy, just received by
RICHARD a CCRREV.
RWsVT roWBERSOFlLvsKELL, SER
n?r , ' eq"3"0 irnor superior to' thoe of anr
other establishment. A full assortment on hand, fresh an i)
genuine. Physicians sLould use no other kiml ofrnedicines.
2:i RICHARD O. CURREV.
DlSECTIN CASES.-1-Ol'R DOZ. CASES
orDiSJectmglnstrumeDU received and SimMWhr
M RICHARD 0. CURUEY,
oct23
No. 8o Union st, Nahvill&
T xiYVT",11 FB ANALYriCALCilE:
Xt MIoTK-t j The- undersigned continue to give his iV
tentibn to ther anal vsi of Mint trioN n ,,i
t wbtances. and productions of art. H is supplied
iwitn all tbe necessary apparatus and purest inimical, and
Will promptly analyie ail substances placed in Lis possea
sion. When it is practicable, researches will bo xoituted
uu uiuiuiu gu cu uu an cuemical questions.
Terms moderate and uniform.
RICHAP.D O. CLT.UEY,
No. 85. Union st, NashvillA.
oel23 tf
GOLD, DAJIP, VET FEET."-TO PReT
vptthis Terv disagreeable and onbeatihr eondin'on
of the feetcet the WATER PROOFPonirsni i.v c ..
j by rioxi n. o SCOVEL
Oflfl FRESH
LJYELY
HECHES, TlST
UU received by
novi
U.U. St'OVEL.
I A1 OiaTE BRAND Ot TORACCO,
-L Xanghorn A Annistead's, for sale, at rela or whole
'.o ari . u.o. SCOVEi.
byUrjUaaning, tor delii ate. weak and debilitatedMemale
or males, who suffer from weakn uf the breast, shars-
I ness of breaib, rain in the chest, weakness and bleeding of
I "ia i l'ngs,yaIpilatiou of the heart, dispepsia. ecatrfa.
I and Piles, fallmgof the boweU and tendency to rupture.
1 falling of the womb.
. v-Huf.u ILO.SC0VBL.
i North side Of the Public S-iuare, thrco doors Wtot of th
Nashville Inn, fnor4
PILES PERSONS. .SUFFERLMi FJ(o3
this very unpleasant and painful complaint, will find
relief in tlw use or House's-Pile Ointment Forsalebr
! ".ovl H-G. SCOVEL,
TRASK'S-iHAUNETIO "OINTJUENT.
XJ on;
uuguiip ueKepiin.every Umilv, tn apply in eases of
""J111"", bruises, curs, sores, pln4 ia the
! buck, breast or
sute.aswell as alt rheumatic affections. For sale bv tha
i Agent. nov4 H. (J. SCO V EL.
1 A A Lbs. STARCH -On hand ami for sale br
! J 0)J oet H.O. SCOYtL
STRETCH &ORR, CORNER oTcOLLE(5K
and Union streets. Nahvnt T..nn Wh.j.i,. ...i
Retail dealer in Drugs. Medicines. Paint. Oils. DyeStuff,.
' " 1 ciiutuvrv, iue ioiiet soaps. umAIj es.
V..A . t T, V .. 1
Cr.-S e.yJ"r ,,fw-
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ufaeturers sunnlied on h mml i;).rl
STRETCH ORB, Wholesale aad Retail Drnggists.
sorner Collega and Union street.
"lOLOUNE WATER! AVsrr 'ltP-r-Prvi. i f
t i i ...... . -v-'-
I MT,-uj'piv oi superior voiegue atcr. in largo faney
f. botlles. For sale by aovj STRETCH A OKR.
STRETCH A OBR.
OJiiOL.iA OX Jl VRROVSUjD02EN,
Basin s Compound Ov Marrt w, a valuable preparaUa
fortheUair. Forsalebr nov9 STRLTC.I1 i m..i
I A JlAIJl.- hZ A KI ni'f.VIIL'TllIc T H i
. I rtX., able preparation for the cure and prevention ofchapred
f hands. Just received ahd for sale Ly
: . , . . - - v iv&,t.
f tiilUiTUtl & ORK.
TrORTY-EIGHT
UOrrLES Bit. NOR-
. ivs, ui at, cjuw wucre inen
is a pretem-if ural frequency. For sale by
"oy9 STRETCn i 0RR,
DR. AVATERS' TOOTH SO F.-DR. MAT
TERS Dear Sir: This is to certify that J bare used
your Soap Dentifrice, and am perfectly satisfied It is the best
article of tho kind in use, and so long as vou continue to
manufacture it of a pure article; you will find a. readr sola
for it No person in tbe travelling community should b
without it. CHA5. S. BO WELL, Donor-t
No. 11. Chambers street, S Y,
Six doaen Waters' Chemical Tooth Soap, lust received
and forsale by- STRbTCH Se OR It,
novO Coner CeUege and L niou SL
S200
Oases Boots, S&ocs, &c.
T? S TTOT.T TIMM rn
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
I vr- 01 3 mm r r , sr .
J TTAVE received fbr the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
, JUL 1200 CASKS BOOTS, RiTS, f U ;
TRCNKS,SiC. liein the LARGEST STOCK ot Gr ads
I ther have ever oflerelin this market, and which for y. ' r-,
I price and nrruty will equal any Stock ia the City.
, Jlcrchants and all otaera makiuc tfceir pureliases in
Nashvilie. will End it to their INTEREST to give our Stock.
' an examination before buying'.
R. P. HOLLINS A CO.
f 137" Feathers; Ginseng; Beeswax and Wool, received- ui
eichange for Goods at tlie fugbest market price
ugl7 tf b w a
( NEW GOODS! KE1V GOODS!?
HECETVED AT THURSTON & BERNARD'S,
No. 0 t'Hi'oB Street.
WE are now receiving, direct from the Eastern cities,
some ofthe very latest stvlMcf FaH and Winter dress
, Goods, consisting in part ofSlLKS, Brectda. Plaid, Check,
figured and plain Black. Persian Clotho. and all woolMos-
7 tin DpTflnM- fTTimifM mntl Ctl.r. ,m . ... . L" i. v .
i dlo Work Collars, Mourmng Collars and Sleeves, Embroid
I linen Camb.H'dk'fs, Velvet Ribbon. Gimps and Galloons,
; Jaconet and Swiss Insertings and Edring, Jaconet Hands
1 and Flouncing, Ac Ac HOSIERY and GLOVES, all
shades and qualities. Children's ami Mioses sizes, all col
ors, which we are offering very low. Thoa in search of
good Goods, and at low pricRS, will do well fo give us a
epH-tf THURSTON A BERNARD.
"DARK AND LEAVES. I wih"io Min4u -T
JL cash, a large quantity of Chestnut Oak Hark, and Shoe
make Leaves, for U aning purposes. Apply to J. G. Moore,
corner of Union and Market streets.
)Qly2r-dAwtf. FREDRICK ROTU
LIQUORS 100 bfcls TBBesAeeD DhSky"
51 barrels Old Mmnngahela
50 bbb Old Bourbon WhiBty bbls New England Rnm:
50 Old Rye " a A.JI.Gm;
50 " Oldllencrve 2) " Sweet Wine;
10 pipes Old Cog. Brandj;IJ " OM Port wine-
, " ,i"?nd lin: 20 box" Urandv Cherr.es;
10 bbls old Madena Wine; M - Claret Wine;
20 Indian bbls Street W;iuer lo " nKorted Cordials
100 bbls A M. Brandy; 15 gals. Old French Brandy;
In store- and fin-sale tow by LANIER A BROTHER.
UNDRIE.S. 10lbbls twst Hour, l'l kx of Na7j7
1000 bbls No. I Salt; 20 tons assorted Irour
80 dorPauitedlluekeU; 5 bbls Brimstone;
20nesUofTnbs; 5 " Alum;
0 " half bushel measuresjlOO Plows;
5000 lbs bur Led; 20 bbU No 3 Mackerel;
200 bsgs Shot assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do;
100 assorted Demijohns; fW bbls S S Almond
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars;10 " Large Pecans- 5
50 doz Bedcords and Lines;50 boxes Figs; '
50 bags Race Ginger; Syo Tobacco, assorted;
23 bags Pepper; 8 tierces Fresh Rice,
50 boxes Dried Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cask. Madder; M boxes Fresh Teas;
10 boxes Stoughton BittersjlO " Crome's best Indieo
20 " B.W Flour, ext; R
Toretherwith rnanv other srtirU trhiK -.Tt i ..i.i
! lnw Ly dec!4 LANIEIt A BROTHER, market st
FURNITURE! FUENITUEE !
T AM just receiving a fine assortment ofFur-,
X nilure of the latest and most approved
t yles, which will be warranted as recommend-' frill
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest Having en-
SOMETHING NEW.
rpHE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITTRR
JL MANUFACMURING COMPANY, are now ofTerrngV
yaasrj.i.n.i;.! um.nnF ii.:.'j l-. "i.l T"
--nTi,T.Trw-lrL T:.tr:. 'r'"
nitnre at theirDepot oo Market stre,ThortasR
new buildinc. (between L'iu.n llaJl and l!m
Square,) which they offer at prices to suit purchasers, l
both at whole sale and retaiL They intend to give satislac
tion to purchasers work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
with despatch. R. JL G ROOMS. Pres't
"W.L.NASCK. Sec'r fM-,1 f-
Vi Uuiuts.-iw Kegs .sails, assorted sues;
M . --anguoru Armsieaaa icoacco, very su-
rienor:
-g of CHOICE CHEMICALS' FRFSII liifnna j ,m
J EDICLVES. together 1.
20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 gross of box Matches;
Afew barrels of that same old Whisky. Also, a few hhis
of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment of
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 28, College street
opposite Sewanee House. may 11 J B.-FyJlELL.
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