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MERCHANDISE. Fail and Wi Biter STOCK OF BB.Y GOODS AT KICHOn'SOOIlKEK, Jfcl3. OvrncrSquare a! Markel Street, Nathalie, HAS received liis new Full Importations of K1CI1 AND ELEGANTFALL AND WINTER-GOODS, to which .he takes pleasure in inviting- the attention of friend and the public, feeling assured that ho cau -offer as great bar- irius as Ciu ooujuwi in ma ciiy, IN niCII FALL AND WINTER .SILKS. Of the latest Parisiau stales, which are'lrnly elegant, in cluding a beautiful variety of the richest. una handsomest Plaid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp, uid Watered Silks, as has been in this city. S'cw and Unautifui Parisian Plaids, Of entire new designs, u Hh the handsomest and iUCHKST COMBINATION OF COLORS, including the Ray, grave, rich and elegant. Nee uud Choice I'rencli Merinos. The must desirable colors in marked embracing the most fasuioaablo shades which the' ladies will Cud beautiful. ELtGANT KICU DELAINES AND CASH MERES, Of the clmicest patterns aifd tnost beautiful colors, mid in faci every other ktud of Dry Goods .suitable fir RADIUS' aud CHJLDR.EN'3 WARDROBES. Cautoii Crape and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in eluding the ltich Bruche, ur Cashmere Shawl. 'MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Of Bombazines, Alpacca, Cloth, Canton, Black da' Laines, Bareges, GrcnadiMourniogSleeves, Collars, Cbcuifcttts, llanoAc: chiefs, and trerylliing else suitable lor a LAOY'S MOLRS1NG WAJRDHOBE. Also betttififul roijetv of LACE GOODS, . lloniton, Viucneienne.and Ncedle-worjc Collars; Jtlch GambrinChemizetts and" Sleeves; inselUj; Jacutiet'-and Swiss Edging, Inscrtiugs, Cambric sad Swiss Flouncing, uonlique wort. Also a hue assortment of "LADIES' AND GENLEMEN'S GLOVES, Handkerchiefs, CraraU; Silk, Cotton, and Mirino Under thirts and Drawers, . , -.,;;.- HOUSEHOLD AND JFA2I1XY GOODS, Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Sbirtitgs, Table Da uiasks, Napkins, Toweling, Crushed aud Diapers. WOOLLEN BLANKETS, Quilts, Flannels, Canton Flannels, -Welsh Flannels and Cambric Ac Ac FJtENCll CLOTHS, DOE SKIV AND Tweed Casaimeres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. Aud "will oiic-n in a few dars a beautiful assortment of the LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN, CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS, Madcof therery bestTnaterial, Ac, Ac Call aud examine this large and fine assortment of goods, suitable to the approaching season, and you will not be disappointed either in styles or prices. Se,ft. n, ls;,s. JAMES NICHOL. IIUJIE'S EXIIiniTION. 1853. . . JAXL IMPOIiTATIONS. 1803, FASCV JVNi STAPLE lKV GOODa 1 " T, KT fX1?frtf. street. i j - - "TOIIX K.' IIUME is now daily receivingfrom New York ' :fjiahd Phikdelp'oia, bis fall and vioter upply of desira ble goods, to which he most respectfully inntes the uttcn lion of all in want of .fresh and excellent goods suitable for TIUIV 1.- llllXtl. ftctS 3o. 57 College street. QTAl'LE GOODS. Welsb.SalyTndShaVer Flan nels; Colored Flannels; French and English Prints; Toweling; Fine lllankefs, Ac.; Napkins) Tuh!j:ioths.Aof v .' JOIIN K- HUME. "V.f ANT1LLAS AND CLOAICS. Kicb Velvet Cloaks; laimaaianiiuas; Satin and Cloth Cloaks; Talma Cloaks; Cloak Cloth; . White Erab'd Mantles;. Cloak' Trimmings; " " Talmas: Kit.ahandsonie. ' JOHN K. HOME. X llUlllU 1 JUJ.. w ' J asMirtment of extra cheap Aloiu Ue Laines, some as If IIW1.Ti: I I I Kil l I l Ill Ik LUlIlll Mil i.,.rr o j luiy rwLiiA.iifr vara. V--- LSO HICIlVlLK DltESS GOODS. Jlaguih- A raiit Silk; llaw Silks: ll.-.,niif,il Poult d'Sol: Scotch Plaidc; Stuart Plaids; Rob lloy Plaids; Highland Plaids; McGregor Plaids; Paris de Laiues; " Caslimeres; l:ich Changeable Silks; " Black ilrociir; - " Italian lUack Silks; " . Satin National; " ' Itep Silk; li'uct Armnte Silks; t 4. lbAUilUlt-1 - l ' 1 . , 1 If U .....1 llnrilinaiif fill r-lWll-t. llobe lattorns; Puitansers of new, ridi and really elegant goods, are oil riuuu7.u, .yQJsf JLllrJMEt octB No.. 77. College st, EICH FALL AND VIKXEK t nnv. WA i J. O. McCLELLAND have just rewired the . Incest and best selected stock of Fall and W inter (JkaIs ever offered in this maiket, which they offer w the trade at lower prices than theyean be found many other house in me cny. .. Uicli i'mited de Laines; limeade Silks, Check tfo Piain do riuper bl'k do Plaid Poplins; Plain Hub lloy Silks; liicu J'laia Elegant Plaid Cashmeres; Glasgow Plaid Plain Moos, do Laines; IVMi H1i.rinrM.t Cashmeres English and German Jlenuos; Voil H. Inni AVith a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac White Goods, Laces, etc. Cjiiibri'--, Jsckonets, Swisses, Tarlions; Vat. Iaccs, lklging jud Insertings; Jaconet and Swiss Tnmmings aud rlouncings; J..-eand Mnliu Collars and Chunizettcs; Jouonet Collars and Sleeves; Linen Cambric aud I-awn Udkfs in great variety; Kid Gloves, Silk und Wool Snik-r Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton d; jsiacc i Jtce eiis, iu.roii- - .... lnCloalLsTalmatand Mantillas, we have thenchestas- sortmrait everouereu in mis uuikci, iu i os and Silk: all colors, with elegant whiw embroidered Silk ilaulles, witn uioins ana .v . Staple Goods. v;ioms, caasiuirrca, , : , ---- mgs,;jHmuigs, uwim ........ ; - HUnkeU Sooer Coat Hlankets, hliawls, Linsays, I'nuLs jv V., ,.11 firwl it frmnllv Alpaccas. cieeiBiiuueui. --k- v to their interest to give this slock a careful examination, and iu so aoing save ubukucs octll Mct;Li:Ll.AXl)'.S. o.'J0 Public square TE Ki;sI.,Et'Tl''lILLYinluniiourincndsaudtne VV nubhc tliat we have now on hand a large aid well sorted slocc ot rur, shk auuoun uau-j t-uo Cassioiere Hats: Childrens' Fancy Hats and Caps; Ileus and Itovs uioiu, riusn auu xur t.t. . , iiiisunwsed in good quality, slyle and lowness of price, i i '.t tr . ...l...l..e..l,. .,n.l ,-otiil oct2.2 LANDE, ELS11ACH A CO., Hat and Can Manufactory, No. 43, Market St. T7ALL AND WINTER GOOOS.-LAXDE. KLS I"' HACK A CO., So. So, Market street, have received within the last week a large and well assorted stock of ele cant Uedv Made Clothing of the best material, so thalper- i . ". i ...i.nn rariiAniilih. iramiMnLs sons wuo are uraiiuw o iuvuhuj, B can oosuufu. ... Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respeclTuI. lv invited to call and examine their-stock before they buy i , 11.. -u , 41.1 gaII lfiuvr tlmn tisewiiere. h"cwiiuuwui""''"" hu v other House in me cuy, enuer wnoiesaio or ie""- ALSO. lleceiieJ this week a large lot of Trunks Shirts, Stocks, etL, for sale low at octi-; LANDE, ELSBACH'S A CO. "VTOTl C E. I am closing up my business ith a view of J permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt ed Jo me by uoto and account, some for years, and 1 hope thev will call and pay np wimoux iunner ocuiv or irouuie. l'hae removed my iJosks and Papers to the room ad lininiT Messrs. W. H. Gordon A Co. ' aug 1 4 SAM SEAT. TSVf: J'LOJJIt 11CSSELL a 1IO.VD. 51, i, llniad Sti-eet, have Just received an excellent article oi KYL FLO UK, bolted and unbolted, uov-i n A tv. 1) ItlSX'IPE CH5AUS FIFTEEN TIIOUS- t and extra Principe Cigars, jut received hv liml2 U.AJ.XIX0N. TSLEKiC AV ANTED. A YOUNG MAN WHO rilesagood hand, and hasa general Knowledgeof necounts, can obtam a Mtuation by making application, with references, to SI. box S't, Post Ofllce. Nashville, Nov. 11, l-- rpb-COIINTliV AlEUCHANTS I would call J. tho atteniidd of dealers to ibo heavy Stock of Wal I I'npers, I am now receiving and prepared to offer on Uie rnoht favorable termi. gptl5 W. V. FINN. f'l-TiaSlTl'INE SNUFFS JUST RECEIVED A pcrstcimer-A. K Oavis,'t!50 pounds of SNUFF of su or qnalitiesol the fine brands ol Garrett's superior Scotch Suulfiu ixiltles; ltoom's Macaboy in bottles and kegs. Al mi. asupeiiorqualitvof lYench ltappee in gallon jars, suil able to iruvellers. Also, a large lot of fine cut Cavendish Chewing Tobacco, a new article, "with an assortment of Chalk Pipes. Tito above articles I am prepared to sell holesale or Jte tail us cheap as anr house in tho West nov4 " JAMPS MOOIiE. Tolareonisl, sign little Indian, corner Cherry aud Cedar Mrceta, Nashville. LtAXOLB O. STEVX.VSO.V. BOBEKT L. WII1TK- STEVENSON As 'WHITE.' ATo. 59, Colltye sired. , . HAVE on hand alarge and desirable slock of STATLE XS) FANCY DKY GOODS, which they will sell vf) cheap for isi-h, in order to icduce their stock before tliey iwoive their Kali i-urcliascs. All of you who like good lurgauis give tltem a call. a'lg WE hare on hand a la'eand bcantitol stock of iadiea I)U15S GOOF'S, sncli as plain, i-heckcd aud bros oude Silks; Silk KbeH, Eerages and Iternge Kobes; and a tii"f Icitol beautiful French Muslins, all of whiclt will be sold rxtrenioly low for cash by g STEVENSON & WHITE. -tJ-H-C-1 NKKUMJ VOKICS STEVENSON JJ .V WHITE havejnsr recciveil a very large stock ol l rench Needle Works, sich as Collars, Sleeves, Cliiinizetts, 1 lnndkerchiel, Edgiugs, Inserting, Kibboin, Ac, which they are selling at very reduced puces for cash aug4. T "C-JSE-FUlLMSlIINt; ;OOI)S.-Wo haveju.-t jCL reeeuT"! a large Mock of Damask, Linen Sheets and Linen Slieetm", Table Damasks, aud a large lot of Plain I inn Nuiikins'ac.d J -amask Towels hirh will be sold very low t"rLh bv angi STi;VESSOXA WHITE ENl'LElUEN'S V UltNISIIlNG jOODS.-l-r- in !.. wish to mirchase t loUis, Cassimeres v.: , f i.t.it Shirts. Linen and Drilling Draw ers Half-ll(e, Linen and Silk ILmdkercliiefs, Glovesand cTItscilfm' at STEVlSON i WHITES, No 59, Col lecestreoi. for they are selling off very low for Cash, in or der to nike room for tbeirjall Slock. ugi- COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. CilABLESrO.V, SOCTU CAJiOLlNl. Capital S250.000: All Taid In. I HAVE boea appointed Agent of the above Companv at Nashville, and am fidly prepared to take Marine, fire, Hiver Risks, on the most lavorablo terms. A full statemant of the solvency of tho Company can be noen atUieoffico of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com uaav. on College street, I seplS JOHN S. DASHIEIJ, Agont, INSURANCE, &C; THE MUTUAL PROTTSCTIOH EtSUBAHCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. OFFICE on Cedar SUet.adjoinmgtiiel'cst'OiEce, and opposite the Verandah, wiU insure on tlm mutual prin ciple. Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Daraige by Fire; Steamboats on any of the A cstern waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of vessels of eviry description against the 1'erils of the Seas and Hirers. Also, tho lire of i-crsons iu tfood hcalih.'for a sinic'e year, for a ternl of years, or during life Also, Bank Notts trans mitted jier mail. Ail persons having tneirliTes or property tr.EiuTeo: in mis Institution, are entitled to a full narticination in all the prof it, without any liability to loss beyond tho amount of Pre miums wuicu uiey may pay. 21. a. 1 JLiUUfcu, rresiaenv 3. 3. JOliNSON, Vice President. C. J. F. "WniBTO, Secretary; - - janl TENNESSEE MAEINE AND FIEK INSTTBANCE COM- PAHS". CAPXTAL $i50,000. OFFICE on the North sidoof the Public Square, midway K.-ir-.r, th Xa&hviUo Inn and tho Planta-s' Bank. Tbcy vill wake insurance on Houses and Goods of every de scription against fire ; on Stearnhoatsand Cargo against 'tire and tho risk of the river; on. the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and on sea vessels ana otner cargoes, on . ' ,nrn if in XT 1, r 3 . the usual terms. juiui ai. 1111.4 fesiueuu Jossrn Vaclx, Recrefary. Diiuocjflta. Alex. Alli-vin, John M. Hill, F. 11. Fogg, Q. M. Fogg, James Correr, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam uel Soay, Matthew Wa'tson, J. J. "JSTiite, Jacob McGavock. janl ESTABLISHED FOB TEN YEARS. PPWWli-ifTTT t rTifff .1 0 UR Goods are selecled and purchased by ourselves, with preat care in'the best markets, which enables us to sell low for CASH. Our Candies are WAKK ANTED to keep dry ; and we sell as cheap as any house in the coun try., loys, rocket uutiery, i-isiois, revolvers unueii cocking; Spaui&h Cigars, Ac, Ac. jnly26 tf. NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WOEKS. JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor. ABXETST.,OrrOSlTE JOH-VSON A UOH-tE's TOBACCO WARKHOCSK, NASHVILLE. TENN. Marble irareroomtottheoUl tlaiul Curner cf Summer and Spring Streets. If AV1NG made extensive enlargements in my Marble 1 1 orks, lay uiciluies are sucli tliat I can execute an kinds of workin the most tasteful manner und the latest stvie. as cheap as it can be done in any of the Eastern Cities. By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner of Spring and Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable persons toiudtre for themselves, which is the best method. Having on band all kinds of Marble from Ecast Tennessee. Also, a fine assortment of Ervntian. Italian and. American Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re tail, finished or in the rough state. f? A. large assortment of Mondhexts, Tokbs, Baptisval Founts, Urots, Vasi3. Gauds Figures, GravkStoxes, Ac, cu-ved and lettered toorder. Fursititeii Marble executed to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as it can be procured ft oui the EasL Also, Macblk Mantels, of every description, plain or carved. Buh-uinb Sio.ms, sold Wholesale, anil Retail. AU.orders left at my Ware-Uoomsontho corner of Spring and Summer streets; will uieet'vktli .prompt attention. Jly friend generally will find it to theinnfetest tocidl and ex amine my stock before purchasing el.-vett here. Thankful to mv old friends and customers for their liberal natronae. I hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their favors. JAMES SLOAN, Corner of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville, febls ly rUMASYLVANIA ItAlLltOAl). THIS road now complete, it opens a communication be' tweon Pitlsburz and Philadelphia. o-FiU-blir:r and Haiti- more. Bv which Prelchl from the west can reach an eastern niartetquickerend cheaper than by any ofthe prest-nt rival outs: they connect with tho dally pickets at Pitt-burg, from St Lnoij, Loaiaville, Cincinnati, Wheelintr, and all the diBereDt points on tUo,wc8tetn waters. Also 1th the Cleve land and Pittsburg Kail K01.I, and Ohio and Pennsylvania Kali l!na.l at Pittsburg. Cars rnn through between PitUbnruh ana rouaaeiphia withouttraiunipiufcui or rreignt, an aavan tn?e that can be appreciated bv all shlnnors. Iu case of obstruction of navigation by ice or low water ireigtiu wejiwara can be lorwaraoa trora riiuour 10 Cin cinnati, orlowns in the interior uv iiallroaii. itATr.s or fiiehiici' Between Pittsburg and Phtladelphlaor Kaltmore. first Class. iVintir Summer Rait 1. Rates. DryOoods, Books andFUtionary Boot,) per 100 lbs. Shoes, Hats and Carpeting, Furs and Pel tries. Feathers. Saddlerv. &c. 91 75 eta. Scronil Class. Brown Sheeting & Shining In Rales,'! Drugs.Glass Ware, Groceries, except Cot- 5 85cts. CO eta ffae, Hardware, Hollow Ware, Machinery, f ' Oilcloth, Wool, &c. J Third Clas-i. ; . Bultorln Firkins .V Kegs, Candles, Cot-') ton, In winter,) Queensware, Tallow, ! 75 cti. cte. Tobacco, In loaf or Manufactured, East-j ward, &o. yc J Foil rlli Class. Bacon, Cotton fin summer,) Cofiee,Lard and IjirdOil, (through) Port iu full car- 65 ctj. 40 cts. loads at owners risk. J iivo. C. Fraud scut. Freight jlgent, Pittilnrg. E. J. Snecilcr, Freight Agent, Philadelphia. JUagr:iv A; Jiloons, Freight Jlgenti , Baltimore JT. L. Elliott. Freight j)it,.V. 7 K'fJl Jl., X. Y. 11. II. tfoutnii, Hen. Freight .1gext, Philadelphia. march 16, 1853 ly TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH. Usiiteri States Mnilhine Through in 48 to .10 Hours. NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON SEW WEEKLY STEAM SUIP LINE. sigZtp- LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday ilJfL? ant Wc(ueS(lay, afterthe arriral of the "cars from the South' and West. On Saturday, the new and splendid steamer Has. AU ger, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Marion, 1,200 Urns, W. Foster, Commander. ' On Wednesilay the Union, 1.500 tons, Richard Adams, Commander Southerner, 1,000 tous, Tbos. Ewan, Com mander. These steamers are unrivalled on the const for safety, speed and comfort. Experienced and courteous Comman ders, and tables supplied willi every luxury, will insuie Travellers, by this line every possible couifoit and accom modation. For freight or passage, having elegantS'afc Room Accom modations, apply at the office of the Agent, teptl5 HENKY illSSROON, CornerExst Bay and Adger's Sou. AYiiarves. Cabin passage ?25. Steerage $3. FKESH EFXETPTS BY NICHOL & PEACOCK. AJEW FLOLJU 100 bags St Iiuis Milbyexpressly 1 for famflv use. aug7 NICHOL A PEACOCK. O'l L TAR CANDLES. 300 boxes, halfandnuarfer boxes O Star Candles. NICHOL A PEAGOCK. O U(! A11S- at) bbls St Louis Crushed Sugar; 10 " Powdered aug7 NICHOL A PEACOCK. TAV'A AND LAGUYKA CO FFE E.- 20 Ugs rj old Government Java Coffee ; B0 bags Iiguvra Coffee; 150 bagsllio Coffee. NICHOL A PEACOCK. aug7 rw WALL l'Al'EK. JUST received a sjilendid assortment 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 Teislers, Ac J3?0n hand, a Urge assortment of unglaicd papers, from 10lo U5c per bolt, KLaGGS A G0RBEV. No. 20, College street; next door to the Scwanee ilonse N.B, Paper-liauging done in tho best mahner. octi STOEING COTTON. PERKINS & CLACK Are now prepared to re ceive, store and ship cotton. Liberal advances made to consignment-). ct.2. 1) rCTORIALIlISTORY OF ALL NATIONS, . FKOM THE EAULIEST PEUI0DS TO THE PKES- ENT TIME. By S. G. Goodrich. Cost Jll.noo lL'iiv Pages Maps 700 Engravings A library ot ilscil, and sold by Subscript ion only. drc8 dim J. F. LEWIS, Agent Derby A Miller, sola Publishers. Aurbum, N. Y. The crcat object of this work is 10 nre-ent a Universal History, suitable, in form, extent, aud arrangement, to the wants of the mass of American readerx The ediltr gives the eeocraiiliy 01 earn countiy w nose History is presented. and pavs careful attention to chronology, so tint at every page, and in every chapter, the reader may know tho place where and when, on event hiipjieneil. This plan, together with that of presenting each nation separately, cannot tail to render everyunng auracm c ttmraman ana s.ejucutr. This work ought to have a place in every family library, it is a complete historic cyulonajia in one volume, available for daily und familiar use, as a book of reference (JojhI Jnlnrur, AwjwsUl, Jle, t Compend. of high merit as fo accuracy and philosophic' analysis, are abundant; but Mr. Goodrich has been the tiit to give a clear, comprehensive view of all natifms and people, sinco the creation each presented separately, yet blended info a continuous narrative. l6tU-h Daily i.Vr. CIO UN" TRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE , , J We are now offering IbrKalc, that beautiful Conn try Residence of Mr. S.J. Carter, Mttiatedon theMnr frecsboro' turnpike about 3 miles from Nashville. H con tains about 611 acres, one half in a high stale of cultivation, the residue heavily timbered; threi never failing springs, from one of which the water is carried to the dwelling; an extensive orchard containing agreat variety of the verv best fruit iu all this cojntry. Dwelling commodious with ne cessary out buildings. This is one ofthe liandsomest places in the neighborhood of Nashville, and will be sold at a bar gain. We will show the premises at any time to anyone desirous of examining the same- L1ND3LEY & CROCKETT, docS lm No. 33 College st. DR. P. S. WOODWARD. Office No. 9 Cherry street, three doors north of Church street, has on hand Vacine Mattel ofthe very best quality, which he Trill sup ply to the profession generally. ocli ly GKAHAJU DREAD Graham Bretd for dispeptics " every day. oct!9 B. & J. NIXON. .lUi hi 1 II IHHUIHI lim I I I I ' iiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIh1hC- r - f . , -Zj - .-y iltttmi n medicinal; 1: WHOLESALE, . OUGGISXS-. " No, 7, North College Street, NASHVILLE TENN., WOULD rcrpectfullv inmrm Druggists, ilerchnts, Pbvsicjans and "Manufacturers", that ' they have Brriin enininnimr tlie Druir business in the new bnildinz on College, near Church street," and iniend confining theuiJ selveato tbo WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is near- ly enureiy a iresn one, aim nicy are utivnniueu mi mar.u botli the prices and qualities i-atisfaetory. They, offer for sale low for cash or 011 lime to punctual men r , 1 - r 1 l . - 1 . .. . 1 tcio gauons best 11 inter rperm oil: 00 " " Tanners' Oil: " '. ' 10C3 pounds Indigo, of prime quality; 1488 do do Madder, 630 ' 40 " 05 1500 1400 10"00 150' 7500 Extract of Logwood mlsmallboies; do do do uocnmeal; ... Muriate of Tin; ' " ' Aium: v'' do do Rclincd Salpetrej ' Epsdm Salts; u.i do uiun uainpiior; . Sun. Carb. Soda: -'"i'"t' do junro. m unes ermuuge; . -..llV An, M't .ne'j 1 1. l:il..'flFi .20 .d3 Fahnestock's Verffifuge? - lwaoz. jMusiaogifinimentf :.!lb0 Gro.wood box Matches: i -SSO dor. Mason's Blacking; ?250m,-G.D.Caps; --slOlXL pounds Red Iead dry; 600 do ' White -do m do; .860-. do 'Xetharire:. " -1600 do Eng.'VenetianIted; ' 200 hush. IvpntncVirTtliin flwM nA, 45 boxes Bonn's Scotch Snuir, in'packaec ' " 24 -do Garrett's' t5o' ' -dfi;' ''" : ' 60doZ. ' ill, inhfitl1-"1 4S -do- Maccaboy Snuff, in co&'?u' 1000 lbs. " injsrsatidbblsV 8u0 boxes Window Glass assorted; " 1 4iiO0lbJ. Putlv: rt 18Q pounds Pearl Sage: 110 ,b.a. Tapiooa; 650 . do Gum Arabic:. ,t&. doz. Cod L'verOil Rushloo Clarko A Go's; CO .do Seidle'.'s Powders; in tin boxes;!1 ' ' j do Soda; . ' , . 60 pounds Calomel, .English and American; " -10 do Hydriodate of Potash; :. . gl? da Spirits Nitric 'Aether; tV do .rpia Ammonia; 20 do Sqr. lodida of Iron; of various styles: uysicians roctei cases oi uts alanro vantv: Amputating, Dissecting, Lythotomy, Trepauuina and Midwife Instruments, in cases; Medicine Chests a Variety of styles andsizes. t3? Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac, taken at ine nignesi market rates. foctlti tt ZINC WHITE PAINT, 50 kegs received and for sale low. -This articfe IsSaid to 'be-much superior to While Lead in brilliancy :of "color., durability in exposed situations, and all the purpdses tofvfhich the latter is applied oiiu ifsbs uufc unit? uiuiu. x. is uuiiuu. largely iuu) uein tne eastern tunes.-,- - ccvm - KWlNiUUOiltliKS. G OLD.JEAF AND FOIL. lOJounces Abbey's r best Gold Lear; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf Received nMfl Tf"cATft lfwr K- Aion tfWIV linilTll 1,'OvJ EWIN. BROTHERS. "A TEDICINES, T1IAT1LVVE BEE.VFULLY 1X testeddurinjj- the past year, by many of the most re- BiKvutuici;iitM:u9ui4uu)iiio aiiu uui uriiser is iieriniueo ... .. r ... 1f f- , i,.' . l " . , ui icier iu jiiv oaiuuei auunvwuose aervant was cured of a most inveterate Scrofula. Alsouthe servant of If r. J. Colilns of the same dffwascFive cases of Cancer have been cured; twenty cases of Bone relon. Mr R. U. Jones's son was cured of "Sore Eyes, afte'hsvinrr been under the treatment of two of tho most distinguished Physicians for eigui uiuuius, aimosi. uiiauy diiuu. At least one hundred re.-pectable persons in Nashville, and its vicinity, mn be feen who will vouch for the great benefits of his course of treatment, without the use of "the knife, or mercury. Cancer, Scrolula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis eates. Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im purities of the blood. ' Twenty yearsof constant Practice, fifiecn in New Orleans, Tirior to coming to Nashville. Those interested, are' res pcclfully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any charge: OlUco No 47 Union st., near Cherry. novlO ly. B EDWARD TnOMAS. ERB'S PATENT STRAW COTTER AND INDEPEN DENT CORN CHOPPER, THIS very important invention has been in use about three years. The inventor has made improvements which have rendered it (lerfect 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 use, for the purpose for which it is designed. -It is. sim pie in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is self-feeding, aud easily worked byabov 12 years of age. it will cut fctntw or corn in the" shuck from half inca to .'three .inches iu length. Many certificates .might bo pro duced from. Fanners who have used them, tp prove Ih'eir supenoniy over auy oiner straw and .corn cutter now m ue. Persons LeeJini' luch an article mav rest assured that in it they will find a valuable acquisition to their farm or .stable. Sl . The subscriber has greatly extended liis meansforman. ufacturing thee machines, and he now solicits for them the attention of the public, and the -farmers and planters particularly, of tho 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. Beinz the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, he will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable terms, to any Alecnanic who may wish to manufacture them. I r. I. : . I. .. . i . ..- i- i . - ' iuiu iii luiiiinu uuc at;, ui eaauug lor paiiernH. sep7 Cm J0HNE.ERB. VALTJAELE IRON PROPERTY A17D FARM FOR SALE THE subscriber would call the attention of those who wish to embark in the Iron business, mlso those 'who wish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to tbe followin, nmnertv which he offers for sale. 1st. Jack-on Furnace and lands, say about 2500 acres. This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county, Tennessee, and the Mack is the largest in the State, being 47 feet'high. Tho furnace, except the stack, is now being rebuilt, and will be ready to putin blast bythelstof No vember. The ronteol tlie ftortli e.item llailroad, as sur eved. passes Tinmediafely by the Furnace. The ore is un surpassed, and the timber aud grouna udinirably adapted for coaling. Also, Belleview Furnace, and about 8G09 acres of land, including the UicSson orooanE. 'llnslrurnacois on Jones Creek, about three miles South of Charlotte. There is a good water poircr, and ako good fanning lands attached to Ihisprojierty. Also, the Valloy Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 37,- 00 acres ol land, ine rail is as teet, and (lie bead ef water immense. There are sonic very lino farming lands in this tract, aud it is altogether a most desirable location. Also, the Mill Cieefc property and Duck- River- ore bank in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of which there are live or six, prcsenttne best water powers lor the sizeot ine stream inai cau oe inund in any country. The Duck River ore bunk is tbe heaviest dcpoite of ore iu the State, aud tbe ore can be procured withless labor than at any bank in the country. It is within half a mile of Duclr River, and the lands around aro colored with the best coaling timber. Also, the Lower Tunnel, at the Narrows of Harpeth, in Davidson county, Tennestvee, with ten acres of land for buildings and machinery. It is unueces: ary to speak of the water power at Iho Narrows of Harpelh. It is known Ui every one, and twenty-five years of experience enables th SUbSCriocriospcax wim cenanny oi lis greai otuenw anu usefulness. It is, indeed, only to be seen to bo appreciated. Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and which tor beauty aud fertility is second to none Tlie house is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is1 11 miles from Nashvillo and 7 from Frankliu. It is a "meadow farm." watered bv Little Harpeth. and the best evidence of its quality is tne nay produced on i tins year, wuicn all who have seen it; pronounce itthc'bcst they havti ever seen. It'is altogether one of thitmost desirable farms for beauty and profit that is in the South-west, It contains about 560 acres. gSii The above property is offered for sale, not for the purpose of profit or speculation, but simply from the fact that the subscriber's health, makes it necessary to, relieve himself of the care, necessarily incident to so much real property lo cated at different points, and renders him unable to give it that personal attention which it requires. Any ono is'iing to purchase any of the above property will please call on the subscriber at his residence, or ad dress him at Good Spring P. O., Williamson county. Ten neesee. augSl 4nr . tM.rBEIX.' Cincinnati Euquirer will publish the above until the 1st ofJanuary, 1S54, and send bill to this office. "XTEGROES FOR SALE. The subscriber has say J erul families of Negroes that he will sell, at private sale to persons residents in this' State,' and who intend to keep them therein. Residence on the Nashville and Frank, lm Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville. M. BELL." nilgai lm; .' - ' ' STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA LANCAS TER DISTRICT. . Ex Parte. ) Petition for' sale of House and Minor Clinton, Exec't of J- Lot, Laud and Negroes ; estate Abram Perry, dee'd. ) of A. Perry, deceased. r' is ordered that ths children of the brotbers'an'd slsfcrg of Abram Perry, deceased, late of Lancister District", S. C.,that-were Jiyingnt the death of Margaret, Perry, widow ofthe late Abram Perry, (which was J one 30th, 1351,) 'do establish their rights bel'oro tbe Commissioner in Equity, for Lancaster District, S. 0, on or before the 1st clay of March, 1S54, and that the Commissioner do rcporfthereon at tbe nest Court.of Equity for. said District, (which will be June 26th, ndationshin and operate who donot JAMES H. WITHEItSPOOX, Commissioner in Equity, Lancaster District, S. C. deel 8m. The following papers will copy three months and forward their bills wilh a number of Hie paper; they are al so requested to notice the same editorially: 'the Common wealth, Frankfort, Ky.; The Register, Raleigh, N. (X; The Advertiser, Montgomery, Ala.; The Recorder, Milledgeville, Ga, The Hag t, the Union, Jackson, Miss.; The Union,' and 'Amencau,' Niislrville, Tenri.; The Union, Washington City. Lariaisttr Ledyr. J, H. W, crutchfTeld house,Yoe"mesxy grjfTinhouse,. chattanooga, tennessee. rpHIS. well known Hotel sittiated within-a few steps 1 .i .i .....a- 1 . - it.. .. I. .. W'. t ,1 Atiantic railroad is now open under the supervision of Thomas Crutchfield, assisted byMr.J. W. F. Bn-son and Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J. Qriitin aceuired a very hiffh rcputatien as a first class hotel. The present proprietor having secured the services of Col. Orirhn's harkeener. and havinepurchasedhis most excellent cook and house boy, and havingfumished the house entirely anew ,hopesto retain its high reputation and meritpublic latronage. passengers can oe accommouaiea wun an omnt us to and from the boats. TU0S. CRUTCHFIELD, lebSl If Proprietor. 91 r t TIWItt T m.'H , . "".1 -Jrtri . . , i . ffill rjoh llrAQj llniil.4 nt lf-f thnn mirlion ni-irfw n finn. The above order wa3 made in anove case, or me uoun, T V , ; , ,7 . , T '. r .! ,. " at June Term, and the persons to whom the sa.ria re- k of Manhlias. oolen Coats Caps Ac rich M.Bl.n de fers and applies are notified to comply with the requisitions Lanes and Ca.-aiiuieres at 2.i, CO and, cents per yard, sr,-- hei'iu set lorth, a failure tutnakeknuivn and establish the' penorMerinos at bOc. w-orUi LncEMdfewMrkjd reUnonsl.ip afore.said, will cause the i state of.th, Testator, Ql?' H) rVj T' ;a ed tS0"-"?' yS"1. (Abrahan,PPerry,).obedUtribu I BUSINESS OA&DS. uowako. .PX SAWYER, VALUCE & CO. COmussiON MERCHANTS, itu. izj, tliU.M' SiUiihl', KW YORcv,,, J3. HOWARD, - , 1 ttptlQ - . New Orleans.,, t. S. B. H'CAM Y, Commission and I'onvrdiiiK'Mcrchant, .-Ritrxii to " . ' , . . D.I'BABI, Edwakds AILtnws, La'nio: A Bcutuus, " Nasnvrile, Tenn. i,WLV 1IKOTUEUS. HAU - -;'-W.SvWniruAi'r' ! aagl45citv,w. : ' - l'lrV jints si EiaGUT- .lt9i J. M. & J. K. BRIGHT, ATTOBNEYS' AaLAW,., -' - ' - . ' ' fuvHtmiUt, Tennttit. WILL practice" In tbe several Couits cf Lincoln andthe . adjoining .Counties, and in the Supreme' Court st Nashville. t w sept'jy mmw. 1LUAU T. BOVS. 1HK3 M. DaVIDSOS ROSS A D.4YIDSON, F-U'ETTEyiiLEr TENN-' :' ' " ' ' "Will nrp.ptirp Lftwin l.inmln"1 jiml-th ndiofnino. winntiM ft ocid :mj; f ntHRTJIAHT; Jit ' S: Kl HOLLINGSWOETH. ixswsCsl-HART & HOLLINGSAV'ORTU? "vTliolBstile Grocars; Counnissian, Jleeiuviag "and "For warding Merchants, No. 49 North side Public Square, ' oct4 "Nasutille, Tkxs. REN J. 1 SHIELDS Ac CO., COMMISSION MEECltANTS, AND GEirESAl AGENTS, NEW ORLEANS. . Having permanently located in this City, solicit consign ments of Cotfon, Tobacco, Ac " ' ' 11 Receiving and. Forwarding with tho filling of Orders drcnnpU'j attended to. octlf--Cm. tVlioiiioV inTVVKii'v. irr'iiivi? a. ci . 'wirnr.'F.fiAT.'R a wn -Rv.TAn: 'rinrifiT-rn's1 f Commiisiouand Forwarding Merchant, and. Storcrs of Cotton and Tobacco, . iitrojrJIarhtanJJirMd.,NdireUeTt.iln. july 8, 1S53. U JL.LMKR. 'o. laxiec, LANIER & IIROTHER, Wliolcsalc Grocer m, ' Commission and Forwarding Aferclianls, And Dealers in'Foreign and Domestic Liquors. scpt4 ilai-Ket street, Nashvili JICKETT, MACMtJRDb & CO., BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i m. a. nuivbri: Llate ot.tnc arm (,i riui.r.TT, i'jjk. u .T- JU.-s.uo.XandJ. lt-ilACilUKUU, lianlcer.liuv ' mg associaksl tliemscl.res in business, will conduct a ;.JLtanking aud, GsiiernI Coiuinission Diiifess, in thisCity, under fii-m of Pickett, Machuudo A Co. Particular attention paid to the sale of Cotton, and to the shipment of Supplies aud Merchandise generally. uor. y2J JAU2SU THOUll, W. O. WHITTHIIH " THUMS ic W1IIXTIIUUNC, Attorneys u Law, COLVMUIJI TEJV.YF.SSF.F.. JO-WfH pnictlM their profession' In - tlie'coatHiui of jiaary, .Marouaii, uues Lawrence, lowjs, aniyucEiaan dec!!. tf. ..... -JOIIN SULLIVAN Ac SONS COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS For the Sale of leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisionsand wesiorn rroanco uenerauy, . Jldliimure, Md. REnottN-Cfa, Dr. F, Robertson, James Walker', Esq. iiiesars. uoiuiaou tf. jjoiic, iiasuviiie, leuu. juiiet iiuu W. U. COEDO.V, C. B. CRYAJl. W. H. GORDON & CO.. AUCTION & COM3IISSION MERCHANTS. For tho sola of Merchandise, generally, janl .VAjKTn.Lt, iect. a. r. iavix:, A TT OE.NUY AT LAW. J.ICESOS. TxilH. Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will jtlve prompt attention to collecting and any otber business iu ui pruis9iou. IQO'l! e. UACoaEGoa, x. e. aixowat, j. baxkilkai). MACGEEGOE, ALLOWAY, & CO., C03IMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. CnAttixs Stuect, (third Store above St Charles Hotel, Neu' Orleans. N. E. ALLOWAY A CO, Nashwllc, Tcun,aroat "all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship' meuis to us. piepio L. H. SIMPSON & S0N lypoirrtES or Wines, Drnndies, CiU'ars, Champaignes, Ac. JTO. 19, BEAVER STREET, NSW YORK. And ,Rck lv Bastide. Boudkiux. mavis lv. WERI1S 6 RAWLINGS, GI10CEET, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER CHANTS. Mdin Uriel, one door North, of Union, Memphis, Tennaste. HAVE on hand n full supply of Groceries, Bagging, Rope, Bacon, Mess Pork; liird, Candles, Flour, Ac, wnich they will furnish to their customers on the nscal terms. All Cottons Shipped to them by wafer will be covered "by an open Polijyiinless written across the face of tbe Bill of Lading, at the time of shipping, no Insurance. We tire prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton In store. ' i ' ! - ' Vr'EBU, RAWLINGS & CO., ; COTTON FACTORS AND' COIdilKSION flERCHANTSJ A'. 53 Girundtlet Mrftt, AVif Orleans. Any of otrfriendswhowishfacilitieson Cotton !o be ship ped to Our house in New Orleans can call on us at Meaiphiaj or address us at N. Orleans. july2) 6ot Z3? Eagle A Enq., Whig, Memphis; Union,- Nasliville; W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy six fnopths, and send iuUll. Memphis Appeal. ' ?.. F. HELL. Wholesale and Retail Grtcer, Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, "Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23. let2 - HERRMAN S. SAICONI, ProfeKor 'ofYocal Music, Instrumental Music and Composition. Tsaxa Oiic Dollar a I--on," pnyablo quarter!y,t Letters 'addressed as above, will meet' with prompt attention ' feb2 ly. II. C CAKCTH. W. TKHJlT. J. C. UKW C-VRUTH, TERK.Y Jt.DEW. . DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND' CUTLERY. ' iQ-MdrM M'and '25, Mir'chiihl St PtfUdetphii ' "T" fc" .. " - ' ..'.frpnfc- "tr - It. If.- ERASER, QOMMISSION MERCITA'NT, , 1,0. 13 CAKOXDELET, STIIET, '.. . ' . New Orleans. REFER TO: Gov. A. Y. Erown, Nashville, Tenn.; ,Col. T. n. McNeill Coahoma comtjVMi&.; Myrtle, Mooro A Co'.,JIelcna, Ark;, . J. Kidley",' Jackson; Miss.; Slaflin, Rhea A Col," Pulaski, Tenn.; Jas. C. Maloue, E-cp, Athens, Ala. I nets ly. i NEW GROCERY .STOKE. . , t PAJIUL W. EUSSKLI, , U.JI. EO.VP, j Franklin Tenn. llethesda, Tenn. RUSSELL A BOND, Grocers and Commission Merchants', Air. 54, firaidway, A'ashxW, Trim. 3?" Tlie highest market price paid for Feathers, Bees wax, Lard, Bacon, Tallow, Flaxseed, eta, Ac . THE EMPORIUM OF FASHION. iff. 'fiSFV M'0 -ie.U- Puris Imported Bonnets, Millinery, Ac. ' FALL FASHIONS FOR 1853. i500 FANCY BONNETS! f E would respectlully inform the Ladie3 of town and countn-that e iril1. bn Tuevday inornina-. the 4th, exhibit for their especial benelit, the largest an J most beautiful slock of Fancy Bounets, and new styles, qf Emb'd ReUrnade and other stvjes of Straw Houne'ls ever opened at Nashville or in the West. Likewise, rich Plumes, -Head Dresses. I lowers. Ribbons. Dress Goods, Perfumeries. Em broideries and Fancy. Goods Ac, comprising $20,000 worth. ILivingimported a great part direct from Paris, our prices tlutll be lower than any of the boxed up millencry silver- vertized as lasnionabie and protessing to be tne latest styles. Our long engagement in tlie business, 'now uiuc jears in Nashville, and doing a very extsnsirc business, must give us advantage over any other bouse in the city, and we flat ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfied. So, now' Ladies, we wish your visits to make your selections. Wo can make yoii look more enchanting than ever this fall, for the street, balls and weddings, having Indies of superior good taste from England, France and New Yoi k, to assist us in our establishment. We hare added to our stock'this Trimmings. Slaving a large stock this fall, our object is to mace small proms una urge, saies, giving uie purcnaser fiiWflntflfrp of i-imit barmiins. i At tlie Parisian World of Fashion, No. 46, Union Street, next to the State Bank. E, WISE, oct4-8m , Agent. BONNETS, RIBBONS, &c. No. 14 Cherry Strut, icr tTnion.- MRS. Ji LOCKHARTrespectfally informs the Ladies cf Nashville and country, that she has now received her' select Fall assortment of Uie newest and most fashionable, styles of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers Flouies, Trimmings, Linings, Thankful to tho Ladies for past" favors, IJlatter mysel that I have something very 'beautiful to show them this, season. Please call and see before you purchase eften here. mrs.e:lockhart, ' oct27 tf 14 Cherry st. g m w& w TRANSPORTATION. .... RATES REDUQED. THE Nashville and Chattanoogw Railroad' Company, and.tlia Tennessee River M. M. and Transportation Company, have adopted the1 following rates of Transportation on Freight between Nash ville, Tena., and the various landings on the Tennessee Kiver. "3 S JO ij B a s FKOMNASIIVILtETO 3-5 3 I'utrr CtAss-Boots,Shoes,l Hats,BonneU. Dry Goods! geoerally, Ciprara In boxes orcasos, i in vyaro,uloclcs, oouen wre, Ugntand Hollbw Ware. Caslln?. Wool, Feathers, Glneng 4- -- I '1 uroum.v ranges auaLem- oru, Horse Collarr,Stove and Stove W"are, Teas, LTugs In kees and boxes, I oaumery, v,anuici, uon fectlODanes, tc. perlCO pounds ..:.70 ;..70 .80 .65 bKcoxD utiss ausar, Coffee'. Molasses. Nails. Tin Plato, Bar andPir Lead, Fih la barrels, kegs. Kits, ivc, vviudow Glass, Cotton Yarn, Do. mcstlcs, Hemp and Rags la bales, Tobaccoin box cs,Kico, Hides, Bale Hope Baeirlnz.Coniaee.Loatli- erlnrollsand bxi. Hard ware, Glass and ftneens ware in crates and boxes, Lead asd Paints In kegs. Clover beed. (jnetse,: Candles, Snap, Butter, Beeswax, 01Iir Brandies, Wines and other liquors, Varnish. Turpentine, &c periwios...-. ... ti... ...60 .60 ..601 ..70 I1H19 I'UIVB. ULCOU, Lard and Pork in tierces, ot bariela, Bar lion, heavy Castings, Grind Mones anu unuresseu Marble per IN) lbs Plr Sletall per 100 lbs... ,Y. hisky.perbblof40gal. Salt, nerbbl ,...55 ....35 31 50 1 IHJ ....85, ....55 .65 65 2 00 ISO ?1 501 31 501 91 90 1 30 1 00 ....85 1 00, loor,perbbl,and Salt 8BCC...... Porter Ale, and Domei ....5 1 00 tic liquors, per bbl of 40 Ealons 170 1 701 1 TO S lOj 2 15 Lard. Linseed, or other! Oils of Tenneec Manu facture, per bbl of40galj. Powder, seeureiy pack 1 70 1 70 1 70 2 10 S 15 ed in casus ornogtaeaas per 100 pounds ' Carbos, Mineral Acids (at Companj's couven lence,) each Piano Fortes. boxed.... 1301 130 1 30 1 50 1 60 2 50j 10 00 2 50 10 00 3 50 10 ooj 2 75 IS 00 3 00 13 00 Cotton Gins boxed,-and Portable Harrow's o r Qn eea of the Souih Mills, each Plows (a.aorted,) and 6 50 8 50 8 50 9 50 11 00 1 Cultivators, eacb. 50 50) 50 65 65 REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS. AND EXCEPTIONS. Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be In variably charged as 10O lbs., First Class Rites. All articles of unusual size or weight, charged in propor tion to the trouble and expense of handling and space occu pied. Goods Irt Packaccs not secure or insufficient for the pro' tcction of contents, will be transported only at owner's II. Mv. AH claims fordamatres must be collected of tho nartr de lirering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods must be made within GO days from date of shipment, or they mil not be allowed. The above Companies will not be responsible forLeakace of Oils, Liquors, or otber Liquids, or for Ihe Breakage of -Jugs,xiemijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless tbey be securely Packed in Wooden Cases with their tops exposed. The followine-Articles will onlvbe Transported at "Own er's Risk," as to Breakage, Chafing; Frost, Heat, Storms, Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, vie Molasses. Dressed Marble. Glass and Chinaware, Green Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags of Shot, loose, Demijons, Fur niture, unboxed, .Moveables and llousenold Uoods, rresii Fish. Poultry. Live Stock of every description. Boxes. Ci gars -not Cased, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical Instruments. Books and Stationary. GlaiedSash. Trees and Shrubbery, Stoves and Stove Castings, Light and Hollow Castings. On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all intermediate points, no extra charge will be made during the low water season, except that all articles carried at less than Third Class Rates, will then be chareed at Third Class, but detentions arising from low water are entirely at the risk of the owner. On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermodiste points to Chattanooga. Twenty-five (25) cents for 100 lba may be added durinir 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 bo received on tha wharf, all charges paid, aud sent forward without extra charge for Drayage or Commission. No Freight received on the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex cepton Goods for Tennessee river. Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above sub ect to special contract. Emigrants with thcirfamilies and moveables taken through at low rafes. Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa tion with regard to or connected with this arrangement, will address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. R. C, Nnsh ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres, Tenn. River M.M. A T. C, Chattanooga. II. I. ANDERSON, Supt, N. A C. K. R. C JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. Kiver M. M. A T. C. june2. FALL Alt RAN GEM ENTS. FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH VILLE. T Y an arraneement between the South Carolina, JL Georgia, Western and Atlanticand Nashville i f -i . . . :i i . i . . : 1 1 v. . i 1.4- through, to Nashville at tbe following rates: .FIRST CLASS. Boxes Ilats.Honnets, Furniture, Teas and other light goods, per cubic foot 82 SECOND CLASS. Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con fectionaries.CainpheDe, Spirits Turpentine, in casks, ""'Ac, fwrltrolbs.T.1.;'. $210 - Tinrtn class. All articles not coming Under specific rates, as enumer ated in tha tariff of the roads between Chattanooga and diaries! on, (copies of which can be seen or had at the. Freight. Agent's Office) perlOO lbs $1 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 Agent ofSouth Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston. Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam ers.ator.aboutJ.2c, by. propellers. atSc, and sailing ves sels at from 3c to 7c per foot When the Nashville- and Chattanooga road i completed from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be made, of which dud faofice-wfll be given. 1L r. ANDERSON, Sunt N. tClilt. Co. N. B.Tl.csamd.differerice will be made, when goods are to be delivered at Decherd,- Shelbyville andMurfreesboro," 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 Teunessee River M. M. A T. Co. junelG tf , II. I. A. NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS, .1 rpHROUGU by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil- ,JL adelphia toi;ittsburg. Pit, Massillon, Wooster, Clere- I V ,nl . l l . : " . I .. 1 - ,- T r .. iiuiu, loieuo, vhmuuiuus, viuciuuaii, iuuianapous, ijaiaveue, Terre Haute, Chicago, and Milkaukie. Through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Cincinnati in 87 hours. Sliortesit and quickest route from the Atlantic Cities to the Great West, Passeogersiivill find this the most pleasant route to Ni Orleans. Only $11 to Cincinnati r $12 to Louis ville; $19 to SU Louis, Viii Pennsy vania Railroad, ani the following daily Steam Packefsfrom Pittsburg: BuckeyeState, Capt M W Beltshoover, leaves littsburg Sunday; K'eystone State. Capt Charles Stone, leaves Pittsburg Monday Alle gheney. Capt Charles WBatchclor, leaves Pittsburg Tues dav: Crystal Palace, Capt HKountz. leaves PittabonrWed- desday; Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs day: Pitisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts burg Saturday. Boarding and lodging on board the Packets extra- Pittsburg to Cmcinnati,'$2; Louisville, $3; St. Louis, IS. Fare through by Railroad from Piulailclphia to Pittsburg, $0 50; Jlassillon, $10; Cleveland, J10; Mansfield and Crest line, $11; Columbus, $12 65; Toledo, $18; Cincinnati, (via Crestline.) 15: Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. IL) $18 25. To Chicago, Waukegon, Kenosha, 111, Racine, Mil waukie, Shoboygun, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan Central Railroad. $13. The Cars wilMeave the Commonwealth's Station, N. E. Corneal- of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets can.be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents ofthe State and Columbia' Railroad Lines. The morning Express Train through to Piftsborg, Cleve land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M. Through to Cincinnati in 27 hours. The nigbtMail Train at 10, P. M. Through to Cincin nati in 46 lioura, including one night's comfortable rest at Pittsburg. The above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaygbnrg, John stown, Greenburg, and intermediate places. NoTiCt in case of loss, the Company will hold tbemscl ves. responsible for personal baggage only, and for an amount not exceeding $100. THOS. MOORE, Agent. june4tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Cti. The Columbia Railroad Line for llarrisburg, via Colum bia and all intermediate idacesj will leave the above station at 1; P.M. l&ssEiey9s Kesuper and Mower IltEFER 'tho Farmers to the statements below, made I j Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. I have seen it iu operation several times, I am satisfied orits great utility. As ho season is advancing, I now offer those 1 have on hand for 200: L. P. CHEATHAM. june29, 1853. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Jo.no 23, 1858. I .Cot. L.P.Cn.EATnAu: Dear Sir: I have been using 1 he " Reaping and Mowing Machine" patenientcd by Manney of Illinois, which you are now offering to tbe citizens of Ten nessee. 1 1 is a fikst bats labor savixq Machine. It works , nkatlv and bapiplt. The amount cut per day will depend principally upon tlie speed of the team. If the team can ravel four miles perliour.it will (leap or Mow, fifteen acrta n ten. hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public. Respect fully J. SHELBY. I, L.F. Bradjeyj now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,, make the following statement : We have had for more than ono week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping machmes,we bavetried it In clover aud grain blown and tan gled, and I now stite that it mows and cuts cleaner than the sytheblado, and that it will mow per day as much as 14 hands 'and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day. june29-tAw. L. F. BRADLEY. STAR CAN'DLES. CANDLES, fdr sale by novll BOXES STAR EDWARDS A HARRIS. Sahdwa&e: of S ? - P a E s ic 1 I i s -a 5S Hi 1 o f". o pa o n. 3 1- r" -sobB of ;C3 -1 s fe is .a55 w3e.a3s-i:3afc ks C3 rTi m rX ri r- -5 c s o E3 HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. FALL Ac CUNNINGHAM ,. No. 17, College St. NASHV7LLF. TENX. ARE now receiving their Fall supply of Hardwire und Cutlery direct from tho uuuiufacturersn Eu rope' and America, to which they invito the particular atten tion of Merchants visiting Nashville for thetr Fall stocks. Theirstock in store and daily coming to hand comprises a full assortment cf Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Cut lery, Guns, and all articles in their line. They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at the very highest market price in exchange for Hardware, or in payment of debts. anglS Nashville Carriage JTamifactory CARRIAGES!! CAltiri.KJESIII THE iubicrlbertakesthl j method of retarniajr his most ilncaro thanks to hit friends and the paMiej-ooerally, for the patronage he has already received, and would iaj to thom, tbat he no has on hand the LnigCNt nnil Ilet assortment of WOBK evereCercd In this market; from tho llghtTROTTING SULKY to tho finest CAP.R10LA CAU KlAGE, all of my own Manufacture. Persona from a distance can rest assured of alway finding somelnlnf; lust win suit meir tuie, "it in tne saape or carnaee." i nave ine Dr.i n nrKnicu to uo 111 Work. Callaad seorav assortment. N.B. I am prepared to build Work to order atliort no tice. I will pay particular attention to repairing, and wilt tell or repair at as low a price as any gooa Dnuaer. FRED. SLOAN, jy. 14. Lower Market Street. rpil TlIEil)ItI.lt'. T11K aaUcriber X bezs leave to state that he -till carry on the COACH AND CAKKIAGE BUSINESS. at hit old stand onNorth Market it, two door. below H. & B. Douglas. & Co. Keeps cocttantly on hand a large and wall assorted tteck from a light Baggy t a Car riola. Thankful for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a continuation, hoping by cheapness, durabilltj andgood work monhipto merit jour patronage. Jangly. GEO. L. SLOAN. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB LISHMENT. No. 11, Ctdar Street, jive doors from tht Pvilie Square, WHERE mar be found a choice and well selected XJ stock of Cloths, Casimeres and Veslings, all ft of which will be made up to order in the most Fash- IfT ionablo .Style and at as short notice as can bo done in any ..tiv In 1. a tTnifin nnfl nt ,irif-fia lii Lnil 1I10 lim.a iteady Made Clothing. Conta, Pants, and Vests ot all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts. Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac, SrGannents cut at the shortest notice. Please call and! examine. (mr5 THOS. J. HOUGH. Agent, AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY. fS55?Cl THIS establishment isoow prepared mm r5SinSiM . r. . -it- ' to manuiaciure am nanus tu it argons, aPrt nnfl 1'trtwa r.f Art-rtr flfvii-nnllnn 'Carts and Plows of every description, and any other farming impliments used iny-r -this country. roV The prices for such things will not be more than is paid for them brought from other places. We are ready to re ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and other uten sils for making 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 the surrounding counties for our work. One or two good Wamn Makers wanted immediately Good prices will be paid tor first-rate workmen. GEO. C. ALLEN. junelS Lower Market Street. DAGUEAERAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH- KENT. DOBY .VS A YEAROUT, Nashville, Tennessee, Cellege Street, ... Dobtxs A Hall, Louisville, Ky. Doarjis A Richa Bpsoy, Morssewet, Nevr York. Dobtxs A SrAOLPixo. St, Iiouis, Mo. Dobt53 A Yearoct, 31emp!ii5. Tenn. Dobtxs A ILvbkixgtox, New Orleans. At any ofthe above establishments, you can procure as fine Pictures as can be had 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 in either city to furnish artists with every article used in He art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock on the most reasonable terms. DOBYNS A CO.- N.- B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de ceased persons at all times. aug!7 tf D.ACO. IN Store and for sate Cheap for Cash : 150 bbls Cin. Whisky: 100 kegs Nails, assorted; ' 200. bbl3Flour,rariousbnds; 50 bagsCoflee; 300 bags fine Salt; 25 bbls Loaf, Crushed and 0 bbls Molasses; Powdered Sugar; 25 bxs Tobacco; various 10,000 Regalia Cigars; brands; S cases Jeukin's Teas; 10 dox Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls Mason's Dlacling; 200 rnis Wapping Paper; U5 reeb Packing Yarn. 50 bbls Pilot Jlrcad; 5 bbls Boston Crackers; 10 bbls B. A W. Crackers; 4 bbls Sugar A Piene do; Together with Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Indigo, Mad der, Spun Cotton, Shot, Lead, Powder, Mustard, Catsup, Cotton, Hemp, Bed Cords, and Hough Lines, octl tC M0RE ITEWTlANOES. WE have received by recent 'arrivals nine more of those unrivalled Pianos, madef byJ.B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co of I f A f various styles and siies, wnicn will be sola very low lor nosh or good nefes drawing interest, end warranted to give satisfaction in every respect. apr.-I W. A T.IL. GREENFIELD A CO. H. G. SCOVEL, ' Druggist and Apothecary, North tide oftUJ'vJiic fy'ore, S dorrs' West of ths AluhtilltJua. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Paints, Bncsnxs, PsarmiraT, , PowDin, Oris, Dre Srcrrs,' Fasct Akxiclis, Shot, YAiunsnxs, Glass; Glassware, Lkad, . . SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, . . XJTBRO ABBOMJNALSUPPORTERSand TRUSSES WASHITA OIL STONES, Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, &c. AashviSe, March 11, 185-3. MARSHAL'S SALE. -r-V VlIiTITR OPFfllTH WTtlTS nf firrl f.ieins Inmi. H directed, from the Circuit Court of the United States forthe Middle District of Tennessee, founded on ErarJude- menu, rendered in said Court at its September Tend, lSiis, ton-it: David Jayne A Son, tr. MarkL. Cartwright, and Leroy Armstrong, Judgment 15th September, 1853; same, ts. same, Judgment 15th September, l5iv; W. M'Callv A Son, rr. same. Judgment 15th September, 1853, and .John M. Oty, ts. same, Judgment 16th September, 1853. 1 will sell to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court House door, in the City of Nashville, on MONDAY, the 12th day of December, 1853, all the right, title, claim, and interest, ofthe said Defendant, Leroy Armstrong, in and to the following Lots, in the City of Nashville, to wit LOT, No..89, as designated in the plan of the College or Academy property, fronting 50 feet on Cherry street, and running back the usual depth of Lota in that part cf tbo City, and is adjoining the residence of Wm. Stockcll. -ALSO, part of Lot, No. 37, fronting 50 feet on Summer street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the North-west corner of B. F. Mosely's Lot on the eau side of Summer street; thence along the east side of said street 0 feet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with Slimmer street 10 fest to Newnam's line; thence running back with said line about 1C0 feet to an Alley; thence south wardly with said AUey 60 feet to Mosely's , corner; thence "with the line of Mosely's Lot, about 170 feet, to the, begin ning comer. , ' The undivided interest of M vk L. Cartwrieht, in th above described Lots, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by two Deeds, bearing date the 21st June, 1553, and are of re cord in the Register's office, for Davidson county, in Book, No 17, pages 2'j5 and i'jO. Both of said Lots have been levied upon as the property of Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writsj this 25th day of October, 1S53. . Marshall, U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee., By his Deputy, B. N. CLEMENTS. oct27 tf. DR'UGS5 &c. 21 CHARD 0. CUEEEY, -CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, lu.35 Virion strett, Xazltffle. HAVING pnrcliascd the entire, interest in tb firm of Currey MarfitT, witf continue the DRUG BESI- I Ti "us cny, onu nopcj mat sinci attention 10 busineM and i the purify and ffemmeHttsot his stock will ensure h-m I 1 1iDeraLshare of nubliccatronare. He expects in a few dat a to receive his , FALL SUPPLIES S1!0!014 FIES11 DKlTGS and PURE Mtfinuu-VKS, together wilh tlie usual variety faint. Ottr, I irnlties, aiittvart and Fancy articles for the vhUe. set and cUg retail trade. octg IE EntriTv cKWEMisTAND D1.UGGIST, No. bo, Vmoa street, Nashville. Harire rebted my Store, and now Tenirnishing it wilh ihe choicest SfT m,!laiy CHEMICALS, MEDICINES, DRUGS. Ac resoectrullv suW. . ,:. r.v . 4 rooage so liberally extend'ed to him dtiri ns the past two rears. as pure fresh and genuine. 'enc other can fini a pbc m ) hisestnbli . Physician's prescriptions compounded with neatness -and t mspaiciim aii uvi-rs, iuiu oi ute cuwcesi meaicme. tocl23. JUST JiECEIVED A LARGI-: AD FILL supply of the SHAKER IiEUBH, cnsist.ng ef Sire, lijssoj.. Catnip, Lemon, Balm, Itue. Jlarsh, Mallow, Dosbw ianxy, spiKenare, pearmlol, foxglove, lloarhoond. WINE OF COLCHICUM SEEDTHE dpi ficinal article of this valuable medicines of Pow;r A Whightmaa's manufacture, just received by 3 KIOIIARDJO. CCRREY TINCTURE OF YERATUM VIRHJB.-A new and Tresli supply of this very valuable new rarbe dy.jiisl received by :oct RICIIARD 0. CUTtREY. SELECa POWDEKS OF UASKKLI.7MER1 nck& Bull; equal to if not superior to thce of our other establishment. A full assortment oo hand, fresh an d genuine. Physicians should usenootherkindofmediciaes. ""'- . RICHARD O. CURREY, I TLSSIX-riNt; C.VSES.-FOtlt DOZ. CASKS J Je of DisseciiDg Instruments recetve.1 and IV.r sale low by EtCHAP.D O. CCRKEY. oct23 No. 35 Union L, Nashnlle. T A"0"0" FoU VNALVilL ALCHli JL- MlaTKi . The nnK-rmgned continues to give his at tention to tlie analysis of Mineral waters, ores, sods, veget able substances, and productions f art. He is suppLe-l with all the necew apparatus and purest ihemitals, and will promptly analyie all substances placed in his posses sion. When it is practicable, researches will be instituted and opinions given on all chemical questions. Terms moderate and uniform. RICHARD O. CCRREY, oct23 tf No. .', Union st, Nashville. C10LD, DAMP, WEI" FEET. TO PRE. vent this verv disagreeable and unheatiiv condition of the Teet, get tbe WATER PROOF CORK SOL' S, for saie by nov4 U. (j SCOVEL. eyriiivnixiL li vel y ITcecjies J"j i s"tP Uvjcceived by novi U. G. SCOVEL. THE FAVOItlTE BRAND 7) TOB,U( 0, luinghorn A Armistead's, for sale, at retvl or whcle sale. by nov4 ILG. f-COY'EL riMIE MOST lINPltECEOENTP:DLYTPOPl -X lard'ellicftcioa BODY BRACE is that onymatei by Dr. Banning, for deli. afe. weak and debilitated females or males, who suffer from weakness tf the breast, short Forsale by JL C-. SCOVEI North side of Ihe Public Square, three doors West of tbe Nashville Inn. (norl P ILKsl PERSON'S SL Fl-'jKRl7GFROM A this very unpletisant and painful compfaint, will tad relief in the use of House's Pa OiatmcnL For sale br '"" II O. SCOVEL. TV1, AJ m TRASK'S if AKJlRTir GIXTIf rsi T . ht to do kept in ererr tamilr. to ar.olv in ensn lA wound, bruises. cnt, sure-, pains in the buck, breast cr side, as well as all rheumatic afiecllons. Fi r sale br tie Agent, nov4 H t.. SCOVlL 1500 Lbs. STARCH On hand aud for sale br octs II. O. SCOYl U OTRETCH A OUR, CORNER OF COLLEGE O and Union, slteet. Nashville. Teon. Wholesale ar.d Retail deaW in Drugs, Medici net. Paint., Oil, DveStuffi, "A indow Glass, Per fumerr. Fins Tnitet Soaps, Brashes. Pure Wines and Bnuuiios, eves,4y Ur roedic.nal pur poses. Drugg.sls, Phyiwians, CimntrTMerchanisand Man ufacturers supplied on he must liberal terms. STRETCH A OKR, Wholesale and Retad Drugs'. sorner College and Umoa ntnetn. Scf. ' COLOGNE IVATEIL-JIst" RECEILPA large supply of superior Cologne Wa'er. in large tanry bottles. For sale by nov STRIiTCU A OP.il. COMPOUND OX -MARROW.-SIX DOZKV Basm's Compound Ox Marrow, a Taluabie preparation for the Hair. For gale br nor STRfrrt'llA OliE AMANDINE. A SUPPLY OFMMS V AL1 -able preparation far the cure an. 1 rever.boaef chapped hands. Just received and for sale by t9 "STISETCHA ORU. IJ"ORTi.EU;HT BO'rrLliS DR. nor . WOOD'S Tincture cf Vetatrusi YiridV, forcoolroi:ing the Aclii.n ofthe Heart ami Arteries, in all ease where there is a preternatural frequency. For sak- bv "Q ' STRETCIIAORR. DR. WATERS' TOOTH SOAP. DR. WAT. TEUSDoar Sir This is to. certify iliat i bate used yuurSoap DeBtifrice, and run perfectly satisfied it is the best article ofthe kind in use, and o loiatr as ycu continue t maniiiacture.it of a pure article, you w il I nod n readr sate for it. No person in tbe travelling comrmmiry should be without it.- C11AS. S. ROWELL, Dentist. No. 11. Chamlxra sM. Y nix; utseu aiera unerateu loom soai p. JOSt ICCtlVtl and forsale by novf) Cooer College and l oion Sv 1200 Soots, Shoes &c. Case R. S. HOLLINS & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, No. 21 and ZC, Comer of College and Union streets. HAVE received for tho FA U. AN ! WINTER Tit ,YDE 1300 OASES BOOTH, Sii'JK i.AT.i,l.l' TRUNKS, ke. Being tlie LARGEST STOCK of Ooc.i I they have ever offered in this market, mh! whit h for , 1 prut and rurit4y will equal any Stock in the I jly. Merchants and at! others making their purchases 13 Nashviaei iviU find it tofaeir INTKKtST to give our Slc.k an examination befvre buying. R. S. HOT UN'S A tl JhtT" Feathers, Ginseng. Beeswax ami Wool, received m exchange for Goods at the highest market price. ngl7 tf b w 0 NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!:" RECEIVED AT THURSTON A BERNARD'S, JVo. 9 Union Stre f. WE are now receiving, direct from the Easfern c.f m. some ofthe very latest style of Fall and Winter dress I Goods consisting in port of SILKS, KrocaJ. Plaid, (ln;k, I figured and plain Black, Persian CloUis, and all trior X , lin Delanes; ChemiMHtes and Sleeve in wk, French Nee i die A Yoik Collars, Mourning Collars and Sleeves, Embrud ' Linen Comb. Il'dkYs, Velvet Ribbons, (imips and Gallocif, I Jaconet and Swiss Insertinrs and Edging-. Jaconet lfonds I and Flouncing, Ac Ac HOSIERY and GLOVES, all j shades and qualities, Children's and Mi-ises sixes, all cc! j ors, which we are offering very low. Thx -o In search cf good Goods, and at low priees, will do well to giro u a ' call. No cliarge for showing goods. I Jej14-tf THUKSTON A BERNARD. BAItK AND LEA V KS. 1 wk"uv imrehase wdh cash, a large qiunuty of Cheataat Oak lrk and Shoe make Leaves, for Tanmg"purpne!i, Apply to J. G. Mocre, , corner of Union and Market si reels, j "uly27TdAwlf. FKKDRK K ROTIL LIQUORS !) bbls Tea tessee D I) Whisky, 50 barrels Old MoumgalWla " 1 50 bbls Old Bobrbon Whifcr,)M bbb New FngUnd Euar I 50 " Old R)e 30 - A. M. (iin; I 50 " Old Rescrv " 20 " Sweet Wine; j lOJf pipes Old Cop Brandy;10 " 01dort Wine I 2 " Holland Gin; 2o boxes Brandr Cherriest I 10 bbli old Maderia 'in 50 - Claret Wine; 20 Indian bbls Sweet AVine; li " aasorteil Cor'dml.r 100 bbls A. M. Brandy, 15 gals. C4.1 Freneh Brandy; In store and for sale low by LAN 1 Bit A BROTHER. QUNDKIES. 10.bl Ut ilurri"o kegs of Nailt; O 1000 Bbls No. 1 Salt; 20 tons assorted Iron; 0 dox Painted Bucke'f; 5 bWs Ifrimstone; 20 nests of Tubs; 5 " Alum; 20 " half bnohel mcwure100 Ilows; 5000 lbs bar Led; 2o bbls No S Mackerel;' 200 bags Shot, assorted; So kite No I and de; 100 assorted Deinijohns; 20 bUsS S Almmds; 60 boxes Cuba Sixes CigarsjlO " large Pecan.-; 50 dox Bedcords and Xino;50 boxiM Pix; 50 bags Race, Ginger; tm - Tolmccn, assorted; 25 bags Pepper; S tierces Fnb Ricei 50 boxes Dried Herring; 35 bbls English Soda; A casK jiauuer; Ml DoTesi-rr-h Teas, !? ty Sfoughton Rittors;10 " Crome's best InJ.go I -L " .'tourext; Togetberwith many other articles, which wdl be told I low by decl4 LAN1ERA BROTHER, market st, FU1ZNTTUBE! FOENITUEE ! ! ' T AM just remvinca tme assortment of Fur-. ' t vfas, which will be warranted as recnumeod-' ' 51 I ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having en- ! ai-ged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment 01 (.: bert's superior Pianos, aba Window Shades, Clocks, M.r- I rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Art.cle 1 sent free to the Railroad oranvwlwre in tbe city. Remeis- 1 ber45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot, ! ap27 I II. MORTON i " SOMETHING NEW. THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FrRNITFRU MANUFACMURING COMPANY, are now oHcncgt 'iBSysplendid assortment of Phunaod Fa-luonsb! k ur I y mtureat their Depoton Mark:t stieet.Thoinaj-'f I gKJJ3new building, (between Union Hail and the UV, . Square,) which they oiler at prices to suit purchasers, Pl : both at whole sale and retaiL They intend to give SiUstac tion to purchasers work warranted. Call and examine theirstock. Orders ftir Wo -k attended wilh despatch. R. IL GROOMS, PrraX j W-L-Jaxc. Sec'r- septif SUNDltlES. loo kegsils, tusorf ad sires, 50 boxes Langhern Aimstead & Tobacco, very su perior; 20 barrels Tar; 15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard; 2000 lb? Bacon, suitable or family use; . 25 grou ofbax Matches-. , .... 'A few barrcLfoTtkat same old Whisky. Also, a few hfidd of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortmectot Groceries, at wholesale or retail, atffo. 28, College street, oppoiiteSewtnce House. mayllj R. F. BELL. nessui uream, pain rn taecnesi, weaADess and bleed. nir ot i the l ings, palmtatien of the hert, dwpepsia, costivcesa , I f 'ics i-umg ui inv iwnm anu icsuency i mp.ure, laiiinoi inowomu.