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ATTORNEY AT LA WAND LAND AGENT.
M'oco VillaRe, Texae,
i, -.-YTTII'Irattend to the collection of debts, and tha invest"-
V gatiou and perfecting of land titles in Texas:
v. . ,. REFEKESCES.
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' i-SIotix L. Ur.irv, Governor W'tu B. Caupbiu..
"HAH KNOW THYSELF."
An Invaluable Book for 25 cent. "-Every FamUy
should lusxe a Copy."
TWENTY THOUSAND. Copies sold inles3
titan 5 monllis. A new edition, revised
end improve"!, just issued.
IJTt- llUIMlfcHS AltUlUAU MAffUAlj
AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an
outlineof the origin, progress, treatment and cureof every
form .f disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual inter
course, by self abuse or by fexual excess, with advice tor
Iheirprcvention, written in a familiar style, avoiding all
medical technicalities, and everything that would offend the
ear of decency, from the result ot some twenty years success
ul practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of a
delicate or private nature.
To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis
' eases, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the
i Fever and Ague.
Testimoni' op Tns JRor. or Obstetrics ix Pkxx. Col
ege, 1'uiLADELruiA. DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN
UA L. The author of this work unlifce the majority of those
works whoadverlise to cure the diseases of which it treats,
s a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United
States. It aifords me pleasure to recommend him to the
unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful
and experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity
.her mar place the greatest conQdeucc.
JOSEPH LONGSHORE. II. D.
Fbom A. WoonWAtm, SI. D or Pesnr. Umvkbsitt, Phil
adelphia. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to
thepro.'essionalabilityofthe Author of the "Medical Man
ual. Xu-neroQ cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs,
ome of them of long standing, have come under my no
tice, in which his f kilthas been mauifest in restoring toper
cct health, in some instances wbere the patient has been
"considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Semi
nal Weakness, or disarrangementof the functions,produced(
y self abuse or excas of venery, 1 do not know his supe
i'or in the profession. 1 have bcen acquainted with the
Author some thirty years, and deem it ho more than justice
o him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim ot
earlv indiscretion, to recommend him as one, in whose pro-e-iiional
.skill and integrity, they may safely confide tliem
6 elves. ALK. WOODWARD, M. D.
"This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and
ntelligible work published on the class of diseases which
.' t treats. Avoidingull technical terms, it addresses itself
i the reason of its rc.iders. It is free from all objections,
le matter; and no parent, however fastidious, e
o placing it in the hands of h'u sons. The author has de
voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints
rcatcd of, and 'with too little breath to puff,' and 'too lit
o presumption to impose,' he lias offered to the world at
lie merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some
wenty years most successful practice" Jferald.
"No teacher or parent should be without the knowledge
mparlcd in this invaluable work. It would save years of
pam, mortilicatiou and sorrow to the youth under their
charge."- -1'e-wlt'i A J vacate.
A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun
cr'a Medical Manual, says: "Thousands upon thousands
ofourjoulh, bv evil example and intluenco of the passions,
have been led into the habit of e elf-pollution withsut realii
ug the sin and fearful cousequeuces upon themselves and
posterity. The cunstitutious of thousands vt ho are raising
f amilies have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and they
do not know the csuse or the cure. Anything tliat can be
done so to enlighten and influence the public mind as to
check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source of
human wreLhedncss, would confer the greatest blessing
uext to llie religion of Jesus Christ, on tlio preseptand
coming generations. lutemperance (or the ue of intoxi
cating drinks,) though it has t.lain thousands upon thous
ands, is nt a greater scourge to the human race. Accept
my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-worker in
Uie good uuik you are so actively engaged in."
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Publishers, Box 196, Philada.
Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents supplied on
he most liberal terms. septa7 ly
ANTI-PATENT .MEDICINE HOUSE. AVE
resjieclfully beg leave to make known to the public
that we have disitaijed from our Drug Store all Patent
aud Proprietory Medicines, and henceforth will not engage
in the sale of tticm. Our whole attention 'will be 'devrU-d
to Uie preparation and sale of Legitimate Medicinos, which
we will warrant to Ie ol the purest quality.
Particular attention given to filling Bills and Prescrip
tions. Our prires will be found to be as low as the lowest,
as we are iletcrmined not to be undersold by any in this
market. We keep no clerks in our employ but those ex
perienced in the business.
In confirmation of the above facta, all are invited to call
mid soo for themselves. StRETCU A ORR,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists corner College and
Union streeis, Nashville. nov27
STATE OP TENNESSEE,
DuviiKon County Court,
January Term, 1854.
Hannah Si Jones, Adm'rs, Ac., I
s. V Order of Publication.
Jones A Hannah and others. 1
IT hriDearimj to the satisfaction of the Court that two of
I the defendants in tha abovo case.towit: J.M. Carter
rihI his wife Narcissa Carter, are non-reh'ulentsoftliis State,
and that the usual process of the Court' cannot be served
ujKin thtm it wasordeied that publication beniade for 30
days, fc aid defendants to come forward at the next term
of V urt, to le held at the Court House in the town o!
' .(e. on the first Monday in February. 1854. aud
aiifwer or demur lo the petition, or the same will ba
i for confessed as to them, aud set for hearing.
ixulm F R. CjUCATIIAM, Clerk. Ac.
NEW CARRIAGE WARE E00M,
Nos. 31, 3( :inii:i8, Deailcrick Street.
Ml-SSRS. CRAM & SHEPERD would respectfully in.
foim llicirfricnits and tlie puhlictthat they have now
completed their new Ware Room, and are now in receipt
ol'a splendid assortment of Carriage materials which we
are prepared to manufacture into Carriages of every de
scription. We intend to Veep an assortment of Carnages
and Harness on hand which we will dispose of on as reas
onable terms as any houe in the city.
Repairing in all its branches at low rates with prompt
ness. All work doue by us will be warranted as good as
- Thankful for the liberal patronage extended us, we re
pectfnllv solicit a continuation of the fame.
feb " Vt-1 y
OII1RTS ! SHIRTS ! ! SHIRTS 1 1 ! Received
O this day another supply of Shirts, with and without
collars bet .iiiality, all warranted to fit For sale by
IVbl'M MYERS A McOlLL.
COLLARS Every varivtv of Shirt Collars received
(T MYERS A McGILL.
"I TNDElttVEAlt. We liave in Store agood assort
J uieni i.f Under Shirts and Drawers, of Silk, Merinos,
Shaker llaancl, ic, Ac Forfiale by
MYERS A McGILL,
- ! - Ladles' aud Gentlemen's lrnishiug Store, No. 50 Col
lege stivet. febl'54.
-TAYLOR'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
BR0.BWAT, (Cor. of FrankUn Street,) New York.
r.S conq h- v J and opened for travellers who desire agree--j-abte
ar.d a'trjctive accomiuodatioiis. It is conducted
upon the principle of the best European Hotels, the meals
ling i-ened in the several apartments, Or at the tables in
the saloon, at the option of guests. The Hotel and Furni
ture co3.bine elegance with comfort, and is designed as well
foVthc convenient iirccpuou of travellers bv the late trains.
EAND WARR-VNTS Weare buying and paving
the very highr. prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
nais at 3 distance hav ug uiurants to sell by sending to us
bWHiil or otherwise may ilejieiid on getting the higliest
pnccTnt uuiclitheymv iellmgsit the time 111 Nashvilie, and
the cash remitted or paid to order,
julyo! DYKRPEARLA- CO.
ERIC1C DWELT.ING HOUSE FOR RENT
The. Brick Hous,e, No. C Cherry stieet, lately occupied
hr Gen S R Anderson, will be rented to a good tenant,
fjr Hum e-r 1354. Apply to RAMAGE A OllURCH,
ilfeSf 42 College street
STOLEN ONEHUNDRED DOLLARS KKWAR1).
Stolen from my Slable on Union Street, on the nipht of
the lCth instant, my pair of CARRIAGE HORSES. Tbey
were closely matched, of a bay color, iboat 15 bands
bich bobtails, and Mars m the forehead of lach, with some
litVw'Hte on one or both of their hind legs. I will give
'!0 fir llie recorery or the horses, or aiy information so
That l.cin get them, or f ICO for ' ..Jf f aIlJ
horses Address JOHN W , ALIvhlt,
janl?, 1S1 0r Capt Hanmer, NaslivHIe Inn Stables.
' DR. J. W. GRAY.
HAS removed to No. t Clierry street, ncxrdoor to Dr. B
W.HalL Residence Sewanee. j
ian29 'ot tf .
Y-vjl p. .S. WOOltWAIlL. Utuce.0. V vnerry sirces
JJlhres doors north of Church street, has on bandVacine
Ma'ter or the very best quality, wbicb be will supply to the
prorejaioaenerally. cctfi ly
-t AAA Ins. CRUDE AND HOLE BRIM.
J-U U U STONE, just received and for ale- by
janl9 - uit- i, K.ijroauway.
T7MGHT HUNDRED JjUS. HACK
I just received and for safe by
FIVE HUNDRED LBS."
deceived and for sale by
W. F. GRAYj
rpEN MBLS GLUE ASSOUTEP.AUMBIStS,
X just received and for sale by W ,r. UltAl,
janlO . lIiroadwfty.
TTUYE HUNDRED LBS EMORY,. JYSSURTBLi NUM-
janlO ' W. F. GRAY, NrtAnBroaaway.
THIRTY-SIX DOZ. BARRY'S' TRICO.
PHEROUS, just received and forsale by
jan5 V, F, GUA.Y(lf roadway.
TMIIltTY-JJIX DOZ. lA'ON'S KATJIERION
JL just received andTorjsale by W, F. GRAY,
jan5 IT Broadway.
OIX TIIOUSATVD 1'IVE HUNDliED i-BS,
O Ies New Castle Super CaroSoda; jfist'cceived'and
W.F1 GRA , 17 Broadway.
T?1VE HUNDRED THOUSAND PERCUS
CAPS, just received and for sale, by
V' l GRAY,. IT Broadway,
T7IFTEKN iji;m)!'i:i) r.Bs. RED
just received and fur sale by ' V'. F. GRAY,
17 Broad war.
VIVE HUNDRED I.BS. SUPERIOR AH-
TICLE Madias' Indigo, just received andlor kale by
jan5 W. F GRAY, 17 Broadway.
HREK HUNDRED BOXES WINDOW
Class and Glassware, just received and Jor'sale by.
j'an5 W. F. G RAY, 1,7' Broadway.
rpwo HUNDRED KEGS PURE AVH1TE
Jl LEADJust received and for sale by
jan5 W. F. GRAYj-17 Broadwayi .
GROSS JIUSTANG XINJJUENT,
-- which will be sold unusually low, just received and for
W. F. GRAY, J7 Broadway.
-NE THOUSAND LBS DUTCH JIAUliKli
J just received and for sale br
W. F. GRAY. 17 Broadway!
rpHREE HUNDRED LBS. CREAJI TAK
J. TAR, just received and for sale by - i .
jan5 b. w. A -o. W.,F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
HUNDRED KEGS PURE WHITE
LEAD, just received and for sale by -
dec31 H KCUVKL.
I.IIS. PATENT DRYER. SUPE-
R10R to any Dryer now in uso. Just received and for
by decSV II O-SCOYEL
SJX HUNDRED jVND THIRTV-EKcaaT
ISiS. RED LEAD, JUST received aud Tor sale
by dec31 H G SCOYEL
17IGHT HUNDRED LBS. YJJLLOW OCHRE
1 just recived and for sale by
IT1VE GROSS 3IUSTANGEIN13IENT, JUST
L; received and for sa'e by Hec20 H G SyOVEU
just received and for sale by
TT'OUR BBLS. TURPENTINE, JUST RE-
JJ CEIYEDandforsiToby. dec31 II G SCOYEL-
FOUR BBLS. TIMOTHY SEED,IUST RE
CEIVED and for sale by decSlJ 11 G SCOYEL
IVE BBLS. CLOVER SEED, JLST RE
CEIVED aud for sale by decSl UGSCUhL
a OLD LIJAI'. A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
just received and for sale by
decl-0 p Ac . ILG SCOYEL.
O- NE CASE INDIGO, IN STORE AND FOR
sale by dec2l H. G. SCOYEL.
I70UR BBLS. NIC WOOD, IN STORE AND
? for sale by dec21 II. O. SCOVEL.
in store and lor sale by
II. G. SCOYEL.
OUR BARRELS FUSTIC, IN STORE AND
for sale by dec21
H. G. SCOVEL.
TWELVE HUNDRED BLAKE'S nati
PROOF PAINT Just received and for sale by
dec21 H. li.huuviiti.
THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE
LBS PUTTY, in bladders, for sale by
deoai U. G. SCOYEL.
SIXTY LBS. CHINA WHITE, GROUND IN
Oil. a superior article for inside fine painting, for sale
by decll ILG. SCOVEL.
"rXE HUNDRED LBS. RED LEAD GROUND
V in Oil, just received and lor sale by
H. G. SCOYEL.
SIX DOZ.TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA,
For the removal and permanent cure ot Scrofula, or
King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions,
Ac For sale by 1L G. SCOYEL,
North side of Public Square, three .doors wet of .the Nash
"lie Inn. B dec21.
for sale by
stripped BLUE GRASS.
Just received aDd
LARD AND LINSEED OILS 10 BBLS.
Winter Iird Oil prime quality, liban els Linseel
Oil.Receivcd and for sale by
I71VEBBLS. BEST FURNITURE VARNISH.
. 65 boxes Fire Crackers.
Iy0 gross Patridge's Matclies. . . :is ,i..-I
1 cask best Dutch Madder, received and for salelow.
decl5 EWIN BROTHEltS.
FplNCT. VER ATRIA VEVIDI.-SIX DOZ.
I Norword's Tinct Veratria"Arevidi, on Sale. ' " "
declS EWIN BROTHERS.
EPPER AND SPICE. 1300 LBS. BLACK
PEPPE; C3D lbs. Spice. "Received this ilav' arid for
sale by janl EWIN BROTHERS.
ACKEREL 20 BAlHtELS MACKEREL;
So half bbls Mackerel; 80 kits do;
J ust received and for sale low bv
JOHNSON, H0RNE A CO.,
nov22 " Broadway.
STAR CANDLES 100 BOXES STAR CAN
dlesjust received and for sale low, to close, by
uov22 JOHNSON, 110RNE fc CO.
OUGAR--20 BARRELS CRUSHED SU,GAR;
(5 20 bbls Iiaf Sugar, 10 bbls Powdered do;
Just received and lor sale bv
JOHNSON. HORNEA CO.
AU LEAD5 ICEGS BAR LEAD;
Just received by . ..
nov22 juit.ci., iiuit.Mj v
CEMENT- 300 BARRELS
JL Louisville Hydraulic Cement,
Just received and tor
gAle by JOHNSON, 110KNK .CU.
OALT--200 BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT;
O 150 bags Fine Salt; just received by
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.,
ALE! ALE! !-50 BARRELS "THACEV A:
Wilkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re
ceivedandforsale low to close, by ' rA
noT27 JOHNSON, HORNE &.C0?
CALES! SCALES! ! WE ARE CON
STANTLY supplied with Blundell's unequalled Wheel
and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,C00 lbs., which will be
sold exceedingly low. '
We can also supply Railroad Ttack and Depot Scales,
from three to tally tons, on llie mosi reasonauie lenim.
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.,
nov28 BroaJ.'Y?y-. '
RESH GROCERIES DIRECT FROM NEW
Orleans. New Sugar, Fresh Rice; l'rime Ri CofTee;
Lacuyra Coffee; hpice; Peptier; Sperm Candles. Ac. 'For
saftlowforCaihby JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
ANGIIORN & ARMISTEAD. 100 PACK-
ages of I-anghorn & Armistead's superior Chewing To
bacco, just received and for sale by .
oct2G JOHNSON, HORNEA C6j
OPARTNERSHIP I HAVE THIS DAY
associated with me in the Wholesale Grocery,- Com
mission, Receiving and Forwarding Businccs, Mr. WIL
LIAM PHILLIPS, ot Nashville, under the name and style
or LANIER A PHILLIP
noV2 L. IL, LAMER.
T7RES1I PINE .APPLES. 40.DOZ. FUESH
I'' Pine Annies in class jars. Just received and ldr sale
by- ,forta GEORGE GREIG.
TTRESlF VeACHES 25 DOZEN FRESH
JP Peaches in glass and in tin canisters Henr,ct-cally
staled. For sale ly fnov29.J GEORGE GREIG.
17RENCH BRANDIES AND W1NES.---ON
JL; hand and for sale afi assortmeat.of fine.' Brandies nbd
Wii.es, of every vatiety, nhich for. quality is warranted
equal to anv effered in mai kct and sold -wholesale or. retail
at the former low prices by novfi). GEO. OREIG.
LD BOURBON WHISKY.-A FEW BLS.
of extra quality .Bnurboh Whisky .Just, teemed and
for sale bv
J7RESH THAS.-J UST KIXJSH KW
at.somne.it of.extr.i tine Black ,."ar
muled aniK.-iior bv uov2;. GEOKbL fiRHu.
MGARS.-ON II iND AND TO sxms.
clnicc selection llavanna anu 1 "i
il CRIVED and I'orMicby
ThovSSl GEO. GREIG.
TSTlErT-iMTt.-iirr-sP.' ino BOXES .PINE
I Apple Cheese, of extra quality-, .mldein Grfthen, New
5u ' jBEO .GREIG.
VALUABLE LOT FOR SALE. ,
1 shit ur.v. t ilT fiir-ihp fetiai of tlrrrelirsre store
'V. bouses, 40 feet from' llie corner of Broad and High
Mi-ects, fronting 75 feet on' South Broad, street, . running
back 140 feet to a 20 foot alley. , Make- early application at
ao. os i. uerry sireei, 10 j't ;- " , j
jjnl? Real Estale Agef.
I!'ll.tVIlirmiAM CtlU.VLT. -
TAKEN UP by John W: 'Mabrr, 'livihgn, Hitteiari
Countv. Tennessee, and in District No.'l. a"browti
MARE, about 10 years old; about 15 iuuidshigh; some sad
dle spois; snoa before. Appraised oa.uie uin iiecemuer,
1S03, 10 lony dollars. . v "'""p
janl4 w3t A' Ranger.
PLOUG1IS.-ONE HUNDltliD HAUL'S
tjjibs; ' ' w, h; qordon a co."
'1.' TSnWf ANTCOTTS.
u .u-yi--- -
we. :,J. i." -;. .i
PALL & OUNNINGrliaM,
.Zi.HoiAl COLLEGE. STEEET,
Air i iWJ.i, r. ... n.i... ! "
Y. GOHS. TOOLS,
HdbsE BUILCiMfi MATERIALS,
atmJxstiA 'Sua 3M; mM Mjoi vtm wji
ncMi?n at T.r
TTAVE now'bn 'hand an extensive assortment of HARD-
, JOl WARE of every description", and would invite the at-
tenuonoLall-Jiisituu.uxio visiting jiasnyuieior supplies
' r . 1 11 t. c ' 1 '
10 gi.ve,iueui a ran utiuiuiiu.-wittauig
Feathers, Ginseng andlieeswax, received at the liighest
'martet'pric in exchange for GOODS pr in' paymeul of
AWUULUViS. Lianii u.
A FORTUNE IN ONE YEAR FOR 8100
rpHE undersigned will, on the leceipCpf 51, post, paid,
give inn insiruciiona m a uusiucso is, uuw jjaiujj
ad QigA a? irom iu'ioou pr uay. uv iiiiuiuiuliuii gncu
,willbt.r thbmost astonishing and useful character' ever
communicated 'to.mau. ;27 fntllicarf ussurfd; thai Viit
. no Jnumbuy. The business is all respectable, and honora-
pic, anu reqmresTio capiuu. 1 cancuiiuuenuy suj mai 110
'jiersbn out of or in emplftyment, "whetherhe be rich orpoor,
let his emplovmentbe what ib may,, will ever regret send-
- 1 - . r .1 f f. 1 1 j
disposed to give this bustnessa lair triil.can make a hand
some fortune in one tMr, so sure as to render a failure alf
MfanmmpottMe. Adaress, post 'paid,
. r D. P. BLACKBURN
jan254 Im. ' .Hampshire, Maury ca,- Tennessee.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODSI!
- EEfiElYED' AT THURSTON '& BERNARD'S, ,
. A'o., 9 Union Street. L
'YTTK are' now receiving, direct'from the Eastern 'cities,
' tVV some bf the very latest stylos of Fall and Winter dress
Goods, consistinjr in part of SILKS. Brocade. Plaid, Check.
figured an4 plain Black, Persian Cloths,, and all wool Mus
lin Delahes; Chemisettes and Sleeves in. sets, French Nee-
UIG ti UIVANUI.i lUVUluUJ uiuaiuiu UIWI UHWUtU
Linen. Camb .1 1'dk'f. Velvet Ribbons. Gimps and Galloons.
Jaconet and Swiss Insertions and Edgings, -Jaoonct.Bands
,and, Flouncing, , Ac,, Ac. .HOSIERY and GLOVES, aU
diiaue.s lina quaiuies, vuuuren uuu jiiisses mzcs, aii coi
ors.'which we aro oflerin? very low. Those Tn search ol
cood G6o34, and at low1 prices, will do wel to give us a
Sill.. No charge for showing "goods.
sepU-tf THURSTON & BERNARD.
J. & J. C. CONRpY,
HO. 52 FULTON STREET, NEW Y02K.
WOULD call ' the attention 01 deale're to their' large
assortment of Fishing Tackle, of the liest qualities
nnd.most desirable, varieties, viz: Salmon. Lake and Trout
JJlias; FloatsLines, Jets, Reels and Rods of all kinds and
YuneMC, at. ac.
A Urge stock of first quality or ConiOy's ccUbrated
: LIMERICK HOOKS.
A general assortment of Fishing Rods' of their owa manu
facture; Fike and Drag-Nets ineVery variety, Ac ; all of the
best kind and at the lowest prices. A. liberal discount to
the trade. Jan29.-54. Sra.1
' .NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
a THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
adelph'ia io Pjttsburg, PjU,31assillon, Wooster, Cleve
land, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette,
Terre Haute. Chica'm and Milkaukie. Through bvRailroad
from Iliiladcfphia to Cincinrati in 37 hours.
Shortest and quickest route lrom the Atlantic Cities to the
Great West. Passengers will find this the most pleasant
rouie'to N. Orleans. Only 11 to Cincinnati: 412"toLouis-
ville; $19 to St Louis, Via Pennsyvanla Railroad, and the
following daily Steam Packets from Pittsburg: BqekeyeState,
CaptM WBcltshoover, leaves Pittsburg Sunday; Kpystone
State, Capt Charles Stone, leaves Piluburg Monday; Alle
gheney, Capt Charles W Batchelor, leaves Pittsburg Tues
day! .Crystal Palace, Capt II Kountz, leaves" Piltsburg Wed
nesday; Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, leaves 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 Cincinnati, 2 ;' Louisville, $3; St.
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Pittsburg, I
,ja 60; Jiassuion, civ; .lcveiana, fiu ; iuansuam ana Urest
line, $11; Columbus, $12 C5; Toledo, $13; Cincinnati, (via
Ciestline,) SI 5; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. It.)
?18 25. To Chicago, Waukegan, Kenosha, 111., Racine, Mil
waukic, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad, $13.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, !N. E.
Cornear of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets
can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents oftheStatp
and Columbia Railroad Lines.
. The-moraing Express Train through to Pittsburg,-Cleveland,
Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at.7 o'clock, A. II.
Through to Cincinnati in 87 hours.
The night MailTrain atlO), P. M. Through to Cincin
nati in 45 hours, including one night's comfortable 'rest at
The above lines jiass through and stop at Lancaster, Har
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John
stown, Grcenburg, and. intermediate places.
'Nonce. In case Of loss; the Company will hold themsel
Tes responsible for personal baggage only, and for an amonut
not exceeding 100. T1I03. JIOORE, Agent.
june4tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for llarrisburg, via Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will Iaavathe above station
at P. M.
;BURY, & GO.
Tinmbcrs and Gas Fitters.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore received
from" (he community, the subscribers hope, with increased
and iinprVved facilities, and strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance oflhe same. Having recently engaged
the services of two practical Plumbers, we are prepared to
do all kinds of work iu this department to the entire satis
faction of all.
We are daily in expectation of the arrival Of a splendid
NEW STOCK OF GOODS
from the city of New York, which will comprehend all'the
most approved'and latest inventions in the way of conveni
ences jequired in .fitting up
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
and Private Houses, among which we may mention Pan
and Sell-Acting Water Closets, an article never before in
troduced here; Bath Tubs, Double and Single Showers, for
Hot and Cold ater; Vertical Boilers, on a new and im
proved principle, for supplying hot water a great saving
of fuel and other expense; Pumps of every description;
Queensware Wash Basins; Plain and Fancy Gilt,,Silver
Plated and Brass Cocks, Ac , Ac. In short alf articles Iegi
matcly in our line. J. M. SEABURY A CO.,
.jnh20-'54. lm Cooper's Building, Cherry street.
N. B. Country work promptly attended to.
We also keep on hand and for t ale JJlock Tin, Lead Pipe,
Sheet and Bar Lead of various descriptions, aud at moderate-prices.
made and repaired to order, aud all the various branches of
promptly attended to. J. M. S. & CO.
T: ASTFLORID A LAND AG ENCY.
' by j. a. : POINTS.
' - References.
Hon. A. H. H.- Stuart, Stantoo, Va.
Dr.Jnck Shackelford, Courtland, Ala.
Hon. J. J. Ormond, .Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Dr.-J. Purice, Mobile, Alai ' ,
J. J.McMalion.'Es-q, New Orleans.
CI. It. C Burnett, )
B. M. Bradford, Esq., Aberdeen, Miss.
Hon. S. Adams, )
Tampa, Florida, Jan4 !54ly. t
TTUST UKOF.n'ED AFINE ASSORTMENT
rj of Gentlemen's furnishing goods, . together with eve-
ry oescripilo.I t.1 vassuui.-ns', inuuj;a uu viu.uj.
perienced cutter.s-alid Workmen are employed at my estab
lishment, and gentlemen .can rely on having their apparel
made when promised, and in tnc inosi lasnionauie inannen
Jsn24 '54 '. Cedar street.
nYSTERS. 50 kegs Pickled Oysters at $2 per keg;
i.iii A,r i'.an Vr,-h in at 75cier Can.
- -.... - . -- . 1 .
"Received this 'dayahd' warranted good.
Jn2'J ol 1IUU.1 llliu.i,jr.
GIIEAP BREAD. Families-wih find it'to their ad
vantage to buy 24 bread TicketsforSl.
jan29 '54 JOHN NIXON, jr.
imMM. & WEAVER,
KO. 29 & 31, SOUTH MARKET STRFET, NASHVn.LE, TEXN.,
GENERAL COMMISSION; EECEIYING,
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
'-And Ilcccivcrs and Denlcrs in Cotton
Keeps on band a full supply of
nnnr!KitlKS RAGGING. ROPE. Aa:
AND will pav.fho highest price for Cotton, or make libe-
al cash adVari
iirieesrin the same for shiement.
- r- ' - ;-
. jastiville, uci. i, i03 wyiw
A rOLASSES. SYRUP, AC 150 bbls Prime Mo-
1X lasses; - 20 bbls Suagr House Molasses;
. in M.u Golden Kvrun: ,20keirs Golden Syrup, just re
cTed and for.Bale by EDWARDS A HARRIS.
OA A FRESH L.IVELY
ZIU received bv . nov4
li -Ac- No, 2fi Vine street, between-Church nnd-Broad -l-.QPhr
r street tot, I iR-W. BROWN.
iiukut a o-ww y-v- -j .
iiu'12 - ' AgenU
rt- - REMOVAL.
"VTOTICE. Thcfilce of the United Firemen's Insurance
11 Company hasbeen removed irom io. iouege
o No. 25 College street' .directly opposite -the "sewanee
Honse,"in the Wise formerly Bccupicd byJ. H. Cnrrey,
-jariH' lm " " :
REDUCTION IN PRICE
BOGLE'S HYPERION rXUID," .
Tor Bestorisg, Preserving and Adomlng- the Hair,
TO THE F0'ili)TV7N0 XOW KATE3, TI?:
Bottles formerly sold at 50' cents reduced" lo '25" cents,
- 11 u 11 is u 50
" ." " 100 " 75
Ls. the best article ever known for curinir Baldness. Dan.
dnif, Salt Rheum, and all affections ot the skin. Where
everything else has failed, Bogle's Hyperion Fluid .has ef-
iectea a permanent cure.
BOGLE'S ELECTRIC HAIR DYE,
Is another wonder ef the age; It instantly converts Red
Grey or unsightly Hair, into a beautiful Black or Brown,
Morally dyeinir it the moment it is applied, at the' same
time improving the softneaa and flexibility of the hair. It
not stain the skin' and can be applied in any weather.
Its effects are sure and certain whilst iU virtues are beyond
price and whenever used, atones establishes its superiority
BOGLE'S A3IOLE SHAVING CREAM
Jg an urticleof rare "merit: its mild and deterrent m-oner-
ties prevent the skin from chapping, and also resist the
.siiddeu changes of the iemperatu re or climate, whilst the
lamer is uom creamy ana tasting.
For preserving and beautifying the complexion and ren
dering it fair and delicate, is without a rival.:
AH these articles hsvestood the test of the strictest inves
tigation, and are considered to be the only ones worthy of
graciugiue ronei 01 oeauiy, msie ana lasnion.
Sold only by GEORGE GREIG, at 37 Union Street.
LOOK, Who would buy on credit when they can buy
so cheap for CASH. I om selling " "
5 Doxes oarames ai 4i cents;
V " " '.'30 "
Fresl Oyeters at 75 cents per can; .
" Salmons 80 " 2 pound can
. i 45 u 11
" Lobsters- 75 2 '
Fresh Figgs and Macoaronis jnst reecivedby
janl9'5l JOHN NIXON, jr.
f)A BARRELS New York Brandy;
j 5 do American Gin;
do Old Kecuued Whisky;
do Monongahela ' do;
do Rve do;
do OldDDTenn. do;
Fine Regalia Cigars.
( PUNCHEON Pure Irish Whisky;
L 1 do Scotch do:
1 pipe Pure Double Swtnn Holland Gin;
3 4 pipes pure F. Brandy, best brands, very fine:
.15 X casks old Port Wine;
10 " MaderiaWiue;
23 baskeis Anchor Champagne, yery fine;
J'Ql '5t R. F.BELL.
TJ ARMISTEAD'S finest Tobacco. 25 doz Zinn Wash
Boards, and for sale by R. F. BELL,
ueci a o 23 (Joi lege street, opposite Sewanee House.
GROCERIES, Arc FRESH ARRIVALS,
00 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new ctod:
25 sacks Lagnyra Coffee; 10 bbls Mackerel, fish of '53;
20. do gjod Java do:
20 kits do;
50 hhds uaw Sugar;
20 boxes Cod Fish;
50 bbls Molasses; 20
30 do do; 200 "
25 do Golden Svmp; 20 "
20 do Crushed Sugar; 20 "
.20 do Powdared do; 10
30 do Loaf do; 5
Xgal- q. jar Pickles;
ju t:erces iresn nice;
20 doz ninted BtirkafAr
50 lioxes and half boxes M.10 nests " Tubs;
R. Raisins: r, eaiks London Porter?
100 drums Smyrna.Figs; 10 bags Alspice;
iu oags a a Almonds; 20 " Pepper;
2 casks Pecan Nqts; 10 " Race Ginger. .
2 bbls Brazil do:
With numerous other articles in the grocery line. Just
ruceiveu ana lor sale low torUASH by
E. S. CHEATHAM AGO.
A BASKETS and boxes fine Champagne; a superior ar
0J tide or the best brands. Just received and for sale
by decll. E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
10J CASKS OLD "MADEIRA;
CJf ' Bhcrry;
SK " " Port;
10 pipes pure Cognac Brandy, old and fine;
20Ji casks " " .
2 pipes " Holland Gin;
2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky;
10 boxes assorted Cordials;
For sale by decll E. S. CHEATJIAM A CO.
Xf BARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKY; For sale low
E, S. CnEATHAM A CO.
STEWART & WEAKLEY,
WHOLESALE ItElAIL GROCERS,
NO. 8 BROADWAY,
HAVE ON HAND and offer for sale 200 bbls Flour,
100 barrels Whisky; 25 dozen Painted Buckets;
25 " Domestic Brandy; 1 Willow Clothes Basket;
10 " Gin; 10 coils Manilla Rope;
5 " SMWine; 25 reels Packing Yarn;
20 " Monongahela and 10 dozen GuarduJ Glass
Rye Whisky; Lanterns;
10 barrels Lincoln hisky; 10 boxes Tumblers;
20 pipes French Brandy; 25 do Pint A Quart Flask;
1 j pipe Catawba do; 16 cases Hermetically seal
1 i pipe Old Cos do: ed Peaches:
1 pipe Old Spanish do; !I0 whole, half and quarter
50 parrels Molasses:
20 Yt barrels Syrup;
10 barrels Lard Oil;
5 do Linseed Oil;
2 do Turpentine;
10 do Peach Brandy;
4 do WR Butter;
13 do do do;
10 bbls No 1 A 2 Mackarel;
10 bbls No 2 do;
25 kits No 1 A 2 do;
2 barrels Salmon;
1 drum Cod Fish:'
10f boxes W R Gheese;
50 boxes Eng. Dairy do;
50 bags Buckwheat Flour;
10 doz Zinc Washboards;
25 doz Willow Market
50 drums Smyrna Figs;
10 boxes Pie Fruits;
10 boxes Mixed Pickles;
25 boxes Lemons;
50 jars assorted Preserves;
20 do Tomato Catsup;
100 A q"r boxes Serdines;
2 cases Table Salt;
25 barrels Pilot Bread;
0 bxs Tobacco, v's brands;
80 bxs Tallow Candles;
50 bxs Soap;
20,000 Regalia Cigars;
20 dozen Corn Brooms;
1 box' Clothes Pins;
200 reams Wrapping Paper;
25 bags Spun Cotton;
10 bags A rapping Twine;
1 basr Candle Wick.'
Together with Butter, Water, Soda, Sugar, Pic Nic and
Boston Crackers; Crushed, Powdered and Loaf Sugar; Pep
per; Spice,'Ginger, Indigo, Madder, Starch, Alum, Copperas,-
Mustard, Tea, Coffee,' Sugar, Golden Syrup, Dried Ap-
Sles and Peaches; Hominy, Beans, Peas, Bacon, Lard,
tried Beef, Sweet and Irish Potatoes.. Together with va
nous oilier articles, usually Kept in a uoat More and family
Grocery, to which we would call the attention of Farmers
Steamboat Men, and the public generally, as we are de
lermined 10 sett lor small proms lor casn. janiz
Cases Boots, Shoes,
E. S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND J1ETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and3C, Corner of College and Union street!,
HAVJ received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1,200 OASES BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, GAPS,
'MUXES, Ac. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods
th'ev have ever offered in this market and which for oualitv.
price and variety will equal any Stook inthe City.
liicrcumiis auu an uiuera mutiny tucir purcu&seH iu
Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock
an examination belore buying.
- ri tint t ivr t n m
11. a. iiuLirts x uu.
T37 Feathers. Ginsenir. Beeswax and Wool received in
exchange for Goods at tho highest market price.
augi 1 - 03 u .
ON MONDAY, January 30th, the undersigned will opeu
an English and Classical School on Vine street in the
room lately occupied, by Mr. Hume. French classes' will
be taught by E. P. Zevallos.
This School will be limited to thirty pupils. Terms f 25
per se ssion of five months.
Referees Rev J Huntington, John A McEwen, W T
Berry A Co. John Trimble. Allen A Hall. J B McFemn. J
B Lindsley, Robt L Caruihers, John T Edgar, and John S
I oung. j an itf i m o
R I CBLKSUAW, C TX1
WE having completed our, Shop, and put up all our
machines, are readv to do all kinds of Carpenters'
work on tho shortest notice. SASH, DOORS, "BLINDS,
MOULDINGS of all sizes, BANISTERS, WINDOW and
DOORFRAMES of all sizes, eomoleted: BOXES of all
kinds on hand at all times; CIRCULAR WORK, of any
kind done. LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed toany
Size, from One'ouarter of an inch to thirty" inches square.
Persons wanting any thing in our line, wou.d do well to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we are deter
mined to do all ol our work well, and give perfect satisfac
tion,, and as cheap as it can be done. All work delivered
to any house in town without cost. Shop on Broad street.
west of the Nashville andChattanooga Railroad, where we
will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that
. 1. nnrven t TV C V k uia
WUllUnui jiM..1411A1l 4J. A AM.O.
BELL -AND BBASS F0TJNDEY.
ON FRONT,-NEAR BROAD SlREET.
THE Subscriber 'respectfully- returns his
thanks to the public for past favors, and so
licits a continuance oi patronage mum suave
line, aiso .
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings' Metal
io Packings. Balbit Metal and Castings.
Soda FounU, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of eve
ry description manufactured to order, or repaired, at short
Cash will be paid at alf times for old copper and brass.
j'une22 ly - B. COLE.
JUST received per New Orleans, Cincinnati anil Pitts
burg steamers, the following articles; which wo. are of
fering low for cash. Country Merchantsand dealeis gene
jally wilt do well to calf and examine fur thprnAlvM-
' 750 bags prime Rio Coffee Sff dox Br66n&
50 do Laguyra do; 1,000 Legs Pure Lead;
200 bbls pnme.N O'Molasses;50a do No.1 doi
150VbbU do do; 150 casks best Ench'sh Soda:
ir:l f t. ..11 1 n t j-i -
jiv uuuauzar uii Kiaucsj uuijs nace Lrinjrei.
lUears. an assortment:
5 bags Pepbet;
-1 r J ' c.
io cnesis Teas, assorted;
50 bbls Soda Crackers;
50 do Butter do;
Potion Yams: assorted;
2 gross Wash B oaKU;
15 nests Tubs'
10 Utl opi ,
. lOtierees fresh Rice;
100 boxes M Raisins;
50 boxes Cod Fish;
50 do llerrinir;
20 bbls Mackerel,-
s cases tiran jy;
10O kits, assorted numbers; S do. Signetto Brandy;
10 cases fresh Sardines: S do- do: "
25 boxes Pickles, assorted; 5 do Madeira Wine;
r. 1,1.1 ; l;' . r j-. ei .1 . .
5 bbls Brimstone:
S do Sherry doi
30 do Alum:
250 bags fine gall
J50 Demijohns, ass'd sizes;
10 frails A'monds;
100,000 Cigars, var brands;
300 boxes prime Cheese;
150 do Quart Flask
150 da Pint do:
10 do Port do:
85 bbls B M Winej
40 bbls 8 M Wine;
25 bbls .Holland Gin;
50 do American Brandy:
50 do Old Bour Whisky;
50 do Old Monong do;
25 do Old Rye do;
50 do Flu-'edTunblers, as;S00 do Reotmed do;
200 kegs Nails! asserted: 20 do Old Peach Brandv:
Together with all other articles usually kept in our line.
vail ai muilUlj, rtiAUU-JJV UUB,-
feb3 Corner of Church, and Market fits.
BCt. Jf.ROEt THOS. C.BCEGI A. TTtES
BEN", M, NOEL & CO.,
C0MJHSSI0N; EECEIYING AND
FOB WARDING MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC IJ0.TJ0S,
WINES AND LIQUORS
200 bbls Pike's M'a Whisky; 1 pipe Irish Whisky:
i'jy ao rate a uecunea 00;
2. do Holland Gin;
50 do Brown's D D do:
20 bbls Old Port Wipe;
0 do pure Peach Brandy;
25 do Apple do;
CO bk's Champagne, B B;
40 boxes assorted Cordials;
2Q do Hock Wine;
20' do assorted Brandies;
25 do Claret Wine;
20 do Muscat do;
20 do Brandy Cherries;
10 H casks Madeira Wine;
BEN. 31. NOEL A CO.
60-do OldMonong'la do;
50 do Old Bourbon dor
100 do American Brandy;
80 do JN uum;
SO do Gin;
40 do SMWine;
15 do Walker's Alp;
2 y pipes Madeira Wine;'
6 ) pipes Old Brandy;
In store and for sale by
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
50 boxes Gus Jones' Tobacco;20 boxes Missouri Tobacco:
rV 3 - 1) C ' .l : Jn OA .1.. T" 1 T. ' J.
25 do lioars liold tat do;
20 do Mussulman's nectar
15 do Pheniz
15 do Sam Woods'
do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco;
do; 10 do Albretv' " do;
do; 10 do Wethoringtoa's do;
do; 50 do Terry 3lelee Cigars;
do; SO do Johnson s do;
do; 40 do Cuba Six do;
do; 10.000 Napoleon Regalia do:
JO do E S White's,
5 do Reed A Nash s
10 do Allison's
10 do Daila
10 do r.naus
10 do Young A Burnett's dojlO.OOO Jenny Lind Jo;
in store and ior i-aie oy ut,.i. .ii.iuci s i.u.
200 bags prime Rio Coffee; 10 frails Almond;;
40 do laguyr do; v Dots faoda;
40 popkpu Old Java 'do; 5 cerqon Indigo;
100 hhSs prime tooti SogarsjSO boxes Palm Soap;
200 bbls reboiled Molasses; SOO Demijohns, assorted;
15Q li bbls do; 10 kegs Shot, assorted;
rn"1 J.C. 1 in .1,. I'..- T
VJ UU kJUpdl UVU3C UV, XV .'d 1 AM,,
50i do do do dor 10 baes Pepper;
500 bags coarse and fine Salt;10 do Spice;
200 bbls Kanawha do; 20 boxes LemonSyrup;.
600 boxes W Kand fine Ap- 15 do- fepper fcauce;
pig Cbeess; .
15 do Tomato Ketchup;
25 4 bbls ifaokerel;
50 kits do:
25 Mats Cassiaj
125 boxes Raisins;
50() cans' Oysters;1
SOO kegs do;
50 doz Brooms;
BEN. M.HOEL A CO.
5 cases Sardines:
10 tierces Rice;
10 bbls Clover Seed:
50 doz Pail ted Buckets;
Jn store and tor sale by
JUST RECEIVING AND INSTOJtE.
250 hhds Sugar, all grades:500 bags fiae Salt;
230 ban coarse Salt:
100 bags Maucaba Coffee;
50 " Laguyra "
80 " Old Gov'nl Java;
267 bbls Molasses;
150 K " do;
150 V" do;
100 boxes Tinplate;
300 " Rosin Soap;
100 " Starch:
300 bbls Kaniwha Salt;
,30 " Mackarel;
150'kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 do;
100 boxes Star Candles;
100 Tallow 6o;.
10 coils Manllai Rope;
150 gross Matches;
500 bags Shot;
3000 lbs bar Lead;
29 bbls Cobneras:
100 " Fancy Soap:
500 kes asst U Whe'g Nails;200 boxes qt, pt. and pint
200 casks sup Carb Soda; Flasks;
100 bxs Va. and Ky. Tobacco; 10 bbls Alum;
500 Demijohns, assorted; 5 " Brimstone;
100 bbls Loaf Sugar; 300 boxes Cheese;
2o urusn u anai'd sugar 10 DDIs Spanish llrown;
10 ceroous best Indigo; 5 " A emtian Red;
i a Obis Ulover twed; 2o hags-fepper;
10 qr. csks A Sign't Brandy 10 " Spice;
10 " J J Duprey's do; 50 boxesTeas, assorted;
2 casks Holland Gin; 100 gross Blacking;
20 qr casks P. and M. WinejlOO boxes Sardines;
i a dois a si nrandy & uinjiliu cans tresa Uysiers;
20 bbls N E Rmm
220 boxes Lemon Syrup;
50 boxes Claret and Cordial;
80 " assorted Pickles;
20 " Brandy Chetries; -
4 bbls Corks;
10 tierces Rice;
20 nests Tubs;
50 doz Painted Buckets;
lOOdoz Hemp and Cotton
5000 Melee Cisrars:'
100 bbls D D Brandy;
nice a unuty;
Ohio Rect'd do;
Old Rye do;
Old Bourbon do;
Old Reserve do;
A pole do:
3000 spauisti uigars;
Together with evervthinz in bur line, which we offer to
the trade low for cash. LANIER A THILLIPS,
Jan25 '54 b w Market street
pVRESU ARRIVALS.-200 HHDS. SUGAR,
all grades; '
100 Barrels ot Molasses;
100 half barrels of Molasses,
5 tiercel of Rice; . ,
5 packages of Mackerel; .
20 packages of Cranberries;
150 packages of Raisins; ' '
10 bags ot Almonds; .-,,-
20 casks of Porter and Ale; . .. .-
20 coils of Manilla Rope; " ' .
50 packages Market Clothes and CovcreJ'BaHkets;
100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac;
20 barrels Pecans, FilberU and Cream.Nuts;
20 packages Cogniac Brandy;
10 packages Maderia and Cherry Wines;
40 packages Port and Malaga Wines;
70,000 superior Havana Cigars;
sw uemijonns; w,wu uorts.
For sale by fjan!2 " EDWARDS A HARRIS.
LADIES WLNTER SHOES WE ARE NOW
opening direct from the most fashionable Eastern
Ladies winter Gaiters, assorted colors;
do Kid, Moroccoand Calf Skin Boots;
do Buskins and Slippers;
do White Kid and Satin Gaiters;
do Metalic Sandals and Over Shoes.
In addition to a lame assort ent on hand for. Ladies. Gex-
tlemln, Misses, Bots, and, Cmu)EEX, adapted lo. tin- teuton
to which we invite the attention of purchasers, wholesale
and reta'd. A.B. A C. W. ROBERTSON,
nov23 No. 45 College street
LONDON TOOTH BRUSHES. A large supply
of the best English Tooth Brushes, bristles warranted
not to come out. Just received and for sale by
feb754 STRETCH A ORR.
HAIR AND NAIL BRUSHES. A. good as
sortment of Hair and Nail Brushes of assorted kinds,
some very tine. Received and for sale bv
IeD7 '04. t I he. a uu unit,
I popular llair Dyes manufactured, such as Batchelors,
Baxins, UUman s ana iiaules.
For.sale by febT STRETCH A ORR.
PI) Ft' BOXES. We have now on hand a large and
fine assortment of Pull' Boxes, consisting of Fine Cut
Glass, Metalic and Paper .of the latest and most approved
patterns. Just received and for sale by
feb7 '54 STRETCU A ORR.
LUBBINS' GENUINE EXTRACTS. OF THE
most approved kinds, received and for sale by
feb7'54 ' ' STRETCH A ORR.
XJT SOAP. A fresh snpply'of this'frae'Medicated Soap,
for removing Freckles, Blotches, Pimples, Chapped Skin,
Ac., Ac, just received and for sale by
feb7 '54 ' STRETCH A ORR.
LAUD OIL ANU TURPK.NT1.NE. A fresh supply ji
' received by jan22'54 W F. GRAY, Broadway.
H. BADGER, DENTIST, has returned to
iiosuviiie wuu iuo iiiieukioii oi aeiiunir pexmaneniiy
in the eitn
His Operation Room.-for the present is at the
TTXTRA' FINE TEAS. The nndersiuned have
Jl,just received direct from first hands Importers, a large
aasonment oi rira r in l eas,- consisting oi
Superior xoung Hyson Tea;
Extra Fine. Gunpow'der do; ' .
" - Imperial do;
" Black ' dof -
These Teas are equal to anv imported. Persons desi ri ng
good Black and -Imperial Teas would do well to try the
above, i'orsale in quantities to suit bv
jan31 '54 STRETCH A ORR.
T ARI) OIL. Just received a fresh Supply oflct
JL Winter Strained LARD OILT For sale by the gallon
or barrel at ' STRETCH A" ORR'S, . ,
Wholesale and Befail Druggistscorner College. 'and Union
atreeta. .- . ,Jan3l.g
TIM nilOPS A SUPPLV OF GUM AKABIU
Drops. Received this day; jimjiaiAVj..
an!5 ,. . -' - '
Dl. JIIORSE'S t.
f KVIOORATIXG COKDIAL,a Phenoraanoa la Medicine.
J.. Health Reatorad and Life Lnrthened. tr
DH.i MOKSK'3 lNXIGOK.tTINOlSLU:t OR COHDrAL.
For centuries, Madlcal science been nmirii ih
T8ejable and mineral tlngdcnn, In seart ft' rnmethln yttat
and mnsenlar sjatems, without the draw oack ofmbseqiient
prostration, which all stimulantj, tonics'. andnareoHcs haJ
oerelofore entailed. That nomeliln- !,. l..hn,i t,i.
5iEet??lopro1,leMoD' O'0"1" r"n C Sterile desarti ot
v "-" T moceieoraiea rroiessor&l. Morse, well
f?ut?- .UBPlned member of tho leading "dentl!le
SSentaL ie?;?1t,V.d '""o'e? TbeJalce.Sf tkUhorb,
extrwWned with her..geUbla wedletnaf
lnihorVn?rpr(!uc.ll,SreuUj aeretofore anheard or.
wltoeies of the McheU cl an J ehir.cT .rilfiT
umpMnr over all 'donbt.. livRtutai MS??2j
SwSfj br miMar toiUmon' wil perftur St
Xhe Knits, remedies. 1b all uei. ih ,tantn.i.
arUlny from a mlluse or aba je C.he various iiBMi!
make up the wonderful ma ul ttallrfd man. It restores to
li-ll vljor every delicate runon connected with that myt
U rxaj compound agency of matter and mind, secetiarv to
luurcproduetiohofbamaulire. Topersopaof reeblemuj
cUUrrrauie, or deSeieut In vital power, UU recommended
a the Pnly waao of oommnolcatin- that ecerzj whlca Is
neceuary tot!,e proper' enjoyment of all the natural appe
tites, aa wellai lite higher mental atltlbuteA: lU"bent!cial
effects are not couSaed to either saior to any age. Thofcfl
bte jtrl, the tiling wife, the liHMs,ern8Tste(tToath, the over
worn man or.busines5, tho victim of norvous depression, the
individual ailerln? from general debility, or from the
weakness ota single organ, will all find Immediate and per
manent relief from the use of thli 1
Tathoie whoaavea CredUpcUlaptoparalyittitwIltprova
auwiiiuicig uuijufiug saicuaru aaiaiiBatierri&u mal
ady, rbere are many, perhaps, -wbo have to trtfied" 'with
their constltatlam, lilt they think. thelres-bavnnrf thA
reach of medicine. LolnOt ryen these despair. The Kllxlr-
tivui.iriui UWW.U iioiisu, wiuioQirerereuee to eausei,
and wilt not only remove the disorder Itself, but
Rebuild tncBrokcu Constitution.
The derangements ol the system, leadlnsr toneam !!.
eases, and the forms ofnerroaj dlseajeiUelf.ara'sonnmer
ons that it would require a column to esamerste tha mala
dies for.whlch till preparation Is' a soeclttc." A' few. how
ever, may be eaameratad, ylxt neuralgias tlt.dolareanx,
headsche, Incipient paraljsis, bjateru, palpitation of the
heart, spinal affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatu
lence, a pricking situation In the, flesh, numbness, torpidity
otthe liver, mental depression, WBiknau of IheuilLTndti
pos.llon to move, fntne aftecexarelsay broken sloeri and
terrlfyinir dreams, innbilliy to remain In one pUee or posi
tion, weakness of Uw procreative organs, sexual lncompa
tency,melancholK monodranla, Bnor alons, sinking at the
stomach, feinale iirgulariUei, a chroale tendency to U
earriaze, emaciation, and all cumnlalnts rrowln. nninr.
Xreo indulgence of the -nuslons. and all barreuce tht
does not proceed from, organic causes beyond the reach of
Whenever the organs to beaetod smn xra trr. rmm
formation br strietural dLeases It ls averred that
will replace weatnejs wllh slrentrth.lncaDacltv with efflclen'
ey, irregularity -with uniform aud natural aciulty, and this
not only wiihoat hazard of reaclloa, bat wllh ahappy effect
on tho general organization. jr Bear In ratni that all
maladies, wherever the; begin, flulth with the nervous Ijs
tem.and .thatthe naralljatlon of the nerves of motion and
sonsatlen s phjU-l deaths Bear In mlud also, that for ore.
ry kind of nervous disuase the Ktlxir Cordial U the only re.
liable preparation known.
jure oi rtervous uiseascs.
No lan7aa?e caneonveran adeaaate IJa of tho lmmn.il.
atoand almost miraculous change whlcn It oecasiousln the
diseased, debilitated and shattered nervous srsum. wh;!ir
broken do wri by e tcess, weak by n'atu re, or Impaired by sick-
ncss.uiq uwiusruu reiaaeu orgsjiiaaiion u atones Oraceu
re-vlvlffed and built ud. The mental knd nbiiiul itmi
of neryons disease vanish togetheruDderiUiadaenee. - Not
is the effect temnararv: on the contrarv.the rcliei is nrm
nont, for, lllo cordial properties of the medicine reaca the
constitution iUelf, and restore it to iu normai couJ(Uon .
Welt may the preparation be ealledme
. Aledicinal Wondpr.
of the nineteenth century. It ls, as the'flrstscIentlUc mania
the world would have admitted, that miracle of medicine
heretofore supposed to have no existance.
A. stimulant mat ntaiis no Re-Action.
ts force Is nevere jpandcJ. aj ls tha case with onlnm.alnn-
holle preparations, and alt other excitants. The effect of
these Is brief, and it may well be said ofhlm-who takes them.
"Tho last state of that man is worse than the Srst " Jlatthe
iJUIr is anexnileranlwiuiautasln3;ledrawback safalniu
operation, perpotual In IU happy Influence upon the serves,
the mind, and the entire' organization; H will also rcmove'de-
pressiona, excitement, ateuuency to oinsn, sleeplessness,
uisu&e ih kucicbj,iucapauiy lur Sbuvj or UUS1HOSS.
Xoss of Jlenio'ry,
Confusion, giddines3,ru2b. of blood to ihehead, melancholy,
mental debility, hjsleria, wretchedness, thoughts of self de
struction, fear of Insanity, hjpoehbndrlasisdjspepsla gede
ral prostration', Irritability, nervousness', Inability to sleep,
diseases incident to females, decay of the propogatlngruiew
lions, hysteria, monomania, vague terrors, pafpiiaUoiuf tha
heart, Impotency, constipation, etc., etc., from -whatever
cause arisingltis, tf there isany reliance to bo placedTorih'u
man testimony, absolutely inlhltlbU.
A Great Medicine for Females,
The unparalleled effects of thli great restorative. In al
complaints Incident to females, mark a new era In the an
nals of medicine. Thousands of stimulants hare been in
ventedthousands of lnvlgorants concocted all purportlng
, lobe speclfled In the various dl uses and .derangemenU lo
which the delicate formation ot woman render har liable.
Ilia result has heretofore been uniform. These nostrums
have Indeed Imparted a momentary vivaclty'td the 'nervous
system, a transient aud. delusive vigor to the muscles; but
this Sash of relief his been succeeded by a depression and
prostration greater than before, and th? and has too often
been utterly to paralyze the recuperative powerof the nerves
and the Yitalorgaulzation,and Anally to destroy tho noaappy
. 3Iorse's Invigorating Elixir.
Is presented as a phenomena In the materia medlca hitherto
unheard of a stimulant wlthontarecctlon.
Tho herb which forms Its main ingredient, has been ad
milted by all the great medical and pharmaceutical Institu
tions ofKurofw to be in this respect tnl generis. Sr. Morse,
whoseuaine is an undisputed authority In sCUncesj discov
ered the production InArabiatWherohls attention was exci
ted by the wonderfully invigorating effects it produced upon
tho.uatlves. Infactthawnnderfulpowerof endurance, the
exhanslfess vigor exhibited by tha Arab, of both sexes, In
their desert pilgrimages, ls attribqtaMe to the me of this vi
An appeal ls made to
Every Woman of Sense,
who suffers from weakness, derangement, nervousness, tre
mors, pains In the back, or any other disorder, whetherpeed
liarloher sex( or common la both sexes togive the Invigo
rating Cordial a trial.
Married Persons, '
or others, will And this Cordial after fhey have used 'abolU
or two, a thorough regenerator oflhe system. In all direc
tions are to be found the happy parents of heattay offspring,
who wontd not have been so, but for Ibis extraordinary prep
aration. And it ls equally potent for. the many 'diseases for
which it is' recommended. Thousands' of ybungLmen have
been restored by usiagtt, and notin a single. InsUuce has H
failed tobaneth them. .
Persons of Pale. Complexion,,
or consumptive habUs, are restored by the use of a'botllo or
two to bloom and vigor changing the skin from a -pale, jel
low, sickly color, to a beautiful florid complexion., .
To the MisguiiIcuV
These aresotneof the sad and melancholy effects produced
by early habits of yonlh, viz. weakness of the back and
limbs, pains in tho bead, dimness of sight, loss of muscular
.power, palpitation oflhe heart, dyspepsia, nervous lrritabil
,ity, derangement of the dlgestiyc fnneiuins,general debility,
symptoms or consumption, &e.
Jlealally.'the fearful effects .es the mind aro much to be
dreaded. Loss of memory, confusion of Ideas, depression of
splrlts.evil fore-bodlugj, aversion to society, self distrust,
love of solitude, timidity, Ac, aro toineOf thoeyllsprodttced
All thus afflicted -
Before Coutciuplating Jlarringe. .
shouts! Teflcct that a sound mind and body are the rao't nec
essary requisites. to promote cennublal happiness; 'Indeed,
without these, the Jouruej tbrunghllfebecomos a weary pil
grimage, the prospect Dourly uarsena tae rlewjthe mind be
comesshadowed with despair, and filled wjtli themolantholy '
'reflectlon'tbat the happiness ot another becomes, blighted
Are often misled with respect to the causes and sources of .
disease's In their sonssnd wards. How often do tbey ascribe
toothercausesof wastlnewfthe frame, IdIocy,'madness, pal
pitation of the heart, Indigestion,- iderangement or tbe'ner
vous system, cough and sjmptoin, Indicating- consumplidn,
when.thetrulhls, tbattliey have been iudnlglng In'a perni
cious though alluring practice, destructive both to mind
and body. -.
Dn. Morsi.'s lnviuORiTiiia Cosdul hastreetr counter
feited by some unprincipled persons. . '
In future all the geuulne Cordial wilt have tha proprietors
facsimile pasted over the eorkeF each bottle, aud the tol-
lowing words blown in mngiass
"DK. MOltSK'S I.WIGOKATI5G COKHIAL, .
c. h. rtiNo, pnoraKTOK, N.v
TTr" The Cordial Is put up hlirhly oiiceu1rteIf,ln''plnt
bottles. ... - . . '
1"rici S3 OOperbottloitwo Tor S5 C0:lxrorS12 00.
C. H. KIXC5, VRoHKlErOK,
191 Broadway, New-York.
Seldbv Draeetsts-throuebont the UnitsJ States.' Canada
and West Indies nnJ.also by V.f.iltA.V, saccessor lo
Cartwrlght dr Arni strong, corner of Market and Broad streets.
Xaahville, Tennessee. loctai dw&icm
W. F. tiRAYy SOLE AGENT,
SELIJNG OFF WINTER CLOTHES
AT REDUCED PRICE81!
AT A. SANDUOUSrTS MANUFACTORY,
42 Mahket Stbsxt. Nasuvillk.
THOSE'inwantofMen and Boys Wear are. invited to ex
amine the stock which, is kept up by daily manufacture,
and convince themselves of the bargains, to be' had at the
Clothes Manufactory. Recollect the No. 42 Market .street
near the Square. Jjan21 54 lm.
TO 'GARDENERS. GERJIANS.
A .MARRIED or single-man, with' or 'without, cipital,
capable of rnanatrins a MARKET. GARDEN who
would like to set Jus labor against a. goqd hoiiae, andjtwen-
tj"acresoi nrst rate erquna. Dear nan ma expenses oi cm
tt ration, aud divide the profits, can' hear Of a place by&p
plying at this office., .
janWai-tf . .
erir 1frrintiou. Also
r LES. Rod-i and Lines, of 'Everr description. AI-o,
GUNS, Percussion Caps, "and Sporting Apparatus. or
sale at the lowest Wholesale prices by ' -JOHN
Imporlers and Manufacturers, 17 North Second fal-,, IbIa
delphia. ffebt 4-8tw:
YMPORTANT TO HOUSE lif EVVie
1 ebeapesfand best SOAP in tl world. I have just-re-ceived
lOOcasesot Potash In" powder for making' tard.or
soft Soap, a receipt for making accoinpanies each Can. At
least 50 per.cent U alyed in tie use ofthis article. For sale
fcheati by .. GRA sj
jan23 'S?' Corner ofl! road Market sfs.t
J UST received 250 gross, N- L -MATCHES in wood
boxC Ijan22f . "W.-T1 GRAY, Broadway.
"TCST received 4O.0OQ CIGARS, favorite brands, at a
J small advance on cost bf "MF.ORAY,
jan23?54 - - liroadway.r
tS'IANS GUM CIIROJ1E GREE"li,-in Ibts-tb' 'snit' par-
-j. cnaaera uy janza -m) n.r. urtA I ,rtroanway.
BRANDIES,, WINES AND HOLLAND ULN. A large
supplyjust received and for sale by WvF: GRAY,.
. janjaa'At , ' i Broadtrayy
ANDLES, C2 BOXES ADM ANTINE CAN-
D LE3 (equal lo, Sperm) tor jsale by. . k z
j an5 7 VT. i. GORDON & CP, , ,
TT- J 03AOH
JJOITUISSION. AND FORWARDING MEXsLsT
Cottoa and Tobacco Pactor.
Corner of allege and OLtrreA itretU, tVitfinQU.
C0PFEE-2. bags Rio; SO bag, Havana-
50, da Laguyan; 50 do Java.
CIOAKS-20,000 Imp. flaVarS; 13,000 Imericaa-
CANDLES 200 uoxes Sperm and Star;.
200 boxes Sterinean Tlnn-'
COTTON YAHNS A lot of assorted Nos- na.
Pnoi quality attuciurers prie ;
FRUITa 100 bxs Raisins, assorted sixes; 50 drama Fi
50 frails Almond SO hhT.P-..
FISH 50 barrels and half Iwrreis Mackerel; '
FLOUR 20D bbls Ganigoj 175 (Sncianati; '
75 do St Louis (Harrison's,-)
u M) doxcs ivmuoar.all sues;
' 125 do Qt, PL, and 'I't.Flasksc
. 75 do Flint Tumb ers and Goblets;
60 do Squatt and Cap Jars;
ipav - 90 DemiJns, five and three ralloiu;
r infr?irTSi5Sce n? Kttsbms. assortSl sixss,
LIQUOItS-lo cases London Porter-quartf and nidc
10 cass Scotch Ale T
.'., , l barreUAmerican andFrencb Brandy;
95 do Anpleandl'each '
400 do Vi'htsky, Tarioos brands;
... i f HoliandGin; 3 do N.E.Rb;
T do Wine, various kinds;
100 do Cider ViBegar;
ilOLASSES 150 bbls and K BbU reboifcd and S. Ba
' -' ' T5 bbls St Lonisand NO Golden Syrmr'
NAILS 150 keps Pittsburgh, assorted aizes;
150 da- Wheeling-. " "
"PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles:
. It n .
i j se a i umatoe catsup:
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana. Smrar; '
100 bbls St Louband I JadelrCnahad tai,
.. .Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Loveriiut'i:)
SPICJS-lObags Allspice: 15 do Pepper;
10 di Ginger; Race and ground;
.SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks tine and cout;
135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 13 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 30 boxes Chewing; assorted brands;
... 25 .boxes Jenny Lind, superior article:
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Oliva OiL Lead,
I'd Jer. Shot,yalseratus, Soda, Axes. Cfcalss.
.-. . - Painted Bucketa-Aa, Ac '
or sale low tor cash by T. J. CLACK.
S?Libenil advances on consign meuU.
WAITED 100,000 lla of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
"Dried Fruit Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Gtffibmir.
For-.-n hicb, we will pay liberal prices in cash or QrocerW.
jan!5. T. J, CLACK.
10 baskets Excelsior Champagne;
1 cask' Juice Port' Wine;
5.OC0 Cubarui I'liccipee Cigars. i
feb2'54. STSVEN3 A GIBSON.
AL0 20 bbls-Extra Family Flour;
10 bags Buckwheat Flour;
25 small sacks Table Salt; T
2- dozen balf-bushel Measures;
" do Medinm Churns;
. 4, boxes Mustard:
10 dozen Zinc Washboards;
' 8 boxes Ground Pepper; '
i. uo. I'tjasaia.
STEVENS A GIBSON.
JUST RECEIVED For Family use
1 cbesf 'extra fine Imperial Tea;
. - 2 Poucborig' " -
2 "extra fine- " L
6 boxes fine Imperial "
f - -1 box Essence Coffee; "
, - , -STEVENS A GIB30N
ieb2'3t . . . . , No. 3 College- straet.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have now -on band a ehoico
'and well assorted stock of every article tisuallykept ia
their line of businese, which they .oiler it unusually reduced
prices for caUu Among which, may be found, tha following
vix: " ....
CheeVe'al Cincjirmati Prices wholesale, by retail 10 per lb.
Oysters by the cans 72Jf cents.
.Sardines by.the.box "
Candy-for cash onlr, 10 "
J. G. A C. ROBERTSON,
FILES II .ARRIVALS. 75 bags. Eio Co2ee,neyr
25 b-ags Lag rra and Java Coffee, sup. qualityr
25 bogsheaas'hew crop Sugar; 54
'40 kits fresh Mackerel; - - '..
50 bbls Molasses;
. 25. half bbls Molasses; -
" "3 baga Pepper;
100 boxes fialf and quarter boxes Raisin J, fresh
' ..f cases Table Salt, in boxesr
.25 boxes Star Candles; it-
- JjO boxes Adraantine Candles;
"' 20" nests Tubs and Keelers: ,
' '. '75 12 ami 8 gallon DemijohnsC For sale by
'JinSl It. F. BELL.
"f IQll01lSSoMESTIC. 2 barreU .NewYoik
I r Brandy;
- 10 bbls Americao Gin:
"W bbls Old Rectified 'Whlikyr
- - ,10 bbls Old Mononrahela Wht-4y; . ...
ixtn. nil n... illl:.l -
iu uou uiu rvye n niaar; - 4
0 bbls Pikc' Italia WhiJrr- ' "
. -25 bblsOM'DDTennesseeVTiiskT;
20,00V J'niB Resralla CiRarft ' R. F. BKLL.1
EOREKiN I.IQUORS. 1 puncheon Tura Irisa
Wbisky; - - ' -
1 puncheon Scotch Whisky;
1 , pipe Pure Double' Swann Holland Gin; .
4 balf.I'ipcs pure French Brandy, best brands;
15 quarter 'cases Old Port Wine;"
10' Maderia Vine;
. .,25-baskets Anchor Champatrne, very fine. - -'
- febl '54 f . . R. F. BELL.
SUNDRlES'.--sfi boes. Lah?hora A A rms lead's 'bsi
Gold1 Leaf Tobacco
- 'v 30' bolts varims good brands Tobacco; '
200 boxes Sardines;
, 10&iegSpiced.pystern ,
J .200 -rans-Fresh ' Holt iMaltby'j beat; , .)
'3' tierces Fresn Rice; ".
J- 75 botes-Trwb Cheese; '
- 1000 poands Dried Beef, canvassed; ;
... 0 nesU ClflthesJJket; -
. ' 25 nests Market " , -
15 boxes FaVStarcb; f -f
.ALSO.A great variety of other 'artieleJ in my line, wr
-sale at the lowest priced
,.X3j Country merchanW and dealers in Groceries'.. and
Liquors geperally, ara respectfully invited to examine my
v.. , . .v. a -r rir. 4 .
,1U. y UltWHtC LJVTtOiiW UWW, bUtlCkC J-l . '
ST2 AV-A.RT Jk IV A XL E Y .S
ITiAWLY GROCERIES delivered in any part ot the city
, refibf chATjre. Orders, from customer handed tha
driver Kilt be InankthUy received, and, promptly aud bb
delivered.' ' . " ' Can27 '54,
T) ACON A J.VRGE QUASIITY ALWAYS KEPT
JJ on band and for1 sale by
STEWART A WEAKLEY,
No 3 Broad Jrayt
C CELERY ORDERS LEFT AT OUR STORBTUB
l-dar previoiB to wanting it will be supplied at market
price; STEWART A WEAKXEYr
jan"2'7'.U No 3 Broadway.
T UTTER. AND EGGS-WE ARB RECElVLNtJ
I daily from the country, large quantities of Hotter aaa
Etc likewise Chickena anil Turkeys, which we will seH aa
rSSm M tha market. , STEWART A WEA KLEY,-
'Tan27'54" ' No 3 Broadway.
rpo RAILLOAD CONTRACTORS, BLACK-
I C1I1T1N t l trt fl,;.V..l 'tl Pnrn(-,1 CroW BsUT:
, .50" Crqw Bar Mould;
' 100'BIacSbmiths' Sledges, assorted;
100 setts assorted Axles;
20 dozen Picks and Mattocks;
25 do Shovels and Spades;
UNDR1ES. V0' hhd Sugar; '
200 bags RioCaffee; J0O bxsAKbxsStsrCandl;
200 tons. aSd lIted Iron; 50' bxs assorted TuraWera;
-i3 do Hollow Ware; 50 casks Soda; A
SiitairFireDoRsi " ' ., W do Alum;
300 setU Wagon Boxes, ass d 10 do Brimstone;
lOOpieeerfAm-KlislePSteel; do Pntf
10. bundles Sprinz Steel; 5 case lmp A Blaek Te;
1 bale'Paper Corks; 8o0 boxes Cheese;
Just recived and for tale low by
jan!3 , 85 Broad street-
50'duzen Coffee Mills, asserted patterns;
10, doien Powder Flasr, assorted patterns;
0-dozen Shot Pouches, assorted patterns;
50 Kid Dolts;
.. . i Stt , Cloth Brushes, assorted patteras;
. 25. " Hair do, assorted patterns;
,50 " 'Shaving: do, asserted patterns;.
50 ettosk Cedar Pencils, assorted patterns;
75 dozen Looking Glasses;
With' a general assortment of Variety Goods suitablafer
Country Merchants, for sale low for cash by
febl'54 - A MORRISON CO.
SUGAJt. .liOV bhtfa Louisiana Sugar, all ende;?
sale by Jan25 '5t W. H. GORDON A COv
OISSES.-S0O bbla lEitra Flotation MotasMS
for sale, oy jan25'54 W. JL GORDON A gftt.
LASSWARE 104 boxes "J
gale by jan25'54 W. IL OOBPON
T Il COFFEE-105 bags pn IMft ttwtt.
JX BerHf Howard, forsale by
FrARRIAGKandllABSESS. Gallon ,
JOUNII. SLOAN, atl.U UvaryS-bV
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