T- J. CLiiCK
C3MMJSSWX, AXD F0RWARV1XG 21ERCHAKT
Cotton and Tobacco Factor.
Gmr Cb&7 aJ CAurcA tlreets, NttshtSU.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; SO W Havana;
50 do I-aguyara; DO do Java.
CIQAKS 80,KW Imp. Havana; 15,000 American;
100,0000 Cuba Ga aud'JIclecCigars;
CANDLES 200 ooxesSpenn and Star;
20d boxes Sterinc oil Tallow;
COTTON YARNS A lo'.of assorted Nos., Ojnuburs, BU
licriui nualitv at uianufaetcrers'price:
FRUITS Kh bxs Raisins, assorted wiles; 5u drums Figs;
5J frails Almouds; 20 bbls Pecans;
I'lSIl 50 barrel and lia'f barrels Mackerel;
75 KiU Mackerel; IS case Sardines;
FLOUR 200 bbUOaHigo; 173 Cincinnati;
, 73 do St. Iou (Ua'niWa;)
GLASS Sou boxes Window. all siies;
, 123 do Qt, PL, and H It. Flask
73 du FiiutTumbcrsand Goblets;
.. P0 do Bquatt aud Cup Jars;
- aLls"In'Jo,,siiteuUlll''rtp,1. s; '
IKON Teaiiesseeaiid I'ltlsbuig, assorted sues,
LIQUORS U cases I-ondou Porter quarts aud pints;
.10 cas"s Scotcli Ale . " .
75 barrels American and l-rencn unuiuj,
-IX) bbUaud 14 Ebl.rebmled and S. Bouse;
k.u kl lAuis auJ N O.uolden oyrnp;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 -du Whecliug;. "
PICKLES 13 cases clioico asserted Tickles;
'10 case Tomato Catsup;
uiuiUi loo bhdsIiouisiana.Suirar:
lftdbblsSt. liuuisand Philadelphia Crushed and
lulveriaed; 25 do Loaf (Uivering a;)
SPICES lo bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Raco a!id ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks tine and coose;
1 35 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOHACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
.". Iuxcs Ji'imv Lin j. suDeric- tide:
SUNDRIES Indigo. Copiierus, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Towder. Shot, Saloiratus, hoda, Axes, thai us.
1'aiuted liucKels, ac, .vc
For sale low for.cah by T. J. CLACK.
5-ty"Liberal advanceson consignments.
WANTED 10"),000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
., 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
' Mined 'Fruit. Feathers, Bces.vax, Tallow and Ginseng.
K.r whiri wa will iav liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
ja.115. T. J. CLACK.
riMIE SUIJSCRIRKUS have now on land a choice
J and well assorted stock of every article usuallykept in
their line of buaineis, which they otter at unusually reduced
prices wr casu. iiuonp wuich iuaj wwuuu --
Chersc at Cincinnati Trices wholesale, byretail lOperlb,
UMera by (he cms . 75J crms.
Sardines by the br 2?K "
Cand-, forcaohoulr, 10X "
s J. (J. ti O. UOltERTSON,
-iltlill AHU1VA1.S.-75 bigs Kio Coll'ec, new
cr"W. .. .. ....
s. oags ijijnyrH ami .ira jmce, sup. tjutiiiij ;
23 hosliVads tu-w cf'pSiiipir;
40 kiln lic-li Muckeiel;
to bbls Molase;
half bbls Molasses;
" 3 baj;9 Pepjier; '
1O0 buxes'lia I'aiul quarter boTea Itaiiu3, fresh;
5 cases Table Salt, in boxes; " 1
23 boxes Star Candles
10 boxes Adiuautiin Candies;
20 nests Tubs and tveeiers;
75 1 2 and gallon Uejiijohns.
For sale br
K. F. 1IKLL.
LIQUOIW-UOJI1 STIC 20 bairels New Voik
10 bbls Anieruan Gin;
73. bbls Old Iteeulied Whisky;
10 bbls Old Mouonjiihcrla Whtsky;
10 bblsOld K)e WliUkr;
50. bbls I'ikca Mag'la Wbibk);
23 bblsOld DD Tennessee Whisky;
20.OIW Fine KeKlia Cigai. R. T. I'.Kl.T
I,IQIJtKS. 1 puucljou i'ure lnU
1 nuuchcou Satch Wbiskv:
1 pipe l'ure D..ub'e Swanu Holland Gin;
A hallTipe't pure French llrandy, best brands;
15 quarter cases III J Tori Wine;
10 " Maderia Wine;
25 baskets Anclmr Oluinpajae, very fine.
1 -ii K. F. UKLL.
Jusr hkci:vj:i-ioiiu..ks of iv.uhok.n &
ARM IS TEA It'S tincst Tobacco, 2" doz Zinc Wash
Hoards, and for sale by R. F. HELIj,
deel No2i Collesesinet, opivnile S 'wnnee IUme
;noci;Kit:s. c-fki,hi aih(.l
200 SACKS l'KIMERIO COFFEE-new crop;
25 sacks Lagut ra Collej;
10 bbls Mackerel, fish or '53;
20 kits do;
20 do gjod Jara do;
50 hhds new Suar;
50 bbls Molasses;
80" do do;
25 do Goldeu Srmp;
20 do Crushed Suar;
20 do Powdered d.
SO do Loaf il;
0 boxrfs Cod Fi-h;
20 " Smoked Herrings;
2o0 " Sardines;
20 ' gal. qt.jarllckles;
J!0 " Leiunn Syrup;
10 1'epfwr Sauce;
5 " S. UiUers;
2i) doz painted Buckets;
10 tierces fresb Kice;
50 boxes and Halt boxes M.1V nests " iuus;
R. Raisin; 5 ca-ks London 1'orter;
100 drums Smyrna Fii; 10 bags Alpiee;
10 bags SS Aluiondi; 20 l'epper;
2 casks Pec in Nuts; 10 " ltaco Uinger.
With numerous other articles in the grocery line, just
received and for sale low for CASH bv
decll K S. CHEATHAM 4 CO.
ef RASKETSauJ boxes line Champague; a superior ar
t)U licle or tlie besi brands. Justrrceived and fur sale
by Jdectl K.S. C1IHATHAM A CO.
I'l.Ml WINKS, ItltANDIES, Ac.
10X CASKS OLD MADEIRA;
5f " " Shcrrv;
h " " l'ort;
10 pipe pure Cognaa Urandy, old and fine;
20f casks "
2 pipes " Holland Gin;
2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky;
10 boxes assorted CordiaU;
For sale by decll K. S. CHEATHAM k CO.
RARUELS RECTIFIED WHISKY; For de low
by (decllj E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
rpo UAILLOAl CONTKACTOItS, HLACK
" JL SMITHS, Ac. 100 Unished Steel Pointed Crow liars;
50 Crow liar Moulds,
J0 lilackaniilhs' Sledges, assorted;
100 setts assorted Axle;
20 diacn Picks and Mattocks;
25 do Shovels and Sades;
10O Drills. Jut recived and forsalelow bv
jn!8 McCREA A TE11RASS.
S UNI) It 1 US. loo hhds Sugar;
2Wbgs RioColfee; 1 00 bxs A bxs Star CandPs;
200 tons ass'd KoHeU Iiihi; 50 bxs assorted Tumblers;
60 do Hollow Ware; 50 caLs Soda;
C00 pair Firo Dogs; 10 do Alum;
500 setts Waguu Uuxes, ass'd 10 do lirimstone;
100 pieces Am HlisterSlec!; 5 do Putly;
10 ouuilles Spring Steel; 5 cases Imp'l A Ulack Tea;
100 keg1" l'ure Iad; very line;
1 bale PajierCoiks; 850 boxes CLeese;
Just rvcied ainl for sale low by
jaiilS 3 llriadstre t
Q UN tilt I IIS.- lu.ooo Kuir Kmelops
, o doi
lon Colft5 Mills, u-wirted lutleras:
lo dnzeti Powdi-r Flaoks, tunured patlrns;
o doz'u noi I'nuclies, asoiled :atleiii.;
t " Kid Dolls;
20 ' Cloth tSiti'.hps.xss.irled palleras;
23 " Hair do, assoiu-j patterns;
50 " Sliavinc do, aMHirted patterns;
50 K"rts Cedar Peiirils, assurUd patlem;
75 dozen Looking (m.sej-;
With a genoral ass.irlinetit ol Varietv Gouts suitable lor
' Meixha.ils, lor suit low lor casl bv
SU; AK. 2oo hhds ljiiisian i Suar, all prides, for
sale by jii5 '51 W. 11. tiOKDllN A CO.
Mt LASS liS. S00 Dbl.s
for sale by ja"23 "51
Exrra Plantation Molanse
W. II. GORDON X CO. '
aIj".V.V4W.tUU li"t boxes Tumbler and Jars, lur
salebv jan2'5t W. It.GORDOX A CO.
CODA 50 kegi best uuniiiiigiiani rsiaa. lor sale liv
Q 5an25'51 V. 11. COKDJS A CO.
- h-0 boxes W R Clieesv, for pale by
W. H. GORDON A CI).
1 J lu COITUE 105 bas prune Kio lollee, lo unite
AV ,M.r t; iioaaiJ, for sale bv W. H.GOItDOX A CI)
V CARRIAGE aud HAUNESS.
ati.is Lirerj Stable,
TO COU.VrKY .IlKHCnANTS.
n-lll-: siih-.-nlM-rnivilillie attention of the trade general
I Ir.lo the following list of articles, which having just
receive.!, he is ivared to sell at uuusually reduced pncea
for casli, wholesale uud xetaii:
50 boxes Oranges;
21 kegs Mallby's Pickled
23 boxes Lciihms.
200 di z tims fresh Oys
ters, assort, brands;
20 boxes Star Caudles;
CO Itoxea Cheese:
15 laiga Pecan Nuts;
10 bbls Kilberis;
(-" 10 bblsCieaui Nut;
1.-. bbls S. S. Almonds;
200 gross Golch's .utches75,CsXI Havana
Uigara ass t
10 ) d. 1 UiiderwiHM-s l ie- or aiiun;
klcsassor'd istzrs; 20,0o0 extra Prinripc
SOdoi English fauces,
half Pi n o a Flench
20 bbls Cianbeirics;
20 quarters do:
. 75 boxes M R Ksisins;
23 do jger do;
2 Pipes' sup Hol'iid Gin,
10 bbls Whiski;
5o bbls Walker's Ale;
20 Chests tine Teas a.ss'1.
wine, asst. braiius;
tlEO GUEIG, 67. Union st
' TO COUNTKV ilIUKCIlANTS,
HAMAOE .C- CUURCIL
Wholesale t Kctnil Dealers, No -12 College St,
ARE now receiving direct from (ho best Eastern Maiiu
faclurcs, a erj' Extensive assortment of Hoots,
8UOCS, Trunks, ,Vc, comprising almost very style
dMirib'o for the Country orCily Trade, which they
cflbr very low to Cash buicra
DR. I". &. HOOUii.Moi. wwAa t,iieii. sUCet,
hree d.Kirs uorih of Church street, has on band Vatine
iaicr of the verr best quality, w bich be will supply to the
loii.uu teLe ally. veto ly
Si do Apple and reacii
400 do Whisky, various brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 83 do N. L.
' "5 do Wine, various kinds;-
WE RESl'EbTl'li l.liV ml.iruiouririeucssanduie
public thai M have uuvv on band a large and well
assorted.atock or Fur, Silk and Soft Hats; ileus and Hoys'
Cassiniere Hats; Children Fancy Hats and Caps; eu'a
and Boys Ulolti, i luu and 1 uc Uaps ui every ueacnpuau, .
nusurpased in good quality, style aim lowness oipm-c,
wliicn uier ouer at wnuiesaie auu reiau.
liai ana vap jianuiacmrT, j,
1AIiL AMU W1XTEH COOUS.-s"'
1? ELSUACU, No. 50. Market street, have received
wilhiu the last week a large and well assorted f T
gant Ready Made Clothing of the best material,
ius who are desirous of procuring tashiouable garmenta
canbesmted. . snctful.
Customers and strangers jaiung, .u "y-r-"t h.,
ctsewuere. -hoIesalo or tail.
anyotner nousem uieto,
large lot ut Truuks
AjjSU. rteeeiveu - -
Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at
LANDS A ELSBACU'S,
KER AND FUNEBiL UNDERTAKER,
, iv in iuronn his inends and me puouc generally
thai he has taken one of those large and commodious Store
if.v.ms in Coooer's new buildinm. on the corner of Cherry
and Deaderick streets, where hewill keep ronstantly on
band a full assortment oi nruiiurc oi alt Kinds.
Furniture of every description made to order of the best
materials, and warranted to stand.
Repairing done with dispatch and in the best style.
Mattr&sses of all kinds made to order.
Jif" Collins of every description, bolli or wood and
motalic, and everything neoessaty for funeral furnished at
me snoricst notice.
All orders left at Ibis store will be promptly at
tpudp.d to hnthilav anil niirht.
CS" Orders by Telegraph, Steamboats, Jlailroads, or
from the surrounding country will receive strict attention.
"tO-l'AKTNKKSilll NOTICE. lil
i DEItelGNED having associated witli mm Jtr. m. i
KIRK PATRICK, in the Fancy Retail Dry Goods Business,
will continue the busu.es at tbe old sianu, jow mm
leje stieet, uuder the style and linn of R C McNAIRi
4 Co. jani n.u himj'q
rplIE UNllEllSIGNED INTEND TO KEEP
I a I 1, T 1 .. 41,.,.. eu.W
JL a larger ana more Tiineu sua;. uij;uiiu,iuu
r. .,A .-1f;,tnHi-Iru.t in t!iiir former friends for sup.
r,.rt in ihi.irnmr entcrnrifa. The oublic are notitied that
great bargains can be had in the old stock, as we are deter
mined to closa out as much of it as possible before the re
cent of new Goods, janl It ujucwAiux uu.
-I- AY NfVTlHK 'Villi UNlllillUJClJiAiv
L NESTuY soliciu all of hU friends to make prompt set
tlements for all old balances. jam uoawaii...
thomi-sox- a- co. ritAKK u. jonssox.
Tr"rKlmri niuuialnl with us in business Mr. Fit A
WJJ. JOHNSON. The style of the firm will bo the
same as ucretoiore. iuuju ow., o.
xTiiirill.lM VV. IIAVKJUST RECEIV
Kt alntnf new nlain. nlaid and brocade Silks, which
with our tormcr stock make a complete selection of goods
Tor this season of the year.
Thankful for past favors, the new firm hopes for a conlin
uance oi tno counuenceoi ineir cu.ujmeia.
jani THOMPSON A CO.
UNITED FTHEMEN'S INSUSANCE COMPANY
CAPITAL 51O0,O00J SHAKES tJSO.
THIS Uomnanr lias now been
in successful operation about
twelve months, and by act pass
0.1 l,v lint !irtlature 21st No
vember Hie charier lus becu so umenueu as 10 aiiow aur
citizen of theSUte to take stock. The Citizens are allowed
to have one Director lor every Five Hundred shares held
bv litem. Those taking stock will have to pay 20 per cent
TheiHjkti aienowoneu attheoHice on College street,
A. W. JOUBi'sOX, President
J S. Dasniuix, Secrelat dec!7.
lA'UMS iV CO.
Ininorli-r-iuid Dealers iii Ilnvuna Cigars, To
bueco, mid nil kinds of Foreign Wines,
Vn 10 P. 1. in STiitLT. Nashville.
Country orders respectfully solicited and punctually at
Y-Mtl I'Wi .VfJTOltltCCO. T11ISTOHAC
JD co is far superior to any other now in use, being of the
purest tind, without any mixture ur adulteration, it is a new
article in the Southern country, and ouly wants a trial to
make it become universally used. The only plica it can be
loundiu nasuvmeisai """"J" "- ,
novlS l'.i Cedar street.
1 If A MIIKS. W IN KS. &e. AA.SO J UST KE
Jj ceived several Quarter and Eighth casks ol the purest
Flench Urandies, Wines and Liquors of all descriptions.
We have also iat received a few cases of the celebrated
Scheidhaui Scbnaps. We respectfully invite the msjiec.
tiou of country and city dealers. LYON'S A CO.,
7TTi:aKS! CICAKS ! ! JUST ItECElVEI)
I 1 m liiM and larM uu assortment of HAVANA C1GA1S
as has ever becu in Nashville. Please call and examine
lor votirsclres, for sale either wholesale or retail ut
novl?. LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar st
TrEOICiNES, THAT HAVE UEENFUIUA'
ll in,l .lonn.. tlitust ear. bv tuanvot the most re-
stK.ctabIe citizens of Nashville- The advertiser is permitted
to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins, whose kervant was cured
..r ;nv,.ii.r-itp. Scrofula. Also, the hervant of Mr. J.
Collins of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have
been cured; twenty cases ol" Cone Felon. Mr R. U. Joness
son was cured or Sore Eves, afte- having been tinder the
treatmeutor two or the most distinguished Physicians for
eight mouths, almost totally blind.
ai 11 on Ininilred rejooctable persons in Nashville,
and its vicinity, -an be seen who will vouch for the great
i.o..tiu nf hi coursdof treatment, without the use tt the
knife or mercury. ...... . , .
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatisai, Fiitnla, Mercurial Dis
eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im
purities of the blood.
Twenty years of constant Practice, fifteen in New Orleans,
prior to oomin to Nashville. Those interested, aro res
pccfully invited to calL cxamiue aud consult, free of any
Office No 47 Union st near Cherry.
novlO IT. b EDWARD THOMAS.
IiANDUETIIS GARDEN SEEDS,
"vylXE THOUSAND PAPERS, uewciop, just received,
L warranted fresh, Ac, comprising all the varieties
usually brought to this market Extra Eaily Pea-1, Early
May Peas, Six Week Deans, Clove Onions, Ac., At, by the
"allon. Also, Cabbage, Beet, Onion, Ac, by the pound.
janiD'St J. G. BROWN. 48 College St.
DK. J. W. Git AY.
HAS removed to No. Cherry street, next door to Dr. B
W.Hall. Residence Sewanee.
ian29 '54 tT
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAIL0HINO ESTAB
LISHMENT, AO. 11, Ctdar Street, Jir dorr from the 1'ullie Square,
WHERE mav be round a choice and well selected
stock or Cloths, Casimeres and Vestings, all 6
of which will be made up to order in the most Fash- it
ionablo Stvle and at as short notice as can be done in auy
city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times.
ltcitdy Jlade Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A Cue assortment of Mcu'h Furui.-liiug
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shii t collars, Umbi ellas, Ac,
KSftiornients cut at liie suonesi nonce. 1 mum tan auu
r,., M THOS.J. Ill
THOS. J. HOUGH, Aui-nt.
SOUTIIE It N
HE first term of this College will com
mence 0:1 JlOAUAi, reo. 10, inine
1 ... : .... f ',,,. ...-' i.i.u.1- t,-' v
rv street, live doors above Deaderick.-
Ilia course or instruction iu this institution will embrace
Hook-Keeping. Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic
auu t enniaiisiiip.
No pupil will reccivo a diploma until he is thoroughly
pulilled to discharge the duties of the accountant.
Students will be iustructed in ull the modem improved
forms adopted by the best tcgulated houses in ihe omntry,
among olhets one which dispenses with tho use of the Jour
nal, greatly hsseuing the amount 'r labor and liability to
eir, and another which renders the use or the Cash hook
and Journal sujieilhuiiu. and enables ihe book-keeper to
post hi.s porsonal accounts dailt, aud his merchandise and
eu'.li as oiU'u as may suit his convcnienc.
This latter loim i"su.o.-e particularly designed for the us
of i'ta:l cstab'.ishmeuls.
Tiicv will be tauirht a simi.le nroccss bv which tho mer
chant nay at all times ascertain the umount of his loss or
gnu, together with the quantity of goods 011 hand, without
resorting to the tedious privcessof taking an iuventorv.
This institution will be permanent, and has been "estab
lished to meet the ulteadv iiniortaiit and irrowiiur com-
mercial interests of the city uf Nashville and Stale of Ten
n,seo. and it u designed lo place it limn a basis iLferior
to none in this country.
The importance, loevery business man, or a knowledge
of uccounls, must be mfficiently obvious to ull reliectinp
To the man or wealth, it is important lo enable him to
manage hisullairs scienlilicallv, and without pecuniary loss
mm iiijn is uuru vauru OIKIU, 111 tilt discha-ire nf
liid ..l.if.kdtl.mat fllllic In i.nn...Al .1... . . : .
... . ... ........... u,c HI4i inincaiu ac-
couiiis, uuiio luujouucHian wuo oepends u(ni his own
resources for a livelihood, it is invaluable. It gives him a
OOSIIIOU lUlin IIUUIII! CWU KAklU
He holds the post ot cotitideutial clcikin his employers,
In connection with this establishment is a department for
the benefit of those who wish to take lesson in w- iling on
ly, where an elegant hand writing will be imputed to all
who place themselves under the care of the preceptor.
Pupils entering this institution are not limited to anv
number or lessous, but for a specified price niav continue
any branch they pursue until they ale perfected, retaining
tho privilege of reviewing their lessons at any subsequent
Itcriod, free of charge.
O At'ETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
tin oriiriaal manufacturers, forsale by
UUfiATilAJl, IVAI73UA Ji UU,
No. I!i" PublicSquare.
I OAVDER -Tennessee Rifle,
in quarter, half and
X wholefcegs. Teuucssee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A lull supply r the above descriptions ot Powder, war
ranted equal 10 any in tho maiket, alwavs on band aud for
sal. by fjal41 CHEATHAM. WATSON A CO.
WE beg leave respectrully to inform the
public that, owing to the chanire in the
arrivals and departures of the cars, we will be at our post.
at all the Hotels, in due time for the 8 o'clock A. M. and 10
o'clock P. M. trains. We are also ready to serve the public
for any part of tlie city ptice f5 cents.
lur. iiiiuiv uiu 1.11M
mcbS'54 lm of Nashville.
AAA1 M'lSil 1'UltCUASE
t51UUUv $10,000 Stock in the Wire Suspension
bridge, at par, pavablo in Merchandise at cash prices.
ni!vl!i 8111 R. II. BROHKWAY. No.71 PublicSquare
i' i( Hi I
Formerly of the fntytf'Jiicinj'Vrawn it. Co:-)'
1 -r AS OPENED, witn an entire new siocs 01
.n. At. on the site foruierlv occupied bv the old 1
lino. No. 43, College Street,, three doors from Uniou,
where be win ue piesea 10 wait upon uis 01a inenas ana
citizens generally. Particular attention is giveu to Physi-
ians fiescripu ns, wnicu win oe uuea witn accuracy aud
comprising I'ocket Cases, assorted; Pocket Vial Cases, sev
eral newpatterns; Speculunis, assorted; Midwife, Amputate
in every Tarietjr a oumpleie, assortment ol everythirg us
uauy epi in una iiue may be iounu at .
J. U. .BROWN'S, -43, ColIegeSt.
febll '54 - 5 -
bblz just received by
J. G. DKOWN.
ClIIEJIICAIiS. A large slock, aDU lioui ibe best
manufactures, some eiceedinL'Iy rare, never before
brought to this market Atteutioa of Physicians to this
part ot my stocic is respeciiuiiy solicited.
teuil-o4' J. u. ,
COD IiIVEIt OH Four gi-oss Uushtou, Clark A
Oo.'s best article, warranted puie and fresh, just receiv-
ed by f feb 1 1-54. J. G. iiltO WN.
-OER3IUDA ARROW ROOT
Jjlectiy pure and fresh. A full suppl
OUIiAY JllTTEllS, A full supply, fust receiv
JTed by tfebll-'54.j U- U. BK0WN.
PERFUJUERY in every style, French, German and
American Colognes, llair Oils, Pomades, Ac., Ac.
Tooth Powder and Paste, Piver's Aromartic Vinegar;
Glenn's Rose Rears Oil, Dell Lavender, brown and white
Windsor Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a
general assortment of Plain and Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes,
Ac; Shell find Buffalo pressing; and. Fine Combs,
Ivory do. Powder Pnfls and Boxes, Lilly Waile, Alabas
ter, Ac, Ac febll-) J. G.BU0WN.-
-ri ARTS CARMINATIVE. Two
JLjLManufactuto, jqst received by
gross, direct Ironi
PEKEV TEA COJ1PANY. I have a full supply
or the best qualities or Teas, put up by this Company.
It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Brown A Co., which
gave snch general satisKjctiorj. The Ne Plus Ultra Black
Tea and Plantation Impa'rial are thought tg ba suporior to
any in this market; also, Teas in small caddies 'of 2 lbs
each. J. G. BROWN.
SEYJIOUR'S GALVANIC SUPPORTERS
A new article highly recommended by those who liave
used them, and by several physipiang of this city; all sizes
constantly 6a band. Also, lira. Coles, and Marsh's and
jirs. ueiis oupportors, a lull assortment.
J. G. BROWN.
TriNlOW GLASS A large lot oti
' ' Glass Ware, Ac, alnays on hand.
t all sizes, Also:
feblS J. G. BROWN.
IiANDRETlI'S GARDEN SEEDS.
SEVEN THOUSAND Papers new Crop Garden Seed,
just received and warranted fresh, Ac., comprising all
the varieties brought to this market Extra Early Peas, Ear
ly May Peas, Six week beans, Clove Onions, Ac, by the
Gallon. Also, Cabbage, Button Onions. Ac, Ac, by the
pound. J. G. BROWN,
febl2 No. 42, College Street.
At the Wholesale and Retail Drug, 3Ic(icinc,
Chemical, Perfumery, Fancy, Article,
Stone Ware, Paints, Oils,. Varnish,
Sand Paper, Brushes, Seed, n
Glass, and Glass
Wro Sforp of im
H. G. SCOVEIi,
NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE,' ' THREE
DOORS WEST OF THE NASHVILLE INN.
600 galls, best Winter Lard Oil;
100 gross Wood Box ifatphes;
100 bushels clean Blue Gross See J, (Kentucky;)
100 . do strip'd do do do do;
10 barrels Clover Seed;
20 do Phuter Paris;
50 do Hydraulic Cemeut;
89 Sacks Osage Orango Seed, for Hedge Fence;
100 ounces best London Sulphate (Juiuiue;
1000 pounds Epsom Balls;
2 barrels Top Onions;
280 Dental Files, tubb's;)
low ios noil suipuun
125G Flor do; :
835 pouqds Imported Castile Soap;
E47 do judigo;
40 gallons best Coach Varm;
40 do do Japan do;
40 do do Furniture do;
42 do do Demar do;
0 reams Vanderpools Flint Paper;
1000 pounds French Ztuc White hunt:
1300 " Fresh Putty;
tor rIMSUING PARLORS in the most beautiful
modern Northern stye, the subscriber has obtained the
French Zinc White Paint. Those who are building fine
houses and making improvements, would hnd this article'
decidedly superior, withal loid of the deliatenous inilueu-
ces ot wmte Lead Paint, ior kale by
'b21 II. G, SCOVKL.
infill Lns- CRUDE AN'D ROLE BUI 31.
XUUU biu.u. just received and for sale by
W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
HUNDRED LBS. RACE GIMJEK
1 J just received and for sale by
W. F. GRAY.
FIVE HUNDRED WIS.
received and for sale by
CLOVES J UST
riEN BBLS GLUE ASSORTED NUMBERS,
JL just received and for sale by W .F, GRAY.
TTIVE HUNDRED LBS EMORY. ASSORTED
JL BERS, just received and for sale' by
W. F. GRAY, No. 17 Broadway.
qHIRTY-SIX DOZ. BARRY'S TJtlCO-
JL l'HfciUU&, just received and Torsaleby
jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
rpiIIKTY-SIX DOZ. LYON'S HATHERION
JL just leceived and lorsale by Y. i GRAY,
jan5 17 Broadway.
O IX THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED I.HS.
O Lee's New Castle Super Carb Soda, just leceived aud
forsale by fjanS W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
T7MVE HUNDRED THOUSAND PEKCUS-
JL siu. UAfS, just received and for sale by
jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17'Broadway.
ll'IPl'EKN HUNDRED LBS, RED LEAD,
jujfc icvcucuauu ior saie oy vr. r. ulkAl,
J"-' IT uroadway.
IIVE HUNDRED LHS. SUPERIOR Alt-
llLl.h. .Madias Indigo, just receired and lor sale by
jan. W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
npUREK HUNDRED BOXES WINDOW
JL Glass and Glassware, just received and for sale by
jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17 Bro.idwa
MIO HUNDRED KEGS PURE WHITE
l.bAL,just received and lor sale by
janp W. F. GRAY. 17 Broadway.
TIETEEN GROSS MUSTANG LINIMENT,
-1- which will be sold unnsually low, just roceived and lor
sale by Jjanoj UKAV, 17 Broadway.
just received and for sale bv
jan . t. UliAl. 17 Uroadway.
rrtHREE 11 UNDlt ED LBS. CRE.VJI TAR-
A TAR.just received and fors.iloby
jan5 a. w. A o. W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
AND LINSEED OILS 10 BULS.
X-i Winter Lard Oil
Iirime quality. 12 barrels Linseed
Uil.lteceived and lor sale by
decSO. EWIN BROTHERS.
TTIVEBBLS. B EST !' UltNIT Ul t E VAItNISH
JL 55 boxes lire Crackers.
100 eross Patridire's Matches.
1 cask best Dutch Madder, icceived.and Tor sala low.
decir JJWl.N mtOTHEHS.
r-INCT. VERATRIA VEVIDI.-SIX DOW
I Norword s TmcL eratria evidi, 011 sale.
dccl5 EWIN BROTHERS.
lEPPER AND SPICE.
1300 LBS. BLACiT
JL PEPPE; 650 lbs. Spice. Received this day and for
:eired this day and f
TITACKEREL 20 BARRELS
111 0 half bbls .Mackeicl;
su Kits uo;
J ust received aud fur sale low by
JOHNSON, 1I0RNE A CO.,
nov22 r Broadway.
st received uud for sale low, to close, by
O UGAR 20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR;
U 20 bbls uea.1 sugar; iu bois rouer d
Just received and lorsale by
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
TAR LEAD 5 KEGS BAR LEAD;
Just received by
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
TTYDRAULIC CEMENT 300 BARRELS
JLJL Iiouisvillo Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for
sale by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
O ALT--20O BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT;
100 uaga rinealt; Justreeeived by
"QT22 JOHNSON', HORNE A CO.
A 1.E! ALE! I 50 BARRELS "TRACE Y Ar
XA. ilkm'a" superior Pale and Amber Ale. just re-
.....uuumutHue jow 10 close, ov
"ot27 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
O CALES 1 snAl.l'xl f vl? 1 1, .v
O STANTLY supplied with Blnndell's iinecualledAVhcel
and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,W0 lbs., which will be
OA ll TrJkrl I vm-tI tt lnn
A e can also supply Railroad TVack and Repot Scales,
from three to fifty tons, 011 the-niost reasonable terms.
M JOHNSON. HORNE A CO..
FRESH GROCERIES DIRECT FROM NEW
Orleans. New Supir; Fresh Kice; Prime RU Coffee-
iiaguyra uonee; rpice; l'epper; Sperm Candles Ac For
saie low ior asn oy JUUixsu.Ai, IIUIINK A CO.
ANGHORN Ai ARMISTEAD. 100 PACK-
ages of Langhorn A Armlstcad's superior Chewing To
bacco, just received and for sale by
oct2S J OIiNSON; HORNE A CO.
COPARTNERSHIP. I HAVE THIS OAY
associated with me in the Wholesale Grocery-, Com
mission, Receiving and Forwarding Businecs, Mr. WIL
I.IAM PHILLII'S, ol Nashville, under the name and style
or LANIER 4 PHILLIPS
nova L. II. LANIER.
Jkl SftWTKil, D. L. WalXACK, r, bowajuh
& KYEn. WALLACE t 00. .
S& IVU. 129, f ItONT STHEKT, lUHn- -
, J:. UOIVAKU)
f sijflG New Orleans. ; w
1X0. K- BHIGUf. JAXKS, B. BU1UUT-
J.M.& J. K. BRIGHT,
A T I0SKETS AT LA"W,
WILL practice in the several Courts of Lincoln and.the.
adjoining Counties, and in the Supreme Court at
Nashville. t w sept2 6mtw .
WILLIAM t. KOsS. JAMES M. DATlDSOa-
ROSS & DAVIDSOX,
ATTTOlfiMiEY Tf LAW;, ' '
FAYETTEVILLE, TENN, .
Will practice Law in Lincoln and the adjoining counties.
HKNRT HAST, JR. 8. X. KuLLIXGSWOKTO.
HART & IIOLLlNGSWORTIIj "
17110165316 Greeers, Commission, Eceeiving and Top
No. 40 North side J'ublie Square,
oct4 NXbuviliai, Tenn.
BENJ.'F. SHIELDS & CO.,
C0MMSSI0K HEECHANIS, AND GENERAL AGENT3,
NEW ORLEANS. -
Having petmanently located in this City, solicit consign
ments of Cotton Tobacco, Ac .
Receivine and Forwardine with the fillin? of Orders
drvmp'JLy attended to. octli Gin. "
k. a. noiaii;, s-s. uiu-iaus, - jjto. a. nsniaT"'
JOHNSON, HORNE & CO.,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GB0CEC3,
Coininissicnaadrorwarding Merchants, and Storen of
Cotton and Tobacco.
'tier of Market and Mroad HU., Xashcelle. Tenn.
july 3. 1 S53.
PICKETT, MACMURD0 A CO.,
BANKERS and CQaiJHSSipX MERCILVNTS
WM. S.PICKETT late of the llrm of PICKETT, PER
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav
ing associated themselves in liniinM will mmlnM
iii associateu iiieuiseives iu business, will conduct a
Banking and General Commission Business,
in this City
!ity, under finn of Pickeii. Macuueho &
Particular atlenlion paid ta tho sale of Cotton, and lo the
shipment ofSupplies and Merchandise generally.
O. MACOKEGOH, X. E. AtLOWAT, J. DAXKUEAD.
MAOGBEGQR, AiJ,0WAT & CO.,
CO 31 MISSION MERCHANTS,
55 St. Coaeles Steeet, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
1ST N. E. ALLOWAY A CO.. Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
menU to us. sep!6
I. H. SIJJPS0N & SONS,
Wines, Brandies, Cigars, CJiarnpaignes, &c.
NO. 19, BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK:
And Rpe la Bastide. Bordeaux. may!6 ly.
B. F. BELL.
Wholesalo and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
Afuuicokiu ouuors, Aeceivin, xurwaroingana
. Commission Merchant,
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
It. II. I'itASER,
NO. 13 aillOSDELET STREET,
Gov. A. V. Brown. Nhvil!a. Tenn Pr.l. T. II. MnVoill
Coahoma county, Miss.; .Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark;,
o. j. nniiev, jacKson, .Miss.; iiartin, uuea JC Lo.. Pulaski.
Tmi. .1.. I' U.l l'.,. ok it.
McCREA "& TERRASS,
Corner of Broad and College Streets. Hashville. Tenn.
Agents for tonWo's J'itUburoh and Wkeeliuj, XJC X. anl
rt.r.1 . z- '
T AIiE A1YES. PORTER it BROWN STOUT
X HAVE nowinstorethe following, irliich tlwv iritl Bi.ll
-at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added) to-day:
125 Bbls ttWSrmth'a Pittsburgh Ale for summer use;
ov acuacn uranaequaiio me best acotcu Ale:
uo ao ior lamny use;
NEW CARRIAGE "WARE ROOM,
Nos. 31, 35 and 38, Deaderick Street.
T r ESS ItS. CRAM A SHEPERD would resneetfullv in
111 Tonn their friends and the imblicttliat thev have now
completed their new Vare Room, and are now in receipt
ofa splendid assortment of Carriage materials which we
are prepared to manufacture into Carriages of every de
scription. We intend to keep an assortment of Carriages
auu Harness on uanu wmcn we will dispose 01 on as reas
onable tenn3 as any bouse in the city.
Repairing in all its brapches at Ipw rates witji promjit
ness. All work done by us will be warranted as irood as
the best. b
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended us, we re-
spceuuuv soiick a continuation oi me came.
Teh 3 '54 l.y
TAYLOR'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
BROADWAY, (Cor. of Franklin Street,) New York.
io k.-u!upien!u auuoiviieo ior iraveiiers nnu desire agree
able and attractive acconmiodatiops. If is conducted
upou the principle of" the best European Hotels, the meals
being served in tne several apartments, or at tho tables in
thesaloon. at the ODtion of euetts. The Hotel and Furni
ture co . bine elegance with comfort, and is designed as well
for.the convenient reception of travellers by the hue trains.
jan29' 54 Sin Proprietor.
O TOLEN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD.-
O Stolen from my Stable on Union Street, on the night of
tueibin instant, my pair ot UAKICIAUE ItOlkSfS. They
were closely matched, ot a bay color, aboat 15' bands
high, bobtails, and stars in the forehead of each, withsome
little white on one or boih of their hind less. I will eive
$50 for the recovery of II19 hprses, or any information so
.uu. . mji u.wt, ui vivo 101 me irroi 1:1 v 01 mu iiiiei anu
horses. Addtess JOHN W. 'WALKER,
janlS, 1354 Or Capt. Hanmer. Nxshville Inn Stables.
Cases Boots, Shoes,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 3G, Corner of College and Union streets,
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1.200 CASES ROOTS, SHOES, UA7S, CAPS,
TRUXKS.A-c, Bsinlhe LARGEST STOCK or Goods
they have everofl'ered in this market, and which tor quality,
price and taritiy will equal any Stoofc in the City.
Alcrchuutx and all others makiug their purchases in
Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock
an examination before buying.
R. S. II0LL1NS A CO.
frgT" Feathers, Ginseng, Becsnax and Wool received in
exchange for-Ui)d3 utthe highest market price.
augl7-53 tt .
E. l. cubnsiuw. a. c. ranis
WE having completed our Shop, and put up all our
machines, arc ready to do all kinds r"Ca!pcnters
work on the shortest notice. SASU, DOORS, BLINDS,
jiuuiiiJLMinoi an sizes, AiM5Ti.ik3, wjMiuvv and
DOOR FRAMES or all sizes, completed; BONES or all
kinds on hand at all times; CIRCULAR WORK or any
kinddone. LUMBER or all kinds dressed or sawed to anv
size, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches square.
gi ve us a call befoi e purchasing elen hero, as wo nre deler-
uuueu u uo an 01 our worK well, and give perfect satisfac
tion, nnd as dieap as it can be done. All work delivered
to any bouse in town without cost. Shop on Broad street,
west of the Nashville and Chattanooira Railroad, where we
...Mlt.-i- i.i-iiir .- r. .
ma uu iounu ai an limes reauv 10 wait on anv person iuai
,Miiia -.rl- 'IllVII A V flTi!
NASHVILLE STEAM STONE WORKS,
nAiiutti iiAbiuUi, I'liurikitiuit,
WaimitGeove, JeffebsoxSt.", Nashville, Tf..w.
THE subscriber tate3 this method of reluming his most
sincere thanks to his friends, and the public trenerally
ior tne paironage tic uas already received, and would say
to tlicui that he is now able to furnish all kinds of cut stone,
lenciug, capping, sins, sicps, Okc, lie.
! iasnuig. sawed, busli liammercd and selffaced.
PliiCES Sawed, threcinchas thick per square yard.
Bush hammer live " 2 " "
Self-faced, two " " 1 " "
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended lo.
Come one Come all ! This Rock shall fly
From its firm base as soon as 111!
PALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-4.
rplIE subscriLcr respectfully announces lo the denizens of
JL Aasnvine anu surrounding country that be haa now on
hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock cf Gents
iilSUlWiAiilifc M1SAU1 MAUK ULOTUIAG. for Fall
anu inter wear.
Anions which May be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth
Uloaks, fcpanisn do, upera and iJongress Coats, Uoublo do,
Black. Blue. Brown and Olive Over Coats. Sack. Palatola.
Box. Frock and Dress Coats, Business do., and other stiles
and colors loomimerous 10 ineuuon.
Pauls and Vesls oi ever style and color, to suit the most
Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S'
CLOTHING. Fine blurts. Under-Shirts. Drawers Suspen
ders, Cravats, Uandkcichiers, Stocks, Hats, Caps; Trunks,
Valises, uarpct iags, sc., &c.
Countrr Jlercliants. in particular, are reouested to call
and examine my siock beiore purcnasingeisewnere.
septl3 ii- J'uwjiiis,
No 84. Market St. ODDOsite Union StrL
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com
bniation ofinca. 1.. i
J. & J. C. CONROY,
NO. 52 ITILTON 6TREET, NEW YORK,
WOULD call the attention oi dealers to their large
assortment or Fishinir Tackle. oTtho best Qualities
and most desirable varieties, viz: Salmon, lakaand Trout
Flias; Floats, Lines, Nets, Heels and Rods or all kinds and
varieties, Ac. Ac
A large stocK ot lirst quality 01 tnrov g celebrated
A ceneral assortment o! Fishine Rods .f their owa manu-
racturc: Ftke and I)rac Nets in every variety, Ac ; all or tho
best kind and at the lowest prices. A liberal discount to
thejrade Jan9.-'51. 3 m.
MECHff' INSTlTUTTi.TlIlRARY AND BEAD
ING ROOM. This Institution is now," open lor the
benefit or reinilir and contributimr members daily, from
8 A. JL, to lo P. JI Persons wishmgto become members
will make application to the Directors, or the assistant Li
brarian, at tlie rooms nf tin? Association, in CoODer's new
building. (Signed) JOHN THOMPSON,
man Sm. ' . Presjden.
sale by ireb;4'54l
4,000 on band and tor
J. G. BROWN,-
P ENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Thli Road
being now complete, it opens a comtauaicatioa be
tween Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh' and
Baliimore, by which Freight from the West-can reach an
Eastern Market quicker and cheaper than by any of the
present rival routes. They connect-with the Daily Packets
at Pittsburgh, from St.Xonis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheel
ing, and allths different points on the Western waters; a),
so with the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad and Ohio
and Pennsylvania" Railroad, at Pittsburgh.
Cars run through between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia,
without transhipment of freizht an advantage that can be
appreciated by all shippers.
in case 01 obstruction 01 navigation, by Ice or low water
Freights Westward can be forwarded from Pittsburg to
Cincinnati, or towns in the interior, by Railroad.
Rates of Freight between Pittsburgh and Phila
delphia or Baltimore.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes', Hats, and Carpet-: j
ing. Furs and Peltries, Feathers, Sad-
per 100 lbs.
mery, ic ,.
SECOND CLASS- Books and Stationary,
ury uoous in oaics. urnzs. uiassware.
Groceries, (except Coffee.) Hardware, 75
Hollow ware, Machinery, OilCloth, Vool,
THIRD CLASS. Ragging, Bacon, and "I
I'orlk in bulk, tiulter salted, l.opper in in
gots, Flaxseed, Hogs' Hair, Flax, Lealh
er Eastward, Zinc,
FOURTH CLASS. Bacon and Pork pack-
eo, uaoaies tasiwara, vneese rstward,
Fish salted, Iron, Soda Asb, Tobacco in
lieaf, Eastwatd, Tar, Rosin, Whiskey.
Cotton, (in Summer,) Coffee, Lard Oil,
(through.) Pork fresh, in full car loads,
at owner's risk...... -..
50 cts. 40cls
H, H. HOUSTON, Genl Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
...... 1 .
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. INCLINED
PLANES AVOIDED Two Daily Lines from Pitts
burgh to Philadelphia. Running Through by Express
Train, Leaving Pittsburgh at 9.40 P. JL in 16.20 hours;
And by morning Mail Train, Leaving Pittsburgh at 7 A. M.
Throughin 17.50 hours, and connecting with the Trains
r.m j, I ,,T: 11:.. : 1 1 f. 1 . 1 : ,11.
Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus. Zanesville. Madison
Wooster, Ohio. Also connecting at Pittsburgh with the
Steam Packet Boats from New Orleans, St. Louis, Louis
yilleand Cincinnati. Fare through (sill the way by Rail
road to Philadelphia,) from
Chicago, - 51S 25 Columbus; - - $12 65
Madison A La Fay-' Bellelontaioe. - 12 25
17 25 Zanesville, - 12 25
15 25 Newark A Sandusky, 11 75
IT 23ManafhJd. A Crestline, n oo
16 0Q Wooster, - - 10 50
13 75 Cleveland, - 10 00
14 00 Pittsburgh, - 8 00
rar Passeneers from the West will find this the short
est and most Expeditious Route to Philadelphia, Baltimore,
NewYork, or Boston. THOS. MOORE, Agent,
Passenger Lines, Philadelphia.
J. ME3KIMEN, Agent,-
Passenger Lines, Pittsburgh.
PniLADKLrniA, March 11, 154 tf
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
United States Mail lane
ThWi5lin 48 to 50 Hpqrs.
NEW TORN AND OIIARLESFON SEMI
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE
ftt LEAVES Adger's Wharves, every Saturday
t?auu ii euuesuav, aiivr iub arrival oi uic caia
2k-from the South and WesL
On Saturday, the new and splendid steamer 4ns- Au
ger, 1,5'JO tons, J. Dickinson, Copfmande'r Marion, 1,
200 tons, VT. Foster, Cc-mmat'der.
On Wednesday the Union. 1.500 tons. Richard Adams.
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos.Ewao, Com
These steamers are unrivalled, on the coast Tor safety,
speed and comfort 'Experienced and courteous Coninian
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, 'ystii insure
iraveiiers oy iui3 line every possible comiort and accom
For freight or passage, having elegant Slate Room Ac
commodations, appiy ai inc ouice 01 ibe Agent,
septlo ly IENRV5M1S3RQ0M,
' Comer East Bay and Adger's Son. Wharves.
Cabin passage $30, Steerage $3.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
BY an arrrasrement between the Spth Carolina,
Georgia, Western and Atlantic and Nashville
1 1. 1 . . - , .i. 1 1
auu uauauougu raiirouus, goous win ue orougni
through to Nashville at the following rates :
Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
goods, per cubic loot. ; 82
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddler)", Glass, Drugs. Con
fectionaries, Camphene, Spirits Turpentine, in casks,
Ac, per 100 lbs. $210
t Tiuao CLASS.
All articles not coming under specific rafes, as enumer
ated in the tariff ol tlie roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
at tlie freigut Agent 3 Oft(Ce) per 100 lbs .fl 25
Goods tube delivered at Nashville at uhn rnlAQ in 11 at
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent of
. o 1", ... uuiuuwo.
and Amnt of South Carolina Rolmiirt f. t fhd.i.An
Persons shipping from eastern cities can shin h r sbjam.
crs at or about 12cv, by propellers at Sc., and saifine ves-
scis allium ov. iu iu. per loufc
Wheu the Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be
made, ot wliicn due notice will be given
H. I. ANDERSON. Sunt N. A f tt Tt fn
N. B. The same difference will be made when poods are
t 1. .l.,U-.l II, 1 ut II :u r . .
w uc uuuotu a. i'crVuCift fjuciu jiiic an aiunreesuoro,
or other stations on out road, as is now made between
fieisrhts from Nashville to Chattanooira. and frAml.ta f.m
the above points to Chattauooga, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co,
June iu u x 11. I. A.
NASHVILLE, LOUISVILLE AND CINCIN
"REHTO RU, "-J. N. Corbett, iraster.
THIS ne and Swift light draught steamT FS'at
cr will run regularly between the above LlggygtS'
cities, leaving Nashville each alternate Sat-sfeikiJR-
urday at 4 P. JU and Cincinnati each alternate auuuay at
1V.U (-IUI.&. iv. i.
Captain Coebett will give prompt arid careful attention
10 any anu an uusine: s entnijied 10 lus care.
I resneclfidlv solicit from a liberal public a due nmmr.
tion of the business betweeu the cities, and promise they
jan4 Agent, i. 3. Mail Packet Office.
Nashville, Louisville arid Cincinnati Regular
THE Splendid new Passenger Steamers,
STATESMAN, J. Siduel. Master.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY, II. G. McComas,
trill tnaue regular trips m the alioye trade, leaviug Nash
vine every luesday, at 4 o'eloet, P. 41. Returning, will
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, P. IT.
The above boaU are A No. 1. and are ollicered In- ktiw.
ri enced business men, ho will be thankful for orders for
mercnaudise, and promise to give satisfaction to all who
may entrust business to tueir care.
decs' tf. JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES matt,
I7OR MEMPH IS. NEW O ftLEANS, ST
7 LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE TRY.
WEEKLY. The Splendid New Passeneer,
Steamers Citt of Mcxtovrlk, Jonx Siupsox, a.nu Edas
s v, will leave Nashville cyery Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, at 6 o'clock P. JL, connecting at Paducah with the dai
ly Ixmisville and St. Louis U. S. Mail Boats, and at Mem
phis with the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, U.
It. W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and JIary Agnes, giving through
tickets from Nashville to either of the points above named.
Theacpoiiuuodalions of this line cannut be surpassed, and
passepjers will find it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. L. DAVIS,
oct5 Agents at Nashville.
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS TLB. MAIL PACKET.
rpUE splendid new passenger steamer,
I H. R. W. HILL. Tuos-Nkwil. Mas
ter, will run in the above trade this sea
son, leavicc Memphis on her Hrst trfnon
Saturday, the 22d of October. The HILL counects at
Memphis with the Nashville und Memphis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will give thtough tickets from New Orleans to
The splendid passensrer steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
leave Nashville every Wednesday, at 6 P M, with freight
ana passengers ior 1119 miu
A. UAJlllilU.-, 1 , ,
A. L. DAVIS,
THE GRAIVFENUERU MEDICINES.
THE GRAFFENBERG, MEDICINE3.
THE GRAFFENBERG MEDICINES.
THE GRAFFENBERG MEDICINES.
TnE GRAFFENBERG MEDICINES.
rpHE Graffcnberg Family Jlediciccs are widely and just
JL. ly celebrated as tho most safe, valuable an'd reliable
FamilT.Mediciries'ercr offered to the Dublic Ther are
endorsed by the first .Physicians "of the day, and those who
have used tnemguarantee iheir beneficial action.
A most valuable' Pamphlet, contaioin? a list of
more than '60 diseases with their symptoms and treatment,
can be obtained without chanre from erervl)rui'rit'1n lho
city, whd keep a full supjAyof the -Medicines on hand at all
times. ALEX. MACKENZIE, NashviUo.
mar354 tf . '
"VTEW HOTEL. Under the provisions of an ArA
1Y act incorooratinc the Nashville Hotel Comnanr. WrSi
passed by the Legislature of the State of Tennessee, on the
23d of November, 1853, notice is hereby given that Books
will be opened at the Nashville Inn. on Jlondav next.- the
16th inst., for the purpose of obtaining subscribers to stock
iu nuu uouipaur.
D T SCOTT,
WT BERRY. y
. WF COOPER. j
jan!4 Cify papers please copy.
THOSE BEAUTIFUL PIPES I have just re
ceived a lotot the most beautiful MEERSCHAUM PIPES
ever brought to the western country. I invite gentlemen
to call and examine them, at the ftitrn or the little INDIAN
corner of Cherry and Cedar streets.
leb7 '54 U J. JIOORE.
C. FRANCISCUS, Freight Ag't Pittsburgh.
SNEEDER, Freieht AeenLPhiladelohia.
' A KOONS, Freight Agents, Baltimore.
1. ELLIOTT. Feht A?'t. No? wast st N Y
.j Miuup iiAoyuii, ajiuu, ixiucui uuu vuva.o, Illi
nois;. Franklort, UxiDffton find Louisville, Kentucky; Tr
re Haute, Madjspn. La Fayette and Indianapolis, Indiana;
Cincinnati, Dayton, SpringGeld. BellcfontaiDe. Sanduskr.
a iUPICHUi J. i-tuo JSO.,1'. SASDERSOS.
TilCIOL, PEACOCK & CO::
WHOLESALE GROCERS, . j
ForffardiBg and Coinmission KercliaritS,.
C0E5ER Or MAHKET k CTCncit ST3, -
TUST received per New Orleans, Cincihnafi and Pitbw
bunr steamers, the followine articles, which we are of
fering low for cash. ConntryMerchants and dealeia gete-.
jaiiy wui do well to call ana examine ior ineuiscires:
750 bags prima Rio Coffee; 50 doz Brooms;
50 do Laguyra do; 1,000 kegs Pure Lead;,
200bb1sDnmeN"OMolaases:500 do No I do:
150 X bbls do do; 150 casks best Englkh 'Soda:
150 hhds Sugars; all grades; 20 bags Race Ginger;
jxmu iTtunea ana rowoered isugars. an assortment;
25 bags Pepper; 15 chests Teas, assorted;
15 do Spice; 50 bbls Soda Crackers; ,
10 tiercea fresh Rice; 50 do Batter .do;
100 boxes M Raisin s; Cotton Yarns: assorf cd
50 boxes Cod Fish; 2 gross Wash Boards; '
50 3o JJemng; 15 nests Tubs; -
20 bbls Mackerel; 5 casks Brandy;
100 kits, assorted numbers; 3 do Signetle Brandy
iu cwxa iicsii oaruiuei; o uu art',
25 boxes Pickles, assorted; .1 do JtadeiraWine? '
5 bbls Brimstone; 5 do Sherry do;
10 do Alum; la do Port dor.
250 bags Cno Salt; 25 bblsSAI Wine;
150 Demijohns, ass'd sixes; 40 i bbls S M Wine;
10 frails Almonds:
25 bbls Holland Gin:
100,000 Cigars, Tar brands;
300 boxes prime Cheese;
M do American Braidv; "
5.) do Old Bour Whisty;
50 do- Old Monona; uV,
150 do nuart i lasts;
ii uo rmi ao;
25 do Old Ryo do;
5 0 do Flutod Tumblers, as;200 do Rectihed. do:
200 kegs Nails, assorted; 20 do Old Peach Brandy;,
Together with all other articles usually kept in our (inc.
Call at NICIIOL, PEACOCK A COX ' '
febS Corner of (Jliurcn and JlarKet sts.-
BIK. U.XOIL TOOS. CVVms,. A. TTLEU
BEN. M, NOEL & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, .
COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS, .'
AND DEALERS IN
TOEEIGN AND DOMESTIC 1IQTJ0ES,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
200 bbls Pike's M'a Whisky; I pipe Irish Whisky;
100 do Pate s liectitied do; 2 da Holland Uin;
50 do Brown's D D do; 20 bbls Old Port Wine;
50 do Old Jlonongla do; 20 do pore" Peach' Brandy;
50 do Old Bourbon do; 25 do Applo do;
100 do American Brandy; 10 bk"s Champagne, B.lt;
80 do N E Rum; 40 boxes assorted Cordial,;
SO do Gin; 20 do Hock Wine;
40 do SM Win; 20 do assorted Brandies;
15 do Walker's Ale; 25 do Claret Wine;
2 yc pipes Madeira Wine; 20 do Muscat do;
Sherry Wines; 20 do Brandy Cherries; ,
8 i pipes Old Brandy; 10 casks Madeira. Wine;
In store and for sale by BEN. JL NOEL A CO.
TOUACCO AND CHIARS.
50 boxes Gus Jonea' Tobaoco;20 boxes JUssouri Tobacco;
50 do Boa A Gpodwiu do 20 do Kentucky do;
25 do Boaz's Gold Lea do; 20 do Mussulman's cedar
15 do Phenix do; loaf Tobacco;
15 do Sam Woods' do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco;
10 do E 3 White' do; 10 da Albretl's " do;
5 do Red 4 Nash's do; 10 do Wetheringtotr do;
10 do AUWon's do; 50 do Terry Jleite Cars;
25 do Fennell'a do; 30 do Johu'son a d;
10 do Daily's do; 40 do Cuba Six H
10 do Enaus do; 10,000 Napoleon Rratli'.i do;
10 do Young Sl Burnett's iJsO.OOO jsnuy bind do;
la stars nd for sJ by MEN. M. NOEL .t CO.
JTJ3T RECEIVING AND IN STORE.
250 hhds Sugar, all grades:500 bags line Salt;
2 !0 bags coarse Salt:
100 bags Jlaucaba Coffee;
50 " liguyra "
30 " Old G.)rt( Jiva;
267 bbls Molis:.;
150 Vt do;
100 boxes Tinplak;
300 " Rosiu Soap;
500 bbls Kamwhi Sjili; '
8 " Ma;k.irtlf
110 kits Nos. I, sand &doj
1K box.es Mar Caiitll-;-JpO
. " tTall"Wl -iCO,-,
IdCHU Aiinlidl IICJ'C;
UiO grtKS Matehsi; ' ' '
2000 IKbir Lead; - .
2'J bhLs liici3-s- .
100 " Fancv Soap;
'5) kes asst'd Wht'g Nails;00 boxes ip, pt.ad Jpint
200 casks sup Carb Soda; Flanks;
100 bxs Va. and Ky. Tobacco; 10 bbls Alum;
500 Demijohns, assorted; 5 " Briuisfor.e; '
100 bbls Loaf gutir; 200 boxes Cheese; - '
25 ' Crush'd and Pd Sugar 10 bbls Spanish Brown; . .
10 ceroons best Indigo; 5 '- Vendian Red; t
75 bbls Clover Seed: 5 bags Pepper; r ,
10 qr. csks A Sign't Brandy 10 Spic?;
10 ' " J J Duprey's do; 50 hoxcATeai, assorted; A
2 casks Holland Uin; 1 w) gros Blackiog; '
20 qr cafc, P. and M- WinejIOO boxes Sardines;'
75 bbls A M Brandy A GinjMWcans fresh Oysters;
20 bbls N E Rum; ittOboxes Lemon Syrupy
100 bbls D D Brandy; 50 boxes Claret and Cordial;
Ohio Rect'd do;
-7 " ussorwd J icJclOs;
20- " Brandy Cheriies;
4 bbls Corks; "
10 tierces Rice;
50 dot Paiii'.el Buckets;
lOOdox Heoip and. Cotton
5000 Melee Curare:
Old Rye do;
Old Bourbon do;
Old Resery? o;
8000 Spanish Cigars;
TiKrethur with evBrytbinir m our line, winch e offer to
the trade low for cash. LANIER A PHILLIPS,
jan25 '54 w Market street. .
L7RESII ARRIVALS.-200 HHDS. SUKAlT.
- all grades; ,
100 barrels of Molasses; , . ..
100 half barrels of Molasses; . ' . ' . , :
5 tierces of Rice; , . . ,", f
5 packages of Mackerel; ' .c ' .
20 packajjes of Cranberries; - -- ,
150 i ackages or Raisins; -1 ' rv
10baJ of Almonds; - -" - i-k"
20. casks or Porter and Ale; ' ' ' i
20 coils 01 Manilla Hope; "
50 packages Market, Clothes and Covered! RaMicis;
100 packages Buckets, TubsvPails. Ac.;
20 barrels Pecaqs, Filberts and Cream Nuts;
90 nntacnvi riwnilft ItranHvr
10 packages Maderia and CUerryWines-iS
70.000 superior Havana Cizarst
iu lucuiuca 1 in. lulu nuidn ,1 iii .
ow iieiuijouua, uv,wu uuiu. . .
For salo by fjanl2 EDWARDS.sHARRIS.
ma 11.!.:.!.... r, n 1. .
STEWART At WEAKLKYT
WHOLESALE R EI AIL. GROCERS,
NO. S BROADWAY,
HAVE ON HAND and offer (Lr sale 200 bbls ftlour,
various brands; ' '
100 barrels Whisky; 25 doxen Painted BiickeN;
25 " Domestic Brandy; 1 Willow Clothe Basket;
10 " Gin; 10 coils Jtar.Ula Rope;
5 " SMWine; 25 reels Packing Yarn;
20 " Monongahela and 10 dozed Guarded Class '
Rye Whisky; Lanterns;'- "
10 barrels Lincoln Wliisky; 10 boxes Tumblers;
20 X pipe French Brandy; 25 do Pint & Quirt Flask";
1 1 pipe Catawba do; 18 ta;lleriik-fiiil!y seal
1 JpipeOldCog do; ed Peaches; 1
1 y$ pipe Old Spanish do; M whole, hair and quarter
0 barrels Molasses; boxes ltaisins;
20 4 barrels Syrup
50 drums Smyrna Figs;
10 barrels Lard Oilr
iu uoxes iie rrniis;
10; bilxe- Jlixed Pjcklcs;
25 boxes Lemon's;
60 jars assort ei Preservcsi
20 do Touulo Catnip;
100 K A q'r boxes 'SerdineS;
2 cases Table ?olt;"
2.1 barrols Pilot Bread:
do Linseed Oil;
da Peach Brandy;
do W R Butter;
13 i4 do do do;
10 bbls No 1 A- 2 JIackerel;
10 M bbls No 2
25 kits No 1 A 2
30 bxs Tobacco, v's brands.
30 bxs Tallow'.Candles;
20,000 Regalia Cigars;
2 barrels Salmon;
1 drum Codfish:
100 boxes W R Cheese;
50 bold Enir. Dairy dK
ao uojen uoru. urooins;
1 box doUiesPinjt
50 bags Buckwheat Flour;
10 doj,inc Washboards;
25 doz Willow Maiket
200 reams Wrapping'Papcrj,
.j bags Fjittn t;otlon;
10 bftgs' Wrapuic Twine;
1 bag Candle Wicfc.
Together nrith Butter. Water. Soda. Suirar. Pic Nie and
Boston Crackers; Crushed, Powdered and Loaf Sii'ari Pep-'
per, Spice, Ginger, Indigo, Jladder, Starch, Alum, Copper
as, Mustard. Tea. Coffee. Supar. Golden Svrua.'IrieU Ar--'
plea and Peaches; Heminy,.T5eaus, Pca, Hacou-, Lrd, '
Dried Beel, Sweet and Irish Potatoes. Trgetfier'wiih'va'
rious other articles, usually kept In altoatSfore and Family
Grocery, to which wa would call the attention or Fanners-
Steamboat Men, and the public generally, as i c are de
termined to sell fur small prolita Tor cash. " janl2
NEUFFER, HENDRIXA: CO,, ' t
COMMISSION JlEUCUANTS, ior' the. rah of Flour,'
Grain, Bacon and Produce generally, curner'rf Ea.-t
Bavand Union Wharves, Charleston, S. 0.
RiriRcvcts; John Caldwell, President S. (X R. R r R, '
Dnlin, Etip, Charleston; Scantoa, Seymosr A. Co., Augusta;
W. U. Stark A Co.. Auimsta: Wm G. Pete: A Co.. Atlanta
French & Van Epps, Chattanooga- A. Bell, C"t'"-oca;
Orme, Wilson, A Co., Loudon; Joseph Polton, Charleston.
in presenting me aoove card, we would be doing injns-
tice to our feelings not to express our gratitude to. our nnf
merous friends in Georgia, Tennessee, North, and Socth i
Carolina, for their past unwavering pationage since our
commencement In this business in 1ft". We bava nursud
this bnsines3 from its infancy, labored year after jearto
develupo the resources of , the back country,, .We'bare La(-
Ued with tho different lines of railro id and "Dare been in
strumental in reducing the freight of produce to reasonable-'
ics. uam irienuti iu j.urope auu uic iioin, uuu are
prepared to make advances on shipments to either markets.
We would savto our friends and the public. 'that it wilt
be to their interest to consicn td us. as we par our whole.
attention to tue business alone.
We will make liberal advancements on consignments.
inchl7 8m ' NEUFFER HENDKIX A CO.
TTORSALE-IoirerforsalexMr. G. W. Foster's tract
JL of land, about live miles from Nashville, containing
170 acres, fronting aOout half a mile on flic Nolensville
Pike. About one half of the land is timbered: several ex
cellent springs; also, a chalybeate spring, (sec Drt Currey's
analysis below.) 'A tine BUILDING blTE in a.bcautil'ul
grove convenient to the spring. Persons wishing to eatab
iish a watering place convenient td the city, will do well to
examine the above tract of land, spring, Ac Apply at No.
86, up stairs, Cherry st. R. W.BROWN,
nwirM-u Keal Estate AgtC
AXALYsH or O. W. POJlTa's CTIALTn KATE sWi.a.
In each gallon of water
Carbonate of Lime, 4 gr.
" Magnesia, S.5, '
" " Iron, 2J.
V RrcnaltD 0.,'CcEkx'T.
RANDAL W. McOAVOCK,.
ATT0SNEY AND C0UN3EL10B AT'LAW,.
OTFICE IN COO PKR'S BLOCK, CnERRT'STRKST1
B E U G- G- I S T
' ' - No; 7, North College Street.
W OULD respeelfully inform Druggists, Merchasfs,
Physician? and Manufacturers, that they have again
commenced tho DRUG BUSINESS ir tho new buildingoa
College, near Church street, and intend conGninp theajselT-a.
to tlie WHOLESALE TRADE. Tbeir stock is nearly en
tirely d fresh'one, and thejrare determined tomak&both lbs
prices andualttics satisfactory. They offer sale low lie
cash or en time to punctual men '
i 640 gallons best Winter Srernt Out
800 " Tinneri'Oil;
1 1065pomid3 Indgo, or prima quality
14S3 do Madder, -
60O do Extract of Logwood in small boxes
j., . :40 . . do,- .Codiuiealj
, '65 dii Muriate ofTTn;
bf 150f do iAlnm;
1400 do IteSued Salpelrt;
1000 do Epsom Salts;
., :550 do Gunt Camphor;
7500 do Sup. Carb. Soda; " '
90 Gro.M7uie s Vermifuge;
10 do M'Lane'a Liver i"ills;
20 do Fahnestocfs Vermifcge; " "
(100 doz. Mustang Liniment;,
l&fGro. wood box JIatches;
; S3) doz. Masoo'a Blacking;
IDOO pounds Red Lead drv;
-J'. SOU ..do White do do;
, S00 do Lefharge;
10S0 do Eng. cnetian Red;
, HOG bush. Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
43 boxes Bonn's Scotch Snuff, in nacfcaifs:
' do Garrett'a do- do;..
COdoi. do in bottles;
43 do JIaccabby Snuff, in cobe
1000 lbs. " id jarsand bbhc
0) boxes window Glass assorted
' '.400O lbs. Putty; '
150 pounds Pearl Sage;
110 do Tapioca;
t Cod; dq Gum Arabic;
. PC dor. Cod L'verOd Rnshton, Clarke & Co'e
' 60 do' Seidret'3 Powders; in Unboxes:
. do Soda; " '
60 rounds Calomel, English and American;
10' di llydriwlate of Potash;
- .. 2J5 d Spirits Nitric Aether;
6l do Aqua Ammonia;
0 d Sqr. Iodida ef Iron;
Schscffelin's Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of varicnsstyles;
ITiysicians' Pocket Cases of ViaU a laree varitv
.. .A",?lIU?in?" T1Uscci':'" Ljtuoloniy, Trepann'in. und
Jlidwife Instrunients, in rases; '
JIodicine.Chests-Ta variety of styles and sixes.
I'rs, EccSHax, Uinseu-. Flaxseed, Ac, iaien
iitr.fr highest market rales. foctlS tf-
ATOTICETO ALLHAVING ASSOCIATED
JLI with me in the Coach Manuiacttirine Business Messrs'
ROBERT CAPl'S, J.VJIESF. PUELPSand ARCHIBALD
STUART, all gnoil Jlechanics and industrious meii, 1
ask" Tor the countinustion of my oM customers, and to-,
by a strict attention, to merit the same.
janl2-6ni. IILV A.STOUT.
UNION COACH FACTORY !
Entrance Ao. 5 Clark Street,
USPER THE FlHJf or
SEil ii. STOUT & CO.
W1? T1vIE ''fiXEU.navingrormed a Union
y for the purpitj uf caryingon the Coach Jianofactin
uig Lu-icets m al ite yarieus bianches-hnving taken tho
oldslnndot Ira A Stout, n Clark Street and exIendfU
through tor-pnng street, we are ready ta compete- with any
Carnage Manufactory m the Statu of TenneV-ee, on any
wort brought from the North or East, and all ne ask of our
fnends 01m the public w, tffgive usa call forany articln In
our line of business; lunug auperior oorkmeu and tb
best ors.ock. Also we beg Ieaie litre to say Ibat we u
no iron but the best TenaLsseo, which U ll best iron io
tue United States for t 'o-h ,.v t. A. '
. , -1, " - i.vaiaaiL worKIDlT
n-cn and wijt ue our utmost exertions to give ratisfacticu
uiijnons oavlnr irotk to teiiair
mayrely 00 setting it when premised,
tap All orders protnptly attended to.
' IRA A. STOUT,
' ROBERT CAP1-S.
'- ,.T,.u' . JAMES F. PHELPS.
. jatil2-Cni n win ARCHIBALD STL'ART.
SURaCAL;ANZ DENTAL INSTRUMENTS.
STRETCIt ;V ORR lia've' fust received perhaps the larrest
atfcJhest.iMortel.lotof Surgical and Dental Instru
ments ever brought lo this city, und as they art: Sfiline
them at a small advance upon Eatern ctL PersouH
titedingaiijtlling iii ihe above line will find it tolhtirt
terest tu gtre.theiu a call. Tliey consist- in part oC the fol
lowing viz: i c
j,. Extra FinoRererse Scarificators;
do do Plain Jo;
niiysitlsiH Picket Caw of Instrurnenbi, (srrinirbaek.)
' Obstetrical do;
. Eye do;
Irory; A Glass Caustic Iltfldeis.
' GuruLdi!cetsj,2A5 bhdes;
Cateract and .Strabismus Instruments;
. Scnlpel; . ,
- NirKwns,' Needle";
livuU Scissors; Spring lancets;
'- I-robangs; Hexii7loMelnlIc Bougits;
- 'Ivory Handle Pltiggox and Scalor?; .
Small Steel DrilU and Burrs; , ,
,d) d.l , , ExcivaUirs; ' '"
Jlolirand Cn'th Files; ' '
' llicurlji and Stump Files;
- ""Ril&vnnd liUjj Ij;
' Seuaratiuffand Comuidmm do;
-' Tcgetlierwilha large anaortmrnt or other articles in fhs
Drug line. , STRETCH A ORR.
holeso.' and Retail Druggists" corner Colle-e and
Union Kta, Nashville. feb'25'54 "
CANAUY ,SEE-0r.e barret Freeh Canary Seed
J just received aud Tortaleby STRETCH A ORR.
'"a'12 Corner College A Union sts.
HOUSE 1'URNlSniNG LIST. The followinif
list f articles, igood quality, whiuhafeall reqnisiis
Incolnglcrllou-ijKceBinir. ift.iT Urlud. drlivmMloi
r part ottli. city; toe thirty dollars, or any part at proper-
1 kitchen table.
1 maikei baskuij.
1 clothes Lr-f
1 b'artelcovr. ' '
1 tlow-r scoop,
1 sngar 'do,
J spice . do, . ,
1 chopping knife A Low!,
G pair kn'irei an'd forlw, 1
t do' carvers,
2 wTu-hing-tnb,' ' . ,
2 desclnth pins,
1 clothes Hue.
I clollies basket, '
1 scrnbbicg brn-h,
1 11 on tobIespoou,
1 sett kitchen fire irou.
3 ie plates, -
5 mullia rinyi, .
1 tine wxh pan ,
1 btak tin colTi-e por,
1 do do tie.,
1 bailer bucket, .
1 funnel, .
1 water bucket, cedar,
I- cocoa dfpf-cr, ' '
1 tin do,
1 basting spoon,,
1 meat for?.
1 do do.
1 cook's kuifr.
Syipunr.edcliamber bucket,-1 scrubbing hrtidi,
1 biscuit cutter.
1 cake cutter.
1, dust pon
i'lotah-e th4iher, '' ' '
1 Tolling pin,'
1 wooden (nn,.-.
1. towel roller,
1 coUm milt,
1 knife box,
1 do - cleaner, " 1
I pastry board, '
1 cake turner;
1 nestspice boxes,
1 match safe.
1 rant measure,
f g. japanned cahdrestiak.".
lteacUitTiillii, 1 -
1 paper grate-srbve polisfi,
-x.Vi SNOW. MACKENZIE A CO-
x. ' lVrt-'t7 tonKeU Nashville.
Me'havralsoa fnllKssortinentof Cooxiug Stoves. Ovens,
Skillets, Fry Pans; Sauce and Stew Pans, and o!l:jr arti
cles suitable for houc-keefers, whieh we warrant lu be of
the best quality, and will be sold on the lowest Hnd most
accoiiiiinJatin ternir. inarl354
' Sl'RINU-STYLES, Ir.Vt. ,
: 77,1X1: BOOTS; UAITKHS AND SHOES, juitrecciyed
,JL? byExprew j
Gents' Extra flhc French Pat Leither Pumps;
itn ' a ii.. ,h. is.,.. si.
do do do
do 1I0 do
do i -'io;
do v do;
solod, -stitched and
do l.i-tiDir I'limn
'tin Freneh Calf I
r 1 n m r.
l't--ed Dress iKVits.
AlU A vanelr of
Lailien', Jtisscs and Children's
- GaitersirBoofsaad Slippers. Just opened br
:, , j i. liuiiiii-nti
42 College L
, ' ; ' C03IPA7Tx'
MAKE Pticocx. Piuxkxs, ENT2Bnusz,and
ajV "l!ir . PLOWS,
iTrX..Jeex. CULTIVATOR inififiuVK r.fth
' AKWACONS, of well seasou.'d-
.... v-aris, carrynus,
This EsUblislpneuf coutemls against Imported wort;
Jias, worked for reputation, and intends to merit the very
VU 0ffice,.Na i0. Lower Maiket street, Nashville.
rnar3 ly .. AW. PUTNAM; Pre?.
. TEXAS OSACE OICANCU .SEED.
TUE undersigned have just receive.! a large supply of
Fresh Osagj .Orange- r'eed, for raakio? Hedge Fences.
l'brsonC desiring to .make Hedge Fencing, would-do welt lo
calf and get a supply of good FreshScod, and lull directions
bow to plant thein. For sale br
- '. STRETCH A ORR,
1 mar3 ' Drozg'st cenwr Union x Colleji t.
' jJa'CC TO FIRST PJCINCH'LESl
.' t ( , . T. HYRONEMUS
TnTiVSjiistopeneil a Tailor Establishment on Dead- 55
lrl eririr-sireet.-iiearlr oiuxwiU tli Union and tra
.'Atuericarifeflicet'where' hi hopes, bir elosa attenb'on IfT
. . -i . - ' 1 . 1 1 .! .r .... 1-. 1
IO DUslcesa, ue will raxiicaauatcw inai lloeTai pultou-
age which b formerly received.
- rST Ciittiii.T and reoairinirdnne in the ht manner tnrt
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