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GROCERIES.
T- J- OlaACH,
Wholesale Grocer,
comassioN, and forwarding merchant
"3 Cottoa and Tobacco Factor.
Corner of College and Church streets, XashviUt.
COFFEE 200 bags Bio; 50 bags Havaua;
.... Jn-sfcaoO do Laguyarn; 60 do Java.
CIQAKS-20,000 Imp. Havana; 13,000 American;
- j in 100.0000 Cuba (i s and ileiee Uiirars;
iCAN
Scot
CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm and Star;
pBw Doxea menne an lauow;
COTTON YARNS A hrtof assorted Nns. Osnuburs, eu-
. penot quality at manufacturers prices;
FRUITS 100 bxa Raisins, assorted sizes; 50 drums Figs;
50 frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans;
FISH 50 barrels and lialf barrels Mackerel;
75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines;
FLOUB 200 bbU Galligo; 175 Cincinnati;
75 do St. Louis (Harrison's;)
GLASS 800 boxes Window, all sizes;
125 do Qt., PL, and K Ft Flaskst
76 do Flint Tumb era an J Goblets;
CO do Squatt and Cap Jars;
90 Demijons, five and three gallons;
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, .
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter-quarts and pints,
10 cass Scotch Ale "
75 barrels Amencau and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Peach "
400 do Whisky, various brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum;
25 do Wine, various kinds;
100 do . Cider Vinegar;
MOLASSES 15Tblsand bbb retailed and S. House;
75 bblsSt Louis and N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
160 do Wheeling, " '
PICKLES 15 case3 choice asserted Pickles;
10 cases Tomatoe Catsup;
SCO AR 100 hhd3 Louisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 25 do lioaf (lovcring's;)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper,
4 10 . do Ginger, Race and grouud;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks line and coasc;
T "185 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table skit;
SOAP 100 boxes bar, 50 do Fancy Soap:
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
" ' 25 boxes Jenny Lind, supcriC tide;
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, tjala:ratii, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted thickets, Ac., ic.
For aale low for cash by T.J. CLACK.
!3y Libera! advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
' 100,01)0 lbs Bacon and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathera, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will paj-liberal prices iu cash or Groceries.
JanlS. T. J. CLACK.
THE SUH.SCRIISEIIS bare now on band a choice
and Will assorted stock of everr article usually kept in
their line of business, which they olicrat uniuually reduced
prices for caih. Among which may be found the following
vix:
Cheese at Cincinnati Price3 wholesale, by retail 10 per lb.
Oysters by the ens 72'.$ cenis.
Sardines by the box '27 "
Candy, for cash only, 10) "
J. (1. A C. ROBERTSON,
fcbl54 liroadway.
GROCERIES, Ac FRESH ARRIVALS.
200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop;
25 sacks Laguyra Coffee; 10 bbls Mackerel, fi
fisUcf '53;
20 do gjodJava do;
t aits do;
60 midsnc-hug.ir;
50 bbls Molasses;
80J do d;
25 do GoUdn Svrup;
20 Co i'r"Sked rfugur;
20 do Po-v..'ird d;
SO do li if d;
20 buxe3 Co.1 Fish;
L'O '
200 '
0 '
0
lu
Smoked Ilerriajs:
Sardines;
gal. qt. jar Pickles;
lrfiuou riynip;
l'enper Sauce;
5 " Sa. Ritters;
2H tii.z Catn-'-Jd Ituckets;
10 tierces fresh Kice;
50 boxes and halt boxes Jl.iu nests " lew;
-'K.'Raisin; 5 casks London Porter;
100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bigs. Alspice;
10 ka?iS S Atinouds; 20 " Pepper;
Scaiks Pe-anXnt; 10 " Hues Ginger.
2 bbls Druzil do;
WithTnuuierous other articles in the grocery line, just
leceived and for a!e low for CASH bv
docll K R. CHEATHAM ACQ.
CTlAJIl'ACNE.
r' r UAKKETS and boxes tine Chainnamie:asurjerior ar-
O Ui ticld of tho best brands. Justivceivedand for sale
byfT- 111 E. H. ClIEATHAil A CO.
ri.NH WINES, HIIANIHES, Ac.
10K.CAK1CS OLD MADEIRA;
jheiTj:
J'orij
10 pipe pure Cognae Brandy, old an J line;
20i casks "
'pjpc-i " Holland Gin;
, 'Jifpuuclieons Irish Matt Whisky;
7lb biixos assorted Cordials;
For sale by decll E S. CHEATHAM A CO.
- - ' RECTIFIED WHISKY,
f "V-ISARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKY; For sale low
)U by (decll j E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
MX It.ULLOAD CONTRACTOItS, RLACK-
JLJaJin us, 4c tootinist
-100 finished Sttvl Pointed Crow Bars;
50 CniwliarMouida,
L)- W.itksiiiitlis' Sledges, osiotted;
'li)kct( assorted Axles;
lfi S!iniw( nnfl sijitln.-
loo.Dnll.-. Just recived and lor sale low by
janl3 " McCREA A TERRAS3.
Ul)QUVCKaA FHKD. IEKiUSS.
aicCREA As TERItASS,
Wholesale: Grocers, Commission Jlcrchants,
ANODCALbliS IX
."Liquor,.Iroa, CastinSe, Wiiil9, Flour and Salt,
No. 35 Broad St., Nashville, Tenn.
tt M SUNDRIES.
100 hhds.prime N.O.Sugar, 20 bags spice.
150 bbls. M-ilasse,
200 V " do.,
25 kzgs golden syrup,
850 bags Baltimore Coffee,
75 " iinvnr.na do.,
127 " Laguyra do,
60 fckets old Java do.,
150 ibls. loaf and powdered
Sugar,
5 tieices Rice,
60 boxei Ijiughorn & Arm
stead's Tobacco,
100 boxes other brands,
10,(100 lbs. bar lead,
400 bags shot, assorted,
SOO.oOO G. D. per'sion caps,
300 kegs powder,
60 boxes starch,
800 demijohns,
800 bags tine salt,
1000 bb!s." Kan. do.,
800 boxes W. R. cheeee,
150 " E.D. do
75 doz. plough lines and bed
cords.
4 bbls. putty,
5 " alum,
5 " brimstone,
40 casks soda, 1
loti keg white lead,
30i) boxes pint and quart
11 asks,
100,000 Havana segara,
50,000 melee and Cuba six
segars,
100 gioss matches,
125 boxes and boxes star
candle?,
175 boxes tallow candles,
75 " bar soap,
loo cases gunpowder and
impenal tea,
G bbls. Epsom salts,
75 boxes S oy 10, 10 by 12,
and 12 by 13 glass.
100 boxes and bxi raisins,
30 " lemons,
2 cases indigo,
1 cask madder,
25 bags pepper,
150 buckets.
The above will be sold very low at 3 Broad St.. by
McCUEA ATERRAS3.
To Railroad and Turnpike Contractors.
r- no.. n".pk.
11! dozen shovels.
t) 10 ' m ittocks,
10 " stiades,
5 ' sledge hammers.
Id store and for sale low by
40 drill?,
75 steel iiointod erow bars,
5o crow bars, unfinished;
McCRfcA A TERRASS.
LIQUORS.
tK PIPES fine brandies, 2u0 bbls. Pike's magnolia
J I " Holland gin.
whisky.
1 puncheon IrUh whisky, S00
40 bbls. port wine, some" very 75
Tenn. ree'd do.,
Bowers' do.,
die.
5 ' magnolia rye do ,
25 " old llnurbon do.,
40 " American brundy,
65 " N. II rum,
50 " copper I), whisky.
25 " New York gin,
2V p:pes cherry brandy;
5 bbls. sherry wine,
5 " Madeira do.
40 " sweet Malaga,
15 boxes Muscat wine,
25 " claret do.,
20 " brandy cherries.
40 baskets champaign wine,
ihe above win be sold ery
low and on liberal time, at 35 Broad St., by
McCREA ATERRASS.
IRON. NAILS, CASTINGS and HEAVY HARDY ABE.
"iOOTONS roiled and ham- km setts axles, assorted,
lnervd iron, .1 cisVs trace clum-i,
1000 kegs naiN ais'd, .1 " hoc, assorted.
40 tonsca.-.tiiig'i, 5 doz. slejjjc hammers,
2500 lbs. cast and shear stecl.l 000 lbs. E. U.steel,
6000 lbs. American B. do 1000 do..
20 bundles spring do
400 ploughs No. I, 2, 3, i.
40 lHe Collins' nxea,
In store and for sale by
10,000 lb3 plough wings,
1 cisK cutTr combs,
20 doz. frying pans.
.Mct'KLiA A 1 tltllAISS.
APPLES. 100 bbls. Pippin apples.
POTATOES. 100 bbls. L. jxitatoei.
CLOVER SEED. 100 bbls. clover f-ced. for sale by
b McCREA A TEREASS,
I71:ESH SMYRNA FIGS. inn diums tine Smyrna
7 Figs, received this day. JOHN NIXON, Jit
iuarl5 '54
11
AlNI.VS. 24 boxes Raisins, in laucv boxes, receiv
ed this day JOHN NIXON, Jr.
LEMONS. In boxes fresh Sicilv Lemons, just receir.
ed. inarlC JUilN MXON, Jr.
IRINCIPE C1GAKS, 15,03d Principe Cigars
received this day;
niar3'54 JOHN NIXON, jr.
ED1A REGALIA CIGAItS. 20,000 tine small
Kegalia s. received this day.
mar4 54 JOHN NIXON, jr.
"13 INE APPLE CHEESE. 10 boxes Fine Apple
X Clin?.-, received ibis day.
mar3 JOHN NIXON, Jk.
s. AI..UO.MIS.
13 thisdav.
mar8
-12 bbls S. S. Almonds, received
JOHN NIXON, Jr.
iKDIMis -A supply of Sardim-H, just received.
'ar3 JOIIV NIYOV .In
riuv SSL "-VIKY CMIKKSE.-"ldT-hoxE7.:
ed' tlUlf7b'. expressly for ,llc rclail trade,just
r8'""- !!?-s JOHN NIXON, JiL
JH. CURREY, CAIHN'FT w
. KER AND FUNERAL I NDiVuVaK Ku"
occ ieao to iDionu ins mends and tl.o nnui.
gThe has Ukenpne of those. arged'Zinodio: 'o
Rooms in Cooper s new buildings, on the cimer
and Deadenck streets, where he will keep ronHtanilr
band a full auortmeutrit Furniture ot alf kinds
iMrniture of every dftcnptlon made to order of 'the best
materials, end warranted to stand.
Repairing done with dispatch and in the lest style.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order.
J3f- Coffin of every description, loth of noodaud
metalic, and everything uecessaiy for funerals furnished at
the shortest notice.
All orders left at this store will be promptly at
tended to, both day and night.
JSJT Orders by Telegraph, Steamboats. Railroads, or
from the jurrousding country will receive strict attention.
jaa3
SUNDRIES.
SOOTHE R N
Commercial College,
AND
INSTITUTE.
WRITING
TVY. first term of this College will com
mence on MONDAY. Feb. 18. j .,e
large and spacious room in Ckwpers bloc.
on t;iierry street, uve ooura m . h .
nSfeSSSS
onuTwreceive a diploma until 1 be U .thoroughly
i i It . -ir-Iionre the dullts in iua ucvuuuiiuii.
qU; : !d fbtn.ctedin all the modem improved
rtndfrM nt, u tf II.. f ' .-. c . 1 ..-,..1.
err ana nw - . . .. .
and Journal superfluous, and enables the book-keeper to
post his personal accounts dailr, and his merchandise and
Jasli as often as may suit his convenience.
This latter form is more particularly designed for the use
of'ctail establishments.
They will be taught a simple process by which the mer
chant may at all times ascertain the amount of his loss or
giin, together with the quantity of goods on hand, without
resorting to ine tedious process ot taking an inventory.
TnU institution will be permanent, and has been estab
lished to meet the already important and growing com
mercial interests of the city of Nashville and State of Ten
nessee, and it is designed to place it upon a basis inferior
to none in this country.
The importance, to'everv business man. of a knowledge
of accounts, must be sufficiently obvious to all reflecting
minds.
In the man of wealth, it is important to enable him to
mgnntra hi nflkirs scientifically, and without pecuniary loss
and the Lawyer is often called uponk in the discharge of
Ills JirUII51UUIU UUUCa, uiiiaici iuc wua. iulumic
counts, but to the young man who depends upon bis own
resources for a livelihood, it is invaluable. It gives bim a
position which nothing else can.
lie holds the post ot confidential clerk in his employers,
service.
In connection with this establishment is a department for
tho benefit of those who wish to take lessons in writing on
ly, where an elegant band writing will be imparted to all
who place themselves under the care of the preceptor.
Pupils entering this institution are not limited to any
number of lessons, but for a specified mice mar continue
any branch they pursue until they are perfected, retaining
the privilege of reviewing their lessons at any subsequent
period, iree 01 cuarge.
febll ly
TT'OR SALE. I will offer for sale, at Public Auction,
JU on SATURDAY, the 8th of April next at the Court
House, Ilouscr's Brewerf and brewing fixtures, mill, Ac'
Tbocround fronts on Jefferson street lbO feet. The honse
is large and spacious, and one of the best arranged build'
mint in th citv or vicinity for a manufacturing establish
mKt. It also has attached a large and well arranged fa-
mi! v residence, all of which will be sold for one half cash,
hilrmre in one and two years credit note made payable in
bank, and a lien retained on it will be sold at private sale
it application ue niaae to me.
P.. A BALLOWE, Gen'l Ag'L
mar24 No. 17 Deaderick St.
TON AQUA SPRINGS FOR RENT. These
Xj Sunnirs will be rentnd for the present year, or leased
for a term of years. There are exteusive accommodations
for visitors, and every thing necessary to make them a
popular place of resort for health or pleasure. They are
situated in Hickman County, Tennessee, and for the last
several years have becc much frequented by the citizens
of Diridton, Williamson, Maury and other neighboring
counties. Any one wisning to rent or lease will aauress
M 113. ELIZABETH A. WEEMS,
Bon Aqua P. O., Hickman County, Tcnn., or
S. I j. FlNLEY.
fit College street, opposite Planters Bank, Nashville.
m..1IJ l if
lUHIld It X I.
TvAUUERUEOTYPE MINIATURES. THE
I t undersigned would respectfully announce to the
cfUzeusot asnviiie ana ine puDiic generally tiiat
he has taken the rooms over Myers A McG ill's new
Store. S. W. corner of the Sauare. for the Durooseof
taking Daguerrotype Miniatures. He respectfully asks
for a share of public patronage, and hopes by close atten
tion to business to please all. He may be found at his
nx.tni at all hours iu the day. J57 Entrance on College
street, 1st door trom ine square.
marlO-Gw. M. F. KAYSER. Artist
OTRETC1T & OKR, DRUGGISTS, CORN
O KR College and Union sts.. have just roceived asuppl;
of I.andrclh Garden Seeds, coasisting in part Of the follow-
mg, vie
Landreth Extra Early Peas,Early Sugar Corn,
Large Marrowfat do, do Cenada do,
Long Blood Beet, Cucumbers,
Karlv do do. Ee-cr Plant.
GO tors v;auoage, jiuuDiaaiiiruiu iiaier aim
. - . - I ..11 . I ...V. 1 " L Tl- 1 1 I -1
Susrar Ixiaf. do.
Ions,
Large Drum head do. do Sweet
Flat Dutch do, Ball Pepper;
Landreth Silver Skin OnionTomato Pepper,
Sets; Radish, Ac, Ac
marl
do
do
pUCKWHEAT SEED A good supply just re
XJ ceived and tor sate by Hi Khauu A OKK,
marl7 Corner College and Union sts,
TpLOWER JAIU A supply Flower Jars received
1 and tor sale by oi km uii s. uiui,
niarl2 Corner College A Union sU
PAINTS, Arc Just received a good supply of Pure
White Lead, Spirits Tuipentine A Linseed Oil, for sale
low in quautilies to suit purchasers, by
marliS .STRETCH A OltR.
B
KANDIES AN1 M INES.
16 casks superior Brandy, (warranted pure,)
5 quart casks- old Port Wine;
"Madeira do
2 half pipes very fine Brandy.
mchlO '54
For sale bv
K. Y. BELL,
D
OJIESTIC LIQUORS.
'Jj bbls Aew tork ir.ndr;
10 " " Gin. lor sale bv
tnchlO '54
R. F. BELL,
No.!
College st, opposite Sewanee House.
CutiAK 000 hhds Louisiana Sugar all grades, in
Q Store and for sale by W. U. GORDON A CO.
M
OLASSES 2u0 barrels Craighead's Molasses, for
sale by mar22 W. 1L GORDON A CO.
N
AILS
-50U kegs Sboenberger's Nails all sizes,for sale
by
marri w. it. uuituu.-n
QAC1C SALT 140U bags line Sack Salt, for sale to ar
rive per iroquotsby w. 11. uuiiuur st w,
tiiar2 54
B
AR SOAI 100 boxes Prescott A Co., Rosin Soap,
e . -1 - i , . i n' if mi n,n' i- f i
OTAR CANDLES 125 packages Werk A Co, Star
sj) Uaudles, lanliolcs, nalvesand quarters, trrsate by
mar-'2 W. U. GORDON A CO.
"iLOVER SEED 15 barrels Ptnnsylvania Clover
J Seed, Tor sale to arrive per Amcncus by
mar22 W. H.GORDON A CO,
13 lO COFFEE GO bags Rio Coffee for sale to arrive
r it i i m ii niirtw t. m
.1. per l. iiowaru, uy n . xx. uvnuu.i vv
mar22 '54.
AT AILS 10KO KEGS SHOENBERGER'S
CELEBRATED NAILS! all sixes. For sale by
janr, W. II. GORDON k. CO.
t IiASSU'ARE. 200 BOXES ASSORTED
X Tumblers, Jars, Lanthems, Ac For hale by
un5 W. H. GORDON A CO,
rpdBACCO. 200 BOXES BARTLE1T JONES'
I Lxtra lrginia Tobacco;
100 boxes Ferguson s Lxtra Virginia lobacco;
100
100
Stubbletield's
do;
Goodwin's
do;
do;
100
Boaz
With various other brands, tor sale by
jau5 W. H. GORDON A CO
T AIM) ANU LINSEED OILS lO BBLS.
JLi Winter Lird Oil prime quality. 12 barrels Linseed
Oil. Received and for eale by
dec30. EWIN BROTHERS.
F
IVE BBLS. BESTFURNITURE VARNISH.
55 boxes Firs Crackers.
100 pro3s Patridge's Matches.
1 cask best Dutch Madder, received and for sale low.
dec!5 EWIN BROTHERS.
nnlNCT. VERATRIA VEVID1.-SIX DOZ.
! Norword's TincU Veratria evidi, on sale.
decl5 EWIN BROTHERS.
TTiEPPER AND SPICE. 1300 LBS. BLACK
l PEPPE; 650 lbs. Spice. Received this day and for
sale by janl EWIN BROTHERS,
LANDHETII'S GARDEN SEEDS.
O EVEN THOUSAND Paiwrs new Crop Garden Seed,
O iust received and warranted fresh, 4c., 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.
C11IE.llll.'ALS.--A large Uk, uud from the best
1 manufaciures, some exceedingly rare, never before
brought to this market. Attention of Physicians to this
part of my stock is respectfully solicited.
febll-'54- J. O. BROWN,
C1IGAIIS. 10 CASKS LA NAPOLF.ON HE.
; GALIA CIGARS;
10 cases La Waternal Regalia Cigars;
10 " WandcringJew " do;
5 " I.asTres Marias do;
5 ' 1-aEstclla " do;
With various other brands, for sale by the case only,
jan5 W. H. GORDON' A CO.
W It A I' PI N G PA PER. IOO BUNDLES
East Tennessee "Wrapping Paper, for sale by
jan5 W. H. GORDON A CO.
IRE PROOF SAFES. WE HAVE ON
hand a ireueral Assortment of Rich A Co. s celebrated
Fire Proof Safes, acknowledged by all wherever they have
been tested, to betheliest article of the kind manufactmed
in this or any other country. We sell at Manufacturers'
prices, freight added. W. H. GORDON A CO
jan5 -
1U!i'l' On educsdaj aliernoou beiween t'rice's Sta-
bles on Dcadcrck street, and the State Quary near
the Chnrloite Turnpike or at the quarry a yellow Port mon
ie, having my name on both sides, containing between
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY AND SEVENTY DOL
LARS. One ?100 bill of Bank of Tennessee, payable at
Sparta, and I think 3 $20 bills of same Bank, and probably
u $ and $1 bill.
A liberal reward wil be paid for the return of the money
at this office, or to DUNCAN R. CLAIBORNE.
mar23
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY
1UL LOTTERY!
(Br Ai.Tnor.iTV or thk Stati or Ala.,
3Ca Conducted on the Havana plan.
JW TO BE DRAWN 10th MAY, 1854.
Capitau
$7500
50C0
8000
1500
In all, 233 prizes, amoun'tiiiir to."
$30,000
ticket 00 Halves and Quarters innronortion.
an communications strictly confidential;
SAM UEI, SWAN, Agent and Manager.
mart! lm
aign 01 ine tiro ore 1.10ns,
Montgomery, A!a.
mi
IHISH LINENS.
WE wonlj now oil the jtteniioii of our cu.li.uiers and
the public generally to our Mock of Irish Linens
mads exprty lor our sales. A fine fn.nting Li 'en for 50
cis per yard, ucll as is usually sold for do cts peryard; a!-
a very handsome Liuen for 35 cts. peryaid, extra hea-.
vr. Our stock, comprises 500 pieces aflqualitiesi , Webavc
auo an excellent stock of Linen Sbfctingi; all qualities.
. . u v ) till (Uil kLICO,
dedicated do die ,
Turkish do do; " ' "'
Russia do do;
Dam.vk do do; . " ,
Bird Eve DiaDer. In this aiticla we can furnish bur cus
tomers with any quality thev mav wish.
Linen Damask, for Table Covers a few verv fine Linen
Damask ClothsC A few very fine Linen Damask Napkins;.
Linens for Floor cloths; also Teaaud.Br6'ikfd?t.Table Cov
ers, colored.
HOSIERY.
We have now on band an excellent assortment of real
English Hosiery :
Jjidies White, all qualities;
do Rarr do, clocked;
do Black do;
do Mixed do;
do Slate do;
Real Thread Hose Black arid White; ,
Gentlemen's Brown. White. Blue. Mixed and Fancv Half
Hose.
Alio Some Silk Half Hose, plain asd fancy:
Misses' and Children's Hose, all colors and qualities.
Boys Half Hose, White, Brown and Blue.
Marseilles Quilts;
Lace lied Spt cads;
do Table do.
ma!7 THOMPSON CO.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINES, &c.
DAVIS a SVVANN,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, Wines,
Liquors, Ac,, &c.
NO. 73, EAST-SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
HAVE IN STORE by recent arrivals, and which they
offer for sale for cash, at the lowest prices, to wit:
875 hhds Sugar, of every grade from very fine to all
qualities below;
650 bags Rio Coffee;
2d0 barrels Plantation Molasses;
850 half bbls' do Molasses;
66 bbls Crushed and Povdered Sugar;
50 do Loaf Sugar, No. 1 to No. C.
850 boxes Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco;
With almost every other article in the Grocery and Li
quor lino to meet the demands ot country and city buyers,
which they ore determined to sell as low as any house" in
Middle Tennessee. They have also to arrive, 20,000
Sacks fine Salt, which will be sold in lots on the Wharf to
suit purchasers, at a small trifle advanced on cost
Country Merchants and others visiting.thls city to buy
Goods in our line, would do well to give us a, call before
buying elsewhere,
DAVIS & SWANN,
eb26 B No. 73, Public Square.
GRAND EXHIBITION,
FOR 1854, OF
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
LATEST IMPORTATIONS.
AMERICAN. ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SWISS,
BELGIAN, fic. GOODS DAILY ARETVTSG!
THE undersigned having remained a considerable time
in the Eastern cities, and used uncommon exertions
this Spring in the selectisn of Goods, can confidently say
thai the stock he now offers to his customers will far excel
any that be has ever had the pleasure of exhibiting and
also can say, witn confidence, that styles, designs and pri
ces will favorably compare with any in the maiket.
Respectfully soliciting a call from his friends and cus
tomers, especially the ladies. JOHN K. HUME,
Fashionable Emporium, No. 37, College st.
maris
1854. FANCY DEPARTMENT.
EUBROIOEK3,
1851.
DEESS GOODS &c
Emb'd Val Lace Collars;
Jaconet Bands;
Sniss . "
" Flouncirgs;
Ijices and Edges;
Emb'd Mus. Robes;
Aplique;
Mourning "Embrodcries;
" Chcmiz'ts A Slteve's,
" Habits with
" Linen Collars;
Malise plaitt Chemizets,
Collars and Sleeves;
Emb'd Handkerchief:
Undersleeves;
crapes, ac
ALSO
Rich Plaid Glacei Silk; Chiller de Beze;
unecxs
Beautiful Silk Robes;
" Plaid Bateste;
Col'd Ponet de Soie,
Flounced Robes;
Barege "
Paris Organdy;
Printed i.inen Cambrics.
ALSO
Black and colored Embroidered Mautels;
;: Apilique "
" " " Chantelly "
ALSO
Rich and beautiful Ribbons, Ac,
ALSO
Gold Embroidered Grenadine on exhibition at
JOHN K. HUME'S
marl 2. Fashionable Emporium, No. 57, College-st,
T ENJ. F. WILLIAMS' COMPOUND E'-
1J TRACT Or SAKSPARILLA AND lUUlDr. Ur I'O
TASSA. In presiuttiiff to the noiice and acceptance of I'uS
Medical Profesion and of the Public general!) the above
preparation, the subscriber does not seek the benefit of a
Patent right to enhance tbe valueof o!artlc1e;nor doe he
wish to conceal from any, the knowledge of Its ingredients,
in order locum nntiiicconnaenceandiavor. lie uoaiu sini
ply date, tbal as an Apothecary, he has been for years In
the habit of preparng, under tho directions of gentlemen of
eminence iu the medical profession, both in Kentucky and
Tenoessee, the above Compound. Familiar with tho best
ineiuode of displacement, and with tho advantages or a large
and powerful apparatus, he has sought to combine together
the tried and known virtues of various articles of the Mate,
ria Medlcain sach proportion, and in such cheap and dura
ble form, as to furnish a remedy of certain and wonderful
efficacy, attested by long experience, not for every disease
tiiat flesa is heir to, but lor a large class, a numerous pro
geny that owe their origin and parentage to a strumous I)ia
IbeiisorScrofulonstaint.iii the Constitution and lu tbe blood,
such as White SwellingChronic Ulcers of Ion; stamliLg,
Obstinate Tetter, King Worms, Sore Eyes, Scald Head, Sy
philitic Disorders and olber diseases ol the st In ami blood
that retlsllbe usual treatment. He can substantiate by the
very best of evidence here In ourCity its efficacy in Ner
vous and General debl Uy, Indigestion or Dispepda, Inca
rnation of the Kidneys, ltheuinalisni, &c, die. Itis confi
dently recommende'dtn Diseases PeculUrto Females, such
as l.eucorrh.e or Whites, Suppressed Menstruation, Chloro
sis or Greensickness, without enumerating farther, he Is
content to state and from the result already before him, he
makes the declaration with emphasis and in all truth, that
he believes be is offering to the world a reliable aud certain
remedy for that formidable evil of Kings and King of evil,
tbe Scrofula, In all lis protean shapes, whether confined a
lone and manifested In the separate tissues of the body, or
whether it pervades the entire system.
Tbe above medicino can be obtained at the Drug Stores of
W. F. GRAY, KWIN BKOTUKKS,
STKETCI1 & FI. K.MING, II. fi. SCOVEL,
J. G.UROW.V, BERRY at UEMOV1L,
G. W. HENDKRSHOTT.
Or at the Depot, No. 23, Broadway, N'astnllle, Tenn.,
inar22 Jmd&w B. F. WILLIAMS.
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE,
THIS Institution was founded by tlie State of North Car
lina in 1785 as Davidson Academy. It became Cum
berland College in liOC, and University of Nashville in
1826.
The Literary Department
Will be re-opened under a new Organization, aud with
new Buildings, on the first Wednesday of October next.
REV. EDWARD WADSWORTH, DIX Prof of Ethics and
Belles Lettres, and Chairman of the Faculty. .
REV J W McCULLOUGU, DD, Prof of Ancient Lan
guages. JAMES L MEIGS, A M, Prof of Mathematics and Natural
Philosonhv.
REV J B Ll'NDSLEY, M D, Pror of Chemistry and tbe
Natural Sciences.
E P ZEVALLOS,I'rof of Modern Languages.
Tuition $75 perannum Matriculation tee $5.
The Law Department.
Will also be opened on the first Monday of October next.
FRANCIS B FOGG, Esq, 1
WILLIAM F COOPER, Esq.. r Professors.
.Esq. )
Fees for Lectures tlOOper annum.
The .Medical Department,
Closed its first Session with 121 Students aud 33 Graduate';
its second with 152 Students and 36 Graduates, and its
third with 2'0 Students and 71 Graduates.
The Fourth Annual Course of Lectures will commence
on Monday the 30th of October next, aud continue till the
first of tbe ensuing March.
ROBERT M. PORTER, M D, Prof, of General and Spe
cial Anatomy.
J. BERRIEN LINDSLEY. M D. Chemistry and Pharm-
acy and Dean of tho Faculty.
O.K. WINSTON. M D. Materia Medica and Medical
Jurisprudence.
A. II. BUCHANAN, M D, Surgical and Pathological
Anatomy.
THOMAS R. JENNINGS, M. D.. Institutes of Medicine
and Clinical Medicine.
W. K. BOWLING, M. D., Theory and Practice of Medi
cine.
JOHN M. WATSON. M.D.. Obstetrics and the Diseases
of Women and Children.
PAUL F. EVE, JL D., Principles and Practice of Surgery.
WM. T. BRIGGS, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy,
The Anatomical rooms will be opened for studeuts, on
the first Monday of October.
A full PfiELiuixARr course of Lectures, free to all Stu
dents, will be given by the Professors, commencing on the
first Monday 01 October.
A uimque has been established, in connection wan tne
University: at w hich onerations are nerformed and cases
prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the Class.
Amount ol Fees for lectures in this Department is 105.
Matriculating Fee, (paid once only,) $5; Practical Ana
tomy, f 10; Graduating Fee f25.
uooa iioaru can be obtained lor $3 00 per week.
The Annual Announcement rnvinir a full necount of tho
several Departments of the University may be bad by ap
plying to A. V. S. LINDSLEY,
inaria T14 iumweowoctl Sec'y Board Trustees.
STATE OF TENNESSEE:
DAVIDSON COUNTY COURT,
MARCH TERM, 1854.
Samuel Pinkerton.et al, 1
rs. Order of publication.
AllenFickard.Awifeet al. )
N this cause it appearing to tne satisfaction onhe Court
that Car Stark, and his wife nna Stark, formerly
Anna Pinkerton two of the defendants, are nou residents
of this State, and that the usual process of the Court can
not be ferved upon tuem. 11 was ordered tnai publication
be made in some newspaper published in Nashville, for
thirty days, requiring said defendants to come forward at
the May term of the Court; to be holden at the Court
house in the town of Nashville, on the first Monday in Jlay
next, and plead, answer or demur to tbe bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to them and set for bearing
ex parte.
The contents of the bill being an application for the sale
of land belonging to the estate cf David Pinkerton, de
ceased, for distribution.
marl8'54 F. R. CHEATIIAN.'C A" M.
BARGAINS 1 RKAL KSTATE.
FOR SALE A beatifol lot, fronting 60 feet on Spi
street between Church and Broad. A Iso, a l e it ir
ruce
rame
cottage on Broad street, west N ash ville. Apply at No.
Crry street.
J. L.
A K. W. BROWN.
apI4.
Real Estate Agents.
; 1 i "SmnMMMMMt
CARDS.
Vvs V
8' A. SLWTElt, li. ' WALLACE, B. B0WAKD.
SAWTER. WALLACE & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
E. HOWARD,
sepilG New Orleans.
BENItr UACr, JR. . If. HOILISCSWOBTH.
HART & HOLLINGSWORTII
VTholcEalo Grocars, Commission, Receiving and For
warding' Aiercnaats,
No'. 49' Arort7 side Public Square,
oct4 NAsnviLLE, -Tens.
HEX J. P. SHIELDS & CO.,
C0MMISSI0K MEECHAMTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS,
NEW ORLEANS.
TT.rmw mnirinnntlir InpfliMl in this City, solicit consign
ments of Cotton Tobacco, is.
Receiving and Forwarding wim me niungoi vruera
dnmptly attended to. octl4 6m.
E. X. HORNK, S.S. WILUAUS, ISO. A. ITS III O.
JOHNSON, HORNE &. CO.,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL GROCERS.
Commission and Forwarding Herchants, and Stbrers of
Cotton and Tobacco.
'tier cfMurtet and Uroad ti., Nash telle. Tenn.
july 3. 185S.
PICKETT. MAC5IURD0 & CO..
BANKERS and C03IIUISSION MERCHANTS
iVEW OJtLLAXS.
Wil. S. PICKETT late of the ilrm ofPICKETT, PER
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hay-
mg associated themselves in business, will conduct a
l!aiikiii and General Commission Business,
in this City, under firm of Pickett, MaCuckdo A Co.
Particular attention paid to tbe sale of Cotton, and to the
shipment of Supplies aud Merchandise generally.
uue yzi
O. HACGRKOOB, X. E. ALLOWAT, 3. BAXIHEAT.
HACGREG0R, AiLOWAY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
55 Sr. Charles Street, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
New Orleans.
N. E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
ments to us. fsepl6
L. H. SIMPSON & SONS,
IllPOaTKRS OP
Wines, JJrnndics. Cigars, Cltnmpaignes, &c,
NO. 19, BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK.
And Rvx la BASTing. Roroeaux. marl6 ly.
R. F. BELL.
Wholesale and Retail Grocery Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and
Commission Merchant,
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
Ieb2
It. II. ERASER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NO. 13 CARONDELET STREET,
New Orleans.
REFER TO:
Gov.A.V. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; CoLT. IL McNeill
Coahoma county, Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark;,
S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co., Pulaski,
Tenn.; Jos. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala.
oct ly.
NEW CAHEIAOE WAEE EOOH,
Nos. 31, 30 and 8, Dcndorick Street.
TESSRS. CRAM A SHEPERD would resnectfullv in
Ail form their friends and tho publictthat they have now
completed their new AVare Room, and are now in receipt
of a splendid assortment of Carriage materials which we
are prepared to manufacture into Carriages of every de
scription. We intend to keen an assortment ofCarnares
and Harness on hand which we will dispose of on as reas
onable terms as any house in the city.
Repairing in all its branches at low rates with prompt
ness. All worK done uy us will De warranted as good as
tbe best.
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended us, we re
spectfully solicit a ccmiuuahon 01 tbe same,
feb 3 '!A l y
TAYLOR'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
unn ,Tir ,w m t . . . r 1
juiuAiitvaii iior. ox xfaiiiuui oireei, new lur.
IS completed and opened for travellers who desire agree
able and attractive accommodations. It is conducted
upon the principle of the best European Hotels, the meals
being served in the several apartments, or at the tables in
the saloon, at the option oi rniests. The Hotel and Furni
ture cox bine elegance with comfort, and is designed as well
for the convenient reception of travellers by the late trains.
JUHN TA1LUK,
jan2(i' 51 3m Proprietor.
1200
Cases Boots, Shoes, &,c.
R. S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 36, Comer of College and Union streets,
NASHVILLE, TEN&
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1,200 CASES JSOOIS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
WUXKS.dc. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods
.1 1 er . . j .i r j i i. r
tuey nave everoueretr in tius luarei, aua wiucu mrquamy,
vrwCi and xanel'j win equal auy suy.K in tne (Jitv.
Merchants fcx.d all others making their purChcs in
Nashville, will find it to iheirI.VTF.KEST to give our Stock
an examination before buying.
R. S. H0LL1NS A CO.
733 feathers, limseng, lieeswax and v 001 received in
exchange for Goods at the'highest market price,
augl 7-53 tl .
R. L. CltKXSlIAW. A. C FARIS
SOMETHING NEW.
w1
E having completed our Shop, and put np all our
machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carpenters'
work on tbe shortest notice. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
JlUULDLNUSot all sizes, BAMSTKUS, WINDOW and
DOOR FRAMES of all sizes, completed; BOAKS orall
kinds on hand at all times; CIRCULAR WORK of any
Kind done,
d done. LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed to any
, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches square.
size,
Persons wanting any thing in our line, nou.ii do well to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we are deter
mined to do an 01 our worn well, and give perleci satisiac
tiou, 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 and Chattanoosa Railroad, where we
will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that
,r,l.,rl- n.'V!l, lb VtllK
jan26 ly.
NASHVILLE STEAM STONE WORKS,
SAMUEL HAS LAM, PROPRIETOR,
Walmt Grove, Jefferson St., Nashville, Tenjj.
THE subscriber takes this method of returning bis most
sincere thanks to his friends, and the public generally
fur tl patronage be has already received, and would say
to them that he is now able to furnish all kinds of cut stone,
icnciug, capping, sins, steps, &c, iXC.
FliiSging. Pawed, bush hammered and self faced.
Prices Sawed, three inches thick f'J per square yard.
Bush hammerllve " ' 2 " " i
Self-faced, two " " 1 " "
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
fdccS ly
Como ono Come all ! This Rock shall fly
From its firm baso aa soon as I !!!
FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-4.
r pUE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of
JL .asliville and surrounding country that he has now on
hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock of Gents
r.irniiu..vui.r, ivr.Aui .u.Yl-ir,
CLUTHING, for Fall
and inter wear.
Among which May be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth
Cloaks, Spanish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do,
Black, Blue, Brown and Olive Over Coats, Sack, PaletoLx,
Box, Frock und Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles
and colors too numerous to mention.
Pants and Vests ol ever style and color, to suit the most
tastiduotis.
Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING. Fine Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers Suspen
ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
anses, carpel uags, ,vc, Jtc.
Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call
and examine my stock before purchasinirelsewhere - .
septic L. POWERS,
No 54. Market St. opposite Union StrL
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by auy man or com
onianon oi men. Li. f
J. J. C. CONROY',
NO. 52 FOXTON STREET, NEW YORK,
WOULD call tbe attention oi dealers to their large
assottment of Fishing Tackle, ot tho best qualities
and most desirable varieties, viz : Salmon, Lake and Trout
Flias; Floats, Lines, Nets, Riels and Rods of all kinds and
varieties, Ac. Ac.
A large stock of first quality of Conroy's celebrated
LIMERICK HOOKS.
A ceneral assortment of Fishine Rods cf their owa manu
facture; Fike and Drag Nets in every variety, Ac; all of the
best Kind and at tne lowest prices. A liberal discount to
the trade. Jan2l.-54. 3m.
MACKJiUEL 20 BARRELS JiACKEREL;
30 half bbls Mackerel; 30 kits do;
j ust received anu lor sale low oy
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO..
nov22 Broadway.
dies just received and for sale low, to close, by
nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE & CO.
QUGAR--20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR;
KJ -v ddis ixoi Bugar; iu ddis rowuer u
do;
Just received and for sale by
nov22
Johnson, horne a co.
T) AR LEAD 5 KEGS BAR LEAD;
JU J
Just received by
nov22
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT 300 BARRELS
Louisville Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for
sale by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
QALT--200 BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT;
U lu uags f ine salt; jusi received uy
nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
A LE: ALE! !-50 BARRELS 'TRACE Y At
Zjl Wilkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re
ceived and lorsaic low to close, oy
nov27 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
SCALES ! SCALES I I AVE ARE CON
STANTLY supplied with Blundell's unequalled Wheel
and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,000 lbs., which will be
soiu exceedingly low.
We. can also supply Railroad Track and Depot Scales,
iruoi taree to Lily tons, on tne most reasonable terms.
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.,
nov26 Broadway.
TTRESH GROCERIES DIRECT FROM NEW
J? Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh llicc; Prime Ri, Coffee;
Laguyra Coffee; t-pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. Ac For
saiu kiw lur uaan Dy JLUliMaua, llUlit. &
novl5 b
LANGIIOKN Ac AIUIISTEAD. 100 PAClS
ages of I-ianghorn A Armistead'a superior Chewing To
bacco, just received and for sale by
oct2ti J OIINRON, nORNE k CO.
A SPARAGUs itOOTS. l,oou on lumd
and tor
sale oy
feb24'54
.1.0. BROWN.
ALSO. Received this week a large lot of TniLks
Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at
jau4 LANDE A ELSBACHB.
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
United States Mail Line
Through in 48 to 0 Hours.
NEW TORN AND CHARLESFON SEMI-
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE
LEAVES Adeer'a Wharves, everr Satm-dW
Sand Wednesday, after the arrival of the cars
bfrom the South and West.
On Saturday, the new and snlendid steamer .Tn. A it.
ger, 1,500 tons, J. Dickinson, Commander Marion, L
200 tons, W. Foster, Commander.
On Wednesday the Union, 1,500 tons, "Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner. 1.000 tons. Thos. Ewas. Com
mander.
These steamers are unrivalled on tbe coast for safety.
speed and comfort- Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables smralied with everr luxury, will insure
Travellers by this line every possible comfort and accom
modation.. For frcicbt or Dassace. havin? decant Stata Room Ac
commodations, apply at the office of the Agent,
sepuo ly AiliNKl uaBituuji,
Corner East Bay and Adgers Son. Wharves.
Cabin passage $25. Steerage $ 3-
FALL ARRANGEMENTS.
FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
VILLE. Tx anarrKneementbetweentheSonth Carolina.
D Georgia, 'Western andAtlanticand Nashville
and uiattanooga railroads, goods will be brought
through to Nashville at the following rates :
FIRST CLASS.
Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
tS-
BEOO.VD CLASS.
Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drngs. Con-
1 " i-wUv,w,u,io iuiucuuoc, ixicasji,
Ac, per 100 lbs. f 2 10
THIRD CLASS.
All articles not coming under spocific rates, as enumer-
ieu m me mrju oi me roads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
at the Freight Agent's Office) per 100 lbs 1 25
Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must
be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent of
Nashville and Chattanooca Tiailm.nl pn t rhitniwrs
and Agent of South Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston.
xcnuusBuiiipmgirom eastern cities can snip by steam
ers ator about 12c by nrorllrs t Rr
sels at from Sc. to 7c per foot
Xt'U .1. 1 " , I . . -
itiicu iiiemuiinue ana unaiunooga road is completed
from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be
made, of which due notice will be riven
v- . nJ1' !- ANDERSON, Sunt N. 4C.lt.li. Co.
N. H. The same dinerence will be made when goods are
to be delivered at Decherd, Shelbyville and Murfraboro,'
or other stations on our road, as is now made between
freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from
the above points to Chattanooga, under the arrangement
with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co
June 16 tf ' n. 1. a.
THE GRAFFENKERG MEDICINES.
THE GRAFFENBERG MEDICINES.
THE GRAFFENBERG MEDICINES.
THE GRAFFENBERG MEDICINES.
TnE GRAFFENBERG MEDICINE3.
THE Graflenbcrg Family Medicines are widely and just
ly celebrated as the most safe, valuable and reliable
Family Medicines ever offered to the public They are
endorsed by the first Physicians of the day, and those who
have used them guarantee their beneficial action.
A most valuable Pamphlet, containing a list of
more than 60 diseases with their symptoms and treatment,
can be obtained without charge from every Druggist in the
city, who keep a full supply of Ihe Medicines on hand at aU
times. ALEX. .MACKENZIE, Nashville.
mar8 "54 if
HOUSE FURNISHING LIST The following
list of articles, of good quality, which are all requisite
in going to House Keeping, may be had, delivered in any
part ot the city, for thirty dollars, or any part at propor-
liuuaie prices.
1 kitchen table,
1 market basket,
1 clothes horse,
1 barrel cover,
1 flower scoop,
1 sugar do,
1 spice do,
1 chopping knife A bowl,
1 jappaned lamp,
6 pair knives and forks,
1 do carvers,
2 washing tubs,
1 zincwasnboard,
2 dcz cloth pins,
1 clothesline,
1 clothes basket,
1 corkscrew,
1 scrubbing brush,
6 smoothing irons,
1 iron table spoons,
1 sett kitchen fire irons,
1 " fire dogs,
1 pepper box,
1 flour dredger,
3 pie plates,
5 muuin rings,
1 tine wash pan,
3 cup pan,
1 block tin coffee pot,
1 do do do,
1 butter bucket,
1 funnel,
1 waiter,
1 water bucket, cedar,
1 cocoa dipper,
1 tin do,
1 colander,
1 basting spoon,
1 skimmer,
1 meat fork.
1 uo do,
1 cook's knife.
S japanned chamber bucket, 1 scrubbing brush,
r biscuit cutter, 1 cake cutter,
1 dust pan, 1 coffee mill,
1 flour seive, 1 knife box,
1 potatoe masher, 1 do cleaner,
1 rolling pin, 1 pastry board,
1 woouCS ;-rnon, 1 cake turner,
1 towel roller, 1 nest spice boxes,
1 doormat, 1 match safe,
2 japanned cmdlestiaks, 1 pint measure,
1 tea cup mop, 1 egg whip.
1 paper grate stove poliih,
SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO
No. 17, College rt., Nariiviile.
We have also a full assortment of Cooking Stoves, Ovens,
Skillets, Fry Pans, Sauce and Stew Pans, and othor arti
cles suitable for house-keepers, which we warrant to be of
the best quality, and will be &old on the lowest and most
accommodating terms. marl5'54
I 'VrEW HOTEL. Under the provisions cf an A.
I JL act incorporating the Nashville Hotel Company. TjZZ-i
pas-ied by the Legislature of the State of Tennessee, on the
2.Z& of November. 1853. notice Is hereby riven that Books
will be opened at the Nashville Inn, on Monday next, the
16th jnsL, for thejmrpose of obtaining tubscribers to stock
in said Company.
RCSSEL HOUSTON, 1
D T SCOTT. I
W T BERRY, V Committee.
Dr. RC FOSTER,
W F COOPER.
janH City papers please copy.
THE AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING
COMPANY-
MAKE Peacock. Pioxeer, Enterprise, and
otir TLOWS,
CULTIVATORS. HARROWS. Ac. of the
very best materials and workmanship. ,
Also, WAGONS, of well seasoued JfSSST
timber and perfect hnish with wood cS$g25S2Si
or iron Axles, Carts, Carrvnlli.
Wheel-IInrroivs, A-c.
This Establishment contends ao-ainst Imnnrtnl wnrk-
has worked for reputation, and intends to merit the very
best '
1ST Office, No. 63, Lower Maiket street. Nashvill?.
mar3 ly A. W. PUTNAM. IWt
'
"VTOTICETO ALL. HAVING ASSOCIATED
JL wuii me in Hie Loach JlanulactunnellusinessMessrs.
KOIIhltl' CAPl'S. JAJIESF. PHELPSaild AliDHUt Mil
w V 3.,ec"anics and industrious men, 1
.ui me luuiiuuuiiiiuii oi my uiu customers, and tiope,
uj o.i.v.1 aiiuuiuu, iu uieni. iuo same.
jam.! oin. IRA A. STOUT.
.
UNION COACH FACTORY!!"
Entrance .Yo. 5 Clark Street,
No. S Spriiagr Street.
UHDEE THE FIKM OF
IRM. A. STOUT & CO.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Union
for tbe purpose ofcaryingon the Coach Manufactur
ing Business id all its various branches having taken tbe
oldstnndof Ira A. Stout, on Clark Street and extended
through to Spring Street, we are ready to compete with any
Carriage Manufactory in tbe State of Tennessee, otiany
work brought from tbe North or East, and all we ask of out
friends and the public is, to give us a call for any article in
our line cf business; having superior workmen and the
best of stock. Also, we beg leave hereto say that we use
no iron but the best Tennessee, which is the best iron in
the United States for Coach work. We are all working
men and will use our utmost exertions to give satisfaction
to our customers, and all persons having work to repair
may rely on getting it when promised.
XST All orders promptly attended to.
IRA A. STOUT,
ROBERT CAPI'S,
JAMES F. PHELPS,
janl2 Cm nwAo ARCHIBALD STUART.
RACK TO FIIIST PRINCIPLES!
F. IIYRONEMUS
HAS just opened a Tailor Establishment on Dead- v22
erick street, nearly opposite the Union anrf IPI
American office, where he hopes, by c!oe attention If'jf
to business, he will receive a sbaie of that liberal ruiruu
age which he formerly received.
ZSf Cuttinc and repairing done in the best mannr ami
en the most reasonable terms.
feb!5 6m.
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS V. S. MAIL PACKET
THE splendid new jiassenrer steamer,
II. R. W. HILL, Tuos.NEWKL,Mds
ter, will run in tbe above trade this sea
son, leaving Memphis on her first trip on
Saturday, the 22d of October. The HILL connect it
Memphis with tbe Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will give througn tickets trom aew Orleans to
Nashville.
Tbespleudid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
Iftava Nashville everv Wednesday at fi P f iriil. r;ni,i
and passengers for the Hill.
octS A. L. DAVIS, f ARent-
WE RESPECTF U LLYiutorm our friends and th.
public that we have now on hand a large and well
assorted stock of Fur, Silk and Soft Hats; Men's and Boys'
Cassimere Hats: Childrens' Fancy Hats and f!n- ttn'.
and Boys' Cloth, Flush and For Caps of everv description,
unsurpassed in good quality, style and lowness of price,
which they offer at wholesale and retail.
jan4 LANDE A ELSBACU,
Hat and Cap Manufactory, No. 48. Market St.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS LANDE A
ELSBACH, No. 50, Market street, have received
within the last week a larce and well assorfcl stock of pic
eant Ready Made Clothinir of the best material, so lhutrr.
.sons who are desirous of procuring fashionable garments
cau uesuiieu.
Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectful
ly invited to call and examine their stock before tbey buy
elsewhere. We are convinced that we can sell lower than
any other house in the city, either wholesale or retail.
jant
MISCEELAKEqxjs.
NEW WHOLES ALEHOUSE
GARDNER: SHEPHERD & CO '
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN " "
SHOES, HATS. STRAW GOODS.
TRUNKS AND CARPET BAGS
No. SO Public Square, Nashville, Tenn. 1
WE are opening an entirely new, and very large stock
of tbe above goods, to which wa respectfully call
the attention of all merchants visiting Nashville.
We will take Feathers. Wool, Ginseng, Beeswax, Jeaas,
Linsey, and Socks at tbe highest market prices.
feblC '51 tf GARDNER, SHEPHERD A CO.
HURT'S VERMIFUGE.
THERE is perhaps no disease to which children' are ex
posed that is so universal and fatal as Worms; persons
of all ages ar subject to it, and if neglected jt.may.proya
. - -tn - r w ui jou nesiiate wncn you can always
nave a preventer in rnnr (ums. i;iil
Hurt's Unrivaled trmifuge. The Medicine stands 'pre
minnt rr, m.,w1:i ,.v. ...v- 1 , . . 1 .
r ,, --r.""v wuicuiiexpeis Monnsis truly
remarkable Strict attention wall thatia required.
Sold by Merchants and Druggists generally.
,r Ecsst3.vn.LS, Ky, July 2d, 1853.
3."?-.B: F uPr-Dear Sir: I have been usingyour Ver
mifuge in my family ever since I have been acting-as A cant
for you. I have used Fahnestock's, Jaynes', toudn A
Cos., and others, but must give yours the decided prefer
ence over all others. I would recommend it to the commu
nity as a valuable medicine. Very respectfully
sept 24 wly MILTON ROBERTS.
SALE OFBONDS The Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad Company offer their bonds to the amount of
$150,000 for sale.
These bonds are at 20 and 25 years, with Coupons attach
ed, for half yearly payment of interest in New York.
Tbey have the cndoisement and guaranty of tbe State of
Tennessee for principal and interest, and are made a basis
for issuing notes to the entire amount of the Banker's Capi
tal, by the Comptroller, by a late act of tbe Legislature.
Parlies wishingto invest will find nosafer security; and
those wishing to Bank under tho Free Banking Law, can
now use the entire amoutt of their capital in these bonds.
Those wishing to purchase can apply to the undersigned,
orto J.T.Soitter, President Bank of the Republic; New
York. V.K. STEVENSON,
aprl tf "resident of the N. and C. R. 15. Company.
IL N. MYEItS, A C CARTER.
carruge'warehodse.
THE subscribers hare entered into partnership for-the
purpose of buying and selling Eastern mado Carria
ges, and have taken the large warehouse. No. 59,. North
Market st, formerly oecupied by Geo. L. Sloan, opposite
the Nashville Inn.
We have now on band a good assortment of the very
best quality of Carriages of every, description and of the
latest styles. Mr. Mvers hasjust returned from New York,
where he has selected a large stock of the finest Carriages
that ever run on four wheels, which will all be here in a
few weeks. Mr. Myers is well known here as one of the
best Carriage Builders in t .e State.
The public are invited to call and examine the Stock be
fore they buy. Wa will sell at a very tmall profit, and
warrant the work all good.
H. N MYERS,
mar2.V51-lf b A. C. CARTER
PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY
OP
ARTFORD, CONN.
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund
$1,000,000!
INCORPORATED 1823.
Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most favoi
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR THE
PERILS OP NAVIGATION,
by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County. TapU tf,
l"854. NEW sFriNG IM I'ORTATIONS." f85K
JAMES NICHOL,
SO. 20, OS THE SQCARK, 3 DOOR3 FROM COLLEGE ST.
iS now receiving and opening for the Spring trade an as
sortment of silk, Fancy and Staple Goods, that
for extent, variety and richness, will surpass any Stock
that be has ever offered in this market, the assortment has
been purchased on the most favorable terms in the various
EASTERN MARKETS,
and will be offered at a very small advance on Eastern
Costs, to cash buyers or punctual customers. The Stock
will embrace the following articles in every variety:
l)res Fabrics, Embroideries;
Ribbons; Laces;
Gloves; Linueii!;
White Goods;
Clothes; Cassimeres; Vesting, Ac, &c, to which will be
made constant additions, by the arrival of every Steamer,
theieby enabling him topresent to those favoring him with
a call, one of the largest and most desirable selection of ar
ticles in bis line to be tound in this city.
Nashville, March 15 '51
"I JIFORTED FOWLS. RECENTLY RE
JL ceived, the following descriptions of improved Fowls,
importations of 1811", 1852, and 1853:
CHICKENS. Gray Shanghai or Brahma Poortra,
While Shanghai, Black Spanish.
Cochin China.
Black Poland Top Knot,
Gold and Silver Pheasants,
White Guinea Chickens.
GEESE. Bremen Geese. Hong Kong Geese,
White Swan Geese, of China.
DUCKS. Poland Ducks.
Persons wishing to purchase any of the abova Fowls can
be accommodated, in the course of the ensuing 3 months,
by leaving orders with B. S- WELLER, Market street,
Na!ivill, or calling upon McGregor Ezcll, six miles from
Nashville, back of the Lunatic Asylum, who will, also, in
a short time, be prepared to furnL-n all kinds of imported
Ducks and ihe improved Suffolk and Essex Pigs.
They will be sold at prices which will make it ucnices
sary for any one to purchase in Ohio, Gecrjia, or elsewhere,
and the purity of the blood may always be relied upon.
apll '54 3w.
TOTTED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
CAPITAL 8100,000; SHARES SO.
THIS Company has now been
" in successful operation about
f. twelve months, and br act pass- "StSBtitfr
L ed by the LesisUture 21st No- '
vember. the charter has been to amended as to allow any"
citizen of tbe State to tale stock. Tbe Citizens are allowed
to havfc ono Director lor every Five Hundred shares held
bv them. Those takins stock will have to nay 20 per cent
I on their subscriptions and give a noie for the balance.
' Tbe Books are now open at the office on College street,
where our citizens are invited to call and sub.-cribe.
J A. W. JOHNSON, President
J. S. DAsniELL, becretary. decI7.
rpo THE FA RJIEltS OF TENNESSEE The
JL undersitrned having secured the right to this State, of
fers for sale Jlaney's Patent Reaper and -lloiver,
awarded the first premium for Mowing and the recond for
Reaping, at the New York State Fair, in the trial in Gene
va and New lort in July 1352, in competition with eleven
other Machines: awarded a Silver Medal at the Ohio Stat
I Fairforthe bestReapcrand Mower; and receiving the high-
est award at the Vermont and Michigan State Fairs for The
best Kennm? and Mowing Machine.
n.lm..nl nf lhi UrrMm. h, mr.n it. (riitmnl.
over all others, and being a perfect combination of a P.eap-
er andA!oer, it comestotne farmer witn double valce,
) The pnecot the .Machine delivered at .Nashville is S175.
For the successful performance of this Machine I refer to
I i .:k . . . i. -I r II 1 . 1, ci. .1 1. I r r ii i
IUU LXIIlUUlllUCIUnUl UUVI.IIUI1UUIIC1UI, ilUU 14.
mar21 '54 I P. CUKA.THAM,
Nashville, Tennesee.
Nasivtllk. June 2f. 13i3.
j Col. L.P. Cheathvu Dear Sir I have been using the
t Reaping and Mon ing Machine patened by Maneyot Illi
nois, wnicnyouais ottering to ina citizens ot ienncssce.
It is a first rate labor saringMachine. It works neatly a i d
rapidly. The amount cut per day v ill depend principally
upon the speed of the team. If the team can travel four
miles per hour it will reapormowLlacresinlOhours. It
is entitled to the confidence of tho pullic Respectfully,
J. SHELBV.
I, L. F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Sbelby,
make the following statement. e have had for more than
one week one of Col. Cheatham's Mowing and Reaping
Machines, we have tried it in Clover and grain blown down
and tangled, and I state that it mow&'and cuts cleaner tluin
the scythvblade; and will mow per day as much as 14 hands,
and it can reap at least 24 acres per day. June 23 '53.
L F. BRADLEY.
ITMJENCH HORTICULTURIST AND FLO.
? RIST-MONS. BURDEN, French Horticultur-;X&
ist and member of tbe Horticultural Societies of Por-VT
is and Indon, has arrived in this city with a new and beau
tiful collection of flowering plants, viz: Camclias. Macrnol-
1 ias (double flowered and produces in oue year, ) Khodeden
! drones, Peonies, Arboriea, and others of the most beauti
I fut species; Orange Trees for the toilet, Daphnes, Occubar
' Jjponica: a rare collection of Roses of the latest culture in
France; and a very pretty collection of Daldies of the new
est. And likewise a very fine collection of Onions, and a
complete assortment of Flower Seed, aud sewls for table
plants.
Mo.vs' Bchdex will sell his African Asparagus seed,
which will produce Asparagus ready for the table three
months after the seed is sown. Twelve kinds of Pear Tree.
all new and of the first quality also Plums, African Cher
ries of twelve to the pound, and the Creole Grape Cherry,
Queen Strawberry, large fruit in three varieties; and a very
beautiful choice of Ca&etas Fontainbleau Grapes in three va
rieties; Constantinople I elesta Grapes, very large frnit, and
very luscious. Fronlini:o Musrat lirarau Tha who! in lu.-
so Id at a moderate nrirp nt fha fstnm Va 10 lloTuril-i
st, between College and Cherry sts.
mariJS 2w n
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! '
RECEIVED AT THURSTON & BERNARD'S,
No. 9 Union Street.
WE are now' receiving, direct from the Eastern cities,
some of tbe very latest styles of Fall and Winter dress
Goods, consisting in part of SILKS, Brocade, Plaid, Check
figured and plaiu Black, Persian Cloths, and all wool Mus
lin Delancs; Chemisettes and Sleeves in sets, French Nee
dle Work Collars, Mourning Collars and Sleeves, Embroi'd
Linen Camb.U'dk'fs, Velvet Ribbons, Gimps and Galloons
Jaconet and Swiss Inserting and Edgings, Jaconet Bands
and Flouncing, Ac Ac HOSIERY and GLOVES all
shades and qualities, Children's and Misses iizes, all col
ors, which we are offering very low. Those In search of
cood Goods, and at low prices, will do wel to give us a
"pH-tf THURSTON A- BERNARD.
X70R RENT One Store itoom, and two or three
- rooms m the third story back building of ihe new
block, corner of Cherry and Deaderick streets. Apply to.
J. W. J. Manning, or W.. F. COOPER,
febl7 tf At the Itiiilriinn-
yyjiiinx a 1 ciljl.ii .stolen, trom my-'
1 f uuux,gu ,1 cuuesuay nignr, a Oliver Lever t
naiuu, nuntmg case, made Dy William Robin
son. No. 18.560. This watch is mlnwl hr m h.i
yond iU intrinsic worth, and-1 will pay TWENTY UUL-
niLBo iuriw recovery, ana no questions asxea, lr left at
the Union and American office, or at D. A. Johnson's Jew
elery store mar31 tf . , ; .W. T,WILLIAMS.
EWIN', BROTHERS.- ..
WHOLESALE
DETJGrG-ISTS,
No. 7, North College Street,
NASHVILLE, TENN,
WOULD .respectfully inform Druggists, Merefeant,
Physicians and Manufacturer' that ihT have .rmifl
cXrnllbAURF SINeUT; Z VlbSSfS.
tireW froI1 Jbir "ock is nearly -viidirdtiiTmined
tomak.botatb3
I orTuSe?- ofTerIeJovrfbr
6,rW w s 0iI.
1065 pounds IndKo oCrim J; ,-.
14S8 do Madder 2
65 do Muriate ofTin
150i) do Alum;
1400 do Refined Salpetre;
1000 do Epsom Salts;
550 do Gum Camphor;
7500 do Sup. Carb. Soda;
90 Gro. M'Lane's Vermifuge;
10 do M'Lane'a Liver Pills;
20 do Fahnestock's Vermifuge;
100 doz. Mustang- Liniment;
100 Gro. wood box Matches;
830 doz. Mason's Blacking;
230 m, G. D. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead dry; i
300 do White do do;
900 do Letharge;
10S0 do Eng. Venetian Red;
200 bush. Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
45 boxes Bonn's Scotch SnufT in packages:
24 do Garrett's do L i
60 doz. - 0. inbotUe
-J.u MaccaboySnati;in cotsr
L63- " " jarsind bbls;
800 boxes Window Glass assorted
4000 lbs. Putty; '
ISO pounds Pearl Sag;
110 do 'Tapioca;
650 do Gum Arabic;
SS doz. Cod LsverOil Rushlon, Clarke A Co';
60 do Seidlet'S Powders, in tin boxes:
36 do Soda; "
60 pounds Calomel, English and Americaa
10 da Hydriodate of Potash;
215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
66 do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr. Iodidaof Iron:
of various styles;
Physicians l'ociet Cases of Vials - Urge varitn "
Amputating; Dissecting, Lvthotomy, Trepatuiint and
Midwife Instrument-), in cases:
Medicine Chests a variety-of styles and sizes.
1T Feathers, Beeswax, Ginsing, Flaxseed, Ac, taken
at the highest market rates. foctlS tf
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS.
STRETCH A ORR have just received perhaps the largest
and best assorted lot cf Surgical and Dental Instru
ments everbrought to this city, and as they are s tiling
them at a smalt advance upon Eastern cost. Persona
needing anything in Ojo abov line will find it to their in
terest to give them a call. They consist in part of tbe fol
lowing, viz:
Extra Fine Reverse- Scarificators;
do- do Plain do;
Physicians Pocket Case of Inlrumenta. (sprb-' back-
Amputating Intruoients;
Obstetrical do;
Eye do;
Ivory A Glass Caustic Holdeis.
Urinometers;
Gum Lancet3l, 2 A3 blades;
Cateract and Strabismus Instruments;
Scalpels;
Surgeons" Needles;
Tonsil Instruments;
UnU Scissors; Spring Lancets;
lroban2s; IlexibleMeialic Bougiac
Ivory Handla Plnggor and Scalors;
Small Steel Drills and Burrs;
do do Excivators;
Molar and Gum File.;
Bicttrbids and Stump File;
RifBee and Plug da;
Separating and Corrundrum do;
Together with a large assortment of other articles la tbs
Drug Una. STRETCH & ORR,
Wholesale and Retail DrnggisU' corner Colleg. and
Union gta., Nashville. feb25'4
At the Wholesale and Retail Drnj, Medicine,
Chemical, Perfumery, Fancy, Article,
Stoue W are, PaiutK, OiU, Varnish,
sand Paper, Brushes, Seed,
Glass, and Glass
Ware Store of
II. G. SCOVEL,
NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBUC SQUARE, THREE
DOORS WEST OF THE NASHVILLE INN.
COO galls, best Winter Lard Oil;
100 gross Wood Box Matches?
1W bushels clean Blue GrassSeed,;Kcnticirn
luO do strip'd do do do da,
10 barrels Clover Seed;
20 d Plaster Paris;
50 do Hydraulic Cement;
39 Sacks Osage Orango Seed, for Hedge Fence?
100 ounces best London Sulphite tjuinia;
1000 pounds Epsom Salts;
2 barrels Top Onions;
230 Dental Files, (Stnbb's;)
1530 lbs Roll Sulphur;
1256 Flor- do;
835 pounds Imported Castile Soap;
847 do Indigo;
40 gallons best Coach Varnish;
40 do do Japan do;
40 do do Furniture do;
42 do do Ik-mar do;
20 reams Vanderpnnls Flint Paper;
1000 pounds French Zinc White Paint;
1300 " Fresh Putty;
For FINISIIINU PARLORS in !ho mrjt beautiful
modern Northern stye, the snbscriber has obtained tie
French Zinc White PaiaL Those who are luilding fine
bouses and making improvements, would hnri this article
decidedly superior, withal void of the deliate-ious influen
ces of W hite Lead Point. For sale by
feb21 H. O.SC0VEL.
"If i fill LI,S C"UDE AND ROLE DKIM
lVUU STONE, just received and for salebr
jaali W. F. GRAY. 17 Jroadway.
T?IG11T HUNDRED LUS.
RACE GINtiER
W.F.GIU.Y.
jjjusirtrcuivea ana iurs.ue uy
FIVE HUNDRED LRS.
received and for sale by
janIO
CLOVES-JUST
W.F GRAY,
17 Broadway.
TEN B1ILS GLUE
ASSORTED NUMBtRS.
JL just received and for sale bv
W.F.ORAY.
janIO
173rcadway.
I7HVK HUNDRED LBS EMORY, ASSOITED XUSl
. BEiy.just leceived and for sal bv
JanIO Vi'.f.Cm; No. g Broadway
rpiIIUTY-SIX DOZ. HARRY'S TltlCO-
A. I'HEf:OUS, just received and forsale by
. Jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17 Broadway.
rpiiiRTY
SIX DOZ. LY'ON'S It A'HIERION
JL just received and forsale by
W. F.GRAY,
17 Broadway.
jan5
SIX THOUSA.D FIVE HUNDR2D LDS.
Lee'a New Castle Super Carb Soda, just rceived aud
forsale by fjanj W. F. ORA V 17 3roadway
I?IVE HUNDKlil) THOUSAND iERCUS
. SION CAIS, just received aud for sale by
Jan5 W.F. GRAY, 17 iroadwav..
J?IITEEN HUNDRED LUS, REl)LEAl5,
jLui, receiveu anu lor Mle by n. t.liKAl,
jan5 17 Jroadway.
tflVE HUNDRED LBS. SUPERIOR. AR-
TICLE Mjidias' Indigo, just received and fir sale by
jan5 W. F. GRAY, 17 Iroadway.
rpiIREE UU.YDREU i;O.YES WINDOW
JL (ilass and Glassware, just received and fof sale by
jan5 W. F. GRAY. 17 Broadway
IJKUGS
NEW DRUG- STOKE."
(Formerly of Vie firm of Eiein, Broun ib
Co.,)
TTAS OPENED, with an entire new stck
I 1 Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Perftme;
Ac-, icon the site formerly occupied by the
... Al J UMWI. V UW1 " WUII'U,
where be wil I be ple-ed to wait upon hU old friends aid
citizens generally. Particular attention is given to Physi
nav f reicrlpti jns, wnicn will be tiled with sccaracy and
dialch.
SUEOICAL INSTRTJHENT3,
comprising Pocket Cases, assorted; Pocket V;al Cases, sev
eral new patterns; Speculums, assorted; Midwife, Amputat
ing and Trepanning Instruments, in Cases or separate;
Tooth Forcepand Keys: Stethesoicesr Cunninv Anmnin.-
Stomach Pmups; Dissecting Instruments; itt. at. Traces
in every variety a complete awortment cf everything us
ually kept in this line may lie found at
J. G. BROWN'S, 4$, CoIIegeSr.
febll'54
WINTER STRAINED
bblz just received by
LARD OIL. Six
J.G. BROWN.
CAOD LIVER OIL. Four gross Rmhton, Clark A
JVo.'i best article, warranted lmre and fresh, just receiv
ed by fcbll-'54. J.G. BROWN.
"QEItJIUDA ARROW
ROOT. Warranted per-
JLIfectly pure and fresh.
A full supply at
J. O. BROWNE
febll-'it.
aOULAY" UI'lTEIW. A full supply, just receiv
edby febll-'54 JG.BflqW-
1")ERFU3IERY inTvery style, French, Oermanafw
. American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac, Aa
Tooth Powder and Paste, Piver" Aromartic Vinegar,
Glenn's Rose Bears Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white
Windsor Soap, Barbers Soap in I lb bars, together with a
general assortment of Plain and Fancy Soaps, llairBrrates,
lie, Ac Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fine Combs,
Ivory do. Powder Putts and Boxes, Lilly White. Alabaj-
ter,Ac,Ac feb!l-'54 J.O.BKOWN.
"O ARTS CAKiltNATIVK Two gnes, direct from
jULJianutactuie, just received uy
febll-'5t.
J.O.BROWN.
PEK1N TEA CO.MIANY. I have a lull tapplf
orthe.bejt qualities of Teas put up by this Cumpany.
It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Bron A to, which
fare such general satisfacnou. Tne iVe fias Ultra uuux
ea and PUntation Imperial are thought to be superor to
mall caddies of S lb
any in this mariet; also, ieas
each.
feblS
J. U. BROWN.

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