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. T. J- CLaOK, ; Wholesale Grocer? , BTOISSION, AND TO)! WARDING MERCHANT jjn, Cotton and Tobacco Factor. ' ;" .' Cbrarr 0 CUtyf rru" wi rrd, NatktVU. ""cOFFEE200 bags Rio; 50 bags Havana; 50 do LasivsnK CO- -do Java. . . CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 1S.OO-1 Amenrn; . . , ' 100,0000 Cuba li's and -Melee Cigars; CANDLES S00 oxes Sperm and Star; , -200 boxes Stenna an Tallow; COTTON YARNSA lo'.oC assorted Nos. O-souImh, stt ' perici quality r.t roanufactnr-ars prices; FRUITS K bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; 60 drums Figs; v - 50 frails Almonds; SO bbls Pecans; nSH -50 barrels and to'X barrels .Mackerel; '- 75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines; itl.OOR 200 bbls Galiigo; 175 Gucinnal"; j, o,. i 75 do St. Ltruis (Harri-on's;) -.-GLJLS;3--r-''C,o' boxes Window, all fixes; 125 do Ot., rt.,and X Ft.Flaska; 75 do Hint Tutab errand Goblet?; f i- '60 do J?f(u4U and Cap Jars; 90 Demijons. fire and threo gallons; IRQJi-rTsniiWiesanil Pitubnrg, assorted jsiie, . iJQU0R8 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints; - c 1 1.. .i .j, i ca.vn jscoicu R0Q..dd - OTder .Vlnrgsrr . - '.NJULS-lSOkegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; 150 do Wheel"". . ...... J'lOKl 1S -15 cases choice asserted Tickles; 10 cae Towitoo Catsup; SLnARlMbbdsLwi.isnft.Siijrar; ' : j, " lOObblSt. Lom.and 1 luladclphUnruiheil and Pulverised; 2.T do Iaf (Lorering'p;) Sl'ICKfl lObagsAlkpitc; 15. doJ'epper; . 10 do Ginjrer, lace and ground; jilLT 500 bbU Kana'ba; sick tine and cow; ffjg- 1S5 sacks Daily and 75 boxes table salt; OAT 100 boxes bar; " fiO do J-'ancT!?op;"" SKKI .S iZ barrels Jlii'et Seed; '1'KAS an caes -arious brands; .'lOBACCO 60 boxes Che it.s;, atestUil Wnii; . Sv". 5.brixc Jcnnv Lind,Niperiri tide; rU'DKlES Indigo. Copperas, Jladder, Olive Oil, Lead, Powder, Shot.talairatns. .oda, Axes, Chains, tas Painted I5ucktH,&c, Ac .Kor Nile loiv fcrca'h by 'f. J. CLACK. ' I3-"l:ibt-rrJ sdvanceeou cr.niijnment. "WAi"TKl lfO,r0 lbiofclran washed AYnol; lfn,0001bs Haccnand Lard; liril Fruit, leathern, Bee-'Vax.Tallcw and Ginseng, r'.d- v hicb n a will pa r liberal price in cash or Groceries. ,VtS. " T. J. CLACK. ""fcKOljEKlES, A-c-ritIU AKK1VALS. VtD SVCKS PKI JiL KIO COFFEII new crop; it .S Jo mod Java dc; JJiKullit wi'-vi, I " , C r T 1 . 1 on Vito ... "TM birds r.cvSjir. ,aj hbls MnUsse.-; jjuV da do; do Golden Svntp; :j) tin (.'rulndiig-;'; ;ij do Pondered d'i; .-.'I do liiif u". botes Cod Fish; ' Sniokrtl Herrings; .iW iilrdincs; ft " gaLot.jarricklf3; " lmonjrup; 3(5 Pepper Skucv; .'. " Si-JlitteM: JO doz painted Ilnricrt-i; ) tiprres fni Rire; Ob-ws end half Iniies JI.K-nets " Tubs; It. Raisins; r casks Inndon Porter; lt Jruras Smvma I'i; 1" bags Alpif; 10 hajr-t8S Almond-, -;n 1'eppen i. tasks Pecan Jfuts; l - " Uac-9 Gingrr. hbls liraii! d i, WiltfnuWronsr.tlirarU.-!e?in the grocery line, just revival and for sals Uw lor ClSH bv aec-U I- S. CHKATUASI A CO. CUAJll'A;X.E, ltASKETSand Iwxes line Champagne; a superior ar ticle of the bet bMnd. .Iut received and for sale yecllj K.S. CHEATHAM A CO. 50 by - - FI.K WINKS, HKiVjyOllCS, AO. Ifl'i CASKS OLD MAUEUJ ; . t Slirrv; ,-;:' .i . ('on; 10's' p"nej pure Cigiia Hrandr, old and tine; .v3raV " ' " " -' -pipe, " Holland Gin; t. .. v puncheons lnl Malt Whisky; 10 fwxes assorted Cordials; Vorsjileby docll. E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. JklA. HECriFIKD WHISKY, - A RAH K ELS RECTIFIED WHISK1"; For sale low )U.by idecll ' I- CHEATHAM A CO. 'l.rf.ll K'CKEA.' '. FKKD. 1SRRAS1. t " . McCRGA Ac TEHRASS, Wttolosale Grocors, Commiion .Uerchants, I- ' - A0 WvALKRS IN" L 'LitiTior, Troa, CastinSs, If ails, Flour and Salt, 1 -Vb. Z: .v. St., Nashville, Tenn. ' f?LXDRirA 1IH lihds. prime N.tt.Snyir, lIWi:bb!.-t.M'ilaS30 ar05-j-! . da, J5 ksg3 goldnn syrup, . !i(SrlJAUim.ire ( Utile, -..fttklijrnnna tiu Si'i-", L-.gityrr. do, Vpnc,tesi)l'i.lavx do, l.".n l.ld-. loaf and p v.wlaivd tieri-ftfltla,-. . ; H..fe"frniIifrn A 'Uai bteud'j Tijfawif, li) KiM?iner brand : tC.otiii lb-. birleJ, b;gs idiot, a-.-K-.r4. kiO.ikju (. D. pernios cap-, .-i ke; jii.vder, ! bores iircb, ds .aboaus, :iK baji5'tinBi!t, liK-- bi,t-. Kan. d l-ies W. R. rhe, . E.D. do ,".ils7. plough liiir-t aaj bed 2i bags Sjiiiir. 50 " ginger, 4 bbli. puttv, 5 " itluin, " brim-tone. 40 casks soda, ISO kegs whitB laad, Whi baies pint and qntrt Uaks K-0,t'0 Havana sugars, Wi,oi'iO metes and Cuba tit ' segars, lm.i gro matches, 125 box'e and boxes star candles, 17." boxes tiiliow candles, 75 " bir fap, HJ cases gunpowder and imperial tea, 6 bbK I'.pOTi salt 7o boxes S oj 10, 10 by 12, and 12 by IS glass. 100 boxes and bxs raUins, 80 " lemoiix, '2 cases indigo, 1 cusk madder. i hig pepper. 15 buckets. i'be jb-jic wilt !e a.ii-1 very low at 35 Broad st. by McCREA A TERR ASS. To ltahro.id ami Tiuupiue Coiitractur-. DO., picks. !i dozen shorels. .) In ' raaltocks, 40 drills, 75 ste?l pointed erow bars, :A crow bars, untini-hed; McCREA A TERBASS. 10-? ypadrs. 1b hiw and for rait- tim by LIQUORS. - .j l'IP? Goe br-nJin, -Mi) bbls. " Hulleudgin, 1 nuiichiVui lrr-U rhity, "00 ' 4-ibblLpoit nine A ue very 75 ' line, n" " 5 bbls. slierrv in, 25 " Pike'n magnolia whUky, Tenr. ree'd da, Bowers' do., magnolia rye do, old Bourbon do., American brandy, .'. Madeira d. 4.1 ' K -reel Malaga, 15 boxes Muscat wine, claret do., V.1 ' lirandy cheni-, 4i) battels rliamnuiim witie. 40 . n. t- rum, o " copper I), whisky, 5 " New York gin, yi pipes cherry brandy; The above will be sold very luirandou libernl tune, at Si Jiroaa y McCREA A TEKRASS. RANDIES AND WINES. i id g casks superior Uraudv, (warranted pure,) , 7! ipaart casks old Port Wine; . -j:,. ' ' "Madeira do 2 half pipes very line Brndv. lachlO'ol For.sale by R. F". BELL, DOJIETIC LIQUORS. S5 bbls Xaw York Br-ndv; 1i " Gin. For sale bv inch lo VI "R.E.1JELL, No. 3 Cillege St. opposite Rewsnee House. OUG.VR 'AH) hhds Jjoni.-isna Sugar ill grade-, in O Htoro and tor sle ny W. 1L GORDON A CO. btinvla Craiihead's Molasses, for oyJuMtc by inar W. 11. OOKIWN A CO. iool:egs Slioenberger's Nulls nil siios.l'or sale nir2 W. 11. GORDON CO. IiAtK ts,.ll wiuginoSMii, lor sr.iaiosr O rive l?r Iruuuois bv W. 11. GOK1MN & CO. mari2 '51 B for pale br ms.r2J W. H. GORDON A CO. . t'r.vii t'A.Miiii;s-i:-. CandlM. in r.holt.-. halres and qiurters. ft r sale bv mar2 W. H. GORDON CO. "lUiOVER SEED-15 V'Seed for sale to rrifcpr. Une! l'ennsvlvauia Clever prx Aniericus by nurSi V. il.GUi:iU.N A (JO. ID COFFEE Jo tr Rio Coflee lor s-e to arrive Ir 1- Howard, bj W. H. GORDON & CO. msrSx'M. TAILS.-IOOO KECJS SHOEXIIERGER'S CELEBRATED XAUJv all sues, for sine bv . a. HUltlW.V & iu am kiixms Asstiif fi:i iumblers. Jars. LEniberas. Ac. For sale br 1' W. H. GORDON A CO. f ,'PAmi.vW-ii0iEs ItAimdTT-.IONICS' Kxtra lrginia ToI-ucpo; . jo.. twifsTeigutrs Kxtrn 7rglnia Tobarc; Gnodui'.'s .i0! .... ' " Boaz do; t'v- T.rious oibti t.i and-. tor .sale by ,-,n- W. il. GORDON A CO TlRk iMtooi 1 liana a r?rj ; SAI'KS. WE HAVE ON rimentoi liich A Co. 3 celebrated b. n tcsledf- "knowledged by all whe in tbt.-orauy w . herever they have nd manufactured pi.cos.!reicUtadM Manufacturers W. H. GORDON A CO J an& C'g fiucrAll:As,5s l NAPOLEON KE- J " IwuTresMai., .. !" 5 UEstellii " .. With various otberbrands.fn. ,aV br V-0K0!&C0 WRAPPING PAPElk.-i,,,, ii,T. ,i-.-t Tennessee Wramiin-1' !.l Dl.ES (a. r -- i, mraaAht. KECEIVED rERSTEAJIEirurVcn. . -. 5X bbis. ClovcrSeed; 100 bbhi Flour, 200 bugs Buck Wheat Ilonr. For tale low tor cash by ffeb?4i CllAS..I."LAt:K- PERFUMERY in every style, French, GernH and American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac.. A. Tooth 1'owder and Paste, Pivcr's Arotnanic Vinegar, Olenn's Rose Bears Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and whita Windsor Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general assortment of Plain and Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes, Ac, Ac Shell asd Bulfalo Dressing and Fine Combs, Jvorvdo. Powder Puff an J Boxes, Lilly White, Alabas Kr.ic.Ac febll-'S4 J.G.BROWN. gest a 75 barrels American andfrrncli Brandy; ,:C' .iS5' do Apple and Peach " j dw Wiiikv, various brands- SO .1,. Holland Gin; 2.-. do N. h. Runi; ,25 do Wine, various kinds; r. , . GROCERIES- c. ji. .Mcnot, j. peacock, jo. r. gAxrrnsox. MCflOL, PEACOCK & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERY, EonvaMing and Commission Merchants. , cpnsnn or mahket cimnca sts, , V S TT VIT. T,P. TrKKKSSEE- ibr rr.su juiimi i fJlpJST received per 'ew Orleans Cincinnati and Pitts; . burg steamers, the following articles, whifh Wcii tcnngloiTlorcasn. vwmiry iiierwHiu"""" .tally will do well to call and examine for themselves. 750 bags prime Rio Coffee; .TO doi Rrooms; 50do Liguyra do: 1,000 kegs Pure Lead; 2O0bbIspnineXOMolasses;500 . lCObbls do do; 150 casks best English Soda; J?a ii 2. .11 5e.: 20 baas Race Ginger; WCrahecUd Powdered Sngars an a-ortment; ?s ha Penner: M1? Tca assorted; 5 bags Pepper; lf do spice; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 100 boxes M Raisins; 50 boxes Cod Fish; 50 do Herring; 20 bbls Mackerel; 100 kits, assorted numbers; 10 cases fresh Sardine;; boxes Pickles, assorted; 5 bbls Brimstone; 10 do Alum; 250 bags fine Salt; 150 Demijohns, ass'd sizes; 10 frails Almonds; 100,000 Cigars, vur brands; 500 boxes prime Cheese; 150 do Quart Flasks; 00 bbls t-oda tyracKers; 50 do Butter do; Cotton Yarns: assorled; 2 gross Wash Boards; 15 nests Tubs; 5 casks Brandy; S do Signette'Brandv; S do do; r do Madeira Wine; 5 do Sherrv do: 10 do Port ' do; 5 bbls S it Wine; 40 K bbls SM Wine; 25 bbls Holland Gin; 50 do American Brandy; 50 do Old Hour Whisky;" 50 do Old Monong do; S5 do Old Rve do; iwj oo rial do; 5 0 do Fluted Tumblers, as;200 do Rectified do; zuu Kegsiails, assorted; auo uia ram aimni) , Together with all other articles usually kept in our line Call St NIOHOL, PEACOCCA CO.'S,, fib3 Corner of Church and Market sts. DSX. V. XOJCL,.... .inos. a bcbok. .A.THEB 'BEN. Iff, NOEL & CO., MIIOLESALE GROCERS, C0HMISSI0N, RECEIVING AND ' FOR WARDING 3IERCIIANTS, AND DEALERS IN rOBEIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, College Street. 1VINES AND IilQOORS. 200 bbls Pike's M'a Whisky; I pipe Irish Whisky; 100 do Pate'i Iloctitted do; 2 do Holland Gin; 50 do Brown'H D D no; 20 bbU Old Port Wine; 20 do pure Peach Brandy; 25 do Apple do; 50 bk's Champagne, B 11; 40 boxes assorted Cordials; 20 do Hock Wine; 20 do assorted Brandies. 25 do Claret Wine; 20 do Muscat do; 0 do Brandy Cherries; 10 14 casks Madeira Wine; liEN.M. N'OELACO. 50 do Old Monong'Ia do; 50 do Old Bourbon do; 100 do American Brandy; SO do NERum; 0 do Gin; 40 do SMWine; 15 no Walker's Ale; 2 M pipes Madeira Wine; hlierry Wines; 8 pipes Old Brandy; In store and for sale by TORACCO AND CIGARS. 60 boxes Gas Jones' Tobacco;20 boxes Miuri Tobacco; 50 do Boai A Goodwin do 20 do Kentucky do; 25 do Boar's Gold Leaf do: 20 do Mussulman's nectar 15 do PhcuiS do; leal Tobacco; do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco; do; 10 do Albrett's " do; do; 10 Jo Wefherington's do; do; 50 do Terry Mpjee Cigars; do; CO do Johnson s do; do: 40 do Cuba Six do; 15 do Sam Woods' U do E S White's 5 do Reed A N'ash' 10 do Allison's 25 do Fenncll's 10 do Daily's 10 do fcnaus' do: 10.000 Napoleon Reealia do; 10 do Young A Burnett s do;10,WH. Jenny i,ma ao; arc and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL A CO. In etoi 1.ATE ARRIVALS JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORK 230 hhds Sugar, all grades;500 bigs fine Salt; OOUagsKio uonee; baes coarse Salt: 100 bugs Maucaba Coflee; 50 " Laguvra " CO " Old Govnt Java; 2fi7 bbls Molxies; 150 hi" do; 150 k'" do; 100 boxes Tinplale; S00 " Rosin Sonp; 100 Starch; COO bbls Kanawha Salt; SO ' Mackarel; 150 kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 do; 100 boxes Star Candles; 100 " Tallow do; 10 coils Maullai Rope; 150 gross Matches; 600 bags Shot; 8000 lbs bar Lead; 21' bbU Copperas: 100 " Fancy Soap; 500 kers asst'd WheV Nails;200 boxes qt. pt. and U pint 200 casks sup Uarb Jyxla; ria"k.; 100 bxs Va. and Ky. Tobacco; 10 bbls Alum; 500 Demijohns, assorted; 5 " Brimstone; 100 bbls Loaf Sugr, 800 boxes Cheese; 25 " Crush'd and P'd Sugar 10 bbls Spanish Brown; 10 ceroons best Indigo; " 5 " "S enitian Red; 75 bbls Clover Seed; 25 bags Pepper; 10 qr. csks A Sign't Brandy 10 " Spice; 10 ' " J J Duprov'i do; 60 boxes'feas, assorted; 2 casks Holland Gin; 100 gross Blacking; 0 qr casks P. and M. Wine;100 boxea Siydices; Vobbls A At JJraudv ii uuijoou cans irecu uysiers; 20 bbls N E Rum; 2:40 boxes Ix?mou Svrup; 100 bbls D D Brandy; 50 boxes Claret and Cordial; 20 " assorted Pickles; 20 " Brandy Cherries; 4 bbLs Corks; 10 tierces Rice; 0 nests Tubs; 50 doz Painted Buckets; lOOdoz Hemp and Cotton Cords; 50 Pike's Whukv; Ohio Rect'd do; 2C0 5 42 50 20 20 Old Rye do; UldMong do; Old Bourbon do; Old Reserve do; Peach Hrandv; 10 Apple do; C000 Spanisli Cigars; 5000 Melee Cigars; Together with everything in our line, which we offer to e trade low for ca-bl LANIER A PHILLIPS, the jan2o '54 Market street. L7KESII ARRIVALS. SOO IIIIUS. SUGAR, all grades; 100 barrels of Molasses; 100 half barrels oi'Molassee; 5 tierces of Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; i 20 packages of Cranberries; lf0 tactages of Raisins; ' loba?sot Almonds: 20 ca.-ks of Porter and Ale; 20 coils of Manilla Rope; 50 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Baskets; 100 packages Buckets Tubs, Pails, Ac; 20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts; 20 packages Cogniac Brandy; 10 packages Maderia and Cherry Wines; 40 packages Port and Malaga Wines; 70.OO0 superior Havana Cigars; 500 Demijohns 50,000 Corks. For mle by rjan!2 EDWARDS AIHARUI5. OUSE FURNISHING LIST, The following listof articles, of good quality, which are all requisite in going to House Keeping, may be had, delivered in any part of the city, for thirty dollars, or any part at propor tionate prices. 1 kitchen table. i sen Kiicuen ure4iruus, 1 " fire does. 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, f, pair knives and forks,4 1 do carvers, 2 washing tubs, 1 zincwasnboard. 2 doz cloth pins, 1 clothesline, 1 clothes basket, 1 corkscrew, 1 scrubbing brush, .! smoothing irons, 1 iron table spoons, 1 do do, 6 japanned chamber bucket, 1 biscuit cutter, 1 dust pan, 1 flour scire, 1 iGtktoe masher, 1 rollincpin. 1 pepper box, 1 flour dredger, S pie plates, 5 muffin rings,, 1 tine wash pan , 8 cup pan, 1 block tin coflee pot, 1 do do do, 1 butter bucket, 1 funnel, 1 waiter, 1 water bucket, cedar, 1 cocoa dipper, l tin do, 1 colander, 1 basting spoon. 1 1 skimmer. meat fork, 1 1 1 cook's knife. scrubbing brusb, cake cutter. 1 cofTee mill, knife box, 1 1 do cleaner. 1 pastry board, 1 wooden spoon, 1 towel roller, 1 doormat, 2 japanned candlestisks, 1 tea cup mop, 1 paper crate stove polish, 1 cake turner, 1 nest spice boxes, 1 match safe, 1 pint measure, 1 egg whip. &NOW. MACKENZIE A CO.. No. 17, College st, Nashville. We have also a full assortment of Cooking Stoves, Ovens, Skillets, Fry Pans, Sauce and Stew Pans, and othsr arti cles suitable for hoiise-kee;ers, which we warrant to be of the best quality, and will bo sold on the lowest and most accommodating terms. marl5'54 NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS V. 8. MAIL PACKET rrUH; splendid new pastenger steamer, A JL H. R. W. HILL. Tno3.NfcwsL, Mas- ter, will run in the above trade this sei sun. leavicr Mc-uinhis on her lirst trip on baiurday, the 22d of October. The HILL connects at Memphis with the Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack ets, and will give through tickets from New Orleans to Nashville. Thesplendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will leave Nashville even- Wednesday, at 0 P M, with freight and pasengers for the Hill. A. HAMILTON, 1 .., octS AJ,. DAVIS, f Agfn1, NASHVILLE AND 3IKMPHIS V. S. MAIL PACKET LINE, For .tfemphis, New Orleans, St. Louis and Louisville, TR I-WEEKLY. rrMlE splendid new Pasencer Steamers, JL CITY OF HC.NTSV1LLE, JOHN M.nrriu.T. anar..niiAMi, wiuieave.a.sn- fyi -a, vine every jiu.miai, r.i.r.-iAi ana ruiuAi.aui o'clock. P. M.. cojnectintr t Padncah, with the daily Louis. ville and St Louis U.S. Mail Boats, and at Memphis with the splendid New Orleans steamers, Bulletin. II. K. . Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, eiving THROUGH TICKETS from .Nashville to either of the points above named. The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and passengers will find it by lar the speediest means of travel either North or South. 'For freight or passage ipply to vl A. HAMILTON. M- JL A uu0 axsortment of "HOE A CO.," and other brands 1 'BCULAR SAWS, from the smallest to the lar- -u-i received and for sale bv FALL A CUNNINGHAM, - No. 47 Colleire street marg. JL a D52b&2 'A'1 between Uni Ply to saenc- '"t. for th. balance of the year. Ap- marcv. 4 Qtal Ag1!, Xo. So Cherry st, rAtl inf . l"iV,S i io.h, vh STAPLE AD FANCY DRY QSOBs. ..- - - A AMERICAN. ENGLISH, IPJfCH, GEBEIA1I, SWISS, , 4 BELQIA1T, Ac. GOODS (DAILY ARRIVING!, rpHE undersigned having remained a considerable t;,me la lut-wainuiiiii--, muu ,.i-vru lumuiiumu c tlullH thisSriringin iheseleetifin' of ' Goods, can contidew'.y pay thai the stock he now offers to bis customers will far excel nny that be ba ever had the "pleasure br exhibit ,ui and aLv "can" say, with confidence, tliat styles, desig;s and pri- - - ' iin any jn jue mriset, Respectfully soliciting a caU from his fri'.nda ,uid ms- tomers, especially theladies. JOflX'iCl'HrlME. rashionabie Kmponcra, ho. S7, College st. marl 2 1854. FANCY DEPAHTSaENT. EMBSOIDEES, DRESS GOODS &c- 1854. Emb'd Val Lace Collars; " Chemiz'ts A Sleeve's, " Habits with ' " Linen Collars; Malise plaitt Chemizets, Collars and Sleeves; Emb'd Handkerchief: Undersleeves:' Jconet Bands; ' Swiss " " flouncirg-1; , Laces and Edges; . Emb'd Mus. Kobe?; Aplique; Mourning Eiabroderies: -' ALSO' Rich Plaid Glacei Silk; Cbiller de Beze; " Checks " " Flounced Robes; Beautiful Silk Robes; Barege . t " Plaid Bateste; Paris Organdy; 1 . i t Col'd Ponet de Soie, Printed linen Cambrics. i ' ALSO Black and colored Embroidered Mantels;' " " " Apiliquc " " " " Chantelly " ... , .ALSO - ... j . 1 ;."t Rich and beantiful Ribbons, Ac, , a ALSO ' f Gold Embroidered Grenadine on exhibition at JOHN K-t HUME'S . marl 2. Fashionable Emporium, No. 57. College-st. XTEtV GOODS, We are daily receiving from the JL Eastern Cities a very large andj desirable stock of Staple A Fancy Dry Goods, of the very latest and hand somest styles, which we will sell at very low prices. Our buyer, Mr. L. D. Stevenson, has been tn New York alt of tho Spring and made arrangements which will enable us to show our customers something new every day, and we feel confident that the assortment which we keep is by far the most extensive and the cheapest to be found in the city, and we cordially invite you to call upon us and see if we are able to realize the expectations held out STEVENSON A WHITE, mar28 '54 69, College St LADIES' URESS UQODS.-Plaid and striped Silts, Brocade Silks, Plaid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra" quality, ,, Plaid Plain and Figured Berages, Be rage Robes flounced. Misses lie rage Robes, Jaconet Robes, flounced, Embroidered -Muslin. Robes flounced, French Lawns and-Mnslins great variety, Dotted Swiss, and figured Muslins, Organdie Muslins, French Chintzes, English Chintzes and Ginghams, Linen Cambrics In great varieties, Sun-Shades and Parasols, A great variety of Fans. STEVENSON f WHITE. mar23 50. College St. EMUROIDERIES. The most varied, choice and beautiful assortment of Embroideries, we have ever exhibited, consisting of Elegant Collars, Sleeves, Chemisettes, Collarettes gnd Sleeves in Setts, Maltese Honlton Vtlencienne Plait Lace, and Cambric Col lars and Sleeves, Flouncings and Bands In Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, Scotch work Insertings and Edgings in new designs. Lace Capes, Lineu Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laces, Ac, Ac STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 Si, College St . MANTILLAS. We have a large and handsome as sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the novelties of the reason, consisting of Embroidered Applied and Lace trimmed Mantillas, Embroidered Mu;liu Mantillas, Crape Shawls and l.ace Scarfs. STEVENSON A WHITE, rnar23 59, College St GENT'S VARIETY GOODS. Bla:k aud Fancy French Cloths and Cassimeres; t rench Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Veitiugs, Marseilles Vesting, French Drab de Ete-, Patent Shirts with French Bonoms, Merino Under Shirts, LisW Thread and Raw Silk d.i. Linen and Cotton Drawers, I.icen Collars, Britishand German halfhoisery. Summer Cravats, Embroidered Tie3, Fancy Silk Cravats, black do, superfine quality, Plain and colored Handkerchief. Silk handkerchiefs; Silk Suspenders, ''! , , Alexander's Kid Glqres, Silk do., Thread U loves, iinen do, ic, Silk and Gingham Umbrellas- STEVENSON A WHITE," maris 59, College St. TTOUSE KEEPING GOODS Rich Satin Da JULm: mask, Embroidered Muslins Curtains, Lace Curtains, Cotton Damasks, 10-4, 11-4 Linen and Cotton Sheeting, Pillow Case Linens, Ac Ac, Linen Table Napkins, Fruit do, 15 dozen colored Border Damqsk Towels, White and Colored Marseilles Quilts, Gilt Cornices da. Pins and Bands, Cords, Tassels, Gimps, Fringes. Curtains, Drops; Ac, Ac. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar5 50, College St. TO COUNTRY .MERCHANTS. We have a large and well assorted Stock of Fancy Goods which we will sell by the Piece, at a small advance on eastern cost for cash; or on short time STEVENSON A WH ITE, mar23'54 59, College St 1851. NEW SPRING IMPORTATIONS 1851. JAMES NICHOL, NO. 20, ON T1IE SQUARE, 3 DOORS FROM COLLEGE ST. JS now receiving and opening for the Spring trade an as sortment of Silk, Fancy and Staple Goods, that forextent, vaiiety 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 Uosts, to casn buyers or punctual customers, i he stock will embrace the following articles in every variety: Dress l abnes, Embroideries; Ribbons; Lacet; Gloves; Linneiis; White Goods; Clothes; Cassiraeres; Vestinirs, Ac, Ac, to which will be made constant additions, by the arrival of every Steamer, thereby enabling him to present tn those favoring him with a call, "one of the largest and most desirable (election of ar ticles in his line to be found in this citv. Nashville, March 15 '54 TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH. United States Mail Line Through in 48 to 50 Honrs. NEW YORK AND CHARLESFON SEMI- WEEKLY STEAM SJ1IR LINE. Xr. LEAVES Adgcr's Wharves, every Saturday fitfiT?"ana' Wednesday, afUr the arrival of the cars vSp&SS&from the South and West. On Saturday, the new and splendid steamer Jas. Ad Ker. 1.5o0 tons, J. Dickinson. Commander Marion. L- i awtons, . rosier, uommanaer. ! On Wednesday the Union. 1.500 tons. Richard Adams. Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Com mander. These steamers are unrivalled on the coat for safety, sps.-d and comfort Experienced and courteous Comman ders, and tables supplied with ev?ry luxury, will insure Travellers by this line every possible comfort and accom modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Ac commodations, applv at the office ot the Agent wptl5 ly " HENRY MISSROOM, 'Comer East Bay and Adger's Son. Wharves. Cabin passage Jz5. " Steerage $ 8. FALL ARRANGEMENTS. FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH VILLE. BY an arrEngement between the South Carolina, Georgia, Western and Atlantic and Nashville and Chattanooga railroads, goods will be brought2" through to Nashville at the following rates: FIRST CLASS. Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light goods, per cubic foot 32 SECONn CLASS. Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con r... r : , r-r. ; c.:: 1 . 't ...... . , icbui-uai ici, .uijui-uu, -?jin 11. a .ueu.iite, incaSKS Ac, per 100 lbs. .'$210 THIRD CLASS. All Articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer ated in the tariff 01 the road between Chattanooga and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had at the Freight Agent's Office) per 100 lbs 05 Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Ac-eut of iwmuicnuu uiwiiia4 iwuiutu io,, at unaiuinoo.raI aud Agent ofSouth Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam ers at or about 12c, by propellers at 8c, and BaifiiiK ea sels at from Cc to 7c per foot . When the Nashville and Chattanooga road is comi.Ietcd from Chattanooga to the River, a farmer reduction will be made, of which due notice will bo given H. I. ANDERSON. Sut.t N. A O. R H 1 1 av same diflereuce will beSnade when goods are to delivered at Decherd, Sbelbj-rillo and Murfreesboro,' or other stations on our road, as is now made between freights from Nash viHe to Chattano,., and freiswS the above points to Chattanooga, under the arran4S with the Tennesc River M. MT A T. Co drr!,noetDet,t junel6-tf II. I. A. 17ICESH rlNEAPPLESs-Received UiiTdaT . steamer Nashville and for tale by jsir aplS GEORGE GREIG. T" ANANAS Rec'd per Btearaer Nashville, bunchone Fresh Bananas, and for sulo by aplS GEORGE GREIG. GOCOA NUTS Just rec'd per steamer Nashville two tierces Fresh Cocoa Nuts, for sale by aplS GEORGE GREIG. TTUI'S 500 .Drums FreshFigs, superior quality, received and for sale low by npl3 GEORGE GREIG. NELSON'S PATENT OPAGNE GELATINS; and Nelson's Patent refined Isinglass. Just receired tnd for sale by GEORGE GREIG UDKS, E, ItOTVABD. , OiA 1 r J" Ktt; 1 I'-Si, ( .r- CO. COMMISSION ilTJRRGTTANTSi t&WJg'0 " septiki jsev Uiitiin'. ponNn . fCMvuxiAMs, v 'j.vo. a. risitih. I JOnJiSONVHOItKIIVtf C,0'.,i UU WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. Comzdcsionand Forwarding Merchants, and Stcrers of ' iOiicn cnu xocacco. " " July j5.,l 853. PICKETT UACilURDO & CO.. "1 BANKERS "attaCOMitllSSlON MERCHANTS NJi r ORLEANS. W3I. S. PICKETT late of the firm of PICKETT, PER KINS A CO. and J. K. A1ACMURUO. Banker hav- I iug associated themselves in business, will conduct a Jfanuing ana General Cvmmisipn Utisiues 'in tins City. nnder Erin of Pickett, MicMraoo A Co. Particular attention paid to fhcsale'ol Cotton, and t to the shipment ofSupplies and Merchandise crenerally.'' " ' noii y2l Q. If ACGEKGOH," Jf. E. ALLOWAT, J. DAXCUEAC. MACGREG0R, AilOVAY & CO., : C.O.JI-TIISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. Caeles Sieeit, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,) New Orleans - N. E. ALLOWAY & CO.. Nashville, Tennareat all time prepared to make libera? cash advances on ship meets to )ia. ; " seplC L. 01. SIMPSON & SONS, IMPOIiTKRS OP Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Cliampaignes, &c, . NO. 19, HEAVER STREET, NEW YORK. And Rrra ul I'Asnpg. Bordeaux. maylC ly. C S. E. BELL Wholesale and RetaU Grocer. Dealer ia Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Eeeeivmg, EorwaTdiiuj and Ccnjimissioii Merchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23. feb2 It. II. ERASER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, NO. 13 CAr.OIJDELCT STREET, . Now Orleans. REFER TO: ,Gov. A.V.Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; Col.T. H. McNeill Cobhomi county. Miss.; Mvrtlc, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark;, S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co., Pulaski, Tenn.;Ja3. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala. octS ly. WE nA'E just received another supply of Indreth's G.irden Seed, to which we invite fhe attention of marketers and others that have bad their vegetable killed by the late fro. t. STRETCH A ORR, my!2 Druggists, corner Collcgeand Union sts. JOHNSON ;aveb NO. SJ ol, SOUTH MARKET 8THEET, NASHVILLE, 1KNJT., GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING, AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. And Receivers and Dealeis in Cotton, Keepsoa hand a full supply of GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac; AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libc al cash advanceson the same for shipment. (Nashville, Oct G, 1853 wAtw H. L. CliEXSIUW, A. C FAE13 SOMETHING NEW. WE having completed our Shop, and put up all our machines, aro ready to do all kinds of Carpeufers' work ou the thortet notice. SASH. DOORS. BLINDS. wore ou iue tnoneot notice, sash. liUOJtS, ilLINDs MOULDINGS of all sizes, BANISTERS, WINDOW and DOOR FRAMES of all -sizts, completed; BOXES of all kinds on Iiaud at all times: CIRCULAR WORK of any d of all anr miju uouc. nujiur.u ui an tiuas aresseu or sawuj to any size, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches bquare. Persons wanting any thing in our line, wou.d do well to give us a call before purcliiritig eUewhere, aswc are deter mined to do all of our work . ell, and give perfect satisfac tion, and as cheap as it can be done All work delivered to any house in town without cost Shnp on Broad street, west of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, where wo will be found at all limes readv to wr.it ou any person that wants wo: k. " CRENSHAW & PARIS. jan2S ly. I IT,t!M . i-n' ... i , . . - Come one Come all ! This Itock shall fly Frcm its firm base as sooa as 1 1 ! ! FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-1 rpUE subscriber respectfully announces to the duuzens of jl aaa me unu aurruunuin coumrv mat oe na-s noivon hand, and receiving additions daily, a Wire stock of Gents r AtstUU.Aiiti: KEAUl JlAUfci CLOTHING, for Pall ana laier wear. Among which May be found: Fine Black aud Blue Cloth trie auu cuiun. louiiuuierviis i.l lueuilOfL, Pants and Vests oi ever style aud color, to suit the most lasimuoiis. Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S' CLOTHING. Fine Shirts, Undcr-Shirts, Drawers Slan ders, Cravats, Handkei chiefs, clocks, Hats, Cap, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere aeptlS L. POWERS, No St, Market rt, opposite Union Street. N. B. Not to be sold or unuen-old by any man or com bniation of men. " " L. P MVCKERTLioTriRRE 50 half bbls Slackerel: So kits do; J list received and for sale low by JOILN'SO.S'.UORNE A CO , nov22 Broadnav. QTAR CAiNDLES 10U BOXES STAR C-VN kj dies just received and.' tor s.ile low. to close, bv nov22 JOHNSON', HORNE A CO. SUGAR..S0 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR; 20 bbls Loaf Sugar; lo bbls Powder'd do; Just received and for sale by Jliov22 JOHNSON, I10RNE A CO. BAR LEAU-.5 KEliS BAR LEAD; Just received by nov22 JOHNSON. IIORNF. A CO. TTYDRAULIC CEMENT at)0 BARRELS JUL Imsville Hydraulic Cement. emcnt. Ju-t received and for JOHNSON, 110RNE A CO. sale by SALT SOO RAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT; 150 bags Fine Salt; just received br nov22 JUIiXSO, HOltXKACO. , LE! ALE! ! 50 BARRELS "TRACE A XX. n ilkin s superior Pale and Amber Ale, ceivedandforsale tun to close, by just re PQV27 .JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. SCALES ! SCALES ! ! WE ARE CON STANTLY supplied with BlundcH's unequalled W heel and Dormant Scales from l,0u0 to 5,000 lbs., which will be sold exceedingly low. We can also "supply Railroad Tract and Depot Scales, from three to fifty ions, on the mostreasonable terms. JOHNSON, HORNE A CO., nov2C Broadway. FRESH GROCERIES DIRECT FROM NEW Orleans. Xew Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Ri Coflee; Laguyra ColFee; .-pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles Ac. Kor sale low for Cash by JOHNSON, UOKNE A CO. novl5 ' b ANGHORN Ai ARM1STEAD IOO PACK- ages of lainghorn A Annistead's superior Chewing To bacco,jdst received and for sale br octtti JOli.VSON.IIORNE&CO. BACK TO FIRST PRINCIPLES! F. H YR 0NES1 US' HAS just openeda Tailor Establishment on Dead enck street, nearly opjiosiw the Umun and American oflice. where he hones, by dose attention to business, he will receive u shaie cf that liberal tuutiu. age which he formerlv received. fif Cutting and repairing dona in the bst manner, and en the most ra -sonable tenns. 1 febl5 m. TOTICETO ALL. HAVING ASSOCIATED JL with me in the Coach Manu'acturintrKusinessMessrs ROBERT CAPPS, JAMES F. PHELPS and ARCHIBALD STUART, all gmvl Mechanics and industrious men, 1 ask for the counltnuation of ir old customer-, and hoi-e, by a strict attention, to merit tho siuie. ' janl2 6m. , IRA A. STOUT. UNION (WAlfflTAGTORYI Entrance So. 5 fiark Strett, No. S Spi-isig- direct. TJKDEK THE flK.H or IRA. i5. d GO. "TXTE, THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed n Union V tor the purpose of cart irgon the Coach Manufactur ing Business iu all ila various branches having ttken the oldstnndof Ira A. Stout, on Clark Mreet ancf extended through toSprinir Street, tie are ready to compete with any Carriage Manufactory in the State of Tennessee, cn any work brought from tho Norlh if East, and all we ask of our friends and the public is, to gifc us a call for anv article in our line of businav.; Laving tuperior workmen and the best of stock. Also, tie beg leave here to Say that we use no iron but the best Tenuu!.-et, which is the best iron in the United Stiti-s for Coach work. We are aU working mm m,d will use our utmost exertion te gvr& s!iifattion to our uioloaiera. Hud sllpc-soto rv-ng work to rtpair mayrcly on tvttiug it v-hen Lttjmised. 17 All onkra promptly ttcnded to. . IU A A. STOUT, ROBERT CAPPS, i JAMES F. PHELPS, lanli 6m awAo ARCHIBALD STUART, i , WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER!! 0.1 maxjj. a hne assortment of French aud American Paper Hangings for Parlors, HalU, Dining Chambei-s. ALSO, a lliri-M lilt nf l1...n nnnl... U.. T 77.1 r ire Screens, A mdow Curtains, Ac, at , . KL.VGAS A GORBEY, Nashville Wall PaperStore, No. 20 Collegest . N-?-FPer Hanging promptly attended tb,-warranted done in the best manner. an25 'Slj K1. Hi BROCjKWAY, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Clothing, No. 71, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. WE have now in Store over 20,000 Garments snita blelor the cennf? and Snmm in;. .i.r-i L nvite.the.attentiou of Citvand CountryDealers. proved manner, ana will be sold at lss thau listerm.n ces ror Cash or to puntual time dealers ll?? J R. IL BROCKWA Y. T. J. ItOCbTOX. . JXO.J. BEEClT" MOULTON & BEECH, WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DJIUGGISTS AND GROCKRS. Nas.53and5I Broadway. BCnVEEX COLLrOK ANI CUI3EY SlEtXT3 NASHVILLE, TENN. WE are now just in receipt of a large and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, PatnU, Oils, VsrnLics. Dyes, Turpentine, Puttv, Glass and Ghar.-are " .VLSfi A large stock of Groceries and Sundries, viz ; 50 hhds prime Sugar; xw boxes atar Caudlei: aw oags ltio UoCee. 100 bbls Molaues; 50 bbls do; ?0 bbls Crashed Sugar; 10 " Powdered dr; 20 bags Pepper; 10 " Alspice; -w Kegs atls. assorted; I50,Cw Cigars, common and fine; 150 boxes Glass ware, ass ort 3,000 galls Stoneware, as sorted: 1,000 kegs White I,cadj sodozcans ujsters; .0 ye boxes Window Glass i i n fre!ih.1;ea.chc3: 1'000 1,a"r. i bladders; 5x? (3r??nd. S1lces' l'm lbs Span Float Indig.5 50 doz kegsMustard; ,5M lbs Dutch Madder; n0 boxes best Chewing To- 20 bbls Clover Seed bacco: in Timn.i, ' 10 kegs Fig Tobacco, very 200 bushels BIim-Grass; fice article: 150 gross Matches; 150 Reams Wrap Paper; 75 doz Buckets; 40 die Brooms; mar7 '54. -w - -uiuei oeea; 10 casks fine Brandy; 10 " American "Brandr 10 SM.Wine; 100 bbls AVhisky, nil grades; MOULTON A BEECH. UNDER A FULL HEAD OF STEAM I -jQTl SPBDro AlrD SUMMER STOCK 1 1851. No.53, Market Street. ETIrETNclT sortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, adapted to th present and approaching seasons, informs the public that he hasopened the same at his old stand, and u ready, as usual, to sell great bargains for "THE READY." ' His Stock comf rises every article pertaimnj to a gtntleman's ?rf bLbl q''esand most approved strlcs. COAIS-Clotl. Irocc and Dress Ooats-alf colors and styles Drab D Etc. do. Cashmurett and Farmer's Satin do. Linen, do, of all colors and qualities. PANTS- Cas simeTs, plain and fancy, all descriptions. Drab D'Ete Lin en, and a great variety of other Pants every hue and fab"c VESTINCJS-Silk, sitiii, Marseilles, Ac, all kinds. In addition to these leading articles, his stock contains Cravats, Collars, Gloves, fehirti. Drawers, Suspenders. Socks, Hals, Caps, Ac Ho has also a select lot ot Goods, which he will make up to order in the most fashionable manner on thort notice. He returns his thanks to his friends for their former lib eral patronage, and hopes for a continuance of their fiivois He also hemes tLat such as are indebted to him will PY OP immediately, as he is in want of funds. apl4-m. M. SULZBACKER. Aceut HARDWARE- So 2 1 ss $i 9 v a a. 'Si .5 85 EES S U-a !-- rS f-r? to S c c - --. S t-u- o X-3--, 5 be: Sec j; a ?J2 w-go 5- -S s i C : O Q 1 O 5 w a a - - FALL & CUNNINGHAM, Xo. -11 COLLEGE STREET, "INr.sli-crilXo, Tonnossoo, Direct Importers and Dealers in CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS HOUSE BUILD1NS MATERIALS, AND iSL tw rci GENERALLY, at- to give them a call before purchasing Peithers. Ginsensr and Beeswax. rer.Mre.1 lil, ,;..i,, Arfwilw CXCQange tor GOODS or in payment oi lian 11 u. T) ENNS YLVjiNI A RAILROAD. This Road i. beinj now complete, it opens a communication tween Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh and Baltimore, by which freirdit from th Vit EaMera .Market quicker and cheaner than hr anr r iho pi e.-em rival nmies. inev eoiin;t with tli ljn.tr pn aiPitt-burch,fnmSt Lotiis. Louisville, l.'inplnnafi vt.i- a., me uiuereui points on me t estern waters; al lie Cleveland and Pittsburgh Rr.i -II .1.-.t:nc . . . v . Cars run through between PittsburglT'aud Philadelphia, without transhipment of freirht-nn HdranlL ,hltV?. annrepiatedhrall sl.in " " In ease of obstruction of navigation. l.r Freights Westward can be forwarded from Pittsburgh to .!,. W't 1 l. , ... . . vnaiiiuaiijui .u.. us iu iuc luicrior, oyjuiroad Ratcs. ofFreisht between Pittsburgh and Phila. delphin or Baltimore. WLVTXR . . IIRST CLASS. bates. SCMMKn I1AT1S. irv toois, iwots, Shoes, Hats, and Capet-) ing. Furs and Peltries, Feathers, bad-J-I' dlery, Ac J " SECOND CLASS.-Books and" StationVrV, Dry Goods in bales, Drugs, Glassware, I Groceries, (except Coffee.) Hardware, f 7. per 100 lbs. Vets. 75cts cts. COcta ,ii..i...air,.uacuiuery, ju tiotn, wool, ........... THIRD CLASS. ASS Bagging, Bacon, and! ilk, ButlerNilled, Copper in in- I f ork in bulk, got. Flaxseed. Hogs' Hair, Flax, Lcath- j- B5cts. 50cts uru, ,mc 1 teat, hastward. Tar, Rosin, V,hiskcy, 50cfs. 40cts tolton, (m Summer.) Coflee, Lard Oil, (through ) Pork fresh, in lull car loads, at owner s risk I vvv,'lS- yni& AK-'tPittsburgb. hi'nAh01. Aseat '"'adelpbia MAGRAWA KOOXS. Freight A i.mi. n',i: IL U. HOUSTON, Genl Freight, Ag?nt Phi a est t N. V. biladelphia. T) ENNS YLVAN1 A RAIIiRO It IMM ivi o A. PLACES. AVOIDED. Two n .ik- l.inu r" 7 burzh to Philadeluh.a. Runninn- 11,,.. I, ... l-. . ' " Train, Leaving Piltsburgh at 9.40 P. M.-,c h'urji. And by morntngMail Train, Leaving Pittsburgh at 7 A 3l' Through m 17.50 hours, and connecting witb the Trains -'i.ssouri, .moo, i.aienaand Chicago. Illi -Y'"t v spumous, neavuie, .Madison and V ouster. Ohio. Al.-o-connectingat Pitt-burgh with the Steam Packet Boa's fn.m New Oceans, St Louis iSuLs vil eand Cincinnati. Fare th.oi.gh (all theway by lUiiroad to Philadelphia ) frjm Ulncago, Madison and La Fay. ette, Indianapolis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Dayton. Xcnia, Toledo, 1S 23 Columbus, Bellefontaine, 17 22 Zanesville, - -M2 fir, 12 25 l2 2- 1.. 2.. Xewark A Sandusky, 11 7; 1 25 Mantield A Crestline, 11 00 15 00 oos'er, . . ja r,, 1050 io 1.) Jleveiand 14 00 Pittsburgh, 18 00 ' 10 00 8 0- S a-v-engers from the West will find this the short est and inostExpedttious Route to Philadelphia, Baltimore New 1 ork, or Boston. THOS. MOORE, Agent o MIXkMVPV 1 , I,P,we7.Linfi!.l,hiladeIph'ia. IUKIJ.EN, Agent. Passenger Lines, Pittsbur-'h. Piuladslfiua, March 16. 1854 tf " ; EAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. T,Y J. G. POINTS. Ii eft rences. Hon. A. H. H. Stuart, Stanton, Va. Dr.JackShackelford, Courtland, Ala. Hon. J.J. Ortuond, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dr. J. Purice, Mobile. Ala. J. J. McMahon, Esq., Xew Orleans Col. B. a Burnett, 1 B. M. Bradford, Esq., V Aberdeen, Miss. Hon. S. Adams, ) Hon. J.A.Wilcox, (..... Hon. H. S.Foote7 Mississipp,. Tampa, Florida, Jt.aSt '54 ly. . - I st; c . 5 txs 1 msiiinMm I 3 S I T Q .7 I ,,,.' '-'"Sl0" ""u Louisville, Kentucky; Ter re Haute, Madison, L.i Payette and lndianapoUs. Indiana; Ciucinnati.Davton. SniimrheM H.ltr,.t:C 1- . '7 ' E-CHWilRT. b. r. XIBPATBICX. E, C. M'NAIRY & CO.", No. 55 College st,NasaYiUe;Tenn, H 1 If E are now in receipt of the largest gtcck oHiKSLaOua- V T Die uui uuyjus we nave ever ouerea to ine iraae, and in viaw of having soon to move out of the- tiouse we at present occupy, for the purpose of having- a larger and more commoJioua one bntlt on thesamelotwelwill dose outourpresent slock at prices fuc below the regular rates, and buyers wantinganything in our line, would do well to give us an early call, as wo rre determined to close them out to enable us to open an entire new stock iu our new house this fall. anil. R. q McNAIRl A CO. COUNTRY MERCHANTS BUYING in our citv, will find in our stock many nice goods that we will sell at prices that will justify their buying, and if they will come and look through, we feel confident that we can make it to their interest to buy of ns. apll. R C. McNAlRY ACO- w , . DRESS GOODS. TN tlus line our stock far exceeds, both in nauntityand JV. variety, any stock we have ever had, and it embraces all the new designs iu Plaid. Striped. Checked and Plain Silks, Bareges. Greoedincs, Tissues, Twisted Silks, Organ dies. Printed Jaconets. Muslins. T.orrna HrillinntP ffinc-. j buna. Chintzs. Ac Ac, and everything in this way we will I ecll cheap and no mistake. Call early. , PH R. C. McNAlRY A CO. ; WHITE GOODS. PLAIN, Figured, Checked and Striped Jaconets and SwiVs Mu.-lins, Hair Striped, Checked and Plaid Scft Mull and AainsooK -Muslins. Ltotted Swiss, wht and in cols, India Twills, Dimity Damask, Figured Lutlrns, Brilliantes, Bishop Liwns, Bonk Muslins, and every thing in this way. EMBROIDERIES. Every thin? new and desirable in Chemizett and Sleeves. Emb'd Skirts. Po. Hdkli, Jackonet and Sariss Bands, Jackonet and Swiss Edgiugs, Valenciennes and Plaitt Laces and Edgings, Stamptd Collars. Chemizcttes, Sleeve Band?, Hdfcfr," Ac, Ac a new article forembrofder ing. R. C. McNAlRY A CO. apll. MOURNING COODS. SUJ PI UJIMER BOMBAZINES, Canton Cloths, Challys, 'lain and Fitrured Twisted Silks. Crape de Paris 3-4 and 6 4, Black Bareges Alpaccas Ac , iu great variety, apll. R. C. McNAlRY A CO. GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR. BLACK and Fancy Cloths and Cassuneres. Plaid Linens, Plain, Col'd aud Wht Linen Drill;, Summer Cravats, Stocks, and every thing in the way of Boys Summer Clothing FURNISHING GOODS. 8, 10 and 12-4 Bleach Linens and Cotton Sheeting, Pil low Linens and Domestics Bed Ticking, Apron Checks, S 4 and 10-4 Table Damast, Pinner and Tea Napkins, Col'd Bor'd Huck Towels, Col'd Bor'd Damask Towels, Rnssia and Bird Eye Diapers, fine and common Crashes, bath Towels, and and every thing in this wav cheap apll. R. C. McNAIISY A CO. DOMESTIC GOODS. OUR stock or Bleached and Bra Musli&, Cottonades Servants' Stripes and Plaids. Ac, Ac., U unusually large, and buyers wanting any thing in our line of businers, would do well to give us a call before purchasing, as we are determined lo reduce our slock before moving, apll. R. C. Mc.SAlRY A CO. SECOND IMPORTATION. GREAT NOVELTIES ! THOMPSON & CO.; OUR Buyer has just returned from the Eastern Cities, aud we are now opening the most beautiful cooda and greatest bargains ever offered in Nas-hville. We have all the latest Paris, designs, iu Dress Goods, Lice Goods, and Mantles, purchased at extraordinary low prices. Many of our richest Dres Gods, we aro selling a.1 just half jirice Diess Good. SPLENDID Berages. entirely new patterns, at hair prices; China Plaid Silks, the most beautiful lot ever ojiened; French Lawns, very cheap. Common Lawns,- all prices; Linen Cambrics, y?ry cheap; Plain Derage, -all qualities; splendid Flounced Berages; splendid Flounced Tissues; beautiful newSilks; Bridal Di esns, s pi rndid. Organdies. The ma-t Iieantifnl lot we ever opened. Mantles. We would call especial attention to our new Msr.tlrts.- They are most beautiful specimens of embroidery. piendfel l.ite tmoroidered Mlk'r P Colored " d- .. ' MnsUn; Appligne Lace, etc; Beautiful Musi n Uasque?; Needle worked Idnsbn Scarfs. Lacu Good. Real Guitar sets; " " Honeton " : " Valeiiciences seLs; . f. Rich Muslin Bosques: Nee ile worked Frsocb Muslin Dresses Bridal Dresses: ' Veils, very boautiful; . React i fill iVcnch Sleeves; Valentine Collars, a new thing; Valentine Collars, with sleeves. White Goods -it Of every kind a belter assortment than we ever luils 3Ini:riimc Goods. A new supply of black Shailics; . n. . uere tic iiu Iterage Crapej Jlournir.i; iis, etc, etc. Best English Hosiery. Gentlemen's half Hose, every kind; I-adies' best English Long Hose. Irish Linens. A splendid lot made especially for our silt Unens, sheetings, etc; ,-. .s Marseilles Quilts. Alexandre Best Kid Gloves. We have received a new supply. In a ivord, wc neter, had so beautiltil orsocleip a stock to ofier; having, been bought very late in the sea.-cn. We pot only have them exceedingly cheap, but have many things that haTenot been seen before in Ibis mrket. " J. .'-. THOMPSON A CO. ap2a54 No. 21. Public Square. CHITON ,fc ABBOTT, 15, Cedar Street, A RE now receivine their SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF CLOTHING: a comprisinir all th latest ni 1 Lbs, and ot quality, superior to any other in the Uity, Tr.fv- bT ",e beD,0r P,arlr Jh.S" "?.lr? rh,I?IP.h,a'i we can guarantee the WUKK.MA.SM11- to be UULJ. ap!7 tf. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. LANDE & ELSEEACH, No. -18, Market Street, Nashville, Tennessee, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN READY MADE CLOTHING, are now in receipt of a laiee and well assorted stock of elegant READY MADE CLOTHING of the best Materials: so that persons who are desirous of procuring FASHIONABLE GARMENTS can be suited. Customers and Straneers visiline the City are respect fully invited to call and examine tbeir Stock before pur chasing elsewhere. We are convinced that we can se'l LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY, either wholesale or retail. ALSO: Received a laree lot of TRUNKS. SHIRTS. STOCK. Ac faplSj LANDK ELSEUACH. WEal-w, inform our friends and the public, that we have now on hand, a laree and well assorted stock of the latest stTles of SILK, FUR, STRAW, LEGHORN AND CASHMERE HATS. Also, children's fancy HATS and CAPS, unsurpassed in quality, style and Iownes3of price. LaNDEA ELSEBACH, aplS) Hat and Cap M mufacturt rs, No-4i. Maiketst. ALSO. Received thi week a large lot ot Trunks Shirts, Stoek3, etc, for Sale low at an4 LANDEA ELSBACH'S. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT. No. 11, Cedar ft, jice doors from Public Square. YXT'HERE may be found a choice and well select- vjv? V V ed stock of Cloths, Cas.imeres and Vestings, IS of the latest and most beautiful patterns, allot' which If If will be made up to order in the most fashionable style and at as short noticeas can be done in anv citv in the Union. , and at prices to suit the times. Bendy-Made Clothing. Coats, PanL?, and Vest of aU kinds. A tineassortment of Men's Furnishing Goods, Silk and Merino Under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks. Glove-., Sus- penaer.s, uravan, rocket Handkerchiefs. Silt and Linen, Shirt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac Tg" Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine. THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent, marll '54 tf LYONS A' CO. Importers and Dealers in Hat una Cigars, To bacco, and all kinds of Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Cedab Stoekt, Nahville. Conntry orders respectfully solicited and punctually at tended to" this da ra laaelotof superior Ue'-alia Cizais. which tor flavor and quality will surpass any ever brousht lo Xashviltp. W kppn ronstantlv on hand a verv I ir., n. sortment of all description.s of Cigars, which we will sell either at Wholesale or retail, at the lowest prices. Conntrr Country j i ana city dealers are respectiniiy invited to txamir.eour stock before purchasing elsewhere. ap7. H OXh & (JO.. V.i Cedar it. LIQUORS. We keep canstamly on hand" a full mm ply of Brandies, Wines, and all other Liquor of va rious qualities, for either wholesale or retail bv ' P LYONS A CO-19 Cedarstreet. CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACl.'oT t the Theloyersof the weed would do well to call onus -I the we having just received an article of Tobacco of : nuperior quality, very t LYONS A CO.. apt 19 Cedar street O CHAUM PIPES, ic-We are selling die balance of our stock of the above arUclea at cost, to close out. Any one in want of them would do well to call at aP7 LYONS 4 CO'S, 19 Cedar St. No. '"PRESET At thcWholesaWand Retail Druz. Miiclnr ) sand Paper, Brnshea, ted. Gfass, and aLsa ' . W'are Stored JM G. SCOVEL NORTH SIDE QP Hi? PURUC SQUARE, THREE JIOORS WEST OF THE NASHVILLE INN. 60ft galls, best WinferLard Oil; 100 gross Wood Box Matches; loo bushels clean Blue OrassSeed, (Kentucky 1 W do. strip'd do do- do dor 10 barrels Clover Seed; 20 do Plaster Paris; 50 do Hydraulic Cement;- 39 Sacks Osage Orange Srrd, for HedgeFeCMc 100 ounces best London Sulphate Qaujicr 1000 pounds Epsom Salts; 2 barrels Top Onions; 2?0 Dental Files, (Stnbb's;) ilSSMbs RollSnlphur; 125S Hor do; S.T5 pounds Imported Castile Stap; 647 do Indigo; 40 gallons best Coach Varnish; 40 do do Japan do; 40 do do Furniture do; 12 do do Dcmar do; 50 reams Vanderjiools Flint Paper; 1000 pounds French Zine White Paint; 1S00 " Fresh Potty; For FINISHING PARLORS In the most beauliV modem Northern stye, the .subscriber baa obtained tt Irench Zinc AVhite Paint Those who are building fice houses and making improvement, would find this articl decidly superior, withal cidofthe deb'ateriouj "nauen ces of White Lead Paint For sale br feb2I n.O.SCOVEL. KE.TT DRUG STOJR NT . Gr. XiXtO A JsT, (Fonntrly'of the firm of Eicin, Brown A C: , HAS OPENED with an entire new stock; of X, t 1,",SS. .JIdiciiies, Paints, Oils, Perfumerr. TT Ac-,Ac,OQ tbesite formerly occupied by the ofd Ut-J firm,2r0. 43, CoUege Street,, three doors from Union, where he will be pleased to wait upen hi old friend and cbzens generally; Particular attention is girea 10 Phjsi uns Prejcrlpu :nj, which will be filled wiAaccuracr anl dispatch. J . . SURGICAL INSTRTTJIENTS. comprising Pocket Cases, assorted; 1'oeket Vial Cases, Mr eral new pattern-;. Speculum.", assorted; Midwife, Ajnputit rag and Trepanning Instruments, in Cases or separate Tooth Forcep and Keys; Stethescopes; Cupping Appiratus Stomach Pumps; Di.sst cu'cg Instruments; Ac. Ac' l"ruj in every variety 0 complete assortment of everything u. nally kept in thus line may to found at fcbll J ' mi0WX' CoU'SS- Co 1 cave such General satrsfirtiAn 'Tttt. lt. n.n ru.i- Tea and Plantation Imperial are thoajht to be superior to any in tois mariet; also, Te-ts in small caddie of " lbs -. J. (1. BROWN febU TV" INTER STRAINED L.VRD OIL. Six J. O. BROWN. I t bblzjiut received by COD LIVER OIL. Four gross Rushtim, Clark A yOo-'s best artide, warranted (Hire and freh.justrecciv ed by I I'eb 1 1 '54-7 J. G. BROWN. IERMUDA ARROW ROOT. Warranted per "A ,urcBn" 'resii. a nuisuppivai J. O. BROWNS. GO UL A Y BITTERS. A full s-.pply. juv I by tfebll-54.1 J.G.BR t rtceir 'OWN. HAKTS CARMIXATIVK Two Mauufactuie, just received by tebU-V.J. gn. direct troa. J.O.BROWN EWiN BROTHERS, WHOLESALE Jl U G- G- I S T D No. T, North College Sticct, NASHVILLE, TENN, WOULD respectfully inf. am Drucgists, Merchant Physician and Manufacturers, that they have again commenced the DRUG BUSINESS in the new buildingoo College. nenrChnrch street, and intend coEfininctbemsclre to.tlie WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock tsnearlyen. tirelj a fresh one. and they are de'ermined to make both the prices and qualities satisfactory. Ther offer sale low S cash, nr r.n time to punctual men C40 gallnnsbest V.interSnrm Oil, 600 " TOnnereOil; IdtlS pounds Inigo, of prime quality; ls8 do Jlad.lsr. - " V.O do Extract of lay wok1 in small to 4t do- Cocbinealr 65 do Muriate ofTia; 150C do Alum; IW do Refined Sulptlre; lCHO do Epsom Salt; 550 do Gum Camphor; 7.VK do Suji. Carb. Soda; SOGraJFLanes Vertnjfijgw; I" do M'laine s Lirer PilLs; 20 do Fahnestmk's Vermitugi; 100 dor. Mustang Dnlmest; 100 Gro. wood box Muteirt?; 3 d.z. Mason's Iilacsin; ' 250 n.. 0. 1). Caps; IWV pf.unds Bed Lewi drr 500 do Uhila do dn $00 do Lcthatf , lfdO do En. i-veticn lUdt St bu-b. Kenliirly Itiue Grav Syrd. M boxes Ronn'ss'cctch SiiHtl, in Ltt'Wii 21 do Gonrtts do doT SO doz. do tnUatf,-.; 11 mi jiaccaDfiTunu. in eeisr 1000 lbs injirsas.l this. 800 boxes Window Glasa assorts l- 400O lb. patty; 150 pounds Pearl Sage; 110 do Tapioca; 150 do Gum Arabic; Sti doz. Cod L'verOil Rnshton Clarke Jf Cii's rM) do Seidlet's Powders, in tin boxt ; 85 do Soda; " - 6" poun'Is Calomel, EnglUh and Ametfc.. 10 do Hydriodate of Potash; 215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;" it do Aqua Anunonia; 2ft do Sqr. Iodida of Iron; SchstfTelin's Kxtra Powders and Extracts Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, cf rarisi styW Physicians, 1'i-cLet Case of Vuls a large varitr Amputating. Dlsseciing. Lythotomv, Tiepaan"in and Midwife Instrncenti., in cases; Medicine C1k.-ls a variety ofoijles and sizes. Feathers, Beeswax. Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac. takea t "he h.ghest market rates. foctlS tS 1'NlVEItSITY OF NASHVILLE, THIS Inftilutionwas founded br tie State orNctth Car lina in ITS.", as Davidson Academy. It became Cam berland College iu ISOC, and University of Na-hviue- in 1S2C. The Literary Department Will be re-opened under a new Organizatinn, am! v:ii new Building?, on the first Wednesday of October next REV. EDWARD WADS WORTH. D D. Prof of Ethic and Belles Lettres. and Chairman of the Faculty. REV J W McCULLOUGH, D D, Prof of Ancient U,,. guajjes. JAMES L MEIGS, A M, Prof of Mathematics and Natural -Philosophy. REV J B Lt'NDSLEY, M D, I"rof of Chemu-lry and tbi Natural Sciences. E P ZEVALLOS, Prof of Modem Languages. Tuition f 75 er annum Matriculation tee $5. The Law Derjnrtment. Will also be opened on the first .Monday of October nxt FRANCIS B FOGG, Esq. 1 3 WILLIAM F COOPER. Esq.. r Professors. - ,liq Fees for Ia?cturcs ilooper annum. The Medical Department, Closed its first Session with 121 Students and 3 J Graduate it second with 152 Students and Sfi Giadoates and its' third with 220 Students and 71 Graduate. The Fonnh Annual Course of Lecture will commence on Monday the Coth of October next, and continue till tb first of the ensuing March. ROBERT M. PORTER, M D, Prof, or General and St. ciul Anatomy.' J. BERRIEN UNDSLEY. M D, Chemhlry and Piann acr and Dean of the Faculty. C.K. tVINSTON, M D, Materia Jledica and Medical Jurisprudence. t A. 11. BUCHANAN, M D, Surgical and Ptiio!ogicd : Anatomy ( THO vi AS R. JENNINGS, M. D., Institutes of Medicin and Clinical Medicine. ' W. K. BO WLINO, M. D, Theory and Irsctice of Medt cine. : t JOHN JL WATSON. M. D., Obstetrics and the Disea?. 1 of Women and Children. , PA UL F. EVE, M. D Principles and Practice cf Snrr I WM. T. BRIGGS, M D, Demonstrator of Anatomy The Anatomical rooms will be opened for atudeuts ca f the first Monday of October. ' A full Pbelimisart corEsr-ofLeclnres. free to all Sx dents, will be given by the Professors, commeneimr on the I first Monday of October. J j A ClintqtiP has been established, in connection with tin Lniveriit.-nt which operations are performed and cass 1 prescntei for aud lectured upon in presence of tho Clas Amount ot Fees for Ia?cture.s in this D-partment is f : Jf. 1 Matriculating Fee, (paid once only,) ; Prirtical An tf.mr, ilO; Graduating Fee i2.. " Good Board can be obtained for ?3 00 per week. The Annnsl Announcement giving a full account of the several Departments of tho L'nirersiiy may be had bran I" r. - ' - 1.1.1 1.-L.I, i , mari.i ldmweowoctl Setrr Boanl Trustees. Kiarl.'r 1 EDUCATION. Vy LRRELI. wotud inform his patrons and the pub- from Coper's building to the schrol room lately occupied bv Jlr. Paschal, where be will,commence uaching on urxr 1 1 "c ceaerauy uai no is about rooriDg- ma x-riool r . -uouuay. ine room bemg largcand well mrnisaeu, ne wur i be able to accommodato a few more pupils, ile Inrbesi j any thing tliat is usually taught inschooli, and baring bal j consideraUo experience ia teachiws, he hopes to be able u I give general saiisfaction. He is thankful for past patios I hit,, unit lPsnM-tfnlfv-Knirrlfa a continuance of it. and also patronage of others. He will give a vacation dnrinj uionh of Augiut nsayxd'54 If NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to the State Penitentiary are re- lAqicJtca to come forward ana hum payment or me in of May next, or tbeir accounts will be placed in the hands of n officer for collection. RIC1IARD WHITE ap.12. 1 B. A w. Airent EECIIES. A good supply or good Leeches jest re ceiyed and tbrsaleV STRETCH A ORE.