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a , r '- i i GROCERIES. T. J. ?Ss.&CK, . H Wholesa&Se Grccer9 " .COMMISSION, AND FORWARDING MERCHANT Cotton and Tobacco Tactor. Corner of GJtye aiU Church strrtt, JWArwrt. i - --'VFE 200 bajs Rio; 50 bags Havana; 50 do Laguvara: CO do Java. . f -.BS 20,000 Imp. Tte"rana; 13,000 American; 100,0000 Cuba 6's and Melee Cigars; CANDLES 200 ooxes Sperm and Star; 900 boxes Sterine an Tallow; COTTON YARNS A lo": of assorted Nos. Osnuburs, su- penui quality av uuiuuiaviiurn. priurs; FRUITS 100 bis Raisins, assorted sizes; !) drums Figs; .' SO frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans; nSH 60 barrels and half barrels Mackerel; 75 Kits Mackerel; 12 case3 Sardines; FLOUR 200 bbls Gallign; ITS Cincinnati; 75 do St Ijots (Harrison's;) GLASS 800 boxes "Window, all sizes; 125 do Qt, Pt, and K pt- Kata; 75 do Hint Tumb ers and Goblets; ' CO do Squatt and Cap Jars; SO Demijons, five and three gallons; IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sixes, " LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints; 10 casKS Scotch Ale " 75 barrels American and French Brandy; MS do Apple and Peach " j t" 400 do Whisky, various brands; 50 do Holland Gin; , . h N.L.Rum, V- - 85 do Wine, various kinds; MOLASSEsi-lCObblsd ilsreboUed and a House; " 75 bbls St Louis and O Golden Syrup; NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sues; 150 do Wheeling, J" " ' PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pieties; 10 cases Tomatoe Catsup; SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar; 100 bbls St. Louisand Philadelphia Crashed and Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;) SPICES 10 bsgs Allspice; 15 do Pepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks line and coase; 135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt; SOAP 100 boxes ban 50 do FaocySoap; KEEPS 45 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; TOBACCO CO boxes Chewing, assorted brands; or. Ilwm Jpnnr Linil. snneric. tide: SUNDRIES Indigo Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil Lead, Powder. Shot, Salairatus, Soda, Axes, Chains, Patntt-d Buckets, Ac, 4c. For sale low far cash by T. J. CLACK. 39Liberal advances on consignments. WANTED 100,000 Hjs of clean washed Wool; ifhiivtolha ltncnnand Lard: Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng. For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries. funis. jmjj-w. iTROUKlllHS. JSC I-ltESIl AmiUAI-s. 200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop; S!5 sacks I -aguyra Coffee; 10 bbls Mackerel, fish of '53; JiO do gjodJava do; 50 hhds new Sugar; .'.0 bbls Molasses; JSQ do do; 25 do Golden Syrup; 20 do Crashed Sigar, 0 do Pondered do; 80 do Loaf d; 20 kits do; 20 boxes Cod Fish; 20 Smoked Herrings; Sardines; Jgal.ntjarPickl Lemon Syrup; .VKbtkSk""' 200 20 20 10 .i'uoz painted Duckets; 10 tierces lresli lucc,,, M.10 nests rubs: no Doiesjjni-s; 5 caks London Porter; iiK) drums Smyrna Figs; lo bags Alspice; 10 bags SS Almonds; 20 " Pepper; 2 casks Pecan NiUs; 10 " Race Ginger. 8 bbls Brazil do: "With numerous other articles in the grocery line, just receivea aua lor sale low lor VjAStii DV dscll E. S. CHEATHAM" A CO. CHAMPAGNE. f BASKETS and boxes fine Champagne; a superior ar t)v tide of the bet! brands. Just received and for gala by decllj E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. HAE WINKS, HUANDIES, Arc. 10)5 CASKS OLD MADEIRA; 5 if ' " Sherry; 5 " " Port; lOV pipe pure Cognas Brandy, old and tine; 20 casks " " " 2 pipes " Holland Gin; 2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky; lo boxes assisted Cordials; y For sale by fdecU E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. RECTIFIED WHISKY, " A RARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKY; For sale low O U by decllj E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. QCGU ll'CCEA.... .... ...FBED. TEBUASS. McCREA Ac TERHASS, Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IS Liquor, Iron, Castings, Kails, Flour and Salt, Ao. 35 Broad SI., Nashville, Tenn. SUNDRIES. 103 hhda. prime N.O.Sugar, 150 bbls. M'iltse, 20 bas spice, 80 " gfnger, 4 bbls. putty, 5 " alum, 5 ' brimstone, 40 ca$ks soda, 150 kegs white lesd, S00 boxes pint and quart flasks, 100,000 llavana segars, 50,000 melee and Cuba six segars, 100 gross matches, 125 boxes and X boxes star candies, 175 boxes tallow candles, 75 " bar soap, 100 cases gunpowder and imperial tea, 6 bbls. Epsom salts, 75 boxes tj oy 10, 10 by 12, and 12 by 18 glass. 100 boxes and J bxs raisins, CO " lemons, 2 cases indigo, 1 cask madder. 2O0 X " do.. 25 k.rs colden svrun. 850 bAgs UiStimori Coffee, vo " liavanna 127 " Lxginra 50 Dockets old Java do., do , do., 10 bbls. loaf and powdered Sugar, S tierces Ktcd. 60 boxes Langborn A Arm stead's Tobaivo, K) boxes other brands, -.000 lbs. birhud, bags shot, assorted, ,in0 G. D. iwrViou cps, kegl powder. . t boxes starch, -vo demijohns, .AlO bags tiue salt, l'XKJ bb!s. Kan. d., S00 boxes W. It. cheesy, 150 " 1D. do 75 doi. plough line-i itnd bed cords. ij bigs pepjr, 150 buckets. The abovu will 1)3 uld very low at S5 Broad st. by McCREA &TERRASS. To H tiirouU ami Turnpike Contractors. DOZ. p'.cts, 12 doxen shovels, O 10" mattocks, 40 drills, 10 ' spdt-s, 75 steel pointod erow bars, 5 " sleJge hammers, 50 crow bars, unfinished; In store and fur sale low b v McCKBA TERRASS. LIQUOITS. PIPES liu3 b.-andies, 200 bbls t) I " HolUudgin, 1 puncheon lrUi wnisky, SiW " 40 bbls. pjrt ine, some very 75 " Pike's magnolia wliisky, Tenn. ree'd da, Bowers' do., magnolia rye do., old Bourbon do., American brandy, N. K. rum, copper D. whisky. New York cin. line. 50 5 bbl. slierrv nine, 5 " Madeira do. i0 " s-.vrt MaU, 15 boxes Muscat wine, X5 " clai-et do., &) " braudveherrie, 25 40 60 2V pipes cherry brandy; 40 baskets champaign wine, iqe auova m oe iuiu yeiy 11ml m liliir-al tune, at S5 Broad st. bv McCREA i TERR ASS. BUANDIES AXI WINES. Ill yA casks superior Brandy, (warranted pure,) 5 quart casks old Port Wine; 5 " ".Madeira do 2 half pijies vers fiue Brndy. For sale by 'indil0'54 " R. F.BELL, DOJIESTIC LIQUOUS, 25 bbls New York Bn.ndv; 10 " Gin. For sale br mchlO'54 "R.F. BELU No. 23 College st, opposite Sewanee House. iiUlJ.VK Boo lihds Louisiana Sugar all grades, tn Q Store and tor sulc by W. H. GORDON & CO. M GLASSES 200 barrels Craighead's Molasses, for sale by mar 22 W. 11. GORDON A CO. NAILS 5oo keg Shoenbergcr'f. Nails all sixes.for sale by innria V. H. GORDON A CO. OACK SALT 14'X'bags nneSacknlt, lor sale toar O rive per lnxpiois by W. 11. GORDON A CO. raar22 '64 B for sale by tiior22 W. 11. GORDON A CO. . iTAll CAXDMfti 125 packages Werfc A Co, Star O Candles, in whole', halves and quarters, fir sale by u qiianers, ifrsaie uy W. II. GORDON A CO. mar22 G LUVKK SEED 15 barrels l'ennsylvauia Clover Seed for sale to arrive per Americus by mar22 W. H. GORDON A GO. EIO COFI'EE G.i bags Rio Coffee lor sale to arrive per E. Howard, bv W. 11. GORDON A CO. mar22'5t. XTAIIS.-I OCO KEGS SIIOENIJElUajK'S 1 CELEBRATED NAILS.' all sb-.es. For sale bv jan5 W. II. GORDON A CO. I.ASSWAIti:. OO llOAKS ASSUIU liU T Tumblers, Jars, Lantlierus, Ac. For sale by "jCnS W. II. GORDON A CO. r-fUitACVO 200 ItOXES BARTLETT JONES' X. Extra Virginia Tobacco; 100 bu.11 Ferguson's Extra Virginia Tobacco; 10O " Siubuletield's do; 100 " Good Hin's do; 100 ' lloaz do; With various odier brands, for sale bv jn5 W. II. GORDON & CO fmc PSIOOI' SAFES. WE HAVE ON I. hand agencr.il Assortment of Rich A Co.'s celebrated i ire l rm.f Sales, acknnn led ired by all wherever tbey have bwtn ttnod. ii .1... 1.. ...-1- r.i.. uj ..r.-...,.i "."" r auy ,)lher numlrr We sell at Manufacturers pnees,rr.iguta,i, W. 11. GORDON A CO j ana rllGAKS. ltt.VSi:s I. viniiirnv OAI.I A rniAiis isAI OI.EON RE- 10 cases Watarnd Regalia Cgnrs. 10 " VaodenngJew jn. 6 " I.ss Tres Manas " j ' 5 " Ia Ftella With various other brands, for sale bv the case oniv J"5 y- iUUI)0. icO nriiAi PING PAPCUIoo HANDLES f y usi itranOT iiiiu.' 1 aix-r, Iorsa)Bl,T jano W. H. GORlmv I R ECEIVED PER STEAMER ItEscilP l 50 bbls. Clover Seed; 100 bbls Flour: 200 bags Buck Wheat Flour. For sale low tor cash by feb24 CHAS..1. CLACK. PERFUMERY in every stvle, French, German and American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac., Ac Tooth Powder and Paste, Fiver's Aroniar'tic Vinegar, Glenn's hote B .-srs Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and while 'odwr Soap, Burbrrs Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a -J assortment of Plain and Fancy Soaps, liair Bribes, " Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fine Combs, 'a. Powder Pulls and Boxes, LiIIrtMiite, AUtas- febll-'il J. O. BROWN. GllOGEEIES- O..M. NICHOL, J. l'EACOClf, JSO. F. SAIJDEttPOX: jHCHOL, PEACOCK & GO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Forwardim; and Commission iMerchants, COItA'ER OP MARKET A ClJDItCII KTf, NASIIVII.I.'E. TENNESRJEK. I'RESII AKIIIVALS. JUST received per New Orleans. Cincinnati ana iiiu burg steamers, the following artides, winch mare cf. lering low forcash. Country ilercliantsana ueaae. jallvwill do well to call and examine for themselves. . '. . a r .t Arm Ilrnrmfif 750 bags prime iuo v.ou-, SO ao Aiazuyra ui . , 100 bblsm?me N O Mo!asses;5o0 do No 1 do; 160 H bbls do do; 150casKS Desv r.ngusu rxKia; 150 htids Sugars, all graaes; jg Ijar Crutbed ana rownereu Duais, .j 25 bags repper; ,"-,""-" '''""'""I 15 do Spice; 50 bbls Soda Crackers; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 50 do Butter do; 100 boxes M Raisins;" Cotton "i aras assorted; 50 boxes Cod i isn; 2 gross asli XSoards; 60 do Herring; 15 nests Tubs; 20 bbls Mackerel; 5 casks 11 rand r: loo kits, assorted numbers; 3 do Signette Brandy; 10 cases iresn sardines; 25 boxes Pickles, assorted; S do do; 5 do Madeira Wine; o DDis isnmstonc; 5 do Sherry do; 10 do Port do; 25 bbls S M Wine; 40 K bbls SM Wine; 25 bbls Holland Gin; 50 do American Brandy; 60 do Old Hour Whisky; 50 do Old Monong do; 10 do Alum: 250 bags fine Salt; l60-uemijoans, ass d sixes; 10 frails Almonds; 100,000 Cigars, var brands; 800 boxes prime Cheese; 150 do Quart Flasks; 100 ao rmt do; 25 do Old Rye do; 5 0 do Fluted Tumblers, as;200 do Rectined do; 200 Kegs Kails, assorted; 20 do uia reacn urauay; Together with all other articles usually kept in our line. Call at NICHOL, PEACOCK A CO.'S, feb3 Corner of Church and Market sts. BEX. V. NOKL TUOS. C. BEEGK A. TILIl BEN. Iff, NOEL & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, comnssioN, receiving and FORW AltDING MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, College Street. WINES AND LIQUORS. 200 bbls Pike's M'a Wtiisky; 1 pipe Irish Whisky; 100 do Fate s Reclined do; 50 do Brown's D D do; 50 do OldMonong'la do; 50 do Old Bourbon do; 100 do American Brandy; SO do X E Rum; 0 do Gin; 40 do SMWine; 15 do Walker's Ale; 2 M pipes Madeira Wine; . 1. . ' i' 2 do Holland Gin: 20 bbls Old Port Wine; 20 do pure Peach Brandy; 25 do Apple do: 50 bk's Uhampagne, B B; 40 boxes assorted Cordials; 20 do Hock Wine; 20 do assorted Brandies; 25 do Claret Wine; 20 do Muscat do; 20 do Brandy Cherri" 10 M casks Madej N BEN. M."0- 8 pipe OM Brandy; iu efore and for sale by - TOBACCO AND C ARS. 50 boxes Gus Jone's'-Tobacco;20 bxcs Missouri Tobacco; 50 do ISoax.t uoodwin do v uo xveniucay uo; 25 do Boaz's Gold Leaf 1; 20 do Mussulman's Jieclar 15 do Pheuix do; teal tobacco; do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco; do; 10 do Albrett's " do; do; 10 do Wetherington's do; do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars; do; 80 do Johnson s do; do; 40 do Cuba Six do; do: 10.000 Napoleon Regalia do; 15 do Sara Woods 10 do E S Whim's 5 do Red A Nash's 10 do AUiion's 25 do Fennell's 10 do Daily's 10 do c.naus 10 do Young & Burnett's do;10,000 Jenny Lind do; In store and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL & CO. LATE ARRIVALS JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE. 250 hhds Sugar, all grades:500 bags fine Salt; 800 bags Rio Coffee: 2)0 ba"S coarse Salt; 1U0 bags Maucaba Coffee; 50 " Laguyra " 30 " Old Gov'nt Java; 267 bbls Molasses; 150 do; 160 V" do; 100 boxes Tinplate; 300 " Rosin Soap; 100 " Starch; S00 bbls Kanawha Salt; 80 " Mackarel; 150 kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 do; 100 boxes Star Candlec; 100 " Tallow do; 10 coils Maullai Rope; 150 gross Matches; 600 Bags Shot; 8000 lbs bar Lead; 29 bbls Copperas; 100 " Fancy Soap; 500 kezs asstrd Whe'g Nails;200 boxes qt, pt. and J pint 200 casks sup Carb Soda: Flasks; 100 bxs Va. and Ky. Tobacco; 10 bbls Alum; 500 Demijohns, assorted; 0 " Brimstone; 100 bbls Loaf Sugar; S00 boxes Cheese; 25 " Crush'd and l"d Sugar 10 bbls Spanish Brown; 10 ceroons best Indigo; 5 ' Vemtian Red; 75 bbls Clover Seed; 25 bags Pepper; 10 qr. csks A Sign't Brandy 10 ' Spice; 10 " J J Duprey's do; 50 boxes Teas, assorted 2 casks Holland Gin; 100 gross Blacking; 20 qr casks P. and M. Wine;100 boxes Sardines; To bbls A M lirandy & uinjooocans iresn uysters; 20 bbls N E Rum; 220 boxes Lemon Svrup; 100 bbls DD Brandy; 50 boxes Claret aud Cordial; 50 Pike's Whisky: 20 " assorted fictles; 20 " Hrandy Cherries; 4 bbls Corks; 10 tierces Rice; 20 nest Tubs; 50 doz Painted Buckets; lOOdoz Hemp aud Cotton Cords; 5000 Melee Cigars; 200 25 42 60 20 20 Ohio Rect'd do; Old Rye do; Old Mong do; Old Bourbon do; Old Reserve do; Peach Brandy; Apple do; 10 8000 Spanish Cigars; Together with everything in our line, which we offer to the trade low for cash. LANIER A PHILLIPS, jan25 5 a w Market street EMtESII ARIUVALSOO Jilibs. mjI.ak, all grades; "00 barrels of Molasses; 100 half barrels of Molasses; 5 tierces of Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; 20 packages of Cranberries; 150 I ackages of Raisins; 10 bags ot Almonds; 20 casks of Porter and Ale; 20 coils of Manilla Rope; 60 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Baskets; 100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac; 20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts; 20 packages Cogniac Brandy; lOpackages Maderia and Cherry Wines; 40 packages Port and Malaga 'incs; 70,000 superior Havana Cigars; 500 Demijohns; 50,000 Corks. For sale by fjsnl2 EDWARDS A HARRIS. 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 partotibe city, for thirty dollars, or any part at propor tionateprices. 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 knivej and forks,1 1 do carvers, 2 washing tubs, 1 xinc wasoboard, 2 doz cloth pins, 1 clothesline, 1 clothes basket, 1 corkscrew. 1 sett kitchen fire irons, I " fire dogs," 1 pepper box. 1 110 our dredtrer. 3 pie plates, 5 muffin rings,; 1 line wash pan , S cup pan, 1 block tin coffee pot, 1 do do do, 1 butter bucket. 1 funnel, 1 waiter, 1 water bucket, cedar, l cocoa dipper, 1 tin do, 1 colander, 1 basting spoon, 1 skimmer. J scrubbing brush, 6 smoothing irons, 1 iron table spoons, 1 do do. 1 meat fork, 1 cook's knife, 1 scrubbing brush, 1 cake cutter, 1 coffee mill, 1 knife box, 1 do cleaner, 1 pastry board. 8 japanned chamber bucket,' 1 biscuit cutter, 1 dust pan, 1 flour seivo, 1 potatoe masher, 1 rolling pin, 1 wooden spoon, 1 towel roller, 1 doormat. 1 cake turner, 1 nest spice boxes, 1 match safe, 1 pint measure, 1 RKwhip. 2 japanned candlestiaks, 1 tea cup mop, 1 paper grate stove polish, SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.. No. 1", College st, Nashville. Wehave also a full assortment of ConkingStoves, Ovens, Skillets, Fry Pans, Sauce and Stew Pans, and othar arti cles suitable for houe-keepers, which we warrant to be of the best quality, and will be sold on the lowest and most accommodating terms. marl5'54 NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS V. S. MAIL PACKET npHE splendid new passenger steamer, a Pt L II. It. W. HILL, Tuos. Newel, Mas- RJ-wsJgiM ter, will run in the above trade this sea- Jt5Jifc2i son, leaving Memphis on her first trip on Saturday, 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. The splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will leave Nashville everv Wednesdav, at C P M, with freight ana passengers lor lite Hill. A. HAMILTON, ' I Agent. OClt A. 1. DAVIS. NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS U. S. MAIL PACKET LINE, For Memphis, New Orleans, St. Louis and Louisville, T R I - W E E K L Y . THE splendid new Passenger Steamers, CITY OF HUNTSV1LLE, JOHN SIMPSON and EMBASSY, will leave Nash villeeve; o'clock. T-il!a flin the splendid New Orleans steamers, Bulletin, II R. W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving 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 tiavel either orth or South. For freight or passage apply to rnyi2 HAMILTON, Nashville. CIRCULAR SAWS. A G?SH,l???,I'tDJent of "HOE A CO.," and other brands T, CIRCULAR SAWS, from the smallest to the lar gest sizes. Just received and for sale bv mar3. all A CUNNINGHAM, No. 47 Col leire street Jb lWrm?.e.5! !!?.AV between Uni.a rytn . . . plTto ' - oi me vear, v 1 xiii:i, - "r In. mar29. 'U Oenl Ag't,No.50Cherrfst, ry MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 P M., connecting ft Paducab, with ths daily Louis- A St. I Willis u. S. Mail Boats, and at Memphis with DRY GOODS. GRAND EXHIBITION, ..-..' you 1854, OF .- STAPLE AHO BRY GOODS.' LATEST IMPORTATIONS. AHERICAN. ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SWISS, BELGIAN, Clc. GOODS DAILY ASBIVING! THE undersigned having remained a considerable time in the Easieni cities, and used nucomniou exertions this Spring in the selection of Goods, cau conhdently say thai the stock he now offers to his customers will far excel any that he has ever had ihe pleasure of exhibiting and also can say, with confidence, that styles, designs end pri ces will favorabl v compare with an v in the mai ktt. r . - 1 . ' 1 - r . it r . l. r: J . 1 uespecuiiuv bouciiiog u cuu uuui uis ineuus ami vua tomerx, especially the ladies. JOHN IC I1DMK, f asnionaDio emporium, no. w, uonege m. marl2 1854. FANCY DEPARTMENT. 185 1. EHBHOIDIKS, DKEBS GOODS &c Emb'd Vol Lace Collars; Jacpnet Bands; Swiss " ' Flouncirgs; Laces and Edges; Einb'd Mus. Kobes; Aplique; Mourning Embrodenes; ' Chemiz'ts A Sleeve s, Habits with ' Linen Collars; Malise plaitt Chemizets, (Jollars ana oieeves; Emb'd Handkercbiefc Uudersleeves: Crapes, c Rich Plaid Glacei Silk; Chiller de Beze; " Checks " Flounced Robes; Beautiful Silk Robes; Barege " Plaid Bateste; Pans urganuj ; Col'd Ponet de Soie, Printed Linen Cambrics. ALSO Black and colored Embroidered Mantels; " " Apilique " " Chantclly " ALSO Rich and beautiful Ribbons, Ac, ALSO Gold Embroidered Grenadine on exhibition at JOHN K. HUME'S mrl2. Fashionable Emporium, No. 57, College-st. -x T i:V CUOUS. u' Hr dailv receiving from the X Eastern Cities a very largo and . . t .v ..r aesirauio sun ' StanleA Fancv Drv Goods, oflhe very latest ana nauu ut,;.h no will b,1I atvervlow prices. Our buver. Mr. L. 1). Stevenson, has been tn New York all of the Spring and made arraneements which win 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 che-pest to be found in the city, and we cordially invite yo cail upon us and see if e are able to realize toe Kcliu",UI,a "cm uul" STEVENSON A WHITE, mar2S 54 5. CoUe-ge St. T ADII,J,y DRESS GOODS. Plaid and striped j Slt Brocade Silks, --laid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra quality, Plaid Plain aud Figured Berages, Beraee Robes flounced. Misses Beraee Robes. Jaconet Robes, flounced, Embroidered Muslin Robes nonnced, French Lawns and Muslins great variety. Dotted Swiss, and tigured Muslins, Organdie Muslins, French Chintzes, F.nglish Chintzes and Ginghams, Linen Cambrics in great varieties, Sun-Shades and Parasols, A great variety of Fans. STEVENSON J: WHITE, mar-23 59, College St. T73IInOIDEliIES. The most varied, choice and l'v beautiful assortment of Embroideries, we have ever exhibited, consisting of Elegant Collars, Sleeves, Chemisettes, Collarettes and Sleeves in Setts. Maltese Honiton Valencienne Plait Lace, and Cambric Col lars and Sleeves, Flouncings and Bands In Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, Scotch work Inserting and Edirinsrs in Dew desiens. Lace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laces, &.C.&C. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 J 59, College St ! f ANTIIiLAS. We have a larire and handsome a- lll. sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the novelties of the season, consisting ot Embroidered Applicaani Lace trimmed Mantillas, Embroidered Muslin Mantillas, Crape Shawls and Lace Scarfs. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59, College St ( ENT'S VARIETY GOODS. Mask and Fancy VJI r rench Uloths and Uassimeres; i rench Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Vestings, Marseilles Vestings, French Drab de Etes, Patent Shirts with French Bosoms, Merino Under Shirts, Lisle Thread and Raw Silk do. Linen and Cotton Drawers, Liren Collars, British and German halfhoisery. Summer Cravats, Embroidered Ties, Fancy Silk Cravats, black do, superfine quality, Plain and colored Handkerchief. Silk handkerchiefs; Silk Suspenders, Alexander's Kid Gloves, Silk do., Thread Gloves, Linen do, Ac Silk and Gingham Umbrellas- STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59, College St. HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. Rich Satin Da 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 Damask Towels, White and Colored Marseilles Quilts, Gilt Cornices do. Pins and Bands, Cords, Tassels, Gimps, Fringes. Curtain3, Drops; Ac, Sc STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59, College St rpo COUNTRY Jl ERCII ANTS. We have J. large and wvll assorted Stock of Fancy Goods which we will sell by the Piece, at a small advance on eastern cost tor cash; or on Short time. blh. t,.sU.N iWllllt, mar23'54 59, College St 1851. NEW SPRING IMPORTATIONS. 1851. JAJtfES NICHOL, NO. 20, ON THE SQUARE, 3 DOORS FROM COLLKGE 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 he 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: Dress Fabric?-, Embroideries; Ribbons; Laces; Gloves; Liunens; W h i t e Goods; Clothes; Casimeres; Vestings, Ac, Ac, to which will be made constant additions, by the arrival of every Steamer, theiebv enablinir him to present lo those favorin? him with a call, one of the largest and most desirable selection of ar ticles in his line to be found in this city. rasnvnie, jiarcn lo 04 PROTECTION INSURANCE C03IPANY OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund 81,000,000! INCORPORATED 1825. Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most favoi able terms, against LOSS OR DAMAGE IJY FIRE, OR THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION, by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT, Agents for Nashville and Davidson Countv. jel tf, FALL ARRANGEMENTS. FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH VILLE. TT)V an arrangement between the South Carolina, JLJ Georgia, Western andAtlanticand Nashvillej and Chattanooga railroads, goods will be brought,. through to Nashville at the following rates: FIRST CLASS. Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light goods, per cubic toot g2 SKCOXD CLASS. Boies Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con fctionaries,Camphene,SpiritsTiUTentiiie,ui casks Jc, per 100 lbs. .'2io TillltD CLASS. All articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer ated in the tariff of the roads between Chattanooga and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had at the Freight Agent's Office) perloo lbs 51 05 Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates must be plainly and distinctly marked to thocareol Agent of Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooga, and Agent ofSoulh Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston. Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship by steam ers st or about 12c, by propellers at 8c, and sailing ves sels at from 3c to 7c per foot When the Nashville and Chattanooga road is completed from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be made, of which due notice will be given II. I. ANDERSON, Sunt N. A C. R. R. Co S. B. The same difference will be made when goods are to be delivered at Decherd, Shelbyville and Murfreenboro,' 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. junelO tf II. 1. A. 17VUESH 1 INE APPLES Received this dayp7r l. steamer Nashville and for sale by aplS GEORGE GREIG. T AN AN AS Reed per steamer Nashville, bunchone rcsh llananas, and tor sale by aplS GEORGE OREIO. COCOA NUTS Just ree'd per steamer Nashvilletwo tierces Fresh Cocoa Nuts, for sale bv aplS GEORGE GREIG. 1 "TTIIGS 500 Drains Freshb'igs, superior quality, received JL ana tor saie low Dy gplS GEORGE OREIG. "VTELSON'S PATENT OPAGNEGELATINs; J.N and Nelson's Patent refined Isinglass. Just received md for sale by GEORGE GREIG feb25. OR JUNE. liAKPtlt'o Jliuiiiiin ruu Jii.w. The beginning of a volume. Now is the time to sub scribe. Subscription received and single copies sold by june3. '54 F. IIAOAN rn' "PINE APPLES. 6 dozen ery Hue nuo ppies JL J just received per steamer America. may 24 J0HN.NIXON, Jr. AKDS. S-A.SCVTKE, V. 1 WALtACE, B. noWAED. SAWYEtl. WALLACES GO. 'COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW lOKh.. ' E. HOWARD, teptlG A Orlean. f . nnnvp u W1LL1AHS. JXO. A. FISHES. JOHNSON, JIORNE & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Comalicsand Fcnrardin? Merchants, and btorers 01 Cotton ano xcoacco. "ntr ofMarktt and J.'roai Aaslirtll. Tenn. julv 8, 1853. PICKETT. MACMUHD0 &-C0.. It ANKE.US nnd COMMISSION MERCHANTS Jf J-jH V ti Ij A -a- O WM. S. PICKETT late 01 the arm oincnr.i 1, mi. KINS A CO.l and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav- inir associated themselves in business, will conduct a in this Citr. under firm of Pickett, JUoicrdo & Co. . ; j t. a rP.imn nnil fn Iha i articular auemiun pum w n aic y wnuw, wtu ... shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally. ... j - O. MACGEKGOR, . K. ajuluk ai, j. Ua.,u., KACGEEGOH, AliLOWAX & UU., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. Cuablks Steiet, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,) Nciv Orleans. 13?- N. E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship ments to us. fopl6 ' L. H. SIMPSON & SONS, IHrOBTElIS OF Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignes, &c, NO. 19, MFA rER STREET, NEW TORN. And Rm la Bastidk. Roedkacx. may 16 ly. B. F. BELL. Wholesale and Eetail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 28. teb2 R. 11. ERASER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, NO. 13 CAUOSDELET STREET, Now Orleans. REFER TO: Gov. A. V. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; Col.T. II. McNeill Coahoma county, Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark;, a J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea k Co, Pulaski, Tenn.; Jas. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala. octD ly. ATE HAVE iust received another suid1 v of Imdreth's V T Garden Seed, to which we invite the atlcntion of marketers and others that have had their vegetables Killed by the late fro.t. S r RETCH A ORR, my!2 Druggists, corner College und Union sts. JOHNSOM & WEAVER, ho. 29 1 31, sorrrn MAnKET street, nasijyille, tenn., GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING, AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. And Receivers aud Dealers iu Cotton, Keeps on hand a full supplv of GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac; AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe al cash advances on the same for shipment. Nashville, Oct. 6,1853 w&tw R. L. CBENSUAW. A. C 7A1U3 SOMETHING NEW. WE having completed our Shop, and put up all our machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carpenters' work on the shortest notice. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS of all sizes, BANISTERS, WINDOW and DOORFRAMES of all sizes, completed; BOXES of all kinds on hand at all times; CIRCULAR WORK of any kind done. LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed to any size, from one quarter of an iuch to thirty inches square. Persons wanting any thing in our line, wou.d do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we are deter mined to do all of our work well, and give perfect satisfac tion, and as cheap as it can be done. All work delivered to any house in town without cost Shop on Broad street, west of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, where we will be found at all times ready to wait on any perso n tliat wants work. CRENSHAW A FARI8. jan26 ly. Come one Come all ! This Rock ah all fly From its firm base as soon as I ! 1 ! FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-1. rr'HE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of JL Nashville and surrounding countrv that he has now on hand, and receiving additions dailv, a large stock ol Gents FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall and Winter 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, Paletots, Box, Frock and Dress Coatg, Business do., and other styles and colors too numerous to mention. Pants and Vests of ever style and color, to suit the most fastiduous. Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S' CLOTHING. Fiue Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers Suspen ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac. Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elseu here septic L. POWERS, No 34, Market St, opposite Union Street. N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com bniation of men. L. P. TITACKEItEL 20 HARRELS MACKEREL: 1VL 80 half bbls Mackerel; 30 kits do; J ust received and for sale low by JOUNSON,HORNE A CO., nov22 Rroadwav. STAlt CANDLES 100 UOXES STAir CAN dies just received and for sale low, to close, by nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE & CO. V SUA SO HARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR; 20 bbls Loaf Sugar; 10 bbls PowderM do; Just received and tor sale bv nov22 Johnson, horne a co. BAR LEAD 5 KEGS ISA It LEAD; Just received by nov22 juusu., iiois.Nt; & co. TTYDItAULIC CE.1IILVT 300 RARRELS 11 Louisville Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for sale bv JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. SALT 150 b aOO BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT: bags Fine Salt: just received bv noVJJ JOHNSON. HORNE A CO. ALE! ALE! ! SO RARRELS "TKAC13Y Ac Wilkin's" superior I'alc and Amber Ale. just re ceived anutorsale low lo close, by nov27 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. O STANTLY supplied with Blundell's uneaualled heel and Dormant Scales from l.OoO to 5.000 lbs., which will be sold exceedingly low. We can also supply Railroad Track and Depot Scales, from three to fifty tons, on the most reasonable terms. nov26 Rroadway. TTTVRESII fSlrOfK.ltlfS IllllKfrr I'lMHI VI-' iv JD Orleans. Js'ew Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Ri,s Coffee; Laguyra Coflee; f-pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. Ac. For sale low for Cash by J OHNSON, HORNE & CO. nor!5 u ANGHORN A- A1UIISTEAD. 100 PACK- ages of Ijinjhorn A Armistead's superior Chewing 'f 0 bacco, just received and for sale bv oct2G JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. RACK TO FIRST PRINCIPLES! F. IIYIIONEMUS to business, he will receive a shaie of that liberal pairou nge which he formerly teceived. Cutting and repairing done in the best manner, and on the most reasonable terms. feblS fim. "VTOT1CETO ALL. HAVING ASSOCIATED ll with me in the Coach Manufacturing lfii.siness .Messrs, ROUERT CAPPS, JAMES F. PHEM'Sand ARCHIDALD STUART, all good Mechanics and industrious men, 1 j ask for the countinuation of my old customers, and bOe, I by a strict attention, to merit the s;uue. I janl2 Cm. IRA A. STOUT. 1 UNION COACH FACTORY! Entrance Ao. 5 Clark Street, iVo. Spring- Street. UNDER THE FIRM OF IRA A. STOUT & CO. WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Union for the puriose of caryingon the Coach Manufactur ing Business in all its various blanches having taken the ohlstnndof Ira A. Stout, on Clark Street and extended through to Spring Street, we are ready to compete with any Caniage Manufactory in the State of Tennessee, on any work brought from the North or East, aid all we ask ot our friends and the public is, to give us a call for any article in our line of business; having superior workmen and the best of stock. Also, we beg Itfave here to 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 wiil use our utmost exert"ons to give satisfaction to our customers, and a!! person, naving work to repair may rely on getting it when promised. Jf" All orders promptly attended to. IRA A.STOCT, ROBERT CAM'S, JAMES F. PHELPS. janl2 fttn bwAo ARCHIBALD STUART. WALL PAPEIH WALL l'Al'ER!! D. MA1). a nne assortment ot JsMfEtiS French and American Paper ''iM Hangings for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms. Chambers. Ac. ALSO, a large lot of cheap unglazed Papers, liorders, Fire Screens, Winduw Curtains, c, at KLAGAS AGORBEY, Nashville Wall Paper S ore, No. 2i) College tt. Ji- B. Paper Hanging promptly attended to, warranted docs in the best manner, an29 '4.j CLOTHING. JR. If. BROC&WA1T, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Clothing, No. 71, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. W-E have now in Stoic over 20,000 Garments, suita ble for the String and Summer trade, to which we nvite the attention of City and Countrv Dealers. These goods are all new and gotten up in the most ap proved manner, and will be sold at less than Eastern pri ces for Cash or to puntual time dealers. majSO b R.IL BROCKWAY. T. J. MOULTON. JNO.J. BEECH. MGULTON & BEECH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUfiCISTS A N i GROCERS, Nos.oSnud 51 Ilroudivay. BETWEEN COI.LTOE AND CUEItP.V STRUCT?. NASHVILLE, TENN. W Fare now just in receipt ofa large and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dyes, Turpentine, Putty, Glass and Glassware. ALSO A largo stock of Grocericsand Sundries, viz ; 50 hhds prime Sugar; 100 boxes Star Candles: 100 hags mo Uoltee. 100 bbls Molasses; 00 K bbls do; 20 bbls Crushed Sugar; 10 " Powdered do; i!0 bags Pepper; 10 " Alspice; 20 dox cans Oysters; 12 " " fresh Peaches; 100 boxes Ground Spices; 50 doz kegs Mustard; 50 boxes best Chewing To 200 kegs Nails, assorted; 150,000 Cigars, common and fine; 150 boxes Glassware, ass nrt 3,000 galls Stoneware, as sorted; 1,000 kegs White Iad; 500 boxes Window Glass; 1,000 lbs Putty, in bladders 1,000 lbs Span Float Indigo; 1,500 lbs Dutch Madder; 20 bbls Clover Seed; bacco: 10 " I imolby: lOkegs Fig Tobacco, very 200 bushels Blu Grass; tine article; 200 " Millet Seed: 150 gross Matches; 150 Reams Wrap Paper; 75 doz Buckets; 40 doz Biwms; mar7 '54. 10 casks tine Brandy; 10 " American Brandy 10 SM.Wine; 100 bbls Whisky, all grades; MOULTON A BEECH. UNDER A FULL HEAD OF STEAM! SPRING AND STJHMER STOCK! 1854. . No. 53, Market Street. The undersiemed. recentlr rotnrnot fmm (ho EASTER NCITIES, where he has selected a verv choice as sortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, adapted to the present and approaching seasons, informs the public that he has opened the same at his old stand, and is ready, as usual, to sell great bargains tor "THE READY." His Stock comprises every article pertaining to a gentleman's Wardrobe, of all qualitiesand most approved styles. COATS Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats all colors and styles. Drab D'Ete. do. Cashmutettand Fanner's Satin, do. Linen, do, of all colors and quilities. PANTS- Cas simers, plain and fancy, all descriptions. Drub D'Ete, Lin en, anda greatvarietof other Pants every h vie and fabric VESTINOS-Silk, Satin, Marseilles, Ac., all kinds. In addition to these leading articles, his stock contains Cravats, Collars, Gloves, Shit Is. Drawers, Suspenders, Socks, Hats, Caps, Ac. He has also a select lot ot Goods, which he will make up to order iu the mot fashionable manner on short notice. He returns his thanks to hi-iends for their former lib eral patronage, and hopes for aToulinuance of their favoi s. He also hopes that such as are indebted to him will PAY CP immediately, as he is in want of funds. opl4 Sm. M. SULZ11ACKER, Agent. HARDWARE- w Eh OS O fj fc X 1 to .2 si S 1 m .2 a 'M 5 3 a 05 0 s 3- 3Q 15 rr T3 C3 2 --. -3 " -3 G m Zli 2? ? gn U s -3 a K r U 33 S5 x 3 K t, s: c V, ss O t o o o o PALL & CUNNINGHAM, A'o. 47 COLLEGE STREET, liirecl importers ami Dealers in CUTLERY, GUMS, (TV HOUSE BUILDING MATERIAL n AND l.'S tS ill Vi GENERALLY, HAVE now on hand an extensive assortment of HARD WARE of everv description, and would invite the at tention of all MERCHANTS visiting Nashville for supplies to give them a call before purchasing Feathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, received at the highest market pric- in exchange for GOODS or in pavment of ACCOUNTS. rianll-tf. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. This Road being now complete, it opens a communication be tween Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh and Baltimore, by which freight from the West can reach an Eastern Market quicker and cheaper than bv anv of the present rival routes. They connect with the Lailv Packets at Pitt-burgh, from St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, "Wheel ing, and all the different points on the Western waters; al so with the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad and Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad, at Pittsburg. Cars run through between Pittsburgh and Philadelnhia. without transhipment of freight an advantage that can be I appreciated by all shippers 1 tn ease 01 oostractinn ot navigation, by Jce or low water. Freights Westward can be forwarded from Pitlf-buro-b. to Cincinnati, or towns in the interior, by Bailroad. " Rates, ofl'reight between Pittsburgh and Phila delphia or llalliinore. . WINTER IIRST CLASS. RATts. SL'KVKR HATI.S. Drv Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Capet ing. Furs and Peltries, Feathers, Ssad dlery, Ac SECOND CLASS. Rooks and Stationary, Dry Goods in bales, Drugs. Glassware. per 100 lbs. KOcts. 7icts Groceries, (except Coffee.) Hardware, 75cts. COcts iiouoware, Jiacnmery, uu now, Viool, Ac J THIRD CLASS. Ragging, Bacon, and Pork in bulk, Butler salted, Copper in in-1 gots, Flaxseed, Hogs' Hair, Flax, Leath- er Eastward, Zinc J FOURTH CLASS. Bacon nnd Pork paclt-1 !5cts. socts ea, waDaies &a.-iwaru, uneesc ristuaru. Fish salted, Iron, Soda Ash, Tobacco in Leaf. Eastward. Tar. Rosin. Whiskev. Ocfs. 40cls Cotton, (in Summer.) Coffee, Lard Oil. I .I 1. . 1, 1. e 1. i i..n , . ! luuuugu,; 1 oriw jresu, in mil car loaus, at owner's risk II. II. HOUSTON, Uenl Freight, Agent Philadelphia. T ENNS YLVANI A i PI LA ES AVOIDED. burgh to Philadelphia. Runninc Train, Leaving Pittsburgh at U.40 P. M. in 16.20 hours- t.ju .. ir.:t ip. - t - ..... . . -. ' juuuj uiuiiiuiiaii Aruio, aaving 1'iiisourgn at7 A.Jl Through in 17.50 hours, and connecting with the Trains from S . Louis, Missouri, Alton, Galena aud Chicago, Illi nois; Frankfort, Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky; Ter re Haute, Madison, La Fayetle and Indianapolis, Indiana; Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Zanesville, Madison aud Wooster, Ohio. Also connecting at Pittsburgh with the Steam Packet Roats from New Orleans, St. Louis, Louis ville and Cincinnati. Fare through (all the way by Railroad to Philadelphia) from Chicago, Madison and La Fay. ette, Indianapolis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Dayton. Xenia, Toledo, $1S 25 Columbus, - -3.12 65 Bellefontaine, - 12 25 1" 22 Zanesville, - 12 25 15 25 Nowark A Sandusky, 11 75 17 25 Mntijfield A Crestline 1 1 rm lo mirier, IS 75 Cleveland 14 00 Pittsburgh, 15 00 K 10 50 10 00 8 00 pg" Passengers from the West will find this the short est and most fcxpertitious Route to Pmladelnhia. Baltimore pwAn,V I!,.t.. 1111 ,rm,i . ' .... iuu.T-jiyunr .11 1. AirpnL Pa-ssenger Lines. Philadelphia. Agent, Passenger Lines, Pittsbnrglu S.MESKIMEN, PniLADsi.rniA Jiarcii 10, lt?l 11 EAST FLORIDA LAND ACENCY. BY J. G. rOINTS. References. Hon. A. H. H. Stuart, Stanton, Va. Dr. Jack Shackelford, Courtland, Ala. Hon. J. J. Ormond, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dr. J. Purice, Mobile, Ala. J. J. McMabon, Esq., New Orleans. CoL B. C. Burnett. 1 B. M. Bradford, Esq., S- Aberdeen, Miss. Hon. S. Adams, ) Hon. J.A.Wilcox, .,; Hon. H. S. Foote Ml3slsslPPl. Tampa, Florida, Jaa.24 '54 ly. w y o M fc.. f " GhO. C.FKANCLSOL'S, Freight Ag't Pittsburgh. E.J. SNEEDER, Freight Agent, Piuladelphix" MAG It AW A KOONS, Freight Agents, Baltimore. JOSEPH I.. ELLIOTT. Firht Ac'tT-Vo 7 wt v v I vy..-w - , 'iwia juiilt 4 nunc 0H'irC. RAILKOADTllNULlM.i) WU1iR.E "ivf 'i",ni " ?hoicean1 "elect- vjy Two Dailv Lines fiom Pills- .. ed stock of CIoth.s, Cassimeres and estings, R iiEEUOBtAX)IZE.: ' R. C M J. AIItT. JU P. KIBPAIKICX. R,G. iWAIRY&CO., 8 So. fi5 College e, Hashville, Tenn, WE are now in receipt of the largest stock of seasona ble DRY GOODS we have ever offered to the trade, and in view of having soon lo move out of the house we at present occupy, tor me purpose or having a larger and more commodious one built on the same lot, we will close outourpresent stock at prices far below the regular rates, and buyers wanting anything in our line, wonld do well to give us an early ca II, as we ere determined to close them out to enable us to open an entire new stock in onr now house this lull, apll. R. C. McNAIRY A CO. COUNTRV .MERCHANTS BUYING in our city, will find in our stock many nice goods that we will sell at prices that will justify their buying, and if ther will come aud look through, we feel confident that we can make it to their interest to bur of us. apll. R. C. McNAIRY A CO. 4t. DRESS GOODS. T- this line our stock far eiceeds, both in qauntity and L variety, any stock we have ever had. and it embraces i?,eTnewlesiP3I'n Plaid. Striped, Checked and Plain Silks, Bareges. (Irenedines, Tissues, Twisted Silks. Organ dies, I nnled Jaconets, Muslins, Lawns. Brilliantes, Ging hams Chintzs. Ac. Ac, and everything in thus way we will sou cheap and no mistake. Call early "P11 R. C. McNAIRY A CO. WHITE GOODS. India Twills, Dimity Dimask, Figured Luttens, BrilliantesT Bishop Lawns, DoofcMuslins, and every thing in this way. EMBROIDERIES. Every thing new and desirable in Chemizetts and Sleeves, Emb'd Skirts. Po. Hdkls., Jackonet and Swiss Bands, Jackonet and Swiss Edgings, Valenciennes and Plaitt Uces and Edgings, Stamptd Collars, Chemiiettes, Sleeve Bands, Hdkfs, Ac, Ac, a new article for embroider R. C. McNAIRY A CO. apll. -"MOURNING COODS. QUJIMER BOMBAZINES, Canton Cloths, Challys, O Plain and Figured Twisted Silks, Crape de Paris 34 and 6 i. Mack Bareges, Alpaccas, Ac, in great varietv. ap'l- R. C. McNAIRY CO. GENTLEMEN'S AND ROYS' WEAR. every tmng in tne way Summer Clothing FURNISHING GOODS. 8, 10 and 12-4 Bleach Linens and Cotton Sheetings, Pil low Linens and Domestics Bed Ticking, Apron Checks S i and lo-l Table Damaslc, DinnorandTea Napkins. Col'd' lard Huck lowels, Col'd Bor'd Damask Kwela, Russia and Bird Eye Diapers, fine and common Crashes, bath Towels, and and every thing in this way cheap ap"- ijMcJnrr a co. DOMESTIC GOODS. OUR stock rT Bleached nd Bro. JInslins, Cottonades Servants' Stripes and Plaids, Ac, Ac., is unusually large, and buyers wanting anything in our line of business, would do well to give us a call before purchasing, as we are dateimined to reduce our stock before moving. aril: R. C. McNAIRY A CO. SECOND IMPORTATION"! (JREAT NOVELTIES J THOMPSON & CO. Uie latest Paris designs, in Dress Goods, Lace Goods, and Mantles, purchased at extraordinary low prices. Many of o-ir richest Dress Goods; we are selling at just half price. Dress ;oods. m SPLENDID Berages, entirelv new patterns, at half prices; China Plaid Silks, tLe'moit beautiful lot ever opened; French Lawns, very cheap. Common Lawns, all prices; Linen Caaihrics, very cheap; Plain Berages, all qualities; splendid Flounced Berages splendid Flounced Tisanes; beautiful new Silks; Bridal Dresses, splendid,' Organdies, The most beautiful lot o eter opened. Mantles. e would call espacial attention to our new Mantles. They are most beautiful specimens of embroidery. SpIendeJ While Embro-dered Silk; " Colored " do " Muslin; : " Appligne Lace, etc; ' Beautiful Musln Basques; Needle worked Mushn gcarfsi : ji Lace Goods. Real Guitar sets; f " Honeton" ! ' " Valei.ciences sets; . j Rich Muslin Bosqncsr Nee lie wjrked French Muslia Dreiie; Bridal Dresses; " Veils, very beautiful; -Beautiful French Sleeves; Valentine Collars, a new thing; Valeniine Collars, with sleeves. White Goods Of every kind a better assortment than wo ever had. Mourning (.'oods. A new supply of black Snalhes; Berge de I jnes; Uerage Crap; Mouining silks, ett,etc Rest Enclish Ilo-iinn- Gentlemen's half Hose, every kind; 1-arties' best Engli.-h Long Hose. Irish Linens. A splendid lot made especially for our sales: Linens, Sheetings, etc; Marseilles Quilts. Alexandre Rest Kid Gloves. We have received a new supply. In a word, we never had so beanti.'ul orsncleap a stock to offer; having been bought very late in the season. We not onlv have them exceedingly cheap, but have many things that hare not been seen before in this market. THOMPSON A CO. ap2 54 So. 21, Public Square. CLIFTON Az ABBOTT, No. 15, Cedar Street, ARE now receiving their SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF CLOTHING: comprising all the latest feT YLES, and of quality, superior to any other in the Citv As our CLOTHIMJ is Manufactured by the Senior partner R.D. CLIFTON, (in Philadelphia,) we can guarantee the WORKMANSHIP to be OOOlK ' Tapir tf SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. LANDE & ELSEBACH, No. -18, Market Street, Nashville, Tennessee, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN READY MADE CLOTHING, are now in receipt of a large and well assorted stock ot elegant READY MADE CLOTHING of the best Materials; so that persons who are desirous of procuring FASHIONABLE GARMENTS can be suited. Customers and Strangers visiting-the City are respect fully invited to call and examine their Stock before pur chasing elsewhere. We are convinced that we can se'I LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY, either wholesale or retail. ALSO: Received a large lot cf TRUNKS. SHIRTS. STOCK. Ac. fapl? LANDE ELSEBAC1L 1717 Eal-so, iuform our friends and the uublic. that we V have now on hand, a large anil well assorted stock of the latest styles of SILK, FL'R. STRAW. LEGHORN -.U UASHill.UK HAIS. Also, clnldrens fincy HATO and CAPS, unsuipassed in quality, style and lownessof price. LANDE A ELSEBACH, I a' . and Minntictureni, No. 4?. Market st. I A IS(). Received this week a iTrgTTot of Trunks I XJL Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at j ian4 LANDE A EUSUACIPS. I FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILOR- IrtU iiSlAlJI.ISHMENT. ill be made u to order in the most fishionaM.- .irb at as short notice as can be done in auy city in the Union and at prices to Miit the times. Rendy-Made ClothiiiT. Coats. Pints in.l Vi UI UU K1UU-S. Silk and penders. Shirt Collars. Umbrellas. Ac VW Ganncnts cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine. TIIOS. J. UOUGU, Agent, marll '54 tf LYONS Ac CO. Importers and Dealers in Havana Cigars, To bacco, and all kinds of Foreign Wine, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Cedar Street, Nashville. Country crders respectfully solicited and punctually at tended to. T ATE ARRIVAL. CIO ARM UltiAltS Received XU this day day a Iaree lot of superior Regalia Cizars, which tor llaror and quality will surpass any ever brought to Nashville. We keep constantly on hand a very large as sortment of all descriptions of Cigars, which we will sell either at W holesale or retail l ie lowest prices. Country f S i al;e re?Pc,,fn,,Jr mT,te,f 10 amiM " MkbeforepurchasingeUewhere. ap.. LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar st. LltiUORS. We keep constantly on hand a full sup ply of Brandies, Wines, and all otlier Liquors, of va rious qualities, for either wholesale or retail by !' LYONS A CO., 1 Cedarstreet. "I HEWING AND SMOKING TOUACCO.- J The loversof the weed would do wpII in Z11 , I we having just received an article of Tobacco of. ' superior quality, verv ap? 19 Cedar street. SIi.L,,,;CVV1' COST WALKl.NU OAAEs, MbfcK CHAOM PIPES, Ac. We are selling the balance of our stock of-the above articles at cost, to close out. Any ,one in want of them would do well to call at ?7 LYONS A CO'S, 19 Cedar St. tr am 11 it 1 1 I n 11 "',,? .v. . .1 . t n..I.I.-. C ii. 1, u l- . 01 ine uiest and most beautilul trattems. a II of w lie!, irif DRUGS. T ? FRESH AaBIVALS At the Wholesale nnd Retail Dro?, Medicine. Chemical, Perfumery, Fancy, Article, iouc it arc, JTRinu, oils, Varaiih, Sand Paper, Brushes, Seed. n Glass, and Glass Kfef Ware Store o( H. G. SCOVEL, NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, THREE DOORS WEST OF THE NASH VILLE INN. " CM galLs. best Winter Lard Oil; 100 gross Wood Box Matches; iw ousneis ciean oicsurs.ssiSsj,iiientcciT-. 100 do strin'd do do do K Sr'' 1 20 do Phuter Paris;' j dov Hdraa Cement; 2 barrels Top Onions; 230 Dental Files, (Stnbb's r tl5S0 lbs Roll Sulphur; 1258 Flor do; 833 pounds Imported Castile Soaa Si do Indigo; " 40 gallons best Coach Varnish; 40 do do Japan do; 40 do do Furniture do; 42 do do Demar do; 20 reams Vanderpoohi Flint Paper 1000 pounds French Zinc WoitaPiint. 1800 Fresh Puttrr h For FINISHING PARLORS in the most modem Vnrth. ,V Cr,r """.V ?"JKral French Zinc White PainL Th, h " ces of White Lead Paint. dcliaterious iofiuen For sale br ieDzi H. O. SCOVEL. iVKW DRUG STORE, (Fonntrlif of Me firm of Ewxn, Brown d, Cb. HAS wi,h ,an.'nti new stock of JlI" fi w ,O?, h0i1 f formerIT occupied by the old C0 ' firm. No. 43 Col ege Street,, three dirs from Cn where he wUIbepIeVed to wait upon his old frirod 1 Td citins generally. Particular attention is given ?t?V dpah! PUJD'' Wh,'Cl, WiU beCIW Ti . . 3TJHQICAC INSTRUMENTS, comprising Pocket Cases, assorted; Pockt Vial Csvi. ht KCSpwy'""""!. Midwife AinpS T.l v P0".1 In'B m Cases or separate. Tooth Forcep and Keys; Slethescnpes; CvAPttS Stomach Pumps; Dissecting Instrument,; L Atf ruse S5Ti2lr- CmpIe'? cfTve rj'thingS ually kept in this line may be fonnd at febll '.M J' G' mi0W . CodeeSt if;. ihJ qualifcescf Teas, put upbr this CmpaTy XVwhT fcrtT kep. by twin. llroWn A Ca, IhTch F??lF ,t?URar-lct.,T Tt,e Phis Clri Biict Tea and Mint ion ImperUl are tbo.uht U. he supriorh! anyintbunmriet; ato. Teas in snutll cadd,e cf2 lbl Ml J- "KOWN riNTEll STRAINED T t bblijnst received by L.VUD OIL. SU J. G. BKOWN TiVi? fc1?1-1! OII- Fosr gniRS KiLjiton. Clark A. "e. wurranrea pre ana fresb. just rrcciv br LUri1 J.G.Uitowx. BERMUDA ARROW Rt)OT.-Varrantllir frctly pure and froh. A full supplr at ffc"- Jt- J. G. BROWN i. rj.OUI.AY Brri'EIW.-A fuilsuppTT.Trec VJed by rftbu-vn BROWN. "p ARTS C.UllINATIVE.Tor ir, "direct trrr LManuficluie. iust rucaii r l.r febll-'.-.!. ' J.O.1JR0WV EWIN BROTHERS, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. T, North College Street, NASHVILLE, TENN, WOULD respectfully infoim Druggists. Merchant-. Physicians and Manufacturers, that they have again commenced the DRUG BUSINESS in the new buildingoa College, near Church street, and intend confininc themselves to the WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is nearly en tirely a fresh one, and they are determined to make both the prices and qnalities satisfactory Tbey offer sde low for cash or on lime to punctual men 640 gallons best Winter Sperm Oil 800 " Tanneri' Oil; 10Sj pounds Indgo, of prime nualitr. 1433 do Madder. lS do Extract of Loinrood in srcali ha 40 65 IW1O 14(10 1000 fl50 do Cochineal; Muriate of Tin; Alum; Refined Salpetrr; Epsom Salts; Gum Camnhor: do do do do do 7500 do Suu. Carb. Krjla- 90 Gro. M'Lane s Vermifnia- 10 do M'laine' Liver iMin 20 do Fahnstock'a Venaiiije, 100 doz. Mustang Liniment; 100 Gro. wood borMatcfces; 380 dox. Mason's lilackin 250 m. G. D. Caps; 1000 pounds Red 1-tad drr SCO do White do do 'MO do Letharge; 1040 do Eng. A enetian Rt; 2CO bush. Kentucky Blue Grass Sed, 43 boxes Bonn's Scotch Sana; in pac'kirei 24 do Garrett's do dcr fiOd?. do inbot'Jes, 4S do llaccaboySnufl", in cots 1000 lbs. - tn jars and bbis, 8X boxes Window Glass assorted 4000 lbs. Putty; ISO pounds Pearl Sage- 110 do Tapioca; ' 60O do Gum Arabic; B6 doz. Cod L'verOil-Rushton, Clsr A Co a, CO da Seidletg Powden, in tin boxes: 86 do Soda; " 60 pounds Calomel, English and American 10 do Hydriodate of Potash- 21.1 ao 6i do Spirits Nitric Aether, Aipia Ammonia; 20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron; pcnseneiin s tilra I'nwdcrs mil Furcmi. 1 hysician s I octet Cases of Instruments, of vanousstvisj: Physicians' Pocket Cases of Vials -a large varitr DLssectinir. Lvthotomn 1 mninmni l'repaaniBj ac4 Jl id wile Instrument, in cases: Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes. Zp 'Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac. ukea t .be lushest market rates. ffftlS tf UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE, The Literary Department Will be reopened under a new Organization, auj with new Buildings, 00 Ihe first Wednesday of October next REV. EDWARD WADSWORT1I, D D. IW of Ethics ani Belles Lettres. and Chairman of Ih- Faculty BEVJW McCULLODOH, DD. Prof of Ancient Laa guage.s. JAMKS I. MEIGS, A M, Prof orMatbematie, and ValurJ 1'bilosophv. REV J It LlNDSLEY, M D, Prof ol Chemistry and tea Natural Sciences. E P ZEVALI.OS, Profof Mcslern Ianguages. Tuition per annum Matriculation tee ii. The Law Department. Will alio be opened on the first Monday oT Octree- r.i-ri FRANCIS B FOGG, Esq, J 1 vc'-0' "3It WILLIAM F COOPER. Esq I Professor , rxi. Fees for Lectures $100 per annum. The Medical Department, Closed its first Session with 121 Students and 3$ Graduate its .second with 152 Students and SC Graduates and third'with 220 StndenU and 71 Graduates. The Fourth Annusl Course ci" Lectures will commenc on Monday the 30th of October next, and continue till tb first of the ensuing March. ROBERT JL PORTER, M D, Prof, of General and Spe cial Anatomy. r i. BERRIEN LINDSLEY. 31 D. Chemistry and Ptsrtu acv and Dean of the Faculty. U.K. WINSTON. M D. Materia Merfiea n,l f.-.. Jurisprudence. A. II. BUCHANAN, M D, Surgical and Pathological Auatomy. THOMAS R. JENNINGS, M. D., Institute, of MedU.me and Clinical Medicine- W. K. BOWLING, M- D, Theory and Practice of Medi cine. V JOHN M. WATSON, M. D., Obstetrics and the Disease of Women and Children. PA UL F. EVK, M. D.. Principles and Practice of Sui-tit WM. T. BRIUGS. lI.D,DemonstraUn-ra7on"y the tirst Monday of October. A full PaiuiiisARr cocKss of Lectures, free to all St.K AaiBique hasbeene3UblUhed,in connection withtlw University;at which operations are performed and cawn prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the Class! Amount of Fees for I-ectures in this Department is MmC V7 Practical Ana- tomy, flO; Graduating Fee 25. Good Board can be obtained for $3 00 per week. The Annual Announcement giving a full account of th several Departments of the University mar be had by ao plymfj to A. V. S. LINDSLEY , V maris 54 ldmweowodl Sec'y Board Trnftees- VUCTION SALE OF ElfiUT VAU'ARLE XTTE will rell at public auction, at Ihe Court House m V V Nashville. at 10 o'clock. A. it, on Saturday thelOu" day of June, ei-ht very beautiful lots! conUin.nliTe .rr each Said Iota are bnelr located about 'i mileJlioui Natibrille, between the Gallatin and Louistille Branch Turnpikes, with avenues leading from each Turnpike -The soil is remarkably fertile and the neighborhood very desiiable. "f" ? f. 2 m.?i crea. wiinout inter fs.'.'. a.0,fs PJW " "k on the 6 and la monlhs cotes mn required, and a iien retainea on me property Ull payment of all the purchase money. Persons wishing to buy bargains will find it to their in terest to attend the sale, as each lot offered will be sold to the highest- bidder, without reserve. BET The sale of the above property Is POSTPONED unul SATURDAY the 17th. JOHNL.AR. W.BROWN, " jcae7 Real Estate Agepti TIU Ipstitutit.nwa founded bribe StateofNorth Car h'nain 17S5as Davidson Academy. It became Cum LerUnd College iu IsOS, and University of Nashville in 1S6. -.1.