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fl Wholesale Grocer T. J. CLACK, r. COMOSSION, JKD'XFOIlAIiDlS& MKRCBA'ST lOrntr of CsBqe'aiid CZ&rch'itlM&viXi COFFEE 200 bag Bib; WW Havana; . SO do Wuyart; 60 do Jfcva. CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; . lfl.000 American -" , . r 100,0000 Cuba 6!i imdMeiee Cigars; A. ' . - CANDLES-SOO ooxes Sperm and Star; 5 200 boxes Sterinetn Tallow; JQ i COTTON. ARNS-lptof assorted Nps, .Oinnbuw, an- - TRUIT3 190 bxa RaMns assorted ftUwrMjJrnms Figs; 60 fiU Almonds; 20 bWsPecao: ' a 131150 barrels atd half barrel Mackerel; 75 Kits Mackerel; 12caes'Safaines; , 76 do St. Louis (Harrison's;) GLASS 800 boxes "Window, all siies; 125 do Qt, Pt,aad K Flaskar 0.4I0 Fl int Tumb era and Goblots; 60 do Squatt and Cap Jaw; SO Dcmijoas, live and three gallons; ' .IKON Tcnnessiw unit vmtmirmmA ;- LiQLOnS 15 casssXondonPortur-qttartS and pt 10 casas Scotch Ale " 75 barrels American and French Brandy; 95 do Apple and Peach ". 400 do Whisky, rarioua brands 3 50 do Holland Gin; 25 cio N.E.Rnsa; 25 do Vine, various kinds; 100 do Cider Yiuwrar; . i . -. MOLAgSE8-150 bbls and X bbls rebotled and S. UMM; 75 bbLs St Louis and N O Golden Syrapf NAR.S 130 krgs Pittsburgh, assorted aisea; . ... " ISO do Wheeling, " ', , . V. ipiCrlLtS 15 cases choice asserted Pickles; "1 0 case Tomatoe Catsup; SUGAR ICO bhdsLotiisiana Sugar: . 100 bbls St Louis and Phikdelphia Crc&had hsi Pulverised; 5 do Loaf (Loveriug'i;) arUjL-n io wig3vii5pice7 id uo.jrepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks fine and coasej 1S5 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table Hilt; SOAP 100 boxes ban 0 do FencrSoap: 3EEDS-45 barrel Millet Ssed; " ' TEAS 20 cases various brands; " TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted hraadis; " 25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior tide; SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive 051, Lead, Powder, Shot, Salajratus, Soda, Ares, Cbaisev - . . Painted Buckets, Ac&c For ale low fcrcash by T. J. CLACK, ts? Liberal advances on consignments. . 'WANTED 100,000 lbs of cleaujvasbed Wool; 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard; , Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow u G-xaaagr. ' ' Forwhichwe willpnyliberalpricesmcaibwGraceTjefc lanlS. T.V J. CLACK. ;itoui;uii:s, Ate fresii ajkkivam. "200 SACKS l'lUiiKBlO COFFEE new crppj 25 sacks Laguvra Coffee; 10 bbls Maekerilr &s&x"59; 0 do gjodJava do; . . jQ lihds new Sugar; 0 bbls Mol-issei; " 80fdo do; 25 do Golden Fyrnp; - . 20 do Crashed ogar; a6 do Powdered do; 80 do Ioaf do; 20 kits do; HO boxes Cod "Fish;" ' 20 Smoked Henvsga; 200 ' Sardines; t'O " fgaLnt.jarrSekln; 20 " Lemon Syrup; 19 ' Pepper Sauee; 5 " rsa. liitters; 10 tierces ire- Hire; 20 doz painted Backets; ' 60 bases and hair boxes M.10 nests -JiS, Tubs; K Raisins; casks London Porter; IfK) drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspiro; 10 bags S S Almond; 20 " Pepperp 2 casta Pecan Suts; 10 " Bac Ginger. SbblsBratil do; With numerous other articles in the grocery line, jot recived and for sale low for CASH.by decll E. S. CUEAT11AU W. CIIAMPACJNE, r H SITPT3nrt hns fin Chimoarattasarierior ar ' .ilU -ticleof the best brands. Jast receited and for sale Idecll j &S. CHEATHAM CO. TFlAE 1V1NES, liitANUIES, 4c. . tyt CASKS OLD MADEIRA; 5 V " " Sherrv; 5- " " Port:' lOK pipe pure (,'ognae Brandy, old and fine; SO'H casks " w .. 5S pipes " Holland Gin; 2 panrbHuis Irish Malt Whisky; 10 boxes assorted Cordials; gjFor sale by decll E. S. CHEATHAM fcgtfl- RECTI FIRI WHISKY, r A BARRELS RECTIFIED -WELSKl"; For sxla low OU by decllj E.S. CHEATHAM X Ol ' edqh k'ck: FEXv TKSiUa. McCREA Ac TEURASS, Whoicsalo Grocer, Commission 2)cfchat AK riEALCSS IV Liquor, Irsa, Castings, Kails, Floor and Sail, iVo. Co Hrcad St., Nashville, Iron. Sr.VDRIES. lOOhtds-pricoh.O.Pugar. 20 bags spice, 150 bb'.J. M"la."3o, 20 gltRBT. 200 H " dn 25 kegsgcldJ svrup, "850 bigs Bjltlmoro Coffee, 75 " Havanna do., 127 " Lasuyra dn, 50 pockets cli Java do., 150 Jibls. loaf and powdered "Sugar, 6 tierces Ricx, 60 boxes Iiangborn A Arm stead's Tobacco, 100 boxca other brands, 10,000 lbs. bir lead, 4W bag3 shot, e,-orted, ."JOO.OOU Q. D. per'siia caps, 00 kegs powder, 50 boxes starch, S09 demijobn, 00 bars lice salt, 1000 bols. Ken. do , 300 boxes W. R. clieesa. 4 bbls. puuy, 6 " alum, 5 " brimstone, 40 casks soda, 150kcgs white led. S00 boxes pint and quart flaski, 100,OtH) Havana segars, W,O0rt melee and Cnbi afx segars, 100 gross "taatche, 125 boxes and boxes a&r . candles, 175 boxes tallow caii. 75 " bar Map, 100 cases -gunpowder' and! imperial tea, (i bbls. Epsom salts,' 75 boxes S oy 10, 10 by 1 and 12bylSgasS 100 boxes andjj bimiinev Rft ' lemons, 2 cases indigo, 1 cask madder, 150 " r- u. do 75doz.ploughlicennd bed coras, 25 bizs cenr-Cir. 150 buckets. - -The abovewill be soid rer? low at 5 "Broad 6t.. b? McCREA A TERR ASS. To Iluimmd nud Tiirnpite Contractors. r DOZ. picks. if d;)in shovels. O 10" mitfe 40 drills, 75 steel pointed crow bars . ' crow bars, unfinished; MeCREJt A TERRASS. "10 " Sfudr. 5 s;Jge Isur: .ers, 1 n store aud &r sain lw b r LIQl'ORS. CT PIPES Cr.e brandies, oo bbN. Pike's magnolia tl " Hoilsudgio, 1 puncheon Irish whisty, Zr0 40 bbls. port n-ioe. ojie"vry 7 fine, 6 bbls. fbrrir tnn, " A " Madeira do. 40 HO swiet Malaga, 15 boxes Mnvat wine, : v whisxy Tenn. ree'd do., Bowers' do., magnolia rye do., old Bourbon do"., American brandy N. E. rum, copper D. whisky New York Kin, U5 ' clsret do., 20 " brandycherrit, - S P'Pps cherry brandy; The above will be sold r 40 baskets chamnxiirn urine. The above will be soul Tiryr low and on liberal lime, at 5 Bread st by MrCREA ATERRAS& BRANDIES AND WINES. 16 y$ casks superior Jirandy, warranted pure,) 5 quart ceske old Port Winn; 6 ' " "Aladp'irR do 2 half pipes verv fine Hrndv. Per bale by mcbl0'4 ' lUFlBEiJ, DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 25 bbls New VorK Brhndv; 10 ' " Gin. For Bale br mcblO 54 ' K- F. BELH, Na. 5 College Ft., opposile'SewanoeMausei SUGAR bhds Iiuisiana Sugar all grad, ia Store and for nale l,y W. 11. GORDON A COi MOLASSE sale b t;raigu W. II. . Til OOBDOXACO. IT AILS- -.'lit i rr.sril Shoenbergri's Nailsull sia,for sals' V. 11. GORDON A CO. by s ACK SALT Koobugs tine Sack Suit, for aule toar nveper lrc"iOisby -mar22 754 ")Alt SOAP lyo boxes FreswoU A Co., Rosin Soap, I for sale by nmraf .V. U. GORDON A CO. TAIl CANOLKS 15 packages Werk A Co.SUr J Candles, in v, hole , balvss and quarters, for sale by raarSS W. H.GORDON A CO. CLOVER SEED 15 barrels Pennsylvania Clover Seed for sile tn arrive per Americus bv mar22 W. H.GORDON A CO. E1U COFFEE -Co bas Rio Coffee for sale to arriiv per E. Howard. b W. II. GORDON A CO. marts '64. TAILS. -10150 KEGK SHOF.NRERGEK'S J CELEBRATED NAILS: aU sires. For sale br jan5 W. 11. OORDON A CO. f LASSWARE. 200 BOXES ASSORTED 'JT Tumblers. Jura, Lantheras, Ac For sale by fnS WjJI. GORDON ACQ. TOBACCO. 200 BOXES BARTLETT JONES' Extra Virginia Tobacco; 100 boxes Tergivson's Extra Virginia Tobacc; 100 StnbDlelield's. do; 100 " Goodwins do; 100 ' Bou do; With various oiner brands, for sale bv jcns w. it. uu&uu.i a to T7IRE PROOF SAFES.-WE HAVE ON JC hand a general Assortment of Rich A Cos celebrated i ir Proor Safe acknowledged bv all wheraver they j have tMxm tested, to be t I:p bcM article of Oh- kind xnaBufactured tn this or any other couutrv. We sell at Manufacturer' pricey freight aud1 y. H. GORDON A CO. j ana -UGARS10 CASES LA NAPOLEON RE. Irl riika 1 .o U'ntAn..! . - 10 Wandennw,a,;'l?rS 5 " Las Ires Marias ' dn-' 5 " LaEsiffla o VTl'Jl various Other brands, for sale bv the case only JmS VT.'n. GORDON AGO WRAPPING PAPF.K.-IOO BUNnTI East Tennessee Wrappmg I'a.r, fortkle bv t,M jan5 VlLGORDON A CO. T ECEIVED PER STEAMER RESCUE JX 60 bbls. ClovcrSed; 100 bbls Floor; 200 bags Buck Wheat Flour. For sale low for cssh by ffeb24 CHAS.J. CLACK. ' GAS FITTING. JM. SEABERRY A CO respectfully inform the citi. , zens of Nashville that they are prepared to execute say work ntru Jted to them in the belt manner, and on the hhort eat notice; and on lower terms than eny, work of thj Mnd has ever bt dnct i to city. Call and se. saylS-lm. J. M. SEABERRY A CO. pi.it. MKjHOra 3, PEXCOCKj'U 3&. T. SA?PERSOK. WHOLKSALli-GEOCEES, V "3tf. coRXKRjOi- market -cn?r?:n ST?, N AS II V I L L JE . TENNESSEE, -u FRESH ARRIVAIS. i ? TUST received'per Kew Orleans, CincindafindT rilL- j burg Rtearner?, the following srticie!", which we are of- j if nng iow lorcasn. uounirj-jMercusniaauu vf1TV'' JtHj will do well to call and examine for themselves: prime Rio.Coffee; WaozKroonisv . nnnLLI i V XIHJ DDIS prime a J juoibmw.w " -;- 4 lr.oijbbla do do: . 150 casks best English godaj 150 f.bds Sugars, all grade; 20 bags' Kace Ginger, " LoafCruibed and Powdered sugars, an uwuiiBii, 25 bags Pepper; 15 chests Teas, assorted; l.s do spice; , 10tiecesfeshKlee; ,, 100 boxes M Raisins; 50 boxes Cod Fish; 50 do Herring; 20 bbls Mackerel; loo kits, assorted numbers; 10 cases fresh Sardines; 25 boxes Pickles, assorted; 5 bbls Brimstone; 10 do Alum; 250 bags fine Salt; 150 Demijohns, ass'd sizes; 10 fniils Almonds; 100,tWCigars,,Yar brands; S'X boxes prime Cheese; 150.lo Quart Flasks; 50 bbls aorta uracters; 50 do Butter do; . Cotton Tarn sf assorted; 2 gross Wash Boards? 15 nestsTubs; 5 casks Brandy; 8 do .SIgnette .Brandy; S do do; 5 do Madeira Wine;' C do Sherry do;' 10 do Port do; 25 bbls SM Wine; 40 & bblSMWine; 25 bbls Holland Gin; 50 do American Brandy; 50 do Old -Dour Whisky; CO do OldMonong do; iwj uo rini ao: 25 do Old Kye ao; 5 0 do Fluted Tumblers. as:200 do Eectined dor 200 kegs Neils, assorted; 20 do Old Peach Brandy; Together with all other articles usually kept in our line. Call at NICHOL, PEACOCK A COS; feb3 Corner of Church and Market sts. SIK. IC.HOKL... TU03. a ECBGE. . ... .. i . . A. TTLEIt BEN. M, NOEL & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, coiaassiov, bxceivtngahd FORWARDING MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN I0BFJGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOES, College Street. WINES AND LIQUORS. 200 bbls Pike's M'a Whisky; 1 pipe Irish Whisky; llu do rate a necunea ao; 2 do Holland din; 50 do Brown's D D do; 20 bbls Old Port AVine; 20 do pure Peach Brandy; 25 do Apple do: 50 bk's Champagne, B B; 10 boxes assorted Cordialp; 20 do Hock Wine; 20 do assorted Brandies; 25 do Claret Wine; 20 do Muscat do; 20 do Brandy Cherries; 10 K casks Madeira Wine; BEN. M.NOEL A CO. SO do OldMonoogla do; 50 do Old Bourbon do; 100 do American Brandy; SO do NERum; 80 do Gin; 40 do SMWine; 15 do Walker's Ale; 2 pipes Madeira Wine; Sherry Wines; 8 X Ppe3 Old Brandy; In storoand for sale by TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 50 boxes Jones' Tobacco;20 boxes Missouri Tobacco; A(i da Kmc & Oahicrin 'rift IO Hn fCpnfnrVv - rln- 60 do Boax A Godwin do 25 do Boax'a Gold Leaf do: 20 do Mussulman's nectar 15 do Pheuix do;' 15 do Sam Woods' do; 10 do E S White's do; 5 do Keed A -Nash's do; 10 do Allison's do; 5 do Fennell'a do; 10 do Daily's do; 10 do Enaus' do: leafTobacco; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco; 10 do Albrett's " do; 10 do Wetherington's do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars; SO do Johnson s do; 40 do Cuba Six do; 10,000 Napoleon Regalia do; 10 do X oung A Burnett's do;10,000 Jenny Lind do; in store ana iur sate by HKa. ji. ukli ft; uu. LATE ARRIVALS JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE. 250 bhds Sugar, all erades:500 burs fine Salt: sou Dags Kto uonee; 100 bags Maucaba Coffee; 50 " Laguyra " SO " Old Govnt Java; 2C7 bbls Molasses; 150 $ do; 150 V ' do; 100 boxes Tinplate; 500 " Rosin Soap; 100 " SUrch; 200 bags coarse Salt: 800 bbls Kanawha Salt; 80 " Mackarel; 150 kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 do; 100 boxes Star Candle?; 100 " Tallow do; 10 coils Manllai Rope; 150 gross Matches; 500 Bags Shot; 8000 lbs bar Lead; 29 bbls Copperas; 100 " Fancy Soap; 600 kejs asstti Whe'g Nails;200 boxes qVpt. and pint 200 casks sup Carb Soda; Flasks 100 bxs Ya. and Ky. Tobacco; 10 bbls Alum; 500 Demijohns, assorted; 5 " Brimstone; 100 bbls Loaf Sugar; 300 boxes Cheese; 25 Crush'd and l"d Sugar 10 bbls Spanish Brown; 10 ceroons best Indigo; fl " Vemtian Red; 75 bbls Clover Seed; 25 bags Pepper; 10 qr. csks A Sign't Brandy 10 " Spice; 1 " J J Duprey's do; 50 boxesTeas, aworted; 2 casks Holland Uin; 1 00 gross Blacking; 20 qr casks P. and M. Wine-,100 boxes Sardines; 76 bbls AM Brandv A Gin;500 cans fresh Ovsters; 20 bbls N E Rum: 220boxes Lemon Svrup; 100 bblgD D Brandy; 50 boxes Claret and Cordial; 20 " assorted Pickles; 20 " Brandy Cherries; 4 bbls Corks; 10 tierces Rice; 20 nests Tub; 50 doz" Painted Buckets; lOOdozjilemp and Cotton -Cords; 5000 Melee Cimrs; ,c50 Pike's Whisky; Ohio Rect'd do; SCO r 25 42 50 20 20 10 Old Rye do; OldMong do; Old Bourbon do; Old Reserve do; Peach Brandy; Apple ao; 8000 Spaiiisn Cigars; Twrether with evervthine in our line, which we offer to the trade low for cash. LANIEK A PHILLIPS, jan25 '5t B w Market street. PRESU ARKIVALS. 200 IIIIDS. SUGAR, all grades; jOO barrels of Molasses; 100 half barrels ofMslasses; 6 tierces of Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; 20 packages of Cranberries; 150 jackagesof RaUins; 10 bags ot Almonds; 30 casks of Porter end Ale; j " 20 coils of Manilla Rope; 50 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Baketfe; 100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac.; 20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nut?; 20 packages Cogniac Brandy; 10 packages Maderia and Cherry Wines; 40 packages Port and Malaga Wines; 70,000 superior Havana Cigars; 500 Demijohns; 50,000 Corks. For sale by fj"121 EDWARDS A HARRIS. HOUSE FURNISHING LIST. The following list of articles, of good quality, which areull requisite in going to House Keeping, may be bad, delivered iu any part of the city, for thirty dollars, or any part at propor- tionaieprices. 1 kitchen table. 1 sett kitchen fire iros, 1 " fire dogs, 1 pepperbox, 1 flour dredger, 8 pie plates, 5 mullin rings, 1 tine wash pan , 8 cup pan, 1 blocr tin coffee pot, 1 do do do, 1 butter bucket, 1 funnel, 1 waiter, 1 water bucket, cedar, 1 cocoa dipper, 1 tin do, 1 colander, j 1 basting spoon, 1 skimmer, 1 meat fork. 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, pair knivei andforks,1 1 do carvers, 2 washing tubs, 1 xincwat.nboard, 2 doz cloth pinF, 1 clothesline, 1 clothes basket, 1 corkscrew, 1 scrubbing brush, S smoothing irons, 1 iron table spoons, 8 japanned chamberjbucket, i scrubbing brush, l ao ao, 1 cook's knife, 1 biscuit cutter, 1 cake cutter. 1 aunt pan, 1 flour reive, 1 potatoe masher, 1 rolling pin, 1 wooden spoon, 1 towel roller, 1 doormat, 2 janned candlestioks, 1 tea cup mop, 1 paper grate stove polish, 1 coffee mill, 1 knife box, 1 do cleaner, 1 pastry board, 1 cake turner, 1 nest spice boxes, 1 match safe, 1 pint measure, 1 egg whip, jj SNOW, 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 other arti cles suitable for house-keepers, which we warrant to be f the best quality, and will be sold on the lowest and mot accomaiodating terms. marlfi'54 NEW OHLEANSAND TTRWTlTrR TJ. S. MAIL PACKET rruiE eplendid new passenger steamer, a "S-ii l 11 ii. W. i'nos.WKWEL, Mas ter, will nin in the above trade this sea son, leaving Memphis on her first trip on Saturdaj, 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 Naahville. Thesplendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will leave Nashville even- Wednesday, at 6 P M, with freight and passengers for the Hill. A. HAMILTON, ) . . oet6 A. DAVIS, j ASent- NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS TJ. S. MAIL PACKET LINE, Yor Memphis, New Orleans, St. bonis ami Louisville, TKI-WEEKLY THE splendid new Passenger Steamers, CITY OF 1IUNTSV1LLE, JOHN SIMPHOS and KHBAift l , win leave -asn- FgSSfciSS! ville every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY andTKlUA?tC v clock, P. M., connecting st raaucan, witn tne aaily .Louis ville and St Louis U.S. Mail Boats, and at Memphis with the splendid New Orleans steamers, Bulletin. 11. R. If. 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 paunngers will find it by lar the speediest means of tiavel either North or South. For freight or passage apply to myl2 . A. HAWLTOy. Age"tSat CIRCULAR SiLWS. AG?S?J?Jtment of "HOE A CO.," and other brands ? CIRCULAR SAWS, from the smallest to the lar gest sues. Justrtceived and fnr kr FALL A CUNNINGHAM, mui. o. 47 College street A Jexict street, for the baUnce of the yean ,Ap W. G'en'l A'OTc&S rj?$ P.KArD;iiS.H IS IT ION, FOR 183DF l-lijtS' Ji-r- ' ' -rr .i.i , i ,Trrr -t til, n 111 T. 'FBELQiAN, && GOODS DAILY ASBTVIKGl TnKtoacrsigned havipg-remained a considerable time In the Eastern cities, and used uncommon exertions thKBpriiiin ihesnjeotien of Goods, eanconiidenUy say" thal'thej'tockhe'iiow offers to lu's customers will far" excel anjr'tbathebas ever had Hie pleasure of exhibiting and "nlfo'can'say, with eonGdence, that stales, designs and pri ces" will favorably compare with any in the maiket. i Kespcctfally- soliciting a call from his 'friends and Ctis tomew, especially the ladies. JOHN' K. HDMK, Fashionable Emporium, Ko. 07, College st. - marl 2 1854. FANCY DEPARTMENT. EKBROIDEnS, ' ' ' DBESS GOODS Ac ' 1854. Emb'd Tal Lace Collars; " -Chemix'tsASUeve'ji, ' HabiUwith - " Linen Collars; Malise plaitt Chemizefs, Collars and Sleeves; Emb'd Handkerchief Underslec'vea: Jaconet Bands; Swiss . " . " Flouncing?; -I .aces and Edges; Emb'd Mus. Bobes; Aplique; f . , Mourning Embroderies; ALSU Rich Plaid Glacei Silk; Chiller de Beze; " Checks " " Flounced Robes; Beautiful Silk Robes; Barego " ' Plaid Bateste; Paris Organdy; Col'd Ponet de Soie, Printed Linen Cambrics. ALSO . , ,. "Black and colored Embroidered Mantels; " " " Apilique " " " Chantelly " ALSO Rich and beauiiful Ribbons, Ac, ALSO Gold Embroidered Grenadine on exhibition at JOHN K. HUME'S mar!2. Fashionable Emporium, No. 57, College-st, "VIEW GOODS. We are daily receiving from the L i Eastern Cities a very large and desirable stock of Staple A Fancy Dry Goods, of the very latest and hand somest styles, which w e will sell at very low prices. Our buyer, Mr. L. D. Stevenson, has been tn New York all of the 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, mar23 '54 5g, College St LADIES' DRESS GOODS. Plaid and striped Silks, Brocade Silks, Plaid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra quality, Plaid Plain and Figured Berages, Bcrage Robes flounced, Misses Berage Robes, Jaconet Bobes, flounced, Embroidered Muslin Robes flounced, French Lawns and Muslins 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 & WHITE, mar23 59, College St. T7MBROIDERIES. The most Taried. choice and rv' beautiful assortment of Embroideries, we have ever exnibited, consisting ot Elegant Collars, Sleeves, Chemisettes, Collarettes and Sleevesin Setts. Maltese Honiton Valenciencj Plait Lace, and Cambric Col lars ana sleeves, Flonncings and Bands In Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, Scotch work Insertings and Edgings in new designs, Lace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchief, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laces, ' ' STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59, College St TANTILLAS. We have a taree and handsome as- JjA sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the novelties of ice season, consisting oi Embroidered Applies and Lace trimmed Mantillas, Embroidered Muslin Mantillas, Crape Shawls and Lace Scarfs. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar2S 69, College St f ENT'S VARIETY GOODS. Black and Fancy VA t rench Uloms ana tjassimeres; irench 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, Linen 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 Silkand Gingham Umbrellas. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar2S 59, College St HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. Rich Satin Da mask, Embroidered Muslins Curtains, Laro 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, (imps, Fringes. Curtains, Drops; Ac, Ae. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar2D 59, Colleze 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 t ime. STEVENSON A WH 1TE, mir23'54 59, College St 185 i. NEW SPRING IMPORTATIONS. 1854. JAMES NICHOL, KO. 20, ON THE SQUARE, 3 POORS FROM COLLETIE ST. IS now receiving and opening for the Spring trade an as sortment of Silk, Faucy and Staple Goods, that for extent, variety and richness, will surpass any Stock that he has everoffered 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 Fabrics, Embroideries; Ribbons; Laces; Gloves; Linuens; AY'hite Goods; Clothes; Cassimeres; Vestings, Ac, Ac, to which will be made constant additions, by the arrival of every Steamer, theiehy enabling him to preoent to those favoring him with a call, one of the largest and most desirable selection of ar ticles in his lina to be found in this city. Nashville, March 15 '54 PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OP HARTFORD, CONN. Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund $l,O0O,O0O! INCORPORATED 1825. ! Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most favot I able terms, against i LOSS OR DAMAGE . BY FIRE, OR THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION, by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT, Agents for Nashville and Davidson County. jel tf, FALL ARRANGEMENTS. FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH VILLE. BY an arrangement between the South Carolina, Georgia, Western and Atlnnticand Nashville ana unattanooga railioaas, gooas will be brought, through to Nashville at the following rates: URST CLASS. Boxes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light goods, per cubic foot SECOND CLASS. Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con fecfionaries,Camphene,Spirits Turpentine, id casks Ac, per 100 lbs ' 82 10 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) per 100 lbs i 25 Goods to be delivered at Nashville at above rates' must be plainly and distinctly marked to the care ot Agent of Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., at Chattanooira and Agent of South Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston. ' Persons shipping from eastern cities can ship bv steam ers at or about 12c, by propellers at Sc, 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 maue, 01 wuca aue notice win oe given H. I ANDERSON. Sunt. V. A n R P n N. B. The .same difference will be made whea goods are to be delivered at Decherd, Sbelbrrille and Murfreesboro l utuvi pmuuua uu uur ruau, as is now znaae Dei ween ireignwirom asumie to jnatianooM. and freights from theabore points to Chattanooga, under the arrangement nitutub niinvT.r, ai v U ja, CL A Vytl jane 16 tf h. a 17RESH TINE APPLES-Received this day per eamer Nashville and for sale by apIS GEORGE GREIG. BANANAS Kec'd per steamer Nashville, bunchone fresh Bananas, and for.sale by apIS GEORGE GREIG. COCO AN UTS Just ree'd per steamer Nashville two tierces Fresh CocoriNuts, forsale by "PIS GEORGE GREIG. T7UGS 500 Drums FreshFigs, superior quality, received J? and for sale low by apIS ' GEORGE GREIG. -liTELSON'S PATENT OPAGNE GELATINS; J -and Nelson's Patent refined Isinglass. Just received tnd forsale by GEORGE GREIG feb2o. FOR JUNE. HARPER'S MAUAZlMi r'OK JMtti The beginning of a volome. Now is the time to sub scribe Subscription received tad single . copies sold by :.,. -SA F.TIAOAJT A'ront june3.' '54 "DINE APPLES. 6 dozen very line fine Apples i nisi received ner steamer aid? oca. mayS4 JOHN NIXON, Jr. - . 1 1 jl .1 X SAWYER WALUA VE d V u. COMMISSION MEIWUAWS, NO.:i29,;TnONT.STBEET, KEW . YORK. ' -E DOffABD, . A. KORKB, S. 8." WILLIAMS, JSO. A. JLSaXB. JOHNSON, HORNE & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Commiaionand Forwarding Merchants, aad Storeri of. gotten ana Aooacco, -Mr of Markctand Srcad Sts., JfashreOe. Tain. july 8, 1858. PICKETT. MACMTJEDO A CO., BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS A'-Pir ORLEANS. " WM.S. PICKETT rjateofthe firm of PICKETT, PER. KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav ing, associated themselves in business, will conduct a Banking and "General Commission Business, in this Citr, under firm of Pickett, JIacmcrdo A Co. . Particnlar attention paid to the sale ot Cotton, arid to the shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally. uOfi y2L U. VACGBEOOB, K. I. AIXOWAT, ! BAXXBEAT, MACGREGOE, ALL0WAY & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. Charles Strict, (third Store above St Charles Hotel,) r&- v r ii.iflwir ji m v..v,iri!!o Totm unit all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship ments to us. sepio L. H. SIMPSON & SONS , IMPORTERS OF Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignes, &c, KO. 19, ME A YER STREET, NEW YORK. And Roe la Bastide. Bordeaux. may 16 ly. R. V. BELL. Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and jjomesuc xauuuti, receiving, x orwaxuiug iwu Commission Merchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 28. R. U. ERASER, COMMISSION- MERCHANT, KO. 13 CAROSDELET STREET, New Orleans. REFER TO: Got. A. V. Brown. Nashville. Tenn.: Col. T. H. McNeill Coahoma county, Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark, S. J. "Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co, Pulaski, l enn.; jas. v. Maione, sq., A mens, Ala. oct9 ly. dUih TX7"E HAVE iust received anotlier supply of Landreth's VV Garden Seed, to which we invite the attention of marketers and others that have naa their vegetables kilted by the late fro.t, S rBETCH A ORR, rny!2 Druggists, corner College and Union sts. JOHNSON & WEAVER, KO. 29 A 31, SO DTK MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN., GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING, AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. And Receivers and Dealers in Cotton, Keeps on hand a full supply of GROCERIES. BAGGING. HOPE, Ac: AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make Hbe al cash advances on the same for shipment. fNashville, Oct. 6,1858 wAtw B. L. CRENSHAW, A. C FAEIsJ SOMETHING NEW. XTTE having completed our Shop, and put up all our T T macnines, are reaay 10 ao an Kinas ot uarpenters work on the shortest notice. SASH. DOORS, BLINDS MOULDINGS of all sizes, BANISTERS, WINDOW and DOOR FRAMES 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 inch to thirty inches square. Persons wanting any thing in our line," wou.d do well to give a can m-iure purcua-fini; naewuere, we are ueier mined to do nil of our work well, and give perfect satisfac tion, and as cheap as it can be done. All work delivered to any bouse in town without cost. Shop on Broad street, west of the N simile and Chattanooga Railroad, where we will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that wants work. CRENSHAW & FARLS. jan26 ly. Come one Come all ! This Rock shall fly From its firm base as soon as I ! ! ! FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-4. rrUlE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of i .lasavuie aaa surruunuin country iaai ne nas now on hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock' of Gents FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall ana inter wear. Among which May be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth Cloaks, Spanish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do, IJT1- TJ 1 , , UmTvn onA Hiiro 1 1 t C, 1- 1.I.. Bor, Frock and Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles and colors too numerous to mention. Pants and Vests of ever style and color, to suit the most fastidnotis. Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S' CLOTHING. Fine 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 siock Detore ptircnasingelsewncre. FeptlS Iu POWERS, No 84, Market St. opposite Union Street, N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com bmation 01 men. u. f, BACK TO FIRST PRINCIPLES! F. IITRONEMUS H AS just openeda Tailor Establishment on Dead erick street, nearly opposite the Union and American office, where he hopes, by close attention 1 to business, hp will receive a share of that liberal patron age wmcn oe iormeny receivea. JST" Cutting and repairing done in the best manner, and en the most reasonable terms. feblS 6m. WALL PAPER I WALL PAPER!! ON HAND, a fine assortment of French and American Paper Hangings for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms, Chambers. Ac. AISO, a large lot of cheap nnglazed Papers, Borders, Fire Screens, Window Curtains Ac, at KLAGAS AOORBEY, Nashville Wall Paper Store, No. 20 College st. . B. Paper Hanging promptly attended to, warranted done in the best manner. an29 '.4.j MACKEREL SO BARRELS MACKEREL; SO half bbls Mackerel; CO kite dn; Just received and for sale low by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO., nov22 Broadway. OTAR CANDLES 100 BOXES STAR CAN- O dies just received and for sale low, to close, by nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. SUGAR 20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR; 20 bbULoaf Sugar; 10 bbls Powder'd do; Just received and lor sale by nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. TAR LEAD 5 KEGS BAR LEAD; Just received by nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. HYDRAULIC CEMENT 300 BARRELS Louisville Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for Bale by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. SALT SOO BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT; 150 bags Fine Salt; just received by nov22 A LEI ALE! ! 50 BARRELS "TRACEY A: S Wilkin s" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re ceived and forsale low to close, by nov27 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. OCALES! SCALES! ! WE ARE CON- STANTLY supplied with Illundell's unequalled Wheel and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,000 lbs., which will be sold exceedingly low. We can also supply Railroad 2) aft and Etpol Scales, iruiu turee 10 uuy ion.-, uu mc muai icumjuuuic terms. JOHNSON, HORNE A CO, nov26 Broadway. FRESH GROCERIES DIRECT FROM NEW Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Rio Coffee; Laguyra Coffee: Spice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. Ac For i i e , i. ' ifiiiVc?.v- t r (i t -1 i saie low iur uaru uj tjuuiicv.i, uumiij a. norl5 B T ANGHORN & ARM1STEAD. 100 PACK 1 J agusof Langhora A Armistead's superior Chewing To- Dacoo, just receivea ana lor saie dv oct26 J OllNSON, HORNE A CO. TVTOTICETO ALL. HAVING ASSOCIATED with me in the Coach JianufsctunneBusinessMessrs. ROBERT CAPPS, JAMES F. PHELPSand ARCHIBALD STUART, all good Mechanics and industrious men, I ask for the countinuation of ray old customers, and hope, janl2 6m. IRA A. STOUT. UNION COACH FACTORY! Entrance No. 5 Clark Street, iVo. 8 Spring Street. UNDER. THE FIRM OF IRA A. STOUT & CO. WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Union for the purpose of caryingon the Coach Manufactur ing Business in all its yariota branches having taken the oldstnndof Ira A. Stout, on Clark Street and extended through to Spring Street, we are ready to compete with any Carriage Manufactory in' the State of Tennessee, on any work brought from the North or East, and all we ask of our friends and the public is, to give us a call for any artiele in our line of business; having superior workmen and the best of stocks Also,, we beg Itave hereto say that we use no iron but the best Tennessee, which is the best iron in the United States for Coach work. We are all working men and will nse our utmost exertions to sivo satisfaction to our customers, and all persotu. oaring work to repair may rely on getting it when promised. fcfir ah uraers prompuv aueuueu tu. IRA A. STOUT, ROBERT CAPPS, JAMES F. PHELP3. jssl2 Cm bvtAo. .ARCHIBALD STUART, u .'i m ' . .1 Manufacturer astl Wkalegale Dealer k- .Clotnisg, No. 7irjg&blic Sauare. NASHVILLE; TENN. WE have now" in Store" over 20,000 Garments, suita ble for the SrrinF and Summer irA nhi, o nvitetheatteritioaof City and Country Dealers. These goods are all new and gotten op in the most ap proved manner,1 and will be sold at less than Eastern ori .v. w.i.w M. IIUIUM I1IUC UCA1C19, maiau K.H. BROCKWAY. T. J. MODXTOK. JNO. J. B EECH. MOULTON .1 BEECH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGCISTS AND GROCERS, Nos. 52 aad. 54 Broadway, BETWEEN COLLEGE AND CHEP.Br STREETS. NASHVILLE, TENN. WEare now just in receipt of a largs and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Ods, Varnishes, uyes, uurpentme, rutty, uiass ana uiassware. also ' A large stock of Groceries and Sundries, viz ; 50 hhds prime Susan 100 boxes Star Candles: iao Dags kio ucnee. 100 bbls Molasses; CO bbls do; 20 bbls Crushed Sugar; 10 " Powdered do; 20 bags Pepper; 10 " Alsptce; 20 doz 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, assort 8,000 galls Stoneware, as- sorted 1,000 kegs'white Lead; 500 4 boxes Window Glass; 1,000 lbs Putty, in bladders, 1,000 lbs Span Float Indigo; 1,500 lbs Dutch Madder; 20 bbls Clover Seed; Dacco; it " 'iimotny; 10 kegs Fig Tobacco, very 200 bushels Blue Grass; a- . I nn it 1 n ... l lice article: 200 " Millet Seed: 150 gross Matches; 150 Reams Wrap Paper; 75 doz Buckets; 40 doz Brooms; marT '54. 10 casks fine Brandy; 10 " American Brandy 10 ' SM.Wine; 100 bbls Whisky, all grades; JI0GLTON A BEECH. UNDER A FULL HEAD OF STEAM I SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK ! 1854. No.53, Market Street. The nndersicned. recently rsinmj fmm ttm EASTER NCITIES, where he has selected a very choice as sortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, adapted to the Stock comprises ercry article pertaining to a gtntleman's Wardrobe, of all qualities and most approved styles. COATS Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats-all colors and styles. Drab D'Ete, do. Cashmnrett and Farmer's Satin, do. Linen, do, of all colors and qualities. PANTS Cas- simers, plain and fancy, all descriptions. Drab D'Ete, Lin en, uuu a great vaneiroi outer rants every nue ana fabric VESTINGS-Silk. Satin. Marseilles. &c. ill kind. In addition to these leading articles, his stock contains Cravats, Collars, Gloves, Shirts. Drawers, Suspenders, Socks, Hats, Caps, Ac He has also a select lot ot Goods, which he will make tip to order in the most fashionable manner on short notice. He returns his thanks to his friends for their former lib eral patronage, and Hopes for a continuance of their farois He also hopes that such a3 are indebted to him will PAY ur linmeaiately, as he is m want of funds. apl4 8m. JI. SULZBACKER, Agent. HARDWARE- tn a EH (3 o g to i-3 o ri -1 Q fa 55 Bc Si.. "3 T -a 3 . r m S H Sj'3'?rn ' S te E 5 2 "H 3 J6 JS -a m Z W -S S 3 5 S S J3 S ftrj-a C crjr o a 3 24 E-i o o s o w 3 FALL & CUNNING-HAM, So. 47 COLLEGE STREET, INTaslixrlllo, Toiuiossoo, Direct Importers an.I Scalers in CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, HOUSE BUILDING MATERIALS, AND GENERALLY, HAVE now on hand an extensive assortment of HARD WARE of every description, and would invite the at tention of all MERCHANTS visiting Nashville for sapplies to give them a call before purchasing Feathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, received at the highest market pric in exchange for GOODS or ia pavment of ACCOUNTS. fUnll-tf. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. This Road being now complete, it opens a communication be tween Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh and Baltimore, br which freicht from the West can rrach n Eastern Market quicker and cheaDer thanbv anv fifth present rival routes. They connect with the Daily Packets at Pittsburgh, from St. Louis, Iiuisville, Cincinnati, Wheel ing, and all the diflerent 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 Philadelphia, without transhipment of freight an advantage that can be appreciated by all shippers. In ease of obstruction of navigation, br Ice or low wnfpr Freights Westward can be forwarded from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati, or towns in the interior, by Railroad. Rates ofFreight between Pittsburgh and I'hiln. dPlphiaor Baltimore. WrniR I SUMMER I TEST CLASS. ratks. I r.tcj hit uooas, uoots, stioes, lists, and Capet- : c 1 r' . 1 . , ( per 100 lbs. nig, r iirs ami 1 euries, r earners, jjau dlenr, Ac SECOND CLASS. -Books and Stationary, ury uooas in naies, wnigs, Ulassware. Groceries, rexcept Coffee.) Hardware, 7Scta. fiOcts jiouoware, .-viecninery, uu uiom, n ool, ac. THIRD CLASS Bagging, Bacon, and Pore in bulk, ButIersalted,Copperin in gots, Flaxseed, Hogs' Hair, Flax, Leath er Eastward, Zinc GCcts. SOcts FOURTH CLASS Bacon and Pork pack-1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 m n . i. en, yauuies rjisiwuru, (jn?e5C iasiwara, Fish salted, Iron, Soda Ash, Tobacco in Iieaf, Eastward, Tar, Rosin, Whisker, Cotton, (in Summer,) Coffee, Lard Oil, (through.) Pork fresh, in lull car load. SOcfe. -JOcts at owner's risk (ihO. C.FRANCISCUS, Freight Ag't Pittsburgh. K.J. SNEEDER, Freight Agent, Philadelphia. MAG RAW A KOONS. Freight Agents, Baltimore. JOSEPH L ELLIOTT, Fght Ag't. No 7 west st. N H. H. HOUSTON, Genl Freight, Agent Philadelphia, marl 6 'o4 PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. INCLINED PLANES AVOIDED. Two Daily Lines from Pitts burgh to Philadelphia. Running Through by Express And by morning Mail Train, Leav.ng Pittsburgh at 7 A.M Through in 17.50 hours, and connecting with tbe Trains . .u.u, uomiig 1 uuuiirguu j.vi r. ji in lU.'JU hours from S -'"ssoun, Aimn, usiena and Chicago, Illi ;irankfort, Lexington and Louisville, KentuckT: Ter- aiifo Mailton T I?i. 1 : -'!. nois; n ooster, unio. AL?o connecting at Pittsburgh with the Steam Packet Boats from New Orleans, St. Louis, Loui villeand Cincinnati. Fare through (all the war br Kailrcad to Philadelphia.) from Chicago. ?18 2o Columbus, - . cs, Madison and La Fay. ette, Indianapolis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Darton. lienetontaine, - 2 s.", 17 22 Zanesrille. - 12 BS 15 25 Newark A Sandusky, 11 7 17 95 Uon.fi!.t ji,i:V 13 00 Wooster, - - loso IS 75 Cleveland - jo 00 14 00 Pittsburgh, . 8 00 18 00 Xenia, Toledo, EST Passeneers from the West will find this the short. est and most Expeditious Route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, or Boston. TUOS. MOORE, Agent, f rassengerianes 1 nuaaelpma. 5. ME3KIMEN, Agent, Pasenger Lines, Pittsburgh. PniUDELPBU, March 16, 1854 tf EAST FLORIDALAND AGENCY. Br J. G. POINTS. Ref er ences . Hon. A. H. U. Stuart, Stanton, Va. Dr. Jack Shackelford, Courtland, Ala. Hon. J. J.Ormond, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. . -Dr. jPiiricerMobiIerAIa. J. J.McMahon, Esq., New Orleans. CoL B. a Burnett, 1 B. M. Bradford, Esq., V Aberdeen, Mis. Hon. S. Adanu, , ) Tcmpa, Florida, Jam24 '54 ly. t-i a- 52 o 2 "SS and tn view or taring soon to movfconl ifT the hoT we at present occupy, for the purpwo ortaring IlarJ: and more, commodious .one buUt on tbe same lot. wlTSi dose out our present stock at prices far below the resukr rates, and buyers wanting anythmg In tmr' Une.wonWdo weU to give us an early call, as we s redetermined to close them out to enable ns to open an entire new stock in onr' new house this fall. aplL R. Q. McNAIRY A. CO. COUNTRY MERCHANTS BUYING in our city, will find in our stock.xmany nice goods that we will sell at prices that will justify their buying, and if they will come and Jook through, we feel confident that we can make it to their interest to bur of us. spU. R. C, McNAIRY A CO. t. DRESS GOODS. TN.thisJiae our Stock .fkr.excKH)hnth in nnnnlihr ni? i variety, any stock we. have ever had; and.it embracea. auinenewaesignsin Plaid, Striped, Checked and' Plain SUks, Bareges, Grenedines,, Tissues, Twisted Silks, Organ div Printed Jaconets, Mnslinsi Lawns, Brilliarite, Ginf hams, Chmtxs. Ac Ac, and everything in thia war we will sell cheap and no mistake. Call early. " . "P11 ' B. C McNAIRY A CO. wiarc goods. T1LAIN, Ficrared. Checked and Srrii.! Imiuii A X. Swiss Mnstins, Hair Striped, Checked and Plaid Scft Mull and Nainsook Muslins. Dotted Swiss, wht. and in cols India Twills, Dimity Damask, Figured Lnttens, Brilliantes, Bishop Lawn?, Book Muslins, and every thing in this way: EMBROIDERIES. Every thing new and desirable in ChemizelU and Sleeves, Emb'd Skirts. Po. Hdkfs., Jackonet and Swiss" lianas, jacKonet ana Swiss tdgmgs. Valenciennes and Plaitt Ices and Edgings, Stamptd Collars, Chemiiettes. Sleeve Band"", Hdkfs, AcAc a new-article forembroider- ing- It. C. MCNAIRY A CO, apll. lUVUlllllllU V. W J LJ. SUMMER BOMBAZINES, Canton Cloths, Challys, Plain and FI cured Twisted Silks. Crane de Pmris & and 6 4, Black Bareges, Alpaccas, At, in great variety, apll. R. C. McNAIRY' A CO. GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR. BLACK and Fancy Cloths and Cassimeres, Plaid Linens, Plain, Col'd and Wht, Linen Drills Summer Cravats, Stocks, and every thing in the way of l!ovs Summer Clothing j a FURNISHING GOODS. 8, 10 and 12-4 Bleach Linens and Cotton Sheetings, Pil low Linens and Domestics Bed Ticking, Apron Checks, S 4 and ly-4 Table Damask, Dinnerand Tea Napkins, Col'd Bor'd Huck Towels, Col'd Bor"d Dianask Towels Russia and Bird Eye Diapers, fine and common Crashes, bath Towels, and and everr Thing in this way cheap. apll. R. C. McNAIRY A CO. DOMESTIC GOODS. OUR stock of Bleached and Bro. Muslins, Cottonadea Servants' Stripes and Plaids, Ac, Ac, is unusually large, and buyers wanting anything in onr line of business, would do well to give as a call before purchasing, as we j . . 1 1 j i t . . at i c udtciuuuru 111 iruiiut: uur pkick uviore jnoviDIT. anlL R 'O. If.iVAITtV R. 'C. McNAIRY A CO. SECOND IMPORTATION. GREAT NOVELTIES I THOMPSON & CO. OUR Buyer has just returned from the Eastern Cities, and we are now opening the most beautiful goods "and greatest bargains ever offered in Nashville. We have all the latest Paris designs, in Dress Goods, Lace Goods, and Mantles, purchased at extraordinary low prices. Many of our richest Dress Goods, we are selling at just half price. Drcsi Goods. SPLENDID Berages, entirely new patterns, at half prices; China Plaid Silks, the 'most beautiful lot ever opened; French Lawns, very cheap. Common Lawns, 'all prices; Linen Cambrics, very cheap; Plain Berages, all qualities; splendid Flounced Berages; splendid Flounced Tissues; beautiful new Silks; Bridal Dresses, splendid. Organdies. The most beautiful lot we ever opened. -Mantles. We would call especial attention to our new Mantles. They are most beautiful specimens of embroidery. Splended While Embroidered Silk; " Colored " do . " " " " Muslin; -u, r Appligne Lace, etc; Beautiful Muslin Basques; ' " Needle worked Muslin Scarfs. .. j . Lace Goods. . .; Real Guitar sets; ". ' " Honeton " , . " Valenciences sets; . Rich Muslin Bosques; Needle warked French Muslin Dresses; , . Bridal Dresses; " . " A'eils.rery beintiful; Beautiful French Sleeves; Valentine Collars, a new thing; , '. z Valentine Collars, with sleeves. ' . ' AVhite Goods Of every kind a better assortment than we ever had. Mourning Goods. A new supply of black Shallies; Berge de Lane.; Berage Crape; Mourning Silks, etc.clc. Best English Hosiery. Gentlemen's half Hose, every kind; Ladies' best English Long Hose. Irish Linens. A splendid lot mada especially for our salW linens, Sheetings, etc; Marsailles Quilts. Alexandre Best Kid Gloves. We have received a new supply. In a -word, we never had so beantiiul or so ct eap a stock to oner: having been bonght very late in the season. We not only have them exceedingly cheap, but have many thingsthat have not been seen before in this market. THOMPSON A CO. apSS'.'U No. 21. Public Square.- CLirTO.V & ABBOTT, No. 15, Cedar Street, ARE now receiving their SPRING AND' SUMMER STOCK OF CLOTHING: comprising all tho latest bT VLES, and of quality, superior to any other in the City. AsourCLOTUIKO i Manufactured by the Senior partner R. D. CLIFTON, (in Philadelphia,) we enn guarantee the WORKMANSHIP to be O OO IK aplT tf. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. LANDE A 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 oi elegant READY MADE CLOTHING of the best Materials; so that persons who are desirous of procuring rA3UiuAAlM UAKME.NTS can be suited. Customers and Strangers visiting the Citr are respect fully invited to call and examine their Stock befTe 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 largo lot of TRUNKS. SHIRTS", IJ. u u.i, u gfi.j , .111.1 lilt r.i.r.ii r. . n TXTEalso. inform our friends and the nublie. that V v have now on band, a large and well assorted stock of tne latest stvles ot SILK, r UK, STRAW, LEGHORN AND CASHMERK HATS. Also, children's fanrr HATS and CAI'S, unsurpassed in qualitr, stvle and lowness oi" pnee. UftUt &. KLSEBACH apIS Hal and Cap Minufacturcn', Na 43. Market st. ALSO. Received this week a large lot of Trunks Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low: at pn4 LANDE A ELSBACH'S. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT. No. 11, Cedar st, five doors from Public Shum, Wiititc may De tound a rnoiceana well select ed stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of the latest and most beautiful patterns, all of which . H will be made up to order in the. most fashionable stvi.. n.ii at as short notice as" cartTje done.i.1 any ritr in" the Union . n : . .A : ,1.. . - - ' uuu jiiivr-i w null 1 1 ic 1 1 1 Ur.. Itendy-.llnde Clothin?. Coats. Pant3. and Vesta of all kinds. A line assortment oC Jlen's FurnUbing Goods Silk and Merino Under Shirts Shirts Stocks, Gloves Sus- penaen, uravBLs l ocKet llana&ercbiers. MUt and Linen, Shirt Collars, Umbrellas Ac S5T" Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine. TJIOS. J. HOUGH, Agent marll TA tf LYONS St CO. Importer.' and Dealers in Havana Cigar, To bacco, and all kinds of Foreign AVineo, Liquors, etc No. 19 Cedar SrRiKT.Nashville. Country orders respectfully tolicited and punctually at tended to. ATE ARRIVAL. CIGARol CIGARS Received this day a large lot of superior Regalia Cigars, which tor flavor and quality will surpass any erer brought to Nashville. We keep "constantlr on hand a verr larire a- portment of all descriptions of Cigars, which we will selC : 1 1 1 . 1 1 . . 1. 1 . . - . , 1 riuirrak n nuituour retail, ut uie juwei prices, uountry and City dealers are respectfully invited to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. ap7. LV0N3AC0., 19 Cedar st. LIQUOILS. We keep constantly on hand a full sup ply of Brandies, Wines and all other liquors, of va rious qualities, for either wholesale or ietail by 8II LYONS A CO., la Cedarstreet. CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO The lovers of the weed would do welt to call on us we having just received an article or Tobacco or a very superior quality. LYONS A CO., P7 19 Cedar street. rpHOSE BEAUTIFUL PIPES. I have just re- 1 Mivail a Int f ih.Miu, V. "... T irprimiiti . .... ..... . . - ever brouzht to the western eonntnr. I invito -inT.m.n to caU and examine them, at the sign of the IittielNDIAN; corner of Cherry and Cedar streets. : leBifSw-u J.: MOORE. I EWIN IROTHERS, R TJv Gr GISTS, No. 7, North College Street, NASHVILLE, TENN, WOULD respectfully- Inform Drtwgfetg. Merchtct. Phyaiciana and Manufacturers, &t tUreanTin commenced theDRCG BUSINESSm the nbtiWinfra tirely a fresh one, and they are determined to make both tt-a pni and qualities satisfactory. They cr sale low ashor on lime to nunctual men 64(1 gallons best Winter Sperra Oil: 800, TarmersOit ' SW do Eihi-i 1 1 40 65 do MuKAlit fi;-. 1500 1400' 100O do do. do Alum; : gefiaed Saltetre- - Epsom Salt; C50 do uumcampw 7500 do Sop. Carb. ScJ. ,c -10 do Mlane'a Liver pSt 100 doi. ir,tnn"r;lt.nmra?5; 100 Gro. wood box Matches 8S0 ilox. Mason's Blackfns-' 2S0 m. G. D. Caps; 1000 pounds Red Lead-drr SOO do White do do 900 do LethnrtT-- 1060 do Ensr.Ven, S4 usr-sw 60 dox. do labofJea; 43 do MaecahoY-Rnnfr t- 1000 lbs. ' "5 . ... SOO boxes Window Glau-SCrt 4000 lbs. Puttv; ulas-a'orted; 180 pounds Pearl Sare 110 do Tapioca; ' 6ofl do Gum Arabic S6 dox. Cod Liver Oil Rushton ClarkrJ 215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;' 68 do Aqua Ammonia; 20 do Sqr. lodida of Iron; Schseflelm's Extra Powders and Extract- Medicine Chests-a variety of styles and sires. BT feathers, Beesw-j; Ginseng, Flaxwd. An t-f-n tthe highest market. ' (tSlS-tf fresh AiamrALs At the-WhoIesale and Retail Drug, Mcdicl-e Chemical, Ferfumcrr, ranc-, Article," ' Stone Ware, PainN, OiU, Varabb. X- Sand Paper, Brnsheo, Seed, y Vare Store of H. G. SCOTEL, NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, THREE . J)O0RS WEST OF THE NASHVILLE INN. 600 galls, best Winter Lard 00; 190 gross Wood Box Matches; 100 bushels clean Blue Grass Seed, .Kestcckr 100 do strip'd do do do de 10 barrels Clover Seed; 20 da Piaster Paris; 60 dc Hydraulic Cement; 89 SacksOsage Orange Seed, for HedgsFenee; 100 ounces beat London Snlphat Qiini-ic 1000 pounds Epsom Salt; 2 barrels Top Onionj; t 2S0 Dental Files, (Stnlb's;) 115S0 lbs RollSulphun 12.-6 Hor do; 83.'i pounds Imported Ca.sbIe.V40 847 (Jo Indigo; r' 40 gJIons best Coach Varnish; - - - . 40 do do Japan doj. 40 do do Furniture do; ' r" 42 do do Demur do; 20 reams Vinderpools Flint Paper .. 100O pounds French Zinc White Paml 1S0O " Fresh Putty; For FINISHING PARLORS in the most bjaatifui modern Northern stye, the subscriber has obtained t2 French Zinc hit Faint. Those who areljuildbr , houses and making improvements, would tnd this article .deCTdedlr supenor, withal void of the deliateriocs- infla-ji. ces of lute Lead Paint. For sale by feb21 n. G. SCOTEL. IEW DRUG STORE6 :T- Gr. SHOWSf (Formerly of O.e firm of Font, Fr'art d T, HAS OPENED, with an" entire new stock of x!l Drugs, Medicines, PainU, OiLs, rerfunleiT, rT7 Ac-, ixc, on the site formerir occupied by the old firm, Mj. 43, College Street,, three doors from tnr, where he will be pleased to wait upon his old friendnes.i citizens generally. Particnlar attention U given to- Phvs. ians Prescrlptijns, whieh wiil be filled with accuracr and dipatch. . . , SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, comprising Pocket Cases, assorted; Pocket Vial Cases, scv eral newpattems; Specnlums, assorted; Midwile, Amputat "j loiiMjr a cumpicie assortment ox evervtn.sg nally kept in this line may be found at , , J. G. BROWN'S, 4T, CoUegs-S febll ."4 PEKIN TEA COMPAN Y.-l have X Ml supptr of the bust qualities of Teas, put np by this CompirT 7 It is the same formerly kept br Ewin, Brown A Ca, which eare such general satisfaction.' The Ne Plus Ultra Blacl Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to ba sapericr ti any in this market; also, Teas in sinul! raddia of ? 1K- each. J. fi. BROWN. feb!2 WINTER STRAINED bblz just received by LARD OILSlt J. O. BROWN. COD LIVER OIL. Four gross Rash tor., Clark 4 0o.'s best article, warranted pure and fresh, just ree?tv ed by feb 1 l-'iL J. O. BROWN . BERMUDA ARROW ROOT. -Warranted rr fectlr pure and fresh. A full supply at febllil- J. O. BROWNE. aOULAY BITTERS. Altiil supply. jut rertv ed by ftbll-r-4. 5:6,brown HARTS CARMINATIVE Two Manufacttue, just received br febll-'54. grov, direct !rr j.o.brow:i PERFUMERV in every style, French, German Sid American Colognes Hair Oils, Pomades ".. Ac Tooth Powder and Paste, Fiver's Aromartic Vlneg--, Glenn's Rose Bears Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and w-."- Windsor Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with n general assortment of Plain and Fancy Soaps. Hair Brei.he Ac, Ac Shell and Buffalo Dres;ng and Fine Comb;, Ivory do. Powder Puff and Boxes, Lillv White. A-ifcsv-ter, Ac, Ac fb:i-'it Jf. C. BROW N. j UNIVERSITY- OF NASHVILLE, I rpHIS Institution was founded br tbe State ef North Car JL Una in 1785 as Davidson Academy. It became Ctei berland College in 1305, and Univerafiy of Suhvhis t 1S2C. The Literary Department Will be re-opened under a new Organization, and w .a new Buildings on the first Wedneslar of October mat REV. EDWARD WADSWORTH, D D,Pn.r of Ethics ani Belles Lettres and Chairman of the Faculty. BEVJ W McCULLOCGU, IU), Prof of Ancient Lan- gnajres JAM W L MCIGS, A M, ProrofMathemalics and Natcn. Philosophr. BEVJ B Lt'NDSLEY, M D, Prof ot ChemMrf and tea Natural Sciences. E P ZEVALLOS, Prof of Modern Langnages. Tuition ?75perannnm Matriculation lee ?5. The Law Department. Will also be opened on the first Monday ofUrtorxr next FRANCIS B FOGG, Esq, i WILLIAM F COOFER, Esq- V Professor.. -. Ei. :- 1 Fees for lectures? 100 per annum. The Medical Department, Closed its first Session with 121 Students and SS UraiuaUs its second Ith 152 Students and 15 Graduates and its' third with 22) Students and 71 Graduate. The Fourth Annual Course of Lectures will ccamtze on Monday the SOth of October next, and eontinc till the first" of the ensuing March. ROBERT M. PORTER, M D, Prof, of General ted Spe cial Anatomy. J. BERRIEN LINDSLEY. 31 D, Chemistry and PUrs. acy and Dean of tbe Faculty. C.K. WINSTON, M D, Materia Medics and Jlsdiau. Jurisprudence. A II. BUCHANAN, M D, Scrrical and Pathcajrical Anatomy. 0 THOMAS R. JENNINGS. If. 1 Tn.t;.,.M r r-.ir.- . and Clinical Medicine. ' . K. BOWLING, M. lTbeorrand Practice of Med.. Cine. JOHN JL WATSON. M.I1. nKii.in'n. n:..- of Women and Children. mY VSJ,t D- Priciples and Practice of Snnrerr WM. T. BRIGGS. M.D, Demonstrator of AnatcSyT Til Anatomiral mnms trifl ir ... 1 J: the first Mondafof OcSber. " A full PaxuHWABT coras. of Lecture. freo to atf Sta feoofuct h nirersitv:at which otieratinn. . .-r j prescribed for and lectured nn,, ,,r'u' , .u Amount of Fees for lectures fa thU Derartm-nt .s i JO Matnculatmg Fee, (paid once only.) Aactical tomy, $10; Graduating Fee25 ' uooa waracan be obtained for ZZ 00 per week The Annual Announcement iririn-!. fn li . several Departments of the Univershy mar bVhad br at," plyingto A. V. S. LLVDSLEY mario M lamweowoctl Setfy Board TresfeVa. GOPAJlTNERSUH.-l HAVE THIS DAY mocuxm . withmeintbeAVholesale Grvcerf Coa. mission, Receiving and Forwarding Bnsinecs ilr W I . or2- h. H. LANIER. D. R. CLvVUlORNE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT IA v? omcE 01 coopxa'a senunfea, chirrt ztsxsi : Nashrul, Tna, J iiifciill I "'