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I. -Vi COMiaSSIOX, AXV FORWARDING. 3CERCHAST Oariur of OatteftadJiBreh ttrtd, JRnirflZfc COFFEE 200 bags Rio; S3 bags Havana: 4 -.60, do .-Laguyarar 50 io JurC-fS CIQAUSS0.0MInjn.Uara; 18,000 Americas; 100,0000 Cubans and Melee Cigars; CANDLES 2i'0 ooxes Sperm and Star; 200 boxes Stenn an Tallow; r COTTON -YARNS A lotof ateorled Txos. Osuubura, su erioifluolittmamactararspncR.1 JFRU1TS 1W bxs Raisinsassorted sixes; 6u drama lligs; ' , -jo frails Almonds; '20 bbtt Pecans; -J'lSn 50 barrels and half barrels Mackerel;. , ; 75 Kits Mackerel: 13ciises Sardines; FLOUR EOO'bbls.GaUigo: 175 Cincinnati; 75 db.StlomsfJUrrisnn's;) k " UIAS&-S06'boxes TYindow.'oU sites; " - 125 do QL, Pt and K Pi. Flasks; " 75 do Hint Tnmb era and Goblets; CO do Squatt and Cap Jars; i, 90 Demijons, five and three gallons; IR0i Tennessee and PilUborg, assorted Kites, LIQUORS 15 case London Porter quart and pint; 10 Scotch Ale ' . " --swSV 75 barrels Amerjcan and Trench Brandy; ' -!)5 do Apple and Teach 400 da Whisky, 'rariousbrandsf ., do 'Holland Gin; 25 do' Ni-E. Bern; do Wine, various kinds; do Cider Yineear; . 50. 23 100 M OLASSES 150 bbls andK bbls rebelled and a Hsum; 75 bbLs St Louis and A O uoidcn Myrnp; . N AILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted aiss; 150 do Wheeling ,M ' PICKLES 15 cases choice. asserted Pickles; 10 cases Tomaloc Catsup; SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar; lOObblsSu Lonis and Phuadelphia Crushed and Pulverised; 2S do Loaf. (LoTtrinjj'a;) SPICES 10 bags Allspice: 15 do Pepper; j 10 do-Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 b bis Kanawha; 250 sucks line and ceaae; 135 sacks DairyAnd 25 boxes table saR; SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap; SEKDS.r-15 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; ,. -JKM. TOBACCO 50 boxes Che wing, assorted brands; "-' 25 boies Jenny Ijindjauperic, ; tide; SUNDRIES Indigo Copperas, Madder, -Olive OiLLea'd Powder, Shot, balssratus, Soda, Axes, Chains, Painted Buckets, Ac-, Ac For sale low for cash by T. J. -CLACIC 'JSLibcraladvanccjoa consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool; 100,000 lbs .Bacon and Lard; T " Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and G uwes. For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries. -ianlS. T. J. CLACK. -GKOCEK1ES, &c PKESIi ARRIVALS. 200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop; ' SJsack3 JjiMrm (Jones; io npis juacserei, tsara oo; JX do j good Java do; fiXTlilidsuewfcBgarj SO bbls Mulisscs 30do do; .20 do Golden Syrup; 30 ,do Crushed Sugar; SO do " J'dwdcrcd do; ' 30 do Lof .do; M boxes Cod fish; 20 Smoked Herrings; Sardines; gab qtjar Pickles; Lemon Syrup? Pepper Sauce; aoo;" 20 Jt UO " 10 . 5 Ba. mueni; 10 tierces freta Kice; iiO doz painted Buckets; SO boxes and hall boxes iLlO nests tuoa; - R. RaUius; 5 casks London Porter; 10J drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspicc;' -1 bags S3 Almonds; 10 T Peppery - a caiks Pecan Nuts; 1& " Rave Ginger. "J bbls Ilrazi! do; t With numerous other articles in .'he grocery line, just received and for sale lowr for; CASH by decll E- S. CHEATHAM tCO CHAMPAGNE, rA UASKLTtiaud boxes tine .Champagne: a superior ar DU tide of the best brands. '.JustrecoiTedad,.foM8al by S"IdocU)-. - ' E. S.r CHEATHAM'&ICO. "flSl; WINKS, UKAIliSi Ac. aftCASKS OLUmDEIRA; ' vfi? "Sherry; IH " " 1,,r," . 1QW pipejpuro.CognaelJrandy, old and fine; iiJcaika " " " " 2,pipes " Holland Gin; "v S puncheons Irib Malt Whisky; v ",'licae3 assorted Cordials; fiF.if tfc by deel 1 E.S. CHEATHAM a CO. -"KECTIFIED AVII1SKY, ILfltRECS RECTIFIED WHISKY; Fr sale low in) M .decllj E. S. CHEATHAM & CO. . JIcCRE.V Ac TEUItASS, IVtiolPsale Grocers, Comiaissiou 'UlercUautsi AKO DIALEES IS Liquor, Iron, Castings, Nails, Hour and Salt, W. 35 Zroai 5., Kulvillt, Tarn. SUNDRIES. 100 hhds. prime S. O.Sugur, 150 bbls. Jlnlisses, 20 bags spice, 30 ' ginger, 4 bbls. putty, 5 " .alum, 5 '" brimstone, '40 casks soda, 150 kegs white load. ' 00 boxes pint . and quart flasks, 100,000 Havana fie jars. 50,000 melee and Cuba -sis segars, 100 gross matches, 12.5 boxes and boxes star candles, 175 boxes tallow candles, 75 " ;bar op, 100 cases ucpuwder and imperial tea, C bbls. Epsoi saltn, 75 boxta Sorlft, 10 by 12, and 12 bv 18 glass. 100 boxes and JV bxs raisins, 50 " lemon?, 2 cases indigo, 1 cask madder. 200 14 " da, 25 kin golden svriiP. 850 ba?ilJiItiraore ColToe; 75 V ltavanna do., 127 " -Lagavra' do, 50 "pockets old Java do., 150 bbls. loaf and poivdered Sugar, 5 tierces Rice, 60 boxes Lauffhorn t Arm stead's Tobifcco, 100 boxes other brands, 10,000 Ibi bar lead, 400 bags sb!, u.sor(ed, t00,WO G. 1. iwrTaioa caps, SOO krgs potwer, 50 boxes starch, SCO demijohns, SoO bag tine salt, 1000 bols. Kan. do., 800 boxes W. R. cbeesa. 150 " E.D. do 75 doz. plough linej and-lied cords. 5 bags pepper. 150 buckets. The above wdl be sold i ery low at 65 llroad L. by McCREA &TEURAS3. To iliuuoKdautt Turupiuc Coulractors. 5MZ. picks, lu " muttocks, 10 " spades, 5 " sledge hammer?, In store and for sale low by 12 dozen shovels. 4U drills, 75 steel pointed erow bars, So crow bars, unhiaished; McCREA & TEltRASS. MliUORS. jfii PIPES fine brands. Mm bbls". O 1 " Holland gin, 1 nuncheon Irish whikv, 500 " Pike's magnolia whisky, Tenn. rec d do., Rowers' do., magnolia rye do, old itourboa do., Araeri caul randy, N. E. rum, copper I), whisky. 40 bbls. port wine, sojie very 75 nne, 5 bbls. sherry wine, 5 " Madeira do. 40 " sweet Malaga, 15 boxes Muscat wine, 25 " claret do., 20 " brandy cherries, 40 baskets chamDairu wine. 50 25 40 55 50 Aoir lore 2Vjf pipes cherry brandy; The above will be sold Vi very 1 ....... .1 KKapaI limp nt H.r. ttmud Kt. br McCREA &TERRASS. BIIANDIES AND W INES. 18 yi casks superior.Rrandy, (warranted pure,) 5 quart casks old Port AVine; "Madeira do 2 hair pipes very fine Brndy. For sale by ,10 '54 r.f:iiell. mchlO DOMESTIC.IilQUOllS. 25 bbls New York Brandv; 10 " " Gin. For sale by mchlO'54 R. F.BELL, No. 23 College st, opposite Sewance House. UGAK GOO hhds Louisiana Sugar all grades, in Store and for sale by W. H. UORUON A CO., OLASSEtS 2u0 barrels Craiiheada Molasses, for salo by Tur22 W. U. UOKUO.N 4 UU. A1LS- 'O kegs Shocnbergr's Nails all sizes,l'or sale :aarJ2 W. II. GORDON A CO. by AC1C SAL1 1100 bag tmcSack Salt, for sale toar ) rive per Iroquois by W. II. GORDON 4 CO. mar22 54 B AH SOAP 100 boxes Prescott & Co., Rosin Soap, for sale by tnarg-i W. 11. UUftQUA w. OTAlt GANOLES 125 packages Wcrk Co.. Star lO Candles, in wliolc. lialves and quarters, icr sale oy mar22 W. 1L GORDON A CO. 0 LOVER. SEED 15. barrels Pennsylvania Clover Seed for sale to arrive per Amxncus by mar22 W H.GORDON a CO. 1"10 COr'fEE tiO bags Rio Cotle fur sale to unite XL per li Howard, by W. U. GORDON A CO. mari!2 54. TVTAILS. KMiO KEGS SIIOENISEUGEU'S FN CELEBRATED NAILS! all sizes. For sale by jau5 W. H. GORDON i CO. I,ASSWAItK,-SOO BOXES ASSOKTED T Tumblers, Jars, Lautberns. Ac. For sale by !au5 W. U. GORDON" A CO. TOBACCO. '-!O0 BOXES BARTLETT Extra VirgTnia Tobacco; ' " JONES' ',( boiea Ferguson's Extra Virginia Tobacco; 1 " Mubblcnclds do; !-' ;oodniu8 : do; .'"i " V...jlz do; tli varioai . lier brands, for Bate br .u5 W. lL GORDON & VO IxMtiiv t wr w nava. nv t hand u -cu. iul Asi.rlniri('Tti.h A- Cn 'n ..nll-hmlpil . we 1 ro. .i - j , Iu uowiedp,.,! ty. an whercver tbey Uiy been tetJ, ,.. u- U1C best urticleof tbe kind manufactured La.-'" country. Wo sell at Manufactlm!'r8, j'ani W- U' GORO0N CO-" C'oim CTJK N ArOLEON RE. 5 " La Tres Manas " ao! S " IEstella " do- With various other brands, for sale bv tb'e case onlv jan5 . WlL GORDON CO A'lll'ISR TA It lnn ... East Tennessee Wrapping Paper, for sale by jana . 11. uukuux A CO. RECEIVED PER STF, i.TIEIl KESCUE : "60 bbls. CloverSeed; 100 bbls Flour; 200 bags Ruck Wheal 1 lour. FoTKalcJowfrrcashby fcbjU CHAS. J. CLACK. r:.s FiTrinr. JMTSEA15ERRYAC0.,Ve-pectfully inform the citi . sens of Nashville that they are prepared Joxexecute. - I . .-I 4 .1 I .Ulu... w.. .. J any WOrK l ull u mlm ,u mcui iu mi: uroh iu.itfii, uuu uu ui. shortest notice; and on Jower terms than any work of tb" kind has ever been dous in tub city. . Call and sae maylS lmV J.M. SEARKRRYtACO. . WBOtALE",GR0CERS? wrotR viJ.JlAttlWfci: Z C11UKCUSTS, N AS KVTLX .""Til N"N13 S S E E . 3 ChT received per New JQrleans, Cincinnati and Pitls- burgsteacserstbc.fbllowing-articles, which .wo are of leriog low' for cash. " Country Merchants and dealer gene. jally will do wcH fo cali nndexaming for themselves: 750 bags prime Rio CoflTec; 0&z Brooms'; 60 do Lagayrs .do; . . 1,000 kegs Pure Lead; 200 bbls prime N Q Molasses;500 . do.Nol do; tXX) bbls do "do;- i-150 casks best English Soda; 150 IhdgSBgars, all grades;" 26bags Raco Ginger; Loaf Cruthed and Powdered S.ugare, an assortment; 25 bags Pepper; 15,'chests Teas, assorted; j uu opinj. -oy ddis jsoaa uracsers; 10 tierces fresU Klce; 100 boxei M Raisins; 50 boxes Cod .Fish; 60 do Herring; 0 bbkackerel; 100 ta'ta.assorted numbers; 10' cases fresh'Sardines;" 5 boxes Picklas,, 'assorted: CbblsHrimstone; 10 "do Alum: bags fiB Salt; t-r.. T'' 1 ' . . . 0 do Uutter , do; Cotton Yarns: assorted; 2 gross Wash Boards; 15nestsTubs; " Blasts Brandy; 8. do Signette Brandy; -. 8 do " do; 5 do. Madeira Wine; "5 do Sherrv do: 10 do Port do; SA bbls SM Wine; 40 U bblsSM Wine; -25 bbls Holland Gim 504o American' BraBdy; 50 do Old Hour Whisky; 50 do .Old Monong do; 9S an lllit Rm dor ov ireaujoans, ass a sizes; 10 frails Almonds; 100,000 C1gai,.Tar braBds; 3 X). boxta .prime Cheese: 150 do QuartTIasks: 150 do Pint do: 5 OdoTlute'd, Tumblers, as;2O0 do JRectibed do; 200 kegs Nail assorted; 20 do Old-Peach Brandy; . Together with"all. other articles "usually kept in our line. Canal- t .NICHOL, PEACOCK A CO3, , fefc3 ) Corner of Church and-Market stk BCC V.VOEL',.. TBOS. C. SCSQE. .i .A. TIXXB ' t." 3EN.MI(K0EL .& CO., . TTirOIiESALE GROCEKS, C0MKIS3I0N, RECEIVING AND FOR.VVAKD ING M E It C IIA.N.T S , " AND j)EALERS IN F0XEIQX AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, College Street. "WINES AND lilQUOBS. 200 bbls Pike's M'tf Whisky- .1 pipe Irish Whisky; loo ao -rate s uecunea ao; 2 "do Holland Gin: 50 do Brown's U V do: 20Xbls Old Port Wine; 20 do pure Peach Brandy; 25 do Apple do: 50 bk"s Champagns, 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 Cherries; 10 14 casks Madeira Wine; BEN. M. NOEL A CO. SO do Old Monotf 'la do; 50 do Old lioarbon do; 100 do American Brandy! 80 do NERum; 30 do -Gin; ' t 40 do SM Wine; 15 do Walker's Ale; "2 V pipes Madeira Wine; Sherry Wines; 8 14 pipes Old Brandy; In store and for sale by TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 50 boxes Gug Jones' Tobacco;20 boxes Missouri Tobacco; 50 do BoazA Goodwin do 20 do Kentucky do; 25 do Boaz's Gold Leaf do; 20 do Mussulman's nectar 15 do Pheuix do; leal Tobacco; do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco; do; 10 do Albrett's " do; do; 10 do Wctherington's do; do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars; do; 80 do Johnson-s do; do; 40 do Cuba' Six do; do: 10.000 Napoleon Retralia do": 15 do Sam Woods' 10 doS White's 5 'do Read A Nash's 10 do Allison's 25 do Fennell's , 10 do Daily's iu ao .naus 10 do Young A.Burnett's dojlO.OOO Jenny Lind do; In store and for sale by " BEN. M. NOEL A CO. LATE ARRIVALS JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE. 250 bids Sugar, all grades:500 bags fine Salt; 800 bars Rio Coffee: 200 bags coarse Salt: 800 bbls Kanawha Salt; 80 " Mackarel; 150 kits Nos. 1, 2 and S do; 100 boxes Star Candles; 100 " Tallow do; 10 coils Manllai Rope; 150 gross Matches; 500 bags Shot; 8000 lbs bar Load; 2U bbls Copperas; 100 bags Maucaba Coffee 50 Laguyra " S0 ',' Old Gov'nt Java; 267 bbls Molasses; 150 X" do; 150 V" do; 100 boxes' Tinplate; 800 " Rosin Soap; 100 " Starch": 100t" fancy Soap; CAA 1 . t'.l . 500 kers asst d Wbe'g Nails;200 boxes qt, pt, andjjf pint sou casus sup uaro isoaa; r iasKs; loO bxs Ya- and Ky. Tobacco; 10 bbls Alumf; 500 Demijohns, assorted; 5 " Brimbtone; 100 bbls Loaf Sugar: . . 300 boxes Cheetc; 25 Crush'diuid I"dSugar"10 bblspanish Brown; 10 ccroons best Indigo; 5 " Venitian Red; 75 bbls Clover Scc 25 bags Pepper; 10 qr. csks A Sign't Brandy 10 " Spice; 10 ' J X Duprey'a do; 50 boxes Teas, assorted; 2 casks Holland Gin; 100 cross Blacking; 20 qr casks P. and M. Wine;100 boxes Sardines; To bbls AM Brandy & uinjooo cans iresn uysters; 20 bbls N E Rum: 220 boxes JjCtnon bvrup; 100 bblsDD Brandy; Kit m p:vAT ui... 50 boxes Claret and Cordial; 20 " assorted Pickles; 20 " Brandy Cherries; 4 bbls Corks; 10 tierces Rice; 20 nests Tubs; 50 doz Painted Buckets; lOOdozUemp and Cotton Cord8:;.j,j 'SOOO'MeleeCiffars: 50 ;2co 25 42 50 20 20 Obio'Rcct'd do; Old Rye do; OldMong do; Old Bourbon do; Old Reserve do; Peach Brandy; Apple ,do: . 10 S000 Spaiusti Cigars; . Together with cvervtblnD' in cur" lme.fwhich ive offer to the trade low for cah.. ;LANtEAlPHILLIPS, jan25 '54 ' 'j'ysMarket street. FRESH ARRIVALS. 20011IIDS. SUGAR, allgrades; " c". ' 00 barrels of Molasses; ; 100 half barrels ofMolasass;1 6 tierces of Rice;. -' 5 packages of Mackerel; 20 packages of Cranberries; 150 packages of Raisins; 10 bags ot Almonds; 20 caks of Porter and Ale; 20 coils of Manilla Kope; 50 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Baskets; 100 packages Buckeu,Tubs, Pails, Ac.; 20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts; 20 packages Cogniac Brandy; 10 packages Maderia and Cherry Wines; 40 packages Port and Malaga Wines; . 70,000 superior Havana Cigars; " 500 Demijohns; 50,000 Corks. For sale by rjanI21 EDWARDS & 11A RRLS. HOUSE FURNISHING LIST. The following list of articles, of good quality, which are all requisite in going to House Keeping, may be bad, delivered in any part of tbe city, for thirty dollars, or any part at propor tionateprices. ' -a . . 1 kitchen table. j. sen Kiicnen nre irons, 1 market basket,' 1 clothes horse, 1 barrel cover, 1 flower.scoop, , 1 sugar do, 1 spice do, I chopping knife A bowl, 1 jappaned lamp, 6 pair knivei andforks, 1 do carvers, 2 washing tubs, 1 xinc wasnboard, 2 doz doth pins, 1 clothes line, 1 clothes basket, 1 corkscrew, 1 scrubbing brush, 6 smoothing irons. l nre oogs, 1 pepperbox. 1 flour dredger, 8 pie plates, 5 muliin rings, 1 tine wash pan ', 8 cup pan, 1 block tin coffee pot, 1 do do do, 1 butter bucket, 1 funnel, 1 waiter, 1 water bucket, cedar, . 1 cocoa dipper, . 1 tin do, . . 1 colander, . 1 basting spoon, 1 skimmer, 1 meat fork, 1 iron table spoons, 1 do. do. 1 cook's knife, 8 japanned chamberjbacket, 1 scrubbing brush, 1 biscuit cutter, 1 cake cutter. 1 dustpan, 1 coffee mill, 1 fiourseive, 1 knife box, 1 potatoe masher, 1 do cleaner, 1 rolling pin, 1 pastry board, 1 wooden spoon, 1 cake turner, 1 towel roller, 1 nest spice boxes, 1 doormat, 1 match safe, 2 japanned candlcstioks, 1 pint measure, 1 tea cup mop, 1 egg whip. RH l paper grate stove polisu, NOW, MACKENZIE A CO. No. 17. Colleee st, Nashville. Wehave also"a fall assortment of Coeking Stoves, Ovens, Skillets. Frv Pans. Sauce and Stew Pans, aud othar arti. cles suitable for house-keepers, which we warrant to be of tbe best quality, and will be sold on me lowest and most accommodating terms. maris 54 NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS TJ. 3. MAIL PACKET THE splendid new passenger steamer, H. R. W. HILL, Tnos. Newel, Mas ter, will run in the above trade this sca-&ati- leucine Mcmnhis on her first triD on Saturday, the 22d or October. The HILL connects at Memphis with tbe Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack- VLB, UU Will wlVC UUUUUU LICU MUUI A, CtT VIlCUlS IU . . mi r ,i i. . : -1 .. r x- . Noahvillc. The splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will leave Nashville every Wednesday, at 6 P M..with freight ana passengers ior uic uiii. A- UiliUIUUJ, 'j Agent.- octS A. li. 1AV1S, NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS V. B. HAIL PACKET LINE, For Memphis, New Orleans, St. Louis and Xouisville, TRI-AVEEKLY . THE splendid new Passenger Steamers, CITY- OK HDNTSVILLE, JOHN SIMPSON and EMBASSY, will leave Nash VilWrervMONDAY. WEDNESDAY and o'clock,' P. M., conuccting st Paducab, witli ihe datl v Louis ville and St Louis TT.S..Ma!l -Boats, and.flt Memphis with the splendid New, Orleans steamers, Bulletin, 11. B. W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, Riving THROUGH TICKETS from JfashviHe to cither of the points above named. The accommodations of. tbislinc cannot bo surpassed, and Passengers will find it by tar tbe speediest means of travel either North or South. For freight or passage apply to . tnyia I HAMAiZtO. AgentsatNashvillc: ' CIRCULAR SAWS. ACOOI) aswirtaient of'-UOE A CO of CiRCDLAU SAWS ' " uwu V. VVd U.J V. VUtt U1BUUO CIRCUI.AU wu r .t.-V. ,1 ,- gest sizes. Just received and for sale by , , marS; aiai & CUNNINGHAM, no. 47 uolleeestreet.- FOR MWsfOglH 3MLEAN9 FAN(lYMYlfO0l$l 3 &ar?ts9J; - LATEST IMPORTATIONS. .AXESICAN. ENSI.ISK,.'FXfCHr 8ESMAN, SWISS, ' &Ql&X,&& Ofms DAILY AERrVIN(3! rpHE undersigned Uannjremabed.a'considerable time -X-ictbeasierncitics,. and uaed .-Qn'caaimcn exertions rthis Spring in the selection of Goods; '-tan confidently say thai the stock be now offers W his citstoihers will far excel uiiy that he has tTcr ,had tbe pleasure of exhibiting and aljo.can Eayj-ritlr confidence, that styles, designs and pri ces wUfayorabIy compare, with any in the market. "Bespe'cjfully soliciting a cull from bis friends and cus tomers, especially the ladies. JOHN K. HUME, fashionable Emporium, No. 87, College st, marls 1854. FANCY DEPARTMENT. EUSBOUEIiS, 1854. DRESS GfiODS Ac- Emb'd Yal Lace Collars: jaconet Bands; Swiss " Flouncintrs: " Ciiemii'ts A Sleeve's, " Habits with " Linen Collars; Malise plaitt Chemizets, t Collars and Sleeves; Emb'd Handkerchief: Laces and Edges; Emb'd Mus. Robes; Aplique; Mourning Embroderies; " CrapesAc. ALSO duller de Beze; Flounced Robes; -Barege " Paris Organdy; Underbleeves; Rich Plaid Glacei Silk; Checks " " Beautiful Silk Robes; " Plaid Bateste: Col'd Ponet de Soie, ranted Linen cambrics. ALSO Black and colored Embroidered Mantels; " " " Apilique " " " " ChanteUy " '. ' f ALSO Rich and beautiful Ribbons, Ac, ALSO Gold Embroidered'Grenadine on exhibition at JOHN K. HUME'S marl2. fashionable Emporium, No. 67, College-st. NEW GOODS, We are daily receiving from the Eastern Cities a very large and- desirable stock of Staple A Fancy Dry Goods, of the very latest and hand somest styles, which we will sell at very low 'prices. Our buyer, Mr. L. D. Stevenson, has been tn New York all of the Spring and made arranzements which will enable us to show our customers something new every day, and we feel confident that tbe assortment which we keep is by far the most extensive and the cheapest to be found in tbe city, and we cordially invite you to call upon us and see if ne are able to realize the expectations held out STEVENSON 4 WHITE, "r23'54 59, College st, LADIES' DRESS GOODS.-Plaid and striped Silks, Brocade Silks, Plaid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra quality. Plaid Plain and Figured Berages, Berage Robes flounced, Misses Berage Robes, Jaconet Robes, flounced, Embroidered Muslin Robes flounced, FrenchLawn8 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 ifc WHITE, mar28 59. CoIIbm St. EMBROIDERIES. The most varied, choice and 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 Insertings and Edgings in new designs, Lace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laces, Ac, Ac STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59. Cohere SL. TTANTILLAS. We have a large and handsome as 1U. sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the novelties of the season, consisting of Embroidered Applica and Lace trimmed Mantillas, Embroidered Muslin Mantillas, Crape Shawls aad Lace Scarfs. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59, College St. aENT'S VARIETY GOODS. Black and Fancy French Cloths and Cassimeres; French Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Votings, 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 Handkerchiefs, 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 TTOUSE KEEPING GOODS. Rich Satin 111. JJLi mask. Embroidered Muslins Curtails. imx (junains, uotton uamaats, 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. Curtains, Drops; Ac, Ac STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59, Collesre St. TO COUNTRY .MERCHANTS. We have a large and well assorted Stock of Fancy Goods which we will fceU by the Piece, at a small advance on eastern cost for cash; or on short time. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23'54 59. College St 1854. NEW SPRING IMPORTATIONS. 1854. JAMES NICHOL, NO. 20, ON THE SQUIRE, 3 DOOK3 FROM COLLEGE ST. iS now receiving and opening for tbe Spring trade an as sortment of Silk, Fancy and Staple Goods, that for extent, variety and richness, will surpass any Stock that be has ever offered in this market, the assortment has been purchased on the most favorable terms in the various EASTERN MARKETS, and will be ottered 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; Liunens; White Goods; Clothes; Cassimeres; Vestings, Ac, Ac, to which will be made constant additions, by the arrival of every Steamer, thereby enabling him to present to those favoring him with a call, one of the largest and most desirable selection of ar ticles in his line to be found in this city. Nashville, March 15 '54 PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund tl,000,OOOt INCORPORATED 1825. Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most fa vol able terms, against LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, OR THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION, by LIND3LEY A CROCKETT, Agents for Nashville and Davidson County. jel tf. FALL ARRANGEMENTS. FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH . VILLZ. BY an arrangement between tbe boutu uarolina, MffK Georgia, Western and Atlantic and NashvilleJHHF and Chattanooga railroads, goods' will be broughQEEl through to Nashville at the following rates: FIBST CLASS. Botes Hats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other l'ght goods, per cubic foot 8! SECOND CLASS. Boxes Shoes, Dry Goods, Saddlery, Glass, Drugs. Con fectionaries, Camphene, Spirits Turpentine, in casks. Ac, per 100 lbs. $210 TUIBD CLASS. All articles not coming under specific rates, as enumer ated in thetarifTof the roads between Chattanooga and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or bad at the Freight Agent's Office) perloO lbs 51 25 Goods to be deuvered at Nashville at above rates must be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent of Aasliviueana unauanooga ivauroau wj., 01 iibattauooga, and Agent of South Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston. Persons shipping from eastern' cities can ship by steam ers at or about 12c, by propellers, nt$c, and sailing ves sels at from 3c to 7c per foot -When the Nash villo aud Chattanooga road is completed from Chattanooga to tbe Rirr, a farther reduction will be made, of which due notice will be girwi H. I. ANDERSON, Sunt-N. A C. E. B, Co. N. B. The same difference will be made when goods are to be delivered at Decherd, Shelbyville and Murfreasboro.' -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 RirerU, M. A T. Co. jnne!6 tf H. I. A. ERESII TINE APPLES-Receired this day per steamer Nashville and for sale by apt 8 UfcUKUK UKblti. BANANAS Rec'd per steamer Nashville, bunchone Fresh Bananas, and for sale by' apis UtUliU E U K bl U. COCOA NUTS Just rec'd per steamer Nashville, two tierces Fresh Cocoa Nuts, for sale by nplS UCiUKUr, GKE1G. TT'ICiS 500 Drums FrebbFigir, superior nuality, received JO and for sale low by plS UKOKUK GKKIG. -TELSONS PATENT OPAGNE GELATINS; 'AM and Nelson's Patent refined Isinglass. Just received tod for sale by UbUKGE UREIG feb25. TTRtP.-S. WOODWARD. Office No. 8 Cherry street, JLthree'dodrs north oCChurch street, bos on hand Vacine Matter of tha very best quality, which he will supply to the profession generally, vt 1 r ,TINE 'APPLES; 6 down very hue rne Apy.eS JL J just received per aleamer America. ,.E. HOWAED. ' ?N0j:fs9FR0TTRt,;h.WiydRK'. CO-'BOBKB,. i'sjS.-,WlLltUH,k ' '" ' KOX FISHES. johnson; lioKNE&coji: -WS0LESALE A1JD- SETAlL.GROGEfiS, andForwarding'r JferclmniB.anajStaijrs 01 nerqfMarlHdnd .Brt&d SathptOe: Term. t. , j juiy,c, iBoo. PICKETT. MACHTJRD0 &-.C0., r . BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS iVA'ir OB-L&AJfS. WM. S. PICKETT Pate of the firm of PICKETT, PER. KINS A CO. add J. R. MACMURD0 Banker.hav ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a Banking and General Commission Business, in this City, under firm of Pickett, Maoicedo A Co. Particular attention paid to tbe sale of Cotton, and So the shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally. uOS y2I 0. KAcaasGoa, n. e. allowat, j. ban-khxat. KACGREGOS, ALL0WAY & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 55 St. Cbabus Stekxt, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,) New Orleans. - t3T N. E. AIXOWAY & CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship menta to us. sep!6 L. H. SIMPSON & SONS, 1MPOBTEHS OF Wines, Brandies. .Cigars, Cliampaignes, &c, KO. 19, BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK. And Rrjg la Castick. Bosdeaux. may!6 ly. H. F. BELL. Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Doaler in Foreign and -Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23. R. U. ERASER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, ko. 13 caroxdelet street, New Orleans. REFER TO: Gov. 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, TeuiL; Jas. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala. octS ly. WE HAVE just received another supply of Landreth's Garden Seed, to which we invite the attention of marketers and others that have had their vegetables killed by the late frost. STRETCH A ORR, my 12 Druggists, corner College and Union sts. JOHNSON & WEAVER, KO. 29 te 31, SOUTH. 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 libe al cash advances on the same for shipment, ,f Nashville, Oct. 6.1858 wAtw B. L. CBXXSHAW, A. C FAttlS SOMETHING NEW. WE hating completed our Shop, and pnt up all our machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carpenters' work on tbe shortest notice. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS of all sixes, 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 sire, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inche? 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, andgivs 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 Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, where we will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that wants work. CRENSHAW & FAR IS. jan26 ly. Come one Come all ! This Rock shall fly From its firm base as soon as 1 1!! FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1833-1. THE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of Nashville and surrounding country that be has now on hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock of Gents FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall and Winter wear. Among which May be found: Fine Black and Bine Cloth Cloaks, Spanish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do, Black, Blue, Brown and Ob're Over Coats, Sack, Paletots, Box, Frock and Dress Coutr, 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. Fine Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers Suspen ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trucks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac Country Merchants, in particular, ore requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing; elsewhere. septlS L. l'OWERS, No Zi, Market St, opposite Union Street N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com bniation of men. L. P. BACK TO FIRST PRINCIPLES! F. HYRONEMUS to business, be will receive a share of that liberal patron age wmcn ne iormeriy received. f Cutting and repairing done in the best manner, and en the most reasonable terms. feb!5 f,m. WALL PAPEK! WALL N'HAND. a fine assortment of PAPER!! V French and American Paper Hangings for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms. Chambers. Ac. ALSO, a large lot of cheap unglazed Papers, Borders, Fire Screens, Window Certains, Ac, at KLAGAS 4 GORBEY, Nashville Wall Paper Store, No, 20 College st. U. B. Paper Hanging promptly attended to, warranted done in the best manner. " an29 '54,j MACKEREL 20 DARREIN MACKEREL; 30 half bbls Mackerel; 30 kits do; Just received and for sale low br 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. QUGAR20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR; Isj zo Dots ioat sugar; iv dois rowuera do; Just received and for sale by nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. TAR LEAD 5 KEGS BAR LEAD; XJ Just received by nov22 JOHNSON, nORNE A CO. HYDRAULIC CEMENT 300 BARRELS Louisville Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for sale by JQUNSON, HORNE A CO. Q ALT 200 BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT; VJ 15J bags 1 Fine Salt: iust reeeived by nov22 ALE! ALE! ! 50 BARRELS "TRACEY & Wilkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re ceived ana lorsaie low to close, nov27 NSON, HORNE A CO. SCALES ! SCALES I ! WE ARE CON STANTLY supplied with Blundell's unequalled Wheel and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,000 lbs., which will be sold exceedinp-lr low We can also supply Railroad 7Yach and Depot' Scales, from three to fifty tons, on the most reasonable terms. JOHNSON, HORNE A CO, nov26 Broadway. FRESH GROCERIES DIRECT FROMJVEW Orleans. New Sujar; Fresh Rice; Prime Ri. CofTee; Laguyra CoSee; t-pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. Ac For sail lowfor Cash by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. EOVlS B LANGIIORN Js AKMISTKAD. IOO PACK. oges of Langhorn A Armistead's superior Chewing To bacco, just received and for sale by oct2tt J OHNSON, HORNE A CO. "XTOTICETO ALL. HAVING ASSOCIATED XT with mo in the Coach ManiifacturincrBusine3.sMe3srs. ROBERT CAPPg. JAMESF. PHELPS and ARCHIBALD STUART, all good Mechanics and Indcstrious men. 1 ask for the countinuation of ray old customers, tad hepa, by a strict attention, 10 merit me same janl2 6m. IRA A. STOUT. UNION Entrance .Vo. D dark Street, lYo. S Spring" Street. UNDER TIIE FIEM OF IRA JL STOUT & CO. WE; THE UNDERSIGNED, barin? formed a Union for the purpose of carying on tbe Coach Manufactur ing Business in all its-various branches having taken the old stand of Ira A. Stout; on Clark Street and extended through toSpriug Street, we are tesdy to compete with any Carriage Manufactory in the State of Tennessee, on any work brought from the Xorth or .East, and all we, ask "of 'our friends and tbe public is, to give us a call for any article In our line of business; baring superior workmen and the best of stock; Also, we beg leave here to say that we use no iron but the'.best Tennessee, which is the best iron In the Uhited'Statea fot Coach wort. We are all workintr men and will usa our utmost exertions to sire fatisfaetiom Jo our cristocjers, and all persona nayin j. work (6 tepair 8'A.SXWTXB. n.?t- WlLt.l.C- mem jrr3S may reiy on geiung li wnen pronjisea- : tSfT All orders prmnptly attended to- ... - , IRA A. STOUT,'-"-, " ROBERT CAPPS,' JAMES F..PUELPS, anl2-6m wAo ARCHIUALD.STUARV Manufacture and Wkeksale Dealer ia Cietliikfr, N"o, 71, P u.bJic Square. NASHVILLE, TENN. mr4rinf nvitethe attention cVCity and CouXyDeSeri ' J These goods ars all.new and gotten op in tbe most an. proved manner. anH wDI KtJr . L.C -Z osl ces for Cash or'ttfpuntual timedeal m. P" mareO' r:h. brockway. T. J. MODLTOS. -JNaj. BEECn. M0ULT0N,&BKGH,:fe W-Hpt'jBSALX- AKfl--3ETArt DRUGP.ITS AJf.D GROCERS, Nos. 52 and 54 Broadway, BETWEEN COLLEGE ASP CHERRY" STREETS". NASHVILLE, TENN. WEare nowjustinreceiptofa large and well ossorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, O1L1, Tarnishes. Dyes, Turpentine, Putty, Glass and Glasswarel ALSO-; A large stock of Groceries and Sundries, viz : 50 hhds prima Snirar? 150 bags Rio Coffee. 100 bbls Molasses; 50 k bbls do; 20 bbls Crushed Sugar; 10 " Powdered do; 20 bags Pepper; . 10 " Alspice; 20 doz cans Oysters; 12 " " fresh Peaches; 100 boxes Ground Spices; 50 doz kegs Mustard; 50 boxes best Chewing To- iuu ooxes oiar candle?; 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 ye boxes Window Glass; 1,000 lbs Putty, in bladders;; 1,000 lbs Span Float Indigo; 1,500 lbs "Dutch-Madder; 20 bbls Clover Seed; in ' uaicu; 10 kegs Fig Tobacco, very 200 bushels Blu Grass: fins dMi.Im am ir;it-. c . . 9 fine article: 200 Millet Seed: 150 gross Matches; 150 Reams Wrap Paper; 75dozBucketsr 40 doz Brooms; mar7 '54. 10 casks fine Brandy; 10 " American Brandy 10 ' SM.Wine; 100 bbls Whisky, all grades; M0ULTON A BEECH. UNDER A FULL HEAD OF STEAM! SPRING AND SITMMER STOCK! 1851. No.53, Market Street. Tha nndersiimpd nxwitl.. , e i. EASTER NCITIES. where he has selected s T very chowe as sortmentofREADV MADE CLOTHING, adapted to the present and approachmg seasons, informs the public that he has opened the same at his old stand, and is ready, as usual, to sell great bargains for "THE READY." His Stock comprises ever? ; article pertaining to a gtntleman's WfJrl-0,alLquI,tlesand most approTed styles. COATS Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats all colors and styles. DrabDtte. do. CasbmurettandFirmer'a Satin, do. Linen, do, of all colors and qualities. PANTS Cas simers, plain and fancy, all descriptions. Drab D'Ete Lin- v-ST?5atcT-nrieijr10-f8t,h.cr a-eray hue and fabric VLfiiTIG3-&ilk, Satin, Marseilles, Ac., all kinds. In addition to these leading articles, his stock contain Cravats, Collars, Gloves, Shirts. Drawers, Suspenders Socks, Hats, Caps, Ac. He has also a select lot ot Goods, which he will make up 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 favois He also hopes that such as are indebted to him will PAY OP immediately, as he is in want of funds. ap!4 Sm. M.SUL2BACKER, Agent. HARDWARE- f3 a a? "A 2 P-. Co P5 a t S " S-S-ro-SS o - Q cs w o O 1.- 3 . J-SgS-sas.gJ3-a r3 ffi-ag,2 5'KTj15sO i-3 a ; CSsc" o w o FALL & CUNNING-HAM, No. 47 COLLEGE STREET, ;rxr..sii-7-xiof iroxuiossoo, Direct Importers and Dealers 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 supplies to rive them a call before purchasing Feathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, received at the highest market pric in exchange for GOODS or in payment of ACCOUNTS. fianll-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 by any of the present rival routes. They connect with the Daily Packets at Pittsburgh, from St Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheel ing, and all the diflerent points on the Western waters; al so with the Cleveland nod 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, by loe or low water, Freights Westward can be forwarded from Pittsburgh to- isinciuuiui, ur iuwiu ia iuc interior, oy uauruaa. Rates ofFrei?ht between Pittsburgh and Phila delphia or Baltimore. wcrrxB I sumuiii I EST CLASS. BATES. I KATES. Drv Goods, Boots, Shoos, Hats, and Capct ing, Furs and Peltries, Feathers, Sad dlery, Ac 1 SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationary, Dry Goods in bales, Drugs, Glassware, Groceries, (except CofTee.) Hardware, Holloware, Machinery, Oil Cloth, Wool, per 100 lbs. SOcts. 75cts 75cts. COcts Ac J THIRD CLASS. llaggmg, bacon, and Pork in bulk. Butler taltfd. Copper in ln- crofjj. FlsrsiPfl. Hirs' Hnir. Flflr. LpAth. fifta ROM pr FnstwnrH .1 ! FOURTH CLASS. Bacon and Pork pack-" ea, uanaies tasiwara, (jnecsc tastwara. Fish salted, Iron, Soda Ash, Tobacco in Leaf; Eastward, Tar, Rosin, Whisker, y 5Cc6. 40cts Cotton, (in Summer, uoute, Lard Oil, (through,) Pork freshjinlujlcar loads, at owner's risk GEO. C. FRANCISCUS, Freight Ag"t Pitisburgh. E.J. SXEEDER, Freight Agent, Philadelphia. MAGRAWA KOOKS, Freight Agents, Baltimore JOSEPH L. ELLIOTT, Fght Ag't. Nn r west st. N. T. II. H. HOUSTON, Gcnl Freight, Agent Philadelphia, marl 6 '51 PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. INCLINED PLANES AVOIDED. Two Daily Lines from Pitts burgh to Philadelphia. Running Through by Express Tram, Leaving Pittsburgh at 9.40 P. il. in 16.20 hours; And by morning Mail Train, Leaving Pittsburgh at,7 A.M. Through in 17.50 hours, and connecting with the Trains from Sr. Louis, Missouri, Alton, Galena and Chicago, Illi nois; Frankfort, Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky; Ter ra Haute, Madison, La Fayette and Icdianapolis, Indiana; Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Zanesn'lb, Madison and Wooster, Ohio. AUo connecting at Pittsburgh with tbe Steam Packet Boats from New Orleans. St. Louis, Louis, yjjlesnd Cipplnnotj. fure through (all the way by Railroad to Ptfifadelpffia.) fippj Chicago,'" ' -' 1S 25 Columbus". -S12A5 Madison and La Fay. Bellefontaine, 2 25 ette. 17 22 Zanesrille. - 19 os Jridiananolis, . 1525 Newark A Sandusky, 11 75' Louisville, - 17 25 Mansfield A Crestline, 11 00 Cincinnati, 15 00 Woostor,. - 10 50 Dayton. - - IS 75 Cleveland - jaoo Xenla, - i - 14 00 Pirfeburgb, - 8 00 Toledo, 13 00 Passengers from the West -will find ibis the short est and most Expeditious Route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, or Boston. TH03. MOORE. AirenL . Passenger Lines, Philadelphia!' S.1IESKIMEN Agent, Passenger Lines, Pittsburgh. " PgrcADEtttfiA, Marob ILISSfc-tf EASrrELORIDAXAND AGENCY, BY j, G: POINTS. R e:f.e r s'tFiZe i-, ' Hon.A.JL.H.Stuarf,Stenton,-Ta , , Dr. Jack Shackelford, Courtland, Ala."- -- -..Ronjty . J. Ormond, Tuscalbosa, 'Ala bams; j NtDr, J.iPurii Mobile? Ate t ' J. J. McMahon; Esq., New: Orleans;. -' ' CoEB.C.Burriett 1 , . ?' ' E. C. X XAI5T. H, 0. WNJRY B tQ.? So. 65 Cs-llega st.,""Xasii7iile,THHi, WE are now in receipt of the largest stoek of seososa bis DRT GOODS we have ever effered to tfa tmde, and in Tiaw'of baringr soon tp move out of tto hoaw we at present occupy, for the. purpose of hariflg s larger and more cpramoaious one bntlt on. the same lot, we will "close out our present stock at prices far below the reeukr 'rote?, and buyers wanting anything la our line, wonld do welt to give su an early call as we are determined to dose them out to enable us to open aacntire new stock in our new bouse this fall, apll. R, C. McNAIRY A CO! COUNTRY 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 they will come and look through, we feel confident that we. can make it to their interest to buy of us. P . R. C McNAIRY & CO. I " ,. DRESS GOODS. a this line our stock far exceeds, both ia qauab'trand . f1'6'7' Dy.stock we have ever had. and it embraces -iweT?ewdSnslnJ.Plai1' Striped, Checked and Plain ilks, Bareges Grenedines, Tissues, Twisted Silks, Organ dies, Pnnfed Jaconets, Muslins, Lawns, BriUiantes, Ging hams Chmtrs, Ac Ac, and everything in this waywe will sell cheap and no mistake. Call early. 1 aPu R. C. McNAIRY A.CO. WHITE GOODS. PLAIN, Figured, Checked and Striped Jaecntk aad ,,bmlKus'in5,"aif.slr'Pd. Checked and Plaid Scft Mull and hainsook Muslins, Dotted Swiss, wht and in cols India Twills, Dimity Damask, Figured Luttraa, Brilliantea Bishop Lawns, Book Muslins, and every thing in this way E3IDROIDERIES. Every thing new and desirable in Chemizetts and Sleeves, Emb d Skirts. Po. Hdkfs, Jackonet and Swiss Bands, Jackonet and Swiss Edgings, Valenciennes and Plaitt Laces and Edgings, Stamped Collars, Chemiiettes, Sleeve Bands, Hdkfs, Ac., Ac, a new article for embroider iag- R. a McNAIRY A CO. apll. MOURNING COODS. SUMMER BOMBAZINES, Canton Cloths, Challys, Plain and Figured Twisted Silks, Crape de Paris 8-1 and 6 4, Black Bareges, Alpaccas, Ac, in great variety. PU. R. a McNAIRY & CO. GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR. BLACK and Fancy Cloths and Cassimeres, Plaid Linens, Plain, Col'd and WhL Linen Drillg, Summer Cravats, Stocks, and every thing in the way of Hoys'- Summer Clothing ' ' FURNISHING GOODS. 8, 10 and 12-4 Bleach Linens and Cotton Sheetinjs, Pil low Linens and Domestics Bed Ticking, Apron Checks, 8 4 and 104 Table Damask, Dinner andTea Napkins, Col'd Bor'd Huck Towels, Col'd BorM Damask Towels, Russia and Bird Eye Diapers, fine and common Crashes, bath Towels, and and every thing in this wav cheap apll- R. C. McNAIRY A CO. DOMESTIC GOODS. OUR stock of Bleached and Bro. Muslins, Cottonades Servants' Stripes and Plaids, Ac., Ac. is unusually large, and buyers wanting anything in our line of business, .vould do well to give us a call betore purchasing, as we ,cudkeiiuiueu u reauce our siocjc oeiore moving. apll. 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 pricel Dress 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, Tery cheep; Plain Berages, all Dualities; splendid Flounced Berages; splendid Flounced issues; 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 White Embroidered Silk; " Colored " do " Muslin; Appligne Lace, etc; Beautiful Muslin Basques; Needle worked Muslin Scarfs. Lace Goods. Real Guitar sets; " Honeton" " Valecciences sets; Rich Muslin Bosques; Needle worked French Muslin Dresses; Bridal Dresses; ' Veils, very beautiful; T ,;.- to i c-i - xxiuium c rcucu Sleeves; Valentine Collars, a new thing; Valentine Collars, with sleeves. White Goods Of every kind a better assortment than we ever had. aionrning Goods. A new supply of black Shallies; . Bergede Lanes; . Berage Crape; Mourning Silks, etc., etc. Ret English Hosiery. Gentlemen's half Hose, every kind; Ladies' best English Long Hose. Irish Linens. A splendid lot made especially for our sales: Linens, Sheetings, etc; Marsailles Quilts. Alexandre Rest Kid Gloves. We have received a new supply. In a word, we neTer had so beautiful or so c leap a stock to offer; having been bought very late in the season. We not only have them eicceuiugij iiura jj, uumaTemany iningsica! nave not been been uciure m iuis marcel. THOMPSON A CO. ap23'54 No. SI, Public Square. CLIFTON & ABBOIT, No. 15, Cedar Street, A RE now receivme their SPRING AND SUMMER t STOCK OF CLOTHING.- comorisinir all the latest STYLES, and of quality, superior to any other in the City. . . nf nTnivn i r . 1 . . . . . SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. LANBE & ELSEBACH. No. 48, Market Street, Nashville, Tennessee, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN READY MADE CLOTHING, are now in receiotof a laroa UI1U WCli U-"VM7l iCU MlHJK.Ul eitUl, 1 II .J t a. " READY MADE CLOTHING" of the best Materials; so that persons who are desirous of procuring FASHIONABLE GARMENTS can be suited. Customers and Stranrers risltin? the Citr ars resoect fully invited to call and examine their Stock before pur. cuasiug eisetvuerc. We are convinced that we can se'l LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY, either wholesale or retail. ALSO: Received a larite lot of TRUNKS. SHIRTS. I'XT'Kfllf infnpm ulir fripnrt ttnti th nnWir. thnt v.. vv have now on hand, a larze and well assorted' stock of I the latest style tf SILK, FUR, STRAW, LEGHORN AND CASHMERB HATS. A len h Mmh'i. r.H.. U4TI I and CAPS, unsurpassed in qualitr, atvle and lowcess of price. LANDE A ELSEBACH, apla Hat and Cap Manufacturers, No. 48, Market at. A LSO. Roceirert this week a large lot of Trunks 11. omris, siocxs, ur, ior saie tow at jonl LANDEA ELSBACH'3. PASIIIONABLR CLOTHING AND TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT. .ri 1 1 f'J,. r,.,. r..i7.-. c a, wi"' i uw, whi ai(c ouurc. WHERE may bo found a choice and well select- vS ed stock if Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of the htest and most beautiful patterns, all of which Iff wilLbe mado up to order in the most fashionable stvCtmi at as short notice as can be done in any city in the Union. KeadrOInde Clothintr. Cott. Pant3. and Vaati of all kinds. Atineassortment'of Men's Fornishinj Goods, Silk and Merino Under Shirts, Shlrt3, Stocks, Gloves. Sav Mn.n. Cnnit. Tl.uUf U.Jt . f. L" " 1 ( . , J-k. n t, i 11 , ' ' T3T Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call ana examine. THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent, marll '54 tf LYONS & CO.. Importers and Dealers in Hnvftna Cif ars, Ta baceo, nndall Jdnds-of Fore"WMef Liquors, etc. n mrinui Sritirin-- Nashvill.. Corintry orders rspectfullyiiolicited and puneiaally at. tended to.' LATKARR1YAL. ClQARst CIGARS Received this day a largo lot of superior Regalia Cigars, which lor fiavur andUuaiity will surpass any erer bronght to Nashrilte. We keep constantly on band a very targe as e.n infirm nt CicTiri which we will sell either at Wholesale or retail, at ihelowest prices. Country irrrf-r!1irs are respectfrillyinvited to exaaiae our j.toctbeIorepurcaasiDgecvuc.. . - 5 ap7. LV0X3 A CO., 19 Cedar st. 11 -r- iuifiirs We keeaconstantlT On hand a fulf sun. I 4 Ty of 11 randies. Wines, and al) other Liquors, of ya- rioiu quail lies, loreiuwr numoaw w reum uv 8p7 LYONS ACQ., 19 Codar street. Shewing and smoking tobacco- J The lorersot tne weed would do well to call, oo.ua, we having just recclred an article of Tobacco of a verr : - T ivnvj r ...... - ' ap - -19 Cedar street, rnilOSE BEAUTIFUL IIPFJ4-I tro iat rZ 1- ceived a ktot the most beautiful MEl'.IiSnM It W Pf.PKil : ever brouzbt to the western count rV.f "1 iavite' aaoWMaon'K to call and examine themy at the aiga-of the littlA INDIAN, r!At cornerorChermad Cadaratreeta. ' ' ' a our i uu u is aianuiaciurea Dy me senior partner R. D. CLIFTON, (in Philadelphia,! we can miarsntee the WORKMANSHIP to be GOOD. fapl7 tf JS07V04 - - J. 30RE.I; WBrtl3AXE DE TJGr GIST 7, wi CoHe-e Street, s, NASHVILLE, TENN, I T Physiciaat and Manufadnrers, that thev harrr corniced the DRUG -BUSINESS ii the 11 F0L-Ss&eeMji3todccafinicztWeTv to the WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock bnearirlf brelyafreshone, and theyare determined tomakabotbS price and. qualities wtistacrory. They offer sale low r cash or on time to punctual men ur 640 gallons W Winter Sperm Oil; 1065 pound Indg do' Madder, r v' do Extnct of Logwood in small b 630 40 65- do MuriaU of Tin; Alum- Be&ed Salpetre; Epsom Salts; Gum Camphor; Sun. Carb. Soda; 1500 do 1400" 1000 do do do do 650 7500 90 Gro. M "Line's Vrmifu?e; 10 do X'Laae'J Liver Puis; SO do Fahnestock's Vermifuge; 100 dot MuoUsg Liniment; 100 Gro. wood hex Matches; 830 doz. Mason's Blacking; 230 m. G.D-Capa; 1000 pousds Red Lead dry; 800 do Whito do do: S0O do Lelharge; vd1 VMtta Rd; 200 bush. Kentucky Blue Grass Seed; 45 boies Bonn's Scotch Snuff, in packages; ltXX) IBS. M ( ' . , , , 800 boxes WlEdow GUSiord 4000 lbs. Pnttv; ISO pouads Pearl Ban 110. do Tapioca; 6SO do Gam Arabic; 86 doi. Cod LIverOn Rushton. Clarke Ca SSgSgT''tJS 0081 S15. do SpriU Nitric Aether 66 do Aqua Ammonia; iron; gdisrffeta'j .Extra Powders aaj Extracts; -rTrepSn and HedicLpe ChMj rwiely 0(,l,3 and At tteiVSoJiseJeaad juu DrH?j MctUciuc CheaUeal, Perfuteery, Fancy, Article, Z a 7 nu' "s varnish, i:r, srnsBes, Seed. GUm, and Glass Ware Store of K. G. SC0TEL, NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, TITRRS DOORS WEST OF THE NASHVILLE ESN. 600 galhv 'bet Winter Lird Oit 100 groij Wood Box Matches; 100 Bushels clean Blue GrassSeed, (Kentucky.) 100 do strip'd do do do do 10 barrels CloTer Seed; ' 20 do. Phtfer Paris; 50 do Hydraulic Cement; 89 Sacks Osage Orange Seed, for HidgeFence; 100 ounces best London Sulphate Quinine 1000 pounds Epsom Salts; W-ia; 2 barrels.Top Onions; 280 Dental Files, (Stubb's;) 115S0 lbs RoUSulphor; 1256 Flor- do; 885 pounds Imported Castilt Soan: 847 do Indigo; 40 gJkms best Coach Varniah; 40 da do Japan do; 40 do do Furniture do; '42 do do Demar dot 20 reams VandrpooU Flintpaper: 1000 pounds FrenchZinc White Paiat 1600 " Fresh Putty; S For- nsiSHING PARLORS Ia the most bcaotifut modem Nortiern stye, the subscriber has obtained me French Zinc White Paint. Those who arebuiluUnjr fe LVd mak'-ng .Praents would find this aVtiSo "Sffitf he debateriousiXfn! febSl H.O.SCOVEL. SEW BR1JG STORE. TO" 3r. BROWlsr, (Formerly of the firm of Ewin, Brown d? Co Trionocvrn -.1 .. r H 'Tf ,! an entire new stock of JUL Drugj, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Perfamerr ac-,sc.,on wtsite formerly occupied by the ofd UZJ iT V vuiiBo otreei,, uiree oootj from Ccion where he will be pleased fowStnrv, hi. fJ7J. 1, dtbeo. generally: Particular tehf ? ' iCh wUlbefiJ1l mthEccnracyaTd - JGCAI- INSTRUMENTS, PfP'V. assorted; Pocket ',al Cases, sev eraj new patterns: Sneculnm irti. n.i... r, . r. rLTLfP Imenlf, in Case, or seplrate. tooth i orceo and Leva: St'hr.,. n .. . Stomach Pumps; DigiSraajkCJsZ1 m every Tanety-a complete assortment of everythfrg ua. uaUy kept in this Une may be found at J. G. BRO WN'3, 43, College St. febll-54 th . Dp , .. . , . - . " i k lira uacs ?h?itali0.nImperfeUr8.Ul006nt tob opericrto any in this market; also. Teas in small caddie of 2 lb each. J. G. BROWN. febl2 WINTER STRAINED bblxjust received by LARD OIL. .clr J. O. BROWN COD LIVER OIL Four gross Rushton, Clark i Uo.s best article, warranted nun. r.v. i. . . ?dbr feb-ll-'sif J. a ifROWN ' BEIIJIUDA ARROW' ROOT.-Warrunted pcr fectly pure and fresh. A fuU suunlr at fbll-5i. J. G. BROWN'S. riP VLXY BITTERS. A fuU supply, just rcceiv lOTedby rfebll-'54.1 3.6.BROW?? HARTS CARMINATIVE. Two" fanafacture, jutt received br gross, direct troni J.G.BR0WX febll-'5t. ,M1JU " PERFUMERY in every style, French, German and American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades. Ac Ac Tooth Powder and Paste. Piter's Aromartic Vineear Glenn s Rose Bears Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and wnito Windsor Soan. Barbers Son in i it, k.m :,. . general assortment ofPlain and Fancy SaapsTHairBruihej. Ac, Ac Shell and Baflilo Drrssin? and Fine Comhj ivorr do. Powder Puflj and Boxes, Lilly Waite. AUbaa tr,4K,Ae. ffebll-'M j. O.BROWN. UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. THIS Institution was founded by tbe State of North Car. . . Una in 175 as Davidson Academy. It became Cum. bcrland Colleee in 1S03. and UnT,Aitr or v.k..iM 1825. ' " The Literary Department TOU'.,j5'opendun!or a aerr Organiiation, and with newBmldmgs oathe first Wednesday of October next K,ED,W,f k ADSWORTH, Daw oSs an4 Belles Lettres, and Chairman of tha Facultr BEVJW McCULLOUOH. DD. Prof r i..t... gnauea. i- JAMES L SIEIG3, A M, Prof ofMathenatics and Natural REV J B LIND3LEY. M D. Prof of f!hmi4r i. A UikUSU UiiJ . atural Sciences. ' Tl p 7KV 1 I.I I IU IWrirnJ T . Tuition 75 per annum Matriculation tee $5. IBM I.nr n.nn,lmAnt Will also be opened on the firstMondav of October next FRANCIS B FOGG, Esq, ) ' OTr ezU WILLUM F COOPER, Esq Profrasors. , tsq. ) Fees for Lectures $100 per annum. The Medical Department. Closed Its first Sewlon with 121 Students and 33 Graduates its second with 152 Students-and 38 Graduates, and nJ third with 220 Students and 71 Graduates. The Fourth Annual Cours oTLeef nm wilt oa Monday the SOth of October next, and continue till tbe uni ot iue ensuing .aiarcn. ROBERT M. PORTER. M D. Prof, of General n,? cial Anatomy. r J.BERRjENLINDSLET. MD, Chemistry and Pharm- acy and Dean of tbe Faculty. CK. WINSTON. M V. Materia Medica ami M,t;,i Jurisprudence. A. II. BUCHANAN, M R'Snreical and Pthnt,r,-2i Anatomy. 6 THOMAS R- JENNINGS. M. D.. Instii, r xit-i. and Ciinhal Medicine. ' ' v" W. i- BUWMW, M. DT Theory and Practice ofMedl. Cine. JOHN M. WATSON. M.i) Obstetrics it, r:.... of Women and Children. Tha Anatomical rooms will K nrt r th first Monday of October. A foil' Paaunsiar curjai tr t .n o. dents, will be given, by the Professors, commenemff on tha first Monday of October. A'Clifiiae has been.establiihcd, in' connection with tha University; at -which. opera tiona are performed and cases prescribed for and fcclared upon in presence of the Class. Amonstoi Fes fbrlctna ia iVr. Iw.rtm..! (. arn .Matnculating Fee, (paid once only,) 5; PmcticU Ana" toay, $10; Graduating Fee f2S. uos tfonueaabe obtained tor 3 COperweek. The Annual Annoutjoment riiin?aiu)l account of lh several Department id vhe Umrersitynuybahad br ap plying to A. V. S. LINIXiLEY, marts ft-t iqmweowocu xtry Hoard Trustees. COPAXTNERSUH'. I HAVE T1US DAY AStosbtsQ- TJi me in tba Wholesale Grorerr. Com munion, Rsceiring and Forwarding Bounce?, Mr. WIL LIAM PHILLIPS, ot NashviUa. uzuUr tha zutue and stria ,of LANIER & PHILLIP DOT2 L. H. LAMER. 'I' b! k. cIaiborne, AT39RNEx,'!ANIl 'COUNSELLOR AT LAW. wnccr ceqpesV'nriLEisa ciierrt street, PEKIN TEA COMPANY I have a fuR supply of the best qaabtiesof Teas, put upby this Compaif. It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Brown A Col, which irate such ranenl s&tuflutmn tk. v. di m. , ' ' aashTUIe, Tens. maySi JOHN.NreON.Jr.