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nuL t 4 i 4874. ' ,We are aulborid tt -sSirunince .a.'irAi.j'. . - - SUNDAY. IOKGq JULY M, tW KeiW: Bft SbijSk'win deliver a discoar;tr?iM y.rDij.opraccceo s n ..region 01 m -hMtaWe mA-.vsv ..rjiS. " yumran a Uju ai re rsa twa-a a lapm i aegvw ww- r ..art -LHaiinr Jsjtttt. 3f-? si o uojJSa Ut Ward, 2d " 4th " 105. 23 5th ' V3th' 29 i205i . 3 328 e-ST JI Majority, m 4 309 9K ThervoteinSouNajKHwasprbportiona BS lightjlijhat in.Jfash villa. Theesult was For union. 2G2 26 Majority for unioctJ?,- h, - 230 The-voto 01 tUoxiiTQQ ine,qsestiOBiianexfflg celebrated; and South NaJhvillBjvalSJtcht;. Butlittte- more than, waaawmofig half the rdtaiwaarcfet 2tf . c r, t .itJi , .' n)attbiaTalaaWeri!Is.--IIaTe'Toua naiain the riirlit mi i r tea awiw So, there 13 do moreoalhNas-hviUo! sod La its l. pptness and foog lift here .on.eartlu jOne oTthe" great fht(lm7idigm wards of W-""? ii'-Dromgoote's TegefaoleFcmaieTJiUen," Xashvillef TUEJ.PASTF3T,-TRIP OX JtECOBD. The steam ship Battle astonished ;everbody ca Saturday.by, sfearaingjnto' Ke w-Tprtin ninf days ' - 8hort;jj)re.viou passage 'was" ' naaetiy theslimeihip inAugust, 1851; time nine , days an3 foffftcihhoiiri. The, Bailie has thti po,-. .tt!. TLl.-h '...IJrij ' -r... t The liextjauTckest passages have hten made by the fu'nnard'steamer Arabia-a siupxif wbich the own-- t3?crs,fiaveijnst reason' toberoud. The 'following !tabl?sliovvssme of lnFiiickest voyages of both LrrlaroL to Vtn'roE t j Ships ArrivedatNework. Dirs. Hours, liin. altic.irr....;-..i.Jiilyi. 8.J854 Dflf 12 15 MalticAT.V. .?iTAug 16,M83I?.t-.. 3- 14 0 Xrsbia feAug.23 1853.. JbP17 Pacific..-.:. ap i.iv, pal - . v 15 .Afbjnnb... 0 7 IS 22 Sfl 0 45 5 55 10. 0 Arabia June -2S. 1833.... S3 4ribiakfc..'...,,1AHg'tS. 18.58...... - 22 1'icjtic J ayt50.as.12.....-510' "J H1p'c..., .Jon 7,-Has:.,, . o 3 Arabia MAV:M,a358rrv;'. 10 8 Pacificiv.n'..vlI ay'.'lS33?r.-..40 " Arcticf.-.wj-r.rta:y iJ0,1853.'.-;.if 10 8 Asia H i yi7, 18?2:.'..-r-'10 l" 15 Atlantic. June -21ilS50.v..i.10 ' 7 g?" We see itsutedthatMr. Wal5er, Es- Presidentof h& aivan repubUCvOf Sbnora4 has ps;jpjed th eaJtorship of the Stockton Journal. tia aecltres tf-.atini pAjiiWitiojj wps Jormeu lor the purpose of protecting-the people c Sonota from the outrages of the Apache Indians. pg 0p to the present tjmp Jhjrty-seVen deaths 'jmre'bteu caused uy tfye terrible cqljisiqn on the a 'Baltimore and Susquehanna Raijroad qn the "4th. t la'iirbbable that a few more of ilia wounded, will yedie. Mr. Scott, the cqndiiotqr, is recovering. (Go.nu.MpiTrp.J -Affptiragrgphis gging the' rounds of the nwDapere relative .to. the atrial of Father -KRA.casBiD Cincinnati, which is incorrectaad cal ".culatedito da. injustice to thejurym'en' In "the. case. rreadJifVf'heing 'for, cenviction of assault and . . .battery,. and six.for coaviction.with intent to corn 1 ' 1mTtarape,,R9 pBljsHed by"sbme papers, the jury hungasfoUowff : fire for entire acquittal, five for sault and battery, and two for assault, etc., with rntifit ioicornmit a rcpa. - - . r 'emcmnaS'rienJof.Truth."'" . J vsoje IJan Xhjs institution went into opera iop during this -week Yehjve been 'shown some f,Vnbe billj c,f.ths bat!:, hiqh afe fjnely" eieputed, 'ijnu; b.n" a very superior 'quality of paper, and it will -ho-i, very difticult matter to counterfeit them. The "''iBcerai'Thq. TL Callaway, .President, and Tlio.. J. ,y.TCrnp1?eUi 'Casuler, are both' practical wen, and, will ,manftge tlie business of the concern to the entire J wsatisfaction of the public. -" . - ; , Bank at tliis point was much needed to facili tetie""rrov;inrj business of the cqmraunjty, spd in? oneestablislrcd wiu"ri54er 'conventeaceaaiid ac- ' ' cmmodtions In "the -way of .JSxdhan'ges which could'not be easily obtained heretofore. The char- , "suite of tlie stoqUholders"rend.era jt'a-safe institu tKp an4 every way worthy of public confjdence. 'glatkad hespateif. J ' JfARBuqE Hiyenjoij rs acquainted with the i , Countess Roclie.rart, and never omited going to sea bera 'single evening. As she'was a widow and he -28$rldower, one ol his friends observed to him, it wddld be more convenient for him to marry that ,Iady. . . -v "I have often thought so," Baid he, "but one' tgTog'pievants me; if shoujd marry her, where . tSuld Ispen'd my evenings ?f" - - - -I3f The Boston May dlares that an. old , v preaAer once took for His text, 'fAdam,' where art jhqaand 4'V'ded his.Bubjecintq'tljre'gparU; 1st. J&fflntfh.aro sornewh'ere. Sd. qmeme are wherft lfjeyiSg'ht not fo be; and 3 i' Unless they take f -iijLe Bqon tneDl5Te3 where they yy-f6iild..tther got tie fi3?- .Mr.JKavenaug)), one of the recently-elect-c ed bishops otthe Methodi3t Episcopal Church South, is a'practical 'printer. ' 'OfcSurse'ho knows how to pull the devil's tail. r 'Boston Post. 557. Kossuth is said to be so unwell in Lon- aohar to'fce unable ornate hi intended .visit to . -.. Wgy-t'. t'V ' ." 'W &lF ln -flld ;ipaid vas heard, to exclaim, while . gitfiogat'h'er toilett (ho o(,her day, " I pan bear - diversity, T'Cap enooi)nterhard?hip3ianrt withstand r(jje$h4qpe?.officl;le jttune; But 0, to live, and ' droop.'ari J die, like, a.angle pink I can't endure it. and what's more I won'M" V4ilary,.my love, " said a not very atten (iveliuiband to his wife,'atalinner table, ''shall I helpynu to a niece of tlie'heart?" " I believe, said 8hes ,'l'that.ajplece of a heart was all tlut-T ever go There was a. commotion v. amougthe dishes. - '. Z3f u I meant to have Jold you of. that hole," said man to his friendwbo had stumbled'into a pitfnU of water, a few days since."" ' . iNO mailer, now no matter, now, saiu me 2thftr,!uljving the mud and water.out of htsmoutb, ' jm, 3? ."Seo tliorel " exclaimed a returned Irish : .goldier, to a gapin crowd, as he exliibite'd, Vith some pride, his tall hat with a bullet hole in it. - Book at that hole, will ye? If it had been a lo w crowned hat, by the piper o Moses, I should have been killed outright." -' A'droll fellow, who had a wooden leer, be- EtfTrncomnany with a man whq was somewhat " KsrfWe were amused -with a remark we heard -mSfit.&st-,aight. "Halloo, Bill 1" said a lel ' low to-.one-of his tipsy companions, who was stand ing against A lamppost, "is that your post?" "Not exactly' the tipsy one, 'but I have a lean up on it,'' , . . - XaUies, wlio have a disposition to punish their luisSariBs, should bear in mind that a little sunsbinuiwiU meltan icicle much quicker than a regular-northeaster. My brethren," said Swift, in a sermon, ' '.'thereare.three sorts of pride, of birth, of riches, ' of talents. Ishall not-speak of the latter, none of you being liable to that abominable vice." ' K- "tommy, how!s:all.-your folks?" "All v eil, but Growler. He's got the bow-wow-el com plaint" ' ' EST1 -Why is a mouse-trap like-a house of hos pitality? Because the visitors are pressed to remain. tredulouvvlie tatter asked (lie former how he came rto haVb a-bdadn leg. "Why," said he, my father . :. t i.is' l.i. 1 in vr.HaV.. tw.r. i.: . nail OUC, ttu,I,!4,,''.,vf o"H"t uv"ic uiiu. 11 inTih tnTDlood.'' ' aaa WMBlaatedalt .nSitrn, far,eW riiraeC diseases or the ."jv. Iisojiects asoaluUr; andspeedy -aadjTit the iwteonjijaifeijflw-ii.is -xk. euipnsiugAt - j fteali 6Bperde attbtherx, evented by a 'Very- dutin- kjrWbliewktis, or.Liver Ceraplfliat, iarpecoliir.. fj-farmi&tMe aioaswioE,- end s if hashed spent years tin wBwrtcs me wgrcaicnw hu prujiuriiuaiHi tueir ijuan taie ifiSe 4Mlmpecaliarly adapted jtoeyeix-form of the -Kw5e, sad sever fill to alleviate th most"Obstmau r.. . t-. ri t - V r 'fin. T . . . ' w um ivmiMwwpiua-ucr.uave jostiy uecoma tfefl researches of JJr.M Lan .; we. seneuctora i 05 BurakiBdvv pressure taiWeS iia nriifayu t aasVAowiimw-.'cdostent win fiar lha' shoulder- HVjextwdinslothetop cf the. sfeouiderf- JMlT!0 "W'5??SHJM Uttecptlai are isdmetimes taWlbrrheateatie. ther all arise f fdm 'a ITASCA nf JJTer; aad If yon would have relieCgo injtaatlj and buy a,box.oU)r. M'LaM'Urer PilU. ' J , ' x-arcnasers will be -careful toSik for lf. jHo Xaae Celebrated Xiver Eill and take nose ele. wwer riils, purporting JoJbe.iUTei; Pills, nsr ifeS-pBblic, JPr, Jl'Lane's celebrated Lire'r Pills, al- lo'hlsgeBuinft',Venifug9, can now bo had at all re specta. we OJrug btorea m the United Stilta'and Canada. julyll-lw. i!rhe'll'aud"of-CiviHiaUon.-0o wiih, us, if ton i j5hpJease,-tolbe primeriU fores and, thefutvrhitb5C bei,u W'PBOBt'bT'tae hand of rirlli'mCnr It line r,,o,l fl.a ,. M.I Toesa of the- wilderness howl in peace and plenty. Thtf cu nosity and industry of man know no bounds.' The eres "and mind of mln iath no. end; Behold the wondrous and - J. jnighty.discoTries made hymen, leadine to one's health. oral! tale jrreiralBritiej, Tor s41e"itt Nashrille bylhe Proprietor, at the Patent Vsdicine'Store.-PublicSquare, and' Druggists generally. jyll-rlF" . " . ' B. II, It. REMEDIES. RiDWit'i Rkadt Rttitr, For the Koinoral and Curs all acute Pains; RhenmaUim, Sick Headache, Nean)cl uooisra, Vnmpi, Spaimi,Tootliacho, .Dlarrbcm, &c- K.Tt: H, Bad, Offenlrf Breath Stomach out of ordr TsWundMpiof R, U. K.every moroinj; In a.lltlla water, am rioio Jjut the mouth; alio, awallow lome or thO Reljef ltvlUneutralUetheacIdonthe itomacb,makelt. sweet and clean, and remorefrom the iqoathand teeth all tartar or bad taite. Pcrjoni trqable 1 with nick, baadacbo will find Imme diate relief by ui'.nc B. R. H. If there are any lufierlng with Neuralgia, Tuotbacbe, RhpumatUiq, or Chilli and Fe ver, we gaarantce thai Radwar'a Ready R.tlef will atop tbewortt pains in afew mluutra. Prlco 25 ceul, SO centi andtljer. battle. R.R. K. So. 2 RiJwaj'j RenoratioiRetolTent cures all complaint's caused bj Bad BlogJ and .Poisonous Deposits. Jt macas tnehlooq pare, rich aqdnealthy. UUJeri.SoresiTumou, Cancer?, dc, are tlja offspring of MrUlnpntsoaouidepoijta.liirtlDg I3 th system; Radwa)'s KeDOfatlnj Itesolrent renorates (be Blood, cloaoses and puT rlfet,gn4sBticbe It; 1 rewires away all 4ioaed deports, -andcjjrcsSerorupi, Sal' Rheum', Ijunors.Te'tttp, Kash, and all ErupJa'ns, ?everSqres, Ac. r!rlf e of R. R. jjesiflTent 81 per botte. n. jt, k. rfq, q, "Rdwt' RiODL4Toas-They free tbo bovrli from a Morbid Humors, P.; ulate the System, and insure to all who takslfcem aneasy discha'ce, and 1 healthy dl-estlon, Thiy acVupontho Urer, Stomach, BnweU, kidaejs, Bladder, Urr. thrai, They.repulate evaryoraan iu the s;tem. Imparting a hrallby action to each. If the bowels ar costive, the Reg ulators will tently more them without subjecting the pa tieat to too powerful partatldu'. Take 3 or and they wil operate brliUv'.'"Thej neither giipe,paia,Bor sUken the pa tients 1ey are qulsk cures for costlreness, Dyspepsia, In dleestieii. J.lver Comnlalnt. Diseases of the KUnav. n,l Bladders. Tneare entirely Vagetabje, nd,lilata'ht to tike. Price 25 cents. At r. R. ft., offlr'e,' lOi 'pultoji slreet, up stairs. ' " uljl Im .WRJS'INp. Delaj not; ha.rbpr ajpt ja jowr mjqd th.at sentence 0 fools' pljilosopby, tl)t a fia -iU get wj 11 of itself, or that you can euro it with certain medicines for 3 few dollars. Beware how you tamper with yqur general nRlfare. Te triW Slid vicjons ypnths, why will ye persist in dosing with the Wy taw fating camjpmni (Jaljy prqered, there by impairjOsT your appetite and digestion and destroying you mentally as well as physically, when you can be cured with'afewdosv of pleasant medicines? Ye rakes of every age and condition, why will ye siifle and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for the tnjoimnd and even ordinary pttrruiU uf life t You who are thus annoyed and wish to be restored to health and rigor by a treatment at once pleasant and effectual, should consult Dr. MORRIS. Ui? success in chronic distant has been greater than that of any other physician of bis day. Many wbo-tiarebeen for years afflicted with disease or con sequence resulting from excess have been restored to health and vifor under his really.gritntjfift treatment. ShouIJ a pawojilinteTYiOif'be ebicctioca'oij, state your disease IB wrltfing-enclcise fire' dollare-'acfdress 'Dr. W H. MORRIS, through the PosVOlfici!. XashrTIIe. Tenn and a package of medicines, sectu'ely put up; wlll be sent pri raieiy auu wuu uupuivu, iuii airecuuus ipe.rewun, ho qvts'.vmt "aitti, ' " " '" '." " Per8ra?Urip.pt a 4!i6pe, an4 fSicipd will Scrofula, r. Stricter Jltsti,or any disease whatever of an ajrara ted or mabgnant charter, can be cured at home by consult, ng Dr. Mobbu, by lotter, pot paid, enclosing a fee . Medicines piaaant and safe, can be sent per mail to any -part of theUnitedtStates. . Particular attention giren to the treatment of female com, plaints. Ladies who may be afflicted with Jrrequlqrititt. J'tour 4tbu or ff't.U', PtcUjtt ipri cr TMing of the H'oiW, wbHld'flo'wclI to-lay-'asido all fiilse delicacy and promptly coilsUlt thcllr; Cuaas Warkakted ! Ottce over Mutual Protectiorrlnsnrahce Uttice, Cedar at Dear Post Office. Koom. No. 14,'up'stairs. uOTS.tt 1ST HEShYS lYlQaaATJO CORDIAL: The merits of tbii'htr'ely HJfitabli'ektracl'for (he "renioral and cure of physical prostration, genital "debility, nerroua affeis tions, Ac Ac-qre'ljcilly d.e?cnt)cd in another column,, ol tbt paper;tq wh ch the reader is roferredi tipfrbottlf.s boe tlesfor5, s x bottles for $8; JG per dozen, Observo the marks of the osmjixs, Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 3, Franklin Row, Vine Street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, Pa,; TO WHOM ALL BORDERS 'MUST BE ADDRESSED. For sale by ill respectable Druggists and Merchants throughout the country, For sal at the Patent iiedldne B.pct, ho. 12 College street, by J. P. 'DROMGOOLEWbolfesite Igent foi the State and only agent in XashVitle. fim d. ana tn-W. " auiot s,44fi or GliOOEJBIES, DAVIS d SWANX. fS SATUHDAY, JULY THE I3TII, INST., J we will sell for CASH, the following articles, vnr 25 hhds clarified Sugar; 100 bags Kio Coffee; 25 do extra old process do; 75 do Laguyra do; 25 hhds Fair Sugar; 20 do Java, do: 100 boxes Star Candlee; 25 do Ta'low do: 100 Eagle 'f-CpJ 75 ' do Cincinnati, cjo; 25 netsTubs: SO doxen Hucketf- 20 boxes Imperial Tea; 5U dq Fjwy Soaw 125 bbls.rcbqiled Sldlasses; 50 casks Soda, 75 jbts. Loaf Sugar; 15 do Powdered, do; 25 Cr'ushe4,"do;' 60 boxes Cuba Six Cigars; 100 d.q Hayjjnn,a, d; 25 boxes Leiflon Syrup; SQ ia W004 Matehas; 5 casks Rum; 10 bbls. Rve Whisk r. 0 do Migar House, do; 0 half bbls. Golden SvruD: 10 haif casks Con. lirandv: 50 bbls. Sam Hale's WhiskyjIOO reams Wrapping Paper; 10 casks PUGodardBrandyaOO Dimijohns, 1,2,8.15 gal's. 18 do ClarefWine; 10 bbls. No. 3 Muckered 7.7 boxes do do; 75 boxes Virginiq Tobacco; 20 do Yfbite. dqj 80 45 Glassware. With many other articles, toe tedious to mention. We will put the goods up in lots to suit the bnyers, and offer every article m the above list. As most of the goods are erdered to be closed, buyers may rely on a good chance to get bargains. DAVIS A SWANN, jylS. No. 78, Public Square. ' TIME SALE OF UKOCERIES AT AUCTION' BY .S.FliENOH&SONS. ON MONDAY, THE 17TII INSTANT, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., WE will offer at PUBLIC SALE, in front of our Store, -corner of Market and Clark stieeis, u general assort ment of GROCERIES, comprising in pait. - 100- HUQS. air 101 rime ciugar;. I)a4: 400 Kegs &elroou,t Nails', assorted sizes; lOfT Casks Carb. 'Soda; 100 Doz. Water Huckets; - - -100,000 Hegjha Oigarsj aM brands; 11Q botes Va.Tobapco; . t , 150 botes Pint and Quart Bottles? 3 4"' Soy bbls. Whisky; Witbageneral assuftmeutot Wines, Brandies, Ac; 100 b)U Vinegar, With Pepper, Spice, Madder, Ac, Ac. H.S.PKENCll A SONS. N. B. Terms made known on day of sale. Persons hiring goods to close out at our sale will please send the same iu early 03 the morning of the dav of rale, with invoice. U. S. F. A. S. julyll td FURNITURE! MATTRESSES 1 1 PIANOS!! I JUST received a fine assortment of Bed steads, Bureaus, Wire and Tin Safes Sofas. Sofa Beds. Breakfast. Dinim. Cm. tre, Side, and orfc Tables, extension Table.-, Ac.. A large ot of Wardrobe'", Chairs, of ali kinds, Window Shades, Clocks, an assortment of L. Gilbert's entire Iron-framed Pianos, Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Ac Mattresses, Shuck, Moss, .Cotton, and Curled Hair Spring Mattresses, kept on hand and made to order, and waraau'ed. Notv is the time for those wanting any articles in my line to buy cheat roa Cash, or approved paper. 1. H. MORTON, fyl3 tf 45 Union street. P. T?r".i . qtJyWie Senate meet hercalfer btatorpmiorisiaua arid Mj&sissrbAn ffrh -structioa ra railf6ad rr'oraNew'OrlJansto Mobilef I - illHTlHOBa mil n f-t . . n -1 , - i ll werapreeiselv-OtOfie ofMr.'Jeffersonin 17JU oftbrafcdOrdin iiissour restrMnt.5 He jwtdedid not design tabltshW the bill, and asked no action on it till n.xesston. lt-as readthel arst time. I Xhe report of yesterday ma the evening, se3 -Bion ortheJ4th; - - ?ZT r TrrraatrBO, .Jul745 noon'. RiVer'two'feeli i he nTinnnl unit t. . 1 Rev? York, Xoljr" 15 noon. Cotton. Suiet Flpur.advanced. 12 to 25c 8500 straight State at ,GaCr-Good Ohio 7J to 8; Southero'steady; 'Wheat, pnees a trifle higher G500 Red Missouri SI 574. ;Corn firm; Mixed 07 to 09; White"82 io 83. Eard firmf upward' tendency, 0Ja9jv Whisky firm, Ohio 23a28J' . Stocfcj dull and lower. Money leas plenty, good demand. - - CHOLERA IN CHICAGO. ' " ' ' .Cricaoo, Ilu, July lD.There were 'lSO deaths from cholera in Chicago pn Sunday. ' ' ' . CLARKSnLLE TOBACCO MARKET.. . ""' " CLAEisvjuijuly 18. . Sales by'Wm, S. McClure of 6S hhds. Tobabco'.as fol lows: 1 a 4 '70 2 a 4 6. 1 a 845, 1 a 8 .25, 4 a.4:85; 4 a 8 SO, la 8 75, l a 4 45, 1 a 3 00, ,2 a4-7S, ,1a 2 85, 1 a 3 05, 3 a 4 40,. 1 a 2'80, 2 a 4 50, la 4 45, a i?W,-1 a 4 90, 1 a3 15, laS 30, 4a 8 55, l a 2 40, 1 a i lO.Va 3 C5. r Bj)0, si4 75,a4 CO, 4a4.,55c I a 5 05, 5" a 5 45." 'i. slight ImproVemt 2a4 25. 4 a 4. 95,1 prorement on last sale. Don't Neglect a' Bad Cold, it may speedily lead you to the grave., Get a bottle of STABLER ANODYNE CHERRY,EXPECTORANT at once isafe, efficient and scientific remedy, which has been well tried and' not found wanting; Many physicians have been informed of its corn- Position, used it in their praciiee, and have given certificates recammeqdrag if tn the highest manner;. It Is the best remedy known for the cure of Coughs, Hoarseness, "and other forms or common colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup. Consumption in an early stage, -and. for. the relief of the patient even in the advanced stages of that fatal disease. See descriptive pamphlet's, to be had gratis of the agents. price tor each, only .fity cents, or six bottles for $2 50. K-Jl-STAHLEIt-A CO, Proprietors, Wholesale Druggists, Baltimore. W.F.GRAY, J. P. DROMGOOLE, je27 2 w Wholesale Agepta, Nashville. Tena, OBITUARY, Departed this life on the 6th instant, Mahoaest Anaus, consort of MaJ. John Adam's, in the 6sth year of her ae. She was born in Pierson oonnty, North Carolina, and re moved to Yellow Cteek, Jackson comity, Tennessee, in the j car 1R01, and was married in 1806. She was .a member of the Old Baptist Church, and was a mother to the orphan, and a friend to the needy. A large circle of relatives and friends has met with a loss that cannot be repaired; but their loss ia her gain. She was a christian, and left every evi dence that aba would he happy after death. Her disease was eeneral droDsv. She hot W last ill. nesa with patience and christian fortitude, and was ready and willing to meat hw Saviour. ' ' " M. OlftARsj aKOOERIESj&a i, OTR & CO., IME9BTEBS rjF GENTJINE HAVANA CIGARS, SMQKINQ AND CHEWING TOBACCOS.. FRENCH flllANBIES, WJNS, BITTERS, SOQICHALRS, lOSVOXAXDDUBiiy PORTER, CORDIALS, FRUITS. Ac, 21 Cedar Street, opposite the Verandah. OQ C(f HAVANA, MEXICAN ZoO.UUU GERMAN CIGARS. The laivi A"ND est and best assn rted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, o ual ities, ahapes and sizes, most ef which are the richest fla vored, and costliest Cigars that come from Havana. Also, 10 barrels Havana Smoking Tobacco, (direct impor tation,) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco in the market Dealers and users f the above are respectfully inritecj'to ite 1 a call, and exn;,(qeot;rak.iqd(pycjlsfe(brj9 buying, elsewhere, as we are sellfhg' wholesale and retaiTai low 'as such' can be hadln any market in the Union. A. KERR Jt CU., mayis' "' ' " ' 2rCedarTtreet. uard. andSeignftt'sj ii qra. uiarq, mneiiana Aionaon uoca; 3 pipes Holland Genuine Gin; 10 dozen pure Jamaica Rum, (imported in glass;) 6 , " Champagne Brandy, " 8 barrels Wild Cherry Bounce; J . 10 dozen Brandy Cherries, (French;) ' 50 cases superior Clprot; 2 ocsta '! .' 4 'Purj'oldSLerir; ' -'" -"I 4 " ' "i " Mhdin-a: 100 baskets Champagne, Clicquot, Charles Uiedsict, aid Lon'don ah4 inb,' Porterj SsiilflhAle; ' ' 15 dozen Sparkling Hock; 5 " Malvisa Wihe de.licioiisan4ndiiri4hing llght Wina, forMifil " " A-KERR A CO., majS-dStWtf Na 27 Cedar st. LYONS k CO. Importers nnd Dealers in Havana Cisnrs, To bacco, and all kinds of Foreign M'ines, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Ckpab Sthmt, NashriHs. Conntry orders resn;rffally SalUttid a'nd "punctually at- AT.E ARRIVAL. CIGAR-Sf CIGARS Received this day a" large lot of superior Regalia Cigars, which I6r flavor "an4 quality will strpaas 'ny "eej h'royg'nt to Nashville. We teepj csuf" tfl overy large as sortment of al dw.cnpiGns of Cigars, vfch. we will sell eithcrat Tf holesafe. or relay, at the Iqwest prif f Country and pity' dealers a,re respectfully iqriteq to examine our stock before purchasinp; Djsewhsre apT. - L YONS A CO.. IB Cedar at LIQUORS, We keep constantly on hand a full sup ply of Brandies, Wines, and all other Liquors, of va rious qualities, for either wholesale or retail by ap7 LYONS A CO., 19 Cedaratreet. SHEWING AND SMOKING TORACCQ, we having ju;t; rel?ed' ah art of Tc,p-.ccb of a' very BppeHorgttalRjr. r ' - " LYdA'SACO., 3 'api VJQeda.ratreet, LYQ?(S A; CQ, TTTQULP n)qst rejpeftf4llj call the attention of the YY cit ftfld country Merchants generally, to their stock of lereignand Domestic Liquors, all of which we guarantee genuine-. Amongst which will be found the following, viz: 2 pipes Maglony Brandy, vintage 1845; 5 W pipes htar "Proprietor Brandy, vintage 1E43; 7 i pipes Otard Dupee Brandy, vintage 850i 5 i pipes J, Hennewy Rrandy. vintage 1850; 14. pipes a,ssoVte,'4 Bra.qdv, vintage from '48 to 51; 1 pipe Double Sirann Uollund Gin, (fine); 1 puncheon Jamaica Rum; . 1 puncheon Santa Cruz; 2 V casks Pure Juice Port Wine; 10 V casks L'Duraud do dj 5 bbls Cherry Bounce; 5 butts Cherry Wine; 5 do Maderia do; 10 bbls Extra Old Bourbon; 10 do do do Monongahila; Also, a full assortment of llumestic Liquors, generally too numerotra to. Mention. '' 5d baskets assorted Champaign Wine, just received by jy7 LYONS A CO. DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. JUST received this day one of the finest and m ost beau tifnlly nelested stock of Meerschaum Pipes ever brought tothisc'ty. 1 Also, a very beautiful lot cf Stems, some which are ot Chen-y, ' ' Also, Amber Mouth Pieces; Tobacco Pouches and Bags. All of wbicVwe most re.p'ectfully invite the attention of the public to call and examine, as it is no. trouble for u (a show our G604S. " " LYQXS A CO., jy7 19. Cedar street JUST RECEIVED 800 pounds superior French Rappee Snuff; 850 lbs Maccabov Snuff; 100 Lundy foot Snuff; 1 Lot fine Havana. Leaf Tobacc; - . . Also On hand Langhorne's Chewing Tobacco. The' Fig Leaf; the El Divan; Bogg's A Go's; Anderson's, and a general variety of the finest Tobacco, 50 dozen Pipe Stems,.witb, or without amber mouth pie ces. I hare a few of those pipe3- on hand yet, which I .wakbakt atxxnss MxiRSCHACUr Gentlemen-will do well ia callirghere before purchasing elsewhere, as each pipe is tested before sale. , J. MOORE, Tobacconist, apl 6 Little Indian, cor. Cedar and Cherry sts THOSE BEAUTIFUL 'PIPES 1 have just re ceived a lot of the most beautiful MEERSCHA UM PIPES ever brought to the western country. I invite gentlemen to call and examine them, at the sign of the little INDIAN, cornerof Cherry and Cedar streets. feb7 '54 tf. J. MOORE. JUST RECEIVED. One case of Dill's tine.Fig Leaf To bacco, Persona using thiaTobacco willfind it to their ad vantage to call at the sign of theLittle Indian, Cherry and Cedar streets. For sale wholesale or retail by ,e24. J- MOORE. A NEGRO Boy. 13 years old, vary likely and smart, raised, and two little Girls, extra likely and fVMintrvr rniA smart, for gala by DABB3 A PORTER. haverplattd .l -AI Oaase . pursuant to a npticerinlroduced hirJq0tO-ABSilrt of assorted Iv snubant sa-WdonaliaT- i" tovprombit alaTWTTsja theiTerritoricsof.the Tafoi"inUyamnuf:tnrer nricea: 1 w V 1 ' - - I - MflrtlB tn-l'U An iaaBewith- United -StateRT Uo ul theiperationa of the bill- '-fvixVlwiaasortedsiie nv.drtBrai Figs; (JKOCERrES. Wlificjsiyc Grocer,! C02flSSrt5; 'wTO F0RWARD1XO ifZSCJIAST 'OoTiuT-oflXUfgi il Uivrclll&vU. Kuktillt. . . . ' . . wj baei HaTani; SO da Jari. :CA2ElS-io0.i)oi8ii Kperm.and Stir-, nH Won ,&Mnmli SftbhtaPecan es- FLOU2oo,bW Oaffio; m CincinnaU; . the nf l ao Hj0 Suui(Harrjsop'f;) TZ ' - L a - 75 do KintTumb era and Gobletsr ;x,UKtna.uP"t?"'. ; five and three gallons; Itiiliim). a C.'M ..-I a' .nn 1 in ROessee and p'ittsburf, assorted sizes) I 'LIQUORS .la ljvlAnn Pi-tf miaB anJ . LIQUOR- IS case Lon4on Porter quarts and nintar .-a- - 10 casta Scotch Ala " " ' z- 7.5 barrels American and French Brandy; 95 4o Apple and Peach " . . 400 da Whisky, various brands; - . I . 50, do Holland Giny 25 do N. E. Rum; 2o do "Wine; various kindsr" -..,.100 do . Cider Vinegar; . , MOLASSES-i-150 bbls ana C Ebts reboDed and aHouse: 75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup; NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; - ' 150 do Wheeling, " PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles; ' . " 10 cases Tornatoe Catsup; " " SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar; ' " f 100 bbls St, LouisandThiladelphia Crushed and Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;) SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; -250 sacks tine and coase: - - Of . . .L. 1 -'. J r 1 ... f ao.j u3 uoiry cuiu i o ooxes laoie sail; SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do FancvSoaK T SEEDS-45 banU Millet Seed; ' v TEAS 20 cases various brands; , TOBACCO 60 boxes Chewing, assorted hrarids; " 25 boxes Jenny Li ud.suoeric. tide; . SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, 'Xead, Powder, Shot, balarratus, Soda, Axes,vChains, ramieuxiucKeM,ai;.,lxc. . For sale low for cash by T.J. CLACK. ("Liberal advances on consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool; -100,000 lbs Bacon and 'Lard; Drie4 Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng. or which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries. JanlS, T.' 'J;CLACK. GROCERIES, Src FRESH ARRIVALS. 200 SACKS PR1MERIO COFFEE new cropV -nr 1 T .1 in LLI. ! 1 F'rt. .... '25 sacks Laguyra Coffee; iu uoia uacKerei, nsa ot 'os; 20 kits do; 20 hoxta Cod Fish; 20 " Smoked Herrings;' 200 " Sardines; 20 KgaLqt jar Pickles; 20 " l-tmon Syrup; 10 Pepper Sauce; 5 " Sa.Bilters: ? 20 do good Java do; 50 hhds new Sugar; 50 bbls Molasses; 80"do do; 25 do Golden Syrup; 20 do 'Crushed Sugar; 20 do Pondered do; 80 do Loaf do; 10 tierces fresh Rice: 30 doz painted Buckets; J.10 nests " Tulmf 60 boxes and half boxes -M.10 nests '' Tubs: R. Raisins; & casks London Porter; 100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags' Alrpice; 10 bags h b Almonds; 20 " Pepper; 2 casks Pecan Nut-; 10 " Raco Ginger. 2 bbls Brazil do; With numerous other artiolos in the grocery line, just received and for sala low for CASH br decll E. S. CHEATHAM AC. CHAiliPAt.Ni., r: A BASKETS and boxes hue Champagne; a superior ar- tJJ tide of the best brands. Just recei red and for sale by decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. FIME WINES, BRANDIES, 4c. 10 CASKS OLD MADEIRA; 5 " " Sherry; 5X " Port; 10X pipes pure Coguaa Braqdy, al4en,4 fine; 20J casks " V'a '. 10 boxes assorted Corqials; 1 FortaUby 4ecll E.. CHEATHAM A CfX RECTIFIED WHISKY. 50 RARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKY; For sale low by 4ecl II E, S. CHEATHAM A CO. ucaa u'chza vesd. isbeasi. if TEURASS, Wholesale Uraoorst Commmlon Merchants, ANU PKALBS IS Liquor, Iron, Castinsi, Nails, Flour and Salt, aYo. 33 Broad St., A'ashviHe, Term. SUNDRIES. ' 1 00 hhds. prime N. O. Sugar, 20 bays spies. 150 DDIS. Moiassja, 30 " innzer. 200 i da, 4 bbls. putty, 5 " alum, 5 " brimstone, 40 casks sods,. 150 kegs white lead, 300 boxes pint and tlasks, : 25 keM colden syrup, 5 kegs 850 bags Baltimore Coffee, 73 " llaranna ao., 127 " Laguyra do, SO pockets old Java do., 150 bbls.-loaf and powdered Sugar, 5 ti?rcc; Rjc4 0 biiei Liftjinorn, A A.rm, stead t Tobacco,' 100 boxes atber brands, ci?iri lUJjCpO lBjjaua scgars, . "60,Mi0al njelee and Cuba six aegars, 100. gross matches, 125 bqxes an4 K boxoa star candles, 175. baxes tallow candles, 75 " bar soap, 100 cases gunpowder and imperial tea, 6 bbls. Epaom salts, 75 boxes 8 oy 10, 10 by 12, and 12 by 18 glass,. 100 boxes and & -M raUics, ?0 .' lenVccs,'"" V cases indigo', 1 Cask madder, 10,000 lbs. bar lea4, 400 bags shot tvisojiad 900.00U Q. O. py'siofl ps, 300 keg powder, 50 boxes starch, 800 demijohns, S(X bags tine salt, 1000 bbls. Kan. Uu., 800 boxes W. R. cheese, 150 " E.D. do 75 doz. plough l;n 3 t,cd bad cords. ""r ' ' 25 bags pepper, 150 buexsts. The above Wtll be sold very low aVS.? llroad st. . by To Railroad and 'l'uruntke Contractors. 5 picks, 12" dozen shovels,' ' 10" mattocks, 0 drills, 10" spa4ei," 7,!i "wl Pflln.'6d erow bars, 5 " sle4ge hammers, 0 ami hara, uafiniahod; In store o.n.d for sa.te law by MoCREA A TERKASS. LIQUORS. M PIPES fine brandies, 200 bbl X) 1 " Holland gin, 1 puncheon Irish whisky, 300 " 40 bbls. port wine, some very 75 " fine, 50 ' 5 bbls. sherry wirje, S " 5 ' Madsira no. a 40 " sweet Maha. So 15 boxes Muscat wine; 60, " 25 " claret d,a, 25 " 3,1 " brindv cherries. EWiU' Pike's magnolia whisky, Tenn. ree'd do,, Bower' ' CpV, iai,oUaryeio, eld Bolirbott' do., American brandy, N. E. riiin,, copptr ft- whisky. Narf York ein. ,e4 ch,erry brandy; 40 baskeU'clia.mjialfjn re win be sold very low an q on liberal ti ,e. at 85 lirnad st, bT MsCHTiA ATERRASS. BRANOIES ANO WINR9. 16 5asks superior Brandy, warranted pure,) 5 quart casks old Port Wine; 5 " "Madeira do 2 half pipes very fine Brandy. For sale by mchl0'54 R. F. BELL, DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 25 bbls New York Bn,ndyi 10 " uia: flr sala ivy R. F. BELL. Ho. 23, College at, cposite Sewanee House. -fiUO hhds Louisiana Siiffur all EradGS, in VjUCiAR to store and fr sale by W- H. UORDQN A CO ""QLASSES 900 barrels Craiahead's Molasses, 4Ul ! a sale bv mar22 W. U. GORDON A CO. NAILS 500 kees Shoenberger'a Nails all siz4,for sale by man!2 W. H. GORDON A CO. C ACK SALT 1400 bags tine Sack Suit, for sale to a,r kj rive per iroquoisoy W. II. GORUdN A CO. mar22'54 OAR SOAP 10Q boxes Prescott A Co., Rosin Soop, ( for aa.l by mar23 W.H.GORDON A CO. STAR CANDLES 185 packages Werk A Co, Star Candles, in wholes halves and quarters, fcr sale by mar93 W?H. GORDON A CO. LOVER SEED 15 barrels Pennsylvania Clover Seed for sale to arrive per Americus by j mar22 W. H.GORDON A CO. "O IO COFFEE 00 bags Kio Coffee for sale to arrive i per E. Howard, by W. U. GORDtlN A CO. mar2254. NAILS.-lQttQ KEGS SHOENBERGER'S CELEBRATED NAILS! all sizes. For sale by jgB5 W. U; GORDON A CO. ( LASS WARE. 200 BOXES ASSORTED IT Tumblers, Jars, Lanthems, Ac For sale by jn5 W. H. GORDON ACQ. TOBACCO.-200 BOXES BARTLETT JONES' Extra Virginia Tobacco; 100 bores Fwguson's' Extra Vjrginia Tobacco; 100 v' StubbTeSel'd'a' " do; 100 Goo'dwitiV1" V; 100 " Bbaz do; ith? various other brands, tor sale by janS ' ' "W. 0. GORDON A.CO iMRE "I'ltOOF SAFES.-WE HAVE ON P -hand a cjneral Assortment of Rich A-Ca's celebrated .Ire Proof Sales, acknowledged by all wherever they have J been iesieu,.wi ne me uesi arncie oi.ine uuu umuumuiuieu in this or any other conntry. We sell at Manufacturers' prices, freight added. ' . W. 11. GORDON.A CO. I an5 i CIGARS. 10 CASES. LA NAPOLEON-REGALIA CIGARS; 10 cases La Waternal Regalia Cigars; 10 M Wandering Jew " cfo; 5 " LasTres Marias " do; 5 " LaEstella " do; With various other brands, for aale by ths case only; jau5 W. 1L GORDON ACQ. RAPPING PAPER.-IOO BUNDLES East Tennessee Wrapping Paper, for sale" by jan5 W. it. UUKUOJi cc UU. EECEIVED PER STEAMER RESCUE : 50 bbls. CloverSeed; 100 bblsFlonn 200 bags Buck Wheat Flour. For sale low for cash by feb24 CHAS. J. CLACK. GAS FITTING. JM. SEABERRY A CO., respectfully inform the citi- zens of Nashville that they are prepared to execute any work entrusted to them in tne best manner, and on the shortest notice; and on lower terms than any work r " 'e kind has ever been dona in the city. Call and see. mayl8 lm. J. M. SEABERRY A CO. 'jpritOGBRIES r ry ii, WUOLESri OR0CER3, - r ' A (UUiX AKKIYALS.- ' "5 .T . :I!feilt? P New' Orleans CinCHWata" aad PiltiT n., ma iuuowin arucica, which we are of- ,Itu. -rcniryj.nercn&ntsaod deateit lene- Jallr will rfrt en t -.11 ... .ls -.lTT 750 bags prime Ttio Coffee; 50 doaUroonu 5) do Lauyja doj l.W kegs Pure Lead 200 bbls pnme Jf O Misaea.Vjfldo No 1 T 150U-bhIs ilrf da; 150 casks best Engliati Sodi f Y , v nnxv uinger; ui lyruriicu aim roAuorea riuuFH,&n asaonment; 25 ba'S Pepper; V' 1 jchesU Teas, assorted; 15 do Spice 50 bbls Soda Crackers; 10 tierces fresh. RIcer 60 do'Batter do; 100 boxes M, Raisins; " Cotton Yarns: assorted; onxes uoa Jishf s gross wasn Hoards; 60 do Herring; 15 nest J Tubs; 20 bbls Mackerel;,- 5 casks Brandy; K0 kits, aSorteilfiiumbers;' 3 do Signetle Brandy; 10 caes fresh SardioM; 8 do do; 25 boxes Pickles, assorted 5 du Madeira Winer uw irimrone: 10 do Alum; ' 250 bags fine Salt,' -150 Demijohns, asj'd sizes; 10 frails Almonds; 10C.O0O Cigars, var brands; 300 boxes mime Chet-ta- C 1 1 1. T) - . ' . . ' & da Sherry do; 10 do Port do; 25bbi.iUMW.ne; 40 bbls SM Wine; 25 bbls Holland Oin; ' 50 do American Braady; 60 do Old- Bout "vtTjuky; 150 do-Quart Kiasks; irn J . ' !Aj ao uia raonong ao; 25-do01d Rye do; ijv ui nm no n o ao r luted Tumblers, as:200 dq Rectitied do; 200 kegs Nails, assorted; 20 do Old Peach Brandy; .ueiuer wun an otner articles usually kept in our Una MCHOL, PEACOCK A CO. S. .. leD3 Corner of Church; and Market sts. BtX. If. .soil. ....TOOS C BUBQJ......-.....A.TTI.Z BEN, M, NOEL & CO.. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMinSSION, RECEIVING AND FORtVARDINC M E R CXI AN T S , AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TJQUOES, College Street. WINES: AND LIQUORS. 200 bhlsPike'a M'a Whisky; I pipe-Irish Whisky; 100 do PAte's Rectified do; 2 do Holland Gin; 50 do Brown's D D do; 20 bbls Old Port Wine; 50 do Old Monong"Ja do; 20 do pure Peach Brandy; 0 do Old llnurhnn An- 9; li.t.1, 100 do American Brandy; '50 bfc's Champagne, H B; 80 do N E Rum: 40 boxes assorted Cordials: 30 do Urn; 40 do SM Winer 15 do Walker's Ale; 2 Jf pipes Madeira Wine; Sherry Wines; 8 pipes Old Brandy; In store and foraaleby 20 do Hock Wine; 20 da assorted Brandies 25 do Claret Wine; 20 do Muscat do; 20 do Brandy Cherries; 10 casks Madeira Wine; BEN. M. NOEL A CO. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 50 boxes Qua Jones' Tobacco;20 boxes Missouri Tobacco; 50 do BoazA Goodwin do 20 do Kentucky do; 25 do Boazs Gold Leaf do; 20 da Mussulmans nectar 15 do Pbeuix" do; leaf Tobacco; do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco; do; 10 do Albretl's " do; do; 10 do Wetherington's do; do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars; do; Su do Johnson a do; do; 40 do Cuba Six do; do: 10.000 Napoleon ResAlia do: 15 do Sam Woods' 10 do E S White's 5 do Red A Nash's 10 do Allison' 25 do Fennel la 10 do Daily's 10 do Lnau' 10 do Young A Burnett's do;10,0o0 Jenny Liud do; iu store ana lur sale by Lirj.N. 51. .MJhli X CU. L7RESH ARRIVAI. HQO IIHUS. SUGAR, A. nil ffnil,.. 100 ba,rrc!4 of MoJUssss; 100 half ban! of Molasses; 5 tierces Csf Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; - .,..- 20 packages of Cruibbrrietc 150 1 ackajfes of Raising; -,1 10 bags ot Almonds; 20 casks of Porter and Ale; .. , 20 coils of Manilla Rope; 60 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Baskets; 100 pekagas Buckats, Tubs, Pails, Ac; w narrais recans, r unens ana Uream Muts; 20 packages Cogniac Brandy; lOpackages Maderia and Ch'errv Wines; - 40 packages Port and Malaga Wines; 70,000 superior Havana Cigars; 500 Demijohns; 5U.000 Corkc. For sale by fjanl2j EDWARDS A HARRIS. BOOTS, SBOES, &C. JAKES W. UAVILTON . BIS mtxa. HAMILTON A- FUfcl.R,, TENNESSEE BOOT AN,Q SHOE MANUFACTORY, Conner o.f Miirl;et and Spring sts., NASHVILLE, TENN. WE have in store, and are daily manufacturingitii work of the fullcwinz kinds, from the bestBI material, the workmanship of which we warrant: J JestV MEN'S superfine Calf Booh), sewed and pegged; " and boys' fine " Shoes, " " " " " Kip Boots, double front and sole; single Thick Boots, double s!: NEGRO BROGANS S, dsubl aofeck" Womca'a plantation Shoes: Housa rants' Shoe's: 1 Vouths' and children's coarse and fine shoes: 1 1 t LADIES' Calf Boots, sew,ed nd, pegged; " Morocco " "- " . '.' Kid ", 'i ' ". listing Gaiters; Also, a gfncrafasiortino. bf Stock; Aljof whicb we wli nwlyas cheap as the Eastern article San. C4U ttQTt bstonght, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER. N.B, We have engaged the services of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds of work to order. Repairing neatly done with all possible dispatch. apl7'.-4 tijan? 1854. SUMMER STQCK, 'M4. Rp.fli,,t sv aud Gaiters. ftAMAQE k CHUKOH, 45 CQUME STREET. TlESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public X that they have now received their full suppplies and have now on hand one of the largest and best selected stocks they have ever offered of WALKING AND URESS BOOTS AND SHOES, of every description and latest styles, from the best makers, for Ladies and Gentlemen, Hoys, Mioses and Children, which they will sell at the very lowest prices. may20 j FINE SLIPPERS, BOOTS AND GAITERS 1 FOR LADIES. SUP. Black French and qio(h. Oidters, plain and tip'd; " ' Qlove. Iid Slippers, Rozettes; 1 't V'mb.roa,dere4 Toilet Slippers, new styles; ' " French Mora and Kid Walking Boots and Shoes; r v Coioredd Lasting aud Linen Gaiters; Ac, Ac. I Just received by RAMAGE A CHURCH, ! mayao 42 College st TTsINE RAZORS AND STROl'3 200 dozen Wade A Jj Blutcher's celebrated Razors, among which a fine as sortment of WARRANTED RAZORS, in cases of one pair 1 r . , r 1 1 . j;.: 1 r u.. eacn ior private use; hi.mi a luimei uuumuuai bivv u an- . . 1. 1 . 1' J . l,..,. . . T) Olwi.i . Ders iwaxors; aio, ii aue .uun-urt v T. , and very superior article: FALL A CUNNINGHAM, mart tf College street HEMICAL' LABORATORY. The uuder signed continues to give his attention to tho analysis of Meubals, Ores, Soils, Misibal Wai.b, Ac. He will also undertake, for individuals or companies, the geological examination of mineral lands, farms, and routes tor roads, rendering faithful and correct reoprts of their en tire physical character, together with geological sections or maps, and analyses, as may be necessary. Laboratory and residence on the corner of Vine and Demumhrana streets aplS tf BdAw RIClLARn O.CURREY. .r, 41, CUR REV, CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER. BEGS LEAVE to inform his friends and the public generallr. that he keens constantly on hand ColGns of every description, from the plainest servants to the fine Metalic air-tight and air-exhaustv'd Cof fins, the best now in use for preservinr the Corps; together j with good Hearses and Horses, and every thiny necessary ror buriais. All orders icilaim,v ware-room, No.51Cooper'sBnildin. Chsrrv street, will be promptly attended to, both dav or night." mv'Sl tf J. U- CURREY". OKOER OF LONE STAR Naan viDe Division. No. 2.. Theregularmeet ;s of this Division are held on the SLCOND and Y ever; and FOURTH THURSDAY EVENINGS of iry raonth, at 8 o'clock. Degree- meetings on the FIRST and THIRD THURSDAYS, aC the SO3 OF TEMPERANCE HALL, Cherry Street. j5f Members of the Order visiting the city are invited to our Division room. II. a MacLAUGHLIN, Secretary, JO. C. NEWNAN. Preside ,8. DU. J. W. GRAY, TTAS removed to No. 9 Cherry street, uext door to Dr. a No. 9 Cherry street, t Residence Sewauee. I 1 B".W.HalL jan2 '54 tf. NOTICE. - - - T HAVE this day associated with me in business myn X sons, L. It. a J. U. r KK.Cil. The business or tne firm will hereafter be conducted in.the style and under the firm of H. a FRENCH A SONS. july2'.H-tf . H. S. FRENCH. ADAMS A FROST, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEECHANT3. Adger's North "Wharf,. CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, OFFER their services to the Planters and Merchants of Tennessee for the sale or Cotton, Tobacco, Cora,-Bacon and other produce, and beg leave. to reterto the follow ing gentlemen of Nashville : tt.... " - V. K. Smvksos, I Jotnrsox A Waavia. RAliowatA Co, f J.A. McAlustir A Co., S. P. Aisos. Innel4 tf. "number of good blacksmiths can obtain situations at the Agricultural Manufacturing Company. De'- .cAbbUIbL' when a'limelVantideie. will rmnCu ' , - r:;" v. ii-"Tt.a ca. irp inepcres of tbelaetal canal. andoolv for a time ,v,I i.. f-wc, ut pmentnig: maejpnisionotiBenuio.wnnATvin il muM'iuru iably pout; forth agiip. wilft; increitsed- violence, tho natiire somet'unes'overcomrs the, evjl, while the rente dvalano beans mTtha nrAiiwl Xoi snT-rilh tba RMbnk. Dysintery Syrup; its, ingreditxitsare the n a! oral antid.s ot the compMintsiit chaoses" the nature of the Said and Cannes tbeir expobionjn a .natural .manner. Jt docs not- jeave them to. lnaame.-the-irnrfaoe of the stomach and oowei. but attacking the causa, it neutralizn them, and the drseose immediately subside. It is a great mistake Hon? It5df?h!re stopped; LriCths acrid sccre- tendenc- ,7. -J?""r a. am ii.:-T. 'T'cv: 10D? as me neaity secretions prlr?9 lhe ones, heal tli is cretions are. as will be mS re. as wiU . kTZZZZTZ and arrests iUconrse.Urns the system to net feet oniek ih.!iXJ?,iiores stomach and inclines are goarid aIaT. fnh rfeT, by the n?utralizatlonof tlSS$-gJ. body resumes its natuaral and healthful fanetions. This medicine la Warranted to eflVpt" i,.r,ii . sad has been thoroughly tesfeil in thisState. where thoua. anas of bottles are sold annually; In bottles at 50 and 25 rental Aild hr rorr n-.M: in the State. ALIX MACKENZIE. june29 tf Nashville. (JiARSRALL'S UTERINE CATUOLICON. J. P0MEBOy,M. D.. Iavaatsr andFroamter. Sii.it Gin.uint xci&mt hit hignatart and the Seal and Sig. naturrof tht Gravtriurj Cumpany. IT a well known.that Dr-Posierrty;the discoTerer of the .justly celebrated. Marshall's Uterine CatfcnlTmn ' fa m. of the Oldest and most skillful chmriAcs in thi Mtintv The medicine, as preparedly hua. has attained areputar- won larjseyona tnaz ever awarded loanv other medical pre paration, and wherever it bas been used it has hcwJkTm recommenaar save. its own beneficial effects. Rut one K.wir has retarded its .universal adostion and .-. w . . - v. Miluo;uiM KUUUK1&M11S UTlCe. I .. I. .1 1.11 . ... ' It is well known that hre out of evervsix weaenia the uus uvea, turcv. uuunrs per ovaiie country-, over 1 8 years of age, are afflicted with the com- functloD of inet.sl'mnlifiTi. We cm flciiro ti sniTt-a t Marshall' .Utetme CatboIicQir will cure. llwMTi If nn. vitjl pan is icjurea or ruptnred, -and. it baa long been our en deavor to sell the medicine at a price which will enable all to purchase it f his has ficallr become crsctickhlr l r. A we now announce; that the price of this estimable medicine. 15 reuureu io o.ts coLLAji asd rrrrr cetts (1,50) per bottle. It ia an invaluable remedv fur diraiae. or lho VCnmK and iu appendages. Urinary Organs, (as the Kidneys and. Aiiaaaer.j ana Diseases cl pr gnancv Prolapsus Cieri, or Falling of the Womb Xeucwrhcea, cvWhiles, Flour Albas all irregularities of the monthly Ot periodical turns especially painlnl Menstruation or suppression and flowine incontinence of Urine-, and sealdinn- ef ih diseased action of the Kidneys, a d Bloatum or Drocj'i- 1 n: - .1 it - i.. i . . .t .. n t-iii.i... ojmuiu i ijinpiAicL'j, caucu, are gen erally the result of this class of coinDkinta and will Hin- pw.r where they exiit, in the same ratio as the Uterine are removed Diseases of Pregnincv. uch as Acidify, Nausia, Vomiting, Indigestion and Faiutii ALSO The Gnclfenbur? Dysentery Syruii. r An infallible remedy for all bowd complaints. Ia Asia tic Cholera, and Cbolrra-Mcrbtu. it Las wonJerfiil I, 1 .. i m..j. r . . - - r . Strainin. Cramps, Ac, Ac In bottles at 50 and 25 conts. The Children's Panacea Is known to every mother who baa used it, as a most invaluable medicine tor the rcnnoval of worn, and for all diseases that children sucrr frm 12 months old (j 5 rears. Wbererer this mi-iiit-rm- nnnr 1wk nnA m. -Mother will ever, consent to bewitiivt'it, ia her family. t'oraaJe uy all Druggists in town or conntryj&om whom mj uo.uuuuneu pampiueu giving iou aooounu ol tne GratTenborg Medicines. ap2'54 ALEX. MACKENZIE. HOUSE FURNISHING LIST. The fulWng list of articles, of good quality, which are all requisite in eoinz to House Keepinir. juav be had. delivered irr anr part of the city, for thirty dollars, or any part at propor- ituuaieDncea. 1 kitchen table. i- sett kitchen tire irons, 1 market basket, 1 clothes horse, 1 barrel cover, 1 flower scoop, 1 sugar do, 1 spice do. 1 cLoppiug knift A. bowl, 1 jappanud lamp, 6 pairkniresandfjiks, 1 do carvers, 2 washing tubs; 1 zinc washboard, 2 doz cloth pins" ,. 1 clothesline. 1 clothes basket, 1 corkscrew, 1 scrubbing brush, 6 smoothing irons, 1 iron340ps. A- " 1 pepperbox, 1 ilourdreilger, Z pie plate. C muLlia rings, 1 fine wash pan , 8 enppan, 1 blocs tin coffee pot,' 1 do do do, 1 hotter bucket, 1 funnel, 1 waiter, T water biifket, cedar, 1 cocoa dipper, Ltin. clA 1 calajder, basUng spoon, 1 skimmer, 1 meat fork. 1 A CP, 1 cook's knife. 8 japanned chamber bucket, 1 scrubbing brush, 1 biscuit cutter, ' " 1 oake cutter. 1 dust pan, 1 coffee mi'B, 1 flour seire, I knife box. 1 potato masher, 1 da cleaner. 1. rolling pia, - 1 pastry bourd, I wooden spoon, rcaketumerr 1 towel roller, 1 nest spica boxes, " " 1 doormat. 1 match sala. 9 japanned candleslioks, 1 pint measure, l tea cup mop, j. egg nnip. 1 paper grate store polish. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO No. 17, Collega st, NaahviU We have also a full assortment of Coakinir Staves: Ovens. Skillets, Fry Pans, Sauce. and Stow Pans; and oth ar arti cles suitable for house-keepers, which we warrant to be of the bestquality, and will b add on. the lowest and most accomj pdating terms. maris '54 seasonable articles. WATER COOLERS, with or without filterers, of Hew York. Cincinnati and Nashville-manufacture, at very reduced prices. PKE5EKV1NU CANS, suitable tor pnttmgnp in their own juice the various fruits and vegetables of this and the ppmachin'g sea oris. , PRESERVING KETTLES, Brass, Copper and Iron, enameled with porcelain. SAUCE PANS, Iron, Tin and Copper. WASH BASINS, Copper, Zinc Iron and Thv Japanned or plain. ' BATH TUBS, of all kinds and sizes. THERMOMETERS, at all price TRENCH. ENGLISH and HOMEMADE Jelly, Milk and Gravy Strainers. EGG; CHURNS, WHIPS nndBEATERS. PATE PANS, the greatest variety ever offered In this market NUT CRACKERS, Steel and Silver Plated and Patent JULAP TUMBLERS, PORCELAIN MUDLEBS, Ac DOOR MAiU Manilla. Calcutta. llemn.Jote Grass. Ac Our stock of Door Mais being- greater than, the wants of our House Keepers, we will furnish those persons who can appreciate the best article in this line, much cheaper than they have ever before been sold in Nashvillo. HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.-We resaivo weekly irora New York additions to ourslocfccf House Keeping Goods, and propose to keep on band, at all times, a full assortment of all articles requisite for the "want3 of House Keepers. raaySQ'5t SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO. BURNET'S WATER COOLERS. WITH this elegant Article families of ordinary siza can be supplied with water as ceo! sn ics itsetf, by an outlay of Sets, per day forlce. BURNET'S FILTERING APPARATU3, forrcmoving impurities, from water, rendering it perfectly clear and wholesome. ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND TUBS. We bava a large assortment which we win sell low for cash or to punc tual customers. Also, IOE MALLETS, ICE PICS, Ac, Ac PLUNGE, SPONGE AND SHOWER BATHS. We bare all van-ties of Bath Tub', made of an extra heavy article of zinc, imported expresMv for lha purpose Also, TOILETr SETTS FOR "CHAMBERS, of the "best New York patterns. BRITTANIA WARE. "We have this day receive J Irom New York, and will sell at a small advance ou the Dunn fact nrer'a prices, the most elegant stock of .BRiTTANIA, WARE that has been ever offered iu this city, al prices .v L low as-to induce, even 1 hose in the, most moderate circum stances to combine elegance UUli comtort Brittania Candlesticks, Pitchers, Cups, Lamps, Ac, Ac, all at equally low rates. . BLOCK TIN COVERED DlSUES,-oC all sizes. Coftee Urns, Soup Tureen. Biggins, Ac, Ac, Ac. nuy8' tiNOW, MACKENZIE A. CO. GOODS FOR THE SEASON. THE CALIFORNIA SELF-HEATINO SAD IRONV-r With this admirable invention, with two cents worth; of charcoal, the ironing for a large family can be done; un der the shade of trees, or in a retired apartment, 'thus far ing great injury to the health of valuable servants, and the, heavy expense and Inconvenience of large fires. We have sold overSOO of these' Irons' iu this city, and we warrant them to give satisfaction. IRONING FURNACES AND PRESERVING FUR' v NACES. JlRASi AND ORNAMMNTAL - PRESERVING KETLLKS. FRUIT CANS.forpnttingnpfruitforwinternte 1, 2, 8 and 4 quarts. - -Js NURSE LAMPS, ETNAS, and varioiiseonfnranccs 4 beating water, or other fluids, by a spirit lamp, iu three; minutes. Many of these a very low prices. ICE-CREAM FREEZERS, Water. Coolers, BaUVTubs Hip and Sponge Baths; Night Lights; .Feather Dusters .s Dusting II rushes, agreal variety. -GOLD VARNISH, by which, looking glass and niclnre frames can be re-gilded with a common camels hair 'mcCOMBIE'S.POLISH, for varnishing furniture, ...car riages. brass and plated wares. This- ai tide is invaluable..' as with very little labor, an old piece of furniture or car riage can be made to look as good as new. Traveling Baskets of various kinds, Britannia Ware of all styles and patterns. Wire Dish, and, Plata Covers, most important tor prelecting delicate viands from flies and very cheap. Over 7oO different articles belonging to Our Housekeep ing Department, which will be sold at the lowest prices. Jy7:tf ' SNOW. MACKENZIE A-.CO. "XTTTAGONS AND PLOWS In .vanetyand quan--Y-Y-tityand'of the best quality may be had at the. Ag ricultural Manntdctory, No. 73 Market street, Nashville, Tenn. " mr27 tri-a-" FOR HIRE. A WOMAN and CllIiD-fau-cook, washer and ironer, lor the balance of the rear. Apply to. june4. WM. L. BOYD, Ja. N AS II VI ifljK .AND C fl ATTANOOCWJsWIL- , DEPARTURE OP PASSENGER .TKABfg. I kATjI.' ra'n ',aTes for ninrtsinnogt at 9, o' Aceomrnndalian Train Isavea dally for 8feeRyrili. at 5 Xeron: Tickett to- CharteiWa, S. O , ' ' 'SUs'eo " J1 "Sirincah.O.t. 13 00 T'; W;lmiBgtJO,ir.TX , 9 00 tbt Vera.'0?'' under xta Va,KoteJ.Md, at the Tictet PMnger July4tf- JrSir.- - ' XHERN EOUTE. THEtbliowing CUsamcatlon and Mtes of Transr-catior. -S Nied by the RauUZ Cuarhston and Savannah withNashvilla- ? , - FIRST CLASS. Bo3--and Stationtrr. Buota. Shoe nn1 ti ... . Liquocs and Oils. ' v -vie tarnnhinc and Srwrits Turoeutine la n'siiil'i; i. Carpeting. " China, Grass tad OU Wure, Cigars incases: biocks. Confectionerr. Cutlerv. in boxes and cue. rrV n. in boxes and bnlesv ' DrDgj,,Fruit Trtesrand Shrubbery, Furs, Card sn Seeds. Iokin? Giassos and Looking flla.t Pl! -mi risk." " . ' Ursfprv m Mna avtrf tar-3 GoAAIam Tm Va ii. BPiPClO(lb9.. . $1 so t, SKCUiYU CLASS, ? Chirip ' ' ve vuin.'!,. MVawj VSIUiij Kill M&- Fga Liquors, in barrel er pipes, Cordaae, Tobacco warlte14 0' a'd .(jurena- Pariwttx nhfor a . SPCIA1 RATES. Arilfa 5 n tZt' .not red. l!I.tclTror anilUcl eUmere,ed- 'ril '.,-MehU s?PPiZ.fom the Eastern, cities. wtU flaJ thu the cbeopesv a well as the most expedites! iVeitsrpmNesr York and Phildpniato C3effiic7 and Savannah, ranges froai 6 tol3cents-teW-foot. according to daj3 and character of vessel. Aathe Railn-ad Companies at Charkmoo aaeFfsavas. nah.Aare discontinued the Receiving rut-irwfefeis- of Merchandise, itwill bececAasarv trv .i-tr.r-. MerchtnU ot.tbose points. Shrpcers 'mat ralr noon a strict Ahmns tk. .k... rates. ' ch r aNdkhsiiv i- .NashTflle, Jnlytf -ui SPECIAL. NOTICE, l : X0 Shipments entitled to the above mtM mUraJi every package has tie. name cf the Depot ordeliveTV. aa thstoitiaU &Jk p. B-Ji. plainly markri upoa it. i- A. FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CIIAJUE! On sad after this data, the ArtieUs as ennmeraled bebr will be sent throogh to Charleston of Savannah, tsii pnets affixed to each article: " Cotton, pec 100 lbs., i toicco, nnos., per 100 lbs., .nT Pork in bbls., - 5 Bagguigand.Rope. " 1 1 nj jdrtf. aa. A. x.tUtJSAU!tt OYt- . SaptTrapcjrtuoB. FARE REDUCED! ONLY FOUR DOUaRS FROM CLVCINNATI TC BUFFALO. ?-tT Baggage cheiked to BaQVIe, Depot on lhe end ot the city, on Sixth street Cheapest and moat Dlesaant n,i in rs..:. and the Eastern cities. Passengers leaving Cincinnati by a 20 Morning fmir Ciucinnati, Hamilton and Day ton Railroad, arrive at Lake Shore at 4 o'clock, P.M and go Immediately board the tine steamer?. - ItMCE, Capt Mod; MISSISSIPPI. lWn.- and arrive in Buffalo tho nexi morning, after a" rtfrsli BiW'1 time for early trains to Niagara Falls, 3 l ursj-.iKoion, jt arriving atretic York tbraupper- Lake are laid throughout will-, heavy T rail .and in eooatiue- .. Killing macuiocry, comibrioi 'can. aaa geu- eral management, is not surpassed by any road itiew.es. It passe through the densely rxSpulatrd and hifiW'-- culti vated valleys of the Great Miami and. Mad nTr;lsa, ma ntng through the large end beautiful towns of Hamilton. aVisandusky Urbaa BeUrfontaine, Kenton, Carey. The Boats of thin Una were built expressly for comfort, safety and speed; and no efforts wilt be spared. tcCreoder comfortable those who mar patronize them. - Pare. Passengers will bear in mind that the fclfowiog ratest.oi Fare include both meals aad state rooms on Lake steamers. From Cincinnati to Buffalo......... $4 qo Jo do N. York (RiBroad from Bnffalo.) IX 00 do do via Hitrlson nver steamer. 10 50 do ...do -Boston. ..14 CO For Throue-h ti'ctrts Cincinnati. Uamilton and Daytoar Raxlrcad Office, porfrv west corner of Broad trar cef House, or to J. W". SUIPUiY. Railroad Ofe i on, n alnnt street between Fourth -nH rifthtro mi. sooth of Gibson House, or Sixth street Depot U. U. AMES, SupX jnlylS tanglS W: JlLATHAJAgenS. PITTSBURG. PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE and 'NEWVORIC RAILROAD. a FARE REDUCED!' 25?" New roufa opened to New York all thA V- Railroad, via CincinnaU, Hamilton and Day ton. Railroad. The auickest cheeriest end mrl nIMi,ni nu.i.' ,x i.-i. burg, Philadelphia, BaUimore, and New York. Denca ao. the west end of the city. uniy rouie via riiss&arg- and Philadelphia ir which, through tickets can be obtained from Cinciaitf taNe Ydrt. One" less' change' ot cars than any other route Passenirets leavlnir Cincinhatl nn r nVlr-v- Mn. Train of Cincinnati, Hamilton and: Dayton JRailroad ru through lo Cnstline withcaf change oEeAre,andisfterthir- ,if.4uu,uM mu uuiuer, proceed ai uniu ana reansylvanta Railroad arriving- at Ilttseurg atl o'clock, P. UI Leaie PrtUburg via Penasjlxania Central Railroad, at? o'clock P.M. and arrir in Baltimore and Philadelphia at lS'o' clodc and 30 minutes (coon) next day, and from thence . u3iugiuu uiu jcrKjr cr vamaen and Amboy Hailroads; arriving in New York at 4 P. M. Second Train Leaves Ciocinaali, Hamilton and'Pattor Railroad at S o'clock and 20 lainutes every mcrtanc ar riving at Crestline at 420 P. M., and Pittsbiyg 12 o'clock and SO minutes, midnight; and after a cotal&xtajble night' rest, resume by 7 o'clock A. M. Train, arriving in, Philadel phia and Baltimore at 12 o'clock and SO minutes. midnight The only offices la CincinnaU byvhich ThroogbrTiciets. can be purchased from Cincinnati In , YnrV ri. VTiW berg and Philadelphia; It wider the Spencer House, and, one door below the Glbsoa House, oa AN alnnt street. FARE. Fare from Cincinnati fo PitUburg, ...17 09 Front Car, ."".; 5 oy Pare from Cincinnati to Philadelphia, "" 11 o do dVi Baltimore, ,.... .14 00 do do NewYorlc.viaptsburgand Philadelphia all the. way bj Railroad,..-... as 00 rT For Through Tickets and. information, please ajplf at Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad OSce, north west cornerof Broadway and Front street, undex the Spen cer House, or to J. V. SHIPLEY, at Railroad OlSce, sa Walnut Street, between" Fourth. and Fifth streets, ondoor sonui oi ins uioson xtouse. or at tna Sixth, street Depot. II. O. AMES. Superintendent. jutyl3-tf W.A. LATHAM. Agant, TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH. United States Mail JLiiie Through in 48 to. SO Hours. XSW YORK AND CHARLESTON SEMI WEEKLY STEAJC SHIP LIXK LEAVES Adger's Wharves, every Wednes day and Saturday after the arrival a" the. cars from Jhe South and "West ON "SATURDAY. Nashville, 1500 fans, M. Berry Commander. -Marlon, l,200ton, V. Foster, Ccmmander. on w;ednesday. Jan.; Adger,l,VKtons, T. E.Turar; Commaoder. Southerner, T.OOd tons, Thw. Riraa, Commander. These steamers are ucrivalkd. on the coast fcr safety, speed and comfort, experienced and courteous Comman ders, and tables supplied with avery luxtry. Tiarellera by this line willbeiaMiKdavsiy poxsibleicafflrbrtaad ac commodation. . . For freight or jaasage, having elegant Stale Room A Mtxunodatious, apply at tlecflie ot the Agent tj Cabin passagev.. ..-.... ...... .t 23. jSttwage.pasauge, UtV" JtlROfjX. fc.'C,'- Corner East Bay and Adger's Whartss. sfgaouJuneU. IMi.-ttV NASHVILLE, LEBANON AND SPARTU MAIL STAGE.. FOUR HORSE COACHES: M. A. PRICE, Conttatlor. FOR LEBANON. Leaves NaahviUe dai- raFe ly, excr pt Sundays, at 2 o'clock, P. M. WnrT Arrive at Lebanon at 1 o'clock, P.M. FOR SPARTA. Leaves Nashville Mondays, Wedaea days and -Fridays at 2 o'clock, E. JL Arriving at Sparta at 10 o'clock, A. M, next day. STAGE OFFICES. MITCHELL'S HOTEL Sparta, DRAKE'S- nOTEL Lebanon. NASHVILLE INN-'ashtilte. Lebanon, July 1, 1854. . jySlm J g CARTER, THOMAS df HOUGH'S - ' .TJ5ITED STATES XAIi. io.vz . JS SPLENDID FOUK HORSE COACHES, FOR JACKSON AND MEMPHIS, " VIA COLUMBIA,. LEXINGTON AND WAYNESBORO. Oae HuHdrcd miles Tnrupikc and thabalaBce V a beaut if al High RIdg7 Road. LEAVES Nashville Mondays, Wednesdays aad Fri days at 8 o'ckfcjr, P. M. Apply at Ge-i eral Staga Office. jeSO-tt G. H, SLAUGHTER, Agent.