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ExpreJH Mail Train Jmie daily for Chatts-ilV'S tT tb3 Verandah Hotel, nd t the "J5jlWff, y? 'i tf. Supt. Transportation. SOtjTHERN ROUTE. THE following Class' tfcatton and rates of Transportation hare been establishid by the Roads connecting ilhorlcttoa and Savannah" with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books nd Stationery, Knots, Shoes and flats, Bollled Liquors and Oils. lauipbinennd Spirits Turpentine, in disks and barrel.", f "ohinalGUs3 and OUir Ware, Cigars in cases. Clocks, ranttctlonerr. Cutlery, in boxes and eases lrj Goods, '''nmrtFrnHTrws and Shrubbery, Furs Oarden Seeds. l.kinj Glasses a,,d Looking Glass Plates, "at owner ' Ofsttor, in cani and jars,?addlerj, Tin YTare.Teas wd 1 SEPOMI CLASS. Usrrta-are, "except t'ntierr," Heavy CiMinrs and Ma- C"For"n Liquors, in hstreNor lpes, Cordage, Tobacco, hi mires Carnage Siriiu' and Ailes, leather, in rolls id bnics. Oils, .c buncN orcaNki, Crockery nnd Queens n2,rnTrflc3rrrdcI. lUccZinc, Whiting, Plwterof i'uisic. lwrlVtt. ' 1 00 SVKOIAU RATES. ISniss, Furniture 1'iami Forttn, Carriages, "boxed," and i , -r Ii;lit arfvclr, not etiuuierateJ. Alo, Carboys of .cd'.!l t-ken t ti'l..l weight, but charged double, . t rtes wr Km It-.s 2 40 Ml articleSJtiot rhii wileil, tola charged at raus of a algu articles. JnicbaDls Kuippia .'mm the Eastern cities will find i . lb cheapest, -a tvtiltlie most expeditious nmte. l-'rvighta fronjA'aW itkand I'hiladelpdia to Charleston i -4 Savannah, n.ngt"-trmu 6 to 1 cents per cable foot, .'...ceding n clask'itml oSuracter of vessels. i tlie Udilr.'-ad Cmi nuiei at Churle.ion and Savan n u bare disooutiuiira tr. Cecririug and Forirardinjr ot ..lertliVndlse, it wiM I r.wavary to assign to Commission Mrchnts at tha pemu. Sniopprs' mav relv nsx.n n strict ndherenre to the.abore r, .M- . " !t. 1. ANl)KlC0.,Snper't, Sashrllle, Julr -it N-K- . sii:r 1AI, NOTICE. to shlpnwnti eiiTjrle.1 1.. ihe abore rates unless each and f 7irpickcge tus tl.e or the Depot ofdelirery, and ihiaituJ4'. & " H It jJainly marked upon it. 11 la A VTtElGUT o:i I'ltODl.TK TO OIIAKI.ES TON (VM SAVANNAH. t i and after this j.Ve, the Article as enumerated below, . .11 b ent through to CharleMon or Savannah, at the '..ir?3 affixed to ochartiH. Cotton, per lHOlb, SOc. lobrco.hhtls., per I1V1 Ibi SCc f.-Hkinbbls., tl f0 11. I. ANDERSON, Sup't ioy tf Supt. Transportation. BW'tlv-dlrf tJJy-q Cfe. rpo 1lCcK.LO, MAGAKA FA IAS, JlOfeTON, and i NHrt.iUltK. ia.CiDc.nuati, lUuiillon, and Uayton .aid MitdfTd" aud Lake f'rie KiiilroiN. FARE REOUCEll! tLV VQUR II0M.MU Hum CINCINNATI TO MUFFALO. Jf Bapsapa chekd to Bufl'iK 1 rpot on tlie J nil it ilic city, on Siith street t'hoipost and most plessani iiitc bcticeu Cincinnati ardtho Kasiem cit f I'awengers leaviiij; (Jmcnnimli hv - 0 Jlorning Train of Cincinnati; HniRrituii and DaMjjii llaiiroad, arrive at the Ijtre shore at 4 o'rlocv, I'.'JI., ud Z" lnuncdiatcly on board the fine Mesim 'S ST IAWItbiX'U Cspt. Mead; MlSSIiSSU'l'l Cnpt. Uaziard; and arrive in Utitfatki rte next uiomius, alter a icfrishinp uight'stieep, inliuie fin esriv linim to Magara Falls, Hew i.rk. Boston, Ac niviugBtNct ikfui supper. The reads conpiwii; tins routr trotu Cincinnati to the IjakeareUirtthiou;tM'ui -Mililic.it Y ijil.Hudinconbtmc tioi of track, tollii'j nmcLiHery, i'iuloit of cars, and sen etui Dianageineut, i : "l 'niims'scd liv auy i uad in the we ltp.ies lUrouh u. - tlcuM-lv i''ti)nicl and highly culti vntod valleys l ti. l.rl Miami rt'ul Jlni rivers; also, run iimff through tl lai-- a-ni IkmimU'iI tonus if Hamilton, lytou, SuMgti.4it, I'iImo, rWlcJuiiiKinc, Kenton, Catcy, apA&induki. Thelinateol thi Hue vetc built cxiucsaly fur comfort, j-afety and speed ; ud no cfli-rla mil he epucd to render cOQUiithlu tVr-- h Ihj iuiv patitm: llicm. 1-ahi;. yTASgeiiro i'l lfrin mind tlis the following rstsi.cf Fate jutluilc b'Xh meals noil itatc toons on Lake tcimers. From Ciacinnaii 14. Ui.rTxlo. If 00 do .! N Yr i Kdiliiwd Irum Buffalo,) 11 IK) do. o imwaMudviu incr steamers, 10 00 do, ' ii. l;(vstou M 00 Per Through titi-eU and inlonnatiun, plcate apply at Cinoinnatu Uamiiion uadla)ion l!u ilroad Office, north west corner ot iiroidwavand Front sticet, under the Spen csr House, or :o J '. rillU'LE, Railroad Oflke, on AVelnut street, between Fourth and Filth stn-els. on door oath of Gibm II ,iic. ,r Sixth ttreet lep(.t 11. O. All US, Sup't. jalyl8 Uu; i W. A. LATHAM, Agent. PITTdBUR'i, I'lllLADKLl'Hl V. iiALTlllOKK and NKW "VOitli RAILROAD. i'ARE REDITEn! Sew mute opened to Xe.v ork nil the way by Railroad, vu Cinrmna i, II imilton and D ivlon Railroad. Tho quietest, cUeippi andmoM pleaant route to l'llts burg, Hiiladeul.ii, H.t.more, and New York. Depot in the westeodof the cilj. Only route via I'linburj and 1'hiladelphia by which through tickets cau be otiuincd from Cincinnati' to New York. One lri chango of cars than any other route Passengers tearing Cincinnati on 8 o'clock Morning Train of Cincinnati, Hamilton and Davtoa Railroad go through to Cnstline wiihnut change of cars, and, nfler thir ty minutes tor dinner, pniceed by Ouio and Pennsylvania Railroad arriving ui Pittsburg at s o'clock, P. M. " Leave Pittsburg via Penmyitania Central Railroad, at'j o'clock, P.M. and arri e in Baltimore aud PhiUdelphu at 12 o' clock ami .so minutes (noon; next dy, and from thence, via Kenxinjtoo and .lra- Citv, or Oamden and Amboy Raibvad... arm uiir in New Yoik at 4 P. Jl. Second Truiu leaves Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad ai j o'cloct and 20 iiunutcs every morning; ar riving at Crc-tlme ot 4 an P. M., and Pittsburg la o'clock iind to niinulcs, midnight; rjid afier a comfortable night's rest, resume by 7 o'cloct A. M. 1 nan, arriving in Philadel phia and Baltimore at 12 o'clock and 0u minutes, midnight. The only ottlces in Cincinnati by which Through Tickets can be purchased from Cincinnati" to New York, via Pitts burg aud Plii tadelphia, is under the Sjucer Houe, and one dour belou the Gisun llau.M?, on v aluut strtet, FARE. Faro from Oiucinnati to Pittsburg, ?7 00 Float Car, f 00 Pare from Cincinnati to Philadelphia, 14 00 do do Baltimore, 14 00 do do New Y ork, via Pittsburg and Philadelphia all the wav by Railroad, 16 00 t&7 For Through Tickets and information, please apply at Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Ollice, nonh Tcit corner of Broidway and Front street, under the Spen cer Ucusb, or to .1. W. SRIPLKi, at Railroad Ollice, on Vi'alnut Street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, one door south cf the Gibson Hoii or attheSiMh street Depot, H. O. AMK, Superintendent. julyl8-tf AVA LATHAM, Agsnt. TO TRAVELLERS (JOIN; NORTJU " United Elates Mail Line Tlimugli in -18 to 50 Hours. ire IT YORK AXD fllAllLESTUX XEifl WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LI.YE 1. LAVES Adger's Wharves every Wednes day and Saturday after the arrival of the inSj care from the South and Wet. ON SATURDAY. ixntiiiviiic, liiuutons. ji. uerry uommaader. tlarion, 1,00 tons, W. Foster," Coiumaiidor. ON WLDNFI)AV. Jns. Adgcr, 1,51X1 tons, T. L litrurr, Comamuder. Soutbcrucr, 1,000 toms, Thus. Lnan, Commander. These steamers are unrivalled on the ctw-t lor safety, speed andcoinfort, experienced and courteous Coinman lers.and tables supplied with evciy luxury. Travellers tiy this line' will be insured every possible comfort and ac commodation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Ac--oojmodaUons, apply at the ollice of Iho Agent. Cabin passage, ". Steerage passage, s. Ul.-vtil Ml&SKOOM, Coiner KastBHvend Adgct'a Wharves. Charleston, Juno 14, IS"!. .(, NASHVILLE, LEU ANON ANTrSPABTA MAIL STAfJi;. font horse coaches. H. ... riillj:. roiitrartnr. T.""U(i LtatAVIlV 1 . X ly. except hiindav. t ,i,..i i J-5r, Arnves at Letukuon 't 1-.I.I, .-11 t T. . , "clock, l'. M. OI 4IU A. I cult". N, days and Friday, at a oVio,.w AnivlBgatSiru . 10 ..-..'uv, .. j .TA;,: "'rici:s. -unilo .Mondays. Wrdnes- nrxt day. M1TCI1EI.I HIITL't NASUVILLL ISN T&iT Lebawu, July 1. lc.M. ' " Ur,,U" i ,f :iB 11 1. TOK sai.T;.- rpHE undersigned oficra tor salc. ,,.. JL terws, the large and finely fiu.shcd Lrf im thai comer of ino and Oeiuuniln-u... u Tl IU fronts 115 teoton Dc.iiuuibr.ue, and hs a deith r H5 feM along Vine, ia ornamented ill, cvergreeiis anH has on' it n never-failing well of pun and excellent water The hausj ;s in perfect order, newly painted, aud contaimi 11 ro-.tns large, conveniently arrangwl, nd well venti lated. There are, besidesthe necessary outbuildings such hs kitchen, servant' rooui, bath room, swcLe-houne, car-nspe.bou.-e, stables, Ac. Tliis property is trmyt 'from ar for nearly 50 years, to either State," county, or coroo ratioo. ApplicaUoo as to terms, Ac, may be inade 10 Dr. W. T. Jests, or U John H- Cuirey either of whom will jhow the premises to those wishinglo puicruse. RICHARD O. CURREY p. 8 If not sold by fbe l.t of October, the above pro p!rty will be lor rent auj 8 If 0 B. 0. C. X VSUVILLE AM) CHATTANOOGA K ROAD. DEPARTURE- 01 PASSENGER. TRAINS.1 ClOCCA.a. - .... J,!,- Thesi disease, especially imbiwcnt -- .ni--- a a tj , H i I Afcoomni6datton;Tiim1tHfC3 daily for MiclbyfiHc r.tro aa:eii"efmi fia'np-. "''" u.Wv 14 V? i'lilw l 13'' rjv X kJ i o'clock J!.'M.-S , uiiLuud which by .their Iw't K''H,-n'i'"!fS0-I:S.2 JS .b.-wrrt- r 'w i-!MI.I.UAlBIXVW.JI!fi L dl.'cmo'f m V, Vrl..riMt1 ttif!'iu-itlHiii.!it ril PUBMH1 and where 'they e Bits tiiciiur! wmi "" i'-hh'i t inrariHl.lv iiir foiiliHCU'fl, !'' U.S'!?" J-K-011- ul v1!'flji,iiJ .1 ,piwti.rvi,i!ijJB; "rw t .. Not o with h.k vractUilTK , dr alone bears niT ihe pi 1" .'.a ..Mllll Dvsinterv of llm com cauMathei leave ttiein . . . - . ih ti:s. it neutralize' tlxem. the Dint a i. ita-Hii.iiii:Tr -stotr"d. iions are left 'in the Rystonv Ihera-rdnaVSif iLsts 6 k tendency In dUeae; a, lor,? an the bealtv M.-Jelioa J are aulhcieut to overcome ttt" rrujrhid onw health iw. nreserrpd: nnd when the contrary is Gt2ta,. tbnij ! it?riniimvtfu isc- remedies most ntarlf ussimilating tn-the bfAttliy ce- i cretions ate. as will -! evideul to evprr ooe, thcraost i. natural and beiielici.l. The orat;on.tMsr4vrnn Mean to be threefold: It immediately roaches ibeswifbT disease, and arrets its course it inmntly wmthes'p.'rln, ir.d rt-jtorefi .i the system to penVct quiet; lllo inUimwi surfaoe cf the- V stomach and intetinearegdnrdd aTttinst fnrtherviolenw by the neutralization of thir acrid contents,- and ttmais.? ' bodv resumestts natuarnland bealthfnl functions. This mMicinp iR warranted to eJi.-t a comr'('f"- e ' and lias beeu thoroughly tested in :UiaStai whero. liions- .no nrkilllaaopnu.Mnnnil,1!tr - - 1 in bottles kt.'Rn.l& cents. Sold br wit iirJiggw-, in the State. AIJX M AtJl. l-.v-ttls- Inne9ltf -Aalm! a'e7 ' j - ROODS FOR THE SEASON. - -1 1 f-triip nst lVilltfA SPI.F-HEATING- 8AI) IROK. t JL With this admirable inventitn Tvith Itto cams rrnrth of charcoal, the ironing for a large fitaily cari be dona wi der the shade of trees, or in e retired apartment, thuisav-, ing great Injury to thehetlth of vs.iuable.servantsfand the heavy expense and inconvenience cf largs tires. We bave i-oid over 300 of these Irons in this city, tsd. ive -arrant them to give satisfaction. IRONING FURNACES AND PRESERv UlQ-tER- JfACES, BRASS AND ORNAMMJiTAL, K t -PRESERVING KETLLE3. FRDIT CANS, lor pottingup Iruit for winter use 1, 2,. 8 and 4 quarts. . ' NURSK JjAHP3. ETNAS. andTsrionscontrivarees for heating water, or other finids, by a spirit lamp, in three minutes. Many of these a very low prices. . ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Water Coolers, Bath Tubs, Hip and Sponge Baths, Night Lights, Fciihcr Dusters, Dusting Brashes, n great vnnetv. GOLD VARNISH, by whicfi looking glxts tad picture frames can be re-gilded with a common camels hdr pencil. McCOMBIE'S POLISn, for varniahia furniture, car riagt-s, brass and plated wares. ThU at tide is invaluflbla, as with very little labor, an old piece of furniture or car riage can be made to look as good as new. Traveling Biskets of various kinds, Britannia Ware of all styles and patterns, Wire Dish nnd Plato Covers, most important for protecting delicale "itands from flies end very cheap. Over 7o0 different articles belonging to our Housekeep ing Department, which will be sold at the lowest price''. jy7:tf SNOW, MACKENZIE CO. GREAT REDUCTION IN FREIGHT BETWEEN NASHVILLE AKD CHARLESTON, a. C EASTEItX' OOODS TROlt CITAKI.ESTON TO KAfillVUt.r- ARTICLES FIRST CLASS. BOOKS and Stationary, Roots, Shopa and Hat Bottles, Liquors, Oils, Campliine, and Spirits Tarpentine In casks and barrels, Carpeting, China nnd Glass Ware, Ci"ars, Clocks, Confectionary. Cutlery In boxes end casai, Dry Goods in boxes and bales) Drug, Fruit treesand Shrub bery, Furs, Garden Seeds, Gloss, and Looking Glass, Plates "at owners risk, Oysters in cans and tars, iwd dlery, Tin Ware, Teas and Spices, per 100 lb . ?1 lu. SECOND CLASH. Hardware, except Cutlery, Heavy Casting end Machine ry, Foieign Liquors in banels or pipes. Cordage, Tobacco in boxes. Carnage Springs and A xlef, Lcatlier in rolls or boxes. Oil In banelsorcask.s.Queensivnreincratesorc.tsks, Rice. Zinc, Whiting. Plaster Paris. Ac, per 100 lb.rpc. SPECIAL RATES. Boxes, Furniture, Pianos, Csrriage Boxes, and other light articles not enumerated, alio Carboys. il acida wpl ba ta ken at actual weight but charged dor.bla Irf class of rates, say per 100 lb. i 20. PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON. Cotlon and Iaf Tobacco in Hhda EOc Corn per buhel - Pork in barrels per 1001b 1 0O Bagging and Rop do do 1 00 Any articlenot enumerated to be charged at tho rate of analagous articles. GEO. Y ONGE , (len'l Snpcr't. Geoigic Railroad, Augusta, Oa , V.1. H. SlOCkTON, Genl Super'! South Carolina Railroad, Chcrlcst.-n. augl 8m. A CARD. HAYING secured the agency lor Ilia fsle of FISK ML TALLIC BURIAL CASES in Middlo Tennessee, we deem it necessary to inform the public of the many advan tages possessed b.v this Case over airy that have ever been otteied to os for sale. There ate some who honestly think that the Air-Exhausted Crfiln is superior to the 'Metallic Case wo ne; aud others, from interested motives, are constantly ondcavor ing to build up a reputation for the tvjr.e, by comparisons wholly at variance with science and experience. As a proof of our assertions, we give thecpiuion of J. R. Cmi-, tok, M. D , one of tho most celebrated Chemists of the ngo, and a gentleman well known to every well informed physi cian t.f this and every country wberecirilixation exiit. He says : ExH4L-sTt.o Air Peoiiotks PEfonposmoi. Any tt tempt to exhaust the air from a n ceiver of the body of a deceased person, would promote rather than retard decost- i position. . I 1. Under such an experiment, the expansion of the nir j within the tissues, would cause more or less frr.ct;ue and . producean ctfect similar to a bruise 2. The temperature of the atmosphere v. mild liave a jjrwt. , er irtluenre in projiortion to ih. remoynl of atmospheric pressure. - t The pre.-enr? ol atmosphricair is not eswntial to .de- , cornposiiion, whereany degree ot put n-f action nlresdy ex- , ists, as the last change ill comiuuuicatc to other parts, causing iheir elementary constituents oi)geii. bvdrcgen, ( nitrrcm, and carbon) to "k-parale, and reunite with a simi lar effect to that produced by th. presence of atmospheric air. Thus, under a enstant exhewtation, the effect of ao j elevated temperature upon the moisture of the body would bemoro potrfnl,4ind, couseiuently, dtfempoiiition more j rapid. i .1 AMES R. CI1II TON, M. D., Chembt. t With Ihcjie fict emanating from an authority so rfutia- J guished, tojrether with certilictes from the mostsble aud learned meu of the counlrj in regard t the lulvaiiiaxes of j ' Fi'k's Hi rial Casei" beli.re us, it ia nit vurpnolng that we should give our pre-terence to the article we use over every other, all ol which have been tendered us for sJe, 1 but invariably have we refused to use th m I CORNELIUS D0R1IM. ! ago.' nm. isti M'Comb3, Cornelm A v.'o. , IJNIVEItSITY OI'lt'ASHVILLE" ! THIS Institution was founded by theState of Nith Car- lint in 1765 as Davidson Academy. It became Cum f berland Colleje inlSOB, and University cf Na'hvilie m i 182. ! The LitPrnry Department ! Will be re-opened under a new Organize! inn, end with new Buildings, on the first Wednesday cf October next I REV. EDWARD WADSWORTH, DD; Prof of Ethics and i Belles Lettres, and Chairman of the lacdtv. . REV J W McCULLOUGH, D D, Prof ot iVncisnt Lm- J guaes. , I ALEXANDER P. STEWART, A M, Prof of Mr.tbstnatics and Saturat Philosophy. REV J 11 LlNDSLEY, M D, Prof r.f Chaxlstry acd the natural Sciences. E P ZEVALLOS, Prof of Modern ljingasges. Taition t;.1pernnuum Matriculation lee 5. The Law Department. Will also be opened on the firt Monday of October next FRANCIS B FOGG, Esq, i WILLIAM F COOPER, Esq.. V Prf.fesws. , Esq. I Fees for lectures $100 per annum. I tie .ileatral uepniluieitt, Closed its lirsi Session with 121 Student and 3E Graduates' ,1- rwi-oim niiu i.i-j ouiuemi una ri, itrr.uuaies, asu Its 1 third .villi 20 Students and 71 Graduate!, The Fourth Annual Course 01' LErtures will comtnenre on Monday the -fith of October i.exi, and continue till lite I tirstot theensiunz -March. ROBERT M. PORTER, M D, Prof ol Oeneial r.nd Spe cial Anatomy. - J. BERRfEN LlNDSLEY", M D, Chemistry and Pharm acy and Dean of'the Faculty. C. K. WINSTON, M D,' Materia Medic3 and Medical Jurisprudence. All. BUCHANAN, M I, Surgical and Pathological Anatomy. THOMAS R. JENNINGS, M. D., Institutes cf Medicine and Clinical Medicine. - - W. K. BOWLING, M. D., Theory and Practice of Medi cine. JOHN M. WATSON, M.D.,Obsttric3 and tho Diseases of Women aud Children. PAUL F. EVJ-, M. D.. Principles and Practice of SiirrMT. WM. T.HRIGOS, M.I), Demonstrator of Anntnrayr The Anatomical rooms will ho nr.pnpH fnr Ktnitnta nn the firt .Monday of October. A full PaELiiiiNARV cortsF of lectures. fre to nil Stu dents, will be given by the Professors, commencing on the first Monday of Ortobor. A Cliniqiic has been established, in connection with the University; at which operations are performed and cases prescribed for and lectured cpon in presenco of the Class. Amount of Fees for lectures in this Department is f!05. Matriculating Fee, (paid once only, 1 5; Practical Ana tomy, $10; Graduating Fee 25. Good Board can lie obtained for $3 00 per week. 1 The Annual Announcement giving a foil nreount of the I several Departments 01 me I'nirersity mav be nad by ap plying lo A. ." S. LlND.iEEY , marlo '54 ldmweowocfl Sec'v Board Trustees. LOOK HERE. A GREAT bargam will be given in a Erick Houce nnd Lot ia Hynes' addition to Nashville, ct the corner of i Hynes and Knowles streets. Thp honw contains two rooms, ) a porch Ac, and the lot fronts 40 feet by If 2: also, ltu leei vacant ground Eojoining. it not previously sold will be sold at auction at the Court House on Saturaar the tth of August Apply to W. T. Williams on tic premises cr t0. , ' JOHN A R. W. BROWN, i'i''2' No. d Cherry st B . NOTICE. rTi,"f ,.f Ba0rl4,'rf Sale o me directed from the Mpr i"LCo.lrt?f Davidson county, in tavcr cf. brown lor cash, t rtT; vJ:ti P,roceei1 ,0 Ee 'be highest bidder : Tuesday. t kZJlm,'!- !n ,lle "r of Nashville, on' ... . -"'"oenand rirtr ir.i.i.v.. - " "-c -iyou W. Li. Brown, and which dT' ed by,be wiU o1 from his father A. W and?? ' Wm h- "n, by said Brown as his S noir occupied MtMtedwDaTidyencoanty.Teweie PPerty is jnlyl9-td E. B. B1GLET, Sner.ff D C I r expulsion in- -y t In inflsnie me 6iuim.r.,.-.M.!..,i . mat William L lim i. s- " ""rigni.ime and interest and Dwelling ll"! ,n roa certain Tract of Lund Lin.rn v.. .e aod otber bu.Mi.,.,-v.u 1 id. , ,n 4 f i-f " I'K" t-J-v . , a lerr doKD !-l.l',t)..- V er suj.enoic article of Una P11IR7S, vfitli iFra.cli anff luni-l9Kn Collars, Kinietbii'g eutirclyh Market btreA .. --',' is.v.Auuaus. .H.STONElJvSS; Tlio innrbst and finest assortment tbnt hits r ver been' offered to this community, is Jiaw displayed Jor the select ion ofpurchusers at -C. AKDEESQN & m3$, K0. 45 HAtKST ST3EET, NSAR TEE SQUARE. THE subscribers, so distinguished for keeping the largest end best assortment of fashionable and well-made CLOTHING, ere determined to sustain their reputation by ?sliin;r;oods at fairpricas. : HATS. A lare assortment of Silk, Beaver, Panama, Black and Tea Colored Leghorns, Campeachy and Rutland Straw Hats for lien and Boys. -i We ask a continuance of the patronage which has al ways beenso generously extended to us. Our goods are freely shown, and warranted as represented. may2.'. 1m R. C ANDERSON A CO. i FURNISHING GOODS. LINEN SHIRTS. T)EADY-MADE Linen and Muslin Shirts, with and with t out collars, fine and broad plaits. 'Colored Linen and Gingham Shirts. COLLARS, Byron, Pointed, Bishop, Whisker, andotherstyles. : GLOVES. Kid, Silk, Thread, Berlin. Beaver, Dog Skin, Ac CRAVATS. St-.ck8,TIe3, Loops, great variety of pattern'. HANDKERCHIEFS. 14nenand Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs, hem'd for use. SUSPENDERS. Silk and Cotton Webb, very elastic. UNDERWEAR. Siik, Merino. Lisle Thread -uttd Brown Cotton Shirts, Rummer and Gauze, assorted sizes and Qualities. Silk, Linen, Drill and Lisle-thread Drawers, assorted; S'"W" HALF HOSE. Sjlk Morino, Yigonio, Lisle-thread and Cotton, Plain, Fancy and Striped, new siyles. PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES. Lubins Odors; Soap: OHf; Hair Wash; Hair Dyepllair Cloth; Nail, Hat and Tooth Brushes; Razors and Pocket Knives: Soissors, Twesiers Shell, Buffalo, vorv, lluljuer. Fine Dressing and Pocket Combs; Pocket Books, Port Monies; Studs; Pearl and Stone Button?; W:ix Matches; Boxes, Ac. Trnnks, Valices. Caqiet Bags and Satchels; Canes, Umbrellas, Ac. MYERSAMcGILL, Ladies' and Gentlemen s Furnishingstore, corner of Square and Ci.'Vge street. own fjune'is DRESS GOODS. No . 9 Union Street. "T arar.ow offering a new and beautiful assortment V of DrsssGoods. unsurpassed in the market, consist- inr of Plain . Black. Plaid. Strlned and Brocade Silks. Chal- levs in Dledn colors. Plaid and Printed Berraees. Printed Jaoonol Mnslin and Lawns together with a geueral assort ment of Staple Goods, Hosiery, Parasols, Twist ed Silk Jliii3,o,c (apzoj iiiuiuiiu.i v jctiiixxrkj, MANTILLAS AND EJIRROIDERIES. A beautiful assortment of Mantilla?, Ciajve Shawls and hmaroiaeries, wmcli we are Ouenng verv cueap tor casn ar,r? THURSTON & BERNARD, O. P STTVES3. JO. T. O1BS0 STEVENS A GIRSON. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS Fonrarding and Commission Jllei chants, - No. 3 Collfoe Street., AWitiTc, Tennessee. Q.MOKED SA0I3ION,- -12S lbs. just received. STEVENS A GIBSON. O my7 O MOKED HALIRUT. 20 lb, received and for O sale by mv7 j STEVENS A GIBSON. RUSH CANS. LORSTERS AND SAL3ION IN 10 doren Cans, very fine. "STEVENS A GIBSON. mi . s 1 Pt lt.ll CANDLES. 20 boxes New Bedford Sperm CHudles niy7 STEVENS UllxsjU. THILADELPJI1A SYRUP. 5 bbls. tine for fimilv use superior to St I-oais Svrup. my aim x iiiiisv. IMPORTATIOKS OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. JOHN K. HUME, NO IT COLLEGE STREET. J C.il received a beautiful lot ot Il.VRAGESi PLAID SILK. GRENADINES, AND TISSUES, Bought at extremely low prices and which will be sold at the cheapest tigures. PRINTED AND E.HllROIDEREI) MUSLINS, 1 fllCH have bsen selected with the greatest care, and t will be sold at astonishing cheap prices. 3IOURNING GOODS. BLACK end White Muslins, Lawns, Black Tissues, Black Borages (plain, figured, and nlaid). Black Chal lies. Black Mourning Crape, Black Silklor .Mourning. IRISH LINENS. "JKW Importation of Irish Linen. Also, Pillow Case JLi Linens, LmeuShectiugs. Also, Royal Turkish Towels, Damask Towt 1 Einena, Crash Russian Diaper, Ac., Ac. MBKOIDURIES, " LACE GOODS, MANTILLAS, HOSIERY, AC. Ribbons and Trimmings in great variety. rr.yl3 JOHN K. HUME. B. L. CHSMHAW, A. C FAKIS SOMETHING NEW. VVTE hhving completed our ,-hop, and put up all our V mfJChinea. are ICUdv to do all In'lirU nf Computers' ' work on tha staortmt nutice. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, :ililJlil .DINOSot all sizes BANISTERS, WINDOW and ICtJUIL-U ll i..'i. IIII.-T70. 1. DOOR FRAMES r.l all i7fS. rnmr.lete.1. HOVER nfoll kindaon hrnii at all i,m- CIRCf.'il.AI' Wtlflk" nf an- kind done. LUMBfcR of all kinds dressed or sawed to any f ize, from one quartei ot an inch to thirty inches square. Persons wanting ay ituug in our line, wou.d do well to give us a call beloro purciiasing elsewhere, as we are deter mined to do all of our W01K wall, and give perfect satisfac tion, and as cheap as .i can be done. All work delivered to any houso in town Witcnut cost Shop on Broad street, westofthe.Vashviiieat.d Chattauooga Railroad, where we will ba found at all times ready to wait on any person that wants work. CRENSHAW A FARIS. ! janifi ly. Coma ono Coaie nil ! This Eock shall Ay Frcti its Arm basa as socn as I '. ! ! FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR lfif.S-d. "pHE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of X Nashvilla and surrounding country tlmt he bus nowon I rnnJ anil pnrtDinnn .IJ.linni. .I.t'U - I . . ' ; FASHIONABLE READY I and Winter wear. u.ti4 i.wuk .mmiiuu.i via 11 , a jaie bioQK or uents MADE CLOTHING, for Fall i Among which May be fouud: Fine Black and Blue Cloth Clonks, Spanish do. Opera and Congress Coats, Double do Blacky Blue, Brown and Olive. Over Coats, Sack. Paletots' j Box, iTock and Dress Coats, Business do, and other styles I nnd colors toonumerous to mention. j Pants nnd Vests of erer style nnd color, to suit the most Cistiduotts. Lik-ewiv. a general assortment of CHILDREN'S' CLOTHING. Fine Shirts, Under-Shirfs, Drawers Suspen ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs Stocks Hats, Caps, Trunks Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac. Cc.untry Jlercbants, in particular, are requested to call and examine rxv stock before purchasingelsewhere Mi'tlS ' . L. POWERS, No S4, Market St, opposife Union Street. N. B. Not to be sold or undersold bv any man or com bniation of men. ' L. p RACK TO FIRST IMtlNCIPLES.' r. IIYROXEJLCUS- HAdjujtopenod a Tailor Establishment on Dead encK streat nearly oppasife the Union and American office, where he hones, by close tiin;nn to business, he will receive a share of thai MW.I Trrr ege which be formerly received. ' ZST Cutting end repairing done in the best manner, aad on the.most reasonable terms. feblS em. I WALL PAPEItl WALL YPEH!! 0: N HAND, a tine assortment of French and American Paper c-i'.i, n;n,'n. 'Rooms. Chambers. Ac. ALSO, a large lot of cheap unglazed Papers, Bordsrs, Fire Screens, Window Curtains Ac, at h. LAG AS & GOllBhir, Nashville Wall Parser Store, No. 20 Collew st . K- R- Paper Hsngingprpmptly attended to, warranted done to tie best Einner, an9 '54.j J1 BOOTS, SHOES, &C. ...;; r.e3? i-OLLtn Ji'-rin.r.iiK, ... JAU13 W. mMILTO.".' HAMILTON TE1TNESS2F. BOOT AND SHOE KANUFACTOBY, Coiner; .Hurt it nml Spring sU., na.willk, tex Jinn; in Afit. an.f art- daily manufacturing rli W Wlift'oTtlif fII.iinz fciu.K nifn the bet malcriAl, Hits vniBntsnship of winch we Warrant.' MEN'S stijverfiac Calf B.ir'. &vcd nd pe?ged; " and hoys' fiw " Shots, ' " " " ' Kt lixU, double froul n'd -.Ie; " " " "' " bingle " " " " " " Tliicy lka, OmiUc s!c; NKGU0 BKOOANS, rtouWu si.lcd: -n.; WtKnenV I'lantation SttoeSj . ' House Servaiitft Shoes; "... ' ' Youths' and children's cvurse and fine shoes;:' AliU LADIKS' Calf Bootf, seircd and iwgged; Morocco " Lasting Gailcis; Also, a ci'iieraTas-oilnienl of Stock: All of which we sell ncarly'as (heap as Ihe Eastern article can cau now be bought', aud of a superior quality. IT 1 tf fn.,V C f ITT T T-T i i.v.ii i i (j.i ruiii.r-iv. N. B: We have -engaged the'services of an exnerienced - Foreman, and are now prepHrcd lu raakd jdl kiitds of work to order. J3f Repairing neatly done with all possible dispatch. apl7 'oi tljam LAJIES' FINE WHITE SHOES. JUST RECEIVED by Ratn.ge A Church Ladies' Elegant Wliite Sailu Slipuets ; " " " uiove Md uo " " " " ' Gaiters;. " " " . " . " tfront-laced; do ; " " lilnck Kid Slippers; ' " " " Biii-Uas and Boots ; Misses and Childten's " Ji; Rott.s lor Slippers nnd Roots. An assortment of White, Brown and Black. Willi a variety ot otner um uaiiers, ltoots and Shoes. ,iy20 At No. 42 College street SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS; " " Ashland Valise; Carpet Bng3 and Satchels; Leather Travelling Bags; Received by RAMAGE A CHURCH, augS ' 42 College at FA IiL IMPORTATIONS BY DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO., J.-0.70, PUr.I.TC SQUARE, 3JJ-ja-iS33:"7"3:XjXj33, "3?233XT. IT Til are now receiving and will have in 3tore by the YY middle of August our entire f-tock of FALL AND WINTER DRV GOODS, to which we invite the careful attention ol Merchants gen erally. We par! icularly invite those buying for cash or on short time to eximine our stock and prices. Our success in conducting a business on the CASH AND SHORT TIME PROMPT PAY SYSTEM, satisfies us that it is entirely practicable, and that there is a large class of buyers, who, closely studying their bet interests, are now acting upon that system. Cash and short "timi sales enable its to keep our means in rapid use, and thereby greatly to reduce the profits re quired to sustain a business predicated en long credits. Iu addition to our purchafes, we will have a largo let of Goods on consignment, embracing various brands of Cot ton Yarns, and over flOO bales BROWN DOMESTICS, Drillings, 4a, of all grades and prices. These goods are offered freely to the t-ade in general, regardless of whether other floods are bought or not. jT26. DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO. All kinds of Barter taken in exchange for goods, or sold for customers without charge. GARDNER, SHEPHERD &G0. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HOE, HATS AND STRA.W GOODS . NO. SO PUBLIC SQUARE, N ASHV1LLU. THE attention ol Merchants is respectfully invitrd to our extensive Fall and Winter supplies of Ihe aLove Goods, which ate uowaiiiviug and will be complete by the 23th of August. Our pirchase3 are made exclusively of manufacturers, and we are determined to compete successfully in prices with New Y'ork and Philadelphia jobbers. Our ability to do this will not be denied by any candid man who will take the trouble to investigate the ma'ler and compare our advantages with those of eastern housei. Ourstockwill bcunnsuallt laigc and varied, and buyers may rely on finding with us evcrythiug in our line adapted to the wants of the trade, at as low prices as can be found in tills or anv other muiket. GARDNER, SHEPHERD A CO. The usual produce of the country. Wool, Feathers, Gin seng, Ac, taken at the highest market value in exchange for goods ur in piyment of debts. j.r2 'f G-S.AC". TO .MERCHANTS. I a n c y Silk Iloniiets. CASES fancy Silk Bonnet in stoie. For sale by mavll A MORRISON A CO. 12 LEGHORN HATS. 3 cases Bl'k Leg'n Hats, C cases White Leghorn Hats, 2 " Boys' Tuscan Hats. In store and for "sale by A. MORRISON A CO. TT7-ILLOW Y and Carria, CRADLES 4 doz. Willow Ciadles ges, iu store and for sale by mavll A. .MORKISOX a. CO. PERFU.UERY, Arc. A general assortment of cheap ! Colognes, Bears Oil, Rose Oil, Ox Manow, Lyona'-J Katharion. Barry's Tricopherous, Pearl Powder; Ac.", on If, hand and for sale by A. MORRISON A CO., .1 Wholesale Variety Store, corner Square and Dcadeiick ' street. ftnayll '54 1 TTMSlIING TACKLE. F1M1 Hooks, Lines, Reels, j C Rods Rait, Floats, Minner Nets, Aitincial Miuntis, r lies, n orms, Ac Just received ami for siJe by api A. MORRISON A CO. A I AT CUES I -UATCHEM! - t&o gloss Puinuiie's at cues i -hatches: ! xTX Matches in store and for sale by tlie cafe or single gross. jc25 A. MORRISON A CO. LOOKING-GLASS IIS. For sale by je25 -lO'i dozen asoited sizes. A. MORRISON" A CO. SUNDIHES. 150 doz. Poll Monies, ass'd qinlitT; 175 doz Shcc, Cloth and Hair Biushes; 50 gros3 Masen's Blacking, asrted .-i'-zn; 50 Nest's Market Baskets, 4 in nest; 2 s " Clothes do, " in nest; 50 Willow Wagons and Cab.-; ." " Ciadles and about 200 dozFrench Baskets,asyteI. In sloreand forsale by A. MORRISON A CO., Wholesale Variety Store, corner Square and Dsaderick street. " juue25 FOR t ALE. Counter Table, with eight jeO. A. MORR drawers. lORRISON A CO. TOILCTTABL1-5S.-12 Chamler Toilet Setts, just re ceived by je A. MORRISON A CO. s TEP LADDERS AND CLOTHES HORSES. Just re ceived anew supply. jef.J A. MORRISON A CO. Q UNDID KS.-Just received, Ice Picks, Ice Mallets Ice O Ratchets Water Csniers and WMter Cooleis. jo?. A. MORRISON A CO. , A'l'EK COOLERS. Superior Water Coolers, t various sizes and patterns, just received anil lorsale by A. MORRISON A CO.. may24 corner Deaderick St. and Sijojie. MATCHES 40o gross round superior Matches, stoie and for sale by the case or sinjle gros. in ielCtf ' A. MORRISON A CO. T7IINE CIGARS. -I invite the attention of smokers to JV to a supply of Regalia, whichlhavereceivedto-d.lv. ) ap20. .1. NIXON", Jr I X'lVHV- T -. I K .lusti A-"I"SII lIT.-2('Ooz assorted Ilmndv Fruits np20 .1. NIXON. Jr. eccived. ' T3 AMBOO FISHING RODS. Just received, a ' J small lot of line Bamhoo Rods free from w.. mi holes; Ac, juneT J. G. BROWN, 4" tiollege street. T7VLOWER POTS. A large loi of Flower l ots, as- X sorted sizes, from .1 to 12 inch, just received by June, J. O. BROWN, 4ft College street f VACCINE VIRUS. A small quantity just received 01 rename quality, tc. J. f. BROWN. f r10I) LIVER OIL. Fonr grosses Rnshton, Clark A I J Co.'s fresh and genuine Cod Liver Oil, iust received by J. G. BROWN, aprill 43 College st. S' URE REMEDY AGAINST CHOLERA. The subscriber in calling the attention of families to his stock of Wines and Liquors generally, would more es riprlnllf Airetri Qtfontlnn tn hi Yirpspnt MnpmTatfp! if ment of superior French Brandies, which tor ntwlitr ia un 1 Eurpasflea. Ijurinc this sickly season ha would advise all In Iiavi. little of the Natural Remedy in their house, thereby pre 1 venting many hurried calls forphysicians, as well as that I disagreeable sensation so often occasioned by fear of dis ease. GEO GREIO, junelg S7 Union street CLARET I CLARET ! ! 2,icaes finest quality Table Claret ever oflered 111 this market Also 25 cases good ordinary, suitable for the trade, for sale low by jnnell" ' OEORGECHHaG:2 CHAMPAGNE. Just received and forsale 7l bas kets superior Champagne Wine", seeded from a mongst the most celebrated brands in the country, and war ranted, by junelti GEO.'OREIG. FRESH I'INE APPIjES Received this day per steamer Nashville and for sale by ap!8 GEORGE GREIG. T ANANAS Rec'd per steamer Nashville, bunchone resh Bananas, and for sale by aplS GEORGE GREIG. COCOA NUTS Just rec'd per steamer Nashville two tierces Fresh Cocoa Nuts, for sale by aplS GEORGE GREIG. FIGS 500 Drums Fre and for sale low by aplS :hFigs, superior quality , received GEORGE GREIG. "VTELSON'S PATENT OPAGNE GELATINS; and Nelson s I atentrehned isinglass. Just received ind for sale by GEORGE GREIG feb25. FOR" SALE. A tract of LAND lying nearMcWhirt ersville, on the Lebanon Pike, containing 58 acres, all cleared except 10 acres. The improvements consist of a 2 story Frame House, 5 Rooms, good Cellars. Kitchen, Smoke House, and Servants' Rooms; also, good Bnggy House. Two excellent and neveHailing Springs. If desired, the crop and stock will be sold with the place, and immediate possession given. Apply to WM. L. BO I'D, Ja, jue4 General Azect, Nc, 60 Cherry st. CLOTHING-. I Manufapturer and Wholesale Dealer, in '"Clothing ' No. 71, Public Square, NASHVILLE. TENN. WE ..bave, nnvv in Slore over SO.OOO Garments, nuifa. blefor the Spring and Summer trade, to which we The?e goods are all new and jrotten up iu lfae m09t ap proved manner, and will bewld at leasthau Kastem nri marSO B K.H. BROCKW AY. T. j. MOULTON". JXO.J. BCECn. MOULTON & BEECH, WH0L2SALE AND RETAIL DRUGPISTS AND GROCERS, Nos.SSnnd'S t Rroadtrny. BETtVEFX COLtECE AND CHET.RV STROTTa. 1 . NASHVILLE, TENN. YTLarenowjust in receipt of a large and well assorled - -, r. 1 , - . ...... vi..., i - y23! Turpentine, Putty, Glass and Glassware. stoctot Urogs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, V i'arnisbes, -ALSO A large stock of Groceries and Sundries, viz ; 50 hhds prime Sugar; 100 boxes Star Caudles: iou nags Kiouottee. 100 bbls Molasses; '200 fccg Nails, assorted; 130,00i Cigars, common and fine; 10 boxes Glassware, assort S,000 galls Stoneware, as sorted; 1,000 kegs White Lead; f00 K boxes Window Glass; 1,000 lbs Putty, in bladders 1,000 lbs Span Float Indigo; joo bills do; W bbls Crushed Sugar; 10 " Powdered do; 20 bags Pepper; 10 " Alspice; 20 doz cans Oysters: 12 " " fredh Peaches; loo boxes Ground Spices; oO doz kegs Mustard; 60 boxes best Chewing To J.MIO lbs Hutch Madder; 20 bbls Clover Seed; bacco; , li " iimotnr; 10 kegs Fig Tobacco, very 200 bushels Blue. Grass: fine article; 200 Millet Seed: 150 gross Matches; loOKeams Wrap Paper; 75 doz Buckets; 40 dor Brooms; , mar7 '54. 10 casks fine Brandy: 10 " American "Brandy 10 ' SM.Wine; 100 bbls Whisky, all grades; MOULTON A BEECH. H All D WARE- w o SI c E a -3 d 4 c r GJ " Q -i t U. a w C5 Q t - 7 I H X a 'I s . a u. ss s- v. es d i o PALL & CUNNINGHAM, Xo. (7 COLLEfin STREET. IXr.a2x7-jLllo. Tonnossoo, Direct Importers and Dealers iu CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, HOUSE BUILBIND MATERIALS. ANn si urn "i 1 fe 'ss GENERALLY, HAVE now on hand an exfensi re assortment of HARD WARE of every description, and would invite the at tention of all MERCHANTS visiting Nashville for supplies to give them a call before purchasing Feathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, received at the highest market pric- in exchange for GOODS or in payment of ACCOUNTS. ianll-tf. EAST FLORIDALAND AGENCY. RY ,T. G. rOINTS. Reference. Hon. A. 11. 11. Stuart, Stanton, Va. DclackShackelfurd, Courtland, Ala. Hon. J. J. Ormond, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dr. .1. Punce, Mobile, Ala. J. J. MeMahnn, liq., New Orleans. Col. B. C. Burnett 1 B. M. Bradford, Esq., Aberdeen, Miss. Hon. S. Adams, ) Hon. J. A. Wilcox, I i,;,,,,,,., Hon. II. S. Foote. ) Mississippi. Tampa. Florida, .l.iu.21 "54 ly. I IwV I TTSE1 Uwh, COMPLAINTS OF THE SEASON ! THE GRAEFENBERG DYSENTERY SYRUP. 'hpn thr hoirpl nro nftpi-tpH in unir imr- nrtipll tr (Iim j disease is acute or chronic, as it is equally beneficial in I both cases" whenever there is Dysentery, Diarrao-a, Bloody ; Flux, Gripiug and Straining, Cramps in the bowels anil I Cholera. It is a certain and immediate remedy 111 all of j these complaints-. My position as Cliairnian of the Board of Health has j brought me constantly in cnntitt with persons suffering I from diarrLcej, dysentery and cholera. So stiorgly was 1 impressed with the valueof the Graefenberir Dvsentrv Sv rup in all caseN of bowel complaint that I caused it to be sent lo Quarantine, where the cholera then existed, aid it is not a little singular that but asingle case was reported af terward. Facts coming under the observation .f my as sociates in the Board tend to strengthen the belief that this remedy is invaluable in all cases ot disease of the bowels. T. R. HIBBARD. M. I)., Ch'n Board of Health, New York City. I have had an opportunity of witnessing the effects of the Graefenbeig Dysentery Syrup in cajes of bowel com plaint, especially tlioseof a severe character, and I have no hesitation in saving that it isudmirably adapted to the cure of these diseases. T. R. DeFORREST, M. D. New York City. mayOl. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent. Price 50 and 2.1 cent per I'ottle. AT ACKEREL--i0 RARRELS M ACKER EM i A SO halt" bbls Mackerel; ,S0 kits do; J ust received and for sale low by JOHNSON, H0RNE A CO.. nov22 Broadway. QTAR CANDLES 100 UO.Vl I O dies just received and for sale low, IOO ROXES STAR CAN- to close, by JOHNSON, HORN E A CO. JUGAR-..20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR; 5 20 bbls Loaf Sugar; 10 bbls Powder'd do; Just received and lorsale by nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. TAR LEAD-5 IEGS BAR LEAD; JL JustreceiTeu oy nov22 J0HNS0N, U0RNE A CO. HYDRAULIC CEMENT 300 JiARRELS Louisville Hydraulic Cement Just received and for sale by JOHNSON, 1I0RNE A CO. O ALT 300 BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT; bars Fine Salt: iustreaeived by ' nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. A LE! A I,i; I 150 RARRELS "TRACEY Jit Xl Wilkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re- ' ceired and tor sale tow to close, ny nov27 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. SCALES I SCALES 1 ! WE ARlT CON STANTLY" supplied with Blundell's unequalled Wheel and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,000 lbs., which will be sold exceedingly low. We can also supply Railroad 2'rae t and Itext Scales, from three to fifty ton', 011 the most reasonable terms. JOHNSON, HORNE A CO, nov2G Broadway. T7irE.SU GROCERIES DIRECT FROMlVE Y l1 Orleans. ins. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Rin Coffee; i Coffee; pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. Ac. For lor Cash by JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. I liaguvra sale low f novl." LANGHORN ARM lS'I'EA D. 1 00 I'Al'IC ages of Lanphorn A Armistead's superior Chen lngTo bacco,just received and forsale by oct2C JOltNSON". HORNEA CO. TAR. P. S. WOODWARD. Ollice No. 9 Oharrv street. JL three doors north nf Church street has on haud Vacine Matter ofthe very best quality, which he will supply to the profession generally, octR ly PINEAPPLES. dozen very fine PiDe Apples just received persteamer America. , may24 JOHN NIXON. Jr. FRESH ARRIVALS. T0S. P. DUNTON, No. 51 Public Square, has just ra f J ceired a large variety of new style Dress Goods, Em broideries. Trimmings, Drapery; Muslins, Ginghams; and Robes, with a general assortment of French, British, and Domestic Goods, making the stocks complete. jojiercnanisrepienisningitieir3toci:, any inducement will be offered in the shape of low prices, br jettf: JOS. P. DUNTON, No. .11 Public Squaw NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the State Penitentiary are re quested to come forward and make payment by the 1st of May next, or their accounts willbe placed in the hands of n officer for collection. RICHARD WHITE ap.18. tf. a. A w. Agent JUST FROM THE COUNTRY. A No. 1 cezro mau a good Stone Mason and good tor rant fangl. DABDS A PORTER. Eh d i m o , i n a r-H IERGBAiNX)IZE. R-CH-VAUtr. P. KJBPAITJCX R, C. M'NAIRSC&iSJO., So. 55 College st., NaeimHe.Tenn, TTTE are now in receipt of the largest Block of season ble DRY GOODS we have ever offered to the trade. and in Tiaw of having soon to more out of the honsa went present occupy, for the- purpose Of hating a larger nnd murf commodious one- bntlt on the lame lot. we will 'close out our present stock at prices far below the regular 'rales, and buyers wanting anything in our line, wonld do well to give iu an early calL, as we are determined to close them out to enable nslo open an entire new stock in our new nouse tins tall. apll. R. .CNA1K1 S W. COUNTRY MERCHANTS BUYING in our city, will find iu 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 cannukeittolheirinterestto bur of ns. P". R. C. McNAIRY A CO. DRESS GOODS. IN this line our stock far exceeds, both in qauntitrand variety, any stock we hare ever had. and it embraces all the new designs in Plaid. Strined. CWVp,! n,l Plain Silks, Bareges, Grenedines, Tissues, Twisted Silks, Organ dies, Printed Jaconets, Muslins, Lawns, Brilliantes. Gin- uutua, uumiu, uu uur ouu ci Kiy luin in IU1S Way We Wilt sell cheap and no mistake. Call earlr. apll R. C." McNAIRY A CO. WHITE GOODS. PLAIN, Figured, Checked and Striped Jaconets and Swiss Muslins, Hair Striped, Checked and Plaid Scft Midland Nainsook Muslins, Dotted Swiss, wht and in cols. India Twills, Diuiity Damask, Figured I.uttens, Brilliantes, Bishop I.iwus, BookMnslins, and every thing in this war. EMBROIDERIES. Every thing new and desirable in Chemizetts and Sleeves. Emb il Skirts, Po. JIdkts. Jarkonet and SwLm Bands, Jackonet and Swiss Edgings Valenciennes and Plaitt ibices and Edgings, Stamped Collars, Chemizetles, Sleeve Bands, UdUs, Ac., Ac a new article for embroider ing. R. C. McNAIRY A CO. apll. MOURNING coons. SUMMER BOMBAZINES, Canton Cloths, Challva, Plain and Figured Twisted Silts, Crape.de Paris 5-4 and 6 4, Black Battles, Alpaccas, Ac , in great variety, apll. R. V. McNAIRY A CO. GEN TEEM E N 'S AND ROYS' WEAR. BLACK and Fancy Cloths and Cassimeres, Plaid linens. Plain, Col'd and Wht Linen Drills, Summer Cravats Stocks, and every thing in the way of Boys" Summer Clothing FURNISHING GOODS. S, 10 and 12-4 Bleach Linens and Cotton Sheetings, Pit low Linens and Domestics Red Ticking, Apron Checks, 8 4 nnd 10-4 Table Damasic, Dinner and Tea Nspkins, Col'd Bor'd Huck Towels, Col'd Bor'd Damask Towels, Russia and Bird Eye Diapers, fine and comnida Crashes, bath Towels, and" and every thing in this war cheap apll. IL 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 any thing iu our line of business, would do well to give us a call before purchasing, as we are datermined to reduce our stock before moving, apll. R. C. McNAIRY A CO. SECOND IMPORTATION GREAT NOVELTIES ! THOMPSON & CO. OUR Buyer has just returned from Ihe Eastern Cities, and we are now opening the most beautiful goods and greatest bargains ever offered in Nashville. We hare all the latent Paris designs, in Dress Goods, Lace Goods, and Mantles, purchased at extraordinary low prices. Many of our richest Dress Goods, we are selling at just half price. Dress Goods. SPLENDID Berages, entirely uew patterns, at hl prices; China Plaid Silks, the'most beautiful lot ever opened; French Iawiis, very cheap. Common Lawns, all prices; Linen Cambrics, very cheap; Plain Berages, all qualities; splendid Flounced' Berages; splendid Flounced Tissues; beautiful newSilks; Bridal Dresses, splendid. Organdies. The ino-t beautiful lot we ever opened. Mantles. We would call especial attention to our neiv. Mantles. They are most beautiful specimens of embroidery. Splended White Embroidered Silk; Colored " do " " " Milslht; Appllgue Lace, etc; Beautiful Muslin Basques; Needle worked Muslin Scarfs. - ' " Lac GouJ-i.- tiu-.ii Real Guitar seti; -v r, . ' lloneton " " Yalenciences sets; Rich Muslin Bosques; Needle worked French, Ma"-lm Dresi?3; Bridal Dresses; " Veils, very beautiful; - Be.utifn! Frencti Sleeves; Valentine Collars, a new thing; . Valentine Collars, with sleeves. White Goods Of every kind a better assortment than we erer had. Mourning Good., A new supply of black Shalhes; ' -Berge dp Lane-i; Beinge Crape; Mourning sills, eta., etc. Best Eusji'.b. Itosii;rT. Oenllemen's half Hase, every kind; 1-adies' best English Long llosv. Irish Linens. A splendid lot made, especially for our salrs: i Linens, Sheetings, etc; Marsailies Quilts. Alexandre Best Kid Glove. We have received a newsupply. in a word, we never had so beautiful orcocteap a stock to offer; having been bought very lab- in the seascn. We not only have Ihem exceedingly cheap, but have manv ttungsthat have not beeu seen before iu this marfcri THOMPSON A CO. ap2'54 No. 21, Public Square. CLIFTON A ABBOTT. ur-' t No. 15, Cedar Street, ARE now receiving their SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OP CLOTHING? comprising- all the latest STYLES, and of quality, superior to any other in the Citr. As our CLOTHING is Manufactured by Ihe Senior partner Ik , f,i ni'l. J . , 1 r. .. 11. u. luh iu. in riuianeioiua Me can aiiarantre tue WORKMANSHIP lo be uOOD. ap!7-tf. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. LANDE A EL3EBACH, No. -18, .Market Street, Naliville, Tennessee, MANUFACl'UREItS AND DEAI.EltS IN READY MADE CLOTHING, are now in -receipt of a large and well assorted stock ol elegant READY MADE CLOTHING of the best Materials; so that persous who are desirous of procuring .FASHIONABLE GARMENTS can be suited. Customers aud Stranirers Tiitln!r the Citv are resneet. fully invited lo call and' examine their Stock befbrepur- chasing elsewhere. r We are convinced iliat we can se'l LOWER THAN.ANY" .i , in.ifc iivuqu 4-1 aur- cuuer iTuoiesaie or retail. . ALSO: Received a Urge lot of TRUNKS. SHIRTS, STOCK, Ac apUvf , LANDE ELSEBACH. "TXTEalso, inform our trieuds and the public, that we liave now on hand, a larae and well assorted stock of the latest styles of SILK, UR, STRAW, LEGHORN AND CASHMIUIK HATS. Also, children's fancy HATS and CAPS, unsurpassed, in quality, slrleand lowness of price. LANOn A KLSllliACH, ap!3 Hat and Cap Mannfacturers, No. 4s Marketst. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AXD TAILOR ING EST A BLISHM ENT. aT. 11, Cedar st, jlce doon f,-o:,i I'ttjttfc Sqvare. WHERE may be found a choice and well select, ed Mock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of the latest and most beautiful patterns, all of which will be made up to order in the mot fashionable stvisan at as short noticea" can be done in anv city in the Union aud at prices to suit thr times. Ready-Made Clotliiug. COATS,.Panl, and Vesta of all kinds. A line assort men t of Meu's Furnishing Goods, Silk and Merino Under Shirts Shirts, Stocks, Gloves Sus penders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs Silk and Linen, lndl Shirt t3 urt collars, umbrellas, ,xc. 1ST" Garments cut :d the shortest notice. Please cill and examine. TIIOS. J. HOUGH. Arent. marll '.VI tf T7"OR RENT. A Stable on the Alley between Union J" nnd Deaderick street, fiirthe balance of the year. Ltsnceoi me year, ap W.UBOYD, Jr ply to mat?.i, Genl Ag't.No.fO Cherry st ' IN THE PRESS - -And lo be published in monthly numbers A GREAT EPIC POEM, entitled THE MORIAD; OR, END OF THE JEWI3H STATE, BEN ASAPH, A Christian Jew of th? third Centarr. '4 , TRANSLATED - 'i From the Syraa HebffiT, nr AN'SEIiM KORI.STOl'P. s ' - This woik as the numbers ate issued may be had and subscribed for at the Book Stores of W. ''.'Berry A Co, John York, and Toon, Nekon A Co. jje21 If. MUSIC TEACHER. FIRST-RATE FEMALE MUSIC TEACHER may hear of a crood situation by maxim? aor.lication ac companied with the best reference.', to A TJ. Box 199, City Peat Office. . fjyi: d:w. MEDICEm STRETCH A: OBR, Wholesale and Sa tail Dragguts, Cornsr of Cotfaga&si TJnioa Street, Nfaahville, "O AVE now in store a lanre slock of Palnta. OiI. JUL Varnishes, Ac., to which theT invite the atten tion ot fainter and VTnoIesale Dealers. SAND PAPER, ort REAMS VanderpooPa Flint Sand Paper of aor!rd jL. ReceiredandJbrsalelntr.br angS. STRETCH A ORK. VAKNISHES 9 RARRELS best Furniture Varnish; O 2 do do Copal do; 2 do do Japan do. lor sale in qnantitie g to suit by STRETCH A ORB. JULACK IEATHER VARNISH. A lNt. article of Black Mantle Varnish receired asd INK artic L.for sale by vagX STRETCH A ORB. mantij: varnish. A PRIME article of Black Leather Varnish, XUmd tor sale by faugU. STRETCH A ORK, CHROME GREEN". RAA LBS. best Chrome Green, dry and ground in oa. J J Vsome in large un cans. For sale low br augS STRETCH A OP.R. BURNT UMBER. VNE case Burnt Umber grormd ia oil in poncd caas, V received ana lorsale ! low by aug3 STRETCH A OBR. WINDOW GLASS. A LARGE aupplrof McCuUys Window Glass cf ar sorted sizes. Just received and for sal? low by STRETCH A 'ORB. F21ESH AHRtXVALS At the Wholesale and Retail Drag, Medictn?. Chemical, Perfumery, Fancy, Article, ione ifare, l'atnts, Oils, Yamlh, snna l'aper, Brushes. Seed, siiuss, ana liinss are Store of II. G. SCOVEL, NORTH SIDE OF THK PUBLIC SQUARE, THREi. DOORS WEST OfTIIENASHV ILLE1NN. COO galls, best Winter Lard Oil; 100 gross ood aox Jlatches; 100 bushels clean Blue Gras-sSeed, (Kentutkr;) 100 do strip'd do do do it 10 barrels Clover Seed; 0 do Plaster Paris; 60 do Hydraulic Cement; 89 Sacks Osage Orange Seed, for Hedge Fence; 100 ounces best London Sulphate Quinine; 1000 pounds Epsom Salts; 2 barrels Top Onions; 230 Dental Files, (Stnbb";) 1530 lbs RoIlSulphur; 125.1 Flor- do; 3S5 pounds Imported Castile Soap; S17 do Indigo; 40 gallons best Coach Varnish; 40 do do Japan do; 40 do do Furniture do; 42 do do Demar do; 20 reams Vandeniools Flint Paper; IM pounds FrenchZinc White Painf: 1300 " Fresh Putty; ' For FINISHING PARLORS in the mast beinMul modern Northern stye, the subscriber has obtained it French Zinc White Paint Those who are bnilding fin houses and making improvements, would find this attic.i decidedly superior, withal void of the dehattriou inUnea ces of V bite Lead Paint For sale br fe21 "H. O. SCOVLU jXEW drug stork 3T. G-. 33H.O"757TNT, (Formerly of the firm of JTict'h, Broun d- Cj , HAS OPENED, with an entire nevr stock of 9JL Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils Perfumery, kTf Ac-, Ac, on the site formerly occupied by the old firm,lfo. 43, College Street,, three doon I mm lnn.11. where he will be pleased to wait upon his old friends and ciiirens generally. Particular attention is given to Physt ianV Prejcrlptians, which will be filled w-th accuracy sntt dispatch. 3UE0ICAL INSTRtTMENTS, comprising Picket Cases, aseorted; Pocket Vial Caes sw eral new patterns; Speculnms, assorted; Midwife, Ampctst ing and Trepanning Instruments in Cases or pajat. Tooth Forcep and Keys; Stethescopes; Cupping Apparatus Stomach Pumps; Dissecting Instrument.; it. Ac , Trust in every variety a complete assortment of every thing eq ually kept in this line may be found at J. O. BROWN'S, 48. College St febll "54 EKEVTEA COMPANYI have a full supply of the best qualities nf Teas put up by this Company. It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Brown. A Co, which gave such general satisfaction. The Ne Pius Ultra Black Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to ba superior lo any fn this market; also, Teas ia Email caddie cf S tin each. J. O. BROWN. febl2 Y, " INTER STRAINED bbb just received by LARD OIL Hit J.G.BROWN. COD EIVER OIL. Four gross Rushton, Clark A Oc's best article, warranted pure and fresh, just receli ed by ffeb 1 l-'54.i J. G. BROWN. I OERMt'DA ARROW ROOT. Warranted uer ! JJfectlv pure and fresh. A full supply at J. O. BROWN-3. febll-'it. T3ERFUMERY in every style, French, German and s. Hair Oils. Pomaden. Ac. Af jL American Colognes, Tooth Powder and Paste. Fiver's Amrnirtir- Vintmi Glenn's Rose Bears Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and" wbita. Windsor Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together ft ith b. general assortment of Plain and Fancy Soaps, Hair BmshM Ac, Ac. Shell and Buualo Dressing and Fine Comb'. Ivory do. Powder Puffs and Boxes, Lilly White. Alabss ten Ac, Ac. febll-'54l i. G. BROWN. "MAN KNOW THYSELF." AnlnvahtaMe Book for 25 rent. "Every Ia.Cj should have a Comi." npWENTV THOUSAND Copiessoldinlesa m a. loan a monins. a newemiion. revistHi , And improved, last issued. C Dr. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing a. 1 I outlinenfthe origin, progress, treatmett and cure cf cvarv ; lorm 01 uisease, contracted by promiscuous s course by-self abuse or by sexual excess, wit j their prevention, written in a familiar style, 1 1 medical technicalities, and everything thai wou! ionn 01 uisease, contracted by promiscuous sexual istar with adnce lr avoiding ju and everythinir thai would offend earordectney, from the result of sometuenty years succes. nil practice, exclusively devoted to the-enre i.l diseases of delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cure of the abore dis eases, aud a treatise on the causes symptoms and cura ot !. Fever and Ague. TiSTiKoxr of tuk Paor. or OBsrrrxics n Pc-"V C'Ji Laoit, Philadelphia. DR. HUNTER'S MEDIC.A1 MAN CA1 Tlie author of this work unlike the muiiitr of th, . works who advertise to cure the disease of loch it -rents is a graduate of one- of the best CiJIege in the l nit-i States, it affords me pleasure to recouunend liiiu to tfc unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a iicceai and experienced practitioner, in whose houor and M -y-they may place the greatest confidence. JOSEPH LONGSHORfc. M I'. Fhou A. Woodwasd, M. D,.orPrx-. IsnkmiTr, Tail iDMU-au. It gives ice pleasure !o add mr testimony t the professional ability of the Author of the "Medical Mia nal." Numerals cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs some of them of long standing, bare come under mv Co. tice.jn which his skill has been manifest in lestoring lofrt fict health, in some instances where the patient has beeu considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment of Sm nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the functiocsprodnr -.t byfselfabuseorexcessof venerr. I do not know kiswsp.. nor ia the profession. I hare been acquainted with th. Author some thirty years, and deem it no mortthan jau.i to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate v .i.iu . 1 j early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, iuwh.i-e pi., I fessional skill and integrity, they nwy safely coutid? then I lelves. ALF. WOODViARR V li. This is. without exception, tha mn.t fsnm iu Imm .i 1 v n r, . I j intelligible work published ou the clas. or diseases wbii it treats. Avoidiogall technical terms, it addresses iUr,f t the reason of its readers. Itis free from all objrc;&a I ble matter, and no parent, however fastidious, t UpUcingitinthehandsofhissons. Tha mthtr ho. A- voted many yeara to the treatment of the various eoniiM.11 1. treatedf, and "with too little breath to pud,' and 'wo In tie presumption to Impose,' he hasoffeied to the w ".Li at the merely nominal price of 25 cents, Ibe fruits of so twenty years must successful practice' IkraU. "No teacher or parent should be without tLe knowlej. imparted in this invaluable work. It would save tears 1 1 pain, mortification and sorrow to the youth undrr the charge." J'ecpt't AtitoeaU. A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing et "Hun er's Medical Manual, says: "Thousands upon thou-Mudi of ouryouth, by evil example and influenced' the passions, have been led into the habit of 'elf-pollution without real . ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves) and posteritr. The constitutions of thousands who are rwsir.. iamilies hare been enfeebled, if not broken down, and thev do not know the csune or the cure. Anything that ran b' done so lo enlizhten and influence the nublic mind mi. check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source 01 human wretahedness would confer the greatest Me.Mio, next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generations. Intemperance (or Ihe u r l intox rating drinks,) thou'i it has slain thousands upon thoa ands, ls not a greater scourge to the human race Accent. my thanks to behalf of th afflicted, and, your co-wwr r I K the good work yon are so actively engaged in." One copy, securely enve!oped,J willge forwarded, frsa Kt postage, to any part of the United State tor 5 centr T copies for tl. Addreu (post paiJ,) COSDENACO, . Publishers, Box ISS.Philids. Booksellers, Canvassers and Book AgenU supplied ca h? mnat liberal terms. septs? ly HURT'S VERMIFUGE, THERE is perhaps, no disease to which childres are ex posed that fa so universal and fatal as Worms; person or all agss are subject to it, and if neglected it may prora ruinoos. Then why will you hesitate when you can always have a prerrntor in rour honse at very litth. n V- Hurtt hnriraUd Itrnrifuor. The Medicine stands 'nrs- ' .Tnin.nl il.. . . ..TJ ; 1 f.l. ,I,:V. ; . I. if r - . . j . ... .... iunui.j miu Tfiuuotc.iJCiii ,1 U.tlU. ( JiTJiy i remarkable. Strict attention is all thatis required, t SoIdbrMerrliantsand Druggists generally. itmszLVTLir, kt, jnitr Sd, lg. Ma. n. F. Hurt Btar&.r: I have been nsingyoox er mifuge in my family ever since I have bein acting as Agsat for you. 1 have used lahnestock'sv Jaynes", lxjudva i Co'si, and others, but must give yours the decided prefar. ence over all others. I would recommend it to tie conintu nity as a Talnable medicine. Very respectluHj. sept 24 wly MILTON ROBERTS. DR. J. W. GRAY", " ' OFFICE No. 9, Cherry st?et, apposite Judge Caticn' and sezt door to Ox. B. W. H&IL Residenco C:tr Jictel. jaasj 'tttf '