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VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN'. FEIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1854 NO 398 Erf, 1? M ! i ONION AND AMERICAN. - OFFICE No. 0 uud 1 1, Dcndcrick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished 'o subscribers al the following rates: Single copies, one tear in advance. 2 50; within the year$3 00; at the end of lbs year 14 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 . per copy for one year. Clubs' of subscribers will bere- w seivedforsixmonths at the foregoing rates. sMfiT leTJU-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdy tavance, ju. I'he DAILY is published at Eiirht Dollars. rTilE MONEY f hh CASES TO ACC0MFAN1 SUBSCRIPTION us omittances of subscriptions ma. ba wade by mail at our nan. . Jipsr will be sent oat of the State unless the order la ac companied with the cash. lfoISII CATTLE. TsO Agnmltural Societies and others requiring the best A. Dreed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHOUT-HORNED CATTLE, itli Devons, Uerefiird's, Ayrshire and Alderay COWS. ALSO. Fine Southdown, Cotswold's and Licesler SHEEP. ALSO. Suffolk, Esser and Berkshire SWINE. Iia. Dorled on Commission by Messrs. THOS. BETTS A BROTHERS. Kvery inrormaiion with regard to terms and shipments t. : ....111 ... " ,1 , 1 I ' u viucnud, iii ue sineiir auenueu w or appiy- ( 1 1 l.. X- 1 Ml fi. r- X. " .m; w in. j. iatji as, nasuvuie, qenn. JQ& .FOX & roiiUliMUS, 53 Broad Street. Corner Beaver. Saw-York. Offer for Silt Hie following Heavy Cotton; Fabrics: XTETSVENGLAXn COTTON SATL TflTfil. 22 inch, all Li numbers, hard and soft; also all the various widths of anrass manufactured at tins establishment comprising ev ;rv variety known to the trade, and offered at the lowest ."HlCS. UNITED STATES PHOT DUCK Woodberry and llount Veruon Extra. A full as-ortruent of this superior aonc VILI.T1IAHTIC COTTON DUCS-16. 18, 20 and 22 aich, all numbers, hard and soft. This fabric was awarded Jiu highest Premium at the London World's Fair, also at mr own hiate rair. SHIP AND BEAU MARK DUCK Plain and twilled. uanufactured by the Greenwood's Company, a superior ar- rl i. ..Ti. ? . i . ' i t I'jie lor njriii sans, leuis, asviungs, &c; atso, juuuui er n Twilled Ravens, Howard Ravens, Pioneer and Phoenix Jiills; ljght (Jolton Havens, plain 22 to 2i inch; Heavy, do. lo. COTTON SAIL TWINE A full assortment. TARPAULINS. HAMMOCKS. STUFFS. Ac PAPER FELTINO 30 to 72 inch, made very heavy, xpre.sly for drier felts. . CAR COVERING Cotton Canvass, all widths, from SO " rsj inches, and all numbers, made expressly for cover sgand roofing railroad cars, is perfectly and permanently riiT-proot, ana more enduring man me car useii. ENAMELLING CANVAS3 30, 83, 40, 45 and 50 inch :am ana twilled, in every variety. BAGS AND BAGGING Of everv description. Seam- ess Bags, woven whole, all size, in bales of 100, 200 and 100; combining strength, utility and cheapness, for grain uifl meal, are unsurpassed. Alo, heavy Cotton Sacking, 40 inch Canvass, S thread A arp ana rilling, heavy twilled, do. da, 20,22, 40, and 14 inch. WOOL SACKS Woven whole all sizes, a new and desira le article. febis '54 1 vd. UILADELimiACOLLEGE OF .MEDICINE "pilE WINTER SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION J. wil vill be-jn October S. 1S54. nil course ol LtCTcara are riven both in the Winter ma summer, icoaxcs are conferred m Jiarcri and July. Fees One full course. S35. Perpetual Ticket, f 150. Matriculation, fl. Graduation Fee, (30. To those who lave attended two full coursed in another institution, $50, ncludmg Graduation fee. Personal interest is taken by the Faculty in the welfare ind progress of every Student. Examinations are given laily by the Profeisors upon each branch. In all facilities tir instruction this school u equal to any in the Country. For further intonuilion, addiess B. HOWARD BAND, M. D, Dtix, 106 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia. az' Jtw A dlaw2m V RAKE CHANCE FOR A PROFITABLE IN' VEJTAIENT. VALUABLE FARM FORSALF.l-I offer for h sale mv Farm, lrinir in District No. fi. on Mill , Iheck. ten miles from the citv. immediately on the Nasn- ville and Chattanooga Railroad, and half a mile from An iiocn Depot. The land fronts more than one-lourth of a jme on tna Railroad. Tho soil of the portion cleared is a.isurpjsed for lertility. About one-half the tract is aeavit v timbered, and a market for all the wood furnished by ti.e" Railroad. The tract contain aoout 240 acres, well 'at;red, and the most of it under good cedar fence. The Mill Cieek Valley Turnpiice is tiuishod to within two or tmee huudred yards of the land. To any person wishing jns of the m t desirable Farms in Davidson county, an excellent opportunity is now offered. The improvements are good and substantial. CUAS. M. HAYS jj-2'J, 1&54 eoA't. SOUTHERN ,w ? dnllapo j iX. S.S.3. a. K, MCwJi. wwi.v0w, AND WRJTIKG INSTITUTE rpHE first term of this College will com L mecce on MONDAY, Feb. 13, in the i i : ; (".,....,..-" 1 .1 1 r.n Cherry street, live doors above Deaderick.- The course of instruction iu this institution will embrace Book-Keepiug, Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic uud Penmanship. No pupil will receive a diploma until he is thoroughly jualihed to discharge the duties of the accountant, Students will be instructed in all the modern improved farms adopted by the best regulated houses in the country, Binougotheis oue which dispenses with the use of the Jour nal, greatly lessening the amount ol labor and liability to mt, and another which renders the use of the Cash book mid Journal superlluous, and enables the book-keeper to jwst his personal accounts dailr, and his merchandise and c-nh as ofien as may suit his convenience. This latter form is more particularly designed for the use oi letail establishments. "Jhey will "be taught a simple process by which the mer chant may at all times ascertain the amount of his loss or gain, together with the quantity of goods on hand, without ies.irting to the tedious process of taking an inventory. This institution will be permanent, and has been estab lished to meet the already important and growing com mercial interests of the city of Nashville and State of Ten uessee, and it u designed "to place it upon a basis inferior lo naue in this country. Tho iniporiance, to every business man, of a knowledge of accounts, must be sufficiently obvious to all reflectin minds. To the man of wealth, it is important to enable him to .manage his affairs t-cientilically, and without pecuniary los and tb Lawyer is otlen called upon, in the discharge ol Lis prolessional duties, to unravel uie rno.i luniemc uc--counts, but to the young inau who depends upon his own lesources foralivelihojd.it is invaluable. Itgives him a position which nothing else can. lie holds the postot confidential cferk in his employers, service. In connection with this establishment is a department for the bent.it of thovj who wisn to take lessons in writing on Vlv, where an elegant hand writing will be imparted to all -who place themselves under the care of the preceptor. Pupils entering this institution are not limited to any number of lessons, but for a specified price may coutinue any branch they pursue until ttiev are perfected, retaining itlie pririlcgo of reviewing their lessons at any Mibsequent period, free of charge. febll ly THE LAST PUBLIC SALU OF TOWN LOTS JN West Hickman, Fulton County, Ky , will take place on the second day ol October, 1851. In view of the very rapid improvement of Hickman, and the vei y great sohcit.ide manifested by any that we should still utter inducements to capitalists to cast their lots with m and invest their cash capita! in proiierty, that in less ti'.'iu two years will quidruple itself; wetiave concluded to iiia'ie a lother offer o! Irfits at Public Auction. 11 isn-.-ellcss to sav anything or the advantages of Hick man as they ate known throughout thecounlry to be supe rior to those of any place on the Mississippi River, between ilcmphUaudSt Louis. U II, in a short time, bo the grand terminus of ihe great c!n.c of Railroads from Charleston and Savannah to the M:sisnppi Kiver, the last link of the great chain bemglhe Ndsiiviliii uml .North Western road, which terminates at li ckniau, und is now in course of construction. Its inbu larv country is very large, and embraces the most lerlile nd wealih) ir iuu-,ol W est Kentucky and Tennessee. A .Marine Ra.'Uav auri lock Company has been organized willi fuu.ls oaouh it command to ensure the completion lit' that eutwpriM!, fraught uh so many advantages to the place. Add toihesj to improvements the Railroad and Marine Railway and Dock -the ma.i v other minor improve ments daily uid. uud Hickman tillers inducements to capitalists and business men nt almost every description, not equalled by aiiv place ou the Mississ'ppi River, auslii td H- f - C.V1 LETT, Trustee. The ledger, Philade'phia, Pa ; Republican St. louis, Mo Jounial, IitiuisVille, Kv ; Gazette, Cincinnati, Ohio; Unton and American, Nashville, Tcnn ; Herald, Russelville, Ky Pres., llookmsville, Kv ; Itcporter, Henderson, Ky ; inner. Tre.tti'U. Tenn , will cony the above till das 'of Ue, and lorward bills to this otlice. Huk-nun, Ky.,'.lr. rtT Vf:lVS AND PLOWS in vanely uud uudi VV titv, and of the bet quality may be had ut the Ag- ri-ultnral Manufactory, 7a -Market Teun. street, '.Nashville, mv' In-w "VTI'tJUOES FOR SALE. We hae on hand about 'N THIKTV NEGROES, amongst iliem a very valuable FVMILY. consisuug of a inau 2, bis wire 27, a boy lo, a rirl 7, and agial 5 yeirs old. This lamily r Negroes aio Li for no fault, and come "well recommend wul propel, 1 vouched for. AUo a No. 1 Man, 19 years old, good body .nd dining-ro3m servant. Call v. & ,13.-tf. CHEAT BARGAIN IN LAND. -r V immediate apolication is m ide a great bargain will ibo mve in the following tracts of land, viz: 800 acres ,i White Bend, fnmUng on Hyde's Ferry Turnpike and Cumberland River. 7;, miles from Nashville, 40 acres .cleared, baUnce well timbered-soil mostly good Also " oSacres near the Nolensville Pike adjoining oodsonand jb acres .Nashville. Also 21 acres ad- I f Im.lv to J. B. Moore in White's Bend, or ' auell. j6llN U A R. W. I1ROWN. Cherry-st VV11LI.VS AND E.U BROIDERIES. A ! IVL beauUful issortmeut of Mantillas, Crape Shawls and l Pmbroulerios, which we are ouenus THURSTON A BERNARD, SUNDRIES. - R. STEWART. R. L. "WEAK LEV. .STEWART & WEAKLEY, Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, No. 8 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. SUNDKIES. 6,000 lbs Manola Cordage; 1,000 lbs Tared Cordage; .1000 lbs Cottn Cordage; oOO bags line Sail; 200 " coarse do; 25 hhds Sugar; UK) bags Rio Coflee; 10 bbls Lard Oil; 100 bbls reb'id Molasses; 25doz Corn Brooms; 5 bags Pepper; .10 boxes No. J Soap; Sh reeis pac g l arn; 100 bales Oakum; 500 lbs ass'd Twine; 25 bbls Rosin; 25 bbls Pitch; 50 pigs Lead; 5 kegs bar do; 250 " ass'd Nails; 63 wro't Snikes: 10 " Scotch Soufi; 10,000 Napoleon and Jenny Lind Cigirs; 2.- Doxes manufactured Tobacco; 10 " Smoking Tobacco; 50 ' ground Mustard and Pepj-er; lOdoz Zinc Wash Boards; 200 assorted Dimnjonii; 5 chests' best Imperial and Black Teai; 25 bbls crushed and powdered Sugar; 100 bbls Whisky, various brands-; 25 bags old government Rio ColTee: 50 " ass'd Yarns, from P. Wood's Faclory; 10 kegs Golden Syrup: 20 boxes Summer Candles; 50 " Star do; 50 doz Maton's Blacking; 50 boxes half pint, 1 pint and 2 pint, Flasks; 200 bags Maney's Taole Salt; Indico. Madder, boda. WranDin!? Paner. Conneros. Ver- macilla, Maccarona, Market Blankets, Mops, Catsup, Pow der, Shot, ic. For sale by augl STEWART & WEAKLEY. GROCERIES. Ate-FRESH ARRIVALS. 200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop; zo sacKS iaguvra uouee; 10 bbls ilackerel, DsU ot OS; 20 do crood Java do: 20 klU do; 50 hhds new Sugar; 20 boxes Cod Fish; 50 bbls Molasses; 20 Smoked Ilerrinss; 80 do do; 200 25 do Golden Syrup; 20 ' 20 do Crushed Suean 20 Sardines; gal. qt. jar Pickl es; Lemon Syrup; Pcpi er Sauce; 20 do Powdered do; 10 80 do Loaf do; 5 ba. mtters; lu tierces tiesn Kice; 20 doz nainted Buckets: 50 boxes and half boxes M.10 nests " Tubs; R. Raisins: 5 casks London Porter: 100 drums Smyraa Figs; 1 0 bags Alspice; iu Dags b a Almonds; 20 " Pepper; a easts Pecan .Nuts; 10 " Race Ginger. 2 bbls Brazil do; With numerous other articles in the erocerv line, iust received and for sale low for CASH by o-ecu E. a. (juisatuajh & UO. chajifacneT" K( BASKETS and boxes line Chanipagne;asuperior ur )J tide of tho best brands. Just received and fur si!e by decll E. S. CHEATHAM & CO. FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Aic. 10K CASKS OLD MADEIRA; 5V " Sherrv; 5Jjf " Port;' 10)4 pipes pure Coguac Braadr, old and tine; 20K casks " ' " " 2 pipes " Holland Gin; 2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky; 10 boxes assorted Cordials: For sale by decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. NEW STATE AIAF-IN PRESS AN I WILL, shortlv be publUbed-a NEW MAP OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, of cabinet size, sav 4 bv 6 feet or tin re abouts. The Map is compiled from notes and actual su: veys made and collected during the last four years by IL C. MiKCELL,of Nashfille. No expense or trouble has been spared in celtine nu this creat work, and the nnblic may relv on havinir one of tho most Derfect and heantifnl State Maps ever before published. Anyjnformation that gcntl. men at a distance mav vrb to have engraved on the Map, will ba alien led to b"y ad dressing either U. C. Marceli. or myself at my office in Nashville at any time before December next. fc. A. vi.Mjfc.vr, I'nbltslier. Septl4 eodlm. Cooper's Building, Nashville. TUf Knoxville lLoiUr nleeeonv for one month ihrpp times per week, also Memphis uafe and Knauitrr. and send bill as above. NASHVILLE STEAJ1 STONE WORKS, SAMUEL HASLAM, PROPRIETOR, WAUitrrGnovK, J ErrsnsoN St., Nashville, Tksx. THE subscriber takes this method of returning his most sincsre thanks to his friends, and the public generally, for the patronage he has already received, and would tay to tliem that he is now able to furnish all kinds of cut stone, fencing, capping, sills, steps, c,Kz. r lugging. aawed, uusn Hammered and sett laced. Pkices Sawed, threcinche3 thick ?2 50 per square yard. Bush hammerllve " 2 " Self-faced, two " " 1 " ' Orders thankfuliy received and promptly attended to. I decs ly rrVAKE NOTICE I have now cot mv STEAM JL STONE SAW MILL in full operation, and have quantity of SAWED FLAGGS on hand, and will lav them at J 2 5o per square yard, tor cai,h. And also, my CORN MILL will be found ready at all hours of the day 'to grind corn for customers, at the rate of I'D bushels per hour, at the ordinary prices. junel'54 tt SAMUEL 11AHLA.M. MEDICINES, THAT HAVE BEEN FULLY tested. durin the past year, by many of the most re spectable citizens ot Nashville- The advertiser is permitted to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins, whose servant was cured of a most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J. Collins of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have been cured; twenty cases ot Bone Felon. Mr R. H. Jones's son was cured of Sore Eyes, afte" having been under the treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians for eight months, almost totally b'ir.J. At least one huudred respectable persons in Nashville, and its vicinity, ran be seen who will vouch for the great oeneuis oi ms course oi ireauueui, wiuiom lue use oi uie knife or mercury. Cancer. Scrofula, Rheumatism, I istula. Mercurial Dis eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im purities ol toe blood. Twenty years ef constant Practice, Cftecn in New Orleans. prior to cumin; to Nashville. Those interested, are res pectfully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any charge. Office No 4 1 Union st, near Cherry. novIO ly- B EDWARD THOMAS. UNITED STATES HOl l.L, Cnssvci Siebjt, AbjVe -ouhth, PiiiLAPKLrniA, Pa. r J. MacLELLAN, (late of Jones' Hotel,) has thcX Jm pleasure to inform his friend and the travel-L ling community, that hehosleased this House for a term of years, and unow prepared tor the reception of d'uests. The Local advantages of this favorite establishment are too well known to need comment. The House and rurniture have been put in nrt rate or der; the rooms are large and well ventilated. The Tables svill always be supplied with the best, and the proprietor pledges himself that no effort on his part shall be wanting ; i .t.. rr.tTi.-n oPiT!.v ..i e . lOlllS-Ulue u.ml l.u ci.ii o ciuai iu uuuiiorts iu any Hotel in the Quaker City. (jy7d3m. I'Olt SALE. A BRICK DWELLING, with six rooms, kilchen, . . large brick stable, Ac, No. 67, corner of High -feg and Gay streets. The lot fronts 12. feet on High and -a ' 186 feel on Gay street. Apply at No tW1 Cherry street JOHN L. A R. W. BROWN, je7:tf Real Estate Agents. CRUTCIIER HOUSE. THIS large and commodious Hotel, situated on tho cor. nerof SrHixa adSuiier Strkets, Nasiivilli, Ten nessee, is now newly furnished throughout, and ready for the reception of transient custom. This is by tar the near est Hotel to the Depot, and being in the centre of the city is quite convenient to all the business houses. JO. W. BELL, sept3 tf Proprietor. "VTOTICE. The Copartnership heretof ire existing mi 1M derthe drm of D011VNS A CHURCH and DOBVNS A CO , is dissolved. No one is authorised to collect debts ot the concern but Mr. J. T. Ycarout. sepS-St T.J DOBVNS. aRATIS-JUST PUBLISHED. A NEW DIS COVERY IN MED1CIM'. A ftwwor,Uo,i the ra tional tr&ittiunt, without medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or lcal Weakness, Nervous Dcbilitr, Low Spirits, Lassitude, Weakness ot the Limbs and the Back, Indisposition and Incapacity for Study and Labor, Dullness ot apprehension, Iiss of Memory. Avtrsion to Society, Lovo of aolitude, Timidity, Sell-Distrust, Dizziness, Headache, Involuntary, Discharges, Pains in thoSide, Affection of the Eyes, Pim ples on the Face, Sexual and other lufirmilies in Man. Fromt!ic Fran k ff Dr. IS l)ehimy. The important fart thm. ilu sj alarming complaints may easily be removed wmtour ukd.cink. is, in this sii'all'iaci, clearly demonsttatcl, mid ihe entirely new and highly suc cessful treatment, lis adopted b it.e Author, tolly ex plained, by means of whicli even' one is enabled U furt himstlf ptrfecllt.anl at the Uj't vt-iMe avoiding, theivby. all the advertised notir.ms of the day. Sent, to any address, grans ami post li ee, iu a f enled en velope, by remitting ost paid; sv.o postage sumps to Dr. B. DeLANEV, 17 l.ispentiard siiett, Aew lork. septS fim. sbficiniTifi'tiuKiro AT the iast mtetingof the Dnectnrsol the idgMd Dnd Kentucky Railroad Comj am, the iollowingiesolutions weic-idoptcd: 1. That me ringinw is hereby tliiceted to make, as soon as possible, the hnalloca'ioiHit the rcuteof this inad.inmi lolgeticld thiough Goi dletsville, to Springfield, in Robert son ciuuiy." 2. "'Hia't a cil! of e:ght trtr cant, be rsade upon the stock, pas able in m.inthlv ii.lahnents of two tier cent , to svit.-On ihe id dav t.f Septeo.br, the 2d day ol October, id day of Nuvtmber, and t!,e -Jd tljv f December neit " Payments to be madeat tl.eoCUce ot the Gas L;ght Corn piny. WASIilNlllON BARlsUW, Secrctry and Treasuiei Aug. lfi, 54 eoisv. ' oi' tho K.nud K. R.R. Co. fX)U RENT. A comtort ible house on Spruce streti 3 doors besond Heimimhraiie, coniaining 7 rooirs good kitchen, stablt c Al.o.a small frame hou jeon St n m -r str est beyond Brod st Apply to au12 WM u. BOr D GAVNOIt, MACDONALD A- CO. M and 170 Pearl Street. Ness- Vrt-. O' FFER the TRADE on liberal TERMS of their own Importation and Jlanulacturr, STRAW GOODS SILK and SATIN BONNETS, RIBBONS, FRENCH and AMERICAN FLOWERS, FEATHERS, BONNET LIN INGS, TALIS, Ac, Ac, and a general assortment of Mil, LlN i . i... -... urdet promptly exec-ted. (jyl Em. CABJDS. J. A. DEEBV. S.V. S. Df.EIlV. R.- E. DEKKT. UKEHl BROTHERS. - ALISOKIA LAOTFACTiTBNr, COKPATTYI i Ofice Na. Public Square, NashvillefTehnhssK' maysa twiy. ' GE0CUES, LIQ.0aS, WINES'- &b;" DAVIS di SWANNj AUCTION' & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, TV i. .. i ...... i n..in... ;.. f ; ..r- uiiuicaaji; rU&C3U v-iuuc;riU9, lrilius, Liquors, iC CC. NO. 73, EAST-SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN. TTAVE IN STORE by recent arrivals, and which they uuer lor saio lor casu, at iuu lowest prices, to ,wiu . 875 hhds Sugar, of everygrada from very tine to, all qualities ucion, 650 bags Rio Coffee; . i 2r0 barrels Plantation Molafses; 850 half bbls do Molasses; 5fl bbls Crushed and lWdored Sugar; -CO do Loaf Sugar, No. 1 to No. 6. S50 boxes Vinrinia and Kentuckv Tobacco: With almost every other article in the Groeerv and Li quor line to meet the demands of country and city buyers, whicli they are determined to sell as low as any house in Middle Tennessee. They have also to arrive,' 20,000 Sacks line Salt, which svill be sold in lofs on the Wharf to suit purchasers, at a small tntle advanced on cost. . Country Merchants and others visiting this city to buy Goods in our line, would do well to give us a call before ouyiug eisewuere. DAVIS A SWANN, feb2S b No. 78. Public Square. K. A. JIOlLNK, S. S. WILLIAMS, JNOi A. FISHER. JOHNSON, IIORNE & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Commissionond Forwarding Merchants, and Storers of uotton ana lo Dacca. 'tier of Market and Jiroad XatTiveU-e. Tain. julyS, 1353. PICKETT, HACHUKDO CO.. BANKERS and COOLHISSION MERCHANTS A' A' ir O It LEAKS. WM. S. PICKETT late of tho firm ofPICKETT, PER KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMUKDO, Banker.hav- associaiea uiemseives in Dusmess, will conduct a liaiiuiiig and t.cncral Commission Business, in Hits City, under firm of Pickktt, Macmuhdo A Co. Particular attention paid to the sale o 1 Cotton, and to the Shipment ot Supplies and Merchandise generally. uOS y21 L. H. SIMPSON & SONS, I-POItTE-3 OF Willi's, Brandies, Cigars, Cliuinpaigiies, Arc, AO. I!, 1SKAVKR STREET, NEW YORK. And Reg i.a B.miae. Bqrpkadx. maylG ly. II. F. BELL. TVoIcsala and Eetail Grocer, Dealer in Forcitm and . : - ri T I . . .. u ojuiesuu iijuurs, x.eceiving, orwaro uigantt C'ot25ion Msrchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 28. teb2 . i..JtASKU COMMISSION MERCHANT NO. 13 CARONDKLET STREET, m New Orleans. REFER TO: Gov. A. V. Brown. Nashville. Tenn.: Col.T. II. MrNVill Co;ihoma county, Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark:, S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co., Pulaski, ienn.; jas. -liaione, q., Aineus, Ala. oclM ly. CARTER, THOMAS Ar. HOUGH'S UNITED STATES MAIL LINES OF PB&b- SPLENDID FOUR HORSE COACHES, FOR JACKSON AND MEMPHIS, VIA COLUMBIA, LEXINGTON AND WAYNESUORO. One Hundred miles Turnpike and the balance a bountiful High Ridge Road. T LA Ea Nashville Mondase, Wednesdays and Fri- Ifdaysat Soclo.k, P.M. Apply at General Stage Odice. je30-tt G. II. SLAUGHTER. Agent. A. GAIttlELLE. I LOUIS D LAI CLE. GARDELLE Ac DELAIGLE, FACTORS AND COMillSSIOH KERCHANTS, ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CUARLKsTOX, S. C. JIBERAL advances made on Consienmcnts of Produce. ( Prompt attention paid to Receiving and Forwarding Goods. References: Buslin A Walker, Doughty & Beall, Au gusta; J. Eraser A Co., Charleston. (augl5 6m. NEW BRUNSWICK RUBBER COMPANY svAitniiorsE 100 libertt and 105 cedar street, XEW YORK. "jl MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS 1 JL in all kinds of Rubber Goods, made under Charles Goodyear's Patent, consistingof Men's, Women's, Misses and Children's Metalic Boots and Shoes, Coats, Cloaks, 0eralls, Comb., Stay and Dress Bone, Dolls, Doll Heads, Balls, Toys, Whips, Teething Rings, Syringes, Breast Pumps, c., Ac. The above Company svould solicit a call from their friends and the public before purchasing. jy25 tim JOHNSON LETSON, Pres. LADIES BONNET BOXES' OPENED (direct from Philadelphia,) auother lot of No. 1 Bonnet Boxes. Single and double top Sole-Leather Folio Traveling Trunks, very superior. Black, Russet aud Sole-Leather Trunks, all sizes svith covers. Ladies' Trunks (with Bonnet Boxes inside.) aug-5l RAMAGB A CHURCH, 42 College st. RAGS! RAGS!! RAGS!!! 500,000 Pounds o! Rags Wanted. I WILL pay 3 cents per pound, cash, for all the Cotton, Linen, Flax, Hemp and Tow Rags of all colours, that are delivered at my Paper and Rag Warehouse at the North east corner ot the Public Square. Merchants, Pedlars and all the rest of mankind are soli cited to gather and send meall they can get. may7 ft W. S. WHITEMAN. 1'RESH ARRIVA LS. JUST received per New Orleans, Cincinnati and Pitts burg steamers, the following articles, which we are of fering low for cash. Country Merchants and dealers gene jaliy will do well to call and examine for themselves: 75' bags prime Rio Coll'ee; 50 doz Brooms; 50 do Laguyra do; 1,000 kegs Pure Lead; 200 bbls prune N O Molasses;2iK do No 1 do; 150 W bbls do do; 150 casks best English Soda; 150 hhds Sugars, all grades; 20 bags Race Ginger; Ijoat Uruthed aud rowdered Sugars, an assortment; 25 bags Pepper: It) chests Teas, assorted; 15 do Spice; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 100 boxes M Raisms; 50 boxes Cod Fish; 20 do Herring; 20 bbls Mackerel; loo kits, assorted numbers; 10 cases fresh Sardinei; 25 boxes PickUs, assorted; 5 bbls Brimstone; lu do Alum; 290 bags fine Salt; 1 0 Demijohns,' asi'd sizes; 10 frails Almonds; 100,000 Cigars, var brands; 8U0 boxes prime Cheese; 50 do Quart Flasks; ou oots soda uracKers; 50 do Butter do; Cotton Yams: assorted; 2 gruss Wash Boards; 15uestsTubs; 5 casks Brandy; 8 do Signette Brandy; S do do; 5 do Madeira Wine; 5 do Sherry do; 10 do Port do; 25 bbls SM Wine; 40 14 bbls S M Wine; 25 bbls Holland Gin; 50 do American Brandy; 50 do Old Bour Whisky; 50 do Old Monong do; 150 no I '111 1 do; 25 do Uld liyo do; 50 do Fluted Tumblers, as:200 do Rectitied do; 200 kegs Nails, assorted; 20 do Old Peach Brandy; 5o boxes fine Tobacco, as-SOO reams Crown, Medium, sorted brands and D. C. Paper, 100 ami boxes Raisins, Together with all other articles usually kept in our line. Call at N1CH0L A PEACOCK, aug-21. Corner of Church and Market sts WOODEN WARE, Ate. SUNDRIES JUST RECEIVED. CEDAR Buckets, Pails. Tubs, Piggings, Ac; Well Buckets, Half Bushel Measures; Butter Tubs, Rice Boxes, Sugar Boxes, Ac; Bread Trays, Baskets, children's Cane Chairs; Cocoa Nut Dippers, Grass Mats, Mannilla do.; Churns, Cradles, Floor Mops, Ac. Just received at the Variety and House Furnishing Store of Laug20j MORRISON .t CO. TO MAKE YOUR HAIR CURL ! W O N D E R O V T II E H'ORLDll fpHb gle.st wonder ot the World has at length been uis JL cvered. You cannot make one hair ssite or black, but Mr. Bsroa II. Robb has at length piocured the truth of the great secret after much study, toil and expense, how to nuke the hair curl and ss'ase in the most beautiful and graceful manner for life. The proprietor hat traveled through various parts of Europe for upwards of nine years, in search of the telebrated chemist and physiologist, M. Jaques, and has at length found him in Italy, and purchased of liim the receipt forthe sum of $3,000. All peisons hav ing the most uncouth and coarse looking hair can tnveit ra.is formed iuto the most beautiful and curling appear ance that could be desired. The compositiou of which the ai ncle iscomposed, will not costmore than 50 cents, and but one application is needed to the hair to cause it to curl cud wave in the most uniform and perfect order for Hie. and thus improve the looks and appearance one hundred per cent We now offer this wonderful discovery to the world, for Ihe sum of Jl. Direct all letters to BYRON II. ROBB, F.u-ming!on, Trumbull, county, Ohio, and the receipt will be forwarded immediately to llieperson. All letters must ba post-p-aid to secure uttention. fseptlStdwSm A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. rrHE UNDERSIGNED offers his VALUABLE JL FARM, situated in the county of Madison, 10 miles nnrth-Cu.st from Jacksou. and some 4 miles eastot the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, the same distance from Spring Creek, and contains about 700 acres. Saul Farm has been long esteemed one of the very best in the county, and is located in a healthy section, entirely exempt from the visitation of Cholera. There are 250 ncres cleared land, and a comfortable DWELLING HOUSE a commodious GIN HOUSE and good COTTON PRESS an excellent STABLE, aud other necessary out houses, Th said Farm has a most fertile and productive soil admirably adapted for the cultivation of Cotton, and could 1,0 mA nnrt of the best sojk-farms in West Tennessee, being well svatered svith five never failing Springs, and a lit"itf (fill itpmIt. Any person desirous of purchasing, is invited to examine me premises ano learn 01 uie siustiiuci i . as to terms, Ac. THOSB. FEN N ER. jy2 6mtrtwAw 1MER GHAiN DIZE. DRESS GOODS. No . 'J Union Street. WE are now offering a dew and beautiful assortment of Dress Goods, unsurpassed in the market, consist ing of Plain, Block, Plaid, Striped and Brocade Silks, Chal leys in plain colore, Plaid and Printed Berruges, Printed i Jaconet Muslin and Lawns together with a general assort- Lurutui iae' uooas, Hosiery. I'arasots, Tsnstea fcijfc Mitts, Ac fap26 IST1. GOODS, We are daily receiving from the Lsl Eastern Cities a very large and desirable stock of StaplsA: Fancy.'Dry Goods, of the very latest and hand somest styles, .which we will sell at very low prices Our buJg""i Mr. L. 1). Stevenson, has been tn New York all of the Spring and made arrangements which will enable us to show our customers something new every day, and sve feel confident that tho assortment which we keep is by far the most extensive and the cheapest to be found tn the cityr and we cordially invite 70U to call upon us and see if c are able to realizs.the expectations held out TEVEJiSO Willi'-, marSS .4 59, College St, T A DIES' DRESS GOODS. Plaid and striped . 0110.3, orucaae iiks, Plaid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra quality, Plaid Plain and Figured Berages, Beraee Robes flounced. Miss4 Hmo-e Unhes. Jacouet Robes, flounced. Embroidered Muslin Robes uouuceu, French iiwns and Muslins-rgreat variety, Dotted Swiss, and figured Muslins, Organdie Muslins, French Chintxes, English Chintzes and Ginghams, Linen Cambrics in'great varieties, Sun-Shades and Parasols, A great variety of Fans. STEVENSON & WniTE, mar2S S9. College St. TTMBROIDERIES. The most varied, choice and XL beautiful assortment of Embroideries, we have ever U1U11CU, CUUSlSlUlg Ol 1.; I. : 1 1 - .. . tiegant collars, sleeves, Chemisettes, Collarettes and Sleeves tn Setts. Maltese Honiton Valencienne Plait Lace, and Cambric Col iars and aieeves, Flouncimra and Bands In Jaconet and Swiss Muslins. Scotch s ork Inserting and Edtriuzs in new desiirns. Lace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Yalencienne Laces, xc, c. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 5S, College St. TANTILLAS. We have a large and handsome ts- i.?X sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the novelties of me season, consisting ol Embroidered Anolfcaand Lace trimmed Mantillas. Embroidered Muslin Mantillas, Crape Shawls and I,ce Scarfs. STEVEZsSUJN A WHITE, mar23 59, College St, ENT'S VARIETY GOODS. Blacs and Fancy vji t rencu iotns ana uassimeres; trench Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Yestings, Marseilles Vestings, French Drab de Etcs, Patent Shirts with French Bosoms. Merino Under Shirts, Lisle Thread and Raw Silk do. Linen and Cotton Drass-ers, Lisen Collars, British and German halfhoisery. Summer Cravats, Embroidered Ties. Fancy Silk Cravats, black do, superfine quality, Plain and colored Handkerchiefs. Silk handkerchiefs; Silk Suspenders, Alexander's Kid Gloves. Silk do.. Thread Gloves, Linen do, Ac. Silk and Gingham Umbrellas. STEVENSON A WHITE. mar23 5it. Collcce St T rOUSE KEEPING GOODS Rich fciltiu Du- JULi . mask. Embroidered Muslins Curtains. Lace Curtains, Cotton Damasks, 10-4, 11-4 Linen and Cotton Sheeting, Pillow Case Linens. AcAc. Linen Table Napkins, Fruit do, 15 dozen colored Border Damask Towels, White and Colored Marseilles Quilts, Gilt Cornices da, Pins aud Bands, Cords, Tassels, Gimps, Fringes. Curtains, Drops; Ac, Ac. TJiV0 4 WHITE, mar23 5!. College SL 1854. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. LANDE & ELSBACH. Wliolcsalc mul Retail DEALERS IN BEADY MADE CLOTHING, WE have the pleasure of informing our friends and the public geny ally that we are now in receipt of the largest and most complete Stock of Clothing ever brought to this city. Every garment was selected in presence of the junior member of the firm in the Eastern cities, who paid particular attention, not only to the material but to its superior manufacture, cut and shape. Residents of this city and those visiting here may be assured that they can be suited in price, quality and superior fit. COUNTRY MERCHANTS Will please look through ourstock before buying elsewhere, as we purchased our goods at the very lowest figures, und are determined to sell for CASH or to PROMPT CUS TOMERS at a very small advance, and thus make ittolheir merest to buy of us. Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits.' We have also received a large Stock of Gentlemen's furnishing goods su ch as Shirts, 'Kerchiefs , Stocks, Ac We also inform our friends and the public that we have on hand a very large assorted stock of the latest styles of Silk, Fur, Cashmere, Brush, and Beaver Hats; also chil dren's Fancy Hats and Caps; unsurpassed in quality, btyle and lowness of price. 1j.2 lid X l,UAUll, Hat and Cap Manufacturers, aug3l Nos. 4S and 50 Market street. H. & B. DOUGLAS & 00., No. 54 Pcbuo Sqcake, N'ASuvitLE, Tens. DEALERS AT WHOLESALE IN Foreig-a and Doisaestic DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, BOOTS, SHOES, BRO GANS, UMBRELLAS, Ac- WE have in Store, and are now arranging tor sale, tno most extensive and the cheapest Stock of New and Desirable Goods adapted to Fall and Winter Sales, ever offered by any House in the trade of Nashville. We are anxious to sell where payment is certain, and will make prices and tern s entirely satisfactory. We will purchase Feathers, Ginseng, Reeswax, end Wool, and barter for Linsey, Jeans and Socks at their highest market value. H. A B. DOUGLAS A CO. aug24 3m u sv- o K. H. BKOCKWAY, Wanufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Clothing-, No. 71. Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. MY Stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING is now complete, embracing every style and ipiahty to be found in any Northern or Eastern Market. N?? Country Merchants will find it much to their inter est to call and examine my SI O CR. I will guarantee as regards prices, to duplicate any uiu purcnasea on ttie usu al terms, in Philadelphia, New York or Boston. I manu facture all my CLOTHING; therefore, the Country Mer chant making his purchases of me is buying of first hands and of course is paying the fiist profit made thereon. W hile on tbe otner nana snouia ue mane uis purcuases oi CLOTHING manufactured in the East, in this, or any other Western or Southern market, I learefor him tojudgi whether he is paying the cond or third profit upon this article of Eastern manufacture. f A moments renectai will doubtless convince all, R. II. BRO0KWAY. Mushville, August 22, 1S"4. It DYE Ai BARNES, WAREHOUSE AND C0MIISSi0N MESCHA NTS, CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND REYNOLDS STS., Accc-ia, Ga. f"Liberal cash advances made on Consignments of Cot ton and other produce. REFER Hon. John P.King, " Charles J. Jenkins, " Andrew J. Miller, " William Schley, B. It. Warren, Esq , TO 1 Augusta, Ga. t. e. .sietcait, r.sq , Messrs. T. Richaids A Son " Banett A Carter, " D. B. Plum & Co , J J. J. Howard, Esq , Cartersville, Ga. Messrs. Grenvilie A Sample, Chattanooga, Teun. Dr. Paul. F. Eve, Nashville, Tenn. aug4 IwGm NEGROES FOR SALE. TTTE have TWENTY-ONE LIKELY Y VV GROES. iust from the countty. low for cosh. Also a likely Girl, 15 yearsold, which wewill sell on a credit of tour months (septl) ia s run. ir.it. O III RTS. Received this day, a large assortment of C3 SHIRTS, French svove anil l.inen ttofoms. we in vite all to examine our stock, and warrant every shirt sve sell sept'JJ Mil KS A ilctiil.L. TTT!RES THAT TOBACCOl-oO boxes Lane. JJLhorn A Armstead's celebrated Chewing Tobacco, received per Railroad and for sale by sentu McCREA ATF.RUAFS. TRON AXLES, -2v0 seittrom 1 to o incues for JLsale by McCREA A TERRAS? M .1 ACK ItKl.l.. 100 bbls Nos. 1,2, and ;i, in siure and for sile bv JUcliA tkh.k. 7LOUR. 100 bblsLcgau Mills for sale by septl4 McCREA A TERRAS3. A LE. 50 bbls Ale in store and for sale by sept!4 McCREA A TERRASS. INSURANCES. THE UNITED HREMEN'S Insurance Company of Nash. viile. Capital $1O0,OOO, Chartered by tbe State. This Company is now in success . nil operation, ana is prepare, to take risks on Buildings. Goods. and Wares and Merchandize, against. LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. Also, on Goods, Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes gen erally, against the Seas, Rivsits, and Ixlixo Tbassfokta tiov. unon as favorable terms as anv Offica in the Citv. Office No. 25, on College street, opposite the Sewanee "ouso. ju tusvAiiua, rresiaeni. Jons S. D.ssiiikll, Secretary. myI3 tf PS0TECTI0M INSURANCE COMPANY OF MASH- VIIiLE, CAPITAL $100,000. THE COMPANY being fully organized under it Char tcr, granted by the Legislature of Tennessee, is now prepared to issue Policies against loss or damage by Fire nn If..;iJl n 1. TIT J tf I ) ' ,1 wu umimu3, uuuus, iv arcs, u-iu itr(4tiDMtse geaeraiir. ALSO. On shipments against loss or damage by Seas. mrers, or iniana rrunsponaiion, on me most tavoraot terms. Llfn 5inrl nrrrn PntTToa rrmnlail al ran.nl nfM Sir Office No. 81 Public Square, upstairs over W.T. ierry jo.H JJ0OK Store. DIREOTORS. Samnel Seay, K. J. Morris, L. U. Lanier, D. D. Dickey, L. A. Lanier, 3. F. Demoville, C. M. Nichol, W. H. Gordon, Hu. Donglas, IL B. Mo.ris, II. S. French, R. N. Williams, P.W.Maxey, T. 0. Harris, A. J. Duncan. SAMUEL SEAY, President. Isaac Lmox, Secretary. bws fmy7 tf. TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PAQ ..CAPITAL 8150,000. OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL A LO'S. EXCHANGE OFFICE. They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of everv de scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and on sea vessel and other cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President. Jossm aclx, Secretary. Directors. Alex Allison, John M HilL F B Foee.G M Foz. James Correy, Jno M Bass, Joseph Woods. Samue Seay, Matthew Watson, J J White, Jacob McGavock. jam THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. O' FFICE ever Sheapard A Co's. Excha Office, wfll insure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE, Houses, Meicbandize, Ac., Ac, Ac, against Lots or Damage by Fire: Steamboats on anv of the Western waters acainst the Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of every description against me rents ot toe seas and Hirers. Also, the Lives of persons in (rood health, for a single year. for a term of years, or during life. Also, BankNotes trans mitted per maiL All persons having their lives or property insured in this Institution, are entitled to afull participation in all the prof its, svithout any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre miums which they may pay. 21. s. r-i.iiutii, -resident, J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President. C. J. F. Wharton, Secretary. janl " IO COI'I'EE 60 bags Rio Coffee for sale to arrive L per E. Howard, by W. U. GORDON A CO. mar22 '54. CLOVER SEED 15 barrels Pennsylvania Clover Seed for sale to arrive per Ainericus by mar.a ss . n.uuituu.i uu. WRAPl'ING PAl'EH. 100 BUNDLES East Tennessee Wrapping Paper, for sale by jan5 W. II. GORDON A CO. ALUABLE IRON WORKS AND FARM FOR SALE. OWING to the feebleness of the subscriber's healtn, he offers for sale his Iron Works and Farm. 1st. Tbe Farm on which he now resides, in Williamson county, about 11 miles from Nashville, containing abeut 550 acres of land which cannot be surpassed for beauty or fertility of soil. As a "Grass Farm," it is too well known to require any description. The bui!dins are of superior finish. There is plenty of stock water the svhole year round Little Uarpeth river runs through it. Also, the following- tracts of land ore banks, furnaces and forges: 1st. JACKSON FURNACE together with about 3.000 acres of land. 2nd BELLVIEW FURNACE with all its ore banks. and privileges, and timber, with between three and four thousand acres attached, welt timbered and watered. 3d VALLEY FORG svith upwards of 3.000 acres ot land well timbered, and on it the best water power in this or any othercountry. 4th. I will also sell a first-rate Water-Power at the Nar. rows of Harpeth. svith a tunnel already excavated, and about 13 acres of land attached. Also, all my Water Powers and Ore Banks on Mill Creek. in Hiekraon county. 1 have also an Ure UanK on Duck River, which is very rich in quality and inexhaustible. Anv one svishinir to nurchase will please call nnnn the subscriber or address him it Good Spring P. O., William son county, when he will make known the terms, Ac. aug3 Sm AIUMUOAIERY BELL. STOP THE RASCAL I rpWENTY-FlVE DOLLARS REWARD, for a man who JL calls himself Orival Evbettk, who came to my house in February last, and set in to svork for me, and remained with me until lost Saturday evemn: be then took mr horse, saddle, bridle and blanket, and made his escape, and has not been heard of since. He is a small man, of rather yellow complexion ; about five feet six inches high ; he is a thin visage J man, with a yellowish hazel eye, and a tolcra- ii.i i : . l : : . . : l . . 1 i 1 ... Die large nose ; uis iur is sirigut ana oiac, wun some few gray hairs ; he says that he is 25 years old ; he is a mild spoken man svith but few words; ho said that he was aised in tt lenncssee, and ins lather lives In Koane county. East Tennessee. The horse that he carried away as a young Day norse, two years old : aoout htteen and a half hands high, with a bald face, and hind feet white a lit tle above the quarter joints : be has a black main and tail. and is rather a brown bay; he is of the Tom Hall pacing stock, ana can pace very wen; ne is unaltered, and shod before svhen hs left. 1 svill eivo the above reward to any person who will bring me the man and the horse, or either of them, or se cure either of them, and givo me information so that I can get them. S. J. KITTRELL. ieoanon, wuson county, ienn. JJo:ti FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLES TON AND SAVANNAH. On and after this date, the Articles as enumerated below, w ill be sent through to Charleston or Savannah, at the prices affixed to each article: Cotton, per bale of 50i lbs. or less $4 25, and 85 cents for 100 lbs. for excess of over 500 lbs. Tobacco, hhds., per 100 lbs, 80c Poik iu bbls., " " tl 00 Bagging and Rope, " tl 00 H. L ANDERSON, Sup't iulyi tt Supt. Transportation. E STRAY. DICKSON COUNTY. Taken up by JohnC. P'ckett, living in District No. 11, Dickson county, Tenn-a black MARE MULE, 2 years old about 13 hands high of a light color around the mouth and eye--; no brands or marks perceivable. Appraised on 22d September, 1854, to $50 00. TU03. C. MORRIS, septus siw nanger. ESTRAY DICKSON COUNTY. rrUKEN UP by Lucinda Tatom, living in lh J First District. Dickson county, Tennessee, on Pine River, a SORREL HORSE, 12 or 13 years old, about 17 hands high, blaz.-d face, left eye out, has a short tail, both hind feet white to the pastern joint, slightly crest-fallen, and shod all around. Appraised ou tno I4tn ot august, i34, to zo uu. sepll 3t THO. C. MORRIS, Ranger. 1 H4. 1854. 1854. Fall nnd Winter Trade. JOHN K. HUME, NO. 57 COLLEGE STREET, IS now receiving his supply of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY. GOODS, comprising every kind and quality of Uoods suitable for the approaching season, which have been selected wi h great care, and purchased at EXTRA ORDINARY LOW FIGURES, ami will be sold to punc tual and cash buyers at prices to suit the pressure in the Money Market. All are respectfully invited, as GREAT BARGAINS can and w ill be ofTercd. septs JOHN K. HUME. ADAMS A FROST, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Adger's North Wharf, CHARLES10N. SOUTH CAROLINA, FFER their services to the Planters and Merchants of V Tennessee for the sale of Cotton, Tobacco, Corn, lla con and othe. produce, and beg leave to refer to the follow ing gentlemen of Nashville : V K. Stkvexso.v, ) Jonxsox A Weaver. N.E. AllosvayA Co., f J. A, McAllister A Co. S. P. Alwox. tunel4 tf. BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS. R1 1CH Plaid POULT DE SOU; " Sat. De -tune; " " alencios; " " Poplin's new article; " Plaid Cashmeres; ' Tartan Plaids; Black Dress Goods great variety; EMBROIDERIES AND LACES Venece Point Collars, Venece Point Sleeves; Sarplie Collaretts and Sleeves. Everyfhing new in svay of Embroideries and I.aces, 1 svould respecffully call attention to n.y stcck of ir. Mil ss-fwu. i vn sn.tr nRKS HOODs. T. Im.K vl'iM AYmt wit nfliara nrp ards beauty, variety and cheapness. ' JOilNK. HUME. rtUACKEltS.-Soda. Butter and Water Crackers, Kj made every day. auglS. J. JuaUj, Jr. T OAF BREAD. Iam now selling an excellent arti- j de of Loaf-Bread (made trom n.w wueai uouriai rfdueed prica. augio. j,iiuj,i, MISCELLANEOUS. CELEBRATED WORKS, BY DB, CBING. OF LONDON. UXIFORII EDino.V. 1' THE Church before tbe Flood. 1 vol 12mo .. BenedictKins, or the Blessed Life. 1 vol. imo. Yoices of the Night. .' " Voices of the Dead. .." " Lectures on the Apocalypse, 9 series. - " ' ' Lectures on Bonunisml , ." The Tent and the Altar. . - " " Lectures oa the Miracles. " Lectures on Daniel. Lectures oa the Parables. . " For sale by fang 16. CHARLESTT. SMITH. $?T.UHKij' Countty MerchanU and. LJ School Teachers are inriu &:h(K.lBooksandSUtionery;i,eb, lowest prices by tbe dozen or single copy. ' viUAa.'WiHiirrH, - nt College treet. WEBSTER'S SI'ELLER-S -Uy the doxen-low est prices. For sale by CHAS. W SMITH UT-'- l Allege .street. TNKS, Slates, Steel Pens, Pencils, Inkstands, Slate, I'en- a.cns, wopy xioocs, inaia ttuooer, quills, renaqicers, i;u ten, raper, sand, At, Uo. t or sale by anga. CUAS. W.jlTH NEW BOOKS. LIFE AND ITS AIMS-ldeal and Actual. ' Stories of the Irish Peasantry. Mrs. UalLQ- aaiesoi uid limes, trom the (jerman. Sketches of Genoa, Pisa and Florence. French Revolutions. By Readhe-ad. S vols. Select Writings of Robert Chambers. 4 " Chambers' Paper for tho People. 6 ' Chambers Miscellany, bound. 10 A further supply of the I ampllrtter. For sale by augzz. 11A1U.3 w. Slum. 41 College street. W. K. CORNEOUS. D. SV. DORRIS CORNELIUS A DORRIS'. CHEAP PURNITUIvE DEPOT. NO. 20, COLLEGE STREET, Nashville, Tennessee. TMIE subscribers have now in store and JL will cons'antly keep a large and good grfe assortment of all kinds of CABINET FUK.3" NITURE. CHAIRS. CLOCKS. ClIKAXDOLKS. Kt'RIM: HAIR, MOSS, COTTON and SHUCK. MAT TRASSES . uurstoct at present consists in part of Rose Wood and Mahogany Pnrlor Setts; uo ao do uo Uhambcruo. , Oak Jo do; Enameled Cottage do do; Mahogany, Walnut, Rose Wood, Cherry, Elm and Poplar Bedsteads, of all kinds; ' Breakfast, Desert and DiniugTablcn; Walnut, Oak and Mahogauj .Extension Tables; Wire and Tin Safes. Rose Wood, Mahozany. Cherry. Walnut. Oak and Pod lar Wash Stands; Hat Itacks, Towtl Racks, Centre Tables, Rcckinz Chairs, of every variety. What Nots. of all kinds. Rose Wood. Mahoirany. Cherry. Walnut. Oak and Pod- lar Wardrobes Chain! Chairs!! Windsor, Spindle, Scollop, and Scroll Tops; Wood Seat Chairs; Every variety ot Cane Seat Chairs; do do Hush do; do do Straw do; Split Bottom Chairs; Bamboo Chairs (.fall kinds; Y illow Wagons and Chairs. Clocks! Clocks !! Our stock of CLOCKS is large, and consists of al most every variety. Wakeaxted to keep ouod Time. We respectfully invite the public to eive us a call, as we are determined to sell as low as any bouse in the city. Kv err article sold by us will be warranted to be made and fin ished in the best manner. We are still manufacturing FURNITURE and all kinds of MATTRASSES, to order. UblJ r UKN1TURK REPAIRED and YAKNISHED at the shortest notice. We take trreat pains in packinir Furniture forthe country and tor shipment. Undertaking t3 Our Uxdesta-IXO Defabtxknt will rr , ceive our strictest attention, will be personally' attended to by one of the firm. tJ We hare the sole Agency foi the sale of "FISK'S METALIC BURIAL CASES," in Middle Tennessee, and are prepared to furnish Undertakers and others on favora ble terms. CORNELIUS A DORRIS, july2l tf No. 16 College streeL FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! ! TnE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE MANUFAC TURING COMPANY have now on hand an increased stack of home-mada Furniture, and with their incrensed stock of material to make Furniture will be able to keep a good assortment of Furniture for the Nashville Market. Purchasers will find it to their interest to give them a call at the Depot No. SS North Market street, or at the Factory Buildings, College street. College HilL R. H. GR00MES, Pres't. Wx. L. Naxcb. Secretary. R.II.A BENJ. GROOMES keep constantly on band good Hearses and horses, and are prepared to do the un dertaking business in all of its various branches, at all hours, at their old stand. South Market street. No. 110. Benj. Groomes will give his entire attention to the same. aug29 3m. J. H. CURREV, CABINET -TAKER, AND TO) DERTAXER . BEGS LEAVE to inform his friends and the public eenerally. that he keeps constantly on hand Coffins of every description, from the plainest servants to the fine Metalic air-tight and air-exhausted Cof fins, the best now in use for preserving the Corps; together with good Hearses and Horses, and everything necessary for burials. All orders ieft at my ware-room. No. 51 Cooper's Building. Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both day or I1.4 nt . r . t, f.ITl" I DISSOLUTION. BV mutual consent the partnership heretofore existing between Nichol, Peacock A Co in the Grocery and Commission business, is this day dissolved, Mr. John F. Sun d erson retiring from the concern. The business will hereafter be conducted by Charles M. Nichol and James Peacock, under the style of Nichol A Pea cock, who alone are rested with full power to collect and pay debts due to and from the late firm. CH AS. M. NICHOL, JAMES PEACOCK, aug 22, '54. JOHN F. SANDERSON. Bit. J. W. GRAY ""VFF1CK No. 9, Cherry street, opposite Judge Catron's and next door to Dr. B.W. HalL Residence Cur Hotel. jan2 '54 tf. JA'S Wil. WORN. IMPORTER and dealer in fine London, Liverpool, and Geneva Watches, of the most celebrated makers, No. S01 Cbesnut street, Philadelphia, has constantly on band some cf tbe finest watches that can be iound in the city, comprising chronometers, which are perfectly adjusted for the dilferent changes or temperature and waraanttd perfect time-keepers. Dupte and Patent Lerer Watches in Hunting and Open-face cases, which wili be sent to ant part of the Union, securely packed, at prices varying as fol lows: Chronometers, from $100 to $300 m Gold Cases; Dupee, " 50 to 200 Levers, " 25 to 200, some in magic cases; Ipines " is to 50 Silver Levers, " 16 to 45. J. W W. havinir bad many years experience in some of the largest manufacturing houses in London, can-guarantee the correct peiformanceofall watches purchased fiom him, as no watch u offered for sale until thoroughly examined. All description of watches property repaired ou the pre mises, No, So4 Chesnut St., Philadelphia. an3 ain. I3r Beautiful White Teeth, Ilctttthy c:n-, nnd a Sweet llrcnth. All who are desirous Of ootam- in those benefits, should use Ten w i vv nn vim itch Tim nt u-n This deiiciousartic!ecomttuts.'tii:iy m ritunum rn! ities, that it his now become a stand rd favorite wiili the citizens ot New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore Dent ists prescribe it in their practice most euciesafoLy, aud from every source themoslllatteringlaudationsare award ed it. Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately ben efitted by its use; its action upon them is mild, toothing and effective. It cleanses tho teeth so thoioughly ILU they are made to rival pearl in wbltenes, and ditluse threugli the mouth such a delightful freshness that the breath is rendered extremely sweet. It disinfects all those impuri ties which tend to produce decay; and, as a consequence, when these are relieved the teeth must alwats remain sound. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Druggist and Chemist, Philadelphia. Sold wholesale and retail by W. F. GRAY, Nashville And by all Druggists, at only 25 twenty-five cenU per bottle. faogO 8m R, C. M'NAIRY & CO., No. 55 College st., Nashville. Tenn, ARE now receiving their FALL STOi K OF NEW GOODS, to which they would respectfully invite the attention of the public. Embroideries. They have now opened forsale.the handsomest and moat varied assortment of Embroideries ever brought toNash yille! IrwUch he ladies would do well to select early. Silk Goods. Ribbons, Trimmings, etc., Will surpass all previois displays. Carpets. In a few days they win receive a ncu uuu hi c sjt- .i. . Td.il- ifv.k in this deoartment.will be $10,000. .kn. n DO Also of every thing in their line of business they will keep a constant supply of the best quality" at the lowest price. Desiring to close their Summer stock before going into their New Store, they are selling below cost. Let all who desire good bargains give them a call. aug!8-tf SELLING AT ctfsT WALKING CANES, MEER CUAUM PIPES, Ac. We are selling the balance of our stock of the'above articles at' cost, to close but. Any one in wont of them would do well to cll at aP7 LYONS & CO'S, 1? Cedar St- BUYGOODS, &C:' T. ASD.ESOX. -b SV. D. MCLAXAHAX. St M?IP! Wk'dT M!UB5(- WH(lr,rlHJ nr'sinnc i.- -B-. -.-.-, u.u.u ix nri a r ? Bay ou-j a3.3.ai. - v . - - vJIATS, CAPS,nEroYADf?LOTII. 50. -II Pulilic Sinarr XalKvHIe, Tenneaste: HAVE opened their NEW WHOLESALE riav G0ODlIOU3E.and ar.ncwreceivibgkiST IS, and desirabksjoekpf Goods, sat'ted. to the Fall and AV ter seasons, wliich lhy are prepared toollir. to ifie trade on tbe mast reasonable tert ' Having just commenceii basiness, our entire Stock U new, consequently of the latest styles ar.d natteras. IT.t.. jng. therefore-a trade to boild up, we cn 'asu.- ihoso wipic w uuniu tu3 w , iiu iu vim oma is. lo their interest' to give ma cltt and examine oaf sWk Bfre" pur chasing ewSensras we sbait bold ont in amenta, that Will pn. ve to tliem that we mtead iu seli che .p. n- -m "l j. A. & CO. iie v purchase at '.he -.'guest muket va.Ba Itatters, eS"3 jfs!D V.'ooJ, Jea;:s, L a-cy and Soeii. t. '&w.imu & so,, Foreis-R jwA Dossestic DRI (JOODS, BEADY-3IADE CL0TUTNR UK Sstou lor the tali uiwr cwfptete. j3.7iB2.je. anr in iVnhvilff. In Keaily-JIadc CloUiing-as well m tbe whole Stock we know that we wiii irira sautraoticn Iwth in Styles and Prices. Having purchased thete Goods at the very lowest figurei, we are determinid tn fell for Ch- or lo prompt an J responsible -lerchanH at a vry small advance, aad thus rntko it to tneir interest to bay of us. angaT m T A V KAKIN A CO. FALL AND WliNTtfiR T.'l DE. MEW OOODSS! AT EXTRAORDINARY lOff PRICES I f AT JOH?T K. HUME'S. JOHN UUMJ: HAS JUST RETURNED FROM he Eastern Cities, where li andWintcrSiocfc at vivrccedehted Lnif rtmf.i mnA .ill sell them at small paorrrs to suit pressures in tbe money market, c. He iurites u I to call early, as bargains wiu bu offered to cosh and punctual dealers! is epl S FALL, I-IIFORTATIONS SQUARE. Trfi-t-i a-r.-r.Tr. '.;t--t-. WE are now receiving and svtll have in store byi the middle of August our entire stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY norms to which we invita tho careful attention cf Merchants tkh. endiy. We particularly invite those baying for cash or oa short time to emine our stock and prices. Our success in conducting a business on the CASH AN D SHORT TIME PROMPT PA 1 SYSTEM, attishes t that it is entirely practicable, and that there is & Ian c! ot buyers, svho, closely studying their best interests, are now acting upon that system. Cash and shobt tlme sales enable us to keep our means in rapid use, and thereby greatly to reduce Iho proU ra- ijuireu 10 susiain a uusiness preaicaiea en long credits. an aauuiu- uj oar purcuaees, we win navo u laigs let of Goods on cocsignmeut, embracing various brands f Cot ton Yarns, and over 00 bales BROWN DOMESTICS, Drillincs. Ac., of all crudes aud prices. There cihU offered freely to the tade in general, regardless o." whether other good are bought or not. Iy2tf. DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO. X-iT" All kinds of Barter taken in exchange &r goods, or sold for customers without charge. WHOLESALE DEiLEiW IS STRiW GOODS. NO. 50 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLK. THE attention of Merchants is respectfully invited to our extensive Fall and Winter supplies of the above Goods, which are now arriving and wt bo complete by Our purchases ore made exclusively of ma&ufeoturers', and svo are determined to compdto successfully in pricea svith New York and Philadelphia jobbers. Our ability to do this will not be denied by any candid man who will take tbe trouble to investigate the matter and compnto our advantages with those of eastern houses. Our stock n ill be unusually large and varied, and bny ers may rely on finding with us everything in our liiw aJuptjd to the wants of the trade, at as low prices as can bo found in this or any other market. GARDNER, SHEPHERD A CO. The usual produce of the country. Wool, Femh.-rn, Gin seng, Ac, taken at the highest market value in vxebanga for goods, or in payavnt of debts. jy3 H (j S.iC). 185.. NKT lLVlTloltTATlONsT i XZi'. J ASMS N1CJIOL, NO. 20, OK T11KSQCAK,3 DOORS THOU COL-FOE ST. JS now receiving and opening for the Spring tnuieaa as sortment of Silk", Fiiitcy and Single 0"ohIn, that for extent, variety and ncfi-'ess, will -toi-ium any toclc that he has ever cflered in Ibis market, the wsortnient baa been purchased on the moat favorable terras m tin vaiio a K ASTERN JIARKLTS, and will beolTered at a very smalt advance oa stem Costs, to cash buyers or punctual customers. The Stock will embrace the (btlosring articles in tver .vsrie: l)rcs Fabrics, liinbiiiirio.; Ribbons; Laces Gloves; I.iuneiis: White Goods; Clothes; Cassimeres; Vestings, Ac, c, t wbich will ba made constant additions, by tbe arrival ut vry Slramer, thereby enabling him to present to tboiw hrimn bim vith a caB, one of the largest and most daurub.V aviscuuo tit ar ticles in his line to be found in tins citv. Nashvil le, March 1 5 '54 OT jToeeetson, No. 45, Collrgc Street, Nashville, .VTine,ee. WHOLI-LaLL ANDKfcl'AJL DLaLKK. IS BOOTS, SIIOKS, HATS, AN1 IRUNK.SI IAM nuw receiving direct trout tue uun 9jfoved Eastern Manafjctories the Isrge'. best, ana most complete stocks of above articles tl.at I h-ive ever of fered, adapfcl to tiie Fall trade, to which I lavtie tbo at tention of purchasers. Finding it impraetieiljl t rjait the trade, ns 1 profvised to do IaM Spring, I hue re eatered ttith a large assortment, determined to give pjK bargains. aug26 if. A. B. ROBERTSON. II 0 R G- A A" & " 0 0., 2r UJ-tX--ZO s zt..: ARE iu riuupt oi cieir i LL iJifon i . I which cmbnue -n ur.ii.iat v-rietv o; :i e 1a's4 MJtes of lihr.-S AN!) l'AM'l t;OODS. Their stcffc 4 keavr WOOLLENS and M'AI'LF. GOODS ... venr ttm let and c-r, SBtl v tecte i. 51 iKCIIAN i'S will find it to thrir iutr.it miiia th i ci. before buj itj; elewLr.. aa . ttir are prepared I . i ir.:r ihun erir :i.d JCtnieol.'. all,-..'. I m. F URN ITU R K I 31 ATTK liSSHS ! I I'l ANOS 1 1 ! JCT received a. line awort.e-t of Ud-a!SS5 steads. Bureaus Wire and Tin Safes,feS-HSJ ..(.. S..r. limits ltnaafst. IhniBir. Cen- tre, Side, and Work Tables, exiensxm iao;e ,c. viarg ot of Wardrobes, Chairs, of H kinds. Wind w Shade-, flocks an asonmet of L Gilberts entire Iron-framed Piano Carpeting, Oil Clu'h.A- lattresses. Shuck, iloiw. Cotton and Curle.1 Hair SpriDg Mattrese-, kept on band and made to order, and naraaDted. VB tho time for tluse wanting anv articles in iry line to buy cuttr roit Cs, or approved paper u. JlonXOX. :-,2tf 4.". Union street. " " WALL rAJ'Ull. ON HAND, a line assortment of Wall Paper of the latest and most fashionable styles, for Parlors, lfll. ims Rooms. Ac., at ,l- S UUliU-l, Nashville Wall Paper Store, No. 2o College st. N. B. Paper Uangingpromptly attended to, warranted done ir the best manner. BBg20- "FUirNisiifNG T:boDs: " WE are now opening our Fall and Winter Stock of Furnishing Gooifet. It consist of everything new and elegant in our line. We respectfully ask all to give us call. !r5 MYERS A McGILL. TURKU HUNDRED DOLLARS ItEH'AltB. T AN AWAY from the subscnberabroit tiie Haiti 1 ViAu;ust, isvo negroes, JOK HALL and Jin ; BURRIS. Joei$ablacknegro,about2tyearoM. ;- r . - i. : 1. i, k..l i flMhr. wei!lS about 180 lbs. has a. scar on oDe of his cheek bones, causeu by a bum, can read and write. Jim VZ .CZitn 1 ..t ir ii - lnt ihe eves, about BO M'nSSS." "'Treyb'Ted the "Bank 'J?f0 f'Z free papers with them, negroes, J, P'",X be tras oi ig underthe con It is ly probable "f f?a T t, a&e nv&ri wiU tbGJd SPt Office, Wi-iamscn County Tennessee xepo tf. - : in i'S ;RAS SUED. TTi IFTT BUSUEI- just reo'd and fer s'e br JD J?w' EWIN BR0TH-S8. A- AHJ30X H,L such as Iulie' Ores f.'ootl-., Trimmin-s, Km broidericsi lClbbonff. Talmas, Cloaks, JI:Iutle. Ac., we feel confident that the .stock i,ru i, guncan, urnm NO. 70' PUBLIC MOES7 MATS AXD H I 1