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70L. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1854 : v. rrf. -V" ' NO 399 r jJNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICK Nos. 9 and 1 1 , Deuderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished o subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one tear in advance. t'2 SO; within the year$S 00; at the end if the year f 4 Oa Clues Of five and upwards $2 00 ,jer copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re cetred lor six months at the foregoing rates. 1" .a TKI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdty iiiu ouiuiuu. uv o per uuuuui in auvauce: ii uw. lkuu u d ranee, $6. Hie DAILY is published nl Fjht Dollars. rrf"THE MONEY I KLL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SURSrTtTiTIfiX.a ret eoiiliances of subscription mar ba Made by mail at out risk. I apcr will be esnt out of the State unless tho order Is e- rompamcd with we case. ENraULISH CATTJLiE. 'PO Agi icsliural Societies and others requiring the best L Hived CUtle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HOUSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, ivith Devons, Hereford's, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. . ALSO. Fine Southdown, Cots wold's and Licester SHEEP. . AlriO. Suffolk, Essex and Berkshire SWINE. Im sorted on Commission br Messrs. TH03. BETT3 A BROTHERS. Every information with regard to terms and shipments )t Stock to America, will be strietl j attended to by apply- tig to L. ij. rusTH.VN-, aanville, ienn. ijes FOX A; POLIIK.UUS, 59 Broad Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Ofir for .Safe the following Heavy Cotton Fabrics: T.TKW."ENRT.ATm flfiTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all i numbers, hard and soft: also all the various widths cf Janvassmanutactureu at ttus estaotisnmeni comprising ev iry variety known to the trade, and offered at the lowest ntcs. UNITED STATES PHOT DUCK Woodbarry and ilount Vcnion Extra. A full assortment of this superior abric WILLIKAirTIC COTTON DTTCK 16, 13, 20 and 22 Jich, all numbers, hard and soft. This fabric was awarded Ae highest Premium at the London World's Fair, also at ur own State Fair. SHIP AND BEAE MABK DUCK Plain and twilled, Manufactured by the Greeowood's Company, a superior ar icte for light sails, tents, awnings. Ac; also, Mount Ver soa Twilled I livens. Howard Ravens, Pioneer and Phcanix Hills; Light Cottoa Ravens, plain 22 to 27 inch; Heavy, do. lu. COTTON SAIL TWINE A full assortment. i'AP.PABLINS, HAMMOCKS, STUFFS, Ac. PAPER FELTING SO to 72 inch, made very heavy, xprosaly for drier felts. CAR CQYEMNG Cotton Canvass, all widths, from SO o HJ inches, and all numbers, made expressly for cover tig aud roofing railroad cars, is perfectly and permanently mer-proof, and more enduring than the car itself. ENAMELLING CANVASS 80, S3, 40, 45 and 50 inch !aiii aud twilled, in every variety. BAGS AND BAGGING 01 every description. Seam ess Bags, woven whole, all size, in bales of 100, 200 and J00; coiubi-iing strength, utility and cheapness, for grain uid meal, arc unsurpassed. Alio, heavy Cotton Sacking, 40 inch Canvass, 8 thread Yarp aud Filling, heavy twilled, do. do., 20, 22, 40, and SI ii.ch. WOOL SACKS Woven whole all sties, a new and desira- ile article. feb-25'51 lyd. 'HILADELPHIACOLLEGE OF J1I2DICINK rllE WINTER SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION will begin October it, 1S54. Full course ol Lectures are given both in the Winter ml Summer. Deaiuos are cooler red in March and July. Fees. One full course. tS5. Perpetual Ticket, 150 . Matriculation. $3. Graduation Fee, 30. To those who lave attended two full course in another institution, $50, xickiJing Graduation fee. Personal interest is taken by the Faculty in the welfare Hid progress of every Student. Examinations are given laily bv the Professors upou each branch. In all facilities " Sr instruction this school is equal to any in tho Country. For lurther information, address B. HOVVARO RAND, M. D, Dtis, 10G South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, it.- lwAdlaw2ra ritAUlTcilAN C E FOR A PROFITABLE INVEtsTAlFNT. VALUABLE ir'ARM FOR SALE! I offer for ft sale uiv Fann. ltine in District No. 6, on Mill , Ureek, ten miles from the city, iinmcd-atoly on the Na.-h-rtlle and Chattanooga Railroad, and half a mile from An ;ocn UqwU The land fronts more than one-lourth of a mle on uie Railroad. The sail of the portion cleared is unsurpassed tor lertilitv. About one-half the tract is aeavily timbered, and a 'market for all the wood furnished by the Railroad. Tho tract contains aoout 240 acres, well watered, aud the most of it under good cedar fence. The Mill Gieek Valley Turnpike is finishod to within two or three hundred yards ot the laud. To any person wishing aae of ills most djsirable Farms in Davidson county, an excellent opportunity is now offered. The improvements a.re good an 5 snbitatitial. CUAS. M. HAYS, jyaf, isr,4 co&tt. SOUTilEllS Oommcrcial College, AND WRITING INSTITUTE. r plIE lirsi term ofthi9 College will com- mmmiia MONDAY. Feb. 18. in the laqre ua.l spacious room in Cooper's block, jf The course of instruction in ibis institution will embrace ltmi-Keeping, Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic aud Peii.nauship. Nopupil will receive a diploma until he is thoroughly qualified to discharge theduiiesof the accouutant. Students will be mstrucusd in all the tuodam improved forms adopted by the best regulated houses in the country, among oiheis one which dispenses with the use of the Jour nal, greatly lesseniug the amount ol labor and liability to err,' and another which renders the use of the Cash book and Journal superfluous, and enables the book-keeper to jt his personal accounts dailr, and his merchandise and c.t li as often as mar suit his convenience. This latter form is more particularly designed for theusa ol etail establishments. Tiiey will be taught a simple process by which the mer cbaut uriy at all times ascertain the amount of his loss or gain, together with the quantity of goods on hand, without l esortiug W the tedious process of taking an inventory. This institution will bo permanent, and has been estab lished to meet the already important and growing com uicrcial interests of the city of Nashville and State of Ten nessee, and it u designed to place it upon a basis inferior to none in this country. The importance, to every business man, of a knowledge . of accounts, must be sufliciently obvious to all reflecting nr.ud J. To the man of wealth, it is important to enable him to manage bis affairs fcienliiicallv, und without pecuniary loss aiid the lawyer is oiten called upon, iu the discharge ol las professional duties, to unravel the most intricate ac counts, but to the young man who depends upon his own resources for a livelihood, it is invaluable. Itgiveshima tw.sition which nothing ele can. lie holds the post ol confidential cferk in his employers, tr tco In connection with this establishment is a department for the benefit of those who wish to take lessons in writing on ly, where an elegant Land writing will be imparted to all wl'ro 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 env branch they pursue until tliev are erfected, retaining the privilege ol reviewing their lessons at any subsequent period, free of charge. febll ly THE LAST PUBLIC SALE OF TOWN LOTS ttN West Hickman, Fulton County, Ky., will take place J. on the ecoud day ol October, IS54. In view of the very rapid improvement of Hickman, and the very great solicitude manifested by any that we should still oiler mdu&jments to capitalists to cast their lots with in and invest their cash capital in property, that in less ililn twovears will quadruple itself; we have concluded to masou loiuer off'eroi Ixitsat Public Auction. It is needless to say anything of the advantages ofUiclc tnan ns they arc known ihroughoutthecouutry to be supe rior to thoso of any placeon the Mississippi River, between Me;uphiaandSt Louis. It Will, la airfiori umo, u ..uciouu ...... .--c'laiu ot ltailroads lro:n Charleston and Savannah to the Mi.-Mssipni River, tue last linkof the great chain beingthe Nas'ivihe and North Western road, which terminates at Hickman, an 1 is now in course of constrnctian. Its tnbn larv country is very large, and embraces the most lertile and ealih.- pm lousof West Kentucky and Tennessee. A .Marine Rai'Uav aud IkKjk Company has been organized with funds enou-h it command to ensure the completion of that euterprir-, trauglit nuh so many advantages to the piaee. Add to ihesj two improvements the Railroad and Marine Railway and Dock - the many other minor improve ments daily niade, and Hickman o'ifers inducements to capitalists and business men of aliuont every description, lini equalled bv any place on the JIismss ppi R.ver. au.Jl0 id 11. C. (.'.VI LETT, Trustee. Iho Ledger, PliilaJc'phia, Pa ; Republican St. I-ouis, JI'.' Jonrn.il. IHi'sviUe, Kv.; Gazelle, Cincinnati, Ohio; Union and American, Nashville, Tcnu , Herald, Russelville, liv.- Press, llopkiusville, Ky ; Keporter, Heiiders,in, Ky ; iind'llauner, Tre'iton, Teuu . will copy the above till day'of s jo, aud lurivard bills to this oflicc. Ilu-Lman, Ky.,'Ar. gu- . . . "MTAGOXS AND PLOW'S-In vanely and quan VV titv and of the best quality may be had at the Ag ricultural " Manufactory, No 7s Market street, Nashville, Teun ni -,n- i mi U S for. Also a No. 1 Man, P, J ears old, good Ix.dy Ma dining-room ,erva-.t Call soon. & nnglO.' -tr. GREAT BARGAIN I. I.a.m. . TF immediate application is nuue a --h- I bo civu in the following tracts of land, i E oOO i White's Bend, fnmf.ig ..n Hyde's rerrv aurnp.k Oumbeiland River, J?, ...lies from -NaAjiIte , 40 e and acres ctearod. Uilance well timbered-soil mostly good. Also. STUW 2 m i s7in Nashnlle. Also 21 acres ad- , C lwltiJ.ll Moore in White's Bend, or ,om,ng Lueas. Ajplyi jW. ,,H0WN. Cherryt. TlTLAS AND K.UBROIDERIES.-A ii biitirulass..rtment of Mantilla.. Crape M.awls and ruidcrics, which we are fiS$3fc -vTl-'tlKOliS FOR SALE We have on hand about IN THIRTY NEGROES, amongst them a very valuable VM1LY consistaig of n man 82, his wife 27, a boy It., '2iVl7 a'ndaiiulMcirsold. This family of Negroes are SUNDRIES. It. STEWART. U WEAKLET, iri'EiriHT A- WHAKLEV. Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants jmd Dealers in. xoreiuauu abiuusuc aaquors, No. 8 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee.. SUNDRIES. 6,000 lbs Manola Cordage; 1,000 lbs Tared Cordage; 1000 ids uotien uoruage; S00 bags line Halt; 65 reels pac'g Yarn; 200 " coarse do; 100 bales Oakum: '25 bhds Sugar; 600 lbs ass'd Twine; 1 00 bags Rio Coffee; 25 bbls Rosin; 0 bbls Lard Oil; 25 bbls Pitch; 100 bbls reb'ld Molasses; 60 pigs Lead; 25 doi Cora Brooms; 6 kegs bar do; 5 bags Pepper; 250 " ass'd Nails; 60 boxes No. 1 Soap; 63 wro't Spikes; 10 " Scotch Suuff; 10,000 Napoleon and Jenny Lind Cigirs; 25 boxes manufactuied Tobacco; 10 " Smoking Tobacco; 50 ' ground Mustard and Pepper; lOdozZinc Wash Boards; , 200 assorted Dimajons; 5 chests best Imperial and Black Teas; 25 bbls crushed and powdered Sugar; 100 bbls Whisky, various brands; 23 bags old government Rio Collie: 50 ass'd Yarns, from P. Womfs Faclory; 10 kegs Golden Syrup: - - 20 boxes Summer Candles; 60 " Star do; 60 doz Maton's Blacking; 60 boxes half pint, 1 pint and 2 pint, Flasks; 200 bags Maney's Table Sail; Indigo, Madder.hoda. Wrapping Paper, Copperas, Vcr tnacilla, Maccarona, Market Blankets, Mops, Catsup, Pow der, Shot, Ac For sale by aug4 STEWART 4 WEAKLEY. GROCERIES, ic-FRESH ARRIVALS. 200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop; 25 sacks Laguvra Coffee; 10 bbls Mackerel, Csliof'5S; 20 do good Java do; 0 kits do; 60 hhds new Sugar; 20 boxes Cod Fish; 50 bbls Molasses; 20 " Smoked Herrings; 80Jdo do; 200 " Sardines; 25 do Golden Syrup; 20 " X gal. qtjar Pickles; 20 do Crushed Sugar; 20 " Lemon Syrnp; 20 do Powdered do; 10 ' Pepper Sauce; 80 do Loaf do; 5 " Sa. Bitters; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 20 doz painted Buckets; 50 boxes and half boxes M.10 nests " Tubs; R. Raisins; 5 casks London Porter; 100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice; 10 bags S S Almonds; 20 " Pepper; 2 casks Pecan Nuts; 10 " Kace Ginger. 2 bbls Brazil do; With numerous other articles in the crocerv line, just received and for sale low for CASH by decll E. S. UllfcATilAM & JU. CHAMPAGNE. A BASKETS and boxes line Champagne; a superior ar ty j ucie oi me oesi Dronas, Just received aud for sale by decllj E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Arc. 10K CASKS OLD MADEIRA; 1 " " Sherry; 5 " " Port; 10 pipes pure Cognac Brandy, oldand fine; 20J 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 MAP IN PRESS AND WILL shortly be miblished-a NEW MAP OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, of cabinet size, say 4 b v feet or fhtre abouts. The Map is compiled fiom notes and .ittnal sur veys made and collected during the last four jears bv xi y. juAuicLL, 'ji na.-iu7iiie. .o ejipeuso or irouuic ia. been spared in cettinc iro this cieat work, and the public may rely on having one of the most perfect and beautiful State Maps ever before published. Anv information that centLmcn at a distance may wi.'h to have engraved on Uie Map, will be alien led to by ad dressing either H. C. MarcelL or myself at my ofBco in Aasavilleat any time oelore December next. t.. A. i-Nur-rf l, ruousr.er. Septl4 eodlm. Cooper's Building, Nashville, r? Knnrvilli Rtfihtter tilease conv for one month three times per week, also Memphis &ufU and Enquirer, and send bill as alxive. NASHVILLE STEAM STONE WORKS, SAMUEL HAS LAM, PROPRIETOR, WaLscTGnovE, J ErreRSON Sr., Nashville, Trr-w. THE subscriber tak?s this method of returning his most sincare thanks to his friends, and the public generally, for the patronage he has already received, and would say to them that he is now able to furnish all ki nds of cut stone, fencing, capping, sills, steps, Ac., Ac. r lagsing. saweu, inisu nanimereu anu sen laceu. Pkicss Sawed, threeinches thick i'l 50 per square vnrd. Bush hammcrlive " 2 " "s Self faced,two " " 1 " Orders thankfully received and promplly attended to. fdeeS ly TAKE NOTICE. 1 have now got my STEAM miVVSlW MII.l. in full miorfifitin nnri Im a quantity of SAWED FLAGGS on baud, and will lay them at z 1J per square jaru, nir casu. auu aissi, iuj ivsih MILL will be found ready at all hours of the day to grind corn for customers, at the rate of 20 bushels per hour, at the ordinary prices. junel o4 u oajiuivu ii..zi..i.u. MEDICINES, THAT 11AV K RliiSN FIJLLV tested, durinir the past year, by many of the most re spectable citizens of Nashville- The advertiser is permitted to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins, whose servant was cured ofa most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J. Collins of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have been cured; twenty coses of Bone Felon. Mr R. II. Jones's son was cHred of Sore Eves, afle- havine been under the treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians lor j eight months, almost totally blind. . . . i At least one uunurea repectauie persons in .Misuviiie, and its vicinity, ran be seen who will vouch for the great benents ot uis course oi treatment, wnuoui me use oi me knife or mercury. Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im purities of the blood. . i i . t i an - X" iwentyyearsoi cousuini i-r-acuce, uiieeu in new uueum, prior to cominj to lasnviue. anose mieresiea, are ies pcetfully invited to call, examine and consult free of Eny charge. Office No 47 Union St., near Cherry. novlO-ly. b KIlWARD THOMAS. UNITED ST A I" KS JlOl'KL, Cbesnut Stkbit, Abovk Focbiii, PninDRuniA, Pa. CJ. MacLELLAN, (late of Jones' Hotel.) lias thei a pleasure to inform his friends and the travcl-jtj ling community, tint he hasleased this House for a teiui of ears, and i now prepared lor the reception of Guests. The Loc.l advantages of this favorite establishment arc too well known to need comment. The House and Furniture have been put in first rate or der; the rooms are large and well ventilated. The Tables will always be supplied with the best, aud the proprietor pledges himself that no effjrt on his part slull ba wanting to make the UITLD STATES equal in comforts to any Hotel in the Quaker City. jy7d3ni. " FOR SALE. A BRICK DWELLING, with six room?, kitchen, large brick stable, Ac, No. 67, corner of High and Gay streets. The lot fronts 125 feet on High and "" ltso feet on Gay street. Apply at No fis Cherry street. jui in' l. a r. w. brown, je7:tf Real Estate Agents. CRUTCIIER HOUSE. THIS large and commodious Hotel, situated on tho cor. terof SrniNQ AsDnvMra Streets, Nashville, Tex nkssei, is now newly furnished throughout, und ready for the reception of transient custom. This is by tar the near est Hoteltothe Depot, and being.in the centre of the city lsquite convenient to all the business bouses. 1 JO. W.BELL, septfJ tf Proprietor. "VTOTICE. The Copirtnershiplicreti.firecxist'nir un lN derthetirmof OOBYNS A CHURCH aud DOBYNS A CO , is dissolved. No one is authorised to collect debts ol the coucem but Mr. J. T. Yearout. sep3-3L T.J DOBYNS. r RATIS-JUST I'UIILISIIED A NEW DIS VJTCOVERY IN MEDICiN 1'. A few words on the ra. timal treitmtnt, without medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debilit. Jow pints, lassitude. Weakness ol the Limbs aud the Back, Indisposition aud Incapacity for Study and Labor, Dullness ol apprehension, Jxjss of Memory. Aversiou to Society, Iiove of Solitude, Timidity, Sell-Distrust, Dizziness, Headache, Involuntary, Discharires. Pains in the Side. Affection of the Eyes, Pim ples on the Face, Sexual and other lutirmities in Man. I From the French of Dt. Ji Dibin(y. Tho important fact that ttiese alarming complaints may easily be removed wituokt ukuicixi:. is, in this small Tact, clearly demonsltate.l. and ihecnt.rely new and highly suc cessful treatment, as adopted by the Author, J ill ly e Jilained, by means of which every one s enabled to tvre limtelf irffcUy,anl at th U'til pomMt cott, avoiding, thereby, all the advertised nostrtsmt of the day. sent, to auy address, gratis and post Iroe, in a f ealed en velope by remitting (post J"'J; two postage stamps to Dr. 15. DkLa.VEY, 17 Lispendard stieet, New York. septS 1m. NOTICE TO ST(JCJaH)lTDEIN. AT the last uitetingof the Directors ot the tdglield and Kentucky Railroad Compati , Ihe tollownig resolutioos were adopted: i. Tl.ui me Ernnneeris hereby directed to make, af soon as possible, the final loca' ion ot the loutecf this lutd.lroin Edgefield through Goodlctsvi'.lc, to Springfield, inltotert- SOII CiHUIlV." 2. "That a cill rX fight kt cent, bo n-ado upon tl e stick, juiwible in moiiUily inst.tlnwnts ol iwoper cent . to nit.-On ihe Mi day i,f S.-.t.ud)' r, the 2d day of October, 2d day of NovHnlirr.and tin-id davf December next " Payments to be nude at .l.c.'tllce ot the Gas Ight Com pany WASHINGTON HARROW, S'eereiorv and Trc.surca Aug. 16, '51 ssiVw. ' offue K.and K. U.K. Co. I7UR RENT. A coiufortuble house on Spruce slico 3 doirs beyond Deumnihranc, containing 7 roons P.h1 kitchen, stabl Ac Alio, a small frame houie on Si iu m;r str cetbeoud Broad tl. Apply In aus!2 WM.L. W D GAVNOK, MACDONAI.D VtXK 17-1 and 170 Pearl Street, New York. OFFER Ihe TRADE on liberal TERMS .r their own Importation and Manufacture, STRAW (iOODS SILK and SATIN BONNETS. RIBBONS, FRENCH and AMERICAN FLOWERS, FEATHERS, BONNET LIN INGS, TAUS, Ac, Ac, and a general assortment of MIL LINcKV tioJl)a. OrJtrs promptly executed, fjyl 3m. GARDS. J. A. DEER. W. B. DEEItV. R. E. DEERY", DEER BROTHERS, ALIS0NIA MANUFACTURING CasrPA'WYi Ofux JVb. Vik Public Square, NasJtviUq-Tmnatee in&jzz twiy. GH0CEETES, LIQTJ0KS, "WINES' &c. DAVIS .V SWANN, A UCTI0N 16 COMMISSION MERCHANTS. it' T.. . I : ' : . t-; I. uuicaaiu ivuiuaiuuiucciics) II 1UCI, Liquors, &c &e. NO. 73. EAST-8IDE PUBLIO SQUAUE, , NASHVILLE, TENN. TTAVE INSTORE by recent arrivals, and which Ihey i oner lor sale lorcasn, at toe lowest prices, to wit: 875 hhds Sugar, of every grade from very line to all quaiuies uciuw; 650 bags Rio Coffee; 200 barrels Plantation Molasses; 850 half bbls do Molasses; 66 bbls Crushed and Povdered Sugar; 60 do Loaf Sugar, No. 1 to No. 6. 850' boxes Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco; With almost every other article in tho Grocery and Li quor line to meet the demands of country and. cityibnyers, which they are determined to sell as low as any hous&'in Middle Tennessee. They have also to arrive, 20,000 i-acits line salt, wmcn win be sold in lots on the Wharf to suit purchasers, at a small trifle 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, feb26 n No. 78. Public Square, X.A.J10OE, S.S. WILLIAMS, JXO. A. FISHIS. JOHNSON, IIORNE Ar. CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, and Stcrcrs of cotton and Tobacco. "ner of Marktt and.i'road His., Nashtetle. Tenn. ' july 8, 1858. PICKETT. HACHURD0 & CO.. BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS A'-ffir OJiLANS. i3i.ti. iiUKtiT late ot the nrm ol riUKETT, PEKi V T KINS & CO. and J. K. MACMURDO, Banker, hav ing associated themselves in business, will conduct' a itanking anu General Commission Business. iu this City, under firm of Pickktt, Macmitedo A Co. Particular attention paid to the sale oi Cotton, and to the shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally. UUB V21 L. H, SIMPSON & S0ITS, mrOBTEBS or Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignes, &c., NO. 10, BEA VER STREET, NEW YORK". And Hits uk Uastide. Bosoeaux. may 16 ly. R. F. BELL. Wholesale and Ectail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and t : t: t- i - rrj xuiiiesnu Aiiuufa, Aeceiviug, xurwaxuaii; aiiu Commission Hcrchant, Opposite Ss wanee House, College st, No 23. Ieb2 R. II. FRASER, COMMISSION MERCHANT. KO. 13 CAKONDELET STREET, New Orleans. REFER TO: Gov. A. V.Brown. Nashville. Tenn.: Col.T. H. McNeill Coahoma county. Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Ark;, S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co., Pulaski, Tenn.; .Tas. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala. oct'J ly. CARTER, THOMAS Ac HOUGH'S UNITED STATES MAIL LINES OF SPLENDID jSj 1'OUtt HORSE COACHES. FOR JACKSON AND MEMPHIS, VIA COLUMBIA. LEXINGTON AND WAYNESBORO. One Hundred miles Turnpike mid thebalunco a beautiful High Ridge Road. J EAVES Nashville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri j days at 3 o'clock, P. M. Apply at General Shtge Office. je30-tf G. II. &I,AUGHTER. Agent A. G.tHDELLE. LOUIS DELA1ULF, GARDELLE Ac DELAIGLE, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ACCOMMODATION WHARF, Charleston-, S. C. LIBERAL advances made n Consienments of Produce. Prompt attention paid to Receiving and Forwarding Goods. RtPEaRXCEs: UuMin A Walker, Doughty A IJeall, Au gusta; J. Fraser A Co., Charleston. fauglS Bm. NEW BRUNSWICK RUBBER COMPANY' VAlEnoasE 100 liberty and 105 cedar street, NF.1V YORK. MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS in all kinds of Rubber Goods, made under Charles Goodvcar's Patent, conatstingof.Men's, Women's, Misses and Children's Metalic Boots and Shoes, Coats, Cloaks, Overalls, i'omb, Stay and Dress Bone, Dolls, Doll Heads, Balls, Toys, Whips. Teething Rings, Syringes, Breast Pumps, Ac, Ac The above Compmy would solicit a call from their friends and tbepubhc bclore purchasing. j.v25 fim JOHNSON LETSON. Pres. l7iijTes TTonnet boxes- " OPENED (direct from Philadelphia,) another lot of No. 1 Bonnet Boxes. Single and double top Sole-Leather Folio Traveling Trunks, very superior. Black, Russet and Sole-Leather Trunks, all sizes with covers. Ladies Trunks i with Bonnet Boxes inside.) augil RAMAGE & CHURCH, 42 College st. IfAGSILTGS!! RAGsTllf 500,000 Pounds ol Rags Wanted. i'' WILL pay 3 cenU per pound, cash, for all the Cotton, Linen, Flax, Hemp and Tow Rags of all colours, that are delivered at my Paper and Rag arehouse at the North east corner ef the Public Square. Merchants, Pedlars and nil the rest of mankind are soli cited to gather and send meall they can get. roay7-r. W. S. WHITEMAN. FRESH ARRIVALS. JUST received per New Orleans, Cincinnati and Pitts burg steamers, the following articles, which we are of fering low for cosh. Country Merchants and dealers gene jally will do well to call and examine for themselves: 750 bags prime Rio Coffee; 50 doz Brooms; 50 do Laguyra do; 1,000 kegs Pure Lead; 2oo bbls prime N 0 Mo1asses;2j0 do No I do; 150 i4 bbls do do; 150 casks best English Soda; 150 I'lids Sugars, all grades; 20 bags Race Ginger; Ijoal Uruslied and 1'owdered nugars, an assortment; 2- bags Pepper; 10 chests Teas, assorted; lo no spice; lOtiercesfresh Rice; 100 boxes M Raisins; 50 boxes Cod Fish; 2o do Uernng; 20 bbls Mackerel; 100 kits, assorted numbers; 10 cases fresh Sardines; 25 boxes Pickles, assorted; 5 bbls Brimstone; 10 do Alum; 2'JO bags fine Salt; 1 0 Demijohns, ass'd sizes; lo frails Almonds; lOo.OOO Cigars, var brands; 3 w boxes prime Cheese; 50 do Quart Flasks; 150 do Pint do: lit' bbls boda Uraciers; 50 do Butter do; Cotton Yarns: assorted; 2 gross Wash Boards; 15 nests Tubs; 5 casks Brandy; 8 do Signette "Brandy; 8 do do; 5 do Madeira Wine; 5 do Sherry do; 10 do Port do; 25 bbls S M Wine; 40 y& bblsSM Wine; 25 bbls Holland Gin; 50 do American Brandy; 5o do Old Hour Whisky; 50 do Uld Mooong do; 25 do Old Rye do; 50 do Fluted Tumblers. as:200 do Rectited do; 200 kegs Nails, assorted; 20 do Old Peach Brandy; 50 boxes fine Tobacco, as-300 reams Crown, Medium, sotted brands, and u. j. l aper, 100 4 aD(l M boxes Raisins, Together with all other articles usually kept in our line. Call ut NICIIOL A PEACOCK, aug24. Corner of Church and Market sts WOODEN WARE, Arc. SUNDRIES JUST RECEIVED. Ctr.DAR Buckets, Pails, Tubs, Piggings, &c; Well Buckets, Half Bushel Measiues; Butler Tubs, Rico Boxes, Sugar Boxes, Ac.; Bread Trays. Baskets, childien'a Cane Chairs; Cocoa Nut Dippers. Grass Mats, Manuilla do.; Churns, Cradles, Floor Mops, As. Just raceived at the Variety and House Furnishing Store or nug.:o MQP.RISON A CO. TO MAKE YOUR HAIR CURL 1 W OiiUEII O F T II E W O R L D II ryMIE gieat wonder ot the World has at length been dis JL covered. You cannot make one hair white or black, but Mr. Byron II. Rohb has at length procured the truth of the great secret after much study, toil and expense, how to make the hair curl and wave in the most beautiful and graceful manner for life The proprietor has traveled through various parts of Europe for upwaids of nine year?, in search of the celebrated chemist and physiologist, M. Jaques. and has at length found him in Italy, and purchased of liinithereceiptforthecumof S,C00. All persons hav ing the most uncouth and coarse looking hair can I'aveit la'is formed into the most beautiful and curling appear ance that could be desired. The comtwsition of which the nr. tele is composed, will not cost more than 50 cents, and but one application is needed to the hair to cause it to curl and wave in the most uniform and perfect order for life, and thus improve the looks and appearance one hundred per cent. We now offer this wonderful discovery to the world, forthesumof fl. Direct all letters to BYRON II. ROBIf, Farnnngton, Trambull, county , Ohio, and the receipt will be forwarded immediately to the pen-on. All letters must be post-paid to secure attention. scptlS:dw3m A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. rjHK UNDERSIGNED offers his VALUABLE A J. FARM, situated in the county of Madison, 10 miles norih-eist from Jackson, and some 4 miles -EitJi cast cl the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, the same distinco from Siinnir Creek, and contains about 700 acres. Said Farm has been long esteemed one of the very best in the county, and is located in a healthy section, entirely exempt from ihe visitation of Cholera. There are 250 acres cleared land, and a comfortable DWELLING HOUSE a commodious GIN HOUSE and cood COTTON i'UESS an excellent STABLE, and other necessary out- houfes. The said Farm has a most fertile and productive soil, odmirnlilv ndanted for the cultivation of Cotion, aud could i. r,ui. rm of thfi best aojk-fartns in West Tcnessee, being well watered with five never failing Springs, and a bcauiiful creek. .... Any person desirous of purchasing, is invited to examine the premises and learn of the subscriber other partuulars as to terms. Ac. TU03. B. FENNER. jy2 6ratriwAw MEKCHAiNDIZE. DRESS GOODS. WE are no w offering a new and beautiful assortment of Dress Goods, unsurpassed in the market, consist ing orpiain, Black, Plaid, Striped and Brocade Silks, Chil- ies IU main colors, fl.urt nnrt I'nntpI lUmjffM I'nn'pfl Jaconet Muslin and Lawns together with a general assort menf of Staple Goods, Hosiery, Parasols, Twisted Silk Mitts. &c Tap26 TllURSTON A BERNARD. "VTEW GOODS. We. are daily receiving from the J Eastern Cities a Tery large and desirable stock of Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, of the very latest arid band- jBOmest, styles, which ne will sell at very low prices. Our i Wgrv Jlr. L. 1). Stevenson, has been tn New York all of lue opnngano made arrangements which wilt enable us to show our customers something new cvory day, and we feel confident that the assortment whiri w icepti fa hr f:ir -the most extensive and the cheapest to be found in the'eity, anr1A.A.JUIUl !- .JTn j - ... J' no vuimujr iuviw jou lo can upon us ana see u e are able to realize the expectations held out .' , STEVENSON A WHITE, , mar2S '54 3S. College St. LADIES' DRESS GOODS. Plaid and striped Silks, Brocade Silks, Plaid Silks, all shades, black sills, extra quality; Plaid Plain arid Fimired Benraa. Beraee Robes flounced. Misses lierac-e Robes. Jaconet Robes, flounced, Embroidered Muslin Robes nounceo, French Lawns and Muslins great variety, Dotted Swiss, and figured Muslins, Organdie Muslins, French Chintzes, English Chintzes and Ginghams, Linen Cambrics in great varieties, Sun-Shades and Parasols, A great' variety of Fans. STEVENSON & WHITE, mar23 59, College St. EMBROIDERIES. The most varied, choice and beiutiful assortment of Embroideries, we have ever exhibited, consisting of Elegaqt Collars, Sleeves, Chemisettes,. Collarettea and Sleeves in Setts, Maltese Honiton ValencienuePlait Lace, and Cambric Col lars and Sleeves. Flouncings and Bands tn Jaconetand Swiss Muslins, lira. juKruugiwiu uiiuKa .u ucn ueaigu. Lace, Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laces, STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 S'J, College St. MANTILLAS. We have a large and handsomeus sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the novelties of the season, consisting of Embroidered Anullca and Lace trimmed Mantillas. Embroidered Muslin Mantillas, Urapebbawlsand Lace Scarfs. T visa sun wiiii'ty mar23 ; 59, College St GENT'S V A Rl rlT V GOODS. BlaSK and Faucy French Cloths and Cassimeres; trench Linens. Black and Fancy bilk Vestings, Marseilles Yestings, French Drab de Etes, Patent Shirts with French Boioms, Merino Under Shirts, Lisls Thread and Raw Silk do. Linen and Cotton Drawers, Lircn Collars, British and German half hoisery. Summer Cravats, Embroidered Tie3, rancy oils Uravats, blacic do, superhne quality, Plain and colored Handkerchief.. Silk handkerchiefs; Silk Suspenders, Alexander's Kid Gloves, Silk do., Thread Gloves, Linen do, Ac Silkand Gingham Umbrellas. ' STHV 331)3 a WHITE, mar23 59, College St. HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. Rich Satin Da mask, Embroidered Muslins Curtains, Lace Curtains, Cotton Damasks, . lo-i, 11-4 unenand uotton Bheeung, Pillow Case Linens, Ac Ac. Linen Table Napkins, Fruit do, 15 dozen colored Border Damask Towels, ' White and Colored Marseilles Uuilts. Gilt Cornices do, Pins and Bands, tOrus, iasseis,uimps, rnnges. (Jurtains, Drops; Ac, Ac bl VERSUS A WHITE, mar23 59, College St. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. & ELSBACH, WSiolesalc aiai. Retail DEALERS IN HEADY MADE CLOTHING, W p rtv A ftA nlAcnm nf infirmin', nnr fHpnfts nnit lliA V public 2en)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 cuies, who paid particular attention, not only to the material but -to its superior jinanufacture, cut and shape. Residents of this city and llufee visiting here may lie assured that they can be suited in price, quality and superior fit. 1 COUNTRY MERCHANTS Will t-iTi a a lcw-t ihrnunli AiiretnnV rAofiw Vni !nrr alaotrlioro Till SUkMU IWa tltt UUU UWl iXVbA U1.1V1 , u j uiS 0 11 -- as we purchased our goods at the very lowest figures, and are determined to sell for CASH or to PROMPT CUS TOMERS at a very small advance, and thus make it to their in'erest to buy of us. Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits.' We have also received a large Stock of Gentlemen's furnishing goods such as Shirts, 'Kerchiefs, Stocks, Ac We also mlorni our tnends and the pontic mat we nave on hand a very lanre assorted stock of the latest Styles of Silk, Fur, Cashmere, Brush, and Beaver Hats; also chil dren s rancy Hits and (Japs; unsurpassed in quality, style and lowness of price. w rx w- srf r T- nit i,a.ul stusnaiiii, Hat and Cap Manufacturers, ang31 Nns. 43 and 50 Market street. H. & B. DOUGLAS & CO. No. 54 Public Sql'ari!. N astiville. Texs. DEALERS AT WHOLESALE IN Foreign und Bonaestlc BUY GOOH, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, iiOUTS, SliU., UltU GANS, UMBRELLAS, Ac. WE have in Store, and are now arranging for sale, tho most extensive and the cheapest Stock of New and Desirable Goods adapted to Fall and Winter Sales, ever offered by anv House in the trade of .Nashville. We are anxious to sell where payment is certain, and will make prices and tern s entirely satisfac:ory. We will purchase leathers, Umseng, Ueeswax, snu Wool, and barter for Linsey, Jeans and Socks at their io'Ocsi marxei value. 11. ix. i. uvuwunj u. v. au-24-Sm nwo I. BKOGEWAY, rilanufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Clothing, No. 71, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. ir Y Stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTTHNG is nn. -nmnlal. omlirflMllIT fVPTT RtrTft r.Ilt nit.ll l(r !n be found in any Northern or Eastern Market. Z3f Country Merchants will tind it much to their inter est to call and examine my STOCK. I will guarauteo as regards prices, to duplicate any Bill purchased on the usu al terms, in Philadelphia, New York or Boston. I menu- lacture all my UUiniuu; ineieiorc, iue uounirv jier- i;unu. mailing juivuiv i v. ........ j --.0 and of course is paying the first profit made thereon. Ulie Oil inO Oilier UiUlUIHUUiuuQiuMUiiu ui nr nTIIIVn n.nn..r.n...raH in tna Vt in tliia nr mw other West-rn or Southern markct.I leave for him tojurig'! whether tie is paying the lecond or third profit upon this Ulllbieu! i.iltciu UiluillitftlUlc;. A moments reilccuou wiildouotiess convince an. R. U. BUOCKWAY. Mashville. Ausust 22. !S'4.-ff. DYE V BARNES, "WAREHOUSE AND COIIMSSION KERCHA HIS, CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND REYNOLDS STS., Augusta, Ga. ES?Liberal cash advances made on Consignments of Cot ton and other produce. - . Rr.rsn to" . . J Hon. John P. King, 1 " (jbailesj. Jenkins, " Andrew J. Miller, " William Schley, B. II. Wai ren. Esq , T. S. Metcalf, E.-q., Messrs. T. RichaidsA Son " Banett A Carter, " 1). 1!. Plum & Co . Augusta, Ga. J. J. Howard, Esq., Cartcisville, Ga. Messrs. GrenviHe A Sample, Chattanooga, Tenn. Dr. Paul. F. Eve, Nashville, Tenn. augl tw6rn NEGROES FOR SALE. TTTE have TWENTY-ONE LIKELY YOUNG NE- VV (IROES. iust from the country, low" tor cash. Alto alikely Girl, 15 earaold, which wewill sell on a creditcf four months (septl) DAUBS A PORTER. Q HIRTS. Received this day, a large assortment! C3 SHIRTS, Frecchwove and i,men nooics. we in vite all to examine our stock, and wairant every shirt we sell IseptfJ MYi RS A McGILL. HERE'S THAT TOBACCOl 50 boxes Lang, horn A Armslead's celebrated Chewing Tobacco, received per Railroad and for sale by scpiH. McCREA A TERRAFS. T RON AXLES. !iuO seittmin 1 to yi incnes lo.- Xsale by mcuuka e i r.i.ttAw. ACKRELL. 10O bbls Nos. I. 2, and 111 stow and fur sale by McCREA A TERR ASS. FLOUR. 100 bbls Logan Mills for sale by scptu McCREA A TERP.ASS.1 I,E.50 bbls Ale in store and for sale by . - . - f f . n r innnn i - septll - Aitiuc at iLituao. INSURANCES. THE UNITED FffiEMEN'S j Insurance Company of Nash. vine. Chartered by the State. This Company i3 now in success-: tut operation, and is prepared to take risks on Buildinrs. Goods. and Wares and Merchandize, against. LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. Also, on Goods. Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes gen orally, against the Seas, Rivers, and I.nlind Tkaxspoiita tiov, nnon as favorable terms as any Office in the Citr. OlBce No. 25, on College street, opposite tho Se wanee uousc. ju tun auus, rresident. 3aas S. DismitL. Secretary. mylS tf PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASH VILLE, CAPITAL 8100,000. rnHE COMPANY beini? fulli- organized nnder it Chart J ter, granted by the Legislature of Tennessee, is now prep-iredto issue rollcies against loss or damage by tire uu uuiiuiugs, uoous, wares, aiu .nercuanoise generally. AI4SO. On shipments against loss or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favorabl terms. Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates. Office No. 31 Publie Square, up stairs over W. T. Berry A Ca's Bookstore. . , DIRECTORS. Samuel Seay, K. J. Morris, L. H. Lanier, D. D. Dickey. , L. A. Lanier, J. F. Demoville, C. M. Nichol, W, H. Gordon, Hit Douglas, H. B. Moiris, II. S. French, K. N. Williams, P. W.Maxey, T. O. Harris, A. J. Duncan. SAMUEL SEAY, President. Isaac Lrrro.v, Secretary. bwb fmy7 tf. TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL $150,000. OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL A tO EXCHANOE OFFICE. They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo again.t 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. JosKpn Vault, Secretary. Dikectors. Alex Allison, John M Hill, F BFogg.G M Fogg, James Correy, Jno SI Bass, Joseph Woods, Samue Seay, Matthew Watson, J J White, Jacob McGavock. j'anl THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. OFFICE over Sheapard A Co's. Exeha Office, wfll insure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE, Houses, Merchandize, Ac. Ac. Ac, against Loss or Damage by Fire; Steamboats on any of the Wesfe-n waters against the Aiazarcs ox. inland .avigauoa anu me uargvea ui v esseisoi every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. Also, tho Lives of persons in good health, fur a single year, for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans mitted per mail. All persons having their Iivos or property insured in this Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre miums which they may pay. Ji. o. riliUiit.it, rresident, J.B.JOHNSON, Vice President, C. J. F. Whahtos, Secretary. janl 1) IO COFFEE 60 bags Rio Coffee for sale to arriv V per E. Howard, by W. H. GORDON A CO. OLOVUR SEED 15 bancls Pennsylvania Clover Seed for sale to arriveper Americus by mar22 W. II. GORDON A CO. w RAPPING PAPER. IOO BUNDLES Villi Tpnnmp Wmnnincr 1anr. fnr koIh jau5 W. 11. GORDON ACQ. VALUABLE IRON WORKS AND FARM FOR SALE. OWING to the feebleness ol" the subscriber's healtn, heeflersfor sale bis Iron Works and Farm. 1st The Farm on which he now resides, in. Williamson county, about 1 1 miles from Nashville, containing about R50 acres of land "hich cannot be surpassed for beauty or fertility of foil. As a "Grass Farm," it is too well known to require any description. Tlie buildings are of superior finish. There is plenty of stock water the wholeyear round Little Uarpeth river runs throngh it. Also, the following tracts of land ore banks, furnaces and forges : 1st JACKSON FURNACE together with about 8,000 acres of land. 2nd BELLYIE W FURNACE with all its ore banks, and pr vileges.Atid timber, with between thtee and four thousand acres attached, well timbered and watered. 3d. VALLEY FORG.-. with upwards of 3,000 acres of land well timbered, and on it the best water power iu this or any otherc ountry. 4th. I willalsoiell a first-rate Water-Power at the Nar rows of Uarpeth, with a tunnel already excavated, and about 13 acres of land attached. Also, all my Water Powers and Ore Banks on Mill Creek, tn Hickman county. I hare also an Ore Bank on Deck River, which is very rich in quality and inexhaustible. Any one wishing to purchase will please call upon the subscriber or address nim it Good Spring P. O., William son county, when he will make known the terms, Ac aug3-Sm MONTGOMERY BELL. STOP THE RASCAL t TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD, for a man who calls himself Okival Evkettb, who came to my house in February last, and set in to work for me, and remained with me until last Saturday evening; he then took my horse, saddle, bridle and blanket, and made his escape, and has not been beard of since. He is a small man, of rather yellow complexion ; about five feet six inches high ; he is a thin visaged man, with a yellowish hazel eye, and a tolera ble large nose ; his hair is straight and black, with some few gray hairs ; he says that he is 25 years old ; he is a mild spoken man with but few words ; he said that he was aised in East Tennessee, and his father lives in Roane county, East Tennessee. The horse that he carried away was a young bay horse, two years old ; about fifteen and a halt hands high, with a bald face, and hind feet white a lit tle above the quarter joints ; he has a black main and tail, and is rather a brown bay ; be is of the Tom Hall pacing stock, and can pace very well; he is unaltered, and shod befoie when ho lelt. I will give 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 give me information so that I can get them. S. J. K1TTRELL. Lebanon, Wilson county, Tenn. jy6:tf FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO C1IARLES TON AND SAVANNAH. On and after Ibis date, the Articles as enumerated below, v ill be sent through to Charleston or Savannah, at the prices aflived to each article: Cotton, per bale of SOU lbs. or less $4 25, and 85 cents for 100 lbs. for excess of over 500 lbs. Tobacco, hhds., per 100 lbs., 80c Pork in bbls., " " $1 00 BiggiDg and Rope, " j 1 00 11. L ANDERSON, Sup't iuly4 tt Supt, Transportation. E STRAY. DICKSON COUNTY. Taken up by John C. Pickett living in District No. 11, Dickson county, Tenn., a black MAUEMULE, 2 years old about 10) hands high of a light color around the mouth and eyo; no brands or marks perceivable. Appraised on 2id September, 1S54, to $50 00. TUOS. 0. MORRIS, wpti 3tw Ranger. ESTRAY DICKSON COUNTY. TAKEN UP by Lucinda Tatom, living in tbs First District, Dickson county, Tennessee, on Pirn. Rlvpr n SllHRKI. HfHISF. 12 or IS years old, about 17 hands high, blaz;d face, left ej e out, has uiiiori tan. ooin ninu icei wnue io ine pasieru joini, slightly crest-fallen, and shod all around. Appraised on the 14th of August, 1834, to 25 00. sepll 3i TUO. 0. MORRIS, Hunger. Fall and Winter Trade. JOMM K. HUME, NO. 57 COLLEGE STREET, IS now receiving his supply of STAPLE AND FANCY DRV GOODS, comprising every kind and quality of Goods suitable for the approaching season, which have been selected wi'h great care, and purchased at EXTRA ORDINARY LOW FIGURES, and 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 will be offered, septs JOHN K. HUME. ADAMS A FROST, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Ailscr's North Wharf, CHARLES ION, SOUTH CAROLINA, OFFER their services to the Planters and Merchants of Tennessee for the sale of Cotton, Tobacco, Corn, Ba con and othe.- produce, and beg leave to refer to the follow ing gentlemen of Nashville : V K-Stevessos. ) Jonxso.v A Weaver. N.E. Allowat A Co., f .I.A. McAlustek A Co., a. P. Alusox. Iunel4 tf. BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS. T ICH Plaid POULT DE SOU; XL " " Sat. De Chine; " " Valencins; " " Poplin's new article; " Plaid Cashmeres; " Tartan Plaids; Black Dress Goods great variety; EMBROIDERIES AND LACES Venece Point Collars, Venece Point Sleeves; Sarphe Collarette and Sleeves. Everything new in way of Embroideries and Laces. I would respectfully call attention to u y stcck of 1. 1 111. Willi. .1 VII CIT tt nrn-'sX OOOIIs. which will excel ail others, as regards beautyj variety and cheapness. " c -UIACKERS.-Soda, Butter and Water Crackers, madeevery day. iauK io.j --- LO F BREAD. I am now willing an excellent arti cle of Loaf Bread (made from new whsat flour) at the :ftfu:ed pric. aujjiw. -. CELEBRATED WORKS, . BY DR, CU2I2HNQ. OF LONDON. cSirOEM EMTIO. THE Church before the Flood. 1 vol 12mo. Benedictions, or the Blessed Life. 1 vol. 12mo. Voices of the Night " . ", . Voices of the Dead. " " Lectures on the Apocalypse, 9 series. " ' r Lectures on Romanism! " "" Th Tent and the Altar. " ' "' J'?f j Lectures on the Miracle. j ":. Lectures on Daniel. " Lectures on the Parables. " For sale by angle. CHARLES W. SMITH. So1?00 "OKS, Atc-Country Merchants nd School Teachers are invited to examine my stock or School Books and Stationery, which will be offered at the lowest prices by the dozen or tingle copy. ng9. CUAS. W. SMITH, 41 College Mreet EBSTER'S SPELLERS -By thrdmeii-lGwt est prices. For sale by CUAS. W. SMITR sug9. 41 College ,ttreet. INKS, Slates, Steel Peru, Pencils. Inkstands, SUte Pen cils, Copy Books. India Rubber, Quills, Penholders, Ru lers, Paper, Sand, Ac, Co. For sale by ang-J. CHAS.W. SMITH NEW BOOKS. LIFE AND IT3 AIMS-Ideal and Actual. Stories of the Irish Peasantry. Mrs. UalL Tales of Old Times, from the German. -Sketches of Genoa, Pisa and Florence. French Revolutions. By Readhead. 3 vols.. Select Writings or Robert Chambers. 4 " Chambers' Paper for the People. 6 " Chambers' Miscellany, bound. 10 " A further supply of the I amplightcr. For sale br auff-22. 'CHARLES W. SMITH. 41 College street. W. E. COKXEUTJS. D. W. D0HRI3 CORNELIUS & DORRIS. CHEAP FURNITURE DPOT. ko. 2G, college street, , t ? Nashville, Tenuossec. - rptHE luDscribers have now in store and 555jJjS jl. win cons-anuy xet p a targe ana good i assortment of all kinds of CAB IN ET FUR- N1TURE. CHAIRS. CLOCKS. GIRANDOLES. SPRING. HAIR, MOSS, COTTON and SHUCK MATrRASSES. uurstoct at present conisu in part of itose cod and Mahogany farior belts; do do do do Chamber do. Oak do dor Enameled Cottage do do; Mahogany, Walnut, Rose Wood, Cherry, Elm and Poplar Bedsteads, of all kinds; Breakfast, Desert and DiningTables; Walnut, Oak and Mahogany Extension Tables; Wire and Tin Safes. Rose Wood. Mahosanv. Cherry. Walnut, Oak and Pop lar Wash Stands; Hat Racks, Towel Racks, Centre Tables, Kecking Chairs, of every variety. What Nots, of kll kinds. Rose Wood. Mahocanr. Cherry. Walnut Oak and Pop lar Wardrobes. Chairs! Chairs!! Windsor, Spindle, Scollop, and Scroll Tops; Wood Seat Chairs; Every variety ot Cane Seat Chairs; do do itssn do; do do Straw do; Split Bottom Chairs; Bamboo Chairs fall kinds; Willow Wagons and Chairs. Clocks'. Clocks !! Our stock of CLOCKS is large, and consists of al imost every variety. Wabsaxted to keep good We respectfully invite the public to cive us a cs.ll. as we are determined to sell as low as any bouse iu the city. Er err article sold by us will be warranted to be made and tin ished in thv best manner. We are still manufictunne FURNITURE and all kinds of MATTRASSES, to order. OI.U rUHMTUlili REPAIRED and VAKSISllfcil at the shortest notice. W take sreat pains in packinc Furniture forthe country- ana ior stupment. Undcrtakine. ggr" Our Uxoebtaxiso Depabthext will re-. ceive our strictest attention, will be personaPy attended to br one of the firm. KJ- We have the sole Agency fot the. sale of "FISK'S METALIC BURIAL CAShS,""in Middle Tennessee, ac.I are prepared to furnish undertakers and others on favora ble terms. CORNELIUS A DORRIS, julyil tf No.16 College Street. FURNITURE I FURNITURE I ! THE SOUTUNASUVILLE FURNITURE MANUFAC TURING COMPANY have now on hand an increaseJ suck of home-mads Furniture, and with their incrensel 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 tbem n call at the Depot No. 83 North Market street, or at the Factory Buildings, College street. College Hill. R. U. GROOMES, PreVt. Wk. L. Naxcs. Secretary. R.II.A BENJ. GR00ME3 keep constantly on hand good Hearses and horses, and are prepared to r 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 8 m. J. H. CURREY, CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER BEGS LEAVE to inform his friends and the public generally, that he keeps constantly on hand Collins of every description, from ths plainest servants to ths 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 left at mr ware-room, No.51 Cooper's Buildirg. Cherry street wiU be promptly attended to, both day or night mvSl tf J. II. CURREtV DISSOLUTION. BY mutual consent the partnership heretofore existing between Nichol, Peacock A Co., in the Grocery and Commission business, is this day dissolved, Mr. John I . San derson retiring from the concern. The business will hereafter be conducted by Charle3 M. Nichol and James Peacock, nnder the style of Nichol A Pea cock, who alone are vested with full power to collect and pay debts due to and from the late firm. CUAS. M. NICHOL, JAMES PEACOCK, aug22,'54. JOHN F.SANDERSON. DR. J. W. GRAY OFFICE No. 9, Cherry street, opposite Judge Catron's and next door to Dr. B. W. Halt Residence City UoteL jan2 '54 tf. JA'S WM. WORN, IMPORTER and dealer in fine London, Liverpool, and Geneva Watches, of the most celebrated makers, No. 804 Cbesnut street, Philadelphia, has constantly on hand some cf the finest watches that can be found in the city, comprising chronometers, which are perfectly adjusted for tba dilferent changes of temperature and warranted perfect time-keepers. Dupte and Patent Lever Watches in lluntiog and Open-face ca.es, which will ba sent to anv part of the Union, securely packed, at prices varying as fol lows: Chronometers, from $100 to $000 in Gold Cases; Dupee, " 60 to 200 terers, " 25 to 200, some in magic cases; Lepincs " la to 50 Silver Levers. " 13 to 45. J. W W. having had many years experience in some of the la-gest manufacturing houses in London, can guarantee the correct performance i.f all watches purchased fiom him, as no watch is offered for sale until thoroughly examined. AH description of watches properly repaired on the pre mises. No, 804 Chesnut st, Philadelphia. an3 Sm. rST Beautiful White Teeth, Hctilthy Gu.ii, and a Sweet Brentli. Allwnoareccsiious.i oluui.- inz those benefits, should use 'riiiv'inPT.vitRTKITOtTII WASH. This delicious article combines jui.inrn! r.UK-iou iil ities that it his now become a stanj id tavuntj uis t:i citizens ot New York, Philadelphia end Baift.ioi e Dent ists prescribe it in their practice most buctosfully. tad from every source ine most nattering lauuauons ai o a a arc ed it Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately ben efitted by its use; iUnction upou them is mild, Kiothir.g and effective. It clcan.et the teeth so thoroughly that tLey are made to rival pearl in whitenes, and diffuse thtough the mouth such a delightful freshness that the breath is rendered extremely sweet It disinfects all those impuri ties which tend toproduca decay; and, as a consequence, when these ore relieved the teeth must always remain sound. Prepared only bv FRANCIS ZERMAN, Druggist and Chemist, Philadelphia. Sold wholesalo and retail by W. F. GRAY, Nashville. And by all Druggists, at only 25 I twenty-fire cents per bottle. faugO-Sm R, C. M'N AIEY & CO., No. fiS College st, NashviUe.Tenn, A BE now receiving their FALL STO K : OF NEW A. GOODS, to which they would resi.ecffully invite the attention of the public. . Embroideries. vSe! IroTwuich the ladies would do well to select early. Th SHU Goods. Ribbons, Trimming!), etc., Will surpass all previous displays. i Carpets. In a few days they will receive rich and extensive sup ply of Carpeti selected in the East by their buyer ex Sresslr for tWs trade, and which they intend to sell so cheap a to make it to the interest of every one to buy or theui. Their stock in this department will be $ 10,000. Alio of every thing in their line of buiines they will keep a constant supply of the best quality at Uie lowest price. Desiring to close their Summer stock before going into their New Stole, they are selling below cost. It alt who desire good bargains give them a calL aufl8 tr SELLING AT COST WALKING CANES, MEEK CUAUM PIPES, Ac. We are selling the balance of our stock of the above articles at coat, to close out. Any oneinwaatofthimwonlddowelltocallat ap7 LYONS A CO'S, 19 Cedar St. - TXRT GOODS, &C. A. AU4KJN. X. AND .E&UX. W. D. aCUXAEAX. -24' tOO1 HATS, CAPS, RE-VIMADEOLOTH. ,1611 J?iiDUe SairKNBtuViIlt, TcncHsee: HAVE opened their NL'.V WHOLESALE DRY GOOWIlOUSK.sndarenowreceivinaTery largo and. desirable stock of Goods, suited to the Fall and Win . ter seasons,, which tfcy are prepared to offer lo the trade on the most rcisorrablcte rms. Having- jit,.t ccmSjcoced business, oar entire Stock Is new, consequently of ihe latest st?!es and. patterns. Hav. ing1, tborefore, a" traSe to boiM up. we. Mn as'ore those wishing to, bny in, thin marker, that they will find it to their interest tn give us a call and examine our stock before pur-cha-sfug elsewhere, 9s we shall hold out inducements, that will preve to. them that we intend to sellchep. A . A. & CO. We wilFpurcha" at tho highest market vatua Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, Jthj.3, Lfcseys and Socks. "ttSioiki & go., ,r Sllm s1uart Saihrillt, Tena., ' DIFOBTERS ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS U Foreign and omestic DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING. OUIt Stock for the Fall is now complete, and having de void much attention ta the Fancy Department, such as Ladies' Dress Goods, Trimmins, Em broideries, ICilibouo, Talmas, Cloaks, Mantles, Ac., we fttl coBtdent that the stock is far i-jerior to auy in Nashville. . In Rcndy-JIade Clothing as well as in the whole Stock wc know .that we will give satisfaction both in Styles and Prices. Having purchased these Coeds at the Terr lowest figures-,, we are determined to fell ior Cash, or to prompt and responsible .Merchants ata very small advance, and thus make it to their interest to buy of us. aug-27 Snt T A W. EAKIN A CO. .FALL AND WliNTUR TKADE. EW GO AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES 1 1 AT JOHN K. HUME'S. JOHN KHUMIi HAS JUST RETURNED FROM he Eastern Cities, where he has purchiued h:s Fall and Winter Stock at v vrece-Uhted (na friett, and will sell them nt shall PEoms to suit pressures in the money market, sc He my.tes a I to call early, as bargains will be offered to cash and puuetual dealers! a eol S FALL IMPORTATIONS DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO. avaro': public square. WE are now receiving and will have in store by the middle of August our entire stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS, to which we invite the careful attention of Merchants gen erally. We particularly invite those buying for cash or on short time to ex'inine our stock and prices. Our success in conducting a business on the CASH AND SHORT T1MK PROMPT PAi SYSTEM, Jl satisfies us that it is entirely practicable, and that there is a Urge das of buyers, who, closely studying their best interests, are now acting upon that system. Cash asd short "vine sales enable us to keep our mead in rapid use, and thsreby greatly to reduce the profits re quired to sustain a business predicated en long credits In addition tn our purchases, we will bive a laigelctot Goods on consignment, embracing various brands nf Cot ton Yams, and over 00 bales BROWX DOMESTICS, Driliuigs..tc, of nil grades and prices. These goods are offered freely U the fade in general, regardless of whi.th other guodi are bought or not. jy2. DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO. $3T" AH kinds of Barter taken in exchange for goods, or sold Sir ensto jjers witaouf charsfa. shojes, hats straf'goods. NO 50 PUBLIl' -Qr N-kSUVILIS. rplIEatlontion at Mwcfcaata m: resprettWty invited to X ourex'ecstve rliuid .VVacter suypi.asof tUinjove Goods, whichare n--w airivr and ul be eomp't.e br the 24tnof Autfet-t Our p irehaces aresiaUe exciiKivIy of uiaoafactcrtrn, an I we are deform. to cxnpate inKceastuilt in ; rices with New York md lhib telpMa jnbbers. Our abi.ily t do this will nut in. us. ..ed bj an) c.uutd taaa wbo wiil take the trouble to iuvestibte the matier and compare our advantages with the-e of eastern hoiisrs. Our stock h ill he ucusurUj krge and varied, nod haters may rely on finding With as everything in our ' adsf,td to the wants of ti e trade, at ss low priees ss can be found in this or anv otlu.r tuai kct, IJAP.PNER, SHEPHERD A CO. The usual produce of tfce eoaatry. Wool. Feath .rs Gin seng, Ac., taken at the highest market value in rxebange for goods, or rapaym-nrofdebts. jv2 tf U S. A C 1831. NKW SRI.; IJIPORTATIOAS. ISM. JAiilliS NICIIOL, KO. 20, OS THE SQl .R, 0 DCK-R3 TKOit CGJJEUEST. iS now receivioand opening tor the Spring tiaj'on as sortment of Mlk, I'nucy ami Stnple Goods, that for extent, variety and nch ess, will surjss an stock that he has ever offered in this market, the assortment has been purchased on tbe most favorable trnns in the venous EAM'EKJi JI.UIKETS, and will boo'Jered at a very small advance on Eastern Costs, to cash buyers or punctoal customers. The Stock wiU embrace tbe following aiticles uievery variety: l)rt!ss Fabrics, Fmbrolderics; JCibbous; Laces; Gloves; Liuuens; White Goods; Clothes; Cassimeres; Veatings. Aei, At, to which will be made constant additions, by the arrival of every Steamer, thereby enabling him to present to those &voro him with a call, one of the largest and most desirable selection of ar ticles in h.s line to be found in this city. Nashville, March 1 5 '54 O; HOBEETSOi No. 45, College Street. Nashville, Tenncstoe. WUOLKIiALE AND KLTAIL DtALhlt IS BOOTS, SIIOLS, HATS, AND TRUNKS I I" AM n-iw receiving direct from the most approved JL Eastern Manufactories tbe largest, best, and most complete stocks of the above articles that 1 have ever ot tereJ, adapted to the Fall trifle, tn which I in vile the. at tention of purchasers. Findiog it impracticable to quit the trade, as I proposed to do last Spring, I have te entered with a large aMiamnent, determined to give gwod bargains. nng2 tf. A. It. ItOBSkT-'UN, MORGAN & CO., NO. 47. ARK in itk.-.p. oi r.i . r ;..i.vitui-c w!ueh intern e .... ui.' i..l v-'ie'.j- v tie la'-.-i a i e; (..-.- "M F.t VX f7OI).. Ibeir tt o. hej.iy . UU. I..-. ao4t..a' i'LF. UOODS is very cum, let and c f i i'.ie :e. ,: ,.ltt". N '.S w!tl fli,:t to t-pir i-V-e-t to eiauuie tuistx etMi.re luju l:whcrc, as tiiey aio preparod l- j '.ilc.l s- JClol HjUMCttllCtit-. ri:RTrRK! XA'rrai.sfc.sr t pianos i 1 1 Jli.Tr-ectveV! a fine aiirtetrfBed-T3g5i5!2 stevlf, Bureaus. Wire aad Tin Safes, SHi'Shf Sxlas. bofa Beds, BreaktW, Dinicg, Co- -fc5" tre. Side, and Work Tables, e tension Tab! -, Ac. A large ot of Wardrobes, Chairs, rtTill tin!s, Wmdw Shades I locks, an aisenmcnt of L. (iifcerts entire Ircn framed Pianos. CrpeSiir, 0 Cloth, Ac Mattresses, Shack, Moss Cotton and Jul Hair Spring Mttres. kept on band and made to order, awl rated. -Wis the time for th se wanting any artictesin tr.y lu.e to buy cheap roa Csstr. orappmvedp.p.r jjl2 If , 4. Union street. tVAJjL' PAPKll. ' OS HAND, fine assortment or ' Wall Paper or toe latest ami most fashionable sty lea, for Parlors, tii. IlinloM Itnnm .tr mt aiiAuao uuiiudi, Nashville Wall Paper Store, No. 2i College si. N. B. Paper Uangingnromptly attended to, warranted J. I. .V.tl maun... -... "mT,ihiiiiirM! . ... ... ' are now opening our Fall and Winter Stock of TV umiMHDg uoohs. ii cousisis oi evervuiiaic con and elegant ia bar liae.i We respectfully sik all to mrns Cii) . laugiO MYERS A jdcGILL. TllRKE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWAKD. i)AfAWAY from the subscriber about the 20ih August, iwp cegroej, JOE UAU. and JIM J& BUKRIS. Joeiinbtlcknegro,aboot24yeanold, 6 fest 1 inch hi-h verv stoat botnot fleshy, weighs about 13' lbs. bis a soar on one ofrns caees t,y a burner, read and wrte Ji S'SSm negio witiia peou.iarye.iu"c - Iv .fcjit lt ! vSnt .Id, 5 fiS -Jl'tihenn -tei ilvlLZZ" Thevarebcth keee. shrewd the "Bank ot rff: f lree mtn wnbthem. negroes, Wffifil fZ truva. "nVundertbecon ' yJSSSrf- -Sri. Tfe aH.e reward will Sen 'f"150 aBj r- 0r, lhoio'd SprihPclb3Ke-, WiMtemKi CWy Tennessee tt. ii'.;iik frtAii.x SKI'.I). TFT Y BUSHELS juit rte'd and fonsale by MM M a.-" mmnt SHEPHEBO &M.