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THE SHORT CORN CROP OF THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored by all. But notwithstanding the crop mil to a i large extent, be cut ofl", it is not entirely without remedy. This is to bo found in a machine known as Leavitt's Patent Portable Corn Mill and Crasher, -which is recommended to the attsntion of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. The Mill U strong and durable, perfectly ample tn. Ue construction, and ad-uirably adapted to the purposes for which it is designed, vie The shelling and grinding of com and crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels of meal per hour; crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and shellingtwenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect esse to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many reasons: 1st It is the only portable mill having the combined capacity of grinding, shelling, and crushing corn. 2d Unlikeother portable mills, all extra gearing, fram ing, shafts, spindles, horse powers, and the like are entirely dispensed with. 8d It exempts the possessor from a dependence upon wa ter mills, which during seasons like the present, is quite uncertain, and frequently attended with many inconveni ences and vexatious dels) s. 4th The use of this mill will secure to the farmer a sav ing of at least fifty per cent, in the quantity of grain con sumed, whilst it iz an admitted tact proven by those who have tried the experiment, and established by scientific test, tht stock fed upon crushed or ground corn, are more healthy, thrive better, and fatten in much 'its time than stock fed in a different manner. By the old method of feeding corn upoa the ground a large portion is wasted, and whatever nutriment the cob may contain (about lorty per cent) entirely lost. Whilst by crushing and proper feeding, a large and useless waste is avoided, and all the nunriment of the cob secured be ing so much clear gain. These are facto; and worthy of careful consideration. .The undersigned having purchased the right to the abovo mill in Davidson, Robertson, Marshall, Giles, Dickson, and Hickman counties, Tennessee, persons wishing to purchase, will please address the undersigned at Nashville, Tenn. The mills are furnished and put up ready for use, at Sev enty Five Dollars each. J. C. BALDWIN. CS5Persons wanting these mills in Bedford, Franklin or Lincoln counties, will address J. P. Dboxqoole, at Shelbyville. In Warren Cannon or Coffee counties, ad dress A. 3. Laxglkt, at Nashville, Tenn. sep2 wCm. TO MERCHANTS. Fancy Silk Bonnets. 12 rA?F.s fmn snt Ttnnnets in store. For sale br ffia,ll ' A. MORRISON A CO. LEGHORN HATS. 8 cases Bl'k Leg'n Hats, 3 cases White Leghorn Hats; 2 " Boys Tuscan Hats. ' In store and for sale by A. M0BRI3QN A CO. TXTILLOH' CUAOIjES 4 doz. Willow Cradles . V V ana Uam&rcs. in store ana iorsaie uy may ll A. MORRISON 4 CO. PEISF UJIER Y , Sr C. A general assortment of cheap Colognes, Bears Oil, Rose Oil, Ox Marrow, Lyons' Katharion. Barry's Tricopherous, Pearl Powder. Ac., ou hand and for sale by A. MORRISON A CO., Wholesale Variety Store, corner Square and Deaderick street. mayll '54 ISII1NU TACK LE.-Fish Hooks, Lines, Keels, Rods, Bait, Floats, Minner Nets, Artificial Minners, Flies, Worms, Ac. Just received and for sale by ap!3 A. MORRISON A CO. "JITATCUES! MATCHES! I -150 gross Patndge's XtJ- Matches in store and for sale by the case or single gross. je25 A. MORRISON A CO. LOOKING-GLASSES. 100 doien assorted sizes. For sale by je!i5 A. MORRISON A CO. SUNDRIES. 150 doz. Port Monies, ass'd quality; 175 doz Shoe, Cloth and Hair Brushos; 60 grots Masen's Blacking, assorted sizes; 50 Nest's Market Baskets, 4 in nest; 20 " Clothes do, 8 in nest; 60 Willow Wagons and Cabs; 25 " Cradles, and about 200 doz French Baskets, assorted. In store and for sale by A. MORRISON A CO., Wholesale Variety Store, corner Square end Deaderick street. junezo 1T WATT? PA.mtAK TiKlo mitt Alivhr HraTPPK je9. A. MORRISON A CO. OILET TABLES. 12 Chamber Toilet Setts, just re ceived by fje9. A. MORRISON A CO. TKP LADDERS AND CLOTHES HORSES. Just re ceived a new supply. je9. J A. MORRISON A CO. UNDRItS. Just received, Ice Picks, Ice Mallets, Ice Hatchets, Water Caniers and Water Coolers. jo9. A. MORRISON A CO. W' ATEIt COOLERS. Superior Water Coolers, various sizes and patterns, just received and for sale by A. MORRISON A CO., corner uvauci icv oi. nuu ouuic. ,rHil irtd rrnw rnnnd Runerior Matches In t - . t store ana lor saia uy mo -uu-m; ui biukid kiuoo, jei6tf A. MKKISOX A CO. FINE CIGARS. 1 invite the attention of smokers to to a supply of Regalias, which I have received to-day. B RANK Y I'RUITS.-aoaoz. assorted Brandy Fruits Just received. ao20 J. NIXON, Jn. TAMBOO FISHING ROUS. Just received, a i m small lot oi uue jkiuuuvi iwus, imu ........ Ac. juneT J. G. BROWN, 43 College street 17LOWKR POTS. A large lot of t lower FoU, as- C sorted sues, from S to 12 men, jus june7 J. G. BROWN. 43 College street. VACCINE VIRUS. A small quantity just received of reliable quality. Ac J. U. BROWN. COO LIVER OIL. Four grosses Rushton, Clark A Co.'s fresh and genuine Cod Liver Oil, iust received by aprill 43 College st. CLARET ! CLARET J 125 cases finest quality Table Claret ever offered in this market. Also 25 cases (rood ordinary, suitable for the trade, for sale low by inel6 GEORGE GREIG: CHAMPA-UN E.-Just received and for sale 70 bas kets superior Champagne Wines, se ected from a. niongst the most celebrated brands in the country, and war ran teLbyjunel6 GEO. GREIG. IJ-JIESII t'INE APPLES Received this day per steamer Nashville and for sale by ;,plS GEORGE GREIG. BANANAS Rec'd per steamer Nashville, bunchone fc'resh Bananas, and lor sale by aplS GEORGE GREIG. COCOA NUTS Just rec'd per steamer Nashville two tierces Fresh Cocoa Nuts, for sale by aplS GEORGE GREIG. FIGS 500 Drums FreshFigs, superior quality, received and for sale low by npi8 ' GEORGE GREIG. -VTELSON'S PATENT OPAGNE GELATINS; LN and Nelson's Patent refined Isinglass. Just received tnd for sale by GEORGE GREIG feb25. A No. 1 negro mau a good Stone Mason and good ser vant. faugl.J Uiiiuasruiuci.. DR. P. S. WOODWARD. Office No. 9 Cherry street, three doors north of Church street, has on hand Vacme Matter of tho very bestquality, which he will supply to the profession generally ct6 ly NOTICE. npHE undereicgned having this day disposed of his inter JL cstin the concern of Nichol, Peacoct A Co , to Chs. M. Nichol aud Jatnes Peicoek, takes this method of return-in- thanks to his numerous friends for the patronage here totore so liberally bestowed on him, and solicits a continu ance of the same to bis successors. . C M. Nichol and James Peacock are alone authorized to collect and pay all debts due to and from the late firm. Nhville, August 22. '54. JOHN F. SANDERSON. Tin-: GREAT SUMNER FAIR THIS grand exhibition will commenco on the 26th of Sep tember, 1S54, and continue for FOUR DAYS, at the Fair Grounds, OALLATIS, SUMNER COUNTY, TEX. Thoto beautiful grounds have been fitted up at a great expense, under the direction of a committee who have " made every arrangement for the comfort and convenience of visiters," and especially the ladies. The number of Stalls and Pens for every kind of stock have been largely increased, now far exceeding those of nny other fair giouads in the country. Most o! them have nlready been cngagrd by persons at a distance, and should the public interest increase, an addition ot several hundred more will be required. . The Society have also arranged for the completion or one of the LARGEST PAVILIONS Ever erected in theState; the Canopy, alone, containing over 20,000 feet of canvass, 10,000 feet of cord, with every necessary appendage the whole weighing over 7,000 lbs. The erection of this pavilion over the beautifully arranged amphitheatre, with elevated seats sufficient for SEVERAL THOUSAND PFRS0NS. Will contribute very greatly to the enjoj me&ts of the occa sion, aflcrding complete protection from the rays of the sun, aud giving the visitor a full view of tho circle and grounds. REGULATIONS. All articles or animals iutended for exhibition must posi tively beeniered belore 10 o'clock of the day of exhibition. The Society's book of entry will be opened from 1st day of September, and persons are respectfully requested to make their entries before the days of the Fair. No animal wul be admitted in the ring without being confined, unless l.y special permission from the Directors. All the members of subscribers families under twenty, one years ot age are admitted freeot charge. The iFair Grounds will be opened each morning at 9 o clock and the pioceedinga commence at 10. The Association solicits competition ror the premiums from every county m ihe State The olhcers ot all sister societies are respectfully invited to Bltend and participate with ua in the pleasures of the oc oasion. I Alt the ladies will confer a favor by granting us their presence. CAPT. Y. N. DOUGLASS. President. G.H.EDWARD:, Vice President . AV. U. CKUTCHER, Secretary. W- W. S. MUN DAY, Treasurer. DIRECTORS. GEN JOSEPH MILLER, W.J.DOUGLASS. K ALLEN. JOSEPH HARLAN, COL J.C. (JU1LD, TYREE H. BELL, BR HOWARD, SAM'L LAUDERDALE, UOBT. WILLIAMSON, WM. CAMRELL. angll dAtwtd HALL ANO TABLE LAMPS. A full assort ment of Hall, Table and Side Lamps for burning Oil and Lard. J ust received. "ugo A MORRISON A CO. LEECHES. A good supply of the Best Leeches, just Teceived Mid for a!e by STRETCH . OUR. SOTJTIffiRrEOtJTE: THE following" Classification and rates of Transportation , have been established by thdi Roads condecting Charleston and Savannah with Nashville: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery, Beots, Shoes and HatSj Bottlod Liquors and Oils. . -Caxnphine and Spirits Turpentine. in casks and barrels' rt?: V.i rti vrf n : . : -ocm: f!lneks. IiUIUU, U1&33 UUU t " ' ( 1 , ( Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and cases, JJry tiopas, Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery. Furs, Garden isecds, Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, "at owners risk." Oysters, in cans and jars, Saddlery, Tin Ware, Teas and 'SECOND CLASS. Hardware, "except CuUery," Heavy Castin-s and Ma- ChForeTgn Liquors, in barrels or pipes, Cordage, Tobacco iu boxes, Carriage Springs and Axles, Leather, in rolld and boxes. Oils, m barrels or casks, Crockery and Queens ware in crates and casks. Rice, Zinc, Whiting, Plaster of Paris', Ac per 100 Bbs. , 1 00 SPECIAL RATES. Boxes. Furniture. Piano Fortes. Carriages, "boxed," and other light articles, not enumerated. Also. Carboys of Acias, win ds ixen at actual weignt, put cnargea uouuie, 1 st class rates DerlOOlhs. -$240 All articles not enumerated, to be charged at rates pf analagous articles. Merchants shipping from the Eastern cities will find this the cheapest, as well 83 the most expeditious route. Freights from New York and Philadelphia to Charleston, and Savannah, ranges from 6 to 12 cents per cubic foot, according to class and character of vessels. As the Railroad Companies at Charleston and Savon--nah have discontinued the Receiving and Forwarding of Merchandise, it will be necessary to assign to Commission Merchants at those points. Shinners may rely upon a strict adherenje to the above r. ' H. L ANDERSON. Super't, Nashville, July 4 tf N . A. C. R. R. SPECIAL NOTICE, No shipments entitled to the above rates unless each and every package has the name of the Depotofdelivery, and the initials N. A C. R. B. plainly marked upon it. II. I. A. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Inis Kojd being now complete, it opens a communication .be tween Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh and Baltimore, by which freight from the West can reach an Eastern Market quicker and cheaper than by any pf the, present rival routes. They connect with the Daily Packets at Pittsburgh, from St Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheel ing, and all the diflerent points on the Western waters; al so with the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad and Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad, at Pittsburg. Cars run through between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, without transhipment of freight an adviintajo that can be appreciated by all shippers. In ease of obstruction of navigation, by Ice nrlowwater, Freights Westward can be forwarded from .Pittsburgh to Cincinnati, or towns in the interior, by Railroad. Rates of Freight between Pittsburgh and Phila delphia or Baltimore. WINTER I TRST CLASS. bates. SUMUF.H KATtS. Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Capct ing. Furs and Peltries, Feathers, Sad dlery, Ac SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationary, Dry Goods in bales, Drags, Glassware, Groceries, (except Coffee.) Hardware, Holloware, Machinery, Oilcloth, Wool, Ac. THIRD CLASS. Bagging, Bacon, and Pork in bulk, Butler salted, Copper in in I per 100 lbs. suets. I octs ,V5cts. 60cts gots, flaxseed, uogs uair, riax, lAtum- er Eastward, Zinc J 65cts. SOcts FOURTH CLASS. Bacon and Pork pack-1 ed, Candles Eastward, tjueesc tastwarcl, Fish "salted, Iron, Soda Ash, Tobacco in Leaf; Eastward, Tar, Rosin, Whiskey, Cotton, (in Summer,) Coffee, Lard Oil," (through.) Pork fresh, in full car loads, at owner s risk -50c& 40cts - ? GEO. C. FRANCISCUS, Freight Ag't Pittsburgh. E.J. SNEEDER, Freight Agent, Philadelphia. MAG RAW & KOONS, Freight Agents, Baltimore. JOSEPH L. ELLIOTT, Fght Ag't. No 7 west St. N IL IL. HOUSTON, Genl Freight Agent, Philadelphia. augS PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Three Daily Lines from Pittsburg to Philadelphia. Running through by Morning Mail Train, leaving Pittsburg at 7 o, clock A. M.,and arriving in Philadelphia at 12 the same night. By noon, Through Fast Line, leaviiigPittsborg at 1 Ps M., and'arriving in Philadelphia at 5 A. -11. And by night Through Express Train, leaving Pittsburg at 9.40 P.M., and arriving in Philadelphia at 2 P.M. The N'ight Express runs daily, the other two, Sundays excepted; and connecting with the Trains from Louis, Missouri, Alton, Galena and Chicago, Illinois; Frankfort, Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky; Terre Haute, Madi son, La Fayette and Indianapolis, Indiana; Cincinnati, Day ton, Spring6eld, Bellefontaiue, Sandusky, Toledo, (Jleve land, Columbus, Zanesville, Madison and Wooster, Ohio. Also connecting at Pittsburgh with the Steam Packet Boats from New Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville and Cincin nati. Fare through (all the way by Raliroad to Philadelphia;) from Chicago, - $18 25 Columbus, - $12 C5 Madison and La Fav. Bellefontaine, - 12 25 ette, - " 1" 25 Zanesville, - 12 25 Indianapolis, - 15 25 Newark & Sandusky, 11 75 Louisville. - 17 25 Mansfield & Crestline, 11 00 Cincinnati, - 15 00 Wooster, - - 10 50 Dayton. - - 18 75 Cleveland - 10 0 Xenia, - - 14 00 Pittsburgh, - 8 OD Toledo, - 1800 J Passengers from the West will find this the short est and most Expeditions Route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, or Boston. THUS. MUOKK, Agent. Passenger Lines Philadelphia. S. MESKIMEN, Agent, Passenger Lines, Pittsburgh. Philadelphia, August 6,1854 tf NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL' ROAD. DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS. EexpressMail Train leaves daily for Chattanooga at 3 o' clock A. M. Accommodation Train leaves daily for Shelbyville at 8 o'clock P. M. Through Tickets to Charleston, S. C , $15 60 " " " Savannah, Ga., $15 00 ' " " " Wilmington, N. C. $19 00 To be liad at the Railroad and General Stage Ollice under the Verandah Hotel, and at the Ticket Office, 'Passenger Depot H.I. ANDERSON, july4: tf Supt Transportation. GREAT REDUCTION IN FREIGHT BETWEEN NASHVILLE AND CHARLESTON, S. C- EASTERN GOODS FROM CHARLESTON TO KASIIYILLK. ARTICLES FIRST CLASS. BOOKS and Stationary, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Bottles, Liquors, Oils, Camphine, and Spirits Turpentine in casks and barrels, Carpeting, China and Glass 'Ware, Cigars, Clocks, Confectionary, Cutlery in boxes and case. Dry Goods in boxes and bales, Drugs, Fruit trees and Shrub bery, Furs, Garden Seeds, Glass, and Looking Glasp, Plates "at owners risk," Oysters in cans and icrs. Sad dlery. Tin Ware, Teas nnd Spice?, per 100 lb. gl 10. SECOND CLAS. Hardware, except Cutlery, Heavy Casting and Machine ry, Foreign Liquors in barrels or iiiies, Cordage, Tobacco in boxes, Carnage Springs and Axles, Leather in rolls or boxes, Oil in barrels or casks.Queen'sware in crates or casks, Rice, Zinc, Whiting, Plaster Paris, Ac., per luo lb. SOc. SPECIAL RATES. Boxes. Furniture, Pianos, Carriage Boxes, and other lisht articles not enumerated; alio Carboys. -f acids will be ta-; en at actual weigut but charged double Itl class ot rates, say per 100 lb. $2 20. PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON. Cotton and Leaf Tobacco in Hhds S'C Corn per bushel is Pork m barrels per 1001b $1 00 Bagging and Rope do do 1 00 Any article not enumerated to be chjrgcd at the rates cf analagous articles. GEO. YONGE , Gen'l Super't.Georgia Railroad, Augusta, Ga , WJI.I1. STOCKTON, Genl Super't South Carolina Railroad, Charleston, augl 8 m. DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 25 bbls Domestic Bran dies; 15 barrels Gin; 20 bbls old Rye and Bourbon Whisky; ltl bbls Sweet Malaga Wine; 5 N.E Rum. Forsaleby aug4-ly STEWART & WEAKLEY. UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The Annual Course o Lectures in this department will commence lu MON DAY, November 18, and will terminate iu the ensuing March. JAMES JONES, M. D., Professor of Practice of Medicine. J. L. RIDDELL, M. D., Professor of Chemistry, . WARREN STONE, M. D., Professor of Suigery. A H. CENAS. M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. A J. WEDDERI1URN, M. D., Professorof Anatomy. GUSTAVUS ANOTT.M. 1)., Professor of MateriaMedica. THO i. AS HUNT, M. D., Professor of Physiology and Pa thology. CORNELIUS CBEARD.M.D, 1 ,,,. ... SAMUEL P. CHOPI'IN. M. D. f PemonsttorsoTAnatmy The rooms for Dissecting will be open on the third Mon day in October. The Faculty are VisilingFhysicians and Surgeons of the Charity Hospital, and attend this institution fiom Novem ber to April. The Students accompany the Prsfessors in their visits, and, free of expense, enjoy extraordinary practical advan tages. There, are during the session, about eight hundred per sons prescribed for daily. in 1653 the number of patients was thirteen thouands seven hundred and fitly nine. aug. II wtd. THOMAS HUNT, M. 1)., Dean. RAGS ! $250 In Pre fiiii sons. I WILL pay the above premiums in sums of flOO, $50, $40, $30, $20 and $10, to any six met chants or pedlars who will deliver me, from this date to the 1st July. 155.", the largest amount of RAGS. The same to bo bought out side of, and by men doing business outside of Nashville or vicinity. T.-J!ki'ATALLTIUE'S PAY THE HIGHEST MAR KET PRICE IN CASH FOR RAGS ON DELIVERY, and issue a certihcate to the ownerof the amount received and Sw ?";. T.?e ce,rtifi1es must be kept and sent in next maLTh. h?e i,',terestedmcreh.-mts of Nashville can S Th largest amount being entitled to the Merchant L. ?681'0 "- and on down. knowTrXeUnSe W "ft pIelSe Write that 1 ? tionswillnoUealloed. Ue ""'""te. Combina- Woollen, Linsey, Silk and "Worsts ra . and will not be included in the abo C3 DOt Wlinted' I earnestly solicit greater attention to savins ing Rags throughout Middle Tenn. 8 anJ bu jy8 lydtriwiw W. S. WHITEMAN N orth East corner of tho Square, CLOTHING. T. J. M0CXTOX. JSO. 3. BEECH. mmm & bseoh, WHOLESALE A2IB BET AIL DRUGPISTS AND GROCERS, -f Nbs.52nn(154Rroadivay BETWEEN COLLEGE AND CITERRT STREETS. NASHVILLE, TENN. WEaro now just in receipt of a large and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, IDyes, -Turpentine, Putty, Glass and Glassware. ' ALSO A large stock of Groceries and Sundries, viz : Td hhds prime Stiirar: 100 boxes Star Candles: 150 baga Rio Coffee. 100 bbls Molasses; 50 U bbls do; 20 bbls Crushed Sugar; 10 " Powdered do; 20 bags Pepper; 10 ' Alspice; . "20 doz cans Oysters; J2 " ;fresh Peaches; 100 boxes Ground Spices; - r.'v .1 i ir.i..j. 200 kegs Nails, assorted; 150,000 Cigars, common and fine; 150 boxes Glassware, assort 8,000 galls Stoneware, as sorted; 1,000 kegs White Lead; 500 boxes Window Glass; 1,000 lbs Putty, in bladders;; 1,000 lbs Span Float Inefgo; 50 doz keers Mustard: l,oW lbs Dutcn aiaciaer; ihO boxes best Chewing To- 20 bbls Clover Seed; bacco; 10 " nmotny: lOkegsFfg Tobacco, very 200 bushels Blue Grass; fine article; 200 " Millet Seed: 150 gross Matches; . 150 Reams Wrap Paper 10 casks fine Brandy; 10 " American Brandy 10 ' SM.Wine; 100 bbls Whisky, all grades; MOULTON & BEECH. 75 UQZliuctets; 40 doz Brooms; mar7 '54. Come one Came all ! This Hock shall fly From its firm base as soon as I ! ! ! FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-4. rTMIE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of I x- t 'n j . . ..t-.t-. imsiiviue anu surrounuing country mat ue nas now on hand, and-receiving additions daily, a large stock of Gents .FASHIONABLE liEADY MADE CLOTHING, for Fall and Winter wear. Amonir which May be found: Fine Black and Blue Cloth . Cloaks, Spanish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do, liiacik, lime, urown ana uiive uver uoats, &aca raletots, Box, Frock and Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles and colors too numerous to mention. Pants and Vests of ever style and color,"to suit the most rastiduous. Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDRENS' CLOTHING. Fine Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers Suspen ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, "Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &c Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere ' septlS , L. POWERS, No 34, Market St, opposite Union Street. . Nf.B. Not to bo sold or undersold by any man or com bniation of men. . P CLIFTON & ABBOTT, No. 15, Cedar Street, A RE now receiving their SPRING AND SUMMER T3l STOCK OF CLOTHING: comprising all the latest T YLES, and of quality, superior to any other in the City. As our CLOTHING is Manufactured by the Senior partner T T r f rr?mriv n .i i 3 1 t - . . n.i. ouiriu.i.im ruiiaaeipnia,; we can guarantee me WORKMANSHIP to be GOOD. apl7 tf. HARDWARE. w P. O a'- m w if : Pi 5 pa K t4 .a t3 3 cT ia P. sj SS, 3 S 5 P. Si Sf- Sec aid C3 on m c etc o 35 at jru i. S e. o c x x C5 .S Pi 'A i- - 2 - O O r m , BO m n 3S 23 U T3 " 2 3rs 0 (A 0S'2 a c 03 t S3 -r. c3 03 t-f 3 X o 5m 3 r Eh a o o o o i o w NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL ROAD. Change of Schedule. ON and after SATURDAY NEXT, tho 19th inst., the Mail and Passenger Train will leave Nashville daily at 11 o clock and 30 minutes, r. il.. I instead ot s A. 31. as at pre&ent,J arriving at Chattanooga at 9 o'clock and 0 min utes, A.JU. Passencers iroing East or to Charleston and Savannah, will, by this arrangement, avoid the present delay of 15 hours at Chattanooga, and either going to or returning from those points will meet with no detention except for meals or change ot Daggage. The return Train from Chattanooga and the Accommo dation Train to Shelbyville will becontmutdon their pres ent tcliedule time. 11. i. A.MJfcttSU.N, augl7 '54 Supt. Transportation. A CARD. HAVI NO secured the agency for the sale of FISK' ME TALLIC liURIAL CASES in Middle Tennessee, we deem it necessary to inform the public of the many advan tages possessed by this Case over any that have ever been ofleied to us for sale. There aie some who honestly think that tho Air-Exhausted C'( liln is superior to the Metallic Case we use; and others, from interested motives, are constantly endeavor ing to build up a reputation for the same, by comparisons wholly at variance with science and experience. As a proof of our assertions, we give theopinion of J. R. Chil ton-, m. D.,oneolihe most celebrated Chemists ot the age, and a gentleman well known to every well informed physi cian of this and every country where civilization exist. Ha says: Exiuusti.no Aie Pkomotes DccoHrosmoy. Any at tempt to exhaust the air from a receiver of the body of a deceased person, would promote rather than retard decom position. 1. Under such an experiment, the expansion of the air within the tissues, would cause more or less fracture, and produce an effect similar to a bruise. 2. The temperature of the atmosphere would have a great er inlluence in proportion to the removal of atmospheric pressure. The presence of atmospheric air is not essential to de composition, where any degree of putrefaction already ex ists, as the last change will communicate to other parts, causing their elemenlary constituents (oxygen, hydrogen, nitro.en, and caroon ) to separate, and reunite with a simi lar effect to that produced by the presence of atmospheric air. Thus, under a Consfcintcxhaustation, the effect of an elevated temperature upon the moisture of the body would .be more powerful, and, consequently, decomposition more rapid. JAMES R. CHILTON, M.D., Chemist With thete facts emanating from an authority so distin guished, together with certificates from the most able and learned men of the country in regard to the advantages of "Fish's Ultial Cases" before us, it is not surprising that we should give our preference to the article we use over ever' other, all ot which have been tendered us for sale, but invariably have we refused to use them. CORNELIUS & DORRIS, agu5 2m. late M'Combs, Cornelius A Co. EAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. BY J. G. POINTS. References. Hon. A. H. H. Stuart, Stanton, Va. Dr. Jack Shackelford, Courtland, Ala. Hon. J. J. Onnond, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dr. J. l'urice, Mobile, Ala. J. J. McMahon, Esq., New Orleans. Col. B. C. Rurnctt 1 li. M. Bradford, Esq., V Aberdeen, Miss. Hon. S.Adams, ) Tampa, Florida, Jan.24 '54 ly. IN THE PRESS And to be published in monthly numbers, A GREAT EPIC POEM, entitled THE MORIAD; OR, END OF THE JEWISH STATE, nr BEN ASAPH, A Christian Jew of the third Century. T1UXSLATED From the Sjrac Hebrew, nr ANSELM KORLSTOFF. This work as the numbers are issued may be had and subscribed for at the Book Stores of W. 'J. Berry & Co., John York, and Toon, Nelson & Co. (je21 tf. THOSE BEAUTIFUL PIPES I hate just re ceived alotot the most beautiful MEERSCHAUM PIPES ever brought to the western country. 1 invite gentlemen to call and examine them, at the sign of the little INDIAN, corner of Cherry and Cedar streets. feb7 '54 tf J. MOORE. TUST RECEIVED. One case of Dill's fine Fig Leaf To fj bacco. Persons using this Tobacco will find it to their advantage to call at the sign of the Little Indian, Cherry and Cedar streets. For sale wholesale or retail by 124. . MOORE. MEDICINE, &C. MEW .STORE. ar. Or. hhowio', (Formerly of Vie firm of Eurin, Brown & "Ca. HAS OPENED, with an entire new. stock of JL. Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, ATA Ac-, Ac, on the site formerly occupied by the old.,wU firm, Ko. 45, College Street,, three ,doow from Union, where he will be pieced to wait upon' his old friends and citizens generally. Particular attention is given to Physi ian' Prescriptijns, which will be filled with accuracy and dispatch. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, comprising Pocket Cases, assorted; Pocket Vial Cases, sev eral new patterns; Speculums, assorted; Midwife, Amputat ing and Trepanning Instruments, in .Cases or separate; Tooth Forcep and Keys; Stethescopcs; Cupping Apparatus; Stomach Pumps; Dissecting Instruments; Ac. &c, Truses in every variety a complete assortment of everything us ually kept in this line may be found at f. Q. BROyfN'S, 43, CoUegeSt. febll '54 . FBESH imRIViLX-S At the Vt'holesale and Retail Drug, Medicine, Chemical, Perfumery, Fancy, Article, Stone lvare, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Sand Paper, Brushes, Seed, Glnss, and Glass Ware Store of H. O. SCOTEL, NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, THREE DOORS WEST OF TIIE.NASHY1LLE INN.: 600 galls, best Winter Lard Oil; 100 gross Wood Box Matches; 100' Bushels clean Blue Grass Seed, (Kentucky;) 100 do strip'd do do do do; 10 barrels Clover Seed; 20 do Plaster Paris; 60 do Hydraulic Cement; 89 Sacks Osage Orange Seed, for Hedge Fence; 100 ounces best London Sulphate Quinine; 1000 pounds Epsom Salts; 2 barrels Top Onions; 230 Dental Files, (Stnbb'fl;) 1530 lb3 Roll Sulphur; 1256 Flor- do; 835 pounds Imported Castile Soap; 847 ulo Indigo; 40 gallons best Coach Varnish; i( 40 do do Japan do; 1 ' , 40 do do Furniture do; 42 do do Demar do; 20 reams Vanderpools Flint Paper; 1000 pounds French Zinc White Paint; 1300 " Fresh Putty: For FINISHING PARLORS in the most beautiful modem Northern stye, the subscriber has obtained the French Zinc White Paint Those who are building fine houses and making improvements, would find this article decidedly superior, withal void of the deliaterious influen ces ot Y nito Lead i'aint. or sale oy feb21 H. G. SCOVEL. MEDICINES FOR Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, and those affections of the bowels peculiar to the season of the yean Grafenburg Children's Pa-Port Wine; nacea; Ball's Cholera Syrup; Grafenburg Dysentery SyrupjBledsoe's Compound for Di Turner's Balsam for Dysen- arrhcea; terv; No. 6; Best French Brandy; Fresh Mustard; Cayenne Pepper; Elix Paregoric; Diarrhcea Mixture; Stephens' Astringent Syrup; Buchanan's Cholera MediciaeCalcined Magnesia; Nichol's do do Esssence Peppermint. For sale at the Drug, Medicine and Chemical Store, North side of tho Public Square, by june21 H. G. SCOVEL. The attention ot Fishermen r solicited to a fresh lot of superior Bamboo Poles, Platted and Twisted Silk Lines, Hooks, Single and Twisted Snods, Extra Strong Gut and Gimp with best Lim erick Hooks, Yankee Doodle Hooks, Reels, Ac, Ac. Just received and for sale by U.G. SCOVEL, North side of the Public Square, 3 doors westcf the Nash, villelnn. june24 URE WHITE LEAD in Kegs of 25 pounds, warranted, and for sale by H. G. SCOVEL. rrn DOZ. Barry's Tricophorus and Lyras Kathairon, and I Jj Bogle's Hyperion Fluid, for the hair. For sale by june21 H. G. SCOVEL QQQ CANS OF POTASH . The cheepsst and best OOpreparation ever sold lor making Soap; one can make, 60 lbs. bard soap or 100 lbs. soft price 75 cents per can. Just received and for sale by W.F.GRAY, may24 17 Broadway. 36 DOZEN SARATOGA WATER.-Just re ceived andforsaleby W.F.GRAY, may24 17 Broadway. i o DOZEN OXYGENATED BITTERS. L5The most effectual remedy now known for Dyspepsia. Just received and forsale by W. F. GItAY, may 24 17 Broadway. QfkA DOZEN DR. ROSE'S CELEBRATED O U J Family Medicines. Just received and forsale by mayzt. w .t.uKA.1, ll .Broadway. rro SEVMORE'S GALVANIC ABDOMINAL I jLi Supporters which will be sold unusually low. Just received anu lor sale Dy v. f . ukai, may24 17 Broadway. ff DOZEN BROWN'S ESSENCE OF jX UUM AICA GINGER. Juit received and for sale by may24 W. F. GRAY. 17 Broadway. 25 r BARRELS ROSIN. Just received and fur sale by W. F. GR Y, may24. B.w. o. 17 Broadway. CONGRESS WATER. 88 dozen Congress or Vbaratoga Water, just received tresti trom the bpnngs put up in quart ana pint noiues. rors&ieoy STRETCH k DRR. Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and Union streets. imayg-t-j STRETCH At ORR, Wholeeale and Retail Druggists, Corner of College an Union Street, Nashville HAVE now in store a large stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Ac, to which they invite the atten-gr tion of Painters and Vho!e.aJe Dealers. Tm. SAND PAPER. (If) REAMS Vanderpool's Flint Sand Paper of assorted vsizes. iteceiveu ana ior sale tow dv aug3. STRETCH & ORR. VARNISHES. 3 BARRELS best Furniture Varnish; 2 do do Copal do; 2 do do Japan do. For sale in quantities to suit by STRETCH A ORR. BLACK LEATHER VARNISH. A FINE article of Black Mantle Varnish received and for sale by aug3.) STRETCH A ORR. MANTLE VARNISH. A: PRIME article of Black Leather Varnish, received and for sale by faug3. STRETCH A- OUR, CHROME GREEN. kAA LBS. best Chrome Green, dry and ground in oil, tuu some in urge tin cans, r or sale low oy aug3. STRETCH A ORR. BURNT UMBER. ONE case Burnt Umber ground in oil in pound cans, received and forsale low by aug3. STRETCH A ORR. WINDOW GLASS. A LARGE supply of McCullys Window Glass of as- sorted sizes. Just received and tor sale low Dy ang.3. STRETCH A ORR. PEKIN TEA COMPAN Y.l have a full supply of the best qualities of Teas, put up by this Company. It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Brown A Co., which gave such general satisfaction. The Ne Plus Ultra Black Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be superior to any in this market; also, Teas in small caddie of 2 lbs each. J. G. BROWN. febI2 w INTER STRAINED LARD OIL. Six bblz just received by J. G. BROWN. COD LIVER OIL. Four gross Rushton, Clark A Oo.'s best article, warranted pure and fresh, just receiv ed by ffebll-'54. J.G.BROWN. BERMUDA ARROW ROOT. Warranted per fectly pure and fresh. A full supply at febll-4. J. G. BROWN'S. PERFUMERY in every style, French, German and American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac., Ac. Tooth Powder and Paste, Piver's Aromartic Vinegar, Glenn's Rose Bears Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white Windsor Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general assortment of Plain and Fancy Soaps, lluir Brushes, Ac, Ac. Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fine Combs, Ivory do. Powder Puffs and Boxes, Lilly Wli ite. Alabas ter, Ac, Ac. febll-'51 J. G. BROWN. B. L. CHEN'S HAW, X. C VABIS SOMETHING NEW. WE having completed our Shop, and put up all our machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carpenters' work on the shortest notice. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS of all sizes, BANISTERS, WINDOW and POOR FRAMES of all sizes, completed; BOXES of all brdscn band at all times; CIRCULAR WORK of any kitd done. LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed to any i:7c, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches square. Persons wanting any thing in our line, wou,d do well to give us a call before purchasing eUewhere, as we are deter mined to do all of our work well, and give perfect satisfac tion, and as cheap as it can be done. All work delivered to any bouse in town without cost. Shop on Broad street, west of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, where we will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that wants work. CRENSHAW A FAR IS. jan26 ly. BALTIMORE COFFEE. 200 bags just received from Baltimore finest ever received in Nashville. jel6tf fiiAwl LANIER A PHILLIPS. HURT'S VERMIFUGE. THERE is perhaps no disease to which children are ex posed that is so universal and fatal as Worms; persons of all ags are subject to it, and if neglected it may prove ruinous. Then why will you hesitate when you can always have a preventor in vour bouse at very little expense, viz: Hurt's Unrivaled Vermifuoe. The Medicine stands ore- eminent the rapidity with which it expels Worms is truly remarkable. Strict attention isallthatis required. Sold by Merchants and Druggists generally. Rdsselvilli, Ky, July 2d, 1853. Mb. B. F. Hurt Dear Sir: I have been using your Ver mifuge in my family ever since I have been acting as Agent for you. 1 havu used Fahnestock's, Jaynes', Loudw A Go's., and others, but must give yours the decided prefer ence over all others. I would recommend ltto the commu nity as a valuable medicine, 'U resPectfully, sept 24 wiy niAiiufl wmysn'rg. GROCERIES. GROCERIES. rpHE FOLLOWING COMPRISES Hi PART OUR JL STOCK, which is1 nearly complete, which enables us to offer inducements to purchasers: 769 bags Rio, Havana, Lag- 20boxes Stoughton Bitters; uyraand Java Coffee; 200 casks English Soda; 400 bags extra Baltimore CoP- 50 chestsTeas, assorted; fe 25 bbls Caackers; 880 hhds choice and prime 100 dox Wash Boards; Sugar; Cotton Yarns, ass'd; 110 bbls Loaf crushed and 200 doz Buckets; powdered Sugar; 100 bbls Flour; 800 bbls Molasses; 50 doz Scotch and Sappee fiOObbU do; Snuff; 50 X do Golden Syrup; 500 bags Shot, ass'd; 50 bags Pepper; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 20 " Spice; 5000 lbs bar Lead; 25 " Ginger; 100 gross Blacking; 25 bbls Mackerel; 50 boxes Fancy Soap; CO kits do; 800 " Rosin Soap; 500 boxes Sardines; 10 csks. A Sign't Brandy; 25 Pickles, assorted; 10 " Otard, Dupy ACo do 10 bbls Alum; .5 " Madeira Wine, .10 " Brimstone; 20 bbls Fort Wine; 5 bbls Spanish Brown; 25 Indian bbls Sweet Wine, 600 bags hue Salt; extra; 500 bbls Salt; 20 bbls Sweet Wine, 200 .Demijohns, assorted; 2 pipes Holland Gin; 50,000 Cigars, various brands; 30DblsAm do; 800 boxes qt, pt. and pint 50 bbls Brandy; Flasks; 20 bbls Rum; 60 boxes Tumblers; 60 " Peach Brandy; 000 kers Nails, osst'd; 10 " Apple do: 100 reams Wrap Paper, 50 " OldBourhonAVhisky 610 ceroons best Indigo; 60 " Old Rye do; 2 casks Madder; 50 " Old Reserve do; 100 bxs Tobacco, all grades; 50 " OldMong do; 50 doz Cords and Lines; 6C0 " Rect'd do; 100 bxs white Havana Sugar-,200 " Pike's Mag. do; 100 boxes Star Candles; 200 boxes Claret Wine; 100 gross Matches; 25 " Starch; 60 boxes Tallow Candles; 20 boxes Lemon Syrup; Together with many other articles usually kept in our line. LANIER A PHILLIPS, jnlyl6'5t b w No. 89 Market street nran itcusa rain, tekeass. JIIcCREA & TERR ASS, Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS 1.S Liquor, Iron, Castings, Naili, Hour and Salt, Ko. 35 Broad St., Nashville, Tenn. SUNDRIES. 100 hhds. prime N.O. Sugar, 20 bags spice, 150 bbls. Molasses, 80 " ginger, 200 U " do., 4 bbls. putty, 25 kegs golden syrup, 5 " alum, 850 bags Baltimore Coffee, 5 " brimstone, 75 " Havanna do., 40 casks soda, 127 " Laguyra do., 150 kegs white lead, 50 pockets old Java do., 800 boxes pint and quart 150 bbls. loaf and powdered flasks, Sugar, 100,000 Havana scgars, 5 tierce3 Rice, 50,000 melee and Cuba six 60 boxes Langhorn A Arm- segars, stead's Tobacco, 100 gross matches, 100 boxes other brands, 125 boxes and boxes star 10,000 lbs. bar lead, candles, 400 bags shot, assorted, 175 boxes tallow candles, 900,000 G. D. per'sion caps, 75 " bar soap, 800 kegs powder, 100 cases gunpowder and 50 boxes starch, imperial tea, 300 demijohns, 6 bbls. Epsom salts, 800 bags fine salt, 75 boxes 8 oy 10, 10 by 12, 1000 bbls. Kan. do., and 12 by IS glass. 800 boxes W. R. cheese, 100 boxes and & bxs raisins, 150 " E.D. do 80 " lemons, 75 doz. plough lines and bed 2 cases indigo, cords, 1 cask madder, 25 bags pepper, 150 buckets. The above will be sold very low at 35 Broad st. by McCREA A TERRASS. To Railroad and Turnpike Contractors. J DOZ. picks, 12 dozen shovels, D 10" mattocks, 40 drills, 10 " spades, 75 steel pointed crow bars, 5 " sledge hammers, 50 crow bars, unfinished; In store and for sale low by McCRKA A TERRASS. LIQUORS. fZyt PIPES fine brandies, 200 bbls. Pike's magnolia O 1 " Holland gin, whisky, 1 puncheon Irish whisky, 800 " Tenn. rec'd do., 40 bbls. port wine, some very 75 " Bowers' do., fine, 50 " magnolia rye do., 5 bbls. sherry wine, 25 " old Bourbon do., 5 " Madeira do. 40 " American brandy, 40 " sweet Malaga, 55 " N. E. rum, 15 boxes Muscat wine, 50 " copper D. whiskv. 25 " claret do., 25 " New York gin, 20 " brandy cherries, 2V pipes cherry brandy; 40 baskets champaign wine. The above will be sold very low and on liberal time, at 85 Broad st, by McCREA A TERRASS. DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 25 bbls New York Brundv; 10 " Gin. Forsaleby mchlO'54 R. F.BELL, No. 23 College st, opposite Sewanee House. OUGAR 600 hhds Louisiana Sugar all grades, in k j o.ui u iiu u iur lie uy if n- uunuu.i a "TOLASSES 200 barrels Craighead's Molasses, for XIX sale by marJ2 W. U. GORDON A CO. N JAILS 50o kegs Shoenberger's Nails aU sizes.for sale Dy marz-j v. it. uuiiuu.i s ACK SALT 14u0bags fineSackSjlt, for sale toar rive per Iroquoisby W. U. GORDON A CO. mar2254 B AR SOAP 100 boxes Prescott A Co., Rosin Soap, lorsaieoy m arcs: w. ii. uuuuu.i Jt i;o. (JTAR CANDLES 125 packages WerkA Co, Star nannies, in wnoies, naires ana quarters, irr saie oy mar22 TVTA.ILS IOGO KEGS SIIOENBERGER'S 1M CELEBRATED NAILS! all sizes. Forsaleby jan5 W. H. GORDON A CO. O LASSWARE. aOO BOXES ASSORTED JT Tumblers, Jars, Lanthems, Ac. For sale bv jan5 W. II. GORDON A CO. rpOBACCO. SOD BOXES BARTLETT JONES' JL Extra lrgima lobacco; 100 boxes Ferguson's Extra Virginia Tobacco; 100 " Stubblefield'g do; 100 " Goodwin's do; 100 " Boaz do; ith various other brands, for sale b v ian5 W. II. GORDON A CO ,MRE PROOF SAFES WE HAVE ON hand a general Assortment of Rich A Co.'s celebrated ire Proof Safes, ocknowledced by all wherever they have been tested, to be the best article of the kind manufactured in this or any other country. We sell at Manufacturers' prices, ireigni added. w . u. uuituu. & CO jau5 CIGARS. 10 CASES LA NAPOLEON RE GALIA CIGARS; 10 cases La Waternal Regalia Cigars; 10 " Wandering Jew " do; 5 " Las Tres Marias " do; 5 " LaEstclla " do; With various other brands, for sale bv tho case only, jano W. 'H. GORDON ACO. BRANDIES AND W INES. 16 casks superior Brandy, (warranted pure,) .5 quart casks old Port Wine; 5 " " "Madeira do 2 half pipes very fine Brndy. For sale by mchlO '54 U. F 11FLL AUTlCr.. I HAVE this day associated with me in business my sons, L. H. A J. C. FRENCH. The business of the firm will hereafter be conducted in the style and under the july2'04 tf H. S. FRENCH. n. x. mtrbs. a a cautkb. CARRIAGES THAT M UST BE SOLD. WE have yet on hand about TWENTY- C&ZXiSU FIVEFINE CARRIAGES, ROCKWAYSsSfc. AND BUGGIES of the newest style, warranted thp vprv best material and superior w. rkmanship, all of which we are detei mined to sell at some price or other in the next uuicbj uuja. jiu wuu wauiuuggies cneap come along. MYERS A CARTER, 59, Market tU aug. 11. v. Opposite NashT'le tnt. COPA RTNERSU ir . 1 HAVE THIS DAY associate with me in the Wholesale Grocery, Com mission, Receiving and Forwarding Businecs, Mr. WIL LIAM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and style of LANIER A PHILLIP - ' nov2 L. H. LANIER. PRESH ARRIVALS. XOO UilDS. SUGAR, 1 all grades; 100 barrels of Molasses; 100 half barrels of Molasses; 5 tierces of Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; 20 packages of Cranberries; 150 trackages of Raisins; 10 bags ot Almonds; 20 casks of Porter and Ale; 20 coils of Manilla Rope; 50 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Baskets; 100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac.; 20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts; 20 packages Coguiac Brandy; 10 packages Maderia and Cherry Wines; 40 packages Port and Malaga Wines; 0,000 superior Havana Cigars; 500 Demiiohns: 50.000 f!nrfc For sale by fjn!2 EDWARDS A HARRIS. LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paving the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS, "ivr- sons at a distance having warrants tosell bysendingto us prices at which they are selling at the time in Nashvilie" and the cash remitted or paid to order. lmyai UVERPEARL A CO. ROBERTSON At BRADSHAW, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS AND II A TS No. 14, College Street. NAsnriLi.r Tpvvpcarp way r. now m htore a lartre and i,,'sx comnlete stock of ROOTS sirnp 1-Mif.J JJ TitnvK- a,. h;,.h ti..-.n . J-ifcVH toi in .. (-....ivimucj nil, SCIl ner.J'JYJ'J LOW. hv thft nftptn. nr emtyTo ;.. r i VT'.1" r jj Vt i i a . vwumrjr uiercuanis can nnd a well selected stock and equal to any in the citv w.u.u.i.o in utj nuppnea wnn every article IZ it. A s .-. ui tuiiiug, anu tLose that have not heretofore traded with ns will do well to ex. amine our stock, as it is entirely new in siyles and e&od quality. J b We also have a good of Negro RROGANS, end wear determined to give good bargains. R. J. NEW ARRIVALS OF GENTS W ALKING SHOES. GENTLEMEN'S Super. Calf stitch'd Oxford Ties; " " " and pump sole Boots; " French and'Enirlish Lastimr Con gress Gaiters; Gentlemen's " Clo-hand P. S. Congress Gailera; " " Patent-Leather Dress Shoes. (French make;) uoys Ualt, Uxtord lies and Lasting Uaiters, Ac, Ac. For sale at lowest pricea by ug81 BAMAGE A CHURCH, CIGARS, GE0CERIES,&07 j . r 7 A, KERR & CO, IHPOETERS OF GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, BITTERS, SCO! C1IA LES. L O SD OX A XD D II BLIX PORTER, CORDIALS. FRUITS, Ac, f 21 Cedar Street, opposite th& Verandah. DO" ffC HAVAN'A, MEXICAN AND ,O0.UlJU GERMAN CIGARS. The largest and best assorted stock in Nashville, comprising all kinds, qual ities, shapes and sizes, most of which are the richest fla vored, and costliest Cigars that come from Havana. Also, 10 barrels Havana Smoking Tobacco, (direct import tation.) with the choicest assortment of Virginia Smoking and Chewing Tobacco in the market. Dealers and users f the above are respectfully invited togive usa call, and examine our stock antlpnces before buying elsewhere,, as we are selling wholesale and retail as low as suckcan be bad in any market in the Union. A. KERR A CO., may 13 No. 21 Cedarstreet. FRENCH BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS, FRUITS, Ac 27 Octoves Sno French Brandies, Per nard and Seignett's; 5 qrs. Otard, Signettand London Dock; 2 pipes Holland Genuine Gin; 10 dozen pure Jamaica Rum, (imported in glass;) 6 " " Champagne Brandy, " - ' 8 barrels Wild Cherry Bounce; 10 dozen Brandy Cherries, (French;) 50 cases superior Claret; 2 casks " " 4 " Pure old Sherry; 4 " " Madeira; 100 baskets Champagne, Clicquot, Charles Hiedsick, akd other favorite brands; London and Dublin Porter; Scotch Ale; 15 dozen Sparkling Hock; 5 ' Malvisa Wine delicious and nourishing light Wise, for ladies. A. KERR A CO, may 18 d Atwtf No. 27 Cedar at. LYONS & CO. Importers ami Dealers in Havana Cigars, To bacco, and. all kinds of Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Cedae Steekt, Nashville. Country orders respectfully solicited and punctually at tended to. LATE ARRIVAL. CIGARS! CIGARS Received this day a large lot of superior Regalia Cigars, which lor flavor and quality will surpass any ever brought to Nashvilte. We keep constantly on hand a very large as sortment of all descriptions of Cigars, which we will sell either at Wholesale or retail, at the lowest prices. Country and City dealers are respectfully invited to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. ap7. LYONS A CO.. 19 Cedar stv LIQUORS. We keep constantly on hand a full sup ply of Brandies. Wines, and all other Liquors, of va rious qualities, for either wholesale or retail by ap7 LYONS A CO., 19 Cedarstreet CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO. The lovers of the weed would, do well to call on us, we having just received an article of Tobacco of a very superior quality. LYONS A CO., ap7 19 Cedar street LYONS Ac CO. WOULD most respectfully call the attention of the city and country Merchants generally, to their stock of Foreign and Domestic Liquors, all of which we guarantee genuine. Amongst which will be found the following, viz: 2 pipes Maglony Brandy, vintage 1845; 5 pipes htarProprietor Brandy, vintage 1845; 7 pipes Otard Dupee Brandy, vintage 1S50; 5 ) pipes J. Hennessey Brandy, vintage 1350; 14 pipes assorted Brandy, vintage from '43 to '51; 1 pipe Double Swann Holland Gin, (fine) ; 1 puncheon Jamaica Rum; 1 puncheon Santa Cruz; 2 casks Pure Juice Port Wine; 10 casks L'Durand do do; 5 bbls Cherry Bounce; 6 butts Cherry H'ine; 5 do Maderia do; 10 bbls Extra Old Bourbon; 10 do do do Monongahsla; Also, a full assortment of Domestic Liquors, generally too numerous to mention. 50 baskets assorted Champaign Wine, just recei-ed by jy7 LYONS A CO. DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. JUST received this day one of the finest and most beau tifully selected stock'of Meerschaum Pipes ever brought to this c'ty. Also, a very beautiful lot of Stems, some cf which are of Cherry. Also, Amber Mouth Pieces; Tobacco Pouches nnd Bigs. All of whic'i we most respectfully invite the attention of the public to call and examine, as it is no trouble fur us to shoour Goods. LYONS A CO., jy7 19 Cedar street BEX. M.NOIL...... IHOS. C.BCKGS. A.TTLKB BEN. M, NOEL & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND F O R W A R D I N G M E R C II AN T S , AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, College -Street. WINKS AND LIQUORS. 200 bbls Pike's M'a Whisky; 1 pipe Irish Whisky; 100 do Pata's Rectified do; 2 do Holland Gin; 50 do Brown's D D do; 20 bbls Old Port Wine; 50 do OldMonong'la do; 20 do pure Peach Brandy; 50 do Old Bourbon do; 25 do Apple ' do; 100 do American Brandy; 50 bfc's Champagne, BB; 30 do N ERara; 40 boxes assorted Cordials; 30 do Gin; 20 do Hock Wine; 40 do SMWine; 20 do assorted Brandies; 15 do Walker's Ale; 25 do Claret Wine; 2 J pipes Madeira Wine; 20 do Muscat do; Sherry Wines; t do Brandy Chcrriex; 8 4 pipes Old Brandr; 10 M casks Madeira Wine; In store and forsaleby BEN. M. NOEL A CO. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 50 boxes Gu Jones Tobacco;20 boxes Missouri Tobacco; 50 do Boaz A Goodwin do 20 do Kentucky do; 25 do Boaz's Gold Leaf do; 0 do Mussulman's nectar 15 do Phetiiz do; leaf Tobacco; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco; ll) do Albrett's " do; 10 do Wetherington's do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars; SO do Johnson s do 40 do Cuba Six du; 10,000 Napoleon Recalia do; 15 do Sam Woods' 10 do E S White's 5 do Re4d A Nash's 10 do Allison's 25 do Fennell's 10 do Daily's do; do; do; do; do; do; do; 10 uo .naus 10 do Young A Burnett's do;10,000 Jenny Lind do; In store and for sale by BEN. 11. NOEL A CO. JUST RECEIVED GOO pounds superior French Rappee SnutT; GoO lbs Maccabov Snnfl; 1UO Lundy foot null; 1 Lot tine Havana Leaf Tobacc; Also On hand Langhorne's Chetfing Tobacco. The Fig Leaf; the El Divnu; Hogg's A Co's; Anderson's, and a general variety of the finest Tobacco. 50 dozen Pipe Stems, with or without amber mouth pie ces. I have a few of those pipes on hand yet, which I WAKRA.NT r.isci.va Meerschaum. Gentlemen wili oo well in calling here before purchasingelsewhere, as each pipe is tested belore sole. J. -HUUKr., tobacconist, ap!6 Little Indian, cor. Cedar and Cherry sts "MAN KNOW THYSELF.' An Invaluable Book for 25 cents. "Every Eamilj should nave a Copy. TWENTY THOUSAND Copies sold inless JL than 5 months. A new edition, revised and improved, just issued. I Dr. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL AND HANDBOOK for the AFFLICTED containing un outline of the origin, progress, treatment, aud cureof every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous rexual inter course, by self abuse or by sexual excess, with advice for .r ...... ... . ...! : .1 : .11 tueir prevention, written ma uuiuiiar sijic, mumiug iui medical technicalities, and everything that would offend the ear of decency, from the result of some twenty years success ful practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cure of the above dis eases, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. Testimonv op the Peof. or Obstetrics nt Pctif. Col lege, PuiLADEunij DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN. UAL. The author of thus work unlike the majority of those works who advertis; to cure the diseases of which it treats, is a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United States. It atibrds me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successful and experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity they may place the greatest confidence. mt?L-iu r 1 vr-eimni? i i Feoh A. Woooward. M. D or Pesx. Usivkrsitt, Phil- idklpiiia. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of the Author of the "Medical Man ual. Numerous cases of Diseases of the Genital Organs, some of them of long standing, have come under my no nce, in which bis skill has been manifest in restoring to per fect health, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. Iu the treatment of Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the lunctions, produced by self abuse or excess of venery, 1 do not know his supe r.or in the profession. I have been acquainted with the Author some thirty year, and deem it no more than justice to him, as well an a kindness to the unfortunate victim of early indLcretion, to recommend him as one, in whose pro fessional skill and integrity, they may safely confide them, selves. ALr. WOOD W ARB, M. D- 'Thrsis, without exception, the most comprehensive and intelligible work published ou the class of diseases which it treats. Avoiding all technical terms, it addresses itself t ) the reason of its readers. It is freo from all objectiona ble matter, and no parent, however fastidious, e t j placing it in the hands of his sons. The author has de voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints' treated of. and "with too little breath to outf.' and 'too lit tle presumption to impose, he has offered to the world at tae merely nominal price of 25 cents, tho fruita of seme twenty years most successful practice Hfald. "No teacherorparentshould be without the knowledge imparted iu this invaluable work. It would save years ot pain, mortification and sorrow to tho youth under their charge." Pecplt'i Adpxatt. A rresoyieriaii Clergyman in uuio, m writing 01 -nun-er's Medical Manual, says: "Thousands upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and influence ot the passions, have been led into the habit of self-pollution without realiz ing the sia and fearful consequences upon themselves and ooMeruv. xiie cnusuiuuuus m uiousauus no are raising amilies have been cnteebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the csuse or the cure. Anvthin? that can he done so Vi enlighten and influence the uublicmind nutii check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread sourceof human wretheduess, would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generations. Intemperance (or the use of intoxi cating drinks,) tho'ifrh it has slain thousands uponthous- uus, is nut a grea-r scourge to me miman race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the atllicted, and, your co-worker m the good work you are so actively engaged in." ODe copy, (securely enveloped,) w ill be forwarded, free of postage, to any part of the Lnited States for 25 cents, or 6 sopies forSl. Address (post paid,) C03DENACO, Publishers, Box 196, Pallida. Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents " applied on be most liberal terms. I i MISCELLANEOUS. ' BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT 3 THE HYDB0KA0ES, 02 WATE2JE0OF ANTI-CCir- SDMPTIVE Z:3BL 2KrE:3B5 IfA.'lETACTCHXD ET IJDVRCOUKT, BRADLEY & CO., 44 Market St. Manchester. Principal Warehouse, lOZWood St., Cheapside. Lendcc England. American XsUblishmenta. 38 Asa Street & 102 Nassau, Street, Nffar-Ywk, TJ. S. THE Hydromagen is a'valnabfo d'scorery forprofectirg the feefrum damp or cold, and therefore a preventa tive of many Long diseases, without any doctoring what ever. The Hydromagen: is in the form of a sole, and worn inside the boot or shoj, IU medicated character is a pow crful antidote to diseases. Far Gentlemen it will be found agreeable, warm, and healthy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather, astba foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagen is inserted, -Ladies may wear the lightest soled, boots or shoes in the most inclement weather with impunity ; while Consump tion, so prevalent among the young of our country, may be thwarted by their general adoption. They entirely niptr tide txer-tnos, a3 the latter cause the feet to perspire in a very unhealthy manner; and, beside!", arc not dangerous wear, to pedestrians in icy weather, like- India rubbers. -While the latter cause the feet toapptar extremely large, the Hydromagen, being a mere thin tlic of cork pepared, peculiarly placed inside, does not increase the fue of the boot, or cause the foot to appear untidy. To Children they are extremely valuable, as they may engage in exerci. a with comfort and healthy effects. Their expense is so slight as to scarce need mention; besides, thoe who patronize them wilt find their yearly dector't bills much d:muiu!s.i tttrebv. As the Hydromaeren is becoming more known, its sale is " increasing to an almost incredible extent Lost year in ixnoon, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds, Dublin, Paris, Antwerp, Hamburgh, and Berlin, our sales reached U82,450 pairs of Cork Soles. This year the number will far surpass that. Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as a preven tative of Coccus, Colds, Baoxcams, asthma, and Cco-scap-MON'. Mxn's Sas, pr. pair, 85 Cts. Ladies' do do 30 do. Box's A Missis lo 25 do. Nonet From the Retail Prica we make a very liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, so tliat any store keeper may make a line profit on their sile, while the are an article that may be kept in any store; among any class of goodsi For terms, apply to HARCOURT, BRADLEY A CO. sept 14 '54 dAwSm. 33 Ann Sa eet, New York. THE CHEST. SIR ASTLEY COOPER, BART, 2L D., TUB EMINENT MEDICAL PIMCnTtOSER, HAS LETT A. TAL UAOLE LEGACY TO TOE WORLD IN III3 Great Preventative of Constimption, ASD DXPilllXG CURE OF PL'IIOMRT DISEASES, WITHOUT THE USE OF JIEDICINE. Sir A. C, Bart, invented and advued the use of the MEDICATED FUR CHEST PROTECTOR, TO alt persons of all ages and conditions, as a certain and a safe shield against thoo fearful diseases. Consump tion, Bronchitis, Asthma. Coughs, Colds, and other ifll.3 tions of the Lungs, which arise from the exposed state of the chest, according tofuthic-n; and the continual changci of oui climato. "The Protector is simply a chemically prepared fur. lined with silk and padded, w hich, suspended lroiu th neck, covers the chest, in so agreeable a manner that, once worn, it becomes a ntceiiary and a cueafurt, "The Protector," although but recently introduced into America, is making a rapid prcgress through the Cnitrd Slates, the Canadas, South America, and the West Ind.e. It has for a long time been a staple article in England ted on the continent of Europe, while it has grown in many countries to the position of an article of dress. To demonstrate these facts enquire of any English res ident in your vicinity of his knowledge of the beneficial effects' of wearing the Protet'or, without hccocesi to Docroaixa of any kind. Thecostof wealing these articles is a mere trifle, and one will last some j ears. No one n ho values the health of himstlf crhis family will be wit lout them. The Hospitals in this country are not alone reioai mending them, but rapidiy introducing tbem. lhucourt, Bradley AOo., of London, and Manchester, Kcgland, were originally entrusted with the manufacture of the Protector.', by the lamented Dr. Cooper, and continue to manufacture according to hit erufintl im tractions, and therefore recom mend those who would wear "The Proiectors," to see to their being genuine. . Rem omen nm is 4 staple AncLr, axd no Tavist Mio- 1CI.NE. RETAIL PRICES: . Gsst's Size, f 1,50 each. Ladies do. 1,00 do. Pots' A Missis do 75 do. HARCOURT, BRADLEY A ( O., S3 Ana Street A 102 Nassau Street, srw toex, c. s, ParsciPALWABinocsE.102Wooa St, Cheapside, London. llA.ci'ACT0iir,44 Market Street, Manchester, Erg'.and. ' H. B. A Co. are establishing Depots for the sale of The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians, Sureoci, , Druggists, Clothiers, Dry Goods Merchants, Hatters and Milliners, also Gentlemen's Furnishing Store-Keepers are entrusted with the wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to whom most liberal terms are oflered for their enter prise, and a splendid opportunity opens lo them forsale and profitable business. For terms, apply to HARCOURT. ERADLKY A CO. sept 14 ai dAw'Jtn. SS Ann Street. ewY ri. V S ItOGEKS' JIVEItH'OirrAND TAK " FOR THE COMPLETE CURE OF COUGHS. COLLS. INFLUENZA. ASTHMA. BKONCHITL?, SPITTIM OF BLOOD, AMD ALL OTHER LUG COMPLAINTS TENDING TO CONSLPJITION. JTTlil preparation is getting into ns all over onr eun tryTTbe uuuieiwis Utters we receive from oar various agefj, iuforintnr us of eures eCecte.l m their Imniedute hoifaijt hoods, Karr&ut a io myinir it fs out o the t.eit, If u .1 tii" very best CuL'GU MKUIt.lNE now before tn public, ll almost Invariably relievjs and not unfreqneLtl caret tha verjf orilraKl. When all other Cougli prrpuratiuns hav fille J, this has relieved the patient, as l'ru. ;its, dealers L. ileJlclnds.snd Phyaieiana cn to; til). Ask tll8jtxe-tin juur nearest town, what has been bis expencuee of U10 Cecl thiauiwlieine. If tioliaj btcn fellio-it f.ranyte jr'.h nrt.- i he wllj tell jou IT IS TUB BEST AIEIJICIAK KXTANT. Below we glvn a few extracts from Ietten wrbava receive t Utely repiriling the virtue of thin MKUIGI.NK. l)r. S. S. Oshn.of Knoxtilla.nx, sajs: "Ihave beenu!n; your L1VKHWOHT andTAKvery extenslvi-ly in my prac tice for three years past, and, it is oilli pleasure 1 autcnir belief fn ITS SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTIIHK Airri CI.ES with which 1 am acquainted, lor which It Is reecm mended. Messrs-. Fltxerald & Banners, wrltic; from tVavnesv Ya, N. C. say: "Tno LIVEKWOKT and TA rt U becominj uii more popular in tbn ronntry, and we think JuiIyo. .. who have tried it speak in commendable terms of it, and nr., It is very beneficial in alleviating tha complaints far which A Is recommended." OarAgenttu Pickens District, S. C.,Mr. S. R.MeFall,a sures us "that he uses it with great bruefitlu his own fain, r, and recommends itto his neighbors." He gives an lnslar.cw oraNcgro woman. In his vicinity, who had been saflenr wiji disease of the Lungs fur years, attended w.th ssreru coujh.who was relieved by the Liverwort and Tar. Such aie the pood reports we hear of this MedSc'aofrom all parts of the South, for a re ort of trie aurprismar cures It has performed In the Western and Northern and Eastern States, we would Invite the suffering patient tu read tha pamphlet which accompanies eact buttle. To all, we say, TRY THK MEDICINE M BK WAKXED IX SEASOSI And neglect not that cough which is daily weakening' J0::r eonstltuuon, IrriutingyartbroatandIuns,and lnit rg:n that dread disease, CoasumpJoD, when 10 soothing s.-.il Healing aremtdj can be ubulce-1 as i)r. Itogers Syrup Liverwort and Tar. BKWAKE OF COUNTERFEITS AND BASK IMITATION?' The genuine article Is signed ANDREW ROUEKd, en Ibn engraved wrapper around each bottle. fries, J I per bottle, or six bottles for $5. Sold whtlossln aud retail by SCOV1L & J1KAH, 111 Chartres st.bet.Cimti and St. Louis, X. (. Sol Aoihts zo Tun Soothixii Statxs. ti whom a.l ordeis and applications for Agencies must be addressed. SOLD ALSO B7 BKKIIY & DKMOVAL. EWIN BUOrHKILS, J. M.'ziMMnitMAN, Nathvllle. July 1 dtrw&w Cm. JEW DAVID, OK. IIEIIUEW I'LASTEK; THE GREAT KEMKOV ror KhematHm.Gout.pa.n In tha S'de, Hip, linck. Limbs and joints. bcrofula. Hug's K.l White Swelling, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and pmi.swlial ever. Where this Plaster Is applld pain cannot exist. H has been beneOcial In casesof weakness, su'Ii as Pa n and Weakneutnthe Stomach, Weak Li mix, Lameness, .U feclloo of the Lunits in their primary stage. It destroys In. Oamat'.onby penptrktiou. JainjsL. Bejd, Pickens district, South Carolina, test'Srs that, by lis use alone, he was cured of Khouuiat sin in h;:.'i of llH knees, ot several years staiidlsg. 1 he following was handed us by a respectable physician in Georgia i Missus. Scnvit.& Mr as : Gents: Ihave teen ulng jvz.r Liverwort andTar H-brew Planter very exteus.vrly in mr practicefor three jcurs jusand it is with pleasure that I slate my belief in their superiority ovca all ovnan artichs. witli whlch lamaequsinlod, for the puroiefur wfckh they are recommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially, Is an OfCiviaSALfAKACiA for local pains. I ha vo also found it a most excellntapplicatlonfor Sprains aud liruises. It ;ives universal satisfactii'n wherever used. S.S.OSLIN.M. tf. Knoxvllle,Ga.,.March4th. IS 13 Try Bovare of Counterfeits and base Imitations. Thegeauine will in future have tbe signature of E.Tavlor on the steel plate engraved un the label on the tup of each box. Purchasers are advised tbata mean counterfeit of tbJs sr tide is iu existence. The genuine isaold only by us, and by our anents amiolnt. ed through the South akd no rsDLAK is allowed t.) silt. it. Dealers and Purchasers generally are caullonid against buying of any bat .ur regular acent.otherulse the win h Imposed upun with a worthless article. SCOVlLdcMEAD. Ill ChartresStreet, New Orleans. Sole General Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders must invariably be addressed . SOLD ALSO HY HKKKV I1EMOVILLL' KW1S BROTI1KKS, V. P. CRA lulyl dtw&wCm J.il. Zlvt.MbKJIAN. STATE OK TENNESSEE, l)llvidou County Court, August Term. 1854. IN the matter of the Nuncupative Will of Daniel Duna vant, deceased. In this can.-; it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, on petition of Edward Vaughn, that Daniel DunAVai !. lata ot this county, 1 as died, making a nuncupative nrili, which the said Vaughn presented to the Cuuu for pr bate an t which betmeuths all of bis estate to Martha ciigbu-and it further appearing that the following heirs of the said Duna vant, towiU Irvin Dunavant,Sus.in"Dunavant, Ju a Dusa vant, Joseph Dunavant, Wm. Dunavant, Pleasant Luna vant. Thomas Dunavant, Humphrey Dunavant, Wiiani Moore, Martha Stow, RhodaStow, iier Mann, and hjs wifu Susan Mann, are non-residents of the Stale of Tennessee, and that the usual process of this Court can not t served upon them. It was ordered that publication be made in some newspaper published in Mashville.fur 40 da;r, reijuir injr said heirs to come forward at the next October term cf this Court, to be held at the Court House in the city of Nash ville on the 1st Monday in October next, to coutest the pro bate of said will, otherwise the s-me will be proceeded up on, and the will be admitted to probate. augl2 triwAw40d. i. R. CHEATHAM, Clerk.