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AND AMERICAN.
UNION
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NASHVILLE TENN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1854
VOL. XXV.
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UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFFICK-No. 0 and 1 1, Deadcriclt Street.
I HE WEEKLY USIOS AND AMERICAN Isfurnished
aHbwriaeraaiine following rates: Single copies, one
rear in ad ranee, fa 5tr, within the year$S 00; at the end
of (h year $4 00. Cuius Of tire and upwards 2 00
lr eopy tor one year. Clubs or subscribers will be re
oe.vd tor six months at the foregoing rates.
i e TR1-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday "hursdsy
ud Saturday, st f 5 per annum ia advance; if m. paio. a
vtnmee, f(il
H DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
TTIIK MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMFAin
.UIWCKUT10 .iSJ .. .
fiBitUttees of sabsenptions ma. be uade by mall at our
tr-fc. '
;pr will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac
oobm onied with the cash.
S O U T II E R N
Commercial College,
AND
WRITING INSTITUTE.
tmik fimttArm of this Colleee will com-
J. meaceon MONDAY, Feb. 18, in the
jwyeaod spacious room in Cooper's block, Jgyt
ve i;bMTV street, tire doors above Deaderick.
The course of instruction in this institution will embrace
Jook-Keeping, Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic
tad 1'ea.Aa.ustup.
NajMipil wiif receive a diploma until he is thoroughly
punned to d scharge the duties of the accountant.
.Students wtll be instructed in all the modern improred
Anus adopted by the best regulated houses in the country,
4Huo.beib one which dispenses with the Use of the Jour
ljkl great I v lessening the amount if labor and liability to
?rr. jiid an-jiher which renders the use of the Cash book
Jiil Journal sunerlljous, and enables the book-keeper to
riost his personal accounts dailr, and his merchandise and
sa-ib a often as may suit his conrenienCB.
This latter form is more particularly designed for the use
( -ewil esublishments.
They will be taught a simple process by which the mer
faant'mny at all times ascertain the amount of his loss or
(ia. together with the quantity of goods on hand, without
"eeofuu ui the tedious process of taking an inventory.
Tots institu ion will be permanent, and has been estab
ishod to inet the already important and growing com
mercial iutereslsof the city of Nashrille and State of Ten
jesKoe, and it i designed to place It upon a basis inferior
to auoe iu this country.
Tae tinpor unce, to erery business man, of a knowledge
A accusals, must be sulfieiently obvious to all reSectia
minds
To the isaa of wealth, it is important to enable him to
nanoe his affairs scientifically, and without pecuniary loss
iU& tjie l.a-yer is often called upon, in the discharge ot
ais prnfenwrnal duties, to unravel the most intricate ac
counts, but to the young man who depends upon bis own
rHjre?i for a livelihood, it is invaluable. It gives him a
sexttou which nothing else can.
He Holds the p jaiot coalidential ctorkin his employers,
ifmoe.
lacmnectioa with thisestablishment is a department for
ibe oeac it of t ioe who wish to take lessons in w iting on
.y, where an elegant hand wruing will be impirted to all
w4o pUce the as -ires under the care of the preceptor.
Pupils .-.ltertng this institution are not limited to any
atunuerof lessons, but for a specified price mar coutinue
any branca ihiv pursua until they are perfected, retaining
tne pndUe of renewing their lessons at any subsequent
Sferivi, free of charge.
tebli ly
FOX Ac I'OLIIEMUS,
SO Broil Screet. Corner Beaver. New-York.
Ojler far Srte the following Heavy Cotton Fabric?.
VfiiV-ENuLAND COX tO Jt SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all
i nunioer s. hard .tad soft; also all the various widths of
Jan raas manufactured at this establishment comprising er
try variety tnoa to tne trada, and offered at the lowest
xles
Ou'trED STATES PILOT DUCK Woodberry and
tlouui Wraoa Extra. A full asortmeat of this superior
nbtic
WttLIMANriC COTTON DUCK -16, 18, SO and 22
ecu, il ouinuart, hard and soft. This fabric was awarded
lie highest l'reiumm at the London World's Fair, also at
Hir own -Mate fair.
31TIP AlfO BEAK KAHK DUCK Plain and twilled,
na lui-ic urcJ by the Gree .wood's Company, a superior ar
icle !.r iiiit -tiis, tents, awnings, ic. also. Mount Yer
ion 1'willed lUvens, Howard Kavens, Pioneer and I'll ami i
Mills; Light Cotton itavenk, plain 22 to 27 inch; Heavy, do.
lo.
COTTON SAIL TWINS A. full assortment.
TAKPAULIN3, HAMiiOCKS, STUFFS, ta.
PAPiRfilLriNtJ J'1 to It inch, made very hesry,
txpressly Tor dru-r felts.
CAa 007SING Cotton Canvass, all widths, from 80
i lio inches, ani all numbers, made expressly forcover
ng and routina railroad cars, i perfectly and permanently
rater-pniuf, and more enduring than the car itself.
NAjSLLIN3 CA1T VASS-30, 38, 40, 45 and 50 inch
jinio and twilled, in erery variety.
SAGS AND BAGGING 01 every description. Seam
ess liags, woven wnole, all size, in bales of 1(a), 200 and
UN); ooiubi .ing strength, utility and cheapness, for grain
iBdmeaL are unsurpassed.
Also, hoary Couou Sacking, 40 inch Canrass, 3 thread
ITarp and Filling, heav twilled, do. do., 0, iti, 40, and
tliuch.
WOOL SACKS R'oren whole all sizes, a new and desire
tie article. feb25 "54 lytt.
SIC.'C UA1UKS VAiTED.
rVIRDE FIFTlIS of" ilie deaths throughout tho Union,
are childreti under lire ears ol age.
Toe re aedie-i tliat are serviceable for adults are ab.-6-laiy
mjiriouj for patients ol more teuder years.
Tk2 Children's Panacea of tho GrsfeabergCo'y
a yrepai ed by au aged Physician, who his devoted his
whole lite hi toe study of the d leases of women and child
rm. It bas been used in this city with the happiest effects up
on tubes of IS boars old, wu'en the attendants upon the
mother hare thought that'Ule could not possibly be pre
served I harereceired voluntary certificates from parents whose
cnildre'i have recovered .then iu the last stage of prostra
tion, ull other remedies harmg failed.
Let every Hjther use tho Children's Panacea!
1st When tne child is troubled with griping or flatu
lency. 2d"r"lVn.ea there is looseness of the bowels, or where the
dia-harj; issciutv.nf a bad color and smell.
94. W' ere in- cnild is attacked with Measles, Conrul
lieo , Cho.era lufautum or Worms, this remedy is a cure,
sod I'd use will relieve the anxious mind of the mother at
4th. When the child starts in its sleep, and wakes sud
denly with a tiled t.r frightened look.
5th Whan ttiere are worms this remedy is the most cer
tain oiire eierk o.vn Let it be resorted to in uli cases of
children's dis ase, particularly dur-ug the second summer,
tr -faeu teoihiug, or when troubled with boils, as is bow
taa caw w ih na.f ibecbildreu of Nashville, and its value
trili br-a o ice admilied.
The Oisieu oer Al edictues ar all prepared by Physicians
who hae hid many years' experience. There is no hum
bug oboui them.
In erery c ise where the Medicines are used according to
direction, and (bey fail to do what is promised for them,
I will ncrei he atate to refund the money.
Thsy are for sal by all Druggists in this State, of
wbsra also may bj had
Tha GriCfeiberg Jlnuil of He&lth,
A cmnpeadious and familiar treati.se on all diseases to
vbiea rei dents in the IVeu are liable.
Al- ir U iicir ics iJtsTaiBono.v, rto.OOO copies being
pn .ie I orts' urosd, i'.lt. Uit.Cr'K.NBKKU ALMA
nAC ur usur roa tbs Would roa i635.
A sent Nashville.
II. II
VVIIITXSIDliS.
QENEHAL AUCTION EEE,
Jackson, Tennessee.
HE WILL sell llorses, Mules, Land, and Negn3S cpon
the must reasonable terras. He will also act as Agent
or .ur lining of Neroe-s and ttie elhngor renting of Land
llcte. to iuu citizens otjaCKson, or u.u. loroeti, asn
t::k. mrfSA 'vw
tiHtltiliil lute leolh, Healthy t.uins,
UUda sweet iJierftli. All who are desirous of obtain
ims to-e oeiiefils, bhould use
.1 AN'.S CELMJKATED TOOTH WASa
This ueticiousarHC'ecotiibiuesMiiianym-ritorious qual
itie- ma. it h w uow beoome a taud rd faronte with the
tvixen.oi Nswurlc, Philadelphia and Baltimore Dent-it-,
prM.r,o it in their practice mot successlully. and
fruuitve vMirce the moM flattering laudations are awwd
i it litt . ned and bleeding gums re immediately ben
e&ited by its oe; it action upon them is mild, soothing
kiidcl'e ire ti cleanet theieeth so thoioughly that tbey
aretu. d to r.Vil j.rarl m Intones, and diffuse through
Ute ui uth eueli a delightful fieshnens that the breath i.
recdwed exirem-ly sw.-et It disinfects all those impun.
ties wtiich (end uroduce deca ; and, as a consequence,
wbeu these are relieved the teeth must always remain
jouud.
li spared onlr by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Druggist and
Cheaiisi, rniUaelptiia. Sotl whoK-.aio and letail by
W. F.UK4Y. Nashville.
And by all Drugjists, at only ai twenty-tite cents per
bottle laugK 8m
I ) IU CUI'KKK 0 bags Km Collee for sulo to amve
1Y r K. Uoward. by W. H (iOKDO.N A CO.
man! J V4
ttnt.vi'ri.it; r. ri.iw. ioo isuxin.
X KtX Tenuessee rapptnp Taper. lor ate bv
W. II. GORDON A CO.
Ti:K KNOW NOTHINGS
AEE STOPPING FOR A FEW DATS AT THE
W V.N1IIM.TON 1IOTUI.,
ilAINE STKLk.T.NOIiru OF THE COURT HOUSE,
I'ratiMiu, Tcniteiocc,
WHICH isag-a u ojiesi for the reception of visitor, and
tfir uiineoigneu flatters himsefl he will be able to
pteae a'l who tnaj taror him with their patronage. The
Lti -ill h MiiiDiied with (he verv bet the market arTordt.
Ttw wants of ttie hoie mil fie fully supplied by a carelul
and experienced bost,erjY"ijjs moJerale-
Wit a little encouragement 1 am determined to mcke it
a firM cl..as Uousl. C- ',A VI.U
OZlH lAjjincior.
"VTO I ICG. Owners ol .goods by the New li.rkand
IN Charies'on pteaaifrKcousignnd to Mr. J II. Willy,
detuned r UieJoarfi and SoutlrWest, are hereby notified
that the said goods are ia store by the several late arrival,
at metr expense andrisk, for non-payment ot freight.
Charlestln!s. C, OcUtf, 1331- liENKY
octu dAmw Agat-
SUNDRIES.
B. SXEWABT. , , m I WEAKLEY
STEWART Ar AVEAKLE ,
WhoIeBaVe Grocers, Comnussion Kerchants and Dealers
in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
ft'o. 8 Broadway. Nnshvllle, Tennessee.
SUNDItlES.
e.OOO lbs Manela Cordage; 1.000 lbs Tared Cordage;
V,VUV ' J J
1000 lbs Cotton Cordage;
ioo uas uucj oaii,
00 " coarse do;
25 lihds .Sugar;
100 brgs Rio Coffee;
10 bbls Lard Oil;
100 bbls reb'ld Molasses;
35 doz Corn Brooms;
fi bags Peppei;
60 boxes No 1 Soap;
55 reels pac g larn;
100 bales Oakum;
500 lbs ass'd Twine;
25 bbls Rosin;
25 bbls Pitch;
50 pigs Lead;
5keesbardo: -
250 " ass'd Nails;
58 wro't Spikes; 10 " Scotch Snufl;
10,000 Napolton and Jenny Lind Cignrs;
25 boxes manufactured Tobacco;
10 "- Smoking Tobacco;
50 ground ilustaid and Pepper;
10 doz Zinc Wash Boards;
200 assorted Dimajons;
5 chests best Imperial and liluck Tea?;
fcS bbls crushed and powdered Sugar;
1Anl.LI. tt'l.: l..i.i..
25 bags old government Rio Ci See:
50 ass'd Yarns, from P. Yi'ped'
1VU UU13 msy , i iwu- ui
's Fctorr:
1fltioT (InlHpn Srrun;
20 boxes Summer Candles;
50 " Star do;
50 dcz Mason's Blacking;
50 boxes half pint, 1 pint and 2 pint, Flasks;
200 bags Miner's Table Salt;
Indigo, Madder.Soda, Wrapping Paper, Copperas, Ver
macillt, Maccamna, Market lilankeis, Mojis, Catsup, Pow
der, Shot, Ac For sale by
augl STEWART A WEAKLEY.
GICOCEIUES, Arc ntKSII AKKIVALS.
200SACK3 PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop;
20 do good Java do;
U Kits no;
20 boxes Cod Fif.lt;
20 " .Smoked Herrings;
200 " Sardines;
20 " Kgal- qt-jar Pickles;
;0 " Lemon at rup;
10 Pepir Sauce;
5 " Sa. Bitters;
0 dox painted Buckets;
50 hbds new sugar;
50 bbls Molasses;
80K do do;
25 do Golden Syrup;
20 do Crushed Sugar;
20 do Powdered do;
SO do Loaf do;
10 tierces fresh Rico;
50 boxes and halt boxes ALIO nests " iuds;
R. Raisins; 5 caks London Porter;
100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice;
10 bags S S Almonds; 0 " Pepper,
2 caiks Pecan Nuts; 10 " Itsce (linger.
2 bbls Brazil do;
With numerous other articles in the grocery line, just
received and for sale low for CASH by
decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
CUAMI'ACiKE,
fA BASKETS and boxes hne Champaene: a superior ar-
OU tide of the best brands. Just received and for sale
by
decllj
E.S.CUEATUAM A CO.
FI.NK WIVES, IIHAXU1ES, Ajc.
10 CASKS OLD MADEIRA;
6V ' " Sherry;
52 " " Prti
10 pipes pure Cognac Brandy, old and fine;
20K casks " ' " "
2 pipes " Holland Gin;
2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky;
10 boxes assorted Cordials;
For sale by idecll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
N
OF
abotits. The Man is compiled from notes and ctaal Kir-
reys made and collected dunrig the last tour teal by
H, C. Maecsll, of Nash ille. oexpclleor trouble ha.
been spared in getting up this gieat work, and tiie public
may rely on hiring ons of tne in ist ported and baauuful
State Maps ever before published.
Any information that genii men at a distance may wish
to have engraved on tue Map, will b alien led to bv ad
dressing either U. C. MarceU. or myself ai my otfica in
ashrlJieat any time before December next
E. A. Vl.NCfcT, Publisher.
Sept 1 4 eodlm. Cooper's lluihliug, Nashville
J5J Knoxrille Rji'Ur please copy lor one mouih ihiee
tiuies per week, also Memphis fcijlt and anquirtr, and
send bill as above.
f EUJClNttS, I'll A 1 llAVr. iir.l,.i tuLLl
lx tested, during the pait year, bv maay ol the most re
spectable citizens ot Nashville- The advertiser is permiited
to refer to Mr. Samuel Watktns, whose servant as cured
of a most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant ot Mr. J.
Collins of the same disease. Five cases ot Cancer have
been cured; twenty cases of Bone Felon. Mr R. H. Jones's
son was cured of Sore Eyes, afte having been unuor the
treatmentof twoof the most distinguished Physicians for
eight months, almost totally blind.
At least one hundred re-pectable persons in Nashrille,
and its ricinity, tn be seen who will rouch for the great
benefits of his course of treatment, without the use ot the
knife or mercury.
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis
eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im
purities of the blood.
Twenty years f constant Practice, fifteen in New Orleans,
prior to cominj to Nashville. Those interested, are ies
pectfully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any
charge.
Ollice No 47 Union su, near Cherry.
norlO ly. b HOWARD THOMAS.
UM'i'EU STATUS llO I r.i.,
Cbisnct SraatT, Anors Focbih, FniLADkLPixiA, Pa.
CJ. MacLELLAN, (late of Jones' Hotel,; has the jg
a pleasure to inform his fnonds and Uie travel- lj" "
ling community, thkt he has leased this House for a term
of rears, and is now prepared lor the reception of Guests.
The lcal advantages of this favorite establishment are
too well known to need comment.
The House and Furniture have been put in Crst rate or
der; the rooms are large and well ventilated The Tables
will always be supplied with the best, uid the proprietor
pledges himself that no effort on his part shall be wanting
to make the U IThD STATES equal in cimlorts to any
Hotel in the 0.uker City Jy7d3m. "
1U11 MALtv.
A BRICK DWELLI.NU. witu six rooms, kitchen,
large brick stable, Ac, No. 67, comer of High fh
and Gar streets. The lot fronts 15 feet ou High and '
18a feet on Gay street.
Applynt No. SiJi Cherrv street.
JOll.N L. A R. W. BROWS.
je7:tf
Real Estate Agents.
CltUTClIKK HOUSE.
THIS large and commodious Hotel, situated on the cor
terof Speiso iD.-cii)ieE Stjibts, NaSUvillk, Tax
lsssk, is now newly furuished throughout, and ready for
the reception of tianeient cus om. Tins is by iar the near
est Hotel to the Itepot, aud being in the centre of the city
is quite convenient to all the ba.iness homes.
JO. W. BELL,
septS tf Pr-pnetor
NOTICU. The (Jopir.nersbijneieutireeiist un uu
derthehrm of DOUYNS A CHURCH abd DOIIY.NS
A CO , is dissolved. No one is authorised to collect debts
ol the concern but Mr. J. T. Yearuut.
sepS-SL T.J DOBYNS.
f KATIS-JU.ST PUBLISJIKI) A .NEW DIS-
VjrCOVfcltY' l. MhDlClN i.A ftwwrdion lh ra.
tiuital trtdmtni, without medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or
Local Weakness, Nervous Oebtht. , Low spirits, Lassitude,
Weakness ot the Limbs and the lUcK, Indisposition and
Incapacity for Study and Labor, Dullness ol apprelitnsn.n,
Loss of Memory, Arersioi. t Society, Lore of .-Hilitude,
Timidity, Sell-Distrust, Uizi'ness, Heudaciie, Inroluutary,
Discharges, I'auisin theaide, Atfectmu of me L.es, l'tm
ples on the Face, Sexual and olhtr lutii mints in Man.
I From t trench of Ur. IS Ut Lfinty.
The important fact ibai ttiise alarming cuilamts may
easily bo reuiored witkoct uwiCink. is, in this all' act,
clearlv demunsUaleu and iheoni'rciy co and highly sue
cestui treatment, as adopted b. the Author, luliy ex
plained, by means of wnico every one 'a enabled to turt
hinsttf jirfsUy,ialai ttie Ifiit c-lA' octf, avoidlDg,
thereby, all the advertised nostrums of the day
Sent, to any address, gratis and post Iree, in a fealed an
relope, by remitting (post paid; two pestae stamp, to Dr.
B. DeLiiNEY, i7 Ltspenuard street, ew York.
MpiS Hm.
NOTICE lO M'OUItIIOLUfc:ii.
AT the iasi meeting ot the Unecior.-ot the talgtieM jnd
Kentucky Railroau Company , the following i suiutiou
were adopt d :
Tnat tee r.nginaerisherobv directed to make, assxin
as possible, the final location ot the uiuteof ilits rcad.fiom
Edgefield through Uoouletsvillc, toSpiiufie.d, inholen
son coun.y."
2. "That a call of eight psr cent, bo made upon the
stock, paable in monthly instalments nl noper cent , to
wit. - On the "ad day of Sej.teii b r, the 2d day ot (Ictober,
id day of November, and the -id day t IJecembei nex. "
Payments to be made at ihe otilce ot the (ias L ght Com
pany W.SIIl.MiioN B vltuO V ,
Secretary and I'lexsutei
Aug 16, '54 eo.tw. ot the h. -md Iv R R Co
TT'OK jtEN I". A Coratoiubie huuse on .-piuce s.tttt
S. 8 doors beyond Deuiuuibi-aiie, cou atnii g 7 roop
good kitchen, stable Ac Al.o, a small frame huuieoi. f'l ra
at.-s.r oetbeyond lirosd st. Apply to
auirI2 vM ft'
' UAVNOK, 21ACUO.At.l .V l.O.
174 and 170 l'cart Mrcit. New York.
OFFER the TRADE on libeial TEHM of their own
Importation and Manutjctur'. STRAW IjOOU-,
S1LK and SATIN BO.WNi.TS. UllJUD.Nr.. tRi.Ntlla'd
AMbRICAN FLOWERS. FE.villbhS, BO.N.NLT LIN
INGS, .AUS, Ac, Acaad a general as ortmenti.f Mll
LIN - iimiiiiitlv executed . j- l mi
f YM'flONAllL.fe CLwTll I A
AND TAIL015ING EsTAHLlBUilLr.
No. II Ceilur Strict.
Five doors from Public Square,
WIIERKinavbefouudachaicaaud well select-
ed st.wk .'.f
Cloths, CasMmcre", mill Ye-tin?s, Ifi?
of the latent uud m.t bemii:u' patt- rns, all ef which vnl
be made up to order in inemo.i .aMnonable style, aDd at
as short uot ce as can l edoni-u, auy city in the linion,
and ajinces to suit the nn.ts.
Hafing received rny entire stock nf Goods for the Fal
and Winter seasous, and being sat isSed that (hey are by
Iar the handsomest Goodsever brmight to this market an
examination is requested before pur. fusing elsewhere'
Kendy-Mtule Clothiug. Coats, IVutsand Vesti of
all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing Uoods,
Silks and Merino Undershirts, Shirts, Stocks, lilores Sus
penders, Cra rats, I'ocket Handkerchiefs, Silk and Linen
Shirt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac
J3f Garments, cut at the shortctt notice Please call
andexamina. T.J.UOUGH,
Wr-tf Zgaat.
MISCELLANEOUS.
OCIIOOL. UOOKS, &c Country Merchants and
O "chool Teachers are invited to examine my stock of
School Books and Stationery, which will be offered at the
lowest prices by tneaozen oraugie copy.
eug9. CUAS. W.SMITH,
41 College street.
T7"EUSTEUS SPELLEIIS -By the disen low
West prices. For sale by CUAS. W SMITH
augs. 11 lyonege tsiree(.
TM(S. elates. Steel Pens. Pencils, Inkstands, filate Pen
JLcils, Copy Books, India Rubber. Quills, Penholders, Ku
t i. : . i i L' . !.. u
lens raiicr.ouou, au., wi .utc w
augy. C11AS.-W. SMITH
NEW BOOKS.
LIFE AND ITS AlJIS-ldeal and Actual.
Stones of the Irish Peasantry Mrs. HaU.
Tales of Old Times, firm the German.
Sketches of Genoa, Pisa and Florence.
Fiench Uerolu'ions. By Readbead. 3 Tola.
Select Writings of Robert Chambers, i "
Chambers' Paper for the People. 6 "
Chambers' Miscellany, bound. 10 "
A further supply of the 1 amplighter. For sale by
aug22. CHARLES W. SMITH.
41 College street.
W. R. C0BNEL1C3.
D. D0REI3.
COItNELTUS i& DOUIIIS.
CHEAP FUMITITRE DEPOT.
NO. 26, COLLEGE STREET,
Nash vi lie, Tennessee .
THE subscribers hare now in store and a
will cons'actly keep a large and good
assortment of all kindsof CABLNET FUR-"
NITUUE, CHAIRS, CLOCKS, GIRANDOLES, SPRI.NG,
uAiit,jiua, uunti.i anaauuun. aATrttAsata.
Our stock al present consists in part of
Rosa Wood and Mahogany Parlor Setts;
do do do do Chamber do.
Oak do do;
Enameled Cottage do do; 4
Mahogany, Walnut, Rose Wood, Cherry-, Hrs aad
Poplar Bedsteads, of all kinds;
Breakfast, Defert and Dining Tables;
Walnut, Uifc and Mahogany Extension Tables;
Wire and Tin Safes.
Rose Wood, Mahoganv, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop
Iar Wash Stands: flat Racks, Towel Racks, Centre Tables,
Kecking Chairs, of erery rariety. What Nota, of all
k'uds.
Rose Wood, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop
Iar Wardrobes.
Chairs ! Chairs!'
Windsor, Hrindle, Scollop, andSeroll Top;
Wood Seat Chairs:
Every jane'y of 'ane Sast Chairs;
ao uo uusu ao;
do do Straw do;
Split Bottom Chairs; Bamboo Chairs (fall kinds;
iilovr Wagons and Chairs.
Clocks ! CIscks ! 1
Our stock of CLOCKS is lares, and consists of al
Kmoat ercrr varietr. WaciA-vrsa to xrtr Ouoo
litte.
e respectru'ly inrite the public lo giro us a call, as we
are determined to sell as low as am house in the city. Ev
ery article sola by us will be warranted to be made and flu
shed in th best manner.
We 'ire stdi manufacturing FURNITURE and all kinds
or M KITH M.-sU-., to order.
Oi.D tUR mTuRB REPAIRED and VARNISHED at
the .-liorest notice.
We take great atus in ptcking Furniture for the country
and tor shipment.
Undertnklns.
Z Our U.viikrtaei o DhfAdiUxxT will re-rp
ceie o.ir sirit.os. aiieuiion, win ue poisonaiiy
utienueu io oy ne oi mo 'rm
3T" We have the sole Agency foi the sale or "FISK'd
51E' ALIC BUKlAi. CA-tS," in Middle Tennessee, and
are i re tared to furnish Undertakers .nd others on favora
ble eruis. CORNELIUS A DORRIS,
julyil tf No lfitjoll jf street.
I'UKNITUltt. J I'Olt.NirtiHi 1 1
J'Hi: .-OUl'll NASHVILLE FUR ITURE MANl'FAC
1 TUIUnU COMPANY have unw on hand an increase!.
stck ot ho ne-mad iFuruiiuie. and with their inci eased
stock ot material loinak Furuituie will be able to keep a
good assortment of Furniture tor the Nashrille Maiket.
I mciiasers will find it to their intei est to give them a
callutiiib Deot No. its North Market street, or at the
Factory Buildings, College street. College Hill.
tt. U. GHOJilES, Pras't.
Wk. L. Najcs. Secretary.
R.H 4 USNJ GR0011KS keep constantly Tn hand
good Heatses and horses, and are prepared to do the un
dertaking business in ull of its ranou branches, at all
hours', ut (he r old stand. South Market street, Na 110.
Bei'j. Groomes will giro uis entire attention lo the same,
augasj 3m.
J. II. CUilKEY,
CABINET K-KEK AND UNDERTAKER.
BEGS LEAVE to inform his friends and the rrsjr
pabhe generally, tha. be keeps constantly uwom
on hand Coihns ot every descnplion, from the plainest
servants to the hue Metalic atr-tight and air-exhausied Cof
fins, the best now ia use lor preserving the Corps; together
with good Hearses and Horses, and everything Decessary
for burials.
All ordersieftatmr ware-room, No.51 Cooper's Bnildirg
Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both day or
night. m.Sl-tf .1 11 CURREY.
Dlt. J. W. GRAY
vFFICE No. 9, Cherry street, opposite Judge Catron's
vjf and next door to Dr.
b. v . nail. Kesidence City
ian2 'jm tr "
Hotel
millU.Na-lIiLE CLOTH liNG.
NEW FIBM.
JULIUS Ac WOLF,
Nos. 12 & 54 Corner of Market f treet and Public Squire ,
And No. 44 Market St.
WM. MILIUS, ot the firmo' Miuns A Beos , Wholesale
Manufactuiers ot Clothing, Cincinnati, has associat
ed him elf wuh E. WoLF, for ibe purpose of conducting a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHING BUSINESS
in Nushnl e. The attention of Country Merchants and
Traders generally is rt spectfully solicited to the large and
fashionable stock n iw iu store. We flatter ourselves that
wj will be able to compete in price and quality with any
house engaged in this business, either here or elsewhere.
Our goods are manufactured cxpresly tor us in Cincin
nati, and the material is purchased direct from the impor
ters for manufactuiers.
All we ask is an examination of tha prices and qualitr of
our goods. septal MILIUS A WOLf'
IllUUI Ij. TIN LEY,
.OF KNOXVELLE, TENNESSEE.
HAVING some years experience in (he '1 ransportation
ot Goods through Tennessee and Alabama, and
JOHN IIEKItON,
OF CHARLESTON S. C,
Who has an experience ol io years in tne commerce of
i har!elnn, the last seven of the time spent in the Receiv
ing and Forwarding Department of tne South Carolina
Railroad Companr reipectfullr offer their serrices as
OtNEKAL AGENTS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
for tha receirimr and forwards g of all Goods, Wares, Msr
chandize and Machinery througn Charleston.
ALSO
For the sale of all kinds or East Tennessee and South
ern PRODUCfc. rx: Flour, Com, Basin, Lard, Tobacco,
Cotton, Rice, heat, Oats, .ye, Feathers, Butter, KgN
4c,
We are not now, nor do we intend to be, buring the con
continuance i f our bu.-ine:, either directly or indirectly
eng.ged in anr s eculations whaterer, thereiors intend to
devote our Phil SON L attention to the very ba-t interests
ot our custorueis. relying solely upon our energy and
pmmptness io su. am us. a d hoping by unremitting care
and attention to aerit and receive a share of public pa
tronsis
Office and Warehouss on Aiantie Wharf, three buildings
east of PosioQice and Cusiom House
U e brg leave o re lor to ilia lollowiog gentleman
N. Garntnou A Sun, Craizhead A Deaderioc, and mer
chanisgsner J.y, hnoxville, Tenn.
Q. A. Tipton, Ra.lroad Agent, and merchants generally
Louden 1e n
Franch & Van Epps, and J. J. Bryant, Chattanooga,
l'enn.
W. u. A. (-smsey Secretary of Staff; A. R. Crorier
L'omptr .l!er ot Troasury, a d M. M. Sweat!, Nashville,
lenn
R l Nnrwell Hutitoville, Ala.
C L. En g. Uecaiur, Ala.
J. li. Love i C-i , bite-burg, Ala.
M. L. aw an. Uellfont, Ala.
1. li tmte. VI Urtiaday. New Tork.
John Calowell, I'lesident of .-south Carolina lUllmaJ.
Thomua N airing, Atidiio of Souib Ca:olina Railioad.
John rving. Agaulof houth Carolina hailioad.
Hyatt, McUumey A Co., J . A L. B wit A Co., Charles
ton. .- C Sept IS. if.
J. iarge
large and well assorted aiock ot Fancr Goods whkh
we will sell by the Piece, al a small advance on eastern cost
for cash, or on snort time. STEVENSON 4 Wll ITE,
oiario 'st atf. College St
111IID, Dl.EK, ANO Dl'CK GUA'S.
r7"lRlvIA.N A ELLIS have just receive I a
IA. large assortment direct trom tne maters
in ti g.aud (sep'S 1m
DISSOLUTION.
TtVnutUiil cnn-ent ihe parti ei ship heretofore existing
) between Nrch"l, f'eacotk A Co., in (he Grocery and
( otti!nis:on bu- ntss, is tliisduv dissolved Mr. John F.San
dcrson Mining from ihe cmictr.1
The business will nerealter be conducted bv Charles M.
Nicliol a dJ.mies l'eac ck, tinderthe style of Nichol A Pea
Cock, who alone are rested with full power to collect and
nay debis Cue io and from die late firm.
i H S M. NICHOL,
JAMES PEACOCK,
au 22, '."4. JOHN F. SANDERSON.
l.OYEIl SEIil) li barrels I'eonsylrauia Clover
Seed for sale to arrive per Americus br
mar22 W. II. GORDON A CO.
WALL I'AI'ElC
ON HAND, a fine assortment of
Wall Paper of the latest and
most fashionable styles, for Parlors,
II-ll. 111.;... T?ns.r-ld Mt
' trt.rsA: iuntiiKV
...... u ..u w v v - - " - f
i .. n t " Ti v. aiirviioM,r
aSaVllIC II All I UWlt ' -V sv...vb u
V d I) ii.nmnnnmmntlv allAsrfeJ ta wamintAd
IA.. u. i sei IS f I lion
do&t ia Uie beat manner. ftugxO.
INSURANCES.
THE UNITED HREKEiTS
Insurance Company of Nash,
ville.
Capital $100,000,
Chartered br tiie. Mate.
This Company is now in success- -"?K
ful operation, and fs prepared to
takfl risrs on Rnililino.. rtonAv f
V5rri4 and Wares and Merchandize, against
,LOSS OR IAMAGE IJ Y FIUE.
Also, on Goods, Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes gen
erally, against the Seas, Rivers, and Inland Tbanspobta.
tiov, upon as favorable terms as any Office in tho City.
Office No. 25, on College street, opposite the Sewanee
House. JO EDWARDS, President.
Johjt 3. Daseiell, Secretary. mylS tf
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NA6H-
ville;
CAPITAL 8100,000.
THE COMPANY being fully organized under it Char
ter, granted by the Legislature of Tennessee, is now
prepared to issue Policies against loss or damage by Fire
on Buildings, Goods Wares, and Merchandise geuenUlr.
ALSO. On shipment against loss or damage by Seas.
Rirers, or Inland Transportation, ou the most faro rah i
terms.
Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates,
13?" OfSceNo.3l Public Square, upstairs over W. T.
Berry A Co.'s Book Store.
DIBE0T0E3.
Ssmnel Seay, K. J. Morris,
L. H. Lanier, D. D. Dickey.
L. A Lanier, J. F. Demonlle,
C. M. Nichol. V. H. Gordon,
Hu. Douglas, II. B. Mo.ris,
H. 8. French, R. N. Williams,
P. W.Maxey, T. 0. Harris,
A. J. Duncan.
SAMUEL SEAT, President.
Isaac Litto.v, Secretary. nwo rmy7 tf.
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSU3AHCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL & - O'S EXCHANGE
OFFICE.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goodsof erery de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and tha risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel iioaU and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual'terms. JOHN M. HILL, President.
Joseph Vaulx, Secretary.
Dibkctobs. ulex Allison. John M Hill. F B Fore. G M
Fozir. Jame Correr. Jno M Bass, Joseph Woods, Samuo
Seur, Matthew Watson, J J White, Jacob McGarock.
I&nl
THE MUTUAL PEOTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
OFFICE over Sbeapani A Go's. Excna Office, writ
insure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE, Houses
Merchandize. Ac Ac. ic. against Loss or Damasr- br
Fire; Steamboats on any of the Wests' n waters against the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes ot Vessel.sof
erery description against the Penis of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a siugleyear,
fur a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans
mitted per mail.
AH persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its without any liability to loss beyond theamcnutof Pre
miums which they may pay.
3i. a. pUjCUUK, (resident,
J. B. JOHNSON, V''ce President.
C. J. F. WriARTOV, Secretary. j.nl
NASHVILLE COJAIElfCIAL
INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL 8100,000.
(ALL PAID IN AND --ECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organized, according to
Charter, is prepared to writ Policies against LOiri or
DAMAGE BY FIRE, on rtuildings. Gooas, War.s aad
Merchandise generally. Also, on snipmtnts against loss
or damage by Sets, Rirers, or Inland Transportation, on
the most favorable terms.
Life aud Negro Policies granted at current rates. .
Orricr No. 86, corner of Square and ,edar atresia
DIEECT0B3.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JAMES W00D3,
JOHN hWRRM.lN, JOHN H. hWIN,
HENRY HART, Jb,, R, C. McNAIRY,
TUOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREA,
WESLEY GREENFItLD
ALEXANDER FALL, Prroideut.
Jaw 3 Walkie, Secretary.
Nashville, April 8w s tr a
STOl TIIE RASCAL I
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REW ARD, fora man who
calls himself Oiutal Etbcttc, who came to my house
in February last, and set in lo woik for me, and remained
with me until last taturday eremag; be then took my
h:.rse, saddle, bridle and blanket, and mide bis e-cape, "net
has not been neird of since, lie is a small man, of -rather
falow complexion , about tire feet six inches (ugh; he is a
thin risaged man, with a yello.tish hazel eye, and a tolera
ble large noes ; his hair is straight and black, wi'h some
few gray hairs ; he says 'hat be is -'5 years old; he is a
mild spoken man with but lew word-; he said that be was
laised in East Tennessee, and his lather lives ia Roane
county, East Tennessee. The borro that he carried away
was a young bay horse, two years old; about fifteen and a
hall bands high, with a bald face, and hind feel white a lit
tle abore the quarter joints; he has a black main audtsil,
and is rather a brown bay ; he is ot the Turn Hall pacing
stock, and can pace very k ell ; he is unaltered, and t-Lod
before when he left.
1 will give the above reward to sny 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 1 can
gel them. S. J. KITTRLLL.
Lebanon, Wilson county, Tenn. jy5:tf
FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLES
TON AND SAVANNAH.
On and after this date, the Articles as enumerated below,
will be sent through to Charleston or Saranuah, at the
prices allixed to etch article:
Cotton, per bale of Ji)" lbs. or less H 25, and 85 c?nU
for 10U lbs. for excess of orer 5lt.
Tobacco, hhds., per 100 lbs, SCO.
Pork in bbls., ' ' $1 ou
Bafging und Rope, " $1W
H. L ANDDRSON, tup t
julyl tf Supt. Transportation.
$30O-EIGHT YEARS' CREDIT, WIT1I
OUT INTEREST.
I HAVE a Hnnscand Lot on Vins street, just beyond
Demumbrane, renting tor $.S0 per month, which I
will sell for Oil cash, and (10 to be paid the firstilny of
erery minth for o years. li. A. BiLLOWt,
septic Gen'l Agent, No. 17 Dtaderick-.
THREE HUNDRED D LLARS REU AUD.
RANAWaY from the sub-enber abuut the a''h o
August, (wo negroes, JOK Uvl.L and JIM i-X
BUKRIS. Joe is a black negro, about J4 yesrsold, v
6 feet 1 inch high very stout butnot fli shy, weighs 'N
about IbU lbs. basa scar ou one of his etieek boi.es, ciu-ed
by a burn, can read and write. Jin' is a copper eclored
negro wuh a peculiar yellowness about ihe eyes, about 80
years old. 5 taet inches high and weighs about Ti lbs.
They liara a lare amount ot money with them, in Botes oi
the "Bai.k o' lennessee." Tbey are both keen, al -ewd
negroes, and possibh have forged free papers wi'u them.
It is also probable that they may be tni'o'ling under tba con
trol and guidance ota white man. Ttie ubuto isward mil
be gireu ior their npprehensiou and deliverv (o me, or to
the Jail of Nashrille. M REU.,
GoodSpnnjf PcstOOlce, Williataton County Tcnressee
sepj ti
ADAMS A FROST,
FACT0ES AND C0HIMISSI0H 2ILP.CHANT3.
Adcer's North Wharf,
CUARLbSlON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
OFFER their serrices to the Planters and Merchants of
Tennessee for the sale of Cottou. Tobaoco, (.'orn, Ba
con and othe produco, and beg lesro tort lor to the fodow
ing gentleu.en of Nashville :
V K. Smrxxsos, 1 JoHSiov it WrArsc.
N.E. Aliowat A Co, (J. A. MsAllistcc Si Co.,
S. P. Alluox.
luneU-tf.
f ANTILLAS AND E3I1S1IOIDERIES. A
IvX beautiful assortment of Mantilla., Crape Shawls and
Embroideries, which na are offering; vry cheap for cash.
aprifi THURSTON' A HKKNA RD.
JELLING AT COST WALKING CANE, HEKR
O OHAUM PIPES, Ao. We are selling the balance of
our stock of the abora articles at cost, to closu out. Any
one in want of them would do well to call at
ap7 LYONS A CP'S. 15. Cedar?!.
HERO'S GRASS SEED.
FIFTY RCSUtLi just ree'd and for sale br
te.taa KWIN BROTHERS.
FURNISHING (.OODS.
WE"are now opening our Fall and Winter Stock of
Furnifhiog Goods. It consists of ereri thing new
and elegant in our line. We reepectfullrask all in giro us
all. laugso MYERS A JlcGli.L
A. B. ROBERTSON,,
No.
45, Collrje Street, Nashville, Tennes'ee.
UOLtlMLC A.NO KLTAJl. Ur.Ai.bK I
ROOIS, SHOES, HATS, AND TRUNKS!
JAM now receiving duoct trom the most approred
Eastern Manufactories the Urgcst. best, and most
complete stocks of the abore article, that I have erer of.
lered, adapted to the Fall trade, to which 1 invite the at
tention of purchasers. Finding it impracticable to quit
the trade, as I propneed to do last Spring. I haro re entered
with a large assortment, determined to gire gnod bargains,
aug26-tf. A. B. ROBERTSON,
FURNITURE I MATTRESSES ! I PIANOS I ! !
tre, Side, and Work Tables, extension Table-, Ac. A large
ot of Wardrobes, Chairs, of ull kinds, Wind w Shades,
liocks, anassmment of L Gilbrt's entire Iron-framed
Pianos, Carpeting, Oil Cloth. Ac. Jlattresses, Shuck, Moas
Cotton and Curled Hair Spring J!attre.e.st kept on hand
and mde to order, and oaraaated. Now is thetilncfor
th se waning auy articles in my lice to buy cacar rug
Casa, or approred paper
I. H. MORTON,
JyJLS tf 4S Voisaatroet,
MERCHANDIZE.
DRESS GOOI1S.
No. 9 Union Street.
V -E are now oOering a new and beautiful asjortment
IT ot Dress uood, unsurpassed in the market, consist
inz-of Plain. Black. Plaid. Stnood and Urocadu Silks C.h,.
levs irf plain colors. Plaid and Printed Berrasa. Prin!d
Jaconet Muslin and Lawns together wjth a general assort-
meui oi atapie uooas, uosierr, rarasois, Twisted buk
ailtts.Ac. .ap2J TUUltama A HKKNAKD,
"rVTEW GOODS. We are dailr receirinr from the
Jl Eastern Cities a rery large and desirable stock: of
otapiea rancy tirr uooos, oi me rery uuesi ana nana
somest styles, which no will sell at rery low prices Our
buyer, Mr. L. I). Sterenson, has been tn New York all of
tnaspnngand mads arraneemenra which will eaDIs us
to show our customers something new erery day, and we
feel confident that the assortment which we keep is by far
.uu most caieusive ana ine cnetpesi uj do iouuu ia ue ciiy,
and we cordially invito yoa to call upon us and see if ne
iu . auis to reauza ise expectations ceia out
STEVENSON ft WHITE,
mar28'5 g. College St,
T ADIES DRESS GOODS.-Plaid and stripsd
jlj outs, lirocaae ouxs,
Plaid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra quality,
Plaid Plain and Figured Berages.
Beracre Robes flounced. Misses Bersze Robes.
Jaconet Robes, flooncad, Embroidered Muslia Robes
nounced,
French Lawns and Muslins great variety.
Dotted Swiss, and figured ifuslinj,
Organdie Muslins, French Chintzes,
English Chintzes and Ginghams,
Linen Cambrics in great varieties,
Bun-Shades and Parasols,
A great rariety of Fans.
STEVENSON tft WHITE
maris 59, College St.
EMUROIDERIES.--The most varied, choioa and
beiutiful assortment of Embroideries, we bar erer
exhibited, consisting of
Elegant Collars, Meeves, Chemisettes,
Collarettes and Sleeves in Setts,
Maltese Honicon Valencienne Plait Lace, and Cambric Col
lars and Sleeres,
Flouncings and Bands In Jaconet aad Swiss Muslins,
Scotch work Insertings and Edgings in new designs.
Lace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitchsd
Handkerchiefs,
Honiton Haadkerchieb, Honiton and Valcnciecns Lxeta,
STEVENSON & WHITE,
mar2S ' 59, College St.
MANTILLAS. Vi'ehavea large and handsome as
sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the noreltiea of
the sea3on, consisting of
Embroidered Applies an 1 Lace trimmed Mantillas,
Embroidered Muslin Mantillas,
Crape Shawls aad Lace Scarfs.
8TEYKN30X WHITE,
marSS S3, Col lege 3t
ENT'S VAK1ET1 UUOUS. ulasic aztdFaney
VJT French Cloths and Ca-ssimeres;
trench Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Ve stings,
Marseilles Vestings, French Drab de Etea,
Patent Shins with French Booms,
Merino Under Shirts, Lisle Thread and Raw Silk do.
Linen and Cotton Drawers, Liven Collars,
British and German halfhoisery.
Summer Cravats, tmbroidered Ties,
Fancy Silk Cravats, black do, suparilaa quality,
Plain and coloied Handkerchiefs,
Silk handkerchiefs; Silk Suspenders,
Alexander's Kid J lores. Silk do.
Thread Gloves, Linen do, Ac
Silkand Gingham Umbrellas.
STEVENSON A WHITE,
mir2S 59. College St
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. Rich tfatin u
uiask. Embroidered Muslins Curtains,
Lace Curtains, Cotton Damasks,
10-1, 11-4 Linenand Cotton Sheeting,
Pillow Case Linens, Ac. Ac,
Linen Table Napkins,
Fruit do,
15 dozen colored Border Damask Towels,
Vlnto ani Colored Marseilles Quilts,
Gilt Cornices d, Pins aud Bands,
Cords, Tassels, Gimps, Fringes. Curtains, Drops; Ac do.
STEVENSON A WHITE,
maris 5", College SU
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
ANDE & ELSBAGH,
Wholesale and Ketail
DEALEKS IN
READY MADE CLOTHING.
WE have the pleasure of informing our friends and the
public gen: ally that we are now in receipt cf tha
largest and most complete Stock of Clothing e7r brought
to this city. Every garment was selected in presence of
the junior member ot the firm in the Eastern cities, who
paid particular attention, not only to the material but to
its !.uparior manufacture, cut and shape Residents of
this city and thoe visiting here msy be assured that they
can be suited in price, iiuality and superior fit.
COUNTRY' MERCHANTS
Will please look through our stock before buyingelsowhere,
as we purchased our goods at the very lowest figures, and
ar determined to sell lor CASH or to PROMPT CUS
TOMERS at a rery small advance, and thus make it to their
in ercst to buy of us. Our motto is '"Quick Salas and
Small Profits ' We Lave also r ceived i large Stock of
Gentlemen's furnishing goods such as Shirts, 'Kerchiefs,
Stocas, Ac
We also inform our friends and the public that we hare
on hand a rery large assorted stock of the latest styles of.
Silk, Fur, Cashmere, Brush, and Bearer Hats; also chil
dren's Fancy Hits and Caps; unsurpassed in quality, style
and luwneas of price.
LANDE A ELSBACH,
Hat and Cap Manufacturers,
aug3l Nos. 43 and 50 Market street.
H. & B. DOUGLAS & CO.,
No. 5i I'csuc Sqcaex, Nashtilu, Tests;.
DEALERS AT WHOLESALE IN
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BONNETS, ROOTS, SHOES, RRO-
GANS, UJIIIRELLAS, Arc.
hare in Store, and are now arranctc? for salt, tho
Kiut extensive and tbecheaoest Stock of New and
Desirable Goods adauted to Fall and Winter Sales, erer
offered by any House in the trade of Nashrille-
We nre anxious tn sell where payment is certain, and
will make prices and tern s entirely satisfactory.
We will purchase Feathers. Ginseng, Beeswax, and
Wool, and barter fer Ltnsey, Jeans and Socks at their
highest market ralue. II. A B. DOUGLAS A CO.
a'jjLU - iii" w a
K. 12. BKOCKWAY,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
Clothing,
No, 71, Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
T Stock of FALL AND WINTEE CLOTHING is
low complete, embracing every style and quality to
DC Iuuna in any .sonueru or cwicrii .aiaiact.
Country Merchants villi bnd it much to their Inter
est to call and eiamine my STOCK. I wilTeuaraotee as
regards prices, to duplicate any Bill purchased oa tho usu
al terms, in Philadelphia, New York or Boston. I raanu
factuieallmr CLO'lUING, theiefore, the Country Mer
chant making his purchases of mob buying of drst hands
uud of courao is p ing the first profit made thorson.
While on the o.ber hand should ne make bis purchases of
CLOiUlMi manufactured in tha East, in this, or any
cU-er Wet-rn or Southern market, I leave for him tojudg-,
whether be is paying the leccsdo' third profit upon this
article of Eastern manu'aeture.
37 A inomenu reflection will doubtless convince all.
R. U. BROCK WAY.
MashTil'e. Angnst 22. 13V. tf.
DYE Ar BARNES,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION UEBCHA NTS,
CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND REYNOLDS STS.,
Augusta, Gj..
J2T"Llberal ch advances made on Coo sign moU of Cot
ton aad other produce.
nxrzs to
. . . - .1 ,-. - li' L..
Hon. John P.Kirc;,
" Charles J. Jenkins,
" Andrew J. Miller,
" William Senior.
B. H. Warren, Esq , I Anifusu, 8.
T. S. Metcalt, hq.,
Messrs. T. Richaids A Son
Banett & Carter,
" D. B. Plum A Co .
J. J. Howard. Em . Carteraville. Oi
Meiers GrenviL's A Sample, Chattanooga, Teen.
Dr. Paul. F. Eve, Nashville, Teen.
fang hp a.
rVEGROES FOR SALE.
XXJE have TWENTY-ONE LIKELY YOUNG- NE
' GROES.just from the country, low forcash. Also
a likely Girl, 15 yearsold, which wawill. sell on a crsditof
f.urmontns (septl) DABBS A PORTER.
SHIRTS. Received this day, alarea assortment of
sHIRT.S, French wore and Licen Bosoms. Wein
v.te all to examine ou- stock, and warrant erery shirt we
sell septS MY i RS A McQILL.
HERE'S THAT TOBACCOl-50 boxes Lang
horn A Armstead's celebrated Chewing Tobacco,
received per Railroad and for sale by
ap'U. McCREA A TERRA PS.
IRON AXLES. 200 oetttnau 1 lo 3H lucnes lor
salc.by McCREA A TERRAS3.
LT'LO UR. 1U0 bbls Lot-au Mills for sale by
r aeptK McCREA A TERRAS3.
A
LE. 50 bbls Ale in store and for sale by
- irifu t.' i.i iifi r.bts Noji. 1. 2. aad 8. tn stars
CAKDS.
3. A. DEERT.
tr.
B. DEEM. K. K. DEEtr.
DEER BROTHERS,
ALI30NIA JlANUFACTrj2ING COMPANYi
OSiet No. 19i Pitblia Smart, Nashvillt, Tennessee
mayia twly' '
GEOCESTES, LIQUOSS, WINES' Ac.
DAVIS Jc StVAXIV.
JiUUTWN
'CTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W holesalo Dealers in Groceries, Wine., '
Ltauors. Ac....vn.
30. id. EA3T-S1DS PCBLia qomnr
NASHVILLE. TENN.
HAVE IN STORE by recent irrirals, and which thr
?-tf?i.fSr?l8ror ,h't th8Tft prices, to wic
875 hhds Sugar or erery pad, from vary tine to all
qualities below;
50 bags Rio Coffee;
00 barrels Plantation Molarass;
250 half bbls do Molasses;
56 bbls Crushed and Povdared Sus&r
50 do Loaf Sugar, No. 1 to No. 6. '
50 boxes Virginia and Kentucky Tobaeco;
With, almost erery other article in tha Grocery and Li
quor lins to meet the demands of country and city buyers
which they are determined to sell as low as any housa ia
Middle Tennessee. They tare also to arrive, 30,000
Sacks fine Salt, which will be sold is loi-s on Ax Wh.rf ,
suit purchasers, at a small trifle advanced on cost.
Country Merchants aad others visiting; this city io bny
Goods in our line, would do well to giro cs a call before
buying elsewhere.
UAY1H A SWAVV
fbSS B No. 78. Public- Square.
. a. KOEXX, .. WILLUKS. jjro. a. rUHXK.
JOHNSON, HORNE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND SET AIL GB0CEE3.
Coa mission and Forwardinsf Merchaatf , and Storers o(
uorcoa ana roDioco.
nroJfartet and JiroaJ iU XuhrtiU. Ttim.
july JS. 1853.
PICKETT, KAC24TJKD0 & CO..
BANKERS andCOlIOIISSION MERCHANTS
NE ir ORL ISA SS.
"TfJlL S. PICKETT pate of the firm of PICKETT, PER
, Y V KLVS A CO. and J. R. MACMDRDO, Backer, hir
ing associated themselves ia business, will conduct a
Uankinz and General Commission Iln!
in this City, under firm of Picxrrr, Macxcedo k Co.
Particular attention naid tn ths mt n ( difmn r.t in tt.
aiipaeni oi supplies and Mrrchacdiso generally.
uus Til.
L. H. SIMP80N & SONS,
uipuaTizs or
Tflats, Brandies, Cijars, Cliauipaijnes, Jtc,
au. i, jsjcavjsi: street, new york.
Ani Rc la Basnna, Bo an ta ex. may 16 ly.
B. F. BELL.
Wha'"al9 and VSe tail Grocer, Dealer In Foreijra and
rij....fr.Ti.. o t-. ,
va.iinu.wi.wi! imkoiiuij, xurwuauu ami
Commisaian Merchant,
Qpp isite Sewanee House, Colletre t, No 25.
tes2
R. H. ERASER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
SO. 13 OAMXDELST STBTXT,
Hew Orleans.
REFER TO-
Oor. A. V. Brown, Nashrille, Tenm; CoLT. H. McNeill
Caahoma county, Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Arlp,
S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea i Co., Pulaski,
Tenn.; Jas. 0. ilalone, Esq., Athens. Ala.
octv ly.
CARTER, THOMAS & HOUGH'S
UNITED STATES MATT. LINES OF
SPLENDID
FOUR HORSE COACHKS,
FOR
JACKSON AND MEMPHIS,
Via
COLUMBIA,. LEXINGTON AND WAYNESBORO!
One Hundred miles Turnpike and the balance
a beautiful High Ridse Road.,
LEAVES Nashrille Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at S o'clo-k, P. M. Apply at General Stags
Office. jeSO tf O. H. a LAUGHTER, Agent.
A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers bis VALUABLE
. l Acai, Biiuauiu iu vau cuuuljt ui aiuuisuu, kv
miles north-east from Jackson, and soma 4 miles
east ot the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, the same distance
from Spring Creek, aud contains about 700 acra.
Said Farm has b long esteemed ons of the rery best
ia the county, and l . .cated in a healthy section, entirely
exempt from the risitation of Cholera. There are S&
acres cleared land, and a comfortable DWELLING
UODS&-& commodious GIN HOUSE and good COTTON
PRESS aa excellent STABLE, and other necessary oat
bouses. The said Farm huamost fertile and productive soil,
admirably adapted for the cultivation of Cotton, and could
bst made one of the best sak-farms in West Tenne&ize,
being well watered with five never-failing Springs, and a
beautiful creek.
Any person desirous of purchasing, is invited to examine
the premises and learn of the subscriber other particulars
as to terms, Ac. THOS. B. FENNER.
jyx 6mtriwAw
10 STAKE Y0TJR HAIR CURL
"WONDER OF THE WORLD II
THE pest wonder ot the World has at length txen dis
covered. You cannot make one hair white or black,
but Ur. Byron H. Robb cas at leuzth procured the truth
of the great secret after much studr, tod and expense, bo w
to make ths hair curl and wave in the most beautiful and
graceful manner for life. The proprietor has traveled
through Tarious parts of Europe for upwards cf nine years,
in search of the celebrated chemist and phtaiolojiat, M.
Jaques, and has at length found him in Italy, and purchased
of him the receipt for the sum ot 8,000. All persons hav
ing the most uncouth and coarse looking bair can tave it
rais formed into the most beautiful and curling sppear
ance that could be desired. The composition of which the
article is composed, will not cost more than So cents, and
but one application is needed to the hair ta cause it to curl
ani ware is the most uniform and perfect order for lit e2d
thus improro tho looks and appearance one hundred pr
cett. We now offer this wonderful discovery to the world,
for tha sum of l. Direct allletters to BYRON 1L ROBB,
Farmington, Trambull, ocuntr, Ohio, and the receipt will
be forwarded immediately to the person. All letters must
tx post-paid to secure attention. epMAdwSsa
A. QABDEIAE. LOUIB DELA1CLT.
GARDELLE & DELAIGLE,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CaASLcsTcr, S. C.
. IU t'W k T. A nn.M Aa an Pn.amimanlanf Pm.I.im
I J Prompt attention paid to Receinng and Forwarding !
Goods. ' '
Rusbsncfk Bustin A Walker, Doughty A BealL Au
gusta; J. Frasar A Co Charleston. surI5 (m. '
NEW URUNSWICK RUBBER COJIPANV I
VfAKEIIOCSE 100 LIBCRTV ANDlOj CSSAE STBETr
SW TORK.
MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS
in al! kinds of Rubber Goods, made under Charles
Uoodyear's Patent, consisting or Men's, Women's, Mm
and Children's Metalic Boots and Shoes, Coats, Cloaks,
Overalls, Combs, Stay and Dress Bona, Dolls, Doll Heads,
Balls, Toys, Whips. Teething Rings, Syringes, Breast
Pumps, Ac, Ac
The above Company would solicit a call from their friends
and the public before purchasing.
jy2S 6m JOHNSON LETSON, Pre.'.
LADIES BONNET BOXES-
OPENED (direct from Philadelphia,) another lot of No.
1 Bonnet Boxes. Single ad double top SoJ-Leather
Folio Traveling Trunks, rery superior. Black, Kusi
and Sole-Leather Trunks, all sixes with covera. Ladies'
Trunks (with Bonnet Boxes inside.)
aagSl RAMAGE A CHURCH, it College st.
RAGS! RAGS!! RAGS!!!
500,000 Ponnds of Rag Wanted.
I WILL pay S cents per pound, csh, fornU thi t (ti.
Linen, Flar, Hemp and It Ras if all co'- 'r-. U.i
are delivered at my Paperrji'l Rug unsown t.t N. rtn
east corner ef the Publ .u Squrxe,
Merchants, Pedlars aud Jil the rest of maak.nd ar " -citad
to rather and send me all they can
may7 tt W.S. WHITKMAX.
FliESIl ARRIVALS.
JUST received per New Orleans, Cincinnati and Pitts
burg steamers, the following articles, which we are of
fering low forcasb. Country Merchants and dialers gene
jally will do well to call and examine for thomselrea:
76o bas prima Rio Coffee; 50 do: Brooms;
SO do Laguyra do; 1,000 kegs Pure Lead;
300 bbls prime NOMoiasses;3dO do No 1 do;
150 K bbls do do; 150 casks lest English Soda;
ISO hhds Sugars, all grades; 20 bags Race Ginger;
Loaf Crushed and Powdered Sugars, an assortment;
S5 bags Pepper; 10 chests Teas, assorted;
16 do Spice; 0 bbls Soda Crackers;
10 tierces fresh Rice; 50 do Butter do;
100 boxes M Raisins; Cotton Yarns: assorted;
50 boxes Cod Fish; 2 gross Wash Boards;
30 do Herring; lSnestsTubs;
30 bbls Mackerel; 5 caaii Brandy;
100 kits, assorted numbers; S do Signette Brandv;
10 cases fresh Sardines; S do do;
25 boxes Pickles, ajsorfsd; 5 do Madeira Wine;
5 bbls Brimstone; 5 do Sben do;
10 do Alum; 10 do Port do;
290 bags fine Salt; 23 bbls S M Wine;
I 0 Demijohn, ass'd sixes; 40 K bbls S M Wine;
IU trails Aimonas: wugijijwiauiiuiu,
100,000 Cigars, Tar brands;
S00 boxes prime Cheese;
0 do Quart Flasks;
150 do Pint ' do;
50 do Fluted Tumblers, a
60 do American Brandv;
50 do Old Bour Whisky;
50 do Old Monon; ' do;
25 do Old Rye do;
);200 do Rectified do;
300 kegs Nails, assorted;
SO Co ma resin u.-anay;
o boxes fine Tobacco, as-SOO reams Crown, Medium.
. , . . . ' , r n
soriea oraaun, v.
OTSS&sMa
auggf . corner oi i;uurcn ana Jiarxei Bis
WOODEN WARE, Ate.
SUNDRIES JUST RECEIVED
CEDAR Backets, Pails, Tubs, Piggingj, ic;
Well Buckets, Half Bushel Measures;
Butter Tubs, Rice Boxes, Sugar Boxes, ie ;
Bread Trays. Baskets, children's Cane Chairs;
Cocoa Nat Dippers, Grass Mats, Mannilla do.;
Chums, Cradles, Floor Mops, Ac
Jut rtcairad at the Variety aad House Furnishing Store
ef aagsOJ MORRISON & CO.
jVIJEROHANDIZE.
FALL IMPORTATIONS
DUNCAN, MORGAN &.C0.,
TTl?'! . PyRHC SQUARE.
, Fall andw stekdry ooonsi
I io which w inrita the SfSS?l
f mlW. W nartlc-i, i lr.n?en.or LeKhi
y middle of August our entir aryx-t nf '
erally. We particularly In5 HS'K
i i i
, ur k Kiainii our wict udp Our success in
conducting a business onth 7ZT CASH AND SHOPT
TIME-PROMPT PA , SYSTEM, EJ satisfies oa hai
J it is entirely practicable, and that there is a large das ef
buyers, who. closelr stud rim their best iatarM.
acting upon that system.
Castt and short n a sales, enable as to keep our means
in rapid use. and therebrereatlr to reduce tha nrofita m.
quired to sustain a business predicated en loagcrodiis.
Ia addition to our purchases, we will hare a large let of
Good oa consignment, embracing various brands of Cot
ton Tarns, and orer .-00 bales BROWN DOMESTICS.
Drillings, Ac, of all grades and prices. Thesa goods ara
offered freely to the t-ada in general, regardless of whether
oltrr food aro bought or sot.
.... . DUNCAN, MORGANA CO.
ffT 1 kmd3 01 barter taken in exchange for roods, or
sold ftr, euttojiers without charge.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD &G0.
WHOLEslLE DEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS
AND
STRA.W GOODS.
T 'NO. 50 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
HE attention ot Merchants is respectfully loritad ta
nurextensiTe Fall and Winter supplies of tha abora
GoodU. which are now arriving and will be comcleta br
the 25th of August J
Ourj purchases are made exclusively of mannfacturan,
and we are determined to compete successfully in price
with New Tork and Philadelphia jobbers. Our ability ta
do this will not be denied by any candid man who wilt
take tie trouble to investigate the matter aad compart oar
advantages with those of eastern houses.
Our stock will be unusually large and varied, and buyers
"V " v" uuuiugwim ua overruling in our line adapted
to the wants of the trade, at as low prices as can be found
in this or anr other market,
: GARDNER, SHEPHERD t CO.
The usual produce cf the country. Wool, Feathari, Gin
seng; Ac, taken at tha highest market value in exchange
for goods, or in payment of debts. Jy2 tf Q. 3. it C'J.
' TO THE PUBLIC.
WE are now receiring the largest aad beat stleeted
stock of
FALL AND WINTER ROODS
erer offered in this market. We are offering extra indue,
ments to all casr or punctual buyers, knowing that many
persons will be induced to purchase their goods far cash,
when they can gain an adrantage thereby.
We buy our goods mostly from package bouses, which
enables us to oiler buyers rery great advantages in the war
of lowprices, and good styles.
ISf Country Merchants will hud our stock of Black: aad
Fancy Silks, Plaid Cashmeres and DeLanea, Marines, Rib
bons, and many other deslrablegoods, suited to their trade,
at Terrlow priced.
Rich Plaid A Striped Silks; Super Black Silk
" " spun Lace Curtains;
" " Marinos; Muslin "
" DeLanesr Satin Laines;
French A English; Merinos; Union Damasks, with
Black Bombazines; Tassels, Gimps A Cornice;
Alapaecas; Bonnet Ribbons;
Merino A DeLanes: Black A colored Velvet;
i Rich Lace Habits A S!eres; Super French Cloths;
I ' Collars; " " Casskneres;
" Muslin Fancy Vestings;
Muslin Habit A Sleeves; Lambs' Wool Sbirti.t
Emb'dAeol'd linen Cam HkffsMermo
White A col'd Silk Tulles: Gloves and Hdk'6..
Jackonet A Swiss Flouncing j.Cra rata and Scarfs;
White Goods, all kinds:
Brtwn Canton FlaonaU;
Sattinetts, all qualities;
Jeans "
Tweeds:
FlanneU
Plaid Linaeva
Ticking, all quawtles;
Prints, "
Ginghams,
Irish Linen,
BIch'd Sheetings, all ijuilltij;Tab!e Lmeiis,
arameaiics willing, -
Brawn Domestics ' Super bed Blankets;
500 pairs Negro Blankets.
"With many other articles such as are usually ksptia
bast class" Dry Goods houses. We invite buyers to ea
ainice oor .stock and judge for themselves of the inducs
menUwe offer. W. A. A J. G. McLELLAND.
sepW Metropolitan Store, Nos. 51 and 58 College st,
POPULAR TRADE-
SILKS FOR THE BULLION I II
PBICE3 TO SUIT THS SHORT CHOPS.
Thompson &
21 Public Square.
Co.,
ARK now receiving their Fall and -Winter Stock, molt
of which has been selected since the late enormous
Auction Sales iu the Eastern cities, and they feel rial grati
fication In being thus enabled to offer their Goods at prices
to suit the present crisis. Cash buyers will be surprised at
the iaducemenis offered them to spend their mvney.
SILKS.
We have (he larpest and ehespest lot of Silks ever oifsrsd
in this market We hare all kinds and styles, Taryis
from tlftv cents to fire or sir dollars a rard.
Rich Plaid and Stnpe Silks; '
Moire Antique lilac k and Colors.
Satin Plaid and Stripes;
i" Black Satin Plaid and Strips;
" all kinds cheap Silks;
Wedding and treeing Dreoses, splendid Rich pi tin ?iA
d4 On.
DAMAGED SILKS.
A large lot of splendid Black grograin Silks, that bars
been wet, but are not injured ia texture or appearanoe.
We are selling themat less than cost, and are selling than
fast.
WOOLLEN DRESS GOODS.
Rich Plaid Valencias;
" Plaid and btnped Cashmeres
" " DeLanes;
u Tartan Plaids, all qualities;
Beautiful Robes de Chambre for Ladies;
Cents;
French Merrinces and Cashmeres, cheap;
Black Satin Faced Merrinoes;
Super Super, Black Cashmeres.
LACE GOODS.
Madallion Surplice Collars and Slers;
Honiton Lace Cellarets;
Maltese do;
Valenciennes, Piatt and English Thrrad Laces;
Point Lace Cape;
Point Lace Udkfs;
Real Black Thread Lace Veils;
Great bargains in extra tine French Emb'd Lines Caabri
Hdkfa. r
' CLOAKS AND SUAWIA
In a few days' we will hare open a splradid assortmeftt
of Cloaks, Mantles and fine Shawls.
FUNNELS, ETC.
Particular attention is requested to oor stock of Flanasls
Rest Sbaior Flannels;
" , " " double raiUed;
" 'Welch do;
" Enslwh Swausdown, rery heavy for invalids;
Mens, Boys, aad all kinds of servants wear; Blankets, la
bia Liaeas, Sheeting, etc, etc
HUSH LINENS.
We caaaot spraV te blly of oar Ir'.fc I 'ibsm, UieT
arechear-t than enr.
FUli ! FURS 1 1
On the first dar of October we wilt mwb tbeieet spies
did rtjtieiii m Fan ever eAjroil ia WM avrr all kioJa
tnd intci every ctiuate.
CI'RTMN GOODS.
SntiHidM SMin de lAines;
ieru.an Den-asks;
ali kinds of French Cotton Dare&A,
ROSlEIiVt HOS1ERVII
We Ws a cheaper and beter ajsortment of TTia'.er
Hosiery, than we ever offer. d before.
All kinds of Ribbons and dress Trmmings.
seprt.. THOM PSON A CO, No. 3L
R, C. M'NAIRY & CO.,
No., 55 College st, NashTUle.Tscn,
ARE now receiving their FALL STO' K OF NEVT
GOODS, to which thy would jespwrtfully invito the
attention cf the public.
Embroideries.
" Tbey hare now opened for sale the handsomest and moat
varied assortment of Embroideries ever brought to Nash
rille, from, which the ladies would do well to select carry.
Their
Silk Goods. Ribbont, Trimmings, etc,
Will surpass all previous displays.
Carpets.
In a few days they will receirea rich and extensive guy
ply of Carpets, selected in the Last by their buyer ex
prrssiy for this trade, and which they intend to sell
cheap as to make it to the interest of erery cne to bay of
them. Their stock in this department will be (10,004.
Also of every thing in tbeir line of business tbsy will
keep a cohstant supply of the best quality at tho lowist
pries.
Desiring1 to close their Summer stock before going Into
their New Stot t, they ate selling Ixlow cost. Let all wh
desire good bargains give them a call.
aujria-tr
STRICKLER, ELLIS &
Wholesale Dealers in
boots, SHOES AUd HATS,
Nd..67 Public Square, Xasuvillr.
HAVE received an extensire FALL and WINTES
Stock or the above gods, which they offer to the
trade on the most faTC-raWe terms. Their Ftock will be
found, stall times, as LARGE and COMPLETE as any ia
the place, and they respectfully soHcit a call from 3fer
chnnts rishing goods at the lowest market
prices. i
Feathers, Wool. Linsey, As , taken in exchann for soodx
aad in pymect of dues, at the highest market value,
.y
iSlpyj-iHillr.
iw. Jill sihi Jinn . -M '"',

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