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VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1854 NO 437, NASHVILLE IMPS 4MMM "i f I; I. tr- UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE Nos. 0 aud 1 1 , Deaderick Street. .Trr T7rrr.Tr.... m-mv ivn axtfriran furnished io subscribars at tbe following rates: Single. copies, one vtirindvaaoe. 12 50; within the year3 00; at the end yearmaavajoe. t- ... , 1IT,r,i.f.o 00 ox iiie vcr uu VIM" w 1 ' rr coot for one year. Clubs of subscribers wdl be re- l'ne MI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdsy JT THE MONEY l ALL OASES TO ACC0MFAN1 . . ... ..... rvu... . fc' r-m 2r.ittances of subscriptions mav be wade by mail a our japer will be sent oat of the State unless the order U ac ct mpanied with the cash. so jTrinnr n Commercial College, AND wnTTINQ INSTITUTE. rrnn first trra of this College will com- f JL menceon MONDAY, Feb. 18, in the A Jare j and spacious room in Cooper's block, gf. oa i aerrTBirrofc, u. .v.. .. ' .. . ... X ie course of instruction, in this institution will embrace tJooi-Ueoping, uommerciai i, isuuimerciai Aniuuieuu ind Peuaianiiip. N .pupil will receive a diploma until he is thoroughly inalinedto discharge the duties of the accountant. Siudents will be iustructed in all the modrn improved lorn, s adopted by the best regulated houses iu the country, amoagotheia one whiah dispenses with the use of the Jour nal, greatly lessening the amount il labor and liability to srr, md another which renders the use of the Cash book iud Journal superfluous, and enables the book-keeper to post his personal accounts dailv, and hit merchandise and Ciish as often as mav suit bis convenience. Tl.is latter form smew particularly designed for the use ot retail establishment. ..... Tl.ey will be taught a simple process by which the mor chatt may at all times ascertain the amount of his loss or pain, together with the quantity of goods on hand, without resoiting to the tedious process of taking an inventory. This institution will bo permanent, aud has been estab fished to meet the already important and growing com mercial interests of the city ot Nashville aud State of Ten uog.de, and it is designed to place It upon a basis inferior to nono in this country. Tla importance, to every business man, of a knowledge )( ac unu, must be sufficiently obvious to all reflecting mini Is. To the man of wealth, it is important to enable him to niamge his affairs scientifically, and without pecuniary loss audJthe Lawyer is often called upon, iu the discharge ot his profesioiial duties, to unravel the most intricate ac counts, butto the young man who depends upon his own resources for a livelihood, it is invaluable. It gives him a puaitiou which nothing else can. Ho holds the postal confidential cferkiu his employers, service. .... , . . , It connection with this establishment is a department for the benefit of those who wish to take lessons in writing on Iv, t here an elegant hand writing will be impirted to all who plaoe themselves under the care of the preceptor. Pupils entering Una institution are not limited to any number of lessons, but for a specified price mar coutinue aoybr&uoh they pursue until thev are perfected, retaining tua privilege of reviewing their lessons at any subsequent peri free of charge. J8J11 iv i?nY a- prii npiiils: 59 Broad Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Ojftr for iyiU Ite following Heavy Cotton Fabrics: NSW-EN GLAND COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all numbers, hard tnd sofl;also all the various widths of Uaurass manufactured at this establishment comprising ev ryaneiy Vnowu io the trad, aud olTeivd at the lowest (alei. 0 SITED STATES PILOT DUCK Woodberry and Ioi nt Vernon Ext ra. A lull assortmant of this superior kibr c. V "ILLIMAIJTIC C0TT0K DUCK-18, IS, 20 and 22 Bel , ali numbers, hard aud soft, 'fins fabnc was awarded ll.e ji-lied rrt-aimiuattUe ludou World's Fair, also at ur own State Fair. SinP AIi'D BEAE MASK DUOK l'lain and twdled, iut.ufjctu.-cd bv the Oieeuwood's Company, a superior ar helf Hvliht sails, tents, awnings. &c: also, Mount Yer aon Twilled tn, Howard Havens, Pioneer and Phojnix Mills Light Cotton Havens, plain Si to 27 incb;Heavy, do. io. C0TT0H SAIL TWINE A full assortment TAEPAULEIS, HAIiIHOCKS, STUFFS, &c. PAPERFJSLTUfQ 30to7i inch, made very heavy, lipiesslv fur drier felts. CVS. COYEEIXG t'otton Canvass, all widths, from SO to 1 -.i inches, anJ all numbers, made expressly for cover-Ino-jjid rootuig railroad cars, is perfectly aud permanently k t T-iruif, and more enduring IhiO the car itself. EYAKELLING CANVASS-SO. 88, i0, 45 and 50 inch ilaiu and twilled, in every variety. r AGS ASD BAGGIMG Ot every description, beam iest Bags, woven whole, all fcue, iu bales oflOu, 200 and 100 oouibinin, strength, utility and cheapness, for grain uii meal, are unFurpased. t ls!,h.avir Cotton Sacking, 40 inch Canvass, S thread rV rp and FiUmg, heavy twilled, do. do, 20,22, 40, aad Hiach. WOOL SACKS Woven whole all sizes, a new aad desira le article. fcb25 'M lyd. SICiTltAltlUS VANTUI). T HREE-FIFTHS or the deaths throughout the Union, are children under live years ot age. ' jlie reuicdiestii.it are serviceable for adults are al0 lul.ily iuj Jrioiis (or patients ot more tender years. The Children's Panacea of the Gnefenberg Co'y isiireparod bvau aged l'hvsician, who has devoted his wl'ole life to the study ot the diseases of women and child- ''u has been usod in this city with the happiest efl'ee ts up babes of 12 hours old, when the attendants upon the n her have thought that life could not possibly be pre- 8 havB received voluntary certificates from parents whose ' tdrsn b&vo reoovercd when in the last stage of prostra ti a, allother remedies having failed. Lst every Mother use the Children's Panacea! 1st. When the child is troubled with griping or tlatu- 'id.' Wlien there is loo-senew of the bowels, or where the d "cliare is scanty, of a bad color aud smell. Jd. VVtiera the child is attacked with Measles, Convul 6, n Cholera Infantum or Worms, this remedy is a cure, a .1 its us will relieve the anxious mind ol the mother at tui. When the child starts in its sleep, and wakes sud d, ilv'with a fixed orfnjhteoed look. .th. Wlu.il tlierc are worms this remedy i. the molt cer ti n cure over known. Let it be'resorted to in all cases of cl ddren's disease, particularly during tLo second summer, ol wlieo tething,or when troubled with Ivoils, as is now th - oasewith half the children of Nashville, and its value V!il beat once admitted. ,,.- The lirajfenbergMedicmesare all prepared by Physicians whi. bare had many year' experience. There is no hum buir about them. ... T.i every case where tho Medicines are used according to din ctams, and they fail to do what i3 promised for them, 1 w II iiirei hesitate tn refund the monoy. ..i i.. . t fi . ... 41,:. QtatA nr 1 iey r.re ior aaic jjv iiu m .....v, . wh. m also may bs had The Grasfecberfj Manual of Health, A rouipmdious and familiar treatise on all diseases to whichrosidents in the West are liable. Also tor flaATCiTocs Ulsibibctiox, CO.00O copies being prijtod for that purpose, THE OK.-Er'ENHEUO ALMA N AC or Light roa thic Wucld fob 1S55. ALEX. MACKENZIE, ICn6 Agent Nashville. 4 ir. li. wiiiTKsmiss, GENERAL AUCTIONEEE, Jackbon-, Tksnpjsek. """'-rTKWlLL sell Horses, Mules, Land, and Negroes upon JL the most reasonable terms. He will also act as Agent tor tha hiring or Negroes, and the selling or renting of Land. Refer to the citixons of Jjcksou, or 1.C. Torbett, Nash vile. mv2.--lyw. S-j:eautilul White Troth, Healthy (Jums, n';d a Sweet Urcuth.- All who aredentous of obtain ii thasa benefits, hhould use 1 ZttKMA.VS CELEUlt ATED TOOTH WASH. This Jrlicious article ootabines so many meritorious qual il e thai ii his now become a stsndard favorite with the c larnso! .-x ork, Philadelphia and Ualtmiore. Dent il aprewribeit m their prasuce most successfully, and fj uneven i.,.ro.. the most flatteringlaudatmns are award eiit. liillamed and bleeding gums are iiuiuediately ben e ittad bv its U-M-; ltsmt.im upon them is wild, soothing n ,dflective It rlmuea the tcetli so thoroughly that they , omatietoriial xviil in wtnienes, and ditTuse through t aouih kueh a deligliilul tretdiness that the breath is I -ndered eitreoiely MveeU It disinfects all those impuri 1 as wtuchJead topnidiice deca, nnd, as a consequence, v hen these are relieved the teeth must always remain t.Mtnd. Prepared oolr bv FKANC1S ZKRMAN. Druggist and t heiuist, I'hiladelpttia. Sold wholesale and retail by ..... VllltV I , .1U311VJIIC. And by all Ilrnggist!, at only 5 tweuty-fivel cents per iiittle 1 10 COI'I'KK tiftbags Uio Collee fur s;ile to arrive , nor K. Howard, by W. 1L UOKDON A CO. mar2 2 M. w RAl'I'lM i I'Ai'lCK UK) HlltOla;s it Teiineseo Wrapping 1'jper, for sale by jas5 . ii. uuiiu. .t u. THE KNOW NOTHINGS ABE STOPPING FOR A FEW DAYS AT THE "WASHINGTON HOTEL, MAINE STREET. NOltTil OF THE COURT HOUSE, Franklin, Tcnties-ro, TTTIIICII isagam open ,or ,ue reception ofviiloIS, and VV the Baderaigned flatters himself he will be able to 1 leave all who may favor him with their patronage. The able will be supplied with the very best the market affords Vfcetcaalsof the borso will lw fully supplied bv a caietnl and oiwrieneed hostler. Charge modeule. TRY ME. Will a lifle t ncourageme nt 1 am determined to make it first class Hotel. N. C. DAVID, Proprietor. v ' O I' I C E. Owners of .goods by the New York and IN Uhartesum kteamre.i'cuosined to Mr. J.H. Willy, itoitined fir the South aud South-West, are hereby notified that thesmd goods aro n store by the several late arrivals, lit their expense and nak, for non-payment ot freight. Cbar3e7ton7s. C, Oct B,lP54.ENRV JI13SKOOM, octll diwtw Agent SUNDRIES. R. STEWAItT. , , VEAKLEY tmnr inT A- AV K A If TJK . Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants and Dealera in ForeignacQ uomesiic iiinuorak No. 8 Broadway, Kash ville, TetiiieseB. SUNDRIES. 6 000 lbs Manola Cordage; 1,000 lbs Tared Cordage; 1000 lbs Cotten Cordage; 500 bags fine Salt; 55 reels pac'g Yarn; 200 coarse do; 100 bales Oakum; 25 bhds Sugar; 800 lbs ass'd Twine; 100 bags Kio Cofl'ee; 25 bbl3 Itosin; 10 bbls Lard Oil; 25 bbls Pitch; 100 bbls reb'ld Molasses; 60 pigs Lead; . 25 doz Corn Ilroome; 5 kegs bar do; 5 bags Pepper; 250 " ass'd Nails; 50 boxes No. 1 Soap; 63 wro't Spikes; 10 " Scotch Snuff; 10,000 Napoleon and Jenny Lind Cigars; 25 boxes manufactured Tobacco; 10 " Smoking Tobacco; 50 ground Mustard and Tepper; lOdoz Zinc Wash Boards; 200 assorted Dimajons; 5 chests best Imperial and Black Teas; 25 bbls crushed and powdered Sugar; 100 bbls Whisky, various brands; 25 bags old government Kio tiollee; 50 ' ass'd Yams, from P. Wood's Factory"; 10 kegs Oolden Syrup; 20 boxes Summer Candles; 60 " Star do; 50 doz Maum's Blacking; 60 boxes half pint, 1 pint and 2 pinl, Flasks; 200 bags Maney's Table Salt; Indigo, Madder.Soda, Wrapping Paper, Copperas, Ver msfllln Mimmu. Market lt &nkets. Moos. Calsuo. Pow der, Shot, Ac For sale by aug oiinAM o. nijAimi'i. (iltOCElllES, Arc FRESH ARRIVALS. 200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new crop; 25 sacks Laguyra Coffee; 10 bbls Mackerel, fish of '53; 20 do good Java do; 20 kits do; 50 hhds new Sugar; 20 boxes Cod Fish; 60 bbls Molasses; 20 " Smoked Herrings; 80)$ do do; i:00 " Sardines; 25 do Golden Svrup; 20 " KKttl- q.jar Pickles; 20 do Crushed Sugar; 20 " Lemon Syrup; 20 do Powdered do; 10 ' Pepper Sauce; 80 do Loaf do; 5 " Sa. Bitters; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 20 doz painted Buckets; 50 boxes and half boxes M.10 nests " Tubs; R. Raisins: 5 casks London Porter; 100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice; 10 Dags a s Aimonas; -M " repper, 2 casks Pecan Nuts; 10 " Race Ginger. 2 bbls Brazil do; With numerous other articles in the grocery line, just received and for sale tow for CASH by decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. CHAMPAGNE, A BASKETS and boxes tine Champagne; a superior ar OU tide of the best brands. Just received and for sale by decll E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. FINE WINES, JJRANDIES, Ac. 10K CASKS OLD MADEIRA; 0 " " Sherrv; SX " Port; 10 pipes pure Cognac Brandy, old and line; 20K casks " a pipes " Holland Gin; 2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky; 10 boxos assorted Cordials; For sale by docll K. S. CHEATHAM A CO. TVTEW STATE .1IAF-1N PRESS AND WILL IN shortly be published-a NEW MAP OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, of cabinet size, say 4 by b feet or there abonts. The Map is compiled from notes and actual sur reys maue snu coiieciea aunng lue iasi lour years uy U. C. Makckll. of Na&liville. No expense or trouble has been spared in getting up this great work, and the public mav relv on havine one of the most perfect and beautiful State Maps ever before published. Any information that gentlemen at a distance may wish to have engraved on the Map, will be attended to by ad dressing either H. C. JlarcelL or myself at my orh.ee In Nashvifieat any time before Decembor noxt. E. A. i.Mjr.i , ruonsner. Septl4 eodlm. Cooper's Building, Nashville. j!T' Knoxville Hr-iisttr oiease conv for one month three times per week, also ilemphis Bigle and Knyitirer, and send bill as above. MEDICINES, THAT HAVE DEEM tested, during the past year, by many of the most re spectable citizens ot Nashville- The advertiser is permitted to refer to Mr. Samuel Wctkms, whose servant was cured ofa most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J. Collins of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have been cured; twenty cases of Bone Felon. Mr R. H. Jones's son was cared of Sore Eyes, arte- having been under the treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians lor eight months, almost totally blind. At least one hundred resectable persons in Nashville, and its vicinity, can be seen who will vouch for the great Decants 01 nis course 01 ircaimeni, wuuoui me use 01 me knife or mercury. j Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Soro Eyes, and all im purities of the blood. Twenty years el consiani iraciice, uiieea in icw urrauj, prior to coining to Nashville. Those interested, are res pectfully invited to call, examiue and consult; free of any (iharge. Orhce No 47 Union St., near Cherrv. novlO ly. E EDWARD THOMAS. UNITED STATES BOi th, CiiESXCT Street, Abovb Foubtii, PiitLADELi-m.v, Pa. CJ. MacLELLAN, (late of Jones' Hotel,) has theAA pleasure to inform his friend and the travel- r'f ling community, that he has 1 eased this llc.iise for a term of vears, and ii now prepared for the leceptiou or Guests. The Local advantages of this favorite establishment are too well known to need comment. The House and Furniture have been put in first rate or der; the rooms are large and well veutilated. The Tables will always be supplied with the best, and tho proprietor pUdges himself that no effort on his part shall be wanting to make the UNITED STATES equal in comforts to aiy Hotel iu the Quaker City. JyTdSm. FOR SALE. A BRICK DWELLING, with six rooms, kitchen, Urge bnck stable, Ac, No. fi7, corner of High and Gav streets. The lot fronts 12f feet on High and 185 feet on Gay street. Apply at No. 6S Cherrv street. JOHN L. A R. W. BROWN, jeT:tf Real Estate Agents. CRUTCHER HOUSE. THIS large and commodious Hotel, situated on the cor. terof SprasoA.MiStiaMER Stbekts, NaSuvillk, Txx nessee, is now newly furnished throughout, aud ready for the reception of transient custom. This is by 1 ar the near est Hoteltothe Depot, and being in the ceutie of the city is quite convenient to all the business Iioumm. JO. W. BELL, sept8 tf 1'nninetnr. TVTOTICE. The CoiurinersUipliereii't'jreexisiiUi un lN derthelirm of DOBYNS & CUUItCH and DOBVNS A CO., is dissolved. No oue is authorised to collect debts ol the concern but Mr. J. T. Yearout. sspS-St. T.J.DOIIYNS. 7 KATIS-JUST PUBLISHED. A NEW DL-- VjrCOVEKY IN MED1C1NT. A fticvorjeoit Uu ru turnal treatmtnt, without medicine, of SiHirmatorrhea, or Ixical Weakness, Nervous Debihtr, Djw spirits, liassttude. Weakness ot the Limbs and tho Back, Indisposition and Incapacity lor Study aud Labor, Dullness ot apprehension, Ioss of Memory, Aversion tu Society, Love of Solitude, Timiditv, Self-Distrust, Dizziness, Headache, Involuntary, Discharges, Painsin theSide, Affection of the Eyes, Pim ples on the Face, Sexual and other Infirmities iu Man. From tht Freiw.'.'f l)r. Ii. lLity. Tho important fact ihat these alarming c.-inplaints may easily bo removed without medicine, is, in this sinalliract, clearly demonstrated, aud the entirely new and highlv suc cessful treatment, as adopted by the Author, lully ex plained, by means of which every one is enabled l-j art hiinstlf ptrfectl$;anti at the Uast jKwrJJe tvf, avoiding, thereby, all the advertised nostrums of the day. Sent, to any address, gratis and post tree, in a sealed en velope, by remitting post paid) two postage stamps to Dr. B. DeLANEY, 17 LUpenJard street, New York. s'ept3 6m. " NOTICE TCTSTOC K HOLDERS. AT the iast meetiugof the Directorsot the Edgtieldand Kentucky Railroad Company, the followingresolutious were adopted. 1 . That the Engineeris hereby directed to make, as soon as possible, tho final location ot the louteof tins road, from Edgefield through GkKHiletsville, to Springfield, iu Robert son county." 2. "That a call of eight per cent, be made upon the stock, parable in nionthlv instalments of two per cent , to wit. On the 2d day of September, the 2d day of October, 2d day of Nnvember.and toe 2d day of December next." Pavnients to bo made at the office ot the Gas Light Com pany'. WASHINGTON BARROW, Secretary and Treasure.! Aug. lfi, 'M eoiw. " ot ihe E.and K. R.R.Co. 1riOR RENT. A comfortable house on tiprucestieii . 8 doors bejond Deiiiunibrane, containing 7 ronn-s good kitchen, stabl Ac. Aim, a small 'rauie house on Si ra mjr str eet beyond Broad si. Apply to au212 WM.L. BrTJD gaTnok, MACDOXAM) a- tu 1TI and 17 Pearl Street, New York. OFFER the TRADE on liberal TERMS of their own Inuiorlation and Mannfacture, STRAW titlODS, : SILK and SATIN BONNETS. RIRUONS, FRENCH and AMERICAN FLOWj:itS, FKATHKltS, BONNET LIN INGS, I ABS, Ac, Ac, and a general assortment id Mll I LINt . -Vrs promptly executed, jyl Km. T'A S IflONAIiLE CLOTH IN G AND TAlLOHINCr K3TA15LISIIMEXT. No. 11 Cedar Street. Five doors from Public Square, Allr-RLm:ivuototindac!uiceand well s-elect' V ed stuck of liuiiis, v nsinieii, unit Vesti;s, If of the latent and mot heautitn! i.Htt.-itw. all rf which Mill be made upto order in the nio.n tdsliionable stvle, nnd at as short notice as can bedone 11. ,my eiiv in the Uuiou, ami aOfirices to suit ilie nmes. ' Hating received my entire stock of C.noiN for the Fall and Winter seasons, and being suiistiod ilwt Iher are bv lar the haudouiest tiinidsever biought to this market uli examination isi-equexted before purchasing elsctrheie' Renily-.tltidc Clothing. Coat, I'antsnnd Vestt of all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing Coods, Sdksand Merino Undershirts, Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Sus penders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Silk and Linen Shirt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac. Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call andexjunine. T. J. HOUGH, sep2 tf Agsnt. SCHOOL BOOKS, Ac.-Couhtry Merchants and School Teachers are invited to examine my stock of School Books and Stationery, which will be offered at the luneM uj iucuu&cu umiugie copy. augS. CHAS.W. SMITH, i uoiiege street, WEBSTER'S SPELLERS -Bv the dozen low' est prices. For sale by CHAS. W. SMITH aug9. 41 College .street. INKS, Slates, Steel Pens, Pencils, Inkstands, Slate Pen cils. Copy Books, India Rubber. Quills, Penholders, Ru lers, Paper, Sand, Ac., Co. For sale bv aug. CHAS. W. SMITH NEW" BOOKS. LIFE AND ITS AIMS Ideal and Actual. Stories of the Irish Peasantry. Mrs. HalL Tales of Old Times, from tho German. Sketches of Genoa, Pisa and Florence. French Revolutions. ByReadbead. 8 vols. Select Writings of Robert Chambers. 4 " Chambers' Paper for the People. G " Chambers' Miscellany, bound, 10 ' A further supply of tho Lamplighter. For sale br aug22. "CHARLES W. SMITH. 41 College street. W. It. COKKEUU3. D. DOP.RI9. CORNELIUS At DORRIS. CHEAP FUMITURE DEPOT. NO. 20, COLLEGE STREET, Nashville, Tennessee. r pil E suosenbers have now in store and fe.jff-N'fl ..ui llll ust M1IHDUI VXilJll A V IV NITURE, CHAIRS, CLOCKS, GIRANDOLES, SPRING. HAIR, MOSS, COTTON and SHUCK MATTRASSES r Our stock at present consists in part of . Rose Wood and Mahogany Parlor Setts: do do do do Chamber du; Oak do do; Enameled Cottage do do; Mahogany, Walnut, Rose Wood, Cherry, Elm and Poplar Bedsteads, of all kinds; Breakfast, Desert and DiningTables; Walnut, Oak and MahoganyExtension Tables; Wire and Tin Safes. Rose Wood, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop lar Wash Stands; Hat Racks, Towel Racks, Centre Tables, Kcckinz Chairs, of everv varietv Whnt v,.to r.n assortment of all kinds of CABINET FOR- kinds. Rose Wood, Maliogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop lar Wardrobes. r " indsor, Spindle, Scollop, and Scroll Tops; Wood Seat Chairs; Every variety ol Cane Seat Chairs; u uu nusn ao; do do Straw do; Split Bottom Chairs; Bamboo Chairs cfall kinds Willow Wagons and Chairs. ' Clocks! Clocks !! 9y Our stock or CLOCKS is large, and consists or al UuSa must every variety. Wiriunteu t kew oood Tuie. V'e respectfully invite the public fo give us a call, 03 we are determined to sell as low as any house in the citv. Ev ery article sold by us will be warranted to be made and fin. Ubcd in the best manner. r ViP.?.St.ili5i?Jnufaclu,rin MRNITURK and all kinds of MATTRASSES, to order. OLD FURNITURE REPAIRED and VARNISHED at the shortest notice. Wo takrt great painsin packing Furniture forthe country and for shipment. 7Tllt1r ol? n. iS? Our UxnE:iTAKi.Q Depabiuext will re ceive our strictest attention, will be personally bticimcu M L tiuc Ol ine urin. V?f We have the sole Agency fot the sale of "FISK'S METALIC BURIAL CASES.""in Middle Tennessee, and are prepared to furnish Undertakers and others on favora ble terms. CORNELIUS A DORRIS. julr-Sl-lf No. 16 College street. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE 1 1 rr"IJjSOUTU NASHVILLE FURSITOREMANUFAC JL TURING COMPANY have now on hand an increased sleek of home-made Furniture, and with their incrensed stock of material to maku Furniture will be able to keep a good assortment of Furniture for the Nashville Marketf Purchasers will find it to their interest to give them a call at the Depot No. Si North Market street, or nt the ractory Buildings, College street. College Hill. . t R- 11. GROOMES, Pres't. vv ii. L. Nance. Secretary. R.H.A BENJ. GROOMES keep constantly on hand good Hearses and horses, aud are prepared to do the un dertaking business in all of its various branches, at all hours, at their old stand. South Markot street. No. 110. Beiij. Groomes will give his entire attention to tie same aug2!i 3m. J. II. CURREY, CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER. BEGS LEAVE to inform his friends and the ujj pHbhc generally, thai he keeps constantly 5S3 on hand Codins of everv description, from the plainest servants to the fine MeUhc air-tight and air-exhausted Cof fins, the best now in use for preserving the Corns; together with good Hearses and Horses, and everythmj necessary tor burials. J All orders ieft al mv ware-room, No. 51 Cooper's Buiidicg, Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both dav or "g"'- mrSl-tf J. H. CURREY. uu. .1. v. mtw 0 .FFICE No. 0, Cherry street, opposite Judge Catron's and next door to Dr. It. W. Hall. !!..;. lor, u MoibL laaaa ir. PASHIOiVAJJLE CLOTHING. NEW FIRM. MILIUS A- WOLF, Nos. 12 & 54 Cornerof MarkctStroetand Public Square, And No. 44 Market St. TT7M. MILIUS, of the firm of MrLics & Baos., Wholesale Manufactuiers of Clothing, Cincinnati, has associat ed himself vtithE. WOLF, for the purpose of conducting a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHING BUSINESS io Nashville. The attention of Country Merchants and Traders generally is respectfully solicited to the large and f:ishionable stock now in store. We flatter ourselves that we will be able to compote in price and quality with any house engaged in this business, either here or elsewhere Our goods are manufactured expressly for us in Cincin nati, and the material is purchased direct from the impor ters for manufacturers. All we ask is an examination or the prices and qualit v of our goods. (sept21J MILIUS A WOLF HUGH L. TINLEY, H OF KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. A I MI some years experience in the Transportation 01 Goods through Tennessee and Alabama and JOHN HERRON, OF CHARLESTON S. C, Who has an experience ot so years in the commerce of Charleston, the last seven or the time spent in the Receiv ing and Forwarding Department of too South Carolina Railroad Company rewecifullv offer their services as GENERAL AGENTS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS tor the receiving and forwarding of all Goods, Wares, Mer chandizeaud Machinery through Charleston. ALSO For the sale or all kinds ot East Tennessee and South ern PRODUCE, viz: Flour, Corn, Bacun, Wd, Tobacco, Cotton, Rice, Wheat, Oats, l.ye, Feathers, Butter, Egg, Ac,, Ac We are not now, nor do we intend to be, buring the con continuance ot our bu-iiuess, either directly or indirectly engaged in anv speculations whatever, therefore intend to deroie our PERSONAL attention to the very best interests or our customors, relying solely upon our energy and promptness to sustain us, tod hoping by unremitting care and attention to merit and receive a share or public pa tronage. Ofiico and Warehouse on Atlantic Wharf, three buildings east or PostoSice and Custom House We beg leave to refer to the following gentlemen: N. (iammon A Son, Craighead & Deaderick. and mer chants generally, Knoxville, Tenn. Q. A. Tipton. Railroad Agent, and merchants generally Loudon, leun J TeunenChA ElP3' alHlJ' J" Br7Panl' rliat(noga, W. B. A. Ramsey, Secretary of Stale; A. R. Crozivr Comptroller ot Trensnrv mil M l C.r.... v..i..ii.. , . , . .... ,i,,nu, ..nan t nir, R. B. Norn ell. lluntsville, Ala. C L. King, Decatur, AI.i. J. R. Love A Co., Whitesburg, Ala. M.L. Swan, Bellfont, Ala. P. I). Gates, 14 Broadwav, New York. John Caldwell, President 'of South Carolina Railroad. Thomas Wairing, Auditor ofSouth Carolina Railroad. John King, Agantof Routh Carolina Railroad. Hyatt, McBiirnevACo., J. X.kh. Bowie A Co.,Charles '""' c- Sept. It!. tf. fTAO COUNTRY MERCHANTSWe have a A large and well assorted Stock of Fancy Goods which we will sell by the Piece, at asmalladvanceon eastern cost for caMi; or on short lime. STEVENSON A WHITE mar28'54 59i College St III1CI), DEER, AND DUCJf GUNS. K iitrvMAri A LLLIis have just received a iaie lissonmeni airect irom tne maKers Skt&J in England DISSOLUTION. B mutual consent the partnership heretofore existing between Nichol, I'eacock A Co., in Ihe Grocery and Commission business, is this day dissolved, Mr. John F. San derson retiring from the concern. The business will hereafter be conducted br Charles M. Nichol judJames I'eacock, under Ihe stvle of Nichol A Pea cock, who alone are rested with full power to collect and pay debts due to and Imm the late firm. CH AS. M. NICHOL, JAMES PEACOCK," aug 22, "54. JOHN F. SANDERSON. CLOVER SEED 15 barrels Pennsylvania Clover j Beea tor sale to ainveper Amencus by mar2g W. H. GORDON A CO. WALL PAPER. ON HAND, a fine assortment of Wall Paper of the latest and most fashionable styles, for Parlors, Hails, Dinia2 Rooms. Ac. at KLAGAH AGUKUbi. Nashville Wall Paner Store. No. 20 Collecest. N. B. Paper Hangingpromptly attended to, warranted uoue is we owl manner. augzu, INSURANCES. THE UNITED FIREMEN'S Insurance Company of Nash, ville. Capital $1009000, Chartered by the State. This Company is now in success- tul operation, aud is prepared to jpSg&fcX take on Buildings, Goods, Sx&A vaO and Wares and Merchandize, against. LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. Also, on Goods, Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes gen erally, against the Seas, Rivers, and Island TrasSpokta tion. upon as favorable terms as any OBico in the City. Ofiico No. 25,ton College street, opposite the Scwanee House. JO EDWARDS, President. Jons S. DASHiiLt, Secretary. mylS tf PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASH VILLE, CAPITAL $100,000. THE COMPANY being fully organized under Its Char ter, granted by the LegisGiture of Tennessee, is now prepared to issue Policies against loss or damage by Firo on Buildings, Goods, Wares, and Merchandise generally. ALSO. On shipments against loss or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favorabl terms. "Life and Negro Policies granted at current ratei. . 5 13?" Office No. 31 Public Square, np'staira over W.T.' Berry & Co.'s Book Store. . , DIKEOTORS. . ' 'I Samuel Soar, K. J. Morrii, "- lu H. Lanle'r, D. D. Dickey. L. A. Lanier, J. F. Demnvtlle, C. M. Nichol, W. II. Gordon, Hu. Douglas, H. R. Mom's, n. S. French, R. N. Williams, P. W.Maxey, T. O. Harris, A. J. Duncan. SAMUEL SEAY. President. Isaac LrrTOK-, Secretary. bws my7 tf. TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM P ANY CAPITAL $150,000. OFFICE OVER Di'ER PEARL & v O'S. EXCHANGE OFFICE. They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de scription against fire; on Steamboats' and Cargo against fire and the risk of the nver; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN M, HILL, President. Joseph Vaclx, Secrefarv. Directors. Alex Allison, John M Hill, F B Fogg, G M Fogg, James Correy, Jno M Bass, Joseph Woods, Samue Seay, Matthew Watson, J J White, Jacob McGavocfc. janl THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. OFFICE over Sheapard A Go's. Excha Office, wl insure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, At, Ac, against Loss or Damage by Fire; Steamboats on any of Ihe Western waters against th'e Haxards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for tt single year, for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans mitted per mail. All 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 the amount of Pre miums which they may pay. M. S. PILCHER, President, J. B. J 011NSON, Vice President. C. J. F. Wiiastos, Secretary. janl NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL $100,000. (ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.) THIS COMPANY being fully organized, according to Charter, is prepared to writ Policies against LOSS or DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings Goods, Wares and Merchandise generally. Also, on shipment against loss or damago by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favorable terms. Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates. Omcr No. 30, corner of Square and Cedar streeL DIRKCTOUS. ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY, ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JAMES WOODS. JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN, HENRY HART, Jr., R, C. McNAIRV, THOS. W. LVANS, HUGH McOREA, WESLEY GREENFIELD ALEXANDER FALL, President. Jaiies Walker, Secretary. Nashville, April SO. b w o STOP THE RASCAL ! TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD, for a man who calls himself Orival Evrktte, who came to my house in February last, and set in to work for me, and remained with me until last Saturday evening; he then took my horse, saddle, bridle and blanket, and made his escape, and has not been heard of since. He is a small uiau, of rather yellow complexion; about five feet six inches high ; he is a thin visagad man, with a yellowish haxel eye, and u tolera ble large nose ; his hair is' straight and black, with some few gray hairs ; he says that he is 25 years old ; he is a mild spoken man with" but few words ; he said that he was taised in East Tennessee, and his father lives in Roane county, East Tennessee. The horse that he carried away was a young bay horse, two years old; about fifteen and ii half hands high, with a bald face, and hind feet white a lit tle above the quarter joiuts ; he has a black main and tail, and is rather a brown bay ; he is of the Tom Hall pacing stock, and can pace very Hell ; he is unaltered, and shod before when he lelt. 1 will give the above reward to anv person who will bring me the man and the horse, or either of them, or se cure either of them, and give me information no that I can get them. S. J. KITrRELL. Lebanon, Wilson county, Tenn. jyO: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 Savannah, at the prices affixed to each article: Cotton, per bale of 500 lbs. or less il 25, sudSictjnts for 100 lbs. for excess of over 5w lbs. Tobacco, hhds., per 100 lbs, goc. Pork iu bbls., " $1 00 Bagging and Rope, " f 1 00 11. I. ANDERSON, tSup't july4 tt Supt. Transportation. S30O-EIGHT YEARS' CREDIT, IVITH OUT INTEREST. I HAY E a U"use and Ix)t on Vine street, just beyond Demumbrane, renting for ti.5o per month, which I will sell for fiOOcash, and $10 to be paid the first day of every month for 8 years. R. A. BALLOWE, sept22 Gen'l Agent, No. 17 Deaderick st. THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. R AN AWAY from the subcriberaboutthe 2otli .Aueust, two negroes. JOE HALL and JIM UURRIS. Joe is a black negro, about 2t vears old. G foet 1 inch high, very stout but not Heshv. weiirhs about ISO lbs. has a scar on one of his cheek bones, caused by a burn, can read and write. Jim is a copper colored negro with a peculiar yellowness about the eyes, about SO vears old, 5 feet 9 inches high and weighs about 175 lbs. They have a large amount ot money wiih them, in notes ot the "Bank of Tennessee." They are both keen, shrewd negroes, and possibly have forged free papers with them. I tatsalo probable that they may be travelling under the con trol and guidance of a white man, Tbe aboe reward will be given tor their apprehension and delivery to me, or to the Jail or Nashville. M BELL. Good Spring Post Office, Williamson Count) Tennessee sep5 tf. ADAMS A FROST, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Adcer's North Wharf, CHARLESTON, SOU'WI CAROLINA, OFFER their services to the Planters and Merchants of Tennessee for the sale of Cotton, Tobacco, Corn, Ba con nnd othei- produce, and beg leave to refer to the follow, ing guntleinen of Nashville : V. K. Strvkssoic, I JohssoxA Weaver. N.E. AllowayA Co., ( J. A. McAllister A Co., S. P. Allisox. uue!4 tf. MANTILLAS AND EMDROIDERIES. A beautiful assortment or Mantillas, Crapo Shawls and Embroideries, w bich we are offering very cheap for cash. apr2rt THURSTON A BERNARD. SELLING AT COST WALKING CANES, MEER CHAUM PIPES, Ac. We are selling the balance of our stock of the above articles at cost, to close out. Any one in want of them would do well tocjll at ap7 LYONS A GO'S, IP Cedar Si. HERD'S GRASS SEED. FIFTY BUSHELS just ree'd and for sale bv sept29 EWIN BROTHERS. FURNISHING GOODS. A VTE are now opening our Fall and Winter Stock of j t rurniMiinguoous. It consists ot cverytning new and elegant iu ourline. We respectfullv ask all to give us all. taugSO MYERS A McGILL. A. B. ROBERTSON. No. 45, Collnge Street. Na.hville, Tennessee. WHOLE LALE AND RETAIL DtALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND TRUNKS! I AM now receiving direct from the most apnroved Eastern Manufactories tbe largest, best, and most complete stocks of the above articles that I have ever or. fered, adapted to tho Fall trade, to which I invite the at tention of purchasers. Finding it impracticable to quit the trade, as 1 proposed to do last Spring, 1 have re-entered with a large assortment, determined to give good bargains. aug26 tr. A. B. RUBERTSON, FURNITURE I MATTRESSKS I ! PIANOS ! ! ! JUST received a fine assortrceHt or Bed- ffiBsSpKjSSsa steads, Bureaus, Wire and Tin Safes, CjjHSSS Sofas. Sofa Beds, Breakfast, Dining, On.5 tre, Side, and Work Tables, extension Table-, Ac. A large ot of Wardrobes, Chairs, of all kinds. Window Shades, Clocks, an assortment or L. Gilbert's eatire Iron-framed Pianos, Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Ac. Maltreises, Shuck, Moss, Cotton, and Curled Hair Spring Mattresses, kept on hand and made to order, and wamanted. Now ls the time for those wanting any articles in my line to buy cheap for Cash, or approved paper I. H. MORTON, jy!2 tf 45 Union street. MEKGHAiNDlZE. j DRESS GOODS. No. O Union Street. i TT7"E are now offering' a new and beautiful assortment ( V of Dress Goods, unsurpassed in the market, consist 1 ing of Plain, Black, Plaid, Sinned and Brocade Silks, Chal 1 leys in plain colors. Plaid and Printed Barrages, Printed I Jaconet Muslin and Lawns together with a general assort- roentof Staplo Goods, Hosierv, Parasols, Twisted Silk 1 Mitts, &c ap2(i THURSTON A BERNARD. "Vt"EW GOODS. We are daily receiving from the I IS Eastern Cities a very large and desirable stock of Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, of the very latest and hand I somest styles, which we will sell at very low prices. Our buyer, Mr. L. D. Stevenson, has been tn New York all of mc spring and made arrangements which will enable us to show our customers something new every day, and we feel confident that the assortment which we keep is by far the most extensive and the cheapest to be found in the city, and we cordially invite you to call upon us and see if n e are able to realize the expectations held out. STEVENSON & WHITE, mar2S 'ot , College St LADIES' DRESS GOODS'. Plaid and striped Silks, Brocade Silks, Plaid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra oualitr. Plaid Plain and Figured Berages, Berage Robes flounced. Misses Berate Robes. Jaconet Robes, flounced, Embroidered Muslin Robes nounced, French Lawns and Muslins great variety. Dotted Swiss, and figured Muslins, Organdie Muslins, French Chintzes, English Chintzes and Ginghams, Linen Cambrics in great varieties, Sunshades and Parasols, A.grcat variety of Fans. . STEVENSON & WHITE, 59. College SL mar23 EMBROIDERIES. Tbe most varied, choice and beautiful assortment of Embroideries, we have ever exhibited, consisting of Elegant Collars, Sleeves, Chemisettes, Collarettes and Sleeves in Setts, Maltese Honiton Valencienne Plait Lace, and Cambric Col lars and Sleeves, Flouncings and Bands In Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, Scotch work Insertings and Edgings in nsw designs. Lace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Honiton Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laoes, Ac., Ac. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar25 59. College Si. A TANTILI.AS. We have a large and handsome as l'JL sortment of Mantillas; embracing all the novelties of the season, consisting or Embroidered Applicaand Lace trimmed Mantillas, Embroidered Muslin Mantillas, Crape Shawls aad Lace Scarfs. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59. College- St, ( ENT'S VARIETY GOODS. BlacK and fancy j rrencu uiotns anu uassimeres; French Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Vesting, Marseilles Yestings, French Drab de Ete3, Patent Shirts witn French Bosoms, Merino Under Shirts, Lisle Thread and Raw Silk do. Linen and Cotton Drawers, Linen Collars, British and German half hoisery. Summer Cravats, Embroidered Ties, Fancy Silk Cravats, black do, superfine quality, Plain and colored Handkerchiefs, Silk handkerchiefs; Silk Suspenders, Alexander's Kid Gloves, Silk do., Thread Gloves, Linen do, Ac. Silkand Gingham Umbrellas. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 . 59, College St, HOUSE KEEPING GOODS Rich Satin Da mask. Embroidered Muslins Curtains, Lace Curtains, Cotton Damasks, 10-4, 11-4 Linen and Cotton Sheeting, Pillow Case Linens, Ac. Ac, Linen Table Napkins, Fruit do, 15 dozen colored Border Damask Towels, White and Colored Marseilles Quilts, GiltComicei d, Pins and Bands, Cords, Tassels, Gimps, Fringes. Curtains, Drops; &c, Ac. STEVENSON A WHITE, mar23 59, College St. 1854:9 FALL AND WINTER GOODS. LAM8E & ELSBACH, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN HEADY MADE CLOTHING, WE hare tbe pleasure of informing our friends and the public gensi ally that we are now in receipt of the largest and most complete Stock ol Clothing ever brought to this city. Every garment was selected in presence of the junior member of the firm in the Eastern cities, who paid particularattentiou, not only to the material but to its superior manufacture, cut and shape. Residents of this city and those visiting here may be assured that they can be suited in price, quality and superior nt. COUNTRY MERCHANTS Willplease look through our stock beforebnyiagelsewhere, as we purchased our goods at the very lowest figures, and are determined to sell for CASH or to PROMPT CUS TOMERS at a very smalladvance, and thusroakeittotheir iuterest to buy of us. Our motto U "Quick Salts and Small Profits.' We have also received a large Stock of Gentlemen's furnishing goods such as Shirts, 'Kerchiefs, Stocks, Ac We also inform our friends and the public that we have on hand a very large assorted stock of tha latest styles of Silk, Fur, Cashmere, Brush, and Beaver Hats; also chil dren's Fancy Hats and Caps; unsurpassed ia quality, style and lowness ol price. LANDE A ELSBACH, llat and Cap Manufacturers, augSl Nos. 43 and 50 Market street. W. 'At. DOUGLAS & CO., No. 54 Public Sqcare, Nashville, Texx. DEALERS AT WHOLESALE IN Foreign and Domestic BUY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, ROOTS, SHOES, BRO GANS, LMBRELLAS, Ac WE have in Store, and are now arranging for sale, tho most extensive and the cheapest Stock of New and Desirable Goods adapted to Fall and Winter Sales, ever offered by any House in the trade of Nashville. We are anxious to sell where payment is certain, and will make prices and tern-s entirely satisfactory. We will pui-chase Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, and Wool, and barter for Linsey, Jeans and Socks at their highest market value. U. A. B. DOUGLAS A CO. aa-,-21 S10 B w o "rTIiTbrockway, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer la Clothing, No. 71, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. - TY Stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ia iii now complete, embracing every style and quality to be found in any Northern or Eastern Market. gp Country .Mercuants win una ti mucn to tneir inter est to call and examme my STOCK. I will guarantee as regards prices, to duplicate any Bill purchased on the usu al torms, 111 Philadelphia, New York or Boston. I manu r.tclure all my CLO'IHING; therefore, the Country Mer chant making his purchases of me is buying of first hands and of course is paving the first profit made thereon. While ou the other Land should he make his purchases of CLOTHING manufactured in the East, in this, or any other Western or Southern market, I leave for him tojudge whether be is paying the second or third profit upon this articleor Eastern manufacture. HT" A moments reflection will doubtless convince all, R. IL BROCKWAY. XIashnlle, August 22, 1S54. tC DYE A- BARNES, WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION MERCHA'NTS. CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND REYNOLDS STS., ALOC3TA, tA. J57Liberal cash advances made on Consignments of Cot ton md other produce. Bzrxtt TO Hon. John P.King, 1 Lnaries J. JenKms, " Andrew J. Jliller, " William Schlev. B. II. Warren, Esq., I Augusta, Ga. T. !. iletcalt, i.oq., Messrs. T. Richards A Son " Banett A Carter, " I). B. Plum A Co , J. J. Howard, Esq., Cartersville, Ga. Messrs. GrenviL'e A Sample, Chattanooga, Tenn. Dr. Paul. F. Eve, Nashville, Tenn. aug4 twCra NEGROES l'Olt SALE. -TTT, hive TWENTY-ONE LIKELY YOUNG NE' V GR01,iust ftom thecountrv. low tor cash. Also alikelvGirl,15yearsold, which we will sell on a credit of j fjurmontas isepti; DABBS A PORTER. SHIRTS. Received this day, a large assortment o SHIRTS, French wove and Linen Bosoms. We in rite ail to examine our stock, and warrant every shirt we tell iseptVJ MYERS A McGILL. TTERE'S THAT TOIt ACCOl 50 boxes Lane JLJLhoru A Armstead's celebrated Chewing Tobacco, i eceiveu per tiaiiroaa and lor sale by sjptl4. McCREA A TERRASS. TRON AXLES. aw fcettfmm 1 to 3K inches tor . . . . . i nintiri i LTLOUR. 100 bbls Logan Mills for sale by r septl4 McCREA A TERRASS. A: EE. 50 bbls Ale in store and for sale br "XTACKRELL. 100 bbls Nos. 1, 2, and 3, in store XtJ.ana.ior saie oy aicutito. a. ir.tvn.A CARDS. J. A. DEERT. TV. B. BEERY. K. E. DEERTV DEERY BROTHERS, AXIS0NTA MANUFACTURING COMPANY' Office jVo. 194 Public Smart, Xashville, Tennessee may22 twly. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WliTES' Ac. DAVIS & SWANN. AUCTION- Jb COMMISSION MERCHANTS, nuicsaie ueaiersin Groceries, lVincs, Liquors, die,, Ac. no. 73. sast-sidb public square. NASHVILLE, TENN. HAVE IN STORE by recent arrivals, and which they " ""7 ,u ai uio luweai puces, 10 wiu 875 hhds Sugar, of every grade from very tine to all 650 bags Rio Coffee; 200 barrels Plantation Molasses; 50 half bbls do Molasses; 56 bbls Crushed and Povdered Sugar; 50 do Loaf Sugar, No. 1 to No. 6. 850 boxes Vinrinia and Kentucky Tohorm- With almost every other article in the Grocery and Li quor line to meet the demands of country and city buyers, which they are determined to sell as low as any house in Middle Tennessee. They have also to amve, 20,000 docks line osii, wnicn. wiu De soiu in lots on tbe Whirl to Suit purchasers, at a small tritlo advanced on cost. Country Merchants and others visiting this city to buy Goods in our line, would do well to give cia. call before During euewnere, DAVIS A SWANN, feb2g a Not??.PnbliejSqnare. x. A- noaxx, s.s. willums, jno. a. risuas. JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GE0CER3, Cammiaicra and Forwarding Merchants, and Storers of cotton and Tobacco. Tner qf Xjrktt and Jiroad SU., AathrtUe. Tmn. iuIrS.lS5S. PICKETT. MACMORDO & CO., RANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS , X ir oj:laa's. "YaTM. S. PICKETT flate of the firm ofPICKETT. PER. Y V KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav- 5 ikuuviaKu lueuiseives iu uusuiesa, win conuuci a liuuking aud General CommisMon Busiucs, in this City, under firm of Pickett, Macucrdo A Co. Particular attention paid to the sale o f Cotton, and to the shipment ofSupplies and Merchandise generally. uoS y21 L. H. SIMPSON & SONS, IHPOKTIR3 Or Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Clinmpaigncs, &c, NO. IJ, BA VIt STET, A'A'H' YORK. And Ret la Bastipc. Bordeaux. mayl6 ly. rTf7bell " Wholesale andiRetail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and Comminion Merchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23. R. II. ERASER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, NO. 13 CAB0XDELKT STREET, New Orleans. REFER TO: Gov. A. V. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; Col.T. II. McNeill Coahoma county, Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena. Ark;, S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co., Pulaski, Term.; Jas. C. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala. octa ly. CARTER, THOMAS & HOUGH'S UNITED STATES HAIL LINES OF 3r SPLENDID FOUR HORSE COACHES. FOR JACKSON AND MEMPHIS, VIA COLUMBIA, LEXINGTON AND WAYNESBORO. One Hundred miles Turnpike and the balance a beautiful High Ridge Road. T EAVES Nashville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- I . .1 . r ' 1 - 1 . I 1 . It 1 j uuva ab u ciovk, 1 . 1. ppiy ai urutnu oiuge 1 Ottice. jeSO tt G. II. SLAUGHTER, Agent, A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED offers his VALUABLE FARM, situated in the county of Madison, 10 miles north-east from Jackson, and some 4 miles east of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, the same distance from Spring Creek, and contains about 700 acres. Said Farm has been long esteemed one of the very best in the county, and is located in a healthy section, entirely exempt from the visitation of Cholera. There are 250 acres cleared land, and a comfortable DWELLING HOUSE a commodious GIN HOUSE and good COTTON PRESS an excellent STABLE, and other necessary out houses. The said Farm has a most fertile and produetivcsoil, admirably adapted for the cultivation of Cotton, aI could be made one of the best sock-farms in West Tennessee. being well watered with fire never -failing Springs, and a beauutui creec. Anv person desirous of purchasing, is invited to examine the premises and Ieani of the subscriber other particulars jy2 emtnwAw TO MAKE YOUR HAIR CURL ! WONDER OF THE WORLD!! THE gieat wonder ot the World has at length been dis covered. Yon cannot make one hair wnite or black, but Mr. Byron il. Robb has at length procured the truth of the great secret after much study, toil and expense, bow to make the hair curl and wave in the most beautiful and graceful manner for life. The proprietor has traveled through various parts of Europe for upwards of nine years, in search of the celebrated chemist and physiologist, M. J amies, and has at length found him in Italy, and purchased of him the receipt for the sum ot (3,C00. A!l persons bar. ing the most uncouth and coarse looking hair can have it rans ionnea into me most oeauuiui ana curling appear ance that could be desired. The composition of which the article is composed, will not cost more than 50 cents, and but one application is needed to the hair to cause it to curl and wave in the most uniform and perfect order for life, and thus improve the looks and appearance one hundred per cent. We now offer this wonderful discovery to the world, forthesumof $1. Direct all letters to BVRON I1.ROBB, Farmington, Trambull, county, Ohio, and the receipt will be torwarded immediately to tne person. All loiters must be post-paid to secure attention. septl3;dw3ui A. GAIiDELLE. LOCI3 DELAIOLE. GARDELLE & DELAIGLE, FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ACCOMMODATION WHARF, Charleston', S. C. LIBERAL advances made en Consignments of Produce. Prompt attention paid to Receiving and Forwarding Goods. REriBXKCEs: Bustin A Walker. Douehtv A L'ealL Au gusta ; J. Eraser A Co., Charleston. fauglS im. NEW BRUNSWICK RUBBER COMPANY WAREHOUSE lOOUBERTT AND 105 CEDAR STREET, NEW T0RK7. MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS in all kinds of Rubber Goods, made under Charles Goodyear's Patent, consisting of Men's, Women's, Misses and Children's Metalic Boots and Shoes, Coats, Cloaks, Overalls, Combs, Stay and Dress Bone, Dolls, Doll Heads, uara, toys, vtnips, teeming Kings, syringes, ureasi f uinps, c, ac The above Company would solicit a call from their friends nnd thepublic before purchasing. jyjj em juiisu.i m.iu. i-res. " LADIES BONN ET BOX ES OPENED (direct rrom Philadelphia,) another lot of No. 1 Bonnet Boxes. Single and double top Sole-Leath er roho Traveling trunks, very superior. BUcE, Kusset and Sole-Leather Trunks, all sizes with covers. Ladies Trunks (with Bonnet Boxes inside.) augSl KAllAUb s uuuitun, 4'j college si. RAGS! RAGS!! RAGS!!! 500,000 PouniLs of Rags Wanted. TWILL pay 3 cents per pound, cash, for all the Cotton, Linen. Flax. Hemo and Tow Ratrs of all colours, that are delivered at my Paper and Rag Warehouse at the North east corner of the Public Square. Merchants, fedlars and all tne rest ol msBKinu are soli cited to gather and send me all they can get. may? tt . r. vt u 1 1 i-.ji A . . FRESH ARRIVALS. JUST received per New Orleans, Cincinnati and Pitts burg steamers, the following articles, which we are of fering low for cash. Country Merchants and dealeis ceue- jally will do well to call and examine for themselves: 750 Dags prime uio uonee; do uoz urooins; 50 do Laguyra do; 1,000 kegs Pure Lead; 200 bbls pnme N O Molasses;X do No 1 do; 150Kbi' do do; 150 casks best English Soda; 150 bndsSugars, all grades; 20 bags Race Ginger; Loaf Crushed and Powdered Sugars, an assortment; 25 bags Pepper; It) chests Teas, assorted; 15 do Spice; 50 bbls Soda Crackers; lOtiercesfresh Rice; 50 do Butter do; 100 boxes M Raisins; Cotton Yarns: assorted; 50 boxes Cod Fish; 2 gross Wash Boards; 20 do Herring; 15 nests Tubs; 20 bbls Mackerel; 5 casks Brandy, 100 kits, assorted numbers; S do Signette Brandy; 10 cases fresh Sardines; 3 do do; 25 boxes Picklas, assorted; 5 do Madeira Wine; 5 bbls Brimstone; 5 do Sherry do; 10 do Alum; 10 do Port do; 290 bags fine Salt; 25 bbls S M Wine; 1 0 Demijohns, ass'd sixes; 40 S bbls S M Wine; 10 frails Almonds; 25 bbls Holland Gin; 100,000 Cigars, var brands; 50 do American Brandy; 800 boxes prime Cheese; 50 do Old Bour Whisky; 60 do Quart Flasks; 50 do Old Monong do; 160 do Pint do; 25 do Old Rye do; 50 do Fluted Tumblers, as,-200 do Rectified do; 200 kegs sans, assorted; -ix oo uio reacn uranoy; 50 boxes fine Tobacco, as-500 reams Crown, Medium, sorted brands, and D. C. Paper, 100 and boxes Raisins, Together with all other articles usually kept in our line. Call at NICHOL A PEACOCK, aug24. Corner of Church and Market st WOODES WARE, Ac. SUNDRIES JUST "RECEIVED. CEDAR Buckets, Pails, Tubs, Piggings. Ac: Well Buckets, Half Bushel Measures; Butter Tubs, Rice Boxes, Sugar Boxes, A04 Bread Trays. Baskets, children's Cane Chairs; Cocoa Nut Dippers, Grass Mats, Mannilla do.; Churns, Cradles, Floor Mops, Ac Just received at the Variety and House Furnishing Store of augSOJ MORRISON A CO. MEECHATCDIZ.E FALL. IMPORTATIONS T- "r. r. .7r. . . Z,x07ct"m "Jwil have in store by Ihe middle of August .mr ent.re stock of . u- ulA1 P WINTER DRY G00D3, to which w. invite the careful atUation of Merchant gen erally. We particnbrlr invite those buring for cash or 1 j short time to vxamino oar stock and prices. Our success in conducting a business on the KpT CASH AND SHORT TIME PROMPT PAY SYSTEM, sti&k ua that it is entirely practicable, aad that there is a large cliM of buyers, who, closely studying thea best interesta,are now acting upon that system. Cash ad short Tiucsales enable as to keep oar means in rapid use, and thereby greatly to reduce tbe profits r tnired: o sustain a business predicated -n long credits. .in addition to- our purchase, we wilt have a large let of Goods on consignment, embracing various brands of Cot ton Varns, and over .00 bales BROWN DOMESTICS, Drillings, Ac, of all grades and prices. These go"i aro oflered freely to tho t-sdo in general, regardless of whether ollttr jfoodt aro bought or not. 'XHk DUNCAN, MORGANA CO. j A" kinds of Barter taken m exchange for goods, or sold for customers without cliarge. GARDNER, SWf HTRO&CiX tVIIOLEsALK DEALERS IN SHOS, MATS AND STRAW GOODS. NO. 50 PUBLIC SOUASH NASUVTM.f rpHE attention of Merchants is ri-neHfu!lv inriUI tn JL our extensive Fall and Winter mppliesof tha above Goods, which are now arriving and will be complete br the 25th of August. r Our pirehases are made eielusirlr of manofactnran and we are determined 10 compete succawfullv in prices with New Yortaad PbUadetna jobbers. Oar ability to do this wiH not be denied by any madid man who w4I take the troubTe fo investi?&te th m&nr nn? mmmr. n- advantages with those of eastern houses. Our stock will be unusually large and varied, and buTftts may rely on 6a ding with us even-thing in our line adapted to the wants or the trade, at as low prices as can be found in this or any other market. UAKU.NEK, SHEPHERD A CO The usual prod uee oftbe cuantrr. Wvl. T-Vntier riin. sung, Aa, taken at the highest market value in exchange lurgvwus, or in payment 01 ileow. jy-J tf O. S. A CO. T) Til R PlfllT.Tf- WE areiww receiviag tbe largagt aad best selected stock of I'l r.T. AND wivrvp rfun.. ever offered in this market. We are otftrise extra faduce menu to all cash or punctual buyers, knowing that many Uersous will be indcuwiri h Tairplm. tW. .r..i. w hen they can gain an advaotage tberebr. ' We Imc imr inyul. mtilv fr..m ...,-! I 1 u j - " " .oif. mrac), nuicil enables ll.4 tnnEr hnrara rar otvm .1. of low prices, and mod stvtes i-i. Country MercaanM w(U find our stoek of Black and Klin.T Kill-H Phul P.iJinm..BJ II. J Tt .T. bons. andmamrfidMrft4inhL.MMaa .it.i ... .I.,..-. t err lutv iin.w Rich Plaid A Striped Silks; Super BbtfkSHks; Lace Cnrtais; Muslin Satin Laioea; Unioa Damaitkx, with TasMls, GiBpx A Conk Bonnet Kibbtm lnack A eorared Velre., spun - Muinee; French A EsgtislrMeriaos; Black Bombazines; Alapaccas; Rich Lace Habits A Sleerss; Spec Freaeb Ctetfes: uwnm; - ujtstsiere:: Muslin t?umw V.wJ., Muslin Habit A Sleeves; Lambs' Wool ShirtsH Emb d A col d linen Cam Ukr&MenBO " White A eol'il SitV TiiIIas llLuu.l iruru Jackonet A Swiss FIouaeisgKCrarats asd Scarts': White Goods, all kinds; Brwva Canton Flannels; fMttiaetts, all qualities; (Maes " alt qmlitHH; Prit, Giogbams, " jcaus Tueeds " Flannels " Plaid Linsevs " Bich d Sheetings, all aualities:Tabk I wii.coi n IWlIltDg, Bruwn Domestics " Super hed Blankets; 500 pairs- Negro idaokets. With many other article such as are Hy kept in "best class Dry Goods houses. We invite buyers to ex amine our stock and judge for themselves of the induce mentswe offer. W. A A J. G. McLELLAND. septs MetTOTwlitaa Store, JWjljtad 58 College St. POPULAR TRADE- SILKS FOR THE MILLION!!! PRICES TO SUIT THE SHOST CROPS. Thompson & Co., 21 PaMie Square. ARE now receiving their Fall and Winter Stock, most ot which has been selected sww the bite enormous Auction Sales in tbe Eastern citiea, and ther feel real grati hcation in being thus enabled to offer their Goods at prices to suit the present crisis. Cash buyers will be surprised at the induotmenis offered them to speed their money. SILKS. We have thelarzest and cheapest lot of Silks ever offered in this market We have all kinds and Mvles, varyiBir from titty cents to five or six dollars a yard. " Rich Plaid and Stripe Silks; " Moire Antique Black and Colors; " Satin Plaid aud Stripes; " Black Satin Plaid and Strip " all kmds cheap Silks: Wedding and Evening Dresses, splendid Rich plain r.! d Ssm. DAMAGED SILKS. A large lot of splendid Blaek grogniin Silks, that have been wet, but are not injured ia texture ar appearance. We are selling them at less than east, and are seMtajr them fast. WOOLLEN DRESS GOODS. Rkh Plaid Valencies; " Plaid and Striped Caohmoro i; " " ' De f niiiwi " Tartan Plaids, all nMRtM ' Beautiful Itobes de Chasaete far Ladiw; Geals; French Merriooes and CasinMrw, afctMB; Black Satin Faced Merrinoa; Super Super, Black Cajhu wu. LACK GOODS. MaihUum Surplice CoHars and Beeraj Heniton Laee Collarets; Maltese do; Valenciennes, Pktt aad Ealiali Thread Laws; Point Lace Cape; Point Uce IldtA; Real Utark Thraul Tuu. rk.. Great bargains in extra fine French Katb'd IJasa Cambric Hdkfs. CLOAKS AND SHAWLS. Tn fl fenr ilr.r th will luv. .. n . 1 1 1 . of Cloaks, Mantles and tif.e SfcawM. Bl.iXKEia mi Particular attention is nriuested to o w'steek rf Pfaanels aco tcuniker aiuiueuty double milled; " Welch do; i ' HnlklMMi.. a.l.n . . , - 1 ...... . ..,I...nI,1 iti) mtt i-ar invanus; Mens, Boy, and all kinds of servwrtg wear; Waekets, Ta ble Linens, Sheetisg, ete., We. 1KJSH LINENS. We rinnftl cdmL' Uu UlaKIp &ru. ijl. i : .i are cheaper ibas ever. FUHi! FURS! I fin Ika Km .1...- ..f' tl :t, . . i " " 1 " w. uvv.wr wiu opes weoMMi splen did assortment ot Fors ever udered iu tku eity all kind nod Irom every cfimate CURTAIN GOODS. Splendid Satia de Lasaes GermaH Detaasks; aH kinds of French Cotton Danasto. ; - HOSIERY"! HOSIERY r We have a cheaper and bettor wurlmat of Winter Hosiery, than weereronVed before. aii emus ot Kvooees and are rr-BHrnngs. sepo. THOaPSON A CO, No. 81. R, C. M'NAIRY & CO., No. 55 College tt, Nashville, lean, ARE now reeeiriag their FA LI. STOI K OP NEW GOOI S. to which tbey would respectfully invite the attention of the public. Embroideries. They have now opened for sale tbe handsomest and most varied assortment of Bib broideries ever bfoaght to iiaoh ville, from which the ladies would do well to select eir'r Their Silk Goods, Ribbons, TiimmiHRS, etc., Will surpass all previous displays. Carpets. In a few days tliey wilt reeetvearicii and extend ve sup ply of Carpets, selected ia the fcast by tfceir bayer ex pressly for this trade, and which they intend ti sell so cheap as to make it to the interest, of every on to buy of them. Their tek in this department will be flo.uoo. Also of every thing ia their line of business they will keep a constant supply of the beet quality at tbe lowest price. Desiring fo close their Summer atoek befere going into their New Store, they are selling below cost. Let all who desire good bargains give them a call. augl- tf STB18KLER, ELLIS & CO., Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, iYo. 67 Public Square, Xashrillr. HAVE received an extensive FALL and WINTER Stock of theabeve goods, which they offer to the trade on the ioost favorable terms. Their Stock will be found, at all times, as LARGE and COMPLKTE as any tn the place, and they respectfully solicit a caH from Met chants wishing goods ut the lowest market prico. Feathers, Wool, Linsey, At, taken in exchange fbrgoods and in payment of dues, at tbe kigiieet market valne augU .jK&ftta J . . 3M S. R. A,CO.