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VOL. XXV.
NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1854
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UNIQTL ATOAMERIGAg.
" OFFICE XO- II. DEADERICK. STREET.
PTT Ptfi.'fl.r A.U AJtE,ftlUA.a is mruisueu
Ui subscribers ut the following rates : Single copies, one
ye.ir in advance S 50; within the year300; at the end
' CteH-Or Ure, at one office, and upwards $2 00 per
i cow for one tear., umuaoi suuscnimn"iut"incu
, lw six month's at the foregoing rates. .
j- fH-VEi;ivl.Vij published every Tuesda, Thursday
iwdiUkinlar.atSjperannum inauvance;.uuu..pu ...
advanoe, $6.
rheDAll.Y is published at Eight Dol ars
flrf-THB MONEY IN ALL OASES TO ACCOMPAN1
sosoiuitions.3 . .
ston.HMeesofsubscripuonsmaybemadeby mall at our
.o'Julper will be sentout of tboStateunless the order is ac
dUUnndentoodthatno paperwill
Sntiiu.ed until all arrearges are paid, except at tie
iptMi oftho publishers.
. T SOU T II E It N
Commercial College,
AND
WRITING INSTITUTE.
THE brat term of this College will com
mence on MONDAY, Feb. 18, in the
.r.nn.l sn:icious room in Cooper's block.
mi 7;iumr ntnwt. fire doors above Deaderick.'
wieefhtrteof instruction in this institution will embrace
Hook-Keeping, Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic
ind Peuaianiip. .
Noiwpil will receive a diploma until he is thoroughly
mil'ined to discharge the duties of the accountant.
.SUii!W will be instructed in all the modern improved
tonus adopted by the best regulated bouses inifce country;
aiuong ithei k one which dispenses with the use of the Jour
nal, gieHtlv lessening the amount ol labor and liability to
err,' and another winch renders the use of the Cash book
I ml Journal sinfrHnoiH, and enables the book-keeper to
trftst bis personal acco mts daily, and his merchandise and
rash a often as may suit' his convenience.
This hitter form is more particularly designed for the use
id retail establishments. .....
They will be taught a simple process by which the mer
chant nay at all times ascertain the amount of his loss or
K.i'm, together with the quantity of goods on hand, without
Jming to the tedious process of taking an inventory.
Tdh luMiiHlioti will bo permanent, and has been estab
lished to meet the already importaut and growing com
Oiwcral interests of the city of Nashville and State of Ten
nessee, audit i designed to place it upon a basis inferior
tu wine in this country.
The importance, to erery business man, of a knowledge
of accounts, must be sulllcieatly obvious to all reflecting
finds.
To the man of wealth, it is important to enable him to
IBaattgc his affairs seienlilically, and without pecuniary loss
rud the lawyer is often called upon, in the discharge ol
' I is professional duties, to unravel the most intricate ac
counts, bnt to the young man who depends upon his own
resources far a livelihood, it is iuvaluable. Itgives bima
iw-tition whicli nothing else can.
" He holds the potot conlidential clerk in his employers,
t "moe.
in connection with this establishment is a department for
fhe benbiitoCteo-e who wish to take lessons in writing on
jv, whwe au elegant hand writing will be imparted to all
V ho place themselves under the care of the preceptor.
Papilscntering this institution are not limited to any
immfcerof lessons, but for a specified price may coutinue
t jy brinoh ttwy pursue unui tiiev are periecieu, reoumug
Lie iirivilegeot reviewing their lessons at any subsequent
I
'nod. free ofcharge
febll ly
I'OX A- l'OLUEMUS,
59 Broad Street, Corner Beaver, New-York,
(ifer for Silt the Julhwing Heavy Cotton Fabrics:
NEW-ENGLAND COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all
numbers. Uardandsoli;alsoull the various widths of
1 Miivass manufactured arthis establishment comprising ev
ry variety known to tue trad, and offered at the lowest
OKIIED STATES PILOT DUCK Woodberry and
Vaunt Vernon Extra. A lull assortment or this superior
one
WILLIKAKTIC COTTON DUCK-1C, IS, 0 and 22
B eh, a'l numbars, hard and soft. This fabric was awarded
tie highest l'remtum at xbe London World's Fair, also at
jiu- own Mate fair.
SHIP AND BEAR HARK DUCK Plain and twilled,
2,aauUc!urud by the Ureeu wood's Company, a superior ar
aJs for light sails, tents, awnings. Ac: also, Mount Ver
a -n Twillud Raveus. Howard Kavens. Pioneer and Phmuix
ti lls; tight Cuttou Itavens, plain 22 to 27 inch; Heavy, do.
1 COnON SAIL TWINE A full aswtmenL
TARPAULINS, HAMSfOCKS, STUFFS, &c.
PAPER FELTING :u to VI inch, made very heavy,
ixureasly for ilnrr tells.
CAR C0VE11ING Cotton Canvass, all widths, from SO
k 180 iHotiei", au-J nil -numbers, made expressly for cover
it x&Hd ixKriiD" ruilniaJ cars, is perfectly and jiermanently
.tar-proof, and more enduring than the car itself.
ENAMELLING CANVASS 30, 83, 40,45 and 50 inch
j!ihi aud twilled, in every variety.
BAGS AND EA3GING Ot every description. Seam
'na ilags. woven wlmle, all size, in bales ot too, 200 and
in; ctmibining strength, utility and cheapness, for grain
lid meal, are unsurpassed.
Also, heaw Cotton Sacking. 40 inch Canvass, 8 thread
7. arp and Filling, heavy twilled, do. do., 20, 22, 40, and
VOOL SACKS Woven whole all sizes, a new and desira
i article. teb2." '54 lyd.
SICK II ARIES WANTED.
rpilllKE FlKTHSof the deaths throughout the Union,
arm lnMron nmler live vearsotaie.
n ramedies iliat are hefviceable for adults are abso-
hi iy iBj hhh for ptieuts ol more tender years,
'fha CMldrea's Panacea of the GraafenbergCo'y
.LrAil hv an ai-iid Phvsiciau. who hss deroted his
wole life to the ntudy of the dieases of women and child-
" It lias been used in this city with the happiest eS'ec ts up
i.,w.u wh..urso!d. when the attendants upon the
dj iSterliave thought that life could not possibly be pre-
iTtavo received voluatarr certificates from parents whose
chttdrea have reeovered tien in me losi siage oi prosira
U,n, all oilier remedies having failed.
Lat evary Mother use the Children's Panacea!
1st. Wlieu the child is troubled with griping or flatu-
jc ICV.
2d. When there is looseness of the bowels, or where the
dinars is scanty, ot a bad color and smell.
iA Wiien. the child is attacked with .Measles, Convul-
t.,,w f:ii..Wa liitkuiuiii or Worms, this remedy is a cure.
Bt. til's will relieve tne anxious mind of the mother at
0I1 When the child starts in itssleep, and wakes sud
de ilwiili atixed orfiijhtened look.
A, uln there are worms this remedv is the most cer
tain coreererk-iowu. Let ii be resorted tu in all cases of
cb-tdrea'sdnfcia-M', particularly dunngthe second summer,
r a Hsu lUiiog.in- wlien iniuuiea wuu oous, as is nun
IB s ca- wuh hall iheohtldren of Nashville, and its value
....u luHt.iuMi tlinilled.
The Uneton berg .Med.cmesarft all prepared by Physicians
wtio bare bad i"ny eon. exieneuce. i uere is no uum-
1...- Hu..it fllMRl
ill everv cone wliere the Medicines are used according to
i!i'rctitM,&ud they tail lo do what is promised for them,
t ....it ........I- i.M,ij,t Im nfunil tin lnotiev.
Thev are lor Bale by all Druggists in this State, of
w!aui also uaay be had
The GKClanbsrg Manual of Health,
A oompeadious and familiar IrcatiM) on all diseases to
0 uhi riAHt in the Wet are liable.
Abu tur tlaATCiTjin HiiTRiauriox, Co.000 copies being
lir.itodIwthaHrtiriH.se. THE (iK.EFENUKllti AL.MA
kAC, tonr kou vu tt'-.
nnC Ageut 6shville.
' II. U. WIIITESI1IES,
OENERAL AUCTIONEER.
.Iaoksos, Tknskssee.
-rv wii.i. ull Ilnrsrs. Mules. Ind. and N'esnes upon
I 1. tUt.wt reasonable terms. He will also act as Agent
Ut. Ute tiii in of Negroes, and the sellingor renting of Land.
uler to tue oiuaeusoi jatiu", .
nir2.-,-!yw.
, J-ir,.iii.it wiiitn Tt-etli. Mcaltliv iuni!,
B' ln Suwt Kifflilli. All who are desirous ol obtaiu-
v. ...uvii'Kl.kllHAT TOOTH WASH.
vn.:. '1'.'!... .w.lxvunUiness'imauv meritorious qusl
ItS s thai it 1. is now become a standard favorite with the
CiJ.irtiK't ew V..rk. Philatlelpliiaand Ualtimore Denl-
,i ... ti.-.r tmmi most succcssfullv. and
.i H itirin"-laudations are award-
'at it. l"'lla"'-l and bieediuptms are immediately ben
tt ted bv ,s us.-, h-.mi.iu upon them is mild, wwthing
or.iellecuve ' !--ai.-.s tlie teeth m thoroughly that they
nr.msdvtorival pearl in wliuenes. and diffuse throngh-
t .numth meh iiielii:litliil Inclines- that the breath is
rr uteni tninety H. I dimfwts all those inipuri-
4i which lend lo prwduei" ei-a ; and. as a consequence,
w. en these txn relieved tlie teeth must alwais remain
nara onlv bv FRANCIS ZKItM AN. Dni-rgist and
RJ rmuA. Philadernhia. Hold whoieiale anl rel ail bv
W. F.;k,. Na.lmlle.
And by all DriiggUt, at only 25 Itwentj-tue, cn pi-r
in IXIITKE ' bV ItroCoflee lornale to arrive
rKU.wd,by " W. 11-GORDON A CO.
I a, tier
iaer.i 't.
i'lN; r.vri.u 100 itnrii.i
V rtt Teniiesw Wrappiup Paper, for sale bv
J ' . ln" ' 1 V. II. GORDON A CO.
" THE KNOW NOTHINGS
,t. crrvrrprsr FOR A FEW DAYS AT THE
VNlHNGTON HOTEL,
H.INE STREET, NORTH OF THE COURT HOUSE,
Franklin, i cmiwni
,rr.n :. nmn t'.ir the rec.-'ption ofvUitor. and
YVtta underiigned fioit.-r- himself he will be able to
il Ise H who may taror him with iheir patronage. The
S will be supplied with the very best the market affords
ot tl" horse will be fully supplied by a careful
Bmlee.ieud ''..iT mumklK-
Wits Utile encouragement 1 am detemined to make it
Proprietor.
ct .'4
T ADIES PINE IMCESS SHOES. Just opeued.
I ..t." t.ni.ji smiii Slippers.
L-. ltf r..u- new supply. For sale at the lowest
RAM AGE A CHURCH'S,
SUNDRIES.
R. STEWABT. . R. L. WEAKLET.
STEWART & WEAKLEY,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Herchants and Dealers
in Foreign and Domestic Liquors)
Jfo. 8 Urondway, Nushville, Teuness.ee.
simmiEs.
6,000 lbs Manola Cordage; 1,000 lbs1 Tared Cordage;
1000 lbs Gotten Cordage;
55 reels pacV Yarn;
oOO bags hue halt;
200 " coarse do;
25 hhds Sugar;
100 bags Hio Cofite;
10 bbls a.A Oil;
100 bb'.s leb'ld Molasses;
25 doi Com Brooms;
5 bags Pepper;
SO boxes 'o. 1 Soap;
100 bales Oakum:
500 lbs ass'd Twine;
25 bbls Itosin; .
25 bbls Pitch;
50 pigs Lead;
5 kegs bar do;
250 " ass'd Nails;
63 wrot Spikes:
10 " Scotcli Sunn;
10,000 Napoleon and Jenny Liud. Cigars;
'M boxes manuiactuteU Tobacco;
10 " Smoking Tobacco;
50 ' enmud JIustard and Pepper;
lOdozZinc Wash llnurds; ' '
200 assorted Dimajonff
5 chests best Imperial and Hlack Teas;
5 bbls crushed and powdered Sugar;
100 bbls Whisky, various brands; ' ' " '
25 bags old government Kio Colire: j
50 " ass'd Yams, from P. Wood's Factory;
10 kegs (folden Syrup;
20 boxes Summer Candles;
50 " Star do;
50dox Mason's Hlacking; ,
50 boxes half pint, 1 pint and 2 pint, Flasks;
-200 bags Maney's Table Sail;
ludigo", Jladder.Sodii, Wrapping Paper, Copperas, Arer
macilla, Maccarona, Market lliankeia, Mops, CaU.up, Pow
der, Shot, Ac
For sale by
augl
STEWART A WEAKLEY.
;KOCliKli:s, .Vc FRESH ARRIVALS.
200 SACKS PK1MEI110 COFFEE new crop;
25 sacks Laguyra Colfee;
10 bbls Mackerel, fish of '53;
20 do good Java do;
50 hhds new Sugar;
50 bbls Molasses;
80 do do;
25 do Golden Syrnp;
20 do Crushed Sugar;
20 do Powdered do;
SO do Loaf do;
20 kits do;
20 boxes Cod Fish;
20 " Smoked Herrings;
200 " Sardines:
0 " gal.qt jar Pickles;
20 " Jjcmon riyni));
10 ' Pepper Sauce;
5 " Sa. Bitters;
20 doz painted liuckels;
10 tierces fresh Itice;
50 boxes and half boxes 11.10 nests ' Tubs;
K. Raisin: 5 casks London Porter;
100 drams Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice;
10 bags S S Almonds; 20 reppeij
a casics recant uus; 10 " Jtace uiugt-r.
2 bbls Ilrazil do:
With numerous otherarticles in the erocerv line, just
received and lor sale low lor UAhll Dy
decll Ji. s. uitbA'i'itAH a uo.
ciiamia;ne.
BASKETS and boxes tine Champagne; a superior ar
ticle of the best brands. Just received and for sale
50
by
decllj li S. Ultl.ATUA.M i CO.
FINE WINES, HRANDIKS, Xc.
10 CASKS OLD MADEIKA;
5 " " Sherry,
rurt;
Io pipes pure Cognac llrandy, old and &atf
20K casts " ' " "
2 pipes " Holland Gin;
2 puncheons Irish Malt Whisky;
10 boxes assorted Cordials;
For sale bv f deel 1 E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
TVTEW STATE J1AP IN 1'RESSAM) WILL
1 shortly be pub)ished-a NEW MAP OF THE STATE
OF TENNESSEE, of cabinet size, say 4 by (i feet or there
abouts. The ilap is compiled trom notes auu actual sur
veys made and collected during the last lour y ears by
1L C. Mauckll, of Nashville. No expense or trouble has
been spared in rettinr up this cicat work, and the public
may rely on having one of the most perfect and beautiful
Stu'to 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. Marcell. or myself at my ollice In
Nashvilleat any time before December next.
E. A. V1NCKXT, Publisher.
Sentl4 eodlm. Cooper's Duilding, Nashville.
tf?" Knoxville Register please copv for one month three
times per week, also Memphis Ki'jh ami Enquirer, and
send bill as above.
M EmC'lNES, THAT 11A4 VI fitthA M t.l,
tested,'during the post year, by many of the most re
spectable citizens ot Nashville- Tlie advertiser is permitted
to refer to Mr. Samuel Watfcins, whose servant wascuied
ofa most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J.
Collins of the same disease, rive cases of Cancer have
been cured: twentv cases of Done Felon. Mr R. 11. Jones's
son was ctired of Sore Eyes, alle- having been under the
treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians for
eight months, almost totally blind.
At least one uuuurea repeciauie pernons in .tusiiTiiie,
and its vicinity, an be seen who will voucii for the great
benehts 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-
J. 1. 1 ,
punues ui me uiouu.
' ... i i 1 1 . - r i: V
iweuiy years tu coxsxani i raciice, uueen iu .iew untaa-.
prior to coming to asuvine. inose lnierestoa, are res
pectfully invitud to call, examine and consult, tree of any
charge.
Ulhce Jo 47 Union St., near uuerrv.
novlO ly. B EDWARD THOMAS.
UNITED STATES HOTf.L,
Chesxct Stbekt. Abovk Foritru, PniLADELi-nu, Pa.
rt J. MacLELLAN, i late of Jones' Hotel,) has the Acf
Jm pleasure to inform his friends and the travel-JtSS.
ling community, thit he has 1 eased this Houe for a term
ol years, and ii now prepared for the reception of 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 ventilated. The Tables
will alwavs be supplied with the best, ana tlie proprietor
. i w ..ir.-. .... i.: . !.-ii i... .. .....
pieuges lliuiseil lliai uu euuri uu ms uai. sua:i uc nautili
Uiuiskethe UNITED STATES equal iu comforts to any
Hotel ill the Quaker City jyTdoin.
EOR SALE.
A BRICK DWELLING, with six rooms, kitchen,
large brick stable, Ac, No. 67, corner of High
aud Gav streets. The lot fronts IZo feet on High uud
1B5 leel on Gay street. Apply ai o. oss L,nerrv sireei.
juu. u. a it. . ituu
je7:tf Itil Estate Agents.
CRUTCUER HOUSE.
rrHIS laree and commodious Hotel, situated on the cor-
1 nerof Spbino AoSrUEK Stuekts, Nsiiwllk, Tkn-
NC3SEC, is now newly furnished thruugiiout, und ready for
the reception of tiansieut custom. This is by tar the near
est Hotel to the Depot, and being in the ceiitie of the city
is quite convenient lo all tlie business uouses.
Eept3 tf Proprietor.
"VTOTICE. The Copartiicrsniptieretor.ireexsst.ua uu
1 derthetirm of DOliVN'S 4 CHURCH and DOUYNS
A CO., is dissolved. No one is authorised to collect deots
ol the concern but Mr. J. T. Yearout.
sepS-SU T.J. DOltYNS
n. KATIS-JUST PUBLlSilEl. ANEW DlS-
VTCOVERY IN MLD1C1NT. A frw mirdu . Me ro-
tumul treitiiunt, wittiout meuiciue, u nperniaiorrpea, or
Local Weakness, Nervous Ueoilitv, iiw Mpirits, iissituae,
Weakness of the Limusund tue Iuck, Indisiiosition ana
Incapacity for Study and Labor, Dullness ot apprehension.
Loss of Memory, Aversion to Society, Love ..f Solitude,
Timidity, Sell-Distrust, Dizziness, Headache, Involuntary,
Discharges, Pains in the Side, Affection of the Eyes, Pim
ples on the Face, Sexual and other Iiitimiittes m .Man.
tromuu rrtuciiuj ur. itLniii.
The important fact tluit these alarming c implaints may
easily be removed wituout mediCisk, is, in this sn.all 'lact.
clearly demoustiated, aud the entirely new and highly suc
cessful treatment, as adopted by me Autuor, luny ex
plained, by means of whicli every one is enabled mtf
hitiutlf j-trj'rctiy, and at the Uat jvsxiJite co-t, avoiding,
tliereUv. a t me aaverusea nostrums oi me uav-
Sent, to any address, gratis and jwst free, in a sealed en
velope, by remitting (post paid) two postage stamps to Dr.
B. DeLANEY, 17 Lispcndard street, New York.
septs im.
NOTICE TO STOCIiilOLOEIts".
AT the ixst nieetiugofthe Dnectorsof thel'.dgtielIana
Kentucky Railroad Company, the following lesolutious
v ere adopted :
i. Thai the Engineer is hereby directed to make, as soon
aspossible, thohnal location of the mnte of this road, Irom
ralgeueiu turougn uoouieisvuie, 10 i?pnugueiu, in nuri i-
son countv.
2. "That a call of eight per cent, be raade upon the
stock, pavable in monthly instalments ot iwoper cent , to
wit On tlie Mil uay ot eptemuer, me su nay oi ucuiuer,
2d day of November, and tlie -M dayol liecumocr next
Pavineuts to be made at theolilce ol the tas Lirht Com-
pauy'. WASIUNtfTON BARituW,
secretary unu ireasuiua
Aug. 10, '04 eo.tw. of the E. and K . R. R. Co.
TTHIR REN I . A comfortable house on c.pi iii.e-Mieti.
I1 n doors bevond Deiiunnbrane. containing 7 roon
good kitchen, stable Ac. Ali,a small frame hou -icon M m
uur sir eel ucumu iiroau si. vppi.i
augrj
WM.L. B.-VD
C.VVXOIt, MACDONA Ll A CO.
rl iiml I71S lVurl Street. New York.
II
"vKFER the TKADI. on liberal ir.iiMn oi wieirown
I I Iniiinitntiini and 3Iaiinlacture. M'llAB liUUHSi,
sMl.k- ,,! SATIN BONNETS. RII1BONS. FRENCH and
AMERICAN FLOWEltS, FHA'rilhlif, liVAAr.i: i.i.
1N'i:; r A list Mr .toaml a "eneral asortnieiil of Mll-
l.It- . ;-te!s prolllllliv eiecuieu. j i .-
Fashion a i. k ; lot ring
AND TA I HIKING ESTABLISHMENT.
No. II Cetlnr Street.
Fivo doors from Public Square,
WIEIthm.ivbefuuudachoiceand well select
ed slock i if
l.lollis, cst-iinoreo, utiil Vestins.
ofthelatest and most heanimd patterns, ullof which
Dem.uieiipiooroeriniiieu,M .d.shionable st vie, and at
as snort notice as can be dime n, any city in the Union,
and atjprices to suit the times.
Having received iny entire stock of Goods for the Fall
and Winter seasons, and being satisfied that they are bv
far tlia haudsomest lloodsever brought to tin market an
examiiia'inn ismiuested before nurctuisiiurelsewlipro'
lit'lltir-Jiaue Iiilliing. Uoats. l'autsaod Vo.lt .f
alltmds. A lineassoitment of Men's Funiislmiri;.v!s
Silks and Merino Undershirts, Shirts, Stocks, ilove. Sus
penders. Cravats, I'ucket Handkerchiefs, Silk and Linen
Shirt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac
Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call
andexamine. T.J. HOUGH,
sepll tf f Agnt.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SC1IOOL liOOKS, Arc Country MerchanU and
School Teachers are invited to examine my stock of
School Books and Stationeiy, which will be offered at the"
lowest prices dj tue dozen orsingle copy.
. ii 'T I rTTj2 XT- oifrmn
41 college street.
IXTEBSTEK'S Sl'JELLERS -By the dozen low-
T est prices. J: or sale Dy
CUAS. W- SMITH
aug9.
41 College .street.
IN KS, Slates, Sleel Pens, Pencils
cils, Copv Books, India Uubber. C
tands, Slate Pen-
Penholders, Uu
lers. Paper. Sand. &c Ca. Forsale bv
augU. CiiAS. W, SMITH
NEW BOOKS.
LIFE AND ITS AIMS Ideal and Actual.
Stories of the Irish Peasantry Mrs. Hall,
Tales of Old Times", from' the German.
Sketches of Genoa, Pisa and Florence.
French Revolutions'. ByKeadhead. 3 Tola."
Select Writings of Robert Chambers.; 4 1
Chambers' Paper for the People. 6 '
Chambers' Miscellany, bound. 10
A further supply of the Lamplighter. For sale W
wsr-K.. 'CUAULES W. SMITH.
41 College street.
W.
R. COKNKLIU3.
V. DORWS.
CORNELIUS- & DORRIS.
CHEAP PUllNITDltE ,J)EP0T.
NO. 20, COLtKCESTBSET,
Nashville, Tennessee;.
' 'lib subscribers have now in store andg;
JL tvill cons'antl v keep a larcre and mwd 5"
assortment of all kinds of CABINET l-Tllt-t
.M1UKK, CUAIKS, CLOOKS, GIRANDOLES, SPUING.
HAIH, MOSS. COTTON and SHUCK MATTKASSKS.
uurstocc at jiresent consists m part of
Rose Wood and Mahogany ParlorSetts;
do do do do Chamber do:
Oak do do;
Enameled Cottage do do;
Mahogany, Walnut, Rose Wood, Cherry,
Poplar Bedsteads, of all kinds;
Elm and
jriKia, i;eert ana UiningTables; ,
Walnut, Oak und Mahogany Extension Tables;
Wire and Tin Safes. i
Rose Wood, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop
lar Wash Stands; Hat Itacks, Towel Racks, Centre Tables,
Recking Chairs, of every variety. W'hat Nots, of all
kinds. '
Rose Wood, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak and Pop
lar Wardrobes.
Chairs! Chairs!!
Windsor, Spindle, Scollop, andScroIl Tops;
Wood Seat Chairs; :
Every variety of Cane Seat Chairs; '
do llo Rlia1l An' 1
do do Straw do;
Split Bottom Chairs; Bamboo Chairs ofall:kinds;
Willow Wagons and Chairs. j
Clocks! Clocks !!
V?ft Our stock or CLOCKS is large, and consists of al
5L;Amost everr varietv. WaaBAvritn rn xiw r.unn
Time.
We respectfully invile the public to give us a call, as we
are determined to sell as lowas any house in the city. Ev
ery article sold by us will be warranted to be made and fin
ished in the best manner.
We are still manufacturing FURNITURE and all kinds
of MATTKASSKS, to order.
OLD FURNITURE. REPAIRED and VARNISHED at
the shortest notice.
We take great pai ns in packing Furniture for the country
and for shipment.
Undertaking.
Kff" Our UXDERTAKI G Da-IKTMgNT will rr
ceive our strictest attention, will be personally
attended to by one of the farm.
t-ST v e have the sole Agency foi the sale of "FISK'S
Ml. 1'ALIC BURIAL CASES." in Middle Tennessee, and
are prepared to furnish Undertakers and others on favora-
bleierms. CORNELIUS & DORRIS,
july21 tf No. 16 College street.
EUltNlTUKU I FUHMTUUE Z J
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY have now on hand an increased
stuck of home-made Furniture, and with their increased
stock of material to make Furniture will be able to keep a
good assortment of Furniture for the Nashville Market.
rurchasers will lind it to their interest to give tbem a
cull at the Depot No. SS North Market street, or at the
raciorj iiuimiogs, vonege sireei, college inn.
it. 11. GKUOAlEs, Pres't.
Wk. L. Nance. Secretary.
R.H.i BENJ. GROOMES keen constantlv on band
good Hearses and horses, and are prepared to do the un-
uenaMug uusiness in an ol its various branches, at all
hours, at their old stand. South Market street. No. 110.
it t r -, .. .. . .:
ueiij. uroumes win give nis enure attention tome same.
augU 3m. 1
J. II. CURKEV,
CABINET MAKER AND UNDEETAKER.
BEGS LEAVE to inform his friends and the frrssr-,
public Kenerallv, that he keeps constantlv Snaawa
on hand Collins of every description, from the plainest
servants to the line Metahc air-tight and air-exhausted t'of-
mis, tne best now in use foi preserving the Corps; together
huh goou uearses ana uorses, ana everything necessary
for buriuls.
All orders ieft at mv ware-room, No. 51 Cooper's Building.
Cherry street, will be promptly attended to, both dav or
night- mrSl tf J. H. CURREV.
UK- J. W. GRAY
"VFFICE No. 9, Cherry street, opposite Judge Catron's
jr auu next aoor to ur. li. W. JUall,
Itesidence City
Hotel.
jan2 '54 tf.
l'ASUlOiXAULE CLOTHING.
NEW FIRM.
MI I, US Ac WOLF,
No3. 12 & 51 Corner of Market Street and Public Square,
And No. 44 Market St.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHING BUSINESS
Nashville. The attention of Countrv Merchants and
Traders generally is respectfully solicited to the large and
tasnionaoie stocn now in store. V e flatter ourselves that
e will be ab'e to compete in price and quality with any
house engaged in this business, either here or elsewhere.
Our goods are manufactured expressly for us iu Cincin
nati, and the material is purchased direct from the impor
ters tor manufacturers.
All we ask is au examination of the prices and qualitv of
our soods. septal. M1LIUS i WOLF
IIUUII L. TIN LEY,
OF KNOXVILLE. TfrWKERST-P
HAVING some jears exjierieuce in the Transportation
of Goods tbrouih Tennessee and Alabama, aud
JOHN IIERKON,
OF CHARLESTON S. C.
Who has an exjierienee oi M years m the commerce ol
l uarieston, tne tost seven ol tlie time spent in the Receiv
ing and Forwarding Department of the South Carolina
Railroad Company reap.ectfullv offer their services as
GENERAL AGENTS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
tor the receiving and lorwarding of all Goods, Wares, Mer
chandize and Machinery through Charleston.
ALSO
For the sale of all kinds of East Tennese and South
ern PRODUCE, viz: Flour, Corn, Bacon, Lard, Tobacco,
Cotton, Rice, heat, Oats, Lye. Feathers. Butter. Eu-ir.
Ac, Ac
e are not now. nor do we intend to be. burintr the con-
continuance of our bimuess, either directly or indirectly
engaged in any speculations whatever, therelore intend to
devote our PERSONAL attention lo the very best interests
ot our customers, reiving solely upon our euerev and
promptness to sustain us, and hoping by unremitting care
and attention to merit and receive a share of public pa
tronage. Olhce and arehouse on Atlantic Wharf, three buildings
east of l ostolhce and Custom House
We beg leave to refer to the following gentlemen:
N. Gammon t Son. Craiehead & Deaderick. and mer.
chants generally, Knoxville, Tenn.
ii. a. Upton, Railroad Ageut, and merchants generally
Iomlon. Tenn
Irenchi Van Epns. andJ. J. Brvant. Chattonnora.
Tenn. ' '
W. B. A. Ramsey. Secretary of State: A. R. Crozier
Comptroller of Treasury, aud M. M. Swann. Nashville.
JCUIl
R. B. Nonvell.Himtsrille, Ala.
C. L King, Decatur, Ala.
J. It. Love A Co., Whilesburg, Ala.
M. L Swan, Bellfont, Ala.
P. D.Gates, I'i Broadway, New York.
John Caldwell, President of South Carolina Railroad.
Thomas Wairing, Auditor of South Carolina Railroad.
John King, Agontof Ronth Csrolina Railioad.
ilvatt, McBurneyA Co.. J. S.&L-. Bowie A Co.. Charles
ton's. C. Sent. 1G. tf
rrM COUNTRY JMKRCIIANTS We have
.L large and well assorted Stock of Fancy Goods which
we will sell by the Piece, at a small advnnceon eastenicost
for cash; or on short time. STEVENSON" & WHITE,
man!;; ;4 59, College St
IHRIV DEER, AND DUCK GUNS.
rTIRKMAN A El. I.lS havo just received a ffv
jV large assortment direct from the makers SSJi',
in England. (sepl3 lm iJZSilZiM
DISSOLUTION.
3' mutual consent the partnership heretofore existing
lj uciween iMcnoi, reacocK a L.O., in tue Grocery ana
Commission uusiness, is this day dissolved, Jlr. John F.ban
dersoa retiring limn the concern.
The business ill herejilter be conducted bv Charles M
Nichol ai'dJames Peacock, under the style ofNichoI A Pea.
cock, who alone are vested whh full power to collect and
pay Ueuis auetoand imm tne lateurm.
CIIAS. M- NICHOL,
JAMES PEAC0CK.1
no- 22. '51. JOHN F. SANDERSON.
rtLu
V ' Seed for sale to arrive per Americus by
martS W. II. GORDON A CO.
WALL PAPER.
ON HAND, a hne assortment of
Wall Paper ot the latest and
most lashionable styles, for Parlors,
Halls. Limine Roouis, Ac. at
K LAG AS A UUKUE1 ,
Nashville Wall Paper Store. No. 20 College st.
N. B. Paper Haugingpromptly attended to, warranted
uone in me uest manner. augi:u.
INSURANCES.
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S
Insurance Company of Nash.
ville.
Capital $100,000,
Chartered by the State.
This Company is now in success-
ay.'jw iui operation, una is preoareu to
take risks on Buildings, Goods,
'
and Wares and Merchandize, against.
. . LOSS OR DAJIAGE RY FIRE.
Also, on Goods, Wares and Merchandise und Cargoes gen
erally, against the Ssas, Rivkes, and Inland TnANsroKTA
tiox, upon as favorable terms as any Ollice in the City.
Ollice No. 25, on College street, opposite the Sewanee
House. JO EDWARDS, President.
Jo'nx S. Dashikll, Secretary. myl8 tf
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASH
VILLE, CAPITAL 8100,000.
THE COMPANY being fully organized under its Char
ter, granted by the Lesrislatnre of Tennessee, is now
prepared to issue Policies against loss or damage by Fire
on Buildings, Goods Wares, and Merchandise generally.
AMO.-On shipments against loss or damage by Seas,
Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favorabl
terms.
Life and Negro Policies granted at currentrates.
137 Olhce No. SI Public Sduare, upstairs over W.T.
Berry & Co.'s Bookstore. '
. DIRECTORS
Samuel Seay, .iK. J. Morris,
L. H. Lanier, - D. D. Dickey.
L. A. Lanier, J. F. DemoviUe,
C. M. Nichol, W. II. Gordon,
H u. Douglas, H. B. Moms,
II. S.French, R.N.Williams,
P. W.Maxey, T. O. Harris,
A. J. Duncan.
SAMUEL SEAY, President.
Isaac Lmox, Secretary. nwo fniy7tf.
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL k t. O'S. EXCHANGE
OFFICE.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goodsof every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against lite
and the risk of the riven on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea ve'ssels and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOllA Jl, iilLu, l'resicent.
Joseph Vadlx, Secretary.
Directors. Alex Allison. John M Hill. F B Fozz.G M
Fogg, James Correy, Jno M Bass, Joseph Woods, Samue
Seay, Matthew Watson, J J White, Jacob McGavock.
ani
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OP NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
FFICE over Sbeapard & Go's. Exclu Ollice, wtll
insure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE. Houses.
.0!
Merchandize, Ac., ic., Ac, against Loss or Damage by
Fire; Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the
Hazards of In land Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels ot
eTery description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Alsu, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
fora term of years, orduringlife. Also, BankNotca trans
mitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property insnred in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the pruf
its. vrithoutanyliability to Iossbeyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
M. H. 1'Il.UUKR, President,
J.B. JOHNSON, Vice President.
C. J. F. Wharton, Secretary. janl
NASHVILLE CO.lI.tIEIf.CIAL
INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL $100,00.
f ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.!
THIS COMPANY being fnlly organized, according to
Charter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or
DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and
Merchandise generally. Also, on khipments against loss
or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on
the most favorable terms.
Life and Negro Policies granted at currentrates.
OrFiCK No. Gfi, corner of Square and Cedar street.
DIRECTORS.
ALEXANDER FALL. W. T. BERRY.
ANTHONY W. VAN'LEER, JAMES WOOD.
JOHN K1RKMAN, JOHN U. EWIN,
HENRY HART, Jr., R. O. McNAIRY,
THOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCKEA.
WESLEY GREENFIELD
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
James Walker, Secretary.
Nashville, April So. nwo
STOP THE RASCAL. !
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD, fora man who
calls himself Omval Evbettk, who came to my house
in reoruary laai, anu sei hi 10 worii inr me, ana remained
with me until last Saturday evening; be then took my
horse, saddle, bridle and blanket, and made bis escape, su'd
has not been heard of since. He is a small man. ot rather
yellow complexion ; about five feet six inches high ; he isa
mm visagea man, wiiu a yeuowisu uazei eye, and a tolera
ble large nose ; his hair is straight and black, with some
few gray hairs ; hesajsihat he is 25 years old; he is a
mild spoken man with but few words; lie said that be was
raised in East Tennessee, and his father lives in Roane
county, East Tennessee. Tlie horse that he carried away
was a young bay horse, two years old ; about lifteen and a
halt hands high, with a bald face, and hind feet white a lit
tle above the quarter joints; he has a black main and tail,
and is rather a brown bay ; he is of the Tom Hall pacing
stock, and can pace very well ; he is unaltered, aud shod
before when be left.
1 will give the above reward to any person who will
bring me the man and the horse, or either of them, or se
cure either of them, and give me information so that 1 cau
get them. S. J. KITTRELL.
Lebanon, Wilson county, Tenn. jy i:tf
FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLES
TON AND SAVANNAH.
On and alter this date, the Articles a enumerated below,
will be sent through to Charleston or Savannah, at the
prices atlixed to each article:
teuton, per uaie ot duo ids. or less si 25. and Si cents
for 100 lbs. for excess of over oX lbs.
Tobacco, hhds., per loo lbs., S('c.
Pork in bbls., " ' $1 oo
Bagging and Rope, " $1 oo
U. I. ANDERSON, Snp't
july4 ft Supt. Transportation.
$300 EIGHT YEARS' CREDIT, WITH
OUT INTKKliST.
HAVE a H"use and Lot on Vine street, "just beyond
Deinumbratie. rentimr tor 48.50 per month. Hhi'ch I
will sell for $300 cash, and lu to be paid the first day ot
every mouth for b years. It. A. BALLOWE,
sept'JS! Gen I Agent, .o. 17 Deaderick st.
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD.
"OANAWAl lrom the subscriber ubout the 2oth
.tnWIfdi 'liu. i a tt Kl .L- nu..a nl, 4 4 pna h ntii '
a . . iimiQT vn n,T(H .nil.. I A .. titi.i .1 1
0 leet 1 inch high, very stout but not ueliy, weighs
about 180 lbs. has a scar on oneot his cheek bones, caused
by a burn, can read and write. Jim is a copper colored
negro witn a peculiar yellowness ubout tlie eyes, aboutso
years old, 5 fret 9 inches high and weighs about 175 lbs.
They have a large amount ot money with them, in notes of
tue "UauK ot Tennessee. i ney are uotn Keen, snrewd
negroes, and possibly have forged free papers with them.
It is also probable that they may be travelling under thecon
trol aud guidance ol a white man. The abote reward will
be given for their apprehension and delivery to me, or to
the Jail of Nashville. M. BELL
Good Spring Post Office, illiamson County Tennessee
sepj tf.
ADAJIS A FROST,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Adgcr's North Wharf,
CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFER their services to the Planters and Merchants ol
Tennessee for the sale of Cotton, Tobacco. Corn, Ba-
con nnd other produce, and beg leave to refer to the follow
ing gentlemen of Nashville :
. K. Stevkxsov, I Jonxsox s eaveb.
N.E. AllowatA- Co., ) J.A. McAllistkc & Co.,
S. P. Alliso.v.
uncl4 tf.
MANTILLAS AND EMBROIDERIES A
beautiful assortment of Mantilla?, Craie Shawls and
Embroideries, which we are offering very cheap for cash.
apr2ii THURSTON A BERNARD.
SELLING AT COST WALKING CANES, MEER
CUAUM 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 to call at
ap7 LYONS A GO'S. 1!) Cedar St.
HERO'S GRASS SEEO.
I7IFTV BUSHELS just ree'd and for sale bv
1 tept29 EWIN BROTHERS.
FURNISHING GOODS.
XTTE are now opening our Fall and Winter Stock of
I 1 rurnisning uoous. H coniis 01 cveryining new
and elegant in our line.
We respectfully ask all to give us
all. laugSti
SI 1 i-.K.-i a .MCUlLili.
A. B. ROBERTSON.
No.
45, Collrgo Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
WHOLKLALE AND ilUTAll. Dr.ALl.U 1'
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND TRUNKS !
JAM now receiving direct from the most approved
Eastern Manufactories the largest, best, and most
complete stocks of the above articles that 1 have ever of.
fered, adapted to the Fall trade, to which I invite the at
tention of purchasers. Finding it impracticable to quit
the trade, as I proposed to do last Spring, 1 have re entered
with a large assortment, determined to give g.md bargains.
aug2ti If. ' A. B. RUBLRTSUN,
FURNITURE ! MATTRESSES ! ! PIANOS ! ! J
T"IISTriiriI n tin nwnrUCentflf Bed-i-TS8e
t) steads, Bureaus, Wire and Tin Sales, vjM
rxiius. o!a ueus. nreaKiasi, uniiui;, teu -z?
tre, Side, and Work Tables, extension Tables, Ac. A large
ot of Wardrobes, Chairs, of all kinds, Windjw Shades,
Clocks, an assortment of L. Gilbert's entire Iron-framed
Pianos, Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Ac Mattresses, Shuck, llosj.
Cotton, and Curled Hair Spring Mattresses, kept on hand
and made to order, and araan!ed. Now is the time for
those wanting any articles in my line to buy cukap roil
Casb, or approved paiier
I. U. MORTON,
jyl2 tf 45 Uuiou street
IMEEGHAJNDIZE.
DRESS GOODS.
No. 9 Union Street.
TS ara now oBerine a new and beautiful assortment
V V of Dress Goods, unsurpassed in the market, consist
ing of Plain, Black, Plaid, Striped and Brocade Silks, Chal
leys in plain colors, Plaid and Printed Berrages, Printed
Jaconet Muslin and Lawns together with a general assort
ment ol Staple Goods, Hosiery, rarasois, Twisted Silk
TVTEW r.OODS We are daily reeeiviniz from the
Eastern Cities a very largo and desirable stock of
otapiei iancy Dry Goods, ot tne very uweai ana nana
somest styles, which we will sell at very low prices. Our
buyer, Mr. L. D. Stevenson, has been ta New York all of
the Spring and made arrangements which will enable us
to show our customers something-new every day, and we
ieei comment mat tne assortment wnicnweceep isDy iar
the most extensive and the cheapest to be found in the city,
and we cordially invite you to call upon us and see if u e
are ante to realize tne expectations held out.
STEVENSON 4 WHITE,
mar23 '5 ?9, College St.
T ADIES' DRESS GOODS. Plaid and striped
silts, tirocade SUKs,
Plaid Silks, all shades, black silks, extra quality,
Plaid Plain and Figured Berages,
Berage Robes flounced, Misses Berage Robes,
Jacouet Robes, flounced, Embroidered Muslin Robes
flounced,
French Lawns and Mnslins great variety,
Dotted Swiss, and figured Muslins,
Organdie Muslins, French Chintzes,
English Chintzes and Ginghams,
Linen Cambrics in great varieties,
Sun-Shades and Parasols,
A great variety of Fans.
STEVENSON t WHITE,
mar28 ,69. College St.
EMHROIDERIES. The most varied, choice and
beautiful assortment of Embroideries, we have ever
exhibited, consisting of
Elegant Collars, Sleeves, Chemisettes,
Collarettes and Sleeves in Setts,
Maltese Hontton Valencienne Plait Lace, and Cambric Col
lars and Sleeves,
Flouncings and Bands In Jaconet and Swiss Muslins,
Scotch work Inscrtmgs and Edgings in new designs.
Lace Capes, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs,
Honitou Handkerchiefs, Honiton and Valencienne Laces,
Ac, Ac
STEVENSON & WHITE,
mar23 59, College St.
MANTILLAS. We have a large and handsome as
sortment of -Mantil!a3; embracing all the novelties ot
the season, consisting of
Embroidered Applicaand Lace trimmed Mantillas,
Embroidered Muslin Mantillas,
Crape Shawls and Lace Scarfs.
STEVENSON & WHITE,
martS 59. College St.
RNT'S VARIETY t.'OOOS. BlaCK and Fancy
French Cloths and Cassimeres;
h rench Linens, Black and Fancy Silk Vestings,
Marseilles Vestings, French Drab de Etes,
Patent Shirts witn French Bosoms,
Merino Under Shirts, Lisle Thread and Raw Silk do.
Linen and Cotton Drawers, Linen Collars,
Btitishand German halfhoisery.
Summer Cravats, Embroidered Ties,
Fancy Silk Cravats, black do, superfine quality,
Plain and colored Handkerchief,
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 Linenand Cotton Sheeting,
Pillow Case Linens, Ac Ac,
Linen Table Napkins,
Fruit do,
15 dozen colored Border Damask Towels,
White and Colored Marseilles Quilts,
Gilt Cornices d. Pins and Bands,
Cords, Tassels, Gimps, Fringes. Curtains, Drops; Ac, Ac
STEVENSON A WHITE,
marSS 59, College SU
1S54,
FALL AND WJNTER GOODS.
DV
LAMOE & EISBACH,
WSiolesale aiid Retail
DEALERS IN
READY MADE CLOTHING,
W
E have the pleasure of informing our friends and the
public eenvially that we are now in receipt of the
largest and most complete Stock of Clothing ever brought
to this city. Every garment was selected in presence of
the junior member of the firm in the Eastern cities, who
paid particular attention, not only to the material but to
its superior manufacture, cut and shape. Residents of
this city and those visiting here may be assured that they
can be suited in price, quality and superior fit.
COUNTRY -MERCHANTS
Will please look through our stock before buying elsewhere,
as we purchased our goods at the very lowest figures, and
are determined to sell lor CASH or to PROMPT CUS
TOMERS at a very small advance, and thus make it to their
interest to buy of us. Our motto is "Quick Sales and
Small Profits.' We have also received a large Stock of
Gentlemen's furnishing goods such as Shirts, 'Kerchiefs,
Stocks, Ac
We also inform our friends and the public that we have
on hand a very largo assorted stock of the latest styles of
Silk, Fur, Cashmere, Brush, and Beaver Hats; also chil
dren's Fancy II Us and Caps; unsurpassed in quality, style
and lowness of price.
LANDE A ELSBACU,
Hat and Cap Manufacturers,
aug31 Nos. ii and 50 Market street.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
No. 54 Public Sqcabe, N'asu villi, Texx.
DEALERS AT WHOLESALE IN
Foreisrn and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
READY-JIIADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
HONNETS, ROOTS, SHOES, RRO
GANS, U.URRELLAS, &c.
WE have in Store, and are now arranging forsale, tho
most extensive and the cheapest Stock of New and
Desirable Goods adapted to Fall and Winter Sales, ever
odered by auv House in the trade of Nashville.
We are anxious to sell where payment is certain, and
will make prices and terms entirely satisfactory.
We will purchase Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, and
Wool, and barter for Linsey, Jeans and Socks at their
highest market value. U. A. B. DOUGLAS & CO.
au'ii 8m b w G
II. 51. BliOCKWAY,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
Clothing,
No, 71, Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Y Stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING is
now complete, embracing every style and quality to
be InunU iu any isortnern or tastern .narKei.
T-3f" Countrv Merchants will find it much to their inter
est to call and "examine my STOCK. I will guarantee as
tegards prices, to aupneate any 11111 nurcnasea on tne usn.
al terms, in Philadelphia, New York or Boston. I manu.
racture atl my GL.U1UOU: tneretore, tne uountry Jier
chant makme hts purchases of me is buying of first hands
and of course is pavintr the first profit made thereon.
While ou the other hand shonld he make his purchases of
CLOTHING manufactured in the East, in this, or any
other Western or Southern market,I leavefor him tojudge
whether tie is paying the second or third profit upon this
article ot tasteni manufacture.
A moments reflection will doubtless convince all,
R. 11. BR0CKWAY.
Mashville. August 22. 1S54. tf.
DYE Ac BARNES,
WAREHOUSE AND COimiSSION MERCHANTS,
CORNER OF WASHINGTON' AND REYNOLDS STS.,
Augusta, Ga.
"3?"Libera! cash advances made on Consignments of Cot
ton and other produce.
RtrcR TO
Hon. John P. King,
" Charles J. Jenkins,
" Andrew J. Miller,
" William Sr.hler.
B. II. Warren. Esq , I Augusta, Ga,
T. S. Metcalf. Ksq.,
Messrs. T. Richards A Son
' Bonett A Carter,
" D. B. Plum A Co .
J. J. Howard, Esq., Cartersville, Ga.
Messrs. GrenviL'e A Sample, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Dr. Paul. F. Eve, Nashville, Tenn.
augt twCra
NECROES I'OR SALE.
TfE have TWENTY-ONE LIKELY YOUNG NE
VA GROKS. just from tbecountry. low forcash. Also
a likely Gill, 15 yearsold, which wewillsell on a creditor
fjur months (sepllj 1M1II5S A l'URTKK.
OH IRTS. Received this day, a large assortment o
O SHIRTS. French wove and Linen liosoms. We in.
vite all to examine our stock, and warrant every shirt we
sell sept'.ij MYERS A JlcGILL
HEIWi'S THAT TOIIACCOl-50 boxes Ung
tiorn A Annstead's celebrated Chen ing Tobacco,
received tier Railroad and for sale by
septH. McCREA A TERRASS.
1"llON AXLLS. 200 setttrom 1 to 3W inches for
t.ule.by McCREA A TERRASS.
I3lOJ1L lw bbU lyvgan Mills for sale by
j septl4 McCKEA A TERRASS.
A
LE. flu bbls Ale iu store and for sale by
M-j.tU MCUKKA A tr.ltltA.-vl,
M
ACKICKLi,.
-100 bbls Nos. 1,2, aud S, in store
McCREA A TERRASS
and for sale by
CARDS. MERCHANDIZE'
A. DEERT, W. B. DEER TV . R C DEEKT.
DEER BROTHERS, - .
ALIS0NIA M A7ITJT A (7TTTRTSO fMMPAXYI .
Ojjiee No. 19i Public Siuate, Nashville. Tennessee
may Vil LJ
GH0CERIES. LIQUORS, WINES'-. &c.
DAVIS Ac SWANN.
AUCTION & COMMISSION MEBGHANTS,
.. .u.uism urucenes, iiics,
Ltqnorn, Ac,, Aze.
NO. 1 3, EAST-aOE..PCBU0 SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENN. ' 1
HAVE IN STORE by' recent arrivals, and which they
,Tfl-lfSr5lIefor?sh'attheIoest Prices, towlfc
875 hhds Sugar, ofevjry grade from very tine to! all
qnahties beiow;
650 bags Rio Coffee;
200 barrels Plantation Molasses;
850 half bbls do Molasses;
58 bbls Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
50 do Loaf Sugar, No. 1 to No. 6.
850 boxes Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco;
With almost every other article in tho .Grocery and Li
quor line to meet the demands of country and, city buyers,
which they are determined to sell as low as any house in
Middle Tennessee. They have also to arrfve, 20,000
Sacks fine Salt, which will be sold in lots on the Whaxf to
suit purchasers, at a small trifle, advanced on cost.
Country Merchants and others visiting thlg city to buy
Goods in our line, would do well to give cs a call before
buying elsewhere.
DAVIS & SWANN
feb2g B No. 73, Public Squse.
. A. H0BXC, S.S. VILUXUS, JNO. JL. FISHEB.
JOHNSON, IIORNE Jt CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GEOCEE3, ,
Coranuisionand Forwarding Merchants, and Storen of
uonon ana xooacco.
rner 0 Market and Mroad .Sti., SdiittlU. Tenn.
inly 8. 1S53.
PICKETT, SIACMURDO & CO.,
BANKERS aud COM3IISSION 3IERCHANTS
A'-EW O Il LJSAA S.
WM. S. PICKETT late of the firm of PICKETT, PER
KINS A C0.1 and J. K MACM URD0. Banker, hav
ing associated themselves in business, will Conduct a
Ranking aud General Commission Uusiness,
in this City, under firm of Pickett, Macxcrdo A Co;
Particular attention paid to the sale of Cotton, and to the
shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally.
uuo y21
L. E. SIMPSON & SONS,
IVPOSTEBS or
Wine?, Brandies. Cigars, Chnmpaignes, ic.,
AO. 19, BEAVER STREET, A'ii'ir YORK.
And Rca Uastidz. Bordkabx. mayl ly.-
H. T. BELI.
Wholesale and'iRetail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
oiumesuc oitquora, aeceivimj, rarwaraicg ana
Commission Merchant,
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
R. U. FRASEK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, '
NO. 13 CAK0KDEIXT STREET,-
New Orleans.
REFER TO:
Gov. A. V. Brown, Nashville. Tenn.: CoLT. U. McNeill
Coahoma county. Miss.; Myrtle, Moore A Co., Helena, Arfc,
S. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; Martin, Rhea & Co., Pulaski,
Tenn.; Jas. 0. Malone, Esq., Athens, Ala.
octi' ly.
CARTER, THOMAS. Ac IIOUtHl'S
UNITED STATES MAIL LINES OF
SPLENDID
FOUll HORSE COACHES,
FOR
JACKSON ANO MEMPHIS,
VIA
COLUMBIA. LEXINGTON AND WAYNESBORO.
One Hundred miles Turnpike and the balance
a beantilul High Jtiilge icoau.
LEAVES Nashville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 3 o'clock, P. M. Apply at General Stage
Office. je30 tf G. H. SLAUGHTER. Agent.
A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers his VALUABLE sg.
FARM, situated in the county of Madison, 10 isii"!
miles northeast from Jackson, and some 4 miles J5-U
east of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, the same distance
lrom Spring Creek, and contains about , 00 acres.
Said Farm has been lonsr 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 'HW
acres cleared land, auj 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 productive soil,
admirably adapted for the cultivation of Cotiun, and could
be made one of the best Sock-farms in West Tennessee,
being well watered with five never-failing Springs, and a
beautiful creek.
Anv person desirous ofpurchasintr. is invited to examine
the premises and learn of the subscriber other particulars
rrrTi,.t ltwou
jy2 6mtnwAww
TO MAKE YOUR HAIR CURL !
WO NO EH OF THE WORLD!!
THE gteat wonder ot the World.has at length been dis
covered. You cannot make one hair white ex black,
but Mr. Byron 1L Robb has at length procured the truth
of the great secret after much study, toil and expense, how
to make the hair curl and wave in tne most beautiful and
graceful manner for life. The proprietor has traveled
through various parts of Europe for upwards of Bine years,
in search of the celebrated chemist and physiologist, M.
Jaqnea, and has at length found him in Italy, and purchased
ot bimthereceiptlorthesumol 6,U0o. unpersons Hav
ing the most uncouth and coarse looking bair can have it
raus formed into the most beantlful and curling appear
ance that could be desired. The composition of which the
article is composed, will not cost more man 00 cents, auu
but one application is needed to the halrto cause it to curl
and wave in the must uniform and perfect order for life, and
thus improve the looks and appearance one nunarea per
cent. We now offer this wonderful discovery to the world,
for the sum of l. Direct all letters to BY RON U. ROBB
Farmington, Trambull, county.Ubio.ana tne receipt win
be forwarded immediately to the person. All letters must
be post-paid to secure attention. eptl3"4w8m
A. GARDELLE.
LOUIS DELAIGLC
GARDELLE & DELAIGLE,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
LIBERAL advances made on Consignments of Produce.
Prompt attention paid to Receiving- and Forwarding
Goods.
RsrEBtxCEs: custin & walker. Douehty A Beall, Au-
gusta; J. Fraser A Co., Charleston. faugl fim.
NEW BHUNSWICK JtUBUEK COMPANY
WAREHOUSE 100 LIBEKTT AND lOo CEDAB STREET,
NEW YORK.
MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS
in all lands of Rubber Goods, made under Charles
(ioodyear's Patent, consisting of Men's, Women's, Misses
and Children's Metalic Boots and Shoes, Coats, Cloaks,
Overalls, Combs, Stay and Dress Hone, 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.
jyao om juujsuj uiju.', rres.
LAOIES BONNET BOXES-
OPENED (direct from Philadelphia,) another lot of No.
1 Bonnet Boxes. Single and double top Sole-Leather
Folio Traveling Trunks, very superior. Black, Russet
and Sole-Leather Trunks, all sizes with covers. Ladles
Trunks (with Bonnet Boxes inside.)
oug31 RAM AGE A CHURCH, 42 College st.
RAGS! RAGS!! RAGS!!!
500,000 Founds ol Rags Wanted.
IWIIJj pay 3 cents per pound, cash, for all the Cotton,
Linen, Flax, Hemp and Tow Rags of all colour. tlt
are deli vered at my Paper and Rag arehouse at the North
east comer l the Public Square.
Merchants, Pedlars and all the rest of mankind are; Soli
cited to gather and send me all they can get.
may7 tt W. S. W111TEMAN.
FRESH ARRIVALS.
JUSTreceived per New Orleans, Cincinnati and Pitts
burg steamers, the following articles, which wc are of
fering low forcash. Country MerchanU and dealers gene
rally will do well to call and examine for themselves:
750 bogs prime Rio Coffee; GO doz Brooms;
50 do Laguyra do; 1,000 kegs Pure Lead;
200 bbls prime N O Molas3es;2tf0 do No 1 do;
150 K bbls do do; 150 casks best English Soda;
150 hhds Sugars, all grades; 20 bags Race Ginger;
Ixiaf Crushed and Powdered Sugars, an assortment;
25 bags Pepper; 10 chests Teas, assorted;
15 do Spice; 50 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;
20 do Herring; ISnesUTnbs;
20 bbls Mackerel; 5 casks Brandy;
100 kits, assorted numbers; 3 do Signette Brandy;
10 cases fresh Sardines; S do do;
25 boxes Pickltis, assorted; 5 do Madeira V me;
5 bbls Brimstone; ' 5 do Sherry do;
10 do Alnm; 10 do Port do;
290 bags fine Salt; 25 bbls S M . me;
1 0 Uemnonns. ass a sixes; iu n "
10 frails Almonds:
25 bbls Holland Gin:
100,000 Cigars, var brands;
800 boxes prime Cheese;
50 do Quart Flasks;
50 do American Brandy;
60 do Old Hour Whisky;
50 do Old Monong do;
150 do Pint do;
ao uiu nye uo;
ka iln Fluted Tumblers. as:200 do Rectilicd do:
200 kegs Nails, assorted; 20 do Old Peach Brandy;
60 boxes tine Tobacco, as-300 reams Crown, Medium,
sorted brands, and I). C. Paper,
100 yt and X. boies Raisins,
Together with all otherarticles usually kept in our line.
Call at NICHOL A PEACOCK,
aug24. Corner of Church and Market sts
WOODEN WAKE, A-c.
SUNDRIES JUST ItEOEIVED.
CEDAR Buckets, Pails. Tubs, Piggings, Ac.-,
Well Buckets. Half Bushel Measures;
Butter Tnbs, Rice Boxes, Sugar Boxes, Ac.J
Bread Trays, Baskets, children's Cane Chairs;
Cocoa Nut Uippcrs.Grass Mats,Mannilla do.;
Churns, Cradles, Floor Mops, Ac , .
Just received at the Variety and HonseFurmsbingStore
of aug20j MORRISON A CO. ,
FALL IMPORTATIONS
NO. 70' PriiT. W SOITA 72P
WE are newttctinBKsud w,h haTe in .-store by the
middle of August . w entire stock or
PALL A.tD WINTER DRY GOODS,
to which we invite the Careful Mteahed of Merchants gen
erally. We particularij invite ttHe buying for cash or on
short time to exraine our stock sod prices. Our success in
conducting a business on the r?" CASH. AND SHORT
TIME FKOMIT I'.W SYSTEM, Z satisfies us that
it is entirely practicubfc, aadtbat there is a large clasi of
buyers, who, clly studyiiC taeir best interests, are now
acting upon that system. ,
Cash axp suokt tiv sales enable us to keep our means
in rapid Use, aad thereby reatlr to reduce the profits ra
quired.o sustain a bmnttss predicated ou long credits.
In additisa to our purchases, we will have a large let of
Goods on ogruMgHOMut. embntcim; vsneus brands of Cot
ton Yams, and over .. bales BROWN DOMESTICS,
Drilling. Ac, of all grade and prieec. These goods are
offered freely to the t-wia in general, regardless of whether
otUr gofjt are bought or not.
)T2. DUN'CVN, M0RGAN4CO.
ftj" All kinds of Barter taken in exchange for goods, or
sold for customers without charge.
mmE SHEPHERD &G0.
WliOLEslLK DEALERS IN
MOES, HATS
AND
STRAW GOODS.
NO. 50 PUBLIC SQCAKK, NASHVILLE.
THE attention ot Merchauts is respectfully invited to
nor extesstv Fall and Winter supplies Of tha above
Goods, WBteh are sow arriving and ww be complete by
the25tbefAttgHt.
Our purcbs are made e.wlwively of manufacturers.
and we are determiiid to compete successfully io prices
with New York and Philadelphia jobbers. Our ability ta
do this wifl not ba denied by any candid man who wu'l
take tlie trwble to iarestamie th matter and compare our
advantages with ttxwe uf uaWtw honwia.
unr sioec w ill be itntitunliy large ami varied, and buyers
rosy rely on finding wit't us everything ia eurHne adapted
to the wauls of Mte trad , at as low price as can be found
in this er any othor market.
UAKDNKR, SHKPIIBRDA CO.
irLliumtM.Lu.tk...l A ... 1 L- .1. ....
seng. Ae taken at the highest inarket value in exchange
forgoBoV, or in payment l debts. j?2 tf G.S.ACO.
TO tiik run LIC.
yK are now receiving toe Urgast axi best seiectr-J
I'ALL AND WLtTKR t.'OODS
ever e8rd in this market. We ate oturtog ratfa, induce
ments to ail cash or punctual buyers, kwMvteg that many
persons wilf he indoced b purchase tkcir nuds tor cash,
vffcen they can gain an advantage thereby.
We buy our gwodn mostly tnwn packsfte heoses. which
enables in to i4ier buyers vsry graM iHiraetam ia the way
of low prises, sad xuwd 4yWs.
Couulty Merehauls will had tmrstoekof HUck and
Fancy Silks, lisid Cashuieresnd Delouws, MfHW, Rib
bons, and many other nsirablF gla, switciflM their trade.
at very imr pnees.
Rich Plaid A StnpI SiHw;
" " Marions;
" " DelAnes;
French A'EngHth .HerimM;
BUck IIwUomis;
" Alanseeaii;
tJ. -V-
Lmcs CuHbhm
Musiia
Sitin Laiaest
Vnkm Dsatiiktt'wBh
1, 04masVAiOirBice,
" MenDoADeIoes:
Mack X tL Velvet:
ttieh
I -ace HabiteA Sttwves; Sascr Prrnnh Oibs;
44 f!nUMf " IkulmitfMr
CoUsrs;
" Jlusttn " fMtey Vg'Himij
Muslin Habit ASfevas; ImtwA' WrfShirt,
Kuih'd A eil lisu Ouu llk'UicruMt 4
White A colM Silk TmIIck tilovM aad Hdbll:
Jackoni-t A Swws K1to(t)rsCtaaM and Sb$;
White Goods, sll Wiwhe
CwMtt sPhftfltd
Sattisetts, all qmdilies;
Jeans "
Tweeds "
FlBnnels "
Plaid Ijbscvb "
Ban " "
Thstmt 1U aMmmMimsajtf
Prtals,
Uinchams. '
Irisii Linen.
BIch'd SfaeetiBfp. alaHalitM;TiiW liwns, "
Brown Domesties " tuuer ld Hfoakets;
500 pairs Negri, BlaukoM.
With many oh-r artieies aach as we usnsHy kept in
"bet ohtsa" Dry Go4s htioftm. We mvite bvrs to ex
amine our stoek ami y lge fur thenn svss t4 tSe io.luce
meUweotlr. W. It J. IL JieLKLLAN' l.
sept Metropi4itan Sfcire. Nos. ! aad M UoHejpi st
POPULAR TRADE- "
SILKS FOR -THE .MILLION!!!
PRICES TO SfcTT THE SHORT CHOPS-
TIi22isson Co.,
21 Public Square.
ARE now receiving their Kail and Winter Steck, most
of which has been selected since Um hkte rnornious
Auction Sales iu the Eastern eiues, uud tuet hmI real grat.
heal ion in bemg-tbus enabled to oiler their Gfc at prices
to suit the present ciwts. Uakh buyers will be swpnsed at
the inducements offered tbeni to spend their HMMMgr.
SILKS.
WehavelbalargestBBdci.iwyest M ef StHw ever offered
in this market We have all kinds and styles, varjiu -from
fifty cents to five or six dollars a yard.
Rich Pkiid. and Stripe Silks;
"Moire Antique Black aud Colors;
" Satin l'iaid and Stns;
" Bkick Satta 1'kid and Striae;
" all kinds cheap sulks:
Wedding and Evening Dresses, splendid Riak-akfe V' 1
de Suit.
DAMAGED SILKS.
A large let of sptesdid Black ngnim S4HM'that hare
been wet, but are uut wpnl la tesHsra ht appearance.
We are selling theuiat Im ikkut east, aad areseHug them
fast.
WOOLLEN DRESS GOODS.
Rich Plaid Valenews;
" Plaid and Striped Cashmetat;
" De Iota;
" Turtaa llaiaV, alt aaalities,
Beautiful Kebes de Chaiabsa far 1 atHgs;
,4 Gaats
Freneh Momaneg aad Casimwnw, eiwap;
Black Satin Faead iMmaw;
Super Super, Black Csshmsras.
LACK GOODS.
MadsHkts Serpliee CoMsrs ami Sfatrsac
UttBMoa Laee CoUorsls;
Maltese do;
Valeneieon", Piatt and SinrKsfc TkreadrLac);
Piat Lace Capes;
Pswtlsteeiidkm;
Real Hkwk Tbrsad loiw Veils;
Great bargains in esln tine Freoch luab'd linen Gnmbric
Udkfs.
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS. ;
In a few days we will have open a a ulna did assortment
of Cloaks, MaBileH sad line Snawte.
FLANNELS, ETC.
Particular attention is rvpwsiod to oar stoefcofWanselsT
Best Shaker Flaanale;
" " double milled;
Weleh do;
" Eejfliah SwaasvWn, very heavy far favalids.
Mens, Boy, sad all kinds ot servants wear; Mamfe, Ta
ble Liseas, Sheetitur, ., eie.
IKISI1 LINENS.
We eaaiMt speak lw highly of our Iriah LtaM, they
areeheater than ever.
FUK.- I FOBS ! 1
On the ttrt dVAf October w wiH onan the awst splen
4id awortment ot Fats ever eflbred ia this city all kiniU
and fstHH every eKmato.
CURTAIN GOODS.
Splendid Satin At lounes;
German IKnnashs;
alt kimls ut French Cotton Dan as
HOSIERY 1 HOSlKltY!!
ATehave a efteaper and better jMMrtmaat of Winter
llostery. than weeroWd
AU kinds of Ribbons and dress Tr Maig
jwpa. TtlOMPS A CO., No. SI.
R, C. M?xAI R Y&CO.,
. Go. S5 0eHg st.. Jf sh Tills. Teaa,-
ARK bv reeemon; their KALI. STtM K OF NEW
GOODS, t which they would lespectfHMy invito the
attentien of the pMi.
Em lrriilrie..
They have now opened Inr sale tlie handsomest and most
varied assorttnent of Kwbvoidencs erer brought to Nash
ville, lrom wbteh the mwImm would ui well K select early
Tlieir
Silk Rood, RIWiohs, Ttimmiiiss, rlr.,
Will surpass all ptevaiut unpUys.
Carpet..
Ina few days theywill recetvearirh and extensive sup
ply of Carpets, seiectad in la hast by Uetr buyer ex
pressly for this trade, and whieh tfwy inleml lo sell so
cheap an to make it to the iiMerest f every one to buy of
them. Their stock in this ihtpurtuumt wilt' be $IO,o0.
Also of every thing in their hue of husiaowi they will
keep a constant supply of the best qnslHy i the lowest
price.
Desiring to dose their Summer stock before going in in
tlieir New Stole, thoy are selling below cost. Let all who
desire good bargain give them a call.
augB-tf
STBlGKliB, ELLIS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
tYo. C7 PnLIic Sijnart, Xashrillr.
HAVE received an extensive FALL and WINTER
Stock of theabnve jfoodN which they osier to the
trade on the most favorabt terns. Their Sttwk will be
found, stall times, as LAKGK und COMPLRTK as any in
the place, and thev repeetflly solicit a eaM from 3Kt
clianls rrithins gooils at the lowosl market
prices.
Feathers, Wool. I Jnsey, Ac , taken ia exchange forgoodl
and in payment of dues, at the highest mart t ralr
ang31 2R S. E, i,CO.
prices at

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