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ik. 0 i L5nSCELLANKQ US. JR. H. BBOCKWAY, WHOLES AIE DEALER AST) HANTJFACTUREB OF , Gentlemen's Clothing, ITo.' 71 Public Square, ! NASHVILLE. TENN. ! : . . i to country merchants. M Y Stock of Gentlemen's Rendy-Xade Clolh- i niir, lor we bpring and Summer Trade.! now com- plete-euibracing over 80,000 Garments m ths various de partments of Gentlemen's Wear, of everv variety of stjle una fabric to be found in the Eastern Jlaikcts. Ou-pnees, as usual, are extremely low; and ire feel as sured that we ate better prepared to give sulislactinn to purdiasers of Rcady-Made Clothing than any other housa n the city our stock being exclusively Clothing-, and par ticularly adapted to the demands o( the country trade. -rachS-tf R. II. BROCKWAY. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAI1&BIKG ES TABLISHMENT, 1 ' No. 1 1 Cedar .Street, . Five doors from Public Square, Nashville 7UhKrJ maybe found a choice and well select 1 1 T eastocKot " Cloths, Cassimercs and Testings, of the latest and most beautiful patterns, all of which will i j- . . .. . ... .. ti uo uuae up to order in tne most lasiilonaoie siyie, ana ti es short notice as can be done in any city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times. 1 am now receiving my stock of Spring and Summer Goods ; and, being fcatiatied that they are by far the hand somest Goods erer brought to this market, an examination is requested before purchasing elsewhere Ready-Jladn Clothing, Coats, Pantsand Vesti of all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing Goods, Silks and Merino Undershirts, Shirts, Stocks, Glove, Sus penders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, .Silk and Linen Shirt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac. 2T Garments cutat the shortest notice. Please call and examine. T.J. HOUGH, mih7-tf Agent. WE Alt 12 NOW RECEI VING nur stock of WINTER CLOTHING for Men and Hoys, J v7 ifii'Si comprising all the newest style xjl'i ftUtm of Copts, Vests and Pants, ..fdif bjiLl IjJA ierent qualities, with a large as- ' aortmeut of Cloths, Cassinr.eres iWand Testings, which we will 111 make up to order, in the most FASHIONABLE STYLE. Also, a large assortment ol Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods and Under Clothing of the best quality. Silk and Gingham Um, brellas in black and fancy colors CLIFTON A ABBOTT. October8, 1F54. THURSTON At BERNARD, No. !) Union street, ARE now teceiring their stock of Fall and Win . ter Dre?s Goods, consisting of Silk?, Cash meres. French and Kuelii-h Merinos, all Wool De- lea &i, Hosiery, Gloves, Cor&ets, and a gcueral assortment oltapleuooas. The above goods were all purchased in the Eastern cities by one of the tirm since the decline in prices of Foreign Merchandise, and will be freely offered to the public at prices that mast insure a ready sale. We respectfully invite all to give our stock au examination. octStf MANTILLAS AND EMBROIDERIES. A beautiful ussortment of Mantillas, Crape Shawls and Embroideries, which we are offering very cheap for cash. apr2fi THURSTON A BERNARD. DRESS GOODS. No . 9 Union Street. WE are now offering a new and beautiful assortment or 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 of Staple Goods, Hosiery, Parasols, Twisted Silk Mitts, Ac fap26 THURSTON A BERNARD. AT COST I HATE a lot of fine eastern made OTER COATS, which I will sell at cost for cash. jan2. JNO BROWNE, CIGARS1 CIGARS!! C)f ( f SUPERIOR Havana Cigars, just re w J 5 V J ceived and for sale, consisting partly of the following Brands: Jupiter's La Favoitas, La Ha bencra; La Pedro Carrillo, Napoleon, Pcnsadosa. With various other brands of choice Tobacco. Little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar streets. deco-tf J. MOORE. JUST BECEIVED : LONDON PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE. For sale, Wholesale and Retail, at the Sign of the " Little In dian," corner of Cherry and Cedar streets. -janlC J. MOORE. SMOKING FOR THE MILLION. JUST received, 200 dozen Boggs' superior SMOKING TOBACCO ; 103 dozen Boggs'Fine Cut Chewing. Aiso.alotot lhe Indian Qiuen Trafoil Chewing; supe rior to cny other brand. For sale, wholesale and retail, by mh!5 J. MOORE. Corner Cedar and Cherry sts, THOSE UKaL MEERSCHAUM PIPES. I HAVE iust received something rich, rare and chaste in the Pipe Line. Cull agd see the richest and largest nssortment of Pipes ever brought to tt.ijSi.ite. They are now open and ready for inspection am for sale, whole valecrretaU. at the sign of the Little Indian, comer ol Cedar and Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn, dec22 tf J.MOORK. JUST RECEIVED. 200 lbs Moccaboy Snutr a su pcrior article. For sale by mhl5 J. MOORE. BALTIMORE COFFEE 200 bags just received from Baltimore finest ever received m Nashville. jelRtf (rAwl LANIER A PHILLIPS. HAVANA CIGARS. The undersigned has just received a large lot of genuine imported Havana Ci gars, which cannot be excelled, if equaled, by any in this market For sale, wholesale and retail, by AARON STRETCH, Drvggitt, mch3 Corner College and Union sts. FINE INK. FHAGAN hns just received a large supply of BUT. . LER'S MEKOA.NTILE WRITING FLUlD-au Ink of great character wherever it has been used. A large stock will be kept for Nile by F. IIAGAN, mhlS Market St. PUBLIC SCHOOL. rpUlS dav received, the following BOOKS: JL Stoddard's .1 uveni.e A rithmttic ; Intellectual do: Song Book for the School Room ; Goodrich's Primer of Geography ; Qoackenboss' Composition Rhetoric ; Stoddard's Philosophical Arithmetic. For sale by (mhl4 CHARLES W. SMITH. SOMMERCIAL BLANKS Blank Checks atd Notes on all our Banks a NEW and superior lot for by fmblO 1 CHARLES W. SMITH. SCHOOL HOOKS. JOHN YORK A CO. abo have on hand a complete stock of Classical and Common School Hooks, hich they offer lor sale at reduced pricca. jan!9 IlUTNAM'S iMAGAZlNK FOR Al'KJL; . FRANK LESLIE'S N. Y. JOURNAL FOR APRIL For sale by mhSl JOHN 10KK CO. O. 3 HARPER'S STORY BOOKS Has been received by IbeSi TOON, NELSON & CO. SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS nrd VALISES. Received direct trom Philadelphia, a large stock ol the best Sole Lcntlier Trunks, wilh an extensive assort ment of Black Iron-framed Traveling Trunks, (Single and Tray Tops,) of every quality, and at the lowest prices. We respectfully asl the attention cf ull iu want ol good Trunks to examine our stock, mhll RAMAOE A CHURCH. 42 College st. NOTICE. SH. LOOM1S ,t CO., my ule agents for Nashville, . will furnish the people of Tennessee with all the dif terent kinds of Wine made by me, al my Cincinnati whole itle prices. AKo the Cataw'jbi Grape Cuttings for planting- Call and nee them. N. LONUWORTIl , marSStf Cincinnati Olio Sonthern Forwarding House W. H. GORDON & CO , AKCUts in Nashville Tor YOUNG, WY ATT A CO, I WY ATT A CO., Savannah, Ga, Charleston, Souih Caroliua, FORWAUDINO AGENT3 A GENEEA1 COaMISSION MERCHANTS. WE would rcspecttulty announce to the Merchants of Nashville and vicinity, that we have secured tlte services ol the well known house ol Messrs. W 11. GOR HON A CO., whose pleasure it will he to present our lor warding bills for collection at the counters of our patrons tu Nashville. Uur bills being made payable iu Nah-'ille, will effectually do away wilh all tho annoyance and incon venience heretofore arising from having to purchase dralts, make remittances, leave deposits, Ac. ic Goods consigieil to our care are mcariahly forwarded the same day of arrival, uuless discharged Irom vessel af ter the railroad depit is closed for tho eight; when this occurs, the goods are stoned in our fire-proof ware-boiisep, and cotfrtdby insurance flt no additional cotttoour itron. We would again return our grateful tlumks to merchants generally in Tennessee for the patronage heretofore so lib erally bestowed upon us. and at the same time respectfully solicit their busine s so long as they find it to their inter est to patronize our houses. YOUNG, WTATT A CO., Savannah, Ga. WYATT A CO., mayJtf Charleston, 8. C. FINE MllHOHS AND WINES. ii PU'LS fine Cognac Brandies, best brands: H V .it. ,1., "a.. .1 . ' .1.. . 10 a X do 10 do do Bordeaux dn ' ' " Ukl uo , do; 2 pipes Holland Gin : 2 puncheons jwrc Jamaica Rum ; do j,M old Malt Irish NVhiikey; 5 quarter casks choice old Madeira Wine: a do do SI.errv dn- ,,dllirerent Blades Port do': 60 boxes Claret Wine ; ' 50 baskets and boxes Champague 10 boxes assorted Cordials. ' Received and for sale by feb6 . E. S. CHEATHAM A CO Tf STORE. A superior lot of Nova Scoti (jrind Stones, from 24 to CO inches. li. s. WKLLER B l-ANS AND I'EAS. A. treli supply of FieM J Peas and Bunch Beans, just received and Tor sale hv p5 B- S. .WELLE It. 1ALT 1W0 bbls Kanawha Saltiu store and for ale by MORRIS A STRATTOJJ. c OFFEE &00 bags prune Rio Collee in store and for gale by mukkls x tjinAnxm. SUGAR 2J0 hhds fair to choice Surar, in store and for sale by MORRIS A STRATTON. OLASS1SS 2W bbls Keboiisd Mola&ses; luu naif bbls da ; in store and for sale by mh8S MORRIS A STRATTON. GROCERIES. T GROCERIES. . . :. , HE FOLLOWING COMPRISES IN PART OUIT STOCK, which ie nearly complete, which enables iu to offer inducements to purchasers 769 bags Rio, Havana, Lag-20 boxes Btoughlou Billers; uyraand Java Coffee; 200 casks English Soda; 100 bags extra Baltimore Cof- 0 chests Teas, assorted; fee; 25 bbls Caackers; 850hbds choice and prime 100 doi Wash Boards; Sugar; Cotton Yarns; ass d; 110 bbls Loaf crushed and 200 dox Buckets; lKJwdered Sugar . . - .it. ft 800 bblsJIoUsses; 500 X bbls do; 50 ii do Golden Syrup; 60 bags Pepir; 20 Spice; 25 " Ginger; 25 bbls Mackerel; 50 kits do; 500 boxes Sardines; 25 Pickles, assorted 10 bbls Alum;". 10 " Brimstone; bbls Spanish Brown; COO bags Hue Salt; 500 bbls Saltr ' 50 dox Scotch and Sappes Suuff; 00 bags Shot, ass'dr 10 tierces fresh Hice; 6000 lbs bar Lead;' - 100 cross Blacking;- ' 0 boxes Fancy Soap; 800 " Rosin Soap: 10 csks. A Sign't lirindy; 10 " Otard,Dnpy ACodo 6 " Madeira Wine, 20 bbls Port Wine; 25 Indian bbls Sweet Wine, extra;- 20 bbls Sweet Winn, 200 Demijohns, assorted; 2 pipes Holland Gm: 50,000 Cigars, various brands; 80 bbls Am do; SOU boxes qi., pt, and Xpint 50 bbls Brandy; Flasks: xu uois lium; 60 boxes Tumblers: 60 Peach Brandy; Apple do: OldBourbbnWhiskf Old Rye do; Old Reserve do; OldMong do; 000 ke;s Nai Is, asst'd; 1 0 1 00 reams Wrap Paper, 50 510 ceroons best Indigo; 50 2 casks Madder; 50 100 bxs Tobacco, all grades; 60 50 rioz Cords and Lines: 5C0 itecia ao; 100 bxs white Havana Sugar;200 " Pikes Mag. do; 100 boxes Star Candles; 200 boxes Claret V ine; 100 gross Matches: 25 " Starch; Fj boxes Tallow Candles; 20 boxes Lemon Syrup; Together with many other articles usually kept in our line." LANIER A PHILLIPS, july!6 '54 B v No. 89 Market street. nuan u'ceia rsxn. txkbiss. McCREA & TERR ASS, Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants, AND DElLtltS IX Liquor, Iron, Castings, Nail, Flour and Bait, Aro. 35 Broad St, Nashville, Tenn. SUNDRIES. 100hhds.primeN.O.Sugr, 20 bags spice, 150 bbls. Molasses, BO " ginger, 200 ft " do., 4 bbls. putty, 6 " alum, 5 " brimstone, 40 casks soda, 150 kegs white lead, 800 boxes pint aud quart flasks, . 100,000 Havana so gars, 50,000 melee and Cuba six segars, 100 gross matches, 125 boxes and boxes star candles, 175 boxes tallow candlea, 75 " bar soap, 100 cases' gunpowder and imperial tea, 6 bbls. Epsom salts. 25 kegs golden syrup, 850 bass Baltimore Co lotfee, 75 127 Uavanna do., Lauvra do., 50 rjocketa old Java do.. 150 bbls. loaf and powdered Sugar, 5 tierces Rice. 0 boxes Langhorn A Arm stead's Tobacco, 100 boxes other brands, 10,000 lbs. bar lead, 400 bags shot, assorted, 900,000 G. D. per'sion caps, 800 kegs powder, 50 boxes starch, 300 demijohns, 800 bags fine salt, 1000 bbls. Kan. do., 800 boxes W. R. cheese, 150 " E.D. do 75 dor. plough lines and bed cords. 75 boxes 8 by 10, 10 by 12, and 12 by 18 glass. 100 boxes and X bxs raisins, Jw " lemons, 2 cases indigo, 1 cask madder, 25 bags pepper, i3U oucxets, The above will be sold very low at 85 Broad st. b McCREA A TERR. AS3. To Rniiroad and Turnpike Contractors. - TW1Z r,l1r, lo A 1 t. 12 dozen shovels. O 10 " mattocks, 10 " spades, 5 " sledge hammers, In store and fur sale low by 40 drills, 75 steel pointed erow bars, 50 crow bars, unfinished; McCREA A TERRASS. LIQUORS. Z.X PIPES fine brandies, 200 bbls. Pike's magnolia O 1 " Holland gin, whisky. 1 1 l - -I l I ann I ' n. ... J 1 Tenn. ree'd da. 40 bbls. port wine, some very 75 Bowers' do.. fine. 50 magnolia rye do, 25 " old Bourbon do., 40 " American brandy. 65 " N.E.rum, 50 '.' copper D. whisky, 25 " New York gin, 2t pipes cherry brandy; 6 bbls. sherry wine, 5 " Madeira do. 40 " sweet Malaga, 15 boxes Muscat wine, 25 " claret do., 20 " brandy cherries. 40 baskets champaign wine, ine above will be sold very lnr ant nn ItHaral tint, .t Um..! c4 1w " - a.ub. w. iumEj . wu IIIVW Shi U1 McCREA A TERRASS. TEETH. T"ENTISTS will please take notice the undersigned is our onlv apent in Nashville? &nd thoR wisViinff nnr make of Teeth, will please make their purchases direct of mm. an uas jusi received anoiner supply ol ieetn,wnicn, wilh his former stock, makes it large and complete. He has also on hand a few fine cases of Dental Instruments, all complete ; also, Forceps, Files, Pluggers, Excavators, Buns, Drills, Bench Vices, Corruudum Files, Wheels, Ac. ror saie oy A. STKfJ.Uli, (Formerly Stretch A Orr,) Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Corner College and Union Streets, Nashville. Tenn. feb6-tf ' R. L. CRENSHAW- ti.S. WP.lUTtT. SOMETHING NEW. WE, having completed our Shop, and put up all our machines, are ready to do all kinds of Carpenters' work on the khortest noticr. SASH. BOORS. BLINDS, MOLDINGS of all sixes, BANISTERS, LATTICE and BLINDSLATS. dreted SHELVING, DRAWERS, WIN DOW and DOOR FRAMES of aU sixes, completed. Boxes of all kinds on band at all times; CIRCULAR WORK of any kind done; LUMBER of all kinds dressed or sawed to unysixe, from one quarter of an inch to thirty inches squire. Persons wanting any thing in our line, would do well to give us a call before purchasing else where, as we are determined to do all our work well, and gire perfect satisfaction, and as cheap as it can be done. All work delivered to any house in tewn without cost. Shop on Broad street, west of the Nathville and Chatta nooga Railroad, where we will be found at all times ready to wait on any person that wants work. ... . t Feb 14 ly CRENSHAW ALRIGHT. THIS DAY RECEIVED by expres, the largert stock of SUMMER WRAPPING we have ever offered;- -ALSO ' s An extra lot of EMBROIDERIES, in Chemiselfs and" Sleeves, Collars, Coharets, Basques, Cottage Capes, JacJ net and Swiss Bands and Ruffles, Ac. ALSO A splendid lotor MOURNING COLLARS A SLEEVES, both separate in sets. DRESS GOODS, of all the rewest styles that are out, in Silks, Bereres, Tis sues, Organdies, Jaconets, Ac Ac. All of which we will sell at the lowest possible prices for cash, or to jromjt buyers on time. mhl 4 R. C. McNAIRY A CO. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. ALL persons knowing themselves in arrears previous to first January, are earnestly requested to make inline laie payment, and those indebted to It. C. McNairy revious to January, 1854. had better come up at once, or bey will have to settle with an officer. jan23 tf. R. C. McNAIRY A CO. DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Howards A Haeeu is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted to us arc rtquested to cal and pay; and these having claims against us to present them. The business will be continued by Jo. Edwabds. We solicit for him the patronage so liberallv bestowed on tSe old firm. .10. EDWARDS. Nashville, June 1, 1655 T. O. HARRIS. SUNDRIES IN STORE AND, F.OR. SALE BY Wessel & Thompson, UNION STREET. 2"T lilSLS Cranberries; ) iS hf-bhls do; 25 qr-bbls do; 50 boxes Rai9ins ; 30 hf-bxs do; IU bogs SS Almonds: 20 cases Ijardinei halves and quarters ; 100 doieu London Porter pints and quarts; 25 qr-bxs do: 0 dozen Scotch Ale ; 4 cases Pruuesinglass jars;100 uo Assorted Pickles. jan24 i ao ao in Doxes; JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER TWEED i HALF PIPES OLD OTARD BRANDY; 2 quarter casks Superior Madeira; 1 do do do Sherrv; 1 do do do Port;" 20 baskets Bollinger Champagne. For sale by (ju24) WESSEL A THOMPSON. ON DON PORTER. 100 dozen' Jjundnn Pr.rlprnF extra quality, received this dav. and lor sale hv jan24 WESSEL A THOMPSON. SCOTCH ALE. 50 dozen Tennanfi Ale, received this diy and for sale by jan2t WESSEL A THOMPSON. nnEAS. A few chests of Fine Black aud GreenTeas; JL of delicious flavor, received this day, and for sale by jan2t "WESSEL A THOMPSON. rpiIE FINEST YET. 30,000 Regalia Cigars, of X extra quality and well assorted, recei ved this day bv :..tw ... itrtvinnt m . . - O It ANGUS. 50 boxes Oranges in good condition re ceive' this day by feb21 WESSEL A THOMPSON. c RACKNELL BISCUIT 100 boxes fresh Crack nell Biscuit. Received bv mh22 WESSELL A THOMPSfW SWEET ORANGES 10 bbl Havana Oranges, and 25 boxes Sicily. Received this day by ml)22 WESSELL A THOMPSON. COCOA NUTS 1000 fresh Cocoa Nuts. Received this day by mh22 WESSELL A THOMPSON. K A IS INS 150 package itaisins iu bxes, halves and quarters. Received br 4 mh22 WESSELL A THOMPSON. N UTS so bbls Nuts assorted. Received bv mh22 WESSELL A THOMPSON. XTRA PRINCIPE. CIGARS.-15.000 of the above received by Express tbis dav bv feb9-tf WESSEL A THOMPSON. CHEESE 25 boxes extra Nutmeg Cheese, received this day and for sale by apl5 WESSEL A THOMPSON. SMOKED BEEF 1 cask Smoked Beef-an excel lent article received by apl5 WESSEL A THOMPSON. H A .MS 1 caskextra Sugar-cured Hams, for sale by . apis WESSEL A TUOUPSON. IKESH FRUITS A supply of Strawberries and i Raspberries received this day by . apl5 WESSKi, A THOMPSON.. DUTCH HERRING 25 kegs Dutch Herring re ceived and for sale by C- Bpl5 WESSEL A THOMPSON. rettVromK. "CUlT-loo boxes received di RniT ""ding, EneIand. by nxopi; v.....:: r " m. iiiUM t i0. . & terms.ftoTooXTslock" SpT 8 U. S.'WELLEK. MISCELLANEOUS, k HUGHES BROTHERS, DAGOES REAN ARTISTS AND DAGUEEROTYPS STOCK DEALERS. C.C. nUOHES. Union slreet, over. Stretch A (Jut's. F. N. HUGHES, C9 College streef. late Dobyns A Co. AT EACH of these Galleries the public can b-fficgs . tain first class Pictures, as we use, the bo3tJjj!; Ualerial and largest and most approved Apparatus. Our Rooms are neatly fitted up, with Powerful Side :ind Sky Lights, the only ones in the city, which is acceded by all Artists and Connoiseures to be the best for taking large FAMILY GROUPS so as to dispense with those dark aliadows so gnerally seen and objected to. We have a beautiful PIANO ror the use of the LADIES. As 'ire attend personally to bur Sitters our patrons may rely on-polite attention, and Pictures second to none. Citizens and Strangers aro politely invited to visit our Rooms, whether they need Pictuies or nut ' novl If ' SODA WATE2. WE would respectfully invite tint intention of the com munily.to ourSODA .FOUNT, which, from its pecu liar construction, enables us to furnish a draught more highly impri-guated with gas than can be bad Irom any fount" in the West. The apparatus being entirely new, and so furnished that no deleterious properties can be taken from the fount or pipes, we can a.ifely recomriend it as a pleasant and innocent drink. This, together with the su perior quality and flavor of oor Syrups, will, wearesnre, induce any person to repeat the dose who will give us a call. mayl6 DEMOVILLE A BELL, 26 Cherryst. LADIES' BONNET BOXES. Just received, an assortment of Ladies' Bonnet Boxes, sin j Ie and dou ble tops. For sale at the lowest prices. mhll 7.A. AGE A CHURCH. 42 College St. "MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invaluable Booh Jbr 25 cents "Every FamUj should have a Copy." npWENTY THOUSAND Copies gold in lrsa 1 than 5 months. A nw pditmn ravan.Jj ana unprovea, just issued. n. nrrvi"LDa iiL'Twnt? itivmi AND HAND BOOK for the AFFLICTED containing an ontlineofthe origin, progress, treatment and cureof every form of disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual' inter-, course, by self abuse or by sexual excess, with advice for their prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and everything that would offend the ear of decency, from the result or some twenty years success ful practice,.exclusively devoted lo the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cure of the abovidis eases, and a treatise on the causes, symptoma'and cure of the' Fever and Ague. Tetomoxt or. tne Poor, or Odsietkics in Pc.Cot- uai, Philadxipsij DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MAN. UAL. The aathor of this werk unhke the majority of those works who advertise to cure the diseases of which it treats, is a graduate of one of the best Colleges in the United States. It affords me pleasure to recomrxend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a successfnl and experienced practitioner, in whose honor and integrity they may placo the greatest confidence. JOSEPH LONGSHORE. M. D. FbomA.Wcoowaeo,M. DorPcix. Usiveesitt, Phil adelphia. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of the Author, of tie "Medical Man ual. ' Numerous cases of Diseases of th Genital Organs, Boms of them of long standing, have cone under my no tice, in which his skill has been manifest ia restoring to per fect health, in some instances where the patient, has been considered beyond medical aid. In thetreatmentof Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the f inctions,produced by self abuse or excess of renery, 1 do not know bis supe rior in the profession. I have been acquainted with the Author some thirty years, and deem it net more than justice to him, as well as a kindness to the unfortunate victim of early indiscretion, to recommend him as one, in whose pro fessional skill and integrity, they may safely confide them, selves. ALF. WOODWARD, M. D- "This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and intelligible work published on the class of diseases which it treats. Avoiding all technical terms, it addresses itself to the reason of its readers. It is free from all objectiona ble matter, and no patent, however fastidious, e to placing it inthe hinds of his sons. The author has de voted many years to the treatment of the various complaints treated cf. and 'with too little breath to puff and 'too lit tle presumption to impose,' he hasoffredto the world at the merely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits of some twenty years most successful practice " Herald. "No teacher or parent should be without the knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of pain, mortification and sorrow to, th youth under their charge." People? t Advocate. APresbytenan clergyman in Ohio, in writing of "Hun el's Medical Manualsays: "Thousunds upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and influence of the passions, have been led into the habit of self-po'Jution withnut realiz ing the sin and fearful consequences upon themselves and posterity. The constitutions of thousands who are raising families have been enfeebled, if not broken down, and they do not know the cause or the cure. Anything that can be done so to enlighten and influence the public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide-spread source of human wretshedness, would confer the greatest blessing next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generations. Intemperance (or the use of intoxi cating drinks,) though it has' slain thousands upon thous ands, is cat a greater scourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-worker in the good work you are so actively engaged in." One copy, (securely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free of postage, to any port of the United States for 25 cents, or 6 copies for $1. Address (post paid,) COSDENACO., Publishers, Box ISC, Philad. Booksellers. Canvassers and Book Agents supplied on he most liberal terms. "They should find a place in every American's Library." Daniel Webster. ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. On the first' of December w ill be commenced a kcw and improved iditiox or THE ENTIRE WORKS OF J. FENIMORE COOPER, With all his Latest Corrections and Revisions, enti tied, THE PE0PLT3 EDITION. with an ila&orate Lin or rat author, is- one rcironx t . . VOLClIC A volume will be published on the 1st and lEth of every month "until the series is completed. Elegantly jrinted, on superb paper, manufactured ex pressly for this edition, and bound in embossed cloth, ia a tasteful and cnilorm sty le. Price for each volume, OneDollab. Since the death of our illustrious novelist, the author of c-The Spy," his merits have bees largely canvassed bv the unties of all countries, and his rink may now be considered 8 definitely settled. It is agnedthat ho is not only the ooeatx.it and most national of oar own writers, but that be is of the class of Cervantes, Le Sage, Shakrpeare. Goethe, and Scott, whose displays of geniu3 in literature entitle them to a un'i7ersal and immortal popularity. Mr. Cooper was the originator of three distinct elapses of novels; those which illustrate modem nautical experieuce, those which deal with our own revolutionary liistory, and those of Indian and pioneer life in tbis country. In theee bree classes he has had troops of imitah-, but no equal ; and it is confessed that he is in none of them approach able. Says the Edinburgh Review; " The empire of the sea has been' conceded to nim by acclamation; and in the lonely desert or untrodden prairie, among the savage Indians, or scarcely less savage settlers, all eqnally a-knowledge his dominion. Within this circle none dares walk but he." Victob Hcoo, the greatest of cotemporary romancisls and critics, declares that Cooper in a creator, indeed, "a prodi gious genius," and in an elabcrate review of his works as serts his superiority to Scott This is the toue of the moat approved criticism of continental Europe. In this country, Washington Irving, Edward Everett, Bryant, Prescott, Bancroft, imd others of the highsst au thority in such matters, concur in acknowledging the amazing power, splendor, beituty and attractiveness of his productions. The undersigned, who oro the proprietors of the copy rights of ail the Novels and Tales or Mk. Coopss, propose Ui lsue an edition of them containing all his latest correc tion! and improvements, to be called THE PEOPLE'S EDI TION. The extraordinary success of their other editions does not permit them to doubt that this announcement will be received with the highest gratification by all their countrymen who, in the sell ction of their libraries, have a regard both for literary excellence, and the oultivation of a truly and dignified national character. The People's Edition will be issued on paper of the same size and quality as that used for the b Esttr,t!edi.ionof the Works of Irving, and In a similar slyls oljbinding, and the volume will be sold at the extremely low price of One Dol lar each, which is 20 per cent, lower than that or the works of any copy-right author presented in the same excellent manner. The volumes will be publishea on the FIRST and.FIFTEENTH of every mouthy commencing with the month of December, until the entire suricu is completed, making in all Thirty-Four Volumes. This carefully revised edilion will be more handsomely printed than any of the preceding editions. The semi monthly mode of publication bes been adopted, as the best method of bringing it within the reach of all classes; thus affording to the less affluent an opportunity to avail them selves of the privilege of securing, for a very moderate sum, the most beautiful and the must perfect tet of the Com plete Works of J. Fenioiore Cooper that has jet appeared. r STRINGER A TO iVNSEN D, Publishers, No. 222 Broadway, New York. Orders executed by all Booksellers. f dtc22. Premium Boot and Shoe Manufactory AMES W. H11IILTOX. KB EN FULLER HAMILTON As FULLER, TENNESSEE BOOT A SHOE MANffFACTOEY, Corner Market and iSpring Streets, Nashville, Tens. WE would inform our friends and the public that we are still at our old stand on Market street, where we have on hand, and are manufictnriog, a much better assortment of work thin e have ever before offered to the public, consisting iu part of the following kinds: Men's superhue French Calf Boots and Gaiters ; Men and Boys' tine Call Shoes, Oxford and Monroe Ties; Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Calf and Kip Boots, water proof ; Men's, and Boys' Kip and Thick Boots, double and sin. gle soles ; Men's, Boys' and Youths' Kip Shoes, double and sin gle soles ; Double Sole Negro Brogans; House Servants' Shoes, heavy and light; Youths' and Children's coarse and fine Shoes ; ALSO Ladies' and Misses' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; tt a a Kid " " ' " French Mo. ' ii Tampico" - " " " " " French Morocco Boots, sewed and pegged. We are making our on irork from select stock, and in good styles, and warrant every part of the workmanship. Prices Imo and uniform. J3J" Work made to order. Also, repairing promptly and xkatlt done. tgy Cash paid for Hides or taken in exchange, janll ly HAMILTON A FULLER. LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paying the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per sons at a distance having warrants tosell by sending to ns by tnailorotherwise may depend on getting the highest prises at which they lire selling at the time in' Nashvilie, and lbs cash remitted or paid to order. julySl DYER PEABLA 00. MERCHANDIZE. ESTABLISHED 1845 I THOMPSON & CQ.j Permanently Located at No, Ul Pnblic Square. WE can show to our customers this season one of the handsomest and best ssorled stocks of Sl'ZA'G A2H) aUHHER GOODS ever brought to this market. Having now most of our fine goods in store, we would be happy to see our customers and the public generally being determined to sell them at prices to suit the times. Bcreges and Tissues. We call particular attention to our stock of light fabrics for Summer Dresses. Eich Berege Robes flounced ; new article; do Crape de Paris do do; do Morie Antique Bereges; Figured and Plain Bereges in great variety. SPRING SILKS. The Ladies, upon examination, will find that our Spring Silks far surpass any that we have had heretofore. Rich Chenie Si.ks new article; do Plaid Poult deLoie; do do Erocjde. We have, also, a. very handsome line of Silk at one dol lar per yard. Piinted Muslins. A great Tiriely of Printed Muslin i. Also, Rich Organdies; do Muslin Robes. Lace Goods. In this department we are better supplied than ever having a better and larger assortment than usually brought to this market. Hich Veil Lace Collarette and Sleeves; da Maltese do do; do Point do do; do Honiton do do; do Val I.ace Collars and Sleeves ; Rich Piatt Lace Collars ; do" Honiton do; Real I'oint Lace Capes ; Rich Honiton do, some very fine; do Lace Handkerchiefs of all kinds; Yal Lace in great variety; Also, PUtt do do ; Engluh Thread in greet variety. Embroideries. Rich Embroidered Muslin Collars and Sleeves; do Venice I'oint do ; do Embroidered Collars, Jaconet and Swiss ; Very handsome Emb'd Muslin Dresses; UO ao juaunei jaconas wun Basque; do do do do do do do do Bridal RetinngHobes; Infant Dresses; Skirts; Uandrercniefs ; Jaconet Edging and Insertions; Swiss do uo; Jaco let Flouncing in great variety; Swiss do do; Fine Linen Cambric Insertion ; do do Edging; Emb'd Swisa Muslin for Dresses. Spring JIuutlcs. In our Mantle department will be found all the latest styles out Fine Embroidered White Silk Mantles ; do Colored do; Applique Mantles all kinds; Silk Crimped do; A large lot of Embroidered Muslin Mantles ; do do Basque Capes ; do Jaconet do; do Muslin Scarfs ; Lace, Scarfs, Points, Mantles and Shawls. Irish Linens. We have a large lot of Irish Linen on hand, which we propose selling at grcatlyreduced prices. Also, Table Damask, White and Brown; do Cloths, very fine; Linen Sheeting; Pillow Linen. Ribbons Handsome assortment of Strip. Ribbons ; do Ombre Shades do; do Plain do do; Trimming Ribbon in great variety. Cat pets. We expect, on the 28th of ihis month, to open a hand some lot of Carpets of all kinds and grades. Being bojght under very favorable circumstances, we will be able to ell them at reduced prices. Also, Satin de Laine for Curtains ; Worsted Damak do; Lace and Muslin Curtains all kindsand qualities. Staple Goods. Our stock of Staples consiits, Iu part, of Cottonades, Linen Drill, Plain Linens, Bleached and Brown Domestic, Hosiery in great varietv, Black and Colored Drap de Ete, Ac. Ac THOMPSON A CO , mh21 Nn. 21 Public Square. NEW SPRING GOODS FOR 1853. A. J. DUNCAN A CO., No. 70, Pnblic Square, Nashville, Tenucsee, HAVE now in store a large proportion of their exten sive stock of Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fan cy Dry Goods, Embroideries, I .acts, While Goods, Irish and French Linens, Silks, Hosiery, Trimmings, Ac; Which they ofTer on the most favorable terms. The trade and dealers are reques ed to favor them with an early call. They will also be receiving throughout the season regular shipments of every novelty in Dress Goods, Embroideries, Ac Ac A. J. DUNCAN A CO., No. 70 Pablic Square. N B. 300 bales Brown Sheetings and Drillings of Southern Mauufictcrc, for n hich ws are agents. feb21 A J. D. A CO. COPARTNERSHIP. I HAVE THIS DAY associated with mo in the Wholesale Grocery, Com mission, Receiving and Forwarding Businecs, Mr. WIL LIAM PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and style of LANIER A PHILLIP nov2 I- n. LANIEB. "VTOTICE ia hereby given that I have thiaday sold out IN my entire interest in the firm of H. S. FRENCH A SONS to U.S. A J. C. FRENCH, who become responsible for all the liabilities of the firm of U.S. French A Sons, and who arc alone authorized to receive duel or settle the bu siness of the firm. scp25 '51 L. n. FRENCH. L. H. FRENCH having withdrawn as above from the firm of H. S. FRENCH A SONS, the business will be con ducted by the undersigned, under the firm and style of 11. S. FRENCH A SON. U. S. FRENCH. ept25 J. C.FRENCH. E. F. BELL, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Opposite Sewauee House, College Street, No. 28, NASHVILLE, TENN., Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Flour, Bacos, Lard, Clover Seed, Millet Seed, Nails, Pow der, uig-ars, Tobacco, cc, &c- LIQUORS.-25 bbls New York Branay ; 10 bids New York Gin; 75 " D I) Tenntee Whiskey ; 10 ' Port Wine; 6 half pipes Coguiuc Brandy best brands ; 1 p'pe Holland Gin double swam ; 12 quaiter casks old Madeira Wine fine; 2 ha&kets Champagne do ; 25 boxes assorted Cordials. ap3 R. F. BELL. c IGARS AND TOBACCO. 25 M Cobden Cigars very superior article ; 25 " Kio Hondo do; 20 " Lopize do; 10 SI Washington do ; 10 " Roaece3 Pressed Cigars; 10 ' El Alamo do; 10 " La Palmaresl do; 10 Jenny Lind do; 10 "El Divan do; 10 " Ariana do; 25 boxes Barry James Virginia Tobacco; 25 " Blair A RaysdiU's do; 6 " IiO National do ; 10 " St Nicholas do; 60 " Mnsselman's best brands do; 60 Langliorne A Armistead's do very supe'r. The above are offered for very low prices for cash, by qp3 It. F. BELL. t UNDKIES. 20 bbls crushed and powdered Sugars; O lo bbls Clover eed; 25 bags Early Irish Potatoes f .r planting ; 20 dozen boxes fresh Kentucky Mustard ; 20 " Brooms ALSO Sugar, Coffee, Molasses. Spices, Indigo, Madder, and many other articles in my line. In store and for sale low by R F.BELL, ap3 No. 23 College Si, opposite Saaanee llotiae. 100.000 B0XES Sold Annually in Tennessee! JUST received, direct from New York, 8,640 FRESH BOXES. THE VEGETABLE PILLS, Prepared by the Gracfenberg Company, Were compounded after long study and observation of the laws of nature, and a close reflection upon the properties of different medicinal sgents, so that, taken together, they should form a pill which would act iu harmony with these laws, and aid nature herself to work u cure. We must ob serve lhat when the body Is diseased, the various organs composing the vital system make effort to throw off the dis order, and it is to aid these organs in their work that medi cine is designed. The remedies too often used will cot do this, but will, by main force, if we may use the expression, upset the whole vital organization, and, while carrying off the diseased matter, willleave every part of the system un strung, even if it do not bringonotherdfrangements worse than the first. Tltt true, eyeration "f mtdicm if to five increised activity to the wan potiemtd oy nature fir tht teinocalof ttecausetqf diteatt. 'fhiscan be done by gen tle means; and we know, from observatii-ii and experience that the Orucfenberg Vegetable Pills combine the kinds and quautitiesof vegetable remedies necessary to effect the desired eud. The inventor ef the Pills was for many yean afflicted with a complication of diseases, the result of eome bilious de rangement. It seemed utterly impossible lhat his health Miould ever be restored, and the best exertions of the pro feasion were all in vaia. A physician himself, ho spent many a treaty ho'nr in reflecting oh medicine ond its ef fects; and to (he torturing pains of a sick bed may be (raced the discovery of a pill which restored the discoverer to health, and which is now in constant use by hundreds ol thousands, who can attest its efficacy. Price, 25 cents per box, or five boxes for $L IlADglSOS. TrSKISSEE. Gentlemen; TheGraefenbergMedicinesare taking tine lv as the people are becoming acquainted with thtm;the barsaparilla has eppeclady done wonders in cases of liver and lung complaints of long standicg one case in particu lar, that of Judge Gardenlure, who his been confined to his house for nearly two years with an internal disease, so bad that he was afraid to walk out of sight for fear he would drop down. Two bottles of harsaparilla and three boxes of the Vegetable Pills have mne him quite well and stout. He is now attending to his bwiness as acitvely as he ever was, and it would please you lo aear him express him self in favor of your medicines. I'lmf nil give satisfaction in eveay case. SAM UEL A. MACKENZIE, P. M. 3?" For tale by ALEX. MACKENZIE, Nashville, and by every Druggistin the State. mbI4-tf PRINTED LINEN CAMBRICS. Just receiv ed, a few pieces Printed Linen Cambrics, which will be sold 50 per cent less than cost Also, some Satin Plaid Bereges at a great deal less than cost. Muslin and Jaco- j nets less than cost. gp25 THURSTON A BERNARD, i HARDWARE- Tf cS P o Q t p a eo w 02 or? 4 2 CO CO .2 S3 O QO O M GQ T3 3iS 3 - tt3 n a 6r ca.2 a W w t) . . 3 o W o o NEW ABBIVALS. C. W. ROBERTSON & CO., No. 14 College Street, between Spring: and Union SU, '-at the Store formerly octmpied by RoBEKTo.f A BuADsaAir. xa sn riLLJs, TEjfyessirs, -rib a it a v t mis day received a large stock or, 1 ey have flj Gentlemen's superior French Calf Stitched and Pump Sole Boots : and those whs want i a good nt will do well to call and 'ry us on, as tney nave been seieciea expressly tor tne itetaii trade, ana are ot tne latest styles. C. W. ROBERTSON A CO., my!2 14 College street. 3. MOORE, TOBACCONIST, WHOLESALE A RETAIL, Corner of Cherry and Cedar Streets, NASHVILLE, TENN. I WOULD announce to my friends and the publiic gen erally, that I am prepared to furnish them with the fol lowing articles ten per cent. less thaj any other bouse in the city, for cash. I purchase for caeb, so that I save from ten to twenty-fire percent, on the following articles; Meerschaum Pipes, warranted GENUINE ; Dutch Pipes largest stock in the city ; Snuff Boxes, large variety ; Snuffs Rappee, Maccoboy, Scotch, Garrett's, Room's, Ac. Smoking Tobacco of all kinds ; Chewing do Langhome A Armistead's, Diadem Twist, Fig LJL Sill's, Ac Ac. " ..L Also, just received, a superior article of Ale, for sale by the barrel. I have ou.hand a lot of superior Havana Cigars, whole sale and retail. Country dealers will do well to call, as I can furnish th?m wilh every thing in the business. janll tf T SEHI-'WEEKLY NASHVILLE, SMITHLAND AND PA DTJCAH PACKET. THE neat Iignt draught packet ALIJUA, Mv Iv W. J. llinuov Master, will hereafter 11 " run as a regular Semi-weeklv Packet be tween the above Dorts : leavine Nashville everv MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock, X. SI., and Paducah on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 2 o'clock, P. M., stoppingat all the intermediate landings. For freight or passage, having good accommodations, ap ply on board, or to mh30 A. HAMILTON. Agent. VatDSLOAS. s. r. CBOOKSBAXXS. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. rpHE undersigned having taken the Urge and cdfJ X commodious Shop on lower Market Street formerly occupied by the late Fred Sloan, will continue to manufacture Carriages and Buggies on the latest and most improved style. All orders left with us for new work or repairing will be attended to promptly. We hope by close application to business Weceive a liberal patronage. JMT Ail new woricwaaniea izmonms. 5ec3 tf FEEP.SLOANACO. H. X. UTRRS. A- C CAKTI2. CARRIAGES THAT MUST BE SOLD. w E have yet on band about TWENTY. FIVE FINE CARRIAGES, ROCKWAYS AND BUGGIES of the newest style, warranted the very best material and snnerior workmanship, all of which we are determined to sell at some price or other in the next ninety days. All who want Buggies' cheap come along. MYEKS A CARTER, 5, Market st. aug.ll. b. Opposite Nasbv'Me Inn. ENGLISH CATTJLB. TO Agricultural Societies snd others requiring the best Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, ith Devons, Hereford's, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. ALSO. Fine Southdown, Cotswold's and Licesler, SHEEP. ALSO. Suffolk, Essex and Berkshire SWINE. Itn sorted on Commission bv Messrs. TH0S.3ETT3 A BROTHERS. Every information with regard to terms and, shipments jfStoci: to America, will be strietlyattendedtoby apply ngto E. G. Eastman. Nashville, Tenn. jeS4 GUK POWDER. I HAVE now on hand, and will hereafter keep a con stant supply of, the following article:. Dupont's Celebrated Rifle and Joportinjf Pow der, in canisters, quarter, half and whole kegs ; Tennessee Blasting, in kegs of 25 lbs and bbls of 100 lbs; Safety Fuse, made by Toy, Bickford A Co warranted superior. 5 Railroad Contractors, Miners, and tht trade .generally, supplied at the lowest market rates VST AH orders shall meet with prompt attention. WALTER SCOTT, Ag't for Manufacturers. X3T Office with E.S, Cmathax. i Ca, corner pf Spring. and College streets. LJanI6u DAOUEEBE0TYPES ! DAGUEREEOTYPES ! ! CHARLES C. GIER3 would respectfully inform his customers, and the ladies particularly , that he has re moved from Cedar street to the corner of Deadftrfgk and and College streets, over Browne's, where be will be glad to see all who are in want of fine and life like pictures. He has gone to great expense iu fitting ap powerful side and sky lights, and his rooms are fitted up in elegant style. He has engaged the servicesexperiencsd and pouts po em ore, and is determined to make bis the .Model Estau-, liihment of the South West, and feels assured that he will be able to give satisfactisn. He invitos the public to call and examine his specimen as aso some fine Oil Paintings, by tha old masters, just re ceived from Europe, which he offers for sale very low. Call at the cornerqf Deaderick street and the Square. NB. An experienced operator-, si wuya.jeady lor any outdoor work, such as t&kiog buildings, deceased persons, jtc. jaulu tC E. B- DURBEE. 183 WATER MJUlJiT, YOZK, Manufacturer and Proprietor of DURKEE'S YEAST or BAKING POWDER, Importer and Deal.Ttn CREASI TARTAR, Sup Curb. Soda, "Sal Soda, Tastilx Soar). . Black Lead, . Britiit Lustre, Ref 'd I'earlisli Saleratns, Cooking Extra'ts dee lv Matches-Wax1 A Wood VACCINE VIRUS Wo bave'a few1 Scabs on hand, which, we think; are reliable DEMOVILLE A BELL, Druggists, Snl7 No. 26 Cherry street. TCE CREAM MELON; a few more Chinese Uoo- ;,.! r.m tha lirmtft r.f P. MM)nna!d. Lourarilh. Just received by mayl7 B. S. WELLE R. 'lllHrMST THE undersigned has Just received the'best snd most convenient Breast Pumps ever invented. For rale by AARON STKETCH. J. A. DEKRT. W. B. DKERT. B. X. DEERT DEERV BROTHERS, ALIS0NIA MANTFACT USING COMPANY Office No. 19 J Publia Sauare, NashvilU, Tennesset may22 twly.- -TROUADE,SILK AND LINEN CRAVATS. JL3 Ree'd this day, an elegant assortment of Silk and Linen Cravats lateat styles. .,,14 MYERS A McQILL. OWNER WANTED ror five crates (Jaeensware received per steamer Rescue, marked "George Alex ander, Nashville, Teun." mhk W. 1L GORDON A CO. JL'ST RECE1VED Gunnies. For sale by -500 sacks Missouri Oats in II. S. FRENCH A SON. PIANO FOR SALE A BARGAIN. A supe rior, powerful and brilliant tone 7 Octave Rosewood Piano Forte, scarcely used, and made to order by one of the best maker. Price 525; will be sold for ftlO tbe owner leaving Nashville. It may be seen at E. SIORTON'S Mu sic S'ore,- Union street. apS tf UGAR. 200 hhds Sugar fair to prime, foraJiTby marl IL S, FRENCH A SON. R UiU. 20 bbls N. K.liaui. Jest rtcclred snd foi salt by G lORN 500 bags in store and far sale bv McCREA A TERRASiv ICE CREAM. Ladies, come along! Our Ice Cream Suloon is now open tor the season ; and you can rely upon getting the pure article: mayl WESSKI. A THOS1PSQN, 43 Union st. JUST ARRIVED. A SUPERIOR lot of one and two horse Brinley'J pre mium STEEL PLOUGHS, oC Kentucky. Also, a lot of Cultivators, Western Corn Sliel'ars. Wheat Fans, Corn Crushers, Thermometer Churn, 155Mks esd Corn, low for cash. B. S. AY ELLER. n.iio- n r,r v.w York He&vmi Mi- chines, and Ketchum's Mowing JUchines and Threshers. MISSOURI and TENNESSEE OAT& A supolr for Kfd. ar,2fi O- n-fci'LUVt. BARRY'S TR1COPHEROUS. 1 Trross of this excellent Uait Tonic, in store and for i sale . bv I FANCY SOAPS. X Urge lot of ToUet, Detersive and Ponclne-Soap; for sale cheap by clpnmm co ; aa:5H5 - UO" J5 o SeTq g2gl JL. 'g; IlitHCra jHipiu.ri K'wut-U , also. Five Foot Cucumbers, fine for pickling ; White Vege T? Wont A rvr rT Krntt'n KAfriorKnilnrii a snoa- .RAILROADS, &C. SOUTHERN ROUTE : RATES REDUCED 1 F- BOX the loth Inst 'to the 1st of June, the Rates Freight fresa Charleston and Savannah to Nashville will be as follows: FIRST CLASS. Books and Stationery-, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Bottled Liqoers and Oils; ,'Campeiaeand Spirits Turpentine, in casks and barrels, Carpeting. China, Gloat and Glass Ware, Cigars in eases. Clocks. Confectionery, Cutlery, in boxes and cases, Dry Goods, in boxes and bales. Drugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seeds, Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, " at owners risk." Oysters, in cans and jars, Saddlery, Tin Ware, Teas and Spices, perlOO lbs. $1 C5 SECOND CLASS Hardware, "except Cutlery," Heavy Castings and Ma chinery. 3 Foreign Liquors, ia barreU or pipes, Cordage, Tobacco, In boxes, Carnage Springs and Axles, Leather, in rolls and boxes, Oils, in barrels or casks. Crockery and Queens, ware, in crates and casks, Eice.Zinc, Whiting, Plaster of Pans, Ac per 100 lbs. o S5 SPECIAL RATES. Boxes, Furniture. Piano Fortes, Carriages. " boxed," and other light articles, not enumerated. Also. Carboys of Acids, will be tken at actual weight, but charged double, 1st class rates per 100 lbs. 2 20 AH articles not enumerated, lobe charged at rates of anaUgous articles. From the 1st of June to the 1st of December, they wilL be charged as follows: 1st class, as above, per 100 lbs $1 20 2d do do do do oo Special rates, do do 2 40 Merchants shipping from theEistern cities will find this the cheapest, as well as the most expeditious route. Freights from New York and Philadelphia to Charleston' and Savannah, ranges from 6 to 12 cents per cubic foot, according to class and character of vessels. As the Railroad Companies at Charleston and Savan nah have discontinued the Receiving and Forwarding of Merchandise, it will be necessary to consign to Commission Merchants at those points. " Shippers' mayTely npon a strict adherence to the above rates. U. I. ANDERSON. Snp't, N. A. C. R. R. SPECIAL NOTICE. No shipments entitled to the above rates unless each and every package has the name of the Depot of delivery, and tbeinitials N. A C. R. R. plainly marked upon It Nashville. Jan, 11 tf II. I. A. .RAILROAD NOTICE. rlOTTON destined for Charleston wiil, on and after this 85centsperl00lbi.forexcc&sofover 500 lbs, septia H.LANDERSON,Sup'tN.A.C. P..R. , PENNSYLVANIA JvAILUOAD. riUE Great Central Route, connecting tho Atlantic cities JL with 'Western, Ncrthwestern,an Southwestern States, by a continuous Railway direct This road also connects u. nuaoarg wim aany me Ol Steamers 10 an po ns on the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with Stealers to all porta on the Northwestern Lakes ; making the most direct, cheapest and reliaUe rout by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Great Wat Kates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg: FlRSTOLASa Boots. Khoes, Dry Goods r ,1, (in boxes.) Furs. Feather?. Ac. J .5c per 100& SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, j Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea- f-0c per 1001b ther, Ac J THIRL . CLASS.-Anvil Bagging. Bacon, , ft and Pork (in bulk,), Hemp. Ac J " v FOURTH CLASS. Coffee, Fish, Bacon, 5 ,nnn and Pork (packed,) Lsrd and Lard Oil, 40c ?rl00b J3f In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila delphia,, be particular to mart package " tia J'tnnsyltania Jtailroad." All Goods consigned to the Agents of this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention. Fanaar Agists. Moses Potter, Boston; J. L. Elliott, N.York; E.J. Sneeder, i'bilsdelptii-.; Mugmw & Koon. Baltimore; George C. Francitcn.'', Pittsburg; Sprigman A Brown, Cincinnati, Ohio ; J. S. Moorhe-id. I-ouisville, Ky.; B.C. Meldrura, Madison, InJ.; H.tclilf A Co., St Louis, SIo : J. S. Mitchell A Son, Erartsrille, ItiL H. U. HOUSTON, General Freight Af'ht,PhUa.la. H. J. LOMBAERT, Sup't.AUonna, I',t. janl ly PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for PitUburg at 7M. A. M., and Pitts burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia fur Pittsburg al 1, P. JL, and Pittsburg for Ph.ladelphia at 1, P.M. THK NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M, and Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, P. JL The above lines connect ul Pittsburg with the Railroads to and from St. lxm;s. JIo ; Alton. Galena and Chicago, 111.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra Haute, Madison, Lafayette nd Indianapolis, Indl; Cincin nati, Dayton.SpringtieM, Bellefoutaine, Sandu-ky. Toledo, Cleveland, Colnmbus, Zanesville, JIas.illon, and Woosler, Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans. St Louis. Louisville and Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be had to or from either of the above places For further particulars, see Handbills at the different starting points. Passengers from the West will Cnd this the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New i nrk or Boston. TUOS. M00RE. AnecT, Pasener Lines. PhUeda. J. MESKIMEN, Aqkst, Pastenger lutes, Piitslur-j. Philadelphia, 1S55 jail ly HARNDEN'S Northern and Southern Express ! YE0M.NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, Ac, Via Savannah. HAYING been appointed Agent for the above Company at Nashville, 1 respectfully inform the citizens of Mid dle Tennesse.that thUCbmpany Expresses from New- York and Philadelphia by the Regular Lice of Mail steamers to Savannah, and have coucluded their arrangements with the Central Raiboad,JrIcon A Western, Western A Atlantic, East Tennessee A Georgia, and Nashville A Chattanooga Railroad, and are now-running daily Messengers on-all tt.e above roads. This will enable the Company to brin Goods through from New Tbrk to Nashville in six dayivad the charges will not exceed that of Expressing froin'New1 Yorlc to Louisville. The Company will also forward Specie, JUnk Notes, Drafts, Bills for collection, Ac Also, eteiy description of Merchandise and Valuables to Northern cities and all inter mediate places on the abovo Roads. nov4-ly A. HAMILTON. FROM NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS. THROUGH IN FOUR DAYS. TtlDivffi. r.r-yg'i tyr Cu trin vr FARE, TBIR1Y DOLLARS. VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Jfont romcry by Railroad. Tickets to be had at the De- Ft .Price I6 10. p if . ,A ir..l,:i .tt . ,i,,v,i .l.;!.- y.nt. (mominj and evening) of Stages and Steamboats, connect 11. 1. A.iut.nnui,uen I oup 1 i-.. a u. NASUVILLE AND CHATTANOuGA RAIL ROAD. . DEPARTURE OF PASSNNOER, TRAINS. Express Jlail Train leaves daily for Chattanongi at II o'clock and "20 minute? P. il. Accommodation Train leaves daily for Shelby ville at S p ctocs, m. Through Tickf U to Savannah, Go., $5 0 " ' " W)lmingloa,N. C. tl'J 50 To be hud at the Tlclret Offlce, Passenger Depot feblO 1L I. ANDERSON, Supt. Transportation. J. II. CURltEY, " CABINET ilAKEE AND UNDEETAEEH B EOS LhAV E to mturm bis mends and tne public ireucnillr. thai he keebs cinistantlv on. hand Collins of every descriotion, from the plainest servants to the fine Jletalie air.ti'ht and air-exhausud Cof fins, the be t now in use for praserviog the Corps; together with good liearaes ana Horses, ana everjining nece&sary tor tmrials. All orders ieftatmr ware-room. No.51 Cooper'sBuildic?, Chernr sirwt will be promptly attended to, "ootli day fir night mj&Vti JJ. U. CUIiUKY. CHAIRS A Urge lot just, received fine and very BLOCKS 11 The best assortment in the city. tlTINDOVSirADES VV Of thelaredstvlea. ",r ATTRESSES A good afaonmfnt of Shnck-Cot XvX ton and bliuct, iloss and Spring Jlattrasses, on band and lor sale e neap. FURNITURE A large lot jrtst rcceiveJ; I wilt ex chance New Furnituiefor Old at fair rates. Furni ture made to order or repaired. All articles sold van-ant ed equal to the recommend given. 1ST Several PIANOS for rent. febl6 I. H MOVTON, 45 Unim Street HKMOVAL. The SOUTH NASYTLLE MANITFACTITKIKO COMPANY HAVE removed their DeinU lo FOOO'S NhW BUILD INGS, No. 13 COLLEGE STREET, South of Spring, where they will be pleased tp attend to the calls of their customers. Thev keep constantly up hand e-cry variety of FURNITURE) Tbwkful for the liberal patronage heretofore receiviVl, tbey solicit a continuance cf the same, and hope bi give general satisfaction. It II. GROOM ES, W. L. Nancs, Sec'y. President Nashville. Jan. IB . 1 855 tf MANNY'S IMPROVED PATENT REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES, F3B i4Ie by the undersigned, who is sole agent fur tho State of Tennessee. Price 1G0. feb.-3m. B. F. CHEATHASL ' Nasbvillk, Ticxy., Febrni ry, 1 SS5. We the undersigned, having u.-ed the last fea;on, Jlan nv's Combined Reaping and JfowingJIachiue, purchased from Col. B. F. Cheatham, take pleasure in testifying to its uyefulness and etnei mcy as a great labor saving machine, and, fnim experience, can testi fy to its capacity to reap or mo-v from 10 lo 15 teres per duy, and that lt will cut cleaner, and leave grain and hay in better condition, than when cut hv hand : and we take pleasure in recommending it to the wheat and hay growers of T.'uncssoo, as a machine calculated to gire universal satisfaction as a combined Reaner and Jlower. 1JT. JUIl. 0U.Arl, Oin. W. G. HARDING. .. vmt.r pup. I X- HIUASI VaUGUAN, of Dividson. VJL DO.NKIJiU.N - -J.-A PAYNE, JOHN II. HENLEY, HARVY SMITH, of Sumner. mhl JOHN BRANHASI. ) LATE RED POTATO. A lew btisheUot the Old Bound Red Irish Potuto. Th?se Potatoes aro the late itind, and. best suited to this climate fcf any ouer. They sever rot, are always mealy, and are tho most pro lific. Time for planting, about the 1st of June. 52T Calf quick, or you will not get any. raaylTtf R. CAMPBELL, opposite Crutcher House. DRUGS, &C. DISSOLUTION. a THE copartnership heretofore existing under the Brm and style of BROWN & GRUBBS, ia this daydis solved by mutual consent Jo. O. Blow is alone author ixed ti use the nam of tha firm in liqnidaticn, Ac JOSIAH O.BROWN. Nashville, June , 1355. "W-ItGEUBBS. JO. G. BROWN, HAVING purchased tha entire interest of Mr. W. B. Otxass, will continue the DRUG- BU3INEM3, at formerly, at the old stand,, where he will be pleased to sm his friends, Ac, Ac No. 43, College Streeet My stock of Faney Goods, Perfumery, Ac, is now-rsry eomplete, having received fresh supplies, selected by 5ef ,he finn in person, vix : Lnbin's, Barin'a, and Milci el s Ex tracts; American Tinct. and Ojrman Cologne Wa t.!r; iancTSoap; Haur and Tooth Bmahes, in every sivle ; Ddlnc s. and Lubin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrrstals, Chine, Metal and Glass Puff Boxes, several new" styles; Sfcelt . .. V 9 T on nana lidigo, Jiaaaer, Whita Lead. Linseed Oil, Turpentine. Ac. je9. 'Si 1TISUING TACKLEA larje stock selected br J? meof the firm, consisaag of Genuine Limericfc Hooks, plain and on Snoods; alio, Aberdeen, Uraveta leen, and Common Limerick Hooks; a splendid assortment of Lines. Cable Laid Silk and Sea Grass, Soon and Platsd Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 !jy; Floats of 'every vsriety; Reels. Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings. Fly Hooks, ie, Ac In sb;rt can supply those who can appreciate fine Teckle with almost every; thing they may need for the successful prosecution of this nsetnl calling. je9 JO. G. BROWN. 8 College st GOD-LIVER OIL. 5 Gro. genuine Cod-Liver On, just received from Roshton, Clark A Co's, by je9 JO. Q. BROWN. 43 College st LEECHES. 1,000 Swedish Leeches on hand and ror sale by JO. G. BROWN. 43 College ;t 1URE MANONGAHELA. WHISKY. 5 bbls . of the kbove just received, of prima quality; sold to us fur sir years old. je9 JO. O. BROWN, 48 College st STONE WARE. 2,500 pieces Stone Ware, consist ing of Jars, Chums, Jogs, Milk Pans, Butter Crocks Ac. of every size, just received. je9 JO. O. BROWN. 43 College st PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE. Constantly on hand. Harclar, Perkins A Co.'s celebrated London Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. je9 JO.O. BROWN. 43 Collegnst PEARL STARCH. 25 boxes of a very snperior article of Starch, just received br je9 JO O BROWN. 43 College st MEDICINE CHESTS. Just opened, a tine lot ot Medicine Chests, suitable for Families or Plantations. Also, 2 dozen Physicians' Saddle Bags, assorted styles, jett JO G. BROWN. 4S College st OLIVE OIL. 25 boxes Olive Oil, just arrived. Al so, 8 dozen of cLoite brand of Tuscany Oil, which, is superior to the ordinary Dine Oil, sold for tab e use. jeO JO G. BROWN, 43 College et FOR J ELLIES. lOo lbs Isinglass, Sheet and Shred. Also. 1 gross Spa rkliog Gelatine ; Dopuy's Extract o f Vanilla, Ac. jeO JO. O. BROWN, 48 College st. OLD .FOIL. Abbey A Son's Gohl Soil constantly on hand. JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st. C" ONGRESS WATER. Constantly receiving; di rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water. je9 JO. O. BROWN, ii College st LARD OIL. 10 bbls No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by jei JO. G. BROWN. 43 College at SPERM AND WAX CANDLES. 10 bxs Spena and Wax Candle s.this day received by june9 1855. JO. G. BROWN. 43 College st F I. A Y O R I N G Extract Lemon, " Rose, " O ranee, ' Vanilla. EXTRACTS. Extract Nutmegs, Cinnamon, " Pine Apple, " Peach. A. STRETCH, Wboleajj Received and for sale by and RiUil Druggist corner College and Union sts. my20 I?INU TOILUT WATERS Amber Lavender, Verbena Water, Lavender YY ater, Bay Rum, Florida Water. Uologne da, JIUliaeur do. Rose do. Orange Flower Water. Aromatic Vinegar, Just received and for aale in assorted sized bottles st may20 STRETCH'S DRUG STORE. I TUNE SOAPS. . Ambrosial Sharing Cream, Nymph Soap, Rose do, Italian Medicated Soap, Almond do. Snperior Honey do, Mailer's Fine Toilet Soap, Transparent Soap in bars Old Brown 'Windsor do, and balls, 'White do do. Omnibus Soap, Barber's Block; together with the moat favorite ktaf. Received and for sale low at maj20 STRETCH'S DRUGSTORE. BRUSHES. A large invoice or Clothes, Hair. Nail and Tooth Brushes, tor sale cheap by mh31 AARON STRETCH. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. C) MAGNIFICENT Building Lots in Houston's addition to Jj Ed gf field, fronting each 50 feet on Russell street and running back 170 fret to a 12 foot alley. A decided bar gain will be given. Apply to J. L. A R. W.BROWN, junelj Iw 44K Ct.erry Street 11. AY. SIIAFFEK, DIALS a Cabinet Furniture and all kinds of Undertaking. I AM now prepared to furnish on short notice any and every kind of COFFINS, from the finest to the plainest wooden coffin I have a new and line hearse careful dri ver and gvntle horses. Orders from the country or city left at my wart room. No. 6 College Striet, near Church, day or night will receive imtncdiaU attention by D. W. Dorris, my agent, at a fair prise only. P. S. Furniture repaired with neatness and dispatch. Jl at raises ci all kinds, and made tc order. K. W. SHAFFER, by je!5 3mdAtw a D. W. Dorris, Agent. 23Tew Furniture STILL coming; to R. W. SHAFFER'S, No. Collega Street, "ho intends to keep constantly on band vrry article in the Furniture lice to suit all mankind; together with Lamps, Gtrondolss. and a good assortment of Clocks. Matrasses constantly on hand and made to order. I have on band at prevent a good assortment of Childreu'j Willow Carriages, all ceap for cash or good paper, by mayS9 2m D. W. DORRIS. Agent TWO JIO USES FOR SALE, AND ONE FOR RENT. I0EF2U for ale two new BRICK DWELLING H0US fcS, on Kpowles Strpet, West N'ashville six roami each, and two story porch cisterns attached, good heal thy location, verr comfortable and desirable, and conve uitnt to a hoe sulphur welt A good bargain will be giien ou accommodating terms, or I will exchange for land on the Mississippi river. One of them is for tent until sold. : . if T ITT u mvVivn J, W.F. MANNING, BUENA VISTA SPRINGS. nPUE pnderiigned has taken and will keep the above 1. Springs for the prpscnt season, and as it costs a con siderable amount of money to have them well attended to, we hope to be snitained by a liberal public. A Uoiily pf any number will be waited on with waler- at tba'spring or gate at ti for the season. Small (ainUtei at $2 50. Single person pay what they think right june!3 LOTUAB EISEN A CO. VERY PARTICULAR NOTICE. ALL persons knowing themselves to be indebted to as previous to the 1st of January lavt, had better poms up before the lstof July, or tey will have to settle with an officer, as farther indulgence cannot be allowed. A oint ui the wise, As. R. C. McNAIRY A CO. itwelS, 1?55. PARTICULARLY CJ1EAP. WE have a tew passed style Be rages, that we are sell ing at less than half price. jnne!2 R C McNAIRY A CO. BELL AND BRASS FO UNDER Y, lln Krnrtf hM? . -'' vr THE subscriber rerpectfullr returns' his thanks to the public for past favors, and qr ''above fine, also J pnppvn iiun qhfvt mnv uinirpirrmiivM. w aa aat v usauui Mim iMaa v a v a f aa-4 . Together with every description of Metal ; Turnings, Jle talie Packings, Balbit Metal and Castinfj. Sodt Fonnts, Generators, Alt Pumps, and Pomps of every description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Cash will be paid at all times for old Copper and Brass Jan25-tf r B. COLE. Snuff and Tobacco. PETER LORILLARD, UAKCTACTCBER, No- 43, Chatham Street New-York. SUCCESSOR to Prrsaand Gcoaaa LonuCaaD, o9ers for sale all kin Is of Snuffand Tobacco in general use. Fur particulars, a Prici Current can bs obtained by ad dretflnj; as above. This Establish?0! is one of the old eat of tne kind in the United States. Feb 14 ly. DISORDERS OP THE BOWELS ! TVTO Medicise that has ever been introduced into this ceo. JL N tinn of lhe Couatrr has ben found so valuable as the GRKFENBERG DYSENTERY SYRUP. Thousands of bottles have been sold of late Years in tbis State ; and it has been found, in every case, to give instant relief in all eases of Dytenterynnd Dlarrhen,tbo Premonitory Stages of Cholera. Bloodr Flat. Gripings, Pain in the Stomach or Bowels, and all inciden.. tal complaints from eating unripe fruit, crude vegstablas. change of water, Ac. There Is no occasion to offer certlQeaLu far m tki-i-i. that baa been used in almost aver familr in ttm Kt.t. mh complete success. It was ud 6y the Board of Ueallij lo New York, and also at St Petersburg, In Russia, la tha Cholera Hospitals, when other remedies had failed, and is universally admitted to be the best and moat reliable med icine in existence for the disorders it professes to care. ma Jieuiciue is warrantea ; and mould it tail to curs a circumstance never yet known ths money will be, la all caies, refunded. The value of this Medicine and the confidence which tha pnblic n peses in it, has induced the subscriber to have it left for sale at all Drug Stores throughout the State. Plica per bottle 50 cents. ALEX. MACKENZIE FAEMIN& IMPLEMENTS AT II. S. WELLEU'Si No. 35, Markef Street,. NashViljc., Tenn. I HAVE just received, and offer for sale, all kinds of Implements and Tools for funning purposes, such as Steel Plows, Harrows. Corn SbelUr. Crushers. Laraj Boilers, SiiadeSjMattoeks, Shoyels, Picks, Manure FoJks, and Hay da. In a word, I have every tool in the garden ing and fanning business; all of which will be sold on liberal terms. Also lam in recrpt of a large lot of Garden sal Floner Seeds of the moat superior quality, frem i). Laa dreth, ot Philadelphia- I warrant Iham to giv satitlae ticn. Ceme and try tham. janll tf TAR CANDLKS t(XJ boxes Proctor A Crumbles Star Cindles, In store and for sale by juu2S W. H. GORDON A CO.