WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 10, 1853.
gr We keep constantly employed, -night and
day, six superior job workmen at very heavy sala
i i -s. These workmen are turning off some f tLo
neatest work, ever priuted in Nashville.
Mrs. Fjihrem made a very favorable impression
last uightjruhc character of Lucretia Borgia. We
may speak more at length, hereafter, of her points
as an actress For the present, we advise, our play
goers to turn out, and make Tier engagement profi
table. She. is o lady of high professional and per
The audience last night was quit6 a good' one.'
To-night the bill is equally attractive.
Coal Messrs. McRodkuts & McKee. Wehave
received a polite note from these gentlemen inform
ing us that the language of the paragraph In yes
terday's paper on "coal" is not applicable to them.
These gentlemen, as we learn from other sources,
ask uuiform prices W their coal, and enter into n.o
combinations for the purpose of increasing their
prices.,. We take pleasure in exonerating them
from any censure in this matter. We have not
learned ,tbe names of those dealers in coal who
have increased their prices of la"le,'but are credibly
informed that some of them are now asking as high
as thirty cents per bushel. We believe in the max
im of "live and let live," and shall always feel it a
duty to rebuke such a spirit of extortion.
No."4. The following Officers of Capitol Hill
Fire Company No. 4, were elected on Monday
evening, to serve for the ensuing six months :
Tnos. N. Hundley, President and Captain.
Geo. Foster, Tice-President
A. Nelson, Secretary.
O. Foster, Assistant Secretary.
J. W. McComds, Treasurer.
S. 0. Maruno, 1st Engineer.
E. Lawrence, 2d Engineer.
J. Haslaim aud J. P. Clarpt, Hose Directors.
J. Heverik and E. Work, Pipemciv
Geo. Williams and Joiin Bailev, Axemen.
J. L. Hundlev, Host,
ESF" The gentleman who left an advertisement
in our rountingrroom, yesterday, headed "carriage
for sale,'" will call and leave his name.
CEsT" The fine steamer JTuntsville will leave for
Memphis to-day at 0. P. M. She connects at Mem
phis with the steamer'. R. IF. llill, for New Or
leans. For freight or passage apply to A. Hamil
ExcELSior. Guards. This fine military company,
compefsed of gentlemen engaged in the Nashville
Manufacturing Company, made a handsome dis
play through our streets yesterday. Their uniform
presents a beautiful appearance plain and in every
"Your talented young friend, J. Crozier Ramsey,
Esq., it is reported, is a candidate for Judge in the
Athens Circuit. Democrat as he is, I do not be
lieve that there is another young lawyer in East
Tennessee who would fill the seat recently vacated
by the venerable Jadge Keith, with more dignity
and ability than Maj. Ramsey. As it seems the
Democracy are to carry every thing their own way
in this Legislature, I sincerely hope that if a mem
ber of that party is to receive this vacant Judges-hip
the choice will fall upon Ramsey." Athens
We are assured that Mr. Ramsey wa3 not a can
didate for any office before the Legislature, but in
terested himself in various measures pending before
it which East Tennessee is concerned.
NEW YORK. ADVERTISEMENTS.
It is sometimes very amusing, and always in
structive to the student of human nature, to read
the advertisements of the New York papers. Some
of them arc very rich. The following might be
considered of the "mysterious" kind. We take
them from the last New York Herald, of the 8th,
ah"d publish them without the usual price:
ATILA WILL HE EXPECTED ON WEDNESDAY
next, tlie 9tu inst, at the "old place." If cannot come
send a communication lo Harry.
K. EIGHT IS THE NUMBER. A. II.
MARY I WILL MEET YOU TO-DAY AT TWELVE
o'clock. - SIGMA.
M. TOE FRIEND OF M.B. W WILL HE IN
town, and at tlie usual place, on Wednesday next.
the luth inst., at 11 o'clock, A. M.
SENATE A jtkrxoo.v Session.
Monday, Nov. 14.
The Senate resumed the consideration of tlie re
port of the committee on tippling, andMr. Nave
concluded his remarks. Mr. Bowles rose for an ex
planation, which being given,
The question recurredontlie motion ofMr. Nave
to non concur with report of the committee, and
Mr. Jones offered an amendment providing that
venders shall take an oath that they will not sell li
quor to negroes, which he subsequently withdrew,
Mr. TJewley offered an amendment providing for
tlie repeal of the quart law.
Mr. Farquliarson moved the indefinite postpone
ment of the bill and amendment.
Mr.Nixon moved to lay bill and amendments on
the table, and make them the special order for
Thursday, which motion prevailed.
Mr. Jones, from the judiciary committee, report
ed favorably on the amendment to the bill to de
clare the powers of County Courts in tlie adminis
tration ol estates in certain paniculars. Concurred
in and bill passed second reading.
Also, reported favorably on the bill to allow tes
tamentary trustees to resign. Concurred in and
bill passed second reading.
AUo, reported favorably on the first section of
the bill tocreate a conventional interest. Report and
bin laid on the table.
Also, recommended the passage of the bill to
give county and circuit courts coucurrent jurisdic
tion with the chancery eonrts in taking accounts of
advancements, with an amendment, which was
adopted and bill parsed second reading.
Also, recommended tlie passage of the bill to re
peal all laws authorizing Grand Juries to send for
witnesses and pay the same in certain cases. Con
curred in and bill passed second reading.
Also, recommended the rejection of the bill to
amend the act of 1820, ck 22.
Mr. Bewley .moved a non-concurrence, which
motion failed, and the bill was rejected,
ntion laiieu, anu uic o 11 was rejecicu. 1
tT . . ! 11 1 1 . .1
Senate took up House resolution relative to the ,
it- 1 i:j 1 1 if. XTt.
moved to concur, which motion prevailed, and
Messrs. Nelson, Reagan and Carriger were appoint
ed the committee.
Mr. Farquliarson introduced a bill to amend the
charter of the South Western Roilroad aud for oth
Also, a resolution authorizing the Governor to
negotiate with theStiteof Alabama for the ceding
of all her territory North of the Tennessee river to
Mr. Carriger called up the bill to amend the inter
nal improvement act
Mr. Nave offered an amendment
Mr. Reid moved to lay bill and amendment on the
table, upon which motion a debate sprung up, and
A motion to adjourn to 10 A. M. to-morrow pre
SENATE HOKXivc sissios.
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1RV..
Mr. Nave introduced a bill appropriating $fi00
to the road from Papcrville to Taylorsville ; and
A bill appropriating $250 for road improvements.
Mr. Northcutt introduced a bill to incoqiorate
the town of Altamont; and
A bill more effectually to preserve tlie public
arms of this Slate ; which bills were severally read
the first time and passed.
The several internal improvement bills were pass
ed on the second reading.
The Senate concurred in the amendment of the
House to the resolution of inquiring into the con
dition of the Bank of Tennessee
mi 1 Til .1 I , Animl.t jf r,,rtft
to take stock in the Memphis and Clarksville Rail- (
111C U llillllHOlliiUK t"e I"'"") .uvuiiuiu,.. ,
The bill to incorporate tuc lcnncsscc .Associa
tion of steamboat owners aud captains; and
The bill to incorporate tlie Greenville aud French
Broad Railroad Company; severally passed third
The Senate took a recess until 2 J o clock.
HOUSE mohsixc session-.
Tuesday, Nov. 15.
The House met pursuant to adjournment
Prayer by Rev. L)r. Lapsley.
Mr. Wallace presented a memorial from five hun
dred and more of the citizens of Blount county, on
the subject of'tippling; referred. - J
Mr. RiciURDSoif. chairman of the committe on
Enrolled Bills, reported several bills as conectlv en-
UolledL-..'-,,..,.. . . .
Mr. CooPF.n, chairman ofTho committee "oirNeW
Counties and County iineSj reported on same, to
au thorise bills which had been referred to that6m
mitte, and they took their place on the calendar.
Mr. Smith, of Davidson, chairman of the commit
tee 6n Internal Improvements, made several reports
on bills heretofore referred to them. -
Mr. Harris, of the committee on Agriculture,
repotted on anie, two or three bills which had been
referred to that committee.
Mr. Brown, of Monroe, presented a memorial
from a numberof citizens of Roane county, praying
for a change of the line between Monroe and Roane
counties; read and referred.
Mr. Odell, of the Joint Select Committed on
Tippling, made a report against the resolutibq re
ferring the question to tho people, and against the
principle of tlie Maine Law; report withdrawn
Mr. Bpronn; chairman of the Select coramitTee. to
whoni was reported UTesolution on the subject of
puoiic Duuuing, kc., reported a lesoiuuonm lieu.
Mr. Clemoxs, of Davidson, introduced a resolu
tion directing the Comptroller to issue his warrant
in favor Df the public printers, &c
Mr. Harris, of Washington, introduced a" .bill to
repeal the quart law; read first time and passed.
Mr. Sykes, introduced a bill to secure theprppcr
ty 6f married women; read first time, passedf and
referred to the committee on the Judiciary; arid or
dered copies of tlie bill to be printed. '
Mr. Winchester introduced a bill to appoint a
State Librarian; read first time, passed and. refer
red to the committee on Education. 4
Mr. Bcllen introduced a bill to amend an act en-.
titled an act for the adjustment bf Insolvent Estates;-
reaa iirst tune ana passed. -
' Mr. Hume introduced a bill to repeal an act pas--sed
17th February, 1852, to change the line between"-
the counties of illiamson aud Rutherford; read
first time and passed, , . . , . A
Mr. Wheeler Introduced a bill tcupromote' fie-r
ligion; read first time and passed.
Air. -Llus, introduced a bill on the subject of
tippling reaa nrst time ana passed. .
Mr. Greer introduced a bill to incorporate the
Jackson and Mifih'n Turnpike 'Company; read " first
time and passed. ' - -
Mr. Dortcii introduced a bill to incorporate the
town of Sbmervillc in Fayette county; read first
time and passed. , . -
Mr. Lucas introduced a bill to amend an act passed
on the day of ;-readJirst time and
Mr. Martin introduced a hill for the relief of the
Stones ricer and States ville Turnpike Company; read
aud passed first time.
Mr. Brown, of Monroe, introduced a bill to au
thorize the entry of certaiulands. on Hiwassee river
read first time aud passed. .
Mr. Brown, of Monroe, introduced a bill to change
the line between Monroe and Roane counties; read,
past ana reierreu to tne committee on JNew boun
ties and County Liues.
Mr. Bdllen introduced a bill to authorize the sale
of vineous and other liquors, manufactured from the
groth and produce of this State on the premises
where made, &c
On motion the House took up Senate bill tb
amend the charter of the Hartsville aud Carthago
Turnpike Company; read first time,- -amended aud
CALENDAR OF RESOLUTIONS.
Resolution directory to tLc Committee on tile Pen
itentiary; read and adopted.
Resolution directory to the Attorney General of
tlieSth Circuit; read and referred,
Resolution director)' to the Bank of Tennessee,
Union Bank and Planters' Bank;' read and referred.
CALENDAR OF THE SENATE BILLS OX FIRST READING.
A bill to ameud the Internal Improvement law;
read first time and passed.
A bill to authorize the building of mill dams on
Stones river; read and passed.. ' j .-
Senate bill to incorporate the Central North and
South Railroad; taken up on motion, aud passed a
On .motion, the House adjourned until 2 o'clock.
Tuesday, Nov. 15.
nousE BILLS on second reading.
A bill to regulate the practice in the Supreme
Court and other purposes; read, amended and
Bill directing tho Secretary of State, Comptroller
and Treasurer to procure phper for the public print
ing; read and referred to the committee on Ways
Uill to prevent renters from selling the crops
raised on rented lands until tlie rent is paid; read
and indefinitely postponed.
Bill to amend an act entitled an act, passed 22d
January, 1852, to authorize and regulate county
subscriptions for Railroad slocks; read, passed and
referred to the committee ou Inturnal Improve
ments. Bill to authorize the Directors of the Bank of
Tennessee to appoint one Director for the Rogers
ville Bank, in Cocke County; read, amendrd and
Bill to incorporate the Tennessee, Western and
Charlestou Railroad Company; read, passed and re
feired. Bill to incorporate the Clarksvillo Female Insti
tute; read. paswd and referred.
Bill to incorporate the Union Wharf Company in
the town of Clatksville; read and passed.
Bill to incorporate a company, to build a Hotel in
the Town of ClarkSville; readand passed. ;
Bill to incorporate the Invincible Fire Company
No. 5. in the city of Momphi; read and passed. -
Bill to authorize the building of a levee south of
Ham Lake; read, passed and itferred.
Bill to establish a conventional interest and for
other purposes; read and referred to the committee
on Ways and Means.
Bill to protect the rightsof orphan children; read,
amended and referred to tho committee on Judi
ciary. Bill to give Henry Grayson further time of two
years to finish his Turnpike road.
Bill to amend the small offence law; read, passed
Bill to construe the 2d section of an act passed
1852, &c.; read, passed and referred.
Bill to repeal an act to declare Poplar Creek nav
igable, passed on the day of Jan., 1850; read and
Then on motion, the House adjourned until half
past 9 o'clock to-morrow morjing.
In our report of Saturday la3t we say that
Mr. Travis introduced a b 11 providing for the ap
pointment or election of one Tax assessor for each
county. We should have said Mr. Wood, of Harde
J57" Medicines which never fail to Rive satisfaction,
and can be relied on for the cure of the diseases for which
tliev are recommended.
K. J..S. BOSEisan Honorarv Memberof the Phil
adephia Jledical Society, and graduated, in 1850, from
the University of Pennsylvania, under the guidance of the
trulv eminent Professors Phvsick, Chapman, Gibson, Coie,
James and Hare, names celebrated for medicat sc.ence
l!;r. KiOirttml h tlinil4An1 llf llis TiatlctlU U) DUt UO hit
-j . ,v,;. .a ,. r,w,,h, r
Preparations, he now oilers to the public, as tlie results 01
!! KnnrU for the mst thirtv vears. the followiuir valu.
"'.y .. .. .. . , :k.k. ,
able Family Medicines, each one suited to a specific disease
DR. J. S. KOSE'S NERVOUS AN1 INVIGO
Tne Greatest Discovery in Jledical Science! This aston
ishing preparation for raising np a weak constituUon de
bilitated by care, labor, study or diseace acta like a chaim.
It gives strength and appetite, and possesses great invigora
tW Heart Diseases, all Xcrvou3 Affections, Flajulence
Heartburn, Kestlessncss, Numbness, Neuralgia, raising the
spirits, and giving power to the whole system, it is almost
miraculous iu its effect 50 cents a bottle.
A medicine for every Family.
Do you suffer with nnviain? If you do you will find
immediate relief by using l)r. J. S. HOPE'S PAIN CUKEIlr
It U the only preparation which cures almost instantly sore
throat, rheumalisin, from colds, pains in the side, back or
limbs face, oar, or tooth-ache, stomach or bonels, side or
or lack, stiff neck, bruises, corns, and chilblains. There is
nothing epiul to it for Jumps or rising in the breast Where
ver you tmvo pain use the Pain Curer, safe to all cges.
Privo 12';,', i!5 and 50 centt
For nil Discuses ot the Kidney nnd Bladders.
Vr.J. S- JCcae't tfwJ F.uid KrlrMt of Muchu.
This is decidedly one of the best lemedios ever used for
diseases of the kidnevs, Madder Ac, und also tor gout v af
recliuiis; always liigliiv lecommendcd by the late Dr. 1 Iiy
mc, and maii ol ll'.e most distinguished medical men
ubiuad. Price ro cents.
Gicat Curr for Cottqlis mid Colds.
Tub 15sr (.'urt.11 Siut p in tub v'oli: Dr. Itose's cele
bratfd Cough Syrup, gues iiiiintdiate relief to the worst
txMigh, whether iiuiu.tive or jnoceding from cold. It
allays any irritation of the Lung, and lortifics the system
against tutuir atU-ks. In Ixiules at 50 cents and $1.
Tne olv Cuuk iMii IHmpsu, I.ivnn Complaint and Is-
DiGKsrio.v. Thousands have Iwen cured of the above com'
. - ,
I AhtfVtti.mii or lUitrtud PiU. The Dyspeptic Compound
acts directlv ou the Liver andstomach, whilst the Puis car
ry olf all secrelions, keeping tlie bowels open and regular,
also gi ing strength and appetite. These medicine contain
no Calomel or Jlercury in any form', but possess great tonic,
alterative, stomach and liver compounds, which never in
jure, but always improve the constitution, as thousands can
All of the above Preparations, with Dr. Rose Jledical
Adviser to Persons iu Sickness and in Health, to be hud of
V. W. JUKUltV & DE.MOVILLE,
SHELL i KUTHERFORD, GallaUn,
W. F. GRAY, Nashville,
McCIjAIN A DALE, .Columbia.
And ot Dealers generally throughout the State.
' jlySO lyw&d'
TELKOU.ifHED.rpR.-JHE UNION AND AMERICAN
Cinciiinati, Nov. 14, night Tlie river las risen
three feet. Hogs 4 50a4 60; mess pork 12 00.
" Pittsburg, 14, night, Theriver is rising, and an
other rise is expected eleven feet water in, tlie
. -Smitiiland, Nov. 14. The inmates of the jail in
'Princeton, Ky., broke jail last Saturday night and
escaried. One was a white man sentenced to be.
Tiung; two negroes under charge of murder, and a
gang or counterfeiters.
' " The Ohio and Cumberland rivers are rising with
six and a half feet water on Cumberland bar.
The steamer Belle Key passed over the dam, break
" 'New York, Nov. 14. The steamer's1 news de
pressed the flour market to the extent of 12$ to
Foreign Ncw3 Continued.
A telegraphic despatch was received at Liverpool
"Saturday, from the Danube, dated October the 27th,
stating that 0,000 Turkish infantry and cavalry kid
-crossed the Danube and taken possession of Kala--palf
and more troops werestill crossinglhe river.
. -The Russians were concentrating around Kalapal
to attack the Turks.
-oThe Loudon Time.? has a despatch from Constan
tinople dated the 22d, statins that tlie Austrian En-
j-voy had snbmitted to the Sultan the draft of a new
trotelrom tlie lour powers, wuicli lias been accepted
bxiic .Jfmta&lUL mums uuUUiuiuu3 lljuy jiiutuui a
Cincinnati, jnov j.o. iiio river nas risen o leci.,
Flour 5 45, dull, few buyers. Nothing done in
. Whisky. Hogs inactive, but now offering at 4 50
at. wlucn tliere are some buyers. Aless f one li o;
Green Meat3j( 4j, and Gjr, shoulders, sides and
hams; Lard 9 per bbls for immediato delivery.
WAsinNGTON, Nov. 15.
The National Democrats had a meeting last night
Wendell offered a series of resolutions laudin"
President Pierce and condemning the Cabinet offi
cers and denouncing Secretary Guthrie s interfer
ence. ' The President of tho Convention knocked
Thomas, Deputy Collector, off the platform. A
general melee' ensued and the meeting broke up in
Louisville, Nov. 15. The river is rising with
4 feet water in tlie canal.
Massachusetts Elections. Returns as far as
heard from indicate no choice for Governor and
the rejection of the new Constitution.
Pittsburo,Nov. 15. The river is falling slowly,
with: 10 feet 10 inches water in the channel.
UNION AND AMERRICAN OFFICE, 1
Nasuviixe, Nov. 10. )
The river is still rising with full three feet on tlie Shoals.
Cotton". There was nothing done in the cotton market
yesterday none offered for sale. Buyers are anxious to
buy at 8Ji to fill orders for neighboring manufactories.
New Oblkaxs, Nov. 9. Cotto.v. Our last report left the
Cotton market without much activity, and although addi
tional despatches were before the'publie ou Saturday morr.
iug, confirming the reported advance of aa adin ihe
Liverpool market, yet this intelligence did notseem to liave
any influence upon buyers here; and the day proved a very
dull one, the safes barely reaching 150) bales. On Monday
the facilities! for effecting shipments "being increasjd, and
some offers for round lists being made and accepted, the
business amounted to about 40u0 bales.
Yesterday the market presented an exceeding dull and
heavy appearance, but few buyers seeming disposed to
operate at all, and those mostly requiring but limited par
cels. The sales, however, summed up about 4300 bales;
making a total for the three days of SS00 bales, taken for
England, France, the Continent, Spain, and the North. In
respect to prices wehave still to notice great irregularity, but
on the whole there does not appear to be any marked change,
though we slightly reduce our inside figure for Sliddling,
to correspond more nearly with the sales of the List day or
two. The Ordinary and Inferior grades are still nominal
for want of demand, and Good Cottons cannot be fairly
quoted owing to their scarcity.
' NEW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION,
(assiuilatino to that or livkwool.)
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. mominal,
LoivJliddleis S a H4
Middling... SJa 8
Good Middling !f a
MiddlingFair... 10 a 10'f
Good Fair . nominal.
Good aud Fine nominal.
Tobacco. Since the considerable operations noticed in
our last reiort only a limited business has been done, and
we are only advized of sales to the eitent of about 'JOOhhds.
Holders are firm, however, at our quotations, which are
same as last given, and are as follows :
Li'cs Factory ccntsr.OJ a r,
' Planters' 5 a 6
Lkaf Inferior ...6 a 6
" Fair . ..6J a CJi
" Fine 7 a 7J
" Choice Selections S a 9
Arrived since the 4th inst none. Cleared in the same time
for New York 'J hogsheads. Stock in warehouses, and on
shipboard not cleared on theSth instant, 26,01 1" hogsheads.
THE OCEAN STEA..1IF.ES.
Sailing Days to and troni the United Stntc.
HALTIC, (Am.) Liverpool, Nov. 2. for Now Yorkk
ARABIA, (Hr) Liverpool, Nov. 5, for New York
OITV OF GLASGOW, (Hr) Liverpool.
Nov. 9, for Philadelphia
WASHINGTON, (Am.) Southampton,
Nov. 9, for New York
CANADA, (Br) Liverpool Nov. 12 for Boston,
ATLANTIC, (Am) Liverpool, Nov. 1C, for New Yoik
ANDES, (Hr) Liverpool, Nov. 16, for Boston
EUROPA, (Br) Liverol, Nov. 19, for New York
NIAGARA. (Br) Liverpool, Nov.2i5, for,
COLLINS. (Am) Liverpool, Nov. SO, fu
CITY OF MANCHESTER, (Br.) Liver.
jiool, Dec 7, lor
. . Philadelphia
COLLINS, (Am) Liverpool, Dec 11, for.
ALPS, (Br) Liverpool, Dee. 14, for.. .
FROM THE UNITED STATES.
ARCTIC, (Am) New York Novt2, for Liverpool,
GERMAN! A, (Brem) New York, Nov. 15, for Bremen
AFRICA, (Br) New York. Nov. 16, for Liverpool
FRANKLIN, (Am) New York, Nov, 19, for Havre
AMERICA, (Br) Bojton, Nov. 28, for Liverpool
COLLINS, (Am.) New Yoik.Nov. 2C. for Liverpool
ARABIA. (Br) New York, Nov. 30. for Liverpool
WASHINGTON, (Am) New York, Dec 3, for. . . .South'tou
CITY OF GLASGOW, (Br) Philadelphia, Dec
8, for. Liverpool.
Second Night of tlie engagement of H12 Celebrated
American Actress, MRS. FARREN, who will perform
the favorito character of M AUG AJfET ELMORE.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1G, 1S33,
Will be presented the beautiful play of
Margaret Elmore MRS. FARREN.
To conclude with the new Farce of
MY PRECIOUS BETSY:
jgfBox Office open from 9, A. M., to 12 M.; and from
to .r, P. M., the seats mar be secured.
PRICE OF ADMISSION Box and Parquette, 75 cents;
Second Tier, 50 cents; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 cts;
Colored Bi x, 50 cents; Colored Gallery, 25 cents.
Doors open at 6J. Performance to commence at 7
I7RESII GROCERIES DIRECT FROM NEW
; Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Rio Coffee;
Lajruyra Coffee; t-pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles, Ac For
safe low for Cash by J OUNSON, HORNE k CO.
LYONS .fc CO.
Importers nnd Denlors in Ilnvnnn Cigars, To
bacco, mid nil kinds of Foreign Wines,
No. 19 Cedai! Strkkt, Nashville.
Conntry orders respectfully solicited and punctually at
1710 CHEWING TOBRCCO. THIS TOR AC
JL co is far superior to any other now in use, being of the
purest kind, without any mixture or adulteration, it is a new
article in the Southern country, aud only wants a trial to
make it become universally used. The only place itcan be
Tound in Nashville is at LYONS A CO.,
novl3 19 Cedar street
BRANDIES, WINES, &c ALSO JUST RE
ceived several Quarter and Eighth casks ot the purest
French Brandies, Wiucs and Liquors of all descriptions.
Wc have aLsojut received a lew cases 01 the celebrated
Scheidham Schnaps. We respectfully invite the inspec
tion of country and city dealers. LYONS A CO.,
nov!3 No. 19, Cedar st
CIGARS I CIGARS!! JUST RECEIVED
as fine and large an assortmeutof HAVANA CIGARS
as has ever been in Nashville. Please call and examine
for yourselves, for sale either wholesale or retail at
novlf. LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar st
AD1ES' BONNET ROXES. WE HAVE
received another LOT OK LADIES' SUPERIOR
BONNET BOXES. RAMAGE & CHURCH,
novlS 42 College street,
SHIRTS ! SHIRTS ! ! SHIRTS ! ! !-RE
CE1VED this day per Express,
50 dozen Linen Bosom Shirts, standing collars;
80 do ' " " Byion do;
25 do Extra fine corded Bosom;
25 do " " " do no collars;
25 do Boys' Shirts, various sizes, all of which wc
warrant to be full made, and to fit in everv respect For
sale by uov!5 MYERS A M'GILL.
DR. J. TV. GRAY.
Office in IfcCoabs' Nov Building, on Cherry Street
Meticeea Deadenct and Union.
dec!4 12m Eisiocci
- JFaU. jap4 Winter
AT NIQHOL'S CORNEJi.,
Xo. 13, Corner Spiare andMarlet'Strttt tiuAriUe, ?
HAS received bis new Fall Importations of RICH AND
ELEGANT FALL ANO WINTER GOODS to which
he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of nends and
the public, feeling assured that he can offer as greatbir'
gains as cart be found in tho, city,'. .
IN RICH FALL AND WINTER KIEKs! V
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly tlegant, in J
eluding a beautiful variety of the richest and iandsomeat ''
Plaid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, ReppK
and Watered Silks, us has been in this city.
New und Heuutiiul l'nrisian FInids,
Of entire new designs,, vtith the handsomest and
RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including me gay, grave, ncu uuu ciegani.
New aud Choice Freueh Jlerinos.
The most desirable colors in market, embracing the'most
lasaionablc shades which Uie ladies will nnd oeauuiul.
ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH
MERES, Of the choicest patterns aud most beautiful colors, and in
fact every other kind of Dry Goods . suitable for
LADIES' mid CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Crape and hmbroitlureu shawls; of alt tunas, in
cluding the Rich BrOche, or Cashmere- Shawls.
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDSt
Of Bombazines, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Black de'Lames,
Bareges, Ureuaums, Jiourumg Sleeves, Collars, Cheuuxttts,
Handkerchiefs, and everything else suitable lor a
LAOY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Honiton, Valencieun, ' ana Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Chemiietts and Sleeves; Mnsctts; Jaconet and
Swiss Edgiugs, lusertiDgs, Cambric and Swiss Flouncing,
applique work. Also a fine assortment of
LADIES' AND GEiNLEM EN'S GLOVES,
llandkerchicfs., Cravats; bili,Cotui, and Merino Under
shirts and Drawers.
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,'
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Shit tings, Table .Da
mask?, Napkins, Towelings, Crashes and Diapers.
Quilts, Flannels, Cautou Flannels, Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac, Ac.
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will,
open in a few days a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
Made of tho very best material, Ac, Ac
Call and examine this large and tine assortment of goods,
suitable to tho approaching season, and you will not be
disappointed either in styles or prices.
Sept 27, 1853. JAMES NICnOL.
1853. FALL IMP0STATI0NS. 1853.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
iVo, 57, College street.
TOnN K. HOME is now daily receiving from New York
and Philadelphia, his fall and winter sunDlv-of desira
ble goods, to which he most respectfully invites the atten '
-tlUU Ul Ult IU tYAUb Ul irCSU IU1U CAICIICMI JTUUU3 SUIIUUie lOr
the season. JOHN K. HUME,
oct2 No. 5T College1 street.
OTAPLE fiOODS. Welsh, Saxony and Shaker Flan
French and English Prints;
fine lilanKets, Ac.;
Table Cloths, Ac;
CLOAKS." Rich Velvet
White Emb'd Mantles;
" " Talmas;.
JOHN K. HUME.
"i T ANTILL AS AND
Satin aud Cloth Cloaks;
Xjl assortment of extra cheap Mous de Laines, some as
low as iz cents per yard ocia
A LSO RICH SILK DRESS GOODS. Magnm-
XX cent riaid SUV;
Beautiful Poult d'Sol;
Rob Roy Plaids;'
Paris de laines;
, " Cashmeres;
Rich Changeable Silks;
" Black Broche;
" Italian Black Silks;
" Satin National;
" Rep Silks;
Black Armure Silks;
ALSO English and French Merinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new, rich and really elegant goods, are all
respectfully invited to the exhibition of
JOHN K. HUME.
oct2 . No.S7, (Wleze st-'
RICH FALL AND WINTER . .
WA. A J. O. McCLELLANI) have just received tho
largest and best selected stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this market which they offer to the
trade at lower prices tlian they can be found in any other
house iu the city. At No. 20 Pablie square.
Rich Dress- Goods. :f.
Brocade Silks, Rich Pnuled de Laines; .
Check do Rich Plaid "
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Sirper bl'k do ' . Glasgow Plaids;
Plaid Poplins; Plain Mous. de Laines;
Plain " Frch Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks; English and German Jlerinos;
Neat de Laines,
With a great variety of low price de Laines,- Ac. ' !
White Goods, Luces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackonets, Swisses, Tarltons;
Vat. Ibices, Edgings and Insertings;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings aud Flouncing s;
Iice and Muslin Collars and Chimizettes;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and Inwn Udkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves, Silk and Wool "
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotion do;
Black lace Veils, Ribbons, Ac.
Iu Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we hare the richest as
sortment ever offered in this market Velvet Satin, Cloth
and Silk; all colors, with elegant while embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvets for making theni.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Sattinetts, Flannels, Tick
ings, Shirtings, Bleached aud Bmwn Domestics', Bed
Blankets, Super Coat Blankets, Shawls, Linsays, Prints
Alpaccas. We feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and in so doing save themselves some money.
octll McCLELLAND'S, No.20 Public square
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO. liave received bvlate arri
vals, New Sty IcDress Goods and Woolleu Wrappings
adapted to the winter sales and City trade, which they will
sell very low, and invite the attention of Merchants to their
French Priu'd Valenciennes;
Printed Safflower Velvets;
Royal Blue Alpacas; ;
Black Silk Lustre do 1
New Style Cashmeres;
High col'd Freuch Delaines;
All wool black do;
lupins black do;
Black Silks, all widths;
Fancv Dress Silks:
lilacs SUK civet iiiooons,aiiwiuius7
f.0 dozen Merino Vests, superior quality;
50 do do I'ants, - do'' ---'do;
10 do " do' Wrappers,do -ido;- sjiTru? ,
30 cases New Style Prints;
5 do New Delains;
10 bales Blankets;
50 da 4-1 Brown Domestics;
Which will be sold verv low by
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO,
oct21 Nos. TO and 71 Public Square.
li R US I ECTF U LL Y inlorm our friends and the
public that we have now tin hand a large and well
assorted stock of Fur. Silk and Soft Hats; Men and Boys'
Cassimere Hats; Childrcns' Fancy Hats and Caps; Men's
and Boys' Cloth, Flush and Fur Caps of every description,
unsurpassed in good quality, style and lowness of price,
which they offer at holcsale and retail.
oct-22 LANDE, ELSBACtf A,C0,
Hat and Cap Manufactory, No. 43, Market St
... . . .., -. 1 n'l 1 -II T 3. 1
"I7ALL AN1 WINTER GOODS. LANDE, ELS
V BACK A CO., No. 50, Market street, have received
within the last week a large and well assorted stock'of ele
gant Ready Made Clothing of the best material, so that pet
sons who "arc desirous of procuring fashionable garments
can be suited.. -
Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectful
ly invited to call and examine their stock before they buy
elsewhere. We are convinced that we can sell lower than
any other house iu the city, either wholesale or retail.
this week a large lot of Trunks
J Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at
LANDE, ELSBACH'S A CO.
TOTICE. lam closing upmv business with a view of
L permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt
ed to me by note and account some for years, and I hope
they will call and nay up without further delay or trouble.
I have removed my lltwks and Papers to the room ad
(oining Messrs. W. II. Gordon A Co.
aug 14 SAM SEAT.
YE FLOUR RUSSELL, & BOND, 54,
Broad Street havejust received an excellent article of
RYE FLOUR, bolted and unbolted.
JL nod extra Principe Cigars, just received by
R. A J. NIXON.
i,i;rk wanted. a young man who
writes a good hand, aud has a general Knowledge of
accounts, can obtain a situation by making application, with
references, to M. box 39, Post Oflice.
Nashville, Nov. 11, 1853
rpULLAIIOMA, NOVEMBUR 10, 1853.
X Having determined on closing out my present business,
I havs sold out my entire btock to It C BAND Y, who will
continue the business iu his own name, pay out the pro
ceeds of my stock and collections to those I am indebted
to in Nashville, so as to make a dual close by the first day
of May next novll-St J. ORIZZARD.
rpo COUNTRY MERCHANTS. I would call
X the attention of dealers to iht) heavy Stock or Wnll
I'npers, I am now receiving and. prepared to offer onlhe
most favorable tcrmj. septlfi W. W. FINN.
TpnoSEFINU SNUFFSJUST RECEIVED
JL per steamer A. L Davis, 850 pounds ofSNUFFof su
perior qualitiesol the fine brands of Garrett's superior Scotch
Squffin bottles; Boom's Macaboy in bottles qnd kegi Al
so, a superior quahty of French Rappee in gallon jars, suit
able to travellers. Also, a large lot of fine cut Cavendish
Chewiug Tobacco, a new article, with au assortment of
Tlie above articles 1 am prepared lo sell Wholesale or Re
tail as cheap as any house in tlie West
nov4 P JAMES MOORE,
Tobacconist sign little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar
streets, Nashville :
NEW ARRIVAL OF GENTS' WATER
l'ROOF BOOTS AND BKOGANS,
At Xo. 42 College Street.
nENTS" Superior Calf Stitched Water Proof Boots;
- It it .4 IVmred "
Cork Soled "
EXTRA SIZED DOUBLE SOLED NEGRO BOOTS;
t " " Brogans,
of all qualities, at very low prices for cash, by - '
oct2i-6w RAMAGE A CHURCH.
BCt. K. SOIL, THOS. C. BCKGE, A. TTUB
BEN. M. NOEL fc CO..
Grocers nud'CoHnsXssion, 'ReccivingandaOS
AXB DEALSSS IX i
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
COLLEGE STREET, .t -
TTTINES tAND LIQUORS, THREE
dred bbls IJeondTs UectiUed Whisky; '
100 ao rates ao ao
50 do Robertson county D D Whisky;
40 do Old Monongahell do;
25 bbls old Bourb'n Whis'y 50 baskets Champagne;
100 do American Brandy; 2 pipes Holland Gin;
SO do N E Rum; 40 boxes assorted Cordials;
25 do tiro; 20 bbls Old Port Wine;
40 ao S M 'TOne; 20 bbls pure Peach Brandy;
30 do Walker's Winter 10 bbl Apple Brandy;
. 20 boxes Hock Wine;
2 tmlf-pipes Madeira and 2Q boxes assorted Brandies;
,, .fclhcr?T'me3i 0 boxes Ctaret Wine.
3 J pipes Old Brandy; '
In store and for sale by oct23 HEN. M. NOEL A CO
a TOBACCO AND CIGARS. FORTY BXS
. Gus Jones' Tobacco;
SO boxbs Peter M Boaz's No 1 Tobacco; '
25 boxes Peter M Boax's (Jld Leaf Tobacco:
20 boxes Allison's Tobacco; 15 "boxes Phoenix" Tobacco;
25 boxes Fennell's do; 10 boxes SamAVboVa do; '
flO boxes YoungABurrill's " 5 btixes S E White's do;
20 boxes Missouri do; 5 boxes Reed A Nash do; '" -10
boxes B Daily's do; 10 boxes Kentucky do;'- '
10 boxes Enders do;
50 boxes Terry's Melee Ci
gars; 30 boxes Cuba Six Cigars;
50,000 Principe Cigars; ,
50,000 Regalia Cigars; best brands, in store and for sale
by oct2tf BEN. Ml NOEL A CO. .
SUNDRIES. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
bags prime Rio Coffee; ' r
SOU bbls St Louis Mills Flour: Flour;
100 bhds fair to choice Sugar; 50 bbls St Louis city- Mills!
200 bbls Rebelled Molasses; 2 casks Madder;
100 bbls Sugar-house do; 100 lniies Glassware;
100 i bbls Sugar-bouse do; 100 bbls Vinegar;
5Q0 bbls No 1 ICanawa Salt; 25 bbls Loaf Su or; "
'lOO kegs Nails, assorted; 20 bbls Powdered Sugar; 1
100 Demijohns, assorted;
20 bbls Crushed Sugar;
5 lierces Rice;
S ceroons best Indigo;
10 bags-Race Ginger;
10 bags Pepper;
In store and for sale by
30 bags cotton 1 arns;
10 casks Soda.
BEN. M. NOEL A AO.
NOTICE. HAVING TniS DAY ASSOCIA
ted with us in tlie Grocery Business, THOMAS C.
B URGE, our business will be conducted as heretofore, un
- der the style of BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
oct29 BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
McCREA & TERRASS,
Corner ol Broad and College Streets, Nashvillo, Tenn.
Agent for Smith's Pittsburgh and Wheeling, X X X, and
PALE ALES, PORTER & DROWN STOUT.
n.WE nowinstorethe following, which they will sell
at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added) to-day:
125 Bbls OW Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summer use;
150 "Kennctt Brandequalt) the best Scotch Ale;
! 100K do do for family use; '
20 Casks Bottled do;
may22 ly co.
UGAR VND MOLASSES.
--175 hhds Primn New
75 bbls Loa , Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
150 do "Reboiled Molasses:
100 X bbls do; 20 keg3 Golden Syrup; in. store J
and for sale very low, lor (Jasu or Produce, bv .
may 21 McCREA A" TERRASS.
CANDLES, tScc600 bags
J Kio lllee;
zvv oblsoup rlour, various uranus; , ;
160 boxes, y boxes, and boxes Star Candles;
75 do Summer and Tallow Candles;
60 do Dories Superior Soap; 70 do Starch. For
salovery low, by may21 McCREA A TERRASS..
IRON.NAILS, CASTINGS, STEEL Ai AXES.
180 Tons Rolletl Iron, warranted;
10' do Bells hammered Iron;
900 Kegs. Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
5000 lbs English Bhster, Crawley and Cast steel;
20 Boxes Axes. For sale, bv
may.il McCREA A TERRASS.
r iquors sKpir
cs Brandies, some very fine;
Giu. Eairle Brand:
X-J 1 Cask pure Holland
1 Pimclieou Irish lusky, very tine;
25 i Cask's Port Wine; 5 i Casks Sherry;
10Ji do Tetiuerill'e;
25 Baskets Chaui)sgne Wine, pints and quarts;
30 Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky;
35 do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
50 do Copper distilled Whisky;
60 do Monongahela Rj e do; GO do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; 10 do N. E. Rum;
35 do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib
eral terms, by may21 McCREA A TERRASS.
TORACCO AND CEGARS 25 boxesLanghorn
and Annistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
30 boxes Mnscodam Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky dof
60000 Havanna Cigars, various brands;
50000 Mela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do;
may21 McJREA A TERRASS.
O ALT. 1400 Bags fine Salt
1 1 1 A. 1 If.. ,l , IT -I.., t?i,
1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt fur sale low bv
mav21 McCREA A TERRASS.
SUNDRIES. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Copperas, '
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
5 do Alspice; 2 cases Indigo;
CO cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, 3 casks Putt v (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot assorted; 20 Casks Sihla;
60 Boxes of Jennv Lind and Quart Flasks;
100 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks;
200 Gross Mason's Blacking;
100,000 Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
900 Lbs. Dried Beef; 4u0 Demijoliu, assorted.
The above will be sold very low at tho corner of Broad
an4 College streets, by McCREA A TERRASS.
uiay21 a o.
WINDOW PAPER, Teaslersand Center Pieces,
new Patterns. Also 3 feet wide, plain, green, anoth
er lot just received by W. W. FINN,
oct2t-lf- Market st between Union and tho Square.
QTAR CANDLES.--100 WHOLE,
and -luartcr boxes lecoived perS. B.Shylnckthis day.
nov3 McCREA A TERRASS.
SOAP FIFTY ROXES ROSIN SOAP, RE
ceived per Sby lock, and fur sale bv
novS McCREA A TERRASS.
1 fATCHES. FIVE CASES REST MATCH-
, ES, received per Shy lock.
McCREA A TERRASS.
IV, I" J
jjjl. Cincinnati Meleo Cigars..
McCREA A TERRASS.
STAR CANDLES 50 boxes Star Candles, leceiv
ed ier Shipter, and lor sale low b v
oct20 McCREA A TERRASS.
PORK IJARRELLS WE WISH TO PI'R
ehase 2,000 PORK BARRELS, lor which we will jiay
the highest price in Cash, at 35 Broad Street,
novt McCREA A TERRASS.
"PERCUSSION CAPS. RECEIVE DON THE
L steamer Shylock l.oOO.OOO Percussion Caps, G. D.
lluted, which we will sell in lots' at Eastern Cost, transpor
tation added. nov4 McCREA A TERRASS.
McCREA A TERRASS.
JL this day pure
M. NOEL A CO., 1
-THOMAS C. RURGE HAVING
irchased an interest in the llouso pf KEN.
would most respectfully solicit his friends
and acquaintances to give him a call 2i'
Nashville, Oct. 29, "kj. THOMAS C. RURGE.
ALUARLE RUILDING LOTS FOR SALE
AT AUCTION. I will sell on Saturday, the l'Jth of
November, (if not sold previously,) ten beautiful building
lots in Edgefield, fronting on Spring and Wetmnre streets.
Eight of these lots front 50 feet each, two of them front seventy-nine
feet, all of which run back 200 feet to a 1 2 foot al
ley. r Persons desirous of purchasing lots for permanent resi
dences would do well by calling on ma soon.
R.A. BALLOWE, Gent Agent
nnv5 No. 17 Deadetick street
NOTICE. THOSE PEHSONS HAVING
claims iii the country or country towns, that they wish
collected immediately, can have them attended to by calling
on It. A. BALLOWE, General Agent
novl No. lr.Deaderick street
I7OR SALE. A SMALL FAR 31 OF FIFTY-
two ac ics, about 4 miles from Nashville, an the Spring
field Pike. It has a beautiful building site, immediately on
theTurnpike, ami the land is well adapted for gardening pur
poses, grazing, Ac: one.half of which is enclosed with a
good stand plank fence, and a sufliclent quantity of C
darrailson the premises to fence the balance, which will be
sold on a credit of one and two years, for notes payable in
bank, with npprovrd seenn'ty, drawing interest from date
For further particulars apply to It A. BALLOWE.
norl3 Gen. Agent
WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
Anctiou at the Court House, in Nashville, on the ltith
iu3t, Lots Nos. 9, 10, 11, and 12, containing 2 ceres !2)4
poles, as designated in E. H. Childress Plan of lots on the
North side ot Cumberland River, and near the GalU'tin and
Vaughn Turnpikes, and in the immediate neighborhood of
Thos. Chadwell and A. MeFerrin's. Terms made known
ou tha day of sale. R. A. BALLOWE,
nov9 o General Agent.
I70R SALE. I HAVE 10 ACRF.S OFJiAND,
; six miles from Nashville, and about one mile from I lie
Lebanon Pike, one-half cleared and the balance wclltiin
bored. This land lies as well as any in the county for a
market gardtfu, all well encloMtl with u good fence. Or it
will be exchanged tor city propt rty. Apply to
It A BALLOWE. General Agent,
novl No. 17 Dcaderick street
LANGIIORN & AIOIISTEAI). loo PACK
ages of liinghorn A Armistead's superior ChewingTo
bacco, just recti ted and for sale Lv
oct26 JOHNSON. HORXE A-CO.
TVJOTICE WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A
MAN cumpeteut to managu a MERCHANT MILL,
run by steam power. One giving satisfactory testimonials
of his capacity to fill the place will be liberally paid by
the Sumner Steam aud Merchant Mill Company, Gallatin,
Tennessee. J. A. BLACKMORE, Agent.
Gallatin, October 26, 1855. trwCt
R. T.L. BRYAN respecttuUy oilers bis services to
the citizens of Nashville in tie practice of Medicine,
and especially in the treatment of Chrome Diseases. Of
fieu on the comer of Union and Summer streets,
fns 17, 1853.
"WHOLESALE . .r
No. T, North College Street,
, iNASHVILLE TENN.,
WOULD respectfully inform Dniggist Merchants,
Physicians and .Manufacturers, that they have
again commenced the Drug business in the new buildinn
ou College, uear Church street and intend confining them
t it... wiTnrt-atf f TP nw ti..:. 1- : -' c
ly entirely a fresh one, and thcyaru determined to make
both the prices and qualities satisfactory. They offer for
sale low for cash or on lime to punctual men
640 gallons best AVinter Sperm Oil;
800 " Tanners' Oil;
1065 pounds Indigo, of prime quality;
1438 do Madder, - - ,
630 do Extract uf Logwood in small boxes 1
40 do Cochineal; '
65 do'" Muriate of Tin; , , , . . ,
1600 do Alum; - ' '
1400 do Refined Salpctrc; . ;
1000 do Epsom Salts;
550 do Gum Camplior; t. . -
7501) do Sup. Carb. Soda;
S0Gro.M Lanes ermifuge; - J I
10 da M?Lana's Liver Pills . '1 '
20 do Fahnesiock'a Vermifuge; '
100 doz. Mustang Liniment; " - ' V i
100 Gro. wood box Matches; 1 '
830 dot Mason's BUckimr ' -
280 in. Gat Caps;,.
10U0 pounds Red Lead drv;
600 do White do . do; -iOO
2 3 -
1600 do Eng. Venetian Red;
. . 20i) bush.Xentucky Blue Grass Seed;" T
'45 boxes Bonn's Scotch SnulE in packages;
24- do Uarrett'a do o-
60 doi. do in bottles;
' 43 lo Maccaboy Snuff, in cot-c
1000 lbs. " " in jars and bbls;
800 boxes Window Glass assorted;
4000 lbs. Putty;
130 pounds "Pearl Sage;
1- 110 do Tapioca; -.-j...
650 do uum Aramc; - - -j&.sk.
SO doz. Cod L'verOil Bushfon, Clarke Jt'Co's;
CO do SeiJlet's Powders, ffi tin boxes; ." :
ST. dn SnHs? " - '
GO pounds Calomel, English and American; r '
10 do Hydriodate of Potash;
215 do Spirits Nitric Aether; '.
56 do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr- Iodidattf Iron;
Schseffelin.s Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases of instruments, of varioosstyles;
Physicians' Pocket Cases of Vials alarge varity;
Amputating, Dissecting, Lythotomy, Trepanning and
r Midwife lnstrument-s, in cases;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes.
T" Feathers, Beeswax, Oiaseug, Flaxseed, Ac? taken
at the highest market rates. foctlS tf
OLD LEAF AND FOIL. 10 ounces Abbey's
' best Gold Leaf, 16 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received
and fur sale low by oci20 EWIN BROTHERS.
ZINC WHITE PAINT.-50 kegs received and for
sale low. 1 his article is said to be much superior to
White Lead in bnltiancv of color, durability in. exposed
situations, and ail tha purposes to which the latter is applied
ana costs dui nine biurc it is coming largely into use iu
the eastern cities. oct20 " EWIN BROTHERS.
'D E U G STORE.'
Corncrof Market nnd Ilroadsts., Nashville.
S SUCCESSOR TO CARTWRIGHT AND
ARMSTRONG, IWholesJe Dealer in Lrugs, Med
iciues, l'aints. l)yc. Glassware, and Variety Goods,
Corner tf Broad and Market street Nashville, Ten
nessee. Would rcspectfnlly inform the public that he has
Oils. Turpentine. Dve Stuffs. Window Glass. Glass Ware.
and all other articles usually kept in Dmg Stores, together
with a slock of varieties suitsble fur the Country Trade.
Druggists, Merchants, Physicians, Manufacturers, and
Planters, are invited tit call and examine the stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as be is determined to sell at such
prices as will give satisfaction to all; the quality of the goods
are warranted to be as represented. A large stock luring
been purchased in t he East since purchasing the stock, will
enable him to compete with any bouse in the South west. He
offers for sale- low for cash, or on time to punctual men
500 gallons Tanner's Oil;
500 lbs Litiianre:
10 bbls Linseed 00;
5 bbls Lird do;
4 bbls Epsom Salts;
500 lbs Ex Logwood;
200 ft Madder;
1" lbs Muriate of Tin; -MO
50 lbs Gum Camphor:
lOOOltd Venetian Red;
lOOOtbs Spanish "Whiting;
40 bxs Boon's Scotch Snuff;
20 bxs Garrett's do do;
4 bbls Macaboy "a Snnff;
500 lbs Aqua Amouia;
200 lbs Spirits Nitre;
5oO lbs Sulphuric Acid;
50001bs Sup Carb Soda;
50 gross M'Lane's Vermifge 500 lbs Nitric do;
20 gross lahnstock s do; 500 lbs Muriatic do;
50 gross Mustang Linament; 10 tbs Sirup lod Iron;
500 Iba Red Lead;
Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Ac., taken in trade at mart,
ket prices. octSO
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
Davidson Comity Court November Term, 1853.
Henry J, Hyde
M ilia Shannon and others
IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the following defendants, to wit : William Shan-,
non nnd his wifcMilia shannon, formerly Mills, Hyde, whose
residence is not known, and Edmond Hyde, Martha Hyde,
and Morgtana Hyde, the three last be-ng" minor children ot
John Hyde, jr., dt-caised, and residents of the State of Illi
nois, are non-residents of this State, and are out of the juris
diction of this Court, and lint the mual process ot this
Court cannot be served upon them, it is ordered that publi
cation be made in some newspaper for said defendants to
come forward on the first Monday in December next, and
plead, answ er or demur to the bill, otherwise the same will
be taken for confessed as to them, and set for hearing at tlie
said term of the CoufC F. R.CHEATHAM, Clerk, Ac
IiovS twAwlstdec Printei's fee $4.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court Not ember Term, 1853.
George DIlamlett Adm'r, and others, 1
Squire Johnson, and others. J
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, in this
case, that two of the defendants to wit Squire Johnson
and his wife Martha Johnson, arc non-residents of the State,
being citizens oftheState of Missouri, and tliat the usual
process of this Court could not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made in some, newspaper for
thirty davs, requiring said defendants to appear at the De
cember Term bf this" Court, and plead to the petition, other
wise the same will be taken for confessed as to them, and
set for hcariug, x parte. F. li. CU EATUAM,
Nov9 wAtw till dec a Clerk.
Davidson County Court Not ember Term, 1853.
a A. Mabry, Adm'r, 1
and others, J
T7 APPEARING to tho satisfaction of the Court, in this
X case, that the defendants, "Wm. H. Mabry and Lewis
Mabry, are non-residents oftheState, and that the usual
process of this Court can not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication bo made for thirty dajs in some
newspaper, requiring said defendants to appear and answer
at the next term of this Court, December, 1853, otherwise
they will be proceeded against by default
F. It CHEATHAM,
nov9 wAtw till dec 9- Clerk.
LANIJ FOR SALE. I5Y VIRTUE OF A DE
cree of the County Com t of Davidson count v, ren
dered at the October Term, 1S53, in the case of Thomas
Farrell, Administrator, vs. the heirs ol Jeremiah Shimmick,
deceased, I will offer for sale, at the Court House, in the
town of Nashville, on Saturday tlie 3d of December next, i
a TRACT OF LAND, containing ten ucres, situated on the
jlurtiecswwo piKe, about screu miles from Nasi rule.
Said Tract of Land belonged to the es-ute of Jeremiah
Shimmick, deceased, and is sold for tlie purpose of paying
debts of the estate, and upou the ful'jwiug terms, to wit :
$200 in cash, $1 jO ii)ii a credit of six months, and the bjl-
nr.nt nnnn n rmltt ttf ttvlvH tii,uttli witlt iy.1rt fMiiti
the date. Notes with good securtty lequintl, and a lien re- i
tamed upon trie Land until Uic purchase nioncr is paid.
octiC-trwAd v. ItCllE.VTH'AH, Clerk.
BY VIRTUE OF FOUI: WRITS of Jieri facias lo me
directed, from the Circuit Court ot the United States
ftu-the Middle Ditrict oPTvunessee, founded on four Judg
ments, rendered in Court at its September Term, 1303,
David Jayne A Son, w. Mark L. Cartwright, and Trov
Armstrong. Judgment 15th September, IS5J; same, ri.
same. Judgment l.".th SeptemLcr, lS5t; W. M'Callv A Son,
11. Same, Judgment loth September,- 1(J3, and John M.
Oty, t. same, Judgment ICth Septembtr, lt53,
I will sell to the highest bidder for Cash uf Ihe Coott
House door, in the City or Nashville, ou MONDAY, the
12th day of December, ls.".3, all the right title, claim, and
interest, of the said Defendant, Leniv Armstrong, in and
to the following Lr.fc, in the City of Nashville, to wit:
LOT, No. 39, asdfrignated in the plan cf the College or
Academy properly, fronting 50 feet ou Cherry street, anJ
running back the usual depth of Lots in that part of the
City, and is adjoining the residence of Wm. Stoc'f elL
ALSO, part of Lot, No, 37, fronting 60 feci on Summer
street extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the
North-west corner of B. F. Mosel's Lot on the east side of
Summer street; thence along the east side of said street
50 feet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 Ret to N'ewnani's line; theuce running
back with said line about liWfeet loan Alleyr thence soutl..
wardlv with said Alley CO ftt to Mo-e!y' curuen thence
witl. the line of Muscly'a Lot, about 170 feet, to the begin
ning corner. ..... . - .
The undivided interest of Mark L. Cartwnght. in th
nbove described Lois, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deeds, bearing date the 2lstjune, VKO, and are of re
cord in tlie Register's otliee fur Davidson county, in Book,
No 1 7, pge SK'5 and i'JS.
ISothoIsaid Ws have been levietl upon as the property ot
Defendant Armstrong and will to soul to Satisfy said writs;
this 25th day uf Octobor, laJ.
J. It. CLEMENTS.
Marshall, U.S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
By his Deputy, B. N CLEMENTS.
steamers, a lot of John Walker's Ale. For sale by tbe
barrel by octSS J. O. A C ROBERTSON.
HALF BOXES JENKINS & CO.'S TEA,
in bulk and in metalie" packs from ISc to 75c per
pack warranted pure. : " "
Fifty boxes Western Reserve Cheese, a fresh .article; or
sale by " J. G. A C. ROBERTSON,
oct28 , Broadway.
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THE NASHVILLE XAXTTFACrtTEING C03CFAXT-
THIS establishment is now provided with Machinery aa
Tools. comDlete. of the most modem coastruction; a!s
fwi&t the bestMechaiiiatl skill that the country affords, asA
respectfully "solicit onTeST Tiirire prepared l&"
KATtROAD, MACHINERY x
Such as Locomotives IbrPasseBgcr1 aad-'Freight Traas
Passenger, Freight and Repair Cars completed, andabiKrfl,
every description of work appertaining to Rail Eoads.
Boat and stationary frpav 3. to 500 horse-power with
boilers of the best TenAenttrrron. - ,
. , . SAW MILLS.
Machinery complete or filing up Sash or Circular Saws
csmplete, with the newsstand' most approved: modes.
t GBJST MILLS.
iSijrn'and Machinery made for all nixes, complete to
gether with Machinery forSugar Mills and Cotton Giaj.:
so Machinery fur Blast Furnaces, embracing GutJroHt
indert for bust Ac
- ' -ROLLINO MILLS. ,
Engine, Cast Irjn Rollers, and all machinery tt TU "
ing Mills cximplcte-'-mAde" at shortest notice.
J5RAS3 AND IRON CASTUiO.. t . ,
Of any description, with shafting, mill gearing, water'
'wheel cut iron BinkranlU, Acx, Ac, made , to order.
Address Join Tnoursos. Agent, who is a practical ma
chenUt) or tho undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON,
jun2l ly 8. President
THE ElIPOHITIJt OP FASHION.
Paris"Jmporied JIonactsr Milliner;-, Ac.
PALL PASHIONS FOR 1833.
500 TANCT BONNETS.
WE would respectfully inform tha Ladies of town
and couolrv that we- will, on Tuesday morninf. tho
4lh, exhibit for their espe-iial benefit the Lirgcst and most
beautiful stock of Fancy Bonnets, and new sty los, of Emb'd
Belgnade and other stt les of Stnar Hoonets ever opened at
Nashville or in the We)L Likewise, rich Plumes, Head
Dresses, Flowers, Ribbons. Dress Goods, Perfumeries, Em
broideries jind Fancy Goods Ac, comprising $20,00i worth.
Having imported a great part direct from Paris, our prices
shall bo lower than any of tho boxed up milleaery adrer
vertiicl as fashionable and professing to be iba Uteststy Jes.
Our long engagement in the business, notvnina years in
Nashville, and doing very extsnsive businsss, must .givs
us advantage over any other house in the citr, and we flit
ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfied. So. now
Ladies, we wish your visits to make your selections. We
can make you look more enchanting than over this fall, tor
the street, balls and weddings, haviag Ladies ot superior
good taste from Englani, France and New York, to assist
us in our establishment. Wehave udded to our stock thU.
fall, rich Dress Goods at less thaa auction prices, a fine
stock of Mantillas, Woolen Coats, Caps Ac, rich Muslin de
Lanes and Cashmieres at 25. SO and 85 cents per vard, su
perior Merinos at eoc.-r-worth 1.2i; rich Needfework goods,
Chemiietts, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, Underslcetts,
Uandk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.25 to 1.75, cheap at
3.50 to 5.00. Likewise, a large stock of Fancy Goods and
Trimmings. Having a large stock this fall, our object i to
make small profits and large sale, giving the purchaser
adrantageot good bargain'.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. 46, Union Stree!,
next to the State Bank.
oct 4 3 m" ' Agtnt
BONNETS, RIIIBONS, Ac.
j Xo. 14 VXsrry Street, ntar Fnio .
MBrf. E. LOCKHART respectfully informs the Ladi-ss iv
Nashville and country, that she has now received her
select Fall assortment cf the newest and most ishionb!e
Uonnets,. Ribbon, Flower?,.
Flonics, Trimmings, Lining.,
Thankful to the Ladies for past tnrf, 1 flatter niysel
that I have something very beautiful to thow them ttisj
season. Please call and see before vou purchase elsewhere.
MRS. E. LOCKHART,
oct27-lf 14 Cherry st.
f THE BEST OF BOOTS AND SHOES ARE ALWAYS TH2
CHARLES SAYERS. comer of Market and ,
Union streets, would say to his customers and 1
tlie public that he still continues to manufacture all '
kinds of Boots and Shoes at the shortest notice and of good'
materials. He buszow on land a large stock of the above
named articles, both heavy and light of the latest fashion,
of his own make, which be offers for sale at as low prices
as the same quality can be purchased in the city. All he
asks is to give him' a call and ba convinced that it is to the
interest of tne buyer to encouiage home industry. He also
makes to order and keeps on haud a superior article of La
dies Shoes', suitable fur tall and winter near.
P. S. Repairing dooe at the shortest notice and ort roa,
sonable terms. w c ocU !!m
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
And the numerous Strangers sow visiting tha City
ARE respeclfiillv invited to can and examine WATER
FIELD A "WALKER'S Xtw Styb Vrtss UaU far tSs
The f tjle of Hats issued by this Establishment has always
taken (lie lkad; manufactured from the finest material, ot
superior finish and faultless design, impervious to rain and
atmospheric changes; their Hats challenge competition with,
the Hats of the Season.
WATERFIELD A WALKER'S
octl City Hat and Cap Store.
If your Headit ditlit-iilt to Fit fall and bare the
shape and size accurately taken by Waterfield A Walker's
French CnmwntUr, they a e daily manufacturing Hats to
order by this valuable machine, and in all eases produce ac
easvand comfortable fit.
octl WATERFIELD A WALKER.
Our Fancy Department Onipnues Ladies' Riding
Hats, of tho latest design. Children's fancy Hats and Cp
of all tlie latest styles of the Season; allofjrhich we shall
sell at our usual moderate prices
octl WATERFIELD A WALKER.
TO MERCHANTS. Merchants who wish to pur
chase a select assortment of Ilatj and Caps should call
at Watertield A Walker's their assortment is new and va
ried, and their prices low and uniform.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Fashionable Hatters, No. 2fi, west side Public Squar next
to Gowdev's. octt
"HALLORAN'S ALU A JI BRA,"
43 Cherry Sired, oppmite Cpr's Ettitlingt.
rTHIE above estabiishment U now open to the public
I and in a style demonstrating to those 1 Who! ,
call that there is nothing left undone. Tlie bar is J
stocked with the finest Wines, Liquors, Cigars, etc etc
and the Restaurant is so arranged that the guesFmsy '
rely on the luxuries cf the sason being properly .
served up. In fact. hU arrangements tre complete.
and he hopes to enjny tome patronage. The above depart
ment will be under the immediate superintendence of Mr.
J. S. Bcmou, the undersigned hirujiJf devoting his entile
attention to the 6,fland general supply departments
Contimml experieuce of the lust fitleen years fn Some of
the first houses in New Vork. Philadelphia, Baltimore and
this city serves to make him of opinion that he can srodnct
a house to meet the wislies of a good custom
ST-LUNCH every day from 10', to !S, and si night
from 9 to 12 o'clock W, O. II.VLLORAN,
octll lm Prbpnetor
"ALHAMBRA SHOOTING (JALLERY."
THE above Gallerr is now in full blast, and fully an
swering the ends Uir which it was established, tij a
puce Lf genteel and innocent amusement; it is well con
I st roc ted, and bas already opened a new era in our city
1 amusements. The gallery itself is one of the finest in the
Union, baring a large room atUched .vherein will be found
the promiuent newspapers of the day, for those who prefer
! reading to practicing on tliegallery. Cenllcmfca, call and
W. 0. IIALLORAN, Proprietor.
P. S. A basket of Champagne will be opened to the gen.
tleman ringingthe bell the greatest numberof limes in suc
cession between now and New Year's Day, M.
octl l W. 0. VL
OUSIvS ANU LOTS FOR SALE. A large
Brick House with 8 or 9 rooms kitchen. Ac. on
tne Franklin Pik. aJioininir tlie residence of Gex Wood
ALSO, a Frame House, with 6 rooms, Ac, on middle
Franklin Pike, known as thellalenian place.
ALSO, a Brick House with 6 rooms, Ac, No. 31 Sprnea
street near Cedar.
AliiO, a very neat Brick IHouse with 4, rooms, At, No.
100 Cherry" slreet below the Verandah.
AliO, a vacant Lot fronting 90 feet on the ncrta tide of
Broad street running back 110 fret on High street.
ALSO, a vacant Lot near the N. A C. It It Depot t nt
ingllO feet ou the Penitentiary like, running back 274
ALSO, eight beautiful building Lots in West Nashville.
Nos. 30. 32, 55, 102, 104, IS, lit. and 17.
ALSO, one of Riire's large- patent corn cmshers. Mai
early application at OlCce No. tii Cherry street
R. V . BROWN.
nov9 tf K' Estate Agtnt.
NEGROES FOR SALE. A very ftkely negro wo.
man, an excellent field hand, IU years old, and child
8 vears old. I wish to jell said negroes tosome person who
will cire them a good heme in Middle Tennessee.
It W. BROWN.
oct? No. 89 Cherry t
OpvESIRARLE RUILDING LOT FOR SALE.
1 J On tlie Franklin Pike, between the residences. of Jo
seph VaUlx and James A. Woods, E.kS containing 25 acres
has on it an excellent spring. Make early applications Iu
It W. BROWN, Gtnl Ag't
oct3 No. 88 Cherry st.
INCOLN HALL FOR SALE. A LARGE
and commodious store house, with a large bail above,
and family dwelling in the basement and part of the sec
ond story of tlie building. Said property U dh College
II ill. Cherry street A bargain can be bad by applying
soon, at ofl.ee No. 69 Cherry street.
novS It W. BROWN. RealEuateAg-nt,
rtOUATRV RJiSIDENCE FOR SALE.
subscriber oners for tale bis residence, itn- W:$
L ated about ."J miles from Nashville, on the Mnrfn-
j boro" Turnpike. It consists of about 6 1 oerrs, oae-half in a
j high stale of cultivation, the balance woodland; three never
faihnirSni intra: an extrusive Orchard, containinga great va
riety of choico fruit-trees; with ixwimodious dwelling and mt
houses. A further description is unnecessary, as trose de
sirous to purclaute can callond examine for themselves.
Terms One-third cash, and a credit of one acd two yean
on thebalance. If not sold rivately belbro the' 10 th inst.,
the premises will be offered at public sale at the Court -hoow
on that day. novft if S. J. CARTER.
DR. P. S. WOODW'ARD.-OtEwtNo, Cherry
street three doors north of Church street has hand
Vacine Mattel of the very beat quality, which be will sap.
ply to theprofessioa generally.
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