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NAS HYI LLE:
SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 19, 1853.
Wckpcp constantly employed, night and
nla y, six superior job -workmen at very heavy sala
ries. Tliese workmen are turning off some of the
neatest work over printed in Nashville.
'EST" W. F. Giut, Druggist, corner or Broad
'suid'Alarkgt Streets, has just received a consignment
of "Morns' Iuvigorating CordiaL See advertise
nierit. " jw. - .
. .Ijakt tH6mscswoirrn,s sale of groceries'takes
placeon Monday the 'ilstinst.
ICiyEit The-nver is still rising with six feet wa
ter on the Shoals.
SrKAxmoATS. Allda from Louisville and Jhirls
fi$e froin!Padu6aU arrived. Alcona apt! John Simjy
on looked for.
Remember that the auction sale of R. A.
Bixowe of, valuable lots in Edgefield takes place
to-dayjilLo'clock, at the court house. , .-
Auction Sale. J. 1". Duxtos sells a very -large
and jwellelected stock of Jewelry, fcc. to-night.
Lross & Co. are in receipt of some of the finest
"cigars we have pvfftd for many a day. Thcirliquors
are said to be the best in the market.
S. P.- Amsox, Esq., has had repainted and othcr
wISe improved the Union buildings. These im
provements give to tlie building a very handsome
- 1 i
J. B. .Roberts, the distinguished American tra
gedian, who ha? just completed a very successful
engagement at the Adelphi, left yesterday for Mem
,plus on the Embassy.
CiT" "We are pleased to notice that Gov. Jonx
soshas appointed at the head of his staff, Dr. Geak
vux E..SMrrn, of this city. Dr. Smith is an ac-
complished and gallant gentleman, and withal as
"good a democrat as the times produce.
' ' CLOTnisd for the Million. Wb yesterday gate
fbq large wholesale Clothing Establishment of It.
' 1L Brockway, on tlie square, a going through. ' It
.is one of the largest in the West; almost equal to
J tie far-famed Oalc Hall in Boston, and is conducted
cn the same magniffieent scale. He keeps some
'i;vo hundred hands constant- employed in making
clothing, and can sell garments from three bits to
thirty dollars of any size or pattern.
(7- Mr. Soule had been received at the Court of
. Spain in his official capacity of United States Minis-
ter; having previously modified some passages in his
address to tlie Queen, which were considered ob
jectionable. A Spanish fleet of one hundred and
' fouVguris' was about to sail, it was supposed, for he
Egr Much anxiety (says tlie New York IleralJ)
exists among the politicians at "Washington aud
elsewhere w'itli regard to the Speakership and Clerk
bliip of tlie next House of 'Representatives. Our
t-pecial correspondent mentions the names of sev
eral aspirants to the former post who are already
canvassing the field. From Philadelphia we learn
that a meeting of Congressmen elect lias been
held in that city, at which it was unanimously re
solved to support Mr. Disney, of Ohio. As to the
Clerkship, there are probably more candidates for
that office tlian was ever before known every third
"ex-member of Congress who failed to be re-elected
as well as almost every other disappointed office-
. seeker, being desirous of obtaining the position.
t :-. .
E5 Quite a spirited contest is going on in tho
Vermont Legislature for a United States Senator
in place of Mr. Upham. The whig candidate is
Judge Collamer, Postmaster General under Tresi-
' dent Taylor. The democratic nominee i3 Hon.
Lawrence Brainanl. Owing to a split among the
freesoilers, that section lias two candidates, and
hence the difficulty of effecting a choice. This par
ty holds the balance of power, but up to the tenth
ballot had been unable to accomplish anything for
want of unity among themselves.
Hogs Slacoiitkued. The actual number of hogs
slaughtered thus far this season at the various pork
packing establishments sums up as follows:
Jackson, Hull &. Co., .... 11,000
Teeter, Maxey & Co., - :,5S7
Richard Atkerson, - - . - - - 3,000
At the other two houses on this side of tlie river,
operations have not 3'et commenced. Louisville
Hoos. At different points along the Illinois riv
er, and for some little distance in the interior, ?3
25 to 3 50 is talked of as opening figures. On the
upper Mississippi, below tho Rapitls, the views of
tlie packers are about the same. On the upper
Missouri, in tho vicinity of Weston and St. Joseph,
some sales have been reported at $2 50 to $3 St.
Loui3 packers are willing to contract for Xo. 1 hogs
at $4, delivered this month. Lou. Times.
Died At Sea, on board ship, IL L. Bradley, Nov.
2d, Frederick Sloan, Carriage builder of this city,
aged -12 years. He leaves a large family and many
friends to mourn the irreparable loss.
Hartford, Conn., and New York papers copj'.
Nashville, Nov. 19.
Cotton". We notice but little chaugc in the market in
' the way of quantity offered forsalc, but some imnroveiuent
in price. Sales yesterday of two small lots at j9 40. No
speculative demand. The following letter from a reliable
house in New Orleans will be found interesting to most or
"New Orleanj, Nov. 12, 1853.
Gents: Annexed we wait on you with our Semi-weeVIy
. Report. You will notice that considerable activity has pre
vailed since we last had this pleasure, and tliat the sales of
Hie week are quite large, being for one day 10,000 balai of
cotton the largest day's sale this season. Prices for the
better qualities closed a little better, and though fomc sales
of low cotton were made during the week, you will notice
that they are quoted at very leduced prices. Tlie ac
counts from Europe, which came to hand this morning, are
rather worse, advising a decline in Liverpool, while war is
thought to be more imminent. The weather to day being
very rainy, thcie will probably be but little done, and the
i-UVctof the "America's" accounts will hardly be fully test
ed until Mcndav."
WW. FINN'S AVAI.L
. PAPER STORE, Xo. 41,
Market Street, lietA'een Union and
- the Smaie. Several new and hcau-
liiul designs of llecorative Paunelling mid Senna Marble
Paper,ju-t received. A great auet ! Cold and Veliet
Papers on hand, and cheap Wall Paper of every description.
fyPaper Hanging promptly attended lo and well done.
norl7 Market street, bctteen Union and the Stiuie.
rpWKNTv-srcvi:?r likkly ,K:itousf
1 Km SAI.h.- I oiKisting ol Men, Women, ISoy.ir
;atid tiirl, among viliom are several suiwnor Iwu,-e . y
jie rrants. Persons wishing to purchase ill do well lo ci
und etaminc, as we are di'ienmned to sell low for eu.h.
norlC IU11H.S i POUTER, .No. 33, Cedar si.
N. II A!o, r first ratfl House Carjienter.
.mi.'i.us --iti-:i:r ami vouk
For kale loo likely MULES. 2und 3
' vcawold, 8.-1UEEK CATTLE, (corn fed,)
and 100 PORK. IIOQS. Persons wishing to purchase can
M-emeat my residence in ISedford county, 10 miles Soutlt
wet of Shelby ville, or address lue by teller at Richmond
Pst Office inov. 16-tf. M. P. fi EX TRY.
If or ukWfohtjii: ni:.t vkak,
the Third Story, Rooms miled for Offices or bed I
ioms on the seaiud Moor, and shops and offices wi loi
grtmnd fliwr of the Union liuildings 011 the corner of Cedxr
and Cherrv streets, oppoile the Post Otlice. Apply to
,IOTl"lf S. P. ALLISON. Vn fil ('horrr t.
iOU.NU-lXTllT; rii.MTW ilXiii'T.vin
X a Ladies' (JOL1J ltREASTPlX. with a daguerreolyp
Miniature. The owner can bare the same by applying
the City Hotel and paying for this advertisement
nrjicKLUs, lMtiisiiiivivs, irrc su no..
1 asaoiled Pickles, loo kegs Pickled Oysters,
10 dot " Presenes, SO dot cans Spiced Oysters,
10 dot " Jellys, 0 dot cans Fresh Oy? tens
0 doi. " Peper Sauce, 20 dot cans Fresh Peaches.
Received to-day by noyl" R. A-. J MXOX.
ROBERT .iiOOKU, CO.ll.1IlS.SIOX JIliK
, CHAXT, Cincinnati. 0 Agent tor the purcba.'e and
saleof Lard and Linseed Oil, Star Candles, Cheese, Clortr
and Timothy Seed, Superfine Flour, Ituckwheat Flour. Ac ,
hopes from lansc aojaaintance with the wants of Nashville
jfcrchanta. to fill their orders satisfactorily. Z3f IVompU
Bsss and small profiUgJ " lnovl7Sv
Fiudav. Nov.. 1S
I Mr. F.vnQaiiARSox presented a memorial froniuti
, zcu$ of Lincoln county, on the subject of the, je
i moval of free colored persons to Liberia; and -1
Mr. Bestov a petition from tho rporationf
j the town of Marlboro, in Carroll county; whicTfwas
I ordered to bo transmitted to tlie House. "
I . Mr. Nelsox, from the Committee onilntcrnal Im
provement.", made a report recommending the pas
sage of the bill, to amend an act passed November
21), 1851, chap. 303, entitled enact lo, incorporate
the Nashville and Cincinnati JlailroadCompany
The lcpoi t was concurred in, ?uid the bill .passed
Mr. Bowles returned House bill to establish cer
tain county lines, with an amendment, to change
uie line oeiween tne counties. ot Overton and len-
tress. Tlie amendment was adopted, and tfie bill
passed third rcadini. " "
Mr. Nave offered a resolution of inquiry ,tothe
Commissioners of the State Capitol, 'asking aaTex
plauation of the fact that they reported two jrears
nrrn thnt mitt. CO" I flVl I. ,.
tlie capitol, and this year asking for 20,0,000
Mr. Nave also offered a resolution jnstructipg.onr
senators ana requesting our Representatives-m
tOngress lo vote Ior uie homestead bill.
Mr. Persons introduced a bill to incorporatetho
Lynn Cottage Turnpike ""Gompany and forother
purposes. Passed first reading.
Mr. Reid introduced a bill to amend the actof
1820, chap. 23, Sec. 10, in relation to polygal&y,
Pasicd first reauTii? and referred. . . .
The tippliug.'bill was recommitted to ithe Com
mittee .on Tippling and Tippling Houses, with in
structions. Several House bills, were passed onT the second
Senate bill to charter the Junction Jasper and
nauanooga itauroau Vompany, wa3 read.
Mr. Havros offered a bill in lieu. " to authorize
the extension of the Memphis and Charleston rail
road; winch was adopted, and, ou Mr. Havrons
motion, thebill was made special order lor Tuesday
Senate bill to incorporate tlie Lebanon and Cole's
Ferry Turnpike Companj', was read the third time
The Senate took a recess until 2 o'clock.
HOUSE UoiLMxc Sessiojt.
The House met pursuant to adjournment
Prayer bv the Be v.Dr. LArsLEr. '
'Mr. Cooke presented a petition from the citizens
McMinn county on the subject of the distribution of
stock on the .bast Tennessee and Georgia ltailroad.
Mr. Bhoyles presented a petition on the subject
or tippling; relerred to the committee on that sut'
Mr. CiiAiiLLis, chairman' of the committee on Fi
nance; reported on a bill heretofore referred to that
3Ir. Cavit introduced a resolution directory - to
the committee on public buildings and public
Mr. Maurv, of Knox, introduced a bill to, incor
norato the Odd Fellows Building Association, at
Kuoxville: read first time and passed.
Mr. Smith, of Davidson, introduced a bill to ex-
lend the corporate limits of the. cit- of Nash
ville: read first time and passed.
Resolution directory to tlie Attorney General of
tlie eighth Judicial circuit; amended and passed.
Senate bill to incorporate the Nashville Commer
cial Insurance Company; read first time and passed.
Senate bill to incorporate tlie (ircenville and
French Broad Railroad Company; read first time
The motion to reconsider the vote rejecting the
bill proposing to pay the clerks of the Bank of Ten
nessee twelve hundred and fifty dollars per annum.
The motion was ably supported by Messrs. Cooke,
S3'kes, Cowart. Chambliss, Baily, Lilian! and Cooper,
and opposed by Messrs. Thompson, Hubbard and
Bullen; the motion prevailed; ayes 37, nays 31.
Mr. Bcllen then moved to indefinitely postpone
the bill, which motion failed; ayes 32, nays 39. Mr.
Hubbard moved to amend.
Mr. Cooke moved the previous question, which
motion prevailed, and the main question was then
put and the bill passed its second reading."
Then on motion the House adjourned until two
o'clock, P. M.
HOUSE Eve.nij.0 Session.
Frii).t, Nov. 18.
On motion the House took up Senate bill to in
corporate' the Cincinnati, Cumberland- Gap and
Charleston Railroad Company; read a third time and
CALENDER Or HOUSE BILLS ON SECOST REAPING.
A bill to prevent the cut-off in the collection of
debts; read, passed and referred.
A bill to charter the Memphis Merchantile Acad
emy; read and passed.
A bill for the relief of any person havjnghad Bank
notes destroyed by fire; read and rejected.
A bill to prevent frauds; read, passed and re
ferred. A bill to provide for enforcing tlie laws of this
State; read, and its passage was advocated ,by Mr.
Cavit; Mr. Cooke opposed, and moved to strike out
tlie enacting clause, which was acsordingly done.
A bill to repeal the law declaring Poplar Creek
navigable, was on motion taken up and read a third
time, amended and indefinitely postponed.
A bill to repeal the quart law read second time,
and indefinitely lKistponed.
A bill to constitute a State Librarian; read second
time and passed.
Leave of absence was granted to several im
portant committees for to-morrow.
On motion the House adjourned until 10 o'clock
HON'XETS, JUIWIONS, Ac.
Jo. 14 Cherry Street, near Union.
MRS. E. IiOCKHARTrcsiectfuIly informs tlie Ladies tl
Xashville and country, that &h"e has now received her
select Fall assortment of the newest aud most fashionable
Ronncts, Kibbons, Flowers,
IMiiuifs, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to the Indies for past favors, I flatter mysel
that I have something very beautiful to show tbem this
season. Please call and see befi'rc vou purchase elf ewhere.
oct27 tf 14 Cherry st.
THE EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
H Sfi M fit n
l'nris Imported Bonnets, Iillinery, Arc.
FALI FASHIONS FOU 1833.
500 FANCY BONNETS.
WE would respectlnlly inform the Ladies of town
and country that we will, on Tuesday morning, the
4th, exhibit for their especial benefit, the largest and most
beautiful stock of Fancy Bonnets, and new styles, of Emb'd
Itclgnade and other stv'les of Straw Uonnets ever opened at
Nashville or in the 'West. Likewise, rich Plumes, Head
Hrcses, Flowers, Ribbons. Dress Hoods, Perfumeries, Em
broideries and Fancy Goods Ac., comprising $20,000 worth.
Having imported a great part direct from Paris, our prices
shall ba lower than any of the boxed up millcaery adrer
vertiied as fashionable and professing to be ihe latest styles.
Our long engagement in the business, now nine years in
Nashville, and doing a very extsnsive buines must give
us advantage over any other house in the citv, and we Bat
ter omvelves that our friends are well satisfied. So, now
Indies, we wish your visits to make your selections. AVe
can make you look more enchanting than ever this fall, for
the street, balls and weddings, luring ladies of superior
good taste from England, Frauce and New York, to assist
11s in our establishment, Wo have added to our slock this
r.ll rirh Dress (5oods at less than auction prices, a fine
i stock of Mantillas, YVoolen Coats, Caps Ac., rich Jluslin de
Lanes anil CaaUtnieres ai unu o. cems ih-t aru, u
i 3 .'iO lo r..oo. Likewise, a large stock ot fancy (ioods anrt
i Triiuniing. Having a large stock this fall, our object is to
I make small profits and brgo sales, giving the purchaser
J advantage ol good bargain.
j At the Parisian Woild of Fa.hion, No. 4C, Union Street,
I next to the Slate Rank.
oct 4 Sm Agent, t
JUST received a splendid asso'lment of Gold Paper,
Gold and VeUet Herders, and Plain Satin 1'apers for
Parlofa, HalN, Ac, t.r-ciherwiih a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, new paitcms, wide Green Teisters. Ac
J-T?"On hand, a 1 trge a-ssoi-tmetit ol unglazed papers,
from 10 to 2."o per boll.
KLAGGS A G0RBEY.
No. 20, College street; next door to the Sewanee House
N.l!. Papci--liangiiig done in the best manner. oct2
A CIjACK Are now prepared to ro-
X. ceive, store and ship cotton,
l.loeral advances made
to cousignmentii. oct..
nX. MYERS, respectfully informs
. the citizens of Nashville, anil the nub-'
hr generally, that he still continues the above J
business on Cherrvslreet.betneeii Cedarand
Line stnsjts, below the Theatre, where he is prepared to
build Conches nncl Carriages of all kinds to order.
He will keep constantly on hand an assortment oY II ug
gies,Il:irouchcs, I'liirtons, etc., which he will otter
for salelow for casli. Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a call.
Repairing in all branches done at the shortest notice and
in the ueatest manner. aug23 Bm.
iw-ior Mrrinos at SOc worth 1. Winch Needlework eoods.
i Infanta UiklktQ I'nnifpfl f!fi11:ir TTnHprlip7't
v iiciiiitru.', .-- - , . . y
1 if II . L.itilfullf nmliivtnlprAii nt 1 In 1 7.1 rhpfin at
-TELEJ3UAPnED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN'
ARRIVAL OF THE
Arab i a -
New York, Nov. IS.
The steamer Arabia arrived yesterday with Liv
erpool dates to the 5Ul
Sales of Cotton for the week 32,S00 bales.
Speculators took 4,200 and -Exporters 4000 bales.
The market is dull and prices irregular,, particularly
inferior grades, without any positive reduction, lair
Orleans CJ; Middling u J; Fair Upland Of; Middling
Breadstufls more limited; Wheat, declined 3 to
4d; Hour, Is to Is Cd; Indian Corn, quite unchanged;
Western Canal l'lour, 3Cs to 37s Cd. Oilier brands,
37s to 37s Cd. Little doing in Provisions.
CiNciNKATr, Nov. 18. The river has xisen one
foot. Weather clear and warm. Flour held at
5 35; Whisky advanced to 22c Nothing done in
Hogs or Provisions.
Pittsrckc, Nov. 18. The river is .falling with 7
feet water in the channel.
New York, Nov. 18,
Farther News Per Arabia.
The latest report from Turkey was that Bucha
rest and other cities were placed in a state ofscige,
and any one corresponding with the Turks is to be
Tho Turkish fleet weighed anchor in theBospho
rous on me utu.
There has been a conference of the Powers in
London on the future prosnecU. It is said that Aus
tria effected the proposed loan on the' guarantee of
tne imperial uanK at St. retersburg. It is also
said that Austria resumes mediation as she sees that
her efforts for pacific termination are not to prove
mnties?. utner rumors are ol alike peaceful ten
dency. Reliable information says the Turks had
crossed the Danube in strong forces and occupied
Aalafat. Itis also rumored that the Russians had
attacked and defeated them at Kalafat
It is positively asserted that tho Austrian Envoy
has pressed on the Sultan to accept the new note
which the Czar approves conditionally on its being
accepted Dy the buttan. The attention ot diploma
cy is now directed to procuring the joint- assent of
the uzar anu sultan to tlie new note. There is
some talk of opening a Turkish Joan in the United
The allied fleets which have been collecting in the
Sea of Monnora were dispersed by a storm. A
great inundation has occurred in South Ireland do
ing great damage.
A-despatch received by tho submarine telecrapli.
says 2000 Turks appeared at Guios, and fired upon
the town. This brought on an ensaeement with
tne itussian lorce. which haa been desnatched to
uieir assistance, consiuerauie slaughter ensued:
another encounter occurred between 400 Turks and
a like number of Russian cavalry, between Kalafat
anu iiotnia, when the Kussian lorccs fell back.
Dr. Morse's Invigorating Cordial.
The only sure and safe Uemedy, jeldijcovereJ, for Gene,
at Debility, Physical Prostration, Irritability, and all the va
rious trainof Nervous Affections; It wlllalso remove Dcpres-
lon, Eiciloincnt, Dislike of Society, lucajiaclty for Study or
Buslneu, .Loss of Memory, Mental Debility, Ac, &c. See
TO AL&WIIO.U IT MAY CONCERN. THE
undersigned hereby gives notice that whereas on1 the
10th day of December, 1818, there was issued bv the Conf
monwealth of Virginia, a Military Land Warrant No- C.290,
for "400 acres of Land to Peter Booth and JIartlia Porch the
heirs or legal representatives of Michael Hootb, deceased,
late a Senreant of the Continetal line of Virginia, for cr-
vices rendered as Sergeant during Ihe War in said Conti
nental line, wmcti sam warrant was lost or mislaid, and
whereas on the 2Sth dav of October. 1841. a duplicate War
rant was issued to said minors, which said duplicate has
also been Inst or mislaid, and whereas on the 7th day of No
vember, 18o3, another duplicate u arrant was issued to said
minora. I now therefore publish that I will make applica
tion to the General Land Office at Washington for bcrm.
tobe issued tome as the only surviving heir of the said
Micneai nnotn, deceased, under act ot Congress entitled
"An act making further provisions for the satisfaction of
Virginia Land Warrants, approved August 31st, 1852.
Kf The Washington Union will publish the above
three months, send paperand account to this office.
r. S. WOODWARD. Office No. 0 CIimtt
street, three doors north of Church street, has on hand
Vacine Mattel of the very best quality, which he will sup
ply to the profession generally, octr. ly
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS!
"VpCOMBIES FURNITURE POLISH for cleansing re--LVL
storing and preserving the lustre of varnUbed orpol-
By' the application of this polish. Piano's. Furniture, of
any description, and Carriages after being tarnished with
age. mar be made to look as good as new.
Certificates are given of its value by the leading piano
forte makers and cabinet workmen in New York. lor sale
in bottles, at f.O cents and $1 00, bv
SMJIV, MAUlYlS.NZ.li; it CO.,
novl 8 Nashville.
BR1TTANIA WARE-THE SUIISCRIUERS
have just received from New York, a large supply of
Ilnttania arc Pitchers, 1, 2, K, and 4 qts;
" " Coffee, Tea and Cream Pots;
" " hugar liowls;
" " Candle-sticks and Lamps;
" " Cups and Cigar lighters.
For sale at a small advance on Manufacturers prices.
SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.,
novl 8 Nashville.
T It A
I. We havetorsale the l.u-irest stock ever offered in Nash
ville of the above beautiful ware, consisting of
Soup Tureeas, various sizes;
Covered Dishes with heaters;
Beaf Steak Dishes with heaters;
Oyster Dishes Chafing Dishes;
Tea and Coffee Pot3, fixm 1 pint to 6 qts;
Coffee Biggins, various sizes;
CottVe Greeques, large and small sizes;
Coffee Urns, Octagon, Oval and round.
As Ihe above articles have been purchased for cash and
at low rates, they will be sold cheaper than articles of the
same quality have ever been offered before in Nashville.
SiNUYV, MAUh.h..Slb & UU.,
LADIES' FANCY DRESS FURS, MUFFS,
VICTORINES, AND CUFFS.
33LADIKS will bear in mind that the largest
assortment of Ladies and- Misses FCItS ever
in one Store, are now ready for exhibition at the
FUR EMPORIUM of I'KAXCISCO d- WUITMAX,
No. 23 Public Siiunrc.
They have taken creat pains in selecting their FURS for
the FALL TRADE, and Indies may rely upon getting noth
ing but the icnuine 'URS; as we sell no im!tj!ioiu;
YM., BADGERS, stone and rork MAKTl?if in setts,
nCII. JENNETT. and CONY, do: VICTORINES and
CUFFS, SWANSDOWN and ERMINE necties; Wristlets,
nnd Capes; to which we invite the earliest attention ot the
Indies. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
Hat, Cap, and Fur Store, No. 22 Public Square.
WE WOULD INVITE OUR CITI
ZENS and STRANGERS, VISITING and passing
through the City, to call and examine the magniGcient and
superb MOLESKIN HATS, manufactured by FRANCISCO
A WHITMAN. No. 23. Public Square.
Every style of HEAD ORNAMENTS, can be had at their
"PALACE HAT" STORE.
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
oct29. No. 23 Public Square.
1) ARENTS AND GUARDIANS Are invited to
call and examine tha beautiful assortment of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Caps of the latest and mo't
approved styles, which are for sale it Ihe splendid hat es
tablishment of FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
oct29 No. 23, Public Square.
rpHE METROPOLITAN HAT. Those persons
I who wish a neat and comfortable business Hat, would
do well to call and examine those beautiful new styles that
we have just received. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
oct29 23. Public Square.
Importers nnd Dealers in Havniin Cigars, To
bacco, aud all kinds of Foreign Wines,
No. 19 Ckdar Stblet, Nashville.
Conntry orders respectfully solicited and punctually at
I71G CHEWING TOUBCCO. THIS TOR AC
; co is far superior to any other now in use, being of the
purest xind, without any mixture or adulteration, it is a new
article in the Southern country, and only wants a trial to
make it become universally used. The onlv place it can be
found in Nashville is at LYONS A CO,
n0vl3 19 Cedarstreet.
UANDIES, WINES, Ac. ALSO JUSTRE-
ceived several Quarter and Eighth casks ot the purest
French Brandie, Wines and Liquors of all descriptions.
We have also ju-t received a few cases of the celebrated
Scheidham Schnaps. We respectfully invite the inspec
tion or country and city dealers. LYONS A CO ,
novia No. 19, Cedar St.
WARS! CIGARS I I JUST RECEIVED
as line and large an assortment of HAVANA CIGARS
as has ever been in Nashville. Please call and examine
for jives, for sale wgajcr reat
T ADIES' BONNET ROXES WE HAVE
L received another LOT OF LADIES' SUPERIOR
BON NET BOXES. RAMAGE A CHURCH.
novl3 42 College street.
RAIIAM BREAD Graham Bread for disrptica
VJT every day.
R. A J. NIXON.
KENNETT ALE. 50 barrels of this celebrated and
popular Ale in store and tefiftmiLASS.
CHEESE. 100 boxes just received per Shipper and
for sale low by octSOJ McCREA A TEBRASS.
, Fall and Wiiitei
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT XICUOI'S CORNER,
Xa. 13, Corner Square ami Market Sirttt Aiurille
HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AXIl
ELEGANT FALL ANU WINTER GOODS to wUcU
he faked pleasure in inviting the attention of friend's and
the public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar
gains as can be found in the city,
IN RICW PALI. AND WINTER SILKS.
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
eluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
Plaid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp,
and Watered Silks, as has been- in this city. '
New and Henutilul Parisian Plnftls,
Of entire new designs, ith the handsomest and
RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including the gay, grave, rich and elegant.
New and Choice French Merinos.
The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most
fasnionablc shades which the ladies will find beautiful.
ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH
Of the choicest patterns and most beautiful colors, and in
laci every inner una 01 ury uooas . suitable lor
LADIES' aud CHILDREN'S WAlUlTtflTlES
Canton Crapu and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in
-i.. ir T i. ... .:
ciuuiuK iuc Him unicue, or uasiimere suawis.-
MOURNING GOODS OP ALT. KINDS.
Of Bombazine, Alpacca, Cloths, Canhm, Black de'Laines,
liaregra, ureiiauius, jiourmng sleeves, Uollars, Chemfettts,
uuuui;ii:iii;, auu cteryimug else suitable lor a
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
. . LACE GOODS.
Ilomton, alencienne, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Lbcmizctts aud Sleeves; finsettaT; Jaconet and
AjUo,uri3 '"wiuiigs, vamonc sua Swiss tiounciug,
,LADIES AND GENLEMEN'S GLOVES.
ltandkerchiefs,iCravats; Silk, Cotton, and Merino Under
sums ana Drawers.
HOUSEHOLD AND faittt.v cnrms.
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Da
raak, Napkins, Towclings, Crashesand Diapers.
Quilts, I'lanuels, Canton Flanuels, Welsh ilanncls tii
FRENCH CLOTHS. DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres; Orcr Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open in a few days a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
Made of tlie very best material, Ac., Ac.
Call and examine this lares and line assortment of roods.
Mt,til.lu .kA. 1.:...- . i ... &. . '
DuiiuwiDiutucniiiHiwijuiL; kuuu, uuu you vviu not be
disappointed either m styles or prices.
Sept. 27. lSi3. JAMES NICIIOL.
1833. 7 ALL IMPORTATIONS. 1853.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
No, 57, College street
JOHN X. HUME ts now daily leceivingfrom New York
and Philadelphia, his fall and winter supply-of desira-
uicwu3,iuhuii;uuc juuoh rcapcvuuuy invnes me alien
tion of all in want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
oct2 No. 57 Colleee street.
QTAPLE GOODS Webb. Saxonr and SiiakerFlan-
French and English Print;
JOHN K. HUME.
rine manKeis, &c;
Table Cloths, Ac ;
"jiTANTILLAS " AND
Satin and Cloth Cloaks;
CLOAKS. Rich Velvet
1 alma Mantillas;
White Emb'd Mantles;
" " Talmas:
JOHN K. HUME.
AT HUME'S EXHIBITION. Will be found an
assortment of extra cheap M0113 de Laines, some as
low as 1 2t cents per yard . oct2
ALSO RICH SILK DRESS GOODS. Magnifi
cent Plaid i)ilk; RawSilks;
Beautiful Poult d'Sol:
Rich Cliangeable Silks;
" Black Broche;
" Ital an Black Silks;
" Satin National;
" Rep Silks;
Black Armure Silks;
" Rsiilrimfn. '
Rob Roy Plaids;
Paris cie Laines;
A LSO 'English and French Merinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new. rich and really- elezant eoods. are all
respectfully invited, to the exhibition of
oct2 No.r.7. Colleire st.
RICH FALL AND WINTER
WA. A J. G. McCl.liLLANI) have just received the
large-t and best selected slock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this market, which they offer to the
trade at lower prices than they can be found in any other
house iu the city. At No. 20'Public snuare.
Rich Drcs4 Goods.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed de laincsi
Check do Rich Plaid
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Super bl'k do Glasgow PLtids;
Plaid Poplins; Plain Mous. de Iiaines;
Plain " Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks; English and German Merinos;
Neat de Laines.
Willi a great variety of low price de Laines Ac
H lute Goods, Ibices, etc.
Cambrics, Jackoncts, Swisses, Tarltons;
Vat. Iaces, Edgings and Insertings;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flonncings;
Lice and Muslin Collars and Chimizettes;
Jaconet Collars aud Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and Lawn Hdkfs in great varietr:
Kid Gloves. Silkand Wool "
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton do;
Black lace Veils, Ribbons, Ac.
In Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we have the richest as
sortment ever offered in this market, in Velvet. Satin. Cloth
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvets for making them.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vcstinps, Sattinetts. Flannels. Tick.
jugs. Shirtings, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bed
isianKeis, ruper Uoat lilankets, Niawls, Linsays, Prints,
Alpaccas. We feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
. 4 : .1.:-. ... I. " r.i : . . -
W "'CII lilll-ll-a. lUgllClUia BIWHU UaiUlUI CJU1UUUUUUU,
and in so doing save themselves some money,
octll McCLELIVND'S, No.20 Public square
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO. have received bv late arri
vals, New Style Dress Goods and Woollen Wrappings
adapted to the winter sales and City trade, which they will
sell very low, and invite the attention of Merchants to their
French Prin'd A'alenciennes:
Printed Safliower Velvets;
Royal Blue Aljiacas;
Black Silk Lustre do;
New Style Cashmeres;
High col'd French Delaines;
All wool black do;
Lapins black do;
Black Silks, all widths;
Fancy Dress Silks:
Black Silk Velvet Ribbons, all widths;
50 dozon Merino Vests, superior quality;
50 do do Pants, do
lo do do Wrappers,do do;
30 cases New Style Prints;
5 do New Detains;
10 bales Blankets;
So do 4-t Brown Domestics;
Which will be sold verv low by
Duncan, morgan a co.,
ocl21 Nos. 70 and 71 Public Square.
E R ES P ECTF U LL Y inloi 111 our irieuds and the
Jublic that we liave now on hand a large and well
stock of Fur, Silk nnd Soft Hats; Meus 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, j
wmcn uiey oiierai wnoiesaiu aua reiau. j
0C122 LANDE, ELSBACH A.CO.,
II.it and Cap Manufactory, No. 43, Market St. j
17' ALL A XIMV 1 NT EIM .' OODS I LANDE, ELi
A BACK A (IO., 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 per
sons who "are desirous of procuring fashionable garments
can be suited.
Customers nnd strangers visiting the city, are respectful
ly invited to call aud examine their stock before they buy
elsewhere. We are convinced that we can sell lower than
any other house in the city, cither wholesale or retail.
ALSO. Received this week a large lot of Trunks
Shirts, Stocks, etc- for sale low at
OCI22 LANDE," ELSBACH'S A CO.
NOTICE. 1 am closing up my business with a view of
permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt
ed to me by note and account, some for years, and I hope
they will call and pay up without further delay or trouble.
1 have removed my llooks and Papers to the room ad
foinintr Messrs. W. 1L Gordon A Co.
" qug 14 SAM SEAY.
YE FLOUR RUSSELL & HOND, 54,
Broad Street, have just received an excellent article of
Kir. iLUUli, boiteu and unbolted.
nov3 b A t w.
RINCIPE CIGARSrFIFTEEN THOUS
and extra Principe Cigirs, just received by
novl2 R. A J.NIXON.
CLERK WANTED. A YOUNG JIAN WHO
writesagood hand, and has a general knowledge of
accounts, can obtain a situation by making application, with
references, to M. box 39, Post Office.
Nashville, Nov. 11, 1853.
ULLAHOJIA , NOVEM11ER 10, 1853.
. Having determined on closing out my present business,
I have sold out my entire stock to R. U BANDV, who will
continue the business in 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 final close by the first day
of May next. novll 8t J. GRIZZARD.
rpo COUNTRY MERCHANTS. I would call
JL the attention of dealers to the heavy Stock of Wall
Papers, I am now receiving and prepared to offer on the
most favorable termi septla W. W. FINN.
rpHOSE FINE SNUFFS JUST RECEIVED
X persteamer A. L. Davis, 850 pounds of SNUFF of su
perior qualities of the tine brands of Garrett's sujierior Scotch
Snuffin bottles; Room's Macaboy in bottles and kegs. Al
so, a superior quality of French Rappee in gallon jars, suit
able to travellers. .Uo, a large lot of fine cut Cavendish
Chewing Tobacco, a new article, with an assortment of
The obovc articles I am prepared to sell Wholesale or Re
tail as cheap as any house in the West.
novl JAMES MOORE,
Tobacconist, sign little Iudian, corner Cherry and Cedar
NEW ARRIVAL OF GENTS' WATER
PROOF BOOTS AND BR0GANS,
At No. 42 College Street.
GENTS' Superior Calf Stitched Water Proor Boots;
u Pegged " " "
" " ' " Cork Soled " "
i 1' Kip " " "
EXTRA SIZED DOUBLE SOLED NEGRO BOOTS;
" " Brogaus,
of all qualities, at very low prices for cash, by
oct2tf 6w RAMAGE A CHURCH.
CKTC.lt. KOEt, THas. C. BCBOS, . - A. TVLKB
BEN. M. NOEL &. CO.,
Grocers aud Commfejinii, Recciviug and
AND DCAI.X&3 rx 1
Foreignnnd Domestic Liquors,
WINES AND LIQUORS,THREE HUN
drcd bbls 1 eond's Kectilied Whisky;
10O do Pate's do do;
5ft do RobertsoncountrD 1) Whisky;
0 do Old Monongahela do;
"D'soWUnurb'n Whis'y ft) baskets Cliampagne;
A.m,"ca, brandy; 2 pipes Holland Gin;
o- A n ; 40 boxes assorted Cordials;
In ZLa xt'iv zu 001 uidi'ort Wine;
n ?. . 20 bbI Pnre M "randy;
30 do W alker's Winter 10 bbls Api.le Brandv; '
o 1 ir f a ' 20 bea Hock Wine;"
2 lulf pipes Madeira and 20 boxes assorted Bdies:
hCTJir,?i"ev, 20 boxes Claret Wine.
3 14 VP OM Brandy; . . - ;
In store and for sale by oct29 BEN M. NOEL 4 CO
TOBACCO AND CMS ARsV FORT Y llxs
Gus Jones' Tobacco;
SO boxts Peter M Boax's No 1 Tobacco;
23 boxes Peter M Boaz's Gold Leaf Tobacco:
20 boxes Allison's Tobacco; 13 boxes Phoenix Tobacco;
25" boxes Fennell's do; 10 boxes Sam Wool's do:
10 boxes YoungABurrill's, " 5 boxes S E White's do;
ti.- 1 if: r j r 1 , i) 1 f. - 1 1
0 boxes Missouri
f boxes Reed A Nash do:
10 boxes B Duihr's
1 A Uvaa VnAttmK .
10 boxes Kentucky do;
50 boxes Terry's Melee Ci
gars; . . -
SO boxes Cuba Six Cigars;
50,000 Principe Cigars;
50,000 Regalia Clears; best brands, in store and for sate
by oct2l BEN. M.NOEL A CO.
SUNDRIES.i-ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
bags prime Rio Coffee;
2o) bbU St Louis Mills Floor. Flour;
100 hhds fair to choice Sugar; 5o bbls St Louis city Mills
200 bbls He boiled Molasses; 2 casks Madder;
100 bbls Sugar-house do; 100 boxes Glassware;
100 ii Obis sugar-house do; 100 bbls v inegar;
500 bbU No I Kanawa Salt,- 23 bbls Loaf Su;
iou Kegs.aiis, assorted;
20 bbls fowdcred bugar;
20 bbls Crushed Sugar;
50 bags Cotton Yams;
10 casks Soda.
100 Demijohns, assorted;
5 tierces Rice;
C ceroons best Indigo;
10 bags Race Ginger;
10 bags Pepper;
In store and for sale by
BEN. M. NOEL A AO.
NOTICE.-HAYING THIS DAY ASSOCL1
ted with us in the Gtocery Business, THOMAS 0.
HURGE, our business will be conducted as heretofore, uu
der the style of BEN. I. NOEL A CO.
oct29 BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
McCREA & TERRASS,
Corner of Broad and College Streets, Nashville, Tens.
Agents for Smxiht Pittsburgh and Wheding, A A A, and
PALE ALES, PORTER & BROWN STOUT.
HAVE now in store tho followine. which thev will sell
at Pittsburgh prices, (transportation added) to-day:
li urns ii smitb s l'lltsburgu Ale icr summer use;
150 " Kennctt Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;
100)4 do do for family use:
Casks Bottled do;
may 22 ly
UGAR AND MOLASSES.-
175 hhds Prima New
75 bbls Lna , Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
150 do Reboilcd Molasses;
100 M bbls do: 20ketrsGoldenSvrun:'instore
ana ior saie very low, ior uasn or 1'roauce, by
may Jici;ut.v 'l tttuAi).
riOFFEE, FLOUR, CANDLES, &c SOOlags
1.10 vouee; ou uo liguara ao,
200 bbls bup Hour, vanous brands;
160 boxes, X boxes, and V boxes Star' Candles
75 do Summer and Tallow Candles: ' '
60 do Dovles Sunerior Soan: 70 do Starch. For
sale very low, bjr jmay21 McCREA A TERRASS.
IRON, NAILS, CASTINGS, STEEL & AXES,
130 Tons Rolled Iron, warrauted;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
900 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
5000 lbs English Blister, Crawley and Caststeel;
20 Boxes Axes. For sale, by
may21 McCREA A TERRASS.
LI(MIORS.--6J- pipes Brandies, some very fine;
1 Cask pure Holl land Gin, EaIe Brand:
1 Piiucfieim Irish Wliisky, very fine;
25 i Ca.-ks Port Wine; 5 t Casks Sbcrrv;
25 Baskets Chamiiagne Wine, pints and quarts;
0 Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbls Ihibertson county Whisky;
S3 do Sam Davitbsou's Iatra do;
50 do Copper distilled WhUky;
60 do Monongahela Rtedo; i:o do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; 10 do N. E. Rnm;
35 do Sweet Malaga Wine: iu store.and for sale on lib
eral tenns, by may'Jl McCREA A TERRASS.
rpORACCO AND CEGARS 25 boxesLanghorn
JL and Armistead Gold Ieaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
on ooxes jiuscouam 1 oD.ieco; do Kentucky do;
60000 Havanna Cigars, various brands;
50000 Mela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do;
rnaysi jucuilbA A Th.l.UAW.
VLT. 1400 Bags fine Salt
1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale Inwbv
may2l McCRHV A TERRASS.
UNDRIES. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Copperas,
10 Bigs Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
5 do Alpice; 2 case Indigo;
60 cases Imtierial and Gunjiowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, 3 caks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks SikI:i;
60 Boxes of Jenny Lind and Qiurt Flasks;
100 do Pint and' Half Piut Flasks;
300 Gross Mason's Blacking;
100.000 Percussion Cans: 2 Bbls Alum:
&00 Lbs. Dried Beef; 40U Demijohns, assorted.
The above will be sold very low at the comer of Broad
and College streets, by McCREA A TKRRASS.
may21 b o.
INDOW PAPER, Teastersand Center Pieces,
new Patterns. Also 0 feet wide, plain, green, anoth
er lot just received by W.W.FINN,
ocl21-lf. Market st, between Union and the Square.
STAR CANDLES. 100 WHOLE, HALF
and quarter boxes received porS. B.Shylock this day.
nov3 McCREA A TERRASS.
SOAP FIFTY ROXES ROSIN SOAP, Rl
ceived per Shy lock, and for sale by
nov3 McCREA A TERRASS.
ATCHES.-F1VE CASES REST 31 ATCII
ES, received per Shvlock.
nov3 " McCREA A TERRASS.
"VrELEE CIGARS FIFTY
1?A Cincinnati Melee Cifjars.
McCREA A TERRASS.
STAR CANDLES 50 boxes Star Candles, receiv
ed per Shipper, and for sale low bv
oct20 McCREA A TERRASS.
PORK IIAKRELLS WE WISH TO PIJR
chase 2,000 PORE BARRELS, for which we will pay
the highest price in Cash, at 35 Brmd Street.
novt McCREA A TERRASS.
"PERCUSSION CAPS. RECEIVEDON THE
X steamer hliyloct 1.000,000 1 ercussion Caps, l.. u.
tluled, which we will sell in lots ot Eastern Cost, transpor-
tat ion added.
nov4 AlcUlr.A A T K It 1 SASH.
PEANUTS, F E ATI I E RS , ,& C. W E WILL
A, luy the highest price iu Cash or Trade for Pea Nuts,
Feathers, Dried Apples, Peaches, Ginseng, Beeswax, Ac.
nov4 B McCREA A TERRASS.
-VTOTICE. THOMAS C. HURGE HAVING
il this day purchased an interest in the-Ifouse of BE.V.
M. NOEL A CO., would most respectfully solicit his friends
and acquaintances to give him a call
Nashville, Oct. 29, Z. THOMAS C. BURGE.
ALUARLE RUILDING LOTS FOR SALE
AT AUCTION. I will sell on Saturday, the 19th of
November, (if not sold previously,) ten beautiful building
lots in Edgefield, fronting on Spring and Wetmore 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 12 foot al
ley. Persons desirous of purchasing lots for permanent resi
dences would do well hv calling on me soon.
lL A. BALLOWE, Genl Agent,
novo No. 17 Deaderick street
VTOTICE. THOSE PERSONS HAVING
L claims in the country or country towns, that they wbsh
collected immediately, can have them attended to by calling
on R. A. BALLOWE, General Agent,
novl No. 17 Deaderick street
T7OR SALE. A SMALL FARM OF riFTY-
P two acies, about 4 miles from Nashville, on tbe Spring
field Pike. It has a beautiful building site, immediately on
theTurnpifce, and the land is welt adapted for gardening pur
poses, grazing, Ac: one.half of which is enclosed with a
good postand plank fence, and a sufficient quantity of Ce
dar rails.on the premises to fence the balance, which will be
sold on a credit of one and two years, for notes payable in
bank, with approved security, drawing interest from date.
Forfurthcr particulars apply to It. A. BALLOWE.
novl3 Gen. Agent.
WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUULIC
Auction at the Court House, in Nashville, on the 19th
inst, Lots Nos. 9, 10, 11, and 12, containing 2 acres 221
poles, a3 designated in E." IL Childress' Plan of lots on the
North side ot Cumberland River, and near the Gallatin and
Vaughn Turnpikes, and in the immediate neighborhood of
Thos. Chadwell and A. JIcFerrin's. Terms made known
on the day of sale. R. A. BALLOWE,
nov9 a General Agent.
OR SALE. I HAVE 10 ACRES OF LAND,
six miles from Nashville, and about one mile trom the
Lebanon Pike, one-half cleared and the balance well tim
bered. This land lies as well as any in the county for a
market garden, all well enclosed with a good fence. Or it
will be exchanged for city property. Apply to
R. A BA LLi) WE. General Agent,
novl No. 17 Deaderick street
ANGHORN & ARMISTEAD. ioo PACK-
oges of lmghorn A Armistead's superior ChewingTo
bacco, just received and for sale by
oct2ti JOUNSON. HORNEA CO.
NOTICE WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A I
MAN competent to manage a MERCHANT MILL,
run by steam power. One giving satisfactory testimonials f
or his capacity to till the place mil be liberally paid by ,
the Sumner Steam and Merchant Mill Company. Gallatin,
Tennessee. J. A. uitAiin-w igcu.
Gallatin, October 26. 1853. trwiit
DR. T.L. DRY AN respectlnlly offers his senrjcei to
the citizens of Nashville in tbe practice of Medicine,
and especially in tbe ' treatment of Chronic Diseases. Of
fieu on the corner of Union and Summer streets,
No, 7, North ColIesevStrect,
WS rcspecluUy inform Druggists, Merchants,
lbysicians and Manufacturers, that they have
again commenced the Drug busmess in the new bnildinr
on College, near Church street, and intend cooiiaiuK them
selves to thfr WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock fs near,
ly entirely a fresh one, ami they are determined to make
both the prices and qualities satisfactory. Thev offer for
sale low lor cash or on lime to punctual men
ihu, gaiuins fxai n imer spenn Uil;
; .800 " ' TannerstOil;" j ' .
: 10&S pounds Indigo, of prima tnulirvd 1 J- !
14S3fo Madder. -. ". X 1
do Extract of logwood in small boxes
do JIurUte of Tin;
do Alum; I .1 itiiAl
do Reriued. Salpetre; ,
do Epsoui Salts: - 1 t
do Cum OamoliorT
do Kiiil tTitrli
VJdGm.M,LanejVennifiier1 T A A
.' j Jl,I'ahnestoct'a Vermlra' '
100 doz.Mibtaug Liniment- -1
00 G ro. wood box Matdies; .
8S0 doz. Mason's BlacJduir
lOOO pounds Red Lead dry;
S00 do White do do-
SW do -lethan;
K0O do Eng.uetia
SOU busli. Iveuluc
45 boxes Bonn's
21' do' Garrett's
t o doz i fis;nr;
43 do . MaccaboySnuff, in cott ,
100O lbs.' " " mjaraandlbbls;
SOO boxes Window Glass assortedSB 1
4000 lbs. Puttr, ":r It
1(50 pounds Pearl Sage; " ' ;?P
110 do Tapioca; ..
650 do" Gum Arabic; I
8 dot Cod L'verOil RushtoDjiChrke A LVs;
60 do Seidfet's Powders, in.tmboxes;
S6 do Soda: " "HI
CO pounds Calomel, English and American;
10 do Hydriodate ofpotash; '
2:5. 'do Spirits Nitric Aether;
66 do Aqua Ammonia;
20: do Sar. Indidaof Iron-
Schsetlelin, Extra Powders and Extracts;.-1
Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of various styles;
Physicians Pocket Cases of Vials a large, varity;
Amputating, Dissecting, Lythotomy-Trepanuina and
Midwife Instruments, in cases;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles andsizes.
33?" Feathers. Beeswax Ginsene'. Flaxseed. Ac takfn
.it the highest market rates. loctl3 tf
ZINC ".MUTE PAINT.-50 kegs received and tor
sale low. Thw article is said to be much superior to
White Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in exposed
sitnations, and all the purpose to which the latter is applied
and costs but little more. It is coming largely into use in
the eastern cities. ocr.'O EWIN BROTHERS.
G OLD LEAF AND FOIL. 10 ounces-Abbey's
r best Gold Iaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Tteccived
and for sale low by oct 20 EWIN BROTHERS
Corner of .Market and Droadsts., Nashville.
W. F. GRAY
S SUCCESSOR TO CARTWRIGHT AND
ARMSTRONG. WhoIesale Dealer in Drugs, Med
icines, -Paint. Dyes, Glassware, and Variety Goods.
Corner of Broad and Market street, Nashville, Ten
nessee. Y4 ould respectfully lnlorm the public that he has
purchased the stock cfCartwrigbt A Armstrong; Druggists,
comer of Broad way and Market, where he intends keeping
a large and well assorted stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Turpentine, Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, Glass Ware,
and all other articles usually kept in Dreg Stores, together
with a stock of varieties suitable for the Conntry Trade.
Druggists, Merchants, Physicians, Manufacturers, and
Planter, are iiivhed to call and examine the slock before
purchasing elsewhere, as be is determined to sell at such
prices as will give satisfaction to all; the quality oflhe goods
are warranted to be as represented. A large stock having
been purchased in the East sinco purchasing the stock, will
enable bim to compete with any house in the South west. He
ouers ior iaie low ior caso, or on lime to punctual men
W.M gallons launers Oil;
10 LbU Liusocd do;
5 bbls Lird do;
4 bbU Epsom Salts;
300 lbs Ex logwood;
200 lt.s Madder;
500 lbs Alum;
230 lbs Gum Camf Jior;
50001bs Sup Curb Soda:
5oo lis Litharge:
lOOOIls Venetian Red;
lOOOlbs Spanish Whiting;
40 bxs Uoou's Scotch Snuff;
20 bxs Garrett's do do;
4 bbls Macaboy's Snuff;
ikX lbs Aqyu Amonia;
200 ltd SpiriU Nitre;
500 lbs SiilpburicAcid;
50 gross M'I.arie'sVermifce 300 lbs Nitric
M gross rannsuxk s do; 000 lis Muriatic
50 erossMnstaiicLinamentr 10 ltta Svrun Iod Ironr
500 ltw Red Lead;
Feathers, Beesnar, Ginseng, At, taken in trade at mar
ket prices. octSO
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
Davidson Conn I y Court NovemberTcrm, 1833.
Henry J. Hvde 1
vs. " 5
Mills Shannon and others )
IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction or tie Court,
that the lollowmg defendants, lowit: William Shan,
nun and his wifeMilUf'lianiioii, formerly Milhi Hyde, whose
residence is not known, and Edmond ilyde. Martha. Hvde.
and Morgiaua Hyde, the three last being minor children of
Jolin Hyde, r., d'X-eased, 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 that the usual procrss of this
Court cannot be served upon them, it is ordered that publi
cation be made in some newspajier for said defendants to
come forward on the first Monday in December next, and
plead, answer or demur to the bill, otherwise the same will
be taken for confessed as to them, and set for hearing at the
said term of tlie Court. F. R. CHEATHAM. Clerk. Ac.
nov9 twAwlstdec Printer's fee ft.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court NovembcrTcrni, 1853.
George DHamlett, Adm'r, and others, J
Sqmre Johnson, and others. )
IT APPEARING to tlie satisfaction of the Court, in this
case, that two of the defendaiU. to wit Squire Juhnsou
and his wife Martha Johnson, are nou-residentsof the State,
being citizens of the State of Missouri, and that the usual
process of this Court could not be served upon theni, it was
uiucim mat jiuuiiuuitun uo uiaue in sumo newspaper ior
thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear at the De
cember i crm oi in is Louri, and plead to llie petition, otner
wise the same will be taken for confessed as to them, and
set for bearing, ex utrte. F. li, CHEATllAM,
NovS wAtwlilfdecS Clerk.
STATE OF TENNIXSEE, " .
Davidson County Court November Term, 1853.
E. A. Mabry, Adm r,
Daniel D. Mabrv. and others.
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of Ihe Court, in this
case, that the defendants. Win. 11. Mabry and Lewis
jiaury, are non-resiuenis oi me r?iaie, anu mat me usual
process of this Court can not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made for thirty days in some
newspaper, requiring said defendants to apjiear and answer
at the next term if this Court, December, 1833. otherwise
they will be pruceedod against by default
F. R. CHEATHAM,
nov9 wAtw till dec 9 Clerk.
LAND FOR SALLVHY VIRTUE OF A Dlf
crce of the County Court of Davidson county, ren
dered at the October Term. 1S53, in tbe case of Thomas
Farrell, Administrator, vs. the heirs of Jeremiah Shimmlck,
deceased. I will offer for sale, at Ihe Court House, in the
town of Nashville, on Saturday the $d of December next,
a TRACT OF LAND, containing ten acres, situated on tbe
Slurfieesbom' pike, about seven miles from Nas ville.
Said Tract of I-and belonged to th en ale ot Jeremiah
Shimmick, deceased, and is sold for the puqrfe of payirj;
debts oftheeuate, and upon the following terms, to wit :
$200 in cish, f 130 upon a credit of six months, and the bal
ance upon a credit of twelve mouth-, with interest from
the date. Notes with good securtiy required, and a Hen re
tained upon the Land until the purchase money is paid.
oct25 trwAd . It C1IE.VT1LVM, Clerk.
' JIARSHAL'S SALE. ' "
BY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS of fieri faiiat fomc
directed, from the Circuit Court ot Ihe United SlaleH
for the Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg
ments, rendered in said Court at its September Term, 1S53
to wit: '
David Jayne A Son, r. Mark L. Cartwrighl, and Leror
Armstrong, Judgment 15th September, 1853; same, tt.
same, Judgment 15th September, lS3t; W. M'Callv A Sob,
re. same. Judgment 15th September. 1853, and John 31.
Otv, r.same, Judgment 16th September, 1858.
lwill sell to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court
IIoue door, in tbe City of Nashville, on MONDAY, the
12th day of December, 1853, all the right, tille, claim, and
miercsi, oi iuo nam ueienaam. iroy Armstrong, In anu
to the following Lots, in the City or Nashville, to wit:
LOT, No. 39, as designated in the plan of the College or
Academy property, fronting 50 feet on Cherry street, anil
running back the usual depth of Lots in that part of tho
Citv, and i3 adjoining tbe residence of Wm. SlockelL
ALSO, part of Lot, No. 37, fronting 50 feet on Summer
street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at tho
North-west corner of B. F. Mosely's Lot on the ait side of
Summer street; theace along tbe east side of eaid street
50 feel; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 feet to Newnams lice thence running
back wilt said line about 160feet toon Alley; thence south
wardly with said Alky, 60 feet toXT "er; "Knee
with tne line of Mosely's Lot, about 170 feet, to the begiri-
Ineundivided interest of Mark L. Cartwright, in tlu
.kro itMcriW Lots, was conveyed toLertr Armstronr. bv
two Deeds, bearing date the 21st June, 1853, and are of re-
. i . . r. r : .1 . . .... ,.
cord in me neisicr uurev iu.u kvumj, m ih.ik,
No 17, pages zya anu
Both otsaid Lots have been levied uin as the Drorjertv
Defendant Aruistnmg and will be sold to satisfy' said writ
this i'jm day oi uciooar, laa-i.
J. B. CLEMENTS.
Marshall, U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
By bisDeputy, B. N. CLEMENTS.
CUMRERLANIJ COAL Tbe undersigned has
at his yard, on College street, oposite Capt. Home's
Paint Shop, a line lot of tbe best Cumberland CoaL which
will be sold at tbe market prices. The' public' are invited
to call and try this coal. . JAMES HUGHES.
J37" Having Wagons and Teams, I am at all times pre
pared to furnish my old customers and frieuds withSa.'jd
and Gravel, or to do any hauling that may be required.
Nashville, October 20, 1853 J. IL.
tr Blue Grass KiTKIf
1 Scotch SnurEfiif rartn
ISEfNASHYILXE "JIANirPACTTJHING COJaTAXT.
r"TMl IS establishment is now provided with Machinery an&t
A Tunis, complete, of th most modem construction; also
witl the best Meplumicil skilt thatihecmmtrv aflbnla, and
foTloW-"',Jr SOl'C'? 0r?"? Tl10 are P?1 to eiecate its
Such as Locbnuiltit foiTasiu-HOTr
Passecpr, Freight, and Repair Cars completed, and ohnort
Boat and stationary from 3 to 500 horstrpovrer wilh
boilers of the best 1'tnwtfe Iron,
. SAW JIILLS.
Machinery completo for fitting up Sush or Circular Saws
complete, with (he newest and most approved modes.
. GRIST MILLS.
Engine and Machinery made for all lizes, complete; to- '
gether with Machinerr for Sugar Mills uid Cotton Gins; al
so Machinery for Blast Furnaces, embrncinff (iuilrun. Cyl
inder, for bUst, Ac.
. ROLLING MILLS.
. ?.''VCastlranRollcK,arutalt xaachinerT for Roll
ing MUIs conTpteteuKide at sliortest notice.
'rJ -1 ".iVV AND IRON CASTING.
W any description, witli laftrng, mill gearing, water
wheeKcast , iron Bank vanhs, Ac, Ac. made ,to order.
Address JouxTnoiipsox Agent, , who wo practical ma
dienist) or th undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON.
jnnil ly n. President.
LINCOLN HALL FOR SALE.-A LARGE
aud commodious store house, with a large hall a bo re.
and family dwelling in the basement and pott of tha. ire!
ond story of tha building. Said pnijierty is on CoIIejw
Hill, Cherry street A bargain can he had by applying
soon, ai otbco No, 3 Cherry street.
novfi R. W. BROW V. Real Estate Ageut.
DESIRARLE RUILDING LOT FOR SALE.
On the Franklin Pike, between tlie residesctsof Jo
seph Vaulx and James A. Woods El.. containing 25 acres
has on It an excellent spring. Make early applications i
It W. BROWN, Gen 1 Ag
No. Cherry st
LOTS FOIt SAT.K A laron
House with M nr !l roniiM bitoluMi A in
lolk. m L.aJlcuunK tbe resukfice .if Gea. AVood
ALSO, a Frame Rouse, with ruoma. So, on middls
t ranklm.Pike, known as the Uatemon place.
AIO.a Brick House with 6 rooms, Ac- No. 1 Sprucu
street, near Cedar.
,n0, aJTnlMriciciHoos wiih4rooms,A&,N'o.
lOiiCherrystreet. below the Verandah.
ALSO, a vacant Let frontine feet tm the north side cf
Broad street, runnmgback ltofeet on High street
ALSO, a vacant Lot near th N. V. K. It Depot, front
ing 140 feet on the Penitentiary ISke, running tuck 274
ALSO, eight beautiful building Lots in West Nashville
Nos. SO, 32, 52, 102, 164, 12, 1T4. hod 17.
ALSO, one of Rowe's large patent corn crushers. Make
early application at Office No. tS Cherry street
It W. BROWN,
norS tf Real Estate Agent.
EGROEs"TiFsA LljrrveryhieJy negro a-
jl. y man. an excellent' Held band, IV years oM. and ctu.'d
S rears old. I wish to sell said Berves) tosowe person who
will give them a good home in Middle Tennessee.
It W. BROWN,
oct3 No. ?H Cherry st
jOCTOE YOURSELF! THE POCKET 2ESCTJLAPIU3
OR, EVERY ONEnlS OWN PHYSICIAN
THE Fortieth EdiUon, with Oae
Hundred Engravings showing
Diseases and Malformations of the
Human Srtem iu every shape and
form. To which is added-a Treatise
on tbe Diseases of Females, beios of 3
iuc uiRiiesi miportance to marned j
people, or those cuntempkiing mar-1
ruee. UvWILIJAM YODXu.M.nJ
Let no father be ashamed to pre-
sent k apvot uie KSUUlArilS
to his child. It may save him trom
an early grave. Let, no young man
or woman enter into Uie secret obli-
"S..1""'"8 1151 without reading the POCKET
BsCULAPIUS. Let no one suffenn.- from a hacknied
Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights, nervous feelicgs
and tbe whole train of Depectic sensations, and given up
by their physician .be anotheritoment withont consulting
tbe ESC UUPI US. Have the married, or those Hbout to
bemamed, any impediment, read this trulr useful book, as
it has been tbe means of saving thousands of uaforrunata
creatures from the very jaws of death.
tST .Anv person sending TWENTY-FIVK CENTS cn
clused in a letter, will receive one copy of tliis work by mail,
or five copies will be sent for One iMihr.
Address, (post-paid,) Dlt WM. YOUNG.
marchltf ly Ao. 1 58 Sfrvce M. fUtuMpAia.
DE. ROGERS 1TVEIJW0RTH AND TAB
FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF
Gmght, W1 Ifienoj, Attimht. UroveAUtt, npiUina of
and all Mer Lunf OnnpUnnh tefinSflo
THE GREAT COUGH BE3IEDY!
READER! have you a Cough, which vou are neglecting,
under the idea that it is only a eoramon cold, that u
will soon "wear ikelf outr" Let a friend lellyou, in all kind
ness, what will soon be tbe probable result
In a short time, it you continoe to neglect veorself, you
will begin to feel a sense of tightness and ogipression oerossi
the chest, accompanied with frequent sliarj darling pains.
Then s dry, hacking Congh will set m, and when you raise
anything .it wilt be a thick and vetleweOi, or white trethy
matter, streaked, perhaps, with blond. If vou UII take no
medicine, these unpleasant svtuptflnis will racrc!e, and vou
will soon lave Hectic Fever, CoW Chills, Night SweuU.Cop
ous Exictoration, and theu(iret IWtnuon. If vou stilt
neglect yoruveff; a fuw week or months w tU see you" consign
ed to the crave, leaving your friends to raoom fuiw ramdiy
CONSUM ITION did its work, and hrtrried vou awir.
Fnend! liave yoitno cause to oe alarmed In tlw above
sketch you may see as in a glass, bow every case f Con
sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal
termination. Of all the Thousands and MiHons whuu thw
groat Destroyer has guttered lo tbe tomb, everv single case
began with a Cold ! If this liad been attended to, all might
have been well but, being neglected, under the Total delusion
that it would "wear itself," it transferred its deadly action
to the substance of the Lans, exciting there the Crmatioa
of tubercles. Another, and another cold added futl to the
flame, until these tubercles begun to soften and suppurato
earing, by their ulceration, great ca dies in tlie Icings. At
his cruLr tlie diroase U very difficult of eure.andoftentimo
sets at defiance all human means.
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes
arrest the disease, or check it progrewt, and will always
make the patient more comfortaole, and prolong bis life, and
Ls therefore worthy ora trial; twtra its incipient or forming
periods. Consumption is as curable as any other disease, and
"Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverworth, Tar, ami Canchalajroa,
iftaken at this time, will cure it fjf" AS Sl'REI.Y AS IT
IS TAKEN !tJ This in strong language, but ve can refer
you to numbertess living witestvs to proe that itis TRUE
Andaherefore, we eornestfr exhort every man, woman and.
child, who has a Congb, oris sol ject to Cold, to keep med
icine by you in. the liouse; and n believer you take Cold, do
not '-let it alone" to work mischief in your system, but eradi
cate it thoroughly, at once, by litis power, fully healing com
pound and leave jour Lungs auwjured, to carry you in full
vigor to a good olilaget
Have you delicata; weakly children, who are always taking
cold, and subject to Croupf Remember' There never was
case of Croup, which did not originate In a Cold! And
when your child goes to bed wheeling aail coughing, you
know not that before morning, Cnxip lmtr not set in, and
ere you can get a Physician, your deui child may be beyond
the reach or help. We beseech yuu Ibwel.ire. as you value
the lives of your children, keep this nteuVme by jou in tho
bouse, and when your little ones tale cold aud commence
coughing, give it to them at once, ami rest not until the csnirh.
is entirely subdued. We couscientumslv aver, ail tr the
most extended experience, that if this advice were fbllfiwed
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at this ag
gravated and fatal stage. Let every Mother, especially, heed,
well these remarks, that she may not hereafter, when mourn
ing over the early blight of soke cherubed blossom, have
occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect X,
1 1 is an old adage, that "to be krwaraed, is to be forearmed. " P
P:irntt in lot it fu. in T'
Be sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers' Syrup of LIVERWORTi
i A it and UAMJUALAUUA, and let no other be palmed c
you. SCOVLL A MEAD,
111 Cbartres Street New OHpsniL
Wholesale General A gents for tbe Southern Stales, to whont.
all orders and applications for agencies must be addrcsae,
Also sold by BERRY, "V
ATL.AXTi.JnIy 15. 13f
MIANCERY SALE IN 1 I' RS 1 AXCeSw
J uu order, made in tbe cause of H . lleauanl?Ct
uiinistrator, vs. James Irwin, et al.s., at the October TeS
1S.A of Ihe Chancery Court at ClarksviUe, I will sell tol$L
highest bidder at Ihe Court House, in Nasiinlle.on SmS?
day, tbe 2lh day of November next, all of tbe Real Estiaia
theplradings mentioued. which consists of sundry very eli
gible, building and business Lots on Market stimt anC tbo
jiurireesborougb j-ixe, in Jsoutti Xashville, a ptat of.whic'i
will be exhibited on the dav of sale. JSs
The above property will be shown by Mr James Irwia to
anv person who desires to examine it
Terms of Sale One and Two rears credit'
payable at tbe Planters' Bank at; NasbviiJc, with approved
security und a iien retained uoiii inn purcnasc money soaii
be paid. TJKra. J. JH'MFORD,
oct27 td llerk and Master
OUNTUYiItESlDENCE FOR SALE
Jhe subseriberOtTers for sale bis reside vc;sftu- B;;
ated about 3 miles from Nashville, on the Marfrees- aiUc.
boro' Turnpike. It csnifsts. bCabout aeres. out-half in a
high state of cnltivaticiytbe bance woodland three never
failing Swings; an extensive Orchard, coniaioinga real v
nety of choice fruit-trees7witb eommodimis Jweifieand ont
houses. A further description is unneeevarr. a8cW-.-sirous
to purchase an call anoVexainine for hi!nvelvCi . ,
- Terms One-third-cah, and a credit -A i a ftu df tfra Tears'
on thebalanee. If not Sold privately teftre the TthjLast
the premises will beoSered at public aule at ttw Ctdrtiuo
on tnat day. Tot8 If r!. J . CARTER.
SpiceiLOystersja cases Sardiaea; i cases, assorted
f icKlesIO doz. fresh Peaches. Jost received auSlfcr ca&
0 noTli . KDWAUDSa UABBISj:.
LIQUORS ! LlQi'OIW 1 1
JUST received peytarmberiand; ' j
"40'bobi oltUIonongohelft WMsty;
. - . oia HTf. M yetn qhi;
20 " eighvpipe SenV . -
In store and for sale, low tor oasft .
oct 22. . PAVIiiaSBWANN
lTCTTlA FAMILA' FfJIItn.
lllilA Extra Family Floor in flnVand for sale
foctzS-j DAYfS AffWXy.
CARPETTNGS, MATTIN0S, BUGS. &e., Ac.
DUNCAN,"MORG,VN & CO.
HAVE now in store, a Urge stock of Three-plrsnp- tit
. grain and Wool figured Carpeting-, Cotton Droggett
Adclade MatsTuftie Rugs, Uiwy and white checked, Mat
ting of all lands,. and will be receiving regultrly rroai tbe
ramulartnres allnew styles, which they wi!i ,.iell by tho
piece only at very km prices.
RUg30 so Nos. 70 and 71, PbIioSu,qire.
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