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NAB HVI LLE:
SUNDAY MORNING, NOV., SO, 1853.
EST "NVe keep constantly employed, night and
day, siji superior job workmen at very heavyjslla
...rieal "These workmen are turning off some-of.thc
''neatest work ever printed in Hashville.
Catholic Cupncn. ,Tlie' subject of the "lecture
ilia AriAmAAM l . 7T..7,w,w.,,.rs: . - ' -.
i5F Rev. Bishop Soulb will preach at ,tli 'Mc-
Kcndree Church this morning at 11 o'clock. ,,
t JKrRer.AIr. Faiocsos will preacli at llio.Chns
. -tian Gburch this morning at 104 o'clock.
. - -- '!
'River. The river is still rising with, seren "feet
. on the Shoals. , r ; ,
u Steamboats. The Alcona arrived and left yes
terday. She left for St, Louis. Cumberland is( up.
.Alida left for St. Louis. 1
-NAsnTn.LEUNrvEP.srrr. We are glad to leam
:Jtliat this institution isin such a flourishing condi
tion, -There are now some two hundred in attend
0CT If- S. Combs has sold his entire interest in
jthe. publication of the "Evening News", to, Messrs.
"McKee & Asnsr. We wish all parties abundant
"jECORDEIt'a COCET. Tfcc follow
! -before this court yesterday:
ing persons wpre
,D. Sheehun, foe assault and battery, finod$2 and
,- iiW. Scat, for disorderly house and riotous conduct
nnea MO ana co3ts.
Hiram Seat, for disorderly conduct, fined"'S10
-ana casts. . . - .4
' Martha Reese, for disorderly conduct, fined '$5
,..,'" Ann Raly, for disorderly conduct, fined -$5 and
Tnr Race. We went down to the course yes
terday, and took a look at Compromise aud Coredlia
Heid, the two fine racers that are so soon to come
together for a purse of ten thousand dollars. . Both
fjhbrses look in excellent condition, and we. were
assured by their respective trainers that they were
i so? I The former 13 trained by Mr. P. S. Fowler and
will be ridden by Jose3 Clysee, the latter is trained
,ly Clist Cage, and will beridden by Thomas Cole.
There seems to be a.greater interest manifested
in' tills race than any that has been run over f the
Jfashrille course for many years, and we doubt not
"it will increase np to the day of starting. At this
time the betting is pretty nearly equal; if any dif-
' ference Compromise has the call. For our part we
shall'hold our peace until the 3d day of December,
then the man who dares differ with us in opinion
I, will be more than welcome to call - on AVatektield
alkeb and help himself to a fine hat at bur
VT The Auditor of the Treasury for the Post
'Office Department has issued a circular, notifying
contractors that from and after the 1st day of Jan.,
1854, but one draft for the pay upon each route per
qharler will be paid, or filed for payment, inhisof
ficc this draft should state upon its face that it is
die only one for the quarter, and the route, both to
be specified on which it is drawn, and the signature
thereto should be attested by the Postmaster at the
place where it may be drawn, and one other wit
ness, and each assignment thereof should be attested
by two witnesses.
St. Loots axd Cincinnati. The first locomotive
t 'on the western end of the Ohio and Missouri Rail
road was tested Friday. The editor of the St.
Louis Intelligencer reports as follows:
y ,. . Everything worked smoothly, in the trial of the
locomotive yesterday. The road has the broad
uage six feet and is as level a3 a floor. The
engines will not run on such a road they will fly.
Rut for the delay of chairs for the rails the cars
would have gone yesterday to Caseyville. The
road will be completed to that place in a fortnight
And, listen, citizens of St. Louis before the 1st
. day of July next probably by the 1st of April
.next we will go from St Louis to Cincinnati in
IS hours' time.
- UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, )
Satcbdat, Nov. 1.. j
REMARKS. Tub Weather forthe part week lias been
unusually warm for the season. From present appearances
we will probably hare fine, clear weather for the next few
. days. If so, our farmers will have ample time to secure
their cotton crop. Notwithstanding the absence of rain the
' river lias risen very fast for the past week there are now
about seven feet on the shoals being ample for large class
Meamers, several of which are expected from below.
Boslvess. There has been rather more activity in all de
partments of trade especially iu the grocery market. The
increased facilities afforded in the way of shipment, will
give more activity to business
COTTON. We have but little variation in the cotton
market sinco our last Planters are busy gathering the new
crop. The small amount offering finds ready sale. I'rices
i are still irregular and vary from 7 75aS CO. We heard of a
sale, however, on j esterday which brought 8 40 to fill an
rdcr from the country. As yet there has been very little
Speculative demand, owing to the unsettled state of affairs in
Europe; the condition of the river heretofore, and the little
offering for sale. As navigation is improving we hope by
next week to notice an increased activity in this market
The sales of the week amount to 51 bales.
The receipU to this date are: 2129 bales against C2.19
bales to same time last year being a decrease of 41 30 bales.
We give the following as the classification :
. ' Inferior 5 a 6
. ' Ordinary to Good Ordinary 6a 7
Middling 7K" 8
Good Middling 8 a
' TOBACCO Nominal. There is none coming in.
SUGAR. We notice no change in Sugar since our last
The stock is ample for the demand. I'rices range from 4 50
a 5 SO.
A COFFEE Remains about the same as our last. Stock
light Rio is held at 12al8c; New Orleans 12al2 50al3q
Baltimore, 13al3 50.
' MOLASSES. The supply is abundant and ranges from
FLOUR. We have only a limited supply of Flour in the
. .market, mostly Tennessee branch, which is held at 5 50a
.fi 00 per bbl. There is some old Cincinnati of v cry inferior
.grade spelling at 3 50ai 00.
PROVISIONS. In the provision market the stock is
".light and Hams command 8c; Shoulders, 5c; Side, Cc; Hog
rtmnd, Cc; LarJ, S; Butier, 10al2 Eyfs, 13; Potatoes, CO;
RAGS. There is considerable demand for rags. White
man, at his paper store on the square, is paying 3c. We
quote 2 50 ? 00 as the price.
1 LIQUORS, .Wises, Ac Stocks in market of imported
rut and Liquors are inadequate to the demand. In con
frequence of the general failure of the grape crop in France
nnd Germauy, prices will advance upon arrival of new stocks
..from fifty la itrefityfire per cent. In anticipation of this
advance, the market is very active, and at our pre.-e&t quo
tations stocks in first hands are very light, and but x.oily
4 The failure of the Wine crops in France for three succes-
,mtc years, will prevent heavy importations, consequently
prices will rule even higlicr, as the season advances than
.our present quotations.
BEPJBTED rOKTUE VXIOS AND AWER1COT.
Atlanta, Nov. 18.
H)eau Sib The stock of ltacon in our market is almost
.exhausted .one week more will close out all the sound offer
ing. Lard plenty in storeat Ual'-'c, dulL lluttor prime
new article 12Jal5c, ready sale. Irifh Potatoes in demand
at 75afl 00 per bushel. Grrcn Apples a small lot sold this
morning at ?1 & lcr bushel, proper figure (lafcl j." ery
scarce and likely to continue so. Flour in demand at if.'
uf 6 00 per bbl. Wheat has advanced to SSc per bushel for
prime red. Corn 65c. Oats JOaWc. Meal 63a70c. Cotton
, quite active at &fc for middling fair.
Exchange. Sight checks on Augusta, Savannah and
Charleston , and New York X l,cr cent premium.
Respectfully, Skaqo, Abcott A Co.,
Cotton Factorsand Commission Merchants.
IIa-nk or Nasnviu-K, ov. Is, 1S53.
ana, Ohio, KentucKy, ana -Missouri, will beicceiveu, nniii
lurth'r notice, b)- this Bank, at tar. The Bank notes of all
nthr Ktntps taken on liberal trnns.
(Hold. We continue to sell Gold at
lGold at half per cent pre
WESLEY WilELESS, 4
THE notes of the Solvent Banks in Georgia, Scuth Car
olina, Alabama, except State Bank,) Virginia, Indi
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN
Cikcinnati, Nov. 18. The river has risenfhir
tOcn inches. - IT"!
PiTTsnrjr.fi, Nov. 1& The river is fallit!gwith
Six fee eleven inches water" in the channel.'-r ,
New York, Nov. 18. Mess PorktSU 75a$152K).
Prime $11 75 to $13. "Lard 10 to 1(.
St. Louis,. Nov. ia--Flour dull af$5 50rC!ear
.JJacon. Sides. 7c. River falling. Hlog operations
Jiave ceased on account of Ihc wartnWeather?'
New Orleans Not. 18. Plonr CaC2 Jq Corn"62a
CG; Oats 50c; Mess PorkTjulllit 13 C0al3 5DcjBa
'con heavy, Ribbed sides 7; no buyers, lard in
bbls lOjallq Coffee advanced, 5000"at 10?alljc
Arrived Sallie West " O . 2"
- Louisville, Nov. 19. Pork packers have, stop
per operations on account ot tne warm weauici.
PiTTsnuno, Nov. 19. The'river is-isingslowly
wiui icet water an tne cuannei. t.z
Cixcutsatt, Nov. 19. The riverJLas risenTour
inches. Sales of 500 hogs at4 45.-,Good demand
for Tilling contracts.
EXCHANGE AND NOTE LIST.
COnHECTED DAfLT- BV-DTEK PEARL & CO.j-
Bvy'rng and Selling liattt, bated on sittns aliote fifty dollars:
Tennessee, all notes payable at Nashville X
" all others par par
Bant of East Tennessee...,.......,.., tlJpar ,
iKenthckv,' all'gpbd Hanks. ,-. . . . . . .u wpartJpro
Indiana " t ; yi aia
.Pennsylvania, all notes payble at Pilai Ta
- Uelplua . .rv.i ...:rf.pra K-P.ra '
New York City Ranks i. pari par
" Country... ,.-v. ......... K dis 3 dis
Virginia........'....,..'.' 4 d's
North Carolina 1 dis dis
South Carolina. '. -. r par
Georgia : i -i par
Alabama, State Rank and Branches.... - 1 dis .i-
Rank of Mobile -li.par. '
Southern Rink of Alabama.. " .!,"!
Louisiana , pan! pre
SPECIE.. ' -
American Gold...'. .. "Is pro
Silver, nollars and Half Dollars ..: ii 8 "
" Dimesandllalf Dimes ;.. 4 " S -"
Sight Excliange on hew-York
ght Excliange on New-York . . . . . i i JT,pre tlf pre
" " PliUadelnuia.:..'... ' "
i day bills pn N.York and Fhila par
Sight Drafts on New Orleans isjlcip '
30 day " " " par
f.0 " " " " .;. J dig ,r,
Checks on Cincinniiti par pVe
" "Jxjulsville " '"
" " St Louis, " i "
ISOacres, $178 00
80 acres '87'tK)
40 acres, , 44 00
IMA11INE NEWS.' '
THE OCEAN" STEAM EKS.
Sailing Days to mid from the United States.
FROM EUROPE. . . , , ,
BALTIC, (Am.) "Liverpool, Nov. 2, for New Yorkk
ARABIA, (Br) Liverpool. Nov. 5, for New York
CITY OF GLASGOW, Br) Li verpooL
Nov. 9, for... Philadelphia
WASHINGTON, (Am.) Southampton,
Nov. 9, for. .......... . . .New York
CANADA. (Br) Liverpool Nov. 12 for ..Boston.
ATLANTIC, (Am) Liverpool, Nov.16, for New York
ANDES. (Br) Liverpool. Nov. 1C, for Boston
EOROPA, (Br) Liverpool. Nov. 19, for New York
.i.UAii.,(iir) uverpooi,or.ii. ior ....unsion
COLLINS, (Am) Liverpool, Nov. SO, for .New York
CITY OF MANCHESTER, (Br.) Liver.
pool. Dec 7. for -..Philadelphia
COLLINS, f Am) Liverpool. Dec-11. for New Yoik
ALPS, (Br) Liverpool, Dec. 14, for Boston
FROM THE UNITED STATES.
ARCTIC, (Am) New York Nov. 12. for Liverpool,
GERMANIA, (Brem) New York, Nov. 15, for Bremen
AtKJCA, ilir) iew xorlc, ov. 16, lor..., ....Liverpool
FRANKLIN. (Am) New York. Nov. 19. for Havre
AMERICA, (Br) Boston, Nov. 23, for , Liverpool
ARABIA. (Br) New York, Nov. 80, for Liverpool
WASHINGTON, (Am) New York, Dec 3, for,. . .SouUYton
CITY OF GLASGOW, (Br) Philadelphia, Dec
8, lor Liverpool
THOSE T0PDXAB DRESS HATS
AT WATEItFIELD & WALKER'S CON
TINUE to elicit the admiration of the fashionable
world. Tbey are entensively enpaged in manufacturing
HATS of every shle and quility, and are prepared at the
Miortest notice" to produce Hats of anv size or shape requir
ed. Thev sell their exlra qujlitvof French Jloleskin Hats
at fire dollars. These Bats on be discerned from all others
for beauty of texture aud e!egnce of design. Anew sup
ply ready to-day.
noviy Vr ATfcllMr.l.lJ iS WAL.lVt.lt.
OVll rOLUtiDOLIiAJt HAT IS MAKING
auite an impression in the community. Never, in the
annals of Nashville, has such a nat bccn'ofTered lor roca
dollacs. It the sceptical and unbelieving call and sec
for themselves at
nov!9 WATERFIELD & WALKER'S.
17OU IJOYS AND CIIIIjDKEX. "E HAVE
. the largest and most varied assortment ot fancy Hats
, '1 . . T I rti -J II" . .1 ,
anu unps ior mip unu uuiiurvn e er uiiereu in uie cuj.
Most ot the blyles are entirely new and very desirable.
AI.SO. A "line assortment of Indies' Riding Hats of the
finest quality and latest desipn.
noviy WATbKMbtill A nAlihvAK.
TMI'OKTANT TO THE 1-ADIESOUIt
I ittiM-k of fine faner Furs is hourlr exneeted. Wis mail
our purchases Ule in 'the seiiftn, and consequently shall be
enabled to sell them low. We eipect in a few days to have
tuem ready lor inspection.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
nat and Fur Store, No. 26, west Eide Public Square, next
to Uowdey s. noviy.
KIIEUMATJSJI. " JUIIiUJIATIS.il CAN
be cured, either inflammatory, (acute) or chronic. No
matter what lorm of the disease, how bad or how long
standing, by the ne of that celebrated Vegetable Internal
remedy, Mortimore's Rhenmatic Compound and Blood
runner, for tale uy lue oniy Agent, in jasnviue.
novlS ii. u. suu
rpKUSKS ! TItUNICS ! ! TJtUNKS ! ! ! HE
JL CEIVKI) this day another bupply of the best Sole
Leather TRUNKS various bizes.
novlfl MYERS k McGILL.
EOBE WE CHAJIUKE AVE HAVE JUST
, leccived an asAriment of ROBE DE CI1AMBRE, of
Cashmejc, Muslin do l.ain and Oil Calico. For sale bv
novl9 MYERS .t McGlLL.
II, IIUCK SlilN SHIRTS AND DRAW
ERS. This dav received another lot of Buck Skin
SHIRTS and DRAWERS. They are recommended by our
best physicians as indispensable So many persons. For
sale by povl9 MYERS & McGlLl-
UNDERWEAR. JUST RECEIVED A LOT
of Gentlemen's UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS,
of Silk, Cashmere, Marino, Lambs Wool, Canton Flannel,
and pUin Cotton. For sale by
noVlU MYERS k McGILL.
EMBROIDERED SHIRTS. RECEIVED
this day asmall assortmentofelegantEMBKOlDERED
SHIRTS, for Wedding and Party occasions. For sale by
MYERS A McGILL
THE "EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
fe M M HI
Paris Imported Hoimets, Millinery, Ac
I' ALL FASHIONS FOR 1853.
500 FANCY BONNETS.
WE would respectlully 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 Bounets, and new styles, of Emb'd
Belgnade and other stv'les of Straw Uonnets ever opened at
Nashville or in the West. Likewise, rich Plumes, Head
Dresses, Flowers, Ribbons, Dress Goods, Perfumeries, Kin
broideries.and Fancy Goods Ac, comprising ?20,00 wortlu
Having imported a great part direct from Paris, our prices
shall be lower than any of the boxed up inillenery adver
vertized as fashionable and professing to be the latest styles.
Our long engagement in the business, now nine years in
Nashville, and doing u very extensive business, must give
us advantage over any other houe in the city, and we flat
ter ourselves that our friends are well satislied. So, now
Indies, e ih your visits to make vour selections. We
cm make yon look more enchanting than ever this fall, for
the street, balls nnd wedding, having Ladies of superior
good ta-ic from England, France and New York, to assist
us in our establishment. We have added to our stock this
fall, rich Dress GimxIs at less than auction prices, a fine
stock of Mantillas, Woolen Coats, Caps Ac, rich iluslinde
l.uuts and (.'ahmieirs at 30 and 3-i cents per vard, su
perior Meiinosat mc. -north 1.23; rich Needlework goods,
t'heinizrlis. Infants Robes, I'ointeil Collars, Undcrsleevcs,
Haudk's, beaulifully embroidered, nt 1.25 to 1.75, cheap at
3 .Ml to 5.O0. Likewise, a large stock of Fancy Goods and
Trimmings. Having a large stock this fall, our object is to
make small profits and large sales, giving the purchaser
advantage of good lwrgaiiv-.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. 4G, Union Street,
next to the State Bank.
oct 4 8m Agent.
HN. MYICRS, respectfully informs
. the citizens of Nashville, and the pub
lic gent rally, that he still continues the above,
business on Cherry street, between Cedar and
Line streets, below the Theatre, where he is prepared to
build Coaches ami Carringes of all kinds to order.
He will keep cousiantlv on hand an assortment of Rug
pics,Itaroiiches,lIi:i'tons, etc., which he will ofTer
lor sale low for cash. Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a call.
Repairing in all branches done at the shortest notice and
in the neatest manner. aug23 3m.
CURES FOR CHILLS A ND FEVERS, WEAK
NESS, DEBILITY, &c.
Osgood's CnOLAOocur, Jtawandt,
Ifauses A (Xopton's Tonic Richardson's Sherrv Wine.
Moffatt's, Spencer's, Hoofland's and Dromgoofti Bittebs;
Saffington A William's Acca and Fevek Pilis.
REMEDIES FOR COLDS, COUGHS, BRON
Wistart, William. Hatlingt p Ayref Balsam of Wild
r T H-....1 X' .1 . T . . . I Tl 1
wiiuiij, iai ouu iiuuu xiupuia, jptxiuruuu, uouguuai'
sams, syrups, sc.
FOR FAINS, BRUISES, RHEUMATISM, Sic
Arabian and Mnstang Linemen Li,
Davis' Pain Killer, Celestial Balm,
Bidli Sarmvarxlla vrrwred. ite. Br T. WEEIiS.
oct3 Market opposite Union St, Nashville
"OERFUMERY in great variety, kept constantly on
JL nanu anu ior saie ax we iowesi prices.
Fine Toilet and. Shaving Soaps.
210 Doz well assorted Toilet Soaps;
Fine Slutting Cream and Soaps.
FOR THE TEETH. ' -"
, Odonline and Charcoal Tuolh 1'asU;
Chlorine, and Oris Tooth Washes;
EovtseVt Jin-e TvoUt loader$;
-Tooth-aclm Drops assorted.
Received and for sale by T. WELLS.
QUININE; .Morphia, Chloroform, Pepsin, Cod Liter
OH, Stnchnine, Hyd. Potassae, Iodine, Nitrate Silver,
Seieet J'incdert of Opiutn, IpecacuaiiaJt, Calocyntli, Jthnlirb,
bcamony, May apple, jjayHrry, U olden eal, a-e.
Received by T. WELLS,
: oct3 Market Street,
5,450 HoUttXne Gliztd Farlor and Jfall Fajiert,
Cheap Vitalised 1'tiiiers. Kell atsorUd.
JSorderimj and Curtain and Tester I'apern, assorttd.
For sale unusually Chca, by
FINE WINES, .BRANDIES, &c, &c.
Champaigce, Otard Dupey, Dupey Signett, French, Peach
'and American Brandies; iltiaera.Foit.rale Slterrti. Claret
...j if. . ! iT: . r-...- .. r. - t . i t
auu iuucaici l mcs, iMiiwjH wrier, ut. jveceiveu uy
ocis 1. WJSLIS, itarxet Street
ARTIST'S COLORS, &c.
Oil Colors in flexible tube;,
Sable. Camel's hair and Bristle Brushes.
Palette Knives, Varnishes, drying oil, Ac, - "
Water color paint boxes, assorted.
Daguerreotype Paint boxes,
do. materials, assorted.
Received and fer sale low by T. WELLS,
oct3 Market St reet-
MAHOGANY, A:c, &c.
Fine crotch and shade Veneers,
Oak Veneers, uld ingt,
Bureau Knobs, Sand Paper,
Oflered low by octa T. WELLS.
COACH VARNISHES, ASSORTED,
PAINTS, AND OILS, aU linds,
GLASS AND GLASSWARE,
Bacsnis of all sorts,
Dve STcrrs opsvEar vakiett.
MEDICINE CHESTS, &c.
Assorted Medicine Chests, Medical Saddtelags, Surgeons'
pocket instruments, Physician Pocket Caste of Vialt,
Couching, Cuppine, Amputating. Ear and Eve Instruments.
Medical Spoon, Horse and Spring Lancets, Scarificator,
Microscopes, Tellescopes, Hydrometers and Thermometer,
received and for sale by T. WELLS,
sign oi me Alan ana Mortar, on juarKer, opposite
nov23 triwlm Union sti-eet, Nashville.
BONNETS, RIBBONS, Ac.
Ko. 14 Cherry Street, near Union.
MRS. E. LOCKHART respectfully informs the Ladie3 ct
Nashville and countrj", that she bas now received her
select Fall assort tnent oi tne newest ana most lasmonable
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Flumes, Trimmings, Linings,
Thankful to the Ladies for past favors, I flatter mvsel
that I have something very beautiful to show" them this
season. Please call and see before yon purchase elsewhere
oct27 tf 14 Cberrrst.
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS
rritviip'CTTiJviTnnRpnT.i5Ti rrr rinc;n
storing and preserving tho lustre of varnished or pol
Bv the annlicatien of this polish. Pianos. Furniture, of
any'description, and Carriages after being tarnished with
age, mav 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. For sale
in bottles, at 50 cents and $1 00, by
SJUW, jiAUJvt..iiir. j: uu.,
BRITTANIA W ARE -THE SUBSCRIBERS
have just received from New York, a large supply of
Brittama W are Pitchers, 1, 2, E, and 4 qLs;
" " Coffee, Tea and Cream Pots;
" " Sugar liowls;
" " Candle-sticks and Iimps;
" Cups and Cigar lighters.
For sale at asmall advance on Manufacturers prices.
SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.,
PLANISHED AND BLOCK TIN WAKE.
We have lor sale the largest stock ever oflered in Nash
ville of the above beautiful ware, consisting of
soup Tureens, various sizes;
Cover'd Dishes with heaters;
Beaf Steak Dishes with heaters;
Ovster Dishes Charing Dishes;
Teaand CofTee Pot9,from 1 pinttoCqts;
Coffee Biggins, various sizes;
CoflVe Grecques, large and small sizes;
CofTee Urns, Octagon, Oral and round.
As the above articles have been purchased for cash and
atlow rates, theywill be sold chcajier than articles of the
same quality have ever been offered before in Nashville.
SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.,
LADIES' FANCY DRESS FURS, MUFFS,
VICTORINES, AND CUFFS.
iJJLADIES will bear in mind that the largest
assortment of Indies and Misses FURS ever
in oneStore, are now ready for exhibition at the
FUR EMPORIUM of FEAXC1SCO WMTJIAX,
No. 23 Public Square.
They have taken great pains in selecting their FURS for
the FALL TRADE, and Ladies may rely upon getting noth
ing but the qenvine FURS; as we sell no imitation;
LYN1X, BA'DGERS, stone and nx k MARTIN, in setts,
FITCH, JENNETT, and CONY, do: Y1CTORINES and
CUFFS, SWANSDOWN and ERMINE necties; Wristlets,
and Capes; to which we invite the earliest attention ot the
Ladies. FRANCISCO k WHITMAN,
Hat, Cap, and Fur Store, No. 22 Public Square.
AGAIN AVE WOULD INVITE OUR CITI
ZENS and STRANGERS, VISITING and passing
through the Cilv, to call and examine tho magnificient and
superb MOLESKIN HATS, manufactured by FRANCISCO
k WHITMAN. No. 23, Public Square.
Every styleof HEAD ORNAMENTS, can be had at their
"PALACE HAT" STORE.
FRANCISCO k WHITMAN,
oct29. No. 23 Public-Square.
1) ARENTS AND GUARDIANS Are invited to
call and examine the beautiful assortment of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Caps of the latest and most
approved styles, which are for sale t the splendid hat es
tablishment of FRANCISCO k WHITMAN
oct29 No. 23, Public Square.
rplIE METROPOLITAN HAT. Those persons
JL 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 k WHITMAN.
oct9 23. Public Square
LYONS At CO.
Importers and Dealers in Havana Cignrs, To
bacco, and all kinds of Foreign Wines,
No. 19 Ckoar Stbeet, Nashville.
Country orders respectfully solicited and punctually at
E1G CHEWING TOBBCCO. THISTOBAC
co is far superior to anv other now in use, being of the
purest lind, without any mixture or ndulteration, it is a new
article in the Southern conntry, and only wants a trial to
make it become universally used. The only place i t can be
found in Nashville is at LYONS k CO.,
novl3 19 Cedar street.
BRANDIES, WINES, &c. ALSO JUST RE
ceived several Quarter and Eighth casks ot the purest
French Brandies, Wines and Liquors of all descriptions.
We have ako jut received a few cases of the celebrated
Scheidham Schnaps. We respectfully invite the inspec
tion of country and city dealers.
LYONS k CO-
No. 19, Cedar st
CIGARS I CIGARS ! I JUST RECEIVED
as fine and large an assortmcntof HAVANA CIGARS
as has ever been in Nashville. Please call and examine
for yourselves, for sale either wholesale or retail at
novlF. LYONS k CO., 19 Cedar st
LADIES' BONNET BOXES. WE HAVE
received another LOT OF LADIES' SUPERIOR
BONNET BOXES. RAMAGE k CHURCH,
novl8 42 College street.
Fall and Winter
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
XT NTCHOii'S COP. NEE, ' '
Xo. 13. Corner &2.uare and Market Street XathviUe
HAS received his new tall Importations of RICH AVn
ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
he takes pleasure in inviting .the -attention of fri.r,. . a
the pub lie, feeling assured, that .he, .can offer as great Lar-
lauu! a.i rau uc iwiiiu iu uiu i . , ,
IN RICH FALL AND WINTER STT.vra
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are trul v eleoot.i
eluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
tii i i . i ill.. -i. i ..).-.. c-r j A' : ,
iiaiu, uiuvuuc, uiwi, iavaucicr, otiipvu, ..Miuoai. neon
auu Y uieryu onus, u uiu uti;ii iu ma city.
New and Beautiful Parisian Plaids,
Of entire new designs, withlhe handsomest and
RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including the gar, grave, rich and elegant.
New .and Choice French Merinos.
The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most
l . vi- . 1 1.. .... ..... r . , . - i
uuiiuoiiauie Buauta n aicu lue lauies win una oeauiuui.
ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH
Of the choicest patterns and most beautiful colors, 'and in
lacieveryoiuersiuaoi ury uooas . suitable lor
LADIES' aud CHILDREN'S WARDROBES,
CantonCrape and Embroidered Shawb, of all kinds, in
rliiHtnr. t!ip ltirlr llmitu n, P..ImAM Uk.l,
- n . .... uum.uc, D uuaiiia,
- MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
Of Bombazines, Alpacca, Clotlis, Canton, Black de'Laines,
Tt.nwvoa ilrnAina 1 . . . T .. L1 . fl . 1 1 -,. . .
- " vtivi .""f,-uiuuiugoict3j, vMJiiam, vueiuizeiu,
iiaiiuk-erciiifis, anu evervining else smtaDIe tor a
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Honiton. Valencienne, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Chemizetts and Sleeves; fin setts"!; Jaconet and
Sirica r.i..j t.i.-.., ; .. . f l - . i r- ' i. .
un,(,j,..p.uOT,g uiiuuncMiu owls xiouscm:
applique work. Also a fane assortment of
LADIES' AND GEN LUMEN'S BT.flVES .
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and Merino Under
suins anu urawers. , ,
HOUSEHOLD AND PAiriT.V'cniins:'
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetihgs and Shirtings, Table Da-
j -. . ...... - . fc.' , viH9uiaiiu i ' irt o-
IWin f.T.l," V U r A vir r"p. 1
Quilts, Flannels Canton Flannels, Welsh FIannel3' and
FRENCH CLOTHS. DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres;'Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open In afewdays a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
ASili JIAiV TILLAS,
Made of the very best material. Ac. Ac
Call and examine this large and fine assortment of goods,
ouiiauiit m tita DlijrniaLUlllg mmsoii, auu you Will not oe
uisapHiiuieu eiuier in styles or prices.
Sept 27. 1653. JAMES NICH0L.
FALL IMPORTATIONS. 1853.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS. . ,
No, 57. CoUe-ge street.
JOHN K. HUME Is uow daily receivingfrom New York
and Philadelphia, his foil and winter sunnlr of desira-
uic giwua, w wiutu iiu uiu3v i ccvm uuj invites me alien
tion of all in want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
me season. joha K. HUME.
oct2 No. 57 College street.
QTAPLE GOODS Welsh, Saxony and Shaker Flan-
KJ nels: Colored Hannels;
French and English Prints; Toweling;
Fine Blankets, Ac.r Napkins;
Table Cloths, Ac; JOHN' K. HUME.
ATANTILLAS AND CLOAlS.--Ric Velvet
L1X Cloaks; Talma Mantillas;
. Satin and Cloth Cloaks; Talma Cloaks;
Cloak Cloth; White Emb'd Mantles;
Cloak Trimmings; " " Talmas;
Extra handsome, J0HN:K. HUME.
A THUMB'S EXHIBITION. Will be found an
Tjl assortment of extra cheap Mous de Laines, "some as
low as 12J cents per yard. oct2
ALSO RICH SILK DRESS GOODS. Magnifi
cent Plaid Silk; Raw Silks;
Beautiful Poult d"Sol: Scotch Plaids;
Rich Changeable Silks; Stuart Plaids;
" Black Broche; Rob Roy Plaids;
" Italian Black Silks; Highland Plaids;
" Satin National; McGregor Plaids;
" Rep Silks; Paris de Laines;
Black Annure Silks; " Cashmeres;
" Radzimer " Robe Patterns;
ALSO English and French Merinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new. rich and reallv decant iroods. are all
re.-pectfully invited to the exhibition of '
oct2 ' . No .HI, College st.
RICH FALL AND WINTER
XTf A. k J. G. McCLELLAND have just received the
largest and best selected stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this market, which thev offer to the
trade at lower prices than they can be found in any other
house in the city. At No. 20 Public square.
Rich l)res Goods.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed de Laines;
Check do BichPlaid "
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Super bl'k do Glasgow Plaids;
Plaid Poplins; Plain Mous. de Laines;
Plain " Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks; English and German Merinos;
With a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac
u lute uoods, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackonets, Swist-es, Tarltons;
Vat. Laces, Edgings and Inserting?;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncings;
Luce and Muslin Collars and Chimizettes;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and Lawn Udkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves. Silk and Wool "
Super Wocl 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. Vestings. Sattinetts, Flannels, Tick-
nrs. Shirtines. Bleached aud Brown Domestics. Bed
Blankets, Super Coat Blankets, Shawls, Linsavs, Prints,
Aloaccas. We feel confident tliat buyers will find it ereatlv
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and in so doing save themselves some money.
octll JicUi.biLuUus, o.'o ruonc square
DUNCAN, MORGAN k CO. have received bv late arri
vals. New Stvle Dress Goods and Woollen Wrappines
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 Valenciennes; rnnfed Safllower Velvets;
New Stvle Cashmeres; Royal Blue Alpacas;
lligh col'd French Delaines; Black Silk Lustre do;
Allwoolblack dor Colored Alpacas;
Lapins black do; Merino Francais;
Waterea 1'opuns; tngusn Jierinos;
Black Silks, all widths; Silk Plaids;
Fancy Dress Silks; Scotch Plaids;
UUCKSUK t eivei iiiDoons,aiiwiains;
50 dozen Merino Vests, superior quality;
50 do do Pants, do do;
10 do do Wrappers,do do;
30 cases New Style Prints;
5 do New Delains;
10 bales Blankets; ,
50 do 4-t Brown Domestics;
Which will be sold err low by
DUNCAN, MORGAN k CO.,
oct21 Nos. 70 and 71 Public Square.
1TTE RESPECTFU LLY inform our friends and the
nuhlic that we liave now on hand a lanre and well
assorted stock of Fur, Silk and Soft HaU; Men's and Boys'
Cassimere Hats; Childrens' Fancy HaU and Caps; Men's
and Boys Cloth, Flush and Fur Caps of every descriptitn,
unsurpassea in goou quality, style ana lowness oi price,
which they offer at wholesale and retail.
oct22 LANDE, ELSBACH A.CO,
Hat and Cap Manufactory, No. 48, Market St.
17ALL AND WINTER GOODS. LAJiiDK, EUj
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 per
sons who "are desirous of procuring fashionable garment
can be suited.
Customers and strangers visiting the city, arc respectful
ly invited to call and examine their stock before they buy
elsewnere. vi e are convincca mat we can sen lower uian
any other house in the city, either wholesale or retail.
LSO. Received this week a large lot of Trunks
Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at
oct22. LANDE, ELSUACU'S k CO.
"VTOTICE. 1 am closing up my business with a view of
1 permaneutlr withdrawinir. Many persons are indebt
ed to me by note and account, some for years, and I hope
tney will can auu pay up muiuuiiuruieruciuj' in uuuuic
1 have removeu my isohks ana rapers 10 me room aa
foining Messrs. W. II. Gordon k Co.
' aug 14 SAM SEAY.
EYE FLOUR RUSSELL & BOND, 54,
Broad Street, havejust received an excellent article of
RYE FLOUR, bolted and unbolted.
PR1NCIFE CKJARS. FIFTEEN THOUS
and extra Principe Cigars, just received by
novl2 It. A J. iMAOiN.
iLERK WANTED. A YOUNG .HAN WHO
l ... .... t Vi . . n .1 .. n .1 l,o.a nan ami Cnmrlailm nf
accounts, can obtain a situation by making application, with
references, to M. box 89, Post Office.
Nashville, Nov. 11, 1353.
rpULLAHOMA, NOVEMBER 10, 1853.
JL Having determined on closing out my present bnsines,
1 havs sold out my entire stock to R. C. BANDVj who will
continue the business in his own name, pay out the pro
ceeds of my stock and collections to those I am indebted
(o in Nashville, so as to make a final close by the first day
of May next. novll 3t J. GRIZZARD
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS 1 would call
the attention of dealers to the heavy Stock of Wall
Papers. I am now receiving and prepared to offer on the
most favorable terms. sept!5 W. W. FINN.
HOSE FINE SNUFFS JUST RECEIVED
per steamer A. L. Davis, 850 pounds of SNUFF of su
perior qualities ol the fine brands of Garret t's superior 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. Also, a large lot of fine cut Cavendish
Chewing Tobacco, a new article, with an assortment of
The above articles I am prepared to sell Wholesale or Re
tail as cheap as any house in the West.
nov4 JAMES M00RE,
Tobacconist, sign little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar
NEW ARRIVAL OF GENTS' WATER
PROOF BOOTS AND BR0GANS,
.4 No. 42 College Street.
GENTS' Superior Calf Stitched Waterproof Boots;
r . " Pegged " "
" Cork Soled " "
ii ii ii Kip " " "
EXTRA SIZED DOUBLE SOLED NEGRO BOOTS;
of all qualities,- at very low prices for cash, by
oct2'J-6w RAMAGE & CHURCH.
BIS. tt. XOKL, TaOS, C BtJB(5, A. TTLTR
BEN. M. NOEL & CO., .
Grocers and Commission Receiving and
- ASD DIALXB3 IX
Foreign and Domestic Lienors,
COLLEGE STREET. - '
WINES AND LIQUORS, THREE HUN
dred bbls Leond'3 Itectified VTiisky: ,
100 da Pale' do do;
.50 do Robei fson county D D Whisky;
40- do Old Monongahela do;
25 bbls old Bourb'n WhU'y 50 baskets Champagne;
100 do American Brandy; 2 pipes Holland Gin;
j Jf-E Rum' 4t oows assorted Cordials;
25 do Gin; 2o bbLs Old Port Wine;
1 ?,-SI.Lm,ne;.- 20 bbl3 PDr Brandy;
30 do W alter's Winter 10 bbls Apple Brandy;
. A-le! ,. 20 boxes llock Wine;
2 liair-pipes Madeira and 20 boxes assorted Brandies;
Sherry Wines; 20 boxes Claret Wine.
a lj? ninpjl illrl Tlmnilr-
Jn store and fur sale by' oct29 BEN. M. NOEL k CO
rpOBACCO AND CIGARS. FORTY BXS
1 Uus Jones loOacco;
30 boxes Peler M Boazs No 1 Tobacco;
25 boxes Peter 31 Boax's Gold !-eaf Tobacco;
20 boxes Allison's Tobacco; 15 boxej Phoenix Tobacco;
25 boxes Fennell'a do; 10 boxes Sam Wool's do;
10 boxes YoungABurrill'a " 5 boxes S B While's do;
20 boxes Missouri do; 5 boxes Reed A Nash do;
10 boxes B Daily's do; 10 boxes Kentucky do;
10 boxes Knders dor
50 boxes Terry's Melee Ci- s
30 boxes Cuba Six Cigars;
50.000 Princioe Ciirars:
50,000 Regalia Citrars; best brands, in store and for sale
by octib BEN.M. NOEL A CO.
OUNDRIES. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
Lj bans prime Kio Coflee:
200bblsStTuis3IilUFloun . Flour,
100 hhds fair to choice Sugar; 50 bbls StLouiscity Mills
200 bbls Keboiled Molasses; 2 casks Maader;
100 bbls Sugar-house do; 100 boxes Glassware;
100 bbls Sugar-house do; 100 bbls Vinegar
500 bbls Nol Kanawa Salt 25 bbls Loaf Sujsr,,
100 kegs Nails, assorted;
20 bbli Powdered Sugar;
20 bbls Crushed Sugar;
50 bags Cotton Yarns;
10 casks Soda.
lvo I'emijonns, assorteo;
b nerces Kice;
5 ccroons best Indigo;
10 bags Race Ginger;
10 bags Pepper;
In store and for sale by
BEN. JL NOEL k AO.
NOTICE. HAVING THIS DAY ASSOCIA
ted with us in the Grocerr Businesi THOMAS C.
BURGER onr business will be conducted aa heretofore, un
der t!ie stvle oi IitV M. tUtSliAUU.
octa ist,.i. ii. auro.it w.
-TIcCREA & TERRVSS,
Corner of Broad and College Streets, Nashville, -Tens.
Ajcnujor Smith Pittsburgh and Whetting, JL X X, and
PALE ALES, PORTER & BROWN STOUT.
HAVE now in store the followim which the v will sell
at rittsburga prices, (transportation added ) ro-aay :
lints u v smitn s 1'iiisourgn Aie ior summer use;
150 " h.ennett lirand equal to the best bcotcli Ale;
100 do do for family use; -20
Casks Bottled do;
may22 ly B. o.
O UGAR AND MOLASSES. 175 hhds Prim New
O Orleans Sugar;
75 bbls Loaf, Crushed, ana 1'uivenzed augar;
150 do Reboiled JloUsses;
inrtltKla itn OOl-Aff rinMn Sftiitc in lrtr
and for sale very low, for Cash or Produce, by "
may zi jiicuitcv iv inaiiAaj.
COFFEE, FLOUR, CANDLES, Ace COO bags
Rio Coffee; 50 do Ijaguara do,
lion bbisbup flour, various nrana;
160 boxes, 4 boxes, and j boxes Star Candles;
75 do Summer and Tallow Candles;
(50 do Dovles Simerior Soan: 70 do Starch. For
salevery low, by may2l McCREA k TERRASS.
IRON, NAILS, CiUTINGS, STEEL & AXES.
180 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
900 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
5000 lbs English Blister, Crawley and Cast steel;
20 Boxes Axes. For sale, bv
may21 JfcCREA A TERRASS.
r iquors v
pipes Brandies, some very line;
lolland Gin, Eagle Brand;
Ii 1 Cask pure Holl
1 Puncheon Irish nisky, very line;
25 Casks Port Wine; 5 Casks Sherry;
25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and quarts;
80 Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky;
85 do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
60 do Copper distilled Whisky;
60 do Monongahela live do; 60 do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; lOdoN. E-Rum;
35 do Sweet JIalaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib
eral terms, by fmay21 JtcCREA k TERRASS.
a TOBACCO AND CEGARS 25 boxesLanghorn
. and Armistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
30 boxes Muscodam Tobacco; 2d do Kentucky do;
60000 Havanna Cigars', various brands;
60000 Jlela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do;
ma vat jicuHtA s lbititAas.
SALT. 1400 Bags fine Salt,
1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale low bv
may21 JUclirtttA s ir.KKAwa.
SUNDRIES. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Copperas,
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
5 do AJspice; z cases inaigo;
60 cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask JIadder, 3 casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Soda;
60 Boxes of Jenny Lind and Quart Flasks;
100 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks;
200 Gross JIason's Blacking;
100,000 Percussion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
900 Lbs. Dried Beef; 400 Demijohns, assorted.
The above will be sold very low at the comer of Broad
and College streets, by McCREA k TERRASS.
mayai b o.
WINDOW PAPER, Teastersand Center Piece
new Patterns. Also 3 feet wide, plain, green, anoth
er lot just received by W. W. FINN,
octzi-11. Marteisi, oeiween union anu tne nquare.
STAR CANDLES 100 WHOLE, HALF
and quarter boxes received perS. B.Shylock this day.
nov3 JlcCKtA & TfcKKAMS.
SOAP FIFTY BOXES ROSIN SOAP, RE
ceived per Shj lock, and for sale by
nov3 & TK.UKA.
rlrrnilVI! TIVI? r'AWI.'U III-'U'I' II ATPH-
liJL ES, received per Shy lock.
nova AicuitrA. & lUiUAsa.
IVTELEE CIGARS. FIFTY THOUSAND
J.VJL Cincinnati Melee Cigars.
novS jicunbA a tckkamj.
STAR CANDLES. 50 boxes Star Candles, receiv
ed per Shipper, and for sale low by
oct20 jicuiiriA 'luiium
PORK BAItRELUS WK WISH TO PUR.
chase 2,000 PORK BARRELS, for which we will pay
the highest price in Cash, at 35 Broad Street
nor4 icv,l.rA ir.ujk2iro.
PERCUSSION CAPS. RECEIVED ON THE
steamer Shvlock 1.000.000 Percussion Caps. G. D.
fluted, which we will sell in lota at Eastern Cost, transpor
tation added. nov4 JtcCREA A TERRASS.
PEA NUTS, FEATH ERS&C.WE WILL
navthe hinhest price in Cash or Trade for Pea Nuts,
Feathers, Dried Apples, Peaches, Ginseng, Beeswax, Ac
if.inDl Lir.nT il'O
U0V4 B JucifliQA. a. .LEiiwtico.
X this day purcliased an interest in the House of BEN.
JL NOEL A CO., would most respectfully solicit bis friends
and acquaintances to give him a call
wo?.:n n. oo ki TiimrAB p Ttrmnti
1I91I,1IIC, u . , tw. ...
OR SALE. A S3IALL FAR3I OF FIFTY-
two ac res. about 4 miles from Nashville, on the Spring
field Pike. It has a beautiful building site, immediately on
theTurnpike, and the land is well adapted forgarjening pur
poses, grazing, Ac: one-lialf of which is enclosed with a'
good postand plank fence, and a sufficient quaatity of Ce
dar railson 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.
Forfurther particulars apply to R. A. BALLOWE.
novl3 en. jBeui.
FOR SALE. I HAVE 40 ACRES Or L.A.HU,
six miles from Nashville, and about one mile from the
Lebanon Pike, one-half cleared and the balance well tim
bercd. 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 propertyApply to
r.ovl No. 17 Deaderick street.
TT ANfJIIORX A- A IMISTEAO.-IOO i'AUlt.-
XJ ages or Langhorn k Armitead's auperior Chewing To
bacco, just received and for sale br
oct26 JOHNSON, IIORNEA CO.
OTICE WANTED I3IMEDIATETA'. A
JIAN competent to manege a JIERCHANT JllLL,
run by steam power. One giving satisfactory testimonials
of his capacity to fill the place will be liberally paid by
the Sumner Steam and Merchant Mill Company, Gallatin,
Tennessee. J. A. BLACKMORE, Agent
Gallatin, October 26, 1853- trwfit
DR. T.L. BRYAN respectfully oners his service to
the citizens of Nashville in the practice of Jledicme,
and especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. Of
fieu on the corner of Union and Summer streets,
R. P. S. WOODWARD.-Otfice No. a Cherry
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. oct6 ly
f RA1IAJI BREAD Graham Bread for dispeptics
VT evenr day
MtlS R. A J. NIXON.
KENNETT ALE. 50 barrels of this celebrated and
popular Ale in store and for sale low br
McCREA k TERRASS,
HEESE. 100 boxes just received per Shipper and
for sale low by octaoj .MCCIIKA & t r.KUAro-
JUST received a splendid assortment of Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet Borders, and PUin Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Ac, together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teisters, Ac
JSTOn hand, a Urge assortment of unglazed papers,
from 10 to 25c per bolt , . .,,rv
No. 20, College street; next door to the Sewnee House
N. B. Paper-hanging done in the best manner. foct2
PERKINS & CLACK-Are now prepared to re
ceive, store and ship cotton. Liberal adtancesnnude
to consignments. oct.2.
r , .. WHOLESALE
B HUG gists;
No, 7, North College Street,
WOULD rtspectfuBy inform Druggists, Merchants;
Physicians and Manufacturers, that they have
again commenced the Drug- business in the new building
on College, near Church street, and intend confining then?
selves to tho WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock u near,
ly Entirely a fresh one, and thejrare determined to mtke
both the prices and qualities' saiislaetory. They offer for
sale low for cash or on lime to punctual men
640 gallons best Winter Sperm Oil;
&00 " " Tanners' Oil;
1065 pounds Indigo, of prime qualityrr - -
'1433 do Madder. - " ' ! f
'630 do Extract of Logwood in small boxes; -
vi uo locninear;
65 da Muriate of Tin;
1500 do Alcm:
1400 do Refined Salpelre;
1000 do Epsom Sslts;
w uo uim uampoor; -7500
do Sup. Carb. Soda; ' "
90 Gro. JPLane's Vermifuge;
. 10 do M'Lane's Liver PilL---r.
20 do Fihnestocfs Termifugt; '
100 doz. Mustang Liniment; ,-
100 Gro. wood box Matches; -
830 doz. Mason's Blacking; ,
-250 m. G.D. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead dry;
800 do White do d'o-
900 do Letharge; '
1600 do Eng. VenetKin Red;
20fi bub, Kentucky Blue GrasijSeed;
45 boxes Bonn's Scotch SnuiPin'naclaires:
do ' inbotUcs:
43 do JIaccaboy Snuff. In cotslS9
1000 lbs. " " lnjarsandbls;
SOO'.boxes "Window Glass assorted:?
4000 lbs. Puttv; ' i
1 80 pounds Pearl Sage; . ;
110 do Tapioca; , '4.
65Q do Gum Arabic; . -..
83 dot Cod Lvcr OdBushton; Clarke k Co'a;
CO ..do Seidlet's Powders, in tin boxes;
3(5 do Soda; " - - -
60 pounds Calomel, English and American;
10 do Jlydriodate of Potash; "
215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
66 do Aqua Ammonia; I
20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron; '
Schseffelin Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases of instruments; of various styles;
Physicians'-Pocket Cases of Vials a large varity;
Amputating, Dissecting, Ljthotom'y,-Trepanninj and
Jlidwife Instrument, in cases;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes.
tS Feathers, Beeswax; Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac, taken
at the highest market rates. foctlS tf
ZINC WHITE PAINT.-50 kegs received and tor
sale low. This article is said to be much superior to
Wlute Lead tn brilliancy of color, diirabilitv in exposed
situations, and all the purposes to which the latter is applied
and ousts but little Luore. It is coming largely into use in
the eastern cities.
oct20 EWIN JjROTHERS.
1 OLD LEAF AND FOIL 10 ounces Abbey's
VT best Gold Leaf: 15 Packs best Gold Leaf Received
aud for sale low bv oct20 EWIN BROTHERS.
DRU G STORE.
Cornerof Market and Broad sts., NashviUe.
W. F. GRAY,
CI SUCCESSOR TO CARTWRTRirT ATfTl
O ARMSTRONG, IWholesale Dealer in Drugs, Jled
iciues. Paints. Dves. Glassware, and Varietr Gno.lt
Corner of Broad and Market street, Nashville, Ten
nessee Would respectfnlly inform the public that he has
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iuii;iiiucu lu? BWV1.U1 baiiii;ui a. .-vnusiruug, uruggisis,
coiner of Broadway and JIarket, where he intends keeping
a large and well assorted stock of Drugs Medicines, Pai nts,
uus. lunientine. ure biuns. maow Ulnss. Glass Ware.
and all other articles usually kept in Drugstores, together
wuu a stocK 01 vaneties suitable lor tae Country Trade.
Drueinsts, Jlerchants, Pbvsicians. JIanufacturers. and
Planters, are invited to call and examine the stock befora
purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell at such
prices as willcive satisfaction to all: theoualitvof Ihe roods
are warranted to be as represented. A large stock havinc'
been purchased in the East since purchasing the stock, will
enable him to compete with any house in the South west. He
offers for sale low fbr cash, or on time to punctual men
500 gallons Tanner's Oil; 500 lbs Litharge;
10 bbls Linseed do; lOOOrbs V enetian Red;
5 bblslird do; lOOOlbs Spanish Whiting;
4 bbls Epsom Salts: 40 bxs Boon's Scotch Snuff:
500 lbs Ex Logwood; 20 bis Garrett's do do;
200 lbs Madder; 4 bbls JIacaboy's Snuff;
175 lbs JIurlate of Tin: lOOOlbs Puttv:
500 lbs Alum; 500 lbs Aqua Amonia;
250 lbs Gum Camphor; 200 lbs Spirits Nitre;
5000BiS Sup Carb Soda; 500 lbs Sulphuric Add;
50 grossM lane s Vermit ge&OO lbs Jiitnc do;
20 gross Fahnstock's do; 500 lbs Muriatic do;
50 cross Mustansr Linament: 10 lbs Svruo Iod Iron:
500 lbs Red Lead;
Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Ac, taken in trade at mar
ket prices. octSO
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
Davidson County Court NovemberTerm, 1853.
Henry J. Hyde 1
Milla Shannon and others )
IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the following defendants, to wit: William Shan,
non and his wife Jlilla Shannon, formerly Jlilla Hyde, whose
residence is not known, and Edmond Hvde. Martha Ilvde.
and Jlorgiana Hyde, the three last being minor children ot
John Hyde, jr., deceased, and residents of theState of Bli
nois, are non-residents of this State, and are out of the juris
diction of this Court, and that the usual process of 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, 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 01 tne wuri. x. it.i;iib.viiidJi, uierr, &c
nov9 twAwlstdec Printer's fee $4.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court November Term, 1853.
George D.UamIett, Adm'r, and others, 1
Squire Johnson, and others. )
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, are non-residents of the Stat e,
being citizens of the State of Missouri, and that the usual
process of this Court could not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made in some newspaper' for
thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear at the De
cember Term of this Court, and plead to the petition, other
wise the same will be taken fur confessed aa to tbem, and
set for hearing, ex parte. F. R. CHEATHAM,
Nov9 wAtw till dec 9 Clerk.
STATE OP TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court November Term, 1853.
E. A. JIabry, Adm'r,
Daniel D. JIabrv. and others.
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction or the Court, in this
case that the defendants. Wm. U. JIabrv and Lewis
JIabry, are non-residents of the State, and that the 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 appear and answer
at the next term of this Court, December, 1853, otherwise
they will be proceeded against by default
F. B, CHEATHAM,
nov9 wAtw till dec 9 Clerk.
AND FOR SALE. BY VIRTUEOF A DE-
1 cree of the County Court of Davidson countr. ren
dered at the October Term, 1853, in the case of Thomas
Farrell, Administrator, vs. the heirs ot Jeremiah Shimmick,
deceased, I will offer for sale, at the Court House, in the
town of Nashville, on Saturday the 3d of December next,
a TRACT OF LAND, containing ten acres, situated on the
Murfieesboro' pike, about seren mile from Naal'Ville.
Said Tract of Land belonged to the es-'ate of Jeremiah
Shimmick, deceased, and is Id for the purpose of paying
debts of the estate, and updn the following terms, to wit:
$200 in cosh, $150 upon a credit of six months, and the bal
ance upon a credit of twelve mouths, with interest from
the date. Notes with good security required, and a lien re
tained upon the Land uutil the purchase monev Is pid.
oci28 trwAd F. R. CHEATHAM, Clerk.
BY YIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS of Jen facia to me
directed, from the Circuit Court ot the United States
for the Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg
ments, rendered in said Court at its September Terra, 1853,
David Jayne k Son, vs. Jiark L. Cartwright, and Leroy
Armstrong, Judgment 15th September, 1853; same, ?:
same. Judgment 15th September, 185,; W. M'Cally A Son,
. same. Judgment 1.1th September; 1853, and John M.
Oty, r.Rame, Judgment 16th September, 1853.
1 will sell to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court
House door, in the City of Nashville, on J10NDAY, the
12th day of December, 1R53, all the right, title, claim, and
interest, of the said Defendant, Leroy Armstrong, in and
to the following Lots, in the City of ashville. to wit
LOT, No. 39, as designated in the plan of the College or
Academy property, fronting 50 feet on Cherry street, and
running back the usual depth of Lots in that part of the
City, aud is adjoining the residence ot Wm. StockelL
ALSO, part of Lot, No. 37, fronting 50 feet on Summer
street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the
North-west corner of B. F. Jlosely's Lot on the eat side of
Summer street; thence along the east side of said treet
50 feet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 feet to Newnam's line; thence running
back with said line about 160 feet to an Alley; thence south
wardly with said Alley 60 fee' to Mosely s corner; thence
with the line of Mosely's Lot, about liO feet, to the bcgin-
mTbeundiVided interest of Jiark L. Cartwright, in th
above described Lots, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deeds, bearing date the 21st June, 1853, and are of re
cord in the Register's office for Davidson county, in Book,
No 17. pages 295 and 296.
15oth of said Lota have been levied upon as the property oi
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writ1;;
this 25th day of October, 1553.
J. B. CLEJIENTS, -Jfarshall,
U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
By bis Deputy, B. N. CLEMENTS.
CUMBERLAND COAL The undersigned has
at bis yard, on College street, oposhe Cant Home's
Paint Shop, a fine lot of the best Cumberland CoaL which
will be sold at the market prices. The public are invited
to call and try this coal. JAMES HUGHES.
S2T Having Wagons and Teams, I am at all times pre
pared to furnish my old customers and friends with Sand
and Gravel, or to do any hauling that may be required.
Nashville, October 20, 1853 J- H.
THE NASBnXLE XANtrFAX7n7EING C0JCPANY
i rrtHIS establishment Is now provided' with Machiaerr and
"AJToolsJeonrolete,orthemf)St modern construction; abo
with the best Mechanical skill that thecountry affords and
respectfully solid torders. They re prepared to execute as
. . , , RAILROAD MACHINERY.
Such' as Zticohiotlce for Passenger and Freight Train.
Passenger, Freight, and Repair Csrs completed, andalzno!
every description of work appertaining to Rail Roads. '
Boat and stationary from 3 to 500 horse-povar with
Boilers of the best Tennessee Iron,
Machinery complete fbr fitting np Sash or Circular Saws
complete, with, the newest and mosf approved modes.
Engines and Machinery made for all sizes, complete; to
gether with Machinery for Sugar Mills and CottotrGinsr ai-
soaiacmnery lor uiasi furnaces, embracing vaalron, Vyl.
indir for btast Ac
. " ROLLING MILLS.
EfSjaw. Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for Bell
ing JIills complete made at shortest notice.
BRASS: AND IRON CASTING.
Of any description, with shafting, mill gearing, water
wheels, cast .iron Bank vaults, Ac. Ac, made .to order.
Address Jons Thompson'. Agent, (who Is a practical ais
chenist) or the undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON,
jnnl ly b- President.
INCOLN JIALL FOR SALE. A LARGE
and commodious store house, with a targe haU.abore.
and family dwelling in the basement and part of see
ond story of the building-. Said property is on College
Hill. Cherry street, A bargain can be had by applying;
soon, at office No. 6i Cherry street.
nova R W. BROWN, Real Estate Agent.
DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT FOR SALE.
On the Franklin Pike, between the residences of Jo
seph Vaulx and James A. Woods, Esqs., containing 25 acre
has on it an excellent spring. Make early applications t
Tt. W. BROWN, GenTAg't,
ocU No. 63 Cherry st,
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE. A larga
Brick Houoo with S or 9 rooms kitchen, Ac., on
the Franklin Pike, adjoining the residence of Gea. Wood
ALSO, a Frame House, with, 6 rooms, Aa, oamiddla
Franklin Pike, known as the Uateman place.
ALSO; a Bnck House with 6 rooms, At. No. SI Spraca
street, near Cedar.
ALSO,a very neat Brick IHonse with 4, rooms. At, No.
100 Cherry street, below the Verandah.
ALSO, a. vacant Let fronting; 20 feet on the north side of
Broad street, ronning"back Ho fret on lligh ulreet
ALSO, a vacant Lot, near the N. A C. R. R. Depot, front
ing 140 feet on the Penitentiary Pike, running back 374
ALSO, eight beautiful building Lots in West NashviUe,
Nos. 80. 32. 52, 102, 104, 128, 174, and 178.
ALSO, one of Rowe's large patent corn crnsrs. Make
early application at Office io. 63 Cherry street.
R. W. BROWN,
nov9 tf Real Estate Agent.
NEGROES FOR SALE. Avery likely negro wo
man, an excellent field hand, 19 years old, and child
3 years old. I wish to sell said negroes to some person who
will give them a good home" in Middle Tennessee.
R. W. BROWN,
oct3 No. 63 Cherry at.
DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET .ESCTJIAOTIS
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN
THE Fortieth Edition, with O09
Hundred Engravings showing
Diseases and Malformations of the
Human System in every shape and
form. To which is added a Treatise
on the Diseases of Females, being of '
inenignesi importance to married:
people, or tnnse contemplating mar
riage, ily W tLLIAJI YUUSU.M.D.
im no iatner De as named to pre
sent a copy of the .SCrjLAPICS
to bis child. It may save him from
an early grave. Letno joungman
or woman enter into the secret obli
gations of marriage life without reading tho POCKET
3SCULAP1US. Let no one siif&ring from a hacknied
Cough, Pain in'the Side, restless night, nervous feelings
and the whole train of Dcjpecti..' sensations, and given up
uj wen piisiuAuruu uuoiucr moment wiinout cousuiunjr
theJjSCULAFIUS. Hare the married, or those about to
be married, any impediment, read this truiv u.eful book, as
it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate
creatures from the very jaws of death.
Sf" Any person sending TWENTY-FIVK CENTS en
closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail,
or' five copies will be sent for One Dollar.
Address, (post-paid,) DR. WM. YODNO,
marchl6 ly Xn. 152 Spruce St. PAitidelpAia,
D2. ROGERS' LIVERWORTS AND TAB
FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF
Cough. Cold, Influenza, Asthma, J!roncAiti, spitting tf
Blood, and all other Lung Complaint tending to
THE GEEAT COUGH REMEDY!
KEADER ! have you a Cough, which you are negtectiur,
under the idea that it is only a common cold, that 11
will soon "wear itself out!" Let a friend tell joc,m ell kind
ness, what will soon be the probable result
In a short time, if you continue to neglect yonrself, you
will begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression across
the chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains.
Then a dry. hacking Cough will set in, and when you raise
anything it will be a thick and yellowish, or white froth v
matter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If yon sttll take no
medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will increase, and you
will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Chills, Night Sweats, Copi
ous Expectoration, and then Great Prostration. If you stjtl
neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see yon consign
ed to the grave. leaving your friends to mourn how rapidly
CONSUMPTION did its work, and harritd you awayl
friend I bare you no cause to r alarmed ! In the above
sketch yon may see as in a glass, how every case of Con
sumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal
termination. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this
great Destroyenhas gathered to the tomb, every single case
began with a Cold I If this had been attended to, alt might
have been well but, being neglected, under tla fata delusion
that it would " wear itseif," it transferred itt deadly actien
to the substance of the Lunirs. excitinir then the formation
of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the
flame, until these tubercles began to soften and suppurate
earing, oy tueir ulceration, great canues us ine mngs. ,.!
his crisis, the disease is very difficult of cure, and often tiaie
sets at defiance all human means.
In the latter or worst stage, this medione will oftentimes
arrest the duease, or check its progress; and will always
make the patient more comfbrtaile, and prolong' his life, and
is therefore worthy of a trial; but in its ncipient or forming
periods, Consumption is as curable as any otnecdisease, and
"Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverworth. Tar. and Canchalagua,'
if taken at this time, will cure it 2?jlS St RELY AS IT
IS TAKEN This isstrorirlanffiacy, but we can refer
you to numberless living witnesses to jruta that it is TRtJFJ
Ana tnereiore, we earnestly ex non eerr man, woman ana
child, who has a Cough, or is subject x Colds, to keep med
icine Dy you in ine ncuse; ana w Derever yoa taxe voia, ao
not "let it alone" to work mischief it your ystera, bat eradi
cate it thoroughly, at once, by this jwer, folly healing com
pound and leave your Lungs uninptrcdtQ carry yoa nx full
vigor to a good old age!
Have you delicata, weakly children, who are always taking
cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! There never was
case of Croup, which did not originate in- a Cold r And
when your child goes to bed wheezing and coughing; yoa
know not that before moraine Crjup mav not set in. and
ere you can get a Physician, your dear child may be beyond
the reach of help. We beseech you therefore, as yuu value
the lives of rour children, keen this medicine bv vou in the
house, and when your little ones take cold and commeccs
coughing, give it to tbem at once, and rest no", until the cugh
is entirely subdued. We conscientionsly aver, after tha
most extended experience, that if this advice were followed
no child need ever
for the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at this ag
gravated and fatal stage. Let every Mother, especially, beed
well these remarks, that she may not hereafter, when mourn
ing over the early blight of some cherished blossom, havo
occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal Eegteet.
It is an old adage, that "to be forwarned, U to be forearmed.'
Parents! so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers Syrnp of LIVERWORT,
TAR and.CANCIIALAG UA, and iet no other be pal 1 ted on
you.'- ' SCOV1L A JIBAD,
111 i;nanres street, new ur .ans.
Wholesale General Agents for the Southern States; i p whom
all orders ana applications luroi-encies must be aairesseu.
Also sold by BERKY.
ATtAjrri, July 15; 1453.
C-tllANCERY SALE. IN 1MRSUANC SJ OF
J an order, made in the cause of II. F. Beaumont ad
ministrator, vs. James Irwin, et. nls at the Oetobv? Terra,
ls53, of the Chancery Court at CLirksville, I wilt sell to the
highest bidder at the Court Howie, in Nashville, on Satur
day, the 26th dayof November nest, all of the ReoIMftatem
me pleadings mentioned, wnicn consists or sundry fury elt-
fible bnildingand business Lots on JIarket itreet sad the
lurfrees borough Pike, in South Nashville, a plat if ttlich
will be exhibited on the day of sale.
The ubove property wdl be sliown by Mr. James Irwin to
any person who desires to examineit
Terms of Sale One and Two years credit, notes
payable at the Planters' Bank at( Nastinlle, with approved
securitv and a lien retained until Itn- purchase money shall
be paiflT THOS. J. JICN FORD.
oct27 td Clerk and Jtastcr.
OTJNTRY RESIDENCE FOR S ALlS sC
The subscriber offers fbrsaJrt lus lesideccr. situ
atedaboutS miles from Nashville, on the Jlurfrees-
boro Turnpike. Itoosists of about SO acres, onobalf ina
high stale of cultivation, the balance woodland; time never
failing Springs; an extensive Orchard, couuu'ninga great v;'
riety of choice fruittrees; with commodious dwellingand or. "
houses. A further description is unnecessary, as those de
sirous to purchase can call and txamine for themselves.
Terms One-third cash, and a laedit of one and two years
on the balance. If not sold prtvmel.v before the Itfth mst.
the premises will be offered at public sole at the Conrt-housu
on that day. nov8 If S. J. CARTER,
QYSTERS, SARD EVES, AtC.-lOO KEGS
Spiced Oysters; 10 case Sardines; 20 cases assorted,
ncales; 10 doz. fresh Peaches. Just received and fbr said
by novlS EDWARDS A HARRIS.
STAR CANDLES. 50 BOXES AND 25 HALF
boxes Star Candles, just received per UartsviUe. and
for sale by novl2 DAVIS ASWAN.
LIQUORS! LIQUORS ! I
JUST received per Cumberland,
40 bbls old Monongahela Whisky;
25 old Rye, 5 years old;
29 " eight pipes Signetta;
In store and for sale, low for cash.
oct 22. DAVIS A SWANN.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
CICIO BBLS. Extra Family Flour in tore- and for sale,
ZZpbr foct22.) DAVIS A SWANN.
CABPETTNGS, MATTINGS, BUGS. &&, &s
DUNCAN, .MORGAN & CO.
HAVE now in store, a largo stock of Three-ply'snp. In
grain and Wool figured Carpetings, Cotton Drcggette
Adelade Mats, Tuftie Rugs, fancy and white checked Mat
ting of all kinds, and will be rucei ring regularly from the
manufactures all new styles, which they will sell by the
angSO BQ Nos.70and71,PabIicSa.uarc.
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