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THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 1, 1853.
The weather is cool and cloudy with a pros
pct of Ming weather. I !
nriJfZr- We rc indebted to Ben Eg ax, clerk of.'the
Aleona, for a late No. of the St. Louis Republican.
Thank - . , "
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Panorama or this Creation. The exhibition of
Ihta picture b advertised to open to-night at Odd
l Fellowa'JIalU Wo hope there will be. a. ,goodt at
i tendance. It ts said to be worth seeing. ;
"Weregtet to learn tliat the little daughter
pf.pFRED Sloas, was severely burned on Taesday
last.by her clothes taking re. She survived only a
short while after the accident.
Thc New Orleavs Delta comes ito us in an entirely
;Tlnow dress, and preseuts a very handsome app'ear
mce. We wish our enterprising contempory buc-
.Mais . i
NAsnyjUJB -' CiiAniASTpsr, The cars arc now
.rnnnmgover the whole distance between'Nash
- yillci and the Tennessee river, wlththo exception
i .of tv?0:and a half miles. -This is the only interrup
'' "tfon to the railroad communication between Charlet-
. ton .and Nashville.
'H'tV - ,
. - A OOiDE TO ENGLISH COMPOSITION: By DrHos.
I " to. C. S, Francis A Co., Boston and New York, 185$. ,
''ifinsisa work, designed for schools and Acade-
'Tnies,. and supplies an important place in 'the Aca
d " jlcinic course of instruction. The general arrangc-
ineut of the book is well adapted to the dcvelop
:l 5nVtifof thought. For sale by W. T.BEitRr fc Co.
The Iron Bulk : By T. S. Arthur. Tlie name
of the author of this novel is sufficient to insure for
fei.ijta rapid sale. His works possess one great re
commendation he says everything he has to ' say
in a small space, and what he says is always nccept-
-.able'tb the pure and uncorrupted in taste. F. Ha-
Zi- ojuf, on Market street, has It for sale.
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f jArESfUOE OF TOE GoVEBNOttOF ALABAMA. Gov.
. iCollier, of Alabama, in Ins message to the.Legisla
.O tture.'.lastweek, opposes, the construction of the Pa
" ', dfic railroad by means of Use federal treasury, and
. .,only desires grants of land to be made by Congress
t - towards this object. The outstanding debt of tho
State is about $4,500,000. Tho Governor notices
that the credit of tho State stands high, and its stock
is sought for by capitalists as a safe and reliable in
vestment. In relation to a surplus in the national
. , 'treasuiy over and above tho wants of the Govern
; -'inent, he thinks the money may be loaned withsafe
. ty'to railroad companies, on proper security.
i gp"Ata meeting of the ladies of Nashville held
t TrijOdd Fellows Hall, on Honday evening) the 28th
, '. ',Inst Mrs. R. H. ircEwES -was called to the chair,
f '' Arre.'Et. Gardner appointed Secretary, and Mrs.
- Jacod McGavock Treasurer. The President an-
jiounced tliat the meeting was called ibr thq pur-
lllpo! of rendering material aid to Broad Street Firc
Company, No. 2. It was unanimously adopted to
give No. 2 the benefit of a supper and proraonade
jarty, to take place on Thursday, the loth Decen -
-bcr. Tlie meeting then resolved itself into a Com
mittee of the whole to solicit donations for the samel
after which the motion to adjourn to meet on Fri
day, 2nd of December, at 2 o'clock, P. M , was
carried. Mrs. B. IL McEWEN, Prs't
' ; K,Mr3. Ed. Gardxer, Sec'ry.
All ladies who feel an interest in No. 2, are sor
., ,licite1l"to' attend the meeting of the ladies on Friday
IfOjvenipg next at 2 o'clock, P. M. ,
Nashville, Nov. 30, 1853.
Editors Union and American:
Sirs: In your issue of Sunday morning we
noticed a communication from Dr. Armstrong, in
'.' , which he publishes a letter addressed tp him by
' Levi Wade, in which Mr. Wade says that about
, six weeks ago he was informed by Williaji3 &
" Glover wc presume he meant Glover & Bovd
that "they were authorized by V. K. Stevenson to
buy $15,000 worth of stock in the Nashville and
5 , Chattanooga Railroad," and that '-they had bought
. $10,000 worth for him some time ago."
Tn answer to tlie above we can only say that we
have no recollection of ever having had any conver
sation with Mr. Wade on the subject; though it is
true tliat Col. Stevksson told us some -time ago,
that he, had an order from Mr. Lajiar, of New
' ' 'York,' for $15,000 worth of stock, and also 'from a
gentleman in Savannah, Georgia, whose name we
' 1 v-'do not recollect, for $1500 worth, and if we could
.'."buy so as to let him have it at the figures specified
- i t by-hij friends that ho would take it from U9; and it
' " Is' also true that we have furnished him" with some
$12,000 or 14,000 worth of the stock, but wo know
-:': that he always checked on Mr. "Lamar for the
, amounts in favor of some one of the city Banks be
fore he gave us a check for our money.
As it might be inferred that we were furnished
with money by Col. Stevenson, we beg leave to say
' that we have never used any person's money in the
. purchase of stock except our own.
Without wishing to enter into a controversy
F with Dr. Armstrong or any one eLe, we must be
r " permitted to say, tliat we cannot sec what the pur
chase or sale of stock has to do with the election of
a Board of Directors. If Col. S tevenson thinks the
stock will bo gooO. and sees proper to buy $10,000
or $20,000 worth of it we cannot see any good
-i.',on .1.tr cVinitM nnf An sn pvpn if ha is
resident of the Comnanv: nor do we understand
why he has not as much right to get our services as
,r i ngent to buy for him as Dr. Armstrong or Dr. any
body else would have.
We do not wish to be understood a3 having any
'preference for the old Board of Directors; for we do
notknow one thirdof them, but we think it ducto
ourselves and to Col. Stevenson to say this much, in
' . order to counteract any false impressions that might
' be made on tho minds of tlie public, by the uncalled
' ' for use mado of our names by Dr. Armstrong and
' ' 'Levi Wade. Respectfully,
Glover & Bovd.
From the Charleston Daily Evening News.
Alexander's Panorama of tiik Antediluvian
World. Wo have frequently called the attention
of our readers to tlie fact of the exhibition, at
South Carolinia Hall, ofthi3 celebrated work of art
We have already spoken of its merits in terms
of high commendation. We beg leave to repeat,
thai, as a work of artistic merit, we are not aware
of the existence of its superior. It is daily visited
by hundreds of our citizens those who are capa
ble of judging of its merits and we have yet to
learn that there is any abatement of interest in tie
exhibitions. The Painting, as Prentiss said of
Clay's mouth, speate for itself. We recommend all
olvi-s of thenrcscnt onnortuniiv, and
judge or its meri's. This is positively, the last
evening of the exhibition in this city, as we are in
formed by the proprietor that ho goes to Columbia
to-morrow morning. To our friends at Columbia
we bespeak for him a cordial reception.
13?" A waggish member of the Rhode Island
legislature plumes himself upon the "wise legisla
tion" which he says has settled the liquor question
. in that Stat', a compromise to which both tides have
Rpncd viz: "The temperance mm have pot the
Maine law, which is all they want, and everybody
ielsc has plenty of rum, which isull they want."
Married On the 24th inst., by the Rev. Mr.
Green, Mr. G. G. Hcddleston, to Miss Mahala,
daughter of J. H. Williams, Esq, all of Wilson coun
Dieo On the morniiiR'-of the30tli inst, Eliza
beth MciionitY, daughter oTthe IatelVederck Sloan
aged 4 years, 7 months and 9 days. Tho friends of
; the family and those of his brothers, John H. and
nfl d i- George L: Sloan, are respectfully invited to attend
ther funeral . this evening at o clocK, ir,om mo r.ea
lidenco of her mother, on lower Market street
f racm nus ncaia, XTiu, xovEssrrs 14.
City of Council Blfft in Athet! $200,000 Wrtt of
J'roptrlu leut by lre!ThxrUen Stores and. Hvlltc
JAv,t destroyed! Gloom and taintt reigni sntr our
laivint CUuSoriOiB litt heavy on ecryrttinle -
TUt great liuimts part.tf oar Oily it ntrmirt.
On Friday niehtTast. at about ten o'clock RM.
tlie store of Messrs. Tootle A; Jackson was-liscov-ered
to be on fire, and upon bursting-Jn thedoor a
dense volume of smoke, followed immediatelyby a
sheet of lire, burst out An alarm was instantly
given, and in a few minutes the streets were alive
with people, as many-as had not retired to bed.
In fifteen minutes tlie store was enveloped ioikunes,
and little hopes of saying the buildings on that side
of die street was entertained, and many commenced
emptying-the densely filled stores into theT'street,
whilst others commenced to tear down andpulfout
the "Gem Buildings,"' but were soon drove avvay
by the flames. The fire was so c6nGneT"to- the
whole inside of the building, that when it burst
forth, tlie flames spread each way with appalling
rapidity, insomuch that it was evident tonllthat
our limited means for the use of water would be
unavailing, and every endeavor was made"tO"saye
the Goods along the whole, line of Blocks "oniIain
street Wc were on the ground in a moment after
the alarm of fire was given, and immediately-commenced
removing oureffects. The Emporium,iEx
change and Store, Post Office and PrmtinfOfficef
was our all, and we together with our boys an3 ev
ery body else, taxed ourselves to the utmbstThe
Post OQice was saved almost entire, the Bugle press
and Job tvne of both Bugle and Guardian "offices.
I the paper and cards and printer's stock generally,
together Willi over na:t tne type, was wiauyuosc
The principal loosers by the Are are, first, on the
corner ot jiroauway ana -Hauisou street.;
Messss. "Stutsman & McDonald,
v Mason & .Co.,
Tootle & Jackson, - Jv-
B. R: Pegram k Co.,
J. C. Mitchell, - . i .
J. E. Johnson, ,
McLaughlin ifc Co.,
. .Robert Hawk,
J. K. Cook, (Bluff House)
Many others have been loosers to a greater or
less amount the particulars of which are not notf
in our posssssion. Without exception, as far as our
knowledge of the transactions in the time of the
fire every body worked to their utmost and many
were sick the next day from exhaustion and over
.exertion. ,WTe regret lb say that sOnid fevv' unprin
cipled'persons took advantage of the intense excite
mentand confusion, and carried avvay some of the
rescued coods, some of which have been recovered.
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A3 near as wo can learn, uieru were iiisuraucc
upou the destroyed property to the amount of be
tween $20 and $30,000. Not lialf the amount of
good?,'and merchandize on tho burnt district was
saved. The buildings were all of wood and they
burnt with great rapidity. This is ft. sad and severe
los to our young city and fast settling country.
Many of the" buildings will bo replaced immedi
moil TUB CINCINNATI PIUCI CUBBBNT.
TENNESSEE BANKS CHAMBER OF COMMEBCE..
We have heretofore referred to the fact that the
Chamber of Commerce, at its last monthly meeting,
appointed a Committee to make Inquiries and re
port with reference to our curren-y, and particu
larly, as to the expediency of receiving the notes of
Tennessee banks at par. This movement was in
duced by the constant complaints among Merchants
of tho inadequate supply of currency. And as ar
rangements were in nrotrress to have the paper ta
ken by the Banks upon the same terras as the Notes
of Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Virginia, and East
ern Banks, it was thought that an expression trom
the Chamber on the subject would be desirable and
proper. At a special meeting of tho Chamber, held
on Thursday evening, the following report was sub
milted by the Committee, and alter a lengthy dis
cussion it was laid on the table, and made the order
for next Monday evening. Some of the members
seemed to think the CIiambT should not move in
the matter while the majority present entertained
the contrary opinion. The debate was warm and
a good deal of iuformation wa3 elicited.
The Committee recommended the adoption of the
follow ing resolutions:
Resolved, That it would be greatlyj to the advan
tage of the Merchants, and others doing business in
this city, to increase the amount of the Notes of sol
vent Banks, passing at par; and that we believe tlie
Notes of the Bank of Tennessee, the Planter's
Bank of Tennessee, and the Union Bank of Ten
nessee, at Nashville, with their branches to be as
good as any oilier Western Banks.
Resolved, That we cordially recommend lo tho
Banks, Bankers, Merchants, Maufacturers, and deal-i
ere generally, in this city, to receive and pay out tho
Notes of the above mentioned Banks, at par, in the
some ways a the Notes of Ohio, Indiana and Ken
tucky are now received.
J. S. CHENOWETII, CommiUee
It. BUCHANAN, .) "?Klec-
A SAMPLE CLERK.
Jem B. is a wag. A joke to Jem is both food
and raiment; and whenever or wherever there-is
opening for fun he has it
Jem was recently in a drug store, when a youth,
appareDtly fresh from the "mountings" entered the
store, and at onco accosted Jem, stating that he wa3
in search of a job.
"What kind of a job?" inquired Jem.
"Oh! most any thing I want to get a kind of a
genteel job, I'm tired of farmin', and kin turn my
hand to a most any thin'."
"Well, wo waut a man; a good, strong, and
healthy man, as a sample clerk."
, "What's tlie wages?" - , .V
"Wages are good: wc pay Sl,000,to a man in that
"What's a fellow have to do?" . ;1
'Oh! merely to test medicines, that's all. It re
quires a stout man, one of good constitution, and
as he gets used to it, he does'nt mind it You see,
we are very particular about tlie quality of our med
icines, and before we sell any, we te'st every parcel.
You would be required to take say, six or seven
ounces of Castor Oil some days, with a few doses of
Rhubarb, Aloes, Groton Oil and similar preparations.
Some days you would not be required to take any
thing; but as a general thing you can couul upon
sav l'roni six to ten doses of something daily As
to" the work tliat does not amount to much the
testing department would be the principal labor re
quired of you; and, as I said before, it requires a
person of very healthy organization toendureit, but
you look healthy and I guess you will suit us The
young man (pointing to a very pale-faced, slim
looking youth who happened to be present) has fi!
i,i b nnt for the nast two weeks, but he is hardly
stout enough to stand it We should like to have
fnk-P riirht hold, if vou are readv. and if you
sav so. we'll begin to-day; here's a new barrel of
Castor Oil just come in, I'll go and 'draw an
ounce, . .
(Here verdant, who had been gazing intently up
on the slim youth, interrupted him with)
"N-n-o-o, 1 g-u-e-ss not to-day, any how, I II go
down and sec my aunt, if I should conclude to come,
I'll come up to-morrow and let you know."
As he did not come, it is to be supposed he con
sidered the work too hard. Clinton Courant.
Serious Row at CiiAnLOTTSvnxE, Va. Tlie Rich
mond ICrenina Bulletin states that on tlie 17th inst,
several of the students of the University at Char
lottsville, Va., attended an exhibition given thero
by Mr. Wyman, and made so much noise and dis
turbance as to induce the police to intcrfete, when a
conflict ensued, and several on each side were in
iured. Two of the studcnt, however, wt re secured
and taken to iail, and one of them so severely bc:it-
.... n tn la rmnlfrpil r n sp.less. This aroused the in
dilation of all his school-mates, who, it is alleged,
in tho number of nearly 300. and threat
th. iail. Prof. Harrison, after
considerable difficulty, (says Uie Ilidlclin,) succeeded
. r-..-.rr tl.nm lrtlKT .1011L'll tO UstCn tO 3 pTOp-
ositu'n from him to the effect that the students should
nr.n;..t t,i,n01.lf -i'th fivR or six students as a com
mittee to meet the town authorities. On his re
turn he informed them that tho jail was guarded by
n Kvlv itt otif linn ilri-il ami sixtv riflemen. At the
...n.nii r tl.m lir.ir imlirrn n linn WnSaTOUSed aneW,
and they clamored out, "to Cliarlottsville march
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upon tliein; and tlioir shouts, as isstaica py " vc
witness, in ght haxc been heard for a mile. The
committee, however, reasoned them into desisting
Irom any attempt to rescue their mates until they
were better prepared, and on the morning of the
19th, they met at the rotunda or the lawn, in great
numbers. There they' resolved, instead of going
down in a body, to appoint a committee to see that
justice was done their companions yet their feel
ing are, it Is said, not of the most pacific charac
ter. I Tnu Six Pessy Savings Bank: This institution
I lately established in New York, is said to be doincr
n fine business. On the 3d ins'tant there were S2
depositors of G cents to 420 each; anil on tne otn
inst 10C depositors of C cents to 1,400 each.( Tho
majority ol Uie acposiiois are unaer lourvceu jc
fn. on.l oirnn na vnnnir nn ficn. whose Dareuts
. . , -. l'r . .
friends net as their trustees. Deposits are received
' 5, -- j n - -I . ,
from 5 to 8 o ulock m the evening.
TpOIt MEMPHIS AND NEW Oil;
h LEAN'S. The United States Mail
racket KMBAS3Y. Captain Davis, leaves
- jZbenim FRIDAY, the 2d inst, at C P.
-.ilemphis with tho New Orleara packets.
l; SI, connecting ui
A HAMILTON, .
A. L. DAVIS, 1 "
FOR STi I.OUIS.-TIIE REGU
LAR I'acVet ALEONA, Captain James
Miller, spH leave I'aducati on 'lhureuay me
The steamer llontlcelln leaves here at 2 P. M. this day
for the Aleonaj A. IIAM ILTON,
FOH MEMPHIS AND NEW OR
LEANS, the U S. Mail I'acket, CITY
OF UUNTSVILLE, Capt Cablek. Leaves,
here on WEDNESDAY, the 30th inst, at 6 P. M., connect-
lnzat jiempiiis vnin lue ew uneanspacKets.
" at. nivia i
T7OIt LOUISVILLE AND CIN
1? CINNATI. The cnyrfsteanihoat CUM
BERLAND VALLEY. IL O McCouas,
Muter, will leave as above on TUESDAY.
the 2th inst , at i o'clock P. M. For fi eight or passage an
lly to JOIINSON, I10KNE & CO,
nov 27. Aeents.
STEADIER NAS1IVILL E.
THOS. BELLSNYDER, Master. This
superior Steamer having been thoroughly
overhauled, during the past summer, is now in complete or-
ucr, ana win resume ner regular inps in me ev Urlesns
ana itasnvnie trade, on me uni nse ot water.
For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations,
apply t j. a. McAllister & co.,
iiov22 Sni Agents.
VfASHVILL E, LOUISVILLE
and Cincinnati Packet RESCUE. J.I
W. Milis. Master. This splendid newPas-
senger steamer has been recently purchased for the above
trade, and will make regular tri'ps during the present sea
son. Any business entrusted to Capt Mills, will be care
fully and promptly attended to. A. HAMILTON,
STEA3IEK IKOQUOIS, C. PE
TERSON, Master. This splendid steam
er, haviugbecn thoroughly repaired, will run
Nca recular Packet between this Port and
Frw Orleans, and will leave the first rise of water. For
eight or Passage apply to J. it R. YKATMAN,
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS U. 8. MAIL PACKET.
THE splendid new passenger steamer,
II. It V'..IIILL,TncNEWEL,Mas
ter, will rtmjn the above trade this sea
son. lea vine Memphis on her first trio on
Saturday, ihe 22d of Octolwr, The HILL connects at
Memphis with the Naahville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will givp through tickets from New Orleaus to
The splendid paaaenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
leave Nashville everr U'ednesday, at Q I M, with freight
and passengers for the Hill.
A. HAMILTON, 1 . onf
octS . A. L. DAVIS, f ACent
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MALL
T70R MEMPHIS, NEW ORLEANS. ST. A
LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE TRY
WEEKLY. The Splendid New Passenger
Steamers Cur of Hr.vrsviLLE. Join- Siupsox. and Eh has.
sv, will leave Nashville every Monday. Wednsidavand Fri
dar, at n'elock P. M., connecting at Paducah u itli the dui
lyliouisvilleand St Ixu!s U.S. Mail Boats, and at Mem
phis with the splendid Now Orleans steamers Bulletin, II.
R. W.Hill, Oea Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving through
tickets from Nashville lo either ofthepointt ubnve named.
The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
passem-crs will lind it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or South.
Forfreight or passage apply to
octo Agents at Nashville.
NEW ORLEANS AND "NASHVILLE EEGUXAR PAS:
T ELLE-KEY, PEYTON A. KEY, PSO
XJ tJovm.vpEn. I ins large and magnili-
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repair at Ixiuisville, and will take lir ptape as a ReguLirt
Packet in the above trade as soon as there is sufficient water,
and will continue during the entire season.
In point of speed, comfort and safely, the BELLE-KEY is
unsurpassed on the Western waters; which, with the long
cxperieuce of her gentlemanly Commander and Hie ac
knuwledjed business capacity of her Clerk (M r. Lewis North
ern.) enables in confidently to recommend her lo the busi
ness and travelling cummunity. Mr. Northern will give
prompt personal attention to filling orders for Groceries, ic.
H7 A share ot patronage i resiicetfull y solicited,
JOHNSON, HORNE & CO.,
sug27 tm Agents.
Nashville, Louisville anil Cincinnati Itegnlur
rpHE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, , (tSSXsx
I STATESMAN. II. G. McCouas. Master.
JOHN P. TWKED. David Millard. Master,
will make recular trim iu the above trade, leaving Nash
ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Returning, will
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
The above boats are A No.l, and are officered by expe
rt enced business men, who will be thankful for orders for
merchandise and promise to give satisfaction to all who
may entrust business to their care.
8eptl7tf JOHNSON. HORNE. t CO.
Nnshvillc and Louiville Weekly l'ncket,
W3I. GARVIN, C. T. REEDEIt Master.
THIS splendid Steamer u noirly conir
pleteil, and will beat Nashville the tlrst
rise of the river. She will carry 400 tonsi
and her accommodations for passengers are unequaled by
anr boat of lur dimensions. She will be commanded by
Capt C. T. REEOER, long and favorably krjown to our
community, and the Cumberland river trade, generally.
She will make regular weekly trips, leaving Iuisville on
TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock,
P M. At the former place passengers will lind various
Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey them to any fiint
of destination they may desire, vie The old established line
to Cincinnati; Union lino to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Lou-
sville line: Jefferson Railroad. Ac. Ac. All atftrdins: the
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
97 ail urucn mil uc uiitru us iui us at iriiiiuiuuti.
ry torrreicut or 1 assaee. anuiy to
HENRY T. YE ATM AN, Agent
STEAMER E. HOWARD. R. Y.
Nohtiikkx. Master. This splendid
steamer is now in fine order und will run as at
a regular packet during the season between this port ami
New Orleans. She will leave on the first rise of water.
For freight or passage apply to
nory J. n it. 1 r,. 1 jia., Agenis.
Saint Louis nnd Nnshvillo Semi-Weekly Steam
ALEONIA Cait; James Miller.
SALLIE WEST CArr. J. V. Tnitoop.
THE above splendid steamers will com- lFm'm)
mence their regular tripi on the first yfeiijSjrJP
rise in Cumberland River, and continue inCtZs3
the trade during the season, leaving ashville ana sl ixiuis
every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 1. M. For freight or pas.
sage, having unsurpassed accommodations, apply to
novn B A. ii..iiiiu., .Knu
rnilE AMERICA. THIS FA.
1 vorite Passenirer and Freicht steamer, l-'rvirg
now aimur.ianu, nas oeen inoroiiguiy re- otcs
paired the past summer, and will resume her repilar Irips
under Ihe command of Cajit Jlkss Jonxso.v, between this
port and Xew Orleans, on tne urst nse 01 water, anu con
tinue until the season is closed. Forfreight or passage ap
ply to JOHNSON A WEAVER,
MULES IJEEU AND l'ORK.
For sale 100 lifcelv MULES. 2 nnd '3
years old; 85 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fed,)-
and 100 TORK HOGS. Persons wishing to purchase can
sec me at my residence in Bedford county, 10 miles South
west of auciuyvuie, or auurcss me uy leiier 01 mciniioim
Post Office nov. IB If. M. P. GENTRY
WW. FINN'S YAIA.
. PAPER STORE, No. 41,
Market Street, between Union and
ihm Siiunrp Snvpral new and beau- Ctt
tiiul designs of Decorative Paunelling and Senna .huble
Paper, just received. A great variety of Gold and Velvet
Papers on hand, and cheap Wall Paper of every description.
KifPaner Hanging promp'.ly attended to nnd well done.
1 B 1 W.W.FINN,
novl? Market street, between Union and the Square.
EUILDIN't. LOT FOR SALE A DESIRA
BLE I-"t on Ihe West side of Gallatin Pike, three
miles from Nashville, containing lOKor 11 acres, adjoin
ing the residence of P. Majnnr, Esq. Terms liberal Ap
ply at office No. 03 Cherry st.
nv23 R. W. BROWN. Agent
TWENTY-SEVEN" LIKELY NMJUOIftWj
FOR SALE. Consisting of Men, Women, Boysa
n,I nirU nmonir whom are several superior house
servants. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to cal
am examine, as we are aeienmneu 10 sen iu ui
novl6 DABBS A PORTER, No. S3, Cedar st
N. B. Also, a first rate House Carrcnter.
OFFICE OF NASHVILLE GAS LIGHT CO., 1
November, 4, 1S53. j
A DIVIDEN'D of 8 tier cent for the last twelve months
J i per share lias been this day declared on the cap-.
italslocK 01 tneasiiviue uas ugni company, aiu".
the 4lh of January next time being allowed to enable such
Stockholders as may hold fractions' of Shares to consolidate
tbetn. JAS. H.KENDRIOK,
nnvS lm Secretary.
ARR1AGES FOR HIRE.-THE SUIJ
SCR11IER rctnrns his thanks for the Urge share ot
patronage he has hitherto received in his line; and would in
form the public that he has just purchased an entikkly
sew siTpa Cauriage, which, together with other good ones,
be offers for hire day and night. He has careful andex
iicrience'I drivers, and can be found at all times at the
Verandah Stables, Cherry street He will drive his new
at a" t""e8' JERRY STOTK.VRl).
Tviifi' 'rn K'rnnKHOLDERS. SiSSSX
J An election of Fifteen Directors to manage Jgryffy
tbeafFairsoftheNa-hville and Chattanooga Rail
road Company for the next year will take place at MurfmH
boro', on flic 11th ofOecember, and the rcjiort orthe state oV
the affairs of the Company will be read as usual. Stock
i.i.rorJ ;ii h f qVpii 011 ths mad to hear thereiwrt read on
the lllh, and back home on the 14th orlMh, or over the
whole road and back on the same day. as they may prcter,
free of charge. They will be reipiired lo show their slock
cortificate to the Conductor as evidence of llieir right to go
free on the cars. , ,
Parties travelling under this privilege must have
owned their stock thirty days or more.
N A (5 Railroad Company.
: -. ,
MOORE, COMMISSION MER-
(MlT Cincinnati. 0H Agent toe the purchase and
VliAl,.yincinuii. wH s rX., m...
- ry"" Flour. Buckwheat Fl'.ur.Ac,
Or ?a Aimouiy neeu, " :,i,',i.. . Vo.i.villo
1 b..lf T .wl anH I tnuril till. Sllar
Ittl vj ... . ,
hopes from long acquaintance with tlie wants -oissnviiie
Merchants, to fill their orders satisfactorily. Z&Tl rompt
ness and small profits.jSI ' iort7 w
Ailantia's Xeux Continual.
Ifeutral, fla'gj are to be respected "by tlie com
batants of both nations.
Count Xesselordcs uiplomitio circular, has been
published, and excite very -strong remarks . trom
both the French and iiritish press.
Turkey firmly refuse to havaany thing to do with
tho amendments of the Vienna Note, but insists un-
I on a perfectly new treaty.
I Kalapa has received the command for tho Danube
The Circassians continue successful in Ash.
Napoleon expresses himself strongly in favor of
the Turks. Active operations arem progress w
The Encrlish Government evidontly vacates.
rrussiahasaotiaeditlia Powers, that she reserves
for herself .perfect liberty of action iiy regard to tlie
Austria continues her professions of neutralily.
The Russian Commander moved forward with 24,
000 men, mostly infantry, on the 1 1 tli. They wero
met by the Turk. A pitched battle ensued, and
after a short and , sanguinary action the Russians
were compelled to retreat on Bucharest in disorder.
In four several attacks tlie Russians lost 3,000
men. This is reliable.
Previous to this, on tho 8th, tho Turks , were
driven from an Island opposite lnclgero. The
Turks shortly after were reinforced .and retook the
Island, and kept it - : - V
The Czar has discharged' all English operatives
from the Navy Yards.
Cincinnati, Nov. 30. River fallen three inches;
weather clear. Flour, heavy 'this morning at S3
25 a o 30, with sales of lS.OOObbls. Whisky 2l$i
21J. Sales of 470 hogs at SI. There is a firmer
feeling the weather being more favorable for
packing, and only a few hogs in market Nothing
doing in provisions. Groceries unchanged.
Louisville, Nov. 30. The river is falling slowly.
Cincinnati, Nov. 30. River fallen 3 inches.
Pirrsi(tn:cr,6v. SU.--The '.riVer'-js stationary,
with scant four feet in Ujo channel.
Ex-Governor Williams, of New Hampshire, Jia3
been appointed Senator in place of Atherton, de
Nashville, Dec 1.
Cotton There is considerable animation in the cotton
market iq furor pf buyers fir tho higlier grades. We heard
of a sate yesterday of Rood Middling at 9p. 1 Tho ruling fig
ures for Middling arp 8 S0a3 75; several smilllols, were dij
posed of yesterday at those prices. '1
CHARLESTON COTTO.V MARKET.
ClttttLMTOs. Nov. '28,'P. M.
The sales of Cotton on Saturday reached U00 bales at ex
tremes ranging from 7 to IOJ4 cents. Prices continue as
RALTIMOREMARKETS, 5c t
BiLTiVQB. Not. 23,
The total sales of Cotton for llie week comprise onlrSOO
bales at 10pf to 11 J cents. Somo 200 tierces of rice found
purchasers at 4 50 to 4 C2K cents per hundred nounds.
Salus of upwai ds of 7000 bags of prime Rio Coffee were made
itie snip I'einlxrion sailed rrom Liverpool on the Jin inst.,
.Tho steamship Canada, from Liverpool, - arrived at I!ov,
ton on Friday night at 1 1 o'clock. Her mails for the South
left this morning.
NEW ORLEANS MARKETS, A.
Nbw Orleans, Now2G,-P. M.
Tlie sale of Cotton on Sadinlav were only 2000 bales, at
previous quotations StrictMiddling is "quoted afc0 cents
fiales of 4'kW bags of Rio Coffee were mod? tolay at 11 to
Tnic Decks isk. The decrcao in Ihe receipts of Cotton at
all the Southern porLsj as compared .with last y tar to date,
is sw.oou Dales.
The steamship Jiiicl Warrior sailed yesterday for New
York. She had but a few passengers, and 1,200. bales of
The steamers, Texai and yjmwro have arrived, with
Mexican dates. The news has beeu anticipated. The SaU
Francisco, Hotel,. 4t S4a Francisco, has been destroyed by
fir,.' lAaa 91 VIWi ' ' ' r '
. , V .
Mo.vdat, Nov "2S, 1 P M.
Cottox There a cood demand te-dar. and prices are
stiiTand full. Sales 1000 bales at 9 to 11 cents.-
UIVER-PALLING-SO INCHES SCANT QN SHOALS.
CO Monlicello, Paducah;
CO Lella, Taducah.
Savannah, Nor- 23. Arrived, steamship Keystoue State
Hardic, Philadelphia; brig Coilian, Nichols, Boston; brig
Albatniss, Patterson, llosTon. uiearca, senrr A uooawin,
Carlisle, Bostou; schr Danube, Smith, Bath, (Me.)
CuAiinKSTO.f. Nor 23 Arrived, steamship Southerner,
Ewing, New York; Line ship Sullivan, Mitchell, New York;
brig Loretlo, Nordcn, Philadelphia; schr Montery, Somera,
Philadelphia: C L baique Velocity, Ryder, Bosron; schr Pa
cific, Yales, New York; schr Alabama, Stevens, Baltimore.
Cleared, steamship Jas AdgT,Dickiufon,NewYork;sleam
tihip Osprev, Bennett, Philadelphia; Sp pol Nuevo Kayo,
Ysern, Barcelona; schr C A Greiner, Iligbee, Philadelphia.
T ADIES ATTEVD.-FRANCISCO. WIIIT-
X-i MAN'S, No. 2 5 Public Square, is the place where can
bp had at thg lpwest prices a.beautiful sett of Furs, which,
forqualitv and style, uavp received the highest praise from
the best judges. We therefore advise all liadies who de
sire to secure a bargain in a beautiful sett of Lynx, Badger,
Rock Stone, Martin, or Filch Furs, had better improve the
opportunity and call soon.
11 ' FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
nov26 Furriers, No. 2S Public Square.
INVITE THE ATTENTION
our readers to the large and superior stocks of
HATS Miitable for the season, which FRANCISCO A
WHITMAN, No. 23, Public Square, has now on band.
They are models of neatness and elegance, and worthy the
notice of everv gentleman who wishes a comfortable and
light HAT. They also have a fine assortment of sott
Hats, Boys, Children and Infants Caps)
Purchasers may re-t assured that FRANCISCO 4
WHITMAN'S Goods are the very best lhat'ean be obtained
in tho citr. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
novid " Fashionable Hatters, No. 23 Public Square-
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS Are invited to
call and examine tho beautiful assortment of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Caps of the Utest and most
approved styles, which are for sale it the splendid hat es
tablishment of FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
oct2$ No. 23,- Public Square.
rpHE METROFOLITANIIAT. Thoe persons
L who wish a neat and comfortable business Hat, wonld
do well to call and examine those beautiful new styles that
we have just received. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
ocW.j 23. Public Square.
Corner of Market mid Ilroadsts., Nashville.
O SUCCESSOR TO CARTWRIGHT A'P
O ARMSTRONG, Vholesale Dealer m Drugs, Med
icines, Paints. Dves, Glassware, and Variety Goods,
Corner of Broad "and Market street, Nashville, Ten
nessee. Would respcctfnlly inform the public that he has
purchased tlie stocKol uartwngui a. .innsiruug, uiuss,
comer 01 uroau
a large and
and 'all other articles usually kept in Drugstores, together
with a stock or varieties suitible lor me oiimry iraue.
iir;u Mprrlmnia. I'll vsiciaiis. Manufacturers, and
Planter are invited to call and examine the slock before
purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell at such
llirirn s.itisfiction to all: the quality of the goods
are warranted to be as represented. A large stock having
been purchased in the Eat since purchasing the stock, will
enable him to compete with any house in the South west He
offers for sale low lor casn, or on units ui ouumuai wen
500 gallonsTanner's Oil;
500 !bs Litharee:
10 bbls Linseed uo;
5 bbls Lird do;
4 bbls Epsom Salts;
500 lbs Ex Logwood;
206 lbs Madder;
17.". lbs Muriate of Tin;
SOO lbs Alum;
2.V) lbs Gum Camphor;
lOOOtbs Spanish Whitinc
40 bxs Boon's Sootch Snuff;
SO bxs Garrclt do do;
4 bbls Macaboy's Snuff;
5u0 lbs Aim Amonia;
200 lbs Spirits Nitre;
500 lis Sulphuric Acid;
SOOOlbs Sup Carb fcoda;
-M-gross M'Lane's Vermirge 500 lbs Nitric do;
irt L' .1 ftw.l-'j Air fUVl lT. Mnrirttir . die
irruss r Atui3w. " i ' '
50 grosi Mustang Linament; 10 lbs byruplod Iron;
Fealhers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Ac., taken in trade at taar-
SILK AND SATIN STOCKS. JUST RE
CElVKU n fine assortment of Scarf and Bow STOCKS
..4t. rtnA riitr Vnr saIa hr
MYERS ib McGILL, Ladies and Gautlemcns' Furnish-
sinr T.n. fis Uolleiro street. , doti-j
4uft w r
I TOTlCJt;. SJJ","";"? 4,"""
. W uv'TMltl AN HERALD, at Iiu svi le. Kv.. are inform-
. , . v , ' .
ed that the undersigned is an authoriied agent for that pa-
tvr Now is the time to pay .in advance, auu save uuy
Snla. CHARLES W. SMITH,
oct'js College st. near Union.
BOOK KEEPING Containing Nine Sets of Books, impart
ing a general knowledge of the Science. By Ceittsx
dkx. MA HEWS PRACTICAL SYSTEM By Singlo and Dou
ble Entrj '
FOLTONAND EASTiUN'S-ConliiningPractfcal Exer
cises for the Farmer, Mechanic, Merchant,' and I'rofes
"Full sets of Blanks for Fulton & Eastmin's'Svs'lem.
for sale by TOON A RUTLAND,
iov22 44 Union street
Eogineer" aud Mechanics' Pocket Book. By C. IL :Hs
well. , - . .
The Engineers' Pocket Guide. By Thomas Kelt.
Tho Mechanics Text-Book. By Kelt and Frost' "
The Artists' Guide and Mechanics' Own Book. Petking
The American Miller and Millwrighls'Assistant Hugbei.
The Manufacture.of SlceL By F.-Orerman. "
The Moulder'smd Founder's Pocket Guide. Overman.
The Turners Companion. With Patterns and last rue
The Dyer and. Color .Maker's Companion.
Nicholson's Mechanic's Companion.
E3f" Our stock of Mechanical Works is gotten up . w'uh
care. Call and examine them.
nov22 TOON A RUTLAND
IU Physical Character. Vegetation and Animals, compared
with those of other and similar regions. -.By Louis
AaASSii. With a Narrative of the Tour, by J.E. Cabot,
and contributions by other Scientific Gentlemen. El
Pleasant Pages for Young People ;
Or, Books ol Home Education and Entertainment. By
S. P. Newcombe. Illustrated. For sale by
novoo TOON A RUTLAND.
LETTER AND CAP PAPER.
Double Medium, Packet Post, Glazed Cover, and other
Papers. Just received, by TQQJ RUTLAND,
no2J 41 Unionstreet
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY A Mairaxine of Literature.
Science and Art. The November with preceding numbers
for sale by nor22 RUTIjANIL
i. o. o. r.
THE ODD FELLOWS' POCKET MANUAL: A.correct
guide in all matters relating lo Odd Fellowship; and con
taining a complete Directory of the Lodges in taes. United
Stales. By James S. Ridgley, Grand becretary of lue
Grand Lodge of the United 'States, and Pascal Ponaldson,
PatQ. Dt Grand Master tjje Upnd Lodge of Northern
New York, with over one hundred Embellishment. Tor
sale by nor23 JOU3 Ulh. A CQ.
THIRD VOLUME. GREENLBAV ON F.VIDEKQE. fbt
saleby nov23 JOHN YORK A. CO.
SW'ANN'S TENNESSEE REPORTS. For sale by
nov23 JOUN YORKACO.
WOMAN'S RECORD r
Or, Sketches of all distinguished woman, from tho be
ginning til) 1350 arranged in fuur eras, with selec
tionsfrom Female writers of every age. By Sarah J,
Hale. Illustrated by to Imndrcd and thirty per.
SELECT BRITISH ELOQUENCE:. t . ,
Embracing the best sp eches entire, of tho most emi
nent orators of Great Britain, fr the last two centuries;
with sketches of their lives, and estimate of their ge
nius, and U'i(es. critical a:id explanatory.
THE SAGES AND HEROES OF THE AMERICAS REV
Including the Signers of the Declaration cf Independ
ence. Two hundred and fbrty-thres of tJicSajas and
Heroes aie proseutod iu due form, and many other
are named incidentally.
THE WORKS OF DANIEL WEBSTER:
.Edited by Edward Everett. Complete in 6 vols., with
focr steel Engravings.
For sale by JOHN YORK A CO.
DAY BOOKS, LeJjrers, Jounials, Cash Books, Record
Books, all sims and qualities, S.cauiboat Books, complete
sets; Memorandum Books, 50 kinds; FooNcap, letter and
Note Paper, and Envolopes, Ink, Gold and Sleol Pens,
Sand, Blotting Paper, Check Bjoks, Note Books. Bills cf
Lading, Ac, Ac For sale by JOHN YORK A CO.
JOHN YORK A CO. have jut received a variety of su
perior Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered
for sale in Nashville, i'ctry I'm aar ranted .
THOSE POPULAR DRESS HAT3
AT "WATERFIELD & Alilv t-i-'
TIXIIK to elicit the admiration of the fashionable
world- They are entensively engaged in manufacturing
HATS of every style and quality, and are prepared at the
shortest notice to produce Hats of any size or shape requir
ed. Theysel! tbeirextraqualitvof trencU Alolesxin iiats
at five dollars. These Hats can be discerned from all others
for beauty of texture and elegance or design. Anew sup
ply ready Way, ,ml,r, n .
novr. T A fig wuu
OUR FOUR DOLLAll 11 AT lfi JA.VJ.ll.
niiUn an imnression in the communitv. Never, in the
annals of Nashville, has such a Hat been offered for roca
dollars. Let the sceptical and unbelieving call and see
for themselves at .
noviQ WATEttnKLI) WAl.lk.bK a.
T7IOR OYS AND CniLDH.EN.-WE HAVE
and Caps for Boys and Children ever offered in the city.
..I .il... nni;M how finilvtrvilMirilrlU
OI lUC Sl lira Uic euutij ' . ,
ALSO. A "fine assortment orLadies Uidmg UaU olthe
finest quality and latest design.
T3IPOHTANT TO THE LAUIES.-OUU
I stock offinerncy Furs is hourly expected. iVe tnade
' . T I ... .1 .......nt!. BhdH tut
our pureaaw we n utm 9stnn, iwiiia.uwiu.j
enabled to sell inem low. We expect in a lew aays w nave
Hat and Fur Store, No. 26, west aid Public Square, next
In Oowder'a. noviy.
HEUMATISM " RHEUMATISM CAN
be cored, either inflammatory, (acute) or chronic No
matter what form of the disease, how bad or how long
standing, by the use of that celebrated Vegetable Internal
remeuj, jjiuruuiw c a ... ........ w ..... j...
Purifier." For sale by the only Ageut, in Nashville,
A NTI-PATENT MEDICINE UOUSK.-WK
A nsictfullr bes leave to make known to the publie
that we havo dfsi-arded from our Drug Store all Pa'ent
and Proprietory Medicines, ana nenceionn win noi eogc
in the sale of them. Our whole attention will be devrted
to the preparation and sale of Legitimate Medicines, which
we will warraut to be ol the purest quality.
Particular attention given to filling Bills and Prescrip
tions. Our prices will be ound to be as low as the lowest,
i : 1 . I... i,mtfSwlH hv iinr in tins
as wc areuckciuitwu uu. w .. .. w . .
market We keep no clerks in our employ but tliose ex-
. f .l i : .
penenceu in inn ousiucso. ....
1 t r .: ..r .1. ..I.,.-.. r..a .11 nf.t invitml Ilk mil
III CWJUmwuuu wi wcftw.o . " .. . . ... ....
and see for themselves. SI RETCH A ORR,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists corner College and
Union streets, Nashville; ot3
INDOW GLASS. A LARGE SLl'l'l.l
ofWindaw Glass of the best quality, just received
.... ..rtittfwiri ff. .tl)r
andforsaebr novi niw,n,umM.u.
""lEMENT FOR CHINA, GLASS, EARTH-
I . 1r o...A U..l1. Wr. nrnrmntp.l tn Hhiml hnil.
f r..., ow.uu nuu "
ing hot water, and the parts remain as strong as they were
before broken. For sale only by . nn
nov7 .llllwlUII A UlUh
SUMNER MANUFACTURING COMPAN x ,
.UNCAN, MORGAN A CO., Agents for the sale of Goods
manulaclureil ovine aoove i-oininuiy, uukum oium
4-1 BROWN SHEETINGS;
7-3 WHITE JEANS;
7-3 do i,l.sr.:
which thev will sell upon favorable tcims, and invite the at-
teution ol uie iraue uuu piiinicrs.
1 TifYt-niu imnniVim
novl9 tf No. 70 and 71 Public Square.
PLOAVS ! PLOWS 1 1
THE Southern States that have so long p'H. '-
depended on Pittsburg and Cinciu-
nati Tor a suppiv oi riows, ugims uuu
other Farming implements can now get all they want at the
AgriciiUural Manufactory, on Market street. Nashville,
Tenn. We would call the attention of Planters and Mer
chants particularly to our very large stock of Plows, con
sisting of a great many of the most improved kinds now
in use, and at as low prices as they can be biought here
from other places. At the same place may be found all
kinds or Wagons, Railroad Carts. Wheel Barrows and Rail
road Plows, Cultivators and Harrows. Those wishing
Plows sent can order them direct from re or Irotn most of
the princ'pal dcajers in surh things In Nashville, as they
keep them of pur manufacture. GEO. C. ALLEN, Pres t
of Agricultural Manufacturing Company, Lower Market
street. Nashville, Tenn. nor24 lm.
ICICLES, PRESERVES, ETC.-50 DOZ.
assorted Pickles, UK) kegs lickled Oysters,
10 dot " Preserves, 20 dot cans Spiced Oysters,
10 dot Jellys, 20 dox. cans Fresh Oyfcr,
20 dox. " Peiier Sauce, 20 dox. cans Fresh Peaches.
Received to-day by nov!7 R. A. J. NIXON.
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY.
DR. ROSS would respectfully invite the
attention of the public to a ssw n
IMPROVED METHOD ur I7ISKini.U Amir.-- . .
teeth, upon which he has been for some, tune, practicing
with great success. .... A
ThS improvement consists in the teethbeing arranged .up
on a date of pure platinum, and by means cTa s.ljicious
compound the teeth and plate are cemented firmly togeth
er. leaving no interstices for the lodgnien or secretion , o
.:.r,.mim(r'iin artificial trum beauttm
and life-like in appearance, and which is represented on the
inside ofthe teeth as well as out.
Those interested are invited to call and examine speci
mens or this improved method at his ojieratingl rooms, N o
5T, np stairs. College st. aug27-tf
BKX. II. SOCL, tHOS. C BCCQB,
BEN. M. NOET. k rn..
Grocers and CominRsiou, Receiving nnd
FOSWARDINO MEECHANTS' .
AXD SIALXIU IS
i Forcifnand Domestic Liquors,
! - rawirnt stpit't, '
INES AND LIQUORS TIIItKR inrv.
dred bbls Leonds UcctiEed Whiskv'
loil In P.faV J j. "
- m. uyj
50 do Robertson county D D Whisky
40 do Old MooongalicU do-""
25 bbls old Bourb'n Whis'y 50 bx-keU CTrnmpagne:
' Aniencan Uraady; pipes Holland Gin;
, E ,ium: 40 boxes assorted Cord tall-
I(. 1kD.:,v- 2- bbls Old Port Wine; '
SO do Walker's Winter 10 Ul Apple Brandy; J'
. 20 boxes Hock Wine;
2 hair-pipes Madeira and 20 boxes assorted Brandies.
Micrry ines; 20 boxes Claret Wine.
S pipes Old Brandv;
Ta store and for sale by oct2 BEX M. NOEL A CO .
rnoBAC'co" and cuixrhXokwoxs
JL TJus Joues' Tobacco; ' - i
80 boxts Peter M Hoax's No 1 Tobacco;
25 boxes Peter M Bom's Gold f Tobacco:
20 boxes Allison's Tobacco; 15 boxes Phumix Tobacco;
25 boxes fcnneUs ' do; 10 boxes Sam Wool's do;
i2 Cxei OUDgiBorriirs " 5 boxes S E White's do;
Tn ilXei if d: ' 5 x I!el A Nash do;
IQtaSBSSSs' 10 boxes Kentucky do;
50 boxes Terry's Mdea Ci-,
gars; . .
SO boxes Cuba Six Cigars
50,000 Principe Cigars;
50,000 Regafia Cigars; best brands, in store and for sale
bj BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
SUNDRHa. ON k HUNDRED AND 1'HTV
bjgs prime Rio Coffee;
20O bbU St I)uis MilU Flour: rFlnnr-
1 KM'Kff?"8"1 50 bMs St Louis city MilU
200 bbls Keboiled Molasses; 2 casks Madder
100 bbls Suarouse doc, 100 bores Glassware;
100 i bbls bugiir-hoose da 100 bbbvVinr- '
500 bbls No t Kanawa Salt; 25JbbIsLorSuttr
100 kess Nails, ossortedr
20 bbls Powdered tiamr.
20 b.h!,CroAhed Sugar;
60 bags Cotton Yarns; .
100 Demijohns, assorted;
5 tierces Rice;
5 ccroons best Indigo;
10 Lags Race Ginger;
10 bags Pepper;
In store ana for sale by
HEN. IL NOEIi A AO.
OTICK.-If yiSO THIS DAY ASSOCIA-
totj with us in the Grocery Business, THOMAS C.
(UQE,our busieem will be conducted as heretofore, un
der the styls of HEN. M. NOEL A CO.
octgii BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
- McCREA & TERRASS,
Corner of Broad and College Streets, Nashville, Tens.
Aycntifvr Stiiiik'i PiUtburyKanl lYZeHittj, XXX, and
EALE ATiES, PORTER ArRROWN STOUT.
IJAVEijOWin store the following, which they will sell
itULurali nrioes. (trausportatioii added! to-dar :
12.) Bbls tcWSmilh's IHtUburgh Ale for summer ase;
150 "ICennctt Urand equal to the best Scotch Alq
lUi)U do do- for family user
20 Casks Bottled do;
mavJ 1 r n n
LANGIIOltN & ARMlS'f EAU. lOO PACK
ages of l.mjhoru X Arm,iaii's superior Chawing To
bacco, just ivcpirv4 alld for ss'e Lv
pHEESE-lOO UOXKH W. R. CHEESE.
J Jut rrcvivcd and for sale by
liovat riS. CHEATHAM ACO
DRIED REEF 5 CASKS EXTItA SUCSAR
Cured Beef, just received and furfalc br , r
nov34 E.S. CHEATHAM A CO.
STAR CANDLES-IOODOXES, IIALFHOX
ES aud i boxes Star Can.iles, received and for sle by
norit 11 S. CHEATHAM ACQ.
Jusi received and for sale by
noU4 Kjt CUEATHAJl ACQ.
TROOMS-Ua DOXEN CORN BROOMS A
JLJ silpenur article, just received and for saie by
novat E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
rRESH OYSTERS. TWENTY"
Frusb ltultinuin OrnLtsi fiii- hv
run nui'O .1 il.vivui.-i.
QTAR CANDLES- FH'Tx'
U UAULts, lor sale oy
EDWARDS A IURRIS.
inn iiiTVPiIiik i ir w t ikV-T"
ttV'J .11. . .1 111 ..J - t - -. . . K A . lino UfLl
I associate I with me In tho Wholesale Grocery, Com
mission, Receiving and Forwarding Bnsinecs, Mr. WIL.
LIAM VHILLIl'S. of Nashville, under the name and style
of LANIER A PHILLIP
nova L. II. MNIER.
l. n. LAMtc wk. ruiLUrs.
LANIER It PHILLIPS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION, RECEIVING
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
nov2 Xo. S9, Market Urtet, Xa!,eilU Tenn.
JUST RECEIVED FROM ST LOUIS,
75 barrels Loaf Sugar;
20 " CrusheU do;
10 " Pulverized do;
100 boxes Star Candles;
50 " Rosin Soap.
For sale low by LANIER A THILUPS.
UCICVVH EAT FLOUR F I F TY- FOUR
bags lHickwluut r lour lor sale bv
novSt; LANIER A PHILLIPS.
ALE I ALE ! ! IOO HA It It ELS SJIITH'S
celebrated Ale, received by Georgetown, and for sale
low by McCREA A TERRASS,
LOWS I PLOWS I I-I50 BEST PEACOCK
Plows, just received by Georgetown, and for sale low by
McCREA A TERRASS,
nov27 ""' Broadway.
AN(ilIORNE Ai. ARMISTEAD'S TOIIA(
CO 50 boxes just received by the Monlicello, and for
sale low by McOREA A TERRASS,
S PICES SO II AGS SPICES;
20 bags Pepper; 20 bags Ginger.
Received this day per steamer Harts ville.
nov22 M'CREA A TERRASS.
JAVA COFFEE 10 PACKETS BEST OLD
Java CofC-e, received per steamer Hartsville
Dov22 M'CREA A TERRASS
- I" ADDER I CASK UEST DUTCH MAD-
der, received to-day.
M'CREA A TERRASS,
PORT WINE 20 BARRELS PORT WINE,
reoeived by M'CREA A TERRASS.
RANDY 10 CASKS SIGNETT XSto 1)1'.
puy Brandy, received per steamer UarUville.
no2 31CREA A TERRASS.
DOZEN BUCKETS FOR SALE BY
M'CREA A TEREASS.
MACKEHEL--20 BARRELS MACKEREL;
SO half bbls Mackerel; SO kits do;
J list received and for sale low br
JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO..
nov22 Broad av.
STAR CANDLES IOO BOXES STAR CAN
dles jot received and fur sale low, to close, by
OUGAR 20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR;
O 20bblsLnarSugurj 10 bbls Powder'd do;
Just received and tor sale br
nor28 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
TAR LEAD5 KEGS BAR LEAD;
-'ust received by
JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT 30O BARRELS
Louisville Hydrajlic CcmeiL Just received and for
gale by JOIINSON, IIORNE A CO.
SALT..UOO BAGS TURKS ISLAND SALT;
150 bags FineSlt; just received br
nov2i JOIINSON, HORNE A CO.
LE! ALE! 1-50 BARREI."TR.VCEY Ac
Wilkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ale, just re
ceived and forsale low lo close, br
nov27 JOlINSON.JlORNE A CO.
CALES I SCALES t lXV E ARE CON
STANTLY supplied with Klundell's unequalled heel
and Dormant Scales from 1,'HX to 5, 00 lbs., which will bo
sold exceedingly low.
We can also supply Railroad Traci and Depot Scales,
trom tlir.o lo ully lous, on llic ruoni reasonable lenni.
JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO..
TjMiEsinrROcTTRTES IiiTject from new
Orlean. New Su-.r; Fresh Rice; Piiine Rio CVlfce;
Laguyra CufTee; plce; Pepper; Sierm Candles. Ac For
sale low for Cash by JOIINSON, HORNE A CO.
UN l'OWOUIt. J UST RECEIVED "AT
my Powder Deport
50(J kegs Hazards Kentucky Rifle Powder;
230 halre do do do dr.;
100 quarter do do do do;
150 kegs do Sea shooting do do;
ALSO. 'M cauisters or one pound each a verv fine ar
ticle. For sale by S.U.L00M1S.
imv24 lm Agent for Iho Hacinl lliwiler Co.
I" AillES WINTEilHCTES-'TrAKE NOW
opening direct from the most foshbuable Eastern
Ladies' winter Gaiters, assorted color": 1 '
do Kid, Morocco and Calf Skin Boi'ts;
do Buskius and Slippers;
do White Kid aud Satin Gaiters;
do Mctalic Sandals and Over Shoes.
In addition taa large assortment on hand for IUDira, Usx
ttEMES, Misses. Bors,aiid CmuiaEX, adnyltdto th uawn
to which wo Invite the attention of purefioserj wholesale
and retaiL A. B. A a W. ROBEBTbON.
Dor$ No.4. College street.
TUSTR ECEI V ED, BY THE LIGHT DRAFT
m 1 steamers, a lot or John Walker's Ale. For sale by the
I"7iRESH R.VSIN.S.-50 BOXES M R HASINS )
' 50 bei M R ltasins; 50 boxes M R Raslns.
Biteived this day nov20 R. J. NIXON.
CASH! CASH I! , .
WNTED at the South Nashville Furnituia Factory.ol
good SE.VSONED LUMBER
100,000 feet of 1 inch Walnut Planki-wide;
1-,QQ0 do do do do do;
0,000 do 2 do do do do;
100,000 do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, 4,5 A 6 in. sq'rt;
100,000 do Cherry do do , fdo;
100,000 do IX inch. Cherry Plank wide; '
50,000 do do do do;
5O,0OC do 2 do do do;
50,000 do Ash, ranging rrom 1 to 5 ui thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar or all sizes used for Cabinet purposes,, for
which fluA will be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 or 30 good CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whoro
fair prices will be given in cash. L-w.-l or 2 good. lP
HOLSTERS. Nona but good workmen needtapply.
( THE NASHVILLE MANTOACTtTEING COXFAJTX.
T.ZSta ,ment 13 provided with jrachinery sort
I L TorC.a-,comn!efe, of themost BioJcnt cnastrnctioo; also
Willi the U-t Mechanical skfll that ILecouutxr affords, and
respectfully solicit onSers. They are prcpareJto execute aj
, RAILROAD MACHINERY.
buclins Zaxmntice for Passenger and Freight Trains.
Passenger, Freight, and Repair Cars completed, and aimer)
everr description of work appertaining to Rail Roads.
' STEA II ENGINES.
Boat and stationary from 3 to 500 horse-power with
boilers of the- best Tmnesre Iron.
M-cbJnery complete for fitting op Sash or Circular Saws
cuip!ete, with the newest and most approved modes.
. t GRIST SIILLS.
f-J-1ie ni Machinery made for all sires, complete; to
gether with JrachincryforSugarMaisand Cotton Gins; al-so-Maehinenr
for Blast Furnaces, embracing- Gut Iron CyU
indtrt for blast, 4c "
. ROLLING MILTS,
t Cast Iron Rollers, andall machinery for RoU-
ingilillscoinrJete made at shortest notice.
nr a BR AS3 AND IRON CASTING.
, ' ""wnpuon, wiin 3naiting, mm cearinir. water
.rftT ii..l j - x -aseni,(wno is a practical ma-l-V
t undersigned. JollN B. JOHNSOXl
junai ly a. President
STATE OF TENNEssri.
Davidson County Conrt-NovembcrTcrBt, 1853.
Milla Shannon and others )
IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction or tie Court
that the following defendants, to wit: Williara Shan
non and his wire Milla bliannoc. Cirmeriy Milla Hyde. whoso
mr.i??x " not known, and Edmond Hyde. JIartha Hyde,
and Morgana Hyde. the three, last be ng minor children of
Jobn Hyde, jr, deceased, and residents of theStale or Iili
nois, are non-residents of thisSUte, and are out of the juris
dicUoii of ttia Court, and that the usual process of this
owt cannot' be served upon them, it is ordered that, publi
cation be made in some newspaper for said defendants to
cmerorward on the first Mond.iy in December next and
plead, answer or demnr to the bill, otherwise- the same will
be taken liir ctrafeved as to them, and set for hearing at th
"nlitrm(0Vh? Court. F.R.CHEATHAM. CUrk ic
noT9-twawUtdee Printer's feeL
. . HTATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson qonuty Court-XovembcrTenu, 1833.
George D. itiudett. Adm'r. and others, 1
Squire Johnson, and others. )
IT APPEARING to the saUifjetioo of lh Coort. in this
case, that two of the defendants, to wit Stnire Johnsoo
and his wire Martha Johnson, ore noa-resideiiis of the State
being citizens of the State of Missouri, and that the u.nai
process of this Court could not be served upon tbem.it was
ordered that publication be made in some newspaper for
thirty dars, requiring said defendants to appear at ibe De
cember Term of this Court, and plead to the petition, other
wise the same will be taken for confessed as tn them, and
set for hearing. ptrie. '. U. CHEATHAM,
N ot9 wA t - tih dec 9 Clerk.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court November Term, 1853.
E. A Mabry, Adm'r, 1
Daniel D.Mabrr, and others, )
IT APPEARING to the satisf icttan of the Court, in this
case, that the defendants, Wro. U. Mabrrand Lewis
Mabry, are non-residents of Ibe Stale, and that they usual
process of this Court can not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publicstinn be made- for thirty davs in some
newspaper, requiring said defendants to appear and answer
At lllA n.Ttl.rni nf fill. I.t.t I l.kv.i.tVM All..H.i.a
Uiey will be-proceedeil against by default
F. 1 CHEATHAM,
nots witw till dec t Clerk.
LYONS A: CO.
Importers nnd Dealers in 'Havana Cigars, To
bacco, and ull kinds of Foreign Wines,
No. 19 Ckdir Street, Nashville.
Connlry orders respectfully solicited and pfinctually at
FIG CHEWING TOnBCCO. TliISTOBAC
co is tor superior to any other now in use. being of the
purest kind, sithoutany mixture or adulteration, it isa new
article in the Southern country, aud only wants a trial to
nakc it become universally used. The only plscu itean be
fiiund in Nashville is at LYONS A CO.,
novlS VJ Cedsrstreet.
BRANDIIW, WINES, Ac. A LSO J I ST RE
ceiveil sevn-al Ouarter and Lii'htli casks ol the unrest
French Brandies, V ines and Liquors of all descriptions.
We have also jut reciived a few ca'es or tlie celebrated
Scheidham Schoaps. We respectfully invite the- inspec
tion of country and city dealers. LYONS A CO.
novlS No. 1. Cedar st
Cigars: cigars it just received
as tine and large an assortment of HAVANA CIGARS
as has ever been in Xashv.lle. Pleas" call and examine
for yourselves, Tor sale either wbolesalo or retail at
norl. LYONS A CO l'J ldar st.
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS!
MsCOMBIEaFURNlTL'IkEPOLLSIl (or cleansinr.ro
storinganil preserving the lustre or varnished or pol
By th application of this polish. Piano', Furniture, ol
any'descriptiou, andCarri'ges atUr 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 iu New L For salo
in.bottlcs, at 50 ceuts and 1 in, br
SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO,
have just received from New York, a largo supply ol
Brittania WarePitchers. I, 2. S, and -t qts;
" " ' Coffee, Tea and Cream rots;
" " Sugar Bowls;
" Candle-sticlisaiid Iinips;
-"5t'4CupS and CigJr lighter.
For safe at a small advance on Manufacturers price.
'SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO,
novlS " Naslivilleu
PLANISHED AND BLOCK TIN WARE.
We have for sale the largest stock ever ofTercd in Nash
ville of the above beautiful ware, consisting of
Soup Tureens, various sizes;
Coverd Dishes with beaters;
BearStesk Dishes with heaters;
Ojster Dishes Chafing Dishes;
Tea and CofTee Pot", from 1 pint to qtsy
Coffee Biggins, Tarious sires;
Colffe Grecques, large and small size;
Coffje Unis, Octagou, Oral and mund.
As the above articles have been, purchased for cash and
allow rctes, they will be sold rhcuper than articles of the
same quality hare ever been ofTered before in Nashville.
SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO
(AUJllir.lllv.ll .uai..-iw unueragcea nas
f .t l.w runt nn PHmm iIfmI ramai. Pint Unm.u.
I'aint Shop, a fine lot or the best Cumberland CoaL which
will be sold at the market rrice. T5 mUm mr i iil
In rll nnd trr this coal. JAMES HUGHES.
ry- Having Wagons and Teams. 1 am at all times pre
pared to furnish my old customers and friends with Sand
and urarei. or in uo any nauung iuu. uiuj ue rvquui
Nashville. October 2i, J. H.
BOY'S CLOTH I Nt; DEPOT! The snliscnbarH
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing Tor Boys Trom 4 to IS ever offered fur sale in the
Union, timers ior uenuemcn uioimng uueti at tne soon
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege ol changing them u uiey uo not su it
F. A. 1IOYT A BRO.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and lOst, Philadelphia.
April fi.1S-a ly
WANTED TO HIRE FOR THE REMAIN
DER of the year, s GIRL to do cliamber work and
take care of children. Permanent employment will be
given if wanted.
EST Inquire at this Office iot17 - If
YlOll RENT FOR Til 1-rNEXT YEAR, f
JL' the Third Story. Rooms suited 6r Offices or bed 'rij
rooms on the secm.il Huor, and shops and orbces on tbe
ground floor orthe Union Buildings on the comer rif Cedar
anu merry sirceis, iwsne uie j-iw uuwe. ippiy u
nnvl tr S. P. ALLISON. No. 61 Cherrv st,
rHl A LL WHOM IT MA V CONCERN. THE
JL undersigned hereby gives notice tliat whereas on the
loth day of December, 1S1K. there was issued by Ihe Com
monwealth of Virginia, a Military Land Warrant, No- 6.2W,
fur 400 acres of Land to Peter Booth and Martha Porch the
heirs or legal representatives of Michael Booth, deceased,
late a "Sergeant of the Continetal line of Virginia, for'er
rices rendered as Sergeant during the War in sa il Conti
nental line, which said Warrant was lost or mislaid, and
whereas on Uic2lllidv or October, lll,aduplicaie v ar
rant' was issued to said mint rs, wh th said duplicate has
also been lost or mislaid, and whereas on Ihe 7th dav of No
vember, ISoS, another duplicate Warrant was issued to?id
minors. 1 now therefore publish that 1 will make applica
tion to the General Land OtBi at Washington for Jicnp,
to be issued to me as lite o"Iy surviving lieirof the said
Micheal Booth, deceased, under act of Cougiess entitled
"An net rrskmg- further provision fur the satisfaction of
Vinrinia I-md Warrant.,' approved August r,lit, 1C1
miris-tiiw-lmt MARTHA PORCH.
TSf" The Washington. Unio will publish .the above-
. . .i r . i.?
three raoninsena ia(rBnu dccuuiu lotuiaouiee.
1 PHILADELPHIA ONEPRICE CLOTHING
SrORi; Cedar street, near tr.e Post Office, ahvtll,
Tcnnesjea. We lespectrully call tho attention of Gentle
men to the advantageous arrangement tliat we-have recent
ly made for the purpose of furnisbmgihera with! r clothing o
superior quality, at much lower rntes tlian has leretotore
been charged by similar establishments. Ths si m r part
ner, i Mr. It. D. ClifUrti, residing and reumining; (ontinuallr
in Philadelphia,) having been for inanv years, engaged in
tlie purchase of material aud tlie manufacturing of I lothtDg
in tlie Eastern Markets, gives us decided advantages, which
we are returning to the benefit of our customers With this
arrangement, ami toe one Dnee Tinnciole. we natter our
selves that wo th ill be able to give satisfaction to ell who
may favor us with their patronage.
F7 Making to Order.-- Wehavo in onr employ oce
of the most experienced and snperiorcntlerfi Inthe I nited
Slates, and will warrant cur work to give entire satisfaction.
tliir store nr Ikvuls nn hnnd is larre and Deanmui. com-
tirtsinif all tlia latest strips offtbrict introduced. Gentle
men will please call and examine onr stock.
. 1 KI1LTI1V I. ATtllYT"T
T AND FOR SALE. 111 VIKl lKUt AUti-
l i m. nr the ('-mitr court nt uavmson eounir. ren-
1 th (letober Terra. in tlie case of Thomas
Vanrell. Administrator, vs. the heirs of Jeremiah Shimmick.
I wilt ntll-r lbr salr at the Cnnrt Honsv. in the
. ,.r x...v,-in m- Co...l. il.. ..T r n.mlpimt
a Til Af!T OK IAND. eontaininir ten acres, situated on the
Murtteesboro'pike. about seven miles from Nas. vi".le.
Ksiit Trsri uf Iuul tuJiuirod to the eslole of Jremiatt
t-1. r . . r .... i . i . r. (i... r... i. ... t-in .
OUIUUililucwucu, wviu putu lui lira (iuijw.v. f
2O0 In cosh, $150 upon a credit of six months, and Ihe tl-i
anee unuu a creuii ni iweive muuuu, uuu iukiw. .vu.
the date. Notes with good security required, and a hen n-i
tamedjiipon the lind until the purchase money H paid- j
oclSG trw&iL r. rt.vmEta.iuAai,ierti.