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TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. C, 1853.
An enthusiastic young gentleman sends us the
following description of the appearance of tins
. young lady at the Theatre one evening last iveek :
Miss Reynolds' Cosceet. llus'tc, coming from
whatever source it may, aK-ays cheers and happi
fiesus; but when stolen from strings with the
graceful witencry of "fair hands," it brings upon us
gladsome ccstacy such it did for us on Thurs
day evening last when Miss Reynolds' "flying fin
gers kissed the strings" inviting melodies that would
Miss R. doubtless, presents a greater variety of
musical talent than any other one p erformer. Her
transitions from the blending violin, to the mellow
flute and thrilling octave, never fail to strikcher au
dience with enchantment,
Thursday evening last she held forth at the Adel
phi Theatre to a full and discriminating house, from
which she elicited the wannest applause. At the
conclusion of the concert, (as advertised) she pre
. sented a fine diamond ring to the person who was
. most successful in the sale of her concert tickets.
Our friend, Dr. Scott, of the Inn, being the success
. ful competitor, after a brief, but beautiful and ap-
propriate speech from Miss R., received the ring in
the following style :
"Mis3 Reynolds, I accept this ring with much
pleasure from its fair donor, and shall cherish it in
remembrance of the Jenny Lind of America."
May success attend her in her Southern tour.
THK THEATRE. -We
understand that Mr. Jon.v Greene has leased
the theatre from the gentleman who lately pur
chased it, for three years. Wo are happ" to hear it
Mr. Grekxc is not only the best actor in his line
now on the stage, but he is in private life every
inch a gentleman, and as a citizen an acquisition to
Nashville. As a manager, he makes the theatre a"
place of respectable resort, and prunes it of objec
tionable features which elsewhere bring odium up
We learn that Mr. Neafie, the tragedian, has
been engaged for a short season, and will appear
in a few days. This will be good news to theatre
goers. Benefit. Mr. If. T. Kauris is announced for a
benefit at the Theatre to-night. The pieces selected
are gool; in addition to which he has secured the
. service of Miss Kate Walters, the well known
and favorite danseuse, also of Mrs. F. S. Bcxton.
formerly attached to the National Theatre, Boston,
:sucli attraction alone cannot fail to fill the house.
f23F" We have rarely witnessed a better nil on
tfhe stage than Berhard made on Saturday night
in tfce part of OUapotl. He may claim the charac
itor as li own. The Sir Robert Bramble of Mr.
Greene ?a the same play is one of the finest speci
mens of aeting to be seen on the modern stage.
It was a pity that Johnson didn't know six lines
Jf Humphrey Bobbin, because it marred the effect
of 4he inimitable acting of Greene.
.MAIL ROBBER ARRESTED.
We understand that CoL Martin, the active
rnai! tgeat for this State, has arrested Henry John
son nstil carrier on route " 100, from Franklin to
I'erry vHIe, for robbing the mail. He is lodged in
jail at Pfinyville.
We also hear that the letter mail was stolen from
the coach between Louisville and this city one night
Odd Fellows' ITall. The moving Mirror of the
Garden of Eden and the Deluge, continues to attract
crowds of admirers. On Wednesday afternoon at
2 J o'clock there will be an exhibition for the accom
inodation of families living at a distance.
EST We noticed a great ingathering of "quar
ters" at the corner of Union and Cherry streets on
yesterday. The Major must be getting rich.
.A Foot Race. A footrace, for one thousand dol
Uarp is to come ofT at Florence, Alabama, on the
jlOchinst., between Wash Morgan, of East Tennes
3ee, asd a Mr. Cran of the former place. Distance
We v.'erc presented yesterday with a round,
yjcooth, sound Turnip, which weighs eleven and a
lrilf pound;;. This mamo'.h turnip is the product
of the form of Col. Montgomery, of Sumner coun
ty. Sumtuer is the county for turnips and de
mocracy. 13 It is stated ttict, at the average of the last
twenty years, a ton of cons is estimated not to be
worth hauling by wagon, when UTO miles from mar
ket; while at the same distance, upon aiine of Rail
road, it would be worth $22,10. A ton of wheat,
H50 miles from market is not worth hauling by
wagon, but by R ilroad it would by worth 4435.
1ST" A verdict of S10,000 has been rendered in
Orange county, North Carolina, against CoL J.
Docolass, a wealthy married man, for the seduc-
tion of Margaret Holman.
A. young man from Fayette county, Tenn.,
?.vas robbed in Memphis, one night last week, $7,
.OOCjfcfld a gold watch. He was on a spree at the
Jpr Cr tV lecture on Temperance and Prohibition
will be delivered this eAcning at G o'clock, P. M.,
iin the Elvsian Grove Church, South Nashville, by
itfe. Has. E. Vinton, formerly known as Mohawk
MEDICINES WJdlCH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATIS.
FACTION, CAS i!E RELIED ON FOR THE CURE
OK THE DISEASES jKOK WHICH THEY ARE
;53" R. J.S. ROSE is an IIonorrr Mcmbcrof the Phil
adejihia Medical Society, and graduated, in 1820, Irom
the University of Pennsylvania, under the guidance of the
truly eminent Professors Phvsick, Chapman, Gibson, Coxe,
James and Hare, names celebrated for medical sc.ence
Being solicited by thousands of his patients to put up hi
Preparations, he now oflers to the public, as the results of
his experience for the past thirty years, the following valu
able Family Medicines, each one suited to a specific disease:
Dlt. J. S. KOSE'S NERVOUS ANU INVIGO
T.ie Greatest Discovery in Medical Science! Thisaston
ishing preparation for raising np a weak constitution de
bilitated by care, labor, study or disease acts like a charm.
It gives strength and appetite, and possesses great invigora
For Heart Diseases, all Nervous Aflections, Flatulence
Heartburn, Restlessness, Numbness, Neuralgia, raising the
spirits, and giving power to the whole system, it is almost
miraculous iu its effect. 50 cents a bottle.
A Medicine for every I'mnilr.
Do vou sutler with any pain? If oudo ou will find
immediate relief by using I)r. J. S. ROSE'S PAl.N CURERr
It is the only preparation which cures almost instantly soie
throat, rheumatism, from colds, pains in the side, back or
limbs, face, ear, or tooth-ache, stomach or bowels, side or
back, stiff neck, bruises, corns and chilblains. There is
, uothing equal to it for lumps or rising in the breast. Where
, ver you have pain use the Pain Cmcr, safe to all ages.
Price 12.H, 2j and 50 cents.
For till Disuses ol the Kidney nnd Hladder
JJr.J. S- Ktt't (hinpound '.in. Hitiuct of Jluciu.
'This is decidedly one of the best remedies ever used for j
.diseases of the kidneys, bladder Ac , and also fur goutv af-
,1'ectious; olwaj s higlily recommended bv the late Dr. Phy
tic, and many of the most distinguished medical men
abroad. Price 50 cents. i
For Female Complaints.
Da. J. S. Rose's Golden Pius, for fulling of the AVomb, !
teniaU Weakness, Debility and relaxation. Price 5 cents, j
1)k- J. S. Rose's Fi.uall Specific. A remedy for painful I
Menstruation, Leucorrhcea or Whites. Price one dollar.
Grout Cure lor Coughs ami Colds. j
The Hist Corcii Svitrr in tiih W'oklo. Dr. l!oes cele
brated Cough Syrup, gires immrdiate relief to the worst
cough, whether consumptive or preceding from cold, it I
allays any irritation of the Lungs, end fortifies the system j
iigamst future attacks. In bottles at 50 cents and i 1.
Tueonlt Ccbe kok lhsPErsiA, Ijveu Complaint nd In
digestion. Thousands liat e been cured of the .ilne coin- '
plaints, and tens of thousands more can be cored, if they
will lake Dr. J. S. ROSE'S IlJfpti Componnd, and hu
Anti-tllltcvt or JiiiiiraiJ 1'ttlt. The Dysi eptic Compound
ets direetly on the Liver andStomach, whilst the Pills car- i
rv off all secretions, keeping the bowels open and regular,
so giving strength and apjietite. These medicines contain I
no Calomel or -Mercury in auy lonn, out possess great iouic,
alterative, stomach and liver comjo ind-1, which never in
jure, but always improve the consututiou, as thousands can
All of the above Preparations, with Dr. Rose's Medical
.Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of
W. W. BERRY A DE.MOV1LI.E,
SHELL A RUTHERFORD, Gallatin,
W. F. GRAY, Nashville.
McCLAIN A DALE, Columbia.
And ot Dealers generally throughout the State.
SENATE uossixa sesihw.
Monday, Dec. 5.
Mr. Nave presented a petition from, citizens of
Johnson county, relative to a ford across Doe Creel;
read and transmitted to the House.
Mr. Rogers: a memorial from citizens of Tipton
county, protesting against tho removal .of the seat
of justice from Covington to Randolph. Read and
rclerred to Judiciary Committee.
Air. Jb razes: a petition lorreliet to John h. Car
ter. Referred to Committee on Claims.
Mr. DiiKLAr, of Henry, from the Committee on
Ways and Means, recommended the passage of.the
om tor medical relorm in this State. Concurred in,
anu ow passeu second reading.
Mr. Nelson, from the Committee on Internal Im
provement, recommended the passage of the bill to
incorporate the Mississippi Levee Company and tho
i-orKea Deer treek and Union Levee Company.
vxmcurrea in, and bill passed second reading.
Mr. Nelson, from the same Committee, recom
mended the passage of House bill to incorporate the
ureal ventral JNorth and South Hallway. Concur
red in, and bill passed third reading.
Mr. Rogers, from the Committee on New Coun
ties. Sc., recommended the passage of House bill for
the benefit of Lewis county. Concurred in, and bill
passed third reading.
Mr. Jones, from the Committee on the Judiciary,
recommended the passage of the bill to repeal tho
third and lourth sections of an act passed 28th ieb.,
1802, ciiap, 174.
Mr. Jones moved to strike out the words, "and
On this motion a debate arose: Mr. Jones and Mr.
Carriger advocating, and Messrs. Nelson and Nixon
opposing the motion. The motion prevailed, and
the Dill then passed the Jd reading.
The Senate took a recess until 21 o'clock.
HOUSE MOEXKO SESSION.
Monday) Dec. 5.
The House met pursuant to adjournment
Mr. Morris, of Wavne. in the Chair.
Prayer bv the Rev. Mr. Care.
Mr. Richardson presented a petition from citizens
of Gibson county, on the sulject of the appointment
oi one itevenue Commissioner in each county, iteau
Mr. Sinra, of Davidson, Chairman of the Commit
tee on internal improvements, to whom was rcler
red Senate bill to amend an act entitled an act to
establish a system of Internal Improvements, re
ported the same, and recommended its passage.
On motion of ilr. Cooke, said bill was taken up
and read first time, and passed, and 150 copies or-
uereu to oe pnmea.
Jlr. Hawkins introduced a bill to amend the
criminal laws of this State. Read first time, passed
Mr. Cavitt introduced a preamble and resolu
tion providing for a recess durincr the Christmas
Holidays, and that their per diem should cease dur
ing that time.
Mr. Huruard introduced aTesolution to raise a
Select Committee to 'inquire into the expediency of
naving a new .Map oi the State published.
Mr. Bullen introduced a resolution proposing to
suspend further action on the Report of the Com
mittee on Tippling and Tippling Houses, until the
ineiius oi i romuuioii Drougni in u ueuuuu propo
Mr. Hnr.BARD moved a suspension of the rule re
quiring resolutions to he one day on the table, Which
Mr. Brown, of Monroe, introduced a resolution
proposing to adjourn on tins 20th December until the
hrst January, to enable the members to take Christ
mas at their own expense.
Mr. Maury, of Warren, introduced a bill to pre
vent Justices ot the Peace from practicing law.
Read, passed and referred.
Mr. Lamd introduced a bill to authorize the vest
ing of certain moneys in State Bonds. Headfirst
time and passed.
Jlr. Herd introduced a bill to amend an act
passed 30th January, 1S52, &c. -Read first time
-Mr Cowap.t introduced a petition and bill for
the benefit of J. W. Faust. Read first time, passed
Mr. House introduced a bill to repeal an act in
reference to the compensation of Council in cases
where slaves are capitally punished, drc. Passed
Mr. Cavitt introduced a bill to incorporate the
town of Dukedom, in Weaklev county. Read,
The House thtn proceeded to the consideration
of the unfinished business, it being the Report of the
CommiUee on Tippling and Tippling Houses, and
the discussion was continued by Mr. Hawkins in
favor of the motion to non-concur in the Report of
At the close of his remarks, the House adjourned
nntil 2 o'clock, P M.
HOUSE EVEMNO SLS.-10N.
The House met pursuant to adjournment, and
took up the unfinished business and the discussion
was proceded in by Mr. Lucas against the motion
to non-concur in the Report of the CommittfH, and
was followed by Mr. Clumbliss, who also took
g'ound against the motion to non-concur. Mr.
Brown, of Monroe, al3o made a speech against the
motion. Mr. Smith, of Davidson, spoke at some
length in support of the motion.
On motion the House adjourned until half past
nine o'clock, A. M.
WINTER DRY GOODS,
On Tuesday, Wednesday nnd Thursday,
Dfcemler ISM, Uh and Uh, 1S53.
CLOSING SALE OK WINTER GOODS,
at which time it trill be an object to close out a large
stock of WINTER GOODS, embracing the greater variety,
of Foreign and Domestic Goods; Staple and Fancy Dress
Goods, of new styles just received direct from the Impoit
crv; Ladies' Dress Goods, Woollens, Stuffs, Women
and Gentlemen's Wear, superior black and colored
Twilled French Cloths, und Doe Skin Cassimeres,
new style Fancy Cassimeres, Mottled Cassimeres, black,
blue, cadet and mixed Sattinets, Fancy Flaid do. of
entirely new patterns, Marino Janes, black, blue, gray and
gold-mixed do, bright colored Plaid Jeans, black and fancy
Silk and Satm A estings. Cashmere and Valeicennes do.,
French Vest Shapes, black Silk Velvet of sujmrior quality,
black and colored Tabby Velvets, high colored Caxsimcres,
Cashmeres de Coss, Muslin deLaines, Scotch Plaids, Can
ton Cloths, Solid colored Muslin de Inline, all wool French
and English merinos. Silk warp Alpacca, rich lustre. Bro
cade Alpaccas, fancy colored Alpacca, silk figured Lama
Cloth, extra 6-1 Cashmeres, glossy, black lustring Silks
of all widths, fancy colored Silks, Dress Silks of new st vie
and great variety, rich Paris fig'd BlkSilks, Plaid SilksVa
tered Poplins, Lyons blk Silk Velvet, fancy Paris Silk Vei
ling, Ilarathado, Bonnet Ribbons of great variety, new styles
and superior quality, black and coloied Mantua Ribbons,
Cap and Black Velvet do, bronn, green and blue IScrage,
Silk Gloves of all qualities, Cloth Gloves fleeced lined,
Men's and Women's Cashmere Gloves, Twisted Silk Mitts,
Lace Mitts, and Gloves of all theditl'erent prices and qual
ities. Black and colored Casunere, Alpacca, Lawns, Wool
and Merino Hose and half Hose, black, red, blue, yellow
and fancy coldred Prints of every variety; four quarter
double purple and English Prints; Furniture Prints, Tur
key Red do.. Cashmere do, new stjle English do.;
bleached Muslins and Drillings of all qualities and widths;
brown Muslins and Drillings of all widths; blue, drab,
retl, green and marble Blankets; large stock of Bed Blan
kets, Crib Blankets, steamboat beith do, heavy grey,
brown and white Mackinaw Blankets, Dutfil do., Union
twilled do.. Plaid Alpacca (travelling) Blankets. Negro
Blankets, Plaid horse do., white, yellow, scarlet and green
Flannels, Bed Tickings. 3-4, 7-s and 4-4 wide Furniture
and Apron Checks, Hickory Shirtings, Mariners stripes,
nnd eounternane Checks. Fancy Nett Cans, woollen Hoods.
woolleu Comforts, and the greatest variety of Trimmings j
ond Ijice work, white goods of all qualities, Swiss, Nam- I
sook, Hook and .Mull .Muslins, Jaconetl Uambnc, Cross,
barred Muslins, w kite and culored Cambrics, Needles,
Pius. Silk. Linen nnd Cotton Threads, Buttons for Over
coats, dress coats, tiints and vests. Braids, Tapes; Ac. Ac
Also 150 cases Heaver. Silk. Moleskin and Aneola!
150 cases Ueaver, SiIfc,Moleskin and Angola Hats,
ICnssuth aud Mexican soft Hats, biack. white and colored;
black and colored wool Hats, large stock of Caps of every
lTnil.rollns nf fall th iltltHrpnt sizes nnd finalities:
new tail stvle Silk Bonnets, trimmed; Travelling Bugs, i
Carpet do., Satchels, Hardware, Cutlery, Paper, Ac. Ac. j
The stock is the largest ever offered in lhisiiurket.and will
be sold fieelv. Several large consignments which we have
instiuctions to close. The latest styles of French and other j
continental Goods comjiose a laige twrtion of this stock, j
which will be sold without reserve. Terms liberal.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
no30 1-1. j
rp() AI,I, HO.lI IT .MAY CONCERN. Til IS
JL undi r-igiied hereby gives notice that whereas on the
loth dav of Decemtjer, there was issued by the Com
monwealth or Virginia, a Military I--uid Warrant, No- 6,200,
for 400 aci c of Land to Peter Booth and Martha Porch the
heiisorhgal representatives c.f Michael Booth, deceased,
late a Seigeant of the Conliuetal line of Virginia, for'er
vices tendered as Sergeant during the War in said Conti
nental line, which said Warrant was lost or mislaid, and
wheienson ihe'is'thday ofOctober, 1841, a duplicate War
rant was issued to said minors, wluch said duplicate has
also been lost or mislaid, and whereas on the 7th day of No
vember, 1S.VJ, anotherduplicate Warrant was issued tosaid
minors. I now therefore publish thatl will make applica
tion to the General land Ollice at Washington for fccnp,
io oe lssuea io me us uie umj sunning oeiroi ine suiu
Micheal Booth, deceased, under act of Congress entitled
"An act makins further provisions for the satisfaction of
Virginia Land Warrants," approved August 31st, ls52.
novlS-triwSms. MARTHA PORCH.
The Washington ITaioi will publish the above
three months, send paperand account to this ollice.
SILK AND SATIN STOCKS. JUST Itl
CEIVED a fine assortment or Scarf and Bow STOCKS
every pattern and color. For sale by
MYERS d- McGILIi, Ladies' and Gentlemcns' Furnish,
ing Store, No. 56 College street. norltf
AVashisgton, Dec. 5. Congress met to-day.
LynuBoyd was elected Speaker 217 members
present Boyd received 143 votes.
Pittsburg, Dec. 5. Four feet water in the chan
nel. New York, Dec. 5. Nothing from the long
looked forEuropa. It 13 the general impression
that she put back in the early part of the voyage.
Louisville, Dec. 5. Total number of hogs killed,
114,000. Market quiet
Washington, Dec. 5. The Senate organized. Arch
erson President, pro tern., in the Chair. The creden
tials of Johnson, of Arkansas, Bell, of Tennessee,
and Allen, of R. L, were presented. Mr. Benjamin
said that Mr. Shdell bad been elected to the Senate-
in place of Mr. Soule, and hoped there would be
no objection to his being sworn. No objection be
ing raised, Mr. blidell, with others, was sworn in.
House. ilr. rorney was re-elected Clerk and a
committee appointed to wait on the President.
Nashville, Dec. C.
Coitox The Cotton market is dull; all parties are wait
ing Steamer's new.
The following dispatch was received from New Orleans
dated December 3d. 1SKS :
Good Ordinary to low Middling Cotton can be taught
this day at 1ilc.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 80. Cotton. After unusually
large operations on Thursday of last week, and a moderate
ly lair amount of business ou 1-riday, the day of closing our
last report, the market on Saturday presented a very quiet
appearance, the full rates demanded by factors, and an ad
vancing tendency in freights, having doubtless ha i their in
fluence in checking the demand. Under these circum
stances the sales of Saturday reached about 3500 bales. On
Monday the weather was unfavorable, and the market
again presented but little animation, the sales being con
fined to about 8000 bales. Yesterday the weather was clear
again, and several buyers appeared in market, though prin
cipally, as we understood, for Middling to Good Middling
description, with which qualities the factors' tables were
not well supplied, as the sampling of the recent receipts has
been interrupted by rainy weather, and the rates demanded
were generally quite full. At the same time the demand
did not jieeui to be of an extensive character, being mostly
for rather limited parcels, and the sales were only about
3200 bales; uiaking a total for tbe three days of 97UO bales,
taken for England, France, Spain, the Continent and the
North. With respect to prices, we still find considerable
irretruhrity. but ou tbe ivhole we sec no sufficient reason to
change the figures given iu our last report, and we repeat
tnetu witnout alteration.
(AsSIUlLAlIXO TO THAT OF LIVtUPOOL.)
Inferior 5 a G
Ordinary to Good Ordinary .. 7 a 8
Low Middling 8 V a 8
Middling y'? a j4
Good Middling lo a lOJf
jiiiauung rair u a 11
(ood Fair nominal.
Good and Fine nominal.
Tobacco faince the Urce sales (mostly Mason county)
noticed in our last report wo a e not advised ot anr trans
actions of importance, tbe only sale of which nc have any
Knowieage Deingy onus., at an average ot ejj cents lb
round. vVeconiinue former quotations until some authen
tic developments on the nart of sellers and purchasers shall
auiuwnze a (mange.
" Choice Selections
sji a 6
6 a C V
W 0 6
s a a
Arrivedsince the 25th instant
14'j hhds. Cleared in the
same time, none. Suk iu warehouse, and on shipboaid
not cleared ou tiiezytn instant ;,74'.i titids.
NEW ORUUNS MARKET.
Fbioav. Dec 2 Corro.v Prices are easier to-day wilh
sales ot wu Dales, tales ion tie wieK a, wo Daiei. Jlia
dling yi cents. Decrease in receipts at all ports 4H.0O0
bales. IkioUoIiee baleso! tue ueeK ll.uouoags, mostly at
11 ayt cents, ciiock on nana .-nt.wu Dag-.
Livkktooi, Nov 15. Since the sailine of the Canada on
the 11th inst, o-jr Cotton market has been exceedingly quiet,
notwithstanding the advices per Asia, since to hand partial
ly confirm the previous reports of a killing rest in thecot-
ton grow ing regions, ine iimitcu wants oi me traae.irom
their reduced consumption, is now tellincrupon the demand.
and speculators, in the uncertainty attending tbe war in the
last, see no inducement u operaic extensively; anu me
American advices which would under other circumstances
have caused so Jie excitement, have only had the effect of
sustaining last Friday s quotations, at wlucli ttic market
The sales lor the three days are estimated at
Dales. Sp AEx. Am'can. llraiil. Sunt. Egypt,
Saturday, 5,000 1,000 4,000 3U0 -00
.Monday, 6,000 1,000 4,b00 1UU 1,WW 100
Tuesdav. 4.000 1.000 8.300 100 500 100
l!ie Import lor ine same time tsaoom i5,uw Daiesau de
In Manchester there is but little business doing; bujers
for exnorts are not operating, and the home trade demand is
on IV JUI ine immeuuie Hums, iiitcaiurnti ucxiiimuw
i . . i i : . l r T I .1 . : . :
The transactions in our cram market have been confined
to the wants of the trade, and prices for both Wheat and
Flour remain the same as on Friday last. Indian Com meets
with little innuirv. excentincr damuired Parcels for feed in 2
purposes. H rtjht, uamlij iV u.
RIVER FALLING 23 INCHES SCANT ON SHOALS.
5 Republic, Clarksville;
5 Monticello, Eddyville;
AUCTION SALE OF REAY-MAI)E
CLOTHING, TUESDAY MORNING, Dec. 6th, 1353.
We will sell without reserveon Tuesday Morning, Cth inst
a large stock of JIE A D Y-MA DE OLOflUXG, compris
ing a general assoitment of
ueaver, uioin and juamtei urer uoais;
Cloth, Cassimere and Satiinett Frock posts;
Cloth Business Coats, fancy colors;
Cassimere, Cloth and Sattinct Pants.
Tweed and Beaverteen do.;
Vests, of all quality, colors and size?;
Merino Pants and Vests of superior quality;
Linen Bosom (white and fancy) Shirts, Ac., Ac.
t3f Sa'e to commence promptly at 91 o'clock
No ringingof bell. DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
TpIl'ORTANT TO LADIES WATEIt FIELD
X A WALKER have just received a beautiful assortment
of line dress Furs, to which tljey would invite the attention
of the Ladies. Their assoitment of Extra Black Lynx Muffs
and Victorincs is very desirable, and of the latest New
York and European designs.
Their stock comprises all the leading styles of the season,
and as they made their purchases late they will sell them at
low and uniform prices.
dcc3 WATERFIELD A WALKER.
rjpiIE II AT THAT TAKES THE LEAD IS
JL the New Winter Style at Waterfield & Walker's.
No Hat vet introdu-ed in the city has ever met with such
great popularity. The Hats they are now manufacturing
are ot the most perfect design, and manufactured from the
best materials, will retain their color through all t e va
rious changes w hich they may be exposed. A new supply
ready to-day at
dec3 WATERFIELD A WALKER'S
ATS AND CAPS FOR IIOYS-WATER-FIELDA
WALKER have the largest assortmeut of
Bovs' and Children's Hats and Caps ever offered in the ci
ty." Many of the styles are entirely new and very desira
ble. Also Men's tine Otter and Seal Fur Caps with silk,
plush and cloth Caps in great variety. Their prices will
be found mail instances moderate and uniform.
WATERFIELD h WALKER,
Hat and Fur Store, No. 20, west side Public Square, next
to Gowdcy s.
f UIRISTMAS V RE S ENTS.
i llavimr iust returned from New 1 ork
and Philadelphia, where I selected and am
.... . ' i . , I-
now recemrg and opening, uie largest anu iiuesiaiov-s.""
rt WATCHES, 'JEWELRY, SILVER SPOONS,
WM'ORKS, PITCHERS, TEA SETTS. AND PLA
(SuifiTEl) WARE: und a variety of FANCY A.N0
USEFUL ARTICLES, suitable for presents, 1 have ever
OFFERED FUR SALE re, Tho LADIES and
GENTLEMEN are respect IftOSi fully invited to call;
being confident they can find GOuuS and PRICES to suit
attheOldStand, No. 15 Public Square.
dec2-lm. W. H. CALHOUN
THE BEST OF BOOTS AND SHOES ABE ALWAYS THE
CHARLES SAVERS, corner of Market and
Union streets, would say to his customers and
the public that he still continues to manufacture all ' U.
kinds or Boots and Shoes at the shortest notice and of good
materials. He has now on hand a large stock of the above
named articles, both heavy and light, of the latest fashion,
of his own make, which lie offers for sale at as low prices
as tbe same qttahtv can be purchased in the city. All he
asks is to give him a call and be convinced that it is to the
interest of trie buver to encourage home industry. He also
makes to order and keeps on hand n superior article of La
dies Shoes, suitable for fall and winter wear.
P. S. Re airing done at the shortest notice and on rea
sonable terms. w o oct4 1 5m
S TORE OYSTERS ONE liUN-,
JJX Until' caus i i J -
;. received this dav by the steam
er U. S. Aid, and will be sold for 25 cents a dozen, or il per
an A. C. CARTER,
n'ovSO 25 and 27 Union st
OLT AND JIALTBV'S CELE-S
BIUTEI) PLANTED BALTIMORE
mvTciij TWmirhtin ice. and for sale at ISO. N.
7 Public Square, between Market and Front AH Oys.ers
otaaiuu, uepot tR, Agent.
"It is ja-rt what is Wanted" So lays Dr. I'eter
Fryer, of Salubria, Chimung county, N. Y and so say all
u. ;::; , T I : ?e 11 enn,f''ge
Mr. iryer says that this excellent medicine has giventhe
greatest satisfaction -u hineighborhood, and" he has ordered
a new and increase I supply."
Mr. AVilliam S. Fancheii of Marengo, Wayne county, N.
uos u.eu .u mcomparoie Vetmifu-e. and found it In
do mi mai u is recommended to be. He favsthat where
hi has sold it, it has, in all cases, been found an eOl-ctual
Mr. O. W. Holloday administered two spoonsful to a son
ot his about seven years of age, winch he has no doubt
brought upwards of 1,000 worms from him, measuring from
one quarter of an inch to two inches in lenjiu
Mr. W. D. Robb. of Tyree Springs, Sumner connty, Tenn.
writes that he could hare sold a very large quantity, if he
could have got it. All, that had tried it, pronounced it the
best they had ever seen. Mr. Robb adds that it is impossi
ble for any one to say too much in favor of M'Lane's Ver
mifuge. Sold wholesale and retail by all the principal druggists
and country merchants throughout the United States.
1 1I il A A .
A Good Egg. j
Columbia, Dec 1852. Db. J. P. Dhoxgoole Sir: Vou
are an entire stranger to me; but jour medicine isa welcome
guest in my family. My wife has been laboring under a
very strange female complaint for the last eighteen months
and it seemed that no medicine had been given her, as her
disease stdl progressed. 1 heard a good deal about your
' i einale Hitters," and I concluded to try them, although my
opposition to such articles. My- wife has consumed nearly
two bottles, and her health has been rapidly improving ever
sinceshe commenced using them. I never saw a medicine
have such a powerful and direct action on the female sys.
tern, in my lif;. I assure you it will do for female complaints.
I would recommend it as a medicine worthy thesuppoitof
the unhealthy females thtoughout the country; and from
what l can learn, it cures everywhere.
Yours, truly, D. R.
For sale iu Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med'
icine Storc,College street, and by Druggists generally.
It. R. It. No. 1. Internal and External Pains.
Radway's Ready Relief will instantly stop and quickly re
move the cause. R. R. R- Diarrhoea, Cholera Morbus.
Radway's Ready Relief will check the most painful dis
charges, and stop the most distre-sing pains in a few min
utes. It allays the most painful irritation. Dy bathing
the head, neck, or face, it refreshes the senses, and imparts
renewed life, strength and vigor to the weak and weary.
The very moment R. R. R. is taken or applied, its magic
like effects are experienced. It instantly allays the mos
painful paroxyisms of Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cramps,
Spasms, Toothache, S ireness in the bones or joints. Pain
and Weakness in the Side, Lumbago, Gout, and Paralysis.
Taken internally, it cleanses tbe stomach from acid, cures
Heart-Burn, and imparts sweet fragrance to the breath.
Persons troubled with Sick-Headache, will receive instant
relief fro i-the ue of R. R. R.
It. It. It. No. 2. Radway's Ready Resolvent makes
tho blood Pure, Rich and Healthy-Renovates, Cleanses and
Enriches the Blood, and resolves away from the joints,
muscles, bones, and solids, all diseased and poisonous de
posits. Cures Ulcers, FeverSores, Dad Humors, So ofula,
Rickets, St. Vitus' D.ince, Syphilitic Complaints, Nodes,
While Swellings, Tumors, Cancers, Bronchial Swellings,
Wounds, Salt Rheum, Mercurial ComplainLs. Itactsquick
and powerfully; in a few hours after taking the Resolvent,
the weak, emaciated and disease-eaten patient feels a
glow of health and strength thrilling through the system.
Price of R. R Resolvent, $1 per bottle.
It. It. It. Wo. 3. Radway's Regulators .do not gripe,
pain, weaken, or sicken the patient. Small doses tegulate.
Urge dose purge. One Regulator will gently evacuate the
bowels and regulate every organ in the system. They act
upon the liver, the stomach, kidneys and bladde". They
cure costiveness, liver complaint, dyspepsia, kidney com
plaints, biliousness, fevers of all kinds. No disease or pain
eanafllict the system while under the influence of R. R. R.
Price of R. R. Relief, 23 els. 50 els. and fl.
" " " Resolvent, fl. - '
" " " Regulators, 25 cfs. per box.
R. R. R. Office, 162 Fulton Street. N. Y.
decl 1m dAw.
Dr. Moire's Invigorating Elixir or Cordinl.
The day has passed when a great remedy could be cried
down by psendo-science. The attempt has been made to
depreciate the merits of the Elixir or Cordial, but in vain.
Dr. Morse has a reputation too high in the scientific world
of both hemispheres to be reached by the carpings of the
invidious. Look at the a'tested cures wrought b this pre
paration. They comprehend dyspepsia, barrenness, every
kind of disease peculiar to females, nervous maladies of all
kinds, liver complaint, chronic aQIictious of tbe stomach
and bowels, general prostration, impotency, incipient para
lysis, hypochondriasis, head-ache, constipation, and innu
merable complaints which it is impassible to specify in an
advertisement. Facts are impregnable, and they are offer
ed in answer to all who doubt the properties of this lead
ing medicine of the nineteenth centurr.
The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, in pint bot
tles. Price three dollars per bottle, two for five dollars, six
for twelve do'lars. C. IL RING, Proprittor,
192, Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United Stales, Canada,
tbe West Indies, and by W. F. GRAY, SOLE AGEXT,
successor to Cartwright A Armstrong, corner of Market
and Broad streeL", Nashville, Tenn. decl Ira dtrwAw.
Delay not; harbor not in yoqr mind that sentence ot
fools' philosophy, that aJuA;will get well of itself, or
that yon pan cpns it witb certain medicines for a few dollars.
Beware how yop tamper with your general welfare.
Ye wild and vicious youths, why will ye persist in dosing
wilh the filthy nauitJting compounlt daily proffered, there
by impairing your appetite and digestion and destroying
you mentally as well as physically, when you can bo cured
with a few doses of pleasant medicines
Ye rakes of every age and conditioo, why will ye suffer
and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for
the enjoyment and even ordinary pursuits of life? You
who are thus annoyed and wish to be restored to health and
vigor by a treatment at once pleasant and eflectual, should
consult Dr. MORRIS. His success in chrniele diseases has
been greater than that of any other physician of his day.
Many who have been for years afflicted with disease or con
sequences resulting from excess have been restored to
health and vigor under his really scientific treatment
Should a personal interview be objectionable, state your
disease in writting enclose five dollars-addrcss Dr. W.
IL MORRIS, through the Post-Ofiicc, Nashville, Tenn., and
a package of medicines, securely put up, will be sent pri
vately and will) dispatch, full directions therewith, and
no gueetioni asliJ.
Persons living at a distance, and afflicted with Scrrula,
Old Ulcers, Tttter Cancers, J'ilei, Fistula in Ano, Grate
Strictures, (Jlets, or any disease whatever of an aggrava
ted or malignant charter, can be cured at home by consult
ing Dr. Moreis, by letter, post paid, enclosing a fet.
Medicines pleasant and safe, can be sent per mail to any
part of the United States.
Partioular attention given to the treatment of female com
plaints. Ladies who may be afflicted with Irregularities,
Flour Alius or Whites, Prolapsus Uteri or Falling cj
the II 'omh, would do well to lay aside all false delicacy
and p-omptly consult the Dr. Cents Waebantko !
Ollice over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedarst.,
near Post Office. Room, No. 14, up stairs. fnov6. tf.
I3ST At the Verandah Hotel, kept by Mrs. En
uoNroo.v and her son-in-law Mr. IUcm-s, there is a gentle
man from Scott County, Ky., who, for ticelee months, suffer
ed greatly from a chronic disease of the stomach and bowels,
which could not be removed by the most approced practice,
respected and continued as it was for the Dcctor's sale.
He had paid his Doctor's Bill, without any calculation of
making another, thnking it was of no use; and no one ex
pressed any hope of his recovery except a stranger, who
happened to pass that way, and advised him to a different
course of treatment, which has this recommendation, that
in Jive iceets time it has made him feel like engaging in
business. But why does he come out of this spell of sick
ness a strung advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union Fills?
Bed use, they ore the principal remedy used in the treat
ment of his exse; and to their eJUtcy he is principally in
debted for his recovery. Should not such cases be publish
ed? If some persons are opposed ta their publication, can
anybody tell us the reason why?
The gentleman above referred to is Euis Sto.ve, a broth
er of Jons' Stone, the clerk at tbe Vxrandak.
Nashville, Oct 19 tf.
Be on yonr Guard. And when you wish to purchase
the most prompt and effectual Cough Remedy ever discover
ed call for Dr. C. Witums' Pulmonic Balsam op Wild
CnxRnr and Wood Naptha; read the advertisement in an
other column; look well to the marks of the genuiue, as
there may be imitations and counterfeits. J5gT Beware 1 as
your life may depend on your caution in this particular.
Dr. .Morse's Invigorating Cordial.
The only inra and safe Remedy, jetdlscorered, for Gens,
al Dflbillty, Pbyiieal Prostration, Irritablllty,andall the ti
ijoai tralnof Nervosa Affections; It will also remove Depres
ton. Excitement, Dislike of Society, Incapacity for Study or
Bnilneu, Lou of Memory, Mental Debility, die., die. See
STEAMIJU K ASHVILL E
THUS. UtLLSNYDEK. Master. This
superior steamer having been thoroughly
g put summer, is now iu comply
ler, and will re,mue her regular trips in th New Ort
! an J a!'I'T'"e 'rade, on the first Kms of water.
... .. it.uc, 1 1 iv ui m i .ft; ti water.
Fnrfreight orpaisjge, having excellent accommodations,
py J. a. McAllister 4 co.,
AT ASirvil.T.r i nimivii t r-
1 and Cincinnati I'uciet. KESCUE. J.: 1a
. Mills. Master. This sulendid new IV-u'
senger steamer has U-en recently pcuchaxsl ft
for the above
iruue, ami win mase regular trips during tbe present sea
son. Any business entrusted to Cupt. Milti, will he care
fully and promptly attended to. A. HAMILTON,
OTEAJIEIt IKOQUOIS, C. PH
O T EltSON, Master. This splendid steam
er, having been tliorcoghlv repaired, will run
rtea rpiniliLr l'nrl..t l...t i..-. i
, , - .' t. . 1 .11. J AUlkAIIU
trw Orleans, and will leave the fitut rise of water.
ra4saKe W o J. & R. YEATM AN.
NEW OBLEANS AND MEMPHIS V. S. MAIL PACKET.
I nr Whim linger steamer,
ter, will run in the above trade this sea
son, leaving Memphis on her Urst trin'on
Saturday, the 2id of October The HILL connects at
Memphis with the Nashville and Memphis U. S. .Mail Pack
ets, and will give through tickets from New Orleans to
The splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
leave Nashville every Wednesday, at C P M, with freight
and passengers for the Hill.
A. HA.UlL,'i-U.N, I
A. L. DAVIS,
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MAIL
FOR MEMPHIS, NEW ORLEANS. ST. A ,CP?H
L0ULS AND LOUISVILLE TRY-Vvr4!c5tl3
WEEKLY. The Splendid New Passenger eZEtaSKSS
Steamers Cittop II t'.vrsvu.E, John Siursov, and Ehdas
st, will leave Nashville every Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day, at 6 o'clock P. JL, connecting at Paducah with the dai
ly Iiouisville and St. Louis U.S. Mail Boats, nnd at Mem
phis with the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, II.
R. W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving through
tickets frum Nashville toeilher of the points above named.
The accommodations of this line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. U DAVIS,
Agents at Nashville.
HEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGTJLAB PAS
TEI.I.E-KEl , PEYTON A. KEY . . E3a
JD Commander. 1 his huge and magnifi-
cent Steamer is now undercointr a thoroimh j..'"
repair at Louisville, and will take her place asaRe'tilart
T T 1 r .1 1 . j . 1 .... . r' .
i ucc iu wo uuove iraue ossoon as mere is smucient water,
and will continue during tho entire season.
In point of speed, comfort and safety, the BELLE-KEY is
unsurpassed on the Western waters; which, with the long
experience of her gentlemanly Commander anil the ac
knowledged business capacity o'f her Clerk (11 r. Lewis North
ern.) enables us confidently to recommend her to the busi
ness and travelling community. Jlr. Northern will give
prompt personal atte ltinn to tillingonlers for Groceries, Ac.
2?" A share 01 patronage is respectfully solicited.
JOHNSON, 110 R.N E A CO.,
ang27 4m Agents.
Nashville, Iioiiisvilli; and Cincinnati Jtc
THE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, . iraa?- ft
STATESMAN. H. G. JIcComas. Master.
JOHN P.TWEED, Dad Millaed, JIaster, e&j-a
will make regular trips in the above trade, leaving Nah
ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Returning, wiil
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, P. JL
The above boats are A No. 1. and are officered br exne-
ri enced business men, ho will be thankful for orders for
merchandise and promise to give satisfaction to all who
may entrust business to their care.
septlT-tf J01INS0.V.2I0RNE A CO.
Nashville nnd Louisville Weekly racket,
AVJI. GAJIVIN. C. T. REEDER. JIaster.
1 1 ""HIS splendid bteamer is neirlv com- r
JL Dieted, and will beat Nashville the first
rise of the river. She will carry 4)0 tons
and her accommodations for passensrers are unuoualed by
any boat of hr dimensions. She will be commindedby
Capt C. T. REEDER, long and favorably known to our
community, and the Cumberland river trade, generally.
She will make regular weekly trips, leaving Louisville on
TUESDAY'S and Nashville bn FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock,
P JL At the former place uassensrers will find various
Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey them to any point 1
01 ucsiination uiey may aesire, vie 1 lie 01 a established line
to Cincinnati; Union line to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Lou
isville line; Jefferson Railroad, Ac, Ac All offordingthe
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
All orders will be filled as low as at Cincinnati.
iPS1" I'or Freight or Passage, applv to
sep40-tf HENRY T.'YEATJIAN, Agent
CJTEA3IEUE. 1IOWAIID.-R.Y. , pS
O NoimiLON, JIaster. This splendid Mfj
steamer U now in fine order and will run as ' - -s.'.' -
a regular packet during the sexson between ibis port ami
New Orleans. She will leave on the first rise of water.
For fre-ght or passage apply to
nov9 "J.AR. YEATM V, Agents.
Saint Louis and Nashville Semi-Weekly Steam
ALEONIA Capt. Jauib .Miller.
SALLIE WEST Capt. J. V. Throop.
r I utr. atxivc snienuid steamers will com- .fyrpr"
JL mence their regular tripj on the first Ubfvi
: 1 1 !:. '.. .1 : : 1 1
the trade during the season, leaving Nashville and St lxiuis
every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 P. JL For freight or pas
sage, having unsurj assed accommodations, apply to
nov6 b A II A JI I LTON, Agent
lisciu vuiiiuvi laiiu i.ici, uiiu tuiiviiiue ill
THE A3IEIUCA. THIS FA
vorite Passenger and Freight steamer,
now at Smithland, has been thoroiichlv re
paired the past summer, aud will resume her regular trips
under the command of Capt. Jcrse Jounson, between this
port and New Orleans, on the first rise of water, and con
tinue uctil the season is closed. For freight or pasace ap
ply to JOHNSON A WEAVER,
JIUI.ES IIEEF AND PORK.
Forsae 100 like v JlULES. Sand ,
years old; 35 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fed,)
and 100 PORK HOGS. Persons wishing to purchase can
see meat my residence in Bedford county, 10 miles South
west of Shelbyville, or address me by letter at Richmond
Post Office nov.is-tf. JL P. GENTRY.
WW. FINN'S WALL
. PAPER STORE. No. 41,
Market Street, between Union anil
the Square. Several new and beau-
tiiul designs of Decorative Paunelling and Senna Maible
Paper, just received. A great variety of Gold and Velvet
Papers on hand, and cheap Wall Paper of every description.
HfPaper Hanging promp.ly attended to and well done.
novl" JIarket street, between Union and the Sqnare.
FOR SALE. Consisting of Men, Women, l!oy,Qr
and Girls, among whom are several superior house. fi
servants. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to call
and examine, as we are determined to sell low for cash.
novl6 DAUBS A PORTER. No. S3, Cedarst.
N. B. Also, a first rate Ilr use Carpenter.
OFFICE OF NASHVILLE GAS LIGHT CO.. T
NoTKunsK, 4, 1853. )
A DIVIDEND of 8 per cent for the last twelve months
4 per share has been this day declared on the cap
ital stock of the Nashville Gas Light Company, payable on
the 4th of January next time being allowed to enable such
Stockholders as may hold fractions of Shares to consolidate
novS 1m Secretary.
JLl An elect i(
ion of Fifteen Directors to manage
ine auairs 01 me .tauriue ana unaiianooga lun
road Company for the next year will take place at Jlurfrees
boro', 011 the 14th oflleceinber, and tbe report of the state of
the affairs of the Company will be read as usual. Stock
holders will be taken on ths road to hear the report read on
the 14th, and back home on the 14th or 1.1th, or over the
whole road and back on tho same day, as they may prefer,
free cf cLarge. They will be required to show their stock
cortificate to the Conductor as evidence of tbe'r right to go
free on the cars,
J2? Parties travelling under this privilege mast have
owned their stock thirty days or more.
W. A. OLEAVES, Secretary
nov24 td NAG Railroad Company.
R oTiert ' iMOoTnj,coS3iTssT6JilJiu
CHANT, Cincinnati, 0 Agent for the purchase aud
saleol Lard and Linseed Oil, Star Candles, Cheese. CIov r
and Timothy Seed, Superfine Flour, Buckwheat Flour. Ac ,
hopes from long acquaintance with the wants of Nashvi.Ie
Jlerchants. fo fill their orders satisfactorily. 57" Prompt
ness and small profits.! no17 3w
PLOWS I PLOWS I I
THE Southern States that have so long QX.,
depended on Pittsburg aud Cincin-
nati for-a supply of Plows. Vt aeons and
other Farming implements can now get all they want at the
Agricultural JIanu actory, on JIarket street, Nashville,
Tenn. We would call the attention of Planters and Jler
chants particularly to our very large stock ot Plows, con
sisting of a great many of the mist improveJ kinds now
in use, and at as low prices as they can be brought here
from other places At the same pUce may be found all
kinds of Wagons, Railroad Carts. Wheel Barrows and Rail
road Plows, Cultivators and Harrows. Those wishing
Plows sent can order them direct from me or from most of
the princpal dealers in such things in Nashville, as thy
keep them of our manufacture. GEO. C ALLEN', Pres t
of Aericultiira! JIanufacturinj
Company, Lower JIarket
street. Nashville, Tenn.
G1A Ann 1 wish to purchase
n5lUVUU S10.000 Stock iu the Wire Suspension
Bridge, at par. payable in Merchandise at cash prices.
nnvl9 3m R. IL II ROCK WAY. No.7l I'ubl ic Square.
GUJIRERLAND COAL. The undersigned has
at his yard, ou College street, oposite Capt 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 cill and try this coal. JAMES HUGHES.
Having Wagons and Teams, I am at all times pre
pared to furnish my old customers and friends wilh Sand
and Gravel, or to do any hauling that may be required.
Nashville. October 20, 1853 J. II-
BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT I The subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing for Boys from 4 tol6 ever offered for sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing filled at the short
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if they do not suit
6 6 h F. A. 1I0YT A BR0.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia.
April 6.1853 ly
FOR RENT FOR THE EXT YEAR. AgA
the Third Story, Rooms suited for Offices or bed JL
rooms on the second floor, and shops and offices on ti
ground floor of the Union Buildings on the corner of Cedar
and Cherry streets, opposite the Post Office. Apply to
novlS-tf sTp. A ALISON, No. 61 Chetry st
No, 7, North. College Street,
VV . . rL'Pc,,nl'.v inform Druggists,
j i x-uymcians ana Manufacturers, that
uam cuuiuienceti uie urw
hluTr.psM in tl?i npir finiMIncr
on College, near Church street, and intend coDtiningthem
selvestothe WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock lit near
ly niueiy a Iresli one, and they are determined to make
both the prices and qualities satisfactory. They offer for
sale low for cash or on lime to punctual men
640 gallons best Wiuter Sperm Oil;
800 Tanners' Oil;
1005 pounds Indigo, of prime quality:
1438 do Madder. -
do Extract of Logwood in small boxes;
Muriate of Tin; -'i.st
Refined Sal pet re;
Gum Camphor; " '
Sup. Carb. Soda; '
90 Gro. Jl'Lane s Vermifuire:
10 do Jl'tane's Liver Pitts; '
20 do Fahnestock's Vermifuge; '
lOOdoz. Mustang Liniment;
100 Gro. wood box Jlatches;
8S0 dor. Mason's Blacking
290 m. O. D. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead drv:
wwv w l? una Mil (In-
9WJ uo Ainaree:
1600 do Enir. Yt-nt;r
200 bush. Kentucky Blue Gru'ss Seed;
, ouuu, m paccages; .
.. . n do inbott!e:
iL1"- , " tnjarsandbbls; '
!SO0 boxes Window Glass-aborted;
400O lbs. Puttv;
180 pounds l'earl Sae
110 do Tapioca: '
650 do Gum Arabic;
J-6 doz. Cod L'ver Od-Rushton, Clarke A Co's;
60 do Seidlet s Powders, in tin boxes
85 do Soda; "
60 pounds Calomel, English and American
10 do Hydriodate of Potash;
213 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
66 do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron;
SchsefTelin.s Extra Powders aud Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of various styles;
Physicians' Pocket Cases of Vials a large varity;
Amputating, Dissecilng, Lythotomy, Trepanning and
Jlidirife Instruments, in cases; ;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sixes.
X5T Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng. Flaxseed, Ac, taken
at the highest market rates. octlS if
INC WHITE I'AINT.-ou ke received and lor
sale low. This article is said to be much surerior to
While Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in exioscd
situations, and all the purposes to which the latter is applied
and costs but little more. It is coming largely into use in
the eastern cities. oct2.) EWIN BROTHERS.
f OLD LEAF AND I'OIL lo ounces Abbey's
Of best f.uld Leaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received
and for sale low by
LADIES ATTEND. FRANCISCO Ac WHIT
MAN'S, No. 2 i Public Square, is the place therecaa
be hsd at the lowest prices a beautiful sett of Furs, which,
forquality and style, have received ire higbet praise from
the best judges. We therefore advise all Ladies who de
sire t i secure a bargain in a beautiful sett of Lynx, Badger.
Rock Stone, Martin, or Fitch Furs, had betier improve the
opjiottunity und coll soon.
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
nov26 Furriers. No. S3 Public Snuare.
TATE WOULD INVITE THE ATTKVTinv
V of our readers to the large and superior sticks of
ri ITS . . 1. 1 . e. .1 ... ... . ..... . .
i.w.t suimuic lur uie season, wmcn ka. tlatU &
WIIITJIAN, No. 23, Public Square, has now on hand.
1 uey are moaeij 01 neatness, and elegance, and worthy the
notice of every gentleman who wishes a comfortable and
ngni iiai. iliey also have a fine assortment of solt
liars, isovs, umidren and Inftnts Cans.
Purchasers may rest assured th.it FRANTIm A
WHITMAN'S Goods tire the very best that cm be obtained
in tne city. FRANCISCO A WIIITJIAN,
nov6 Fashionable Hatters. No. 23 Public Souare.
1) ARENTS AND G UARDIANS Are lnviieTtH
. pall and examine llin beautiful assortment of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Cans of Uie latest anil most
approved styles, which are for sale at the splendid hat es-
lauiisiuuem 01 ruA.UlSUUA WHITMAN
oct29 No. 2 5. Puhlic Soiian.
THE METROPOLITAN HAT. Those persons
who wish a neat and comfortable business nat, would
do well to call and examine those beautiful new styles that
we have just received. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
oc'2" 28. I'ublic Square.
Importers and Dealers in Havana Cigars, To
bacco, and all kinds oT Foreign Wiues,
No. 19 Cedar Street, Nashville.
Conntry orders respectfully solicited and punctually at
17IG CHEWING TOUHCCO THIS TO II AC
. co is fir superior to any other now in use. being of the
purest xiiid, without any mixture or adulteration, it isa new
article in tbe Southern country, and only wants a trial to
ma.e it become universally used. 1 be only place 1 1 can be
found in Nashville is at
LYONS A CO,
BRANDIES, WINI-S, 4c ALSO JUST RE
ceived several Quarter and Eighth casks ol the purest
French Brandies, ines and Liquors of all descriptions.
We have also ju-t received a few cases of the celebrated
Scheidham Schnaps. We respectfully inrite the inspec
tion of country and city dealers. LYONS A CO.,
nov!3 No. 19. Cedarst
tine and laree an assortment of HAVANA CIGARS
as has ever been in Nashv.Ile. Picas--call and examine
for yourselves, for sale either wholesale or retail at
novl?. LYONS A CO.. 19 Cedar st
RENT THE HANDSOMEST
JD STORK HOLSE
IN NASHVILLE For Itent bli
the enduing year, a large, new, conren ent &TORE -B.1-H
OUSE, in the most desirable part of tbe city for business.
It consists of three Stories and Cellar, each "170 feet deep
by 20 wide, with a good stairca'e from the street to the 2d
and 3d stories, each floor lias a lodging room connected
All fitted for Gas, Water and other conveniences. Ad
dress W. A. UCHBAUJI,
dec2 ItawSw. Nashville, Tenn.
COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
We are now oilerine for sale, that beautiful Coun
try Residence of Jlr. S. J. Carter, situated on the Jlur-
freesboro tumpHe about 3 miles from Nashville. It con
tains about 60 acres, one liali in a high stale of cultivation,
the residue heavily timbered; Hire never fading springs,
from one of which the water is carried to the dwelling; an
extensive orcnard containing a great variety of the very best
fruit in nil this cojntrv. Dwelling commodious wilh ne
cessary out buildings. This is one of the handsomest places
in the neighborhood of Nashville, and will be sold ut a bar
gain. We will show tl-e premises at any time to anyone
desirous of examining the same
LINPSLEY A CROCKETT,
decl lm No-33 Colleges!.
I7RESII OYSTERS. 300 CANS AND 30
; Kegs Baltimore Oysters, just received and for sale by
nov2V. GEORGE GRtjlG.
YVUED "EEF.-A S.UALL LOT D 1(1 ED
"Beef of extra quality.
Received and for sale by
JL Pine Apples in glass j irs.
Just received and tor sale
25 DOZEN FRESH
1 Peaches in glass and
in tin Canute's Hermetically
scaled, r or sale by
GhORGE GREIG. '
17RENCII UIl.VNDIES AND WINES ON
" hand and Tor sale ai: assortment of line Brandies and
WiLes. of every variety, which f.r quality is warranted
equal to any offered in market and sold vt holesale or retail
at the former low price by no2tt GEO. GREIG.
O" "LD BOURHON WHlSKYCriJW I8LS.
ot extra quality Bnurbnu Whisky. Just received aud
foi sale by inovi'.i.1 GEORGE GREIG.
RUSH TEAS. J IJST RECEIVED A FULL
assortment rt extra fine Black and Green Teas, war
ranted superior bv hot!.1 GEORGE GREIG
llGARS.-ON Ili.ND AND FOR SALE A
) choice selection Havauiu and Principi Cigars by
TATCIItS.- 200 GROSS
1U.CE1VED aud for sateby
nov2sJ GEO. GREIG.
TpOR SALE A LIKELY NEGRO WO. MAN,
JD 2-1 )earso.d, and Child 8 mouths old -well recoxi
mendedasa s ipcrior House ser'ant low for cash. Ap
ply at the Sequoyah Hotel, orto
nov30 DAB11S A PORTER, S3 Cedarjt
LIQUORS ICO bbU Star Whisky;
100 bbU Old Bourbon, Jlonongafiela, and old Rye do;
10O eighth pipes Cnampaigne Brandy, sup. article;
50 casks Jlalaic-i W.re. Forsaleby
sent24 - GORDON A CO.
I70R SALE 20
in Ewen's plan of Lots in South Nashville.
iv. I.tlTS will be sold on acredit of 1, 2, 3. 4,and
For lurtber p-rticulars apply to
n 4k n.uibu ti i.
a Gen 1
Hudsick A Cj.'s Champagne, a direct importation,
and the best brand ever brought to ttiis market
ceived and lor sale Dy
dec2 HART A nOLLINGSWORTIL
t ENTS' FIX it WINTER HOOTS AND
Super French Calf Stitched Doubled Soled Boots;
" " ' Sewed Waterjroof do;
.i .. pump Stitched Dress do;
" " " Extra Fine peg'd do do;
" - " Oxford Ties and Dress Shoes;
" " Waterprof do and Brogans;
A Urge assortment, from the real Philadelphia manfao-
tures. Just received UAMAUU&UilUltUU,
T AN AWAY FJIOJI THK SOJaClC-
JL. bcr, WILY, alight colored boy, about thirty,
five years of age, he is about five leet eleven inches
hiffh thin Ti'ssirt a-illow. nm look.
1 will give $25 reward, if secured in any jail is this stato
or fifty in any out of the State. '
novl8 lmw W.E. GOODRICH.
; THE NASHVILLE MAKtrf ACTTlUNtr COJCWLHl"
THIS estabSshment is rov provide! with JlacKInery a is I
Tools, complete, of themes modern construction; als
with the best Mechanical skill that tbe country affords, owl
respectfully solicit orders. They are prepared to execute as
Such as Locomctices for Passenger and Freight Trains.
Passenger, Freight, and Repair Cits completed, and aimof .
every description of wort appertaining to tail Heads.
IJoot and stationary from 3 to 500 horse-power with,
boilers of the best Ttnntan iron.
, . , SAW MILLS.
.Machinery complete for fitting np Sash or Circrlir Saws
cemplete, with tbe newest and most approved modes.
Engine and Machinery made for ali sires, complete; Irs
getlwr with JIachinery forSugar Mitts and Cotton Gtns; al
so Jiachinery for Blast Furnaces, embracing Oistlnm. CyU
uuUrt fur blast, Ac
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for Roll
ing JI1IL1 complete mado at shortest notice.
BRASS AND IRONCAST1NO.
Of any description, with sliafling, milt gearing water
wneets. cast iron Bank vaults. Ac, Ac., made to order.
Address JouxTuovrsojt. Agent, i who is a practcal ma-
visy or me undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON,
CURES FOR C HILLS VND FEYERSYEAK
NESS, DERILITY, &e.
Osoood's CnoLACoccc, J. ncanJ,
IhvtetA Gnpt-'rCi Tomes, RichardsonV ShetTT Wine,
JlodattV, Spencer's, UoofUnd's ami Ditmgool's BrrT ks:
Safiington William' Astn and Ftym Pills.
REMEDIES FOR COLDS, COUGHS, BRON
XVUtars, Wmimn, Ihethfs rf- Afrn' Rilsara of Wild
Cherry, Tarand Wood Naptha, Expectorants, Cough Bal
sams, Syrups, Ac.
FOR PAINS, BRUISES, RHEUMATISM, &c.
Arabian and Mustang Linemeats,
J)avis' Pain Killer, Celestial Balm.
Bulls' Sarsuparilla prepared, itc. By T WEELS.
oct1? Market opposite Union St, Nashvills
1)ERFUMERY in great vanetv, kept constantly on
hand and for sale at the lowest prices.
Fine Toilet nnd. Shaving Sonps.
210 Doz well assorted Toilet Soaps;
Fine Siting Creams and Snips.
FOR T11K TXSTX.
Odrnitint and Caremi 7i4h Putlr;
Chlorine and Oris Toth Washes;
RovsseCs Jite TmiA Pe4rs;
. Tooth-ache Drops assorted.
T?..;i..r. 1 ! trv tra
QUIMN'E. MiHphin, ChkireforiH. Pepsin. Cb- Xisor
", Striehnifie, Hvd. Potjssae, fotliiie. Nitrate Silver,
Stied PvaJrsf Opnm, JpecamuHusk, tM-ey- ti, ICkatarb,
Scamstty, Jrfjf pp, lUjjbet ry. Golden .V,' ', if- -.
Received by T. WELLS,
octei JIarket Scx-et
WALL I'APUIl." '
5,450 J!oUsJint Otad j"arhr aJ Jitll Paptrt,
L'kntp UugLtznl Papers, veil asmrUi.
JJordering and Curtain amd Tttr Papers, assor'ej.
For sale unusuaHy Chea bv T. Wl LLS.
FINK WINES, It RANDIES, Ace, Ac
Champaigne, Otard Dupey. Duper Signett, French, Peach
and American Itraadtes; Mmler-t, Port. Pale Sierry, Ctjret
and JIucatel Wines, LouJva Pirtr. dr. Recctvet. ly
octs T. WELLS', Market Street
ARTIST'S COLORS, Ac.
Oil CoJors in Seubie tubes,
Sable. Camel's a lir and Bristle Brushes.
Palette Knives, Varnishes, drying oil, Ac,
Wa'er coli.r paint boxes, assorted.
Daguerreotype Paint bes,
do. materials atserted.
Received and fer sale low bv T. WELLS.
octs JIarket Street
" JlAllOtiASV, Ac, .VcT"
Fine crotch and shade Veneers,
Oak Veneers, ifmldm-;
Bureau Knobs, Sand Paer.
Offered low by oeW T. WELLS.
"COACH VARNISHES, ASSORTED.
PAINTS. AND OILS, all lands.
GLASS AND GLASSWARE.
ItKCsnfS or all sours,
Drs Stuffs or evukt VAttir.rr.
MEDICINE CHESTS, Ac
A vsorfed Jledicine Chests. Medical Suddletags, Surgeons
pocket instruments, rnyicwns roctec Lutes cj ttcu.
Couching. Cupping, Amputating. Ear and Eve Instruments
Jfedmal , Horse aad Spring Laneets. Scarificator.
1 1 T It IT I - . . I -7-f ,
aiicroscopes, ir vinys, jiyurumiwrm hhi a n. -uyrnstsrs.
received and for sale by T. WELLS,
Sign of the JIan and Mcrtar. on JIarket, opposite
nov33 triwlm Union street, Nashr.Ue.
r REAT RAK:iIN.S IN FURNISHING
JT GOODS ATMiERS A JIcGILL'S. As we intend to
move to ournew store on the first sf January next and -n
order to make room for onr Spring Supply we w 11 sell oar
present stock at greitly red nerd prices, lolly twenty-CreW
cent lower tlian usual rates. Onr stcek cot.shts in part of -
Patent Shoulder beam Shirts every yanety.
Cashmere Underskirts, '
Jlerino do " "
Silk do "
Cotton do " "
Canton Fkpne! do " '
Jlerino Drawers, " "
Cashmere d "
Oitton de ' "
Kobede Chambre, " "
Glove. " "
Handkerchiefs, " "
Scar's, " "
TJmbrellos, " "
P.rfuraery, " "
Work Boxes. "
And many thr r a.-tclcs too nnmerous to ment.on. bnt
we would respectfully s licit all in want ot S3ch tlungs to
call and examine oar stocc.
JIYKRS A JfcOILL.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 56 College
tmiii iiiiiMiiii iivk ii-K. i rri'm Nfj
JL STOKIi Cedar street near the Post Oihce, Nsshvilie,
Tennesnee. W isf ectfully call the attention of Gentle-
ui,. n.. iti ilil v . I ntit.n IiunrrnlM tlinn list h rm trfnrm
been riiargeu or similar esuoiisnmeois. ine senior part
ner, (Mr. It. D.Clifton. residing and remaining continually
in Philadelphia,) liaviog been for many year eng-g-d ta
we are returning to the bene tit ot onr customers. v to tbial
arnmgement, and the one price principle, we flatter our-
selves that we shall be able to give satisfaction to all who!
may favor us with teeir mlrrnage. I
-t7 .linking to Order -We hare incut employ one
of the must exiienenceu au superior cutlers tn Ine L n.tetl
States, and will warrant our wore u give entire latufacticnJ
Onr stock of Goods on hand is large and bcaut ful, ccm-l
prising all the latest stiles offabnes introduced. GentliH
men will please call and examine our stock,
nort CLIFTON A BB0TT
1 " II E 1 1 31 ATLS J! . " R 1 1 E L .11 ATISM
Xi te cured, either inflammatory, (acu.o) or chror- s.
matter what lorm of the disease, Iiow bad or how loni
standi g,ur tne use ot .nm ccicurauu ege tame iniernsl
remedy, Jlorlimore s nneumauc iompouna ana xiioorl
Purifier." For sal bv the only Agent, in Nashv die,
novl'J II O. SCOVFL.
I ) ICICLES, PIESERES, ETC.-jl) llOZI
i assorted Pickles. luu kess Pickled Ovsters.
Iu dox. " Preserves, 20 dux. cans Spiced O-stenj
10 dox. " Jellys, M uoz. cans rresti or lers,
20 dox. " Peper Sauce, 20 dox, cans Fresh Peaches.
Received to-day bv norlT It A J NIXON
A NTI-PATENT MEDICINE 1IOISE. Wrt
2l resi.ecifuHy beg leare to rane known to the rubltl
that we harp dwt ied from our Drag Store all laieti
and Proprietory Medicines, and benctSirth will cot ergagl
in the sale of tliem. far wimi win ut .-tea
to the preparation and sale tf Legitimate Jledicines, whicl
we will warrant lo be ot tbe purest quality.
!ruutr aUeoiion mven to fillim; Bills and Preserirj
tior s. Our rti will be fuund to be as low as the Ion es g
as we are determined not to w undersold by any in tbl
market e keep no clerks in our employ cut these eJ
penenced in tne Duainess.
In conhmialiou ot tto above tacts, all sr invited to cm
and see for themselves. S1RBTCII A ORB,
Wholesale and Retail Drugaists,
corner College anl
Union streets, Nashville.
A LARGE St PPL I
V of Window Gla cf the best inmliir, justre.-rr.
and for sale by
CEMENT FOR CHINA, ULA.vS, Ii.UII
EN, Stone and Marble Ware, warranted to stand bt
ing hot water, and the parts remain as strong as they we
before broken. Forsule only by
nov2f STRETCH A ORO.
TTOR SALE T W ENT x-FI YE AIRES 1
X LAND, nme miles from Nashville, in Diatnci No- 8, w
immediately on the Ijbrrty road, one mils from tbe Fraj
lin Pike end about ihree bundled yards from the Ori
and Winsted Pike.
novafi Jt. A. BALLOWK. General Agent
SUMNER MVNUFACTirulNK COMPAN
-T-MTSRAN. MORGAN ACO.Airentsfortliefaletjf C
If manufactured br the above tympany, have la Stoi
4-i UROWN StlKETIJJGS;
7-8 WHITE JEANS;
7-8 do LINSEY;
which tber wilt sell upon favorable teirus, and iny.ia th
ten tion of the trade and plaoiers.
D DNC.VN, JI0RG IV i CO.
novlO tf No. 70 and 71 Pnh! g Squ
"TUST RECEIVED, li V T1IKL1UU1 1IU
r I steamers, a lot ol Jotin talkers Ale. ror sale u
J. G. ACROBERTSi
TTRESH JCASINS. SO RONES a It R.VSI
A.' 60 X boxes M K Rasms; ft il ,i
Kc ceiled this day