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FltlPAY MORNING, DEC. 18, 1833-
. RAILROAD ELECTION.
I Attliomeclingof the stbekholders of theNa-i,.
TvMc and Chattanooga railroad at Murfrcesboro on
IT- .1 1 . 1 ... .
euuwuay, me old board of directors was
elected by the following very decisive vote:
For the old board.
For a new board.
-Mai. lor old board, - 4041
or nearly four to one.
Andjrajends the contest '
iueoiiowing are 'the names of the old
board, elected by his large maioritv:
V. K. Bievenson, Alex. Allison, John 1L Bass,
leremian Cleveland, P. S. Decherd, F. B. Fogg,
Lewis Garner, Samuel D. Morgan, John T. Neil,
ii.wing, J.B.KnowIes, A.M. Butlcdge, IV.
spence, alios. Powers, James A. Whiteside. .
The "new board" was made up partly of the old
board, and partly of very worthy citizens, who
would have made excellent directors, bad a change;;
Decn deemed necessary.
The river is still receding slowly with "only
two feet on the shoals. Weather cloudy and" there
13 row, a prospect for ram. Cape May left yester
J-EcnntE. It will be recollected that ifr. Tan
Zandt delivers his lecture to-night on the "Rise and
Progress of American Liberty." This lecture will
be delivered at the hall of the Nashville Inn, in
consequence of the other halls in the city being en
SENATE moesiko session.
TnuRSDAv. Dec. 15.
Ifr.. Benton presented a petition from the trustees
01 iietliel Uillege, relative to the sale of spiritous
uquors. neierreu to tne j uuiciary uommittee.
ilr. Perkins introduced a bill to amend the
charter of the Tennessee and Alabama Piailroad
Ir. Farquiursox: a bill to encourage education ;
Mr. NoRTnctrrn a bill to authorize the election
of a magistrate in the town of Tullahoma; which
puis severally passed ine nrst reading, and th ono
introduced by Mr. Farquharson was made the
special order for the 10th January.
The Senate resumed the consideration of the
bill to ascertain the will of the neonlo of Tennes
see relative to the restraint of the sale of spiritous
Messrs. Robertson and Reid addressed the Sen
ate in lengthy and able speeches in favor of the
Mr. Farquiursox, after remarking that "prohi
bition" meant different tilings when urged by differ
ent men, moved mat tiie bill bo recommitted to
the committee, with instructions to rcDort a bilL
embracing, in detail, the terms and provisions of
me pronioitory law which they desire to have sub
milted to the people.
Mr. Nelson called for the prerious question; but
the Senate took a recess before the question was
HOUSE Mormxg Session.
Thursday; Dec. 15.
The House met pursuant to adjournment,
Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Wharton. '
Mr. Odell introduced a resolution declaratory and
recommendatory; rule suspended and the whole
subject laid on the table.
On motion of Mr. Buford the proviso to tho rule
was suspended, and tho vote making the Omnibus
Bill the special orderof the day for the lCth of Jan
uary was - reconsidered and tho bill placed on
the calander as before.
Mr. Odell introduced a bill to bring the election of
Clerks and Masters of the Chancery Courts before
the people; read, and on motion of Mr. McKnight
it was indefinitely postponed. The House believing
it to be unconstitutional.
Mr. Ciiowxino introduced a bill for the relief of
purchasers of school lands; read first time, passed
Mr. Odell introduced a bill to amend an act en
titled an act to incorporate the Taylorsville Turn
pike Company, and for other purposes; read first
time and passed.
Jlr. (Jnow.vixo introduced a bill to prescribe the
duty of the courts in certain cases; read first time,
passed and referred.
Mr. Bailet introduced a bill to amend an act en
titled an act to establish a system of internal im
provements in this State; read first time, passed and
referred to the committee on Internal Improve
ments, and 75 copies ordered to be printed.
- Mr. Smith, of Davidson, introduced a bill to in
corporate the Spring Street Bridge company; read
first time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Broylcs the House took up the
bill proposing State aid to the Waynesboro and
Savannah read, and Mr. Phillips offered
an amenment to extend the same aid on the same
terms to another Turnpike, which wa3 ruled out of
order under a rule of the House which declares that
no amendment in the character of a rider should
be offered on the third reading. Mr. Buford moved
to sujpend the aforesaid rule. Mr. Broyles moved
to lay the motion on tho table; which was agreed
to, and the question was taken on the pasage of tho
bill, and it was passed. Ayes, 37; noes, 34.
Mr. RicnARDsoN moved to take up the motion to
reconsider the-vote rejecting the bill providing for
the appointment of one revenue Commissioner in
each countyjwhich was agreed to, and the vote re
considered; and without turtlier action, on motion,
the House adjourned until 2 o'clock, P. M.
HOUSE Evickisq Htssiox.
The House met pursuant to adjournment and
preceded to the consideration of the unfinislied
business of tho forenoon being the bill providing
for one revenue Commissioner in each county; the
immediate question being on an amendment pro
jiosed by the committee, the effect of which was to
make Justices of the Peace ineligable to the office.
Theamcndment was rejected, and the bill was put
upon its passage and rejected.
The House then took up the unfinished business
of yesterday was the consideration of a bill pro
posing that the State should endorse the bonds of
the Nashville and Chatanooga Railroad to the
amount of $050,000 on certain conditions. The
first question was upon striking out tho second sec
tion of the bill, as recommended by the Committee,
which was done,
Mr. Wisener then made a speech explaining the
object of the bill and urging its passage and Mr.
Brown, of Monroe, made a speech against the pas
sago of the bill, Mr. Harris offered an amendment,
providing $2,000, more per mile for the Tennes
see and Virginia Road. Pending this question the
House on motion adjourned until o'clock to
A severe instance of the use of the term 'humbug'
occurred in a Court of Justice. A female in giving
her evidence repeatedly used this term. In her
severe cross examination the counsel (a very plain,
if not very ugly person) observed she had fre
quently used the term humbug, and desired to
know what she meant by it, and to havo an ex
planation, to which she replied: 'Why, sir, if I
was to say you were a very handsome man. would
you not think I was humbugging you?' The coun
sel set down perfectly satisfied.
When lovely woman veils her bosom
With muslin fashionable thin.
What man with eyes, could ever refuse 'cm
From causuallr" peering in?
And when his ardent pazeretuminp,
The dry poods heated to deep drawn sighs,
Would not hii finger-ends be burning
To press his hat down o'er his eves?
TiuoTnr Scwocs, of Scniggsiille.
An Irishman, seeing an acquaintance reading, ex
claimed, 'Arrah, honey! and whose the arther of
that work?' 'Faith, my jewel, an how can I tell
that same?' 'Why, my dear, look to the ind on't,
sn'ye'll sec that' Tis Finis;' rejoined the other.
'A clever fellow, that said Finis; why he's the
arther of every book.'
A late Dublin paper contains tho following ad
vertisement : To Let. The upper part of a cellar
to a small family, rent low. F. S. Privilege on
the sidewalk for a pig.
Every young man that wears a Byron collar is
riot a poet; neither is every man a musician because
lie carries a drum in his ear. These facts are worth
The man who played at once on tho trump of fame 1
and the horn ol dilemma, got ins tirst idea 01 music
on hearing a haycock crow, while ho was tying a
knot in a cord of wood.
Mrs. Partington recently crossed tho East Ri ver
in a storm, which caused her to feel very qualmish.
In describing it she said it was a very sic transit.
Since the new divorce bill went into operation in
Ohio, marriages are placed under the head of "'limi
k J&--1 , - inn -tawtr v--i.i.n . -..HI . wq.-attaf.. ynj-g-J. mm m T 1 ,. r ti Hiu n a-iiii 11 .If u HAU..SL.. .? .. m ' ' JJSis'.: ---.1..?.' . ' SSSZ". ! Tt'f ' ' TL ' "" ,', "' - " ' mmmammmmm'',4
Testimony in Favor of Dr. ill'Lanc's Liver
Pills. It would be easy to fill a volume with certificates"
of the excellence of this medicine. Wherever it has had a.
trial, u has made itself popular. We bavein our possession
hundreds of orders like the following:
VAErsBuitan, N. 1., Dec 10, 1550.
Messrs. Kidd A Co Your travelling agent left with me,
a. abort time since, a quantity of M'Laue's Liver Hlls. Tlie
whole lot sold very rapidly, and given the highest satisfac
tion. Indeed, it is considered the best medirinp nrth tin,!
ever offered for sale. Please send me another supply as
a , , , , , , , V. H. AINSWORTIL
Sold wholesale and retail byall theprincipal dru--ists
and country merchants throughout the United States.
JR. JR. It. JVo. 1. Internal and External Pains. .
Radway3 Keady Belief will instantly stop and quickly re
move the cause. It. R. K. Diarrhoea, Cholera Morbus.
Radway's Ready Relief will check the most-painful dis
cbarges.-and stop the most distressing pains in a few min
utes. It allays the most painful irritations. By- bathing
tbe head, neck, or face, it refreshes the senses, and imparts-i
renewed life, strength and vigor to the weak arid wesrv.i
The very moment B. B. E, U taken or applied, its magic-
W effects are experienced. It instantly allays the mos
pamlul paroxyisms of Neuralgia, Rheumatism,' Cramps,
Spasms, Toothache, Soreness in the bones or joints, Pain
ana tt easiness in the Side, Lumbago, Gout, and Paralysis
' Taken internall li cleanses the stomach irom acid, cures
Heart-Burn, and Imparts sweet fragrance to the breath,
Persons troubled with Sick-Headache, will receive instant
relief fror. the use of R. R. R.
It. It. It. No. 2. Radn-ay's Ready Resolvent makes
the blood Pure, Rich and Heallhy-Renovates, Cleanses and
Lunches the Wood, and resolves away from the joints.
muscles, bones, and solids, all diseased and poisonous de
posits. Lures Ulcers, r ever Sores, Bad numors. Sciofula.
Rickets, St Vitus' Dance, Syphilitic Comnlaints. Nodes.
1TM.:i C" ii! m . '
mine owciungs, iumors, i;aneers, Jlronchial Swellings.
n ounus, ami nneum, Mercurial Complaints. It acts quick
anu povrcnully; in a few hours after faking the Resolvent,
me wea, emaciated and disease-eaten natient feels a
glow of health and strength thrilling through the system.
Price of R. R. Resolvent, $1 per bottle
It. It. It. No. 3. Radn-ay's Regulators do not "rine.
pain, weaken, or sicicen tne patient Small doses regulate.
large doses purge. One Regulator will gently evacuate the
bowels and regulate every organ in the system. Thevaet
upon the liver, the stomach, kidneys and bladder. They
cure cusuveness, urer complaint, dyspepsia, kidnev com
plaints, biliousness, fevers of all kinds. No disease or pain
ean afflict the, system while under the influence 'of IX. It. R.
Price of R. R. Relief, 25 cts. CO cts. and $1.
"" " " Resolvent, $1.
" " " Regulators, 5 cts. per box.
K.R. R. Office, 162 Fulton Street, N. Y.
deel lm divr.
Delay not; harbor not. in your mind that sentence ot
fools' philosophy, that a disease will get well of itself, or
that you can cure it with certain medicines for a few dollars.
Beware howyou tamper with your general welfare.
e wild and vicious youths, why will ye persist in dosinz
with the JMAynaiueatiny eompouni daily proffered, there
by impairing your appetite and digestion and destroying
you mentally as well as physically, when you can be cured
with a few doses of pleasant medicines ?
t e rakes of eveiy age and condition, why will ve sutler
and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for
the tnjoynunt and even ordinary purtuits of life? You
who are thus annoyed and wish to bo restored to health and
vigor by a treatment at once pleasant and effectual, should
consult Dr. MORRIS. His success in clirmie diseases has
been greater than that of any other physician of his dar
Many who have been for years afflicted with disease orcoa
neijuences resulting from excess have been restored to
Health and vigor under his really scientific treatment.
bhould a personal interview be objectionable, state vour
disease in writting enclose five dollars-address Dr. W.
II. MORRIS, through the Post-Office, Nashville, Tenn,, and
a package of medicines, securely put up, will be sent prr
vaiy anu wim aispatcu, lull directions therewith, and
no questions asied.
Persons living at a distance, and afflicted with Serofulei.
Old Ulcers, Tetter Oineers, Piles, Fistula in Ano, Grare
Strictures, GlesU, or any disease whatever of an aggrava
ted or malignant charter, can be cured at home by consult
ing Dr. Mobris, by letter, post paid, enclosing a fee.
Medicines pleasant and safe, can be sent per mail to any
part of the United States.
Particular attention given to the treatment of female com
plaints. Ladies who may be afflicted with Irregularities,
Flour Albus or trhUes, Prolapsus Llrri or Fulling cj
tht Wvinh, would do well to lav aside all false delicacv
and promptly consult the Dr. Ckkes Wabeaxted !
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedarst,
near Post Othce. Room, INo. 14, up stairs. novfi. tf.
XST" At the Verandah Hotel, kept by Mrs. Ed
moniwox and her son-in-law Mr. lUcuus, there is a gentle
man from Scott County, Ky who, for twelve months, suffer
ed greatly from a chronic disease of the stomach and bowels,
which could not be removed by the most approved practice,
respected and continued as it was for "the Vector's sale.
He had paid his Doctor's Bill, without any calculation of
making another, thnkingitwasofuou.se; 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 Jice atels time it has made him feel like engaging in
business. Hut why does he come out of this spell of sick
ness a strong advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union I'illsf
Becsuse, they are the princijial remedy used in the treat
ment of his case; and to their ejicacy he is principally in
debted for his recovery. Should not such cases be publish
ed? If some persons are opposed to their publication, can
anybody tell us the reason why?
The gentleman above referred to is Euas Sroxr, a bioth
er of Jonx Stove, the clerk at the Veiukdab.
Nashville, Oct 19 tf. - . -"
We clip the following from the McMinnville Fnierprise
of December 1st: ,
To tue Prnua It is a well known fact that we are.and'
ever have been opposed to the system of puffing; hut wlieu
we have tried an article and find it to be what it purports,
we feel it a duty to state such facts that others may be Dene
tilted. My daughter hid been altlicted with tetter on her
head for eight years, and had tried the prescriptions of the
be.st Physicians in the conntiy to no effect la.st spring .we
procured of J. B. Stone, a bottle of Droomgoole's Vegeta
ble Tetter Remedy, which has made a permanent cure; it
having been several months; and no appearance of a return.
We recommend it as a safe and certain cure.
For sale in Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med
icine Store, College street, and by Druggists Generally.
CiT HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL: The
merits of this purely vegetable extract for the removal and
cure of physical prostration, genital debility, nervous affec
tions, Ac, Ac are fully described in another column ol this
paper, to which the reader is referred. $2 per bottle, 3 bot
tles for $5, six bottles for $3; $10 per dozen. Observe
the marks of the genuine.
Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 3, Franklin Row,
Vine Street, below Eighlli, Philadelphia, Pa,; TO WHOM
ALL ORDERS MUST BE ADDRESSED. For sale by
all respectable Druggists and Merchants throughout the
For sale at the Patent Medicino Depot, No. 12 College
street, by J. P. DRO.MGOOLE, Wholesale Agent foi the
State and onlv agent in Nashville.
6m d. and tn-w.
Dr. Mors' Invigorating Elixir or Cordial.
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 th 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 attested 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 atllictions. of the stomach
and bowels, general prostration, impotency, incipient para
lykis, hypochondriasis, head-ache, constipation, and inn u
mcrabto complaints which it is impossiole to specify in an
adrcrtiscmcut. Facts are impregnable, and thy are offer
ed in answer to all nho doubt the properties of this lead
ing medicine of the nineteenth century.
The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, in pint bot
tles. Price three dollars per bottle, two for five dollars, six
for twelve dollars. C. H. RING, Proprutor,
102, Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United States, Canada,
the West Indies, and by W. F. GRAY, SOLE AG EST,
(.licensor to Carlwright A Armstrong, corner of Market
and Broad streets, NaslnWe, Tenn. fdeel lm dtrw&w.
Be on your Guard. And when youwish to purchase
the most prompt and iJTctual Ciugh lieiimly ever discover
ed call for Dr. C. Willuvs' Pulmonic Balsam or Wild
CukBiiv n Wood XtiTiu; read the adrertisement in an
other culumn; look well to the marks of the genuine, as
theie may be imitations and counterfeits. "Beware 1 as
your life may depend on your caution in this particular.
LOT FOR SALE.
Honrj- E. Hyde vs Milln Shannon nnd others.
"I Y virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
II rpnntv. rnnderpd nt llii llwwnhr Term Iftft T will
offer for sale nt Ihn Cmirt IlnnsA in YndKvilla ' sn sit,,-.!-- i
the Slst ori)s-mlr is.-.s iho fnlln.-n.. T'r,r..i v,i .
lomrinc-to the estate of John Hyde, deennspd. silimte!) in I
Nashriile on Line Street, known as Lot No. 130, frontin;
is ieet on Kaia street ana running back 122J feet, on the
following terms, to wit Fifty Dollars will be required in
Cash and the balance on a credit of one and two years.
Notes with good security required, and a lien will be re
tained upon the Lot untill all the purchase money is paid,
decli triwid td PR CHEATHAM, Clerk,
WAEsnrwroK, Dec. 15. The Senate adjourned
over until Monday.
-Mr. Seward, gave notice of a bill for the construc
tion of a Railroad through tho territories of the
JJnited States, from the Atlantic "to the Pacific
- 'Mr. Hamlin gave notice of a bill to satisfv claims
.oC American citizens for spoliation by the'Frcnch.
Xouisville, Dec 15. The river has fall turn
r-incnes. JNo transactions in hoars to-dav.
.... J " J -
Dec. 15. Hogs 111 good demand at
4 Mai 30.
Pittsburc, Dec. 15 The river is unchanged.
Nashville. Dec. 16.
Cottox. The cotton market continues active and sales
. are affected readily at our quotations. Transactions yester
day amount to 91 bales at from SaS 90.
TCESDAT, Dec. 13, 1 P. M.Cotto.v. There is an anima
.tea demand to-day and prices are very fulL Sales 2200
jjaies ai aioii)$ cents.
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
Dec. 12, 9:30 P. M. Since the reception
of the Arctic's advices Cotton has Ikwi nr-tiro n.l urnvi
bales were sold on Monday, at an advance of a quarter of
jiiuunu was quoieu ainj cems. Tne decrease
m.the receipts at all the ports up to the latest dates as com
pared with last year, is r95,000 bales. Flour has declined.
unit fiAAA I : 1 - a f . . w. . '
vw uuia nne ilwjwsfUOl ai irom $t lid fi ID. iTMie
ilolasscs wj worth VJ cents per gallon, and Corn active
Savasjcmt, Dec. i 2. Arrived, steamship State of Georgia
1 t." V. ."'". 'p wuace, uue, .Liver
pool; Bng Harvest, Nichols, New York.
Chaelesto-V. Doc. 13. Arrived, sleamsh-n n TVHnVKn
Adkins. New York: briir Castilian. Pinklmm Ud. ,-
Emilr, Davis. New York. Cleared.'
urciT?, iew ioric;Bciiriiianal'ick-up, Shoo, Philadelphia.
PRATT'S SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SALE
AND Stationary, Encyclopcedias and A'aluable Standard
"oris, in every department of Literature, Science
and Art; Annual Hooks eleganlly illustrated and illumina
ied: Pictorial and Embclisbed and Ixvmlirnll.- Ivmnj.
Tamily and Pocket Bibles and Prayer Books, of every de
scription; Letter and Cap Paper, Portfolios, Gold Pens, Ac,
Ac To be sold at Auction this and following evenings:
Wednesday. Thursdav. Fridar nnrt Siinr,w u it 1 ?. .!
17, at the s'toro of Jos. F. Dunton, at half past six o'clock.
... - - mo cut uuu Ticimiv is re
spectfully invited to this collection or Books, which is be
lieved to be the most valuable collection ot Standard
vorkseveroffored at Auction in ihia nl
are new and warranted perfect. Ladies and Gentlemen are
respectfully mviled to call and examine them during the
day. The sale will bo positive and without reserve to the
highest bidder, and will lx? rnntinnort
al! are sold. ' h
Terms cash. Purchasers
books on the day I'ollowingeach sale.
U0Cl J US. r . U U.N TON, Auctioneer.
COMING TO NASHVILLE I
CHAMBERS & PECK'S MAMMOTH
VR, 'Way Scenes in California, and on the Land and Pa-
'kulll' Miuui-ux xDi completed isoo.
MorijTEjeil (nice the size of ordinary Panoramas, and as su
perRjr4?i8delity, artistic execution, acd general interest as
it isinammoth in its proportion.
R!T Due Dotice will bo given of its arrival.
dec" , Dr. T. F. CHAMBERS. Manager.
riMj JMIKS'VIANS AND LADIES. TIIE
JL Supporter for Ladies, under the most eminent Jled ical
patronage, ine great reputation of this Supporter, its
iignmess (oemg entirely without metalic pressure) and
above all, its remedial effect, have caused a most extensive
uguiuqu jor u in an pans 01 ine United Stales. Thousands
of Liidies arc now wearing it with case, comfort, and ad
vantage. To avoid counterfeits, apply (only) to the agents
(all others are counterfeits.)
tlecU EWIN BROTHERS, Nashville.
-TX7-INDOW CLASS, GLASSWARE, &C
v -"v wits tt muow mass anu uiassware, just re
ceived and for sale. EWIN BROTHERS,
-T7IVE BBLS. BEST EURNITUitE VAIINIsiE
I 55 boxes FireCrackers.
100 gross Patridge's Matches.
1 cask best Dutch Madder, received and fur sale low.
decl EWIN BROTHERS.
TINCT. VERATRIA VEVIDI.-SIX DOZ.
Norword's Tinct. Veratria Vevidi, on sale.
decl5 EWIN BROTHERS.
-f PAIR LIVINGSTON'S DORMANT PLAT-
FORM SCALES. 1 pair Platform Scales.
For sale at cost and carriage.
dcclo EWIN BROTHERS, Nashville.
CURES FOR CHILLS AND FEVERS, WEAK
NESS, DEBILITY, Sic.
Osgood's Cnoucoouz, llmcandt.
Haunts d: Clopton's Tunics, Richardson's Sherry Wine,
Mollktt's, Spencer's, Hoofland's and Dromgool's Bitters;
Satlington A William's Arcs and Fevee Pills.
REMEDIES FOR COLDS, COUGHS, BRON
Wistars, infianw, Hastings fc Ayrei Balsam of Wild
Chen', Tur and Wood Naptlia, Expectorants, Cough Bal
FOR PAINS, BRUISES, RHEUMATISM, &c.
Arabian and Mustang Linements,
Davis' Pain Killer, Celestial Balm,
Mulls' Sarsajmrilla prepared, dr. By T. WEELS,
oct3 Market opposite Union St., Nashville
ERFUMERY in great variety, kept constantly on
hand and for sale at the lowest prices.
Fine Toilet and Shriving Sonps.
210 Dozwell assorted Toilet Soaps;
Fine Sliaring Creams an J Stups.
FOR TILE TEKTH.
Odontine and Charcoal Tooth 1'asle;
Chlorine and Oris Tooth Washes;
JiousteVs fine Tooth Powders;
Tooth-acha Drops assorted.
Received and for saleby T. WELLS.
QUININE, Morphia, Chloroform, Pepsin, (id Liter
Oil, Strichnine, Hyd. Potassac, Iodine, Nitrate Silver,
Select Poicdersof Opium, Ipecacuanah, Calocynth, Rhubarb,
bcainony, Jfay-appU, Itayberry, Golden Seal, d-c.
Received by T. WELLS,
octS Market Street.
5,450 Mis fine Glazed Parlcrand Hall Papers,
Cheap Unglazed Pajiers, iccll axmrteti,
ISordering and Curtain and Ttster Papers, assorted.
For sale unusually Cheap by T. WELLS.
FINE WINES, BRANDIUS, Arc, A:c.
Champaigne, Otard Dupey, Dopey Signett, French, Peach
nnd American Brandies; Madera, Port, Pale Sherry, Clan t
and Mucatel Wines, London Porter, lv. Received by
octs T. WELIj, Market Street.
' AltTIST'S COLORS, Jac.
Oil Colors in flexible tube.,
Sable. Caincl's hair and Bristle Brushes.
Palette Knives, Varnishes, drying oil, Ac,
Wa'ercolur paint boxes, assorted.
Daguerreotype Paint boxes,
do. materials, astorieu.
Received and for sale low by
Fine crotch and shade A'enecrs,
Oak Veneers, Mouldings,
Bureau Knobs, Sand Paper,
Offered low by octS T. WELLS.
COACH VARNISHES, ASSORTED,
PAINTS, AND OILS, all l inds,
GLASS AND GLASSWARE,
Brushes or all sokts,
Dve Stl-fi-s ofeveet vabjetv.
MEDICINE CHESTS, A:c.
Assorted Medicine Chests, Medical Saddlelags, Surgeons'
pocket instruments. Physicians Pocket Cases of Vials,
Couching, Cupping, Amputating, Ear and Eye Instruments,
Medical Smons, Horse and Spring Lancets, Scarificators,
Microscopes, Tellescopes, Hydromtttrs and Thermometers,
received and for sale by T. WELLS,
Sign of the Man and Mortar, on Market, opposite
nov23 triwlm Union street, Nashville.
VALUABLE NEGROES FOR SALE.
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
County, rendered at the December Term, 1853, in the
case of George D. Hamlet, Administrator and others, vs S.
Johnson ana others, I will offer for sale to the highest bid
der for Cash, the following Negroes, to wit Mahala, a wo
man aged about 50 years, Hartlv, about 25 years of age.
Nathan, about 23 years of age, Wiley, about 18 years of
age, Jenny, about 14 years ot age, Lotty about 11 years of
age, Andrew, aDoui 11 years 01 age ana Jim, aooui t years
Said Netrroes belonir to the estate of Abraham Earheart.
deceased, will be sold at his late residence near the Nash-
ville and Springfield road, about 14 miles from Nashville,
on Friday Dec 30th, lb53. F. R. CHEATHAM,
deel 4 triwA dtd Clerk.
LECTURE. MR. VAN ZANDT WILL DE
LIVER a Lecture on the Rise and Progress of Ameri
can Liberty, at the Nashville Inn on Friday night next at 8
o'clock. Cards at the door, 50 cents. ' dec 18 td
9 TI10S. BELLSNYDER, JITKt , Tiiisil
superior Steamer luring been thoroughly',
overhauled, during tho pt-st summer, is riowjn couiplet,
der, and will resume her regular trips in the Vew Ori
andNashville trade. on the nrst risenfl ' 1 rl'
For freight orpassage, having excellent accommodations,
apply to J-A.McALLISTERACO
O TERSON, llAStisa. This .-plemlid steam-
pr lmvillflMHn thnmimlttv rrMiiror1 will nm 5LljE?5tRi
Nea recular Packet between this Port and
Frw" Orleans, and Will leave the first rise of water. For
eight or Passage apply to J. & R. YEATMAN,
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS U. S. MAS PACKET
TIIE splendid new ixisscngcr steamer,
II. R. W. HILL, Tiios. Newel, Mas
ter, will run in the above trade .this tea
son, leaving Memphis on her tirst trip on
Saturday, the 22d of October. The HILL connects at
jiguiimu niui tuc inunfineauujiciiJUiiia u. o, tiiuu i ut'&
fAmnk;d .-Wk V...,l Tit .1 f t - TT CJ If..! I II .
ets,and will giro through tickets from New Orleans
ThespU-ndid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
ive Nashville every Wednesday, at S 1 M, with freight
id passengers for the Hill.
A II Tf r
A. L. DAVIS, I ASent-
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MAIL
FOR MEMPHIS, NEW O RLEANS, ST.
LODIS AND LOUISVILLE TRY-V5yr?7il3
WEEKLY. The Splendid New PassengerggggjEEgS
Steamers Citt oitHbsvsville, Joh.v Smrsox, and Ksibas-
hi, niu leufe iiuMiTiue ereiy Jionuay, ieunesaay and rn
day, at 6 o'clock P. M, connecting at Paducali with the dai
ly Louisville and St. Louis U.S. Mail Boats, and at Mem
phis with the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H.
It- W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving through
tickets from Nashville to either of the points above anamed.
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. L. DAVIS.
octS Agents at Nashville.
NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS
BELLE-KEY, PEYTON A. KEY,
Commander. This large and magnifi
cent nieamer is now unaergoinga inorougn gE3ESS3
repair at Louisville, and will take her place as a lleguUrt
Packet in the above trade as soon as there is sufficient water,
and will continue during the entire season.
In point ofapeeJ. comfort and safety, the BELLE-KEY is
unsurpassed on the' Western waters; which, with the lowr
experience 01 ner genuemaniy ommanaer ana line ac
knowledged business capacity of her Clerk I M r. Lewis North
ern,) enables us confidently to recommend her to tho busi
ness and travelling community. Mr. Northern will give
prompt personal attention to filfingorders for Groceries, Ac
ty A snare of patronage is respecuuiiy solicited.
JOHNSON", HORNEi CO.,
aug27 tm Agent:
Nashville, Louisville und Cincinnati Regular
TIIE Splendid Tiew Passenger Steamers,
STATESMAN. U. G. McComas. Master.
jun. r. A wr,,u, uavid millard. Jiaster.fu.i.ij.- "a
will malce regular trips in the above trade, leaving ,aali
villa 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. 1. nnd are ofiicere J b v expe
rienced business men, who will be thankful for orders for
merchandise, and promise to give satisfaction to all who
may entrust business to their care.
septlT tt JUU.S.SU.S, 11U BA K & CO.
Nashville and Louisville Weekly Packet,
WM. GARVIN. C. T. REEDER. Master.
r 1 iltls splendid Steamer is nearly com
JL pleted, and will be at Nashville the tirst
rise of the river. She will carry 400 tons
and her accommodations for passengers are unequaled by
any boat of bsr dimensions. She will be commanded by
Uapt. U. 1. iir.hUr.lt, long and Javorably Known to our
community, and tho Cumberland river trade, generally.
She will make regular weekly trips, leaving Louisville on
TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FRIDAY'S? at 4 o'clock.
P. M. At the former place passengers will find various
Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey them to any point
of destination they may desire, vir Theold established line
to Cincinnati; Union line to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Lon
isyille line; Jeflerson Railroad, Ac, Ac All atlbrdingthe
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
I3f All orders will be filled as low as at Cincinnati.
ZSF For Freight or Passage, apply to
sep40 tf HENKY T. YEATMAN, Agent.
STEAMER E. HOWARD. R. Y. . tFZ
NottTUEns, Master. This splendid i,-!
steamer is now in line order and will run asf
a regular packet during the season between this port and
New Orleans. She will leave on the first rise of water.
For freight or passage apply to
novo J. A R. YEATMAN, Agents.
Saint Louis and Nashville Semi-Weekly Steam
ALEONIA Caft. James Miller.
SALLIE WEST '. Caft: J. V. Tnaoor.
"rULE above splendid steamers will com- .tPSr"
.JL menco their regular tripj on the first
rise in Cumberland River, and continue ins
the trade during the season, leaving Nashville-and St. ixiuis
every 1 uesday and Saturday at 4 r. Al. or Ireignt or pas
sage, having unsurpaivsed accommodations, apply to
nov6 B A. HAMILTON, Agent.
THE AMERICA. THIS FA
vorite Passenger and Freight steamer,
now at Smithland. nas been thoroughly re
paired the past summer, and will resume her regular trips
under the command of Capt. Jeess Joii.vso.v, between this
port and New Orleans, on the first rise of water, and con
tinue until the season is closed. For freight or passage ap
ply to JOU.NSONA WEAVER,
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
County, rendered at its December term, 1853, in the
case of Thomas Warmuth. et al, vs. John Warmuth, et al,
1 will, on the 23th day of December, 1853. at the late resi
dence of Thomas Warmuth, deceased, in Civil District No.
5, sell to the highest bidder, 103 acres of Land, in parcels to
Also The following Slaves, to wit: Abner, Mary, Mar
tha, Albert, Priscella, Louisa and Maria.
Said Land lies within of a mile of Antioch Depot, is
well watered and timbered, and well suited for farming
purposes; has on it a comfortable Dwelling House and all
necessary out-houses, and many beautiful building sites.
Tebus. The Negroes will be sold on a credit of twelve
months; the Land on a credit of one and two years. Pur
chasers will be required to give bond with approved secu
curity, and a lien will be retained on the Land until the pur
chase money is paid. dec7 F. R. CHEATHAM, Clerk.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court NoveinberTerm, 1853.
George D. Hamlett, Adm'r, and others, 1
Squire Johnson, and others. )
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, in this
ca.se. that two of the defendants, to wit: Squire Johnson
and his wife Martha Johnson, are non-residents of the State,
being citizens of the State of Missouri, and that the usual
process of this Court could not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made in some newspaper for
thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear at the De
cember Term of this Court, and plead to the petition, other
wise the same will be taken fur confessed as to them, and
set for hearing, ex parte. F. R. CHEATHAM,
Noyt wAtw till dec a L'lerx.
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
Davidson County Court November Term, 1833,
E. A. Mabry, Adm'r,
I) jniel D. Mabrv. and others.
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of tho Court, in this
ctse. that the defendants. Wm. II. Mabrv and Lewis
Mabry, arc non-residents of the State, and that the usual
process ot tins court can not De served upon tuein, 11 was
ordered that publication be made for thirty days in some
newspaper, requiring said defendants to appear and answer
at the next term of this Court, December, 1S53, otherwise
they will be proceeded against by default
r. it. uiir.Aiu.V-M,
nov3 wAtw till dec 9 Clerk.
SALE OF LAND AND A NEGRO.
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
County, rendered at the December term, 1853. in the
case of Tlios. J. Adams and others, vs. Mary A. Adams and
others, I will offer for sale on the premises, on Thursday
the 20th of December 1853, a tract of land conhuning about
25 acres, more or less, situated in Davidson County, on the
Miirfrecsboro pike about 10 miles irom .asurillc
At the sime time and place I will also offer for sale a
negro woman aged about 50 years.
Said property will be sold upon a credit of 1 and 2 years,
notes with good security required and a Hen retained upon
the liand until tne purcnase money is paia-
f . it. uiiL.viiiA.M, uiurc.
dcT tri-w. w. A d. until sale.
BY VIRTUE of the Decree of the County Court of
Sumner. I shall on SATURDAY the 31st day of De
cember, 1853, upon the premises sell a very rich and valua
ble TRACT OF LAND lying in the county of Sumner,
containing THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY' ACRES.
There is about 150 acres of open Land, the balance well
timbered and well watered, a never failing Spring; well
calculated for a STOCK FARM the soil is very rich, and
lies well; it beingapartoi the ooo.se creeic isoltoms, lour
miles north of Harts ville, and fifteen miles cast of Gallatin.
Terms f 1000 cash, tne balance in two equal annual pay
ments, bond and two good securities required lor the pur
chase money, and a lien retained. JESSE TUCKER.
decll td. .Commissioner.
OESOirTTALE A TRACT OF 29
Acres.on the Lebanon Pike, 3K miles from Nash
ville, well watered and improved, which will be sold in one
tract, or divided to suit purchasers. Also a tract of seventy
acres on the Cumberland river, the same distance from
town, and one mile from the Lebanon Pike. On the place
is a good cedar log house. There is plenty fire wood on
the place; negroes and a few mules, and brood marcs will
be taken in part payment.
These places can be bouirht for much less than improved
' land is selling for at the same distance from town. Pos
) session given 1st of next January.-For partie-lars apply
1 on the premises. WM. H; RA 1 .
GENTS' FINE WINTER BOOTS AND
Super French Calf Stiiobed Doubled Soled Boots;
" " " Sewed Waterproof do;
" " " Pump and Stitched Dress do;
" " " Extra Fine peg'd do do;
" " Oxford Ties and Dress Shoes;
" " Waterpnwf do and Brogans;
A large assortment, from the real Philadelphia man 'no
tares. Just received by RAMAGE A CHURCH,
novSO 42 College St.
BARRY'S TRICOPHEROUS, T,W ELVE
dozen Barry's Tricopherous for the Hair. Just received
and for sale by nov? STRTTCU 4 ORR.
OK EAT IIARGAINS I.V FURNISHING
VX 0'VODSATilVftb: A McGIUa-As Jniud ,0
move to ournew More on the lirst or January next, and in
order to make room for our Spring Supply we will sell our
yjcacm mocsatgreiuy reduced price, lullv twenty-five tier
vtu. .u,,er una usisu rales. unrstocIrMits.in part of
oiwuiui-r omul ouirts every variety
i-usnmere Undershirts, ' '
Silk do u
Cotton do i
Canton Flannel do "
Merino Drawers, "
Cashmere do . "
Cotton d0 .,
Kpbede Chambre, .
JtandkerchieCj, , " '
Scarfs, . ' -
Umbrellas, 1 -
Krfumery. , v .
Work Boxes. -
And many other articles too numerous to mention but
to ! - VlZ ,,jrJ? , 1 a" "'an' snch things to
i call and examine our SinrK A
11 . . . .
.,.,, . MYERS 4 McGILL,
Ladies and Gentlemen s Furnishinir Store. Nn. r.fi rvn
IMPORTANT TO LADIES-WATEIIFIELD
i WALKER have just receired a beautiful assortment
of fine dress Furs, to which they would invite the attention
of the Ladies. Their assortment of Extra Black Lynx Muffs
and Victorines is very desirable, and of the litest New
1 ork and European designs.
-Their stock comprises all the leading styles of the season,
and as they made their purchases late they will sell tbem at
Inw nnrl nntm ..- .
. dec3 WATERFIELD A WALKER.
' 'HE HAT TJIAT TAKItf TIIE LEAD IS
-L the New inter Style at Watcrfield & Walker's.
otiaiyei introduced in Uie city has ever met with such
great popularity. The Haisthevare now manufacturing
are of the mot perfect design, and mannfactured from the
Dest materials, will retain their color through all t. e va
rious changes which they may be exposed. A new supply
WATERFIELD & WALKER'S.
U ATS AND CAPS FOR ItOVS AV A'PKIJ
JGL FIELD A WALKER haye the largest assortment of
Boys' and Children's Hats and Caps ever offered in the ci
ty. Many of the sty les are entirely new and very desira-
-- - - yw mm. usmi i- V,lK-i WIU1
plush and cloth Caps in great variety. Their prices will
" uu iiuiamica luoueraieauu unuorm.
WATERKIEI.il A WAI.T.-RT?
Hat and Fur Store, No. 2(5, went side Public Square, nex
STILL continues to carry on the above business, and will
attend to all orders for anything in his line of business,
with promptness and despatch.
Just finished and for sa'e Buggies and Barouches, of
the mcst fashionable style,
LYONS At CO.
Importers and Dealers in Havana Cigars, To
bacco, and all kinds of Foreign Wines,
No. 19 Ceoab Street, Nashville.
Conntry orders respectfully solicited and punctually at
IG CHEWING TOI1BCCO. THIS TOBAC
CO is far superior to any other now in use. beiiiir of the
purest Kind, without any mixture or adulteration, it is a new
article m tnesoutuern country, and only wants a trial to
make if become universally used. The only place item be
found in Nashville isat LY ONS A CO.,
novlS 19 Cedarstrcet.
BRANDIES, WINES, &c ALSO J L'ST RE
ceived several Quarter and Eighth casks ol the purest
French Brandies, Wines and Liquors of all descriptions.
We have also just received a few cases of the celebrated
Scheidham Schnaps. We respectfully invite the inspec
tion orcountry and city dealers. LY'ONS A CO.,
novl3 No. IV, Cedar st
CIGARS! CIGARS ! ! JUST RECEIVED
as line and large an assortment of HAVANA CIGARS
as has ever been in Nashville PleasT call and examine
for yourselves, for sale either wholesale or retail at
novl?. LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar st.
'OR RENT. A HOUSE CONTAINING SIX
rooms. Ac. on the Murfreesboro" Pike.' IM miles from
asiiniie. dec. K. A. UALLUn c, ueneral Agent
DR. J. B. MARCHISI'S CELEBRATED
CATH0LIC0N, for the relief and cure of suffering
reinaies. it sianas pre
eminent for its curative
powers In all diseases for
which it Is recommended,
Of tliese are frotaptm
Uteri, or Falling or the
Womb; Ftour Albus, or
Whites; Chronic Inflam
mation and Ulceration of
the Womb; Ineldental He
morrhage, or Flooding-;
Painful, Sappretsed, and
Ac, with accompanying
eviU, (Cancer excepted,)
no matter how setcruorof
how long standing.
The Catholicon farsur-
E asses other remerles, tn
elDg more certain, lest
axoensive. and leaving the
system in a better f omlillOD. Let all interested In such a
remedy call and obtain a pamphlet (free) containing ample
proof, "from highly respectable sources, of tho happy rtaults
of its use, together with letters from flrst-class experienced
physicians, who haye used It In their practice, and speak
from thelrown observations.
Kefirixcu.- P. B. Pecsham, M. n.,Ulica,N. Y..I..D.
Fleming, M. D., Canandalgua, N. Y., M. 11. Hills, .M. 1).,
Rochester, X. Y., H. Y. Koote,M. V., Syraouee.X. Y., Prof.
Dunbar, M. 1)., Baltimore. Md , J. C. Orrict. M. 1)., Balti
more, Md., W. W. Reese, M. I)., New York City, W. Pres
eott, M. D., Concord, X I!., J. P. Newland,.M. D., Utica,
Pamphlets had gratia at Jnni P. Drohoooli's Patent
Medicine House, College street. Wholesale and Ketall
Agsnt Nashville, Tpnneasee.
ALSO. For sale by
Dr. F. S. Woldridoe, Frankn,
IshocA. ErxLis, SorlujUeM,
JimiT. Ili5iii', Gallatin,
Cook & Owiit, Ibanon,
Crotkit & Kiddle, Murfreesboro'.
LeUer tjdrsssei tt Musts. BtackS; Brotcnssn.Agttti at
Jftuttrry C. II., S. C, if Rtv. C. S. Beari, of tans State.
Glenn Springs, Jan. 9th, 1S53.
Messrs. Reich & Brownson Sirs: I send for another
bottle of jout ''Marchisi's Uterine Cathollcon." My wife
baa been afflicted for eleven years, and a variety or means
has been resorted to for relief, but none was obtained until
I receired this medicine from you. Its influence seems al
most magical: there was a manifest improvement f.om the
day It was taken.
As there are a great many females In onr country laboring
undo r the affliction for which your medicine proposes a
remedy, I feel It a duty to recommend it to all such.
(Signed.) Clocuii S. Beard.
jrj J. U. MAKCHISI & CO., Proprietors, Central De
pot, 30t Broadway, X. Y. novgt.
ITVRESH OYSTERS.- 500 CANS AND 50
' Kegs Baltimore Oysters, just received and for sale by
novS'J. GEORGE GREIG.
REEF. A S3IALL LOT DRIED
XUeef of extra quality.
Received nnd for sale bv
TTRESH PINE APPLES 10 DOZ. FRESH
JL Pine Apples m glass jars.
Just received and for sale
JL Peaches in glass and in tin canisters Hermetically
sealed, rorsaieoy novz'.i.j uE.ur.wfeiiiii.ii.
FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES. ON
hand and for sale an assortment of fine lirandies and
Wines, of every variety, which for quality is warranted
equal to any offered in market and sold wholesale or retail
at the former low price, by nov29. GEO. GREIG.
rLI) IIOURRON WHISKY. A FEW DLsT
Vyof extra quality Bnurbon Whisky. Just received and
for salo b v
I71RESH TEAS. J UST RECEIVED A FULL
' assortment of extra tine Black and Green Teas, war
ranted superior by norja. GEORGE GREIG.
IGARS.-ON HAND AND FOlTTyALE A
choice selection Haranna and l'rincii.i Cig.trs by
MATCHES.-iOO GROSS .MATCHES RE
CEIVED and for saleby nov23 GEO. GREIG.
T?OR SALE. A GOOD SECOND-HAND
JU CARRIAGE and HARNESS. Call on
dec7 If JOHN II. SLOAN, at his Livery Stable.
In Chancery at Cnrlhnge,
November Rules, 1853.
James B. JelTrcys, 1
ts Order of Publication.
Saunders F. M'Allister, and others. )
ON MOTION, and it appearing to the Clerk and Matter,
that Saunders F. M'Allister is a non-resident: it is there-
upon ordered, that an order of publication be made for three r -
successive weeks intne Union and American, pnbhshed in
Nashville, Tennessee, requiring the said Saunders F. M-
Allisler to appear at the Court House in the town of Carth
age on the 2d Monday in February next, then and there to
plead, answeror demur, to campIainantV bill and amended
bin, and in aeiauit tncrtoi, said cause will be taken for con
fessed and set for hearing ex parte, Ac, as to him.
decG 3w. Printers' fee St. Clerk and Master.
In CUnncery nt Curthugc,
November Rules, 1853,
Thomas L. Draper and others, 1
Asbury Cartright and wife, and others. )
fS MOTION, and it appearing to tho Clerk and Master
J of said Court, tliat Asbury Carter a
sburr ("arter and wife. Tutana,
joimii. iaw, tviuna ijiw, .Martna Uw and uruisa utw, i
are non residents of this State; it is thereupon ordered by
the Clerk and Master; that an orderof publication be made
for three successive weeks in the Vnion and American, re
quiring said non-resident defendants to appear at the Court
1 louse in the town of Carthage, Tennessee, on the 2d Slonday
in February next, then and there to plead, answer or demur
to complainant's bill, and in default thereof, the same will be
taken for confessed, and set fnr hearing ex pari as to them.
dec" 8w. Printers fee ft. Clerk and Master.
TTENRY'.S I.VVinoriATlN: mumti
JLX PURELV VEOETAW RIS iT-n'miiHwiTiiiv
' T?'.' 'Iivlll?blo-ur'iW,lsexlrcted front Herisan.l Itoot-, T
i Tv !!f? b,en rou.nJ af,rrears of evpijrlence.b the mor f -,
kIlirutPtijl(-Uni,t. bepMiMsedof nuallt: mo.1 bene- w
"Vf, .... 0,3" rorwhich Hi, rrfoiniDMided, and henco
.i3aiIK;4 w nu pamtc
Tn M t- . . tt 1 . .
4 111 irk 1-nAvntnl.iiAhh.i -t . . . . , J
. . - 1 . iiui tcj uuwaitia reliance
; m.y be plcel as to it j sfety. lna.4of Impolencr. He
1 l?0"1'e; Disordered SierUlili.MeMtnjation, orSupproa
lon of the Ueiuuj, Flour Alba or Whites, orfor
sTf.r0m uch from .Icknew
I where the plliitli been TOatlae-ita bed fofme tiuie.
1'Sr ?e?,o,ar0Onaa'"t. AbortionorMiscarrUze.tnli '
0rdlal cannot beexctlled lu U, talutary eSeeti:otlBioU of
I 1 V.- i ""!r5l tniwouHT. A-uyslcl fiosuatlan. Semi
nal'leakBJ,r,alpIUtlon of tho Heart, Indigestloa. siae-
Ac., where tojic dlchie U rejnlred, iVwtttbe rouaf
vuuiJiiur ''njompoonaeTer ttd.
Henry's Invigorating Cordial, is one of the mn.t valuable
Medicines in the many Complaints to which. Females are
upjeci. it auu natare to braco the whole iTiurni. tbatk.
excess, and creates
renewed heiKh and hannlneu.
suffering, disease aad unhapptness among Ladies would ex-
1 ., V E"erauy 10 auopi taa use or wis taruiai.
Ladies who re debilitated by thoso obstructions which fe
males are liable to, are restored by the use of a bottle or two,
to bloom ami to vigor.
It ub.it."Urr P"eUce faUl to the existence of man and
a., iinn,,,-rW.J ;ro mon PS, Dm t victims, from
Suae? "Hngertowhlcb. they subject themselves,
inf"- PaSl' d Premature Decay. Manvof
you may now be suffering, misled as to the caaJ or aouree
ofdlse.se. Tothose,taen,whobyexceai luTebroartt oJ
themselves Premature Impotency, IBvo"nLry Seminal
Kmlsalon. Weakness and bnrivel
Af-voui Affection .orany othereon4qu.acYorunreslS"n:
ed Indulgence of the sensual r-sslorceaslonlnr Se ne
cessity of renouncing the felicities or """"ST "
lessening both mental and Wily e.paclty. Hold! Henry's
lnrigoratlngCordutl.a Medicine that Is purely Veretable
will aid nature to restore those Imnortint fnn.ti ",.. .. .
healthy state, an-i will prove ofaervlce to jou. It possesses
rare virtues, is a general remover of disease, and strength
As a Tonic Medicine,
Ulsunsurpassed. Wo Jo not place this Cordial on a footing
with quack medicines, and. as la customary, aroend m Ion?
ll't of Recommendations, Certificates, die., beginning with
'Hear what the Preacher sm)s," and such lite; it la not nec
essary, lor -nenry'a invigoraung cordial, only needs a
trial to prove mat itwiiiaceompusn an we sty.
The Genuine '"Henry's Invigorating Cordial,"
is pat uplo 8 oz Pajinel Bottles, and Is easily recognized bv
the Manufucturer's signature on the label of each Bottle, (to
couDierieiiwmcn uiorgery,) as wen as me name Dlowmn
IT p Sold for 32 per Bottle: Six for S8- 816 per dozen
Prepared only by i). E. COHEX, No.3 Prant lin Row, Vine
street, below blgbtb, Philadelphia, Pa., to. whom allOR
IlEHSmustbe addressed. Porsale by all respectable Drug
gists and Merchants throughout the country.
For sale at the Patent Medicine Depot, Xo. 12 College St.,
uj i-.uromgooie, wnoiosaie Agent lortne &iaio,ana only
agent in Xashvllle.
decll Cm d&tw.
AGUE AND FEVER, OR CHILLS AND FE
VER CURED 11Y SHITIl'S TOXIC SVRUP. This
Jastly celebrated Medicino has for many years maintained
its superiority over all oilier remedies, for the sale, certain,
speedy, and permanjnt enre or Ague and Fever, or Chills
and Fever, whether of jhortor longstanding: and In no
ease will it fail to cire,lflhudiri!ctlonaare strictly followed
and carried out.
This remedy has been extensively ued throughout tho
States of Kuutueky. Tennessoe, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylva
nia, Mlchigiu, Iiwa, Wl-consln, lllinnis. Missouri, Texas,
Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana; and has per
manently cured over rive ut-HDRiDTiiocsisn cases, tn all
Its varied forms, many of which had been of from one to
threoyeara" stan-lhig.andliad resisted all the usnal rcino-
dles Known In the country; and In no case did thisMedieioe
fail wherethe directions were properly fallowed. Such la
itsliivariablesuccesj,thata Urea nnmber of respeclablu
Practitioneraof Medicine, in various parts of the country.
use and prescribe It In preference to quinine and all other
1 be public are assured that it Isnot only certain In Its ef
ccl asa Tonic, but belnzrompnsed entirely of veretaMe
medicines, is Perfectly innocent In all cases or citenm.
lances, Dd may bo given to females. Infanta, and all por-
snni 111 ucuiuuku Ami uauuM consiuuucHM, vesoat tats
least fear whatever of any unpleasant effect.
This Medicine Is composed of articles of the prlinrsland
purnit quality, and is alwaya made by the propnctor In per-
bod, aueriuu etutuuaoeu lorms 01 pnarnucy (wnicn cannot
n.iu ... .no iii.iij fiiii.-s ii-fw uivuiiij uic iiviirrnaDii
Southwestern country) and in this respect alone is rendered
reatiy superior tome remedied usually prepared and sold
n the couctry.
By its aperient and poweiful diaphoretic nrotiertlcs. ad
ded to Its Tonic.qnalities.it Is rendered eminently superior
to quinine andTbtber remedies as a general and nunalar
Tonic In all rases wlratever, where Tonics are proper to be
administered. The 'p'toprietor, therefore, respectfully In
vites practitioners and the public eenerallr to eive it bat x
fjlr trial, and they will then be convinced of Its great supe
riority over a'.J'plhcr remedies now In use for the purpose
rersonsiivsBouistricts ot country subject to Ague and
Fever. ChiltilfBkFever.or Bilious Fevers, would do welt
to keep a sopping1! this valuable remedy always on hand.
Tho proprietor has now in his possession thousands of cer
tificates ofila value, giveoby persons whohave used it. with
many letters from merchants who have sold it larzelv in
their country, as wntl as from many respectab e Practionera
whohave used it in preference to other remedies, at'estinr
Its value. J. P. DKOMGOOLK.
No 12. College street. Wholesale and Retail A rent. Xaah.
vllle, Tenn. declC ddttrt w.
-TEGROES.-I WISH TO HIRE FOR
JL the next year 8 or 10 well erownNEGRO BOYS.
from 16 to 20 years old. to learn tho AVaion and Plow
business in the blacksmiths department of the Asrricuitura!
Manufacturing Company. This is a first-rate opportunity
for those owning Negroes ofthe above kind to have them
learned a very profitable trade, particularly in our Plow
uepartmeni, and maEtng otner Agricultural Implements.
President of the Nashville Manufacturing Comnanv
Lower Market Street, Nashville. dec-3 lm.
THE BEST OF BOOTS AND SHOES ARE ALWAYS THE
1HARLES SAYERS. corner of Market and
V J Union streets, would sav to his customers and
the nuhlic that he still continues to manufacture all
kinds of Boots and Shoes at the shortest notice and of irood
material;. 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 he offers for sale at as low prices
as the same quality can be purchased in the city. All he
asks is to give him a call and be convinced that it is to the
interest of tne buyer to encourage home industry. He also
makes to order and keeps on hand a superior article of La
dies Shoes, suitable for fall and winter wear.
P. S. Re'airin? done atthe shortest notice and on rea
sellable terms. w o octt 1m
BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT! The subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing for Roys from 4 to 16 ever offered far sale in the.
Union. urderslorLientlemen sUIoUiingblledattbe short
Persons purchasing Clothintr at this establishment, hava
the privilege of changing them if they do not suit.
r. A. uun X uuu.
S. "W. comer of Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia.
April 6.1S.")3 lv
AIULI-S UEEF AND PORK.
For sale 10O likely MULES. Sand 3
years old; 3.". REEF CATTLE, (corn fed,)
and 100 l'ORK HOGS. Persona wishing 10 purchase can
see meat my residence in Bedford county, 10 miles South
west of Shelbyville, or address me by letter ai Richmond
Post Office. nov.l.r tf. M. P.GENTRY.
WW. FINN'S Wi
. PAPER STORE, Ni
MarketStreet, between Union and
the Snuare. Several new and beau-
liiul designs of Decorative Funnelling and Senna Marble
Paper, just received. A great variety of Gold and Velvet
Papers on hand, and cheap Wall Paper of every description.
ISy'Tapex Hanging promptly attended to and wclljlone.
novl7 Market street, between Union and the Square.
rrtWENTY-SEVEN LIKELY NEGROES fU,
I FOR SALE. Consisting of Men, Women, Boy.,,
and Girls, among whom are several superior house -V
servants. Persons wishing to purcliase will do well to call
and examine, as we are determined to sell low for cash..
novl6 DABRS A PORTER, No. 35, Cedar st.
N. ii. Also, a first rate House Carpenter.
-VTOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. jMfgfcy
XN An election ofFifleen Directors to manage JfgjjwJi
the affairs of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail 1 " 11 1
road Company for the next year will take place at Murfrees
boro', on the 14th ofDecember, and the reort ofthe state of
the affairs of the Company will be read ai usual. Stock
holders will be taken on ths road to hear the report read on
the Mill, and back home on the 14th or loth, or over the
whole road and back on the same day, as they may prefer,
free of charge. They will be reijuired to show their stock
cortiBcate to Ihe Couductor as evidence of their right to go
free on the cars.
Parties travelling under this privilfgo must have
owned Iheir stock thirty days or more.
ti . vi i..v r--, ?ecrL-iary
N A C Railroad Couiiun
I STORE. Cedur street, near Ihe Post (Mice. Nashville.
Tennessee. Wc lespcctfully call the attentinn of Gentle,
men to the advantageous arrangement tliat we have recent
ly made for the purpose of furnishingtliem with clothing of
stqicrior quality, at limc'n lower rates than lias heretofore
beencJiarged by similar establishments. The senior part
ner, (Mr. R. D.Clifton, residing und remaining continually
in Philadellhia,) having been for many years engaged in
the purchase of material nnd the manufacturing of Clothing
in tho Eastern Mat Lets, gives us decided advantages, which
we are returning to the benefit of our customers. With this
arrangement, and the 0110 price principle, we Hatter our- (
helves that wc shall be able to give satiafactiun to all who
may favor us with their patronage.
l-ff flaking to Order. Wc have in our employ one
ofthe niot experienced and superiorcutters in the Lnited
States, and will warrant our work to give entire satisfucticn.
Our stock or Goods on hand is large and beautiful, com
irising all the latest tyIes of fabrics introduced. Gentle
men ;ill please call and examine r stock..
iiov4 v ""v .
JUST RECEIVEU IO JlUAliS ut Mj.Aiu
HORN AArmistead's finest Tobacco, 25 doz Zinc
Wash Boards, and for sale by R. F. BELL,
deel No. 23 College st .opposite Sewanee Hou.ie.
f "fAN AWAY FRO.1I TIIE SURSCRI
' I , IV ber. WILY, a liirht colored boy. about thirty-
T .r.rM l.i. i a oVmnf five f (Mi f nlu.an Ini-hfta
. ' 1 . v. r ... IT . ...n Int-
hiph. thin visace. sallow, erum loot.
II will give ti5 reward, if secured in any jail is this State,
or fifty iu any out of the State.
, novlS lmw W.E. GOODRICH.
I IMPORTANT T7ffPPJIt;i-;Mt.:ifT TV TVPTXTV-sTTtY
DR. ROSS would respectfully invite the
attention of the public to a xrw and
1HPCOVEO METHOD OP lKSEBTnO ARTIFICIAL
tcktu. unon which he has hpf-n fnr snmn tiae nracticintr
witn great success.
The improvement consists in the teeth beinir arranged up
on a plate of pure platinum, and by means of a silicious
compound the teeth and plate are cemented firmly togeth
er, leaving no interstices for the lodgment or secretion o
food; at the same time forming an artificial gum beauti ul
and life-like in appearance, and which is represented on the
inside of the teeth as well as ouL
Those interested are invited to call and examine spea
mens of this improved method at his operating rooms, No
57, up stairs, College st. aug27 tt
THE NASHVILLE HANDTACTIXRINQ C0XPANY.
rplIIS establishment i now provided with Machinery and
JL Tool... comDlele. of the most modern construction: 'no
wun Hie amt Jlectianicat still that the country aabrds, and
resoectfulli- solicit orders. Ther nra nr.TLirHi irt erpmt? s
Such as Locom-jticit for Passenger and Freight Traini
Passenger; Freight, andRepair Cars completed, and timer t
every description of work appertaining to Rail Roods.
Boat and stationary from 3 to 500 horse-powor with
boilers of the best Ttnntstes Iron.
-Machinerr comnlete. for fittuiz ud Sash or Circular Saws
- I complete, with the newest and most approved modes.
Engines and MacifSery made for all sizes, comp'ste; to
gether with Machinery, tor Sugar Mills and Cotton Clias; al.
ao-Machinery for Bitot Furnaces, embracing Casllre Cyi
wders for bkst, Ac.v
. ROLLING MILLS.
' , fr"' Iron KoUera, and all machinery for Roll
ing Mills complete made at shortest notice.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of any description, with shafting, mill ecarintr. wsfei
wheels. castlroaBaukriulu, 4& 4a to mT
Address Jocx Thoukoc. Agent, who is a practical m.
chenist) or the undersigned. JOUN ii. JOUNSON
junl ly - B. PresideDt.
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums end Western Fund
Policies of Insurance Issued at all times on the most favor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FUtE, OR THE
PERILS OF NAVIGATION.
hJ x LINDSLEY A CROCKETT.
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County. "dec-l.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
TB.E house and lot in the South Field, now occupied by
t H " off" for sale, to accommodating terras.
Lot fronts fifty-eve feet on Spruce street, and tuna bee
about lbO feet on McGarock street, with a 16 foot alley In
Also four vacant lots adjoining the above, each fronting
forty-feet on Spruce Street, a&d running back about ISO feet
to a lrt foot alley.
This property is eligibly situated, and U free from taxes,
and has a well of fine water on it. Apply to
LINDSLEY A CROCKET,
.dec- lm. 3d College street.
IOKI'EK 1'OR SALE FOUR- HUNDRED
acres ot Land on stone's River, the place known as tlte
Horse Shoe Bend of raid river, a Turnpike road laid off"
through it; 130 acres cleared and under fence. For further
information in regard to said Lands you can see a plot a
m v office, or von can see it by eoing on it. Undisputed tille.
Terms, one-half cash. Improved city paper will be taken
for the ballance. R. A. BALI.OWE,
dec" General Agent.
CARRIAGES ! CARRIAGES ! !
I HAVE a large assortment of CARRIAGES AND
BUGGIES on hand, which I will sci! low for Cash.
decs lm. MARTHA il.U.X.
T70R RENT A large commodious WARE-UOL'SU
l? situated on lower Market street, known as Fred. Sloan's
Carriace "Ware Room. Possession given immediately.
For terms, apply to MARTHA SLOAN,
deci Ira. Administratrix.
TOTICE.-HAVIN(; TAKEN OUT I.ET
1 TERS of Adminuitration on the Estate of the Ute J
M.Swioson, dee'iL, notice isberobv given to all persons in
debted to said estate to call and make immediate payment.
and persons having claimsagaiust the estate are requested
10 preaeot tnem, property auuienucaieu as tue iw uim
deca wins S. K. ANDERSON. Executor
TTURNITURE! FURNITUItE! ! THE SI H-
f J- SCRIBER has in Store, and is constantly receiving all
1 xindsol Uaomet f urniture and Chairs, wbicn he ut deter
mined to sell at very low prices. The Stock on hand u
t-rc- nnrl ttoII o..?.fnJ M gf ..L.,. Ctt. eli.mn..
Setts, Chairs of every variety. Clocks, Girondole-s. Solar
Lamp-i, Carpeting, Oil Cloth, and a full assortment of all
kinds of Common Furniture. All woi k warranted,
dec? lm A. PATTERSON, No. 6, College st
"N AS HYIL L E STEAM STONE tVORKN,
SAMUEL HAS LAM, PROPRIETOR.
V.VLSL-rGaovg, Icttkoios St., Nashville, Ta-vsr.
TIIE subscriber takes this method of returning his nxxt
sincere thanks to his friends, and the public generally
fur the patronage he has already received, and wihiIJ say
to them that be is now able to furnish all kinds of cut -done,
fencing, capping, sills, steps, Ao, Ac.
Flagging. Sawed, bush hammered and self faced.
Prices Sawed, tbreeincbes thick 8 per square Tard.
Rush hammer five" '2 " " ' ;
Self faced, two " " 1 " " "
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended tn.
UIE SALE OF GROCERIES, it V II. S.
FRENCH, Fridar, 9th inst, at 10 o'clock A. M.
100 hhds Fair to Prime Sugar;
SO bags Rio Coffee;
100 bbls Molasses;
100 half bbU Golden Syrup;
1W bbls Whisky;
Vith other articles in the Grocery line.
Terms made known on day of sule.
dec7 H. & FRENCH.
"" RANGES I ORANGESl:
O. A C. ROBERTSON "5.
r DARREIN PliCAAS- 5 It.vGS IIKAZIL
t) Nuts; 50 drums Figs; S boxes; Lemons; 30 boxes M. it.
Rasins, assorted; 200 boxes Sardint-r.
dee7 k V. ROBERTSON.
HAVA.NA CI(;ARS.-A CHOICE J.OX OF
the following brands
8,000 Regalia Mesengeros;
S.000 " llfualdo;
1,000 Mel lan 1st Mirateano:
5.nn0 2d "
2.TO0" Peasaros Shakes rear:
1C boxes Fine Crackers, for the Countrr. Pbr sale 'by
dec" J. G. A C. ROBERTSON. Broadway.
NEW ARRANGEJIENT-Tbeundersigucd hav.
ing purchased of J. M. SMITH his entire stock in
trade, intend carrying it on in all its various branches and
Solicit from our friends and the customers ofthe bouse a
liberal share of their custom.
dec6-3ni McCLURK A M00Rli
STOVES. We have now on hand, and will receive large
additions in a few days, a splendid assortment of
stores of every description, and will sell them on as good
terms as an v house in the city,
decs ' McCLUREA 3IOORI.
No.10 Broadway, formerly tccupied by J. M. Smith.
OFFEE 10O BAGS RIO COFFEE RE
CEIVED this day per steamer I. A Given.
decfi McCREA A TERRAS 3.
O U GAR 115 HHDS. NEW SUGAR RECE1V-
1 per steamer L A Given.
KICE 5 CASKS FRESH RICE RECEIVED
per ste-uiier L A Given.
deri McCRE.V A TERRASS.
RAISINS-50 BOXES PER ST E.V3I ERL.
A. Given. For sale low br
decs McCREA A TERRASRH
"ANTED TO HIRE FOR TIIE REIAIN
V V DER of the year, a GIRL to do chamber work and
take care of children. Permanent employment will be
given if wanted.
37" Inquire at this Office novlZ tf
FALL AND WIN TEE. GOODS
JUST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Casnmers and vistings ofthe
AlirO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing:
Goods. A new and beantilnl stylo of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every d;s
cription, Undcr-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of the best Clothing
Establishments in New York to supply me, Wm. T. Jen
nings, 231, Broadway, I am prenorred to oiler to my cus
tomers and the public. Clothing of a superior style and qual
ity. Please call and examine for vourselves.
septt a T. J. HOUGH. Agent.
0'NE : 1IUNDRED DOLLARS- REWARD.
Left my house of business, Broadway, Nashville, Ten
nessee, on Monday last, my boy JACKl He is of a dark
copper color, 5 feet S or 10 inches high, weighs 150 or ISO
pounds, rather spare made; j resents rather a bold and im
pudent appearance. He is w ell known to moet of the citi
icns, having lived here 8 or 10 years. I will give the above
reward for his apprehension and delivery t me, if taken
out of the county or Davidson, nnd f 00 if taken in said
county. 1 Nashville. Dec. 9- IdSw. ' D. SEARCY.
r-iOR S ALET-TtVJ 'NT Y-FI V E ACRES OF
II.AVIl nt no ni iJea from Nashville, in District No. 8. and
imnieiliate'lv on the Liberty mail, one milo from the Frank
lin l"ike. and about three hundred yards from the Owen
and Winsted Pike.
rH,v2 It. .V. BA1J.OW. EOeneral Agent-
T7S1TSALE-A LIKELY NEGRO WOJ1AN,
X 2"- years old, and Child 8 months old well recon-
inendcdas a superior House servant -low tor cash. A p.
ply at the Sequoyah Hotel, or to
nov30 DAUBS A PORTER. Xt Cedar st.
rplli: UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
JL with him in business, JO. T. GIBSON, of this city,
under Ihe style of STEVENS A (ilHSON.
We have removed to Noel's new building. No. S College
street, opposite Edwards A Harris", 2d. door from Church
street, and would respectfully solicit from my former cus
tomers a conf inuanco of their patronage.
Nashville. Dec fi. 1S63. JNO. P. STEVENS.
CU.1IIIERLAND COAL The undersigned bus
at his yard, or College street, oposite Cap. Home's
Paint Shop, a tine lot of the best Cumberland Coal, which
will be sold at the market prices. The public are invited
to call and try this coal. JAMES HUGHES.
Having Wagons and Teams. I am at all timespre
pared to furnish mr old customers and friends with Sand
and Gravel, or to do any hauling that may be required.
Nashville. October 20, 1853 J. H.
FOR SALE OR KENT. A new Frame Hotuejuit
completed with seven rooms, well plastered and p .
pered. Situated on Church street, in Ilines additional
Nashville. The said house is about four hundred yards
from the. Female Academy, and will be sold on reasonable
For further particulars enquire of R. L. Crenshaw, er
aug18 W. D. ROBERTSON. M'LetnorB st.
I7-OK RENT FOR TIIE NEXT YEAR.
: the Third Story. Rooms suited for Offices or bed
rooms on the second floor, and shorn and offices on tae
ground floor ofthe Union Buildings on the corner of Cedar
and Cherry streets, opposite the Post Office. Apply to
novlS tf S. P. A LLISO.V. No. tl Cherry st.
TTOR SALE A SECOND HAND BUGGY
No. 17 Deadcrtek t.