Newspaper Page Text
... - J mill u ! y j,,(P
NASH VI LLE:
WEDNESDAY HOUSING, DEC. 21, 1853.
E3F Cumberland river w on a atand; there are
now only two feet on the Shoals. The A. L, Davis
left yesterlny for Paducnli.
Theathk. Contrary to our expsotalions, there
vvss but v. ritaagre Mtewfenoo test night, to wtnoss
Mr. NRAJrtusf tragedy of IIaiwlde ; but this was
doubtless owing tb the extreme coldness of the
wentlieiC !ot withstanding tins poor house, how
ever, tho Ttey wag -well performed, aud gave en
Thr KnKK8i& litis accomplished. Ethiopean
Troupe had an excellent bouse, at Odd Fellowsj
Hall, last night, notwithstanding the unfavorable
state of the weather. Their performance! wcie
chaste, as well as laughter-provoking; and the au
" f dienoe retired highly delighted with everything they
, have seen and heard.
fjf This excellent Company will stay but a short
lime in tlie oily, and we wouW advise all who aro
fond of good sieging not to m the opportunity.
07" The Ifon. Sam. IIoostox has arrived in our
city and will remain a day or two, as we are in
formed, with lik old fricuds here, and then proceed
to Washington city to resume his senatorial labors.
The General is apparently in fine health and spirits,
looking as weH as we ever saw hint.
Els' We were pleased to see so many of 'our
citizens at the Dancing Soiree given by the pupils
of II. St. ilAUR Stuart on Monday night at Odd
Fellows' Hall. Sir. S. has given entire satisfaction
to his numerous patron daring his stay in our city,
and tliey would be glad that he would farther pro
long his professional visit
Wa are glad to learn that extensive ar
rangement are being made for the delivery of the
lectures of the Itev. Dr. Dj-.wey-,. The price of the
tickets will be so moderate, that will enable all to
hear these lectures, and we hope the opportunity
will be improve ! by onr citizen?.
iST" We have been requortod to state that there
will be a meeting called on Thursday next, at the
CityJIall, for Hw purpose of taking into conside
ration the propriety of establishing a Military In
stitute in tin State, Several speeches aiay be ex
pected on the o ccaeiofi.
Jin. Emtor. Please give notice that the Fair
and Supper, for the benefit of the Fiotestant Orphan
Asylum, will take pkee on Thursday, the 22d inst., j
at Odd Fellows' Hall.
Although the gentlemanly Troupe of Ivunkel's j
Nightingales, lid engaged it for the week, thej- j
have kindly given up their engagement, on the 22d
for the sake ofthe Orphans.
The Fair will pen at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon
and at Gi in the evening. Supper at lwlf-jmst 9.
AumiUaBwte the Fair. 20 rent?, Children ha'f
Sapper ttokels oxlrn, 7o cents.
In behalf f the Manager,
Mr. II. G. Soovel, Secy.
tFO THE CXIOX AXD ADtBCU!.
A PLEA FOlt FRESH AIR AND AN OPEN ACRE.
1 would call Hie attention of our "City Fathers" and tlie
cifiieis of Na simile, to an improvement which all (who
love a breath cfcotvl iurs i.irlhro' our long duky Simmers
with the mercury at yO to 100 dep.) will admit to be of great
importance nixl real value, (if our lives or our health, and
lliose of oar children are accounted of any value) to our
beautiful and rapidly pwiug city. It is not to urge a new
. railroad or increasing city patronage to old ones, for we
Iiavo done our dHty and no more to improvements of this
character, and our city is already beginning to reap and
will ii'linutely reap a rich aud reaiun;rativc reward for all
its outlays. Her population is rapidly aurmenling, her
trade, and especially wholesale, increasing, and she, as a
city, yrarly risking in respectability and importance, as well
as couii.iercial ii.iiuem among the cities of the South. I
will predict nothing with respect toiler various manufac
turing interests. Agricultural and ileclmnical, hut c.f one
tiling I am oonttoVnt, the completion of the Southern lines
of Railroads wilt nave a marked iutluenee to swell thenum
berofher wealtliy nident citizens. Few of the wealthy
Planters in the Snniheni .uut Southwestern sections of Coi-
toa acd Cane bunds will hetvalur spend the hot seasons
with their families upon th.ir plantations, or as heretofore,
along the Gulf ot Mexico. Tpey will instinctively seek Sum
mer residences alxive tl e Yellow Fever line, which so de
vastated the Snutlifro iHiriinns of Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, and 'lexas, the riit year. Neither thel.ulf
nor theiural Districts aflVded anv security against its ui-
jiroaeli. Many yearn must pass without a recurrence of
cud the dread of another iaitutioo will be oblusrated trom
their memories. Tht most wealthy planters will look out
for their f.unilv n--iit' n"a lUtbemosS desirable localities
in the Uppei Ciuutry," nl.tre the f(itol'"Vellow Jack"
hath never irou; in oiir ialand cities and pleusaut towns,
affurding d-sirable society, and the advantages of school
' the liit irder lor llieir uns and daughters. Whet e is
there a citv tlwt can compete with Nastiville ia all these
adnuttageiy Nashville i that place, and when the J-outh-ern
RailumdS aie ciu'ieied, Nai-hville, I say it unhesitat
inglv, will be that City, and lie comug live and tin years
will prove the truth fit' this prediction. I lay no c!a"un to
the gift prophetic, for I have lieaid ecough from the lips of
planters tbemsehes, m travelling thro' tbeSottlh, to satisfy
me. Nashvilte, iu srtteof "croakers' and "old Hgies,"has
a brilliant tutiire ljetore her, as well asapiesent enviable
reputation in a!inot every resjiect I appeal to our
"talhers.' and tn my telkiwitieus that we provide for the
one to come, and pioti'cl the pre.s lit, I plead for the litallh,
eoiafort and pleasuie ol the present and futme citi7ns of
Nashville. Cities to be healthy, like the human body, tnut
have Ihuijk as well as le 1'lie Father of our being kind
ly provides thesf and puie uirlorall his children, but have
our city lathi rs pmvidtil one tsihtary "breathing place" for
tho 28 it"' children ol the "City ot Kocks?" litre are the
"rvqaraiory " :"' " ' this cramuied and ciowdtd city?
Where has uct-u rf-ervedasolitaryacri', yea, square yaid of
cool, shaded, wntci ed, grewi urd, iu or near this gieat
city? where I'urjKwr pditup, saliow-faced, sickly chilutvn.
fedasthry are, Ir.nii Maicl: to Decern oer, on perfumed (! i
lime-stobe and coal dust, and ,iur r oor weakly wives, God
help them, can occaioually go forth and inhale the sweet
virgin breath ol liravcn, nd quaff cool draughts of the dis
tilled and doubly reuued waiergiLshing from the bowels of
theearth? Oh1 "how the enjoy inent of tnese would send the
crimson and lose tint tn the pale cheeks of the thousands of
our weaklv children, and vipir, ucrveand stivngih to their
Invalid mothers aud nnrs.s: How relaxing to the mind
and invigorating to the IxhIj of our trade-worn merchants
and crowds of clerks and artisans to turn their backs, if
only once a week, iqion Cumbei land river water, lime and
coal dust and l"deg. l'arcnhest, and taste a bit of Na
jurel How uunr eai s supjiose e w ould it add of health
..l rpn he Vv'htre. Oh. ye Citv Fathers and ye men of
Nashvilie, here, in w iucli way can w e now turn or rust to
cet rid ot tne dustand heal of hummer and Autumn, or cn
uy thetrfsliuewot ,-pniig lor one hhort houi? Where aie
Ihe "lungs" !" this n ' "A heie can w e go to breathe, and
let our children taste' ihe uutainted air ot beaten aud the
cool water fiom the bnx-i ot their mother earth? Are not
the children ol this cut, and 1 cau but ask it, us I look up
on the graves ot tU w it ix'.l' vaud the mother Letw ecu them,)
" arenoi mr cluhlieii dtiug jfumilu, Jyf It so there are
cau-os. Tnai tin re is out, I am confident. The city is not
ttttUtusti. Wo hat u no pure air, no reset ve acres, no
j-Udcd watered paiks.no walking or riding, or breathing
grounds; but which war jou turn, if fair weather is lmie
.Mone dust, it loul and et, liuie-sUme i.
fogain ask is it ever to be Uiur Jiust we forever cn
ilure it and endure it wlicn IhiHy or lilty thousand more
ofcitizeus, anisaiis and ojierulitt's and oihcr clnldreii are
crowded into our citv, and the air is loaded wilh the scot
and cinders and dut ot scores or i.reofHr?(vwaiid tltam
ftujitutf ill not utailuie to provide for the necessary
ventilation of tins city h. ;! acics or shaded parks, prove
Imth an injurv aud a . .";' :'riiv to the character ot
ibis citv? There can tic no question ol it. At what im
mense cost other citie lave provided thesf indispensable
Inxunee for 'ueir diz?ns- BaltimtTc is pniuntig to
spend a half million at least in a brod areaa iliit
j.iatl extend around the whole circuit of the city.
W.ita.tolnhin now desrveii the name ol the "Park Cut"
in addition to her -heady niunerous and extensive public
i h..e ...IbI iinot'icrtmmenseiiaik tlie present tear. '
Iw v.irL-iv.lu.rlt.ittcrt.anduavs. and brides lutvm r
iwrkshundiedsof thousands use r.iuicn isianu aim iiou--en
hei"his duiu.g the summer; and tct wilh all these j
breathii.Stilice.. sue 1mm purclias d unother mammoili
park die present t ear ! WIkj b.is visited Boston when tne
to stv it sigh' n'd -hjov a rich treat, lias not tyished to- ,
waris the Common ? lint why tantalum rayself by recall- .
ine the remembrance ol these txauties and luxuries
-Vnthe I'liiiadrlphian, or N.w Yoiker, or Bostotuan ,
-isits us, and hall tilled ith lime dust and suffocated with ,
beat beaskstobeconducted to tue yirt u, -blow tff," (
vhatnnlv can weinke? Aie wc compelled to admit "we ,
liavcnopark, sir " "What : Nashville 00 park ? Well lwt .
us ndeHit t f ihe city, lor 1 shall suffcote at this rate. '
1 ani sorrow to inforBJjim ihe dust and heat of our roads
are far wore uupresstve liau the street of the citj. "Well,
Mr 1 leave in 4lie next stage, boat, or cai, t.r sume place
that is endurable, as lia noting upon this -rock, wuliout ,
.nir water, or shade, is more than htunan nature can tn
dure '' And will iwt ho luxury of beautiful airing
fiioundsfurainngandenerciscbean mdueenient to those
liekuii hcinesi tor ttteir wivesand children 1 Rear us, (for ,
Jkuow I sl!ak frtlKHiandM oh, e lathers : lor tins one
lhiu- tou liavekmdlyfcentths water ol the Cumberland ,
to ad'oir houses, and l.ghts thro' all our stieets, and now I
with light and water, gite iu, fur life a sake. an. luir ,
fora L1 ' A1 '
UST RECEIVED. 1U)LT AND
J MALTBY'S SUPERIOR PLANTKD Alr;SJU
ii.iui ,.' Stui!!. side, betwcea Froiu and
jlarkft'sis. AH Oy'siers sold a. this DeH.C re ttarranted
fresh and good. W ILLIAM L MILLER
PeiaLmency! Lf Udav. the ineetingcalled on Satur
Ay osVtoSle action upon "the question ol r the , issuance or
Ihe Bonds of Davidson CoutUy, was postponed until tatur
dav thti 7th ot Januarj7 lsi4.
Nashville, Dec. IV, 158.
Nashville, Dee. 21.
Cottox. Tho transactions in the market were rather lim
ited yesterday, in consequence of the small amount offered
for sale. Monday's figures are fully sustained, and 73 bales
changed hands at $7aS 80a9.
- New Oeleans, Dec 14.
Cotto.w Our last report left the Cotton Market with a
moderately fair demand, and we had occasion to remark
that prices had attained to more steadiness and tirmnets.
On Saturday a very fair extent of bniu?ss was again trans
acted, the sales reaching about 8,000 bales, at well-sustain-cd
prices. On Monday the market opened with a very fair
enquiry, but business seemed to be somewhat checked by a
demand cfrather more full price. Subsequently, however,
on receipt of the Arptic's advices, the demand became more
aclire, ami resulted in sales of fully 10,300 bales, the advan
tage in prices being slightly on tlie side of sellers, especial
ly for the Middling and lower grades. Yesterday the mar
ket again opened w ith a good enquiry, but purchasers were
met by a demand of even more full prices th,an on the day
previous, while at tbo same time they had sin advance in
freights to contend with. These obstacles cheeked opera
tions somewhftt, and the sales of the day were about 5,000
bilta; which would make a total for the three days or23,600
balls taken for .England, France, Spain, the Continent and
the North. Wo advance our quotations an ya. cent lor
Todacco. The Tobacco market has'beeuvmiet and hea
vy for a we.k or two past, and within that period we have
had no transactions of consequence to notice. We now
learn, however, that within the last day or A wo sales br.ve
been ttrected to the extent of about 1500 to 2000 hhds, hut
no particulars could bo obtained. UndeOhese circum.
stances we continue former quotations. Say for
becs Factory cents.. 5J a 5
" Planters' ! a G
Lsap Inferior C a GJ
Tair j-.'?. ..GJ a
" Fine..... 7 a 7J
" Choice Selections -....8 a 0
'Arrived since the 9th inst 758 hhds. Cleared in the
same time for Leghorn 75'.', Liverpool 152 hhds. Stock in
warehouses, and on shipboard uot cleared on the 13th in
stant 2S.152 hhds. ,(
RETORTED FOR THE TJNIOX S: AMERICAN.
Atlanta, Dec 16, 18S3.
Dear Sua Fork dull at 4c gross, market, well supplied.
Weather rather too wane for slaughtering. Cotton sells
readily at Ca9Jfc owing to .quality. Corn G0aG5c $ bu,
shelled; Meal G5a70 do; Oats G0a55c da A few shipments
received this week. Wheat 8alOQ bu. - Flour 5aC3?
bbl, good demand. Irish Potatoes in enquiry during the
past week. Apples, green, 1 ? bu, market well supplied.
Hay E. Tenn, 81 25 1 100, scarce aul ingood demand.
Eggs 15c do7en.
Respectfully, Seago, AmorT Co.,
General Commission Merchants
RICH AND KI.KGANT FUUS
AT FRANCISCO & WHITMAN'S. There are fewar
I ieles in which the unnracUsed eve is more liable to be
deceived than in Furs.
There may be avat iation of several dollars in two Mufls.
or Victorine'. and vet nine persons out of ten mav bi una.
bltlo detectthe difference when they view them apart from
each other, at Fraucisco & Whitman's Hut Store, .No ; Pub
lic square, tlie Lames can rely upon gelt.ng a good article
that shall be in all tespects what it is rcconimci.ded to be.
and at a reasonable mice. Ourstock is verv lanrcand (veil
assorted, consisting of Hudson Ray Sable, Canada Sable,
Superior Sets of Stone Marten, Lynx Fitch Ba-lgers, and all
I lie lower greuesol lurs, made up m tne most lasiuoiiaDIe
OUR HOLIDAY ST VLB.
A CCORDING to our regular custom, wo introdnce this
jlJl day our Holiday Hat. A new and original style, and
gotten up in the most elegant manner. We feel assured that
it is but to be seen to be admired.
FRANCISCO k. WHITMAN, .
declO Fashionable Hatters. No. 2S Public Square.
DA RENTS AND C UA KD1AN.S Are invited
JL call and examine lh beautiful assortment of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Caps of the latest and mo-t
approved styles, which are for isale at the splendid hat es
tablishment of FRANt'lSCO WHITMAN.
declO No. 23, Public Square.
rpJIEJIETROX'OLlTAN II AT. Those persons
JL who wish a neat and comfortable business Hat, would
do well to call and examine those beautiful new styles that
we have just received. FRANCISCO & WHITMAN.
declo 23, Public Square.
Vf OTICE.-AN ELECTION "FOR DHtEC".
X l TORS to serve the ensuing year, will be held at the of
fice of the Union Rank on Monday 2nd Januarv next
dec7 til lstjan. J. CORREV, Casher.
?iOR SALE. A VERY DESIRABLE LOT.
l'rontinir 115 feet on Spiuce street, betn een Church and
Broad, ruuninir back from 1C0 to ICS feet, aud frintintr 115
feet on McLeinore street. Said lot will bo divided into two
or three low to suit purchaser-. Said lot has on it a large
uncK scnooi nonse.
AI.SO A desirable Countrv Resideice, about three miles
from the city, on Noleusvillc Pike a frame house with four
rooms, Ac A bargain will be given.
ALSO A brick house withsixrooms, Ac., No. 31 Spnice
stieet, near Cedar ard a vacant lot on Cedar near Spruce.
ALhU Aiicat Brick Cottage in Edgefield, with four
rooms, rear the rc-idence of Col. Ramsey. Said house was
formerlv occupied bv Rev. M.S. ltovce. " .Make carlv appli
cation to ' ' Ji. W. UR0V"N,
dec I Real Estate Agent.
VTECROESTO HIRE. TWO NECKO 3Ii:N
It held hands a likely young woman with two children;
three boys, rne l.", one 13, aud one U years old. I prefer
hiring said negroes to persons living on the north side of
Cumberland river, lsthd i-triet.
AIJsO FOR RENT A Frame Houe. with two rooms,
near Gailatin Pike, about two and a half miles from city.
Nrtes wilh the most approved security, ropuired.
Applv at ollice No. C'.t, Cherry street.
deciO R. W. BROWN.
IVE HUNDRED CHRISTMAS PRES
ENTS. We have in our House Keeniu!? deparlment
at least 5o.i different useful articles, any f which would
prove most acceptaoie i;iuu"si.u. t'Ubatrlb
We have a great variety of Bread, Cake, Spice, Plate and
Also, Tea, Sugar, and Coffee Canisters.
We have a large supply of Britannia and Block Tin Ware,
equal in appearance to toe best frosted, fretted, and biuv
lushed Silverware, aad far less costlv. The price3 are so
moderate that they are brought within the reach ot all clas-'
ses. iiie working niau may now oe witli'tlieattiuentin tbe.L
auonsoi ine umingiaoie, anu iiicreny engenuir in )
his familv a taste for the elegancies of life.
Chinese God. We have a variety of Chinese figures
of the most outree and bizinc character, quite ugly enough
to serve as ornaments for the c'a;erc or mantel piece.
Chinese Toys. We have a few boxes of Chinese
Tots each box contains?.") pieces, and costs only ?8.
Those who desire to attain popclaritv with the rising irene-
i rati, n, can in w do so, at a very small cost.
I Door mill Furlor Mats. Our stock of these is cx-
, tensive, varied and cheap.
1 Cookiti;; mid Parlor Stoves. A great variety
bought brtoic thelato advancein iron, and for sale cheap.
Wrotisbt Iron ('ookinc Stoves. We have but
twentt-tite ot these line stoves, of the family size en hand,
t If any of our friends desire to give so valuable a Christ-
mas present as this they ought to make prompt application
i to secure one.
decli; SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO
! rrvliE SUBSCRIBER LOANED A VOLUJIK
I of ST. PIERRE to some gentleman about one ear
since. Whoever has it will confer a gnat favor bysendingit
to the subscriber at theSewauce.
JI. W. WETMORE.
17OR SALE. Four valuable Farms, on the Caney
. Fork River, 75 miles lroui Nashville, 20 hours travel
by stage well timbered, good stock farms, and the river
na igable for steamboats 7 or fl months in the year. Those
wishing to engage in ihe Lumber trade, or in raising ttocek
would do well to give me a call.
A. L. DAVIS,
Sept tf n At tlm U. S. Mail Packet Ollice. -
SupiHirter fur Ladies, under the most eminent Medical
iiatronage. The great reputation of this SupjHirter, its
lightness (bsing entirely without metalic preasurel and
above all, its remed ial effret, h-ive caused a most extensive
demand for it in all parts of Ihe United States. Thousands
of Ladies are now wearing it with ease, com fori, and ad
vantage. To amid counterfeits, apply tonly) to the agents,
(all others are couutcrfeits.)
deel t EWIN BROTHERS, Nashville.
INDOVV GLASS,-(71.ASSWARE, AC
J'-n boxes Windjw Glass and Glassware, just re
ceived aud for sale. EWIN BROTHERS,
TT'IVH BBLS. BEST FURNITURE VARNISH,
i'' .Vi boes FireCrackers.
I11O gross Patridgu's Matches.
1 cask best Dutch Madder, received and for sale low.
fiMMT. VERATRIA VEVIDI. SIX DOZ
I Ni.rivnnl'sTiiict Veratria Yendi. 011 sale.
jcci-, v EV.'IN BROTHERS.
-7 I'A I K17l"VI NGS TON'S DORMANT PLAT-
FORM SCALES. 1 pair Platfemi Scales.
For sale at cost and carriage.
!ecl- EWIN BROTHERS, Nashville.
BY VIRTUE of the Decree ot the County Court of
Sumner, I shall on SATURDAY the8Utdayot De
cemlier, 13, n;on the premises s-lla verv rich and valua
ble TRACT OF LAND Iving in the coimtv ot Sumner,
omitaiuins TllREK HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES.
Ttiere is abiiit 1 mi acres of open Luid, the balance Will
timbi-reil and well watered, 11 m-vcr failing Spring; well
calculated for a STOCK FARM -the soil is very rich, and
lies tu I!; it beinR a part ot the (!noe Creek Bottoms, four
miles mirth of llartsville, and fifteen miles east of Gallatin.
TuaMs lmio cash, the balance in two equal annual pay
meats, bond and two good securities required lor the pur
chase inoiiev, aud a lieu retained. JKSSK TUCKER,
deel I id. Commissioner.
FOR SALE. A TRACT OF at)
J JL Ac
.rres.on the Lebanon Pike, 3i4 miles from Nash- 1
ville. well watered and nnproted, 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 1
is a good cedar log house. There is plenty fire wood on I
the place; negroes and a few mules, and brood mares will (
be taken in part payment. 1
These places can be bought for much less than improved
land is selling for at tlie same distance from town. Pos-
session given lstof next January. For partic-lars apply
on the premises. WM. H; RA 1 .
RANGES. 15 BBLS
J received and for sale low by
LonisviixE, Dec. 20. The river i3 rising with -1
fee't10 inches in the canal. The weather Is very
'CufcmATr, Dec. 20. The river is falling'.
Weather clear and clod.
Fburlirni at So 15a5 23. Whisky 21$. Hogs
firm at Si 25a4 30. Holders are mostly asking? 4
30a4 35. Provisions firm no sale3 of importance
excepting 2,000. pieces Green Hams, deliveaable at
Madison, on private terms.
PiTTsncno, Dec. 20. The river is at a stand with
5 feet 5 inches in the channel
Large mid Valuable Side
rX SATURDAY, TIIK21TII DAY OF DE-V-J-CEMIiHR.
1853, at the Court House ia Nashville, at
11 o'cloc'i, wilt besold at public sale to the highest bidder,
unless previously sold at private sale, on u credit of one and
two vears, without interest, the following REAL ESTATE,
THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE,
TYoniing on Cherrv r.treet with Lot No. 52. SB feet front
running back 50 feet to an alley, now occupied on the lower
lloor-bv Drs. Winston & Jones, and tho ihird lloor by the
Sons ot Tomperanee.
This house is substantially built, has one of the best cel
lars" (eight feet deep) in the city, coal vault attached, and
stoue pavements. Several rooms in it have been lately plas-
icred, juiniea ami papcrea, ana uass lairoduceu into tlie
llall of tlie Sons of Temperance. It rents this year for
A BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
With Lot No. 74 on Cedar street, next to the Catholic Church,
25 feet front running back 105 feet to an alley cow occu
,pied by Dr. Thos. Wells.
This house is one of the best built in Nashville; tlie stone,
brick, and carpenter's work being of the first order, and
me siyia moaern anu in gooa tasie it lias nine ruoms,
most of them large, besides halls, kitcbcn. scrvant'a rooms,
smoke house, stable, and a hydrant. It has this vear been
thonmylily drained by an tfocttuil rock drain sunk tvo feet
below the basomcnt Hoor by Wm. Haslam, with a written
ffunm ntfrom him inturinq it from being troubled bywa
'.teror dai'n'piiess during his life time. It has been this year
inorougmy repaireu, ana lue nrsi ana second stones liand
somcly jiapered and painted, as well as all of the out side
FOUR LOTS' IN SOUTH NASHVILLE,
Two fronting on Cherry street 30 feet each, running back
ISSJilect toa 10 find alley,- known as i.ois fto. 5 and 6, ai d
the next hnttwo to tbo bnck store belonging to Isaac Paul;
and two fronting on "College street extended" SO feet eacb,
runmngoacK i;i3 ieci 10a iu iooi alley, knownaslotsA
and 11 next to Mr. Hay no's residence.
Notes wilh approved security, payable in Hank, will be
requueu, auu u iiea rciaiuuu uutu ine paymeiii.01 me pur
chase money. dect0 2wJ A. D. liEKRY.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
LANDS, NEGROES AND STOCK; in lots to suit
purchasers. On WEDNESDAY, the ISth JANUARY,
1S54, and days following, at PUBLIC AUCTION, at
Cooperville, near Cherokee Ford, Broad River, Union Dis
trict, South Carolina, will positively be sold to the highest
bidder, the following described valuable property, viz:
ltt. IRON WORKS, at Cherokee Ford. Broad river,
with all the Mills, Furnaces, Shops, Hotel, Store, and other
buildings; also tho Dam across Broad river, and the privi
leges of the charter, together with a tractof Land, of from
2,500 to 3,000 acres, immediately around the Works, aud on
both sidesof the river.
2d. Eight thousand acres of LAND, in Spartanburg, Un
ion and ork Districts, iulotsof from 150 lo 500 acres.
N. B. Plats will be furnished at the time of sale.
Cd. Sixiy-seven NEGROES, consisting ot 40 prime, able
bodied Men, many of them mechanics and expert workers
in iron, and 27 oaien and Children.
lih. All the STOCK at the Works, consisting of Cattle,
Mules, AVagons aud Patterns;
Bar Iron, Nails aud Castings,
Oats, Corn, Hay and Fodder;
Merchandise, such as is usually kept in a country store;
Hotel and House Furniture.
Tkrsis. For the Iron Works and the Land, one-fourth
cash, balance by bonds payable in one, two and three years,
with interest from day of sale, aud secured by a mortgage
of 4he property.
For the Negroes, one fourth cash, and the balance hy
brids payable in twelve months, with interest fiomdav of
sale, and approved personal security.
For theStock.&c, cash, ornpproved notes, at siv months,
with interest from day of sale, and made payable at the
Bank of Chester, at Chesterville, S. C.
Purchasers to pay for titles, Ac
The sale u ill commence at Cooperville, at 1 1 o'clock, a. ni.
on Wednesday, the lslh January, ls.51, and will be contin
ued from day to day until the wboln property is Fold.
Persons wishing lo atteud the sale, can be accomodated
with good board at Limestone Springs, about six miles from
Cooperville, where the salewill take place. Coo(ervilIelie3
betwten Yorkvilieaud Spartanburg Court House.
For further particulars applv to
WM. U. 'IIKRIOT, Charleston,
or to A. M. IiATHAJI, Cooptrville, S. C.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Dnviilson County Court November Term, 1653.
George D. Hamlett, Adm'r, and others, J
Snnire Johnson, and others. )
TT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, iu this
JL case, that two of the defendants, to wit: Squire Johnson
and his wife Martha Johnson, arc non-residents of the State,
being citizens oftheState of -Missouri, aud that the usual
process of this Court could not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made in some newspaper for
thirtv dins, requiring fiiid defendants to appear at the De
ceuer Term of this Court, and plead to tho petition, other
wie the same will be taken for confessed as to them, and
set for hearing, er part. F. R. CHEATHAM,
Novti w Afiv till dec 'J Clerk.
VALUABLE LAND AND NEGROES FOR
Y virtue of a decree of the Countv Court of Davidson
County, rendered at its December term, 1553, in the
case ol 1 nomas t annutli, et al, vs. Joan t annum, et al,
1 will, on the 2Slh day of December, 1S53, at the latj resi
dence of Thomas Warmuth, deceased, in Civil District No.
5, sell to the lu'ghest bidder, luS acres of Land, in parcels to
Also The following Slave, to wit: Abner, Mary, 3Iar
tha, Albert, Priscella, Louisa and Marix
Said Land lies within of a mile of Ant'och Depot, is
well watered and timbered, and well suited for farming
purposes; lia3 on it
comlortable levelling House and all
1 t .rft.i t.v.:l.i: . . '
necessary out-houscs, aud many beautiful building sites
Tcniis. The Negroes will be sold on a credit of twelve
months; the Laud on a credit of one and two vears. Pur
cha'ers will be required to nve bond with approved secu.
cunty, anu a Hen win lie relainca on me J
Land until the our-
chas.; money U paid. dec7 F. R. CHEATHAM, Clerk.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court November Term, 1853.
E. A. Mabry, Adm'r,
Daniel D. Mabrv. and others.
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, in this
case, that tho defendants, Wm. H. Mabry and Lewis
Mabry, arc non-residents of the State, and that the usual
process of this Court can not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made for thirty days iu some
newspaper, requiring said defendants to appear and answer
at the next term of this Court, December, 1853, otherwise
they will be proceeded against by default
F. R. CHEATHAM,
novO 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, 1S53, in the
case of Thos. J. Adams and others, vs. Mary A. Adams aud
others, I will offer for sale on the premises, on Thursday
the 2t'th of December ls.V, a tract of land containing about
25 acres, more or less, situated in Davidson County, on the
Murfreesboropikeabout In miles from Nashville.
At the same time and p'aco I will also oiler for sale a
negro woman need about 5o years.
Said property will be sold upon a credit of 1 and 2 years,
notes with good security requited and a lien retained upon
the Land until thu purchase uioucy is paid.
F. R. CHEATHAM, Cleik.
de'c7 tri-w. w. A d. until sale.
VALVABLE NEGROES FOR SALE.
t 1)Y virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
1 J.3 County, rendere 1 at the December Term, ls.-,3, in the
j case of Geo'rge l. Hamlet, Administrator and others, rs S.
I Johnson and othcr, 1 will offer for sale to the highest htd
I der for Cash, the following Negroes, to wit: Mahala, a wo
I man aceJ about ; W tea s, Hartlv. about 21 years of age.
Nathan, about 23 years of age, Wiley, about Is years ot
age, Jcunv, about U vears of age, Loitv about 11 years of
age, Andrew, about 11 yews of age aud Jim, about s years
Said Negroes belong to the estate of Abraham Earheart,
deceased, will be sold at his late residence near the Nash
ville and Springfield road, about 1 i miles from Nashville,
011 Friday 1
Dec 30th, 1H53. F. R. CHEATHAM,
decl l tri w c d td
LOT FOR SALE.
Henry E. Hyde vs Itlilla Shannon anil others.
BY virtue of a decree of the Couuty Court of Davidson
ceuntv, rendered at the December Term, ls53. I will
effer for sale at the Court House in Nashville, on Saturday
the Slst of December,-1.)3, the following Lot of ground, be
longing to the estate of John Hyde, deceased, situated in
Nashville 011 Line Street, known as Lot No. 130, fronting
41) feet cn said street aud running back 122 W feet, on the
following terms, to wiu Fitty Dollars will be required in
Cash and the balance on a credit of one and two t ears.
Notes with good securilv required, and a lien will be re
tained uiion the Lot untiilall the purchase money is paid,
deel 1 triwAd td F R CHEATHAM, Clerk.
Fit ATTS SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SALE
AT JOS. F. DUNTON'S.
THIS extensive assortment of Books is still open, and will
continue so during the remainder oj the week. The lov
ers of Literature and sound reading will lindany descrip
tion of favorite Authors; besides, those who have presents
to make will find any assortment ofannals seldom offered
at Auction. Paper and other goods to which a special at
tention is requested. .
Sale on Monday, 10; Tuesday, 20; Wednesday, 21; Fri
day, 2 5; and Saturday, 24; night
decIS JOS. F. DUNTON, Auctioneer.
I. S. During the day at private sale for Ladies and Gen
tlemen who cannot attend during the night J. V. D.
C Tl I RLST.il AS PRESENTS AT J. F. DUN-
TON'S. A very handsome assortment ot Goods suit
table for Christmas Presents 1 fine Rosewood Ladie's
Work Table, and assortment of Work Boxes, Papier Ma
cha Maitcs udaid with Pearl. Together with a large as
sortment of other Goods too numerous to mention, and
which the public are respectfully invited to examine, as they
will be sold low to close consignments.
decIS J. F. DUNTON.
P. S. On Thursday 2 2d, commencing at 2 o'clock, I will
offer a very extensive assortment of of Dry Goods just .re
ceived J, F. D,
Nl. AHU AEJjAM,E PUBLICATIONS.
TO OX A JtUXLAXD, Cg, -1 1 Vniou .
1. -R00K OF THE WORLdWa Family Miscellany.
Edited by Dr. Gasply. Beautifully inus'lraled. 1
2. -THE ROOK OF NATURE: An introduction to tlie
Sciences of Physic, Astronomy, Chemistryfilinerology,
Geology, Botany, Zoology, and Physiology. Ry Frederick
Shtedler; translated by Henry Mcdcock.
8. OUTLINES OF ENGLISH LITER
Thomas R. Shaw, R. A.; with a sketch
4. CIVIL LIBERT1" AND SELF-GOVERNMENT.
Rv Francis Liebcr. LL. D.. authorof "Essays on Labor and
5. LIFE IN THE MISSION, THE CAMP, AND THE
C WESTERN CHARACTERS; or, Types of Border
Life in the Western States. By J. It McConnell.
7. PERSONAL SKETCHES OF HIS OWN TIME.
By Sir Jonah Harrington.
S. LIFE OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS. By Headlcy.
9. PASSAGES FROM THE HISTORY OF A WAST
ED LIFE. By a Middle-agodMan.
10. t-LIFE SCENES, Sketches in Light and Shadow,
from the World around us. By Francis A Durivage.
11. DICTIONARY of Select and Popular Quotations,
which aie in daily use, taken from theLatin, French, Greek,
Spanish and Italian Languages, with Law, Maxims, 4c.
CLOUDED HAPPINESS: A novel. Translated from
the French of tiie Countess D'Orsay; being No. 184 of
Harper's Library of Select Novels.
BLEAK HOUSE. By Chas. Dickens, Another supply
of the Cheap Edition.
THE COUNTESS DECIIARNEY; or, The Fall of the
French Monarchy. Hy Alexander Dumas.
THEATRICALPLAYS. 100 different kinds-this day
received and for sale by
DRAWING AND MATHEMATICAL IN
STRU3IENTS. A large and fine assortment of Drawing and Mathematical
Instruments, just received and for sale by F. HAGAN,
novSO . Market st.
FOR DECEMBER. Harper's .Magazine for December;
just received by F. HAGAN,
dec2 Market st.
One hundred doz. bottles, assorted, of this Superior Wri
ting Fluid this day received and for sale by
novSO ' ' F. HAGAN.
TIIE WORKS OF
store and tor sale by
CALHOUN AND WEBSTER in
COMMERCIAL BLANKS, Arc.
Blank Books, all sizes;
Blank Checks and Notes on Bank of Tennessee;
Blank Checks and Notes on Union Bank;
Blank Checks and Notes on Planters' Bank;
Blank Checks and Notes on Bank of Nashville;
Blank Drafts and Bills of Exchange;
Copying Books; Rili Paper; Copying Ink; Railroad Re
ceipts, Rill Files; Tin Cutters; Bill Heads, At, Ac For
saleby dec3 CHAS. W. SMITH, College street.
ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS FOR THE
The Floral Keepsake SO engravings elegantly coltreJ.
The Thouglit-Blossom edited by N. P. Willis.
The Home Annual, a Token for 1S54 edited by J. T.
The Gem of the Season.
The Golden Oifr, wreath of Gems, by Emily Percival.
The Amaranth, or Token of Remembrance, by Emily
The Lady' Jlanual of Moral and Intelleclnal Culture.
The Garland, a Tokea of Friendship.
The Magnolia, a Gift of Friendship.
The Casket, a Gift Book for all seasons.
Tho Gift of Flowers edited by Rufus W.-Griswold.
The Gift cf liove, a Token of Friendship.
The Benison, by Mrs. Sanford.
The Gift of Sentiment, a souvenir.
The May-llowcrs edited by Emma Florence.
Tho Christmas Box, a Gift for youngpeople.
Tho Rose, a Juvenile Keepsake.
The above named Annuals are bound in the best style,
illustrated with sttel plate and colored engravings, and are
admirably suited to delight the young as well as to amuse
the aged. For sale by
lecl4. JOHN YORK A CO.
THIRD VOLUME, GREENLEAF ON EVIUENCE,.fot
sale by dccH JOHN YORK & CO.
SWANN'3 TENNESSEE REPORTS. For sale by
deel t JOHN YORK A CO.
THE WORKS OF DANIEL WEBSTER:
Edited by Edward Everett Complete in 6 vols., with
fo'tr steel Engravings.
For sale by deel t JOHN YORK A CO.
DAY BOOKS, Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Record
Books, all sizes and qualities, Steamboat Books, complete
sets; Memorandum Books, 50 kinds; Foolscap, Letter and
Note Paper, and Envelopes, Ink, Gold and Steel Pens,
Sand, Blotting Paper, Check Books, Note Books, Bills of
lading, Ac, Ac. For sale by JOHN YORK A CO.
JOHN YORK A CO. have just received a variety of su
perior Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered
for sale in Nashville. Ectry Pin warranted .
In Chancery at Cnrtbase,
November Rules, 1853.
James li. Jeltrevs,
y Order of Publication.
Saunders F. M'AUister, and others.
ON MOTION, and it appearing to the Clerk and Master,
that Saunders F. M'AIhster is a non-resident: it is there
upon ordered, that an order of publication be made (orthiW1
1 .1 . 7 r . i r 1. 1- i . i t
MlCCessne wctus iuuic vriwni urm slitrTHw, puonsneu 1U
Nashville, Tennessee, requiring the said Saunders F. M
Allister to appear at the Court Home in the town of Carth
age on tlie lid Monday iu February next then and there to
Elead, answerer demur, to complainant's bill and amended
ill, and in default thereof, said cause will be taken for con
fessed and set forhearing exiKirie, Sic, as to him.
decfi Iw. IVinters' fee $ t. Clerk and Master.
In Chauccry al Cartha;c7
November Rules, 1853,
Thomas L. Draper and others, i
Ashury Cartright and wife, and others. )
ON MOTION, and it appearing to the Clerk and Master
of said Court, that Asbury Carter a wife, Luiana,
John 11. Law, Evilina I.aw, Martha I.aw and Louisa Law,
arc non residents of this State; it is thereupon ordered by
the Clerk and Master, that an order of publication be made
for three successive weeks in the Union and . I wrirai, re
quiring said non-resident defendants to appear at the Court
House in the town ofCarthagc, Tennes-ec.cn thc2dMonday
in February next then and there to plead, answer or demur
to complainant's bill, and in default thereof, the same w ill be
taken for confessed, and set for hearing ex imrU as to them.
dectf Sw. Printers fce?4 Clerk and Master.
P HILADEL1MILV ONE PRICE CLOTHING
STORE, Cedar street, near the Post Ollice, Nashville,
Tennessee. We respectfully call the attention of Gentle
men to the advantageous arrangement that we have recent
ly made for the purjiose of furnishing them with clothingof
superior quality, at much lower rates than has heretofore
been charged by similar establishments. The senior part
ner, (Mr. It. D.'Clitlon, residing and remaining continually
in Philadelphia, 1 having been for many years engaged in
the pnrehase of material and the manufacturing ofClothiug
in the liistern Markets, gives m decided advantages, which
we arc returning to the benefit of our customers. With this
arraneement. and the one price principle, we flatter our
selves that we shall be able to give satisfaction to all who I
may favor us with their patronage. I
flaking to Order. We have in our employ one I
of the most exiierienced and superior cutters in the United
States, and will warrant our work to give entire satisfaction. I
Our stock of Goods on hand is larce and beautiful, com-
prising all the latest styles of fabrics introduced. Gentle- j
men will please call anil examine our stock, I
novl CLIFTON A ABBOTT. I
PLOWS I PLOWS ! ! !
THE Southern Stales that have so long ps..r
depended on Pittsburg and Cincin- fT-jsX" I
nati for a supply of Plows, Wagons and ufiCiooa
other Farming implements can now pet all they want at the I
Agricultural Manufactory, on Market street, Nashville, 1
Tenn. We would call tlie attention of Planters and Mer- j
rhimls narticularlv to our verv lanre stock ot Plows, cou- ,
sistingofa great many of the most improved kinds now
aved Kinds now .
fend ' aU
in use, and at as low pi ices as tney can oe
from other nlaces At the same place may
kinds ol Vt agons, iiailroaa carts, tt neei narrows anu iiau
road Plows, Cultivators and Harrows. Those wishiog
Plows sent can order them direct from me or from most of
the principal dealers in such things in Nashville, as thev
keep them of our manufacture. GEO. C. ALLEN. Pres't
of Agricultural Manufacturing Company, Lower Market
street. Nashville. Tenn. nov24 1m.
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY.
I it. nu.TO wuuiu it-siieu.iuii iiiii.c fpiLJ&T.
attention rf the public to a sew axd
TUPRAVEil UlCTHOO OP lNSKRTlXfl ARTITICIVL
teeth, upon which he has been for some time practicing
with great success.
The improvement consists in the teeth being arrangtd np
on a plate of nure ptatinum, and by means of a silicious
compcuud the teeth and plate are cemented firmly togeth
er, leaving no interstices tor tne loagraeni or secreuuu o
food; at the same time forming an artificial gum beautiful I
and life-like in appearance, and which is represented on the j
inside ofthe teeth as well as out. J
Those interested are invited to call and examine speci 1
mens of this improved method at his operating rooms, No
57, up stairs, College st aug27 tf
5 I fT nYSA 1 WISH TO PURCHASE
e5?lvJUV $10,000 Stock in the Wire Suspension
Bridge, at par, payable in Merchandise at cash prices.
nsvltf 3m It tl. BROCKWAY, No.71 Public Square-
EW PRUNES JUST RECEIVED A FEW
cases Nejr Prunes and for sale, by
HATS ! HATS ! '
IairORTANT TO L.VDIES WATERI IELD
& WALKER haveiust received a beautiful assortment
cf tine dress Furs, to which thev n-il,linv;t ti. ttnt;.in
t or the Ladies. Their assoriment of Extra Rtackl.vnv Muffs
YKuroan dTsignT f "
"wslMtMBpnfMill the leading styles of the season,
w eT:?lst!e theirpurchase. late thev will sell them at
low and uuiform prices.
I -CCj.- WATERFIELD k WALKER.
rr1.?wS?iiiTTAK,':sT11E LKAI) ls
itjVh ?J?? atWaterfield & Walker's.-
, great iwputanty. The Hats theare nor minoM.mn
best materials, will retain their color thromrti all th r!
nous clianges winch they may be exposed, i new ,UDiT
reidy tonlay at -
deffl WATERFIELD & WALKER'S.
HATS AND CAPS 1'OIt BOYS-VA7rEIiS
FIELD & WALKER have tho largest assortment or
Boys' and Children's Hats and Cans erer olTered 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 varietv. Their prices will
be found in all instances moderate and uniform.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Hat and Fur Store, No. 20, west side Public Square, ner
to Powder's. dec-", t
THE undersigned would announce to the citizens of
Nashville, that they have effected an arrangement with
the Rev. Obville Dkwsv. for tho delivery of his famous
'Lowell Lectures" upon the ,ROBLlaIorHlJlAxDIsIST.,
These Lectures, twelve in number, were originally deliver
ed before the Lowell Institute, and were presented to that
Institution by their learned and eminent author. They
have excited the highest admiration for their eloquence and
originality in every city of the Union in which they have
In atlurdiujj an opportunity to hear this series of Lectures,
bv one so profoundlv actiuainted with Nature.so familiar with
science in lis niosi compretieusive sense, so original in
thought, so warm and benevolent in all his sympathies, and
so powerful in his oratoiy, the undersigned feel just reason
to congratulate the public and themselves. To correct any
uiisaj'jjiuiicusiu.i m mi; uiKsei, we wouiti state, mat tne
"I.owell Lectures" are only s6 far religious as religion is in
separable trom the subject of "Human Destiny and are
not intended to propagate any peculiar system of faith.
iiicucuici uriuuasueeu soncueu, nnu engaged at tne
pecuniary risk of the undersigned, and tickets ot admission
will be fixed at such rates as will nlaee attendnnm within
the power of the humblest, of which the public will be fur-
inn ttmiavummicimiB. i ue course win commence in tne
month of February, as Dr. Dewey's present engagements
n in nm uuuiu vi ui9 presence at an earner uav.
R J MEIGS. SEIL S DROWN.
ED II EWINO,
JOHN A McEWEN,
JOHN M LEA,
JOHN R EAKl.V,
W T BERRY.
AND J DUNCAN,
it A M ILUAJIJS
W U HUMPHREYS.
EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
Qt TILL continues to carry on the above business, and will
K) attend to all orders lor anything in his line or business,
with pi onmtness and despatch.
Just finished and for sa'e Buggies and Raronchcs, of
tne mnst tusmonable style
LYONS & CO.
Importers aud Dealers in Havana Cicars, To-
ii.icco, anu an Kinas ot r oreign i nies
No. 19 CtniR Street. Nashville.
Country cnlcrs respectfully solicited and punctually at
TpiG CHEWING TOBBCCO. THIS TOB AC'
12 co is far superior to any other now in use, being of the
purest kind, without any mixture or adulteration, it is a new
article in theSouthcrn countrv. and onlv wants a trial to
make it become universally ued. The only place it can be
luuuuiu ..tasuvuieisai i.iu.aiV iU-,
nor 13 lit Cedar street.
BRANDIES, WINES, &s. ALSO JL'ST RE
ceived several Quarter and Eighth casks ot the purest
French Brandies, Wines and Liquors of all descriptions.
tv e nave also just received a tew cascs'ot the celebrated
sciieidnam bcunaps. vt e respectluiiy mviie tne in spec-
iion ii country ana cny ueaiers. ii l u.o a uu.,
nov!3 " No. 19, Cedar st
ZlGAJtS IClTiARS ! I JUST RECEIVEI
J as tine and large an assortment of HAVANA CIGARS
as has ever been in Nashv.lle. Pleas call and examine
for vourselres, fir sale either wholesale or retail at
navl. LYONS A CO., 10 Cedar st
GROCERIES, AC FRESH ARRIVALS.
200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE-new crop;
2 j backs Laguyra Uouec;
20 do good Java, do,
lo " Mackerel, lish of '58;
20 Kits do;
20 boxes Cod fish;
20 " Smoked Herrings;
50 hhds. new Susror;
50 bbls. Molasses;
SOU " do;
" j'gal.qt jars Pickles;
" I.cmon Syrup;
" Pepper Sauce:
20 " Crushed "Sugar;
20 " Powdered, "do;
CO " Loaf do;
lo Tierces fresh Rice;
50 boxes and half boxes M,
100 drums Smyrna Figs;
10 bags S. S. Almonds;
2 casks Pecan Nuts;
2 bbls. Brazil, do:
fi " tot. uitters;
20 doz. painted Buckets;
10 Nests " Tubs;
5 Casks London Porter;
10 bags Alspice;
20 " Pepper;
10 " RaceGiDger;
With numerous other articles in the GROCERY line,
just received and for sale low for C A S II by
decll. c E. S. CHEATAAM & CO.
A BASKETS -nd boxes fine Champagne; a superior
tsv article 01 tne best brands, just received ami lor salt
E. a CHEATHAM i CO.
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, C.
inji CASKS OLD MADEIRA;
5'i " " Sherry;
;4. - ion;
10K PIPES PURE COGNAC BRANDY, old and fine;
201.; Casks, " " " " ' "
2 " Pipes, " HOLLAND GIN;
2 Puncheons IRISH HALT WHISKY;
in Box's assorted CORUIALS;
For sale by decll-T E. S. CHEATHAM & d-O.
BARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKY;
Fofsaleby decll. E. S. CHEATHAM A CO.
1 AA BARRELS, D D OLD CORN WHISKY
-vv For sale bv declll
E. S. CHEATHAM A iO.
f A BBLS. Pike's Magnolia Whisky;
0) 25 " Domestic Brandy;
10 " " Gin;
10 " Malaga Wine;
40 Boxes Star Candles;
2ii " Mould do;
So Bbl I.oaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugars;
5 Boxes best D. D. 1.0-af;
5 Bbls St Louis Golden Syrup;
1000 Lbs Dried Beef, canvassed.
For sale by fdeen R. F. REEL.
-HALF Pipes Cog Brandy, best brands;
O 10 Quarter Casks Port Wine;
10 " " Madeira do;
1 Pipe Old Holland Gin;
25 Doz Zinc Washboards;
SO COO Regalia Cigars, vai ions brands. For sale by
decll " R. F. BELU
O BitLS01d D. D. Tennessee Whisky, for sate by
ZiT) R. F. BELL,
decll. No. 23, College street, opposite Sewanee House
ENTS' FINE WINTER BOOTS ANI)
Super French Calf Stitched Doubled Soled Boots;
' " " Sewed Waterproof do;
" c u mlp an(i stitched Dress do;
" " " Extra Fine peg'd do do;
' " " Oxford Ties and Dress Shoes;
" " V.'a'erpiwf do and Brrfcans;
A large assortment, from the real Philadelphia manfa:
lures. Just received by RAMAGE 4 CHURCH,
novSO 42 College st.
1n ESII OYS'l'ERS. 500 CANS AND SO
Kegs Baltimore Oysters, just received and for sale by
nov2J. GKORGE GREIG.
BEEF. A SMALL LOT DRIED
X-'Becf of extra quality.
Received and for sale by
nov29. GEORGE GREIG.
APPLES. 10 DOZ. FRESH
X liiie Apples in glass jars.
Just received and fcr sale
PEACHES. 25 DOZEN
JI Vcaches ;n la33 and in ti
sealed. Forsaleuy taov20.
tin canisters Hermetically 1
UbUIIlib UKblti. 1
BRANDIES AND WINES ON !
X hand and for sale an assortment of fine
of extra quality Bnurbon Whisky. Just received and
for sale by
17RESII TEAS. J UST RECEIVED A FULL
X assortment of extra line Black and Green Teas, tvar
ranted superior by nov2'J. GEORGE GREIG.
CIGARS ON HAND and for sale a
choice selection Havanna and Principi Cigars by
nov20. GEORGR GREIG.
MATCHES. aOO GROSS MATCHES RE
CElVEDandfor.saleby rnov23 GEO. GREIG.
trOR SALE. A GOOD SKCOND-HAND
XI CARRIAGE and HARNESS. Call on
dec" tf JOHN H. SLO.VN, at his Livery Stable,
-17ORSALE ANEGROJI.VN.TALL, LARGE
X? and sensible, about 2C years of age, copper colon has
been working on the railroad four vears, most of the time
foreman in drilling, blasting, Ac. Has lately became rather
independent oflits master or manager a few nights since
tlie watchmen put him in jail, where he may now be seen
by traders, Ac. I wish to sell him. I never gave him but
one whipping. He was born mine and raised by me.
'decl.e tf B 2 miles west of Nashville,
tt mes, 01 every variety, wiucn lor quaiuy is warrantee. mvated and fatal stage. Let every Jlotner,
; equal uxaiiyouerea in maricci ana soia wnoiesaie or retail 1 well these remarks, that she may not nereaiier,
at the former low prices by fnov21.l GEO. GREIG. I n,u,rlr hlifht of some clierished
-iin iiAirniiitv trrncirv a i.'i.'it' ivu ; M.:nn l.titrlv to renroach herself for her
TO THE PrBLTC RADYVAY & CO., THE
Inventors, Manufacturers and Proprietors of the justly
i celebrated R. It R. Remedies, were tlie first to discover a
I Remedy possessing the Marvelous and ilirraculoos puwr
i of s topping the most Excruciating Pains in an instant al-
. laying the worst Cramps and Spasins either internal or ex-
Icmal, in a few minutes, and soothing the most nerrre
Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and TieDohireux;
as soon as applied. Tho It It It Remedies consist ot
I three KemediL'.. each nossessinir a nick and wonderful tw-
I ers orercertatn complaintsand diseases and will instantly
RELIEVE the Human Srstem from nam.
UL'I 1 L' I L 1 1 . II. . i r :
REGULATE eacb Orpin to Healthy Action.
RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposites.
RENOVATE tho bodrfroui all Currant Humors
REBUILD the WeakandBroken Down Constitution
KhbTUKK to Health, Strength and
and worn out parts.
K. K. IL 0.1. Kadway's Ready Relief, for all Acute j
v.uiupiaims, internal oruievnai. xno moment iLuap- t
plied externally, or taken into the system, it will stop the t
most excrnciktinr pain and quickly remove its cause. I
RHEUMATISM. Mr. Granger, a mason well known in i
Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Radwav's Readr )
Kelief relieved him from pain in fifteen minutes, enabled I
J"111 to walk two miles without the aid of stick or crutch in !
St? ys m' cured him entirely in one week. 1
.tUfn t oU,er e-pally as wonderful as the !
CU0LtlUM0RBU5.i-Baaway Ready-Relief will re
Iieve hesiifferer from M in fi or twenty minutet
11 .i t r ie aomtntR- KRenefis appUed.it '
blUh. lltVKACUb it will relieve the most tUstre'alnz
pams in fifteen miiiutes. It will likewise prevent renewed
AGUE. In ten minutes a tea spoonful cf It. it-iteKe
will stop the Chills and break; the Fever.
Aches of all kinds, Pains of all kinds, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lameness, One ap
plication of Railway's Ready Relief will, in a few moments,
entirely stop the pain.
It reduces swellings, heals sores, cuU and wounds, re
moves bruises, allays the most violent irritations. For all
pains use R. R. Relief. Look for the signature of Radiray
& Co. on each bottle.
R. R. R. NO. 2. Radway'a Renovating Resolvent
Resolves, Renovates, Rebuilds. It cures
Bleeding of the Lungs,
St. Vitus' Daace.
Bronchitis, Fever Sores,
1 1 he above eighteen complaints It. It Resolvent will posi
It renovates the system completely, Resolving away from
the Solids all impure Poisonous and Diseased Deposits, free
ing the Blood and Fluids of Lire from all corrupt humors,
restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and Strength to evety
Organ and Member of the body.
LETTERS FROM HlGU AUTHORITY.
Hon. J. J. Middleton, of Waccamaw, S. C, writes us
under date of May, 2J, l.W,that Radway's Rooovatng Re
solvent cured one of '.us negroes, on hU plantation at lieati
fort, of a ScrofuiotH complaint, of many yean" standing.
The poor fellow wai a disgusting object "of pity; Le was a
movtngmass of sores. The other negroes coul.l not remain
in the same place with him. He was entirely cured by
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, and isuo.vat work upon
the plantation. To the people of S. C. Mr. Middleton is
well known, and to the political world Mr. Middleton is no
SCROFULA When the patient lias been afflicted for
five years, or under, favorable svniutoms w ill uDnear on the
i in nil iiai aiterusiug iietiven!:
We have hod cases where old men of sixty years, who
have been scrofulous all their lives, entirely cured by Rad
wav's RenoTating Resolvent R. It Remedies exhibit tlieir
efficacy immediately. They do not keep the afflicted pain
stricken suilerer lingering in doubt, but readily exhibit their
efficacy; instantly relieving pain. renovatinr. restorice. te-
biulding, and regulating the diseased body, to health and
Mr. W. B. Oliver, oi Dayton. Dooly Co Ga.. under date
of May 30,1S5S, writes "that a servant girl who was. eo re
duced that no one would give a thrip for her life." She was
so covcied with sores tjat tberu was not a spot of pure flesh
of the size of a silver dollar on her whole body, was enUre
Iy cured bvRadwav's Renovating Resolvent
NINETEEN YEARS. Mr. Henderson, of WesUbrd.'
Mass., has been covered with sores fur nineteen years, and
cured by It R. Resolvent.
SALT RHEUM. The most obstinate cases of Salt Rheum
will quickly yield to the RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
One gentleman whe supposed that this complaint was he
reditary in his family, and had been afflcted with Salt
Rheum since his birth, was cured by the Use of a few bottles
of the renovating Resolvent, and the poisonous Rheum en
tirely erauicaiea trom nis system.
IT REGENERATES every onran and member ofthe
bodv: it makes sound, healthy and stomrall weak, diseased
and unsound parts.
WEAKNESS, in Mateor Female, is quickly cured, and
the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and
health v. Impotence and Nocturnal Emissions in men. or
diseases of either one or mors of the generative organs, are
quickly removed, and the body restored to a healthy and
LOW SPIRITS NERVOUSNESS. In women, the nu
merous complaints and ailments which cast such cluum
over their spirits, a few doses of the Renoratiag Resulvcat
wil! quickly remove, and the most nervous. Gloomy and ilo
depressed, feel healthy, strong and happy.
Persons wishing this remedy trill please ask for Radway's
Renovating Resolvent Its price is one dollar per bottle.
No small bottles, nor is tbe eenuine ever sold for less. Each
bottle bears the fac simile signature or
RAD WAV A CO.,lC2 Fulton st N. Y.
li. li. K., Tor sale by Uroggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Tennnessee.
MANDFIELDS A CO. Memphis.
HUDGIN, WELLS A JOILNSON,
novl 1m, Chattanooga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
FOR THE COMPLETE CORE OF
Covght, OottU, Injlutmn, Atthma, flronchith, tpiltinj cf
Blood, and all other Luny Chmjihint tending io
THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY!
T EADER ! have vou a Couch, which vou fje nelectinc
XVi underthe idea that it is only a common cold, that it
will soon "wear itself out?" Let a friend tellyon, in all kind-
ness, tvnat will soon be tne probable result. j
innsuurt lime, 11 juu niuuuuc tu ueiet. vuiuscii, j uu 1
will begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression across I
Then a drv. hackme Cowrfi will set in. and when vou raise
anything it w ill be a thick and yellowish, or white frothy 1
matter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If you sttll take no f
meuicine, mese unp;eaaant synipioics win increase, anu jvu
will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold Cliills, Night Sweats.Copt.
ous Expectoration, and t lieu Great frostration. If you still
neglect yourself, a few weeki or months will see you consign
. .'ii! I
en 10 me grave, leaving your ineuus ui luooru uuw mpiu
COVmTMPTinV Hid its wnrlr. and hurried vou awav.
rnenai nave you no cause iu oe nioruiruj miucamne 1
sketch you may see as in a glass, how every case of Con- :
nnmntinn nrooTesses. with more or less ramditv. to a fatal
tinmniitinn. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this 1
great Destrover has gathered to thejtomb, everysinle case J
began with a Cold I If this had bees, attended to, all might
hare been well but. bcinenealected. under the fatal delusion
that it would " wear itself," it transferred its deadly action
to the substance of the Lungs, exciting there the formation
of tubercles. Another, and another cold added fuel to the
flame, until thesj tubercles began to soften and suppurate
caving, by their ulceration, great cavities in the Lungs. At
his crisis, tlie disease is very difficult of cure, and ofteutime
sets at defiance all human means.
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes
arrest the disease, or check its progress, and will alwavs
. . I .r . I . . I ' ' 1 , 1 . 1 I" ' T
niaKe lue paueni more cuuuorui 1 le, aim prolong 111s ine, ulu
if taken at this time, will cure it Iff AS SURELY AS IT
ISTAKEN!-j This is strong language, but -ve can refer '
you to numberless living witnesses to prove that it is TRUE!
And therefore, we earnestly exliort every man, woman and
child, who ha3 a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med
icine by you in tlie house; and whenever you take Caid, Io !
not "let it alone" to work mischief in your svstein, buteradi- i
cate it thoroughly, at oiice, by this jxiwer, fully healing com-
pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry you in full
vigor to a gooa oiu age:
Have you delieata, weakly children, who are always taking
cold, and subject to Croup! Remember! There never was
case 01 uroup. wmcn uiu not originate in a couti Ami ,
when your child goes to bed wheeling and coughing, you
know- not that, before morning, Croup may not set tn. and
ere you can get a Physician, your dear child may be beyond j
the reach of help. We beseech you therefore, as you Talne 1
the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in the j
house, and when your little ones take cold and commence
coughing, give it to them at once, and rest notuntiltheciugh
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver, aller tlie
most extended experience, that if this advice were followed
no child need ever
ntr dp CROUP.
for the cold would be cured, before it could arrive at this ag- j
1 1 i s an old adace. that "to be forwarned, is to be forearmed."
Parents! so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers'Syrup of LIVERWORT,
TAR and CANCHALAGUA, and let no other be palmed on
J0U. SC0V1L i MEAD,
111 Chartres Street, New Orleans,
Wholesale General A gents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders and applications for agencies must be addressed.
Also sold by BERRY & REMOVAL,
W. F. GRAY,
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Atlaxti, July 15, 1853.
WW. FINN'S WALL
. PAPER STORE, No. 41,
Market Street, between Union and
tne aouarc. Several new and beau-
tuul designs of Decorative Paunellmg and henna aiaro.e
Paper, just received. A great variety of Gold and Velvet
Tapera on band, and cheap Wall Paper of every description.
SPPaper Hanging promptly attended to and well done.
dot7 Market street, between Union and the Square,
13 luereiure .11 illy a li iiu; uiu 111 lis luuiinni. ui iitiuiiut I s j-
periods, Consumption is as curabls as any other disease, and I
"Dr. Rogers' Svrup of Livertvorth. Tor. and Catichaloeua." I T1AA
TEE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING C0HPANT-,
1 'plUSestabli-Iiment Unowprovided with Machinery inji
1 JL Tool complete, of the roo-H modern construction; also
, wilh the b'st Jleclianicil skill that the country aflbrJs, and
re.-pedfully solicit orders. They are prepared to execute as
, RAILROAD MACHINERY.
baiiianloeouitlttet for Passenger and Freight Trains.
Fassonger, Freight, and Repair Crscomltel, and sbuof :-
eTerT description ot work appertainingto Rail Roads,
, STEAM ENGINES,
Ijoa and stationary froas 3 to 500 horse-power witi
1 ooi'ersof the best rwwAie .
1 Machinery complete for fitting up SaJh or Circular Saw. .
r wmplete, with the newest and moot approved modes.
' GRIST MILLS. -
t Knyint and Machinery made fur all sizc3. complete; t)-
getherwith Machinerr forSuirar Hill and Cotton Giof .aid .
j so Machinery for Blast Furnaces, embracing Out Iron CmU
' uni.T.tvrj Mir t
Engines, Cist Iron Rollers, and all machinery for Roll-
Address Joic Tuexrso.v. Azent'who is. it nnrtir&I Tn
chenfct) or the undersigned. JOHN B.JOHNSON,
junSl Iy u. President.
- INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund
Policies of Insurance issned at all times on the most favor
able terms, against -
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FlltE, OR TIIE
PERILS OF NAVIGATION.
bJ . . MNDSLEY A CROCKETT.
Agentslor Nashvilla and Davidson County. Mecl.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR S.VLE.
Tv ndVl in Keld. now- occupied bv
r . r . "2 areJ for onaccommodatinl urm.
' fr,n r " Spnice street, and runsbTck
about 160 feet on McGavockaieet, with a U fort alley la
the rear. J
Also firar vacant lots adtoimn!. th kW. r ,i .
i forty-feet on Spruce Street, aad ruoningtmck about 1 fwt
, to a 16 foot aller.
This property is eligibly situated, ami is free from taras,
end has a well ef tine water on it Apply to
LINDSLEY A CROCKET,
dec7 1m. College ktrwt
I" 'OFFER FOR SALE EOlR lIl7NDRED
acres ol Land on Stone's River, the place known as tlm
Horse Shoe Bend of said river; a Turnpike nail laid osf
through it; 190 acres cleared and under fence. For further
information in regard to said Lands yon can see a plot al
my ollice, or yon can see it by going oa" it Undisputed titl.
Terms, one-half cash. Improred city paper will be takea
for Ihe billunce. R. A. HALLO tVE.
dee" General Agent
CARRIAGES' CARRIAGEsTl- "
rHAVE a krge assortment of CARRIAGES AND
BUGGIES on hand, which I wDl sell low forCash.
dec- 1m. MARTHA SLOAN.
JT'OR'rENT A large conmiodkius WARE-HoU.-t.
siliutedop lower Market street, known as Fred. Sloan
Carrioge Wareltoom. Possession given immdiarlr.
Fortermsapplytd MARTHA SLOAN,
decs 1m. Administratrix.
TOTICC HAVING TAKEN mril"!??!
J.Ai TEIU of Adminislration on the Estate of the lite J
M. Swinson, deo'.l., notice is hereby given to all persons in
debted to said estate to call and make immediate payment,
and persons having claims agaiust the estate are reque.l
to present them, preperlr authenticated as the law duecu.
decS wlm S. t. ANDERSON. Ksycul.y.
IT'HRNlTUltE! Fl'RNITLKHfl-TllK Sirll.
SCRIBER has in Store, and is constantly receiring-all
kinds of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which he is de tr
mined to sell at verv low prices. The Shsik on hand ;
large and well selected, consisting of Parlor Setts, Chamber
Sett.s. Chairs of everv varietv. Clocks, (iirondnti. Solar
Lamps, Carpeting. Oil Cloth, and a full assortment ef ath
kinds of Common Fiuniilure. AH work warranted,
.lech lm A- PATTERSON, Na , College st.
"TVASUVILLE STEAM STONE WORKS.
SAMUEL HASUVM, PROPRIETOR,
Waui or Grove, JrrrutsoSr,NisnnLLE, Tkxv.
TH E subscriber takei this method of returning his nwl
Sincjre thanks to his friends, and the public generally
fir the patronage he has already received, and would soy
to them that he is now able to furnish all kinds ..f cut stone,
fencing, capping, sills, steps, Ac, Ac.
I'lugiug. Sawed, bush hammered awl self face. 1.
Peices -Sawed, three inches thick ii per square anl.
Bash hammer fire " 2 " "
StSf faced, two " " 1 " " "
Orders thankfully received and proraptlr atteeded Uk
' ' dw- ly
rniJIE SALE OF GROCERIES, BY ILS.
X FRENCH. Fridar, th inst, at 10 o'chok A. M.
1"0 MhU Fairto Prime Sugnr.
5") bags Rio Cellee;
loo bWs Mobws;
10O balfbbls Golden Svrop;
100 bbls Whisky; ' 1
With other artieles in the Grocery lme. '
Terras made known on day of sale.
dec7 11. S. FRENCH.
ORANtJUS! OKANGKSl: 1,000 JUST RE
CEIVED at J. O. A C. ROBERTSON'S,
JJ.VRR BUS "PECANS;. 5 TtAfiS ItKAlL
r) Nuts;M dniBH Figs; & boxes Lemon; 3t boxes M. H.
ILisias, assorted; 2wt boxes Sardines.
dec7 J. G. A C. ROBERTSON.
KAVANNA CIGxMtS. A CHOICE LOT OP
the following brands
3,00 Regalia Mesengcros;
8,000 " IirHaldo;
1,000 Melhin 1st Miratrane;
5,o " 2d
2,00 Pensares Shakespeare;
2,000 RegertoisMesengeros; . r
loo boxes Kne Crackers, tor the Countrv. For sate by
decT J. G. A a ROBERTSON. Broadwar.
AfRW AR R AN G H JI ENT 'l"he noaersigued lutr.
ing pnreba.se.1 of J. M. SMITH bis entire stock in
trade, intend carryinij it ou in all its various branches, ami
solicit from our friends and tlie customer of the lioase a
liberal share of their custom.
deci-:)m McCLUREA MOORE.
STO V KS Wehave now on hand, and wilLreceiro lanre.
additions in a few- days, a splendid assortment ot
ttovesof every description, "and "will sell them on as irood
terms as anv house in Ihecitr.
dec " McCLUREA MOORE..
No.10 Broadway, formerly occupied by J. M. Smiths
COFFEE 100 BAGS RIO COFFEE RE-
i CEI VED this day per steamer L A OtTen.
dert McCREA ATE
oij(;vit 25 HHDS
XVA SFGAR RECfc'IV-
EI) ir steamer L A Given.
ilcCKU. & TEIUCASS.
1)ICE 5 CASKS FRESH RICE
JLli per steamer L A Given.
McCREiV A TERRASS.
BOXES PER STE.V3IliR L.
S j A. Given. .For sale low by
McCREA & TERRASS. 15
A " "ANTED TO HIRE F
' DERof the year, a GIRL
take care ol children. Ptrmatu
OR THE KEJIAIN-
to do cluunber work and
rmanent employment will be
. !,.:,. ,
tS Inquire at this Office. not 17 tf
FALL AND "WINTER GOODS.
TEST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and wl
t) selected stoci. of Cloths, Cassimers and vt.-iings of m
ALSO A larce assortment of cent If men's Furnish.n?
Goods. A nw and beantitul style of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Snspe'iders, Gloves of every dis
criptioi!, Under-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of the best Clothing
Establishments in New York to supply me, Wm. T. Jen
nings 81, Bnodway, I am preparred to offer tn my ctu.
turners and th" public, Clothing of a superior style and qual
ity. Please call and examine foryeurselves.
septl c T. J. UOUIill. Agent.
HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD.
Left my house of business, Broadway, Nashville, Ten
e. on Monday last, my boy JACK. He is of a dark.
copper color, 3 feet S-or 10 inches high, weighs ISO or 160
pounds, rather spare made; presents rather a bold and ini
I udent appearance. He is wen know n to mont of tbe citi
zens, hiviug h-d here s or 10 years. I will jrive the abovo
reward fur his apprehension and delivery to me, if taken
out tf tbe county of Davidson, and ?0O if taken in . said
countv. Nashville, Dec V Adivr. D. SEARCY.
"jnolrSALETWEN-rV-FIVE ACRES OF
l I. A VII ninr. mils! from NashviBe. in District Noufl. and
I immedattelr on the I jberty road, one mile from tbe Fraoi
' I'm Pike and almut three hundred yards from the Owen
' and Winsted Pike.
nova R. A. L'AIJJIW, EGcneral Agent-
T7HJR SALE A LIKELY NEGRO WOJJAW,
JL 22 years old, and Child 8 months old well recoav
niendedas a ssiperior House Servant low for cash. Ap.
iIy at tlie Sequoyah Hotel, or to
covSO DA BBS A PORTER. US Cedarst
rpiiE iJndersk;ned has associated
X with him in business, JO. T. GIBSON, of this city,
under the style of HTEVENS & GIBSON.
W have removed to Noel's new budding. No. 8 College
street, opposite Edwards A Harris', Sd door from Church
street, and would respectfully solicit from toy former cus
tomers a continuance of their patronage.
Naahville.DecH.1'58. JNO. B. STEVENS.
CUJIBERLAND COAL The undersigned 'baa
at his yard, on College street, oposite Cant Horne'i
Paint Shop, a tine lot of the best Cumberland Coal, which
will be sold at the market prices. The public ire Invited
to call and try this coat JAMES HUGHES.
Zf Having Wagons and Teams, I am at alt timeapre
parcd to furnish my old customers and friends with'Sand
and Gravel, or to do any hauling that may be required.
Nashville, October 20, 1SJ& J- IL
17OR SALE OR RENT. A new Frame House jnrt
completed with seven rooms, well plastered and pa
pered. Situated on Church street, in llines' additional
Nashville. The said house is about four hundred yards
from the Female Academy, and will be sold ou reasonable
For further particulars enquire of R. L. Crenshaw, r
augl8 W. I). ROBERTSON. M'Lemore at.
I70R RENT FOR THE NEXT YEAR. AA.
' the Third Story, Rooms suited for Offices or bed
ruoms on the secoad floor, and shops and offices oo the
(rmuml ttonr ofthe Union Building on the corner of Cedar
and CherryStreets, opposite the Post Office. Apply to
UUTIO 11 - aJ. 1 t AliUkJV.it tv vi WW
S. P. AtiLlSON, No.
OR SALE A SECOND HAND BUGGY.
R. A. B ALLO WE, Geul Agent,
nov2-t No. 17 Deadenectt.
Visor all unsound t V ' "t" u e soonest n-Mice.
h uusounu J BltASS AND IRON CASTING.
i yi any uescrqxHui, wna suaiun?. null reanntr. water
w ueeu. casi iron ujuik nuuu. AC. sc nuul . tn arrfr.