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TUESDAY -MOfcJriyu, OCTOREK 11, 4153.
JIBS ELIZA LDQ AN. "
This talented actress c'osed her engagement in
this city, last evening; adcI the proceeds of the even
ing being for her benefit, the Adelphi was .filled
from pit to gallery with her friends and admirers.
The audience was the most brilliant and fashionable
one of the season.
Alisa Logax leaves us afbar a very successful! en
gagement, and carries with her the best wishes of
ccry lorerof&c drama and every admirer of genius i
in woman, fche u among the few wholiave brought
to the discharge of the duties or the histrionic pro
fession superior talents, high moral worth, and un
changing devotion, and her career lias not. been
lnore brilliant than meritorious.
We are not advised as to where Miss Looam will
next appear on the stage, but we feel well assured
that wherever she goc3 her merits will be duly ap
preciated. In nearly all the leading cities of the
Union she lias filled engagement?, and where phe
is not known personally her fame has proceeded
her the fame of a genuine woman and actressor
To-night we have Mrs. Pope in the thrilling play
of the "Gamester" and also the new and popular
farce of "Wanted 1000 Milliners." The bill is an"
excellent oiip, and slioiild craw a gocd house.
Tun Cammjkixs. The numerous other attractions
last night operated to the prejudice of the Camp
Mis. It was only, however, a temporary ebb of
the tide of popular favor, 'lh-rtight they present a
new programme, and will no doubt have a.full
The Slh of January will furnish an occasion of
much interest at Philadelphia. On that day a Na
tional Convention of the soldiers of the war of 1812,
and their sons, will be held there, at which dele
gates are expected to Ikj present from all parts of
the country. The volunteers who marched from
Pennsylvania to aid in the delenceof Baltimore,
and those from Western Pennsylvania who served
2inder Generals TxTOEniLu and Mwn, as well as
Tyno?e wno were m uie navai fervice, win also tie
represented, having been specially requested to
send delegates. The object! of this gathering are
"to revive the recollections of the war, and to
adopt such measures as may be necessary to press
on Congress the claims of those who stepped for
ward to defend their country in the hour of peril."
E3F"A Western paper says: "Mrs. Leelaud of
Isora, 111., has given birth to a son which had in
eacli hand, or rather attached to the middle joint of
each little finger by its stem, a perfect tomato. The
mother had bestowed unusual care upon her toma
toes in the garden, and hoped to have them ripe be
fore her confinement. The specimens brought by
her son were about the size and stage of maturity of
those in the garden, and could not be distinguished
from tberrrby the closest scrutiny".
EST A liian is stopping at one of the hotels in
Cincinnati w1k eats nothing that is cooked. His
meats, potatoes, anil all his vegetables, cabbages,
turnips, &c, are raw. He alleges that he has not
eaten any cooked food for several years, and tliat
any deviation from his present mode of living would
most probably cause his deatlu lie resides in Iowa,
and is on his way to 'Washington, to make a pur
chase of some IT. S. laud.
There is an old lady in Virginia, who be
lieves it to be a Bible doctrine, that, for seven years
before the cud of the world no children are to be
born; and that gives lior comfort, for, at every fresh
birth she hears of, she says to herself, ''Well, the
seven years at least have not bpgnn."
07" New Yoik busnc-s men, aware of the im
portance of the newspaper press as a channel for
gaining a wide and advantageous notoriety, have
used it with the same lilierality witlf which they
avail themselves of every moan of aggrandisement,
and are reaping the benefits of their wise economy in
his particular. In a paragraph upon this subject in
he New Yoik Tribute recently, it was stated that
e estimated annual expenditure of the busi
ness men of that city, in advertising alone, iy more
than two million of dollars, of which three-fourths
are spent upon their own journals.
Mn. Socle. The New York Uenihl of the 1st.
n stroking of the receptioji of the credentials of
our distingu'ffhed Minister to Spain, remarks:
The translations which wc give to-day of articles
from Madrid papers on the subject of the reception
of Mr. Scule as American Minister to Spain, is ile
. serving of niueh attention. The Heraldo, the Min
isterial on-an, was at first among the most strenu
ous advocates of the propriety of the Spanish gov
ernment rejecting that gentleman's credentials, and
refuiiig to acknowledge him as a representative at
Court. It has since, however, considerably modi
fied its tone, and thinks it would be on the whole,
wiser to receive Mr. Soulk and judge of his char
acter and designs from actual observation and ex
iieiience. The opposition journal, 7u Xbredatles,
is bitterly opposed to his reception at all. Howe
ver, it has been decided in cabinet meeting, that he
will be permitted to present his credentials, and I
that the government will wait to ascertain whether
his speech to the Queen will contain an express-on
or phrae which may possibly bear a construction
disrespectful to the Spanish nation. The articles ol
which we give a translation an) deeply interesting.
Hons I-'i'.icks is Cincinnati. By comparing
the return of the State Auditor for forty-four
counties in Ohio, it appears that the number of
hogs assessed this seasoi isL'.Sl.ylOS, against 093,
01 last year. A portion of this increase is attri
buted to the discontinuance of the exemption this
year of the $200 worth to each producer. As re
gards prices, we annex (he following from the Price
Cnn-enfoi Oetolwr .rjth.
.Thefnro-neet of a heavy demand from Europe, as
1 . .....,....!... imri'irlo n llllU"! Tl t f. 111 1 H fr frt
H7 innr ill nniFf-. aim wiiiiui iwu wccm uwo
have advanced only ;c. per luu pounds, anu now
...i.l nn.l io nlittmnmi fsir lintvc null VflM llli
-la " I 1 - . ' ...
in this month and November; m addition to winch,
slaughterers arc contracting for the killing at 30c.
per head premium. It is now reduced to a cer
tainty, that the maikct will open at over $5 per 100
pounds net; which will be fully up to the opening
price of last year. Wc do not know of a packer,
however, who would think of paying this price
with a view of going through the season .with the
products. We may therefore conclude, that the
opening price will not be an indication of the prices
that will bo paid during or at the full commence
ment of the regular packing season. But still, it
cannot be denied that prospects are decidedly more
favorable to the interests of farmers than they were
three weeks ago; while with reference to packers,
they are the revorsv.
We had the pleasure, yesterday, of seeing
Mr. Poats, of the liogersville Times.
DKi On Sunday morning, 9th hist., about 11
o'clock, Mis. Ktw.v Aks", wifii of J. 1! Johnson.
""SAVANNAH Oct. &. An-., r S . M. Ktpain.Jiip Florida
AVoodhiill. Neii York. CIA, nclir. Olenroy, ITdecombe,
Philadelphia; brig Francis P. Reck, Smill, lxiston.
I. .-Tik? ft Ih. .1,.. int;rin Ultimo
CJl.lil.lHI-', vl'. " .mi
baniue Japer, Dennett, Nc t oik; brigiUlcments JUo.
lfcuton; sctir. D 15. Warner, Harnien, New York; schr,
Marj land, Foxwell, IUllimore.
THE OCEAN STEA.W Kits.
Kniliii" I):i- to and lrom the United Slates.
Mllllll, FuuM i:u,;01,i;
COLLIN'S (Am ).LierpiK.I, Oct. ft, for Xcw.York
CI rY OF GLASttO rt. il'i I lari-rpoot, Oct.
ls rr Philadelphia
T1RRSI N x! i Aiiu) SiHilhaaipton, Oct.12. lor.. .New loik
HBI FROM THE UNITED STATES.
I GARA, (Ur. ltostoji, Sept.aa, for Liveqool
il XS,. (Rrm.1 New York, ScpU 2i, Tor l.temen
COLLIXS, (Am.) New York. Oct. 1. lor Liicrpoo)
AFRlC,(Rr.)New Yoik, Octfi,ror I.ivetlKl
WASHINGTON, (Am.) New Yoik, Oct. 8,
CITY 0F"MANCHKSTER,"(l!r.) Philadel-
phia, OcU 8. tor
MERICA, (r.) lto'ton. Oct 12, for , Livcipool
COLLIXS, (Am.) New York, Oct in, for LiverjKx.1
ARVRIA, (Br.) NcwTork, Oct lt, for Liverpool
1 iifnwvil: linr .Moll ea. lona. Jen ioik; cnr.
Davis, PhilatlcliiJiiajwlir.T P. AMini, Hedlaml, New Yoik;
hr. lsaliella, ltgt, Xi- Yoik, sc-hr. Emerald, Knipe,
it...on f'1.1. sImiikIiU) Soul bonier. Euan. New Yoik;
TEUkGRArUED FOR THE UNION AND. AMERICAN
ARRIVAL OP THE
Star of tine West.
27rw -Tonic, Oct. 10W
. Thc-Star of the Westarrived from SanJjian yc:
terday,. bringing. California .dates-to tlip-17th ufo
received by jhe Coifcz.- The. Star pf the Wetfc
lirings $800,000 on freight- and $509,QQP. in tliu
ltands of passengerT " 1 J
Biglcr,'s majority for Governor was only'l.OflOJs
The- majority of: the remainder of the deraocrafiq
ticket was frefm 4 to 10,000
Garrjson Idem.) was elected Mayor of San-Francisco.
The whole democrat c, city and county, tiels
,ct was elected. Both branches of the Legislature
are largely democratic; :The people of San l'ranci
co have .adopted the- revised charter, r v - V. ?
The Sierra Nevada arrived at San-Francisco oil
the 15th. ' - ;' k ; t' . ' gf
. Dr.; G. W. DuvaD, formerly of Maryland, was siiojl
dead iu a street ligk with,' S. D. Down in Sacra
mento. . " . ..." f;4
Dr. II. G. Gillis was wounded iu, a-fnicas witll
Charles Drew at San Francisco. " '""-"
John Potter, alias Baltimore Jackwas killed at
Downieville bv-a man named Muntz; aii attempt
was made by the citizens to ly dcIi the latter. Thad
deusPuidy, district attorney, was shotdead.
jeni.uason, ,me ovjuiy, u i aL canirran-.;
ciscd (jn the- 7tlU . f H U ' U -A 2 ff A
Gov. JJiglcr carrieil tlje city tid county. of San
Dates frotii ifonolula are tolthc-JlSth oH Aiignsu
The small pox was raging tqrribly, v -
Advices from Honolula state thatastronjpolitical
movement had beeu comm6nced,"coinpelhrig the
Government to discharge Ministers Judd and Arm
strong. A memorial signed-by '13,000 person,
had been presented to the Magistrates to that 'eflefct
giving indications of revolution. .
An attempt was made iu San -Francisco to sell the
'State's interests in the water lots; in contempt of an
injunction from the Superior Court one lot was
knocked down, when Mr. fcellover, the auction
eer, and the whole board, were arrestctt.
The express, box ofAdams & Co., containinr.23.-
000 dollars in'speeje, sstoIen'JroirtJha'staW"be-
tween sonora and btockton. , . 1
bAS ili.jxcisco, Sept. IS.
A fair amount of bnsiness.has been done during
the past week, although elections and the anniver
sary of the admission of the State has somewhat
deranged trade. The demand for the interior has
improved. The amount of goods taken for local
consumption is considerably the heaviest transaction
of the season.
Provisions. Flour has declined. The last sales
of Gallego were $1"J. We quote at the close, nom
inally, SIS: clear Pork, $12S, Mess, 2C, Prime,
25; clear Bacon, $15",a$l". Heavy sales of Laid
in kegs, at loalaj, incasks, 10al7. -Sugar, dull and
declining. Mess Beef; 17-25.
Governor Lane, of Oregon, and Lieut. Allen of
the arm, Were both wounded in an engagement
with the Ilogue river Indians, the latter severely.
The battle took: place in Hogue Hirer Valley; on; the
2Cth of August- 90 white3 and 2o0 Indians were
engageiLthe battle lasted four Ji.Qurs, when thftlndian.
Chief Sam, ptopOsed an armistice, which was grant
ed; 10 Indians were killed, and ?,0 wounded; whites,
3 killed, and S wounded, among tte kllled i? Capt.
Armstrong. The Indians continued outrages at
Ci.vcij.wati,' Sept 10. The river has fallen three
inches since Saturday. There were heavy rains
yesterday, but not sullicient to eflect the river.
Flour is stagnant at 5 25ao 30; . dealers kolding
off. Whit-key, 24c. - Nothing clone -in- provisions.
Groceries, 200 bags llioCofl'ee sold at 113; Molasses,
24a25q Sugar, fiaGi.
New Pkleaxs, Sept S noon Sales of Cotton
4br the week, 5)000 bales, including 1000 on Friday.
-Tfce market heavy and uni-euled since the receipt
of tho Arabia's news; Middling. 10c. Poik advanced,
SOObbls. Mess at $10; Flour,-; 50.
Nnw Orleaxs, Oct. 10. Ohio Fiour scarce, ask
ing. 03; Mes3l'ork, lOalOJ.'Corn scarce, whit?, 72;
Oais, -lSaoO: Whiskey, scarce, at o0c Arrived:
Stockwell. Steamboat hands xcry scarce, -age.s
Ci.Kvr.LAxn, Oct. S. The Woman's Bight Con
vention was very exciting. Antoinette Brown, re
plied to Barker's infidel speech, denouncing him as
a heretic Garrison replied to Antoinette, defend
ing Barker.- Mr. Nivens also replied to Barker,
making several personal allusions, and wa3 Inter
rupted several times by Garrison and Barker, who
were finally hissed down. Garrison called Nivens
a b'ack guard and rowdy, whereupon a grand muss
ensued iu which nearly all engaga 1. It was voted
to hold the next convention in Philadelphia on Oc
toher Slli, 1S54. The convention has adjourmd.
Nivens met Garrison on the street and demanded
an apology, which was refused, Nicens laid violent
hands on Garrison, pulling his nose end cars, and
otherwise abusing him. Garrison ma le no resis
tance. Nivens was finally taken off by Iris friends.
rAi.r. axu i.ntj:r uoods.
WARD & EEUMINGHAH,
M E li O HA A T T A 1 1. O Ji S ,
X. 7, Ved.ir 7r. ',
"T'TTOUbD tcspeclfully iufonn their friends and the pub
Y he that Ihev have received a large and well selected
stock of Kail and Winter Coods, omsiMingor CLOTUf,
DOE SKIN'S, OVKUCOATIXtJS, VKST1XUS, and FA.V
CY CASdl. MERES, all of the latest and mo-t choice siyles.
Also, a large and lieautiful a:.soilrcent of Centlemeu's Fur
nishing Goods, to which they would invite their attention,
feeling confident that they can give entire satisfaction,
?OR SALE. A desirable Residence and farm STCij
,1' miles from Nashville, nnd near the Gallatin JSt
Pike. Improvements are No. I, aiid pood wider, 'the
farm lies well, with about 50 acres in a high state of culti
vation. Or I will tell 20 or 2- acres of the above tract if
desired. For particulars ai plv to
R. A.DALI.OWE, Gen. ig't,
scpt29 No 17. Opaderick St.
YEtJKOIiS FOR SALE. A vcrylikcly negro wo
JL man, an excellent field hand, 19 years old, and child
S eam old. I wish to sell said negroes tosome person who
will giiethcina good home in Middle Tennessee.
It. W. BROWN,
octS No. flj Cherry st.
tSksiuahli: lHJiLUiAtTiAri'J'ott sale.
Xj On the Franklin Pike, between the residences of .To,
senli Vanbc atid James A. Woods, E-q., containing Sfl acres
has on it an exceucntspriiig. Jlake early applications
11. v. j.uuu ncn i .Ag t,
octS No- CS Cherry st.
SPLENDID COTrON FARM FOR SALE
A VERY rich Cotton Farm of 7)13 ncre', in Rutheiford
county, i'O miles from Nashville, on tho S. & V. Rail
road, adjoiuing Smyrna Depot, about 2. acres cleared,
balanue nnely timbered co'iifortable dwelling good out
buildings,uewGin, Ac. Will also, ifdesired bythepurclias
er, sell about 30 likely Negroes an excellent Saw and
Grist Mill, with said Farm. A rai-o opportunity is now of.
fered to buy one of the most suerior Uotton Farms, Ac, in
Mi Jdle Tennessee. Those wishing to purchase will please
make early application to R. W. DROWN,
Gen'l Agent, up stairs,
oclTi No. OS Cherry street.
CHEAP FAESI FOR SALE.
THE McLcver jJace. about y miles lrom Nashville, near
the Nolcnsville Pike. Upwards of 200 acres more
t i.in halt timbered; fair improvement's. A bargain will be
giten. Apply to
Jt. W. iiku., lien i Agi.
Up stcirs, No. CS Cherry st
rpHE partnership heretofore existing under the AUe of
X CUUIIEY A MARTIN has beeu this day dissolvedby
As it is desirable that the business of the lata firm should
be closed as early as possible, all those indebted by note or
account ate resjiectfully teqilested to make immediate pay
ment to Richard O. Currtv, who alone is authorized to re
ceipt them. ' RICHARD O. CURREY,
" oct5. J.G.MARTIN.
RICHARD 0. CURREY,
CHEMIST AN D DRUGGIST,
Si. 3." Union tlrs-t, Xa&rille.
HAVIXG iurehacd tle cptiro interest in ,1ho firm of
Currey Martiu, will coutinue the DRUG BUSI
XfcSSin this city, and hope3 that strict attention to business
and the )"ril'j and ijfnumtneof his stock Will ensure him
a liberal sliarc of public paironage.
Hecxneeisin a few das to receive lit?
FALL SUITMKS .
of t'HOICR CIIEMIOAJA FRESH 'DRUGS and PURE
SIEIUCIMCS, together u-iih the nsnil variety ofiVix,
tii'i, l.iini'if, ,ijMvrai!d Fancy articles for the irMf
st't am! city flail traile. octS tf.
"ANOTHER SIGN 0UI" ON CEDAR STREET.
T ASSIXG ii'-ar ihe Post Ofliei- icv-terday, we saw, on a
doorway Ik-Iwivii Hit- Miitiufl'mtection InsurnuceOf
tijeand Kon's ( 'ig.ir Simo, u iioirt little fign, inscribed:
C l vit ExutNEKn."
We walked up stairs, and found him a) once, on entering
the Jiri-t ( the tiyf-t, at tho head of the stairs, where he
j will b Iiappr lo m-o hisold friends and customers, and "the
irstirmaiiMii-.l, mm may oonor-iuiii wuu ineir patronage.
rest ... mauui.-.i, no may . . ..u. w,, . ,e,r patronage,
11m sl,,ctbp.oreiial p irsmts are Civ.l Lngmcenng;
Survniii;;. Draughting of Maps Plans, Ac. Rathe does
not nhne Ins attention cxcus veiy io inese imngs. Jte is
prepared to iindei tak-s the adjustment of intricate accounts;
seltU-inent of Estates and Partnerships in fcl.oit, any labor
thatteipitvsthoueofpen, pencil and Iraitt. His course
in all business transactions will be guided by tliecrajkiw,
aid leiel'ed loan accuiate oiljuLinr,t, so thatTvheii the
of his career Wiall have been drtivflttd, it may bo
found as free a human frailty will permit from all blots,
Thankful for past favors, he respectfully solicits a contin
uance of tho same only very r,-A for , oct7
n. w. c. . '
-60 boxes Fox's I Van Stircli. For sale by
W. H. GORDON A- CO.
lit . 'M'lHe's IJvcr Pilk.When the proprietor
of tSw'ffivalaaMe remedy porchasedit of the inventor, there
waspoajedicine whichi deserved the name, for the cure of
Iaver&nd Rillious complaints, notwithstanding the great
prevalence of these diseases in the United States. In the
SoutUnd Westpaiticutarljr, where the patient is frequent
ly unable lo obtain the services of a regular pbysieian, some
remedfcAras required atfiheesafe and effectual, and the op
eration of which could in no wise prove prejudicial to the
cnnstitnticn. This medicine is supplied bj- Dr. M'Lane's
Uverillc, as has been proved in every instance in which
it ha&had a trial. Always beneficial, not a solitary instance
has.ever occurred in which its etiects have been injurious
The invention of an educated and distinguished physician,
it ItasiiQtliinjrin common with the quack nostrums imposed
upon the public by shallow pretenders to the medical art
Experience In now proved, beyond a doubt, lliat Doctor
M'Laiit).s l'ili J3 the best reined r ever proposed for the Liv
r5"rurchasers will bswjirb or coi-XTinrens, and in-
vanably-ask for Dr. Mine's Celebrated biver Fills, and
take none else, as there are otherPfll purporting to be Li v.
er mi9,--uow before the public. Tor at all the princi
pal Druggist in yashTflle mid vicinity. octl
' mpoSTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR.-MOItUlSbaTing permanently located in Nasotilli,
rcspecuully tenders his services to the suffering public-
&rj?u?, dart, Canctrt, Ttiter and lling W'cmrut, treated
in ftscieatiCc manner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef
fective, their use .being attended with no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, requiring no restrictions or hindrance
ffrppi ordbiary business pursuits. lie wishes it understood
thuthe has settled in yourimdst, not wrthe purpose of hum
bugging or impoing upon you, but to relieve those who may
bo&utleringwith diseases which are destroying by piece
meal many oiyrucserviugauuuseiui ciuzeus.
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under
stood and successfully treated by Dr. M.
r To thoss who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing
art, he would respectfully propose that they bring forward a
case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they
can conveniently find,) and pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly followed for a reasonable tune; Dr.
Jlwill then give his obligations to furnish such medicines
as may be necessary, and in such quantities from time to
timeM the case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef--fected,'
positively no fee will be received, and if no relief bi
icXlile made fur adcic or trudminej.
The attention of masters and owners of servants is pat
ticularlv invited to the above. These havin? servauts af
flicted with Scrofuh, Gratfl, stiffness or soreness of the
limbsand joints, would find it to their advantage to consult
Dr. Jf. "Uis treatment is mild, and in no case will it be ne
cessary to lose tune while using medicines.
Respectfully, ANTI HUM HUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, post paid,
in closing five dollars, will be promptly attended to.
DK.W". H. MORRIS.
OfDce over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedarst.,
near Post Office, Xashville, Tenn. may!3 diwCro.
R. R. R. Case recently Cured,
llo. 1 INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM.
A young lady, Miss Clark, aged 22, had a severe attack
of Inflammatory Rheumatism on the first of March, 1852,
proceeding Uom the effects of merenry, of which she was
salivated, 1S4". She was under the care of one of the moat
eminent and kind phyMcians in tho city of New York. For
two wei ks she was in the most agonizing pains, and every
hour her friends expected that
DEATH WOULD RELIEVE HER.
Iler physicians had no hope of her recovery. A bottle of
Ready Relief w s sent her, and applied, by the advice and
consent of her physician, who told lur nurse, if nothing
else would give her ease, he thought that tho Relief would.
IS FIFTEEN MINUTES SHE WAS RELIEVED FROM
IN THREE DAYS SUE COULD LEAVE HER ROOM!
And before the second bottle was u-d up, was reported
enred by the physician.
It you are allliclcd with Xewralgia, Cramps, Spasms, Ac,
R. R. Relief will in a lew minutes allay the most violent
paroxysms. Wherever there is any pain, Kadway's Relief
will remove it.
gjBathc the head well with Rndway's Ready Relief, keep
the stomach clean and free from acid, the bowels regular,
with Radway's Regulator, and free from all acrimonious
humors, and those persons who complain of ringing, and
other unpleasant noires in the head, will certainly avoid all
farther annoyance from these seurcea.
Hard or Hearing.
A tcj-spoonfiill of Radivav's Ready Relief added to a
tumbler of water, and syringe tho car three tune a day
will remedyall difficulty.
Rathe them every night with R. R. R., this will remove
all soreness an J give them a pleasant scent. octl
ONtholstinst., from my farm, tho boySTE.x
PHKX. Ho is 5 foot 4 or 5 inches high, and yi
is about 23 years old; of lighl copper complexion. tL
He 1s acquainted in Nashville, and also in Rnthrr
ford county, and is supposed lo be in the vicinilv of one
or the irthtr places. 1 will give FIFTY DOI.L'ARS re
ward if he is apprehended in the State, or ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS if taken out of the State, or confined in
jail so that I can get him.
Any information in regard to said negro can be
communicated to Maj. ,1. W.Cnildriiss, Murfreesboro; Dun
can, Morgan & Co., Nashville, or the undersigned at Court
land, Ala. GEO. W. GARTH.
Murfreebboro News copy 2 Umesand send bill to this of
fice. octS 2iV.
TUST received a solendid assortment of Gold Pater,
f J Gold and Velvet Horders, and Plain Satin Papers for
j Parlors, Halls, Ac, together with a large lot of Window
lunain raj-cr, uew jKiuenis, wiue irueii Acisicfs, v(.-.
fEfOn hand, a Urge assortment of unglazed papers,
from 10 to 25c ier bot.
- ' KbAGqS A qORUEY.
No. 20, College' street; next door to the Scwanee House
Jf. D. Paper-hanging done in the best manner. oct2
PERKINS & CLACK Are now prepared to re
ceive, stoi e and Ship oottpiu Liberal advances made
on consignments. oct.2
JSO. 1 BUIGI1T. JMES H. BRICnT
J. 3J. & J. R. RRICIHT,
ATX 0B KEYS AT LAW,'
1 "t "A till practicp in the several CnmU of Lincoln and the
ailjoining Counties, and in the Supreme Com t at
Nashville. t w scptrj t.mtw.
PRE3IIUM ESSENCE OF COFFEE. G. HU
MOND'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE, for examples of
which, the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, and the
American Institute, New York, have awarded premiums;
James R. Chilton, tho eminent Chemist, and many others,
have certified to its wholcsoracness, superiority over the
raw artielp, tho facility with which it settles the coffee, ma
king it bright nnd clear as wino, as well as imparting a de
For sale iu packages of 25 cents each, by
octS H. O. SC0VEL.
-On hand aud for sale by
II. G. SCOVEL
BRYAN'S AND) LOCK'S PULMONIC WA
FERS For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma
Consumption, Rrouchitis, Influenza, Hoarseness, Difficult
Rreathing, Pains in the Chest, Fp'.tting of Hlood and Sore
Throat Perfect freedom from cough in ten minutes after
use-for sale by II. G. SCOVEL.
rpRUSSES'-.fl'r Adults and Children UteroAbdomi
JL nal Supporters, of the most approved patterns, and
modern invention, reconnnendeit by the Medical Faculty.
For sale by II. G. SCOVEL.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
' READY-MADE CLOTHING !
II. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store,
Ko. 29 Ifarkct street, opposite the Union JTall
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surrouuding country, that he has just received one
of the lanrest and most comulete assortments of Oentlemen's
i Fall and Winter Clothing and Furnishing Goods ever
I. , i: ;ii i r j 1 :..
urougui 10 ine cuy, wiiicu win oe iuuuu uosuiysscu iu
quality and workmanship, and at such low prices as cannot
fail tq please. The stqck lias been selected nnd made up
under my own inspection, exjirtethj suited to thj wants of
Alsp) a large assortment of
uilab!e for all ages, and warranted to fit.
As my stock is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country Merchants, either wholesale or retail, at very
.little above Eastern prices.
Give me a call, as I shall take great pleasure in showing
tho Goods. U. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 20 Market st,
ocU) 3m Opposite Union Hall.
' "CLEAR THE TRACK."
THE subscriber lias ju-t opened, at his old stand, No 53
Market street noit door to T. W. A W. H. Evans, tho
largest ana uiusi. ciun. .-."-vn. ...,UUViuiii
IXG nnd Oentlemen's Furnishing Goods, he ever had the
leisure of exhibiting to his frishds and customers, which
Pnn e , Z hJu and retaii.on such terms as will.
he is offering at wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
he confidently believes, givo entire satisfaction.
His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, of every va
riety of style and pattern; do. do. Pants and Vests, Over
coats, liox Coats, Ac Ac.; Hts and, tys, a large assortment-
Carpet Bags. Trunks, Shirts, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large assortment of Gloves, Hosiery and
Pocket ltdkfs., Aw all of which are new, and purchased of
the best houses in the Eastern cities expressly for this mar
ket Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
him, he invites an examination into his present stock and
'prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his
friends and customers.
M. SULZBACKER,, Agent,
reptSS Sra Ifo.53 Marketst.
r--4rtr . i. n i ... . i .
X II- It, W. 11 ILItTuMNfewii, Mas
ter, wiltxitn In the above imds this sea
son, leavirjr Memiilii. on her first trip on
Saturday, the 2id of October; The JlILb connects at
Memphis with the Xashville and Memphis C. S. Mail Pack
eU, and . will give through tickets fro.ii Xew Orleans to
Thesplendid passenger steamer J01IX SIMPSON', will
leave Nashville every Wednesday, at 6 P M, with freight
and passengers for the Hill.
A. HAMILTON,! .. .
octtt A. I DAVIS, f A&nt-
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MATT,
T70R MEMPHIS, NEW ORLEANS, ST. A
f li LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE TRY-V
WEEKLY" ?he Splendid New FassengerpT
Steamers Crrr or Hr.vrsvuix, Joitx Siursox, axd Ksbas-
sv, will leave Nashville every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, at 0 o'clock P. M., connecting at l'aducahwith the dai
ly Louisville aud St. Ixuis U.S. Mail Boats, andnt Mem
phis with the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, II.
it. W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agues, giving through
tickets from Nashville to either of the points above named.
Thoaccomirodatiops of th sline cannot be surpassed, and
passeiKers will tiud it by far the speediest means of travel
either North or South.
Forfreight or passage spplr tQ
A. U D AVIS,
Agents at Nashville.
NEW 0HLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS
BELLE-KEY, PEYTON A. KEY, ,p35H,
CoxiiA-NDEit. 'I his large andmagnifi. Lf(f'
cent Steamer is now undergoing a thorough sSssSa
repaif at Louisville, and will tike her place as a Itegufirt
Packe' in the above trade as soon as there, is sullicient water,
and will continue during tho entire icason.
In poiut of speed, comfort and safely, the BELLE-KEY'is
unsurpassed on the Western walen-; which, with the Ion"
experience of her gentlemanly Commander and theac?
knowledged busines, capacity nfhcr Clerk (Mr. LewisN'ortli
ern,) enables us confidently to i ecoinmemi her to the busi
ness and travelling commnnity. Mr. Northern will give
piompt personal atieatiou to tillingorders for Groceries, Ao.
J5f" A share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO ,
nug27 4m Agents.
Nnsbvillc, Louisville ami Cincitinnti Regular
THE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, pJJXSh.
STATESMAN', IL G. McCouas, Masler, USyf
JOHN P. TWEED, David Millard, Master, sgiffigag
will make regular trips in the above-trade, leaviii ( Nash
ville even- Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Retnrning, will
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, at i o'clock, P. M.
The above boats are A No. 1, and are officered by 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.
sptl7 f JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO.
Nnshville tmd T(oiihville Weekly Packet,
WDI. OA31VIN, C. T. REEDER. .Master.
rTMIIS splendid Steamer is neirly com- jv
JL pleted, and will beat Nashville the first JMsiX
rise of the river. She will carry 400 rrrt iiriwr,
and her accommodations for passengers are uneqnaled by
any ooai ot lur qimensions, fcLe will De commanded by
Cant. C. T. REEDER. loui? nnd favorablv known to our
commnnity, and the 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
Kail road and Steamboat lines to convev them to anv noint
of destination they may deire, vizj Tlmold established line
to Ciiiciimati; Union line to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Lou-
isvine line; oeuerson naiiroao, sc., Ac All aitording ttie
amplest acwminodatimis, combined with expedition.
aii oruen; win Dp rilieq as low as at Cincinnati.
ZSf For Freight or Passage, applv to
schlO-tf II EN It Y TYEATMAN, Agent.
FOR MEMPHIS AND NEW 0BLEANS
THE U.S. Mail Packet EMBASSY will , r"3
leave Nashville on Monduv. the loth. Ufe'sijwS
.i i! aVIiv-v i i ..,T.,,.f " - -"i
.1. . . . i,Tr f.-n.,3 t
A. K DAVIS. ...,
A. HAMILTON, pSeats-
Fiall and WiBitea
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT N1CHOVS CORNER,
A a. IS, Corner Square and Mjrlet Street, KaiheiUe,
HAS received hi new Fall Importations of RICH AND
ELKOANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and
the public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar
gains as can be found fu the city,
IN RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS.
Of the latest Parisian stylos, which are trulv elejaut in
cluding a beautiful varictv of the richest and handsomest
Plaid. Brocade. Block. Baridcre. Stritx-d. National. Repp,
and Watered Silks, as has been in this city.
New mid Roatitit'iil Parisian Plaids,
Of entire new design, with the handsomest and
RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including the gay, grave, rich and elegant.
New and Choice French Kleiiiios.
The most desirable colore in market embracing the most
fasn iouable shades wliichthe ladies will find beautiful.
E LUC ANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH
Of the choicest patterns ami most beautiful colors, and in
fact even- other kind of Dry Goods . suitable for
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WARDRORES.
Canton Crano and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in.
eluding the Rich Broche, or Cashmere Shawls.
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Of ltombazinesj Alnacca, Cloths, Cautcci, Black de'Laincs,
Bareges, Grendins,Mouri!ingSleeves, Collars, Chembttts,
Handkerchiefs, and everything else suitable for a
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROEE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Honiton, Valencienne, -and Ncedlc-work Collars; Rich
CambriiiChemizetts and Sleeves; (m setts; Jnoonet and
Swiss Edgings, Inserting. Cambric snd Swiss Flouncing,
applique unik. Also a tine a-isortment of
LADIES' AND GENLEMEN'S GLOVES,
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and M.erino Under
shirt and Drawers.
HQIJSKHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Da
mask', Napkins, Toweling, Crashesand Diapers.
Quilts, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac, Ac.
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cas,imeres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will
ojien in a few days a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
Made of the very best material, Ac, Ac
Call aud examirie this large and fine assortment of goods,
suitable to the approaching sjason, aud you will not be
disaniKlnted either in styles or prices.
Sept. -:, lsr.31 JAMES NICnOL.
"TOTICE. The insolvent)- of the estate of Morgan
L W. Brown, dee'd., having been this day suggested,
all persons having claims against said estate are bpreby
notified to file them properlv authenticated by the 5th day
ofJaauary next, or thevwill be forever bared.
T. B. CHILDRESS,
oeir lw Administrator.
TRAYED OR STOLEN From Walton's Camp
Ground, about the 27th or 2th of Sept, a SORREL
MARE, 4 jears old past, about 16 hands high, quite
lengthy, anil in medium order. She has a snip in her lore
head: no other marks remembered; rides and works well.
Any information respecting her will be liberally rewarded
aud thankfully received. My address is Mansker's Creek
P.O. WM. LUTON.
octC lm wAtw
CAUTION TO GINNERS OF COTTON.
THE undersigned dealers in and manufacturers of Cot
ton, hereby give notice to all persons offering Cotton to
them for sale, that it must be packed in such a manner that
the samples drawn from the edges ot the bale will fairly rep
resent the quality and condition of the whole bale; other
wise they will claim, from the, seller or owner, as damages,
the difference between the actual worth at the time the fact
is ascertained, and the original cost, with.all expenses in
curred pvious to detection, and he cost of returning the.
cotton should it be returned. And furthermore, that we
will whenever a palpable case cf fraud In packing cotton is
detected, cause the same to be published in the papers ot
this citv, with the namc3 of the seller, owner and ginner.
The undersigned are compelled to this course by the fre
quent cases of fraud detected in inter and falstlt packing
cotton resulting frequently in heavy losses to the owner,
nnd will if continued, lower tho character of Nashville Cot
ton, and thereby injure those who pack cotton honestly.
' ANDREW ALLISON, Agent,
Tenn. Manufacturing Co., Lebanon.
CHEATUAM, WATSON A CO.,
Of Sycamore Mills.
JOHNSON A WEAVER.
J. &.R. YEATMAN.
Alisoiii.1 Manufacturing Co.
WM. B. ARMISTEAD A CO.
JOHNSON A SMITH.
JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO.
J. A. McALlSTER it- CO.
P. E. BOONE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
Coine oao Como all ! This Bock shaU fly
From its fira base as soon as 1 11!
t- at.t. Aivn WINTER STOCK FOR 1853-1
rpHE subscriber respectfullyannounces to the denizens of '
JL "Nashville and surrounding country that be has now on
hand, and receiving additions daily, a large stock of Genta
1-AslllUAlil.r. iil.1111 jiivuu U1.1H.1.IU, iui xtm
Among which May bo found: line Black and Blue Cloth
Cloaks, t-panish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do,
Black. Blue, Brown and Olive Orer Coats, Sack. Paletots,
Box, Frock and Dress Coats, Business do., and other styles
nnd colors too numerous to mention.
Pants and Vests of ever style and eolor, to suit the most
Likewise, a general assortment of CHILDREN'S'
CLOTH ING. Fine Shirts, Under-Shirls, Drawers Suspen
ders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac.
Country Merchants, in particular, are requested to call
and examine my-sbick before purchasingelsewherc
SfpfiST I- POWERS,
No St, Market St., opposite Union Street
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or corn,
bn'ution of men, " 'If. , 4
HATS TO 8UTT THE 'SEASoir,-
Cnn always be procured nt the
"TUT JftW TTn eifvinnti ah ...
iiuiwi aai OJ.IULC- no. zz, raoue square,
TUST call at this establishment and vou will at once be
convinced that FRANCISCO A WHITMAN' ..ic
the most fastidious taste and gratify the most economical
spint. A good and at the same time a near, becoming and
Ifs'.vHat, are the two essential desiderata, combined, in !
the Francisco Whitman Hat Every description of Gen-
iros uais, jurao ueavers ana Hell iiatd can be
procured at this splendid Hat Establishment -
FRANCISCO At WHITMAN,
oc11 . NtuSJ, LI'ubIic Square.
PiKn7S U4iANS-Are invited to
i call and lb beautiful assortment of chil
dren s and mranO. Hats and Caps'of the Ulcst and molt
approved styles, which are for &fc st jhe Spleadtd Jiat S
tablishmentof FPaNClSCOA WHyTMAN.
rfllE METROPOLITAN II AT;-fho 'frsoT,
X who wush'a neat and comfortable -business Hat would
do well to call nnd examine those beautiful new styles that
we hare just received. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
rpHE LADIES Will find efeorth"ior LTtTanTbe".
i coming mr ooys, cmiuren, mtants and Iitle Jtissi
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
LADIES' RIDING HATS.-XW and besutiful
' styles cf Paris, Lordon and New Ycrk MODES; to
which n e invite the attei tion ot the Ladles.
1-KaNCISCO & WHITMAN,
octl 23. Public Square.
MR. GOODWIN would lespectfnlljr announce fo !
his friends and patrons of Nashville and vicin-
ity, that he will open bis Academy for instructions in
this polite branch of education on Saturday, September the
itiu, ai iiieuaa rnuws nan.
'Mr.G. has been to New York and Philadelphia and
procured all the new and fashionable dances from the most
celebrated teachers. He lias also secured the rerrices of
the talented Miss C.E. Walter, who has been very success
ful teacher in the eastern cities. She will take charge of
the ladies class. They will Introduce the Sontag IVdka, Ia
Tampiett, Gorlitza, La Somnimbula, Plain and Polka Re
dowa. Polka Maznrka, La I.ingarilla Waltz, La Cracovienne
Waltz. Schottish and ScotiiscS Cottillon, and nil tho fash
ionable cotillons of the day.
Parents and guardian ipay feel eatiified that everr at
tention will be paid to the rapid improvement of their "chil
dren. These dances are so gentle that the most delicate
lady might practice them with safety. Terms: fit) per
Days'rjf Tuition: Mondays. Fridays and Saturdavs.
Hours of attendance: From half past four to six o'clock.
Septt tf W.B. G.
RAFFlNt. PAPER. too. bundled East Ten
nessce medium Wrapping Paper. Receired per
Railroad this day, and for sale by
augir W. U. GORDON A Co-
LI)UR. SOU bbU extra While Wheat Flour,
200 " New York Mills ex. Family do;
201 " Montgomery do;
100 " Oallego Mills do;
For sale by sept27 W. II. GORDON A CO.
17011 SALE. Four valuable Farm, on the Cancy
? Fork River, 7.1 miles from Nashville, 20 hours travel
by stage well timbered, good stock farms, and the river
na igaljle for steamboats 7 or 8 months in tlioyoar. Those
wishing to engage in Ihe Lumber trade, or in raising stocet
would da well to give me a call.
A. U DAVIS,
Sept If b At the U.S. Mail Packet Office.
E nrtil .I. A n : . r -
T uu kuiiu oi i rouuee.
MORRIS A STRATTOX.
a OLD ADVANCED. Wc have advanced the sell
ing rateof Gold to one per cent premium, at which
rate the public may depend on being supplied. Backers
and Urokers notexcepted. Buying rates percent.
septlT tf DYER PEARL A
i A CO.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received at Xo. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers and vtstings of the
latest sti lcs.
ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods. A new and bcautilul style of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspender., Gloves of every dis
cription, Under-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of the best Clothing
Establishments in New York to supply me. Win. T. Jen
nings, 231, Broadway, I am prepaned to offer to my cus
tomers and the public. Clothing of asuperior style and qual
ity. Please call and examine for vourselves.
sepU a T. J. HOUGH, Agent
R. ZEVAbLAS, teacher of French at the Academy,
win aiso lane classes oi liauies ana uenuemen in me
lie would respectfully refentnF. H. Tosn. Esn W,
Cooper, Esq., M. Vaughn, Esq., It. J. Meigs, Esq., S
l Allison, tsq.
Any Communication left at Berry's Book Store will be
promptly attended to. " septl lm
JOHNSON & WEAVER
XO. 29 i" 31, SOUTH iLVRKLT SIKEET, NASHVILLE, TECN'.,
GENERAL COianSSIOIT, EECErVTNG,
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
Aud Receivers and Dealers in Cotton,
Keeps on hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, HOPE, Ac;
AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe
ral cash advances on the same for shipment.
NaUiville, Oct.6,135y wAtw.
AGGING AND RO PE. -200 pieces heavy 4S inch
100 pieces heavy 4-1 inch Begging;
350 coils Rope iu store and for sale bv
octC JOH.VSON. HORXEA CO.
CARPETTNGS, MATTINGS, BUGS. Ac, to.
DUNCAN MORGAN & CO.
HAVE now In store, a largo stock of Three-ply sup. In
grain and Wool figured Carpetings, Cotton Druggette,
Adelade Mats, Tuftie Rujs, faney and whito checked Mat
ting of all kinds, and will be receiving regularly from the
manufactures all now styles, which they will "sell by the
piece only at very low prices.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
anj50 bo Nos.70 and 71, Public Square-
POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and
wholekegs. Tennessee Blastin;, in kegs and barrets.
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to any in the market always on hand and for
sale by jnl.rtS CHEATHAM. WATSON A CO.
SAFETY FUSE. 600,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
by the original manufacturers, for sale by
CHEATHAM. WATSON k CO.
jylS at W.H.Goedcw A Co.'s Public Sqnare.
IMPmiTANT a1Tr ivalT
riHE undersigned having just arrived from New York and
I Philadelphia, he wishes to inform his friends and for
mer patrons, that hehas purchased as large and fine assort
ment of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
has ever been brought to Nashville. They arc now ready for
nspection at hia store, tho
WORLD'S CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. II, Pnblic Square.
I have taken particular pains to have made an assortment
of iUtra Size OUihing lor Gentlemen, weighing from 300
to 350 lbs., and who havcalwavs been paving high prices to
the Merchant Tsilors. '
ALSO, a splendid assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
from the age of 6 vcars and upwards.
will fate particular notice that I can supply thni with Ctoth
ing and 1-urnishing Goods cither wholesale or re-mil, as
low as any one in the city.
ALSO, just received a large lot of fine Plush and Cloth
Caps, of various sizes, which I can sell ta-eutij-fte per cent.
lower than any other house in the city.
Cvme- one, come all, to M. POWERS'
vtotids uioimng tmponum,
nugSO Om No. II, Public Square. Nashville.
VALUABLE LAJtD FOR SALE.
ON the 5th day of November next, the nndersigned will
olferfor sal 0 480 acres of river bottom and island Land,
Iving in Jackna county, Ala., at the point where the N. A
0. . It. crosses the Tennessee River, running through the
same. The tract contains 420 acres, and is divided into 7
lots of from 100 to 40 acres each, about 100 acres cleared
and in ahigh state of cultivation, tho remaining pot tion fine
ly timbered with choice growth. It is the fractional Kith
iJecJion in Township. 1 of Range 9 East The above place
is a good one, richas Guano itself, rendered valuable by the
ycry many nnd numerous advantages it combines. The R.
Road running though it, and Steamboat navigation round
and about it . It can't be beat for Corn no trouble to raise
7,5 bushels per acre.
Tebms. Credit of 1, 9, 3 and 4 years, equal annual pay
ments, bearing interest from date. Said laud will be actual
ly hold if it goes above a very moderate minimum price
fixed bv the Trustees, according to law.
JAS. WILLIAMS, r.M
W. II CHRISTIAN, ffr r o
- - A. GCNTER, 'J1GS.T.1R.0
Apply fo A. GUNTER,
ocfcj 31 w Joncsville, Jackson county, Ala.
STATE OF TENNESSEE
Htunplireys County, County Court,
September Term, 1853.
William R. Timloo.n', Adm'r, Ac. 1 Petit;on ,
The heirs ofSrEPHis O'O wwx, dee'd. j and DeSroes-
T appearing to tho satisfaction of the Court that
'vett and his wife Harriett Wyett, formerly Harriett 1
m, Ioncdar O'Gwin, Eliza J. O'Gwin, NVilliam It.
in. Thomas J. O'Gwin and Frances O'Gwin. six of the I
defendants iu this cause, are non-residents of this State,
and that thcr reside in the State of Texas, therefore beyond
the reach of the ordinary process of this Court It is there
fore ordered that publication he made for three successive
weeks in the Nashville Union and American, a newspaper
tmhlished in the city of Nashville, reouirinc said Defendants
publUhed in the city of Nashville, reciuiring said DefendanUj
riiUMitiuu uuiiumiuuLu uuvvsiiai r
to appear at a County Ccurt to be held tor the county of
llumpureys, ai ine iiran uouse in ihb town oi avcrly,
on the 1st Monday in November next and plead, answeror
demur, to said petition, or the same will betaken for con
fessed, and set for hearing ex parte as to them.
Test LEVI McCOLLUM,
octS 5tw. Printers fee $4 00. a & M.
S. R. M'CAMY,
Commission unci Forvnrding'3Iercb.CAt
Reterto --. V - '
.. J Edwak.ws A; IUiuus, ,
IaAXiEit A Bcutokbs,
, Nashville,' Tenn.
aw iAiLY AS!) CLOSE BtTTESS or SEABT MADE
I LANDE, ELSBAOH & GO.,
KanuTactarers and Dealers in
IlEAJJY MADE CLOTHIXfi.
f 'uiuteineincreasiDiruemandofRu!r.lr;!,.i. i
i tt.:.. I. .1 . .
i V. " um season laid in an un-
oovu tu IU &I1 I
OioaUieavy stock, a ereat part of irhrch i h.
stort and which we arc enabled to dispose of on the ve
lunrei euiem marKei prices anu vry saiisfactory- terms.
We would therefore respectfully invite country Merchantu,
Tisitirlg this city, and Others in'tho Trade, to make an exam
ination of our stock before tircusin'
sept -r LANDh, ELSBACII A CO.
lANDE, ELS.HACH t CO.f
HAT AND CAP MANUFACTURERS,
Jo. Avrto Mirtet Street, XashtiUe, Teanene'. '
- V V. OF Sff.K IIATS VmsI, i kT....
. .. - , ... Lt. illli.ll lUiUTE
aiia quauir, are unsurnasseu in luc citv.
. : . ., .... . . 1 -, . '
,r. - .. .. .
ALSO. A complete assortment of CAPS, manufactured .
of the best material, the attention of one of the Grin beb"
chiefly devoted to this branch.
We flatter oursetVs in being able to give satisfaction to
those who may favor us with their patiooage.
Country Merchants are respectfully solicited to examine
ourstock before purchasing.
pt2-tf . . . "uxnp ELSEACH A CO.
i' it'. rr; -j- s"p
A Urge supply of Kossuth.
' ""i!'riuiiaieironoiiin ir.i. ,.!,:, - - -.i. i ;
v i s - 'iui.u 111 c lutsiue lun
us. wmcn are Inraslit li
LAXDE, ELSBECK A CO.
Mi4EIFE & IM1AMD
COM PAW Y,
3?7 The undersigned. Agents for this old and response
Me oflice, is always prepared to issue policies npon approved
risks on favorable terms.
LIXDSLEY A CROCKETT, Agents
oct" lm for Nashville and Davidson County.
It Is nomoie the moral duty of man to Drovide lh dailv
bread fr his family while he lives, than it is to provide
against their being left penniless in tha event of his death.
Min. journal ou uje, in.
Tim ADVAX7AGES OF Lit E ySCEAXCE,
AS ElHDlTKn 3V THE
NET ACCUMULATED CASH FUND,
Havoyoulnsnranco onyonr Xifb,frtha Bor
efit of a Surviving Tamily, IlalativcM,
or Pricnds I
ARE THEY FULLY PROTECTED BY INSURANCE
ON YOUR LIFE,
Frotii the tiumy etih tint miy arite front vrnrpectid.
' 'Miihiat a nvmientof etiH-irrassinrnt, frrhapt
of vtlr iufitemy f
lilACAEBOTT, SCC'T.. VCEDEIUCCS. W1LSOX, FHIS't
CHARLES G IU.. Acioakt.
P. P. PECK, Agent,
StMfel Meidieal Examiners,
Capital Stoclr, Annual Premiums end Western Fund
Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most favot
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR THE
PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by LIND3LEY A CROCKETT.
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, july ly.
S. A. SAWTKB, . D. L. WAIXAfZ, KJIOWASD.
SAWYER, WALLACE & CO.
NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
716 iVw Orleans.
BURGLARY was committed night-before-last at the re
sidence of Jacob McGarocir, on Cherry street and the
following articles taken, to-wit: A largo ring, with eight
diamonds and a French inscription in it; a large Garnet
ring cut in too; ' a Ladies Gold Watch and Chatleine, with
coral charms attached, (the watch was made in Geneva;) a
gold cup and salver, inlaid with silver, (the cup has a re
presentation of .the Kremlin at Moscow upon it; a gold
stiefc-hcad, with the name of R. W. McGavock engraved
upon 1rj a French Port Monie, the front gold and the back
pearl; a'few pieces of Turkish coin, and other small articles.
The above reward will be given lor the apprehension of
the their or therecci'eryof the property.
sept23 tf RANIjLE'W. McGAYOCK.
100 bbls Old Bourbon, Mbnongahela, and old Rye do;
100 eighth pipes Champaigne Brandy, sup. article;
iO casks Malaga W.ne. For sale by "
septSl AVU. GORDON & C0.
DWELLING HOUSE FOR
The undersigned offers for sale his residence
n Spring or Church Street, witU the furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
U. C. FOSTER, 3d.
Or in my absence to G. M. FOGG.
nne 17 tf. ' " "
rpO COUNTRY MERCHANTS I would cal
JL the attention of dealers to the heavy Stock of Wall
Papers, I am now receiving and prepared to offer on th
most favorable term. soptlo W. W. FINN.
VrOTICE. G. 1). U'OOTON oilers bis services to the
Ll citizens of Nashville toact in the capacity of Book
Keeper, Clerk, Salesman, Ac., having mnch expe
rience References and credentials giveu if desired. Ad
dress him through the Post Otfice, or apply at this oflice,
No, II Dcaderickst cseppt lm
1 EJI ENT. 200 barrets liuisville Hydraulic Cement,
l just received rud for sale b"
sept 23 a JOHNSONA IIORNE.
NEW FALL ANDVINTiSR GOODS. "
51, College Struct.
SAMPRICIIITT, 51 College, street, is now receiving a
choice lot of Fall and Winter Goods selected in New
York and Philadelphia of the latest styles and patteins, to
Inch he invites the attention of the public (scpt3 lm.
TCED SODA WATER. This" delighTful drink, to
I gethcr with a great varietr ofchoice Syrups of the best
qualitv, nuy befouud at the Drugstore cf
sept'U :' STRETCH A ORR,
Coner of College and Union Streets.
NCJLISH JIUSTARD SEED.- One half barrel
of the best English White Jlustard Seed, for Pickling.
Justreecivedandforsiileby STRbTCH A ORIS,
septl I Druggists, comer Colicgo'and UuionSts.
gar, warranted Pure,
Four barrels Pure Cider Vine
For sale b.-
STRETCH A ORR.
-4 EIGHTH pipes extra Clumpaigue Bramly;
XD 10 " " JIarrett A Cn's do; . ,
10 " ' " A.Signell's do;
8 quarter casks Malaga Wine; ' .
5 eighth pipei Muscat do;
2 kegsStoughton's Bitters; 1 .'..'.
2 " Essence lVppernunl;
.1 bbls Old Rye Whisky
CO " Star " do;
For sale by augi" W. II. GORDON" A CO.
RAFFING FAF1-.R 100 bundles Crmvn.Me-
Y V dium aud Double Crown Wrapping Paper, for sale by
W.H.GORDON A CO.
LASSWARE.W) boxes Fancy Pint Fhisks;
" " yt no,
" " Quart do,
-W. II. GORDON A CO.
DURKKli'S HAKING FOWDERS. 100 cases
and half cases Durkee's celebrated Baking Powders,
Iresh, for sale by W. II. GORDuN A CO.
AMEltlCAN SOAF. 10O boxes American Cream
Soap, iu bars; 100 bbls American Laundry Soap, in
uuss. arranted to do the work of the laundry, in cold
water, cither soft, hard, or salt. Forsile by
sept2t W.HjGORDON ACQ.
TEN11X3SEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE.
THE next term of the Tennessee Baptist Female Institute
will commence on Mouday, Sept 12, 1833.
The teachers, recently of the Nashville Female Institute,
will roaka everr effort to secure to il,oe entrusted to their
, t i pducaiion ana nuuiu uc
Rev. JOS. 11. g f KIi:TCIIEn l&qSecretary,
julySS 3m eojl r of the Teachers.
WE have just received our assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSI3IEBES & VESTINGS,
oC New Style and Varieties.
Also, an assortment of Fine Ready-made Clothing,
and Gentlemen's Fumishilij; Goods.
sep20 CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
No. 13 Cedar st.
RAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Truais, Valises and Carpet Bags,
Collxcx srctrr, Nashvuxt, Tew,
JL Tools, compleHlt ifflojr prpndal
wish thwbest jfecITciDOsl mwTera construction; alsa
. TtArbR&AB WACHINfei .... i
Such as Zwiin'i for pssehger an J r. M
Pacnger, IreiKhr,-iilItepliir toracertpIcfedTSLr --f
STEAJKENGINrSt. . w ,
waltmasttlionary-frpm S to Goo horsc-power-with.
i boilers of the1 best Tenths? Iron,
. SAW MILLS.
. cmpletc, witli the newest and most arftiruved modes. '
. -orist niixs. - --
Manil'MacIilaeTT'rade for all sizes, complete: toi0 "
I rrf ,pr AT.v.: r.'-i.- irm fi.iu.in- .
, so Maciunerr forHlisi Vitminv. - ,. a - rvj-.i
! inders for blast, Ad ' "
I . CastlmnRoI eandaircbtorrr P.IT-
l tl . w UM.iini. u.mj. ai mvi ki IIlllCU.
1 n f . . It I J MmnT.la ....l.t el.......
Of any description, with shading; mtjl gearing, water
whceLs cast iron Bank vaults, Ac, Act, made .to r3er.
Address Joict Thompson-. Agent, 'nrfce is a practical ma
chenut) or the undersigned. JOILV B. JOHNSON.
jun2l-lv b. President,
IN Store and tor sale Cheap for Cash :
1W bbU Cin. Whisky: loo kegs Vsrlb, assorted;
200 bbls Flour, Tarioua b uds; i bags CoflVc;
itf v"? SoI,; W- Cmihe
ooU MnIoe; IWdeitd Sugar;
hxs. Tobacco; various l.yKXV Regfa Cimrs;
1ft doz Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls Mason' Blacking;
2i nas W apping Paper; j.1 rett PacWnV Yarn
50 bbU Pilot Bread; 5 bhU Boston trackers-
10 bbls B. A W. CracVere; 4 bbls Sur APieoe do
Together wilh-Pejr, Alkpice, Ginger, Indfgo, Mad
der, plln Cotton, Shot, Lead. Powder, Mustard, Catsup,
Cotton, Hemp, Bed Cords, and Plough Lines. oct4 tf.
AHJIINISTRATOIfS NOTICE NTtlcIishere
bv given to all peisons indebted to the estate cf Hugh
M". McGavcck, deceased, to enna forward andjnako pay
ment, and those bavin? claims ajjainst the estate are noti
fied to present them wiilriii the time- prescribed bv law or
they will be forever banvd.
octt lm Admr.
XHAVE this day associated with rse In the W&otesafo
Grocery, Craumission, Receiving' a'tftf Forwafillng-Business.
Mr. S. A" IHUnnevrth, late of Clirtsville, Tenn,,
under the name aud stylo o Hart A HoLUxeswoirnj.
octl . HENRY HART. Jr.
UEXEV 1LICT, JE. . X. KRUJXOSWCiSnU.
HART t HOI.TJNCsn ORjTH,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission, Beeclrinjr and For-Tyardiiig-fHerciaats,
Ko. 49 S'ortli sitle PnUie iSyuorr,
oci4 XAfirvt ix, Texy.
100 fortes KS Gofi'ec,
IX STORE AND-FOR SALB BY
NORTn E.VST CORNER SQUARE,
octt tf Nashville. Tekx.
THE BEST OF BOOTS AND SHOES A2E ALWAYS THE
CHARLES SAVERS, corner of Market xnd C-?
Union streets, would sayto hisnxtomersand
Uie public that he still continues to lAknu&aCuiw all I jtf
kinds of Bontsand Shoes at the shortest notice and of good
materials. He has now on hand a large stock of tho above
named article, both henvv andHght, of the latest fashion,
of his own make, which he oners W-saI at-'as Inw prw-i--at
lie same quality can bar purchased intheciy.j Alt he .
asks is to give him a call and be convinced that it i to the
in'erest of tn-i buyer lo encourage home industry. He also
makes to order and keeps on lmnd a siperr article of La
die Shoes, suitable fir fall'and winter wear.
P. S. Ue atring dose at the shortest notite aaS on rei
sonable terms. w o octl Sm
GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION1
AND EXHISIirOK OF FIEEW0BKS!
.,-0 70 G A
THE public are respecrtfully mtoraied Uvit W.M. PAU'
LIN, the great American .Enniaut. will veead ia Ks
Mammoth Silk Balloon iu Nashville, on SATl'KUA Y, Octo
ber 16, li3, being bis four hundred and torty-iiili Enat
Coneludin-r in the evenin-r witli (be most brilliant display
ofFire Works ever burnt Westofthe AllglfciyMoaHtainn.
For particulars fee bills of the day.
Tickets of admission to Accntiwiand Images, 50 cents
Children and servants half price.
Tickets to Fire Works ,V cents Children and servants
half price. S.M. BROOKS. ,
THE EjIPORIUH OF FASHION.
Faiii Imported llonmrt", MilHnprr, M
FALL FASHIONS" FOR 1833.:
500 FAKCY BOHIfETS. , .
WE would respecttully inform the Ladies of town
and country that we will, on Tuesday morning, the
4th, exhibit for their especial benefit the largest and most
beautiful stock of Fa'icv Bonnets, aad new styles, ofEir.b"d
l!e!"iiade and other btvles or Straw ilounets ever opened at ;
Nashville or iu the West likewise, rich lluuies. Head.
Dresses, Flowers, llibbons, Dres Goods, Perfumeries, Embroideries-and
Fancv OoodsAc comprising HieO worth.
Having im'jortcd a great part direct lrom I'aris, our prices
tJiall be lower tlun any of the boxeil up nnllenery ailver
vertixed as fashionablo and professing to be die latest styles.
Our long cngigement m the bittiness, nowniue years in
Nashville, and doing a very extensive business, must piva
ns advantage over auy other hoiue in the city, and we flat
ter onrsclrcs that our friends are well satisfied. So, now
I ijiaies, C wiailuur .isw iu ujum , " i-i v ..w
can make you look more cnclianting than ever this fall, for
tne street, luiis jioo weuawigs, muyui lu.o m oui n-
good taste from England, France and New Yoik, to assist
us in our establishment We have added to our slock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than auction, prices, a fine
stock of .Mantillas, Woolen Coa'ti, Caps Ac rich Muslin do
jnes and Cashmieres at 25, 3W and ' cents per yard, su
perior Merino at SOc worth 1jr, rich Needlework goods,
Cbemixetts, Infants Robes. Pointed Collars, Underslcercs,
Handt's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.S vto 1.73, cheap at .
8 .to5-00. Likewise, a large Stock of Fancy Goods and
Trimming. Having a large stock this fall, our object U to
make small profits and large sabs, giving tha purchaser
advantage of good bargain-". .
Atthe Parisian World of Fashion, No. 46, UmonStrett,
oct t 3m jfre,lt-
TO RUSINESS 3LEN.
E0DITS UNITED STATE3 ADVERTISER.
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THHabo-jo Paper furnishe a reUable andTaluable ac-
esting reading matter, conpected withrnjeful snbjects. Alv,
Tahles 01 i'ostages, inieresx iaoie:s v.
, The second So. wdl be published Oct 1st, and will con
tain all the business information above stated, hesittea 1 ar
ticles on the "J'rinting Typ." the "Pwer Loom, Ex.en.
sion of Patents," "News of the Month. Ae . Ac. -
The typographical aj.pcarancr' of this paper B not exceed
ed by any the United fctufes.
Single Cojos per annum scents; Fire Copies 21if-.
teenCopiesSV nnyL . Tjroadwar. New
" JIINERVA COLLKtiE,
A1,1re I .lliUJW J
TOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES,
Sitatel ftextoih Biitof XathiriUe, Tenn,
1-1 VCULTY. Mrs. Caiuabixe Joxb, Principal, Instrncf-
'ress in the French and Latin Laagiwgw and in Intel
lectnal and Moral Science. K
1W. of Ancient Linguagea to Bnpplied.
31!ssSakau Bkluc Stewart, Instructress -.n Mathematics
and Penmamvbip. ,
3b'ss Jcua Stewaut, Instructress in the Primary De
partment Jo's K. OrL, Professor of Instrumental and VocaJ Mn-
8 The SLXTU Collrginte yeay of this Institution will com
mence on the 5th ot September 1S6, and continue forty
weeks. It will be a very great advantage to all wliq wish. .
to become pupils in this institution, to be present a ttnj ; .
opening of the session. No deduction in prices can b
nted?or those who enter within one month after the com
m - mi m
mencement . ,nCTS! ? : r
Forparticnlars address, & -
septft-tf .-y,MT" "J ' Jr
GEORGE W. COOK,
sTTn-RKEY ATLAW AHD LAND AGEH.I.
ATT 0B H i. tfc village, Texas.
-j-rriLLatUnd to the collection ot debts, and the rnTestL-
yy gation ana pen""s rtj
" B. G. M'Kcocir,
it R. L. Caecthies,
"Jonx t. Briex,
" K-Ll. K1DLKT,
' ASE CARDTnEBS,
GoTerner W. B. CAKrBiu.,