Newspaper Page Text
SgggAy MORXIXC;, NOV. J5, 1853.
MR. ROBERTS' BENEFIT '"' '
On Saturday night was largely attended. During
the day die rain fell heavily, butwet streets and
threatening Oleics were not sufficient to keep our
play-goers at home on such an occasion. They
were determined . to give Rouehts a bumbcr, and
they did. The compactly filled boxes, under the un
favorable circumstances, were trulv a
compliment to his professional and personal merits.
e cannot umlertakq a criticism of the play.
Air. KoiiEKTs sustained lnm-elf fully in the cliarac
tcr ot Othello m which he appeared for the firs
urns in tins city. The other characters were well
represented, and the entire performance gave satis
Atthc closi; of the principal piece. Mr. Roberts,
in answer to Uie enthusiastic plaudits of the audi
dience, appeared in front of the curtain, and return
ed his thanks by reciting a neat and appropriate ad
dress prepared for tho occasion.
Ikrnard and Grierson deserve more than . a pass
ing commendation for the happy manner in which
they represented, the first Mrs.- YanderpanU, and
the second Miss Smithers, in the capital.farce pftlio
"Thousand Milliners." They never fail to keep the
audience iu the best humor when they arc on the
.Mrs. FAP.nES did not arrive yesterday, and conser
quently the. Gamester was played at Uie Adelphi
last night without her aid. Mrs. F. was at Glarks
ville at 5 o'clock yesterday evening, and will certain
ly arrive this morning on the Toledo,
To-night she appears in the cluiracterof Lucrgia
JJorgia. We anticipate a full house.
Nashville Price Ccrrext. Mr. II. K. Walker
of tile True Why has laid on our table a copy of"
the above publication.
'This No. is well printed, and is very accurately,
made up, and we hope our merchants will come
forward and sustain him liberally. Such a publication
ivery much needed in Nashville.
$3?T The Rev. J. B. Ferguson was elected the
resident pastor of the Christian Church on Sunday-
Auction Sales Dohcax, Morcax k Co.'s large
sale of Dry Goods commences this morning.
'r Also the grocery sale of Davis Sc Sivaxs.
"Wo keep constantly employed, night and
day, six superior job workmen at very heavy -sal.i-1
it-a. . These workmen arc turning off some of the
neatest work, ever printed in Nashville:
,,3T" Dr. Morris, whose advertisement may be
found ( among the "Special Notices," is performing
some wonderful cures if wo may judge from the.lct
tr'rs'showsi us from his correqwndents. Some of the
most inveterate diseases of a chronic character have
yielded to lm skill The afflicted will do well to
give his medicines a trial, and his professional ser
vices consideration. ' '
The Nkw York Mosrv Market. The Tribune,
of the Oth, says in money matters there is a favor
able change. It is less difficult to pass first-class
paplar at 15 per cent,, and there is not ?o much
pressing on the market. On call the supply was
bettert. and the demand not quite so active. It is
evident that the payments, on the 7th, in that city
amounted to five million of dollars, which was all
paid without, as far as it could learn, a single-failure,
proving the general soundness of the mercan
' The disbursements of the Sub Treasury" continue.
The amount to-day is358,40S; Receipts, $209,755;
Under the heavy disbnrscments of 1 the -Sub-Treasury
and the receipts of gold from the Mint' we
think the Rank statement next week must show a
considerable increase of specie.
The steamer to-day took $530,000 in specie, of
which $-103,000 werein ingots.
SEand, "Warrants are rather irregular. Tho follow
iiigWe the quotations at which purchases and sales
have been made during the week :
1C0 acre "Warrants - - - - $130 $180.
SO acre Warrants - - - - 90 9.1
40 acre Warrants 45 47
(7 The- New York Herald announces some
"wonderful improvements in the newspaper press,"
which it ha3 been some weeks examining, and fully
endorses and believes in. The improvements com
prehended consistof a new process of paper making,
a'neVsyslcm of stereotyping, and a new principle
in the construction of the press. In U10 course of
s! or nine months the Herald thinks to actually
prjntand issue with le-s expenditure of capital than
it" now employs at least one hundred thousand
sheets per hour.
E2f We refer our readers to the advertisement
of Wm. Dodo &. Co. of Cincinnati, iu another col
umn; and append the following notice from a don
Or Ikterest to tub Ladies. Messrs. Wm. Donn
!fc Co. the well known Halteis aud Fur Dealers-oC
Cincinnati, on Thursday last opened their Winter
Stock of La dim' Furs; Beaver and Felt Bonnets j
very benutiful Reaver Fiats, lor young Misses; and
11 variety of other desirable winter goods. This
firm have a well established reputation, and we can
confidently recommend them to our readers. They
wish it understood that their only plaee of business
is -where they have been located for eleven years
past 141 Main, third door below Fourth street
,tSf Medicines which never fail to give satisfaction,
anUoui he relied 011 for the cure of the diseases for which
J. S. ROSE is an Ilonnranr Member of .the Phil
adephia Medical Society, nud graduated', iu lbio, fioin
the University of Penusylvaiiia.uuder the guidance irflhe
trulv eminent lWisars Phvsick, Chapman, Gibson, Coxe,,
Janies and 1 Lire, -name celebrated for tneJical sconce
Being solicited by tliousands of hi patients to put up hit
Prei writ ions lie now olfeis to the ubUc,as lhe,iesulis of
his experience for the past Hurly jeai. tue iuiiowmg valu
lamilr Jledicine!,each one muled to a sjiecitic d
. J. S. KOSE'S NEUVOUS XSU 1NV
It I'lMXlJ cnltDlAl..
Tne Greatest Ijjicoverv m Medical Science! This aston
uhuiff prtiuralion for raising npaeak cousUluUou de
bilitaied by care, labor, ttiidv or die.ieeacu like u chann.
It pes sireiigth and appetile, and poesseji gi eat iiivigira-
""jor'leait'THseasea, all Nervous Aflcctions, JTatulence
lleartburn, KcstleiMiess, Numbness, Neuralgia, rannuf the,
tpinlJi, and giiK lower to the whole srstein, it u aluwot
miraculous iu iu eU'ect. 5o cents a bottle.
.V Medicine for every ramily.
l)o you fculler with auy puiu? tf vim do you will find
imuic.diate relief by using Dr J ,S.UOHE'd PAIN' CUKEllr
It is the only preparation nhich cures alinon iuatautly wue
throat, rlieumaiisin, from colds, paius in the side, back or
limbs, face, ear, or tooth-ache, stomach or U els, ido or
r irt- Kiiil'ni-ck. bruises, corns, aud chilblains. There is
- I10lliiiii;eoiulloillorlunipjornsinginthebreu.st. Where-
t ver vim have paiu use the Paiu Uuiur, safe to all ages. I
Tor nil Oie:i'-cs oi the Kidney ami Illndderi.
Thiii is dccklwllv one of the best remedies ever uiol for i
diseases of Uie kidnev. bladder At, and also lor polity aT-
lections alwars highK reainimended by the late t)r. niy'
kip and maiivot the mo,t distiDiniislicd medical nica
abroad. Price f0 cent.
Tor l-'ciuiile Coniplnints.
I)a. J. S. Bosk's Uolkks Pilus, for falling or the Womb,
J-'einalc vaVus Debility and relaxat inn. Price M cents.
Dt J. S. KOsfi's 1'i.v.u.k Specific -A remedy for paiuful
Jdensiruation, U-ucoiThaia or Whites. Price one dollar.
Crc.it Cure for Coush ntnt Colils.
THEUtsr Oodoh Svkup is Tint WorfLa. Dr. Itose's ccie
brated Cough yi up," gives immediate relief lo the woi-.t
coii 'h rii''ther consumptive or procedm Iixhii cold. U
'liltavs'any irritation of the Luiie?. and hnuties the stem
locust future aiuuws. In bottles at 50 cents and tl.
r. ..v, v i?ubic mn. Dvspei-SIa. Ijvkh Uoufhixt ami Is-
ltu3Tlox. TlHiusands liave been cured of the aboie ouin-
ull u.niimi(i. keeninir the bowels open
-iiiso eiviiK' htreugth and apwtit& These medicines contain
no Calomel or Mercury in any form, but po.-wse great ionic,
idterative, stomach and liver compounds, whicli never in
jure, but always improve the constitution, as thousands cm
AlT'of Uie above Preparations, with Dr. Rose's Medical
"Adviser toPenwusiu Sickness and in llealtli, to be had of
"ftU W. W. BERRY H UEMOVlLldi,
... SHELL 4 RUTHERFORD, Gallatin,
W. F. GRAY, Nashville,
McCLAIX & DALE, Columbia.
And ol Dealers generally throushout the Slate.
,.1int ml tens ol inousanu inoiv wr ,.ncu, - . ; srtn
,.?l.nr J ROSE'S lhiic VumUHHvl, oud l.u, rpo COUNTRY 3IEKCIIANTS.-I would call "
iHti-liUiotuoi JiaUrol I'M, tiie Dyspq.tic Compound L the atteulion or dealers f ihe Jieavy btock oT W nil
u .lireellv on the Liter and Stomach, wmlst the Piliscir- ! Papers, 1 am how receumg and prepared to-Mer ori the 1 ,
SE.VATC Mocvdco Scss.o.v.
Monday-, Nov. 14.:
x raycr by Kcv. Dr. LArsLtr. 1
MrNixSoji, during die reading of the miniites, "'
explained that the election of Register for East TST'
nessee on .Friday had been brought orffynderiieJ
impression that the term of the present incumbents
had expired. Hejiad "Bince learned that the terSC
did not expire for two. years. - -
Mr. FAiajaiLiRSojf presented a petition rclativeTtS"
the navigation r.fElk river. TVnnsminAai ' ""1
Mr. llvia. a petition fortlie lelief of sDnnipl YlH
Icn.. Referred . . '
Mr. Jnelso.v, presented the report oftlie Deaf
and Dumb Afyliim of Knorville Laid on-the-
Befem.ii . ; . - w ..-J
table and u00 copies ordered to be printed.
Mr. JLJlwlev, from the committefij-on Piihlin
ioaus, asuea to oe Uiscuarged from the (Conadera-
nuu ui me iw.iuun 01 citizens ot-uiaibome Uountt',
and of Samuel Martin. Granted
Mr. Moore, from the committee on the Lunatic.
Asylum, recommended the passage of Ihe bill-to-amend
tho 13th section or tho act to establish.tho
State Lunatic Asylum. Passed second"readinr:
JlrvAVE, from the conimitlee-on Tinplinjr, A'c,
ror,,irtn,l o 111 1;.,.. P . trril tf'l .V'
plinglaw.in wlilch report he moved a non-concur
rence. Ihe original bilf rejieals tiie act of-'79, chapH
iuc ati ui w-u, auu places various resinc- -
Hons ppon tlie manuracture arid sale of liquor, suclr
a taxing me capital mvestea,anu pronibitmg the
sale of liquor at public gatherings, &c, and to slaves,
and taxes foreign liquors imported into the SGtc.
The bill in lieu repeals the act of January 23d,
18413 to Ux,aud regulato tippling.houses Mr. Navq J
spoke, at .somajengtli in opposition to thebill iir
lietij and in support of. the original bilL Without
rvmpliidiniT ir 7Cavi Vrrivp wnv nml .
untfl4Vednesday, and Senator Eogers for a week.
Mr. ItKit) preJehte'd a report of tfie Architect of
the Capitol, consisting of an estimate of the cost
for the completion of the same. The estimate
states that the Penitentiary convicts can. perform (
" injuaw iu fUlDJJluu: U1C UUUUing CX-
cept buiding the towers; that the time required
nil lnKnn:..l .t I l.'ri3-'"'
wm not exceeu la or m monuis, ana the cost will
be $200,000, -
Mr. Havkos introduced a bill to' charter the Junc
tion, Jasper, and Chattanooga Railroad.
Mr. IlowLts introduced a bill to carry outin part
the provisions of the Constitution.
And'thciSenate tdpka recess fox dinner. !
. HOUSE uoiisiNOSES3ioXj;ii(i
. ; MOSDAT, N0V.14rScj
tr,.v i: . rrsrssft
iiwmu oic. (luiauaiiL luixiyuuruuieiiu
Prayer liy.EevDi!..LAPSLEY. .
Mr. Maury-, of Knox. presented the rcnort of tlm
Board . of Trustees of. tlie'Deaf and' Dumb Asylum
at Knoxville; five hundred copies ' ordered to be
nrinMtt' " -' ' -
x r ,t , . ;v , ,
. Mr. Hall presented, a memorial from John A.
Smith of Henderson eoiinij' signed -by ,a" num-
ber-6r the citizells'arsaia coUntyrfcadrand. relbr'rj
rctl to tho committee on Brinks. ... . '
Mr. Cooper introduced a resolution direeton- t n
Uie Attorney General of tiiceltrhth Judicial' circuit
of this State.
Mr.TEMrLK introduced a Resoliition 'dire'c'tbfvfrt
the-Comptroller; rule dusnended aud the resolution
adopted.- .. .
' Mr. HEnn', introduced a resolution ronuirlni" ."dm
cairns iu n-jiori in regaru to projieriy uy tnem
ooufjut, soki, ve. " - 4 .
Jir. .mabrt, xi Jvtiox, introduceu a resolution to
raiso a joint' selet committee to investigate-the
rule suspended and reSjIu'fion'iidopted.
'Mr. Holjies introduced a bill to incorporate an
Academy in the city of Memphis; read first time and
Mr. Hall introduced a bill for tho relief of anv
person liaving had bank noles destroyed by, fire;
read first time, passed and referred 'to committee on
Mr. Bokord introduced a bill to simplify and reg
ulate the pleadings, practice and proceedings iti the
Courts of Justigc'ih this State; reading dispensed
with and 150 copies ordered,!?. be printed.
Mr. CARROLL'introduced 'a'bilha'regtilate theTees
of Justice Of the Peac; read first timeand passed.
Mr. Lucas introduced a bill .to prevent frauds;
read first time and passed.
Mr. 'Gavitt introduced a bill to provide for. in--
forcing the'law in certain cases; read first time and
Resolution instructing our Senators iu Concress
in regard to the Public Land; referred to the com-;
mittee on J'edcralllelations. -
Resolution directory to the committee on Inter--
nal Improvements; read and indefinitely postponed. ,
Resolution instructin" our Senators and request
ing our Representatives to support a Homestead !
Law and on the subject of Public Lands; read and
referred to committee on Federal Rotations.
Resolution directory to lheComaiiSoioners of the
Capitol or Building Committee;' read arid" adopted.
Resolution in regard to a committee, on. Public
Roads and ITigliwayi; reail and adopted!1 ".
Resolution directory to The" committee dn Public
Buildings; read, amended, and'referred to a select
' On motion the House then adjourned uutiflialf
past 2 o'clock P, M. ' :
JIOL'SE BILLS 02? SIXOXD R EASING.
A bill to (protect the Homestead; read second
time and referred to the Committee oif the Judi
ciary. '. - . '
A bill to amend the Schedule to the Constitution;
read and indefinitely postponed.- -
A bill to give 'further time io perfect titles Jo
lands in the fctate: rbad second time and passed. ' -
A bill to amend the act of Feb. 7, 1S50; with-drawn-foramepdraentt
L n- , ; j.,,
'A bill 'to designate" fhe holidays to'Wobserved"
&e.; withdrawn for amendment: ' ' '' f J
A bill to abolish Chancery Courts and"' 'change
the code of practice; read and laid on the table.,
A bill to repeal the second section of an act pass
ed on the 20 Feb. 1830; read and rejected.
A bill to require Judges and Chancellors to hold
their Courts at their regular terms; read, amended
and passed. , , , '
A bill to make certain acts;a misdemeanor; read
and laid on-the table and made the special order of
A bill to an'ie'nd Uie laws of descents; read arid
A bill to repeal an act to regulate aad authorize
eountv subscriptions lo llailroadj, J;c; read and re
jected". r f.y "
A bill to lnMrppratUfe Mississippi amiTcnnes
see RailroatJ Copipaqyjircad, ;amimWd 'and. passed.
A bill to'ainend ari'nctIU;ntitled:an 'act'toiheor-porate-
-the Waynsbofo. and SarannalfTurnpike
Companyread, amended arid passed. v ' t'il,
un mouon uie uouso aiijjuineu until juui-jiasL v
LYONS &. CO.
IniiiortcrsniHl'Dcalers In HavannCiipirs, To-
IHItCU, illlU Ull UIIIU3 Ul JL'UIi;iU'JIJJll.n,
Conntrv orders respectfully Elicited and punctually at
temled lo. .
f .-MU CUEU'ING TOilHCCO. T1IISTOBAC
1 Co is far superior to any other now in ui, lieiuji of the
purest Aind, without any mixture or adulteration, it.ts a new
article in the Southern country, and only want a trial to
make it become universally used. Tho only place itcan be
found in Nashville is at " J.VONS &..C0.,
novlS' ' la'Cedarstieet.
7 HANOI I2S, M INUS, &e.-
-aiso Just ue
ceivrd several Quarter and Kighth' casks ol the purest
French llrandies, WliiMand I.quorsot nil descriptions.
We have also ju-4 teceivo.1 a le( cases r the celebrated
Seheidliatn Schnap. W't l-espectl'ully invi'a the inspec
tion t.f coinitrv and city, (lwlcrs,., LV.OXS A CO.,
,l(,rl3 - No. Ill, Cedar si
.vit.S! CHJAltSI! JUST KKCIJIVKI)
tine and larce un nssortmen! r.f HAVANA ClOA'ltS
h4vpr Ik-ji in NashrJle. Please call and examine
tor rourclvea, foriile cithenxrholesalii or retail nt
n' i . IiY.l)X,S A CO., 19 Cedar sL t
T ADIKS' IIONNET ItOXES V,'K HAVE
1 re.-en.sl another LOT OF -LADIES' SUPERIOR
BONN1.T BOXES. KAJlAGK'A CHURCH, J
no 13 42.0111 street.
NEW .VUltlt-AlToF CENTS' AVATEIt ,
l'ROOF BOOTS AND 11R0GANS,
. Al -li.' fUleije. Sireei
f ' O'TS'.Siijii-rior'Viili f iltthiil Water Proof Boots;
V X ' ' lVggfd "' "
CotkSole.1 " "
EXTRA SIZED DOURL!: SOLED NEGRO ROOTS;
" " ' Bn.jjans,
of all qualities, at Ve! y low prices' for cash, by
OC12'J- BW UAJl.Mil. ill IlllKUIl.
riMlOSEFl.VE SNUFFS JUST JtECUlVKU
JL per Meamer A. I.. D.ivis, 350 pounds 'of SNUFF of su- i
penor qualities ot the fine brandsofOarrctt'ssuiierior Scotch
SnulT in bottles: Room's Mucabov in boliles uudkeirs. Al- i
so. asuperior quality of Frencli Rappee i a. gallon jars, suit
able to travellers. Also, a large lot of tine cut Cavendish
Chewing Tobacco, a new article, with an assortment of
Chalk Pipes. '
The above articles I am prepared to sell Wholesale or Re
tail as, cheap as any houe in the West "
novl ' JAMES MOORE. "
Tobacconist, sign little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar
anu regular, i mitoi lavornoie icmi-j. sepn. . - (.'.'.
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN
f- Nkw Youk.Nov. 14.
The steamer Baltic has arrived with Liverpool
uaic3.io uie -u.
Sales of Cotton for tho week 13000 bales.. Ex
porters took2000, Speculators3000 bales. Orleans
Fair CaGJ; Middling 6; Upland Fair Gj; JriddlingGJ.
Demand moderate; Jowergradesdecliued.
Trade in the manufacturing districts unclianged.
Flour Western Canal 3Cs Od.; Ohio 39s. Corn-
white held at 4oc, and scarce.
Tho news per Baltic is briefly told. Everything
is enveloped in mystery. A Vienna despatch an
nounces an armistice between the Turks and Rus
sians for an indefinite period. The despatclr mate
rially advances the price of English and French
funds. Another despatch says a note from Uie four
powers is on its way to Constantinople; it is supposed
air armistice win oe made to allow time to accept
TJiis further strengthened funds. It is asain
rumored that the so called armistice was condition
al that Omar Fascha was not to commence hostili
ties until Ihe first of November, if he had not al
ready begun. This depressed the stock market. It
is stated by telegraph (probably authentic) that tho
Turks had crossed the Danube to strengthen and
occupy Balafat, with the intentiorito attack the Rus
Desperate riots arc occurring at Wagan and Lan
cashire. Jingland, by ti turn out ot the operative
and coolies. Much property -was destroyed. Troops
were called out to quell Ihe riots.
Heap, U. S. Consul at Tunis, died suddenly.
lion. James 0. Jones, of Tennessee, came pas
senger in .the JJaltic.
Louisville, Nov. 12.- River fallincr, -with four
feet four inches water in canal
'Clscixsati, Nov. 12. The river has fallen three
riTTSBURa, Nov. 12. The river is stationary,
with three teet water in channel.
SMiTHLAND, jnov. l-i. A coroner s inquest was
held over a body, unknown to the coroner, yester
day, six miles from this place, in the Tennessee river.
He was supposed to have been shot, as several
small holes resembling shot were found in his neck
aud. head. The mark of B. Roberb was found on
his shirt bosom and handkerchief. Four keys and
some cards Irom the fountain House, .New iork,
were tounu on him. lie was dressed in hna broad
cloth, and was about fifty years of age, five fe'et
nine or ten inches high.
The Ohio river is rising, with six feet on the
Louisville, Nov, 14. Tha river is at a stand
here, with four feet four inches iu tho canal. .
"CixciSSATf, Nov. 14: The river has risen two
feet and .a hal f inch since Saturday.
Hogs, four dollars, with improved demand.
Fittsbcro, Nov. 14. The river is rising, with
nine feet sixinches water in channel.
Nashvillk, Nov. 15.
The river is rising, with 3fcet wateron the shoals. The
A. L Davis left yesterday for Paducab.
Cottox. Monday is always a dull day in the cotton mar-'
ket, and we have, as a consequence, no sales to report.
There wn's biitone lot tofTercd, and that remained unsold
when we left the market. We have no change to make in
our figures 1GIS. There have been a few sales made
nt SJ, but we think 8 the outside figure, erceptfor 'sapej
JiUW ORLEANS MAltKETri AX1) SHIPPING INTEL
LICENCE. New Oklkans, Nov. 10, &0, P.M.
In New Orleans on -WednesdayCotton was verv aclire.
and 8,500 bates changed hands. Middling was quoted at
8J cents. 7,OoO bhls. Flour were disposed of at fromJS
50a6 2 per bbl.
' The ship It'oefMifOod, Capt Johnson, has arrived from
Nkw Orleaxs, Nor. 10, 9 P. M.
Oa Thursday ,",000 bales of Cotton were disposed of at
steady prices. 4,000 bags of Kio Coflce changed hands, at
from lOJall cents. Mesi Pork is advancing, nud is quoted
at ?15 25 per bbl. Exchanges are dull on London, rates
rule af from 9 to 9J lr cent.
The sleam shin f alcon is to leave ew Orleans for New
York, on Friday, via Havana.
"New Ohlxans, Nor. 7. Statement of Ouiim.
Slock on hand Sept. 1, 1858. -
i ' 9,3115
' " 178,186'
- " 753 54,166
Exported to date
Exported to-day -
Stock on hand and oa ship-board not cleared - 124,000
Sctua The demand wa lessactire. 800 hhds were sold
at easier prices. Fair to fully Fair 34a4
Mousses Sales 1500 bhls, the bulk of uhtch was sold in
the morning at 23c, but cIoii.g at 52)a22c.
FiiicK Sales 3000 bbls, including 2630 bhls St. Louis in
four lots at JC 50; 50 at J6 C2, and 50 at $8 70-
Cons 332 sacks while sold at 65c, aad 510 white cud yel -low
iu 3 lots at 6Cc.
If acqs SO caks Sides and 25 casks Shoulders were sold
at about 8 and r, 16 casks Sides at Sc, and 5 casks
Shoulders at Sc.
CorrEE Improved demand. Sales 3100 bags Kio at 10)
cents; 175 at lOVc and 100 at 11c
Fkeiouts A Miip taken for Trieste at 2c; a smalt vessel
for (lenna at 2c. and a barque for Nantes at IJfc 1000 bales
Cotton shipped to Uoston at Jc.
ExcUasoes The demand is limited. We quote: Lon
don s.ia'.i t? cent premium; , Paris St.ISUa5f.2i): New
York 60 days 2a2f cent dis; New Yprk Sight iM
November ll" J
&des:i9"hlidi atl4'C5, 4 9i 6; 7S. 5 00, 4 95,4.75, 555,
4 807-475, -'50, A 4 65, .4 85, 4 60, 4 50i 590, 4 75.
- . Satpbdav, Nov. 12.
Sales 11 hhds at f 5 40, 570, 5 63, 4 60, 4 60, 5 00, 4 70,
4 85,8 05,515, 4 90.
THE OCK.VN STUAJIEItS.
Sailing Days to and lrom the United States
UALTIC, (Am.) Liverpool, Nov. 2. foi
ARARIA. iliri Liverpool. Nov. 5. for
" Nov 9, for Philadelphia
WASUINGTON, (Am.) Southampton,
" N'ov.9, for NcwY'ork
CANADA, (Ur) Liveqiool Nov. 12 for Boston,
ATLANTIC, f Am) Liverpool, Nov. 16, Tor New York
ANDES, (Kr) Liverpool, Nov. 16, for Boston
EUROPA, (Ur) Livcriwul, Nov. 19, for New Yotk
NIAGARA. (r) Liverpool, Nov. 26, for Boston
COLLINS, (Am) Liverpool, Nov. 30, for JS'ew York
Ul) Ut .llAUUtaitn, (ur.) i.iver-
dooI. Dec. 7. lor Philadelphia
COLLINS, (Am) Liverpool, Dec. 11, for New oik
ALPS, (Br) Lii erpool, Dec. 14, for : . . .Boston
FRQM TUli U.M1K1) TAThS.
ARCTIC, (Am) New York Nov. 12, for Liverpool,
GERM ANIA, (Brein) New York, Nov. 15, for Bremen
AFRICA, (Br) New York, Nov. 16, for LivcrpwA
FRANKLIN, (Am) New York, Nov, 19, for Havre
AMERICA, (Ur) Borton, Nov. 23, for Liverpool
COLLINS, (Am.) New York, Nov. 26. for., Liverpool
ARABIA. (Itr) New York, Nov. 30. for. Liverpool
WASHINGTON, (Am) New York, Dec. 3, for . . .SouUVton
CITY OF GLASGOW; (Br) Philadelphia, Dec
8, for - i.tverjiooi.
DYE FLOUR KUSSELk & i:0.U, Ol,
IV Broad Street, have just received an excellent article .of
RYE FLOUR, boiled and unbolted.
nov3 b a tw.
CK5 Alt.S. FIFTEEN TIIOUS-
X aud extra Principe Cigars, just received by
lUEUKWANTEO. A YOUNG MAN WHO
I writesaeood hand, and Has a creneral Knowledsre of
accounts, can obtain a situation bv making application, with
references, to M. box 39, Post Oifice.
Na.-hville. Nov. 11. 1853.
rpULL.VHOMA, NOVILUKER 10, 1853.
I liaving determined on closing out mvprcent bn?iiie.-"S,
f have sold outmy entire stock to R. t! BANDY, who will
contitit-e the business in his own name, pay out tho pro
coeds of mvstocknnd collections to lliosi I am indebted
"to in Nashville, so as to make u final close by the first day
of May next. novll St J. GRIZ'.ARI)
public Uiat we have now ou hand a large and well
assoited stock of Fur. Silk and Soft Hats: Men s and Boys'
Cassimcre Hats; Cluldrens' Fancy JIats and Caps; Men's .
and lloys' Cloth. Flush and Fur Caps of every description, j
unsurpassed in good quality, style and lowuess of price,
which they oiler at wholesale aud retail.
oct22 L.NDE, ELSBACU A-CO..
II it and Cap Manufactory, No. 48, Market SU
17AUL- ANU M'lNTEU COOOS. LAME. EIA
1' BACK A CO, No. 50, Market stieet, have received
widiin the last week a large and well asMirled stock of eh'-o-.mt
ItMdr Made Clolhini of the best material, in that per-
4 WFH. are uesiruus Ol pnKainug msuiifuuMie aimv-iita
Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectful
-invited to call apd examine their stock before they bny
elsewhere. We"are convinced that we can sell lower, tluu
any olher house in the city, eiiuer wholesale or reiau
A LSO. Received this week a large lot of
XX. Shirts, Stocks, eta, tor sale low al
ci22 . L.VNDE. ELSBACII'S A CO.
NOTICE. I amclosing np my business with a view of
permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt
ed toi me by note and account, -some for years, and 1 hope
Jiey will call and pay up without further delay or trouble.
I have 'removed my Books and Papers to the room nd-,
loiniug Messrs. W. 11. Gordon A Co.
' aug 14 SAM SEAY.
BCX. XOZL, ..... TUOS.C BCttCE,
" 1 ' :BE!S M. IOEL ii CO.;
Grocers rind Commission, Keceivln
AND DKALK&S IS
Foreign and 'Domestic 1,
- ur.fU) -I
-XTTINEJ AND MQUOItSTIIItEUIIJN.
T f urea i
bbls J-eond's Rectified Whisky;
l.Vl .1. T'tfa'a .In ,1,.
50 do; Robert.on county Dp' AVhUky;
40 u uia Jionongaiicu do;
his'y 50 bakehj Champagne;
dy; 2 pipes Holland Gin; ait
bbls old uoumn u in
do American Rrandy;
no n t. Hum;
do S M Winrt
do Walker's Vintcr
20 bbls Old Port Wine: ' 'L'
20 bbls-TJure IVach Brandy;
10 bbls Apple Brandy;
20 boies II ock Wine:
half-pipes Jtadcira and 20 boxes assorted Brjiudics:
-Shcrrv Wnes; 20 boxes Claret Wine.1 f
S jr pipes Old Brandv: " ' " v f J
Iu store and for sale by oct29 BEN. M. NOEL A CO -
rpOIJACCO AND CIUAltS. FOUTV TiXS
I Gus Jones lubaecoy :
30 boxes Peter M ltoaz's No 1 Tobacco; "
25 boxes Tetci;M Bonis Gold Leaf Tobacco:"
20 boxes Alhsoa s Tobacco; 15 boxes Phtcuix Tobacco;w
25 boxes Feunell's do; 10 boxes Sam Wool's doj',
10 boxes YoungABurriU's " 5 boxes SE White's do;
Doxes .Missouri oo; .; boxes Reed 4 Nash do,
10 boxes JtUailr'rf da' It) taxes Kentuekv dot
10 boxesEnders -do; ' --. ... ' a .assiulM
50 boxes Terry s Melee Ci
gars; R0 boxes Cuba Sir Cigars;
50.000 Principe Cisars:
50,000 Regalia Cigars; Tiest brands, in sforefaiid for sale
by. oc29 . ;BEN.MiN.qRtj4C0fGt
SUNDRIES.-ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
bags prime Rio CoBeeJ J' -i'-".u
2i hi bbls bt liouis .Mills Honn " : fFlourv
jvu iiiiua iii iui;inilLCOU"-ari .MJ OU1S Ot iiOUlS CUV, JJUIS
uui iKiAiiiuu cosks iuauuer;
100 bbls Sngar-housc do; 100 boxes' Glassware;
1W 4 ll-- Sugar-house do; 100 bbls Vinezan
600 bbls No 1 Kanawa Salt; '2.7 bbls'Loaf 'uar;'
100 kegs Nail. assorted:
20" bbli Powdered Sugar;
100 Demijohns, assorted;
"6 tierces Rice;
5 ccroons best Indigo;
10 bags Rsce Ginger;
10 bags Pepper;
In store ami for sale by
m oois uTuweo sugar;
uu uags uotion larns;
10 casks Soda.
BEN. L NOEL- A AO..
"XTOTICE. HAVING' THIS DAY ASSOCIA.
T ted with us in .the Giocey Business, -THOMAS pj
BURGE, our business will bo conducted as heretofore, im
u. uicujicui It . ill, iiuuuai.
oct29 BEN.. M. NOEL A CO.
JIcCUEA 4k TEUUASS,
Corner of Broad and College Streets, Nashville, Tenn
Agciiiafor laaiths I'llmurghaTul htehnif, X X X, and
. , " VeletiraUd Aejmftt'
TJ ALE ALES. POUTER fc BUOWN STOUT.
JL "HAVE now iu store Uio following, which they Will sell
aii uiuurgn prices, (iranspomuion auueu; uvaay:
iza unis u v-miiii si'iiisoiirgii Aie lor sunimeruse;
1 50 " Kennett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale; i
100 do do for family use;
20 Caks Bottled do;
may22 ly b. q.
Q UGAU AND 3IO LASSES 175 hhds Prime New
kD -Orleans Sugar;
75 bblsIxo'T Crashed, and Pulverized Sugar
,1?,A1,,,,ieU'iIe41?101 , D .
1 00 $ bbls do: 2okers GoldinSvrure in store
and for salo very low, tor Ca-h or Proiluce, by
may-Mi- AlctiltclA arTEUKAHa.""
COFFEE, V1MV11, CANDLES, &c.CW bags
W "io vyoneu; ,iu uo uiguara ao.
201) bbls hup Hour, various brauds;
ltlO boxes, boxes, and y boxes Star Candles;
75 do Summer and Tallow Candles;
SO do Doyles Superior Soanr .70' doi Starch. For
sale very low, l,y lumy21 McCREA'i TERRASS.
IRON. NAILS, CASTINGS, STEEL & AXES.
130 Tons Rolled Iron, warranted; '
10 do BelLs hammered Iron;
9o0 Kegs NalLs, assorted sizes;
20 ToiiS Titfslmrrrh t!.LSltri,Fr
5000 lbs Englishllfislcr, Crawley and Caststeel;1-'
20 Boxes Axes. Forsale, bv- ' - i
may21 MeCREA &TERRASS.
puies. Brandies, some- very tine;
JLi 1 Cask pure Hot
olland Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puncheon Irish Whisky, very fine;
25 H Casks Port Wine; 5 & Casks Sherry;
lOVdoTenncriOe; ' '
25 Baskets Chanijiagne AVine, pints and ipiarls; "
80 Boxes Clarel Wine; 10 lo Brandj Cherries; -
40 Bbls Robertson county Whisky;
35 do Sain Davidson's .Extra do;
50 do Copper distilled Whisky;.
00 do Jlouoiigahela. Rj c do; CO do American Brandy;
. 1 5 do American Gin: 10 do N. E Rum:
35 doSweet Malaga Wine; in store. and for sale on lib- I
eral tenns, by may21 McCREA A TERRASS..
rp OllACCO AND CI'.GARS 25 boxesLanghorn
JL and Anufstead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson V do;
30 boxes jMuscoaam i ooacco; B do Jventucky do;
60000 navanua Cigars, various brands;
50000 Mela Cigars; 2000CfCuba Sixes doj
inayiil JacUKKA fc Tr.lt ltAaa.
ALT. 140 Bags fine SalL -
1100 Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale low by
may2l . . McCREA A TERRASS.
UNDRIES 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Copperas,
to uagsuinger; in uo renperr-
5 do AJspice; a cases Indigo;
60 cases Imperial and Gunpowder Teas:
1 Cask -Madder, 3 cxnks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Soda;
CO Boxes of Jennv Lind and Quart Flasks;
100 do lint and' Half Pint Flasks;
300 Gross Mason's Blacking:
100,000 PercUMion Caps; 2 Bbls Alum;
900 Lbs. Dried Beef; 400 Demijohns, assorted, T i
The abore will be sold very low at the corner of Broad
aud College streets, by McCREA & TERRASS.
may2l n n.
STAR CANDLES100 "WHOLE, HALF
and quarter boxes'i-uceived't-erS. BSliylock this day.
UV7.SJ. .12 -"cvlfcI-,io v'r.'-V J I
.) . . 1 1 -, , I 1 ' L , I. 1 1 1 1 1 . . .
ti eeived rer Shvlock 'and lor wile bv
nov3 :- ' ilcUKEAi TKIJH.MSH.
Tl.lATCHES-l'IVE CASES JUE.ST-J1ATCH-
j IIS, leceiyed per Shyloct.
McCREA & TERRASS.
"A TELEE CIGARS FIFTY
Jincinnati Melee Cigars.'
McCREl A TERRAS if
I'fA'R ITANDLUS. 50 boxes Star Candles, reeeiv-
5 cd per Shipper, and lor Sale low by.
oct20 " McCREA k TERRASS.'
30RK RARREJ.LS WE WISH TO PUR-
chase 2.000 PORKUARREl. lor which we wilLpav
thehighestpriceinCash, at 35 Broad Street: ' '
IlOV .ji-vi.j,. u. .unlink
PERCUSSION CAPS.-RECEIYEDON THE
steamer Shvlock 1.XK).(iO0 Percussion Capi G. 1).
Hutcd, which we will sell in lol3 at Eastern Cost, transpor
tation added. nov4 McCREA A TERRASS. "
)EA NUTS, I-'EATIIERSi.C.-WE WILL
nav the. hlk-hestrrlricula Cash orTraUil for "Pea J'uts,
'eathers. Dried Apples, Peaches, Ginseng, Beeswax, Ac.
novl b McCREA A TERR.VlSS.
"VOTICE THOJIAS U.-UIMU.-IJ 11AV1.-MU
this iiw nnrrliased an interebt in Uie House of BEN'.
Jl. NOEL A CO, would most rcsjiectfully solicit his friends
and acquaintances to give huh a call
Nashville, Oct. 2J,J53. THOMAS C. BURGE.
T-ALUAULEHUILDING LOTS FOR SALE
V AT AUCTION. 1 will sell on Saturday, the l'Jth or
November, (if lio'tsoVl previously,) ten beautiful building
lots in Edtrelield. frrtntincon Spriug and Wetmore streets.
Eight of these lots front 60 feet each, Iwo of Ihcm front seventy-nine
feet, allbf which un back1 200 feet to a 12 foot al
ley. i I'e-sons uesinms i,i purcnasiiig unit im j:iiiiiu;iii. iki
dences would diwcltby calling tuf me soon.
tlt. A. ii.Vl.liU v li, uen i Ageni,
nv5" " No. 17 Deaderick street.
-TOTlCE. THOSE VKIHOaS IIAV1AU
claims inlhecoiiiitryor couhtrrtoTis711iJit they wish
collected immediately, can have them attended to by calling
on ' P.; A..BALLOW1-; General' Agdnt; J
novl , No. 17 De-adcrick street.,
OR SALE. A S.1IALL FARM OK FIFTY-
X? tiro ncies, about 4 milesfroui Nashville, ou Ihe Spring
field Pike: It has a beautifnl biiildinglilte. immediately on
theTunipike, andtheland is well adapted for gardening pur
poses, giazing, Ac; one.half of which i enclosed with a
orod post and plauk fence, and a sullieient ipianti ly of Ce
dar railscn the premises to fence Ihe balance, w hich will be
fold on a" credit of one and two years, fbriiiites paya'.de in
bank, with approved security, drawing interest from date.
Forfnrther particulars npply to It. A. 1IALL0WE.
nnrl3 Af"- Agent.
TpVVILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
X Auction at ihe Oiurt House, m Nashville, ou the Ibth
mst. Lots Nos.9, 10, 11, and 12, coutainiDg 2 acres 22
miles, us desigualeil in 11. II. Childress' l'lau of lots on tho
North side ot Cumberland River, and near the Gallatin and
Vaughn Turnpikes, and in Ui immediate, neighborhood of
ThoJ Chadwell and A. McFerriu's. Terms made kuonn
ou the day of sale. K. A. BaLLOL,
nov'j . o General Agent.
T70U SALE.-l II AVE 10 ACRES OF LAND,
Jj six milesfroui Nashville, and about one mile lrom the
Lebanon Pike, one-balfclcurfil and the balance welltim
bcred. ThU land lies as well as any in tne county lor a
bcre.1. ThU land lies as well as any in ii
niarket garden, all well enclosed with .1 goo
will be exchanged for city property. Apply
. R. A BALLOWE.Geiii
wiln a good lence. ur u
novj .no.u ueaaencic street.
LANG HORN & ARMISTEAD. 1UU J'ACIC
jiges or-LanVhoni A'Armi-nead1 superior ChewingTo
biM-oo.lust received and for sa-V by
ortirt JOHNSON, IIORNE A CO.
TVTOTIGK WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A
AN competent to manage a .ML ULU A.N I AllLL,
! nm bysteam power. One giving satisfactory testimonials
, ..r ra...;i.r i., nil tlm ulica will be liberally Daid by
the Sumner Steam aud ilercliant Mill Company, Gallatin,
Tennessee. Jt A. BLACK.MORE, Agent.
Gallaliiu OdoIr, 1 S'8. trwtlt.
IIVAN respecttully ofl'crs his services to
dfNasbville in tbe practice of fMedicme,
and especially in the treatment oi unronic Diseases,
ficii ou the corner of Union and Summer streets,
TTTIX lOlV PAPER. TeasterS and Center Pieces.
now Piittprn AT-ui'S Tif wide, nlafn i.nvn. .ini.ifi- said term 6f the Court F. R.C
er lot just received by AV. T, FINN, nov9 twAwlstdec-Prinfer's
,....01 r ifj-'t-.k -i,t..ii;: . i.-r....- , ....
, , . I J. JI4I .CI SI, lit 4 I , 1 1 UIIIUU UUU 1UU Ull.l
D K IF G GISTS,
Ho, 7, Jforth College Street,
-i- NASHVILLE TENN'.,
,ULD respectfully "iulbrm Druggists, Merchants, J
T Mirsicians and Manufacturers, that thev
,, "nccu l" frug business in the new building
on College, near Church street, and intend confining them
wires to the WUOLESALK TRADC Their stock is near
iV . rcsU oae' unJ "'eyare dctenuiuej lo make
bom the prices and qualities Satisfactory. Ther oiTer for
sale low lor cah or ou lime to puuetual men
mo gallons Dest Winter Sperm Oil
800 Taiihers' Oil; '
1065 pounds Indigo, of prime oualilv.
14S3 do JIa.Tder, ' - " i15
do Jiitiact or LogrooJm small hoxej-
Muriate of Tin; '
Refined SaTpetrc; ,
Epsom Salts; ' ' ' '. .
Gum Camphor: '
Sup. Carb. Soda; '
lr ' . l- r..'
10 U ro. M'Lune s Vortu i fu-re:
" IO do M'luie's Liver Pills; .' ,
20 do Fahnestock's Vermifuge;
lOOdoz. Mustang Liniment " " "
100 Gro. wood box Matches; ' "
830 doz. Masou's Blacking; ., '"
2S0 m. G. I. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead dn " " ' '
" 800 do White do ' d'o; w ;
$00" do Letharge;
1600 do Eng.ctiefian Red;
200 busli, Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
43 boxes' Bonn's Scotch SiiufljTn pkickages;
24 do Garrett's do " , do; ,
COdra;' do inbotlles;"
43 do MaccaboySnulT, in.'cots;' "
1000 lbs. " lujars'andbbls;
800 boxes Window Glass assorted;
4000 Jbs. Putty; " .
130 pounds Pearl Sage; , "'
' 110 do Tapioca;
650 do Gum Arabic;
CG doz. Cod L"verOil Rtahton, CUrke i Co';
CO do Seidlcl's Powders, iu tin boxes;
30 do Soda: " "
. GO.pouuds Calomel, English and American;
'10 do Hydriodate of Potash;
2151 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
C3 do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron;
IScbsefleliri s Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's l'ocket Cases oflnstruments, of various stvles-
m,..i.l. J Iln.l-.l I'..., F V...L . i.: ' '
iijoiviaiu wt.. vi , i .. i -i laic's il. 1 1 Jf
Amputating, Dissecting, Lytliotomy, Trepouuiuj and
iiuwue xusirumeuis, lacuss,
Medicine Chests a vurielv of styles and sizes.
I33f" Feathers, Beeswax. Ginseng. Flaxseed. 4e. taken
ai me. nignesi marcei nues. oct!3 tf
1 OLD LEAF AND FOIL. 10 ounces Abbey.
VT best Gold Leaf: 13 Packs best Gold Leaf Received
and forsale low-by Oct20 EW1N BROTHERS,
ZINC "WHITE PAINT.-iokegs receiedand for
Sale low. This article is suid to be much iui.-ei lor to
While'Lead in brilliancy of color, durabilitvin etrxwed.
I... i i:.il." I. .- : i i. i.i. r. -
o.j uu. unic ii,,ic. A.iwuii" inreiv iiiui use in
Uie eastern cities. oct20 EW'IN BROTHERS.
T T) TT fl O f T) TP
JJ ll U T U 1 U 11) I'j.
Comerof iHarketand llroadsts., Nashville.
B. F- 6
Cl SUCCESSOR TO CAJITWIIIGIIT AXT)
O ARitriTRONG, IWhoIesola Dcalec in Drugs,- Med-
Corner of Broad and Market street, Nashville, Ten
nessee. AVould respectfully iuform the public that he has
purchased the stock of Cartwright A Armstrong. Druzirists.
corner of Broadway and llurket, where he iutends litpii g
a large and well assorted slock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Turpentine. Dye Stulls, Window Glass, UUss Wale,
and all other articles, usually kept in Drugstore, together
Willi asioccoi varieties suiiaoie i.iriue uounlry traue.
Druggi'ts, Merchants, Physicians, Manufacturers, and
Planters, are invited to call and examine the slock before
purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell at such
prices as will give satisfaction to all; the quality of the goods
are warranted to be as represented. A large'stock having
been purchased in tho East since purchasing the stock, will
enable him to compete with any house in theSouth nest. lie.
oilers tor sale low for cash, or on time to punctual men ;
500 gallonsTauner's Oil;
5W lbs l.itliame;
10 bbls I.inseed do;
lOiXllbs Venetian Red;
lOootbs Spanish Whiting;
40- bxs Boon's Scotch Suutf;
20 bxs Garrett's do do;
4 bbls Maca boy's Sr. air;
5i',0 His Aqua Amonia;
200 lbs Spirits Nitre;
5iH) lbs Sulphuric Acid;
5 bbULird. do;
4 bbls Epsom Salts;
500 lbs Ex Ixigwood: .
200 lbs Madder;
175 ,lb Muriate of Tin;
500 lbs Alum;
250 Hi Gum Camphor;
raVtfllt.il Sun fVii-h SiHii-
50 gross M,'Lunos VerniifVe 500 lbs Nitric
20 gross Fa'instocks do; 500 DiS Muriatic
10 lbs Syrup Iod Iron;
500 Rs Red Iiead;
leathers, Beeswax, Ginsen:
, Ac, taken in trade at mar
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
Davidson County Court November Term, 1853.
llenry J. llyde 1
MillaSliannon and others )
IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the following defendants, to wit: William Shan-
non and his wife Jlilla I-liannon, formerly Mula Hyde, whose
residence is, not known, and Kdmond Hyde, Martha Uyde,
and Moririana Hyde, the three last beuis minor children ot
John llyde, jr4 deceased, and residents of Uie Stale of Illi
nois, are non-residents ol mis stale, uuu are out ot Uie juris
diction of thii-Conrt, and iIihMIh.-usual-process of this
Court cannot bo served upon them, it is ordered that public
catkin be made iu some newspaper for said defendants to
come forward on the first Slonday in December next, and
plead, answer or demur to tue lull, ollierwise tne same Will
be taken for confessed as to them, Und Set for hearing at the
UK ATM AM. Clerk, Ac
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
DaviuNon County Court November Term, 1853.
George-JJUamleU, Actm'r, and oUiers, 1
vs. f .
Souire Johnson, and others. J
IT AlTARGto.Uie satisfaction of the CourCin Ibis
cose, that two of the defendants, to wit: Squire Johnson
and his wife .Martha, Johnson, are non-resident of tlveistate,
being citizens Jf theState "of Missouri,- and that , the usual
process of this Court coulilnot be served, upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made in some pwspapet lor
thirty davs, requiring sua ueiemianis ioapear aiiue-ue-ccmber
Term of this CourCand plead to tha, petition, oUitr
wise the same will be taken for coafesssd as to tbem, and
set fur hearing, tjepirU. F. K CHEATHAM,
N-jtO wAty till dee 1 Clerk.
,jSTATE OF TENNESSEE,
Dnvldson ,Cuuuty Court November Term, 1853.
E. A. Mabry, Adm'r, 1
DanielD.Mabrv, and others, )
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, m this
case, that tltc defendants. Win. 1L Mabry and Lewis
Mabry, are non-residents of Ihe State, and that Uie usual
process of this Court can -not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made for thirty days in some
newspaper, requiring said defendants to appear and answer
at tho next term of this Court, December, 185J, otherwise
they will be proceeded agains t bydefault
nov9 wAtw till dec 9
LAND FOR SALE. BY VIRTUE OP A DE
cree or the County Court of .Davidson county, ren
dered at the October Term,- 1S.VJ, in the case r Thomas
Farrellr Administrator, vs. the, heirs ot Jeremiah Shimmick,
deceased, I will tiller for sale', at the Court llorfse, In? tfie
town or Nashville, on Saturday the Sd of December next,
a TRACT OF LAND, containing' ten acres, situated on the
Murfieeslioro' pike, nbont seven miles from Nasi villc
Said Tract of I-and belonged to the estate of Jeremiah
Shimmick,deceased, anjis sold for the purpose of paying
debts' of the estate; and upon the following terms, to wit :
$2iKin cash, 8150 upon a credit of six months, and Ihelbal
nce upon a credit of twelve months, wilh interest from
the date. Notes with good secnrUy required, -and a lien re
tained upon the Laud until the purchase inonev i paid.
octJfi trwAd F. It. CHEATHAM, Clerk.
BY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS ul .fieri acias tome
directed, from Uie Circuit Court ot' the United Stales
orlhe Middle District of Tennessee, foundeil on f.mr Judg
ments, rendered in said Court at ifs September Term, 166,
David Jayne A Son, w. Mark L. Cartwright, and Iroy
Annstrong, Judgment 15th September, 1853: same, rs.
same. Judgment 15th September, 133..; W. M'CulIy A Son,
r. s tine, Judgment l5th Srileiuber, 1S53, and John M.
OtV, w.'same, Judgment lf.tli Seplcmber, 165ft. -' '
1 will sell to the higheit bidder for Cash at Ihe Court
Ho'nsedoor, in tlfe City of Nashville, on MONDAY, the
12th day of December, 1853, all the right, title, claim, aud
interest, of the said Defendant. Leroy Armstrong, in and
to the following Lots, in the City of Nashville, to win
LOT, No, 3U( as designated in the plan of tlie.Crllegoor
Academy property, fronting 50 Jeet on Cherry street, an,l
running back the usual depth of I-nts in that Dart of the
City, and is adjoining the residence ot Wm. StockeR.
ALSO, part of Lot, No. 37. fronting 50 feet on Aimmcr
street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the
North-west corner of B. F. Musel) 's Lot on the eatt side of
Summer street; thence alongiho essl sidol saiu street
50 feel? Uience at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 feet to Newnam'a line; thence running
back with" said liiie about lOofeettoan Alley; thence souUi--wardlvwith
said Alley fio feet to Mosely's corner; thence
witw the line or Mosely's Lot, oboiit 170 feel, lo tho begin
iriie undivided inlejest ofiI.uk L. Cartwright, in Uio
above described Lot?, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deeds, bearing dale Uie 21st June, 1 853, and arc of re
cord in tho Register' office Tor Davidson couuly, in Book,
No 17, pages 2U5 and 29o.
Both of said Lots have been "levied uponasUie property nl
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold lo satisfy said writs;
Una 23th day of October, 1553.
Marshall, U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
Br his Deputy, B. N. CLLMENTS.
steamers, alot of John WalserV. -iOTbjtte
barrel bv oct28 j.O.AaBOBERTaUN.
-i f HALF BOXES JENKEVS & CO.'S TEA,
IU inbulkandin metalic pocks-from 15c to-.Sc pr
pack-warranted pure. . -r..
ti ly boxe HVrtKnuHEBiaoS
J.O AC. ROBERTSON,
' EICHAUD 0. CURRIY,
CUEailiJT AND UKUGGIST,
Au. 85 Union street, JiUihnBe.
I II AYIXG purchased the entire interest in the firm of
A. . -urre - Jlart", W1 continue Uie DRUG BUSIr
N rivs in this city, and hopes tlmt Uriel attention to business
.th ep'l!f apJ senuintnn, f his stock wilt ensure him
a liberal that of public patronage,
lie expecu in a few riat s to receire hia
MPnm,,5CiIEil,ICAL ilaS8il ""UGSand PURE
y,v ir,:,E& l1sether with the usual variety of Painlt
VO, litrnuhn, Giiftnireani Finer articles for the trVJI
tfU and city retail irult. ' ortSiC
KIC1I.VRD O. CURREY, CHEMIST AND
DRUGGIST, No. 85, Union street, Nashville. ILvfh.it
reGteil my Store, and now refurnishing it with the choicest
or even- thing in tho way ot CHEMICALS, MEDICINES,
DRUG-, Ac, respectfully soliriM a cimtiuwuice of Uie pat
ronage so liberally extended to him during the past twoyears.'
Ha warrants every Medicine and Chemical sold by .him
as pure fresh and genuine. None other can find a place in
Physician's prescriptions compounded with neatness and
dispatchat aR boors and of the choicest medicines. od23.
"T I ISTP llrfWIVPli "l- t'iir'x. rKT.'ifV"T
fJ supply ,,r the SHAKER UEIUS. "oinsisting of Sage,' f
Hyssop , Cutuip,lmou .Balrn, Rue, Marsh. Mallow, Double '
manyqmntity. oct28.1 RICHARD O. CURREY.
WIN1S OFCOLCHIUU.il SEEDTHK OF-i
w, . . ,6aa!iX rticleof thU valuable medicines of Powers A
Vhightnian s manufactuie, just received by
RICHARD O. CURREY.
rpiNCTURE OF VERATUMVIRIDEA
X Dew and fresh supply of this very valuable new reme
dy, just received by
Riqil.VRD O. CURREY.
QELECT POWDERS OF HASlELLr.MlKR:
O rick A Bull; equal to if not superior to Uiose of any
other establishment. A full assortment on hand, fresh and
genuine. Physicians should usenootberkindorracdicines.
pvISSECTING CVSES.-FOL'R DOZ. CASKS
JL of Dissecting Instruments received and forsale lowby
RICHARD O. CURREY.
oct23 No. 85 Union st, Nashville.
T ARORATORY FOR ANALYTICAL CUE-
JL MISTRY. The undersigned continues to give his at
tention lo the analysis of Mineral waters, ores, soils, veget
able suostanccs, ana productions oi art. lie is supplied
wilh all Uie necessary apparatus and purest chemicals, and
will promptly analyze all substances placed in bis posses
sion. nen it is practicaoie, researches will be instituted
and opinions given on all chemical questions.
Terms moderate and uniform.
RICHARD O. CURREY.
ocl25 tf No. S5. Union st, Nashville.
GOLD, 4 DAMP, WET FEET.-"TO PRE.
vent this very disagreeable and unhealthy condition
of Uie feet, get Uie WATER PROOF CORK SOLES, for sale
bynovt U.G SCOYEL,
onn i""in lively
received by novl
II. G. SCOVEU
rpiIE FAVORITE It RAND OF TOBACCO,
X' l-anghnm A Armbtead's. for sale, at retail ur whole.
sale, by novt II. G. SCOVEL
rpiIE .HOST UNPRECEDENTED LY POPU-
i lar and ellioaciou BODY BRACE is that originated
by Dr. lUuninr. fordelii ate. weak and debilitated females
or males, who sutler from weakness of the breast, slwirt
uess of breath, pain in tho chest, weakness and bleeding of
the I me-, palpnatioo of Uie heart, dispensia. costiveness
and piles, tailing of the boweb and tendency to rupture,
falling of thiwoiiib.
Forsaleby II.G.SCOVEU "
North side of the Public Square, three doors West of tbe
Nashville inn. novj
7)ILI PEKSONS SUFFERING FROM
L this very unDleasant anil lainful romolaint. will find
relief in Ihe use of IIoilsc's Pile Ointment. For sale by
nov4 11 G. SCOVEU
TMt. TllASK'S MAGNETIC
JLy ougnt,to lie Kepi in every loiiiuy, to appl
wounds, bruises, cuts, sores, pains iu tho uock. breast or
side, as well as all rheumatic affections. For sale by the
Agent, uov4 H. O. SCOVEL.
Lbs. STARCH On hand and forsale by
RERG JIEDICINES-JUST ItE-
100 gross GncRnberg Vegetable Klls;
uw cozen ureen Mountain uintment;
20i) do Grx-renberg Health Bitters;
10il do ' Lve Lotion;
73 do Marshall's Uterine Calholicon, for diseases
50 dozen Libby's Pile Ointment
600 do Dysentery Syrup,
50 do Sarsaparilla'Compound;
200 do Fever and Ague Remedy:
100 do Children's Panacea;
12 do Consumptive Balms (hourly expected;
GO.000 copies GnBt'enbenr Health Almanac, for 1851.
for gratuitous distribution.
novlO Agent Graifenberg Co.
CI1EAI WINES. J IIST RECEIVEDFRO.il
the Gr.erenberg Company in New Y'ork
12 do Schiedam Gin;
12 do GoldShem-;
2t do 1 'articular Maderia;
24 do Port Wine;
Tho above liquors are warranted to be rename, and ot the
best quality. "Thev are imported by Ihe Gncfenberc Com
pany expressly lor medicinal purtxrtes as the subscriber
Keens uiese liquors solely lor trie accommouaiion ol ine
public, and without any eye to profit, he wdl sell them at
retail for one dollar per bottle, each, which is just about
their original cost and carriage, and lower than any pro
fessed dealer can undertake to sell articles of the same
quality. - ALEX MACKENZIE,
novio Agent uneienoerg tompmy.
OTRETC1I &ORIC, CORNER OF COLLEGE
O and Union streets. Nashville. Tenn. Wholesale and
Retail dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils. Dye Stu3,
Window Glass, Perfunerv, Fine Toilet Soaps, Brashes.
Pure V tnes am ISranuies, expressly lor medicinal pur
poses. Druggists, Physicians, country iiercnants ana .Man
ufacturers suptilied on the most liberal terms.
STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale aud Retail Druggists,
sorncr College and Union streets. nov9
s-vfii.fir;vi; ivatrii iniT in.'r"f'rvi."i a
V J laive supply of superior Cologue Water, in large fancy
bottles. Forsaleby novS STRETCH A ORR.
.ri-riiirrvr nv uiiMinu Tsiy hn'i'V
Basin's Compound Ox Marrow, a valuable preparation
for the Hair. Forsaleby nov9 STRETCH A ORR.
AJIANDINE A SUPPLY OF TIUS VALU
able pre aration for the cure aud prevention of chapped
hands. Just received and for sale by
nov0 STRETCH A ORR.
I70RTY-EIGIIT 1IOTTLI-S DR. Null-
WOOD'S Tincture of Veratrum Viride, for controlling
the; Action of the Heart and Arteries, iu all eases where ther;
Is a preternatural frequency, x or sale by
TRICOPH ERO US . TWELV E
J J i
dozen Barry's Tricopherous for the Hair. Just received
and for sale by novU STRTTCH A ORR.
DR. VATERS' TOOTH SOAP DIt. WAT
TERS Dear Sir This is to certify that I have used
your Soap Dentifrice, and am perfectly satisfied it is Ihebest
article ot the kind in use, aud so long as you continue to
manufacture it of a pure article, you will find a ready sale
for it. No person in the travelling community should be.
without it. C1IAS. S. ROWELL, Dentist.
No. 11. Chambers street, N. Y.
Six dozen Waters' Chemical Tooth Soap, just received
and forsale by STRETCH A ORR,
novl) " Coner College and Union St.
R. GOURARD'S riVLIAN.1IEDIc7VTEi)
Soap. Forsale by STRETCH AORR.
-A fiSDlCAI. CARD. Da. J. N.ESSKLMAN has re-
tsnied fiom Europe and wilt resume the practice of 1
his profession, ollicc as heretofore on Spring street, opposite
the Episcopal Church Particularattentiou given to chronic
diseases and sui"ical caes.
and from 2 to 4 P. M.
-from 8 o'clock to 10, A. M.
SURGICAL INSTRUiU ENTS. THE UNT
dcrsigiied have just received a largo assortment of Sur
gical Instruments, consisting in part of the following kinds,
Trepanning Instruroe its;
P.cket do of various
rtylcs and prices;
Pale Caustic tr womb;
P.ckel CuS' and Vials;
Y uva Scissors;
Extra" and second quality Fore, im; Month Mirrorx;
Cases or Pental Instruments; Impressiou Cops, Ac. Ac
Weinvih" theatteution of Pliysiciiuis and SJndenfs fo
the examination of the above Iiftmuients, all id which are
from the bjst nisnnfacturers, aud will bo sold at a small ad
vance upon cost, b STRETCH A ORR.
Wholesale and lletail Druggists, Coiner College and Union
17iNK TOILET HOTTLES. A FEW PAIR
ot Fine Toilet Bottles, for Colognes. Received and for
sale by STRTCHA ORR.
PONCIN'E SOAP. FItENCH ANDA3IER
ican 1'imcineS.wp, fur cleansing, whitening and soll
eningthc hands, and use in the bath: received and for sale
bv . f STRETCH o!: ORR,
VhoTesale and Retail Druggists, Corner College and "Union
TrtYjTF-Il 3(.P FOR PRES ER V I.VGTI I E
JN "kin frum chapping, softening and imnniviDg Uie com
STRETCH A ORIS.
O supplyof Ihe mostapproved kind. I'i'S,i ?,"!?f"r
sale by STRETCH A ORIS.
, I EDICI.NES, -mATHAVE UEENFULLY
JL teste.1, duniig thepiwtyear, by many or Uie most rc
siKCtable citizens ofNashville- The advertiser is pennitted
to re'er to Mr. Samuel Watkius. wluwe servant was cured
Xa most inveterate Scrofula. Also, tho servant 0r Mr. J.
Colilnsof the aame disease ive cases of Cancer have
been cured; twenty cases of Bone lelon. Mr K. 11. Joness
son was cuiedor Kre Rye.afU-haying been under the
treatment of two of ihoiiKut distinguished Physicians for
eight inontn3,aiini iiiuuir "'
At least one hundred re pectable lrsons in Nashville,
and its vicioity, id be seen who will vouch for the great
benefits of Ins course of treatment, without tbe use of the
knife or mercury.
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis
eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and aUJin
purities of Ihe blood.
Twenty years ( constant PracUce, fifteen in New Orleans,
prior to coming to Nashville. Those interested, are res-
,f. ; , 1 , it - I fj. r.t nv
pecuuny lUTiieu w can, examiue anu commit, mi
Office No 47 Union st, near Cherrv. . , .
norlO-ly. B EbWARP.THO'
M nov" iLA jiIXOyg.
-NAXTfiV firivrJK'K. TEN CASES PRE-
' . ... j- w
serrea uinger, receiveu- m jr, "J.
R. A J NIXON.
THE JJASHVILLE KANUFACTUBIKi COMPAJfY.
THIS establishment is now provided with Machinery and
Tools, complete, of the most modern contraction; also
with the best Mechanical skill that tbecountry aiTordS.'nnd
respectfully- solicit orders. They are prepared to execute as
follows: . .
RATLROAI) MACHINERY. - -
SucnasZftWHrficr for Passenger and Freight Trains.
Passenger, Freight, and Repair Cars completed, and almo-l
every description of work appertainingtolUilRoa-Js. - .
Boat and stationary from 3 to 500 horse-power with,
boilers of uie best Taints Iron.
Machinery complete for fiUing up Sash or Circnlar Saws
complete, with, tho newest and most approved modes.
Engines and jlachinery made for all sizes, complete; to
gether with Machinery for Sugar Mills and Cotton Gins al
so Machinery for Blast Furnaces, embracimt Gutlren Cut'
xnJtrs Tor blast, Ac
. ROLLING MILLS.
tngmevCast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for Roll
IngMilhJ Complete made at shortest nntice.
BRASS AND IKON CASTING,
or-any description, with shathng, mill gearing, water
wheels, cast iron Back vaults, Ac, Ac, made .to order.
clieuist) or Uw undersigned.
..uu. , .uu. . rtgeni, moo is a practical m-
JUUS II. JOHNSON-
jun2l ly b.
THE EITPOBTOH OF FASEI0N.
Pari Impnrtcil Ronnets, Milliner-, Ac.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1853.
. 500 FANCY BONNETS.
WE would respcctlully inform the Ladies of. town
and country tliat we will, oa Tuesday looming, Uie
4th, exhibit for their especial benefit, the largwtand most
beautiful stock or Fancy Bonnets, and new stvles, of Fjnb'd
Belgnada and other styles or Straw Hounels ever opened at
Nashville or in Uie West. Likewise, rich Plume. Head
Dresses. I lowers. Ribbons. Dress Goods. Perfumeries, Em
broideries .and Fancy Goodsic, comprising t2u,i worth.
Havinir imported a great part direct from Paris, onr prices
shall be lower than any of vhe boxed np milleoerTadver
vertued as foshionablo and professing tube the latest styles.
Our long engagement in Uie business, now nine years in
Nashville, and doing a very extsnsive business, must giro
ns advantage over any other house in the city, and wo flat
ter ourselves that our friends are well salisSed. So. Jion
Laduo, we wish your visits to male your selections. We
can make you look more enchanting than ever this fa! for
Uie street, bills and wedding, having Ladies of superior
good taste from England, France and New York, to assist
us in our establishment. We have added to our stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than anction prices, a fina
stock of Mantillas. Woolen Coats. Caps Ac, rich Moslinde
Ianes and Cashmieres at 25, SO and cents per yard, su
perior Merinos at 80c worth 1.35; nch Needlework good.
Chemizett, Infants Robes, Pointed Collars, Vndersleeres,
llandk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1.35 to 1.75, cheap at
8 50 to 5.00. likewise, a large stock of Fancy Goods and
Trimmings. Having a large stock this fall, our object is t
make smaR profits and large sales, giving Uie purchaser
advantage ot good barsaini.
At the-Parisian World of Fashion, No. 4, Union Street,
next to the State Bonk.
oct 4 3m Agent
BONNETS, ItlBBONS, Ac.
A'o. 14 OArry Strett, near O'mion.
MRS. E. LOCKHART respectfully infcrm tbe- Lsdierfo
Nashville and country, that she bM new received her
(elect Fall assortment of the newest ami most fe.hionabli)
Bonnet?, Ribbimi, Flowers,
Thankful to the Ladies for past favors. I Batter niTseJ
that I have something very beautiful to shew them this
season. Please call and see before you purchase ehewhere.
Jllta. K. l.UUMlAltT.
oct27 tf It fherrf st.
THE BEST OF BOOTS AND SHOES ARE ALWAYS THE
CHARLES SAYERS. corner of Markel and rrStf
J Union streets, would say to his customers and fQl
the public Uiat he still continues to nmnulacture all
kinds of llotsand Shoes at Uie shortest notice and of good
materiahi: He 1ms now on band a large stock of the above
named articles, both heavy and light, of the latest fashion,
of his own make, which he offers for sale at as low price
as the same quality cau be purchased in tbe city, AU be
asks is to give him a call and be convinced that It is to the
interest of tne. buyer to encourage home industry. He idso
makes to order and keeps on bond a superior article of La
dies Shoes, suitable fir fall and winter wear.
P. S. Repairing dune at Uie shortest notice and on m
sonable terms. w o oct 1 Sia
3IEMRERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
And the numerous Strangers now visiting the City
ARE respectfully invited to call and examine WATER
FIELD A WALKER'S AW Style Jrt UUU for tie
The style of Hats issued by lh Establishment has always
taken ihe lead; manufactured from the finest material, of
superior finish and faulUess design, impervious to rain sod
atmospheric change; their Hats challenge competition with
Uie Hats of the Seunon.
WATERFIELD A WALKER'S
octl City Hat and Ca Store.
If your Head is difficult to Fit -tall and hare the
shape and size accurately taken by WaterfWd A Walker's
French Craninmeter. they ae daifv manufacturing Hats to
order by this valuable machine, anil in all cases produce an
easy and comfortable fit.
o"rtl WATERFIELD A WALKER.
Our Fnncy Department Comprises Ladies' Riding
HaU, of the latest desicn, Childree's fancy Hats and Caps
of all Uie latest styles of the Season; all of which we shall
sell at our usual moderate prices.
octl WATERFIELD A WALKER.
TO MERCHANTS. Merchants who wish to pnr
xhaSe a select assortment of Hats and Caps should call
aj Wateriield A Walker's their assortment is new and va
ried, and their prices low and uniform.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Fashionable Hatters, No. 26, west side Public Square, next
to Gowdev'a. octl
"HALLO RAN S ALHAAIRRA,"
43 Cherry Slrtit, tpfUe Coftr't Buddings.
THE above establishment is now open to the pil-lie
and in a style demonstrating to those who
call Uiat there is nothing left undone. The. bar is J
stocked with the, finest V ines, Liquors, Cigars, etc. etc "
and the Restaurant is so- arranged Uiat Uie gnt may
rely on tbe luxuries of Uie season being properly
served up- In fact, his arrangements are complete.
and he hopes to enjoy mine patronage. The abore depart
ment will be under the immediate superintendence of ilr.
J. S. llKirrou, the undersigned himself devoting his enbro
attention to the Cutiin and general supply departments. -Continual
eXDeriencc of the last tfleen rears in some of
I the first houses in New York. Philadelphia, Bahimore ami.
tins city serves lo mace mm ot opinion inut no can ccnaucl
a house- to meet the wishes of a good custom
STTiUNCH every day from lO'-i top.';' and atnight
from 3 to 12 o'clock. W. O. HALLORAN,
octll lm Proprietor,
""ALHAJIURA SHOOTING GALLERY."
npHK above Gallery is now In full blast, and fully an-
I - f . r 1 1. :. , . 1.1. V, 1
J swering the ends fur which it was established, v : A
place ci genieei auu niuoceuk uutiecmsui, 1. is wcji v.u
structeil, and lias alresdy openl a new era In our city
amusements. The gallery itself Is one of the finest in Uie
Union, liarinir a larceronm attached '.therein will be leund
I the prominent newspapers of the day, for those who prefer
I reading to practicing on Uie gallery. "Gentlemen, call and
j M. W.O. HALLORAN, Proprietor,
j P. S. A basket of Champagne will be opened to Uie gen.
j tleman riogingtbe bell the greatest numberof times In buc
I cession between now and New Year's Day, M.
! octtt W.O. U.
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE. A large
Brick House with 8 or 9 rooms kitchen, Ac, on
the Franklin Pike, adjoinimr the residence of Gcx Weed
ALSO, a Frame House, with 5 rooms, Ac, on middle
Franklin ViW, known as iheBateman place.
ALSO, a Rriek House with rooms, Ac, No. 31 Sprues
street, near Cedar.
ALSO, a Very neat Brick !Housc with 4 rooms, Ac, JTo.
100 Cherry street, below the Verandah.
AIO, a vacant Let fronting So feet on the north side or
Broad street, running back 110 Teet on High street
A LSO. a vacant lxt near tha X. A C. IS. R- lS"i, front
ing 14" feet on Uie Penitentiary Pike, ruBumg back 2.4
AI0 eieht beautif.il buildinc; Lof in Vest Na&hvffle,
No. 90. 3a. 52, K. t. 12. " f. f J . .
ALSO one of Rowe s large patent coin eratfeers. Make
earlyapp'ncltion at O.Hc No. RUO,
aoy9 tf Keul &rtal8 Apnt.
ATEG I US F0RSALEJ A verylit ely negrow-.-man,
an excellent field band, 1 years old, and chill
3 tears old. I wish to sell said negroes to some person who
will 'rive them a good homo in Middle Tennessee.
0 R. W. BROWN.
oc No. s Cherry st
ESIRARLE HUILDING LOTFOit""LE
On the Franklin Pike, between ilw lesideECesof Jo
seph Vault and James A. Woods, Hsqsv, containing 23 acres
has on it an excellent spring-. JIake early applications to
B, W, BROWN, Oen-1 Ag-f,
octS No. W Cherry t.
LINCOLN HALL FOR -SALE. A LARGK
and commodious store house, with a large ball abov -,
and family dwelling in the hasemeat an.1 part of Uie sec
ond story ofUio building. Said property s on College
Hill. Cherrv street. A bargain can be had by applying
soon, at olhce No. 63 Cherry-street.
nov R.W BROWN. RralEstafe Agent
nOUNTRY RESIDENCE :FOR SALE.-
Vy TbesuDscrieerouers wrsaiD uu -cinii
.11 .kmi !t mil.Mt rmm NnHhviiIe. on tne Murirers-
boro Turnpike. It consists of about 6'laeres, one-hu
t.nnu-t- A further description is unnecessary, oa Uioseue-
zu-oos to purchase can cau and examine for themselves.
Terms One-Uiird cash, and a credit of one and two years
on Uie balance. If not sold privately befbro the 19th inet,
Uie premises will be offered at public sale at the Court-house-on
that day. nov8 tf S. J. CARTER,
R. P. S. lVOODWAltD-OSico NorD Cherry
street, thrw doors north of Church street, baton band
Yacine Mattel of the very best quality, which he will sup
ply to the profession generally. ochi ly
t-cr uu v l3Eil