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f li N AS HVL&IvE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 30, 1853 Corrox Extorts. The Mobile Register, a gooJ paper, by the way, gives the Following table, show irig.tlie amount and value of the cotton exported from- the country during the fiscal year ending- J uuo 3dtli, 1853. The Southern States are evidently prospering a? well as the Northern. Besides nearly a. hundred and ten "millions of dollars worth of their cotton sold abroad, they sell many millions Tvorlh to thcNorth. And their tobacco crop amounts to inauyyniillions more. Exports of cotton follows: ,. Whence. Exported. for - the last year are ti Pounds. C10.9CG.701 182,329,040 18,431,339 5,937,303 . , 109,300 ' 120,234 120,411,504 04,033.745 "2,045,095 93,811.074 2,159,141 ' '208.322 4,900 577 Valuer Xew.Orleans, Mobile; ' -Apalachicola,. GalvesKori, Key. est,, Charleston,, Savannah, ' Boston) Ne'vviTo'rk. , PbUddelphia, t.:I4 1 Halumore,, "Vermont, Niagara,' i .:t i it i . $57,352,1S0 1G,5G0,3C8 1,G4G,319 041,821 8,747 ' ' '20.8$G t.:t. 14.411,504 ,0,957,010 233,195 11,051.210 2571020 1 I on iiA ' '430 1,101,109,712 $109,GG2J."554 V ! I . -Th New Yonic Cirr Basks. The officers of forty-seven banks in'INew-York city, held a m'ee'ting od'thc 2lst inst tocousidcr-the heavy losses those banks liare lately sustained by defalcations, em bezzlements aud thefts. -. The ifollowinc. are, the Banks which lave suffered most seriously: i Bank of the State ofNew York, Batik of the State of New York, bills " stolen from the counter, Sank of Commerce, , 'crchants' Bank. 'Metropolitan Bank, American Exchange Bank,' Uauover Bank, $1G0,000 37,810 80,000 200,000 1S0.000 . 00,000 25.000 . s Total, 742,810 mr. VANCE. ; Tt will," be seen froth'lhe correspondence below -ithatiMr.A . takes his benefit at the, theatre to night." 'Mr. Yakck is a laborious and paiasitakipg actor.'' 1 Hi)' richly ' deserves the compliment 'thus 'tendered him, and we hope will receive a substan- tial benefit. . , - Nashville, Nov. 22, 1851 Mr. Yaxce Deak Sm: The undersigned, in con--sideration of your merit as an actor, beg leave to tender you a complimentary benefit, to take placo at the Adelphi Theatre at such time as may best suit your convenience : f.ufi . Respectfully,' your friends, ' J, G. McClelland, M. Powers, . James Davis, , I rJt!D,'Bricn, ;;in:s.Ewi.lg, ' Jno. M. Kiddleburger, - B. Clieatham, I J." .Rose, . -.UlWiP.tiragan,-, A.J. Polk, Joe C. Newnan,. M. W. Wetmore, . A. J. D. Thurston, - Tom Callender, A. C.Norvcll, J.D.D. Smith, John S. Payne, A. Brashere, C. Davidson, ' 1 J. G. Ferguson, H. S. Taylor, ' G. W. Darden, Jrhn.C. Webb, Win. llbbson, ' A.M. Saxon, Sim Prichitt, S. J. Buckley, V E. Reynctt, St. C. M. Morgan, P. R. Cheatham, A. TIeiraan. " Nashville, Nov. 24, 1853. . . Gextlemen : For the handsome compliment 'you have so kindly tendered ine, I can but feel gratified and grateful gratified to think that my- exertions as an actor, have met with your approval mid administered to j-our amusement and grate ful to the flattering testimony so generously offer ed. I propose Wednesday. November 30lh, for . the occasion. Trusting this may meet your wishes 1 remain, gentlemen, yours respectfully, - T. M. Yaxce. The Aetrosomical Dioramas. These really mag nificent and instructive views were rather better at tended last night tlian on the previous cveninpy 1 ' though not as well as we could have wished., This was, doubtless, in consequence of the inclemency of the weather, for we are certain, that were the nier- ' . its of those splendid drawings fully known to the people of Nashville, Prof. Dacct would have no cause to complain of the lack of apprccTation on the i part oft our citizens. The Professor leaves to-day " for the interior of the State. VW Mr. Vx Zant has arrived 111 our city and intends delivering a lecture at the Hall of the House 1 f)f llepresentatives a? soon as he can makearrauga ' tnents. The subject will be ':Risc and Progress of American Liberty." 537" " The Advocate " is tho name of a weekly neutral paper, the publication of which has lately been commenced at Mary ville, East Tennessee, by W. P. Collins. The Sandwich Islands twelve in number em brace a superficial area of about six thousand and . one, hundred square miles. Four of the islands are ' -rocky and uninhabitable. TEMPERANCE CONVEUTION. Temi-krance Hai.i., Nov. 2fi. The Convention, pursuant to adjournment, re assembled this morning in Temperance Hall, and .O.rTn motion -of ,Hu'. Carroll, Esq., Itey.'d Alpha Young, of Jit. View-Division, No. 04, was elected , Chairman. ,n Messrs John II. Curry, and Thomas J. Haile were elected Secretaries. Kev. John P. Mcl'errin then offered up to the Throne of (J race, an appropriate prayer. The Convention was duly organized and some fifty delegates enrolled their names. The following resolution was introduced and - unanimously adopted: , , liesoived, That there he a demonstration of the ' Temperance Orders of Davidson and the adjoining counties. 011 Thursday, the 29th of December next, and that appropriate addresses be delivered. uiAfter which a resolution was adopted, appoint ing Messrs Isaac Paul, Hugh Carroll, John H. Curry, John H. Nelson, John A. Petty, John II. McFcrrin, James J. S. Billings, and A. Young, a committee for the purpose of making the necessary , arrangements, and to report at an adjourned meet ing of the convention. Hugh Carroll, Esq., offi-rcd the following resolu tion, which was iwtmimou Jy adopted: ' Resolved, That all the friends of Temiiemnce and Prohibition in this county, be invited to meet in Convention on Thursday, 2'Jth of December, at 2 o'clock, for tlie "purpose of effecting a county or ganization tho object of which shall lie to pro mote the Prohibitory reform of the Liquor traffic, now agitating the citizens of our couutry. It was moved and carried that the City papers be requested to publish the proceediugs of this con vention. The Convention then adjourned to meet Satur day, December 10th. 11 o'clock, A. M. ALPHA YOUNG, Clt'm. J. Hkxry CritREV, ) Thomas J. Haii.e, f Sec. i.nniF.u On the 29th iti!t., by tlie Kev. Dr. Baker, at tlie residence of Dr. J. D. Winston, Mr. I S. Hollins, of the firm of IL S. Holliss & Co., to Miss J L E. Nelson-, all of this city. Died Iti McWliirtersville, nearNaslivillec, Nov. ' ' 20tli, Mrs. ilAnr F., consort of Dr. Ja.C. Pattek sos, aged 23 years and 9 months. She leaves dc-Jf.- -voted husband and tlirea children to mourn her ir ... t;reparableloss. , (1'''.liU ,,. ",.',, iuij Paris,' .Tena,:papsrsiplea8e.copy. .j . T?OR ST. LOUIS.-THE REGU- LAR Packet ALEONA. Caotam Jame Miller, will leave Padueah on Thursday tiie lt I). c The steamer Mouticella leaves here at 2 P. if. this ..day-. for tlie Aleona nov30 a niiiiTTnv' . XlAtUIUiUi't Agent.. FDR .MEMPHIS AND NEW OR- rases t LEANS, the U S. Mail Packet, CITV (IKyW lit? TTTTV-fTT t f 1.' . - . r, 1 r 1 -VH'-, here on WEDNESDAY, llie 80th inst, at 6 P. M., connect ine at Memphis Mi the New Orleans rackets. . A. Ij. DAVIS. ) , nov29 A. HAMILTON, f I70U LOUISVILLE AND CIN. 1 CINNAT1. TLopi-Kl ntcamlxatUUM-ni-nr ivn vmrv II n !,f.,.,. MatUr. will lcaieas above on TUESD.li'. tlie SSlh inst , at 4 o'clock 1'. J'. For freight or passaleap- norST. t AcePa- STEAJIEIl NASHVILLE.-, T1IOS. UKLUSNVDER, Mastkr. This superior bteamer having been thoronhl! nrerhatiled. daringthe jiast wimmer, is noTV,in complete oc? Jer. and will resume her regular trips in tbaiNew Orleans und XaUiville Irade. on" the first rise or water.? Forfreight or passage, luring excellent accOmmodatif rplrto j.a-McAllister a co., jiovas-aa ' Agcnt. "iV11 V I L L K, LO Via VI LLK 1 and Cincinnati l'ackct, RESCUE. J.f, liaj Mills, Ifaster. ThU splendid newla-r''"" '' sengcr steamer has beep recently- purchased for IheTabore au(,uiiutiiiiiiiiiki; irgumr mps aunng ine jtreseui sea son. Any business entrusted, to Capt. Mills, will becare- miijunu promptly iMicnaeu to. A. 11AMILTUJ, nor0 AgeuU STUAJIKK IKOQUOIS, C. PE- TKILSO.N. Masteb. Tli is snlcndid Klcam. er.'baT-ug been thprritiglii y f ejioired.'mll run j Jsea neular l'acket betivecn this Port and rnv Urlcanx,,aud rilllearc the first rise of watery For ,' ciglit or Passage apply to J. & R. Y EATM A.fi$ igBll. NEW- ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS TJ. S.TAn, PACKET. Tllh fcpiendidriow tiaftenger steamer, II. li. . niLL,Tn'os.NwL, Mas WE ter, win run in n.e above trade th;s sea son; leaving Memphis on her Hrst trip on Saturday, the 2id oT October. The HILL connects at Memphis with the Xashvilteand Memphis U. S. Mail Pack ets, and will give through tickets from New" Orleans to Nashville. The splendid pasocnger steamer JOHN SIMPSON', will leave Nashville crcrv" Wednesday, at tS P M, with freight and passengers Tor the Hill. A. HAMILTON, I .... octS A. L. DAVIS, f A&aL NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET LINE. -r70R MEMPHIS, NEW ORLEANS.ST.AZ J1 MUIS AND LOUISVILLE TRY-YSJg . WEEKLY. The Splendid New Passenger 1 plcnl(l ev PasMner5 Steamers Citv op Hc.vr-vru., John Simi-sox. and Kmihs sr, will leave Nashville every Monday. Wednesday and Fri day, at 8 o'clock P. M., connecting at Padueah with the dai Iv Louisville and St. Ixiuis tJ.S.Mail Roats. and at Mem phis with the splendid New Orleans steamers iJullctm, H. It. W. Hill. Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving through uiikcu-iiiwiu .iMiiiiiu 10 cnuur ih uie poiuttf autjre naineu. Tlie accommodations of this line cannot besun)asi!od. and passensers will lind it by far the speediest means of travol cither North or Soulh. ' For freight or passage apply to ' A.UHAVIS, A. HAMILTON, octS Agents at Nashville. NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS- tnuU -TAVIi-Xii.. T I3LLE-KE V, PEYTON A. KEY, JD Commander. This large and magnifi- LJS!slJsS5 cent SUmmer is now ncderiroin!? a thorough :irl?g reaTr at Louisville, and will take her place as a'Rpgulart i-acKe: u ineaooveiraaeassoonns mere is suiucient water, and will continue during tho entire season. In point of speed, comfort aud safety, the BELLE-KEY is unsurpassed on the Western waters: which, with the lon experience of her gentlemanly. Commander and theac knowIediTcd husines-! capacity of her Clerk fll r. Lewis North ern.) enables us confidently to recommenu her to the busi ness and travelling community. Mr. Northern will give prompt personal attention to filfingorders for Groceries, Ac. Ida A Miare ot patronage is rcApccuuIly solicited. JOHNSON, H0RNE A CO, aug7 1m Agents. Nuhville, Louisville anil Cincinnati 'Kegnlar Weeklv Packets. I 1 lTlE SnIpnrtiH nfvr T'nnrwr Rtini.r iS 1 ST.mSMAN,H.G.McCoiiAS, Master, QkS&t JOHN P. TWEED. David MiLuio.Ma.ter.3-. will make regular trips in the above trade, leaving Nash ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Returning, will leave Cincinnati every Wednesday,.at 4 o'clock, P.M- The above boats are A No. 1, and are officered by cxpe rienccd bn.-ine.--K men, who will be thankful for orders for merchandise, and promiso to give satisfaction to all who may entrust business to their care. scptlT tf JUItMsO.N, HU KM-; X (JO. Nnsh ville mid Louisville Weekly Packet, VM. GAJtVIX. C. T. REEDER. Masler. THIS splendid Steamer is neirlv com- rt- fv pleted, and will beat Nashville ihe first Uy-rf rise of llie river. She will carry 400 tons eatMi and her accommodations for fiassengers arcunequalcd bj-' any boat of Iur dimensions, Stic will be commanded by Capt. C. T. R1.I.KK, long and favorably knowu to our community, and the Cumberland river trade, generally. She will make regular weekly trips, leaving Louisville 011 TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock, P M. At the former place passengers will find various Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey them to anvvuiint of destination they may desire, vie Thcold established line; to Cincinnati; Union lino to Wheeling: Pittsburg and Iiu isville line; JeU'erson Railroad, Ac, Ac. AH alio, ding the.. mpiest accommodations, comumcd wimcxpeuiunn. lT All orders will bo filled as low as at Cincinnati. fCr rorrrei; epl0 tt" lit or Passage, npiily HENRY T. V to KATMAN, Agent, TUA3IERE. HOWARD. R.V. KOimiKRN. Jiasier. tins spiemnn j-iv;( steamer is now in tine oraer and will run asEE a regular packet during the 'seaon between this port and New Orleans. She will Ieavo on the first rise of water. For frexht or passage appl v to nort) J:AR. YEATMAN. Agents. Suint Louhi nud Niikh ville Semi-Weekly Steam Packets. AT.EONIA Cakt. James Miller. SAI.LIK WEST Cait. J. V. Tmioor; npHK above splendid steamers will com- . ffiV v X mence their regular trip! 011 tlie first ySijfpgy nr-cin isuuioenanu juvi-r, unu continue in the trade during (tie season,-JeavingasliviIle and BL Louis every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 P. M. For freight or pas. sage, having unsurpassed accommodations, applv to novil b A. HAMILTON. Agent rpjIK AMERICA. THIS PA- L vorile Passenrer and Fieicht steamer. now atSmithland.has been throihlv re-?t paired the past summer, and will resume her regular trips -under the command or Capt. Jew: Jouxsoy, .between this port and New Oilcans. 011 the first rise of water, and con tinue ui.til the season is closed. Forfroight or iiassage np ply to JOHNSON WEAVER, novl2 Agents. IITL1S IIKEF AN1 PORK. For sale 100 likelv MULV-S, Sand S years old; 35 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fed.) and 100 PORK HOGS. Persons wishing to purchase can sec meat my residence in Bedford county, 10 miles South west or Shcluvville, or address me ov icncrat uiciimonu Post Office " nov.!5-lf. ' M. P. GENTRY. -t Wi riXN'.s WALL SKSTT VV . PAPER STORE. No. 41. ...j'jEai . !nr-t Sllropt. hpttvivn Union ami the Square. Several new and beau- tiiul designs of Decorative Paunelling and Senna Maible I'aper, just received. A great varieiy cf Gold and Velvet Papers on hand, and cheap Wall Paper of every description. KSf Paper Hanging promp;ly attended to and well done. ' W.W.FINN, novl" Market sliect, between Union and the Square. UILD1M. LOT FOR SALE A DESlltA RLE Ii"t on the West side of (iallatiu Pike, three miles irom Nashville, containing 10; or 11 acres, adjoin ing the residence of P. Maynor, Esq. Terms libctal. Ap ply at office No. C8 Cherry st. nov23 L R-W. BROWN. Agent. rpWEXTY-SEVEN LIKELV Stflltlllisw 1 rrV O-W.i.. HISs..i; u, and Girls, amone whom are several v.mta. Persons wishincr to purchase aud examine, as we are delennineil to sell low for cash. novlC DABBS A PORTEIt. No. 5)5, Cedar st N. It. Also, a first rate llru.e Camntcr. OFFICE OF N.VSHVILLE GAS LIGHT CO, I November, 4, 1S53. ) A DIVIDEND of 8 per cent, for the last twelve months 1 per share has been this dav declared on the cap ital s'ock of the Nashville Gas Light Company, payable on tlie 4ttt of January nejct timo being allowed to enable such Stockholders as inay hold fractions of Shares to consolidate them. J AS. H. KENDRICK, nov1 1 m Secretary. ARRTaCKS FOR HUtE.-tlIE SlfR- SCKIItER rttuniH his thanks for the larga share of patronage he lias hitherto rcceiveil in his line; and would in lonn tlie public that he has just purchased an emirely new sulk Caruiaoe, which, together with othergood ones, he offers for hire day and night. He has careful and ex perienced drivers, and can be found at all times at the Verandah Stables, Cherry slrecl. He will drive his new Carriaeo himself at all times. nov2--lw. JEIUIY STOTIIARD. lTOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. IN An eleclion of Fifteen Directors to manage c; llinnir.iirs ofilieNi-hwlleand Chattanooga Rail cmnninr fur thunext vear will take Dlace atMurfrees- I biro', in the lttli nfDeceniber, and the reHrt of Ihe state of 1 I IV ' ..r .1. . JT. ...III l.a .A nl 'iiml 3r-- I 1U. aujirs l UK luiii .- ..... ..-- holders wilt bo taken 0:1 tin road to hear the report read on iheUth d back home on tlieHUi or 15th. or over the whole ii-a.l and back 01. the same day. f 9 they may prefer, frce.fc'aree. Tl.ev will bo re.inire to show their stock cortific.de 10 the Conductor as evidence of the J right to go free on the cus. J y Parties travelling under this privilege must have owned their stock tliiity Ja s or more. Vf. A. G I J.AVES, Secretary I10V.-I hi N A C Railroad Ompauy. pOUEIff JIOOItH, CMJlfssTON MER CHANT, Cincinnati, O.. Agent lor the r.urclia.ie aud s.deol laird and Linseed Oil, Star Candles, Ciiecse, Clov-r and Timothy Seed, Su; .rtine Flour. Buckuhcat Flour. Ac , hopes from long acquainlanco wilh the wants ofNashvide Merchants, to till their orders satisfactorily. Prompt ness and small profits.J3SI novl7 Sw i70R"SALI TWENT V-Fl V E ACRES OF J LAND, nine miles from Nashville, in District No. S.and immediately on the Liberty road, one mile from the Frank lin Pike, and about three hundred yards from the Owen andWinsted Pike. ' .' '' ' nov26 R, A. BALLOWE, General Agent. &3r 3 superior liou.cJ vill do well to call BY TELEaRAPH. ARRIVAL OP THE t STEAMSIUP. Atlantic. New York. iov. 'J, The Atlantic has arrived with dates to the ICth Sales of the three days 15,000 bales. Speculators took 2.000: Exnortors 1.000 bales. Orleans fair C3: .riddlinsr ft TInland fair C: Middline 53. Dc ' O. J 1 Ol r mand moderate, and tirices favor buyers. It Is runiored tliat a battle was fought at Buchar est, hutit is notnown who was victorious. New York, Nov. 2S. Cotton moderately active. Sales of 987 bales. Exnort 3.910: Homn 3,P51: Speculation 2,335: in transit 1,027 bales. Fair Up land 11: Fair Mobile 12: Orleans 12i: Middhn; Uplands 10; MiddUng Mobile 10f; MiddUng Or leans 1O5. FarOitr News ner Atlantic , New York. Nov. 29. It is rumored that the Sultan has placed himself at the head of the army. Letters from Cabul, jsiate that a large Ru.sian army h marcliingpnthecaiitol,Teheran, with the avowed purpose ot conquering tlie country, luese rumois added toserious apprehensionson account of cct tain movements among the Afluans, ld a large rem forceraent of Isntish to collect at Peshwar. The report that Persia is collecting an army to operate against Turkey is unfounded. The British arc in a bad position in Birmak icany 111c wnoie 01 me now i-rpvince is in mo hands of the enemy. Tho famine ig raging in iiirmali, Uiuna. 1 lie insurgents surpngeu'tne tin perial garrison at Sluinghai, and gained possessfon c' the City without resistance. The chief officr of Government escaped, and placed himself tinder the protection of the United bUtes. The report thatPekin had also fallen is not cred ited. Canton is quiot. The imperialists arc making strong efforts to retake Amoy The Emperor has accepted tlie aid ol .the J artar chlels. It is runiored that a battle occtired at Oltanitza, between the T irks and llussians. The Turk were victorious, 1200 Russians killed and w'ounded. CisctNNAii, Nov. -29. Tlie river is stationary. PiTTSUuna, Nov. 29. The riving Is fulling, with 4 feet scant in- the channel. COMMERCIAL. N-VSItVILLK, Nov. 2!. Cottox There was an extra fine lot sold yesterday at 9c; Mnsallerlote at !f COaS 7.r. l'rices arestill irregular, and wo hear of co speculative demand; sal.j conlincd to tilling or ders. New 0KLEtN. Nor. 28 Cottox, Arrived since the IStli instant, of Louisiana and SlUsisslppi ir,a35 bales, Tennessee S354, Arkansas 170!', Mobile 44, Texa27l; wgeUier!. 1,017 bales. Cleared in.the, same time for Liverpool H223 bales, Jlarceloiia 84.), Genoa 503, Boston 1237, Philadelphia !, Baltimore 152, R.climond 114: together U1S2 bales. Stock in presses, and on.stupooanl.nol cleared on the itia instant. SB fivl bales. Our last report left the cotton market with but II tie ani mation, as the tenor of the Arabia advices gavea material check to operations, most parties being desirous of obtain ing more definite accounts respecting the state of affairs in Kui-ooe. Under similar circumstances the business of Saturday was confines ' barely 2o00 bales, at previous rates. On Monday 1I10 tatters by both the America and the Ualtic were received, and busings m tho Cotton market was resumed to a fair extent, the sales of the day rearhinp- fullv S50O bales. Vesterdav the market did not exhibit any very great activity, but still there proved to be a fair enquiry, and sales were effected to the extent of about 8000 bales; making a total for the three days of 19,100 bales, taken fur England, France, Spain, the Continent and the North. With respect to prices, we hare no marked change io notice, and continue former quotations, but we would 10- mark that for the last tiro days the advantage would seem to uave been rather 011 tha mdo o( ssllgrs, especially tortnc grades from II id Jling upward, as these are limit in request and least readily obtainable, as has beeu the ca&e for some time past. Toaxcco. The Tobacco market remains wholly inactive, and we have no sales torejiorU Prices are nominal at the moment, therefore, though we may again remark that hold ers generally are linn, and demand outside rates, especially lor ttie lower grades. Lues Factory " Planters' Iur Inferior,,...,.., " Fair , , , , . " Fine , " Choice Selections. .... cents.. 5 a 5Jf .'. a C r, a C eM a Gfi -7 a 74 .,8 a'J Arrived since the 18th instant 9 hogsheads. Cleared in the same time none. Stock in warehouses aud on shipboard not cleared 011 the ntli instant, C,A15 hhds. BTEAMBOATS. RIVER-FALLING-30 INCHES ON SHOALS. ARRIVED. 31. A, Givin, 1 'aducah; 29 Luella, do; Cumberland, No, 1, Padueah; Aide, Cincinnati. DEPARTED. 29 Luella, Padueah. MEi)ICINE WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATIS FACTION, CAN HE RELIED ON FOR THE CURE OF- .THE DISEASES FOR "WHICH THEY ARE RECOMMENDED. , JST" R- J- S. ROSE is an Ilonorarv Memberor the Phil adephia Medical Society, and graduated, in 1820, from the University of Pennsylvania, iindcrthe guidance of the truly eminent Professors Phvsick, Chapman, Gibson, Coxe, James and Hare, names celebrated for melical sc.ence Being solicited by thousands of his patient to put up hi t Preparations, he now offers to the public, as the 1 exults of his experience for the past thirty years, the following valu able Family SIcdicines,each one" suited to a specific denser DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND LWICO- RATING CORDIAL. Tae Greatest Discovery in Sledical Science! This aston ishing preparation for raising np a weak constituti on de bilitated by care, labor, study or disease acts like a charm. It gives sirengin and aopeiue. and possesses great mvigora- tfng properties. For Ileal 'eart Diseases, all Nervous Affections. Flatulence Heartburn, Restlessness, Numbness, Neuralgia, raising the spirits, and giving power to the whole system, it is almost miraculous in its effect. 50 cents a bottle. A illctliciue for every I'aiiiily. Dovou suffer with any pain? If Ncm do vou will find immediate relief by using Dr. J S. ROSE'S PA'lN CUItEKr It is tlie only preparation which cures almost instantly sore throat, rheumatism, from colds, pains in the side, back or limbs, face, ear, or tooth-ache, stomach or bowels, side or or back, stiff neck, bruises, corns, and chilblains. There is nothing equal to it for lumps or rising in the breast. Where ver you have pain use the Pain Curer, safe to all ages. Price 124, 25 aud 50 cents. I'or nil DKcnscs ol the Kidneys and Dliulder. J)r. J. & Hose'l Qxnponni Fiuul Krtrtict of Muchu. This is decidedly one of the best remedies ever used for diseases of the kidneys, bladder Ac , and also for goutv af fectionK; ulwuvs highly recommended by the late Dr. Phy sic, and many of tlie most distinguished medical men abroad. Price ."0 cents. For Female Complaints. Dr. J. S. Ross's Goldkx Pill, for falling of the Womb, Female Weakness, Debility and relaxation. Price 50 cents. Dk. J. S. Rosb's Fkmale Specific. A remedy for painful Menstruation, Leuconha-a or Whites. Price one dollar. Crcut Cure for Coughs and Colds. Tin Bisr Coccit Stbup is tub" Worlo. Dr. Rose' cele brated Cough Syrup, gives immediate relief to the worst cough, whether consumptive or proceding from cold. It allays any irritation of the Lungs, and fortifies the system against future nttiuks. In bottles at 50 cents and $1. Tun o.slv Cuius to it Di-spltsia. Liver Com ..ixt and Ix- Dictsno-V. Thousands havo been cured of the above com- acts directlv on the Liver and Stomach, whilst the Pills car- rv off all secretions, keeping the bowels open and regular, also giving strength aud apjietite. These medicines contain no Calomel or Mercury in any form, but possess great tonic, alterative, stomach and liver compounds, which never in jure, but always improve the constitution, as thousands can testify. All of the above Preparations, with Dr. Rose's Medical Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of W. W. BERRY A DEMOVILLE, SHELL A RUTHERFORD, Gallatin, W. F. GRAY, Nashville, McCLAIN A DALE, Columbia. And ol Dealers generally throughout the State. jly20 lywAd LADIES ATTEND. FRANCISCO A: WHIT MAS 'S, No. 23 Public Square, is the place where can be had at the lowest prices a beautiful sett of Furs, which, for quality and style, have received the highest praise from the best judges. We therefore advise all Ladies who de sire to secure u bargain in a beautiful sett of Lyux, Badger. Rock Stone, Martin, or Fitch Furs, had better improve the opportunity and call soon. " FRANCISCO A WHITMAN, nov26 Furriers, No. 23 Public Square. ..... ,,.TTrT iviKnt. mtir. . mn'nvTinV ,y " ' "-f. i 1 I V,-of"7r,,re". e.. '"P""..8 'v'"5,"','ttb' fo' ,h1 ff.aso".- wu,cli. FRAJ.CISCO 4 WHITMAN, No. 23, Public Square, has now on hand. ' They are models or neatness and elegance, and wortliy llie notice of evcrv gentleman who wishes a comfortable and lijjht HAT. They also have a fine assortment of soil llats. Boys, Children and Infant Caps. Purchasers may iet assured that FRANCISCO A WH ITM AN "S Goods are the very best that can be obtained in the city. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN, riovlfi Fashionable Hatters, No. 23 Public Square. 1 )ARENTS AND GUARDIA NS Are invited to call and examine tho beautiful assortment of chil- ilrpn's -tnil infant's Hats and Cnns nf thit latpst nnd miLst I .-.rtpnvl cIvIa u-hirli nrA fnr ciIa .1 lliA Rntttnilirl tint i- tnMialiinnit nf FR AXCISt... A WHITMAN'. oct29 No. 23, Public Square. HE METROPOLITAN HAT. Those persons who wish a neat and comfortable business .Hat, would do well to coll and examine those beautiful new styles that we have just received. IKASUlSCU.. .viutman. oct2. 23, Public Square. 1 rv.W A Ui.V MOOlflEEPING. BOOK KEEPiNO-Jonbining Nine Sets of Rooks, impart ing a general knowledge of ihe Science; By Cr.irr- MAHE"S PRACTICAL SYSTEM By Single ani- Dou- ble Entry. . j FULTON AND EASTMAN .-Containing Practical Exer cises for the Fanner, Mecauic, Merchant, and l'rofes sional JIau. . . ',, j . " , . ErFunKls'ofBlanks'fori'ui'on Ks.mVn5s''vs!em, for sale by TOON A RUrLAND,' ""22 41 Union street ."U ECU ANICAL INTEREST. Engineers' aud Mechanics' Pocket Boole By C. II. Has- well. Tlie Engineer!.' Pocket Guide. By Thomas Kelt ' ' The Mechanics' Text-Book- By Kelt and JFrust The. Artists'- Guide and Mechanic. Own liook. I'elkin ton. The American Miller and Mill wrighls Assistant Hughes. The Manufacture Sleel. lly F, Orctman. The Moulder's and Founder's Pocket Guide. Overman, The Turner's Companion. With Patterns and Instruc- Hon. , . j ; , Tlie Dyer and Color Maker's Companion. Nicholson's Mechanics Companion. 1ST" Our stock of Mechanical Works is gotten up will care. Callandcxamiuc thorn. nov22 . TOON A RUTLAND. Jl.), oui 1MUII) , . ' T TT-., Til .... . ... Its Physical Chrac(er. Vogalalfoi) and Animals, compared with those of other and similar regions.' By Louis ACAS8IZ. WithaNarrutiveofllieToiir.by J.H CfiOT, and contributions by other Scicutifio Gentlemen. FJ- - egantlylllostrafed. ,. ,jjjv Plcasatit Pages lor Young People ; Or, Books ot Homo Education and Enterfainment. By S. P. Newcomck. Illustrated. For sale by nm-22 TOON A RUTLAND. Li.TTE!t AN" VAV TAPEU- . Double Medium, Packet Post, Glazed Coyer, ni qjher Papers. Justrecc ivpd. by .TOON A RyjLAND, nov28--- - : ' 44. Union street PUTNAM'S llONTIlffY A Migaitno of Literature. Science and Art. The November with preceding numbers for .salo by nov22 TOON A RUTLAND. I. O. O. F. THE ODD FELLOW POCKET MANUAL: A correct guide in all matters relating to Odd Fellowship; aud con taining a complete Directory of the Lodjes in the United Slates By James S. Ilidglev, Grand Secretary of tha Grand Lodge of llie United Slates, aqd Pascal Donaldson, Past D.-'l); Grand Mastprnf tl,e Grand Lodge of.Norihcrn New York, with ovfir nne hundred EuibellWinionU. For sale by nov2-3 JOHN Y0I1K A CO. THIRD VOLUME. GREENLEAF ON EVIDENCE, fbi sale by nova. JOHN YOHK A CO, SWANN'S TENNrySEtritEPOltf H. For sale bv ' uor23 JOHN YORK A CO. WOMAN'S RECORD; Or, Sketches of all distinguished women, from the be ginning till 1850 arranged in four eras, with-selec-tions from Female writers of vcry age. By Sarah J. Hale., Illustrated by t.vo hundred and. thirty. por traits. SELECT BRITISH ELOQUENCE: Embracing the best sp-eches entire of-the most emi nent orators of Great Britain, fir the last' two centuries; with sketches of tbeirlives. and estimate or their ge nius, aud notes, critical and explanatory. TIIE SAGES AND HEROES OF TUB AMERICAN REV-OLUTION,- Inclnding the Signers of the Declaration of Independ ence. Two hundred and flirty-three of the Sages and ne'roes"ate presented in due firm, aii miny others are named incidentally. " ' ' ' THE WORKS OF DANIEL WEBSTER: Edited by EdwarJ Everett. Complete in 6 vols., with fotjr steel Engiavings. For sale by JOHN'YORK A CO. DAY BOOKS, Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Record Books, all sizes and qualities, Steamboat Books, complete sets; Memorandum Books, SO kinds; 'Foolscap, Letter and "Not Paper, and Envelopes, Ink, Gold ; and-"Steel-' Pens, Sand, Blotting Paper, Check Books, Note Books, Bills of Ladiirg, Ac, Ac For sule by JOHN YORK A .CO. Gold Pens. JOHN YORK A CO. have just received a variety of su perior Gold Pens, "the best and cheapest article ever offered for sale in Nashville. Etery ln warranted. THOSE POPULAR DRESS HAT3 AT AV ATEUFI ELD & IVALKEIt'S CON TINUE to elicit the admiration of Ihe fashionable world. They ate entensively engaged in manufacturing HATS of evcrv stvle and otulitv. and are prepared at the shortest notice to produce llats of anv size or- shape requir ed. Thev sell their extra quality fcf French Moleskin llats at tive dollars. These Hats can be discerned from all others for beantv of texture and elegance of design. Anew sup ply ready to-day. nnvr.i HAItiHriCiUi uni.rvr.u. UK I'OIIU DOLLAIt HAT LS MAKINW auite an impression in the community. Never, in the annals of Nashville, has such a Hat been offeied for four doi.i.aks. Let the sceptical andrtinbelieving call aud see for themselves at novl. WATERFIELD A WALKER'S. bit HOYS AND CII1LDKEN'. WE HAVE X the largest and most varied assortment of fancy Hals and Caps lor Boys and Children ever offered in the city. Most ol the styles are entirely new and very desirable. AI.SO. A'fine assortment ofljidics' Riding Hats of the finest quality and lalest design. .'. - m. rim. r tt- . , -t-r novlt iAir.itrir.ui; tt .At.ivr.iv. POUTANT TO TJIE LADIEsTOUll 1 stock of tine fancv Furs is hourly expected. He nuile our furc!uue lite in the utuon, and Consequently sjiall he enabled 10 sen 111cm low. tv u cj jet;i in u ie uus to uutc them ready foriuspection. WATERFIELD A WALKER, Hat and Fur Store, No. 2fi, west side Iublic Square, next to Gowdey s. noviy. lT?OU SALE A SECOND 1IAIND JiUUGY. R. A. HALLO WE. Geu'l Aeent. nov2t No. IT L'eadeiick st. nVTOTICE.-l'HE JUtEWEKV I'JIOl'EHTV IN advertised for sale at PublicAuctiononSATURDAY llie'jaih inst., wx ltosliioncd till SATURDAl next, the d of December. The sale to take place at the Court House. nov27 K A. l.Al.LUUK, General Agent, No. 17 Deaderick street. J HEU.1IATIS.1I. " IlHElDIATIS.ir CAN be cured, either inflammatory, (acute) or chronic. No matter what form of the disease, how bad or how lonj ter what form of the disease, how bad or how Ion;? diig, bvtho use of that celebrated Vegetable Internal edv. Mortimore's Rheumatic Comtiound and Blood , 1 . t. . . .. I .. t t ::. v-t 111.. standi remei Purifier.' or saicuy tuu oiuy .ttn.-ut, in itasttttiie, H G. SCOVEIt. noviy HOLT AND JIALTJtV'S CEI.E BIIATED PLANTED BALTIMORE IIYSTEHS Brought in ice. and for sale at No. 7 Public Square, between Market and ronL All Oysters sold at this Depot are warranted fresh and good. nuvaa WILLIAM M.Mll.LER, Agent. "NTI.PATENT ilIEDIClNE HOUSE. WE J res: eclfullv beg leave to make known to the public that we havo discarded from our Drug Store all Patent and Proprietory Slcdicines, and henceforth will not engage in the sale of them. Our whole attention will be devrted to the preparation and sale of Legitimate Medicines, which we will warrant to be ot the purest quality. Particular ntteniion given to filling Bills' and Prescrip tions. Our prices will be found to be as low as the lowest, as we are determined not to be undersold by any in this market We keep no clerks in our employ but those ex jterienced in the business. ' In confirmation of the above facts, all are invited to call and we for themselves. STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and Union streets, Nashville! imv27 tinITow glass a large supply VV of Window Glass of the best quality, just received and for sale bv nov27 STRETCH A ORR. CEMENT FOR. CHINA, GLASS, EARTH EN', Stoue and Marble Ware, warranted to stand boil ing hot water, and the parts remain as strong as they were before broken. For sale only by nov2. STRETCH A ORR. SUJiNER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, GALLATIN, TENNESSEE. .UNCAN, MORGAN ACO., Agcntsforlhefaleof Goods manufactured bv the above 1 ompany, nave tn store 4-t BROWN SHEETINGS; 7-S WHITE JEANS; 7-8 do LINSEY; which ther will sell upon favorable terms, and invite the at tention of Ihe trade and planters. DUNCAN, MORG N A CO., novl9 tf No. 70 and 71 Public Square. PLOWS ! PLOWS I ! ri"lE Southern States that have so long JL depended ou Pittsburg and Cincin nati for a sunnlv of Plows. Wagons and otlier Farming implements can now get all they want at the Agricultural Manufactory, on Market street, Nashville, T.nn. We would call the attention of Planters and Mer- I chants particularly to our very large stock ot Plows, con sistingofa great many of the most "improved kinds now in use, and at as low prices as mey can lie iirougni nero fmm nther nlaces. At the same place may be found all kinds of Wagons, Railroad Carts. Wheel Barrows and Rail road Plows, Cultivators and Harrows. Those wishing PIovb sent can order them direct from me or Irom most of the princ'pal dealers in such things in Nashville, as'lhev I keen thciuof our manufacture. GEO. C Altlth.i, I res t I nf Agricultural Jlanufactunng Company, Lower Jlareet street. Nashville, Tenn. nrtv24 Jra. PICKLES, PRESERVES, ETC.-50 DOZ. assorted Pickles, luO kegs Iickled Oysters, 10 doz. " I'rcserves, 20,doz. cans Spiced Oyslers, 10 doz. " Jellys, 20 doz. cans Fresh Oyfters, 20 doz. " Peper Sauce, 20 doz. cans Fresh Peaches. Received to-day by no17 R. A. J. NIXON., CURES FOR CHILLS AND FEVERS, AVEAK- KESS, DEUILPJ. Y, Aic. Ojoooo's CnQLAcouug, J&nrant!. lb fff "'hu-dsc..8Shrrv Wine, hredZn&lpZ" uromgoora Birr Saffington ,V William's Ace and FrEn p., . . REMEDIES FOR COLDS, COUGHS, IJRON CHETIS. Ac. WUtart, )VM'unn, Ilulhiot ,b jimf Balsam of xr;i.1 Cherry; Tr and Wood N.ptha, ExpStoranus CothBaU sams, nyrops, c, " FORPAINS,BRUISISy RHEUMATISM, Ac Arabian and Mnstan Liucmenls, la. W Pain Killer, CeltiaJ !:m bdrwvqnlliivrtpaNil, dv. Rtr T. WREla opts Market opposite-Union St.. Nash villa 1)ERFI UIERYiu great vanetv, kept conlraliTly "on hand and for sale at the lowest prices. Pine Toilet rtnd Sbnvintf Sonpi. 910 Dox well assorted Toilet Soajw; Fme Slutting CtiaihsanJSuaw. FOJ! TW TF.KT1I. OJimiine awl Ciarciul TwlA Patte: -'kl. -...1 tt-:.. t..i. it-....i. ..iiuttti- utitt ui 10 A tf.tit ti astte.- AV-r line J'mlrrs; Tooth -acha Drops assorted. Km-jred nn Pr wip b.y T, WELLS.' .mi ii'iia. -iiiviuiih III. I eitnid. l J.t r in,n... ru.i.:.i-..r it.... r . .- Stnclinine. Ilrd. Potissue. Iodiiut. N'ltraln Silver C-t - Ft.. . T- . I . ' ' .-Kuiwnu, Jiug tijtjnt, jwytitrr!!, uotaeit-d, iW. Received by T. WKLIi?, QCt3 Market Street, WALL I'APER. .5,450 JidUfint G&iyd Parlor aud JIM Pujiert, Cheap Uii'jlaztd J'ajrrr, uvU aorttd. Bordering and CurUm aiul Teller Paper f, amorUd. For sale unusually Chca.t br FINE WLES, URANDIUS, 4c, Ac. Ohampaigne. Qtard Dui -V.DuneV SinetL French. Peach and American Brandies; SlaJera, Port, Pal Sherry, Claret uuu jtucatei n uics, uaiiaon rorier, av. 1 .ctlvd by T. WELItS, Market Street. ARTIST'S colors, ' i Oil Colors in flexible tube, Mahogany IMIetu, Sable, Cumel's hair and Uri.-'Me Brushes. lt..l..i L-..: t- : 1 .1 T ft 4 -icttu mures, uniisue. uryingoil, acf, j i y Water colttr paint boxes, assoi ted, Daguerrootyi Paint boxes. do. material.-;, assorted. Received and for sale low by , . T- WELLS . octS Market Street MAUOGAN IT, Ac, Ac. Fine crotch and shade Veneers, Oak Veneers, Mnuliiaij, , ; Bureau Knobs, Sand Paper, Varnishes, assorted. Offered low by octS T. WELLS. COACH VARNISHES, ASSORTED,.,. PAINTS, AND OILS. aU kinds, ' '. GLASS AND GLASSWARE, ItRtSlltS OP ALL SORTS, DrifSri'Frs.orEVEitT VAmrr. MEDICINE CHESTS, Ac. Auortad MadiciueCriesU',Jr7iciIifciif(7,Siu-gconj' pocket instruments, I'lojticUinz Pvcltt Cute tf. 'uiU, Couching, Cupping, Amputating, EarandEyeltistrumeaLt, ifedieal Aou llorsoand Sunns- Lancets. Scurificaton- Microscopes, TeUescopes, llydronxUrt and ThermomtUrt, received and for sale by T. WELLS, -.Men ol tne Man and jlortar. on iluricel. opposito nov23friwlm Union street, NtiUrilte. WHOLESALE DRUG ST0EE. Cornerof Market aud Broad sts., Nashville. W. F. GRAY, S SUCCESSOR TO CAimVRIGHT AND ARMSTRONG, VhoIesale Dealer in 1 rugs, Med icines, Paints, Dyes, Glassware, und Varieiy Goods, Comer cf Broad and Market stree f., Nash .lie, Ten nessee. Would n .ctfully Inform tho public Hint he lias purchased the stock t.f Cartwright A Armstrong, Druggists, Cornerof Broadwayand Market, where he intends keeping a large and well assortetl stock of Dnigs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Turj lentine. Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, Glass Ware; and all other articles usually kept in Drugstores, together with astock of varieties suitable furthe Country TroJe. Druggists, Merchants, Physicians, Mauufactuiers, and 1 lanters, "are'iuvnea to can ami nomine uie-nocV befora purchasing elsew hereris, he.ii ditenninetl to sell ntsuclt prices as will give satisfaction to all; the quality of the goods are warranted to be as represented. X latge stock having been purchased in the at since purchating the stocky will enable him to comjietowitli any house in the South west. He offers for sale Ion fur cash, or "on time to punctual men 500 gallonsTanner's Oil; 10 bbls Linseed do; 5 bbls Ltrd do; 4 bbl- Eisom Salts; 5f0 Its Ex Itog nod; 200 lbs iladdcrr 175 It Muriate of Tin; 500 lbs Alum; 250 lis Gum Camphor; 5iH) lbs Litiianre: li0ta Venetian Re.1; liMoiMSpanisli Whiting; 40 bxs Boon's Scotch Snuff; 20 bxs Garrett's do do; -1 bbls Macaboy's Snuff; lOOOtt Putty; 5t 0 lbs AqiLt Amnnia; 2i Ihs Spirits Nitre. 5O00IO s Sup UarD Mtita; .ViO lbs Sulphuric Add; So cross M'InesVcriuirirel0i) lbs Nitric . din 20 gross Fahnstock'a do; 500 lbs Muriatic diy 50 gross Mustang Linament; 10 ths Syrup Iod Iron; 500 lbs Red Lead; Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Ac, taken in trade at mar ket prices. octSO EWIN BROTHERS, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No, 7, North College Street, NASHVILLE TENN., "l"TTOULD respectfully inform Druggists, Merchant. V V Physicians and 'Maiuifocturers, that they have again commenced tho Drug business in tlie new building on College, near Church street, and intend confining them selves to the WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is near ly entirely a fresh one, and they are iletermiaod to make both tho prices and qualities satisfactory. They ofler lor sale low for cash or on lime to punctual men 610 gallons best Winter Sperm Oil? S00 " " Tanners' Oil; IOC. pounds Indigo, of prime quality; 14s3 do Madder, " " 630 do Extract of LogWiiod in amall boxes; 40 do Cochineal; G.'t do Muiiate of Tin; 1500 do Alum; 1400 do Retined Salpelre; 1000 do Epsom Salts; 5.0 do Gum Camphor; 7500 do Sup. Carb. Soda; 110 Gro. M'I.ane s Vermifuge 10 do jri-ane's Liver Pills; 20 do Fahnestock'H Vermifuge; -100 doz. Mustang Liniment; 100 Gro. wood box Matches; SCO doz. Mason's Blacking; 2S0 in. C D. Caps; 1000 pound Red Lead dry; 800 do White do do; l00 do ltharpe; 1600 do Eng. Venetian Red; 200 bush. Kentucky Blue Grass Seed; 45 boes Bonn's Scotch Snuff, in packages; . 24 do Garrett's do do; ' - 60 dox. do in bottles; 43 do Maccaboy Snuff, in cots; 1000 lbs. " " in jars and bbty 800 boxes Window Glass assorted? 4000 lbs. Futtv; 180 pounds f'earl Sage; 110 do Tapioca; 650 do Gum Arabic; 6 dox. Cod L'verOil Rnshlon, Clarke A Co's; 60 do Seidlet's Powders, in t.n boxes; 86 do Soda; " " 60 pounds Calomel, English and American; 10 do Hydriodate of Potash; 215 do Spirits Nitrio Aether; 66 do Aqua Ammonia; 20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron; Schseffelin.s Extra Powders and Extracts; Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of varionsstyles; Physicians Pocket Cases of Vials a large varily; Amputating, Dis9ecling, Ljthotomy, Trepanninj and Slidwife Instrument', in cases; Jlcdicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes. Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac, taken at the highest market rates. octlS tf ZINC WHITE PAINT. 50 kegs received and for sale low. This article is said to be nrach superior to White Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in exposed situations, and all the purpoes to which the latter is applied and costs but little more. It is coming- largely into use in the eastern cities. oct20 EwIN BROTHERS. a OLD LEAF AND FOIL 10 ounces Abbe best Gold Leaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received and forsole low by J ocl20 EWIN BROTHERS. IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY. DR. ROSS would respectfully invite the attention of the public to a nkw axd iiipkoviu MicrnoD or i.vsrcTi.vu AkTinciAL tkktii, upon which lie has been for some time practicing Willi great success. i The improvement consists in tho teeth being arrantd up- I on a plate of iur pltfiiivtn, and by means of a silicious ; compound tbe teciti and plale are cemented tinuly togcth- , er. leavina- no interstices, for the lojirmentor secretion o I food; at the same time forming an artificial gum bmulL'uI iusideof the teeth as well as out. Those interested are invited to call and .examine speci I jnens of this improved method at his operating reoms, rio I nt p stair. College st atitr-O " VALUABLE DWELLING JIOUJ.. SALE. The undersigned offers for sole his residence oa Spring or Church Street, with the furniture jf desired. Terms made known on application to F03TEIj Or in my absence to ..... , iAll 'O.il.YOQQ. , iuel7tf.''t -,r..,'if " ' '"t'.d -sst 1 - - i iTixin J -ij 1 ipj llHPMpa t nut H, HOB, TJOS. C CLKOS, i: i. iru uii. M. WOEL & CO., rocfrs itud Commission, Kgccivias nnd .T82WARDIN0 ICES CHANTS, A.NO DIALKItS IX t'oreisnand. Domes tie , . ' COLLEGE STRKCT. tiinors, X7-LNES rVNIJ I,mrTfr i-ni..... ....... V V u .i..i 1.1.1. .....".'. .'""'i' i7. j tf""l 'lecuaed Whisiy; ltxi do Pte ,i do. 3' Jo; do ii) boxes assorted (irdial- vstiuiiuitu ttin: 2.-1 do t 40 ao S 11 Wine; SO do Wulter'4 Winter 20 bbUOIdl'ort Wint 0 bblipurc. Peach Brandi; 10 bbls Apple Brand v: o ,,.:. .... Hock Wine: " ? v?'Ma atUl wwsortcd Brandies 8p&.tei. -CtarenVine. nsiore-ndrortalebr oct29 BEN Jt NOEL A CO oc i?ICS Vtli,. Tob; 15 boxes' Phamix Tobacco; w.. , tu fixes Dim Wools do: 10 boxes CloonzABmH " 6 baiSK w.iii ...; 20 b. otes Missouri. do; 5 boies.Reed'A'Nash do; 10 boxes B Dailr'j do; 10 .boxes.KeDtucky do 10 boxes Ender s dor ' 50 boxes Terrv'n.felee X'f- gtrtj. " SO boxes Cuha Sir CAmr- ' ' ' : 60,000 PriucilM.Ci.mr,. 50,000 ltegalia Cigars; best brands, in store and for sale 5!? e'2a BEN. M. NOEL A; CO. CUNDRIES-ONE HUtNDREOAND FirfY O bags prime Bio CoOec; Tun l r ! - 'iaMi -2 CaskaMadder; 100 bbls Snar Jionu . ir.-t Jir.tr. ' 10.1 s vJi! . '"-- ti uiaasware; 1W 3. boWriii t- lfu I.t.1. tn-. r ' 500 LSls NoirKanawrsTl,: m.-t'.SJ 25 bbls TrSupr; 2B bbU Powdereil Sngar; 20 bbUCruvhed Sugar, 50 bags Cotton Yarns; 10 casks Soda. 100 keNiir.aril- 100 Demijohns, assorted; o iiercea luce; 5 ceroons'best Indio: 10 bags Race Ginger; io uags repper; iu store ana lorsaie ot oct29 BEN. M. NOEL A AO. Vf OT1CE. HAVING THIS DAY ASSOCIA J.1 ted with us in tho Grocery BusinessTHOMAS C. BUKGE.ourhiine.- will be conducted s er. . ,,n der the stylii6f:BEN. M. NOEL A CO. OCK'J UK. 31. XOZlt A CO. -XpCKEA & TERIttVSSV Corner of Broad and Collego Streets, NaTille, Tens. AgaJor SmUA'e PUUburghand Wheeling, XXX, and f . CHelraleii Atiiruti t PALE ALES, PORTER & 1IROWJT STOUT. HAVE now in store tlie following, which they will sell at I .tUbirrgh""prtces, (transportation added) Unlay: 12.-. Bbls UW Smith' Pittsburgh Ale lor summerusc. 150 "Kennett Brand equal to the UtatScotch Ale; IooK do do for family use; Ort t'..V. Tt. ,1 I ..1 1 . I may22 ly b.o. LANGHORN c ARMISTEAD. IOO PACK ages of Itangt it trn A ArtnUtcad'a superior ChewingTo- Uicco, just received and for sale bv OCI-fti juii..-u., uliumuj: L u. CHEESE 100 BOXES W. JR. CHEESE. V J Just received aud tor sale bv nov24 v .tl.tr-Tr t . rtrt- v vtti..v. Jt; i.t tv DRIED BEEF 3 CASKS EXTRA SUGAR Cured Beef, just received aud for sale bv pov2 KS. CHEATHAM A CO. STAR CANDLESiOOBOXES, HALF BOX ES aud J-X boxes Star Candles, received and Iat sale by novJt. E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. ALE-S5 BARRELS PALE ALE. Just received and for sale bv 'BO2t E. S. CHEATHAM. A CO. BROOMS-23 DOZEN CORN BROOMS-A Miperior article, just received and forsole by notsi K. S. VJUEATilA-l.-- U. JMIESU OYSTERS. TWENTY DOZEN . cans Fresh Itoltiiuore Oysters for sale by covll FEWARDS A n.VRRIS. CTAlt t'ANULta.-J'IICY BOXES STAR O UA.MlLtS, tor sale by novll EDWARDS A HARRIS. COPARTNERSHIP. I HAVE THIS DAY associated with me in the Wholesale Grocery, Com mission, Receiving and Forwarding Buinees, Jlr. WIL. LfAM PIIII.LII'S, of Nashvilfe, under the name and style of LANIER A PHILLIP nov L 1L liANIKR. U II. LAXTtR. wit. ruiLUrs. LANIER A PHILLIPS, WHOLESALE GROCERS,. COMMISSION., RECEIVING AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. ' ' jiov2 Xi. St, JTartet ttreet, XaeAeUte Hnn. JUST RECEIVED FROM ST LOUIS, 75 barrels loaf Sugar; 20 " Crushed do; 10 " Pulv.rized do; 110 boxes Star CauiUes; 50 " Rosin Soap. For sale low by- LANIER A rniLLirS. T)UCKWHEAT FLOUlt-FI FT Y - FOUR JD bags Buckwheat Flour ibr sale bv nov26 LANIER A PHILLIPS. ALE! ALE ! I JOO ll.VltKELS SMITH'S celebrate 1 Ale, received by Georgetown, and forsole low by McCREA A TERUASS. nov2'l Uroodway. 1 jTLOWS ! PLOWS1 !-tI50 BEST PEACOCK . Plows, just received by Georgetown, aud for sale low by McCREA A TERRASS, nov-27 Broadway. ANGIIORNE Ac ARMISTEAD'S TOIIA t j CO ai boxci just received by tbe Jlonticclla, and for sale low by McifREA A TEKR.VSS, nov27 Broadway. SFiCE20TjAGS SPICES; 20 bagi Pepjier; 20 bag Ginger. Received this day per steamer llartsville. J.OV22 M'JUREA A TERRASS. JAVA CO?-EE IO PACICETS BEST OLD Java Coffee, received per steamer Hartsville nov23 JI'CREA A TERRASS. MADDER 1 CASK BEST DUTCH MAD der, received to-day. nov2 MCRE.V A TERRASS. ORT WINE 20 BARRELS PORT AVI YE, receivcil by M'CREA A TERRASS. B IU- puy Brandy, received per steamer Hartsville. . nov22 M'CREA A TERRASS. 50 DOZEN BUCKETS FOR SALE BY HOV22 Jl UllKA X r.KK.V. MACKEUEL--20 BARRELS MACKEREL; SO half bl.U Mackeiel; SO kits do; J tut received aud for sale low by JOHNSON, 1I0RXK A CO.. nov-" Broadway. TAR CANDLES1IM) BOXES STAJlCAN dies jujt received ami for sale low, to close, bv nov2 JOHNSON, HORNE A CC. UGAR 20 BARRELS CRUSHED SUGAR; 5 20 bbls Loaf Suiror; 10 bbls Powdcr'd do; Just received and for sale br nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. T AR LEAD 5 KEGS BAR LEAD; XJ J Just received by nov22 JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. IT YDRAULIC CEMENT 30O BARRELS Itouisville Hydraulic Cement. Just received and for gale by JOHNSON, HORNE A GK SALT 200 BAGS TURKS ISLAND SAXT; 150 bags FineS.lt; just received bv nov22 JOHNSON. 1I0UNE A C: . ALE! ALE! 150 BARRELS 'TRAC'EY Ac Wilkin's" superior Pale and Amber Ale, jusa re ceived and forsale low to close, by nov7 JOjlNSON, UORNKACO. OCALES! SCALES ! XAVi: 7VRE ciN O STANTLY" supplied with BIundellViineipiaUed'A bftl and Dormant Scales from 1,000 to 5,000 lbs., which wiil be sold exceedingly low. We can also supply Railroad 7'rtN.I- and D't t5aleiv from three to fifty ton-, on the motd reasonable femi.4. JOHNSON, HORNE A C( ., nov26 Broadtfiy. "FrGItOCEltIF-S)TRT:C'I 1, Orlea-us. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Piinie Riii Oi.fTee; Itaguyru Coffee; . pice; Pepper; Sperm Candle Ac. For sale low fbr Cash by JOHNSON, HORNE A 1 :0. novl 5 n GUN POWDER. JUST RECEIVED AT my Powder Deport 500 kegs Hazards Kentucky Rifle Powder; 2) halves do do do do; 100 quarter do do do do; 150 kegi dn Sea sliooting do do; AI.SO. 50) canisters of one pound each n very fine ar ticle. For sale by S. II. LOOM IS , nov24 lm Agent for the Hazard Powder Co. ADIIiS W INTER sllOlSW irARE 2 HIW opening direct from the must Cishiouable Eastern manufactories : Ladies winter Gaiters, assorted colors; do Kid, 3Iorocco and CalfjSkin Boots; do- Bu .kins and Slippers; do White Kid and Satin Gaiters; do Metalic Sandal and Over Shoes. . In addition to a large assortment on hand for Lame Gxx TLXiixx. Mlssrs, Bors, and CinLnaKX, adapted to t& to which we invite the atteiil'ion of purcfia-v. "win ilesale and reUiL A. It. A C W. KOBERTSO. N. Dqv2S No. 4j College t recL TUTliECEIVED.inrTHE LIOHTJIH AFT O ateamers. a lot of John Walker AU. 'r al by the banel ocl23 J. fi.AC.ROBKKTt O.N. -vtiT. I f UASINS.-30 JHOXESAIRR.VS INS h . hn... u It Basin. 50 J boxes it U itasins. Received this tlay nov2) r. j.xjj :on. CASH! CASH!! -TTT7TED at the Smth Nashville Furnttiwa I torr,of W good SEASONED LUMBER 100,000 feet of 1 inch Walnut Plank wide; 50,000 do do do do do; 50,000 do 2 do do do do; 100,000 do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet Iot. i,&A$-'a u sq're; 100,000 do Cherry do do dt. 100,000 do i inch Cherry Plank wida; 50,000 do do do do 60,000 do 2 do do do; 60,000 do AshLranginefromlVtoamitiirei! na.l enlank: Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet-purg ses, for which GieA will be paid 'on deliveryC 1 J . AIso,25or50eoodCABINCTMAKERSwaat.l.l owhom fur prices will be given in cash. AIso;.l! or2 M d UP HOLSTERS. Nona but good workmen newd: apply; ' anl7 ii.i!!i fiif ti m t t .) do Robertson countr1 II Wl.;. 40 d.1 - Old Mnuon-alif n do- 5 bids ni itinrKv in.w. rtvrr . . a t UK) at) Amen.-:ui llmnr!.-. . .- .. .. . r. Hum: .. ;f fl miM! iPriTTS . , . . 1 , .- SO boxts Peter il Boai'i No 1 Tobatwi. " ; ' ' - . ,25 toxf?,.,V,ri'B'a(iiIdl.aLTobacco: thk wtwtrrrr- --,.. n rT.11- 7, , "wot&Giuaaa coxrxxr. o r BAILROAD MACHINERY. 7fp'"eaLi11- JSzie to I f.-i.: -.- i..: i " " ins ant rn if.-.l.,- c. "i !" " ana o" Uinsr I- indeZ rMLr1" bracing Chstfrcn CyU ROLLINfl AITTT o i .!i,DCS' C9' In,QRl'?v9.andairmachinerT tar fUaU logAl.lIs-omplete--madent shortest ToHT7 r . , "A83 ANDIR0NCAST1NG. r.ssanffiiisi;.'' jun.I ly n. l-yij-i. f STATE OF TENNESSEE. Davtdson Connty Coart-overuberTerw, 1853. Henry J. Hyde V. t MillaSharmoriand oltiers ) P..!!, Court, non and hb "fcUnlahJn res dence ts notknon. and Edmond Hvde. jffi" Svde! and i orgiana Hvde. the three last be.ng minor AUdrea S Jolin Hyde, jr, deceased, and nBideni?of theSde of II! ncMs, are non-residents orthis State, and are wit of the luris. diction of this Court, aud that the usual process of thin Court cannot be served upon them, it is ordered that publi cation lie made in some newspaper for said defendants to Id n r .1 f . T. 1 . . ... . ,t .tanni .1 1 1. .-... , .tic vourt. r.it. tucAiuxu, Ulert, Jte. nov'J twA.wlttdec Printer's fee 4. STATE OF TJELNNESSEE Davidson County Court November Term, IS33. Gtorge D. tlamlett, Adm'r, and others, 1 .vs. L Squire Johnson, and others. J IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, In this case, that two or the defendants, to wit Sqaire Johnson and his wife Martha Johnson, are non-residents of the State being citizens of the State of Missouri, and that the usual ,....v,u,,u vmu could not be served upon them, it was that publication be made in some newspaper for thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear at the De cember Term ofihis. Court, and plead to the petition, other wise the same will be taken for confessed aito them, and set ror lieanug, rzpirtt. F. R. CHEATHAM. Xov9 wAtwtilldecU Cleric. STATE OF TENNESSEE, Dnvld.au County Court NovcmbcrTerm, 1853. E.A. Mabry, Adm'r, 1 vs. 5 Daniel D.Mabrr, andothers, J IT APPEttRING to the satisfaction of tho Court, ia this case, that the defendants, Wni.lL Mabry and Lewis Mabry, are non-resident, of the State, and that the usual process of this Court can not be served upon them, it was ordered that publication be made for thirty days in some newspaper, requiring said defendants to appear and answer at the next term nf thi Court, December, 1853, otherwise thevwill be proceeded against by default F. IL CHEATHAM, novO wAtw till dec 9 Cleric. LYONS Ac CO. Importers anil Dealers in Havunn Cigars, To bacco, nnd nil kinds or Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Cu tit SntiET, Nashville. Country orders respectfully solicited and punctually at tended to. I71G CHEWING TOBBCCO. THIS TOB AC . co is far siqwrior to any other now in use, being; of tha purest kind, without any mixture or ajulteralion, H is a new article in tlie Southern country, and only wants a trial to make it become universally ued. Tbe only place it can be r ; .- .!. : . . - I t-i'.' e. fit IUUIIU IU ..BSI1T111C 19 U. li L ...IO A jJ, novlS 1 Cedar street. -TlVllll. WIVIN. . ITXll lllSTBK. i) ccivetl several Quarter aud Eighth casks ot the purest French Brandies, Wines and Liquors of 1I descriptioxts. We luvc also ju-t rrcrivej a few cases of the celebrated Scheidhain Schnaps. We respectfully invite the inspoc tion of country and city dealers. LYONS A CO., novlS No. 19, Cedar st. 0IG AILS! CIGARS ! ! JUST RECEIVED as line and large an assortment of HAVANA CIOAItS as has ever beeu in Nasliville Pleas call and examinu Iur yourselves, fbr sale either wliolesale or retail at novl. LYONS A CO, 19 Cedar st. IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS t MSCOSIBIEs FURNITURE POLISH for deansinz, re storing and preserving the lustre of varnished orpol ished furniture. By tin applicatien of this polish. Piano's, Furniture, of any description, and Currii-ges after being tarnished with age. may be made tn look as pood as new. Certificates are given of its value by the leading piano lorte mzcers and caoinet workmen In New York, ror sale in bottles, at 50 cents and ?1 0t, bv snow, Mackenzie a co, novlS Nashville. RITTANIA WARE-THE SUBSCRIBERS liave just received from New York, large supply of Brittauia Ware Pitchers. 1, 2, ,and 4 qts; " " Coffee, Tea and Cream Pots; " " Sugar Bouls; " " Caudle-sticks ami Ioimps " " Cups and Cigar lighters. For sale at a small advance on Maiuifocturers prices. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO, novlS Nashville. T)LANISHED AND BLOCK TIN WARE. X We have lor sal. the largest stock ever offered in Nash ville or tue above beautuui ware, cnngisungoi Soup Tureens, various sizes; Cover'd Di-dies with heaters; Beaf Steak Dishes with heaters; Oyster Dishes Chafing Dishes; Tea and Coffee Fi L from I pint to 6 qts; Collie Higgios, various sizes; CofTeo Grevques. targe and small size; Coffee Urns, Octagno, Oval and round. As Ihe above articles have been purchased fbr cash and at low r-tes, they will be fold cheaper than articles of the ... . or T i r : i 1 1 fcame quaiuv nave ever ocen ouereu oeiur in tiosuvuie. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO novlS Nashville. CUMBERLAND COAL The undersigned has at his yard, on College street, oponite Capt. Heme's iUini Klmn a line lot of the best Cumberland Coal, which will be sold at Uie market prices, x ae nuoiic are inviiei to call and trv thU coal. JAMES HUGHES. --4- ltirinn-U:imui ml Teams. I am at all times I r. . . -- - , -. . ... ..- MMn titmi.nm.niii nuuiniiTt lutii in-iiua ui- and tiravei. or io uoauv imuuu tu. uwtj w itijuitu. Nashville. Ochibev 2C 1858 J- H. I ) have the most extensive and varied assortment Clothing for Boys from 4 to IS ever oOered for sale in Union. OrdersforGcntlemen'sClcthingCUedstthe thi ( until-1 I ersons purcnasing .iotuicg it- mu .itituuuicti u the privilero of changing them if they do not suit. v F. A. HOYT A BRO. S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10sC,PhdadeIpu April B. IS.vly -m - -r . --T-1.-1 ' l ' 1 ill li E.- l.l lit Till- Itctl t mm . . t t.f tu .. . . . . a !. mt w iir.it.i int. Ttr ml iiii.i. ui lui rnnmni. wnrr a take care of children. Permanent employment will enven if wanted. Inquire at this Office i.j i . -17OR RENT FOR THE NEXT YEAR. I ' the Third Storv. Rooms suited fbr Offices or bea rooms on the seccad tlonr. and shops and oflices on ti ..fii 1-.. : ..H tl. .. M r r. and Cherry streets, opposite the Post OlEce. Apply to r-yn A 1 t.wi im l-r vi 1 l l-. I I : 1. 1. .. ntt.. ...nt m V..j. . nn ...... .1 .. ..r 11 lam It.o-A wn. ..!).. hrlh. ,...IM. rr;..;, . t;Hlr I.ti.I Warrant Nn K forJW acre Land to Peter Booth and Martha I'o . ..t rf:v..l 11 it .1 lutes Senreantuf tl) Continetal line of Virginia. irM rrndered Ktiiit dunnir thu TV ar in said nental line. ih said Warrant was lost or mislaid whereas on the 2sth day of UctoUir, ll, a duplicate MIT MTAtf If 1MI Il U1III III 1 1 11 JZ . .WJIXI BKIU UUMI also been Iostur inislant, and whemisoq Uii ijfl C Tt-ml.T. isaa. another dtiDlicate Wsrmnt wasusu minors, i now uiereiore duuiisu uutt iuiac iw.n tn thi. Cent-ml Ijin.l Dllire at WasitUurtoa fur to be issued tome as the only surviving heir or 1 "An act making further provisions for the saissC-c ... . -. ,1 1 .., . u Mii-nii imnui. ufsi uiiuer ut ttt w.tn. Virginia tuiu ..., ""f , , i.Ap norlS trlwSnis. MARTHA POK rf The Washington lMvn will publish tha three montk. send papcrand secnunt to this office. I1ILADKLI"JIIA u.ir.1 I STUItb. euar sirect. otait t. v.uw, Tennessee. leapecuuuj on "to tutcuttun u. men to the advantageous arrangement that we havt ly Diiuv tf. "' 1 1 --s ---- , luit"-" ..... . ner. f Jlr. It. D. Clifton, residing and remaining 1 ... 1 rf i-i in tiKtii-nui kiiii in .n.iini.i-i 11. . . - . . . t .. . . r r in tti ' .cm, k. v ..- " - r we are returning to ine enui 01 our cusunncrx. 1 amnriucui, tutu wwwn t,iv 'i i.-' 1 , selves that we shall be able to givs stitusfoction t- may Civor ns wiUt ttieir patronsge. f- Jlnkinir to Order-Wehave in oor 1 til llie uiwtiir;tniitni m -(-- - vit.it nn.! will wrvnionrwT 10 etveeaura Our stock of Goods 011 hand m large and besoti : : li it,. !... .tti T..Kf inlmrliit,! uien will please cull and examine our stcck. noii CLIFTON A Al . u i i.-.tlf w.t I I.' VlltTI KO JL. cree of the County Court of Davidson on deied st tho October tertn. 1, ro Farrell. Administrator, vs. the heirs ol Jeremisli .11 . . IB ill ! JLJtu town of XaIiTUIc. on SatunUr thtS&rt Itecr fl. 1 1A.I 17 1 U.t.il,1.1""- 1 .. . . . iliirfieetboro' pike, about seven nut .iu. Said Tract of Land belonged to estate ol: :.!- .iJr4-ai. nriti ui sum iu ura 'debts of the estate, and upon the following ,..... ct.vi nnoni credit of silmontc r .';tnf twelve mouths, with HI. tW ... , ' - , ..hit. .-.iiu- iu. ni . w" . . ;,fiinnn the L&nd until tho TWJrch mane? . a .J la' IE I HfiAlIl.