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WEDNESDAY HiORNING, JAN. 18, 1851.
INSPECTORS OF THE PENITENTIARY.
Anis Brow.v, Esq., Dr. B. W. Hall, and Isaac
Paul, -Esq., were yesterday confirmed as Inspec
tors of the Penitentiary, by the vote of all the dem
ocratic Senators present, and two of the whig Sena
tors. A motion to reconsider was made and re
jected, and the clerk was directed forthwith to cer
tify the fact to the Governor.
"We learn that CoL Sam'l. Rocker, convicted of
murder in the second degree, last week, in thecrimi
nal court, : t Murfrecsboro', has obtained a new tr'a'
It appears that one of the jurora had, previous to the
trial, expressed an opinion unfavorable to the pris
TnE -Eolian iliNSTRFxa. There is no mistake in
this band of minstrels. It ranks with the very best
we have ever listened to. The music is well ar
ranged, the singing excellent, and the fun uproari
ous. They come among us so modestly, determm
ed to rely upon their own merits, without prelimi
nary palling, that the audience last night andit was
good one was taken by surprise, and the praise
was warm anil unanimous. They sine; again to
night, and will have a crowded house.
5?" The monster ocean ship Great Republic re
cently extensively damaged by the large fire in
Ne.v York, appears on examination to be in better
condition than was at first supposed. Five steam
pumps were put aboard the other day and the
twelve feet of water reduced at the rate of a foot
an hour. The large and valuable cargo of flour,
grain, fcc , below deck?, is only damaged by water,
and the greater portion of it will be valuable. The
soakage of the flour will not probably affect more
limn oue-fouith of the barrel, probably less, and
the grain, of course, will be dried and still valuable
for animal food, and corn starch.
BANK OF TENNESSEE DIRECTORS FOR THE
BRANCH AT SPARTA.
Thomas IT. Vanchcr, ' "White count;
"Win. Goodbar, do "
"V. AL Young, do "
.To. G. Mitchell, . do "
'Wm. Anderson, do "
John P. Anderson, do "
Mark Lowry, " do "
D. F. Cocke, Bledsoe " .
"Wiley B. lluddleslon, Van Buren "
L. D. Mercer, Warren "
Erasmus Alley, Marion "
John L Dearman, DeXalb "
Alvin Culluin, Overton "
Charles Reagan, Fentress "
James R Bennett, Morgan "
Milton Draper, Jackson "
BRANCH AT SnELBWItLK.
Robert Mathews, Bedford County.
"Wm. S. .lett, do "
Dr. Thos. Lispcomb, do "
Rob't. II. Majors, do "
G. "W. Cunningham, do "
"W. J. "Whitthorne, do "
Newcumb Thompson, jr. do "
"Wm. Gosliu, do '
Hugh Francis, Franklin "
Andrew Maxwell, Coffee
"W. F. McGregor, Marshall "
John Goodrich, Lincoln "
URASCn AT COLUMBIA.
James W.ilker, Maury county.
Lewis Ami;,' do. "
Christopher McEweii, do. "
R. G. P ayne do. "
Martin L,Stockard, do. "
R. M. King, do. "
A. L, Pil!)w, do. "
James Y. Lucas, Lawrence "
Bowling Gordon, Hickman "
John L. Hunter, Lewis "
John F. Moore, Wayne "
Robert Dickson, Giles "
BRANCH AT CI.ARKSVILLE.
R W. Humphreys, Montgomery county.
Joshua Elder, do- "
John Hart, do "
Wm. Slielton, do "
Thos. Pritchett, do
Dr. J. Cobb, do "
Wm. Quarles, . do "
Robert McClure, . do "
Robert MeNeely, Dickson "
Thompson B. G witiii, Humphreys "
A. M. Wall, Stewart "
John Ghorain, Robertson "
lillANCIl AT TREXTOK.
John W. Elder, Gibson County
John L. Davis, do "
James V. Fussell, do "
Jesse J. Lasseter, do "
Sam'l Williams. do , "
Mathew Underwood, do "
James M. Brewer, do "
H. Y. McCorrey, Madison "
W. B. Hall, Henderson "
Correy Pettigrew, Decatur & Perry "
Wm. McCutchen, Benton "
C. S. Woods, Carroll "
J. B C. Adkins, Henry "
W. W. Gleaon, Weakley "
S. W. Codirau, Obion "
T. J. Connell, Dyer "
Hiram A. Partee, Haywood "
11RAXC1I AT SOMMKItVlLl.E.
AVrlliam A. Williamson. Fayette County
James A. Hazlette. do "
William Robertson, do "
Ed. Winston, do "
Henry J. Cannon, do "
John C. Cooper, do "
Andrew J. Gillespie, do "
Edwin Dickinson, do. "
Wm. B. Crowder, Hardeman
Thos. Claiborne, Haywood "
David Fitzpatrick, Lauderdale "
Gen. F. Taylor, Tipton "
Marcus B. Winchester, Shelby "
URASCJI AT BOCERSVILLK
"William Hutchinson, Hawkins County.
Jacob Miller, do "
Goo. Pi. Powell, do "
A. R. Edmonds, do "
M. Moore, do "
James M. Hord, do "
Absalom Kyle, do "
John Rhea, 2, . Sullivan
Wm. II. Branch, Washington "
"Win. M. Lowrey, Greene "
P. M. Senter, - Grainger "
Wm. Richardson, Campbell "
A. Cam)bell, Hancock "
J I. II. Hubbard, Jefferson
P. n. Toomy, Sevier
nUANGII AT ATHENS.
Wm. H. Ballow,
S. C. Carlock,
J. W. McSpaddin,
James T. Lane,
G. W. Bridge,
S. K. Reider,
"W. M. Sehorn,
J. C. Ramsey,
do . "
Sterling T. Turner,
ARRIVAL OF THE
New Yore, Jan. IC.
The steamer Europa has arrived with dates to
the 31st December.
Sales of Cotton forthc week -15,000 balest. Spec
ulators took 8,000, and exporters 3,000 bales. Or
leans fair CJ; middling C; upland fair CJ; middling
C. Demand (rood, prices stiflei! fine Qualities im
proved most. Flour advanced Is. Wheat ad
vanced four to six pence.
NV.w York, Jan. 17
Further Foreign News per Europa.
Manchester. There is no new feature to notice,
iJusmess healthy at firm prices. American stock,
six per cent bonds 18GS 110aillJ.
London. Money continues in demand, but there
is no inconvenient scarcity. The Bank rate of dis
Cotton. Hollingshead reports a fair demand du
ring the week from the trade, Speculators and Ex
porters. The market is quite firm for all dtvsrrin.
tions. An excess over estimate of actual stock of
uj.uoo bales ol which 50,000 bal:s were new.
The American was discovered to-day.
Provisions. AH provision circulars quo noth
ing doing in beef. Xosale3 of American or French
pork. Xe w bacon selling at -15 shillings.
Breadstuff;?. The arrival of grain continues
moderate. Millers and dealers are oblieed to nur-
chase freely this week. United States Wheat lis
Sd a 12s. Fine Red 10s lOdalls. Ohio Flour, 333
Cda39s. Baltimore and Philadelphia, 38s Gda39sa40s.
Choice Yellow Corn, 4Gi Gd. Wheat, 47s.
Lord Dudley btuart 13 at Constantinople endeav
oring to induce the Porte to enroll the
and Polish legion and cause the entire cessation of
hostilities with Russia.
A ratification treatv between Riiin .mil P-rdo
has gone to St. Petersburg.
1 ersia is daily expected to attack Bagdad.
The British Parliament is annointed to m,M fir
business on the 3 1st of January.
Tfi Peot.. : 4.-ii ......, i
A decree of Xanoleon removes tho rifri.si;nn
Cmtn Imnn.la P I . . . C T " , ...
luui ujiu .i vyuuuu irom jngianu into trance.
It is rumored in Paris that Soule fought a third
duel with Duke Alba at Madrid Jinrl tvna l.-ill.,il
This, however, needs confirmntinn
Gen. Radwitz is dead.
Sweeden and Denmark are fnmiinn' nri -irmnil
league against Russia.
M. Viscouut died suddenly at Paris.
The Porte is nctin"- in the most fnVnrllr uwri1
with the Representatives of the four Powers.
It is reported that Dr. Browni will snrvppi! Sir
George Bonheim m Superintendent of tho British
trade in China.
The Shah of Persia has rlUmicoorl nil prnri,
English and Italian officers from the armv.
Ualip Pascba, the Sultan's brother-in-law is
named as Minister of the Interior.
Abdel Paseha has been repulsed in Asia.
The united fleets are still in Bosphorus.
Louisville, Jan. 17. Daniel Hewes, bar-keeper
on the steamer Eclipse, di owned himself this morn
ing. He has been known for many years on the
Western waters as an upwright honest man.
I.uoisville, Jan. 17. Weather cold and sleety.
The river contiues to rise and here at all the points
St. Louis, Jan. 17. The river is blocked from
the mouth of the Merimac to Alton.
The weather is very cold, and sleetine. raining
and freezing. No prospects of the river opening.
There is 2 J feet scnt on the bars.
Ashbrooks' pork housi, with the entire contents,
was destroyed by Gre last night Los S150.000
Washington, Jan. 17. The Senate confirmed the
following Consuls: Thomas Rainey, to Bavaria; Mr.
Crusly, to Chili.
Further Newsper Europa.
New York, Jan. 17. The four Powers hav e pre
sented a note demanding an armistice.
Halip Pacha's entrance to the Ministry is regard
ed as favorable to peace.
Vienxa, Friday. Turkish Bulletins acknowledge
the evacuation of the Russian Territory in Asia.
The English Consul at Teheran mediates between
Persia and the Porte.
St. Petersburg. In regard to politics there is
only one reinai k, t hat preparations are going on in all
quarters, and are such as denote that they are made
with a view to more serious contingencies than war
New York, Jan. 17. The steam tug Titan,
arrived here yesterday, bringing the passengers res
cued from the San Francisco by the bark Kilby.
The Titan took all the passengers oft' the Kilbv ex
cept Mr. Falson, Brazilian Consul, and Mr." and
Mr. Abrv, and ten soldier.
The Kill)- brings one hundred and eight passen
gers rescued from the San Francisco.
Those airived hero are in the most pitable condi
tion, being wet, cold, hungry and almost naked.
Large numbers of them were taken immediately to
the Astor House.
A meeting has bren held at the Merchants' Ex
change, aDd parsed a series of resolutions, express
ing the sense of the meeting concerning the gen
erous and heroic conduct of tho captains of the
ship3 Three Bell Antarctic, andKilby, and ordering
a piece of plate to be presented to each. They also
passed a resolution petitioning Congress to in
demnify the commanders and owners of these ves
sels for the looses thpy sustained.
The mate of the San Francisco says she was not
scuttled, but he supposed she went down within
24 hours after she w as abandoned.
The following were lo3t from the decks of the
steamer, niht of the first disaster : D. C. Stock
well, Miss Benton, A. M. Grates. M. Banken and
J. II. Sonthworth, were washed overboard, but re
gained the vcsspI, and have arrived here safe.
Office Cosixeu Sciimer ash I'siox Streets.
RESIDENCE Xo. at Summer street, next door but one to
Odd Fellows' Hall.
Cases of Remedies and Books for f-milv use constantly on
band. Qtnlo Ini
AKE NOTICE That the business of the undersien- i
and of the late firm c Cnircv .t Martin. inut be !
closeil. Ail accounts and noies, tlicrelore, remaining mu- j
settled nfler Mondav, 23d instant, Avill be placed in the j
hands of au olhcer fur collection. Unlill that time I may i
be found at mv old stand on Union street.
JanU ' RICUIARDO.URREY. !
Pit ATT'S SIXTEENTH AAXIIAI. SALE i
AND cloins sales for the seasoti ol Iiooks, Stationary
Gold Pens and Pencils, Ac, Ac, on Tuesday, Wed- ,
nesday, Friday and Saturday Evening. ITiIi, lMli, 2lh, I
nnd 21st January, having sllll on hand a large aon men t '
of rare and desirable, together with a stierior lot of Gold I
Pens. Among his assortment will be found Encjclopa-dia, !
and valuable Standard Works iucierv department of
Literature, Science nnd Art. letter and No(e Paper, En
velops, Ac He would moM respectfully call the attention
of alt to the Niles. All hooks oirered ale warranted new mid
CerfecL Jt being his lat wtek, he would &y, if jou want
argains, don'i fail to atlend.
jin!7 JOS. F. DUNTON.
JUST ItEriCIVED-from Steamboat 11.R. W. Hill,
per John Simpson, the following fresh Groceries, viz
Sujar Brown, Clarified, Ixiaf, Crushed A Ponder'd;
Cotrec .lav, Ijv'n'ra and Rio;
ltice 1 tietc-e, (frusb;!
Prunes - dozjars, "
Sardines loo and boxes;
I'reserycd (Singer 4 case;
Raisins 10 ', and whole boxes;
Market Baskets -o nests, with and without covers;
Tubs 0 nests, asMiited,
Clo'hcs Baskets 1 doz, large;
Pecans 1 barrel, fre.-h;
S S Almond.s 1 barrel, fresh;
Cinnamon 10 malts
Djuiijohns CO a-wirtcd Demijohns;
Sugar (Jans i". nesls, assorted;
Cod Fish 5 boxes;
Citnm 2 do;
Foot Matts 2 dozen guis-, large;
Brandy Cherries ." boes
I'ickles, (Cndernood's) 1) boies, assorted;
Pepper Sauce-" d.uvn;
Kelclmp r do;
Sahiion and Lobstcis idozen cms.
" j,ni4 STEVENS A GIBSON.
1t HANDY AN I) WINES. -)
1T l'i tine i.ld Brandy;
"I " Holland Gin;
1 Ca-k " SIkiiv Wine;
J4 ' " .Malaga " ,
'." bhls pure sweet
janl4 STEVEN'S A GIBSON.
r QA'Itl'I' AN!) HL.h.sr:.S-
IJ St lmis tiolden rtip;
1 NewOiVuns '
jitill STEVENS A GIBSON.
VtTE intend keeping n general upply of Groceries and
V oilier nnicles. suitable for family use. and hope, by
close attention to our business and always having the best
duality, to merit the patronage ( our friend- and custo- '
liiers. STEVENS A GIBSON, j
j tnli 41 College St., 2 doors above Church. j
TfEW-HOTEL. Under the provi-ionsof an -rA j
JL net incorporatinfr the Nashville Hotel Company, ja2J.
passed by the Legislature of the State of Tennessee, on tlie '
2Sd of November, 1-3S, notice is hereby given that Books I
will be opened at the Nashville Inn. on' Monday next, the I
16th inst, for the purpose of obtaining subscribers io stock
in said Company.
RL'SSEL HOUSTON, 1
1) T SCOTT,
W T BERItV. V Committee.
Dr. R C FOSTER, I
. W F COOPER
Nashville, Jan. IS.
We had very heavy rain on Monday night which closed
the river to rise rapidly. There are voir about seven feet
on the shoals and still rising.
Cottos. Jlarket quiet siles yesterday of 100 bales at
RIVER R1SING-7 FEET ON THE SHOALS.
Jan, IT None.
17 Republic, Burksville.
SAVANNAH, Jan. Arrired.barnue Formosa, Ryder
Boston; schr Oregon, Runill, Boston; sh;p Rotunda, liond
lelte, Batb, Me.
uilAKLEsru.N, Jan. 7. Arrived, steamship risiivil!e,
Berry, New Yotk;l)arqiie Isabella, Humphreys, Boston.
U eared nr. snip rersian, liotvara, Liverpool; sciir Anna
Elizj U., Babcock, New lort; schr Coquette, Benrett, lia!
SAVANNAH, Jan. 7. Cleared, ship Columbia, Sturges,
Boston; schr Virginia, Axwonhy, New York.
THE OCEAN STEAMERS.
Sailiug Days to and from the United States.
CANADA, (Rr) Liverpool Dec2t, for Boston
BALTIC, (Ain.1 Liverpool, Dec. 123, for New York
EUROPA i Id) Liverpool. Dec 31. for New York
ARABIA (Br) Liverpool, Jan. 7, for Ba-ton
ATLANTIC, (Am) Liverpool, Jan It, for New Yoik
FROM THE UNITED STATES.
PACIFIC, (Am) New York, Jan 7, for Liverpool
AFRICA, (Br) New York. Jan. 11, for Liverpool
.AMK-Mi. (Am) aew 1 ork. Jan 14, lor. Havre
.PS, (Rr) New York. Jan. 14. for Liverpool
GLASGOW, (Br) New York, Jau 18, for Glasgow
It.VNDAE AV. aicCAVOCK,
ATT0SNE? AND C0T5SELL0H AT LAW,
OFFICE IN COOPKR's CLOCK, CIIEKItY STREET
J. AV. DODGE would respectfully announce to the
citizens of Nashville that having nearly completed his pre
sent engagements, and being, with his family, delayed by
the low stage cf water and Packet to St. Louis, he will
remain to execute a few more Miniature Portraits, if im
mediate application bo made.
Studio ovar the Muf ic Store of J. B. "Vi'EST, Union st.
comnsswx, and fouwahdixg mkuchaxt,
Cotton and Tobacco factor.
Curner of CJUge and Church ttrtttt, XushcilU.
COFFEE 200 bags Rio; CO bags Havana;
50 do Lagnyara; So do Java.
CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 18,000 American;
100,ipo0 Cuba C s and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 2i 0 joxcs Sperm and Star,
200 boxes Sterine an Tallovr;
COTTON YARNS A lo of assorted Nos. Osnuburs, su-
perioi quality at manufacturora prices;
FRUITS 100 bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; 50 drums Figs;
50 frails Almonds; 20 bill Pecans;
FISH 50 barrels and ha'f barrels Mackerel;
75 Kits Mackerel; 12cases Sardines:
FLOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati;
75 do St. Louis (Harrison's;)
GLASS 800 boxes Window-, all sizes;
125 do Qt., PL, and 4 Pt. Flasks;
75 do Flint Timib ers and Goblets;
60 do Squatt and Cap Jars;
SO Demijons, fire and three gallons;
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints;
10 cas Scotch Ale " "
75 barrels American and French Brandy;
93 do Apple and J'eacli "
400 do Whisky, various brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum;
25 do Wine, various kinds;
100 do Cider Vinegar;
MOLASSES 150 bbls and H bblsreboiled and S. Hour;
75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 do Wheeling, " "
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 ca-es Tomatoe Catsup;
SUGAR li0 hlulslxiuisiana Sugar;
100 bbls St. I.ouisand Philadelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; 25 do Ixaf (LoveriDg's;)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanaw ha; 250 .sacks line and coase;
185 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table .salt;
SOAP lOOboxes bar; " P" do FancrSoap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 holes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDniHsJ Indigo, Co'prwr-A-s. .Madder. Olive Oil. !ad.
Powder, Shot, salairaUis, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac.
For sale low forcush by T. J. CLACK.
Ig?"Liberal advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs orclean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and I.ard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries.
janl5. ' T. J. CLACK.
M a kSji a iaI's utkk! n eT: atiiomcon .
For the disease tf Females, is one of the most extra
ordinary and valuable medicines now extant. It is prepar
ed by Dr. Tnos. PoMF.rujr", if New York, an Alopathic
Physician, who has practiced successfully in Utica, New
York, forty years. Its discovery was the result of chance,
while experimenting on remedies for a totally dillerent train
of disorders. Forsx years it has been tesled in every part
of the world. In the State of Tennessee it has performed
wonderful cures. I will not say that it has been Micce-ful
in every case, but when it does not cure it never fails to le
liere the mot distressing symptoms. I am jnnitted by
William Parkes, Esq.. of I-awrenceburg, to stale that in a
few weeks it completely cuied his nteio girl, who had len
for five years in the hands of physicians who had not been
able to relieve ber.
Eor sale by every Druggist in the State, and by
dec3 No. 17, College street. Nashville.
the ciiEfe.vheTu; veTjetaiile pills.
AKE compounded withthe utmost care and skill, and the
ingredients are thoroughly tested by the most eminent
Chemists. Tliey are especially valuable for the prevention
and cure of fevers in general, all Bilious and Liver com
plaints, Costiveness, Imperfect Digestion, Deficient action
of the bowels, Sick Headaches, Influenza, Asthma, and a
variety of other chronic diseases, aud in lino for all faini
Ir uses. Price, with full directions, 25 cents per box.
' For sale by ALEX. MACKENZIE,
dec3. " No. 17, College street.
And by every Druggist in the Slate.
OODTixTvAKE. Wehave just received tiom
New York, purchased there at the l-jicat ja'et for
Wooden Bowls, with choppers;
Rolling Pins Beef steak Mauls;
Pastry Bowls, Imon Squeezers,
Liguum Vita; Faucits, Wooden Spoons,
Wooden ladles, Potatoe Mashers,
Towel Rollers, Bung . tarts,
Cocoa Shell Dippers, Hearth Brooms,
Rat and Mouse Trips. Clothes Pins,
Juniper and Cedar Woous, Brass aud Iron bound Palls
Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, Butter Spades,
Axe Handles, Yard Sticks, Twine Balls.
dcc2 S..OW, MACKENZIE A CO.
BltllSIIES! IHtlMIES I-SUjele's best bell
shaped Dusters, of all sizes, fancy and plaiu patterns
orner Dusters, Window Washers,
Fly Brushes, Toy Brushes,
Counter Dusters, Hearth Brooms,
Whisk Brushes. Italian Whisks;
Common Dusting Brushes,
Scrubbing Brushes, Blacking Brushes,
Mops, Window Brushes,
Crumb Brushes, Tea Cup Mops.
Buckskins for polishing plate furniture.
For sale by SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.,
dec2 Houe Furnishine store, 17 College'st.
AIDS TO HOl'SEKEEl'LVG. MauilU Door
.Mais, plain and fancy;
Alicant Mats, three sizes;
Jute Mats, plain and fancy of all sizes;
Coir Mats, various patterns;
Fancy Border Mats, with wood centres;
Sheep Skin Mats, all colors;
Open Mats, from 8 to 8 feet each;
Oil Cloth Table Mats;
Palm Leaf " do;
Chinese Table and Tea Mats.
The above articles are for sale at lower prices than they
have ever before been ofTered in this city.
,lec2 SNOW. MACKENZIE CO.
r-v(TEl:Tti:FENiiEm;T ysen i ukv mu-
1 UP Is an uneqnaled remedy in all cases of BOWEL
COMPLAINT and ASIATIC CHOLER . if taken with the
first symptoms, viz: Vomiting and Diarrhoea. In the past
two years, it has cured thousands in this State of BLOODY
FLUX, when all oilier remedies had failed.
Price, 50 cents per bottle. ALEX. MACKENZIE,
Agent, College street,
And for sale by every Druggist in the State.
TTlOU SALE. Al'EllY DESIKAULE LOT,
JL fronting 115 feet on Spruce street, between Cnurcli and
Broad, running back from 1C5 to lfiS feet, and fr-mting 115
feetnn McI:more st, eet. Said lot will be divided into two
or three lot to suit purchaser.. Said lot has on it a lar
brick school house.
ALSO A desirable Country Residence, about three miles
1 from the city, on Nolensville Pike a frame houe with five
rooms, Ac A bargain will be given.
I ALSO A brickjiouse with six rooms, Ac.. No. 31 Spruce
, street, near Cedar and a vacant lot on Cedar near Spruce.
A LSD A neat Brick Cottacre in Edeefield, with four i
of Co . Ramser. Said hou-e was !
formerly occupied by Rev. M.S. Royca Make farly appli
cation to R- W- BROW N,
dcc-20 Real Estate Agent.
FOR RENT 1'OR THE ENSUING YEAR,
a farm of fifty acres or laud on the Charlotte Pike, four
miles from Nashville, with good improvements.
dec-21 R. A. BALI.OWE, Gen. Agent.
TO RENT FOR THE
next vear. a comfortable family dwelling, witii i or a
rooms, convenient to the churche3 and female academy.
Apply to K- W. 11KU.,
EXCHANGE AND BANK NOTE LIST.
CORRECTED DAILY UV DYER PEARL 4 CO.,
Buying and SeUinf IlaUt, lattd on tvuu aloce fJUj dollars
Tennessee, allnofes payable at Nashville
" all others
Bank of East Tennessee
Kentucky, all good Banks
Ohio " " "
Indiana' " ' "
Pennsylvania, all noles pay hie at Phila
delphia " all others in good standing. .
. . par Yt r-e
South Carolina ,
i dU 3
1 dis 14
Alabama, Stato Bank aud Brandies. .
Bank of Mobile
Southern Bank of Alabama
Silver, Dollars and Half Dollars
" Dimes and Half Dimes
Sight Exchange on New York
50 day bills on X. York and PJiila.
(;,) u u u
Sight Drafts on New Orleans
3-jdiy " " ....
CO " " " "
Checks on Cincinnati m
" " IvOuisyille V
" St. Ijmis " .
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4 " 8
H a 1
par H pre
FALL 8l CUHNIWG-HAM,
'o. 17 C(!LLEG!i STREET,
Dirret Importers anil Dealers in
CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS,
HOUSE SUILDINQ MATERIALS,
u'j.4 'joi isa "au 'ajaJ
HAVE r.o'.von hand an extensive assortment ofHARD
WABE nf ereri- de-rrlolion. nnd wonM inrlt.. tlir. t-
tentionof all MERfJl VXTS visiting Nashville for supplies
to give them a call lwforc purchasing
Feathers, Ginseng aud Beeswax, received at the highest
market tiric in exchange for GOODS or. in payment of
Atituu.MS, Man 11 tf.
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund
Policies cflnsurar.ee issued at all times on the most fa vol
able term3, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIIIE, OR THE
PERILS OP NAVIGATION,
by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County. IjanT.
THE KVJTOAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF 2TASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
fFICE on Cedar street, adjoining the Post O.lice, and
V7 opposite the veranuau, will msure on tlie mutual prin
ciple, iioueM, aieicnanu.ze, ac..againsi lessor wamag ny
Fire; Steainlmts on auy of the Weste-n waters iicrainst the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Caigocs of Vessels of
every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
fir a term of years, ordnrirg life. Also, BankNotes trans
mitttd per mail.
All persons having tbrir lives or property insured in this
Instit-ition, are eatitlei1 1- a full participation in nil the prof
its without any liability io loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they mav pay.
' M.S. P1LCHER, President,
.1. B.JOHNSON, V-ce President.
C. J. F. WnAifo", Secretary. janl
TENNESSEE MAHINE AND FIBE INSURANCE COMPANY-CAPITAL
OFFICE oa the North side of the Public Square, midway
beiuten the Nashville lun and the Planter's Bank.
Tliey will make insurance on Bouses and Goods of every de
scription against file; on Steamboats and Cargo "against fire
and iheri.sk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats end
other rirer crafts, nnd on sea vessel and other cargoes, on
the usual terras. JOHN M. HILL, President.
Joseph Vaulx, Secretary.
DiEECToits. Alex Allison, John M Hill, F B Frgg.G M
Fogg, James Correy, duo M Bass, Joseph Woods, Samuel
Seav, Matthew Watiou, J J White, Jacob Mctiavock.
ESTABLISHED 10 J TEN YEARS-
OUR Goods are selected aud purchased bv ourselves
with gieat caie in the best markets, which enables us
to sell low for CASH Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry, and we sell as cheap as nnv house in thecountrv.
Toys, Pocket Cutlery, PISTOLS, Re'vohers, and Sell-cocking;
S anish Cigars, 4c., Ac. jilyiS6 tf
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN', rroprietor,
MARKET ST., OPPOSITE JOHNSOX A HOKNE'S TOBACCO WABIUOCSr,
Marhlt W'arerooms al thf old stand, Corner of Sum
mer and Spring Streets.
HAVING made exfensive enlargements in my Marblo
Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all
kinds of work in the mi st tasteful manner and the latest
style, as cheap as it can be done in any of the Eastern Cities.
By callinp at my Ware-rooms, on the corner of Springand
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
persons to judge lor themselves, which is the best method.
Having on hand a.l kinds of Marble from East Tennesse.
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Mntble, which I will se'.l low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or in the rough s'ate.
A larre assortment of Monuments, Tombs, Baptismal
Founts, L'rns, Vaes, Garden Figures, Grave Stones, Ac,
carved and lettered to order. Furniture Marble executed
toorderaud sent to anv part of the South-West as cheap as
it can be procured from the East Also, Marble Mantels,
of every description, plain or carve J. Building Stone, sold
wholesale and retail.
All ordeis left at my Ware-Rooms, on the corner of Spring
and Summer slrcets, will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock' before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, 1
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. - JAMES SLOAN,
Corner of Springand Summer stteets, Nashville.
febltt lv 1 1
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
Usaitcd States Mail SAne
Throuali in 18 to 50 Hours.
XEW YORE AXD CITA RLESFON' SEM1
YEEEL Y STEAM SHIP LINE.
LEAVES Adger's Wharves, every Saturday
7I1UIU II I. M I J lMI , ll.l.l .lib u, ... ... v. ...w
S-fivni the South ami West.
On Saturday, the new and snlendid steamer Jas. Ad-
gcr, I,5:i0 tons, .1. Dickinson, Commander JIarion, I,
210 tons, W. Foster, Commai der. .
On Wednesday the Union, 1,500 tons, Richard Adams,
Commander -.Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Com.
Thee steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety,
speed and comfort Experienced and com teous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will insure
Travellers by this line every possible comfort and accom
modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Ac
commodations, aiinly at the office of the Agent,
septir-lv HENRY MISSROOM,
" Corner East Bay and Adger'a Son. Wharves.
Calin passage fa Steerage ?S.
" WALL PAPER.
JUST received a splendid assortment of Gold Paper
Gold and Velvet Herders, and Plain Satin Papers f.ir
Parlors, Halls, Ac., together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teisters, Ac.
On hand, a large assortment of unglaied papers,
from 10 to USc per bolt.
KLAGES A GORBEY.
No 20 College st, next door to the Sewanee House.
X. B. Pajier-bauging done in the best manner
" S i ORIXG COTTON.
PERKINS A CLACK Are now prepared to receive,
stoie aud ship cotton. Liberal advaue3 made to con
I?OR RENT. Two BRICK WAREHOUSES on
' Front stieet, a few steps above the bridge. One of
thorn i. well suited for a Flojr Deoot Annlr to.
! janl7-2w, T. b. ilOSELEY.
T ) URKE'S IJAICING I'OWDERS.-KM) CASES
IJ uurkes rtatiug rowiiera, line lor lfucKwneai Laxe.
For sale by ijannj W. II. GORDON A CO.
1)LOUGUS. ONE HUNDRED li ALL'S
Peacock Ploughs, Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
jan5 WrH. GORDON A CO,
"WHOLES AL E
No. 7, North College Street,
WOULD respectfully infoim Druggists, Meichants,
Physicians and Manufacturers, that they hinc again
commenced the DRUG BUSINESS in the new buildiugoa
College, near Church street, and intend conliuing themselves
to the WHOLESALE TRADE. Their stock is nearly eu
tirely a fresh one, and they aie determined in make both the
prices and qualities satisfactory. Tuey oiler sale low for
cash or on lime to punctual men
640 gallons best Winter Sperm Oil;
SOO " - Tanners' Oil;
1CH53 pounds Ind.p, of prime quality;
14a3 do ' Madder,
630 do Extract of Logwood in small boxes;
do Muriate of Tin;
do Refined Salpetre;
do Epsor.1 SalU;
do Gum Camuhor;
do Sun. Curb. Soda;
90 Gro. M'Lane s Vermifuii?:
10 do M'Ine's Liver Pills;
20 do Fahuestock's Vermifuge;
100 doz. Mustang Liniment;
100 Gro. wood box Matches;
6S0 doz. Mason's Blacking;
2S0 m. G. D. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead drr;
600 do White do do;
900 do Letharge;
1600 do Eng. A enetian Red;
200 buh. Keutucky Bine Grass Seed;
45 boxes Bonn'sScotcb SuutI', in packages;
24 do Garrett's do do;
60 doz. do in bottles;
48 do MaccaboySnutT, in cots;
1000 lbs. ' " in jars and bbls;
800 boxes Window Glassy-assorted;
4000 lbs. Putty;
130 pounds Pearl Sage;
110 do Tapioca;
630 do Gum Arabic;
fC doz. Cod LverOd Rushton, Clarke A Cu's;
CO do Scidlct's Powders, in tin boxes;
86 do Soda; "
60 poinds Calomel, English and American;
10 do Hydriodate of Potisli;
215 do Spirits Niiric Aether;
6G do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr. lodida of Iron;
Schsefielin's Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cues of Instruments, of various styles;
Physicians Pocket Cases of Vials a large varitv;
Amputating, Dissecting, Ljthotomy, Trepanninj and
Midwife Instruments, in cases;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sizes.
VW Feathers, Beeswax. Ginseng, 1'lax.seed, Ac , taken
at the highest market rates. foct!3 tf
rISC WHITE PAINT.
0 keis received and for
sale lew. This articlo is said to be much sui erior to
White Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in exposed
situations, and all the purposes 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 LEAK AND 1'OIL. 10 ounces Abbey's
best Gold Leaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received
andforsale lowbr oct2i EWIN BROTHEKS.
PAIR LIVINGSTON'S DOR3I ANT PLAT
FORM SCALES. 1 pair Platform Scales.
For sale at cost and carriage.
decir. EWINBROTHERS, Nashville
NDIGO. 11 JO Li;.S. INDIGO RKC'ElVlSD
. this day and for sale low by
janl EWIN BROTHEKS
JOTICETO ALL. HAVING ASSOCIATED
wilh me in the Coach Manutiic'iirinrr Business .Messrs,
tOBERT CAPPS, JAMES F. PHELPSand ARCHIBALD
STUART, all good Mechanics and industrious men, 1
ask for the coiintir.tution cf ray old customers, and hope,
by a strict attention, to merit the same.
janlf-Cm. J IRA A. STOUT.
UNION COACH FACTORY !
Entrance Xo. 5 Clark Strict,
USDEK THE FIE3I OF
WE, THE UNDEKSIGNED, having forme 1 a Union
lor the purpose of can ingnn the Coich Manufactur
ing Business in all its various branches having taken the
o'dstnndof Ira A. Stout, ou t'l.ik Street and extended
through to Spring Street, we are ready to compete with any
Caniage Manufactory in the State of 'fenne-see, on any
work brought from the North or East, and i.ll we ask of our
friends and the public is, to give us a call for an article in
our line of business; having superior workmen and the
best of stock. Also, we beg leave hereto say that weus
no iron but the best Tennessee, which is the best iron in
the United States for Coach work. We are all working
men and will use our utmost exertions to give satisfaction
to our customers, and all persons having work to repair
may rely on getting it when promised.
IS?" All orders piomptly attended to.
IRA A. STOUT,
JAMES F. PHELPS,
janl2 6m bw.vu ARCHIBALD STUART.
THItEE Stole Rooms on Deaderick street. AIo, one
double office on the second floor, and lodging rooms
ou the third llwr vftlie nm Z..ll.ltt. .jplv to .1 ACOlt
McGAVOCK, or RANDAL W. .McGAVOCK.
POWDER-Tennessee Rifle, in qnartei, 'udf and
whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs t.id barreLs
A full supply of the above descriptions of Po der, war
ranted equal to any in the market, alwavs on hand and for,
sola by jaltl CllE-VTHAM.'WATSON A CO.
n br the oriirinal manufacturers, for sale bv
CHEATHAM, WATSON i CO.
jali No. 6i Publ'C Square
ft, f AA 1 Hlsll TO I'liRCHASE
55J.UUUU $10,000 Stock in the Wire Suspension
linens, at par. payable in Merchandise at cash prices.
nsvlH Sni R. H. BUOCIvWAY. No.71 Public Spuare.
stewart A: avi:akli:y",
WHOLESALE t RE7A1L GROCERS,
NO. 3 BROADWAY,
AVE ON HAND nnd offer for sale 200 bbls Flour,
tl various brand:
100 barrels Whi'ky;
25 " Domestic Brandr;
10 " Gin;
5 " S M Wine;
SO " Monongahela and
25 dozen Painted Buckets;
1 Willow Clothes Basket;
10 coils Manilla Rope;
23 reels Packing Yarn;
10 dozen Guarded Glass
10 barrels Lincoln Whisky;
10 boxes Tumblers;
20 J pipes French Brandjr; 2" do Pint A Quart Flasks;
1 14 pipe Catawba do;
io cases Hermetically seai-
1 p'pe Old Cog no;
1 ' pipe Old Spanish do;
50 barrels Molasses;
20 U barrels Syniir,
10 barrels laird Oil;
5 do Linseed Oil;
2 do Turpentine;
10 do Peach Brandy;
4 do W R Butter;
13 4 do do do;
10 bbls No 1 A 2 Mackerel;
10 tf bbls No 2 do;
25kitsNol4 2 do;
2 barrels Salmon;
1 drum Cod Fish;
100 boxes W R Cheese;
60 Imixos Eng. Daily dn;
50-bagi Buckwheat Flour;
10 doz Zir.c Wash boards;
23 doz Willow Market
J0 while, half and quarter
50 drums Smyrna Fig;
10 Ixixes Pie "Fruits;
10 boxes Mixed Pickles;
25 boxes Lemons;
50 jars assorted Preserves;
20 do Tomato Catsup;
100 14 A q'r boxes Serdlnes;
2 casf s Table Salt;
25 barrels Pilot Bread;
So bxs Tobacco, v's brands;
S-J bis Tallow Candles;
50 bxs Soap;
2i),000 lWalia Cigars;
20 dczcnCorn Brooms;
1 box Clothes Pins;
2CU reain3 Wrapping Paper;
25 bsgs Spun Cotton;
l'O bags Wrapping Twine;
1 hnrr Candle Wick.
Together with Butter, Water, Soda, Sugar, Pic Nicand
Boston Crackers; Crushed, Powdered and loafSuirar; Pep
pcr.Spice, Ginger, Indigo, Madder, Starch, Alum, Copper
as, Mustard, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Golden Syrup, I'ried Ap
ples and Peaches; Hominy, Beans, Peas, Bacon, Lard,
Dried Beet, Sweet and Iri-h Potatoes. Together with ya
rious other articles, usually kept in a Boat Sim e and Family
Grocery, to which wo would cull the attention of Farmers
Steamboat Men, and the public generally, as we are dc
tennined to sell tor small profits tor casli,
........... . . .
LDIM. LOTS I OR SALE. ,
( IX LOTS on College Hill, finely located, Nos. 33, 3-1. So, I
86, 37 and S3, loicli lot lronts Sa leel on vinery siteti i
1 runs back li2 feet to llutne street.
ALSO Nine BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS in West
Nashville, Nos. SO and S2 front on Bnud street; Nos. lol.
10i. 104 and 12ijon McGavock st eet; Nos. 11$. 174 and 1(6
on Deiuunibrane street. A bargain can be had by making
early application to R W. BROWN,
jaula Real Estate Agent.
170R SALE A large BRICK HOUSE with S rooms,
Ac, No. 2G Viueslreet, between Chiirchand Broad.
Apply at No. C3 Cherry street, to R. W. BROWN,
j anl2 Agent.
D ISSOLUTION The Copartnership lieretofore exist
ing under the style of PERKINS A CLACK was dis
solved on 2d inst by mutual consent THOS. J. CLACK
will continue to carry on the Grocery and Commission, Re
ceiving and Forwardinz business at the old stind.
janl2 THOMAS J. CLACK.
Having sold my entire interest in the firm of Pikklns A
Clack to Mr. T. J Clack, my lato partner, I cordially re
commend bun to the friends of the late firm, and respect
fully solicit for hini a continuance of the patronage so libe
rallyoestored. IjoniaJ P. G.S. PERKINS.
IfRESH ARRIVALS. .!Dt 11IIDS. SUGAR,
- all grades;
100 barrels o'Molasses;
100 half barrels of Molasses;
5 tierces of Riee;
5 packages nf Mackerel;
20 packages of Cranberries;
150 ackages of Raisins;
1 10 bags ot Almonds;
20 casts ot rorter and Ale;
20 coils of Manilla Rope;
50 packages .Market, Clothes and Corered Baskets;
100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac;
20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuls;
20 packages Cogniac Brandy;
10 packages Maderia and Cherry Yt ines;
40 packages Port and Malaga Wines;
70,000 superior Havana Ciirais;
500 Demijohns; 50,W0 Corks.
For ga'e bv I jani 21 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
GU.U IJitol's-A SUPPLY
Drops, Received tbb day.
OF UU.M AliAlllO
, Fall and Winter
! STOCK OF DRY G00D3
j A T NICHOL'S CORNER.
j No. 18 Corner Sipiart and ilarlti Stritl, NaiKzltte,
I TJTAS received his new Fad Importations of RICH AND
J JlXi ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
! ha takes pleasuro in inviting the attention of friends and
I the public, feeling assured tliat he can offer as great bar-
gains as can be found in the city,
IN RICH FALL AND WINTER SILKS.
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
eluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
Plaid, Brocade, Blcck, Bayadere, Striped, Natienal, Repp,
and atered Silks, as bave bien in tbUcity. .
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL PARISIAN PLAIDS,
Ofentire new desigus, with the handsomest and
RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including the gay, grave, riclund elegant.
NEW AND CHOICE FRENCH 3IERIN03.
The most desirable colors in market, embracingthi-most
fashionable shades which the ladies will find beautifuL
ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASHMERES,
Of the choicest patterns and most beautiful colors and in
fact every ether kind of Dry Goods, suitable for
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Cmpe nnd Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in
cluding the Rich Broche, or Cashmere Shawles.
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Of Bomdozines, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Black de'Laines,1
Berages, Grenadine, Mourning Sleeves, Collars, Chemi28tlr,
Handkerchiefs, and everything else suitable fora
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Hnnitnn, Valenc:enne, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Chemizetts and SLeces: fin setts': Jaconet and
Swiss Edgings, Insertings, Cumbricand Swiss Flouncing,
applique woik. Also, a tine assortment of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S GLOVES,
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton aud Merino Under
Shirts and Drawers.
IIOUStHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS.
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Di-
masfcs, Napkins, Toweling, Crashes and D'apere.
Quilts, Flannels, Canton FUuuels, Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac, 4c
FRENCH CLOTILS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres; Over Coaling?, of all kinds. And will
open in a few days a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLESW PARISIAN CLOAKS AND MAN
TILLAS, Made of the very best material, Ac , Ac
Call aDd examine this large and fine assortment cf goods',
suitable to the approaching season, and jou will not be dis
appointed either in st) lea or prices.
sept27, lt JAMES NICHOL.
1853. FAIL IHP0RTATI0KS. 1853.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
N. 57 College Street.
JOHN" K.HUME is now diily leceivingfrom New York
and Philadelphia, his fall and winter supply of desira
ble goods, to whiili he most respectfully invites the atten
tion of alt in want tt fresh uud excellent goods suitable for
rct2 No. 57 College street.
QTAI'LE GOODS Welsh, Saxony and Shaker
O Flannels; , Colored Flannels;
French and English Prints; Toweling:
Fine Blankets, Sc.;
lauie Uoilis, Ac.;
JOHN K. HUME.
A J ANTILLAS
AMI CLOAKS K.-1, V.l
llX Cloaks; Tuhna Mantillas:
Satin aud Cloth Cloaks; Talma Cloaks;
Cloak Cloth; White Enib'd Mamies;
Cloak Trimmings; " - '. Talmas; -
Exti a handsome. JOHN K. HUMS. .
LSO RICH SILK DRESS GOODS. Masni-
XX. licent Plaid Silk:
Rob Itoy Plaids;
Paris de Laines;
Beautiful Poult d'Sol;
" Black Bioche;
" Italian Black Silks;
" Satin National;
" Rep Silks;
Black Annure Silks;
ALSO English and French Merinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new, rich and really elegant goods, are all
respectfully invited to the exhib tion of
JOHN K. HDMK,
oct2 No. 57 College sf.
EICH FALL AND VLOTEE
WA. A- J. G. McCLELLAND have just received thr'
. largfst and best selected stock ot Fall and Winter
Co-MlseverotTered in Ibis market, which they offer to the
trade at lower prices tlian ther can be found in any other
house in the city. At No. 2a Public Square.
'rich DRESS GOODS.
Super blk "o;
Rob Eov Silks;
Plain Mous.ae Laines:
Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres;
English and German Merince? I
Je Lames. '
Neat de Laines.
With a variety of low price de Lames, 4c
WHITE GOODS, LACES, ETC.
Cambrics, Jackonets.Swisses, Tarlatons;
Vat Ibices, Kdingsund Inserting;
Ja:konet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncing.);
Lace and Muslin Collars and Chimizettes;
.Juconei .ouirs ana rsieevcs;
Linen, Cauibric and Lawn Hdkfs; in great yariefyr
Kid Gloves, Silk and Wool do; -4
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton do;
iiiacik i-ace, ens, ltioonns, &.
In Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we hare the richest a?-
- sortment ever offered in this marLpL in Velvet Stilin nih
aniliiii;all colors, witli eleuaut wbitd eaibroidered Silk- j
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvet for making them, 2
Cloths, Cassimcres, Vestings, Sattinetts, Flannels, Tick
ings, Shirtings, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bed
Blankets, Suir Coat Blankets, Shawls, Linseys, Prints,
Alpaccos. Wo feel confidentthat buyers will tind it greatly
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination
and in so doing save themselves some money.
octU McCLELLAND'S, No, 20 Public Square.
RYE FLOUR. Russell A Bond, 54 Broad Street,
have just recuved un excelleutartideofRYEFLOUK
bolted and unbolted- B A T w nov3
CLERIC WANTED. A young man who writes a
goodliand, and has a general knowledge of accounts,
can obtain a situation by making application, with refer
erces.to M. box3i. Post Office.
Nashville. .Vov. 11,1353.
rpo COUNTRY MERCHANTS. I would call
i the attention of deulers to the heavy Stock of Wall
Papers, I am now receiving and prepared to offer on the
most favorable terms. septl5 W. W. FINN.
rpHOSE ITNi: SNUFrS. Just received persteam
JL er A. L. Davis, 350 pounds of SNUFF of superior qual
ities of the fine brands of Garrett's superior Scotch SuufT
in bottles; Room's Macaboy in bottles and kegs. Also, a
sup rior quality of Fiench itapjieeing&llon Jars, suitable to
travellers. Also, alargelot ottine cut Cavendish Chewing
Tobacco, a new article, with an assortment of Chalk Pipes.
Iho above articles 1 am prepared to sell Wholesale or
Retail as cheap as any house in the West.
novi JAMES MOORE.
Tobacconist, sign Little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar
LEAMlER O. SIEVENsOS. KOBIRT t. WUITS.
STEVENSON & WHITE,
AT. 59 College Street,
AVE on hand a large and desirable stock of STAPLE
FANCY DKi (Jt)UUS. winch tbey will sell
verv cheau f"rcasb. in order lo reduce their sock before
they receive their Fall pnichases. All of jou who like good
bargains give them a call. faugl
XTE have on hand a large and beautiful stock of Ijdies
DRESS GOODS, such as plain, check ind brocido
Silks; Silk Robes, Beragesand Berage Robes; snd u large
lo' of beautiful French Muslins, all it which will be sold
extremely low for cash bv
augt ' STEVEN sON k WHITE-
T7RENCH NEEDLE WORK.-SIEVE.N'SON A
1 WIIITK have iu.st received avervlanrestockof Vrench
Needle Vork, such a Collais, Sleeves, Chemizetts; Uaud-
sellinir at very reiluctd prices lor tasii. aun
.e .ellinir at veiv reduced ibices for lash.
HO US E- FURNISHING COO DS. We have.iust
received a huge stoek of Damask, Linen Sheets and
Linen Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a largo lot of Pla'n
Linen Napkins aud Durask Towels which will Iw sold yen
low for cash by auglj STEVE.VSON A WHITE, v.
G ENTLE3IEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
All yon who wnh to purchase Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vnstings.'Linens. Patent Shirts, Linen and Drilling Draw
ers, Half Hose, Linen nnd Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves and
Cravats, call inatSTEYKXSON A WHITE'S, No. 59 Col
lege street, for they are felling off very low for Cash, in ol
der to make room for their Fall Stock. au g4.
EDICL1js7tTiAT HAVE BEEN FULLY
testedduring the past year, by many of the most re
spectable citizens ot Nashville- The advertiser is permitted
ti refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins. whose servant was cured
ofa most inveterate Scrcfula. Also, tho servant ot Mr. J.
Collins of the same uis :ase. Five cases i or Cancer bavo
been cured; twenty casfj of Bone Felon. Mr I.. H- Jones a
son was cured of Sore Eyes, afte- having been under the
treatment of two of the most distinguished 1 hysiciins for
eiffbt months, almost to jllybiind. t
At least one hundred respectable persons in Nashville,
and its viciuity, -an b teen who will vcuch for the great
benefits of hs cours;of treatment, without the use t tho
kni fe or mercury.
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis
eases, Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im
purities of the blood.-
Twenty years of constant Practice, fifteen in New Orleans,
prior to coininj to Nashville. Those interested, are res
pectfully invited to call, examine and consult, free of any
Office No 47 Union st, near Chcrrr.
novlO ly. n EDWARD THOMAS.
-TOTlCE ! NOTICE! ! THE OFFICE Ol
I tb( N'ashvill.i (S:ls. Ijvhl Cnmnanr his been removed to
COOPER'S BU1LDIHG, corner of Cnerry and Deaderick
streets 2d story overDiggon'a Music Store.
janl5 lvr. JAS. II. KENDRICK, Sec'y.
"VTOTICE. -The office of the United Firemen's Insurance
Company has been reciovd fmm No. 52 College St,
to No. 25 College street, directly opposite the "Se-vanje
House," in the bouse formerly occupied by J.U. Cutray,
c RAILROAD MACHINERY.
Snch aaUcowticu for Passenger and Freieht Trm
SSTO T'SrulU Cac,,mpletedf"d
every cescnption of work ppertainiDi?to Rail
Machinery complete for fitting up Sash or firen!.!- c;,
camplete, with the new est and mostprovedodef
GRIST Afll.T.si 4" m-es-
1-1 ... ".Ut.liVl.
and Machmery made for all sizes, mmpltte- to.
gether wiih Machinery forSirgar Jlills and Cotton Gics- 1.
so Machinery for Blast Furnaces, embracing Caitlrm CW
indtri for blast, Ac. J
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for RoII
JngMills complete marie at shortest entice.
BRASS AND IRONCAST1NO.
Of any description, with shafting, mill gearing, wafer
wheels, cast iron Bankranlts, 4c, Ac, made .to ere'er.
Address JonxTitOJirso.N-. Agent. , who is a practical ma
cheaist) cr tho undersigned. JOHN" B. JOHNSON,
junL'I ly b. President.
RICH AND ELEGANT FURS
ATFR.NCISCOA WHITMAN'S. -There are few ar
ticles iaXvhiih the unpractistd eve is more liable to b
deceived than io Furs.
There may boa variation of several dullars in twoMiuTs,
or iclonnes, and vit nme persons out of ten may be uno
bletodetecttlieditrerencewhenthevvie'Tthea apart from
each other, a: i ranciso A Whitman's Hat Store, No 22 Pnb-
L : I ,,V' van reir upon gelt rg a good article
ttia. snail be in al. repeci what it U lecronmecded tale,
and at a reasonable price. Ourstoctc is verv large and well
assorted, consisting of Hudson Bay Sablc.'Canada Sable.
Superior Sets of Some Marten, Lynx Fitch Ka-tgeni, and all
the lower gradesof Furs, made up in the most foshionabla
ol-n HOLIDAY .STYLE.
ACCORDING toour regular enstorn, ws" introduce tliia
day our Holiday IlaC A new and original sty Ic. and
got ten up in the most cleeant manner. We feel assured that
it is but to be seen to be admired.
dcclO . Fashionable Haltery.o. 21 Public Square.
1) AltENTS AND GfARDlXNSrelnvlted' U
. call and examine the beautiful assort rcent of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Caps uf the Ulcst and most
approved, sty les, which are for tale t lha splendid hat es
tablishment nf FRANCISCO A vVUITMAX-
decM Xo.23, l'ub'ac Square.
r 1 MI E JI ETROVaLlTAN II ATThosersons
JL who wish a neat and comfortable business Hat, would
do well to call and examine those beautifu! new stvlcs that
we have just received. FIi.VNCl.SCO A WHITMAN.
declO 2T PuMic Square.
DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET JESCULAPIUJ
OR, EERY ONE HIS OWXrHYSICLVN
THE Fortieth Edition, with. One
Hundred Engravings showing
Discuses and Malformations of ti.e
Human System in every shape and
form. To which UaddeJ aTreatsc
. .kti: r t i ..r ;
the highest importance, to married ,5
people, or inose couiempuuit nuir-
nage. liyvii.t,lAJl suu.Mi
Let no father be usluuned
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M,;f.I 11 . t in. 1 vit
an early grave. Let no young man
or woman enter info the secret uLli.
gations of marriage life without reading the POCKFT
JiSCCL.nUs. Let no one sufTenng troni a kackui'J.
Cough, Pain in the Fide, restlfs nights, nervous feelings
and the whole train of Depc!Ciic seusations, and giren up
by their physician, be anotl1er.Sio3.eut without cousnltiij
the ASCULAPIUS Have than arried, or tLosti about to
be married, any impediment, read this truly useful book, as
it has been the means of saving thousands of untbnxma's
creatures from the -'erj jaws of de-aih.
ST Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENT3 en
closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by ma I,
or live copies will be sent for One Dollar.
Address, (jwsl-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG,
marchlS ly Xo. 152 iprwe Ut. I'AuiMjAt.
I REFER the Fanners to tlw stieinnts below, mad-? by
Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several tiir.es, Iain satis'ie; "t'itsgrwi ntilitr. As
be season is advancing, I now offtrtl-nse I have on oa ' or
$200. ' I. r CHEATHAM.
june29, 135J. NaehvilIe,TeDn.
Nosirrriir, Jane 5 l9""
Col. L. P. Chutham: Dtfr ,S?. thnve bren as Jg
le " Reaping and Mowing Machine" paten'enred by Mainey
of Illinois, which too are now offering to (he citizens olT n
nessee. It is a fikstratr labor satiso. M.tCHrjcr. It m rka
.vt.r....l v.mnw Tli. wmmiil (.'1 tmc f'Kr will 1' '"l (1
principnllr urn the' Fpeed of the team. If'the tea-1 can
r i r ' i,..,. - u.n,u. rni
laid liUI lUitti l Uvni, . . , vt. ....... . -m
n ten honrs. It is entitled to the confidence rf thcr'-i " c.
Respectfully J. SHELBY
I, L. F. Bradley, now managiDr the farm of Dr. ''' T.
make the following statement : We hare "uj fir imvlun
one week, one of Col. Clieatham's raowm? and n i :Z
p machines,webavetried it in clover and gram trfownar-. ?an-
gt"d, and I now state that it mows and cut. deatertlun t.io
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as nrnrf a.. 14
hands, and it can reanat least twenty-fonr acres per riaT
june2-tsw. L. F. HR.VDLI. Y
' 'ESTRAY niCIOIAX COUNTY.
TAKEN tfPby JohnW. Mibry. living in llicktnin
County, Tennessee, and in District No. 1, a brum
MARE, about 10 years old; about ! Lands high; some sal
die spots; shod before. Appraised oa the 20n December,
IS S, to forty dollars.
NEGRO HO Y FOR SALE.
BY VIRTUE of a decree of the County Curt of David
son County, rendered at the Jnnuaiy Term, 1" 1, i
the case of E. A. Mibry. admini.trator, rv David D. M-'-br,.!ty.
Twill offer for lile, at tne Court Hodse i.t thj
owtrof Nasiville, on Satnrdav, January 2Sth, lS-it, fu-cn-sh.
n NEC BO BOY, named Lemv, aged about s rear ,
Ti;Ionging to the estate of George W. Mabry. dr.csucl
F. It. CUE-VTIIA'l.
. jan!4 dAtriwtd Clert.
STATETENNESSEE DAVIDSON COUNTY.
Sielton Demoss, ad tu'r, Ac,
t .J8, i ,i i. -r December RuTes.1'5"
Jlunes Russell and other, heirs f
I ion nah Russell, dte'd. J
"rEFOKEthe Cletk and Master of the Countr Court of
13 Davidson County. On motion, and it apiwariag o
I heteiisfaction of the Clerk that the following defendauu
i D tivjizbove cause, to wit Helen Dawion. wW reaidva. m
t in fctiti of Missouri, and Andrew Russell, Jackson liuwcll.
tin i Wesley Russell, the three la.t being ehiWretr of l fr
1 li-Bseti, de'd, and residents or the State of Kentuckv, t r
l icowidents ofthis State, and that the nsu.il pme-'a of'h
Jom-tcan nut b" served upon them. It is, therefore, ordir-
id liat puMifttion be made in some paper f' ,r furty day?,
i eq uiring saiiLduleEdaiits to appear at the February term of
laid Court, lobe held at the Court House ni the t w-.of
A'ashville. 'n.tli2 first Jlondiy in February, 15 .'. atd pi -ad
i aiswer or demur to llu? petition, otherwise, the same wi . tw
t aken for confeii-J.snd set fur hearing tS ptrU as t m.
F. ft. CUBATHA-a.
dec23 tri w until 1st Feb. CI'-
Davidson C'uuuty Court,
Jaunnry Tcna, 1831.
Hannah A Jones, Adm'rs, Ac, I
vs. - Order cfPublicaf n.
Jones A Hannah and others, )
IT appearing to the tatisliictioo of Ifca Coarl that two of
the defendants in tbaatx.vtj case, town. J. V. Carter
and his wifbNarcissa Carter, are non-residents of ibis State,
and that the iisnal prnctss of the C'uit c.iunotbe fcrved
npon thcul, it wi ordered that publiotiion tenwe r.ir 30
days, fur said defmlanlt to come forward nt the next terra
of'this Court, to be held at the four lin.-e iMthetn.vn of
Nashville, on the first Monday in Febro..ry, 14 and
plead, answer or deranrlo the tifion, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them, ami sc' to- bejriiip.
iau7-im F R. CHE-VTil A d. Cleric. Ac.
-xTKA'l' A XII DESIKAIIl.i;
i. FORSALE- I wish to sell the lum e-
n which I live.
.;...,t..i , il. . mi ii.let f. Summer str.i', o..Jl. txiween
Broad and Church ftreet. The house is some thirty ft
from the street, one story, anu in gitw rcimir, ami an noun.
dance of fine thade trees.
es. roricnusuj'i ;j i" me ai jicurra
A Terras' on Broad street,
Ji I. Ij s
. , - , llt'l.'l. I Vll.litlUli
Forsate 1" litely 3i L utjo, i bi'U
years old; 35 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fel, '.
. ,,iir?lT Iftin-t ljrin wiiitr,-e in T.iiei tifilAn
!lmii mv residence in lledford count ! "lesSouta-
est of Shelby ville, or addres-s rno ov Uri'er. i l.-chiuond
ustOtlice (iviv.I5 tf. M P t.hNTRY.
fT-OIt RENT FORniF. XEXT YE-VR, Jzh
the Third Story, Rooms suited fur UfTices or ted
itisnis on the secotd floor, and shops and o acvi on tt
rrtund floor of the Union Buildings on IIk corner ,uf Cedar
!in Cherry streets, opposite the IW OU ce. , p'y to
nvl3 tf S. P- A j ISDN. N... il Cnerry t
received by nov4
VAsriviLLE. TESXi.'- r-.
Onlht Square Xtit to GvrJtv'j !'-
.nVgrcTcSd bMarbte Y. ;. c A .
-r ent ncmand
:w nilKIosi-3 ' ' ii - 1 , II nar
iticularrVention tsvrell '- . Fol Wnrs
BapfisnlsPiunti-'l T a ; '
best Eur orvn masr-- '
-5 arr nr T m-
lv rf v t- own
, j !i. ge quantity
'tale wtich he will sell.
of Italian CI - V.J" : iv Mirf,lL-f the best
.rre the nublicon as ac.,-otuiuvM.."h -Tywdmec
patronage is souaiea. irts'u di-
p s Tne aiieuiioii mmo -
Jtomrassortmentcf Statuary. They are of (to rar-
etjaod fine-it a.uaUtT. and sl-iUwt import iuoc