"THURSDAY AlORNING, JAN. 2C, 1854.
"BIBLE DEFENCE OF SLAYER V; Ob OaicMAtFoa
TCXtS AXD HlSTOBT Or THE Ntxmo Racx." By Iter.
JoslAH PaiEST, A. JJ.
The agent of this valuable work, Mr. E. W.
Bcsn, is now in the city, and we learn intends
canvassing the Slate for purchasers. We advise all
' ' who feel a philosophic or historic interest in the sub
, ject of the work to avail themselves of th"i3 oppor
tunity for procuring a copy. It is the most com
plete and thorough treatise on the subject of slavery
-' in print, and, as an able defence of their peculiar
institution, commends itself to the attention of
"We take pleasure in copying the following com
mendatory letter from Gen. Hocstok, to the agent of
ITuxtsville. Oct 20, 1853,
Mt Dear Sir: I thank you for your work enti
tled 'jTUtory of the Negro Race, and Bible Defence
of Slavery. So far as I havo Dad timo or oppor
tunity to examine the work, I am greatly pleased
with it; and think it calculated to do much good with
considerate minds, and none but fanatics can object
to it. You will find with all those who repudiate
and deride the Holy Scriptures, that reason will
have but little weight
. TIip author deserves much credit for his labor
and research; and I hope ho will not only receivo
the trratitude or every patriot who reaos me woru,
. . r r 4 1. nwA " 1
but likewise a lair recompense iui u umc auu w
ents bestowed upon it3 preparation.
Vilh many wishes for your happiness,
I am truly yours,
E. W. Bcsn, Esq.
The concert of this company, on Tuesday night,
was handsomely attended, and the singing, dancing
and music were equal to the best our citizens have
ever heard and they have listened to all the most
celebrated Etheopean bands in the country. Messrs
Deaves, "SViisos, Sargent, Foster, and Brows, arc
excellent singers, and exhibit a high degree of talent
on. the various instruments on which they pertorm.
d T)riv.-o' "Poor do? Trav" wa3 exquisite. Tan
Liew and Brown are masters of the dancing art,
while La Petite Azelexe delights and astonishes
all beholders. Mr. Moore's performances on the
flute were very fine. But the novelty of the eve
ning, as we thought, was the Violin Duett by
Eixebold and Kxeelasd. It was truly a remarka
tie and ingenious performance. '-Uncle Tom's
Cabin," the after piece, was a rather lame affair, and
was entirely wanting in the wit and humor winch
graced the other parts of the evening's entertain
ment. The singing, dancing, music, and repartees,
Jinworor were aurh as to make it impossible for a
- - ,
dull conclusion to put the audience in a bad humor.
To-night, the -Eolians give another concert, with
change of programme. See advertisement and
SWISS BELL RINGERS."
We are soon to have these celebrated performers
among us again. The agent was in this city yes
terday, and from him wo learn that tho citizens of
Nashville will have the pleasure of listening to the
"Bell Ringers" on Wednesday evening next. We
need not ay to our city readers that thcirmusic
is as delightful as it is unique. The company gave
several concerts here last year, and are remembered
"with pleasuro by all who heard them. Their au
diences on thsir return, will be both large and fash
ionable. THE WOMAN'S HILIj ITS DEFEAT.
In our paperof thel3th ultimo we called theat
tention of our readers to the fact, that, there was
pending before the present Legislature a Bill, which
Lad for its object the better securment to married
women and their children of property which may
have been acquired by them or devised to them pre
viously or subsequently to marriage. Mr. Sykes,
the talented and penerous-hearted Representative
from Maury, was the author of the bill. We gave
its provisions, remarking, that we believed, from
their intrinsic justice, that they would commend
themselves to the approbation of all right thinking
and right feeling men. The bill was substantially
the same as that introduced, rome few sessions
since, by the able Representative from this county,
E. Cooper, Esq. By a reference to the proceedings
of the Mouse for Tuesday morning last we see that
the bill has been indefinitely postponed, the vote
being on tho postponement ayes, 44; noes, 28. At
this result we are not surrised, though we confess
to a feeling of mortification, that a law so benefi
cent in the objects which it proposed, so conserva
tive of domestic happiness and peace, so protective
of the just rishts of the weaker sx, should have
been thus defeated by the assembled wisdom of the
State. In no ironical sense, we may, with truth,
exclaim with Mr. Burke. '"The Age ot Chivalry 53
It is to be Imped, however, that thefriends of wo
lman's right's to hr property will relax nottheir efforts
in her behalf, until the millenial day of her disen
ithrallment from present wrongs and oppression
shall dawn, ushering in for her sex that "betUr
.time" which, sooner or latter, we believe, teiUcome.
In the mean time, Woman's thanks are due, and
rare gratefully given, to Mr. Sykes and his faithful
.colaborers in her goodly cause. ShelliyviUe Expos -t
HOW TO WASH LACE.
tEhe&llowing mode of washing laees we find in
an eixbasge, and re-publish it for the benefit cf
Wash Youe.owh Laces. The difficulty of get
ting lace waslieft right, especially out of a great
city, is very great. Every lad', therefore, should
know how to wash her own thread lace. If any
fair reader is ignorant of this art we can teach her
in a very few words. Let her first rip off the lace,
carefully pick out the loose bits of thread, and roll
the lace very smoothly and securely round a e'ean
black bottle previously covered with old white lin
en, sewed tightly on. Tack each end of tho lace
with a needle and thread, to keep it smooth; and be
careful in wrapping not to crumple or fold in any
.of the scallops or pearlings. After it is on the bot
uletake some of the best sweet oil, and with a clean
tponge wet the lace thoroughly to the inmost folds.
Have ready in a wash-kettle, a strong cold lather
of clear water and white Castile soap. Fill tho bot
tle with cold water to prevent its bursting, cork it
well and stand it upright in the suds, with a string
round the neck securpd to the ears or handle of the
kettle, to pi event its knocking about and breaking
while over the fire. Let it boil in the suds for an
hour or more, till the lace is clean and white all
through Drain oft" the suds, and dry it on the
bottle in the sun. When dry, remove the laco
from the bottle and roll it round a wide ribbon-block-.or
lay it in long folds, place it within a sheet
.of smooth white paper, and press it in a large book
for a few davs.
STRE.vr.Tn or the Administration in Coxorkss.
"The following paragraph is an extract from the
Washington correspondence of the New York
Hmts, of January ICtli:
'It seems to be generally conceded now that the
nomination of Mr. Redfield will be confirmed, and
that the Democratic opposition to the Administra
tion in Congress has completely "caved in." The
failure of the Senate bill, which required the Pres
ident to send to that body for confirmation his nom
ination of Assi-tint Secretary of the Treasury, is
the most signal indication of tho strength of the
Administration in Congress, and the utter weak
ness of the opposition in its own paity ranks. The
bill referred to was undoubtedly right in itself
scarcely anybody questions that. If an Assistant
Postmaster General, or the Solicitor of the Treasu
ry, mustundergo the ordeal of confirmation, svtrvly
it bright that the Assistant Secretary should alo.
A fortnight ago there was "scarcely a doubt thnt
this bill would pass upon its merits;' but individuals
who were opposed to it succeeded in identifying
the measure with the Hard Stiell demonstrations,
and thus insured its defeat notwithstanding it would,
under any other circumstances, have received an
almost unanimous vote.''
Pkrjosal. Ciiaiootte Cushmak is engaged
. appear at the Haymarket Theatre, London.
Hiss Davenport is in Albany.
Mr. FortnrsT and Mr. Anderson have been play
. ing in Boston during the past week.
Barset Williams and wife are in Mobile.
Harmed On Tuesday eveuing, the 24th inst,
lay the Rev. Dr. Wnrdsworth, Mr. Francis Fcrman
to ifi?3 Mart J. Gilliam all of this city.
Worms ! Worms t ! A greatmany learned irentises
have been wntten.explainin'the origin of, and classifying
ui Boriosgeneraiea in the human system. Scarcely any
topic of medical science has elicited more acute observation
and profound research; and yet physicians-are, very mnch
divided in opinion on the subjest. ' It must be admitted
however, that, after all, a mode of expelline "these worms.
and purifying the body from their presence, is of more value,
than ihewiscstdisquisitionsastotneorigin. The expelling
agent has nt length been found Dr. M'Lane'a yermifuce is
the much sought afterspecific, and has alreadv snpei Ceded 3
all other worm medicines, its efficacy being universally ac
knowledged by medical practitioners!
I'ureha-sera will please be careful to ask for DR.
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, .d take none
else. All other Vermifuges, in comparison, are worthless.
Dr. il Lanes genuine Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Taver
Pills, can now be had at all respectable Drugstores in the
United States and Canada. - v
Sold wholesale and retail byall iheprincipal druggists
and country merchants throughout the United States.
R. It. IC. No. 1. Makes tho Stomaeh clean and heal
thy, and the breath sweet and fragraut liad.Sick-Ueada;he;
Mrs B , aed 40 years of full habit, an d suffered with
Sick Headache for ten years: she has used six bottles of
Radway'd Ready Relief she has not been troubled for
several months. Treatment: Ready Relief, 20 drops
every morning, internally, to cleanse and correct the stn
macb. Rathe tho head with Relief extcrnallr. Take one
of Radway's Regulators per day to regulate the bowels.
Rush or Blood axd TncoBBixo Paixs in ths Head
Bathe the head every morning with cold water; odd to a
bowl of water a tablespoonful of Relief, rub the head, neck,
and temples well with the Relief and water: take 20 drops
of Relief internally, regulate the bowels with. Radway's
Regulators. - ..
It. It. It. No. 2. RiDWAr's Renovating Resolvent-
Renovating, because it renovated the system aad makes the
blood pure, rich, and healthy, and imparts stitnglit to the
Resolvent, because it resolves away -from the solids id
diseased deposits, Prica 1 per bottle.
It. It. It. No. 3. Radwat's Bscclatoes Mild and
pleasant in their operation, to regulate tho bowels, and
cleanse the system from all putrid and acrimonious humors.
Good at all times. Time, fire hours. Small doses regu
late. Large doses purge. Taken in doses -of from one to
Three Regulators are an ordinary dose, and will empty
tne bowels ot tueir refuse matter in a few hours.
1st. They cleanse tho stomach from alHcctid or diseased
umors, and leave it sweet, clean, pure and healthy.
d. They produie npon the skin a free perspiration, open
tue pores, and givo a regular and healthy action to the skin.
3d. They purge from tho skin, tho secretions, the bowels,
the stomach, and every function in the svstem, all morbid
and unhealthy humors.
In serious cases, where prompt and immediate attention
is required, and a general operation of the bowels demanded,
five to eight Regulators will produce the most beneficial re
sults. IX ALL FEVERS, Scarlet, Tvphus, or Bilious, take
from one to three Regulators every hour, until a free and
powerful evacuation is produced.
Radway's Regulators are pure, safe, quick, powerful; but
mild and pleasant in their operations.
Price of Radway's Regulator 25 cents per box, containing
thirty Regulators. RADWAY fc CO.,
1G2, iulton street, New York.
Price of R. R. Relief, 25 cts. 50 cts. and 1.
" " Resolvent, ?1.
" " " Regulators, 23 cts. per box.
R. R. R. Office, IC Fulton Street, X. Y.
jau.l !m dA .
Delay not; harbor not in your mind that sentence ot
foots' philosophy, that a d'ueate will get well of itself, or
that you can cure it with certain medicines for a few dollars.
Beware how you tamper with your general welfare.
Ye wild and vicious youths, why will ye persist in dobing
with the JiLAy nj'nealinj compounlt daily proffered, there
by impairing your appetite and digestion and destroying
you mentally as well as physically, when you can be cured
with a few doses of pleasant medicines?
Ye rakes of every age and conditio?, why will ye suffer
and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for
the enjoymtnt and even ordinarypursuitiot lifo? You
who are thus annoyed and wish to be restored to health and
vigor by a treatment at once pleasant and eflectual, should
consult Dr. MORRIS. Hi success in chrenie Jittate has
been greater than that of any other physician of his day.
Many who have been for years afflicted with disease orcan
kequences resulting from excess hare been restored to
health and vigor under his really scientific treatment.
Should a personal interview be objectionable, state your
disease in writting enclose five dollars address Dr. W.
H. MORRIS, through the Post-Office, Nashville, Tenn., and
a package of medicines, securely put up, will be sent pn"
vatelyand with dispatch, lull directions therewith, and
no quettiom att&l.
Persons living at a distance, and afflicted with Scrofula,
Old UUtrt, TtUtr Gmcert, I'iles, Fistula in Am, Grace
Struturt', GldU, or any disease whatever of an aggrava
ted or malignant charter, can be cured at home by consult,
ing Dr. Moeeis, by letter, post paid, euclosing a fe.
Medicines pleasant and aafe, can be seut per mail to any
part of the United States.
Particular attention given to the treatment of lemale com
plaints. Ladies who may ba afflicted h ith Irrtyulariliet,
Flour AUius or YhUt, Frolajvus Uteri or Fulling r$
the )lo.), would do w.ll to lay aside all false delicacy
and promptly consult the Dr. Cubes Wabs.tei !
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedarst.
near Post Office. Room, No. 14, up stairs. uovfl. tf
ST HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL: The
merits of this purely vegetable extract for the removal and
cure of physical prostration, genital debility, nervous aflVc
tions, Ac, Ac. arefullv described in another column ot this
paper, to which the reader is referred, f 2 per bottle, S bot
tles for $5, six bottles for fs; 10 per dozen. Observe
the niaifcs of the ckxcinf.
Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 0, Franklin Row,
Vine btreet, below'Eighlh, Phila lelpliia. Pa,; TO WHOM
ALL OKDR3 MUST BE ADDRESSED. For sale by
all respectable Druggists and Merchants throughout tl.e
For "sale at the Patent Medicine Depot, No. 12 College
street, by J. P. DROMOOOLE. Wholesale Agent foi the
State and only agent in Nashville.
Cm d. and tn-w.
A (lood Secret.
Columbia, April 1, 1S53.
Dr. J. P. Droouuoolk, Shelbyville My Dear Sir Not
long since, I saw it stated in the "Maury Intelligencer,"
that Sick Headache was frequently produced by some fe
male disorder, and that your Female Bitters would entirely
cure the Headache, by first curing the female com piaiut.
I immediately procured a bottle, just to trr it, and, to mv
utter astonishment.it completely relieved my wife of the
Sick Headache, with which she has been aulfering for the
last two years.
You may safely assert that your Female Bitters will euro
the Sick Headache, which I am uow inclined to believe is
principally caused by some derangement of the female sys
tem. 1 am under many obligations to you; and my wife ex
presses herself by saying that your bitters are "a power."
I particularly recommend them. Yours Truly, e.d. b.
Forsalein Nashville by ti e Proprietor, at the Patent Med
icine Store, College street, and by Druggists Generally.
A word of cheer to the Alllictcd. The greatest
remedy ever discovered for the cure of all diseases of the
chest and lungs, ltis believed that no person who will
give Dr. Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and
Wood Napihaafair trial, but wdl receive immediate relief
and great beneGt,and acknowledge its sovereign virtues
no matter how desperate the case may be though the suf
ferring patient may be hopeless, and hanging ou the con
fines of eternity, this soverc:gu balm will give lelief; and
though it may be too late to cure, it will mast certainly as
suage his sufferings, protract his existence, and finally
sooth his passageto "that bourne from uhe.nce no traveller
For full descriptions of its merits, virtues. Ac, see Pam
phlets, to be had of the Agents. Also see advertisement in
For sale at all the principal Druggists in this city.
Airs. Ilanis, the wife of Dr. Harris, formerly
of Nashville, but now of California, used to suffer severely
with attacks ot Erysipelas. This circumstance is well known
to mauy ot her friends and acquaintance, in Nashville and
vicinity. In one of these attacks, Dr. Harris, undone or
two other Doctors, were attending on her, and doing their
best, we suppose, but could not allbrd relief, when an old
acquaintance of hers, who is physician, happoned to cill
to Me her, and sliesaidtolmn, well, nude Nat, can't you do j
something tor me? Yes, aid 1ii I think so. I have a doe i
of DR. ARNOLD'S PILLS, and they will help you. She I
took the Pith-, and they cured her, according to the state
ment which she made lu diJeieat persons. And frequently
Htii-rwaids in micIi nttacks she took the same kind of pills
aud tl.ey cured her promptly.
Nashville, January 2-1, l'-".4
LAND FOR SALE.
T)Y VIRTUE ot a decree ot the County Court of David-
XJ son county, rendered nt the January Term, 154, in
the ca-.e of Thomas .1. Adams and others, vs. Mary A. Ad
I urns and others, I will again offer for sale on the premises,
I on Sat irdar, the 4th day of Feiiruiry, 1 S54, a tract of land,
containing bout 25 acres, more or less, situated in David
I son county, on the Murtieesboro pike, about 10 miles from
Ttie terras of sale will be upon a credit of one and two (
year, notes with goodsecuriiviequired, and alien retained i
u;ion the land until the purchase monev is paid. I
JanS i F. K. OlfEATHAM, Clerk. f
BURKE'S BAKING PO WDERS.-IOO CASES
Burkes Baking Powders, fine for Buckwheat Cake.
For sale by jjn5 W. H. GORDON A CO.
Nasuvillk, Jan. 26.
The river has inundatedjhe upper and lower parts of tte
city, and still rising.
Cotton. There has been no change in the market since
oar last. Prices are firm, and we heard of sales yesterday of
152 bales at 7"-a9c.
RIVER RISING TEN FEET OX THE SHOALS.
25 Twin City, Pittsburg;
24 Charles Belcher, New Orleans;
25 Luella, Waitsboro.
HOUSE AND STEAMBOAT YVUMSmXQ GOODS.
A. MORRISON & CO., '
Corner of Hie Square and Deaderick street.
A51!iTnri,T!?S adait'ns o beir STOCK of
. ., STEAMBOAT AXD HOUSE FDRXISUING GOODS,
-Vnd intend keeping a full assortment of articles for conve
nience and economy in the house-keeping line. Amoneour
stock may bo foaud b
SILVER PLATED WARE.
Tea Setts, Fruit Baskets and Costors;
Butter' Dishes, Castors and Xapkin Rings;
Soup and Gravy Ladles;
Dinner and Dessert Forks;
Tuble, Dessert and TeaSpoous;
Cream, Mustard and Salt " 4c.
Tea Setts, Pitchers, Goblets;
Castors, Tea and Coffee Pots;
Candle Sticks, Lamps; Soup Ladles;
Sugar Bowls, Cream Cups and Tumble.-s, Ac
PLANISHED OR BLOCK TIN WARE.
Coffee and Tea Urns, Chaffing Diibes;
Oyster, Vegetable and Water "
Egg Boilers, with and without lamps;
Jellyaud Pudding Moulds;
Dish Covers, single or iu setts;
Nurse Lamps, wnh china dish and Tea kettle.
JAPPANED AND. PAINTED TIN WARE.
Tea Trays and Waiters, inlaid with Pearl.
" " beautifully Painted;
Toilelt Setts, "
Chamber Pails. " "
Bread Trays, " "
Foot Tubs, Wash Bowls and Pitchers;
Spittoons, Tea and Coffee Canisters;
Trunks and Boxes, with and without locks:
Foot and Stomach Warmers, Candle Sticks;
Cake and Tart Cutters, Scoups, ic
' Fine Ivory Handle Knives, with and without fork3;
" Bone and Horn Handle Knives and Forks-
" Polished Steel Fire Setts and Stands;
Bronzed Fire Stauds and Spittoons;
Tea Kettles of Brittania, Copper and Iron;
Coffee Mi'ls, Sad Irons, Sad Stands;
Enameled Sause Pans and Kettles;
J. Tin'd " " "
" Fish and Tea "
' Pots, Stew Pans, Ac.
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE.
By next arrivals from New Orleans, will be in receipt of
wiutiieniiauipers sou jwskcis;
Market and Travelling "
vtagons, uaus, bewmg and ICocking Chairs;
Wheel-Barron s, Bediteads, Ac.;
Brass bound Pails and Keelers:
Tkm-s, Towel Rollers, Measures, Ac.:
1.... T) " . . ,- ...
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES ON nAND.
CHINESE GONGS, for Hotels and Steamboats,
Tin Lined Dish and Knive Baskets, lor Hotel and
Foot Jiats, Floor and Scrub Brushes,
Feather Dusters, Whisk Brooms, Bed Coids,
Bread Knives, Sardine Openers,
Oyster " Oyster
Champagne Knives, Xutf Cratkers,
Clocks and Time Pieces, Lanterns,
lxxiking Glasses, Curtain Bands,
Portable Boot Jacks, Cloths Pins, -
Mincing Machines, Chop Knives, " - "
Toasting Forks, Scimmers and Ladles,
Flesh ' Basting Spoons,
Egg Whips, Tea and hand Bells,
Muddlers Iemon Presses, Ice Picks,
Waiters' Trays with stand,
Knife Boxes, Twine Reels, Stone Match Sates,
Plate Warmers, Vegetable Sliccrs, Ac, Ac
SOAP STONE GRIDDLES, universally used at the North.
require no grease to bake cakes, and will not burn. Hotel
and ttcamboat Proprietors, Boarding House Keepers and
Private Families are respectfully invited to examine the
Stock. A. MORRISON. A CO.
jan24 '54 1 w Comer of Square and Deaderick st
"VTUW IIOTKL. Under the provisions of an
JL act incorporating the Nahville Hotel Comnanr.
passed by the Legislature of the State of Tennessee, on the
tiiSd of November, 1853, notice is hereby given that Books
will be opened at the Nashville Inn. on Mondar next, the
Kith inst., for the purpose of obtainiug subscribers to stock
in said Company.
D T SCOTT,
W T BERRY, V Committee
Dr. R C FOSTER,
W F COOPER.
City papers please copy.
TO KAILLOAD CONTRACTORS, R LACK
SMITHS, Ac 100 finished Steel Pointed Crow Bars;
50 Crow Bar Mould.
lOo Blacksmiths' Sledges, assorted;
100 setts assorted Axles;
20 dozen Picks and Mattocks;
25 do Shovels and Spades;
100 Drills. Jujt redved and for sale low by
janlS McCREA A TERRASS.
100 hhds Sugar;
O 200 bags Rio Coffee;
1UO dxs A x bis star tanai s;
'MJ tons ass a uoned iron; 60 uxs assorted Tumblers;
50 do Hollow Ware; 50 casks Soda;
300 pairFire Dogs; 10 do Alum;
COO setts Wagou Boxes, ass'd 10 do Brimstoue;
100 pieces Am Blister Steel; 5 do Puttv;
10 bundles Spring Steel; 5 cases Imp'l A Black Tea;
100 kegs Pure Lead; very fine;
1 bale Paper Corks; 550 boies Cteese;
Just recived and for sale low bv
McCREA A TERR ASS
jjnlS 35 Broad stie't
BUD BLANKETS ! BED BLANKETS ! !
THURSTON A BERNARD still have a largeassort
ment of superior Bed Blankets, which they are selling at a
reduced price, at No. 9 Uuiou street, janlO
ARAREJOPPORTUNITY IS 'NOW OFFERED OF
makinga fortune in a fewyears, A person is wanted
to connect himse If with one of the most successful Exhibi
tions in America. None need apply who cannot command
a cash capital of $1200. Letters addressed to X; Z., at this
office, wilt meet wilh immediate attention. janlO If
MR. ZEVALLOS, after the firtt of January, will take
a fewmore cIases of Gentlemen or Ladies, desirous of
leamingthe FRENCH LANGUAGE, and to accommodate
many who have applied, ho will form a night class.
Apply at Berry s Book Store or hi house, No. 11 High St.,
south of Church. He would refer to
F. B. Fogg, Esq,., R. J. Meigs, S. P. Allison, W. F. Coop
er and J. A. Mchwen. dec 27 lm.
ANDLES.-C2 BOXES ADMANT1NE CAN-
J DLES (equal to.'
ipermj lor sale by
VY. 11. UUU1JU. S W.
LADIES TiVIN'TER SHOES WE ARE NOW
opening direct from the most fashionable Eastern
Indies' winter Gaiters, assorted colors;
do Kid, Morocco and Calfskin Boots;
do Buskins and Slirpers;
do White Kid and Satin Gaiters;
do Metalic Sandals and Over Shoes.
In addition to a large assortment on hand lor Ladiis, Gen
tlemen, Misse.-, Bora, and Ciuldeex, adapted to th' seaum
to which we invite the attention of purchasers, wholesale
and retail. A. 1). A C. W. ROBERTSON,
nov23 No. 45 College street.
OR RENT FOR THE NEXT YEAR.
the Third Story. Rooms suited for Offices or bed
rooms on the secoid door, and shops and offices on me
ground Boor of the Union Buildings on the corner of Cedar
anu unerry streets, opiwMte tne I ost umce. -nppiy 10
S. P. A i.ISON, No. 61 Cherry st.
ESTRAY HICKMAN COUNTY.
TAKEN UP by John W. Mabry. living in Hickman
County, Tennessee, and in District No, 1, a brown
MARE, about 10 years old; about 15 hands high; some sad
dle spots; shod before. Appraised on tho 2Jtn December,
1833, to loity dollars. R, DEAN,
janl4 w3t Ranger.
TEAT AND DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
FOR SALE. I wish to sell the house in which 1 live.
situated on the v est side of Summer street, No.Si, between
Broad and Church streets. The house is some thirty feet
from the street, one story, and in good repair, and an abun
dance of fine shade trees. For terms apply to me at McCrea
A Ten-ass' on Broad street.
"VTOTICE. ON FRIDAY THE THIRD DAY
LV of March next, at the late residence of George W.
Martin, Sr, deceased, in Tottys Bend of Duck River, about
eight miles l'astofCentreville, Hickman county, Tennessee,
I will sell to the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve
months, the purchaser giving note wi'li two good free-hold
securities, resident citizens of Hiekman county, the follow
ing properiy, viz: Some likely Negroe?, to wit Two Men,
Farming Tools, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac.
jan aw5t GEO. W. MARTIN,
NEW WOODS! NEW GOODSI!
RECEIVED AT THURSTON 4 BERNARD'S,
iVo. 9 Union Street.
T'TTE are now receiving, direct from the Eastern cities,
some of the very latest stvles of Fall and Winter dress
Goods, consisting- in part of SILKS. Brocade. Plaid, Check.
figured and plain Black, Persian Cloths, and all wool Mus-
lm Delanes; Chemisettes and Sleeves in sets French Nee-
die Work Collars. Mourninc Collars and Sleeves. Embroi'd
Linen Camb.H'dk'fs, Velvet Ribbons, Gimps and Galloons,
Jaconet and Swiss In.ertings aud Edgings, Jaconet Hands
and Flouncing, Ac Ac HOSIERY aud GLOVES, all
shades and qualities. Children's and Misses sizes, all col
ors, which we are offering very lew. Those .'n search of
cood Goods, and at low prices, will do wel to give us a
Soil. No charge for showing goods.
sepU-tf THURSTON A BERN ARD.
DR. P. S. WOODWARD. Office Xo. 9 Cherry street,
three doors north of Church street, bas on band Vadne
Matter of the very bestquality, which he will supply to the
profession generally. oct6 ly
JrWe are authorized hi announce L. V. Fcssil. as a
candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson
county, at the next March election.
BT TPe are authorized to announce Joax K. Edxoxdsox,
a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidsoa county.
J37Te are authorized to announce Exoch Ccxxixouam,
as a candidate for Sheriff at tho ensuing election.
5grWe are authorized to announce Wiujam Luton, as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing
I"f"We are authorized to ennonnce R. B. Biglet as a
candidate for sheriff, at the ensuingelection.
CLERK OF TTTE COCJiTV COCIIT.
as e are auuionzea u announce josun r aaais as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuinc election.
J3fWe are authorized to'aunounco Fklix K. Cueathau
a caniidate for re-election for County Court Clerk at theen-
t7We are authorized to announce Isaac it. Jovm k ran.
didata tor County Court Clerk, at the next March election.
roit cousrrr trustee.
ST iie are authorized to announce John Rains for
re-election as County Trustee at the ensuing election.
XrT We ore authorized to announce Thomas Slunkr as a
candidate tor Trustee of Davidson County.
l-tl care aumonzea io announce ueobge (J la re. as
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, atthe March election.
e are autconzed to announce the name of W. K.
JIcNTEtt (Collector) as a candidate lor Trustee lor Davidson
county at the next March elections.
22T We are authorized to announco the name of Isaac
11B.NTEH, hsq., as a candidate for County Trustee, at the
next March election.
J"gr We are authorized to announco the name of Wil
lis D. RoBEttrsoNasa caudidote for Justice of the Peace
tn tho .Nashville District atthe ensuing March election.
IW e are authorized io announce Geo. B. Goodwin
a candidate for Magistrate in the Nashville District, at the
nexi Marco r.:ection. ianl2 td.
ST n e are authorized to announce W. lu Babet as
a candidate for re election to tho office of Magistrate at tho
vusuuur jiarcu election.
S? We are authorized to announce Gbeexwood Parse.
Esq, as a candidate for County Trustee atthe March Elec
J3T" We are authorized to announco H. C. MaaczLLa
candidate for J ustiee of the Peace, in the Nashville District.
J. M. SEABUSY, & CO.
numbers and Gas Fitters.
TTAVE removed their establishment from the old
JLLstand on College street, to one of those fine andf
snaciousStoreKoomsin UOUPER'S BUILDINGS,
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore received
from the community, the subscribers hope, with increased
and improved facilities, and strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance of the same. Having recently engaged
the services r.f two practical Plumbers, we are prepared to
do all kinds of work in this department to the entire satij-
taciion ot OIL
We are daily in expectation of the arrival of a splendid
NEW STOCK OF GOODS
from the city of New York, which will comprehend all tho
most approved anu laicsi inventions mine way ot conveni
ences requueu iu uuiuk up
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
and Private nouses, amona which we mav mention Pan
and Sell-Acting Waler Closets, an article never bef re in
troduced here; Bath liibs, Doublo and Single Showers, for
Hot and Cold water; Vertical Boilers, on a new and im-
pioved principle, for supplying hot water a great saving
oi uiei una oiuer expense; rumps oi every description;
Queensware Wash Basins; Plain and Fancy Gilt, Silver
V iated aud iirass locks, xc , xc. in snort all articles legi
mately in our line. J. M. SEABURY A CO.,
jcn20-'54. Cooper's Building, Cherry street.
N. B. Country work promptly attended to.
We also keep on hand and tor tale Block Tin, Lead Pipe.
r-, , i f l ' J . f.r . . ,r '
aiicei anu Daroieuu oi various utncrqmons, ana at moder
made and repaired to order, aud all the various branches of
J ORBING j
promptly attended to. J. M. S. A CO.
REDUCTION" IN' PRICE
IJOGLE'S UYPERIOX FLUID,
For Restoring, Preserving and Adorning the Hair,
TO THK FOLLOWING LOW KATES, VIZ Z ,
Hottles formerly sold at 50 cents reduced to 25 cents,
" " " 75 " " 50 "
" " " luo " 75 "
Is the best article ever known for curing Baldness, Dan-
druf. Salt Rheum, and all affections oi the skin. Where
everything elsehas failed, Bogle's Hyperion Fluid has ef
fected a permanent cure.
ROGLE'.S ELECTRIC HAIR DYE,
Is another wonder of the age. It instantlr converts Red,
Grey or unsightly Hair, into a beautiful Black or Brown,
literally dyeing it the moment it is applied, at the sam?
time improving the softnc-is and tlexibi lit v of the hair. It
does not stain the skin and cau be applied in any weather.
Its effects are sure and certain whilst its virtues ure beyond
price and whenever used, at once establishes its superiority
ROGLE'S AMOLE SHAVING CREAM
Is an article of rare merit; iu mild and detergent proper
ties prevent the .-kin from chapping, and also resist the
sudden changes of the temperature or climate, whilst the
lather is both creamy and lasting.
For preserving and beautifying the complexion aud ren
dering it fair and delicate, is without a rival.
All these articles tmve stood the tst of the strictest inves
tigation, and are considered to be the only ones worthy of
gracing me toiiei oi oeauiy, lasie anu lasmon.
Sold only by GEORGE GREIG, at 37 Union Street
jan21 'ot tf.
TTiRESH HOI'S, One bale Fresh Hops, growth of
Jj 1 S53, just received and for sale by
jan21 '54 STRETCH A ORR,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner College and Union
I j a full supply of the above.
For sale bv
STRETCH A ORR.
FINE CHEWING TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
Just received a full fresh supply of fine Chewing To
bacco aud Segars. For sale by
jan21 '54 STRETCH A ORR.
r A.HI TRIJI JUNGS. Oue box Lamp Trimmings
received and for sale by
STRETCH A ORR.
"PINE RAZORS AND STROPS. We hare on
-- hand a few extra tine Razors and Strops. Also, some
of a lower price. Recei.edand for sale by
jan21 '54 STRETCH A ORR.
OCKET KNIVES. We have just received a
large assortment of Pocket Knives ot the best quality.
jan2 1 A STRETCH A ORR.
NEGRO ROY FOR SALE. '
BY VIRTUE of a decree of the County Curt of David
son County, rendered at the January Term, 154, in
the caso of E. A. Mabry. administrator, vs. David D. Ma
bry, et al, I will offer "tor tale, at the Court House in the
own of Nashville, on Saturday, January 23th, 1854, for
cash, a NEGRO BOY, named Lcroy, aged about 8 years, ,
belonring to the estate o' George W . Mabry. deceased. '
F. R. CHEATHAM. i
jan!4 dAtriwtd Clerk. I
GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH. I
WE HAVE now in store a large and well assorted
Stock ofSTAPLE' and FANCY DRY GOODS, .
which we will sell at much reduced prices, so as to make I
room for our Sorinc purchases. Those who are in search ;
of cheap Goods would do well to give us a call, as we
are determined to sell very low for Cash, or to our former
friends andcustomers upon our usual terms until the re
ceipt of our new Spring Stack.
STEVENSON A WHITE,
jan22 '54 No. 59 College street
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE.
I WISH to sell my tract of LAND on the Nashville
and Chattanooga Railroad, about 13 miles from
ihn eitv. The traet contains 1435i acres about 60
acres cleared and iu cultivation; has on it a good and com
fortable frame dwelliug house, with plenty ot out houses a
well of good water, Ac The whole tract lies well, and is a
desirable farm. I will give a bargain in the land. Those
wisliin" to purchase might do well to come and examine it
For Information in regard to the land, apply to C. W.
Nance, Esq., or to the uudrrsigned at Kimbro's Mill, near
the Nolensville Turnpike. SAM'L KIMBRO.
jan22 '54 lm.
TJ1PORTANT TO HOUSE KEEPERS. The
X cheapest and best SOAP iu the world. I have just le
ceived 100 cases of Potash in powder for making bard or
soft Soap, a receipt or making accompanies each can. At
least 50 per cent, is saved in the use of this article. For sale
cheap by W. F. GRAY,
jan22 '54 Conierof Broad and Market sts.
JUST received 250 gross No. 1 MATCHES in wood
boxes. jan22J W. F. GRAY, Broadway.
TU3T received 40,000 CIGARS, favorite brands, at a
tf small advance ou cost by n
jan 22 '54
PLAN'S GUM CHROME GREEN, in lots to suit pur
chasers by jan22 '54 W. F. GRAY, Broadway.
LAUD OIL ANO TURPENTINE. A fresh supply just
received by jan2'Jf4 W. F. GRAY, Broadway.
T RANDIES, WINES AND HOLLAND UU.-A large
I supplyjust received and lor sale by
"P L O U G JI S .-O N E
Peacock Plouglis, Nos. 1 and 2, for sale by
ian5 W. 11. UOKUO. & UU.
ON MONDAY, January 30tb, the undersigned will open
an English and Classical School on Vine street, in the
room lately occupied by Mr. Hume. French classes will
be taught by E. P. Zevallos.
This School -will be limited to thirty pupils. Terms f 25
per session of five months.
B. F. BENTLEY.
Referees Rev J Huntington, John A McEwen, W T
Berry & Co, Jobn Trimble, Allen A Hall, J B McFemn, J
B Lindsley, Robt L Caruihein, John T Edgar, and John S
Young. janl9 lm '54
VALUABLE LOT FOlTSALL
A SUITABLE LOT for the erection of three large store
houses, 40 feet from the corner of Broad and High
streets, fronting 75 feet on South Broad street, running
back 140 feet to a 20 foot alley. Make early application at
No. CS Cherrystreet, to R. W. BROWN.
janlT Real Estate Agent.
LOOK. Who would buy on credit when tney cu buy
so cheap for CASH. I am selling
i boxes Sardines al 40 cents:
Fresh Oyeters at 75 cents per can;
Salmons 80 " 2 pound cans;
" 45 " 1 ' "
Lobsters 75 " 2
Fresh Figgs and Macoaronis just reecivedby
janl8 '54 JOHN NIXON, jr.
LARUE AUCTION SALE
DRY GOODS, &0
On Tuesday nml Wednesday,
I witliout reserve to close out consignments,
VV ou TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, February 14lh
! ftnr! I Kill a Inrr nrrl rvall .-fa.l C ...I. C -
I F T G d S 9
Consisting of the greatest variety of Ladies Dresj Gtxjd, of
new styles, just received direct from ihe; Importer.-;
Woollens, Stuffs, Women and Gentlemen's Wear, superior
black and colored Twilled French Cloths, and Doe Skiu
Cassimeres, new style I ancy Cassimeres, Mottled Cassimers
black, blue, cadet and mixed Sattincts, Fancy Flaid do. of
entirely new patterns, Marino, Jeans, blackblue, gray and
gold-mixed do, bright colored Plaid Jeans, black aud lancy I
Silk and Satin estings. Cashmere and Valeiccnnes do.
French Vest Shanes, black Silk Velvet r.f mum. I
black and colored Tabby Velvets, high colored Casoimeres,'
Cashmere de Coss, Muslin deLaines, Scotch Plaids, Can-
ton Uloths, solid colored Aluslin de lune, all wool French
and English merinos, Silk warp Alpacca, rich lustre, Bn-
caoe Aipaccas, rancy coiorea Alpacca, sine ugureu lamia
Cloth, extra 6-4 Cashmeres, glossv, black lutring Silks
ting, Baratha do, Bounet Ribbons of great variety, new styles
and superior quality, black and colored Mantua Ribbons,
tap ana uiacK eivei ao. Drown, green and blue Berage, !
Silk Gloves of all qualities, Cloth Gloves fleeced lined,
Men's and Women's Cashmere Gloves, Twisted Silk Mitts, f
Lace Mitts, and Gloves of all the different mices aud oua!- i
lues. uiacK ana coiorea uasmmcre, Alpacca, Lawus, Wool
ker Rtl (hi.. Cnshmpra ria npr sfiln ITnnrKeli Art-
bleached Muslins and Drillings of all qualities and widths;
brown Muslins and Drillings of all widths; blue, drab,
red, green and marble Blankets; large stock of Bed Blan
kets, Crib Blankets, steamboat beith do, heavy grey,
brown and white Mackinaw Blankets, Uuihi do., Union
twilled do.. Plaid Alpacca (travelling) Blankets. Negro
Blankets, Plaid horse da, white, yellow, scarlet and green
Flannels. Bed Tickings. 8-t. 7-Sand 4-4 wide Fumitn
and Apron Checks. Hickorv Shirtines. Mariners .striix-s
aad counterpane Checks, Fancy Nett Caps, woollen Hoods,
woollen Comforts, and the greatest variety of Trimmings
and Lace work, white roods of all dualities. S
sook, Book aud Mull Muslins, jacoueit Cambric Cross,
barred Muslins, white and colored Cambrics, wvllcs
Pins, Silk. I anea and Cotton Threads. Buttons for Over
coats, dress coats, pints and vests, Braids, Tapes; Ac. Ac
r .aiso iou cases xeaver, aiiK, AioiesKin ana Angola liats,
Kossuth and Mexican soft Hats, blacfc. white and n!orpd-
black and colored wool Hats. Jarm; stock of Cans of rirrr
variety, Umbrellas, of all the dillercnt sises and qualities;
new tall style Silk Bonnets, trimmed ; Travelling Bags,
Carpet do- Satchels. Hardware. Cutlerr. Pair. Ac
The stock is the largest ever offered in this market, and n ill
be sold freely. Several large consignments which wo have
instructions to close. The latest stvlcs of French and other
continental Goods compose a large portion of this stock.
t3f With positive instructions to close out several con
signments, the sale will be made without reserve.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
Nashville, Jan. 18 '54
March 14th, 15th and 16th I May litb, 17th and 18 h
April lltli, l'Jttiana isttiJune Ilitli, lltn and 15th.
D..M. A CO.
LIST OF SALES FOR 1851,
OF J. F. DUNTON.
Feb. 1, 8 A 22; July 5, 19 A 23.
March 1, 7, 8. 9. 22. 23 A 29; August 2. 9 23 A SO:
April 5. 19 A 20: Sept. 5. B. 7. 20. 21 A 27:
May 3, 10, 24 A 31; Oct. 4, 11 A 25;
June 7, 21 A 28; Nov. 1, 8, 22 A 29;
Dec h, j & 27.
And Sales every Thursday Niirht tbroush the tear.
janlS, 1854 dAwlm JOS. F. DUN TON.
RICH AND ELEGANT FURS
AT FRANCISCO A WHITMAN'S. There are few ar
ticles in which the unpractised eve is more liable to be
deceived than in Furs.
There mav bea variation of several dollars in two Muffs.
or Victorines, and vet nine persons out of ten may be nua
ble to detectthe difference when they view theai apart from
each other, at Francisco & AYhitman's Hat Store, No 25 Pub
lic Square, the LadieV can rely upon getting a good article
that shall be in all respects what it is recommended to be
end t a roisonab'e price. Ourstock is very large and well
assorted, consisting of Hudson Bay Sable, Canada Sable,
Superior Sets of Stone Marten, Lynx Fitch Badgers, and all
the lower gradesof Furs, made up in the mast fashionable
OUR HOLIDAY STYLE.
ACCORDING to our regular custom, we introduco this
day our Holiday Hat. A new and original style, and
gotten up in the most elegant manner. We feel assured that
it is.but to be seen to be admired.
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
declO Fashionable Hatters. No. 23 Public Square.
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS Are invited to
call and examine iho beautiful assortment of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Caps of the latest and most
approved styles which are for sale at the splendid hat es
tablishment of FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
declO No. 23. Public Square.
riMIE -METROPOLITAN HAT. Those persons
I who wish a neat and comfortable business Hat, would
do well to call and examine those beautiful new styles that
we have just received. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
declO 23. Public Square.
WANTED. I WISH TO RENT FOR THE
Dextycar, a comfuitable family dwelling, wilh 7 or 8
rooms, convenient to the churches "and female academy.
Apply to 1L W. BROWN.
dec20 Real Etate Aeent.
OR RENT FOR THE NEXT YEAR.--the
Third Story, Rooms suited for offices or bed kp?
rooms on tho fecond floor, and shons and offices on iilHL
the ground floor of the Union Buildings on the cerner of
ueaaranniierrysireeoppnsi.e, io! .uuicr m .u
novl8-50-tr. isP. ALLtaO. o..,l Lberry st ,
BE WISEINTEHE! AND REFORE IT IS ;
too late get a bottle of Dr. C. Will'utnu' Pulmonic
lialtamof Udd CUerry and IIW XtpOa, and you will
speedily be reliered. For Pneumonia, Coughs, Colds. I
Sore Throats, Night Sweats, Pain in the Breast, Back and i
Sides, Spitting Blood, Asthmatic affections, it is admitted
to be the speediest and most vigorous and effective remedy i
exlantjand its effects in all Asthmatic complaints, are equal :
ly decisive and remarkable. Lassitude ef the mind, llab- ;
biness and wasting of the flesh, and all disposition to inac
tivity and melancholy forebodings are also corrected by
thisPuImonic Ilulsain ; which, in a wonderful man- 1
ner revives the spirits, hardens the flesh and muscles
b'racej the nerves, and increases the weight Thus, those
who use it according to the directions, rapidly improve m
L iAf,ltl. nnd murtiiVn
;e it for no other purpose than the dissi-
pation ormelanctiolr, or tne increase ci ooauy sirengm.
In fine, a single bottle of Dr. Wiluavs Pclmoxic BsLstH
or Wild Ch'sbuv and Wood Naitua, is all that is required
to secure the confidence of patients, and caue them to fore
go all reredies in its favor.
For fall descript ons of Its merits, virlaes, A-c, see Pamph
lctstobe had of the Agents.
For sale Wholesale aud Retail, and on Agency by J.M.
ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale Druzgttt, who is tho (Jennral
Agent for this popular and valuable preparation at the city
of Nashville ani surrounding country. It U al3 for tale bj
the following Druggists :
BERRY & 11KMOVILI.E.
JO. G. BROW.V.
J. II.CDKKEV, Nashvlllo.
E. C. CI.OUSTON, vt
F.S. WOLIIKIDGE, 1 ''l"nl
riAWKIXS i IO WLER, Columbia.
And byall Dru(5(tlt in everv town in the State of Tennes
see, and all the SonthemaiufWeitem Utatci.
tjanj lm d tw w
SELLING OFF WINTER CLOTHES
AT REDUCED Pit ICE SI!
AT A SAN'DHOUaE'S MANUFAC10P.Y,
42 Maeket Strket, Nasuville.
THOSE in wantof Men and Boys' Wear are invited to ex- j
amine the stock which is ke;t up by daily manufacture,
and convince themselves of the bargains to be had at the '
Clothes Manufactory. Recollect the No. 42 Market street, i
near Ihe Square. jan21 '54 lm.
OR RENT. Two BRICK WAREHOUSES on
Front street, a few steps above the bridre. One ot
them is well suited for a Flour Depot. Apply to.
i . u. Jiu.t.i.r.1.
UMA1SU JACKS AND JENNE'ITS.-THE
H snbsenbers offer for Me three'JACKS and five JEN
NET TS, lately imp. rted from Spain. Those desiring f uch
Stoik would do well to examine them as inducements can
be offered for cash or oa short time to punctual dealers.
iaa20 '54 tn wit n r. it. it Ai.a.
W. It EI.I.1STON.
STOLEN ONE HUNDRED DOLL.VRS REWARD.
Stolen from my Stable ou Union Street, on the nightof
the 16th instant, my pair of CARRIAGE HORSES. They
were closely matched, ofa bay color, aboat 15f bands
high bobtails, and stars in the forehead of each, wiihfome
little white on one or both of their hind legs. I will give
850 for the recovery of the horses, or any information so
that I can get them, or ?100 fur 'recovery of thethief and
horses. Address JOHNU, Vk ALh. ER,
janlS 1354 Or Capt Hanmer, Nashville Inn Stablej.
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.,
laius, lancy coiorea cutis, airess silts oi newstvle
it varietv, rich Paris GgM Blfc Silks, Plaid Silks, Wa
ap!ui3. Lyons blk Silk Velvet, fancv Paris Silk Ves-
Fall ami Winter
tT3CS OF DHY GOODS
A T N I ClIOL'S CORNER
Aa 13 Corner Sqmmund Marlet Strut. XathxWe.
HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH ASD
ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
lis takesple-osure ia inviting the attention of friends and
the public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar
gains as can be found in the city,
IN RICn FALL AND WI.STER SILKS.
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
eluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
PlaiJ, Brocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp,
and watered Silks, as hare been in this city.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL PARISIAN PLAIDS,
Of entire new designs, with the Iiandmest and
RICHEST COMBINATION OF COLORS,
Including the gay, grave, richand elegant.
NEW AND CHOICE FRENCH MEUIN03
The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most
fashtonible shades which the ladies will Erd beautiful.
ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASHMERES,
Of the choicest patterns and most beautiful colors lndin
a. .1 t ' c r- . i . it r
ctccy oiuer &ina oi urj uooas. suii&oie lor
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Crape and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in
cluding tho Rich Brochc, or Cashmere Shawles.
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KIND3,
Of Bomdazines, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Black de'Laines,
Berages, Grenadin, Mourning Sleeves, Collars, Chemizetts.
, '"" v..j cimj amiaoie lor a
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
lloniton. Valcncenne. and Needle-work fMlnrt. n;..i.
Cambric Chemizetts and SIeres; in setts; Jacunat and
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton and Merino Unde
Shirts and Drawers.
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS.
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Da-
uiaa&?, .lapkiua, auweiings, t,rasues ana a;iajrs.
Quilts, Flannels. Cantou Flannels. Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac, Ac:
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open in a few days a beantif.il assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS AND MAN
TILLAS, Made of the very best material, Ac , Ac
Call and examine this large and fine asforlmentcf goods,
suitable to the approaching season, and you wilt not be dis
appointed either in styles or prices.
sept27, 133 JAMES NICnOL.
1853. FALL IMPORTATIONS. 1853.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Ao. 57 College Street
JOHN K. HUME is now duly receiving from New York
and Philadelphia, bis fall aud winter supply of desira
ble goods, to wh.ch he most respectfully invites the atten
tion of all in want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
the seasou. JOHN K. HUME,
oct2 No. 57 College street.
French and English Prints;
Fine Blankets, Ac;
Table Cloths, Ac;
Welsh, Saxonv and Shaker
JOHN K. HUME.
Satin and Cloth Cloaks;
Ext la handsome.
CLOAICS Rich Velvet
White Emb'd 31amles;
" " Talmas;
JOHN K. HUME
A LSO RICH SILIC DRESS GOODS.
Xi. Iicent Plaid silfc;
Rob Roy Plaids;
Paris de Laines;
Beautiful Poult dSol:
Rich Changeable Silks;
" Black Broche;
" Italian Black Silks;
" Satin National;
" Rep Silks;
Black Armure Silks;
ALSO English and French Merinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new, richand really elegant goods, are all
respectfully invited to the exhib.tion of
JOHN K. HUME,
oct 2 No. 57 College st.
FALL AND WINTER
WA. A J. G. McCLELLAND have just received the
. largest and best selected stock ot Fall and Winter
Goods ever ottered in this market, which they offer to the
trade at lower prices than thev can be found in any other
house in the city. At No. 20 Public Square.
" RICH DRESS GOODS.
Broo.de Silks; Rich Printed de Laines;
Check do; Rich Plaid do;
Plain do; Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Super blk Ho; " Glasgow Plaids;
Plaid Poplins; Plain Mous. de Laines; "
Plain do; Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres;
Rob Roy Silks; English and Germau Merinos;
Neat da Lames,
With a variety cf low price de Laines, Ac
WHITE GOODS, LACES, ETC.
Cambrics, Jackonets,Swisses, Tarlatons;
Vat Laces, Edgings and Inserting;
Jackonet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncings;
Ijice and Muslin Collars and C'himizattcs;
Juconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen, Cambric and Lawn Hdkfs; in great variety;
Kid Gloves, Silk and Wool do;
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton do;
Black Lace, Veils, Riboons. Al.
In Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, wo hare the richest as
sortment ever offered in this market.in Velvet, Satin Cloth
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths, and Velvet for making them,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Sattinetts, Flannels, Tick
ings, Shirtings, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bed
Blankets, Super Coat Blankets. Shawls, Linseys. Prints,
Alpaceas. iV e feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to givo this stock a careful examiuatinn,
and in so doing save themselves some money.
jicuiJ.L.L.A.u a, .-vo, iruouc Square.
.VI, Fr.niin. Rnsll A Bnml K4 P. s.
haTojastrec(ived an excellent article of RYE FLOUR
bolted and unbolted-
B A t w
CLERK WANTED. A young man who writes a
good hand, and has a general knowledge of accounts,
con obtain a situation by making application, with refer
ecces, to M. box 39. Post Office.
Nashville, Nov. 11, 1S53.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. I would call
the attention of dealers to the heavy Stock of Wall
Papers, I am now receiving and prepared to offer on the
most favorable terms. sept!5 W. W. FINN.
THOSE FINE SNUFFS. Just received per .learn
er A. L. Davis, 850 pounds of SNUFF of superior dual
ities of the fine brands of Garrett's superior Scotch fanuff !
in bottles; Room's Macaboy in bottles and kegs. Also, u
suptjior quality of French Rappee in gallon jars, suitable to
travellers. Also, a large lot of tine cut Cavendish Chewing i
Tobacco, a new article, with an assortment of Chalk Pipes.
The above articles I am prepared to sell Wholeile or
Retail as cheap as any house in the West.
nov4 JAMES MOORE. )
Tobacconist, sign Utile Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar i
streets, Nashville, j
LEOXDER D. SrEVEXSON". BOMERT L. WD1TE. '
STEVENSON & WHITE.
No. S9 Cbe Street, ''
"TTAVE on hand a large and desirable stock of STAPLE
AND FANCY DKY GOODS, which they will fell '
very cheap for cash, in order to reduce their stock before f
they receive their Fall purchases. All of you who like good
II... ..Mir. th. pV,. A 1 1 ,.F .A. Ill 1 '
Dargains give uiria a can. Lau'-
VTE have on baud a large and beautiful stock of Ladies
V DRESS GOODS, such as plain, check and brocade
siiks; mix "opes, j.eragcs anu Let-ago l.oDes; and u large i
mi oi Dcaumui rreucu .uusiir.s, an i.i wmca win tiesom ,
extremely low for cash by
STEVENSON A WHITE.
I FRENCH NEEDLE WORK STEVENSON A
; WHITE have just received a very large slock of French
Needle Work, such as Collars, SIeees, Chemizetts; Hand
kerchiefs, Edgings, lnertings. Ribbons, Ac, which they
aie selling at very reduced prices for cah. aug4
HOUSE-FITRNISIIING GOODS .-We have just I
receii ed a large sloek of Damask, Unen Sheets and I
Linen Sheetings, Table Damxsks, and a large lot of Plain '
l.infn Nantinsand llair.ask Tnwrts rrlitfli wilt lu ,.nr
1 low for cash by aug4 STEVENSON A WHITE. "
aENTLEJIENS FURNISHING GOODS. i
All yon who wish to purchase Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vesting Linens, Patent Shirts, Linen and Drilling Draw- j
ers. Half Ilnso, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Cloves and i
' Cravats, call in at STEVENSON A WHITE'S, No. 69 Col- ,
: lege street, for they are selling off very fow for Cash, in or- j
der to make room for their Fall Stock. augt. '
a I EDIOINES, THAT HAVE REEN FULLY '
lyJL testeil.'during the past year, by many of the most re-
spcctable citizens of Nashville- Tbeadveniser is terouttcd I
to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins. whose servant was cured
of a most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J.
Collins of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer hare
been cured; twenty cases of Bone Felon. Mr R. H. Jones s
son was cured of Sore Eyes, afle- having been under the
, treatment of two of the most distinguished Physicians for
otrrht nmnthc ntmnflt tntnllr h!iml.
At least one hundred repectable persons in Nashville,
and its vicinity, can be seen who will vouch for the great
benefits of his course of treatment, without the use f the
knife or mercury. . , , . . .
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, ' 'Jf" ot"n,ttS.-?-"
eases. Ulcers, old Aronic ureases, or. x.j es. au u ..a- .
'rstant Practice, fineen in New Orleans.
I prior to comin . to Nastmiic. l nose interested, are res-
pectluliy luyiMJu wu, ......lis wuut,iicc in any j
ChOIuce No 47 Union st., near Cherry.
novlO ly. B EDWARD THOMAS.
iV ' 11,1
the Nashvillo Gas Licht Comranv has been nrnorpd to
COOPER'S BUILDING, comer of Unerrv and Deaderick
streets, 2d story overDiggon's Music Store.
jaul5 lw. JAS. II. KENDRICK, Sec'y.
"VTOTICE. The office of the United Firemen's Insurance
A Company bas been removed from No. 52 College St,
to No. 25 College street, directly opposite the "Sewanee
House," in the bouse formerly occupied by J. IL Currjy.
janM-lm " ' ' '
the NAsavflXE KANuTAcrnjirso coxpasv
"FIySfsI'raeDt " now provided wife Machinery aed
, -Tooli, complete, of the most roodsttf ccMtr action; alio
"' ' ' bt Mechanical skill that tfeeoeectrr ardi and
respectfolly solid t orders. They are weBared to exs(a u
iunuws; - -
r .'r" "r re;rcr aad Freight Traian.
I ,Fr' ?'Shn "d. Repair CaVs completed, and akasrt
". vnPura oi wore anpertaiDiaeto Kail Bead,
f o . , . STEASl ENGINE".
o,f1&Xto 0 power-wit.
cemplete, with Ihe newest and most approved modes.
. GRIST MILLS.
Wi 'and Machinery made for all size. eoBplete: to
gether with Machinery for Sugar Mills aad Cotton bins! al-
ilor ItLC AtF0roaCe3 KnbradBg Y
tngines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all macWnarr for Boll.
Ing Mills complete made at shortest notice.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of any description, with shafting, mlH gearing, water
wheels, cast iron Bank vaults, Ac, Ac, made to order.
Address Jomr Tnoicesox. Agent, (who iaa'oractieaJ raa
chenist) or the undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON
jun21 ly n. President.
Cases Boots, Shoes,
R. S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 36, Corner of College and TJaiea rtreeta,
HAVE receive.! for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
CASUS JiOOT. SHOES, JUTS, CAPS,
JFK 03 AS, dV. Being the LARGEST STOCK ofQoeJj
they have ever ofiVrat in this market, and which toTautlity,
price and tarutg will equal any Stoofc in the City.
Jl erchant H atd all others making their purchases in
Nashville, will find it to ihetr INTEREST to riva car Slock
an examination before buying.
v u . R. S. HOLLLNS A CO.
3?" Feathers. Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool received ia
exchanje for Goods at the highest market price.
VALUABLE RELAX ESTATE FOR SALE.
FIVE LOTS on Broad street, corner of Spruce aad
Broad streets, and adjoining the residence of Colonel
Player, each lot fronting S3 feet oa Broad strvet, ruaninr
back ISo leet to a 15 foot alley.
ALSO. Four LOTS on pruce street irrtha Franklin
Turnpike between Broad and McGavock street, fronting each
83 feet, and running back ISO feet to a 15 foot alley.
ALSO. Five LOTS, fronting on High afreet, South of
Franklin street, each 40 feet front, rnannirg back 182 fet
to a 20 foot alley.
The above property is free from taxes, is elieibly situated
and affords the best opportunity for private residences do w
effering in Nashville or it3 vicinity.
i win lace pleasure in snowing tne Lta to tnose wuotng
to purchase, and will dispose of the property on s credit of
6 or 12 months for notes parable in Bank ana well endorsed.
RANDALL V. McGAVOCK,
janl9 '54 2w. Cooper's Block, Cherry at.
JUST received a splendid assortment of Gold Paper
Gold and Velvet Borders, and Plain Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Ac., together with & large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, new patterns, -widi Green Tchters, Ac
On hand, a large assortment of nngSazed papers,
from 10 to 2ic per bolt.
KLAGE3 A CORBET
No. 20 College st, next door to the Sewanee House.
N. B. Paper-hanging done in the best maascr
"VTNGUOES FOR s-VLE. WJ2 HAVE A
1 number of NEGROES for sale. Amongst them a first
rate Carpenter, AI.-o, an extra Seamstress and Genen.1
House Servant. Qualifications and dispositions both
guaranteed or no sale.
We wish to buy tea or twenty likely Young Negroes,
jau20 t DABBS A PORTER.
TO GARDENERS. GERMANS.
A MARRIED or single man, with or without cipita',
capable of managing a MARKET GARDEN, who
would like to set his labor against a good houso and In en
ty acres of first rate ground, near halt the expenses of cul
tivation, and divide the profits, can hear of a place by ap
phingat this cflice.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
AN ELECTION' will be held at the ouice of the Naali
ville Insurance and Trust Company, on THURSDAY
the 2d day of February next, for the purpose of electir jf
Seven Directors to manage the affairs of the Naahiu
Manufacturing Company for the ensuing year. Polls to 1 8
opened at 10 o'clock and closed at 4 P. M.
jan2'54 a JNO. B. JOHNSON, President
'OR SALE A neat BRICK HOUSE with three
rooms and basment m Kdcf field, located in a teauti-
lui lot irontmg l. leet on itorm side ot irallaun I lie. Tan
nine baek about 295 feet to a stieet. Applr to
R. W. BROWN.
jan!4 Real Eslate Agent
"VTOTICE. The Auction Salts of Real Etaio adver
Xl tisedby R. A. Ballowe to take place on the Slat inst,
was postponed until Saturday, tbe2Sth January inst
jan22 4 R A. BALLOWE, Ceneral Agent
CETJTt'Hl'iELD HOUSE, FORMERLY ORtEFTN H0TJ32
IHIS well known Hotel situated within a few fSfi
e ps of the passenger car landing of the West- ft :i ty)
. Atlantic railroad, is now open under the o -i5
supervisbn of Thomas Crutchfield. assisted by Mr. J. W F
Bryson and Lady. This House while under the onntrol oi
CoL J. J, Griffin acquired a very high reputation as a first
classIoteL The present proprietor oaring secured the tor
rices of Col. Griffin's barkeeper, eoid having purchased his
roost excellent cook and hou.-e boy, and having furnishe.1
the house entirely anew, hopes to retain its high reputation
and merit public patronage. Passenjr ers can be aecommo.
dated with an Omnibus to and from the boats.
febil ly Proprietor
TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH.
United States Mail lane
Through in 48 to 50 Hours.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESF ON SEMI
WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE
-SCf- LEAVES Adger's Wharves, every Saturday
gijfijffe?and Wednesday, altar the arrival of theou
nrPffjrS;frpin the South and West
On Saturday, the new and splendid steamer Ja. Alt
per, 1,5'JO tons, J. Dickinson, Commander JInriou, I,
200 tons, W. Foster, Omniarder.
On Wednesday the Union, 1,500 tons, Richard Adams,
Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, 'flics. Ewan, Com
mander. These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safely,
speed and comfort Experienced and courteous Comman
ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will iiMtn
Travellers by this line every possible comfort and occcm
modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Ac
commodations, apply at the office of the Agent,
scptl5-ly HENRY MI33ROOM,
Corner East Bay and Adger" Son. Wharves.
Cabin passage $25. Steerage t.
irlanaiey's Reaper and
I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made It
Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. I have seen it ia
operation several times, I am satisfied of its great utility A
he season is advancing, 1 now offer those I have on hand fur
J200. L. V. CnEATHAM.
jnne25, 1853. Nashville, Teno
Nashville. June 23. 1353.
Col. L. r. Chxatiiax:
-Dir Sir: I have been using
he "Reaping andMowingMachine"patenientedbyMsnnfy
ol Illinois, waicnyouarenon
now offering: to the citizens cf Ten
ltis a nR3T bats labor saving Macircnc Itwoikg
kxatlt and kapidlt. The amonnt rat per dav will depend
- - ,, .t 1 ir ! .
principally upon me spevu oi iiw eaui. &t uie w
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap orMow, fifteen acres
n ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the rubl.-c
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing tho form of Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement : We have had for more than
one week, oue of CoL Cheatham's roowingand reapio
machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and I now state that itmotvs and cuts cleaner than lh
sythe blade, and that it will mow per dayas much as 1
hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day.
inneWtAw. L. F. BRADLEY.
' -ir-T-AV.llATlTR VMinPETtTV FOR HALE
I V LANDS, NEGROES AND STOCK; in lets ;
W 1 ' 4,.-.- -
purchasers. On WEDNESDAY,
1854, and days following, at P
Conperrille, near Cherokee Ford, I
CBLIC AUCTION, at
CooDerrille. near Cherokee I-ord, Broad Hirer, i uion m-
trict, SouthCaroiina, will positively be sold to the higbei
bidder, thelollowingaescnoeu uu.ct.p.y, ....
lt. IRON WORKS, at Cherokee rord. Broad nver.
with all the Mills. Furnaces, Shops. Hotel, Store; and other
buildings; also the Dam across Broad river, and the privi
leges of the chrter, together with a tract of Land, of front
2 500 to 3,000 acres, immediately around the Work, aud un
both sides of the river.
2d. Eight thousand acres of LAND, in SpnrlaDburg, Un
ion and York Districts, in lots of from 150 to 500 acres.
U. Plats will be furnished at the time of sale.
Sd. Kny-seven NEGROES, consisting ot 40 prime, abU
bodid Men, many of them mechanics and exptt workers
in iron, and 2f W omen and Children.
4th. All the STOCK at the Works, eoeIsllngaf Catil,
Mules, Wogons and Patterns;
Bar Iron, Nails and Castings,
Oats, Corn, Hay and Fodder;
Merchandise, such as is usually kept in a country stora;
Hotel and House Furniture.
Traits. For the Iron Works and th Lands, oce-fourt
cash, balance by bonds payable in one, two and three year
with interest from day cf sale, and secured by a mcrtgag
nf Ihp nrrmrtv-
For the Xmwi ona fourth cash, and the bail" by
bonds oavablS in twelve months, with interest from day tf
aSd' roTed scanty.
. L "J" -S,
with interesr from day of sale, and made payabU at tta
Bank of Chester, at Chesterville, S. C.
Purchasers to pay for titles, Ac
Thesalewill commence at Ccpirvine,atlIoc!oclc; a. m.
on Wednesday, the 16th January. 1354, and mil be eooUa
ned from day to day until the whole ,prIf b f . . .
Persons wtshing to attend the sale, can .rJ
with good board at limestone Springs, at' c"
Cooperville. where the sale will take place. Coopertillehe
between Ycrkville and Spartanburg Court House.
For further pticulars
or to A. JL LATHAM, CooperriUe, 3. C
TPAIR LIVINGSTON'S DORMANT PLAT
Iform Scale- 1 pair Platform Scales,
sale at cost and carnage.
Jlt. EW1N BS0THER3, Nashville.
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