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to -s.' . . t H s- - a: fc. t !.! yitn v - I - -. -if li' ... 4 MISCELLANEOUS. D" ISSO J.UTION .-TIIK CO.. u A'jJiteHlP heretotore existing nuuer tlic name and style of LaNDE, ELSBACH A CO., w?is tills day dissolved by mu tual consent, by the withdrawn! ofil. Llsbiii. The, busi . ness will t)3 continued ia future by tbe :emaining panieis, sunder thestjle ot LANDfc, A El.aCH,who wi.i liquidate all liabilities cUbc old firm. A. . AN OK, II. LSBACII, Nashville. Jan. i, 185L D LSUAC1L P. 6. All perauns. indebted lo tbe lale fir ji are i equest- ec to call and nuke immediat f pat uient to -. - ,b AM)K it F.LSB Vtll, Xos. 48 an. I .0 Market bL .ARD.-THANKFIJI. TO SL FRIENDS ' ,? and lie public tor the liberal patronage heretofore be- Stowed iScTthe late firm, Irespectlully solicit the same for "tuV'successors in business. jant II. ELSBACH. :" YSTTi RFSPECTFUI.LYirilonnouTlnendsandlhe V - liublic that wo have now on hand a large andell wurted stock of Fur, Silk and Soft Hats; Men ti and Hoys' (JaasimereilaU; Chtldiens' Fancy Hats aad Caps; -Men's ..t.--nnd Boys' Clotb, Flush and Fur Caps of every description, - .'unsarpa-ed in good quality, style and lowness of price, 'which thcr offer at wholesale and retail. 'janl LAXDK 4 ELSBACiL t list and Cap Manufactory. o. 8. ilartctat. F 'A T.I. AND W'IMElt GOODS.-LAXDE A KLSRAL'II. No fill Market street, have received .within the last week a Iiutb and well assorted stock of elo- -gani Koaay-jiaaeLiotningoi tne ocsrinaicnai, su iu'r' sons ttno uie.ilcsuuusot procuring tasnionaoie gariiieuui , can be suited. Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectful . Iv invited.to call. and examine their stock before they buy , -la j.on . src convinced that -we cin sell lower than any other hniue in the city, either wholesale or retail. -JSnf ' ; AES0. Received this week a .large lot of Trunks, Shirts, Stocks, etc., for sale low at .' jan4 LAN DE A ELSBACII'S. FOB LI C LECTURES. npflE undersigned would aiinoui.ee lo the citi7ens of . isassmne, iiiat mey nave euecte.1 an trrangemcnt with the Rev. Orvulk Dbwkt, for ihe delivery of his famous towcii uec'ures upoume "1'iioblkm of litniAX dksiixy. ' These Lecture, twelve in number, were oriiriuallr deliver ed before lis Lowell InstituTe, and Were presented to that Institutioa 1y their learned and eminent author. Thev have excited the Inchest admiration for their eloquence and "nrigicality m every city of the Union in which they have t been delivered- : Im aiforJing An opportunity to hear this series of lectures, by onesa jjrdoundly aequain-.ed with Kauire,so familiar with Sijeiice ui its most cuniprehenfire tne,so original in thought, so warm and benevolent in all Jils sympathies, and so poHCr.ul in his oratory, the undcrsicned feel jut reason .to oonrruilte the public and themselves. To correct any laisappiehcnsion in ilio outset, we would state, that tlie "Ixiwell -LocluuV ore only so far religious as relipion is in ksparable tmm the subject of "Human Destiny ," and are not intended to propapiie any peculiar system of faith. The ddiverr heie nan been solicited, and engaged at the pecuniary rink of the undersigned, and tickets o! admission will be fued at such rates as will place attendance within ff the power cf tbe humblest, or which tbe public will be fur ther advised in due tune. The course will commence in the inonth of Febraary, as Dr. Dewey's present engagements wui rcn Buma oi ma prc&unie ai an usruer uay. R J MKIGA NEIL S BUOWX. Er II EWIXO, JOHN-A JIcEtVEX. HUGH IlOUGLAS, y-iTBESRy, AND J DUNCAN', J011X TUIJ1BLU, IlU&tEL I10USTOX, IIEXKY BLOOD, J011X M LEA, JOHN U EAKI.V, W II HOAIPllREVa ..1 ES WILLIAMS: UVRD DOUOLAS decIS Sm. H. COJHiEV, CAHIA'KT MA- .. KElt AND KUXERiL lI.VDEuTAKfc.it, 6SS3 bg lnve to inform his triends and the public generally , that he .as taken one if t hose large and commodious .Slot e Tt6oras In Cooper' new buildings, on the corner of Cherry and Deiderick sirecls, where he will keep -distantly on hand a full a'j-tmeut ot Furniture of all kinds. Furniture t f every description made to order of the best materia', and warranted to t tan J. Repairing done with dispatch and in the best style. JlMirasvw ol all kinds maio lo order' S!" CoClns of every description, both of wood and tnetalic, and everything necestaiy for funerals furnished at - the shortest notice All ordtfi-s lefi at this store will be promptly at tended to, hoihuar and night. Order by Telegraph, Steamboats, Railroads, or from the sunii'inding country will receive strict attention. janS AS CUE VP AN THE CnHAl'EST.-H'E have recused the prices ot Candy as follows : tick Candy 11 cents r lb by the box. Finn CanjV 15 do do do; Fup'ior C.M..m.n Kiss.. 13 do do do; Bajriu K'.ts...20 do do do; Igfii B.taj . Jiiaveo for one collar. And noold r-j-- rtfully iiifor.n city and country merchants who make theo ,.rcharcsin this maiketof Confectionaries and Fancy articles wuuld do uclltncall and examine before porcfcajiiigesowlwre. COilPTON A HOPPER jn, diw tf. No. 84, 15ro.idway. 7CMARTNEUSIIIP NOTICE. THE IJ.V- kj DKIt.-Iii.Vi-.l) liaving assiciatd withbim -Mr. U. T. KIRKPATIJICK. in the rancy Keuil Dry Ooods Business, will continue the business at the old stand, No V Col lege stievt, under the style and firm of RCMcN AlltV . A Co. jinl It C McXAIRY. ryjin r.MEKSH;NEl) INTEND TO KEEP JL a largor and uh.ro vane I stock: or goods tlian e er be fore, and coutldontl loukto their former friends for sup port ia their new enterpn-o. The public are notilied that great bargains can be had in tlio olJ slock as weare deter mined to iloso ou as much of it as possible before the re ceipt of new Umnli. janl it O -McNAlIiY & CO. 1AY nOfitfcl. THE UNDEUS1CNEDKAU . NK-jT V solicits all ol his friends to make prompt set tlemncts for all ol.l balances. janl RCMcXAlKV. lO-PAJtli-.- liltMHP flOTIClC-llA V 1 N G J thisuny associated k ith me in iho Dry Goods Busi nts Mr J.VJ1ES WHEI.EdS, the business will hereafter be conducted under the ttj le and linn of BOLLIXG A AVUELUaS. Jau-j R P. B0LL1.NG TltOMWOS A- CO FltAKK II. JOUSdOK. N EAV ARRAXCE-IIENT. WEhave U5iftteu wuli us in businera Mr FRAXK . M. JOUX.-OS. The stylo or.the firm will be the same as herttoioro. .HIUMl'OX & I'O. jLN ED a luiot n?w plain, plaid and brocaJe tiilks, which with our turner sio-k make a complete selection of goods forthisteason ot iho ear. Thankful for pist favors, the new firm hopes for a contin uance ofihe condjeuceof tbeir customers jani THOMreON & CO. F on hex r. -a co.i'oKTAi:t-E i ell- 1XG ho.ie with smneetcht or ten moui", and a cai- den of six acre", with Siiiu line fruit trees, a pooj stable and carnago houss, a.i.1 witlun leu minuics walk of the Square, known us the Kizer pi opoi ty. Applyio .S. P. ALLISON, jant No. 61 Cherrv street VALUAHIiE NiiUKOES I'Olt .SALE. BY VIltTDE 3( adecieeof the County Court. of David son county, leiukred at the J.muaiy' Tcnn, 1854, of said Court, in the case of Jamas M. Dulu, Adnr, Ac , va. Eebara'.i Dunn and i.tuers, 1 will oiler for sale on Thurs day, the 5d day i.f Ftrbiuary next, to the highest bidder, at the late redeuce of V m. A. Dunn, deceased, on the Chat lotte Tiinijakp, a':ut 20 miles iroin Nashville, the following KEUROtn, bol-ingiiig to tlio csUlcof the (aid Win. A. Duun, dccotud, t wit : laiiau r.beot G jetirs old; Eli, )nicnii, Betty, ilary, Aniatida, Jo'uist, Emily, Eliubeth, Elbert, Georg. 2 10 J 3 " Vrnonlhs " C years ' 5 " ' 2imtn!h3 " lshain. Teims of nde will be uiunn credit of 12rnonlln. exceut the sum of $VO, whic5! will be required in Cah. Notes with two gooJsrnnties will bo required for Ihelalancc of the pnreliase money. K. II. CHE-VTH.VII, janT 'fit dit id Clerk. STATETE NN ESSE E DAVIDSON COUNTY. Skelton DeniuSi?. adui'r, Ac, "j James RuHand other, heirs mr Rules, 1853. of Ihmnali Ru.sc;i, dee'd. J BEFORE the Chi k and Master of the County Court of Davidson County. On motion, and it appearing lo the satisfaction ol the Clerk that the following dclendaiits inUieabore cause, to wit Helen Dawson, nho lesides in the.-titcof Missouri, and Andrew Russo'l, JacSin liiissell, and Wesley Russell, the tluce last being children of Miles Russeli, dee'd, and resideuts of the Mate ol Kentuekv, are non residents ol this Stale, aLd Ih it the usual process of the Court can not b nerved upon tlietn, it is, therefore, order ed tliat publication be made in some paper for thirty days, requiring said defe dants to appear at Hie February term of said Court, to be held at the Court House in the town of Nashville, on the IiistMondayinFbruary, l&ol.aud plead answer or demur to the leiitton, otherwise the same will be taken for confessed and set forbearing tx parte as to them. F. It. CHEATHAM, dec23 -tri w until 1st Feb. Clerk. STATE OF TENNESSEE, Davidson County Court, January Tcnn, ISM. Hannah A J, ne-, AdtnYs, Ac, 1 ,,..,. vs; Order of Publication. Jones A llau.Ui aoa others, j I ,ifJ'??n"tE,",,,e J'sfaction of Ihe Court lhat two of ad U ?ns!""':"" .,h,tb TB case, to wit: J. M. Carter IZ theS i :ZV" ,l" (:"u" cannot be served f Z?"?: ' ,lu' l-Wiiim bemade for SO dai's. for said deiindauis to wine t.irwjrdat the next term oi inis umn, io Lcncuiat tliel'oi.r 1 1. 'lis ih the tnivn ot jsasnvuie, on ine n ihj fli.i !. i iHineiown oi 11 Ihe Hist Monday in Febiuarv lb.Vl and r or demur to ihe trillion , ,i V ' resjedas to i.l b plead, answer taken for con jan7 1 m F U. t'llEATlI IM i Ac. STATE OF TENNE'NEE, Davidson Comity Court, January Term, 1831. James Wright and other?, 1 Order of Publication. Ag cs Staikie and others. J IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the fillon uig delendants in the above cafe, ti wit : Elizabeth Hurt, Henrv Hurt, Eliziheth Wright, William O'Brient, Nancv McOhee, H. M. McGhcc George O'llnent, Agnes Peck, JoLu Peck, lHizaboth Mliott, Andrew Elliott and Lucy O'Brient, are noti rosidents of tbe J'tate ol Ten nesec, and that the usual process of the law cannot be served njton them, it is therefore ordered that p .blicatiou be made in some newspaper lor thirty days, requiring said defendants to appear nt the Fcbroary term, 1854. of this Conn, to bo held at the Court House in the city of S'ashville on the Iirst Monday in said month, and plead, ansa er or de mur to the pctiiioo, ctlinvKi' the ksuio will bu taken lor contested as to them and etfer hearing. jan7- till fclh leb F. i;. CHEATHAM, Clerk, Ac JUST KKCEIVEi)20BIlLs. SUPEIUTNE i-XOCR. (decSJ) STEVENS li UIUSOX. STEAMBOATS. NASHVILIiE, COClSVllTiC AND CINCIN NATI PACKET i:-BEDFORD, "J. N. Cop-CEt Master, y THIS new andswift lislit draught steam- ."?-!f?K ervill.nm icgulatly between the above y5V5rSQ' cities, leavinz Nashville each alternate fat- ggsgiziiiZS urday at -t P. II., and- Cu.cinuati each alternate bunoay ut 10 o'clock A.3I. , , .. ' Captain Connerr will giro prompt and careful attention to any-and all busine s entrusted 'o his care. I tupectful!v Kolicitrrom a liberal public a oaa ropor tiou of the business between the cities, and P"'"'' taey shall not be disappointed. A. L-N'k Agent, IT. S. Mail Packet Ollicc. ltp-rnlnr Cincinnati and Nushvillo I'acKei. TDK splendid passenger steamer 'EX-tt P.tEaV Capt. B. S. Sccdoeb. will. El co i'nw tunning in the above n&aeauu make regular trips there during lha kcAso". . For freiRhtur passage, apply to -A, HAlllLUI.N jant. T-cgulnrBurksvincaiidWaitsbor) p. a- -jy i, PACKET. 1 he steamer RF.P0BL.C, Capt Akmstbomi, will commence ruijningjjssg in ihe above trade, as soon as water will permit, anu" cuu tinnein tho upper tiade during" the season. Vttr fieilitor passjge apply to A- HAMILTON, deciU Agent: O TEIWON, Master. Thissplendidste.im- J, er, having been thoroughly repaired, ill run Nea regular racket between tnts t'ort anu Frw Orleans, and will leave the first rise of water For eight or Passage apply to J. & R. Y BATMAN, oct2S. Agents. Nashville, louisrillo nud Cincinnati Kcgular Weekly Packets. THE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, P&Xhi STATESMAN, J. .iddei. Master, ftniV'SeSJ' CUMBERLAND VALLEi ilL U. ilCUOMAS.ESSISSSl (LAND VALLblilLU.ilCOMAS,ESSSIS5B3 ! regular trips m the above trado, leaviug -usli y Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Returning, will cinnaV every Wednesday, at 4 o'chk, P. M. will uiak ville every tijirn I .incinnat' everv The above boats are A o. 1, and are omcerea uy expe rienced business men, who will be thankful forordcislor merchandise, and promise to give satisfaction to all who may entrust business to their care. dec7 tf. JOHXSOX. HORNE A C0- CINCINNATI AN i) N-VSII VI LL E fl- PACKET. The splendid newpasseu- yf' ger steamer RESCUE, Capt R L DisUCKs,aSseiL la having been purchased Tor the above trade, will uiiue reg ular trips there during this season. The "Rescue" is an entirely new beat, her accommoda tions lor passengers are not excelled by any boat in thctrade and her fight draught, (only Iff inches) will enable her to bringfreigbt to Nashville when all other Cincinnati boats will be compelled to store or re-ship. Capt DisinnV.B vi five his best attentions to all biuitiess entrps'e J to his care, respectfully solicit for the "Rescue" a liberal share of pat- respectfully ronage. dec'Jft A HAMILTON. O TEAMEll N A S II V 1 J. I, E. i! THOS. BLLLSXYDER. Master. This llbgMrfrS superior Steamer having been thoroughly sjvsSfce overhauled, during the past summer, is now in complete or der, and williesumo her regular trips in the New Orleans andNashville trade, on the first rise of water. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply to J.A. MCALLISTER A CO., nov22 Cm Agents. NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES HAIL PACKET LINE I.uitiir.iiriiia, r,v ui(i.t,A.?,ni- , , if -LOUIS AND LOU ISV1 LLE TRY-ff?feg5l.' j WEEKLY. The Splendid Xew PasscneriVV r-jf Steamers City op 11 c.v-Ts vi i.LE, John Sim I'sox, an'o r.imvs sr, will leave Nashville every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, at 6 o'clock P. M.,' connecting at Padncah with the dai y lamisville and St. Louis U.S. Mail Boats, and at Mem phis with the splendid NewOrleans steamers Bulletin, H. R. W.Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving through tickets from Nashville to either of the points above named. The accommodations of tli.s line cannot be surpassed, and passengers will liud it by far the speediest means of travel either North or South. For freight or passage apply to A. L. DAVIS, A. HAMILTON, Agents at Nasl'rille. oct5 Nashville and I,ouiville Weekly Packet, MX iAJlVlN, C. T. REEDER. Master. TULS splendid Steamer is nearlv com- ,r (v pleted. and will be at Nashville ihe first yj-ssirf rise of the river. She will carry 400 tons irr.5s7Iz. and her accommodations for passengers are unequaled by any boat of h.-r dimensions, bhe Kill be commanded b Capt. C T. REEDhR, long and favorably known loom community, and the Cumberland liver trade, generally ahe will make regular neckly trips, leaving Louisville on TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FitlUAY'S, at 4 o'clock, P M. At the former pl.ice passengers will find various Kailroad and Steamboat lines to convey thani to any point of destination they may desire, viz: The old established line to Cincinnati; Union line to Wheeling. Pittsburg and Lou isville line; Jefferson Railroad, Ac, kc All alibi ding the amplest accommodations, combined with expedition. ZJfi All orders will be tilled as low as at Cincinnati. For Freight or Passage, apply to sep40-tf " UEXrlYT. VEATMAN, Agent. O TEAMEn E. 1 1 OW A UD . K. Y. 1) N'OUTUEKX. iilasier. This 8p!endiJ $j&;,Hk-; Una nrilrrnnl will rim nusiy.r steamer is now in fine order and will run as a regular packet during the season between this port aud New Orleans. She will leava on the first risecf water. For Ireight or passage applv to novi J. A R. YEATMAX. Agents. Saint Louis and Nasliiiilc Sesai-Wcekly Stenin l'uckets. ALEOXIA..... Capt. James Milled. SALLIE WEST Capt. J. V. Tuuoop. rjMlE above splendid steamers will com- f?"'"'ta JL raence their regular tnpj on the Cist fejailiffit rise in Cumberland Kiver, and continue in gS5aZu5 the trade duringtho season, leaving Nashville and St. ljuns every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 P. M. For freight or pas sage, having unsurpassed accommodations, apply to uovfi B A. 1IAM1LTO V, Agent Tvc UIEKICA.-TIIIS FA- it " K -orite Passenccr and Fl ight steamer, l.-.'iy-fFVZ' now atSmithland, has been 1 1 iiwglily re- "-SzfSTSJ paired the past summer, ai d vf .1 resume her regular trips under the command of Capi kese Joii.vso.v, between this port and Xew Orleans, on tlie first r.e of water, and con tinue until the season is closed. Forfre-ght or passage ap ply In JOHNSON A WEaVEI;, novl2 Agents new Orleans AiiD Memphis u. s. hail packet. rill! C u.slnnrll rifltr tiavnmr Omiiilp JL H. R. W. IIILlsTuos. Newel,' Masi ?v K.5h A-Ar ter, will run in the above trade this sea- JfSCJig. son, lcavirg J'emphis on her first trijHin m&"CJZ& Saturday, the 2id of October. The HILL connects at Memphis with the Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack ets, and will give through tickets lio.n X'ew Oileanstn Xashville. The splendid passenger steamer JOIIX SIMPSON, will leave Nashville everr Wednesday, at 6 P M, with freight and passengers for the Hill. A. HAMILTON, .TON. ) . . octS A I. DAVIS, f I'HINTEUS, MERCHANTS, AND PEDLAKS I HAVE increased and am still increasing my p iper ma chinery, and am now manufacturing fto'jtj'1 'o. " reams of printing paper daily, and can fill an ordeflri two or ihree hundred reuins in a weeks notice .f anv of the ize- named below, and at ihe price attached. The q.iaiity ol the pjper will be the same as that used by all the Nashville political jiapers. The terms hereafter " ill be cash before the paper leaves the store, unless it is for sums over i2i o,on which ninety days to four montli3 will be given by the purcliase-s etab l.shing to my satisfaction both theirsolvency and prompt ness, and giving a nolo payable iu Bank with a good en. dorser. Tbe following are Ihe 'izesand prices' viz : 23 by 42 at SI 25 per ream; I 2t by 37 at S3 :!5 per ream; 27 bv 41 at 400 " " 24by3-Jet 3 25;" ' 20b-3Sat 350 ' " 2Sby Slat 312Ji" " 25 by 83 at 3 37" " 23hv33at 300 " " 24 by 3S at 3 25 " 21 bv 32 at 2 75 " Sizes vary iug in proportion, but no variation in the prices above for 1 ream or 1,000 ream Printers in St. Lrniis and Memphis are referred to my firiccs, Ac. Freight from Nashville to e ther point ranges rom 0 to 40c per 103 during the boating season. jannary3 W.S. WHITEMAN. MERCHANTS AND JEDIjAJt-S-WANTED. -KACS I AM paying three cents per lb, ca?h, for all the cotton and linen RAGS 1 can get, delivered at my paper and lag warehouse on the tquaie. Xo merchant or pedlar neei have any fears of selling me all the rags ihey bring at ihe highest price. It is tt.e interest and duty ot the merchant to buy ragi, for it creates and draws a cus om he otherwise would not pet, and he puts to use that w Inch would otherwise go t.. waste. Somesillr persons consider it a disgrace to save rags. They are ignorant of tlio fict that the product horn ras has d.'nc more to advance the happiness of mankind than any other one thing knonn to the atts ol mm), and there aie thousands ofintelligent men who ate not aware of the in calculable advantages they would bestow upon a gioni'ig up family by saving theirings, and with them orthjir pro ceeds pay for agooj nncpaptr, thit their children would learn to read with avidity. undgithr from it a host cf in formation in which ourcll lieing is associated. jan3 W. S. WHITEMAN. NASHVILLE STEAM STONE Vr'OKKS, SAMUEL HAS LAM, PROPRIETOR, WaLMrrGnovE, J effebsox St., Nashville, Tcxx. THE subscriber takes this method of returning his moEt sincsre thanks to his friends, and the public gencrallt fur the patronage ho has already received, and would say to them that lie isnowablo to furnish all kinds of cut stone, fencing, capping, sills, steps, Ac, Ac. Flagging. Sawed, bush hammered and se'f faced. Paicts-Sawed, threeinclies thick Si rer square jard. Bush hammer flic " ' 2 " " !' Slff.icrd.two " 1 " " ' Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. ,'decS ly "VrAI.UAUM: PitOPEItTY FOR N.VI, i. V I will g.ie a gtat batgain in the tract of LAND known as the "Paper Mill Viact,"o'n (ho Cumb rlantl river, 3 miles tmm oiiaiin. The tract contains about IH2 acres entirely abovo ovcrllow. The buiidingj cons'sttf a Stone Mill House 5u uy 3 feet, a well finished dwelling House with good out buildu gs a store liou-eand sundry other buildings, sheds, cribs, Ac. The buildings and situation is well adapted for manurunuring purposes, andean be con verted into an extensive Merchant Mill without an outlar beyond the cost of Micbinerv. nn5-lm ' R M ROVERS. Uii on and American copy in In-wecklv and weekly cne month and charge this office. UulUitm Jnth VTEW GOODS.-50 PACKAGES OF N E1V stales, staple and faucy Div Goods, direct Inim'the Eas'ctn cities, comprising Stuff Goods New snl.- dress goods and trimmings ieeeived per stein.crQi.wii cir DU.VCAX, MORGAN A CO. jan7 No.73 and 74 Public Simare. iMEDICIiAL AVIIOLE SAXiE.' L) E U G. iJornerof JJark'ct mid Utoftil sts., Nasfivillc. , 1. S! SUCCE.SSOII TO CAJITYVHIGIJT AND ARM.STKOXG, iWboIeeUe Dcaicr in Lrugs, .Mod- lone." 1 amis. Dies, oiasswnrc, i.nu arietv unous, Corner of Broad and Market street, Nashville Ten-, lics-ee-.- .Would tespcetfn'.ly infoim the public that he has 1 , purchased tl.c stock of Curtwrighl & Annstrot , Druggists, cot Oil and all other articles tisur.llv rent in Drew Store toirelher I with a stock of varieties suitable for the Counlrr Tiade. Drugoists. Merchants. Phisicians. Manufacturers, and ! Planters, aiti invited to caltand examme lire M(ck before, r purciiasing eisewhete, as he is delertniped to sell at snea ' j.iices as will give satislacl-.on to all; tlic quality cf the goods are ivarniiited to be as represented. A 5arge"steck having -been purcliascdin the East since pnrchasicglhe stoclf, will ermhle him to compete nith aav house in theJioulh ucart He offers for sale low for cash, or on time to punctual men' : .00 gallonsTanuer's Oil; 10 bbls Linseed do; fl bbls L.rd do; 4 bbl Epsom Salts; fit-0 lbs l"r Lopvood; 200 lbs Madder, 175 lbsMutiateofTin; 500 lbs Alum; 250 Gum Camphor; 500' lbs Hthargc; loOOlbs Venetian Red;' lOOOlbs Spanish Whiting; ' ao bxs liixin's Sco'.th Snuff;, 0 bxs Garrett's do do', 4 bbliMacaboy'sSn'uif; 1 10OHH.S Putty; - ' 5'jtt lbs- Aqua Amonia; " ' ' 200 Ihs Spirits Nitle; ' ' ' 500 lbs Sulphuric Acid; DOOOlbs Slip Curb So.la; f.o gross M'Lane's Vcrmifge WO lbs Nitric ' do;'" " 0 gross Fahustocks do; 500 lbs Jlunalic' "do; 50 gross Mus-tangLinament; 10 iLssSyruplod lion; " 500 fos Red Iad; ' . ' ' Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Ac, taken in trade at mar ket prices. oct?0 O Til ETCH &ORR, 'CORNER OF COIJ.EGE. IJ a,'A Union st'eets, Nashvilic, Tenn. Whoiessle and. Ketau dealers in Drugs, Jledicmes, 1'amU, Oils, DyebtullJ, Window Glass, Perfu nciy, Fine Toilet .Soaps, Brushes. I'uie Wines and Brandies, expressly fur medicinal pur poses. Druggists, Phjsicians, Countrv "Merchants and Mafllj utacturersiiipplied oa he most liberal terms- STItliTCH & OUR, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, sormr College and Unioastifets. novif OLOGNTf tt'ATE R.JFhT ItlJCIH YEP A large snpplv of superior Cologne Water, in latge fancy Iwtlles. For sate br now STRETCH A OUR. OMPOtNDOX-M AUROlV.-SIX DOZEN VJ Basin's Coinpi.uud Ox Marrow, a valuable preparation for the Hair- For sale by novll STRETCH & ORR. A 31 Al xi able leuietration for tliecureand lire vestion of charped hands. Just received ami for sale br nov3 "STRETCH A ORR. D1 ,Tt. WATERS' TOOTH SOAP DR. AVAT- TEUa Dear Sin Tbn is to ceituv thit.Miave used yo-jrSoap Dentifrice, and am peiftt-tly satisfied itis the best articlo ot ttie nna in use, and so long as yon continue to manufacture it of a puro article, you wil 1 find a icadysale for it No person in the travelling cniumnnily should be without it. CUAS. S. R0WELL, Dentist. No. 11. Chambets street, N. Y. Six iwtyi Wateis' Chemical Tooth Soap, just receired and rors.de by STRETCH A ORIi, noVJ Coner College and Union St. TT'OItT JL WOOD'S Tincture of Veratrum Vfride, for controlling tho Action of the Heart and Arteries, in 11 cases wherc'there isapietern iiuralfreipi'eucv. For sale bv jiovy " - STRETCH A ORR, ' XT OTIC I-'. ALL l'El:SUXS HAV1.NU CLilMS IS against Ihe Estate of Lucian B. Sullivan, deceased, aioherehy notinet lo rile Iheui with tho'Ulerkof the Coun ty Conn of Dili lb county, on or before the first flay of J il ly, 1S-V1, uulv autlienticated as tho law requires, that pro rata distribut.on may le nia.l?, ir!be.uine will be fi-rever bared. By order of ihe Clerk of tLe Ccuuty Court of De bl!b ecuuiy- JAS. A DURHAM, Admiuisfrator, SUSAN P. SULLIVAN, Adm'trix., janlJ of Lucian U. Snllivan. dee'd. f VOOji.S FOR KIJ.S'T. THE LARGE BOOMS ON lj the id aud ..d 11-K.rsof the "Eichbaani Iloa-c," on College sn cei, with ih. ecl.ar.oach one hundred and eighty feet long, mil liphinl, for leni, cnquiie at , dee-;i McCLELLAXD'S. N 2.) PubliaS.naie. riciovTinAT floiTr fi ft y - fo vh bags Buckwheat Flour for sale br nov2h LAX1ER A PHIIXIPS. FALL AJtH.VNCSEMEVi'S.' FREIGHTS BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH VUiLE. BY an arrtaigemeut betwxen the South Carolina, Georgia, Western aud Atlantjcand XasbU!eJte aud ChattaniKiga railroad, goods will be brought' - through to Nashville at the following rates: KIliST CASS. Boxes llats, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and olher light goods,, per cubic foot. . . .'- .32 SECOXD CLASS. Boxes Shoes Dry Good, Saddlery, GJass, Drugs. Con fectionaries. Camphent, Spirits Turpentine, in casks, Ac, per loo lbs. .'.". '.'.7. f 2l6 Tman cL.tSi. "" ' All articles not coming under fpecific ralesj as enumer ated in the tariff of the rflads'betwceii Chattanooga and Chat le-toii, (coi.ips of w Inch can be cen or bad nt the Freight Agent's Ollice) pcrli0 lbs Jl 21 Goods to be delivered at Xus'ivillc at above rates must be plainly and distinctly marked to the care of Agent ol Xa-hville and Chattanooga liaihoad Co., at Chattanooga, anl Agent of South Carolina Railroad Co., at Charleston. Persons shipping from eastern cities can hip by steam ers at or about 1 2c, by propellers at Sc.,' and' sailing ves sels at from Sc. to 7c per foot Wl.cn the X'asbville and Chattanooga road is completed from Chattanooga to the River, a farther reduction will be made, of which due notice will he given ' ' IL I. ANDERSON, Supt N. A C. R. R. Co. V N. B. The same dill'erencu will be made whei goods are to be delivered at Decherd, Sbelbyville and Murfreesboro,' or other stations on our road, as is now made between freights from Nashville to Chattanooga, and freights from the above points to Chattanooga, unucr tho arrangement with the Tennessee River M. M. A T. Co juneic tf n. i.-a: ' NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. THROUGH by I'ennsylicu a and Ohio Railroads. Phil adelpbia to 1'iti-burg, I'a., Massilhm, Wooster, Cleve land, Toledo, (Wumbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis", Lafavclte Terre Hame, Chicago, and Milkaukie. Through bv Railroad from Philadelphia toCiiiciiiraii iu 37 hours. Shortest and quickest ronto from ihe Atlantic Cilici to the Great West. Passengers will find this the most pleasant route X. Orleans. Only 1 1 to Cincinnati; J 12 to I-ouis. vilte; to St. Ixmis, Via PcnnJvvania Itailroad. an the day; Lrv-Ul ralace. unit 11 hountz. lraves l'ltkhm.W...! desday; Bi Uiiant, Capt J R (Jracc, ieaves PittslmigTiiitrs day: Pitisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pitt.burg Fri day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts burg Saturday. Boarding and lodgmgon board the Packets extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, H Iouisville, 3; St. Louis, 3. Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia fo Pittsburg, t9 6t; Massilloii.clo; Cleveland, elO; Mansfield and Cresl line, ?11; Columbus. fl2 Ci; Toledo, SIS; Cincinnati, via Crestline,) $15; Chicago, (via ilichigan Smithcin R. II.)" 1S 25. To Chicago, 'aii eati, Kinosha, I1L, Racine, Mil waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan Central Railroad, f IS. , 0 The Cars will lno the Commonwealth's Station, N.E. Curntar of Schuylkill Fifth and -Market St n-ets.whetefickcts can be purchased of Uinghaui A Dock, Agents ot the State and Columbia Raih-oad Lmes. The morning Express 'fraiu thrnngh to Pitf.-burg, Cleve land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. JI. Through fo Cincinnati iu 37 hours. The night Mail Train at ID";, P. M. Through to Cincin nati in It; hours, including one uigl.i's comfoitabie real at Pittsburg. v.-.' The above lines pass through and slop at Lancaster, Hr risburg, Lewistowu, Huntingdon, Hollidavsburg, John stown, Greenburg, and intermediate places. " Notice. In case of'la's, the Company wil! hojd thcmsel ves re-sponsible for pers.iual baggnge oulv, and fly an amouul n it cxcccduig -flOO. THOS. ilOORE, Ageljt. june-ltf. Pennsylvania Itiulioad Co. ' The Columbia Railroad Line for llarrisburg, via Coimii Meiniediate places, will leave the above statin STATE OF SOUTH CAROI.INA-IiANCA.S-. TESt DISTRICT. Ex Parte. j Petition for sale of House ar.d Minor Ciimoii, ivs "t ot Lot, J ..mil ami Negroes; jeitate Abram I'errv. cieV. ) of-A. IVi it, deceased. XT 1 ord 'ied that ih c!ii.lreu 1 f the brothers and sisters, or Abram Perry, deceased, 1 ite oflincastcr l:s:r.ct, S.' Ctlutweie livingat the death rfilaigartt Peu-r, widow oftl.elate Abrani Peiry, (nliicli tens J line 30th, 'l5),MiO cstiblish thfir rights bctons the"Coinniifiiorcr 111 Ijpiitv, for I.mcaster District, S. C, 011 or before the 1st -day of March, l-ji, and lhat the ('onimi.-si. nri do rejKirt iheieon at Ihe next Court of Equity lor said District, (uhich willbo June 25th, lbol) . Tbe above order wis nude in above case, bv tho Court, at Juno Tenn, 1353, and ihe persons to i.hom Ihe ssme re fers and applies are notified to comply with the requisitions therein set totth, afailnre to make known and rsiabih the relationship nlnresafd, will cause the estate of th" Testator, (Abraham Petty,) to he distributed between those u ho do e-tablisli such rtlatior.sh'p and Aperalens ab-ivc lothote who do not. JAMES IL WITHEIISPOON, Commissioner in Lqmty, Lancaster Dislnct, S. C. deel- but. . , Zif fne f'llowirg papers will c'opv tfiree months and forward tteir bills with a munVr of the juper; thev are al so l-cqucsted to oolic ihe same cdiioriallt : 'I he Common, wealth, Franl.lort, Ky ; 'lie Keci-ter llal't-igli. X. C; The Advertiser, M.-.ntsromeiv. Ala.: The Recorder. .Miilr.Vei-illi. Ga, Hie r lag ot the L'nion, Jackson, M The Ij'tiion, and American, Nathrille, Tonn.; Ti.o .Union, A aslu'ngton City. Laiiauier Lnig-r. ' J l. - ERB'S PATENT SI-RAW C'JTTERANIJ 1NDEPEN DEST CORN CHOPPWl rpHLS Ten-imiltant mventii.n Iras befen ,in u-e about JL tliree vear. Iitcii have rendered it J erfect n a STILVW AND CORN CUTTING MACHINE. )i h::s given entire satisfaction to everynnev.ho h.s Used it, nd .8 itie inost per)or luaclune iu use, lor the puqiose for which it w designed. ItU sun . ..w ....v...... ii ii.iiuc iini.ioveii.er.is pic in all its pat ts, nurcblo ad easily kept in order. 1 1 is self-fcedinir. and exsilv worked In-abov 12 e-.irs iifV ! li icilii-nt siTO-.i nr nun in tl... el.io-V- in-,, hir f..i, .. Ihree inches m length. Many ceiiifacates nindit be nro- I duccd from Farmers ho have used them, to uroro their suDeri.iritv over anv other straw and corn cutler now in i nse. Pers-ms neening sucn an nrttcle ni.ij-.re st assured that in it they will Hud a valuable acqnisttion to their farm or stable. The subscriber has greatly extended his nc.ms forman. ufacturuig these machines, and he now solicits for them ibe attention ot tho public, amp the farmers and planless particularly, o thcjjouthaiidWc!.- He will hereafter lo able to fill all orders rapidly, and ensures alt 'machines to do the work forwhich they arc designed. !l - Being the inventor and urfentte.-and soTo-proprictor, be' will dispose of ngfcta for counties or States on reasonable terms, to any Mechanic who may wish to manufacture them, and will fnnu.sh one ot of casting for patterns. wp7 m JOHN KERB. tollowingdaily .-steam racket Irani Pittsburg: Buckei eSnite, CaptM W Beltshoovcr, leaves Pittsburg Sundav; ircvstfine State, Capt Ciuirles Stone, leaves Pittsburg Monday"; Alle cheuey, Cint ( iiailes V." Batclielor. le:ivefl Pittshurir Tnea. GAUDS. .USEWTEIl, n. L. WAtLACK, It. UOWAUD, '.ISiWTEB, WALLACE &. CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A... NO-129, FRONT STREET, NEff YORK. - E. IIOWABU, sepilG J .i : r a;iw Orleans. S. R. H'CiMY, Coianiis-iiou and Forwardiug Merchant, CJfATfAXOGJ, TX!f. Rsrea to - - - D. PEAttL, Kdwauds AHaerm, I.1MEH i BK-rnECS, - Ewlv UnoniEr.s. W..S-Wuintix, . 1 Nashville, Tenn. cugl4Dvntv.' w J.VO."!!..-BRIGHT. " JAXES B, BUlOUT J. M. '& J. II. BIJKJHT, ' r'f.!,ATlT0B,HEYS AT LAV,. . ,-j. - . . layeltitilU, TenrusM. WILL' practice in the Several Couita of Lincoln and the jndjeming Citunties, and in tLe Supreme Court at oasnvnie. t w repta t.mi-.v. waUAU.T. C033. JAMES M, DaVIOSOX ' : ROSS & D AVIDSON, : FAYETTEVILLE, TENN., - Wilt practice Law in Lincoln and the adjoining counties. . rctSri-r.m 'uraitY lutrr,- jr. s. x. noLuxcswotTU. . HART & HOLT.INGSWORTHj VhoIeiala Grocers, Commission, Receiving aad For " warding1 Merchants, " 2o. -19 A'orlh side Public Square, OtAl . yASIIVILLE, 'TrSif. RENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO., 'COJnniSSION MERCHANTS, AND GE1IERAL AGENTS, .. . , . .NEW ORLEANS. Having reimanr-ntly located in this City, solicit consign ments of Cotton Tdbacco, Ac Receiving and Forwardi-ir with the fillincr of Orders drowply attended to. " , ' cctu Cm. r -s : ' E. A. Itoltitt, S.S. WILLIAKS, JXO. A. FISUER. - , JOHNSON, HOitNE & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, CoiamiisionandFqrwardintr MerchantsranJ,Storers ol Cotton and Tobacco. .". s ur of 2!art.t un.i Xroal Hts., XashtUle.3nn. julr i. Irt53. PICXETT. ItACMURDO tz CO., HANKERS and COJ1MISSION MERCHANTS aV K JI" UJi LKAXti. --vrM. S. PICKETT llate of the firm of PICKETT, PER V KINS A CO.J and J. JL MACM URDO, Banker, hav ing associated themselves in business, will iconduct a Umikiii- iind (icncrttl Commission Business, in nut viij, unuer una 01 1 ickctt, jiacxuudo a uo. Particular attention paid to the sale o I Cotion, and lo Shtnn'Pllt f.f Sllln'lAj l li .n.llwu m.nn.llr' the ' ' " UOrT y21 ,W. U..U0UW1X, C. B. CnVAX. W. H'. GORDON & CO.. AUCTION & COMMISSION JI ERC1TANTS. For the sale, of Hcichatidke) generally, ja! 1. XAsirviLLt texx. a; i javii:, attorney at law. JiCxsoiVTrN. Praet!ce In .Vadison and the adjoining counties, nd will .givo-proiapt atteatioa to col!eutiL and any otner busineti la hUgrnurislnii. ft.) j U. MAOGireCOK, X. C AU.OWAT, J. BAXKUEAD. ' ' KACGREGOR, AIJ.0VAY & CO., ' C O M JIISSIO N JI E R C II A N T S , 55 St. Ciusij-a tbest, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,) New Orleans. :3T N. II ALL0WAV A CO., Nashville, Tenn., are at all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship menu, to us. fseplfi L. H. SIKPSON & SONS, IMTOUTKnS Of Vi::c, Riantlici, Cigars, Champaigues, &c., , . . XO: i UEA Vll SWEET, XEW YOliK. And Rce la B.tSTiDC Bokdcavx. niavlf ly. Avlifiis!r7RA wi.IngsT GROCERY, C0HH1SSI0N & PORWARDING HZR CHANTS. ili-m ttrett, one d'-nr Xori'i of CnUm. Mem.IU, Trnneftie. KAVE on hand a full supply of (ir ceries. Bagging, Rope, Bacon, Mes Pork, Lard. Candles, Flour, Ac, wnich they will furnish to their customers on the usual terms. AilCottons Snipped to t'tCBi by water will be covered bj a'n'open i'oucy unless ri!!en aLiws tlie face of the Bill oi Lading; at the time of shipping, no Imaranct.' We are prepared to make Cash Advances ou Cotton in store. AVr.RIl, RAWIiTNfLS & CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS -Vo 55 (iiriviiHtt istntt, Xew Orleans, Any of our friends who wish facihtleson Cotton 'a be ship ped to our house in New Orleans can call on us at Memphis or addicss us at N. Orlea' s. julyi'.i Cm. V$T Eagle k Enq, Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville; W. T. Wliijf, Jackson, copy six mouths, and sond in bill. P..P BELL. VTiolesale and Retail Grocer, Bsaler in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Boseiving, Porwarding and Commission Merchant, Opposite Sewancc House, College s.t, No 23. . -. . HEItltitLlN 5T SAJtON J, Professor of Vocal Kuxic, Instrumental Music and Composition. TECMS.-One Dollar a LcA-thi, iraya5,lquiferly. letters addressed as above, nillineet with prompt atteniion. " feb2 ly: uucctuirrii. wm. TKiinr. j. c. uia- CARtiTH, TERRY .rrf DEW., DEALERS III HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 15-1, ilaritl M.aitJ xo, Mercunit St., J'Mul(i"Aki (april.i. It It. 11. IICASER, f COMMISSI OX MSIi CJIA XT, ' NO. 13 CAnoXDU.ET STREET, New Orleans. REFER TO: ; Gov. A. V. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; CoLT. H. McNeill Cihoma eouuly. Miss.; Mvrtle-MioieA Co.. Helena. Ark- S. J. Ridley, Jacksou,'Miss.; Martin, Rhea A Co, Pulaski, Tenn.;Jas."C. Maloue, Esq, Alliens, AIs. ocl'.i IV. NEW (JKOCERY MOltK., DAXIEL W. UDSSKIJ, ' D. s VSOKlK I'lanklin Tenn. Bctlftida, Tenn. itUSSELL & E0ND, Grocers aiid- Comntission Hcrchnnts, Xo. 51, A'Aijifeviv. Xuhell. T.hi t3ir Tl'e highest maiket prico paid for Feathers, Bees wax, j.ard, t;acon, lanow, 1 iaxsied, ic, Ac. JIcCRlLV A- TEIRA.SS, Comer of Bread and College Streets, Nashville, 'Tena .AgcuUJ'vr HimIt's l'iUlurghd!l Ul.teling, XXX. anil Ctitbr.ibil hennttit ."I3AI.E AI,ES,l"ORTER A- DROWN STOUT '! J3..W L now in store the following, which they will sell atPitisburgli prices, (transportation aded tc-ilay : 12". Bl.ls GW Smith's Pittsburgh Ate lot summeruse; two r.enncn uranu equal lo tne best teotcti Ale; loi do do forfamilv use; ' '20 Casks Bottled do; may22 ly n. c. 1IONNETS, RIRRONS, Ac'. Xo. 14 Cherry Str ft t , ntar Union . "VT35S. R LOCKHARTrespectfully informs the Ladie3 r,t Jl 1 Nashville and countty, that s-hc has now rccen ed her select Fall assortment of lhu newest and most fashionable ftylos Of Itouncfs, IJib'ions, I'lotvers, FIumr!, Trimmings, Linings, Tiianlfi.1 Id tho Ladies for paM favors, I Caller myjel that I hate sonn thing ery beautiful to show them litis season. Please call and see lcf. ro you purchase elsewhere. MHS. E. LOCICIIART, oct-r If ltChernst FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB LISHMENT, Xv. It, Cidar Slrtt,jict drs from, the J'ulUe Sjvare, WHERE may be found a choice and well selected sJl stock of Cloths, t'asimerest and Vesting-, all fH of which will lemade up to order in the ino't Fash- 'i f innablo Sfvle and at as short notico as can be done in any citv in the Umorr, and at prices to Suit the times. Heady Jliule Clothing. Coots, Pants.i and Vests of all kinds. A huo aso:tiiieiit of .Men's F::rnihitis Coeds: Silk mid Merino under Shirts, Shirts, amcka. Gloves, Suspenders, Ciavats, Pocket Handkel chiefs, silk aud linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac, J-iyGarments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and examine. mr o THOS. J. HOfJOH, Agent. f V!l li E R L A N I ) CO.VJ,. The undersigned has at Ins yard, oi College stiect, opfsi:e Ciipt Hon;e.'s Paint Shop, a tine lot of the best Cumberland Coal, which will be sold at the market prices. The public are invited to call and Irr llnseoaJ. JAMBS ItUIJiJKsi. ST" Having-Wagons and Teams. I am at all times ore. paieaiu luiuisaiii, om eusumiers anu irienus. wiiiiruiua and Gravel, or to doanvhaulingthat n.av be reqirired. Nnshille. October 2 )Si,3 , J. IL rpfili UNDERSICNED HAS ASSOCIATED X with him m business, JO. T. UlllSOX, of this city under the sti !e of bTEVENS i.- (1IBSOX. Wc have removed to Noel's new building,-Fo. 3 College stiect, ojjX)sitc lidwards A Harris', 2d door fiom Church street, and would respeclliil,ly sojicitfroin my former cus tomers' a continuance of their pationagK ' i Xahvillc.Pe."H58. .1X0.1! STEVENS.' . furnitiire: furniture j j Ail yiist receivings tine assonuientoi nir-. r ' nilurtr of thrflatest and indst anuroved va:--- approved i-;-spi I t ,-lpt which will bo warranted as recninmcndil I . i el, aud will be sold as cheap as the cheapest.- Ravin. ig. eh- arod mr Ware rooms. I shall keen an assortment oi assortmcnt ot Gil tcri's superior Pianos, a!so Window ShaJes, Clocks, Mir rrra, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Aitieles rent fi.ee to tho Railroad or am where m the city. Rcmeui- berts, Union street. Cheap Furniture Depot. ap- I.1LM0RT0N. SOMETHING NEW. riMIE SOUTH NASUVILLL: X'URNITURE J. .MAXUFACMURING COMPANY, are now offering "y-J splendid xsEortment of Plain and Fashionable Fur uitureat their Depot on Marketstreet, Thomas' j iVM .SrSnftw tit.iMinf. .1..I.NM... lT,,in-i It.ttl nnH 3 S.VurejjTrhiehtocy ofer at prices to suit pfirchasers, which t5ei- oiipr nt rnfss.s tn puit r-hrchasers. Tvt bhilfitr whole sale iind retail. They ictend-fo give satisfac tion l- purchaoers work warranted. Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended with despatch. K. IL GROOMS, Pres't W. L-Naxck, Sec'y s?'F HATS ! HATS ! ! T3IPORTANT TO Z.ADIES-WATERFIELD JL A WALKER have just received a beautiful assortment cf line dress Furs, to wnich they would invite the attention of thelanlies. Their assortment of Extra Black Lynx Muffs and Victorines is very desirable, and of the latest New York and Fmvpean designs. Thplr stock comprises all the leading styles of the season, and as they made their purchases late they will sell them at low and uniform-prices. - dec3 WATERFIELD A WALKER. rfHE HAT THAT TAKES THE LEAD IS JL the.New-.Whiter ijtyrat Waterfield A Walker's. No Hat yet introdu-ed in tbe city has ever met with such great popularity". Tho Hats they are now manufacturing are of the most perfect devgn. arid manufactured from the best materials, will rrebiin their color through all t. e va rious changes which they may be exposed. A new supply reidv to-day"at dec? WATERFIELD & WALKER'S. HATS AND CAFS FOR HOYS WATER FIKLDA WALliER hue the largest assortment of ltnjji'and Children Hats ar.d Caps ever offered in tlieci ty. ilany of the stylesare entirely new and very desira ble. Also Men's tine Otter and Seal Fur Caps with silk, plush and cloth Caps in great varietr. Their prices will be found in alLinstances-moderateand uniform. WATERFIELD A WALKER, Hat and Fur Store, No. 26, west side Public Square, next to Gowdev'e. dec3. GREAT HARt.AINS.-HAV-. INI! recently purchased tbe Store I now occupy on tho Square, and de signing fo enlarge and relit the same as toon as practicable, and to do so will have fo va cate it fi r a short time, all who want goods cheap will do well fo callavl will close out my present stock, consisting of Watches, Jewelry, and fmcy Goods at a small ad vancc on Eastern Cost, at No. 15 Public Square. Nashville, Dec 20 tf W 11 CALHOUN, 01.VIi;iiS: OYSTERS I ! NO ff ' HLI I ILL Uaill S7- M ..u.b u. ..taiiuji a nu-eiiut piaueu UVSieTS IIITO XS1 from BJtimore, iu lee. Sellinir at mr old m-ice si whole can $1 per half can. Warranted to be large, fine and fresh. Remember tho place No. 7, Public Square, south side, " between Front and Market streets. sim or the Red Chest. WILLIAM M. MlLLEiS, decSO " Agent UNITED PrSEEEIPS INSURANCE COMPANY CAPITA I. $100,000: SHAKES $20. . THIS CouiDanr has nosv beerf"s.-s -y7by- in successful operation about irf- --ffs. ,iene nionius. anu nraci reiss- zsz ed by the legislature .21st No- veniber Ilia charter has been so amended as to allow any citizen of ihe Stale to take ntuck. Tno Citizens are allowed lo have cue Director ior every Five Hundred shares held by them. Those taking suk will have to pay 20 per cent on their subscriptions and give & note for the balance. The Books ate now open" at the ollice on College street, where our citizens are im ited to call and subscribe. ' ' A. W. JOIlNoON, President. J. S. D sm km. Secretary. decl7. Tli'l'TER.-JFs,T RECEIVED PER REN Couisin, I bairels and 11 half barrels Western Re- f erved Butter. Forsaleby STEWAKT & WEAKLY, No. (5, Broadway. jan?. LEMONS. JUST RECEIVED 25 ROXES fresh Lemans, for low sale to cloe consignment, by jaii?. STEWART A WEAKLY. P EACH VS.-JUST RECEIVED PER REN L Cmi'sin 14 Curt Hermetically Sealed Peaches, fresh as when taken from the tree. For sale luw by the Cases Doz. or single Case, to close consignment by janS. " .STEWART A WEAKLY, No. a. Broadway. x. Knotts, v. t. naccx, W. c, cvsox, Late of Tenn. Life of Xashvilla. Late of Columbia RHODES, HAOEN A CO., F0EWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ac. 2i lawioreistrtt!, ul suie, ULat .S(Cond, CIXUXXATI. Will give fciil attention Xo Forwarding Goods, Pro duce, etc ; alsii to the purcliase and sale of all kinds of Pro duce, and articles of Cixcix.vati and Pimncuc Mannfac turcs. liefer fo X'ashvillo Merc'ianls generallr JAMES COLLINS A CO, Pittsoarg, Forwarding Agents, jant il t w A w Cm. - DISSOLUTION. rTMlE partnership i fit, A J. Nixon wasthis dav dissolved X b. mutual consent R. NIXON, " janS J.MXON.Jr. HAVING purch-ired of R Nixon his interest in tho late firm, I will here alter continue the business under the stle of John Nixon. Jr. j.n3 . . . . . JQ"S XIXOX, Jr. . . ' CHEAP FOR CASH. I WILL sell nearly every thing in ray line, wholesale and reti.il, from 10 to 2D par cant cheaper than formerly. litreafier I will keep noBoAs. Below is tho price of a few leading articles: Sick Candy 11c per fo. by the box; Fine do" 15c do do; CommonKtsses 15c do do; Fancy do 20e do do; Bread, 24 loaves for $1. jan3 J01IX XIXOX, Jr. mmjie sale of ;roceru:s, hv h.s. JL FRENCH, Fridav, 9th inst, at id. o'clcckjV. M. ""lOiblidillirtoPrimeSugar; ' " ' 1 50 bags Rio Coffee; 1 100 bb'ls Molasses; 1'Ohalfbbls Golden Syrup; 100 bbls Whisky; With other articles in the Grccerv lice. Terms madainiwn on day of sale. dec" II. S. FRENCH. NEGROES TOR SA1.E. BY virtiM cf Sundry executions from the Hon. Circuit C urt of David-on County, to me directed, 1 will sell to the highest bidder, for cash.'at the Court House door, in Xashville, on SATURDAY, ihe 14th inst , 1354, the follow ing valuable -Negroes; One negro nun, Davy, cged about 40 years; Martin, oged aoout--'4year.; iwn, aged aoouiu.. years; one otner man named Le.vis, aged ab ut 13 vears; one man named Abra ham, (a tirst rate Carpenter,) ajed about C7 years, and one man narried Jack, aged about 85 years; also, one negro man named Freeman, age.l about 53 oMyyears. The above named Negri s are all healthy and sound, and are to be s Id for cash, without reserve Abraham is a g.iod Carpepter the balance can't be beat in apearance or lor useiuinesc. u . r UJiSLLL. janl I td Sheriffof Davidson county, LYONS A CO. Importers nml Duiitcrs in Hamiiii Cigars, To- uacco, nnu an i;im:s oi l ortign tt mes, Liquors, etc. No. 19 Ccoar Strsct, Nashville. .Connfrycrders respectfully solicited and punctually at tended to. CUE WING TOURCCO I'lIlSTOilAC- X co coisfarsniieriertoanvothernowin use. beinir of the ouiea.ftinu, uiinouiany uiiAiureor auuuerauon, u isa new article in tlie Southern country, and only wants a trial to make it bemc universally used. The only place i t can be louuu iu -iiusuyiue isat j, iu.r,it ui, novl-1 19 Cedar street T RA.11ES, INJ.S. &c ALSO JUST HE. JL) ceived several Quarter and highth casks ol the purest rreia.il iiranaiei, mes anu laqunts oi an descriptions. vt oio vc aiso u-i received a lew cases ot tbe celebrated eeneiunaru ncniiaps. we respecttully invite ihe nispee- iion ui couuiry anu en v ueaiers. Lt l u.& .s UU , norlS No.lt), Cedur at ClliAJLS ! C1GAI5S ! ! JUST RECEIVED as fine and large an assortmcntofllAVANA CIGARS as has ever been iu Nashville. Pleaso call and examine for yourselves, for sale either wholesale or retail at nnvl?. LYONS A CO.. 1!) Cedar st. TMVE HUNDRED CHRISTJIAS PRI2S- JL EXTS. We lave in our House Keepiug department at least 500 dill'ercr.t useful articles, anv of which would prove most acceptable CHRISTMAS PRESENTS- We have a g.-eat variety of Bread, Cake, Spice, Plate and Cash Boxes. Also, Tea. Sugar, and Coffee Canisters. We have a. large snpplyof Britannia and Block Tin Ware, equal in appearance loilie best frosted, fretted, and bur nished Silverware, and far less costly. The prices are so modcr-le llu- they are brought wiihin the reach of all clas tes. The uoikingmaniuay now be with the affluent in tho decorations oi tlie dining bible, and thereby engender in his f.inily a taste for the eligancics cf life. . Chinese IJotlsv V.' have a variety of Chinese Czures ot tl.emosi cutitx- 'ind l-iz.il i e character, quite ugly enough to serve as ornanieiis for the e'agtrc or mantel piece. Cliine.se Toys. We have a few boxes ot Chinese Tois each box Contains 75 pieces, and costs only 3. Those who desire lo atta u popularity with tbe rising gene ration, can m.iv do .so, ut a very small cost Dnurand Farlor Jlats. Our suck of these is ex- fensi.ve, vanedand cheap: , Conking and Parlor Stores. A great variety bought be lore the lataad vancc in iron, and for sale cheap. Wrought Iron Cooking Stoves We have but tnentj-livu oi' these line stoi e, of the family size on hand. If anj-of ourfnends desire to give so valuable a Christ m.us present as thisThey ought to make juvinpt application lo e. core one. declO JSXOW.MACKEXZIE& CO I"OR SAI.H AT AUCTION. Saturday next, the 14th inst, 1 will offer at public auction, at inc Court iloose, me lollowing Houses and Lisiuid vacintLots, viz: One House and Lotcn McGavock street, in West Nash ville. Onellouse and Loton Vine street, in SoutLEeld. Doe vacant It on corner ol Bell and Wetmore streets, in Edget'eld, fionting on Bell Mreet, 50 feet, running back ui Wetmore IS1 feet. And Lots Nos. 'J, 12, 13. 14. 15, as designated in a 1 fat laid offand fold by ihe Clerk A Mas ter -Mill April, If .i, situated on Market street, in South NastiTibe.oppojile Isaac pau. a. These lots Iront on ilar .ket sine: Bl tee't,' and run baci S'J feet to a 20 foot alley. - Trnvs One-third cash, balance on a credit of 6. 12, 13, andiM months, wiihoiitinteiesf,'andal.cn retimed till pur chase, mouey is paid. R. A. BALLOWK, janll ,' ' Gca'I Agent. 17 Deadec'c sireet 1OINF VEI.VlST iUiJiiUrtr.-Jl).M Htu u chlVED tins day an Invoice of Blask Point Velvet Jubbotis.tWiUiDvuit! oilier trimmings, to which we ask the attention of bur )i lends, decbl W A A J G McCLELLAXD. SOW FOR RAtMJAIS. AS I'E IVlLI. move into lhelar e anil miirnilicent house erected bv MrEiciibaumoirCoPege street, about the middle of Jauu my, we-will riispase ot'our present Slock of Goods at Cost fir Cash, as we wish to have us few goods ai possible to move friectl) W A A J MeOI.ELLAXl). WANTED 1SY A t.'ENTLE.UAN OF EJC IfEHlKNUK and Capability from East Tennessee, a . hitiu-.ion as Book Keeper in this city. inquire ot iiessrs. flm Xanlcr a. Uro ,!f. Jlarlcet street. Nashville. Deceu.her It. 1SS. -. T) EJIOVAL HART V III)LL1N;.S WORTH i.V HAVL KKMOVI.D TO NO. t, North-East side Pub lioSquare, 111 the Warehouse formerly occupied by W. H. Gordon & Co. januaryS HARD1VAEE- S S 51 o "5 a s 5 S ft -3 1 E i O (1 Sis 15 . - D m a td a a w o Q i-sr s t -9 iuS jfO -.3rssi!-'g.ea m r-i gti:--j,-g 5a 1 r : 0?5 J tf: 5 S-2 En O ' o o o o Wiiolesale Grocer, C0MU1SSI0X, AXD FOSWAED1XO XtEnOU.iXT, Cotton and Tobacco Factar. Qfrner of CuUtgt and C&urch ttfttlt, XuArSU. COFFEE 200 bags Rio; 50 bags Havana; 50 do Laguyara; 50 do Java. CIGARS 20,000 Imp. Havana; 13,000 American; 100,0000 Cuba 6's aud 3lelee Cigars; CANDLES 200 joxes Sperm and Star; 2oO boxes Stenne an Tallow; COTTON YARNS A lo' of assorted Nos.. Osnnbura, an- perioi quality at manufacturers prices; FRUITS lOo bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; 50 drums Figs; 50 frails Almonds; 20 bbls Pecan; FISH 50 barrels and lia'f barrels Mackerel; 75 Kits Mackerel; 12ca.se-s Sordines; FLOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati; 75 do St Louis (Harrison's;) GLASS 8O0 boxes Wiudow, all sires; 12.'. do Qt, PL, and IXPlaskst 75 do P'int Tunib era and Goblets; 60 do Squatt and Cap Jars; SO Demijons, five and three gallon; IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes, LIQUORS 15 cases London Porter quarts and pints; lo cass Scotch Ale " j. 75 barrels American and French Brandy; 95 do Apple and Peach 4o0 do W hiskv, various bran da; 50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. Rum; 25 do Wine, various kinds; 100 do Cider Vinegar; MOLASSES 150 bbls and K bbls reboiled and a House; 75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrcp; NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; 110 do Wheeling, " " PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles; 10 cases Toinatoe Catsup; SUGAR 100 bhds Louisiana Sugar; 100 bbls St Louis and' rhiladelphia' Crushed and Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovcring's;) SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pep;r; 10 do Ginger, Race and ground; SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks tine and coaio; 135 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt; SOAP 100 boxes bar; " 5 do Fancy rfoap; SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands; TOBACCO 50 bojea Chewing, assorted brandsr 25 boxes Jenny Liud, superior article; SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, I-cad, Powder, Shot. !a irus, Soda, Axes, Chains, Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac. For sale low for cash by T. J. CLACK. J?-Liberal advances on consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbi of clean washed "Wool; 100,000 lbs Baron and Lard; Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng. For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Gnceries. janlP. T. J. CLACK. IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN DENTRI5TY. - DR. ROSS would lespectfully invite the attention of ihe public to "a new and improved method of inserting 'artificial --TO 1 P teeth, upon which be lias been fur some time practicin witn great success. Tlie improvement consists in the teeth being arranged up on a plMe ol pure platinum, and by means of a s-.l.cious compound the teeth and plate are cemented firmly togeth er, leaving no interstices for the lodgment or secretion of food, at the same time forming an an ficial gum beantifnl and life-like in appearance, and which is represented on the inside of Ibe teeth as well as out Those interested are iuvited to call and examine speci mens of this improved method at his operating rooms, No. 57, up stiirs. College street ang27 tE FALL AND WINTER GOODS. JUST received at No. 11 Cedar street, a large and well selected stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings of the latest styles. ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. A new and beautiful style of Stocks! Shirt Collars, Cravats, Snspenderj, Gloves of every de scription, Under Shirts and Drawers. Having made arrangements with cne of the best Clothing Establishment in New ork to supply me, Wm. T. Jen nings, 231 Broadway, I am prepared to offer tn my cus tomers aud the public Clothing ot a superior style and qual ity. Please call and examine lor vourselve-s. sepU o T.J. HOUGH, Agent. SUNDRIES. 100 kegs Nails, assoned sizes; 50 boxes Langhorn A Arnistead's Tobacco, very su perio; 20 barrels Tar; . -15 doz boxes Lexington Mus'ard; 1 2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for lamdy use; 25 gross of box il-itches; A few barrels of lhat same old Whisky. Also, a few Ll.As.. of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general assortment of Groceries, atwholesdeor retail, at No. 23 College street, opposite Sewanec House maytlj R. F. BrLL. AlCsll AEl.'S" UTlTlUNE CATHOLICON. For the disease of Females, is one of the most extra ordinary aud valuable medicines now extant. It is preivr ed br Dr. Tuns. Pomecov, -?f New Yoik. an Alopatbic Physician, who has practiced successfully in Ulica, Near Vork, forty years. In discovery was the result of chance, while experimentingon remedies foratofaliy different train of disorders. For s X years it has been tested iu every part of the world. Iu the State of Tennessee it bos performed wonderful cures. I will not sav that it lias been successful in every case, but when it does not cure it never lad to re lieve tho most distressing symptoms. I am permitted by N 1111am I'arKes, tsq.. 01 i-awrenceourg, 10 state tnai in a few weeks it completely cured his negio girl, who had been for five years in the hands of physicians who had not teen able to relieve her. Eor sale by every Druggist ia the State, anu br ALEX. MACKENZIE. deel No. 17, College street. Nashville. THE (.R.ErENnERU YJNIETARLE IMI.LS. ARE compounded with the utmost care anil skill, and the ingredients are thoroughly tested by the most eminent Chemists. They are especially valuable for the prevention and cure of fevers in genera), all Bilious and Liver com plaints, Costiver.ess, Imperfect Digestion, Deficient action of the bowels, Sick Headaches, Influenza, Asthma, and a variety of other chronic diseases, and in fine for all fanii lv uses. Price, with full directions, 25 cents per box. " For sale by ALEX. ilACKKNZIE, dec3. N. 17, College street. And by every Druggist in the Slate. WOODEN WARE. We have just received liom New- York, purchased there at imtttl rates for f ." Wooden Bowls, with choppers; Rolling lius Beef steak Mauls; , Pastry Bowls, Lemon Squeezers, Lignum Vita? Faucits, Wo)dcn Spoons, Wooden ladles, Potatoe Mashers, Towel Rollers, Bung, tarts, Cocoa Shell Dipjrs, Hearth Brooms, Rat and Mnu;e Trips. Clothes' Pins, Juniper aud Cedar Voous, Brass and Iron bound Palls Bed Cords', C'bthes Lines, Butter Spades, . Axe Handles, Yard Sticks, Twine Balls. dec2 S..OW.MACKENZIE A CO. BRUSHES I Bltb'SIIES ! -.Steele's best bell shaped Dusters, of all sizes, fancy and plaiu patterns i.iuei iuALeis, t, iiiuuvt ,,sners. Fly Brushes, Toy Brush?. Counter Dusters, Hearth Brooms, Whisk Brushes. Italian Whisks; Common Dusting Brashes, Scrubbing Brushes, Blacking Brushes, ilons. Window Brushes. Crumb Biushes, Tea Cup Mopt, ALSO. Buckskins for polishin? plate furnifu're For sale b SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.. dec2 House Furnishimr store, 17 College st IDS TO 1Tb USEKEEFINt;. Manilla Door Mats, plain and fancy; Alicant Mats, tliree sizes; Jute Mats, plain and fincy of all sizes; Coir Mats, various patterns; Fancy Bi rder Mats, with wood centres; Sheep Skin Mat, all colors; Open 3Uts, from 3 to & feet each; Oil Cloth Table 3Iats; Palml4f ' do; Chinese Table and Tea Mats. Tbe above articles are for sale at lower prices than they have ever before been offered in this city. . . decs SNOW.MACKENZIEACO. I7IO R SALE. A VUltf DESIRAHLE EOT, ' fronting 115 feet on Spruce street, betn een Cuiirch and Broad, running back from 165 to ICS Ret, and fronting .115 feet on McJmore street Said lot will be divided uito two ' or three lots to suit purchaser.. Said lot has ou it a lar brick school house. ALSO A desirable Couniry Residence, about three miles from the city, on Xolensville l'ike-a frame house with five rooms, Ac A bargain will be given.. ALSO A brick house withsos rooms, Ac.No. SI Spruce street near Cedar otd a vacant lot on CeJarnpnrSnn, ALSO A neat Brick Cottage in Edgciield, with four rooms, near the residence of Col. Ramsey. . Said hon was ' formerly occupied byRer,3LS.Royce. 3ra early appli- 1 cation to " R. W.TJROttV. Real'fiititeAejnL , f?lRRENT-I OR THE EftSLINt; YEAR. X a farm of fifty acres of land on Ihe Charlotte Pile, four miles from Nashville, with good improvements. dec21 It A. BALLO WE, Gen. Agent tkj 1' GrEOOERIES. RIO COFFEE 30O bags Prime RSo. just receive xi for sate by fjantll BKN At NOEL A CO. and T AUUYBACOr'FEE 50ba2i Prime Laurra, jaat re- i JL ceived and forsale by BEN If NOEL A CO. f ianll AVA COFFEE 50 pickets Prime Java, just received amlforsaloby UiDll3 BEN 31 NOEL A CO. jaul 1 'Sr. ! OCTGAR-A1C0 hlvla Pr mo to Choice New Crop, just re--J j O ceived and forsale by BEN M NOEL A CO. MOLASSES bbU Choice Reboiled, just received aad tor sale br ft"ll BEN 31 NOELA CO. fOLASaES jw bait bbU Choice Kebeitled, just re It i: ceived and for sale by BEN 31 NOEL A CO. jinll D AISINS 150 whole half and quarter boxes; jnstre- Xli ceireci ana lorsaic or BEN 31 NOELA CO. janll E ICE 10 tierces just receired and tiir sale b f j-inll BEN if XOEr.ACO. 01JElli K0 boxj W It and fine'Apple tbecje, just received ar.d for sale by BE .M NOEL A CO janll ' YSTERo 610 cins Holt ilaliby'a Oysters; 300 kegs ; do do do, just receiv- d and for sale br flan11 K"1N 31 N JF.i.'A CO. SUNDRIES JUST ItECE IV ED- 20 bags HaTana-Ccffee; 10 frails Almonds; 50 kits Mackerel; 20 hoirbbls do; 25 half bbls Soda; 5 ceroens Indigo; 3 casks Dutch Madder; 40 boxes Palm Soap; 800 Demijohns. as.-orteJ: 10 kegs. Shot, assorted; 10 kegs Bar Lead; 200 bbls Pike's Whisky; 100. bbls Leonard's Whisky; IS eases Sardines;. 15 tegs Spice; 15 bags Pepper; 25 boxes Claret; ' 20 boxes Lemon Syrup; 15 boxes Pepper Sauce: 10 boxes Torjiato-Ketchnp; 15 boxes Muscat Wine; 10 boxes Brandy Cherries; 5K Mats Cassia; in bbls A JI Brandy; 45 bbls Native Wine; 10 H casks iladeria Wine. Just received and for sale by EN II NOEL A CO janll n.tw pi RAHARI BREAD every day. KJT janll JOHN NIXON. Jr. "TUNC CHEWING TOUACCO, I have jcai re- ci veil 1 to this mat ceived a lot of the best Chewing Tobacco ev brought ket, J.NIXOX.Jr 1) E.MOVAI.. W. A. CORDON Ar CO., AUC li, TION AND COMMISSION. RECEIVING AND FOR WARDING 31ERCHA.STS. have removed from thel'ub lie Square to their Xew Warehouse fronting tbe Wharf and Market Street XaL.vill. Jan. 5. lS5t. JAILS. IOGO JsEtiS S HO END ERG CR'.S JJN CtX-liRATED NAILS: all sizes. For sale br II sizes, for sale br W. II. GOUDONACO. jana I.ASSWARE.- Xi BOXES ASSORTED JT Tumblers, Jars, Lantheras, Aer For sale by ji3 W. II. GORDON A CO. rnoKACCO.-'JOO ROXES BAUlLi.1T JUNES' J Extra Virginia Tobacco; 1C0- boxes r'erirusor.'s Extra Virginia Tobacco; " 1 " MubblebeWs Co; loA Goodwin's do; -100 ' lt do; WillrTariouj other brands, for sale bv janS W. (I. GORDON A CO. CtlCAILS. 10 CASES LX NAPOLEON RE- (1AL1ACIUAKS; 10 cases La Waternal Regalia Cigars; "lo Wandering Jew do; 5 " Las Tres Marnu " tor, . . . 5 "La Estella " do; With various olherbrandj, for sale bv the ease frn'r, pnS . W. II. UOUDON'Af O. ; jijtrfl.Mi F.VFEIl IOU RLNDLES East Tennessee WraupTn. Paper, forsilebv jn.V W. IL GORDON A CO. T?1RE lTtOOF SAFES.- WE. IIAYK ON i? hand a general Assortment of Rich A Co. "a ctlebraied Fire Proof Safe, aclnowllg.I by all wherercr they have hen tcsteJ, to be ibe best arne'e of tbe kind man.ifictured In this nranv other country. Wo sett at Manufacturers prices, fretghtadded. W. U. GORDON A CO janft TT1AlRftANK" SCALES THE ACKNOWL 1? EDUED .STANDARD. We are Agents foe Ihe sal of Fairbanks Ssi'as, nn-1 have no.r in Store a full sso-trcent from the smallest Counter to the larpest Grocers. We tell at the exaet Factory price. V . U. GORDON A CO. jsn5 n l aixn S1UH6, .. -ii, otri,,...v Martat StractL hotaefn Union and aJffAa e the Square. Seieral new ;;ud beau- tfiul designs of Decnfativn PannelKng and enu Jiaiuie Paper, just received. A great variety i f Gold and Velvet Papers on ha d. and cheap Wall Paperofeverr description. SyPapir Hanging prompdy attended t and welt douc. W W. FINN, novl? Market slrft. belen Union and tke Sjiurc LAFAIM'K I iuv iT, fTtTS V Jit Jv , Rrondwav. Retwecn Amity und Illctckcr St. "TM1IS HOUSE combines m all its appentments every 1 moiicrn conTenieii and luxury, and is furnished in a style of unsurpassed elegance. The pro; r etors wi'I ipore no eflurt in ministenrg to theromfons of iheir gnestr, and making it worthy of the patronaie of iheir friends and the travelling public Ituill be openforthe recepuon of guests about the till of January. WRIGHT. LAXIERS A CO. (S. Lanier A Son, frnuerly ef JIacon, Georgia.) i!pc31 Km. KITCHEN FURNITURE. Wehavejnst received Strrti: KiTcnrs '1bls. ons-of tl e most convenient articles of kitci en Inmirure that has ever been invented. Common Kitchen Tabie with drawers; Wine Soles, vanous sizes; Step Ladder do do; Clr.ihes Horses do do; Clothes lanes and Bed Cord's; Skirt Boards and Botom Boanl?; Towel RnJer. indow Washers; Bread and Meat Trays; Choppin r and Saw Knives; Pastry Boards anil R8ing Pin; Beef Metk Mauls and Pi4a:e Smashers; Lemon Sqceeiers and Bung Sirrv; W node 1 Ms-ns and Batler La dies; Cocs shll Dippers and Twine lletls, Scrnbb ngand lllioking Brushes; Rnt and laise Traps; C!o hps V n patent anj plain; Table MaU, j'alm Leaf, Oil Cloth and Chinese; Clothes Uaskeis, varioes sizes; BistingSpoons. long and short bandlej; "' ' Iron Tuble and Tea Spms; Iron Skimmers and dies; Soup, liravrand Milk Strainers; Cake Turners and Egg Lifters; Ci earn Churns and Egg Whips; Sjiice Bores, Flour Dredges and Pepper Boxe?; Nutmeg Graters and J&paned Dreail Boles; . Cakek T a. Cash, Cifiie and t- "gar Boxes; Britannia. Bra, Japaned Lampsand Candlesticks; Jldasses I'ltchers, Punch Jugs and Cigar LSmps; Patrut Pocjket and Plain Cork Screws, Frencli Sieves and Mirer Wire Strainers; Salad Washers aud Mia. Putts, various kinds; Cheese Tesislers and Bird Kmisters; Napkin RirgtandNutCraikers; , . Bov lions, liahan Irons, and Fiounce Irons; Crimping Irons; and Paent ltons; Nut Pici, and Sardine Openis, Iixudiug Needles -Skow era; Tea Bells, plated gilt; F.trz Boilen. and Cork Drawers: Crumb Brushes, Lamp Glass Urushes; Window Washers, CfHinler limters, WhLk Brour.5, aud Dusting Pans. SXOW.JIACKENZIEA CO, House Furnishing Establishment, 17 Coliea street jan'M. '54 PLOW'S ! PLOM'S ! I rpHE Southern i'a'e tlut have so long rfsy JL depended on lit(Lurg and Cincin nalifora supply of Plows, Wagens and Sa3 other Fanning implements can now get all the want at the Agricultural Ma11u.actc.rr, on Maiket stre', Nashville, lenn. V'a would call the attentiou of P' tnlcrs aad Mer chants particularly to i.nr very large stock ot Plow, con sisting (.f a great many of the nw-t ImproveJ kinds now In use, and ataslMr prices as thrr canMs brought here fiom other placw At Ibe same place may b found alt kinds of Wsgont., Railroad Cans. Wheel Ita'rroirsanJ Rail road Plows. Cultivators and ilarrow.s. Those wisl.ing Plows sent can order them dirert from me or liom mot ii the pnncipal dealers in such thing lit Nashrille, asiber keep Iheniofc-urmannfaclure. UtO. C ALLEN'. Pres't of Agricultural Manufacturing Compasy.Lcnrer Market street. Xashviile, Tenn. " Ttmi tm. 'TRAl.ANl) FOR SVI.E.TTlENDEir- '. -L SIGXED owns fie hundied and Hf-i-threS and a half acre? ot'tirst rate land Itidv on (Irst.r Creek, BortKend omiily, Tei., nlrieh he' will sell forcjasb or xclange for real estate, situated in or about the e-.ly of Nashville. The lAiove lands are well adapted to tbe cnltivat.ou of either Sugar or Cotton, and a.ra. well limbered and water ed as any in that seeuon cf i'eia-s. Any ifson de-irouj tf iiivesticgasabOve will please call on me. a. mnvis, dec21 Ira B Nashville and Memph.s Purlcet Line. DOCTOR YOURSELEt THE POCKET CTJLAPITJ! OK. EVERY OXE HIS OWN PlIYSIClAS THE Fortieth Edition, with Oue Hundred Kngravnigs showing Diseases atnt jfallormatiulis of h Human Sysiem in every sha and 'fff form. To which is added a Treat.se on tr.e Ihsea-tet of f enulcs, bemp tf iJ7 the highest importance to married people, or tlniseountemplating? raar noge. ByWRXIAU iOUNt,,iI.D. Let no father bo ashamed to pre sent a ermrof tbe jESCL'LAPII'S to hii child. It may save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret ohli- !ry!?I1vt'.fr.M,a?, l,,e Wllht",t rexding; thet POCKET by their iihrsician, be another nHneni without consultng tbeaESLULAPIUS- Have fl.e married, or those about to be married, any unpe.iiment. read this truly useful book, as it has been tho mean orsannth'.iuands of unfortunate creatures fit 1 the eryjaws of dnih. T& Ahy person sending TWENTY-FIVE 'CENTS en ched iua utter, will receive one copy of this irotk by mail, or five copies wilt be sent for One Lolhuv Address tpost-ptid,; DR. W3I. TOUXO, marchl-1 r Xi. 152 Src St. PAUadelphui. CASH! CASH!! ; iTT7"NTED at the Soittft Xosantle Fnnntura Factory, of ! VV coodSSASOXEDLUMBEir j 100,00i feet of Hi inch Walnut Ilcnk wide; I 60,000. do X do . do do do ' 50,000 do 2 do do do do; , I 100,000 do Walnut Scaotlinj, 8 feet lorig, 4, 5 S 8 in. sq're; j 100,00J doCberry do do do; I 100,000 do 134 inch Cherry I wide; j 6-J.000 do do do doj - &y,ojU 110 ao xo io; . 60,000 do Ash, ranpngfn i lf td5 In th;eAVide plank; , Also, Poplar ofU sizes. "ustd- for Cab.'att .purpcies, for which Cm will be paid on delivery." " ' Aii, 25 or 50 good CABINET 3L KERS wanted, to wheat fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need apply. an!7 iwvuwu.w, lit 1 110 one Buenng irom, a nacxrneit Cerogh, Pain tn theide, restless nlh'-s, Dervotts feelings and the trbole Irani of Desiierrijfi.jiir-'n mrn