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NASHTI L-LE: TUESDAY MORNING,FEB. 28, 1854. il R. DEWEY'S LECTURES CHRISTIAN CHURCH. f ' J7.ECTUr.E 'Xlf TCESDAV, FEB. 28. Ilistoria Ylanr ot Iliimanilv Human timrTPsl tlprsof it from the beginning to tbe present day, and the certainty of It lir flitate. - TJxpXidiAixrD EsTEhpnisd lie additional news by the " Hnropa, which ro publish this morninjr, yr received by the Lonisvilie mail last evening, at -tfijO clock! ' About 8 o'clock at night, we received tlie sainc flews ly telegrajti. After this. feat,, we supposo IhewirtB will have to rest about a week. G2?""It will be seen from the advertisement that JT. Jbv. jDcstos has, at his store; an unusnal variety Of Trait Trees from the vineyard of R. T. Andeg 60Kbf Big Bjnd, ifeade. County, Kentucky. J57 Vo have been requested to state that HcoU JJendersos, at his Marble Yard on the Square, Jias beautifully carved mantle pieces, of all descriptions -which he is selling at first cost. Ho Jia3 also every variety of Marble Monuments and Tomb'Slonc ll -The McDoxocgu will case, which was re cently argued in the Supreme Court, will be decid ed in a few days. Judge Campbell is now writing the opinion of the court, which sustains the legali ty of (lie wilL The decision gives to New Orleans and,Baltimore the income of property estimated to be worth from five millions to seven millions ofdol lai?, to be applied to the education of indigent chil dren. Brum is the 1'clht. The Rev. John Berry Meachum, pastor of the J?irst Colored Baptist Church in St Louis, situated on Eleventh street, at the.head of Green, fell. dead in the pulpit, on the 19th, directly after reading his test, at eleven o' clock service. He was over sixty 3ears of age, and has been, pastor of the congregation of this Church evt'r since its organization. An TJxuEALTiir Place. The temperance law of Massachusetts prohibits the sale of liquors except for medical and mechanical purposes. Tho liquor agent of New Bedford has just published his quar tet ly report of the work done In hi3 department for the three months ending on the 23d of January, from which it appears that 1,785 gallons of brand-, ruin, gin, whisky, and alcohol were sold during the three months for medical and mechanical purposes. Also 4,981 gallons of wine, ale, stout, porter, and beer, during the same period. As New Bidford car'ries on mechanism but limited!-, it must bo an awfully unhealthy place. The number of doses of liquor-medicine swallowed during tho last quarter exceeded 400,000, and that by a population of less than 15,000. As whalo oil i3 the principal traffic of the place, perhaps the ale, whisky, and wine is mix ed.with the spermacetic for the mechanical purpose of spiritual lucubration. Jons Hull Geocuaphv. The Illustrated Lon don News, for Jan. 21, ha3 the following, in an ar ticle on American Annexation: "They (the Americans) have already purchased from the King of Mosquito, a tract of country cov ering several millions of acres, to which they have given the name of Nebraska, and which is to be forthwith colonized by the Anglo Saxon." This is something like calling New England a Email village near Boston, which was once formal ly put forth in a grave English publication. For G f ography Mr. Bull beats all other nations. Pistol Snoonso Extraordin akv. The Picayune of the 13th says, a most remarkable feat at pistol shooting occurred on Friday night, at Cullum's Lake House, end of the new Shell Road, in which Capt, John Travis, of the Pistol Gallery, in Com mon street, opposite the Clay Hotel, "snuffed a candle" twelve times succt-sfively at twelve paces. A bet of five hundred dollars was made that he could not do it; but some of the captain's friends backed him that he could, and sure enough ho "brought them out." Cant. Travis had no part of the bet, as we understand. The agreement was, that any shot touching the stem of the candle should be counted as "no shot." The shooter made thirteen shots one touching tho ptcm. The twelve that snuffed the candle could liavo been covered on the iron plate behind tho candle, with a fifty cent piece! AVc call this extra ordinary shooting. Lou. Times. CONTINUATION' OF THE EUROl'A'S NEWS. The Cunard Company denies that their steamers are chartered by tho government to convey troops to Constantinople. There is not much actual new3. Matters remain Pecisely as before. . , . . i r . l r r ISO reply lias ocen yeireceiveu intra uiu vsar in the final ultimatum of France and England. Count Orloif left Vienna on the Sth, direct for St, Petersburg, his mission having failed. Ramifications of the Greek conspiracy discovered widely throughout Turkey, and ConspeJ ou tho Danube. ' There habecn rather a severe encounter at Ber lin, another attack on Kalafat was daily looked for Omer Pacha had recovered from his sickness. The army ou the Danube were in good health, and spirits. There is nothing new from Asia. The allied Meets are to immediately enter tho Black Sea. The ambassadors were much dissatisfied with the fleet's return to the!ophoru3. The Emperor of Russia is sick, and had not bocn Been for some days. A change is reported in the Russian ministry. Hellenist Ali, the Sultan's brother-in-law, is report ed to be suspended by Rtza Pacha, and Acraot suc ceeds as Capidan Pacha. Great Britain and France continue armaments on a large scale. France is making extensive financial arrangraenta with the bank and credit Muobilierto meet the ex penses of the coming war. The overland Indian mail has been telegraphed. Dates from China are to Dec. 27th. "Ninr l'o and Amov are auiet. Th iiisuruents had burned a lanro cortion of Thaughai, anil had captured Siensing, a town situ ated eight v miles from Pckin. Trade was dulL The death of the Eumeror of Japan, and tho feizurc of New Caledonia by the Fiench is con firmed. A democratic conspiracy was discovered at Mad- rid on the 14i1l The authorities arrested General JC .lo.'o Concha, who was proclaimed n rebel. He af- tnrwaids escaped into France. Count lluol notified the Russian Ambassadors that the concentration of troops on the frontier was intended only as a pracau'ionary mcasuro a- j'ainst Kiissia. Tins nolitication was accompanieu by the friendly expression of the British Uovern mf nt. Sewn or ei?ht coppered shins, of 700orS00 tons, are to bo engaged for four months for tho conveyance of cavalry and accourtrcments from the Danube. In ih, Iloiue of Commons, on the 10th, Lord Holm HussoU stated, in answer to Mr. Roebuck, that tli? cards sent by the Lord Chamberlain for tho ndmis-ion of the American Minister at the opening of Parliament bv the Oucen. were the same as those sen! to the other diplomatic representatives, aud he d;d not think anv difficulty was likely to arise out of the question as to what dress the Amer ican .Minister was to appear in on state occasions. Id VEttrooL, Saturday morning. The Paris uoursc slosed firm yesterday; 3's OS. Dispatches lrom M. Petersburg liavo been re ceived in Paris to Feb. 1. The excitement thero was very great, and the war party was enthusiastic. London, Saturday. Throe battalions of guards, and three of the regular line, arc under ordcis to embark on the l'Jlii. 111U null: Ituiuuvi Jl llltusil UUUIIS IU UU UlS- rulched is 10,000, and as many more will be held mi nml... i" T :.:!. l. .1:. in readiness. Twenty shins of tho largest tonnago are required to convey the troops and supplier. The Govern ment has taken the Oriental steamers. 1ST- HENRYS INVIGORATING. CORDIAL: The mnriLn or this nurelv vegetable extract for the removal aud cure of physical prostration, genital debility, nervous all'eo tions, Ac, Ac, arc fully described in another column ol this paper, to which the reader is referred, f 2 per bottle, 8 bot tles for S5. six bolUcs for tS: fttf iwr dozen. Observe flia mnrtsflf tllrt OkNIIINK. Prepared only by S. V.. COHEN. N. 8, Franklin Row, Vin Atn-M. I.fiw Kiirlith. l'liiLvidnhia. Pa.: TO WHOM A 1.1. OKUEKS MUST BE ADDRESSED. For sale by oil respectable Druggists and Merchants Uiroughout the country. - For sale at the Patent Medicine Depot, No. 12 College street, by J. P. DROMGOOLE. Wholesale Agent tot the State auil only agvnt in Nashville. , Cm d. and tri-w. HISTORY OF TENNESSEE TOON AND RUTt'Ab;o:44ianwud inform those who ere not suimlied with RAMSEY'S ANNALS OF TENNESSEE, that tbcyare prepared to furnish theWat theAu thorg prices. '; 127" Call soon, and cetacoDTofthU-Taliiaule Booki AMERICAN ALMANAC TOIL 1851; TOON & RUTLAND, have Jnst received- t THE AMERICAN ALMANAC:. y. And Repository of ' Useful" iuiowle Ice. $r year .1854. Ui THE AMERICAN'S, OWN BOOK: -. -f Containing the Declaration of Independence; with the Liven or tho Signers ConstituUonQffjio pru ted States; the Inaugural Addrerses and First' Annual Messages ofall me Prcsldimts, from Waln'glon toj Pierce; with a Portrait of each t'rexi dent. - SCHOOL ROOKS. Comprising all tha Classical and Elementary Books, used in tne schools or the city and country. . 4 J ALSO-Papcr, Pens, Copy-Books, Slates, Int. Portfo lios, Drawing Studios. Skotch Hooks, Paints, Camels' Jlair Pencils, Ac. 13?" Orders solicited from town and country. toon Rutland! fe"22 14 Uniou "street NEW ACCOUNT BOOKS. Toon & Rutland hatejutt reetitfJ: A great variety or Wank Hooks, Pass and Memoran dum Hooks, Ac, which they oDer at very reasonable prices. 1 feb22 TOON A RUTLAND. HARPER TOR FEBRUARY: TOON A RUTLAND, have received Harpers Magazine for February. Hack numbers supnlid to new subscribers. feb2L REMOVAL. JOHN YORE & CO., Uooksellers, Stationers and Book binders; have removed to the cemer of Union and Cherry StrecU, opposite tho Hank of Tennessee. Thankful lor past favors, we solicit a continuation of tho samo in-our new Pjaco. v fj-u&S '51 nOT CORN". ' Life Scenes in New Yorkllliistratcd. Including tho story or Utlla Katy, Madalina, the. 'Rag Picker's Daughter, Wild Maggie, Ac, with original de signs, engraved by N. Orr. Tho New York Independence says : "We would much rather be the unostentatious author of 'hotcorn' than the brilliant idol of a fjlfe and perverted taste, whoprostitulcd talent, genius and morality In tho' production of Don Juan." A portion of the sales ol this work is devoted to tho best objects charity. For sale by t JOHN YORK & CO, Uooksellers, Comer or Union and Cherry streets, ppposite tbe Hank ot Tennessee. feb23. SWAN'S REPORTS VOLUME 2. Reports or the cases arzued and determined in the Su preme Court or Tennessee, during tho years 1832-3, by William O. Swan, State Reporter. For sale by jan23'54 JOHN YORK A CO; Uooksellers, corner Union and Cherry streets, opposite; the Hank or Tennessee. BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONARY. Ledgers, Journals, Cash and Dav-BooUs, Invoice and Record Hooks Medium, Deni. and Cap, in full sets, or every style or ruling and binding, some handsomely paged, and warranted or the be&t paper. Stcambont Books : Freight and Passage Books, Cabin Register Cash Hooks, Receiving Hooks, Wood Receipts, General Receipts, Portage Hooks, Time Hooks, ledgers. Journals, and every other article to fit out any oilice. Letter, Bill and Foolscap l'npcr : Hills or Lading, Railroad Receipts, Check Hooks on the various Hanks, Treasury Blotting Paper, Ink, Steel and Cold Peas, Faher Pencils, Sand and Sand Boxes. For sale by jan25 JOHN YORK 4 CO. Third Vol. tJreenleal" Evidence : JOHN YORK 4 CO. lor sale by S wim n's Tennessee Reports : For sale by JOHN YORK A CO. . swann s fteconq volume will be ready in a lew ilays. DnuyPockct Remembrance for 1851 : Containing an Almanac, Time Table", a blank ppace, or memorandum for any day in the year. For sale by jan25 JOHN YORK II CO. old l'ens. JOHN YORK 4 CO. have just received a variety or superior t!o!d Pens, the best aud cheaicst ar ticle ever ottered for sale in Nashville. Evkut Pax War ranted. jan25 HARPERS' MAGAZINE. Harper lor February, just received, for sale bv feb21 'bi CHARLES W. SMITH. NEW BOOKS. CONCLUSION, Count Christobal; or Sequel to Lord Saiondale, com pleteby Reynolds. The second volume of "COUNT CHRISTOBAL" a Sequel to "Lord Saiondale-is now roady. The first volume or this spirit-stirring Romance was read with continually increasing interest, from the first to the last chapter, and all who hare read.it will be anxious to read and still more delighted iu the perusal of this, the closing volume. Forsaloby F. HAG AN. feb225t 'D'lSRAEU'S NOVELS IN CHEAP FORM; ".Mi riam Alroy, a Romance of the Twelfth Century; by B.D' Israoh. "Contamin Hemmg, an autobiography, by D' Israeli, Tho Youne Duke, by D'Israeli.- iust received br feb22'54 F. HAOAN. "DASHES OF AMERICAN HUMOR;" by Howaad Paul. "Au amusing collection of characteristic talcs and sketch es, that we think infinitely Miperinr to many or Sam Slicks's similar efforts." London 'Jlirus. "The American School of Humor is Sui gtneri, and "The Dashes" are very excellent specimens or easy, rat tling vivacious writing of this class. lenlley' MisctUany. fel22 F. HAGAN. "THE RYE HOUSE PLOT; by Reignolds. "John, or. is a Cousin in hand, worth two Conuts in the Bush; by Enie- he Carlen.forsale by F. HAGAN. leD"J3 THE AMERICAN ALMANAC, for 1S54; a supply just received by F. HAGAN. leu-ia o BOOKS AND STATIONERY FOR THE SPRING TRADE. F. HAGAN, Market st; would respectfully call attention of tho trade to his extensive assoitment or Books and Sta tionery, which in part embrace a largo assortment or Common and Classical School Books; together with an endless collection ofMedical and Miscellaneous publications. leoia J. LETTER AND CAP PAPER. An assortment or 1000 Reams; Bonnet Boards; Slales; Pencils; Ink; Sand; Warers; Drawing, Surveying and Math ematical Instruments; Ink-Stands, Ac, Ac Also, BLANK AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS, or all styles and Bind ing, all or which have been selected with great care, and will be sold at lowest prices, Merchante, traders and oth ers, are most respectfully invited to give me a call, beforo purchasingelsewhero. lenia t. HAtJAN. ELL Alt ARN WELL. F. HAGAN, Market st, has just received ELLA BARN WELL ; A Historical Romance or Border Lire ; by Emer son Bennett ; author or Prairie Flower; Leni Lcoti; Forest Rose; Mike Fink; Viola; Clara Moreland ; ForgoJ Will; Traitor; Female Spy; Rosalie Du Pont; Fair Rebel; Ac. tOO just received the trade supplied by feblO F. HAOAN. BULWER'S NEW NOVELS IN CHEAP FORM. LAST DAYS OF POMPEII; ALICE; ERNEST MALTRAVERS; PELHAM ; EUGENE ARAM ; Bound in paper. Price 25 cts. each, or five for fl. For sale by F. HAGAN. IeblO; THE OLD DOCTOR; Or, Stray Leaves from my Jour nal. Being Sketches r the motf interesting reminiscences or a retired Physician. iK"p iMJ'rtts. "Tho Physician, more than any other man. hns tho on- poriuuilr Ul aiuujriu uiu iiuuinii iiuiiu, in uines wjieu an false pretensions are thrown aside. In these sketches, tho reauer lsuiirouuccu ui u varieiy ui cuaraciers, ponrayea under various ciicumtances. In health and insickess. in prosperity. and iu adversity, and each clucacter is ilih- CaU'iyanu grapuicaiiy puniojcu. tunes. r or sale py r iiaua.. (iEOLOh'Y. F. HAGAN. Market street, has juit received another supply or Lyell's PRIXCIPLIvS AND ELEMENTS OF lll.Ol.UUY. ?iew American l.jiuon, wrun pnees re duced. nnnt'V'j I t ivv'.c KlilU" fill? l.'l.'111'll l." ur.i Conlaininc asnlendid Steel Lnjiravinsr. aud Colored t ash- on i laies; aiso, oo imki buiuuugs. nm.iinuu -ir- ccived, aud single copies sold by ian23 '54 Market street O II I RTS. Received tlnsday a largesupply or Shirt O witli various style or Collars, sucb as Byron, Pans .Mode, and standing Collars, tor sale by feb22 MVERS AMcGILL SILK AND SATIN CRAVATS. T UST received a lot or handsomo Silk and Satin Cravats, plain black and fancy colors, lor sale by fb22'54 MVERSAMcGILL. FA.Nl!V '! itir ivi im.' vl ill'ils'. TUST received a fiue supply or elegant Fancy colored IYPP.5 Hfr-flll.T. ' Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing StoreyNo. iB Col lege street, .... . feb22'54." '- XJARGEj' AUCTION SALE . OE GENTLEMEN'S ' CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, ?jr 3?. il b r 0 o k rM r. ' TaTE will sell on the 17th day tT MARCH, without re V V serve, the largest and best selected Stock ofSPlUNO AND SUJIilliR CLOTHING ever 6fiered la this market: rousing clover. TWENTY THOUSAND GARMENTS, entirely new, and Manufactured in tha latest and most APPRQVD:STYLES. z Country Merchants are solicited to examine this Stock, where they will find everything In' the way oT gentlemen's wear, suited ,to their trade. Our Stock comprises also a complete assortment of FINE GOODS, suited to City trade. " r-ilbkockway: Nashville, Feb. 11, 135i ' No. 71, Public Square. FUTURE SALES. FRIDAY,.,. .MARCH, '17. . , friday!V:V,.V"VJ1"V.V.V.V.V.V.. may, 19. friday,,.!-....-.. .... june, 10. ' terms 01 sale. All sums of $200 and under Cash. . " S500 6 months. - . a, a u iooo 8 " - - ' "'520006 " withprivilegeori2 interest after C months; jiapcr must bo satisfactorily endorsed, pay able in oilc of the Banks in Nashville. febll dwAtxwtd. ' L AEG-E AUCTION SALE BY J. P. BUNTOKT. March 7th. Sib A Sth: at which time I shall offer a rrAotji. wn ittiv nT SnnnX (linn tnn Krt fitimY in nnr .ni,a west, consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, Hats, Bonnets, Ac My Slock being so laie, I shall only enumerate some of the leading articles, to wit: Blue, brown and black Cloths; Fancy Satinetts, of all co lors; Tweeds of all description; Jeans of all qualities; French Dnip Do Etto; Queens Cloth, plain, Plaid and Fancy Alpa cas; Herage DeLane; Silk Tissuei;iGrenadines; Figured, brown, black, and Fancy Silks; French and American Lawns; French Hobos; French aud American Ginghams; Jackouet; plain and Figured Swiss; plain and dotted Mull Muslin; Victoria Lawns; Cambricks; Crape Shawls; brown and bleacbed Linen; Linen Diaper; black nud i Fancy Silk. Yelrct; Vestings, black and fancy figured Satins; blue, Greenland Brown Berage; Sumner cshngs of all kind:); British and American Prints; Wheeling and Pillow Case Linen; black and brown Domestic; bleached- and brown Drill; black end colored Cambrics; black and colored Satin; Jean?; French and American Cottonades; Nankeens; plain and Twill Linen pant Goods of all grades; Crimson Da niask; Ticking. Check and Hickory Snipe, Scotch Diaper; Silk, Linnen and Cut!on Lace, aud Edgings Bonnet and Cap Ribbon; Figured and plain Bobinets; bilk and Lace Mantila; Silk, Linen and Cotton Ilank'fs;' Gingham, do; brown and bleached table Claths; Silk, Linen and Cotton lime; do half lime; Silk, Linen aud Cotlon Gloves, and Mitts; black and finer Cravats; Linen and Cotton Shirts; LUck and colored Sewing Silk; Linen Tapes and Bob bin; Combs of every description; Pins; Needles; Port Mo nies; Buttons or all kinds; P.irasols and Umbrellas; Riding Buggy Whips; Carpet Bags and Satchels, Soaps; Cologne; and Jiair Oil; Pocket and table Cutlery. Spring Balances; Tea and Table Spoons; Spectacles; Bonnets or all qualities; Silk, Fur and Wool HaL; Shirts and Drawers; eight day and thirty hour Ciocl-s double and single bartcl Guns; Pistols; Fiddles; Looking Glasses, Ac, Ac; J. F. DUNTON. O. For, Auctioneer. feb23 M TIME SALE OF GROCEKIISS, TOBACCO, ON Tuesday, 3th February, we will sell in front ol our Stole, a very large stock ofGROCEKlES, LlQUOItS, TOl! A.CCO, Ac, on time, to wit: 150 hhds Sugar, comprising different lotsof very fine to good medium; 75 bbls Molasses; 200 half bbls do; 200 bags Coll'ee; 25 bbls Loaf Sugar; 29 do Crushed Sugar; 15 do Powdered do; 5 Original chests G P and Imperial Teas; 2C do do" " do , do do; SO do do do do do; 75 boxes Star Candles best brands;' 8-Ceroons S. F. Indigo; 12 bbls superior Dutch Madder; 00 do bet Cincinnati rectified Whisky; 20 do old Monongahala do; 15 do old Kye do; 10 do American Brandy; 8 Eighth caks Cognac Brandy: 20 boies extra fine Olaret Wine; 20 Hampers Cliampagne do 25 boxes genuine French Cordials; ALSO A large invoice tr Virginia Tobacco Among which arc some hue lots, to be sold positively to close ship- menu: HH boxes "Charles Bowdilch" 100 lb boxes; 1)1 100 81 30 11 43 14 16 50 do do do do do do do do Kobt Morris" i lb plugs 100 lb boxes; do 100' do; "Tolley Ray" James Rohu ll.SUnler ' Oscar Rnel Peter 1'ailey Gcorce Richard son 100' do' do' do ' do ' uo; do; do; do; do; do; do' ilo Warwick, Otey A Co, La Belle" very su perior cnewitig; fC do Sally Ward 25 lb boxes sun. chewing; M "do 10 lb do do do; 43 do do 4 lb do do do; CO do Grand Dad's Twist, CO lb boxes very sup. chewincr: 10,000 Regalia Cigars, various brands, some very Unc With a irreat varitty or otlier uoods, intended to make a general assortment for retail dealers. Country merchants and city dealers are invited to attend this talc All turns of'f'OOand under that amount, cash will be re quired, and tornl! suins over J200 four months credit will ie given, aim on uii nutes niuiuui i:ac-umiuu, t;wu unu isfacton' endorsers, payaLle in me of ibe banks, will be re quired. DAVIS A SWANN. SUPKIM-'INE FAMILY FLOIIIt. JUST ivccived50bbls 'Brauhauis' sujierior family Flour, an article approved by all ho use it. Iel s- jmiwaoiia..'. TIME SALE OF GROCERIES AT AUCTION, nv II. S. FRENCH. ON FRIDAY , the 3d orilnrch,at lo o'clock A.M. I will oiler for sale at Auction, in front of my Store on Mar ket street, a largo aud well selected stock of G ROCK KIKH, Conpttshig inraitas follows: 100 hhds Prime Sugar, 100 bags Rio Coffee; 5o bbs I,oaf. Crushed and Powdered biisar; 100 doz. Pnt'ed Wat. Buckets CO bags assort. Cot. Yarns; 100 casks suixir Carb Soda; ou boxes not f lasits; 100 bbls Molasses; juo icmijnuns, ussorieu; 50 doz Brooms; 50,000 Regalia Cigars; 50,000 Melee do; 75 boxes Va. Tobacco, y. b.: 100 4 " do; ri0 boxes Star Candles; 50 do Tallow do; 60 do No. 1 Palm Soap; 5 bbls best Dutch Madden 25 do Kentucky Tob acco; 2t0gros Matches, woodbox; 50 bags fine Salt; 800 kegs assorted Nails; 50 bbls Flour; 23 bagsrpice; ion ao uecunea huiskv; 25 do Pepper; 50 do American Bra ndy; 100 Reams Wrapping Paper; 3 casks Port Wine; 5 bbls llnmslone; zouoisn. jh. uo; 50 bbls Bourbon and Monougahela Whisky; 5 do Alum. 5 casks Cherry Brandy: Together with all olhec articles usually kept iu the Uroce ry line. lioods put up m quantities io sou purcuaiers. Terms made known on the day of sale 11. S. FRENCH. v B. Persons bavin;: goods to be closed out will please send the samo in early rnday morning, witn invoice. feb26 '51 IIONDS FOR SALE. rrVIlE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company will I noiu lueir Iiuuua w ulcuiiiuuui ui sooVfVW iui sale Ul Nashville, tor the next is ilays. These Bonds are at 20 and 23 years, with Coupons at tached, fo hair yearly payment of interest iu Now York. They have tho endorsement or giuranly of the Slate or Tennessee lorpnucipai unuiiuoresi, aim aie uume a usis for issuing notes to the entire amount of the Banker's Cap ital, by tlie uompiroiier, uy a laieacioi ine legislature now in session. Parties wishing to invest will find no safer security; and thosewishing to Bank, under the free Banking Law, can nowuso the entire amount ol tnoir capital in luese bonus. V. Jv.STKVr.-SU.N, President N. A C. R. R. Company. N. A C. R. R. office, Nashville, Feb. 21, 54 -10t- IjA1IES' DRESS At WALKING SHOES. RAMA GE & CHURCH, 42 COLLEGE STREET. TT AVE received a few cases of their spring tjtock, con- Jl sistmgol: Ijidies Uurosa Kid Slippers, plain anu trimu; do English Glove Kid Slippers; do Toilet and Bronzed, and P. C. Slippers; do Taper, White Kid and Satin Uo; do Curosoa High Buskins; , do French Lasting Slippers; Mioses Flinch Morocco Kid and Goat Nett Boots: Children's colored and Black French Morocco, and Kid Boots, and Ankle Ties; Ryan's super Satin Francaiso Gailers, plain and tip'd J r 'y-a i .T .i:..t in. .1. LorK ooies, lor juies mm ucuiieuit-u; Gents' Toilet Slippers; W hite. I-ace, Black and Bronzed Eozetts, Ac, Ac. Teb25 '54 A FEW COPIES fV that bcaatirul Song Book, SONGS FOR THE LITTLE V U.NES I AT llUJlt. Just received bv Ieb25 CHAS W. SMITH, College st -TEGROES FOR SALE. Three No. 1 young No. groSlen. 1 JInu 3 years old; 1 ' 32 " " 1 No. 1 boy 15 years old; 4 " girls, 13 to 22 years old; 2 women .50 years old, superior cooks; 1 " 40 " " ' One or the wen is a superior servant, is not sold for any ault, and will not be sold to any person living out of the county. Persons wanting good servants lor their own use would do well to give us a can. : febll '54 GLOVER A BOYD. "WANTED AT THE UNION COACH FACTORY, . . . . . j C HARNESS -Makers. 'Jj 1 Good Painter, that understands Ornamenting. 1 Coach Trimmer. 1 Bodv Maker. IRA A. STOUT. A CO.. Proprietors. febll '54 lm No. 5 Clark st, No, 8 Spring st. . Louisville, T?ch. 27. It raluTd'all day .Yester day. The river is falling, -witb .five feet on' tbe. roc&oribe falls, and nino feetTour; iricLe3" Ttf the canau CiNcisNATf,Ffeb. UT. The river liaifsllen 18 inches. iDlourG aGlO; Wbtsk-y a J; JSo. Lard H- t . 1 New YouK.Fob,27. Cotton lias advanced onr curhtli. Flour dccHnCl' six to twelve centi. S 25 a 8 31; "Rib CoTee 11 J; Corn 88 a 91; Pork un- cauigetl. CQMiMEKCIAL. i " ' ' " v NasnviiXK, Feb. 28. The river is still rising,-with nine-feet water on Harpclh shoals. Weathcrclondyv ' Corros, Nothinzdoneid cotton veslerday none offeredi for sale.'-- " " TpBACco.jrtOne h'.id, sold at Johnson, Homo & Co.'s at 4 90. i STEAMBOATS. ARRIVED. Feb. 2C Twinn City, Pittsburg; Cumberland Valley, Cincinnati; 27 Luella, Paducahj " Odd Fellow, St Louis; , ' ' , Castle Garden, Pillsbnrg; " 4 K iloward. New Orleans: ,;."" Beauty Padueah; Sallie West, St. Louis.' DEPARTED. Feb. -20. Nashville, New Orleans; ' 27. Luella, Padncah; Odd Fellow, St. liOuis; Hartsville, Waitsboro". SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTKU3IENTS. STRETCH A ORR have just received perhaps the largest and best-assorted lot of Surgical and Dental Instru ments ever brought to this city, and as they aro selling them at a small advance upon Eastern cost. Persons needing anything in the above line will find it t3 their in terest to give them a call. They consist in part or the fol lowing, vie ExtraFine Reverse Scarificators; do do Pbin do; Physicians Pocket Case or Instruments, (spring back.) Amputating Instruments; Obstetrical do; r Eye do; . . Ivory A Glass Caustic Holders, ... , . - IJrinometers; ' t - Gum Lancets, 2.AS blades; Cateract and Strabismus Instruments; Scnlpels; . . Surgeons' Needles; . Tonsil Instruments; Uvula Scissors; Spring lancets; Probangs; Flexible Metalic Bongies; Ivory Handle Pluggor and Scalors; - Small Steel Drills and Burrs; do do Ercivatore; Molar and Gum Files; Bicurbids and Stump Files; Rifilee aud Plug d.; Separating and Corrundrum do; Together with a large assortment or other articles in Druiz line STRETCH A ORR. i the Wholesale and Retail Druggists' comer College aud Union sis, Nathrille. Ieb25 '54 TO COIINTltY MERCHANTS. THE subscriber invites the attention or the trade general ly, to the following list or articles, which having just reccived,heis prepared to sell at unusually reduced prices lor cash, wholesale anu retail: 50 boxes Oranges; 25 kegs Mallby's Pickled Oysters. 209 ui3 Cans fiesli Oys ters, assort, brands; ' 20 boxes Siar Caudles; 25 boxes Lemons, 15 bags Pecan Nuls; 10 bbls Filberts; 10 bbls Cream Nuts 15 bblsS. S.Ahnonds; UO boxes uneeae; 2C0 gross Golch's Mutches75,0O0 Havana Cigars ass't 100 di z Underwood's Pic- brands; kles assord sizes; 20,000 extra Pnncipe do; 20 doz English Sauces, hair Pipes French assorted; 20 bbls Cianberries; 20 quarters do: 75 boxes M R RaUins; 25 do Lager do; 10 baskets Champagne Brandy; '2 Pipes' SHplIoTnd Gin; 10 bbls Whihky; .50 bbls Walker's Ale; 20 Chests fine Teas ass't. brands. wine, asst. branus; fob25 '5i GEO GREIO, 57, Union st. NELSON'S GELATIN LOZENGES. THESE Lozenges are strongly recommended to the pub lic, particularly invalids, as they will find them re freidiing and nourishing, insiantly removing dryness of the month'and throat. Sold wholesale and retail by feb25 GEORGE GREIO. NELSON'S PATENT OFAGNE GELATINS: and Nelson's Patent refined Isinglass. Jnst received and for sale by GEORGE GREIG. frb25. THOMPSON & CO., SPRING- GOODS. WE are now in receipt or a large lot ol spring uoods, to which we iuvite tbe attention of the public gener al I v. We havean assortmeulot almost all kinds ol ncwanu ao sirable Goods. So those desirous of purchasing cannot fail to be suited, both in price and quality. SPItING SILKS. Our slock or Spring Silks is now complete, consisting in part of: 1 t i iii-i. A . ,i:r..i r-l.. do Stripes do do; do Brocade and Plaid, something new, do Plain do do; Also, some bjautiful India Check Silk, Black bilk, of ev ery variety. r.Jliillulirr.uilvi We invite the particular attention trtho Ladies to our stock or Embroideries. Maltese l-ace Chemtrcttes andhiseves; Valencia do do; do Tr m'd Jackonet Nainsook lloniton Lace do do do; do; do; do; do do do Guissure do do; Maltese do Collars, a beauhrul article; Irish Guissure do do ilo; . Jlouilou do . do . do; , ValeuciennfS do do do; Jaronet do do do: Swiss do do do: Stomachers; Also, siime line Embroidered Skirts; do ilo Infants' Bodies ; do- do Iufar.ts Robes; R Alt AG ES. A snlcndid lot or entire new styles: A rew Rich Barege Robes, orbeantiful design and hand some nnish; Sciclien Robes, handsome finl.h;' Plaid Bareges, alt styles and qualities; do Grenadine all do do do; Plain do all do do do; do Bareges all do do do; do Tissues all do do d; LACES. Valcncicnne Laces; Point Laces; Uouilou do England Thread Laces; Jaconet and Swiss Edging and Inseiting; Bemitz do do Bands; Jaconet do do Rufilings; SPRING .MANTLES. Our stock of Mamies this Spring is better than it has ev er been before, comprising a greater variety. Rich Oppligtic, Black White and colored; Uj i:k uo iiu uii uo; do Chantilly I.ace do do do; White Emb'd Muslin Mantles; a new style; SUNDRIES. Onrandv Muslins; Ijiwns; Jaconets; Brillianbi; French Chintz; Gloves; Ribbons; Hosiery, Ac, in great variety. We are einectinc daily 500 pieces ol" Irish Linen, of our own importation, direct from Ireland. extra. and lor less money man sucn goons arc usually soiu. feb-23 riiuiii nu. v uu, FOX POLIIEMUS, 59 Broad Street, Corner Beaver, New-York, Offer for Sale Vie following Heavy Cotton Fiibrics: "VTEW-ENGLAND COTTON SAIL DUCK 22 inch, all JJN numbers, hard and soft; also all the various widths of Canvass manufactured at this establishment comprising ev ery variety known to tho trade, and offered at the lowest rates. UNITED STATES PILOT DUCK oodberry and Mount Vernon Extra. A full asortmcnt of this superior fabric WILLIMANTIC COTTON DUCK 10. IS, 20 and 22 inch, all numbers, hard and soft. This frbric was awarded the highest Premium at the Iiondon World's Fair, also at our own State Fair. SHIP AND BEAR MARK DUOK-I'lain and twilled. manufactured by the Qreeowood's Company, a superior ar ticle lorngui sans, icnis, awnings, AC.: aisu, .uuuiik i cr non Twilled Ravens, Howard Ravens, Pioneer and Phoenix Mills; Light Cotton Ravens, plain 22 to 27 inch; Heavy, do. do. COTTON SAIL TWINE A full assortment. TARPAULINS, HAMMOCKS, STUFFS, Ac PAPER FELTING 30 to 72 inch, made very heavy, expressly for drier felts. CAR COVERING Cotton Canvass, all widths, from 30 to 130 inches, and all numbers, made expressly for cover ing and rooting railroad cars, is perfectly and permanently water-prooi, nnd more enduring man me car iuwu. ENAMELLING CANVASS7-8O, 83, 40, 45 and 50 inch plain and twilled, in every variety. BAGS AND BAGGING Of every description. Scam, less Bags woven whole, all size, inhales of 100 , 200 and SOO; combining strength, utility and cheapness, for grain and meal, are unsurpassed. Also, Heavy uouon toacKing, 4U men Vanvass, a inrcau Warp and Filling, heavy twilled, do. do:, 20, 22, 40, and 44 inch. "WOOL SACKS woven whole all sizes, a new and desira ble article. feb25'54 lyd. 1 UJl OVER-SHOES. We have received a few IT more cases of Gum Over-Shoes latest styles for La dies and Gentlemen. RAMAGE A CHURCH. feb22 No. 42, College st. KID GLOVES. Received tlnsday a supply ol Kid Gloves, every color, and of best finality, for sale by leb23 MYERS A McGlLli WHITE EMBROIDERED SILK & SATIN TI ES. J ust received an assortment of elegant White Embroidered Tics, suitable for party and wedding purpos es, for sale bv MYERS A McGIL . Ladies' and Oentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 66 Col lege Street, . feb23 WAR! WAMIi WITlC-tllE OLB. SYSTE3I mti ri IlllillllllSIISS llllllllllllllll I iimtiiii milium lllllllllll IIIIIIIIIII! IIIII1IIIIIIIIM llllllllllllillll llllllllllllllll HENTELB, GUILD & Co., Builders" Warcrooms & Lnmlief Yard, NO. 3C3, WEST FRONT STREET, CINCJXXATI, OHIO. rrjHIS extensive buOdlng GO by 250 foet, and six. -stories,-. JL. men, wiiu .uacninery ur maniuaitunng-rauell uoors, Sasb, A'enitian and Panell Shutters, Door and Window Frames, Mantels, Ba; Pilasters, Moulding Weather llturds. White and Yellow Pine 'Floorinir. and nl.mfil Boards for tho inside lintsh of Stores, dwelling Houses,, lllnirp-hn. in. ' Fanners and others building can .be snpplied with Lum her and Carjienter work ready jnade; fur llrick or- i'rame Houses. Our work is not niadc as most factory york with tennons luUfway througli, but is framed in the same manner as il mode by ban J, and warranted as good or better, as it' is made from seasoned Lumber and tested in a drying house. Sash primed and glazed kept on hand. I4f Orders tilled for boards and framing materials'orcv ery descrintion. TERMS CASH. 2T All orders left with H. T. Ycatman. Nashville", Ten nessee, wjll be attended to, where a bill of Prices, can be seen. ' . feb21 54 lwdlmtw ; . FEW FIR.U. 7. IT. BARNES, If J. HUTCHISON. FURNITURE, CHAIRS, Ac rplIK undersigned have purchased of lir, A. Pattikso.v h- his Stock of furniture; CHAIRS, oil cloths', CLOCKS, LAMPS, GIRANDOLES, Ac,, And will continue- the business at the old stand. Our aim will bo to please all who may favor us witlra call. "We are determin ed not to be'undcrsold, and will warrant ev ery article purchaed.of us to be of the best workmanship and finish, as we arc determin ed not to keep any article or an inferior kind. Our Mr. Hutchison beinira practical wotkman. will e:ve us$icililies in purL-hasingaud putting up .work in the mau ner it should be done. We hope to receive a good share or the custom or the citizens or N'ashville and vicinity. BARNES A HUTCHISON, reblS lm No. C, College st. A CARD. Havine sold my stock or Furniture to Messrs. Barnes A Hutchison, I respectfully solicit fur the ne.v firm a continuance or the custom I hare so liberally received from the citizens of Nashville and surrounding country, assuring thcm'Messrs. B. A IL will do their utter most to please all who may furor them with a call. leblo im A. t'AiTJitiMj.N. PRINTERS, MERCHANTS, AND PEDLARS IUA E increased and am still increasing my paper ma chinery, and am now manufacturing from to to?0 reams of printing paper daily, and can fill an onleroftwo or three hundred reams in "a eeks notice of anv of'the sizuS named below, and at ihe prices attached. The quality ot the paper will be the same as that used by all the Nashville political papers. The terms hereafter will be cash before the paper leaves the store, unless it is for sums over 200, on which ninety days to four months will be given by tbe purch.ase-s estab- lis isLincr to my satisfaction both their solreucy and prompt- ucss, icss, and givmganote payable in Bauk with ajjuod en. 'dorst-r. The following are the siz33 and pnce3' viz r 23 bv 42 at ?1 25 per ream; I 21 by 37 at t3 25 per ream; 27 by 41 at 400 " " (24 by 8-5 at 3 25 ' " 2G by S3 at S 50 " " 121 by Slat 512K" " "25 by 33 at S37K" " 23 by S3 at 000 " ' "' 21 by S3 at 8 25 " " 1 22 b) 32 at 275 " olZCS VUIJ lug IU proHiiuuii, uuiuu vaiiaiivu iu uicpiivea above for 1 ream or 1,000 reams. Printers in St. Louis and Memphis are referred to mv nrices. Ac. Freieht from Nashville to either lwint ranires from SO to 40c ner 100 during the boating season. Januarys W.S. WH1TEMAN. MERCHANTS AND PEDLARSj-RAGS AVANTED. 1AM paying three cents per lb, cash, for all the cotton and linen RAGS 1 can get, delivered at my paper and rag warehouse on the sqnaie. No tnerchantor pcdlarnw! HnT any fearsof selling me all the rags tliey bring at the highest price. It is the interest and amy oi uiemercnani to uuy rags, for it creates and draws a cnsiom he otherwise would not get, and he puts to use that which would otherwise go to wa3te. Some silly persons consider it a disgrace lo save rags. They are ignorantof the fact that the product horn rags has done more to advance the happiness of mankind than any other one thing known hi the aits ot man, and there are thousands of intelligent men who are not aware of the in calculable advantages they would bestow upon a growiirg up family by saving their rags, and ilh them orthsir pro ceeds pay tor a good 7uwq)ert inai uieir cuuureu wuuiu learn to read with avidity, and gather trom it a ho3t of in formation in which ourwell being is associated. janS W.S.WH1TEMAN. A CARD. HAVING withdrawn from the tirm or A. B. A C. W. ROItKKTSO.V. and associated myself with Mr. J AS. N. BRADSII AW, in the Boot and Shoe- trade, I solicit the Iiatronage of mv old friends, and hope they will gire RO tERTSON A BRADSHAW a call, No. 14 College street, Nashville. C. W. ROBERTSON. fobl2 lm c. w, aonsttisos. JAMKS X. BRADSIUW. RORERTSON AND RRADSILAW, 2VMr BOOT AND SHOE STORE, No. 14, Collego Street, Nashville. TTTP nw nckvr nnpntntr nn rntlrR now stock or V VV HOUT.S. SllUliS. TKU.NIvS, ALilt, CARPET BAGS. At. direct from the best Phila delphia and New England Manufacturers, hich we pnv ft- i,.t-. i. t t..:i pose t-eiiuig &b iioicsam una jieian, rOR Casu, and in calling attention to our stock, which has been carerully selected, we feel confident that we can, and will sell as low 33 similar articles can be purchascd.in the city. Our stock consists in part ot ileu s super v;auanu ivip ins; Gentlemen's Cloth Congress and Lasting Gaiters; Gentlemen's Low quartered Patent and Calf Shoes; Ladies' plain and tipped Lasting Gaiters; , ' " Kid and Morocco Boots; " Wiite Kid Gaiters and Slippers; " Black Satin Gaiters; . . " Embroidered Bronzed Kid Slipr-crs " Black Kid . dor ' " lasting Slippers and Metallic Robber Shrpcrs and Sandlersr Misses Black and Bronz Lasting Gaiters; " Kid and .Morocco Bootees. t Also, a good assortment of children and infant's Shoes and Boots. . ... Persons wishing topnrchase will find it lo their ra terestto eiveourstock an cxaminatinn. rebl2-lm ROBERTSON BRA PSHAW. rpiIOSE DEAUTII'UI. PIPES. 1 hate just re JLccivedalotoltheniostbeautifulMEERSCHAUJI PIPES ever brought to the western" country. I invite gentWmen to call and cxamiue them, at the sign of the little INDIAN, comer if Cherry and Cjdar streets. feb7 '54-tr J. MOORE. REMOVAL. tttk have removed to that magnificent Store Room on VV College st., where we are now opening many en tirely new and bcautUul Spring Goods. J W. A. A J. O. McCI-ELLAND, fob21 '54 No. 5;J, College st. RICH GOODS. A N elegant lot and plain, new lserages, nit colors; Lluliys, AC, AC. RIUEONS AND GLOVES. A complete assortment ofthe.best KidGlnnes, Gentle men's and Ladies'. Some very handsomo Ribbons, and many other (roods, to which we will be adding contantly. b w. a. a j. g. McClelland, feb21 No. 53, College st. OYSTERS ! OYSTERS ! I Received per steam er Statesman luO Cans Fresh Baltimore Oysters in ICE. Warranted fresh and good. N. B. Fresh Peaches put up Hermetically scaled. Sniced and Pickled Oysters at cost. 1 J MMiirtiiM Mir.i.wn fcb21 A sent. No. ' Public Square, next to Bell's Exchange. A YOUNG LADY FROM THE EAST DE SIRES to procure a situation as a teacher or .Music on the Piano or Vocal in a female seminary. She would ac cept the situation or a private instructor in Music, Orna mental Needle-Woik, and all the branches or an English Education. Satisfactory testimonials of character and Qualifications will be afforded. Address this oflice, post- paid. tfeb24 '54-2W OOK AT THIS. Having taken Out License un der the new corporation law, we are now prepared to sell negroes on Commission, and will make liberal cash ad vances on ,,'egroes left with us for sale, and pledge ourselves to obey instructions, unless it be to separate families. Light orten likely girls wanted. DAUP-S A POUTER, feh24'54 No. S3 Cedar street. T ECEIVED PER STEAMER RESCUE : XV 50 bbls. CloverSeed; 100 bbls Flour; 500 bacs Buck Wheat. Flour. For sale low for cash by ffob2i CHAS. J. CLACK. LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEKD3. For 1851. T HAVE received a lanrc stock tf the above feeds, and I am selling at rates reasonable enough to please all who aro in want. The stock left over last 3 ear was very large, consequently there are very few fresh seeds In the market, but if you want u genuine article call at 3 h W. II. GRAY'S feb24 '54 Drug Store, Corn. Broad and Market f K ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD ! A ND 60 lbs. of Soap for 75 cents, con be nude, by pur- r cuasinir one ot uobbil s cans 01 rotasii. a bran new article in this market, 500 or which have been sold in the last two weeics. r or saie oniy Dy n.r. 111..11, feb24 '54 Cor. Broad and Market st. as NION TOPS. 20 barrels just received and for salo 1 .1' T - Ml I 1" feb25 '54 Cor. Broad and Market sts. STRAAVRERRY VINES. .A-.HAVE made arrancements to supply the citiiens-of JC Nashville with the superior Strawberry V'ine, grown by Mr. Henry Driver, consisting 01 several cnoice Tar.eue, drawinirs or which mav be seen at my store. Orders left one day will be promptly filled tho next inomiug. 1 ii' J.G.BBOWN, '' feb24'54 ' " " "48 College street TTArniVKVllil r. ; A small auantitr jtt!"t received v "r"it:cr: " " -.j: g. bbown ASPARAGUS ROOTS. ealeby feb24'54 4 '000 ou hand ' and for ' J.G.BROWN. FAIiir & C3TJNNINGHAM So. AT. C0L1EGE STREET. a 3NTo.s;3bL-s7-iXlo 37oiajo.Or5ioo, DiirtMmporim anil Dealers in " CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, HOUSE BUNS MATERIALS, AND GENERALLY, HAVE now on hand an extensive assortment of HARD-1 WARE ofevery description, and would invite the at tention of all MERUH ANTS-vwi ting Nashville for supplies to gfr them a call before iwrchasing- 1 Bathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, received at the highest ?Sric.t.,Uf "change for GOODS or In payment of ACCOUNTS. fan It tf. - TO MERCHANTS, DRESSMAKERS AND MILLINERS. Establishment for French and English Designs or every, - Variety of Fashioaable Costinne. M"S H S WLEE wilt open. Marclilst.lS5. 1 . " l.0,Bfyr.?.,ecol,,',u'tSk'"s. Indies ma; depend on finding at this esUUishment trtrv te Utti a fjon ok tlpearr. The Patterns are cut m Tissue lC per, trimmed and put together as to be mode. TERMS I'OtT SUCSttUBSRSL Eight Patterns, four times a year ' ". .'J'sin ro Seven " tn ice a year - - . ' C Co Six - - ." oncfiavear -- ..-. . 1V1 rmefs ror, sixotx PATTEnsx Uadies ISonncl l.or, 51 V Children s Dresses, '- - 50 Full Dres-t, ' 1 25 Over lUsones. - .50 Mantles. - - - 50 Sacks. - .... r,o Jackets, - 50 Bonnets and Hats, - - 75 Dress Bodies, -. - -50 Sleeves and Aprons, each, 25 TO MERCHANTS MrsSiintce's Patteriw are in- valiiable, as therefve them the style or Trimmimrto be worn',' Irf(tmaltrs can procure Four Different Stvlcsof Dre'sifbrUo, uhilo a single Pattern-Dress would cost live times that amount. OUR CHILDREN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is now complete, of entirely new shapes and designs, which she lifers' HlntttaU and Kttail lower than can be bought elsewhere. InlantV, Boys' and Misses" Cloaks; Bonnets. Caosand Sacks: Blankets. Basuuts. Ac. cmbroi- dcied and plain. All or Jtffs pre-paid, sent by mail within two days after receipt oforder. MILS. II. G. SUPLEE. 21S Chestnut St.,(2d floor,) opposite Girard House Phila delphia. ifeb22'54-2w DR. KELLOGG, HOHXEAPATHIC PHYSICIAN, Omen CoKNES'SuuxKit axo Uxiox Streits. I") ESIDEN'CENo. 2 Summer street, next door Lut one to , Odd Fellows' Mali. Cases of Remedies and Books for family use ennstiaflrnn hind. Hants iin KADIES' PUMP AND TH1C1CSOLE FRENCH, MOROCCO, AND HID ROOTS. LADIES French, Morocco, and Kid Welt WalkmgShoes do Italian Cloth. Satin, Tip'd and plain dor do Kid Slipiier. plain and tine: do French lasting Welt ExceKiors; do Fiench Monaco SliM-crs: Misses "and Children's thick s-W Boolees. Jnst oncn- ed by RAMAGE A CMIIUr.il. !i-bll 42 Ctillt-ge street. LADIES' RONNET .EOXES. WE have put received another lot of Ladies" Bonnet Bues, Mii"leand double top. RAMAGE a church, febl 1,74 42 College street. JIJSTRECCIVIIU-A FINE ASSORTJ1ENT of Gentlemen's furnishing goods, togetlicr with eve ry description of Cassimere-i, Vesting and Cloths. Ex perienced cutlers and workmen are employed at my estab lishment, and gentlemen cau rely on baring their apparel 'made when promised, aud in tlie most fashionable manner; Caltat T.J. HOUGH'S, j in2 1 '.It Cedar street- A :i).-l)r. T. W. CONNER. Physio-Paihie. or Botanic Physician, bavins returned from a recent visit, of business to California, aipua offers his Medical Ser vices to tlie ADlicted Public, trusting tho general salisfac tion he lias heretofore given will restore him his former liberal with increased Patronage. Office on the corner of Uuion and Summer streets; Resi dence 27 Summer sticet, between Broad and Church. febT''l Sin. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THE firm of WM. MILLER CO, Merchants at Chapel Hill, Marshall Countv, Tennessee, have this day dis solved their copartnership. Miller and Furaun baring imrchase.l tlie interest ol their copartner. John R. Jones, iuve exclusive -authority to settle the business of the firm F,b $. '51,-3w. WM. MILLER A CO. A CARD. To inK Votksj ov TESxnsStE. The undersigned re spectfully announces himself tn the voters of Tennessee, as a cand;datefortho office or Attorney General and Reporter for the State. JOUN L. T. SNEED. tblSf. B. A vr. of Shelby County. EAST FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. BY J. G. POINTS. References. Hon. A. IL IL Stuart, Slanton, Va. Dr. Jack Shackelford. Courtland, Ala. . Hon. J. J.Ormond, Tuscahiosa, Alabama. Dr. J. Purice, Mobile, AU J.J. McMahon, Esq.. New Orleans. Col. U. C. Burnett. ) B.M. Bradford, Esq., V lion. S. Adam.v J Hon. J. A. Wilcox, I . Aberdeen, Miss. .J. A. Wilcox, I ..,- . Hoiu II. S Focte. f ""'"'FP'. Tampa, Florida, Jan.24 "5t-1y. -VTOT1CE THE CREDITORS OF SAM'L i. 1). STEWART, deceased are notified to file their claims against said deceasetl legally auLlienticatcd with the Clerk ot the County Court, ol H ickman County, Tennessee, on or before the lfith day of June next, in older that a Divis ion Pro rata may be made. or they will be foiever barred. JOHN W. UUDDLESTON, fob StwA Administrator. ilTASTEl) -TO HIRE. A Wet Nurse, withoota '' 1 -1 1 r . 1 T.I. - ;,, 1 4 1 . . I I Cllliu, lur which any price win ucpaiti. vupiyiu fobS '5 1 GLOVElt i BOYD. 17011 SALIC Alarge BRICK HOUSE with S rooms, 1 Ac., No. 2i Vine street, between Church and Broad. Anply at No. 03 Cherry street, to Jt. W. BRO WN, jm!2 Agent. 1JOX ORANG liS. W Ixixey Oranges; IU boxes JL lemons; bacs English Wainuts. It--eited this day. jrebl JOUN NKCON.Jr. lRACKNEL RlSCIllT. 5u boies Cracknel Bis- cuits, teceivcd this day. feblu . JOHN NIXON. Jc QMYRNA FIGS. SOO Drums line Smyrna Figs, re o-ired this day. feblO JOHN NIXON, Jb. OYSTERS. 50 kegs Pickled Oysters at ier keg; 140 doz Cans Fresh do at '1 oc per Can, Itcccived this day, and warranted good. jan29 54 JOHN NIXON.jr. IIIEAP ItltlLVD. Kiunilies wih find itto their ad- i vanuige uuy -1 ureau iicKeisiori. jan29 '5t JOHN NIXON, jr. REAIITIFUL RUILDING LOTS FOR SA LK TTTE have for sale, several beautiful bnilJini: Iits. VV 011 and near the Franklin Turnpike, near the the first Toll-gate, contaiuing from four to twelve u- crcsof hind, some of tueni well timbered and all eligibly ni well I LI.VDSLI situaled. Apply lo fcb22 lm .KV A CHOCK ETT, No. 33, College st. WALL PAPEK! HAM PAPER!! I1AIND. a fine assortment of V French and American l'ar Hangings for Parlors, HalN, Dining Rooms. Chambers. Ac. AIO, a lirge lot of cheap unglaud l'apers, borders. Fire Screens, Window Curtains, Ac , at KLAGAS A COItBEY, Naihrille Wall Paper Siore, No. Ciillegest j. B. Paper Haiigingpromptlyatteuded to, warranted done in the best manner. an2y 'St j CTIANCIIRY SALE. XN pursuance of a decree of tie Chancciy Court at Nah ville. madeiu the case of Jacob McGavOrk and others. complainants, against V. K. Stevenson and others defen dants, i snail procceit to soil at puniic auc.ion, nt tl.e Cjtirt-llonsein hashville, unless previously sold at prirate sale, on Saturday the first day of April next; that valuable tract 01 belonging 10 tlie estate ol llug.i YV. jlcUa- voek, dee'd (or so much as may bo necessary to pay the j.i.i.i 1 : t . :i 1 ..1 v. i...:n- .' 1 -.A r ueui ivuig nuouk uiiu luitu untiw u.-iinit, uiui aujiiiung me lands or J.vs.inaer iictiavocir, aim nr. lfcivid S. -Mc-Garock. 1 1 n ill be wild ou a credit of one. two and three ears. with interest. Notes with good security iavablc in Hank, and a lien retained on tlie property till payment or the notes. Sold without redemption. The land is laid off in I-its In suit purchasers. JACOB McGA VOCK, It una lnntce. SEQUOYAH IIOUSL'. DR. H. ROBERTSON having leased fora term or years this commodious and centrally Io- cated House, situated 011 the corner or Summer ii and Church streets, convenient to the Railroad Depot, H now premie J to accommodate me travelling pnbiic, anu from fifty to one hundred day boarders, lib pledges him. self to give entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage, lebJB inwawti TtTOR SALE. A desirable lot in South Nashville con i' taining from 6 to b acre, corner of Franklin street and T. A A. R. R , near the Depot a beautiful site, Shado Trees, Ac Said lot would ruaKe a line uncr 1 aro. Also,abcantifullotin Sooth Nashville, corner orSum mer and Oak streets. Apply at No. 6Syt Clierry St.. to K. W. UKO-, feboj; Real Estate Agent. CLOVE ONIO.-V SETS. i -r BUS1IE1S Clove Onion Sets. Jut received and for 1 sale low, by STRETCH A ORlt, Wholesale aud Retail Druggists, cor. Collegt A Union sts feb!4 THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. OFFICE on Cedar street, adjoining the Post Oilice, and opposite the Verandah, will insure on the mutual priu--...in rt,m.. Merchandize, Acagainst Loss or Domain by Fire-'stcamboats on any of the Western waters against the Hazards of Inland Nayigatin,nnd the Cargoes of Vessels of ere'ry description against me reriu ax me beas and lUvers. Alsj.'the IJvesof persons In good health, fur a single year, fir a term of years, or during life. Also, Banknotes trans mitted ncr mail. All persons having theirlives or property insured in this inut uion, are eiuuieu 10 aiun participation in all me proi itsvvitbout any liability to loss beyond tbe'amountof Pre miums which they may piy. M. S. PILCHER, President, - J. B. JOHNSON, 1ce President. C. J. F. Wharton', Secretary. ' Janl . --ii THE, NASKVUJ ..WAXITFACTBXrjfe THIS estaUudtttent is now provided with MseWswsai.'? T00K comtkt artLTaJLi -a- il' folloWaVr" !JKepref . x. RAILROAD MACHINHRY. hnch a ZjKomni,ce4 forPis.ur and Freferht TraiM. Passenger, Kieight. and Repair cScoWtefeAJalrt every description of w6fk aiWhwteffiE ' sm.rNGis&; Boat anJstationaiy-from a ,to joo horse-powep-wHto boilenioCthe hesijotiuw Iron. " SAWMILLS. JIacf rinery complete for fitting trp Sash or Circular Hn cemplcte, with the newest and moot approved modes. . .GRIST MILLS Engintt and Machinery made for all sues, coiapleie; to. getherwith MacliineryJorSugariliHsaad Cotton Gins; al so Machinery foe Blast Furnaces, embracing Out Iron CWv iuditt for blast, Ac ROLLING MILLS. Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for Roil ingMills complete made at shortest notice. . BRASS ANI I RON CASTING. Orany descrintion. with sliaflinir. mill tfnmr. nler wheels, cast iron Bank vaults, Ac, made, .to order. Address Jous Thoiihiox. jtuwL (who Uanractusl mA- clienist) or the undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON, jun-i ly b. i-resiaent.-w ' SPRINQ GOODS. Spring Importations, 9 c ,-; ,1 O J 'Jt 9 BY L. B, PIT E, CO NO. 9, COLLEGE STREET. WEoffrr to the trade a largo and "handsome stock ot Spiinsnnd Slimmer Dry Goods, purchtied or inipoiicn and manufocturrrs upon the most liberal ailrantagcons terms possible for any bouse. Being nnjer smalt expens- and Having received our goods at Uw freigMs. nep!el?p'o.nselres:t! gire burers all the advantages It ?,.'T,?.t?cJ.au-r? lho ,riiJe hat we will- make it LAIlf.UA their luteresl to inuine our stock before buyin- e Isevrliete. Iu our suickwe presect every grade of Lad, Goods, known m the market, iu parlicuJ.r cor stock ofrine Lerrgcs; Black &od Fancy SilksVSilfcTissoe. Berege Delanes, Cokiml Jackonet -, Swissc- pntsob; Fran; Lawn Olli: n il-.; 1 .u 1 .itiits; r-iuuruiuriru QWiyM; lap; Inside asd sTdtf Collars; Underslecves; Straw, Giuip, Bru tail :e Bonnets trimmed and untrimuinL Lace Ourstock oOeiiij, TweetK Satinets. DraDd' Ele. Blk and Fancy Cloths, Casimcres, Linens, Cotiouodes, and va riety department u compUta thn.ughout, to which wa er ne.-tly solicit thcatteutiunci tho trade. foblH L.FITECO. mzw WIlOLIiSALE HOUSE. GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SHOES, HATS. STRAW GOODS, TR UN fCS A ND CA 11 PET BA QS, No. 30 Public Square, Nashville, Term. WE are opening an entfrely new, and very large stock or the above goods io vhicli we respectfully call tho. attention of all merchants visituig Nashville. Wo will take Feathers. Wool, Ginseng, Bwswaxv Jeans, , uiiu . a, iud uii;iieb marsei prices r.ii: i tr niunvL't. L'tipnnt-ni GARDNER SHEPHERD A CO. NEW GOODS. THE endersigned are just now in receipt of an Inimensa stock of STAPLE ASDVANCY DRY GOODS. 4-4, 5-1. G4.S-4, 10-t, 11-1, JM widths 0r Bleached and Broiro Domestics and Sheetings, and all the very best brands. - Striped Plaid Osnaburgs, do do Domestics, for setvanU; American and Preucu Prints, Mnslin De Lanes, lierege do do Challey Bervis, Extra super Di-ess Silks, Ac. Together tvith a large assortment cf Embroideries, eon. sistiujrof Extra fine Cbemtzcttes and Sleeves. French Worked Collars, Jackonet and Swiss Bands, Ac;, 5 VaIenciennes,'EUgingsand lnsertings, Swiy and Jackonet do do. To which we would call theattcnthm of onr enstosaen and the public geuerally. leuil Jl. U. McXAIRY, A CO. SPRING IMPORTATIONS FOB 1S34, r BY DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO., 70 AND 71 PUBLIC SQUARE, Nashville, Tennessee. WE are now receiving, and wilt continue to receive throughout the season, our Spring Supplies of Mer chandise, embracing almost every description of Domestic and Foreign, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which we offer to cosh buyers and prompt time dealers on the mos fror able Urms. Our tircsent assortment embraces many va rieties and novelties in Ladies and gentlemen's Dress Goods, not usually found in wholesale Stocks. Special at tention has been bestowed on these items the tuuo of one or our buyers having been almost exclusively devoted to this department. Onr stuck lit Print eaibracc many neat styles iu set figures, and small plaids, trom Phillip Allen & Sons, Brigg", Couostog-o, Manchester, Americans, DunneUs, Ac , with blues, blacks, and other solid colors. We are the agents for several manufacturers or Cotton Yarns, Osnaburgs, aod Brown Domestics. We think we baurd nothing in saying that it will be to the interest of every buyer to examine our stock and prices before making his purchases.- DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO, One doorSouth of City Hotel. 232?" Every description of Barter taken at cash prices. Ieb5 '54 D. Jf. A CO, NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! RECEIVED AT THURSTON BERNARD'S, aVo. 9 Union Street. WE are now receiving,, direct from the Eastern cities, someortheveiy latest styles of Kali and Winter dress Goods, consisting in part orSILKS, Brocade, Plaid, Check, figured and plain Black, Persian Cloths, and all Wool Mus lin !e!ancs; Chemi-ettes and Sleeves in sets, French Nee dle Work Collars, Mourning Collars and Sleeves. Embroi'd Linen Comb.H'dk'fs, Velvet Ribbons, Gimps and Galloons, Jaconet and Swiss liKertlnrs and Edgings, Jaconet UaaJs and Flouncing'. Ac. Ac HUSIKRY aud GLOVES, all shades and qualities, Children's and Misses sizes, all col ors, which wc are offering rery low. Thosa .'a' search ol coo.! Goods, and at low prices WB ! wel to give us a, Sail. No charge for showing goods, sep 14-tf THURSTON A BERNARD-, JUST RECEIVED. 10 z BOXES St, Louis Soda Crackers, fresh; bbls do do ButUr do din 10 bbls do do i titer, do do; 50 boxes assorted Raisins, M. R; tk. 1W boxes Cheese, W. R. at Cincinnati prices; 50 boxes Gloss Jan. avw.rted suss, cheap,' 20,000 Havana Cigars for Nashville retail; " lO.iXiy lb. CaiiJy at loja per llx, by wholesal. our own manufacture; and all other articles cheap in proioition, J. G. A C ROBKRTSON, 'febl 8 Broadway. No. 28. "RIG GRAND"!!! " rAGNIFIGIEXT kit of KRE.VCH WORK Einbroidar- J.1 Litfl opening thU day by R. C McNAlRY A CO. lehlS 1" 70 It RICNT Oue Store Itoom, aod two or thrra ' rooms in lho third story back building of tbe lew block, corner of Cherry and Deaderick streets. Apply to J. W. J.Manuing,or W. F. COOPER, feb!7-tr At tho Bnildlng. (JOAP- -100 BOXKSNo. I Soap, received for sola by; febl." No. E.Uroaaway. rLOVKUAiMI FIELD SEEDS 50 BARRELS I J Clover Seed, ltxj bush.. Orchard Grass, 100 bushels Blue Grass, 5 bbls Timiilbr Seed. For sate by - STEWART WKARLE Y7 No. 8, Broad way. feblS 0J NION SE'I S 10 BBLS received and for salo by STEWAUT X WbtMiHI, No. 8. Broadwsy. "vRANRERRIES 10 BARRELS just received from J Cincinnati and forsalo by STEWART A WEAKLEY. No. tf, Broadway. febir. LARD OH-t5 of superior quality, just re ceived per Cumberland Valley, and forsal by STEWART A WE.VKLEYi fcbl5 No. S, Broad st I)IE J'RUIT- I sale by i:u BUXfcSPie Fniit received and lor STEWART A WEAKLEY, febl 5 No. 8, Broad St. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR-50 BAGS received and for sale by STEWART A WtAKLK . , . feblS No. 8. Broad st. rpEAS 10 HALF Chesia Imiwnal and Gunpowder I Teas in metalic packages. c 5 lialfchests Black Tens, all grades, for sale by STEV ART A WEAKLEY, febI5 No. 8. Broad QUNDRIES 5 BOXES Essence of Coffee; O 5 boxes Ground Coffee; COO boxes Ground Peppefj ' . 10 hbUSSAImondnstoreadfor febl noLO. ifrcail at. I). K.CL.UUUK, - ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, orncE in coorsit's BtntDiscs, cnKnitir sroirr, Nashville; Tnn. RANDAL, W. McUAVOCK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, orricK in cooper's blook., chcrrt strsst Nashville. Tennessee." AVESTERN PRODUCE. THESUBSCUIBER after teaderiag hit thanks to hiSBC merous friends in "Tennessee for their long and continued confidence in him, as a SalUva.- of their iar- plus t'roduce, would mlorm them that be still gives ai . undivided attention to the SALE OF WESTERN PRODUCE. SUCH AS Bacon, (Xrn, Wheat, F,athert, Lard, Pms, EutUr, . The Augusta Market is ono of the best in the Soot&, fer the sala of the above articles, there Is always existing a good demand for export and to supply fco.iw wants Those be has. not transacted business for, h would refer to bis numerous ccstomies in East Teonesee. who? losl oess he has been attending to for the last eight years. fobl0,'54-lm T. FLEMMINO. Arusta, Geo Jan. 1S54. 7 ifEoitFv a it jl, 1 . THErtliceorthe Mutual Protectia Ia'anh been removed to Kirkmau'j Corner abov VV. .ft hep ard Ato.'a Banking House. Eutrar.cvNo.85oa Oio Pabl.3 fcfflViUl bv th. Company. No. 23 CeOar itrest. .... ,, Var terms apply to John It. Johnson,' ( feb5 '4 lm ivi . " -- I,. J. F. WHARTON,1 See'y. V.