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-Jiin N AS aynfrLifrE; SUNDAY M Cn,SS,.l854. 3 Werefer our readcfatOai'Tl'rVimportftnt arti- de,inorfmn7from tho lokdon JimMonfj the article arc mtthoritative aninq doubt reliable. WeaswyttUerefpr.e expect to hear ofdecistTe results. by tli!f6eztforcign'arrival;' .THE THEATRE;,. Oompejlledto ' put our paper to presa early last nigll we Tiave'time and space .only to sayj that, Scnorita Soto was 'last ' night welcomed.. at the Adelphi by onaoftho, largest aurfiencea wehave ever seen within 'its wall, andthat-'thepublicex. vuuiuu, 'Hu u uet,'ii wrougnt Dy we glowing accounts of the .Brace -and beauty of the charming stranger, was more than .satisfied. EST" The Governor has appointed H. P-JTitblil Esq., and Levi Y. Rf.ettI Esq:, additional dele gates, from Rutherford county,-to the Commercial Convention at Charleston. '-The map of tlio "LicklJranch. survey with the proposed canal improvement, may, be, seen at the office of IL C. iUnCEii, Esq-jITd.S Cedar st, near the Tost OEce. "- - Gas LituTTTOCK.-'VV'e understand that $5,000 gas stock advertised to be sold on Saturday last was reaiily takeout 102 J cash. We call .attention to the advertisement headed "nejrro boy lost" in another column. S3 Elder W. II. Wiiahtok will .preacli at Odd IreliojyBUaUithis morning JO o cloqk.- , THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS FIKSMESSION. VjisBiKCTON, 3Iarch 22. Horse. Tho Hou?e resumed tie consideration of the bill for the relief of settlers on lands reserved lor railroad purposespermittinsr them to pre-empt other-lands at tho minimum prices: after a debate the tyll wajrpassedr Tho House Iheri went inlo committep, and took up the Indian appropriation bill. Sen-ate Tho- second Friday in April was set aimo ionnc consideration 01 adverse reports or the committee on .claims. T-, JSIr. Gwin, from tho committee on naval affairs, vwo juuib iuiuuon giving ino vj.J?epartibenf the "power to reject, under cer- v-.u uivuuiiiaui.xj, uiua ur supplying uie navy witn provisions, clothing, and small stores; passed. -The bill authorizing Wisconsin to select the re- smuej)tandsgranted;her m.j184C toaid in the im provement?)f; Foanll Wisconsin,rivers,ras piS ed. A bill cTautinir land to Illinoisand Indiana tnaiil in thnjcbnstruqtipnspf tliQilllinois and Indiana-Central Railroad passed. A bill increasing the pay of the rank and file of uieJtrmy was taken tip The question pending "Mieiuis mution to sinKo. out tne Din section, which increased by C2 the number of cadets to be apppinteil every four'years, and gives their appoint menMo , Senators. Wasihkcton-, March 22, 3L ODpcsE (Continoation of Tuesday's proceedings) Mr.i-CJutting'called-for the previous question on the motion-to refer the'Xebraska.Kansas bill to the committee of the whole, and his call was sustained. Thequestion was then taken, and the bill was re ferred by a vote of llOycas to 85 nays. iThe bpponenUof the bill manifested great joy at this result, and its friends evinced chagrin. Thus the Senate's bi I was placed No. ptQ on the calen der of the committee of the whole, and the House bill, winch is'nearly tho same, is Xo. 21 on the same calender. All other bills preceding the measures villbe' either laid .s?raim, or otherwise disposed offtbefore.either.of the Nebraska bills can be reach od. A -majority determines the business (o be act h1 ondn committee, and under ordinary circum stances the bill canuot lie reached until some time nekt session. , 3AsnixGTp.v, March 22. The reference of the Nebraska bill is not relished by its friends who hop ed to have it pushed througk The enemies of the executive and tho opponents of the bill are well pleased'"Tho former considering this course a re buke to the President, nnd the latter feeling confi dent that the measure will die under a practical dis cussion. OCT The New Orleans 7ri(f Delta telb the fol lowing: Elopkmest is Ilicn L'fe. Upper tendom was thrown into a terrible state of -excitement on Sun day evening and yesterday, owinpr to the discovery of the absence of one ot" Jove's fairest daughters from the parent roof. The young lady had gone out on Sunday to take a' walk, as was her usual custom since the arrival of the faimily in town (the family are from a Western State, and came to the city a few month ago to spend the gay season.) Not returning by 0 o'clock, mama became uneasy, by 10 o'clock sho became alarmed, by 12 she be came excited, but when, at 4 p. m., she was inform ed by one who was privy to the escape of the fair tine,' that her daughter was still alive, and had left onlhe las train of ears" for the lake en route for Mobile',' In compan' with and under the protection of one who ivas about to offer he most so'emn guarantees to love, protect, and defend her, she be iTame furious. The lightuings of tho telegraph men puUin requisition to arrest the progress of the I who mansce the "batteries as tho story goes, put nna tiT- I 't r mti(ti fVta fot'i' clif vr-f ? st in tliA ' .i ,u !. ...!.. !,!. '! ni.l .t.:u -I i I its meaning, and the loving couple were made one, n a few minutes alter thev touched the hospitable ores of Alabama. The lady is young and beautiful, an only daugh- , ter, and an heires', and the gallant fellow. Col. . J s, whojso deservedly won the prize, is well ' Icnown in fashionable circles, as clerk in a promin- I nt tlry-goous liousc on Canal street. A happy ' future to the younj Couple, say we. Dr. Morse'w Invigorating Cordial. The only sureandsafe Remedy, yet discovered, for Gene ral Dfbillty, Physical Prostration, Irritability, andall the va rious train of Nervous Affections; It will also remove Depres sion Excitement, Di?liko of Society, Incapability for Study cr Business, Loss ofMemory, Mental Debility, &c, Ac. See tidverlisement. ADELPIII THEATRE. CHARLES .Managers. Who respectfully announce that thuy have made arrange ments with Mr. Jons (Jursxi: toujien the above establishe inent lor a short xeason. I Second night of the engagement of tbe Celebrated Span- ' ih Danseuse SENORI'I'A TEPITA SOTO, Whose unprecedented success in all the principal cites in 'the United States has stamped her the greatest ArtNt in the ' world. JIR. G. W. SMITH, f Principal dancer from the Northern Theatres, will appear during Sf norila SOTO'S engagement. , .,MO.VDAYEVE.SIXO, March 27tb. will be presented 1 the Comedv of A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER. Alfred lpghflrer Mr. Charles . Maria Darlington Miss Kate Eeignoldi After which, A GRAND PAS DE DEUX LA ZINGARILLA. Itv SEXORITASOTOA O. W. SMITn. 1 ' After which, . A GRAND PAS DE DEUX , '. EL ELBERA DE CAU1ZE Sexobita Soto. ,To conclude with the Vaudeville of .,A WIFE'S FIRST LESSOX. Lady Elizibeth Freelove Miss Kale Reiguolds. . . Prices of admittien, B n and Parquette 75 cents; Second Tier .V cents; Colored Gallery 50 cents. mar25. FOR CINCINNATI. tV THE Passenger steamer CUMBERLAND tsj VALLEY. Fkwcu. Mi.r i.. TUESDAY' tliessth iust.. aUo'clock. p.m. A. HAMILTON. T71OR LOUISilLlils. 1HK NEW and splendid steamer VM. GARVIN. C T, Ksmwr, -Master, will leave for ' tlierff, above and all inlermedmle ports, on LDNEsua V, me s9th inst, et-SiVloelt P. M. For freight or pas-a applv onboard.hr to H. T.YE.VTMAN, " Ag-nt. '. 'SOUTHERN .MILITARY ACADEMY X1L LOTTERY! v2tV (Bv AintoniTT or thb State or Ala.,) - "SI ' Condvcled on the Havana plan. I-TOBE DRAWN 10th MAY, 1654. Capitais . 7500 . 500O , 8000 i 1500 S0 000" .11 In all,-233 prizss, amountiug to TiekebVSS 00 Halves and Quarters in proportion. n t s x i; v vv-b. , a communications stnctlv connaentiai. SAMUEL SWAN; Agent andManager.;V lm iejES3fr-- Sign "of the Bronze' Lions, raart lm re Montgomery; Ala; SPECIAL 4 Dz. McLaue! During a practice of more i had attended InumeraMe 1 of worm dlseaseyatt;wa ta Ktiimindtotfceawrjor; uerican Worn perfectly safe, aad hirsiTerr' most tender we. ttMaJjM saedastelt; 7 subdues fever; ad -iatieI -witmij If II nniTnriiiliiiliililMllnii a Till HI n 1 tb i3fuwnrtvuii- cnry In mf farm wki4eF, twlonV-Sft M7 with redditeTdoSprfcU We lent in I an to tii9tonaorewwwvvm.yortno mui iber or worms harajjoe ertUe rt vermlfugo . irParehoriwnftle?ejBieiif iQsIc!for 6n. Mc LANE'S CKLKBHATBD VERMlFCfJE, sndtito none oUe .411 other Vermlfnres, in tompartibn, aro worthleis. Sr. M'Lane'jenuIne rcrmlfuje, aUo.EIi celebrated .Llrer Pills, canoow bo had at all rojpeetablo Drag lareia tbe Upljed States and Canada. - - ' i'Cl Sold wbolesale and retail b all the prlnclpal;15rogg!U andconntrj merrbauU throajhontthe United Suites, m&rl '54 lm - "... J . 2 II. G. Fan-ell's Celebrated Arabian Liniment Is well known to possess the. most wonderfnUx heallDjr, penetrating, and stimulating -properties, and by Its prompt ness In effecting cures, which previously bad i existed all oth er medicines, administered by the most scientific" physicians' has placdjt farjieyond any "similar r6mwdy.ver introduc ed to the people ot.Wa u.niw.asiities.it siimuiaicsjneao' sarbenls to increased action, and thus enables nature to throw offdlsease it penetrates Jo the bone', adding strerfgl6 and acUvlty to the muscles It is pewerully .anodjnp an3 thereby allays nervous Irritation,- producing a delightfully pleasing sensation through the whoje frHM. Dwlngto Hi rsmarkable antiseptic properties, it purities and noutralfxes that poisonous, corrosive principle nhicb' renders old ulce rous sores so difficult to beal: It ttorefore fs peculiarly, a. dapted to their spjedy cure. This Lln.ment from its pene ratlnp and strenethenlne qualities has been found to be 'a specific for Paralysis or Palsy, Whiteswelllngs and diseased Joints, and In fact all complaints involving the muscular system. It has cured cases of Kbcumatlsm of twenty to thirty year's standing, and affections of ,the Spine wherein the entire spinal eoluma was so crooked and distorted, that the patient could not walk: or stand without artlSclal sup port, numerous eases of Pahy have been cured when the flesh had withered, leaving nothing but the dried skin and bone, and the limbs totally without use or .oelicg. t'at Children with Crouplt is of Inestimable value, rubbed and bathed over the throat and chest. If applied freely on the chest It never falls to give relief In the seroro coughs at' tending Consumption, Asthma and Colds. It heals wounds speedily will enre Scaldhead, Mange, etc. Planters and Farmers will find It a most valuabio medicine tote applied to Horses and Cattle for Sprains, Bruises,-Lameness, Stiff Joints, Sweeney, Dry Shoulder, vounds, ilurni, Splint, Chafes or Gills, Hardened Knots on the flesh, etc. t Look out, for Counterfeits! The public are cautioned egainst another counlerfeiL which Has lately made its .appearance, called W. II. Kar tell s Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the coun terfeits, because his having the name of Farrell. msnv will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counter- leu exists, and they will pernapsonly discover theirerror when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects. The genuine article is manufactured only by 11. O. Fur relL sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale Drumist. No, 17 Main Street, l'eoria, UlinoLi, to nhom ail applica tions for Agencies must be addressed, lie sure vou get it with the letter IL O. belore Fan-ell's, thus JL."tr. KAlt Rtl.IAS and hissienatnre on the wrapper, all 'otheisare counterfeits. Sold bv KWIN & KUOTIIKH8, W. F. GRAY, - i- J- 1. DUUilliOOLE, ILO.SCOVLL. and by rezularlv authorized acent.-i tbrouhout the United States, 1ST Pnce25 and 50 cents, and ?1 per bottle. - -1 AUKNTS W ANTKDln everv town, village and ham1-t fn . the United States, in which one islnoti already established. Address!!. O. FajTell 'as above.- accominuiied nilh irood reference as. to character, tesrwnsibilitv, Ac. - . uittrx intuit II. It. It, in Ten .TliuuteS CurcdXhe (iout. u. tf 1 v. e'rr.- . , 1 1 J.-- : Mr. M. Edgecom,an Enlih eontleman.rcttJiiiE-in Wa- verly Wace,New York, had been troubled with the gout for six weeks. By the advice and consent of Or. Wheeler ha applied K. K. Belief. In tea minutes after the first appli cation, he was freefrom pain, and has no(suCeredany furth er inconvenience. Sotfeader.lt Is with all acnte palu R. K. neliof acts like a charm; tho mnment It is applied, the most severe paroxysm of Neuralgia, Chills, Peters, Kheitra atisoi,SIck Headache, Toothache, Cramps, Spasms, Swelled Joints, Weakness, aud Pain in the Side' are instantly reliev ed, and the cause quickly removed. The fir.it symptoms of pain, apply the Kellef, either Internally or externally, and you willba free frjmallfdrlherannoyauce. In purchasing K. K. Kellef,ae that the signature of. RAD WA V & CO., is upon each bottle, and the letters K. K. K. blown In the glass. Tne genuine will instantly stop tho pain'. Price, cents, 50 cents, SI 00 per box. K. K. K. o.2. KAD WAY'S KEXOVAT1SR KKSOI.V KNT. Pure blood, rich blood, aud healthy blood, will courso through the velnr of every individual who. will 'take thb Remedy. Ills not Ilka the Keady Kellef It is not In-, uuded to euro the same class of diseases that the Kelfef Is recommended to cure. Nor v. Ill it interfere in any manner with the action of the Ready Kelief. Kacn of the K. H. I!e medies are so prepared as lo act harm6n!ously with each ether, and yet neither Interfere with the other. The Re solvent acts upon the blood,and resolves away from the solids aU diseased deposits. It cures Ulcers, Scrofula, Cancers, Tumors, Humors, Salt liheum, ie. Price, $1 00 per bot tle. R. R. R. So. 3. Radway's Regulators , will regulate ov ery organ in the syrtem. '1 bey act upon the liver, kidnevs, bladder, stomach, skin, and will free the bowels, from aU cor rupt aud putrid Humors. They cure Dyrpcptia, Liver Com plaint, Costiveness, Indigestion, Fevers of all ktnd. One or two Regulators will insure a pleasant operation of the bowles and a healthy digestion. Prica,2j cents. marM'J A WARNING. Delay nol; harbor not in yoor mind that sentence' ot fools' philosophy, that a dittut' will get well of itself, or that you can cure it with certain medicines for a few dollars. Beware how you tamper with your general welfare. Ye wild and vicious youths, why will je persist in dosing with the filthy naiutatiny compound daily proffered, there- Kv imnaitinD vriiir .rmal' i a it A Atrmatinn nttA !Aarniinn Joumentallv as well as physically, when you can be cured with a few doses of pleasant medicines ? Ye rakes of every age and condition, why will ye suffer and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for " ' V .V " - ... ........ .u, i who are thus annoyed and wish to be restored lo health and vigor by a treatment at once pleasant and e2ectual, should consult Dr. MORRIS. His success in chronic digfaet has been greater than that of any other physician of his day. Many who have been for yeare afflicted with diseat-e or con- sequences resulting from excess bare been restored to health ana vigor under his really scientific treatment. Should a personal interview be objectionable, state your disease in nritting enclose five dollars, address Dr. W H. MORRIS, through tbe Post-Office, Nashville, Tenri., and a package of medicines, securelypui up, will be sent pri vatelyand with dispatch, full directions therewith, aud no gvtstioru atktd. Persons living at a distance, and afflicted with Scrofula, OU Ulctri, TfUer Gjiictrf, 1'iltt, Fi'ttila in Ano, Urate I Strictures, GlttU, or any disease whatever of an aggrava ted or malignant charter, can be cured at home by consult, I ng Dr. Moekis, by letter, post paid, enclosing a fn. ' Medicines pleasant and safe, can be sent per mail to any part of the United States. Particular attention given to the treatment of female com plaints. Indies who may be afflicted with JrregiUaritl't, Flour Albut or U'JiiUS, J'rolajvut UUri or falling of the HWii, would do well to lay aside all false delicacy and promptly consult the Dr. Ccutts Wabranted ! OUice over Mutual Protection Insurance OiCce, Cedurst. near Post Office. Room, No. 14, up stairs.. novC-tf Dr.Morse's Iuvigoratiug Elixir or Cordinl. tVoman, whose delicate, a'ld fragile structure', Is' pecu liarly suscoptlblo to disease, has cause to rejoice over the In. troductlonof this glorious renovator. There Is not, a jhaso of sickness to which she is liable, that it will not modify or subdnc. If a lack of vital enerpy preentsthe consumma tion of the NaUon's hopes, the Cordial will supply it dif fusing a new and vigorous life through the torpid organiza tion, and crowning matrimonial hopowlth parental bliss, If lassitude, emaciation, nervousness, mental de and ageneral dullness of sense, render tbo Maiden burden to her, here Is a preparation will re'julate re-brace every delicate organ and functloa involved In her aliment and send the warm Mood freely coursing through bar veins, opening as It wore a new life lo'ber. Unllke 1 j otbersUmulants this pure eetalt) prodncllou produces permanent oxhlllratlon. Its effects are not evanescent. It , acts upon the constitution and Ihe whole vital sjilt:u. To toth soxos It islnvaluable. ' ' f This Cordial Is pat up, highly cuncentratcd, In pint bot- ties. Prico throedollars per bottle, two for five dollars, six ', for twelve dollars. . t . ; C. . RING, Proprietor p ' 19i nroadw ay, New York, f Sold by Druggist!, throughout the United Etatei, Canada, and West Indies, and by W. F. GRAY, Sole Agent, sue. ceorio Cartwrig'!-!: d Armstrong, corner of .Maikel aud Broad st"-eet,Ni'shllle,Tfinc8ee. marl it lmdlrsrAw i It i- now tlie most Popular Medicine :And whjj becauw iti'uperIor to all other preparations. We 1 challenge the world to'produce a medicine superior to "Dr. C. Wllllamt' Potnioalo Balsam of Wild Cherry andVood 11 raptlia, 'for the cureof Coughs, Colds, Spitting or i.ipou,i ' Rroncldtls, Croup, Hooping Congb', .'Consumptlbn, and all other affections of the Chestand Ioings. Hneverfallsto af--ford the sufferer prompt and permanent relief. Read ad vertisement In another column. marl '54 lm , A FEW'lcoYlES- "1 ' OF that beaatiful Song Book, SONGS FOR THE LITTLE . OSES AT HOME. Just received bv . v Ieb25 nil AS W. SMITH. College st, - AARON V. BROWN. ,"-' iCongressional and Political Speeches, and otber.WritingJ of Ex-GoTernor Aaron V. Brown, of Tennessec-T-For , . sale by, :marl4 UARLES.W, SMITH JMtHHHTQKrSi' " laiuu-.".!.. yinnasm laiIVJmAld,-.! ' ' 55 r H ,Ei -i -S-3 . -VIAJS J.-. . I l " ' -lV . I .f-". ..... ' -T .IJMK. I . - - ' ' 1 i in - I - -- . 4 fS -.---- WHKrs.Dr.McLone luffffftfr S . -' S?U . 1 1 KESII ARRIVAIuS., c TOST received per New-Orleans,, Cincinnatiand Pitta- tr. uurgaieamers, uie lollowing articles, which- we areer. tennir low forcahA Coiintrr Mwiini u1'mu. . jally will do "well to"eall and ebinefortheniselTes: n; 750 bags prime Rio Coffee; ' '-SO Sox BroomsjvJ a- 200 bbls prime S O Molasse:500i . Jo -Jfo UVdoV f lftOifbBU do - "dor" 160casfcTst:Engus& Soda; fZ jwoousouauj, au gTao.es; i'u..Daga rtace uinger; jajih vrujueu ana x owaeroa ciiffars,- an aaaortment: 25 ban Pepper: 15 cbesU Teas, assorted; 15 dqJSpice; 1 10 tierces fresh Rice; 100 boxes M Raisins; 50 boxes Cod Fish; 50 tdo Herring; 20 bbls Mackerel; 100 kits, assorted .numbers; &vDois aoaz vracxers; 50 do Butter - -do- Cotlon Yarnai'ataorted; . 2 gross Wash- B oarda; . 15 nests Tubs; 5 casks Brandy;' 8. do Signette. Brand v; iu cases iresn sarflmes: i. . i I.- , i oo . ... itio; 25 boxes Pickles, assorted; "C ; do Jladeiraine; rill, tl . ' . , t., ' 5 bbls Brimstone: 5 do Sherrr do;r , do: 10 do Alum: IV ao rort 250 bags fine Salt; 150 Demijohns, ass'd sizes; 10 frails Almonds; 100.000 Ciears. var brands: obblgSAtWuiK .40 if bbls SM Wine; 25 bbls Holland Gin; 50 do American Brandy; ,60 do Old Bour Whisky: '50 do Oldllonong' do: 800 boxes prime Cheese; 150 do Quart Flasks: iM ao i ini ao: -j uo via nye ao; n o ao t luted Tumblers. as:20O An Rcrt;ti a. 200 kegs ails, assorted; . 20 do Old Peach Brandy Together with all other articles usually kept in our line. Call at NIRHOL. PEAOOflR fin 's Corner of Church and Market sts. BEX. U. NOKL inOS. C.BrE0K i itip. BEN.'HT, NOEL & CO., - WHOLESALE G KO.CEKSj C0MMISSI0K,- SECET7IK0 AND FOKffAU'DINC MERCHANTS, AXD DEALERS LV F0KEIG3' AND DOMESTIC XIQT0BS, College Street. WHVES AND LIQUORS. 200 bbls Pike's M'a Whisky; 1 pipe Irish Whisky; 100 do fates Rectified do; 2 do Holland Gin; ou ao Hrown s u u ao; zo bbls Old Port Wine; 50 do Old llonong'la do; 20 do pure Peach Brandy; r.n 'An flM An. Ot An 4 j..'' Hi 'do Old Bourbon 100 do American Brandy; 30 do N E Ram; !X do Gin; 40 do H. VI Win; 15 do Walker's Ale; 2 i pipes Madeira Wine; Sherry Wine-.; 8 )i pipes Old Brandy; In store and for sale by 50 bk a Champagne, B B; 40 boxes assorted Cordials; 20 do Hock Wine; 20 do assorted Brandies; 25 do Claret Wine; 20 do Muscat do; 20 do BrandyCherriea; 10 4 casks Madeira Wine; BEV.M. NOEL & CO. TOBACCO .AND CIGARS.. 50 boxes Gns Jones' Tobaico;20 boxes Missouri Tobacco; 56 do Boni.t Goodwin do 20 do Kentucky do; 25 do Boazs uoldLeaf do; 20 do Mussulman s nectar 15 do Phenix do; leaf Tobacco: 15 do Sam Woods' 10 do ES White's 5 do KeW ' Nash's 10 do 'Allison's 25 do Fen u ell's 10 do Dailv'a do; 10 do Creole lbs Tobacco; do; 10 do AIbrett's'' do; do; 10 do Wetherington's do; do; ' 5t do Terry Melee Cigars;' do;, 80 do Johnsons do; do; 40 do Cuba Six do; do; 10.000 Napoleon Rezalia do: 10 do EnaaV 10 do Young & Burnett's do;10,000 Jenny Lind do; In store and for sale by BE.V. M. NOEL & CO. - LATE ARRIVALS ,-,JUST RECEIVING AND INSTORE. hhds ougar, all grades:500 bags hne Halt; 800 bags Bio Coffee: 2)0 bags coarse Salt: 300 bbls Kanawha Salt; 1C0 bags Maucaba CofTee; ."O " Laguvra " SO " Old Gov'nt Java; 27'bbls Molasse 150 'i' " do: ' 150 do; 100 boxes Tinplate; S00 " Rosin Soap; 100 " Starch; CO " Mackarel: 150 kits Nbs. 1, 2 and S do; 100 boxes Star Candle;' 100 " Tallow do; 10 coils Manllai Rope; 150 gross Matches; 500 bag3 Shot; 8000 lbs bar Lead; 29 bbls Coorieraa: 100 " Fancy Soap; 500 kes asst d' Whc'g ViLs;200 boxes qt, pt. and pint 200 casks sup Carb Soda; Flasks; 100 bxs Va. and Kv. Tobacco: 10 bbls Alum: ti Wk, 500 Demijohns, assorted: 5 " Brimstone: 3 00 bbls Loaf Sugar; SH) boxes Cheese; , ao " Urush tl and P d Sugar 10 bbls Spanish Hrown; .; 10 ceroona best Indigo; ' 5 " VenitiaifRed; " ' 75 .bbls Clover Seed; 25 bags Pepper; - . lO.qf. csks A Sign't.Brandy 10 " Spice; Q.".'. J " Jjuprey's do; 50 boxes Teas, assorted; 2 casks liollanduin; 100 gross Blacking; 20 qr casks P. and M. Wine;100 boxes Sardines; T5 bbls A M Brandy & Gin,500 cans fresh Oysters; 20 bbl-s N E Rum: 220 boxes Lemon Svrup: 100 bblsl) 0 Brandy; 50 boxes Claret and Cordial; 50 " Pike's Whiakr: 20 " assorted Pickle 2C0 " Ohio Rect'd do; 50 " Brandy Cherries; Ohio Rect'd do; Old Rve do; OldMorg do; Old Bourbon do; Old Reserve do; Peach Braudr; Apple do; 4 bbls Corks; 10 tierces Rice; 20 nests Tub; 50 ,dox Painted Buckets; lOOdoz Hemp and Cotton Cords; 5000 Melee Ciears: 42 50 20 20 10 S000 Spanisn Cigars; Together wilh evervthing in our line, which we offer to tbo trade low for cash. LANIER A PHILLIPS, jan25 ol u w Market street. L7RESII ARRIVAIS.-200. II1IDS. SUGAR, - all grades; 100 barrels of Molasses; lf 100 half barrels of Molasses; 5 tierces of Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; 20 packages of Cranberries; 150 packages of Raisins; 10bag3 0t Almonds; 20 caks Of Porter and Ale; 20 coils of Manilla Rope; 50 packages Market, Clothes and Covered Baskets; 100 packages Buckets, Tubs, Pails, Ac.; ' "'' '20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts; 20 packages Cognise Brandy; , . - 10 packages Maderia and Cherry Wines; 40 packages Port'arid Malaira Wines: 70,X0 superior Havana Cigars; 600 Demijohns; 50,000 Corks. For sale by rjanl2 EDWARDS A HARRIS. --" - 'STEWART & WEAKLEY, WHOLESALE fc RE1AIL GROCERS, NO. S BROADWAY, HAVE ON HAND nnd offer for sale 200 bbls Flour, various brands; 100 barrels Whisky; 25 dozen Painted Buckets; 25 " Domestic Brandv; 1 Willow Clothes Basket; 10 " Gin; " 10 coils Manilla Rope; 5 " SJi Wine; 25 reels Packing Yarn; 20 " Monongahcla and 10 dozen Guarded Glass Rye Whisky; Lanterns; 10 barrels Lincoln Whisky; 10 boxes Tumblers; 20 pipes French Brandy; 25 do Pint A Quart Flasks; 1 i pipe Catawba do; 16 cases Hermetically seal 1 1.2 niue Old Cer do: ed Peaches: 1 J pipe Old Spanish do; U0 whole, half and quarter 50 ban els Molasses; boxes Raisins: 20 barrels Svrup; 10 barrels Lard Oil; 5 do Linseed Oil; 2 ,do Turpentine; 10 do Peach Brandv; 4 do WR Butter;" IS l do do . do; 10 bbls No 1 A 2 Mackrel; 10 M bbls No 2 do; .25 kits No 1 A 2 do; 2'barrcla' Salmon; 50 drums Smyrna Fig3; 10 boxes Pie "Fruits; 10 boxes Mixed Pickles; 25 boxes Lemons; 50 jars assorted Preserves; 20 do Tomato Catsup; 100. X l'r bo"S Serdines; 2 cases Table Salt; 25 barrels Pilot Bread; SO bxs Tobacco, v's brands SO bx.1 Tallow Candles; 50 bxs Soap; 20,000 Regalia Cigars; 20 doienCorn Brooms; boxes W R Cheese; 50 boxes Eng. Dairy d'e; 1 drum Cod iisb; r,ft lmirs Buckwheat Flour: 1 box Clothes Pins: 10 dozZinc Washboards; 200 reams Wrapping Paper; 25 Cor. Willow Market 25 bags Spun Cotton; Basket"; 10 bags vt rapping Twine; 1 bag Candle Wick. Together wilh Butter, Water, Soda, Sugar, Pic. Nic and 1 Boston Crackers; Crushed, Powdered and Loaf Sugar; Pep- I iicr, Spice, Ginger, Indigo, Madder, Starch, Alum, Copper- , as, Mustard, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Golden Syrup, Dried Ap ples and Peaches; Hominy, Beans, Pens, Bacon, Laid, Dried Beef, Sweet and Irish Potatoes. Together with va rioiis other articles, usually kept in a Boat Store and Family Grocery, to which we would call the attention of Farmers Steamboat Men, and the public generally, as we aro de termined lo sell for small profits for cash. " jjanl2 NEUFFER, IIENDRIX & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, for the -sale or Flour, Grain, Bacon and Produce generally, corner of East ' ltm-and Union Wharves. Charleston. S. C. ' RErBBEXCEs: John Caldwell, 1 njMdent . v. it. K ; K. In nrexentioe tbe above card, we would be doing injus- titie to Our feelings not to express our gratitude to ournu- rcerous friends in Georgia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, for their past unwavering patronage since our ' commencement in this business in 1847. We have nursed , this business from its infancr, labored year after year to develupe the resources of the back country. We have bat tled with the different lines of railroad and have been in strumental in reducing the freight of prodiice to reasonable rates. We have friends in Europe and the north, and are prepared to make advances on shipments to either markets. Ve would savto our friends and the public, that it will be to their interest to consign to u, as we pay our- whole attention to the business alone. Wc will make" liberal advancements on consignments. mchl7 8m NEUFFER IIENDRIX A CO. FOR SALE. I offer for sale Mr. G. W.Foster's tract of Iand. abont five miles from Nashville, containing 170 acres, fronting about half a mile on .the Nolensville Pike: About one nail ot itieiana is iimDerea; severai.ex- cellcnt springs; also, a chalybeate spring, (see Dr. Currey's analvsis below.) A fine BUILDING hlTh. in a beautitul grove convenient to the spring. Persons wishing to estab lish a watering place convenient to the city, will do welIto' examine .the above tract of land, spring, Ac Apply at No. 60. up stairs", Cheiry st. It. W. BROWN, mchl7'54-tf Real Estate:Agt. JtKALTStS OF.O. W. rOSTKtt's CUALTBtATK SPKISO. I n each gallon of water rf . , , Carbonate of Lime,- ,4 gr. " Magnesia, S.5, Iron, 2.5. lOgrs. RlCBAEP O. Cuskit. Nov. 1848. ltErBBEXCEs: John Caldwell, Prudent S. C. R. R ; R. pression, liunn, tsq, inaneston; ocanitin, rcyuiu-ur a. Auguaia; feet , an Aller- Si.d u'sllfe a . Jl. Stark" .vtJO., Augusta; umu.i eiera a w, Aiiauia; j ed bv C II. Conger. Esq. , restore. f.rencu.au f-Pps, unaiiMwga; a. ueii, unauanooga; , pir;t No. BSKCtiervnl , to V-simviuiriVfi, A . FANCYGOODS."We. are l .'T "now receiving "our Spring Supply "orFumishing We also want to hire a negro boy, 12 or 1J years 01a, to, ,nnd Fancy Goods ,it comprises ,every"thing rich and drive;aDuggy, and wait on a gentleman. ..',' mari t"7Zr- T-S. ti "i"- . ,, .. tftj, i iJ Jt S1v A oi a a a - c e-a C O C-S iXZZ SJja CJ S Of tr.J a - C5. SI Ui- -a , R Ui v rfl-.- .-5-5S'sws:ss 1 1 a scza a or ?,rj . r.' o J u O 05 w 7J (5' u o o o VAN AMSUBGH'S MENAGERIE, rPHE lanre3t and most complete' colleclinn of WIL- X ANIMALS 4 BIRDS in the World; including the great Trisk Elephant TIPPO SULTAN; the Rmoccrons or Uni corn of Holv Writ Eleven LIONS & LIONESSES. An .AFRICAN LIONESS and her three Young Whelps. A. specimen otmi-rui'uiAjiiuour;ea uuitar., ana a great nutnberof every ranctr or forest Heals and Hesert Mons- 4 r i - i r " r... l r ti, iroin asia, air ich, i.iuvpc auu .uuenca, win uc ex hibited at NASHVILLE, on jHonday, Tuesday & W'etlucsday, April 10th, 11th and 12th. 1854. for S davs onlr. Open on Mondar. at z anu I o cioct, l M., ana uie oiner aays at io A, il , and - a t amission uO cis. unuaren and servants, -a cis., ON BOARD THE FLOATING PALACE, Elegantly fitted up and as well adapted to the habits' cf the aamgea as lueir native mm nnujuugien. The performances will commence wilh the PONIES and ineir Atu.Mvfcl' KlDEItS, continued ilh the wonieiful exploits of Mr. Story's trained Elephant, TIPPO SULTAN. and conclude wilh the thrilling teats of Mr. Van Am- burgh in the Lions and Tigcis Dens. mar2" '54 NEW WHOLESALE HOUSE: GARDNER, SHEPHERD & GO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IS SHOES, HATS. STRAW GOODS, TR UXKN AND CARPET HAGS, No. Qt) Public Square, Nushvilie, Tenit. "t"XTE are opening an entirely new, aud very largo stock. v v of tbe above goods, tosvhichwo respectfully call the attention of all merchants visiting Nashville. e. wax, Jeans, . We will take Feathers. Wool, Ginseng, Becsw l i .. . ,i . i i i . i.. - feblfi '.Vt tf GARDNER, SHEPHERD A CO NEW GOODS. THE undersigned are just now in receipt ofan immense stock of Si'APLE AND FANCYDRY GOODS. 4-4, 5-4, C-4, 8-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-1 widths of Bleached and Brown Domestics and Sheetings, and all the very best brands. Striped Plaid Osnaburgs, y j do do Domestics, for servants; i American and French Prints, Muslin De Lanes, Berege do do Challey Beregcs, Extra super Dress Silks, Ac. Tnmdher with a larro assortment cti FmbmMM-Ip mn- e.:'i-'"'nr " ' Extra UneChemizettes and Sleeves, French Worked Collars, Jackonet and Sniss Hands, Ac,, Valenciennes, Edgings and Insertings, Swiss and Jackonet do do. To which n e would ca'l tbe attention of our customers and the public generally. febll ' R. C. McNAIRY, A CO.1 185 1. NEW SPRING IMPORTATIONS. 1851. JAMES NICIIOL, NO. 20, OK TnE 8QUARF, 3 DO0K3 FROM COLI.W.E ST. rS now receiving and opening for the Spring trade an as sortment of Silk, Fnncy and Staple Goods, that for extent, vaiiety and richness, will surpass atiy Stock that he has ever offered in this market, the assortment has been purchased on the most favorable tenns in the various EASTERN MARKETS, and will be offered at n very small advance on Eastern Costs, to cash buyers or punctual customers. The Stock will embrace the following articles inevery variety: Dress Fabrics, Embroideries; Ribbonc; Luces; Gloves; Lumens; White Goods; Clothes; Cassimeres; Yestings, Ac, Ac, to which will be made constant additions, by tbe arrival of every Steamer, thereby enabling him to presefit to those favoring him wiUi a call, one of the largest and most desirable selection of ar ticles in his line to be found in this city. Na.Oiville, March 1554 NEW GOODS!" NEW GOODS!! EECEIVED AT THURSTON a BERNARD'S, JVo. !1 Union Street. WT"' are now reccT'nS direct from the Eastern cities, Y some of thevery latest styles ofFall and Winter dress Goods, consisting in part of SILKS, Brocade, Plaid; Check, figured and plain Black, Persian Cloths, and all wool Mus lin Delanes; Chemisettes and Sleeves in sets, French Nee dle Work Collars, Mourning Collars ami Sleeves, Embroi'd Linen Camb.H'dk'fa, Velvet Ribbons, Gimps and Galloons, Jaconet and Swiss Insertings ami Edgings Jaconet Bands and Flouncing, Ac- Ac. HOSIERY and GLOVES, all shades anil qualities, Children's and Misses sizes, all col ors, which we are offering very low. Those n search of ciwd Goods, and at low prices, will do wel to give us a Sail. No charge for showing goods. sepl4-tf THURSTON A BERNARD. ARMSTRONG & CO., No. 69, Earket Street, fiva Doors from Broadway, NASHVILLE, TEXX. COMMISSION ,M E R C II A N T S , AND dealers in Paints, Oils, Turpentine, French and American Window Glass, Window Sash, Varnishes Hydraulic Cement, Plaster Parili. Chain Pumps, Marble-1 iz-id Iron Mantles, Ac. Wc are now receiving our slock and will sell at a very small advance; purchasers would do well to give us a call, maris '54 1 MARBLEIZED IKON MANTLES. I TTAV1NG received from the Manufactures tbe agency i ijL for tbe sale cf Marbleized Iron Mantles, in havealot j of these beautiful erticles on hand, possessing all tho bean 4 tv and durability of marble and at one I'oiuth of the cost. I The public are invited to call and see them. marlS '54 ARMSTRONG A CO. BARRELS LINSEED OIL. J.0 25.bLULir.10il. 20 barrels Spirits of Turpentine, 500 kegs Pure White latl, 150 kegs Zmc Paint While, I 50 do do Brown, 75 do do Stone Colour. SCO boxes Window Glass, SoO gallons Copal Varnish, 1'JO do Coach Varnish. 140 do White Dumar Va' nish, 900 pounds of Glue, 1000 do Red Lead, 10C0 do Lithrag, iu slote aud for sale bv marl5-lmdtwlw ARMSTRONG A CO. T70R SALE. A beautiful lot in Mouth NosiivUIt;. J- -frontirii? 121 foet on Cherrvst., running eacs. aoout lot has on it a Jrrame noji own- I wish to sell tbo lot alone- Ai. R. W. BKUMA, marlO Real ivstate Agent. WALL PAPER. I SHALL in a tew days be in receipt of a large and beau tiful assortment, all tbe laton styles and newest pat terns of French and American WAIJ PAPERS. W. W. FINN, No. 41 Market street, between Union and the Sqnare. marll(54 FOR SALE A lot lrnnting 01 feeton r.ortii ooiiege street, opposite the residence of Mr. J. Clodfeltcr. It has a neat Frame Dwelling, with 8 rwims. The. lot isl44 feet deep. Apply to GLOVER A'BOl D. marlt) '54, ORit ENr A neat Cottage Residence in Edgefield on Fatherland street, for the balance of the year. maris GLOVER A BO D. OII1RTS! SI 1 1 RTS ! ! S I11RTS I ! I 1 iteceived (his n il tir omrrsa rhtiim lot ol Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, "all warranted to fit and be made of the best mater ial, for sale by mar!7 MVERS A McGILL. SHIRT UOLl.ARN.-We havejiist.receivedalarge supply of Elegant Collars, latest styles . and best quality. irU, SILK & LISLE Til READ G LOVES.-- IV. Just received a fine assortment ot Kid, Silk and Lisle Thread Gloves, every ralor and best quality; for sale by mi.rl- ' ' MYERS A McGILU OPRING AND SUMMER STOCKS AND CRAVATS. Every variety of Stocks and Cravats re ceived and for sale by .xJu?,s'1v .7wi Udies'and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store No. C, LoK lege Street ? "lITAKTEUi We wish to hire, for the balance of the y T year, a stoui youuj .icjiu ? " . - - Sho is wanled as a V'eturso. AT VVHOLESA?sE, T. ANfcW EAKIHcife m NO. daljqfiLIgiSgUA, WEhave noifin store a-'ealarged and cotnpleie - rVVo STnPL nhd o'jjeciaUy - - HocK aadwill sell cash, and to n"nunpt,'lirnej de-ifirs oa most IiberaLterms. , . 117m We will cvre the highest market orice for teatliera , , . .f Jli s .A-. r.A - f i j--, J h Xr. p. nfisim as, fin fTo. 51 PUBLIC SQUARE, E invite the attention of the'Trade lo our exfensive Vt and desirable assortment of Embracing a greater Tariety than has'ever been oflered in thiscitv-. which will be disDosed of at unusually low prices to' reasonable buveis. W c have also on hand a.eoin-' rpletc assortment of Boots, Shoes, Brogsns, Hats, Bonnets, and Keady-made Ulothibg by connecting whicn orancues of business with the Wholesale Djy Gond-t Trade, we are enabled to reduce profits to the lowest possible margin. Wc are confident that we are full piepared, for a success- ful'o'onpelition. as resards terras, prices and styles, with . . 1. 1 : i t -r . i t: . - rr aujf csiuutisunicui ui iuc kuiu iu iuc uuiuu a We want Feathers. Ginsenir. Beeswax. Wcoi. uo- sev. Jeans and Socks at full market value marj -54 3m U, UUUUIiJH it W No. 47, I'UHLIC SQUARE, . A RE now in receipt of their Stock of Spring Goods, fil wluchis very large aid unusually attractive em-. unxciugu niucii greater vanety,uiu a uigucr jjijwcui STAPLE AND PANC ARTICLES thanlher have ever before had to oiler, the retail trade. r urvttasera are iuviieu.iu, examine luetrotutA, pi ii.ci, Nashville, March 12, 1854. lm ATEW SPRING GOODS. TilK UNDEH- J signed has now in store and on sale much the largest stock of SPRING GOODS, they" have ever had to offer Jo .1 il' mt- . .. . - - .1 i uie imunc. i ms stocK nas oecn eeiecteu mm care, ana will compare favorably with any stock of goods in the coun try, anu wua me yiew ot extending onr business, we win sell cheaper than erer for cm.li or to prompt dealers In this stock mar be found all the newest deMim in Dress uoou.K'icu as tissues, urenedines. Chape lie runs, Uheck ed Plafd and S rtped Silks, Printed Organdies, Jaconets, Muslins, uamtmca, utuutz, umguams, and every aescrp tion of Dress Goods-to be found in the Eastern cities. In-Lace Goeds and Embroideries we can exhibit the pret tiest stock by far, that we have ever had, in which may be lounu an tue novelties oi me season, as iiouuun, i aieuvi- cnues. Plaitt. Maltese and Apleiiue bace Uhenuzetu, Sleeves, Collars. Cotfieurs, Ac &c. Also, an elegant lot .of Val Laces and Inserting, aud Plaitt Laces and lusertings I in the ns. to cut. Swiss and Jaconet Bands. Jaconet and Siriis Kduei and Insertinirs. Embroidered Skirt;. Handker chiefs, children's Dress Bodies, Robes, Ac, &c. mars-.M. it. v. jicjaiih r uu. "7: RAND EXHIBITION, FOR J851, OP STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. LATEST WRORTATIOXS. AMERICAN. ENGLISH, FRENCH, GEE HAN, SWISS, BELGIAN. &c. GOODS DAILY ARRIVING! nnUEunderiiiirned having remained a considerable time; JLjin the Eastern cities, and used uncommon exertions. this rpnngin the selection or (ioods, can conhdenily ,sar thai the stoefche'now (iffetsto his customers will far excel any that he has ever liad ihe pleasure of exhibiting and also can say, with confidence, tliat styles, designs and pri ces will favorably compare with any in the maikeU Reipectfullv soliciting a call from his friends and cus tomers, especially tbe ladies. JOHN K.HUME, rasmonaDie unponum, ao. hi, uonege at. marI2 18.11. FANCY DEPARTMENT. J 854. EllBKOlPKS, DRESS GOODS &c Euib'd Val LaOl Collars: Jaconet Hands; - .- , Swiss " Flouncircs: i " Chemiz'ts A SLeve's, " Habits with " " Linen Collars; Malisc plain Chemizeb, Collars and Sleeves; Emb'd Handkerchief: Iaces and Edges; Emb'd Mus..lU)be-s; Aplique; Mourning Embroderies; Crapes, 4c. -ALSO Chiller de Beze; Flounced Robes; Barege " Paris Organdy; Printed Linen Cambrics. ALSO Underslecves; Rich Plaid Glacei Silk; " Checks " Beautiful Silk Robe; " Plaid Bateste; Col'd Poaet de Soie, Black and colored Embroidered Mantels; " " Apilique " " " Cbantelly " ALSO Rich and beautiful Ribbons, Ac, ALSO Gold Embroidered Grenadine on exhibition at JOHN K. HUME'S marl 2. Fashionable Emporium, No. 57, College-st. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINES, Ac. DAVIS Ar SWANN, AUCTIOX .t COMMISSION MERCILiXTS. Wholesale Dealers in Groceties, Wines, -Liquors, &c,y !kc. no. 73, KAST'-sror pl-dlic sqcaiik, - , NASHVILLE, TE.N'N. HAVE INSTORE by recent arrivals, and which they offer for sale for cash, at the lowest prices,' to wit f " 375 hhds Sugar, of every grade from very tine to all qualities belong. 650 bags Rio Coffee; , 200 barrels Plantation Molasses; 850 half bbls do Molasses; 56 bbls Crushed and Povdered Sugarj . . 50 do Loaf Sugar, No. Tto No. 6." 850 boxes Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco; With almost every other article in ihe Grocery and Li quor line to meet the demands of country and ' city buyers, which they are determined to sell as. low as any" bouse in Middle Tennessee. They have also to arrive, 20,000 Sacks fine Salt, which will be sold in lols on the Wharf to suit purchasers, at a small trifle advanced on cost. Country Merchants and others visiting this cjtv to buy Goods in our line, would do well to give us a, call before "buving elsewhere. ? ' DAVIS A SWANN, f feb26 B No. 78. Public Sqnare. rpEXAS LAND. We have for sale about 15,0.k acres 1 of Texas Land, situated in the following counties: 5,0v0 acres iu San Augustine county. I,2u0 do do Kaulman : do.' - - -2,433 do do Travis do. 4,428 do do Angelina do. 2,214 do do Liberty do. This land is all said to be good, consisting of prairie and timbered land. We will exchange litis land for Mules, Horses, Negroes and Nashville and Chaltanooga Railroad stock at'fair pr i ces. Apply to GLOVER A BOYD, maris REMOVAL. w1 E have removed ti) that magnificent Store Room ou College f-t. where we are now opening many en tirely new and beautiful Spring Goods. W. A. J. G. McCLELLAND, feb21 '54 No. 53, College st RICH GOODS, ChallvH, Ac, Ac. irimmvt! ixn fjT.lVl'S- I .........j . ' ,, S A comp ete assortment ot the best Kid Gloves. Gentle- ) men's and LadicsV Some verr handsome Ribbons, and many other gtiods, to which we will be adding constantly. W. A. A J. Q. McCLELLAND, J feb21 No. 55, College sr. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILOR ING ESTAIILISIIMENT. .Ao. 11, Cedurst, five doors froia-Public Sjuare. mTe' ffA JUL WHERE may be loirad a choice and well select cd stock of Cloths, Cassiineie and Vestings, of the latest and mostbeaulilul ca'tenis. allot' which will be made uo to order in the most fashionable stvie ami at as short notice as can be done in any city in the Union, j and at prices to suit the times. " I Reudy-Mude Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of all kinds. A tine assortment of Men's Furnishing Goods, l Silk and Merino Under fchirts. Shirts, Stocks, Gloves, Has- j penders. Cravats Pocket Handkerchiefs. Silk and Linen, ' Shitt Collars, Umbrellas, Ac. Z3T" Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call i and examine. THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent .j marll '54 tf " T TSE SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL! THE ONLY U CURE FOR DEAFNESS. SCARPA Compound j Acoustic Oil. For the cure of Deafness, Pains, and Dis- 1 charges ol Matter from the Ear. Also, all those disagrce ble noise, like the buzzing of insects, falling of water, whiz zing of steam, Ac, which are. symptoms of approaching deafness, and also generally attendant with tbo diseasv. Many persons who have been deaf fur ten, fifieee, and twenty years, and were obliged to rise ear trumpets, hae after us ng two or three bottles, thrown aside' their trum pets, being made perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeons lugbly recommend its iiJe. ' A gentlemen of this city has just received a letter from a friend of bis, physician ot eminence in Bangor, Me, and has kindly allowed us to make tne loiiowiug extract : "I have obtained a,boWt of Scrapa's (id for Deafnei but send immediately; if you have been one or tho wise and prudent, and already bought a bottle, I lie question is , ..Ml... I. -n-. hdp. ,Jiv,t-. vnttf C.mn.'j Clil for Deafness never fails. It is the only medicine that will cure. Thousandsot deaf persons will give their testimony 4 in its iavor The beauty of the thing is, that it curef with out producing any pain, 1 1114 meuictuu tias cureu luure person, uuu ia now ii.-ru more extensively than all other medicines combined, for the cure ot Diseases,,of the Ear. The certificates are numerous and of the highest authority. " Also, , DOCTOR- JACKSON'S PILE A2s'D TETTER EM J5ROCATION. Thismay lie considered a specific, and u warranted to cure. It not only immediately allays paiii and inflarnation. stops all bleed bir. subdues that intolerate itch ing; but if effectually cures, in a very short time,- persons whose lives have been rendered miserable for" yearali Its application produces ho pain, but rather tn agreeable and .pleasant seusuuuu. van, vr seau lor aiii im mm, 1 1 1. n nafnnTol.a.1 . rJorsale.by S. f. IlendmKott,. Nashville; Bell, f Bcbinsoa A.CoLomyille,;6ud J, D,,Pjk,(CiocuinatI. ft sc mari7-'4,-5uu.'.u w. ...a. trxtj-tia W5 TfiXJ'MiS M 3 ; IfVSIIR-A TVniT' Captal Stock, Annual IWuitm and Westira Fund - i i i i . ""mmmmz the'j Policis.of,In3iirance issued ttart oaiha1 iSwaJ L abb tennA againat- -' - :j LOSS OR DAMAG E . 1 - fir FIRE,- OR THE PER;1LS OF NAVIGATION; . y - ze . JJNIWLEY t CHOCK KTT, Agents lor .Vahvil!e and Davidson Coonty, , Vifeai, TESHESSEE HAEIKE AND TIKSlXSTmUrCE COX TAJTr flAPITAT. is rw OFFICE on ihe Xortrt sideof the PublicQar'Wway between the Xashrilk Inn and'theTlanfer's Bank Ibey will make insurance on llousesand Goods of ererrde- xcriptioa arairatHm on StaTmtMnt anil firai unuiut fini 1 and theriakof the river; on e Cargrfof esl Boats aad - . ua. am. vu dkh Tessei'ana oiner cargoeai-oa theuu4tennJ J0UXH. HILL, President, JJossraAcuC Secrelarv. - Uiarcroas. Alex Allison, John H Hill. T B Fosar. O: M f f.r,jmf- "?r. Jn?. J: Joseph Woods, Samue Ji'f n ulsoii, j j v Hue, Jacob Mc1 1 McGavock. THE MUTUAL PBOTZCTIOg nrSTOAJrCK C0KPA3TY ,UJf aABilViLLa, IENHE36EE. OFFICE on Cedar street adjoining the Post Office and opposite the Verandah, will insure on the nmuLv ciple. Houses, Merchandize, At, against Lews or Daman by firK&ieamuoaiaonanvoi tne WHtern .. I, Hazards of InlandKavigaUoii and the Cargoes) ofVesaebicr I . .- .j : . ; - i, . T . r i - ' i i w ipiuti owuoi mc i ci iu m tuc oeu ana ntvera. I Also, the laves ol persons in rood health, for a sinMo rr mr a term oi years, or during me. 'Also, Banknote trans-' au persons navingtneir lives or property- insured in this Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the nmf. its. without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre miums wnicn iney may pay. - . m. s. J'iUJtlfcK, President, . J.B.JOUNSOAVYcePresideat. C. J. i Waaaros, Secretary.. " JanL OUR MOLE SKIN: HAT SPRING STYLE FOX 1854. TiHIS DAY. FEB. 5Sth w will intnvliim in n,,y X tomers and the public, our Spring St le of MOLE SKIN HAT. amonir which am to h found !iT.rim itI. efnurmost disiiniruished manufactnrHi' in th' Eurrn -- ties. "We'spare no pains or expense in getting op a fine- jn, uu pummre io me purcnaseran article, wnicn ror beauty of hnisb, lightness and durability are unsurpassed ID IUU CJ1 . FRANCISCOA WHITMAN. feb23 Jashionable Hatters. No. 23. Public Sauara., T1IK JIII.IK.V ami AT.nnrsri.ii4T. WE have just received aome very beautiful styles of &OFT 11 AT.H. answerini? to the above names, which we wonld recommend to the traveling and business Public hi? a vi'iui'! a- i-uiTrir febar. No. S3 Public Square. WE ARC NOW OPENING A SPLENDID A-ortment of STRAW GOODS, of every descrin- tinn. for Men. Bovs and Childien. Misses Bloomers and Ladies' Riding Hats. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN. feb2.-.'54 Na 21 Public Square. (COUNTRY MERCHANTS ARE REMIND. J Kll that ve havsor VVarerooms well stocked with ev erything new and desirable iu o-ir line for the Spring trade and will be pleased to till Ihrir orders. CKA.'lCIHCUdC tVUIiJlLAW, feb25 '54 No. tSj Public Square. T. J. MOULTON. JSO. J. BFF.Cir. P. W. RLVSF.LU MOULTON, BEECH & CO., .WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS, No?. 5-nnd 51 Broadway, BETWEEN COLLEQE ANP CUERRT STRIXra. NASUY1U.E, TENtf. TTTKare now just in receipt of a large and well assorted V.;;slock of Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oils, Varnishes uyes, i urpenune, ruiiy, uiaas ana u lass ware. c .,. ousu i - A large stock, of Groceries and Sundries, -viz ; St) hhds prime Sugar; 1 00 boxes Star Condi es: I JO hags Kio Uollee. lik bbls Molasses; SO )i bbls do; 20 bbls Crashed Sugar; 10 " Powdered do; 20 bags Pepper; 10 ' Alspice: 20 dox cans Oysters; 12 " " fresh Peaches; 100 boxes Ground Spice3; 50 doz kegs Mustard; 50 boxes best Chewing To 200 kegs Nails, assorted;. 150,000 Cigars, common and fine; 150 boxes Glassware, assort 8,000 galls Stoneware, assorted;-1,000 kegs White Lead; 500 K boxes Window Glass; 1,000 lbs Putty, ia bladders; 1,000 lbs Span Float Indigo; 1,500 lbs Dutch Madder; 20 bbls Clover Seed; bacco; io Tunotny; 10 kegs Fig Tobacco, very 200 bushels Blur Grass; hce article; 200 JlilletSeed: 150 gross Matches; 150 Reams Wrap Paper; 75 doz Buckets; 40 duz Brooms; mar754 10 casks fine Brand v: 10 " American Brandy 10 - STiLWine; 100 bbls Wbiskr, all grades; 3IOULTON, BEECH A CO. DUNCAN, MORGAN fc CO, 70 AND 71 PUBLIC SQUARE, KaahTills, Tennessee. HAVE' now in store a very large. and general assort ment 'of new Foreign and .Demesne Dry Goods,, which they invite the attention of Merchants and Dealers, to their large stock of New style of Dress Silks;: " Plaid, Checked and Striped do. i Plain Fancy, colored da. Black Gro de Rhine "Dress and Apron Silks, s . -French Berages, and Lawns and a General Stock of Dress Goods; English and American Prints, Cloth:, Cassimeres'and Vestings, . Embroideries and Inters, -Irish Linens, Bleached and Brown Domestic, do.- ' do Drilling. Abn- Ladies, mens, misses and bovs Boots. and Shoes, of Kid, Morocco, Goat, lasting. Calf Enameled and Patent Leather. ; : . , New style Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons, Artificial Flowers, Wreaths, Ac- Hats and Caps, Umbrellas, Parasols Ac-.'Ae which we will sell at the lowest prices te punctual dealers, and cash buvers. DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO,. One door Sonth'of City Hotel. We want Feathers, Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at the highest market prices. B o mar? SUNDRIES. 20 BAIJ-S Wrapping Twine; ' :oo uo .taper; 30 cases Cotton and Wool Cards: 15 do gross each, I'atridges Matches; : . . 30 dox Cocoa Dippers; "- ' 100 do Jappaned Candle Sticks; . 8f do Brass do do; ' '- '' 20 do Brittania do do; 200 do Currv Combs; ISO Rifle Jiairels; Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns, Ac, Ac., In- stove, and for sale by A,MORRISON A CO Wholesale Variety Store, corner of Square A Deaderirk st. feb23'54 ' f - k". rpilKEE THOUSAND FRUIT TREES FOR I Sale, by J. 1. Duuton, frum R, T. Andersons Nur- uprir Itiir llpnd. Mefldn f?ntmt- ICr. To any in want of ERUITTREES, it is needless toay anything relative to the quality of the Trees .from that V'nfu,, fn. trim it T-.ul ItT, .1 "1 1 AfinM hnrtlV mdltr (fl t .t 7. V .. V.' '. ' ... lytnattnere are none superior, au i rees are waTaniea, nd I would i-olicit an inspection of them at my store. No. 51 Public Square. Call Soon. j. f. dunton:- LADIES' DRESS Ac WALKING SHOES. RAMA GE & CHURCH, 42 COLLEGE STREET. MrTA VE receired a,ea theirSpring Stcck, con- I JLX aistingof: I Indies Curosa Kid Slippers, plain and ItimJ; t di English tjlove Kid Slippers; do Toilet and Bronzed, and P. C. Slippers; 1 . nt ntL!. . I: J , l ..? . uu laper, s mte r.tti anu-atiii uo; do ('urusoa High Buskins; do French Lasting Slippers; Misses French Morocco Kid and Goat Nett Boots; Children's colored and Black French Morocco, and Kid Boot, and Ankle Ties; Ryan's super Satin Francaise Gaiters, plain and tip'd Cork Soltys, for Indies' and Gentlemen; Gents' Toilet Slippers; White lace, Black and Bronzed Roz9tts, Ac, Ac feli-2.". '54 PORTRAIT PATNTINI;' aEO. DURY has returned to this city and can gaspa ba found at his Rooms, over the Store of W.jgSBI A R. Freeman, on College Street, where ha It prepared 10 execute his art in PORTRAIT PAINTING. II9 will also give instructions to Ladies and Gentlemen in Artist ical Pointing and Drawing. GEO. DURY. marls lm. I AG UERREOT YPE MINIATURESTHE I Jy underjigued would tespectmlly announce to tbe j citizens 01 rsxshriue aud the public generally mar, I he lias taken the rooms over Mvers St McGlll's new' 1 Htnr R W rortwir i.T tlm Snnarp. fiir till DurDOSe of I iuv; n.,.n1i,n iiu.imu ir rMTuwtfnltr asks , " 1 ., !1 IWUUl.MUlf .ttUMtW V ..w - r . r . , .'.fl 11 l.t J. .((.n. lease all. He may be found at ha the day. K Entrance on College street, 1st door from the Square. marlO w. M. P. KAYSEB. Artist OFFICE LITTLE MIAiU AND CoTuiLBUS AND XENIA RAILROAD COMPANY. FREIGHT DEPARTMENT'.-' NOTICE TO KUIPPERS. Cixci.vNATi, Feb. 10i 185L rpHE difficulties wbicli have so long existed at Ens bar JL iing been jemoved, we are now, prepared to receipt FmffhftoNewYork-vi Lake Shore, arid New York and Erie Railroad. Goods will be forwarded with' the leas 1 possible delay. AU packages must be legibly aud definite ly marked, as to weight, consignee, destination. At. Ac , cei,j5 j. r- uirmu;ss. lm FreightAgent. SPRING GOODS NEW STYLES. TJJST'W'Tod. an assortment of elegant "New-'SfyU" r - rmicy iisaiineras ana leaungs, fine iuacx? uioins and Cassimeres, and Superfine-W7hite Embroidered' Silk and Satin Vestings. e - CLIFTON "ABBOTT," "marchl '54 ' -' Na15 Cedar street' -a. "J 'jfPAjrr jwth the bwt Medua4aad7tm f wVk Wullyaoliertote ek, anil Sue aa p!liC? CJ 'l W ' every description of work awertaining,., I; J6 v, . . HAW' MILLS. w 't 4nrt- oirwsho'ci Ian JfSWHsuwfBI.ATia O" 1 iillliaum 1.1s - Kiir.Trnun,n - --- En; 1 iS?;,DS,' C" Iron Rollers, and IT ' " t ironankvauc;" ZufS' Address Jora Thomsox; -AgeSt, f whr, Is , iZ' ' iYa. 47 railEGE STREET JDirrct ImmUn and Bralm in CUTLERY, GUNS, TOffLS, HOWE MNLNNSrMATESlAtSi AND , V -s-WT tenUonoTairMti&Ad wite uVei togivethemacanbeforerciriBrf ACCOUNTS. . M00D5' H.V!.! OLE BtfI,I,,W i AccoifPANtio aiaxoRutv AD ELI N A PATTI, The Musical Phenomenon, and - (Alt P If A TTRTP.FL .? tt A zrn c s, rf "- 4 4ajiuu t X , The great Pianist, will shortly give- nc Wh, Gra n d Conce rt febl WP BP -WWp 0?,AFTERSUXDAVNEXT, MARCH 5th. the Passenirar TrIn .ill i. . 1P.M, and arrive at Nashville at 10 P M. Accommodation. Train will k. W- Arriv:atNahvUleatl0.ls. R....! T2. vlfT-f?'. . 'ted.?1 ArriVe " tnnce at lj. Sandrf ucoa M'cxaa.... ........... ,,, -. McCREA & TERItASS. Wholesale Grocers. Comsiiufnn w..rt,nio AXD OIALISS fS ' liquor, Iron, Castings, Nailj, Floar and Silt; Xo. 35 rrxKi St, Xcshv.lteZ Tenit. SODRIES. ' 100 hhds. prime N.O. Sugar, 150 bbls. Molasses. 20 bags spice. poger. 200 do, 25" kegs golden syrup, 350 bags Baltimore Coffee, bbU.1)Ut:y, 5 - bnmatoaf- . J 40 casks soda, 150 kegs white le3, 500' boxes pint asd quart , flasks, t lOtJfiararuseri M,om melee and Cufc4 six segars. " 100 ifros.,' bUldiXXO: " 125 boxes and lJMsUrX eandlM, vf i .175 box' tiHow nattiea. T3 barsoap,S 101 cc3esjguapcnrdtfjia.'i imperial tea, 6 bbls. Epsom saHi. Ce 73 boxes b ny 10. 14 bT.tt. andl2byl3gUa.vJt 1M boxes aodbr4tift leaioat, V 2 cases Indigo, " 1 cxsk madder, . 15bmkt' . 75 ' llavanns, da, 127 " Laguvra do. 50 pockets old Java do.. 150 bbls. loaf and powdered nugar, 5 tierces Rice. 0 boxes Langhom A Arm Stead'a Tobacco.- . 100 boxes other brands, 10.000 lbs. bar lead. 400 bags shot, assorted, 9t0,000 Q. D.per'iioa caps, 800 kegs powder. 50 boxes starch, 800 demijohns, SOO bags Use salt. 1000 bbbu Kan. do.fc SOO boxes W. R. cheese. 150 E.D. . do 75 doc plough lines and bed cords- 23 bags'pepper; Tbe above will ba sold very low at 33 Broad st.br. - j .sicUKtLA TERBASS.-- To Railroad and Ttininii-n rn.f,i..i't DOZ. picks, 1 2 dozen shovels, - 10" mattocks, 40 drills, - . ,10" ?Pdes. 75 steel pointed erowSar. ' 5" sledgehammers, 50 crow bars, nnfinisW- Ia store and fur sale low by McCRKA A TERR ASS w LIQUORS. 5 PIPES fine brandies, M) 1 - Holland gin, 1 puncheon Irish whuky, 800 40 bbls. port wine, some verr -TS fine, " ' ,,-,9 5 bbls. sherry wiaev. 1 0 " Madeira do. 40 40 " . Sweet Mala ja, , 15 boxes Muscat wine,- - iXt 25 claret , da. 2.. bbls. Pike'. ffiaKeli a .nWaiy, Teun.rw?Jjila., JtqwrsV BMgnolwryedw pld BourbeVfdo- American beuldr. N.E.rwV(tf copper DwWly isew l orx gw. erry erasdTr ay . , 3 It McCREA A TEKKASMLj; jSSStrV-F Astnros and heavy harbwaxe. im ruueu-ana nam- setts axles; assorted, mered iron, ,5 casks trace-ehaia,-. 10iX kegs nails, ass'd, a- " hoes, asserted. 40 Urns casU'ngs, ,5 Jo,, hanikers, 2500 1 hs, cast and sheaMteoU iVO 1 bs. E-B. steil, 5000 lbs. American B. do 1('X ' ' jdojstr 20 bundles spring do 10,000 lbs. plough wior. 400 ploughs ho. 1,2,8.4. Lcasfc cWrr rieisfe 40 boxes Collins' axes, 20 dot frying pssisu ?LreKLdfcr,Ib7 McCREA A TEHRASS. APPLES 100 bbfa. Kppia apples. POTATOES. 1 00 bbKlt lL-T$ihtr. V CLOVER SEEDVlW'bUs, clover f e-L.tnTfc JlcUrvCVi Ti.1) oiTSaiiniRTTxGri O .til Collega and Lmcn ts. have just rocived, it su4tlr of Landreth Garden Seeds, consisung ia part Of ttio follow ing. Tic - Landreth Extra Early Peas.Early Sugar Corn, - Large Marrowfat do, do Cenada "Co, lng BlnoJ Beet, Early do do, do York Cabbage, Sugar Loaf, do. Large Drum bead io. Cucnmbers; Egg Plant, - Mountain Sprout WalefMrl- do' Sveet Flat Dutch do, Ball Pepper; Landreth Silver Skin Onion Tomato Pep rt cast v?.. Sets; Raduh, Ao7 Ac. &q .s marl "DUCK WHEAT SEED A gW suppryteil-re. ceivea ana lorsaie or STRETCH 'i 8ft fL i. marl 7 Corner Collego- and-IftMBOss.. TPLOWER JAILS A su iptr Flower Jan red A -and lor sale by STRETCH' A"0 maris , Corner College A Unn aWv. X) A1N T&, Ate Just received a good low in quantities to suit purchasers, by . "Ht " M 'STRETCH ' OKI. "IT7ANTED. Wanted to bire or boy likely Negri V T Girl, from nin to tHtlreyeani of age Tor: saeh, a, ryd cash, price will be given. For particulars, enquire at U AC. ROBERTSON'S fW.tiWri- 'n n 1 Hm.,1 -A. uno iu,opiriL iiupeoiine x 1.1 1 'ttnarS'AA 2w "DRANDIES AND WINEW. J- 18tjcasks iniperior'Brandr, (warTaateM'piire',) 5 quart cask old Port Wine; " - t 5 " "Madeira do - f .Vf 2. half pines verr fine Brundr. For lata Hfa . R. F. HULL, 1 -mchlO'ol nrvoMEsric LiquoRs.- J: Z bbU New-York Brndr: 10 " Gin. Far aSft hr mchlt) '54 IL F. BELL. 5 No- 2.- Colleire t. oproslte Sewanee Hoes. CLOVER, SEED 35 bbis uesh "ck.er' SLuluc sale by R. F. BELL. IRISH POTATO ES-75 bbls whit and btae Mea hannoch',' London Ladvs and Pink Eyes, for sals by mchio'54 1UP. BBLEb, ' JOHN BROWNE, MERCHANTTAILOH,"! ' NO. 4S, COLLEGE STREET, - t HASth's 'day received bis Spring aud 'Summer Stock ot Goods. ' H. B. William's. Report of I'asbioti'A forsale. ntr3'54 lm btwo " " XPRESH S'MVRNAP'IGS. ioo drums Bin Hutorna X Figs; received ttus day. JOHN NIXON, J maris '54 KALSINS it boxes Raisins, in fancy boxes, receiv ed this day JOHN NIXOJitJ. LEMONS. Io boxes fresh Sicily Lemons, just ! -ed; maris JOHN NIXON, Jfc PRINCIPE CIGARS., received this day; mar8'54 -15,090 Principe Ci JOHN NKOS, jr. TtfEDlA KEG ALIA CIGARS. 2o,0vO One smaU ItJL Regalia's, received thisday. raar4 '54 JOHN NTJCN.jr- PINE APPLE CHEESE 111 boxea ilea Appi ' Cheese, received this day. . mars JOHN NIXsW, J- , Q S. ALMONDS. bbU S. S. Almoodj! receivei JOHN 31XiXi'3- this day. mars gAROINI-A supply of .Sardin figg NGL1SH DAIRY C'li&-lSr VDairy Cheese, ereasly jf" -JJ lust receivesj- -5 3 TA.t- lust recesvedswbhMWeaJady I p soars n - 1,. hat nt s 40 baskets champaign' AntM; ' The abc-re 3 SL JSCiMM OT B4 as i till !M JXiU.i TI 1 St. - 1 ' AfHm.