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1 y V NASHVILLE: To AJverUtera Th ehn,- bet ndrmutn; mnium ii that which ntacbr tliUfpw. nuMlwr-t readenat the fewest proportional cm I. aJ ih 'n Tn infz wni invxari nuo VIU IK rircuialKMW A I Ul CIT- hnjitwMni with ili- iiWeueof our city tal viciuxltoiu,i an ajter- The Agricultural Society and Mechanical , Association will meet in the .Circuit Court room of the Court House on next Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. Al upon business of the first importance. All tiios2 who feel an interest in the success of this en lorprise are requested to attend. 3gT Attend the sale this day at 10J o'clock, A, II., by J. L. & R. W. Brown, of thirty beautiful . Jluilding Lots in Putnam's addition to Edgefield The sole takes place on the premises about COO yards from the public square. Theater. Hiss Ikce, to-night appears as Jor- yersl jUmore, in tho beuutiful play of Love's Sjcri tfice. The farce is Betsey Bahrllr. Coweix as Mower, and Miss Makv Hill as Betsey Baker. Married. On Sunday morniDg, the 19th inst, y Kev. J. It. Ferguson, Mr. John McIIenkt, of Cincinnati, O., to Miss Ellen T., second daughter of Capt. II. IL Harrison of this city. Cincinnati papers please copy. The auction sale of Groceries by Davis & Swank takes place tins morning. 5ST" The Umpire leaves at 10 o'clock this morn' trig for I'aducah. And the Shjlack for Smithland ami Paducah at 2 o'clock, P. M. Q5" See Dr. Shelby's advertisement ofjennets. We learn that a scene of considerable dramatic (Feet (for particulars see small bills) occurred in the xploueu Canal Hank at Cleveland yesterday. An i Id sailor, who had $1,500 deposited in that institu tion, entered the concern and demanded Ins money. Vhe Cahier politely informed him that they were 1 ot doing that business. The old salt stepped i cross the street and soon returned with a revolver, tne muzzle of which he "deposited" against the caput of the Caphier, threatening to produce an in Mant severance of soul and body, if his money was r ot immediately forthcoming. The trembling of ficial regarded the "shooting iron," as a "sight c raft," which prudence required should be honored forthwith, if not sooner, and accordingly commenc ( I counting out the money. But it is a hard mat t r to force a banker to disgorge his ill-gotten plun tT, and even a revolver is not an infallible t jecific. The Cashier managed to dispatch a boy J.ir a constable, who arrived before the counting concluded, and further proceedings were stayed. The sailor fiuding himself thwarted elevated his revolver to shoot the Cashier, but the weapon was itiught by the constable, and the Cashier succeeded in getting out of the scrape without parting with either his "money or his life." Ohio Statesman. 2ew York, Nov. 15. By the arrival this even ing of the ship Agnes, we have Rio Janeiro dates to the 20th of September. She reports that the U. S. ship Massachusetts from Ric Janeiro, on the 20th September, for Capetown, but was compelled io return to port when one day out, to repair dam ages sustained in a gale. Tho ship Couqueror, from Liverpool, arrived at tins port to-day. She lost 40 of her passengers in the voyage. New York, Nov. 15. The "Washington corres pondent of the Journal of Commerce telegraphs die tallowing: "The French difficulty assumes a se rious asjiect. Official advices were received by the Government yesterday. The remonstrance of Messrs. Ma?ou and Buchanan was rudely repulsed. The insult was apparently designed and premedi tated." mm BROTHERS. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 7, North College Street, NASHVILLE, TENN., alll'. CAKB! SODA. 'i A AHA LBS. Primo New Castle Soda. Received XKUlU and fur sale by EWIN BROTHERS auglG, '54 if. c DYE STUTFS. 2000 pounds of prime InI go, SOW) do Alum; 125 do Cochineal; 850 do Extract of Logwood; CCO clo Cream of Tartar; 100 do Muriate ofTin; Received and for sale at the lowest market rates hy Mglfi tf EWIN BR0"S. SNUFFS. 24 doz. Garrett's Snuff iu bottles, 210 do do do in papors; HIO ilo lionn's in do; lStO lbs. Maocaboy Snuff, in barrels and jars; Received and fur tale low by angle. EWIN BRO'S- PERCUSSION CAPS. 500,000 (1. 1). l'ercU!sion Caps, Hsrsaleby EWIN BRO'S. UOTTLK COKKS. 203 Grn. velvet bottle Corks; For sale low by EWIN BRO'S. window :lass. ISO BossRxlO Window Glass; M'Cully and other brands; J.tO do 10x1- do do; do do; SO CO 1W) do 10 14 and 12x14; do; do do; do 13-16 ami 12-1S; do do do do Window Glass assorted sizes: 11-15 11-1611-18 10-2012-2214-1314-2014-2218 22 16 24 18-21-20-2420 SO 24-S0 24-36 80-40 and 32-4S. la utore and for sale by EWIN BUG'S. I'EKFIJMEKY AC. 2.W dnz. Colonge Water; 115 do Knse llair Oil; Hi) do Burs Oil; 12." do ToiletSoap, assorted; i0 do Eineshaviii!r, do. 1(H) Boies do do; Received and for sale by ang K, '"! tf. EWIN BROTHERS. ft n 1.00MIS. T. A. JI CALL II- FiOomis & Co. WirOLESALE CICOCEKS AND COMMIS SION .1IEKCIIAXTS, AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF HAZARD POWDER No. 1- I'ublic Square, Nashville. Wfi Uave now in store, and for sale low for Cash : 50 hhds. Sugir, all grades; 25 barrels Loat and Crushed Sugars; 100 bag tine Salt, Factory failed; lno kegs Naili; 2o bags Pepper. Spice and Ginger; f cetooas indigo; M and $ cliests of Tea; in boxes Mir and Senn Candler; 175 Manufactured Tobacco, all grades; 840,000 Regalia Cigars. do; 10 cases Wolfs Schiedam Schnapps; H. It. L00MIS4C0. A ISO, IN .HAGAZLNE : l,HMt kegs llazard'x Kentucky Rifle I'owder; 2W a " do do do do: S&o do do do do; 1500 kegs Wasting 1'oTVder; l.OOO oiinisters f one jwund each Rifle do: 100 legs eea shooting do do; 800,000 lelof Bacon i lim's celebrated Safety Kus e F.raleby S. II. LOOMIS i CO., ourW Agents lor the Manufacturers. OniJV'S LADY'S JIOOK lor iNOVEJJUER. Hie most beautiful number of the Tear. Just re ceived bv F. 1IAGAN. od2t Market street. Fit EN CI FiTESSONS Jl J U. ZEVALLOS would be pleased to take a few classes iSX Ladies or Geiitleiuen, desirous of acquiring the FMocb Itnguoge. We the uudersigned take pleasure in recommending Mr. Zea!!nasu "i wortli gentleman and eminently quali fied as a tntcher. It. J. MK1GS, JOHN M. LEA. M. VAUOUN, JOHN A. McEWKN, . F. llENl'LKV, JOHN S, YOUNU, S- ! ALLISON. X0- Any api-bcation left at the Rook Store of W. T Bern- Si "o., will be piimplly attendml to. OCtl4 2m B. FOll SALE. A very desirable Lot on Line st i adjoining the Lotsot Richard I'yde, fronting Oo lee anil J. adjoiomg the Lotsot Richard I'yde, fronting Oo leeton Unr street and mnuing back 128 feet. For lenns. Ac. apiilyt.i W. L BOYU.Jr., tc'il 1 N"" ' lierry st AVE A HE NOW KKCF.I V1N( our stock of WINTER CLOTHINOIor Men and Bojs, ompriMiig all the newest styles .1 ti.its. Vests and I'ants, ofdif lerent qualities, with a large as sortment of Cloths, '"assimeres and estings, which we will makeup to order, in the most FASHIONABLE STYLE. A1m, a large assortment rl (ienilemen's Furnishing Goods :ind I'n.Ier ('lothing of the bet qualitv. Sdk and Gingham Uni. brellas in black and fancy colors CLIFTON A ABBOTT. October b, ISM. . KV.IlOIIirs ;.LVA.NIC SUFFOHTJBH.S. O A am- article highly recommended by those who have used lliein. and bv several physicians of this city; all sizes .. . 'I .1... MM .,t. l...l.' .nl f.a BetU' Supporters, a full assortment t2t J.G.BROWN. BY TELEGRAPH. Niw York, Nov. 18. Corn easier but not lower. Tork a trifle higher mes3 S12 C2 0 512 75. The Washington Union announces positively the withdrawal of Soule. his expulsion it is presumeu win oe sausiautury. Tne Uahawba arnved witn itavanan uaies oi me 12th nothing of importance. Cikcis-vati, Nov. 18, night. River low and falling. Flour dull at $7 C3a$7 75; Whisky 30$ a 31$. Pittsburo, Nov. 18, night Water thirty-seven inches and falling. Louisville, Nov. 20. Tho river is falling slowly- Fifty thousand hogs have been slaughtered here up to date. Cincinnati, Nov. 20. The river has risen two inches. Flour 7 G5a7 75; Green meats three, four and six, for shoulders, sides and hams. Money improving. New York, Nov, 20. The markets are un changed. Pittsburg, Nov. 20. River falling with two feet ten inches water in the channel. COMMERCIAL,. UXIOS AKD AUKRICAff OrFlCB, 1 Nashville, Nov. IS. 1S54. j The river for twenty-four hours past has be en rising slow ly, and there is water enough ou tho shoals for low waUr steamers. Business this week lia3 been dull, the pi-Rnto in the money market, the low stageof water in the mer, and lim ited supplies of loading articles of produce, all operating unfavorably upon it. Corro.w We hear of no speculative movements in the Cotton market The prices which prevail in Liveqool do notjustify those paid in New Orleans, and leave no margin for profits; consequently, unless there is a decided advance in the former place or a decline in the latter, speculators must continue to bold oH". The sales this week do not go over 50 bales at 7a7c. The inability to makt shipments causes cotton to come in ulowly; and although there is more at the gins than there was at this time last season, the re ceipts hereare lighter, being about 1700 bales. Tobacco. There has been nothing dene since our last iu Tobacco, Ftoca. The demand for flour is sleady and stocks am ple. No change in prices. Meal Is scarce and in demand, at vo cents per busnei wholesale. Bacon There has been a falling off in the sales of Ba con this week, and prices are lower. We quote hams at ba 9c; shoulders 6c; sides 7aSc Coax Continues scarce, and there is adisposition toad. vance prices, which have recently been a shade above those which ruled last month. Some holders are asking as high asJ4a4 50 perbhL, though we bear ol no heavy transae tions at these figures. Salt The demand for salt has been active, and the sales have left barely two weeks supply in market. Prices are unchanged. Pork Packers are not purchasing, consequently prices .e unsettled. There has Deen a good deal in market, and sales in small parcels eflected at 4 to 5c; some holders are asking as high as 6c for best quality comfr'' But these prices are not to be received as the market value of the article. Cattle Beef cattle continues to sell low, 3a4c being the prices paid. Sheep $1 50a$2 00 per head, and little demand. Groceries Supplies limited, no change in prices. Reported for Hie Union and American.' Atlauta, Nov. 16, 1854. Deab Sirs: The sales of Bacon and other produce during the past week, ending to-day, has been heavy, and there is yet a moderate stock of Bacon on hands, except Hams, which is scarce at 18c lb Clear Sides, Rib'd Shouldeis, Lard plenty, Butter, scarce, Geaix. Corn, scarce, Corn Meal, scarce, Oats, scarce. llHJic"JJR. 10llCiJ lb 10c f) lb 12K13c lb 182Uc) tb 8590c it bushel 90$l f? bushel COc bushel Groceries. Coflee, Fair and Prime Rio, 1213c Sugar, S. O. Fair and Prime, 5gCc Molasses, N. O., 2380c gallon Candles, Admantine, -ie J lb Salt Sack of 200 lbs, 2 15(32 25 EXCHANGE. Sight Drafts on New York, Augusta, Charleston and Savannah, cent, premium. Respectfully, SEAGO, ABBOTT & CO, General Cornmistion Merchants. NEW BOOKS. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. F. HAGAN, Book Seller and Stationer, Mirttt Htrei,nppotU4 ike Union Had, Nashville, Tenn. MERCAANTS, Traders, Tea-tier?, Librarisan, and all buying BOOKS AND STATIONERY, will llud at the above house a large and complete assortment of School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books. Also, Letter and Cap Paper, a large and bplendid assortment. Blank Hooks, in every variety of Style and Binding; all of which have been manufactured and selected with great care, and will be sold at low prices. 33" Merchants, Teachers and Traders, selecting their Fall Stocks, are earnestly requested to give us acill before making theirpurchases. F. HAGAN. nol2 No 31 Market street. NEW BOOKS, "THE CABIN BOY'S STORY: A Semi-Natural Ro mance, founded on facta. By the Author of the 'Pirate Doctor,' 'The lawyen's Story,' 'The Old Doctor, Ac..' Ac." One vol 12 mo. Price tl 25, "EVENTIDE: A Series of Tales and Poems. Afton." One beautilul 12 mo vol. Price f 1 25. By Eflie "CAPTAIN C0NAT; Or, Twenty Years of an American Slaver." Beingan account of his career and adventures on the coast, in the interior, on hipboard, and in the West Indies; written out and edited from the Captain's journals, memoranda and conversations. By lirantz Mayer. One vol Is me. Price $125. THE LADIES' COMPLETE GUIDE TO CROTCHET, Fancy Knitting and Needle Work.'- By Mrs Ann S. Ste phsns. This work contains a complete dictionary of the technical terms used in descriptions of Crochet and Fancy Knitting patterns. The characters are so clearly explained that auy person who can read can, in a few hours, learn to execute the most complicated and ditlicult patterns in crochet and knitting. This work also contains the clearest elementary information and the fullest instructions for every species of Needlework, with new and beautiful Edgings aud Inser tions, in addition to the choicest specinieus of Ladies' Work. Price only tl. For sale by F. HAGAN. novl2 Market street "THE PARABLES OF FREDERIC AD0LPHUS KRUMMAC11ER, from the Seventh German Edition; .with Twenty-six Elegant Illustrations. Beautifully bound. For sale by uovl2J F. HAGAN. SPIRITUAL BOOKS. THE GREAT HARM0NIA, YOU 1. The Physician. By A J Davis. THE GREAT HARMONIA, VOL. II. The Teacher. By A J Davis. THE GREAT HARMONIA, VOL. III. The Seer. By A J Davis. THE SPIRITUAL TEACHER. ' By Spirits of the Sixth Circle. R P Ambler, Medium, THE PILGRIMAGE OF THOMAS PAINE; Written by the Spirit of TLomas Paine, through C Uaminond, Medium. THE PRESENT AGE AND THE INNER LIFE, Being a Sequel to Spiritual Intercourse. By A .1 Da vis. This is an elegant Book of near 300 pages oc tavo; ill strated. ASTOUNDING FACTS FltOM THE SPIRIT-WORLD. Witnessed at the home of J A (iridley, Southampton Mass. Illustrated with a colored diagram. SPIRITUALISM; By Judge Edmonds and Dr G T Dexter, with an up- I jendage by Hon N P Tallmadge, aud others. I RIVULET FROM THE OCEAN OF TRUTH; An interesting narrative of advancement of a Spirit from darkness to light, showing the inllueoce or man ou earth o er the departed. By John S. Adams. EPIC OF THE STARRY HEAVENS; SKken by Thomas 1. Harris in 20 hours and 16 min mvs, while in a trance state, 210 pages, 12mo., 4,000 biles. VOICES FROM SPIRIT-LAND, Through Nathan Francis White. Medium. I1R1TTA.S AND RICHMOND'S DISCUSSION, 4o0 pages .ctu v.. This work contains twenty fonr letters from each of the parties above named, 'enioo dyingagreai number or tacts and arguments, roand enn, designed lo illustrate the spiritual phenomena ot all ages, but especially the modern manifestations. THE TELEGRAPH PAPERS; Vol.1; edited by S B Bnttan. This volume of mis eellanies, comprises all the important articlns publish ed iu the SrmiTUAL TKLtniupii for the three months ending August 1st, 1553 over 400 pages, 12mo. THE CONFLICT OF AGES; Or the Great Debate on the Moral Relation of God and Man. By Edward Beecher, D. 1). Forsaleby CHARLES SMITH. pct22. 41 College street MAMMOTH AUCTION SALE OF VALUA' BLE REAL ESTATE, A T the Court House in Nashville, at 101 o'clock, A. M., j. jl. uuoaiuraay, me aoin aay ot flovemoer : First 10 Beautiful Buildin? Lots In Brownaville. from to 2 miles from Nashville, and from 1 to 1 miles from dgetield. Said lots contain from 4 to 5 acres each, with tu. bUglUlD uuiiuiug BJLU uucku 1U1, ami U&vlDg SOU OI UQ surpassed fertility for gardening purposes. Said lots are but a short distance from the city, and offer rare induce ments to persons who want a nice little home convenient to, and at the same time free from the heat, dust and heavy uui jKjraiKm mx ox me ciiy. v e will oner tne lonowing lots as laid down in the plan of the Brownsville lots, which willbeexhibited on the day of sale: Lot No. 23 has a Dwelling with 2 rooms, and contains 3 acres S3 poles, and fronts on the corner of Gallatin Pike ana Wain street os. 21,22, 32 and 83, front on Main street a few hundred yards from the Gallatin Pike. Nos. 59 and 60 front on the Porter Pike a nd contain about acres each, and have remareably line building sites. Sub divisions of lots A os. 1 and i fronton Lindsley street and ocoti Avenue. Terms 6, 12, 18, and 24 months credit for notes well en dorsed, payable in bant:, and a lien retained, to peno who bnv on speculation: and a credit of 1 . 2. 8. ahd years, with interest oa the two last notes, to persona who will give bonds forfeiting 10 per cent damages, if they do not erect dwellings on me iois wunin me nexi iweive months, and the bale to be void. Persons wishing to avail tnemsclves or the taciuties given Dy ins ew xiuuaing as soeiation. will find it to their interest to buy a lot in Brownsville. We will gladly show the lota to persons wishing to examine. Second Two Desirable Building Lots on Vine street, op posite the Capitol; each fronting ti6f feet, and running oacKisoieet Terms 1, 2, S, years, with interest for notes payable in Bank, well endorsed, and a lien retained. Third A Brick Dwelling, with 7 rooms, No. 95, on the corner of Church and McLemore streets. The lot fronting 50 feet on Church and about 188 on McLemore. Terms 6, 12, 18, and 24 months credit, with interest for notes payable in Bank, Ac Fourth The following desirable tracts of land, about 414 miles from Nashville, near Franklin College; bounded on the North by the lands of Mrs. J.R. Habbs, on the West by Mrs. R. P. Smith, on the East by Rev. T. ianning a I.oi .ai.donthe South by the Harris lands. Said land is subdivided into three tracts as follbws : No. 1 contains.32 acres 60poles; a comfortable dwelling, Ac., 4 never failing springs, about one-thtrd of the land wen umbered. No. 2 contains 81 acres 16 polos, 2 fine springs a beau tiful buildine site: one-third of the tract well timbered. No. 3 contains 29 acres 4 poles nearly all timbered, springs, &c. ALSO, About 140 acres of land known as tho Cheatham and &r ing tract, situated between 5 and C miles from Nashville, oulhe Nolensville Pike. No. 3 contains 49 5-160 acres. No. 4 contains 30 acres. No. 8 contains 13 acres. The following lots front on a neighborhood road. No. 5 con tains 27 150-1C0 acres. No. 6 contains 23JT acres. Tekms 6, 12, 13, and 24 months credit without interest wiiu good security on the tirst two notes, and a lien retain ed. tale positive and without reserve. Attend this sale or you lose a bargain. J. L. A R.W.BROWN, novll-tf No. 6S Cherry st E. R. Glascock, Auctioneer. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE. WE offer forsale the beautiful Country Seat of PLEAS ANT MAYN0R, Esq., 3 1-2 miles from Nashville, on the Gallatin Pike. The tract consists of forty acres, with a ery handsome Frame House, with 8 or 10 rooms, &c Callooou,on J. L. A It. W. BROWN, nova I ot 6i4 Cherry st. FOR SALE. ON SATURDAY', 18th inst, I will offer for sale at pub lic auction, at the Court House door in Nashville, tliat BEA UT I F UL RESIDENCE, situated 8-4 ot a mile from the Corporation line. The Lot contains S acres and 51 poles, and fronting S45 feet on the Murfreesboro' Turn pike and 250 feet on the old Lebanon road, now being turn jiiked, and opposite the residence of Andrew Ewing. The house is a two-story brick, containing 4 rooms in the main building, 2 comfortable bed rooms in the porch; also a base ment the whole size of the main building, and dining room under the porch, brick Stable aud Carnage House, with a good Cedar-Ixjg Smoke House, Dairy, aud Well of good Water. Tekms: 0, 12, IS and 24 months, notes well endorsed and a lien retained until the purchase money is paid. K. A. BALLOWE, General Agent, novlO. No 17, Deaderick st A COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR RENT. I WISH to Rent for two years the place on which I now live, 5 miles from Nashville on the Murfreesboro' Turn pike, containing 70 acre', 40 or 45 acres cleared. It is a beautiful place. Apply at No. 83 Cedar Street nor tti.t5 W. JPOKTEK. REMOVAL. B. L. SIMPSON begs leave to inform his triends and customers that be has removed his Agency for the sale of Foreign Wines aud Liquors, to the Warehouse of Jlessrs. S. H. Iioomis A Co., No. 42, West side Public Square, opposide the Planters Bank, novo lm SHERIFF'S SALE. virtue of an order of Sale to me directed Irom the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson county, I will oa TUESDAY the lMh day December, 1854, at the Court House in Nashville, expose to public Sale, for Cash, a cer tain LOT OK GROUND on the North sideof Cumberland river; near the residence of Dr. John Shelby, known as the Track Depot Lot of the louisville and Nashville Railroad Company, containing almut TKN ACRES; a more particular description of which will be given on the day of sale. Said Land levied on as the property of said Railroad Company to satisfy an execution in favorof E. Goodrich, E. B. BIGLEY, Sheriff, J AS. HAMILTON, Dep.fch'ff. novS id STEAMER IROO.UOISE. Jr. D. L. F. H. BROOKS, Master, WISHES to inform the public that lie has recently purchased this substantial Steamer, :and intends running her during the present season troui NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS, and solicits from his old friends, as formerly, a share of public patronage. Sir. THOMAS J. HOPKINS will act as Clerk,and will give every attention to any business that may be entrusted to him. Whenever there is patronage stifii cit nt and.shippers desire, by application to the boats agents trips will'be extended on the Cumberland river as high up as ROME. The IROQUOISE has superior accommodations for Pas sengers and Freight, standing A No. I, in insurance. Apply to JOHNSON A WEAVER, or JOHN YE ATM AN, Agents. novlO 6m B w o NASHVILLE AND CLARKSVILLE PACKET Making three Trips a Week. AS soon as the water wnl permit the ffW0" iv light draught passenger and freight steamer WM. PHILLIPS, N. HOPKINS, Master, will commence her regular trips, leaving Nashville on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at lo o'clock P. M. Clarksville Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10 o'clock P. M. Orders tor freight and pas sage received by H. II. HARRISON, Agent, novl at P. F. Hardcastle's, Front street Clarksville Jeflersonian please copy, and send ac count as above. 6m. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS AT 10K O'CLOCK, ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. ON the premises, in Putnam's addition to Edgefield, we will sell "rom 20 to 80 beautiful lots. Also, a number of lots on Factory and ether streets. Each lot offered will be sold to the highest bidder without i eserre. We will have printed bills in a few days. J. L. A R. W. BROWN, novll tf No. US, Cherrystreetj E. R. Glascock, Auctioneer. WINTER WRAPPINGS. JUST received and opening this day a large invoice of elegant Satins and Cloth Cloaks and Talmas, of the latest Paris styles. Also, super Square aud Long Shawls at low pricesat McCLELLANDS' Metropolitan Store, novll No, 51 and 5 College street. Henry C. Ycatninn, Geo. T. Lewis, and Jns. Woods, Jr., having purchased interests in the above named concern have been admitted as partners. The business will hereafter be conducted in Nashville under the name and style or WOODS, YEATMAN A CO., and at Cumberland Iron Works under the name or WOODS, LEWIS A CO. The outstanding affairs of the firm o Woods, Pavne A Co., will be closed up and settled by new concerns. ' WOODS, YEATMAN A CO, Nashville. WOODS, LEWIS A CO.. oct22, '54 eolm Cumberland Iron Works. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. AN excellent and beautiful Farm, eligibly situated on the White's Creek Turnpike, 4 miles from the city, couiaining 140 acres ol the very best laud 100 acres cleared and under a high state of cultivation, and the balance well timbered. There is a very good house upon the farm and an excellent well ol the finest water in Davidson county. A1.SO. A huelv improved country seat, near the Nolensville Pike, three miles from the city, conlaining3o acres Persons desiring an elegant and convenient home near to Nashville will find their wants exactly suited tn the abore. AI.S(. A very commodious Brick Dwelling, in South Nashville, with a'lot fronting 150 feet on College street AI.S0. A lot in South Nashville, fronting 93 feet on College street. AI.SO. A lot in South Nashville, fronting 93 feet on Market street ALSO. A lot in South NashTille, fronting 100 feet on Summer street ALSO A handsome lot in Edgefield, fronting 290 feet on Beil street. The above property will be offered at private sale until the 2d Saturday in December, when, if not so disposed of, it will be sold at public auction. Persons desiring any further information iu regard to the property can receive it by applying either to JOHN NIXON, or novir, -tl Col. JOS. W. WORK. NASHVILLE STEAM STONE WORKS, SAMUEL HASLAM AJAS W. FELTS, PROPRIETORS, WalmtGrotit, Jefferson St., Nash vtllk, Tkns. THE subscribers take this method of returning their most sincere thanks to their friends, and the public general ly, for the patronage they have already received, and would say to them that they ars now able to furnish all kinds o cut stone, fencing, capping, sills, steps, Ac., Ac. Flagging. Sawed, bush hammered and self faced. Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. deci ly VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. " XTK will sell a valuable Ixt on Cherry street, near the YV Theatre, fronting lifty feet on Cherry street, and running back ISO feet to an alley. This lot is near Cedar stroet, and has an alley on the side between it and the Theatre. Applyto LINDSLSY A CROCKETT, oct22 85 College st LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, AND NASH. V1XLE BEG ULAR PACKEITS F0S 1854-'55. The splendid new Steamer UAPT. 1'. It. BAECLAT. & And tho favorite steamer CUMBERLAND VALLEY, CArr. CM. Fekrell, WILL ran in the above trade this season, commencing their trips cn the first rise ia Cumberland River. uneoiinese DOats wiiueavewasnville every TUESDAY al 4 o'clock, P. M.; returning will leave Cincinnati cverv H'T"1"t'.!T 1 T . . ; Tl 1 r ...... J iminwiai ai-kuciocs, i. jil. ana tiomsTiiie every THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock. A. JL I respectfully solicit for these fine steamers a share of pu&licpatronage. A. HAMILTON, ept24. Agent "N A HY.V. in T11K IltVVIlT TIVK1.S assorted sizes, in store, and for sale cheap, to close, by nni07 TlIIVOfl- Ilfi7is nil TT10R HKWT That Tprv HoairoMo 'f.r. trl JD known as the "SraLTO Palace Inst." with S orlO acres Krona, ior tne year i sod. Apply to QC125 WM . BOYD. Jr, HUGHES BROTHERS, UAUUEHSEAN ARTISTS AND DAGUEREEOTYPE STOCK DEALERS. C. C. HUGHES, Union street, over Stretch & Orr's. F.N. HUGHES, 59 College street. late Dobyns A Co. AT EACH of these Galleries the public can ob-tSO tain first class Pictures, as we use the best$:"Y ...... . . uj? Maienai ana largest and most approved Apparatus. Our ltOOmS are neatlv fitted im. with Pmorfnl Siilo in,l Sl-i Lights, the only ones in the city, which is acceded by all Artists and Connoiseures to be the best for taking large FAMILY GROUPS so as to disn.n with th, ilart shadows so gnerally seen and objected to. We have a beautiful PIANO for the use of the LADIES. As we attend personally to our Sitters our patrons may rely on polite attention, and Pictures second to none. K? Citizens and Sfrancrers are nolitelr invitnd to visit our ikooins, wnemer mey neea nctures or not novi II GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, No. 53 Market Street. NEW ARRIVAL OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING npHE undersigned has just made large additions JL to his Fall supply of Ready Made Clothing, which makes his stock complete, it comprises in part: Uioia uioiKs, latest styles; Talma and Spanish Cloaks; Overcoats or all qualities and styles; Cloth Frock, Dress, Business and Sack Coats, an colors; Cloth, Cassimere, Satinet, Tweeds, Jeans, and other Pants ia great variety: Silks Satin, Plush and other description or v esi3, a very cnoice siock; Shirts, Drawers, Suspenders, Cravats, Handker chiefs, Socks, undershirts, Net and Flannel, Trunks. Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac., Ac., and indeed everything necessary to a gentlemen's Furnishing House. The CustomDtparlment is under the management of an ex perienced practical cutter; and those who may order Cloth ing maae up may rciy on mil sausiacuon uemg given, lie thanks his friends for the patronage which has been extended him, and hopes for a continuance of their favors. octrj rjani at. sui..UAUtvr.K, Agent. THOMAS M. CASH, PHILADELPHIA EAILWAY AGENCY. FOR the purchase on Commission of all articles required by Railroad Companies and Machinists. utlice Pio. 80 so. 1-ourtn street near Walnut, rinladel- phia. REFERENCES. Richard Norris & Son, Locomotive Builders, Philadel- fihia; William D. Lewis, Esq., President Calawissa, Wil iarasport aud Erie Railrmd Comoanv: Messrs. Grant A Stone, and Charles Henry Fisher, Esq., Philadelphia. uci. zo, lirmaw. NO. 79, BROAD STREET. (Bttwen Clitrry and Hummer) JUST received a new fresh lot of DRY GOODS of the latest and bes. styles of DRESS GOODS; various Plaid Cashmeres and Delaines, and a Urge lot of CHEAP SILKS. Also, STAPLE GOODS of every grade, which will be sold at a very reduced price. Call and see it you wish to purchase Goods cheap. The above goods are compelled to be sold in a limited time. oct27-2w. R. A A. SMITH. Agent CAUTION PAPERS STOLEN. THE desk at my Foundry was broken open on Monday night, and a large quantity of notes, accounts, aud constables' and lawyers' receipts taken therefrom. I cau tion all persons from trading for any such notes and ac counts; and will be thankful for any clue to their recovery. Under the circumstances, I will be very thankful to my old customers to come forward and settle their accounts. And ir the jierson who took the Dotes, Ac., will leave the book containga list or them where 1 can get it,I will pay a handsome reward forits recovery. sept20 tf SAMUEL P. AMENT. EXECUTOR'S SALE. ON Tuesday the 21st of November next, I shall sell at the late residence of Maurice Harding, deceased, in Davidson County, as his Executor, his perishable pro perty consisting of horses, mules, cattle, fat hogs, stock hogs, sheep, crop of corn, oats, fanning utensils, wagons, carts, buggy, Ac. ALSO, a number of negroes consisting of men, women and children unless otherwise sold before that day. Terms op Sals. For all sums under $20, cash; "for all above that sums 12 months credit upon notes with good sscurity. EDWIN U. EWING, oct21 Executor, Ac. THURSTON A- BERNARD, No. 9 Union street, ARE now receiving their stock of Fall and Win ter Dress Goods, consisting or Silks, Cash meres, French and English Merinos, all Wool De- lanes, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, and a general assortment or Staple Goods. The above goods were all purchased in the Eastern cities by one or the firm since the decline in prices of Foreign Merchandise, and will be freely offered to the public at prices thatmust insurea ready sale. We respectfully invite all to give our stock au examination. octStf TAKE NOTICE We have now got our STEAM STONE SAW MILL in full operation, and have a quantity or SAWED FLAGGS on hand. And also, our CORN "MILL will be round ready at all hours or the day to grind corn far customers, at the rate or 20 bashsls per hour, at the ordinary prices. SAMUEL HASLAM, jonel'54 tf JAS. W. FELTS. FALL & CUNNING-HAM, Xo. 47 COLLEGE STREET, N'aslx'Trlllo, Toimossoo, Direct Importers anil Dealers in AND CUTLERY AND BUNS. WOULD invite the attention of Merchants visiting Nashville, to their extensive assortment of Hardware of every variety which is now complete in all its depart ments. Professing to compete with anv and all othcrmarkets in every branch of the Hardware ltusincss, they are anx ious to have Merchants to call and examine their .SLxt ami Prices, so that they can judge for themselves. Feathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, received at the highest markter ates. sep9, '54. tr. E. A. DORNK. S. S. WILUAM3. JNO. A. FISIIKB. JOHNSON, HOBNE & GO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS AND RE CEIVERS AND DEALERS IN COTTON AN D TOBACCO, Corner Broad and Market Streets, Xashvilte, Tenn. JOHNSON, HORN E A: CO. will devote SPECIAL ATTENTION to Receiving and Forwarding Goods, and the purchase and sale of Produce and Merchandise, and will be constantly supplied witk ROPE and BAGttINC, SUUAR, COFFEE, 3IOLLASSES, SALT. And all articles usually kept in such establishments. Warehouses corner "Broad and Market streets. septO b VALUABLE IRON PROPERT V FOR SALE. rpHE undersigned wishing to remove to Kentucky, and 1 desirous of concentrating his Iron opcrations to rhat point, proposes to sell upon liberal terms his WA NE COUNTY FURNACES, twr of which are in full Blast making from 9o to 100 tons of Pig Metal ier week. These Furnaces are immediately on the Central Turnpike road, Wayna county. The Ore Bank is within 6o yards ot Trunnel head, and inexhaustible. Eight hands can, aud hare, this year supplied both Furnaces with ore. There is attached to this property about 13,000 acres of Land, some 'J.00O or 10,000 heavily timbered, and connect to both Furnaces. 1 will sell this property on time, requiring no money, ex cept pay for the wood that may be on hand when posseion is given, (the 1st or January next.) I will bind myself to give such a bargain in this property as wdl enable a busi ness man with small capital and good credit, to make a large estate in a fcw years. These Furnaces make No. 1 Pig Metal. Reftr to mills I have been selling to fur ears, to wit: MessrsGaylord, Son A Co., Cincinnati; Checutcau, Harrison A ValUy; St. Louis; Gill, Hardman A Stereus, Wheeling, and all other mills in Cincinnati. sep2l54-2m. JOHN W. WALKER. IST If not sold previous, this property will be sold a public sale in Nashville, on FRIDAY , tne 1st day of De ceniber next. PORTRAIT PAINTING positethe Christian Church, where he invites tHepubli call and see his paintings. sept21 J ic,to Sm PIVE DOLLARS REWARD. LOST, on the Fair Grounds, on Saturday, Oct. 21st, 1854 between 2 and 4 o'clock, the left hand half of a titty dollar bill, on the Bauk or Mobile, AU I will give the above reward for the delivery- to me of the left hand half of said bill. Steps have been taken to prevent the paymentof the other half. ..... oct22-tf L. M. TEMPLE DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP THE partnership heretofore existing under the tir WOODS, PAYNE A CO., in this city and atthe ( firm of Cum berland Iron Works, is dissolved by mutual consent, Albert O. Payne having sold his interest in said coucei n to James Woods. .!AJlri vtuuiifi, ALBERT (J PAYNE JOHN BELL and JANE BELL. oct22, '54 eolm SHERIFF'S SALES. T Y viituo of an order of Sale to me directed from the Cir- JD cuit Co'nrt of Davidson county, I will offer for sale to me oignest biitaer lor uasn at tne Court House aoor in n asn nlle, on the 23rd day of December, 1851, alt the right, title and interest, that m M'Cay, has in and to a lot of ground in South Nashville, Lot No. 5, on Market street, fronting uet cn jiarKct street, as tne property ot wm.jiruay, extending back 190 feet to a 16 foot alley, thence with said ajiey atj leer, taence 190 leet to tne beginning. Lined pn as the property of Wtn. M'Cay, and Wm. R. Paul, and in favor of J. O. Sawyer. Sale within lawful hours. E. B. BIGLEY. Sheriff novll tf or Davidson county. BYvirtueofan orderof Sale tome directed from the Cir cuit Court of Davidson county. I will ofterto thehiirh. est bidder for Cash at the Court House door in NashTille. .1 ftO.l 1" II t .nv. .... ... .... ... ou me aou oi iseceinoer, 1034, all me ngnt, title and inter est, that Jane Shaw and Robert Shaw, has in and to a rr. tainTtractot Land, situated in District, No. 8, of David son county, and State of Tennessee, about 99 acres, as the irr.periyot janeouaw, txiunttea as follows : on the East T Jl'Iver. 6n the South by Wm. Oarurie. on the hv James and A'exandar Watson, on the North by Wm. Ogil- vie and S llliam Dickson, and deeded to the said Jane Shaw by B. M. Wheeler, in Book C, page 522. Levied on as the property of Jane and Robert Shaw, and in favorof H.J. Patterson. Sale within lawful hours. E.B. BIGLEY, Sheriff; novll tf of Davidson county. T Y virtue of an orderof sale to me directed from the JL) Circuit Court of Davidson county. I will offer to the uiguesi Diaaer ior uasn, at tne Ucurt .House doors in Aasn- vnie, on tne asa or December, 1854. all the right title and interest that Charles Hess has in or to a certain tract of Land m district No. 18. in Davidson county and State of icuuuaacc, uuuuueu as louows, oeginning ai an one iree standing at Porter's south bonnding line, the same being T . I 1 . 1 . j- 1 1 , - , . . uie norm-wesi corner oi tne lanaot ram Vaughn, and run cingthence west S6 with Porter's Line, 93M poles to a stone, the north-east corner of Alias Malay's line, thence South with her East bounding line wall, 154 poles to an Ash Tree, her south-east corner, and the north-fist cornar oi a tract ot land belonging to John ilcKinney, thence south S6 east with said McKinney's land, 46 poles to a stake, a corner of said McKinney's, thence with his line 8 poles to a stake, a corner cf said McKinnej's, 20 poles to a wi uci ui uu, lucuce cuuia wiui ais line o poles io a siaxe, McKinney's corner, thence south SSJeasr, 8! poles to a Mulberry Stump, it beinz the north-east corner ofa tract priand belonging to the said McKinney, in the west bound ing line or another tract belonging to John Thomas, thence north with his line 0 Doles to n stake tha nnrlh.wrst mmrr or i nomas lana, tnence east with his north bounding Iine7 poles to a Stake in his line, the same being the south-west corner or Paul Vaughn, thence north 20 west, with Vaughn's west bounding line. 144 poles to the beirinninff. containing SIC acres and 2j square poles, be the same more or less. Levied on as the orODerfv or Charles Hess, and in favor oil,, a. i raw onage, bale within iawl ul hours. B. li BIGLEY, potU Sheriff rf Davidson county. BYvtrtueof an order of sale to me directed from the Circuit Court of Davidson county, I will offer to the highest bidder for cash atthe Court-house door in Nashville. oa the 2Sd day of Detsmber, 1854, all title claim and inter- est mat jl. &dwards has m or to a lot, or part ofa lot tn Nashville, being lot No. 411, in the plan ot the Ewing lots, on part of 412 in said plan, it being 20 feet of said lot 412, nearest to lot 411 making in all 70 feet front on Bass street. Said plan of lots is registered in the Register's Office, of uaviuson county, uooc xo. 14. pases 202 and 203. levied on as the property of M. Edwards and in favorof M. W. Wet- more, bale within lawful hours. E. B. BIGLEY, Sheriff, novll tf of Davidson county. BY virtue of an order or sale tome directed, I will offer to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court-house door u.iiuaviiie,oaioeziia aay 01 uecemoer, 1334, an me -ight, title and interest that Samuel Hunt has in. and to. a certain piece or parcel of ground to wittbegining at John M.Kirbys' corner nearest Cheery street, in Whiteside A Batch's addition to Nashville; said parcel of ground bang part or lot No. S9 in said addition, thence in the line of said Crawford street thirty feet to a stake, thence with a line paralell in the line of said parcel of ground of said John M iiimy nearest to unerry street, 120 teet more or less to tne ineof Mary Jackson to stake in her line, thence in the said Maty Jackson line thirty fet, to a stake in Wm. Treppard's line tnence wttntne said rreppards line and said Joon 41. itiiu) uue iaj uie ucitiumuLr. jevieu on us uie uruuerir or Samuel Hunt, and in favor or E. Kirby, administrator. sate wittun lawlul Hours- t a. tsilJLti , ahentl novll tr or Davidson county. BY' virtue of an ordsr or Sale to me directed from the Circcit Court of Davidson county, I will offer to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court House door in Nash ville, on the 23d day of December, 1354, all right, title and claim and interest, that M. Edwards has in and to a Lot and part of a Lot in Nashville, being Lot No. 411, in the plan of the Ewing Lots and part of 412, in said plan, it being 20 feet of said Lot 412, nearest to Lot 411, making in ail 70 feet front on Bass street; said plan of Lots is registered in the Registers Office of Davidson county. Book No. 14. pages 202 and 203: Levied on asthe pioperty or M.Ed- ful hours. E B. BIGLEY. Sheriff no 2 tf of Davidson county. rtANDLKS! CANDLES!! 50 boxes hard pressed yyaummer -mouiu uanuies, jusi receireaana ior sale oy M'CREA A TERRASS, novll. Broadway. BROO.US! BROO.IIS! ! 100 dozen extra Brooms, in store and for sale low by M'CREA A TERRASS, novll Broadway. ONE HUNDRED BUSH'S CLOVER SEED, on hand and for sale by U. G. SCO VEL. TWENTY-THREE BARRELS CALCINED PLASTER on hand and for sale by novll H. G. SCO VEL. vNE HUNDRED BUSHELS HERD GRASS VSEED, 1 , (fresh) on hand and for sale by novll U.U.SCOVL. hand and forsale at thelowest market price. novll II. G. SCOVEL. WHITE LEAD IN OIL, No. 1. A few kegs on hand and for sale by U. G. SCOVEL. Better than even Pure White Lead for finishing Parlors and inside work, is the IMPROVED SNOW WHITE ZINC l'AI-.'T. All who have seen the beautiful inside finish of the steamer Wm. Garvin, will attest to this fact. ale by ILG. SCOVEL, North side of the Public Square, three doors West of the Nashville Inn. novll. DISSOLUTION THE Copartnership of WATKINS, GOLLADY A CO., in Decatur county, Tennessee, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. William Watkins having sold his entire interest ia the business to J. S. Golladav and Archer Cheat ham, is by them absolved from all liabilities in said firm. novlO St JS. GOLLADAY, ARCHER CHEATHAM and S. R. . MOODY', have this day entered into Copartnership for the purpose of making PIG METAL in Decatur county, Tennesee. under the firm and style of Golladay, Cheat ham A Co. oovlO St. CHRISTIAN HYMN BOOK. THE new edition of the CHRISTIAN HY'MN BOOK, in common and line Binding, by the dozen or single. Forsaleby (novll) CHARLES W.SMITU. DR. CUM.U1NGS' WORK. A LL tho celebratsd Works of the Rev. Dr. Cummiogj, XX. of the Scotch National Church, received and for sale (novl 1 ) CH AS. W. SM ITH. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN HICKMAN COUNTY, TENNESSEE. John C. Smith, ) October Term, vs. 1354. Eliri Smith, J Petition fora Divorce. ON motion, and it sppearing to the satif faction or the Court, that Kliza Smith is a non-resident of this State. It is, therefore, ordered by the Court that publication be made for thirty days in the Union and American, a news lapcr published in the city or Nashville, requiring the said Eliza Smith to appear before the Judge of the Circuit Court, to bo held for the County of Hickman, at the Court House, in the town of Centreville, on the 3d Monday in February, 1855, then, and there to plead.answer or demur to com plainants petition: otherwise thesame will be taken for con ferred and set for bearing ex parte. nov2-30d. ROUT. C. HUDDLESTON, Clerk. GREAT NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD. ON THURSDAY', the 23d November, on the premises, we will sell froo. filly to one hundred Building Lots, in tha 8th Ward, Nashville, on Franklin and other streets, immediately -opposite the Southern Railroad Depot, at the jiictinn oi the Chattanooga and Southern Railroad, and sit uated between the two Roads. This point will undoubtedly become a business place or no small imortance. The Depot consists of tweuty-two acres of land and will hare a track from that point to the inver. Produce and freight coming on one Railroad des tined for the other will, in all probability, be landed at this point. Cotton brought in by the Southern Railroad, will land here; which fact will necessarily draw the buyers, and can- this point to be the Cotton Mart of the city. The owners of these Lots have wisely laid out a public landing or dumping point on the Chattanooga Railroad, for the use of the purchasers of these Lots, free of charge, by which means Coal, Wood .Lumber, Ao, brought along the t hattanooga Railroad, can be landed with great con venience to the ocoupants of these Lots. Some of these U.U will afford comfortable and convenient Residences for the Lmplovetrs or either Railroad. Middle Tennessee is an excellent Provision Country. Provision Dealers and Commission Merchants along the entire Route from Nashville to Savannah and Charleston, as well as at Franklin, Spring Hill, Columbia, and other points, would do well to secure a Lot at this point. Owners or Coal -Mines should by all means have Coal Depots on this gronntl, 11 ueiog iu a .owiug poriiuu 01 me uuy, conve nient for city distribution, and for shipping into the South ern interior By the terms of annexation, the City of Nash ville is bOHnd to extend the Water to 1- rankhn street. These lots are also entitled to the benefits of the Free Schools Tebjis One, two and three years credit, without interest, for Notes payable in Bank, tatisfactorily endorsed, and a lien retained. Sale at 11 o'clock, A. M. Handbills, with Plot of ground, will be ready for distribution in a few days. J3T Omnibuses will run as usual, free of charge. LINDSLEY & CROCKETT, nov2 td S3 College st. E K. GLASCOCK, Auctioneer. RETURNED. MR. G. W. KIISBEE has returned to the City and es tablished himself PERMANENTLY' forthe purpose of Tuning and Repairing Pianos. RM'EK TO E MORTON, J. It. WEST. J. DIGGONS, J. U. MORTON, Dealers in Pianos and Music. C. HESS,"- i'- TAYLOR, J. K.OPL, D. BROWN, 1 'rofessor of M usic YSf Orders left at the stores of I. U. and E. Morton, on Union street. Residence on College street, first dwelling above Jlroau street- oov2 lm LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF FALL GOODS, At Prices to suit the Present Crisis. JAMES NIClioJL, NO. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE. TS no w prepared to exhibit his Fall ImDorfalinn nr TtlVlT X FOREIGN AND AMERICAN ,mponaUon r MCU DRY GOODS, Comprising one of the most desirable ASSORT!! ivto ever offered, selected from the very latest Importations, and purchased under the GREAT DEPRESSION OF riUCES IN THE EASTERN CITIES, during the moatbs of Sep tember and October, underthe circumstances I feel pratiri. ed that I can offer such inducements as will enable all to purchase. SILKS. I hare a rarea anil waIT uWf inm.ni nrTTIVo t TT PRICES, and well suited for the Fall trade, Ac. Super Brocade Striped Silks: Rich Poult de Sole Silks; " Bit Wat'd. new style; Gros de Aprigue. do Plaid and striped Silk, (great variety) Plain Glacie: " uro ao iinme, (au wiums;) " Clalley, (all colors.). WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. Plaid and Stripped Cashmeres; Tartan Plaid, (all colors and widths:) Real French Merinos, from 50 cents up Mouslo de Lainea, 8-4, 6-4 widths; ' Superfine Bombazines: White Cashmeres De Ecoase; Valencia Robes, (rich) AJpaca's; And a great variety of other styles, new and cheap. LACE GOODS. Medalion Maltese Collars and Sleeves: Trimmed Embroidered Collarelts. LACK Embroidered Collars, Sleeves aud Habits; Morning Uollars and Sleeves. , - . T ' 1 ' 1 1 TT 1 1 1 ' I- rreucu cmoruiuereu iiauunercnieis, " " Mourninr. do. ilique Spriras. Cambric Flouncing and Ftan.Ir- Embroidered Chemizetts and Sleeves: Valencienne and Maltese Laces and Edgings, Jaconet and CLOAKS, TALMAS, SHAWLS, &C. A beautiful variety of Cloth and Velvet Clmkn' Tulmi'a Crape Shawls. Terkerie and Thibbet Shawla. Cashmero Scar &, Ac. LINEN HOSIERY AND GLOVES. Table Damask 8-4, 9-4. 10-4, 11-4, 12-4; Pillow Case Linens; Barnslsy Sheeting; Bird-Eye Diaper: Huccabac Crash Napkins and Iran Linens; French Linen Cambric: English Silk and Cotton Hosiery; Winter Hosiery; all kinds, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid O'lores; Bearer and Uauntle Gloves, A&, Ac. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS. French and English Cloths and Cassimeres, (great Tariety) Cloaking Cloth; Blankets, of all kindi; Satinet: Jeans; Tweeds, (all wool;) Plaid Linseys; Real Welch Flannels, Ac.; Domet, Ac, Ac.; and all other descriptions, Ac Ac. COTTON GOODS. Sheeting, (all widths;) Bleached and Brown Domestics; radium anu American rants; lloyies Prints; and a great variety ef other Goods. Call and examine my Stock of Goods. To CASH BUY ERS and PUNCTUAL CUSTOMERS great Inducements will be offered. JAMES NICUOL. Nashville, Nor. 8, 1354. HARNDEN'S Northern and Southern Express ! FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, Ac, Via Savannah. 1 Company and Philadelphia by the Reiralar Line of Mail steamers to Savannah, and have concluded their arrangements with the uenirai rtauioaa, jiacon x v estera. Western E Atlantic, East Tennessee A Georgia, and Nashville A Chattanooga Railroad, and are now running daily Messengers on all the above roads. This will enable the Company to bring Goods through from Now York to Nashville in six days, and the charges will not exceed that of Expressing from New York to Louisville. The Company will also forward Stiecie. Bank Notes. Drafts, Bills for collection, Ac. Also, every description ot Merchandise and Valuables to Northern cities and all inter mediate places on the above Roads. nov4 ly A. UAlllLTOS. BLACKSMITHS CAN OBTAIN E3IPLOY ment at tha Agricultural Manufacturing Company. V azuns. bubsoil Plows. Ac- Ac- for sale, ol the best quality and very cheap. octr 8 m. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. WE will sell on MONDAY, the 20th day or November 1854, at the late residence of Samuel Ham. on Mill Creek, all tha Perishable Property belonrruur to his Estate. consisting of Horses, Stock Ihigs, Cattle, Sheep, about thir ty fat Pork Hogs, two hundred barrels of Corn, Ifcur stacks of Oats, a lot ofUay and Fodder, one lot of Sweet Potatoes. Household and Kitchen Fumi ore. Farming Utensils, one four horse Wagon, one Carryall, and many other articles. Turns or Sals All sums of $5 and under Cash: all sum over $5, a credit of 12 months will be given, notes with good security will be required. STEPHEN H. HAM. f"ecntrs. nov7 4td wit. ATUTS. 10 barrels Almonds: 1 10 " FUberts; 10 bbls. Cream Nuts; DRIED FRUITS 3 bbls Currants; 4 doz boxes Prunes; S doz jars Prunes; 1 matDates; 10 and, Y bbls do; CRANBERRIES. 10 bbls Cranberries; FRESH FRUITS. 20 doz cans Fresh Peaches; 10 " " " Fine Apple. FRESH FISH, 10 doz cans fresh Salmon; 10 " " ' Lobsters; 50 " " " Oysters. SARDINES 500 half boxes Sardines received this day per Rail road, by JOHN NINOV Jr novS tf ' SPOOL COTTON 500 dozen Coat's Spool Cotton assorted Nos.: 500 " 1 ce 3 " " 400 " Yale's " Just received and for sale by nov2 A. MOKKISON A CO. WOOLEN HOSE. 190 dozen Misses and children's Wolen Hose; 20 " Woolen Comfort; 10 " Faney Victorines. Just received by A. MORRISON A CO. nov2 tf BLANK BOOKS. Just received a superior lot or Blank Books or the best paper and paged to order. 1 invife the attention of Merchants before purchasing elsewhere. CHARLES W. SMITH. novS 41 College street. J, LUAISDEN & CO., DEALERS IS HIDES, OIL, LEATHER, AND FINDINGS, Ulnrket Street, between Broad, and Spring, Nashville, Tennessee. N.B, We will make liberal cash advances on consign, mentsof Produce to B. L. Mix.v,at New Orleans. octal dAtrwly I70R SALE. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. . We are now offering for sale a Tract of Land near the BUENA VIsTA Turnpike, immediately adjoining the beautiful residences of John P. Erring. Walter Scott and J. P. Wiles. Tha Tract contains Till KTY-ONE ACRES, is of fine soil, all very heavy timbered, and will be sold OW. Uall on lajNUSLbl & 1'KUUh.t.TT, novS tf 33 College st. STRAYED OR STOLEN A Black HOUND DOG low and heavy made. 1 will nay a liberal reward for his delivery at my olhce out uierry street. novll tf W.L.B0YD, Jr. IIUJIAS' NEW NOVELS. EMMANUEL PHILIBERT; FELIND DE CUAMBURE ; ROSA WOOD VILLE By Alexander Dumas. Just re ceived by F. HAGAN. H. K. MYERS, A. C. CAltTF.R SELLING AT COST. TX7Ehaveon hand three fine Coaches. VV four fine Rockaways. for four or stxi persons, and ten fine Baggies, some of them with two seats, all or which we will sell for less than cost, either for cash or j : t . n. : . .- c . , 1 - 1 please to call and see them at No. 5'J North Market street opposite tbe Nashville Inn. OCl tl MYERS A CARTER. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS EVER OFFRED FOR SALE IX NASHVILLE OR ITS VICINITY. ON WEDNESDAY the 22d inst. , on the premijes. we we will offer at public sale Thirty-seven Building Lots, in Gen. Zollicoffer's addition to Edgefield, situated on Fa therland and Russell streets. Such a beautiful set of Lots as these are, never will be again offered for sale as near the business centre of Nashville, for there is no such ground in this vicinity. They are as near the Public Square as Can non's comer, are ot fine soil and coverel with forest trees. The Lots, as will be seen from the plan, are from 55 to 50 feet front, on fifty foot streets, and are none or tbem less than 170 feet deep, with convenient alleys. We do most earnestly invite public attention to these lots, as we know such an opportrnity for procuring Comfortable Elegant Homes never will be again offered, as the ground is not to be found that is as beautiful, and as eligibly situ uated. ' AH we ask is, that every body will call and examine the Lots for themselves. On No. 4 is a wU or most excellent water, which in itsel f u wunu more uni uie pnee usually paia tor Lots in this vicinity. Tiiuis or Sale One, Two and Three Years' credit, with interest for notes payable in Bank, satisfactorily endorsed, with a lien retained. JST Handbills, with Plan or Lots, are now ready for distribution. &r Sale at 11 o'clock, A. M. , ; 13?" Omnibusses will, 13 usual, ran free of charge. We will take great pleasure in showing the lots to all who will call on us before the day or sale. LINDSLEY A CROCKETT, SS College st E. R. Gussoocr, Auctioneer. nov 12. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. BY virtue of s deed of frost executed to me by Joseph F. Dimton, I am now selling at private and publia tateall tliat extensive and varied stock of dry goods at his stand. No. 51, north side of the, Public Square, con sisting of French cloth, Fancy Dress Goods, Silks, Ri bands, Laces and a fine selection English and American prints, together with all other goods usually kept by job bing honses in the city. These imoda mint be closed out within a limited time, and country merchants would do well to give us a calL A large lot of jewelry, guns, pis tols, Ac, also on hand. Pcuuc Sales. October 5, 10, 11, SI, 23. N'or'r 2, 9, 9, 22, 'JS, SO. Dec'r 6, 7, 20. 21, 27, 23. Terms. AH sums under 1100, cash; over $100 and nnder $500, at 4 months, with endorsed notes; over 5O0, at 6 months, with endorsed notes. Private sales every day. rc'-S-'f JOHN A McK WIN, Trustee. Ac NP BUILDING ASSOCIATION. l7thiSnm?l,rof HaBdiOHle aildicg Lots, in the ff!3hTL"e-near University Place, which I nni r nrtT004 " wlU thn- on&i term. r rfr OBJ' to be paid atthe end of two rears. one fourth at thinii r K . . .. at theendof four yeorsVSt&r "' The lots are situated ,,n Maple street, are 133 feet deep, besides tho alley, and of good soil. Some eight or ten v ry neat houses are now being erected in their immedrate viciriiiy. Call soon, or jou will miss an opportunity for a good home. octS A V S.LtNDSi.EY. PARTICULAR NOTICE. THE undersigned having purchased of Mr. JOHN Jv. HUME his entire stock of Staple ami Fancy Goods, requests the citizens of Nashville, and his friends generally to call and examine his stock of goods, an most of them are new and fresh. General satisfaction will be given to alL octr n w A g. WW. II CRUTCUER. MANUFACTURERS ANirHLL E Rs7 WE are general Ageats for tbe sale of al! Cotton and Woolen fabriea niaan&ciured in the State of Tennes see arid have appmrtrafed a Urge and commodious room solely for their sale and storage We hare also appropria ted another room for the sate and storage of FLOOKatrae. And we would iwpeetfuliy call tbe attention of both llan . nractnrers and Millers to this arrawement. 0013 W. H. GORDON A CO. SHEETING-Wbali Gienn Mill Sheeting, in store and forsale by y,-. u. GORDON A CO. pOTTON YARNS-WO bags Cotton YVns-all J numbers from tbe diSerent Factories. 50 bales No. 1 Cotton Baits; ia store and for stle by Y. 11. OOKDON A CO SIKiA K 5S0O hbds prime Louisiana Sugar, in store and for sale by W. u. GORDON A CO. MOLASSES-St barrets choice Reboiled Molasses, m store and for sale by W. IL GORDON A CO. "VT AILS 1,000 kegs Cat Nails, all sues, in store and for Ll sale by w .11 iiorihiv . rn aLASStYARE SOOboxeaQii&rt Flasks; 900 do Pint de; In store and forsale bv W. U. GORDON A CO TOBACCO. I7IFTY boxes B W Jones' extra Va. Tobacco, 8 01 nlu- -0 Berry A Goedwins'Ne. I So If .... . 01 iHiweaeta coal -cured ' " do-25- " Fennels Xo. 1 d0' 25 ' O.Boyd's d 10 " JTftlwaruVextra M " dr In store and for sale by W. U. GORDON A CO " CIGAItS 5 cases La Napoleon Regalia Cigars; 5 do La National " do: 6 de WandenihrJew do; 5 do Lastres Marias " do; Instate and forsale by W II. GORDON A CO, TiINE SALT 1000 bags Liverpeol Fine Blown Salt, n L store and for sale by W. H. GORDON A CO. JOAP 800 boxes No. 1 RasmSoap. i-i store and for J e br W. U. GORDON A CO. I7LOUR 350 barrels extra Family Flour; ? iObbls extra White Flour, in store and forsale br Yt . IL G ORDON A CO. TIIOJIAS IV. FLEMING, WHOLESALE AND G0KJHS3I0N MERCHANT. AUGUSTA. GEORGIA. WHOLESALE dealer in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia Pbobccc. His stores are new, and Fire Hmnf nn i.naffillt-Mnn.MU.u.l r..M L. e. i r ,, , , wu;,,, umto lwt .uc JkCrpiQg CI ill consignments a disederatum long needed in this city Johnk.iiu3:k. LATE No. S7 College street, Nasfevrne, respectfully an ncrances to his friends and custoaiera that, havin S0l,d 0J?f,hl9 P1 W Mr-Wm- Crutcher, late of SedfonT will still continue at the "Old Staad," wilt! bis Books Ac counts, N otes, Ac, and wilt expect all who are in arrears to come forward and settle op. 1 do not wish to, nor w5l not ir possible, an anyone: but some who have been in arrears some time past mnst not be surprised if I do. octto J.K. KUME. O. A. HIBIOT. w. r. noLiin. IIERIOT A HOLMES. COJISIISSKW AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS SO. 4. VEXDUJi KAXGM, UWUi A. C" ... KtrHEccw. Shepherd, M'Creery, A C&, Mata, Sm Carol.ni, B. b. Kliett, W. B. Herioi, -John Deas. u T. Si ATG.Budd. James Gadsdan A Ca, " James Walker, Nashville, Tennentwe. Thomas S. Kennedy, LouMvilte. KetOuekv. octSfi 3meo NEGRO GOODS. A .ESX RiehW MtMmfiMMHing O.'s Jeans; is .. d 2 ' ,fc llA-r3; 15 "X, do ,ih do. ' In store and forsale, by tbe bale oly. "rf25 W. H. GORDON A CO. 1HEETINGS.-17 bales i t Rwhtand Sheeting. In ? store and for sole by U'. II. GORDON ACO. TVES;SJJI SEW ING COTTON.- Tease Nr. . . 8 . twlns Co1. fr matin nevrn clotht-j and other heavy goods. Forsaleby ocli!i W. II. GORDON A CO. WANTED. TEN or twelve jwW CARPKNTERS. with their own tooU,for DeeatHT. Ala. wrk to emtttmie nntil aboct the 1st of December, '54. Wa liberal. Expenses paid rom here t Deeatiir. provided tney remain until the 1st December. Apply immediately to WM. L. BOYD,.'r, 0018 No. 50 Cherry st. 1)RIME SUGAR 70 hhdx Prime Sugar in Store . and for sale by eti5 MeCKKA A TERRASS. CLOVER SEED. SI bfeh. CTover Seed in Store and for sale low to cIk by "eHS MeCREA ATERAS3. COMK OMS. COME ALL! v. A. A- J. i.. JIcCLELLAND, AT THKIR MAGNIFICENT STORE ON COLLEGE STREET, Nus, 5 I and A3. HAVE on hand the most magnificent assortment or ete gant Rich Goods ever ottered in this market Our auckorheavy goods is alo very complete, and at prices that cannot foil to please. Many or these goods have beeu secured within the pnst few davs, and tuviiig been bought greatly less than cost of importation, we trel no delicacy ia saying that we can give greater sati.-factiiHi in pneen that: can be found in any other heuse in the city. Strangers buying goods in this market, will savemoRey by caliio and looking at our stock, at McCLELLANDS" '' MeiriHxilitaa Store, octlO No. 51 and College street. LADIES' PINK MIOKS, BOOTS AND GAI TERS. LADIES' Super Kid Excelsiors and Beskins; " French Moroeo and Kid Booto; " Super " " WalkiegShoes and S!:p pcrs; " Black and Colored (Philadelphia made Gal tors;)" WhiteKid and Satin Slippers aid Gaiters; " Strper White Kid (Saiters. front faced; " " Englisli Giosti Kid Sliapers and Buskins; Misses and Children's Buoteeg, Slippers, Excelsiors, Ac. For sale at lowest prices by aug8l RAMAGE A CHURCH. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS At Wm. H. Crntcier's, No. 57 Cellege St I HAVE in store a large and exteive stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry GoouV, together with new arriraU nearly every week, direct from the eastern cities, makes my stock full and very attractive. Persons wishing beautifu' and cheap goods will find it to their interest to c-11 and see for themselves. No charge for showing gvods. oct26 A N overstock of Fiench Merinos, and Muslin de Lains XX. ol all cotors and grasies, at W. II. CRUTCHEIi'S. '26 No. 57 College t. COLORED FLANNELS. Of al! grades, and mns t be clossd oat very cheap. AU, Saxony and Roger a Welch FlaneU. W. 11. CRt'TCUEIL oc2 No. 57 College st. AL.VRGE assortfflent of Gentlemen's and Ladies nn derware. Indies pat. Merino Udkmi dresses, do. Me riio Chemese. A superior artWe at very low prices. octSC vr. II. CRUTCHER. No. 57 CoUega st. ClLOAKS. Jlaatles, Shawls and Scarfs. Muffs, Victorines. ; Cuffs, Ac., at W. 11. CRUTCUER'S, octSfi No. 57 College st. PLAID SILKS AND ItAW SILKS--From $3 to W for Dress Pattern. W. H. CRUTCHER. oct2G No. 57 College bt. I7IGURED ami Plain Mu4in de Laina of all ual.des, and wiM be sold greatly bele w the regnlar price, at W II f T. 1 'TPUVIV 11. U. II.U .VJ.I.'l., oct2 Na 57 College st. EJ1BROIDERIES. Moat heantitul selection it Embroideries, Laces, EdgiBgs, Ae. Beautirtil Cherr.i . setts. Collars, and CodaretH Veaiee Point, da, in setts which will ba closed out at retimed pnees. W. U. CRUTCUER, oct26 No. 57 College st, PRINTS. CooMa Style ef Irte, at S cents. Irish Linens, bleached MsSbs asd all kisds of white goods, will be sokl as lew as eaa be beaglit at any other house ia the city. W. U. CRI TCIIER, octW '... r-CilIegast !