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sfSj" NASHVILLE: a-s 1. 'ZY. ' 't 'nn"t """ .Inch , . .. rauowiunuccinutaUon. Al fjiertr. HiRTnwrann, CTfT TIIOS. S. ll.Wfl? l Till' (1PVP1H1 4 nr.tum . i- THIS PAPKU.POR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, TUESDAY MORNING. DEcTl2, 1831. Mr. Ghanfrah asd Miss Albektixe at the Tiiratrb. Mr. Chanfiuu is a capital actor, iin mensely versatile, full of genius and refined hu mor, and, in cvory respect, a credit and ornament to tlte stage. Miss Albertine U very beautiful, lias a naiva, pleasing style, and her dances are exe cuted gracefully and artistically. Our readers who visit the theatre will, we are confident, be delight ed wflh these talented American Artists, who, in Uwiir line of characters, arc very far superior to any ownpeutors. We have never seen anything on the stage more laughable than Ghakfrau's, limo rtjr, 7Jodfe, and Miss Alekktise's Young American Actress is perfection itself. Mr. Gitanfrau's whimsical representation of the oll French actor Dufard in the Drama of the De htOmUe, is inimitable, and whether beating the Drum in the Orchestra, or urging his daughter's pretefwion on the stage, his acting is the very per fection of the art, and so natural and life-like that Cuanprau is forgotten and the irritable and aged Artist alone remembered. Miss Albkrtisk, by express desire, repeats the character of the Young Actress this evening, and performs the Queens Page in a very interesting Drama. Mr. Chantrao appeals in a new charac ter, in ihe principal role of the Idiot of the Castle, ami pkys the irresistible comic Tragedian. The tlwelre will doubtless be crowded. MADAME 1)E VRIES. Madam De Tries will give a concert at Columbia on "Wednesday night, and on her return, will give her farewell concert in this city on Friday night next. The concert lost night was attended by a still larger number of persons than the first. The Hall was full. We have only time to say this before go ing jo press. LAW OK FOURTH CIKCU1T. Win McCormack and W II Miller vs. Levi L Murphey. Opinion by Judge Totten. Affirmed. Ivi L Murphey vsJeflesson Copeland, Administrator of Wm Copeland. Opinion byjudire Totten. Affirmed. Thomas D Simpson vs. Thos J. Jones. Opinion by Judge McKinncy. Jud;ment reversed and cre remanded. JnoCTtick and Wm JIc Daniel vs. Jas White. Sr. and Jos White, Jr. Opinion by Juege Tott;n. Affirmed. KQUITV OF FOURTH CIUCUIT. Andrew Wilson vs. Alex Crawford, Administrator of Reuben WiIon, deceased. Opinion by Judge Carutbers. Decree affirmed. Diko, at her residence in this city, on the 10th inst, Mrs. Elizabeth Tnoiipsox, wife of William Tlrompson, Esq., in the sixty-third year of her age. W The advices from the Sandwich Islands by the California steamcrsare to the lCih of October The reports are satisfactory. We hear noting further respecting the opposition of the British consul to the annexation project His savage protest elicited, as wa quite natural, the hearty condemnation of the California press. Ten thousand Iettrrs were lying in the postoflice of Ilonolula uncalled for' over" five thousand of which were addressed to whalemen ; ami adverti.ed in May. The return of the whal ing fleet, however, would soon deplete the post- New Orleans, Dec S. John M. Lee, a mouey bnikw, has been arrested charged with fraudulently overdrawing his account at the Canal Bank $33, 000. regular monthly' sale Al AUCTION OF DRY GOODS, kC. BY DUNCAN, MORGAN & Co. Tuesday & Wednesday. December 12th and 13th, 1854. 1 h mil .-.II .ii Auction, without reserve, lo close out Cous-.rnuiet.ts . f WINTER GOODS, on TUI IAV and AVKDNKSDAY ll'lli and 13th DECEMBER. W.4. the largest ai d hot ssortud stock of .Sliipleailll Fancy I'oreicu ami Domestic Dry Goods, A-c., over imported to this, market, intliraoinjr Ihe vtnr latest KTTLgsoF 1)his Goons, Trimmings, Mux ard Bors Wkau l ihil Mnstui's importation. The advantages wc hihss of importing Foreign and AuKRirAN (! into this market, with afitae improve ments inualuy and latest sn les, euaole iistootl'er the stnmgesl nducetnents to 1 1 y and Coim'ry Merchauts. The stuck embraces the greatest vane.tr, and will be (mid libentllr. m Ls to suit purchasers. We enumerate a tew leading articles, viz: i;kck and ailored French, English, German, and Ameri can Uloihs and Casiuieres Fancy Cassiuiere, Embniider ej Doeskin Casximeres, new My'es; Silk, Satin, Cassimere, and CdJimere VestiDgs; Embroidered do ; I'lain, Iilack Itluc, I'rowo, Uiy and Cadet Satinetts; Fancy, I'laid, and KigurM iSatinelU; Lnnine Cloths; Uluck, lllue and llrcy Tweeds; Ulack, Itlue and Fancvlored Jeans; Small-Check, ed Cassimcres, Tneeds and .leans Heavy Ouble-warp Ker seys; Georgia and Alahuma Twilled da; Blue, Scarlet, (irren aud lrab Blankets; Marble, I'aindge and Fancy Blankets I'it coats. Blanket Coatings; Bearer and Bitot CloUis and new style French Coatings. White ilackiuaw Biankeis; Fancv End, and Negro Blankets; Blue, Black and Wolo colored Blankets; French, Swins and American Bed lUaake.s, all sizes: Union Bed Blankets, '.(, 10-4, II , and 12 4 square; Crib Blankets; Twilled Bed Blaokets; I'laid Lindstrs, all wool, ot the best brand; Union I'laid Lingers, high colors; (iala 1'laids; lligh-colored, I'laid aJid Figured Cloaking; Mohair Serges; Silk and Wors.'ed d'Ki Black Vloliair Alpaca; Silk-warj) and High Luster; as sorted quality, Higlioiloivd Alapaca Luster; Coburgs of BSHnrte i rolors; all wool French Deliines, solid high-colois; Fine Frvurh I'nnted de'Alsaoo; New Style I'nnted Oe Laises; High colored Scotch l'laids; French, (ierman and lunelish Merinos, new styles; Figured Alpaca Luster, New Style Dress Silks; I'laid' Dress Mlks; Black tiro de Illiiux, aad Gro de Nap Silks, of all widths; I'ei'sian and Florence Silks; Fancy 1'rtntsofall the beat brands and fast colors, jilack. Blue and Orange, Canary, American ruby, and C'bucolaic I'rinis, ol dill'ereut Manufactures Furniture 'riots, 3-4. 7- and 4-4 wide; Green 1'rints; Apron, Furui (nreanu Cimntcqiane Checks; Checks and l'laids for ser cants' dresses; White and Colored Canton Flannels; Bleach ed Domestics, C I, 7-s, 4 4, 0-4, S-4, 10-4 and 12-4-quart-era wide; Bleached Drillings; Brown Domestics, of all widths and qualities, from the Tenneaee and Georgia Man ufacturers; 1S-J heavy Brown Sheetings; White Uoods; ora isling ol Jackonets; Jackonei Cambrics, Cross-barred Muslin, Swiss and Mull Muslins; Brown Muslins, Black find White Silk 1-ace-i; Thread and Lisle Lace; Edginj and lntertiugs; bl'k Silk Veds;green, bixiwnand bluelierege; I'ickneli Glovei and Mitus, liulf-arm l'icknett Gloves; in dies and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves; Cashmere Gloves; and the greatest variety of Cashmere, Alpaca, Merino and WuTKied Hosiery, of all colnrs, Cotton Hosiery, of all col ors; rt'liite. Scarlet, and Colored Flannels, of all widths; Silk and Satin Uibbons, all widths; New Sule Bonnet Itibl tons; Irish Linen; Sheeting and I'll low Case Linen, of al fvirfUis, and 1116 0641 impouations; Trimmings, of all styles Riid qnallities; Needles, Bins, Buttons, Threads, I'orl-Slon-aiea, iVC. Ac; Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs; Black, Italian Bad Fancv Sdk Cravats, Woolen Comlorts, Hoods, Ac. ALSO, 1O0 CASES OK NEW M'VLli SILK AND ANG0IA Hats; Bearer ami Brush Hats, Broad-Brimmed do.; Jnlien liossaJi ami Alboni Soft Hats Wool Hats for men and buy. UMBBKLLAS. all sizes, Wlialebone aud Kattan, Ac. jf" The Stock iscouiplete, and will be sold freely. Tiaieof ooinnieucini Tuesdav nioniing, U o'clock, HuiUr. DUNCAN, MOliGA.N A CO. N:i4ivilte. Noremocr28, 16"4. ATTXn0X AJIATKI US IS HULliOIJS HOOTS. 15. S. WELLER, No. "', M" ':-t Street, Nashville, Tennessee, II atjum icwien a hh oi imporieu juiuoiis v "I Hnou wiuerirUMinvihincofthektndevero odrred; crowding of llmil.le aud .Single Hya-j cvoths. Namssas, Tiilip ,l..hnqoill s, lrif, Cro liarlv Due Vn TbmU'is eiL-. trom Van Iter School A Sons, Florists and Nuivrvmen, at Hillegom, rear Haarlem, m Holland. As n n ,,ow tbc proper time Jin-phmtiHg, am tn hmes no person will let this opportu nitr iasR withoai calling on B.S. WKLi.EIt, and making tbeir sdectums. As Kowi as ihe waters are tip, I shall have a Urge 1m of Garden and Flower secd of the iBOst suerior kind, from I. l.hdroth, of Ittladelplua, who is cxtensivelv known br tianlentirs and Florists throughout the Union, by wholesale ami reuu. Aus All kinds of Implements and Tools for Farming intetvsts, kocIi as Sle-l I'hiws, Harrows, Corn Shellers, Corn Crusliers, lirge Boilers for Stock, Spades, Matiuvks, taioveU, Picks, Manure Forks and Hay do.; In a word, 1 inleud keeping every uk1 in the Farming and Gardening line. I am in h ;es a generous and liocral community wilt patronize snch a hue ds dAwini. r7vTli u :laaim OUK ISt'st Card Vet! In a few days we will offer at I'ub'.ic Sale, a iiiiinber of most elegant BUILDING LOTS, (almost on tlie I'ubhc fMpiare,! ii bemga Kirtion of those mapiilieenl gnmnds now occupied by Dr. Shelbv. Tlie grounds will all be laid off on a uniform plan, hereat-te-to be all can iod out, us will be seen by our hand-bills, to be issued a Hn as possible. The lxits we lirst offer for Kile will be on 1-allierl.md and Knssell streets, comineuc ir j imuiediatoly opposite the Iouisville Kailroud Dejiot. Tnrsc lxts sp&ik for thooiselres, and it is useless for us to Mtaapt to describe lliem, as we presume all who wish to n.irciiane will examine for tliemselres. These Uts will be sold on a credit ot 1, 2, 0, 4 and 5 veara witb interest Own date, for notes satisfactorily secur ed payable in Bank, and a lien retained. 3$Furfnrlhr particulars, see our BIG BILLS, to be loadr in a few days. or Sfi-tf " LIXUSLEVr A CK00KETT. BY TELEGrRAPH ' LonsviLtE, De. Otb, Niarht. 1 The Steamer Chancellor, from St. Louis bound i rm t. r-i . ,-H-i , iui -Licit uucaiijj sum. ux oauo. out; is tuuii losii. Cikcinnati, Dea 9th, night. The river has fall- . : i ir , , ,. . .- , An T, - cu lnciies. iuesa porK neiu at ?i- uu. rnmc bbL'jard 8ic. Baltimoke, Dec. 9tn, night. A fire occurred mis evening, oestroying seven buiiutngs on iiaiti tnore street between Eu taw aud Tacx Loss $40, 000. PiTTSBCitc, Dec. Otb, night. "Weather moder ating with appearance of rain and snow. IsEvr York, Dec 9ih. Cotton unsettled. Or leans middling Sfs. Pork lower: Mess 13 50; rr.me S12 50. Lard lOjc. LocrisviLLS, Dec 11, noon. It rained all day yesterday. The weather is mild to-day. The river b falling slowly, with feet water scant in the canal. Cikcinnati, Dec. 11th, noon. The river has fall en five inches.- Whisky 29c. Hogs heavy, $4 50a $4 CO. Bbl. lard Sc. Mess pork $11 50. New Yonic, Dec. 11th. Flour, good Ohio $8 15a $9 50. Corn 94a Pork dull and declining. Lard firm. The official vote for Governor is, Clark 309 majority over Seymour. Mortality lor the week 463. Boston, Dea 9th. The steamer Ellen Gibson hence for St. Johns, is supposed to have founder ed and all on board perished. No tidings of the Pacific yet. COMMERCIAL. UNION & AMERICAN OFFICE, ) Nasuti lle, Dec?, '54, p. m. J The weathersinc our last weekly rej.ott has .been gen erally clear and cold, the dryest speel of wintry weather weharesasn for some years. The rirer has b en gradu ally receding all the week, and is now quite shallow aain, there being only 20 inches water on Uarpeth khoalj. Business continnesdull in all its departments except that ofOroceries, which is active, and the sales would be heary were noi the stocks in store so much depleted. The low stage of water in tlie rirer is the greatest drawback on this important branch of our trade at present, preventing as it does a ready incerase of supplies, COTTON. The cotton market has been dull and droop ingsi nc" last Saturday. Sales in the early oart of the week were made in sa.all parcels, as high as 7Jc; but since, prices hare gradually gone down under the influence, ol unfavorable adrices from Jiew Orleans, and the continued unnaTigab'e state of the rirer, which forbids shipments. Accordingly the sales amounted Friday to only 40 bales at 7a7-10c, anr? to-day 7c was the highest figure that buyers were willing to risk. Prirate telegraphic despatches from New Orleans of the 3th quote mfddling cotton, (Nashville lists) 7a3c, and our own despatches quote New Orleans (a better grade) at Sa9c , and heavy sales. The steamer which left Liverpool on the 29th is due at New York to morrow and if she brii as is expected, news of the fall of Sebastopol crowning the operations of the allies in the Crimea with success, a momentary improvement is anti cipated in the European 'cotton markets. That event would probably result in a cessation of hostilities for the winter, and the prospects of trade, peihaps, become brigh ten. The receipts hare been large this week, going over 800 bales. Total receipts to date, since 1st Sept, 4,853 bales against 4,715 bales at a corresponding date last season. TOBACCO. No sales. FLO UK. The stock of Flour is very .much reduced, though still ample for the demand, which is regular. No change in prices. MEAL Is still scarce at SOaDOc. per bushel. BACON. Demand limited. No change in prices. FEATHERS Hare gone up, and are now quoted at 05a 37c CANDLES No change in tallow candies; star have de clined and are now held at25a27c COAL. The supply of coal is limited and holders are doing a "cash business" at S0a35c per bushel. SALT. No alteration in the pneeof barrel salt. There is no coarse sack salt in market; line is selling at $3. GROCERIES. Demand good, and prices fine; for which see table of prices current, f We may here remark that at the auction sales which take place every week, leading articles ofgroceries are frequently sold at lower figures than they can be put chased privately .J POUK 4Ja5tc BEEF CATTLE-8Xa4c SHEEP ?l,50at2,00 per head. JNEW BOOKS. ItOOKS AND yj'ATIOXJJIt V. F- HAGAK, Book Seller and Stationer, JJttrkit !trttt,oppoiti lit I'nion Hall, Xashville, 'i'cini. rERCAANTS, Traders, Tea-her, Librarian, and all 1 1 burinir BOOKS AND STATIONERY, will find at the abovo house a large and complete assortment of School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Bonks. Also, letter and Cap Paer, a large and splendid assortment. Blank Books, in every raneiy oi iyie anu liinuing; an oi which uave been manufactured and selected with great care, and will be sold at low prices. J3?" Merchants, Teachers and Traders, selecting their Fall Stocks, are earnestly requested to gire us acill before making theirpurchases. P. HAOAN. nol2 NoSl Market stieet. NEW BOOKS, "THE CABIN BOY'S STORY: A Seini-Natural Bo. mance, founded on facts. By the Author of the 'Pirate Doctor,' 'The Lawvers's Story,' 'The Old Doctor, Ac.' Ac." One vol 12 mo. Price $1 2.S, "EVENTIDE: A Series of Tales and Poems. By Efiie Aftou." One beautiful 12 mo vol. Price fl 25. "CAPTAIN CONAT; Or. Twentr Years of an American Slaver." Beingap account of his career and adventuresou Ihe coast, in the interior, on shipboard, and in the i est Indies; written out and edited from the Captain's journals, memoranda and conversations. Bv Brantz Maver. One vol 12 me. Price 1 25. "THE LADIES' COMPLETE O UI DE TO CROTCHET, Fancy Knitting and Needle Work.'' By Mrs Ann S. Ste phens. 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 any person who can read cau. in a few hours, learn to execute the most complicated and ditlicult patterns in crochet and Knuiing. 1 ins worK aiso contains me ciearesi elementary information and the fullest instructions for every species ol Needlework, with new and beautiful Edgings and Inser tions, in addition tn the choicest specimens of Ladies' Work. Pricn only $1. For sale by F. HAG AN. novl2 .Market street. t;ODKVS LADY'S HOOK lor DICCKMliEK, Contains Sixty contributions, and is embellished with Thirty Steel and Wood Engravings. Single copies 25 cents, or f 3 per year, free of postage. Subscrip tions received, and single copies sold by nr 25. F. HAOAN, Agent. AKI'KirSiAJAZIXE FOR DECEMBER. The beginning of the Tenth Volume. Subscription freo of postage $3 per year. Subscription received aud single copies sold by " F. HAG AN, dec2 Market st SLATES AND PENCILS Large supply in store and for sale by t. HAGA.V, novl2 Market street. BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONARY Large additions his day received and for sale b nov!2 F HAGAN. "THE PARABLES OF FREDERIC ADOLPHUS KRU.MMACHER, from the Seventh German Edition; with Twenty-six Elegant Illustrations. Beautifully bound. For sale by norl2J F. HAOAN. LETTER AND CAP PAPER. day received by 500 reams assorted, this F. HAOAN. DC.UAS' NK .NOVELS. EM M ANUEL-PH I LI BliRT; FELIND DE CHAMIICItE ; ROSA WOODVILLE. By Alexander Dumas. Jmt re ceived by F. HAGAN. SI'IKITUAL 1SOOKS. THE GREAT 1IARM0N1A, VOI 1. The Physician. By A J Daris. THE GREAT II A KM ONI A, VOL. II. The Teacher. By A .1 Daris. THE GREAT HARMONIA, VOL. III. The Seer. By A .1 Davis. THE SPIRITUAL TEACHER. 1 By Spirits of the Sixth Cii-cle. K P Ambler, Medium, THE FILiRIMAGE OF THOMAS PAINE; Written by the Spirit of Thomas Paine, through C Hammond, Medium. THE PRESENT AGE AND THE INNER LIFE, Being a Sequel to Spiritual Intercourse. By A J Da vis. This is an elegant Book of uear 30(1 paes oc tavo; ill strated. " ASTOUNDING FACTS FROM THE SPIRIT-WORLD, Witnessed at the house of J A Gridley, Southampton Mass. Illustrated with a colored diagram. SPIRITUALISM; By Judge l-Mmonds and l)r G T Dexlcr, with an ap pendage by U..n X V Tallmadge, and others. BIVULET FROM THE OCEAN OF TRUTH; An interesting narrative of adranceme at o' a Spirit from darkness io 1.-1,1, ..!,,;, Ule nuUence of man on earth over ihe de aried. Ky Jhn S. Adams. EPIC OF THE STARRY HEAVENS; SjHiken bv Thomas 1, Hams in iV hours ami 1C n lincl" 810 1SnB 4-im VOICES FROM SPIRIT-LAND, Through Nathan Francis White. Medium BHUTAN AND RICHMOND'S DISCUSSION, 400 pages octavo. This work contains twentr-four letters lrom each of the parties above mined, cuib dringa eiit number or facts and arguments, pro and eon, designed lo illustrate the spiritual phenomena ot all ages, but especially the modem manifestations. SPECIAL NOTICES. Worms! Worms!! Worms!!! A great many learned treatises hare ten written, ex plaining the origin of, and classifying the worms generated in the human system. Scaraely any topic of medical sci ence has elicited more acute observation and profound re search; and yet physicians are Tery much divided in opin ion on me suoject. it must be admitted, however that, af ter all, a mode of expelling them and purifying the body from their presence is of more value tian the wisest dis quisitions as to their erigin. Such an expelling agent has at last been found. Dr. M' lane's Vermifuge proves to be the much sought aftor speci. fic its eflicacy being unirersally acknowledged bytheen tire medical faculty. As a further proof, read the follow ing from a lady one of our own citizens: New York, October 15, 1832. This is to certify that I was troubled with worms for more than a Tear. I was advised to use J)r. McLane's Celebrated Vermifuge. I took one bottle, which brought away about filly worms; 1 commenced improving at once, and am now roe streets. P S Dr M'Lane's celebrated Vermifuge and Lirer Pills can both be obtained at any of the respectable Drug Stores in this city. J3f" Purchaserswillpleasebecarefultoaskfor Dr. M' LANE'S Celebrated Liver Pills, and take none else. There are other Pills, purporting to ba Liver Pills, now before the public Dr. M'Lane's Lirer Pills, also his Celebrated Vermifuge, can now be had at all respectable, Drug Stores in the United States and Canada. nov2S lw BENEFICIAL RESULTS inrariably follow the administering of STABLER'S ANODYNE CHERRY EX PECTORANT in cases of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup, and Throat and Lung complaints general ly. It is not claimed that it will cues in xu. cases, but t.one hare come to our kuowledge where it faile'd to gire relief; while at the same time, thousands of instances hare occurred where its eQects hare been so marked, that Ibey hare been widely noticed and commended. The DIAR RHOEA CORDIAL, it i j candidly believed, is unequalled in disease of the bowels, and its curative properties hare been wonderfully experienced in numerous cases. There fore, you are advised to make trial of these "good medi cines," should you or your family require their aid. JST See descriptive pamphlets, to be bad gratis of the agents. Price, only 50 cents per bottle, or six bottles for $2 50. E. H. STABLER A CO., Proprietors, 'Wholesale Druggists, Baltimore. W. F. GRAY, nor23 2w Wholesale Agent. Nashville, Tenn. Ucst Known When Tried. These gentlemen take pleasure in testifying in regard to B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, because two of the firm hare used it in their prirate practice as physicians for a number of years, and they hare known it, by observation, to be good. New Albast, Ind. July 4th, 1853. Mtisrs. B. A. Fii&Mitock ti., GcxTLKJK.s: Having sold your valuable Vermifuge for some time, and having seen it used for many years, we would recommend it to all as a sale and efficient remedy for nil cases of worms. In no instance have we ever seen any evil results following its administration, but always has it ansuered toe purpose tor wnicn ltwss intended, ana been entirely satisfactory. ueiiev ing mai everjiiuug uiat uas ueeu ei tunu iu re rard to its virtues is stricKlr in accordance with our obser vations, not only as practitioners, bnt as men of business. we would unhesitatingly say to all wno read tnis, mat it is the best Vermifuge now in use, and that its virtues are best known when tned. RIELY, HOOVER & RIELY. Sold wholesale and retail br all nnncinal drucreists and country merchants throughout the United States. wlm. WHKREVEIt THAT GREAT MEDICINE called II. G. FAKKELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT, has been introduced, it has performed the most extraordinary cares In the annals of medical history every body who use it once becomes Its warmest friend they not only keep It al. wajs on tiand for the benefit of lta timely use in cas of emer gency, t ut recommend It to all their friends. It has been be fore the public fur nearly ten years, and yet Is dally develop ing new virtues; many diseases hare been cured by It, for which the proprietor had never recommended It; Its magical virtues spreads through the land wltb the speed of llgblnlnf , and many, very many poor invalids who supposed their days on this earth were fast drawing to a close, have been by a persevering use of this invaluable Lin 1 mem HEALED, and now rejoice in the blessings of Health, and the enjoyment of this beautiful world. Head this to believe anil not to doubt, enquho of jour neighbors whom you know to have nsed It, and they H ill tell you that no medicine ever discovered pos sesses Hie half or Hs extraordinary healing powers. The racking palnsof rhcuuiaUsm ami neuralgia yield in a few uiiiiules to its powerfully anodyne properties. "The lame are made to walk." Old sores, which have rendered the subject a loatlotne thing to behold, are healed. The weak and Ire mbling,from deranged stale of the nerves, by the use oT this Liniment, rejoice lo the recovery of their former health and strength. Many long standing affections of the liver, lungs and kidneys have jiehled to Its use aft jr the va rious remedies bad failed. Itis very cntcaciousin curiug the diseases uf horses and cattle, euch as sweeny, alns, bruises, swelhugs, cramps, lameuefS, dry shoulder, splint, etc., and If used in the beginning, never falls to slop the further pro gress of fistula, poll-evil, ringbone and spavin. Look out for Counterfeits I The nublicare cautioned against another counterfeit. which has lately made Its appearance, called W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, me most dangerous or all the counter feits, because his having the name of Farrall, niany will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex ists, and they will perhaps only diicover tholr trror when the spurious mixture nas wrought us evil enerls. Tin genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. Far rcll, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist No. 17 Alain street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you gel it with ihe letters H.C. before Farrell's, thus II. G. FAriRELL'S and his signature on the wrapper. Allothers are counter feits, old by CVVia BKUTH1SKS, W. P. GRAY. II n ufn'yi anil by regularly authorized agents throughout the United States. TTf" Price 23 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and hamlet in the United States, in which one is not already established. Address 11. (i. Parrell as above, accompanied with good rejeience as to character, responsibility, dtc. novS 1m Remedies that can be relied on. being each suited to a "Specilic Disease." My extensive practicein t'liuaueiiiniainepast IDlrlj years nas made me ecquainted with all forms of disease, and being a graduate from the University of Pennsylvania In 1830, under the guid ance ot Doctors Physic, Chapman, Cox, Gibson and Hare, I am enabled, from all these advantages, to offer the public the results ol that practice in the form of my Family Alodi cines. As I attend to the compounding of these Medicines mv- eelf, thtj aro found, as thousands can testify, far superior to the man nostrums called patent medicines. J. h. KUSK, Al. 11. . Dr. J . S. Rose's Cough Svrun. or Exnectorant. ts a never falliLg remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma. It alia) s any Irritation ol the Lungs, and fortifies the system against future attacks. In bottles at 50c. and $1. Dr. J. S. Kose's Whooping Cough Syrup. This prepara tion always gives immediate relietand frequently cures In oueuttek. riceSUc. Dr J. S. Rose's Croup Syrnp. Thlsdangerons complaint amongst children, yeilds immediately to this never tailing reineuy. rnceic. Dr. J.S. Huso's Nervous and Invlsreratlner Cordial stands without equal, for tha relief and cure of Heart Disease, Neuralgia, Flatulence, Depressed Spirits, Tremor of the Nerves and Muscles. Itis agreal restorertothe mind or Dody worn down by care, labor or study. Atrial of It will convince the most skeptical. Price 50c. Dr. J. S. Kose's Extractor Buchu. This Is decidedly ne oftbe best leiuedies ever used for all Diseases of the Kid uejs. Bladder, and all Souty Affections. Price 50. Dr. i. S. Hose's Anti-Billons, or Railroad Pills. They are adopted to the Southern sactlons ot the United States particularl, buing often a preventative of severe bullous ttacks, and when used with Dr. Kose's Tonic Mixture, will cure the mnstslubborn cases of Bullous Fever or Feverand Ague. Price h!i and 25 cents. l)r. J. S. liooe's Pain Curer, cures all pains Internal or external. It may be relied on tor curing and giving almost n slant relief to Cholera Morbus, Chollc, and all pains in no Stomach or Bowels, Ilheuoiallsin from Cold, Sore Throat, pains iu the Limbs, Back or Side, Cbiliblains Sprains aud Bruises. Sale to all ages. Price 12 a, 25, and 50c. For Female Complaints. Dr. J, S. Hose's Golden Pills, forfaiting ottho Womb, Female Weakness, Debility and Relaxation . Price 50c. Dr. J. S. Kose's Female Specific A remedy for Painful .Menstruation, Leiicorlnea or Whites. Price 1$. Dr. J. S. Kose's Dyspeptic Compound. This preparation has never failed in curing the Djspepsia, Indigestion or Liver Complaint, when taken in conjunction with his Alter ative or Faintly PiIN. Price of both 75c. Dr. J. S. Kose's Tonio Mixture isa never-failing remedy for Chills, Fevers and General Debility. A few doses will convince the mustskeptical. Price 50c. Dr. J.?- Kose's SarsajiarillaL'nmiuiid For all Skin DIs eases, and for Purifying the Ulood,ilis uperior to all others. Price 50cents and $1, Dr. J.S. Ko-e's Elixir of Opium, free from all thebad ef fects ol Opium and Laudanum, such as Headache, Consti pation or sick Stomach. Price 25c. All whose Constitutions are Impaired by disease or weak by nature, should ?ead DK. J. h, KOSE'S MEDICAL AD VISER, (which;contains a description of the Diseases ofour climate and the mode of treatment.) It cau be had without rhiiigoof W. F. GRAY, Nashville, W. W. BERRY A DEMOVGaLE, SHELL A RUTHERFORD, Llllatin, McCLAIN A DALE, Columbia. phi tr. :37" Bcatitilul White Teeth, Healthy Cuius, nut) a Sweet lireatli. All who are desirous of obtain ing those benefits, should use HERMAN'S CELEBRATED TOOTH WASH. This delicious art'ccombineswjmanymeritorious qual. dies, that it his now become a standard favorite with the citizcus ot New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore Dent ists prescribe it in iheir practice most successfully, and litimevery source the most tiatteringlaudations are award ed it. lutiamed and bleeding gums lire immediately ben elitled by its use; ts action upon them is mild, soothing and effective. Il cleanses the teeth so thoroughly that they are made to rival pearl in whitenes, and ditltise through the mouth such a delightful freshness that the breath is rendered extremely sweet. It disinfects all those impun. ties which tend to produce decay; and, as a consequence, when these ate relieved the teeth must always remain sound. Prepated only by FRANCIS HERMAN, Druggist and Chemist, Philadelphia. Sold wnoleiale and retail by W. F. GRAY, Nashville. Anil by all Druggists, at only 25 twenty-Eve cents per bottle. faug9 3m I'O WDKItKU SIH.AIt. 10 Bbls Pow'd Sugar, just received by the latest arri val and for sale by DAVIS -t SWANN. dec9 tf No. 78 Public Square. LAKGE AND ET.ECANT STOCK OF FALL GOODS, At Prices to suit the Present Crisis. JAMES NICHOX49 ' NO. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE. IS row prepared to exhioithis Fall Importation of RICH FOREIGN AND AMERICAN Corapn'ging one of the most desirable ASSORTMENTS ever offered, selected from the very latest Importations, and purchased under the GREAT DEPRESSION OF PRICES IN THE EASTERN CITIES, durin; the months 0r Sep tember and October, under the circumstances 1 feel gratifi ed tnai 1 can otter such inducements as will enable all to purchase. SILKS. I have a large and well selected assortment or Silks at all PRICES, and well suited for the Fall trade, Ac. Super Brocade Striped Silks; Rich Poult de Soie Silks; " Bl'k Wat'd, new style; " Gn do Rhine, (all widths;) Clalley, (all colors.) riata uiacie, do Gros de Aprigne, do Plaid and striped Silk, (great variety) Plain Glacie-. Wedding and Evening Dresses, (beautiful variety) cheap Silks of all kinds, Ac. Ac. WOOLEN DKESS GOODS. Plaid and Stripped Cashmeres; Tartan Plaid, (all colors and widths:) lteal French Merinos, from 50 cents up; Mousle de Laines, 8-4, C-4 widths; Superfine Bombazines: AVhite Cashmeres De Ecosse; Valencia Robes, (rich) Alpaca's; And a great variety of other styles, new and cheap. LACE GOODS. Medalion Maltese Collars and Sleeves; Trimmed Embroidered Collarctts. LACE Embroidered Collars, Sleeves aud Habits; Morning Collars and Sleeves. French Embroidered Handkerchiefs, " ' Mourning, do. Applique Spriggs, Cambric Flouncing and Bards; EmDroidered Chemizetts aud Sleeves; Valencienne and Maltese Laces and EdgiDgs, Jaconet and Sftiss, do. CLOAKS, TALMAS, SHAWLS, &C. A. beautiful-variety of Cloth and Velvet Cloaks. Talma's, Crape Shawls, Terkerie and Thibbet Shawls, Cashmere Scarfs, Ac. LINEN HOSIER V AND GLOVES. Table Damask -3-4, 9-4. 10-4, 11-4, 12-4; Pillow Case Linens; Barnsley Sheeting; Bird-Eye Diaper Huccabac Crash Napkins and Irsh Linens; French Linen Cambric; English Silk and Cotton Hosiery; Winter Hosiery; all kinds, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves; Beaver and Gauntle Gloves, Ac., Ac. CLOTHS, CASSNIEUES, FLANNELS AND ULANKETS. French and English Cloths and Cassimeres, (great variety) Cloakine Cloth; Blankets, of all kinds; Satinets; 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; fcnfjlisn and American Prints; iloyles Prints; and a great variety of other Goods. Call and examine my Stock of Goods. To CASH BUY ERS and PUNCTUAL CUSTOMERS great inducements will be offered. JAMES N1CHOL. Nashville, Nov. S, 1S54. LOUISVILLE. CINCINNATI, AND NASH VILLE REGULAR PACKETTS FOE 1854-'55. The splendid new ftteamet EESBth. 31 Capt. P. R. Baeclat. FZTrjfTZZa And the favorite steamer CUMBERLAND VALLEY, Caft. CM. Fereell, WILL run in the above trade this season, commencing their trips on the first rise in Cumberland Rirer. One of these boats will leave Nashville every TUESDAY at 4 o'clock, P. M.; returning will leave Cincinnati every WEDNESDAY at 4 o'clock, P. M., and Louisville every THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 1 respectlullv solicit lor these bee steamers a share of public patronage. A. 11A MILTON, sept24. Agent. HUGHES BROTHERS, DAGUERREAN ARTISTS AKD DAGUERREOTYPE STOCK DEALERS. C. C. HUGHES, Union street, over Stretch A Orr's. F. N. HUGHES, 59 College street, late Dohyns A Co. AT EACH of these Galleries tlie public can oSSPjWSj tain first class Pictures, as we use the bestSLrlvs? Material and largest and most approved Apparatus. Our Rooms are neatlv fitted up. with Powerful Side aud Skv Lights, the only ones in the city, which is acceded by all Arnsis ana v,onnoiseures to oe me Desi tor talcing large FAMILY' GROUPS so as to dispense with those dark shadows so gnerally seen and objected to. We have a beautiful PIANO forthe use of the LADIES. As we attend personally to our Sitters our pattens may rely on polite attention, and Pictures second to none. J5F Citizens aud Strangers are politely invited to visit our Rooms, whether they need Ptctuie-or rot- novi 11 THURSTON Ac KERXAJtl), No. 9 Union street, A RE now leceiving their stock of Fall and Win- XX ter Dress Goods, consisting of Silks. Cash-r meres, French and English Merinos, all Woo! De-1 lanes. Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, aud a genera) assortment of Staple Goods. The above goods were all purchased in the Easterrrcities by one of the lirm since the decline in prices ot Foreign Merchandise, and will be freely offered to the public at prices thai must insure j. ready sale. We respectfully invite all to give ourstocS:au examination. oct-Stf I70R SALE. A beautiful residence, situated on Sum ; mer street, in the Sth Ward. The Lnt fronts .".S fee. and runs back 170 to a IS fool alley. The House is a two story brick building, conlain'ng 4 large rooms, dining- room, passage, porches, closets, kitchen, servants room, smoke house, Ac, and has beautiful shade trees in the yard. Persons wishing to buy a convenient and pleasant residence in a good neighborhood, at a very low price and upon asy terms, will do well to examine this property before purchasingelsewhere. ALSO, 2 beautiful vacant Lois adjoining the above one fronts 45 and the other 50 feeion Summer street and itins back 176 feet toa lt foot alley. Apply to it. A. UAL Wh, Gem Agent, novl9 17 Deaderick treeL NEW GOODS, OPENING THIS DAY EY J. C. MeXAinr it- CO. R ICH EVENING FANS; BRIDAL. do; Ric'.i Embroid's.; in all varieties; r rencn v orkert Uaps, j-EVEN; Lace Trimmed, do, EVENING; Rich Evening DRESSES; " MiK do do; All of the above are nice new things, justfolund. OCIZZ It. U. Jlc.NAlitl & LO. OPENING THIS DAY!!! RICH Velvet Carpets; Rich Tapestry Carpels ; Rich BrusselU Carpets, Rich New Stvle Scotch Ingrain Carpels; " " " " 8-ply Carpets; ' Chenille Enameled and Velvet Rugs; All of the above goods are this day received bv nov4 R. 0. McNAlRY A CO. KEMOVAL. B. L. SIMPSON begs leave to inform his friends and customers that he has removed his Agency for the sale of Foreign ines aud Liquors, to the irehouse ot Messrs S. 11. Loomis A Co , No. 42, Wes side Public Square, opposide the Planters' Bank. nova lm HUDSON & DOLFITsGiiK, MAUtAtJTL HVKX Or JEWELRY" AND SILVERWARE, G'i Fourth Street. Near Jlitiii, Lonisiillc. Ky. rrUlANKFUL forpast favors, we would most lespect 1 fully inform the trade and dealers generally, that we are now prepared to manufacture Spon, Forks, ladles, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Masonic, Odd Fellows and Sons ot Temperance Jewels, Ac, Ac., on the most reasonable terms. -Having lately gone to considerable expense in fitting up steam power, we can confidently assert that our prices will favorably compare with those ot the Eastern cities. Orders lrom a distance promptly attended to. Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange at the highest prices. novjb Jim. I3?"Nashville Union copy 3 months and send bill to this oflice. Louisville Democrat. WE ARE NOW RECEI VING our stock of WINTER CLOTHING for Men and Bovs, comprising all the newest stvles of Coats, Vests and Pants, ofdif- 7 . '."VI 't"-ur '"'"I p - 't H lUid- V VIWHJ, " ..IIIICIM ard vestlngs, wnicn we win makeup to older, in the most FASHIONABLE STYLE. Also, a larse assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods and Under Cluilnnu; of the best quality. Silk and Gingham Urn, bicllas tn black and fancv colors CLIFTON A ABBOTT. Octobers, 1S.V?. Wat GENTS SUl'UR STITCH'D ROOTS. SUPER Calf Slitch'd Boots; do do Sew'd do; do do Pump Sole Dress Boots; do do W P Stitch 'd and Sew'd Boots; do do Cork Sole Boots; do do Peg'J W P Boots. . Just opened by RAMAGE A CHURCH, novlS 4 College street GREAT RARGAINSIN REAL ESTATE! ""7'E are now offering a gieat bargain in that beautiful V V lot containing about ." acres, with a large nun her of beautiful tiees, to-wit: Said Ijit is in the corner or Frank lin Streetand the New Orleans Railroad, and in the imme diate vicinity tf the Lot sold on the 28rd inst., at. S1 50 per foot Only a small portion of the money will be requir ed in cash and long ci edit given on the balance. -ALSO- a beautiful building lot in Edgetield, opposite Cheatham A Houston's addition, fronting 100 feet on the Gallatin Pike, and -unning back 215 eet to Foster street, and fronting 93 feet on the same. Call soon, as bargains like the above are seldom offered. J. L.A R. W. BROWN, nov25. WJ Cheery Sti eet. TTOR HUNT. A hoibe on Cherry street, and one 011 T C edar stieet, nearly opposte the Post Odice, wel' suited for.and used as Boarding Houses. The third story ol the Union Buildings, very roomy and plenty ol light, formerly used as the printing room of the Union newspaper. Also, several shops, offices aud lodging rooms in the same building. Apply to . SS. P. ALLISON, dec6d4w. No- 61, Cherry st SHERIFF'S SALES. BY virtue of an order of sale lo tne directed from the Circuit Court of Davidson county, I will offer to the highest bidder for Cash, at the Court House door in Nasb ville, on the 2Sd of December, ISM, all the right, title and interest that Charles Hess ha3 in or to a certain tract of Land in district No. 18, in Davidson county and Slate of Tennessee, bounded as follows, beginning at an oak tree standing at PorteFs south bounding line, the same being the no", th-west corner of the land ot Paul Vaughn, and run ning thence west S0 with Porter's Line. 9sf poles to a stone, the north east corner of Miss alaxej's line, thence South with her East bounding line wall, 154 poles to an Asb Tree, her south-east corner, and the north-east comer poles to a Stake, a corner of said McKinney's, 20 poles to a corner of his, thence south with his line 8 poles to a stake, McKinney's corner, thence south S6 east, 82 poles toa Mulberry Stump, it being the north east corner of a tract of land belonging to the sad McKinney, in the west bounding line of another tract belonging to John Thomas, thence north with his line 9 poles to a stake the north-west corner of Thomas' land, thence east with his north boundary line 7 poles lo a Stake in his line, the same being the south west cornerofPaul Vaughn, thence north 20 west, with Vaughn's west bounding line, 141 poles to tha beginning, containing 96 acres and 2S squire poles, be the same more or less. Levied on as the property of Charles Hess, "and in favor of C, A. Trowbridge. Sale within lawful hours. E. B.BIGLEY, novll Sheriff of Davidson county. BV virtue ot an order of sale tome directed, I will Oder to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court-house door in Nashville, on the 23d day of December, 1841, all the right, title and interest that Samuel Hunt has in. and to. a certain piece or parcel ofground to wittbegining at John M.Kirbys' corner nearest Cheery street, in Whiteside A Batch's addition to Nashville; said parcel ot ground be:ng part of lot No. 39 in said addition, thence in the line of said Crawford street thirty feet to a stake, thence with a line para el! in the line of said parcel of ground of said John M Kirby nearest to Cherry street, 120 feet more or less to the line of Mary Jackson to stake in her line, thence in the said Mary Jackson line thirty feet, to a stake in Wm. Treppard ' line thence with the said Treppards line and said John M. Kirby's line to the beginning. Levied on as the property of Samuel Hunt, and in favor of E. Kirby, administrator. Sale within lawful hours- E. B. BIGLEY, Sheriff novll tf of Davidson county. BY' virtue of an order of Sale tome directed trom the Cir cuit Court of Davidson county, I will offer to the high est bidder for Cash at the Court House door in Nashville, on the 23d of December, 1S54, all the right, title and inter est, that Jane Shaw and Robert Shaw, has in and to a cer tainTtract of Land, situated in District, No. 8, of David son county, and State of Tennessee, about 99 acres, u the Ercpertyof Jane Shaw, bounded as follows: on the East V M'lver. on the South b v Wm. Oa-uvie. on the br James and Alexandar Watson, on the North bv Wm. Ogil- 1 ti-:n: . 1 1 i , ... , . t t-i hcbuu iiuiiauiuiviuHju, aauueeueu 10 me saiaianeonaw by B. M. Wheeler, in Book C., page (22. Levied on as the property ot jane and liobert Shaw, Patterson. Sale within lawful hours. and in favor of H.J. E.B.BIGLET, Sheriff, novll tf 01 oaviason county. BY virtue of an order of Sale to me directed from the Circuit Court of Davidson countv, I will offer tothe highest bidder for Cash at the Court House door in Nash ville, on the 23d day of December, 1854, all right, title and claim and interest, thatM. Edwards has in and toa 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 all 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 as the pioperty of M.Ed wards and in favor of M. W. Wetmore. Sale within law ful hours. E, B. BIGLEY. Sheriff nol2 tf of Davidson county. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed trom the Circuit Court of Davidson countv. I will offer to the highest bidder for cash at the Court-house door in Nashville, on the 23d day of December, 1854, all title claim and inter, ett that M. Edwards has in or to a lot, or part of a lot in Nashville, being lot No. 411, in the plan ot the Lwing 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 lota is registered in the Register's Office, of Davidson county, Boot No. 14, pages 202 and 203, levied on as the property; of M. Edwards and in favor of M. W. Wet more. Sale within lawful hours. E. B. BIGLET, Sheriff; novll If of Davidson county. BY virtue of an order ot Sale to me directed from the Cir cuit Court, of Davidson county, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for Cash al the Court House door ia Nash ville, on the 23rd day of December, 1S54, all the right, title and interest, that Vi m. M'Cay, has in and to t. lot of ground in South Nashville, Lot No. 5, on Market street, fronting 36 f,-et tn Market street, as the property of Wm. M'Cay, extending back 190 feet to a 16 foot alley, thence with said alley 36 feet, thence 190 feet to the beginning. Levied on as the property of Wm. M'Cay. andWm. R. Paul, and in favor of J. G, Saw ter. Sale within lawful hours. E. B. BIGLEY, Sheriff novll tf of Davidson county. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of an order of Sale to me directed Irottl the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson county, I will oa TUESDAY the 19th day December, 1S54, at the Court House in Nashville, expose to public Sale, for Cash, a cer tain LOT OF GROUND on the North side of Cumberland river; nearthe residence of Dr. John Shelby, known as the Track Depot Lot of the Ixmisville and Nashville Railroad Coiiqiany, containingabout TSN 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 fitvorof E. Goodrich, E. B. BIGLEY, Sheriff, JAS. HAMILTON, Dep. Sh'ff. novS td NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD. II DM PREYS, MARTIN A HOUSTON'S ADDITION. ON SATURDAY, the 9th December, on the premises, at 12 o'clock, iL, we will sell the following LoU in the above addition, which will, for the present, close the sales ih this addition. We will not commence these sales until 13 M. and will continue during the evening, so as to give every body an opportunity to attend. Our terms are usually liberal, one. two and three years credit, without interest, for Notes satisfactorily secured. The Lots are as follows : On Cherry street, Nos. 62,03, 64, 65, 66, and 67. O11 Coal street, Nos. 117, 118 and 119. On Depot Ground, Nos. 113,114,115,116 and 123. On Houston street, Nos. 103, 104, 105, 106, 124 and 125. On Humphreys street, Nos. 5S, 59, 63, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 79 and 80. Call on us and get Plots of the Ground. Omnibuses will run as usual. LINDSLEY A CROCKETT, E. K. Glascoct, Auctioneer. 33 College street deal TO IIOUSE-KEEFERS. CLOTHES Baskets, Clothes Hampers, Ac; Market Baskets, Tubs, Pails, Piggins, Ac; Wool, Manilla, Jute and Grass Mats; Coffee Mills, Urns, Roasters and Filteraxs; Tea Pots, Urns, Daddies and Tea Balls; Rice Boilers, Knife Boxes, Knife Washers; Fine, medium and common Table Cutlery, Silver-Plated Goblets, Waiters and Pitchers; ' Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays; " Castors, Spoons and Forks; Fine, medium and common Waiters and Trays; Soup Tureens, Steak Dishes, Chaffing do; Bronzed Iron Hat Racks; Fire Iron Stands. Ac; Fire Dogs; Umbrella do.; Water Filterers; With many other articles suitable for House-keepers. Jnsi received and for sale low for cash, bv nov23 A. MORRISON A CO, House Furnishing Store, comer Square and Deaderick St. COME ONE. COME ALU iv. a. Ac j. g. McClelland, AT THEIR MAGNIFICENT STORE ON COLLEGE STREET, Nos, 5i and 53. HAVE on hand the most magnificent assortment of ele gant Rich Goods ever offered in this market Our stock of heavy goods Is also very complete, and at prices ihat cannot fail to please. Many of these goods hare been secured within the past few days, and having been bought greatly less than cost of importation, we feel no delicacy in saying that we can give greater satisfaction in prices than can be found in any other heuse in the city. Strangers buying goods in this market, will save money by calling end looking at our stock, at McCLELLANDS' Metropolitan Store, ocU9 Nos. 54 and 53 College street DUNCAN, MORGAN i CO., have in store of late arrivals Bleached Domestics and Drillings; Brown " " Fancy Prints; New Style Dress Goods; Cassimeres. Cloths, Satinetts and Jeans; Heavv Woolens, Blankets, Flannels, Ac, which wifl be sold at extreme low prices, to close out the stock, preparatory for the Spring trade. DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO. Nov 22 No. 70, Public Square. n. N. 11YEUS, A. O. CARTER SELLING AT COST. WE have on hand three fine Coaches, four fine Rockaways, for four or six. persons, and ten fine Buggies, some of them with two seate. all of which we will sell for less than cost, either for cash or on credit Persons wanting Carriages for nothing wil please to call 1 nd see them at No. (9 North Market street iiptiosite the Nashville Inn. oct3 tf MYERS t CARTER. FOR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL lot for the erection of a store house, between College and Cherry streets, fronting 25 feet on the Southside of Broad street and running back 140 feet Said lot has on tta framestore house, occupied by G. W. Sweeney.' Tbe lot exempt from taxation for about 30 years. ALSO A house and lot No. 109, College strest, beyond the Stone Bridge. ALSO, Three beautiful building lots in West Nashville on the corner of McNairy aud Broad streets. Apply to J.L.AR.W. BRO nov23 lOds 6S& Cherry street 17OR SALE. I offer for sale one of the best Farms in Daividson county of the size. It contains 100 acres' lying on the East bank of Stones River, seven miles from Nashville, and near McWhirtersville and one mile above the mouth of Stones River good spring of never-failing free-stone water; also a fine sulpher spring near the premi ses; fifty-live acres cleared: improvements one story frame, S rooms, pood cedar kitchen, crib, stables, Ac Terms cash, balance twelve months credit For fur ther particulars, apply to R. A. BALLO WE, Gen. Ag't dec3 " 17 DeadrickSt A COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR RENT. I WISH to Rent for two vears the place on which I now live, 5 miles from Nashvillson the Murlreesboro' Turn pike, containing 70 acre', 40 or 45 acres cleared. It is a beautiful place. Apply at No. 33 Cedar Street nov7 REES W. PORTER. IOR SALIJ. 20 Flat Boat Loads of Coal, to be de JL livetedon the first rise of the Cmberland river. We wish to nuke contracts before the river rises, oct 13 H. S. FRENCH A SON. ANlfLES! CANDLES!! 50 boxes ard"pressed VJSumnier Jleuld Candles, just received and for sale by il'CREA A TERRASS, novll. ' Broadway, NEW DRUCr STORE. r. Gr. bb.o w jsr, (Formerly of the firm of Ewin, Brown & Co.n TTAS OPENED, with an entire new stock or , 1 1 Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Ac-. Ac.on tbe site formerlr occupied br tbe old Sim, No. 43, College Street,, three doors from Union, where he will b pleased to wait upon his old friends and citizens generally. Particular attention is given to Phy&i- i i :n 1 : 1 1 1 -. 1. , .1) X I IUHJUJ, IIM1.U niuuniuicu niuiBVkuisvi atfu J! . t " atspaicn. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, comprising Pocket Cases, assorted; Pocket Vial Cases, sev eral new patterns; Speculums, assorted; Midwife, Amputat ing and Trepanning instruments, in uases or ieparate; 100m rorcep ana ivejs; cueiuewi'c;,, .uniiijiiijMraiiis; Stomach Pumps; Dissecting Instruments; Ac. Ac, Truses in every variety a complete assortment of everything us ually Kept in tuts line may oe louna ai J. G. BROWN'S, 43, ol.egeSt oct23'54 TXT INTER STRAINED LARD OIL.-Six YV bblxjust received by J.G.BROWN. oct28, '54. College. t-eet "IHEMICALS. A large Stock, and from .'j best J Manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, neibr oeiore brought to this market. Attention of Physicians to Ibis partot my siock is respecuuiiy solicited. ocizs. J. U. BUUll .x. rOD LIVER OIL. Four gross Rushtoo. Clark & VJ0o.'s best article, warranted pure and fresh, iust receir- ed py oct2a-54.j J.u.iiitow.n. BERMUDA ARROW ROOT. Warranted per fectly pure and fresh. A full supply at octzS-'oA. J. G. BROWN'S. PERFUMERY in every style, French, German ard American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac., it Tooth Powder and Paste, Fiver's Aromartic Vinegar, Glenn's Rose Bears Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white Windsor Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general assortment 01 flam ana fancy soaps, iiairrsmsaes, Ac. Ac. Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fine Combs. Ivory do. Powder Puffs and Boxes, Lilly White, Alabas- ter, Ac, Ac oct23-54J J. o. UKOV.. HARTS CARMINATIVE. 2 gross, direct font Manufacture, just received by oct23 J. G. BROWN. PEKLN TEA COMPANY. I have a full supply oftbe best qualities of Teas, put up by this Company. It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Brown A Co., which gave snch general satisfaction. The Ne Plus Ultra Black Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be superior to any in this market; also, Teas in small caddie of 2 lbs each. J. G. BROWN. oct2S-54. College st LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.-SEVEN THOUSAND papers new Crop Garden Seed, just received and warranted fresh, Ac. comprising all the vari eties brought to this market Extra Early Peas, Early May Peas, Six Week Beans, Clove Onions, Ao by the Gallon. Also, Cabbage, Button Onion, Ac, by the pound. oct2$ j;g. BROWN. aOULAY HITTERS. A full supply, just received by ect28 J. O. BROWN. WINDOW GLASS. A large lot of all sizes. Also: Glass Ware, Ac, always on hand. ct2S J. G. BROWN. SPARAGUS ROOTS. l. sale by oct23 1,000 on hand and for J. G. BROWN. "TUTS. 10 barrels Almonds; 10 bbls. Cream Nuts; IN 10 ' Filbetts; DRIED FRUITS 3 bbls Currants; 4 doz boxes Prunes; CRANBERRIES. 10 bblsCranbarries; FRESH FRUITS. S doz jars Prunes; 1 mat Dates; 10)and tfbblsdo; 20 doz cans Fresh Peaches; 10 " " " Pine Apple. FRESH FISH, 10 doz cans Fresh Salmon; 10 " " Lobsters; 50 " " Oysters. SARDINES 500 half boxes Sardines received this.dav per Rail road, by JOHN NIXON, Jr. novS tf ' SPOOL COTTON 500 dozen Coat's Speol Cotton assorted Nos.; 500 " 1 ee'a " 404 " Tale's " " Just received and for sale by novi A. MORRISON A CO. WOOLEN HOSE. 190 dozen Misses and children's Wolen Hose; 20 " Woolen Comforts; 10 " Faney Victorines. Just received by A. MORRISON A CO. nov2 tf BLANK ROOKS. Just received a superior lot of Blank Books of the best paper and paged t order. I invite the attention of Merchants before purchasing elsewhere. CHARLES W. SMITH, nova 41 College street. J, LUMSDEN & CO., DEALERS IN HIDES, OH, LEATHER, AND FINDINGS, Market Street, between Droud and Spring, Nashville, Tennessee. N. B, We will make liberal cash advances on consign ments of Produce to B. L. Maxx, at New Orleans. foctai dAtrwly FOR SALE. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND We are novr offering for sale a Tract of Land near the BUKXA VISTA Turnpike, immediately adjoining the hAlltiftit rair?dns4 nf .Inhn P L'rrJnrr Wolloi. C-,t X J. P. Wiles. The Tract contains TIIIRTr-ONE ACRES, is of Line soil, all rery heavy timbered, and will be sold Mur n.tl nn 1 IVDSf L" V i, nDfniLHfl nov5 tt" 35 College st STRAYED OR STOLEN A Black HOUND DOG low and heavy made. J will pav a libera reward for his delivery a; my ofhee om lnerry street. novll tr W. L. BOYD, Jr. FALL & CUNNING-HAM, No. 47 COLLEGE STREET, 3M"ajs23.'C7-3JLo, Tonnossoo, Direct Importers and Sealers ia AND CUTLERY AND GUNS. WOULD iavite the attention of Merchants visiting Nashville, to their extensive assortment of Hardware of every variety which is cow complete n al! its depart ments. Professing to compete with anvandall oilier markets in every branch of tbe Hardware Business, they are anx ious to nave Merchants to call and examine their Stock and Prices, so that they can judge for themselves. Fea tliers, Ginseng and Beeswax, received at the highest markter ates. sep9, '54. tf. V. J. EOBXI. S. S. W1LLIAU3. j.o. a. risnzK. JOHNSON, HORNE & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANIS AND RE CEIVE BS AND DEALERS IN COTTON AND TOBACCO, Corner Broad and Market Streets, Nashville, Tenn. JOHNSON, HORNE & CO. will devote SPECIAL ATTENTION to Receiving and Forwarding Goods, and the purchase and sale of Produce acd Merchandise, and will beconstantlv supplied with ROPE and' IIAGf.'INC, SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLLASSKS, SALT. And all articles usually kept in such establishments. Warehouses comer Broad and Market streets. septS b VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. AN excellent and beautiful Farm, eligibly situated on the White's Creek Turnpike, 4 miles from the city, containing 140 acres oftbe very best Und 100 acres cleared and under a high state of cultivation, and the balance well timbered. There is a very good house upon tbe farm and an excellent well of tbe finest water in Davidson county. ALSO. A fioely improved country seat, near Tne Nolensville Pike, three miles from the city, containing So acres. Persons desiring an elegant and conveniei,- home near to Nashville will find their wants exactly suited n the above. ALSO. A very commodious Brick Dwelling, iD South Nashville, with a lot fronting 150 feet on College street. ALSO. A lot in South Nashville, fronting as feet on College street. ALSO. A lot in South Nashville, fronting S3 feet on Market street ALSO. A lot in South Nashville, fronting 100 feet on Summer street. ALSO. A handsome lot in Edgefield, fronting 290 feet n Bell street. The above nroperty will be offered at prirate sa!.until the 2d Saturday in December, when, if not so disposed of, it will be sold at public auction. Persons desiring any further information in regard to the property can receive it by applying either to JOHN NIXON, or ovl5 tf Col. JOS. W. WORK. VALUABLE BUILDING LOT FOR SALE. WE are offering for sale that desirable BUILDING LOT on Vine street adjoining the residence of John M Lea. The lot fronts 85 feet on Vine street and runs back ISO feet Two-thirds of the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage on the lot for Cve vears, if desired. Apply to lindsley a Crockett, sept24. 33 College street. ANOTHER LARGE SUI'l'LV OF SURGD CAL INSTRUMENTS. STRETCH A OKR have just received by Express, a large lot of tine Instruments, consisting in part of the following, viz: Silver Spring Lancets; German and Brass Spring Lancets; Glass Speculums; Physician's Pocket cases or Vials; " orinstruments; Cupping Instruments; Fine Steel Scales with Glass Pans; Evans' Genuine Thumb Lancets; Cateract Instruments; Uvula Scissors; Fonsil Instruments; Metalic Flexible Bougies; Scarificators; Horse Phlegms; Journiquets; Dissecting Instruments of all size and price; Together with a large lot of other Instruments, suitable for Physicians and Students. All of which will be sold at a small advance upon Eastern cost by STRETCH A ORR, Druggisti. dec5 tu Corner College A Union st, Nashville. I STfLiiXErt, IT merjtlTrmrr.h3.sed thissubitanftalRmtr: et,-. 1 j?ami intends .unning net autinr; ice present , - 1 . . . : season lioai , NASHVILLE TOaNETV ORLEANS, and solicits front his old friends, as formerly, a share of public patronage. Mr THOMAS J. IIOFKINSwiP acta Cletk.arjd will give every attention lo any business ihat mar be entrusted to him. Wheseve: there is patronage sum. cif nt and snippets desirv, by application to the boats agents tripi will be extended, on the Cumberland river as hlgfi up as ROME. The IHOQUOISE has snpetier .-xecemmodattei for Pas sengers and Fieisht&taadfns: ANo.l, in insKratw. Apply to JOHNSON- A WEAVER, or JOHN YEATMAN, Agents. novlO 6m a w o WHITE LEAD IN OIL, No. 1. A few kegs on hand and for sale by 11. G. SHOVEL. Better than even Pure White Lead for finishing Parlor and inside wort, is the IMPROVED SNOW WHITE ZINCPAt.CT. All who have seen the beautiful inside finish of the steamer Wm.Uarnu, will attest to h fast For sale by IL G. SCOVKU North side sf the PutHc Square, three doors Wet of tha Nashville Inn. novll LEECHES. nov2I -Fresh Leeches, just received by H.G.SCOVEL. E LUE VITRIO I. QO poaad Blue VitrW. for sale by fnov21J ILCSCOVELv FRESH SUPPLIES JUST RECEIVED, Blue Mass, Proto lod.Mereury. Iodide Betas?, Bi Oh inmate Potass. Uyd. cum Creta. PERFUJIERV, 4c: Ree, Poneine, Nvtrph od Chrvstal Palace Soaps; fite pocket baadkerefiief ex tracts, viz: Musk Caroline, Palcbooly, New Mown Hay, Upper Ten Oriental Drops, Verbena. Millefloarasd Cetm nella Waters, Bay Rum, Cologne Water in assorted bot tles. ODONTINE OR ROSE TOOTH PASTE, for tbe preservation of the Teeth; Cold Cream, Zoological Bears' Grease for tbe Hair, compound Ox Marrow for tha Hair.Stick Pomade, PhitacomtM. Ac For sale br nortl U. G. SCdVKL. North side of the Public Square. S doors west of the Nashville Inn, SUSPENDING LA JHI'S ami Stand Law, Uf Cor- Jnelius A Co'stsake, fur sale by D0V21 H, G. SCOYEL. Q(f GROS. Wood Boi.Bloek, Wax, and Cigar Matches, fer sale by novil H. G. SCOVEL. 0 NE HUNDRED BUSH'S CLOVER SEED. on hand and for sale by H. C. SCOVEL. TWENTY-THREE BARRELS CALCINED PLASTER on band aad for sole by novii u. u. suut ti. 0NEHUN DR EDB USl I E LSIIEIC DGK.t SS SEED, (fresh) oe band and for sme by novIJ ILG. SCOVEL. SIX HUNDRED POUNDS OF INDIGO, otf band and for sole at theloweat market prieuL novll ILG. SCOVEL. NEW BUILDING ASSOCIATION. III AVE a number of Handsome BuiMiofr Lots, in the 7th Ward, Nashville, near Universitr liace, whieli I will sell to persons who wilt buiM on them, oa fair terras. one-half of the purchase money to be paid attiieend oftwo years, bne fourth at tbe end of three vears, and eee-lourm at the end of four years, and witboat interest. ine lots are situate! on Haute street, are lsd feet deep, besides tbe allev, and of -oed soii- Some eipht or ten ve ry neat houses are now beta ended in their immediate vicinitr. Call soon, or vou will miss an OBoorhrattr for a raid home. octS A. V. S. LfNDSiK V. PARTICULAR NOTICE. THE undersigned bavins purchased of Mr. JOHN K. HUME bis entire stock of Maple and Fnticv Gocxl.x. requests the ciluen-t of NastmUt ami his friends ireneraHr to call and examine his stock of goods, as most f tbeut are new ana tresn. ueoeral sali&ieaoa wm be givra to alt octT b w A o. WAI. 11 cRU-rCUKK. MANUFACTURERS AND .111 LLE RS. TTTK are general Agents fr the sale of all Cotton and V Woolen fabrics manufactured in theState i-f IViihs- see, and have appropria.ei a 'arje amt euro modioli a rwm solely fiir their sale ami storage We barealao appropria ted another room for ihomle aad Rura?e of FLOUiiaumu. And we would lespeelfiilly call tiw atteuttoa of both Man ufacturers and .Milters w tnisarrancement. ocl3 W. II. GORDON A CO. 1 IIUETING 5 uW GtamMtttSfceeiiag-On era ) and forsale h y V. II. GORDON A CO. COTTON VAIt.NS-.Wt) iMgx CrtUm Yariw -H numbers from me ilttfenrnt Pactwnet. .V) bales No. 1 Cnttoa KMk nt stoteaml fer lr ,.v Oct 3 w. H.OOKDOX C'O (1 UG A R JtW bbd prime IitttHMiinSopar, m store and O fr vile br W. II. GORDON A CO. rw 1 1.' u.i. - .. . . .. . il l """ wfTO ew new .wufcui. v in LJL store ami .w for sale by W. II. GORDON A CO. jS1 J A I LS i,fe0 keg Cut NiaK, all i adw nj :r V tfiL Kr t II llilUlu X' .... GLASSWARE CWkoi OnmrtFlwdtw Sw ki P'U tm; In store am! for sale by T. II. GO K DON A t O TOBACCO. ,1.-1 1 iw-mi. 1, jum Mm a. i wMtn, 3 at pmg; J 00 " ISprrv A tiwHlwinn' o 1 ' 410 I Wl V ! , - mi " SlnMmmiM'xeiiuf-emvtt " " do; -'" " TmuteTx No. 1 " " do 25 " Boyd's 10 J T MwanU'exira " " -' Iito-earnl wHiln- VV. H.GORDON A CO. c CARS 0 cues La Nanotw Kegafa Ctjrar; o on ! nawontt - tmi 5 ikt Yt amfennjr Jew " rfn; 3 Las;re Mant " A Id store ami for sate br W. II. GORDON A C1 FINE SALT 1000 bag Liwpeai Pipe BmwaStii. m store and for s'e uy Vf . 11. GORDON A CO. s OA P COO boxes No. 1 Rosin Smn, id smra nud for . i 1 ... i. ............ ... re uj ii . n. OUMW UU. I7LOUR 2a0 barrets estra Fwaily Flow, ? 30 bbls extra While Floor, to store ami far sale bv octS W. IL GORDON A CO. . NEGRO GOODS. BALES K R:cWord Manfce!irg Ce.'sJean; t i " ;i do do do LiBfeyx; 6 " 4-4 do I de Ombers; 15 ' do do dh cat Ir stote ard frgaje,ay Uie iMe enj. oct3 W. IL GORDON A CO. IIEETINGS. 17 bles i 4 RmWh1 Swings. In ) stou and for sale by W. II. GORDON A CO. rpENNESSEE SEWING COTTON.-l eNo. X SO S cord Sewing Cottoa, for saakiBg mgre clothes and otber heavy goods. For sale by ocf25 W. H. GORDON A CO. WANTED. TEN or twelve good CARt'BNYERS; ivtth tfcoir own inottf.fb'- Oecatur. Ala. work to continue nstil about tbe tsi of Deeeuher, 'M. Wagas liberal. Kxpew8 paid rorr oere t Oaeatur, proridad tay rauain uti kl tbe ii of December. Apply immediately to WM. L. BOYD, r., octC No. 50 Cherry U P KI.lIi: SUGAK.-VU Uvb Prime Smmr in Stre ard fir sale by aetl5 MeCUEA A TiKUASS. CLOVER SEED t! boh. CtewT fceeil iu ' Hum and o- sale 'w o rlae by oeilo KcCKBA A TER APS. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCE3I KNTS At W-. H- Cratchar 3 No. 37 Celkge St I HA VR in -iiore a forge ad sxtooaive stock M Foreign: and Domestic Drr tioods. kigetlter witb new mtai-i neirly everv veek.diic iniai tine etu-ten eitHM. make my sioek full am' verr attractive. fgriiM w(iibk b-afwiifu' ami chow g wds will Had it 10 their mtorest to ell and ee 'or ibemselves. No rUme fer stewing gvods. octM A N Oi-ei- -lock ai 7inii Mer mh, ad MimUb tin Luns o-'al' ar- an' CTaOes, i VT. IL CRUTCHKkS. oci2 No. &7 OUn n. COLORED FLAN A Qf-'.-OraKgrmies.aml iniwt be cld oai ;ery cfcap. AL, Saxonr aod Knger a Weleo Flanefa. W. II. CRCTCh Kit, 00 S No. 7 Cwllwjte st. ALARGK tBtBiel Gentleman's ami I.ui?i nn derware. Iii-i fi. Xenoo (Jnien drswws, d Me-ri-o Cben ese. A suwwanWe ' very Uirr prrr. oef,5 W.H.CRCTC1IKK, No. !- (VJIT:e a.. CLOAKS. Man.'es,SlmwIaiMSear6.MMV Victormts Cutf,.ve:,al VV.U.CRUrCHKK'S. octSS No. 17 CoWrgre st. PLAID SI IjICS AND RAW SILKS Knrn. 5 to tUl lor l)nt 1'atwr. VV. II CKUTCHEK. oct2o No. 57 Ce)l)(e at. FIGURED and Pmii .H4ii de Idinn of a)l otalttie and will lie soM tmury bemw the reettiarBiiee, at W. H. CKUTtlllKR-S. oc.a.G Nn. 5T Cut rge sf. E.MI5ROIDF.IMRS. W beauMm) seltH uf Enili'iruVrw, iea(, Kdgimjs. A. ltwutiful Cbrm -sells. Collars. :ind ChtreM, Vnioe Point, do., in setts which mil bee'osad et at redHeed urieea. W. JI.CRDTCHI-i:. octM No-STCiJlr-zes. PRINTS. Cien Style ni Prmis, at 8 etnht. Irish -Linens, bteaetted Miftruiamt all kmU of whit goJ-, will be sold as low ax can lie mmjrM at anr ohn- hm0 la thecity. rV. II. CRDTCHER, ocWC No. 57 Cefxe st. JOHN K. IIUJIE, LATK No. 57 Collese street, Nashville, reapeelfur an. nouncos to hk friemw ami easteeiers that, bar trig sold nut his good tn Mr. Wm. H. Crntcber, lateof Bedford, will still entintie at tbe "OM SteBd," with bis Bowks, Ac counts, Note, Aa, and will expect all who are in arrears to come forward aad ettle up. 1 do not wish to, nor wl not if posarble, mc any cne; but some who bare been in amwiKKiie time pa.it nrut not be surprised if I do. netlw J. K. KCME BROOJIS! RROOJIS! ! 14w doam eTlraliroornV, instoteandfBroleIwby M'CRBA ATKURASS, novll Broadwar.