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tection of ft Dutch consul, was to bo considered a
Dutcliman as to his nat ional, character (yVhcfrion's
Inter. Law, 3S4.; 3 Ilob. Adm. fieports, 12.)
This decision has been examinedxand" approved
by the cmiuent jurists xdio iavc since written .t.rear
tises on international lavr. 1
According to the principle established in Uilscasc,
Koszta was invested iriUi'.'Jbc .nationality, of the
United States, if he had it not before, the moment
he was under tlitj protection of the American Con
sul at Smyrna and the 'American legation at Con
stantinople. That he was. t-o received, -is estab
lished by the Tesktreh they gavo him, and tbe ef
forts the made for lus release. Tho Charge d'Af
l'aires ad interim of the United States -at Constanti
nople, in aletter of the 29th of June, addressed to
the imperial internunrio-sta.tis: "It was on present
ing this declaration of allegiance to the consulate
of die United. States of America at Smyrna, and to
this legation, that the said Koszta. was furnished
with a Tezkath to come to Constantinople and to
return to Smyrna, whence he was to start for INcw'
York. Since his arrival in Turkey, he has resided
under the protection of my government, a'ndlt' iV'a,
tleasnreto:me. .to be able to state that his conduct
af always been irreproachable.''
Having .been received pnder the protection of
these American establishments, he bad thereby ac
quired, accprQing to the law ol nations, their na
tionality, and when wronged and outraged.' .as ho.
Y wa", thpy .might interpose for his liberation, ,nnd
Capt. Ingraham had a right to co-operate with them
lor the acconiphshment'of that object. The excep
tions taken to trie 'manner of that co-operation roj
main to be considered.
In relation to the deportment of tho American
agents towards Mr. Wcckbtcker, the Austrian Con-i
suI-General, the iiffdersigued cannot conceive that
there can :be any ground of complaint. 'Nofhih'g
done to or witli juia iy Air. Ofllcy, our Consul at
Smyrna, can possibly imply disrespect to t he-Emperor
of Austria. Xeither in his private character", "
nor as a functionary ol the Austrian, government,
did Mr. Wcckbccker take an open or an avowedpart,
1:1 Uie opening scene of the outrage, iiis agency
in that affair, at its commencement was clandestine.
This course implied a consciousness on his part tlwt
the act was-indefensible. The fact that he sought
the aid of the civil authority of Turkey to get
Koszta into his possession, proves that he knew tho
mode he resorted to lor tnat purpose was illegal.'
The application of Mr. Oliley to him to assist in,
and constat to, Koszta's release, was certainly no.
offence, and implied no disrespect either to him or
& The appeal of Mr. Brown to Capt. Ingraham to
interpose lor the liberation of Koszta, aud his ad
vice to effect it in the way it was done, must be re
garded not only as proper, but praise worthy acts,
provided Capt Ingraham's conduct can be vindica
ted. The justification of Capt. Ingraham will con
sequently exhonerate Mr. Brown from all censure.
If Capt. "Ingraham's course was right, Mr. Brown's
cannot be wrong. The commander of the St.
Louis was placed m a truly embarrassing position.
Charged with the protection of the persons and
property of those who had a right to the protection
of his government, it was at the same time no less
his imperative duty to respect the authorities of aH
countries in friendly relations with his o ivn. After
anxiously considering the case presented to him at
Smyrna, he determined that he ought to effect the
release of Koszta, and, if unavoidable, resort to
force to accomplish it.
It has excited some surprise here, that, after a
consideration of the circumstances, an impression
should be entertained in any quarter tliat dpt. In
graham cither committed or meditated hostility to
wards Austria. on that occasion. In passing upon
his conduct, it is necessary to keep in view the con
clusions established, as the undersigned believes, in
the preceding remarks; fbrhe, without doubt, acted
upon precisely the same conclusions. He believed
that Koszta had been seized without authority, that
he was illegally imprisoned, and that he ought at
once to be set at liberty.
The first aggressive act in this case was the seiz
ure of Koszta at Smyrna, committed by the pro
curement of the Austrian functionaries the first
improper use of a national ship, the imprisonment
of Koszta therein, was made by the commander of
the Austrian brig Uuszar. Tliat sliip was converted
into a prison tor the illegal detention of a person
clothed with the nationality of the United States,
and consequently entitled to their protection. If
Austria upholds, as it appears she does, the con
duct of the commander of the Huszar, she is in fact
the first aggressor. Tliis act of the commander of
the Hnszjr led to the series of other acts which
constitute die ground of complaint against the Uni
ted States. The alleged authority of Austria uu
der treaties being set aside, no one would have
questioned Capt. Ingraham's right, had he been
present, to arrest the proceedings of the kidnap
pers in the streets of Smyrna, and rescue Koszta
from their hands. They were acting without, and
against, the civil authority of the place; they were
committing an atrocious outrage upon a person in
vested with the nationality of the United States.
If he could have properly interfered in die first
stage of this Lawless transaction, he might do so in
the last. The act was, in all its stages, a continuous
wrong,' and the character of die actors, though
there was a succession of persons, was the tame:
tliev were all wrong-doers; and if they chanced to
have the possession ol a national ship, and con
verted it into a prison for the purpose of consum
mating this wrong, dial ship, dius desecrated, was
not cutitled to the privileges of a sanctuary. Those
who bad the right to claim, and the power to re
lease, the prisoner illegally confined therein, might
treat it as a prison, and while it was degraded to
such an ignoble purpose, might forget, and be ex
cused for torgetting, that it was a natioual ship.
There is a consideration nrobablv not brought to
the notice of Austria, and not sufficiently regarded
by others, which places the acts of Capt. Ingraham
in a true light, and repels the inference of intended
hostile demonstrations towards Austria. It was
the understanding of the parties tliat Koszta should
be retained at Smyrna while die question of his na
tionality was pending. Capt. Iugrahain received
satisfactory cvidtive of a design, on die part of the
Austrian functionaries- at Smyrna and Constantino
ple, to disregard this arrangement, and remove him
clandestinely from the Huszar on board of a steam
er, for the purpose of taking him to Trieste. The
information was such as did not permit Capt In
graham to doubt that the commander of the Hus
zar concurred in this design, and intended to aid in
carrying it into effect By this evidence of the
want ot gooil faith on the part of the Austrian
functionaries, in which the Captain of the Huszar
was implicated, the Captain ot the St Louis was
placed in the perplexingalternative of surrendering
the captive, without further efforts, to the sad fate
which awaited liim, or to demand his immediate
release, and in case of refusal, to enforce it The
government of die United States exceedingly re-
grets that he was reduced to thispainful alternative;
but it cannot find, after a full consideration of all the
circumstances, any good reasons for disapproving
the course he pursued. It is not just to Capt In
graham to look at the affair as it was at the precise
,A;rt rS limn when the demand for the release of
Koszta was made. The antecedent events qualify
and legalize that act The Austrian functionaries
liad obtained die possession of thojier&on of Kojz-
ta not in a fair or allowable way, but by violating
the civil laws of Turkey and the lights of human
ity. Under these circumstances, their custody of
him was entitled to no respect from the agent ol the
government which, by virtue of Ins nationality, had
a right to protect him. Had all the circumstances
been as they were, except a change of place in
stead of being taken from the territory of tho Ot
toman Porte, had lie been taken from that of the
United States, could a question have been raised as
to tbe propriety of Capt Ingraham's conduct? If
the conclusions heretofore arrived at are correct,
the Austrian agents hail no more right to tike
Koszti from tho soil of the Turkish domiuions than
from the territory of the United States; and Capt
Ingraham had tlie same right to demand and en
force his release as he would have had if Koszta
had been tiken from American soil and lncaroera
r& ted in a national vessel of the Austrian Emperor.
In this question, confined as it is to the United
States and Austria, the place of the transaction is
immaterial, unless the Austrian municipal laws ex
tended over it.
Tho undersigned yields a ready assent to that
ivirt of Mr. Hiiiseniann's note relative to the war-
liiakinT power. The doctrine contained in it is
sound and well sustained by the most approved au
thorities; but the undersigned ha not been able la
discover its applicability to the case yuder consid
eration. The people of the United States in or
ganizing their government, have been carelul to im
pose mon restrictions upon diat power dun any of
the nations of Europe; and it cannot be admitted
that these nations have had any occasion to reprove
this government for its abue. It has as deep an
interest and as anxious a desire to maintain iater-
national relations of friendship and peace as any or
the European powers, and will do as much as any
of them for public tranquility. The rules for its
own guidance, and for the conduct of its agenti
abroad, have that end specially in view.
On entering upon the duties of his office, thoJ?rcs
ident announced tbe policy which would be ob
served by this government in its foreign intercourse:
"We have nothing in our history or position to in
vite aggression; we have everything to beckon ua to
tho cultivation of relations of peace and amity with
all nation?. Torpor, therefore, nt once just and
padfiTwilf -6c slgfitnlJyarkelrmthd conSuct'
ol our foreign affairs;" Thero'need bs, no apprehen
sions of a departure from this bourse. " '
In pursuance or this policy, the ubh'c agents of
spe.-t die rightrpfall nations; an.any deviation
from that course would be liromptly disavowed, audi
proper reparation made for any injury or insult
l-iujim Ji-jjarauon maqe lor any jiijurjr u
whiph tliev might offer 'to a friendly- power1.
The application, made by Austria to tho principal
powers of Europe, to" warn and -admonish tho Uni
ted States in regard to uWconductof their agents
on'the occasion. befor mentioned, implies that tlite
government has adopted and Is acting upon some
principle hitherto nnknown to the law of nations,
and dangerous to public tranquility. "The commu--nications
to the govcrnment incompliancewith this1'
appeal diough respectfully made and doubtless well
intended, imply a distrust of its good faith-and fair
-.Tho undersigned is confident tiiat, alter duo cott'
sideralion of the views here taken of the affairat
Smyrna, those powers which have been so prompt ,
to" ceifeure will bo cnuallv
preclp5t-ite judgment .they may have formed in re
gard to it He indulges the belief diat .after a fall
and fair examination not merely of a detached
'fact,butof the whole series of facts they ivill.be
abundantly satisfied that the agents of this goven!
merilMn tliat transaction have respected internation
al IkfcC and in no particular transgressed the restric
tion? .it imposes. . ...
"The vindication of these agents is not placed
ppon any principle new to the international -code,
-Or unknown in the practice of enlightened nations.
These nations do not hesitate, in the exercise of the
right of protection, to extend it to persons (not al- j
aysuujecis nccortuiig to xueir municipal jaws;
who ore clothetl with their nationality; and in some
instances th'ey have carried this right of protection
to limits which this government would not venture,
3)e'caitsc it would not feel justified, to approach;
nOr liiive anv of these nations been disuosed to
abandon the ext-ciso of thisright from a timid ap
prehension that it might nossiblv bring them into
;iu m-casiunai couision-wjui oiuer powers.
"Lj there anything in the character or condition of
it.:' i ...l 1." ! . -a r-l-
iiiim gyicruuicui. n men restricts it in mc use oi ims
right a common inheritance to all within nar
rower, limits thaii are allowed to others? hi rela
tion to international rights, the United States ask
no more than lias been conceded to others, and will
not he contented with less. They put forth no "new
! principle, but claim the full benefit-of those wliich
- - 1 1 -. i i
Before. closing this. communication, the under
signed will briefly notice the complaint of Austria
against Captain Ingraham for violating the' neutral
foil of the Ottoman empire. The right pf Austria
to call the United Stales to an account for the acts
of their agents .affecting the sovereign territorial
rights of Turkey fs, not perceived, and they do not
acknowledge her right to require any explanation
If anything was done nt Smyrna in derogation
'of the sovereignty of Turkey, this government will
give satisfactory explanation to the Saltan when
he shall demand i, and it has instructed its .Minis
ter Resident to make this known to him. He is
the judge, and the only rightful judge, in this af
fair, and the injured parr too. I Ie has investiga
ted its merits, pronounced judgment against Aus
tria, and acquitted the United States; yet, strange
as it is, Austria has called the United Statesto an
account for violating the sovereign territorial rights
of the Emperor of Turkey.
The conclusions at which the President has ar
rived, after n full examination of the transaction
at Smyrna, and a resjiectfiil consideration of the
views of the Austrian government thereon, as pre
sented in Mr. Jlulsi-mann's note, are, that Koszta,
when seized and imprisoned,-was invested with the
nationality of the United Stiles, and they had,
therefore, the right, if they chose to exercise it, to
extend their protection to him; that from interna
tional law the only law which can be rightfully
appealed to for rules of action in this case Aus
tria could 'derive no authority to obstruct or inter
fere with the United Stiles in the exercise of this
right, in effecting-the liberation of Kosztn:ainl that
Captain Ingraham's interposition for his release
was, under the jicculiar aud extraordinary circum
stances of the case, right aud proper.
These conclusions indicate toMr-Jhilscinann the
answer which the undersigned is instructed by the
President to make to the Emperor of Austria to"
the demands presented in Mr. llulsemann's note.
The President does not .see sufficient cause for
disavowing the acts of the American agents which
are complained of by Austria. Her claim for sat
isfaction on diat account has been carefully consid
ered, and is respectfully declined.
Being convinced that the seizure and .imprison
ment of Koszta were illegal nnd unjustifiable, the
President also declines to give his consent to his
delivery to the Consul-Generalof Austria at Smyr
na; but, after a full examination of the case, as
herein presented, he has instructed the undersigned
to communicate to Mr. Ilulsemann his confident ex
pectation thai the Emperor nf Austria will take
the proper measures to cause Martin Koszta to be
restored to die same condition he was in before he
was seized in the streets of Smyrna on the 21st of
The undersigned avails himself of this occasion
to renew to Mr. Ilulsemann the assurance of his
M.vr.rttACE Exnuor.id.vAr.v. A remarkable cir
cumstance occurred last evening in P street
in this city, by which the lives of two interesting
individuals were placed in great jeopardy. It ap
pears that about a week ago a young gentieman
(very verdant) from Vermont, had striven very hard
to obtain the hand and heart of a young and hand
some widow who resides in the neighborhood.
The lady who besides her personal charms, is pos
sessed of tliat article they buy pigs with in Ohio,
was unfortunately unwilling to become a wife again,
peremptorily refused to listen to his tale of love,
and bade him, if he loved her, never to see her
more. Lubin left her in despair, aud evening after
evening (as the songs says) has haunted the pi c
cincts of her abode. Last night he ventured once
more to desire an interview; obtained it, and was
again repulsed. He begged, however, from her
some memento that might alleviate his troubled
soul when he was once more among his native lulls.
No sooner asked than granted, a jioodle was given
to liim, and with one long, lingering look he depart
ed. The poodle he carried most carefully under his
arm, and left the house as he thought, by the same
door as he entered;, but, lo! misfortunes never come
alone. He had retired by the' back enteranco," and
the trap door of the rain water cistern being open,
he along with Mr. Poodle, was precipitated therein.
Luckily the cistern was nearly empty, and Lubin
widi his nrecious clianre was rescued from a watery
grave! the handsome and hitherto hard-hearted
widow was among the first to aid in his safety.
More than tliat, she conducted him within her house
and remarkable as it is to say, ere his apparel was
perfectly dry, the -priest was sent for, and they
weremarried. May it be a happy one. "What be
came of the poodle ourinformantsaithnot lirooh
PtnpETUAt Thirst. Some years ago we gave a
detailed account of the condition and appearance of
a man who was then supposed to be the greatest
drinker among men in America, if not on the globe.
He is yet living in excellent health, at the age of fS
years,"and still remains in a state of perpetual thirst.
The individual alluded to, is Mr. James AVebb, of
Eairhaven, Mas. Under every aspect in which the
case may be examined, it is remarkable, and per
haps unparalleled in the annal3 of physiology. In
early infancy, tho quantity of water he consumed
was so large, as to astonish those who witnessed it
A development in size and weight of the body re
quired a corresponding increase in the quantity of
his aquatic potations. Under ordinary circumstan
ces, three gallons of water is rather a short dailyV
lowance for him, and ho cannot live through a night
widi less than a painful. With .this amount orcold
water daily poured into the stomach, Mr. Webb has
been in good health and spirit. Wo leave the state
ment of tiiese curious facts unembarrassed by com
ment, and simply ask of learned editorial friends the
probable cause'of this unsatisfied thirst. Boston
J7cn and Surgical Journal.
A sure cure for corns, is to wash tho toe in
warm milk, jint previous to going to bed, wipe it
with a warm, drv linen rag, and then grease with
an ointiii.-nt male as follows: lard one part, hog
tallow, two pirfj. fit about the size of a piece of
eh: lk. mix well and apply while too hot, and then
cut a oj.
"t:r.EAit Tin: track."
ri.ii. t-ulicnber hajju i ouiifil, at tr.s old stand, o 53
L Miukct street, next door to T. AV. A ". H. Erans, the
l.u get aad nnt elepmt stock or RKADY" MADE CbOTH
IMi and flentleuieu's Fumbhiiig Goods he crerhad the
pleasure" or exhibiting to .his frisnds and customers, which
he is oflti m: al holesalo and retail, on rach terms as will,
he umfulentlv believes ffive entiic satisfaction.
1IU stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, or everv va
riety ofMyle and luttern; do. do. l'antsand Vests, Over
owts, Box Coats Ac, Ac; Hats and Caps, a large assort
ment; Cu-net flags. Trunks, Shirts, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas. Ac.: a Urtre assortment of Gloves, Hosiery and
l;ocket Hdkfs., Ac.; all of which are new, and purchased of
the best houses in tho Eastern cities expressly ibr this mar
ket Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
him, he iurites an examination into his present stock and
prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his
friends and customers.
yi. SULZBACKER, Agent,
sept83 Sm "o.53 ilarketst
A S H YI Lj&E:
FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 7, 1803.
03H;""We' yield most of our available space to.the
interesting correspondence between the Secretary
4 of StateA-Mrv Makct and the AustriahMinister
-in regard to the Koszta af-
SSTWegi1,8 this. morning to our patrons an nnc-
snal amount of readinar matter. By way of show-
ing die facility with which we do work on our pow-
jer presses it may not be unworthy of remark: that
,'4n addition to our own large edition, wo auo' supplied
'bur friends of the Gazelle with a auutcient number
of "Extras to supply their subscribers.
"WALNUT COUKSE FOUHTtt BAY.
Such is the press upon our columns this morning
tliat we hare not room for a description of the race
yesterday,- which was an interesting one. It was
won by Frank Pierce liandily in two straight heats.
"Wc annex a 'summary:
. TrtcnsDAV, Oct C. Association Purse, $150
0. Towles entered b. c Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, ,
dam by imp. Leviathan. ' .11
W. G. Harding entered ch. f. by Ambassador, dam by
Priain, 3y.o. , 2 2
Time, 1:33J 1:30.
To-day's Eace. Fifth Dav. Friday, Oct- 7.
Association Purse, 100 Mile heats.
0. Toiv)cs enters b. c Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, dam
br Imp. Leviathan, 3 y. o.
P.F. Fowler enters Kangaroo, by Glencoe,.dam Levia
The first returns, from the Georgia election are fa
vorable to Jeskixs. If there is a corresponding
gain. in the counties to be heard from, he will be
Cmt Esciseeriso, &c. We invite particular at
tention to the card of Mr. Maiscfll, in to-day's pa
per. Mr." M. enjoys, deservedly, a fine rcputat on
for his accomplishments in civil engineering, survey
ing, &a,.and we commend him to such of ourread
ers as do not know him, as both capable and de
serving. . MEDICAL STUDENTS.
Wo are glad to learn that a large number of per
sons have given in their names to the Dean, as be
ing willing to take boarders. Medical Students will
find no difficulty whatever on this score,.
There are now over sixty-five students in attend
ance on the Preliminary Lectures; a very large in
crease over last j'ear. There is every reason to ex
pect two hundred or more during the winter.
The house was not as full as we expected to pee
it, butEomeoand Juliet was acted quite as well as
on its former representation; which is high praise.
To-night the beautiful play of Ingomar is to be
Odd Fellows' nail was filled List night, and the
Campbells were in excellent tune and humor. Never
has the company appeared to us more complete
and perfect than on its present visit
To-night the Campbells appear widi an entire
change of programme.
OCT The Kev. Dr. Parsoxs, of Louisville, Ky.,
will preach a dedication sermon at "Ilobson Chap
el" on Sunday, the Olh inst.at 11 o'clock A. M.
' E5FAmong the distinguished strangers now in
our city we notice Gen. Pillow, who is stopping at
the Nashville Inn.
, TllURLDAV, Oct. C.
. - Morxisg Sessios.
Mr. Peukixs fntroduced a resolution invitintr the
clergymen of the citytoopeu the Senate with pray
er, The rule was suspended and the resolution
Mr. .Nelson introduced a resolution to prohibit
the smoking of pipes or cigars in the HalL Lies
A resolution was adopted to drop the hindmos
candidates on every fourth call of the Senate for as
' The Senate tiien resumed the election of an as
sistant clerk; and on the 14th call of die Senate, Da
vid D. Holman, Esq.. of Robertson county, was
elected by the following vote ;
Messrs. Bowles, Davis, Dunlap, of Henry, Farqu
harson, Frazier, Jones, Moore, Nave, Nixon, Nordi
cntt, Peagan, Hobertson, and Mr. Speaker Polk.
For SAKroitn :
' Messrs. Bewley, Carriger, Cook, Dunlap, ofShel
by, Hall, Nelson, Perkins, Iteid, aud .Rogers "J.
Messrs Bell and Havron 2.
The Senate then took a recess until 2J o'clock.
SENATE Afteksoox Session-.
Mr. Farquharsox offered the following resolu
tion: liesolved, That until the election of a Public Prin
ter, John L. Marling fc Co. be employed to do the
necessary job printing of the Senate, upon the terms
fixed by law.
On motion, the rule was suspended and the res
The Senate went into an election for door keep
er, there being fourteen candidates in nomination.
After voting 10 times, widiout affecting an elec
tion, the Senate adjourned until to-morrow morn
ing, at 10 o'clock.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tiiuksdav, Oct C.
The House met pursuant to adjournment; and
after reading the journal, took up the unfinished
business the election of second assistant clerk.
After die first call this morning, the names of j
Messrs. Atxip and Powell were withdrawn. Af
ter the sixth call, Mr. Maurv, of Knox, moved to lay
the election on the table, in order to move a recon- j
sideration of the vote adopting Resolution No. .5,
adopted yesterday, which motion failed.
After die seventh call, the Speaker announced
that under the rule the names of Messrs. Wysx and
MosELTweie withdrawn, from which decision Mr.
McKxir.iiT, of Rutherford appealed. The House
sustained the Chair.
Mr. Maury, of Knox, withdrew the name of
Mr. Martix, of Wilson, moved to lay the elec
tion on the table, which was agreed to.
Mr. Martix then moved a reconsideration of
the vote yesterday-, adopting resolution No. 5, which
was also agreed to. He then offered the following
a3 an amendment to the original resolution: Pro
vided, that two candidates be left on the list. This
amendment was agreed to, and the resolution
Mr. WucnER was withdrawn under the rule.
On tho eleventh call, Mr. Hexrv received 44 and
Mr. Pattox 28 votes. Wherenpon the Speaker an
nounce 1 that -Are Hexp.v was elected second as
The House then proceeded to the election of
principal doorkeeper. The names of eighteen gen
tlemen were then put in nomination, and after tho
second ballot tho House adjourned until 2 o'clock
The House met at 2 o'clock, and resumed the
balloting for doorkeeper.
Mr. Pope, of Marion, widulrew the name of Mr.
Siieltox. Alter tho fifth ballot the names of Mr.
Cooly and Mr. Uxoerwood were withdrawn, and
after the sixth ballot, the name of Mr. Brickell
Avas withdrawn under the rules
After tbe seventh call, the names of Messrs, Rus
sell and Allen were wididrawn, and after tho
eighth the name of Mr. Hudson was withdrawn
under the rule.
After the ninth call the name of Mr. Korrxs was
withdrawn, and on die tenth, the names of Messrs.
Georoe and Sevier were withdrawn.
After the eleventh ballot die name of Messrs.
Cants, Pennington and MmnEws were with
drawn, and on the twelfth call the name Mr. Martin
was withdrawn. After the diirteenth call the name
of Mr. Cox was withdrawn, and on the fourteenth
call die name of Mr. Robertson was withdrawn.
Fifteenth call the name of Mr. Malory" was with
drawn, and on the sixteenth ballot Mr. Barry re
ceived 32 and Mr. Philips 33 votes; the Speaker
then declared Mr. Philips duly elected.
The House then adjourned until half past 9
o'clock, to-morrow morning.
TELEGRAPHED FOR THEJJN'ION" AND AMERICAN.
1 - NTew York, Oct. C,
The steamer Arabia has arrived with Liverpool
dates to die 24th ult
Cotton Sales for the week 25-,000 bales; Or
leans fair C; middling S; upland fair GJ; middling
5. Demand moderate. Lower qualities declined
most Speculators and exporters took 5,0(j0 bales;
The weeks advance on wheat was 5d; on corn 4dv
Louisville, Oct. C. A despatch from Michigan
City states that the Untted States steamer .Michigan
went ashore near that ,port. and is now in a critical
The frost liad no effect on the tobacco market
here, and it is believed did" littie orno injury to tbe
New York:, Oct. C. News per steamer Arabia
Tho aspect of the Turkish difficulties still more
threatening tlian ever, atie Turks arearousecu
A deputation from theF.matics waited on the Sul
tan and demanded that he'should declare war or ab
The Powers are endeavorintr to induce the Sul
tan to accept the original A'ienna note. "
The' Spanish Ministry has resigned.
Louisville, Oct C There was a terrible gale
on Lake Erie on Tuesday; one schooner went down
and all on board perished, except the cook. A
large fire occurred at Buffalo the same day. The
wind was so high 33 to baffle all exertions of the
firemen, and property to the amount of $300,000
Returns from Geortria election indicate the elec
Hon of Johnson for Governor. Two democrats and
one whig congressmen elected.
Lessee and Manager,
..It C. Gemnso-v.
J. L Grace,
. .G. Vi. Johnson.
Po3itivefy ths Last 3?ight but one of ths Ee-engsge-
aent of THE YOUNG AMERICAN ACTBESS,
MISS ELIZA I.OfJAX.
This, FRIDAY F.VEMX0, Oct 7tb, IS53, will bs acted
uie Deauinui piay 01
To conclude with the admired comedy (first time here)
A DAY IS PARIS.
rS'lloxOtliceopen from 9. A. JU to 12 JI.: and from
S to 5, 1'. JI.. the seats may be secured.
PRICE OF ADMISSIO'X liox and Parquette. 75 cent
Second Tier, SO cents; Second Tier, co!id class,) .10 ct;
uoioreu u-i, 00 cents; colored unncrv, cents.
Doors ojiea at 7. Performance to commence at
MARINE & INLAID
The undersigned, Aent. for thi old and responsi.
ble oifice, is ahrays jireparej to issue policies upon approved
risks on favorable temw.
LISDSLEY & CROCKETT, Aecnts
oct7 lm for NaMmllc and Davidson County.
"ANOTHER SIGN OUT" ON CEDAR STREET.
PASSING near the Post Office yesterday, we saw, on a
doorway between the Mutual Protection Insurance Of.
lice and Kerf's Cigar Store, a modest little sign, inscribed:
We walked up stairs, and found him at once, on entering
the firtt door on the rtykt, at the head of the stairs, wbcrehe
will be happy to see his old friends and customers, and "tbe
rest of man kind," who may honor him with their patronage.
His strictly professional pursuits are Civil Engineering,
Surveying, Draughting of Maps, Plans, Ac. ltuthe does
Dotcunfiae his attention exclusively to these things. He is
prepared to undertake the adjustment of intricate accounts;
settlement of Estates and Partnerships in short, any labor
that requires the use of pen, pencil and Iraint. His" course
in all bu.-iuess transactions will be guided by theco;nxic,
aud leretlfd to an accurate luljuttmeni, so that when the
pofhis career shall have been dravgh'ed, it may be
found as free as human frailty will permit from ail olots,
b finishes or errors.
Thankful for past favors, he respectfully solicits a contin
uance of the same oid y ivry m ueh more' oct"
B. V. G. E."f.
CHEAP FAEM- FOR SALE.
rpFJE McLever place, about 'J miles from Nashville, near
1 the Xolensville Pike. Upwards of 00 acres more
than halt timbered; fan: improvements. A bargain will be
gircn. Apply to R. W. 11KOWX, Geul Ag't
octi5 tf ' Up stairs. No. 63 Cherry st
GIG A KS. 500,000 Regalia Cigars;
2 j,0l0 Principeo do.
Direct importations. For sale low, to close, br
JOHNSON, HORXE A CO.,
oct5 n " Broadway.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING !
IL A. JESS EL,
Arcade Clothing Store,
Ko. 2D 2Rwlel street, opposite the Union Hall.
rpHAXKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
JL upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surrounding country, that he has just received one
of the largest and most complete assortmeulsof Gtntl. merCt
Fait and WInUr Clothing and Furnishing Uood ever
brought to the city, which will be found unsurpassed iu
quality and workmanship, and at such low prices as -annot
fail to please. Hie stock has been selected and made up
under my own insjiection, erprenit suited to thj wants of
Al, a large assortment of
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tit
As my stock is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country Merchants, cither wholesale or retail, at very
little above Eastern prices.
Give me a call, as I shall take great pleasure in showing
the Goods. II. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 Market st,
oc'.S 3m Opposite Union Hall.
K. I7s'. U'OlmWAIM). Oliicc NoTli THierry
street, three doors north of Church street, hason hand
Yacine Mattel of the tery best quality, which he will sup
ply to the profession generally. octfi ly
"VTOTICE. The insolvency of the estate of Morgan
all persons having claims against said estate are hereby
notified to file them properly authenticated by the oth day
of January next, or tliev will bo forever bared.
J ' J rp i n limDWC
A. it. UJUiJi'i.v,
fx-d-, iw Administrator.
"VTOTICE. The sale of the pemliable property ot liugh
jS W. McGavock, deceased, will take place on Saturday
the 8th mst., a t his late residence.
ru.tr r.t Admr.
Sfcrrrrrrnw rateof VALUABLE LAND.
IWILL-sell at auction, at the Courthouse, on Saturday.
theSihinst, my Farm located on the Louisville branch
Turnpike, six milrs from Nashville, atljoming the land of
Win. Philips and Felix McKay. Sale without reserve.
oct6 td C. M. CARROLL.
STItA YEO OU STOLEN From Walton's Camp
Ground, about the 27th or 2Sth of Sept, a SORREL
MARE, 4 years old past, about 10 hands high, quite
lengthy. and in medium order. She hasasuipin her lore
heal: no other marks remembered; rides and works well.
Anv information respecting her will be liberally rewarded
and thankfully received. My address is Manskers Creek
jt 0 WM. LUTOX.
octC lm wAtw
HARPER IOR OCTOBER.
Harper's Magazine for October, jast received by
septliS V. T. BERRY A CO.
, "THE CAMPBELLS ABE COMING!"
THE SIMON PURE.
ADDITIONAL ATTRACTIONS I
AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
17OR a short season, commencing Monday evening, Oc
tober 3 The Manager (Mb. Jasies Norbis.) lias the
pleasure to 'announce, that in addition to his former Com
pany, he has made an engagement with the celebrated
MR. E. IIORNE AND VT. W. NEAVCOMB,
Messrs. MAX, ZORER, DE3IOREST, ItEISS,
rg?" For farther particulars, see bills of the day.
rsr Tickets W ceuts. Doors open at 1, commence at
7jRclock DR. i A. JONES, Agent.
SigptO'J B. O. TW. & EX.
GROCERIES AT AUCTION,
BY II. S. FRENCH.
ON MONDAY, 23d October Comprising in part as fol
,ows: . t,- r a-
450 bag fair to prime Rio Coffee;
42 hhds prime Sugar;
130 bbls Whisky, ,
175 " Molasses;
30 " Flour;
3 " Loaf and Crashed Sugar;
100 boxes Tobacco various brands.
Together with all the articles usually kept in the' Grocery
Terms made known on day of sale.
sentTO II. S. FRENCH.
a OLDEN SYRU1. 100 bbls extra Golden Syrup;
100 half bbls extra Golden Syrup. For sale bv
sept2i V'.i H. GORDON A CO.
HATS TO SUIT Tin; SEASON,
Can alwayss procured at the
"PALACE HAT STORE," Sbl' 22. Public Suara.'
Jusi call at tins establishment and vou will at once t o
convinced tht FRANCISCO iWlflTMAN can "satisfy
y liar. an ih twft Mtmii .1 ....r,'.. ;
the Francisco & Whitman Hat Every defcription of Gen -
procured at this jplemlid Hat Ksiablh-hmeiit.
j'lau ueavcre ana fen nau caaijo
" No. 2r Public Smiire.
PARENTS tvii riritin, '
,.i X"? 1) 9UI,IANS-Aro invited U.
call and examine, tho Leant fill .
Tt l?vn.. . .... .... . T
JL call and cxaraina tho beautiful ussnrwii , r7l.;t
TV - V r ; ' """"""-: saiemttie splendid hat
tablahment of FKAXCISCO & WH1T41 AX
HMIE METROPOLITAN 11 ATThoso perron;
X wlto wish a neat and comfortable binincos Uat,.would
do well to call apd examine thoo beautiful new 4.trle8 that
we have just received. FRANCIaCO & WHITMAN.,
rpUE LADIES-Will find every tbing tasty anefbeV
JL coming for hoys, childreivinfant end litle Misses, at
the Hat Store of FRAXUISCO AWU1T.M AN. .
LADIES' RIDING HATS.-Ncw nud beantiful
stjles of Paris,. Lordoq and Ncw.ork MODE'S, to
which we invite the attei tioa of the Ladles.
FltaNClSCO A WHITMAN, -
MR. GOODWIN would lesnectfully announce to
his friends and natrons ot NhrilV
ity, that he will onen his Aeadpim- fiirinstrm-tinnirinX'fi
thisiolite branch of education on Saturday, September the
17th, at the Odd Fellows' Hall. -
Mr. G. has been to New York -and Philadelphia and
procured all the new and fashionable dancas from the most
celebrated teachers. He has also secured the services of
the talented Miss C. E. Waltkii, who has been very success
tul teacher in the eastern cities. She will-take charge of
uid uifs. uie? win inirouuce me eontag I'oiKa, ta
Tnmpiett, Gorlitza, La Somnanibula. Plaiu and Polka Re
dowa, Polka Mamrka, La Llugarilla Waltz, La Cracovienno
Waltz. Schottish and Scottisch Cottillon, aDd all the lxti
ionable cotillons of tho dav.
Parents and guardians may foel satisfied that every at-'
....... ii nn, uc jkuu 10 iue rujuu improvemcut 01 lueircnil-
dreu. ITiese dances are so gentle that the most delicate
lady might practice them with'' safety. Terms: 810 per
Days of Tuition: Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Hours of attendance: From half past four to sir o'clock.
FACTORY FOR SALE
TnE SHELBYV1LLE COTTON FACTORY conlaiuin"
7C3 spindles and preparations (part .new) with 3
ter-wheels, and 1 complete set of wool cards, is offered for
sale on favorable term. The Factory house is a good brick,
fit by 44 feet, and Zl4 stories high, all necessary out build
ings convenient. Enquire of
GOSLING, WHITESIDE A CO.,
scpt22 lm Shelbyville, Bedford Ca.Teuu.
TTTALL PAPER. On hand, a fine assortment cf
V WALL PAPER for Parlors. Halls. Dinint-11nms
Sc., Fire-screens, Window Curtains, Teesters and trans
parent Window-blinds at
UL.AUE5 A UU RUT'S,
No. 20 College t., next door to Sewanee Hr.usc.
I"Paperhanging done in the best manner.
N. B. Transperent Wlndow-Sliades made to order,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A SITE fora beautiful country Residence. contnminir
25 acres,2 miles from Nashville, 250 yards from Uie Frank
lin Turnpike, with a Spring and handsome Timber.
ALSO, the following Lots in thoEwiugaddition to South
Nashville, viz: Lots Nos. CS3, 334 and on Ewing Ave
nue and corner of Ash street Lots Nos. 21 and 22 on North
gideof Foggstreet IxitsNos. lTfand 172on WetmorcstJl
near Franklin Tnrnpike. Lobon and lis on Franklin
Turnpike, near the corner of Wetmore street
1 lie above propertr will be sold on nccommodatin? terms.
Apply to " L1NDSLEY A CROCKETT,
ep7 lm No. 20, College street
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY.
DR. ROSS would respectfully invite the
attention of the public to a xew ami
IKFliOVEO MCTIIOD OP INSERTING AUTIFICLVL
teeth, upon which he ,ha3 been for some time practicing
with great success.
The improvement consists id the teeth being arranged up
on a plate of pure platinum, and by means ofasilicious
compound the teeth and plate are cemented firmly togeth
er, leaving no interstices for the lodgment or secretion of
food; nt the same time forming an artificial gum beauti'ul
and life-like in appearance, and which is represented on the
inside of the teeth as well as out.
Those interested are invited to call and examine speci
mens of this improvedmethud at his operating rooms, No.
57, up stair, College st ... aug27 tf
DAGUEAEEAN STOCK AND PICTTTRE
DOBY.VS A YEAROUT, Nashville, Tennessee, College
Dobt.vs A Hall, lxmisvillc, Ky.
Dobtns A Richarhso.v, Morsaiwet New York.
Doetxs A Spauldixg, St Louis, Mo.
Dobtns A Yearoct, Memphis, Tenn.
Dobtxs A Hariungton, New Orleans.
At any of the above establishments, von can procure as
fine Pictures as can be had in any city, of anv desired style
or finish, us we have every improvement, and expect to
1 1 1 1 : . . j
kcv uji niuium iiiu uii cuicuis. 110 ure prcpareu
in either citv to furniah artists with every article used in the
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock on
the moot reasonable terms. DOBYNS A CO.
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of dc
ceased persons at all times.
augll tt D.ACO.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
No. -17, College St.
ARE now receiving their Fall supply of Hardware
and Cutlerr direct from the manufacturers in Eu
rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten
tion of Merchants visiting Nashville for thir Fall stocks
Thetrstcck in store and daily coming to hand comprises a
full assortment of Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Cut
lery, Guns, and all articles in their line.
They receive i earners, 00I, Ginseng and Beeswax at
the very highest market price in exchange for Hardware,
or in payment 01 dcots. angiti
L3ANDEK D. STEVEN30K. EOBECT L. "WIUTE-
STEVENSON & WHITE.
No. 59, College street.
HAVE on hand a large and desirable stock of STAPLE
AND FANCY DRY GOODS, which they will sell
very cheap for cash, in order to reduce their Mock before
they receive their Fall purchases. All of you who like good
bargains give them a calL auj?'
WJ have on hand n large aud beautiful stock of Ladies
DRESS GOODS, such as plain, checked and bros
cade Silks; Silk Robes, Be rages and Berage Robes; aud a
large lot of beautiful French Muslins, all of which, will be
sold extremely low for cash by
augt STEVENSON A WHITE.
I7RENCII NEEDLE Vv6r7CS.TEVENS0N
' A WHITE havejust received a very large stock ol
French Needle Works, such as Collars, Sleeves, Cbunizetts,
Handkerchiefs, Edgings Insertings, Ribbon -la, which
they are selling at very reduced prices for cash aug-t
"OUSE-FUENlSIIINGGOODS. We havejust
received a large stock of Damask, Linen Sheets and
Linen Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a large lot of Plain
Linen Napkins and Danlask Towels, which will be sold very
lowforcashby augt STEVENSON& WIHTE
Tt ENTLEM EN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
JT All you who wish to purchase Cloth", Cassimeres
Vestings, Linens, Patent Shirts, Linen und Drilling Draw
ers, Half-Hose, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves and
Cravats, call in at STEVENSON A AVUlTtfS, No. 59, Col
lege street for they are selling ofT very low for Cash, in or
der to muke room for their Fall Stocky augt-
T"T7"E will pay the highest price iu Cash or Groceries for
VV all kinds of Produce.
aug2S MORRIS A STRATTON.
OLD ADVANCED. We have advanced the Sell
ing rate of Gold to one per cent premium, at which
rate the public may depend on being supplied. Bankers
and Brokers not excepted- Buying rates 4 percent
uir.lt rAiiLi t
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
TUST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers and vtstings of the
ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods. A new and beautiful style of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every dis
cription, Under-Shirts aud Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of the best Clothing
Establishments in New York to supply me, Wm. T. Jen
nings, 231, Broadway, I am preparred to ofTsr to my cus
tomers and the public, Clothing of a superior style and qual
ity. Please call and examine for vourselves.
sept-t o t. J. HOUGH, Agent.
R. ZEVALLAS, teacher of French at the Academy,
will alo take classes of Ladies and Gentlemen in tho
He would respectfully refer to F. B. Fogg, Esq., W. F.
Cooper, Esq., M. Vaughn, Esq., It J. Meigs, Esq., Sam.
I'. Allison, Esq.
Any Communication left at Berry's Book Sfore will be
promptly attended to. septl lm
JOHNSON & WEAVER
NO. 29 A 31, S0trraiIARKErsiKECT,NA5nviIXE, TEW.,
GENERAL COHHISSION, RECEIVING,
AND FORWARDING MERCILVNTS.
And Receivers and Dealers in Cotton,
Keepson hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac;
AND will pay tho highest price for Cottou, or make libe
ral cash advances on the same for shipment.
AGGING AND ROPE 200 pieces heavy 4S inch
TOO rnpre Tipiivv Al inp.h Tt-ifrmncn
350 coils Rope in store and for JZ,'nTVT. l rn
octS JOHNSON, IIORNE A CP.
JOHNSON, HORNE & CO,
m TURF... :
f.rpHIAIJ.MIETlXGoyerthi,s Qourscwill commence
j I , - - - . " - . - v "w", ix, unu continue
1 Jt i''r""S',0U' tlie week, viz :
J Fikst Oat MUSuat "Sivcertale for Two year oIJ
1 The dash of a mile. $liW untr, $jy forfeit iU wilh
fucr entries. J
"fQcp.jW. V. Wondfolkent b.c by Sovereign, out'of the
Shamrock, dim Gani-
1 rma itv 1 acanr.
! ..Jo- Averaoo .enters b g. by Sovereign, dam Clara J
j.u uyooysreign, uaru iaac -111101611 oy imp
HnWi.vD Day Trawr-wecptakcafortlirecyear tldn,
luucuuaw, cj cutruuee, itnau closed wnn uirce
1 entries. ,
t.. , i.Mn.B. ,.. ,
Cbru by Eclipse.
Gen V (1 Harding enters b. f. by Epailon, dam LVfa,by
Ai.v, ch. f. by Ambassador, dam Kale King, by Imp.
Third D.vv Wedsbsdav. Associutiou rarso2o0
two mile heats , f
iFouKTit Dax Tuu'ksdat. As-scciutioii rnrc 8150
. Dat FkidavI Swcepstako tor three year olds,
two mile heits.Ssyo entrance,.) format Closed with
nve enterics. . 4
.KinaIn?p.IIar JiBK'CDtetib- bji'psUon, .daia Nanny
l"iSni V' ilhanja cuter bi" Wagner, dam Eudora, by
Jo Arerson enters ij-'c. Frank; Pierce; by Sovereign, dam
by Imp. Leviathan. . " j
..-ik1.Juir?eDtcr!i ch- Greene, by Belsha2ar, dam by
Sir RitharJ. J
' Wiley Tavlor enters ch. c. Wellington, by Wagner, dam
"Sixru Dat Satueiuv. Association Turse fit OO
-four mdo heats. aug3. E.R. GluVSCOCK. Secretary.
TO EAKLY AND CL03E 2UYEE3 OF HEADY HADE
ml mum i co..
, p Kantuiehrrers and Dealers ia.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
OWING to the increasing demand of ReaJr Made Cloth
ing in this market, we have this season "laid in an un
usual heavy stock, great part of which wb have nw in
stor und which we are enabled to dispose of on the very
lovvest eastern market prices add very satisfactory terms.
We would therefore restieclfullv fnvife" country Merchants.
vijitingthiscitj, and others in'the Trade, to make an ani-"
tnaiion 01 our stocs uelore purcnasing.
sept 2 tf LADt. ELSBACII A CO.
LANDE, EI-SIJACH & CO.,
'. 'i HAT AND CAP HANUFACTUEEHS,
.W, Xartl Jfarl; ! Street, Xithviile, TnmtJiHr.
E luve intmdnc-J this week the FALL' STYLE
OFSILK HATS. hi-h iu beaut v of finih. texture
and qnality, are nnsurjasswl mthecitv. - - r
, At.SO. A complete a.-'sortmeit of CAPS, manufactured
of the besfmatenal, the attention of one of the firm being
chietly devored tti tliiV branch.
We flatter imrsi-lv.i in being able to give satisfaction to
tlio- who may fii or us with their patronage.
Country Merchants are respectfully solicited to examine
our stock before pui chasing.
sept 2 tr -1 , LANDE, ELSBACII A CO.
JUST RECEIVED. A large supply, of Kossuth.
Magyarand Metttpltiaii Hats, which are for sale low
at sep2-tf LANDK. KLS1IECK A CO.
' INSUltAIVCE COMPANY
H ARTFORD, 0 0 M N :
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund
Policies of Insurance iued at all times on the most fivoi-
able terms, against
...LOSS OR DA3IAGE
RY FIRE, OR THE
.PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by I LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Na3hviIIe and Davidson County, julyl ly.
8. K. SAWVEB, D. L. WALLACE, E.HOWABD.
SAWYER. WALLACE & CO.
NO. 12?, FRONT STREET, NEW VORK.
E. HOWARD, y
sepllG iYrw Orltahs.-'
TUST RECEIVED This day
ktl r 150-Tibts Ohio Whisky, - . ,
' ; bbls crushed Sugar;
50 " Loaf do; j ; . '.
10 " IWd do; . ;
5 tierces S. Carolina Rice; ,
Cfl cans Baltimore Oysters,
150 boxes W. R. Cheese;
lo doz Fancy Brooms; and for sole by
sept23 EDWARDS A HARRIS. .
GENTLEMEN'S FINE ROOTS & SHOES.
1 ENTS Snp. French Cf. Pump SoJed Boots ;
. " " " htitcneu and bewed do ;
" " " " 1 eged do;
" " " " ami Sewed Shoes;
" " " Patent-IjeatlicrdowcuOdo;
I-idies', Misses, ami Children's Gaiters, Boots and Shoes;
great variety. Jut reteived by
sept 30 " KAMAGE A Cf ICRCH, 42, College st
.SUPERIOR TRAVELLING TRVXliS.
I?XTItA line Sole-Leather Trunks ;
j linger do;
' " " Vafi.-es ;
" " " Enamelled Leather Asliknd do ;
A variety of Fine and Cheap Black Leather Travelling
Trunks und Valises at KAM AGE A CHURCH,
tept 30 No. 42, College street
NEwTjOODs! NEW GOODS'!
EECEIVED AT THURSTON & BERNARD'S,
No. 9 Union Street.
WE are now receiving, direct from tho Eastern ciliw,
some of the very latest stylei of Fall and Winter dress
Goods, consisting in part of SILKS, Brocade, Plaid, Check,
figured and plain Black, Persian Cloths, and all wool Mus
lin Delanes; Chemisettes and Sleeves in sets, French Nee
dle Work Colhirs, Mourning Collars and Sleeves. Embroi'd
Linen Cumb.H'dk'f, Velvet Ribbons, Gimps and Galloons,
Jaconet and Swiss Insertings and Edgings, Jaconet Bands
and Flouncing, Ac. Ac HOSIERY and GLOVES, all
sliades and qualities. Children's and Misses shea, all col
ors, w hich e are offering very low. Those in search of
good Goods, ana at low prices, wiU do well to give us a
call. No charge for showing goods,
seplt-tf THURSTON A BERNARD.
BURGLARY was committed night-before-Iast at the re
sidence Of Jacob McGavock, oa Cherry street and the
following articles taken, to-wit; A large ring, with eight
diamonds and a French inscription in it; n targe Garnet
rin" cut in too; a Indies Gold Watch and Chatleine, with
coral charms attached, (the watch was made in Geneva;) a
gold cup and salver, inlaid with silver, Ithe cup lias a re
presentation of the Kremlin at Moscow upon it;) a gold
slick-head, with tho name of R. W. McGarock engraved
I upon it; a French J'ort -Monie, tne iront goiu aim uie pact
pearl;aiew pieces oi luritisa cum, aim wuir shimu nriiciv:.
The above reward will be given tor the apprehension of
the theif or the recovery of uw proiterty.
sept2-lf KANDLK W.McGAVOCK.
UJUORS liobbb Star Whi.-ky;
100 bbls Old Beurbnn, Monongahela, and old Rye do;
100 eighth pipes Cliampaigne Brandy, sup. article;
50 casks MatigAW.nc. For sale by
sept24 W. 11. GORDON, ACO.
"tTALUAin.i: DWELLING HOlfSE FOR
V SALE. The undersigned offers fur sale his residence
n Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Term9 made known on application to
It C. FOSTER. M.
Or in my abce to G.' M. FOGG,
line 17 tf.
TO COUNTRY' MERCHANTS. -I wi-utd. cal
the attention of dealers loihe he.iirv Stock of Wall
I'apcis, I nm uow receiving and prepared to offer on th
most favorable term. sepU." W. W. FINN.
"VTOTICE. U. U.WOOTO.N i.tlv-istHs services totne
dress him throilgh the Post Office, or apply at this oulce.
Jo, 11 Deailcnct st. tsepH.-im,
C1EMENT. 20i) barrels Louisville Hydraulic Cement,
; just received rnd for sale by
ept 28 u J0I1NS0N A IIORNE.
' NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
SI, College Struct,
ri AMPRICHITT, 54 College, street, is now receiving a
choice lot of Fall anil Winter Goods f elected in Isew
York and Philadelphia of the latest styles and patterns, to I
which ho invites the attention of tbe public (septs lm. j
TCE1) SODA WATER. This deliehfRTr drink,Ty-
X. gether with a great variety of choice Syrups or the best
(lualitv, may be found at tlie Drug Store of
1 sept'U STRETCH A ORR,
Coner of College and Union Streets.
NGLIS U 21 USTAR I) S EED.One" half barrel
of the best English White Mustard Seed, for Helling.
Just reeeived and for sale by STRETCH A ORB.
teptU Druggists, corner College'and Union Ms.
IDER VINEGAR. Four barrels Pure Cider Vine-
j gar, warraniea i ure.
r- ... V. i.a
CASH SALE OF GROCERIES
BY DAVIS fc SWAN N.
n ; front ofourAurtiea Booms, o.
ti bbls Cincinnati AVTiisiy;
175 bags KiO uoncr;
( boxes Star Candles;
to " Tii"y
fll bbls American l.ranoy;
.15 " Mouong Whipky:
lo " Itobs'n county "do;
H casks Port Wine;
Scasks.S3I Wine;, j r s
5 baskets Cliampagne;
in ' Sperm
jp0 Glass Ware, ast;
8 casks London l'urter;
If. .ir.n Cincinnati Brcomsr'6 baes Pepper:
liiiWa Ycosta " Allsnice: ' 't"in
Pot dcrs; 30 casks Soda;
oObblsLcrSusar; 20 boxes do: '
10 " Crushed co; 75 boxes Va. Tobacco;
5 Pow'ddo; 200 bundles Wrap PSper; .
tin u MaI.bbm
We will add to oar. sale, on four month 3 time,- ia nrgs-ji
tuiwcvj, .... . , .. A J
withthe best i echanical skiU that tlcouofry afforS,an5'
' borders, Theyprery c5L
q r RAR0AI)JIACH1NERY.
a&a3 7gaiattH for Passeagcr and Freight Traiat
Wger, freight and Hepoir cSiSKlSSo
cv cry description "gjgio Rail Itiadsl
Boat and sUUonary from 3 to S00 hcrw. -rtu
btskraofthd bat&u Iron. Per-vnih
SAW MILLS. -'
Machinery complete for Citing up Sash or Circular Saws
csmplcte, with theuewtot and most approved1 mode.
. ' .L '. cnisr MILLS.
A? Machinery made for all sizes, completer to
getherwtth Machmery TorSugar MHUand Cotton GinK al
so Machinery for Blastfurnaces, embracing GutlrorTcyU
ndtr for blast, Ac. s
Engines; Cast Iron Rollers, and alt machinery for Roll
ing Mills complete made at shortest notice.
BRASS AND IHON CASTING.
Of any description, with shafting, mill gearing, water
wheels, cast iron Bank vaults, Ac, Ao, made to order.
Addres4JoiTKOMrso.f. Agent, who is a practical m
cnenut) or Uie undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON
jiinSl lr n. VrpvjnL
IN Store and for ale Cheap for Cash :
150 bbls Ciu. Whisky: lot. keg Nails, assorted;
2 00 hbl Flour, various b'nds; 50 bags Coffoe:
& 0F ,1"? Ml: 25 bbu Lor. Crushed and '
50 bbls Molaes; Powdered Sagarr
Si" bxs lobacco; various 1VX Ucgalia Cigars
brands: s. cases Jenkin' Teas:
10 dox Shaker Brooms; 2 bbls Mason's Blacking;
2u0 rms Wapping Paper; 25 reels Packing Yam.
50 bbls Pilot Bread; 5 bbb Boston Craikers
10 Jibls 11. A WiCrackcrs; 4 bbls Suj;ar APieue do;
Tivether vrilb Pepper. Allspice. Ginger. Indisro. Mad
der. pun Cotton, Shot. IaJ. Powder. Mustard, Catsup.
Cotton, Hemp. Bed Cords; and Plough Lines, octt tf.
ADMINlN'rif-VTOR'S NOTICE7 NoUce is here
bv given to all persons indebted to the estate of Hugh
W. ilcGuvock, deceased, ia come forward and make pay
ment, and tbov laving claims against the estate are noii
ted to present them within the time prescribed by law or
they will be forever barred.
- rett lm Admr.
I HAVE this day associated with me in ihe Wholesale
Grocery, Commission, Receiving and Forwarding Bu
siuoss.Jr. A Al lUttngmtortk, laieot CHrksvrHe, Tenn,
undcrtbe name-and style of Habt A lloixixsswoirni.
ocit HENRY lUKT.Jr.
ucnuv iiaet, jr. s. s. aoujNeswoETir.
- HART & IIOLLINGSWORTII,
Wholesale Grcctrs, Co emission, Etceiving xid For
N A. 49 Aortf side Public Square,
OCt-l " N.tSHVTtLF, TKW.
14)0 Ias Hio Cice,
7.V STOKE AND FOR SALE BY
. ... S II. liCOilliS,
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
oet-t tf Nashville. Tccr.
THE BEST OF BOOTS AND SHOES ABE ALWAYS THE
CtHARLES SAYKRS. corner of Market nd rft-j
Union-street1!, would say to Ins emtomers and $9.
tlh? public that he still continues to msoefacture all I
kious of Hoots and Shoes at the shortest notice and of good
materkl-i. .He has aow on band a large stock of the aboTo
named articles, both bevvy and light of thfe latest fashion,
of his own make, which he offers for -ale st as low prices
as the same quality can be purchased in the city. All he
asks is to give brm'a call and be oonvinced that it is to the
interest of the buyer to ceoeurage home industry. He also
makes to order asd keeps oa hand a superior article of La
dies Shoes, suitable for fall and winter wear.
P. S. Ite airisg done at tbe shortest notice and on res.
soniHe forms. w c octt lm
GRAND" HALLO ONASCENSI ON
AND EXHIBITION OF FIREWORKS!
THE pabKc are respectfully informed that W.JL PAU
LIN, the great American uErosaut wiH ascend in hi
MammothSilk Balloon in Nashville, on SATURDAY, Octo
ber l., 1858, being his four hundred and forty-sixth -Erial
Concluding in the evening with the most brilliant display
of Fire Works ever burnt Westof the Alleghany Mountains.
For particulars see bills of the day.
Tickets of admission to Aseentioo and Images, 50 cents
Children and servants half price.
Tickets tcKre Works 50 cents Cbildrrn and servanta
hsdrprice. . S.M. BROOKS,
oct5 " Agent
THE EEPOEIUH OF FASHION.
fyfc. ffil M$
Paris Imported Bonnets, Millinery, Arc.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1853.
4500 FANCY BONNETS.
WK would respectfully inform the Ladles of town
and country that we will, on Tuesday morning, the
4th, exhibit for their espeeial benefit, the largest and roost
beautiful stock of Foncv Botmete, and new stjles, of Emb'd
Belgnade and other stvles of Straw donnets ever opened at
Nashville or in tbe West Likewise, riU Plumes Head
Dressc, Flowers, Ribbons, Dress Goods. Perfumeries, Em
broideries and Fancy Geeds Ao. comprising $10,000 worth.
Having iinported a great part direet from Paris, our price
shall be lower than any of the boxed np millenery adrir
vertixeil as fashionable and profiswing tobe the latest stylet
Our long engagement m the business, now nine years ia
Nashville, and doing a very extensive business, must give
us advantage over any either house in the city, and we flat
ter ourselves that our friends are well satisfied. So, now
Indies, we wish your visits to make vour selections. We
can make jou hk more cnclianting than ever this fall, for
the street balls and weddings, haying Ladies r superior
good taste from England, France ami New York to assist
u in our establishment We have added to our stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than auction prices, a finu
stock or Mantillas. Woolen Coats Caps Ac rich Muslin d
Lines and Caslimieres at 25, 80 and SS ceuts per yard, su
perior Merinos at 8ec worth 1.85; rich Needlework goods,
Chemixetts, Infants Robes, Pointed CoHars, UndcrsteeTes,
Haiidk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1J5 to 1.78. cheap at
S.5ii to 5.00. Likewise, a large stock of Fancy Good3 and
Trimmings Having a large stoek tbw fell, our object is to
make small profiLi and large sales, giving the purchaser
advantage of good bargain.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. i$, Union btree t,
next to tbcSlute Bank. ..r,
oct 4 3 m Agent
TO BUSINESS 3IEN.
R0DES UNITED STATES ADVERTISER.
A Monthly Pttper.Priee Fifty Cmt a Tear.
r 'HE above Paper furnishes a reliable and valuable' ac
X count oT tbe State ot Trade, Wees Current Review o(
the Markets, Bank Note List Ac, Ac, prepared by- the first
talent Besides which, it will contain a great deal of inter
esting reading matter, connected with useful subjects. Also,
Tables of Postages, Interest TabtesAe. .,,
The seceud No. will be published Oct l-.f"'' JT1"
tain all the business information above J'd,"
tides on the -Printing Type." the "Pewer Loom, inten
sion of Patents," "News of tbe M"-. not exced-
The typographical appearance of this paper is not exceed
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3nNER VACO L L EG II,
FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES,
FACULTY. Mrs. Catuabisi Jo.iB.l'riBBipal. Instroct
ress in the French and Latin Languages and in Intel
lectual and Moral Science.
Prof, of Ancient Languages tobe supplied
M'issSabak Belle Stewart, Instructress in Mathematics
Miss Jclla Stew ajit. Instructress in the Primary De
K. OrL, .Professor of Ipstrnraental and Vocal Mc-
S (The SIXTn Collegiate year of this Institution will com
mence on the 5th ot Sptember, IMS, and continne fortr
weeks. It willbc, a very great advantage to all who wn.
to become pupils In' this institution, to be present at tho
opening of the session. No deduction in prices can ce es
jxcted for ihceo who enter within one month after the com-
For particulars address,
s. a JONES,
ilmerf Osltegr, Teima
GEORGE W. COOK,
ATTORNEY AT LA WAND LAN D AGENT.
ATTOSNi. i0Ac0 Vinnse. Texas.
WILL attend to the collection of debts tnd tie invesU
ration and ierfcting ef land titles in Texas.
nwETjc'eB?. . -.-
Hon.0 W. O.Tottox,
Hen. Nattjas Gsxcr,
R. L. UABWIUKRi,
! 'Joux L. H mis;
' Geverasr W;B-Cxfssui,
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