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J. L. MJ.SI.lXG, id O. EiSTXAX, U.C. 10UBSTT, V.C.C. CUL'tCO.
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.. . , EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
THURSDAY MORNING, OCT..g7J1833.
. WHIO COMFORT.
- Itcotnforts our whig neighbors greally to see
tlieHlfmocrats of Ncjv York quarrel We do not
vvdnaVr at thi. Whiggery in the United Stales
t.1 into . wnptrhxl littli? firdnn nil
W.ijCVI. " I --J
4 WIU DO i.ope cm rtrr ..mug, oury nnuw ms
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watcUfniraud iuarrtiifvinp this discords of thedemoc-M..
racy Tiii Sng:e fetate ot me union.
We wonder a little at tlieiu wliicli our neigh
bo'rjSyflllie Nashville, whig pres. espouse. If they
rrKty'fepivsentthecaa'se of the quarrel. They
ta!he3de of the old hunker?, lx,aue, as they
tell'fw, "the hunkers are -rounder on the slavery
question tliau the barnburners. Noy it i nolo-.
' rious tliat the whig part' of New York has , suc
curabeii body and soiil to Skwabd' and -aJbolilion--.'jsm.
'Ilia littie remnantof "Uubn M-luggery" there
"ha gone to grass or, rr, to wool. .Wecau
" not undetstanri how our whig neighbors can pym
' '"paUiiiw so fully at onco -with Jninker democracy and
' SeWabu abolitionisin ! "Will they enlighten our
ilarknesK by an explanation? And wHl tliey take a
-worditf a.ivicafromus? As they will no donbtin
the next rreriJeutial election bu ealled upon to sup
port Skwako ftr Uie Presidency, wouldn't it be po
litic in thpin'nW to be getting featly ?' They Avill
find itdjiinlt to serve two masters. Not that
the' iare luirmiiv) any body by their present
cwlr?;nhey are. only jendenog iheir own future
And will our neighbors oblfgeih by seeing if Uiey
cati jucknny Haws in the following exl-act from, a
"papr they have been fjud of noticing the Cleve
land Pfyindcaier :
The administration, it should be home in micd,'
lias j'ist parsed tfiroiigli it critical jwriod its teetli
" ' cutting efa the liaz.-irdous terni of its childhood.
,'IIias inaiuly devoted iu time to satisfy ihoimper-
ative dr-mandM nf Use peo)Ie the clamorous calls
Jbr a through Galphin extirpation. Tins it has
" ; done tlmVltilly giatifylng the popular wish! But
Uiis'wai not its only duty. It has to exercise a
parental cire orer Hie Democratic part', l-'roin it
lofty look out at Washington, it was expected to
watch without winking the manifold interests of the
'Demociu.-y, and so to shape its patronage and policy,
as to unite iu still stronger bonds, that great prb
givvsh'e or.anizatiou. This the President strore
to do-to the best oi'liH abilities. He took a plain
track towards its accomplishment. He implicitly
followed the w.ltof the peopta That peojili liad
dei'lareilthita'l who accepted the Platlbrni of the
Baltimore Convention and voted for Gen. Pierck,
w'iint herejd'ier to be considered as orthodox Deino-
. cralj. Upon tJwt issue and witli that express un
derstanding. Gen. I'ikrck was elected. In his poli
cy he has only endeavored to efl'eetuato jttpular
democratic lltlmnt. He has ignored ancient di-
, vKioiis, as the B.iltimore convention, backed by the
people, had ignored them before him, and has ap
pointed the Wsunen to office, irrespective of musty
antecedents. Has the administration failed? Is it
- "the weak, broken, despised, drug of a thing that the
wliigs. free soilers anil sore-hxida paint it, or have
they all some well understood motive for falsehood
and denimeiation 7 Let us fee I
"The proof of the pudding," saithan anclentsaw
"is in the eating." How loes the pudding eat?
" Aye lliere's the rub." Mark the answer! The
Old, Dominion, the mother of Presidents, the ven
erable sjionyer of Fkanklix Piekc at her hist
.Stale elc-et juesenttHl a triumphantly united
t erdiet in favor of the jnilicy of the administration.
Then came Noith Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas,
Kentucky -and Tennessee all heartily endorsing
the conixj of Yirgiuia. Then penitently came Yer
uiont, the Gihraliar of Whiggery the Alsatia
whither it had last lied for refuge even old Yer
niont the io1iticjl Sodom of the country, and for
the fust time in her history the Democrats gained
a I'oothol.l iu her Legislature which will enable it to
ofecta U ited Stales Senator. Subsequently that
exulicrant young State California, and that fine,
aseiuilile old ivmiuonwralth, Georgia, recorded their
niBppjpral in the glowing hues of a brilliant Demo
' cbttic Slate t imiqilil And still, even now, the
roar of rejoicing guns, comes booming to us, across
the mountain-; of Pennsylvania and up from the
p.Mvful plain of our own Buckeye State. They
tell of victories, unprecedented even in the history
ol iheir victorious Democracy. Iu every State,
where an elect ion has been held since Gen. Pikhck
took his seat, hN policy lias been nobly maintained.
Every substantial fact thus fir has vindicated the
? .wi"djui of his course. And yet, it is against such
an impregnable wall of defence that our hereditary
enemies and doiiuf tie traitor continue to knock
ther heady. Butt away, gentlemen I you will only
' dash your btains out !
THE A M K.V I ).M IINTS TO THE CONSTITUTION'.
The resolution introduced in the Seuato by Mr.
V.wiQUHAitsoy, declaring the amendments to the
CoiMitiition adopted and a part of the Constitu
tntion, pasod that lwdy with only four dissenting
voice; and three of the four have since declared
that they agreed with the resolution to this extent,
and voted again H it because of the construction put
upon it by the mover, that it was intended to
cover the ground of the power of the present Lcg-
islature to fix the time for the election of judges
and attorneys general by the eope. In the opin
ion of all' but one Senator, therefore, "'the amend
ments have been ratified by the people, and are a
p.wt of the Constitution." We expect the House
,to concur in the resolution by an equally decisive
vole. All the forms neeo3?ary to give effect to the
.. decision of the eople will then have been gone
through with ; and the Constitution a" it w will
, then only have to be rightly construed and obeyed.
- " '1,,E OiiKvr Fonnsr Putt The great fire which j
lias done r-o much mischief to the country about De- j
- troit, was making headway on Wednesday, 19th, j
toward that -iry. A difpateh says it was then
within a mile of the city. Ten thousand Jicres
. wood swamp have been completely binned over, j
destroying hons.s, barn3, fences, &e. The woods i
are burning on the So'll hern 1 load between Toledo
' ahd Adrian, and on the Central Boad, po tliat the
falling trees obstruct the passage of the train.
The city is so full of smoke that it is impossible
to NJe aciv4 the street. Tho fire is spreading to
wards Ann Arltor, destroying nitieh valuable tim
ber and property. No signs of rain.
Tin: Lorisvit.LE JornxAi. We sympathize; with
the proprietors of this paper, on account of the
'"""loss and inconvenience they have sustained by the
recent fire iu ljouisville. Although the Juntrnal
"jireacliia dreadful bad polities, wo have ever found
it a good newspaper; and as such, apprecitte it.
"We are pleaded to mhi that the Journal is still Issued
promptly, though somewhat reduced iu size.
A peison bequeathed $4,000 to tho editor of the
Journal tin Midi, in Paiis on condition a detailed
biographical notice should appear in his paper.
We are prepared to receive any reasonablw num
bernf such bequests. Won't somebody die?
A Paris correspondent of the N. Y. Com--Min"(i'
The Kuiperor or Russia has olTered Raclicl :f 120,
000 lor one y.ar's performance in hk imperial thea
tre. She has applied to the Minister of St.ite for
liermiv.ioii to ab-ut herself from the Comedie Fran
use, in onW to aceept the proK)3ition. The- Min
ister wou , have Kladly refu,l, but in that ca,.e Ra
chel would have at once wiihdrawn totally fiom the
.siabhshment, so he has eonsented, and the trage
dienne is already making her preparations for de
psrtuni. The hteraiy public, are imliiriiant that
Kaehel should prelcr the money of a "barbariin" to
the consideration she enjoys in l'aris. Monev
ought to bono motive to her. Nicholas attempted
alo to take away lhessant, the most perfect 'Svalk
ing gi-ntlemau" cm the French stage, by an ifTer of
$20,000 K?r vear, more tlian four times his friary
"hern. Tins M. Fould has prevented by promoting
Bre-'sant fmni the Gviniiase lo the Comedie Iran
, caise, and making him a member for life. This
union of statu ami stage will strike republics os cu
riously. (r The death of Dr. W. C. Galt, one of the
oldest citizens, atid the oldest medical practitioner,
in Louisville, is announced in the Louisville papers
of the 24 th.
7S 7" 1 T1 " W
yOUtaX CORKKiPOXDEXCK ' "
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Ar.pcarancer Kmvrna-'ouuWugns the Sir Churches
Caravan Ilridge -Tlie Cemeteries Ib-nVev 'RideEu -
csiuler Willi mi Albanian Banditti Beautv of the.Wo;,.
men -American and 1 renin Vessels m'the HariMr.
134vtt.-A, Asia Minor, April, 1S52.
hag been ascribed to Alexander the Great, who was
aumomsiied, m a Ureain, to ouikl a city mtnm spot
r,.il. c., ... . ...i.., ..,.. r..-,.,, T?..i,,.-a Tr
iHruNiiiiiwu., " - "t; iiuui ij .ui.ni.-.
Iif Itml ilrf-iln-l with ltti fvi- ntvn. lit. emilil not
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Iim vuilil not
W, sfIted . IK):llt llt,tti,r ,..:,,, :.. ... Aarlie-
.. ., ... ymtSs-.r,
clir, for a large commercial emporium. 'iMgEr"-"111
Francisco, itis far removed from these.vrwith a
harbor capacious enough to protect lier. vessefe from
liie fiiverest stress of weather.
"Over agninst'theTcity once stood, the fainous
temploof Cybele,- But what the inhabitanLsmost
gloried in, is tlie -circmnslance of it3 having. given
birth to Homer?' ' The cjly at prwent is shaped
something like an elipse, and extends for nearly
two miles along the coast. It is built on the ac
clivity -of Mount Pagus, from which ihe material for
building is mostly taken. Tno population of Smyr
na is about lo0,000; of whom 80,000 are Turks,
40.000 Greeks, 15,000 Jews, 10,000 Armenians,
and 5,000 Franks The followers of each faith
have their distinct quarters allotted to them. Every
Iradeliag a bazaar set apart for it; and the streets
present inore the appearance of an Italian City than
any I have seen since leaving Naples. The houses
of the- Armenians and Turks are. mostly painted
.blue on the outside, and Ui03e in the Frank quarter
are built of stone.
The most curious places about Smyrna.are tho
Cemeteries, filled with foresls or tall and gloomy
looking pines. The tombs of the males, in tho
Turkish cemetery, are designated by a' turban, cut
in marble, on the top of the head-piece; and those
of the gentler sex, by a rose fit emblem of purity
Iq going to the Caravan Bridge, the favorite re
sort for the Turks in summer, we had an opportun
ity of witnessing a caravan, extending about, two
milea, and loaded with fruits and silks. The silks
were from Persia, and of the richest quality. I
congratulated myself that I was not a woman, for
they looked so tempting that I might hayc ex
liausted my htler of credit.
Smyrna is the great Fig market of the world.
Vessels from all nations can be seen loading with
this delicious fruit. On the steamers and iu the
hotels they did not furnish us with the bey t quality,
and gave .is their reason, that the price was so
great, that none but rich foreign pdoplc could af
ford to eat them.
Persons wishing to visit tho sis remaining
Churches of Ephesus, Laodicea, Philadelphia, Sar
dis, Thyatira, and Pergamosj usually make this
their starting point To see them all, requires
some ten or fifteen days; and I have been informed
by persons who have visited them, that the ruins
iu several are well deserving attention, and will
fully repay one for the trouble, danger, and expense
of the journey.
During our slay in Smyrna, we to'ok a ride on
that animal of animals called the Donkey: i Ah! I
will not soon forget that ride. Without stirrups todi
rainish my longitude, or bridle to guide the stubborn
beast, I was left to the mercy of a driver, who seemed
to delight in tho fun created by our ludicrous ap
jiearance as we passed through the bazaars. The
people looked at me and then my donkey as if to
say, what a long individual and what a short donkey
strangers can't yon relieve the little fellow? For
tunately, we, had been gi'zed at so often that onr
faces, had become hard, and if such had not been
tho case the profusion of fancy beard on my face
would have defied them to detect a blush. Pass
ing almost tlirouph the entire length of the city,
we revisited that detestib'e place known as the Laz-zeretto,-
where our pld travelling companions,
Messrs. E g, P. and F. P. were fighting against
time. We were not allowed to enter tho premises,
but shook hands and conversed with them through
the gratings. After giving in our experience we
bade them good bye, and hope to meet them some
where in Europe. AVc then proceeded to the sum
mit of Mount Pagus to enjoy the magnificent view
of the city and bay, ard to examine the ruins of the
old Castle, which is now deserted and fast falling-to
decay. A very large space is enclosed within the
walls and in the centre of it is the mined mosque,"
supposed to have been the original church of Smyr
na. Our guide pointed out portions of the old
Hellenic walls, some of the relics of the Temple of
Jupiter, the sladium, the place where Polycarp is
said to have suffered martyrdom, besides the frag
ments of numerous busts, cornices, columns and
entablatures. Our examination was suddenly in
terrupted by the magic appearance of two men
dressed in the Albanian costume and armed rap-a-ie.
They proposed to hold our donkeys, but wo
declined, and immediately started back to the city
having received intimation from our guide that
they were brigands, and would, in a few minutes,
summon their comrades and make us their captives.
Wei had left our weapons at the hotel, and think
ing tliat "discretion was the better part of valor"
we made onr little animals cut dirt faster, proliably,
than they ever did before. These brigands are the ;
most desierate characters in all the East, and keep
the Smyrnians inconstant terror. Just before our
arrival, they seized the Dutch Consul, while walking
in his garden, and conveyed h:m to one of their
dens in the country, hoping that some great reward
would a ottered for his return. No reward, how
ever, was offered, and they sent in word to his
wife that five thousand dollars ransom money would
save her husband, and if it was not paid on acerlain
dry, they would send in his head for her lo make
soup out of. This inessage'induced the fjicmh of
the Consul to furnish the money, and he was per
mitted to return once more to the bosom of his
Smyrna from its earliest history has been re
nowned for the beauty and exquisjtc loveliness of
its women. You can find isolated beauties in al
most any country or clime, but it does seem that
certain localities are peculiarly blessed, and set apart
for the development of form and feature in its most
r."Grace xJiajted her limbs, and beauty decked her face."
Well may the devotee of female beauty give ut
terance to the language of Prior as he strolls through
the bazaars of this city. In simctry of figure, reg
ularity uf feature, elasticity of movement and gene
ral attractiveness, they fully merit all that has been
.said of them, and can vie in my estimation with the
most attractive Seutora's of Italy or Spain. Next
to a beautiful woman I admire a beautiful vessel,
and here we have botli. Napoleon the III, feeling
the neccessity of strenthening the naval arm of his
service, in order to cope with tho old beldam of the
Sea, and the rising greatness of the Model Republic,
has ordered a number of new Screw Frigates to bo
built on an improved plan, and every way superior
to any war steamer now afloat The vessel that I
saw in the harbor at Smyrna is certainly the most
beautiful and complete craft that my eye ever rested
uion, and if she succeeds it will bring about an en
tire change in the present system, and steam will
supersede the sailing vessels. "My voice is not for
war," but it is sometimes inevitable, and the next
great conflict of nations must be on the seas. The
commerce of the United States is now spread over
the world, our brave mariners can be seen in every
latitude, and it is aim0st certain that we must be
participants in such a struggle. Arc we prepared ?
are we able with our present navy to protect our
ships in foreign seas, or even our sea-board cities
from the devastation of war. No, no, nol Eugland,
France, and even Russia, outnumber us in their
gnus, and in point of steam power we are far, far
behind. Most of our countrymen do not know or
A5.Vi'Jf,.V'9!Jrf:uts,oeeujuis--v rtfAs..liti-fl a
rpi... ..r i i t .i r i . . - - . . t
IaUon fiom .its earliest .Irgtory,. having- risen ten I t:.hle.Bil erinnlrtl n nirnW Dotnot under- zens of lloane. Anderson
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u3 nuiruu-.. u,....5... , d the advocate of aw eh ess and
feel the necessity af giving strength lour navy,
imt-tt ose who have li.nl the onnortnnit&oT invest!
Rating this matter wll tell you
1if A .
pimportariee to us at thispresent I
fSi! .ii ..Jll .lt .'.li. r- I
U S.U3L Ii; IS Ol- lliuiuij
present moment than all else
g commerce to ibter, and aw f xterun
tcct. With a' slrona liaty Sve hia
coast to protect.
sive nayy, fori believe it to be like a brge standing
, ft a crsa.andrain uiwnthcj
! . jrsar..-,4asws " ?..,!
best interests of
wer on the sea
tho Mlnnlrvi hnUfttaw HillrBi. nAnwr An
. lfr.. i-.t .
and perpetuating the: glory 'and:gfeafness of a na
tion now moving rapidly lo the pijifeclion of human
government, and theend-of" nianVcrcatiou.
Yoms, &e,j , " k
-- Tenxesseax. '
. '.TUB TW ENTV-FOUKTH OlVOQTOliER.
One.iyear.ago, on the morning of this day, (says
the Bu'is"vnllo;dn'er of theJ24th,)at the hour onr'
paper went'tQ press, Dakiei. Winter diad.
We'know of nothing more appropriate to the
occasion for publication, than tho.foHowing account
of lift funeral,' given by GKOACEHiiAAnn, Esqi,
of Boston, at the closp of his'EuIogyfpn the lamen
ted statesman pronoiihced.in Farfeuil Hall, on the
20 of November. IlesaysV '
" fshould not feel tliat-Tny duty had been wholly
discharged, did I not speak of the touching .simpli
city and solemnity of his funeral. In his wul.jnade
. a few days, before- his death, he says; ' I wish to
be bnried without the least slioivor ostentation, Out
in a manner respectful lo my neighbors, -wliosc kind
ness has contributed so much to the happines3 of
me and mine, and for whose prosperity- l offer sin
cere prayers to God.1 His wushes were faithfully
observed, anil, in the arrangments for his funeral,
there was no recognition of worldly distinction or
official rank. He was buried simply as the head of
a household, after the manner of New England.
But the immense crowds which were there, drawn
from all parts of the land by their own veneration '
and love, lonned an element tar above all civil
pageantry or military honors. Who, that was
there present, will ever forget the scene on which
fell the rich light of that soft autumnal day? There
was the landscape so stamped with his image and
identified with his presence. There were the trees
he planted, the fields over ivhlch he had delighted
to walk, and the ocean whose waves were music to
his car. There was the house, with its hospitable
door: but the stately form of its master did not.
stand there, with outstretched hand and smile of
welcome. That smile had vanished forever from
the earth, and the hand and form were silent, cold
and motionless. The dignity of life had given place
to the dijnrity of death. No narrow chamber held
that illustrious dust'; no coffin concealed that ma
iestlo frame. Tn the open air, clad as when alive.
he lay extended in seeming sleep; with no touch of
uislcature upon ins brow ; as noole an image ot re
posing strength as ever was seen upon earth.
Around Inm was the landscape tnat no lovcu, ana
above liim was nothing buf the dome of the cover
ing heaven?. The sunshine fell upon the dead man's
face, and the breeze blew over it A lover of na
ture, he seemed to be gathered into her maternal
arms, and lie like a child upon a mother's lap. We
felt, as we looked upon him, that death had never
stricken down, at one blow, a greater sum ot tile.
And whose heart did not swell when, from the
honored and distinguished menthere gathered to
gether, six plain Marshfield farmers were called
forth, to carry the head of their neighbor to the
grave. Slowly and sadly the va3t multitude follow
ed, in mourning silence, and he was laid down to
rest among dear and kindred dust. There, among
the scenes that beloved in life, he sleeps well. He
has. left his name and memory to dwell forever upon
those "hills and valleys; to breathe a more spiritual
tone into the yvinds that blow over' his grave; to
'touch with finbr light the line of the breaking wave;
to throw a more solemn beauty upon the hues of
Autumn ana me snauows oi iwnignr.
SI'U.S'KY YANKEE LIEUTEXAXT.
Lieutenant Sheldon, of the U. S. artillery, a
strange irou-hearled man stood by his gun at tho
battle of Lacole Mill, Canada,) until every other
man had left it. The enemy, seeing his condition,
sent a detachment to take him and the gun; but
he maintained his position till the columns came
within close pistol shot, when he touched it oil.
The order to fire had been given the same instant
to the infantry, arranged somewhat in the form of
a semicircle m the woods, and when the smoke
cleared away, only one out of the whole detich
ment was standing on his feet, and he making rather
accelerated ' tracks' for the mill Sheldon once re
fused to take off his hat in a Canadian theatre,
while the orchestra played 'God save the King,'
when an English officer reminded him of his neg
lect. He made some reply which led to a duel. A
friend of Sheldon endeavored to dissuade him from
fighting, saying tliat he ought to apologise for his
conduct, as the established custom,- requiring every
one to be uncovered when ' God save the King'
was played, should have been respected. Sheldon,
however, was obstinate about it, when his friend
told him that his antagonists never missed his aim,
and that, he was a ' dead man,' if he fought 'Then,"
said Sheldon, ' there will be two dead men 1' They
fought, and the English officer fell dead at the first
fire.- Sheldon was also shot through and through.
He, however, lingered on for some six months,
and finally died in Boston. He retained his almost
unnatural fearlessness and hardihood to the last,
and would accost his friends, as they stole softly to
his sick chamber, with, ' Walk in, pall bearers,
walk in.' He was a Pittsfield man, and was ' such
stulfas heroes are made of.'
THK NEW YOKK l'OtlCH.
The New Yoik Trihunr is very hard upon the
Police of that. city. Hear it :
The L we PitrzK Fight. The uninitiated may be
at loss to know the reason why the thousand Po
licemen and the score of Deputy Sheriffs in this
city did not prevent the fight between Sullivan and
Morrissey. We will tell them. Avery large num
ber of onr keepers of the "peace" pride themselves
upon being fancy men, and daily cultivate the prac
tice of shoulder-hitting, associate constantly with
thieves, rowdies, blacklegs and keepers of houses
of ill-fame, and as a matter of course were all alive
with excitement before and after the fight. No
persons in the city were more early or more cor
rectly informed of the preliminaries and results
than the New York Police, In the purlieus of the
City Hall, where officers congregate, it was the
leading theme f conversation, until all ears were
disgusted with 111? thrice-told tale. And, as if this
ruffian disposition could not be fully expressed in
words, Mr. Andrew Shehan, formerly a Policeman,
and now one of Sheriff Orser's Deputies, was the
Second of Sullivan in the Ji'iht. Need wc say an
other word? If a Deputy Sheriff sworn particu
larly as a preserver of the public order, thus exhib
its himself before the people, without question from
his superior, how can we look to ''officers" to exe
cute justice? When Policemen slake hundreds of
dollars upon a prize fight, why expect them to ful
fill the law upon offenders? Let honest citizens
meditate on these questions.
TnF. Bones of Paganisi. It may be recollected
that the celebrated violinist, Paganini, died at Nice
about fourteen years ago; that the Bishop refused to
allow him to be interred in the consecrated ground,
on account of his having died without receiving the
sacraments. His executors hnd the body removed
to a private place, and commenced legal proceed
ings; .The. Court of Nice having 'decided againt
them, they appealed to tho Aich-eiiisconal Comt of
Geno, which reversed the judgment of the lower
court, and ordered the remains of Paganini to be in
terred in the cemetery. The Episcopal Court of
Nice, appealed against this decision to the Court of
Turin, which has since confirmed it Now, as three
appeals are allowed in ccc'esiastical matters, the
Court of Nice has appealed in the last resort to a
tribunal of judges to he appointed by the Holy See;
and there She matter rests for the present
Dr. Morse's Invigorating Elixir Cordial.
Among all herbs applied in medical practice, tliat which
forms the main ingrcdieot in this preparation stands su
preme. Itis Nature's catliolocon. Had the travels of Dr.
Morse, which has added so much to Science in its various
branches, resulted in the discovery of this herb alone, he
would still hare been the greatest boncf-ictor of the age
Mineral remedies are utlerly superseded by this purely ve
getable specific. And you weak, dyspeptic, nertinn, sub
ject to sudden Hushes, conrul.-ed with uenr&Igia or He do
lerevx, irregular in any physical function, enervated in auy
organ; subject to spasmodic pains of any kind! Hero is
ytmrremody. Is your mind, your memory clouded; does
your head fail you in business, are you dcpres.ed in spirit",
'debilitated, worn out, and utterly "out of heart ?" Here U
your renovator- Here is a stimulant more effective than
alcohol; permauentin its eifects, and harmless tothesyslem
as tillered water. Think of these things, you that are sick
and suffering, and lest onr words by experiment
The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, in pint hot
ties. Trice three dollars per botUe, two for five dollars, six
for twelve dollars. C. H. KlKO, Proprietor
19i, llmadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United Slates, Canada,
and the West Indies, (oct26 lmo d,trw& w.
' HOUSE OF BEPKESENTAT1VE3.
" WEn3fisrArKOctbber 2G
Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Walworth.
TlieJIouseuieLoursuant to adiourument .
Mr. Hcbbard in the Ciiair. x ,
tfhtt minutes if" yesterday Being 'read; petitions'
and memorials were.ealletl lor
petition froTiTlhc citi-
atid Campbell counties,
dam across Poplar Creek.
by Mr. Walker.- Read and referred tu the com-
rifittee on Internal Improvements. '
"Mr. Maxwell- pre.-entcd a memorial from a por
tion of the citizens of Hardin county praying to be-
attached to Decatur comity. Read and referred to
the committee on New Counties and County line.,
Mr. SrovAU. introduced a resolution instructing
the committee on the Penitentiary to enquire into,
and ruportj whether there are-tiot more Cierls em
ployed .ur the Penitentiary thanis necessary; rule
vfepended and resolution passed.
Mr. Bt'FOiiD introduced & lesolution directing the
commissioners of the Capitol to fit tip the rooms in
tended for tho Comptroller and Treasurer, as early
, as practicable, rule suspended and resolution passed.
'I Mr. TwirLE introduced a resolution instructing
" llie-Judiciary Committee in relation to public roads,
Mr. BuronD introduced a bill to repeal all laws,
"andjiarls of laws, on the subject of up stream navi
gation on Elk River, read first time and passeJ,
Mr. Wood, of Fentress, introduced a bill to es
tablish certain county lines, read first time and
Mr. FAn'nisr.TOS.introductd a bill to charter the
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad Company, read
first time, p.vsed and referred lo the Committee on
' Internal Improvements.
Jfr. Wallace introduced a bill to aid in the con
struction of tlie Kuoxville and Charleston Railroad,
passed first time, and 150 copies ordered to be
The unfinished business of yesterday being next
in order The resolution of Mr. Cowart in i elation
to fixing the Hall of the House, wa3 adopted.
A bill to charter the Cincinnati Cumberland Gap
and Charleston Railroad Company, read first time,
A bill to amend the Cbulihoma and Pigeon
Roost Turnpike Company, read second time and
nousE bills ox Tnino nnAniso.
A bill making it a rnidameanor for any one lo
commit a trespass on the lands of another iu his
Mr. EuFoitn moved to amend it by inserting the
word "valuable" before "timber," and before the
word "thereon" the words with a view "to convert
it to their own use."
The question, being on a motion, to non-concur
with the re,K)rt of the Committee, recommending
the rejection of the bill, tlie amendments were de
clared out of order, and on motion the Tlouse ad
journed until 2 o'clock, P. M.
HOUSE KVECIXQ SEJEIOX.
The Honre met pursuant to aJjournmcnt
Mr. nuiiH.iKD in the cba'r.
Mr. Coopeu moved that the cause of Mr. Speak
er Wisener's absence (viz his bad health) be entered
on the journal of the House which was agreed to.
The unfinished businefs of the forenoon was taken
up, and Mr. Maxwell withdrew the bill for amend
ment Mr. Thompson moved that the House take a re
cess of five minutes preparatory to meeting the Sen
ate in Convention which was agreed to.
The Convention met and proceeded to the con
sideration of the unfinished business being the
election of a Senator of the United Slates, The
name of the Hon. Cave Johnsok was put in nomi
nation, and on the first call of this da, (it being
the sixteenth call of the Convention in this election,)
Mr. Bell received 42, Mr. Johnson 34, and Mr.
Nelson 19 votes.
On the 17th call Bell 42, Johnson 32, Nelson 21.
On the eighteenth call Bell 44, Johnson 29,
On the nineteenth call Boll 43, Johnson 33,
Nelson 20. - - -
Ou the twentieth call Bell 43, Johnson 31, Nel
son. On tho twenty-first call Bell 42, Johnson 33,
On the twenty-second call Mr. Bell received 42,
Mr. Johnson 35, and Mr. Nelson 20 votes; and -
On the twenty-third call Mr. Bell received 42,
Mr. Johnson 35, and Mr. Nelson 20 votes.
The Convention then adjourned until 11 o'clock
Mr. Morris, of Wayne, moved that the House
elect a Speaker, pro tempore, which was agreed to.
When Mr. Morris nominated Mr. Hubbard, of Jef;
ferson, who was unanimously chosen to preside un-
til the return of Mr. Speaker Wiscner.
The House then adjourned until to-morrow
morning i past 9 o'clock.
F. CJ. Farrell's celebrated Arabian Liniment triumph
ant over disease.
THE following is from the principal accountant of the
wealth vand highly respectable h use of ilessrs. Voris A
Uro..o"fthi city, and presents ONE OF THE MOST W'ON
DEUTUL (JUlLtS IN THE ANNALS of medical history.
Mr. lLO.Varrell Dear Sir: Actuated by a sens e of grate
folncss, I submit Ihefollowinga-S au instance of the utility of
yo r great medicine. My child, three yeais old, was sudr
Ileiily attacked with a terrible disease, which in less than
six hours prostrated it to total helplcssiies-s. The limbs be
catiic sviriged that not a joint could be bent; the fljsh turned
black and cold and entirely deprived of feeb'iig; the eyes
Hied, partially closed aud altogether blind, following this
was deafness lo all sounds, the spine became contracted and
so curved that when lying on its back the head and heels
only touched. Indeed, tlie child presented every appear
ance of being dead. Immediately on the attack, tlictaviily
physician was called in, and for three weeks he laoored to
restore it lo feeling, but all in vain, although it was blistered
a dozen times and various rubefacient Liniment applied.
A consultation of physicians was then held, but lo no pur
pose, the case waa then brought before the Medical Soe.ely,
but nothing could 1 Miggelel which had not already been
done, aud the doctor Iheu told me he could do nothing more.
We then commenced applying your Liniment freely over
the entire length of the spine, and you may imagine apar
ent'sjoy, when, aftor a lew applications, returning anima
tion was apparent, and it rapidly recovered w ith tlie excep
tion of the sight, w Inch did not become pel feet for near a
month. The child is low healthy and robust as can be.
I' e oilier cases of the same kind occurred previously in mv
neighborhood, all of which died, when theie is no doubt if
jour Liniment had been used they would have lecovered.
HKN'IiV G. CLELAXD.
Peoria, March 1st, 1831.
A IIAUD LUMP OjTT HOUSE'S ItUEAST.
Mr. H. (i. Farrell: I have ued your Arabian Liniment
wilIigratiGcatioiiinseYer.il cases, the most lenmikahleof
which was a large lump that appeared on my horse's breast.
It was very bard, appearing to be hard gristle. It remained
for nearly a year, when I applied your Liniment, one bottle
of which entiiely cured it. 1 can recommend it aithe best
Liniment I ever used. JOHN CltAW-L.
Peoria, Feb. 2Uth, 13iS.
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately madeils appearance, called W. It. Fan-ells
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of alt the counter
feits, becaiisehis having the name of Farrell, mi.ny will buy
It in good faith, without the kuovledge that a couu'tei feit ex.
ULs, and they will peihapsonly discover Iheir error when
me siiuriuus mixture lias wrouelit its evil ctlccls.
The genuine article is manufactured only by II. ft. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies mast be addressed. Ue sure you gel it with the
letters H. U. before fan-ell's, thus 11. 0. FAKKKLLS
and bis signature ou the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold by CAKTW'HIUHT & AUMSTUO.VU,
and by regular authorized agents throughout the United
ISJ Price 25 nd 50 cents, and H per bottle.
AGENTS WASTED li STery town, village and hamletin
he United States, in whi'jh one is not already established.
Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with gooU re
ference as to character, responsibility, Ac.
ISf At the Verandah Hotel, kept by Mrs. Ed
xoxDsoxand ber son-in-law Mr. lliciira, theie is a gentle
man from Scott County, Ky., who, for Itcehe mmlhs, suffer
ed greatly from a chronic disease of the stomach and bowels,
which could not be removed by the most ajproced practice,
respected aud continued as it was for the Vector' tale.
He had paid his Doctor's Hill, without auy calculation of
making another, thukiug it was of no use; and jo one ex
pressed any hope of his recovery except a stranger, who
h jppened lo pass that way, and advised him to a different
course of treatment, which has this recommendation, that
in Jicewetl time it Las made him feel like engaging in
business. Hut why does he come out of this spell of sick-j
ness a strung advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union l'illsf i
Ileause, they are he principal remedy used iu the treat
ment of his case; and to their efficacy be is princ-'pally in
debted for his recovery. Should not such cases be publish
ed? If some persons are opposed to their publication, can
anybody tell us the reason vthjt
The gentleman above referred to is Euas Stonk, abioth
erof Joux Stoxk, the clerk at the VkkaSoau.
Nashville, Oct. IS tf.
From the Kuoxville Hegister.J
O, the Tetter I The Tormenting Tetter I !
Ith somelliingastonisliing that so many will sutler with
such a loathsome and disgusting disease, when it can be
cured. Hut you may not know that you can cure it. We
will tell you all about it. Lister. There is.a " Vegefoble
Tetter Itemedy, " which neverfiils ; one bottle even cures
a case of ten years standing. Scaldhead and Kingwonn
arc perfectly subjective under the use of this remedy. It
has cured and will cure, and no mistake. It will cost you
only $1 'Q0, to be cured; ?o now you have no excuse. Wo
allude to Dr. Dro-ngoole's Vegetable Tetter Remedy.
For sale in Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med
icine Store, College street, and by Druggisis generally.
; Foifiidx ITEMS. .
.-ff ' .
Ths 0dessapaper3 state that immense
quantities,of whgt,,continue to arrivgat that port
from the interior, and, that, in consequence, prices
have considerably abated. Tho inagizmes are not
sufficient U? coritaipihe supplies.
-.CtakeacotltHjeJcbtvtlia orderf the day
in England, and iu jnosli case-the employers are
compelled ftjyield. 'The"increase of wages to some
firms amount to tenjjiousand pounds per annum.
fif" It is stated that ft vigorous, conscription for
the army. Is going on throo.jjho"ut the southern prov
inces ofBussia Parents are held responsible for
the fliglit of their ' soils.. ' '
Laic advices froih' China slate that the
Government of-Pekirf is annoyed by three causes ;
first the- insurrection ; second, a want of money,
and ijilrd,a scan ity .of grain. It is, ob-erves a let
ter writer, allovcrwith theMantchu dynasty. "The
last' of aline of King3 w toppling to liis overthrow;
his throne is undermined : his prestige is nearly
gone; his exchequer empty; his troops pusillani
mous, and his star about to set."
OiiAk. P-Vciia, Commander-in-Chief of the
Turkish troops on tlie lower Danube, is by birth a
native of Austrian Crotia. - Some time since he fled
to Turkey, and after being unsuccessfully demanded
by Austria, as a refugee, he entered the Turkish Ar
my, and by force of merit lias raised himself, to his
present commanding position. He has had consid
erab?e military espericcce, as in addition to his ser
vice, in an- inferior capacity, he commanded the
Tutkish troops in their operation against' Posnia
and Montenegro. He is represented to be at pres
ent in command of a fine army, nearly one hundred
thousand strong, well prcparedand anxious for an
encounter with the deadly .foes of their religion and
Xoszta. It is a matter of doubt whether th:s
man has sailed for this country, as reported, or fs
even released. It is stated that Mr. Marsh, the
American Minister at Constantinople, had made an
arrangement with Baron de Br.fjcir, the Austrian
Envoy, whereby Koszta was to be put on board an
American vessel by the representatives of tho two
powers, for the purpose of returning, direct to' the
United States, on .condition lhal, if he should ever re
turn to VurlitxJ, the Avstrian Government shall hare
full power lo exercise the riyhfs it claims against him.
Mr. Brows hal coma from Constantinople to.
Smyrna, for the purpose of carrying this arrange
ment into effect. It is added that Mr. OrrtEV,
United States Consul at Smyrna, objected decided
ly to the Stipulations, and refused io give his assent
to them, except on tho receipt of peremptory orders
to that effect from his government,
Emasc'ipatiox i.v Cuba. The State Department,
it is said, lias information of the alleged negotiations
between the British and Spanish Governments for
introducing tlie apprenticeship system into Cuba.
It is reported that the instructions to Messrs. Btrc
uasas and Socix embrace that contingency, 'and
that they will vigorously protest against emanci
pation in Cuba, or the increase of British inlluence
in the Island.
Great Firk. ix Pari?. The immense establish
ment of M. Jocrdaix IttEorLEAC, at J-ouviers, the
largest clolh manufactory in France, in which about
1,200 wOikmen were employed, was completely
destroyed by fire on the 2d instant. In less than
a quarter of an hour the whole of the four buildings,
each five storici high, of which tho manufactory
was composed, were one mass of flames. The loss
is estimated at 1,500,000 francs.
lessee and Manager,.
Slage Director, ,
. ..Joire (tciEXE.
. .It. C Unuiisox.
J. L. UltACK.
. .G. V. Joiusox.
Last night but two of the or the re-engngenient of
MISS JULIA EE.VXETT,
Who will appear as LAlV GAY SPANKER.
THURSDAY KVLNIXG, OCTOBER 27, 1353,
Will be perlbrmetl the comedy of
Lady GaySpanker .........Miss Julia Bixxitt.
THE LADY'S STRATAGEM.
Zephyrina. Miss Kncxoixs.
ALTERATION OK Tl.iul
Doors' open at half past , and performance to commence
f5f llo'cOlliceopen from 9, A. M, to li M.; and from
to r. P. JI., the seats mav be Mvured.
PRICK OF ADMISSION ltox and Panpiette, 75 rents;
Seeond Tier, 50 cents; Second Tier, tsernm! class,) 50 cts;
Colored 1! 3k, 50ceat; Coluivd Gallfly, 'J cents.
Doors open at l,ls. Performance to commence at 7
UON'NETS, UIHKOXS, Ac.
A'o. 14 Cherry Street, near Cnion.
MRS. E. I.OCKHART respectfully informs the Ladies of
Nashville and country, that she has now received her
seltct Fall assortlneut of ihe cenest and most fashionable
Ilonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
IMuines, Tiimiiiiugs, Linings,
Thankful to the Ladies for past favors, I (latter myself
thatlhaie something very beautiful to show them this
season. Please call aud see bef. re on purchase else hci e.
MRS. E. LOCKIIAUT,
oct27 If H Cherry st.
CHAN'CEHY SALE IV PintSIfAXCE'oF
an order, made in Ihe caue of II. K. Ueaumont ad
ministrator, vs. James Irwin, et-als., at the October Teim,
IS.'S, of Ihe Chancery Court at Clarksi file, I will sell to the
highest bidder at ihe Court House, in Nashville, on Satur
day; Ihe 25lli day of November next, all of the RealKs'alcin
the pi adings mentioned, which consists of sundry very eli
gible building and business Lots in S nth Nashville, a plat
of which will he exhibited on tlie day of sale.
The above property will le shown'by Mr. James Irwin to
any person who desires to examine it."
Terms of Sale fi. 12, IS and 21 months CTcdit, notes
pa able at the Planters' Hank atj Nashville, with approved
security and a lieu retained until iliepui chase inonev shall
be paid. THOS. J. MUNFOR'D,
oct27 td Clerk and Master.
TY VIRTUK OF FOUR WRITS of fieri f.icli, tome
) directed, from the Circuit Court ct the United Slates
forthe Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg
ment, rendered in said Court at its September Term, 1$5,(,
David Jayne A Son, rt. Mark L. Cnriwright, and Ix;roy
Armstrong. Judgment 15th September, 1S53; same, rt.
same, Judgment 15th September, lS5f ; W. M'Oallr A Son,
rs. same. Judgment 15lh September, 1858, and John M.
Otr, tf. same, Judgment 10th Sep'euibcr, 1S.'S.
I will sell to the highest bidder for Cah at the Court
House door, in the Oily of Nashville, ou MONDAY, the
12tb day of December, 1R53, all the right, title, claim, and
interest, of the said Defendant, Lcroy Armstrong, iu aud
to the following Lots, in tho City of Nashville, to wit:
LOT, No. S'J, as designated in ihe plan of the College or
Academy property, fronting 50 feet on Cherry street, and
running back tho usual depth of Lots in that part of the
City, aud is adjoining the residence ot Win. Stocicll.
ALSO, part of Lot. No. 87, fronting so feet ou Summer
street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the
Norlli-west corner of II. F. Moselv's Lot on the east side of
Summer street; thence slong the east side of said street
50 feet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 feet to Newnam's line; thence running
back with said lineubout IGOfeettoan Allevr lh
waidly with haid Alley COfeetto Moselv's corner; thence
witt. the line of Mosely's hot, about 17i"feet, to the begin
ningcomer. The undivided interest of Mark L Cartwright, in th
above described Lot j, was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by
two Deed?, bearing date the 21st June, 1855, and aie of re
cord in the HegUtei's ollice for Davidson couuly, in Rook,
No 17, pages 2'.i5 and 250.
ISoih ofsaid Lots have been levied upon as the property ol
Definlaut Armstrong and will be sold lo satisfy said writs;
this 25th day of Octobor, 13-15.
.1 IJ. CLEMENTS,
Marshall, U.S. Middle Division, Tennessee.
Hy hisDeputy, Ii. N. CLEMENTS.
vellow complexion, and bald hi-adcd. Hasa scaracrossthe
forehead, near the. edge of the hair; also, a scar on the
shoulder, caused bv a hum. He had on. when he left, a
dark-colored pair ol'linseypantaloous, and black cloth over
coat " '
1 will give FIFTY DOLLARS, if placed in any jail In the
State. It is likely he has been enticed away bv Mine white
man. ocfcT lwdiw II. W. COMITON.
It. II. ERASER,
NO. 13 CAUOXDEUrr street,
- - t- ' New Orleans,
' A. V. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; Col.T. II. McNeill
Coahoma county. Miss.; Myrtle, Moure A Co., Helena, Ark;,
8. J. Ridley, Jackson, Miss.; .Martin, Rhea A Co, Pulaski,
Tenn.; Jos. C. Maloue, Esq., Athens, Als.
. I v I 1 1 ' , -
Xj residence, live and a half miles south of Nash- fit
villcoutheiiiglit of the-K-ltfi ol October, 185;), a "fiL
Negro llov, nameil JIII.L: about 3S rears of aire:
The Great Cities of the World
In their Glory and in their Desolation, embracing- the j
cities of Europe, Asia, Africa and America---W itb a histosyj
or important events, liy John frost, I- L. D.
The Mysterious Parchment;
Or, the Satanic License, dedicated to Maine Law Progress.
Passages irom the History of n Wnsted Life. . ,
By a middle-aged man.
Uncle Sam's Palace;
Or, The Reigning King.
Philosophy of itlysteriou.s Agents.
Human and Itiradwe; or the Dynamic Laws and Rela
tions of Man. E. C. Rogers.
Prof. Silliutan's Visit to Europe.
"This work embodies much new and curious inform
at ion on mailers ol Science and AH, and personal sketches
ofeminentSavans and men of Science. As the matured
imptessioiis of Ihe distinguished aud veteran author, on re
visiting Lurore alter an interval of nearly GO rears, it is so
cially interesting and valuable." i.
J3T Tlie above, with a variety ,r other New Vint, are
for sale by TOON 4 RUTLAND,
ocll7 44 Union street
The Hook of" Nature,
An Elemeulary Introduction to the Sciences of
Physics, " Geology,
Chemistry, Zoology, and
Minerology, Physiology,' ' .
By Friedrich Schoedler, Ph. D.
Professor of the Natural Sciences at Worms, and formerly
assistant in the Chemical Laboratory of 0 lessen.
First American, from the Second Englisb, Edition, trans
bated from the 6th German Edition. By Henry Wedlock,
F. C. S. Illnstraled by 6S7 engravings on wood.
TOON 4 RUTLAND,
oct27 '44 Union street.
WOODS' PRACTICE OF MEDICINE New Edition.
EASTMAN'S " -
CYCLOPtEDIA OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE. By
Fcrbes, Tweedle, Dunglingsoo, Ac 4 vols, imperial
8va; raised bands and double titles.
DEWEES' SYSTEM OF MIDWIFERY. lvoL8va,
DEWEES ON CHILDREN. IttoISto.
DEWEES ON FEMALES. 1 vol Sro, with plates.
DE LA HECHE'S GEOLOGICAL OBSERVER. Ram
tifulcnls. lvoISvo. Extra Cloth.
DICKSON'S ESSAYS ON LIFE. SLEEP, PAIN, Ac
1 vol royal 12mo, extra cloth.
DUNGLISON-S PHYSIOLOGY. 2 voIsTvo; 7th edition,
enlarged, with nearly 500 cuts.
DUNGLISON'S MEDICAL DICTIONARY. 1 vol royal
Sro; raised bands; 9th edition, much improved.
DUIJGLISON'S NEW REMEDIES. IroISvo; 7lh edi
DUNGLISONU PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.. 2 vol
Svo; Sd edition.
DUNGLISON'S MATERIA MEDICA AND THERA
PEUTICS. 2 vols 8vo; 4th edition, with cuts.
DUNGLISON ON HUMAN HEALTH. 1 vol S.vo-,bound.
DRUrrrS MODEHNSURGERY. New-edition, much
improved and enlarged. SOU cuts. '
BARTLETT ON THE FiiVERS OF THE TJ. S. Sd edi
tion. - HARRISON'S DENTAL DICTIONARY.
HORNER'S SPECIAL ANATOMY. . f
MEIGS' SYSTEM OF OBSTETRICS.
WOODS' UNITED STATES DISPEN3AT0RS.
The above, with a large coUectionof the Text, Miscella
neous and Standard Medical Boots, in Store and for sale at
low prices by
octa7 If. F. HAGAN.
F. Hagan is now receiving an unusually Urge assortment
of Letter and Cap Paper. Those wishing to buy good and
cheap paper would do well to give him a call.
oct27 V. HAGAN, Market st,
JOIINYORKACO., B.wkellers, Stationers and Book
Binders. No. It, Uuion Street, have on baud a superior qual
ity of American and English Letter, Foolscap and Note
Paper and Envelopes, Gold Pens, Steel Pens, Penholders,
Inks, Iutstands, Quills, Sand and Sand Boxes, Portfolios,
Rules, Paper folders, Desk Pads for Letter Writers, Ac,
which Ihey offer for sale at the lowest prices. octl
Reports of cases arguetl and determined in the SuDreme
uoun ot leunessee, during the years lsjl-2. Itv W.
Swan, btate Reporter. For sale by
JOHN YORK & CO,
No. 14, Union street.
JOHN YORK A CO., have on hand & variety of superior
Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered for
sale in Nashville. Ecery pen tnirrunletl. octl
THE WORKS 0FDANIEL WEBSTER. '
Speeches, Forensic Arguments, and Diplomatic papers
of Daniel Webster, with a notice of his life by Everett,
complete in 6 volumes,
octl JOHN YORK A CO.
DUNCAN. MORGAN A Ct). have received bv late arri
vals, New Style Dress Goods and Woollen Wrappings
adapted to the winter Kales and City trade, which they will
sell kerv low, and invite the attention of Merchants to their
Vrench Priii'd Valenciennes;
New Style Cashmeres;
High eol'd French Delaines;
All wool black do;
lupins black do;
Block Silks, all widths;
Fancv Dress Silks;
Printed Safflower Velvets;
Hoval Blue Alpacas;
Black Silk Lustre do;
Black Silk Velvet Ribbons, all widths;
WI dozen Merino Vests, superior quality;
50 do. do Pant. do do;
10 do do Wrappers,do do;
80 cases New SU le Prints,
5 do New Detains;
10 bales Blankets";
50 do 4-1 Brown Domeftics;
Which will be sold verr low by
D UN CAN, MORGAN A CO..
oc!2l Nos. 70 and 7 1 Public Sipiare.
JOHNSON & WEAVER,
NO. 2!) 31, SOUTH MARKET PTItEET.XASIIVILlK, TEN'S.,
GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING,
AND FORWARDING .MERCHANTS.
AnifEeceiversnnd Dealers in Cotton,
Keeps on hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, Ro'pE, Ac;
AND will pay tbe highest price for Cotlonor make libe
ral cash advances on the same for shipment.
Nashville. Oct. 1,1353 wAtw.
BANK OF NASHVILLE.
October 8, 185S.
SIGHT and time drafts bought and sold on all accessible
points in the United States.
All kinds of uncurrent Bank Notes purchased and sold
or received on deposit upon favorable terms.
Tlie selling rateof gold is a half per cent premium.
Interest on Deposits.
This Bank pays interest on deswits of money subject to
be checked out at the pleasure ol Ihe owner.
In order to meet the requirements of trade and the con
venience of tl e public, this Bank w 11 open at 8 o'clock, a.
u.,and clment5, p.m. The advantageof this arrangement
mast be clearly manifest to ererv business man in the com
munity. . 'S. UOBSON, President.
Wlsiet WnELrsa. Cashier. octll tf
BE.VJ. F. SHIELDS JSt Co7,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL AGENTS,
Having peimanently located in this City, solicit consign
ments of Cotton, Tobacco, Ac
Receiving and Fonvarding with the filling of Orders
dromptly attended lo. foci 1 4 Cm.
K. JL. HOKXK, S.S. WILLIAMS, JSO. A. MSUEB.
JOHNSON, IIOENE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, ami S tor en of
Cotton ana looacco.
ner oJIurUt and JlrvadHU Mthnlle. Tina.
july 3. ld.53.
EJMENT. iiOO barrets l-ouisville Hydraulic Cement,
just received rnd for sale b r
sept 1:3 b JOHNSON, HORNE ACQ.
BAGGING AND ROPE.-iuO pieces heavy 4Sincb
lot) pieces heavy 44 inch Bsgg'ng;
350 coils Rope in store and for sale by
PCK -JOHNSON, HORNEA CO.
G'IGARS. 500,000 Regalia Cigars;
25,000 Principee do.
Direct importations. For sale low, to close, by
JOHNSON, HORNE L CO.,
octl n Broadway.
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES.
BY MORRIS A STRATTON.
N MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31,
v ioo-j, we win sen luiruok oi our oHre, wiuioui reserve
I for CASH, a very large and well assorted lot of OROCE
t RIES, LIQUORS, Ac Ac MORRIS A STRATTON. -
i "I ENTLEAtEN'S UNDERW ARE. We respecl
I X full V iuvite all those who have not vtt furnished their
Underware, to call and examine our Stock. We hare ere
ry variety, and can lit all siaa. MYERS A M'OILL.
rEI'HYR WORSTED GAITERS-ForChildren.
Zj A handsome assortment of ZEPHYR WORSTED
GAITERS, received and for sale br MYERS A M'QILL.
ZEPHYR WORSTED SCARFS For Win..
A supply or elegant ZEPHYR WORSTED SCARFS
for Ladies very long aud of ditfereut colors- for sale by
oct26. MYERS A M'OILL.
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 56 College
nsw public tion s.
LIFE OF 2CABXE DE MEDICI3,
: XT MfSS PASPOK
T-BEIRY &CO., have jnst received
THE LIFE OF MARIE DE MKDK'IS, Queen of ranee,
consort cfllenry IV, Dd Regent of the Kingiikjn under
Louis XIII. BvJIUs Pardee. Secocd edition in S-vo!
W. T.'Bl A-'cO. hnve also jest received-New
s . .English Editions of the following Wi tin
1, Webster's EncycJopoedia of Doojestic Economy.
2. Brande's Dictionary of Science, I jterature and Art,
S. Ture'a Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines,
4. THE SPEECHES of Clara Jan-.cs Fox; CTalham,
Sheridan, Lrskiceand Burke. With Biographical Jlemoirn,
Introduction and Explanatory Notes. 2 wis. r .yal to.
5. CLARKE'S CONCORDANCB-New Fwnox- Cct
plete Concordance of Shakes caicv leiep a vet Vol indix f
all tlie passages in Ihe Dianutic Woik ef lite Iif. Xe
and entirely revised edition. By Mrs. Mary CLit 1 tJ.
6. The litters and Works of LaJy Mary Wi rt'ery Mon
taiu.Svols.ealt 7. POMI'Ef ANA Tfw Teposrapby, FdiSces, rnd O.na-"-ments
of Pompeii. By Sir WiWam Cell.
3. THE ARABIAN NIGHTS With frWwooJ cuts.
' t. DON QUIXOTE 1 llnstratcd bv Tommv TohanJor,
10. BLACK'4 ATLAS OF THE WOULD, newedit.on,
VT. T. BEIMIV" St Co. have just receircd
Tli Legu&itite Guide, containing- all tlie rales fori con
ducting basiness in Congress; Jetfcrson'i. Manual; and iie
Citizens Manna; with copious myes ai.J marginal iefcr.
ences, explaining the rules ami the ambfrity therefor, de
signed to economic time and seenrc nn.Cirmily in the' pro
ceedings of all deliberative assemblies.
"W0HKS OF DANIEL WEBSTER. '
VT, T. BERRY &CO. hne recently received
TUESPEECHES, FORENSIC AKGUMKNTS, AD
DIPLOMATIC PAPERS OF DANIEL WSBSTER ; ill a
notice of bis Life and Works, by Edward. Everett. C
plete in 6 vols.
Fsom rae Nrw Yorc Cotoiir AMD EwinatR."
These volumes are a collection of imperishable models in
constitutional law, jurisprudence, international law, J.pl.s
macy, finance, legukninti ami literature--a collection net ta
be matched by this, ami hsrtllr bv anv other eountrr ir.
capital and multiform excellence:' There is rw l a r?e la 5
.!. - -t-. -.t, :u ....i : ii 1 1 a - f
transcendant intellect; not a page ubich wiH mi male pos
terity prouder or the land c their fathers. T'oese prrxtnc
lions will be peiietuated as long as the Kighsh language
'Y. T. B. & CO. have also just receircd
Tbe "Writings of Levi WootHmrr, 3 volt
Tlie Life and Letters of Judge Story, 2 vols.
Orations and Speeches of Edward Everett, 2 vols.
Bancroft's History of the United States, 5 re's.
Hildrelhs Hisiery of the United States, ft vols.
Ramsey's Annals of Tennessee.
W. T. Berry A Co. weuM respeetlaliy invite attent'on to
heir large and well assorted slock et SiMxmery, einbhic-nj;
a great variety of Note, Letter and Cap Paper; Note and
Letter Euvelopes, Inks and Inkstands, Sand and Sandbox
es, Gold and Stetl Pens and Pew-holuVrs, Qatlls, Pencil,
Wax and Wafers, Red Tape, Pwmw, Erasers, Taper Fold
ers and Cutters, Rulers, A a, Ac.
Also. Blink Moolt of all descriptions.
HARPER MIR OCTOBER.
Harper's Magaxine for Oetber,jut received br
sepf-iS W. T BKRItV X CO.
SECOND VOLUME OF CALHOUN'S WORKS.
W. T. IlEHKV .V CO. hnve jnit received the
WORKS OF JOHN C. CALHOUN, vols.
They can furnish the second volume tu tlioso what liars
the first. septi
E RESPECTFULLY intnmi our mends anil the
public that we have now on iiand a large n.I nell
assorted stock of Fur. Silk and Soft Hat.-: Mens and Borft
Cassiinere Hats; Childtens' Fancv Hats and Caps; Men's
and Boys Clolli, Flush ami Fur Caps of everv descript.oo,
unsurpassed in good quality, st v le and lowness ofprice,
which they offer at wholesale and remiL
oct-22 LANDS, ELSBAClI A CO,
Hat aud Cap Mnntuaetorv, a 4S.MatlotSt.
17ALl7 ANDVi INTlfli GOODS.-L V-N DE. ELS
1 BACK A CO, No 5. Market sfiee', have received
within tbe last week a large and well assorted slock i f !c
gant Ready Made Clothing of the best materia. Hi Hut per
sons who are desirous of procuring fashionable garments
can be suited.
Customers and strangers visiting the city, are respectfuf
Ir invited to call and examine tbetr stock" before ttiev brr
elsewhere. We arc convinced tlt we can sell lower than
any oilier house in the citr, eidter wholesale or retail.
ALSO. Received this week a large lot of Trunk",
Shirts, Stocks, etc, for sale low at
cct23 LANDE, ELSBACn S A CO.
-TOW READY. T11KFIRST VOI.UMiM'FTHE WRIT -l
INGS OF THOMAS JKFFEK.-ON, betnphis Mc
Ciograirhy, Conespondeuee, RepmU. Me-xaes, Ad.tie. cs,
and other Writings. Official and IV.vate. Publblicil bv tlie
orderor the JOINT COMMITTEE OF CONGIt OSSon t id
Library, from the original manuscripts, deposited in tbe
dejiartmcnt of State. Willi expianuiorv untrs, Ltbl sot cor
tents, and acupuiis:iHlextieehviiuniiiiwel&iiag cr: jv
index to the whole, edited by Him. H. A. Wo-Siieictox, of
Virginia, bvo., Sis pj, with a feamlome steel pilrai', and
fac simile of the original draft ot the "-Dec'station." The
oilier Volumes wJl follow in rapid ttv. ssmn. I'u'i.eJ
by JOHN C. RlK It,
12- Fulio i street New Yo:k.
3P Sold bv SubscriptioB. -v" Ag iL. n-antc L
ocl 25 mllir.
'HALLO It AX'S ALII VJIRUA,"
4i Cherry Slrnt, njfM'r ( '-. t, ' .''!.'
fTIIE above estabiislHneni i-s iu.w vv tn tho puMic
and in a sttie JHn.slraliiH( t. Inum
call that there is notlmif lelt ioiih,ie The bar
stockeil witbthj Quest Wines, l.iijw, C t,ars,rtc
c el.- J
ami I lie Ite-uauratit is so arrangetl that t m guest
relv on ihe luxiires the wa-oti twing prie
served up. In fact. Ins arrangement nr.- romplete.
and be holies to enjov M4e ittlriiiage. Tiiealmve diart
meut will be under the iinmeiNaie smwiitfrnleiire rf Mr
J. S. Bkrtou, the undemigued himsflt devoting his entire
atte timi to Ihe t'Viuiil general sii.,lv departments
Continual experience of 'lie Wist lifie- i leirs in some tr
the first houses in New York. Pttit.ulelphii, Patlmiore arj
this city serves to make hmi of rmon lh.it he tan conduct
a house to meet tlie wishes of :ihh1 custom
CLCNCH every dav from lu'4 t '. " .'. nrtil night
from 9 to 12 o'clock. ' W." O. HAI.LDR ,
octll ini I'Turtm-'ur
"ALHA3I BRA SHOOTING U VLLERY."
THEaboveGaltenris ik,v in foil l.Ix-r, and fui:v an
swrring tlie endsdrnbicliit was established, vi.
place (fgenieel and innocent amnfeo.enl, it is vrtK c in
structed, and ha already i-d a new era in our ci'v
aiuuseuieuts. The giillenr ikwlf is one of the finest ml .e
Union, luting a large room allacWd .therein will be tounl
the jirominent newspew of lb-dy, f. r ilnse whopnfiT
reading to practicing oh the pllerv. I Jem If men, en aid
see. W. O. HALLORA.N, l"nir.e'or.
P.S. A bisket of Chamiiife will be opened to the gen
tleman ringing the bell the greatest n.inU.1 of tunes in suc
cession between now and New Year's I'ar M. ,
octI4 W O H. V
OUM BKRLAND COAL Tlie ui.drrsigned fc-
at his yard, on College street, ojunile CatL llonie's
Paint Shop, a tine lot of iIm be-t Cimiberland 0 al, cluc'i
will be sold at the market j riees. The ibhc are rivited
to call and try thiscual. JAMhi HI lilltN.
ZT" Having Wagons mi Teams. 1 mat all tinicipre
pared to furnish mr old enstoroern ami friends xilhSu::J
and Gravel, or to doanvbiniitigthat iimi be retpurrd.
Naihville, October i, lfi J. H.
1?OR RENT Two PltntatMins in ihu
. for next year, 1S54, if gtwd tenants r.tfei s.
ing about 70 acres. The ulher including pas lire, and at out
1 ly acres, about "0 acres jf which en be cullivaleit Isilti
Farms lying on, and frotih' ig tbe Choi hii.- turnpike road.
I pitfcrrenting both plwes to one pei"n, if a good punc
tual tenant sliall ofler. House, stablei. rorn cribs, fruit
trees, Ac, mueh better than cmnmon o- rented laiul.
fti-nut if rtiimr- nrrmnil tatfilr bnt:eil mi atwmt 10 inr-f.i'4
deep, a part of one of said Farms. Ajiflv the subscriber
adioining the premises. M. BARROW.
CABPETINGS, MATTINOS, S0G3. ftc,
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
HAVE now in store, a large stock of 'lbree-ply sup. In
grain and Wool flgurtd Carjietings, Cottun Dnif getle
Adelade Mam, Tuftie Rugs, fatcy ad white checked Mat
ting of all kinds, and will be receivuigtegulariy (ruin the
manufactures all new styles, which Uiey will sell bv Ibe
piece only at very low prices.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO. -ang'M
p B Nos. 7 ami J 1, Public Square. T
MEDICAL CARD Da. J. N. i'sSb-ijlAN lias re"
timied fiom Euroiie mid will lesume tbe practice of
his profession, office as heretnliire on Sprirg street, opposite
the Ejiisco;ial Cliurch. Particukrattentiou given tochronic
diseases and surgical cases.
Oh'ce hours torco uidtatioa from S o'clock to 10. A. M.
and from 2 to 4 P. M. , ocCJ- -lm
1foiOrENT.-;viits-r ItPr;: rtrtui to
" RENT forthe next year, nine miles frmn Nashville,
130 acres cleared ; some cboie frnit trees and a cliance to
cut and haul one or two hundred eords of trod. Cnre
nient to a good Turnpike. Altply to
R. A. BAUiOWF,
oct28 General Agent. No. 17 Deaderick Siteet.
LANGHORN A AJUIISTE.VD. I0O PAt'K
ages of Langborn A Anmstead's superior Chewing To
bacco, jiat received and fbrsa'e by
octM JOHNSON. HORNKA CO.
DR. P. S. WOODWARD.- Omee So. t Clmrr
street, three doors north of Church street, boa on hand
Vacine Mattel of the very best (jnaliiy, which he will sup
ply to the profession generally. octt;- lv
DTl. T.L. BRYAN resjiectlully otters In service to
thccltixens of Nashville in tbe practice of Medicine,
and especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. OS
fieu on tbe comer of Union and Sumsier streets.
STAR CANDLES 5o boxes Slar Caudles, receivl
ed per Shipper, and for gale low by
oct20 MeCREA A TERRASS.
GHEESE100 boxes just received perlfclpir and
forsalelowby octao JIcCREA ATERIt.sS.
KENNETT A0LE. 50 barrels of ibis celebrated and
popular Ale in store and &r sale low br
McCREA & TERRASS,