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" -SATURDAYMORNLNG, OCT. "20, '1853.
' PENITENTIARY LABOR.
s'-v By special request, G. P. Am est, Esq.,.. will 3e
liver an address at tho Elysian Grove Cliurcb, this'
evening, at early candle light. Subject: the abo-
1'iion of Mechanical Labor in the State Penitdtv
tiary. All who feel an interest in this important
matter arc expected and invited, to attend.
BSPORT OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE NASHVILLE
- AND CHATTANOOGA HAUJIOAD;
"Wc publish to-day, the report of Col. Stkvehsojc
Presidcnt or the IN. & C. IL R. qompany, -which
vill be highly interesting to. the Stockholders, and
our recders generally.
Tho news per Niagara, in.our telegrapluc column
will bq ibuilii miurcsting. This news has been duo
lor two days, but owing to the lines being down
bi'twceu Uardstown and Glasgow, it was not re
ceived until late last night It will be feen that
tl ere is a prospect of war. Where is Kossuth and
Ills muskets? TJie telegraph announces that ho was
looked for in Paris, but could not be found.
THINGS IN NEW YORK.
A Woman's Alliance was formed on Monday at
U ic vegetarian establishment on Laight street, liav-
H'g tor its object the encouragement of tcrbperance
Mr. Wji. B.tnn, one of the founders of the Xeyy
York Life and Trust Company, died omthe 17th
inst, in the rCthyearof his age.
: i The oneninr session nf iht nVmwsirv nf Yo"
. 1 ork commenced on Monday night, with an ad
dress from Prof. Draper, President of the Faculty
The hall was crowded in every part. On the fame
eveninpsjl'rof. Smith delivered the opening lecture
before the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Tlic new " Cooper .House," an elegant hotel on
Broadway, was opened on Monday.
The schr. S. SL Townsem), from Malaga, with
"new fruit, arrived in port on Tuesday. ' This is the
j. first arrival of fruit this reason. 1
Dr. William?, Assistaut Bishop of tho Protest
rant Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut, delivered the
annual address belore the Historical Society of".
that denomination, in the chapel of St. George's
Church, on Tuesday evening.
The trial of the owner and officers of the ill
fated steamer Henry Clay, was commenced on
Tuesday, in the U. S. Circuit Court
HEALTH .OF MOBILE.
1ioAdeerlier, of Saturday, the 22dinstant, says
We deeply regret to note the fact, that there has
again been an increase of mortality. The whole
number of deaths for the last 7 days has been 5S, or
10 more than fer the week previous. The record
now stands ns;fblows:
We are not wll informed on one subject, but our
i " impression is that but few of the residents recently
' returned havo been sick. The number of such,
however, is small; and it is st'll prudent for those
who aro absent to delay their return et a little
longer, unless urgent reasons require their presence
in the city.
C.Mti'KT roi: the PmaiuEXT's House. The Ed
ingburg Xews describes a magnificent carpet just
.. completed by Templeton fc Co., Miland, Glasgow,
to order for the White House. This carpet is of the
patented Administer fabric, and is tlic largest ever
made by Messrs. Tmnpleton, being eighty feet in
. length by forty wide. The portion woven in the
l(.om without scam is seventy-two feet by thirty
one, and the remainder consists of a handsome
border, sewed on. The " filling in" is a ruby and
crimson damask, with three tasteful medallions in
1 "ie centre, aiid rich comer pieces to correspond;
the medallions are filled with boqucts of flowers,
designed and executed with exquisite taste. The
entire piece weighs up wards.of 3' ton, and its value
is between 150 to 500 sterling $2,400. '
Buxawav am MiiucuLocs Escape. On Friday
last, as two gentlemen and a lady were going to
Cincinnati from Kentucky in a buggy, over the
Alexandria road, their horse took fright when
iibout two nriles back of Newport, and becoming
unmanageable, jumped down a precipice thirty Jeet
in depth, and wonderful to relate, not one of the
.party was, in (lie least, injured. The lady had her
t ar-ring mashed from her ears, and every comb in
her head broken to pieces, but t-ho escaped with
. but a slight bntise on the arm. Neither of the
gentlemen were scratched. The buggy was liter
ally torn to atoms, but the horse was unharmed.
Finn Lvsurasce. The New Yoik Tribune very
justly says: Insurers cannot be too careful in as
certaining the character of offices in. which they
make insurances. While there are some offices in
which losses are paid promptly and without diffi
culty, there are otliers where every legal subter
fuge is made n-e of to avoid just payment. We
are glad to believe that the number of the latter de
' ecription is small, and a p'ropor degree of caution
' only is necessary in avoiding them."
How to Deplete the Treasury. A correspond
ent of the New Yoik Courier and Enquirer pro
.poscs that letter postage be reduced by Congress
to one cent, and a portion of the surplus funds in
the treasury be appropriated to make up the defi
ciency to the Postoflice Department.
Fast Line. It ls been decided to put on a fast
freight line between Baltimore and Wheeling, by
which, for a slight advance on the original tariff,
goods will be transported in '"double quick time."
The projict contemplates also, the carrying of
fecond class passengers, and probably emigrants.
Tiie attention of our city
frienJs is called to the advertisement of Bex. M.
Noll & Co., in to-days issue. They have in store
and are selling on accommodating term3, a large
stock of groceries.
A ConiosiTV. We yesterday saw an ear ofcorn
which measured 11 inches in length, aud weighed
.two pounds. It wa3 raised by Mr. Aldeuso.v, at
the Nashville Race Track.
Ri-m " Rise I' The Boston Herald says that the
distillers of that city, at their regular meeting on
Saturday morning, decided to raise their prices to
38a39a for rum, and CSaTQ for alcohol
J2? On Saturday the 20tli iust the citizens of
Montgomery county, Tenn., by a vote of 11 15 to
431, decided in fuvor of subscribing $2o0,000 to
"he Memphis, ClarksWlle and Louisville Railroad.
Tliere is now in the Sub-Treasury of New
York, lielongiug to the United States Govern
ment, eighteen and three-quarter tous of Gold
0r We notice that Capt G. W. Cotter, author
of the "Song of Steam," Sec, hn3 been divorced
from his wife, and restored to all the rights of an
unmarried man, by a decree of the Kenton circuit
E3JT" The 1'iek and the Plough tells of a riym
blcn raised at Hawosville, weighing one hundred
pounds) and measuring five feet in circumference.
Some pumpkins, that
Cox, tlie editor of the Ohio .Stotawrrm, an
nounces with tho utmost gravity that he once trav
cled fromPaijs to Constantinople with two ladios,
whoso only baggage was two carpet bags and him
self. Awful! , . ;
. .. ggr In the case, of GitatottE vs. tho Hudso'nrtv
cr Railway Compawy, for damages for injuries sus
tained by a collision of trains,, the jury gave the
.plaintiff $3,000 damages. ' t .;
Gavazzi is lecturing at Cinft'rjAati against
A steamboat or 18 tons burthen is plyipg
on the Big Sandy, commandeibby Capt YavcuaJi.
' ' 'SENATE MoiixiHo" pessiox.
Friday, Oct 2S.
Mr. Nixon- from the Committee on ...Claim?, re
commended the passage of the bill for tlie benefit
of A. Patterson. Concurred in, and b111as3ed.
Mr. Nixor, from the same committee, .'recom
mended the rejection'; of the bill for the. relief of
Daniel S. SetU& Concurred in, and bill rejected.
,Mr. Nave moved to amend the bill -to--extend
the jurisdiction of magistrates by. striking out $500
and inserting 250, The amendment wasrpjected.
Tho Senate refused to concur with the.rcport of
the Judiciary Committee, recommending the rejec
tion of the bill, -anil the bill wr-Jaid onthc table.
The Senate concurred in thaainendment of tho
House to the resolution fixing too time forthe elec
tion of State Treasurer next Tuesday. "
The message from the Governor, dominating
Bank Directors, was taken up. s- o
Mr. Perkins spoke in high terms of the nominee
from Williamson county, Col. John McGavoclc
Mr. Frazer spoke favorably olMhe business qual-'
ifications of the nominees from -Smith and Sum
ner, .Messrs. Tompkins and Cardwcll.
Mr. Heid said the. nominees from Davidson coun
ty were all gentlemen of capacity nnd- business
Mr, IlocERTSOJrljelievcil thapublic vrere-pretty
well acquainted with the. Director IroaTliis'a'istrict
Hon. Cave Johnson. - - f . ."" "
The nominations were uninintSlVly cSnfirmriL
Mr; P.KAGAK .offered resolution to elgCtJudge
fir the '3d circuit onthe 31st inst; jvhich ,was
adopted. . "
Mr. Reid, introduced, .,
A Bill to amend an act passed 24, Feb. 1S52, en
titled an act to incornoratj the United Firenlan'-?
.InsiiranccCompany of Nashville..,' f
J Mf. Perkixs introduced."' "'-
A Bill to amend the Internal Improvement bill.
Mr. Hall introduced, t. J&s
a. AJiu 10 esiauisirthe Uhaucery lis(nct.w
Mr, BEin iutrodueed. i . "i . I
A Bill to authorise James. H. Hager & G. W. Chart-
ton to construct a dim across the main channtl of
Stones River. , t
Mrl Bowles introduced, , .,,
A Bill far tlie benefit of Widows and Mil a
Mr. Kogers introduced. " '
A Bill to amend the ivvenue laws of the Stale.
Mr. Carriceb introduced, "
A Bill, to amend the 13th Section of an act to es
tablish an Insurance Hospital in this State na3sed
February 5, 1818.
"' . i'A';t l UOCSE-FokkxobsSEssioi!''-' -
Fkioat, Oct 28.
TjiaHouse mctpnrsuant to adjJurnment
; Prayerby the Rev. Dr. W'adswortiiM;
Mr. Trj.ii-LEpresQnJe.d.a petition for the relief of
UalJwm, ol Hancock county. Jiead and
referred to Committee on Claims.
Mr -McKnight presented a petition from citizens
of Rutherford' on tlie subject of the county line be
tween the counties ot ituthertord and trilliauisorj.
Read and referred to Committee on New Counties
aud County Lines.
Air. brfcEs, one of the Committee on tho Judicia
ry, made a minority report on the sutiec!, of the
amendments to the Constitution.
Mr. FAniuxcTON, also, made a minority report on
the same snbjoct Both read and ' laid on the ta
ble, aud ordered to be spread upon tlie journal.
JJr. brKES, one ol the louit Select committee, to
whom was referred the question whether the
amendments to tho Constitution had been ratified
by the people or not, Lc, reports that they have
been adopted or ratified by the people so far as
to the election of Judges and Attorneys Gene
ral is concerned, with his reasons, vc. Received,
laid on the table and ordered! to bft spread upon
Ihe morning business not bcinc through, Mr.
Bltord moved to suspend therule, for the purposo
of taking up the message of the Governor on nom
inating Bank Directors. Motion failed; and after
several unimportant motions the House adjourned
until 2 o'clock P.M.
UOUSE Evexikc Session.
The House met pursant to adjournment
Mr. Ticks introduced a resolution to allow J. II.
Leuty forty-eight dollars for eiyht days services in
organizing the House. Rule suspended and 'Reso
lution adopted. I'- . .'
ilr. Lane introduced a resolution to ux tho time
of the meeting of the House for the remainder of
'Mr. Lamd introduced a bill to protect the owners
of Real Estate in the Towns aud Cites in this State;
read and passed first time.
ilr.- vsx introduced a bill to repeal a part ol
an act entitled an act to establish a Chancery Court
On motion tlie House took a recess of five min
utes preparatory to meeting the Senate i:i Conven -tion.
Tlie Convention met pursuant to adjournment,
and proceeded with the unfinished business, (being
the election of fcenator,) and on the hrst call to-day
(being the thirty-eighth call in this election) Mr.
Bell received 44, Mr. Johnson 32, and Mr. Nelson
On" the tweiitv-umth call Bell 41, Johnson 30,
On the fortieth call Bulh44. Johnson 23. Nel
son 20. - - "
On the fortv-first call Bell -11, Johnson 20, Nel
son 23. . .
On the forty -second call Bell 4i, Johnson 30,
On the forty-third call Bell '45, Johnson 20,
On the forty-fourth call Bell , Johnson ,
On the forty-firth call Bell 10, Johnson 30, Nel
On the forty-sixth call Bell 40, Johnson 32,
On the forty-seventh call Bell 47, Johnson 27,
Nelson 23. .
On the fortv-eighth call Bell 40, Johnson 27,
Nelson 20. " '
Ou the fortv-ninth call Bell 47, Johnson "31,
When the Convention adjourned until to morrow,
11 o'clock, A. M.
And on motion, the House adjourned until 9
o'clock, to-morrow morning.
General J.ut Delivery. There was a general
jail delivery Tuesday night from the county jail at
Raleigh, Tenn., and all the prisioncrs confined there
in, but two, made good their rscape. The two
who remained were Smith and Hill, under indict
ment for tlie murder of Mr. Davis, in Memphis last
spring, to be tried at the November terra. They
-ay the escape was made and affected by the pris
oners themselves, oue of their number, Franklin,
indicted for horse stealing, having eluded the vigi
lance or tlie keeper the evening before, when their
suppers were brought in, was left outside or the cell,
l.y means ora large knife and a broom handle, the
door was cut and die bolt sprung back, -giving all
the convicts an opportunity to work upon outer
walls. A hole was soon made large enough to give
them a Tree passage, and eight prisoners made good
their escape and arc still at large. They were un
der arrest and trial for murder, robbery, larceny,
and almost every other grade or crime. Hill is
very much indisposed, being confined in his bed,
and Smith, his partner in crime, would not leave
him, hut remained in the room until the jailor made
his appearance the next morning. Such fidelity
is a rare occurrence even among honorable men.
Another Arrest for Fraud on the Pension Or
nriE, We are glad to be able to state that the Com
missioner or Pensions, has succeeded in procuring
the arrest of James B. Jenkins, of Oneida Castle,
N. Y., quite a young man of very respectable con
nections, who is charged with participation in pro-
curin"' the forgery of affidavits in support or the
clainiof the heirs or Phineas Whitney, deceased,
a revolutionary pensioner. No money was ob
tained at tho Treasury by the forgery, as the Pen
sion Bureau discovered the fraud before making the
payment. Jenkins was the agent in charge of the
case. There i not a shadow of doubt as '4o the
fraud. It is supposed that otheis were implicated
in it, who are b-in' c'osely looked after, wc pre
sume. - It is thought that there i a regularly or
ganised gang ol' swindling agents m that part of
New Yo:k. The ar. s!s, prosecutibnsand convic
tions ol members of this vang which have taken
pkee oPlate, have probably put a stop to their op
erations for the time being, and there is a great
hopo that many uiQlc of them will be dealt with
as they deserve. l(Wi'tei SW.
The New'0;-leaii3 Dtila of the oth, has . tho fol
It will be seen by reference to our 'commercial
column that the foreign news produced quite an ef
fect upon our flour market yesterday, and that some
itwJee thousand barrels we're' sbld'aVatr'adyance . of
nearly jilycenti a barrel. Largfe purchase? of gun
ny'bags vere also made at 12 1-2 to'13 cents, allow
ing likcwiseaiiiniportaritarlvanc .
Egr- The New York Herald or the 21st.says:
Tlie panic in the stock market is -unabated, and
a further decline in prices was submitted to yester
day.' Breadstuff's also.' declined. Pork was in less
request, and lower. Treights remained -firm!
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN
Nkw Yop.iTjOct 27. The steamer 'Niagara ar
rived at NewJYork at midnight ' '
The Artie arrived out on tho morning? of the
12th. Her news had a favorable effect on ihe cot
ton market. Cotton recovered from the. decline
noticed in the last report. All qualities advanced
4tli except uileiior. .Brokers
rs quotations Orleans
-rl.Ttn C.3- "n.I
fiT. V i
iairG&: Middling ;"3a5' Fi
filing Cf; Fair Upland ; Middling 5153. Saks
cf the week 37,000 bales. Speculators took 3500
bales. Stock at Liverpool exclusive of shipboard
753,000 bales. '
The Paris correspondent of tho London T.mcs
says: that letters from Constantinople say that in
private circles the Eastern question is closely ex
amined at every point and the conclusion Is that
there is no escape from war. Russian agents are
actively engaged in Turkey sliriiiig the people uj
The Sultan announces that if the Russians do not
evacuate the Danubian Principalities within fifteen
days, he will consider war declared.
f he Sultan has invited the .French and English
fleets to Constantinople.
The Black Sea is free to all neutral vessels.
Corn is'now to be imported into the Papal States
free of duty.
The Emperor of Russia has authorized free im
portations into all ports for five years, for all mate
rial for equipping ships.
Paris, Oct. 15. The Police liave made search
for Kossuth at the house of Riff, a Hungarian, but
could not find him. ,
The Emperor Napoleon 13 reported to.bave said,
that unless Rusjia yields, war must be proceeded
with. ' :
BY L.AST NIGHT'S MAIL
Nortolk, Ya., Oct. 25. Tlie steamer Northern
Light jiut in hete to-day for coal and provisions.
She has 700 passengers with San Francisco papers
to tho 1st She brinw $ 1,500,000 in gold. Her
news is unimportant The maikets are dull and
favorable to buyers.
Bates from Utah are to August 25th. They state
that tlie Indians are very troublesome, committing
many depredations and murders.
John M. Bernheisel has been re-elected to Con--
gress by 1.2S0 majority.
Tho amount collected at San Francsco for the
relief of the New Orleans sufferers amounted to
Lieut Stevenson and Harke, of the Pacific rail
road survey, had returned to Los Angelos about
the middle of September. They examined the passes
of Gorgona and Capon, the foimer or which they
say possesses superior advantages for a railroad
route. They left for Tejoro on tho 21st, and ex
pected to reach San Bernadino early in October.
Capt John Yaldee, formerly of the IL S. coast
survey, had been murdered near Pulgu, by some
Mexicans. A portion of the murderers have been
A severe fight between the Indians and whites
had occurred near Jacksonville- on tho loth. T.
Phillips, formerly of Chester county, Pa., was
killed. The Indians lost 122.
San Diego dates of the 18th state that emigra
tion by the Southern route coutinues, and no diffi
culty is experienced in crossing the desert, owiug
to the abundance of water and grass.
PirrsBi'RC, Oct 2G. There wa3 a bloody riot last
night, three miles west of Washington. A party
of Connaught Irish, from the Steubenville Railroad,
passing along the National road to work on tlie
He'mplield road, were attacked by the liands em
ployed on section 20 or the said road, who are
Corkonians. In tlie melee two men had their skulls
broken, and were otherwise seriously injured, and
are not expected to survive. The military and a
posse or police were called out to-day, and 50 or
the ringleaders were arrested. The others made
good their escape. The prisoners are under strong
escort, and are now undergoing examination. There
13 great excitement on the subject
Baltimore, Oct. 20. The southern mail through
to Mobile is received, with Galveston dates to the
The yellow fever had been prevailing at Galves
ton, Houston, and other places.
Lieut Baker, U. S. A., died at Indianola. .
The Texas papers of the 2d say that there is a
continual movement of tlie U-. S. troops;on tho
The Indians have taken advantage or the removal
or the troops northwest or the frontier, and liave
The party ol' the Apaches charged with the mur
der of the California emigrants are confined at Fort
Cincinnati, Oct 20. Judge McLean's order, pro
hibiting the publication of the Martha Washington
trial, continues to excite great attention. The
Dady Sun set the order of tlie court at defiance, and
published a full report this morning. To-day J udge
ilcLean ordered the Sun reporter out or court the
latter had tiken his notes outside or the bar. The
proprietor of the Sun threatens a civil suit against
tlie Judge. O'he press of this city contend that the
order is unconstitutional and suiacks of despotism.
Pittsbukg, Oct. 2G. P. M. The river'is falling
with 22 inches water in the channeL The weather
is cloudy, indicating rain.
Cincinnati, Oct 2G, P. M. The river is station
ary. We had rain steady to-day.
Cincinnati, Oct 20, P. M. Tliere is nothing new
in the market.to-day; everything is quiet Igsare
fli good demaud for November delivery at 5; about
50,000 are contracted for so far.
SEW ORLEASS MAUKET.
Ccttox. Anived since the 11th instant, of Louisiana and
MisstMijipi, 14,41)3 bales, Teunesseeat'llT, Ai kaiiMis 001, J Mo
bile lit; together 18,124 bales. Cleared in the tame time
forLiierpuol bales, Barcelona 1131, Havre 1247, l'hil
adehiliia 2fl(i; fogetlier 4b'.1! bales. Stock in pi esse-, and
on fJiipboarJ not cleared on the 1 8th infant, bl,2G3 bales.
The Cotton market closed with great heaviness on Friday,
and with a.tendeucy to a further decline in prices, as the
demand was wholly inadequate to any sensible iinpresiun
upon the accumulating stock. Ou Saturday the market was
slill extremely dull, and tlie sales effected barely amounted
to I.'kW bales, at still easier prices. On Monday the market
opened again heavily, and only some few lots, amounting in
alt to about 'J00 bales, had been disioscd of, wueu the At
lantic's advices caused an entire withdrawal of buyers, and
left the market completely uta stand. Yesterday there was
literally no market, as only some two or three buyers ap
peared at all, and these merely for some small lots to fulliil
freight engagements, and the actual purchates did not ex
ceed 700 bales. True, there were some offers to an additional
extent, but these were ut so low a figure, compai ed with the
tiricea which have recently ruled (tliotiirh these have been
rather nominal than otherwise, especially for tho lower
grades, as no extensive sales could be made at them) that
Uclors weie not prepared to yield so sudden and marked a
di elm e. Under these circumstances we are constrained to
omit quotations until a more distinct rc-opeuing of the mar
ket shall mole fully develop its position, but we may re
mark that among the few hales yesterday, which were at ir
regular prices there were some that would indicate a de
cline ot fully a cent V lb from our last figures, and wou!d
make U cents .i very outside rate tor a slnct class ol Mid
dling. The offers, however, for round irorcels, to which w e
have alluded, were at a much greater decline, even for Mid
dling, while for the qualities below, of which there is an ex
cesMve and unusual supply for the jieriod of the season,
there is absolutely no market The business of the three
days suras up only 3100 bales, token for England, France,
the Continent, and the Sorth.
The receipts at this port since 1st September, (exclusive
of the arrivalsfmm Mobile, Florida and Texas,) are 72,410
bales, against 213,803 bales to euue date last jear; and die
decrease m the receipts at all the ports, up to the latest dates
as compared with last year, is 187,'JGO bales. In the exports
from the United States to Foreign Countries, as compared
with ihe same dates last year, there is a decicase of 27,720
bales to Great Britain, 42do to France, and an increase of
21S0 to other Foreign Forts.
Stock on liand September 1, 1853 bales
Arrived past three days 18124
Anived previously 0S037
Exported pasttlirec days 4891
Exported previously 20529-
Stock un hand and on ship board.. bales . 01,263
Tobacco The market remains inactive, and the only sale
of which wc are advised since our last report was 17 'hogs
heads reprised (luving been wet) at 6 cents J? lt. Holders
generally are firm, and wecontinuefonnerquotations, though
they are little more than nominal at the moment.
Jags Factory cents. . 5 CL'j4
" l'lanefs' SJfcC
Leaf Inferior p. GJC'
" Fair G?ifci"
' ChoiccSelections 8)g'ji
Arrived since the 11th Instant 5 hhds. Cleared in the
s inie time for Point al'etre, Guadaloupe, 107, Belize, lon
duras, 3, Philadelphia 32 tilxls. Stock in warehouses and
on shipboard not cleared on the 1 Sth instant 27,G02 hhds."
i Stock on hand September 1, 1853 hhds. 29,1C6
Arrived past three uavs .' - .
Arrived previously..! 2.S0& 2,814
. 142 .
; 4,236 457S
Exported past three days
Exported previously .
StocV on hand and on ship board . . . .hhdi . T
X 0. frke Current, 19M intt.
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,For.euturiwi Modtral feKirce'hss ben nn-acilns iho
vcjctablB and umifril."l''B,1,f'DiSllearetlorMineth!ii2Uiat
thualJ restore llie lostor itacjjinj,- enerlcior the nervoaj
oliitluospulir KJsK ra, without te Jrnwljici of aubaequent
pioslraU.m, Hbioa all sllinaUnts, Dnlcd, and nireV.tlcs bid
herntorjrecniailed. Tat oui8ihtr. fca beoo fouuJ. ltu
a vendible Droduu:too. broucLV from lUs stsrlla d
Arb a DieStimy.btlieceUliraicdi'rortijoril. Morse, well
r known !i il dlsiln:;ulsbed member of llic ltradia? cleullaa
suciclles of ibo Oil World.au J equaHy distmg5L.hsi ai a
physIclcii.aheicrtl.eiidalraTelcr. ine Juices rihl herb,
csnseDlralvil and comblued vrilli other x-gcUble medicinal
crtrjcl;, are iow Jiro jaclnj n-julti Iiereliiforo unheard of,
Inlhla nr?inVfllliMrinntrl. .At Zrl IB I. rorrtles sttrlhu.
ted toProt.MOH-SB-S IJVlGOi:,vmG KMXIHOK cuH-
lll.lli wcro deemed fabulous, me paunc onen uoccivea
coul.t not btlteve tie simple and sublime truths announced
bv the discoverer. l!ut racs, undeniab'e fieta attested by
wltneesesof the lilghe.!' ehuj and ihirattor, aro now ri-
umpbinr oror all doubis. IXCItRllUUrY is OVEit-
TIlaUV,a,bjji mats of te.tlcony which U perfectly trre-
5fa',x,Rr,U-.ed,M,,uaUeaJeS,,t0 .eplorable ev,,,
arUTrsfroui wuorMtuj ol the ramus crgaas wLUh
inatu up uimvpuaerrai machine called man. restores lu
fall tlirojery delicate funciiou counbCtod with that mjs
tertoasioraroand asencv cf matter and mild, l eccsMr to
there produttonoriiuiuuulKc. Topersoniof feeble mus
cular fiaroe, or eerlcieutln vital nwer, it n reeouiraended
ai the only mcaws ot cQmiaai-ieattDjt thai energy whtch is
nn-essir, tatUa proper ei'J,iyi;eut ot nil "h3 natural tppe
tUs, us welt as iho higher mental aiirlbutti. I:s beacQclal
cflVcti are n!HcoiitIned toelUiersexor to atykge. Thefee-
worn man of business
fs, tho hsilcs,eraei aloa oulh, the over
s, Ihovfctluiof ne:V"as Repression, tlie
lndtudual saeeil.iir ln,m "ene.-al dehlllf.. or from the
wcaknesofast!igleorsiu,witUIlVlndimaiedlato and per
manent rf lief rtoai the lii of th"uit.cottipaii4bM renovator.
ioiiioct navo a nreJiijcsiliOiitopare: jltwlll provo
tdy. fhoreare miny, .peihaps, -who havo io trifled wiih
their cousliuiuona, that they think themselves bevond the
retch of medicine. Iln&tcveuiheso dcp.lr. Tlie fcllxlr
deals with dbaaau as t. eUt, yri.hout reference to causes,
una n in uufcumi ri-iuuveme uiso'ueriiseii, oat
Kebuild thcUroUeu Constitution.
.The derangements ot tho system, leading to nervous dls
eases, aud the forms of nervous disease Hselt,ar9 so burner
ous that it would require a column to onumcrale the mala,
dies fur which thi. prepandlou Is a tiecIIU. A few. how
ever, raay be enumerated, viz: neuralgia, t!c dctereauv,
headache, Incip'.ei.t paralss, hrslcria, palpitttioa of the
heart, spluat slfect;ous, muscular debility, tremors, flatu
lence! a nrlckinz sensation in tae flesh, nuiubuess . torntditv
of the liver, meuial depression, weakness pf the will, indls-
poiTllon to move, laiuiiie.suni-rc.icra.-, uroseu sleep ana
icrnijinp uraams, iiisoiui m ri'muin mono pisceorpoal
tion. weakness of llr- I'n cnntive crsmis. n.-iaul Incnuini
tancy, melancholy, mvnorn..nla, H ior-ttUui, sinking at the
stjmacn,rdmaie liregiiiarmes, a enrouc tendency to ml
carriage, emaciation, and all comp'alnts growing out of a
free Indulgence of the passions, and all barrenness that
does not prjcctdfiom organic eauses beyond the reach of
Whenever the organs to be acted npon are frco from mal
formation orstrictiir.il diseases it la aTorrcd that ,
tforse'sli-.vigornting Elixir. ?
will replace weakness wilh strength, incapicity with eCclen
cv. lrreeularilv wilh un form and natural activliv. and this
notonl) without hazard of roacion, but with a happy effecu
on tne genera: orgautzauu. y - near iu minu tnat an
rnalafltes, wherever they begin, finish "tviih the nervous sys
teai,and that the pari!izati.n of the nerves o! motion and
sensation is physical death'. Hear iu mind alio, that for eve
ry kind of nen jus disease the Ktlxlr Cordial is the only re
liable prepatbtion known.
fcCurc of icrvous Disen-ics.
So language can convey an sdeqaate Idea of the lmmcdi.
ateand almostrairaculous change which it occasions In the
distased, debilitated and shattered nervoussystem, whether
broken down by excess, weak by nature, or Impaired by sick
ness, the ungtrungand rolaxedorgamzatlonUatoncebraeed
ro-vivirlcl and built up. Tto meutal a.n 1 phjsical tymtoms
of nervous disease vaulsh together under Us influence. Xor
isthe rlfect tempniarj; on the contrarj , the rellel is perma
nent, for tlie cordial properties of the medicine reach the
constitutionlUelf, undrestord tt to Us norma' condition.
Well May the prepaiat'on bo calledtho '
of the nineteenth century. It is, as theilrstsclentllicnianin
the world would havo admitted, Unit miracle of medicine
heretofore supposed to havo no existence.
A Stimulant (hat Kntnils fto He-Action.
Its force Is ncyf rexpapded, as Is tharase with cplnm, alco
holic preparations, and all other excitants. Ihe effect of
these Is brief, aud it mi; well be said of him who lakes ihcin,
"The laatstateof that man is vorsu than the first " Bat the
Elixir is an exhllerantnlthnut alnle drawback safe inits
operation, perpctualin its happy Influence upon the cetves,
tliemlud,and the emiro organization; it will also remove de
pressions, exriiemsnt, ateiidmiY to biuth, sleeplessness,
dudikoorsocIet7,ii:cipacity lor study or l.uslnci. '
Iioss of memory,
Confusion, giddiness, ruth of bioQd to the head, melancholy,
mental debilitv . hysteria, w retchcdnc.s, thoughts of self de
struction, fear of Insanity, hjpochoudriais,dyspepsia gene
ral prostration, lrriiamiuy, nervousness, mammy to suep,
diseases lnclilent to females, decay of tho piopogaUugfunc
tliins,hjsteria, monomania, vajua terrors, palpitation nf the
heart. iiuiotency. coustiuatioa, e'e, etc.. from whatever
cause arisingit Is, if there isany reliance to be placed on hu-
ian testimony, aosointeiy lpiauiuie.
A Grent 3l2dicine for Female,
Tho unparalleled c;fets of this great restorative. In all
complaints incident to females, mark a new era in the an
nals ofrnclle'mo. Tlisasands of stimulants have been in
vented thousands of lnvlgorants concocted all purporting
tibe siveciftel in the various diL.aaes and derangements to
which tnedellrate formation of woman render heritable
Tnc result has hereto'ore been uniform. These nostrums
have tedcel irrp-irted a momentary vivacity to the nervous
9)stem, a transient tnd dolus ve vigor to the muscles; but
this tlish of relief his been succeeded by a depression and
prostration greater than before, and ftm end has too often
oeea utter to ncrJl'ZOthorcenpcralivc powerof thonerres
and the vlialorganizatlon,aud dually to uestroy tlie unasppy
Jlorc's Invigorating Klixir.
lsprescutodas a phenomena In the materia mcdica hitherto
nnhear4 of a stimulant without a reaction.
The herb1 whu-r. farms Its main ingredient, has been ad
mitted by all thegrcalmeSlcal and panrmacvntieal ins itu
tions of Europe to belri this resjioet ml generis Dr. Morse,
whosename is an yndispatcd authority In sciences, discov
ered taeproduetion in Arabia, where his attention was exci
ted bj" the wocderfully Invigorating effects it pr duced upon
iho nnlivcs. Infict the wnudciful nowerof endurance, the
exhaustlcss vigor exhibited by the Arab, of both sexes, in
their desert pilgrimages, is attributable to the use of ibis vi
talizing herh. ' ' 'i
'An appeal is made to
Ever' Woman of Sense,
who suffers frovi weakness, ddrangemout,. nervousness, tre
mors, psinsin the back, orany other disorder, whetherpeeu-
liar toner ox, or common, in both sexes to give the Invigo
rating (Joriiiai a trial.
orrdhers,wlll find this Cordis! after they have used abottle
or two, a liiorougu regenerator oi ,ne ssiem. luaiioirec-tior-s
aro tobe loan 1 the happy parents of healthy offspring,
whowoald n&thave been co,bul forthis extraordinary prep
aration. And it is ennally potent fr the many diseases for
hich it is recommended. Thonssnds of younsr men have
been restored by uslag it, and cotln a single instance has It
failed to benefit them.
Persons of l'alo Complexion,
or consumptive habits, are rcstoredb) theuseof abottleor
two to bloom and vigor changing tlieskln from apalc,jel
low, sickly color, to a beautiful florid complexion..
To the JiHgnuieu, ;
These areomeofthe sad and melancholy e)Tc's produced
by early habits of youth, viz. weakness of tho back and
limbs, pilnsin tho head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular
pow er, palpitation cf the heart, dyspersls, pervouairrltabil
itv, derangement of the digestive tuuctions,geneial debility,
symptom-cf consumption. Ac.
Mentnlly,thc fearful effects on the mind are much to be
dreaded. Lossof.memory, confusion of Ideas, depression of
nirlt evil fore-boding, avcreloii to sm iety self distrust.
lnveofolitnde-.tiniidity,4c , are jomuof the evils produced.
All thus altiicieu
Ilclorc Contemplating Mnrriage.
should reflect that a sound mind mid body aro the mostnec-
essary requIM-.es to promote connunin nappiness; indeed,
without these, the .'ourney through life becomes a weary pil
grimage, the pro'pect hourl darkens the view; the mind be -comesshalo'ie.l
with despair, and idled with the melancholy
reflection that the happiness ol another becomes blighted
with your own.
J'uiPiits anil (tmrdians.
Arc often misled "wilh resrect to the causes end sources of
dlseasesln their snnsrnd ware's. ' How ofien do they ascribe
toothercausesof wasting of the frame, idiocy, madness, pai
p' talion of tho heart, Indigestion, derangement of the nr
voussvstem, cough ami smptoms indicating consaniption,
whenthetruthts, thatthey Lave been iudulgingina perni
cious thongh allnring practice, destructive both to mind
Dr. Morsv's IviooRiHso Cokdial has been counter
feited by some unprincipled persons. . , H
In future all thbgcniiliie Cordial will have the proprietors
fsc-slmlle pasted over the cerk nf each bottle, and the fol
lowing wordsbloun lnth.i glass
DIC. MOUSE'S INVIOOKATING CORDIAL,
O. H. RING, PROPRIETOR, X.Y."
fTp Tho Cordial.is put up highly concentrated, Impint
Prick $3 00 per bolllettwo for S Cor six for$12 00.
C. II. Rh5. PROPRIETOR. ''
lfll Rroadway.Xew York.
Sold by Dm mists throughout the Unltsd .States, Canada
and West Indies, an 1 also by1 W. V. CRAY, successor" to
I'artwrightd: Armstrong, corner of Market and II road tracts,
Sashville,Tcnnes-.ee, pneta; d w&ICm.
'II AT.I.OII AN'S ALIIAAIKIIA
4S Cherry Strut, offKV Cxyier'x fittilding.
rpIIE above establishment is now open to the public'
X and in a siyie uemonsiraiing 10 inose wno
call tliat there is nothing left undone. The bar is
stocked with the finest ines, Liquors, Cigars, etc. etc
and the Restaurant is so arranged that the guet may
rely on' the luxuries of the season being properly
served up. In fact, his arraneetnents are complete.
and he hopes to enjoy tome patronage. The above depart
ment will be under tfie immediate superintendence of Mr.
J. S. Bkhtou, the undersigned himself devoting his entire
atte tion to the Cti 'miat and general supply departments.
Continual experience of the l.iit fifteen years in some of '
the first houses iu New Yoik. Philadelphia, Baltimore and
this city serves to make bin; i f opinion that he can con d net 1
a house to meet the wishes of a "rood custonv
-Jr3-LTJNCll every dayrroni 14-Uil24, and atnight
from-ffto'12 ocIock. W. 0. 1IALLORAN,
octll lm Proprietor.
'Ai,iiA3in!:A siiootinc: :alleuy."
THE nbovo Gallery is now in full blast, and fully an
swermgfhends for which' it was established, viz : A
place cf genteel and innocent amusement; it is well con
structed, and has alrc-idy opened a new era in our city
amusemonts. Tbe gallery itself is one of the finest in the
Union, having a large room attached ; herein will be found
the prominent newspapers of the day, for those who prefer
reading to practicing on the gallery. Gentlemen, call and
.-. : W. O. HaLLORAN Proprietor.
P.S. A basket of Champagne will be opened to the gen
tleman ringing the bell the greatest numberof times in suc
cession between now and New Year's Dav, M.
THE BEST 0? EOOTo AIID SHOES ABE ALWAYS THE
CHEAPEST. - n
OHARLES S.VYEUr5; corner of Market and
Union streets, wotdd wy to his customers and &&
the public thai he btill contiuues to manufacture all
kinds of Boots and Shoes at the sliortest notice and of good
materials. Ho has soir on 1 and a large htoctc of the above
named articles, hoth heavy and light, of the latest fashion,
of his own make, which he offers for sale at as low prices
as tlie same quality can be purchased in the city. All he
asks is to give him" a call and bo convinced that it is to the
interest of theuycr to encourage home industry. Healso
makes to order and keeps on hand a superior article of La
dies Shoes, suitable for fall and winter wear.
P.S. Re airing done at the shortest notice. and on, rea
aonable terms; U ' - 'wo' :oc(f-r-3m)
QTATtCII. 69 boxes Fox's Pearl Starch.
For sale by
II. GORDON A CO.
THE iSD?02IUK OF PASHI0K.
fftt. ATT-l T.f-t
Paris Importeil l!oi;nct., Jlillinerr, ic.
PALL FASinOXS FOU 1853. .
500 TAIfOY B0NN5TS.
WE would rei)ectlull infomi tlie Ladies of town
arnt country that we wiU, on Tue.-dav morning, tLo
4ih, whlbit for tLeir especial benefit, the lar?etanri mM
H -r "i-,
iani, , i p7. S10 Goods. Pcrfumcriej, Em-
. ir.rjT- . , ' v"",ls0-. comnnsni(ripii whi wurth.
I , ,, aijxrteil a great art direct trom Paris, our nrices
I "all l loirer than anjr of the boxed up millenerradver.
vertned ns llsbiunable andprofessin?tobi o(.i
I Our long engsmtnt in tl,9 h,,n no-vi , "'
SashTille, and doing a rery extsrsivTbu"mei rrruT
I ,r ,T(, .v;sh vnnr r, ;
. i - , ," kikhi e
, . ' - ever mis Ull, for
the street, bills and weddings, having ladies ot superior
good taste from England, France and Sew York, to assist
ns iu our establishment! We hnveaddcd to our stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods ot less than auction prices, a fine
stock of Mantillas, "Woolea Cirats, Caps Ac., rich Muslin do'
Lanes and Cashmieresat 25, 30 and 3 cents per Tard. u
peiior Merinos st SOc. worth lJi";ricli NeedlewuTtguod,
Chemizetts, Infants Kobcs, I'ointed Cottars, Uuderseeves
llandk's, beautifully embroidered, at 1-2.J to 1,75, cheap at
S.50 to 5.00. Likewise, a large stock of Fancy Goods and
Trinraiinga. Having a largo stock this fall, oiir object U
make small profits and large sales, giving the purchaser
advantage of good CariraiiH.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, So. 4G, Union Street,
next to the State Bank.
E. WISE, '
oct 4 Cm Agent
THE RAILROAD CIRCUS!
And Crystal Amphitheatre !
SEATING FIVE THOUSAND PERSONS. Willi a se
lection of Pel formers from the European and Ameri
can Circuses and Hippodromes, expressly for this colossal
enterprise, with more Novelties and Talent than has ever
before been offered by a travelling Company, will exhibit in
NASHVILLE, (corner of Locust and Market streets.! on
MONDAY EVENING, OctoberSlst.,and P.M. P. 31.,
each subsequent day.
Admission 150 cents; children half price.
Amorgthe distinguished Aitists are the following, who
now first make a tour of this country:
M'llz Rosa, the most beautiful and expert Female Eques
trian the Prufea-iou has ever produced.
Donna lsinrxia. the celebrated Spanish mistress of the
horse, with her beautiful thorough. bred Pyrenean Mares,
Countess Montejo mid Queen Christina.
Le Jkl-.nk Ut'RTX, the Hoy Hero, confessedly the most ex
traordinary Equestrian on either Continent.
lltiin Ci'istx, AIaitue ALKNTixi, and Mons cor t.LUEUE,
the famous European Hipiodrome Peifmwers. in ih(c
three most exciting Ftats of the Hippodrome 18 Perch
Equipoise, La. Trapuze, and Spirited Chariot Contest.'
DaxSione, the celebrated New Orleans Clown the ac
complished gentleman and skillful Uider, and Piquant Wit,
with hU ltallct aud Pantomime Troupe, producing every
night the thrilling Equestrian Puntouiimc entitled The
licsides these, there are Messrs. H. P. Madicax, Wil
liams, II. Y, Nicupls. Sam Kciite, Vi na, Lovtrr, M iss Makv,
Pacune, and MaiioututTTi, and ilAiTr.cs, Jamis, and
Myers celebrated Drass Heed and String Band consti
tute Ihe Orchestra.
The StmJ of trained Trick and Manage Horses, are
the most beautiful and obedient that have ever been seen
in this country. ocl5 tf
ME.1IBEKS OK THE IE( IS L AT UJl E
And the numerous Strangers sow visiting the City
ARE resiiectfullv invited to call and examino WATEK
FIELD A WALKEll'S Aiie SluU Preu JIvU fur V.t
Tlie style of Hats issued b7 this Establishment has alwavs
taken the lead; manufactured from the finest material, ol
superior finish and faultless design, imncrvious to rain and
atmospheric changes; their Uats challenge competition with
the Hats of the Season.
WATERFIELD A WALKER'S
octl City Hat and Cap Store.
If your Jleadis difficult to Fit Call and have the
shape and size accurately taken by Waterfield A Walker
IreneJt Cranumider, tlicy a e dairy manufacturing Hats to
order by this valuable machine, and in all cases produce au
easy and comfortable fit.
octl WAlKKtlriljI) i VAI,h.ht.
Onr Fancy Department Comm-iVcs Ladies Biding
lists, of the latest designs. Childien's fancy Uats and Cans
of all the latest styles of the Season; all of which we shall
sell at our usual moderate prices.
octl WATERFIELD A WALKER.
rpO 3IEKC11AN'T.S.-Merchants tho wish to pur
I chose a select assortment of Uats and Cans should call
at Watertield & Walker's their assortment is new and va
ried, and their prices low and uniform.
WATERFIELD & WALKER,
Fashionable natters, No. 20, west side Public Square, next
to uowdey s. , octl
Xo, 7, TS'orth College Street,
"TTTOULD lxspectfully inform Druggists, Merchants,
YV Physicians and Manufacturers, that thev have
again commenced the Drug business in the new building
on Colleire. near Church street, and intend confining them
selvestoihe WIIOLESALK TRADE. Their stock is near
ly entirely u fresh one, and they are determined to make
both the prices and qualities satisfactory. They offer for
sale low for cash or on lime to punctual men
040 gallons Deal inter sperm un;
&00 " " Tanners' Oil;
IOCS pounds Indigo, of prime quality;
143 do Madder. " "
G30 do Extract of Logwood in small boxes;
40 do Cochineal;
C,5 do Muriate ofTin;
1500 do Alum;
1400 do Retined Salpetre;
1000 do Epsom Salts; . . .
550 do Gum Camphor; -. '
7500 do Sup. Carb. Soda;
t0Gro.M'Lanes Vetmifuge; -.'-' ;
10 do M'Lane's Liver Pills;
20 do Fahnestock's Yennifiige;
100 doz. Mustang Liniment;
100 Gro. wood bov Matches;
830 dox. Mason's Blacking;
230 m. G. D. Caps;
1000 pounds Red Lead drv;
800 do White do do;
j:00 do I,ethaiye;
160i) do Eng. Venetian Red;
200 bush. Kentucky Blue Gras Seed;'
45 boxes Bonn's Scotch SnuB", in packages;
. 24 do Garrett's do do; '
60 doz. do in bottles; , ,
43 do MaccaboySnnir, in cot; . '
lOoOlbs. " " in jars and bbls;
COO boxes WindowGIass assoiled;
4000 lbs. Pnttv;
ISO pounds i'carl Sage;
110 do Tapioca;
C50 do Gum Arabic;
r-f, dox. Cod L'ver Oil Rnshton, Clarke i Co's;
CO do Seidlet's Powders, in t:n boxes;
3G do Soda; " "
CO pounds Calomel, English and American;
10 do Hydriodate ofPotash;
215 do Spirits Nitric Aether;
CO do Aqua Ammonia;
20 do Sqr. Iodida of Iron;
Schsefielin.s Extra Powders and Extracts;
Physician's Pocket Cases of Instruments, of various styles;
Physicians' Pocket Cases of Vials a large varity;
Amputating, Dissecting, Lythotoniy, Trepanning and
Midwife Instruments, in cases;
Medicine Chests a variety of styles and sixes.
Feathers, Beeswax, Ginseng, Flaxseed, Ac., taken
at the highest market rates. foetid tf
1 OLD LEAF
AND FOIL. lo ounces Abbey's
T best Gold Leaf; 15 Packs best Gold Leaf. Received
and for sale low by
oct20 EWIN BU0T1IKRS.
ZINC "WHITE PA1NT.-K0 kegs received and for
sale low. This article is said to be much superior lo
White Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in exposed
situations, and all the purposes to which the latter is applied
and costs but little more. It is coming largely into nse in
the eastern cities. oct20 EWIN BROTHERS.
SO. 2D .t 31, SOUTH MARKET STREET, JTA3nVII.I.E TENX,
GENERAL COMMISSION, EECErVTNG,
AND FOItWAllDINC; MERCHANTS.
And Receivers nnil Dealers in Cotton,
Keeps on hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac;
AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe
ral cash advances on the same for shipment.
Nashville. Oct 0,1553 wAtw.
AUCTION SALE OF GKOCEBIES.
BY MORRLS" STRATTON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31,
1553, we wdl sell in front of our Store, withoutrcserre
for CASH, a very large and well assorted lot of GROCE
RIES, LIQUORS, Ac. Ac JI0RKIS 4 STRATTON.
p m -m m ;
iuc ra xancv uonncls, ana new st leS or Krab d
Itelsnade and oilier styloj of Straw Bonaels ever opened at
riasrrrille or m W'i t i A. ,r..i
On Tuesday, Wednesday rind Tlinmday-,
Xn.'r lStiltl oU ia, 153.
TO CI.05B OUT COXSIGSilEXTS.
XTTE w"II soli at anciibrj, on TUESDAV. "EDSEHDAY !
tr illiAt,iovj!nilr 15th, lfith and IT
Comprising tho greitobt variety-, Ijtdicn Dress Goods,
Woolens, Xtut&, omen Sail Geritleiueu's Wear, superior
black aud coloi ed T illed French Moths, and IJoe Skin Cas
simeres, new style Paucy Cussimere-S Mottled fassimere!
black, blue, cadet und mixed Satinets, Faiicr Maid do. of
i ,l,e?is.' ilariiwJaiies. black, blue, grey and
guld-niixed d.ibruTtit nilr.l '!;. J.m hu.t-
Silk and &iUp esting.. Chmere and Velcenne dlx,
Fieuch Vest Shatws. bLiet Sill- ..r :
black and colmA Tabby Velvets, higls c?or7j Oa-vMmeres,'
CVhrneresde Cim. Muslin tUltJ! .l tn.:j.. .-J?
toa Clotl. Sohdcaloreii Muslin de line, all tviwl'rwjch
and English merinos, Silk warp Alpacca, rich lustre I5n
cade AllBccas, fane.v colored Alpaxca, silk fitrured Lama
uoil;, extra (M Cashrnei-e-s gloist, brack lostering Silks
oi miwiuiiisianccjjloredilks. Dress Silks of neivMvte
7- ii r i j -i "-"'tn in, i ancyi anscuic es-
tinjr, Uamtbado. Uonnet llibbonsot great variety, new styles
ana superior qnalitr .black, and colored 3Ianlua Kibbiins,
v..L. ...... . w'uu, j-icvii ruiu uiue jserage, I
... V. . t - tuiix uiuu remge,
MiK t.ioves ok ail quainios, 1,10m uioves Heeced lined,
I loice Mitts, and Gloveifof nil the dilfcreot priced ana quail
itirA Black and colored Castmere, Aloacco, Lawns, Wool
aim jienuu iiosu aim nun j.ose, uiacx, reu, Diue, yellow
and fancy colored Prints of every variety; four q'uarter
double purple and English Prints; Furniture Prints, Tur
key Ked da, "Cashmere do, new style English tla;
blecched Muslins and Drillings of all qualities aud widths;
brown Muslins aud Drillings of all widths; blue, drab,
red, green and marble Ulankcts; large stock of Jled Blan
kets, Crib Blankets, steamboat' beith do, heary grey,
brown and white Mackinaw Blankets, Dutll dominion
tinned da, 1 'laid Alpaca ttrav&ung) Ittankets.
woolen Comfons, aud ihe gieatest vanetv of Trimmings
and Lace work, w bite goods of all qualities, Swiss, Nain
sook, Book and Mull Muslins, Jaeouett Oambric. Crocs.
b.-.neJ Muslins, white and colored. Cambric, Needles
Pins, Silt, Linen uud Cotton Tlireads, Buttons for Over
coats. dres.s cixits. innts and vcsti. Braids. Tapes: Ac. Ac
AI 500 cases Beaver, Silk.Moleskia mid.VngoUlIaUi,
Kossuth andIexicaa soft lists, block, white-aud colored; 1
black and colored wool Uau, large stock of Caps of every I
variety, Umbiellas,of all the thlfetent sizes and qualities; !
new fall style auK Jjounets, trimmeU; iraveilmg Ugs,
Carpet do., Satchel, Har-4n-are, t'utlerv. Paper, Ac Ac
The stock is tho largest e er offered iu tfus market, and will 1
be sold freely. Several Urge cuotigmoent uhieu we bare i
instructions to cIumx The latest st vies of French and other I
continental comnrae a I aim nortfou
of this stock, which ;
will be sold withuut 1 eserve. Terms Gberal.
DUNCAN. MORGAN A CO.
FUTURE SALES, ls5.
December Istli, 1 1th, and loth.
-V T AU'AKLE CITY I" JtOl'EUTY I'OK S A LE
Tlie undersigned being authorhexj bv a resolution of
the Board of Mayer and Aldermen of the Cfty of Nashville,
at iLs meeting ou tlie Mils instant, to ilipoje Jflbe,Ib!louing
Talmble property, to wit:
Lit. No, ss aid 21, on the west sfde cf Smother street.
fronting on vaid street W feet asd running Uo: 210 feet to 1
an alley, on whicti thetetsativtjstory mtltJKTEJiliJIE.NT,
occupied rtt present bv Wm. C. Hurt. Also, Lot No. 5M,
situateil on the wetsldecf Cherry street, south of Bioad
street, fronting on Cherrr street .vt fiet, and running back
lrJOfeet, on which there' are TWO TENEMENTS, one of
BRICK ondoneor WOOD. Tlie above kits will be divided
to suit purchasers. Pur a more partlenbtr description ot
said loti, reference can be made to Book No. 14, pages J05
and W0 in llie Ktg'istcr's othvee of Davidson county. ..
Tlie above proj-erty will be .--old at private sole at any
time between now arid the 17th. duv of December next, and
' if not sold previous to that time, will be offered ou that day
at PUBLIC SALE.
The abore named property will be sold on a credit of one,
two and three years. Notes payable inlJank without inter
en, with good endorsers, ana a hen retained until the pur
chase money is paid. W. II. HORN, JIayor.
EXTENSIVE SAXE OF VALUABLE REAL
WILL be sold at auction, at the Court House, on Sat
urday the 2A1 inst, at o'clock:
1st. 12 or 13 Unildmg Lots in Brownsville, near the
Gallatin Tumprke, S,1 miles from Nashville.
2d. 11.1 acres of land. i miles from Nashville, be
tween tho Marfrvosboro Turnpike and the Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad, part of ths Davis tract.
iid. Four Frame Dwellings, twrt rooms each, Nosl2S,
12-S 190 and ltW, Cherry street, bejond StflSe Bridge.
Terms: 1, 2 and Syears credit.
4tb. A Brick DwelliDg, six rooms. No. SI Spruce street,
car Cedar. Also, a vacant lot on Cedar near Spruce.
Jith. A 22Jf acre lot, 2-,' miles from Nashville, on west
side of Nolensville Pike.
6th Eight Building Lob in West Nashville, Nos. 3ft, Si.
52, 502, 104, 12S, 174 and 17. For further particulars see
Any of the above property will besold privately, if de
sired,' before the 22d inst. Applr at oftice, up stairs, No.
CS Cherrr st. " R. W. BROW:;,
octl4 " Reol-EstafeAg't. ,
Sale of the above Real Estate U postpoueI nntll
Saturday 25th inst. The public are particularly .invited to
examine the beautiful building lots in Wet N'asfivllle.
They will be sold on a credit ofrj, 12and la month.
R. W. 1IKOWN,
oct2 Real Estate Agent.
A Ijot containing I acres asd C
J jioles. between IK and 2 mils from the citr, No.
Dr. Boyd M'airy's plan of lts. Said loitisai the 1
of two avenues 30 feet wide, ami near the Bosley Pike,
great bargain will begiven in it for Cash. Appfv to
oclll-tf R. AV. BROWN, General Agent.
'iTKCltOE.S FOU SALi:. Averv likelvnegro wo-
JL. man, an excellent field hand, 19 years old, and child
a vears 01a- 1 wish 10 fcii niiu negme rosomc person 171.0
will give them a good home in Middle Tennee.
R. W. BROWN",
oct3 No. 63 Cherry st.
XJ On the Franklin Pike, between tlie residencesof Jo
senli Vaf.lx.and James A. Woods, Esq, containing S5 acres
has on it an cxcellentspring. ilake curiv applications to
R. W. BROWN.'Gen'l Ag't; -""oct3
yu. fit-Cherry sL
HOUSE AND LOT FOE SALE.
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
county, rendered at tlie October Term, 1S5S, in the
ease if Mary L. Hendrick's, Admintratoi of Wm. Hen
dricks, dee'd and others tr-jMfte, I will otTer for sale at the
Court House hi tho city of Xtshville, on Wednesday tho
3d of November. lt"w, a House and Lot, situated about one
mile from' Nashville, rm the5 'North "sitle of Ihe Charlotte
Pike, fronting ou said pike 48 feet, and extedinf:back14
Said House and Lot belongs to Hie estate Of Wiffijm Hen
dricks dee'd. and is sold for distribution,
Terms Thirty dollars in Cash, ami the balance on a
credit of 1,2 and 3 rears. Notes with good security required
and a Ilea retained on the properly until all the purchase
money is id. F. R. OIIBATHAM,
octll dAtw td Clerk.
F0P.TY KULES. .
THE undersignrd will sell forty Mules, well broke and
gentle, ranting fnMii 4 to s years nW, all in pd een
dition to the higlit bklder, en the- Pnbfic Siuart- iu Nash
ville. Tenn.. on SATURDAY. October SSct. '
AIU 20 or uO Carts ami Harness; 3 ti agons and ITar- 1
ne. Ac. Ac.
Persons uishing to buy Mutes, Carts or Wagons, will do
well to attend tliii sale, which will be poMt triifchit
rtrerre, in the highest bidder, for Oau, or first rate Bank
able paper, at 4 months, w itii such endorsers' as ttfe'nnder
signed may require. D. CROWLEY, .
oetlS tf , Agent.
XT'OR SALE. -A deirtibleleoence ami t'arui CSS,
2K mdes from Nashville, and near iHe.Ga!uiunJy5L
like. Improvements are No.' 1, and gnt Minor. Trie
form lies well, with ubrxit ."hi acres in it high state ifrtdH
vation. Or I will sell 'Jit or i aeres of Die ubove tract if
desired. For particulars ntplv to
, - R.A.'BAU.OWK.Gen. Jg't,
sept20 No IT. (ea'deriek Si
I70It SALE. Four .valuable Farms, on the Caney
" Fork River, " miles fliiin NVilnftle, V Iionrs trarel
by Mage well timbered, taSod.sirick Janus, and the nver
na ignble for steainhbWCs f or miHi'tlw in the year. Those
wishing to enrare in the Lumber tnnle.tor iu raisiur- stocek
would do well to give me a call.
' A. L. DAVIS,
Sept tf b At the IL S. Mail Packet Orliee.
Jessce J.Page and others 1 ,.
- V LlVND 1'OR'SALE.
Lucy II. Page ctnl. J "
1"Y'virtue of tlie decree of the Honorable Ci'cutt Court
) of Davidja county, at tlie September Term, l.l'
will expose topubiic sole, to the highest bidder, on Satur
day, the 5th day of November, lXi, iu front of tlie Court
llousedoor, in 'the citv of Nashville, a traetofland lyisgin
Davidson county, in ifistnet No. 11, codlxniug about one
hnndred and twenty-eight acres being a tract, owned by
the late William Page. . , ' ,
Terju. One hundred dollars in cosh will be requircdr
Ihe balance on a credit of one rear ,,,. ,'
octllt-dltAwtd' TH0S.7.SMILBi.C. Clerk.
OV7SCLOTiriN DEI'OT! Tlie suloscribers
hare tlie most extenlve and varied assortment: ol
Clotbin" for Boys from 4 U1 ever oSereil fur sale iu -tlie
Union. "Ordersfor Gentlemen's Clothing tilled at the short
Persons purchasing Clofhing'at this establishment, liave
the privilege of changing them if they do not suit.
F. A. HOVT A BRO.
S. W. corner ofChestnut and lost., Philadelphia.
April S.18W ly
TUST receive.1 a spIeniUd assortment of Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet Borders, and Plain Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Ac, together with a laie lot. of .Window
Curtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teisters. Ac, . t
I37On hand, a Iirge assortment ot unglazed papers,
from 10 to 25c per bolt,
KLAGGS A GORBEY.
No. 20, College street; next door to the Sewanee lloute
N.B, Paper-hanging done in the best manner. oct2
PERKINS Si CLACK Are now prepared to re
ceive, store and ship cotton. Liberal advances made
to consignments. oct.2
1 iHtU IIUIWUU,, nillKT, JCI1U11, 7CJiet XI1U gTWU f
Flannels, Ped Tickings, "4, 7--?auil, 4-t wide Furniture
auu .'iprou tievcji, jiickiuy cuiriuigs, aianners sinjies, j
and counteruciii Chock-s. Fanev Nett Cuns. woolen HotxU. i
UTEW 0SLEA1T3 AST) nTErPTTTS U. S. JLUL PACXZT.
t ' V- - ,n ,oe abore this sea
i ""ancg -JTernpliis enter first trip on "
1 ir.v-" -.f J Or. The HILL. cDOoecli at
ilearririifltnRitheNtshrillAn.lmr,L rr a ir. :!.
t ets.i.d .vriUgivelhrougU twkeU from Sevr O -leans to
. The isplendidpassenmr steamer JOHS SIMPSOV will
leave JashviHe every Wednesdar, at 8 PM.with freicht
and paatiRigers for tko HilL " &
A. HAMILTOX, ) . ,
A. L. DAVIS, i jLni'
SASHVULH AITD HEHPHI3 TOTTED STATES HAIL
Sieaiiirs C'itt op Ilvrvr-ivr. i tr .IrtTrv Siuivji. i. .. . .
sr. will leave Sashvilh- everv Monday. Wednesday and Eri
dav, at o'clock P.'iL; crxmrrtirtg- at Padncihwith the daf
Iv jouHnllciusilSt. Loot U.S. iloU Koat and ai Jlern
ffVS.1. XewOrleani steamers KulIeUn, U.
I.. .lIil!,(.ea CWlicr.aniI Mary Agues, giving, throcgh
ticket frmasIlr!e to either of the points above named.
passcnee-rs will fmd it by far th8 speediest meeoU ottravei
iiiniiuviiiiKiudwii oi inns imi cannot oe surpassed, and
y f either orlli orSenth.
Fbrfreiglit orjusiige apjV to
A. I DAVIS.
f -C- .nUJ.tJHas
EW OSLEANS AND JfASSTTT.LE SEOTJLAB
Agents jt Nashville.
! TEI.LE-KEY, PKYTOX A. KEY.
Ij Coxstonttt. f bb lanre and rroirrufi-
: cent Steamer now undwpiinir a tlwroiKh iefe
' repair at juonuvtue,
ashl will Inke Iur ulam AAaifMruliirt
Packe t in. Hie above rmde as soon as there is sufficient water.
t ml n-Hl continue darinf the entire season.
i p""itoispwu,ciHniorraua saietv.tne rfuliVdv-ivx.i u
I unsurpassed on the Western waters which, with the looir
experience of Ler gerltPSmaiiK- Coiomanrler and tho ac-
i fcrmwledgedbtfainos. capacity ii Her Clerk .Hr. LevruiNorth-
trajf enables us confidently "to rvoommend her to thebnsi-
i mrss anu iraveuing communltv. Mr. Scrtbem will give
prompt praialttietieuto&tliBg orders for Groceries, Ac
it -vsuiua ui pairooage isrerpeciiullv solicited.
KasUvillo, Louisville and Ciuciunati ltegnlar
' 'tir- amwHrMi new iras.-eoger Steamers, , psx4hv
. . . ' - i, a j........ a i. ii. ' in.. Piaster. irSmlusvflL1
Jonx p.jwEED. David M1uaao.Master.5SSi
will male regnlarlnps in Kie above trade, leariz Nash
ville everr Toesdav. at 4 o'clock. P. M. Returnimr. will
leave Cincinnst; errry Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, 1. ii
rnearjove ooa's are A .io. 1. ami are offlceretl br errx.
rienred business men, wlio will be thankful for orders for
mercbaudrse. and prorauie f give satisfaction to all who
may entrust business to their care,
septir- tf JOHNSON. nORNE A CO.
Naslivillbaud Louisville 'Wcckly Packet,
WJI. C, JtVLV, C. T. REEDEH. Master.
riIILS splerxtid Steamer is newly com- iitw x
X Retell, ana will beat Nashville the hrst 'JT-Zk
rite of the river. She will carry 400 Inn 1 1 1 ftjlT mtm
and her accomatodatioDS for Dasen?ers are nneaualed br
any bout of hir dimensions. She will bo commanded br
Capr. C. T. REEDER, long and fsrorablr known tootir
community, mid the Cumberland river trade, generally,
She will make regular weeklr trips. leaving Louisville on
TUESDAY'S ami Nashville on FkIDA"ST at 4 o'ekxi.
P JI. At the former place passentrers will find various
Mailnntd and Steamboat lines to oiurej them to any point
of destination they nwy desire, tir Tlie old established lino
to Cincinaiti; Union h'ie-to Wheelinr. Pittsburg and Lou
isville line; Jefferson lUilniad, ic,.tc All aiTording the
amplest aoeiHUiiuxlarkws, e2ibrnd with expedition.
AH orders will be SHed as low a at Cincinnati.
3F" Fer Freight er Passoe. apply to
septO if HENtt, T. YK.VTMAN, Agjnt.
Fall and Wisitei'
STOCK 0? DRY GOODS
AT NICUOL'S CORNER,
ilw. IS. bnr Ny-. are ai-I Xirbf Slrttt, SMnZe,
HAS received'his new Fall Import ilioiH of RICH AND
KLEGANTFALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
he takes pleasure in wvitir tlie atteatmnef friends ami
the public, feeling asnred that be can oBer as great bar
gains as con be found in the eilv,
IN RICH FALI. AND WINTER SILKS.
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are iruly elegant, in
cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
Pliid.llrecade, Brock, Bayadere, Striped. National, Repp,
and Watered Silks, as has been in thus city.
Ni'Witnd Ilcniitifiil 1'nrisinri Ilnid,
Of en tiro new designs. v ilh the liondsomest ami
RICHEST COJIMNATION OF COLOIW,
Including the gar, grave, ru-h m.d elegant.
New and Choice French Merinos.
The most desirable color m market, embracing tlie most
fasnionable shades Which the iaiNes will find beautiful.
eliicant 1sicii delaines and cash
iMi:i:es, Of the choicest patterns and most beautiful colors, and in
fact every other kmd of Drr Goods, saitihle for
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Crape and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in
cluding the Rich Uroche, or Cashmere Shawls.
' MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
OfBombazines, Alpacou, CUhs, Canton, Blank de'Laine.
Baieses, Greaadins.Mounung Sleeves, Collars; Cbeiniatts,
IlanokerclMefs, and everrthing el-K? suitable for a
LADY'S MOti'RNlAt: lVARDUOBE.
Also a beautiful variety f
llnniton, Valencienae, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Cbemtxetts and Sleeve; insettsl; Jaconet and
Swiss Edgings, Inserting, Cambric mhI Smss Flouacmg,
applMne work. Also a hue asMirtment ot'
LADIES' AND G UN LEMEN'S GLOVES,
UandkeroJiies, Cravats; SUk, Cotton, and Merino Under
shirts and. Drawers.
JIOt'SElIOI.D AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings aad Shirtings, Table Da-nix-k,
Napkins. Toweling. Cruslies and Diapers.
Quilts, lloncefa. Canton Flannels, Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac. Ac
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassiieres; Over Coatings, r all kinds. And will
open in a few days a beanlifttl a&tortnient of the
LATEST STYLES OF 1'ARLSIAN CLOAKS
Made of the very best material, Ac-, Ac.
Cull and examine this large and tine assortment of good,
suitable to the approaching season, and you will not be
disappointed either in style or prices.
Sept.2T. KVl. JAMES NICH0L.
RICH TALL AND V INTER
WA.AJ.G.McCLBLLANDbave jsst receiredthe
largest and best selected stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in-this market, which they ofler to the
trade at lower prices than they can be found iu any other
house in the City. At No. 20 Pabfic square.
Rich Dresv Goods.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed de Lainest
Check do Kich Plaid
Plain ilo Elegant Plaid Cashmere;
Sujier bl'k do Glasgow Plaids;
Plaid Poplins; Main Mous. die Laines;
Plain I r'en Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks; Kiiglisli and German Merinos;
Neat de Laines,
With a great variety of low price de Laines. Ac
White Goods, Ijices, etc.
Cambrics, Jackuncts, Swiv.es, Tarhoes;
Vat. Laces, Edgings and Inserting;
Jaconet and Swias Trimmings and Fletmciogs;
Lace and Muslin Collars and Chimnsettes;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
louen Cambric and Lawn liukfs. in great variety;
Kid Gloves. Silk and Wool "
Suter Wool and SHfc Hosierr, Cotton do;
Black Lace Veils, Ribbons, Ac
Iu Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we hare the richest as
sertizieet everotfered in this marktrt, m Velrtit, Satin, Cloth
and Silk; all colors, witii elegant while embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Clotusand Velvets fin-mating them.
Cloths, Cassimere. VeMings, Suttinetts, FUnneht, Tick-
Jng, ShirtingK, Blenched ami
Jlrowu Uimicsucs, lied
Blnnkets, Snper Coat Blaukets. Shawls. Linsars. Prints.
Alpeeas. We fetl coiitWent tlict buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to give this stock a" careful examination,
und in to doing save theni.elves tome money.
octll McCLELLAND'S. No. 20 Public ngnire
Y7'EAPI,INt; PAPER. 4i bundles Kat Ten
V nessee medium Wrapping Paper. Received, per
Railroad this dar, and for sale br
ang7 W. II. GORDON ACO.
Hn bbls Ok! Beurbnn, Monongnhela, and old Rye do;
ltt eighth pipes (lianipaigee Brandy, sup. article;
50 Ciits Mski-a W.ne. Far sale br
septtt' W. II. GliBPON A CO.
MEIIICANS t) A"!. !' box American Cream
XX. Soap, iu bars; 100 bob American Laundry Soap, in
mas.' Warranted to do the work of tlie laundry, tn cold
water, either soft, bard, or salC Forsileby
geSt ' W.II.GOllDONACO.
EIGHTH n'rertreClwnwaigae lirandy;
.nn. . c-v . j j HIT,
" A.Siirneirs do-.
5 ouarter casks Malaira AWae;
S eighth pipe Muscat do;
2 krgkStoughton's llrtters;
2 " Kwoee PeiipermiBf;
J5bIUOhl Rye Whisky;
60 Star; dt
For salc'by ftiiga7 W. II. GORDON A CO.
aLASSWARH. o boxe- rWr Pint Flasks; "
2) " V do,
1 " " QuTt do.
Forsalebv AV. II. GORDON A CO.
T?LOUK. 9r bbls extra White Wheatl-Toor;
JL? . 800 New York MUls ex. Family do;
SW) " Moatgoraerr do;
1 " Ualtego Mills lo;
Forsate by sep87 W. IL GORDON A CO.
DURKEE'S UAKING POWDERS-IoO eases
and half cafes Dtfrkee's celebrated. Ihtkiog Powders,
Iresh. forseJeby W. II. COBDwSACO.
J CED SODA IVATEKv this deHghtlul dnuk, to
L eethcr with a great vanetr of choice Syrups of the best
quality, mar be found at the Drug Store of
septli STRETCH A ORR,
Goner of College and Union Streets.
E" AULlsli MUSTAllb SEEDOneThaTf Uirrel
of the best EiighVli White Mustard Seed, for Pickling.
Justreeeived and fur sale by STRETCUA ORR.
septU DrajyiMs. corner CoBege''and PniouSU.
C1JJER V1N KliAR.rour barrels I"ure Cider Vine
gar, warranted Pure. For sole hi
septU , STRETCH A ORR.
. Pioduce Wanted.
f E will pay the highest price in Cash or Groceries tor
T T 1
all kinds of Produce.
MORRLS A STRATTON
alt A II AM UREAD-UrahamBreadfordispeptic
tctl9 Hi J. NIXON.
! tt in I rTTri Mil
f JSs. .