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" JOIIJS It- HAKtlNK .V CO.
. 's&toks 'and pimpbiktok.'".
coubEVtt speech -ax" is famous, avbetch .
fjpniyxt Sjrantie, JAmksK. Copley, the"ad
tmvitinejiKlMlatc for eomptrpller of the Stotc
t.f wJpTlf, 3fifetle" a speech invhich the Presi
dent ofJftifiT'iiitetlStatea.w-as alluded to ifi Ihe mrisl
'.ndeceit Jsvplting kiVgnage, "JIr. Cooixy
ems ajffiiirnnsacked lheVocabulary of Btlliugv
ate fflj- Silji,t3e laiigiiageSvitlv whiclj to traduee j.
nj& the wtdie baudi j
tr?-, ... - , , , h , 1
r..t .;(l5:!. frfri.-.-.t.. .A..,ii-rf'' r.r.!,mii!
pettifogs" f Jjaw' HampsIiire"-:-one who lias j
and other-eitoiue "pjtheti JjUea lrpm mo umni.
deep" VW jTork siwyfiusv-mtth applies in
the greiiX Jionioff to qienan vrnoin an o er
whelming :aonty, of "Uic Awertcsn people Live
elevated ipj.whaVihey ju?tly consider the highest
jKsitipn jii 'tW.woid! And all for "what? Simply
txvausethS-rnKfdent would, not permit himself and
Jus rablne't to be iisnlfel and deQe J by a corporal's
.- uard of disorganizes For thisLitd no other rea
son has the head of the nation been abused like a
-piek-poeket by ibis vSe wretch.. j
But "ftagrasefHl ai tiie .sentiments of this speech J
. -areto the autjwr aiid hK supporter?) and insulting ;
as they are to .the Amorican people generally', its
puliuation in iht 4unin? of .respectable whig pa
pjs ts rtUl more disgraceful to such papers and in
filing, Jo tltrir rcKider. Ae- expected that the
''!faanlo;J)res(,, of New York woild sei2pnpon it
,vith'&v1ditjr, because" we' thought the taste- of
thecondijptits of that press was low enoaghfor any
.'thirtfe -i'Butin thi Ave are gratified to say, we were
nKstmcen". ' !Hreii the- 7mi??, the Lucifer of the
ISltanicprts,' coid not; publish Coolct's vile abuse
of'tlieTresiderl without pronouncing it disgrace
, faH TooJowewnfori;'xtTTl What a rebuke 1
- And yet wlt the Ha-M would not do, we regret
to say, so respectable a paper at the South as the .
."VfTJtJWffe Bcwnt r has 'done. In tlialianntr, of yes-
ferjay, we find the worst portions of Coolev's
sjffcpch copied, not only without one word of honest
'reprobation of l!u vile language used, but evidently
ia a sjirit ofgralifieatioijoi-enits intemperate abuse.
Wfi jWck tlu; lliur bs doneitself but Iittlecredit,
,rven with lhomot rnckhys. by Ibis exhibition of
bad twite and partfeau maKce. It ought to liave
the goodwiise Ur know that such calumnies 03
Coolet FfHt&ibrth csiHiOt injure President TiEncE.
R'hey only-strwr-e the scoiu and indignation! alike
of h-frietnk ami Itraiorable opponents, and mut
' indrrtabiy brinf oonlempt jipon their autlior and
his accessories Ve advi e our neighbor not io"
let hjs opposition to the President rim to such ex-
' treme. Th 'whic? of Tennessee are not prepared
to give the' ephn to flwrges of drunkenness and
- bestiality, against tb1 fir-t oflicer of the govern
'.'hift,.evesi .though he a democrat, when .they
aremadeby oe wlto-acriDces truth and decency
evidently for nf other pinpo than tp gratify his
--pent-up jnftliiniity. Our neighbor would have ac
. eg in a mannr more t.-oniiiant with what is due
t& himself-awl hJa-readeiH had he responded to the
' Bsntiment" e,vpresl bt tho Cincinnati Enquirer
ib the fellowiiM: jwapraph. Ouc,brelirea of the
whig press rfioitLl twiitfiii linld'uigCooLErup to pub;
lie eoutorapt, insinad of polluting their columns
with'hisinileeeritabiiH?. Tlie h''iqirrr.ys
"Qhr brethren of the pres oulit to pay round
' the name of the infamous fhctionist wlio iiad tho
shameless imjeeeiiey lo" npjdy tlio lauguage of o
prebium, ehth'med in Hie I'ollowiu extract to the
"President of fho tifll "Stairs. It is a pity tliat
kjch e. vile ami fil-mi.-itheu sUnderer can go nn
whippod jf Htice, u.'irr the piea of free seeeh,
whiuh (Ntr pohticai mtitutiH)s guarantee to every
dtteeu of the United Siates. One thing can bo
done, however. wWeli. abliou!;li it will not uroba-
blvliavt! anv tijeot Wton a creature so destitute of
bbame sairttoriyvife yet will -be some attsfafj
tidp) -h tUHMi,' wWt 41 tuo iufMiny attending it, y
going ilie rounds .OJ tho press or the Union, ean be
:nadeas notorious as-his chraoter is vile. .The
slanderer, although hivcannot 1e placed in the mal
efactor's pjHory, which hu .so well deserves, al
tlwiHfli he oau esce dueking in a "horse pond,"
owing 'to the leniency of our lavs, should every
whei e receive the crushing odium of public opinion.''
.The following sensible atic!c, on. a subject of
tomcIi imjorince to a large cJas of our readers,
w'efind In tli Memphis .Evglt D Jvnjuirf, of tho
5th: ' -
Tiik.Pemjkstiakv SvsTor. The remonstrancis
v. which the mechanies ol" mir 5tate liave made l'or
years, agrfnst the 'inployuient of couuet labor in
oemtietition with them in the various branches of
th,e industrial arts, are jtt't, irj' founded and vujfid
.o if faded by the General Asscinbli. The rc-
respectable' mechanic is injured by tliis competition,
in two ways in the degnidatiou ofhis -ocalioffby
turn!nguito'it'fekm;'witli tfie braritl of crime upon
them, nijd jti tile reduction of the compensation for
'Ins'lioor, by Vhlch he has io support his family and
prdvide lor the necessities of old age. No such me
chanic r.i work as cheaply as thv convict; and.
the tendencj- of the system, when thus employed,
is to pom! mechanic to remove be3'ond the .
resell of the competition. This competition Of
convict labor, with that of respectable citizens, in
lite mechanic arts, ij, therefore, injurious to the
Stofe, tho, by its tendency to diive from herboaom
the workers, the crtttkirs of her wealth ; for we
presume none will question that it is only the -or-ing-mm
who odd any thing to the general Stock of
' Both as regards the individual citizen then and
33 regards the State, the Penitentiary system, as
now organised, in Tennessee, is wrong in principle
jmd injurious in its practical re.-ulis.
It islo-a branch of jsitA an establibinent in our
midst, that w'eyetenlaT expresved our opposition,
ami to which .we aw and over shall be as we be
lieve ninety-nine hundredths of our people dre
heartily and cordially opposed.
Hut we see no good reason why this S3stem may
not be ehntigM. It owjht to be, and at this very
session. Njctlier class of men would have sub
mitted tamely, so long as the mechanics of this
Statt have done, to this injustice and wrong, when
the nEMKOV i so readily at hand. In Louisiana and
Mississippi, the convict labor of tho Penitentiary
is ernployejl ki the inanufacture of osnaburgs, bag
cine arm pe, ' arid other branches of industrv.
which do not intefere with the artizan labor of (he
State. TJojcI-nge 1
nnuilili IIUI I'll lllliuuuv.tu -ill viiu i tnuriiuui v ava- .
tern of our own State. There is no good reason
why the State Prison should not be converted into
a great Cotton Factory, instead of being, as now, a
school to increase the number of blacksmiths, shoe
makers, furniture makers, eta, etc
- The interference with the regular industry of the
State would not be felt, while a branch of industrial
consumption of our raw stajf e which all are desir
ous to see cntupled. would lie by much increased.
To a Braneh, or Western Pcimenj.nry of such a
character, nmb-r such a system, we should oppose no
objection; but would rather hail its establishment
with pleasure. But it must be of thit character,
fixed so hj ku so that it can never be made an
instrument to underwork and drive out Our mecliau-
li3 tao Done, gristle, aud solid support of every
Vrr . . . I
Wo command these sugKestionn to the consider-
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HrJOn 111 (Hir lUllIlt'UltllU ItIllT-?IlIHllVfva nnr tntl.nl t
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iveiy. at is quite time tuai me voice oi in? work
f re of our State should be heard and hetdtd.
Jl IfcxDKiiD Miles an- Ifovn. The Scientific
American has an engraving of the railroad which
JLIullll. LI tUAW t -3 rtYrtTVHV
is to run a hundred miles an hour with jerfect safe
ty. Its distinctive principle b tliat the cars run on
' n single track for the train to be hung upon it. The
uain is, ia Let, placed a straddle of tho rail, ruu
"nlng on wheois, to whose axles the cars are hung.
It is obvious that, with the rail runiung, a it were,
through the car, the latter could not be thrown off
iha track by any amount of speed; and uo obstruc
tion of suffiei'-'nt magnitude to do mischief could bo
mado to lay upon a single rwl raised six or eight
feet from the ground.
Si tjo THE CX1H.V .UioASpRIC-Ot X
. 'TEXNKLE ufiROAOaX ...
S wMVivvi-u iMtlluma.-
.-r- i.woa.o R.wi.mw.u;,.. -
5 Jl,c v-irier M&teluu&ic '
atfo-call the attHition oTHheVnemborsW. 'pre J- .
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an arttntauu sminer seticine o peryertmg me set--
eral set, sunhonK.ng the eon-trncyoivot a common
river, tmd two 5r morft 'ruadi tieitc"J h
sippiTivcr,an5nTpstfulfiapoUcynilaid of tlw.
State, p'romi3cl to these enlerprjze in Uw loau of
Stateliondf, to an ohjVt "ver contemplate! liy tlie :
Trfgislattirer-thebsiTdin pf a- liatrOKd;fmm Jlem-' '
phis to.Loubviliu.'if . .-Cr' ;,.r
Altlic iasi scfsioii oi ue iiiwi-."5ft,"l',.' -
Lou;svillc. Itu road t .rghoat was- rtcd nnd
the loan "of the State .KoiiiK ptoiii ipu. only from
tacky line to where- this road might inter-
s"ect the Nashrillc and .orth-wx'stcrn or the Xash
and Memphis Ilailroad- it being ovidently iif- a
tended that such' poitit of iiiterscctiii should be i
llast of the Teuncsxas riveh ' '-".-. .
Kow it" is proposed and intended,, by sundry J
amendments and rovwous,Iid ity construction of
various act?, to , empower the' company organized
under the charter for the building of a Kailroad
from Nashville to Memphis, to construct a Ilailroad t
i from Memphis to Louisville. This charter would
be most detrimental to Jhej intercbU of Nashville
and of all portions of the State connected -with the
extended system .-of Railroads radiating 'from thc"
Metropolis. No improvement or project can be
started so fatal and' destructive to die present pros
perity and future prospects Of the political capital
.df "the State.. ' ".'.-'.'
"Will any member from Middle Tennessee, -except
'tlie Senator, a'nd .Representatives of Montgomery
and Stewart, vote for these 'measures? "Can any be
found to commit an act so suicidal? Should any
such be'fonnd, then might well 'be applied the re
mark of the celebrated Tjxletbaxd:. "they will,
have perpetrated and act that is worse than a crime:'
.it is a folly." And why should Ea3t Tennessee co
operate in so great an iniury to other sections of.
the-State? "Why notrather seek aid and co-operation
from the friends of those enterprises, the ob
ject and tendency of which is to bring trade and
travel over tho Tennessee works, -instead of defec
ting all profitable business to .favored poiuti in
neighboring States; thus starving out and preven
ting the construction of improvements within our
Traversing Hie section of country through which
roads are proposed to be erectedirori) West Tennes
see to .'Nashville, the construction of the Mississippi,
Clarksville'and Louisville road will prevent and re
tard the completion and success of all these enter
prises. This is not the true policy of
THE HRXRY CLAY STEAMBOAT CALAMITY AO
QUITTAL OF THE OFFICERS.
The New York Jerd'd, of the 3d, saysr
The proceedings in the case of the United States
against Mr. Collyer, part owner, and,the captain
engineer, and other officers, of the Henry Clay
steamboat, on an indictment for manslaughter for
hanng byneglU'nce caused the .death of eighty
four pa3sengerr, terminated yesterday in an acquit
tal of the accused, altera trial which" occupied four
teen days. The excitement -which existed at the
time of the unparalleled calamity has in a great
measure camed down, an 1 the court did not pre
sent on any day during the trial an unusuall num
berof speclatoi-s. Wo have given, from the com
mencement of this important inquiry, an accurate
and extended report of the testimony adduced, and
Ave furnish tooaj- a brief outline of the summing
up for the prosecution, and u Adl report of the
Judge's charge. , We make no comment at present
on this transaction and tho result of the protracted
trial Eminent counsel were engaged on both
sides; the iacjt was conceded, that eighty-four hu
man beings were precipitated at one feil swoop
either into a watery prove or to a more agonizing
dea.fli by fire; the oflicers of the vessel were in
dicted for causing1 that calamity by negligence,'
carelessness or inattention; witnesses were pro-"
duued to prove the racing on the river ; others de
posed that she did' not exceed her ordinary speed ;
counsel argued and summed tip Ihc evidence; he
judge charged tho. jury; the jury acqutted the
accused, and the accused left the court to receive
tho congratulations of their- frieuds, but with a
wholesome lesson,' we hope, and a never-to-be-for-gotton
one, on the dangers of employing an undue
amount of steam in tho contest for speed where
hie may be immolated on the hollow altor of su
premacy. FROM YUCATA.V AWFUL KAVACES OF THE CHO
LERA AT MERIDA 300 DEATHS A DAY POLITI
CAL MOVEMENTS, ETC. "
A private letter received bv a mercantile house.
in this city, dated Menda. October II, 18-5,", states.
ior me past, nueen nays tne cuojeraj had been pre--railinginthat
city withsome virulence. On thelOtl
there were lo'J deaths, ami there had been as kieh
- 'Oil ,!.. -x r :.! , "
-uui a Lcitiu is Kuy euuiamuig twenty
thousand inhabitants Wo also learn from a iren-
tleman -who has just arrived from Merida, that tho
federalists had attacked that city, notwithstanding
the imprisonment of- their leaders, Rwbachano and
auuub, anu succeeueu in maKinir (.ten. L.A era a.
pnsoner. He subsequently escaped, however, join
ed hi3 troops, and in turn attacked the federalists,
wliom he completely pnt'down after four or five
da-.s. hard fighting. -Everything -was quiet when
our informant left. All communication between
Carapeache and Merida had been cut off in con
sequence of the ravages of cholera at the latter
place. Y: 0. J'ic. Oct. 27.
Nkws or the C.riTAU The Slnr of Tuesday
evening furnishes the following items:
Despatches from CoMMononr Pf.r.nv. This morn
ing the government received voluminous despatches
from Com. Perry, detailing at length the history of
hi proceedings off the coast of .Tapan, with an ac
count of themanner and tone of his reception, the
ceremonies observed .therein, Ix. We have every
reason lo believe that they represent our nflairs in
that quarter to be in an apparently satisfactory con
dition, leading to the anticipation that ere the'close
of his mission or cruise there he will accomplish all
that can reasonably be expected in the way of lay
ing tho foundation for a future direct commerce be
tween the United States and Japan.
Rescce or Commodore Con. We have reason to
believe that the conduct of Com. Downing, of the
sJoop of-war Jamestown, in rescuing Com. Coe,
late in command of the naval forcc3 of the Enfre
Ilios party, in opposition to the government of the
Argentine Republic (after he had betraved his fleet
into the hands of the enemy) has not met die ap
probation of this government, and that he lias been
notified that on 1 is return to the United States his
AxoTiiEECiiAPrniuxTiiK History-of the Koszta
Affair. It is now understood in Washington that
immediately on the reception of Commander Ingra
ham's dispatch, giving.an account of his proceedings
in me case oi ivoszta, me secretary ol the iNavy
wrote him, on behalf of the President, a.full and
nearty approval oi ms conduct
Coal Sciti.y Exhausted Suppexsioh of Fac
tories, &c bcrnniNo or -the Pooh. At the pre
sent writing, the prospects for an arrival of coal
from Pittsburg are very ilim, and we learn that the
supplies of uearly all ourloundnes, maclune shops,
mills, &c, arc nearly-exhausted. This will result
verydisastroush' to all parties, and be of immense
i.i. .... i ..t? i i
injury louiecuy, anu particularly touie operatives.
"c swick ai uie iiouisviue nojiiQii jiui js wea man
exhausted, and in a fofc dav., fSti., trill
lo oc suspenuea, anu a
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large number of hands
once out of cinnlovment. The same
can be said of the numerous foundries in the city
which have to use coke.as well as coal
Mr. Douglass, of the Glass Works, has already
suspended worV for want of coal, and the Louisville
i aper Mill will soon liave to do the same, and ner
lups die Gas Company too. The disastrous conse
quences that are to follow can be readily conceived.
Hundreds and hundreds of persons will be thrown
out of employ, and then wlUt can the poor people
do or fuel? They will have neither moneyX
coal, and will be reduced to the most straightened
circumstances. A nseof a few feet water at Pitts
burg will obviate all these difficulties. Louisvitt
Hon. Henry A. Wise, of Va., was married
on Tuesday last, io Miss Mary Jones, of Richmond.
Mr. Secretary Citshing was groomsman.
direct attPinnt tdTiCcomnhslvjvhat is. np: proposeu
aid of thb "StaCc!l6rfiit Meiaphuf,' eiarfcsrilli; and -. .
yon THE?ejciix-io A'tKr.jcis,
THE POOR-MANS FRIEND. Jt
bv ait Anwicdit toitlicir
7riv"nl of .
ureal: zu-iwm tue aumircxs 01
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,Ie cnmeie come-h& cUaruivl.H
Ari HrtiiilTi ill ih. him . -
-mheveWthrnground rerels m " ftn'fiBif ifi
Kurili's cav anil giMedi one. t. f
The biveie jvillrijeiitJeT breathing teat,
" . Tue very nuilwav prmuier lfee!s,
Tlie fMiuorpil'dint-ajieara'til 'fly -WW
r of Mining dipul.v;' ' 'l
- JTlie.pawUjg ficiks suspend their fliglit,
' ,-, The pials are dauciu-j wijh deliglit,
"And aped men, wlioo rugjed dri-s, "
And ?r oTjieaaire wretcliednes," -3tespeak
them smis.of toil, - -,
Jiinvliumbly dowu aspojt tlieiu'.ffiei
The God of theira'Jmlrin" eyev- !
' The Lordlinjr of the Soil; . ". .
. WUile others on the pathway stand,
,Vi'th greusy Cat, in horny hand, " , ' ,'
And over all tbere ttetns to dnvli
A unite, but jdraogelr tuishty srefl;, ' -.
And on tlio listening car, -'
':TJie hotiuds tlut flnat ucro-s the plain, ,
Condense Ibemselfes into a strain
' Of voipes soA and clear.
Tliat in atone seraphic say t
' Good fl-orking folks attend, ' ,
?.Auu ill respeci ana uoiuajfe pay, - ;j
And BleSs the bright and glorioo day
That genda across your rulfrar, way. , ., s Jv
His Grace, the Poor Man's Friend.-1 f r" ?
The "Poor Man's Friendr" who f allies our, - "
With huntiman, honnd and horn,' t Z'ifi,
To waken with his Nimrod about ,-
The echoes 61 the mornr :":U'"'
To chae to death the savage hare,. '. . .-,?
' " " '"" . .'j,.
To hrt-Ak the hedge, to Jea the ditch, r, r
And deem it pastime, rare and rich';';
In combat fierce the bruih to wb, ; i
And proud as ancient Paladin
In Panoply of armoUr bright; -- '
Tbe Guerdon of the gallant fight ,' ',,." '
Triumphantly to hear; . t"
And eye'with scorn each peaant Tile, 1
As tho' hisreaencs might defile, .
His breathing taint tlienir." .'
Then placing to his ducal nose' . . A.
The otto choice of Cashmere's row; ' ;
To bless discerning fate that he J , ,'
Belongs to no such pottery y
Such coarse, unsightly day;
For common usealone designed, - '
A mere machine without a mind
The earth-ware of the day, -.'mi
A thing when Lords are flitting by .'
With meekest grace to bend;' ""'"'
, Created but to steal and lie, ' ,
- To groan and sweat, to .farre and die," i J -; -To
dress hi soul in livery ' " '.flV'C
Aud serve the "Poor Man's Frteudf : -
Tlie "Poor ManV Fricnd'V-tbe best of friends
A friend when others fail; ; -T.,:$ "
For he the starving poacher sends '
To banijnet in a jail ' ' ; '
To herd with wretches, cursed and banni,a--Tlie
very offal of the land; ";' '
. The living plague-spot i that infect ;; , V".
Tlie earth, with princely mansions decV'd,'"
AVho still retain their felon maws ' . - -Despite
the wise and lenient laws, ' '- y'
And beg with brazen hardihood
Yes, absolutely beg the food
Their labor cannot win. 1 '
Away with them our jails were made "
For sach an outcast pauper gradeV 1 . ''
In with the wretches, in! ...
To bless tie crastby jailors given,- - - ' ,
As tho 'twere manna sent from Heiven;'- V w-.
While he, the "Posr man Fnend;'1 may glide
TT.roogh royal rooms with honest prl d"e -T. .
An angjl in dignire; " '
So deck'd with stars the gayer miglit
Imagine he had left his bright
.ipanmems in me ies;
And that to earth alone he came
A graco to earth to lend, , ,
And give that most serene and tame
And meek and modest maideu-Fame!
A chin ce to tnunpet forth his name.
And shout the "Poor Mao's FrienJL" -.- -, .
The "Poor Man's Friend" who proudly stand? '
Where gather denly round "',""".
The Lords of funds, and Lords of hinds,
. With aspect most profound, -c-. -r
A SEext I j for a nation's weal, -And
'Cearj to feel what wietches fef 1"
Until their hearts with pity bli-ed "4
At contemplating pansier need, . ?"'
Maintaining still theirgIden plan- ' - v
To bless and save their lellow-mani ' -'
Which camot fii! of being right"
While lining Heaven's own blessed'ligliV
And taxing Heaven-sent food;
And buildiDg Union prisons sirong '
To gather all the pauper throng
In one huge brotherhood;
And guarding with religious care - r
The sacred birds that skim the air.
Aud proud this Tclret Lord mut be,
This concentrated charity
. This Moloch of the west;
A tainted thing, o'er earth to ream,
A lump of living honeycomb; TT"
All blessing, and all blest, -
His name thru' every heart must steal, ', "J
And peace and comfort send - !-.---To
happy Englishmen who feel . t
A grateful throb at every meal,
And night and morning humbly beud '
And bless the "Poor"Man's Friend." .
From Ihc Ronton Post. ' .- ' "
' '- THEC.VilllRlCCUEJHSCTTE, ,, -
IX A ROMANTIC ASD ECONOMICAL P0I5T "OP VIKW.
Oh Chemisette I the fairest yet -
Tliat e'er hid bosom purer, whiter! ' " "1'
Thou df.t not know what eurious woe . . .'"il-
Thy veiling snow hath given the writer.
So neatlr frilled so pluniply. filled!
And then the eyes ihat shine above it J : vS
I -igh I long noris it vrnrag
(At least in fcoug,) dear girl, to Iotb it.
Sweet Chemisette I the coral set, -'
To chain their folds in gentle duly, " -.
Fling round a glow upon the snow .
To heighten so thy lilashing beauty;
And ne'er before, on sea or shore.
Did coral (eel a softer billow
'or could tlie gold around it rolled,
Thongh ten times told deserve the pillow I
Oh Chimisette 1 below thee met
A rosy ribbon binds her bodice ; " '
And in Jier mien is clearly seen , ' . "
One half the Queen and one the Goddess .
Her voice is low how sweet its flow! . - , -
Her upper lip disdains the under ;
Her hair is like dark waves that strike '
A marble cliff aud rush asunder.
Oh ripening grace 1 Oh radiant face I ,
W hen love i love, it knows no measure J "
Her hand aie small but yet can call
The power of musical their pleasuie; '
And s ther peep fmm sleeves of deep v
Wide guipure lace "id JiamMer,". t
Hertng-rs seem, or else I dieain,
Like stamens in the be'ls of lilies.
The robe of Alue-the viol't hue ' ' t ',
The green leave in thy dark IiairgleamingL
Thr feet thai move as light as love
Thy breath thy lips have set me dreaming.
Mv cheeb are wet that Chemisette - '
Was frilled and worn by souie enchantress,
Uut much I fear 'twere dreadful dear, 0
Wereshemy wife, to r.r ulr lausdhess!
Loss op the Axxie Jane with 34S Lives. Ful
ler particulars of tlie catartrophe at Vatersay have
arrived. The Annie Jane, Mason master, was ma
king hertccond attempt to reach Quebec when she
-wag disabled. She had returned once to Liver
jjooI, with Joss of mizzen-mastand spars; a hundred
emigrants then quitted her; she was refitted, and
took on board six additional sailors. She had a
oirgo of railway iron. She left Liverpool on the
9th September, with about 410 passengers and a
rcw of 40. On the 15th, she lost her mainmast
in a gale; and subsequently lo;"t all her upper spars;
and became unmanageable. She was ordered to
run before the wind, to regaiu our shores; On the
158th, Barra Lighthouse was seen. The crew in
Tain strove to get to windward of tbe island, it was
clear the ship must go ashore; so her course was:
directed to a flat sandy beaclu At midnight she
struck with a tremendous shock, her frame -work
started, and tlie cabin doors were jammed tight.
-A huge breaker struck the quarter and poop decks,
which yielded to the blow, and two hundred per
sons were crushed beneath. In ten minutes more
the ship was in fragments. The poop floated, aud
about a hundred people got upon it while a few got
on the forecastle. At daybreak the receding tide
3eft these portions dry upon the sand, and the sur
fivora landed sixty-six passengers, the master,
and thirty-five of the crew. The killed or drowned
ara reckoned at 348. The bulk, of the emigrants
were from Scotland, and the remainder were Irish,
DSTMLS JiY THE. AFRICA.
Ktwt Tirition of the Parties Onisx rasha'a Sntmr,ons.to
' . I . 11 ' . r . . -. i . L I . Y- 1 1 ..1
we Russians itcpiy oi rnncc oopscuaiou rrepara- i
lionoftherfullan KxtraonlinarrKnerrr of the Turks
Iiara.melle.) A Hint tp.Amenca Irom Miglana Up;
.4 iumiiy-ol Eitcadina' our.Trade Latest Despatches.
: The position- of affairs remaiua tinchanged as re
cards the nrosnect of hostilities.
i The declaration of war was to bo read in all the
UMrt.nMAH. 1 . r. Til. Tt1 Q Tl f 1 1 fWrM.f ttA ft,of
1 hptilities would commence before the 25th insr,
" ;uileschiil Pasha's son was the bearer Of the sum
' -nons'to Prince GorteChakoK lie also conveyed
Q.'dmar definite instructions how to act In. the
evcht-of the Russians refusing to leSvo the territo-
riesl''- DoplieBtes" of these despatches were s6nt to
i.'(itnl qbmmhtulers of the Turkisii forces in Asia,. so
a tfmt thq 'action of the two divisions ofthqarmy
jmight bo. ill concert. -
I'oJlAIt PASHA'S LCTTEK TO, PRI.VQE GOUTiCILV
j -;. . XOFF. .. V ,
1-:'Mo.vsiECrti-E Geneiul -It ia-by the order of my
lgSvernment-lhatl have -the honor to address this"
I .letter. to j-onr i'-scellency.
. 'WI,iLt !, SnMtmn Pnr
.Wliilst the, Siiblimc Porto exhausteiLall means of
conciliation to maintain at once peace and its own !
indcj)cndence, tho Court of Russia has not" ceased
,to raise difficulties in the way of any such settle
ment, and has ended with the violation of treaties
invadinj the two Principalities of Moldavia and
.JVallacbia, integral parts of the Ottoman Empire.
1.. . . . f . ., T . . I
!'-'. irue roiispacmc system me x-orte, msteaaoi
csercising its right to mako-reprisals, confined itself
' exen then' to protesting, and did not deviate from
- tho way tnat mignt lead to an.arrangcment.
Russia, on the contrary, Tar from evincing cor
responding sentiments, lias ended by rejecting the
' proposals recommended by the august mediating
.courts, pioposals which were alike necessary to tho
-honor and to the security of the P6rte.
. There only remains to the latter the indi?pensable
necessity of war. But as tho invasion of the prin
cipalititTes and the violation of treaties which liave
attended it, are. the veiitible causes of war, the Sub
lime Porte, as a last expression of its pacific senti
ment's proposes to your Excellency, by my inter
vention, the evacuation of tbe- two provinces, and
grant for your decis on a term of fifteen days to
date from the receipt of this letter. If, within this
interval, a negative answer shall reach me from
your Excellency, the commencement of hostilities
will be the'natnral consequence.
While I have the bono; to make the intimation to
your Excellency, I embrace the opporttftiitv to of-
r .1 r . I." 1. . " i .
list luc usuijuiL-u ui iuy jugu eiieeiu. cigneu.
The following curt document is .
GOETSCHAKOPFS REPLY. '
My master is not at war with Turkey: but I have
oi-dersjiot .to leave the Principalities until the Porte
shall have given to tlnv Czar tlie moral satisfaction
.he demands. When this point hasbeen obtained I
.will evacuate the Principalities immediately what
ever the time or the season. If I am attacked by
"the Turkisii army I wfd defend myself, conGueuiy
'Self to tlie defensive. (Signed,) GoirrsciiAKorr.
, ',-yoTuntary gifts of all descriptions continued .to
flow into the Turkish treasury. Jewels, money,
horses, houses aiid lands, to an immense amount,
were offered for the national service. Eight tiious-
and "Rediffs" were armed, clothed and equipped
fbr.the proceeds of the day's offering.
. Military preparations continue with unabated
'spirit The Turkish steam frigates Faizi, Bahri,
'Tail", Feridge, audMejedie, have been sent to Bey
route to take on board 12,000 regulars of the army
of Syria. Order has been given to call out 5(5,000
more "Rediffs,'' exclusive of the reserve. Of these
50,000, 18,000 were- armed and equipped by tho
city ,of Constantinople. The whole number enroll
ed themselves in one day, and within one week tho
arms, clothing and horses .were provided. Twenty
thousand Druses, irregular, under their chief Chei
bli, whoso Ion? withstood Mehomet Ali. were dailv
1 expected to join the army of Asia. One half of the
J urlasn tleet was aoout to leave for the coast of
'Asia, between- TrebizoncT andFatoum. Two,bat-
talions of chasseurs, armed and drilled on the sys
tem of the chasseurs de Vincennes, hail been sent
to Omar Pasha, and a third was about to leave for
Batoum. Orders had been Eent to the Governor of
Adtianople-to send without delav to Constantino-
L pie the Circassian Chief Sefer Bey, who had been
resHimg in meiormer city, ilazzan Jazidju had
matched at the head of 4,000 horsemen- for the ar
my of Asia, and it was stated that after retaining a
sufficient force in Egypt, Abbas Pacha can spare
15,000 more men to the Tutkish aid.
' 'In- -short every exertion was making but a3 yet
the last call on the enthusiasm of the Mussulman5,
the unfurling orthe Prophet's standard, had not
,bcen made, nor was it intendo J at present to make,
The Paris Journal da Debate indulges in some
speculations respecting the sources from which the "
large supplies ofmoneyattltcgovernment's disposal
are drawn. The Turks, says the DtlaU, have evi
dently resources with which no one is acquainted.
Some speak of a fcecret hoard which the govern -'ment
has now decided on broaching; others say that .
the Ulemas liave brought forward supplies. What
is certain is that the present is the season of the
year in which the treasury receives most of its tax
es. It is only after harvest that the Rayahs can
paytheir capitation tax; after harvest the landowners
and peasants pay their dues; at the same pep'od the
export trade commences, and pays a tax of five
percent on tneir articles; anUJurthcr, it is after har-
Vest that the native dealers renew their supplies of
foreign merchandize, on all of which there is a duty
oi tnree per cent,- lmring the present quarter tlie
government thus receive nearly the entire revenue
of the year. This, in a measure, accounts for the
plenlifuhiess of money, but cannot be expected to
continue. A proof of this is that the government has
commenced a new issue of paper money, and the
value of the pound sterling, which there regulates
the other exchanges, has risen at the bankers at
Gakta, to 12(5 piastres, equal to Zl francs 50 cent
ime?, to 130 in tlie bazaars aud shops, and will rise
higher a3 the war proceeds.
The Turkish force now in anna is estimated'
though somewhat loosely, at 300,000 men, namelv,
120,000 between tlie Dauubeand the Balkan, 15
000 in JBosni. C.OOO near Prhtinaor tho Servian
frontier; 50,000 who will be mustered within
twenty days at Adrainoplend from-SO.OOC to 100,
000 on the frontier of Asia.
The Russians on their part are actively increasing
their forces on the Danube. Immense barracks are
being built on its banks, the expense of which
Gortschakoff makes the Ilospodars pay,, and to
such a length has the Russian carried his demands
"that the Wallachian government has been compel
led to borrow six millions of piastres.
. A rumor was prevalent in ienna that the Prus
sians would attempt to crosi the Dunube, the 9lh
-or 10th instant This rumor rested on no founda
tion. On the 10th the Sultan requested the British
Ambassador to send for the fleets, which request
was- assented to. Tlie fleets were to enter the
Dardanelles but not the Black Sea. except to repel
any hostile movements- of the cnemv.
3?" Our cotton dealers will be pleased to learn
that a Board of Cotton Brokers is about to be es
tablished in New York. Several meetings have
been held during the last few days, and it has fi
nally been determined to establish tho Board forth
with. Tho necessity of having uniform correct re
ports of the state of the market, has induced this
rtep. Ileretolore, every Broker issued a different
report, and lu some instances there arc frequently
diirereneeS of jaa in quotations. Of courso peo- i
pie at a distance, uudcr these ciicumstances, are mi
able to judge Which is correct 'As soon as tlio
Board shall go into operation, an official report of
the market will be given each day. The Brokers j
will attend 'Change ausual, and immediately afUr j
meet at their board, and report transactions. Mem- I
phis Eitrjle and Enquirer. j
Fleet cose to Kiiw Onwaxs. During the past J
five day no less than eighteen steamers "have left;
tins port for .New Orleans. .Many of them started
from Cincinnati, and had barges fn tow with' pro
duce and provisioH?, and at a small average wchavc
no doubt that the fleet will take upwards of 5,000
tons of produce into that cily, and we think ' they ;
would average 175 passengers, which is equal to -a j
small army ot J.150 persons, all out of the Ohio
river in less than a week. Lou. (Jour.
AnscosDnD. The rumors for some time current, !
with reference to fraud among the contractors on
the Louisville and lashville Kailroad Companjj
have developed themselves witlun the past four
days, and amount to the following: John Fresh- i
water, a sub contractor, engaged on the masonry, i
bridges and culverts, some ten miles from the city,
absconded on the loth of October, and has not j
since then been seen or heard of. Previous to his
departure, he drew 9S0, and left behind him debts I
to the amount of $5,000. Farmere in the neighbor- :
hood, and laborers upon the road, were his princi
pal creditors. Lou. Coitr. !
'. fyy" AtMonphis, Tenn., tho other day, whisky
was mixed with water and given -to a mule. It
made' the animal "glorious drunk," and -he be
haved quite as foolishly as a man would under the
ur.;Ji'wno's uxmMugv.-iui, e)mwajreme.
. i 1 r . t . ( . .T I jLA T . J.jf
ay lsuniveraaiiy acj.uoKivujjv-u iw uoi iu cticme Te r
"Yofiowing is but one of ths tnouSjndsfTbhinGMttflStf'
' that I hare used on lolil' of your celebrated Worm Specif
1 ic with decidedly tcoideifcer, ad Would like to hare some
more of it. I conl.t sail anf quanti t y here. If Vbu send it
to me, I will tell it without any charge for my trouble, as
there are but few -physicians' here. " '
- .GSOROB WAOOOKFJt:
I)r, J.- P. Dromgoolc's Superior JEye Water.
This Universal SfiUjieTtr fiiiling-specific, for'altigfades of
SORE EYES, "is oBored to the public as s meafchjejirbrihy,
their entire ctiJifldcnceSBrlapprphation.. i never falls; even
cases of twin' etoifcigicari be- tisily and speedily
cured. WU.ctrfeS'JirtlW' ca?et. Will relieve the most
inveterate cases, nheJhecreceatijr long standing; running
c'r dry. The most puruleni oi!ithahuiiti.cr inthuumation of
the eyes', yicldjxt ofieo to'thls trolVastonishingmedidno.
Thousands of caes hare been' cured, by' it, and pnmereus
-'certificates are uoyju.ttiq haiidtptHhPfop'tietor, uriilng-
imichsuli-alxiVw4ctrtAiuryf this preparation. - -
' One bou'c" wll curi halfa aoien'c.ises, no Kiatfer liow; se-
lrlcc t mly 35 cents, Jn-t try It, Frequently twaor.tbrec
appUcltiousJWUUcucaconullnca,!c, ' r -
For sale in XasavilU: by the Proprietor, at the Paten! Med
icine Store, College street, and by Druggists generally.
uov2 dlw : -.. .-v
Delay not; harbor nojt in"joar ndnd that sentence of
fooLs philosophy, that aii will yet welt of itself, or
that you can cure it with certain medicinesfor a few-dollars.
Beware how you tamper with your general welfare.
Ye wild and vicious youths why will ye persist in dosing
with iejilthynartteiihq ecrmjtottnie daily proffered, there- J
by impairing your appetite and digestion and destroying
yoa mentally as well as physically, whea you can be. cured
with a few doses of pleasant medicines? .
Ye rakes, of every age and condition, why will ye suffer
and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for
the tiyoimient and even ordmary pursuit vtAikl You
who are thus annoyed and wish to be restored lb health and
vigor by a treatment at , pace pleasant and effectual, ghould
consult Dr. MORRIS. His success in chrenirle distant has
been greater than that of any other physician cf his day.
.Many who hatebeen foryeari aStcted with disease or con
sequences resulting from excess hare been restored to
health and vior under his really scientific- treatment.
Should a personal interview be objectionable, state yonr
disease in writting encloss fire dollars, address Dr. W.
H. MORRIS, through the Post-Ofllce, Xashrille, Term., and
a package of. medicines, tccurely put up, will. be. sent pri
vately and with dispatch, full directions therewith, and
io quotient iuled.
Pet sons living itt a distanc;, and afflicted with Scrofulo,
Old Ufart, TttUr Oatittrt, L'Ha, Fviida in Au, Grant
Slrtctttrfr, Ulttt, or any disease whatever of an aggrava
ted or malignant charter, can bo cured at home by consult
ing Dr. Mosius, by letter, post paid, enclosing five dollars.
Medicines pleasant and safe, can be sent per mail du any
part' of theUnitdd'tatea; "'
. Partieulacatteutluu given in the treatment of femalccom
pliints. Ladles who may bo afflicted with rrtyHlnritUr,
fiir Ait or irAii, J't oiufw Ukri or IiWi.' vf.
te Vtiiidr, would do well to lay aside all frlie delicacy
and pTouiptly consult the Dr.' Cures 'Wakb.vnted'I ' '
Ofliee over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedarst
uearI"o!t Office: Rwim,o.''W,np stairi ' noTS. tC
Jl'Lunc's vYennifiigc. Xo. remedy ever- Invented
has been so' successful as the great worm medicine of Dr.
11'L-iDC. All who have used have been equally astonished
and delighted at its wonderful .energy and eiGcacy. To
publish all the testimonials in its favor would SAs volumes;
we uiustjilierefore, content ourselves-with a brief abstract
ofa. few of them.
Japhct C. .Uieu, of Amboy, gave a dose to a child C years
eld, onS it brought hi worms. He souu after gave another
dose to the sam: child, which brought away 50 more, ma
king 133 wonnslnuboot 12 hours. ,
Andrew Dowuinpof Cranbttryfrwri'.!iip,. Venango coun
ty gare his chilli one tea-spoonful, and it passed 17" worms.
Next morning, on a refttition of the dose, she passed 115
mpre. , -
Jonathsn Houghmau, of West Union, Tark county, la.,
writes that he is unable to supply the demand, as the people
In hU neigeborhood say, after a trial if the others, that none
is equal to Dr. MTLane's .Vermifuge.
. Messrs. D. !i 3. W.Coltop, pf Winchester, Ind., Iiappened
last Spring to get -soma of this Verniifnge. . After selling a
few bottles, the demand became so great for it that their
stcck was soon exhausted. They slate that it-has produced
the best effect wherever used, and is verypipuhir among
But we must, for want of room, reserve further instances
fiir a future notice,
Sold whoiesald and retail by .the principal Druggist of
Nashville and throughout tkc.United states.
tST At the Verandah Hotel kept by Mrs. Ed
jionwjx and lier Fon-in-'aw Mr. lUcnus, there is a gentle
man from Scott County, Ky., who, for ttrHre TQorUht, snffer
ed greatly from a chronic du-ease of the stomaclt and bowels,
which could not.be removed by the most (tppnud practice,
respected and continued as it wm fur the DccUrf tale.
He had paid his Doctor's Bill, without any calculation of
making another, thnking it was of no ue; and no one ex
pressed any hope of his recovery except a Mranger, who
happened to pass that ivaj-, and advisedthiniio a different
course of treat)nentnhich hss this recommendation, that
i jirpiceis iiMnit hasmade him feel like engaging in
business. But wltv dees he come out of this spell of sick
1 nessastning.advocat6f -Dr. Arnold's Union Pillf
! Beet use, they'sre VUeju-iHcipul fmltj used in thetreat-
ment ofhis cae;und to their 9y he i-s, principally in
debted ftirhwrecovety. Sttould not 'sficn" case's bepubltsh
ed? If some persaut are ;jKid to their publication, can
anybody tell us the reason wlii
The gentleman above referred to is,Euts Stoxb, a broth
er of Joux Stoxe, the clerk at the Vieaxdau.
N'ashville, Oct.19 tf.
Dr. Morse's Invigorating Elixir Cordial
Among all kerbs applied in medical practice, that which
forms the main ingredient in tlrJS preparation stands su
preme. It is Nature's cath'oloconl Had the. travels of Dr.
Morse, which has added so much to Science in its various
branches, resulted in the dlseovery of this herb alone, he
would still havebeen the greatest benefactor of the age
Mineral remedies are utterly superseded liy this purely ve
getable specific. And vou weak, dyspeptic, nervous, sub-
("ecttosndden fl uhes, convulsel wit.h neuralgia or ifc dw
Urtur, Irregular in any physical function, enervated in any
organ; subject lo spasmodic pins of any kind! Here is
your remedy. Is yonr mind, your memory clouded; does
your bead fail you in busine, are you depressed in spirits,
debilitatpj, worn out, and utterly "out of heart " Here is
your renovator. Here is a stimulant more effective than
alcohol; permanent in its effects, ami harmless to the system
as tillered water. Think of thee thing, you that are sick
and suffering, and test onr words by experiment.
The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, in pint bot-tlf-A.
Price three dollars per bottle, two (or five dollars, six
fur twelve dollars. C. IL RING, Proprietor,
1S2, Broadway, New Yort
J5jjd.by Dniggtsts throughout the United States, Canada,
the West Indies, and by W. F. GRAY, successor to Cart
right Armstrong, coi ncr ot Market and Broad trcets,
Nashville, Tennessee. oct26 lino d.trwAw.
It. R. R. No MrsTer is its Qmo. Acnox ix Sror
P1XU PaW AXO llKUQTlXlt irs' Cause. If yuuare suffering
pain, RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF will in-lantly stop
Uiotaest a jvere paroxysms. I f Cramps, it instantly allays
irritation,' and impart to every part of tliesystem heat and
Ircalth; it produces on equal cireulationufbfood.andinruses
healihacd strength into the weak; disabled, Luue, disease-
i3ii-n iimu uuu joint, ii diet jieauRcoeor jcura!gia it in
arrhoa or Rheumatisms alUictyou, it will instantly stop the
pain, and by. lakiug it inten.a')y will cleanse and sweeten
the Stomach, give strength aud vitality to the nerves, ren
der them teite aud strong, and iron-proof ngainst renewed
attacks of pain. Rodway's Ready Relief is composed orac
tivcand positive properties; nothing inert or useless, dan
gerous or jnHsouoiu, enters its comixisitiou. It will always
relieve pain and cure its eauie.
N.B The sick ill. pl&iscberia mind that e 'prepare
three different real cdics. IU,Ii. Relief, however quick it
.. t: l. T - ! i tj--- t. II ' 1 I . ........
stops pain, will i,ot ewe nil- diseases. All acute pains
arising from diseased action, Nervoti'ncss, Languid' Circu
lation, ucaimcss, &c.,itHiJi,quickIrcure. ' Butfordiseascs
j arising from Bod Blood.tftadwey's Renovating Resolvent
' is it quick, pleasant and Radical Cure,
i It renovates the wholeysteul, and makes the bUxid pure,
, rich and healthy it rtsslves away from the solids all dis-
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Sctofufa, SyphilHs, Cancers, Ulrt.s, Tumors, Rickets, Ac
I Price of Resolvent, gl per bottle.;
R.R.R.NaS Radtvat'sRegubtors insure laall who
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BOUNDLESS WEALTH is not. half so valuable a3 that
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TIIE GRAVE, with all iis terrors, and unknown realities,
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TIIOUSANDS'OF BEiyOcAJld easily have their lives
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offered which will relieve nearly all Female complaints and
irregularities, if only used: and that medicine is "Droom
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By ?jed Buntline.
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111C iti Ij mjucr.ix.ui, ur, auj, ac wimjiuuiui .
Daughter. By Reynolds.
Tor sale by
Last night-bnt two of the re-enipigement ot tho eminent
American trageduuMr. J. B. ROBERTS, w!k will, by par
ticular requejt. repeat his favorite part ot DUKE OF OLDS
TER, in which he was received with the greatest applause.
. ..Mrs. COLEMAN POPE,.
THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER ltf, 1858,
Will be performed Shakespeare's Tragedy of
RICHARD TUE TJIIRD.
Te conclude with the Farce of
Saturdar Evening, benefit of Mr. J. B.JROBERTS.
f3fBox Office open from 5, A. M, to 12 M and from
to 5, P. M., tha Keats mav be tcured.
PRICE OF ADMISSION Box and Parquette, 75 cent;
Second Tier, 50 cents; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 cts;
Colored Bx, 50 cents; Colored Gallery, 25 cents.
Doors open at sy. Performance to commence at 7
MEDICINES, THAT HAVE BEEJVFULLY
tested, during the past year, by many of the most re
spectable citiiens of Nashville- The advertiser is permitted
to refer to Mr. Samuel Watkins. whose servant was cured
ofa most inveterate Scrofula. Also, the servant of Mr. J.
Colilus of the same disease. Five cases of Cancer have
rein cured: twtntr cases of Rone Felon. Mr R. U. Jones's
son was cured of "Sore Eyes, afle- having been unde.- the
treatment oi two oi ine niosi msuoguisneu a uysicuns iur
eight months, almost totally blind.
At least one hundred repectable persons in Nashville,
and its vicinity, -an bv seen who will vonch for the great
bene5ts of his'courseof treatment, without the .use ot the
knife or mercury.
Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Fistula, Mercurial Dis
eaies. Ulcers, old Chronic Diseases, Sore Eyes, and all im
purities of the blood.
Twenty years of constant Practice, fifteen in New Orleans,
nrior to comina to Nashville. Those interested, are res
pectfully invited, to call, examine and consult, fres of any
Office No 47 Union it, near Cherry.
4?orl0 ly. n EDWARD THOMAS.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson County Court November Term, 1853.
George D. Uamlett, Adrn'r, and others, 1
Johnson, aud others. )
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, in this
case, that two of the defendants, to wit: Squire Johnson
and his wife Martha Johnson, are non-residenls of the State,
being citizens of the State of Missouri, and that the whole
process of this Court could not be rerved upon them, it was
ordered that publication be made in some newspaper for
thirty davs, requiring said defendants to appear at tbe De
cember Term of this Court, and plead to the petition, other
wise the said will be taken for confessed as to tbem, aud
set' for hearing, pirt F. R. CHE ATHAM,
"ovS wAtw tilt dec 9 Clerk.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
Davidson Coanty Court November Term; 1853.
J. A. Mabry, Adni r, - i
DanielD.Mabrr, and others, J
IT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court, in this
case, that the defendants, Wm. H. Mabry and Lewis
Jlabrr, are non-residents of the State, and that the usual
process of this Court can not be served upon them, it was
ordered that publication bo made for thirty days in some
newspaper, requiring said defendants to appear and answer
at tlie next term of this Court, December, 1854, otherwise
thev will be proceeded against by default
not9 till dec 9 . Clerk.
GR.EFENBERC 3IEDICINIvS-J UST RE
ceived 100 gross GitcRnberg Vegetable Pills; -S0O
dozen Green Mountain Ointment;
200 do Gra-fenberg Health Hitters;
100 do " tve Lotion;
73 do Marshall's Uterine Catholicon, for diseases
of Females; ,
50 dozen Libby'a Pile Ointment;
C00 do Dyscutery Syrup,
'At do SarsapanlU'Comiiound;
200 do Fever and Ague Remedy;
IUJ uo cniuren a ranocea;
12 do Consumptive Ualms (hourly expected);
Go,000 copies Oni-I'enberg Health Almanac, for ItM,
for gratuitous tiistributiou.
novlO Agent Grafenberg Co.
CilEAP WINES. JUST RECEIVED FROji
the Gncfeuberg Company in New York
50 dozen lirandv;
12 do Schiedam Gin;
"12 do Gold Sherry;
24 do Particular Madeira;
24 do Port Wine;
The above liquors are warranted to be genuine, and of the
beht quality. They are imported by tlie Graifenberg Com
pany expresily for medicinal purposes as the subscriber
keq these liquors solely for the accommodation of the
punnc,ana wiuioniauyeveto proni, ue wm mru mem u
their original cost and carriage, and lower than any pro- '
fussed deoh-r can undertake lo sell articles or tlie same
quality. ALEX. MACKENZIE,
novlO Agent Grfenberg Company.
STATE OI' TENNESSEE.
Davidson County Court No vcmbcrTcrm, 1853.
Henry J.lljde 1
MillaSlunDon and others )
IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of tbe Court,
that tbe following defendants, to wit I William Shan
non and his wifeMillapli&unon, formerly Milla Hyde, wliot
residence is notkuuwn, and Edmond Hyde, Martha Hyde,
finI Monriana II vde. the three last be.nr minor children nt
Jolin Hyde, jr deceased, and residents cf the Slate of Illi
nois, are non-residents of this State, and are wit of the juris-
diction of this tflurt, and that the usual process of this i
Court cannot be served upon
Uiem,itisonlerea tnat publi- i
cation be made in some newsjiaper for said defendants to
come forward on the first Monday in December next, and
plead, ans er or demur to tbe bill, otherwise the same will
be taken fur confessed as to thetu, and set for hearing at tbe
eaid term of the Court F. R.CHEATHAM, Clerk, Ac.
nov9 twAwlstdec Printer's feefl.
ATOTicl:.SUDSCRIJ!ER.S TOTHE I'RES
lN BYTERIAN HERALD, at Louisville, Ky., are inform
ed that the undersigned is an authorized agent for that pa
per. Now is the time to pay in advance, and save tdty
cent. CHARLES W. SMITH,
-octiS College i near Union.
XL JPAl-ER. RILL PAPER, BROAD
and narrow- by the ream or single quire For sole by
-POV6 CHARLES W. Soil HI.
EYE FLOURRUSSELL tt ROND, 34,
Broad Street, harejust received an excellent article of
KVE FLOUR, bolted and unbolted.
novS A r.
W . NE1V CNGlilSH 3
V.-1KEIIKYXCO." havttjost received
" t IaTieUirt'dloUcfrtsfeipn'P)tlja
Tenth to th nd of the Eijatejtotii tnrtr. St cailL
i M.Thtiri'HistoryfthsWh rt&tiunfs flr.
I ma, 5 v..lsVcIoth.
, , WidkersAnal;?TOtil-t, .
. The Lu;Cf F.eld-Mart WafcS. C
!. 10. BreeS" Rtibvay l,rctBrtT.
oy 5e6n'gravTngs qb.
12. Btj Lalmc oa the. CuosCitiva Ji jAgkjtd. wtfh Mr
Macjiegur'? Notes.' - '
plete account. of ibe KntiAacieml; City, the RmaUis
oOho MiddlffAgcs, aaduVMoBteaeii of Modem
, Bemirks oa the Fine Arte, na . Muetmu of SWp-ur-
H. Stories cf EnglLfi sad FlaV By WlWam isi
Maryllowitt. Wi tbd9 easr&jit9. . 4. .
15. Lif of WeWntten; Ijpia dfe StMfcr.
13. BoswelTi USt of, JoBobob, iCunraHj ediden, rots.
oouca inr cau.
repe' Homer's lHni, wifli 9kxMMr3 lttmmions,
I. Pupe'slloaier't OJyey,wiih Fkraani JUudrat'onji,
colL - , ..... x
1 ?, Halls Book-of UrjtisJl Bah. - ' '
2. Beaulies of the Cwift C Cbrfei the itccad, with
Portraits. j ' '
21, The Htaitrstl,iragaaio5 TAitC
ZJ The CryUl Pa!acead rts QaluW -' ' -
S3. Maxwell's Vk.twi t WeUingtej, "
21. The Origin and Prngnsascf ke Art of Writfa. -'
" AT" AUCTION,
DUNCAM, MOBfiAN & 00.,
On Tuesdny, WednesUar and Thursday,
yjmlr 1S4I, ltt tftk, TVtw
' TC CLOSE OCT CONSIGNMENTS.
WE wtt sell at auction, on TUESDAY, WEDSESDAV
and THURSDAY. Nuvetnlnr l.',th. lt 1 and i:tt.
withont reserve, the laqtist aixt best avrd rtcck txrr
otfrtvd in Nashritle, of rwetn-oait Utunuc, Staple and
Comprising t)i greotet Tarwty, Ladi4 Dress Good.
Woolens; Studs, U otnes aud Ceadmao Wear, mwrior
1 1 1 M h n I ,1. ., . ,.
I . . I . . .,
uuuw ami anira imimuiwu wiwf. alia I
i srmeres, cewMyie raucy loMiiiiMesv Jlottletl .lusimeres.
lilacs, Diue, cadet- ana maea uineis, la
block, blue, cadet, ami mUed Satinets, Fnaoy Maid da of
cutirelv new pattercs, Harno Jjkh. black, hiu, grey and
gold-mixd k, bright adured Ptaut Jtaut block asd fane
Silk awl Sah'i e-ting", Cosfaniera ami Y !cea.-tes da,
French Vest SusfKSvbUt-k Silk Velvet of stuffier quality
black and c-jlorod Tabby V;vi high eui-n-fi I'awimervs
Cashmeres de toss, Mtijia drLaues, Sa.! PktiM, Can
ton Cteths, SuKd calorad Mushn d LatiM, all noul French
and English merisos, Silk Warp Aiptcca, rwh lustre, Bro
cade Alpaocas, faucv tuHi AIucco, silk furared Lama
Cloth, extra -t Chnrr-, p-tossr. Wack iunterwg !ilL
of all widths, bner rairawt Siks Drm HLof newstvla
t ind great vanetv, rich Pnfir'ti BlWSitia. PUkI Si!kWa
Ltered Hplius, Lyons Mk filk VaHvt. tUncy Paris Silk --
ting, turaina tin, ixhumh Lioooa- ut tm: vr-ety, rtewml
and superior nuohty, bkek an: colored Vauum Ifibbons
Cap and Black Velvet tin, browu. gnm an-I Uce Jrsjr.
Silk Cloves of aH qiulith-s, cloth doves fleeced kucd.
Men's and Women's Castrnwrs Ul-s Twirfed SitkMitti,
Lace MitU, and Gloves of a)! tbeduthrant (irtces an-i qual
ities. Dlack aad cotoml Cimuerev Atoaaca. Lawns, xl
and Merino -Hose and half Himc. Mmc, red, blue, y'lo
and fancy colored Print of vry Trw) ; fuux quarter
double purple and .EniUs.i I'nusc Punuture PrinLs, Tur
key Red do.. Casomera do , new stile Kttgii&h ua.
bleached Mthruaad I'rilKugicf all ril ies and n.dih. ,
brown Muslins and DnllinA-s a all wi.;Uv, blue, drab,
red. green and marble lilantcts; 1 jc .iw k i-f lied, tllan
kets, Crib Rlaskvto, stcaaiUMt b ih !, txswy ape,
browu and white Mooltidavr iUank Dotrd dix, Uduti
twilled do.. Plaid ALuua iha--u.. Lti.kj. Ne?n
Blankets, I'biid horse v wh'tr. .. e ! scj-vt a&dgreej
ITanneJs, Bed Ticilnc, -t, 7- a ; 1-1 wule Fernilur
and Apron Cheeks, Hiekujy s, Mfcrmwa sfripes,
and counterpahi Checb, mie r t . aps. wootn Iiooui,
woolen Comforts, and the j;r.-'-'.- i va-wty tf rfttairing
and Lace work. wKhe goods ut' a I ; alitun. Swiss, !iu
scok, Uookaud- M!l Mtnfeis, J.. -ett ta.-iiSrie. trees,
barred MreHlas, white and c. Cariru-, Needle.
Iins, Silk, Linen and ClMI Ttin-.-!, liui-'uon fcr Uvcr
coats, dress cottfi, man and vi.-.-. ';nid. Taj ; Ac A
Als 500 cafes Boavtr, 1. !e Uin anl Angolaila
Kossuth and Mexican nift Het-. i.rk, white and cotorea
black and colored (ir Hats, law 'nck of Causof tn-nr
varietv, UmUrrfta. of alttJired;'n" it Jir an J quahUf
new fall KtyV Sflk Bbmets, tni.. J; Truelimj Bj,
Carjiet do.,' Satcbe' Hai Jware, O r. Pa; cr. Ac Ac
The stock is tlie Urgent ewr Mtrytj in tii'- uiarWettaad w ,i
be sold fre4v. Several i.ret eeuagnuu.' .-h we Uav -instructions
lo clvM, Tbe ktni lyt ( i reuclt and otlu
coutinentol oumposa a large ortuD ef thu stock, nim.li
will be sold ft ilhout reserve. Ternis Bteral. '
DUNCAN. UOKGAN AGO
F STORE SALiS, im.
December lCth, lk,d Idttk.
AUCTION SALS OF GROCERIES
BY JIORRIS 4 STRATTOfJ.
"YTTE rtill sell in froetof rnr More,ta .Moodar BOin.D
W next, tin.- HUi Navtuiber, fer cash :.
60 hhds prime brown Sujar,l v baft Cuorse bolt;
lvO bsgs Extra Bait Celiee; ! W M-iJh:ra dv;
lOOhbUchotee r'J Mormwjjmo bM-tOtitn WhisSrrt
0 bbls loaf, crush'd and pow " Pike's Mi.nehs;
dered Sugar; V " Tmwsce D D do;
50 casks sup CarbSeak; ti " Mnnthttv, Rye- and
25 boxes Bar Soap; Hearing Whiirr;
23 do Stare! - " Uroiid-. , Gin, and
2 do Tallow Candles; Runt;
2iJ do . Tobacco, t br'alO bM Ma) and Port Wine,
Together with Idig, MwMer, Pepper, Siiic?, Ginger,
Brimstone, Alum, ltlaekiag, Itroen Tea, Brooms. At
We invito tbaitio ef eVnlew nernily tutfeia sale,
as we are determined toseH wittiest leorw
nov3 MiRIs AsTRATfON
VIRTUK OP FOUR WKlTS-f jit. -i
mm to me
I directed, frwH ttie ftraril Vrmrtvt Uin Cui'ed Stale
for the Middle District of Teaneer. toumlt on fonr Judg
ment", rendered in said C mt t hi September Term,
to wit: 4
David Jayne & Swh, rs MerirL. Ortwn'e! ', and Lerov
Armstrong. Judgment f.th Svfitcnber. 1 1.' '; ame.
same, Judgment 1Mb Sep leather, ; W. H'l Rllv S Son.
rMumr, JndgmeAt l&lli Seteob(T, Is"", and John M
Otr. .same. JudMsen ltli Si. ember. I?.' .
' 1 will to the- highe hi.luer tor Ci-h a :he Court
t House door, in the Cwf "f SliWV, u MCNDaY, 'he
i 12th day ft December, all the right, title, claim, sod
' interest, of tlie mid DefeiHiw.t, Leroy J rmsti onjj, In and
to the fallowing 1M, n trie ;ityef iVaaHrille, to wit:
LOT, No. -';, asoWgrtaled in ibe pton of thi OiHrg? r
Academy property, froonng -V fcei e Che.Tr itreet, and
1 running duck me rami oepin ci uo n pan oi ie
Citv, and is ailjoimBg tbe rmtdeneeot Wat. K-cLflL
. ALSO, part of IxH. Ne. finntinf leet on SumnuT
I street, ss extended, btxmdeit as JolbnrK bekioung at tue
I North-west corner of R F. Jlowjh's IM en th eat tiij t
i Summer street; Ikenee nlun tt f of id street
, 5feetr thence at rightaBle.'y and parallel w lib
Sumaer stmsl lO fcet ern' line; theme nonir,:
I lck wltksaiU line about feet ton Aliev. ilieocesou'
! wardly wi saH .Vwr fce M Meeety's en Mr; thence
I with tbe line of Moely's Ut, abuut 179 fref, ts tbr hfj--i
n in g corner.
j The undivided inleret i-f Marx L 0ttvtrht, in tli
above dereribed Low. H4-UToytJ to Leiov'A i i-iiroi g. ' V
I two Deeds, Irearuig U4ee 2IM 1mm, l'4S,andaram i -;
cord in the Reutei's tiHre Baritou cowniy, in 1 xj,
I No 1 7, paes Sfi aad
I Both of said Let hare. teealeiilnyoii a Uw ,-injpcrtr ol
- Defendant Armssivng ami wA be sekt ie MUufy said writs
this rithdayof Octoba l-i';.
i J R. CLEMENTS,
ti-n.n i H V i I 'Hl'lif;
K. N. I LiitEST.
OFFER FOR WALK AX' VPilLIC
1 Auction at tlie Court Manse, m Nviite, m thr l"'li
inst, a No. , 10, 1 '., d r2, csauunn-g 2 aor 2'j
jwles, as designated ia 2. IL' Ctuldfcesa' Plau -f totsou t!ie
North side ot Cumberimd Ki tar, and UM tlie Gaibiin aud
Vaughn Turnpikes, ami in the ixn mediate Reurhfcerhood cf
Tbnt. OudweH aiwl A. Xtfcmu'i. Terms made known
on the day of sale. B. A. liAL-OKE,
nort r, Caaial Ayen .
O- ILlMtESSEI) DtCK saiiiXsTvNDDKAW
EKS. Keceived tti day. a Kit ef tmf nor tvvy Oil
Dres-evl BuekSbHtsaad Draaeri. For vim v.-
Ladies aud Gentfefflen'i FmnUh Bg titott, -No. Coi-.e
BLACK AND KAJtCY COLORKD SCARF
STOCKS. We have m cur wve.t auftthfr auc
rrr,,f j, scarf S lnm, bb.vic an ftner coW,
. - ,",, laC.j., " M VEV-. A tfeOILU
For sale by itvJ
LJILK AND SAT1.H 5 Ait. D.lY
O received, an eWgaortieuis.ilrj tm Scali-,
of various colore. eera MY&HS A tcOILt.
I' ID, UircK AND fclLK GLlVi, Jl'sT
L received a c '
liaJies'andGentlemensFuniiaaiogStof, No, 56 CoUcge
TTRENCH MOSOM SKIRTS JI ST RE
JJ cerred. an assuriirent of Treca h.uin shirts, IsJest
ityIe;forsaleby twrS MYKk.-A iltGILL.
'XSOUUMH at A KJI1 ST KAD. 1 0 l'Atit
geS of iiinjbenr A ArmMiiMd perr ChwiagTo
a, just rtceiveu ana rar saie oy
JUH'SO. IIORVES TO.
TARCII. SO boxai Fax's Peariburch. For sale by
W. It GORDON & CO.
4 W&Pty:d St KtUiiifcm fe'IlersditferEai