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J. L. MARLING, E. CKASTHiX, O.C. TOEBtTT, . C.C. CITOECU.
J O IIJI,. M All Ii ItfLG'& C O .f
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS..
, .SUNDAY MORNING,
NOV. 20, 1853.
' - ' "FIRST PAGE."
On the first page of the daily will be found se yeral
columns of interesting miscellany.
LOUISIANA ELECTION-ANOTHER "REBUKE."
A despatch from 2ver Orleans, dated the lGth
,1nst, Bays: "Further election returns have b'eente
ceived.in this city, -which show a Democratic ma
jority in the Legislature on joint ballot of thirty.
. Tje .Congressional delegation -will stand three
. Democrats and one" Whig." '
Wisconsin. .The election has resulted in the
choice' of thcfollovving ticket They are aU.demo
crats: Wm. A. Larstow, Governor; Jas, ?Lewis,
Lieut. Governor; Edward Fansua, State Treasurer;
Alexander Crae, Secretary of State ; George B.
Srhithjttoniey General; Wm. Dennis, Bank
: Comptroller; A. W! f tirks, .State Prison Commis
sioner. . v . - - - .
JgF After runs ballotings, tho Legislature of
Vermont on Friday, succeeded in electing a "United
i States Senator in-place of Mr. Fuelvs, ' (whig.)
I, Judge Jvellocq (democrat) is the successful candi--late,and
was elected by three votes over lus'whig
competitor, Judge Collamer.
Editors Union and American: .
In th editorial columns of your valuable journal
of the 17th inst, I observe an article on the subject
jof Railroads, which deserves more than a passing
.noticej, it accords not only with the views of a large
inajoritytof the people of the. State, but embraces
facU, whjch ought to engage the special attention of
That-the State is burthening herself "with an im
mense. debt to aid in tho constructibn "of roads of
kittle, comparative value to our own citizens, while
indispensable to other States" is an indisputable truth,
and it.s equally true that there are as much to fear
rom over zealous legislation for mere local improve
ments,. tho great injury of those of & general
.character, involving the vital interests of the whole
The voting dawn of a resolution introduced in
the Senate to ascertain "tho amount of-indebtedness
which the State lias incurred, or is pledged to incur,
on account of. the Omnibus Bill of the last session
of the Legislature," indicates too plainly, tho exist
ence of a feeling, dangerous to the future credit of
the State, and calculated to defeat the construction
of works, which in every way would redound to
the honor and prosperity of the country. A Cen .
iral Road from the Mississippi river to our Eastern
boundary, is what the n ecessfta of the Agricultural,
CommercitJ and Meclianical interests of the people
of Tennessee demand, and ihey must have it, or
else submit to be mere "hewers of wood, and draw
ers of water" to their neighbors, to which end the
tendency of some of our present-Railroad improve
ments is rapidly progressing. What lias mostly
aided to produce the wonderful increase in the value
of real estate m Ohio? ($325,000,000 in the last
sir years,) her Central Railroad and its tributaries;
and .this is by no means an. isolated case. The same
results every where appear, where a judicious sys
stem has been adopted; a system that has for iU
main object, "tho greatest good to the greatest num
bpr;" a system, encouraged and maintained by legis
lative 'Wisdom; a system, that knows no .North, no
South, no East, no West. Adopt such a system in
this State, and the local advantages now desired
are sure to be attained in good time, and all sec
tional prejudices and feeling will be merged in tho
universal prosperity of the people.
The present policy, or rather impolicy, in regard
to Railroad improvements, is notoriously unpopular,
hence the protests against appropriations of large
amounts of mprigvj to raise which, additional and
heavy taxat:on mustJbe resorted to. This would not
be the case, if, a comprehensive policy, embracing a
great JSiale imprpementhsiH .been the object of legis-
cj following extract from a leading commercial
pager in, New York, pliinly shows the, .disadvan
tages we labor under for waift of the means of in
tercommunication: -"Some new companies have recently been started
to work mines in Tennessee, and vast promises are
held out to operators to embark in them. We have
no' doubt that there is some basis for these specula
tions; but it does strike us as important that opera
tors .should bear in mind tliat Tennessee is far re
moved from the centres of sales and traffic, and that
five years ago, promises quite as brilliant weread
vanced on Hs propects. People then said that
Tennessee was an inexhaustible field for raining,
and that alLwhohad an interest in its mines would
reap immense fortunes. Five years have elapsed,
and notwithstanding all that has been said about
the sulphureted and oxide?, no returns have yet
been made from Tennessee veins. This is enough,
' in our opinion, to dictate great caution to those who
propose investing money in them. Up to this time
- leaving coal and iron out of the question the
United States contain fire mining districts, all of
which possess Mipcnor claims to Tennessee. There
are the New York lead region; tho gneiss formation
of Chester county, Pennsylvania, for lead; the min
eral range through Virginia, North and South Caro
lina and Georgia, for gold and copper; the Far
West, Missouri, Iowa. Wisconsin, L'a, for lead; and
Lake Superior, for silver and copper. In all these
districts, both individual enterprise and corporate
capital have reaped actual returns; and until Ten
nessee does as much for those who have cast their
lot within her .borders, wo advise outsiders to ad
here to the five we have enumerated."
ITere, we are told, that Tennessee is too "far re
moved from Ihe centre's of sales and traffic," and that
however valuable her mineral wealth may be, cap
italists had better cast her aside, and turn their at
tention to Pennsylvania, Georgia, Iowa, Wisconsin,
&c, because, by means of Railroads, they are not
"outside barbarians" but can be approached this is
not' a mere fancy of the brain, but a stubborn, la
mentahle truth, and until nieaus of communication
are provided for access to our niincnd region, this
name obfeclion must exist, to the great detriment of
the public good.
Your efforts to "arouse a feeling in favor of a
"well regulated system of Railroad imjirovemenls,''
meets with the approval of 'time-tenths of the re
flecting community, and you are faithfully doing the
duty of public journalists, in writing down all at-
I" tempt3 to drain the Treasurj', and burthening the
people with taxes, to carry out schemes entirely
foreign and localin their character, and which cannot
' bn't mar the advancement of works indispensably
"necessary to the be3t interests of Tennessee.
Yellow Fever is Philadelphia. It appears
fMm a statement in the Medical Examiner for No-
L vember that there was a good deal more of 3'ellow
; fever in Philadelphia, this past summer, than was
P generally known to the public there or elsewhere,
"or than the papers there thought it expedientto ac
knowledge. According to the authority in ques
tion! nrst 0350 appeared on the 10th July, and
h uie lasi on inc i ui ui jL-ioucr. miring ims period
of eighty days there were one hundred and seventy
cases, and one hundred and twenty-eight deaths, j
equal to 75 per cent or one death in every 142 j
jjhtmdrodtlis. This statement shows cither that the
fdiseasc was of extraordinary malignity: that the
fcacases were improperly treated; or, what is more
Improbable, that ouly those which were expected to
Exterminate fatally were reported as yellow fever.
ir. Y. F. Giur, Druggist, corner of Broad
rWand Market Streets, has just received a consignment
of Morns' Invigorating Cordial. See advertise-
increase of srEciE?nr3!iE united states.
iog the increase)!" the precious mcUlswi-thecouD.'
try since the year 1848. ;Takmg it fojpgranted that
die exbibitfherewitb made iffa reliabl?onc? the im-
.posing characterSol the figures, given Jurnislies-ltie
lwancier, ana tnose. -fkuicu -in .me.saenc&oi - .pu -
litical economy, with ample data, almost astound-
incr facts for reflection and imnroveraent Gold
;hpndred.and three million dollars has been deposhed
in. the mints of the United States since the close of
the war with Mexico and-tlio acquisition of Cali
fornia. Seventy-five millions of this amount have
been exported within the time named, leaving a
net increase to the substantial, the constitutional
currency of the country, of upwards of one hun
dred nd twenty-eight millions: of dollars. J These
large figures Tvill surprise many, and serve to show
how "great have been die ' excesses in speculation
and commercial adventure," in the language f
Gen. -Dix, creating in the midst of such abundance
of the precious metals, a tight money market: :
The article we jind in the " Philadelphia Evening
.Bulletin" as follows : .
" On application at the United States mint .we
have been politely furnished by Col. Snowden with
the following Statement of the deposites of Ameri
can gold at that institution, and all the' branch
mints, from the date of tho discoveries in California
up to July 30th, 1853 : - f
Dcrusrm or caufookia-gold at the. wstj.
Philadelphia, Mini. " ''
- - $4-1,177 00
- -5,431,439 00
-' 31;067,50o 00
: 46,939,367 00
- 39,821,490 00
" f 3S,0S0,253 85
: --rxf K
Kililonega Charlotte K Orleans TbtaL
' S1.124 0d $1,124 00
.. . , . - flC9,921- OO.t -069,321 00
3C.O25.O0 .- 4,575,567 00 4,005,592 00
14 072 00 "15,111 00 8,769,623 00 8,998,865 00
824,981 00 28,861 76 8,777,784 00 .4,131,076 83
1853, to July , ,
-801 260,607 78 14,599 49 "1;389,20S 02 1,674,215 29
Total, S39.635 85 5S.S72 25 19,183,2?6 02 20,030,794 12
Add deposites at Philadelphia Slint, - 172,034,231 85
Total California deposit to July 30,1853 192,115,025 97
Subsequent deposites at Philadelphia Hint
August, 1853. - ,66&,000 00
September, 1852, r 2.975,000 00
October, 1853, ' - - " - - 4,327,009 00
Total California deposiU to Oct 31, 1853: 203,SS6,023 97
" We have thus tho amount of gold of California
production received at the mints up to the 1st of
November, except the deposites of the last three
Tnonths at the branch mints, which are not' likely
to have been of .sufficient magnitude to make, them
material to our purpose The next thing to be
considered is the amount of specie exported .from
the United States, and this we are enabled to ex
hibit' with 'sufficient accuracy. Official documents
show that the entire exports and imports of specie,
from .1847 (the famine year) to 1853, were as fol
Net exporfs'of specie for sir years." '
Add exporta for first ten moLths of -
as ascertained irom returns
and'estimates, says .--."'. 25,000,000
Total erports of specie " " " 75,105,207
"The whole question 'rosy then'be' briefly stated as fal
lows: - i ..
Receipts of California gold to
OcUiber31. 1853 - $203,SS6,025 97
Exports of specie from 1S47 ,
to October 31, 1653 - ' - - 75,105,207 00
Net increase of specie
123.7S0.S1 8 97
ANNEXATION OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS POL
ICY OF THE PRESIDENT.
The intelligent correspondent of the New Tork
Courier and Enquirer writes from Washington un
der date of November 8th, as follows:
The news from the Sandwich Islands, by the last
mail is interesting. Dr. Judd, tho American Mis
sionary, who has virtually governed the Island for
the last twelve or fifteen years, as the prime minis
ter of King Kamehamcha, has been superceded .by
lion. Elislia W. Allen, late Commissioner of the
United States. The King and his Government ap
pear to have acceded to die project for the aunexa
tion of the Islands to the United States. The for
eign diplomatists have protested, and the govern
ment in unison with the American commissioners
have replied in defence of their conduct As early
a3 'May of last yearl wrote you that the acquisition
of this important group was a prominent feature in
the foreign policy of the administration, and I have
no doubt that the whole business has been conduc
ted in strict conformity with iastructions from the
State Department. The arrangements will be con
cluded as soon a3 Congress shall confer upon the
Executive the necessary authority for signing pa
tters. The Islands Jiave about sufficient territory
and population to make a medium sized State of the
The latitude of the Sandwich Islands is about the
same a3 that of Cuba 21 degrees north. The chief
production is the same sugar. The native race is
dying out, and will soon be extinct The Islands
have been Christianized and civilized by New Eng
land Missionaries, but the aboriginals cannot endure
sontact with the superior race. They wither as our
Indians do.at the touch of the European, like stub
ble before the fire. The influences under which the
group will come into the Union, will cause a tem
porary oblivion of the slavery agitation, and the an
nexation of this insular State will be accepted as a
set off to that of Cuba. They will probably come
in together, as Maine and Missouri, Texas and
Iowa, Michigan and Arkansas, did. Uut as the
nature of the products and the latitude seem best
adapted to the labor of the hardy African race, it is
probaole that the Sandwich Islands will hereafter
be the theatre, or the cause of the same exciting
controversy which lm already so violently agitated
Uncle Tom's Cabin. A short distance below
Fort Tickering there lives an old negro man' in a
log cabin, by the name of Uncle Tom. Whether
it lie the same- personage on whom Mrs. Stowe has
btstowed such a world-wide reputation or not, we
cannot say. At all events, Uncle Tom lives there
m his cabin by himself, as laitlilut ana industrious a
negro as ever lived, earning ins daily Dread by nam
ing wood to town, and has accumulated some
money the past few years, with which he bought
his own freedom. Since he has been a free man,
Tom has worked hard to lay up money enough to
buy Ids wife, a slave in Middle Tennessee. On
Sunday or Sunday night, some person, supposed to
be a negro, got into Tom's cabin and stole there
from some $50 or$C0 in money, which he had hid
in his bed for safe-keeping. Tom was sorely dis
tressed about his loss, and yesterday requested a
lady to write to his old woman about his distress.
AVe suggest that Tom writes on to Mrs. Stowe,
telling her of his past history and present distress,
and perhaps that good old ladj- will open her heart
and send him a few hundred. Memphis Whig.
Mississirrt The following are tho members of
Congress elected: D. B. Wright, W. S. Barry, 0.
R. Singleton, and W. P. Harris; all democrats. The
following is the State ticket elected: John McRae,
Governor; W. H Muse, Secretary of State; A M.
Jackson, State Treasurer; and D. C. Glenn, Attor
ney General; all democrats. In the Legislature
there is a democratic majority on joint ballot of
twenty-five, which will defeat Mr. Foote's election
to the U. a. fcenaiorsinp. ummu.
"What a pitjl Not many years have elapsed since
nnr noitrlihnr would have shed few tears and utter
ed few "sighs over the prospect of Foote's defeat
But times change, Iiinc ilia ladirymwJ
Mississippi has nobly sustained her Cabinet officer,
Hon. Jeff. Davis. She has sustained the Adminis
tration. The National Democracy are in the as
cendant there. The slavery agitation has received
its quietus in tliat State. 'Louisville Times.
Hoes Ncmheii SLAUGnTERED. The market is'
perfectly flat, and in the absence of transactions, we
quote the price of hogs forpacking at 4 J cents net,
and remark that buyers are refusing to contract at
The weather has been too warm for slaughtering
since Monday, when 3,401 were killed. The whole
number packed thus far this season is as follows :
Jackson, Hull & Co.,
Teeter, Maxey & Co.,
Richard Atkcrson, .
Louisville Courier, 17th.
SENATE" ArreKTOO-i TSrssiox, fjf
S3 Fridat:: Nov. 18.
MmDavis entered a motion tfb reconsider! the
voto passing the bill to incfease;tbe jurisdiction of
Magistrates. .as -
A ljrt inlw.lltfUul n Kill ltt,Ul r. li4ilml flM"rt3
jigjgjjy"'. - .
jr Faiiquhaesov had leave
! to .introduce, ppty
rt 'of-free1 persona of-
lion in relation to the removal-
jcoloc JTransmitted ..
Senate tOjOkjip Senate bills on second reading, and
passed through, the Calender.?' i I'
iiorSE niLts ok Tninn keadixg.
To amend theact to establish a Chancery Court
for the county of 'Polk'passcd; to amend the act to,
.authorize executors to resicrn, withdrawn for amend-
" ment; to repeaHhe act of 1820, ch. 100,.sections 1 4
anu j., passca; to repeat an act repealing an act re
lating to the punishment of slaves for crim'e3 and
offences, passed; to prolong the time granted to J.
W. McClelland to complete Jiis turnpike road in
Dickson county, passed; to repeal all laws in rela
tion to the up-stream navigation of Elk river above
the town of Elkton in Giles county, passed; to re
peal part of an act to establish a Chancery Court at
Dover, referred; to amend tho act. incorporating
tne iliwassce and Uulchote Mining Company, pas
sed; to ckange the time of holding Circuit Court in;
xipton county, reteireo.
Leave of absence was granted the Bank Com
mittee for to-morrow.
Senate concurred in House amendment to Senate
bill to charter the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and j
Senate adjourned to 10 o'clock, A. 31. Monday.
NEW YORK JIONEV MARKET.
The Evening Post of Thursday, says :
While money commands; Teadily from 12 to 15
per cent, as it continues to do, there cannot be re
ported an easy state of the market Money is still
very scarce for time loans and discounts, as com
pared with the very active demand, and with no
immediate prospect of improvement'
The active export of breadstufiY and cotton, both
here and at the southern ports, is supplying the mar
kets with large amounts of exchange .on Europe;
which must in some time case the market consid
erably. Tho rate for sterling exchangq is now much
below the specie-shipping point, and specie can
hardly be suppliedat a profit, even in bars. -
This state of things will encourage the strong
banks to discount more liberally. The small banks
however, are not in a state to do so; and the fact
that as high as up to 1 per cent has been paid
by some of them for loans of specie for a single day,
speaks volumes. It would benefit the market and
the mercantile community if ten or a dozen banks
wero to wind up their affairs. They are borrowers
rather than lenders, and a clog to trade.
The large private banking houses cannot safely
dispense with holding large cash balances, and do
not loan or discount to-thofull extentof theirmeans,
as they cannot rely on being able to re-supply them
selves easily in the present state of the market.
In self-defence, they are obliged to keep larger re
serves of cash than at easy times, when securities
of all kinds are easily convertible, at moderate rates.
Inconvertibility of securities is the fiend of themarket,
and if it were more feared in easy, it would be less
leared in stringent times.
There 13 great difficulty experienced in selling
foreign exchange based on produce shipments, which
retards the immediate effect of the shipments of
breadstutls on the market
ing $892,832 in gold and dust bars; and the Star of
the West brought 1,109,043, making about 2,-
000,000 on ireignt; which will, in a lew days, afford
some beneht to the banks.
The foreign commcjcial news is good. Arrivals
bf gold have relieved the market
. The London Times of the 2Cth, says that money
continues very abundant at the Stock Exchange,
and both at.the Bank of England and out of doors
tne demand lor discounts has greatly moderated.
THRILLING ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG LADY.
In one of the most sober towns of Hampshire
county, where tne Elaine liaw is .strictly observed,
tho keeper oi one ot the hotels has, lor several
months past, kept a bottle or two of liquors in the
bed where he sleeps, taking care to remove them
every night when he went to bed, and replace
them when he got up in the morning. A few days
since, alter repiemsmng his bottles, and not having
a'good opportunity to carry them to their old quar
ters, he slipped them under the bolsters of one of
the beds reserved tor travellers, and being called
out of town to spend the following night forgot to
remove them. It unlortunately happened that, a
young lady traveller stopped at the hotel for the
night, and was conducted by an unsuspecting ser
vant girl to the room where the liquors had been
As the evening grew late the young lady went
to bed and was soon fast asleep, little dreaming of
tn m?el,rti-Tne Ti-l.nli ipnrn t-7-..i im.Ta.
her pillow. About midnight when all had become
still, the secreted liquor owing to the heat of the
weather, or the warmth imparted to it by the sleep
er expanded to such a degree as to defy longer
confinement Popl pop 1 went the corks of both
bottles almost simultaneously, making a noise al
most as loud as the report of a3 many pistols, and
awaking the fair sleeper, who sprang from the bed,
uttering such wild terrific screams that every person
in the house was immediately aroused. Th.3moon
shono bright enough for the lady to discover the
red liquor upon her night dress, and with tho con
viction that she had been shot she fainted and fell
to the floor.
A dozen servants immediately burst into the
lady's room and were horrified at finding her lying
upon the floor weltering in blood. All believed that
somehorrible tragedy had been enacted: that she had
either committed suicide or had been cruelly murder
ed. A light, however, convinced them that she still
breathed. No time was lost in sending for a sur
geon, whilst the half dressed inmates of the house
commenced a search for the assassin, or the instru
ment which had been employed to perpetrate the,
horrid deed. On examining the bed it was found
to be drenched with what wa3 supposedto be the
blood of the young lady, but the strong smell of
brandy caused one to investigate a little further,
when the two bottles one partially filled with the
red wine and the other with brandy were discov
ered under the pillow 1 How tbe doctor came,
how the lady recovered, and how the landlord
tried to hush up the affair, the next day, can be. bet
ter imagined than we can describe.
A Boston' barber recently fell in love withaPort
land lass, and tho Portland lass fell in love 'with the
barber, but, alas I the friends of the lass barbarous'
ly opposed the match, until at last the couple eloped
r i. i i i . . i . -
irom such oaroansui, ami commmeii mairimony on
their own account and risk, and the fair one has no
lear of being shaved.
"Derivation of Buss Boss to kiss. Rebuss to
kiss again. Blunderbuss two girls kissin'' each
other. Omnibus to kiss all the girls in the room.
A man who refused to pay his fare on the Prov
idence and Worcester Railroad, has been sentenced
to two months imprisonment, at hard labor, in the
"Worcester House of Correction.
The report that the man who could'nt contain
himself is about to issue a supplement, is contra
dicted. Glovo making employs nearly three thousand of
There arc two reasons why we don't trust a
man one because we dont know him, and the oth
er because we do.
A late religious writer stigmatises the authors of
the yellow covered novels as ' literary scorpions
who sting virtue to death with their talcs.'
-It is said that "Time cuts down all both great and
small" House rents are an exception, for they,
like the Millcrites, are always going up.
Itcost the State $5,000 toelect, by itslegis
lature, a Senator; while Ihe people could have done
it without any cost to the pulblic treasury; and
would have made a better and more patriotic selec
tion. The people should commit no business to the
agency of proxies, which they can jointly and per
sonally transact for their selves; otherwise, they
will Buffer injury and wrong-, deception and fraud,
by political demagogues and jocldes, in pursnit of
station and monev, at all hazards of character and
Such factious recreants and seditious apostates
are usually rapacious, predacious and piratical. An
honest performance of duty is usually dispatched
with expedition and judgment; and at little cost
fraud aad dishonest action are effected by delay
manoeuvre and chicanery; treachery and infidelity or
betrayal is effected by hesitation &ud apostacy; recre
ancy and treason, by equivocation and prevarication;
and other crimes generally, by tresspass and aggres
sion; as precursory measures and means of the ac
complishment and perpetration of injurious and
wrongful acts of enormity or monstrosity; or to ef
fect some bargain or sale, by intrigue and manage
ment Triune Eclipsel
WANTED TO HIRE FOR THE REMAIN
DER of the year, a GIRL to do chamber work and
taks care of children. Permanent employment will be
given if wanted.
ISf Inquire at Ihis Office oovl7 tf
A CHILD EMBRACING ITS MOTHER.
Love thy mother, littleone! :
Kiss and clasp hefneck again-f- ij
, Hereafter the may have a son
v Will kiss and clasp her neck in Yain-j'
Love thy-mother, little one!
i tp 9"e uixn er l'"n!T eTe3- . . ... ...
An'd mirror baJck her love for thee
. ,t t Hereafter tboumav'st shudder sighs j -'if
Jo.meet Diem- when they cannot see; f
uaze upon ner living eyes I
Press her lios the while thevelow
With love that theyhaVe often told
Hereafter tbou roaj'st press, in woe.
And kiss them nil thine own are cold;
Press her lips the while they glow!
Ohi revere her raven hair,
Although it be not silvery gray,
Tvo early death ltd on ly care,
' May snatch, save one dear lock, airay.,
. Oh! revere her raven hair 1
Prav for her at eve and morn,
That-Ueaven may long the stroke defer,
fbr thou tnvy'it lire the hour forlorn
When thou wilt ask to die with her.
Pray for her at eve and morn 1
BENEFIT OF 2IRS. FARRENi
, On which occasion she will appear in Tragedy and Com
edy, and two of her most celebrated characters, MARIAN
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1853,
-.Will be presented Knowles' Play of
- THE WRECKERS DAUGHTER."
Marian ...V. ; MRS. FARREN.
To conclude with the. Comedy of
THE LOVE CHASE!
!3?"Hox Office open from 9, A. M, to 12 M.; and from
'to 5,T. M., tho seats may be secured.
PRICE OF ADMISSION Box and Parqnette, 75 cents;
Second Tier, 50 cents; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 cts;
Colored Bex, 50 cents; Colored Gallery, 25 cents.
Doors open at 6. Performance to commence at 7
FOR SAIjE. THE "WHOLE OR
two-thirds interest in the first class
steamboat, O JJ WATKINS. built at New Al-SSsase:
banv, at. the rate of $7,500 for the boat and furniture in
.good order for running.-
She is well finished and furnished, has a strong, Found
hull, is well known as a past passenger axd piiriGirnNO
toat, and is proved the tnost powerful toa-loat on the
Western waters consuming, since filled, at a heavy ex
pense, to run to Pittsburg, half the fuel formerly retimred.
She has two powerful engines, cylenders 23 inch diame
ter, and 10 feet stroke, working true and firm on heaw cyl
inder timbers, and strong bui:t hull; an excellent doctor,
working three bilge, hose and fire pump., with all neces's'a
ryafparatus in complete order, worth more (as the inspec
tors report) than the price asked, fosell separately, and her
hull is worth .half the amount for a freight barge or wharf
boat, with furniture. complete.
She has towed two largs S B Hulls, with 1330 tons freight,
including her own, in 14 days from New Orleans to Cin
cinnati, and from Cincinnati to Pittsburg equal to eigh
teen large empty coal bargrs, each during last spring, and
both the largest and quickest towing trips ever made.
She will tow down 12 to 14 coal barges loaded with over
100,000 bushels coal (for which we hold an open policy of
insurance) with safety, and alarge freight on board.
She carries 700 tons, 3900 bales cotton.
Purchasers wishing to buy immediately on accommo
dating terms, will please address
JOHN SWASEYi CO,
Sycamore st, or
novSO It N. E. comer Walnut and Fourth,
FOR SAJjE. A PERSON" LEAVING THIS
country for the Sou this desirous of disposing of a large
well-built family CARRIAGE, for which Nine Hundred
Dollars was given four years since, and which has been but
very little used, with a pair of fine HORSES, for which Five
Hundred Dollars was given three and a half years since;
they, also, have been but little used. They will be told on
a credit of six months, parable at the' Union Bank with
good endorsement, to the highest bidder. novlS td.
The above will be sold on Saturday the 10th inst.,
at the Market House, on the Square.
RESII RASINS.-50 BOXES 31 R RASINS ;
50 V boxes MJJ Basins: &0 U boxes M R Rasins.
If I ,t,r .1 rtfi u t vrvrwr
J70R RENT FOR THE NEXT YEAR.
. the Third Storr, Rooms suited for Offices or bed
rooms on the secocd floor, and shops and offices on the
ground floor of the Union Buildings on the corner of Cedar
and Cherry streets, opposite the 1'os
"ost Office. Apply to
nov!3 tf S. P. ALLISON, No.
fil Cherry st
TPOUNTJ-IN THE PENITENTIARY YARD,
J? a Ladies' GOLD I1REASTPIN, with a daguerreotype
Miniature. The owner can have the same by applvingat
uir. jiiy uuiei auu paring lur uiis aut cniaeiueui.
CILTC AND SATIN STOCKS. JUS
O CEIVED a fine assortment of Scarf Bnd Bow STOCKS
everv pattern and color. For sale br
MYERS & McGILL, Ladies' and Gentlemeus FurnUh-
ing Store, No. 56 College street, novl9
d-fA AAA I AVISH TO PURCHASE
fo)lUvUU. ?10,000 Stock in the "Wire Suspension
Bridge, at par, parable in Merchandise at cash prices.
novlO 3m R. 1L BROCKWAY, No. 71 Public Square-
JL WATCHES, JEWELRY, and PLATED SILVER
WARE, at Auction, by J. F. DUNTON, on Friday and
Saturday Evening, Nor. 18th and 19th, commencing at
i o ciocc, emoracmg one oi tne largest ana mosi costly
stock of Gold Watches, Silver da; together with a general
i -n . " 1 . . . 1 . T i ,;
iusuruuemui uiucr articles in lue ueweirr Hue.
novl9 J. F. DUNTON.
ClTRAYED. A DARK BAY MARE ARO UT
O eight years old, fcf.een hands high, heavy mane and
. : i 1 - j r . . j . i ... . , , -
uiu, uuc iiiqu loofc wane, supposed la Dewiui joai. inior
matioa of the animal will beliberally rewarded by calling
at Price's Livery stable. NovlO tf.
SUMNER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
TTXUNCAN, MORGAN iCO., Agents forthesalecf Goods
I minitf irtnro flT ilia lliiro IVlinn.init liiirn in Qliru .
U manufactured bj the above Company, have in Store
s WHITE JEANS-
7-3 do LIXSEY:
which they will sell upon favorable tenns. and invite ihe at
tention oi me trade and punters.
DU.-SUAJ.JIUKUJlN & CO.,
novlO tf No. 70 and 71 Public Square.
PHILADELPHIA ONE PRICE CLOTHING
STORE. Cedar street near the Post Office. Nashville.
Tennessee. We lespectfully call the attention of Gentle
men to tne aavaniaireous arranirement tliat we have recent
ly made for the purpose of furnishing them with clothingo
superior quality, at much lower rates than has heretofore
been charged by similar establishments. The senior part
ner, (Mr. It. D. Clifton, residing and remaining continually
in Philadelphia,) having been for many years engaged in
the purchase of material and the manufacturing of Clothiiur
in the Eas'ern Markets, gives us decided advantages, which
we are returning to the benefit of our customers. With this
arrangement, and the one price principle, we flatter our
selves that we shall be able to give satisfaction to all who
may favor us with their patronage.
F3T Making to Ordcr.-Wehave in out employ one
of the most experienced and superior cuttem in the United
States, and will warrant our work to give entire satisfaction.
Onr stock-of Goods on hand is large and beautiful, com
prising all the latest stvles of fabrics introduced. Genllo-
men will please call and examine our stock,
novt CLIFTON & ABBOTT.
"T7VRESII GROCERIES DIRECT FROM NEW
J? Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Rio Coffee;
Laguyra Coffee;, fcpice; Pepper; Sperm Candles. Ac For
sale low for Cash by JOHNSON, IIORNE & CO.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. THE
undersigned hereby gives notice that whereas on the
lutn day ot December, 181s, ttierc was issued by the Com
monwealth of Virginia. aMilitarvLand Warrant No- 6.290.
for 400 acres of Land to Peter Booth and Martha Porch the
heirs or legal representatives of Michael Booth, deceased,
late a Sergeant of the Contiuetal line of Virginia, forcr-
riflj ,.-l o Q.MMnf .l.,nn ' . .. .. . T I 1 !
nental line, which said Warrant was lost or mislaid, and
whereas on the 2Sth day of October, 1811, a duplicate War
rant was issued to said minors, which said duplicate has
also been lost or mislaid, and whereas on the 7th day of No
vember, 1853, another duplicate Warrant was issued tosaid
minors. I now therefore publish that I will make applica
tion to the General Land Office at Washington for Scrip,
to Deissuea tome as tne only surviving heir of the said
Micheal Booth, deceased, under act of Conm-ess entitled .
"An act making further provisions for the satisfaction of
Virginia Land Warrants, approved August 31st, 1S52.
novts in warns. JlAKrilA.l'OItUU.
The Washington Vnion will publish the above
tnree monins, send paper ana account lo tins oilice.
W"W. FINN'S WALL
. PAPER STORE, No. 41,
Market Street between Union and
the Square. Several new and beau-
luul designs of Decorative Paunelling und Senna -Marble
faper.just received. A great variety of Gold and Velvet
Papers on hand, and cheap Wall Paper of every description.
t-SJ aper jianging prompuy attenuea lo ana well done.
W. W. FI,
novI7 Market street, between Union and the Square.
TWENTY-SEVEN LIKELY NEGROES,
rnnciir n . r t .... n- ,, '.CZJ
and Girls, among whom are several superior house tV
servants. Persons wishing to purchase will do well lo call
and examine, as we are determined to sell low for cash.
novis A J'UKTJSK, No. 33, Cedar st.
N. B. Also, a first rate House Carpenter.
MFLES BEEF AND l'ORIC.i
For sale 100 likely JIULES, 2 and 3i
ears old; 85 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fed,;-
and.lOOPORK HOGS. Persons wishing to purchase can
see meat my residence in Bedford county, 10 miles South
west of Sheibyville, or address me by letter at Richmond
Post Office. lnov.15 tf. M. V. GENTRY.
PRESERVES, ETC.-50 DOZ.
kles, 100 kecrs Pickled Oysters.
J7 assorted Pickles,
10 doz. " Preserves, 20 doi. cans Spiced Oysters,
10 dot. " Jellys, 20 doz. cans Fresh Oytters,
20 doz. " Pepcr Sauce, 20 doz. cans Fresh Peaches.
Received to-day by novl 7 R. A. J. MXON.
EOBERT MOORE, COMMISSION MER
CHANT, Cincinnati, Os Agent for the purchae and
sale of Lard and Linseed Oil, Star Candles, Cheese, Clovir
and Timothy Seed, Superfine Flour, Buckwheat Flour. 4c ,
hopes from long acquaintance with the wants of Nashville
Merchants, to fill their orders satisfactorily. tSS Prompt
ness and small profits.J novl7 3w
y . it ;
Dyspepsia Cn-red fey the Liver Pills. That
lingering disease, .Dyspepsia, so often mis taken, for Con
sumption, has its origin ina diseased condition of the Liver!
and'may, therefore, he effictually cured by the- -aseof Drr
MTanea liver. Pills, whichJuiTe, become so celebrated asaj.
Fpeedr and eBectual cure fur this class of diseases. Dr.
I Oliver lorgaif, a distinguished physician of Virginia, with
a very extensive practice, las used these pills in all cases ox
rDjSpepshvwith 'complete" succesS" 'Certificates' irTibuml?
ance&re in the hands of the proprietors of this invaluable
medicine. The following, from Ohio, gpeaks volumes :
; . RicmroicD,- Jeff Co. Ohio. J
Messrs. J. Kxdd & Co. This is to certify that mr wife has -
I been afflicted for fef era) years with the following pains, at
periods, more or less Pain in the right side, about the edge r
oi me riDs, extending to Uie ngni scoumer; pain in iae oacc
part of the head and above the eye, accompanied by weak
ness, lossrf appetite, and almost constantly confined to her
bed.- Since. August, she has used three boxes of Dr. 11'
Lane's Livcb , Pills; and I have now to. state, that by- the
use of these Fills, she has been benefitted in no ordinary
degree. Under the providence of God she now enjoys good
health, and is able to attend to the domestic concerns of my
family. JAMES STEWART.
Sold wholesale and, retail by all the principal druggists
and country merchants throughout the United States.
Delay not; harbor not in 'your mind that sentence of
fools philosophy, that adUeate vnl get well of itself or
that you can' cure it with certain medicines fur a few dollars.
Beware how you tamper with your general welfare.
Ye wild and vicious youths, why will ye persist in dosing
with the filthy nauteatiny compound daily proffered, there
by impairing your appetite and digestion and destroying
you mentally as well as physically, when you can be cured
.with a few doses of pjeasant medicines!
Ye rakes of every age and condition, why will ye' suffer
and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for
the enjoyment and even ol dinar y pureultt oCWfet You
who arc thus annoyed and wish to be restored to. health and
vigor by a treatment at once pleasant and effectual, should
consult Dr. MORRIS. Ills success in cAmiikle diseases has
been greater than that of any other physician of hia day.
Many who have been for years afflicted with disease or con
sequences resulting from excess have been restored to
health and vigor under his really scientific treatment
Should a personal interview be. objectionable, state your
diaiase in writting enclose five doIlars-addres3' Dr. AY.
H. MORRIS, through the Post-Office, Nashville, Tenn., and
a package of medicines, securely put up, will be sent pri
vately and with dispatch, full directions therewith, and
no questions asted.
Persons living at a distance, and afflicied with &rqful,
Old Ulcere, Tetter Gincert, I'Ues, Fitttda in Ano, Grattl
Stricture, OUsit, or any disease whatever of an aggrava
ted or malignant charter, can be cured at home by consult
ing Dr. Morris, by letter, post paid, enclosing five dollars.
Medicines pleasant and safe, can. be sent per mail to any
part of the United States.
Particular attention given to the treatment of female com
plaints." Ladies who may be afflicted with Trregularititt,
Flour AWm or Whittt, Prolipiut VUri or FMiwj of
tht iomt, would, do well to lay aside all false delicacy
and promptly consult the Dr. Cram warranted !
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedar st,
nearrost unice. itoom, jo. 14, upstairs. lnovii.tr.
X5T At the Verandah Hotel, kept by Mrs. Ed
iioxnsox and her son-in-law Mr. Bacitcs, there is a gentle
man from Scott County, Ky., who, for Iwtiee month, suffer
ed greatly from a chronic disease of the stomach and bowels,
which could not be removed by the most approved practice,
respected and continued as it was fur the Dcclor' flit.
He had paid his Doctor's Bill, without any calculation of
making another, thnking it was ofno use; and.no one ex
pressed any hope of his recovery except a stranger, who
happened to pass that way, and advised him to a different
course of treatment, which has this recommendation, that
in fire weels (line it has made him feel like engaging in
business. Bnt why does he come out of this spell of sick
ness a strung advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union Pills?
Beciuse, they are thertKrxiJ remedy used in the treat
ment of his case: and to their efficacy he ik principally in
debted for his recovery. Should not such cases be publish
ed? If some persons are opposed to their publication, can
anybody tell us the reason why?
The gentleman above referred to is Ellas Stoxx, a broth
er of Joux Ston-e, the clerk at the Veeaxdah.
Nashville, Oct 10 tf. ' "
Dr. Mor&c's Invigorating Elixir Cordial-
Among all herbs applied in medical practice, that which
forms the main ingredient in this preparation stands su
preme. It is Nature's catholocon. Had the travels of Dr.
Morse, which has added so much to Science in its various
branches, resulted in the discovery of this herb alone, he
would still hare been the greatest benefactor of the age.
Mineral remedies arc utterly superseded by this purely ve
getable specific. And you weak, dyspeptic, nervous, sub
ect to sudden flushes, convuL-ed with neuralgia or tic do
lereux, irregular in any physical function, enervated in any
organ; subject to spasmodic pains of any kind 1 Here is
your remedy. Is your mind, your memory clouded; does
your head fail you in business, are yon depressed in spirits,
debilitated, worn out, and utterly "out of heart V Here is
your renovator. Here is a stimulant more effective than
alco'uol; permanent in its effects, and harmless to the system
as filtered water. Think of these things, you that are sick
and suffering, and test our words by experiment
The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, in pint bot
tles. lrice three dollars per bottle, two for five dollars, six
for twelve dollars. C. II. KING, Proprittor,
162, Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United States, Canada,
the West Indies. and by W. F. GRAY. SOLE AGEiTP.
successor to Cartright k Armstrong, corner ot Market
and Broad street3,NashvilIe, Tenn. oct2S lmo,dtnvAw.
R. R. R. No MrsTKsr ivm Qctck Actios cr Stop
riNol'Aix akd Reiiovisa its Cai'sics. If you are sufferinc
pain RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF will instantly stop
1,10 raost seTere Pr0IJ'sm3- 1 Cramps, it instantly allays
irritation, and imparts to every part of the system heat and
health; it produces an equal circulation of blood, and infuses
health and strength into the weak, disabled, lame, disease
eaten limb and joint If Sick Headache or Neuralgia, if Di
arrhoea or Rheumatisms afllict you, it will instantly stop the
pain, and by taking it internally will cleanse and sweeten
the Stomach, give strength and vitality to the nervca, ren
der them terse and strong, and iron-proof against renewed
attacks bf pain. Radway'a Ready Relief is composed of ac
tive and positive properties; nothing inert or useless, dan
gerous or poisonous, enters, its composition. It will always
relieve pain and cure its cause.
N.B The sick will please bear in mind tliat we prepare
three different re.u cdies. R. R. Relief, hoivcver quick it
stops tain, will not cure all diseases. All acute pains
arising from diseased action, Nervousness, Languid Circu
lation, Weakness, Ac, it will quickly cure. Bnt for diseases
arising from Bad Blood, Radway's Rcnovating'ResoIvent
is a quick, pleasant and Radical Cure.
It renovates the whole system, and makes the blood pure,
rich and healthy. It resolves away from the solids all dis
eased deposits. Itcuresold Sores, Salt Rheum Humors,
Scrofula, Syphillis, Cancers, Ulce.-s, Tumors, Rickets, ic
Price of Resolvent, $1 per bottle.
R.R.R.No.3 Radway's Regulators insure to all who
uso them a regular action of the bowels, and a healthy di.
gesfion. They cure Costiveness, Liver Complaint, Ac
Price 25 cents (novl 1m
From Persons Relieved.
,Tis sweet the rich perfume to prove,
As by the dewy bnsh you rove ;
'Tis sweet to dare the tingled lence,
To cull the timid beauty thence;
To wipe with tender hands away
The tears that on its blushes layr
Then to the bosom of the free and lair
Dromgoole's Bitters in triumph bear.
Go ask yon Gil 1 of sweet sixteen.
With cheeks so rosy, and eyes so keen,
What cured that palpitating heart?
Dromgoole's Bitters pet formed the greater part.
Go a3k yon husband's lovely wife
What cured her at the "turn of life?"
She answers, sweet, pleaiant, and with ease,
" Dromgoole's Bitters gave me perfect case."
For sale in Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med
cine Store, College street, and by Druggists generally.
Dr. .Morse's Invigorating Cordial.
The only sure and safe nemeJy, jet disfororeJ, for Cene
al Debllitr, Physical Prostration, Irritability, and all tbe vi
rions train of Nervous Affections; It will also remove Doprea-
lon.Excilement, Dislike ofRoclety, Incapacity for Study or
Bnatness, Loss of Alemory, Mental Debility, 4c, 4c. Sue
"TTNTED at the South Nashville Furniture Factory, of
YV eood SEASONED LUMBER
100,000 feet of IX inch Walnut Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do do;
50.000 do 2 do do do do:
100,000 do Walnut Scantlinr. 8 feet lonir. 4. 5 4 6 in. sa're:
100,000 do Cherry do do do:
100,000 do IX inch Cherry Flank wide;
oo.uw ao cio uo do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
50,000 do Ash, rangingfrom i to 5 in thick wide plank;
Also. Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet DUrnotes. for
which (iuh will be raid on delivery.
Also. 25 or30 irood CABINETMAKERS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP-
uuiii.ito. xsone but good workmen need apply.
OFFICE OF NASUVILLEOAS LIGHT Col
Novembkb, 4, 1353. (
A DIVIDEND of 8 per cent for the last twelve mouths
4 per share has been this dar declared on the cap
ital stock of the Nashville Gas Light Company, payable on
the4thof January next time being allowed to enable such
Stockholders as may -bold fractions of Shares to consolidate
them. JAS. U.KENDRICK,
novS 1m . Secretary.
S ?iLAIE SUPERIOR, .
Its Physical Character. Vegetation and AnimaIs,,compared
U tnose OI OUer&ou Bliuiiar iuiuu. . , .j awlis
;aisu. "With a Narrative of thS Tour, by J". E. Cabot,
.. .... " j TJ t- r
Agaisu. Yith a Narrative ofthS Tout, by J.E. Cabot,
and contribntious bT.othec-ScienUfic Gentlemea..EU
Or, the. Bended Twie.
Pleasant PagcsfoYYouiig People ;
OrBooks of Home Ed'uotion and Entertainment, Bj'
S-P.NswcoaBC Illustrated. For 'sale by
novo . , fTOON& RUTLAND. ,
The Great Citie of the "World. ;
In their Glory and in their Desolation, embracing the
cities of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. With ? history
of important events. By John Frost, L. L.D.
The Mysterious Parchment;
Or, the Satanic License, dedicated to Maine Law Progress.
By Rev. Joel Waieman.
Passages from the History of a Wasted Life.
. By a middle-aged man.
Uncle Sam's Palace;
Or, The Reigning King-.
Philosophy of Mysterious Agents.
Human and Mundane; or the Dynamic Laws and Rela
tions of Man. E. C "Rogers.
Prof. Sillimaa's Visit to Europe..
"This work embodies much new and curious inform,"
ation on matters ot, Science and Art, and personal sketches
of eminent Savons and men of Science. As the matured
Impressions, of the distinguished and veteran author, on re
visiting Europe after an interval of nearly 50 years, it js. spe
cially interesting and valuable." Ex.
t5J The above, with a variety of other New Books, ara
for sale by TOON & RUTLAND, -
novO 41 Union street
LETTER AND CAP PAPER.
Double Medium, Packet Post, Glazed Cover, and other
Papers. Just received by TOON i RUTLAND,
povO 44 Union street
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY A Magazine of Literature,
Science and Art. Tho November with 'preceding numbers
for sale by nor3 TOON & RUTLAND.
Life of Capt Wm. B.Allen, by DrsW.D. Rowles and A.
O. P. Nicholson; John "Randolph, of Roanoke, and other
sketches of character, including William Wirt
Russell's Life of a J-For.
Living Authors of America.
Rudiments of the Arts of Building.
History and Rudiments of Achitecture.
Jane Seaton; Or, the King's Advocate. By James Grant
For sale by novl JOHN YORK A CO.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEMBER:
Just received by JOHN YORK i CO.
I. O. O. F.
THE ODD FELLOWS' POCKET MANUAL: A correct
guide in all matters relating to Odd Fellowship; andcon
taining- a complete Directory of the Lodges in the United
Slates By James S. Ridgley. Grand Secretary of the
Grand Lodga of the United States, and Pascal Donaldson,
Past D. D. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Northern
New York, with over one hundred Embellishments. For
sale by novl? JOHN YORK 4 CO.
THIRD VOLUME, GREENLEAF ON EVIDENCE, for
sale by novl7 JOHN YORK 4 CO.
Miss Bremer's Homes. of the New World. Impressions
of -America translated by Mary Hewitt 2 vols, 12 mo.
On Civil Liberty and.Self-goverument By Francis Lieb
er, L. L.D.' " ' " ' fc
Barnes' Noted on Daniel.
The Second War with England. By J. T. Headier.
Life of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke. By James Try
Fun Jotting;; or, Laughs I have taken a Pen to. By.
Life of the Rer. Adoniram Judson,' D.' D. By Francis
Way land, 2 vols, 12mo, j
Men and Things, as Lsaw them in Europe. ByKirwan.
The Underground Mail Agent. By Vidu With illus
"All'snot Gold that Clitters."
The Little Drummer Books for Children.
' Wide, wideWorld an Illustrated edition.
For sale by F.HAGAN,
novlS Market street
CASH SALE OF GROCERIES
BY DAVIS Jfc SWANN.
ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22d, 1S5S, we will sell in
front of our Auction Rooms, fur Cash.
45 hogsheads Prime Sugar; S9 bags prime Rio Coffee;
24 bbls Loaf Sugar; 100 bbls Family Flour;
1 US boxes W R Cheese, just re'd: 44 " P Orchard Whisky
22 barrels Old Rye.Whisky; 9 "Am Brandy;
lOcasks S.M.Wme; 4 X pipes Signet Brandy
24 boxes Sperm Candles; 20 boxes.lt MJa Tobacco;
32 ' Tallow do; 75 boxes Va-ToTjaccb. var bu'ds
25.000 Regalia Cigars; 0 boxes Melee Cigars;
Together with Itidieo. Madder, Pep.-icr. Soda. PIou;h
Lines, Bed Cords, 4c
novl 9 - . No. 73. Public Square
LARGE SALE OF "
FALL AND WINTER DRY" GOODS,
sr josepji f. puxtox.
ON WEDNESDAY November 23, 1S53, commencing at
10 o'clock. A. M.
e would call the attention ot our city and country trade
to this Sale which will comprise one of the best assorted
Stock of Goods ever offered in this market As the
selection is entirely new, buyers will find at this sale
larrer variety than has ever been offered at anyone
sale. In part as follows: Black, Brown and Blue
Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Black, Blue and Fancy
Sattinetts. Tweeds, Jeans and Kerseys. Pilot Cloths, Blue,
lirown. lied and t hue lilanxets. l'lain nnd rancv hilkf.
Satin d'Cbcnes, Plain and Fancy Satin do. Silk Velvets,
t ine an ooi i' rencn .Merinos, tngiisii do., Uoburg Ulotns,
Plain and Ficured Aloaccas. Red. Green and Yellow Flan
nel, all Wool Cloak Lining, Canton Flannels, Mushnd'Lane,
Cottou Velvets, Linsies, Ginghams, Jackonetto, Swiss,
Cross Bar Muslins. Cambrics. BUIiod Lawns. Victoria do..
Dotted Swiss, Apron and Red Checks. Hickory Shirting,
English and American Irints, Curtain and Oil Prints,
Bleach and Brown Drills, Black and Brown Domestic Tick
ings, Canvass and Vest Paddings, Merino and Cotton Un
der Shirts und Drawers, Silk, Lamhswool, Merino and Cot
tou Hose, Silk, Linen and Cotton Lace. do. Edging, Can
ton crape, Merino and Lama Shan Is. Silk Linen, and Cot
ton Threads, Suspenders, Buttons, Tapes, Pockefnnd Ta
ble Cutler, Pins, Needles, Guns and Pistol, Silk. Fur
and Wool Hats, Caps, Fiddles, Looking Glasses, Boots,
Shoes, etc. etc J. F. D UNTON.
TERMS OF SALE.
All sums under 5200. Cash: all over f20O. on a credit of
Sale every Thursday evening through the year.
J. F. I).
C. FOX. Auctioneer. novl7 ttl
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES BY
HART 4 HOLL1NGSWORTIL On Monday, the
21st inst, at 10 o'clock, A we will offer for cash in front
ot our Auction Itoom
no I.L.Ij ,-.
800 bags Fine Salt;
50 bbU Extra Whisky;
5 bbls Gin;
20 bbU A M Brandy;
80 boxes Tallow Candles;
50 bbls Mofasses;
50 bags Coffee;
25 bbls Loaf and Crushed
au boxes snap;
50 boxes Macf 'ed Tobacco: 100 reams Wrapping Paper:
100 bbls Extra Flour.
ALSO Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Alum, Indigo, Madder,
Cigars, Copperas, Bed Cords, Plough Line, NmIs, Ac, Ac
novl7 II AR l" 4 HOLLLNGS WORTH.
O PARTNERSHIP. I HAVE THIS DAY
associated, wilh me in the Wholesale Grocery, Com
mission, Receiving and Forwarding Businecs, Jlr. WIL
Ll.VSl PHILLIPS, of Nashville, under the name and stylo
of LANIER 4 PHILLIPS.
nova L. II. LAMER.
L. U. LAXIES. WM. PHILLIP.?.
XANIER & PHILLIPS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION, BECETVIN
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
nov2 M. 39, JTariel street, Xathviltt Tenn.
-i EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigne Brandy;
lO 10 " " MarrettACo's "do;
10 " " A.SignelI's do; .
5 quarttr casks Malaga Wine;
5 eighth pipes Muscat do;
2 kegsStoughton's Bitters;
2 " Essence Peppermint;
5 bbls Old Rye Whisky;
50 " War do;
For sale by aug27 W. II. GORDON 4 CO.
aLASSWARE.--i500 boxes Fancy Pint Flasks;
200 " " X do,
100 " " 0.uart do,
Forsale by W. II. GORDON 4 CO.
I7LOUR. 200 bbls extra White Wheat Flour; !
J 200 " New York Mills ex. Family do; J
200 " Montgomery do; '
100 " Gallego Mills do; I
Forsale by sept27 W. H. GORDON 4 CO. j
AMERICAN SOAP. 100 boxes American Cream j
. Soap, in bars; 100 bbls American Laundry Soap, in
mass. Warranted to do the work of the laundry, in cold
water, either soft, hard, or salt Fors.de by I
SepKi W. il.UUKUU. - .
T IQUORS 100 bbls Star Whisky;
KS100 bbls Star Whisky; ,
bbls Old Bourbon, Monongahela, and old Rye dot J
eighth pipes Champaigne Brandy, sup. article; j
casks Malaga Wme. Forsalebr 1
JlJ iou bbls
sept24 W. H. GORDON 4 CO.
BOY'S CLOTJIING DEPOT I The subtcribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment cf
Clothinir for Bova from 4 to IB ever offered fur sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing filled at tbe short
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
theprivilege of changing them if they do not suit
F. A. HOYT 4 BRO.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and lOst, Philadelphia.
April ft, 1853 ly
MR. vHE AD LEY'S NEW WORK.
SECOND WAR..AVITH ENGLAND.
f 1V. T.
W. T. BERRY & CO. hare just reccirctf
L . -THE .SECOND .AYAR . WITH ENGLAND. Br J. T.
Headley, in 2 vols.
IleadUT'jLNipoUoa and hK Manhah,. .
jlleadleya Washington and his fSentrafcu p t
MISS CARLEN'S NEW WORRY-
W.VT. H. 'Ar'CO.-'hiiTenlwJnU received
aUSTAVUSLIXDORM: Ow "Lead us not into-Temp-tatiotu"
By'Emilie Carlen, author of "One Year of Wed-l-K,"
W. T. JJ. &.CO. have alo just received
ONE YEAR : A Tale of WedWck. By Miss Carlen.
THE BRIDE OF OMBERG. By Misa Carlen,"
VENICE: THE CITY OF THE SEA. By Flag?,
NEW ENGLISH ROOKS.
W. T. BERRY & CO., harejust received
lOJavies History of Holland, from the beginning of the
Tenth to the end of the Eighteenth Century, Sr calf.
2 M. Theirs" History of the French Revolution, 5 toL
calf, with Portraits.
x J5 Sir Hudson Lowe's Journal A History of the Captiv
ity of Napoleon at St Helena; from the Letters and Journals
bfthe'lateTjeut-General, Sir Hudson Lowe, and Official
Dctnenta not bcforemadepnbna By William Fofsjtbe,
M. A, S vols; cloth. v
4. Townsend's Lives cV the Judgea, Sr.
5. The Republic of Plito, Ir.
'6. Pepys Diary and Corrwpocdence, 4 r, calf.
7. Evelyn's Diary and Correspondence, 4r, calf.
8. Walker's Analysis of Beauty, Ir.
9. The Life of Field-Marshal Wellington, 2r.
10. Drees Railway Practice, St.
11. The Picture Pleasure Book for Children, ilkstraied
by 500 Engravings, qo.
13. De" Lalme on the Constitution of England, with Mr.
13. Rome in the Nineteenth Century; containing acorn
plcte account of the Rains of the Ancient City, the Remains
of 'the Middle Ages, and the Monuments of Modem Times
with "Remarks on the FinaArts, the Museums of Sculptor,
and Painting, the Manners, Customs, and Religions Cere
monies of the Modern Romans. By Thariotte A. Eaton, 5th
14. Stories of English and Foreign Life. By William and
Mary Howitt With 20 engravings.
15. Life of Wellington, by an OH Soldier.
10. BostreU's Lift of Johnson, illustrated edition, 4 vols,
bound in 2 calf.
17. Pope's Homer's Hiad, with Fiaxman's niustraiions,
1 8. Pope's Homer'a Odyssey.wilh Fkxman's Illustrations,
19. nail's Book of British Ballads. "
20. Beauties of the Court of Charles the Second, with
21. The niostrated Magazine of Art
23. The Crystal Palace and iU Contents.
23., Maxwell's Yictorus fWelhogtoo.
24. The Origin and Progress cf the Art of Writing.
FOR MEMPHIS AND NEW OR
LEANS. The United Slates Mail
packet JOUX SIMPSON. Captain Jonx Da-;
vis, will leave here on Monday the .list inst, at A P. M,
connecting at Memphis with the New Orleans packets.
A HAMILTON, J
novSO A. L.DAV1S.
-XT A S II V I L L E, LO UISYI LLE
1 and Cincinnati Packet RESCUE. J.
W. Mdlls, Master. This splendid, new Pa-
senger steamer has been recently purchased for theahove
trade, and will make regular trips during the present sea
son. Any business entrusted to Capt. Mills, will be care
fully and promptly attended to. A HAMILTON,
O TERSON, Mastez. This splendid steam
er, having been thoroughly repaired, will run
Nea regular Packet between this Port and
Frw Orleansy and will leave the first rise of wafer. For
eight or Passage apply to J. 4 R. YEATMAN,
NEW 0ELEAN3 AND wrrwTTrre rj. s. MAR. PACKET.
rpHE splendid new passenger steamer.
JL JI. it . ii ILL, Thqs. riewEL, Mas
ter, will run in the above trade-IhM u--
Jon, leavirir 3remphi on her first trip on-'
Saturday, the 22d of October. The HILL connects at
Memphis with the Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will give" through tickets from New Orleans to
The splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
leave Nashville evcrr Wednesday, at 6 P M, with freight
and passengers for the Hill.
A HAMILTON, J , ,
octS A. L. DAVIS. APenU
NASHVILLE AND nTTTMPHTS UNITED STATES MALT.
T70R MEMPHIS, NEW O RLKANS, ST-A .
1 LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE--TRY 'SEsW
WEEKLY. The Splendid New Passenger gSZS5
Steamers Cmr or HusTsvnuc, Jonx ?mrsov. jixo KK-ui-sr,
will leave Nashville every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
Uv, at 6 o'clock 1. M connecting at pailucah with tbe dai
ly Louisville and St. Loui V. S. Mail Boau, and at Mera-
J'his with the splendid NewOrleana steamers Bulletin, II.
I. W.Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving tbrvwrh
tickets from Nashville to either of the points above named.
' The accommodations of this line cannot lie surpass!, and.
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of travel
eituer .onn orcouiu.
For freight or passage apply to
b rfc tf : A- L- DAVIS.
oct5 Agents at Nashvflle.
NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS
BELLE-KEY'. PEYTON A. KEY, , r
Coumaxdeo. This largo and magniS- i,ggv
cent Steamer is now undergoing a thorough sdssESkx
repair at LouUvilie, and. will take her place as a Regular!
Packet in the above trade as soon as there is sufficient water,
and will continue during tho entire seaon.
In point of speed, rrmfort and safety, the BELLE-KEY is
unsurpad on the Western waters; whieh, with tbe Ioo$
experience of her gentlemanly Commander and thaac-knowleljvdbusines-i
capacity other Clerk (Mr. Levis North
ern,) enables confidently to recommend berto thebnsi
njss and travelling community. Mr. Northern will give
prompt personal attention to fillingordrrs for Groceries, 4c
ISi A share ot patronage is respectful I v solicited.
JOHNSON, H0RNE4 CO,
nng27 1m Agents.
Nashville, Louiwillo nnd Cincinnati Regular
rpHE Splendid new Passenger Sieamers, . f&B&ik
L STATESMAN. ILU.McCoiui. Master. llhriilz!l
JOHN P. TWEED, David Mtnan.Mafter,gn
will make regular trips in the above trade, leaving- ji'aah
ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Reluming, will
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, p. M.
Tbe above boats are A No. 1, and are officered by expe
rienced business men, who will be thankful for orders for
merchandise, and promise to give satisfaction to all who
may entrust bosioea lo their care.
sept!7 tf JOHNSON. nORNEACO.
Nashville and LetiHville Weekly Pncket,
WM. OARVIN, C. T. KEEPER. JIaster.
riMHf splendid Hteamer in newly com
JL pleted, and will beat Nashville the first
rise or tne river, btiewill carry 400 tonsi
and her accommodations for passengers are unequaled by
1 .... ..r v. .1: : ... it v ' i , , .
auj uuu ui uji UI1UCU31UII3. iic win ue cumuianueu oy
Capt C. T. REEDER, long and favorably known to our
community, and the Cumberland river trade, generally.
She will make regular weekly trips, leavirg Louisville oa
TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock.
P M. At the former place passengers will find various
Railroad and Steamboat linen to convey them to any Mint
of destination they maydoaire, vie The old established lino
to Cincinnati; Union line to Wheeling: PiUsburg and Lou
isville line; Jefferson Railroad, AcAc All affording tho
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
fSf All orders will be filled as low as at Cincinnati.
S7 For Freight or Pasage, apply lo
teplO tf 11KNKYT. "EEATMAN, Agent-
STEADIER E. HOWARD. R. V.
NoRTuknx. Matter. This uplendid
steamer N now in fine order and will run a!a
a regular packet during the season between 'his pmt and.
New Orleans. She will leave on tbe first rile of water.
For freight or passaire apply to
nort J. A R. YKATMAN, Agents.
Saint Louis and Nashville Semi-Weekly Steam
ALEONIA Crr. Jamb Miluc
SALI.IE WEST Cut. J. V. Tnaoor.
THE above splendid steamers will com- . fT"" rV
mence their regular trip! on the first Vfgfr'tfrfgy
rise in Cumberland River, and continue in ',-,.-,,
the trade during the season, leaving Nashville and St l.oui
every Tuesday aud Saturday at 4 P. 31. For freight cr pas
sage, having unsurpassed accommodation.', apply' to
novC b A HAM I LTO.V, Agent
rpHE AMERICA. THIS FA-
JL. vorite Passenger and Freight steamer,
now at Smithland. has been tliorooirbly re
paired the past summer, and will resume her regular trip
under the command of Capt JxBcJomtso-r, between this
port and New Orleans, nn tbe first rife of water, and con
tinue until the season U closed. Forfretght or passage ap
ply to JOHNSON4 WEAVER,
novl 2 Agents.
xJ Cixcectavi. We
(Oct 25th,) prepared to
LADIES' DRESS FURS.
HATTERS -144 Maur Svanrr.
open our Fur limns this morning;
1 exhibit a laiirer stock of Ladie
Furs.offverv choice oualiti!.. than we lave ever before of.
fered, embracing Russian, Hudson Uf.y,and Canada Sables;
Stone Marten; Fitch; Squirrel; Lynx; and all the lower
grades of Furs, made up in latest stiles. Some very hand
some Robes and Foot MiuTif"ri!arriges.
ALSO Ladies' and Misses' Black nnd Drab Reaver and
Felt Bonnets; very handsome Bearer Flats; for Mines? Ri
ding Hats, Gloves, and WhipsBoys' Hats and Cap.
KST" Fur Rooms eaSecond Floor.
WM. DODD 4 CO.,
novlS Ot 144 Main, 3 daoxs below Fourth st