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NASHVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1859
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NASIIVrCt.Ii AND CKATXAJfOOGA It. K
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE.
OK AND jms
VEXT,J01,Y 3rd, 1S59,'
, , .faii-ng-r Trxici will ran as follows :
Jsve -.ashrlll- at KrlSA. M. and 8 P. M.
" Btsrenson st5:30 A. M. and S3 P. M.
Arrive it Chxtiinooji at 8:00 A . M and -.-00 P. M.
V!W-. &- GOING WEST. '
ieave Crtt-jMfsal---S'A H.ul 8 30. P. M.
' 8terenoa at 5:3n A.M. and 550 P. M.
ArrlreitKiuhTiaett UJOP M. and 1 30 P. M .
TJOTIlTHiil mitnj clow connections East and West att
IK Jfawn. wifl ueapfiu and ucarmton ana outer
roadi to'Ne Orlem anl Mier Southern citlei.and at Cbaiu-
caoa'.iriti. tha. Owit-taSUteBoad, acdby It ithlLer Boadi
m inline thrraih Oeonla. South Carolina and Alalaica. ana
with IliA Tenwraeeind Grif!a ttallroadat Chttaaooea,con-S:
aeetlne Hole In the vlrginl. reuU;, to bynebtrarr. iucnmnnl.;
Ea'Umort, PMlailpUa, tfa&lsrtoa City, Kev Tort an otter
,Tt.rsh TMKj day 1 haS at anr hour on application U
Tietat A-gtnl, at efike at Depot, to the following pIaca.T:;
5Te Tork, Tfa. East TennMee and TlrslrJa route Xfe Tork,;
Tia. Chirlntos, Phlldelhl, BilJmore. Waahlszton Clt,
PettnVurz. IUahmWi4', Lj-DCiitKir.KnoivJlle, CLtrleston. Ha-;
Tatnah. JIiMn, Anccrta. Atlanta, Montgomery, HnnUilleJ
Oraad Junction, SJempaii, Jfeir Orleana, "Virginia Spring. Beer-
JgI-tf ' "E. W. C0L2, SnperintendmU
Tenneseo ami Alabama Kaiiroad.S
and aft M0SDAYt Jolj 4th, 15, tha Tratni will runj
j. tefje NashTllle T:5 A a and 13P P M.
ArrlTe at Columhla 103CTA M and CIO P J
LeaTe CoIianbla7:IO A Mand 330PM.
AiTire at KasliTille 0.15 A M and CCFS.
" . Snrtdftyn.
Will leSTeXAjhTllIt 7: A M.and arHrt at CoIoinWa l(fc30 A"M?
IT III leare uolnmwa JJAI p ii. and arrive at Kashrille 6M5 P M.
JoncJ-l-otr w o-N. PEKKIKa.Snnerintendeot.
-.1 , ' ICAllillOAD.
Grcnt National ICnutc.
TBUHIATCS AX WASHINGTON AKDj
Bklmureon the Kaet, and Wbetlln;, Benwood, and Kirk-i
riporgrS&lL Wert, at vUica placea It unite with KallroaJj,
kwk1W , tw.aaai rosa aiipomu in mo
t el, outbtrciit and .ortli-Wcat.
Tare to Jf'w trk and Boiton OVET Dor r.c i ,h, t. ...S.?
Iter rate. D0LL4K ten than TJaanyg',,
Two Trains Tears WheeJinr daily. 8:50 P- M and II ran
Direct connections are made by these trains
' Tor all (lie Eastern. Cities
This Is the only rout to Washtnzton CItr.
Passengers by this Ilonte can risit Baltimore, ?hllkjelphla,'
lew Yora, and Doston, at the cost of a tkketto Boston alone, by
Throoxh. .Tickets ir the Eastern cities can be proenred ria
uumEwn .itj At itu nuaiiibKai coarge 01 uv,
Uolek time and but connections.
Inquire fa tickets y1 the JSiltlmore and Ohio Eallroad, at
bmj vi wic fruiuaiKvatiroBU ojccsia ufl west . m
B. P. FULL SK, Cen'I Western Agent.
L. M. COLE, Oeneral Ticket Agent.
W P. Surra, Master Transportation. - - apH
" " " TI1E PENNSYLVANIA
CENT UAL, 1CAILUOAD.
m caraciTT or Tan RoaD is xo w coctx to xarvmx coshtct.)
x .BETWEIKi PITTSBUEQ AND PHILAD ELPHIA,
tONKBCTIXO direct in the Unlcn Depot, at Plttsbnrg. wtth
Through Trains from all Wesvrn Cities for PU.adr,hi..?.i"'?.De,r'ao'' uu,cou,a got m tne eastern
sUVVi all, JL J LLBu uric . W1LH -'.11
titw York, llovton. Baltimore, and Wi.htn.tnn mi- .1..,. r,,.'.'1- uur "oci-'
n suing raetuti-s ror the transporutl-n of rassesgen ursur
in'inuuaiiuimgp 10 xuuaoeipnia wuaoutuouon; aa well as any other material for Enittlni. Nettinc. Em
'.lore of cars r coo (actors. ffiihrnH. p,.k. i. i... j i f
lomng Lars areatuart to ewu train. WjodrclT's Sleeplogquintity than erer We also conUnue to manufacture
t,T to Express and Past Trains. Tlie Exprcst. lCunJ
t ally, Mall andFas Hoc Sundays excepted. Three Dallyj
rrfcns oonuTCt uireci m ner zorc. express ana r asi 2.1necon;
t act f or Bal tlmora and Washinirtan.
lxpress Trains leave Plttjhurg 2 A. M., arrives at Philadelphia ti
n. . . r n . ' . . . n . f
vrviUiBncd it. ji.,flcv iuri iuui', ai. p
a all Train leaves Pitts'4rg 0 A. M., arriving at Philadelphia 11
ju , atr sori. i jw Am in,
ait Litre leares Pittsburg S P. M., arrives at Philadelphia
Baltimore at 8:3U A. M New York Mo P. Sf .
EIx Dallr Trains Letreen Pbiladelnhla and V-w TnrV Tn
tally Trains between 3ew York and Boston. Through TickeuffrJ
all Kali) are good on either of the above trains
BoatTIckeUto Boston are good ria Norwich, FaU Elver, or SBS
Itonlngtin Lines. fg
Tlekeu Eastward my be obUlned at any of the important wf
Vtilroad Offices In the Kest , also, ca board of any of the secular 5g2
Line of SteanKrs on the MlssifSippl or Ohio Rivers ; a ad TicketsSJJI?
t est ram at tne umoes or mo uompany In Boston, New York.BJ
JalOmore, or PbiladelpMa.
Fare nl trnj-s alotvnshv any oilier Route.
ASK IVR TJCKLT!, L Y Pit 1SBURG.
The completion of the Western connection of the renniylranta S
cwirusu mi iiiacago, mattes mis uxh
DIRECT USE BKTWEEN THE EAST AN1
THE OICIIAT NOICNII.UEST.
The oondeetlng tracks by the Railroad Bridge at Pittsborg,'
avoiding all draysre or ferriage of fi eight, together with the tev-
Ingof Uat,re adrasuges nralily appreciated i.y Shippers ofj
unifji.fc.snu irr; (raveling jm'ic.
Parlies tttuppiag attaru.wHl find ft to their advantage to .
auip vy ais juuie.
Por FieitihtCjatrastions or Shipping Directors apply to ornd-
arvas cuucreiuicioiwJrH?: agenis oi inecomparjy .
"' " " " D. A. SrjCWlRr. PitWwnr:
DovIekCo.,!teutea,llle,0 :M rJ.I1erce&Uo.,ZsneTrille,0.;
31 JohsuiB, Xipley, O; 11. McNeeiey.AKirsville, Ky.; Orraiy;
. i.roiper,i-enaMJiB,u.; i-fcwocs scuo., JeSfrsonvllle.InJ.
II tirowB k Uo . CsariBoati, U. BO Sieldrum, Msyliun,-!
Ind.; Williaai tlmxittm. uanvi'le, Kl ,: N W Uraham i. Co
Cairo, III ;UI Sw. St- Liuis, Mo.; Juan II Harris, NeMiville,
rXLU.; Huns t llltitt, M.i .Hi,, lVnn . Clarke Co.. Clnc.i,
111 ; WII II Koo'it.. Mt.n. Ill ; Nurphy t Walle. Duannue.'
Iowa, or 10 ruifiht A geusl ol Railroads At diaerent poiuts in the '
TlieGrcntoit Facilitloocrorcd for tlicPro.;
lection uud (ced Transportation, or
And .flood .AeunssadatioDs with cicaI p.iTiiefes for persons ,
irvsihs -P raff uutvi
By this route Fr- rhu of all de crintion can be forwsrded:
from Phiia elphia. N -w ,n i,, Bmtoa. oi Baltimore, to auy poipt '
CDiiKimiroj-i Mime, iveuui ..inaiana, tiuooM, itucoo-i
B,il, ins, or .ntMoun. iy jtatiroa1 airTt.
liw'PeaMvtraat It iWitt-t ats c fiuects at rittsburg with "
steamers Vy whusa Ii.cb be fortrardal to any port -n tle)
OUo.'uskloitra, Ulocky, rnwi, CumWrla:l, iUiuftt,?
aUwssinpr, niima, sttMHiri, Kanrai, Arkansas, and lie'
Birersi anlat Oleve nd, ouHiuii, and Chtcago itUk.l 1'orU.
OD ueauTin vresieru i..hes
Meriaals and &n:tipn:t entrusting tle transportation of
ItJins ressjut l( it&i Uumisr, eu re-y with concaente ou
The riles or Trelilit to an point In th? West by the Tenniyl j
rania Katlroad are at all Uuies as favor able as are olurged by
atner ruutroaa iioBpanes
ll I V irtlcular to mark packages "ria Peana. R. R
Merchants In the West ur.lering gi.'ods from the East, ill find
It to tJbeirioteresttaeallen the Ag'ntsof Uns Cooipany at the
souowing places teiore .nijwing or Istters adareswd to eltuf r or
thta on?be satfeeiof fre-utiu. will meetviitb joapt attention.
t. J. CAcaur.R. I'tiiiaietpiia.
WaQkaW t KW)X(, M) North street. I'allimore
1 EEOll tc. Oh -No. 2 Astor lloiuc.or.No. 1, S. Wm. t-.'
. l .
.LE58II c Co , No 51 Kitty str&at, Boston.
1 ll 11 Hor-'TUS, (Jeoeral might Agent. PhiU.
L L UUUl'r.Uenerat Ticket Agent, phila.
TI103. A- SCO1-!. General ginp't, Altoon.. Pa. )an8-tf
BAL.TI.1IORE .1X1) OHIO RAIL, HOAD
riHE Southern Read of the four great lines. This road hast
si inus tar oeeu mauageti in sucu a way as ia oomaena it to j
the public patrosae.
This Compaay, under the General Superintendence of
II. TJ. m EARS, General ITcielit Accnt,
Now aiTerslBduoemetitsta shippers to Btltimore, Philadelphia,!
!ew Yur.. Do, too. rtichm jnd. Petersburg, ike., at exceedio;lrpjQKi,r.S.
low rates, and larbelow New Orleans prices, as their moderated
tmrrtmm ear III. t hs .taa. 1 if t nn ilnnn Intltrin t nf .nm an,! l I f naHv9
terms, with the deduollon upon Insurance ior one and a hair perffSit up0- ourcu-lomers DAY AND MOIIT Railway travel
cent , by this route, and European aU.ping being froui J to&3. wi n flnd thl. arrangement to their art vantage
shillings sterling less than the New Orleans shipping prices
Itcliabte a. well as Desirable. i
Their facilities for trat-tportatiou are unequaled by any othe ft
road now In operation, as lueir Western terminus is at PARK K
Kl.4tttTKllll nt. Itu-rirpJ .ml nin.tv miles tietnw lhn InvtV
wat r and most dangerous navigation of tbe Ohio river This
naMesln idma-y wateiiedetlrery of goods not only certain
but with diSjwtch, in adva Ve of any other route, and as the wa
ter declines ttieir adrantaglt are s.eh as the time of delivery j
widens on thei route,, so tat this is th only j
Clt-up, 1-eliiiblV and Speedy Koute.
Freights oy tuts route are HV, exposed to weather than by other
routes, as there is no drayasn the delivery being made at Park
crstrarghuodera well sb-dd-d)Voat, and elevated from thence byp
steam lmu-tdistely to the cars, lithout being subject to wrr ra
Th Louisville stmrs coiAetft dlret wilh rtersburgt;
coats witnoui toetay, as u iitswise
boats. The Pittaour.t -oatsconres di,
th!". jTsut?BlMl' ihe Compy are enabled to receive freight
qsuy lorturs rouieat tneir agency in aasnvuie, i.eun.
1'or furtuer part.t.ulars .nquire of
11. 11. HARRISON. Freleht Arret,
may I V 6m No., corner Broad and - rvnt streets
TUc Adams Express Cumpaiiy.
yfnnE Adams' Express Company lg leave to announce to theirP
H iriena aua tne puDitco.-tA-UYiiie,uisi mey iiaTccouciuu-;
darrangemeDts wttti lb IOUiJviIle and ashvllls Kail Road;
Company, under hicb they will extend the operations of their
Express to the line of that Road, commencing August 1st, I8.W
On the completion ol the Nashville end. of the road to Howling
Grass,-about tb ltstfa ef Au.u.t, US!), me-sesgers will run.
throogh between Nashitleand Louisville.
For particulars a to rates, time, ate , apply to
A K. HOLT,
angS-dtf No. SS Market Street, Nashville, Tees,
PIA' Ann DrroxtATivE plasikieb,
WBuLr..l I atto Rnalt PtaLXZ III
LV DUAbLiG CEMENTS
Plaster at Puris, Plaatcrin? Hair, Fire
Itricka, Fire Clay,
TERRA COTTA C El I.TIM) TOPS, k TER.
1U COTTA WAKE (1E.ERALLY,
KoT-TT. Broadway, Ilctwccu Suiuiaer and
.-j Cherry Streets,
- NASHVILLE, TEXNESSEE.
DA VIS & GAIXES,
PI-ODlicE V C03IMISSIOK IflEHCHAJVTS
AKb nt-URs ik
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
" . r. -iircad. Street, ,akliville. Tcnn.
"'?,"' .' , t-.t30 rears of age. S feet S or 6.
teeth, te Is ,L?btl sJ .buale. w raised in i
countj.Tem, , tismxher iwloiwed to tbjwl'sw Maxwell cl I
V-y' 1 !r ff. chb-.rood of Mr. 1
v,..'.u.r" -r rn the rei.-borh.od ur
lluntsviile. 3!., bar reasoss to believe wVJf?
SartoritH! v.,i,n lor tueUst -ars in j
VainTtMeaMUunitvill.. "f" .
covbd&wvw Murfret-boro , Tens.
... CItOSN.TIES WANTED.
nnnE N.sUville and Uor.h Western IUHroad Company wish
B,'-tO-anrKtfor40,r00 Crtlur Cro--Aie. Sfetta
eng. 6 Irrcb-s thWrk, eil hewn, to face at narrowest place nots
Js tnan htcj-. rtntr ,,i bark, timber to -esouna, 10 uc w"
mt The crade lime of tin- rn-il In V.ah.ltl.. I
The eof.tr -mm to oontraei for 30,000 WUite era
'mt'Ouk l'iu. of the ..me.ii. .. above, to be delivered j
rthfilnoftbe road in piles from section 14 to section 24,
-DnWojreaeh seetsMi to suppljr tbe sam. I
Ton7vrMsr to lad will dirtet to th. President and Direct
or ths Kas.vlllt and North-wesUrn Kailroad 'Ccmpan y,'
Fall And Winter Arrangement.
tr. s. MAIL
IN fiOSSECTIOH WITH THE
Xashville & Chattanooga Railroad
Tcnnoaacc & Alabama Oallroad,
, EDGEFIELD AND KENICCKY EAII. BOAD,
LOCISVIE.X.1: Be KASIIVItLE RAIX.ROAD.
rFTHR folloirlnr splendid ateamera eomprlte thli Una. and!
icaTeiiaaQTHieaainriorPt. lxiuu, iMUlrrUle, Smlthlaad.
5 Leaves Naihrltle erery Monday at 12 o'clock M.
SteaaerC. E. KILLM AS,
! floaarrr. M.tp.
.Learw HaahTll le erery Tuesday at 4 o'clock P JL
! SltXS, MlUtT.
Uares NahTlUa erery WedLesday and Saturday at
m V UJUU OA.
7S riijirrrT Mufr.
SLeares Saihrllle ery Thorsday at U o'clxk M.
BteamerC. 31. HUSTAN,
I amxri, Nauer.
Leaves Sashrllla on Prldays at 4 o'clock P. M.
Steamer SAINT CLOUD,
1 Siiu, Muter.
Lrarrl Nathrl'le erery Patnrdty at 12 e 'clock M.
These steamers connect at Padacah with th MnMla ad Ohio
ua'iroad, at Uairo with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at St.
Loois with the Missouri and Upper MIsilIppl Blrw Packets.
aou are eqou w any steamers anoat lor saretr. sceea ana com
fort. a HAMILTON.
1 A BBLS. Bratll Nots;
10 bhls Texas Pecans;
It do Almonds:
JL iudo Filberts;
10 do Ecelllh Walnnts:
In store and for sale low at 13 and 15 Market street by
janra I1UUU McCKEA tr. CO
lAI,E! AE,E! AL.G 1
eQ X B AERKLS Smith's Champagne Ale;
rQj 25 do do Eennett do
2.1 do do Bottled do
Te snore Ales are the finest made and are warranted ForSfl
at Pitubarilll meeUng prices, freight added, at No. 5fcj
The ahore Ales are the finest made and are warranted
C AKTER, WILSFOED & CO.
SOW OR NEVER.
AM now In the city and am ngaged insel'ing connty rights!
for the State of Tennessee, for the manufacture and sale cf I
my Patent Improred Bee Ilivei, the rirtae and snperiorltyt
of which bare been testified to by hundreds of the most worthy and E
eminentcitlsensof our country. The construction of my Hire?
is simple, and I promise it Is th only Hire In the world known
vmcu is prooi atsinst tne bee mothe. Persons desirous or pur-J
chasing either family or county rirhts for the best Bee Hive in t
the wot Id, c-n find me for a few days at the Auction Rooms of 1
aieasrs. iiardy Brothers, where 1 will be happy to see them.
juiyro justfll itrjr.
OSCAR BOSIITIE & CO.,
Have just opened at their stand,
No. 7 Union Street,
A complete stock of Fall and Winter
UUESS AKD ITIANTILXjA TUIITI.TIINOS,
5rf"10MPRlSINO a full assortment ct plain and flgcred YelTet'
; iuon)as,uio)ns. r rinses, itusie uimps, urape Trimmings,
ueits, uniuni, Braids. Buttle Buttons &c. tc.,all of which are
t . ... ..
c p n 1 r l itacrino ana aneuana Wool, W
SEwbroidered Braids and Silks; Crochet, EmVolItry aad Bpos
Fringes, Taksels, llnttons,s. Cord, &c.
.to orders' usual, and will try to suit all and everybody.
jonK atoKKorr. m. b, mokbow.
JOHN MORROW & SON
STHousaLX axD xrail
SADDLERY AND COA
Ware - Furnish! n
II o u s e, s
No. 48, JTurkct Street,
KasrcracToitixa atro szauxs a
Saddlos, Bridles, Harness, Trunks
Carpet Sacks, Saddle Rags, &c.
PERSONSrlsltlng Nashrille In need of anything in i
our line, will find it tc their mtereutoexam-f
tee our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as it is our.T
intention to mate quiccaaieaand snort pronu.
tatra lndueementa wi ll ie onerea to ah purchasers,
anT-tr JOHN MARROW 80W
PURMA1V & CO..
Importers and Wholesale
SO. 2 .SOUTHEAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
I WTfTT'E -je again p:;aed to announce to our friends and the
I r. a .iraae.iaat we nave now completed our Stoca for the
FALL, AND WINTER,
"and th.t no labor or pains has heen spared to make our assort
it attract! re la prices, qualities and styles.
Plantation and Servant Goods, In crcai
Itlankctv and wrappers, ot every- stylon.
and nualitr. ri
Ojr Stock of Fancy Goods and Ladles' Dress Goods excels
.nytiHns; nenireevrr lierore presmted ; whilst our aruTtmest
.01 miivatvi anties will be r,uod complete In all Its details.
An trx.uainallon ts respectrully solicited rrom all thetnerrhanti
Visiting t'lis market. FUSMAN & CO..
Five Story Block, near tn Wire Bridge.
CORNER CEDAR AND CHERRY STREETS,
3. ItlOOKK, Proprietor.
fllAVE ms.e estejsive arrangemenU f'-r the receiving of all
the nci.icaci.sof the coming seisin, of Fish, FItsh snd Fowl:
Mar Oysters will be from the most cele lated beds. Pickles and!
Condiments frrm tbe celebrated establlshmeLts cf Cress &
illakwrll and Lea li. Pe.Tin, th a large and well selected!
Vinrs, Itrandics, Ac, Arc
Exce'lent COOKS and attentlre Wallers, the whole under
rduperlntendence of that well known Epicure, Mr. CUARL
0n ,ad lfter the 15th or September we will be prepared to
.. -... . . rt .
JTJ EEXBXBEn THE METROPOLITAN I 3L
UNION B E S T A U 16 A N T, H
(Opposite Basic of Tennassee.,)
AVholesale and Kc tall
SaaiSaO Y ST Ell DEPOT.
TITE undsrstcned takes pletsure to inform hts friends andkl
MK-nirm lh,t Ihdl NION' ItESTATJRANT is now ontnr
(or the seas -p, where they can be supplied with all the delieacirsKja
of th. a,n, ,cb asFrc Oysters, Game, Fresh and Salt Water U
Fish. Clams and CraM lot
Hi. inc rrosureii the oest Cooks and Waiters, and cy prompt pa
... ... . i . , -i , ,, ki:-s?1
. " ... . . . M
We are also prepared to furnish Pinners and Suppers for lar
ties in exeelietit style.
In addi ion to our Cooks, ce have procured the services or a
vki!fu I't-itry Cook.
Ilnuv open from sla In the moraine till twelve at sight.
JJ" i ' Choice brands of Wkic kept always on hsnd.
sentji-Gui A. JOXNARD, Agent
vex. X. DIMD l",
j. it. raKRaiu
FA 11 It. I It, DISIflUKES & CO.,
Peelers isallklsdi of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITEBb,
TKOMKS", .VALIftS, Ac, &c.,
A. B. Robertson's Stand.
SN O . 4 5
' E art sow receiving one of the largest and most beautifuli
j V stock of
9 BOOTS, SnOES, Ac;,
for Fall and Winter, that bss ever been hroieht to Nashville.
iney were manntacturra toour otra-rao j --"
iso. We in-i-e all our friends and the public generally . cai
;onus wewill sell them very lr for OASII.
seiio tr Attn An. utu." j - ww
A UN ST ISO NO & CO.,
ISo. us Market Street,
K hive now on hsnd a full and complete assortment of
MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, tc. which e offer at.
ie Terj . iD.m prires :
If. J. M1LLKR.
Auction & Commission Mcrcbants,
STILL give pa-tlculsr attention to the nubll,-a--i Prlvatei
V V sle of Merchandire and Property ol every descriptlOB,&t
-,i ca.ke proupt rriuru. ior toe saaie.
Refer, by Permission, to
J.1I (W A Ross. T R. Bloom. J T Wl-t.- V. V. Tjim.r.
E Drr I, President Manufacturers' Bank, Maces, Georgia , A.
,M. D"M'mi. ij, Roche tt Bell. R Haberstaun l Sons. Brliham.
Baldwin . Co. T. j . Walsh. Savannah. GeorH.-W. C.Pnkes it ?
EVALCABLC LOT OF LAN D NEAR NASH
if AM offerip. for sale on low terms, a Tract of Lisd osthe'
r ix,t,Tiii. r.,kT-. ....! . . , ,
iaiu i half cleared, nine miles from Kadiville, a-Uoinlng thj
ijui-.-. -ui vuiinfnamaniB, Bowman it i good rarm-i
i-cgia-drprcu iirlyadspted lyT growth ot Wh at and Fruit,!
l.""I?""H""1"' nwuixr llow. Apply soon to -
ncciajwa s A.Y.8. IOND-IET.
1PS 9. CAIN & COENELIUSi
... m e
aasajss . -r. r - ' m .....
I? . 1- ' p . DEALEE8IN I
i M wlilnTM, MILLEH a w., I
m . IP K
ftr it ' ri i trl m
SU . . EsIB 1 III i 1 41 1 U 1A H
Lsji NORTH MARKET STREET, M 1
rJIAW ' ' SJ AND
C RETAIL DEALERS IN M wjlilj jl kj, p
V? e, M ffi M WO-J-40 CHURCH STREET, I
. -?jm m b h ii ii ii a i i
JggfeggS W Jl INASHVIliE, TENN.
H 1 ocU-tf 1
V AKlii;'L,lij.& lHas..Come! Has OomT
i hats. etc. 1 mmmhi I
RlT ir, in nytnt or an immenu Stock of the shore mentlcned
'A TioTTTtT m siriDtr' siw.st T?nTT"s
I ' m W tJ Ka
l-F"1 ancy BeLLaines,
nTTPTATTVT T.VT A TATCC!
jlrisn Elncni, Damasks, "Wlilte Goods,
Bonnet Ribbons, Lsadlcs' Head Dresses,
. . . m
sjioatcs, anawis, mantles, ccc., ore.,
CEaBIack a-d Colored Cloths. Doeskins and Casineres, Silk Yelret,1
E0S::k Plush Ca'slmere and Satin Vesting, Silk Serge, Satin De
Chines, Tailor's Trimmlcgs, tc, Uc.
Jeans. Satinets, Tweeds, Costing and Negro Blankets, Rail
way Rugs, Bed Blankets Flannels, &c., &c. Bleached Sheet
isgs and Shirtings.
(American, English & Freneh Prints
VARIETIES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, &e.
rTerre note on hand a large and complete Stock oj
WhlcawehaTS .purchased cheap, and which we will Retail
AT VERT LOW PRICES.
Hy Great iroccr.sz.Trs offered to cuo atrrnts
llf Their Stock is large and of prima quality.
JO" The uual Barter taken In exchan.e 'orGoodi.
ilIcWUlKTEK, iniLLKU b. CO..
No. 51 North Market Street,
sepSl 1 doors from Public Squan.
HAT AND CAP STORE.
ins ZAJZS7 STYLES ALWAYS ON EA2TD.
And the Best
at the Eotve st
E.YEItSO.VJ & EVANS,
43 UNION STREET, NEAR STATE BANK-
t. . . . Lnr-n- r. '
uuuiu ukaiiivt jl.sis u. v aszstja j aa
Incorporate 18l9--t'harter Perpetual.
Oasli Capital 81.000,000,
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.
SET SUlti'LDS Of S U 4 2 , 1 8 1 7 2.
And the prestige of 40 yea rs success and experience.
3 UPWARDS OF S12,000.000
t3 Of losses have been paid by the -Etna Insurance Company I n the
! rajt forty years.
F? Ihe Talue ot reliable nsurance fill he apparent from tt c fol-K
LOSSES PAID II Y THE iET.VA
D3RISQ THE TAST riVK YEAHs
3 In Ohio..- 3431 .20 S3
ain Wisconsin 10C,3."ij 07
In Michigan .Sl-V1" Si
lu Indiana- Hti,'Ki.lfia
Win Kentucky Stll,-33 '.0
kt..,i : ,, ,tg a.
44S. 17 .1
Kansas & Neb
flowafc Minn 101.330 40
Pcnn'a t Va..
Arkansas k Or.
Miss.-sippl and Alabama JK.IU IS.
Fire and Inland Navigation
- ' rZ,,Ji,. tZ. ,nr.
. , .. '"" '::.y.-." .;.--.-
-i ne soiiaservice lone aoo successiu.iy iricii, aim -ue iua cur au
ana Insurance Coransny poshes in ...line,
KhnnLl not t nrfirIO.Ikil OT
itamlinr their best liiterests.
Iiaringl3triiy-i-ttlja5s"the necessity for reliable Ins nnnce
xcomca an imperative laty the ability of property ow iers to!
loatain lossbeiDB thenmrca leswneu
Agencies in all the principal cities and towns through' tut the
I St-". 1 oticies issued wttnoutuci-y, ty any oi in. uuiy tumor
i',l Arents of the Co i panv.
litisincsk uitcuacu to uiiu ucspuicu una
ft A 5 II X HI A Kill. A pen IS,
p8-3m No 25 College Street, SMhville. Teun.
THE STAR GAI,LE1CV I
SSPHFKEOTVPKS AND PHOTOGT.tAPHS.'
Ijo 44, Union Street next door to w essel t tsoi jpson's,
T. F. SA LTZitlAIV,
Iuti OP-RATOX at irronrs- aaLixai ,1
j fWAVING fitted ip rooms as lve, excluivly for thati
IB brancnor rtosiness, is preparea toreeeiveute lauies acu
Is-entlemcn of Nsshville and make fac timilt of tbeir faces, in
ithe highest stjleef the Art. No expense has been spared eitljer;
iinfumi.hin. his apartments or procuring the latotand most;
3improreu apparatus and materials, ana me subscriber consaeni
ly milves an wno may waafc in-vuie. w iicuim a can, pieuguu.
isausiaction in every case.
TTPEn trance next door (,vt ssj to n essel s Tnompson.
3 T. y. SALT2MAN.
r. ii. axcM.it. oio. l. oautsMr, jr.
BOOTS & SHOES,
tTruKbi) Valises, Bonnet IIoxcs, Are., ic.
C OUNCE PCIILIC fQCARE AD MABKET STREET,
TTATISGJust opened a stick entirely Dew and of thTery
ST! litest styles, ia our line, at ths Above mentioned well
known sued. (Nichol's corn r.) we Invite our Iricnds and Ihe,
publl-.b-dirs and gentlemen, ycang and old, lo call and see the.
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS. Ac,
it,., t,.v. .re. been brou.ht to this mrket.
i We particularly invite those In waut of Brogani and
Plantation Mioet, te tire us a call, as we feel certain'
ws can pleas thee i.AUt.-iA - uiL,,..ri;
OTICt:.---0n the night of tl o 3d or morn'ng of tie 4 th'
in.t-nt. a S50 bill on the Union Bank of Tennessee, was)
thron-h a mistake, passed at the counter of the bar room of the;
...... . . . r 1, , v. (
St. Cloua uoiei mi w . 1" - w -.j. ,
it was passed, has discovered the error, they will please return lut
Golden Syrup! Golden Syrup! !
- c - do do do
-?st receired, and a Tery superior article. or sal low atKo.5
Booth Mtrket street.
mty2j; UAni Kit. i-afofio ca .w
C!T ARCH, 200 Boxes vox's Pearl Starch, tbe best arucitl
3s the starkst In: wis low oy
QAKIESjWILarOKD k. CO
1 Tiic Good Time Has Come !
Singer's No. 2 Sewing ITIachin0 can.
now lie had for
One Hundred & Five Dollars!
NO. 1 for:
ORMsnufacturinganl Plantation purpor thr only rslia-l
oie ana nnexceliM-sewing Aiactune in u woria. i. jr..
r a,.; Gtutlt.
Family Sewing machines fromFif
ty to Eighty Dollaro.
We hare tried them in our own Fasiilr and fled them Bapericti
to any in use. . Jl.smjtris Co. J battue.
jr. T. LORD, Agent,
sep35 45 North CollegeStreet.
H I S K E
Trem tht Kev OrUant Picayune.
iSfrfftHE nnritr of this Whiskey Is certifljd to by the leading!
ii 1 Northern men of science, such a. Dr. Chilton, the noted
fcJNew York Chemist. A friend of ours who understands such'bings,!
R7t.llin.thl.' Aromatic" is a rood "Aromatic:" and as he Is rell-
able, we can sfely recommend this Yalley rt h'jkey to those In I
need of a good articls.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
from the CrtKtnt.
lv3 Not s particle of strychnine In It the best we have tasted fori
to? many a day.
Daly's Aromatic Vulley Tvhisuey.
Prom tAe Daily True I'elta. Kev Orleam.
Thnugh not much of a judre, we may sly, and we are endorsed:
by frl-n.is who are, that the Aromatic Valley Whiskey," the
very poetry of 'old Mononrahela," manufactured by Wm. H.l
Daly, Is unequaled for "Purity" and 'Flavor" by any In the!
EA Daly's Aromatic Valley "Whiskey.
fa Prom tie ifempUi Dally Appeal.
aa It Ispron'uncedhy good Judges to l-e free frm all deleterious'
an influence upon tnose who use thm, where they are consumed!
lafr.t.Il. Thenoxious beveraees that ars generally Intended forH
a-.H hiskey are an imposition and a curse.
- M Daly's Aromatic Valley "Whiskey.
iel xv- 1 1 . . n.::..-
It Is a Dleas.nt. unctuous stimulant ccnllsrly adsnted to the!
.cure 01 invalids wnoseea a purs ronic, wimou: mucn 01 tne ai-
s cohol c principle.
Daly's Aromatic Valley "Whiskey.
Prom the Galretton Era.
We hare no hesitaUon In pronouncing It equal, If sot superior,!
Ste any we have ever drank.
Daly's Aromatic Valley "Whiskey.
I Prom the JTemphte Dally Eagle t Enquirer.
j It has been pronounced by tbe highest scientific ind medicals
nattiorltT a pure and healthy stimulant entirely free from dele-I
itertous admixture We can recommend it with perfect confidence 8
pj to those who require an slfoholle st'mulant for medical pur-1
tv-jim. Dalv's Yallev Wt-lsk-v" is suoerior to Gin. Cordial.!
S3 French Brsndy. Port an 1 Madeira Wines, and indeed all other!
biTarieties or spirits wr.icn are sola in ints marset, ior not one oig
l. !... ri - Ii. tin 1 In nnn, .,.1. Nn Inf. Hi .t r,h..t-t.nll
I would recommend It as suitable for medicinal and public pur l
pOSCS. U11AH. T JAUb-U.N.
state Assayer, cos ton
It Is without any deleterious admixture.
JA8. R. CHILTON, M. P., New York.
a Entirely free from adulterating lurredfcnts, so frequ'ntlyfi
.used. JAB.j.SA-B,ew loric.
TTT Consumers can depend upon retting a pure article when1
they buy th Yalley Whiskey, as it Is sold by the bottle and case
only. il i'Ai-l,
lujsoutnniuiam street, stir lorr.
Wi For ale In NaahvlUe hy ltAltU-itu c ui.ej.-i.
1 m amjmoth stock:
T n E OSLI EXCLUSIVE
erry, Sauiicy & Co,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Ha ts, Caps, Trunks,
Carpet Bags. Valises,
Umbrellas, Ac, &c.,
3Tnro Doors above the City Hotel,
'7I7T are nt receiving aad opening, TOR TOB PALL
I WW TRADE, by far tbe largest and most complete Stock of
'.'ioodsln osr line, ever offered to the Trade In this State.
rhif sin. it ruu ana comueze. camvnnni a ju tine
of erery variety and ttyle, a.d as our Goods wers purchased
(feel fully warranted In saying, that our Inducements shall be tar
Ssuperlor to any ever before offered to ths Trade In this Aula.
(l . . . . t . r.. ..T-a m kt.llv TMTIUtt. A tft
jrr-mpi .urn-. .utc,M.u wu.i,-hwv .--
(givsusasaiu louwiusav.mouty bjuoi-jio
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ioch additional atjuaro,
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It will save us a treat deal of nnnecetaarv trouble If ur friends.
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
TnuESDAf, Nsvember 17, 1859.
TENNESSEE IRON COMPANY.
The noase rcsumedtbe consideration of Senitcr
jMinois' hiliS GJ to incorporate the Tennessee Iron
I Company. Tne question being upon Mr Williams
of Hickmin's amendment to Mr. White of David
idscn's amendment, which was in lieu of tha Com
mittee on Incorporation's amendment.
Mr JONES believed that wherever an iron mill
Ivras located it was bound to duaemminate centra!
benefits ; he believed the bill was calculated to stir
.up the capital interests of the country; and cousii
Btutional without a doubt. It would girt a tone of
lindos ry to the section ef country where the mills
I if ere located, lie was lorapplvinz indindut lia
Bbility to banks, aariDg institutions, and insurance
. - . ......
companies, because nearly evrytaiog belonging to
them that is valuable is locked up in tbeir vaults, and
lit might be Irani-ported to Europe before, creditors
Swouldknowantthisgaboatit. But in the case of iron
Bcomora'.ions he thought the thine; was different
!The means of an Iron Rolling Mill can not be re
moved without notice to ihe creditor?, who, on the
I first attempt ts more any of the property of the
mill would proceed to make their debts. It is con
tended to charter such incorporation as this, is a
-iolation of the constitution. This, sir, is enun.
Icia'ed to be eo by the gentleman from Hickuaa.
si crefer sir. to believe that it ia constitutional pre-
sfrrrinc to follow the precedents of all former;
71 - ... , T ,, ,
Legislatures aca tne actions ci jacison, roit ana
I ill former leauers oi tne usmocrauo pany, man to
branch off after ihe lead of the distinguished gen
tleman from Hickman.
Ha thouffht that he was on democratic ground.
nd was not going to quit the old path which so
many democrats had t'odden, and follow the path
Mated out by the gentleman from Hickman, fot
fear he would, or mieht get lost in the roods.
Mr. EWING, with reference to tne tacmng on oi
lx liahilitv clause, thounht that the remams or tne
Jirsntleman fM-. Jonesl were sufficiently lucid and
Iclear. lie oelieved the iron interest was one of the
greatest in the world this was in lact anirorraga.
If the public tastes were perverted, the party which
Shas been in power for the past thirty yers were
hie for it. fie proposed ti prove that the
Democratic party nave aesiroyeu cuutn:u.tuaiuu
Inerrorted ihe nub ic taitc. tie woutu ine to iin,w
l.hero the head and front of the Post Offlae Depart-
Imen: got authori'y to muke appropritiions to pay
l.'or its cervine. In reference to our bankrupt gjs
Stem he would like to know where Buchanan gets the
Joower to put out of exiel-oce we operations oi tne
S-eneral bankrupt la. He said the Missouri Uom-
I promife was constitutional, ana u was bo pronounceu
hy many worthies, both on and ctf cur Supreme
nnr!- Tha Democracy have been changing
Ico38tantly our ccn'titutions, and have been mas.
line changes on almost, everything. The gec-
ltt.mt.n from nickman. rilr. Williamsl savs you
I might as well pronoKnce all trades pro bono pub-
lico, as to call the iron interest. In a law past.
Ied by the last Legislature, there were aDom tne
same provisions as are proposed to be incorporated
in this bill. All th partners are to be responsible
Ifor tho amouDt of capital invested in tbe aocia
1 inn. Now. bv referrine to the journal o: mat sea-
liian it will be seen that the gentleman voted for
3i hat hill: sinco then there has come a change over
Rthe spirit of his draams. If you will turn to iheEj
S Legislative U.mox and American oi mat session,
ajou will see that many prominent gent'eman on the'
iother side of the llousa pronounced ia favor of thai
Smeasure He knew that time made great changes
Kin individuals: but it struck him there was as many
interpretations to our fundamental law as mere was
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to the stcreu vtrn iis-u. yu" hchuouu;
lihanee the fundamental law or its interpolation, u
. - 1t;ir. -f it at nni, Th
amounia 10 uiaiuS - uu...v ,
Onion cannot be constitutionally aissoiveu even 115a Persons living out or the city need havs no fea-. about
focd democrats say "if we are not elected thelglng Machines. Written nstrut!ons aeecmpany every mi
country i. gone." llsmocrats n seems, w.u auomiij
to no interpretation of the Constitution, but their
interpretation. It is only recently mat it is earn to
be unconstitutional to apply mis icuiviunai tiaoiu-
Jlr t Atltlt-lilii HBIU me uiBi..rjf ui .uo .s.-u.
cralio parly was the hisioty of the country, and
t everv move they have made ras been met with
almost unDaralleled. He is proud to
.now that had it not been for the Democratic party
.-a it minciDlrs vour Constitution w uld have
hr. .nnk so low bv the fanatics of the North
t,. fbo hands of the re.urreclionists could not
have recovered it. He deftndei the Dem-oradc
platform, had no objec ion to one word of it, and
his constituency sustained his df f.nce of it. The
Legislature can have the right to alter, amend or
..-.l . barter whenever the cojporation may have
violated any of the provisions of its charter, and
not until then; such is tne con true 10a n- iji
upon the platform, and such is the position he as
r, WILLIAMS of Hickman, again iook tht
floor in reply to gentleman and in opposition to
the bill . .. ., ,,.
Mr. J0NE8. The gentleman, LJir. nuiiams, oi
m-trm-n."! has admitted that an iron company is tor
the publio good, and yet it is not policy to iueorpi.
1 . . . . . I r, T -t.ir.... . n ,.
rate it. He luongnt me 1eu.ocrisMu jivtuu
consi.tently and uuly construed by tne gentleman
from Shelby, 2Ir Farrelly. j He believed stock-
oolde'S should De uaoio 10 me eiiem ui '""
mentatuched to the Memphis and St Louis Packet
n TAitn-dav. He wis for an amendment
I providing i hat none of the capititl stock should be
withdraw n, and should offer such an amendment at
the proper time.
He was fur the amendments offered by the gen
tleoan from Maury Mr. Qantt, and also the gen
tleman from Hay woo J, Mr. Lea. He voted yes
terday to place them on the act incorporating the
Memphis and St. Louis packet Company, and thej
Th nositien. sir. I occupy, (continued Mr. J ,)
'can not be anti-democratio unless the Bank bill in
'troduced by the gentlemtn from Maury, be consid-i-rorl
more so. I. think, sir. that it is the be-t
'banking code or general law that can be passed,
fand I am for it. I want to rid the Demooraiio par
ity of these questions of minor importance and let
maei our foe in 1860 upon the real issues involv
ed and then vie can march to victory and thus per
petuate the Union. 1 consider tne amenamenif
ifbat I am for adopting are suffi jient restrictions ot
!:-,! vi dual liahililv.
I r sir. cannot be unchurched by the gentleman ,
from Hickman, cn his platform, without the com
pany of the gentleman Irom aiauryanu aivers oiucrj
SeMr.T-lAZELTON supported the bill. Lookine
to the intere-t of the people, he thought the gentle
man from 0eton, Mr. Jones.j was anoui rigot
Every ia .nuf-cturii g establishment in the North
he bt-lieved, wa3 incorporated. Tho bill was no pel
of the American party; indeed, he thought the lia
bility e ause question was Deing isn-o -i-uyj
mccratic hutnbog; a sort of ground and lof y turn
bling ne hoped gentleman would come up and
sustain the bill, for there was nothing in it that
wculd endargr tbe great llemocratio party
Mr. BICKNELL. Mr Speaker: This bill pro
poses to charier anlrcn Manufacturing Company in
I T am not interested directly in any way with this
company, but I do feel anxious that Representative
should look at the propositi n, as lo its utility no
only to East Tennessee, but the Slate at large. Thi
question of individual liability, which ihe Democra
cy have eo earnestly urged, is a ner feature in the
Democratic platform, ana oaij muj.nu i-
summsr uur tamers, iraui uw utS.uu.u- w
State, have thongbt it wise to incorporate compa
nies of this kind, and through this policy our re-
form rilfl fl.VR hpftU to same extent developed; but ii
i left to the Democracy of the present day to dis
cover, that it i. n-t in acordsnee with the consuiunon
i. . ' - ...it.. ... .Mm nn.it, '
itn o-rnnt cnarters oi i-corpuru-- m .--...--
this kind. Let us look for t, momtnt ut this qnes-
tion, c-nnected with this bill under consideratiop.j
You profess to be Democrats, ana proiess m rru ci
the will of the people and a uestre io uo ran. imug
Lwtt..,. tn.t. will!, know. Is it supposed for
Imomeht, that the eitiiens of Hamilton county de-j
:sire any such resirict'on; nave mose peopie ju
Iwho.e midst this improvement is to be erected. d
fsired thote restrictions! I say to BeprfsenUtiv.B
that twenty men in Hamilton county couia rot b
found who would desire uch restrictions. Then,
sir, if those people who are the only pa- ties whf
are liable to inj'ury from failure of the compsny, i
they are willing for the company to operatu under a
charter, such as we have been in the habithereto
ifore of granting lo any of ourcitiiens when desired
Will you lorce upon mem suon n-inouoasi nm,
you not let true democracy prevail and carry oat
the wii-hes 01 these people u expiesscu oy tau
J3ut, m. Bptixtr, loao gtnucacn op f on uu
proposition upon the grouni that the establishment
win not te or pnblio utilltr.
I should presume that the manufacture af an ar-'
licle of such universal nti'ity, would be, brintelli-:
cent men. considered a Dublict benefit. If hv this
icompany iron, could be famished for public woxke
in 'xennessee, or to supply In part, tho great
demand, I submit, air, that if br this operation the
me vast amount oi capital mat would otherwise, pe
taken rrom our state, could be expended at borne1
tor ice same material, u such, operation would not
be of incalculable benefit to the State treneraUr:
I appeal to representatives to look to tha sublicl
good for once, and discard any party dogmas that in
any way conflicts with the great Interest of the
state. a,et us soar above suea contemptible thingsi
ss party preiuaices, and look steadily to the devel
opment of the resources of our great State, and tht
prosperity oi our people.
The operations of banks is altogether different!
irom suen a corporation as the one under consider
ation. While the liabilities of the iron tsamcsnv
must necessarily be In the immediat j vicinity where
me raw material is manufactured, the Issues of a
bank are oommensnrate with tha State, and in that!
.case a bnk failure affecta all parts of the State to
a greater or less degree and here there is some
propriety in making the stock holders in such
Jan institution liable In. tbeir individual prop
erty for the issues cf the bank. But should
the iron manufacturing company, in the county of
it amnion, rati, tne loss, ir any, would ran upon the
citizans of that county. If then tbe parties who
are most likely lo sustain such. loss prefer the char
ter without the restrictions, why will gentlemen!
pcio.o. u lurouig uieiu ou i.ne ouarier, contrary
to their wish? 1 have ereat confidence in the cood'
jujment, ana sound discretion of the citizens ol
iiauiuion county, ana i nave no uoudi uey are as
ompntent to judge of their own Interest, aa the
members of this General Assembly.
I desired.Mr. Spttver. to discuss that part of tht
amtindmerfC that reaarraa In th T,.i.Ifllar,rn ib.i
power to repeal the charter but my ecu 2 a distresses
me so muon that i am compelled to yield the floor,
with tbe earnest appeal, that our mountain bound
valley of East Tennessee may not be crippled in her
growing enterprise and energy, to develop the vast
resources of our towering mountains and beautifuli
Mr. TREWIIITT thought that gentlemen coufd
vote for this measure without compromising the
principles laid down in tbe Dtmocratis party in tbe!
least, if this is a corporation for the public gacd
it ought to be chartered without attaching any of
tneae restrictions to it. ine question is: If it is
for the public good ought, we to charter it t H
deured to convince every gentlemanontbinfloortba
it was for the public good and that a charier un tram
meled should bs granted to the oompny now de
siring iL He regretted an indisposition which
prevented bim from meeting the arguments of gen
tleman as he o'herwise would at length.
Jir. liU ILJiU thought no mtvn looketl for-individ-
utl liability from the stockholders of any incorpo
rated company. He lives in a county that has
fourteen iron works ;. and for want. of capital, in
the history of all iron works he is acquainted with,
mere was thirty per cent of failures Bat if y u
put the proposed restrictions in corporation charters,
no man with capital can be found who would touch
them. It would be a dead letter on the statute
book. He regarded corporations as a publio bene
fit, for where they put money in one stockholder
pocket, they benefitted thegreat interest of the State
Mr. FORD obtained tha floor, but gave way fori
On motion, the House adjourned till to-morrow
morning a o clocs.
j The Machines
FOB THE ITHLLION.
1st. Because they ar perfectly almole la 'heir construction.
Sd. They are less liable to cet out of order than any other Ma-i
chins In the Market. I
3d. They may be operated by a child perfectly, sad do their
4th. They sew a Urftt and beautiful seam.
fits. They are as good as the bsat, and cheaper .than tha cheap-i
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1 TUB CHASIPipjf SEWER. (8
810 THE EXTRA SPEED. CIO
612 TUB EAOLE MACIII-TIS. 12
Our Superior Patent Treadle Machine,
KATY DID, 814-
Which for speed and ability to do family sewicr.tisno suDerior.5.
anawitnin tne means or everyramiiy.lsusdeustedlTonssf.uis
most useful Sewer ever cSered for sale. I
The KATT DID, withTreadls, all la compleis and
?14 perfect order, for 814.
All that ws ask, Is a fair and impartial examination ef our
Tb yaentostinen-plet4 order, all ready forest. Those
who order machines out of ths city, and an the receotloo of same
ar displeased, we will, on th return' of the machine, In order.
rsmnu tne money.
This applies to persons living out or the city out.
The most inexperienced can soon lean to razulatsaal works.
20 THE GEXT. $20j
Ws will b prepared Is a fsw days to furnish ths ehtspsst
DOUBLE THREAD BIACHIXE
ia t.e world.
This Machine I a entirely sew, and produces ths celebrated
DOUBLE LOOP STITCH.
Ths Gem Slaehine finishes Its work when It stops, and
requlreino fastening of threads at the end ot the seam, as some
of the mnre expensive machines d and such Is the strength of
tie stitch, that If the seam is out s ery half Inch It will sot rip.
QThey hem, fall and stitch, is a superior manner.
Traveling: and -Local Agents
Wanted for erery eamty Is ths Stats.
Connty Rights gives to those whs buy to sell again. Liberal 1
Printed instructions furnished with each machine.
Orders by Mail or Express promptly filled.
CASH on delivery by Express. Invariably.
JEaglt Sewing Muhln Depot,
No. 38 Union Street,
sepS-ly M. M. HENKLE, Ja., Agent..
MODELER OF FASHIONS,
AB DIILXX HI
Hats, Caps and Ladies' Furs,
NO. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE,
FUBS11FUBSH FURS!!!' FURS 1!! I
Tbe Season for Furs Is approaching I
Ts now crena ed to exhibit ta ths Ladies of Nashville snd vldaj
t. a b.aauf ul selection ef F0RS, consisting: of Mink, Stone Mar!
ten, Mountain Maarten, Lynx, Ro)l Ermln. Budsos BtyBa"
ible, and all otaer run ior genuexen a .a enuaren, ail selects-i
land mad up nits most rasatosasi manner'
A. J. FRANCISCO,
I IIattr and Furrier.
I oetS No. S3 Public Square, Nashville.;
lour Autumn Style of Moleskin Ila.s!
New StTle of French Hats, iutt Imnorted: Chll.
idren's Hats and Cap.,nfnr style Ladies U.I,
dins' lia ts, an ready tor isspecuos at ths Fashionable Hati
and Fur store of FBANOI8CO,
Oct Pabllc Bqaar..
CHARLES il. HALL,
WHOLESALE AAD XXTAIL SULZIl IX
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET HAGS, &c,
H0.lt SOVTH MOB PUBLIC 8QVABS,
ITS now In r-r-npt sf bis Stock for Fall and tYInterl
I Ind. consistia. sf Ladies. Misses and Children's Boo tees,!
1-hoesaadGaiters.thia and tVleksoIsd. with and without heals.)
Gents fins Calf Boots and Shoes aad Gaiters, sisglsaaddcusi
GestaEnsCalfBcatcB Boots and Shoes;
ia do Kip Brogass, lined and unllasd;
do de Heavy Calf aai Kip Roots;
do ds .do do Grain, nttr-nnvvf Real.
A lans asaortawnt of ilnn ftn-n. nd Uinta for PIastltln !
use, both Iloms mads and Enters Work, Men s Plough Shoes,
Womea'j Heavy Patch Boots, fcc
A cemplet assortmsst ef Boys and Trathe"t3iira-d Hp'
Rn.ti.MboM. nd Ilnniii' t1mm. MIium .nd Children's Kid and
Ooat Bootees, Gaiters a 4. Shanghai Bo j toes, with and without!
UlrseiaodCUldreas Met. lie Tlppe Boots- ssw aiusis.
Alsou Tj1(,. Vmth Dress Tnmks. fine sole leather. Iron'
IVamed Trunks.yallses, Carre. JJaga, ladies' Leather SateUls,1?
Skc, all of whirhU offered at a sm.,11 adrane osBasUrsOost,
My friends and ths public (seraHy ar respectfully is 'raAU:
xamlasthslr stack, fwling confident that thy will bsplssaiwd
irwtbtp respect to quauty and price..
sep to . .. .,.,.
pianos i jarusici
I WTTSTwclved br th sahaerl-er 15 sf those
,G celebrated Piano of SUIsway b. Eoos asd ;
1st 7..llVutirL ThnM la want of this to-
sir. a nt. -- co .ox L- t. -.riiir of gtt,
dispes-abis narisr orsaaesi. wssia us.scu-,cait wuano;
Wxitrt. s-ldu lor as th. loweet. and warrants yean." s
Also, fsr sals th largstt stscx at Bhatt.nsie ana xmaii. ssu-
3DKCISUOX OF THE MJPKET1E CO CRT. 2
loptaions of tbe (apreme Csiurt ot tbe.
State ot Tenaeasee, at EnoxvlUe, Sep.
teBaoer Terta, 1859.
F-ejitoa et aL ts Wsareti all
This is an action of eiecrment intvhich tha nlain-
tiffs below insist thev hare shffwn a title in them-
fselvcs to tho lana In dispute in two modes : First, by;
a regular chain of eonreYants from'tip State, and!
n&iDj pacing me uerendsntj in such an attitude,!
5U1 relation to this land, towards thcmselvM,Mtlitj
itney are csioppta, to aeny tneir title. .
I The facts upon the Question of eatonnel aro thea :
Adam Dunnoodr, at a very early day. resided unon I
the land for several years, and died, leaving four
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tuuiurea wwu, 11 iiunui, i suues, juargaret and Esther.
Previous to his death ha made a will, dated the 11th
of June 1794, In which he devtod thli land to' his son;
William. WUuam died tntt5tare,unmarried and without!
i issue, and the land descended to his sistsrs Margaret j
and Esther, and to Ma, brother Janres,ahis heirs at
Slaw, iather married John Uenham, and .Margaret!
on the 19th of December, 1810, married Hugh Wear.!
IOn the 12th dat of October. 1816,' the said xSenham,?
Uusrh Wear and James Dunnoody.ror the considera.-J
tion of $1,140 00. conveyed this land, by deed in feaSa.m shrmlrl
sunple,withQovenantsofgeneralwarranty,toJoshuabe agreed upon; it shall be- irdeff arid published'
ERnvfltnn. who stKmit 'tYiir timp pntrl into nottfK-Vic tha Hymnal tAa.'r nnriiffinri- in-fiwf finU
aion ot tne una ; ciaiminz it as ms own, ana
nnuea st to noia and claim it ran nis ueatn ; ana tne
defendants kelo w, the tenants in possession, who are
his heirs at law, have so held and claimed ever since.
This deed was duly proved at the July Session, 1S17,
of the County Court of Greene county, and registered
in that County, n the 13th vf October of thofeamo,
year. In it, the saidBenham, Hush Wear and James
Uunnoody are described aa the neirs of William
Dunnoody deceased, and legatees to Adam Dunnoody
deceased. Jlargaret, the wife of Hugh Wearnd
Esther the wife of Beuham, did not unita in said
, I 1 . ... .. r . m,. 1 , r I
jceu, anu were not parues 10 iu me saia jiurtra-
:ret died the 29th of March, 1825, and tbe said Hugh
Wear in September. 1856. The plaintihs arc the
children of Hugh and Margaret Wear, and com
menced this action of ejectment, on the 3d of March,
l858,for therecorerv of the one undivdied third part
or the said tract of land, a? the heirs at law or their
mother, the said Margaret,
00 tar as it may be material to this controversy,
we are warranted in assuming, not only from the
facts, but because the jury have so found under pro-:
per instructions irom the court, tnatnugn ana oiar-
arct Wear had issuo of their marriage prior to the
execution or the deed to Joshua ttoyston. 1
It is true there may be no very direct evidence
mat Joshua ttoyston held under this deed, nut still
the proof that he did so is very strong, and we are
ati tted be did. It is not attempted to show, or pre
tendod that he held under any other title. In addi
tion to the fact that he took possession of this land
about the date of the deed, he is proved to have
itated that he had bought and lived on the land that
Adam imnnoody died on. The jury under proper
instructions irom the court, have also found this
matter in faror of the plaintiffs, and we think: were
well warranted in so doing, indeed, any other con
usion would be unreasonable.
Upon these facO, we think the defendants below
were estopped to deny seizure of William Dunnoodr,1
he being tbe common source ot title to ail the par-
holding. How would the cas be. between John
Benham, Hugh Wear and James Dunnoody, upon
tho one side, and Esther and Margaret the wires of i
the said John and Hus-h unon the other? Could theSkt.nnVm-'.-mnanv-tn mt1ci anv loana. or iMerin
former controvert the title of the latter! Certainly S
Bnot The said Margaret, Esther and James hid
Jtered into this estate claiming under lVTlliam Dun
Enoody as his heirs, and were tenants In common
land the said John and Hugh hold interests aa
Sbands in right of their wives. Joshua Eoyston anda5a(Tiurs- as in all cases of insolvency or ,viaUtos .
1 1. n . nw. ,m . . .,., ,An ,h n InltTt Knn.H., . T . 1 IM .. m .a.anl'n. t o -. f , .
tnuHutrh Wear and James Dunnoody. The. said
HJoshua is a purdiser of their title and privy in
tate only, and he and his heirs are estopped also by
reason of the estoppel of the said John and Hugh
ind James, under whom they claim; and the plain
tiffs, H3 the heirs of said Margaret, are entitled to
the benefit of this estoppel. Terry vs. Colhoun, 8
Hump. GUI; Rochell vs. Benson, Hunt & Co.' lessee,
iicigs' Hep. 37; 2 CTreeue Ex. sec 30o. Smith vs.
Burtis fc Woodward, 9 Johns. 17o. Jackson ex dt:n.
Ilill vs. Strectcr. 5 Uowen. 530.
This beinz so, it is unnecessary to inquire whether 2
the plaiutifis have made out, also, a regular paper m
tuiie, or to tro inui in. .uiiaiucrauuu ui uic tanuiu
'objections made to the reading of the grants and
'deeds in deraigning title to Adam Dunnoody, being
satisfied as we are, that the copy ot the detn ironi
fohn Benham. liui'li Wear and James Dunnoody to,
! Joshua Itoyston, was properly admitted ; and being
further satisfied, tltat tbe case was submitted to the
ljury, by the Circuit Judge, upon the force of said
deed, and of the estoppel, ana was so consiacrea oj
them ; and that the reading ot the grants and other
iceds could no; pos&iuiy nave prejuoicea uiu uc
fendanU. We may remark, however, that in our examlnS-
ion of tho case, we see very little reason to call in'
question tho admisaiUuity oraoiyor said papers, un
leia it be the copy of a sinjilo deed.
It is equally plain, that tne ptammid were not
ireciuded from a recovery oituer oy tne swtute oi
limitations, or lapse of time ; and that the circuit
Judge did not err in his instructions to the jury
upon this subject.
As decisive of this Question, we need only refer,
to the cases of JlcUorry -vs. Meigs' heirs, j num.,
267 : and Miller vs. Miller. Meiirs R 484 : nee also.
juuion vs. Anderson, 8 num., ..,ana it nowaru u.
The declaration wa demurred to, and the demur-
rcr overruled by the Circuit Court. It is insisted, that,
in this there was error, for which the judgment
should be reversed.
j The grouni of the demurrer was, that tho plain-j
tif- claimed an undivided share, or interest in this
land, but in the declaration, failed to state the ex
tent of that interest, whether a third, or fourth, or
any other particular share. It is true, tho act
of 1852, ch. 152, sec 4. requires this to be done.
But by the aamo act, the jury in their verdict, are
required to specify such share or interest and to
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well done in the verdict in this case, and the objec-jSnUn
,tion has now become one of mere form. By tho 4thfflari(j residence of every stockholder, and his amount
(and 5th sections of the same act, all writs of error
for matters of form are abolished ; and any defects
or imperfections in matters of form, found in the re-
icord, after j'udgment rendered, may ho rectified and
tamenaea oy tne iiuurc ia vrmca tne juugmgii. is
'rendered, or thi Court to which it shall be removed
by writ of error, or appeal, if substantial justice
Ln..t. t. . ..J if I. . -.,.3m.. i, li. t i .mn nnn
of the judement.
ilii3 cures the tutucuity ana the oDjecxion laus to
Upon the whole, we see no error in tins record.
and affirm the judgment. n eight,
A true copy. Test, U. w. i-bison, Ulerk.
7b Establish a General Banking Lata in the Slate of
Section 1. Be il enacted 6& the General Assembly of 't
.estate of Itnnesscc, 'lhatsirom ana alter tnepavi
6-jage of this act, that any organized company con-j
tsistins of not less than ten in number, who may or-i
"janize themselves according to the provisions of this!
act. for the express purpose ot DanKmgv may estaa-i
li.h Banks of issue, dijeuunt, deposit and circulation.!
iccordinir to its provisions and conditions, and shall;
jhave all the privileges and immunities hereby grant-j
sed, and be subject to ail tne limitations ana restric-;
Jtions, liabilities ana penalties nerein coniaineu.
gucnos 2. Be it further enactetl, lhat any cpmpanyl
s aforesaid, consistine or not less tnan ten sioct-
iholders. and with it capital of not less than two hun-i
Idred thousand dollars, wishing to organize for thei
JmirDoseof banking, and shall be the owners of real!
lestate to the amount of stock subscribed and paid.
Sin; anl should any person or persons, belonging toS
Isaid company, however, not ne tne owner or posses-;
Isor of real estate, then sucn person or persons snau:
be required to give bond, with two good securities-!
I who shall be the owners oi real estate to me araounrj
of stock subscribed, which bond or bonds shall be,
annroved bv the Secretary of State, and deposited!
jinhia office. And it shall further he required ofi
!said securities who own real estate, to make catn
before some Justice of the Peace, or other qualified!
officer, that they own and possess real estate equal?
Ito the amount sf stock subscribed, independent off
Sany existing liability Whatever. fa
B Skctio.v 3. Be it further enacted. That whenever any!
Esuch company or companies, shall organize them-J
selves by written articles of agreement, setting forth i
Sunder the signatures or tne stocxnoiaers, tne names
by which such banking-company is to be designated
ths tbuntv. town or city where their business Is to!
D .... . . .... i
gb. transacted ; tne amount ot capital stocK ; tnej
-number 'of shares mttf which it is divided f the!
jnames arid places of residence of each stockholder ;
Sthe number sf shares owned by eachofihem ro-
anectively : and the length of time contemplated fori
Sthe continuance of the organization, and shall ac-!
Scompany with it a -petition for banking'priTileges
iunder Uia act, te tne secretary ot state, with gnm-
Icient testimonials oi the solvency and other quahn-
! cations of said company, the Secretary sf State
shall jrsportthe same to the Governor of Tennesneejl
Iwhereupon tha uovernor shall then, hy the pPQVis-
tions of this act, authorize and declare such company!
fto be an incorporate body fop tho purpose of bank-j
ing. 4c. They shall be authorized and empowered j
Itirst.. to hare a corporate name which they snauj
have selected before application for hanking, and:
shall enj'oy the right of succession, for a time which j
shall be cxnrested in their, urtinlea of association,!
Sin no case to exceed twenty years; and by that
name u.ey may sue and be sopd, pieaa sou
E pleaded, answer and prosacute in all conns ui
tiee.c. . ... . .
Second. To use a certiorate seal wnicn snaii oej
Bminntelr dpcnrihol ?n fV,.!-. .T-icles of association.!
I Third. To elect a President and uasnier, ana sun (
other nfflrm mLirrn. ..j riirectors neces&aryto,
Econductthe business of banking, with the privilege j
lof fixing the rate of compensation and sa.aries for!
fall persons in their employ. Tha managers, officers ;
Sand directors, however, shall be actual atizeng and
greairlenta nf tfi,. Sr.,. 1
Fourth. To discount bills, notes, and other eviden-;
?ceaof debt: to receive aepoai-. w ouj um seuj
?tmlil nnri siiv TT-uirm. foreign coins and hills of ex-1
J charge; to lend money on rem. aim personal zecun-i
"ty, and to exercise all incidental powers necessary
;.tn rnnrlnr'tthB business oi uiiia-ilir.
i Filth. They may cause to be printed and engraved
?on good paper, and in the best manner, to as to
Ward acainst counterfeitinff, notes for circulation.
.notes of the differtnt denominationi nathorited by
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,tne proviaiui-s u una act, wmca, wnen rignea uj
ithe President and Cashier of the' Bdnk, registered
land conntersignea by the Treasurer of the, sute
rghall then become oblicatorr tiroint-sory notes.
i-nra siecea, count-TWimea ana regmero, ur
I be loaned and circulated aa money, according to the
"ordinary course of banking beretO-Ore, Dytne
aad usage of Tennessee payable invsxiably at tij
t fe.rr..td ho-rt i.anivi. ", I
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I Sixth. Under their cQrpcr.rAnwtney f;i-i at.
such propertyr rail and perjoriaJV-aa may benec&H
sary to prompts tha objects of the organization in
ifacilitatirig their-legitimate banking operfiora. Bnt
f only euch real estate as heroin mtntioncd, ahall the;
i lawfully purchase, hold or. convey: 1st. Theyrni
noia as a corporate 00a jt a ptaca witn smtaoie puiia
icg3 fortte transaction of trusinws. 2d. Thcyrray
purchase such real eatata which, may: haTa.bOen
Imortgaged to them aa security for leans, arid such,
,as they may purchase at sales under judgment or
'mortgage held by themselves ; Dut'trfflyiairot
iholcLreai- estataBuhribr the pupoa of -conducting
itieir business for alonger period than Are years.
1 Seventh; They shall hare tjo vrerto make anr such
jby-laws as may be-nectrssarjrfot the prarjeriaaaigw-
tenioi tne Dostnesa or tne CTrporat);a,ianaj rear
fprotisictniof tHs actjvor.-any. pf he awa oijTen-
Eighth. Thy may also provide for an inareasff o?
'capital, the Duraber ofl stockholders, nd for anyt
'modification, addition -or alteration in the articles Jt
organization. Every mcreasts or capital, number or,
stockholder3, modification, altsrattona or additions?
bowe ver, sllkll be submitted tox generalmeetiajfof
,the stockholder,- held after uurtyraavs, Tiooceanti
shall be approved by twe-thirdiof the stockhoMers i;
d such addition, alteration or mcxiiacatforf
con-wiowmz section :
Sccmos 4. Be ii further mtrieil. That the) article oT
association shall be registered arM recorded In tne of
flee oFtheBegisfer of the county Srf which!saoh aJl
ciatlon m.ty be located, audit certified ,'cepy orthcj
same shall be deposited in the office of the Secretary
f. . , i i , i vi' L. , V ; .
OX ctaic, axiu suou int puuusueu uncv & week ntr am"
successiv weeks, in tie offlciatnowsnaper or jVur
nal of the State. :."ia
Sscnox 5. Beit furtier eascfal. That all bankks?.
companies under this; act ahaU. when they poxitlar
Ifor banking privileges, have" "alT the stock para uk
ld and ailror : nor shall tho Goreraer Issue'
aany fiuthority to said company to proceed with,
tSt.L.1. . -, . :M. -k.tl Ka .-,afli-.t .h,,lf.
actual stock ia paid in.
Skctiox 6. J5e Ufvrther enacted, That no stock paid"
ift shall ever be withdrawn by tha hotder of said1
stock or his transferee, administrators.- heirs or exi
ecutors, during the continuance ot said, company, in,
business . -
SectiomT. Belt further traded: That the steel, of
said company may be increased by the prorisJorjs
of this act, but shall niver b& diminkhed or'-de-
creased, under any circumstances, whilst ia a.busi-.
ness or organic capacity. , .
Sectiox8. Be it further enacted. That no loans" or
any such banking- company shall ever be mad-1 to
any of its stockholdersv on a pledge of his. or their''
own-stock in Mid-Bank-, .,-
j Sectiox 9. Be il further twxctfi., That no 3aakoj.
ganized and establisbed rinder'thef proyisfbnsrjf'th
act. shall issuevmore- than two dollars of paper' for
'one of actual capital paid in ; and shall bexuiredt
to keep always on hand at least one-third of gold and
!silver, to ffieainouhtof actual indebteandsa .andfBr
the remaining two-thirds, an equivalent to specie, in
specie funds, bills of exchange, or dlswujhied natifS
maturing from thirty, sixty, ninety, or'one nupdred.
and twenty days. '
t Sectiox 10, SeifuTtfter-eriaded, That shouW any
Bank or bankihg company fall below inthefpro
rmrtiona of snecie. specie funds, br- shore -'parar4
heldbrsinehcomrjany. tQiU liab'tlitie-. sreutled in
Section 9, and shall remain, so ior tne space pttvyt
tt rlftva it
stall not be lawiui tor sucn
- .r, - - -,-0 rr-oivo nnv r1niM until is 6r 'tvlfr
en-Xnosition is reinstated, acconllhs to the provislbijcof"
- flfcection 9. All violations- of this prorrsron shall TA?'
la-held an act of Insolvency, and hr.y ahali t
h--PnruCeeded azainat for lintudation of its oc .thuir
Svinl - tinn. ikll be held intlividualrv reaiKmsll
es-PaU the debts and liabilities of said Bank or bad
company. . ,
Section 11. Be it further enacted. That the notes of
'circulation Usued by all'bd-ltrrrgcoBparitesJsh-Jl he
of no other denomination titan tens, twBtie-,niue-,w
and one hundred-. ' !m
Sectiox 12. Be it farther enacted, That tha pwmJ
erty of each utockholder shall be ha Me fe-xttlnn
'debts of the Bank; as in other bosuess trttasaawt
tions. tironortioned. however, to the artrounVW stoejQi
'taken by each stockholder ; and should auyto-Li
holder transfer his stock, he ahall not, be c-cempUi
from such liability for the" term of twelve met-h.fe
after uivinz public, notice through, tha ofr--al,iarTr
or jqurnal of the State, of such, tratfer.
Section .13. Jse w furmer enaeteu, tsutt nrrg arg
whose capital exceeds the sum of six hu-dmithous-
and dollars, may establish branehee in other.
tions of the State: PrwitZtd. however, that , lUe?
branches of said Bank come under the ,
-trictiens. provisions, limitation., rules aq
nana ot tne motner xan.
Sectiox 11, Be a further enacted. That a
rrrrt now n-ri.tji. or miv hereaftersslv
lished under this law, shall noty durir ' a sue-
msmn, of specie payment, be permitted to M'l
or huy exchange, discount "notes or Mm.
'shall not, cither themselve-, or by and througri"'
their agents, officers, or othervrisev sell geld on"
silver coin at any rate of premium whatever, .anjl
shall not purchase or huy in their xwn notes .
anv rate of discount whatever.
Section 15. Be it further enacted. That no Banter1
banking company shall be permitted to d-scounSti
notes or bills at a. greater rate than six per cent,n
'per annum, nor to sell exchange at a higher rata
than one and one-halfk per cent, under any cireurrU
Section 16. Be it ittwicr enact erf. That the GorcKia
nor of tho State ahall appoint oace ia every .twu
'years, three supervisors, who shall have the powex
at anv time to enter and examine every Bank th th
State," and whose duty it IV shall be to make quays-
terly reports, through the otacial paper ot tfteilaV;lt
the true condition of said Banks.
Section" 17. Be il further enacted. That tha officers
of the Bank, the President and Cashier, shall rive i
'sworn monthly statement of the amount of its tta
ibiltties; amount of deposits; amount Of circulation;,
de-jC0f notes discounted; the amount of exchange on
K. . . , . i i m 1 1 !
nn-rv ir monthi. be rermired to trive the name
of stock; and should anychangs or transfer of stocky
be made, they shall be required. In their next month
ly report succeeding, to give the name, place and
residence of such transferee, and the ameuntofatock
I Section" IS. Be it further enacted, That a bonus oy
one-half of one per cent, shall be paid on the actpaC
capital of every Bank organized under this act, fojr
the purpose of creating a fund to be appropriatwi
to the payment of the supervisors of said Banka,
whose annual salary shall not be leas than two thoui
sand dollars, each; if said bonus should createa.
larger fund than required to pay ths Bank superrj
'sors, then the residue of said bonus fihaH go iato the
Common School Fund; should It not be adequate to
.the amount required, then the aencit snau be iapa
pu-t lruui uiu irca-ui - -mm, . ,S
surer, by this act, ia hereby authorised and empow
ered to pay out the same when-satisfied of such des"
Ificiency. m m
Section' 18. Jie tt vru.tr enaaea, i.hai any cang
which shall suspend for a longer period than hlr-
tydays, or shall refuse to pay any rtotehokler
full amount of the note or notes held agairtfUB
said Bank, or shall violate any of the provfaioaa
of this act. it shall he a forfeiture of charter; at-aiw
banking privilege herein granted, aad the supeijrT
aors. when they shall have been satisfied by a Qiei
lough investigation of such vieiatio-l, shaH pi-eeeettp
to attach the assets of the Bank for the b-Be-lt-qb
creditor., and to prosecute the Bank to a judgmeat
SucnoX 20. Be it further enoettd, Alt lianks orgs'rt"
iztd under the provisions of thaart,areherebrpr6-t
hibited from buying, selling, bartering or tadteg,in.
any of tho products of the country, or Product of.
any foreign State or country. For a viola-fort if tBML
section, tn uant; snau ioriei. arm pay a sum net.
lesa than three thousand dollars, and erery .D-rectatedl
assenting thereto, ahall be fined in a. sumofona
thousand dollars. . ,
Serrrox 21. Be it further enacted. That no smec-T
charter shall hereafter be granted ta any company1''
for banking privileges, or that tax present .exist-
ing Bank shall be re-chartered, except by the p&oa
visions of this act ; but any company conforming to
the provisions, regulations and restrictions in "fjfr ,
foregoing sections of ttiU act, shall have aad receivt
all the banking privileges and benefits intended itof
be conveyed hereby. -. u a
Sectio-V 22. Be it further enacted. That this lijr
good of the country and interest of the peepkt b3js
Ua w nsnar.r;.OriCE. fco-er. L. We.lr. M.T
1 1 V icaitln, at al-rata 4th-.rs.vs .tsamboat Sfanche Uwl-
UUltsrem-By tirtoe ofwroto- irml Usaed f rom thalQ
Plstrlct Court Is asd for the District of MiddU TeoarsseaJa lha
sboveeaae,dlrectiBg---'.arr.iwissa a -ieisms.t BRsttw
i Lewis, her nuehine ry, beau, tKkU, apparel and tar-ntur-f.niUM
'under aa order of ths Hon West II. Humphreys, Jndje of salt
(eosrt, I, Jr B Cl-rssnts, K-rshal of tie saM foirfiS
hsreb make publicatios of the wa rant and arrest of said .trim e
boat-hsr macninery, ooaw, i-ai..ppari ana rartture,as4
tilt all persons In general who have, or preVnd to have, asr
ri-hf. till, or lntereii therela. to asDesr -cfer. ti-, a -j-.
of said District Court at ths court-room of said oourt. La tha C'ap--.
itol.at Nashville, on th lSthdar of MovemVr, 1859. if It TSe a."0
(ourlday, use onv-tcourt uaysexi tollowlag at Id s'dock ta,
th forssoos, 'hers toaai.er unto tha ta.d libellants la ew .
of eontractvefll and marabms, for matsria's fantshd. wtIm''
I . ..Afm,h,.,.J...I I . .., . . .
sem'es shall appru!a. This 27th Oct 185 il.
puutty,, . .mi.i iw u mm . w.v iu . , , ; . .nmr. s.tir.
.r'.. .hll .fiWF.'n Ttil.'mKrvt ISMU ' '"SB
: JH B CLS-tETTS--
oe-33-dtd lr-rthvmia fstrtfT r.tem
HOUSE ANO LOT FOR SALT2.
B. H. Will-, et. ai. v Xllsabeth O ChHdr.
"I N punt-knee of a deem o ths County C mrt tt Psriisw
I s c-Huiy.ies-ereu as iu. -looer -nn, f-i-.ln the shore
. ., .u ... . - ,j -laauviifv. m. (-..
fronts 4? . fee loo t-o Ess, sids of salt streur. ai ibs lacS
about !0l)fet to ths Trnsesse aat Alanaoia KaBroad . ThaW
Ihoass lsaoodbrlc.wlth six room arui Ufa (rood repair. ThisJ
property tsls tht free territory, and Is sxempt. from all taxsaipl
iimair, w I-- auw H I.W1V10S H1J1 1, KC IH u-l - I
icavdebtaof thaUt al fA.m.thntf-ij--r thshsh-s4 S
i yssj-s j. creni; ni ess ana t. a years wua istereK- mi
'. , n . . ....L yr . .r ..f-.,r
a ., . v. v - - - , . ,
sUea-lnr-ed and saraM. In bank will be rrqtmsj, atatahsat
will be retained to secure the payment of said no Us I Or forth-;-.
srpartlcaiarsealIooaascwo-awaru - --
H. R aiKocr.Anetiooe-. wt&i-d-i,
NOTICE TO CONTK ACT O US.
NashTille and rv ortn-i estern Bailroad.
a prmtio L-rrrisa of th ukadcatios
A .-TKlS-LISUof-boatStmles ef the Wes'rrn i
i..fu Itashvtlls and North Was tarn SaUnad. axtuv-lB
from nearuiwen to uununguoa.wui OS nek at Pre
nesaee. en-ti.iui.ii o.u i u aujs at xlci. srxii
rraflles. Plans. .nerlSasIisiu. J.!..wtil be raArtmdeatni
ths Isglsesr's OOeS Is Qlctisan, Xy. from Nottoi Wth tak.
December 3d, aad at Srsatsa trsa Pseemhsr ft-r to Dece-slF
bet 8 th. , jSm
i -tal-dProp-as-sfor Utework liy Stetlocsof about oae J1T
each mtt -srealisdunu; Decembst 3d, at B teX-Bta . KyTaiafJS5
., (h. -nrai.. y n-,. -,s .. n ... tv-- r-.
ro.tiy cash. Y. k sriTXX'O?. fT
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