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5 SATURDAY, ITOYEItlBER 10, 1858.
Noppenrillbcbsuedfrom this office to-raor-j
DEATH OF C. C. FOLNDEXTER
' The sad duty derolrcsupon us of announcing the
death of our associate and friend, G. G. Poind.
He vraa killed yesterday morning by Alles A. Hall,
the editor of the Daily Nuis.
Mr. Pocdexteu -was a natire of Virginia, and of a
- family, both oa his father's and mother's side, hb
mother was a Gilmer,) eminent for patriotism, tal
4 cnt, and courage. He was born on the 30th Norem
' V ber, 1829. He graduated at Dartmouth College, in!
New Hampshire, and at the Law School of the Cam
berland TJnirersity. at Lebanon. In 1856, he was the
Democratic Elector for tho Eghth District in this
State. The late Hon. A.V. Bbown, who knew him
well and appreciated his many manly virtues, ap
pointed him Chief Clerk of the Department oxer-
which he presided in 1856. This office ho held only
about one year, and resigned it, on the solicitations
of the publishers of this paper, to become one of its
editors and proprietors. The engagements of his
associates hare been such, daring most of the time
of Mr. Podojkxter'8 connection with the paper, as
to throw most of the editorial labor on him. We
may safely say, that no man in this country ever
earned, m the same time, a more enviable reputation
in this capacity than that which has been achieved
by our late deeply lamented colleague. Aa a man,
he was as nearly faultless as humanity can become :
for the manly courage, which, careful of the rights'
of others, is yet fearless in the defence of the char-
scter of its possew, will by no true man be imputed
as a fault. Courteous In all hU intercourse with oth-
era, he ezactsd the same courtesy to himself.
"We are in no frame of mind to write more at this
moment. We incorporate here the action of the!
House of Bepresentatires on learning the news o:
the sad event.
HOUSE OP KEPKESENIATIYE3.
Fmdat, November 18, 1859.
Mr. FAEEELLY presented a petition from bud-
dry citizens ol Memphis, and a resolution or the
City Council, in relation to the Grant White Oil
Company, which was without rending placed on tat
files with the bill on that subject.
BEFUTT COLLECTORS FOB HATBY COUSTT
On motion by Mr. Speaker WHITTHOBNE, (Mr.
.Lea in the chair; the rules were suspended and Hen
ator McNeilly's bill, S. 92 to allow the tax collec
tor ol Maury county lo appoint two deputies, was
read and passed the third and last reading.
ejchanqe orrica at ksoxvilh.
On motion by Mr. JONES, Senator Boyd's bill
fS. 971 to establish on office of deposit, discoun
and exchange at Enoxrille, was taken from the files,
read the first time and referred to the Committee on
BEAM or a. a. roixsEXTEB, esq.
Mr. WISENER. Mr. Speaker: After consulting
With members of this House, touching the sad newt
that has just reached us, of the untimely death
Of G. G. POIXDEXTKR, Esq., it is thought prndem
to adjourn. We are sot in condition of mind to
transact business our thoughts are otherwise en
caged. We are thinking about the sad event the
has taken one from among us, full of life and
health, and cannot then concentrate our minds upon!
the important business before us.
I therefore, as well upon this consideration, as
for the respect of the parties, move, that this
House adjourn until two o'clock to-morrow.
Mr. WILLIAMS of Hickman, suggested an ad
journment till Monday morning 10 o'clock.
This Utter motion was agreed to.
The House adjourned till 10 o'clock Honda;
dollars of it to transmit bymail to tho braksn!
Another effect of itwouldbe to. enable foreign J
banks to substitute their osculation for our cojnl
and exchange as they "would receive this from us fori
uic currency wmcn uiey grvf. so me drain "Pon
jour substance would be perpetual' and ultimately J
ruinous. Foreign .banknoteswould-flow-into the
State while the current of coin and exchange would!
It would, therefore, be well for the House of Eep-3
besentatives to amend Mr. Patne's bill and thel
writer of Ihislias reasdnlbTjeTIere'tEIKlSflrmeetl
the approbation of the author of the bill), as to pro!
f. . . . i . ....... : t' i !
noe tnat Dreecrs and ouiers aomg a oamung uusi-
'npss mmi reretif trin untM of fordism banks OndtDOsitA
but jirohUU them, under a luxtvy penalty, from paying
them out. Such a. provision as this would effectually!
apprcss the circulation of the notea of foreign;
banks in Tennessee. Or, if foreign' banks, by means
f an agency in Teriuesie'e" or otherwise, should ob-j
tain circulation for their issues ia Tennessee, the
brokers and banks here will be. required to return
such of their no tcs as may come to their hands home)
for coin or exchange, and thereby the currents
would be reversed. The banknote, payable atpomtsj
out of the eta to and too remote for-thc note-holder!
to make demand of payment in person, will be
-Th Committee on th Judiciary 7ommended a!
kill lion S
The recommendation was nea-oaneurred in, and
Senate bill No. 2, was pf sed, and No. 47, was (by?
leave) withdrawn by Mtt.tlorn.
rlo. til To incorporate the southwestern Es-
ipress Company of Tennessee. Pasted nrjd referred j
to the Committee on Private Incorporations.
No. 112 Ta amend the charter of the TTnivprnUT&l
Jf ;tLeSouth.JPassed. 5-j" . ra-ftdimjon-io'the numerous Testimonials alreadvg
lished.rDr. . EALING .has the honor to refer to!
i o 13:
tke ommvAz, TAjuisjs ajv, ill
Natural Wcatbcr Indicator
SENATE BILLS 09 THIRD BEADIIIO. taioubl!
No. 110 To charter a turnpike from GranvilleBfh,, fnilowim? trentlamen in Nashville:
ivu oiui uici. viees. ia jbccsou county, l'aseea.
3 9Jn .1. .
the Erst decree..-'
Mr. PETERS asked and obtained leave to with-
Iraw'the bill for further amendment.
No. 74 To rerrulale the salaries of Slain Treas
tiirer and Secretary of State It jturot d by Mr, Sto
i rail with an amendment, which, wes not resd.1
Ua motion of Mr. oTOVALL, the coostderaiion of
'.his bill was made the special order for Tuesday
aornizfg, the 22d insf., at ten o'clock.
JIOTIOS TO REBONSIDIK.
I msrrisEe.of.cousiu3,ofBw HAXI,.-3Gsq.T'Mri.
Gen. J. T. JDNLAP, State Coaap-J
Cploitcl 3 OS. A. S. AOKLEN.
Colonel V. K. STEVENSON,
President of the Nashville and Cliailancoga IL JJ.j
ftpn, JAS. 1. THOMPSON, M D.
Mr. HIIiDBETII, at the request of the author.!
he Ubla 8enatebill No. 103, to amend the act togKev J IIABWiiLIj.
tuthorite and reeuHtt the hus'ness of banking. Hn' t rr'VflII) Esa
Oa motion or Jlr. blUKtis, the Benito sdiournedra
toMonday afternoon at two o'clock. HjTOtIffIV ItAMAGE. Esa.
driven out of tho State and coin and exchange be
Bmado to flow into the State in lieu of them.
State Coxvestiossw The Democratic 'State Cen-j
Itral Committee of Illinois have fixed the 4th of Jan-
flaaryaext for the meeting of the State Convention to
Ijelect Delegates to Charleston. The, State Central
Oommittee of Missouri meet on the 12th of Decern I
Iber, to flx4a time for the assembling of the Demo
cratic Convention of that State.
Oca Mexican. Eeiatioss. A disoatcli to the!
iCharhston Owrier says : The President, in his forth
coming message, will take strong ground in relation!
Sto the present aspect of Mexican afiairs. Atpre-
fsent thero is a greater prospect of war than the i
negotiation of a treaty with that country.
APPI.ES ! APFL.ES !
fTCST recetred a ipttn'iJ lot cf Itomnn Hcimtu",
h io to itrrlTO In a few difiafew barrel lie How litll-
jtlnwera. latge and fine, and anathtr lot cf prime TIMO
mirnAy.fortalaby A JKNKISS,
noTia no. if iirkei siren.
sSATHTXIlAY HVKNIJVfi. TVOVENKEIt intli.HI
ToslUnlr tli lait r.Iiht of lln. Fairen and Hi si Fanny lUv!
irarrsn. Ate treat piT or
Waeta Mary, Mrs. Farrea. To be followed by tho
DEVILISH GOOD JOKE
3ip Seneca, Miss Fanny Fitt Varrn. To conclude "with
AN OBJECT OF WTEHEST
Fanny OriUiles. Mln Fancy Fiti Patrtn. iot!9
Fur for the Ladies,
THOMAS GALE, Esq., Itt. D.
JAMES IIANKIIEAD, Esq.
M. M. MOSOHOS, Esq.
OF THE MOST PAINrCIj
SECOND ARRIVAL AT
TV ATE It FIELD Si WALKEU'S.
f WINO to the good demand for 1-adick' Dresl Furs at WA7-v3
TVITIIOUT CUTTING OR PAIN,
iSTWEENHaibrillfHemphtiacdKnorrille, and SUUsail
on the Sast Temraee and Georgia Railroad. I
ittt in cents Der 100 lbs. between Nasbrilla ml Knoxrllle.1
.ana suiuans on l Tennessee and Uecrftta Ballroad.
J'irsc Olais sixty cenu per one anndredponnds;
Second da do do do do;
Third do Forty.ievea cents per one hnndred ponndi;
Tourih do Th!rtr-a da do da "da.
Kites In cent rer one bandred Pounds, between MemDhlsandl
anoxnue. aoa.&tauonson iog xenDesse and Gaaroia Sail
First Class, nlnety-flve cents per one bandred pound's;
Fecond Class, ninety flte ctnts per one hundred tuinnrfi-
.Third Class, Tenty;ttre cents per one hnndred posnds; -I
Fcurti.CIas3, fifty tix cjots per ona hund4 ooaads.
Will be carried from lbs celebrated Plaster Pat,V- in Tlrrlnla
to ChUaiiOc5and Dlton,acd SUtloasoh the Kast Tte'nnease
mi ueoria uauroaa, at six aouars per ton of 3.UU0 pounds.
To Nash ill and all Stations on the Naihrille In rrK.tt.nnnr
Railroad . at nice dollars per tec of 2,000 nonnds.
Atso.toTuscumDla and Statbas Ifast of Tuscumbla, an thiS
iooswcsot Austuiuw, kwcive aoiiaxs rex ton.
3 Pplrlts of tnrpenUiicampblae, barning fluids and TtrnlshJ
UunDOwder and friction matches, and other comhmtiSI art! I
cleswlllbe charged at local rates of each Boad.and onlr all
Agricultural Implements, bnrnine Bnlds.owner' rlct of leak
Isgc;buEeU, twice erst class rates; batting, blinds, bonnets,1
J'xwia: boots and shoes, bread, buSalo robes: bnuhn and broomi.l
8 broom corn presscd;campnineh at owner's risk, of leakage; car-j
ijoys acids, and ether chemicals, double first class rates; cabinet
.rare, kcocnea oown, ana wen ooxeu, uric class rates; cards, car-,
3lting, corks, confectionery, chairs, boxed, twice first class rabs;
J igars, Mxed ana sinippea; cassia in mats, caps; corers aid
ffxIcvestCloclcsaLd weights; copper and brass Tesstls; demijohns,
io'ner's risk, twice first class rati, drugs In balesand boxes; dry
JO'diln Ivxes, bales and trunks; lurnltare, set up and boxed,
3twice first class rates, furniture knocked down and well boxed,
ISrst class rates;farm "wagons, la nieces; f rather rs, fnrs, figs, in
jirucuiuiu, i re ii ; garuea seeus, glassware, windew glais; grapes.
i.u kcssiuau ana caps, niaes, iary loose; nonsenoid couds (not
.urnuure wen boxed; tulr, in sicks; ink, Indieo". India rubber
'oodl, leather (loose.) H.inor in class: lemons.saekM: InoVin?
ItUs;o, boxed, taice first class rat-s; machintry,boxed,nialrasea,
Jtwice firstclass rates; mouldings and picture frames, Alais and
S.-ug. medicines, muskets; marble, wrought, at owner's risk;
?maiures and tubs, moss In sacks: musical instruments, mineral
irater, iasliu: nuts in bags; oysters in legs and cans: oranges.
nfrf)":tiiOil in glass; paper Sangicgs, not boxedi preserTetin
2 f,'l" '- owner's risk: plckiesin glass, at owner's risk, rata leaf,
nSpe'tries: printine Dresses ciano fortes. at owner's risk, nortrrinri
l?lelngla-s; paintings anil pictures well boxed; rattan, rujlto
j it s , .
Wrought and Cast Jroa Steves.
roa WOOD oa coit,
CooklHg and Heating Steves,
VEBr X.01V PRICES
JVEKT LOW PKICES 4
VEUT LOW PKICES.
SUBE AND RELIABLE INDICATOR OF THE STATR Oi j
II E WEAT1IEE,
Indicating Unviiriulily from si to 48 bonrtl
- an isuviaucc B
TT OITIS ULLM AN, the Discarerer of this carious and beauUful!
iiristlea-tfoir. iiur. tM., f7..7.i ,J . tii. Sfl sLJ exotic, wnich Is a native or tne Arabian uesert, near rasa
ODR HEW PRINTING PRESS.
"We liad supposed that improvements in this
branch of mechanics had about ceaacd, and gave'
our order some months since for a power press
from a comparatively now competitor for fame, (Mr.
C. PoTTEC, Jr., Westerly, R. L,) with a good deal of
hesitation ; but as Mr. I. promised it equal to thosej
built by the most celebrated makers of this class ofi
machinery, we consented to gire him our order.
The article in question, a large (34 by 52) Down
Cylinder Press, we havo been using several weeks,!
and will now say that vre believe Mr. Potter (if he
makes all of his presses like this one,) makes in all
respects the best Cylinder Press in the countryJ
Among some of tho important advantages over any
thing we have ever seen of the kind, may be enu
merated the following?
1st Its beauty f design.
2nd. Its exceedingly simple, very effective, and'
convenient method of tho distribution of ink.!
Saving in the shapo of gearing about this part of
the Pross, and at the same time rendering the roller
1ms liable to tear than by the old method of screws
3d. 1he springs are patented, and are entirely new
in their adaptation to the Press. They aru com'
mnB lunntifiill. o!od!a ivnt.1' I ! 1 .. .. , I nwiitn-H .
tirely out of sight, and are in a moment adjust jd towas taken up and adopted.
Fkidat, November 18, 1859.
The Senate was called to oHer at nine o'clock 'ov
he Speaker, and was opened with prayer by thi
Rev. Mr. Ite.d.
EIP3IU FaOU COMMITTEE OX THE JUDICIARY.
Mr. MINN'IS, from the committee on the Judicia
ry, submitted he following report:
Tht Judiotary Committee have had nnder consid
er .tton senate bill IS j. Z entitled "A bill to amen
be Code," and aloo. Senate bill No 67, entitled "At
id ti repeat section 5 378 of the Cjde of Teunes
ee " Tbeae bills contemplate the eamo thing, tht
repeal of that part or the UoJe authorizing deleu
laats in crimintl esses to take depositions. Tht!
Jommiltee recommend a bill in lieu of both these
oills, entitled "A bill to amend section 6,378 oi
he Code." The bill in lieu proposes still to givt
defendants this right, but to guard against frauds,
tnd the Committee recommend the passage of the
Dill in lieu.
The Committee have also had nnder considera
tion House bill No. 35, "To establish the Seventh
Chancery Division of Tennessee." They reoom
mend the accompanying amendment, and with the!
unendmenta a majority recommend tne passage o
Tboy have also bad under consideration House!
bill No. 11. "To repeal sections 2,880. inclusive, to
2,891, article 1, chapter 9, part 8, of the Code."
a. majority or tne fJouim'.ttee recommend a bill id
lieu. "An act to amend sections 2,880, 2,887, 2,888
2,889,2,890, and 2.891 of the Code." and a majority
at the Committee recommend the passige of the bill
in lien, Air. Minnis dissenting from the opinion ol
the majority of the Committee, being in favor of the
By Mr. McCLELLAN: No. 114 Ta encourage a
proper organization of the citizen soldiery in this
ptate. rassea nrst readme, and referred to tht'
committee on Military Anatrs.
liyMr. STANTON : No. 115 To authorize At
torneys to celebrate the bonds of matrimony. Pass-
ta nrst reading
By Mr. STANTON: No. 116 To allow Notaries1
Publio to take depositions in any oounty in this
. T", r . - - i
ovaio. i asHBu ursi reaainr.
By Mr. ALLEN: No. 117 To chanire the time of
aoming tne Uircuit Uonrts in ilenrr and Hnm-
phreys counties in this State. Passed first reading
iij Mr. BRADFORD. No. 118 To Dlaee the sale
m liquors in incorporated towna. under the control
oi tne people. Passed first reading.
Mr. STANTON offered the following resolution
Whereas, it is contemplated bv the Dresent Leris
lature to chance the system of holdintr the Circuit
1 T lL!. C 1 . 1 . . J
iu uiia oisie, bo eh to nave oniv two terms o:
eacu tourtin tne same Tear, therefore.
use if resolved, That the Judiciary Committee are
L V. . - J . , . - ,
ucieujr rc4UBBieu to prepare ana oring lorward a
bill regulating the times for holdinc the different
courts of the several counties consistent with the
system above mentioned.
Oa motion of Mr. STANTON, the rule reanirinc
1...: .-i! . " . ? D
reBuiuuuus iu lie over one uay was suspended.
ae resolution was then taken up and rejected.
Mr. STOVALL offered the following resolution :
Jletolced by the Senate and ITouie of Rrvratnlatwex
That the Agent of the Penitentiary furnish to the
jtwo nouses or tne Ueneral Assembly, a written
statement of what will be the probable cost of in
closing all the prison grounds; also the cost of
erecting a suitable saleshou3e for the Bale of all
manufactured articles; lso the cost of erectine
such other shops as nay be necessary for the use of
the institution, and what portiou of the labor can
be performed by the convicts, and the amount that
rill be required to be paid out of the treasury for
On motion cf Mr. STOVALL. the rule requiring
resolutions to lie over one day was suspended, and
the resolution was taken up.
Mr. PETERS offered an amendment to the reso
lution, which was read as follows :
"And also, tbe cost of a hospital buildlne ade-
jquate to tne requirements of such building."
ine amendment was adopte'l, audtben,
The resolution as thus amended was adopted.
Mr. Mmnts' resolutior. "(offered yesterdavl in
structing me uommittee on tne Judiciary to take
into consr-erauon ma propriety or Having publisn-
new edition or certain reports out of print,
ERFIELD & WALKER'S, they Vaveteen InJuceJ to or-
ler a s econd supply they are goln golf rapiiy at very moderates
SP'Icei. novIS S
F YOU WASTTHE 1'INHST DIIESS HAT
wi axnriELD u walkbtts.
jt. of the seaaoo, call at
139 PUBLIC. SQUARE.
I'lIIOSE WHO WISH THE UKNTMNI'.
J. French So.'t Hat, should call at
PCTI9 WAT Kit rl ELD fc WAUtvKlfS
millT VMIQUB OKIGINAI. HAT, WOIl.V
J by the dashing, rollicklnir -nare, can le litd at
BOORS BELOW CEBAK ST.
imats;sale and scale bea-ns' notboxed; sleighs, boxed, twice Cat
.-lass rates; stoves, at owner's risk; sweet potatoes, sizing, store
.Ht,...DpMi,.hu(icuuae;sioTepia;esi owner snsx; sewingma"
Jchines; tronks, tinware, boxed; trees and shrubbery balled, at
Jjwner a rbk, one and a half first clan tales: twin: t.. hnT.i
Sambrellas; reneering, not boxed, varnish; wagons, children's
:uv. ..ui, k.tbc uii, cius rates; wagons ana noooy norees,
uuw a u-.il urn class raies: wax. wine, in umnrMb
Sitts; hi., whalebones, wheelbarroas; wooden ware, wa-on fel
gioea and bows; willow ware, nice first class rales; wool. I
3 . , SECOJfD CLASS.
Antinionr, erode: apples, dried, baltlne- newdm.hj
Sbbgs, bagging, bells, bottles: brimstone in boxes or kecs. binder's
3uuu9,uunap3, utrrr'cs, coiLon wasie; cnain couon, woolen ana
jLouisTille and A'ashville
BrjnWO throujhPassensrer Trains between NashvUIa andLonl
I a isrllle, malting close connections at Louisville for New;
BlOrE, Boston t-hiladelnhia. Baltimore. WashinitnD- CltT. Rnf-
Ifalo, Niagara jalls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, SU Loois, aadtlM.
First train leaves Nashville at 5 A M dallv. stcnnlnsr at GaUa-1
tin, Bowling Green. Glasgow Junction. BllsaUtlttown, and j
HI revniar ilations Cocth oZ Lebanon Jncetion. when al mailed :
byafljg.and arriving In Loolirilleat 2r20 P SI. Returning,:
Bleares Loulsvtlla at 6:30 A M, stopping as above, and arriving i
huj ,vuf me a;w r iu.
Second train leaves Nashville nt 2.-K P 31 dailv (Sandavs ez
RPttJ.) stopping as first train- and arriving n Loaisvill at
mgui. steiurniag. leaves LoaUville at S.l V 31, sioppicg .
S H , TC' a rn,1D' ln Jiasavuie at litio at night.
Gallatin Accomraodailfin Train Imym .ihvlll. ritlv fSnn.
IdayaexjeptedTat 4.W P M, stopping at regular stations when
RaUmalledbTaflsr. and arrtvtnzln Uallatis at BS3P1I. Re-1
Stnrniog leavet Oallalln at 0.20 A M. and arrives In Nashville at
ls;u a. ai.
. JAMES ?. QAIIBLE.Sap't.
A. J, Fixld, Gen'l. Ticket Ag't.
BAKERY XSD COVFECTIOSEKT.
A LSO, received a fine assortment of French Conftioneries.'
re x am sun manuiaciarin? mat A noiuaov.and I am
elluig it as cheap aa any other house la the. citr. Ihavamadaf
(recently additions to my Ilakrry, and I an sow able to turnUh a
a great many more or tnoso extra large leaves of Bread, with all S
3f anety or liates, ries, sc. UU A3. KUUKKT3UN,
nov.'-dtr No 17 Market a tree t.
tr I0H neck and long ileens, heavy and of best quality. 3
II Also an asvrtment oi cneaper styles.
JBucksUin Shirts anil Drawer.
A F0PPLT of best quality, and a lew of second ra'e. received :
ti. and for sale ny toctai J. li. jicuilu.
TUST received a fresh stock of Fancy Goods. Combs, Brushes,!
if Purses, Pocket Books. Port Jionnties, Leather Satchels,
fravelinc Cases. Shell Tu-klni Combs, finer Teat Buttons, Ba
ton, suaps, xoiiei juirrors, sassora Knives, &c. lor sales oy
oeta J. u. aicuiuiM
Weather Indicator, having discovered its wonderful qualities by:
'a rnlnnte examination in the native land of the plant. I
I Though a vegetable production, UieNitural Weather Indicator!
Is Indestructible, and will continue to perform its functions for!
all time, in any climate and at all seasons, taougn suDmergra id j
all the strongest adds knownto chemists. IncludingNitric.Nitro I
Muriatic, Sulphuric, lie, to boiling water and boiling oil, and ice
water, it remains Intact, anuc onunues its penormances ucia-t
calred. loslne none of its sensitiveness or capacity, and will not!
decay like other organic or artificial substances, used for tlmllari
i Tne "Katural Weather Indicator" can b procured for the low!
Jprice of 31.00, prognosticates the weather with equal certainty;
rand durability aa tne barometer, wmcn costs s'a to and u
,e-npen, candles, cocoa, chocolate; coffee ground. In boxes orj The Natural Wxathir Ihdicxtor was never known to thi
jWIio Jiiventcil the Sewins machine!
SrilTIIK (JltEATr.ST VAUIETV OF II.VTSJ
a B and Dips for Men, Bos and Children evar offered in the '?
Sdty tnd at moderate and uniform prices, can always 13 fo&nd at
IV Al'liltt 1IJLU U VALh.rlt o,
novl9 gSTaM'.-. Square.
,. FOlt S3IITIILA?iD AMI PA.OUCAII.
IIE Beguiar Packet ItllKNElTOXEwAs
Dassuls, Master will leave for the aliove
Zon slONDAV NEXT, the 21st Inst, at 13'o'clock M.aSuSuig
Fur freight or passage apply ou board or to
norlb . A. HAMILTON. Agent.
Twenty . Dollars
JITood. Edot t Co.'s Oreit Lottery, to he drawn in Augusta,
ua., aoremner lain, le-iv.
0 of 85,000
20 of S2,000
100 of SI,000, Vc, Ac.
BWhole Tickets, ?20; Halves, 810; Quarters. 85; KIghths, 82-50. '
Address, TTOOD. EDDY tc CO , Augusta, Ga.
WOOD, EDDT & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
WOOD, EDDY 4c CO., Wilmington, Del.
5 20 Prixes one Prize in Nine Tickets.
Keep this fict In view when you purchase, that a good
SEWING . MACHINEi
IS AK ARTICLE MtTCn TO BE DESIBED ;
3AN HVFEIIIQU OSE IS A PEST, AND IS TO
The utility and practicability of the original
Howe Sewing Machine,
barrels; caps'acs. nssia in bags or boxes: china ware in casks,1
.:urrants, dried; cutlery. Chair stun in rough: corner ulates.'
sheets, bolts, pigs, wire, nails or roads: copper bottoms; cheese
m ngxes or casks; ciover ana grass seed; crocury ln boxes and
Mrrels; ronsrea and bedford water in boxes or hurreli: d
ggMoods in boxes or carrels; domestic sheeting,- shirting, ticking
,uu uibiioi in original uaies; uutk, urugs in casKs;aeer sctns
.iresscl: earie'd.flix hxed: forks, hav and manure: dnirr.l
;!ne, gum copal; groceries assorted (not othwise SiecifledJ; grass S
jn.l nl..Vr hmln ilnr In hnn.a hu. . . V. j
.n boxes; hemp, iroti. hoop and sheet; leather ln rolls or boxes;
Mquor liwood. liquorice: lead, sine bur and sheet: mbonn.:
Mboardsacd plank; raartile slabs, unwronght, owner's rijk;mcss
prccu iu iii; uuis in oirreisor cases; oaaum, ouciotu; pslnts
in ihiao aim cans; paim leai prrsei; printer s ma, ln tegs oi
barrels; paper in boxes: pasteboard: peaches dr!ed:nrintinrca.
uer; prunes in casks, pepper: paiier nan tings In boxes: nieklu In
icasks- pipes, rubber car'springs, loose; rubber packing and hose:
raisins, ktrapped, rags In sacks; scythes, shovels, f ;ades. Soap;'
:ip!ce,9tarcb,sadllery:sardincs1n boxes, sheen and o'her skim
Ejin bales, shot In bags, sugar in bags; scale and scale beams boxed;
juxncjoin uaics; louacco cutiu ooxes or uarreis: tow, tea, type;
reucenng Doxea, woou in suapes. win, wiiiow reeas tn bundles;
wrapping paper; yarn pressed and balled; xlnc ln rolls and sheets.
Was established In 1315.
1th the olial Sewing JdoAfci Fat
jForall Leather Stitching,
9ria;re Trimtnlnr. Harneis
la renntatlon far aborv anv other Machines a lact UDITerSwlir
iulmitted. Kj other leather Machines use so small a Needle a?
j the Howe Cyliader Machines.
world before Introduced by the subscriber, and he now for the first!
time offers It to tbe public for sale. Its wonderful properties
have astonished the scholars and scientific men of i.urope andk
America. It is so simple and manageable that no dlfficuty will
be found In testing its value. The discoverer Is not under the!
necesstr of saving anything in Its merits on bis own resposioiuty .
as he is permitted to offer certificates from gentlemen who havrjj
tested it,of such a character as to put all doubt at rest. t
I B7 nermisslon. I refer to the following named gentlemen, some?
or wnom nave tested tne indicator rur a number oi years, anu,
others for several months, all of whom hare no hesitation in re f
commending it to the favorable natice and use of the public Is!
Professor " K- Howling, Ji i), university ox aasnvuie.
do George ii Ulackle, 21 s, uo a
da Paul F Kve.M D do do
I,(eut Col Bichard Owen, M D, late do do
Rev J WHovte.MD. do do
'Prof Bichard O Currey.M D, She it? Medical College, nasavuie
do Daniel r w right, ji u, do do do uo
do J P Ford. M D. do do do da
Bt Ber Bishop B P Miles, Nashville.
Uev J B Graves, Editor Tennessee Baptist.
Iter II N McTyeire, Editor Christian Advocate, Nosh rilli.
flen W G Harding, Farmer, Davidson county, Tens.
W. II. CUTJTCIIEIt & CO.,
Auction & Commission merchants,
No. 36 AJabeet, Opposite Uniox Stbzxt,'
P. 21 BAD AS. C. SCIIOLTZ.
BKADAS & SCII03L.TZ,
Impcrten and Wholesale Dealers In
LIQUORS, GROCERIES, &c, &c,
510, MalnStrcct, four doors below Broads'
AGESTS FOB II. I,. STYLES'
Superior Frcsli Baltimore Can Ojratcra.
jOysterjforihipmentpackedsecurely In Ice, and. all goods del
uvexeau iasnvn:e Depot tree o cnarge
Vhe Standard Brltisb daisies.
tW. T. BJ5IIJI-W- jb. an vrtrr nnr a IT!
3223; WORKS OF JOSEPH ADDISON,
Including the whole Oonteatx of Bishop Hard' ediUoa, wah
letters and other places not found U any previous eollectUa
and MacaaUj's Ey cn hU IJf aa4 Works. Zdllcd,iU
Critical and Ixplanatory Notts, by Qtoasx WasHuonx
Gattxt, with portrait puu copleta In ToU., BaL,
eloth. Same half calf, extn.
ITIIE WORKS OF oziter ooLLsmm,
Comprising a variety of piece, now ftrst collected. Witt co
plous Notes by Jaisx, Paica, wita .ai
ln 4 vols., line., cloth. Same-half calf extra.
I THE WORKS OF HENRY FIELDING,
With a Memoir of his life and WrUlnp, by Taoxaa Botcos
First complete American ediUoa.wlth partralt on steal. 4
vols., limo., cloth. Samehalf calf, axtra.
I THE WORKS OF TOBIAS SMOLLETT,
First Complete American edition, uniform with luuiaVa
Works. With a portrait of atel,S vola, 12ao, eloUt.
Same half calf, extra.
THE WORKS OF LAURENCE STERNE. s ,
First complete Amerlcaa edition, with the LU of the Author,
written by himself, and pot trait ea steel, 3 Tola, Hmo
cloth. Same half calf, extra.
THE WORKS OF DEAN SWIFT,
The Life of the Author, and copious Notes, by Thomas Ko
cox. portrait oa Steel, S vols., 12me., cloth. Same hall
TUE WORKS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON,
With the new Biography by MasaDur.2 rsls., now ready,
containing the "Llvee of PoaU, etc., ring., cloth. Saae
half calf, extra.
iTHE WORKS OF CHARLES LAMB,
And a sketch ot Us Ufa, with the Final Memorials. hyJLT.
Noox raxncao.wtth a portrait, complete la i vols l1iae
cloth. Same half calf, extra.
THE WORKS OF WILLIAM HAZLTTT, v ;
Comprising his "Table Tt Ik," "Uetaru en Literature," uEs.
says," and "Spirit or the Are," in S vols., 12ao. cloth.
Same half calf, extra.
iTHE WORKS OF LEIGH HUNT,
4 vols-, cloth, comprising fib Italian and XagUsh Poets,'
"Wit and Ilnmor," "Farayj," uMi3CUaieoaj, aM "Xsfr
lla Authori." Same half calf, extra.
IBOSWELL'S LIFE OF JOHNSON,
Including a Journal of his Tour to the Hebrides; a near edt
tioa with numerous additions by Joan Wilson Cracker, Its
P. Notes by various hands, i vols., limo., doth, f mm
half calf, extra.
XT. T BEBBT & CO.,
nevlO Public Square.
jsTTATING purchased f Mr. CasW Skitb his entire stock
IIjL of Books aad Stationery, at No. 31 Collegs
Street. I shall at once remove my Stock (rod Market Street. l
Jthe Store, No. 31 College Street, where I Intend continuing the
(BOOK. STATIONER! AND PERIODICAL BUSINESS, la all
jits departments, an.i wnere l anau oe pieasea to see my old.
OAN BE EFFECTED ONMOST KINDS OFJ
In tli at Old and Itclialile Company,
The City Fire Insurance Company,;
(friends and the public generally.
2iov. 7, l&9.
Anvils, axes: ale and beer In wood, beef iu barrels: bacon well
packed in boxes orcasks; barilla, bones, boiler Sues; black lead!
ci barrels; osrEand cod mills; carriage springs, boxes and axels;
Jaditintarrels or hogsheads; crockery In crates and hogsheads;
jlonee and chlcko-y : copper in boxes and casks: crucibles, chains,
Sioose; dye woods, in stick;epsom salts, in barrels; gusi shelac,
jin original packages; hardware; hoe's and horns, hides, green,
dherrinps in kegs, hooks and nlnges; iron safes, iron ratling; iron
Who'lers, Iron fencings: junk, jute, laid in good kegs or cans:
l.jlieaa in casts or pig; iigntning rods in bundles
The Howe Cylinder Machines,
BfinT ,,vi snnPwnrk p.,Juiad.Ier In horsheads, millstones finished; manilla; mineral wa !
Grand Vocal and Instrumental
O o aa. c ert .
MJLI,E CAITin.EE TJRSO,
lAtsistedby M'lle MABIE DE BOODE, the distinguished Vocal
ist, ana by
GEO. M. TAYLOR, the Celebrated Pisnlst,
iW'll give a Concert at the Chapel of the Female Academy on
Friday Evening's Nor. IStli at 8 o'clock.
Tickets 31.00. to be obtained at all the Music Stores and at the
For particulars see small bills.
Plantation Boots and SIioss,
(Double and Single Sole Bro-rans, Double
Sole Boots, .and
Of all sorts for Men and Women,at low prices, for cash, by
PRICES, 8135 AND $150.
For Family use, new Machines
j Have recently been constructed. They should Lo examined byg
ail persons about to purchase.
For Families, Plantations, or Tailors,
! The are unquestionably the best Machines yet offered, having!
snScient power, and sewing the coaaaxsT and sixest work witij
PBICES, 600, SSO, SOO AND 8100.
HOW ESEWIXG MACHINES,
paints, dry and in oil, pork inbarrels:rubbercarsirinrsinboxes
and casks, rubber belting: salaratus in boxes; spelter, shot In
keirs; soda In boxes; tin piate rvxed; tobacco manufactured In
boxes and kegs; venison tn barrels or boxes; Vinegar, wire fenc
ing, wiie lead, wnisiry in uarreis.
Anchors. Alum. In barrels and hogsheads: brimstone in barrels
Und hogfheads; tleacmng salts, burr bIocXs;barIey,barytes; cot
mont. iiIlr- rlv. rnairr. ranle. rhftin In M.t.. rrm nil'
.rtli. nalnt. eaithern and stone ware In crates and nonheads:
Ish salted, fence wire; figs in casks and boxes; flour in barrels
ind sacks; gas pipe; guano; norsesnoes in packages; iron, bar,
land, pig, boilers and railroad; iron, nuts and rivets, iron cast-
Aria Brown, Esq. do do do ds
David T Mctavock. M D, do do do
B J Meigs. Esq, Attorney at Lav, Nashville, do
'J E Manlove. HD, do do
nomas dowdy, Esq. Jeweler, do do
0 W Donigan do do do
Bev C D Elliott, Nashville Female Academy.
Joseph Vaulx. President Tennessee Marine Insurance Company
A W Butler, Secretary do do lo do
B Lanier. Esq. CommlMion Merchant. Nashville.
lime In cists: -3 Albert Fayne, Esq, Farmer and Builder, Nashville,
fA An.iersun.umei xmgroeer lenn & Aia u o ana asaan.
SiPror JamesM Sanford, MD,GeoIoist or the Stateof Tennessee
3 Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn.
aPm Louis Aeasslx. M D. Cambrldze. Mas.
Prof Joseph Usnry, M D, LL D, Smithsonian Institute, Washing
Prof John WDraner. M D. LLD, New York University.
Prof Franklin Bache.M D, Tutor of tbe US Dispensatory at tht
Jefferson Medical Uolltxe. rniladeipnla, fa.
Prof J Lawrence Smith, M D, University or Louisville, Ky.
Prof J L BIddle. M D University of Louisiana, N 0.
Prof. Louis B Gibbs, M D, Medical College, Charleston, S C.
Prof Francis S Holmes, 21 V, do uo uo uo
E II Barton, M D, Meteorologist. CnlumMa, S C.
croi J D is iieuow, junior ana rropnewroi iieugv i xioriew
Gen Lucius J Polk. Planter, Maury county, Tenn.
J M Towler, 31 D, Columbia, lenn.
mg, heavy; locomotive tire; land plaster; molasses, mahoganjSJoan Baird. Esq, Farmer, Maury county, Teen
loes. mirbie in blocK unwrouent, millstones irrougn; nans and iJrCol RAL Wilkes. do do do do
Vgspikes, nail roos;ores, lead, copper, iron, zln!n boxes or bar-JJ?Jn0 Cheatham.Esq. do do do do
i3n!ls;pitci, plaster, palm oil, putty; rars pressed in bales; rlce;iaAllen Richardson, Esq, do de do de
rarailroad chuirs and splkei, rosin; rigng, rope, sumtc, salt.KSeth Goodwin. Esq, do de do do
jgiMi, ash; steel, sugar in hogsheads, barrels and boxes; stone un-S7John C Hill, Esq, Columbia, Tenn.
(wrought; soda in kegs, barrels or casiti) saieratus in icegs, barreisyjohn H Devereoux, Esq, Engineer, Tenn &: Ala It B.
orcasks: toharco scran and leatin casks and hogsheads: tin, tar,ViMs!or p II Thomnion. do ds do
tii In pigs; terrejaponica; telegraph wire, Uliow; whiting; wa SgNaah II Burt, Esq, Attorney at Law, Columbia, Tenn.
terViP'wlreroPes; wheat ln well sewed osnaburg or tuiUedMQeorge W Campbell, Esq, Farmer. Maury county
pags; cine isueeti iu duns auu cu&cs; am; in pigs apsaiessrs. Lee ec isryan, Airuggists, uoiumDia, Aenn.
ThlsTtinir to laxeenecion ineist jay si Bepiemoer, ia.a,anaH juv F G amlth, Bector Female Atnenssum, Columbia, Tenn.
ar imcns to
II. K. & P. 1. PECK, Agents,
COOPER'S BUILDINO, NASHVILLE, TENN.
SAMUEL C. EASTItlTAN.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
OFFICE No 45 North Cherry Street,
IXASIIVILIiE, - - - - TENNESSEE-!
EKCCCTOB'S NOTICE. 7
PEBSONS having claims against the late Joa Jotcts, will!
i reaent them for payment, whether due or net, and alii
those indebted to him are urgently reuutsted to make settleen I
switnout delay. juiax juuas.
TAirWIANIf WOOD FOII SALE.
j A S I Intend moving to the North I will sell the Farm o which?
'J I reside. Thtra are nearly nine- haodrel acres of land,
witbln three and a hair miles or nashville. xne Improrementss
good. I shall be at home fur about two weeks. Apply te me'
on the place or to John KIrkman, Allen Allison, or JamesS
tills, in rtasnviue. au.u j. i-uuteii.
r2 DOVJ uu
41 Csllr re Street.
smlt any speed of the press, and only are required
bt each end of the prese.
4th. It ia of threat strength and put together inn
the most thorough and workmanlike manner, there
seeming to bo no sparing of pains or oxpen.se to make?
it the very best in the market
At we were rather diffident about expressing our
opinion of this Press until we had f jrther heard
from the best practical talent in the printing lino in
the city, wo invited our friends from tho Methodist
and Baptist Book Concerns to examine it. Mr. Wes-1
BELL, the superintendent of the press department!
Mr. Mi cox, the machinist of the same establishment;
and Mr. Marks, one of tho proprietors of the 7;i-l
Tittsee Baptist'' (both establishments having the latest!
and most approved presses from the most popular!
builders,) with Mr. Fisk and Mr. LkBriew from onr
own establishment, after a careful examination of
all its details, made the following report as the re-x
ult of their observations: "That the presses manu
factured by Mr. Potter, taking this as a sample.!
110CSE BILLS ON THIRD READISQ
No. 11 To repeal section 2,886. inclusive, tji
z,oai, section l, chapter V, part 3 of the Cade.
I he bill recommended by thj Committee On the
Judic ary was cdonted in lieu.
Mr. MINNIS offered an amendment to the bill,
rrhicb vas read as follows :
"Sec. 2. That no defendant be rcouired to nlead
an oath unless the plaintiff make oath to the facts
slated in hia declaration."
Tbe amendment was adopted.
On motion of Mr. 8T0KES, the amendment was
amended by inserting after the word plaintiff."
,iue worus or nis attorney cr agent
I The bill as thus amended, was then passed, ayes
-i, noes u.
No 35 To establish the Seventh Chancer Divis
ion of Tennessee.
The amendments proposed bv the Committee were'
After various ineffectual efforts to amend and to
postpone to a day certain.
The bill passed, ayes 10, noes 5 aa follows
Ayts Messrs. Allen, Bumnass, Horn. Hunter.
ohnson. Lane, Minnis, McClellan, McNeilly, Pe-
JVS7 RECEIVED EY
John York & Co.,
Account and Bill Paper, ruled to suit any kind of business.
Letter Paper, blue and white, plain and rnled.
Cap 44 44 44
Note " 41 41
Packet Post " ' 44
Commercial Letter, blue and white, plain and rulel.
Folio Post, blue and white.
Flat Cap, of every variety.
Ledger Papers, all qualities.
Tissue Paper, white ani colored.
Blotting Taper, tuff and pink .
Dice, and White, and Brown Bonnet Boards, fcc.
Envelopes, of all kinds and sixes.
Qold Pens, the best ever made.
Day Books, Journals, Ledgers, Cash Bonks, Memorandum Books
Bankers Cases, Port Folios, Writing Desks.
Ink, Ink-stands, Steel Pens.
BILLS OF LADING.
Medici I Books. ,
vhile they are inferior in no respect to the bestSters, Richardson, Stanton, Stokes, Sto vail, Tnomp-
cvliBder presses we have ever seen, are in sovei-alM3011 "nu opeaner nesrman. 10.
important particulars superior.'
When we come to add another very important
fact, that Mr. P. furnishes his presses some five hun-j
dred dollars lower than any other builder of lirstj
class presses, wo feel sure he will have all tliel
orders for his presses that one extensive establish
ment will bo able to fill. We shall be'Jiappy to show
our now press to all who are interested in such!
Tic will further add that we purchased the new!
press principally to work our paper on. but find HI
so well adapted for book work, we have put that"
upon the new press and shall keep the paper upon!
tbe "old Hob" press for the present
Nott. Messrs. Boyd, Bradford. Hildreth. Nash
itna Moiteiy. 1.
lettib. rnoji rai comptbollkb.
The SPEAKER presented a letter from the
gComptroller, which was read as follows:
Kasbtilli, Tenn., Nov. 17. 1859.
iHm T W. Newman. Speaker of the Senate :
Sir: In reply to Senate resolution, No. 54. passed
I yesterday, upon the subject of the perquisites at-
FOB SALE BT
J o It n York $: Co.,
ebs'er's Unabridied Dictionary: Pictorial Kditlon; 1,500 11
luitrations; 1.720 pages; Price 36 50.
Boss's Standard Libkaky Complete In 103 volumes; 12mo.
Blegantly printrd and bound In Cloth.
Born's Classical Library 01 volumes. Unifurm with th
Boiin's EiTRAS'oLUMrs 7 volumes. Uniform with the Stan
Bonn's Ii.lcstratcd Library 33 volume. Uniform with the
Bohk's Aktljcariah Library 33 vtlumes. Uniform with th
Sobn's PiiiLowrniCAi. Library IS volumes- Uniform with tb
Boh Historical Library 8 volumes. Uniform with
Boh' British Classic 23 volumes. Uniform with the Stan
T. S. AIlTIinU'S NEW BOOK,
. Published and for sale, this day,
TRIALS OF A SEAMSTRESS:
BY T. S. ARTHUR, ESQ.,
Arendspted to all kinds of Sewing done by Sewing- ltla
cisinnm. They are constructed under the direct Inspection gl
Mr.HOWK hiself, of the best materials, In the most thorough?
anu substantial manner, by SRHIul anil experienced worsmen.
Ugwa are tbe most $imjjit and durable .Machines in the -Market.
S JO' livery- Iuclilne fully Warraulcd.
j A permanent ofice has lieen established In this city, for l!w
Jsaie of the above 51 ".chines, where also, may always be found, at
(pood sluet or pewing aiachlne Findincs, Jlotvc's 4lix
Icelslor" Alucliine Tn'iktju.
The public are desired to examine, and purchase where bes'E
jsuited. UU.NK 1110a , Ueneral Agents,
i No. 3ti,Unlon Street, Nashville, Tenn.,
j sep'JI-illy Over the Book Store of John York U C.
;t s. RtrrnrErrr.D. jciik scott
T. S. KlITHERFUKD fc CO.
Gciicrul Cominissioii ITIcrcIiaiits.
33 Levco and 06 Commercial Streets,
SX. LOUIS, 3IO.
TS. BUTHEBFUBD & CO. will give prompt andcarefut
. atUntiou tn allconsienments frjm their correspondents g
forsale in St. Louis.and respectfullysolicit orders fortheDurt
. . - , : - t
icu.wjoi ewm prwiuce generally.
I ney bet: to refer to
Messrs. W II Gordon & Co., Nashville.
B A BAKxts.rresideTt Back of Missouri.
J A Browrlr.t,E.ij, President Merchants' Bank, St. Louis.
Jakes Wa'.eia, Ei, Nashville.
James II lie as, Esq. St Louis.
J J Anderson Bsq, Prusident Bank of St Lenis.
liKOCniCIKS A.l IiltlVOIlS.
&TE have this day received, and will sell low, the following.
ISP Ilildreth, M D. Editor of the Franklin Be'lew, Tenn.
Hon John Marshall, Attorney at Law, Ifranklin, Tena.
Bd C Cook, Esq, da da d do
S S Ilouae, Esq, do do do do
B M EwiLr, Esq, de do do do
Jas P llanner M D, do do
l'rol u uaiiendar, remaie insulate. irranKiin, xenn.
Prof Thos II Peebles, Male College, Williamson county, Tenn.
L-Yintinne Uvitli other notice.
E. W. CULK,
Sup. Kathrille f Chattanooga B.B
W. J. ROSS.
Jftmpilt ic CAarlenon li. Ii
K. C. JACKSON,
seoT tf Sub. Eiut 7n. (eorffta Ji. It.
IJas AlcuavocE, sq, sarmer,
gMajor John E Tnlloss, do
RV P Campbell, Esq, do
Daniel Murray. Esq, do
3 John W Harney, Esq, de
IB B U zbtower.M li.sl
Thomas B Bond. Esq, do
SJesse Care, M D,
IK Lytlle, 2! D, Triune, Tenn.
llevKoDert uaiuwen, ruiasii. Aenn.
j W Petway, Esq, Planters' Bank, Pulaski, Tenn.
Ij Correyjr. Ksq, Unioo Bank, Chattanooga, Tenn.
ailfH.1 II Wfift.. M Tl. T.TnnvllIp. Tran-
fSJ 0 Uearn do Waynesboro do
?L M Scott, Esq, Somervllie, Tenn.
Sllon Wra P Martin, Circuit Judge, PulaskL, Tenn.
t Hon N Baxter, do do Nashville, do
30 H Nicholson, Esq, Lawrerxeburg, lenn.
XEUllout andnbrUe Diteates, Set Btadaehe, Lou of npe-Wsmes PotU, Erq, do do
TA It R A IV X" S
jTbis valuable and popular Medicine, prepared In conforn-'ty with
e tnalysisor the waters of the celebrated seltzer Spring, in
jlermany, in a roost convenient and portable form, has
universally received the mest favorable recom
mendations of theMedicalprofessionand
a Discerning Public, as tie
MOST EFFICIENT AND AGBKEABLB
hn use, and as being entitled to special preference over the many j
(Mineral Spring waters, Seidlits Powders, and other similar art! I
Ues,bothfromitscouiactness and greater efficacy. It may bat
liued wltn the best ecrct in an
"incident to the
SPItllYG AND SUMMEK SEASONS.
K V V UlWUU.l.lbO UUU AillUUiiS, cc
HS50 begs Bai; ColTte.
K !.- bbjs Crushed Sugar,
j iuo rowuerea uo
3 35 kegs Uil. Uolden Syrup,
i SO-S bbls do da
WlM) do quan & half gal Pickles, 100 do pure Bye
10 casks Cognv: Brandy,
5 do Pert Wine.
5 do Sherry do
5 do Madeira do
15 dj Sweet Malaga,
75 bbls Bran ly,
75 do J. II. Smith's Whisky.fr
50 do Pepper Sauce.
"j 50 do Toinito Catsup,
53 .10 do Krsi Peaches,
$ . do Pie Fruits, assorted,
JjlOO do bxs & y, bxs Raisins,
'Juki do CUve e.
M2I0.IH) Havana Cigars,
ti?-Jl PIHI Htilv Rtvi.. .In
bx Tehacco, nil brands.
La ."or sale very low at Nos. 13 and 14 Market 8tret.
rf.10 u 1IU01I McCBBA t CO.
50 do Oil Bourbon
2.i do Holland Gin,
100 do Tennessee Whitky,
40 do Newborn's Tenu. do
11) do Bum.
4,j legs Lemon Cordial,
25 do (linger Brandy,
25 do (linger Wine,
50 bbls I Incoln Whisky,
Ml no Uonertson County do
ijjlt Is particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by Sea and
LAiri, liesiaenis in uot uiimaies, ersons oi ceuentary
Habits, Invalids, and Convalescents: Captains of
Vessels and Planters will find it a valuable ad
dition to their Medicine Chest.
fVitb those who have used it, it has hi gU favor and is deemed !a
Jn a torpidttate of the Liter It readers great-service In re-!
ttnrintr KealMiv artiou.
1 . . ... .. . ....... .-.I . If JI.J.UV.) .'J-..
Jn uoul ami JiAeumatwmii gives tno best saturacUon, al-va8j0r x II Peters, Moulton, Ala,
anng all Innammalory symptoms.and In many cases effectually jrCn ir Yn Itnrt-n. in. Anrnita. Oa.
ruring those aClicted. , wDf Simmons, M D, Old Town, Ala.
Itaxiineaieeof Grate', Jnalaestum, Umnburn andftSM.inr-trm niimr. Pnla.kl.Tenn.
CosUrtTU Proves it to be a Medicine or thi greatest utility. SSKev J O Provine. Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Bev W W Hill, D D. Editor and Proprietor of the Prerbyterta
Herald. Louisville. Kv
Bev Ed E Porter, D D Editor and Proprietor o f the Presky teriao!
Sentinel, Memphis, Tenn.
V It Crawford. M D. Greenville. Tenn.
B 0 Kerr, Esq, Library of the Lyceum and Library Eociety.NewJ
J McDermott. M D. Murfreesboro. Tenn.
George T Fithbaca, Esq, Pine Grove, Clark county, Ky.
W N Hayes. Esq, Athens, Ala.
P M Thompson, M D, Danielsville, Ga.
i W Hancock, Esq. uo do
Aciditu or the ttomacA, ana lie aittrtflna tldknett ouSiinn rh.riM n.d i !
maul durinj wrtanancy Yields speedily, and with marked SCrv,! w I.W.tlin,. farmer da A
jucoess under its healthful inBuenee. EsThosJ B Turner, Esq, do do
Jt aifordu the artatmi fill to tAo amicud with or n(9itiitniF.ir.Mli. dn An
fact to the J'ile Gently aciing on the bowels, neutraJMngallSSu g Wendel, do d do
rritating ecretlons, and tnereby removing all innammalory ten-SSJTC Black. do do do
lencies. K3Gen Hardy Mufree, do do
vain, t act. it Utnralualle in all ernes where a Gentle Aiterlev WiiProf Ashley D Hurt, M D, Male CoHese. Winchester. Tenn.
v4 J'urgatice is rjvired. hAYnt Graves, M D, President of the Mary Sharpe Collgee, Wit-
btl It Is in the form oi a powaer, careiuuy put up in notties, toH cueaier, Aenn.
Mauep In any climate.and merely requires water ioured upon it toJ5j The Weather Indicator is new offered for sale a $1; at the
BSbroduceadeligktful effervescent beverage. fgDrug Store of Aaron S! retell, General Agent, on the cor!
Vni Taken iu the morning, it never interferes wltn the avocations S2"r or Lnioo and uonege streets, Nashville. Tenn.
The discoverer will send toe Natural Heather Indicator by:
j Just received try
UODr.V FOB OECK.llUEIC
f.ourv roff uEC.tiui:ii
UAOtN A JOHNSON,
No. C Union Street
2, boxes best quality of Maccaroni just received by
WKSSEL Is. THO3IPS0N.
Country Merchants will find our slock full and 7ell assorted,
Frtnow and throughout the Holiday Season, also at prices to suitj
Or.'s'UKSON'S JJATIONAI. SIAGAZIXi:, fjr
isL ue-imutrjjnst received by
11AUAN & JOHNSON.
novl5 No. li Union St.
IX STORE A AD FOlt SALE UX
j? zee G- zsr
rVO. ll COLLEGE STItEET. .
Thirty Trass is the Arctic lUmoKj i Or, the Adventures of
Sir John Franklin Price 1 151).
Futk Years Aboard thr W uALEsntr. By W. B. Whitecar. One
volume, limo., cloth. 51 S5.
Marry's Book or Amxau
do do do Prose and Poetry,
do do do Talfs and Stories,
do do do Birds,
do do do Wonders,
Each in Cloth; 12ao. Price 75 cents.
Dick axd his nmn. n Catharine 31. Trowbridge. Price 75c.
w.i.Mnlnv A ..tlut!.. .1 .tu t. f I. ...I. n
pgTJm.vni. rrlce 11 K.
ru iGLin. Rr AnvneAKTini. Tr!rA1 5.
zik and Travels of Alexander Von Humboldt, with an Intro-1
eg auction by uavard Taylor, In one volume. I'rice31.
KTn-o Wava to Weolocx, a Novel. Price 31 25.
F.nAGAN has Just received Sloan's City and-Suburban Ar 5
iC<eiiare. containing numerous designs ana details for public
edifices and private residences. 1
Sloan s alodel Architect, witn design;, specifications, and estl a
mates, sioan s uarpenter a new uuuie, m.iaie s sctenuue ataira
Builder, with other Standard and valuable works on Building,fl
F. tlAGAN has Inst received a large and general assortment!
01 Medical Boots, amang wnicn are
Gray's New Work ou Anatomy;
Gray's Work on Surgery, at No. 39 Market Street,
oct25-d&wtf 41 College Street.
AT LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.
FTAS ON HAND
2,000,000 FEET OP THE BEST PIWE
j Ever offered in our city, consistieg of Pine Lumber, Shingles.
aFloormit. Dressed Hoards. aslt, Uoors, minds, sr., at manuiac I
Uner s prices, wh'ch I ocerto sell low l.r cash anu no cartage
Please tire me a call or send for a mil or 1'rlces. at myuen-l
Itral Lumber sards, corner of Eightn and Jlagaxlne Streets, onr
Square Iron NaihriLe Kail road Depot In LouiiYille,rIy.
Taken iu the morning, it never interferes with the avocations'
Kf the Jij.actinggently on the system, restoring the dlgestivej
Jjpowe.-s, exclung a neauny ana vigorous tone oi tne stomach, and
US :reatin as elasticity of mind and flow of spirits which live rat 1
Pto every enjoyment. It also enables the Invalid to enjoy man) Ij
E? iiii?-lf4 Willi fmnnnitv. Irom wnicn lie must otnerwlse he de.f
iaiTeil,and witnoutwiucu ine is irasome anu uistressing f
Numeroustentlmonialsfrcm professional and other gentlemen!
f the highest standing throughout the country, and its steadily j
.u.Miuj,jAi)......; J ..j . . -.
-Dicncv and valuable character, and commend it to the favorable Si
Ifga Jotice or an intelligent puDUc.
h3 I'lnnre,! and sold. Wholesale and Betail bv
rTXLTB co partnership here'ofora existing under the style and
a tirmoi liwmjr .V ncrrr, has this day teen dial
inlnU.f.mnli.lMM.nl V 11 V . . t.l I...l..lt.l
TiTiT;1 ' . p Tr" , '.- .7 ' I Epsettle the business of the late firm.
closing S-Id current money. Fall and plain directions for regu Ej F n 2IT1VI1 Ja
tached to the offices of Comptroller, Secretary offflrn? S
The Old Stone Mansion,
Br C. J PETERSON.
Cheap Edition of 'Walter Scott's lYorels). con
jrir. rajrnc'si Bill.
In printing tlio following communication irom a
Democratic friend in East Tennessee, it is proper fori
us to say, that wc have not been able to give the.
subject that attention necessary for the formation ol
a correct judgment of our own on the- subject
Let tub LEGi6tJimir. Beware! The proposition!
of Mr. Pat-xk, wliich has passed the Senate and is
now to bo considered in the House of Representa
tives, may be just and proper enough in ita main!
provisions, whereby money changers, brokers, and!
shavers may receive deposits, discount notes am
del in exchange But there is a point made in tht
pill'M it passed the Scate which should be closely
watched by the members of the House, as it is cer-S
taia the Senators Toting for tho bill along with its!
Author, did not diicover its full import
It certainly is, or should be, the policy of the Le
gislature, if it tolerates the use of paper as a circu
lating xnedinm, to bo legislate as to bring the coin oil
tho Banks as near as possible to the holder of the nott
qftltiBank. This policy dictated what is charac
terised now as the counter nouj system.
The bill of Mr. Patsk, as amended, provides that!
brokers and others entitled to the privileges intend-
iod to be conferred by the bill shall iiof receire on de
posit the notes of foreign Banks, but that tlicy moj
pay them out
Such a policy as this would operate most injuri
ously to the people of Tennessee, as its effeet would!
be to flood the State with an irredeemable circula
tion. The whole currency of the State would bo thej
notes of the banks of other States, the coin in tlirj
Taults of which (if there be any) would be wholly!
inaccessible to us. And inasmuch as the brokers!
and banks are prohibited by the bill from rcceivipf
the notes ef foreign banks on deposit, this forcij
airculation once afloat could never be returned foi
coin or exchange, unless it be done by the private!
.citizen who may have ten, twenty, or, one hundredl
State, and Treasurer, within ihe lat year, and the
last entire term ol saia ortioes, I bee most respect-
folly to state, that having kept no special account
if them, I do not know what they have been in my
office within the last year; nor am I able to state
what they were during the last entire term of myl
The only perquisites attached to (his office come
from the tree Banks and the Railroad Comnaniea.
Inl , I . . . . .
iney navo nereioiore Decn rnucu larger than taey
will be hereafter. When the Free Banks were com-
ing into existence or being placed in involuntm-
i: !j.r ,i i, .. . .
iiiquiuauuu, mo perquiBiiea were considerably more
.1 -. I. V . . , -1 1 . ., - .
man it, to prutmuiB orpossioie ior tnem to be in fu
ture under existing laws, as tho act has been re-
sealed authoriemir new Banks to oranlm. nnrl the
law oi loao auows mote in existence to go into vol
untary liquidation and wind themselves up when
ever they chooBe to do so. The other source of per-
inisites 13 also diminishing, as many of the Rail.
roads havo been completed, and will, of course,
have no more bonds issued to them: and the re
quisites arising from the unfinished Roads will de
oend unon their progress and the amount of bondi-
'they will be entitled to as they are completed.
I Understanding the object of the Senate resolution
Ito be, to ascertain what the probable perquisites of
the office referred to will be hereafter, I have given
the only data as to my own office, from which the
Senate will see they must be inconsiderable in fu
ture, and any estimate of them must be entirely
conjectural. The repeal of the law of 1852, the
passage of the aet of 1858, and the completion of
many of the roads, will show that any estimate of
pernuisiles in this office for the future would be fal
lacious, if governed by the receipts of the past
Perauisites are not naid by the State, but by indi
viduals or come allies for whom the labor is per
formed, and the compensation is often inadequate
to the labor, aswhen the Comptroller is required to
sicn his name seventy-nine times and number to
iventy-nine coupons, for which he receives fifty
cents, and is responsible also for the custody of the!
'bond until delivered.
Very respectfully. J. T. DuNtAI4.
On motion of Mr. 8TANT0N. it was ordered thai
tne letter oe spreaaupon the journal.
LKAVa or ABSIKCE.
On motion of Mr. McKElLLT. leave nf aWno!
was granted to Air. vtoca, on account of sickness!
in his family.
SENATE BILLS OX SICOMD BKADIKQ.
No. 2 To amend the Code, and No. 67. to reeiall
lecimn o.bio oi tne uoae, were reaa.
Both bull hulng the eame object, '
Heart of Midlothian,
Bride of Lammermoor.'
The Black Dsrarf,
A Legend or Montrose,
fortunes of Nigel,
Feveril of the Teak,
ne rurgeon s Daughter,
1st. Bonan's Well,
Aunt Margarei'a Mirrcr,
The Laird's Jock,
Fair Maid of Parth,
. Annie of Oeterstein,
JOount Bobert. of Paris, .
Complete and cneao Bdltion of the entire Wosxa of OITA5
DICK UN'S, to be complete in 23 Weekly Tarts, at SB cts. evch.1
novls JOIIN Y0BK-& CO.
WKSSEL A: THOMPSON,
Nos. 4(1 and 42 Union Street.
JtVUCluV Ol FUN,
IIUDGKT OF FfJIV,
IIUDGET OF FCJT,
Just received by
II AO AN A JOHNSON,
No. C, Union street.
JOHN A. TABBANTi CO., Druggists.
No. S78 Greenwich St.. eor. Warren.N.T.
Iflui'li'vcsboi'o ITIilitary Academy.
Captain TO. J. DAVIS, lprinl.iDnl.
Lieutenant W. M. DW1GIIT, f 1 rinciPals
bitor. nsing. &c. accompanv each Indicator.
Address LOUIS H. ULLtMArf, Agent,
wAwtf Columbia. Tenn.
JHOBE TO IlEADMinSD 777AX TBE
X TE B
j Worn by Kings or Emperors
VTbnl! IVhy a Beautiful Head of Hair.
3TECAUSEIt Is the ornament CjIZnmjiepnrfIforaUj
!I3 our race. Header, although the rose may bloom ever set
brightly in the glowing cheek, the eye be ever so sparkling, the?
teetu be those ol pearls, it tne aeaa is Dereii or lis covering, oil
the hair be snarled and shriveled, harth and dry, or worsesttll.s
;if sprinkled with gray, nature will lose half her charms. Prof.?
Nashville, Oct 31. 1839.
J N 3PBBBY.
n retiring from the firm of trnra &. Fnar.v I return mrl
Lirunts to tl patrons of tha late firm, and solicit a conunuano
!or tne same to surreswr. B. U. Kwixo. Jr.
Oashvllle Oct.3l, 1839. J. N.8PBBBT.
Having disposed of my Stock of Books. Stationery, Ac, fe
(Mr. r. IIauak, I solicit a contlnuancn of the patronag at my
friends fur sy successor. CLTA3. W. SBITH.
JU3T BECI1VZD BT
IF. HAGAN, 41 College Street.
Trial's or u Seamstress:
BT- T. Si ABTHTJB, ESQ.,
Aathorof "Love In a Cottsge," 4,Lov InUIgh Ufa, f
1 Mnrbin n. tWji IImVm ilmmU.. MT...
Divorced Wife." etc , etc., ate.
"Work wtrk work.
Till the brain begins to swim;
Work work work
Till the eyes are heavy and dint I
Seam, and gusset and band.
Band and gusset and ssam.
Till over the buttons I fall asleep,
And sew them on In a dream 1"
'OUT OP THE DEPTHS:"
The Story of a. Woman's Life.
The following- extracts from lengthy reviews In aromlneaf
English lournala, will enasleth reader ta form some Idea of mar
character of the work:
front Ut literary Satetie,ifaj&
A woman's story and a woman's book Out of tha LVnths" '-
ri'I Intfjt many and terrify some; but It can disgust Bona, far
it Is a C A written with a tssder and delicate haod. and even
the foul things of which it treats, losa much of their revolting na
lure by the method of that treatment.
Fnmth4 Critte, June 1L
It Is a well-written volume, and contains many powerfal
nrs, proving that the author Is not unacquainted with the
phases of life which he has undertaken to describe. Wa cast
coni-cieLtionily recommend Its cartful pernaaL
in paper cents.
THE CORNER CUPBOARD;
Fa ( for Everybody.
A Volume cf Universal, Every-day Information, ln Language
intelligible to tha Most Unlearned, embracing:
1. Th in irs Not Generally- Known;
1 (..Things Worth Knowing;
911. Things that ought to be Known,
la kkiau to ara orLASAroiT or,
The Food we Consume; The Clothes wo Wear; Tha House wsr
L!ve In; as well as Curious racts relative to The Arts and
Sciences. The Werld of Literature; Commerce; Manu
factures: Anatomy; pfayxlofgy; Agriculture; Bust
nes:The Garden; Tho field; Th Workable;
Tha Counting-IIouss; and Th Street.
One vol. cloth. Price-VlSS.
Winter Eronlnuss Entortulnmcnts
Acting Proverbs; Dramatic Charades; Draw Ing-Room Faatsw
mimes; Musical Burlesques; Tableaur. ;c, Ac. Ate
By the Author of "The Magician's Own Book.'
Price $1 ML
CrliucaAvliiclt the Unr doea notreacb
By th Author of "Busy Moments ot an Idle Wsman, kc
j HENRY ST. JOHN, GENTLEMAN,
A Tale of 1775.
By John Estla Cooke.
IHEM01HS OF ROBERT IIOUDIN
Ambassador, Autbor and. Conjurer
MISS SLIMMEK'S WINDOW,
Anil Otber Papers.
By Mrs Mark Pjabody. IlluitraW.
With many oibers,Jos; received sod for salt by
nov9-!a HAG ATT ,
41 Caliega at.
GREAT A.TIEUICAra BOHXANUE,
The Old Stone ITIausioia,
BT CtsABLKS 3. PSTBR30N,
Autho of "Cruising In the Last War,'
jurt received by
The Valley Tarm, Ac.
41 College SLtmC
TIIIS Institution has heretofore been conducted lu tho Aca-VWooC's Ilalr Bestorative, If used two or three times a week, will
demic Building, opposite ihe Eoule Female College. In-t-Srestore and rermanentlr secure to all, such an ornament. Bead
i.rtaseu application irom various sources, in Acnnessee anu uia nine 'ouowingana juage. xne writer is lueceieoraieu riauist.
sr States, lias rendered it necessary to erect barracks for the ae-
-oramodation nf the Students, and for the more thorough en
Torcement of the system. This plan Is that of the State Unitary
K. Wood : a iw i oar, April is, icoa.
Dtar Sir Permit me to express to you the obligations I as
leademies of South Carolina and Vlrginlai-ccmbinlng the sys-nunder for the entire restoration of my hair to its original color
em of rigid military discipline, wl'h a complete literary andggabout the txe of my arrival in the TJnitert Stales It was rapidly
'cienunc course oi stuaies. Ane rrincipais are inusenaoiH rjnecoming gray, du tupon ine appucauon ci your --iiair Aeswra
NAsnvauc, Oct.31. 1853.
I have this day associated with me Mr Wh. O Kiikav. audi
fwill continue the Grocery business under the firm style of E.
aa. s.avinsrit uo. Js. II. BWiriu.
noyl In b
Medical Saddle Rags.
1 a TE are just in receipt of another supply of Dissectlngln
V strumenta and Medical Saddle Bairscf new and imurovedl
13 . ... ....... ..- . . .-
Lsiyies;io wmcn we respetuuny invite the attention ol aiedicai!
CaStmlent. and Pi-rtltltirr. i
KAINS.BBOWN A CO.,
No 111 Sonlh Side Public Square.
MIEPPAILD'.I COLD fEAS.
i A SMALL assortment of those superior Gold Fen, this)
CM. uav receiveu oy
41 College Strwt.
A. W. JOSUSOH, JS.
Students and Practitioners-
WESSEL V THOMPSONS'
10 AND lariMlO.V STItEET,
FIKEWOIIKS, Arc, for the holidays; 1
150 Packages Fire Crackers ; I
1 ."ii), 000 best quality of Torpedoes ; I
Some Fire Wheels, Serpents, &c, just received and for sale lyl
wjisisiiL U TH011PSON.
exercise a control, at all houis, over the Students, amounting to
HAimoei total seclusion, ai'inoi, reguianty, anapunctuaiuy.
ire ensured In the Becitation room and elsewnere niie m addi
tion to the advantages of other systems of education, a
thorouzh knowledire of the different schools of Military Tactics
) s derived, both from the tex and thedrlll which last subserves!
E trio requirements or physical tiaicing and exercise soesssnlial
to th' students. I
A' OVM.VASIUM will be connected with the Academy, aud the
(personal attention ot the Principals will ensure proper exercise
in its respective departments. I
Their Lot consisting of thirteen andaquarter acres Isim!
imeataieiyvttnnnt the corporation, in a ceaitnim and eligible lo
amy, anet? Barracks w.H m a snort time be ready tor occupa
Edon. Application must be made at an early date.
Terms per lteur-.(S2Cfl) two hundred dollars. In
tlve" It recovered its original hue. I coaiideryour Bcstontlvi
es a very wonderful invention, quite efficacious as well as,
agreeable. I aa, dear sir, yours truly,
"Drych a'r Owylledyct."
Welsh Newspaper office, 13 Nassau st, , April 12. 18S8.
I received a Wtle of your Ilalr Bestorative and gave It my wlfe.ls'11 known 10 K'1Ilb,e' h7lnS ? Cab.CapltalSj,
. .... 7. . . . -. . . i. - . - . . . . ff Mtth wKih In li... thai
who coucludcd to try it on her hair, little thinking at the timi
that It would restore the srrav hair to Its original color, but to he:
(as well as my surprise, after a few weeks' trial It has performed
tnat wop err ji enect oi turnirg ui tne gray nairs to a uarx Drown,
-it the sane time beautifying and thickening the hair. I strong1
.mnpn thm mhnv RttnrAtIva tn all nersnns In want nf nrh a
aianzeh of their hair. CHARLES CABDEW.
3 Nrar Toar, July 25, 1857.
ABE TOE AOEN73 Or
with which to have their
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid.
norf S3 COLLEGE STBEET.
Gil EAT KAKGAIXS.
WM. J. DAVIS. I
W. 3C. DWIQIIT, J
P. M. M. A.
LL persons desirous of getting a pair of good
Jita tiiovcs iorcvciity--iiTc cents,
will da well to call soon at
BorgfcldA; Guntratb's Fancy Store,
Na 20 Cherry Street.
, P. S. They have opened the prettiest goods ever brouzh
Xashville. Admittance free. nnv5
Keep it Before the People !
THAT the Ball Roads have agreed to the following low rates
of Ireight, to-wit:
Iv-om i'ashtilleto XnomilU, and all Stations on the East
Tennessee and Georgia Brdroad.
Dry Goods and all articles usually classed in first and second
classes, ter 100 pounds CO cents.
Hardware, bacon, lard, whisky in barrels, and all articles
of third class, per hundred pounds ........47 do
Surar, molasses. Dour, leaf tobacco, and all articles of
lodrtn class. per luu pounds. do
From XaihrUirto Central Depot, Ya.,andatl Stations tees.
on the trgtnia and Jtnneesee Jtaurota, artuxes classed
Frst class, per 100 pounds........ -FT cents
Second do do do .....77 de
Third do do do..........-.....-..- Cd do
Fmirti An An An . .... -.54 da
iXAnd from XathriH t lynchburf. Fit., and all .'latum
wet on Vie Vayinui Jb tsnnesus Ji. Ji. to ventral JJepoi.
First Class, per ltv pounds... .-- 1.13 cents
TnB flra!renlergVexeUMe Pills are offered only as va'uableH 'J0 f l'
forthec.-.reof di.r.M ..i.! ,, .i . ... ,i.B5Thinl do do do .. . H do
,:- .1 . .1 . iV.,nrll, .'.n .In
, FOR DECEMBER,
Just received by
HAG IN & JOHNSON,
Periodical Agents, 0 Union Street.
rpilE LOUISVILLR PAPKKS received daily, by
Onvfeiibei'; Vegetable Pills.
elusive of Tuition. Board. Liebts. and Fuel, and navabie InSa Paor. O. J. Wood: With corSdence do I recommend von
'our installments, viz: February 1st, May 1st, September lst,p3aair Bestorative, as being the most emeacious article leversaal
December 1st, of each year. EgSince using your Hair Bestorative my hair and whiskers whirl j
ForfttrtherinformatlonappiytotDerrincipais, Jiurireesooro,ijwere almost wclte nave gradually grown aari; ana a now lee.t
confident that a few more applications will restore mem to then I
laatural color, it also Has reitevedrae or aildandrun andun-i
ipleasant Itching, so common among perl ons who perspire freely j
J.U. SULiUI. s
Paor. Wood About two years ago my hair commenced fallinsi
otf and turning gray; I was fast becoming bald, and had tried j
Imany remedies to no tsect. 1 commenced using your itestora-c
ttlve In January last. A few applications fastened my hair firmly,!
j It began to fill up, grow ou, and turned back to its former color 1
((black). At this time it is mlly restored to Its original color,!
health, and appearance, and I cheerfully recommend Its use to alLl
unicago,lli,.2iay v.ici. j. v. uvea, t
The Itestoratlva Is put uc in bottles of 3 sixes, viz : large, me I
iBcm and small: the small holds a a pint, and retails for onii
lollar per botlle: the rr-silum holds at least twenty per cent, mere!
in proportion than the small, retails fcr two dollars per bottle;!
Ithe large holds a quart, forty per cent, more ln proportion, audi
installed for J3. I
0. J. WOOD & GO , Proprietors, 31i Broadway, New york.dr. I
sine great a. a. w ire nailing jsstaniisnmenLj ana ill Jiarketst.
St. Louis, i'o.
And Sold by all good Druggists and Jraocy Ooods Dealers.
Gen. Jam r? Joxes, Columbia, South Carolina,
Uov. Oisr, Union, do do
Oen. David F. jAMiso!r,Oranzekurg, South Carolina,
Bx Gov. J. II. MiAks, Bnckbead, do do
Col. J. D. WiLsDji, Society Hill, Darlington District, S. 0.
Gen. B G. M Dunnovant, Ad I u tint and Inspector-General,
I.Vinetv Six. South Carolina i
!The Officers and Profevors of the Citadel and Arsenal State!
Military AcAdemies at Charleston and Columbia, South Carolina
INashtllle Banner, Memphis Appeal, Memphis Enquirer,!
Knoxville Whig. Louisville Joumal, Insert once each week, int
lially and In every lesue or tri-weekly, nnui runner notice.,
aiforward account to Principals when due. t
Sord payer containirg advercsement.
EIECCTOB'S SALE OF
LAND, NEGROES, afcc.
idig-stive organs, and the sympt..uis inlicttlng their nee 1 are,f
jseaerally, Consumptlun, Headache, Nervousness, Uneasiness af-
ter eating, Biliousness, Helitburn. Acidity, Nausc, Flatu lence.l
Fourth do do do - - C3 do
ILrGreat dispatch and safety given to freights and sarins
of insurance over this route.
The Tariffs mentioned above cover a large area of rich, pro-
iiiuLui AiHutc, uramj, t4intness, 1'aln In the Stomarn&ndta, - -
ln.w.lnMnsia l.'v.r cr,.i..-. ,Ln. i...".! "T. fewnctive territory in Tennessee aud Virginia, which, from its geo
si i n.TI: " V .'.-urul'UUD' " Sirmnhinil Tuijitino. onirht tn Inok to Nashville for sunnlles. A
10ns and Bemlttent Feteis. ' ' RjworLDy.ero't nade at this time by ihe Nashville Merchants, mayf.
Ont-ieeounttftkeirgrt.it mildness and mm yrfM ' ttal Sf ' 0 " k w rni k w,u03
hey neeer gripe, mitueale or leare thr boKelt t a cn-u -tina-fti" oooo'T-
eJ. condition, the Graf enberg l'Uis will 1 found more n tleas-
tnt than anv others
Try PaiC 25 csxts to. box Ov Tin itsxvtrr or ora no t-L.R
roca aoxrs will nt sxkt by mail, ntsx or rwrioc. ti ast part
sr the cocxtur. aue.v MAuKEXXIK.
nor IS tf U College Street. Nashvill e.
fTine undersirned having suggested to the Clerk of the C.a nn
tv Court of DavidAon county, the insolvency of tlu.r.1 .t.
(of H He La Hay , defeased, all persons having claims against
isaia estate are nounea to me ine same witn saia uiecs: on or be
lore the l.thdayof t ebruary next, autnenucated in tbe msnrerKpiy to
presciweuoy taw, or uivjr nui u igiciw wri, win in lawa ndL4
B. W COLB,
Superintendent Nashville & Chattanooga B.
Desirable Country Residence.
J -JT OFFER forsale the plsce upon whieh'I have resided the pres-'
B mtreir. It contains 3 acres of No I land, is 3 miles Irom
J ho city on the old Franklin Turnpike, has rnnning water all tha
fyear a comtortarle dwelling, aiicnrn, stanie anu carriage
JrN pursuance ortneiasi mil ana ACStamenioi uiiaiiL.t.st
a BE All a , ceo., uccw.cu, a .u&ii,
Oil tlic 23a, Zlin ana zotn oijnovr ncxii
this Itte residence In Rutherford county, (Beadyviile,) sell all
.v.d iMlm(v nr tne personality eeioniiiua 10 ma csiawr, cousiiiiuk.
in rwrt of Horses, Cows, Fodder. Corn, Oats, Cotton, two Cot
."n!. .nortableGriit Mill. Wheat Thrasher and Fan. two
r . ' . a TV t TTAn.ll. XlmWXA ..t trttv.
'Mil airAFSl- IfiPTe Db Ol fUUilUK VKilllialUIUiVm ftAluaiVUl
Ken Furniturr, tus., togeiher trith
embracing Men. Wamen.Boys and Gt-ls. Also, the Tract 0
Land on which he resided, containing about
-in am. of Cedar Land in the vicinity. These lands are;
.United, being on andneargood turnpike roads, con
renient to mills, churches, post oSce, Ac. The,Uomestead Tract!
s one of the best impro red places In 'he county; of unsurpassedj
r.rtiii v well natered andhasoneof the bestmtll sitesonStone s
lCI J . . . it .1 . . .- .1 1 .-..I. 1 o-n . !
River. Iieany toe ',T., , ' , ""1 '"i
cultivation: the twlance well timbered and a large portion of it,
,et with grass There is no w tier wnaaj, cora. cotton or toosc ,
. . . . . 1 1... .1 . .nil I Is ailmlHhl v na . f wV sM ctfihV hU.
Und In tnis ixutuuc, sww a-i-j
... V S n . A I f r 1 A a.J 1 trl.a
Lin'dis second te none ior the qantity and quality o'ltseedarj
timber. It wlllbssoiainioisoi ou 10 -so acres, on a creuit 01 1
!ind 2 yea s. The negroes and other property on a credit of 1
..i..nnri!. Two spproveu securities win be rtquirea in an
l-a.M and a lien retained on the land till the purchase money is
r niliDiva nvmr I
ptH. 4"1-"""" A..,
. .... nn v .......
nrt2;-twiiiinoT - . ct.m..
fc house, and over a mile of good plank fence. In fact It Is one ofjjj " w ..!
gthemost desirable pUwes in the county.as regsrds celghhor-Sj Valuable Arkansas L'.lUtl For Sale
ihood, situation, soil, and natural advantages. For a market 3g sr OFFKB for sa'-5 Six Hundred and Seventy acres of land, in 5
nov 18 w3t
prs. fee $3
F. O. IliniT.
WM. HENl'.Y SMITH,
Nos. 10 and 12 South Market Street,
DR. J. R. BVIST
J-JTJ) ESrECTFULLToHers his Professional services so the pro-
llPXi pie 01 naanvtiio anu viasity. ,
I utfics sod Residence Union and American Block, No. 4 North?
Cherry Ftreet. pevlO-tf
PERIODICALS for sale by F. TJagan, 41 College etrett -i
Frank Leslie's Gazette of Fsshion for December, the Bud: '
-tnf s?nn fr v..n,her. and the New York Mercury for Novem- :
her SO. 'tutreceivtdt rabjcrinUoni taken, and single copies sold .
by V.UAClAaiCcJlege street. A
carden it cannot be surpassed. A bargain can I hid In it. Ap-'fl B Randolph county Arkansas. 'Sid Iandfrontson Blevenpoiat
aiTcr,ouc bhc ww . w"' .... . ....... -'
onBIaCK Blver lo wmcu lucr. lauuu ijuawsv uaiia.uuu
vear round there Is one hnndred and seventy five acres In av
rood state of Cultivation. If desired the plce is very well situ
'itfAtn m.vtwoi4tilemenU, There is a rood new hewed lot
dwelling and out houses, ana is atnnasnuy waterea oy uie
of 8prings. If desired there will be one thousand bushels of Corn
sold with the farm. For further Information adlrets.
Al. tv. AIUAUIA.
Oct! 4, 50-dtwtw4ws Blrck's FtrryMrk.
SOOdoien Oysters, whole and half cans of ' MaUbyV atdi
4 Field's" brands, for sale by
GUNS ! G U.S I ! GUNS J 1 1
MACE Y & II AMIliTOJf,
LVo. 47 CalleRe Street, NasUrille, Tenn.,l
i rjAVS lust received s superior lot of Sporting Pieces, made!
jsuB- meiroruer oyme ceieo.tea una uaicers or JCngland
fine b.cud 1 win, male by Mollis sc cbeath.
Fine London Twist do Mortimer.
Fine Lamenated Steel do Greenough.
Fine Wire Twist do Collins.
French Pattern Lamenated Steel, madeby Collins.
Lamenated Steel, unvarnished, stock V!ry fine, by Greenough
Common Wire rwlst. Double and Single Guns, bv Kin-.
Tht se Uuns have been put up with care. Every gun tested before)
teingshipped. They are assorted sizes and lengths, end well adapt
..i iu ..v n.u.i ui iUV luvrmuca vi mil commcniiT.
They have, also, a larn assortment of Rifles and Rwr. nf
all kinds, Deteoger Pistols, Shot Belts, Powder Flasks, Bley'sj
fine Water Proof Can,. Baldwin's and Bi... flnn w..mi-
gaSportlng Powder, Caps, Pilmers, Duck Snooting Powder, E ley's!
MjAMu, irc iartrigcs lorueer snovmg, cuargea Wltn DUCS, shot I
mi wuit.11 wc invite uie aiwniioa 01 lue puoiie.
FURNISIIIIVG AND FANCY GOODS
rTTB are now receiving a fine assortment of Furnishing
n V uouus, 01 wnicn wa name ail in 1 every van.tv nr n&t.
Sterns and latest styles. Collars, Qlovu, Sosnenders. Boh. Neck
IVies, Pocket Handkerchiefs. Umbrellos.UNDRBWBAB every!
tiicLj.ii.ony ieiu,UAA,r Iiuaei el cotton. wool. uerlno.anil3
iCashmere TBAVBLINO SHAWLS, Gauntlets of Buckskini
anu van, etc., ior sale by
' J. H. McOILL
TPST received, a beautiful lot, of all descrlntions. oomsrls S
f. 9 ing Plain and Fancy. Ivory and Tortoise-shell hevls.of dlf I
1 ferent kinds of wood, among which are Rbony, Rosewood, Battan,9
oioiucca, ana nnaieooae. jror sa.e oy
OCllif J. 41. 41ttJlL.Lv.
S. P. Anderson,
No. 35 Union Street,
X&ASnriLLK, . TSEXESSSE,!
Has a large and beautiful stock of 53i
pilIXnEItY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, &c.
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRU)E
OONNBTS, BIbhons, Flowers. Featlers, Ruches, Trim
M-9 mmgs.neaa xiresses, saney uaps, etc Also,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
Steel Spring Skirts, Bosom Shapes, Embroideries and Laces. 9
trench Corsets. Ac. India Rubber Wax and China Dolls. andS
bAoysot every description, fancy uastets, itetlcnles, Portemo !
Lies, cosps reriumery, se .arc. e
Bonnets bleached, pressed, altered and trimmed In the latest
and most rasnmoame style, and an other kinds of MIHIneryl
work doce In the neatest manner; Stamping ot every variety oil
Kmoromery asc l.ramior on unen, uuslin. Cambric, Lawn
Silk. Cloth. Telvet, Merino. Flannel, tic. Materials and Pat I
terns for Braiding and EmbroHery work kept constantly orJ
hand, and for sale cheap. Wewould respectfrjly Invlts theatfl
Itsntinof the ladies to aur assortment, and for good bargain4!
ana a large block vj seieci irom, can at
9. a. a;ih;u.m.t?
Lace and Fancy Store,
No. 33 Union Street,
novS d3m Na-hvllle, Tenn.
A FINK FARM
CONTAINING 480 ACRES OF
iValuablo Lnnd Tor Sale.
21o acres Cleaied, and In a fine stata
IfTOHIS Farm lies one mile from Jones' Station, 03 the Win.
i I cheater and Alabama Railroad, nine miles fross Winches
ter, and three miles from Salem, in sranaim county, un ins
I Farm L. a mm'ortAfcle dwellins. rood negro ca'.lns, and all
!neemrriicKiim. Close to the dwelllagls afioesprinr. a
igood Cistern, and plenty of ne-er failing stock water. Tbe land
lis Ji Ji,!, aoa. ior cui.n uu.uiiui oy any
hntheeoontr. I nronose to sell this valuable Tract of Land.
i,i,l wnnl.l r.trr nmni who wish U know about It. to John P
ynbite Nashl'ie. Aenn .or voijar. niscDester.orthev
Ecan refer to me on uc pi cwjcj.
uahisi a. WILLIAMS,
octSn-tf Winchester, Franklin county, Tenn.
STTA11, a ,a,t "torD from New York and other Eastern
H dlies,witha large and splendid assortment of Amerlcaa,1
irrencn, Annua 'w4" aujta, 10 ua siia eneap. by wnoie
siecr retail. gu.. kobkbtsos,
nnT.dtf VnlT ,K1.I.
P R Country Merchants will' nlease nil And TAln bfnrw
fpurehaslng eisew cere..
GODEY FOK DECEMRER.
fy-IODETS Lady's Book for Dectmber,Jut received by
VJT XIAQAN JOHNSON,
nov Perlodlcol Agrntf
lSCts:iZ2. tSs sT oloiison.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND
I.Vb. G Union St., Ittteeen Market and College Streets.
4 BE constantly receiving all the late and most popular
Books and (heap soblltatlons of tie day. Call and sea
I .he following
I Renlab By Angnsta J. Brans, of Mobile, Ala.
Adam Rede By Geo. Ellat, author cf Scenes sf Cleri
iRnnrr'St. John, Gentleman, cf "Flowsrof Hun
deeds." In the County or s nace ueorge.lVav A Tale si
Out ol the Depths The Story of a Woman's Ufa.
I II lack Diamonds Gathered In the Darkey Homes
lilnyard Taylor's Travels In Greece nad
iiiistia-wna anezcarsien to Crete.
IlXeraoirs of Vidocri A fourth, and large supply.
Tli a a Sliminlns' Window; anil ether papers Bw
Mrs. Mark Peahody.
Lore By Uichelet,
Ax. cc. Ac. Beceivtdby .
HASAN ic JOHHSOX,
OctlJ Booksellers. No. C Market Street.
I S" HATE now oa hand, and am recaiTisr syery week. Us larti
Lest Stock of
That can be found In the city, coasixtlng ef flat
Dress, Frock and Over Coats.
Iigreitvsnety of styles and qualttlea. Manyotthecstatlrelynt
tnd desirable styles.
Alwialarrelotof under rannenls. ef wool. UVmr. nu
ao, e. GEO. B. ABBOTT.
"'y S.33 College Street.
JUST BXOXITKD, a large andbeautifhl assortment of Gold
and Velvet Paper, of the latest and most fash less
ible styles, with fine satin and SLglaaed Paper, Window Car
ains, Ac . which we are offering very cheap- for Cash. Paper
Hanging done In the bast manner. C. W. XXAOBS.
Union stiet. Odd JIloV HaB.
LANS FOR SALE.
'yUIE subscriber offrrs for sale seventy acres of land on the
JL XMdleTraLklinTurrpike, four miles from Nsahville. U
.olnlng the tract on which be resides and the lands of Cagt JAa
tones. The land Is equal to tha best, with shundonee ef extat
ent. never failing water, with the tsjt beautiful building te
niae coustry, and ln the raldstoftha Bnest nelrLbcrhood in
teW- anrIK WATHAWIB1. BAXTHPw
WESSKL & THOMPSON.
Hermetically Soaled Fish, ic.
100 dozen Fresh Salmon, Lobster", and Mackerel, put up in?
Twbole and half cans. KecelVM ry .
3 WRSSVL : TUOMronv
B ACHG AMMON Boards. Dominoes. Cheiners. and Chess I
Boards, a great variety of other things Jost received andS
orsaieny J. 11. aiouibu,
Ladles and Gentlemen s Furnlstdng more,
octl I Cerner nf Square and College 8treeU
BrjnniS being prepared expressly for cleaning 11 rer and Plated
9 I ware. Brittania and Tin ware. Mirrors. Marble. Olldinr.
juouw pains, uarnage aiouiainrs. it is invaiuacie ine beat and
cneapesi arucie ior me purpese. saceun per case.
oct 13 ji Auno.i Ai s aiinuiiits.
CttDBl 'S VAHXS BOOK FOR DECEJIIIEIt.
SD'23(?BiPH0N8 lecelvedani single copies sold by
T a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Nashville!
i nmmmAi low jui.a auviucuu v . . -. .
day declared out of the rxtffltsfgr the last six months, payable!
on or after th! SOW IHS y ii mu.i.,
t f BlTSHELS Peeled Dried Peaches new crop andaveTS
Oil superior article, ta arrive to-day from Georgia, and for,;
f. a- ..TMa.V .1.1.11. I-I. J 1 ..
sale, oy AlXiliAi, iiw At, w- w.
noY.l -: oa.uaaiejjiaiaci oircet,
LARD I LARD 1 LARD
A atTPKBIOR lot of LardiffK nd ); bbls, put up eiprese"'
Bra. iyioriaau.y use.aaaiadrS'i ior bu at no.ic siarxsi
Etieet,ty . M W0gB3fcW,.i
DR. KING'S DISPENSARY
FOR PRIVATE DISEASF3.
vsvpSa DB. KING, formerly of Nw Terk, for the last
Uii -" .... vonisville. KentBeiy, and who has
devoted his attention to the treatment ef private dl4t"f tot eve
.m... m... ki i. t,.rt.atUndeiltoa practioe fr
,. j t 1 T, n nt 11 sr 111 III snr I IS s . , . - , .
many yean, and cured so many thousands, he U eaahted U curr
Malldiae.of a rrirate n.ture. w 777'
irom injudicious medical treaituw i'v: ,-Z: A ZZZl
and the Square, -here hecuresjjll djr " WVJS:
CoNoanrA cured without naadous sediclae or lAterfcrenoej
6rX.b.0cTCSof eld er.rerent date, slrei ta f,.
rdays, hy an operation wnicn cAar.u" j -ouitLuro
P BrSSif-iS Se" iS-rf out ef neg-
l s..,., WcaV partlcula'attenlloa having Uen t&n La.
I..r ...ii Uiaconseottenwirewiaf out or it. hronshE
IiTlnor Vs by the destructive tabiU of Ineoiisidwito
ronths and essessive Iwlulgenot of the passions, a nrgteet oj
fwnlch will und ermine the eonsuiuuon. rendering in subject on.
'ntfar business or soeMJm" y.ujMuw v.u 4c
lB VXZrZZ. lTb, laboring with any difficulty ot the Womb
, .Mnra.inf immediate relief.
I PersonsresUmgabroad.hywriUnrand stating their case, with.
fa f "osXiltwSSl W s-" ?trkll strc
v..t,it. T.nn..will have the neeeasary tsuticine sent ta tswir
faeUress,wlthneeesaarydbecUoiii. S Lrict secrecy oiacrrvL' OlXcf
hoars from So'elock In Um saarals j uau; 9 La the trw,lJr. .
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