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Hour la bags SI 00, half bags,
ma HIM-nrr Hi M x 3 5.
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Eagle do " 2 TS - " ' 1 40;
Corn Jleil, per tMbeU Lflu- Mixed Bran, peruO tb-, SliKl.
. SAILBOAD SCUEDUJLilJSj
N ashviixs and Chattanooga RinjWAD :
Lerfc'JrKg&Yillo at 101 and at 8, p. m.
An-lve at 12 a. m. and li d. m.
Both trains conucct at Stevenson. forJIemphis
exet-ptthe train lea ring "Nashville Saturday
Both trains connect at Chattanooga with trains
onrtheEast Tennessee and Goorcia-road. and:
with trains on the Western and Atlantltroan .
rn..it j: '-- - . . .
.t. , Rallnviann Donlr Fnnl. Frazier. Gantt. Uuy. iiarris.
fThe-dsv train from FvhviUe connects at Tul-Iilcbb, Ingram, Johnson. Kennedy .nM.of An-
lahoma vitli the trafn on the-McMinhvillo andKdBnon. Lea, MayfieUl, KL"iSE'
iiri;i,-w,.i gRSewell.Trevitt. Vjinghn, White. .of Uickson, U llliams.
Thej'day train from Nashrillc-'cnnoctg at
Bccherd ivith trains on tho AWnehuster and
Alabama road for Salem and Fayetterille.
TEn&ssmsjD Auuuvjl Raiuioap :
Leir'e"NashviUe at 7J a. m, and p.p. m.
Arrive at 10, a. m., and 7, p. m.
LoSarrtTEixo NujuvitJi RiiLnoATiSew
Leave Nashville at 5ta..nL,and12gg p.'m. ' The
morning train carries the maiLl . .
Arrivc"at"12, night, and A, p. m. The evening
train manga t'e mnil.j
ErxiEriELn jSt Kcntcckv RuuioAn :
Leave Nashville at 2, p. m.
Arrive at 10, a. hi.
and Fourth PaRes.
First Eaobu Tennessee Legislature i- -Supreme.
(ttrtPe'cisipn ; A Bill to Establish a General Bank-
Fpnrni'fUoE. Church Muic ; The Great i8tcrni,orein named. That no part of the capital stock or.
FaHuro: Spain and Morocco; A Mothers Grave :SBproperty of the corporation shall be withdrawn or
via - - ... y . .tKS .... ..........
Tho FamUy of Joe Smith ; " A Sea of Upturned'
Faces-j The Gabfonua Senatorslnp.
The Legislature SevcntU Wee It.
In the .'Senate on Monday, Mr. La-r introduced a
iill tdamcnd.tlicfree banking law, which provides.
lsW-that-anr bank in this State organized under the
actrBfiSSS, 1U "a &c right, as it shall deliver
its circulation notes to the Comptroller to be can
celled.-to receive from the Comptroller bonds dc-:
posited, corresponding with the amount of mites re-.
turned for cancellation, provided the Comptroller
shall retain a sufficient amount of "bonds to keep the
outstanding circulation of such bank at par; 2d.
mat eacu uarut arauuig iiscu ui iuc jiuiirgviu v
visiorisliall, until the expiration of its .charter, con
tinuc to pay to the State the same bonus it now pays
for tho common -school fund, and shall have tlie
right'in.thc transaction of its business, -to pay out
the notes of any specio paying bant in, tins state.
The bill came up on its third reading on Thursday.
and on motion of Mr. Kicuaimson, was laid upon the
table, bubscquently a motion was nraue to recon-
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aider the vote laying the bill upon the ta"ble, but nogt
further action has been liaa upon it.
ln'Ute llouso on Alomlay..Mr.rAKni:i.r 8 resoiutioiiMg,,, of the i,eg;siature.' This resolution was re-:
appointing a joint committee of inquiry on thei
ubjectof purchasing an executive, mansion for.
the Governor of the State, offered the Monday pre-
Tious, was adopted. Subsequently the Speaker
made tho Committee on the part of the House to
consist: of Representatives Faiuuiij.y, Gn.U!srii?Mf -
Sukid, Porter and Jouxso.w Mr. Morris lull toH House hill to regulate the practice of obtaining
ivneal sections 1019 and 1020 of the Code, rolaUngMWI.;t3 of crl.or passeii on Jts third reading, Mr.
to tho common school system, was considered. Ke-tHoarsox't, bill to establish a general banking law
presentatives Bick.vki.1. HEnn, Shxthr andMAVFiEi.i,fcfiin tllis sute,was made the special order for the 23d
Advocated its passage, and Kexnept. Irkvitt, lw-:
isp 'and Trewhitt opposed. The bill failed to pass t
tho second reading by yeas 20, nays 37, Mr.
JouxsoxVJbill'to abolish the State Geologist and Min-
erologist was considered. Kepresentatiye MoisruisI
advocated and Representatives Kwiso, Caldwell,
"WinTE of Davidson and Beatt opposed its p.issage.
The bill passed the second reading by years 31,
In the Senate on Tuesday, Mr. Stokbs offeml a
series of resolutions providing for the printing fftered, sliall be subject to such general laws as the
2,500 copius of the final report of the State Geolo
gist, which wore adapted.
In the House on Tuesday, Senator Mixmh hill to
authorise the Chattanooga Savings Institution to re-js
move their office to Memphis, was passed the third
reading. The Committee on Banks reported -i bill
establishing the counter note system: preventing
Hanks from paying out any notes but their own; al-
lowing principal banks to pay out the notes of theirgRt.nresentatives JnN.RSi Fakuku.t, Ewixo. Brazei.tox.
Lranchen; niaking branch notes payable at the prin
cipal bank as weJl as nt the counter where issued;
compelling the principal hank to keep its branches
supplied with circulation proportionate to their cap-
ital; and causing traiumUslon of accounts between
the parent and branch bank as often as once a month
Mr. Whituobe's Mil was made tlie sTR-cial order
for Wednesday, the 23d inst. Mr. Dtl'LEr's bill to
payowners ofslave for slaves executed, was amend j
edby Speaker WnrrnioRXK o as to provide that
where an owner shall transfer a slave lieyond ju
risdiction he tdiall lie fined in the discretion f the
court, and be liable in a civil action for the bi-nrtit;
.f Jne party injured, to the extent of the full laluej
rtf the? slave. Mr. Gaxtt had leave to mcopomte
lio ..linwin? section in his bill on banking: lie it
farihrrrnnrled. That lianks and the business of bank
ing in thi ttaf f slwll le subject to biich general laws
ais the Legislatun' y. from time to time, t-naet,
louching the fame. Sweral resolutions proposing
nmendnvents to the Constitution, which were the
special order for TnMlay,,were postponed to the 22d
inst Mr. ForiiV hHl to do away vith pistol gal
leries, failed to pass the second readin; by yeas 2:,.
nays 39. Mr. Yacohax bill to repeal inquKii',rial(
powers granted juries in certain caes. failed to'a"
the m.tikI reading by yos 1. nays .10. Mr,
Grkex's bill to increase the lay of witnesses wlm Ho
out of their county, failed to pass the second read-,
ing. Mr. Riciiabpsox's bill to rt0al a part of sec
tion 29C of the Code which reqnires agricultural so
cieties to raise and loan SSOOhefure obtaining State
aid, failed to pass the second reading by yea i 21.najv
In the Senate on Wednesday, Mr. Trimbix piv-ent
od memorials from the Planters' and Union Banks,
praying a renewal of their charters for twenty years
from the 1st of January, 1SR3; and introduced a bill
to revive and extend the charters of these Banks, in
arvnnlanw with the nraver of the petitions Mr.!
W0!i introduced a bill to prevent tile sale and man
factureof adulterated liquors. The bill provides
that any person detected and found guilty of the
practice of adulterating liquoi-s. or soiling liquor
adulted, sliall be subject to fine and imprisonment :
that it shall not lie lawful for any person to sell al
coholic or spirituous liquors without fiitt appearing
before the County Court Clerk of the county whercj
such liquors may be offered for sale, and taking an
bath not to mix or adulterate the liquors offered for.
sale ; and provides for the prevention of the manu
facture of adulterated liquor and for the election of
a competent chemist, or inspector, who shall hold
his office for two years, who shall inspect all liquors
offered for sale in his county, and give certificates
to those persons who sell only pure liquors ; also,'
flat tho inspector shall make an inspection oneCj
airery month, and if he discover any adulterated
liquors he bhall inform the District Attorney ot llio
act, who shall prefer a bill of indictment against
persons offering Mich adulterated liquors for sale.Ktj1(, yt ivnnessee and Georgia Company have dune
-Mr. I'BTEIW bill to jiivventthe annoyanceoi n cejg,,,, ti. t,or side of the State lwad.
viLirroes traveling on the railroads in this State,
coming up for consideration oil its thirt?. reading, the,
Conmiittee on tlw Judiciary recommended a bill in
lieuVwhich was adopted. to amend the laws in
fprce in rulation tw emancipated slaves and free per
sons of color," which contains very stringent pro
visions in regard to those classc. This bill wat
tnado the special order for the 1st of Deermlier. j
Jir. ST0VAI.L S 0111 l" HK-reaM.- vuf rn-, ....... nj
Treasurer and Secretary of State to $2ilK a year
was rejected on its third reading, by ayes K we
-n m.- .... Miinn flip bill was ivcorn,id-
AJU. SUC ioic . vij v . . yi.
S1 an.! the bill withdrawn by its author toS
amendment, who returned it Friday and it w.ij
'wade the special ordered' for tlie 22d instant
Tn ,T,n IIn. nn AVednesdav. Mr. Baukshalk Irom
Hie Committee on Free Xegroes and Slave Popula
tion, returned House bills 19 and 30, with a bill m
lieu of the two. which provides that no free person
of color, between the ages of tweuty-oue and fifty
years, shall reside in this State after the 1st day of.
llay, 1SG0 ; lor the arrest 01 tree porMms i
,l,o gnu. miMitinnml iii section 1st, and that
iVn Attornev General shall prefer indietments ex-
officio, and also the condemning of the same by the
,.rt onJ sale to the highest bidder: for the sate
. ., 1- i ..... , . ml Tin fnoi UPPATin of COlor
-jiy tae 'uierik-sus , - 1 - 1
,v - , nftj,r ti,aB
6hall be auqv. i - -- eg
fnvthe paving ot an costs accruing uy im,
..... nf tin. nroceeds, and the remaimlor of the
1hHSv J w "
proceeds pAidinW Uu common school fund of the
. a.. .t, bi-insr out of all free persons of
cuauiv iui w .... '--c t
color 'over ten and under twenty-one unt. the Mine,
r- ,,; for minors When tney arrive
ttwentyne-RDd that tlie same U.aU leavothe State,
.- .1. ' ,nnti.a thereafter: that thU act simu
,i.. -t.fi,w xvlth the law of the Code
W1UV av. 3 j, '
. -11 rtifitfli.r onalavcmcnt; and lori
the payment of officers aotmg under this act
J The vote on Tuesday rejecting hjyeas 20 nays
35 Mr. Fords bill repealing eectioos 284 and 28o
f ti. Code, mvimr SC.000 year to cacu oj wf
'iaion lairs, was reconsidered. BcpreseniaUras,
-ir..v-.n,Unvi advoetted and Representatives;
T "siMas - ' -
.Shew, BicsskU, Hcrt, Lea, Ewlso and l iixiamm of j
iit-.imn. omwsed its passage, lueomjc ...c
lleond reading by yeas 38, nay 53-Mr. . Far-
maat re8rvlm? to tha Lealsktaro Uio right to alter,
f amend pr repeal the charter was rejected by
H Vet IV AfrMtar-c tta Vr-ftf Perrr. Baker af We&ldr '
...v. -r W? r-..,' .&
iiarituaiet uayieas, ueaiv, waurcwjMiwwu, vwhuku,
vmui uito)ii, wo, -ru-, . v,' a
TTnrria BoH Tnm-im. Johnson. Kennedv. Kincaid 6.
Tax .1 IN 1- L'ahH V1wiviaHli:nn I -I
I n.l V Tt 1 . t . r-,.-S
Anderson. tea, jiajneiu. avail, iwioens, oiieiu.
ith, Sowell,"Trevltt: VaufehahTWliite of Dickson,
gWiliiamsof Franklin. Villiauis of Hickman, Vood
land Speaker Whuthorne. 35.
t Jiavg Messrs. Annsirumr, .uicKneu, nictisTC,;
SBraielton, Butler, Caldwell, Cheatham, Davis.S
Dudley. East, Ewjng, rarley, Farrelly, Oiuea- a
Sii?f Gorman. Greene. Havron. Hurt, Jones. Kin-t
ScAidof Claiborne. JleCabe. Jlorris, Jlornhis, Nor-a
man, Pickett, Porter,' Richardson, IiUsell, bentcr.'iTiiEii's immense sale or rurniture, Carpets Matting,
Arewshurv. Trewhitt. Wlute of Davidson, Whit-
Smore, Williamson, 'Wisenerand Woodard 3fi. ,
An amendment propoting to.'altacli an mdi-
3 vjdnal liability clause to the bill was also rejected
Tm.Mposra n.iVpr.nf Pcrrv. Baker, of eakly,'
. . p.niutt Rritton. Critz.4
rKimuiu. jmtiim. aci4, i""v'" ,a
of Franklin. Williams, oi liiuitmaiu nuuaa, anu
Speaker WliiUhorne-. ., .
lton, Butlir, Caldwell, Cheatham, Cowden. Divis.
Dudley, East, Ewing, rarley, farrelly, Uillcsnie.
(jrOrman lirecn. jiavruii. nun, noura, jveiiuur, jviu
caid. of Claiborne, McCabe, Morris, Slorphis. Nor
man. Pickstt. Forter, Richardson, Russell, Senter,
'irewsbury. Trewhitt.rThite, of Davidson, Whitmore,
Williamson, msener, anu noou i
;The bill was amended by providing that the prop-:
ty of t'w company herr .by incorporated, shall be li-
.ihle to tlie same tax that property of the same spe
cies belonging to the citizens of the J5tate is nowp
iahle, fir may hereafter he liable. And provided
urther, that each and every citizen of the State,1
who may be able to bring himself within the pro.
visions of this act, with the Bams rights and privi
leges, under the same liabilities and restrictions
appueu to any purpose, but tne legitimate uuswess
f the company as provided by the charter, until
jail the dehts of tha Company arc paid, and if the
jSjuoard permit the same" to be done, or fraudulently
r wilfully mismanage the affairs of the Company
that loss occurs to the creditors of the Company,
then the Board will be individually held responsible
for such loss. Dut the Company shall not commence
tHl half of the capital stock is paid in, and nothing
Pi)iall 1)6 received in payment of capital stock but
old and silver, notes of specie paying banks, or
property at fair valuation to be used in the business
lof the Company, and that if corporate property be
not sufficient to pay the debts of the Company, then
the corporators arc to bo individually held respon
sible for their proportion of the corporate debt, pro
vided it does not exceed the dividends received by
such corporators from the business of said Compa-f3
W, and that the capital stock shall not be sold with-i
ut three months notice, by publication in ncwspa-M
ers of Jletliphtsand Nashville. m
In the Senate Thursday, Mr. Petbrs offered a rc-fU
, ,. lWinp;n ,.tiiat. :t ;s .;,,. nnecessarvi
,neipedient to create any bank charters or re;
KScharter any of the existing banks during the present
BCtetl by tho following vote:
Aves Messrs. Hildreth, McNeilly, Peters. Thomp-
'son. Wood and Speaker Newman 1.
Joes Messrs. Allen, Jioyil, IJrailloru. IJumpass.l
iltinter. Johnson. Lane, .Uinnis, McCIellan, a ash.
Itichanlson, Stanton, Stokes, Stokely, Stovall, andi
inst The bill reported by the Committee on Eg
.. . ... . . -" . T, x - . 1 ..'II. 1 . 1 .. I 3
li.lllKS io luiue tne uy janK. in asiinuu iinu mi-
Bank of Knoxville. was passed on its third read-
In the House on Thursday, the Memphis and St.
'Louis Packet Company bill was further amended by
(providing that the stockholders of said company
shall 1m? individually liable to the amount of their
stock for the debts of tho company, until their whole!
stock is paid in, and that the company hereby char-
Lcrilature mav irom time to time enact, touchinsl
steamboats, steamboating, commerce and navigation:!
and (he hill passed 'the third reading by yens 41.
!navs Ji. benator iionx s uiu io cnange tne iimai
of holdiiigthe Circuit Courts of Robertson county, j
wiii? taken from the files, read, and passed the third!
anitlast reading. Senator Mixxis" bill to incorpo
rate the Tennessee Iron Company was considered.
'Bickxki.1, Tr.Ewiirrr, and Hitler advocated, and Re
presentative ttiLUAMS, ot Jlickman, opposed tne
i.issage of the bill.
In the Senate on Friday, House bill to establish the
Seventh Chancery Division of Tennessee, after be
ing amended, was passed on its third reading-
Mr. Brunronn introduced a bill to place the sale ol
liquors in incorporated towns under .the, control 2
'of the people. After the transaction of a good dealjj
f nnimiiiirtnnt business the Senate adiournnd overE3
io Monday afternoon.
Tie House met on Friday, but without transact
ing any busines, except passing finally the bill au
thorizing the tax collector of Maury county to ap
point two deputies, adjourned out of respect to the
memory oi tue inraenieu i-iusiiuim, uii jivima; jgj
I. .1 , . 1 ,1 . I I In..
aiinrmng at ten o ciock.
We givo apace tn the following coinmunicationla
rom the Hon. Dr. Thompson :
To the Editors op the Union axd Americax
. . . . is
GrnVet.ien : We alwavs condemn empirics, sneeru
at quackery ; why shall we not acknowledge talent M
when we receive benefit conducive to our Iicaltlisa
and happiness 7 i-or my own part, i must acKnowi-ig
.... , ii
edge that I feel great pleasure in calling your atten-
itigtl t the extraordinary still oi nr. r-iuxn. anu inuj
IgiiX to. ii- is with the utmost confidence. I eouldW
tlo more believe ll lr. wusus laieiu neiore uaiiinj,'
... t. t. . ., .... in m
uii.n him. than I C011 btiiorp he moon to be made'
'nf green cheese ; but 1 have great f-atisiqction inac-j
Iknowledging publicly, through your column. Jpr
it he benefit of my frieifds, that Dr. Ealing has not.
mly the iiowcr of removing from the foot, by mere
ly a touch, the thorn that has crippled it for years,
hut more especially of coring (without the use
if a knife) excrescences that have defied the ordi
nary skill of surgeons. I walked in lame and came
out .sound, and hare continued .so sipec th.e opera-
!tion. He gave me no pain wuaievcj -. aim i juei st.-.h
nmfort. a blessing I have not enjoyed fjr many
.... , .t.-t T 1 , .,:.! n...nl.
rears, wnncver iiunKS inai " ""i" ui'ih
jlet them go to Dr. Enxxo and they will be rcatty to
isay mure than I have done.
Ky your finding space tor the above, you win
oblige, yours truly, Jas. L. Thomson, M. D,
Nashville. Nov. 17, 1SC0. PS
-..l T . ...... A ll'iT.Tuctnuj V5ri 1',-,-siilont of the
A -1 f.-. . Y. IT 1 1 i I I-' ''I"--) . .v.w - . - -. -.- " j
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, says tlie state-Uj
lm..ni ..f ii. n Him ttnnnncrn. Athtrtiser that "the Nal.-J
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ville andChattaixiOsa, Memphis and Charleston, and
East Tennessee and Georgia Railroads have pur-
jchased a trait of land upon th tj'sct Known as ine
heirs of Ihjyee. and will shortly proceed tq the eret-
T, . r.... t..... i-iinik
ilton oi rrcigm lyejiois mu? m
Lrrom ous. No such purchase has been made, and &
Jin. such improvement is contemplated. Col. uitk-
iiiiKs says the Memphis and Charleston Railroad Com
lanv. nr iii rnusion, are iii-mi. mm, ""T""'
WrraneenientK for the transfer of their freights, as
A la.lv oirr Miumlentof theXcw Yv;rlc EcenU'j
Toil -mrgots that tlie Bepuhliciii woiuen of thefe
Ncirth shmilil present some testimonial ol lljeir a
miriitiuii a -ilver tea service, for instance to Mis
l-oiii m:. of Harper's Ferry, the modern 1'ooaltonins
who interposed her lire between that of Thompson,
.me of lUv IJbown's men. and the frantic mob which
pur-wed h" inU the hotel. It will be remembered
that the voting lady M.t in Tiom icon's lap. covered
hi" face with ternu. ana suieiafcij ijim wiieiieier
. . . . 1 , . , i
tl.r moil hroncrht their cutis to bear; she ?ald fo tjicni
-For Cods sake wait, and let the law take itefij
.ii-.. " The writer enclosed rive dollars to
the subscription witli.
Tine leading journals ofNew York the Hei-ahl,;
1 !.. . ..-...-.1.
TiiiK- and Tribune eontamcil, one uay iasi,
fresh advertisements yielding for a single day'r pub
lication the asrgregntesuniof $2,:.00. Thecnormoiis
V.xu-iit to which the New York merchants have car-
icl their .idvertising system is undoubtedly one ot
he most miporunt causes of the great trade 01 that
eitv. .Now Here else la tljo worm " iu
Tha.nkshivino Dat. The Lebanon JfirsW says
lane drove of turkeys passed through thaMown on
- ts! lr.tli for this market- It is a good old custom 10
jeele'irate thanksgiving over a fine turkey, and it
our citizens will not be danrived of tho
privilege this year.
Fire. The Lebanon IfavU le.inis that the "White
Sulphur Spring Academy, situated near Home, Ten.,
w.m entirely consumed bv lire on the i th instant 1
Cause of the fire unknown. R
IIaoax & Joiisso.v arc in receipt of all the weck-J
lies of this dateincluding Jfurixr'siree profusely
illustrated, the XeJyer, with the beginning of a ncw
story, and Frank JjoMe'i J'kiorkil, Ac
Periodicals. Jxo. York ft Co. have received
Warper's Weddy, containing many fine engravings and
sintcresung ta-iua, lut usavjm, riumij
Vessrs. J. C. Cawugas and J. T. IIaxdoltr have
ynnwhased the Shelbyvillo True Union. VTe trust
Tha preUfivinary iSJtaalnatJfla of Mr. Aura A.
Hale, upon tiia cliargo of shooting and killing G. G.
PoKDEXTEK. feq.. W8 postponed yesterday, until
r.? t aeit. f tt l :i ,e tm
rriuaytmc-;wi uisu jur. aial,l. gave uau m w,uuv
for his appearance,
Wcawanthorired to announce R. W. JIitwood,
Esq., as a candidate for the office of Attorney Gen
eral, for the Ninth Judicial. District, composed of
tho counties of Williamson, Sumner and Davidson
Election next Jfay. ,
Special attention is invited to Messrs. Hardy Bro-
Feather Beds, FMotos, Bolsters, JIatrasses, Pianos,
ic, Ac., this morning at 10 o'clock.
Fever and Ague,
from TrUch mankind suffer over a large part pf tho
globe, is the consequence of a diseased action in the
system, induced bv the poisonous miasm of vegetable
decay. This exhalation is evolved by the action of solar
heat on wet soil, and rises with the watery vapor from
it. "While the sun is below the horizon this vapor
lingers near the earth's surface, and the "rims is taken
with it through the lungs into the blood. There it acts
as an irritating poison on the internal viscera and ex
creting organs of the body. The liver becomes torpid
and fails to secrete not only this virus, but also the bile
from the blood. Both the irus and the b8e accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitutional
disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the stomach
sympathize with the liver, and become disordered also.
Finilly, the instinct of our organism, as if in an attempt
to expel the noxious infusion, concertrates the whole
blood cf the body in the internal excretories to force
them to cast it out. The blood leaves tho surface, and
rushes to the central organs with congestive violence.
This is the Chill. But in this effort it fails. Then the
Fever follows, in which the blood leaves the central
organs and rushes to the surface, as if in another effort
to expel the irritating poison through that cthergrcat
excretory die skin. In this also it fails, and the sys
tem abandons the attempt exhausted, waiting for the
recover? of strength to repeat the hopeless effort another
day. "These are the fits or paroxysms of Feveu and
Ague. Such constitutional disorder will of course un
dermine the health if it is not rcn.ovcd.
Ws have labored to find, and have found, an antidote,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in the blood,
and stimulates the liver to expel it from the body. As
it should, so it does cure tliis afflicting disorder with
perfect certainty. And it does more, or ratLer does
what is of more service to those subject to this infection.
If taken in seasou it expels it from the system as it is
absorbed, and thus keeps those who use it free from its
attacks; keeps the system in health al-hough exposed
to the disease. Consequently it nci only cures, but
protects from, the crcit variety of affections which are
induced by this maliainant influence, such as Remittent
Fever, Cndl Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague, Periodical
Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bilious Fevers, Neu
ralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness, Toothache, Ear
ache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitations, Painful Affections
of the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis, and Painful
Affections of the Stomach and Bowels, ail of which,
when arising from this cause, will be found to assume
more or less the intermittent type. This "Aoue
Ccr.E" removes the cause of these derangements, and
cures the disease.
This it accomplishes by stimulating the excretoncs
to expel theiirus from the svstcm; and these organs
v.- PivrrMu i,.f.mn VmhitpH tn do thi thpir omce oi tneir
own acronL Hence arises whatwe term acclimatation.
ISfoAtj. , We
have great reason to peneve uusis a surer as cu
"itve miasmatic infection, than any otherwhich
has been discovered; and it has still another important
advantage to the public, which ie, that it is cheap as
well as good.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.
Price One Dollar ter Bottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
nas vtoh iur iueii &ulu ii-uuhu iui iuc tun. v.w.j
varietv of Throat and Lung Complaint, that it is en
tirely "unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its
virtues, wherever it has been employed. As it has long
boen in constant use throrghout this section, we .iced
not do more than assure tlie people its quality is kept
up to the liest it ever has been, and that it may be relied
on to do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
For Costivexess ;
For the Cuke of Dyspepsia;
For Jacxdice ;
For the Cure of Indigestion ;
JFor Headache ;
For the Cuke op Dysextert;
For a Foul Stomach ;
For the Cure of Erysipelas;
For the Piles ;
Foe the Cure of Scrofula;
For all Scrofulous Complaints;
For the Cure of Rheumatism;
For Diseases or Tin: Skix;
For the Cure orLrrat Complaint;
For the Cure of Tetter, Tumors and Salt
For "Worms ;
For the Cure or Gout;
For a D.nner Pill ;
" ' For the Cure of Neuralgia ;
For PnurriNO the Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensitive can
take them plcasandy. and being purely -egetablc, no
harm can arise from their use in any quantity.
Price 25 cents per Box ;Kve boxes for StOO.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, Statesmen,
and eminent personages, hnve lent their names to cer
tify tlie unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but
our Mwcc here will not permit the insertion of thern,
Tlie Agents below named furnish gratis our Americas
Almanac, in which they are given; with also full de
scriptions of the above complaints, and the treatment
that should be followed for their cure.
Tin ,.r. br, nut ofF hv imnrincioled dealers with other
preparations thev make more profit on. Demand S
J- -vim's, and take' no others. The rick want the best 3
aid there is for them, and they should have it.
All our .Remedies are for sale by
JO. O. BROWN & EVANS,) M,
and BERRY t liKSIOVILLK, f,"aT"le
H F. F ARNSWORT1I Ac CO . Memphis.
XTpSold at retail by all Drujgbts throughout the South and
"A A FTKENGTIICMNO
The creat.t ItemeIy l.i tli wnrM. Tlih n.r.Iw
i liTiili-j fium a berry known only to m-flT, nnl
rbfunr,ilv LuuiLiiifI villi feuuie cf (I.p moit taluaMo
ui-lu null riix, h$tt a nil ItaiLs known lo the imul
A m to, . ii. : IUaxid Kiot. Ula' k KimT, A it.i
ClIHtH IiK, VkLIjOW DUf'K, lANTirj.IO l..tSAf-
x hi lx a, Kw-tii ri.owLRi, uilli Mheri. imwnicinp tli
nto-it iiifetl'-iMf ifUtear Or Hie rrtant.un of Iiallh
n r known. It h nttUto? own re nirnly, A-tiriii Ai
r.if hy ii.it 1 1 ral Uvr.' Vht?n t:ik n, its infliioiitt ;s
fvli (-iirsiii through rvcty e'm of the IhmIv, inirifr
iivan t i.relenitiii tho cnrulHtioii -f tlie LimnL it
it :truri.i-t any Lilian ma tier in the fctumacli,
Liri uihen thf vlule aaginlatlin.
HcLSAS'S StaaKOTBENINO C0EDIAL
Will ffenally cure
nvr;r. cf3iri.i;.NT, m'srprsiA, JAUNptci;
Chronic nr tVorrou IJrliliT, nienr
ot the Ividiu-y. mid sill IliNrnsr
n-ili frpm a Disordered l.iixr or
1 Ifartlmrn, Inuard I'iIk, Achlitf nr Sjcl;nc5 of the
M.tnru-li, rulings Ri'nl t Ip IJid. Uu.l IV-o 'r
Swine tn,; iu tin Mpji I. ra'pltatiol of 1'ie ll,(-art,
J-'uIK.--t-i or Ut-iuht In flic Mi4iiaci,Suur Kructaliits,
''lii-kiii or Siill.icit:njr Forliiur wlirii IIiir ihran,
l)i u" ur Vi-I'iouim f the Slju and Kes, Nilit
Sit, Jnnird fVrrs. I'nin jn tJieSnwUirf tho llirk,
Clu-at "i Sil". .iiidd-.i Klashus of He.it, Drprmsion of
Spiiim. Ki i,-l.t'i:. ilre4iu-i, UiiigiHXf, p-sjMji.ib-nry or
aiiv N.-n.ius Ji-j-. Sores r Jllotcbi-s .n t-lciji,
i-j1 K.-n? and Aguo (ur Chills and t'rrvr). Jt mil
r1i 'in Ii-aw ol' tho Rbvi'lpr and Womb, wirh as
Ki-uiinal Wi'.iknr., ln-xlitinriit-e of rriiw. Slrin-p-inrj,
IiidiiiinKti.-n or Wt-aktess of tho V.'onib or
Bladder, Whites, t-tt.
THERE 15 NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT.
Tliis fordid will never r.iil mrnre any of tl.i rIioth
if eakrn ai ir tlini iio-is on each twlttr, in
Gt:rui.iii, Ktjglish, and Tri-m li.
P'ER A MILLION OF BOTTLES
II.itp been soU rfMl'n j!" last f!"c titentlK. s id In
rt" inbn bi 'tf'l-d Iii'uhii:. .-.ritiiTwiti-tniiioii.
V h". tli'-n.wtliioiS- fn..i;i!.iimrii'.W:" wlua
JIlL- .hi s .-lmiiK'.hf...:ii; v.rui.il Mill euro j-mi ?
Ho ron wiib tn Iv ii'iiltliy nrnl tn-ni;? Tiini t,o t
on.-,-. nu'S pt wmic of McLe.ur t'-irdial. It Mill
utin.-tli. ii Mid tn inorati your whol- - -I mti.utj;
a bllhv.nid iiuK-.tr.-lllUionori.!..! I.. H..w 1 1" -mk'
.n, aii-1 lli rich, ror Mouui of health lo
itii-uni ! ihtt f In-ek nsnin.
Lu-ry bottle is wurmntiil to frire sati.f4:lUin.
Wi -i t jMistf if otir cfiildn-n an- M.kU.pnnr,
or nlliu li-l i'lth J.-ii-.laji.tl rin-,l-iil am- i:r.iMriii,
pur liiema i)3ll ,i,jni;i fif tULi-aii'D rnlial. rrd
it ill nuke ih-ni hfjltby, (it. nud ntust. pday
not it muuMbt, !." :t, aud uu mil U- c.'uiiiu.'.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAICS.
rrriov Is. n b' iln:(fj)ss rr ilcilfr" isTionwy
ti io pItnnpiii yon Ktinit- lililft i-irij .ii.tlAtah,
wlii. h IlM-y run by cheap, by i.Wf l 1 .'M' "
P I. Ai-illl Ml. .1 lil"ll. Al for ?li-I,in. -"rellftll-ci
no- rnli.il. nnd tak't liolbinE rl-. It I'tlefilly
r. n: - lv tlis will nirlfv the blood tlKirongblt, and at
tn.- -.1-11- time ..trenstheii tlirt sy.tem.
;,,. t-.lU.i-o.-iifnl t-iken every iwrnint f.i-ii.u, ik
a tl it,, .aerrntlvs f-'V t'l i-lem ClniL and IrVrr,
. ;'-. r.-r.., . r in- are vsliint dirfasn. It ii put up
iu l.rtfe iK.tllet,.
Ji ice uuly i 1 per b.ittl. or c b .t tti for SS.
J. II M. i-i'AV.
PV.le rre.frietrtl of tit- 4'..t.h.iL
A'.r, M -t imh'i" Volenlih- (111 I. num. nr.
VrineipM Pi .. i on t!i omnr ut Tl ird apd l'.uo
f. M I. Mi-. M.i.
Keujiirs volcaiiic cn linxment.
'I in. flcir I.-n'mint ij. j ir. wouui.
Tlieoiv-tfr aie ee,fjiin turn tn- r-n-i-r. Tile.,
T r- .i -lliu.-i. mi'l R.i iiili.b- or fii-Hi-e. runily-
m . N "iniiru. W.ikne., i.f tlei ?Ihm I.-. I'br .iilr ur
Io i -nu i', v Uln-11'HAti.iH, SiltVm-- t.f tlie Joi-.t,
i iiu ; .1 MihH.m or I i-jnii-iil, Kuru lie or Tooth-.-
'o l-in. irain, WimiihU. FiihIi I'm. I lcei,
1 r .s it rAi.I Itrest.. Sorw Nipliie Iti-rii.
e' .' -I. Tli-oat, ,ir nn liillnliini.itioK.irrriMi.no
litl-,ei.. e,iv Heer, or bow lotl tlie til-wc 11. iy
hm i.t-.l cl.e..i'S Iati:ittam t-xisinvr is a
Tli-iii'in 1. of biimin Illni' l's e tieei w1 a Ufa
of ! "i-le ami nnjry jr tlm use vl 1-w 'uiulu-
aide lui-di, tus.
Kclesn's Vslcanic Oil Iinitri!r.t
Will nli-ve nail, e'eto-t intntaneously. and it trill
el- . imrif), and Li A the foulest soru iu nn iu
cndilly hurt li -J4.
Tsr Hoisss aid othsr Auljcalj.
M-Ijwi's crfJiMteil LiuimfMit 1 theory :afn id
r-U.ibl resneilv for Hi cuw of Sin, Run; Xk-ca,
Win-lipdls, SlSints riinturl Luun, Xmlef or
Sx-llins- It neer fail to cure Big Head, I'oll
v;t. IVtHVi. Old liunnintr 5ore. nr enr my, if
r-otriy apntitd. 1'nr f-prln, llnii'es, Peratclies,
Crarke.; Heels, CUfw. PaiMle or Collar (Inlls. Cuts,
S-r.nr Wotuid-i, it is or. iiihllll.le ivneiy. nj.ljr
it direeleii. and a cure i certain in hwv lnluc-
Then trifle no lonxt-r with the many worthies" Lin.
Iments offered Io ynt. Obtair a supply of I'r- Me-tV-an's
celebrated Liniment. It will cure yon.
J. H. iroEEAIT, Solo Proprietor,
(loener of Tliiril ami Vine- St.. SL Louis. Ho.
For sale wholesale and ro tall iiiNasuTlllei
Tennessee at Propriator prices, by Berry As Demorille, G. W
n..i,.v,nif mt .Tn. O. llenwn. and br everv respectable Drug
ei.tln the TTnlted State I WiW SU dtwlri
-a TTAVK In itnni a fnll aivirtment of Llpoipcott & Barr'seel-
woica wiu uo wiu
TO, Authorized to announce WM. O. BRIEN a cJ14to
for Attorney Oeoenlof ttie 0th Jaiidil Circuit, embrsoinir the J
counties of Eaauwr. Williamson ana JJitiaion.
tVearesnthoriiedtoannonnca CARTA. HARRIS, of Mil-
lUmson county, as a candidate for Attorney General, for tue ju
dicial Circuit, compated of thecounde of Williamson DsTldson
and Sumner. OetH-W
We are authorized to announce BAXTER- SMITH, Esq., of
Samner,aia candidate for Attorney General of this, (tUeBth)
Judicial Circuit composed-of th mantles of Williamson, Uavia
ion and Ennjiir.
w4 ire anlhorizeJ to annonnce Jas. 15. Raikcs. Esq , as a
candldalef4r the office of Attorney G'neral forth Ninth Judi
cial Circuit, composed of the counties f Williamson, fiumnii
and Drridson. Election in May, liCO.
We are authorised to announces. &. TISLKY.of Davidson
county, c a candidate for Attorney General of the 9th Jadicia
Circuit. .Election, Stiy, ltV).
j oas, o ie
FOR COUNTY OFFICUUM.
Wears authorized toannoflnce JOHN E. EDSIUNDSOIT as al
jsjianilidste for Sheriff of Davidson county at the next election.
fH oct25--td ; . jj
JS IVe are authorized to announce Jas. M. Hnrroi as a candl?
date for re-election for the oflceof Sheriff of Davidson county!
at the ensuing March election sep28 td
For Criralnnl Court Clerk.
"We are authorized to announce Cuxs. E.Dieooasas acacdlj
dateforCriminal Court Clerk. jalyS-ti
We are authorized lo announce Dr. E. K. PiTTiascx, a candl- j
dato for Clerk of the "rloinal Court of Datidson c juniy, st tht!
JeDSttinc March election. may25 td
We are authorized to announce JomfEnaxx, Eqr,as acudi-j
date for rj-!tlcn to the office, of Criminal Court Clerk at .the!
next March election.
We are authorized to announce Roar. II. Oaktbicll as a candl !
(date for Criminal Coprt Clerk at the euulng March elMtion.
For County Trustee.
Wears authorized to announce TltOS., T. BAUNDERS a can-
d'date for the oOoa of Countey Trustee for Davidson county, at
the election to he held in March. 18G0. ' ap5
We are authorlzxd to announce IS SAM CLABKas acandl-
date f or Coun ty Trustee at the ensnlng March election.
We are authorized to announce SAMUEL P. AMENT, a
g candidate for County Trustee of Diridion" county j at the nerl
S4March election. . Isep2-td
KS We are authorized to annonnce ITizii P. Borncx a candl-
i." .l.ln,,. IV, a (T. .r f.... T , TV. : 1 1 - .
ensuing March election. oct5-td
We are authorized to announce JNO. W. MARTIN as a can
didate for County Trustee at tho ensuing March election.
We are authorized to announce HENRY L. JUSTICE as al
Ft candidate for County Trustee of Davidson couniy at the ensuing!
March election. octll dtd.
nnnE Proprietors of the GAI.T HOUSE, preparing fori
9 a larze Increuc of travel from the opening
and Nashville Railroad, hare enlarged (he Hotel to double its
JPformcr caiiacitv. with utw and extensive Billiard Rooms. Bath
ffl The public may rely that the well-earned reputation of the
jrgthe Landing ot the United States Mail Line Steamers for Clncin
eSnatl and the East, are within a sauare of the Hotel.
7i t . I. L . . . , .1 ... -.. , , i
points, nortn, r.ait ana Yi est.
llr rimo irom Louisville to new ertnonrs.
A iul Merchant Tailoring.
We are now receivinj a large and elegant stock of Fall and)
Winter Clothing; Coats, I'ants, Yeats, Boys and Youths' Cloth
inj and Furnishing Goods cf every description. Also, a foil andl
complete a'eck ot Cloths, Casslmeres and Vcstlngs, which wr j
will make np to order and guarantee to give full satisfaction
Call and examine at WARD, BIRMINGHAM &. CO's.,
octl-Sm No. SO Public Squire
TntORiMTAL Tausxaw, or Natural WtA-rnia IkmcatoxI
cjgro irs spontaneously upon the great Desert of Arabia ; it is in
corruptible, will remain in correct use and may lartcentnry al
it will foretell, in any climate, thro nghout the year, the various!
change of tht weauitr. ticentu four houri in adzance, and!
perfectly reliable. It is the discovery of Lotris S. TJllmak, off
Colombia, Term., and maybe obtained for SI of A. Stretch,
General Agent, Nashville, Tenn., or sent secured by tuitl by the!
discoverer fr S3 current money.
Hank of West Tennessee ar 1
MEMPHIS, The notes of this Bank still Le re j
deemed at Its TJuian Bsnk of Tenn eg at Nashville. dlw
One of tin best articles oil
the present day, for purifying the blood, anJl
imparting healthy and invigorating ton, to the human system. I
is McLean's Strenrtheninrr cordial and Blord PuriOer. Wt!
Ka know it is, for we have tried it. See the advertisement n an
Ler column. oai-uscl
It. A. Fahiiestock's Vcrini-
ECGE.-IIas long been regarded wlthfavoi
and confidence, by a large body of the regular medical profeiiiotj
in every Bute in our Union, as a ivreparalion vnturpattedi
by any, and Is daily prescribed by the most eminent phjsiefam
throughout the United States. During the long period of itil
continued popularity, spurious and counterfeit Imitations hanj
rrqm time to time made their appearance. Never has it b-erl
more necessary on the part of the bnyer to exercise a juJit.ious
caution in purchasing the genuine article than at this time.
rheK imitations are often so eloae in their external resemblance
to B. A. FiiisisTocK'a Vermifuge, as to be well calculated to pail
upon the unsuvpecting purchaser an articles which he nelthei I
wuhed nor Intended to buy. It Is not enough to buy of an ac
credited agent ; but every purchasermust use vigilance to avoid!
being imposed upon, and must examine every bottle to assure!
himself that be Is buying the genuine B.A. FanstsTocx's Ver-
ml ug. octAi-wim
Cautiou-Tlic artiplp oil
Whiskey now so well known as "Daly'i" Aro j
malic VallevWhisket," has estaWithed a reputation so mdrersail
His renders it difficult forthe manufacturer to keep pace with thrl
demand. TbU is the result of pers;verlne eneriry In Its Intro
duction, sustained by a determination adopted at tha outset, and!
neverforaninsuntdeparied from, that Its original purity andl
unrivaled excellence should continue to the end.
Ihe common fate, attendant upon all such successful efforts.
has overtaken the manufacturer. It Is Imitated by unscrupulous!
impostors, and an inferior and spurious article Is palmed ofTupCL
the cemmunity, to the great detriment of the public as well as!
injury to the manufacturer, both in emolument and well earned
repute. Kvery effort has been made te guard against this piracv
uya Copyright of tha Label, ajd by peculiar shape ofthe bottle.
I (viidiwithe public against this imposition upon them and
cpon my rights, ai I earnestly desire such information from
those who may possess It. by having been victimised or otherwise.
as will eaabje me toprobecf the public an 14 myself by prosu
tion to the utmost extent of the lair. Tha gennice "Daly's Aro-j
matic Valley Whiskey" is put up In eases o f J-? bottles each, with!
liehi yellow Label, and sealed with yellow wax, with the pro
prietor's stamp on the wax, and fac simlla signature of the pro
jMlprietor on the label. Al 1 other articles are imitations.
ITT Consumers can depend upon petting a pure article when!
they buy the Valley Whiskey, as it Is sold by the bcttle and In case
only vtai. 11. jjai.i,
i soum 1111am Birrei, new sorx,
sepl-dam flole Proprietor.
A sit the Physicians.
All medjeal irojn admit that Intestinal worms cause the death
rof thousands of children aknaallf, am) cntal njny (erfjlledis
L.Zeasrs on those whom they no cot summarM. oastfoy. p o anoii
ijgy thereiore is needed for lultoundnga preparation like n ixtx
HiCiMDiis Vxamrcox, which In three dys will annlhllare and
-Hcarry off either Tape Worms, Thread Worms. Round Worms ori
y JJjW Worms, and at the same time so brace and Intensify the di-
r it.. .,...,,' iv. i .' ..,' . ,. .1;.. . ., :
S'l'"tTl",Ft,i .v-y"j ? fvv,ttl v, .v
next to impossible.
Be particular and remember the name, " Winer's Canadlap
Vtrmifugt." This a the only artiplp that can: be depended on
For pale In Mew Orleans, wholesale and retail, by
? end 131 Chartres sfreet,
octlfidtwlo " olp proprletArS
A Dariluir "Iford.
If we were asked what advice we would give our beif friend qn
parting with him, we would say Be sure to keep DALLEVS
ifA GIOJLL VAIN EXTRACTOR always pn hand. You have
a sure, tale and Immediate remedy for a host of difficulties and
dangers. Onti lot Dallty't Mailou Pain Ixtraetot is
the A MI Ulterior ct all the remedies ever offered to the public
Kg For sale li New Orleans, wholesale and rttsl), by
j. wRionr& co..
No Si and 151 Chartres street.
Hnl.ni.enf. for the Keiith.rn Rttes. ni tn whom ell nnler.
CV should b addressed. loctiuistwim
The Great I.ntrlUh Iteincdr--
Sir James Clarke's Celebrated
R3' Jccmalc Pills
pjt Tr.It invaluable metlicine is unfailing in the cure of all those
painful rina riangeroHl dj;eases (o which the female constitution
Pais sui'ject. 11 miHicrates an excesses aiiu ramovp.au oosiruciioas.
II, ana a s.ceuy care may no renea on.
tl To .Harried Ladies
-it is especially sullen, it win in a short lime bring on we month
4 ly iterioil with regularity.
Ksch liottle, price one dollar, heirs the government stamp of.
Kvurea'. iiritain,u prevtnl cnuntcrreits.
WA r. a 5A.U"'iN- . . . , - a.
in&VTllRSE JtOA'TUdo'renanru,fet'areVTe to
Lvnestof snirits, hysterics, sick headache, whites, and all the
mlnful ijiseasej occasjoptd by a disordered system, these pills'
will effect a cure when all others have falljj.
n tun directions in me pamnhlet aroonti ei.-h naeka-e. whlohJ
E! , Iwtlle copulning 5U pills, and tncrpled with the government!
tit etarapof qres,f. Britain, cn b sept post fret) for 1 and six)
r .l 'ie
I-r, hote Atreitt rnr theVTnlt. ct.i.. na n..A.
JO It ItlOSES,
Recheater. N Tt
Sold In Nashville by Berrv & Demnvllle ntl O. W. Ilender-i
snoit, ami ell lespectable druggists. nov23 dftwlylns
... ... . i
A Card to the Ladica Dr. Duponco's Pc
s-ltnl If .1 1 V'Sll.. t ..w m.-A....., . t.t.tltl.ta f.,r re.1
I,. , " - -aw. . L1III.IL, M."w
IS mo. iug stoppages or Irregularlti:s or the menses. (
Kf The pills are nutliing new, bm have been uaed by the Doctor,
in his practice Tor many years, both in franafl snd America .wltn,
nnparatlele I success In every case ; and he Is urged by many
thousand ladles wl.o have used them, to make the pills public fof -tlie
alleviation ft thosesuUeringfrom any irregularities haeTer,j
nan s a. picveuuvj; io laaies wi)ose Iieaiui win noi tcj-uii, t.
If. crease of family.
eta " Pseirnant femalss. or thn.e .nnrtAsinor themselves to, are can-'
fee ilotjfda-aiB:tuiingpiltwhilelnthatcondition, as the proprietor
PJ assumes no re-pons;biiity after the abore admonition, although
f their mildness would prevent any Injury to health; otherslse
sj- wi. muuuutit'icii. uircciiousaccuuiriAuj - -
R Price 1. Sold wholesale by
rC. ,.m,- ,. rtn .
M avnin, rxi.sijijr.iui. --
3 Whnlemtle Ir-iti-i-Ht.. Nashville. Term.,
.To whom all orders must ha ti.iresv,i. Thev s. Ill supply the
K trad at proprietor s prices, and furnish show cards and circulars
K told ai reuti in Aasaviuit ny
E& DBMOVILLK CO., ooy. Church and Cherry streets,
rjj u UK.MJKItauorT.cor. Crdarst.tti'un square,
BEKCII & 000DLKT, Market at. epposite Union St.
J- STRETCH, corner of Uroad aid Market streets.
T.-ulies bv euclosmr s 1 to either or the above atrents, can have
E the above pills sent (confidentially) by mall to any part of the
eitv or country. I
it Js.JJ. .fleingreaienucomposlngtaesepillsaremaueinownioa
J every agtjni tcmng i?m. Tney win ten you mat me;
areretiresentedtp be. Ask for Dr. UunoncO'i
Pills. See th llgnature ot each box; yon trill then get aj
' medicine jou may oepena upon, yet perfectly harmless.
aiAnar ec uu., Agents 'or aicmpuis,
WILSON tc STARBIRD, AgenU fer lesnlsville.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. Nov. 1,1859.
WS have thltdav attoeiated with as In the Grocery business'
0 W. II BUILKR and S. J. KKITIi: the ttyleof the;
K firm, howevtr, will remain as heretolore. We are very tbank-j
gffultothe community for their liberal patronage, already be-;
P.. . . t 1. . !. t w. ma a... f.ltt. . . it... .It.nlt.
BltlWCUt lUVt tlwl. V.J UUt utett. HIMI Hhi.vu
with e-urnew aasouatest
nov.-d 4m KIRKPATSICK, KEYUB ft CU.
AVliat Cheer Vcast Cakes,
Jf-jREPARED from fresh Hops, make the whitest, sweetest
) B .nd mn,t wholesome bread known. One cak will make
i fourlarge leaves, of doraestle bread. The cakes will keep fer
cyan. No one who ever usea them will ever be without thtxai
15 cents pet doien: si ay per gross.
HANfc" NeXi: ANP EXCHANGE JC1SX
Bnk ct Tennessee., pari
Uank of America .-..VSldisj
Aqraters' bahi. pari
mercjann nana. .... ..par
City Sank. ir.
Traders Ilsnt .r
Itanlcof Couimerce. pari
Commercial Bank Idia
Dock's Bank ....ir
rixcnaDee uanx .'JUlis
Farmers Bank par;
Oank of Mid ile.Tenn.r.....rri
"Ji';PrI Uv-. -rar1
" Knoille.. par
the Union jkir
n . .. . a. "
uivcr iianK, siempms ...par
uan or UjmlnJje.. p-ir
" " MashTll e .orl
" L'bUhorco 7j.lii
Jcte Bank .. ...par;
" " Tazewell.. 2dis
neiiiYvu: ltank . -Mti
" " Trenton
LatrreixMhunt Bank- Soli
" JeJerson-..-. 2dis
Uani or West Tens. pa
BROItH AMD W0ETUU38.
Agricnltnral Rink, Brownsville.
CratralrUairlCof Tennts-f-!, Nashville.
! T rimen'ndlIee"anresM!nl:, Memphis.'-' -k
Mechanics' liink, Mnnpliii.
.)' l-mphls Favinn Ir.Uitutlon.
Ex hange liaok, MurfretntMro'.
Wiaen' and MmnfH-tnreta' Bank, ETnoxville.
Bt ik of East Tennessee, Knoxvillo.
Bank of Claiborne, Taewell.
some or oar nroters are ouerio; lii on the dollar for the notes!
i ine liaox ot jsaat lennessre.
. j Oilier Slates.
iBank of Ashland Jfdls
uaLk of Uui,tille i -Commeirial
; Piimers'Bkuf Kv ii '.'
iiD ot tne unio v iiy , I
uomraereial BankorCia.. '
Country Banks. 1 '
,Goaau . , .
of Kyfl!CS!!f"l,Aurast5 Insurance 'and
Bankintr omnany yi 1
llcS of Moliile ldls
Bukof Montgomery.. -1 "
Bank of Athens... 10 '
Bank of Commerce, Sa
Bine of olumLnj... ... I 1
Bank of Fulton 1
Tsatral Bank of Ala. 1
Commercial llauk ..1
;-rihern tiank of Ala .1
Southern tl.iok cf AI.V...-1
Bank of Middle Oeoigia-I
Btnkof Savannth 1; ' j
Bank ot Charleston .Jdis,
Bank f the State of Oi-), 1 j
Central Itailruaa sc liink
1 ncCom pariy . '
Bstik of Chuter.T
Bank of fl orgetevn. j "
Bank of Hamburg . y, "
Bank of Nebury -a "
Bk of the State of S.C.-)J
Bank, of South Carolina- '
Ezcanga Bank of Co-
lumbU. . yx
Farmers' & Exchange Bk )i "
Merc' 'ts Baik of . C ,
People's Bank of P. C i "
Planters' Bk of Firfleld.-s "
BoathTesternKailroad Ilk); "
State Bank, Charlestons "
Union Bank of S.C y. "
CityiBwk or Auusta -i "I
Marine Bauk. SavannaK .'i '
Meishants'and Planters' I
Mechanic' Savings Bk)a
Jlrchauics Ilk, luznata..
Timtr CutUrs' Bink. !- '
,Up(on Bank, Augusta i 'f''
Ban k of Commerce, Fred
Bank of the Common
wealth, Richmond 1 "
..Bauk .of thejOliLDomin
'I ionAlexuic!irii .1
AUNc Orleans Banii-ldla
"Banlrof thialley of Va,
Bankof North Uarolina aiis
Winchester . ...J
B ink or Vs., Richmond. 1 k
lt-i nk of Wheeling . ...I
Bank of Winchester 1
Exchange Bk of Virginia,
Norfolk 1 "
Farniefs' Bk of Virginia,
f lUcfimon.1 -1 '
er" Bank, Wheeling I
Merchants Al Mechanics
Baok.Wheellnz 1 '
Nerthvestein Bauk of Va.
Bank or Cape Keir... .2
Bank of Charlotte... 2 "
Banker Fayetteville- .5 "
i i&mjuof Wadeslwfo ...2 "
i7XSui3 Banks:. . .. Jdis
llountry KvitC--i- 5 '
I fjjttot the State of Indiana..dis
llltka. ! .
nfixiNOU : -5
All notes or Ihli State should
le conntersigneil by the State
Officer, being then secured by!
deposit ofSiato Stojkjf wh'n
Southwestern Bank of Va,
nit is not aone uey arcun
,.. par Silver ...........
....... ... JX prem.
4 prem .
, ............... x (lis.
... C5J; dis.
I Sew York, sijht
Boston, " .
Ji prem I
Philadelphia, " -iRaltimore.
pnOU prem I
1 New Orleans," .
St. Louis, .
Cincinnati, " .
par I4 prem I
par prem I
E 10 Acres, per acre..
. 90c I 120 Acies, per acre
60c 1 1C0 "
Tlie Hog Trade.
The Louisville Courier of the 17th says :
The ho.- slaughtering and pork racking reason has fairly com-!
laenced. with heavy receipts by the Frankfort and Nashville Rail-I
Jroads yestenlay aid to-day. In regard to transactions we have!
Iaot as yet heart! or any uectdeu movement, at bucrs generally!
ire refusing to contract to any greatexient at any fixed pi ice and!
Jtheir views are I-ir Ltiow uie prices al tne nrmen, wno are gen-
ierallr askinr S4 gross for fat hogs. The sudtlcn caaogeof thel
I xeaiher created rather snero feeltnz in the mukei, and our pack t
I:rt have contracte-J for 4 000 to 5,(1011 ho on Diivate terms, de
irerable hw ilarinirlhe week Irom X.eoanon, ly.. elearnl
that hogs are selling in Washingtoacounty, Ky., for 3 SU grou.l
iiut fatmirs are generally arm at zi. xiauina. iiuot at uo
iliuilitercd some ill) Xioa on Hundar. Monday Watkins. Hunt
Its. Co. anil HuUm.in. Duncan Ac Co. killed 1,200 liesd. Messrs.!
Owsley As Co. expect to kill a few hozs to morrow, nut Ihd
Eiouses will not cjmmer.ee lull derations until tne into 01 no-
Iremuer. We see it stated in a Lafayette, Ind , piper that thtj
I hog killing along the alush river will not comaience until about,
the uiiudle of Pecemter. 11-rrOi; this week and next large droves
it h cs are expected W arrive here from different portions of the
IStste, but we hire not yet learned what our packers are paying
B'fore this time last year a lame number of tojs had arrived!
i ind some houses had csmmenctU slaugtitetlng. roe pricea tneni
Ijaid were SOnett,
The Cincinnati Gazette ot the lalhsiys:
Tnera?kicz season has eorameneed fairly, from sixteen to
twenty thousand hogs having lieencut within the last eek, sad
the receipts a-e now iucreaing stt-alily, with favorali weather.
1 rue rece pis to day tierea,ouu newt iTtces openeJ at sa.oag:
1..11, and untinr a preMm e lor nog, 10 nil contracts, ra-.es wer
isrried up yesterday to SG. To-d.iy, hoaerer, with tvoorthre.
excep'i us, ibere were no buyei a at over 94.75, and not msuy at
that, whils- tli offering fi.r it. last of this week "u.l the whole
uf neat, mt thit firurj. were pretty free. The market miybe
cal.ei dull iu ii 75 per ibO lbj net for good averag: qualities
facers are cajtiuus. luevsee nomtng 10 ju.iiiv invesimenu
it current tteurs. There is no deuiiml or cmseiiuenee for new
product,, an-lltte pr'.es that could je rra'ized wuuid make a I0&4
upon hog. louht .1 Sa 7a There is a'.s, an atiseuce of the out j
die ir.fluei.es that were bruurrt to liear Ust year 'o sustain tbe
msrSet. and dealers arc not ditosl to basetheirnperations upon
uilicipations. Tueuemanit ijr anil ine value 01 pro-iucu win
-egulatj the price ot nogs more generally mis seasou man nere 1
:of..re Ttere Is a feature that parties who anj buying hogs In
thee tuntry sliouhlnstloso bight of. Therelsan impression tliat
in average of 5a woul.l ie site. Al tais ugure, or an etgttta to a
inatter mtre, the reiular packers would take bold pretty freely.!
ind lower rates are not i robable unless the lupplies, as the sea l
son advances, should indtcata a considerable increase In the crop.
For the next fortmiht Jj.i) l 3a.au maybe relied upon, with
tlie lireraium paid by si ughtererson live hogi.whlch is now4d
toSUcer head, beint equtl to St-!ac jier lutl lbs. As u.sua.1,
this Is Ihe Erghesl raarktl WC tne west. Ltralavins packers aro
but of faith altogether. Their views fall l-e.otr ii, which Includes
UievsiauiUfccriug, kiiu mcy suuw no utiusiiiou w totupcic tuiBri
iwtABon s,t thprices that are being paid here. In St Louis (a isB
t.,iierMt. wtin . n.ivani tu inv. li.i .rr nn th, n.r, ot nii-tfrt
it mat. 'ihe ugures fir the taree markets are as fallows:
Cincinnati (including premium) .
,S3 7i3tG 00.
, 5 U0,
iLjpuisviiie. ... .
3t, Louis. (si 5.00,
If this difference shtuld be maintained there wili be a larger
number pspked at tins plarx than last se .son In new products!
Iibere has been very little done so far. Green bams have met with
Ai0ddemandat7',but shoulders and sides have been ofered
jitfJvgO,'; without ttodiug buyers. A saill lot of new Uri soil
11 vjf. neaare nouung uprn wuicn to case a quuianon lor.
aew mess pork: S la is asked, but mat is a dollar more man buy
ers would psy. Th-re has teen a pretty good demand for old
sets pork througuout me week at JlJ.au loJIJ a tne inside
the prevailing hgure Old bacon has also been In fair request at!
A and lor saouiders aaa suet, jia-rei laru uuti al iuc.
The Louisville Journal of the 18th says :
The weather was rather warm yesterday, which caused some!
dullness Inhogs. Very few were killed. Nothing under $4 grrss
13 the CLantrr is offered now however for fair lots. We nt-lice
imallsale from th? hooki at Sj.75. In piece meaistl.e ooly aalcMassortmentof Cornices, Curtain Ptns and Rands, White Lace and
reported was IU.UM1 shoulders und bams made some days aro
i'i :Ld7Hcfrora the block-
the Cincinnati itazati ot the ljjth says: c3
The receiDtf nf ho?s to-dav reached G.f'QO head, and ajreffsrdsj
quality, we may lemsrk that it Is very "good. It was supposedS
taat the early nrrivsls would be deficient in flesh, Lut in,tea1 ofjS3
this the animals are well fatted and the great bulk or taem aver-jsl
age SOU lbs aad upwards
H rom tots It is to be inrerred mat tne entire crop will avcrageErjinches wide: and, also, a large lot of Negro Blankets, Socks,
wen. and oi course it. win be lar surerior w taai or lasiyear.
The weather has a softening tendency and so has the mirket.i
About SJAO head were reported sold at S5 a to"5.ts3 5.75 the
ilealing figure. Two lots sold at this price areraxed tiU to S3U
n,s. At me close, acd Intleed It was ihe case througcout tneday,i
ithere were more sellers ttan buyers at Sa.' for lots on me tpot,i
jthough the number hrre ucj.1,1 is not large, but packers are fori
jtbe most part holding back (or lower prices, snd mere aie nootii j
Iside influences to lake the Dart of sellers. For next week tha of-!
!ferings errrfs at 3 5.7J(, hut the test bid ws htarj of fcr At on-f
day was $5 pa, and no great number coti'd havbeenplicedatC
liuki. ine views ut uu.crs ruttc ituui , uuau io -- I
Within this range they would operate pretty freely. Somscfj
Isit year's outside operatois'who sold hogs duringthe winter IcrE
.Novemberdellveryatsutoju.'.'a, art nere rooting up louts al tnr
rite of aa50c per lUU lbs. Tley are selling t- ehogs. As yet;
very few.unc oi .packing oo account- mere was a. fp inquiry
for groan fluu, and sayen .housi)D4 pieces were dis.oosed oiat yt
gig "Cprer.'ar'e ar,xloi;3 to get enough to fiU their smokth,ouses!
and the supply Icing Inadequate to the demand, prices nave ad
I , ri. Ihi .n.ntn. rjl. f,..-. WO ...m . Ant.wA f
sbouldtrs with sales at J'c. v"e heard of no sales of tides. Sides !
and shonlders were oDereu lor J lonaay in acme cases al o'. andl
4 i.e. There was more inquiry lornew mess pom ana saiescouinitj
l'.. n,.,t.t i. mfl.ler.jte er tent at 111 y.1. hit t lj.4ia.l 1 7.1 ?3
were the asklnz rates. For 1UU bhls favorite brand SH aHwas
refused. We teard nsthipg sa(d about lard, latilil atooit therefc
vers up iiansacupps.
The St. Louis Democrat, of the 10th, aays :
Ashbrook & Co. have slaughtered 1,8.10 head and have enonghE
in their peas to make out 2,900 head. Tht asms party boughtant
unusuallv li-avv lot to-tHy of 115 head, averaging !ti ) Itts. i et,l
at fS jU f 1W) i also Ua head averaging ISO not at SS Theses
aro coufcldered Ugh nrlcas by country buyers who are visiting thei
city to learn the leeling among the packers. But with so much
depreciated pa) er in the community, farmers expect, not without!
r'asoa tn receive high prices. And as an expansion on the parta
.if th.Wei-.ern banks uenerally mav be looked for. they who buyl
m- - - . . . ..... . . .. . . . , n
noow may be au:e to et sun more money, sucu is it is, waea nicy i
(ell here after a whde. But if they sell in the Ktstern or South I
money li mo e valuable the price received may not be so satis-!!
factory to the seller, and as those markets have to be sought!
era marxet wnrre utiiH4icw n:icii .iiet.10 wui, "misj
eventually a goou opening is uu igriirmer usurcs.
Packers were on 'unange 1 uay irom a spies and uearcstawn.
111. At the latter point a commencement was made in buylnts
aogs at SI gros, but acessation was soon had. I'rohably it was
a rusa to stoo thi exit of tho hotrs to qther markets. At Naples?
Jnothing has JM been iou, ncr trill te ty 1 i)eoem,ter, though lastu
?J ear phasing was going uu uui-ic tnis. aue uuKS uave Baa w, tw
Imade from this fall's corn crop, and the acking season must
'necessarily have a late commencement.
The Cin:innatl Gazette of the ISth says :
yiour moved pore freely to day, but prloes were unchanged
ev. ..tM mmnrtsfll l.truj DQIS al 3-1 OL' lor soperitoe. auu S11BI
,c-. for extia. lteciipts liberal. heal was quiet but tue
K stocks were Ermtynem ai i.iu.ti 1,0 iwr priiiie wutut. auu tt,uu
ll lofori-ored. Corn was held at 4a3ltic Tne reoe.pts fall
(n short of the demand, prices tend in favor ut sellers.
Tennessee Bonds sold In New York on thel7tb atMSBl,
"showing a pretty heavy advance.withln a few days. .
Marucls by Telegraph.
CmstKNATi, Nov. 17 Noon. Flour steady sales 2,200 bbls
at $4 ). Wmsky salts..;!" 001s atsa;.e. uorn active no.u
Jtrs demaad an advance of f to Scents. Oals" quiet at 41 cents.
Sugar is in improved demand at !4 cent advance Prime 8 cental
Coffee 13i cents. Molasses 4a cenls.
E NrwYow,Nov. 17 Noon. ?Iour dull sajes 8,000 bbls at!
ll.WjS Oj. Corn'very dull.
Ntv OxLvass, Nov. 17. Cottoh Sales to-day 10.0CO bales.
tMIJillrur la'.Qllk. Sugar buoyant, fi?.'7i,-. The frost has.
'irlured the crop. Mess Pork dull, jl5.bVSI5S5. New York
tight Exchange, discount. Sterling, 8;.9.
naVfiiOcti3liCottoasUtr. Strict Middling Orleans, lOaf.
(Stock In port 40,000 tales.
Sxw Vax, Evening, Nov. 17. Cotton dull. Salei to-th
4.000 bales. Prices easier, but quotauons uncuangeu. aiess rorai
$la.0015u0. Sugar, lluscavado, 6','7.
I COOD Brick Ilonje, with six rooms, corner Summer and
Mnlltrv streets. Nashville. i
Also, the placo on which I live, fronting on Gallatin Turn-!
Spike 3f miles' from isa-Lvllie, containing bi teres. A geod
I bargain can be bad tn either.
Tn03. L. BRANSFORD.
I Corn und Wheat.
T WILL pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat d
D. livtred at tae t;iiy aims. d.a. iiuiiijirua,ur.iiav
No. CJIarket Street.
Superior Farmingr Lands for sale
A KUMBkR one Farm contalnlngbetweea 000 and 1100 acres i
; ML wjUin J ol an hours-ride try me ixuimueana aasaviii'j
kAiirharf.n-li!l.bvTurii3ike.cr theclty of Nashville.'
This Tract of Land is situa'ed In an excellent neighborhood,!
has upon It good Improvements, Is well watered for stock snd s
o.her fanning purposes, and is susceptible et division into two
or more places.
I Inpointot locatlon.sotl, water, &e., for stock, grain or to-j
, bacco farm. It is nnsumassed by any tract in the State.
J; Postomce, churches, schools, and Railroad Station con venlenej
v, to me premises. .
3 IvltU CM. HUvlU UUW g...... " ... I ,. m
ply to Jctn L. Sehon,of the finaofSehon & Merritt, No. 11 j
Cedar Street, or at this oa.ee. octig-astwtun
THU LOOIii VILLE PAPERS received dally ty
iaAtuut & siuuci au.t.
, LEAVE-vwoitni-vbv. f 1I4tM iK'Mr City5cs4!
6 press has arriveu, witliniates ot tho loth anu'9iu,-j
tudO in treasui-e.
The Provisional Government has- cone into full?
operation oy tne organization or both branches on
S the i.egulature-
oioc.c, Hie oovernor elect, delivered a messace in'
which he argues the necessity of the present ionn
tot uovernment until congress snail talcu action in
e reference to tho territory.
T. he miners continue to work in several localities.
illany are preparing Jor wnt qiiartejr.
A. D. Hichardsorr,of Hhlsl&istonSirviaJ, has just
(arrived from New Mexico and the Pike's Peakregioa
llle reports great excitement throughout New llexi-
l .'O on account ot recent Ir.iuan outrages.
I-it teen returning Pike s Peak emigrants coming;
SdOwn the Platte river in boats, have been drowned
! within a short period,
Humor of an uttcmpt to ltcscuc Brown.
AXASiirxaTO.v, Nov. 17. A rumor was circulateda
9 1 suspected participant in Brown's foray, has been'
released for want ot endance. l he idenutying par
Lies have proceeded to Wytheville for the purposi-
9 jf examining another suspected lugitive. Eeveral;
iuspected persons, mostly iNorthern peddlers, havttvl
li-eoenllv hfin ariHtM,l ut fnlrMnritfr t'oiirt Ilfiii4vl
ma it appears to be the intention ot the authorituv
.o.juace in connnemcnt all who cannot give a good,
I iccount ot tncmselves. A
Fugitive Mure fuse.
-Barxstarle, Mass.. Nov. 17. The case of the fa-
.ive slave, Columbus Jones, was resumed to-dav.
jfhe prosecution concluded their ease. The defence
!-ontended that the slare was an involuntary deposit
jji tho hands of Captain Bacon, which he was buund
m common law to keep salely and return. About
Jiwenty-flvc witnesses were examined. The defence
.nen put in, as evidence, a deposition taken in Hori-
Ida. Objections to the evidence were made at everv
,K)int, and. much testimonySwvas exc
ii4-nw nnn . i ..-. i i i . .-i ...... .,.t,.n.i-i..r.-
B, . l - " ' . 0 ... .1.1 . . t V. Mllt...... J.
, Georgia News.
Acocsta, Ga., Nov. 17. A fire last ni-rht at At-
anta destroyed several new stores on Whitehall
itreet. Loss one hundred thousand dollars. Twt
Jhildrcn were burnt
At Grillin a fire consumed six fine stores on Main
dreet, and a warehouse containing 100 bales of cot-j
ton. Loss $75,00U. m
ria, on "ednejay7 aTk' r1fii T1 iff sS? o t ""atlP llto': l
Alexandria. Va., Nov. 18. P. M. Great excite-
i;nent exists in this city in consequence of a rumor
tiere to-day .that lirayna reacuewasjittampteahui
itAfe'l still-born. Sliijhmona dfriatensfciteitfiat
$ariTMbfflt, who was arretted at 'tynciilfbnr" as
liuiiuu wiHJiueriuu fcuusctjueni rauucauuii uia
icts of the uefendantsb.bv tlSAwner of 5Ee iflivd
fould hajetie TlTKCtial anSSriinnal a'fflicTSwaf
in circulation that the rescue of Brown has been, orraSUver, Gold, Bras and Copper Leal and
iS'about to be attempted. Volunteers are assem-fa V T. . , j
uling at the armories. m
New and Unrivalled
TI10 most .ErncncIousJIi:oirctx for tltcg
Head now in Use.
This preparation has gained considerable reputation In thisx
locality, having bren used with the mo-t successful and gratify
ing remits by quite a goodly number of the cititens of Nashville
jind vicinity, who will unhesitatingly sustain nsin the excellent
iU4IUlCS WC U.IIU Ut IUI, IKI KU1CT1UU JCUfc . Pull
ilant Toxic restores the hair to Its original color, promotes llspl
I jrowth, arrests its falling off, temoves dandruff, and speedily
:ures all diseases of the scalp. The proprietor could ersily 11 a
column with cards from, our .best known citizens, certifying to
the great restorative and cleansing properties of the preparation,
but does not deem such a course on his part at all ntcesury.
1 Those who give It one trial need no further proof to satisfy thes:
that it Is what It Is represented to be.
Sold at the Drug Store of
DEMOYIXLE & CO.,
Corner of Church and Che.-rj streets,
ilso by W. W. BEP.KY U DKM0VILLE, & EWIX, PKSDLE-
(TON to CO-
4. C: &L A. BrBEECH
NO. SI COLLEGE STREET,
. - - - - TENNESSEE.
fr.iVE now In store a very LARQE and DE3IEAULE stock
Staple and rahcy DrjCoods,
For the FALL AM) WINTER TRADE. Wehave
very largeand varied assortment of
ESnu pner av tuica onera ny any nousein ineoiy. u
r.K.m,,..tn,0i.i.i.rrf. V.-.M. ..,1 swi s,.n.i.m.B Conignmtnts of Tennessee Produce sold and returns made!
Black Silks, Chintz figures, plain Black Silk, lil.tck Bayadere and
two floiineRl.eV Rllks. Arte Prtnteil rtT..tne.rii1 TVTiii.e ILnhesi
DeBag-, a beautiful assortment ofSjirirsySajilftd, plsinS
French Merinos, Satin face Merinosrareat variety ct Valentlas.
Our stock of H03IEIIT, both COTTON and WOOL, is very'
arge and desltable; our stock of Qentlemens and Ladles1
Woollen and Silk TLTuiidcrwear
is pariicuiariy uesiraoie. ,,e nave, also, a tpieouiu sttca otlj
Velvet and Clotlt Cloaklf SIuin-1-, of every de-19
nptlon, a great many very new styles Alaq, ajlarga lot or
flnef!I.flTIIS. ill enlnel- fin? remeh'.ml AT?r?r?5l?i 'B
New Style Plush and Velvet Vesting,
S3ATIXETTS and TVTEKD3. All those wishing to furnish their
Carpets, Oil Cloths, and Curtains,
Swill do well to call on asbefore bavinr.lswe think oar stock in'
(that line very superior,' consisting t)fCotT!on and Littshsyvery!
it .-. " . .f . S m m ....
aoeiiraaxesoi two ana inreepiy liruueisantt velvets, varpets oil
all widths, Canton and Coco Matting of all widths. 7A splendid
M iri,iI.n-,..ti.m,i,.i(.lk-. riLS,,
Wagon Sheets and Tent Cloths,
.. , .... ,
j Also, threeandfourpiyducksforcarcovera, fromlOto lit
Jeans, WhUs and Flald Osnaburgs, Plain and Plaid Linseys.
A. C.&A.B. BEECH,
octiM tf No. 57 College Strett.
NASHVILLE, NQVEHBEIt 14tb.
PI. TIE .SOrVGSTEilS
anst received by JJAQAN fc Ji
0. TJnlba Street.
rmvl5 . ' jmX
NEW music. NEW MUSIC.
LUCK'S MUSIC STORE.
Sweetly o'er my senses, ..... 35 cents.;
Call me thine own, - - - - 25 t
When from ray native hills I stray, - . 25 do
Anna Lisle, '.'5 tlo
Polar Bear Polka, ... . 30 do
Vmnnie W. 1 1 . . . TL1 ,1a.
Also, the finest selection of Gultar.JIusic In the city, call and
examine i'r yourselves. oeuil
ITIC.UULLEN fc K A V E ,
WnoLxsau DiixxRa in all eixm or
Faney and Staple Groceries,
fTTTINES, Liquors, Nuts, Fruits, and Confectioneries, also!
WW manufacturers of Candies, Cordials anil ayruna. At
we cannot enumerate' articles on band, wewrouhr mos. resoect t
fully request thit any one wishing to order goods incur line!
will altlress as for a circular, wrui-L sliall be tent by return mail. I
Merchants visiting our QtJ wl:l please give us acallbefonl
.,UU iuain Micei, AjOuisviiio, ny.
PUBE BOUKKON WHISK V. '
WE have on hantl about 20 barrels of PURK OLD BO0R-P
BON WIIISHV, which we will warrant to beroDavtue,!
0Ln. and the finest In the State. Vie are anxious to close it oui6
Und would le,gjad.lf thosts wanting aoraetliing really fin5,ands
good would give us a call: CAKlEK, WILSFqitD.&.COjjr-p
trsn.a MarV't SJreetJ B
' !dis.soiTi;ticn. " " fa
g3r" ffVIE Conartnerstlp heretofore existing untler tha style
w J. j.av.jautigi
er A- Ciit, has tils cay been ilisnolveiit
by mutual consent The ba-iness will hereafter t-e conduetedt
by J v . LANULKY, who alone Is autboriietl to settle tl.e bost-
ness or me late nrm. a. kuckbr, jk..
Nashville, July 1st, 1839. J.W. LANGLEY.
N. B The business will hereafter bo conducted br tha under-
gsigne at the old staud, 44 Union Street. til
THKEE VE-VKS OLD WHISKIES.'
h In score Bo-.iroon and Kyc'VVliiiiliT.
... .t a,.
hy us as old Whisky two vtars ao. pure and very j
Irte-1,1 liKI.liYKTT IL SMITH.
LS0, on hand Preserves, Pine Apples. Pickles, Toraati
Catsup, raures. Oysters, bardines. Lob-ters. A.-c . lie.
(Fruits, Oranges, Lemons, Rssins, gs. Currants, Citron. ie.
SCtierse. Urlwl Heer, Beef Tongue, c; Spice. Tews, tie .to be
'sold cneap, eitner wnoiesaieor retail.
now-dll . Nol.Marketdt.-eet.
X Z - jt., 0m
li. ItOZUIal. aV C.
T O 11 A CCO M A N V F A C T V It H U S .
ine doort abore I"Mer Wheleei, rfc Co.,
K.Peonstaotlyonhanil alarc andireneral ..crimen to
Virginia and Tennessee Tobaccos, aa'd will u-ll them 10 t
1(5 ,xr cent less than any regclar JolUntr lloun In New York
il'hlladelphla.orBaltlmore. SlorchanU t.vraillu-t,t our Facto
fry before pur-hasiug elsewhere, will save at least from 15 to 2iJ
J per cent can ana tee lor yourselves.
epISLW3m L. D. BOZELL g CO
Prince of Wales and Tiggaro
Areamongsta number of I7SE EBANBSbt
T . -
PinST RECEIVKD AT .T W
f1- . ' i ANpEKSOfJTS SO&CeJxI
Tobacco iif Cans and Cases,
Garret's Snulf in Bottles aad Papers
J. W. LANGLETS,
novB-tf 44 Union 8reet.
rnir.i rntl.l COAL!
A LLrteraon. w;.i.in sktner-tor srticlesof
!eof Coal should rallS
r at the Etna Yard and examine the stock It Is guaraateed R3
to rive more heat, male lest asms ARD siXT, and last longer,
i 11a scarcely any tmoxe or soow wrv outj iiHtnwtia
mcst skentleai. knowing they will be pleased. Orders can be'gj
!leftlnBoxM,Postofflce,cr tho Yard back of the Nashville and
U0TIJ a&.MJ-U salt, AUa.1 Aal Tl
id fl A E0XE3 NoH, WeslTOl this day, aad for sals byT
5Uljr nqvl(S--a. " HCOU'McCRIA&'CO.
1 t ,-J;'".
7E HAVE JU3I EECEtTED A SEW SUPPLY OJ
wirt ix; goods,
ought at reduced prices, maxln; our aasrtaeat as
wu" a COJIPIJETE
JuittheflrsUf the season, to which its Invite the special at
jteutlon of Merchants wjntinj recrultuif stocks.
cot n ir. s. rAKinr & co.
jn of tie Man and Jtortar. on Market Street, ep
I ma.,. ir: a. xr i ...,,
OFFERS FOR 3ALB AT THE L0WE3TPBICI3
LARGE SUPPLIES OF
French, Entrlisuaud American
VAliXISlIES, DYE STUFFS,
WINDOW GLASS, GLASS WARE. STONE WARE. tt. ic
. FLOWER POTS. AS.SOIt.Tnri.
CJURGICAL, DENTAL. SURVEYING. MIDWIFERY airf
K kjJ acl-r; InttrurnU. asaorted, Flne'Cutfery , Plj
g3toU, CancH, Ac.
f - Wj.l'l.A J.VII9)
lijj ' p 1 !V P. PPItuirinrnir
Tolle-.t Sosps. assorted; Shoulder Braces, Fishing Tackle.
- Brashes, all kinds; Plsster of Paris. Land Plaater. 3'oda,
Dye Stuffs, tt, tc., fce ,
SlIO'Ty POWDER, LEAD, ti,
Mixed Paints, &c Burning Fluid, tamps, fee.
FUEII GRASS SEEDS,
JIEItDS GRASS . .
BLUE GRASS, CLEANED.
FLAG&S O00D SAMARITAXS,
Large supplies lust receive-!, and being WHOLESALE AGENT,
of this popular article KKTAILKR3 will be supplied on tha most
Market Street, KashvUle.
1 e e 8' e
Blue and -Herd's "Grass Seed
IIlTNGAItlAN GRASS SEED,
IN SEED OIL
Star Caudles, Sacon,
i!CJOP, Tallow Candles, Cordage, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs,!
JiTl Crackirs, Ilch if- l
1 1 nave arrangeti to l constantly supplied with consignments;
of Ihe above and other articles of Ohio Pre.! nee and 31anufac-l
tore ami aolici a orders, Quaranleeiwg quality to t superior!
UOUEKT ITI OO It Ii,
49 Walnut Street, Claeianatl, Ohio.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP FINE
DOUBLE SHOT GUNS,
MADE EXPRESSLY TO ORDER
Foil THIS UTAKKF.T,
OF ALL GRADES AND FBICES,
Just received and for sale bjr
FALL Sc. CUNNINGHAM,
SfJl 47 PPBLTO SQUARE.
octZO InsMe Ira
A CHOICE LOT OF COUNTRY
; IN ROLLS,
. t VERY FKESII AND NICE.
K ' ItOBEBT B. BOYD,
fnovH NO. 17 MARKET 8TBSET.
fflSrfffi ACltKS of Land in Obion county. Tenn one,
gSJlP(l t act of 3it0 acres intersected by the Mobile and
-giOhlo B-vtlroa I. splendidly timbered; 250 acres cleared another
Extract of IJUlOu-reierit br tha Mobile and Ohio Railroad, and
3 miles from the Northwestern Railroad, tlx miles from the Mis-j
!sissippi River a choice tract, lam anxious to tell rod will
ivtj a insrKain. a. "..-
Tor further particulars refer to II. ECKLT, Kenton, Obion,
- : . - T sir XflttTIV
'county, Tenn. aovlo
I 'Nashville Union and American please copy. Irenton Stan
DEMOVILLE & CO.,
(UNION AND AMERICAN BLOCK.)
COBNEIl CllfJItCU & CIIEBBV STBEETS
N ASIICV II1I4E', TEKIft)
DEALERS IN '
.a - . 1
Drugs, medicines. Surgical Instruments,
Fancy- Articles, &c.,
' "A tine lot of
DISSECTING .CASES, jast received,
COLOGNES, of various styles and pattern!,
HAUL B BUSHES, assorted kinds,
ifiXf 1 Tiva sk,i TT.r.. iii. nrloiis iMEen.,rna voxes
i"Cr""r.,:.. v,Combi. Card Cases. Port
tier,.;.. rt,kt-t.-r!.'t.-!. sneJ kinds. Bachelor's Hali DyeJ
Itay Ham, Toilet Ponders, togetoer with many oihtr articles too
nunerns to mention, wnica wo are "TI.
thf lermt JJEMOVILLe, k. CO.
STKAW AND CAS FITTEKS,
NO. 13 DEADERICK STREET,
VASHVILLE, - TENNESSEE.
W w-rrrn have on hand aad for sale Sheet Lead. Lead Plre.BatSt
fa VV Water CloseU, Wash Stands, Lift and Pare Pumps, Ale
WprTrans. Hose. Hydraots. Block Tin. Gas futures. Sheet ZlneJ
IVattr Rams. Wrought Ircn. Pipes for lias and Steam, from U U
"'tsetses. Also, Globs Velvet, Check Talret, Connection Cocks,
lir Cocks,Gauge Cocks. Gong Bells. Steam Whistles, Elbow sand
liners of every description to suit the above, e. Parties In thr
tantry caq have pipes cut and tcreed by sending drawings.
N. B. Ag-nts for liarnoa's paten t Coal an 1 Wood Cooktni
Bangers septic u.twstwum
WIIaLIAlTI IV. KNOX,
Bell Manger, Locksmith,
KEY FIT TEH.
gf TAVINQ increased business faculties, I am
1 it 1 now nrenareil tn han Rells. tt KeVS. Sad
mate Locks to oruer. Annunciators, Bigoaa iseiis, suits apmmfi
abet, with patent Alarm Whistles, for uoieis, oieamroaia, no-;
moUves.and all other edifices, furnished and put Bp la good
a,t,nf th.tarfm.t.rl.1 .nlnn .m-.M, terms.
ALSO Re-gilding and rS nronltng unaaoaiiera, rmmnin
Bracketj,and Caadlebraa, for Gas .or Oil, to as to look equal tcj
nir Particular attention given to general joDomg. uraen
rom tne country prompiij- sucuaotw.
Corner Broad, aud Ctuorrr Streets,
mayit-dfctwly Nashville, Tennessee
Heating and Cooking- Stoves.
! have a fall sept
have a fall supply, of all the best patterrs, which
will tell cheap.
MACKENZIE & MTNCHIK.
THE subscribers to the Stock of tht Spring Street Bridge,
. Oamnanr sira rennested to meet'at thtf CtZc9 Of A. V. H.
Undsljy.Ktq., on Saturday, th 10th day of Beeemher next, tor
wparpose 01 eieewie; Kvai.. nxrlrranm,.
3E ny orucr Oi tanas. . v . ,u ,.) m.viar.
Ml 154. Vf. 2d suWK
or inosTos, o., si
DEALEB3 IS !" ' -
Pljr Iron, Car, Boiler. ?
and. Shecc Iron,. . .jji
PLOW SLAB 3 fcWIK&S,SAIL3,
STEEL, WCiDOWOLASS.ie. -1TAllEIXOOnS,
A'o. Hi Wat Sttond St., be
tween Walnut Tint,
FAXX ASO WINTER.
B. R. CUTTEH,
JTo. 38 and SO Corner f CoZtft ami Enadtsay, . -NASHVILLE,
Wboleiale and Retail Sealer In
Boots, Shoes, Hats, TrnnUs, Cap! ?
TJSXBRELIaAS, TTKIPS, etc.,
T3 ayaalni the very best selected stack or
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &C
For'sJl and Vfinter wear.
Ur stock for Iavties'. Mines' aad ChlUrans' wear save
selected with great can.
BOUBLU SOLED BOOTS AND SllUtS,
A general assortment of Oents'.Boya'sad Toaths'wear.
IIROGAHS AND BOOTS,
A very hri; stock ot Doable Soled Brtpni ami Soots,
GATS, CAPS, Arc, Ac,
Jast received direct from th manufactories ererr style ef
Oevts. Boys' and ChiHrens' Fur. Csasimere. Wool. Merino,
Trunks. Umbrellas, Whina, Carpet Bacs. Satchels, and Sad
ii i biiiiu.i, .ix.v.jiii.-isi, eccm
4,0OO feet f Leather and dam Belting, from 2 to IS Inchest
wide. Also, Lace Lealhar, Copper Burs and Rlrlia, on hand ant
for salt low for caxh atXoa. 3c and S3, corner of College Utl
gpg9 dtw:lyr B. B-CblTKR.
SOUTHEItN POBTABI.E PLANTATION
Corn Feed and L-lourlnr Mill,
RDRR Millstones of all sites on hand and made tonrder, SaaC
Mills. Mill Snlndles. Mill Gearllcr. Bolttnr Cloth of all
numbers, Dutch anchor brand, baiting, hoisting, and regutatlng
jcrewi, screna wire, picks and plaster Paris, and bn coated from,
the manufacturers, which enables me to tell best articles at low
f Being a practical mechanic, thoroughly UBderstaaainy th
theory and practice of Billing operations. Ml Hers and Mill
wrights will find U to their Interest to examine my ttrck awl
prices before purchasing. All goods sold by ma are warren tad t
AU orders ana uommanicanau prempuy aswnuen us.
F. a. BYAX,
Cor College and Bread Bti .Xashvllle, Tenn.
mh18 diet wtlJiD.
1859. FALL. 1859.
EVANS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DIALTtRS IX
FOBEIGN AND D03IESTIC
DB Y GOODS,
.Varieties, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats arc,
no. 1 nashville inn block,
WS are now In receipt of our Stock of Goods for tha TALL
TRADE, to which wa would call tho attention of filer-
ctiHiitn visiting this city.
Possessing superior advantages la getting up our Slock for
this market, we an prepared to exhibit an assortment of
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARI
That cannot be surpassed, and at prices thaUrill eompebj with any
imatxet. KVAX3 ot CO.
Hisaic a. anixt. mix sr. inir. Taos, sissos.
ABBAY, GIBSON & CO.,
151 Public 'Square, Nashville, Tennessee
Dave now to Store a very larye and ctmpUU ttodt t
Hats and Caps, &c, &c.,
I Which they have purchased cnur, and which they will WHOL
8ALB at very low prices.
Hj Qreat inducement offered to Cass Bctxes.
JJj3 ThU Stock Is large and of prims quality.
IJJ3 The usual Barter taken la exchange tot Gooea.
IO The best makst of Cotton Tarns for sal at manataetar-
Fera price. aVBBAT, GIE30X A. CO.
283 MAIS STBEXT (IX TBI BSISSLKT BLOCK,)
SirrEMPHIS, - - - - TENNESSEE.
8vCB charge for selling Cotton, Grain of 6 very description
i 9 Paeon, or any artlc't of plantation produce, exeept Tobaa
Kca, it H4 per cent, upon tho gross amonnt; for the latter 5 per
tfcent.will be charged. Consign menu are solicited.
We will unorders for honsenoia or plantation supplies care-
Kfally and promptly.
H Having a targe Warekasse. centrally located, we caa furnish
Rstorage for articles of every kind, for sals or for shipment, opon
jreatonable terms. Intaranc always effected, unless advised to
e the contrary. Special attention will be paid to the receiving anil
forwarding of Merchandise. marlT tw6m, t
IrjnilK copartnership herstofoietxUUngbetwee-i theundersiga
1 ed,Bdu7 tnestyieoiouiiuiisv. al,ub.v, wasnsoleo ay
mutual consent, on the 10th last. Cither partner it fatly aa
thortxed to sign th name of tha firm In liquidation .
Nashville, Oct. 14, 185B. Q SO. C. AU-KX
TnE ondervlrned have formed a copartnership under tha
style of BUB.GK 8 WANS, foe tha purpose of transact- .
Ing a general Grocery Business.
a. v. uonus.
On retiring from business, I solicit a continuance of the pat
ronageofmy friends to the new firm of Barge tc Allen.
OCtladtf MKV ti AliXitiJI.
T. O. SC1QK.
BURGE & SWANN,
axd sxaiatu xx
nn AN DIES, WINES, CIGABS, cVC.,
ICOR. COLLEGE AND CHURCH ST3., NA3IIYILLX, TZSIT.
S ZIJ ait now In receipt of a large aad well assorted stock of
I W Groceries, Liquors, ice., to which ws Invito the attention
1 taa trade:
hhtls Louisiana Surar. 150 bblsBaltimoreandLoriisiana
100 bbls N Y and Philadelphia Coffee Sagar;
Crrshed eugar. ooisisairamoroanaiiaLBiariii
50 bbls X Y and Philadelphia Loaf Sugar;
Powdered Bagar; 25 bbls Baltlaiore and Phlladel
500 tacks Rio Cofee, S3 da O.G. Java Coffte,
100 do Lagayra de;
250 bbls New Molasses, f50 ten gallon kegs Gold. Byraw
JU) X bbls do - Mill da do
100 ten gall ken de r
300 bbls Dean's ex. Whisky, 00 bbls best Sobtrtaon eosnry 5
100 do Wllshirt's do rVhlsky,
75 do Ward -. Cary tls Kyt at Bourbon do
S do Sr-jth'toM resemdo 100 bxa Longworth'l Catawba ,.
25 qr. pipes Sherry t Madeira Wine;
Wine; 29 ( casks eld Burgundy
5 K P'pes JeanLoalsBrandy; Wins;
S pipes Holland Gin; 50 bask Champagne Wine a
bbls Alt: 10 bbls Vinegar;
35 casks London Porter;
Together with every other articles usual kept In the Grocery
tne. loctIi.il BURGH 8WA3K.
Fublic Sale of tots at
THE undersigned, Trasttet of the Pezsacoia City Compsaj-,
ha vine determined to hold a sale of portions of their lota
embr.ccd In various parts of their extensive prtperty, " - -"
give notice that such sale will take place on the 5th DAY r t
!C EMBER, 1859, at the Compsay's OOce la he city or ' .
Thd object of this sale, which Is the first of a series, la t
mean, tn ......l. ,ha Imiw.Hntmt nf tlw, teniliutM In
Hcemmeniarate with the general Improvement at Pensaee '
,to tiss certain and early completion ot tne .Montgomery as 1
tacola Kail KosJ,antl its vsnous coauecuan wim jlobtJe, -Mm
ou -and the Northern Ball Roads.
I Terms of payment, one laird in casls. one-third la ora .-w,
one-third In two years, in Dotes bearing seven per eent. lateral
or the first ssvea per cent, aiortgage bond or the AUMsa assa
r.orida Rail Road Company ot Vlorida will be takta at parka
lien of the notes.
A ascona sale will take place In dne time, when the )IeniToerT
knd Pensacola Rail Road shall have been farther advanced to-
s?ardscampletion, and ween IU Innaeaca shall have been moie
widely felt aad acknowletlged.
uuakuks A. DAVIJ.) Trustees oi in
SAil'L JAUDO.N, PeotaeeU City
WM. U. CHASE, ) Company.
Pensacola, lr53. novll dtdecS
r. tnnsnta. a. Hcrraxxa.
GKISIIAIU & IIDTFAKEC,
(Saccetsors to Smith, Lovefc Co.)
Forwarding and Commission IS3rcIi(tBte
53 socth suxxrr rrazrr,
WS are nor in receipt of a largeand well asaorted Stock et
Groceries. Ltiquors, Jke . to which we Invite the sttentlnn
t the trade:
20 hhds Louislaaal 100 bbls Bait. Crush'd aad Pow'd
10 box-s Loal; imjbfcls at. Louis do do
300 bags New Orleans Rio;
150 do Choice Baltimore,
TOO barrels Pfka's, Dean's and Chenarth't Whlskleti
400 do Bourbon, Rye, Moaoagaceia aad ialth's Old Bt
200 da Country made. Lis cola lUbertac s, ftc 1
75 pkgslwmestle Brandy
SS pkgs French do
SS do Ginirer.BIsckbaTysji Caerry dt
10 ao Holland Gin:
15 casks Port Wine; ,
SO bbls Sweet Malaga Wlnei
400 boxes Star Caadlei; 175 kegs Tobacco, all trad eat
"2O0 half do dt do 100,000 Cigars, aa
ISO qr dodo do 30 chests artra and Black Tea
aviso, a goou sjaoruaeu. ot rep per -pica, uinx., soda, Jcc
Wanted 20OOO buahe's Dried Frai ta
oet3-dtwfcwlT QRIEBAM k HHFTAKXB
psrriSTIEDAT rasmlog. a aLady'a Gold Anchor
JT Watch .with the nam of Edward Tarre, Bravd street,
and the No. 9S0S lnld aGold Chain, LocktUSey and Pitt
were attached. The Witch was lost on tias Pllc-caiaart or tn
l!a vicinity. The finder will be saltahly Trotajbi leaTtagr
4tiLle.S I 1X .No-OMaiketstreet. ,
TlSba racket Cow
te, t s, Si.i.i.