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NASHVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1859.
-. NUMBER 204-
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA It. It
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
OS AND ATTER
SONBAT, NEXTjJDLTf 3rd, 1859,
Passenger Trtr will tin a f oUow i
leave Nashville it IMS A. M. and B P. M.
" -BtsToBen at 5:30 A. M. ami 5:38 P. M.
ArriyeatCt!tlincEat8 00A.M and 8:0u P. M.
ifi.i GOING WEST. -
Xeava Chattixoopa at 2:30 A- M. and 2 SO P. M.
" 8tevenonat5:33 A.M.aud5:3U P. M.
Arrive at NaaCTUIe at 11:50 P H. and 1 30 P. M.
BOTH Trains jntking clos: connections East and 'West at
Stevenson, with Memphis and Charleston and other Ran
inroad ta New Orleans and other Southern titles. nd at Chatta
jra "tb the Georgia 3tate Road,.ndby It with otfctr Road
runnfng through GeorjU, South Carolina, and Alabama, and
with Ke t v. Tennessee an d Gee rjrla Railroad at Chattanooga, con
necting link In the Virginia rente, to Lynchburg, Rlfthmoad,
EalUmerr , PMlauelphla, lVashlton City, Kew Tort: anC other
' ' Through Ticcrta may be had at any honr on arplieatlon to
Ticket Agent, at oslee at Depot, u u loiiowinir Iacer,m:
Hec Torlc, Tia. East Tennessee and irgirja rente Ker York,
Tia. tJurjnuaf rzuiaaeipuia, aaiimure, iiaartinston Uttr,
Petersburg, Kkhmfcol, Lynchturr, KnoiTille, CLarieaten, Sa
rannah, ilaean, Auporta, Atlanta, MontKnuerr, lfuctTille.
n m T " t, vi. II i . -1 . .
. uiiau unvuutit junauui., .irw vneas I irginia ppriDes, ueer
UnJsj jUf JU1 MA4A JUCMIUUIIIICt
InVlItf E. COLE, Superintendent. .
Tennessee und Alabama. ItafJroad.
and after MONDAY, Jal -Ith, 1HS9, the Trains will run
aa loiiovs .
lefTe NasaTlIle7: AMandlSOP JI.
- Arrire at Columbia 10.30 A 2X and &10P&I.
Loire ColcmUa7:10 A Mand 3.-S0PM.
Will leaTeNathrtlle 7:45 A M.and arrre at Columbia 1030 A M
r m leave UAiusMa Ji V il, and arrive at Nashtllle 6:45 P M.
june-io-ur. w. O H. PEUKIN8,Snperintendent.
BALTIMOUE AKD OHIO:
Great National Route.
THB5IINATES AT WASHINGTON AND
Baltimore en the East, and Wheellnj, Benwood.and fark
r rsburgoathe West, at whkb places it unites with liallroadj,
West, SoutIfvcat and Nortli-West.
Tar to New Ycrkaad Boston ONE DOLL AE less than via any
fVro Tralks leave Wbeettn; daily, S:50 P. M., and 11:30
Direct connections are nude by these trains
Vor all tbo Eastern Cltlcci
TbislsUieoalr rrateto IVashinrtnn c.lir.
Passengers by this Route can visit Baltimore, PhibJelph!,
J ew York, and Boston, at the cost of a ticket to Boston alone, hv
ThrMth Tielafs to the Eastern cities can be procured Tia
ti Mwuftwu v-iij u iuffiuKiiai cnarge oi 5 uu.
Uuiek time and sutseoamelions.
Inquire for tickets via the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, at
E. P. FULLER, GeriT Western Acent.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
W. P. Smith, Master Transportation. PI4
hi caracrrr or this kod is KowcQsaLTO axrixniKcosiniiT.
TIIRSIE THROUGH ,
- . BETWEEN riTTSBUItO AND PniLADELPIIIA.
jt-IONNBOTINa direct In the Dnie1 Depot, at Pittsburg with
.oftntRn Amua.nKuwi wwCTn utiles lar l'HUadelpma,
New York, Ileston, Baltimore, -and Washington City ; thus fur"
.iM.ii.fr. mi ir&uBiioriaiin oi i aasengers caur
need fxr epeed and cimrort by anv otlwr route.
Express and Fast Lines run through to Philadelphia without
Vlu;e of cars r oen luctors.
making Cars are attached to eich train. Woodruff's Sleer.ine
f . . L... -.B... V, - -
t liljr, Mail and Fa: Line Fundari excepted. Three Dally
(wuvQaumwinAiviic, 101.. r.xprcss ana 1-asii.ine cun1
lectfor Baltimore and Washington.
itxpress Trains leave Pittaburg 2 A. M., arrives at Philadelphia
w .... v. . ivi, JVU r Jl
kail Train leave Fittstiurg 6 4.. M., arriving at Philadelphia 11
P. U , New York 4 30 A. M.
M.utuc ic,c9 .nisimrK r. .-u., arrives at riuiauelphla r
oaiitKrarr ai c.ju a. ai ew iork ":ju r. ji.
Six Daily Trains between Philadelphia and New York. Two
lally Trains between New York and Boston. Through Tickets
allRall arc good an either of the above trains
Boat Tickets to Boston are good via Norith, Pall River, or
Tickets Eastward may be obtained at apyof the Important
ytllroxd Offices in the Vest ; also.cn board o.'auy or the regular
Line of Steamer on theMlssMnpi or Ohio Rivers; and Tickets
Westward at the OiBeee of the Company la Boston, New York.
Baltimore, or Philadelphia.
Fare always as low as by any other Route.
ASA' FOE TICKETS) Y I'll 7SJSUJ2G.
The completion or the Western connection of the Pennsylvania
DIRECT LINE BET WEEN THE EAST AND
THE GREAT NORNII- WEST.
The connecting tracks by the Railroad Bridge at Pittsburg,
avoldinsall dray are or ferriace of fieieht. tocthor o-lth
Jng of time, are advantage realily appreciated 6y Shippers of
PmieSM(pingEa,twarawiU find it to their advanlare to
(hip by this route.
For Freight Oatratftena or Shipping Directors apply to or a J
areas either of the folio rtac ageats of the company ;
D. A. STEW IUT. Pittsburg;
Doyle i. Co.,Stubeatille, 0 :M S.Pierce 4: Oo.,Zane5viIIe.O.;
JJ JobBtuo, Riiiley. 0; )l. MeNeley..Manvilie, Ky.; Ormshy
It Crapjer. l'ertaiaouui.O.; Paddock & Co., Jeff-rs.mrille, Ind.;
II W llrown & Co . Ciuciunati, O. R 0 Meldrum, Madison,
Jnd.; Willuun Bingham, tmi.xiii. i:. j w n-. i
Cairo. 111.; I. V SM, jl. . u, j , , Joh0 n nu, Nesliville, I
Tnn.; H.rris tlluat, Meui,hi., T.nn :01arke & Co.. crucajto,
111 ; W1I II Kooi.ti, Alton, 111 : Nurphy h. Walle. Dubuae
w . Ktgi.fc .i,uui vi ivAiirgaas ii. uiuertiiL pomi, iix the
West. j , v
Tito Greatest FncititicKof lernd for iOlro-
tcctiou and juctlp Xr.iiportatiotiSI
And Geod AeconibodatioiiB with uul privileges for pcrjoni
traveling in charge thereof.
By this route Fn-irha of all de-criptieo can le forwarded
Iron. Phil v.'ii. X-w York, ltos en. oi ueJrimore. to any piot
op ibe Railroad, of Ohio, Kentu-ay, IcJliiHi, Illinois, Wiscoa
!a, Iowa, r Mint.uri, t.y Itaiiniad dir tt.
The Peansylv.iai Kailr.ntd n cmneets at Pittsburg with
ateamersby which (jnoda eau i- forrartt-t t any art on the
Ohio, Mufkinpna. Kealucky. t'iwf, CumUriaial, Illiuoi,,
Mississippi, WlfH-wn-iii.. MiWwUn, Kanans, Arkan.is. and I!l
lUTiTi. aaaat cieteml. siaJu.1.1. and CLicj -l. wiLLi.! iK.rt.
c North V.'eattfrn Lttej.
Mereltauta and hippe t entrusting the transportation of
ttsirFrei!!Wtthis Cua.iiy , tau re'y wiih cwnfiaeute ou i
The rateser freieht to any wiut In tli; West by the Pennsyl
vania Railroad are at al 1 tunes a, favorable as are charged by
other BaHrsad Otwifuijfc-s
Ip Te (Articular to marl: tutelages ' ii IVnua. R. R "
MerebaDtsiu the WeM orderinc g-Md from the East, (ill find
It to their interest ta call ou tlx Ait-nts f ib CiHu,iy at the
following piae befcve iduiMtiuj. or letters ad.Jr-l la either uf
them on the aoujeotof freiehti. will mretwilh roiupt attenthin.
E.J.SNbGDEK, l-ii.la.l. l,l,l:1.
MAQHAW 4: KO0.M4, KM Norttiatreet, 1'altlsiore.
lEE0fl&tO.,No. SAstarlleuee.or No. 1, 8. Wm. St..
LEE01I Co , No 54 Kilby street, Boaton.
H. II. IIOIJ.-iTON, General Freight Agent, Phila.
L L. IIOl'IT, General Ticket Agent, I'hila.
TI103.A. SCO IT. Oetwral Sup't, AlUioua. Pa jn3 tf
BALTIMORE "AND OHIO RAIL ROAD
THE Seatbern Rel of the four great lines. This road has
taus far been managed in such a way as to commend it to
the public patroaacje.
Thie Company, under the General Superintendence of
II. D. 71 EARS, (.ciiural Freight Agent,
Now oOrs ind Bremen ts to hblppers to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New Yerk, Boston, Richmond, Petersburg, Ax., at exceedingly
low rates, and tar below New Orleans prices, as their moderate
terms, with the deduction upor insurance of one and a half per
rent., by this route, and the European aUnpinf being from 3 to
4 ahllliogs sterling less titan the New Orleans shipping prices,
all coalrwute to reader it
Reliable u welt its Desirable.
Their facilities for transjortaUon arc unequaled by icy oUte
r1 H"tV IB 1 1 i as their Weetern terminus It at PARE
"Tloounuii, oi.e buvrired and nines milrs U-low tie low
t and most daaiterous twvtjptlon oftlie Ohio river. This
enables in nrditiary water the delivery of goods not only certain
but with dispatch, in saicc of any other route, and as the wa
ter declines the r aAtaotages are sueh as the time of delivery
widens on oVi ruutej, to that this is the only
Cltcuii, Rclinble uud Speedy Route.
Freights by this ruate are less exposed to weather than Ly.niWr
route, as there is n draj ae, the delivery being made M Vark
eraburghundera well shnlded float, and elevated (riV lheus by
team immediately to the cor., without being subject to wxt or
The Louisville steamers concert 0it tyith Parkersbargh
tnats without delay, as l i likewise the regular Clnnihniti
lioats. The Pittsburgh Iklicouo diieittoparkcrsburgli. By
this arrangement the C-iapany are eualled to reoeic freight
tfally far tah route at their ageno iu Nashville, Teun.
For (urtnr parculars tmiaire of
II. H. HARRISON, rrL;ht Agent,
JiaylVfitcJ No g. corner llnad and I; ront streets.
Tlie Atlanis Exires Company.
THE Adams' ErprS Company log leave to announce to their
friend! and the public of Naihrillc. that they have uiclud
(k.arraDgtnieaU with the U.uUIIIe an'. Nahvllle Hail liuad
Company, under whbh tliey will extend tlie oerationi of tlieir
Express to the line of thai lload, comtBiucinj August 1st, IMS.
On theoemletionof the Nadivillecud of thf rod to Uotolisg
Green, about the ltftli of Augut. ISVV, messengers will run
through between Nash.tllr nid Luuittille.
.For particulars is tc;:t -,tiue,ii ,aply ta
A K. HOLT,
acifi-iRj KoJ Market Street, Nashville, Tean.
AIN AND DECRATIVE PLASTERER,
wnutssaix aKD uitu niaLu m
Plaster of Paris, Plastering Hair, Flro
Bricks, Fire Clay,
TERRA COTTA CHI31NEV TOPS, A: TEIU
RA COTTA WARE GENERALLY,
fXo. 77 Broadway, Between Summer and
' Cherry Streets,
PA VIS tk GAINES,
"Xf Holesnle Grocers,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND BEAUX IN
Foreign and Domestic Eiquors,
No. 45 Broad Street, Nashville. Toun-
The hlchest raartet lrics rsW for Rags, Feathers, Eeejwax, Gin
aue higoes. am Flaxseed, and Bacon.
Itnii St the above reward far the apprdiension and con
oemeluta "yjall.ao that I get him, of my man W ILfcON
noemeci in aij jm on it.. Hih ,i.
who ran off from my place i "-
. April. ,ro.. . . , w -r ... 5 f. r,
run?;,hrirrfr manof black :.!. and n.
d A If rSaLd I am Infortnfd lives in the nelgbborhosd of Mrs
MaxwetT' lie abasuM chiWren In the tclghborhoo.1 oi
Iluntsville, Ata., and 1 have reasoui to SlS'JS01
... r a tl, IdlAvurAl I (J 1-LtQ m k"l n osuwviovi
Harboring wascn 'or thelaM ean w Sivvnwn
yao,6dbwSw Mnrfreesboro', Ttnn.
. CROSSS.TIES WANTED.
mm' vi..;ii. i. ,f ..t Tullroad Comnany wish
i to ceatiact for 40,000 Ccdur tlross-Tlcs. Sfeet
laBg, t lucnes Uuck, well hewn, to face at narrowei. pwi u.i
less man n incne clear oi bark, timber to ue aounu, m u
d at the ftaAt tin. nf tlu. rf.il In X'. .liU lc.
i The contractors want to contract for 30,000 White or
, rot Ouk Tics, of the aaue slae as above, to be delivered
on1 the lice of the read In piles from section 14 to section 24,
. eCvugu ra noi t.Lrsu aupMf uie same
p.rson witUtxr to bid will direct to ih Preildent and Direct
on of the Nashville sod NviUi-vutwa Hsjlrod Company,
1859. ' I8S9.
Fall and Winter Arrunucment. ;
U. 8. MAIL
IN COSKECTIOS WITH TEE
Anshvllle & Chattanooga Railroad,
'Tcnttctsco & Alabama Railroad,
JSUUEFIELD AND KENTUCKY RAIL ROAD,
tOtnsvittE & XASHVIIiLE RAILROAD.
THE following splendid stenmen comprise this line, anil
leaTeNaihTlliedalljforgt. Louis, LoulsriUe, Smithland,
, muw, viairo, jirmpuw aca fiew urjeans:
Steamer ITIINNETONKA .
Leaves Nashville erery Monday at IS o'clock M.
Leave, Nashville every Tuesday at o'clock PJI.
Steamer SAINT CLOUD,
Leaves Nvhvlile every WedLtsJay and Saturday at.
Leaves NaehTllIe every Thursday at 12 o'dxk M.
Steamer IX. 31. RUN TAN,
Leaves Nashville on Fridays at 4 o'clock P. 31.
Steamer SAINT CLOUD,
Leaves Nashvl'leevery Saturday at 12 o 'clock M.
These steamers connect at Taducah viththe Mobile-and Ohio
Railroad, at Cairo with the Illinois Central Uallroad, and at St.
Louis with the Missouri and Upper MiailsstDDl Kirfr Packets.
auu are equal u any steamers anoat lor sarety, speed and com
lore. A. UAA1ILTUK.
ur tf Aeent.
BBLS. Brazil Nets;
10 do Filberts;
10 do Enelish Walnnts:
10 bbls Texas Pecans;
15 do Almonds; .
In store and for sale low at 13 and IS Market street by
junev-j UUUU MrCKKA IcCO.
ALE I ALE! ALE:
) !? BARRELS Smith's Champagne Ale; '
rVj 25 do do Eennett do "
do do Bottled da
The above Ales are the finest made and are varr.nteil Var
sale at I'itUburyh and Wheeling prices, freight added, at No. 5
Jnly31 CARTER. WILSFORD Sc CO.
NOW Olt NEVER.
I AM now in the city and am 'cgiged InselHsg county rights
for the State nf Tennessee, for the manufacture and sale cf
my ratent Improved Bee II ves. the virtne and snrierloritv
of which have been testified to by hundreds of the most worthy and
eminent cltliecs of our country. Ihe construction of my Hive
Is simple, and I promise it is the only Hire in tlie world known
whichls proof aeainst the bee mothe. Persons desirous of nor.
chasms either familv or countv-rivhli for the Imit Ilee lliveln' i
the woild, em find me for a few day. at the Auction Rooms of
Aiemrs. liardy itrothers, where I will becappyto see them.
juiyiw II JOSEPH KENT.
OSCAR E O II HI E & CO.,
Ilave Just opened at their slind,
No. 7 Union Street,
A complete stock of Fall and Winter
DRESS AND MANTILLA TRIMMINGS,
CIOMI'RIEING afull assortment of plain and figured Velvet
j RiU6S.Galoins.PriD!res. Itunle Ginms. Grane Trimming..
hi,., .luucm, Lt 1 1U US. DUbUill. ObC. KC..RII OI lilCO UH
I.ill. tP . . Tl T 1 . n 1 . TI . . . I . . . ...
en irely new, and the best that could be got in the Eastern roar-
Tephin Merino and Shetland Wool,
Eubroidered Braids and Silks : Crochet. Kmbrniderr and Ann.
Cotton : as well as anr other material for Knlttine. Nettino. Km
broidery and Crochet work, is complete and larcer in varietv and
uuant!, . Mian ..v.. r .l.n . 1 ... n
Fringes, Tnsscls, Bnttons,s, Cord, Ax.
to order a usual, and will try to suit all aad everybody.
ion hokeow. m. n, hoxrow.
JOHN ITIORROW & SON
wnousau) axn xirrati.
SADDLERY AND COA
Ware-Fur n is h i ii s
No. 4S, JIurlcct Street,
N A S II V I LL E , TENNESSI.E
tUJicTacTCKxxs aKO sxaLxxs ix
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks
Carpet Sacks, Saddle Bags, Arc,
ERS0NSvljitlng Nashville In need of anything in rfc-rffi,
our line, will Audit tc their interest to enm-fia'lS
Ine our stock before purchuing elsewhere, as it Is onr JT
intention to make quUk sales and ahort profits.
ixtra tnaueements will be oaertd to cash puchasers,
an7-tf JOHN MORROW & SOW
PURMAN & CO..
Importers and Wliolcsalc
NO. 2 SOUTUEASTSIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
E -je again p';sd to announce to our friends and the
V 1 iraae, war vt nave now completed our Stock for the
FALL AND WINTER,
and that no labor or pains has been spared to make our assort
ment attractlte in prices, qualities and styles.
Plantation and Servants Goods, in great
Blanlicts and Wrappers, oi every style
Oar Stock of Fancy Goods and Ladies' Dress Goods excels
anything e Inve ever liefore presented ; whilst our assortment
or Manliind lanlies will le Kundiomnletelnall iiadetails.
An examlimtioa Ii nwiieelfully solicited from all themerdiacts
viiiunj mis market. FoRMAN t COM
Five Story Block, near the Wire Bridge.
CORNER CEDAR AND CIIERRY STREETS,
JfZSliriLLB. : TSXSSSSEB.
J. MOORE, Proprietor.
InAVE made extensive arrangementt for eha rtceivin? of all
the paucicini of the coming seison, of fish. Flesh and Fowl:
our Oysters will be from the most celenatut beds. Pickle-, and
Condiments from the celebrated establishments of Cress tc
Blackwell and Lea tc re.-riu, Jh a larg and well selected
Wines., Braudics, Ac, Ax.
ExceMent COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole nnder
duperintendenoe c that well known Epicure, Mr. CllaltL
On and aXe; the 11th of September we will T prepared to
Walt upon, our customers DAY AND NIGHT Railway travel
era will 8nd this arrangement to their advejitage.
irr iiEMEirnsn the metropolitan: j
w w w
(Opposite Bank of Tennessee.,)
Wholesale and Retail
THE undersigned takes pleasure to inform his friends and
customers that thel'NlON RESTAURANT is now otn
forthe seosm, wberethey can be supplied With all the delicacies
of tlie aeuon, such a. Fresh Oysters, Qaiae, Fresh and Sal t Water
Fish, Clams and Craos
Having procured the htxt Cooks aad Waiters, and by prompt
attention to business, I bote to rtctive a share cf the public
patronage. Uentlrm-u wining their mtalssent to their rooms
can ie nocowKufeftttni at tue shortest notice.
y't ar h' prepared ta I urDishDinnera and Suppers for par
tie in tote, llttit rtyie-
In ahli n t our Cooks, ue have proenred the services of a
llvvi1.' i'ien from six Id the morninz till twelve at night.
11 r Choke brands if Wine kept always on hand.
wj l'JI-i.ai A. JONNARD, Agent.
3. U. raKKAK.
FARRAR, OISItlUKES & CO.,
Dealers In all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,
TRUCKS, 1VALIM.S, Ac, Ac,
'A. B. RoScrtsons Stand.
45 COLLEGE S.TREET,
E are new receiving one of the largest and most beautiful
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac;,
for Fall and Winter, that has ever been brooch t to Nashville
They were manufactured tour own order eipe;ially for imiii
mo. We invite all oar friends and the public generally t cal
onus as wecill sell them very lr x tar CASH.
er ir JfAKKAK. liiaa.utaa 5
A R3I STRONG V CO.,
No. ca Market Street,
XASariLLE, . TENNESSEE.
WE have now on hand a full aad complete assortment of
MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, fcc, which we offer at
J. J. MILLER. J.1VATERMAN.
Itl IDLER & 1VATERMAN,
Auction & Commission Merchants,
WILL give partlculsr attention to the public -d private
sale of Merchandise and Property of every description,
..ii suaac prompt mum. tor ine same.
Rcler, by Pcrmikkion, to
J.B. iW A Ross, T. R. Bloom, J F. Winter, L. M. Lamar.
. IkfirkH . PrMlrlianf M nn fact 11 nrV TTanV it n . ij '
' " , v jtui., wm. - . vsmaai, JLaaaATUila UCviT 1 a '
- - -- w aunwv " ... VI UIU OS. iMU A 1 1" 1 1 1 1 1 .
Baldwin & Co.. T. J . Walsh, Savannah, Ueoriria: W. C. Dukes &
VALUABLE LOT OF XiAN D NEAR NASH
JAM offering for sale, on low -terms, a Tract of Land on the
LoulsriUe Branch Turnpike, containing two hundred acres,
about half cleired, else miles from Nashville, adjoining the
&1.-U.W ..um.u vuumngiiamanu u JMiwman. lt II good larm
Irg land, peculiarly adapled to the growth of Whtat and Fruit,
dm ctoiuiik, a.irutBtaaiajow. Apprysoonio
v. h. i.iNTisivrr.
1 SIS' & :
Sfdek Dry Goolis
LNORTH OTABKET, .STREET,
r t "
RETAIL 'DEALERS IN
We are in receipt of an Immense Stock of the above treationed
' Goods, embracing-.
DOUBLE SKIRT. SILK ROBES,
Pancy X eLainos,
Irish Linens, Damasks, White iSoods, -
Bonnet Ribbons, Ladles' Ilea al Dresses,
Cloaks, Shawls, Mantles, &c., Ax.,"
Black aid Colored Cloths, Doeskins and Caslmere I, Silk Velvet,
Silk Plush, Cassimere and Satin Testings, Silk 8. trge, Satin De
Chines, Tailor's Trimmings, tc, tc.
Jeans. Satinets, Tweeds, Coating and Negro B Unkets, Rail.
way Rugs, Bed Blanket Flannels, Ice., &c. B1 cached Sheet
ings and Shirtiugs. .
American, English & French. Prints
VARIETIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTI ON, &c.
Have now on hand a large and complt te Stock of
Which we havt purchased cheap, and which we. Trill B:etull
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
lLr" Oreat ikdccxkzxts offered to casB but jetts
ILf Their Stock is large and of prime qua iity.
KJ" The usual Barter taken in exchante or Good,.
.iicn aaiit aajit, 1rs.iL1i.r21c Ac CO..
No. 51 No rth Market iltn.
sepSl 1 door from Public Son ar.
FASHION ABL jrc-
IIAT AND CAP STORE.
IUE LA7SS7 STTLES AlWATS ON BAUD.
And tho Best Goods nt the Lowest!
ELVERSON at: EVANS,
43 UNION STREET, NEAR ST ATE 'BAN'S.
Guard against jr-all a: AVinter l'ire
Incorporate is 19 Charter Perpetual
Cash Capital $1,000,000,
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.
NET SIJRPLXTS OF S!42,1S1 72
And the prestige of 1 0 y ea rs success and experience.
UPWARDS OF $12,000,000
Of losses hare been paid by the .Xtna Insurance Company in the
past forty years.
The value of reliable nsurance will be appaieat from the fol
LOSSES PAID BY THE JGTNA
D3UINO TUE PAST FIVE YEARb I
In Ohio J43I 5S0 83
In Wisconsin lOC.flCij 07
In Kentucky 20J,!Q9 40
Missouri :tft,5IS 91
Iowa & Minn . 101,399 46
In Michlgaa ,!J15",043 81
In Indiana 1463U 81
In Illinois. 443.3--T 41
Tennesse 87,549 -'l
Kansas &. Neb 19.945 77
t'cnn'a t Va. 31.Sa5 62
Arkansas ft Ga 23,915 u9
Mississippi and Alabama ...$53,412 IS.
Fire and Inland Navigation
Riiks accepted at terms consistent with solvency awl fair Profit.
Epetial attention glntn to Jntumnee of D WKIHXG3 ami
iMnierue, J or urme of 1 to 5 year.
Tlie solid service long and successfully tried, and the many ad
vantages the .V.tna Insurance Comrany possesses in its lice.
should not be overlooked bv those ready te insure and under
standing their best interests. '
During "stringent times" the necessity for reliable Insurance
becomes an Imperative duty the ability of property owners to -
sustain toss oeing men mi-xu lessened.
Agencies inall the principal cities and towns throughout the
State. Policies issued without delay, by any of lb. duly author-
.zed Agents of the Company.
Business attended to with Despatch and
NASH A MARIS. Agents,
sep8-3m No. 25 College Street, Nashville. Tenn.
THE STAR GALLERY'!
SPIintEOTYPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS.
No 44, Union Street next door t o Wessel 4 Thompson .
T. F. SALTZMAN,
(LiTJ OrXRATOR AT II COV.tt UALLIKV.)
TTT.A.YING fitted up rooms as above, exclusively for that
H 5 branch of business, is prej Ared to reeelve the ladies and
gentlemen of Nashville and mat e tic eilnilet of their face, in
the highest style of the Art. No. cxiense has been spared either
In furuiniiing his apartments ',r procuring the latest and most
improved apparatus ami mate rials, and thesubscriber conndecl
ly Inltves all who may want pictures to give him a call, pledging
satisfaction in every case.
ILf-fnirance uext aoor 1 1 etij to essel si Thompson.
m-5 T. F. SALTZMAN.
F. II. BLACK MAH. jT OIO. L. GILLEtrtI, .
BLACKM ANfc GILLESPIE,
BOOtS A SHOES, Jm
Trunks, Valises, Bonnet Boxes, Ac, Ax.,
C0BNES rOBLIO SQUARE AKD MARKET STREET,
HATING Just opened a stock entirely new and of the very
latest socles, ia our line, at the above mentioned well
known stand. (Nichol's corn-r.) we invite our friends and the
public, lauiesacdgeatlemen, young ajid old, to call and see the
ROOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS. Ac,
that have ere." been brought to thismcrkeU
We pellicular ly Invite those In want of Bro grans and
Plantution Shoes, t give n a call, as we feel certain
ire can pleas thee. BLACEMAN & GILLESPIE.
NOTICi;. On the night of tto 3d or morning of Uietth
Instant, a $50 bill on the Union Bank of Tennersee, wa s
through a mistake, passed at the counter of the bar-room of the
St. Cloud Hotel to some one for a 35. If the person tq whom
It was passed, has discovered the error, they will please return It.
Golden Syrup! Golden Syruu!!
4-hT BARRELS St. LouijGoldea Syrup;
Jrh or. kers ' do do do
Just received, and a very superior article for tale low tit No nS
nayos CARTER. WIXSTORD A Cf ).
CJTARCII.. -M0 Boxes Fox' Pearl Starch, the beitar Celt
CJlntha-oarketfor nlelowuy . .
Or B O 0 S
CAIN & COSNELITTSj
NO.J,49 CI1URCH STREET,
1 NASHVILLE , TENS,
Has Come ! Has Come ! !
The Good Time Has Come!
Singer's No. 'J Sewing Machine caH
now be had for
One Hundred 8c Five .Dollars !
NO. I for:
"HjlORManufacturingand Plantatioa purpo thf only rlla
Jj ' ble and unexcellel'Sewlsg Machine la tl worlds-. M.
hingertt Ce.'ti GtLtttte.
Family Sewing Machines fromlFif
ty to Eighty Dollaro.
We have tried them In our own Family and find them superior
to any In use .I. M. Singer &Co.' Gtutttt.
J. T. LORD, Agent,
sep25 45 North Col lege 8 treat.
H I S K E
Fnm the New Oriean Pleayvnt.
THE purity of this Whiskey Is eertlfisd to by the leading
Northern men of science, such as Dr. Chilton, the noted
New Yerk Chemist. A friend of ours who understands such things,
tells us this "Aromatic" is a good "Aromatic;" and as he Is reli
able, we can aafely recommend thb Valley Whiskey to those la
need of a good article.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Creicmt.
Not a pcrtiele of strychnine In lt the best ws have tasted for
many a day.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Daily True Delta, New Orltatu.
Though not much of a jnde, ws may say, and ws an endorsed
by friends who are, that the - Aromatic Valley Whiskey," the
very poetry of "Old Monongahela," manufactured by Wm. B.
Daly, Is unequaled for "Purity" and ''Flavor" by any in the
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Memphis Daily Appeal.
It is pronounced by good Judges to re free frrm all deleterious
nr foreign substances, and consequently if ehovld talethe place
of all poieonoxie admixture, which exercise so unwholesome
an Influence upon those who use tb.m, whsre they are consumed
ctall. The noxious beverages that art generally intended for
Whiskey are an imposition and a curse.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
Vom the Georgian Cituen.
It !sapleasint,unctuousstImulant. peculiarly adapted to the
cure of Invalids who need a pure tonic, without much of the al
cohol c principle.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Galrestm Era.
We have no hesitation In pronouncing it equal, if not superior,
Uany we have ever drank.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Memphis Dally Eagle A Enquirer.
It ha been pronounced by the highest scientific and medical
authority a pureand healthy stimulant, entirely free from dele
terious admixture We can recommend It with perfect confidence
to those who require an alcoholic stimulant for medical pur
poe. "Daly Valley WMsky" is superior to Gin, Cordial,
French Brandy, Port and Madeira Wints, and indeed all other
varieties of spirits which are sold In this market, for not one of
them can bs round in a pure state. No Intelligent physician
would havo the rashness to prescribe "Port Wine" or "French
Brandy for a patient, when it is patent to all the world that Ihey
are not to be had, except by base compounds, in the Mississippi
I would recommend it as suitable for medicinal andjmblio pur
poses. CUAS. T. JACKSON,
State Aasayer, Boston.
It is without any deleterious admixture.
JAS. R. CUILTON.M. D.,New York.
Entirely free from adulterating ingredfcnts, so frequently
used. JAS. J. M APES, New York.
TTT" Consumers can depend upon vetting a part article when
they buy the Valley Whi'key, as it Is fold by the bottle and case
only. iTjn. u
19 South William Street, New Tork,
For sale in Nashville by RAWORTH & OLEMM.
f ALL TRAB&
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
"W T3; OLES -A. Xi B
IN THE STATE.
Berry, Sauflcy & Co,
"WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Hats, Caps, Trunks',
Carpet Bags, Valises,
Umbrellas, c, Ac
two P4Nra aoove the City Hotel,
TrjTTJS art rarw receiving and opening,
FOR THE FALL
vp stlR. bv far the lanreit and most complete Stock of
nl.i. I- ... lln. . rxr nff.rl tnfb. Traitu In .tfaisBtat.
OurHojb U Jitll and complete, ecmpritinj a ftU line
f evert variety and style, and a our Good wen purchased
. vtrsr AflVURERH. and on tha beat DCisibl terms, ws
(eel fully warranted In eaylcg, that cur inducement (hall be far
unerior to any ever befor offered to th Trade In this Stat.
Prompt tbe time, and Cash dealer, an specially qu W to
e . -r- HI Vs A eA nm mn .
.u... ""'MRfSAUFLiT tCO-
Bastille Citron anD mcriair.
Bally 95; TrI-Weekly 85; Weekly $2.
Kates of Advertising.
TEN LINES OR LESS CONSTITUTE A SQUARE.
IS THE DAILY.
One Insertion, .
1 Week '
Each additional Insertion,
Each additional square,
EES W ABLE AT PLEASURE.
On Square, one year. $30 Each additional Square, 910.
Advertisers exceeding the space contracted
for, will be charged for the excess.
IS TUB 'V7EF.;LT.
.0m Dolus per Squire for tLe first, aad Fnrtr Cram for each
Advertisements nublldied In Ml n. n.tltr.nil'nv.vi.-.riii
be charged the full daily rate with one-half the weeklv rate
Transient Adtriz1nnt m.irth. ntl tntnt fTiA ttm
It will Save US a preat dMt rifnnnmn trAnM.tfm. fytprwl.
in writing to us, will beai to mird the following rule :
Aiy give ue oate, I'ost Office, county, aad state In the body
of your letter. '
If yOU Wish the ParkPTi-banvl fm n. .ffi. ,n .nntb... frivn
both office In fall.
If you writs on business and othr matters, write on separate
tbeet of paper, or different leave of one sheet.
Letter and COmmunlcatlonc are knlirfteil unnn all neh f.rt.
and subjects a may be of Informal ion or Interest to the public.
Anonymou communication of whatever character, will receive
Correspondent ahauld write only upon one sile of the paptr
We cannot undertake to return rejicted communications.
All letters on business .hould 1m dlmLM to Mojur. v. r.
EASTMAN St CO.. and not nersonallv to either of the Pm.
Tho War on the Rio Grande Excitement
at Brownsvllle-.-IutercfctiniT Details.
The Despatch published Saturday stated tltat it
was almost certain that Brownsville, Texas, had
been captured by the Mexican bandits, under Corti
nas, and tltat the Mexican population on both sides
of the Rio Grande were in arms against the Amer
leans. Tlieso statements, it is to bu hoped, are con-
siderabljoxaggerated, but the previous accounts
were exceedingly threatening. Tho Brownsville
Flag (extra) contains the following details of occur
rences anterior to the reported capture of the town :
It appears that a force ltad been orcamzed in
Brownsville for the purpose of attacking Cortinas'
band ; it was composed of about CO raneheros and
20 American on our side and 50 of the Matamoras
infantry, under Lt Col. Lurunea. the force from our
aide being under the command of Capt, Thompson
They carried with them, a four pounder belonging
to the Mexican forces, and a four-pound howitzer
bolonging to Captain Kennedy. They arrived at
the rancho of Cortinas's mother, which they found
in possession of about twenty men, who retreat.'d
after firing one or two rollejs. During the tiring
the cannon ot tlie Americans rebounded and feu oil
jts carriage, faix or seven mounted Americans went
and retook the gun, but being unable to remount it,
and failing to get any assistance from the infantry,
they finally abandoned it.
About tius time uie route oi tue attaciang party
became general. Most all of the mounted men had
left, the majority of tho infantry followed, and at
last tho few tiiat uau remamca witn tue little How
itzer at the carral, finding themselves unaided, and
so few in number that they were unable to put the
cun into the river or destroy the; ammunition as
tliey uesireu, icit umu. .vmumu xpiuusa aou uiuers
got it into the river afterward, but Cortinas has
since got it out The preparations for tho expedi
tion were miserable: few had percussion caps for
more than four or five charges; many of the car-
tridires were found to bo too larre for tbo muskets,
and at the close of the attack, when an attempt was
made to rally, it was found that there was not suffi--.Vnt
amunition for a single round. As if is, Corti
nas Con a victory, and is in possession of t wo very
efficient oieee oi arnitcry, an uie iiuununiuun ue
i. .hem. a largo keg of rifle powder, and
some provision' which were were on the route when
the flight took plac& From the reports of Col. Lu
.ne n,i Thomas. Cortinas has some 250 or 300
men. but others estimate b forces as far lets. But
few of the bandits were seen ai my one time. Cor
tinas will now bo able greatly to incase his band
having artillery and tins prestige of victory to aid
him. On the :24th ult.. hi) again Mopped the L. b.
mail coming from I.ar?lo, cut it open, examined
each letter in it, opening all but two, kept the mail
riH.v until to-da v. and tlienscnt him i05l'n with such
of the open letters and way bills as ho did not care
to retain. This mail rider left him examining Jhe
contents of the mail which had arrived that morn
ing from Browtwrille. .
Some seventy J'tbww, under sentence in the pris
ons of Victoria, iifd hum released by the popu
lace, and had levied their contributions on the
rich of that place. They hay nce recruited
others, until it is reported tltat they Iyp a larg?
band, who arc visiting and robbing tho ranabps,
and they expect finally to make their way out to
Matamoras and Brownsville. Tho daily and night
lv watches are most unremittingly continuet', -Ev
ery citizen capable of carrying arms in quarters,
ana tne twenty-iour pound Howitzers iiuu nine
pound carronnade are posted at thrco pt'omi
nent points, which are defended br barricades,
hile tho entrance to tlie city is obstructed by
others. It lias been asccrtainea tltat l ortinas has
been sending out his scouts in strong bodies, gath
ering up horses and driving off cattle. It wag re
ported at Matamoras that from thirty to forty of
tlie desperadoes, who escaped from the Victoria
prison, had succeeded in joining Cortinas' band, also
that he had obtained some $0,000; but it is not known
how he got it
Tho mails left for Corpus Christt and Lurcdo in
the morning, and a return mail should have come
in from the former place on Thursday, and from
the latter on rriiiay, out nejtner mail or riuors
have come in. No doubt Cortinas has taken Uiem.
It will be idle to send the mails hereafter, unless
At daylight, on Friday, one of the picket guard
on the outskirts of the town saw two armed men
skulking in the bushes, but they took fright and
fled. About dark, the same day, Mr. Campbell, a
printer by trade, and deputy sheriff, who has a
family living in tue suuuru ui lumuvnv, uuuui
a mile and a half above town, went up to see them
he rode a good horse and was armed with a
Sharp's rifle and a six-shooter ; a Mexican went up
. . . - 1 1. . rri .
WllU Ilim, atSO muuilieu uu a jjuuu jiui-tr. aui.-j
had hardly got into the house when ten heavily
armed bandits surrounded them, took Mr. Campbell
prisoner, took his horse and arms, also robbed the
. f 1 , 11 ...1 1.. .M!,. 1..
MOXlCan UI JUa liuri;, ouuuiu mu liijuiw. juauc
prisoners of four well-disposed Mexicans living at
fiainircno and took them all off, except the one who
accompanied Mr. Campbell, towards the camp of
Uortinas. Tho families of the prisoners are in the
A correspondent of the Now Orleans Bella, wri
ting from Brownsville on the 2d inst., says:
Since I wrote you this morning I have heard that
Co-Mnas is making his arrangements to march on
Brazos and Point sabel. This may bo true or not.
It is the very move a man ougnt to ma ica unuer tne
circumstances in which he finis himself placed. He
Ktiuvvs he cannot take the town, except by fire, with
out great Iosj of man. If he burns us out, he de
stroys all tint is valuable to him. There are olde
heads than his now in h s camp. He knows o. r
t venty-four pound howitzers putreach Ins guns,
therefore his artillery is of little use, except for an
oyance, llts plan is now, l tmnt, to taice posses
sion of Brazos and Point Isabel, which he can do
without firing a shot. The goods in the custom-house
are valuable. There are stored at Brazos some of
t te best guns, from six-poundera to sixty-eights, in
the United states service. Ihe brass batteries ot
sixes and twelve-pounder guns-are all stored there,
with all kinds of ammunition, and plenty of it The
batteries are complete, and the guns all mounted on
their carriages, besides all the various munitions of
war. He can take all the lighters and transport
what he wants to Point Isabel. lie has the whole
motive transportation power on the liio Grande at
his disposal. He can transport by land or water, as
He can plant a battery at the graye-yard, or some
commanding position, and bring us to terms, if he is
tho man I take him to be. He has in his camp re
tired officers of the Mexican army, and some other
desperadoes, who broke prison at Victoria, Mexico,
and who now control him in a'mea9urc. Cortinas
cannot now stop in his career and disband his men,
if he were so inclined to do. 11 is men live on meat
alone; some havo expended all their means, and
thev are clamorous for vencear.ee and plunder, and
they will make one desperate effort before they will
This is not idlo speculation it is natural ne snouiu
take this means, as it is the only way left open to
lura. There are plenty of sympathizers with him.
both on this Bide and the other, and if ho is not open
ly applauded iu Mexico, ho is secretly, and has the
advice of men on the richt side of the IUo Grande
superior in military matters to any we have here at
the present time, ine wnoie jiexicau uuiiuiuuim.
with but few exceptions, are with him in feeling;
there is no doubt of this, and the only exceptions are
men who have large stock interests nerc, ana can
not get their stock away. ,
Appeal of an American Church to Enelish
Some time last summer a paragraph was copied
from some of the English newspapers', stating that
a Miss Johnstone had made her appearance in Eng
land for the purpose of collecting money to sustain
Dr. Cheever's church in the eity of New York. As
a general tiling the statement was entirely discred
ited. Tho New York Times however, says :
Ve republish from tlie British Standard a letter
from Dr. Cheever himself to Mr. Spurgcon, which
leaves no room for further doubt In his letter Dr.
Cheever represents his church as a missionary es
tablishment for the dissemination of Abolitionism
among the New York heathon, and as in danger of
being immediately crushed and destroyed without
pecuniary aid. He speaks of himself as an apostle of
the only true faith as -'preaching just such sermons
as are especially needed here at the present mo
ment" and as the only Clergyman wuo -ireeiy,
fully and persistently" proclaims the Word of God
on this snbiect in New ork.
He considers it almra t a miracle that a " thorough
Abolition orthodox church such as mine is," should
have been sustained hero so long, especially consul
erimr the terrible conflict which he has been com-
nelled to maintain with "prejudice, fashion, wealth,
power, anger, -wrath and malice ; " but is quite sat
isfied that this miracle can bo continued no longer
portions of his own congregation have left him, and I
lie can get no farther assistance, at home, he author. '
izea the appeal of Miss Johnstone to the Abolition
ists of Encland for helD. " i
"What pecuniary response thi3 appeal of mendi-
uuujiuiiu:u in a j nxuie in tue quarter to wmca
it is addressed, remains to be seen.
t No. 30
( Tjms St.
FOB THE 2TXILXION.
1st. Because they are perfectly simple In their construction.
5d. They are lea liable to get out of order than any other Ma
chine In ihe Market. T
3d. They may be operated by a child perfectly, and da their
4th. They sew a tight and beautiful seam.
5th. They are a good a tho best, and cheaper than the cheap-
THE CHAMPION SEWER.
THE EXTRA SPEED.
TUB EAGLE MACHINE.
Our Suptritr Patent Treadle Machine,
Which for speed and ability to do family sewlng.hasno superior,
and within the means of every famlly.isundcuhtedly one of the
most useful Sewer ever o tiered for sale.
The K ATX" DID, with Treadle, ail In complete and
..J,'.111.1 WB asl'J mi Impartial examination of our
Hereon, living out of theclty need have no fear about order
ing Machine. Wriften instruatlon accompany every machine.
Th-yar sent out W complete order, all ready foruse. Those
who order machlnasout of the city, and on the reception of same
are disoleaied, we will, on tha return of the machine, in order,
refund the money. 1
Thh) applies to persons living out of the city omr.
The roost Inexpcrjenced can soon learn to regulate and work
We will bo prepared in a few days to furnish the cheapest
DOUBLE THREAD MACHINE
In the world. ! v
This Machine 1 1 entirely new, and produces tha celebrated
DOUBLE LOOP STITCH.
The Gem machine finishes Its work where it stops, and
requlremo fasteaing of threads at the end of the seam, as some
of the more expensive machines d, and such I the strength of
the stitch, that if the seam is out ei try half inch lt will nal rip.
They hem, fell aid stitch, In a superior manner.
Traveling and Eacal Agents
Wanted for every county In the State.
Connty Rijhtt given to those who buy to sell again. Liberal
Printed Instrtctlons furnished with each machine.
Orders by Mai or Express promptly filled.
CASK on deltery iy Express, Invariably.
Eaglt Sewing Macbtn Depot,
No. 36 Union Street,
epS-ly M. M. IIENELE, J., Agent.
KIOljELER OF FASHIONS,
AND DEALXS lit
Hats, (japs and Ladies' Furs,
NO. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE,
FUKS ! FURS I! FITBS!!!1 FURS!!!!
The Season for Furs is approaching-1
Is now preps ed p exhibit to the Ladies of Nsahville and vicin
tv a beautiful sehacllon of 7PRS, consisting of Mink, Stone Nar
ten, Mountain Maarten, Lynx, Royal Ermine, Hudson BaySa
ble, and all other Fur, for gentlemen aid ehlldr&n, all selected
and made up In the most fashionable manner
V A.J. FRANCISCO,
Matter and Furrier,
oetS No. 23 , Public Square, Washville.
Owr An'uain Style pf Molesfein Hats!
les i dcs ;
New Strlos of Froneh Hats, Just Imported; Chil
dren's Hats una uups,now nyio uauioj hi.
dins' Huts; all ready tor inspection at the Fashionable list
and Fur store of FRAN0IS30,
octs pahllc o.nre.
THE ropartnershipherstofoie existing bet wee i the undersign
ed,und:r thestyleofBURaEfc ALLKN,waiii'olred By
mutual consent, on the 10th Inst. Either partner is fully an
thorlied to sign the name of the firm in liquidation.
Nashville, Oct. 14, 1S5D. GEO. C. ALLEN.
TTJE under'limed have formed a copartnership under th
stvle of BLTRQE Ac SWANN, for the purpose of transact
ing a general Grocery Bu.Ipess.
A. j. nunuifc,
J. M. SWANN
On retiring from business. I sallcit a continuance of the pat-
ronaeeof my friends to the new firm of Burge Jc Allen.
0CtI3dtr UKU U AlibfiA
T. O. ECK9SU
BURGE & SWANN,
AMD DEALER IX
BRANDIES, WINES, CIGARS, AC,
COR. COLLEGE AND CHURCH STS., NASHVILLE, TENN.
WE a:uow In receipt of alarje and well assorted stock of
Groceries, Liquors, fee., to which we Invite the attention
ot the trade:
250 hhds Louisiana Sugar, ISO bblsBiIUmoreand Louisiana
100 bbls N Y and rnlladeipnia uonee sugar;
Crrshed Buzar. " bois Baltimore ana Louisiana
SO bbls N Y and Philadelphia Loaf Sugar;
35 bbls Baltimore and Philadel
phia DR Sugar.
25 do 0.0. Java Coffee,
SCO sacks Rio Cofee,
100 do Laguyra do;
350 bbls New Molasses,
200 bbls do
?50 ten gallon kegi Gold. 8yruf
IUO ten gall kegs ao
300 bbls Dean's ex. Whisky, S00 bbls best Robertson county
100 do Wilshire's do Whisky,
75 dowardfccary ISO tl Kye it Kournon ao
25 do Sr-Jth'sollreserxodo 100 bu Long-worth's Catawba
20 qr. pipes Sherry c Madeira Wine; 4
wine; o casasoia A-urxuuuy
5 pipe JeanLoulsBrandy; Wine;
2 pipes Hollaed Gin; 50 bask Champagne Win
bblsAle: 10 bbls Vinegar;
S5 casks London Porter;
Together with every other articles usual kept in tne orocery
lne. loetlodl BDRQt tt SWANN.
Public Sale or JLots at
PENS ACOL A.
TI1E undersigned. Trustees of the Peraacoia City Company,
havinc determined to hold a sale of portions of their lot
embr.ced in varinu part of their extensive property, hereby
give notice that such sale will take place on the 5th DAY Ot lit
CKMBER, 1859, at the Company's Office In he city of Pensa-
Tha oljeetortbis sale, whi-h Is the first or a series, litonw
means to promote the Improvement of the remainder In a degree
commensurate with tho general Improvement of Pensacola, due
to the certain and early completion of the Montgomery and Pen
sacola Rail Road, and its varieus connections with Mobile, Colum
bu and the Northern Rail Roads.
Term of payment, one-third in casa, one-third Is one year,
one-third in two years, In noies bearing seven per cent. Intenst
or the first seven per cent. Mortje bonds of the Alabama and
Florida Rail Road Company or yiorida will be taken at par in
lieuol the notes.
A sscond sale will take place in due time, when th Montgomery
and Pensacola Rail Road shall hau been further adranccd to
wards completion, and when it Influence shall have been moie
widely felt and acknowledged.
(J11AKL.K3 da 13,1 Trustees oi ui
SAM'L JAUD0.V, Penracola City
WM. II. CHASE, J Company. '
Pensacola, 1E59. novll dldec2
SOUTHERN PORTABLE PLANTATION
Corn Feed and Llourinc; Mill,
BURR Millstones or all site on hand and made toorder, Smut
Mills, Mill Spindles, Mill Oearllng. Boking Cloth of ll
numbers Dutch anchor brand, bslting, hohrtln y. and recniatlng
screws, serene wire, picks and plaster Paris, and imcosted from
the manufacturers, which enable me to sell best article at low
Being a practical mechanic, thoroughly undersUndinr tha
ineoryana practice ot milling operations, mmcr. mu jum
wrijht will find lt to their interest to examine my ateck and
price before purchasing. All good sold by me ar warrcnted to
All order and Communications prempUy attenden to.
P. M. RTAN,
Cor Collage aad Broad Sts , Nashville, Tenn.
mh!8 d&t wtljan. .
A COOD Brick Houx.with six rooms, corner Summer and
Hi Mulberry street, Nashville.
a I in. the nlace on which I live, fronting- on Gallatin Turn
pike. 3 K miles from Nashville, containing 65 acres. A geod
bargain can be bad in either.
aovO-dtf TH03. L; BRANSFORD.
ICorn and Wheat.
I WILL pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat d
llvered at ta City Uiua. . S.N. IfOLLINaS WORTH,
ctll " No. GMsrket Street.
THE LOUISVILLE PAPERS received daily ty
DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT.
"pinions or the Supreme Court of the
State of Tennessee, at Jncksoa, April
Sear, ttal., . Tousr. tt at.
This is a bill filed by the complainants, James B.Seay
wepu o. oeay. wno are infants, to recover of the
CefendantS. YonnP" anil ("Vm-an aiWAKrlhatiim.
of Leah, and her eluidren, fire in number. The sup-
iguv iu euai in complainants is. derived, train
the will of their grand-father, Fflliam Peatross. of
wiuunctuuuivm uie state of Yimnia, who died
UI turj J'tu. iouo.
They allege that under said will, their mother,
wL-uiiiua. wno was a uaugtiter or said William Pea
tross, the testator, took a life estate In the slave
Leah with remainder to them, as her only children :
and that the otharslaves being the ofispringef Leah,-
oorn sini-u me win iook enect, tney are now entitled
to recover the whole of them, their mother beintr
The said will was made and took effect In the
State of Virginia where the testator lived and died
Somewhere between the years 1823 and 1829, Je
mima reatross, then living, as it is probable arrived
at tho tge of 21 years, intermarried in said county
of Caroline, with William B. Seay, the father of the
complainants, who are the only issues of that mar
riage; and either shortly before, or after, the- mar-
riage. received into possession the slave Leah, un
der said will; after which sho and her husband,
with said slave, removed to the county of Haywood
in this State, where the said Jemima departed this
ute in uie year iaiz.
The defendants claim said slaves bv purchase.
made of the said William B. Seay, the father of
complainants, and Husband of Jemima, in tho year
They deny tliat complainants took any remainder
under said Sill, and insist that tho slave Leah, by the
force of said will, become the abcolute property of
uie saiu Jemima; and that upon her marriage with
William B. Seay the slave became his, and that he
might lawfully sell them, and that they acquired a
perfect title. And the question is, whether complain
ants or defendants have the better title.
The clauses of the will upon the construction of
which this contest depends, arc as follows, to-wit:
"To my beloved wife, Amy Peatross, I lend the land
and plantation whereon I now reside, together with
Randall and Jlilley; also the choice of one fellow
and one woman ofmyjestate. during her widowhood:
and at Iter death, or marriage, tha said land or, ne
groes with their increase to be equally divided'
among my children, aad surviving Theirs of tho body
ol those who who may have deceased before that
period, except the cltildreaof my deceased daugh
tcr,Ncncy Haden, to whom. In her lifetime, I lent
two negroes, to-wit: Abram, a man, anil Tempe, a
girl; and it is my will and desire that those two ne
groes and their increase be equally divided among
my grand children! by my.daughter Nancy, deceas
ed, when they come of age, or marry, or when
either of them marry or come of age; to this branch
of my family I leave ho more of my estate.
Item: It is my will and desire, that mr wife keep
possession of tho property of such of my children
as may be under age. without paying hire us a com
pensation for maintaining and feducating said chil
dren; and as they arrive at proper age or marry,
my executors are authorized and reouired to allot
to such child, or children, an equal part with my
son Richard, who has received a negro boy, Jesse,
and a girl, Amy, horse, saddle, and bed and furni
ture; also my daughter Jane, who has received a
negro woman, Kachel, 4tnd a child, Huida, Xtorse
and saddle, bed and furniture; also my daughter
Polly, I giro a negro boy, Moses, and a girl. Judy,
horse and saddle, bed and furniture, none of which
she has received except a bed and furniture. But if,
when such allotment is made, there should not bo
enough to give to each of those children, who may
ue ot age, or-marrv, an equal portion with my be
fore mentioned children, ltichard, Jane and Polly,
in that case they will only receive a proportion of
what may be, exclusive of the part left my wife, at
whose death, or marriage, I desire that my whole
estate be equally divided among tho following chil
dren, (I mean and wish to bo clearly understood be
fore 1 mention them,) viz- it is my express meaning
and wish that all my children share alike in my
general estate, and all those who have not received
any part thereof, are to be made equal with my
children before mentioned, viz: Richard, Jane and
Polly, to whom I have lent and given already, near,
orquite as much, except ray daughter Polly, who
has only received the bed and furniture before men
tioned, to-wit: Richard, Matthew, William. Jane,
Amy, Barbara, Walter. Sally, Samuel, Betsy, Susan
nah, Rebecca, and Jemima, to them and their lawful
issues, or the survivors of them a.? before stated,
forever; and if any of my children should die before
they come of age, (or in that case if no child,) it is
ray will and desire that theirpart, orparts.be equal
ly divided among the survivors ot them, or xneir
lawful issue, except the children of my deceased
daughter Nancy, to "whpm I have given all I intend."
The testator, then, in order that there might be
no difficulty in' making' equal division among his
children, when the period fcr jinal-divisiort should
como, empowers his executors to assess the value
of the property already given off to his children, or
to select three disinterested men to 'do. so. And
lastly, ho gives to his wife, during Iifc;-or widow
hood, certain ehattle property ; and provides at her
death. Or marriage, the same to bo divided " as be
It, is probable from this record, th-lt APiy Peatross, j
the widow- of the twtntor, survived the marriage of
her daughter Jemima, but died before the death of
tho said Jemima. At all events, it is shown that the
hlave Leah, was allotted to the said Jemima under
the second clause of the will upon her coming of
age, or marriage, and. no In to general division of
The can, we "think, be no doubt, upon a proper
construction of this will, tliat complainants took.no
interest whatever in the slave Leah ; and tliat in
the cvcnU tliat have happened she became the abso
lute estate of their mother, tho said Jemima, and
passed by the marriage, to her husband, William B.
Soay, who had a right to sell her and her oflsprinff
In the construction of thfa will all its parts are to
be taken with referent to each other ? and the in
tention of the testator collected from (he entire in
strument 1 Sned,3)l,
The true mcanjng of the first clause of tho will
undoubtedly is. that the widow of the testator is to
have an estate for life, or -widowhood, in the land
and slaves given her ; and at her death or marriage,
the same, with increase, is to be equally divided
among such of tho testator's children as mail then he
living, and the surviving issue of such of his chil
dren as may have died before that period, excepttho
children of his daughter Nancy.
If a cliild died before the period of division, viz;
the death or marriage of the testator's widow,
leaving children who remained alive until theperiod
of division, then tliey took the share of a deceased
cliild, but if tho cliild left no children, or there
were none at the time of division, tho share of that
child went to the children, and the surviving' issue
qf such as may have died before that period.
It is manifest that no remainder was intended to
bo created in favor of any of the grand children of
the testator whose parents were living when the
particular estate of his widow ceased, and that un
der this clause complainants can claim nothing,
their mother having survived .tho widow of tho
It is equally plain the second clause of the will
hath this extent ami no more. The desire to all his
children in that clause and" the words "to them
and their lawful issue, or the survivors of thera
as before stated, forever," Jiavc precisely this
The words "as before stated" refer expressly to
tho first clause : and can havo no other meaning than
that the children alive at the period of tho final di
vision and the children then living of such as mav
have died "except the children of iSancy," are to
take an absolute estate.
These words controlled tho estate to be divided at
the death or marriage of the widow ; and then to
provide for the care of children who might bo un
der age, or unmarried at the period of general di
vision, (tlie death or marriage ot the widow being
possible at any time) and who might diaibc-
fore they come oi ago or marriea, or mo case,
of married children who should tlie without child,
nnd to cover the entire share of each child
in the estate; the will further provides: -and
if any of my children should dio before they como
of ace. or marrr. or in that case b no child (i. e.
in case of marriage,) it is my will and desire that
their part, or parts, be equally divided among the
survivors of them and their lawful Issue, except the
children of my daughter Nancy, to who I have given
all I intend."
It will thus bo manifest that Jemirca's share was
an absolute Interest unless she died under 21, un
married, or without issue, upon which events there
was an executory desire In Javor of her survivinir
brothers and sisters and the issue of those deceased.
But there was no remainder of interest to her child
ren in the events that have happened, and the ulte
rior interests, as to he- share, are all defeated-, be
cause tho events on wluch they depended never oc
curred. The Chancellor so held, and we affirm his decree.
Test: M. D. Welch, Clerkv
WHOLESALE AJtD BETA It SEALER IX
ROOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET BAGS, Ac,
f. 18 SOUTH blDXFVSLIO SQVABS,
" NASHVILLE, TENN.,
TTSBowla receipt of hi Stcek fcr rll?',w,,Bf,r
t trade, eonsistins of Ladies, Misses and ChUdren . Bootee,
anoe and uaitera. thin and t"iick oio, wius ,' V, .7
Gents fine Calf Boot and Shoe and Ga-ters, aingls anddoubl
Gen tl fine Calf Scotch Boot and Shoes:
do do Kip Brogan, lined ndunllced;
do an Heavy Calf and Kip Root:
do do do do Grain, water proof Bcot.
a i., r iim, Brocani and Boot br Plantation
ue, both Home made and Eastern Work, Men s Plough Shoe,
Women's Heavy Ditch Boots.Je. ,., ...
A complete assortmeui otsxw- -"Xt .. . .
Boot. Shoes and BmgxnJl also, Mise and ChiMrea's Kid and
Coat Bootees, Gal tars -d Shanghai Bootees, with and without
JAhuei and Children' Sfetilie Tipped Boots a new artUI.
s,u t.i.. TMseh Dreu Track, fine sole leather. Trr.n
framed Trunks. Vlie, Carpet Bag. Ladles' Leather EatcheU,
1. .ii nf whlrh tacfferodat asiaall advance on Eastern Casti
My friends and the public neneraliy are respectiully In.I'edto
xamlne their steck.feellng confident that they will beplee&sed
tfOinin reapecv j iu, ytivc
epl8-tf .fillAS. B. HALL,
NASHVILLE.TEJIS Sat. I.1S59.
E have this day associated with as in the Orocery business
G. W. U. BUTLER and 8. J. KEITH: tha stvle of the
firm, however, will remain as 'heretofore. We are very thank
ful to the community for their, liberal patronage, already ba-
towea, ana nope mat we miynot faii.w xaeru. toeiraueauots
wiiuourncw associates! r-i ,
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EMSdatlom of the Medical profession aad
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It I In the form of a powder, earefullv nut rm In rWtW. tj
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produce adeCghtful eServeacentbcveraire.
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ot the dy, acting gently on lbs syttem, restoring tha digestive
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Pi a red and sold. Wholesale and Retail by
JOHN A. TARRANT & CO., Draggisti.
neelS-dly No. g8 Greenwich rt-.eor. Warren.N.T.
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jE? 33. B
TETWXENNashvill,MemphUand KnoxviUe, and SUUool
on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad.
RateelaoenUperlOO lbs. between Nashville and KnoxrSlI,
and Station on Ea,t Tennessee and Georgia Railroad.
yirst Ulaas sixty cent per on hundred pounds;
Second do do do do do;
Third do Yorty.seven cent per one hundred pcunJsr '
Fourth do Thirty-fire do do do do.
Rates' In cent per one hundred pound, between Memchf aad
Enoxvilte, and Station on tho East Tennesses and Georgia Sail,
First Clara, ninety-five cent per one hundred ponnda;
Second Class, ninety Ire cent per on hundred pound;
Third Class, leventyfive cent per one hundred pounds;
Fourth Clan, fifty six cent per one hundred pounds.
Win be carried from tha celebrated Plaster Bank In Tlrvinia.
to Chattanooira and Dal ton. and Statloni on th East THineaa
and Seonia Railroad, at six dollar per ton of 2,000 pounds.
To Nashvill and all S-'ationa or the NaahvHIo tc Cbattanoog
Eatlrcad, at nine dollar per toe of 2,000 pound.
Also .to Tuscumbia and Statbns East of Tcseuabta. an.thi
Memphis & Charleston Read, at nine dollars per ran, and all St.
on wenot luscumoia, ai twelve dollars per ton. -r
Spirit ot turpentine, oamphlae, burning fluids and vatciih.
will oalr be taken at owner' riak.
Gunpowder and friction matches, aad other combustible art!.
eleswtllb charged at local rates of each Road, and only at
Agricultural Implements, burning fluids, owner's risk of leak -
aze: baskets, twice first das rate: batUnsr. blinds, bonnet.
iooks; boot and shoes, bread, buffalo robes; brushes and broom.
Droomcorapressea;campniu, at owners rise ox ieazage.ear
boy acid, and other chemical, double first dais rates; cabinet
ware, knocked aown, ana wen coxni, nm class rales;can.s,ear
petlng, corks, confectionery, chairs, boxed, twice first elat rates;
cigars, boxed and strapped; cassia In mats, cap: tover ard
alcve, clocks and weight; copper and brat vessels; demijohn,
owner' risk, twice first class rates; drugs In hale and boxes; dry
focus is poxes, oaies ana irunx; iiurniiure, set ap ana Doxea,
twice first class rate; furniture knocked down and well bcxad,
first clas rates; farm wagons. In nieces; feathers, furs, tigs; la.
drums; fish, frerh; garden seeds, glassware, wind w glass; grapes.
Ia kegs; hats and cap, hides, (aryj loose; household good (not
furniture well boxed; hair. In sack; Ink, Indigo; India- rubber
goods; leather (loose.) liquor In glass; lemons, racW; looiiie
glaasef, boxed, take first clas rate; macnintry, boxed; natraea,
twice first daas rates; moulding and picture frame; Mat and
rugs, medicines, muskets; marble, wrought, at owner's rUk;
measures and tubs, moss In sacks; musical instruments, minersk
water. In glass; nuts In bags; oyster in keg and cans; orasrev
sacked, oil In glass; paper hanging, not boxed, preserves fn.
glass, at owner' risk: pickles In glasa, at owner's risk, rala leaf,,
pe'tries: printing presses piano fortes, at owner's risk:psrtctaxd
ale In ghus; painting and pictures well boxed; Mttaa, ruaaia,
bristles; stein boilers, thirty feet and nnder; ateaa boilers, over
thirty feet, on and a half first class rates; ataUontry: scytha
nat;nle and scale bead not boxed; slsiha, boxed, twice 2V
class rates; stove, at owner' risk; sweet potatees, ailing, stove
pipe, ipiriti turpentine; tove plate at wner'iriak; sewing ma
chines; trunks, Unware, boxed; trees and hrubbery balled a Si
owner's risk, one and a half first class ate; twine; toys, boxed:
umbrella; veneering, not boxed, varnish; wagons, children's
not boxed, twice first class rate; wagon and hobby horses,
boxed, one an-t a halt first clas rates; wax, wine, In boxes or baa
ket;wh!p,wha!ehouea, wheelbarrows; wooden ware, wagon !et
loes and bowi; willow ware, tslce first class rates; wool.
Antimony, crude; apples, dried, baking povdera,be4 cords
bhgs, bagging, bell, bottles; brimstone in boxes k kegs; binder's
boards, burlap, berries, cotton waste; chain cotton, woolen and
hempen, candles, cocoa, chocolate; coffee ground, tsbueaor
barrelstcaps'aci, cassia In bags or boxes; cklna wars la casks,
currant, dried; cutlery, Chair tc In rough; copper pUtts,
sheet, bolts, pigs, wire, nails or road: copper bottom; cheesa
In boxes or casksi cjovet and grass seed; crockery la boxes sad.
barrelt. oangrexs and bedford water la boaes or turret: die
wood (a boxes or carrel; rtome.nl; aheeung, birtln, licking;
and Rentes In original bales; duck, druj Is casks; deer skies
pressed; Cax le-d". Sax cued; forks, hay and manure; ginger,
glue, guta copal; grocer It assorted (not othwiie specified); frass
and clover seed, hydu, dry, in bales: hooey, hoe, hop; herrUv
In b-xxei hemp, Iron. hoop and sheet: leather in roll or boxw;
liquor In wood, liquorice; lead, pip bar aad ahect; mahogany
hoards and plank; mcjble slabs, uawrooght, owner' rfck;incsa
firessedln baps; nuts lnkamla or caaks: oakum, oiieiih; paint,
a boxes and cans: palm leaf pressed; printer's Ink, la kega o t
barrels; paper in boxes; pasteboard; peaches diMdiprintinsfp.
per; prone la cask, pepper; paper banting, U boxes; pkktes It
casks pipes, rubber car springs, loose, rai- packing and bsae;
raisins, strapped, rag in sack; aeytiff, shovels, apod, Soap;
spice, starch, saddlery; sardine to. Vaxn,heep and other tklns
la bales, hot in bags, sugar la bar it seal and seals htssboxad;
towco m usuea; loDacro cut so, poxes or Darreuv sow, us, type;
veneering boxed, wood U shape, wire, willow reed In bundle!
wrapping paper; ;.$a pressed and bai led; xlac la rails and sheets.
Anvils, axes: al and beer In wood, bef in barrels; bacon will
packed la boxes or cask; barilla, bones, boiler Sue; black lead
ia barrels; bark and cob mill,; carriage springs, boxes and axels:
ddcr In barrtls or hogsheads ; crockery la crate and hogshead;
coffee and chlcko'y; copper in bxe and cask: crucibles, chains,
loose; dye wooda, in stick; epsom lilts. In barrels; gas saslac,
In original packages; hardware: hoof and horn a. hides, green,
herring. In keg,hook and hinges; Iron safe, Iroa railing; Iron
shutters, Iron fenclnp: Junk, Jute, lard la gc4 kegs or cans;
lead In cask or pig; lightning rod la buatUet: lime In calks;
madder In hosrsheads, millstones finished; manilla; BalneraTfwa
ter (Va. and Tenn.) la kers or barrels; nails In baza: ovsters anil
clams in shell at owner's risk; oil In besheads aad btrni.
paint, dry and In oil, pork in barn!; rubber caraprlnf la boxes
ana east, ruDoer oeiung; uiaraius in, ooxea; inciter, sac in
kegs; soda la boxes; tin plats boxed; tobacco manufactured la
boxes and kgs; venison la barrels or boxes; Tlaeg&r, wits tens
ing, whit lead, whisky la barrel.
Anchors, Alum, in barrel and hogsheads; brimstone In barrel
and hog-Leads; bleaching salts, burr blocks; bar ley, bary tea; cot
ton In bales; codfish la tierce and boxes; car wheels and axle,
cement, chalk, clay, chain, cable, chain la casks, cocoa? oil;
earth, paint, eat thern and stent ware la crate and hogshead;
fish salted, fenos wire; fig In casks and boxes; Sour In bantlr
and sacks; ga pipe; guano; hone ah re la package; Iron, bar,
band, pig, boilers aid railroad; iron, nuts and rivet. Iron, cast
ing, heavy locomotive tire; land plaster; molasses, mhegB7
toes, marble la block uawrought, millstones r rough; nail and
plke,nallrela;ores, lead, copper, iroa, lia- ta boxe or bar
re Is; pitch, plaiUr, palm oil, putty; ra?i pressed In bale; rice;
railroad chair and spike, rosin; rigging, rops, lumiCfjSalt,
oda, uh;steel, sugar In hogihead,bJrels and boxes; rtocssn
wrought; soda inksgs, barrel or casks ;salertu la kegs. barrels
ox cask; tobacco scrap and leaf in casks and hogsheadi; tin, tar.
tin in pigs; terre Japonic; Ulcgraph wire, Uliow; whltlngT wa
ter pipe, wire ropes; wheat In well sewed oinaburg or twiEed
ban; sine fab eel) la cask and case; sine In pigs.
This Tariff to tat effect on th 1st day sf September, 1853, an),
continue until other noUce. , ,
E. W. COLE, T
Sup. Naslrille t OaattanoeQa Hit
B. ATRES. i
W. J. ROSS,
Sups. Memphis Charlatan Bi
R. C. JACKSON,
tepT tf cap. East Ttnn. J Georgia X.aJsV
Libel In rem. E
ARSIIAL'S NOTICE. Robert L. Weakley. ,JIo
Straw and eUWrs.Ts Steamboat BlaneacLcwis
Br virtus ex a warrantor arrest Issued from the
District Court In aad for the District of Mid i! Tennessee. In tin.
above causes, directing m to arrest th said Steamboat Blascaa
Lewls, her machinery, boat, tacklo, apparel and furniture, andi
under an order or the Hon West H. Humphreys, Judge ot said
court, I, Jesse E. Clements, Marshal of tha said Court, d
hereby mak publication of the warrant and arrest of (aid iteao
boat,her machinery, boat, tackle. apparel and furaitureasd
cits all person la general who have, or pretend to have.,any
right, title or Interest therein, to appear before the said Jadgs
ot said District Court at th court-room of said court. In th Cap
itol, at Nashville, oa the 15th day of November, 1859,11 It ' a
court day, else on thecourt day next following at 19 o'clock lr
th forenoon, there to answer unto the said ltbellant la eaasea
of contract,clvll and maratime, for material furnished, ssrvteea
rendered. Ac, and further to do and raceire lalW tahalfissta
service shall appertain. Thi 27th Oct, IBM. .
JESSE B OLSMBTrS;'
Doited 8 ates iia nhal
octSfbdtd Tor the MVUIe Wilriel of Tjnne.ar
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
B.H.WllI!,et. al. v. Elisabeth C CWUrei!, tt.
IN pursuance of a decree of t!i CVunly Oourt of David.a
county.rendered at the OVtotar aerBi, in the arovstaua.
I will offer for sale at thecourt bona in NashvUleea Batarday.
the 3d dcy ot Pecembtr not, a houwind lot of greand onvHlgh,
Street, la the Southern part of th city of Nashvill. Tha lot
front 4VJ feet on the EastsM of said street, and runs back:
about 200 feet to the TennesK aad Alahama Railroad. .The
property! in the fre territory, and is exempt from alt (axe;
itbelong to the estate of Catharln Willis, dee'd., and Is sold to.
pay debt! of thee, tats and for dUtributiea among the heirs.
T . creditor one and to year with Interest will ha
glTen,cepttrihesumof SlOO.forwhieha note at sUtydays
well endorsed and payable in bank will be reouired, and alum
wUl be retained to secure th payment or said notes. Tot fsith
erpartlculara call on Nance k Woodward
r. a ufiAiiiAjn.u. at ji.
E. R. GLASCOcr. Auctioneer. occiMtd
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Nashville and North-western Railroad.
A PUBLIC LETTING of tha GRADUATION. BRIDGINQ
and TRES3LINO of about !M miles of tha Western DM
Ion of the Nashvill and North Weern Railroad. tenL?t:
from near Dresden to Hantlngdon.wlll be held at Dresden, Ten
nessee, on THURSDAY. 8th of DECEMBER next. v
Profilej,Plans,Specifieatons, sec, will bo ready and open at
the Engineer1! Office In Hickman, Ky.. from NsvtaiberxVthta
December 3d, ana si ureal ea Irom December ta u swssm
Sealed ProBOsal forth work bv Rotors of about one aaa
each will be received until Decsmber 3d, at Hickman, Kyi,'aad
natll the morning ot December SUi at Dresden Tenn. Tjrma
mostly caxh. V. K. STEVEXSOSS?
Fs. HET.LNER. '
novS-tl Engineer Western Division.
DISSECTING XNSTRU3EENTS .
ot every variety, style and price, to which tho attecUea of tit
iTXEDICAL STUDENTS ; " V
t repeetfully Invtod. Also -4 f
Frof, l"aal F.Sra'4 Pociet Caaeo., :
' May's "
SyCwtoasy Cases e
- M Tourniquet. .
Together with a very larg stock of Acputatke, Ctatettlexl,
Peatal and Trepanning Inatramectx ot all kind ' -
w-. . , . . RAINS BROWN.
- Wholes.! and Retail Agents for tha tale of the celebrated
Tlemaa Iastmmena la Naaavflte. tepSt
PIANOS I MUSIC'
TUSTreealvedby the ahcr&ex a of thess
eels bra ted Piano of Stelnwav k. San and
ill A. Gal 4: Co.. of H. v.. eemdiHiii etf IW.
I 6,,;,7an.l7XocUve. Those In. want of thU to- 'J l r.
aispesaaaepsnorornamans, wsuia ao well ia call aaansmy
stcek.. Soldi low aa the loirsst, aad warraat S jejin. . j
Also, for saUthslarrsrt stock of Sheet Masij and small M.
tical Initroaexti la dtr; InUrvalB cailUBVnlon St,