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NASHVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1859.
NASHVILLE AXD CHATTANOOGA It. U
p-J CHARGE OP SCHEDULE.
OS AND AFTER
SUNDAY, N1.XT, JTOJLT 3rd, 1859i
Passenger Trait will ran at follow! ;
Leave NashvH' t 10:11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
" risyenjon at 5:3s A. M. and 53o P. M.
Arrive at CtAttiooca at 8 00 A. U raiaOuP.M.
Leave Chattanooga at 2:20 A SC. and 8 30 P. M.
" 8trBOB it 3-39 A.M. and 5:30 P. M.
' Arrive at Nashville at 11:50 P SI. and 1 30 P. SI.
BOTH Trains making etoee connections East and West at
Stevenson, with Meoubis and Charleston and oilier Rail
roads to New Orleaut ajid other Southern dties.and at Chatta
nooga with ttae Geoigia3tteRoad. andbyltwtth other Roads
ranolng through Georgia, Boath Carolina and AUba.tn a, and
With ltasiespjeeeand Georgia Railroad at Chattanooga, con
necting Hot in tbe Virginia rente, to Lynchburg, RIcbxnond.
Eilrnere, PMUl.lphla, Washington City, New York and other
Through TVrtJ may b bad at any bonr on application to
Ticket Agent, at Utee ft Perot, to tlie following placet, tIz:
Sew Trk,Tt. Bart learnt ana irgirja rout jew yorK
via. OtiarLttos, Polledelidiia, Baltimore. Wasldngton Cltw
Petersnur. lUehtuond. Lyuetihurg, Knoivlile, OLarlrtton. Sa
vaszuk. Mawn, Augurli, Atlanta, Montgomery, Ilunt.-i:i
Grand Junction. Vjwq.bii, New Orleans, Virginia Springs, Besr
aneos rprtt asu iuc-uuiumiic.
Jutyl-tf E. W. COLE, 8operLitendrnt.
TcKitcssf.e iiml Alabama Railroad.
pNar.J-fiirMONDATt July tth, 1?59, the Trains wfllnia
cr iwtsow :
Golu? .Son til.
I.wve Nashville :5 A SI and MP P St.
Arrive at Colombia 1U..0 A M aud & 10 P M.
Laave OoIshbW 7:10 A SI and 3;M P SI.
Airlve at Nashville 8: A SI and 6.30 P M.
Will ietmNiuhrille ?: A Jl.and arrive at Colombia 10:30 A St
Will let re OolaaMa 330 F M. and arrive at Nashville 0:45 P M
JunB-r;tf W. O'N. PKttKINB.Juperintendent
RALTIMORE AND OHIO
Great National Route.
TERMINATES AT WASHINGTON AND
Bklthaoreon the Cast, and Wheeling, Kenwood, and Vark
rsburg on ti West, at whkrrplaces it unit with Railroads,
wnn, A.G , wr ana ircm an poini in in
Weal, Sfllitli-ivest and North-West.
Tare WXew Ycrkiad Boston ONE DOLLAR leu than Tia any
.we Trains leave Wheeling daily, 8:50 P. SI., and li:30
Direct eoBoeetlOBa are made by these trains
For nil tlio Eastern Cities'.
Tbbll the oolr route to Washlnrton Cltv.
Pissenrrrs by Ihta Monte can visit Baltimore, Philadelphia,
s ra, ana xissiosi, sitae cost ci a ucaet to Boston atone, by
TnroajtB Tlrte'i to tba Kattern cities can be procured via
Qntek lime aad aat esnneetieni.
Ina4re for tfohett t! tte Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, at
ui wt utc pnimjwiwiiiwi vutxilD loe n eal.
K P. FCLLSIl, Gea'l Wertern Ai?ent.
L. X. COLE, General TicVet Ajent.
W. P. Sxith, Master Transportation apU
CA7AC1TT Of THIS SOD II KOWEQUILTO AXTlSTnt CC3HT11T.
BETWEEN riTTSBURO AND PHILADELPHIA,
CONNBOrtKG direct in the CtJcu Depot, at PitUbnrg. with
Teroaik Tram fnui all Weivrn Ciiies lor Pbiiadejphia,
Mew rorlc, BitoH, Ualuoiore, and Washington City ; ilim fur
nishing; fxdlitt-s for the transportation of I'assengera u"ur
al far s(H and comfort by any other rente.
ScpreH and Paat Lines ran tbroush to Philadelphia without
Vugre sf cars or cou lactora.
' -qakitnr Cars areattached to encb train. Wjod raff's Sleeping
C-ito iiijew and Past Trains. 'J'lic Uxpreu ltuno
X tl! , Iail and Fas Line Stndajs excepted. Three Dally
rllns uoneet direct tn Sew VorL. Express and Fast Line Cud
I act far Baltimore and Washington.
ltpress TrahM leave Pittsburg ii A. II., arrives at Philadelphia
or Bartiaere S P. SI., Sew York 10:30 P. SI.
kail Train 1mm Pir.eU.rfr 6 A. SI., arriving at Philadeliihia 11
P.U. New York, A 'JO A. SI. 4
aatLine leaves l'llUbars; 5 1. JI., arrire at Philadelphia r
Baltimore at 839 A. SI., New York S30 P. SI.
EIr Dally Trale tuftween Philadelphia and New York. Two
I ally Train between New York and Boston. Ihrourh Tickets
allKall) are good on either of the above trains
Boat Tiekats to Beaton are good via NorwiUi, Fall River, or
Tleketa Eastward may be obtained at anrof the important
ViTIroad Olfirei in the W est . alco.cn board of any of the regular
Line of fiteaaiera on the Slisiippi or Ohio Rivers ; and Tickrts
.Tojtwanl at the Othces of tlw Company in Bolton, New "York,
3altimere, or Pkiladelpiiia. I
Fare u.1 ivnj K a- loir as liy nnj-ollier Houtc.
The completion e-f the Western connection of the Pennsylvania
JUilread to CLieace, makes this tint
ZHUECT LLVU Kr-TU'EnSTTIin EAST AND
THE GREAT NOIEN'II-IVEST.
The connecting tracks by the Railroad Bridie at Pittsburg,
avoiding all draye or ferriage of freight, together with the ter
Ingof tiae, are airantagea nrajily appreciated by Shippers or
freight, asd the traveling public.
I'arties ShtppiBg Kajtwara find It to their advantage to
ship by this rsate.
For Fisisiit CxitraetiMa or Stupping Directora apply to orad
xreas either or the folloaicc aceeU or the cwmpany :
t. A. STEW 1RT. Pittsburg ;
Doyle A. Co., PtmheaHlte. 0 : SI t. Pierce & Co., Zanesrille, 0.;
J J JohMa, Xily, O; R. SlcVeeiey. Slayiville, Ky.: Onnshy
t Crojper, I'ortsia.ioth. 0.; Paddock & Co., Jeff-.rs envlllc, In J.;
II W Mrown & Co . Cincinnati, O. EC Sirldruci, Maditon,
auu., iimwRimiiiun, uocwiiie, ivy,: a v uraijain ec Co-.
Cairo, III.; It FSa. si. I.u.. Mo ; John II Harris, Nestnille,
Tmi.; Ilirrx i. Hunt, M-c, hi.. T-du ; Clarke Sr. Co.. Chicato,
Ill : WU
i nan, 'B in, 1,1 : rurpliy & n lle, Dohnque.
KreifcM of Ka. lroj at diBcn.nl points in tie
Iowa, or is
TlieGrratcst I'.nrititiesorrnrcd for UicVro
teetion unit Ntic3)- Tr.tii-ioriMtloii of
And Good Aecosamit.i:ims with uul privileges for persons
travetlag sh csaaetre tlw-r.
l Kiat.ii j's i oinr.iKDi:ib
By this roato Freich of all de rriplion can l-e forwar:led
from PUbuMtdtia. Sew '. irk. Bos h. or tiaMuuvre. to any Mltit
od ibe Kutroa l ot uhio, K u;u ay, 1-Haiu, lliiuuis. Wiscon
sin, Ioa, or M im Miri. l- l.a ;fnsl dir.-ct.
lbe I'rntMylraiia tuiir .ncff!i at Pittsburg with
steamers bjr wbicb H.kJi un be cranlnl tn any port n tlie
Obta, MutlaKJiis. Kiilu- ;y, Itwrt. Cumlrrlal, lliiuc-i!,
SiiMlssipii, 'tmwui, Ui.inn. Ksmmk, .tmaaasi. and K&l
KTrws;aBdat Cler,aud. SiuJuak), and Cbmsgo citha.l ports
on the Xacth Westerr. L.ri
Mrreanatk and Shi.wiT eatrastiog the transportation of
thiir Freight to this CoaipiDr,raH re y lih ouiiBdente uu i:s
The ratesof freijl.t t. aur paint In the West by the Pennsyl
vania Radroad are: all Uuw as favorable as returgd by
ether Railroad Consianirs
iC? Te irti-u;r i. mart piigf "via Penna. R. P. "
lerebantilntbe West urtcriug guuis frusi Uh East, rill find
It to their interest n caII 0:1 thstg-ats of tats Company at the
follewiag plaoet nrrore -hipMis or 1-rtleri aJdrnsat to either of
tim oc ttae whje-t of frvighu. will meet with rompt attention.
E. J.sXEa,lKR. P'riadelpliia.
SIAflttAW 4: K.l).N i, M, North street, t'altimore.
1 KEOlI tc, 10., J.o. S Aator Iloure.or.No. 1, S. M'm. at,
LEECH & Co , No St Kilby street, Boston.
II. H. llorTON.UetHral Freight Agent, Thila.
L L. IlOOrr. Griier.ll Ticket Agent, l'hila.
T1I03. A. SCOTT. Heueral Mip't, Altoon.. Pa fJanS-tf
BALTIJIOIti: AND OHIO RAIL ROAD
THE Scatters Read of tbe four great lines. This road has
thus far bees saanaged in such a way as to commend it to
the prMkc patronage.
This Company, under the General Superintendence of
II. D. .HEARS, General Freight Agent,
No offers indaeeoKnts to thipperj to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New Ycri, Bortitn. Kichtuond. Petersburg, ice., at exceedingly
low rate, aod tarbeiow New Orleans prices, as their moderate
terms, with tbededac:loo tipoo iuurance of one and a half per
cent., by Ibis route, and tbe European shipping belug froin 3 to
4 ahll lings sterling less than tbe .New Orleans shipping prices,
all commute to render It
Reliable n well us Dctlralile.
Their fsoilHlM for transportation aruunequaled by any otie
road nawin osxration, as tueir Western terminus is at 1'AItli
EUSBURQIl, e-ke bissidred and ninety miles below the low
vat r and nsost dsogrnxii navigation of the Ohio river- This
enables la "tdiiia'y aalerthsde.ivery of goods not only certain
but with dispsneh, is adrance of any other route, and as the wa
terdeeiinea their adrantages are such as the time of delivery
Widens on other routes, so thai this li the only
Olicitn, Reliable and -Spcvdr ICotttc,
Freights oy fiti roate are toss exposed to westber than by.nther
routes, as there is ro ilrayagc, tbe delivery being made at Pat k
crsberKS aoaer a wel I hitd-d ttout, and elevated from thence by
steam imHiUlely to the cars, without being snlject to wrr or
The Louisville steamers connect direct with Parkersburgh
boats wittxMt delay, as I bkeirise tbe regular Clnnlbuati
boata. The Pitttr,;h boAKronveydUecttoParkersburgh. By
this arraisgeatent the (.'ampiny are enililnl to receive freight
dally for tills route at tlteir -r-icj tn Nashville, Teen,
For furtner pa:ticuUrs n-ure of
II. 11. HARRISON, Freith: Agent,
Bay 1 1 Cta N . i. cjrner Broad and Front streets.
The Adacns Express Company.
FTVIK Adasas' Kspress Company tieg leave to announce to their
B friends and tae puoiscoi. anviiie.tnat tney nave copciu.l
TarrangaEaents with I tie Louisvill on'. Nashville a.il itaad !
Company, under which tsey will extend the Qpi-sliocs of tbeir
Stxpress to tbe line of that Rnad,coamaii4ag August 1st, lejil.
On tbe completion or tbe NashTlil of this road to Bowling
Green, about the lutb of Augaot, li. Qeasengera will run
through betwteA Nwonlle and Loaiavltft.
fsr putieulars as to rates, time, &c 'apply t,o
a k;. nQr-T,
ICga-dtf No Market Strt,Nashvli:.Tef a.
Ft A IN AND DIXCKATIVE PLASTHUEIt,
WHOLBSAIX AXD RCTAU. DCALXIt IK
Flakier of Paris, l'lnstcrlnr; Hair, Fire
Hrtck, l ire Clay,
terra com c-hs:u:ney TOI'S, & TER
RA CUTTA WARE GENERALLY,
JVo. 77 Wrolt-Jiy, Kctwceu Suuiiucr and
I) AVIS aV GAINES,
JPBOPSCE & CO.TI.IIISSION MERCHANTS
AND AXALXRS I1C
ForciK aad Domestic Liquors,
Ko. 45 Broad Street, Nashville. Tonn
Ttehighest marks price paid for Rags, Feathers, Sceiwax, Gin
ees.g, Flaxseed, and Bacon.
TnE v.ibvlllc and North Western Railroad Company wisa
Ucontiaot for -10,000 Cedar Cross-Ties.. 9feet
lsug. G inches thick, well hewn, to face at narrowest place not
less than H Inches dear of bark, timber to be sound, to be deliver
a .u j. 11 at tbe road In Nashville.
T.corVct.rrant to contract tor 30,000 While or
l'o.t Oalt. Xics,ortheanieitca3abot, i be delivered
on the lit ot the road in pile" irom SMoa 14 to section 2i,
eiweab 00 eaca section to supply "e ... . , ... .
1..:. ... . iaj iii Hirect to the Tresideat and Direct-
s of the .Nartvill and Neith-western Railroad Comrcy,
AUhvHIr.Tet.n " "
COAL! COAL I COAL!
k LL person wishing a Wr article or Coal should call
V at the J.tna Yard and examine the stock. It Is guaranteed
to-ivemor. 1. ..nr. and litXT. and lastlongrr,
with sosrewiy an, sa- or soot. We only ask trial from the
xaost skeosieal, knowiug they will ho pleaitd. Orders can Ifl
leftlnBaxM Pisuoe tr the Yard back of the Nashvllleand
wuuAsecfa nantead Iter .
novll 1 . SAMUEL J. AGNEW.
Oft ft B0XIW No. 1, received thjs!sy. and for sale by
Zn K o. JufiaU McCREA CO
A FIXE PARLOR GRAND PIANO.
JITBT rtcdvsi Luclits Music (.Store. Call andtry
Tall and Wfutcr Arrungement.
TJ. S. MAIL
IN CONNECTION WITH THE
Nashville &. Chattanooga Railroad
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad,
EDGEFIELD AND KENTUCKY BAIL ROAD,
AND THE '
EOUISVIIXE & NASHVIXtE ItAIMtOAD.
rTT;HE following splendid steamer comprise this line, and
t leave itasnvtiie cany lor . ioaii. ioauviue, jSmlthlasd;
i luacau, tjairo, aiempnu ana new irrii&ns:
Leaves Nashville every Monday at 13 o'clock M.
SteaaerC. E. IIIEEITIAN,
Ix-avej Nashville evtry Tuesday at o'clock P SI.
Steamer SAINT CLOUD)
Leaves Ka-hviUe every Wednesday and Saturday
12 o'alock SI.
Leaves Nashville tr-ry Thursday at 12 o'clxk M.
Steamer B. HI. ItlJNl'AN,
' Mittzt, Slaster.
Leaves Nashville on Fridays at 4 o'clock P. SI.
Steamer SAINT CLOUD,
. Siks, Master.
Leave NashvI'Ie every Saturday at 13 o 'clock M.
Tbeee steamers connect at Padncah with tbe SIoMle ard Ohio
RaU-oad, at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at St.
Louis with the Sfissouri and Upper Mississippi River Packets,
ana are equal to any steamers as oat for safety, speed ana com
fort. A. HAMILTON.
BBLS. Brazil Nuts;
10 bbls Texas Pecans;
IS do Almonds;
10 do Filberts;
1U do Enrllsh Walnnta:
In store and for sale low at 13 and IS Market street by
june29 HUGH McCREA A-.CO.
if AEEI ALE ! ALT: I
Ct? BARRELS Smith's Champagne Ale;
2.1 da do Eennett do
25 do do Bottled do
The above Ales are the finest made and are warranted Tor
sale at Plttsbargh and Wheeling prices, freight added, at No. S
Market street. "
ju!v3l CARTER, WILSF0RD t CO.
NOW OK NEVER.
TAM now In the city and am engaged In sel'.ng county rights
for tbe State of Tennessee, for the manufacture and sale cf
my Patent Improved Bee Hites, tbe virtue and superiority
of which have been testified toby hundreds of the most worthy and
eminent clti.-ens of our country. The construction of my Hive
Is simple, and I promise it is the only Hive In the world known
which is sroof acalnst the bee mothe. Personadesirous of pur-
chasing either family or county rights for the best Bee Hive In
tne woti j, eta find me for s few days at the Auction Kooms oi
Messrs. Hardy Brothers, where I will bctappyto see them.
Jnly23 tf JOSEPH KENT.
OS. CAR BO II ME & CO.,
Have Just opened at th:ir stand,
No. 7 Union Street,
A complete stock of Fall and Winter
DRESS Aft D MANTILLA TR IltlltllNCS,
CtOMPRlSING a full assortment of plain and figured Velvet
j RiUois,GiIons. Fringes, Dule Gimps, Oral Trimmings,
Brits, Buttcns, Braids, Bugle Buttons tc Accall of which are
entirely new, an J the best that could be got In the Eastern mar
ket!. Our stock of
Top lit n Merino nnd Shetland Wool,
Euibroldrred Braids and Silks: Crochet, Embrollery and Spoa
Cotton ; as well as any other materia! for Knitting. Netting. m
lrf-oidery and Crochet work, ia corpleteand largir in variety and
quantity than ever. We also continue to manufacture
S'rinycs, Tatscls, IInttons,s, Cord, Ac.
to order a usual, and will try tc suit all and everybody.
nn. a, lioksotv.
JOHN 1TIORROW & SON
wnousiLi and KtrratL c
y nAiiuuiiiii ai iva m
H Ware-Film ish i n g House, 2
No. 48, market Street, f
nashvil;le, tenness e ;
XUirCTACTXXZSa AXD DEALXXS lit
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks;
Carpet Sacks, Saddle Bas, Arc. M
TBJERSONS visiting Nashville In need of anything in i
our line, will find It tc their interest to exam-
tneour stock before purdminge".sewhere, as It Is our
intention to make quUk saiea and snort profits.
an7-tf JOnN MORROW & 80V
HAT AND CAP STORE.
7 BE LAI SSI STYLES ALWAYS 02f BAUD.
And the Beat-
ELVERSON tV EVANS,
43 UNION STREET, NEAR STATE BANK,
FURMAN & CO.,
Importers ami Wholesale
NO. 2 SOUTHEAST SIRE PUBLIC SQUARE,
E rsr again p'.ed to announce to our friends and the
'iraae,iaat we nate now completed our Stocafor the
FALL AND WINTER,
and that no labor or pains has been spared to make our assort
ment attractive In prices, qualities and styles.
Plantation aad Servants Goods, in great
Blankets and Wrappers, of every style
Oar Stock of Fancy Goods and Ladies' Dress Goods excels
anything we have ever before presented ; whilst our assortment
of Staple and Varities will be fund complete in all its details.
An examination is respectfully solicited from all the merchants
visiting this market. FURMAN & CO.,
Fire Story Block.uear the Wire Bridged
CORNER CEDAR AND CHERRY STREETS,
Ill AVE made exteasive arrangements for the receiving oi all
the niurscics of the coming season, of Fish, Flesh and Fowl:
our Oysters will be from the moat celeniated beds. Pickles and
Condiments frcm the celebrated establishments cf Cress At
Blackwell and Loa di Pe.-riu, nith a large and well selected
"Wines, Brandies, Ac, Ac.
KxceMen'. COOKS aad attentive Waiters, the vrhole ander
dajeruitenilece of that well known Epicure, Mr. C11ARL
On and after the ISth of September e will be prepared to
wan upon our cu-tomers DAY" AN 0 MGHT Railway travel
ers will find this arrangement to their advantage
YgrRXXKllSEK TlfS XSTI!0POLI7AK!J3L
(Opposite Dank of Tenncftce.,)
NASHVILLE, "T ENN ESS EE,
Wholesale and Retail
TIIK nnJersigned takes pleasure to Inform his friends And
oustotnrrs that theVNION RESTAURANT Is now tiptn
rorthe aeaap, wbtrethey can he supplied with nil the delicacies
of the season, such es Fresh Oysters, Game, Freatand Salt Water
Fish, Olaiaaatkl Crai-a
Hating procured tbe best Cooks and Waiters, and by prompt
attention U business, I hope to rteeive a share tt the public
patronage. Gen'lemen wishing thilr meals sent to their rooms
can be accommodated at the shortest notice.
We are also prepareu 10 luruua uimiera ana r uppers lar jar
ties in excellent style.
InaddiUanto our Cooks, tre have procured the services of a
skiltul Pastry Cook.
House open from six in u:e morning uu twelve at signu
TTr' Choice brands of Wine kept always on hand.
sliVat-bm A. JUNNARD. Agent.
r AVID BISMCXXS,
J. II. rAXRASU
FARRAR, DISMUKES & CO.,
r Dealers In all kinds of
ROOTS, SHOES, GAITER5
i TRUNKS, .VALISES, Ac, Ax.,.
A. B. Robcrtso'n's Stand.
NO. 4 3. COLLEGE .STREET,
rr-w'7E are now receiving one cf the largest sad most beautiful
BOOTS, SHOES, Ax;,'
for T.t: ind Winter, that has ever been broneht t& Nsthville.
They were manaractured to eur own order pr;ially for RrrAtt.
ma. we mil's sii Burincii.iM lac puuuc generally cat
onus.aswewill sell tbem very Irfor CASH.
sepC tf FARRAR. DISMUKES fc CO.
Golden Syrup! Golden Syrup! !
CJJ' BARRELS SU Loals GoldeaSyrap;
rwf I 25 kees do do do
Jastreceived, and s Terr superior article for sale low at No. 5
South Market street.
OARTKR. WIL8F0RD fc'CO.
CJTARCII.-tlC Boxes Fox's Pearl Starch, the best article
a-7ia uc marxciur laieiow dj
0 ARTB, WILSrORD & CO,
u. 11. K ..Market it.
X 8 5 6.
Fall Stock Dry Goods
f as i.
NORTH MARKET STREET,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Ws are In receipt of an Immense Stock of the above-Bentloncd
DOUBLE SKIRT SILK ROBES,
Fancy jDeLaiiios ,
Irish Linens, Damasks, White Goods,
Bonnet Ribbon, Ladies' Head Dresses,
Cloaks, Shavrls, Mantles, A-c., Arc,
Black and Colored Cloths. Doeskins and Casimeres, Silk Telvtt,
S:ik Plush, Casslmere and Satin Testings, Silk Serge, Satin De
Chines, Tailor's Trimmings, &c, &c.
Jeans, Satinets, Tweeds, Coating and Negro Blankets, Rail
way Rugs, Bed Blankets Flannels, &c, tc. Bleached Sheet
ings and ShlrtiLgs.
American, English V Freneh Prints
VARIETIES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION, &c.
ITave now on hand a large and complete Slock of
Which we have purchased cheap, aad which we will Retail
AT VERT LOW PRICES.
JTjP Great ixDccxarTra offered to cash bitters
Hy Their Stock is large and of prime qiality.
Try The usual Barter taken in exchange 'orGoodJ.
McWHIRTER, MILLER & CO..
No. SI North Market Street,
sep31 3 doors from Publio Square.
CAIN & CORNELIUS,
NO. 40 CHURCH STREET,
Has Come.! Has Come! I
The Good Time Has Come!
Sincer's No. 2 Scwins Machin can
now lie had for
One Hundred & Five Dollars !
NO. 1 for;
K .vORManufscturictrand Plantation nnrrvos th onlv relia-
JP hie nd unexcelled-Sewing Machine In t) world.. M.
bingtrii Co. Uazette.
Family Sewing Machines from Fif
ty to Eighty DoIIaro.
We have tried them tn our own Family and find them roperlot
to any in use. J. M.dtnjcrtE LO. baeeue.
J. T. LORD, Agent,
sepSS 45 North College Street.
THE STAR GALLERY !
KPTIFREOTVPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS
No 44, Union Street next door to Weasel A Thompson's.
T. F. SALT55MAN,
f LAfcl OPERATOR AT BCOQIS' SALLEKT .1
TrTTAYTNG fitted id rooms aa above, exclusively for that
n l branch of business. Is prepared to receive the ladles and
Jfien.n of Nashville and fiiake fae tlmilet of their faces. In
the highest style r the Art, No expense has been spared either
In furnishing his apartments or procuring the latest aad most
irrnmnat AnnaratuB and materials, and the subscriber confident
ly lnltves all who may want pictures to give him s call, pledging
satisfaction in every case. .
IITEntrance t door CWcil to Wejeal jjsjr,
BURGE & SWANN,
axo dxaucs is
BRANDIES, WINES, CIGARS, A'C,
COR. COLLEGE AND CHURCH SIS., NASHVILLE, TENN.
WEaienowln receipt of alarre aad well assorted stock of
Groceries, Liquors, Itc, to which we Invite the atteatlot
of the trade:
250 hhds Louisiana Sugar. ISO bblsBalticioreand Louisiana
100 bbls N Y and Philadelphia Coffee Sagar; 1
Crvshed Sngar. ?S bblsBaltimore and Louisiana
50 bbls N Y tad PhlladelpUa Loaf Sugar; :
. Powdered Sugar; 25 bbls Baltimore and Philadel
phia DR Sugar.
23 do 0. G. Jars Coffee,
SCO sacks Rio Cofee,
100 dc Lagayra do;
250 bbls New Holaasss,
00 ,' bbls do
100 ten gall kegs do
TSO ten gallon kersGoId.Sjrapt
SO bbls do do
300 bbls Dean's ex. Whisky, 200 bbls best Robertson county
100 do Wilshlre's do Whisky,
75 do WArd Sr. Cary 0 ISO bbls Rye & Bourbon do
25 do SrJth's old reserxe do 100 bxs Longvorth's Catawba
tn qr. pipes snerry Madeira Wine;
Wine; SO if casks old Bargandy
5 K pipes JeanLoutsErandy; Wine:
S pipes Holland Gin; SO bask Champagne Wine
bbls Ala: JObblsYiMgar;
2S casks London Porter;
Together with every other articles usual kept In the Grocery
ln. octlSd BURGH t SWANN.
Guard against Fall & Winter fire
Incorporate 1810 Charter Perpetual.
Cash Capital $1,000,000,
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.
NET SURPLUS OF 6042,181 72
And the prestige of 40 yea rs success and experience.
UPWARDS OF $13,000,000
Of lrsies have been paid by the .Xtna Iniuranca Company in the
past forty years.
Tbe value of reliable csurance vrlil be apparent from tia fol
LOSSES PAID BY THE JETJfA
D3RISO TUB PAST FIVE YKABs :
In Ohio $131520 83
In Wisconsin ........ 10G,OT5 07
In Kentucky .. 204,939 40
Missouri.. :4,S13 04
Iowa & Minn 101.399 Ad
Kansas & Neb
- W.3;f7 41
... 10.943 T7
Peaa'atVa 31.585 S3
Arkansas & Ga...
Mississippi and Alabama-
Fire and Inland Navigation
Risks accepted at Unas consistent with solvency and fair profit
Espteiit attention givtti to Jnsunnc of J) EtLIXQSar.il
LWitrat, for term of l lo a yean.
The solid service long and successfully tried, and the many ad
vantages the .Etna Insurance Company possesses in its line,
should not be overlooked by thoso ready to Insure and under
standing their best Interests.
Iwring "stringent tunss" the necessity for raliabla Insurance
becomes aa imperative duty the ability of property owners to
suntain lossbeing then mrcb lessened.
Agencies in all the principal cities and towns throughout the
State. FbliciesIssuedwitLoutdelay.by any of tha duly author
tied Agents of the Company.
isuhincsK uticuuca to wnu Aicspaicn ana
MASH SC. iTIAKR, A pen IS,
ep3-3a - No. 25 Col'g 8trast, Va5hville. Tenn.
W HISKE Y.
J'rom tie Xew,Orteani Picayune.
nnnE purity of this Whiskey Is cxrtiflal to by the leading
JL Northern mea. of science, such as Dr. Chilton, the noted
New Yerk Chemist. A friend of ours who understands such things,
tells as this "Aromatic"Is a good "Aromatic;" and as he Is reli
able, we can sfely recommend this Valley tthlskey to those in
need of a good article.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Crttcent.
Not s particle of strychnine in it the best we hare tasted for
many a day.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From tie Daily True Delta, A'ew (Meant.
Thongh not much of a judre. we may say. and we are endorsed
by friends who are, that the 'Aromatic Valley Whiskey," the
very poetry of "old Sfonongahela," manufactured by Wm. H.
Daly, is unequaled for "Purity" and -'Flavor" ty any la the
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
JYvm the Memphtt JDatiy Appeal,
It is pronounced by good Judges to te free from all deleterious
or foreign sulistances, and consequently it ekovld tale the place
of all jxiieonout adm ixturet, whiih exercise so unwholesome
an influence upon tnose who use thm, where they are consumed
ntall. Tbe noxious leverages that are generally Intended for
Whiskey are an imposition aod a curse.
Daly's Aromatic Valley WThlskey.
Drotn the Georgian Citleen.
It Is a Dleasvnt. unctuous stimulant, peculiarly adaoted to the
cure of Invalids who need impure tonic, without much of the al
cohol c principle.
Daly's Aromntic Valley Whiskey.
Jrorn the Galtetton Era.
We have no hesitation In pronouncing it equal, if not superior.
to any we have ever drank.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the HemphU Daily Eagle & Enquirer.
It has been pronounced by the highest scientific and medical
authority a pure and healthy stimulant, entirely free from dele
terious admixture We can recommend it with perfect confidence
to these who require an alcoholic stimulant for medical jrur
poeet. "Daly's Valley WNsk'y" Is superior to Ola, Cordial,
French Brandy, Port ani Madeira Wines, and Indeed all other
varietiea of spirits which are sold in this market, for net one of
tbeiu can be fount ta a cure state. No intelligeat physician
would have tbe 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 wonld recommend It as suitable for medicinal and public pur
poses. CUAS. T. JACKSON.
State Assayer, Boston.
It is without any deleterious admixture.
JAS. R. OUILTON.M. D., New York.
Entirely free from adulterating Ingredients, so frequently
used JAS. J.MAPiS, New York.
IT? r.nntnmpn en flpnenA unon ffettin&r a Dare article when
they bay the Valley Whiskey, as it Is sold by the bottle and case
only. WJI. u u.i.a,
For tale In Nashville by RAWORTH t CLEUM.
f. H. BLACUtAX. OXO. L. QILLESTIE, JR.
DEALERS IX lLl)
BOOTS SHOES, s
Trunks, Valises, Bonnet Boxes, Ax., Ac,
COKXSR PUBLIC SQUARE ABD MARKET STREET,
AVINGjusi opened a stock entirely new and of the very
latest stvles. ia our line, at the above mentioned well
nown stacd. fNichol's corn-r.i we Invite oar frknds and tie
publlcladiesi-ndgeatlemen, young aod old,tocal and see tbe
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS. Ac.,
th it have eve.-been brought to this market-
We Larticnlarlr Invite those In waut oi urogans ana
Plantation Shoes, to give us a tall, as we feel certain
we can please thee BLACKMAN & GILLESPIE,
Prince of "Wales anl Figgaro
Areamocgsta n amber of FINE BRAXDSot
JUST RECEIVED AT J . W. LANG LEV'S.
Tobacco in Cans and Cases,
Garret's Snuff in Bottles aad Pa iters
J. W. LANG LET'S,
44 ITnlon 8reet.
J. 3. SIILLKR. J.WATEBMAM.
MILLER & WATERMAiV
Auction &. Commission Merchants,
WILL give particular attention to the publif Aid private
sale of Merchandise and Protjertv ot every description,
and will make prompt returns for the saaie.
Refer, by Permission, to
J. B. Ac W A. Ross, T. R. Bloom, J F. Winter, L. M. Lamar,
B.BonJ, President Manufacturers' Bank, Macon, Georgia ; v
M. Davidson, La Roche Si. Bell, R Habersham U. Sons, Brlgham,
Baldirln & Co. T. J . Walsh, Saranaah, Georgia: W. C. Dukes &:
Son.Uhatlejtnn. S. 0. surf Cm
Sitperior Farming Lauds for Sale.
This Tract of Land Is sltua'ed In in exeeltent neighborhood.
has ujon it good improvements, Is well watered for stock and
o.her finning purposes, and is susceptible ot division into two
In point ot location. soil, wster, &e., fora stock, grain or to
bacco farm, it is unsurpassed by any tract in the State.
Pusto bee, enureses, schools, and Railroad station convenient
to tbe premises.
Terms easy, liberal time given. Ft further psitl-ulars ap
ply to JctaL Sehon.of the firmofSehon tc Slerrilt, No. 14
Cedar Street, or at this oSce octlS-dJktwOm
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
No. CO Market Street,
TTTK have now on hand a full and complete assortment of
'V MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, tc., "hid offer at
be very lowest prices :
NEW IQUSIC, NEW MUSIC.
LUCK'S MUSIC STORE.
Sweetly o'er my senses, 3S cants.
CallmetMneown, - S do
When from my native hills I stray, 25 do
Aana Lisle, . 25 do
Polar Bear Polka, - . 30 do
Wiltx. - - 30 do
Also, the finest selection of Guitar Music in the city, call aad
examine it yourselves.
GOOEY FOR DECEMBER.
GODEY'S Lady' Book for December, just received by
HARAN tc JOHNSON,
n0TlS . .Periodlcol Agents
THE subscribers to the Stock of the Spring Street Bridge
rnminT are rea nested to meet at the office of A. T. H.
Llndsley, Xsq-, on Saturday, tha 10th day of December next, for
the purpose oi eiecuax sorca vukwi
Piy order et ,TBE COJIMISSI0NEB3.
Slasilk Snioir ml mmi
Daily SSV qPri-Weekly S3; Weekly
Rates of Advertising..
TEN LINES" or LESS CONSTITBTE A SQUARE.
IN TUB DAILY.
r r u
. 25 00
Each additional Insertion, .
Each additional square,
BXSKWABLK AT PLEASURE.
. One Square, one year. 530 Each additional Square, $10.
Advertisers oxccedlng-tliespnco contracted
for, will be charged for the excess.
"&1S TIIK VKEKLT.
Oxr Dollar per Square for tl first, and Ftrrr Cxkts for eacn
Advertisements tiUbll&hed In brttfc th THilvnnd Vft!v-w111
he charged the full dally ra.es with oce-hslf tha aeeklv rates
TrantitntAditfUUnenttuuttbepailJorat the time of
It will save us a great ileal of unnecessary trouble If our friends,
In writing to us', sill Lrai in mird tbe following rules :
Always give the date, Post 02ce, county, and State In the body
of your letter.
If yen wish the Papei changed from one effica to another, give
If you writ on. business and othr matters, write on separate
sheets o paper, or different leaves of on sheet. (
Letters and communications are solicited upon all such facts
and subjects as may be of informa-ion or interest tn the public
Anonymous communications of whatever cLsracter, will receive
Correspondents shcnld write only upon onesMe of the paper
We cannot undertake to return reject. 1 common -ailou.
All letters on business should 1m di-eited to Jtesir, E. G.
EASTMAN t CO., and not personally to either of the Pro
prietors TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE.
Wosday, November l!8h. 185!.
The IFouse resumed tbe coreideration of (he Bay
less' resolution, pending at the lime of taking the
rescss for dinner.
Mr, GANTT did tot know hew to reply to the
charges, that the Democratic lartj South was tha
free toil patj. IbU propoeiticn wai so absurd that
he did not know how to meet it lie would go to
the fanatical hosts North and South, and ask whioh
party it is that keeps upthe agitation of the slaver;
question, in answer to l he charge that it ia the Dem
ociatie patty which keeps up agiia'ion The em
ocifttic parljr Elands upon the plst'orm tbe.t slavery
can he pocroljed by Stales and Territories tubject
only to the copslifution of he United Etilos; and
all oppose to that pricplf le stood pppoacd to the
great National Democratic Party.
Mr. CUy was not the author if the Missouri com
prsmise, as T?as dcolared this morning ; but he felt
proud when he thought how poble Northern Demo-crUisappirU-dhcojmpromisemessuros.
a Douglas man.'but if Stephen A. Dougias were nom
inated by the Charleston Convention and stood upen
the Cincinnati platform, then Douglas was his chofca
as aga'nst any Opposition man North or South. Tha
gentleman this morning said the rreat masses of
the NottU wcro sound on the slavery question, and
in the same speech he said there was only a hand
ful cf true men in the North and .hey rallied around
tbe itandard of Millard Fillmore, The gentleman
hag got somnch in the habapf changing, why not
let him change in the. eame speech ?
He traced step by tlep the treason nnd tracked
the traitor Mr. Seward who declared in fivor oi a
higher law dootrine, from that declaration aown to
the foray at Harper's Ferry: aod defied gentlemen
tp pick a tingle flaw in a link of the chain. This
higher law dectrinehas ran eff 20,000 of our slave?;
made the tf ealing of slopes a science in the Ncrth ;
and has a blick host fcf oaa hnpd'e4 and thirteen
supporters cn ihe floor of the United Stifes Hortje
of RepreseLUtires. We should tay to our repre
sentatives that this organization is uncieau aim
should not be touched we don't waat them to shake
hands with members or taat organization, oinao
s.wurl flidillnirg. Greeley, and such a set of
leaders in this organ i ition or we oia percr go with
them. Never, never can W2 ectsr into any euua bu
unholy alliance. Wsiy to the Opposition: Help
us to strike dawn :hese leaders help us to fight
these leader, it is the organization and the leaders
we fight the mimes follow the tpaders,
Mr. Gtntt spoke it. reply io Mr, l'ickeit's forenoon
speech, and m tuptoit tf th resolutions Under con-
Mr. BUTLER Mr.Sptaker: When I gave wy
for this house to adjourn on sSaiutilw. I was in
teniing to answer the gentleman from Sumner Mr.
Benael! and was going to say, that it wai re
markably strange that he- hehad occupied the publio
time nearly one and a half hours, aud never men
tioned the amendment offered by tho gentleman
ftoni Bedford Mr. YVisencr, that amendment being
the rjuretion under consideration, and I repeat, it is
remarkable, and I am at a loss how to account for it.
Does be sympathise with the fire-eaters at the Souti,
and when we denounce them as enemies lo our Union,
do we tramp his toes! I hope not. I entertain a li
ferent opiuion of that gentleman. I can't believe
each of him. Vet I am constrained by his own
course in this debate lo pause, and ask mjself the
question, is it postible that such can be the fact? If
such is not the fact, why did he not discuss the
amendment, which is, that we aek our representa
tives in Congress not to coalese with the cesessionist
or disunioList of tbe South ? Ia there any thing
wrocg in that proposition! Are gentleman upon
the otner fide of this house afraid of making these
Southern fire-eaters mad ! Are they tor dissolving
this Union ! I trust not. Then, I hope gep llomen,
who msy follow mo ia the discussion of the resolu
tions under consideration, will march up and discuss
the emendment of Ihe gentleman from Bedford.
Why shall we not ask our Representatives t.ot to
unite with the fije-eatcrs and disunionists? Is there
no danger apprehended by the union-loving end
conservative people of this grand conicderacy from
and by the reckless and imprudeLt course of these
fanatics South! I believe, sir, there is great dan
ger. I believe we have much to fear from them.
1 believe we have men South who would to-morrow
sink the Union into oblivion, if they could advance
their own interests. I believe we have men South
who for the Presidency of a Southern Confederacy
would deluge the 8outh in blood, m the twinkling
of an eye. Have we nothing to tase these opinions
upon! We nnm:s akably have. During the last
contest for the Presidency, we hcatd Uov. Wise, of
Virginia, publioly daveloping the ecaeme ond the
means of carryiog out a dissolution of the Union.
He spoke of a national civil war as what the would
Invitably have lo eacounfer, bot that, he said, was
not what ho most deprecated. It was tho neighbor
hood civil war, as he termed it, which they would
have to carry on with the fifty thousand unionists
of Virginia that he deplored. Whatl he deplored
that there were fifty thousand citiiens of the good
Old Dominion who loved the union of these Slates,
who were not willing to follow any distracted brain
o overthrow this Union! And to keep down and
overcome these Union loving citizens, h would arm
the negroes of Virginia!! Can 1 find language to
express my condejfloaiion of such sentiments! Atm
the negroes to murder the friends of (he IJninl
And further, Mr. Speaker, we find a Southern
Senator, the Hen. T. L. Clingman, of North Caro
lina, saying that they intended to put down ihe Uni
on men of North Carolina by the swift attention of
vigilance committees, that is, by organized assassi
nation. And still further, th3 Demooratio adm;nis.
tration organ published at Washingtoa under toe
control and none of tne President admitted as an
undisputed fact that there is a wide spread and des
perate conspiracy at the South for dissolving the
Uniop. None of these met with contradiction or re
buke from oay Democratic journal. Such acquies
enr.R under the charces and avowals is equal to full
proof, and in the face of all these, and many others
of which I oould mention, we are no' t0 instruct
our members of Congress not poalssoe with the
disunionist at the South! Jf we are to vote on the
Bayless resolutions and we are to ask our represen
tative not to coalesce with the Black Republicans
in the organization of tbe House, why not say also
to them, touch not the nana of auouinern msuuionr
isl! 1 can see no gooa reason, aone nas ueen ui-
fered by gentlmen upon the other siue or inis
house. None I preiume can or will be offered. Yet
T find. Mr. Sneaker, a disposition among gentlemen
upon the other side of this house, lo oppose ibis
amendment, and they are secmiDgly astonished at
the Evrtleman fiomBsdford fMr- Wisener, forsay-
ing that he had as much respect for an abolitionist
ns he had for a Oiguntonisi. nucn are, 4. uavo o
doubt, bis honest sentiments and they are the sen
timents of thousands Scutb,
I come not as tho advooate of any Republican, or
Black Republican as they are called. No, I have
no pympatby for them; ard as for Ym. H. Seward I
utterly detest mm, ana language iuubuis tu capress
my abhorance of him since he made his Rochester
speech and bis conceslion with the Harper's Ferry
riot. I endorse every word uttered in reference lo
him by the gentleman from Haywood, Mr. Lea.
He says he is an arch traitor and should be hung as
highasHaman. Such I endorse. Yetwhatdo we
find now in Tennessee we nca a kiemooratic tsur
nI. the Usios and Amebic tN, a raper that has the
largest circulation in Tennessee, tho leading journal
of the Dfmocratic party, saying taai oewara is as
cood or belter than Douglas, and we find the name
Ot D. A- isougias liuauuK si me m&Biucau 01 tne
West Tennessee Democrat for the 1'restJeocy. A mm
who, says the gentltman from Haywood, is an arch
traitor. the leading oraa of his party says
he is r.3 good a man for tbe south as Douglas, end
that man's claims are urged by a leading Democratic
journal for tbe Presidency.
In the face of all these fad s, gentlemen upon this
floor say the Demooratio party is the only party
that can save the Scuta. Is the election of Doug
las to eave the South ! Does any gent'eman who
holds a place upon this floor say that his election
will save the South ! Does the South believe with
hint upon the vital questisn that is paramount to
all questions in the conn'ry ! No man South utters
such miserable humbuggtry, tnd yet sir, we find
manr Democrats, and some who have places upon
this floor, declaring if Douglas is the nominee of
tie Charleston convention they will .support hi".
What confidence can the Southern peorle have in
sneh & nariv a cartv that would forsake and desert
every principle that is in the heart of every true
Southern man and vote for a man merely for suc
cess ! That is the carl? we are told ig ta save the
Union and vindicate the rishts of the South, If
the South depends upon and is. looting for protec
ion from that quarter she is rolyjag npoa & weak,
siuiv-j uu mairnciru party.
Have we any Djraoc.-atis testimony to corroborate
thelotegoiog remaiki! What did the "Washington
Union of last Sliroh say on that euojeot! It said :
"I' Democracy cannot prevail against, (he Repub
lican party it is because its organ-iati a. is dtmtn
dzed. its integrity questionable, its honor d.ubttul,
its character bad. We have had ancngh of great
men ; we want good men. Ambiticus combinations
are c. curse to the Democratic patty. They have
aided its integrity, demoralized tf, weakened it
and rendered it a doubtful antagonist, even against
the open enemies of t&a Union. They ha?e stricken
down and degraded all broad, liberal, coraprehen
ive statesmanship : taev have substituted the' mis-'
erable desire of demagogues for those great princi
ples of government, under whioh alone the industry
uf the country can bo devsloped. These are the
men who would control the Democratic patty. They
have controlled it until its forces are scattered, its
laws disregarded, its councils unheeded and its
Such, sir, ia the condition of the Democratic par
ty to-day, and the writer of the above article in the
Onion at Washington, the great capital of this
trand confederacy, spoke doubiles the sentiments
of an honest hearf. Yet, alter all that has been
said by gentlemen of large experience, and who oc
cupy a position to under, and, and folly understand,
all about tbe Democratio party and ita powers and
dcstiny,.we are told that it is the only patty that
ita eave the conn'ry and tbe South.
Hear wfrat a Democratic Uuacd States Senator,
he Hon. A. G. Brown, of Mitstuippi, said on the
8 htf this montb and Iprtsume none will ssy he
is not acquatoted with the condition of toe Dcra.
cratia pariy. He has given his whole life to, the
party he has grown gray in iho bcrvice of the
pariy. Among uihtr tilings he said : "We are
told that tbis course on the part of tbe South
(speaking of our rights in tae Territories) will
oreak up the National Democratic party: Well,
'uppsssit does; for what end was that party or
ganized! In the language of the constitution, it
ras organized to establish and Icsuro domestic
tranquility, provide for the commoa" defense and::
prcmole the general welfare. If, instead cf meet
ing thesa just ends, it defeats justice, promoted" dis
cord, provides fcr the defense of the North and
promotes only that interest which is hctt'le to the
Saiitb, then 1 have no hesiialioa in saying it ought
to ba broken up,
Such, Mr. Speaker, are the sentiments of the dis
tinguished Demooratio Senator, Dee :ht. look to
ihe Democratic party to protect the rights of the
South! Has he any confidence in the party! None,
whatever. That is not all. We have further testi
mony Demooratio evidence and I presume that
will be good authority with my Democratic brethren
On the other tide of this house. I will net offer
them Whig or Opposition testimony, for wo have
enough ani (o spare ot Democratic testimony. Tho
Charleston Mercury, a leading Democratic journal,
said ; " We have neon nothing in National Damocra
cy of late years which challenges our admiration.
it has triqed with conslitulioua! injunctions: 11
has aided in tha passage of unjust and unequal
laws; it has iquaadered the publio money; robbed
the common'ircoscry, and to foreign paupers it has
given the publio lands. Its premises have been
broken, its pledges disregarded, and its professions
falsified." And, further, the same journal said:
"And to conclude the whole matter, National De
mocracy is corrupt, vasciliating aad false ; it wears
the garb of eanctily, that its hidecus deformities
may be concealed; it woos but ti ruin, and wins
but to destroy." And is that the party to save this
country and protect the rights of the Scutb. ? Who
can look to that parly for euccvr and support in
maintainirg the perpetuity of the Union, and to
susiain and defend the rights of the South !
Then, sir, where are we to look, whither can we
go: Xheit are qutstions that should excite every
patriot and lover of his common country throughout
the length and breadth of the land. Wnat is to save
this once happy and prosperous country fro a the
ambition of time-serving demagogues, who have al
most destroyed the peace, napptnesa and prosperity
of the best and freest people on Gad's creen earth!
Vy'ebok for tho conservative and union-loving men
of all parties to rise up as one great and strong man
aad smite and put down all factions who are uniting
fjr the sake of success 10 ruin and firrever destroy
our happy country. Let party and party names
give way, let platlorms stand aside, let demagogues
bs hurled from place and power and (rood at.d true
men succeed them, anil peace, tranquility and pro
perily will again resume their places.
Air, speaker, tne boutn nas done much, sir. to en
courage the Republicans t the Xrlh. I am sorry sj
toga, but frankness should charactsrize every gen
tleman upon this fLor who may discuss this impor
tant subject. Sir, we find men in the South, wh"
had published to the world that slavery was a moral
and political evil, and desired to live to see the day
when the State of Virginia would be divided, and
one portion become free territory; and after all that
after these sentiments were declared upon the
Soor of the Virginia Legislature we find the Demo
uratfo party nominating artd elevating he author of
tficse Eentfment8 and declarations to the highest of
fice within tttfir gift. Did not that encourage the
Republicans North! Was that not regarded as an
expression of friendship towards them! .Did they
ri .t in their leading journals hail it as a bright day
for Abolitionism in Virginia! pid they not say that
Virginia, tbe Q'A pominion, tbe moihrr of Presi
dents, the home of Washington and Jefferson, had
thrownj ff the yoke of slavery! IJear what one of
their leading organs so,td after the election of John
The B-.slon Liberator saldt
"Abolition Victort ik Viboinia. The tele
graph informs us oi toe election oi a Virginia abo
litionist to the iffice of caief magistrate of the Old
Dominion. We were net pt epared for such cheering
news- iiis inxjmty may oe small out we nsv
abundant came to rejsice that slavery in Virginia is
ou the pane. 4. he (jovernor elect 'cs noioug 'fie
Scotch-Irish in the heait of tht State, and was the
ardent Advocate a few years ago of the abolition uf
slavery in Western Virginia,."
And still further, what do we hear, ihe iew
York Evening Pott, a Democratio free soil ptper,
"jt fills us with joy to report the election of a
Conservative free-'soiler to the important cfiiee of
Governor of Virginia. Mr. Letcher was an advo
cate of emancipation in Western Virginia some ten
or twelve years ago, though driven by apparent
poltpy lo palier to Eastern Virginia, it is well snown
that be cherishes his earlier opinions, aod wilt be
encouraged by his election to resume tbem at an ap
propriate 8easoo, and his conservative lree-soil
brethren at the North hail this victor; with unal
Can any one say that the abolition party have not
been, encouraged by the South! Did not Democra
cy know, and well know, that JohnLttchtr had pre
plaimed thi?4ocriny And were not his peptimpnts
published to tho world? Yet trtey would in the name
of Dempcraoy elevate him to tho highest office with
in their gift, over a man who oved the 'South and
er institutions wuo Had always oatiieu tor ner
ndherriirhls undir the Cgnsti-ution. Ytt party
was to triumph f the victory was to till the hearts
of the vilest freedcm.thriakers North with joy.
Well may Southern men say that Demojraoy cannot
save tbe country and protect the rights of the
It has been said. Air. Soeaker, that this discus
sion was brougnt about for the purpose of making
a 03rtain man (John BeJIJ President, Who Irunght
it about! r,ot this side of the Hme. The other
side introduced the resolutions ; we tffered an
amend .ent, aod if the amendment brought about
the protracted debate, we are responsible for tt.
We apprehend as much danger from ihe fire-eater
as we tia from the RUpk hepublioans, and I am
willing aod reapy to votJ for the resolutions with
the amendment, notwithstanding I believe our Rep
resentatives will and are able to tike care of them
selves. They were elected by the same people that
we werr; our constituents are theirs; they are
fresh from the people more so than we ate. re
left homo in September they are t'U at home
among the people, and th.ey know better tho senti
ments oi the people upon, the Harper's Feiry diffi
culty than we do. It has occurred since we left
out- homes, and wby consume the publio time and
waste the public money over this matter I
Do eentlemen suppose that our members elect to
Congress will do anything detrimental to the inter
est of Tennessee and the South ! I hops they have
a betfr opinion of the representatives elected to
Concress from the Volunteer State, I believe, sir,
I am acquainted witn ait 01 inem. 1 nave every con
fidence in their fidelity to. the South. And permit
m? to sty & word in reference to the distinguished
gentleman who represents the first District in this
State. I believe the Souih never bad, never will
have a truer, more utfltnchlng, unwavering friend
and advocate upon tbefljur of ihe House of Represen
tatives. No man who knowg him has any douu upon
that subjeo', aud his colleagues I believe have tae
same character, and I feel that Tennerste will pre
sent an unbroken point in defence of the rights of
As ta President making which was mentioned by
the gentleman from Sumner, Mr. Bennett I bare
my prelerecce. 1 prefer J can iiell to any living
man; and, Mr. Speaker it is not necessary for my
purpose to enter into a disoussion of the political
history of that man The history of the country
is his history. He has been loo loog and favorably
known for me or any ot r gent'eman upon this floor
t ) add an Inch to is politioal stature. He soars abc e
be reach of tbe futile attempts to take one page
from tne tislory of his greatness. Many maligsr.
dar s have been, auu Br .mill Jciug ;uu. eta h.r. ,
but they have and wi i fall uanu e -s at his feet. -
country may run mad, den SRfguesmaytucceea and
hurl gieat men Iron honor, bat when tbe fury has
patsed away aud judzmect occupies the tircce,
justice will be restored, and wan it good and true
m n be reinstated and elevated ami, bit, 11 jonn
Bell 1 not the choice of toe Uniou party of the
country, I am for any good, true conservative man,
one that can calm the turbid waters ana restore sur
government to its lormer purity- I care not for
names, all I desire is to assist in elevating a good
and reliable rtaa to the Presidency
Gentlemen may make ligh' of tM Union ; men
who were raised in times or leace, who know hut
little of the hardships and (uffett-jCs or the pU po
trior of Ihe Revoluiion ha'f clad ha'f fed a. d
who slept upon the grot n ivered by the heaves
alone, whose rairoa wis... indicate I by tbe blood
whioh oosed from their(feet as they travelled ovtr
the frozen g'oand;" to tnm,the Uuioa was worth
mneh. I need not talk of tho value of ibis Union r
fienres would fail to .enumerate., ths mini caohW
comprehend it. All later of their ancestiy. lovta
of their country, dovers of their Washington and
ikoje who assisted him ia establishing this Union,
and all of any pitfy who love tbeir count. , will
join ia saying let p. riies, let.platform, let factions
and would be rulers and dictators go; let ns pre
serve this Union, and let ns hand it down to aor
children, sut our fathers handed it down to us.
Mr. FORD followed ia a few remarks sustalnlog
the resolutions. They will appear hereafter.
Mr. WISENER obtained ths floor, but gave way
for a motion to adjourn.
And Iht n
Oa motion the Horse adjourned till to-morrow
mornlng 9 Joek.
THE ORIENTAL TALISMAN, OR
Natural Weather ladle .tor
A SOBS AND R3LIABr-E INDICATOR OF THS STATE X
Indicating Unvnriablr from 24 to 49 hoars
LOtTI B ULLMAN, the Discoverer of this curious and beautiful
exotic, which is a satire of the AraMaa Desert, sear Da
missus, i.t Asia, was the first to apply It to the purpose of a
Weather Indicator, having discovered Its wonderful qualities by
a minute examination In the native land of the plant.
Thouh a vegetable production, the Natural Westber Indicator
Is Indestructible, aud will continue to perform Its functions for
all time, ia any clioite and at all seasons, though sabmerard la
all the stroogest adds known to chemlits, Including Nitric, Nltro
Muriatic, Sulphuric, &c. to boiling water and boiling oil, and ice
water. It remains Intact, ando ontlnues Us performances unim
paired, losing none of its sensitiveoess or capacity, and will not
decay like other organic or artificial substances, used for similar
The 'Natural Weather Indicator" can b procured for the tow
price of 8 1 09, prognosticates the weather w'th equal certainty
aad durability as the barometer, which costs 5 '23 to $3a, and Is
xne riATCSAL v eatoeb. indicator was sever xnowa to sua
world hfo re introduced by LSe subscriber, and he now for the first
lima offers It to tha public for sale. Its wonderful properties
have astonished the scholars and scientific men of Europe and
America. It is so simple and manageable that no difficulty will
Le found In testing Its value. Tha discoverer is not under the
necesstvef savlezuvthing In Its merits on his own resDosibuity,
as he is permitted ta offer certificates from gentlemen who have
tested It, of such a character at to put all doubt at rest.
By permission. I refer to the following named gentlemen, some
of whom have tested ths Indicator for a number of years, and
others for several months, all of whom have no hesitation In re
commending It to the favorable no tic: and use of tha pohlia ia
Professor w sv jiowung, a v, I'mversuy or assnvuia.
do Georges Ulictle, 31 D, do c
to PanlFEre.MD do da
Lieut Col Ilichard Oweo, M D, late do da
Iter J W Uov te. M D. do do
Prof Ilichar J 0 Carrey, M D. Shelby Medical Calleje, NashvUle
no Daniel t it rignt, Si 11, do do tfo jo
do J P Ford. 51 U. do da do da
fit ttev Bishop 11 P Miles, Nashville
B:v J II Graves, Editor Tennessee Baptist. '
Jtev at P aiciyeire, Junior uiinsiian Advocate, nasamie.
uea n u Harding, f armer, Darwson couuty, lena.
Aria Brown, Esq. do do do dj
David T Mcavock, M D, do do ds
KJ Meigs, sq. Attorney at law. Nashville, do
J EManlove. M D, da do
TboinasGjwdy, Esq, Jeweler, do do
G W Donlgan do do do
Rev C D ElIiott.Nashville Female Academy.
Joseph Vaulx. President Tennessee Marine Insurants Company
A W Butler, Secretary do do Ho do
B Lanier, Esq, Commission Merchant, Nashville.
Albert G Payne, Esq, Farmer and Builder, Nashville.
A Anderson. Chief Engineer Tenn tc Ala C 8 aod K fc K K R
Prof James M San ford, 31 D, Geologist or the State of Tennessee
Cumberland .aires slty. Lebanon, Tens.
Prof Louts Agassis, M D, Cambridge. JIa--Prof
Joseph Utary,M D, LL D, Smithsonian Institute, Washing
Prof John W Draper, M D, LL D, New York University.
Prof Franklin Cache, M D, Tutor of the U S DUpeasatorX at 119
Jeffersia Medical Colte.-e, PhlladelpnU, Pa.
Prof J Lawrence Smith, M D.Vnivarsit.T ot Louisville, Ky.
I'd J t, Peddle, SI D. Ualrersit. of Louisiana, N 0,
Prof. Louis' It qihbs, M D. Medical College, Charleston, S 0,
Prof Francis S lIolmea,MD, do do ds do
E ll Barton. 31 D, Meteorologist. CnlunNa, S C.
Prof 4 D B DeBow, Editor and Proprietor of BcBow's Etvitw
Gen Lucius J Polk. Planter. M.arr county. Tec a.
J 31 Toiler, M D, Columbia, linn
Jcaa llalrd. CsJ, Farmer, Usury county, Teia.
Ool UAL Wilkes, da do da da
Jno Cheatham, Esq. do da da do
Allen IIclardson, Esq, do do dc do
Seth Goodwin. Esq, do da da da
Jon rt imi, Esq, Columbia, Tans.
John H Bevereoax, Esq, Eaglceer, Tens tc Ala R B.
Aisjor a- a anompsoa. uo ao do
Naih H Burt, Esq, Attorney at Law, Columbia. Tenn.
George W campSell, Esq Farmer. 3Iaury county
Msasrs. Lee Ac Bryan. Druggists, Columbia, Tenn
lu. V t O Smith, Hector Female Athenssum, Columbia, Teas.
S P Hlldreth, M D. Editor of the Franklin Reriew, Teas.
Hon John Marshall, Attorney -at Law, Franklin, Tens.
Ed U Cook, Esq, do do da - da
S 3 nuse, ?sq, do da da df
R M Eru.g, Esq, da do do da
Jas P Hanner. 34 0, do do
Prof 0 W Oalle&dtr, Female Institute, Franklin, Tean.
Prof Thos n Peebles, Male College, WUllamson county, Tens.
Jas McGsvock, Esq FarnKr,
M dcr JohL E Tu loss, da
WP Campbell, Esq, da
Daniel Murray, Esq, da
John W Harney, Esq, ds
Thomas S Bond, Esq, do da
Jesse are, M D, da
R Little, M D, Triune, Teas.
Rev Robert Caldwell. Pulaski. Tens.
J W Pelway, Esq. Planters' rank, Pulaski, Tsnn.
J Correyjr. rsq,TJnioa Bank, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Alfred II. White, M D, Lyanville, Tetji.
J G Hearn do Waynesboro do
L M Scott. Esq, Somerrills, Tenn.
Hon Wm P Martin, Circuit Judge, Pulaski. Tenn.
Hon N Baxter, da do Nashville, da
C U Nicholson, Esq, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
James Potts, Era,, do da
Wm Barkcs, Esq, Farmer, do do
Rev W W Hill, D D, Editor anil Proprietor of the Prtsbytsrla
Herald. Louisville, Ey
Rev Ed E Porter, D D Editor aad Proprietor of the Preskyterlaa
Sentinel, Msmphls, Term.
F V Crawford, M u, Greenville, Tena.
C Kerr, Esq, Library or the Lyceum and Library Scc'e ty, New
J McPermott. M D, Murrreesbcn, Tena.
George T Fishbacz, Esq, Pine Grovs, Clark ooaaty, Ky.
W N Hayes. Esq, Athens, Ala.
P M Thompson, M D, Lltnielavllla, Ga.
1 W Hancock, Esq. o do
si sior T U Peters, Monitor. Ala.
D It Vaa Bcren- Ai .Augusta, Oa.
B F Simmons, M D, Old Town, AIs.
Major Wta Gilmer, Pulaski, Tens.
Rev J 0 Provine. Murfreesboro-, Tens. -Hon
Charles Ready do da . . .
Col W LWatt las, farmer da da . "
Thos I B Turner, Esq, da do ' '
E D Wheeler, M D, do do
RSWsndel, da da da
T On lack, do do da
Gen Hvdy Mufree, do ' do
Prof Ashley D Hurt, M D. Male College, Winchester, Tenn.
Prof Graves, M D, President of the Mary Sharp Congee, Wis
The Weather Indicator is now offered ttr sale at 1, at the
Drag Store of Aaron Stretch, General Agent, on the cor
ner of Union and College streets, Nashville. Tenn.
Tha discoverer will send tbe Nattal Weather Indtator by
mall, postage paid, well put up and secured, to any person ts
closing S2 tO current money. Palland plain directions for regu
lator, uslog, 4c, accompany each Indicator
Address LOUIS 8. ULLMAN, Agent,
ittatf Colombia. Ten.
SOUTHERN PORTABLE J'liAN tATION
Corn Feed and Llourlnir Mill.
BURR Millstones of all si es on bard and made to oHet , Smut
Mills, 3!ill Spindles, Mill Gearllag. BolUng Cloth of !1
numbrrs Ditch anchor brand, bItinr, hoUtlnr.andresuUtlng
screws, serene wire, picas anil plaster ranrl imtx sted irons
the manufacturers, which enables me to sjrbest articles at low
Being a practical mechanic, thorooghly understanding ths
theory and practice of milling operations. Millers and Mill
wrights will find It to their interest to examine my sbek and
prices before purchasing. All goods sold ty me are wsrreoted to
All orders and Communications premptly attendsa to.
P. M. Ri A3,
C;r College sad Broad CU .Nashville, Tena.
THECoDtrtnerslIp heretofs existing under th '';
J. W.Lansrler dtCo., hast L!l
by matual consent Tho bu-Iness will htreafttr Ueondaefed
by J W. LANGLKT.Whoalone-au'Jiorisedto ttUlebusI-
TiMB OI inn Iiv't tlrm w
Nashville, July 1st, 1879
J. W. LANGLEk.
N. B. The business will hereafr be conducted, ty tie unasr
slgne at the old staud, 4t Unlun .u-eet
RAKERV AND CONFECTIONERY.
ALSO, received s fia sswt-ent of Freoeh Coofectionertai.
I am sUU manufacturlog that A No Caady, aad t am
selling It as cheap at any other hou is ths e Uy - I havej made
,in.i.,of thos extra large iavta ot oreaa.wiia sus
great manymore of those u a ltnvitiRTaiis.
wsrf.r.Ml n.r... PUkiW, -
No 17 Market Street.
THREE TEARS OLD WHISKIES.
eh m iiott ueurDoa ana ts iinisayi
a M , t nrui.v. ....
lrill LgLLVKTT fc SMITH.
PIANOS! MUSIC J
vrrsT --sired ti ths isscr'ber U of those)
.9 celebrated Pianos of Sulaway fc 80ns and
11. A Ua OSS I.O ,V1 I, - A , UBSlSUCK OI U,-,.
r.f.7 aad 7 V oc'ares. Thos In want of this In-
dispensable'psrlor ornament, would do well l- evil aad see say
sunk- Eald as low as the laweti, and warrant J jears
Alsa, for sals th largest stocs. of Sheet Musi arsmIl Ma
slrallnstrnmenUlrXtLcelty. Tor bargains call
OTiUEl JA. I.
TA BEAM T'S
This valuable and popular iuildat, prepared la eoof anally sr!.
tae analysis of the waters ot tbe cejebnted Sltzex 3Mta.la
axrmaoy, i a most cou'aulent aad portable rsrssTkasv
BilverlAlly received the matt tarorahla rscocv
cierjlallons of tha Medical profession aad
a Discerning Public, aa tha
HOST XrFICIINT AND AaREIARia
la ise, and as being entitled to special preference over lha Bu7
Hlnu.1 3Drtnr waters. Seidlltx Powders. and other rmn..rn.
idea, both trass Its compactness andgreatar tiScscy. ItoayLa
EUllout anJTrtrUe Diteatet, Sick LHaiaole, Xoet of Apa
tite, LuUgettion, and att ttmUar complaiatt, peoaitJUiit
SPRING AND SC3IJIER SEASONS.
Itlspartkolarly adapted to that waaolcf TraveLraby 8aa
Land, Residents In Hot Climates, Persona ot Sedentary
Habits. Invalids, ami Convalescents. Cantaias of '
J, I . I . . . . -.
iqhm 1 iuien wnt a U a valuable ao
ltnt ta their Medietas Cheat.
With those who have used It, It has high favor and Is deemed Ia
Jn a toryUttaUtfUULber-Al renders gmt serrloaia re
start, g healthy artlotu
la Gout and RXmmatltm It gives ths boat sailssTaetlatiial.
laying all ln3amnstory symptoms,aad In rnny rsiss 1 1 1 111 in j
curing those afflicted.
Jterueoettia caie cf Gratet,lndigttioA, ZBur&ar snuff
CbaffaensM Provss L to baa Medicine ef tha greatest atlUty.
Acidity of the SomacA, and tVU MeSreetkiQ fbaM co
umoI during pregnwuyWtMi speedily, aad wills aaarkevt
success uaderlts healthful lnfiuenee.
Jt afford O grtatett relief t (Xott afiOcUd wOA streoO
fect fo fAs Geoily acting on ths tXweds,DratrsisjaU
LrrltAtlng ecrtlo.-.s,ad thersbyreiaoiat alllnlsmms'ory tea
to fact,UlitotaluatUtncJlcoeieArta GS ApTit
It is In the form of a powder, carefully pat up la bottles, ts
keep In any climate, aad merely requires srsttr poured sumo. U to
produco adellghtful eTenescsnt be versjra.
Taken la tha naming, it never laterftre with the avocsvajss
of thadiy,actlaggsatly oa tha rjrsuo, restoring u rttr
powers, exdting; s healthy aod ytgoroas totMoftJestsh,saal
craatlas; an elastfcltyof mind and flow of spirits which gtrs tost
to every enjoyment. It also enables ths Invalid ta tBUay-saaa
luxa-teJ with Impunity, frost wav-L b must otherwtM be io.
barrel,and wltZtcut which Ufa la Irksome aad dutrtsaiag
Numerous tesdmonlala from prafeaslonal and otaer gaatlseasR
sf ths highest standing throcgoout ths cosmtry. aad ta steMity
increasing popalMiry for a series of years, ssroagly rsaraates its;
efficacy aad valuable cLuactsr, and command It ta tha favorabts
notice of as latalllgent public.
Piepared and said. Wholesals aad Retail by
JOHN A. TARRANT 4k CO., Drutl.
saelS-dlv No. 3T8 Qneowteh sL.ecr. Wimo, N. Y.
" IN STORE AND FOR SALE BT
T. HH. G
NO. 41 COLLEGE STREET. ,
TrnxTrTsustx Ttx Aacnc Rxotoas t Or, tha Advsitsrai sf
Sir John Fraaklla Price 1 3a . L
FirtTi Tsiss Asoisn tsj HBAiAssir. By W. D. Wkitecsr. Ons
volume, Hmo., cloth. tlU
Maxkv's Book or Ainauu
do do do Prosa and Poetry, ,
do do do Talra aad Stories, -do
da do Birds, ,
do da do Wonders,
Each la Cloth; 12mo. Price 75 cents.
Dice asd sis Fairs M. By Catharine M. Trowbridge. Pries 73c.
Mv Tuata dioxA eollectlas of Tales, by Mrs. iioajtoa; Oa
lim.vnl Pries ajtiiV
Kzclah. By AagustaSrans. Pries 3' SJ.
Lur akd Tsuvxuof Alsxaader Von H umbo Id t, with aa latr.
ductlon by Bayard Taylor, ta ana volume. iSric Jit..
Two Wavs to Wxsucx, a N vel. Pries SI S3.
ARCHITECTURAL WORKS. .
?. HAG AN baa Jast received Sloan's City aad Suburbia Ar
chitevtare, containing numerous dealnj and datalXs or pnhilo
edifice? aad private resldeiices.
Sloan's Model Arcltitert, with dealrt. , sped?! rations, and sail
mates. Sloan's Carpenter's new 0 aide, RIddls'a 8ciaatifia Stair
Builder, with other Standard nd valuabl works oa B sliding.
F. H AOAN has Just received a large aal general assarts eat
of Medical ttooks,amoag which are
Gsut's New Work on Anatomy;
Gsat's Work on Surgery, at No. 39 Market Street."
oot25-dltwtf 41 College Street.
P B B I C3- 131 0?,
TTtt ZTWEEN Nashvlll, MemphU and Knoxvllle, tad Stiosj
JT) on the East Teasessee aad Georgia Ball road.
sLatee la eents per MO lbs. between Nashville and KaoxvtUf ,
aad Statloaa on KanTenoesse sad Oeorgla Railroad.
First Class sixty ceats per one hundred pounds;
Second do da do da do;
Third do Forty seven cents per one hundred povindi;
Fourth do Thirty-fire do da da do-.
Bates ia eents per one hundred pounds, between MempUs eat
Knoxvllle, aad Stations on the Ease Tsnn esses aad Georgia BaiV
First Class, ninety five cents per one hundred pcuiyli;
Second Class, ninet nr cents per one hudrd pcuatu; 1
Third Class, seventy-five rents per oaa hundred sottads
Fourth Class, fifty six carts per one lundr-s snsads.
Will ba carried from the etltbrated Plaster Bai.k in TTrjftiH
to Chattanoogassd Dal ton, and ftatloea oa tha East Tseaaesss
aad Geenla Railroad, at six dollars per ton at 2,000 pounds.
To Nashvlll aad all S.'attoaa on ta Nashville at Chattaaoog
Railroad, at nine dollars per toe at .,000 poasda.
Also, to Tuscombia sad Statlias Xast of TsscsaUa, aa tbs
Memphis At Charleston RoaJ, at rlae dollars par too, aad all SU
loas west of Tulcusibia, at tweivs dollars rer ton.
Spirits of tcrjcaUne, caarsalas, burning fiuiU aolTarauk,
vrlll coir ta takea at ownet'a risk.
Gunpowder and frictioa matcbes, and. other eornbustfbleartl
ebss will ba cbarged at local rates sf aach Road, aad saly a
Agricultural Implements, burning fiulis-swner's risk of leak
age baskets, twice first class rates; battle g. blladsi bonnets,
books; boots aad shoes, tread, buffalo robes; brushes aad brooxsa,
broom oorapre4ed;campbine, at owner's risk of leaksga; car
boys acids, and other cheialeala, dotthl first class rates; cablaet
wan, kcoclted uown. and wsll boxed, tint clfiASrxtes: cards, car
potiag, corks ronfeetlonery, chairs, boxsts, talc first elan rat-C
rlxars boxes and strapped: cassia Is mats cat: covsrt aao)
sU.Trs.doc is And Wrights; copper and braas vessels: detniJcAns,
owner's risk, twice first ciasj nlcs, drugs In bales aod boxas; dry
gods la boxes, bmles aad trunks; larnltura.svt ap and boxed,
twkas first class rats farnltar Knocked down and sail sozsd.
first class rates; farm wagons. It nisjs; tea hers, furs, figs, ia
drums' fish, fre4i; garden seeds, glaaswire.wladsw glaa, grapes,
la kegs; hits and caps, hides. fry loose: lwsseboVl aoods (not
furniture wtli boxed; hal , la sacks; Ink, ladlgo; India rabUr
foods, leather (looss J lienor la glass; Utnon,sackM; losklo.
glaases, hexed, t toe first class rat-; macWnrry, boxed; natrases.
twice first class rates; moutdtsrs and pleura fnusea. Maujnl
rags, medicines, muskets; marble, wrought, at owner's rfek;
masuresacd tubs, mess In sacks: musical laatraatsatj, mias-ai
water, la glass, nata la bags; oysters la kg and caas; orange,
sacked, fl la glass; paper '.aaglngs not bt-xad putrvea la
glass, at 0 nrs r Isk pick le lag lass, at owner", risk, t alas leaf,
pe'trles;prlatlcg presses ptAno fcr tea, st owner's rst porter and
alelngla-s; patnU ga aan pictures well boxed' rattan, rsasla,
bristles ;steau boilers, thirty feet and ander. steam boilers, orstr
thlrtj feet, oa and a half first tlsa rates; stationery eyVs
anata,s-ale and scale betai ni tboxed; sleighs, boxed, twice. iVst
class rates; roves, a owner's risk; set pcUlces sizing, ate r
pip spirits turpentine stove plates t wnar'artak; stata ma
chines; trunks, tin wais, boxed, trees and ahrubbsr. baid,
owner's risk, one aad s halt first class tales; twins; tcja, boxedi
suabrellas; veneering, not boxed, varnish; wagemi. chlldna't,
not boxed, twice first elass rates; waaoss aad fcoUiy barssH
boxed.oaaas a halt first class rates; wax. wisvs In V rea or bas
kets; wh'ps, whalebones, wheelbarrows; woodsa wart-J wagoa fel
loessad bows; willow ware, twice first elass raicei wool.
Antituony, crude; apples, drlad, baking powders, bed corda.
bbgs, bag;lng,bella bottle a; brisuSoae la boxes or kegs, Under' I
boards, burlaps, herr1. cettoa waste; chats cotton, woolex, aaA
kempea. caodlsV, ccccs, chocolate; eoffae ground, ia boxes or
barrels; caps ass. cassia la bags or loses' china wars la casks,
currants, dried; cutlery, Chair atuff In rough; copper pUtsa,
shaets. bolts, pigs, wire, nails or roads: copper bottoms; cases.
In boxes or casks; (Ism and grass seed- crocktr) ia boxes and
barrels; coagrsss aad badford water Is boxes or b-rrsls; dys
woods Is boxes or barrels; domtsuo sheeting, shlrtlag, tiding
anddrnlmsla original baits; duck, drugs ta caikr; dm skin
pressed;Saxsad,Cax tuxed; forks, hay aad maaare; ginger,
glue, gura copal; groceries assortei (aotothwtwspeeified; grass
aad clwver seed, hydes, dry, Is bales: hooey, bora, bops; herring
la br.es; heap. Iron, hoop and ahcat: leathr la rolls or boxes;
liquor It wood, liquorice; lead, pips bar and sheet; mahogany,
boards aad plank; marble slabs, un wrought, owner's risk; mcs
J tressed la bal's; nuts lnbtrrels or casks; oakuni, oilcloth; psinta
a boxes aad cans; palm, leaf pressed; printer' Ink, la kaja 04
barrels; paper In boxes: pasteboard; peaches dried, prtotlsgp.
per; prunes Is casks, pepper; paper bantings In boxes; pLsUe IS)
casks' pipes, rabbercar springs, loos; rubber packing and ho;
raldas, strapped, rags la sacks; scythes, shovels, sads,8api
spice, starch, sssMIery ; sardlaes la boxes, sheep tad other akisa.
Is baler, shot la bags, sugar Is bags; seal and seal hernias boxsd
tobacco la bales; tobacco cut Is boxes or barrels: tow, tea, typ;
vtDterlng boxed, wood la shapes, wlrs, willow rerdt la bundieSi
wrapping paper; yarn pressed aad bailed: alae la rolls aad etiwst,
Anvils, axes; ale and ber ta wood, bef Is barrels; bacoa wtU
packed la boxes or casks; barilla, boars, boiler fines; black ltsd
'.1 barrels: bark aad cob mius; earnag springs, boxes aad axt la;
ridcrla'tml.oraogibaas;ewker y tn crales and nogsHeadl;
coffee and chicko-y: copper la bxes and cask, crucibles, chains,
loos, dye woods, tn stick ;epsom salts, la bamls; gum skalae,
la crlglnal packagesl bardwsr; hnofs and horns, hide, green,
herrings la kegs. Looks aad binges; Iron safes, lrs railing; Iron
shutters, iron fencings; Junk, Jut,lard la gotd kegs or cans;
Iad la casks or pig; llghtalag rods Is bundles; Bat Is caaka;
madder la hogahsrads, millstocei finished; maniiU; mineral wa
ter (Va. and Tsas ) la kegs or bamls; nails Is bags; oysters aa4
clams la shell at owner' nsk; oil Is hogsheads and harraisa
paints, ary and in on, port in Mrrs is; ruixxr car springs la box oa
aad casks, rubber belting: salaratox la boxes; spelt?, slot iet
kegs; soda la boxes; its plats taxd;tobstfcoiaaaJaturrd 1st
boxes aad kegs; venison la bamls or boxes; Vtaagar, wtr tsae
lag, white lead, whisky la bar t Is.
Anchors, Alum, It barrels aad togshead ; Mx tost Is 04
aad hog-heads; bleaching ssuta, burr blocks; bsrlry, ban tan est
ton In balrs; codfish la tierces and boui; car wheels and axJt
cements, chalk, clay, chain, obis, caaia ta tasks, cocoa oil;
ruth, paint, exi them and stont war la crates asd kogsboads;
fish salted, fence wire; figs ta tisU aad boxes; fioor labanla
aad sacks; gas pip; ruaao; hers shots la packages; Iron, bar.
band.pig.boiiers and railroad; Iron, asta and nvsts. Iron casv
lag.heavy; locomotive tire; land plaster; moUsso, msicsaAr
logs, marbts In block aawreagU, laillstooe Ir rough; nails aad
spikes, nail rods;ores. lead, ocpper.lron. sin, n boiMoi Ur
rils;pltci,plasur, palm oil. putty; jar pressed Is b.l!;rlj
rajlroad ehslrs aad spikes, mia; rigging, tors, sum x, salt,
soda, ash-stel.sugsrlahoghss,baArels aad boats; s'onaaa
wrouxht; soda In text, barrels or eaaksrsaleratas in- kegj, bamls
or casks- tooacco scrap aad leaf Ia casks and hogsheads; tia, tar,
Un la Digs: trrre Japonic; telegraph wire, UBow; whltiBg; wa
Ur sines, wlr ropes; wheat la well sewed osuahnf g or twill,
bars: tiofl 'sheet) la casks aad cases; xlai Is pigs.
JbU Tariff ta take efiaetoath 1st day f Beptcmbtr, ISO, sad
Matins until other no tic.
W B. W. COLR,
8tj. KuArOU tt Ckattamooga R.X.
W. J. R033,
Sajn. Jfemphta t CJUtrieeton S. 3S
R. o Jackson,
sep7 tf fuv. Eixt Texn. t Georgia Jf. 2.
Keep it Before the Feoplel
THAT the IU11 Roods hare sorted to tie rollowlag low rates
of ireight, to-wlti
From Sathti-Uto EruxrciHe and all Staii sm asi iUJbsi
Ttrnetteeand Georgia Railroad.
Dry Goods and alt, ait-cle usually elaasal is first aad second
classes, (.er 100 pounds .... , . . fa scat.
Hardware, bacoa, lard, whisky la barrils, xzd aB arUeltr
of third class, par hundred p"rvi. -,- ,,, g7 Aa
Eurar, molasses, flour, leaf tobacco, and all articles of
fodrth class, per 100 pound.-. ,. , . 33 do
From FaehriU- to Central Deiot, I ., and alt ttatUmt Ht
on tM Virginia and Ttnnetee Railroad, articJee clotted
Flit elao, per 100 po"".. " etats
Second do da An , 1 " ds
Thin! do do , ds
Fourth da do - ds
And from SatitBU t lyncAiurf, To., and att ttaU
vetlontlt YlrgVtia&1eTUee&&ia Central Depot.
First Class, per loo ponn.1i Ltd crsta.
Second da do rln 91 ds
Third do da do... V0.d
Fourth da da go - .. S3 da
TTJ-Great dispatch aad safsty given to frelgits aad aar&c
of tnssranes over this root.
The Tari2s mentioned aoovs eovtr a Urg ares of nek, pro
ductive territory la Tennessee a-d Virginia, which, from Its gso
sranhlcal poduoa,oogaltolookto 1 NashvUls for supplies. A
wTtroVtniAd at this tia by th Nashvlll Merchants, m
SKrurt to tiara tnt Urge and Increasing budnets of tils trrtl3
cf country. .... - ., . w- COLR,
acts Superintendapt Saahvtn fc Chattaaooga R. tt
... .v s JS"VH'.AK0T.JW
w-sr TX bars this day associated with aa ta tha Grocery btunaeas
W BUTLER and 8. J. KKETH; tT7,l..fi
lis howtrer, will renuia as herttcfora. Waars.vory taaak.
fultotb comaaslty fr their liUral piirornra-AIrsady b.
stowed, aad hope that w aajnot tail to. xgtrit tatir attsadoa
with ear new saocUtes
- -dm KIRK?tTairrg.waTTS8fc cq
' FOR SALeI " "
ACOOSBrtik Sous. with six nora,rwratr 8sraawrst
Mttlberry stmta, Nasiv;il.
Also, tb plat oa whkh X l!v, troBttsg 00 GsUatta Tars
ylks.SH -die butt NaskvCl, caataiasnx Gd teres. A iscsl
Uniila taa b hal la eirr. 1
TS03. lit sajjtEmo,