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a.n3 that I anticipated a difficulty, bat it was in the
xny l ttave mentioned.
Direct Examination resumed by Mr. A. Bwinjr.
I had no mta he intended to go to Mr. HaUia houso
or office and attack him. (The question, vaVTt your
impression that he would attacic Mr. Hall without
giyinjjhim fair notice ? was objected to. The Court
ruled that it was competent if the previous question
"was j. as that was admitted this must be.) Mv in
ference, from what was said, was that "ho would
arail himself of an opportunity.of meeting Mr. Jiall
upon thetnSt, at some other time and plaiy. and
that he would addres Mr. Hall, and that if Mr. Hall
failed to satisfy hhn by explanations, that then Mr.
Poindexter intended to make a simple assault upon
Mr. Hall to demonstrate to him that he did not rely
upon the pistol as a shield for protection. I was to
tally unarmed. Mr. Poindexter simply asked me to
accompany him., lie was my friend; I was his; and
almost any request he could have made at iuy "hands
I woald have, granted. My purpose was. when he
aaw Mr. Hall, if they failed to settle without a blow,
andMr.Fciindexterhad struck Mr. Hall, ashede-cla-ed,toconi6letwcen
them, and pu;h Mr. l'oin
dexter awayrand then to have said to Mr. Hall, let
friend setUetliis matter.
Crossexnlnation by Gov. Brown.
If MrHafffailed to" explain, my purpose wag not
to interfere until Poindexter had assaulted him as
C.vprian Haywood. Direct examination by Mr.
A. Kwuij. 4
I was acquainted with Mr. Poindexter. Thursday
cveninflhad been assisting some young men in
forming , a moot court, and I .slept in Mr. Shane's
room. The next morning it was rainin?, and I sup
pose it mast hare been between seren and eight
o'clockjWhen I got up; I went to my oldee to git
ThcnSvspanerstoread while my breakfast was be
ing prepared. 1 saw Mr. Poindexter sitting in the
oftice beforetthe lire alone. I came in and he rallied
me on keeping late hours. I replied I had been out
organizing moot court. He asked mo if 1. had
neon the Xeint. 1 replied, no. He said Mr. Hall had
come out and attacked him m a card, and assumed
the responsibility of the difficulty with young John
Hall. 1 remarked I was sorry, as I had supposed
the difficulty was at an end. He said he had called
at Mr. Hall's office, but had not seen him. He said,
"1 suppose you are going to breakfast. When you
0, sav to Bob I am going to the Usiox office, and I
want him to come up directly, as I want to see him.'
He then got up and walked to the door. He hoisted
his umbrella, and said to me again, "I am going to
the Dmo.v axu Americax office. Tell Bob to come up,
as I want to see him." He then walked up the street
at what I call a rapid business walkj My eye pur
sued htm till he got beyond Mr. Douglass', and I then
turned and started for breakfast. In a few mo
ments I heard the gun lire. I turned immediately,
but he was then killed and I did not see him. He
started alone to go to theUxiox a.i Americas office,
and asked me to tell mv brother to come to his of
fice. Cross examination by Gov. Brown,
I doii't know that I can give the correct tune
when I came in, except from what Jlr. Shaw xaid to
me. It was a few minutes lefore he was shot. He
told me to tell my brother that he wanted him to go
to the Uxiox axd AuKmcix office, as he. wan ted to see
him. Ptold him I would. He said 'it before the
fire and afterwards at the door. He then walked
aip the street with the umbrella over his head. 1
remained on the steps till he had crossed the street
ana men lurneu inn auineu iur uraui.
Bobert W. Haywood. Direct examination. J
I saw Mr. Foindexter the morning he was killed.
He called at my room and awoke me and said that Mr.
Hall has assumed the responsibility of the difficulty
and had denounced him further and lie wished me
to go to his office. I told him it was giving Mr. Hall
considerable of an advantage over him to do that.
He said he wanted the matter settled, and I told him
I would go with him. I dressed myself and w
were in the act of starting, when Mr. Whitthornp
stepped in. Mr. Poindexter then remarked that he
was ready, or something to that amount. We started,
he being rather before us. He said to me that he
had passed by the office, in company 'vith Mr. Whit
thorne, and looked in, but did not "ask for Mr Hall.
"We went to the office and Mr. Poindexter (.topped tu
the door and asked if Mr. Hall was in. I think it
was Mr. Bany who replied that he would be in, in a
few minutes. "We waited a wliile, and Mr. Poindex
ter asked again for Mr. Hall. Some one replied that
he usually came about nine o'clock. Mr. Whittborne
then remarked that we wero attracting a crowd,
and we had better go. I proposed my office, and we
started. After we got there Mr. Whitthorne and
myself "told him of the impropriety of going there
Again, and he said he would not. Hea-ked if Hr
"Winston's offioe would not be a good place. I told
Jiim - no," as that was a private house. Mr. Whit
;thorne said ho could see him When he passed the St.
-Cloud. He proposed going there, and I saiil nn. in
.could probably more likely see him at dinner time.
Mr. Whitthorne then started for the Capitol. -Mr.
Toindextar then asked ma if I ltad been to ln-enkfnst.
I said no, and he said 1 had better go. 1 soon wuul.
AThen I came hock, I saw the crowd and suipectnl
something,' and found he was killed. He told me he
Jiad no knowledge of. Mr. Hall. I nm t-atisfied he
did not know him. Ho was near-sighted. 1 asked
Thim on the day previous how far he could see a
man. He suid he reckoned he rould s-i-o a man with
in pistol shot, or snint-thini; of that sort.
avrfiss examination ny .nr. uriuu.
I went with Jum to "Mr. Hall's office. I did no:
know what Mr. Poindexter was twins for, nor did
ask him. He told ine that Jie (Hall) had denounce'
him. I wan armed. 1 had a live shooter, an Kng'.isli
patent. I did not know what wuuld ho the conse
quence. I exported probably it would result m a
difficulty I did not know huw, nor in what manner,
lie told'mc-h? wai going to the office and wanted me
ia go with him. 1 told him it would he giving .Mr.
Jlall greatly the advantage to go then-. He said he
wanted the'niBtter settled and would go.
The evidence for the prosecution was here closed.
TO BB "0.!3i-HK! TO-VonUOW.
THTJltSOAY EVKMKd DtCnMBKB 1t.
lilt night bst w it the rroiar-t actr-s Mis !. SI. RIVEN-
POUT, xli-u the k .11 an;Mr in bcr orlj! .rl and world liiuei
Cauaille, or Hie I-'iite uf u Cuqiictlc.
Which In moral, laneuagc. and m-t incidents varies from all
other ads)itatioua. Friday ernU)g8jneat an" laal aripeiranci.
al ilisa J il. Iaven-ort.
Daily CnHed Mute Mull I'nrhcl tor Cairo,
;emiiii mill fn ilrleuii.
TIIEur.etcai-r MIKNirroNlCA. Jobs y
8. KiiBiiu, Ma.wr. will leave aa aiwve on TjbP3!-
TUBRSHA Y l.t, at 12 o'clock M Hfj'-nt
KorfrtHtf ritsnreapi-lxouliosnl otto
deel A. llAJIILTON. Ajftl
-g f ftI LE3 I'rloe Featli'is;
I U lilJU 1. tt. Wniup :
' in urn ins. iw?4-i :
JO.rKxl huahtls Driul Ail
union has it or 'rr.wrviAivi'i.
NasHViu.a, 30th Xov , 1Sj!.
A S ElfCtlon of ten DireiKor, to seive for the en.ieng xer
A IU heU at the Kinking Ilouse in tiis citj on Jlonds'.
M Januny next.
J. COBHKT, Cashier.
ivotici: to covriucTous.
JVaaUrlllc and rSortta-Wcfctcru na!lroal
A PUDMC LETTIXQ of the GRADUATION. BUIDQISfl
A audTKEPaUNaofahontStmles of the Wes'em Oivu
ttmol U,e N!ville and North Western Kfilrwwl. eitending
a-rosn near Dren to I!nntingdon.wlll he held at Dresden, Tea
snm, on TUCBSDAY. 81 II of DECEMBER Dt.
rrottle.riaus,Sporl6cat!oni,icc..will he rJy and open at
h Enrineer'a Offic in Hickman, Ky. from Noteniher itllh to
December 3d, atd at Dn4eo from Decemher th to Decern-
eaWPnpoMliforthesrorV br Sections or ahoat one mile
eaefasriUUrceeiaed until December SJ, t Hickman, hy.. sad
Mill the mornictof December 8th &r?e?"inS'nns
noTC-tt Engineer WesternJyjJjon
JDlSSOIiriT tlV COHABTSKBSHIP.
milE partnership heretotore exist'pj hetireen Berry, fauf.ey
f A; Co.. has this day,ly mutual consent, been dissiUed.
the haslnets will J conducted by Betry fc 8tofl?yTrho will pay
U claims aralnst the old firm and who witlcocUniaito wnd uct
ttebKSlnest attlie old sUnd.NoTl rnhVc 8eoare. Nashville,
lean., whe they will be pleased to see ,ue e Lou,e-
SAM K UAKEK,
,t, W P INGRAM.
HaTlnTthU day oldonr entire interest In the firm or Berry,
8ann7y & C7., Wholeasle Hat and Cap Merchants, we take pleas
Se Llrecommeidtas ch- U the old customer, and foendso
th. house and to the trade Rewrally. and hope yll,rf a.
Sfor, bestowed upon the old firm .III be
TW- berinnlng f the Twent etli Volume. 8bCTjpUM rs-
FCnMSUINO A3VJO FAXCV GOODS-
rE are nw reoslring a fln awtment or 1 uroisuimj
' f n,m iSHIKTS erT variety of pat-
terns and latest sty le. Collar, Gloves. Ku4mJer. Uolcs, Neri
Vie., Pocket Jlandkcrctiieja. rmhrellos.SDERW'EiB-every
wrlety.luocey r.elte.UAI.r" HOSK-ff CoUen.Wool. Merie.and
Caahmere-TUAVELIXO 8HAWI.H, Gauntlets f nu.vllc.
WW and Call, &c., for aale l y
3. II. ilxClILI-
TrtfiTrMelTei,alatiful 1st. aali deriitlon, rompr:i
.1 Inr PKin and Fancy; Ivory and Tortoise shell he1,or dif
Jrrtntlklnds or ool,auonrhicli are Kfwny, K.eood, liiUan,
Molucca, and Uhale.-,.,.. j. M. McGiy..
BACaAMao Boards, Dominoes. Cheiuers. and Chew
Board., a treat variety other IWnSi i Just w v.d and
oraalebv ' " OIl-l.,
1 Iadiea' and Gentlemen. Fnrn'shlnz Store,
,1 Cerner or fjuare and Cullf je SUvet.
TINE Tract of Tjnd conttining sixty five acres well im
prered, hainEu it a handsome and convenient brick re-
",--nf iht iikmi-authoasesuod ixtensive siauuncs.
m.ii.n.rili, mit .ieslrab v located places In theneigu-
borhood of Xasbrille being adjacent 10 the city limlis and com
jnandlcir a fine view or the ciiy and suburbs TheTracilieing
well watered and under good fence, is from its provliait tthe
city admirahlv adapted for amarket garden or dairy. With thid
Tract of of OS acres can be obtained, also, the prirlVgeof an
adjoiiniir tract or land conUining 10U acres. .,
ortfrms and rurth-r particular, apply to JOHN L.SEIION,
l of tjjj am, of Sehon & ilernt, So. J Cedar itreet.
3?ot21 dim .
THE GREATEST VARIETV OF HATS
acdCapiforMen.Bojs and Children traroBered m the
. moderate and unirorut prjres.can always be found at
Ityawl aim WATtltFIELD k. VALKKil'B.
JUAIVD FOR SKXX..
TTTB.ubicrtber offers for sale seventy acre, of land onthi
M!ddb?FraiiUnTurpite, four miles from KuhnUe, d
ininr thetracton which be reside, and the lands of Cart- Join
ThetodU equal to the best, with ahundonee of exxel-
. . .,T and In the midst of the finest neighborhood 1
tntheeoaJ7,u NATHANIEL BAXTKP.
IGn nectand long sleeve., heary and of best quality.
1.."iTI..,..ntorrheacrtylei. """-" - J. II. JICOILL.
, , , . f,h .loefc of Fancy Gools. Cjmbt, Crushes,
in..eif!il lust rurliou.
,PBOFESSOK T. KABKALITS
wrTOUI.T)iUtetottQewtihlnrlo emplov hit rvics, Uat
LiSSehasafew hoc-scow at the aiK)ttl of Jaj'il .
VL, of InumeuUl l..t. it taken by the .ess.on St.-O
Tuksnbylheiuorth li per m-nth. Culliva
T the' voice In mng Mdon. Invar ably in ad-
Uon f enT0n"on ,i,owcd on those charjea on any acwunt.
ILT UXIQI E GUI GIN Ala HA1.I .WOBK
TI3NNJGSSEB IjEGISIjATIIRE. j
Weditksdat, November 30, 1859.
The Senate was called to orier at nine o'clock hj
PErmoss. - A
Mr. STOKELY pre.eated a pelilion from sundry
citizens of JfTeron aad Grainger counties,, praj
in" the establTuhrcentuf a CircuitCou"rt at'JJerrie
towo, which was referred io Ihe'CSmmittee on the
Mr. STOKELY preeented a petition from the law
yers at Sevierville. praying a cUanRe in the time of
Holding the Chancery Couifat Sevierville,
Mr. EICIIABD30N presented a memorial from
one hundred and forty citizens or Rutherford coun
ty in regard lu a conventional intrre it, which was
orderei to bo transmitted to the House of Repre
sentatives without reeding.
reports from arAxpisa committees.
Mr. Li NE, from the Committee on Banks, re
turned Senate bill No. 107, lo renew and extend Ihe
charier of the Union and Planters' Banks of Ten
nessee, with a recommendation of a majority of lhe
Committee that it ba rejected.
Mr. HILDRETH, from the Committee on Prifate
Incorporations, returned Senate bills No. 12S. lo in
corporate the Local Methodist Church United, and
to organise thtra into a Ilirae Missionary Society,
and No. 122, to iucorp rate .St. Mary's College, and
recommendid their passage, aftsr striking out so
much of section 16 of the litter bill as exempts 'five
hundred acres of land from taxa'i m.
Mr. PAYNE, from the Comaiitteo on Internal
Improvements, returned Senate bill No. 89, lo sys
tematise the railroad sinking fund paid by the com
panies fjr Ihe liqu-datioa of the Siate dett, and re
ported a bill in lieu, to provide for the equalization
and iuTestwent of the sinking fund on ihe bonds
issued to and endorsed for railroads in this State.
By Mr. MoNElLLY: No. 149 For the benefit of
tax collectors in this State. Passed first reading
and referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.
By Mr. STOKELY: No. 160 To change the limes
or holding tae Cnancery Court at Sericrrille. -PaES-ed
LEAVE Or ABSENCE.
Oa motion of Mr. HORN, leave of absence was
granted to Mr. Bampass. on account of sickness.
Oa motion of Mr. 1U0HAUD30N, leave of ab
sence was granted to Mr. Trimble until Friday.
Oa motion of Mr. TUOMPSON, leave of absence
was granted to Mr. Bennett, "Door Keeper of the
Senate until Friday.
TUK rB2E LANKIXO LA"W.
The SPEAKER, announced that it did not require
two-thirds to take from the table Senate bill No.
103, to amend the free banking law, under the no
tion of the Senator from Fentress, (Mr. llildreib,)
as ruled yesterday. The rules being eilent on the
subject, Ihe vote of a majority was sufficient ta take
the bill from the table and reconsider the vote lay
ing it there. The bill was therefore before the Sen
ate for its action.
Mr. LANE offered a bill in lien, which was adop
ted. Mr. PAYNE asked and obtained leave to withdraw
lhe bill for amendment.
On motion or Mr. HORN, the consideration of
the bill was made the eeciil order for Wednesday,
the 7th of December.
KEP08T Or C0JJUI3SIOSEE OF KOAOJ.
A met-sige was received from the House of Rep
resentatives, transmitting lhe Report of the Com
missioner of Roads.
( On motion of Mr. PAYNE, it was ordered that the
report lie upon the table, and that 2,51)0 copies be
printed for the use of the Senate.
MOUSE BILL ON SECOND UKADIHQ.
No. 101 To amend the law relative to special
Criminal Courts, aad also to amend the laws rela
tive to bills of costs in criminal cases. Passed.
SEXATE BILLS ON EtOOSD BEADING..
No. S9 to gyBtematize the railroad sinking fund
paid by the companies, for the liquidation of the
The Coaiualtee on Intsrnal Improvements report
ed a bill in lieu, to provide for the liquidation and
investment of the i-iuking fund on bonds issued
and endorsed for railroads in this State, which was
The bill then passed on ils second reading
No. 178 To place the sale of liquors in incorpo
rated tovsni under lhe control of the people
Mr. LaNE offered au umeLdmect to the bill, ex
tending its provisions to all the civil districts in the
The question recurring upon the adoption of the j
Mr. LANE demanded the ayes and noe, which
were taken, and resulted ayes 13, uoca 5, as fol
Ayts Jlessra. Allen, Boyd, Bradford, Ilildrelh,
Horn, Johuun, Line, AlcClcllan, McNeilly.Nash,
Payne, B'chardsan and Spanker Ncwmau IS.
A'ott Messrs, Mtckley, Soksly, S:ovall, Thomp
son and Wood 5.
Mr. ALLEN offered an amendment givisg the
people of the vaiious civil districts in the S:ate ihe
power to decide by vote wheiher they will permit
the trallio in spiri'uous and vinous liquors in any
quantity in their respective district?.
The aaiciidroent was adopted.
Mr. PAYNE did not understand the amendment
as being to broad, and he mcved to reconsider the
vote adapting it.
The motion was agreed to and the volo adopting
the amendment was reconsidered, and then
The amendment was rejected.
The question recurring upon tho passage of the
Mr. LANE demanded lhe ayes and noes, which
were taken and results I ayes 10, noes 8, as follow::
Ayts Messrs. Allen, Boyd. Bradford, Horn, Lane,
McClelUn, Nash, Payne, Richardson and Wuod 10
A'ori Meisr8. lli.dreib, Johnson, Mickley, Mc
Neilly, Stokely, Stovall, Thompson aid Speaker
So the bill passed oa its second reading.
No. 122 To incorporate St. M try's College.
The recommendation of the Committee ou Privatu
Incorporations, to strike out so much of ajedou 1
as exempts live hundred acres of land from taxse
lion, wai concurred in.
The bill then passed.
No. 132 To provide medical services in county
No. 140 Tj authorise the coan'y of Campb:ll to
retain county revcnii fir the year 1S60 and 18G1,
to be applied it building ber Ucut It nine.
Mr. HILUREril rfiVred an amendment providing
that Scmt county shall havfi the right to rctiin the
tax for the sime pcricd and same purpose.
The amendment Tra9 rejee'ed
Mr. STOKELY odercl an araandm'nt allowing
Sevier county to retain the tax for 1800, aud de
manded the ayes and and noes ui,on its adoption.
The ayes cad uosj were taken and rcuhed ayes
2, noeB 10 as lollown
Aye Messrs. Bradford and Stoksly 2.
jYc Meesrs AUeu, Uojd Hildreih, Je'mson,
Lace, Mickley, MeClcilan. McNntty, Nsh, Payn-,
Richardson: Stovall, Thompson, Wood and Speakt.
So lhe amendment was rejected
The question recurring upon the pas3age of the
Mr. PAYNE demanded the ayes and noes, which
wera taken, and rcsul-.ed, ayes 6, nots 12, as fol-
-r Messrs. Boyd, Hildreth, Mickley, Nash
and Payne 5
Xett Messrs. Allen, Bradford, Johnson. Lane,
McClellan, McNcilly, Itichaidsou, Stokely. Siovall,
Thompson, Wsod and Speaker Newman 12.
So the bill was rejected.
Xe. 14) To exempt the bonds of the State from
Mr. STOKELY demanded the ayes and noes upon
the passage of the bill, which were taken, and re
suited, ayoi 2, noes 10. as follows:
AytiV'turB. McNeilly and Payne 2.
Xoen Messrs. Allen, Do-, Bradford, llildrsth,
Horn, Johnson, Lane. Mtck.ey, McClellan, Nash.
Richardson, Stokely. Stovall, Thompson, Wood ani
Speaker Newman 10
. So the bill was rejected.
Xo. HI T- extend tho North Alabama Telegraph
Comp n to ' h tttniog. Passed.
No 143 1 i- the relief of the Bmk of Ncsh
No. 140 To incorporate the Castilian Spring!
and Lafuvftte Turnpiko Compmy. Pisicd.
No. 14 to annd tho charter of the Mississip
pi River Railway Company. Passed.
SKNATE lSlLlf OS VnrW KEAPIXG.
No. 12i'i To incorporate the Lw.al Method st
Church Uoited, aud U orginize them into a Home
Missionary Society. Passed.
jaj Xj incirportte the Washington Wharf
'jmpany. nair ClarUsville. Passed.
Ko 137 To charter the Sawanee Turnpike Com
pany, and ihe Hnvrkercville Turnpike Company, in
I'r.Jiklin couoty. Passed.
No 138 To rejeal section 1,602 of tin Code in
rrfcre&iie to ihr dmission of pupils iMo the Ten
nessee fcDeir and Dumb School. Passed, ayes 17.
noes 2, aB follows :
lyes Messrs. Allen. Boyd, Bradford, Hildrclb,
Hern, Johnson. Lane, MtC.cllan, McNcilly, Nash,
Payue, Stovall, Thompson, Wood and Speaker New-
Xots. Messrs. Richardson, and Stokely. . .
UOUBE BILL ON' UlIIiD BEAIUNO.
No 82 To give further time to the President and
Directors of the Ciucnniti, Cumberland G ip and
Charleston Railroad t complete thefirst section of
siid road. Passed ayes 18, noes 0.
BECisTEUS or land orricE.
Mr BOYD offered a resolution providing that the
Senate will me.t the Hmse of Representatives in
convention on Tnurday, the 8ih of December, for
the purpose of electing a Register for the Land 0
6ce of Est Tennessee.
Oa motion of Mr. BOYD, the rule was suspend
ed and the resolution taken up.
Oa motion of Mr. STOVALL, the resolution was
so amended as to prnvide for the election of a Reg
ister for the Lind Oflbe of West Tennessee at the
The resolution as thus amended was then adopt
On motion of Mr. BRADFORD, the Senate ad
journed. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. -
Wkdnisdat, Nov, 30, 1839.
The session was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr.
Mr. WHITE, of Davidson, preeented a petition
from a citizen of Davidson county praying for the
tight to mere a turnpike gtte, which was referred
to the Committee OH Internal Improvements without
The SPEAKER laid before the lbuse a petition
of 48 citizens cf Tennessee, praying for an act to
authorize the erection of a fish dam on Puck River,
which was referred to Via Committee on Internal
Improvements without reading.
IIO AD COMMISSIONED BEraRT.
Hr. F3AZIER prueatsd & report from the Road
Cowait.ee, whlih ras laid on the table and 6.000
copies ordered printed for the use or the Hoasa of
The following bills were introduced, read and
severally passed the first reading t
Byllr TREWHUT. 331, directing the Chancel
lor of district or Tennessee, to appoint a clerk
and master at Chattanooga.
By Mr. Jones, 332, to amend the law regulating
the redemption of lands old f jr taxes.
VOaNINO, koo'n and sight statucs.
Mr FORD rct"rntd his resolution condemning the
Btuues in front of lhe capitol as in bad taste an 1 di
recting theCommissioncr8 of the Capital to have thera
removed, with an amendment calling for tho cost uf
the figures and number of workmen employed on
the capiHl building with their salaries.
Oa motion of Mr. Ford, the roles were - suspend
ed and the resolution considered
Mr. MARTIN moved to lay the resolution and
amendment on tho table.
The motion waa rejected yeas 20, aayn 38. ,
The amendment was adopted. r: '
Mr. EWINfl, offered an amendment whieh-Mr.
Ford accepted but the Speaker ruled out of
A divisioa.df the question was demanded.
The first resolution was rejected.
The second resolvtion was adopted.
LEAVE O' ABSESOE.
Was obtained for Mr. Smith.
thb uaupbe'sTicuet issubekction.
The SPEAKER announced the order to be the
consideration of the unfinished business of yester
day being Mr. Baylcss' resolution, offered Octo
ber 25, and printed on paga 80 of the Lioislativb
Union and Avmuuan. Mr. Davis had offered u
resolution in lieu of the third, to which Mr. Gactt
offered an amendment, the question being upon Mr.
Wiscner's amendment in the the third degree.
Mr. BARKS DALE being entitled to the fl.or re
sumed. He thought tho present an important epoch
in the history oi our country, and v should put
Upon our journals the tact that we sincerely lament
the late foray at Harper 3 Ferry ; and that our Con
gressmen should not. in our opinion, affiliate with
that treasonable organization ia the Norm, known
as the Black Republican pirty a party responsible
for that volcanic eruption which Has sant terror and
consternation to the hearts cf Southern men; m
outbreak unprecedented ia the annals of any coun
try. It was unnecessary and unparliamentary to
Dnng iu the names of private cit.zjmwho were not
oonacctjd with ihis discussion. No on has insin
uated that there was a man unsound on the slavtry .
question on this floor, bat, do not gentlemen know
that there are meu on the fioor of Congress who are
in favor of Seward's highfr law docirhio which is
nntniug more nor less taan treason to the constitu
tion J He lavored the passage of the resolutions i as
iutroduced, and without amendment. He denied
that Mr. Seward, jthe leader of tho Biack Republi
can party, ever affiliated uith the Dainoerauc par
ty, and declared mat he was a member of the Con
vention which nominated Gen. Scott for J.he Presi
dency, thus showing that he did affiliate with the
old Whig party, which Opposition gentlemen on this
floor are so frequently lauding. He concluded by
calling upon gentlemcu to help figt the warj of our
peculiar institutions, as guaranteed to us under the
ccajtltution, aud vote lor these resolutions with
out the crossing of a "U" or dotiing of an "i."
Mr. MARTIN occupied the time of the House till
the hour of recess jn opposilioa to some points in the
resolutions; more particularly to the the third cf
the s.ries for which he urgeij tae substitution of the
resolution effcred by hi colleague plr, P.ivi-, j
bis renmrks will be published at some future day.
Mr. WHll'MGRE ontamtd the floor but gave way
for iu? uoou recess,
And then I
Oa motion, the Ho ue look a recess till 2 o'clock
An Act to change the time of holding (he Circuit
Court for Robertson couoty.
Sectioj: 1. Be it mailed ly the Qentral Attmlly
of the Stale of Ttnnestce, That hereafmr the Lircuit
rt fjr the county of Robertson stiall bo held on
first Mondaj s iu Fcbra&rr, June andlOclaber, in-
,dof the second Mond.vs of fcaid months for
ttead of the second .Mondays
ech year, and that the next term of said court be
nel l on me first 4Monday m February, iauv, auu
that all laws contriry to the provisions of this Act
be and the same ir ? 1 ercby repealed.
S.c 2. Jie l enuct:d fht this Ait take effect
from and f.er the passage thereof.
:'. C. WHITTHORNE,
Speakerof the Houje of Repret.pntatues.
TAZ W. MUVMAN,
Speaker of ihe Senale.
Fassed Nov. 17, 18511.
A tin a copy. J. E. II. P. or, Secretary.
Wo arc nnthorizrd to announce R. V)r. ITATtTOon.
Esq., as a candidate for the office of Attorney Gen
eral, for the Ninth Judicial District, oompo-ed of
th. counties of Williamson. Sumner and Daviilton
Election net May.
KXI'ICA. FA1TIII.Y LKU.
A TKW lrrel Kxtra Family Lard, on comijrnment, and
A for sale chedtt tiy
iov'JU tr MJ7.ELL, IlCOPElt t CO.
t)i.i nttow. of ossaw.vto.viii:."
Life, Trial untl Conviction of Capt. John
4 pDLJjaepountof theattcoptjil insurrection at Ilarper'a
l Ferry! Va .coiqtiied frcmeffivUl and authentic aonrcesand
i'rice iu cents.
Yo wile by
i rCollege Street.
1-LOUlC ANn.BlEAL, -.,.
frfi BAQS Extra Family flcnr ;
i?"1 b5l do do. da.
Sou Lu.hels Corn Heal.
Forsilebr STBATTON Sc 9EYMOUU.
novUu 2 -
roic lomsvim.t: asb ciscissati.
TUE Steamer CONEWAOO, Erascia, Matter,
leares this day at-1 oMocrk, for the above jsjfeg
lort) II. II. HARRISON. Agent.
p;TAVI;a afjiiatej with me in my old business that or
fi A bujlaj and selling nfsroes, both on commission and on pri
vate account Vr. S. -. Jones, of PeSotc, M.sjisilppl, aad my
brother, Wa. 11. Forrest, of Memphis, I cn ttnjzr to m"
f.-iends bettr facilities than I have ever bren able to ojer tlrfm
Onr buildings ari lccatul at N. !i9 Adams ftreet. nfit duor
eaitof my oldmrt: tbey are spacious, combining comenien-e,
com'ort and sirety are superior to any establishment of the
k.nd ia the Stite, an.l equal to any tint I tiara ertr insp-cttd.
I rep.t ully sol cit fur oomew firm, from my oM friends and
customers a i.U ihe public, the pationge which I hare laigely
en t hberailj received hitherto froa them, and will enly add,
that whL pt pruoaie or siy, we guarantee.
N. R. FORT.EST.
K. b. roRREr, s J";ej, rji. h roagrsT,
Meuphii DeScto, tubs. Memphis.
FOISKEr, JOKES & CO..
IV'o. 8D Adams Strcc-t, .Hcmplii, Tcnn,,
H alt'ivs in Sl:ivc..
THEY Board, and Fell on como:sion,acd Veepconstant'y
on hand, a good assortment of Virginia, Georgia and Caro
300 AEfiltuE-i WANTED.
"3" Wl LL pay more flnn any olher person for No. 1 negroes,
8 suited to the Jiew Orleans market.
nov30-dJm 5f. li. FORREST.
N.shnlle Cniov ivd AMniir4!f copy above sixty djjs dally
and send bill to this oflice. Mtrupil JlulUtin .
to stock sir.i)i:i:s or the
IViisiivillu A- t;k;iti.-nioKii It. IE. Co,
AMEKriNd of iho StVhoUen In the Naihrille and Chat
tanoVga Railroad Company wi)l be held at Murfreesboro
on l'urs lsy, the 13th day of December net:, at which the reports
or the Ulrectors and oiner oracers win Dereaa, ana on the u)
lowing ay an election will be held a: the sime place for litteen
Directprs to manage ttu affairs of said Companr for the ensjin;
stockholders, as usutl, by showing their certificate of Ptock to
the conductors, will I e circled Rn; to the meeting and election
or over the who.eroad,as they may prefer, an 1 back heme on the
13th, Hth and 15th of December.
no30-td W. C. OriElVES, Sec'y.
GKTiiT .SALE OF CHOICE LAXD,
ON WeanesiUy, the luh dav of IIECK.MUER next, on the
premises, we wll se'l to the highest bidder, on a credit of
one, tnoand three years, with interest, that ralnable tract of
Uud on H lute's Cre. four miles nortn of N'a'hnlle, on which
I'anjel Young lived next iefore his dath The hole tract con
tains a(U acres, wha-li txxi beea du-idi.l into sveati-en tracU,
fm&tlng Inndsomely on the ltaen Vjst Turnpike road ahl
This is one of the coiict tracts in Davidson county, all un
de- f od feru and Kithin Is; than one hour's time i,f the town.
The will be a'.jlute and irjlhou- redemption, and good bai
gains may lie etited
Notesaitii tnoiroo.1 sccuritiesrequir-dand lien ratalntit. Jt
all who nish good Oargtius In land attend
II. T. WILKINSON,
no30 d&wtd Kxecutorcf 1'Jinel Vouug.
CTOTlUXti AT COST FOll CXSll
The laigeand well selected stock of
OK Mr. SrhaiUCIlKR. having ttn placed in my hind as
' Tnuee, 1 iil cIo:e out the entire siocW at cost lor cash.
NOTICE' All wh are itdeUed to Mr. Sutzlucher cither by
note or account, are hereby uctiUed to s,.if.t forwarJ and selt:e
w.th bis receiver at th- same hnuee, a in'dulgerxc will Lot te
g reu be'ou 1 the 1.1th of January, lbt), and all -f bo have claim
aralast him will present them for settlement.
E. M. PATTERSON,
novno tjanlS Trustee.
Vttliiiihlc Ie:il I'lnlf
Iron I'roper'v lor sale at I'ublic Atir.tiiin.
ONMOVDAY.tLeSKli, diy of Pfc-eniir next, I will fler
for faleat.he Court h-ujsc door in the tosn bf Eddyville,
lycn county. IIj -,ou acredtt of s.x. twelve, eiytetn aud twen
ty four m nth i titne. with interest from date, the Iron Proper
ty of Klly t Co , km n ti Puwnn Furnace and Forge, to
gether w.tn all the una. Id lands belonging thereto, being at ti.is
time cer leu thousand Lcr;s, much of which is f&ir, arable land,
and ey tell td.i.ted to T'Z.ng purposes as well as for the
production of touscro and all the small grain usual!) rusedm
Should therelo a neceitty for $i doing a consilerable portioa
of the lands "ill ledividl into tncls to suit purchasers, auu the
Cngine and Marb'nery dijposed ol separately. Thj xa ipliinery
at boUi Forge .md Furmce is in hrt rate condition and ha-i great
power- well suited to other uies besides the manufacture of
iron, isutitu h.-rt-i soineenterjirising tniuuficturer will be w II
ing to under kettie corpulsion of profits from its use in refin
ing the cruJe metals so a'fndantly embowelcl in fields conilguou
This sile is in obedience of an crde? oft lie Lyon Fealty ajd
Criminal Crurtat its late sesrioa, and will be sold wiJiout re
prve All thne w-j"iing to invest in Iron Property or for farm
Ingor tTazing purioaes,will do well to be on hand on the day of
aa e as oargains will be given without djubt.
At tteaac time I will scjljorae heavy nagons, with harness,
siitcd to the iron busjnesi but Mslty OLverted to common use.
AIo, a&wlargekett'es, ?ithanof which, at least, c?cry large
farmer should I supplied,
Personal swrurity in part and lien on property required of
purchases. - WJM CKr'N,
Graifenbcrfj Vegetable Pills.
THE Grro'enlerg Vegetable Pills are offered only aa va'nitU
for thecire of diseases arising from derangement in the
dlg'stive organ j, and the symptoms Indiciting their ncdaro,
ceaerally. Consumption, Ilea-Kche, Nervousness, Uneasioess if
ter eating, Biliousness, lleauburn. Acidity, Nu-ev Flatuleece.
Want of appetite, Debility, F-imtness, Fain In the S-tomsrh uni
lcweIs,Dypens. Liver Complaint. Boils, Eruptiont, Rt.tless
ccs", Dis'Wrbed Sleeping, Cripings, Fver.shaesj, and Low, Bil
lions and Remittent Feyers.
OaaextnitUitlrgnattrAldnete and fromtAeja&tntit
thru n- " grijH. nauseate or leare t "e tviceio in a contipa
raJ & fif- "h th Orafenbery Pits teitt be found more pleat
anltttonanyothcre. irp Pairs 2i ceats TkR box 0 the Rccurr or o soiiiif
rnrl BJXEI WIU. EK lEXT Br XaIL,rRCU Or KM MOlt, To l PART
WTHkCocNiRV. Abh.X -MACKENZIE,
co IS--tf H College Street. Nashville.
BQ,k,.llert.ad Dealer. in Periodicals, SUtJonery.&c.
rjirTODI.D respectfully give notice that they will continue In
I ( , ...l..lul V- ir lf,.,n ir TftVnann .hit
w m the same husinrs wuiuvww w.w.,uvm,
woul.t ) nlese.l to receive the custom so liUfally beitowed 1 on
them. ' ' " " DOTS'' .
Vetreaulhoriiedto announce WM. Q. BRIKN a candldaU
for;AomeyCensralf tie 9th Jadidal Ciicalr, embracing the
couctieaot Sinaner Wmtuasoa and Davtdwo. 'Election nert
( oct3 -td
Weareauthoriiedtoaanonace CARTA. HAB.RIS, orWll
luunsonpunty.ai a candidate for Attorney Giteral, for the ju
dicial Circuit, cgaipoaea oftBecouatles of -TlU!aiuson DafUson
ana Sumner. " 0it"-U
Weareauthorlwt to announce JJAXTER SMITH, E.tof
Sumntr.u a candidate fur Attorney General of this, (theSth)
Judicial Circuit composed of the counties of vrjUiamicn, David
sen and Sanx;r.
We are authorized to announce Jii. K. RiWiM, 1"J j," a
candidate for the o2ca of Attorney Oneral forths Ninth Judl
clal Circuit, composed of the coantles of Williamson, Sumcrr
and Pividson. Election in May, 1300.
We'are authorized to announce 8. h. Vl-ilKT.ot Davidson
ccnaty, as a candidate for Attorney General of the Sth Juiicia
Circuit. iiectIon,ltaj, 1SC0.
FOR COUNTY OFFICi-KS.
We are authorlod tt announce JOHN K. EDJfTND30f as a
landidtte ffir Sbrr iff of Davidson county atthe next election.
We are authorUed to tacoimca Jjr. II. HiirroH as a candl
date for re-elecUon for the officstf gherUT of DlVldson county
at the ensuing March election pep23 U
For Orimlunl Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announ;e Chah. B.Diooousaj a candl
data forCrunlnal Court Clerk. July8-Ul
We are authorized o announce Dr. E. IT. Pattekscx, acandi
dato (sr CJerkof tbefirimina! Court of Davidson county, at the
ensuini; Uwb election. may23 td
We aia authorized (oanngunce Joax Siukc, Eqr , as acindl
date for ri-election to the cCig of Criminal Court Clerk at the
next March election.
We arc authorized to announce Roar. II. CUHTW- fandl
date for Criminal Court Clerk at the enjulng March eleottaa.
For County Trustee.
We are authorized to announce TII0S. T. SAUNDERS a can
u'dat fcjf the office of Countey Trustee for Davidson county, at
the election to bjihl in March. I860. ap5
We are authorlxod to anoence I3HAM CLARK as a candi
date for County Troatee at the eszufng Jlh e$ctlpn.
W are aolbprized to announce SAMUKf, p. AMET, a
pa?d!dat for County Trustee 9f DavidUon county, at the nest
March f Ie4ion, LaepWd
We are authorized to announce TXl'oih P. Bomor a can'I
date for the office of County trastae, of Darldson county, at the
eniainc March election. Cf-ti
We are authorial to announce 3XO. W, H4RTIK M a cas
d'.date for County Truiteeat thu entuiuj March ebctloa.
We are authorized to announce IIEN'RY L. JUSTICE as a
candidate for County Trustee of Darldson county at tte ensuing
March election. oall dtd.
ItltVUI'S TASTEIjESS VEItMIFCGF..
Tell the belt for pretty Nell.
All the household's pride,
died, they say, of worms the prey,
Atyhonjh 'th wj'cjna plljd.
'Tvas Jalap, Mercury, and gamhooa
That helped her to bar djew ;
Bat Ilryan'aTanetess Termifu;a
SaTesthontajds from the tomb.
Put up in bottles. Price 25 centt. Said by
nov27-dtwlm JO.O. RHOWN. Nashrllle.
Coiiinlaiuiuir We have
heard repeatedly during the last few days, per
aom complainlngof weakness and debility. We would say lo
t'J such, gtt some of McLean'? StrengOtening Cordial niif
Blood JPy rimer. It is beyond all doubt the only remedy that
willrenoTateandjirenjthtBfhprjiteia. Th Immense demand
lor itfrom all parts oAhe finite' Btafca I) pfoof pnougt) of its
beneficial effects. We know'bjr experience ht it Is a dellciosi
remedy to take. Call and try it See the advertisement In an
other column. nov?-dfewm
I)r. ?f cClintopk's Pcctorul Sj-rup, sUnding
in the first rank of the profeqfon. Pr. MpCllntock haigiTen
thii mni:rlr.e to the world under tie fuarjt (y pf hjs Ijiglj repii'
Ution.ua tneans of certaii, iomodiate and pern.nenf rtljei Jg
1 " throat.nd lungs whiph hare diBed alt pther repe-
! die,. Price .1. ftUb, 40 Q. BROIVN,
It. A. Palincfttoclv's VVv
MIFdaU FOR TAPE-WORM-JrW. i". A
JUinehtoei' . Co -Uentlmn; Some ears since I reccom
mended E. J. Tj?iiui.toci't "Vermifuge to ray relative. Mr.
t'tiarlfs West, Jefferson county, Mis.itsippl, for a child, eigh
teen month old, which was dppoil to tie dying from Ills. lie
give it two or three rials, which brought from it a tape-worm
Ut,i4j !t if fret loi.g, aud cured the child. This worm 1 pre
sertel.andhave ihcwn itta planters in VUs and the adjoining
counties. I have sold thousand! of lottlyj of you,- yermjfijge
with perfa:t satisfaction to the purchasers. If Uiij will be of
any tervice In calling attention to your valuable renely, you
are at liberty to use it. JAMKS P UAUPklt,
Qf the firm cr Harper Son, Dru jjUU, Eayou Sira, La.
JO Piirctjatirs sJipali ioni 10 rB wiruu on tht
wrj!j;cr,jnd jeetht tl;ey are byyln; 1). A- PaniijfOPK'j V
xiyva i andnoothsf. nov27-wm
l)r 3I'ClintocUs Colli uid OqukU illi.-fr
XDUF, U a combination of nature's vejetable antidotes to the
irritation and disturbance of tha breathing apparatus, S h!ca pro
duce col's, coughs, hozrseneu and sore throat- It remavw in
a very short time every vestige cf IniUintaitiou from the lungs
and throat, ani renews the free respira'lon of perfect he i lib.
Price 23 cents, gold by JO. G. BROWN.
a-avr5" The Great Secret. There
Sijfc fj iz no dl rase uithoat Its attendant Ii.fi mmatlon
To subdue tiie Innamtnaticn is the first thing to accoapliih In
burns, xMj,brajcJ,aa ext'rntls, and pllee, rheumatism, tf.
as interna!,, apply af once AAllSyS jAGIC4L PAp
XX1KAC1QR. ' This a!" healiog, all-powerful ant'llote, in
stantly allays ind imnjation, and consequently strikes atthe
foot of the dilate. A pure now is atonceeffected.
For tale in "few Orleans, wholesale and retail, by
3. WRlflUT 00
Vpj S) and S,l Chorfrea sfreet.
8oleagenUfora-8oulheraautes, and to whom ll orderi
should baddresssd. nqvST.dsiw'O
Sr. IH'Clintock's Asthmn Hemed)"-Within
a weik alter tommenciog with this medicine, the Asthmatic suffer
er will be able to speak without whetzing, breathe without dis
tress, and ll4 down withjut a sense of suffocation ; and the
amendment will go on till perfect restoration is effected. It re
lieves whocpltg cough of its worst s; roptons, and curtails the
period of the dbeaM. Price SO cents. Sold by
no,g7 dfcwlm JO. Q. DROWy. Nashville
To iiifniTupf: u license is
NOT TO CURE IT.-Miny preparalians wilt
secure ta ihe viotim of internal worms a brief cJ.stlon from
pain and irritation, butonly one Mediclce at present known to
the world, will actually extirpate the disease and secure the
pibent from all u.ipleisant consequences. That Mrdicins is
n'jySJPa CAXADIA V rERUIFUUE; it stands alone unre
proached ; it has the sanction of the highest medical authority,
aud should stand on the mantle piece of every nursery in the
Urited states. Mothers look to It, if you value your chlldreu'j
Be particular anj remsmber thu name, " Winer's Canadian
Tcrmifugt." This is the only article that can. be depended on.
Fo r sale in Ii ew Orleans, wholeaal e and retal I , by
21 and 121 Chartres street,
norST-dlcwlra Sole Proprietors
The ORiEirraL TausxaN, or NaTsaaL Wkatuzr I.micaTOK
gro spontaneously upon the great Desert of Arabia ; it is in
corruptible, will remain in correct ute and may lartcentnry a
if. wifl foretell, In any climate, throughout the ypar, ttje various
changes of tye tceai$e.t-jenty foyr Kourt ifyirtjace, an4
perfectly reliable. It is the discovery of Low S. UtXKax, of
Colombia, Terjn., and may be obtained for 31 of A. Stretch,
General Agent, Nashville, Tenn., or sent secured by mail by the
discL-vtrer fir $2 current money.
,af-5S The Great
sir Jniiicn Clarlie's Cclobratcd
rviiiuie i nn.
This invaluable me Heine i unfailing in the cure of all those
painful ana dangerous diseases ta which the female constitution
is subject It modt.ate! all excesses a:.d removes all obstructions,
aud a s.iccdy cure may be relied on.
To Married Ladle;
it is especially suited. It will In a short time bring on the month
ly period with regularity.
Kach liotile, price one dollar, bears the government stamp of
Qrea. Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
tte J'iUi tioutd not lie taken ly ftnutXe duriig Ue
5 TllhEE HONTllict J'rtynancy, ax tuy uretmt ti
j on Miwtr?iase, l:t at any vHer dme thfj art Date
In all cases rf serVous or epical affections, pain in the back
and limbs, ftlue on slight exertion, Salutation of fhe heart,
lo'wneSiof spirits, hysterics, siclc heMsc'icV vhltrg' and alft'he
painful iliseases occasion d by a disordered system,' these pills
will cflect a cure when all others have failet).
Full directions in Ifee pamphlet aroand each package, which
should Lo carefully perused.
A bottle containing M pi'.is, and ecpircled wth (he jovernment
starauof Great Britain, can be teui poft frsj tor'l and si;
8oi Agent for the United 8tates and Canide .
Rochester, N Y.
Sold In Nashville by Berry & Demoville and O.W. Hender
shott, and 11 lespecuble druggists. noviTt ilftwlyins
A Card to tile LudiesUr. lliiponco's Pe
riodical IUI lor Fcuialcs, are Infallible for re.
I moving stoppages or irrejularitiss of ll.e menses.
J The pills are nothing new. but hate been used by the Doctor
f in his practice for many years, bolh in France tnd America .with
unparajlejel success In every case . and he is urged by many
thousand ladies who lave used them, to make the nills imhitn for
the idleviatton of those sutlwiogfrom any ireegu Unties wha'er,
and as a preventive to ladies whose health will not pi rmit an in
crease ol faTlly.
Pregnant females, or those supposing themselves so, are cau
UoLed against ming pills while in thatconditiou, as the proprietor
assumes , rsponiibilIty after the above admonition, although
their mildness would prevent any injury to health; otherwise
tbee pills are recommendei. Directions accompany each box.
Pric-$. Sold wholesale by
EWIN, PENDLETON t CO.,
Wholesale D-uggists, Nashville, Tenn.,
To whom all ordera cut be addresd Tbey i(l supply the
trade at proprietor s prices, and furnish show cards and circular!.
Sold at retail in Nashville by ' . 5. 1
DKMO V Il.I.E &. CO., cor. Church and Cherry streets,
O.W.lIKNDl!KSIJ01T,cor. Cedar't. k. Pub Square,
BEKCII Sc. GO0DLET, Market st. cpposite Unlon St.
J- STRirrClI, corner of Broad aad Market streets.
Ladies by enclosine $1 to either of the above agents, can have
the above pills sent (confidentially) by mall to any part of the
city or country.
. . B. The ingredients compoiipg these pills are made known o
every agent gelling them. 1'hey will tell you tkat they areall they
are represented ic be. Ask for Of. Iiponco' fioldrn
filU. Seetheiignature on each box . you will then get a
meuicjne j un may urpcau upon, yet perfectly harmless.
MANSf IKLp ic CO., Agents or V mpbis,
WILSON U STARBIRD, Agents fer Leulsvllle.
CatltiOll. Tlin eivlirll- of
Whiskey nov so wsll known u "Daly' Arp
matic Yallev Whke," IjasestablitheiJ arepufatianso utdrersal
as renders jt difficult for the manufacturer to keep pace w"h the
demand. Tbisis the result of persevering energy in Its Intro
dectifln, tsiUlned by a detenslnstion adopted at the cutset, and
neverforanlnsptdeparied from, that Its orlgl3l purity and
uwivJed excellence should continue to the end.
The common fate, attendant upon all such successful efforts,
has overtaken the manufacturer. It is imitated by unscrupulous
Impostors, and an Inferior and spurious article la palmed off upon
the community, to the great detriment of the public as well as
Injury to the manufacturer, both In emolument and well earned
repute. Every effort has been made to guard against this piracv
by a Copyright of the Label, ajd by peculiar shape of lhe bottle.
Icauf'enthe public agilnst this Imposition upon them and
upon my rights, and I earnestly desire such Information from
those Lo may possess It. by having been victimized or otherwise,
as willenablemslfl protect the public and mj self by prosecu
tion to the utmost extent of the law. Tho genuine "Daly's Aro
matic Valley Whiskey" is put up In cases o f 12 bottles each, with
Iitht yellow Label, and sealed with yellaw wax, with the pro
prietor's stamp on the wax, and f&c simile signature cf the pro
prietor on the label. All other articles an imitations.
TTT Consumers can dependupon irettlnc a cure article when
they buy the Valley Whiskey, as It is sold by the bottle and In case
WM. 11. DA1.,
19 South William BtreetVXev York,
Liverpool Cottou Market, Nov. 11.
Th Africa brought details of the sSlea and prices of Cotton In'
the LiTerpoot msrket for the week ending Jfov. 10, as follows":
Pea Mauds C60 bales at-B .1 U d
Upland -9 Mi S'id Hd
Mobiles... -.4 50 -tv,t 7;d
Nesr Orleans I.I8.3UU d 9 -d '
Total Amcricn,3,rUQ bales, r.f which 2 310 bales were ta,ken
onspeculallon,and9id bales reexportation. -f v
Current prices were as fallows :
ntalncd do.-.-..... ...
New Orleans. ,
Alabama and Mobile.
5 6 13-16 7J
Messrr.Wm Clare & Sons say: ' I
The demtnd has notteen so active this week as the last, still
there Is little change to b noticed: prices ruling much as before,
and with tolerable steadiness, consumers have barely taken equal
to the average consumption. There are at sea 83,674 bales of
Amerlctn, against 37 304 same We last year. There Is a fair
Irrjulry todsy, November 11, and the ulen may reach S.Ctt)
The European limtt of November 12 says:
The market Is steady, firmly supporting the prices or last week,
especially for the middling and better qualities of American,
which are scarce, and parcels wi'hout dust or sand contirue dif
flcult to purchase at our formerijuotations: 'he low middling aud
erdinary sorts, of which the great bulk of the stock Is composed,
are abundantly offered on the market, and continue very un
saleabla We nowquote Middling Upisnds7J,Moiile7 5 161,
gndOrleen77-lCd. The Committee of Brokers plate Fair Up
lands fitf. Mobile 7d, and Orleans 7'd being a reduction cf
d $ a,, but we cocsidir ttese imuta louiloolow. Large sales
have been made during the week ta Cotton to arrive, and Strict
Middling Mobile has been sold at 7'd. but to dty the same qual
ity and description of Cotton is offered at 7,'d. The last advices
Irom the United Sta'es contluue to report favorably of the
weather, and most parties estimate the crop at 4.'lX),0uu hales.
The deliveries to the trails for the week hart been about 29.700
bales The business to dty will probably amount to 8,000 bales.
Sales of the week 43.G50 bales.
The New Orleans Price Current of the SG'h Inst, ssys :
With resptct to prloes, we hive already stated Uiaf an adjance
of fully an y,e was realized in the early part oi the eek, in the
Middling and better grades, and those deceptions brought very
full rates on Welnesdayand Thursdiy;but tde Kuropean ad
vices received yesterday checked the upward tendency , leaving
quotations about the same, but vith the advantage rn the side of
buyers. The grades beiow Lo Middling are seldom called f-r,
and the occasional tales are at low and Irregular rates.
ChWtWtlrt pr'.ces of Cotton at thUdate,intAeolloicir.g
yJchange S'f ta t-i'prpa.ando file1 Ing
Inferior, ... ....
Ord'y to Good Ordinary..
Jll'iiljn j, .,..........,.
Midil ling Fair .
Good Fair. .
Goad and Fine,.....:-.,
; 8 9
8 IOIi' f; et W,V
to'fcaiiii;, iul'ii iijioiu
.-ii ai h ii jar, usau
Mii3i& i'ku 'ii2'i
.-( nominal fi -t
.nominal ..nominal I nominal
..: nominal nominal ' nominal
I 9 e prem. I p c prem
9 c prem
I b.'i .v
Xateat 'Ltterpool Quotation.
ft e have the (sowing Utegraphu; reports from the Southern
SavaNJCtH, Nor. 83. Sales of Cotton to dy balas.
Busineas was lar,e, but quotations generally were ncrbangid.
CuiRUJTok, Nov. 8S, Sal-s of Cottou to-day ?,b,0 tales,
ranrfog from K to II JJo vjnatj-ioaj were tasier-
Mosile, Nor. .'J The oot on market was a.tive to-day with
sales of CMI bales Holders were willing stllera. Middlings
lus, gluc. but quoUtioni were barely maintained.
Messrs. Neill Bros, li Co., of Neu York, In their circnlar sent
to Europe by the Asia, say :
We are receiving moro and mors favorable accounts of the
yle'd from all Sictiors uf the country. Even in the most favor
ed localities of list year there appears, contrary to all exrxta
t'op, to be an equal crop? and Iu localities wbicn then suffered
from any cuje, the individual inj'ances of large lacrea upon
last'jear's el4 are stirprlaipg As the ultimate result will de
pend on' the continuance of the present adafinble wVather for
pining, we have not jetmaitr our final estimate; but we nay
remark that the facts patent to every one seem to us to justif
the largest crop figures which have yet been put forth, aut we
are glad to notice that the q-iahty is every where improving, in
consequence, doubtless, of h outcry arsiott sand, ani the lojg
spell it fayorable weather for p'oking.
f t li a remarkable feature toil season that the largest est!
mat -s come frim planters and factors. Tnen generally admit
4.Cr,0,uii') hi t as to)eibly certain; nhlle of the; buyers, parti
cularly those acting for Knglacd, there are still new whofg
nor: il the facts wbjch ar incarsiittpt wjth the theory if 4.
(IJOiKiO bftlej bajng an i;t;d fjgor?. Tbjs ijuder Hltmate will
prove -i serious damage to the tr 4 In the first place; it an
duly supports prices in T.lverf Oil and herei and, secondly. It
leads to in excessive txport tt Great Britain, and no doubt to
the temporary glutting of th Liverpool market with Cotton
which can tardly Is excreted ta brings profit there, iu view ol
the large supply goiog with it and behind it Contracts are of
fered hen for delivery in sixty days a', half a cent below present
prices. The Fiencb, Geimao and Americans buy only from
hand to mouth. Had F.aglih ihipp rs ghowneqaal moderation,
our puotrtion to-day would, doubtte,s, have been a ceit P &
lower than they are Prices are n w iaaiiily detndent on toe
fivers. W'thasv'eral ries. deliveries woulJ U enormous ore
redeni, t,t sliou d tt.a irta contmns tetn'ent on tb hmit-d
area'of ciunt'ry v p h has ti'pplted tnVni fSr s 'far", some little
falling off migl.t tile'place, and tend ta' support prices tempera
TIae Iloie; Trade.
The Iiouiaville Juurnal of Hie K inst eays
Tb eoitsment u the hnr rjarkt wi-tinues ani prlrfssre
still gbing upr A sile i' l-KfJ la a packer ras made yeate d y
atJOYill, and 40il head at tli ii. atid ibe .alter price waa ue y
ofefetl by paekf is. A curer t ok 53J head Tom the hooks..
t0. In tae pr duct the only (a es were 1,0 0 bbls me -a pork
packed at Crawfo -U'e aad delivers, le on the 1st of January
at III, and 5ji Ui s i.Uy packel uu tits spot at the same. PaJc
ars were generally holding. Ikivs that xijur.-. There was nothing
done In pUcr meats wi.Ich are Lei i a. advanced figures
The Cincinnati Gitxdte of th; 2iUi reported the market s
closing buoyant on Saturday at $5, with holders asking JG.I59
C.S3, and remarket :
Nobody appears tj have cjnDdeice at prescntpiices, butth re
are buyers for more than are offered at full rates. The receipts
s'tce last Tuesday foot up -bout 31 Q M head, mating a total for
season of g-'.Ol i. The recs t V dajr anl to morrow willprola
bly swell the total to "Jj0oS head, against UI,Pil to the cor res
ponding date lait year. At Louisville the rec.,)ts up to the 71 ith
cf November, 1858, were l.V,7ol. orepcrttia Leeumadeof
this jeifa arrivals, but the number, re tninkr, falls shart of,-J".
OOUhead. The business atthe two places, then, compirea about
as folios s:
Cinc-nnstI . .M,0C0 l.VI,:oi
Loiiisvillc 30,IK!0 155,-51
D orea-s - ...,,,,,.... ......-17 912
This only sliows, however, that ihe season is as backward this
year aa It was in ldJT.
The Gatette says of the market on Monday :
The receipts of hogs continue light. Only 4,000 heal arrived
during the last 43 hours. This helped to a icngtttn th ma -ket
siain, and the weather being f.irorable and some dcalera ex
citaole, a further adrajce was established In prices. One or two
sales were made r shade lielow but the bulk of the trantas
turns were at G to SC2.1S, ltcluded in which ware SUO head, de
liverahle from the 15th to the 2ib of Dacemhcr, at 50., and 1 CuO
l.eaJ.avs-agioglftJ tiVUJ f,s vr-Ucarlila thsday at iOilSJ at
I IV, and (tie mare: closed 4rm at this fiirure for lots averaging
i;ob 1J, t, wiih hcklers mtstly faking SO 3 and It was rumoru)
ate this afternoon that the last named fiiure bvi been paid for a
lot averaging Si- tit. We did not trace the rumor, but such was
the tendeocy of the market thate.t was not hard to believe ths
repoit. There was an aitivedeinanl for mess pork, with salee
-f lUOJbolsia lo-.jon the ipot a". Jlj.10. For Janutry aud Feb
uiry delivery $16 was prttty fr.ely offered, buthoUers askec
$ lo 5J1? A'kjuI 4.000 pieces green shoulder, and sides sold
at4,'i5c, andG;iTc. Ilams closed firm at 8c. Thera was a
good demand for buik meat, withaa.es cf 150 hhds Sbould'rs
10 to 15 days in salt at Sc and 30 do sldts at Tfc, packed.
Two cr three parties "oornortd" old bacon, by purchasing all the
outside lot? in ihe market, st 'a'jC for ahiu'ders and a'o for
sfei.' An'ac'Jnal count rgaken tnestrck ?97 Rhus, which ia now
heid at a material advance 8 and like are ths fl fares talked
about. Lanl wasbeld at 10c for bbt aud He for acg, but there
was no lnqury.
The Louisville Courier says the total number of hogs killed
at that place this season up to the 39th inst , amoanta .to- 59.CC2
The Louisville Journal says that Wheat advanced 8c durirg
the week ending the Scth inst,, atd a further advance of 2c Is re
ported on the -:h, prime JtM nn' WhJ'e . fing quoted at 91.10
1.S0; Corn ijad advance to 50c per qushel .
a Cipcintati or, the Stfth, prime Red and White Wheat wis
quoted at $1.1531.23 and Corn at 4VS46c pef bushel.
At St. Louis on the 2dih Corn was quoted at 4o3l9c for prime.
Markets r Telerrrapli.
New Yorx, Nov 33. Flour aivance4 4 cents. 5S05 25.
Corn advanced 12 cental sales 4,000 bushels old yellow 91c.
Pork buoyant, 316 1S,'.
ClscuraaTi, Nov. 3. Flourjllrm; ealej 2,100 bbls f5 035
13. Whisky, sale 1,003 bbla at-2i;-ie. Core firm, 4:!c. Mers
Pork-,sales3,C00bbIs$137JSlG. Lard ltc. Coffee ll,'. Su
Nnv- 0Rax. Nov. 30 Cotton sales to-day 18,000 bales.- ad
vanced H on FalrlO'X!! for average lists Sales yesterday
w re 23,01.0 bales instead of 20,000 hales, 5,000 being suppressed.
Mess Tork buoyant;advanced 23 cents, 315 75. Freights alight
ly advanced, New York sight exchnge discount.
Nr.iv Yoxifj "V- 3 ".Cotton dulls sales to-day lXfp bales.
Iliijdl'ng OrleansHc. Srjgar f(rm; Orleins fS 5-18,. JIq-la'ssei--
Orleans, new, declined l(2 cents.
I'oreisrii Iflarkclii by TclcjrrnpU.
Nny Yorx, Nov. 311. Per iteilwir Jutipa. Ltvmroor,,
Noy. 10. COTtox Sale of (he vreek 4.4,000 bales, of which
speculators took 100 and exporters 4000 bales- Lower quail
ties irregular and generally lower. Iloldersa'epreaslngon the
the market. Fair and Middling qualities improved. Market
dull. Breadstuffs dull, but firm. Provisions dull.
Cotton sales Friday .'COO bales, closimr dull, Orleans F.Ir77,,
Middling"?;, Mobile Fair 7,, Middling 7 3-.fi. Upland Fair 7 V
Middling 0J,. Sales Saturday C,C0O bates. Stock at Liverpool
414,000, of which 70,600 bales are A-xrr'can.
Manchester advices favorable, market firm . '
Consols W5.9G1;. Bnlltanin the Bant of England Increased
30,000 poandi. Money market generally unctaijgeJ.
)i', m- Cotton sales of the week S3O0 bales, market quiet,
alviicel iV. Fur Otleant Tree Ordinarie, U7f Eas 115f.
St ck at Havre i3,C00 bales.
Plaulntion Boots and Sliois,
Double aud Single Sole Brogans, Donblo
Of all sorts for Meu and, Women,Jit low prices, for caahby
4.' Cllezr Street.
RESPECTFULLY announces to her old friends and custo
mers, that she (a still to be found at 53 College streol,
(over McClelland'a where, nsjng the
Howe Scuins laclilricsij
she I5 p.repred to dp bsndeomcr npd better work thac ever before.
Dre.s making, and stiuhlag of all kinds done in the best manner.
GKOCKUIES ASD LIUCOUS.
E have this day received, and wilt sell low, the followlcj
UKUCiSKIES and biyuons, ic. :
3JQ bags Dai;' Coffee.
45 bbls Crushed Sugar,
25 do Powdered do
33 kegs Bal. Golden Syrup,
2Q-'i bbls do do
100 doz Brooms,
10 casks Cospac Brandy,
5. do Port Wine.
S da Sherry do
5 do Madeira do
15 do Sweet Malaga,
75 bbls Brandy,
40O o Oysters,
.0 do J. Ii. Smith's vtnisxy,
1(10 do quart & half gal Fickle, 100 do ptirsKya
50 do Pepper Sauce.
59 do 01 J Bourbon
30 do Tomato Catsup,
50 do Fr-1'1 Peaches,
33 do Pie Fruits, assorted,
100 bxs Candy,
100 do bxs & X bxs Raisins,
100 do Chee e,
2i 0.000 Havana Cigars,
50,000 Cuba Sixes do
SS do Holland Gin.
100 do Tennessee Vthliky,
40 do Newsom's Tenn. do
10 do Rao,
!'i legs Lemon Cordial, .
25 do Ginger Brandy,
23 do Ginger Wine,
50 bbls Lincoln Whisky,
00 bxs Tobacco, all brands.
50 do Robertson County do
'or sale very low at Noa. 13 and It Market Stre-t.
rcvlU a HUGH McCREA Sc CO.
Buckskin Skirts) and Drawer.
APDPPLY of best quality, and a few of second ra e. received
and for sale hy octfl J. IT. Meg ILL.
Heating' aud Cooking; stores.
ISTK tare a rail supply, of all the best patterns, which vr
VV will sell cheap.
octll MACKENZIE & MINCHIN.
Corn nnd.AVUeat. .
1WILL pay the hlght .Srfet prlca for Cora' and Wheal 4
'llverea at tho City Mills. 8. Nt HOLLINGSWORTM,-";
BY TELEGR APH.
f Frotii Cbariestoxvii. " "
Ciiarlestown, Va., Nov. 29. Governor TTise is
sued a proclamation nnnouncirisr tliat tlie Statu risil
taken possession of the Winchester and Poto
mac railrear, and that on the first, three days of
Tl,w.,....l. :. ..:! (. .. 1 .: 1 r
vcvuuwi:i in. ui oc uccu uuuiirajr iur miiiiarw pur
poses. He also warns tlie petple,of the.State to re
main at home cn patrol duty on the day of the exe
cution, to protect their own property.
Women and children will not be permitted to ap
proach the scene of execution, and strangers are
cautioned that there -will 3e danger to them in ap
proaching Ciiarlestown, or near it on that day ; that
if it is deemed necMsary martial law will be pro
claimed and be enforced.
General Taliaferro lias also issued a proclamation
to-day, at n mncinjj that all strangers, who caunot
give a saMfactory account of themselres, will be
promptly arrested ; that all strangers approaching
Charlestown or otherwise, under pretext of wit
nessing the execution of John Brown, will be met
by the military and turned back, or arrested. He
also emphatically warns the people of the county to
stayArtt home and protect their.prpptrtr, assuring
them that information from reliable sources indicates
that by so doing:, they will best consult their own
interest?, sererai reporters ot the .Northern di-ms
having arrived at Harper's Furry yesterday, were
compelled by the military to retrt'rn to Baltimore.
It is said that Brown stated to a gentleman yester
day, that he had now no hope ot a rescue, on ac
count of the extent of the military preparations,
and that his boys woiild never haye permitted hU
execution if there was a'ny prospect of an attempt
at rescue pr-qvinE successful.
Tlie niilitarr now in Ciiarlestown numher nver 1--
300. Several mqre companies will be here to-mor
row, swelling tho number to 2,000.
From W'ualiin jrlon..
TVashlnctox, Xov. 2D. isevcral Virginia military
companies passed through ashington tins niQrmng,
on their way to Ciiarlestown. T'tey aye oxnectwl
uicrcii) mp iitujiiug tfii. r.;very wail iirtngn
The Navy Denartment' has recfivwl ilesnaplirS
from Coramander' Porferiring full rrarticlaTo?
his recent dealings with Governor Tosfjuier a,t
Guaymas. Tlcy arc in acpavdwoo with XwV re
cently puhlsh.wf. I is Vfl knft'"n.' however, how
lar t'unt. Pqrterj's fonnct wH be justiflcd by
the Administration, as it does not seem to be clear
as yet that he had a risht to demand the actin? con-
sul,Mr. Alden, should ho be recognised In that ca
Forplcn Per Mteatuor Itobemian.
Nkw-Yohk. Nov. 29. Thff Iiondbn Times hava the
feeling In France against EnghtniTIs rrioro bitter than
it has been since 1815. and chanies tho Government
of France with directly encouraging it. It alsosays
bnglanil mut havo a better understandtnir on tho
subject of the Duchies than Wale wski given, before
she ought to take part in the European Congress.
lito tari Uouray is dead.
The enrollment of 30,000-,naval reserve force com
mences in Knghtnd n tho first of Jnnta vy.
a senoui mutiny opcurreu mioara tiio ahtn of
the line "I'lineeas Royal,' at Portsmouth. One
hundred men were placed in irons.
r kaxck. 1 no rays says aa extraordinary credit
of thirty million francs will be devoted to the Chi
The London Xews. Star and Post condemn tha
Times article on the war feeling in France. The
Possavs. it is a wicked and wanton alarm to ex
cite the blood of, t)ic nation.! i ' f i
pplicationscxc1;ccl the avfraeelleniand." Funds on
Tuesday declined one eighth to one-quarter under
unfavorable forebodings, but rallied and closed at
one-sixteenth above the Quotations of the Drevious
day. Money rate 2 tp 2.
Instructions have been received from tte French
Government at Alexandria, not to intarfere with the
Suez Canal Company.
lgenat at loulouse has failed, with liabilities
amounting to eight millions of francs..
v R.VSCB tt neat jr,a t 'our sUvaneed.-
Pakis Rentes TQf.
Buoncampagne enters at once unon the duties of
Regent of Central Italy.
mere are UonU'lutrnmora of a Ministerial crisis
at Turin on tho Regency question.
tlie ram correspondent ot the London JleraM
says that Austria, at tho last hour, positively refused
10 sign tne instrument ot peace, if Uavignau accep
ted the Regency of Central Italy. There are C,0d0
cnttians :n the armyxf Centraliltalva- ' x. IS
SPAL-.j-ThenanLsb&fcir with w
plying the Moors with weapons and iitstriy-nsttyirn.
in the use thereof. Actiye- upcpiiration; a,re making
A telegraph line between Cenfct and Aleiers is
a,' ut constructii g. The I.jntlon Post says the at.
ion of Prussia on the Ha;e Cassel Question in i
or of icst jring the coasiitution, is a most emphat'r
r cognition to support popular Government and Na
tl ma; r;."lits in uif .nany.
rr.io.su. iiortsnacort. dv -a -circular, intimates
that 1 e'.ther Russia or Prussia will supKirt the pn-
ject 01 me uanan uonietieratuin.
Katihcatioas ot the treaty will be exchanireil at
Zurich on the 21st.
France has issued an invitation to the Powers who
signed the treaties and the three Italian Rulers, to
to attend tho Congress.
Hie attitude of the trench and Enalla presi u
laily becoming more warlike, Tlo Tunes calls on
Xapoh-tin to put Hend to, the supene, ,. im
The Cangrf'aVl4 expeeietV.toimettat. Parrs?b,utuir
datekmehtwne-- X. "
Tlie London Society of Arts has inaugrAe J
movement for a grea,t exhibition in j$Ui2.
The Paris Bourse was. stoaity. Jfcv'ten Cf; M
Napoleon opposes Biutncatapagne suwing tho
Reg ucy of Cent: Italy.
It is reported that Garibaldi hits resianod the com
mand of the army of Central Italy and joineil the
Scandinav ia.n,arrrij'. g
' KosiortUe take'CItr: A
St. Loro. Xov. 50. The steamer " Itke City'"
burned on the Arkansas and sunk. She was in-mr-cd.
Her cargo is badly damaged.
iVashkoton. Nov. 30. Senator Douglas, $m.4wfe.
leave for Florida on ths 1 2th PeccraVer ty tha aV
vice of their phjcjary ' "
.. . i The nirer; .
taOcraWi,jNoj. 30. Tfie' rifer is falling slowly,5
vrim ata. icirfc uiu iuciivs vtutcriu uicwucai.
The commercial pressure at St. Petersburg is in
tense. The rate of discount has advanced to HJ.but
later advices say the pressure is abating and rates
St. Locis, Nov. 29. A vein of horri-bl.ejy rati;
has been discovered in southcastern Missouri,
which ie belie tk1 Will -jUilO" 810,000 per ton. : As
says arc making.
The river is receding slowly, with seven feet
water to Cairo.
Arrival of the Europa.
Nkw Yowc, Nov. 30. The steamer Kuropa lias
arrived at Halifax with Liverpool dates of the 13th.
Tlie uteamere Kangaroo, Persia' and Ocean Ojiew,
TVew and Unrivalled
The mesl Kf ficneions Remedy for tne
Head now in Use.
This preparation has gained considerable reputation In this
locality, having bees uaedwlth thenost snccesafal and gratify
ing reaults'by quite agoodIynnmDerof the cTtliens of Nashville
end vicinity, who will unhesitatingly tnstain us ia the exrelleat
qualities we claim for this new remedial agent: Eraoviixz'q,
Hail. Toxic restores Ue hair to its original color, promote 1U
growth, arrests its falling off, lemoves dandrnff, and; speedily
cures all diseases of the scalp. The proprietor could ersily 11 a
column with cards tifim. (u,r. hrs known citizens, certifying to
tha great restorative and cleansing properties of the preparation,
but does not deeta su.ca a, coarse on his part at all necoaury.
Those who give it one trial need no furtker preaf to ssUsiy them
that it Is what It I. repreaantcd to he.
Sold at the DrugStor of
DEMOVILLK 4 CO.,
Corner of Church and Cherry streets,
Ala-) by W. W. BGRRT t DBNOTILLE, & EWIN, TEX DLE
TOHteCO., . - ----- a- rijfe. AngS4y1
(UNION AND AMERICAN BLOCK )
COUNKK CJ5.trilOU A: OlICRRV STHCLTS
if i. kit n
Drugs, Medicines, Surgical Xnttrnerits,
Fav3?y ArticlcK, &c.,
A flee lot of
DISSECTING OASES, Just received,
COEOGNES, of variodi styles andtterns, 1'' i -XIAIB
BKVSIJES, assorted kinds,
Tqq'U Erus. lie, Nail Brnalie,
TIOaIAUKS and Halt; Oils, of various patterns, Puff Boxes,
JT Fine Shell Dressing anil fine Combl, Card Caves, Port
M cnaies, Lnbln's Extracts, assorted kinds. Bachelor's Halt Bye,
Bay Knm, Toilet Powders, together with many other articles too
numercus to mention, which wt are selling aa tho most reason
able terms. U15110VILLK & CO.
JVSl XECETTED EY
Saxe'sKew Poem Money King.
A Good Fight, by Ckarles Xeade;
Gold Foil By Timothy TIteruib:
The Minister's Wooing By Mrs Biore:
Carolina 'ports Bv Hon William Xlliott,
Woman A'tute By Mrs Ellet,
Sword and Gown Author of Gay Livingston.
Btyard Taylor". Travels at Home and Abroad,
Mabel ; or, Heart liiatoriea a tale of Truth.
A Buckeye Abroad By 8imuet.8 Cor,
Life In Tuscany, fro a the London Edition,
Tho Corn tr Cupboard 1100 engravings,
Morality and the State By SNalb.
A Ussbiry of the Georges, Kings of anglandSmqeker,
BeHlalw.By AigRita J KTans.of Mobi"e, Ala.
Adam Bede-By George Klllott.
A LSf3 for a Life By Joha Ballfas,
The Old Stons Mansion,
Liuie Glenn, ....
The above list or nevpablleatlon will ha sold at thepnllaher's
prices. . .- -
Harper's Hagasint for Decensbcrjti i
"Letlie's Vagaiine and Gazette cf Fashion,
- flody's Lady' Beok, -
Petei-aot's iUgaaian, Jut received bv
!Tft , JOHI, lOBK k, CO.
IN A BAY OR TWO.
OF THE 3IOST IMnFCL
WITnODT CUTTING Olt JPAE"V,
Hundreda of Testimonial from the most
prominent citizens of lfashrllle may be
eetx bT favoring Dr. EAEEVG -avitli a call.
39 PUBLIC SQUARE,
TIUIEE DOOUS BELOW CEDAR ST.
ItrAKE HA V WIU i;KTII EKSCN SlIIXES.
ON Saturday morning. lOoVlsek, 31 Dec we will sell only
to close, prkea not considered ail no reserve, the fallow
lag articles : , . --.- -Li
2 Pair new elegant Sociables, C Marble top Parlor Tables,
ooiu, riaia .ru aaoies,
Id Assorted Bedsteads.
a Iaue jpj,
S Kitchen Tables,
-I Bo-k Cases,
3 Secretaries,. ,
3 Stereoscopie Views,
S Enclosed Wsshstandi,
3 Ass t 'Heuoarilj,
10,10 Ass't Cigars,
31 Boxes Ground Pepper,
30 Smoking Tobacco.
48 te:s ass't Chairs,
10 Ats't Wardrobes,
SMa't Kocklng Chairs,
i Asa't Child's Cribs,
jO Breakfast Talles,'
( tt U l,:ni. 41
2 " Extenrion "
8 Towel Racks,
And many other goods not-enumerated. .-.i
ITARtT BBOTnKP.3, Agents,
Bov39tf SaU-Rocm 4-2 Public Square. ,
'-'-The Finest- '
4 ir stj'
Has Just been received at .
J. IV. LANGEET'S.
B. H. Wilhs, et. al. vs Elizabeth C Childress, et.
IK pursuance of a decree or the County Court o( Davidson
coanty.rendered at the October term, li59,In the above cause,
I will offer for saleat thecourt houae InN.ahvilleen Qatun:ay,
the 31 day of Peceal-er neat,ahoaeand lot rf grc-ind on High
Street, in ths Southern part of the dty or Nashville. The lot
fronts Aty, feet on the Kast sids of ssld stree. anl ions back
aboatSODfeet to the Tennessee and Alabama Kail road. Th
house la a good brte,wlth air rooms and la Inlrood repair. This
property lain the fre territory. a-d I exempt from all taxes;
itbelcuta ta the eiute of Catharine tTillia, dee'd., and is sold to
pay debts of thj etate and for distribution among the heirs.
Tzsms A credi: of one and tao years with Interest will be
given, eietptiorthesum of JliX), forwhicha note at sixty days
well eniorsed and payable In bank will be required, and a hen
willberetainedtosccnrethepaynentof said no' rs For furth
er particulars call on Nance t Woodward
F. K OnEATHAM.O.tM.
E. R. Guscocs, Acctioner. oct3d-dld
O V 11 V la A G .
Hoist, host I our flag to heaven's breexe,.
Let every fold Boat hlch.
Unfold its banner everywhere,, , t
i I iUilUI
ti!A v .
AcneaLiiuie western lay
, In war, let every stripe go forth,
Borne ly the patriot's hand, .
Proclaim Us bendy and Its worth.
O'er moor and hilivid strand.
12 peace guard we 11 the sacred boon,"
Bequeathed by patriot's blood.
For oh t 'twas wou In freedom's cause,'
Amid the battles flood.
: Hoist , hoist, our Sa a to heaven's breese,
Let every fold float high, - , , a
Unfurl its banner everywhere.
Beneath the westrra sky.
Hoist, hoirt, our flngiu Art's great reign.
Let every star flua: higher, .- .mvG 1-
; Above the talleatspjr '
' Let reanesseans every wkeco--
t Lsi' avciy biitear.,nl,
Know where a y of nature's made, j
Where every tyi is found.
' Atareoarairntrt (iaCjry, i'1r&'Sil
And underneath Its foil 1 preside,
7asbea3tJul-tWe brave . -
The child tae paisnt patriot strt
The wirrior without strife,.
F.est3 here. In sweetest portral tirs
With every charm but lire.
, Then'ralseourrannerU thsaky t
, " " Let every star betnewa
I That types ar tha Art Gallery,
t . " -
r S. t .. t
- . . a -
E Aremaaeoyu. ii. iiuuilliis,
faM.t-dAcwir Cnmrr nt C.;.'Tt apd TTBten sat.
ntooLuic of FAsnroks,
j a,sn dulxx w
Snts, Ca,ps a.rt r.utlleO rrs,
5 , 3 PUBVS C SSQ UAItK,
I'tJBS'jrDKSl! FUISfS'!?' FiS!!!i
Tbe Season for 5FuTi'i ajaproachius I
Is now prepa ed to exhibit to the Ladies of aahville and vicin
tTabrautifuIselerllon of FCItS, consi.tineof Jiink.Slonc liar
ten, Mountain Maarten. Lynx, Rojal Enaice, Hudson BaySa'
ble.and all other Furs fnr.gentlenien a.-vrchjlJrea,-all IetV3ilu
. ,1 n.'l. Ih-, , f..l l. .V.Tan... -
i Hatter ami Furrier,
i octa Wo. 23, Public Square, Nnaliville,
Our Autumn Style uf lUoloskiuTllats!
1 . . . . '. Jaf
New Strles of Frenclt lints, Jc,at Isyjortil iChiK'
aren's nau it 11 11 i;npi,Tinsr siyie i.auio Jtl.
dint; Hats', all ready tor inspection atthe FMhionable Hat
and Fur store or IfEAXOlSCO,
octa Pftb jquue.
. URADA.S. " C. SOUOLT1.
Bit A DAS & SCIIOLTZ,
Crniily IHannfaciuvcrs, sf,
Importers a-ad Wholesale Jiealers la
AliEICITVDS of FOUEIGJi FRUITS, CICAKS
UqUQRSQJtaCRTllES, &c, ta,
11 Street, four doors below 1
i IiOCISVlEEE, KESTOCKT.
ACESTS FOR II. E. STYLES'
Superior FrcsU Ifaltimore Can Oyurs,
Oysters forrhipmentpacked teenrely InTce, ind. all, goods tie
li vera! to Nashville Depot free of charga"
tMORE TO EEAfiMiRED TBA2T TUX
R I C SI Fa S T 9IADEIII
E YE R
Worn by Kings or Hinp'ror
IVlirat! Wnr a. Ocautiful Head of Hair.
BECAUSE Itls the oraaaiein Gjd Ulmid proviilM for all
our raw. Reader, although the rose may bloom ever so
bngbtly In the glowing cheek, the eye be ever so sparkling, ths
testh be. those ot pearls, If tho head is bereft of Its covering, or
the hair be snarled and shriveled, iarsl and dry, ar worse itlll.
If sprinkled with gray, nature will loae half her charms. Prof.
WooC's Hair Restorative, If used two or three times a week, will
restore and permanently secure to all, such an ornament. Read
the 'ollowing and Judge. Ths writer is the celebrated Pianiii,
lallerg: ' '
Da. Wood: Nrw Your, April W, 1333.
Dear Sr Perjitme to express, to you the uUlg&t&as I tua
under for the entire restoration of my hair to its original color
about the tixe ot my arrival In ths lni:ve' SLiies it was rapidly
becoming gray, bu tupoia the applicatin of your 'lUrr'Bestoia
tive" It recovered It origmaj bus. I osjMt your Restorative
as s very wondcrfu.1 Inven.ion, quite eXcacious as well as
agreeable. . ' ' I am, dear sir, yours tfulyr " '-
, , Welsh I'ewspjperofbci:, :kNa5aa st., Apr;il3.i':i8..
Psor O. J. Wood : It.jr Sir Some moutli or aix weeks ao
I receivd a 5ottIe of yourlliir Retoratititgaveit my wife,
whocoucluital to try it on her hair, i(tt!e tfcinWg at the tin;
that It would restore the gray hair te its original coldr,bnt to her
as well as my surprise, an-rafw weeks' trial It has performed
that worerf Jl effect ot turning Ui the gray hairs to a dark diowbv
at the tame time bemtljiag and thiekenin the hair. I strongly
recommend the abov; Reatozatrre to all rerson In want of such a
caagehof ttelrhtir. CHARLES CARBEW. '
Ksw VdaS, July i3, 1MT.
Bsa. 0. 3. Wood: With eoradinee do I reconsiend yon
ntlr Restorative, as being the moat elBeaci-juj article reversals
Since using your Hair Restorative my Lair and whiskers which
were almost white bare gradually grown Hrk: and I nc,y fel
confident that few more applications will restore thorn lo their
nitnral color. It also has rellevedae of all cUnrun and un
pleasant ltchi, so common among per ona who. perspire freely-
3 .G. KILBT.
Pur. Wood About two jesrs ago my bal; cocime-.ced faJUng
off and turning gray; I was fast becoming ba'.d, and had triad
nuny remediastonj eifcV tcosjmenced using ycuy Restora
tive in January laai. A few applications fasteneil my hair firmly,
It began to fill up, grow ouv, and turned back ta iU former co!&r
(black). 'At this time It a tully restored to Its original color,
health, and appearance, and I cheerfully raewamenJ iu use to alL
The Beatorative Is put up la bottles of 3 sixes, viz i Urge, as
dics and small; the small holds a a pint, and re tails for one
dollar per bcMe: the indium holds at least twenty per cent, more
in proportion thA the aivall, retails for two dollars par bottle;
the large holds a quart, forty per cent, more is proportion, ai
retailed for 93.
O, J. WOOD OO , Proprietors, 313 Boadway,NewTbr!r,(ln
the great N. T. Wire RaiUcg KitailiihmontJ and 1 M Market hi,
gt. louis, Ho.
And Sold by all good Druggists and Fancy CI cols Dealers.
Extra Fine Sugar.
TTTTE have juatrecelred, direct frrtn New Orleans. 37 hhds'
VV of strictly choice cngar, decUedly fi beat now in mar
ket. This lot of Si gar has bees repacked the hugaheida are
ull,snd In mast excellent shipping order.
MIZELL, nOOPER b. CO.,
.5 gos.Cand8Marset Street.
lost. : 3
YESTERDiT morning, a Eudy'a Gold Anchor
Watch, wjth the name of Edward Far re, Bra. d street
and the No. 930G ic-ite-a Gold Chain, Locket. Key and Pis
were attached. The Watch was lost 00 the Public Square griit
Its vicinity. The finder will be suitably rewarded by Uavicr
at the Bookstore, So., College street.
PCBE BOUUIIOi WIlISKi".
W: have on hand about 2C barrels of PURE OLDBOtFR.
BON WHI3Ky, wych, ue wiUwarrant to he rorsiTiai.
OM.aiad thellneatia uie aute. ".are anxious to clnre Rout
and would be glad If. those waattn? something reailr fin m.i
good would giv ia a'calL CARtER, WILSFOui f ico
- - 1 nirvex
PfllME OLD JAVA AND MOCI1A CO! k'EB
a largo lot at very reduced prices. 11
BUSHKLS Peeled Dried Peaches-new crojtrasds. very,
superior artiele, to arrive to-nay fron. GlaTasdfer
Noa. a and 8,'Marktt StrJOt.
HAHFER'S "TIAAZa?T,Ior BECE.TIBKK
Fever and Ague,
from Tvhici. rnankind suffer erer a large part of the
elobe. is the MBserraence of a diseases action in the
altera, induced br the poisqnoa'? miasjo of Tegetable
' decay. This exhalation is ivolred by the acticn of solar?
heat on wet soil, and. rises witu the -wateri Taper from,
if. "Whila. the Son is below the horizon thk. -vapora
lineers near the earth's surface, aad the Tims is taken
,?ritii3. through, the lung? into the blood. There it acta, -as
an irritating poison on the internal viscera arnl ex
creting organs of the body. The liver beromes torpid
and tails to secrete- not only this virtu, bat also the bua
from the blcsiLr Both the virus and the bfle accnronlate
ia.the circulation, and-prochmr vrolfnt constftutional
disorder. The spleen, th kidneys, and the stomach,
rmpathize iviththe..liriiraa4 c-3Jaio disQidered also.
rinAlly, the instinct of our organism, as if in an attempt
to expel the noxious infusion, coneerttrsxes the Tfhoia
uebdcZJhe body in the: internal excretorics to forco
thera to tart it out. The blood leavi-i the Eurface, and
rushes to the central organs with congestive -violence.
This is the CHXIX. But in. this effort it fails. .Then the
Fever follows, in which the blood leaves the central
organs and rushes to the surface, as if in another effort
to expel the irritating poison throagh, that ether great
excretory the skin. In this also it tails, and the sys
tem abandons the attempt exhausted, waiting for the
recoreTy cf strength to repeat thehopeleas effort another
day. These are the fits or rjroxysrns of Frmit AXD
Aove. Such constitutional disorder will of course un
dermine the health if it is not rcn.oved.
Wa haTe labored to find, and have found, an antidote,
Ayer's Ague Care,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in the blood,
and stimulate: the liver to expel it from the body. As
it should, so it dues cure this afflicting disorder with
perfect certainty. And it does more, or ratLer does
what is of more service to those subject to thi infection.
If taken in season it expels it from the systna as it is
absoroed, and thus keep those who use it free front its
attacks; keeps-the system in health al-hough exposed
to the disease. Consequently it nc; only cures, bus
protects from, the pre-t variety of affection which art)
induced by this malignant influence, such as Itemittcnt
Fever, Chill Fever, llamb, or Masked Ague, Periodical
Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bilious Fevers, 2en- -ralgia.
Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness. Toothache, Ear
ache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpi rations, Painful Affections,
of the Spleen, Hysterics, Cotic, Paralysis, and Painful
Affections of the Stomach and Bant Is, ail 0 which,
when arising from, this cause, will be found to asscma
more or less the intermittent type. This " Aatrs
Cms" removes the cause of these derangements, and,
cures the disease.
This tit accomplishes by stimulating the ezcretorias
to expel thetirus from the system; and these organs
by degrees become habited to do this their office of their
own accord. Hence arises what we term acW imatatieiu.
Time may accomplish the same end, but often life is not
long enough, or is sacrificed in the attempt, while this
" Aacc Cube " does it at cace. and with safety. "Wo
hare great reason to believe this U a surer as well as
safer remedy fir the whole class of diseases which ar
caused by the miasmatic infection, than any otherwhica,
has been discorercd ; and it has still another important
advantage to the public, which in, that it is cheap as
well as good.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.i
Prick Oke Dollar per Bottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of every
variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that it is en
tirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its
virtues, wherever it has been employed. As it has long
been in constant use throrghout this section, we neeii
not do more than assure the people its quality is kept
up to the best it ever has been, and that it maybe relied
on to do for their relief all it has erer been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL TrlE.HIBPOSES OF A PURGATIVE UEOiClNL
Fob Costtvexbss ;
For the Curb or Dtspbpsu, ;
For Jaundice ;
For tux Cure or Imhoestiox;
For the Cure or D-raEwTEaxi ;
For a Foci. SroitAca ;
For the Core or Ertsctetjls
For the Piles ; - - -
For the Ccrr or ScBorutAi .
j..Foa au. ScEOirtoas Complaint?
For the Cotie op Epetm.tism;
For Diseases of the Skex ;
For the Ccre or Liter Com-urNr:
- Fon Dropsy; '
For the Ccre or Tettbe, Texors and Saw
!-' ' For'Woiuis;
t SasVi,''--J?OTt THE CtTRE OP QoOT; -
Foa a Dixxer Pill ;
For. the Curb or Ki RixeeA;
Foe PcRimso the Hismo.
Thcyiare sxtgariated, so that the most sensitive can
take them plea wit tiy, and betas i1'? rssietaMe, na
harm can a rue fnxn their ue ia any quantity.
Trice 23 cents per So? ; Five bexea for SI 00.
Great numbers of Ckrirvuien, FhTricisns, Statesmac.
and errunentpersoaages. nave lent her nam; to cer
' tifeimjaialleled usefulness of these resnediev, but
mirspac n ere will not permit the ifiserttoa of thra.
TJgnl3 below named furmsh grata our AatB&lOAX
Ai.it.iNAr, in which they are tivn ; with also fatll de
' scrip tiom of tioHabave civhtlaiafes astd tha-treatment
' that should be folio wnl ior their cure.
Do not be put aS by unpriBcipied dealers with other
: preparatioua they make more pratk oa. Demand
' Ayer's, and bike no others. Toe niek want the besw
' aid there is for them, and they should hare it.
AU our Kerncdxs are fw sale by
JO. O. fiROTTN Sl EYAN3," v, .
and BERRY t UEMnvlLLE, (
II F. ITARX3WORT1I tCOSInp"uv
JOSoM at retail by nil Druxxists tarsuceut tlu 8ooth aaj.
est. wt 14 d.hvatSm.
Before takius. after takinr.
Tlie erratfat Renaxt ta tb worW. Thta rorlal
la ilMUW I (rua nUrry Lirawn ouly to mva4f, aais
cboaiiraUj; curJiiu1 vrttla suaut cf Ih meat tatoaM
ntlMiialaala. ty-Unu4 lauks kunwn ta lh uJVtJ
&r man. vh. : ltLoou Rir, Iujuk Jtuar. 'n
t'urjv-.r Bass, Ylnaun IKmk. Bixhlim Sjastr.
axitxa. Euich Funsss. uirt. ohn. pummh; th
IDWt luriCtiU rrorav Ijt tW- rrMwmtaec bcaltB,
errrltnatiu. UU natarv'i own muMay.niHdK iln
' eafe Hy iiatiual Is. 1. WIhh, laUt, its Bikincw is.
rett e"ursins tliroogu na; vwa uf Hm- Ij, yarUyx
is; aa-i acceteratui' tin, cicUliu .f lb kiWt. i
. nentraliM. any UUooa auiitr m, atwnuli. nu2
ctrrnbfti tbir whole wvtolaata.
MeLEAH'S aTMHaiHENISQ COEDIAl
tlVEU CGMPtAlST. DVSPtrsiA. JACXDlflSC;
CUrpnlcor rVrrvon TebiIitT, Iliaer.ar
or the Kiilurya. unit nil I)icnr
n-i-.ln from n Z-or JcreU Liver
ITMrttxirn, Inward Pi! Acidtty or Sieknw of tha
gnxoack, Vnllnma of Bkral t . tbe Head, Iru.1 Tab) ar
Swlmirin- it. th 'law, ra'pitatior. of t Ilwrt.
Follwn or Vil,t In the Stuijiach, Sour ICrneurieji
ClmUnz or Stiffoeattnr- rortlne wkra lyloj taaa.
' DrjuM or Youes or th Stlt and ,"tm, yTjbv
Sata, Inwanl Tmr.Vzln rn tbe Small of UuBatar.
Cht or Stl, .'m! len Fluihf, of Ilent, Orfraaatan at
Eplrita, TrKihtAt. i)reamv, Lnnsw. Psaptsaer
any Nervous DUraao, Soros ..r Mutch on the Sinv
a-Hl Vvr n.l Agrw ( Cam and IVtrl It wl
also cnradkra-tHi of tlis IHadfr aw Vwn.b, unit a.
Seminal . WViISnMa, Incontinmcc of lTrfn. StTJ4(.
piarr. Inrivnmation or '.Vmswss tt th Vtab at
THERE 15 NO MISTAKE ADOUT IT
. ThUlVirUat vcUtjuraer itSi t.airaaHy td the bor
diaewa, if takra as frr lUrrrtioas oa eaeu Lottla, in
0rniannsU.4 and IYhjcL.
OVER A MI-LION OF BOTTLES
Tlaia-lMia aol.1 (WW thhnt air mmtlM, sl ta
n fnibnnt, lia.lt J-'ld Iu xivbaa; vntira tataLVtfou.
I Who, thfn.wntairr ' frr. umx i- r (h4,Uj. v Uea.
llcL aji"i lri;njrthaDg.Oardial wilt rare rear
Ii.. toi vhli lo h bnltlir al ttnm? ata,t
one, and cvt some of IrLeaB's fpMt(. tX vjQ,
atn-n-tlin and fnvJcerat THtirwholv vtan.capath
a hralthrand iDirnrirentitivn of Mued tedar tlmmVu,
very a a In, and th rtXi, rwy Moaaa cf heattli to.
mount to ,Toi!r cltcb acaln.
Eicrjr Lottl ia Harrao:cd lo rive. ah&tct Ian. a
tV mj to .reuts. if vou- t-biMrra ana sscttr, fBTa.
or amist-tiiith marjajala pwrnlcat avanaijtrMMral,
civo tlu3 n snout )Miitr ot HthH, .vHL f ji
it I1I raak tliwii Imhhy. tat, aant moml. Tnktx
ot auniHurlry lt,ail juttvlli SvaroBshd. '
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAItfi.
1 Uacrins. H,srr oT drna-rv ilwh 1 1 wl mav
trv to imIhi njm jroa mt Rnt-r jt rsaniaora1t Cwb..
liieli thy eaii buy tViarfi. I,y tI.- tt ii Imii aa
gol. Amoid snah BjMt Ak tor f'i:Lroar Swrt!i
niS CurliaLaRl nki hint It ttQMry
rruiMly tl' w i iurK, tbo blood IrwniMy, ai)t
liieraiu tibia MraDxihan th in.
Ui9 tK-WJlifiil taln m m mdait. ttsvlbK. fi.
a wria,- sxeaxittva s.v roofer. iTnRi asaia Sf.-x.
Y llo F . , . r aaij y-wm a. Ji Mym hj
I rrieaonljSji jef laltK t tk tir
3. K HehtAlt.
v ijoto 1'rot rirHH atlaajti)sai)it.
McLEAH'S V0LCA1J1C KS OTfTMEHT.
f , , TuaB!; Lix'xcm y r ik wssxav
TnVTotr anfe and rot for wt. r'pv
Ttuao-Mrv ASmss, and Hnmtixi a altr. ?ar .fy.
sir, "tntr&fxia. "IsValiuMi Mk 5rwa CUsjaur or
luJiAntnrtM r IKwoaklltwik, Stiffwv of Ow Jar- a-,
Uoutrsw.1 Masai a w I.fcamt, JteTKlw or T..ih
athe, iiiwaBw, mtnitu, r.miaK ytnii t'lrre,
l"v aa tVlwd Hr!'. Slssh - Burst.
ECKldjalor Ttuoat, or aey IuHHftrio or Paihs, sja
diflssaoae bo" ssrw, r hnav (onr ttm iltm. tit.
tiv ritd.cr inLtai'i. CsOAfEO IiaWMK.-riT
. ftcyin rumolyj
TVnmt of hmnan Wnra ha. r ltn swrsd n, Hf
cf lifc-plitid ami nitVry l.y the me of tittfnrMu-
,t, iJIcXeia's Vo'caaic Oil linlfflert'i-
' Vm niitrv jwk. Vwwt lwtMawfly.an, It -win.
, rleanw. ynthy. and U.-1I ihr fuujeat serea In au tu.
credibly short tine.
For Eoraes aaa other Aaiiaals; -
t McLean's reL ".rated titaiwent U thKlxeafrJL
Windzalls. Mar,, Unnatural rari sSwTr
gwcjilnjr, U VU! never tiD to cm. Bte I1J ,
Craeteu DH, fL.afe. radai, or crtar GaRs,C&ta.
tt as lureijed, an.1 a-enr. Is certain to ewv iartaocal-
imentrotTered to you. Obtain a Mulr of Iir Hoi.
aWh's ccWirrtt,! Liniment It v, jaZ
. J. H. McLEAIT, Solo rpriator-
Con,r cf Thinl vt Ifiv, St.,., t. -Uaja. Jfo.
or saloivlioleualc and retail Ira .s.aaviU
HawfnPri''aiUX ptJc, Bfcry&Deme-vlIie, O-TtC
I iffi'iV ,a Bn"". bT ery ravecU&Vns
rl tin the Called &Ute ifrMrT w-dtw
MtSIVLLEn A; KJti
WncaiaijxStaxxxsnf susnss or
Vsinvy and Staple Groceries,.
WI1ES, liquors, Nuts, rruits,snd Cocfeettonerief, also,
manufacturers of Candies, "ordlal aad Sirups. As
we canou. enumerate articles oj hand.ara voaia mostrcoect
.!, flnet that any one wishiai; to order twdt jacsr Use
will addrers us for a circular, arhleh shall be-.. Vy return mail.
-MeTchanUTiaitinj our city will flease gives acalltoCor
loo kin- elsewhrre.
503 lUuinStltieat Louisville, Ky.
A New Novel by Thackeray,
By Us author of -'TAITl" PAIR," TBXPRSSM,"
Just receired by J0HITY0KK CO.
A SVteadavvlii2tolheNoftl I will senthearaoawla
Ci?h!-v Inre a-e nearly nine hsoirai acrCTtaiw.
!kwitwrj three aai a belt alias of SaiiviUe. Ihe tepiMvemaata
CMd. Ishall ba at kn e .. -v.. . . 1 v. ar, ,It la aaa
1 -v ' ' . -lLa,tau
.Jf i.v.. - d