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NASHVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1859.
- NUMBER 212.
' -.-iNASHVILtff. : -UNION
.KASHYILLE AND CHATTANOOGA It. If
.CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
OS AND AFTER
SDKQAY , SEXI,JOLY 3rd, I8C9,
Fassenrar Trains will run as rollowi I
-MMT I QOINQ EAST.
JSte.?"lrriie 11 10:15 M. and 8 P. M.
-. 8tmjB0n lt,:a) A. M. and 5:38 P. M.
"AfflwtClHitnoojttt8.-00A. M ande.iWP. M.
MS. GOING WE3T.
IT GUKanoos at 2:30 A- II. and 2 SO P. M.
:S.fSttraiont5:3(A.M.iiiA530 P. M.
ArriTe at NashvtUe at 11:50 V M. and 1 30 P. M.
sjT0TH Trains .tasking c)ose coiiectlons East and West at
JD BlermMfl. with "Memphis and Charleston and other Rail
roads to New Orleans and other Southern titles. and at Chatta--riC'Oca.
with the Oeoigia 3:te Road, and by It with otLer Roads
,rxtnninc through Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama, and
VlihXaiVTenneaeeaJidOnrgli Itallroadat Chattanooga, con
Sectlsg Hot In the Virginia route, to Lynchburg, nichmbnd,
tXxlUmora.PMlarUlplda, Washington City, New York au other
-Eastern citle. .
Throagh Tleketj may be had at any hour on application to
Ticket Agent, at ofl.ee at Depot, to the following placet, vlr:
lifer York, Tia. East Tennessee, and Virginia route New York,
.unarieston, rmiaaeipma, Ataiamore. naaningr.ua Jltv.
Febtrsbcrg, Klehmcnd, Lynchburg, Eooxrllle, Charleston, Sa
STannah, Uaeon, Augurta, Atlanta, Montgomery, Hunts-ille,
Grand J unction. Memphis, Mew Orleans, YirglnZa prings . Bear
atveba Springs and McMianv,lle.
Jdlyl-tf E. W. COLE, 8npertjtendent.
Tennessee and Alabama Kail road.
after ilOXDAY, Jnly 4tbI8S9, the Train, will ran
U (OllOWt I
" ; - . doing South.
- f rLTe Nashville ": A M and 3:30 P M.
Arri A at Columbia 10.30 A M and 6:10 P SL
Sti, WjI4ro" Col umbla 7:10 A M and 3:30 P M.
" . AiTlrsatI.ashTUle9:45AUasdti:30PU,
Wm leart NubTUle 7:45 A M, and arrive at Colnmbia 10:30 A Jt
-jnn IeiTe4Ccltimbla 330 P M, and arrive at Nashville CM P M.
- jeneju au w. WK. PEEKINS.Saperintendent.
BAETIITIORE AN3 OHIO
Great TV'ntionuI Itnute.
TERMINATES AT WASHINGTON AND
Saltlmoreon the East, and Wheeling, Benwood, and f ark
t tbnrg on the West, at which places it unites with Railroads,
igr ua trora an poinis in us
Went, Soutbfircst and North-West.
- Tare to New York tad TJoiton ONE DOLLAR less than via any
CwoTralai leave Wheeling daily, 8:50 P. M., and li:30
Direct connections aremadeby thesetralns
For all the Eastern Cities;
aaShlsIi the only ronte to Washington City.
Passengers by this Route can visit Baltimore, I'hiladelphla,
Bew.York, and Boston, st tbo cost of a ticket to Boston alone, by
Throngh Tickets to the Eastern cities can 1 procured via
Washington City at au additlcaal charge of 93 10.
Quick time and sure connections.
Inquire for tickets vl the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, at
any of the principal Railroad oSoes In the West.
E. P. FULLXK, Gen'l Western Agent.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
W. P. 8 kith, Master Transportation. aplt
Tax caramT or thii aotn is kow cqoil to art ix Tnacoirrar.
BETWEEN PITTSBCRO AND PHILADELPHIA,
CONNECTING direct in the Union Depot, at Pittsburg, wllh
Through Trains frua all Western Cities for Philadelphia,
Kew York, Boston, Baltimore, and Washington City ; thns fur
wishing' facilities for the transportation of Passenger, ursur
snd for speed and comfort by ay othsr ronte.
Express and FastLtnes run through to Philadelphia without
luge of urs or con luctors.
.-noting Cars areattached to each train. Woodruff's Sleeping
brsto Express and Fast Trains. The Expreth l(un
X Illr Mall and Fast Line Bundavs excepted. Three Dally
rriloi connect direct to New York. Express and Fast Line con
tact for Baltimore and Washington.
sUpress Trains leave Pittsburg B A. 51., arrives at riuladelpLia
or .Baltimore 5 P. II., New York 10:301'. 11.
stall Train leaves Pittsburg 0 4. M., arriving at Philadelphia 11
P. II., New York 4 30 A. M.
ait Line leaves Pittsburg 5 V. M., arrives at Philadelphia r
Baltimore at 8:30 A. il.. New York 2:30 P. M.
BixSDally Trains between Philadelphia and New York. Two
Xally Trains between New York and Bostcn. IhrougL Tickets
sJIKall) are good on either of the above trains
Boat Tickets to Boston are good via Norwith, Fall River, or
Tickets' Eastward may b- obtained at any of the important
Ixilroad Offices In the Ke-t , also.cn board of any of the'esular
Line of Steamers on the MiwUsippi or Oblo Rivers ; and Tickets
Westward at the Offices of the Company In Boston, New York,
Baltimore, or PhUadelplua.
Fare alirnys aw low au by anj-otlier Ilotitc.
ASK1VB TlUKLTsHY riiisBuna.
Tks completion of the Western connection of the Pennsylvania
Railroad to Chicago, makes this ;he
XmECT Lift t: IIKTWEENTIIE EAST AND
THE UIEKAT NOItNII-tt'EST.
x The connecting tracks by the Railroad Bridge at Pittsburg,
avoiding all drayiire or ferriage of freight, together with theev
Icg of tale, are advantages rtallly appreciated by Shipjiers of
freight, and the traveling public.
Parties 8hiptingKutaru will Snl It to their advantage to
ship by this route.
Fjr Freight Contractions or Shipping Directors apply to orad
ireua either of the follcxirg ageuti of the company :
D. A. Sl'KWtnT, Pittsburg;
Doyle icCo.,BuleutIlle,0 :M d.i'ierceCoMZanesville.O.;
JJ Johnson, K!tey, O; 11. 51c.Nlej. WarJtille, Ky.; Ormsby
Cropper. l'oninoutii,0.; I'aildoit tc Co., Jeff-rsonviiie, Ind.;
BW Brown & Co , Uncinnali, O. SO Jitllrum, MiiJmoii,
Ind.; William Blnghun. LuaistiHe, Ky.;N W tlrolium&Co,
Cairo, III ; U F Sa.. m. L M j , John II Harris, Ncslnille,
Inn.; Harris & Hum, Jltu,u-. 1-nn ; Clarke A; Co.. Chicago,
111 ; ffll II luiocU, Alwu, 111. Nurphy ti Walle. Dubuque.
Iowa, os to Freight Ag&m uf Railroads at different poinis in tlie
The Grcn text Fuel II tics offered for t It c Pro
tection and .iiocily Tranxpurtiitioii of
And Good A rcimsi dilation w.tli u-ua! privilege, fur ersons
traveling in charge thereof.
By this route Pre!At8 of all de criptlon can le forwarded
Crnm Philaeipbia, New York. ito. uh. oi valtimure. to any oint
oa the Kailros Is of Ohio, Keniu.a. Indiana, Illiiiois, Ucoa
Sin, Inwa, or Jli.oari, Ly Kaiiroal dir.ct.
Inn Pennsylvania lUilr.'iJ an., connects at Pittsburg with
at earners by which Goods ul I- forarJed to any imrtiutbe
Ohio, Muskio?urii,Kenincay,Tswr. Cumberland, Illinois,
Jliislsilppl, WiFconsin, WiMjur.. Kanmi, Araautu, and Red
Klvtrs; and at Clemand, Sandusliy. aud Cbiaguitha:i ports
en the North Western Laaei.
lltrehants and Sliipin entrusting the transportation of
thalr Freight to this Company, can ley with coulldence on its
The rates ol freight to any point In th: West by the Fenntyl
rania Railroad are at all times as favorable as are charged by
ihar Railroad Companies
JD" e particular to mark packages "via Tenna. R. R "
Merchants In the West ordering guuls from the East, vill find
It to theirlnteresttocallon the Ag-ntsof this Company at the
following places before ehipiuug or letters adarcssol to either of
them on the subject of freuthts. will meet with prompt attention.
E. J.SNEEDER, Philadelphia.
MAO It AW & KO0.NS, go North street, I'altimore.
TEECU &. CO., No. 2 Astor llouie.or No. 1, S. Wm. st,
LEECH t Co , No 51 Rilby street, Boston.
II. H. HOUSTON , General Freight Agent, Phils.
L L. U00PT. General Ticket Agent, Phila.
XffOS. A. SCOTT. General Sup't, Altoona, 1'a. fjan8-tf
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD
SIHE Southern Rosd of the four great lines. This road has
thus far been managed in such aay as to commend It to
This Company, under the General Superintendence of
II. D. MEARS, General Freight Agent,
Kow offerslndncements to shippers to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Mew York, Boston, Richmond, Petersburg. Acc., at exceedingly
low rates, and farbelowNew Orleans prices, as their moderate
terms, with the deduction upon insurance of one and a half per
cent., by this route, and the European abirping being from 3 to
shillings sterling less than the New Orleans shipping prices,
all contnoute to render it
Reliable as well as Desirable.
Their facilities for transportation are unequal ed by any othe
road now In operation, as their Western terminus is at PARK
XRSBUBGII, one hundred and ninety miles below the low
water and most dangerous navigation of the Ohio river- Thrs
sables in ordinary water the delivery of goods not only certain
bat with dispatch, In adranceofany other route, and as the wa
ter declines their advantages are such as the time of delivery
Widens on other routes, so that this is tba only
Cltcan. Reliable iind Snccdr Route.
Freights by this route are less exposed to weather than byither
routes, as there Is no drayace. the delivery being made at Park
snburghundera well sheddrd float, and elevated from thence by
teass immediately to the cars, without being subject to wit or
The Louisville steamtra connect direct with rarkersburgu
boats without delay, ai 1 btewise the regular Cinnihnatl
boats. ThePittsburgbboatscenvcvdiiecttoParkersburgh. By
this arrangement the Company are enabled to receive freight
daily lor this route at their agency in aasnville, xenn.
For furtner particulars inquire of
11. H. HARRISON, Freight Agent,
gay IWSm No 2, corner Broad and Front streets
The Adams Express Company.
3HE Adams' Express Company beg leave to announce to their
friends and the public of Nashville, that they have conclud
arrangementa with the Louisville ant Nashvills Rail Road
Company, under which they will extend the 0ieratious of their
Iniuiutha line of that Road, commencing Aucuat 1st, 1859.
On the completion of the Naihvilln end of the road to Bowling
Green, about the loth of August, Ib59, messengers will run
mrougn between aatnvmeand Liouisviiie.
For particulars as to rales, time, tc , apply to
A. K. HOLT,
augS-dtf No. tft Market Street, Nashville. Tenn,
PIXIN AND DECORATIVE PLASTERER,
wnuLxsiir aso r.riAiL nxaux ik
HYDRA I. LIC CEMENTS
Plaster at Paris, Plastering Hair, Fire
IlncUs, Fire Clay,
TERRA COTTA CHIMNEY TOPS, & TER
RA COTTA WARE GENERALLY,
N0. IX Broadwuy, Between Summer and
" D AVIS V GAINES,
PRODUCE &. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors,
no. 43 Broad Street, Nashville. Tenn
Tbeblgheit market price raid for Rags, Feathers, Beeswax, Gin
seng, Flaxseed, and Bacon.
mnE Nsxbville and North Western Railroad Company wish
to contract lor 4U)Uuu - ,
lsng, 6 laches thick, well hewn, to face at narro. est place
less thaTrl Inches clear of bark, t"r,t0,M Und' ta del1
vrrTT i -r ,h rn,.l In Nashville.
&3tU iiw for 30,000 AVhite or
Pit Oak Ties, of the same site as above, to be delivered
.iiVrf .if. mad In Piles from section 14 to section 24,
enough on each secUon to supply the same. ,
i.L T.iv.. n i ,(-t to the President and Direct-
crl "X Na.bSvle d NrU.-wern Kailro Company.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
LL penon. . .u.us a .uptrior ariicie o. """-.Ti
ii. i-.... v. -j r . ..Iin. the stock It Is guaranteed
to give more heat, male lcs asnia ak dwt. Jind lt lonEer,
.iw '.v. iv only ask a trial from the
xnest skeptical, kneeing tbey wUl 1 pleajed. Orfe" can be
leftlnBoxM Postoffice.orthe Yard back of the Nashvllleana
Chattanooga Railroad Deix.1. sr.VEW.
BOXES No. 1, received this day. and for sale by
HIJOHJ'oCREA tL CO
"f'lk A.F1NE PARLOR GRAND PIANO.
?SV"- . . . ' ... t ... r.11.nA,ra
U. 8. MAIL
IN CONNECTION WITH TEE
Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad,
'Tennessee A: Alabama Railroad,
EDGEFIELD AND KENTUCKY BAIL K0AD,
LOUISVILLE Sc NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
THE following splendid steamers comprise this line, and
leave Nashville dally for St. Louis, Louisville, Smlthland,
wumuj wuu wnuiut BJJU W1IMUU.
Leaves Nashville every Monday at 12 o'clock 11.
Steamer C. E. IIILLIQAN,
Leaves Nashville every Tuesday at o'clock PM. .
Steamer SAINT CLOCD,
Leaves Na-hville every Wednesday and Saturday at
13 o'clock M.
Leaves Nashville evtry Thursday at 15 o'dxk M.
Steamer B. HI. RCNYAN,
Leaves Nashville on Friday' at 4 o'clock P. M.
Steamer SAINT CLOCD,
Leaves Nashville every-Eatardty at 12 o 'clock M.
'These steamers connect at Padueah with the Mobile ad Ohio
Ra'lroad, at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at St.
Louis with the Missouri and Upiier Mississippi River Packets,
and are equal to any steamers afloat for safety, speed and com
fort. A. HAMILTON.
RBL3. PraiU Nats;
10 bbl, Texas Pecans;
15 do Almonds;
in do Filberts;
10 do English Walnuts;
In store and for sale low at 13 and 15 Market street by
JuneM HUGH McCREA fc CO.
ALE! ALE! ALE!
Cy f? BARRELS Smith's Champagne Ale;
25 do do Kennett do
2., do do Bottled .do
The above Ales are the finest made and are warranted For
sale at Pittsburgh and Wheeling price,, freight added, at No. 5
july31 CARTER, WILSFORD b. CO.
NOW OR NEVER.
T AM now In the city and am engaged lnsel'Ing county rights
for the State of Tennessee, for the manufacture and sale cf
my Patent Improved Bee Hires, the virtne and superiority
of which have been testified toby hundreds of the most worthy and
eminent cltlrens of our country, lhe construction of my Hive
is simple, and I promise it Is the only nive in the world kno ah
which is nroof aealcst the bee molhe. Persons desirous of pur
chasing either family or county rights for the best Bee Hire in
taewoild, c-.n rind rae ror a few days at the Auction itooms oi
Messrs. Hardy Brothers, where I will be happy to see them.
july29-Hf JOSEPH KENT.
OSCAR BOIIHIE & CO.,
Have just opened at their stand,
No. 7 Union Strqet,
A complete stock of Fall and Winter
DRESS AND MANTILLA TRIMMINGS,
(COMPRISING a full assortment of plain and tigered Yeivet
Uibhons, Galojns. Fringes, Bugle Gimps, Grape Trimmings,
Belts, Butttns, Braids. Bu;le Button, fcc.. Ace., all of which are
entirely new, and the best that could be got In the Eastern roar
Utt. Our stock of
Tcithin Merino and Shetland Wool,
Embroidered Braids and Silks ; Crochet, Embrollery and 3pm
Cotton : as well as any other malerul for Knitting. Netting, Em
broidery and Crochet work, is coctplete and largar In variety and
quantity than ever. We also continue to manufacture
Fringes, Tassels, Ifnttons,s, Cord, ice.
to order re usual, and will try to suit all and everybody.
WM. n, MORROW,
WnOUSaLZ 1.KD KTTalL Q
SADDLERY AND COA S
No. 48, Market Street,
NASHVILLE, TENNESS E
KaJCCTACTCIUXS mo sulxxs in
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks
Carpet Sacks, Saddle Rags, Arc.
PERSONS visiting NasVrille In need of anything In i
our line, will find it tr their interest to exam-f
fne onr stock before Durdminc elsewhere, as it is oar r
intention to make qulok sales and short profits.
Extra inducements win be onerea to easn purcnasers,
an7-tf JOHN MORROW Ac 80V
HAT AND CAP STORE.
7 US JJL7ES1 STYLES ALWAYS ON BAUD.
And the Best
at the Lowest1
ELVERSON & EVANS,
43 UNION STREET, NEAR STATE BANE.. ,
O TTX T A iT 0 f
liiiportcrs ami Wholesale
NO. 2 SO CTHEASTS1DE PUBLIC. SQUARE,
E rxe again p'iaaed to announce to our friends and the
Trade, that we have now completed our Stocxfor 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 Fancv Goods and Ladies' Dress Goods excels
anything we have ever before presented ; whilst our assortment
of Staple and Varities will be kund complete in all its details.
An examination isrespecuuuy solicited irom an memer-nanis
visiting this market. roMA. c tu.
five niory iiiocx,near ue uire linage
CORNER CEDAR AND CHERRY STREETS,
J. MOORE, Proprietor.
HAVE made extejsive arrangement. fr the receiving of all
the ntuann of the comlnz season, of Fish, Flesh and Fowl -
our Oysters will be from the most celciated beds. Pickles and
Condiments frcm the eeieorMea eiiauusnmems ci vress n
Blackwell and Lea & Pe.-rin,wllh a large and well selected
stbck of .....
Wines, isranuict, .vc, ore.
Hiee'lent COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole under
duperintendence of that well known Epicure, Mr. CllAllL
On and after the 15tb of September we will be prepared to
wall upon our cuitomers UA,i a.mi niuur itaiiway travel
ers will find this arrangement to their advantage
YCT J2ZXE1IBEJ! TIIF METROPOLITAN ! JJt
UNION R E S T A U R A N T,
(Opposite Bank of Tennessee.,)
Wholesale and Retail
nine undersigned laxes pleasure io iniorra nu.uu.
'B'" th.t ihe UNION UKST-CKANT Is now open
h.rether rjin be luntiliei with all the delicacies
of the season, such as Fresh Oysters, Game, Fresh and Salt ater
Hsvlngmprocured the best Cooks and Walters, and by prompt
natronaw Gentlemen wishing tholr meals sent to their rooms
an be tccommodattd at the shortest notice.
CanDCtcwu.". , , (.v, T;nn.r .n flnrmers for
We areaiso prepareu n uiu" --
''Vn addSontoVur Cook,, tre have procured the sorvlec, of a
""ho" o, fronT'sIx In the morning til. twelve at night.
11 Cr?r V A. J0NNARD, Agent.
J. II. rARRlR.
FARRAR, DISMUKES A CO.,
Dealers In all kinds of
BOOTS. SHOES, GA'ITERS
. TRUNKS, JVALISES, kc, Ac.,U
A. B. Robertson's Stand.
NO. 4 5, COLLEGE 'STREET,
m 7E are now receiving one of the largest and tact beautiful
V T stoctoi
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac;,l
for Fall and Winter, that has ever been brnvrht to Nashvillei
They were manufactured to our own order 2spe;ially for RrTalt-
inu. e e in?e an our incuui ina me punitc generally cai
onus as wewill sell them Tery Irv for CASH.
set tf FARRAR. DIS1IDKE3 CO.
Golden Syrup! Golden Syrup I
BARRELS St. Louis Goldea Syrup;
25 aces do do do
received, and a verr sunerior article for le low at No. S
mar9 OARTRR. WILSFORD k CO.
QTAItC;iI...i.HX) Boies Fox'a Pearl SUrch, the best article
Fall and Winter
SBBi) rs -prT TTh f I T aTl S fT 1H'
w w w w
MI Stock Dry Goods
M1HIRTER. MILLER I CO.,
N O. 5 1
NORTH MARKET STREET,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
We are In receipt of an Immense Stock of the above-mentioned
DOUBLE SKIRT SILK ROBES,
Irish Linens, Damasks, AVhite Goods,
Bonnet Ribbons, Ladies' Head Dresses,
Cloaks, Shawls, Mantles, Arc, Arc,
Black ad Colored Cloths. Doeskins and Casimeres, Silk Velvet,
Silk Plush, Ca'simeie and Satin Vestings, Silk Serge, Satin Ee
Chines, Tailor's Trimmings, &c, &c.
Jeans. Satinets, Tweeds, Coating and Negro Blankets, Rail-
way Rugs, Bed Blankets Flaunels, &c, &c. Bleached Sheet
ings and Shlrtli.'gs.
American, English & French Prints
VARIETIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, &c.
Have now on hand a large and complete Stock oj
Which we bava purchased cheap, and which we will Retail
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
JTJ Great wnccrjitJiTs offered to casn bctiks
YlF Their Stock ii large and of prime qiality.
Trj The usual Barter taken In echanic forGood,.
McWHIRTEIt, MIL.LKR t :..
Ho. aorin jiarxeicireer,
Kp21 1 doors from Tublie Fuuare.
CAIN & C0BNELIU3,
NO. 49 CHURCH STREET,
Has Corne,! Has Come!!
The Good Time Has Come!
Singer's No. 2 Sewing Marhin" can
now he haI for
One Hundred & Five Dollars !
NO. 1 FOIC
"irvrmlunnfarturlnrand Plantation purpos the only rslhv
1M ble ami unexcelled-Sewing Machine in tl world,, it.
Mngertt Co.'n Gazette.
Family Sewing Machines from Fif
ty to Eighty Dollaro.
We have tried them in our own Family and find them snperict
to any In use . 1. M. Mnjer ds Co. u azeue.
J. T. LORD, Arest,
Kp25 45 North College street,
THE STAR GALLERY!
conPREOTYlTJi AND PHOTOGRAPHS
Ho 4-) union Dirtciflc uwi w -m., aUU.rvu
T. F. SALTZMAN,
, ,-r-r nnUTOI AT nconiS' OALLIST.)
'. . . a a a tr. YIal Mr Tlii'isr-in
..-j-iYING fitted up rooms as above, exclusively for that
sv-"! -e Sin.tneM. Is nreoared toreeeivethe ladies and
"j-jTTwK.chvUleand make facsimile of their faces, in
Krhbest stile f the Art. No expense has been spared either
tnaiugnnt av- .,tentl r svocurlne the latest and -most
"'Mapatusand materials, and the, ubscriber confident
Z vKluwho may want picture, to give him a call, pledging
satisfaction In every ..,, wi s,TjknmMon
ITrKntranc next doof (Wtlt) to Wessel 4V Jf.
BURGE Sl SWANN,
1XD BIALXEI IX
BRANDIES, AVINES, CIGARS, &C,
COR. COLLEGE AND CHHRCH STS., NASnYILLE, TENN,
a: now In receipt of a lar;e and well assorted stccx of
Groceries. Liquors, Ac. to which we invite the attention
of the trade:
350 hhds Louisiana Sugar, 13) bblsBiltlmore and Louisiana
IGO Lbls N Y and Phlladelohla Coffee Surar:
Crvshed Sugar. 75 bbls Baltimcreand Loalsiana
50 bbls N Y and Philadelphia Loaf Sugar;
25 bbls Baltimore andPblladel
25 do O.a. Java Coffee,
500 sacks Rio Cofee,
100 do Laguyra do;
50 bbls New Molasses,
200 K bbls do
?50 ten gallon kegi Gold. Syrnpt
'.u bbii uo uo
1UU ten gall keg, do
300 bbli Dean's ex. Whisky, 200 bbls best Robertson county
liaj oo wnimres uo uuitxy,
75 doWard&Carr o 150 bbls Hve Sl Bourbon do
25 do Srtitb'snMresfrxedo 100 bxs Longworth'a Catawba
20 qr. pipes Sherry t Madeira Wine;
Wine; 20 V casks old Burgundy
5 XpipesJeanLouIsBrandy; Wine'
2 pipes Holland Gin; 50 bask Champagne Wine
bbls Ale; 10 bbls Vinegar;
25 casks London Porter;
Together with every other articles usual kept In the Grocery
In', octl5dI BTJRGK fc SWANN.
Guard against Fall &. Winter Fire
Incorporate 1810--('harter Perpetual.
Cash Capital $1,000,000,
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.
NET SURPLUS OF $94?, 181 72,
And the prestige of 40 yea r satens and experience.
UPWARDS OF $13,000,000
Of Irises have been paid by the .tna Insurance Company in the
past forty years.
The value of reliable nsurancewill be apparent from the fol
LOSSES PAID BY THE iETNA
DURINO THE PAST FIVE YEARS :
...$431 5S0 S3
.... lOG.DTu 07
... 20l,!O3 40
... ::S!,5I3 14
... 101,399 4S
Kansas & Neb...
...f 15a,0 81
. 443A-T 41
.. I9.SM5 77
In Wisconsin .
Iowa & Minn,.
Penn'a k Va.
Arkansas & Oa..
Mississippi and Alabama ......$52,412 13.
Fire and Inland Navigation
Risks accented at tarms consistent with solvency and fair profit.
Esptcitil attention given to Jntunnce cj DWEtLIXGSand
lontenu, or ttrmt of to a yean.
The solid service long and successfully tried, and the many ad
vantages the Etna Insurance Company possesses in its line.
should not lie overlooked bv those ready to insure and under
standing their best Interests.
During ".stringent times ' the necessity for reliable Insurance
becomes an Imperative duty the ability of property owners to
sustain loss being then mrch lessened.
Agencies in all tbe principal cities and towns throughout the
State. Policies issued without delay, by any of th duly author-
lied Agents of the Company.
Business uttcnuca to witn ucspatcti ana
IV ASH c MA ICR. Agents,
sep8-3a No- 35 College Street, Nashville, Tenn.
W H I S K E
From the Xein OrleaM Picayune.
THE purity of this Whiskey is artifisd to by the leading
Northern men of science, such as Dr. Chilton, the noted
News ork Chemist. A friend of ours who nnderstanas such things,
tells u, this "Aromatic is a good "Aromatic: and as be is reli
able, we can stfely recommend this Valley hlskey to those in
need of a good article.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
J'rom He Crescent.
Not a particle of strychnine in it the best we hare tasted for
many a day.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From Ue Sally True Helta, Ktw Orleans.
Thcuch not much of a j udte, we may say. and we are endorsed
by friends who are, that the 'Aromatic Valley Whiskey," the
verypoetry or "old Xcnongahela," manufactured by nm. II.
Daly, is uLequalcd for "Purity" and -'Flavor" by any in the
Daly's Aromatic Valley "Whiskey.
From the JfanpMi Daily Appeal.
It Is pronounced by good lodges to re free from alldeletarlas,
or foreign sulistances.and consequently itthouhl U'e'.he plaa
of all pnlionou a-'lmijclurcty which exercise so unwholesome
an influence ujmn tncsewhonse them, where they are consumed
r-tall. The noxious leverages that are generally intended for
Whiskey are an imposition and a curse.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Georgian Citizen.
It Is a pleasant, unctuous stimulant, peculiarly adapted to the
cure if Invalids who need a pure ton ic, without much of the al
cohol c principle.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the Galtetton Era.
We hare no hesitation In pronouncing it equal, If not superior,
to any we have ever drank.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From the itemphie Daily Eagle Enquirer.
It has teen pronounced by the higliest scientific and medical
authority a pureand healthy stimulant, entirely free from dele
ter.on, admixture We can recommend It with perfect confidence
to these who require an alcoholic s( mutant for medical pur
jtcsej. "Daly's Valley Weisky" is superior to Gin, Cordial,
French Br.indy. Port an 1 Madeira Wines, and indeed all other
varieties or spirits which are sold in this market, for net one of
Ihcni can b; founl in a pure state. No intelligent physician
would lure the rashness to prescribe "Port Wine" or "French
Brandy fur a patient, when il is patent to all the world that Ihey
are not to be had, except by base compounds, in the Mississippi
I would recommend it as suitable for medicinal and public pur
poses. CUAS. I. JAC&tON.
state Assayer, uoewn
It Is without any deleterious admixture.
JAS. R. CHILTON, M. D., New York.
Entirely free from adulterating Ingredients, so frequently
sed. JAS. J.MAPJSS, New York.
TrT' Consumers can depend upon getting a pure article when
they buy the Valley Whiskey, as it is sold by the bottle and case
only. WM. II DALY,
jv outnni:uam street, new lorit.
For sale In Nashville by RAW0RTU & OLEMM.
m)i;tiw:kn' portable plantation
Corn Feed and Llouring Mill,
Ty UUlt Millstones of all sites on hand and made to ordei, Smut
E 9 .Mills. Mill Spindles. 'Jill Qearling, Bolting Cloth of all
numbers Ditch anchor brand, belting, hoisting, and regulating
screws, ecrenv wire, picks and plaster Paris, and Imcosted from
the manufacturers, which enables me to sell best articles at low
iteing a practical mechanic, tnorougniy unaersianuing ins
theory and practice ol milling operations. Jllllers and ilill
rights will find it to their interest to examine my strck and
prices before purchasing. All goods cold by me are warrented to
All orders and communications prempuy attecuen to.
P. M. RYAN,
Cor College and Broad Sts .Nashville, Tenn.
mh'8 d&t wtljan.
UE Copartnerstip heretof're existing under the style of
J. v. s,uiigicy iv: jo., naii'liciy Deen aissoivra
by mutual consent. The business will hereafter 1 conducted
byj W. LANG LEY, who alone is authorised to settle tta busi
ness of the late firm. R. RUCKER, Jr.,
Nashville, July 1st, 1859. J. W. LANG LEY.
N. it. The business will hereafter be conducted by the under.
tlane at tbe old stand, 44 union street.
a C00D Brick Howe, with six room,, corner Summer and
aiuioerry streets, asnv.ue.
Alan, tli ,.!. nn whii-h T llv.. frnnttnw nn riall.tln TUm
pike. i'i miles from Nahville, containintt 65 teres. A geoa
bargain can 1 had In either.
Duvt-.llt TIIOS. L. BBA.VSIU'"''
TTIST nHOEIVHll. a llrefnil heanMfn! .mnrtment of Gold
,3 and Velvet Paper, of the latest and nsost fash ion
able stvles, with fine satin and unglaied Paper, Window Cur
tains, Ate, hich we are offering verycteAp for Cash. Paper
Banging done In the best manner. O. W. KLAUta.
Union stieet. Odd Fellows !
a LFO. on band Preserve. Pine Annie.. Pickle,
Catsup, r-ances. Oysters. Sardines. Lobsters, c, tc;
Ftuits. Oranees Lemons. Kasins. V. rtnrrants. Citron, ate.
Cheese. Dried Beef, Beef Tongue, 4c; Spice. Teas, &c,tobe
sold dtea), either wholesale or retail.
No 17 Market Street,
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W. II. CRUTCIIER tc CO.,
Auction V Commission Merchants,
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THIS being prepared expressly for cleaning Silver and Plated
wire. Brittaniaand Tin ware. Mirrors, Marble, Gilding,
House paint. Carriage Mouldings, It 1, Invaluable the best and
cheapest article lor me purpose la cents per est.
set!.-. MACKENZIE A MINCniN,
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lA Virrinia and Tennessee Tobaccos, and will sell them 10
IS ,r cent less than any regr.lar Jobbing House in New York
pi,u,.t.ir,hIi.orUaltimore. Merchants bv calling at our Facto
ry before purchasing elsewhere, will sav at least from 15 to 2d
percent, uan anu oesj lur juurrares. ,
Mp9-dfcw3m L. D. ROZELL fc CO.
TritiVK in store a full a-sortment of Lintiincott & Barr's eel
I ebrated Fire Proof bales, all sise, wh eh will be sold
at manufacturer's, prices.
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HOUSE OF REPKESENIATIVES.
"Wedsesdat, NoTember30, 1859.
The House resumed ihe considtration of Mr
Bailees' resolutions, pending at the timo of the r.
cess for dinner.
Mr. WUirMOUE spoke ia favcr of the reiolu-
-tiong. His speech is held for revision. When he
Mr. EWING submUted the followintr resolutions
which he desired at the proper time to tffer in lieu
of the resolutions and amendcuu s under consider
ation; and they were read for the information of the
Kttolted. That the members of this General As
sembly look upon Ihe recent fil!y and wicked at
tempt of John Urown and his seventeen miskuided
followers, to excite an insurrection among the slaves
at Harper's Ferry, as mainly tbe result of the grass
delusion (gotten up and fostered by fanatical agita
tors) whicn prevails at the Notth in regard to the
condition of tbe slave population in the South. As
suming it to be so grievous as to inspire constant
discontent among lhe slaveB, and disposing them to
eagerly embrs.ee any project which miy be held out
to tbem to effect their escape from bondage A de
lusion which il would be unwise and of mischiev
ous coLSequences on the part of the South to con
firm or strengthen, by exaggerating for party ef
fect, or for any other purpose-, the danger to bs ap
prehended from f uch outbreaks of John Brown and
his followers at Harper' Ferry ; in which they ut
terly failed to excite an inturrectionary spirit in a
single slave so far as we are informed.
Jiciolved. That while it is la-nifeat from the num
ber and the ccst of the arms collected by Brown
and his followers, that they must have received di
rect aid and encouragement in their wicked cntet-
priso, fipra many abolition leaders, besides suon
monomaniacs as Genit Smith and Dr, Howe; and
whilst it is further manifest that they acfji in per
fect harmony of purpose with the teachings ani
sympathies of the whole abolition faction at the
North; nevertheless we da not believe the great body
of the Republican party ecccuiage or sympathise
with such wickedness and folly. Hot it must be
conceded by all reasonable men, that tbe exittence
cf 6uch a party at the Nor.b, no matter under whit
circutastaLce, . of provicaticn it had its origin a
party based upon the single idea of hostility to
slavery, powertul in ihe number of its members aad
in the ability cf its loaders ap.ny upheld by nu
merous public journals, daily teeming with exaggera
ted pictures ot me oppttsbii n enuureu Dy me tuves,
with iLllauimatory ilt.c iea tgikst the South,
against slavery aud ihe slaveholders inevitably
tends to incite the weak-uimdtd and fanatical to
engage in such despetate and preposterous schemes;
ana that if such a parly shall be Ung upheld at the
North, it must in tbe end tngcudtr such a degree
of alienation and bitter hntrcd between the people
of the Nortb and South as will prove to be incom
patible with the existence or continuance of a com.
Retolvtd, That the idea or theory that the exist
ence of slavery in some States or communities, aud
the absence of it in other and adjoining states or
cemmnnities, is incompatible with tie existence ot
a union of such Mites aud communities under one
Federal head or General Government, was refu'.ed
by the judgment and conclusions of the founders of
the Republic, and the founders of the Federal Con
stitution, and has been clearly disproved by the ex
perience of mote loan ball a century or succtssiul,
harmonious and prosperous career of the whole
country under the present confederated Union.
Retolvtd, That, m Ihe opinion of the mtmuers oi
this General Aisembly, there is no necessary con's
flict betweeen free and slave labor in any' well regu
lated crmmunity, and least of all in a country like
the United States, embracing such a variety and
extent of soil, climate and producticn ; that tu tbia
country, so far from being in conflict, free and slave
labor may coexist in perfect harmony, and to the
mutual advantage and convenieucQ of both the
African race being b nature, endowed with powers
of endurance and a cap asity for labor and enjoy
ment in climes wbtcn eoon impair lhe energies ol
the white race, may be appropriately and profitably
employed in the culture of such staples as rice,
sugar and cotton, products so nece3Sry to the com-
IONS 01 ine Willie rauu, wuiits vu itsb.oi, iu unuica
more congenial to their physical canstitulion, may
find profitable employment on the farm and in
the work-shop, in sapplying produots adapted to
the consumption and wants of both races, of the
slave as well as of the free white race.
Retolvtd. That the theory of an "irrepressible con
flict" is a startling and mischievous invention and
is well calculated, if held to be true, to reconcile
tbe minds of men, both JNoitb and fcoutn, to a sepa
ration of the Union, under the apprehension that
in no other way can the multiplied mischiefs of pei
pelual etrife on the subject of slavery, between the
two sections, be avoided.
Retolvtd. That in tbe opinion ot this General As
sembly, all the evils growing out cf the present in
tense Slavery agnation an tun uisuuru, uneuaiiuu,
and bitter hatred now growing up and extending
between tbe North and tbe South, are tbe legitimate
fruit not of any necesaary and "irrepressible con
flict" between tree and slave labor, but of a conflict
telwcea rival aspirants in tne race oi amoiticn
Noith and Sou'h, urged on by an inordinate greed
of t flioial power ana plunder a conuici wnicn can
only be repressed by a powerful and successful ef
fnrthv the friends of the Union, to rouse the peo
ple to a conviction oi me reamy nnu inagunuuo ui
tbe lmpenuing u&ugca w no uaibivuuc-
Resolved. That tne declaration oi urn. it. oew-
nrd to the effect lhat a respectable portion of the
Smith, under the lead of such men as F. P. Blair,
of Missouri, nd Lassius iH.lay, ot Kentucky, are
prepared to unite with the Republican party against
the extension of slavery, "and will eventaally rise
id aeainst slavery," we aver to be unfounded in
fact, at least so far as the people of Tenncsseee are
concerned. But we think it due to trutn and can'
dor to state that Mr. Seward and others who have
asserted the con'rary, have had high Democratic au
thority to sustain them in their assertion, since it is
well known mat leading politicians anupaouo jour
nals in this State have proclaimed to the world lhat
a largo proportion o the people of the State of
Tennessee, under the lead of prominent men of the
Oppoeitton party, were preparing to unite with the
Republican party; end some of them have gone so
far as to assert mat aomc oi ine leaacrs oi tne up
position wore abolitionis'8 in sentiment.
JSttoivta, xnat we nave iui connoence in tne con
servative mrmbers of Congress from tbia State;
and that they will regard as enemies to the Union
and will have no atliuntion witb any party or fac
tion, or with the members of any party or faction
who have given encouragement or countenance to
the wicked outrage perpetnted by John Brown aid
his followers at Harper's Ferry ; and further, th:
they will co-operate with tbe conservative men
North and South in organizing the House of Rep
resentatives, that the offices aud important oommit-
tees of that bedy may be placed in tbe nands of
those who will cberisb tbe union of the Stales as a
national blessing and expose tbe corruptions of the
present administration of ihe General Government;
and in doing this, they will, in our opinion, repre
sent the sentiment of the people of Tennessee and
rtfiect honor oa themselves and their constituents.
Mr W1SENER, commenced a'epeech in opposition
to some of the resolutions, but more particularly in
favor of his amendment. He gave way for a mo
tion to adjourn.
On motion, the House adjourned till to-morrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
. Public Sale of Lots at
THE undersigned. Trustee, 0f the Persacoia City Company,
having determined to hold a sale of porUons of thjlr lots
embraced in various parts of their extensive property, hereby
give notics that such sale will take place on tbe 5th DAY OF DK
C EMBER, 1S39, at the Company's Office in he city of Pensa
cola. The (.eject of this sale, whleh Is tha first of a series. Is to ra'ea
means to promote tbe imp'ovement of the remainder in a degree
commensurate with tho general Improvement of Pensacola. due
to the certain and early completion of the Montgomery and Pen
sacola Rail Road,and its varien, connect'on, with Mobile, Colum
bu nd the Northern Rail Reads.
Term, of payment, one third In casii, one-third In one year,
ne-thlrf In two year,, in notes bearing seven per cent. Interest
or the first seven per cent. Mortgage bonds of the Alabama and
Florida Rail Road Company of Florida will be taken at par In
Hen of tha note.
A second sale wllltake place In due time, wb;n the Montgomery
ana A'ensacota nail itoad snail uare oeen mruicr aurancea to
ward, completion, and when its influence shall have been moia
widely felt and acknowledged.
CHARLES A. DAVIS,) Trustees of the
BAM'L JAUDON, S PenfacolaJSltv,,
WM. H. CHASE, ) Company.
Change of Location.
HAVING pnfehared of Mr. Chas. W. Sshth his entire stock
of Rooks and Stationery, at No. 51 College
Street, I analt at once remove my Stock from Market 8treet,io
uicoiore, Ao.ai uniige aireec, wnere A lnienu continuing tbe
BOOK, STATIONERY AND PERIODICAL BUSINESS, In all
It, departments, and where I shall be pleased to see my old
menus sia in pucne generally.
Nor. 7, 1S59. F. HAG AN.
Having disposed of my Stock of BooVs, Stationery, tea , to
Mr. P. Uaoax, I solicit a continuance of th, patronage of ay
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- Trials of a Seamstress:
BT.T. S. ARTHUR, ESQ.,
Aathor of "Love In a Cottage," "Love In High Life," -Ma
Morton, or the. Broken tfromjse," "Two Brides,"
iiitonxa is ue, etc , cic., etc
Till the brain begins to swim;
Work work work
Till the eyes are heavy and dim I
Seam, and guaiet and band,
Band and gusset and seam.
Till over th, buttons I fall asleep, .
And sew them on in a dream 1"
"OUT OF THE DEPTHS:"
The Story of a Woman's Lire.
The following extracts from lens-thv revlewa In nromtn. nt
English lournalt, will ena. lathe ruder to form some Idea of the
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fremUta literary Gaettte,jrayW.
A weman'a story and a woman's book "Oat of the Denth,"
wi 1 Interest many anil terrify some; but it caj dirgust i one, for
It is a look written with a tender and delicate hand, and even
thefcnl things of which it treats, lore much of their revolting na,
tore by the method of that treatment.
From the Critic, June 11.
It Is a well-written volume, aad contain, many cowerful
scene,, proving that the author Is not unacquainted wlth.ii
phases of life which he has undertaken to cescrlbe. Waean
con-clri.ttouily revommend Its careful perusal.
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HENRY ST. JOHN, GENTLEMAN,
A Tale of 1773.
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MEMOIRS OF ROBERT IIOUDIN
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MISS SLIMMEN'S WlDOW,
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tentlon of Merchant, wanting recrnltlng- stocks.
novll W. S. EAKLVA CO.
r. n. blactjcak. sro. l- citums:, jr.
BLACKMAN Jk GILLESPIE,
nr it tT o tv
j BOOTS & SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Bonnet Rozcs, Ac, ic.
COBNEK PUBLIC EQCAEE A3D MARKET STREET,
TTAYING Just opened a stock entirely new and cf the very
a.s laiesiarjies, ia our line- at tbe above raentlone-i well
known stand. fNIchol's carar.) we Invite or friends and tlw
PBbllz.lail.es and cestlemen. vena? uid old. tn mil snl mrt th
ROOTS, SHOES, TRVNKS. Ac.,
that have eve.- been brought to this crket-
We particularly invite tbwe In want of Rroans and
Planiation Shoes, to give us a call, as we feel certain
we can pleas them. BLACKMAN &. CILLE3PIE.
Prince of Wales axul Figgaro
Areamongsta nttmterof FIXE BSASDSat
JUST RECEIVED AT J. W. lASCLEV'Si
Tobacco in Cans and Cases,
Garret's Snuff in Bottles and Pppers
J. VT. LANGLEY'S,
41 Union Street.
J. J. MILLEB. J.WAIEttMAN.
MILLER & WATERMAN,
Auction ct Commission Merchants.
WILL give particular attention to the pubUV a-al private
sale of Merchandise and Prorjertr of every description.
and will make prompt returns for the same.
Itefcr, by Permission, to
J.B. &.W A. Ross, T. R. Bloom, J.F- Winter, L. M. Lamar,
x. jmjou, ATesuieni aianuiacmrers ca, jiaean, ueergn ; .
M. Davidson, La Roch,- & Bell, R Habersham &- Sans. Brtgham,
Baldwin & Co.. T.J. Walsh. Savannah, Georgia; W. C. Dates &
Son. Charleston. 9 . C. aajS Oei
SOME VERY NICE FRR3H
"A liittle More Citler' too."
ROBERT R. BOYD,
NO. 17 MARKET STREET.
LL persons desirous of getting a pairofgood
i4,tu (.loves lorscvcniy-iivc vcnis,
will do well to call seen a.
BorjrfcldA: Giintrath's Fancy Store,
Na 5X5 Cherry Strwt.
T UTt,.h,STS nnene.1 the nretliest ponds eree hratleh
Nashville. ' Admittance' free. novt
a. RCTHiRrcsn. JOII.t SCOTT
T. S. RUTHERFURD & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
33 Levee and CO Commercial Streets,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
TS. RUTIIERFURD A. CO. will give prompt and carefu
. att. ntlon tn all consignments 'risi tMr crres)ethetits.
for tale in St. Iais,anl mpectfullyiioKeit orders forthepur-
ehase of Western produce generally.
They bet: to refer to
Messrs. W II Ooano.ti: Co., Nashville.
R A Barhc Prestdert Bank of Missouri.
J A BaowKtai, , Presi.len Merchants Bank, St. Louis.
Jaxis Wa'.2ar, E), Nashville.
Jauxs II Lt'CA,, Esq, St uoois.
J J Amnsos. Esq, PnsUent Bank of St Lnni,.
I STKO J1ENT.
rjpUE undersigned bars for tile a large assortment of
unsi.t; i i.iti i a a it i;.ii ax -g-.s
of every variety, sty!, and price, to which the atUntloa of tht
is lespectfully invited. Also
i ror. ran' r. Eve's roetet Cases.
M.y' " "
" " Tournlouet.
Together with a very large stcck of Amputating, Obstetrical,
veaiai and irepancmg lnstrumeni, oi en Kinds
RAINS & BROWN,
Whole sa'e and Retail Agents for the sale of the celebrated
Tieman InstrumentalnNarhville. reiiSrl
I. C. NICHOLSON. D. UCMPUKEY.
NICHOLSON Sc HUMPHREY.
E have this day leducad our entire stock of Dress Silks
and Embiohleries to cost fer cash. The styles are of the
latest designs and tlie quality of a superior order also, a choice
Rlction of staple aud fancy Dry Uoods, at exceedingly lew
pries. The majority of these goods included those of oar se
cond importation th.s fall whicn enables us to Silt then much
less than those bought earlier in tbe season.
H3l-Ot iMUlIULU.t IlUJIl'llitKY.
Manny's coniDiuca Reaper and
rKjrra wood's ijiproatistent. Thi,
WW celebrated lachlne eceived tbefirstrremilnn o'aGrard
Jold Mzsal, as the best combined Reacing and MowiagMaebine
at the great United States Agricultural Fair, held at Louisville,
Ky., in September, 1957. The trial came off near Syracuse, New
Ycrk, in July, where all the principal Machines tn the United
State, were thoroughly tested. The committee made theirawards
thrsugh Marshal P. Wilder, President United States Agrirultaral
Society, at Louisville, Ky.
it also received the award a, the best Reaper, and a, the best
Mower, before two separate committees, appointed by the Presi
dent of the Davidson County Agricultural Society, at Nashville
In July, 1S57, over taost of the machines now in use in Tenn.
Numerous other premiums and award, were given this MaUn,
during the last season, over every Machine In America.
xne aoore macnines are lor sals oy ue uaaersigned,
B. S. CHEATHAM,
General Agent for the State.
FISHER, WHSELES Av CO.,
Budget of Fun,
Porter's Spirit f the Times,
Flag of Our Union,
New lork Ledger,
New York Weekly.
New York Heiald,
New York Mercury,
Hew York Clipper.
Our Musical Friend,
Tbe Jloiical Worm,
Harper's Weekly, eke, Ac.
Snbiarlrtlon received and latestcopies sold by
nov33 No. 41 College Street.
WESSEL & THOMPSONS'
40 AND 42 ITNION STREET,
FIItE WOHKS, ,Vc.,fortheholklay, ;
ISO Packages Fire Crackers;
150)000 best quality of Torpedoes :
Some PIra Wheals, Serpents, arc., just received and fersa'ety
" ESiEL & THOMPSON.
TIJE recent declino In Havana Mugars eruble, nito sell Can
dy from this date until fcrker notice at 1 1'.' per 100 Ihes.
Terms cash. WEASEL A. THOMPSON.
25 boxes best quality of Macearcni just received by
WESSEL 4fc THOJIPSON.
Country Merchants'wlll find eur tsck faR and amrted,
now and throughout Ibe Holiday Seisn, also at pries to stilt
aovlS Nos ill and 42 L"ni..n Street.
JUST received a splendid lot of Roman Itcaiitit,,
also to arrive in a few oa; s a tew ba'reti Xelloivltell
f lowers, large and fise,and another 1-jt of prime TIMO
THY HA Y,for sale by A JENKINS,
novlO No. 14 Market StreeU
Furs for tlie IaIies.
SECOND ARRIVAL JiT
WATERFIELD A." WALKER'S.
OWING to the good demssd for Ladies.' Dress Fun at WAT
XRFIELD & WALKER'S, they have been indoee.1 to er
der a second supply they are going off rapily at very raaderate
IF YOB WANT THE FINEST DRESS HAT
ot the season, call at
n0T19 Wt 1 ERFIELD A WALKBE'S.
WILL be sold to the highest bidder, on the Square. It Nash
ville, on Saturday, SCth November, a flue brncd mare,
and nine bead of Durham cattle, bulls, cows snd heifer,, rn a
credit of four months, notes with approved security required.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE partnership hitherto existing between HAnAsei Joint
sow Ir this day dissolved by mutual consent The accounts
against the firm will be set led byUsganek. Treanor, and those
Indebted to the firm are requested to make payment to them.
J011N T. HAG IN.
novSg A. W. JOHNSON.
J HAVE this day sold my entire Interest la the Book, Pcriodl
1 calanl Stationery Business, to Joha 0. Treanor, and hope th.t
the Hberil patronage heretofore bestowed on me will be extended
to the nsw firm. A. W. JOUSSON.
BAKERY AN CONFECTIONERY.
A ISO, received a fine assortment of French Confectioneries.
atL I am still manufacturing that A No 1 Candy, and I am
selling it a, cheap as any other house la the city. I nave made
recently additions to my Bakery, and I am sew able to furnUh a
great many more of those extra large Loaves ot Bread, with all
rarity of Cakes, Pies, ic CHAS. ROBERTSON,
nov3-dtr Ne 17 Market Street.
THREE YEARS OLD WHISKIES.
VV cy u. a. old WtUxj l'tXil?J
- TARRANT S
This valuable and popular Medicine, prepared la conformity with
ie analysis of the raters of tba celebrated Seltzer Spring, la
Germany, In a most convenient and portable form. baa.
unl rersally received tbe mast favorable recom
mendations of the Med leal profession and
a Discerning Pub be, a, the
MOST EFFICIENT AND AOREEABU
Tn use, and as being entitled to speeial prefmei.ee over the man
iiizerai cpruigwaiers, ooiiu r-oraersand oiner atmuaraxU
do, both from it, corapaetnes, and greater efficacy. It may Le
nsed with, the best effect la all
BlBitmt and FedrS DUtaeet, Siet Headache, leu of Appe
tite, Iidtgettwn, and aS etmOar eeapiaMt, peculiarly
incident to the
SPRING AND SUMMER SEASONS.
It ts'psrticularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by Se aai
Land, Residents In Hot Climates, Persons of Sedentary
Habits. Invalids, and Ooavaleweats: Captains ot
Vessels aad Planters will find It a valuable ad
iitionto their MeitMne Chest.
With those who have rued ic, it has high favor and is deemed to.
In a torpid etate of the Liter It renders great servlcs inre-storin-
In Gout anil humatUTt gives the best satisfaction, al
laying all tafiammatory ympteais,aatt la many cases eSecuuby
caring those agUcied.
Ii tvccfit tn cases of Gravel, JmUetttie, Hrarfinm and
Cbtt irenesa Prove, i. to be a MedMse of tba great,! aUUty.
Acidity 0 tht itamaeh. and th dittrtttiny etcinet set
tftsoi during yrfnaty YWds speedily, and with marked
s access atater Its keaHbfel inAaense.
ItajT&nb tht greaUHeUtf ta ttou afflicted tcUh rrab
feci to the Pile Seatly aotlBg ea the bowels, neu&alialnr all
lrritiiing es-retisns, and thereby removing all insamaatory ten
dencies. In set, U it inraluaSMn att eaee where a Gentle Aprie
It i, in the form of a powder, earefally put up ia bottles, ta
keep in any cliaate.aad merely requires water piured upen It ta
prod ace adeligfctfa! estervescent beverage.
Taken In the mornisg, !t never interferes with the avocations
of tbe: dsy, acting pec Uy on the system, restoring the diseatjvs
posrr.-s, exciting a healthy aad vigerous tone ot the stomach, aad
crnUBif a eiastieity cf mind and Sow of spirits which give start
to every enjoyment. It also enables the invalid to enjoy many
loxuiei with impunity, frme which, he must otherwise be de
barred. And without which life is irksome and distressing-
Numerou, testimonials from professional and ether gentlemen
of tbe highest standing Ihroaibout the conn try, and its stendlly
increasing popularity for a series of years, strongly guarantee its
efficacy and valuable character, and ceximend it ta tha favorable
notice of an intelligent public
Xl-farcu aou aom, st nwesato ami acuui bj
JOHN A. TARRANT Jc CO.,Drogjists.
unel5-dly No. 278 0reenwichst..cer. Warren.ST.T.
, NEW BOOKS.
IN STORE AND FOR SALE BY
ZF jE C3- A 1ST
NO. 41 COLLEGE STREET.
Thirty Ysirs a Tnz Aatmc Rxstexi ; Or, tsie Adrentares cf
Sir John Franklin Price S I 5&
Futs YcassABOtROTnx WHALasir. By W. B. Whitecar. One
volume, limo cloth . SI ta.
M. tax's Boost er Annuls
do do do Press and Poetry,
do do do Tab, and Stories,
do do do Bird,,
do do da Wonders,
Each la Cloth; ISmo. Price 73 cents.
Dice urn hi, Fr!bs. Bv Caitaariae M. Trowbridge. Price "5c
Mv Third Booc-a collection of Tales, by Mrs. Moulton.
I.'m.vnl. race 1 1 so.
Piclau. By Augusu Kvans. Price S I 23.
Lira . to Tsaviuof Alexander Von IIumboMt.wita en litre-
ductwa y Bavard Tailor, la ew volume, rnce SI x3.
Two Wats to Wxxaocx, a Novel. Pries SI S3.
F. HAG AN has just recelsed Sloan's City and Suburbia Ar
chitecture, containing numerous desiins and details foe subtle
edifice and private residence,.
Sloan s Model Architect, wttn desirne, spectaeauons, ana era-
mate. SttMn's Carpenter's new Gesde, Riddle's Sdentlfie Stair
Builder, with other Standard tnd valuable works on Building,
F. n.VQAN has lust received a lares sad central assertineat
of Mediell Backs, ameeg wMeh are
Gray s Kew Work on Anatomy;
Gray's Work on Surgery, at No. 39 Market Street.
octaS-dAwtf 41 College Street.
F E E I G h rr ,
fTi KTWEBN Nashvill, Memphis and KnexvWe, and SUtions
WP oa last Bast Teoneeaee aad tsswraja Railrmd.
ttate la teats per 1(X) lb,, between Vatti and Knsxville,
and Statiswa s Hat Tenneawe aad Seenia Railroad. -
First Class sixty cents per one handred pounds;
SeeeEsi do do do da do;
Third io Forty revet ceats per ose hundred penndj;
Fetirtb do Thirty fire da do do do.
Ute in cents Mr one hundred peuads, tecween Metnrhls and
Kpexville, aad Sutkns on the East Tennessee aad Georgia Rail
First Class, aiaety-Bve cents per ooe huadred pounds j
Seeand Class, ninety flee cents per oae baadred pounds;
Tassel Class, seveaty-ave coats per etc haadred pounds;
Fourth Clau, fifty six ee- ts per ea, buadiva pounds.
Will he carried from the celebrated Plaster Banks ta Virginias
to CaiiaiMKand Datum, and Statiuas na the East Tsenneasa
and (leers hi Railroad, at six dollars per bin ef it30 peuads.
Ta asaviit aaa ail srancae ea ine .aanvtne uraisanooc;
Rallrwid, at nine dollars per tor of xewi pounds.
Aho.te TasctuaMa aad Stations kast of Tnscumbia, an tba
Maaphl, h. Charleston Read, at atse iMIar, per ten, aftd all S ta
lons wes.of xuscameta,at Iweise dollars -er ion.
Spirit, ef targets tree, caeapbiue, burning Seal, and varnish ,
will onlr be ukeaat ewaei'a risk.
GoBpaeder aad fttettea mateaes. and other cenbustiMearU
cles will be eMrged at local rates of cash Read, aad eniy a
AsrlsiMeralrmpleraeet,. baraiaV Md,owner'i risk of leak
agt ; haafeeta, twiee Srst elaw rates; baMta. Miads, bonnets,
Kisiss; beets and eboes. tread. baTaln robes, brushes aad brocsus,
broetaeswaptessvslinsa parse, at owner's risk ef leakage; eisr
boys acid., and utherraeeaieals. tloahle first class rates; eabinrt
ware, knocked etowo, aad well boxed, lint class rate.: enrus, car
Iietiag, eotlis roatectiuitery, chairs, bcxe l, t vice fit stelatsrats;
tigats bexei and .trapped; cassia ia seats cap.; covers ard
SK.ves,eleekaLl weigata; eepprr and brass vrMeis; dem'ofen,
o iter's risk, twice first, class rats, drugs in bales aad boxes . dry
gat it. ta hexes, eaies aal trnaKs; mrsiitare, set up aad boxed,
twice first etas, rates. fcrBitare xaockesl Am ard aelt boxed,
first claes rates; farm wagocs, in i,ie -es; fcaihrs, tcri, firs. In
irens: tMt, frcrh; sjardea seeds, gluaware, wiesf.w class, crapes.
In kegs; aats aad ease, hides, (dry, leose; tmsvbeld soods (not
faratture well boxed; balr, ia tacks; iek, indige, ledia rubber
Toodi, lea tber (teese-.) itsiuer la glass; leeoenseaek-U; Iocklnr
glassef , boxed, t vice first class rat-,; machinery, boxed; roatrases,
twice first elass rate,; laestMiags aad pietere lyase,, Mats actl
rues. mtsiKiatt. mueiets; marwe, wreatrat, at ewner a risk:
ta-aeuresaad tHbs, raost in saeks: anuical instrseBls,nunerat
water, ta asses nuts in begs: enters ia kesrs aad eaas: eraerea
sacked, eil in etasa; paper aaglags. not hexed, preservesio;
grass, u owner s rrsc: piexies in glass. owner rise, rvm tear,
pa' tries; printicg presses piaao fortes,atoner'rsk.porterandi
ale inches; pmoli-is and pictures well boxed: rattan, russia
rctstles;seea2 boilers, thirty fret se-d under; Stettin boilers over
thirty feet, aae am a aaJf first class rates; sutiesery. scythe
at, -ale and scalebetutsneiboxed; .leighs, boxed, twice Csa
das, rate,; sieve,, ai owner's risk; sweet potatees, shting, stove
pile, pririts turpeotine stove ptsles et owner's nsk; sewing ua
chines; trunks, tlDttaie, boxed, trees aad abrabbery bailed, at
owner's risk, one and a half Brat elaaa tales ; twine; tey.. bo red :
umoreitas; veneetiog, aec aoxed, varnt.fi; wagons, etdMret. s,
net boxed, twice tint class rates: wasess and heeer horses.
boxed, one an t a half first class rates; wax, wine, la boxes or bas
kets; whfpe, whaleboees, wheelbarrows; wooden ware, wagon lei
loes ana tows;wiiiw wsre.twrcearttciaii rates; wosl.
Anttmosy, crude; apples, dried, baking powders, bed cords
bbgs, begsksg, bells, bottles: brimstone ia boxes or kegs, binder!
twards, burlaps, berries, cetten waste; caain eetton, wooles ani
Leupen. candles, cocoa, chocolate; cotfes ground, la boxes or
barrels; caps'ans, etatia In bags or boxes: china ware in caa'ts.
currants, dried; cutlery. Chair stall in rough; copper plates,
sfceeU. bolts, pigs, wire, nails or roads: copper bottoms; cheeu
In boxes er casks; clover and grass seed . crockery la boxes and
barrels; congress and belford water la boxes or barrels; ay
woods in boxes or raneis; domestic sheeting, ablrtiny, ticking
aaddcaitaain e-igiaal bales; daek, drugs ta casks; deer sklnx,
pressed; Sax seea.liax U.ed; forks, hay aa-1 manure; ginger.
gine,gumeepal; greceries asserted (Bet othwite specified); grass
and clover seed, hydes. dry, in bales: honey, hoes, bops; herring
in b-es; hemp, Iron. hoop aad sheet: leather in rolls or boxes;
liquor in wood, liquorice; lead, pipe ba- and sheet; mahogany,
boards and plank; mexbte Blabs, unwroagit. owner's risk, mess
pre. sed ia bap-,; nnts lab rrelser cask,; takum, oilcloth; paints
in boxes aad oaoj; palm leaf pressed; prater's ink, la kegs ol
barrels: j-eper In boxes: pasteboard: peaches dried; printing pa
per , prunes ia cask s, pepper; paper haasta gs ia bole.; pickles la
casks pipes, rabbercar springs, loose, rubber packing and hose;
rsJsias, strapped, rags la sacks; seytbes, shovels, spades Soap;
spice, stareb,sud4lrTy; urdines in boxes, sheep and of her skins
ia bale,, abet is bags, sugar la bags; scale aad scale beams boxed;
tebaeeo la bales; tobacco cut ia boxes er barrels- taw, tea, type;
veneering boxed, wood in aha pes. wire, willow reeds ia bundles;
wrapping paper; yarn pressed and balled: awe in rolls and sheets.
Anvils, axes; ale aad leer In wood, beef la barrels; bacon well
packed in boxes or casks; bar Ha, beaes, boiler floes; black lead
:nbarre4s;ewrkandcemHls; carriage springs, boxes and axels;
tndvr io 'Arrets or lfrieads; crockery la crates and hogsheads;
code ami cbicko-y; copper ia boxes and cask,, crucibles, chain I,
toote: dye weeds, ia sties; apses, salts, in barn la; gum aaelac,
In eriglaal package,; hardware; heof, and horns, hides, frees,
herrings la kees.beoks aad hinges; Iron safe., iron railing; Iron
aketten.lreafeaciag,; Junk. Jute, lard la gecd kegs or cans,
lead In casks or pig; lightning reds ia bundles; lime in casks;
rnodsVrinltdfslseads, tatitstoaes finished; maailla; mineral wa
ter ( Va. aad Tenn ) in ke-rs or barrels; nails ia bag,; oysters and
ceases ia sled at owner's nsk; oil in bogabeass and barrels,
paints, dry aatl in oil, pork ia barrels; rubber carspilsgs tn boxesr
sad casks, rubber belting: salaratas la boxes; spelter, shot la
less; sosta ia boxes: tin plate boxed; tebaeeo manufactured ta
boxesasd ksgs;veasso8ln barrels or boxes; Vinegar, wire fenc
ing, white lead, whisky In barrels.
Anchors, Alum, In barrel, and hogsheads; brimstone In barrsli
and hegbead,;Mesehiog salts, burr blocks; bar ley, bar tee. cot
ton in ttals;eedash In tierce, and boxes; car rbeels and axlM,
cements, chalk, clay, chain, cable, chain la casks cocoa oil;
eattb, paint, eatlbern and atone ware in crates sad hor-iheads;
flan tilted, fence wire; Aus la casks aad boxes; Sour in barrels
and sacks; ssui pipe; guana: horse shoes lapsekages; iron, bar,
btad,ptg boiler, asst railroad; ires, aetsand riT.ts.lroa cast
ing, heavy; tseem3ltvetre; Mad ptastu: moltMe., Bahosaay
legs, marbte In block uawrvagM. ksillstoaes ir rough; nails and
spikes, aaH rses.ores, lead, eeppsr, iroa atn . n beaM or bar
rels; pitcXplaairr, palm oil. putty; ras pressed In bales; rice;
rsJtrvssd eavlrs atsd spake, rtteia; ritrgla, rope, sum c, salt,
snaa. as; steet, sa la 'oitshaide, kairels aad boxes; srora an
wrtxight; jieia ia ree, bsr4s or esek.; takratiu in kegs, barrels
or eak; terste ersi aad sssf in easts aad rMgaheads; tin, tar,
tla in psssK tsrreissanif. . telefssaii wire. UHow; whHmg: wa.
terpHs. tsirerejMe. wteat ia well sewed esaakarg or twiUed
h.ae sbsertla casks asvi earn; sta lapsgs.
tswaTseJ" t take estsetea the 1st day ef September, ISIS, aad
continue ueell other iwtiee.
K. W. COLE,
Sup. XaehHUe f- Chattanooga B.&
W. J. ROftJ,
Supi. Jfempnt Charleston X. Rl
... r K.O. JAOKSON,
sep. tf fuy. Eatt Tenn. t Georgia, B. B,
Keep it Before the People !
THAT the Rait Roads have agreed to the following low rates,
of reseat, to-wlc
JYomyathtWcto EnoxrWe. and aU Stati n on the Eatt
Tmneu.ee and Georgia BaUraad.
Dry food, and all artMes asmuy eUased In first an J second
classss, ytt 10 puaBds. M cents.
Hardware, bacon, bird, whisky la barrels, aad aU articles
of third e!, per hundred pounds 7 o
Susar, molasses, tunr, leaf tebacee, and all articles .f
rodrth oU, per 100 pends yi ds
From NatheUuto Cenir-jl Depot, Va.,andak etatian es.
on tht Mrgtnia and Ttnnatee BaUreetd, article clotted
Fl-st rlats, per 160 pnnm., t i i M ff? cents
Second do do ' ,,, 77 de
Thin; do do Jn ,. na do
Fourth do da do M da
And from Se'heBle tf Lynehiurf, Teu. and ait ttJtioti
uet oh the Virginia Jb JenneuetBi . t Central Dept.
First Class, per lui pounds 1.KS cents.
Secead do do ilo , SI da
Tinrd do do do Ml da
Fourth do do do " S3 da
IO0reat dispatch aad safety gives te freights aadsavlaj
of insurance over tsss rsote.
The Tariffs menUeeed above eever a large area, ef rich, pro
ductive territory inTenneaieea'id Virginia, which, from its geo
graphical position, onitht to lecc to rjaihTllle for supplies. A
wor toy effon trade al tats Haw by the Nashville Merchants, may
secure to them the large smd Increasmg bu-lneta of this sretitra
of country. . K. W. COLE,
acts Superintendent Nashville A Chattanooga R. R
GODEY FOR DECEMRER.
GODEY'S Lady's Rook for December, just recalred by
HAOAN Ir. JOtLSsON,
aorlS Periodlool Arrats
THE subscribers to the Stock of the Snriar Street Fridga
Company are requested to meet at the efice ef A. V.b.
LindsIey.Xsq., on Saturday, the lth day ofDecmaher next, for
the purpose of electing seven Directors
By order of I 'HE COMMISaiONIBS.
300doxea0yxteri,who! aad hdf cans af MaltbyYr
t.H. ..inimso. SSHI WJ
wxaasi fc ruoMxsoy,
-E'en rlTt at I
hin iirssso sttiIiW