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NASHVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12; 1861,
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THIS GREATEST B3H3DY
In Tlio world.
Tie thonisndi npon flusK
tail who axe dally nilce Ma
jun Strengthening Cardial
JS5(y that ft ii abtol-tely a
huWiDie reap j , 'i.
rJsJat ' .iWrod and -Heated rys-l ftTTtTfr"'
, oretakin&to!7uriint ud enriehinguier taimg.
the Bleed restoring the tick, tnEenn tnvaua u
nvtr.llT 1!D STRENGTH,
' There is no Mistake About It.
II wilt nn V.I..T nnnnUlstl.'STSMDl. ClirrhCBX, DjS33
iery, Headache, De.iretsion'of Spirits, Fever Mid Ague, Inward
motzt jhh it ream t or e niiTUT? uwwiui kwuv i .wvw
jurat TAEnta .sin
WWH9il,Vil VfcT r-00-Vsti,
I Produce and Commission
:& or on o, 23. -fcss,
No. fi Colics o. St., near CUurcil,
TISFS constantly on hud a large stock el all kinds ol
;f.ri vhhil V?tfft ?..,.. fin the dread of a bad harvest. Franco "parchMed mmurvTie.,if P mnn he mft .Jm;.;..
vw fuw tHHttgK wheat to the amount of 250 000,000 of franca. The tire abuityTar . acouainUntt rmtaSTdTiaS
I narvest is now said to have turned out better than 1 of busmen,. mi the. .Miit-? tn i.on
was expected, and part of the purchased wheat will insight Into character, and an inflexible dete'rmina-
-hi. uuu .a exact nonestv. fidelity- and ecnnonnr from all
,.. TT those entrusted with the condaet of detaiL la these-
b.ncral Ixciti, aualiflcations GenFrmnyifhr,. hr, i.v-,-
DHT63J Xri-Wecfcly 85 "Weekly S3.
I est cash pries.
Orders filled at the shortest notice, at the low-
Rates ox Advertising1.
XZX IJZZB OS-LIS CONSTTXUrB A SQUABS.
IB EX DAHT.
RE J UVENATING ELIXIR! Eusll0ls ristt
' 5)000 Bushels Onions,
Prepared en the strictest Pharmaceutical principles by cat et
uuesi utmiri iceaii.
Osilastrttoa, 2100 Etch tidlHonallntJrtica,
i wit 3 uu jMcas-aiuonaitoniare,
I - 50
1 Uth, c 00
- SOD m- M
X - 12 CO . .
1 18 00
is - eta .
TheEaperor cf China is dead. The Japanese It .not tho Administration which Jus condemned
Government declares itHelf entirely unconnected him. The Congressional Committe appointed at the
with the late outrage on the British Legation. The extra session to Investigate the character of the ar-
authonties are in search of the assassins, and have my contracts, has- sat at St. Louis and patiently in-
arrested three of tjem. restieated the entircc method andresnlt of Ron v.
The only news from Turkey is that tho Turkish I monfs administration, and has beeaobliged to con-
CO I troocshave been defeated bv th tn
I TUI8 Ii altorether a new aeSdsa, the retail ol nodera. !
dlJCOTerlet In the Tegttaue kusdosi, tang an ectlrel; i
new and abftract method of core, IrrttpeetiTe of all the old and
worn oat ertteai onbllihed br accoapliiaed asacki to the niter.
lnj. Dr. Wrljht, will knovlnj the deception prtctlsed span the
uninitiated, felt u mi amy at enee to nan uui auxu teetea cj.
tne wnoie nmtrt.i x cai(7. woo, wiwveu- ctco on niwrnung
rsloe. hire dree In their adherence to ttt perfect and sndlrlded
control over tne Trnoie psjncu nun wnen ui inuna ui seen
radial, ud when all other medldnee known to the Fharateo
pcoU have been tried In Tain. Long-thought yean of patient
InTestlntlen. ana a nu aetpraaaum aeteminauon ait
crowned the Doctor's effort!, and he cow cceri tee Xllzlr to taf-
TTPdEKTl.lUETT.doTcn'wlihto be Hcalihy, Etronr and I ferine hnmxnity as the only thing that caacae the follovlsr
4Vlroro'c7 ' j diieues namely I
irf LADIES do you want tne uicco 01 ueaiui w aouii i uenerai iieomiy,
enrOseeluaralnT Oien co at ones and get llental anoThyilcal Sepreeson,
for which ws will pay the hlghest'mrket prices.
tept Mo S Cells p: street
B B O0KH0S c BBO.
Bales prims Timothy for sale by
iep3 B B OOraOB c BEO.
B B O0HK0R t BBO,
'Mciiban'sStrcnetUcnltis Cordial an tl Blood
bl.i(inin..h II U wnrrTlted to rlTB litltfaetlon. I
wllleareanjdieaeor theEldnere.'Wonb.or Bladder I'alnt
Bg,OktrnctedlIettrnatIon, Falling of the Womb, Barren
neat, or any.dlseue arising from Chronic or Herroni Debility,
Do yon wantyotaVdeUcste, eicWy.pnny CMtdren, to ba Hsalthy
.XNUfo OOBDIAIi, (ie the directions on each bettle) It udt-
ITF One table-rpoonfal, Utaa erery noralag. tatting, ii a sare
jrerenOTe agalntt Chills and rever, Tellow lerer, Cholera or
any preruiii c cuoue. ,
f!jOAUTIOSI Beware of Dragghti orDealtre who may
tryto palm npon yonatnttle of Bitten orSansparilla.Cwhlch
they can buy cheap,) by saying it li jctt ai good. There are
rrf a men bahk enongn u. i:ei! part or my name te ana uici
TILSdecoetissa Arold mci Inhiaona PIUATES and their
TlIlianouicomFonndi! AstforDr. Jr U. McLean'iStrength;
enlng Oordlaland Blood Poriner. Take nothing fist, it is tne
nly remedy that will Pnrifyyoir Blood thoronehly. and, at
the same Ume.8TBENarHES tnd- IKViaOOATS the whole
organisation. It Is pet np In larie Bottief 81 per bottle, or
kz ocntiej tor J.
Determination of Blood to tki Hud,
Bntlaunesi and Bleeplettness at Night,
A wen ca or uoscniaramcieney,
Lou of Appetite,
Disorganization of the Organs et
Palpitation cf the Heart,
And, In fact, all the eonoomltants of a nervous and debilitated
state cf the system.-
Bushels for sale by
B B CONNOB Jc BBO,
200 BS?te nU b'
I NASUVIIiLE AND CHATTANOOGA It. It.
DB Jl H McLS&S. Enb Proprietor,
Comer of Third and Fine streets, bu ixian
' .DJIKcLEAN'S CNIVEltSAli PILLS,
rorXlTer Complninta Blllousneoa Head
rTHE3BnainTiabeen'if0ATnABTI0 medicine 'oCeredU
8 the public, that has given teen entire satisfaction ai Us-
XKA1T8 DNITXR8AL PILLS.
Seing entirely vegetable, they are perfectly Innocent and can
be taken by the most tender Infant; yet prompt and powerful Is
remoTing all Bilious secretloas. Acid or Impure, Petti Matter
. -rromtnebtoaacn. on race tney are ua oruyrtus uatuoiua
; . . They J rod nee n Griping, glckness or Pain la the Stemach or take his
Bowels, tncuga very active ana earcning in meir upanuam,
eromotlni healthr secretloni of the Liver and Kidneys. Who
will sal from Bllionsntis, Headache and Foul Stomach, when
" u cheap aremedy can be obtained I Keep them constantly on
Am a Stlmnlant,
It It anlts different from alcoholic preparations. It It not tab
est to reactions in any shape ; It continues te exert its InCuenct
gradually sad eSLciently, ai long as the least necessity exists fsr
Its prtMnesi .
As a Female Medicines
It It m tally ccwerfnl and effective, and restores the equilibrium
sooner and safer than all the other meJidnts which for jean
hare flooded the market, and which are only lnjsrioos. In place
or assisting or renovating the constitution , tor a very good res
sou, too, that they are only made from the elusions of minds
gecrant of the hledical profession altogether.
Ii o Minerals I
Sr. Wrlzht thinks It well to stake his profenlonal character
on the fact, that no minerals whatever form the least component
parts of the Ingredient of his Bsinvenatiax Elixir well know
isg whit ruin has been entailed on the casus unity by opium and
eeneraiiy. to tn debilitated. Dr. Wrisnt would tar, clever
despair. M matter how worn down jou may be, no matter haw
weak yoa are no matter wait tne cause may nave been forsake
at once whatever has led yoa to depart from Hygienic principles
hind r a slnrle dote, taken irr season, mav srevent hours, darsi
andsonths of sickness. Ask for Dr. J. rf. McLean's Univer
sal Pais. Take no other'. Being coated they are tasteless. Price
only 5 cents per box, .and can be tent by mall to any part ef
she united states.
J. H. McLEAN, Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine streets, St. Louis, Mo.
UX.B. MCLEAK'S VOLCANIC OIL L1N1
best External In tlio World Sor Man or
Vi ? ; ' s " ' Uenst.
TH0U8AKD8 if r-imasbdags JavjUcasirrflKaorae
ereptitade and mlslry, ty tho u of this rnralniHf Lini
ment. It will relieve PAIN alnoit lnetanUnesnily, zxA It
will dessse, purify arJ heal tho foulest bOKS in t j inereiibbj
jhort timt, -AcLKAirt '.OI-CANiaolLLINIMi :-?v;il rc
ltefethe-ial-lnvaa.c-- csjir lienaatum. ir .-r
Far ?r 'tj. o. t.ttJ Vase'o i?u2r- or Vi3i
oe!s in the Joint? iictcl t oi Llgacects, It wui ucvei .'ill
TrroapplicatUaitiJl caisiivre Jlhroit, Hesdich; or .-rhK
Tar Rairn cr ffcsia. or a-.7 Piia. it is an Infallible Eaxedy
Trvlt. andTcn-will End it 6a fadi-Dinilile remed- Kw il
Vhttil EKS. PARXEas. ct anj one nannK cbarse ot hcrsn
!:ixe EnrfeM aelnt eliljian't Volcanic Oil Linlaieat It
It i ine-4v s.nl Infallible cere for" Galls, Berates, Chares-
Swelling, Lamenece, Srecsy, Forac,"iVouni!s, Ecrttches, cr any
external ditraee. Cry it, ,cn 'Ube coniuoed.
' D3. "S- It. Kci-id,, sole rrcptattor,
i - S&intXoais, Ho.
-JarijaleatPrir-rielcrj pz'.st: if Berryi. L'eaoTllle audO,
Wl Esn-Jenaott. csr-ao-iwKWij
And yoa will toon find yenrxelf a new man a pride instead o
the reverse, to your friends, and s healthy, seund, and worthy
Member of the humaa family.
Ip Price S3 per bottle, or three bottles for S5, and forward
ed by mall to all parti f the United States.
8old by all respectable d-nggisU throughout the United 8 taut
and Canadas. The trade supplied at a liberal discount.
Tor salt by the proprietors,
JT. TVKIGKT & CO.,
.21 and 151 Ohartrts street,
Sold tn Nashville by Q. W. Hendershott, Berry & DemovUlt,
wing k. Pendleton, and all responsible diugjiits. oci?
.nriTTfKltM VOISTAHfJ! PLAJMTATIOM
emthti viiittnie. of allilsei'onhandandQade teorder.Sms
wH. ,t1. VIII PrI.JIu fill n...T:n. Ttnlti-l, ftlnf tt r11
aumbers, Dutei anotor trand, beltlnf, hoisting. andreroUtlng
tcrews, serene wire, picics ana piaster rar:s, ana uubcsku iroa
the E3infeturtrt. which (cables ae to nil best articles at low
iieing a pracucst &qccsLt uiorocgatj bumiimuiak
(h.nr ins nnctles of nllHni ctxratiocs. Millers and Mill
wrights will find it to tbs icierest ts txaolne my stock and
prices beicrs purcnastng. gocai isia us ai in w&c;cuwcu.a
All ordsn and Ocamcr.lcatioEi aiimptly tttendentoi
Pi M. RYAK
Cei Collcgeand Broid Sts.,Nathrllle, Tub
to a. uood
I Desire to pUca ray late residence IK miles west cf the Put
lie Square In the hands cf a good Tenant for a series of year
siion very easy terms Ths premises contain about 12 acres t
superior soil, about half in eultiv'kn the balance In shade as
blae grass. The house, with 8 roems, porches, excellantcellai
ervacti borses, stable, well, Ac. . are all new and comfortabl
To the Gardener, the Dairyman, orGcLtleman, seeking aco
r-niet and retired spot for bis family, free from the heat and dc
of the town, I can'say noplace forrentln Ue vicinity of Haar
'..-vllle offers superior attraetiecs.
To the right man I will make the terms acceptable.
Ohsrry street jiuUNl UKSg&wuui
' C. -I HOWERTOH.
No's S and 10 Fnbllc Square. NasbTllla.
flOAOH and Buggy nareeu of every style and quality kept
j constantly on band and manufactured to order Also,
Boggy Collars, Kip and Hog Ekia Collars, Bridles, Haltert,
and all other ar Ides made by Harness Manufacturers all e' the
bestQatrrials and the finest workmanship, all of which will 1
sol d as cheap as can be bought anywnere in he United Stat a
loU L HOWERTON'S Uaraess has been awarded thesrfJiU
tii rrtvitoim at the Tennessee State Fair, tlie Kentucky Itat
Talrat Bowlinf! Green, at the Liaestoaa County TairiAMt.
DSAfrinttcralselet7at Ath!:s, .
CHANGE OS SCHEDULE.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 5tb,18Ql,
Passenger Trains on the Nashville and Chattanooga Bailrotd
will ran as follows
GOING 3 AST.
Leave Nashville at 8:15 A M and 3:03 P U.
Arrive at Chattanooga ISO A II and 5:45 P M.
leave Chattanooga at6AMand !hS0 P H.
ArriTeatNashvlUe at 7:30 A Hand 4.-00 P M.
rffHH Tralss leaving Nashville at 8:15 A Uonnects at War
S. trace with Shelbyville Branch, at Tullahoraa with MciTlna
Tills and Manchester Bailroad. and at Decherd with Winchester
and Alabama Bailmad, at Cowan with Sewanee Baalroad, and
at Chattanooga with Western and Atlantic Bailroad.
The Trains leaving Nashville at 3.0UPM, eonnects at War
trace with Shelbyville Branch, at 8tevennn with Mamphls and
Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga with Xast Tenn. and
Oso. and Western and Atlantic Bail roads.
Through Tickets to the following points, and at prices nine
ed, can be had at all hours, on app llcation to the Ticket Agent.
itOfice. at Depot I
Klchmond, Ya 437 35
Petersburg . 27 CO
Lynchburg S3 T5
Knoxvlllo 10 50
Charleston .. 21 CO
a.f.n.h , . . 21 00
Macon 15 00
Atlanta 11 00
Colnmbm 1G 50
Montgomery IS 00
Hnntsvillo. 5 SO
Orand Junction 10 00
Memphis- 10 50
Holly Springs, Miss...-. II 00
Oanton . 17 50
Hew Orleans 24 00
Beraheba Sprins3..... . 7 50
lIcilinnTilla. 4 30
p- - ? "St. W. COLS, 8unrlntad9
ncss for thft nnit?nn. Prpftirlpnt Tjinwiln- ftnT.ant.
The bank of France has obtained a loan of 2.-Ian tannest anrl -riT;-r hsjr nn nlrjrnt;Ti Knt t
000,000 sterling from tha bank of Unirlanrl, Th I
French Bank is to draw through Rothschilds and I his purely rrulitiry capacity may have ai chance to
Other Paris firms, linen TlothsehiH of T. mdorr. firr I r,m vn ?taolf-tnnl.ram VTn .faaT i,,!.... -..!
1,000.000. and unon Sarins'. Brothers Ca of Imnrft-nrmlnt r-fT!i -T.v,(voT,ll hrinrr tn tha fniflii.
London for the othermilllM. ment of his duties Datience.modirat'oi and nracti-
Letters from Genoa affirm that Garibaldi h.ts Ir! rma!nt. r.lpnt
Quitted Caprera; his destination ia unknown. En j succeeds Gen. Fremont, is 'understood to be thus
mors are afloat of a large meetimr of Unncrarisn nnitW
leaders, headed by Kossuth, at which" the idea of an Tho Re t,;. n, vt.
VMM Wf . fc.yVl.1.1 Wli,
thus comments on the report of his' removal;
lie had a brother then ha hannt then he hid tin S
The dispatches published yesterday mornm? tak
en inconjun,tion with private ad rices from VVash-
iogton, justified the conclusion that - General Fre
mont had Anally been removed. This morninsr
we are clad to say, that the King of Prussia ia at tne n8WS eojially satisfactory that he
present more bent upon domestic reform than for-1 has not Deen removed. So we vibrate st tnemer
eign iDtrfcues. There is a chance, we think, that c7 of the mimetic wires.
he is likely to justify the hopes which the Lib I No official notice of removal has been received at
eral party entertained at his accession. anH irreat 1 headquarters in this city. In addition, our regular
lEr autseriben desiring their papen changed must mention land important reforms have been effected. Tce telegrams, published in this issue, pronounce, on
aPost Office reoi,asweliastheonefo,waich theydesln tht King of Prutsia left Camaeigne at half past twelve lhe nthority of the correspondent of the New York
lancttObemade. I nr. T..l. ipi. v: , -r. I BmH Hnhimi .nna inhan.nMh.Hliii
peror is said to have been moat cordial; and as used I Geoeral Fremont's removal is a canard ; and that
1XTEKESTI.G EUROPEAN NEWS. I e lc? ,asmon 10 ay at nasnmgton, in reference , B siuai:ruxarEcetveu.iaiinaiaucussionin
Great Britain. 1 0f tha lnthsarfl fhATi.it nfiTincaf tha Pm.iio ooJ to the decission of PresWent Lincoln. If this ho
The following news is brought by the Europa, not but exercise a hippy Influence on the relations true &e 105,11 people of the country, all of whom
BXaSWABLU AT P13A8UB9.
, One Square, one year. $30 lash additional Square, 3 It.
dTertlsera exccedlntr tno apace contracted
lor, "Will te cbarged for tne excess.
IS TUX WXEKXT.
On Dauaxm&nian for tha first-and rnrrv-Rnnfrr
rabseqc en t Insertion,
Aavertuementa published in both the Daily and. Weekly, wil
a charged the fell !&tlnt. with ..irt. w..vi f .
added. Hunearian republic was abandoned, and three can.
jrsniHSMjiHniuruiuiniiiDi naix wnr ai i-w xcmo, I .1 , a ..m r.. ih. n r .1 . .
3 , . ' : iuiimko IGKI.KU1UI UQ V.i U n II Ul UUb CUUU Tl.
i iuo luiL-riiew wtuca xias inteiy laxen pi&co oe-
SPBOIALNOTio-.-rh.rn.in.AvnTr.i.mrfMi reaoy set anoai a great amount o: gossip, anaru
Slf ttrCdlU vvon Vi4 Dim tvlUm, AH mnn art dtttvmH I mor is ousy wiui tne Tjronotals wnich. it is alletr
ai in txptraium or M4 iwuror tsaicA ihej Kant ott ea, win oe iam Detore tne aiae or Prussia at Cam
tXSla. SUOSCnntTM will hATMllLlA. Tihjirrt tI p uAu4nSfa I : m i - . , - ,
UabmtUlrLbaair TrA uv' Basoa to oeuove. nowever.
luiUu MiJtariptlon it renewed Vi paper vnU i4 dltzntln
ved. ThUU a rule from tcAicA then will be no departure
"VTcfcS for tie even mart, ana renew four tvburiptlon
uio juib audhcui x per annum n aavanee.
TH-Weekly Unas a nn Amci 15 ver annum in ad
which left Liverpool on the 19th of October:
The Paris correspondent of the London Times
writes that the discussion as to the common line
of policy to be adopted by France and England on
the American question has been again renewed
The subject has been mooted before but was again
of the two Governments.
have confidence in the patriotism and integrity of
me ntei xaziatrate ot tne nation, will be satisfied.
Frozen np in the Arctic Regions. Smy 1118 "ecision oe maoe at once, jainer con-
A Peterhead (Enelandl whaler, named the Alert. iY "t ,r?m!ai m P?" or remove
I,,. ...,i. s t , , . . . ,'i mm. uis oest inenas preiernis removal to tins
4 .1 Jr a.f e . - .v v wet . .
the Prince Napoleon may have contributed to make the crew being wholly unprepared to face the hoc- uBC7whTS
tha tnMmeui tn n.tn tn v,;v. I rihln vn nf the u, r, .!, I .WCC7 which hxs characterized its treatment of tha
.uw w.uta. w. i, v.. w -.-J -- ii VVi IliUUVO.I. l iii ii I - - - -J w. M.u V. IU1U i W iiV ii , ii ii Li kXiC I . .i I
mialit Vifl Tni?A hr Tvnirlflnil in th!a voannnr I TlPrifthpii trnm aril ol.. t?e-Br,inl?f wlrir, sent.,- I
...mm J .w.MMi. . ktaiWM IX - WW. "i" i. WWM. J ii ii ki . . ii i. ii M3Hr
iucwuuuuu uwucKiicaufuuiuieuixLu mi;iuiiow..iiui: icwutu iuciu, uuiv teu uu. ux tile onzinat I T-r
! . . iiltr 1 I .1 ... I - . . .- , , . 1 I riAULJ
iug jj itgraiiu- ii c iratu irum ui suuicquu source wncjjijr nrauneu, sou tuey were mucn m,. p,rt. j.i-i,,. r7 r v. c. . 1.
thnt n nntifipminn h hppn ;SB,i .ff.riin tha eniPPhtM hir H. Tho r.nt.in nf thn,o.i .1 Philadelphia Ledger of the 30th ult farnishes
trade with the Southern States. It would anDear. ported that the American vessels which wintered 1 010 following in regard to the trial of the crew cap.
from tee letter oi instructions issued, by Mr. Mem. I our nod met with poor success. Dp to tha middle I tared on the Enchantress
minger tnm i tuenmona, on tne i2d of August, ot August no wnaies had been caught In that Yesterday In the Umed States CircuitCourt before
uiiiinirautuu.w uuiciuuiuin ouuct:i.ll ICJ. Hwi. 4 JurttTPB tiripf tinrl rTiriar.I.ri.- (hi. Mn tV.
sets coming from foreign countries to enter any
port on tne boutnern coast, declaring that such
port sliall be considered a proper port of entry for
such vessel,!! the master or ownec shall, with
out delay, dispatch a. messenger to the nearest col
lection district, in order that the revenue officer
may be sent by the collector to take charge of the
r.nni th liat- nf tha.Taff Tl. ?- f . .1 X
1tTtrj,.l,..... t w ...Vi - i. ii-.id UU.IG., n&w wUUUIVw
Miscellaneous. I nf r..m wnn ... fa .v. Zr ..-
In financial and manufacturing matters in Earone r.thsr -orhn ,r,t,.-,i nn i..j t,n f .i
tho cotixin question is yet supreme, occupying thou-1 tress, was the most respectable looking of the whole
sands of tongues, and nearly every pen and every party, and during the air davs that the trials lasted
paper, it grows In importance every day. he seemed to be an anxious- spectator of tho nro-
c; wings. Sis conduct tn this respect was in mark-
The building for the International Exhibition at
nn i.nn..!.. .,n f.w.. Ki;A. : 1 I. I I . I -. n . t 1 CQ - -, 1 -. I
-i6, ii. ,.i. wu wiiiiuu.to "itu v.-"- i u iiiuac--iug verj jiuijr aou i ea contrast to tnat of tne other prisoners, none of
nection with the entry of the goods." satisfactorily. The number of applications from whom, with the- exception of Qnigley, appeared to
At a conservative demonstration in Ejsex. Cant I the United Kinzdom alone for allotments of
jarvia.amemDeroiraruament, expatiated on the is asout lo.ooo, twing more than 1.500 above the sacbusetts. and his fatherwhoia & Justice of tha
war in. ainenca ana its cnect in .tngianti. lie ar numoer in 1851. flearly six hundred were received Peace at East Cambridge, has been in constant at
gued in favor of the right of secession, and nreed I on the last day. fconrUnr-o nn fho rnn. .in. tha -.T- oi
that the people of England should give such a The Great Eastern was at Ifilford on Sunday last, (and he had engaged F.J. Brewsi;r.Esi forthede
strong expression ci tneir sentiments as would fee made an average speed of 10 knots per hour i fence. A jury was soon obutaed, and' Mr. Wm. D.
iuuu.c mo vui -tiiiii.uk iu U.-11 m ,uuiTuaui;e. iuere-i me o.rov nam v:u:uaiusva, tutu sieerea -xi Keiiey, on benairat the.' government, in; adurtsii5
nciucijr wen. nec ireceeaar repairs iu oe epeea- tne Court and jury, said :
The London Jtmrs, in an editorial cn the Day of ily effected.but eho will now lie up for the. winter. 17101 the concurrence or my colleagues, and with
Humiliation in America, says that amid all the tur- ' The only theatrical new ia. the announcement .of the "entire approval' of my own judgment I rise to
moH of war, a change in tho morals of communis tha opening; of tb"e Itoyal Eoghah Opera at Convent perform, what i always a. nleatattt duty te a rirose.
v vuu tav Uwk wt auwva tku - at l .uaa a -u-l M I tn i i ji ihi
menng ot a new iutva, and. says
Amencassare inc intd t ) ccaevc ;
OXD SACilBifl j3ITEI-S,
rTtHSSS delldeuj and far-famed Bitters an reoommended by
3. the Tlrvt Phyilcians of the country, on accoact of their
PUBITY AND GB3AT MEDICINAL TIBIUB
fhey are Dleasant as nectar to the taste, and are nronounced
the best Tonic and Stimulant ever offered to the public
Their curative powers la cases of Genera Debility, Lett ot
Appetite, Oonstipation, etc., are nuparalleled, and at a gsaran
tee tnat we reel warranted id claiming wait we do, we beg lean
to state that our assertions are endorsed by
rroi j jiiijL.iri , oi taio uoiicgei
rrm. xiax.oiui imuaacuusoiuii
tad hundreds of ethers.
Per sale by arosers.wlct Merc s, end Dr nggist mtrauy
Principal Depot. 1U WalUf Saw Tcrk. "
fi N SURA HCE COHPAHf,
CAPITAL 6100,0001 ALL PAID IN.
Ornci at Jio. 3S, corner of Cedar tireet and TuMte Bquare
57 ILL taka risks against Loss or Damage by fire on Build
on Shipments against lou or damage by Seal and rivers to and
Tom ail pesntt.
&LU jusu on Ntgroct against tas dangen cf tct SlTtri
Aaxx. laaa, W. T. Sxut,
Jcx Emxiut, Hcen McOiuu,
Jtxa Woods, Joitjii Xswauss,
B C.MclUnv, lUTMoaaax,
Wi H. Bvlssi
AL3XAND3S PALL, Preside!
Jastzt Wiicxa, Seo ttary. anglT
H3W B0QS3 TO f33 WI2I AND S0OIB.
MEMPHIS, JACUSON, SEW OltUEA.'VS,
VICCSUURO. MOIJjE, IlICItMATV,
COLUMBUS, AC '
COJlMXlxCWG THUR3DJL1 XrT31E2B 2KA, 1DH.
Trains will ran ea follows
3i30 P M Memphis Express Buns Daily makes direct
conccctioa with all points booth and West. Distance tuorter
and time lest than by any ether Bonte
Through Tickets for rale at Ticket Ofict In L, & N. Bailrcad
I Depot, to Memphis. Hlcknsn. Paris. Humboldt, Mcllerrie,
Jackson, New Orleans and Mobile,
The Bualar Freiitnt Train leaves Fashvllls Moadays,
Wednesd-T" and Fridays at 8 A M, and arrives In Nashville
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 2 P M
ON Tcetdsythe12thof November, 1661, at. the late rest
denceof William Allison, decested, two miles South
Collerj Grove, on the Nashville, Nolensrille and Parminston
Turnpike. I will expose to sale to the highest tidderthe follow
ing property, to wit: The Boutehold and Kitchen Furniture,
the farmtnenntensllt. three wseonr, tne beggy ted haront.
twelve head of cattle, several superior and fine blooded Milch
Court, thirty tlx hones and cults, 175 pork and 150 stock hogs,
the crop of corn fodder oats, c
Tesxns of Su.ie.--AH tamt of 35 and under, cash.
On ail tan s over thst as: cunt a crtdlt of twelve months wiUbl
given, notes with two good securities being in every case re
quired, and the term t of the salt to be complied with beftre
the property it removed. JaMJta ALLIcON,
oci2-dtd Executor ot William Allison, dte'd.
Country Kesltlcnce'for Sale
AVERT desirable pl.ee, one hour's ride from Nashville,
house Dtirtr new, centalnine ten rooms conveniently aa
aaged. Pour acres of rich land with 150 choice frait trees of
all kinds. Potseuioa given at any time.
Address P P., Box 191, Nashvllje; sep81 '61-d3m
-E3L"?tS, SEESftS ZSitS
IVashvillc and Decatur Railroad
' CHANGE 07 SOHEDULB.
IIIKOOOII TO MEMPHIS IN 17 HOURS.
fV and after Snnday, July Slit, ISM, Mall Train will leave
y natnnue uaiiy at r si.
Beturnlng,arrlreat Nashville at 1:15 A M.
Way Passenger Trains will leave Nashville daily, excert Eon
lays, at 0 A 11.
uetcrmng, arrive at nasnvuie cao p. Hi
rrp The 6 A. M. Train connects with Trains to Hunts-
rill: and Chattanooga.
irp The 7 P. M. Train eonnects wtth Trains to Corinth.
jrana junction, uempms, ana urn urieans-
Ialyl9-tf W. O'NPZBSINS,
no. S3 rubllc Square, JtaalivIIlc, Tennis
AYING male exteniive additiens, and Ucrearrd our facil
itiei for macnractnrtcr.wt are now piepared to fnrnish,
at short notice, every variety and all qualities of Hats.
octj2--d2w A. J PRaNCISOO.
2,000j DOZEJI AT ATS,
ON hard and ready fordelivery, consisting of different colors,
suitab.e for army purposes, and Ue country trade
A. J. F-ANCI-CO,
cct25-d2w 23 Public Square.
CAPS, CAPS, CAI'S,
rf"VP every variety and style for men and boyi, for the Pall
jf and Wlnur.
A. J. IB4N0I3CO.
No. 23 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
F U HBUAL
43 0HU0H STBCST,
- - Tanncsaao,
NasmriLU, Sept. 11, 18S1.
f g VIE Bank of West Tennessee, at Memphis hat deposi'ed
B lunds at the Planters' Bank of Tennessee, at Nashville,
for the redemption cf Its notesi
sepu.-wiv i iua.x, uasnicr.
a. ram. joes s Jskis. a. a. sauxt
PATRE. JAiOJaS & CO.
(Successors to Messrs. S. A. G. Noel & Co.)
No. 4 Martlet Street.
NASH VILLE, r TENNESSEE
TfAoIesoie Grocers. Commission Merchant
tan naauaa is
Foreign uui) OoinsiIc Liquors
TOBACCO. CltiAUij, Ac, A'C
ALFO GBSTe OP LCUIBlAiiA eUOAJt PLANT3RE'
J OB thc.sale cf Engar andMobwMs.tLij.t.ei direct from the
3" FlantatiOotto our accrees.
If-solicit a. portion of thrt liberal palrccai; I ittaV
Itowe-j on theolJ firm. PAitif, JAMBS k CO
aag-.--u f ir ai
Micical Bcsxac, Ws-tzrh DiraaTxsxr;)
Bowling urten, Kw , Oct. Si, 1861. i
To My Professional Brethren.
TBEG leave to etk a favor ef yon. Many of yu will be able
to erant U-ertdnlT none will retme. In ths new regi-
mcnti wnich -a now oeine formed for the Confederate States
Army In the Wert there is a deficiency of Surgical Instruments
Yon, more than ether men, are scniitile ef tte effect wh.ch such
a want if left nnsupplied must exercise upon toe lives cf thoss
cf onr natriot soldiers who are woondel in bttls I tserefore
appeal to those of yon who are not in fiequentneedcf yourara
puut ng, trephining ard other of the larger instruments, to
torward them to the Med.cal Purveyors either here er Memphis,
Tesn-,ertomtself. Pair prices will bs sllowed yoa lor all
such Instruments as maybe received, I speak t phyecians
I knew what their response will be. I am very truly.
11. W. IAIIi)JSOi,
Uedicll Director Western Department 0. S. A.
1 LOT cf Wotlen Ksrsey and Licsey.
octii5-dtf ABMSTB0NQ k. 00.
M. LUSKEY Sz CO.,
peace, though it will shew a mutilation
security sgainstinore secession in future, v.ill be
the ers of a better and more orderly government
ia the Northern States generally. ,
Dr. iiusseus last letter to the Tints 13 dated
Washicgton, October Sth. In it he alludes to the
great expedition to sad at the end of October, and
says tne government 13 determined. to open a cotton
port; and it docs not believe in the oaths of the
Sontherners-that they will never give a bale of
cotton, to the Yankees, but thinks that the temnta
tion of the high prices prevailing will attract large
supplies of cotton to the port lor exportation. Thu
a government monopoly may be created ia cotton
and the strong protectionists will scarcely fail to
put on the screws with foreign customers. The
writer thinks that for the present tho Urge ports
ot toe &outn arc toieraoiy sate.
The owner of the ship Boyne has brought for
ward grievances against the United fatates Govern
ment for tne prohibition, oi that vessel from ede:
ing &Tannah before the blockade was established
and claims compensation for losses.
Tbc Supply and Consumption or Cotton
. Th! total computed stock- of cotton at Liverpool
onUctoserJ-ltn wa3 711,360 bales; at tne corres
ponding period of las, year it was 831,190. The
total falling off in the stock of American cotton is
far more decided, the total of that growth now held
not being much more than 400,000 bales. The late
extensive introduction of the speculative element
into the cotton trade is the strongest feature of all,
cs marking its increasing disorganization. The
shipping of cotton from Liverpool to the United
States has now assumed considerable dimensions
tbe expositions during September amounted to
3,703 bales, all of which, except 321 bales, being
American produce. It is supposed, nowevcr, that
the manufacturers have a much larger stock on
hand than they usually have. For the last three
months they haYo taken cotton at the rate of 52,700
bales per week; during tee iirst nx montns ot this
year they tooK at tho rate ot 43,741 bales weekly :
and as the average! weekly delivery of 18C0 was 48,
C07 bales, it is supposed that they can keep out of the
market for a cocsideral time, bhort time also occa
sions a weekly reduction of 16,000 bales, and this re'
duction will rapidly.incrcase. This will also bring
about another result, for tbe diminution of pro
duction will cause the stock on band to rise in
value ; and It is worthy of remark that the ex
portation uf goods 13 rapidly increasing.
Suffering and Brcnd Riots anions; tbe
There is very little news from the Continent It
may be summed up as consisting of notices of bread
riot3, and ol the fear of them in various directions,
particularly in rans and omer parts oi a ranee,
where the price is alarmingly high, and while tbe
old debt of the city oi i'ans to tne bakers remains
large. Tho subject is causing great alarm, and
money is flowing from the Bank of France to pur
chase corn from abroad, mere are 40,uuu women
out of employ in Lyons, and things losk very grave
at Rouen and other places. 1 he French harvest
has undoubtedly fallen very short of the national
wants ; and tnis exceptional state ot wings, occur-
lng at the time when the commercial treaty be
tween England and France comes into operation,
has tended to modify its working in some particu
lars. It is evident that if the French people unex
pectedly find themselyes oll;ged to increase largrly
their expenditure in foreign ioo'd.they mustrestrain
their desire to purchase other foreign articles of h ss
necessity. In Paris tho shop windows teem with
articles ticketed English carpets, English stockings,
English rszors, &c, many of which are of undoubt
ed French origin; and many counters groan under
the burden of goods which had never crossed the
channel.lbut which are disposed of, as the produce
of England. This is an undoubta'ble proof that
there is a desire to possess English Manufactures.
From an at present unknown cause, the average of
tbe duration of life Is rapidly diminishing. From
1825 to 1850 this average was forty years', it ia now
very little more than thirty-seven years, according
to recent statistical returns.
We are sorry to hear of bread riots in Bologna,
ard of apprehended disturbances about food in
Southern Italy. The municipal and provincial coun
cils of Naples are stirring themselves to find work
and food fsr the-people; a largo appropriation has
been made for making roads in tbe province of Sa
Ierna, and two millions and a half of ducats voted
for public works by tbe municipality of Naples.
nu ' . . . i , . ..f, nfcr.t, V.
wyryql to toV Bestir shurfaeHon.agdvlll eti.d the test
any-oiiawte; sem wimwt injur. irp- 1
All eriersfraai dhtaaeepreaptly executed. ajpl,-3a
Abundant Harvests in France.
. The best-in fact the only' r.ewa from France is
that tho price' of Tf hijn falling in all tho markets.
the season are many of the nems ot the rich rtvor-
loire of tha theatre, and new operas and operattts
oy uaiie uiover, u eorge iiiniey, jiaciarren, Hoard
cault, Plancba. Wallace, Ac. Tr. Vanderhoof has
died, universally respected, ia hir seventy-second
It improper to state why thia course is jiursued.
Tho Kichantress, the vessel captured from which
the defendant was brought to this- Court, waa one
of the fastest sailing vesaela that eer left a nort in
tho Uni'ed States, and it was the judgment of Mr.
Page, the chief mate, and the owaers, when first
privately examined as to the testimony they would
give, that there must have, been setaebody on beard
who did not wish to carry her to Charleston or Sa
vannah. The fact that sixteen days had elapsed
from the time of her capture eft' Nantucket Shoals
and herre-canture" ofl Hatteras wis evidence con-.
elusive to these gentlemen that there had been tomo
fair play to her owners and fool play to hc"r cap
tors ; the investigation of all the facts soda dis-
ircs on Fremont' Re
The removal of Gen. Fremont was believed In
New York at the date of our latest advices. We
give the comments of the leading metropolitan
preas of the inorth on the subject :
Prom ths Hew Tcrk Tribune.
Should the Executive see fit to superceue him we closed the important one that Ebea Lane had been
shall defer to that act as one clearly within ths the navigator of tho Enchantress. It is the-fade-
rresident s discretion, lhe suggestion that tho ment and belief of the witnesses on whom tha Gov-
miOTU jeiimus ut utaerai rremom, or airaid or I ernment would rely on a trial or tbis deferfdant.
his bearing off the laurels of the contest, is utterly that his intention was cot that tbe- vessel should
-uuiemuuuiu. .ue uiiymi.-ja.agB, out Aoranam lain have a safe harbor in Charleston
com wm never displace trensral iremont except It has not been the disposition of tha Government
, -- .- i"v me out-ess oi me I to ODtain a conviction upon anywiog but tbe,mest
national arms will thereby bs Dromoted. Let the I
President never hesitate to plase and displace mili ihit the Gorernment new presenH this bill and aaks
uui.-.aiu uciuul iiuui units w tune ueeoi. i a verdict of not guilty.
uiusi cuuuuure to uio puauc gooa, ana never fear Judge Grier said he acqniesced in t'f correct
inatne wiu not ne sustained in so doine. even bv npM nf t!,o rannoiMinnni h-r the r. ,...,mnt'.
tnose wnoaejuugment may cmer from bis own. counsel ; and tha jury then rendered a verdict of
uu;.uenerai r remcntis yet tae commander 01 tne nnt o-niltv. :
Uepartment of Missouri, and as such is to be res- Mr. Brewster now moved the Cowrt for the dis-
pectea una sustained, lie is nearly in front of a charge of Mr. Lice, but the jiidies were of ODinion
large rebel army, flushed with recent triumnh. that it would not be nnnur tn ilfaprii-B him t
i - J . i. . , j e , l ...... - . . -
uiunaueu miu uw imuuer- ut several counues. once witnout lirst ascertammg whether the Juov-
advantageously posted, and led by one of th;ablest I ernment proposed to hold him .as a prisoner of war
vjcucrma iii iuo ruuei sernre. ouuu are in cir- 1 or on snv nthi. chrn
cumstances under which thsalferaii sees fit to flish Later In the day. Commodore rendeerast. ot the
over Missouri and tbe whole country the assertion I Philadelphia station, issued an order for the u'neon-
tnat tren. r remont is aoout to oo stripped of nts I ditional dischartre of tha defendant, and ha waa set
cotumana lor reasons wnicn impeacn nis ability or l at liberty.
his energy. Can there be a doubt that th's is giving I Line alleges that at night he navigated the vessel
uui buwiui . w iuc cucui waaiiai uiaL i l ii i .unii, uud in ins uay time couin.
ders it hardly less than treason? Thm ends the trial of the first batch of pirates.
frtm the New Tort World. and the whole proceedings have been chiracter-
It is announced by telegraph, from Washington, i-ed with great dignity on the part of all concerned
. , . , . 1 , - .- It . Ill, Ihn ......... Thn .....nl . V. . f .
iaai tae Aumuuairsuoii, in tibh oi ail tae circum I a" -uo uiiuiki, uuuiiur uiuuut-
stances of the case, csnsiders itself bnnml tn to. ernment and the prisoners, have acted with calm
organize General Fremont's miliary department D5!S throughout, notwithstanding the supposed ex-
wnicn will involve tne necessity or transferring 1 iien.u. " lUB puuuc miua, aaa tae pruoners can
that officer to some other field of dutv. It mnst he I safely say they have had a fair trial.
taken for cranted that none hntvervnro-ent rpnanns I The trial of the Petrel pirates will be commenced
dictate this Step, in the face of such an imminent I on nonday next.
crisis a3 now exists m Missouri. But the Admicis
tration has moved In this matter with peculiar care. I Florida Leaf Tobacco. 4
It has dupatched the Secretary of War to the spot g f,r ofn3Ittr ae rU)MtlnITIXOt
to obtain absolute assurance of its facts, and now A r.rrl...i
forms the .conclusion only after the most mature de- drel pounds each, of g aJei snitaele fer fillers and wrspoersi
liberation. Tha nublic mind, thonsh it has hnt I Thtse lobacco are u -cemmocly Has tsd year, a id wt advlie
.v limitp,! Vnnwlf.r?r.n nf the faae -rill otlll ha lir f the manufacturers of elgan, or spesalaUra, U send on their
tic surprised by the fiaal decieion. So far as rsgaris
tbe administrative conduct ot tne department, Uen
Fremont's friends have scarcely even attempted to
disprove the charges of loose mansgment and great
In respect to tne military operations, tbe facts
unfortunately are too patent not to have produced
a very unfavorable impression. The disparity be
tween his means in Hand and biSiXesults etlected has
engendered a wiae spread distrust among the peo
ple ol ma military competency tor a position carry
ictrsuch momentous responsibilities. Even those
who have always ranked themselves amontr his
greatest admirers and supporters have been forced
to doubt. In this mood of the public mind, acquies
cence in tne action ot me Aiiministrauon. witiiits
entire knowledge of the merits of the case, will be
easy. Whatever that action shall be, there can be
no appeal from it if required by the public interests.
Personal considerations are nothing when the fate
of the Union is at stake r and no man will sooner
recognize thi3 than General Fremont himself, whose
patriotism has ever been a controlling element of
Prom the New Tcrk Timet
The confused and conflicting rumors which have
been circulated in relation to the commander of tbe
army of the West, this moniiog assume consistency.
The Administration has determined to deprive Gen.
Fremont of his command. This decision is not
founded upon demonstrated unfitness of the Gener
al for the actual duties of the soldier. His courage
undisputed: his ability to lead cn army into battle
and to manage it so as to insure victory, ia untried.
No one indeed will call in question the many frank
and gallant qualiti-s which have given a romantic
interest to his history, and so strongly attracted the
regard of a l&rg portion f th people. But to the
General in charter of s. lactM military department.
something more than the -Uwa arid chivalrous bril
liancy of a gay1 cavalwr 5tKd4d: Upon IhVm-re
orders at an early d te.
ttov. 3, lGI. 0d321
8. WTATT b. Co.,
If3 Xast Bay, Cfeat leston.S.O.
BLACKSMITHS and Finishers can floJ sieidy employment
by railing at our shop XLLI3 te. M0OBE.
Aasavuie, Aovcme.-s,lodI dim
MBNSHAW. the orbital Market street Furniture , man, It
azaln on his pint. Having teen closed op for a few dayt,
j re-opened wit a splendid stock of home manu'actured
N B Old fum iters repaired and made to look at good is new.
Mattretset made to order. B. HXSSUAWf
octl. dim 36 Market street Opposite Union.
AH ASSESS fcr a DrayHarte, which the owner can lavs by
Fayiag for this advertisement. , octl2
To Tanners. - ,3
WI will pay the highest market price for good well tanned
Leather. f every ditcrtplljn tn ths rough, dsUreredat
our home, No. 48 Manet ttrttt, Nash tilie, Tenn. '
iT'Gstette, ratrtot, uanaer, and HaabvH'e cnnsuasjzaiivo-
cate copy two weeks. J. M0BB0T. & BON. 3
Leather, Leather, Leather
WASTID to finish Leather of all limit in Bough-. , Sheep
8kins.Barnus.BrUIeandDpper Lea tier flnlihrrl la
the best manner. :.e
Also, wanted to buy leather aalatMd snl In ron;a.at .
u. a. .uiwUusixj
No. 53 Cherry atrtet. Nashville. -tan.
October 18th. 1861-dlia
Farm to Kent for 1SG2.
Tnifirnnowoccap'edby W. B. Luras, Eso;, tttoatedbe
twess IheMurfreessoto and yoknsville Torn pikes, three
cries from Nashvrlle, oonralnlxg stvraty acrat of first rate land,
good d wellin, touie auo all necessary eutbaildingx. Tbe place
bu bees o cupUd ior many yrars cast by lu present-tenant,
who, Jo using it as a market garde i and ofehard, hat put it In
perfeetflrdefc To gardearltt.--5wTt!r-re advantage.
-Par tersur&;, apply to ALEX-J. PtlBTJB,
novJ-tf ' Coefer'sB-acat.