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B. R. ilcKENNIE AND GEO. B. BROWN,
O.SDZrt TJIK FIRM OF
It. It. WcKENWIE A CO.
F- r. Mt-CI.VTr, Ei'itor,
FT. K. WALKEK, Assistawt Editor.
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TIICBSDAV7IR3inCf AlC. 30,1855.
LonisrUls and Kashvills Eailroad Re-Letting of
the Work Election of Directors, o.
Tbe people of Davidson county and other
localities interested will be gratified to see,
from an advertisement which npeftred in our
paper yesterday, that the Louisville and Nash
ville Railroad Company will receive proposals
nntil tbe 15th of October, for completing the
pradaation and masonry of the road, between
Nashville and Bowling Green 72 miles.
We nnderetand that the Company, having got
rid of the contract with Messrs. Seymour &
Co., which had hitherto rested like an incubus
upon all their efforts to adopt a new and more
efficient basis of operations, will now devote
their utmost energies to the completion of the
work that this end of the line is to have a
full share of their attention, and an equitable
proportion of the means at the disposal of the
Board of Directors that the 6tock subscrip
tions of each county will, as far as practicable,
be appropriated to the work in its own limits
and that with the means thus subscribed on
the line from Nashville to Bowling Green it is
believed the road between these two points,
, can be prepared for the iron. The State aid
from Tennessee, if accepted, as we now pre
sume it will be, will euable the Company to
iron and equip the road from Nashville to the
State line, and it is believed they can raise suf
ficient additional means between the State
line and Bowling Green to iron and equip it to
the latter place. This done, Louisville will
not, cannot fail, to meet us at that point.
By another advertisement appearing in our
paper this morning, it is seen that the stock
holders of the Company are to elect a new
Board of Directors at Louisville on the first
Monday in October. To this advertisement,
we would call the particular attention of the
proper authorities of Davidson county, and of
all the counties on the line of the road, inter
ested as stockholders, especially as far as Bow
ling Green, and nrge upon them to bo efficient
ly represented in this election, not by proxy
but by competent men identified with them
in local interest and feeling. The counties on
the line from Bowling Green to Nashville, in
elusive, own more than a million of dollars in
stock, which they are bonnd to pay, and it
behooves them, therefore, to be provident and
vigilant in securing a fair proportionate itiflu
ence in the organization of the Board.
On one single feature only, of the future
policy of the Company, will we undertake to
speak at this time. The people of this section
were favorably impressed with Gov. llelm'a
election to the Presidency of the Company, a
year ago. His past history gives a prestige
of efficiency and reliability which is exceed
ingly important to the chief officer of so vast
and complicated an enterprise. Bis inter
course with our citizens has contributed much
according to all wo see and hear, to deepen
widen, and confirm those favorable impres
Ions and wo are sure the Board could not
do better than to retain him as President.
Disappeared MvaTEitiousLY. Ilicbard A
Curd, Esq., a merchant of Louisville, of the
firm cf Thos. A. Hunt & Co., disappeared very
mysteriously on Thursday night of last week.
Suspicion of foul p'ay is entertained, but no
clue to the cause of his disappearance has been
The difficulty existing between Gov. Johkson
and Thomas T. StiiLicr, Esq , having, at our request,
been referred to us by their respective friends, Gen,
S. R. Akdkrson and John A. McEwgn, Esq., with the
consent of their principals, we are happy to be able
to state that it baa been settled in a manner honor
able and satisfactory to both parties.
B. V. CHE ATI! AM,
WASHINGTON' It ARROW.
Nashville, Aug. 2'.th, 1855.
For the Nashville True Whl(.
American Eally in Centrevills.
Notwithstanding the defeat of the Hon. M. P,
Gintkt for Governor of Tennessee, and the result
in the recent elections In the States of Virginia,
Alabama and North Carolina, the American party
in old II id man bad one of the most enthusiastic
rallies on the S4thjust., that has been in the county
since 1844, by any party, and we are now confident
that oar party is in a more prosperous condition
than ever before. Wf had a larger crowd than
usual for our town, and particularly so of ladies.
We feel flittered with so large a turnout of the
beauty and Intelligence of Contreville aud vicinity,
and with the interest the fair ones took in the causa
of "Samuel " and tbeir beloved country.
At eight o'clock, P. 11., the procession made it
appearance In the Publio Square, under the guid
ance of Mr. T. W. Smith. In front was a small
band of martil music, followed by an escort of
Infantry, who did honor to themselves, their party,
and to their country, by the dexterity with which
they bandied their musket, and that too with
scarcely any training. They also had a beautiful
flag, made by the bands of cue- of Tennessee's
fairest daghters, who looks more to " Sam's" boys,
to save, protect, aud perpetuate this Uuion, than
ha does to progressive Democracy with its con
verging lines and Jacob ladder, to save the Uuion
or go to Ilearen on. We feel gratified to acknowl
edge our obligations to her, and any others who
tnay bav assisted in the noble work, and Uke a
pleasure in giving ber our sincere thanks for bar
kinJiess, and mote particularly, since it baa been
aid that there was no lady in liickmaa who favor
ed tba cause of "Sam," with capacity enough to
Bake a respectable dag.
Tbe transparencies came next, and although we
have seen many belonging to both parties, we bave
sever seen a more beautiful selection of motto,
cor a finer lot of lights. The fir was a large one,
carried by two men, wilb a selection of lb beat
tnottos of th American party and an etqulaUely
car red Ameiicio ea-l on II
Then came a nmuVr of others with different em.
blems and mottoes, and among other, "Andy" ou
Jacob's ladder, tha converging tinea, Ao. After
they were exhibited to the delight of tha rpect. 1
'tori tnd to tb utisiactioo of Sam's boys, tbe Court
bouse was lighted up, the music sent around, and a
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large crowa ot jaaies wuoweu .u uUU
were conducted to the Court house and comfortably
W. T. Leeper, Esq., was then called on for a
epeech by the unanimous voice of the crowd, and
in a few moments bis tall, giant form was seen mak
ing its way ih rough the crowd. lie ascended the
Stand amidst deafening cheers. lie expressed bis
gratitude at seeing such a turnout of both sexes,
lie then proceeded with the ablest speech we baro
beard, of about one hour in length. He spoke of
the various falsehoods and slanders that are hurled
.:., ,n4S American Dartv and of its Drilicioles
I mBt tD American party, and 01 US principles,
Ac; and concluded with an appeal to the intelli
gence of the country to aid us in our good work,
and for tbe sustainance of the Federal Constitution
and the perpetuation of our glorious Uuion. II is
effort cannot be surpassed for elegance and sound
reasoning. II is whole speech was unanswerable,
and it was appreciated by the crowd, we think, from
the many and repeated cheers he received.
Mr. Leeper was an old line Democrat, and bad
always voted with that party until "Samuel" made
bis appearance in old Tennessee. At a late period
in the lat canvass, like Cinciunatus, be was called
from Lis plough, and has done honor to himself, and
gained laurels for the American party that time
itself cannot obliterate; and the sting of his elo
quence and statesmanship will rankle in the vitals
of the antics until we lay them under the sod in
After the speaking, the lights were extinguished
for the present, and the assemblage moved off to
their respective homes, there to remain until called
on to come forth (as Johnson said) to prey upon
the carcasses of the poor, sickening Democracy.
Speakership of the Senate.
To the Editor of the True Whig :
Will you do me the favor to republish the fol
lowing commendatory notice from tho Dandi-iJge
Herald, of the 17th inst., of the Senator elect from
the district in which Gov. Johnson resides:
A. J. Fletcher. We are proud of the race our
friend Col. Fletcher, has run gaining a Senatorial
district to the American cause. He ins fought
manfully against the Sag Nicht, anti-American party,
lie has done the Amciican party as much, or more
good, than any other man in East Tennessee, and
we think it would be doing nothing more than jus
tice to him to elect him Speaker of the Senate.
We think he is qualified to fill the Speaker's chair,
and we know he merits it. We confidently believe
the Senate is American, and we know of no one
who is more fitting than is Cel. Fletcher for Speaker.
We hope hisbieuds will exert themselves in his
From an intimate personal acquaintance with Mr.
Fletcher, I can bear testimony to his eminent qual
ifications for the discharge of the arduous and re
sponsible duties of Speukcr of the Senate. Mr.
Fletcher is a talented man and an able lawyer, and
stands deservedly high in his profession, having
won the enviable distinction accorded him at a bar
that numbers some of the best lawyers in the State.
Although be has never been a member of the Le
gislature, be is well acqnainted with the rules and
usazes which govern deliberative bodies of this
character, while he possesses in an eminent degree
the firmness, the energy, the quick pcrccptiou and
decision aud the the impartiality which are so essen
tially nccesary in a presiding officer. I feel per
fectly safe in predicting that, if elected, Mr. Fletcher
will make one of the best and most popular Spcuk
era the Senate has ever had.
Much is due to East Tennessee for the noble
stand she took in favor of American principles in
tho recent contest Had the other divisions of the
State done as well, Tennessee would have unmis
takeably stood forth, what she unquestionably is,
ax American Stati. Let East Tennessee be hon
ored for ber devotion to the cause; and who so
worthy a recipient of that honor as Akdrkw J,
Fletcher, Esq., who so nobly battled for American
Pbincifles? So successfully did ho conduct the
canvass, that be not only gained district for the
American Party, but ran ahead of Col. Gentry in
that Senatorial district, by about two bundered
votes; and beat his competitor (Gen. Arnold, a man
whom the Whigs in upper East Tennessee in years
gone by, delighted to honor,) by 1196 votes. The
regular Democratic candidate, (Dr. Bell, who rep
resented the district two years ago,) it was found,
could not beat Mr. Fletcher, who was every where
making converts to the American cause by his
masterly and convincing expositions of it princi
ples, and be was withdrawn, and the Democratic
forces were united upon Gen. Thomas D. Arnold,
who took Dr. Bell's place on the track as an old
line Whig and apti-American. This move of the
Johnson Democracy, this dernier resort to prevent
the American party from carrying the Senatorial
district in which Governor Johnson rexides, it was
thought (Gen. Arnold being a powerful man upon
the stump, and withal, very popular) would cer
tainly insure tbe defeat of the American candidate,
and the battle was waged with desperation. Mr.
Fletcher, nothing daunted, "carried the war Into
Africa," while at the same time, he placed before
bis auditors every where, in bold and striking con
trast, the truly national principles of the American
party; and the result has been stated.
Ihcse fact speuk trumpet-toned in favor of Mr.
Fletcher's election to the Speakership of the Senate
by the party be has served with such distinguished
ability and success. Is not this honor due to East
Tennessee through ber noble and patriotic ron ?
AtiitST 23, lt53. 0. R. E.
Prom the London Globe, Aug. 10
Th Pop Brushing up His Thundsr Excommuni
cation of tba King ana Ministry of Sardinia, Ac
It might have been thought that tbe Infallible
Father of the Infallible Church, who had proclaimed
to all Christendom bis egregious exultation in having
decreed a new Article ol raitb in tins neneteenth
century, niurt have kid in a stock of ghostly solace
audgratulation sufficient to last hi time, and might
bave rung bis mru dtuttUi" ia sublime indepen
dence of all sublunary contingencies.
Much to our concern, however. Pope Pius ssouL
be tells us, la "desolated with incredible anguish."
bat 1 still more lamentable is, that the Holy
Father finds himself compelled to do violence to
"that mansuetude end mildness, which, be ac
quaints us, "be derives from nature itself, and to
arm himself with that severity which," he further
acquaints us, "his paternal heart holds in horror I"
Spain, Switzerland, Piedmont, have constrained
Pope Pius to put forth "the Apostolic severity."
UiaSardiuian Majesty and his iliniaers are formally
declared to have incurred "the erealer excommuni
cation and the other ecclesiastical censures and
penalties inflicted by the Sacred Canons, the
Apostolic Constitutions, the General Councils, aud.
above all, the Holy Council of Trent."
The rope ia too gallant a man to go quit. so far
aaiust Vlueeo laabelll at present, and therefore
content himself with reprobating and abrogating
me recent constitutional laws ci that country, and
declaring them null and of none effect, sj
far a they pretend to regulate ectlee al -i
property or deprive the Church of id "power and
liberty" to engage iu active persecution of member
of any other communion who etisi in Spain.
As regard SaitaerUnd, his Holiness is too much
distressed at all that ia going on there, to unburden
himself in detail of bi griet against that country;
but be mean to bold another allocution to the
Secret Consistory on that subject. Spain and
Piedmont eupply the la rtieu table aobject matter for
the two allocution now given to the world.
Tbe reader will ask, what are they all about 7
Way, about the law supprwutting tb rreaU-r number
of miwiaauo orders in Piedmotit. and that recently
paaed ia Spain, abolishing tha tenure of property
iu tuortroaiu, and substituting the public fund for
land at th soerc ol cclesiaaiieal revenae.
In abort, as General Zavala. tbeSpa&Uh tlinUter
for Ljreija Affair, Ull hi Holiness vtry rUiuly
in answer to hla present remonstrances, the main
; pute ii about a nuttier of money. "The Queen's
Government," writes the Minister, "cannot forbear
v, from esDrtMln tba Drofoun(1 with which.
animated as it is by sincerely Catholic dispositions,
it sees the Holy See engaged in a struggle in which
ef en granting all its allegations nothing is in
question but material and mundane interests."
We shall not of course enter into the argument
between the Pope and the General as to the right
seDse of the Concordant of 1851. The latter, in
deed, cuts that question short, ia a style which
might suggest matter for reflection to bis holiness
by saving, that, "at that point things bare now
reached at the height which the question must
j now be treated it matters little whether the terms
the article of the Loncoroant In question Bhould
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T,ji9 Ja g,.gbt inlimatiou Piu. jX that bo j,
not living in the age of Gregory VIL His holiness
however, is in his altitudes also, and insists that the
Concordant definitely established that the Catholic
religion " should continue to be the only reli
gion of tbe Spanish nation, to the exclusion of
erery other worship and that church should always
retain the uses of ber primitive right to acquire
new property, held by whatever title or tenure,
and that this right of property in the church
should be inviolable, not only for what it then pos
sesed, but for what it might acquire thereafter."
As regards the matter of money, which is the
really substantial part of thegrievance, General Za
vala replies that the church la only inclnded in the
general rule now established against the tenure of
property in mortmain and has no right to complain
that it is included in that general rule, whieh admits
no exception, ecclesiaftical or secular.
With regard to the alledged infringement of the
rights of the Catholic religion as the sole religion of
Spain, the Miuister points out that no other form of
public worship is permitted. The liberty of the
church then, one would think, remained intact-
even to the extent that no other church but ber
self enjoys a vestige of it.
This is not enough however for a church which
has had an Inquisition at its orders. Throughout
the;e allocutions the liberty and power of the
church are always coupled. Do you call the church
free, remonstrates bis holiness, where she may not
persecute heretics at their hearths, as well as inter
diet tbeir alters?
Eailroads in Tennessee.
The various railroad enterprises in the West
in which Tennesssee is more or less interested
are progressing at this time with renewed ac
tivity, and promise a brilliant future to on
growing btate. As regards those In which
Nashville is more immediately interested, the
Tennessee and Alabama, the Louisville and
Nashville, the Nashville aud Northwestern
and the Edgefield and Kentucky roads, we
have kept our readers pretty well posted
The following from a late number of the Mem
phis Ajypeal gives a flattering account of the
prospects of those enterprizes in which Mem
phis is more immediately interested :
Goiko Aukad. We yesterday had a brief inter
view with Col. Topp, who has just returned from
.New ) oik. He informs us that he has effected
purchase of iron sufficient to complete his road,
ttne aiempnis ana unio.) to Brownsville. A por-
tiou ot the iron is already in rvew Orleans, and no
cessation will be made in track-laying until finished
to Brownsville, which place it will reach early next
year, l here are already sixteen miles completed,
and passengers will be put on the track in October.
The highest praise is due Col. Topp for the energy
with whicb be has pushed this great work forward,
The Memphis and Charleston Railroad is now
completed to Middleton, some seventy odd miles
Irom this eity, and the cars will in very short time
commence running to that point.
Several hundred tons of iron arrived last week
also lor tne aicmpnis ana orenaaa Koad, and we
learn that track-laying will commenceat once. The
road will be completed to Hernando this fall, and
the time is near at hand when we will be within a
few hours run of the interior of Mississippi.
The future prospects of the Memphis and Little
Rock Railroad are likewise flattering. It is believ
ed that it will be completed to the St. Francis river
between tins time and the first of January.
From these facts it will be seen that all our rail
road enterprises are going rapidly ahead. Memphis
already begins to feel the stimulus which tbey can
not Tail to impart to her business, her prosperity
and her grovfth. A few years more will see us a
city with a population of not less than fifty thousand,
Holding a place in the centre of the Mississippi
Valley, she is now the centre of a creat railroad
system which cannot fail to make ber one of the
first cities cf the Uuion. To capitalists abroad we
would just say, here is the place and note the time
for investment. Come to Memphis, if you desire
either to lay out your means in real estate or em
bat k in business. There is no place in the Soulh
west that holds out such inducements.
We clip the following in regard to the Ala
bam a and Tennessee Railroad from the Mont
gomery Mail :
Alabama and Tennessee River. Railroad.
The Salem Reporter sends us a copy of the report
of tne rrcsideut, (Col. Uoldsby,) to the stockholders
of this road. He learn from it that the road has
reached a "self sustaining point," and that of its
ultimate eomplelion, there can be no doubt. It is
hoped that the cars will be rnnning to the Coosa
river, within a few months. If the irou could be
obtained, it could be completed through, to Jack
sonville, in a very Bhort time. We trust it may
struggle through, so as not to leave all its benefits
to others than the original stockholders. The com
pany has bad a hard time of it, and it would be a
great pity that those who bave done so much for
the interests of Alabama should reap no harvest
themselves. We believe, though, that a little more
pluck on tbe part of stockholders will place them
on safe grounds. So mote it be t
The following notice of another important
cntorprize is from the same paper :
N. E. & S. W. Alabama Railroad. Slade sends
us a copy of the report of E. D. Sanford, Esq.,
chief engineer of this road. A cursory examina
tion leads us to believe, that with proper determin
ation on tbe part of the company, the road can be
built. Its cobt, however, is largo a fraction over
f5.0t0,000. We extract a paragraph :
lou bave a road 2911 miles in length, but 74
per cent longer than a right line between iu
Northern and Southern termini ; nine-tenths of the
line is straight; its curvature very favorable and
gentle; its gradients low, being but thirty-seven feet
per mile against the grade, and of these but 89
miles: it is unencumbered with lengthy expensive
mechanical structures, and embraces comparatively,
but a small portion of heavy grading : its cost.
(tCO.000, or by the usual mode of estimating $17,-
679 per mile,) for it length, is almost in point of
cheapness, without a precedent, being but little
over half tbe average cost of Railroad in the United
States. Thus, with a Road, beautiful in it align
ment, free of objectionable curvature, of very low
gradient and cost, you may be enabled to convey
a heavy traffic of both passengers and freight, with
very great safety, speed, economy, aud your annu
al repairs will be unusually low.
Louisville and 5 ash villa Railroad
The Journal contains the following notice of the
first run of eight mile upon this road :
Kasuvilll Railroad First Traw We bad
the pleasure of receiving an invitation from the
managers of the Nashville road to join an excursion
that waa made on Saturday afternoou, some eight
or ten mile on this road. Accordingly at 4 o'clock
Satuturday, upon arriving at the depot beyond
Broadway, we found tha iron horsa panting and
snorting ready for the ran. A large number of
gentlemen were already there, and tbe.numbcrs were
increased every minute by fresh arrivals, bdiu It
iu evident that if th train waited much longer
ubere would be more passenger than there were
seats; so at the signal away went the untiring
racer at a three-minute pace. The running lime
going out was twenty-seven and returning twenty
minutes; distance between eight and ten miles.
Tbe road aa far as completed i smooth, straight,
level or nearly so, and is remarkably well and sub
stantially constructed. If tbe part we saw b) a fair
sample, we have no hesitation la saying that it will,
when completed and ballasted, be one of the very
beast read in the country. The cross-lief are
more than wsaully close together, they are hewed
with broad base, and are of the best timber.' The
Iron rails are double spiked, and tbeir ends well
ocured in rbair. WeWam that tbe road will be
finished to Shepherds v ilia next month, when
passenger cars will rua rerularlv after that lime.
Tbe President eod Director of tbe company are
exerting themselv U purh forward thi valuable
wort to abvul, and hope to bave it completed
there b the next two yar. It 1 e jpecttd that land
holders along the line who own slaves, will take con-
tracts for constructing portions of tbe road, and will
receive pay, part money and part Stock. In this
way the road will not only be built with less money,
but it will bave the effect to insure a better and
more economical operation of it after iu completion.
In Georgia this mode of buildinz railroads was
extensively practiced with eminent success, The
ueorgia roads are the most prontsble and best '
mauagca roads in tbe nation. We presume that
the road from Memnhi. via Princmnn unit n0rL--
villeand intersecting the Nashville road at some
point, will be finished simultaneously with
completion of the road to Nashville.
The late Win. L. Willis, Esq.
' We have already noticed tho death of Mr.
, Willis, formerly of this city, which occurred
l : n rr nr .
recently in California. We copy from the
Marysville Herald the following proceedings
Of a meeting of the bar of that CltV in refer-
ence to the event
Uartsville, July 10, 1S55.
At a meeting of the Bar of the city of Marysville,
held this day at the office of Messrs. Mulford & Dau
by, upon the occasion of the death ol W. L. Willis
Esq., M. V. B. Dauby, Esq., was elected Chairman
and T. R. Rearden, Esq., was appointed Secretary.
upon motion or t. U. Wneeler, Esq., it was
Resolved, That a committee of three be annniniort
by the Chairman, to draft resolutions expressive of
the Sense of this meeting.
The Chairman appointed, as such committee F
D. Wheeler, Esq., J. J. Foster, Esq , and William
Unon motion of J. O. Goodwin. En it ...
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lietolved, lhat the funeral of the late W. L. Wil
lis take place at 9 o'clock, A. M., on the 11th inst.
Upon motion of Mr. Wheeler, it was
Resolved, That the Chairman appoint eight mem
bers cf the Bar to act as Pall Bearers.
The Chairman designated Messrs. Wheeler, Sting
er, Filkins, Goodwin, Foster, Mott and Hatch.
The Chairman appointed Messrs. Reardan, Hous
ton and Belcher as a committee to make all neces
sary arrangements and provisions for the funeral ;
and on motion of Mr. Filkins, the Chairman of this
meeting was added to said committee.
The meeeting adjourned until the 11th instant,'
.1 Ol 1. 4 1 1 . . .1 . , '.
a oj v kiuva., a. .u., ui ui eei bi iue same place.
Jdlt 1 lm, 8J o'clock, A. SI.
The meeting met pursuant to adjournment.
The committee on resolutions, through the Chair
man thereof, ( E. D. Wheeler, Esq.,) reported the
following preamble and resolutions:
Wukrkas, It has pleased the great Disposer of
human events, to call from the midst of tho living
to the regions of the dead, at an unsuspicious pe
riod of early manhood, our fellow-citizen, our frieud,
ana our orotner in trie protession : and. Whereas.
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it becomes our melancholy, yet pleasurable duty,
on occasions Of this character, OUl of respect for
r.,!: .l i i- , e ,
our own feelings, for the feelinss of surviving friends
and relatives, and for the memory of departed worth,
to bear testimony of our appreciation of our fiiend
whilst in life, and of our regrets at his death, we
therefore adopt the following as au expression of
our united sentiments aud feelings:
Resolved, That in the death of W. L. Willi,
Esq., late member of the Marysville Bar, our com
munity has lost an esteemed and valuable citizen :
our Bar a prominent and rising member ; our coun
try an honorable and worthy son.
Resolved, That we, the members of the Marys
ville Bar, do sincerely condole with the widowed
mother, sister, brother, and other surviving rela
tives of the deceased, in this, their irreparable be
reavement; and that, whilst we feel that our sym
pathies are inadequate to the magnitude of the af
fliction, yet, we fondly hope that this feeble express
ion of our esteem for the dead, may, in some degree,
assuage the sorrows of the living.
HevAvfd, lhat the members of the Bar of this
city wear the usual budge of mourning for thirty
Resolved, That a copy of theso resolutions be i
transmitted to the relatives of the deceased.
Whieh were, upon motion, adopted.
Upon motion of Mr. Filkins, it was
Resolved, That the proeetdings of this meeting,
together with the above resolutions, be published in
the public journals of the city of Marysville.
The meeting was, thereupon, adjourned tine die.
M. V. B. DAUBY, Chairman.
J. B. Rearden, Sec'y.
AOENTLEMAM qualified to give Instruction In the
branches of Education u-ually taught in our best I ng
Inn Seminaries, can get immediate employment by applba.
tion to Havid Ralston, Lewis Williairv or Dr. J. E. Manlove,
Trustees of Zion ge mi nary. White's Creek, Davidson coun
ty, Tenn. au30 tiwtr2iw
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
Locisviixa, August 20, 1535.
BT order of the Roard of Directors, the Annual Meeting
of th Stockholders of the Louisville and Nashville Rail
road, will take place at the Railroad Office in Louisville, on
the first Monday in October next. The Stockholders elect a
Board ol Directors ami tl ey elect a President.
aug30 dit JOUN L. HELM, I'res. HN.R.R.
I WILL he at Clarkwvllle on MONDAY", TUESDAY
and vVEDNSDAY,3d,4lh and 5th of September.
At CTurfreetiboro' on FRIDAY, Septcmbei 7ih, pos
itively for that day only.
At Shelby v II le on SATURDAY, September Sth, pos
itively for that day only.
At Columbia on MONDAY, TUFSOAY and WED- !
NESPAY, ltllb. 11th and 12th of September. j
At Lebanon on SATURDAY, September 15th, post-1
lively for that dy only.
aug80 dawtd J. H. SEMMi.'NS.
A. MORRISON. W. B. GRCDB8.
A. MORRISON & CO.,
Importer! and Wholesale Dealers ia
English, French, German & American
Corner of Square and Dcailcrick St.
WI are now la receipt cf an extensive and well selected
stork of VARIETY GOODS, to which we Invite the
attention of tha City and Country Trade. We are prepared
to offer inducements to cash or short time dealers, and we
solici'. an examination of oar stock, which conisU in part
of the following Goods : Combs, Cutlery, Jewelry, Bruhe,
Plated Ware, Ureas Trimmings, Iri-h Linens, ambrolderies;
Laces, Edgiuir", Linen and Silk Hdkfs, Gloves, Hosiery, Rib
bons, Cmbrellaa, Beads, Toys, Perfumery, and a great vari
ety of articles too tedious to mentiJn. We solicit a call
(rum purchasers. A. MORRISON CO.
7&XSH ARRIVAL Of FALL ft WINTER GOODS.
t. AKORBSOa. w. p. m'lasasms.
ALLISON, ANDERSON &. CO.
WHOLESALE PIALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
HEADY 71 A DC CLOTIIIXG,
No. 41 Public ftqnarc,
A'ASH VILLE, TKSS.
WI ara now in receipt of our FALL AND WINTER
GOODS, embracing a large and well selected atock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, together wiib an ,
extensive assortment ol aaaii aiut n.uiiii.-iu, woi. n ,
wi offer lo tha trad on terms that cannot fall to givt satis- '
faction. Wt solicit a call from tlios visiting our market.
and shall take pleasure In sxhihiting onr stock and prices to ,
them. U80 tfl AU-lSuN, ANLItRauN A CO. j
SEALED PROPOSALS will be reo Ived by the anderslgned
until MONDAY, ths lth day of 0-ner, r the Grad-
asUon, Bridge and Calvert Masonry of 7i nvlea of tha Lo.
isvlile and Kaohrilla Railroad, betweea to town of bowline
Green, Ky., and the city of Nasbvtn. Plans, speeiScaUuna
and prootee of ths work will t ready for examination on
and af er Otnber lOtb at the Company's Uincee at Bowling
Green and Gallatin, where full Information relating to It can
be obtained frsvm tbe Engineers ia charge. Bidden anknowa
to the uderslgned not p'-odaee tesiiusooial frqpi reapoo
sible persons as to their aMIIty, Ae.
By order of U BoarC af infect ors :
O KURD I MacLKOD,
aag-l 4 Chief Kna-ineer.
NASHVILLE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
Till T MALE.
T vtrtM of a deed exeoatew by David A. Col to the
KaaarlU Keikimr AasoeUtirw. date) October St. IV 4.
aad reartMred in Ute KrfMter'e OoV ef DaVKlsow eownty,
in Book No. 14, page , I eriU ell at tbe Cmin Bowse, la
KashTille. TB, SAVl'S-OAT, Us BUl day ef twptesnber,
te the highest bwder, fmr CASH, M W (roaasf ia Bdge-
etd, frosting law aorta aste at Cnarrti street, annum, i
las ens acre aad thirty two feet of groand. and iMnm 1
tba Uastsaf H. J. Davie aad Greenwood r , being the :
lot sssrcAased by said Out of O. fajae. fUle wiUua tha
Al the saose tSm I wOl oeu Five "hasvs af Slack, tor foiled
la ths Nassvula BaUding AssnMstltm.
(4 lUAsXU A. rLU.KX,TraS. I
iiiis a,.. - . I n IllIll.
LOUIS YILLX AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
i The very treat demmd tor Mr.Eumoas BrasBian
Pebble Spectacles has induced him to prolong his staytn
this City nntil Saturday, September 1-t. Those In want of
these celebrated Glasses should call without delay.
f mveMI T. ii iin.il. Antvnat 1 3
To Vie Senator elect qr Ttnnemt :
Iioa. Sias : I havejavailed myself of this median of Ihs
' hlie press 10 inforra you that 1 m csndidte befre yoar
Honorable body for Door Keeper at yonr next session, and
trust in so duing jou will take my name in consideration
with the many others who mny a-pire o that pojition. In
thus publicly announcing myself. I deem that 1 hare acted
rightly, and although it Is somewh.it deviating from the mu
st course of candi.la'es fi r that office, who, jrenerally speak-
lns lraPrtune Senators with letters too tedious to read, c.
and not wishing to annoy you in that manner, I shall con-
tetll my,el, wit8n thj carJ) trtlJtijf on onr meeting 4t Nav
Tille, and a further acq iaiutance in October, where we will
have the opportunity of interchanging sentiments. I will
Close oy oniy saying u ciectcu t win uicaarge my uuiy to
the beat of my ability, ol to the comfort and convenience
of your body thronghoat the session.
aug27 4 Eespectrallv, "
, WILLIAM IT. McKINNEY.
Greene's Pure WIfue Wheat.
Ma. Eorroa: I expect to rislt your Stale about the 20th
of September next for the purpose of engaging to the good
Farmers an article of Whsat which is very superior in its
character. 1 have exhibited this W beat at four different
alrs and in eTerJ Instance a premium has been awarded,
; All good julges of fine Wheat on seeing it readily arknowl-
' e"ge Us superiori,3r' 0n mJ visit u Nashville, and other
pUce"' 1 wi!1 bring with me Uir ,'mp!e whith c" "a
i by any who may desire. I shall al o exhibit handbills gir.
U g a more full and sati factory ascouct, with the signature
of gentlemen who have raised th Wheat and manufac
tured it into flour. Its weight at two different mills is CS2
each per bushel. This wheat is of the very earliest kind.
Any one desiring to obtain the Wheat for seed will address
the subscriber at La Grange, Troupe county, Georgia. Th
Wheat will be put up in sacks from half bmhel to any
I quantity desired, marked on it tie name of the purchaser
and place of delivery, 4c, at.five dollars per bushel. It is
expected the cash to accoinuany all orders.
P. H. GREENE,
aug29 tillstJec I,a Grange, Troupe Co., Georgia.
A X X O UNC11.11 K.-M T.
We are anthorized to announce SAM. D. KICIT0L, of
this city, a candidate for Engrossing Clerk of th Senate.
NEW FA M, AM IV I VI' i: It tiOOIW
103 GENTLEMEN'S WEAK.
I AM now receiving my stock of GOOl'B for the coming
Fall and Winter, to which 1 invite the attention of my
customers mil the public generally
Alo. ticoU's fall and Winter aah:ons just rtce'ved.
sam. p rich err,
aug29 dim 64 College street.
noi'.t'r ii.,ivi:t ci:.ii;ti:k v.
IRE-HOLDKKS in the New Cemetery are hsrel
Bed to meet at the tflbe of l.indaley A Crockett, Col-
! i... ..r.-et on satckda v morning next. Sent. Ui. at 9
o'cio-k, for ti-e purpose of orifanixn:g the compauy.
I Those who may desire to take tock, and have not done
! so, can call on any of the following g. ntiemen, to wit :
VK. JOllN S. YOUNG,
A. NELSON, City Hall,
LlNDrLk-Y. A CKOCKETT,
IMPOETAKT TO THE PUBLIC.
J WILL close my rooms for a couple of weeWs from and
after Sitturday, the 1-t Sept. My object ia doing this id
to avail myself of pie-seng invitations lo visit a number of
the more populous towns in neighboring counties. I will
return agam aUut the 17th wf September. Those who iMi
my glares and do not purchase before t'.e lt ft.i t., must
wait until I return, as I wi!l leave no agent behind lo sell
forme. aug-'J 4: i. U. SfcMUONS.
New Tall aud Winter Goods,
L 15. FITE &, CO.
!Vo. O College Street, laUt ilb
ARE now in receipt of the LARGEST and most desirable
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
They have ever before offered. The attention of dealers
who purchase in this city (withca-h or on short t'me) is re
spectfully so.ieiu d, with the axsurniice that we can and will
sell as lew as they can be purchased elscwheie.
pgr Tht-y call special attention to their extensive stock
of LAMPS' DRK.-W UOOIltf.
Dufour A Co's ANCHOR BRND BOLTING CLOTUS
for sale. aug29 2
EVANS, PORTER &, CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
No. 51 market Street Nashville.
Ur E are now in receipt of onr Fall and Winter stock of
DRY GOODS, HAM, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOKH, Ac
to an examination of which we respectfully call the atten
tion f Merchants vi'iting this city.
Our stork compriset everything usually found In a jobbing
hoarte. and having been purchased under the most favora
ble ciicunistatiCes enables us to offer inJucemeals to each
and punctual time dealers.
DUFOCR A CO'3 ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTHS
alw.iys on hand.
ttJ Linsey, Jeans, white and striped Cottons, Socks and
Feaihem taken in exchange.
aug'JS EVAN:", PORTER CO.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
ISo, 50 Public Sq uarc,
Jt invite the attention of MERCHANTS to the large
V V and desirable
f AM, AMU WIATrit STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND TRUXXS,
WHICH WK ARE NOW DAILY RECEIVING.
This stock has been carefully selected in v.ew of the In
creased demand for oood U001S, and whilf it w II tx
f .nd entiri ly compl te and well adapted to tlie wants if
the trade, is unusually free Irom U kmIs or IMori ir quality.
Buyers in this market would consult their interest bj pri
Cingour Gojds befors making their purchase.
ug29 GARDNER, MitPllEKD A CO.
rpWENTY FIVE prime new Cheese;
J. Oue cak extra Sugar Curi-d Beef;
One cask extra Sugar Cured Hams;
Oue lot extra Beef TonfU-:
B-oeived this day by Vt EEL A THOMPSON.
r it i: s ii
T iVIlVl'KIl. fiOODS
1 -VlLl lX V lil 1 VS KJVJIJ.
II. &, B.DOUGLAS & CO.,
No. 64 Public Bqnars,
XA S II VI LLL TE XX.
TTJ Fare now opening and arranging for the Trade, an
V V extensive and beautilal stock of
FOREIGN AND DDME3TIC DRY GOODS,
hats caps, iio:xi:t,
BOOTS, LROGAXS, SHOES, &c. &c. c,
The assortment Is entirely eotnpls sod every way suited
to tha trade of this section. W are anxiuus to place this
stock in th hands of responsible buyers on the most liberal
We control a large tl nl Keero Clot! log, Otnabarg (suit
able for Wbral facks, and several handred bales of Gunny
Bag., which cat le bad at k prie -s lor rn.
autZsl-xm II. A 0, DOUG LA .4 A CO.
BOOS 3 AND STATIONERY.
UT t invite the a: tention of Merchants and Traders gro
er.lly to oar Urge stock of
SCIlopi, HOOKS A.HD STATION L'llY,
AT WHOLESALE AND RkTAlL,
At prices which cannot fail to please.
OCR FTOCK OF
:nici.i.i.Ai:oi s hooks
Is also large, and we will sell at very low
price in trne who boy to sell again.
TKACilERs) wuv d do well to examine our
stocx; we will mass social arranretnenia to
sepptv Schools. Kast hi-le I'ur. to uare, Nashvil'a,
au'iv-U BIKVaoN A oWtN.AgruU.
VJ'MIIRTT bales Riebwnnd T-8 Osnaburgs;
A I bales Richland - de
10 do Franklin 4 1 do
PaiUMe t,r baking baga.
W. M. GORDON A CO.
BROAD STREET BRIDGE COMPANY.
T3 Peeprnsioa Bridge halnc been tl.erea,hlv repair
d wa be re -opened to U- Traveling FfciKl aa ear
ly day next week.
Ihe Board of D:rretort have, by ro.'uti, aA.ptrd th
Cam Svstim, and will tn future require tue snon, In ail
cases. Th auentioa of parties crowing wagoos, earls. At,
bf vent is part i.-5i Lsnjr calied Ut thfc- efiai ia th a
ag ateal of the Brvlge, a no sco snu will b kll la fbta-e.
Opeeial extracts tor family eremtax are al affected by Uw
arracjrewMBt, xo4 where th parties bar rai td tu pay
the r lodctxednes to tbe Coe-j-euy ! aU saeb Ute
contract a lil be cuaadered lorkllaJ, aad the saeiMJ iair
ad a frees transient psrseas.
Ii view ef tbe rwry keary eatlay Jest bacwred ly Ike
Coatpany, It w bstped that ail will - forwar J aad Bay
UtelrdaeswU boat delay. JOUN asclTOH,
TIIE RIGHT OB THE LETT 7
TOON, NELSON CO. have Just received several new works.
One of the number Is
"The New NoTel upon Fafilionable Religion."
"Its portraits are lire-like. Its sketching, graphic, its pic
tures Dowerful, snd aim noble." "Kirvxtn," Jtev. A'irAtf
ku Murray, D. D.
2T All About the Warily
Tlte Story ol th Cnmpaiffii :
A Complete Narrative ot the War in Russia, written in
a Tent in the Crimea, by Mj. E. Bruce Hamley, anthor
of "Lady Lee's Widowhood."
This work is recommenied to the reader's attention by
by the following considerations : "1. The anthor is an ac
eomp ished rffioer of tha Brituh army. 8. He Is now en
gaged in the war, and has be;n from the first. 8. He has
already established a brilliant reputation as an author. 4.
This Narrative of the War was written on the spot. 5. It j
contains complete account of the war Irom th beginning.
6. It enlightens tiie reader on many points which other ac
count have left obscure."
gTh above, with many other new honks, can be had
of TOOS, NELSON A CO.,
jylS S4 Cnion street.
Ya!;ial)lc Tlieological Works.
W. T. BERRY A CO. have recently received
1 The Life and Epistles of St. Paul, by the Rev. W. J.
Couybeare and Rev. J. 3. Howson. 2 vols.
2 Hippolytus and His Aire: or the Beginnings and Pros
pects of Christianity, by the Chevalier Bunsen. Vols.
8 Davidson's Introduction to the New Testament. 8 vols.
4 Jeremy Taylor's Whole Works, with his Life and a Critical
Kxamination of his Writings, by Bishop Ileber. 10 vols.
5 Barrett's Synopsis of Criticisms on Difficult and Disputed
Passages of the Old Testament. S vols.
6 Rev. Thomas Boston's Complete Works, with his Life, Ac.
edited by McMillan. 13 vols, (scarce.)
T Morning Kxercise at Cripplegate, St. Giles and Fouth
wark, forming a Complete Body of Divinity, by a!l the
distinguished Puritan Divines, edited by Nichols, t vols.
8 Richard Baxter's Works, with Life, and Essay on his
Genius and Wr tings, by Henry Rogers. 4 vols.
9 Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Dr. Chalmers, by
his son-in-law, Dr. Hanna. 4 vols., half calf.
10 Chillingworth's Religion of Protestants : A Safe Way to
Salvation. 1 vol.
11 History of Latin Chris'ianity. Including that of the
Topes to the Pontificate of Nicolas V, by Milman.
12 Lawson's Bible Cyclopaedia, containing the Biography,
Gergrapliy aud Natural History of the Holy Scripture.
13 Ger.este's Parallel Histories or Jud&h and Israel. 2 vols.
14 Bishop Home's complete Works. 2 vols.
15 Ecclesiastical Greek Historians; embracing Fusebius'
Constantine and Ecclesiastical History, Socrates Histo
ry, Sosomen's Narrative, Theodoret's Ecclesiastical His
tory, and Evagiius' History. S Tola.
16 II aril wick's History of tho Articles of Religion. 1 vol.
IT I.ili'lelily; its Aspects, Causes and Ageucies, by Rev.
Tl omas Pearson. 1 vol.
13 An hbishop Potter's Discourses on Church Government.
19 The Venerable Be le's Complete Works, in the original
Latin, accompanied by a New English Translation of
the Historical Works. 13 vols., calf.
20 Roliert S- uth'j Sermons, Preached upon several occa
sions. 6 vo's., calf.
2t Robert Hall's Complete Wrks. 6 vob.
22 Writings of Armii.ius, translated from the Lalln. 8 vols.
23 Works of Bishop gage, 8 vols.
24 Wall's History of Infant Bnptism. 4 vols.
25 Giesli-r's Con:eniliuiii of Ecclesiastical History. 8 vols.
26 Stephens' Ii;.-t.ry of the Church of .Scotland. 4 vols.
27 Doililri life's Family Fx, lositor. 6 vols.
2S Blaii's S.-rnions, wiih l is Life, Ac. 4 vols.
99 Robinson's Scripture Character. 4 vol..
8i Kadie s Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesiaos.
81 Nesn.ler's Ch uch History. 5 vein,
T.2 Mason's spiritual Treasury. 1vol.
83 Massilinu's Sermons, with hit Life, Ac. 1 vol.
St Greek Harmony of the Gospel, by Strou I. 1 vol.
85 Lilo and ft orks uf Thomas Arnold, D. D. 2 vols., half
88 I'almet' Dictionary of the noly Bible. 1 vol.
W. T. BERRY A CO. have just received
Til E HISTORY OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, by John
8. C. Abbott, with maps and illustratious. 9 vols.
LE CTRE MANQUE, or Social and Religious Customs In
France, by Eugene de Courcillon. Je2s)
REPORTS OF TIIE CASES AROfED AND DETERMIN
ED IN THE SI PRIME COURT OF TENNESSEE, by Jobs
L. T. Psxkd. Vol. 1 now ready and for sale by
my2 W. T. BKRRY A CO.
TENSISSEE AND ALABAMA BAILEOAJJ.
OPEN TO THOMPSON'S STATION.
ON an -I after Thursday, August 2'' I, trains will ran be
tween Nashville and Thompson's Station, as f jiiows :
I.eves Nashville at 8.8) A. M.; arrives at Thompson's at
n A. l.
RETURNING Leaves Thompson's at S A. M.; arrives
at Naihviile at lO.So . M.
Leave Nashville at 8.15 P. M., arrives at Thompson's it
0 l". M.
RETURNING Leave Thompson's at 5.15 P. M ; arrive
at Na-hviliaat 6 45 P. M.
Uu Ninday the Morning Train only win be run, leaving
tsasnvuie at i a.m., and niompson at n vt a. m.
Iff At Thonixuiu's the Stage of Carter, Tlion.as and
Uouiih eonnex-t with the trains.
Tt.rouch Tickets for MKVtl-IMS, WAYNSBOrt ' AfK
SON, TCSCI'MHIA, Fl.OllKNCK, Pl'LASKI snd CoLLM
BlA.ran be procured at the (Jeneral Stage i thee, under tle
Verxndaa UuU.L A. ANlr:i.JON.
aug'.'2 R. Ei'g- and Supt.
a. '. a. a. .
HAVErrm.vve l their st' k o' Good, to No. 40 College
s.rect, where they will he glad toee ttieir friend and
customers. We will be reccmug our Fall Mock in a tew
dH) . sukI- tf
FI "WENTY THOUSAND extra Regs!laSegrs, WeU assort-
JL e, r
, received ttus day by
WkSJEL A THOMPSON.
"JVIIfK JOSEPHINE LANE, at No. W Ce-far street, will
lvl. open tiie next session uf her School for dl'i and little
Boys, th- 11 M iNDlY in Septemlier. S'ic bpe, tl.e satis
faction given will insure her an increased patronage.
IT ANTED It.iKMi to th),im to Invest in a wholesale ba
V v suieu, already established.
N. B. Any xrrin having the above sum to invest, can
Brake arrangement to give his personal atUuUju or other
Wise. Apply by letter to Bu 4.'4, Post Ulfi.v, Nashville,
stating when iJ where aa interview can be bad.
THE EIGHT KACEXIfK ISVEJTTED AT LAST.
CAN be seen at Armstrong A C-n.'t, on Marxet tret, tbe
best STRAW and U AY CL'TTkl ever invented. They
are pronounced by all who have tried tl.em, as poeneeeing a
verv superior advantage over anytiiing ot the kind lhat t
ever been produced. Call and examiue tor yourselves ; we
warrant pe.-fect satuUcliuo to the purchaser in ail ca-ss.
ARMSruoNU A CO, Agents.
TllIxKY 410 bbla Dean' Aurora WhI-ky In store
and for sale by w. II. UOKIKI.' A CU.
(i ; All IH IH'I'-' casks fine Suaor
O enred bam, just received and for sale by
,r 8. a LOOM! A CO.
HATS, CAPS AND FUR GOODS!!
Pollard, Pratlifr k Smith,
Aii ."Matin fctteet, I.uUUl, Kf.
1 X T K have ma le larr addl lon. to our maBaftrtoring de-
iK.rtmts, by which w e.a sai.pl i r oar friends with a
better article vt oo.is ia our." line than ever bfl.ve.f
o-ir own muul-ctre. audlJM -aoch soperior In iyie
audcueiity to goods bouguaof i-rr la ti IU.lea
CiloTr FALL FTTLB DRt-fi1 H IT wi'l be far s;erior to,
and of a m ieit ty'e tbaa any ber sold.
Our tto.of r llAff.em'.raeins every coAor, quality,
and .M le.i very Ur,-, o-l tfrV.rVT,v"ul be soU a pt-
ly re.lue.d pru-r. tr---ir.. . .
MtN'a s UuYS' vton.
U in a o uie
aay bawse ta tbe
laressl stuck to be luaad u.
W are detrrsninrd to set) ear good te easb ewstoeaer aad
pronvl-iime me a cheaper Uaa tiiey ran be bad U any
uber boose, aud by aa xaounallB of ear stack ail Ul be
tKir .net of sw4 lor th-j Fall trade ha area r"t-a ap
a ler Uw tiprvun.a of the nwet itrcOr-ed aod praa
rtsed maawf rfta-er, ia th coantry. W vtii(t eonelv S
ta eeb every arucie la our lia at UtMl pnowa, aad ,aar
aate the t) J4:y aad style te be belter. aasrS w
II ac i w I si ft T c at rd la st ltd Costs isaUal
ytmrc I state
Hill lanr aad Commodi-a Wsrikwn lav. Cll
atedtatei; e the baaa al tba Aires. k- ..iivl
.yl tr.e J I bit
HOLMES & STOiW,
Koyce fc Co's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C9 WiH attend tr the. sale of COTTON, FLOCK,
GRAIN, Ac, or other rVxiox-e.
Agents Palmetto Liue New York Packets.
WM. M. LAVTON & CO.,
So. 13 Southern M barf,
Cliarloston, f3. O.,
FOX THE SALS OF
Western and Southern Trodacc.
WM. M. LAWTON,
R. W. BA'Xir, j"
aug7 tri tn
I jos. t. mix.
WIN BORN LAWT05, Jr.
JNO. S, SHIELDS.
8. T. SCIT.
SHIELDS & SUIT,
Snipping & Commission Merchants,
F0BWAX3ZE3 A2TD JEEIGET AGISTS,
42 HALL STItKtT,
THROt'GIt receipt given f -r Pork, Baron, Lard, Tobao
eo, Proluee ami M-rchaodise to the Eastern Cities by
'"'i-.-q. irau.-poriai:on rout's.
S-TT treci! attention iriven L Forwardins Drr Goods.
and to the purchase and sale of Produce.
a a a
1 care of 3. A S., Louisville, Ky."
KV IJIITEU STAT1.. JIAIA,
A NEW TRI WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR rv-ivSrai
HuRSE POST COACH S is now in Jj'f
cperation for ths accomrao latmn of the trsyiu,"i..ihilo
from 1IUSTSVILLE and W1IITKMJU KG, Ala., via blunt
Springs, BlunLsville, Ely-ton to .Voi:t, v !lo.
This line is stocked with fine Concord. Troy and Albany
built Co.iches.good teams, cartful snd exps-rien- ed dnversi.
Persona from North Alabama ami Middle Tennessee, win
f nd this the cheapest, best and most expeditious route to
Central a-.d South Alabama.
scurui i.r. (.ont; soi tif.
Leave llur.tsvllie on Mondays, We.tne.d-iy and FrMny,
and arrive at Monte vall on Tu-silays, TiinVlavs ami Sat
auniays in time to connect with the Cars (or Selma, Ala
bama, arrivirir at gelma at 5 o'rlo-.-k, P.M., and then run
A -Pi'" ''Jl "1 bectiri; wiih alai y lins of Mail sttai-
rrrOrf.. T- I er 6r M n'oraery. Mo! ile and New
efrtnraj1ga.)rlraii. Also uh a dmbie daily line
of Mail Coa lies tor Marion, tiree:ivbnrough, Tu-ealoosa and
Pern, p il s, Alatiaa a, Co.uiul u , Jackou and Vicksbuig,
L?ave Moiitev.iHo on tha arrival of :he Car from Slma
on Mon lays, Wednesday aiid trid.iys. arriving at ilunt.
ville on Taeiavs, Thurstiays an 1 Saturdays at 5 o'el-ck
A. M., in tune lo connect with a dai'y linr uf Coaches for
Winchester on the Nahv;!ie an I t liattanoeg t sT""-; 1
Railroad. Aiso. eoiinoetinr a Whitesburg ith " ,"$1
aoaily line of Mail Steamers f..r IVcatui. ami -?.r!fw
thence by Ra hoadaud S::ig -s In Tuscucbia, Florence and
Baily's Springs, Ala , Holly .'prii cs. Is., and Memphis,
Tenn. Also.e in-e ting at t lutes! iv n wi;h the steamer
for CbatiariooL-a and Knxvilie, Tenn.
The Proprietor, have, fri.m the numerous S'.li.-ilations of
the ciiiren-s of Ni.rth and .-outli Aai'uma, establisded this
Line at a cotisiJerahla expense a.idwith but little aid from
the liiivernmeut, they h pe to receive suh patronage as
will enable them to keep it in sn.' ---iu; oocralion.
HARUIN.tToN A BAKNF9,
auc4 Sin Pruprietura.
Nahvil eTrne Whiir eoj-y Miree moriilis and lorward ac
couht to this ollioe. Ilnnt-nUe .-i .'ro.-oe.
THIS de!ti;t .i Summer R.-tr-:it is now open for fK
the recep'ion rf visitor. The IT use has under
gone a thorough reupair, and th? most ample sr- ?.t"f
rsnrement have b-eu inaiie hr t'e a. -O'min. nation
of those wlio desire to avail themselves of a visit to this
well known wat-i ini? pla-e.
It will be 'he constant aim and end.-avorof the Proprietor
tn please a'l who Ti-it liim, ai.d to preserve snd maintain
the h'gh repntHtion universally mvn-ile.l to these Sprmus,
by ailthtir former patrons. Pi-!-niir h.irseif to untiring
asieduity in the ihscharjre of all the iluties devolvm; on
him as I'-opri. t. r, he confidently hop, s to reei ive the liberal
patroi.Miro heiet 'l ire cxten ied to him by his Iriends and
the public genersl'v.
A hill supply uf Ice is on hand and re.-iv f r the season.
Je2I tsepl W.M. KOBKRTS, Proprietor.
wool.! noi. I! uool !!!
CASH and the highest market price paid fur good clean
washed Wool, by
D. D. PICKET.
VNY quantity of Flour, (rood brands and g od cooper
age can be Suld delivered at mv ware house.
D. I) niCKEY,
angl No. 3 College street.
Land for Sale.
I OFFER ft sale (Too) PE EN HUNDRED ACRES TS
OF LAND lying on th' Columbia Central Turnniae
Roa i, seven mile from Columbia and four from ML. Pleas
ant, being a part of the tract oo w li b 1 reside.
This Land is eoual if not superior to any in Maury county
It Is well watered; (the celebrated Devers Spring being on
the partoOered for sale) well timbered and well improved.
There are on the premise some beautiful buildiag sites
fronting the Turnpike and the contemplated Rail Koad. It
will b divided to suit par htsrrs or.olti in a body.
For farther information aj ply tomcat Aabwood P. Office,
Maury eoun'y, Tennessee,
augll tf LUCIUS J. POLK.
Na-rmile Union and Ioisville Journal please ccpy.
J. B. KcGUIBE,
A T T O It i: V A T L A W,
UflT.L give protppt a'tenti in to all Hudnes entrostedt
his rare. He will do a general Colle ting Business.
All demand put in his baud, will meet with prompt atua
tion. REFERENCES Coi. A. T. MclTrvas, Thomasville, Oa.,
J. J. Allxs, Macun, (ia. mar-fim
A. D. cjtiicuTi-i. j. a. AuxASoaa.
A. i. (iir.i(;ii ro.x &. Ci).,
raorairroiis o run
Verandah Livery stables,
II'OULD Infoim t publio that the y have te- f
V V ken the l.ivtry rtable (.n Cherry .trret. im-rYji'
me.lisleiy in therearof the Verandah Hotel, anHT fl
w ll keep on hand Burnies ami llorsetsubiect to the w.auof
the community at lane. We are determined to have Hurt es
and Boi firsof the best ipiaiity, and I'tniii satisfied thai ail
will be pleased, we ask ashsreujf public Pat.uoa.ie.
Horses boarded on the usual terms. )el& d3ia
TUITTCir IX FRTXCH.
T)!tOFE8S(R CF MODERN LANGUAGE", of nearly Ibrty
I year, experience, twenty of which were passed al the
Universale of JI.mw aid t'aan. In Russia, (as Professor
of Ihe French lanpruaire) ten iu pnvai Bobleaian' families
on the continent i f r.M'ope, .n.l the last eight in thud'Sn
tiy, six of allien in Ki. hinood. Virginia, (where he tsughl,
with great success lo the 6rt Sch ds arid private families)
and two in Kentucky; p s.iug the h'ghesi te.nroontsb of
h cometenry and ucres in teachi'ie; bis native tongue,
offer his service tn S-hool and private families; al to
young men who wub to form an evening ebua. His method
of teaching (differing from all those in ue In this country)
was always crowned with treat sues-ess, ami approved of by
all tluxe who employed him. lie inten ts tn r-si, perwia
nenily ia Nasbviiie. Add ess A. F. at Mr. M. Mllier's, Vine
CIIO( Kt'.ll'N N( IIOOI.,
Al M'blle' Creek sprint's.
'IM1E next session will commence oo Mi)NDY, the ad of
X September. Fur Uuard, ToiUoo, Fuel, Lights, Ac, -sJ
per se-.ion of Iweoty wrca.
E. L. CROCKER.
"'OI.I..4 US. -Jut received per express, a supply tt
fine Coiiaxs, every lyle and die.
J. U. UctiVLU
XTi:"K Tl:. UeCMVe-l this day aa Bortm-.
l Cil Neck T.es, plain, lilac and Fancy color. Axoa
choice lot of eiik and Liuen, and Cambric Tim, for sale by
J. a. MeAilLL,
La lies' aod Gent era en's Furnish' ng Store,
aug! turner ot gqaare and College
KA0AZLTE3 FOE AUGUST.
HASPER-S, FLTNAM . OuDEV, PETERiON'8 and
fiMUi. toys and Girt Magatlue, have been received by
awl TOUN, NklXJN A CO.
I'Olt II I V" Three Ro. m on Deadcrick street, la
Aicviaruca's buiidiug, suitable for a stn.ll tamily. "
R. A. HALLO g,
an!t a General Agent, Na, II Deader Kk It,
B?iX(i st am bzidos conPAxr.
BO"kiA will be cpoiied at the oflV-e of LlNDtiLST A
CatK-'ltlTT, WCo legs street, oa M NDAT. Ihe Wd
Inst., fur Ute sry as of rss eivr aubecripUoos la the Caff
it si atueaot IU ror i: M es-l b.-i.lK Company, aad will te
kept epea bma d.v V day. nnU S'.o. k sumcienl la ab
scribed hi ersar s. the Cuaipaiiy, a prowled ta the act la-
eoryof atil-g sa.d CsBi-ei y.
JuiiM SHEl BT,
JOHN B. Mrr-mtaJUl,
ISAAC Lll TUN.
A. V. l. LIi-LkT,
I Ml 11
I a en? Ul
LAUV.1 i I LS asli ia CAiU oa fiaia.
ATLAN T t, and
N NTHMfltT, l'a
Jyt eiTMuUR, FANNING A t
Hlifat, Mheat ! "
Uw t hava an hand sad are aadv receiving extra heavy
4 Bad l a Oanasstrsst and aeeUl.g suitable ft
Wheat aad Cera Aaass whfc we will ed lew tor Css.
htuKiiiN A CO,
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