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SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 29.
Til Charge of Abolitionism against th American
Tlie determined efforts of the anti- American
press to prejudice the American party in the
minds f the people, 6top at no charge, Low
erer absord. They have exhausted their re
sources in manufacturing Manchausen tales
after the most excruciating fashion. Among
the most monstrous and unfounded of them
all is the charge of abolitiouism against the
American tmrty. In the face of the 12th ar
ticle of the Philadelphia American Platform,
the rationality of which has never been assail
edin the face of the published letters of Se
ward and Greely, prominent among the leaders
of the Freesoil faction, in which they repudi
ate the American party in the face of the
bitter and denunciatory resolutions against the
American party, of the Soft Shell, Freesoil,
Administration Convention in New York in
the face of the continued war of the National
Era at Washington, the Freesoil organ of that
party, which has warned its partizans to crush
out Know Nothingisra, or Know Nothingism
would crush t!;ern in the face of the united
and unbroken front presented eginst us by
every section of the Freesoil and Abolition
parties in the North in the face of ail these
thiegs, our opponents persist, with 6hameles9
and unprincipled audacity, to charge the
American party with Abolitionism. Clear
and unequivocal refutations of their base slan
ders amount to nothing with them. The pub
lic is never allowed to see through their col
umns the current facts of history, when those
facts are calculated in the least to militate
against their unfounded assertions.
The Richmond Enquirer of a late date a
paper occupying a htah'jtoMtion in the anti
American party made the following asser-'
lions, which are fair specimens of the way our
opponents deal with the American party. Fail
ing to fiud anything to assail in its principles,
they hesitate not to issue these vile slander,
and impose upon the credulous reader for facts
the basest falsehoods, l'he Enquirer says :
8uiator Sumner stands at the head of that North
ern Know Nothing party that would scornfully re
fuse to i-rmit while men, flying from unrequited
labor, (rum hanger, and from want in it- every
form, to land upon our shores, and vet who clasp,
with fraternal affection, the filthy and criminal ne
gro who has escaped from his master.
Senator Sumner never was a member of the
American party.- lie is an Abolitionist, elect
ed by a coalition of Freesoilers and Democrats.
That is falsehood number one. The other ab
surd assertion about the 44 Know Nothings "
refusing to permit foreigners to land upon our
shores, is falsehood number two.
We beg the Richmond Enquirer to refer to
the record and see where this Abolition Sena
tor stands on the question of extending the
right of suffrage to none but American citizens,
in the territories a leading issue with the
American party and also to 6ee where standi)
some of the Democratic Senators on the same
point. Turn to the Congressional Globe, first
session of the Thirty-third Congress, the yea9
and nays on Clayton's amendment to the Ne
braska bill. They will find them on page 520,
"Mr. Clayton moved to amend by striking rut, in
the provision conferring the right of suffrage aud
hoi iiug office, these words:
" Aud those who shall have declared on oath
their intention to become such, and shall have
taken an oath to support the Constitu lion of the
Uuited Slates, aud the provisions of this act.
"So that it shall read:
" Provided, That the right of suffrage and of
holding office shall be exercised only by citizens of
. the Lniud btatea.
Mr. Seward called for the yeas and nays,
and they were ordered. After debate, in
which Messrs. Walker, Pcttit, Adams, and
Chose, took part, the question was takeb by
yeas and nays on the amendment, with the
Yta Messrs. Adams, Atehinon, Badger, Hell,
Benjamin, BroadltsaJ, Brown, Butler, Clay, Clayton,
Dawson, Diion, Leant, Fttzpatrick, Uouton HUN
TER. JohnMM, Jodcs of Tonneesee, MASON, J'or
tOH, Pratt, Stbattian,
Xaiit Vleasrs. CHASE, Dodge of Wisconsin,
Dodfre of Iowa, DoupUs, FES&KNDEX, F1SU,
FOOT, Gwin, HAMLIN, Jones of Iowa, Norm,
lVttit, SEWARD, Shields, Smith, Stewart SUM
MR, Touchy, WADE, Walker, aud Williams :l
" So il was agreed to."
litre it will be seen that not only Senator
Sumner, but all the Freetoil and Abolition Sen
ator voted against the amendment of Mr,
Clayton, a prominent member of the Ameri
can party, and who placed Lis amendment
strictly ujon the grounds occupied by the
American party. It will also be observed that
Messrs. Muon and Hunter of Virgiuia, WfA
every Southern Democratic Senator, voted for
tb'w amendment, the principle of which the
democratic papers North and South ao bitter
ly denounce as "prescriptive" in these latter
day. They thus voted then, alongside with
American Senators, Clayton, Houston, AtUtr.s,
Bell, &c. How comes it now that democracy
la so changed! At that period democratic
Sena'ors, U aj ponrs, were cheek by jowl with
Americana, in what they now styl, in their
false-hearted and demagoguical appeals to for
eigners, a "contemptuous disregard for the
SUGnTS of foreign tT..
The democratic leaders are proverbially all
things to all men, and change their position.
with atonishir.g facility, wuenever me pres
sure of circumstance demands.
. It is unnecessary to ask the orators and ed
itors of their party to get over these record
facta before they again charge "abo!iuomin
and "proscription " upon the American party.
They i!l disregarl them entirely, and the
first time the opportunity offers, rwUrate the
charge Xvilh their usual effrontery, Soeti is
The Kebrtska CVy Vw aays that there are bow
wanted at Nebreka city one hundred more laborers
ad mechanics, to bow good wage aud steady
employment will be given.
It U said lhataa invention baa jut-t been perfected
at Turin, that premiss to create a revolution in the
tnanufactnre ol -ilka, Hneo. and cotwcs-lu fact of
.11 woven article. This an electric loom n
vcuted by CataUi oui, Inspector of Tele,
ftref'h In tu Srdiuin Suta.
That Cii:cclae. The Union and American
undertakes to make the impression open its
readers, without positively saying as much,
that we doubted the genuineness of the Circu
lar of the President of the State Council of the
American party, calling a meeting of that body
in this city on the 8th of October, which was
published simultaneously in the Union and
American and Banner, and, on Tuesday last in
the True Whig. Of Course that paper has no
warrant for such a barefaced piece of effrontery.
The fact is, the Union and American got bold
of a copy of this circular, and believed at
once that It was "secret," and that it would
make a decided hit by "exposing" it. But, un
fortunately, it was published in the Banner, by
order of the President, on the tame morning on
which it appeared in the Union, and would
also Lave been in the True Whig of that morn
ing, but for the intervention of circumstances,
which preveuted it from getting in type. The
Union has thus been victimized by some wag,
who pretended that he was making a disclosure
to him, and of course feels sore under it. Oar
neighbor is a monomaniac upon the Eubject of
"secresy," and with all its astuteness, can't
help "putting its foot in it," occasionally.
PflOTOQBarnio Mixiattjek PocTBArra. Art
has achieved a signal triumph in the introduc
tion of crystalotype likenesses. In the hands
of competent artists, Photography is destined
to supersede miniature painting on ivory alto
gether. The process is simple and sure. Tho
likeness is first daguerreotyped on glass, aud
then transferred to a very-fine raper, prepared
especially for the purpose. They are then
colored to the life. The likenesses thus taken
Las all the accuracy of a daguerreotype, and
all the beauty and finish of a paintiug. They
are much larger than the ordinary miniature,
and can be furnished at about one-fonrth the
cost of the latter. We notice that our old
friend, J. W. Dodge, formerly of this city, and
whose skill as a miniature painter is well
known here, lias been tor some, time taking
likenesses upon this plan. lie is associated
with Mr. Augustus Wendkroth, one of the
finest artists in the country. We have before
us a highly complimentary notice of their pic
tures from the St. Louis Republican.
We are pleased to learn that .Messrs. Dodge
& Wenderoth will be in this city early in Oc
tober, and will open rooms for a short stay.
With the Ligh repuiation which Mr. D. enjoys
here, and the acknowledged talent of Lis asso
ciate, there can be no doubt that they will End
a lucrative patronage ready for them.
Tnt Uses of India Rcbder. Among the
latest purposes for which this important article
has been tised, is that of making buttons, and
the experiment promises to be abundantly 6uc
cefsful, it having been already adopted by the
United Slates Navy, and by many of the larg
est manufacturers of clothing, which argues
well for its superiority. The many useful and
ornamental articles made from India Rubber
in this country stamps it as peculiarly Ameri
can, as no other country in the world can com
pete with us in the manufacture. The Rubber
Canes, whose beauty rival the finest wood, (he
pencil cases, combs, &c, show by their gene
ral use how much this material is appreciated;
and we doubt not that this last application
tLe rubber button will prove as successful as
, it is novel and useful. - - ,
Texsrssee Coxfeeekce of tiik M. E. Church
South. The Annual Conference of the M. E.
Church of Tennessee, will hold its meeting in
the McKendree Church in this city, commenc
ing on the 10th of next mouth. Bishops Socle
and Kavanauoh will preside.
This meeting will bring to our city a large
number of clergymen and strangers. The in
flux caused by the meeting ot the Legislature
and the Annual Fairs will then Lave filled our
few hotels and public Louses, and the conse
quence will be an unusually fine opportunity
for our citizens to give a specimen of their well
known hospitality. We hope every house
keeper will strain a point to give entertain
ment, during the session of the Conference,
which will probably occupy a week or. ten
days, to as many members of that body as
- Agricultural Fair. Tho week'a racing
closes to-day at the Walnut Course, and the
grounds will be speedily prepared for the ac
commodation of the Fair. The location of the
Fair this year is far preferable to the place
used last year. The distance from tho Square
makes It a pleasant walk at this season, and
thousands will go who did not attend the oth
er. The prospects for a fine display in all the
departments, are exceedingly flattering. 'The
sight will be well worth going half a dozen
miles to witness. Of course the spacious am
phitheatre wiil be fnll during the exhibition. . :
Railroad Car Masufactort. The manu
facture of freight and passenger cars has been
made one of the permanent and industri
al interests of the city, under the super
intendence of our enterprising fellow citizens,
Messrs. Vannoy & Turbeville. Specimeus of
their excellent workmanship can be seen on
almost any of our South-western roads. This
firm are now making arrangements to exteud
their business materially. Having purffhased
a large lot of grouiid near the Engine Depot of
the N. & C. IL they are erecting capacious
buildings. The car manufactory proper wil
be carried on iu a building 90 feet front by 1 10
deep, the first story of which, built of stone, is
now nearly up. In addition to this, they pro
pose to erect a building 100 feet front by 70
deep for the purpose of carrying on extensively
the manufacture of window sash aud blinds,
doors, fcc , 4c. The demand for this sort of
work is always more than equal to the supply
here, and the erection of this new establish
ment will obviate to soire extent at least, if
not entirely, the necessity of sending abroad
for it, a practice now greatly la vogue.
The Thrr Mjluoss. The American Com
missioner appointed to survey and mark the
new boondary ll0 between the United States
and Mexico Laa reported the completion of the
work. Secretary Guthrie may soon be called
upon to diaborse the three million dollar re
maining due to our neighboring Republic uuder
the Gadsden Treaty, as that Internment atipa
latet fr the payment of the money "a aorn
as the boundary line shall be surveyed. The
aurvey, however, baa been completed by the
American Commissioner entirely unassisted by
the Mexican Commissioner, the latter Laving
been avlzd and IniprUotitxl by Santa Anna soon
after the work commenced.
, L'Kestcckt Citt, Sept. 8, 1855.
i Mr. Editor Dear Sir, : I enclose yon an adver
tisement of a sale of lots to take place at Ken
tacky City, on the 22nd of October next ; also, a
lithographic ptatt or plan of the City.
" You are aware that the larger portion of -that
great North and South Railroad, from the Gulf of
Mexico to the lakes of the North- is now comple
ted, and that the cars will be ronniu on that whole
line of road from Mobile, by Kentucky City and Cai
ro, to Chicago and Galena, before . the end of the
year 1856. ' ' " ' " "
You wiil perceive that the road runs from Mo.
bile to the Mississippi river at Kentucky City,
theuce a ferriage or connection of fifteen mil es by
steam packet boat between Kentucky City and
Cairo. This road, running North and South, cros
sing the parallels of Latitude, meets with and caus
aes a constant exchange of productions, and forms
a connecting chain between pooplo of every char
acter, and climates of every description, and be
comes a channel for distributing their varied pro
ductions; St. Louis is the great coutral depot of the
vast agricultural and mineral productions of that
immense and fertile region of the Upper Mississip
pi, Missouri, and Illinois rivers, ;and - the dan
gers, losscss, and hindrances resulting from ihe
most unsafe and uncertain navigation between St.
Louis and Kentucky City, has Induced the enterpri
sing capitalists of that great and growing city, and
the energetic, enterprising agriculturalists of the
inteiior, to organize companies to construct a rail
way connection from St. Louis via the Iron Moun
tain, to a point on the Mississippi river opposite Ken
tucky City, a portion of which is now being rap
Idly constructed. -
The nearest most practicable connection from
St. Louis to the Gulf and South Atlantio cities, will
ever be'by Kentucky ritv to Mobile and New Orleans
and also by Kentucky City to Charleston and Sa
vannah, for the mouth of the Ohio is the nearest
point of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to Nash
ville or Charleston.
The Road from Nashville to New Orleans crosses
the Mobile and Ohio road at Aberdeen, Miss., and
thus givesa direct route from St. Louis by Ktn-J
tueky City and Aberdeen to New Orleaus. j
An act of Congress "approved 8th Feb., 1858,"
making a grant of alternate sections of public land? j
for the Atlantic and Pacific road, from a point on
the Mississippi river opposite to the West end of
Kentucky by Little Rock and Fulton to Texas, thus
definitely and irrevocably fixing by Congress the
Eastern or Mississippi terminus of the main trunk
line of that great road. . :
Kentucky City is the nearest point of the Mississ- j
ppi river to Louisville, Cincinnati, mouth of Big :
Sandy, Baltimore, &c, Ac, and as it never freezes I
or gets too low for navigation below the mouth of
the Ohio, this has, therelore, been designated as j
the "lower end of the upptr country, and the upper
end of tlu lowr country," for here it is that all the j
rivers from the Alleghuuy and the Rocky Moun
tains concentrated tht irvast waters of near 40,000 i
miles of navigation, and where Railroads from the '
Gulf and South Atlantic will ineet and connect
with those from the northern Lakes, and from the
Pacific through Texas and Arkansas. This point
is not only geographically and commerically, but
politically central, for it is here that the slave hold
ing and uon slave holding States come together
upon this mighty river, and it was this political cen
trality which so shaped the bill in Congress, dona
ting the public lands and fixing the beginning or ter
minus of the Pacific road at this point. The Nor.
thrru members in Congress would not vote the
lun Is aud funds of the nation to buiM a national,
road from a point upon the Mississippi below this
and opposite to a slave holding State, nor would
the Southern members go for an appropriation
from a point further North and opposite a nou-slave-bolding
The line of Railroad is now either under con
tract or completed the whole distance from New
York by Baltimore, Washington City across Vir
ginia by the mouth of the big Sandy and Lexington
to Louisville. This line of Railroad from New
York to the West, passing South of the Ohio river
to Louisville, will soon be completed, and the pub
lic lands are already granted will secure the road
from the West across Texas and Arkansas to the
West end of Kentucky, thus leaving unprovided
for only the link from Louisville to Kentucky City,
to secure the completion of the great Pacific road
so as to PASS THROUGH KENTUCKY.
An air line drawn across the map from Baltimore
to the Pacific at San Diego will pass over the mouth
of the Ohio.
The line of railroad will soon be completed from
Washington City by Lynchburg, Abingdon, and
Cumberland Gap to Danville Ky., and if extended
theDce by Bowling-green and Russellville, it will
connect at Hopkinsville with the road from Louis
ville to Kentucky City.
Tho road is now completed from Charleston to
Nashville, and is being constructed from Nashville
to Hopkinsville, which will secure the travel and
transportation from Charleston by Nashville, Hop
kinsville aud Ky.eCity to St. Louis and the Great
Northwestern road" will give a nearer connection
frcm Nashville through Tennessee to thispoiut.
No Railroad has been constructed from the Inte
rior to a point on a navigable river, without greatly
increasing the business aud the value of real estate
at such terminus. Look, for iustauce, at the im
menee appreciation of real estate in Nashville since
the completion of the Chattanooga road to Nash
ville. This great road from the South Atlantic States to
Kentucky, connects the best harbor and most cen
tral point upon the Gulf of Mexico, and the most
eligible and nearest point upon that Gulf with the
mouth of the Ohio, which a late Senator from Il
linois b a report made to the U. S. Senate, says "is
one of the most remarkable points on the globe.
The coDfluenco of the Ohio with the mighty Missis
sippi, a spot to which all the great rivers of the
West converge, and where most of the commerces
bound on their bossoms must pass on its way to the
Occaji, or from State to State. There terminate the
valleys of the Tennessee and the Cumberland,
which come down from the South as if to meet their
kindred streams from the North; of the Ohio from
the East which throws its branches to the Allegha
ny mountains on the one side aud almost to the
borders of the Lakes on the other, of the' Upper
Mississippi, which descends almost from the fro
zen Sea of the North, and of the Missouri, with nu
merous branches, stretching to the Rocky Moun
tains la the West" ,
- Those railways radiating from this point in every
direction, form a direct communication between the
whole Interior and this central point, thus opening
a direct avenue for Western produce to the interior
of the whole South, and will cause the bagging and
rope, flour, and pork manufactories, and other
articles of Western products for the South, to pass
from here on those roads, because by those roads
they are at the market for their consumption in the
interior, whereat, when shipped down the river to
vtcktburg, New Orleans, and around by Mobile,
Savannah and Cbaieleston. it will have to be whip
ped to the planters at Urge additional expense, for
such long, round about transportation, resbipments.
Ac Thereloi e, the consumer and merchants of
the interior of the Sou u lb wiil make their purchases
at Kentucky City, and the produce and merchandize
of the Southern States for Western consumption
will be forwtrded to this point here, to be sold or
exchanged for Western productions, or to be ship
ped still farther West The aggregate of all these
varied transactions will create aud concentrate here
such a vat amount of business, as will make this
point the Ureest and most important city ot the
KKtUsippi valley, for all those Railroads will Dot
only rappiuiy populate and tucrease me productions,
export and imports of the whole couuUy, but.
raimlng North and bouin, wm multiply and luroisn
markets, aud thereby immedalely spring up and
Increase to an enormous extent a trade between
those regions, in the exchange of the productions
and manufactures of the North for the valuable
staples of the South; they will originate the business
which sosulns them, by peoetratiug aecuoas aooaoo
in in th richest agricultural and miueraj produe-
lions, but H secluded from all other avenues of
communication, as to have rtuiajoed ntxieveiopca
PaThere oust be some great and prominent CEN'
TRAL POINT between the North ani the South,
at which will concentrate, for sale or for exchange,
the aupicsof ooe section for those of the other.
The South Atlantio and Gulf cities have been suiv
uk to connect with the Ohio aaJ MiaaUaippl vaKies.
K it be true that Kentucky City is the nearest
point at the Ohio end Miaciaiuppi rivrra to Charles
toe and 8vanoah and le ail the South Atlantic
State, and that the railroads areor will be la twelve
months completed connecting those . cities and
SlaUs with this point, will not Ihe fact that this
point at the junction of the Ohia and Mississippi
and below all their tributaries, end that the railroads
from the North and West will meet here with those
for the East and South, prove that this must inev
itably become the great centre of trade and com
merce It must be evident to all who will investigate,
that the 300 acres which we now propose to sell in
lots of various sizes immediately upon the river,
and above and belowand all around the depot
grounds, offer greater opportunities for speculation
than were ever before presented. ,
I am Very Respectfully,
Your Obedient Servant
BEN. EDWARD3 GREY.
Fatil Affbat at Hilesa. We learn in a pri
vate note to the editor, from the Postmaster at Uel-1
ena, atk., iwno u a rename gentleman,; 011
affray occurred in that place on Saturday last, be
tween James M. Cleveland, Esq., editor of the
Star, and Q. K. Underwood, Esq , editor of the
Shkld. They fought with pistols and knives. Mr.
Underwood was mortally, and Mr. Cleveland dan
gerously wounded. The difficulty grew out of a
newspaper controversy. When the note was written
Mr. U. was thought to be dying. We have no fur
ther particulars. Memphit Xews, 24th.
The Alexandria (La) Republican says that the
cotton crop in that region will be an eulire failure.
There has been too much rain. Sereveport and
vacinitpmuch damage has beeu done to cotton by
a heavygale of rain and wind. The Concordia
Intelligencer of recent date, says: "In addition
to the rot now so prevalent in all the cotton fields of
our section of country, we have to add that im
mense swarms of caterpillars have invaded maoy
plantations. It seems that a variety of obstacles
are combined at the same time to preveut our plan
ters making a full crop.
Business is almost entirely suspended in Lake
Providence, La., on account of the yellow fever.
The disease is also still on the increase in Patterson
ville, Baton Rouge, and Bayou Grosse Tete. There
were five deaths in Natchez during the week ending
on the 11th, and the disease has since beeu steadily
on the increase. The rigid quarantine which was
thought to be so efficacious, has proved a failure.
The health offieer has officially announced the exis
tence of the fever, and the geueral opinion is that
it will become epidemic.
The Greenviile Patriot, of Thursday week says
that the crops are everywhere in the upper country
remarkably fine, and the farmers and planters have
been remarkably favored by the seasons. Never
had they better weather for saving fodder or pick
ing' OUt cotton.
Hicavt Fall or Wheat. The Richmond En
quirer states that on Tuesday morning the fifth floor
of the large seven story warehouse near the fi iur
mills of Mr. 11 a it all, on James river in that city,
gave way under the weight of wheat which had
been stored therein, carrying with it the remaining
floor, all loaded with wheat As much probably a
20,000 bushels of wheat fell amidst a heavy mas of
broken timbers, directly upon tho warter wheels ol
the upper mill, crushing the main wheel into atoms
and injuring two other wheels.
Mr. Haxall loses from $10,000 to $20,000 from
this catastrophe. .;
The Baltimore Patriot notices a dungeroui coun
terfeit of the denomination of f 20 on the Union
Bauk of Wilminston, Delware. They are so well
executed that $600 of them were passed ou a
Manager and Lessee
Lead sr of Orchestra
' JOHN OREEV.
...R. C. GRlKHSnN.
O. M TA LOR
...... C. JlUNTLiiY.
I AST night of the distinguished young tragedians, Mis
J CHARLOTTE WYfcTIK, who wiU appear In tragtdy
Staurdxy evening, September SSth, will be performed
the admi rd play or the STRANG KK.
Mrs. Haller Miss CBABLnrra Wtstts
Stranger.... Mr Mohtimkr.
To conclude with the laughable comedy of Tlid. W it t' 3
Lady KHxabeth Miss Wrrrra.
Col. Freelove..... Mr. MoKTixaa.
Boz Office open from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M., and from 8 P. M.
to 5 P. M , when and where Box Sheet may be seen and
seats secured, on application to Mr. Huntley, Treasurer.
Doors open at T Peformance to commence at 7X-
P arc ta or ADMttaios. Box and Parquette, 75 cents; Sec
ond Tier, SO eenlt; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 cenU;
Colored box, 60 cents; Colored Gallery, 25 cents.
OF TOWN LOTS IN
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 22d, 1S55, a sale of Lots W
in KENTUCKY CITY wiU commence at public ri-jjj
outcry, and continue from day to day until all are wi 'fi
posed of. The rapid growth and future permanent prosper
ity of this place being the prominent object with the Pro
prietors, all the lots will be sold without reserve, and on the
most Liberal Term it, both as to time and manner of
This Town is located in the county of Hickman, State of
Kentucky, upon the East bank of the Mississippi river, 15
miles below the mouth of the Ohio, and just below and
adjoining the present town of Columbus, and has within its
corporate limits the Depot and Station Grounds of the great
Mobile and Ohio Railroad, at its Northern terminus.
' It would be out of place In this advertuetnent to fC
dwell at leosth. and in detail. uion all the advan'a-
ges of this location, and the brilliant prospects of a
city so fortunately situated, and being a terminal point of
such a road upon such a river; but let the inquirer look at
the prominent facta and reason fur himself. Kentucky City
has a high and healthy locality protected from .ill inunda
tions, by the nature of the grounds, theheighlh of the river
bauk and the necessary embankment lor the Railroad track;
il is surrounded by a fertile and healthy country, rapidly
settling. Its front is washed by the mighty "Father of Wa
ters," navigable from this point at all seasons f the year
for the largest class steamers, with a permanent and endur
ing bank, and having confessedly one of the best and most
secure harbors to be tound from New Orleans to ft. Louis.
Kentucky City is in direct connection with the Mobile and
Ohio Railroad, having its Depot within ber limits. By
steamboat connection, which has been arranged, w will be
in daily communication with the great Illinois Central Rail
roxd at Cairo,and also by a like connection with tho Cairo and
Fulton, or great California route, the road now fondly cher
ished by the three States of Missouri, Arkansas and Texas,
as also the St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad, one
branch of which is proposed to terminate on the West bank
of the river opposite our town. The Mobile and I hio k.ui
rood comes up to us from Alabama, passing throogb Musi
slppl and Western Tennessee, its cars freighted with the
sugar, the cotton, the rice, and tropical fruits of the South,
to return aden with the provisions and breadstuff, and all
the products and manufactures of the West and North,
brought down to us by the Illinois Central si.d other Rail
roads, and by the Ohio and Mis issippi rivtrs, with their
numerous and lengthy tributaries. Kentucky City being
thus brought within Iwenty-fuurjhours' run of either, is about
equal distance between the Southern Gulf entrance to the
Atlantic and th cities of the Northern Lakes. The Inter
change of commodities, the legitimate trade and barter in
the product of different climes roust lake place hers; her
must they stop, here be stored, and her transhipped. Il
ean require no ken of prophecy to foresee a brilliant future
for a city thus fortunately located and blest with a combina
tion of so many natural and artificial outlets lor travel and
Term of Sale.
- A credit of one and two years, with personal security and
a lien reervi d upon the property ; or twenty percent carh
and one and two years rrtdit, without personal security for
the balance, at the option of the purchaser.
E. J. BCLLOCK.
W. H. H TAYLOR,
I1KN. ED WAHIDS GKET,
Trusters aLd Proprietor,
N. B la order to pay their sub-- iptton to the Mobile
and Ohio IU1I road Company, the proper authorities of Ihe
town of Columbus Issued three hundred six per cent tnirty
years bond-s of one haodred dollars each, interest payable
semi annauailr These bonus, after being endorsed by the
Mobil and Ohio Railroad Company, were put upon the
maikel, and ar sow selling at eighty-Bv cents to th dol
lar, though they w.U b receive.1 by as at par in payment
lor any Lot bought at our tal in Kentucky City; eo-nalf
paysblo down, the other half two jcars thereafter.
Wheat, Wheat !
WE have on hand and ar dailv lereiviug extra beav
4 4 and 7-J Oanabarrs mad Sheetings suiiaSIa for
heat and torn Back which w will sell tow lo Caia.
MOilGAN A CO ,
' au! -tf Nv 49 Public Eojnt.ro.
GREAT SOUTUtiltiV DEl'OT
- - ani ;i;ni;ual aulncy
lr tbe Mal f very IecrlpiUn of
JHaaiuiartartd Article" and JIip
BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
HAS taken th Unsiv and commodious War Room
lately occupied by Messrs. 8. U. LOoMIS A CO , cor
Dr of Pwbh Aiaar asd College street, for U purp
f transacting aa seav Cassasuiln jtfrutr
and Auction Hasiaesih and wooid neat reapert
tuity soricit CoaaiswrneBU of cA Good of mvy aad way
tjsrrtrtHrn adapted to la snarke. Having detsrauoed at
to s)vretiaa map artic oa kis its account, and Battering
himself thai front long cxponenc la eesBaaercta life, wua
a d.tervitnarioa ta gi aaiuracuoa to Ceaslgorr aad Chip
pa, wiil a happy t ar-ea eorvespoDdeao with Maoafao
tarors, DssJtra. Ae la th v.ricms Cities of th Catea, wh
may wish a procopt aad eOcteal Agsal ar Factor la this
tsy Orders fee U Tattoo tYodarts of th onantry at
tended to. UkSJ. V. hUlEliitf.
Haaavtifr, 8Ti.l, l srplo f
C IlUItC II ANDEUSON, '.:
CwMttalsaiwMaud t'orwardlMK merchant,
"MARRIED On Thursday evening, Sept 20th, (
at the residence of the bride's fa-her, John Morris.
iq., iu mis county, oy tier. John K. llendrick,
Rev. Jons T. Edgar, D. D., of Nashville, to Mrs.
Ann CairrtSDKS. Frankfort Commonwealth, 25ih.
TOR SOUTHLAND, PADUCAH AND CAIRO.
"PHE light drauehttiimer IIART3-
JL VILLE, Chiblks Ktmis, Master,
will leave for the above and interme
diate ports, THIS (SATURDAY) MORNI.Mli, at 10 o'elock.
for freight or passage apply on beard ep23 It
IMPORTANT T3 THE PUBLIC!
Stay Limited ie Saturday, October 20!
BT PARTICULAR REQUEST, from the eitiini of this
citj, and adjoining counties, Mr. Summon h consent
ed to remain in this city until S.itardT, October 20th. Kn
gHement eliewhere will forbid his remaining any longer;
therefore, immediate application it requisite to obUin his
CELEBRATED SPtCT ACLEf, as he wiil p itiveTy cloe on
that d 17. tcp-29 toc:20
L. SIIF.LTON, haying resumed the MARBI.EAWI
BCslNESS, solicits his old friends and the1
pub ic in general, who may desire work in his line,
to give him a can si nis ;nop, corner or UHurc n
street and the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
Denot. He will keen constantly on hind a supply
of MONCMENT.VTOMB3, Ac, of the finest italiau nl
American Marble. All work executed in tne nest manner,
and warranted. sep29 tf
MRS. GIRTRUDE J. CAREY'S
ROARUIKU AND BAY SCHOOL
WILL resume its Session on Monday, September 10th.
Circular:, may be obtained on application at her resi
dence, 8. W.orner fine and Fifteenth streets, Phi;ad-TptiU.
RiraaKKOS Kev. H. A. Boardman, D. D., Rev. William
Chester, I). D., Rev. J.Newton Brown, T. D., Rev. Henry
Darling, Rev. O. Lv Piatt, Rev. J. ttordjn Mixwell, Phila
delphia lion. William L. Marry, Secretary of State, Judge P. V.
Daniel, Supreme Court V. 8., Washington City; Kev. Thoa.
II. Skinner, D. D., Uev. Joel Parker, D. 0., New York; Kev.
George Wuodbridse, P.T. Daniel, Jr., Esq., Richmond, Va.
Hon. Cave Junson, President Bank of Tennessee, Nash
ville, Tenn ; A. K. Crosier, Comptroller, Nashville, Tenn.
sep29 2w - -
CORN AND COB MILL.
AGENTS FOR THE MAKERS.
WE are Agents for selling this eelebrated Mill, and will j
constantly have on hsnd a supply of each of the three j
sixes, No. 3, S and 4, al Manufacturers' prices.
Also, Hovey's Patent Straw Cutters and Com Shelters. '
sep28-lm KIRKMAN t.LLlg.
FOR THE LADIES RECEIVED BT EXPRESS.
LADIES Super French Ueeled flaiters;
" Congress Heeled Boats:
" Brows Congre-is Goiters.
A few dsen psirs of the latest styles and very tiand'ome,
jnst opened by JOHN RAMAUE,
sepJS 4i College st.
r A DIES' Brown Freuch Toilet Slippers;
J " rine Black Kid Slippers, Plain and Trimmed,
opened this day by JOHN RA.MAGK,
Srp28 ' College sU
f'O ItTlSA MiliA T AUCTION.
ON SATURDAY, the 29 h of September, I will offer for
sale t the Court House, in N-hvllle,the re.-iileoce part
of the Brewer Property, kituated on the corner of Jefferson i
aud Cherry streets. The house contains eitTt rooms anu
basement story. The lot fronts MX feet on Jefferson street,
running bark on Cherry street 9? feet, to a ten feel alley.
The above propert will be sold for one half cash, and the
balance in one and two ears, without interest.
K. A. BALLoWK, Gen. Ag"t,
No. 17 Deadeiick street.
E. R. Gliscock, Auctioneer. sep27 td
M A'r. I'AIII.
TOHN H WILLUMS, Treasurer, and W. R ELI.ISTOH,
J eecret.ir of tne Fair, will attend at the ortioe of W. R.
Elliston, in the Methodist Book Cono-rn, E.nt si e Public
Sqnrej every dy this week, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M., to
receive entries lor Premiums and the yearly dues f om mera-l-ers
of he Davidson t'ountv Society. Any information on
the subject of the Fair may be obt lined of these omoTs, or
of Gen. IS. F. Cheatham, Chief Marshal, Dr. Shelby and F.
R. Raii.s. K- G EVSI MAN.
eei '2t$-4t Sec. Mate Bureau.
The Favorite Authoress of the South.
A New Njvel by the Au'hor of "Atone." First Edition
10,000 Co. ies Now Heady.
Till. II 1 11. . lATlf,
A Novel, by MARION II tit LAND, of Richmond, Va One
Elegant i2mo vol. 4U pages.
'I'HE extraordin ry success cf Miss tlarlamrs "Alone
A ruuiiin through edition aftt-r edition, witn great rapid
ity rei.ubiiihed n rnulund with a still larger sale trans
lated into the rench and German laripuig-s with marked
success is perhaps the best evidence of tho origiuaii'.v and
popularity of her writings. In the language of an eminent
critic: ".She may henceforth take rank among tne most
successful novelists of ilia United States."
"Thoe who have read 'Alone' and those who have not,
should will be interested and gratified to know that a new
hoik by Virginia's gifud authores, entitled 'The Hidden
Path,' is now ready. Beautifully as ' Marion Harlaad ' has
woveu the threads of life in other romance ?ud song she is
a poetess of rare felicity we are safe in preUrting that her
new work wiil surpass all her previous ctforts'u tir.e deline
ation, brilliancy and power, and that Mr. Derby wiil be call
ed upon to lecord it on his bovk as one of the most popular
and successful of modern literary issues. Since reading
'Alone,' we shall impatiently await tlie appearance of 'The
Uiduen Path. " J 1'. citiny Jlirrvr.
For sale by CUARuES W. SMITH,
Sepifl BUS 41 College street.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTEltY.
JASPER C0TJ1IIT ACADEMY LOTTERY!
By Authority o the State of Georgia.
mil a c o n , a
rilllia LOTTERY is conducted on the plan of the Royal
X .Lottery ol Havana, of single numbers, and tirawn at
CONCERT HALL, Macon, Ga., under the sworn superin
tendence of Col. GEO. M. LOGAN and JAS. A. N1SBLT, Esq.
Grand Scheme for October 15, 1&3, when Prizes amount
S 6 0 , 0 0 0 ,
Will be distributed as follows :
1 Prise of
of ft NtOI
of HI is
of i u u
of fo is
of $roo is
of H0 Is
of 50 is
23 Approximation Prises tM
001 Prizes, A mo u ii 1 1 ii r. to GO,COO.
Only 10.000 Numbers.
Every Prize drawn at each drawing, and paid, when due.
In full, without deduction. Orders strictly confidential.
Drawings sent to orders. Rrgulered letters at my risk.
Bills on all solvent Caul's at par.
Tickets $10, Halves $5, Quarters $2.50.
Addiess, JAMES t. WINTER, Manager,
sep26 td Macuu. .
Till St' MALL.
IWIf.L s-ll to the highest bidder, on Thurwlsy, th ISth
of Oetober, at th residence of Jo. W. Hell, lour mile
from Nashville, on the Lebanon road, one Nrgro Man, Wo
man and Child, one Hor.e and Wason, two Cows and Cilves,
and a 'I the Uourhold aud KiU-hen furniture, and all other
property conveyed to me by deed of lrut, includ.ng a No.
1 PIANO. Said deed is dated 6th January la.t, and duly
registered in the Register's office, book , pag .
Terms made known on the day of rale.
sep25 did E. D PAYNE, Trustee.
VOW L tNIIN-440 bsgs Prim Baltimore Otffi;
1 luO doz. assorted 1'ickl.s,
2 half pipes pure o d Corrnae Brandy.
sep25 StYMjLR, fANNINO CO.
t ( bbls Crushed aud Powdered Sugars;
S i hhds Wh te Chryslalised do;
3d boxes double Ke fined loaf do;
V5 bbls Baltimore Kefin. d do.
sep2A SKYMOCR, F4NNIS3 A CO.
lx'l boxes low priced Virginia Tobacco;
80 do celebrated "Pn di
f.O do "Pride of Virginia" da
'to do Palinrtio Twist do
lOO.OtX) Spanish and A merican Cigars;
1"0 do, bo i en Sardines,
J" bbls Nets, assorted;
bags each Pepper, Spice and Ginger.
pa3 SKYMOL-R, FAN NINO A CO.
f 0 bales No. 1 ttsuai.urvs;
2ikJ keva Purs and No. I Wlif Lead. For so,! low.
aep25 BfYMOLR, f AN.NLNG A CO.
Ur ANTEII 1U1EDIATELY-S0,000 bo. j
COK.I, (New Crop.) I
SEYVfOL'R, PlNVINQ A CO.,
aep33 Corner Market and Church streets, i
KEDUCTI0N OF FBEHiHM
FIIO.TI NE lOUK TO ClIAULEvro.N.
M-CREERY & HOOK, j
Cotton Factors, j
C0XJHSSI03T AST) FOKWAKDIXG MJK2CHA5TS, !
II UO UN'S WIIAIIF
UTILT. promptly attend to th. sale ol all kir-ds of PRO.
DL'CS, totlis KkCUVINU AXD uKW AkDLNU of
Goods, sod lo ti filling of orden ia this mat k-1.
Th 8tam rh'p Comiaaie hsvuig r laced lb freight to
eight cents per toot, Biakcs this th chesps-st and aoickest
route by wi tch o ship Goods to Tennessee, Alabama and
Kentucky from the Northern Ciii-s. All ship and forward
itif ctMfrt will follow the good io Utelr dtulanauoa.
U7M ar snanafacuirtnga rhoic anic of Ftoar eap
etally fc.r family ase, which w offer to li trad oa
th moat ht.ersl lerraa. A II order tvft at th ofSe wiil most
prompt attretioa, if O. HAMMOND A CO.
LA N II IV A It II AN T.S I win pay Ca to aU pr
aoaa havutg Laad W arrants to dispuM f.
B. A. B ALLOW I, ti At
It , Mo. 1' IWarlerica si.
0XCX S0E TO THZ SESCT7S
'pill aad6rs,goed bee leav to Inform tArlr frteada and
A .atroos thai Uiey bar re epent-1 their btios al Ka.
is Market strswi, sis bavw just received a lanre supply of
Cigara.Liqe.ra, Witn, Ac,wbidt Usy eaVr rsa oa wy j
liberal term. Tftasktul -r til anorai swiroaag nmtm.
furs received, they hop by strict atuatMm la aawtMO ta
Mrtl a aonuaaaix) of the saaw.
ap,T L. D. GOLDBHQ A CO.
Explained and Exposed.
TOON, N ELSOS CO. nava jus reoehred
Modern Hysterias Explained and Exposed
In Four Parts.
I. Clairvoyant Revelations of A. J. Davfs.
II. Phenomena of Spiritualism Explained and ExpMfd.
IIL Evidences that the Bible is given by Inspiration of
the Spirit of God, as compare with evidence that
thew manifest') tions are from the spirits of men.
IV. Clairvoyant Revelations of Emanuel Saredenborg.
By Rev. A. Mahan, First President or Cleveland Uni
versity. The Escaped Nan :
Or. Disclosures of Convent Life; ad the Confession
of a Sister of Charity.
A NEW 8UPPLT C
N E W PUm(TIONS
SYD3TEY SMITH'S LIFE AND LETTERS.
W. T. BERRY A CO. havejust received
SYDNEY SMITH'S LIFE AND LETTERS.
A Memoir of the Reverend Sydaey Smith, by his Daughter,
lady Holland; with a Selection from his Letters, edited by
Mrs. Austin. 3 vol., 12mo., muslin.
A more than commonly delightful and wholesome book.
Lady Holland has now fulfilled her mother's wish, hy
writing such a memoir as will enable the world to under
stand her father's character more nearly in i's full integrity.
Mrs. Austin, at the same time, has arranged each of his
letters as could honestly he published, and illustrated thera
with a delightful preface fu'.l of sound and helpful comment
Lady Holland has produced a vivid and Interesting pic
ture of the more private career and domestic life of her
father. A charming picture of a remarkable man, as he
appeared to his friends and family. London Spectator.
Next to a day with Sydney Smith himself, there could
scarcely be enjoyed a richer treat than the perusal of this
book. It is a worthy memo-ial of one of the wisest and
best, as well as the wittiest of mec London Literary Ga
tttte. A more lovely picrnre has seldom been presented to the
world than tiat of this brave and bright creature, so rich.
In wit, humor, high animal spirits. Inexhaustible kindliness,
manly independence, sagacious good sense. To read this
book Is a moral tonic. It is a lesson in life. It makes us
happier and better. And while it does this, it presents more
entertuinment than any took easily named, so rich is it in
wisdom, in association, in personal gossip about well known
pvople London Leiiger.
The letters do credit t. hi honesty, nis heart, and his
understanding. Thev are a oronf of th clearness of his
conceptions, the vigor and brevity of his statements, and .
the p rennial fertility of his comic fancy. London Juar- j
Urty Rerime. P '
Valaahlc Theological Works.
W. T. BERRY A CO. have recently received
1 The Life and Epistles of St. Paul, by the Rev. W. J. .
Conybeare and Rev. J. S. Howsoa. 3 vols. j
3 Hippolytus and His Aje: or the Beginnings and Pros- '
peels of Christianity, by the Chevalier Bunsen. 9 vols.
8 Davidson's Introduction to the New Testament. 8 vols. .
4 Jeremy Taylor's Whole Works, with his Life and a Critical .
Examination of his Writings, by Bishop Heber. 10 vols, j
6 Barrett's Synopsis of Crit cisms on Difficult aud Disputed
Passages of the Old Testament. 6 vols. I
Kev Thomas Boston's Complete Works, with his Life, Ao.
edited by McMillan. 13 vols, (scarce.)
7 Morning xercises at Cripplegate, St. Giles acd Sooth-
wark, forming a Complete Body of Divinity, by ail the j
distinguished Puritan Divines, edited by Nicnols. voht,
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 io-'aw, 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 th
Pope to the Poutificat of Nicolas V, by Milman.
13 Lawson's Biole Cyclopasdia, containing the Biography,
Geography and Natural History of the Holy Sci iptures.
13 Geneste's Parallel Histories of Judah and Israel. 3 vols.
14 Bishop Horne's tomplete Works. 8 voU.
15 Ecclesia-tical Greek Historians; embracing Fnsebius'
Constantinand Ecclesiastical History, Socrates' Histo
ry, Sosomen's Narrative, Theodorefs Ecclesiwilical His
tory, and Evag. itu' History. vols.
16 Hardwick's History of the Articles of Religion. 1 vol.
IT Infidelity; its Aspects, Causes and Agencies, by Rev.
Tl'omas Pearson. 1 vol.
13 Areltbishop Potter's Discourses on Chnrch Government.
19 The Venerable Bedes Complete Works, In tho original
Latin, accompanied by a New English Translation ef
the Historical Works. 12 vols., calf.
20 Robert South's Sermons, Preached upon several occa
sions. & vols., calf.
il Robert Hall's Complete Works. ( vols.
ii Writings of Arminius, translated from th Latin. 8 vols.
23 Works of Bixhop Sage, 8 vols.
24 Wall's Hutorycf Infant Baptis.n. 4 vols.
25 Gietder's Compendium of Ecclesiastical History. 3 vols.
26 Stephens' History of the Church of Scotland. 4 vols.
27 Doddridge's Family Expositor. 6 vols.
23 Blair's Sermons, with his Life, Ac. 4 vol.
29 Robinson's Scripture Characters. 4 vols.
80 Eadie's Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesiaos.
81 Neaoder's Chuich History. 5 Vols,
82 Mason's Spiritual Treasury. 1 vol.
83 Massillon's Sermons, with hi Life, Ae. 1 vol.
84 Greek Harmony of the Gospel, by Stront. 1 vol.
83 Life and Works of Thomas Arnold, D. D. 3 vols., half
86 Calruet's Dictionary ol th Holy Bible.
OATS . WANTED.
r-MWO THOU8AND BUSHELS OATS rV ANTED, for which
X we wilt pay CAdU.
irp'ii la - KIRKPATRICK A NET1NS.
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
"IT'5 wi" Tenon Monday, !4th Inst., the larrest stock ef
VV CLOAKS', MANTILLAS, ao., Ac, ever ulT.red In tliU
City. All persons wanting a nice) article would do well to
call, as our stock embrace every thins new, ranging la
prices from t to t'- R. C. McNAICY A CO.
FOWLER 6l NOUTOV,
COMMISSION AND FOE WARDING 2IEECHAHTS,
Afrenti for Illinois Central B&ilroad,
sep 21 ttira Cairo, Illinois).
VN ELECTION will be held at the Office of tbe Tennes
see Marine and Fir Insurance Company on Monday,
the 1st day of October next, for the purpose of sleeting Di
rects s for the ensuing twelve months.
. pi t td JUSEPH TACLX, 8eoy.
WISH to bay six or eight good smooth young Negroes,!
from 1 to kd. Also, two good Carpenters and a brick
Rkta W. PuRTEH.
T It SI IT: If 'r ttPIU l-SiS km Wrnn.M Br,iV- !
from 3 to fix Inchc, received by strainer rssiL and I
for sale by sepill D. D. DICKAY. I
.7ATEIl PIPE Sand I inch Water Pipe, Just ra-
ceived and for sale by D. D. DICKEY, j
sepJl No 5 Colleg street, i
T I It O N 100 bundles thret Iron. Just receiv
ed and for sale by D. D. PICKI.T, 4
se,l No. 8 College street.
Steel in ;;i' TlllE !,,lS-:6anllJs;Sll
Bugr-y Tire.just receive land for sat b pTf,jj,r
arp2t Q No. 3 College street.
TIEN AND Cll AV TS-Jast received, another
1 supply tf hsndsom Cravat and Tios. Also a variety
of seasonable Stocks, all sises. J. 11. McGILL
POKE HE Cll tTIIIIIE lUcelved, this day, a
' t choic lot of seasons hie Bobrs, j CasttBsere, Main do
Lain and Oil Calico, and for sale by J. U. MjILL.
SI 1 1 It TN ANI (Oi.l. AIIH Ano'hor supply of
Shirts, all warrntrd to til well aasl U b ssl la th best
style. A.su, C i Wars of efry style, received and for sal by
sepll U. McGILL.
U.Mmil'I.L k fin supply 4 rnbrellas of Eilk,
U'Dgliara and t'ottoo. AL,o,aUw Buggy I'mbroUa
to serves perm uisut lop for open B urates, received aad
frsaiby J- H. Me. ILL,
Ladies' and Gentleman's Fambing f tore.
Or ptl Comer College st and K'tuar.
NEW (. O U IU .
'ItT'Khav rceeivrd'aa aassrtmert of aw styl FACT
FKkNCM CAtMklU, r A.NCT PLCMI TLLYtT
awl R1CU IUZ VKTlNtid, for Fail and Winter wear,
which we ar prepared to soak up lo oidrr la th lata!
tvte. Ta Inspectwa af oar etuunr ami the paHae l
solicited. CUFTU . ABBOTT. t
epl Ka, IS CsUr strr.t.
TEW IlItlEU APPLL1 waatotl br
D. D DIC;
aaglt V. 6 Coileg Street, XavfA.
(OIINr-tUaacUariMBkiU Cora, )ao roosivwd aa4
V tituMl; O. O. DICKKY.
Srpt7 Nj. J CoUg 'r
QZSTtzLsrs rtxs Eors asd OAXixsa.
JtKCkJViD T 11111 DAT,
GtNTJ topee Browa hip Coegrcs Galtars; j
Cioth ou do p'Ja k with fpa; '
Paural Leaxbos Drwas Rom;
U ith Tartars thr tin: vry cuawwr and of Um tttoat
taaAioaabl saake. Jast epaaod at 4J CMKe suvst.
,ag3 JVUS AAwAfiK. I
TSo 34 Corner of Summer ani Deaderick Streets,
QITUATED In the mo-t desirable part of te City,
a"u convenient m tne t spttol. Oar Room ar
equal to any in the City , and the Table will be sup
plier wnn me oesi. n e win endeavor to give satis- .
faction to all, and solicit a uVral patmnsge. Prices mod
MRd. LYON A N. B. AKIN.
sepl7 1m ,
NOTICE TO STONK .VIASON.
7"I in'end to erect a Stott Data at wr Factory, srn
v V miles North of Florence, A'a., and 'iie bids for th
execution of the work, which contains short two thousand
perches Tfier is an excellent quarry near the spot, front
which the rocks may be carried by water. Bids must reach,
ns by the first of November next. Addrr-s us at Lauder
da e Factory, Ala. B. F. FOSTER A CO.
AGENTLKM AN who has hf considerable experience as
TEACHER nd as BOuK-KKKPER, ard is in every
respect well qualified f.r either, wishes to obtain a situation.
For further information, please apply at the Tm Whig
Office. sep!9 2wttw
I HATE made arranir""ents for a fill sunply of all k'nds
and sizes of NEWS PAPER; and will fill orders wfh ear
snal promptness, anles it Is for odd sises, which should b
oi tiered two seeks in advance.
I expect to be in operation acain In sixty dsys or less,
when we hope matters will go on as usual.
sepl$ 2w W. 8. WHITEMAN.
rpnE Missouri hemp manufacturing company
A is now making st Hundred Coils por week of a very
superior article of STRETCH KD MACHINE BALK ROPE.
All orders promptly tjn.d, t the lowet mai kel rate, by
JOHN T. DOUGLASS, President,
epl tm No. 42 Commercial at, St. Louis, Mo.
I. C. NICIIiOLSON &, CO.
HAVE LOCATED AT NO. 22 PUBLIC SQUARE,
"Wills an Eutircljr iw Stock ol Staple
OF the Newet and Latest Styles and ef the best quality ;
11 rf which will be sold al the very lowest priees. We
particularly invite all t f our friend, and thoe in w mt of
(;od ailtl 4 heap ;xl to rail at 22, ard
w will take ureal pleasure in showing our stock. We think
it will be io the interest of all to come and look for them
selves. sepl9 tm
I.OII MALE Seven Lots situa-ed in Edgefi.ld, front
ing on the White's Creek Turnpike, this -ide of Camp
bell's store; all enclosed. The abuv property is well situ
ated either f-T biuiuess or residences. Terms ea-y. En
quire of II. A. iAI.LtnVK, GfO. Agent,
sepi a No. 1 Deaderick street.
FIN E PER F 03 1 ERY, cT
JUST received, from first hands importers, a good assort
ment of tint Prrf Hiiirjr. Funcjr Arfi
ClfN, A'C. cmsit-t'tig in part of the following, vis :
A large invoice of afenu-n- rnirlish Ttvuh and Hair Brash
es. AL-.o, a fin' a'wrtroent treeiady for children.
Puffs and Puff Boxes, (something new and very nice.)
Luhin's Pennine Kxlraeis;
Fine Ivoev Toh Combs;
Large Hoffiio Dres-rnn and Barbers' Combs;
Large Transparent Wah Balls,
Basic's Karoer's Klorks;
Toilet Vinegar, a superior article for the Bth;
Tooth Paste and Soau, of various styles an i patterns;
Hair Gloves and Bathing Hruhm;
Bay Run, ('Xtra fin- in lare boiile;)
Lyon's Kathairon; Hirry's I riropherou;
Vegetable nd L q lid Rii Pink Sa cers;
Skin powdrrn, of assorted Kinds
Hair dyes of Ihe most apprivett Brands
For sale at .STITCH'S nit 11 STORK,
sepl Cornrr C.dieg- ami Union street.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ASD DAGTJERREA3 AETISTS,
AMD LEALEItS J.Y
Uasuerreoffpe Mock and Apparatua,
2t Uui.m and 53 CVUege Sirt-tt..
ADVANCE IN P IMIIt.
WIN 11 to the advanced price in Sa tp"tr- I fix the price
Ol rowiier from fits j.ne at the lolilownig rates :
for Dupoat's Ride P.iwdcr, per keg, $7 &
-'- half 4 IH(
u quarter fr
Tennessee B'sstipg, " J so
Nashville, Sept. 1, Is'.
g u rTTro v i) e it .
I HAVE now on hand, and will hereafter keep a constant
sapply of the following articles :
Dupont's) relcbrnlrd Itlflaiid Kparttnsr
Powder, ia canisters aud quarter, hall and whole
Teiiiines.tor' It tatting, In x-gs of 2V.bs and bar
rels ol Iritis.
Toy Iticklord A. Co'a Safety Fuses war
Railroad Contractors, Miners and th Trad generally,
supplied at the lowest market prices.
Prompt atuntion given to all orders.
w ALTTR 8COTT,
A uent for the Manufacturer,
Office with E. 3. Cheatham Co.,
Sep.? Corner of i-priny and College klroelA.
PCULIC SALE OF
BT virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me by Jas
L. James and Kob't Purhsnan, I wiil sell at pub-XZ
ke outcry, ou the 27 th of October next, on the premises, ih
Plia.NIX FI'ltNA t'K
And 4 , 0 O O Arm mt Land,
About the half well timber-d, situated about thre miles
from Palmyra, Tenn , on the Cumberland river. 1 h.
Furnace is newly built, the work well executed and built !
tlie direction of Mr. J. L. James, a practicsj and well edu
cated iron man. It is not Inferior to any Furnace ia the
flat of Tennessee, and is adapted to making iron by hot
or cold blast, with all th necessary machinery for the pur
pose in good repair. Tlie Ore Banks are within ona sailo of
tli Frrnace, and ar believed by good judge to b inex
haustible. Tsaaa or Fax Six thousand dollars payable in tea
months front the date cf tlx stir, and the balance In one,
two and three years, sccording to the terms of th deed.
Possession to be given as soon as tit terns cf th sale ar
Any person who d-sir-s 'oee the property, ran k shown
It by J. O. ghacklrford, Clarksville, or by Tho. Hinson,
who lives on the premises.
set ttwtds J. O PHACKLFFORD, Trust.
Nashville Tm Whig will publish In tri weekly till day o f
ale. t'btrtrU! t'hronit-le.
'I'HtT Wir forked tor and anxiously antic psted brand)
a of Tobiirra. manutactuisii cxpretody lor a, ta re
ceived and fur sals by
LY'rN;s A CO.,
1 Cedar street.
A. J. FRANCISCO.
MAKTJFACTTJEEX AND IEALXB CT -
HATS, CAPS & LADIES' FURS,
Na. 33 Public Square.
Pfl MT ACTCM JTTLB OF MOLK
lJV fKI HAT FOR ISM I now rvsdy
'"for In.pection at No. S3 Pubh
Pqnare. Those who wish aa elegant
PRru-'S HAT are Invited to rail and leave ,
their orders early. Those who left thir
order during th week, will Cod their llsi ready tor
delivery to-day. A. J. FRsNt 1SCO,
Sep I No. X3 Public iuuar.
LONDOTs FMOKE. fROWJl nCNGARIA, AMD
THE BROWS AND PtARL ALB' r.N IS UAT.
Tlias ar entirely naw styles of goods worthy th at-
tioa of all who desir sjmttiing La.ty la th Hat line,
sept A. J. FRANCISCO,
CAP! APNll CAPM1I
rrtu awn unys ri.OTH and Pi.r-m i
il C APO- rf vry deMnption and onsli'v, Jl
If AT CMPOiUUM, No. SJ Public iuar,.
A. J. FMtCISCO.
i IE rsninile.l that I hav th Wa; s-roow
IX. siorkel with kYthY TIIINtJ SkW AND Dl
MKAHLK in my line for th Fall Trad, aad would b
Bicaaed to nil their orders.
A. J. PSANCISSCO,
sept Ho. 13 PubiicSouarb
II O. ANDUEEF CATTLE.
tf E want to v hea aad thoroaghly ora- if I A
M Nued Park llasa. dcli.od M 'frA
Pork lloo from U. tto-k of NovrmNer to th t tlkrm
af January. A 'so, Usrg ad Utled
delivered from the -h of OesoNn H lb of November,
Iur whKA w will par lb h'gbe ausrket p'KW ia Lash.
I Oar extras v LstWrsfuD.al is sww awing thorsaighly ra
' Mirwd aad wiil a rly u buaiaess. w i pack Uoga
aad tiui oa aint, oast w krwl assured tnua out
loag sMncs in M u"ine, thai w shall kw able lo
rsauor general saiisfact a to ail who awy aatroaia aa.
ThoM who sk to a. Uug or Calilo packed will pleas
rail early, w ran be un I at all btna at ur offioe. No.
t South Froal strwt, avm, ivots.
J DOTLI A Ca
JOHN R HOWNE, r
C0&7ZS OF DIADOICX IT. A5D THZ SQT7A22,
IS aaw aPPWd wfta a StTIKIOR tTOCI OP GOODS
aad reawy w asit apva aU waa aay favor hint wnA a
A II lets Aaaartmeal at
Gentlcmeu'a Furniihinj Goods
X -r s-V UU1ED PEACH EKwasUd by
i D. D. D1CKTT,
X. Cr-Oeg auwt,.NaavalA.