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PHINTKD ANI tTBI.lHURD BT
U P. VcKESKIE ANI GEO. B. BROWN,
-Tt!tK THE FIRM OF
It. It. 71 GlUitKIG & CO.
tl. K. WALKER, AssiSTAKf Editor.
tE&Mo -Daily True Whig 8 00f
rri-Weekly 6 00 Vtn advance.
Weekly . 8 00),
r wish it iistinetly onderstOvd that no paper will
lw li s-ontinfied until all arrearage art paid, except at th
ep.o of the publisher.
Letters on tawinc with this office, to ensure atten
c o, mu4, in ail cum, be directed to B. K. McKaaaia Oo.
nnDiv ninic, net. is.
" The iirat Week in the Houae. "
The True Wlig co-.iuinsan article in reply to our j
review of "the first erk in the House." Tbat pa- j
f,cr aTB it not tru that the American by the
. word American the IT7.i means Know Nothing. j
party is in a minority in th? Iiou?." In milking ;
this statement, the True Whig coutradicts the pub- j
lis!i-d cauls of Mesar. Cclbura ar.d Galloway
which cards they have Bubtdautiated by tiicir gene j
ral a-tion, and by their votes for mot-tot the officers
of the Hous. Ihey eay they are not Know Noth
ir.es. The Trite Whig, in tffect, chIIs their state
ment untrue ; because, if they are not Know Noth
inja, then the K. N's. have not a majority in the
lfouse. We pJace much more confidence in their
own statetoenu than in that of the True Whig.
Union and American, Saturday.
The " continence " of the Union arid Ameri
can, in the " Ftatetnt-nts " of the gentlemen
named, Lbs rtcently improved, we imagine.
That paper induced us to believe that the anli
Atnerican party in the House had despaired of
fucci in attempting to control the votes of
inCepeudeul gentlemen. In its is&ue of Friday,
the 5th, iu a paragraph announcing the elec
tion of lion. Neil S. Brown, Speuker of the
Ilonre, it tays: The italics are ours
Mr. Coulburu, of Blount, w ho ay he is a Demo
crat, and Mr. Galloway, ot Henderson, who $ays he
is an anti Know Nothing Whig, voted for Governor
Browu throughout the contest. We state thcee
facts because e have claimed an anti Know Nothing
majority in the House. We elapsed the menibera
from JJIount and Henderson as they had tlwmnelve
d' fined tfwir fioiitiuus, nnd xuppowd, therefore, that
there could be no uiit-Uke iu toe matter.
The plain and unmistakeable inference from
the above paragraph is, that what its author had
" mpposcd, " bus turned out not to be the case ;
and what he pays amounts not o.ily to a vir
tual relirxjuishiiient by the Union and Ameri
can, of all expectation of "aid and comfort"
to its party from the gentlemen named, but a
plain and unmiHtakeaMe insinuation that those
g -ntlemen had misrepresented their own frui
tion, the justice of which insiuuutiou we pro
pose to exatrine briefly.
Mr. Galloway lias announced himself an old
line Whig, opped to the principles of the
Americau party. But does this make him a
Democrat, or commit him to vote for a Demo-
crat in opposition to an American? Clearly
not. He has been opposed to the Locofoco
party much longer than to the American, and
it would be more natural to conclude that he j
would support his old political friends belong-
ing to a new party, rather than his ancient po
litical enemies, grown more objectionable un
der modern innovations upon the compara
tively true Democracy ot Jackson's school So
much for Mr. Galloway.
As to Mr. Colburn, he said in his card that
he had always been v a Democrat. Thous
andsof good Democrats, acting with the Ameri
can party, and zealous in iu support, can say
the tame with perfect consistency ; aye more,
they can say that they are Democrats yet, the
; dixit of the Union and American, that a
man cannot be a Democrat and an American,
or a Know Nothing, " as that pajer delights
to style us, to the contrary notwithstanding.
But we have other reasons for supposing that
the opposition party iu the House had given
over these gentlemen to " hardneos of heart. "
A Nahville oorreioiilent of the Lincoln
Journal, siguii g himself "11.," and whose real
name we strongly suspect, will be found among
the list of Democratic members of the Legis
lature of 18oo-4, speaks of these gentlemen in
the following complimentary terms. We have
always noticed that Democratic disciplinarians
resort to all other method to drum people into
party harness, before they commence abusing (
.1 A 1....,. !., nn.t .f tl.oie taitira until t
mem. xou?u 10 uv v..nt ...,
oVspair of success intervenes. We commend
the following extract from the letter of "II."
to the gentlemen interested, in order that
thy may know what the party that U so anx
ious to get their votes, thinks of them:
Mr. Galloway, a Wilis wha pretends to be anti
Know Nothing has gone over to the enemy, tody
poul and britchi S, his gwirdian follows him day and
night for tear he might carry out the wishes of his
constituents, as he pledged himself to vole agaiut-t
Annuel" and his tribe even published a card
through the public prinU to that effect.
But the greatest Judas of all, is one Colburn, of
the county of Blount, who pretends to be a Demo
crat, and lias eveu l ad the impertinence to take his
seat on the Democratic fide ot the House, where
his companr, 1 am assured by all the Democrats, is
iu wanted" voting time and again with the dark
lantern pet. But he, like his coadjutor, has his ,
auardia to prompt him iu all the acts of treachery
Mr. Galloway is "gone," says this oorrcs
jndent, "body, soul and britches," violating
Lis pledges to his constituents. We undertake
to cay, in Whalf of Mr. G., that he made no
pledge to Lis constituents to Tote against tbe
American party. Tie is free to vote as he
chooses; but these Democratic organs, disap
jKjinted and chagrined that his "body, soul
and britches" are not In their pssession, give
vent to their bitterness by insinuations and
charges like the above.
Mr. Colbourn, trio, "ha even had tbe imper
tinertce to take his seat on the Democratic side
of the House, where his company," this cor
respondent Fnys bo Is laurel ly ALL tht
Democrats, is n t wavtkd " He is accused of
Wing under a "guardian" tM, who prompts I
)i:u in all the acts of treachery and legiJa
lion." It is by claittiug the co-operation of these
"entlenu n, thus spoken of by leading menibera
of the Democratic party, that the Union an d .
Ameriea makes out for that party a mnj.ii y
in the House. I!dlLr hard puttied we should
Xm KMUng at f aelbyrUia.
Tlie American j'arty Lad au euthusiatlc
paibering at Shrlby villa on tb 12;L tma of
Hie largest that ever a--nblel lu that place.
The L'rpoitar ) tbat sKe hes wer made
bv lion. M. P. Gentry, Ed. Tickett, Kev. Wm.
G. Biownlow, C. 0. Crowe, F. L MvConioi.
The 'ontablos fr tbo occv.;on wer in treat
.utiiulanoo. aid prcprIln tU lt atU
Xas BUts Africoltaral fair Its Objects and Ee- important facts. The specimens on exhibition
,ttiu- of the product of the field, the orchard and
We designed offering some remarks upon the the gar(lefl were wi.,l0Qt exception, of su
objecls and results of the late State Agricultu- p,. qaMtJ and &j;pear&nce, and a great im
ral Fair at an earlier day, but such has 1 been ;pr(m.ment upon similar . productions which
the demand upon our columns thatwe could ;rt)aDJ. of n8 remeinber iiave fifteen and
not d- 60. - h , twenty yeara ago. . But intelligent observes
We are free to confess that the late Fair was inform us that, the .greatest improvement in
not all we had a right to expect a State Fair the((4S productions has occurred within a few
to be. There was evidently a lack of interest Jear8 The'stock-jaisers of Tennessee- bave
in its success in the great body of the farmers ' grta;lv improved their breeds, and are still
of the State. It was the first State Fair ever improving them, as was apparent in theyoung
bild in Tennessee, and the proper efforts were j fcr &nimitl8 exhibited. A very great improve
not made to induce the farmers and mechanics . tneDt wa8 perceptible in the Agricultural irn
in every portion of the State to bring of send pements exhibited, and this was eTidance that
to the Fair specimens of the products of their j t!je fiiriners of the State had adopted and were
farms and workshops. With our present facil-! MII aii(,pfing iinproved modes of cultivating
it esfor getting to Nashville from the differ the .il, and of preserving and improving its
ent portion of the State, there onght to have j fertility. Apropos a fact stated by the Ohio
oeeu a iaige ana one display ot agricultural
products, while there was scarcely a sufficiency
to reflect credit upon aa exhibition by a county
society. The returns of the last census show
that Tennessee is one among the mt impor
tant grain growing States in the Union. Why
then the extreme paucity of specimens of the
different varieties grown in this State on exhi
bition at tbe late Fair? Simply because the
proper efforts were not made t.i induce the
farmers in sections remote from Nashville, to
participate in the Fair. The remark has been
made, and there is some show of justice in it,
that here in Tennessee some new things take
remarkably well, especially if they are calcu
lated to confer no substantial, Listing benefit
upon the community at large. When new en
terprises, however, which are calculated to
benefit every body, are put upon foot, the
mass of the people are remarkably tardy in giv
ing them their sanction and aid. Here is one
reason why the State Agricultural Fair was
not what it ought to have been.
It is true " we cannot call by our fiat order
out of chaos or light out of darkness," a"d
hence it was not expected that this first State
Agricultural Fair ever held in Tennessee would
c dl together an assemblage of ftrmers, me
chanics and artisans, equal to gatherings of a
similar character in the Northern and Eastern
States, or exhibit a siate of improved agricul
ture and the mechanic arts that would compare
favorably with these branches of industry and
enterprise in States that liave devoted years of
patient application and expended large sums
of money in the shape cf premiums, in bring
ing these industrial pursuits to their present
Btate of perfection. This Fair, so far as the
whole State is concerned, wa nothing more
fian a starting point. It was intended simply
to show what we have, and what we have not,
in the different portions of the State; and to
stimulate our farmers and mechanics to im
prove uKn what should be exhibited as the
present condition of their respective calling,
and to supply such deficiencies as might be
found to exist. To this end should the friotids
of the Fair have addressed themselves with an
energy and a zeal that would, of necessity,
have accomplished their object. To those who
have attended these gatherings of the farmers,
mechanics and artUans who, after all, consti
tute " the bone and sinew, " jierhaps we should
6ay conservators of a State it wkb unneces
sary to address arguments to convince them ot
the value to the agricultural and mechanical
pursuits of the country of such Fairs; but
there are thousands of intelligent farmers iu
the State who Lave not participated in and
witnessed the practical operations of these ju
bilee, and it was to these that appeals should
Lave beeu made by the friends of the State
Agricultural Fair, to attend the State Fair, and
bring with them whatever they possessed that
would add to the interest of the exhibition,
and see for themselves what agriculture and
the mechanic aits are doing for the improve
ment of the couutry and tho elevation of the
laboring classes, and become themselves inter
esttd in the work of assisting to improve these
But we have wandered somewhat. It was
our purpose to speak of the Fair as it was, and
not as it should have been.
With the exception of the paucity of the
products of the field, the Fair was very crtdi
table, although falling far short of our expec
tation of the extent and variety of specimens
exhibited, and the counties represented. A
lively interest was felt in thesnccess of the en
terprise by the citizens of Nashville, as well as
by a goodly number of citizen of different
conuties in the State who were called here iu
pursuit of business or pleasure, as was evinced
by the attendance daily during the week, of
large numbers of ladies and gentlemen. Had
the producing clashes throughout the State en
tered as heartily into the success of the enter
prise, as did many of the citizen of Davidson
and counties adjacent, we should have had a'
Fair of which to be proud indeed. We think,
however, a great deal of good will result from
the late Fair. The first, and, therefore, most
importaut step in this matter Las been taken,
and although it did not call together farmers
from interior and remote portions of the State
to any great extent, the result augurs well for
the success of the enterprise i the future.
Enough was exhibited to show us what is the
prosent condition of the Industrial pursuits in
tbe counties represented, and we think we are
fully warranted in saying that those in attend
ance Lava carried Lome with them the deter
mination to make such improvements in their
rwective pursniu as naturally suggested
themselves to the careful ob-erver ; and this
spirit will not be confined to those only who
viMted the Fair. It will spread from neighbor
to neighbor, each of whom will perhaps test
the fensibility and ntility of exjerimcnts he
may hear or read of, au-1 we are tpt to think
it will beau honor, worthy the boast of any
man, to win a prize at the next and succeed
ing Fairs, for he to whom it is awarded, ia y
department of industry and hkill, will have to
nrnu-nt a vrv svoerlor Ftiecinien. The Coun-
ty Agricultural Societies wiiich are springing
. ., o,., -1S:
r j 1
into existence all over the ttate, wni ac
complish much in bringing about this result.
This high state of improvement, w think, will
be peC"liar1y the cane with regird to agricul
tural product. Tue soil of Teaneee may be
made as productive as auy in the Union, and
if our farmers will take hold of this mttter in the
proper spirit, they can accoaiplUh rtaubs that
will astonUh evcu themselves, and not tnly
crowr. their effort with succe and the highet
honors, but, at the tame time, confer upon the
State those ubt.ntla! UutTit which wil'
make it a truly great a:d proenororia com
monwealth. , !
The Is to IVir lis demons' ra0 Kn vev ,
. Suite Journal which is worthy of repetition
here. When the first State Agricultural Fair
was held in Ohio, some six years ago, there
was scarcely a store in the S ate for the sale
of agricultural implements. Now every coun
ty town in the State, nearly, boasts such a con
venience, and what is better, the farmers, as a
general rule, will have nothing but the latest
improvements. So much for the influence of
County and State Fairs. We have the author
ity of intelligent observers for 6aying that,
without the aid of these stimulants to select
improved implements, the farmers of Tennes
see have made commendable advances in this
respect; but we all fcnow that they might
have far outstripped their present attainments.
The statement by the True Whig that we have
"given utterance to tbe insinuation that ov. Brown
biB schemed and planned to secure his election to
the ollice of Speaker of the House of Representa
tives," is as untrue as the paragraph in wlii' h the
statement occurs is scurrilous. -Union and Ameri
Our neighbor's memory must undoubtedly be
impaired. We certainly never could have ac
cused any one of what we regard so undigni
fied and urjust an insinuation, especially against
a gentleman so high in the public estimation,
irresective of party, as Gov. Brown a man
universally esteemed and respected for his un
questioned honor, his patriotism, and self-res-jiect.
Let us see if our statement is " un
The Union and Atrurican of Thursday last
Gov. Brown's name wai sailed first upon the roll,
and reluMng to extend the courtesy of his vote to
his opponent, Gi-n. Donelson, he could not expect
that geuilenian to vote for him. It would have
been a piece of arrogance in keeping with know
nothingism, but not with the character of its can
didate. And yet Gov Brown must have known thHt
otherwise no election could be e fleeted under the
miy n-ity role. This being the case, then, toe have
but one other conclusion, and that w, that Gov
ISrowitt mind munt have hien from the t art directed
to the TLah finally ftillrn ujitm, a the meant by
winch hi would occupy the Chair that was, the
dopiiou of a rule, at ar w,th precedent as they
admit, that a plurality should elect.
We italicise that portion of the paragraph
upon whic'i we mainly predicated our state
ment that the Union and AmerkanhaA "given
utterance to the insinuation" on Thursday
which the Union and American the follow
ing Saturday boldly denies having uttered.
We ae content to submit the case upon the
Union $ own record. Our neighbor is exceed
iugly ingeiiui us in construing words, but we
defy hi in or any other man to make good his
assertion that our stttement is nutme.
If our reply to this "insinuation," which
the Union denies Laving made, but which we
have proven that it did u ake, was "scurril
ous," the insinuation was dastardly and low
flung, and provoked the reply. The re-ponsi-bilify
then, rests with the author of the "in
sinuation." But we have given the subject more space
than it requires. As far as Gov. Browu is con
cerned, we are sure he will not thank ns for at
tempting to defend him against an insinuation
that he had hatched up a "plan" to be Sjieaker.
That gentleman, we doubt not, regards Mich an
insinuation with the contempt it deserves,
conscious that his own portion and reputation
are lar out of the reach of such ignoble mis
siles. The truth is, and the Union and American
w ill not gaiu-wy it, though it may " insinuate."
that (iov. Browu allowed himself to be put in
nomination for the office ot Speaker with re
luctance that he voted for the plurality re
solution iu order to secure an election, and
withdrew his name from tho canvass in good
faith, never once supposing that he would he
re-nominated and elected. These are the facts,
and any attempt to pervert them does Gov.
Brown inju-tice, and is unworthy of a respect
Hega and Cattls.
The transactions in this region thus far have
been very light as yet. Some few beeves have
been brought in and killed, and some hog
purchased for delivery. Fiices have t-carcely
assumed enough stability to be quotable.
The Louieville Journal of Thursdays hears
of no movement in hogs for packing, but re
marks that holders are very, firm in their
prices, while buyers and packers are holding
back, unwilling to euter thn market at the pre
vailing figures. The "crop" bids fair to be a
very sujerior one in qnallty, and it is calcula
ted to exceed the last in numbers.
The Cincinnati Fries Current of the 10th
Tb demand for boga has not bmn so active, hut
it is nevertlieteaa, good, and them are pieuty of
buyer, mud the inaiket i firm at 3 60 fur Novem
ber delivery, and at $6 25 for December, and at
(Ties rate about 20,000 bead had bt'eu disposed of
during toe week.
In beef C.ttle there has been considerable done
sine our Ut; several cocuacl have been mad
witliiu tbe pst week, at prices ranging from f 6 U
to $6 75 per cwt, net for lair to good beeves. The
quality of those off -ring is fair.
An irapreaaion ia becoming very prevalent, that
the lara;e number of hogs already contrated for, fur
early d livery, will ulut the mark t wiia new mat
at (lie ouuet, and baveja tendency to depress pricea,
thereby rendering the reaultof these early contracts
doubtful. Tbe same cause, it U U-fiwed, will bave
antdency to diminish the amount of pork cat ibia
- on, Mthe hog will not have thai time to fatten
which is nec"ary, in couacqueotM of ibeir being
brought 10 maiket in oveuer.
It is computed that there are a many hog con
tracted for t.y dealers in this city for delivery txfjre
tbe 15th of Decciu'xT, as have ever beea cut here
in that lira in any aeiuoa.
The Brookyillv(Ia-) American aays that stock
hogs large enough to fat tec this fall were sold
id Franklin county, a few days g at $5 rr
hundred, and soma farmers bad refused $5 50.
Those farmers, remarks the Indianapolis Juur
na like some who held on to their com and
wheat, after which prices had nearly reached
starvation matk, for still higher prices, stand a
first rata thane to lot considerably )y being
oicr greedy; 4 '
' . SENATE. ;
''.' ' ' . ' SiTVRDAT, Oct. 13. ,1
Mr. Caldwell, (Mr. Carter in the Chair.) from the .
committee on Internal improvement?,, reported the
bill to amend the general -internal improvement law
of last session, and changing the mode of electing
commissioner of roads; and recommendtd its pas
saer laid on the table for the present. ' 1
Mr. Steele introduced a bill to prevent circuity
of action to enable courts of law to do justice and
to save cost to parties litigant; passed first readiug
and referred to Judiciary committee. " " " J
Mr. Fleteher, a bill to abolish common law roads; j
passed first reading and referred to committee on
roads. - - - - "
Mr. Johnson, a bill to amend the 16th section of
the 28tb Feb., 1852, entitled "an act to incorporate
the Nashville. - Franklin and Columbia Railroad,
company; passed first reading and referred to the
Judiciary committee. Said bill requires the Ten
uessee and Alabama, and the Edgefield and Ken
tucky Railroad companies, and Nashville and North
western R lilroad company, to issue certificates of
stick to the tax-payers of "Davidson county, for their
railroad tax, just as the Louisville Railroad company
have done. - -
Mi. Ellis offered a resolution instructing the com
mittee on Tippling to inquire into the expediency of
passing a law prohibiting the sale of spirituous
liquors, except under certain restrictions, known aa
the district system; lies over.
Eonm Bill for the benefit of G. W. Turk and
other; ped on third reading.
Senate Bi'lt on Second Raiding. A bill requiring
all mortgages on land and negroes to be made in
writing; passed, and was referred to the Judiciary
A bill to amend the charter of the Mmfieesboro'
and Liberty Turnpike company, passed.
A bill to establish a court of common la west of
Reel Foot Lake in Obion county, passed.
Mr. Turney introdueed a bill to repeal an act
passed February 21, 1852, entitled "an act to regu
late the course of practice of the courts of law in
this State; passed first reading.
The bill for the benefit of married women, was
taken up and passed on third reading yeas 17,
The Senate concurred ina resolution from the
House, postponing the inauguration of Gov. Johnson
to the 281 hist.
Mr. Turney offered a resolution authorising the
President and Diriutor of the Bank of Tennessee,
under certain circumstances, to compromise old
debt; lies over.
Mr. Cheatham offered a resolution providing for
an adjournment of the Senate till Wednesday morn
ing, to give time to arrange the bar and seats of the
S 'uate chamber, whieh was amended by inserting
Tuesday 3 P. M., in place of Wednesday morning,
The Senate then adjourned accordingly.
BOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SiTURbir, OcL 13.
A petition was presented by Mr. Richev, from
sundry citizens of Bradley county, praying for a
division of the third civil district of said county;
referred to the committee on new counties.
Mr. Brown, of Madison, offered a resolution de
claring the seat of Felix J. Pavatt, Eq., a member
elect ot the House of Representatives trora the
counties ot Perry and Decatur, vacant, by the death
ot said member, and o-icially informing the Gover
nor of the came.
Mr. Hums, a resolution directing the Attorney
General for the State to institute legal proceedings
againtt the Southern Mining Company, (Miners aud
Mauuraeturers Bank at Kuoxville,) and the En-tern
Division Mining Company, (C ntral Bank of Ten
nessee, at Nashville, ) to compel them to show under
what authoiity thev prosecut the business of bank j
ng. Referred to Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Meek, a bill to arcertain the sentiment of the!
people of the State in regard to restraining the sale
ot spirituous liquors; passed first reading and re- j
ferred to committee on Tippling and Tippling
Mr. II niton, a bill to provide for the appointment
of deputies by the clerks of the various courts of
the Hate; passed first reading and rtfened to Ju
Mr. Cavitt, a bill for the b nefit of Iitiirants giv
ing the defendant's counsel the closing argument;
passed first reading and referred to Judiciary com
mittee. Mr. Kinney, a resolution au'horizing the Secre
tary of Slate to purchase a ufficieiit number of cop
ies ot the laws of the State to supply the civil offi
cers of the different counties; aaopted under a sus
pensiau of the rule.
Mr. Wood, of Hardeman, a bill to amend the act
chartering the Mississippi and Central Tennessee
Railroad company; passed first reading and referred
to Internal Improvement committee.
The Speaker laid before the House the report of
the Lawrenceburg Bank of Tennessee.
Mr. Watkins laid before the House a communica
tion from the Sheriff of Giles countv, correcting the
return from that county of the late election for
Governor As corrected, the vote of Giles stands,
for Johnson 1,439, for Gentry 1,802 . Oo motion
of Mr. Watkins, this communication was ordered to
be filed as the official return.
Mr. Carmii'hael, a bill to amend the law regulat
ing the Bean's Station Turnpike in Graiiiger county;
passed 1st reading.
On motion of Mr. Cox, the bill authorising the
Governor to endorse and guarantee duplicate Bonds
of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad company
to the amount of '.'5 000 in the stead of Bonds of
said company thus endorsed aud guaranteed, and
accidentally destroyed by fire, was taken up and
passed oil its third readiug ayes 59, noes 2
The House theu adjourned to 9 o'clock Monday
IOIC SAIF A small house snd lot on Spruce ftf
street part of Lot No. 158. For further partlc- .VJ
uiars call at this office. octlft tf ixJk
ORFtT BILL - Fourth niirht of Mr.Gvwge W. Jamison,
who will appear in two favorite characters, KOL1.A aud
DL'KKAKAVZl. Louise Reeder as Elvira ani Juliana.
Monday evaning, Oct. 16. will he art d the favori'e p'ay ot
P'Z Ril6. Roda, (the Peruvian Ludor) Mr. ii W. Jami
son; Elvir. Loume R.der.
To coorluda with the admired Comedy of the HONEY
MOON. Duke Aravsa, Mr. U. W. Jamison; Juliana, Louis
n a e ei i f""
u 'fip a -a r, "St z: j . v
-te 7 f-r.-.
Transprtatioi to the East.
THERE arenowTOTTH Rt II ROAD ROUTR5 from Cio
einnaii to New Yotk an I other East-rn c'tirs. compet
inr tnr th Produca ot th West, at LOW RATES OF
Property goe forward PROMPTLY, and without deten
The undersigned solic'ts ihipraeaenU to hi car as a
Forwar er, an not Mi g bound to any line, w will act
Impartially in selertiag for cansla-ninenU to kin, the rout
adiica, for th Urn Ixang, oUara th rao-t ladoceaMDla.
BUYS AND SELLS OS CO ttJCI8SI05,
JXD ATTSSDS PKOMPTLY TO ALL CAUS
OsnersJ Commlasloo Merchant,
oct 15 It
lime Sale of Groceries
r. ii. iiiii(Do v co. ,
01 WEDVBHOAT next, ITth Oe obr, 1S53, w win
off-r at Pabiie Sale, la oar usual quntilies
1 ,00 ' bags coarse 8a t;
lot btK Dean's Aurora Whlskrj;
I do Sam Hale' do;
" 10" ca-l Am rieaa Rraody;
!' bxv Manufactarxd Tobooo all gTaJes;
IPS do Pemrl Starch
an d . Pat. Cyd Beaver BockeU;
SK bis. Tumhlers and Jars;
o" do Qu rt Flanks;
" isl Sblt ureeD 8 ubeovilt Coprssraa;
l.WO kr( sthornherger's Nails a.1 sues;
tu bbls. Baltirnore Crushed Suga-,
tKt lix. Ftsr Candles;
1"J do Tallow do;
With vartou other article.
Trrana ( t
A1' onoVr ese, e-h all sums aver fyJ and andv
11,'siw, atxtyaav; a'l st vv tl,'on ar.d omlrr tl lK,
ninety day; ail i rr gl l', 4 mo., Sar apprwved
ndorae Note payabW in on of the city "ant.
. actlS Id W. H. UOKDON M CO.
HEAD UTS BX WUZ.
BE II known to tha cltiaeo of Nastivffie. nd tatanee
el tha Human Fanuty, hat I. J. FLoWt.KS, . 41 Co
ioa slrwtt, kav just rrerived a ftne asaofment of peC"
ttcl a, kowwn M optlrtan aa 'bs 4Cuecav Crvrrz"
, oi ,ar betu-r known in the cow.manlty a RRAZIUAJI
pkiiBLKS nad trosa Brau'ian Sand, wkuch I am aiuitg to
cell at raaraabl )rM, aa IbVswt :
Gold Fraaw, SB I Tcraplea I S M
- Si or1 " le m
Con) Fine 8IIvt Frame. 81 de TvmpUa 3 ttt -
- , U'nglf , . ... S A
A lo seles-tisg Spra'actra, 1 tufesw I kw all about It,
having paid Pa'tAoulsr atletiUoo to thai branch t-t lh hv
Muias fc th las twenty years. J FLER,
- actli it , ho. 41 Cmo9t,Noihir:e,
MARRIED On Thursday evening, the 12th
inst, at the residence of M r. A. W . Putnam, Rob
ert fl. ' McEwns, Jr, Attorney at Law, to Mis9
Leer V. Pctsam. ,
MARRIED On Thnrsdav evening the 12th hist.,
by J B. Ferguson, Mr. U. H. Haxncs to Miss
Eliza Bkatt, all of this City. -
DIED On saturdav morning. Oct. 13th, at her
fathers' residence in this city, Amkic, 6ih daughter
Ot James ana Uargaret crwui, in toe luinjear 01
her age. . ' . .. . -r
. FOR ST. LOUIS
THE flp!en1i1. PMSnfrer Packet
8MJE WKST, i. N. CoaBrrr.
Muter, will leae for th aboT i dT. i
all intermediate ports on MONDAY, 15' h i: St., at ill o'clock j
A. M For treigtit or paasisge apply on board or to
' OC115 It A. HAMILTON, Agent
FOB LOUISVILLE A5D CUTCUINATL I
THB flna low waftr te imboat E. L.
le for the above port on mom
DAY, (the lMh inst.,) at 3 oVIock l. M. for lreiht or pas
afe.pply to J. A R. YKATMAN, 1 .
ictlS-td A. HAM1L10N, Aentt'-
COME TO TEA.
THB Urge aurplntof VKACH BRA1DV, PPt,B BRAIf
OV, DKIKD PKACHK3 and DRIED APPLKS. in T n
nesaeo the present neaann wi!l ttnd reny tale mv store,
at the high market price, f r the filthy locre.romni nly
called cash, or iu exchange for Groceries, notwithstanding
FALL. OF SEBASTOPOL.
Briug it Aouz and get the needful, don't be backward.
t'HCK" H ANDKRSOM,
octl5 Noa. 1 and 8 BroaJst., Nashrille, Tea.
PREMTUM: DAGUERREOTYPE AKD PHOTO
NO. 26 CXION STREET, NASHVILLE, TENS.
THE first Diploma vu awarded to Hughs Brother br th
Mechanics' Institute at the lat; exhii itlon for the beat
Dauueneoti pes a d Photoeraph, which proves coDolusiTO
ly Hie supmior ty of our pictures over al competitors, al
though they wera not go; Wo up fo the eaon but such aa
they to their nsU.mer tlaiy. Cil s-n and strangers
are pol teiy invite I tucall and sea the iargest and best col
lection of gpecimeos in the i) ui. Oct 15 ,
yot'(i a ,vi i: it i r t -
Agents Wanted in every county in this and adjoining States,
To sell the above new and improved
CHUN A 1) C O 11 It : 1 I Ei
TO alt such a rre elmnre to make money wilt be off -red.
Ex lusive StaU) nnd County privilege wiil ht dispos- d
oi on unusually fir terms, by application to the proprietor.
FA It VIC It AISO STOCK ll.AIMltS
I off-r you a Corn and Cob Mill unsurpassed in the Un
ion, anil which cannot be superceded by past or future in
ventions. It is the very Mill which every Farmer an i Stork
Raiser should hay ; it will crush from 8 to 10 bushels Corn
and Cob ei h"ur, with one horse; b easily fitted np and
m inaj;-1; w- g'ts 910 ms , an I as alt cont'-t of the g imiing
surfaces is prevented, will last any farmer an ordinary life
time I speak thus of its durabiliiy, because ha s m
principle has been fairly tested in the old Bark Mill. Who
i it that wauls
A .VI I I.Ij 0 TIC I Ij
for one mnn'h, ami if it don't give complete satisfaction, to
return i'? If there be ar.y roan hus disposed, let him n w
speak. Sati-ftcti'in is wai ranted in every case, or the mon
ey w II he refunded. Th CtuIi r can bo at'ached to horse,
water or s'eam power, which renders it ih most convenient
Mill aou'h of Maon's and Dix n' line. All other ru hers
Dow in theSi u h require too much power, or wiil soon war
out. Acorrling to
Till: I. AUK OF VlTFItF,
a Corn and Cob Mill which admits of a lateral or wabbling
motion will, nece sarin, soon wear out; all other (?rnheni
are amenable to I hi- grand ortjectinn. aud the Proprietors
dark not dispute it. In the in-tra -ti in f ' ocso Aura
ica," 1 hve uaivxd power, nl I D rt C"Tii;msrii I have
lessened friction, and I CHii.LKJItfi! osk wnKDt th contrary;
I have pr Vcn:el a wabhlng lateral Lotion, and all are
compelled to arknowledtte it, thereiorr, I assert that it Is lar
suteiior to any other Mill. I am uow selling this Tennes
see iuventiun at the i-iuall sum of
And any one wanting a "good thing," are earnestly rerj '
d to examine the true merits and principles of this Mill,
and order trom the Proprietors or Ag nts.
A liberal discount m ule to dealers
J. P. DROMiJOOLE, Sole Pronrietor.
Shelby ti lie, Teno.
A ti E X T
Ellis Moore A CO., 84 Market street, Nsfhvl le, Manu
facturers and Oeneral Ag nts.
Betumdr.t, Fall A Co., Clarksville, Agents for Montgomery
Ah. Watkins, Pul;iski, Agent tbr Gie County.
Wn . It. Hunt, Saleu., Ageut for Franklin County, Teno.,
and Jackson ountv, Aa
James B. Vance, Can tali an Bprirgt, A.'ent for Sumner
J. W Hatcher, Columbia, Agent mr Maory ConMy.
W. M. Kelt, P. M, Kone, Abutter. nvth Cos-ity.
'. R. Aiain, Charleston, Agent (or Bradley County.
W R. Hanley A Bros., Loudon, Agents for East Tennes
see. oct 16 dawly
UFPIll.SF.XTATIVi: UOfltS. .
TOON, NELSON A CO, 44 Union 8tret
Have received the following New Works.
From i- ve, the Wile ot the First, to Mary, tha Mother
of the Second Adam, by O. C. Bald in, D. D.
Cora and tbe Doctor ;
Or, Keveiations of a Physician's Wile.
'Cora and tub OncTOa is a charming portraiture, of do"
mestic life, 'levoted to the noMest aims, and glided and
sanctified hy a living Chrictianity. The Book opens many
scenes of thrilling power, ami tha reading of itunhl to m
vest koine and a quiet hie of beneficence, with n w attrac
tion. It is a work of genuine interest and enduring worth."
The Ex tminr, S pt. 21. ...
An Autobiography of Girlhood. By Mrs. Manners.
"Mas. Mu st as. In fact the accomplished wife of tho
Rev. W I'. KlcharU, the author of "Harry's Tacntion," ,
na perto, men ner lass successiui'V. in aasy ana grac
fu styla she has written a book that will please and piofit
all who read it, and we shall be rlad t hea that many
thousands have done so." JCxtimifW, S-pt. 41. ,
HA IK TOOTH AMI til- HRIMlLjT
JU'i received a larire supply of Hair, Tooth, Clothe
and Nail Brushes, plain and inlaid backs For "tie by,
octl'J J II. Mi U ILL.
1)OltTi: tIi;i-Anel-)rataaortmentot Porta
Monies, iateststyta'. Keerivcd and for sole Also,
a surpty ol old stjk- Pwket JfOi.ks. J. IL WclIl L.
RA.OItS (Ml) VI'HOF.H-Ju t receive.1 a choice
hit of ftxxors, sini;'e and in s lis, made by Wostenaeim,
Kodicers, (trans, and Wade A Bu'cher Aiso, an assort
men of best Kasor Strops. For sale low by
oc 13 J. U. McOJIX.
Slir.l.l. Tl (lil; CO Mis'-Just recelvad a
variet of I itest stvle Shell t ucklnc Comha. alu.ltum.
Buffi o and Horn Tucki 'g Combs. Fine Tooth Con.hs of
tilieil, Ivory, Buffalo and Horn. Received and 'nr sal by
J If. McCILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
octtS Corner Cullejre st and S-Uar.
SUPPLEXEUT OF FSEIQHX TAEIFF.
f L'PKRfNrtNDkNT'S OfFIOK,
Nasbvill A rBTTAS(KUA HAlLaoAM, Oct IU, (
ON an t after StrCUuAY, xtii lust., Oriin and Hour
over th Na-hvilns arid Chattanooga Railroad ul t
charged at rates aa below :
8UUons to ChatUaooga.
From Nashville, Lavergoe and
Hu freesiioro', ChriatUna
n l FotrrviIle
" BellburUe, Wartraco, Sliai-
by ville and Nnrniaudv....
" Tu lahnma, K-till's Springs,
Drcherd aud Cowan
. M Tantaloit, Aadersoo and
" Briilgrport, Snelimound and
- ' I .
Sutions to If ashTills. '
From Chattanooca, Shellroound, '
and H hi'esile lft
" Bridsetmrt, Mvvensn, An
derson and Tactaloa S
Cowan, Decherd. Eslia't
Springs and I ullahoma. .. t "
" Noriu.ndjr, Wartrace. Shrl-
byvllleand IMlbccklo X "
" Foa- erviU, hristiacia and
Murfreeoro' ..4 "
. Flurwace, Smyrna and La-
vergne ... B 4 8" K
Floor at ll.s above rates m ba shippad In lots of sevrnt?.
Ave barrels and upwa ds, at on uwa, wins la lea quauii
Urs, eeuui fer barrel to b added. Floor in sacas will
be transp-irted on the same terms, VOt) lbs. to be rated and
chsnred a on barreL U. 1. ASDK.UsO.
oct IS fcaipriaU:adeit,
' J 'HK RegnUr rnited s,.i, Uail
m. rscsrt, i ii i r nts tiiiLir,
Wajui. Waavsa, Master, will Irav a
Ui ab-v and all intermedia pons aa "Ui.Ms, li
isu.MS -Icack P.M. us- trnhi c p-mic apfiy aa
sH.to A.UUOI.S I
Oct 1 8 A. HAMILTON, f
fi SOT DECEIVED, 0 TE OF LITTLZ FAITH.
TO Till: 11 Ml.lt .
ARTICLE lT.-8tCT10H 1ST, .
Irxf evt that lb S(riaclr sold by a aa l CON.
IAVE CONVEX '.l A.-st-s are the same artic as taoaa
livi itt this y as th hraail.iaii t" te; arid for th baa
cStof taosa interested UI baca ny aaruua aita
On llnnarrtl Dollnra. -
f0. SJ Pla-a nolioa th iOrrwarm la prirw syi trlk s
el for wuajh y ks't p4 sbrea 4 41 r 1 wtd sH tat Ma
Thc - wLkS ) have Paul , I wiU soil for ihraw,
al car war aeuag mto ta a IM sa )l7 af Utsasas,
ta jaJU f netal equaa, asd srasrasaajul lp supnr. -
Mm, S f lTe,e F A. . 1 1 .1 I UU C t. ra.h . . t.l' le.
.sstify. " J. FLOWkK.i,
M-tlJ 11 vwrn ft.
CHESnSTRT 07 CCMXON LIFE-COJUPLETZ.
. T. BEltltY & CO.
HAVE JCST RECEIVED THE FIFiH EDITION,
In 3 ol., 12rao., cloth, of
THE ClItMlSTKY OF COMMON LIFK. By Janie F.
W Johnn, M. A., F. R. 8, A. Author af "Ucturei an
Agricaitnrai Chemistry and ecology," etc, etc. Illustrated
with I S wood er.pravinirs. .
TABLn OF COST EN T8. .
Tn Air we Broaihe, - .
Th Wtter we Driiin,
The Soil we Cultivate,
The Plant wereir.
The Bread we Eat,
The heef we Cook,
Th- Beveraftea we infiise.
The Sweeta we Extract,
Tho Poisona w Pwket, -
1 he OJoura we Enir V,
The'Suiells we Dililike.
What no Breathe, and Breathe
What, How, and Why we DU
The B-jdy we Cherish, ' .
The Liquor we Ferment,
The C:reul,fon or Matter,
The Narcotic w Indulge m, A Recapitulation,
OPINIONS OF THE PRE?3.
From the Newark Dally Advertiser.
- We know of no other work which, within n small a com
pass, so well and so satisfactorily present- the chemical and
phsiooi(cai wonders which surround us; and that too, in
a manner so free from technicalities, th t tha Teriest tyro
in the science cannot be otherwise than interested and in
From the Ctica Gasette.
Much feientifie informat.ou U here presented fn a con
densed and interesting form, making a volume of high prac
From the Rochester Union.
This work is one of the moat valuable that can be given
to the American public. It should be in every family, aud
in tvery schjcl auo public library in the land.
From the Albany Atlas.
These two volumes, which contain an immen-e amount
of instructive matter, are as interesting as a story book.
From the Troy Daily Whig.
It is adaptd to tha comprehension ol the anlearaed in
technical chemistry, as well s to the learned, and 'he co
pies treattd are so useful, tkat it is" saying no more than
justice requires, to aart that it ought to be ii every homo
in the country
From the St. Lcavs Intelligencer.
This is a work for the youth as well as the grown man for
the scholar as well as t he mechtmc and we can cordially
recommend it as not only in a hie;h deg'ee valuab.e tor iu
olid instruction, but auto as a profitable, source of enter
tainment From the Louisville Courier.
There is not one essay in these volume that eaa fail to
rivet tbe attention ol any one fond of reading. It is a de
lightful book l,r a famn circle. octU
V A I. I .A II I. K HOOKS.
W T. BER&Y & Ca, hav Just received
I. Oonde's Hi.-tory of the Arab in Spain.
S. tiuisot's History of Civilixtion. 8r. '
3. Faiener'i Classical A ntiquitie.
4. Loiigious on the SuWin.e. 1 vol.
5. Dante's Divine Cotuedy: the Inferao. A pare transU
tion by Carlyle.
C. Tasso's Jeruralem Delivered.
T The Legislative liuide.
8. Irving" Life of Washington.
9. Benton's Thirty Years in the Senate.
10. Webster Complete Work. v. -
II. Caih uii's Works. 4 vol..
12. Napier's Battle of the Peninsular.
13. Napoleon in Exile by O'Meara.
14. Lacaes' Memoirs of Napoleon.
15. Abbott's l i'e of Napoleon.
16. r-trgkland's Lives of the Queen of Knglan '.. Vol.
17. Lives of ttie Priuretse ol England,
ETD2.EY SJUTH'3 LIFE ASD LETTEHS.
W. T. BEKRY A CO. havejust received
SYDNEY SMITH'S LIFE AND LETTERS. . '
A Memoir of the Reverend Sydory smith, bv his Daughter,
Ijidy Holland; with a Selection fmm his Letter, edited by .
Mrs. Austin. 4 vols., Uno., ma-Ua. -
A more than commonly ..e igbtful aud wholesome book.-
Lady Holland his now fulfilled her mother's wish, by
writing such a memoir a ill enable the wil-i to under
stand b-r lather's character more nearly in i full Uitegrilv.
Mrs. Austin, at the sum time, bus arranged each of hi
letters as coul I honestly be published, and Uluatraud them
with a delightful preface fu I of sound and helplul comment
Lady Holland has produced a vivid and Interesting pic
ture of the mure private career and uoinaetio life of her
father. A charming picture of a remarkable man, aa he
appeared to his friends and family famrim tperttitor.
Next to a day with Sydney Smith himself, there could
scarcely be enjoyed a richer treat than the perusal of this
book. It isaworhy memo ialof on- of the wisest and .
best, as well aa the wittiest of tuer Lundun Literary ra
trite. A more lovely picture has seldom been presented to the
world lhau fiat of thai brave and bright creature, so rich
iu wit, hum r, high animal spirits, ineauaustible kindllnesa,
manly independence, sagociuus good sense. To read this
book i a moral tonic 1 Is a lesson in life. It make ua
happier and betr. And while it doe this, it presents mora
enteriuinmeui than any look easily named, so rid is it in
wisdom, i i association, in personal gossip about Well known
people LtrHtiim Ltntaer.
The let'rr do credit t his honestv, his heart, and hi
nnderatanoing. They are a proof of the clearness of his
Conce lions, the vigor and orevity of his statements, and
the pereunia fertility of his comic fancy. Xuaxitxs Juar
trrljf RrririP. sep4
LMF rY T1I0C8 D Gunny Bags of good qutlity, in bale
Sl ot 2."M' bags Received and lor rale by
octlo loaduwaw U. A B DOUGLAS A CO.
Uf A rF.U A situation as a Book-keeper or Sales
m n, b a gentleman who can give the best of refer
enc . Address "It. K. o.. True Whig Otbc."
ci-dK . . .
it e j . f . s n i i; lui
riLL sell Ibh evening, Oct. 9th, and each succeeding
v V ev mng daring the week, a lanre ellection of New
Ftaaslard and Popular Works tn the ditf-rent departments
of Lrurotuis and Science, Ac, Ac witn Stationert , Watch
es, eweir. Plated Ware and Fancy Articles.
Sale to commence at 7 o'clocn, P. M.
CuAS. FOX, Anetioneer
or 1 3 lw No. 41 Public Squars.
New Book on Missions.
CYCLOPEDIA OF M lis IONS: Containing a a m re
henive view of Missionary operation Uimughout the
World. With Geographical lA-H-nptiousand aeouutsol the
roeiai. Moral and tveiigtoukoondiuun el be people. B Rev.
The aUeiition of Clergymen of all Denomiiuition Is in
vited to the abov work. For -a!- by
CHAKLrJ W SMITH,
oc.9 ICQ 41 College street.
Geo. L. Anderson,
Warehouse k Commission Merchant,
lUii THE SAl.lt .sND ST-iRAGE OF
Cotton, t orn, lire, Wkeal, Ottta, Uatcous
l.ard, Irttltst-r. anil I lar, ' j
Ai.d ail manner of Produce and Merchandise, and will attend
to Keceivinj and Forwarding Hercaandise. j
"Cash advanced o Produce in Store." ,
BRICK WARMiOlBE, NoaTa tita KkIoU St
octS -din. AUGUSTA, Ga.
ANDREWS 5t JESUP,
C O 71 .M 1 S 5a 41 !sj ?l i: It C ll A X TI,
COTTON ASD W00LES SfACHLNERT,
Steam Zngiast and Boilers, MacliioUitA' Toola,
Belting, Ac, Ac
mruaiaaa ajio pcaxAaa I
.1 A I r A I T I II E H A It T I (! I.Ei
Xo. GT l'liie?M., ."tew York.
N B-AgenU fr.r the "WOOpRfTP A BEACH IR0
YVOUKi" STEAM Em.InES ANl BOILERS.
- Exclusive Agencv ia New Trk for "LOWELL MA
CHIN k bUOP" MACaijurra' tixai. loot dlam
FOWLER &. NJKTOtf,
COMMISSION A50 F0KWABDI30 aHBCHA5TS,
Arente for Winoia Central Bailroad,
eFSl dam taire, lllluwla.
Ilcciivini Forwarding Hf reliant,
FA OKA lit R.
HA VINO a large new and sulwtaiitial Wharf Boat, all
rooU entrus-ed to our car shall be lor ward . 4 with
proasptneja aad despatch. JeJis diy
.m:w fi.oih oi.ruT.
Office of tne HaAhvill City MCI, corner af CoUeg
and Spring Itreeta.
J,g . HAMMON6 CO .
Blooded rtock for Sale,
IUkVEIorsealargeaa-wtwrat Yicg III ItllA Vf
til I l., rf the axm cas.ss sloes, meivlicg say aiw
Kent Bull and the Premium Agmi B I of lv', having bred
froas Uwm a pong s I can wiliwui prod u. ing tw snisck relay
Ooo-h p. 1 sm have a aasaber W Bim Vwsng J Al ti SJ
Isr sa-o vry ; aal a aamiwr el Vug tboceuga-
brrdr Al.lOs sod Mkll Isl tue mmmrt
bodv All bred on a cheap ci. , and caa be aokl very kw,
Tnii t-reedoi a chaoioa te snurve. tlietr nee stork
MAE; R. lOcAaULU
I wSb to pore aoe tot) fsjd on jer old tsalr,
THIS! N A I.f ..
IW II L aell to tt- alfheat ddtt. on Thar4y, the IIaA
of IMober, al th. rmideiice t J- Vt. lull, too sji.lea
Nail vnt-, un '.t Laacn road, one N fs kian, -an
nd Lttikl, one H.-rae and Wauo, IwoC- n. at. I C le.
and a'l ih- Iiob-. froW snd h ir'en ruruiturs, ai,d aH other
t-rt.rtr .avjel to ase ty deed ot urut, Liclujing a Ne.
I HA VI. p tH dreij is dated ttih Jat-.aary laat, aal dw
rvytter4 a rtse H-gs-rrS etfice, buna pog . ,
lern mads kaowu nn the ay of sale
j?6 a d , t- l. FATKE, TrsMew.
FALL AND WIMER GOODS!!
i . '
1 . w. a. & j. o. McClelland
ARu openinr the largest and m-t ei- rant stock of FsLt
AN1 Wi.NTKK iOiiDS .ver o He red by them, and at
price tbat cannot fail to -atis'y th nMt fast d ous. We par
ticularly .aa the attention of CiaA Knyers to ou Stoc, as
we are determined to offer great inducements to this etac
, . . -r - - EICH GXDf'w" "
J Elegant Flounced Silks;
Ptiin Moire Antiques; '
" White do. plain and damask;
" 1.1. Brocade Silks;
I " Plaid silks, r ch and cheap:
Extra snterb)c Silk-, F.'e brands:
Rich Futures!, I'lam and Wa'eee. ilks in Black;
Kttra super w de Lynns V. vets, for cloaks A drassaa
Kich FreiH-h M.de Lsne
' paid Va!encas;.
French Meritios, all qualities, extra cheap;
Plain Wool D Lanes, "
Rich Piaid Rose Silas.
Luprin's bet Winter Bofnboainea;
Buper Blck Tamise hi'hs;
- - fcxtra SuTjer Bl ck Merinos;
Superfine B.ack -shmeres; .
" M. de I.snes
Best Black Alpacc is, all qualities
Super Mourning Siiks, (n ln-tre:)
Biack Chiefs, frints, tiimrhas, Ac, Ac.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, &c . s.
Rich V vet Cloaks;
Moire Antique Tainas;
Elegant Cloth Cloaks, iu dl color;
Cheap lloaav in great variety;
tleaant la.n- Shaws (in all xfcr and biack )
tit-nta Traveling Shaas;
Elegant Square Shawls.
HOSLESY, GL0VE3, to.
Onr t.k of H.jsiery and tiioves is en .re y corr.plete, for
Ladies, Misses, i.hildren, Oents ami lioys.
A complete assortment of Lamhs W i and Meiiuo Under
wear, for L.dies, Gents and Children.
Genta' Linen Bosom Shirts an 1 Col ara.
Onr Stock of Stapl Goods m very lrg and somplete, em
bracing everything eompa ible with g i.l taste and comfort,
and very cueap. Satin L.iine, Wool and I'ni n Damask
with Trim.' inits to m tch lor Curtains a Iit i low price
at the METROPOLITAN SruaK, fil and ii CollegS li
d:sii 11 nos ox ;ovi:u if'v i.
TOON, NELSON A CO., 41 Cuion stieet.
Would call attention to their slock of miscellaneous
Books, amrng which are the following.
Tas Works of Joaa C Calhoaa.
. Volume I : A D.squisitiou on Government and a Du
course on the Constitution and Government of tha
United Stales. Vols S, 8 and 4 : The Speeches of Mr.
Calhonn, delivered in the Uoue of Rep emulative
and Senate f the L'nited S at s.
Daniel Webster's Works 6 vols
Bancroft's History of the TJnitod States. 6 volt.
Kamsey's His ory of Teanesseej.
How and Complete Oasetteer
Of the United States, giving a full and comprehensire
Review of the Preseut Condiuun, Inilostry and Keaour-
eel of the American Confederacy, Ac, c.
History of Banking;
j- With compreuensive as-count of th Origin, Rise and
J Progress of the Banks of kngl mil, Ac, by Lawson.
Practical Treatise on Banking.
j By James W . Gilbart,
.Statnte Lawi of Tennessee.
i: rVTOON, NrLSoN A ro, 4 1 Cn ion street, wiabeup
pl est during I he Fail and Wu.ur aitb .New Book in tha
various drpmrtmenla of Literature. octl
Mini's I.ITTI i: I.HT
CORN AND COim oMILL."
'IsHERt arc features connected with this milt worthy of
I eonsi-lerstion and el.ee examination on the pan of
those wtshin to purcaase a Fred Mm.
Its saeclumioal coi siructMin aid adaptxtion to the par
poHt de-urnvd. crash and grind ear m. It. grrat ca
pacity, white doing aa In.Bien-e work with txtraordinarj
ease, lUduraiMlitf is amplv provided tor The eewipleie
and enure po- ubtenes. of tne Lit tl. Giant, rendering Ita
greater convenience lor plantation and farm aae impoeat
bie. It require no nie'hauicaj aid or bill ol expense lo put
It up;anv farm baud or servant tan put np and set u
ruuuini in half an hours Urn. I he oiivem-nce with which
tbe sweep may be applied to i aa hor aoniai aa as most
usual or over head, and the mill nay be easily attached
where steam or watsr is osed. the poeer it bike , requiring
one and Iwo horses The q lantity and qu tiny ot proonrt.
, 10 to 10 buanels ot go-si feed meil p, r hour, aci o'diin to Uie
degree ol auenes g.-uund, and the sia. mill. It is tha
cheapest mill, all thing considered, '.here la before the pub
lic. Anoth r thing connected with the Little Oiant, as a pa
tent, ami worthy of note is the f ct that there ha- been uo
Patent Right speculating or huckstering about th eunrr,
a I nmiai wi h the thousand hungimg mske-shift lull le
ments that are gvt uo as a trade merely to set bhiq y by
citing or palminn off the pa ent right ut uo the credulous
then the machine to be abandoned by all pariiea o hum
bug; on the other hand the Patentee an t Proprietor of tha
Little Giant Mills, b hevu g that ihrj can and determined
that they will supp y the AgricoJ uraliu ana HPsJi raisers
ofonrcountr wit., a superyjr Mill, at permanfnlly n
gated in tbe bnsiness, and have over one hundred thousand
dollars invested in tha manufauuie ol taeee ailiU, In U
East, West and sooth, some of these establishments a. ploy
ing 60 men soie'y in this business So highly are iiiesa
mills appreciated, that f ur thoua: i hav een sold within
the past eighteen ni nths, and ti.e heaviest aad tha VMl
extensive Manufacturers of Agricultural iuipUmea s In iha
United States have eagerly sought an interest in their manu
facture and ..ale.
No Implement has been more thoioughly testes!, no on
f the kind has received so numerous ,nd high lest moo lata
tross M chanios' Institutes aod. Agricultural Association as
and none, by reason of subs'antial, practical utility and
merit have more fairly ground tjieir war into every day
uae ami popular favor ihan S'-ou's Lute Giant Co.aau4
Ceb Mid. Ov4ers promptly till d.
Liberal discoaut to dealers.
HKOWX A ANDERSON.
octl if No. 40 Market Mashvlile, Tenn.
-IAIIIII.F.! AIIHf.t I!
8 HELTON, hnving resum. d the MAhBI.C
BLer.MCsS, sol.ciu l.ls o d friiLos nd the
pub k ia g neral, who may desire work in h line,
to give him a call at his r-hep, corner of Ckunhc
Street and th Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
llepwi. wMI I ep eon antly on h.nd supt ly
f MO.MLMKNTs, lullllj, ac, ol ihw fiue-t llal. .ud
American Marble. Ad work ssitated is the best asaaaer,
and warranted. ep!i if
MBST GZETRTJDlfj. CABETS "
IIO A It is I A.l UA ftlllOOta
UT ILL resume its Sessiou uu Monday, bVpiember 10th.
Cru!ar ua, be obtained oo application at ber resi
dence, . .Wiroer ririesud geenth streets, Phialerphia. :
ttataasacaa Rev. U. . Hoofdman, O D, Rev. WiI.i.iq
ClMmter, D. D., Rev J. Newton br .su, l l.. Rev. liepty
Darnng, Bev. li. L. Piatt, Rev. J. Goidm Mtxwell, FhiU
delpiiuv Hon. William L. Marcy, Secretary of State, Jud l. Y.
Daniel, rapreme Conn C a, Washington City; Rev. Tho.
H Skinner, D D . Rev. Joel P,rk' , o. U., New Vi.rk; Her.
George Woodbndrfe, P. T Daniel, Jr., sq , Kichmoud, Vs.
lion. Care Joitson, President itaak of IVtiii', Nash
vil, Tenn : A. H. Crvs er, Cemptrulier, ."a.hviUe, Tean.
sepi" gw .
M ik.icai. i-riti .VIFrvT-.
A LA ROE inv'k-eof Fin Snrgicd and DssectiDg Instru
ments has jiut been received aud fur sls at a suvoll
advaix-e on Eastern n.st,
0uleriis and others would do we I to call and exajniD
th pmes aad q.iallty, be fort mak.ng their parchaaea.
Wholesale and Ketial iru-gi9t,
ctt Corner Colle.e and L'uioa sti ecta.
BKOC.l.S. 60 cases Thick Brogttns, re re I red lo-ila
by JvHi RAM AGE,
H 43 Cuiieg stracC
PLuVN I EIIS7 IIOUE,
1 Yo 34 Corner of Samxaer and Jjeaderlck 8 tree U,
ttTr A TED la the mo-1 desirab part f l City,
t-7 aed cooveowot to th Cspitol. onr Room ar
equal to aoy In tbe C 1, an I the Table wiil te sup
plied with the best. Its will endeavor to iov satis
faction so ail, and souctt a li era patnuaga, priosw saed
rate. MKd, I.IO.I 1.1.1 A IN.
Cotton FactOa-y and Machinery,
f o it kali:.
Sitaated ia Tlneenoea, Knox county, Iodlaatv
SAID Mill as situated In th venire o th town, nn a let
l 'o) let t square, a.ar the W absuh rrv. , ana) janetioa al
lb Oh.e and Miastaaippi, and kvaiuviu aud Crawajcdariilo
Tbe esain behHag o lee I Inns' by a wide, three st rlea
hirh, built of strica ua la no.t suteitanual saaaaer. Coitoo
thed, BVa ksint h Shop aa4 Owdarig Hosjs, Um sasas lu,
Th saiilnerv vnovu f $ sp aamg frsaiee, arryiag oaa .
HhwskihI shy Ms spiudlea, II carw , as awing Stnal.
speeders wtn Id stos I d. with le spoote, 1 blower or
Muster, 1 w rt-.w, 1 Imp machine, i reels, wick irame, t iaojica,
1 catling engine, t grinder., tern press, Aa ; I engine, Sev
ern r bs4e power; a Surly ux b Stte boilera, new, leeety
eutbi foet lung, aitaj steaia eovp. r Ttoes tr al heat Ih whoes
asiildioc. sba.tMig, belu g ad eonieie'n as! ceaapseie.
Btd Machmer iall iu perfect order, aid to any ea. that
wiaitea to eagag In Iha eatloa aaanufaolartDa bueiueaa, aa
ovportunn y is iww ourrea which setduas ereura, as the praav
eat owners are ea-agie1 ka aootiwr buaitMiM, aad wiil H ,
the proprty at aaal Haacsual vaos 1 ie mat N aery will be)
auid separate trsoa the aiha- prvrt if waaiest lo be take
set, and a4 aoeai Sgaraa a aaa bl saiisfy.
To I-aiiiis aor .hipping my railroad er rsvwr at this pain
cannot aw sarpaM! in th. viMi. 1 Uu. wiU N gven eai
pa'1 ui Uh purchase where g wl security caa be odervd.
Any iiiforaauoa arantrd can b had b, apphcaooa ae ad
drsea la O AsC, 11 Alts 4) C' , Viaoeeaee, ladiaaa V M. B,
Hit, pit -biug, P.juu, er L. UAaiUi, City af JL.T, -et
Fir ri.i: (.uu
COILN AND COU MILL
KlIIKvf n A LI LIS
AGISTS I0S THE MAXES!.
X tT t are Axe nts ur liir.g this re ehrsted Mill, and wKJ
v V auastanUj aav on band a .oi p-y ui eacA ol tae threw
Hsr-S, Na. , S aad 4, al staaaiaeOiesV peios.
Aran, Ho' FatsUt rlw Cauerv asd Oor'" Fhelte.
art fa-1 at Ei ka MAN A EUij.
U ATKII IMVIl lJlATFLV-iCsOCHJ b ,
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rtTMOl'E, FANNING A CO,
kevri Osrr Mwll o4 Chartw srWk
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