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VBDESnlV IOIIIC;, OCT. 24,
Go Johnson'. Inaugural "
Is a characteristic production. He ro-en-
!nrtB his absurd politico-religious, converging
line theocratic democracy theory, and Lis op-
position to Colleges and the higher-order of I
Institutions of learning. lie speaks of the j
American party in, to him, congenial terms j
in language which comes more natural to him,
apparently, than to a veritable fLh-uiarket '
hero. Among the delectable epithets which
he bestowed upon them is that of u thieves in
the night." I
The democratic party of the Union are under !
obligations to Andrew Johnson for one thing,
certain. lie has dne what none of their big
gnns l as ever before dared to undertake. lie
has traced the origiu of his party buck to the
days of onr Savior, and coolly tells the wor
eliippers at the fehrine of political theocracy
that Jesus Christ was a democrat, and that he
"taught and practiced" the principles of that :
party. If he has obtained this information 1
through fair means by industrious investiga- '
tion lie should be rewarded by his party.
But we apprehend that he predicates the state
ment njwin some spiritual communications, as
he s on the record, so placed by one of Lis
friends as a lavoriteof the mediums. If so?
It K'os for naught, for the spirits won't do to
tie to. The people of this country don't be
lieve in them.
With his characteristic determination to cre
ate and foster clauses in this country, this Gov
ernor of Tennessee, talks sneeringly of those
who have "extra learning," as if it were a dis
grace in his estimation, and flatters most ful-
Bomely the "amman peole." Who are the ,
common ieo,le in this country, we H.k ? Who
has Gov. Johnson dared to nult by calling
tJ.em "common jeole?" We ask for an ex- ;
lanatin, and when his speciiicatlons are made
we prorniso him that the foul slander will ho .
hurled luck to the tourco from which it
emnnattJ, though that source may he envel
oped in Gubernatorial robes. There are no
comtwn jteople here, t-ir Governor, but there .
is once in the while, one that may he denomi
nated uneommon. Who are the aristocracy in '
this country f Those who do not vote fr An
drew Johnson, we are left to infer, and all '
such, according to his dictum, are "thieves in ,
the night, and dishonest men. i
ell, he is welcome to bis opinion, and tnose
who endorse his sentiments, are welcome to
the narrowness of soul, and the demagoguical :
littleness of heart which fcuch an endorsement
implies. There is virtue, intelligence, patriot
ism and liberality enough in Tennessee to con
sign such pentiments to their proper condition
to ignominious oblivion.
We publish the inangural as a part of the
history of the Democratic party in the State.
The Atlantic's News. The mail on Mon
day night brought us the details of the Atlan
tic's news. After a careful revision, we find
th:kt our telegraphic synopsis, heretofore pub
lished, embraced all the leading points of inter
est, and we consequently decline republishing
the details. They confirm the announcements
that active movements wore going on in the
Crimea. Prince Gortschakoff's army was
threatened by large forces ol tho allies coming j
from Eupatoria. He, however, reports on the j
3d of October that an ineffectual movement j
had b.-eii made against his left flank. The al- j
lied fiWt had sailed on a secret expedition, t-up- ;
pbed lobe either ag.iinst Niooiaieffor Odessa. ,
The piMtiou of the latter is well known. Ni- j
co'u'eiT is one of the most imMrtanl fortified j
towns of Southern Russia, and from its poi- j
ti )ii and nearness to the line of tho Dneiper,
the great river of Southern Russia, would be
likely to become tho centre ot operations
should the Russians be driven from the Crimea. 1
Tiiey were, howt ver, making preparations to ,
HK'et the coming campaign in the Crimea with i
vigor. The Czar was at Odessa, whence ho
had ihued an address to bis army. Tho allic
were making preparations to destroy what ro- J
in ni tied of Sevastopol.
There are again rumors of trouble between ;
the King of Naples and the Western powers, j
King IJ.m'a seems to have returned U his.
bad practices and Russian proclivities, and j
E ightiid and France are again indignant. The
food pieftion wus st ill creating serious excite-j
merit among the people of Franco aud Gcr- j
The commercial advices announce another
rise in the rate of discouut by the Rank of
England the rate now being H per cent.
Consols had fallen to 87, and the commercial
uneasiness had depressed cotton. The quota
tions for flour are about the same as reported
by the previous arrival, but it was in better
IiironTANT Akkut. The New York cor
respondent of the Baltimore American, under
date of the 18th, writes:
The United States Marshal took pofM.ion of
the ship Uaury with her cargo and tat kle iu suspi
cion of having anna aud ammunition ou board for
the Kusian (JoTctnmeut. The Marshal found, un
der a quantity of cotton, twcl larpe cannon, a
quantity of powder and other ammunition, together
with a number of musket. It i rumored that this
.rv ... tn liaA cruised under false colors in the
A fu..lty. f lll hlirilflM of caDlurinz British and i
French vessel proceeding to Lurope with valuable
cargoet from the United State. j
Kcw Orleani Market. j
New Ou.ca OcUter 18.
Cotton ia a quarter of a cent lower. KaWa of .
the day 6,500 bale. Middling o!J for to t. j
Niw 0ls, l&th. i
0toa Uctivnd nnchangd. Sleatftha cay
7.5JO balea. tSJ-a of the week, 3J,'oO bale. Iu
CMtaaed rectiipu io8,(MK). Htock ou baud 174,ooO.
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Delta uotice au advanca on the 12:h, on ilonr,
of 75o to f 1 pr barrel, nd wheat about 15c
per bushel. There are id to be Urge order
there for both articles, f r tLipment to IhUi
FffiJac Q'l Frglau'l.
Legislative E omasa ry.
In tl Senate, in the morning, Mr. 1'almore
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explained that Lis vote had been incorrectly re-
corded, from a misnnderstaiidinz of the Clerk.
CHn a bill to repeal all laws authorizing horse
racing in this State that he voted for the bill,
and not ogaiDst it. The journals were correc
ted, and the laid bill was declared passed on
its second reading. Mr. Ballew moved that
the minority report of the Committee on the
iVnitntJurw .,,irrCa t,. l,o ro rf thn. r.i!1
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i changing the mode of electinz the Keeper of
j tU Penitentiary by bringing it before the Le-
; irislature. be Rnrpnd nnoii tti innrnnle A rip-
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bate tprnng up upon this proposition, which 0, have don0 eTery lhing possible for hu
consumed the entire morning session. The ! man power to do;" and he accept the event as
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movement is unprecedented for the report of a
minority of a committee to be spread upon the
jounmls, where no report in writing has been
! made b-v the i7 of the same committee.
2Jr. Sheid, the author of the report, placed hks
requebt that it should go upon the journals up
on the ground that the journals left bi:n in the
atlitudeof favoring the bill, ho being a mem
ber of the committee. Tuis ground is entirely
fallacious, for the newspaper record shows,
(and we presume the journals of the Senate
show the dame thing,) that when the report
was made by the majority, ilr. Shied offered
an amendment to the bill as reported, to make
the Keeper of the Penitentiary elective by the
qualified voters of the State, aud voted for
thut amendment ; and also voted for an amend
ment offered by Mr. Whitthorne, providing
that the bill should not go into effect until
1857; and also voted to lay the bill on the ta
ble; and finally, voted againit thebill. Further,
the gentleman, (ilr. Sheid,) who is so sensitive
lest his constituents shall be under the impres
sion that he favored this bill, is on the journals
as having presented a minority report adverse
to the lounge of the bill. But all this is not
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enongn. Hit repori, wnicu, u iue w, eij
indecorously and inappropriately goes out of
the way to impugn the motives of the rarty
biipporting it, must, forsooth go upon the jour
nals, in order that those journals may be made
an eWtioneering document that they may
record the partisan opinions of ami-American
members, of their opponents, who, this report
savs, have 'introduced this bill to secure the
distribution of offices. The proposition is in
accordance with the arrogance and absurd pre
tensions of this so-called Democratic party,
who as-ume for themselves all the honesty
a!1j decency in tho country, and impute to
tlt.;r opponents all tho corruption.' Fortu-
dsi cly lor the country, they have not the power
to mako these absurd auxl ridiculous "preten
sions a part of the State rccocd thongh their
newspapers may demean themselves by giv
ing them circulation.
In the course of the debate upon the ques
tion as to spreading this report upon the jonr
iial, Col. Jonson akcd jmd obtained loave to
make a personal explanation. He hud been
charged in the Union and. Anttrienn newspa
per, with being an office -seeker, lie pronoun
ced the charge false, wherever and by whoin-
m,cver uttered, and he demonstrated, by refer
ence to na career. since he hud been a citizen
of Davidson county, hfty-Sve years, the truth
f his statements, and the falsity of those made
by his slanderers. His ofi'ence, in the estima
tion of those who aspersed him, consisted in
the fact that he had joined the American par
ty. He had joined that party deliberately, and
after having thoroughly 6tndied its principles,
and he believed sincerely that they were the
ouly principles, and the policy of that party
the only policy that offered a safeguard to the
American Union. His speech was a scorching
and withering rebuke to the Democratic par
ty, which he charged with having deserted the
old land-marks, and disgraced themselves as a
party, by pandering to the elevation of men
with lying and slanderous tongues. Mr. Tur
ney vindicated himpell also from the statement
that he was an office-seeker, lie regarded it
as the idle wind, and consoled himself that he
could rise above all such petty slanders.
The .Senate adjourned for dinner, pending
In the evening, the unfinished business of
Monday, the bill to increase the compensation
of jurors to one dollar and a half per duy, was
resumed, and the bill indefinitely postponed.
Senate bill to secure to the widow her dower
iu lands mortgaged by the husband, the said
mortgage foreclosing after his death, passed its
third reading, ayes 17, noes 7. Senate bill to
reduce the numljer of Directors in the Branches
of tho Union Rank to t-even passed third read
ing. The Senate took up House bills on firt
reading, and disposed of several, the titles of
which will bo found in tho minutes.
In the Home, tho day was rpent in consider
ing a resolution propping a convention of the
two Houses on Friday, the 20th inst, to elect
a Treasurer, Comptroller, and Secretary of
State, which was Dually adopted.
European War Th Future.
The New York Courier and Enquirer, in the
following editorial, gives a succinct idea of the
condit ion of the belligerents, and the probable
results to ensue:
Our European intelligence presents no very drci
ded feature, and yet its general tenor goes to make
it the mote certain that the issue of tha present
cainpaigu will te the completa possession ol the
Crimea by the Allies. It neoJa no great military
M-ience to appreciate the uucomfortabl position of
the Russians. They are threatened before, behind,
and on the flank, by a victorious enemy are sur
rounded by a sea whose secret and silent paths are
all open to the foe their stronghold gone, their
fortresses utterly InaJequate to a prolonged defunae,
their auppliea more precarious than ever, it is no
irapuutiou upou their courage to say that they must
be casting many longing looks behind. Even if
they do not sve fit to withdraw of their owu good
will, there ia good reasou to hope that the cntcrpris
ln( I'eliaeier will be able to supply the chivalrous
J'riuce, the Coinraanderin-chief, with another ei
cuae for "retiring" without violating the "point of
bouor." Dut many little circumstances seem to in
dicate that IViuca UortschakotT is smoothing iiis
way for a retrograde movement. It it noiicitile that
his despatches rather eiaegerat than otherwise,
the pleasure upou bis Bank, a though be wag al
ready on the look out for the "point of hoiioi."
Tbe liusffian organ wishes it to be understood that
tiie Northern forts are comparatively unimportant, '
except as strategic poiuts, and that Oorlschakon
wi!lalaudon them, if, on the whole, he ahoulj
deem it advisable, aloreover, the reir.forcetneiiu
which bad been ordered to proceed to the Crimea,
have been arrested on their march ; perhaps the
enemy are beginning In feel anxious for Odessa and
t'herson. Taking all those things into conrijer.
tion, and rememoering that in Husoisu tactics a uc
rrsstul retreat from a difficult position counts as a
victory, w think it may Safely t affirmed that the
kussiau army iu tlie Crimea ili see IVrekoj) bciot e
winter if eer.
There is not yet the sllhteet disposition mani
fested on either side to re-open negotiations. All
accounts from Russia cotirur tn rerreset)lin a ura-
versal determination to carry on the war with the ,
utmost energy. The Pmpcror, iu las address to the
Kuarija people, conritulntes Liinarlf sud them or-
6ri "the incessant proofs of the readiness of every
TZZft.S' , TTC' v 21 7, d I he
i of blood for the integrity of the Empire ana tne
. tonor of the country." It would be pleasant to think
' such laneoace a mere flourish of imperial rhetoric,
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But, unu.ippny, it, is in penect seeping mm mib
quality of Htubbornesa which, more than any other,
trait, ha aignaHsed the Muscovite race from time
immemorial. For the Allies to give up their pro
posed object of binding Russia to future good be
haviour, and especially for them to give it up after
their late success, is morally impossible. England
i and France, the one with her money, and the other
with her men. have every means of prosecuting the
1 and most assuredly Will prosecute it until Kua-
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that necessity against which all human will is pow-
I erlesa. ihe Jainperor Alexander says, WHO mmgiea
"the inscrutable will of Providence." The day will
coaie, unless he anticipates and avoids it by a pru
dence he has not yet evinced, whea he will be con
strained to use similar language in reference not to
Scbastopol but to the whole Empire. Meantime,
this horrid curse of war must push itself inrxorably
on, compelling all Christendom to shudder at its do-
For the Nahville True Wlilj.
Mr. Editob: I proceed to narrate a summary
of such events of moment as.havo occurred since
my last, hich may possibly afford seme interest
to the readers of your valuable journal The cur
rent of improvement with us has not been checked
during the pa6t summer notwithstanding the
monetary pressure but many large aud imposing
business houses, and beautiful suburban residences
have been erected, and others are in process of
construction. The life and . animation which the
mflux of trade of vaned description, .mparts to our
citf, has been dispelled, and the commercial ap.
pearance which it generally assumes at this season
of the voar. nrevented bv lha breakinir OOt in our
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midst, of a very malignant, fever, which ha.
wrought much destruction of human life, resulting
fatally to some of our most worthy and sterling cit
izens. There is a discrepancy of opinion with our physi
cians as to the nature and name of this disease, some
of them pronouncing it yellow, and others in
sisting that it is an aggravated form of billious fever, :
which at occasional peculiar seasons visits our land.
It is the prerogative of doctors to differ you know.
Whatever nay be the character of this sickness,
however, it is not confined to this place alone, but
ulso exists in the interior counties, and I learn pi e
vails with much severity iu Kentucky and Indiana.
It is seriously apprehended that this malady, having
become epidemic, may somewhat retard tho hereto
fore unpreeedent growth of Memphis, aud repel the
increasing, flow of population, whicli, for a scries
of years has swelled our numbers and enlarged our
area; attracted by our city'a progress in all of the
elements of industry, and by its salubrity. But I
cannot believe thut there is any well grounded rea
son for this fear, more especially since the majority
of cases which have originated here, aro nothing
more than a severe grade of billious fever which
appertains to the countrv which it has heretofore
encountered, aud with which it will most probably
iftill be afflicted in those years when much rain has
fdlleu and the decay of vegetation impregnates the
atmosphere with noxious malaria.
The unusual mortality has created quite a panic,
inducing many of our inhabitants, from tho propa
gation of the belief of the prevalence of yollow fe
ver, to flee; and the exaggerated rumors of the fell
ravuges this monster is making, deter the people in
our vicinity or from a distance, from repairing here
as is their custom in the fall.
Our levee, notwithstanding the alarm, wears
something of its wonted vivacity. The receipts of
cotton via railroad, increase daily. A considerable
amount of wheat is shipped from this port this sea'
son. Our agricultural friends seem to haveawaken
ed to their true interest, and now, instead of im
porting, are exporting their wheat and flour; and I
opine that it will be some time before the necessity
to which they have heretofore been subjected, will
again overtake them.
The passenger cars will commence running upon
the Memphis and Ohio Railroad next week. Tho
iron is laid dowu between 28 and SO miles, and it is
anticipated that the iron horse will begin his snort
ing upon the Mississippi aud Tennessee Road by
the ensuing spring. These links of physical and
social connection are radiating from us ai rapidly as
the energies and resources of the country ctu for
Fashionable gaiety has not yet resumed its reign;
amusements are suspended, save the Theatre, at
which Miss Dora Shaw, who elicited some applause
from the press and lovers of the stage at St. Louis, :
has been attracting very respectable audiences.
The mass meeting of Americans, which comes oft
at Holly Springs iu a few days, will no doubt be
numerously attenjed by the gentlemen of this place.
There will be a congregation of much talent, beauty
and patriotism on that occasion, as tbey purpose to
make a very brilliant display.
There are three candidates in the field for tho
Clerkship of our Court oue Democrat aud two
Americans one of whom, I suppose, will with
Extracts of the Atlantic's Newi-The Pope and the
Irish Roman Catholic Bishop and Clergy.
Accordiug to a Roman and Roman Catholic cor
reistiondeiit of the Loudon Time, tbe pruaent Pope !
ii detenu ued, as Tar as in him Ilea, to put an end
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to the intcrterienee of the Irioh Roman Catholic
bishop and clergy in politics, enpeciully the poli
tics of aiution. This the correspondent ot tho
Times conbiilcrs a proof of a determination, on tbe
part of the Pope and his advisers, to reduce tho
Irish Roman Catholic Church to a state of inure
entire obedience to the Papal See than at present.
That may be the object, for anything we know;
but all Protectants sod a good many Roman Catlio
lies, wilt be of the opiuiou that the retirement of
the cleijty of Ireland, both Roman Catholic and
Protestant, from the arena of party politics (which
has already taken place to a considerable extent)
will be a creat improvement, on a state of things
which exists, or did exist, tn same paru of Ireland.
Neither is at all difficult to understand why the
present Pope and bis advie rs should be denirous of
putting down politiral agitation; for they lite in
terror of their own livea, from liauiui and other
political agitators of Italy, and naturally hate tbe
whole race of agitator whereTer they find them.
The present position ol affairs In Europe renders
it very desirable for the Pope who is a temporial
Prince as well a a Bi-hop, to lire 00 good terms
with the English Government; and that circum
alance, joined to a,iorrorol political agitation,
which does not leave them an hour of reft, are
qrate suflicieul to cause tho Pope a id Lis aj visors
to lean to the policy of the late Dr. Murray, of
Dublin, rather than to that of John tf Tuam.
Proposed Viria8 of tie Princess.
On the Tcry day, (as the London Times,) on
liicU we anunuoriced the capture of Sebantopol, it
also trampled that Prince Federick William of
Pruaa ha I arrived at Balmoral for the purpose cf
"iinprovic bis acquaiutaoce with the Prin pcss
Ileyal." It U nndervtood. that in the year lbSl,
when her Royal Hihuos bad attainel tlie mature
ae of ten years, a kind of preliminary understand
in was entered into that she was one day to become
the bride of this young Prince, beir preiumtire to
the Prussian Crown; and now that tlie Princess Las
attained tbe age of fifteen years it may be supposed
that the negotiation is about advance another stage.
It is the misfortune of Royalty that these domes
tic transactions, which in private life are concealed
cuder so much reserve, must inevitably be treated
a matters of public concern, invovlingan'they do
not merely the kappioes. or iuiry of twoyouo
people, but questions of policy and a lianea tLoet
important to the future 'destiny of em piree and of
kingdoms. Is it, then, or is it not eipediet.t, that a
dxtightcr of Knland rhould take her lar cpon
the throne of Prussia; and, in forwarding such a j
match aw the parties principally concerned con-j
sultine the happiness of the, oung Princess or the,
safety, honor, and welfare of our Sovereign and her
In one sense however an' alliance with Prussia
may be considered as a step towards an alliance
with Russia. The two royal families are inextrica
bly entwined in the bonds of relationship, ol eympa
. tby, and of mutoal interest: and it needs little ar
gument to prove that the present is at any rate, an
ili chosen time for bringing us into contact with
the courts of St. Petersburg, or raising a suspicion
of its influence over any portion of the royal family
of England. In humbling Russia we are not only
reducing a barbarous and aggressive power, but
plucking up from the very depths of the ocean that
mighty anchor upon which all the anti popular
dynasties of Europe hope to ride out the storm of
public indignation and contempt. Why should we
place a daughter of England in a situation in which
devotion to her husband is treason to her county
why distract her mind between wishes for the wel
fare of the family which she has left and that into
'which she is to bereceived? '
What sympathy can exist between a court sup'
ported like ours on the solid basis of popular freedom
v Y h"1" "jwiu
and national respect, and a camarilla just engaged
in the interests of a foreign patron in trampling out
the last 'embers of popular government which a
revolution, resisted with pertidy, yielded to with
cow ardke, and quelled with insolence, had lelt be
Sayings and Doings of the Czar Alexander.
The Emperor, who has been niakns a iournev to
the South, via MOSCOW, has issued, through the a humor that rival that of nickens, and a dramat c force'
Governor of that Dlace an adJreaa tn tl Ra.; . frdfV "f thought, p -.wer of exp ession, and viudnena of de
uovemurti wiai piat-e, an auuresa 10 Hie Russian .r. ,..inn ..f wl.u-h h,- i uttnl.arl. the master aurior.
people, in which he says : '
"The brave defenders of Sebastopol have dono I
evervthins possible for human Dower to do. Th
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jormer ana present uniavoranie events, 1 accept as
! i" table of rovi Jence which vi-iu upon
i KU8su heavv hours of trial. ButRus-ia s trials
j h,Te Deen uch hvicr a)d GoJ bw
always sent her his benevolent and invisible help
Let therefore now trust in Him He will defend
"U!". the Orthodoi, which has drawn the sword
I 'orajust cause the cause ol Crinstendom. Iam
I gittC to see the incessant proofs of the readiness of
everybody to sacrifice family, property, and the last
drop of blood, for the integrity of the Empire and
the honour of the country. I find comfort and
strength in the. popular sentiments and aspira
tions, and with my whole heart united with my
bravs and faithful people. I shall repetft, confident
of God's help and aid, the words of Alexander the
FrUt "Where there is truth there is also God.
I remain your well-wiher, .
Hia Visit to the Cdmea.
A letter from St. Petersburg states that the even
ing before the Emperor's departure for tho South, a
grand council was held, at which it was decided to
carry on the war with the utmost energy.
The Emperor went from Moscow to Nieholaieff,
the great Russian naval depot, ou the Euxine,
where on the 23d u't , accompanied by the Grand
Dukes Coastati tiue, Nicholas, and Michael, he made
an inspection of the troops, fortifications, aud dock
yards. The fortification, it is stated, are to be
greatly ptrenghthened and extended.
By telegraprah we learn that the Czar has left
Nicholaiefl" for the Crimea, bis object in proceeding
thither being doubtless to inspirit hia forces by his
presence, and turn the tide in favor of Russia.
Vaiious Russiau and Prussian accounts state that
the war is to be carried on with the greatest deter
mination, and that the Crimea is to be defended to
the last extermity.
General Mouravicw, now in Aia, will, it is inti
muted, take the place of Prince Gortsehakoff, who
is to become Minister of War.
Tle'rd nipht of the engagement of the Distinguished
American Tragedian and Comedian Mr. James E. Murdock,
who will appear in hii favorite character of MACilETll.
Lady Mac beth, Miss t. W.vcite.
Wcdned ty KTenini;, Oct, 24, will be acted the Shaltspear
Ian Tragedy of MACBETH.
To conclude with the faroe of POOR PILLICODDY.
In ruhearsai "Wine Works Wonders," "Kobbers and Dra
VO II SALE That valuable tract of land and
delightful residence adjoining Tyree Springs,
and known as the ROBERTS PLACE, is offered for
sale on accommodating terms. Apply to
K. N. WILITAMS,
oct28 dtrwaw6t 6S Cherry at
F. II. BADGER, Dentist,
HAS returned to the city, from a short visit to Baltimore.
Residence and operation room on Cedar street, next
door to the Catholic Church.
ii. xv. MiAFtr:ic,
Ko 6 College t.t Near Church, NASUVIT.LE, TES.f ,
DF.VLKR in all kinds of Cabinet Furni
ture, and is receiving additional
supplys; and having fitted myself out
with a fine hearse aud gentle horses, am
prepared to furnish every kind and quality of coffins on the
shortest notice, by day or night.
Clock", Lamps and Girondals for sale. Mattraases cf all
binds on hand, or made to order
Furniture Itepaired with neatness and dispatch.
New and various styles of Wardrobes ail cheap for cash
or good paper, at No. tf College street, near Church.
R. W. KH AKFfc.lt,
oct24 ly By D. Y. Oobris, Agent.
TIBST PREMIUM PIANO-FORTES.
vri;itv.v a now
PIAKO-FCRTE MANUFACTORY, 83 Walker St ,
KKAB BSOiDWiT, MKW Tom,
RF.SPECTFCLI.Y call the atu-ntion of the rfWTHws
public to their splendid assortment of
emi-grand and Kquare Pianos, which, for f f f ft
TO'oiue of tone, elasticity of touch, beauty of finish, and
every thing that rend, r a Pian pe fect, are unsm pvn d.
As a proof of the superiority of their instruments, they beg
leave to state that at the great Metropolitan Fair held at
Washington, the first premiums In both classes, semi grand
aud two-stringed, were unanimously award d to them, al
though they were in competition with the must dl'tinguiahed
manufacturers from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and
Baltimore. Parcha-cri and dealer, will find it to their ad
vantage to call and examine for themselves. oct'24 tf
TW i:Ts-HVi: IMH.LAU KKWAUUt
PORT M05TJS LOST.
rOST n Saturday night, between the Post
J Ollice and the Circts, or at the latter place.
a PORT MONIF., conUinlog about one hundred !
and sixty-six dollars, all gold except ine dollar U,
in Bank notes. The Port Monte eootaine o papers of any j
kind I will give a reward of TWFNTY-FIVK DOLLARS
r Y.n wou,B w i-; T j m V i-wrii
True whig. locU3-2t J M. FKLNCII.
To Railroad Contractors.
OVALKD rrop"l will be received at the office of the
Eilg fl Id ami Ken'ucky Radroad Company in Nashville, I
Tenn , until Satuiday, December 15th, loM, for the con- 1
s ruction of the .oad from Nashville to the Kentucky i.ine, '
where It meets the Henderson and Kashville Railroad to
Henderson on the Ohio River. The C. K R. R. is about
forty-eight mile, long, through a country well adapted for :
Railroad construction, and the work will bt divided into
sections of about oue mile each, win. h may be bid lor Sepa
rately, or the whole road included In one proportion. Pro
posals may alM he made to build the thirty miles ouly next
to Nashville, either by the single section or In on contract
There are on the road one tunnel half a mile long, heavy
rock work at various points, and two large Uridg.s. Maps,
Profiles and Plans will be ready lor examination by Dec. 1st,
and any Information may be ortsdaed by addreasiag tiie un
dersigned. VAM'L WATSON, President.
ocu3 -trwtdccl3 A. ANDatlSON, thief KngmMr.
nOH llt:IT For the ensoing year, a comfbriable
I uwelliog tioaoe, 00 tuerry sIe nexi ooor Soutn or
Lincoln Had, containing si rooms, wuh d nlnj room,
kitchen aud cellar iu the basement. 1
R. A. HALLOWK. i
AUCTION BALI OF 003.
TlO'F F. PlIlr.LB8, will sell this evening, aod each ins.
It reedit f even ing this week, a fine stock of Booas, M.
Uonerv, a ., wita an invoice ol Jewelry.
octSt &t btSJ. F. SIIIELDf.
TIIIKI) LAUGH !)1P0KTATI0,
FOE Till FALL AND WISTEE OF 1833.
M O. McKAIRT M CO. will open tlus day a very large
1 stock of nrh and denirablw fancy Tlus stock
las been b iuM in New York within tbe lairien d iy, pnu
ripally r eh, which will enable as to sell Ui cash aod
prompt bayers at very reducwd prioaa. The pwbufl are rw
spei-tia'ly inv.ted to cad and examine their
KJ.-n riounced Robes, for Keening Dreaset;
" " Day and Dluner do;
" Moire Antiques;
Mum da Lain, entirely new;
" Cathoere Robes d Caambrw, entirely new;
" French Oalico -
With many othur rkft and desirabis jood. CUl-L AXS Six
We shall be ofienlng new goods very n'ght this week,
whtcA wt will cxbibit w:t 1 plaasars n lb uoceediug mora
lajr oeuaj R. C. McMAIKY A Co.
'I ANTirV Several Ftrst Class Dressmakers. Also, Sev
era! beat Bevcra. Appiy Immediately U
MaA PALMsR THOMAS,
Crate her iloas Bai..tng,
ortll tt Corner Sum ner and CirrB rt.
N B WsnWd several afprtcUota, o whjm lis btuutass
will be thorpnyhly taught.
: ITS- JJ
- ' -J
FI&ZXZX'S GRAND SOCIAL BAIL.
!Mii BROAU STfaEKT FIRE COMPACT NO.
Gil A N 0 sKt!. "liALL
AT ODD FELLOWS H1U,
on THCK5DAT EVENING, Oct. 25th, at 6 o'clock,
Jso. H. Flsher.
Jai A Laud,
Jas. Waikkb, Jb.
H. S. FoeTKR,
JAU &. AioCoMBS.
- A. J. Ttli,
NO. 2. -B.
. W. H. Ok,
S. F. -ci.r,
A. J. Tbxto,
Tx-k't for Bale at the door and by the Managers. Price
one dollar. octiS td
THE NEW NOVEL.
; BY THE AUTH03 OF "FAS H.I0X AND FAMINE."
THE OLD HOMESTEAD,""
BT MRS. ANN S. STEPHENS,
Aut'itr of "FitKtiin and Famine."
In one large 12mo- volume. Price $1 25.
NhW BOOK by the Author of "Faahiou and famine,"
ii. wtii. h attained, in three mcn'.'s, a sale of tobtt ihoU-
81!t? cor.iy and which i i re-puMNhed in uip ic st. re-
j tershuri(h Vienna, and in three editions m London, is a
matter well cak-ulat. d to excite more than or.iin!ir.v interest.
he Ol u INikstkaq. white not so trag'C and intense in its
character n fh'tin and famine, Is, if anythinB, of pro.
founder Interest, afld appeals with greater force to thesym
pathiei of the reuder. '1 he story 0;ieiiin the city oIN. York,
where there are ma.iy scenes of pathos, uff :rina, and tragic
power; but, as the hock progresses the clouds diverse we
are introduced to the Old Hornetead among the Catski.U of
the Hu' son, when we are preented wuh some of the most
: d-light:ulaud'riihicre-.lpictureseverKiveniuo American
we thick to ar. of l.ur cot -mporariej
. . ' " CONTENTS.
i?e:.a . T.".. ( 7 ,t.a!,"onv'ri,t
, rne avor ami ui. -o, iceman1 aitey in ine loaniains.
i he Mwubii'i ou-st i New P. opie and New Homes.
i Th. I JJ-dSS ueto Na-
' J.!' '-iyf "dthe Aide.uin. uu t itannan ana Lncie wa-
( The piou j than.
i Chester's Trial. j tead.
: cheer's Uouo m the Mom i Autumn in the Mountains.
inp Our Sinter Anna
The Mrfyor and hi Son. Sunset io an Itlian Cathedral
Jane Cltcbttr and tho Siran- Tbe Two infants.
gcr. i Uark Storms and Dark Meia-
Fellev .eand a Sew Inmate. 1 orirs
The Fever Ward and its fa- Apple Gathering.
tient. The K.irtiliams 1 eturn from
Jine Chester her Little ahmad
Vire. Tlie Hulking Fmiie.
The rt'ident P'lyMoan aud I he HnuseUold fcacrifice.
the C'tuld Nnrse. ' The Strange Minirian.
The Wi.Jn'srht Kevel Mary A Oaiioe alter Hacking.
and her M.ither. The Mother, the tion and the
A Ppruig Morning and a Pau orphan.
pi-r i urial. Old Memories and Young
The PHUghtHr's Faith Wins' Hearts.
the Faiht-r's Prophecy. Th- Mth-r's Fraad.
The Two OH Men 'Salina Bnwles' Mi-sion.
The Walk ami die Will. . j The Ooul.le Confession.
The Festival of R't. i The Double Birth day.
Wild Woods aud Mountain' Kxpedieutaand applanations
Prom the N. Y. Iny Pook.
We hare no he-itati m in procounriiig this book superior
in pathetic i it-re', ilescriptive K'Wer, atd earnest whole
soud vigor, to any utory rereutiy published.
From the B ston Post.
As a literary w irk it is la suDerior to Fashion and Fam
ine. Many portions are intensely interesting.
Front the Boston Olive Bran h.
M..ny of the scenes are laid in the humble walks of life,
anil all th-- author's line descriptive powers are brought to
bear upou them. The eoinfortlexa room, where the girl
watcher wails for her dying f ither where they meet at last
in hi ileal Ii hour, aud part forever, the simple but cheertul
home of Chester; the long night agony at Bellevue; the sol
emn b-irui, with oi iy thw-e two lonely children f"r raoiirn
er.; and the exijisile picturesol life at the Old Homestead
al! Fhow 'hi: teud, roes.-i of the woman combined nth the
kid of the artiat.
From the N Y. Fxpre.
The moral of this work is invigorating, and no person can
rise fi tun its perui-al without being made, in the end, a bet.
ter man or woman.
BUNCE k BROTHER, Publishers,
nrl't dt li Nnto.SU Street N. Y.
TO THOSE WISHING A DESIRABLE LITTLE
Willi in 4 .llileM ot ul.ville.
T PROPOSE to sell on f ivorable terms, or exchange
X for city property, one of the most pleasant oouii
try files any where near Nahville it contains 60 iA
acre, lying within !U yards of the Gallatin pike; has a
beautilul grove running through it of about 19 acres; richly
set with blue grass, and in the midtd of which is a handsome
framed house of ten roonrs. 1h land is admirably adapted
to gardening and agriculiural purposes, and so abundantly
supplied with grass as to require but little or no feed for cat
tle winter or summer. I hrough a p- rtion or the land is an
ever supplying stream of good water. There ara thre sta
bles or stalls tor homes, crib and buggj house.
The place is reached by means of a private pike, leaving
the Oaliatiu mad at Napier's. An arrangement is also ef
fected 10 open up a road on the rear ' the land, over which
a good pike is to be constructed and th rehy a front on both
sides of the house, and a half mile nearer town.
. Refer tc Dr. WihsTum, Mr. A. Nmsow.
oct28 d4t JAS. B RUTLAND.
iii:at masonic hai l.
nnHE largest Piano Porte, Me lodeon and Music Stnre in
A the L'ni'eil States, will be opened October lMh, in
the M Ari IMC BUILDING, Chestnut Street, above Seventh,
Hliillldrlpliitt, by JOHN M4RSH, the sole A, 'ent for
Boardman, Gray A Co ' celebrated Dolce Catnpana At
tachment I'iano Fortea, and C. W. Fik Co.'s Premium
Mel"deons. Also, Piano Fortes and Melodeoos of other dis
tinguished makers. J M. hss obtained a lease for several
y rs in the new, magnificent and we 1 known Masonic
Knilding, where he intends keeping the largest stock aud
assortment of Piano Fortes, Melodeons, Music and Musical
Instruments of every description, all of which are carefully
selecle" by himself, and warranted to give perfect sa'istac
tion in every irmtance. ctl7 trwlm
COME TO TEA.
THK large surplus of PKACH BRANDY. APPLE FRAN
DY, L'l.l r D PhAOHKd aid DlilM) APFLKS.iaT.n
nessee the present season, will find rea'ly sale at my store,
at the hurhcst market price, f r the filthy lucre, commonly
called cacH, or in exchange for (iroceries, notwithstanding
'fall, ov m:ham(H'ol.
Bring ft along and get the needful, don't be backward.
CHLUt Ii ANDMtSON,
oct 15 No. and d Broalt., Nash riile, Ten.
PREMrrja dagt;erri:ottpz and photo
NO. 26 UNION STKfcLI', NA.-HVILLK, TKNN.
'IMiK first Dipl.nna was awarded to Hoglii Rrnthers by the
1 Mechanics' Institute at the latt exhibition for the let
I'atruerreot. pes and Photographs, which proves conclufive
lv the sapei i tv of our pictures ver ai competitors, al
though they were not git ten up fo the rruuu but such as
they sell to their 1 utmners uaiy. Cit ns and strangers
I are pol ti-iy invited Io call and see the largest and best Col
iecliou of tcimeus in the 8 ulh. octlS
Trani)rt;(tiou to the Mast.
nIIKKK are now FOCH RUI.ROAD COCrrNfrom Cin-
A cinna'i to New York a
an 1 other fcat. rn ' nr. eoniowi.
Ing for the Produce of the Wet, at LOW RATU Of
Property goe forward FROUPTLT, and without detsn-
The undersigned solicits hipmeneaU to hit ear as a
Forwsr er, au.t not beii g bourn to any line, we will act
imparti .lly Iu Kiectitg lor consigntienU to bin, the route
whk.n, lor the time being, offers the nvt Inducements.
BUYS AND SELLS 05 CO Jf JTISSI05,
AXD ATTKSbii IHOMPTLY TO ALL CALLS
i iiis mm: oc iiimm:.
it o 111: it t Tioom:,
General Commiwion Merchant,
amiii: ii itK rou client.
W'lre, having labored under one on her breast for
suvie time, and having tried different treatment, I
concluded to undertake it myself, sod in lew. than tVee
moot a. effected 1 com pieie cure; alOiough she had Keen
.iven un b. y ,,., h,,n, hev,m.l tha reach nt
CUrtJ. talis h&A ftir Ihat Lat tear avnlnvavil twtti katItH tSn
years previous, and has since given birth
(o a floe child, winch sbw nurses herself. I have also
treated several other cases, and have met with the same
My treatment is sot the o-liig of the Kni'e, or Caustic, or
Mercury, but It is purely Vegetable. I also profets to Cure
other dipeas-s, iliu Female bbeases and L'icera, tcrf
Bia, Pile, and all di-eaea origioaung in hks manner. All
I ak ot per-oos altlcu-d wuh anv ol the above named
disease, b to give me a trial. W here there Is no aura
thre shad be no charge. Fuitbrr inftwmatH can be ch
ained ty ca-uug on me, or by lett er, at No. 1T North Mar
ke street. JOXATUAN THOU .
(Ol .MUV 71 Cltt II 4
EC feBi.n le I that I have the W are-rooms Well
i. sto-kei wuh EVIKY THIMi MtW AM) 1K i
hlKALLC in ruf line for the 'ail Trade, and would be
pleased to C.l liicir or J era.
A. J. FRAXHSCO,
. act! Mo. a Pjblic rVjuare,
READ A 3D ES WISE.
BE It known to the. clttxens uf Washvllle, end the ba's-xe
ut tbe Human ramily, 'bat I.J. UW KKjt, o. 41 La
Ion strcrt, have Jiast rwoetved a Baa aasur'saeul f fx-t
tttdt-svi knoen to epuctans as the "Grfwrave rnvea"
t lasers betur kttowo ia th s eommooiiy as BRAZILIAN
PkllBLiJH made h-uea Braal'iaa Kaad, whica 1 am wuilcf W
svU at rvaw nahie pve, as kiloww ;
Geld frame, Mi.ie leoiptgs 4''
lt.oe'e 1 VO
Cotn fin. aVver frames, Pide Temples 'O
- " " iiiogle 40
A. to selecting ftfrctaole, 1 profe' Is know all about it,
bave $ pal l paniralar atteatiea to thai branch f lb to
wnees kjt the last twauty yean. J. FL0WCK.4,
oetti-tf f'. It rn(" , abi!le.
N W PUBLICATIONS
NEW EXGMMI HOOKS.
W. T. BERRY k CO., have just received
THE OLD PRINTER AND THE MODERN PRESS. By
OSCE UPON A TIME. By Knight.
JOUXSOS'8 TYPOGRAPHY. S vols.
THE LAND WE LIVE IX. A Literary and PictoriaJ
fketch-Book of the British Empire. By Charles Knight.
S vols., Svo.
IIALFH0VR3 WITH THE BEST ACTU0R3. By
Charles Knight, 2 vols.
LEARNING AND WORKING. Six Lectures concerning
this Time and the Times of Old. By Frederick DenUon
Maurice, M. A., Chaplain of Lincoln's Inn.
CHEMISTRY CF COMMON LIFE-COMPLETE.
W. T. IS K It It Y A CO.
IIAVE JCST RECEIVED THK FIFTH EDITIOJf,
In2 vols., ISmo., cloth, of
THE CIIEMISTUY OF COMMON LIFK. By James T.
W. Johnson, M. A., F. R. Ac, Author of "Lectures on
Ap-icultural Chemi.-try and Geology," etc, etc. Illustrated
with 113 wood engravings.
TABLfc. OF CONTESTS.
The Air we Breathe,
1 h ' Water we Drink,
The t-oil we Cultivate,
The Plant we rear,
The Bread we Eat,
The Keef we Cook,
Th- Beverages we infue,
The Poisons we Meet,
The Odoms we Enii y,
The Smells we Dislike,
What we Breathe, aud Breathe
What, How, and Why we Di-
The Body we CherUh,
Tite Sweets we extract.
The Liquors we ferment. The Cir-uUt:on of Matter,
IheNaico.icswelbUuigeui, A Recapitulation,
OPINION'S OF TIIE PRK.38.
From the Newark Dally Advertiser.
We know of no other Wurk wh.ch, wiih'n t small a cre
pa, so well and o atisf tmorily present- the chemical and
phvdinlogical wonders which surround as; and that too, in
a manner so free from technicalities, th t the veriest tyro
iu the science cannot be otherwi-s than interested and in
From the Ctica Gasette.
Much foientiflc information is here presented In a con
densed and interesting form, making a volume of high prac
From the Rochester Union.
This work is one of the most valuable that can be given
to tlie American public. It should be in every (auiily, Slid
in every schxd ami public library in the land.
From the Albany Atlas.
These two volumes, which co'.Uio aa immene amount
of instructive matter, are as interesting as a story book.
From the Troy Daily Vi hig.
It is adaptd to the comprehension of the unlearned in
techuiial chemistry, as well s to the learned, and the co
pies ireaU-il are so usef il, that it is saying no more than
justice reiuire, to assort that it ought to be in every home
in the country
From tlie ft. loo's Intelligencer.
This is a work for the youth as well as the grown man for
the scholar at well as the me:b inic and we ran cordially
recommend ita 1,01 only in a hiirh (tegree valuab e for its
solid instruction, but also as a pri ntable source of enter
tainment Frora tbe Lauisvilie Courier.
There is not one en.iy in thee volumes that can fail to
rivet the attention or any one food of reading. It is a de
lightful book fjr a laniil circle. ectU
V A I. I' A II I. i: II O O K. .
7 T. BEHST & CO-, have jut received
1. flonde's History of tlie Arabs in .pain.
9. Guixot's History of Civilix ition. Zr.
5. Faierter's Cla sieal Antiquities.
4. Lougiiius on the Sublin e. 1 vol.
5. Dante's Divine Comedy : the Inferno. A purs transla
tion by Car'y'e.
6. T tsso's Jeru-alem Delivered.
T. The LegL-Iative Guide.
S. Irving's Life of W anhington.
9. Benton's Thirty Years in the Senate.
10. Webster's Complete Works. 6v.
11. C'aih. un's W, rks. 4 vul.
12. Napier's Battles if the Peninsular.
18. Napoleon in Exile by o'.vleara.
14. Lascaes1 Memoirs of Nupoleon.
15. Abbott's l.i'e of Napoleon.
16. Mrirklatid's Lives of the Queens of Englan I. 8 vol.
IT. Lives of the Piincesses ol England.
IOOK at a superior lot of bLAN ri l KS, just received
a and for sal-oy C11AKLL3 W. SMITH.
SALE OF EE L ESTATE.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable the Circuit Court
of D.iviiis. n county, rendered at the SeptemOel Term,
in the case of George More, complaitiant, against Ma
jnr .-mith et al, l fendauta, 1 will 00 itATL'KDAV, the 1st
day of December next, expose to public Ja e for ra.h to the
highest bidder, at the 1 ourt House door in the city of
Nashville, the land described in said pleading, being a lot in
McGavoek's Ad H.iun to N-hville. fronting 81 feet on Front
street and running back l"', feet. Sale within the usual
hours. THOo. T. SMU.EY,
oct2d dtd Clerk.
F&ESU STOCK OF
SOLE LEATHER TKl SK?, 2, HO and 82 in., of Phila
delphia Manuf u-ture, and the very best Ladies Travel
ing Trunks and Honoet llnxes,and a large assortment of
medium and low priced Trunks.
Leather, Waterproof, Velvet and Tapestry bags.
Ashland Nile Leaiher Valises.
tflnle Leather Kuggy Trunks aud Valises, all fixes and at
very price. Just received by JOHN RAM AGE,
ocUO 42 College st.
F0S KEW ORLEANS
riIIF. AMERICA will leave Pa.lurh
X for Ne
ev Orleans on MONOAi,
29 h m-t
ROBERTJON will leave Nasbvi Is onSATUH-
DAY, 27:h, with fi eight and passengers for her. Apply to
JOIIN.-ON WEAVER, or
OCtl9-tI A. L. DAVIS, Agents.
WHO H'AVTS A IIO.TIK 1
THiru!isc-ril)er ofli rs for sale m liberal terras,
FOLK COME il TABLE ItrSlDE.StXS.titua
te 1 as tcilows, vis :
Oueou College, near the Market House, fronting
45 f-et 011 lloiiece street.
One near the South Nashville Mm f'turing Estat'lish
ment, fronting 8 feet on Ch rry street.
Oue near the Triuity Ctiureh, fronting 'O feet on Ilih
And the other near the residenre of W. N. Bilbo, Esq ,
and fr uiting 100 feet on Overton street.
Any one wi.-hin:,' to secure a neat and pleasant home,
convenient to business, aud on g od terms, wo aid do well to
mane imiiied ,ve application, aa tiiepropeny must, aud will
lie nnii. Apply Very soon, l j W. R M Klltl,
octiJ dlw 4a PuMIc Square.
itti.tun t.v i.ou'w m:w wvoiik.
IikIIs liin.t and jMpun.
TOON, NEI-.'SON A CO , H "nion street, liave just re
ceived many new aud iiitreatirig bswis.
A visit to India, Chia ar.J Japan,
In the year !il. i:y ltayard Taylor.
" A oil ; the miiltititd : of lok pressing forward fur pub
lie favor, none aid retam a n, ire U.tu.g lull 1 on tba heart's
a ffe- h.ns lii i this. r n.! nend it u tlie attention of
reader-." Anrri-o InAfr.
HU'itl.SL.M A IIVi: UO'IF..
TOON, NELjsON 1 CO, 44 l.nion btre-t
Have received the billowing New Works.
From Eve, the Wife ot the First, to Mary, the Uother
of the Second Adam ly S. C. Baldwin, D. O.
Cora and the Doctor ; 1
Or, Ueveialion of a I'hyiicUn's Wife.
An Autobiography of Girlhood. By Mrs. Manners. j
m:v stock of
Eoots, Shoci, Trnnks, Valises tvod Traveling Bagtv
JUII H It A n A Ft
4'J College street.
IAM now receiving a large and carefully selected stork t
HOOTM AND SlliJ for the Fall and and Winter Trade,
of the best Pldlade phia man iliac ure, fur Ladies and Gen
tlemen, Misses Boys and t hildrea.
I would call the attention o' buyers to my stock of Kip
and Calf Boots, fhoes, and Broaans. f r eouatry trade. A
large sopp'T 'd Negro Urogansaud Mud Moola- extra sisea.
My tilUCK la varied and exteuMV, and WHI sold cbsaip
fcreash. tl JOHJi K AM At. K-
"AI fN N fE JI I F L EST
IAM. A Ct lfJIIATI
HATEjft re-elvel a few of the real Miauls K.aVa, madw
to order Iu the English Government ,-h-ps Ih'S kiS
wi shoot with accura. y t-u yards, a proved by actual ex
periment before SeraaUd, where the k uaean soldiers have
been kdled by them at that d .a lane-.
In aildition to Uie Krgnlauva B a -a, F. k C. kavs also
ths Hinsiiss Nsrtliifr lllllfs made of sraal'er
guags, (or tL pai pore ul iever M''ti, e Call aod see
taem at the aigo f "Til a Bl'r t.CJt-
I 1m Nona fide Pubhe raare.
U tTlli H A.1 ATTIt ACTIO.! ! !'
(Evening Nawe this week.)
.' EN J. F. SHIELDS will sell at sactioa each evenng da
' ring the preswat week, a Srve eollrcuon of IIOOK.t, floe
Goal t.-r,- (sll warranted )Goid I'hsioauf every deser p
lion, Loc.eta, It 'aorieia, with a variety of other nca and
tWiraldsr Je weiry
Pure l.aaer. will But be disappoint! In T1IWB SALES.
oetli-U bENJ. F. BillELOi.
(t ivala sales daring thai day.
jot pi ui.imild,
1j 0is Bovaxd Association, FtilaielphU.
RE POST ON PPtRMATOSail'ltt, or evoinal Wrakaswa,
lmiMiiene-, the rtce cf 'nar.io, M aat urbatioa eif
Abuae, and other iHsea-es ut tb.seaaal Orsaaa, wt A an -count
of the errors and drs-rsti.wt of tjtacxs, and valuable
Advseelo the Aril etl, by GkVJ. . tALitOfN. M. fes
uiuiig Iurgs-a uf the Huward Association, P .iiJeip-a,
Pa , a benerUeat Instils tea estahli-fied by spsial enUna.
merit, the reUef of tbe sick and d-alrsmed, Cla:l1 wuh
"tiruieat and f ;.ittn Diseases. " A c'!-y a( I above
Jt'p-.rl will be ssml by saail ('a a sei'-d fitkf.) a"i.
charge, i.a ths ie pi of T"i STAMP f r rMa(. Ad
dreaa t'r IjrO H. CAUliOi-N, ka. S Boa inta Hu,
rttltdtlclpbiat k'm. sell I-dies
'Oil K I.F A small koasw and tol a "iMtua
street pt at La No. 16.
Fur further p"
tar rati at this nftV e.
Agents War. ted la every county in this and adjei ning States,
To sell the above new and improved
CORN AND COIin 7IILL.
ryo an such a rare chance to make money will be offered.
J. Exclusive St a 1 County privilege wil be deposed
of on nnusually fair tern, by applicatioa to the proprietor.
FAICtIXUX A.-il STOCK KAIM.KS,
I sffcr you a Corn and Cob Mill unsurpassed in the rn
inn. and which cannot be superceded by p3.st or future in
ventions. It is the very Mill which every farmer an-i Stock
jaier snuu.u nave; i( wi.i crusn rrtira S to 10 bushels Com
and d b per hour, with one horse; is easily ntted up and
m ina,--.. weighs $ 10 lbs , an I as all contain ot the g ndtmr'
surfaces is prevented, will last any farmer an ordinary life,
'time. I speak thus of its durability, because 'he s ma
principle n, oeeu tairiy teiteu in tne old Bark 11 Ui. Who
ia it that w mis
A .til 1. 1. OM Tit I it,
for one month, and if It don't give complete satisfaction, to
return it? If there be any man thus msposed, let bias aVw
speak. Satisfaction is war-anted in every ease, or the mon
ey will be refunded. The Crusher can be attached to horse
water or steam power, which renders it the most convenient
Mill south of Mason's and Dixon's line. Al) other CTOshera
now in the siouth require too much power, or will soon wear
out. According to
the i,ats of .vvrritE,
a Com and Cob Mil! which SiimiU of a lateral or wabbling
motion will, aece sarily, soon wear out; all other Crushers
are amenable to this grai d objection, and the Proprietors
Djleb rot liisrute it. Ia the cn-tru.-ti n of "loctia Aan
aia," i have esrstD power, and I psrr ONTaiDiCTioa have
le.ene.l fiiciico, and I caau.5 M o.s wobd to the contrary;
I have pr vented a wablilirg lateral L otion, and all are
eompe led to arknowleire It; thtrelore, I ssxert that it is far
superior to any other Mill. I ara now sej.ing this Tennes
see invention at the small sum of
And any one winting a 'go.Hi thing," are eamestty request
ed to examine the true merits and principles ot this itUL
and order trom the Proprietors or Agl Dts.
A liberal discount ma.1- to dealers.
J. P. DttOMiHIoLE, Sole Proprietor.
a ; 1: t x .
tills. Moorj 4 CO. M M,, ,trpet NhTi:le ,Una.
facturers and eneral Agents.
Countvm0n'' t;rkTiI1' " for Montgomery
Ab. Watkins, Puhiski, Agent for Giles C onty
Wm. B. Hunt, s"a!ero, Aeect t,r trankliaCou
1 Couaty, Tenn.,
and Jackson ounty, Ala
James B. Vance, Castaiiaa tfprii g,, A'ent for gumner
J. W Hatcher, Columbia, Agent for Maury Cr.u ty.
W M. IVU, P. M , Ito'ne, Agent IcrSuiith County
'. R. A'kin, Charleston. Agent Tor Bra.lley County
W. B. bunley A Broa, Louaon, Ageota for East Tennes
t oct 1 tiawly
SCOTT'S LIT ni: ;i wr
CORN AXD COI5I5 MILL
'INHERE are features connected wub this mill worthv of
1 ciiisiiler.tli..u and cluse t-xaminalioo on the part uf
. tho-e wishine to purcoase a Feed Mill.
Its mechanical co. strurtinn ai d adapt-ition to the par-po-es
deigned. -o eriisli and grind eirenrn. llsgrrKtca
pacity, wline d'lifgan imnien-e work with extraordinary
ease, its durability is ample provided f..r. Tl.e complrti
and entire po t;.hleness of the Little Giant, rendering ita
greater convenience for plantation and tarm use impoeav
ble. It req tires no roe:hariiri aid or bill ol expense to pat
it up; anv farm hand or servant can put op and set o. e
runuing in balfan hoors time. The convenience with which
the sweep may be applied to 1 un h.ir x-mtal aa is most
usual or over hcml, and the mill mav be easily attached
where st-am or water is n-ed. The poaer it take , requiring
one and two hores The quantity and quality of rooact.
IU to i0 Imanels of gn.id feed nieal per hour, according to the
1 degree ol fineness g- und, and the sixe null. It ia Ui
cheapest mill, ail things considered, '.here is before the bub
Annth r thing connee'rd with the Litt'e Giant, aa pa
tent, and Worthy of note is the f et that there has been bo
P-tent Kigh' -e. ul..tii,g or huckstering about tiie country
as Is usual wi'h the thousand bungling mike-shift implel
uients that are got 00 as a trad. nerel to KKi nion-y by
selling or palming off thepa'etii right ui-un the credulous
then the machine to be ah tndiined l-y all parties as a hum
bnv;on the other hand the I' .ten'-e an 1 Proprietors of the.
little tiiant Mills, b li-virg tint they can and d. term tried
that they wilt rt- y ihe Agrrrul' ur.i i-ts and ftuck raters
cf our o.untr. wan a Min-rior Mill, ae pei manentiy en
gaged in the b'lsm. ss, and hsve ov rone hundred thousand
dollars invested in tlie ru.uiu'aiiure of .hese mill., in U
East, West and -outb, son-eid trse estb j-hmeuts a", ploy
ing bd nieu o!eiy tn th s bu.ine. s h glily are tlieaw
j nvlls apiireeiated, that f or tlmu-ai d hate ' nn sold wiU.io
the pat eighteen aaonths, and t.,e baiif t and the snt
1 ext. naive M .nufacturers of Agrieulttira; implenun , in n,B
I'uik-d Slates haveeageily sought ai. inrerest m ibx.r mauu
f.urture and -ale.
1 No implement has been more thoroughly te. ted; 00 one
of the kind t.aa received so nutremus ,,i it high tet'aiiuiala
trum M chaiiu-s Institutes a-d AL-rnuitnnil Association
and noue. by reason of sur, a'i'i.il, practical utilny and
mcrii nave nioie 1 oriy ground tiieir wav into ev. ijd..ys
use ami popular favor than (v olt's Little Giant Com aud
C"h Mi l. Orders promptly till-d.
Lilerai discount u dea er..
- HlttiWN A ANDEftfOX,
oct! tf So. ; Market t., Naohvule, Tenn.
.iauiii.i:! Mtmu.i !!
Tl f I., oil ELTON, h.ivmr- resum.-sl the MASitfrY
IVA til fl N E.-S, solicit hi-oid friei ils nnd the
nulric in tfrneraL vim tn:,v ili rM anrk in I, tin.
IO tfive bun a cull al h:a !, eoeriee of I 'kurel. .
street aud the Naaliviiie and (.hattanor.ga Katleoad
DepoL Ife will k-ep eonauiutly on h-.nd a supply tv
of MONL'MEN T.s, loMll.s, ac., of ihe ti iet Iu..u ai,J
American Marble. All work executed u ihe best manner,
and warranted. sepsis if
m lit. if a 1. is nti ii:ts.
A LARGE inv lioeof Fiue Surgical aud D-seeding Instrs
menta has Juat been received aud for sje at a small
advance on Eastern cost.
Students and others would do we I to call and examine
th prices and q lahiy, before making their purchases.
Wholesale and Ketial Uruggist,
OCtl Corner Cuilee aud L'nioo slice ts.
J. DOYLE CO.,
aud Candle .Muiiufutltirero., aud
Parkers of Pork and Iterf,
No. 23 South Front street, N.tH VILLE, TENN.
I 1 1 , t.i. i . 1 ; r . 1 . ...... ..a
Blooded Stock for Sale.
IiUTEfi.rsaiea large ruimber of Young Il It HA
III I .I.J, rd the most choice siocX, Including my main
Herd bull and Ihe Preniium Aged Co I of I'i. having bred
frora them as long aa I can without ppalui !ng too ni h reia-liou-li
p. I iss bare a numiwr of fine Young J Al kH
lr sae veryc,'eap; an 1 a nnrmer of Yiaing Thoruugh
brel T.tl,lt and a III ix l for every
budv. Ail bred on a eheao scale, and can be sold very kw ,
olloiirig breeders a cha;ic. to improve 'heir live stiv k
MAKK tt. COCblKILL.
I wish to rorcha'e t'" g .1 one Jeawoid mules.
HI I5I.IC s OF
BY virtue of a Deed of Trti-t execuu-d to me by Jas. -TS
L. James and Kr-t'l Puetn nan, I will sell at bUb-T
lie outcry, on the th of urtober next, on the premises, me
'IIU.M FI UN AC i:
And tsOOO Arri- s f Land,
About the half well tiuibcr-d, situated about 'hree mile f
from palmym, Tenn , on the Cumberland river. Ihwt2f
Fumai e h new'y built, the r,rk well executed and bum by
tte direction Of Mr. J I.. James, a practical and well edu
cated iron man. It is n il inferior to any turnac in the
."'t-ate of Tetmesvee, and is adapted to making iron by boi
or cold blast, with all the nro sn irv machinery tut the pur
pose iu good repair The Ore Bat.ks are wdliin one an I. of
tbe Fcrnace, and are believed by food judges to inea-
Traus or Hsls ."i thousand dollars payable In tea
months from the date of tin sale, and the balance in one,
two and thre. years, according to the terms of Ihe deed.
Poiasession to be given as soon as tlie terms of the sale ara
Any person who fsires toee the property, can be shown
It by J. O. 8'acklrfird, Clarkiville, or b I boa. Hiasun,
a h i lives on the premise.
sejaV-.wtds J. O ?H ACKI.EF0RD, Trustee.
Naahville Troe Whig ril) publish in Ui weekly till day sf
sale. ititrkmiU Ckric!t.
FOWLER 5t N UITOV,
COXXISSIOS A53FOSWAaDI50 ME2CHAXTS,
is N D
AgenU for IHianis Central Railroad,
sf31 sisra tairsa IIUbsIs.
WATTS, GIVEN 5t CO.,
Rfcehio & Fomardin Merchant?,,
PADI c m, K V.
A VINO a Inrve new and substantial Whrf Boat, all
truods rnlnKM 10 onr ear snail b (jrwaril d wita
promptuoM and despatch. jario dly
.m:v i i.oi ic iii piit.
OSes of ths Stuinlis City Xilla, eornsr f Cclleg
an4 Spring ItrasU.
Jy4 6. HAMMOND a CO.
A BASGAIH 15 EEAL ZSTATS.
THE winWrsigned wthiti w motr, peonows
ZJT tea sett bis rand, ooniaimog fllRkk IICnDKED If
.MTKMV iiVK Afltta, suusdeslaa Little Uar
petfi. In Dnvidmin sod H uiaiu- a eoauiiea, anw a lies sow t h
ut Naaee lie, m sight of tbe un d. le Franaua Taropia Road,
and mil weat of the D-p- I f 'die oaiibrn Had oad. Bsu4
land baa about one h andrrd aud wventv tv acres at open
land, of superior soil Ins) w-il, ('eing nunliy Hsrpe a buS
tm.) and in a very high s'a: cf tul'.ivaiiun; 114 halaaca
In umber, a fester part of which H well adapted to (rasa.
There are three Mating spring of sxce !kat water u It,
lib sgsersa la Little lis -pel h lor stock water frora alrsjt
every part if the lana. A plenry ol fruit for family ca
sauipUwa, re-l-les a yoorg orchard Ol tb. best scWrttoa
plaiiled.ut aboiu three years sanest. T-mis, tweaty-nva
dol ari pr acre. Paym.nta eaay. One wi-hing Is switls la
this sa.-tiva would do Well to e.l variy, as th aresaatp'io
ia, ihere cevrr will b anotbar sa h an oppvnuaity on LtUa
ilarpeth ou h terms. Tbe anders gnel anil be uieaswd to
abew the premises ta any wVa aa-y wii to rxamiL .brau
actll-dtrwastw U. J. elwMuSi,
C UN IVY HAGS.
f'IFrY Tl!0r3D0unny Bags of rood qaality, la aa
of t-u Ag Kec.ved abJ tor rsa by
aetld la.dtiwsw ti. A B. DOcGLAi k CO.
A VI" F. O A s ituatioa as a sWak-kerr ar 0al4
M aaut, by a gemiemau who can ve Ue Bswt i lkr
sasr'S. Sastrvaa "F. K. tf True W big OAcw."
CO HA, (.New Ctcb )
ekTMiH U. FANMNQ A CO.,
r-t9 Ceian Ma.k.t and Cbufva strtNta.