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M. K. WALKER, Assistant Eoitor.
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f iiv,.i(inrti nptil tii irrcsmga are paid, except at the
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;V l-tteion business witji this office, to ensure atten
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TlintsnAVMOKMIXV! OCT. 20.
Ja the Senate, ytsterday morning, the vote
rfj.ctii!g Semite bill to increase the compensa
tioii of jv.rors was reconsidered, and the bill
vt itli'lrawii for amendment. Mr. Tckxey iu
t:odac(l a bill to amend the charter of the
Smih-We-deru Kailroad Company, granting
that company further time to avail themselves
of State Aid, and also granting other privile
ges; by Mr. WuiTTnoHNB, providing for the
sale, partition and exchange of real estate in
certain cases; and by Mr. Atkins, to direct
the p-iytncut of taxes on landu iu certain cases.
Severn! iuc;d IIouo Bills passed first reading;
aud h. discussion aroMJ upon the passage of Sen
&te bil' to incorporate the Institute of Purdy,
McXairy county, on its second reading. The
tK-ci-xioii involved the principles set forth by
the Committee on Private Corporations, ad
verse to the passage of acts of incorporation
by tlio Legislature, where the courts of the
county have the power to grant all the privi
leges acked by the incorporators. This course
is recommended by the committee on the
ground that our statute books are encumbered
with t lithe acts of Private Corporation to the
detriment of the Public Treasury, and without
being productive of any good to any one. The
position of the committee was ably supported
by Messrs. Fletcuep. and Rodgeus, and oppos
ed by Messrs. Meeks and WmrrnofixE; the
latter taking the ground that the transfer of
this business to the courts would lead to great
er corruption than at present exists, and would
be an in warrantable, if not an unconstitutional
delegation of authority. In the course of this
discussion, the manner in which the charter of
the Miner's and Manuf icturer's Dank was
pas-etl, ws alluded to, and it was asserted that
that rharter was surreptitiously paved, with
out its provi-iutis being understood by the
members of t lie General Assembly, together
wiili aii tli-r Hunk charter, the name of which
was not ii'eniioiifd. Pending the dimension the
Senate t'k a recess for dinner.
In the evening, Senate Hill incorporating
t'ur Iiuihiing and Loan Associations, one iu
Win-he-UT, one in Chattanooga, o'ne in Hani
iim, iin-1 one in Nishvi.Ie, passed lid reading.
The ini-r.ee of (i iv. Jolniiion, iiomiuating Ii
rvetors of ilie lin k if Tenueee was read and
laid n the table. The Penitentiary Keport
was received and ordered to be printed. House
resolution providing for the payment of post
age out of the public treasury, on documents
and papers ordered by the Legislature, on mo
tion by Mr. Whitthome, was reconsidered, and
In (lie IJoue, in the morning, a message was
received from the Governor, nominating Di
rectors for the Hank of Tennessee, which was
laid on the table. Bills were introduced : by
Mr. Brown of Davidson, (Mr. WootTof Harde
man, in i he chair,) to incorporate the Nashville
and Me nphis U. S. racket line, also, to amend
the charter of the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad Company ; by Mr. Snodgrass, for the
mutual protection of debtors and creditors;
and ty Mr. Dunnington, to regulate the issue
of fi. f i.. Several bills were passed on second
In the afternoon, bills were introduced: by
Mr. C irlock, to prevent incompetent persons
from teaching iu common schools; by Mr. Cobb,
for the relief of owners of land sold tor taxes;
by Mr. Welcker, to regulate the emancipation
of slaves; by Mr. Mat his, to provide for the
widow and children; and by Mr. Ilullen aud Mr.
Cook, each, to regulate the sale of intoxicating
liquors. A few private bills were introduced,
mihJ a b;l! to amend the revenue laws was pass
ed on second reading.
Col. Johnson slated that the Uniou and American
ha 1 charge Kin with having sought the Presidency
of the Mute Hank. We take issue with Col. Joha
pou here on a point of fact. We peremptorily de
ny that the Union and Americau bus made such
charge. I'nion and American.
We heard the remarks of Col. Johnson on
the oucu-ion alluded to, but did not under
stand him as making the charge above imputed
to him. He said he bad boeu charged by pub
lic rumor, with having sought the Presidency
of the I'.aiik, but expressly stated that be did
not kujw where that charge originated
whether with (ior. Johuson, or elsewhere ;
and in proof of its untruthfulness, Le men
tioned the fact, that while his friends were talk
ing of him for that position, he took occasion
to say to Gov. Johnson, iu the presence of a
third person, that he did not wish to be consid
ered a candidate for the position that it would
not suit him to occupy If. We apprehend,
therefore, that the Union?! "issue" "on a
point of fact " is one of its own making, and
us it has both sides of the question, it can
settle it to suit itself. Hope it will Lave au in
The Supreme Judgeship.
The Memphis Aieal announces authorita
tively, that Archibald Wright will not accept
the vacant Judgeship even if elected to it. The
expression f the bar, in a majority of instan
ces, as tar as made, if we are not mi-taken, has
ben for Mr. WiiioiiT. This announcement tQ
Lis behalf involves the necesitj of looking for
another man, and we trust the members of ihe
leg-il profession throughout the State, inih en
dentnf party, i!l gie an expression pointing
in the right direction.
The present incumbent. Judge IUkius, np
jN.in ted j,rotttn by the Governor, is undrsUnal
to be a candidate for the otliee, and is recom
mended by many members of the bar in the
Western District. The people, we believe, wilj
elect the most suitable man, provided they are
advised ns to who lie is ; and we trust the bar
throughout the State will indicate the mm,
1 respective of party.
Division Faib t Gallatin. Our clever
rorresMndent gives us the cream of the Fair
at Gallatin in Lis letter this morning, excel
lently seasoned with wit aud humor. Don't
Jet its length deter you from commencing iu
pel una!, and when ouce commenced look to it
that your coffee, piqued by neglect, does Dot
sLoy symptoms of chines.
Correspondence of the KashviHe True Whig.
The day tlx Ground Attendance, Arrangement,
I) iis-t ami Water Topnot Beauty and valiant- cows and horses and bogs to bray and to low, to
ryChicbn Slum A Model Matron Xcw Pre- neigh and to grunt, lightning the ribbons upon the
Uwn- Who Seeond-Btcetera-Ac. we cluM bU Qf pega8UBf ,nd puUing up the B,ip
Eddy on Monday morning as we approached the 6,od of our rnuse, we conclude the sublime festivi
town, fantastic columns of dust rose like massive liesof our communion by a long wish for thee and
figures before us, bending and winding with the I thine reserving with Anacreon the pleasure of
senuo-ities of the road, to the chosen spot where drinking deeperand oftener, as chance pertimes may
soon wouia ne congregated tne weary pngnms 10
the sliiine of love and beauty. It was a scene of
love; for he who did not feel in "the melting
mood " thus eurly, surely gave way to a bright
autumnal sun, smiling so warmly and pleasantly
and gil.iiug in molton gold, the varied hues of the
"sere and yello leaf" of the forest It was in
deed a day to love a day well worth a sweet re
membrance. Add to a bright autumnal sunshine, a beautiful
forest landscape, when the morning dew hung like
forgotten pearls upon the soft green grass aud in
viting seats, ready arranged for comfort, beneath
the over arching bows of the ' brave old oaks of a
thousand years" mark the neighingof a thousand
steeds, the giddy whirl and bewildering windings
of the unnumbered chariots, from the light gossa
mer phanon, to the heavy thunders of " wagon
o' war "the rustling of silks like the gentle rush
Sug of a foamy water, the outbursts of "youth's
young laughter," the grace of wit and the smile of
beauty, and the opening scene upon that bright
morn, made older hearts than mine to thrill with
joy and send the warm life blood to revel on the
cheek, and brighten in the eye!
And there was beauty there from the dark lus
cious brunet, to the fair face where the lilly and the
rose strives for the mastery ; whose eyes so bright,
sent many a warm glow into the very soul of love.
See! there glides a tall, majestic form with a
lofty grace through the dense throng, unmoved by
the world of chivalry before her; a stifled hum
swells audibly from the lower tier of seats, " there
she comes! there she comes!!" and a hundred
eyes guze upon her. She moves the statelier!
But presently she turns to accept the proffered
gallantry of a vouth in manhood's prime then she
smiles she bows, and many a pale cheek mantles
with a blush, and many a warm heart reels aud
staggers like the morning flower that bends its full
face to kiss the rising sun, and close its eyes upon
his last departing rays. Same body truck !
Whew; how tired! At last I'm perched, like
Maulzume, upon the highest poiut of tho upper
tier rather wedged down, hard and fast, with just
room to turn in full gaze upon the solid miss around
the large amphitheatre. Let us rest, and quietly
take our survey.
Imprimis, the crowd, cumbering from 3,000 to
5,00' i, are elegantly dressed, quiet, well behaved,
courteous, and vastly genteel the ladies are uni
versally beautiful iu bct, there never was so much
black eyed beauty iu the same space before. A
thousand cheers for the beauty of old Sumner!
j Thai show will never know its equal.
The adjoining counties were well represented,
p.iT icularly Wilson and Davidsou, while Kentucky
stood up to laim her ov.-n in the personuge of wit
and teuuty. Ilere and there an elegant specimen
of Li.n-iaiia chivalry and Arkansas manliness miht
be Keen weaving through the varied throng, with
an eye to the aindwurd, when beauty "waved her
maie wand." It would be perhaps invidious, to
personalize, ala Willi, as injustice might be done
to the wooers and the wooed would be.
By way of parenthesis, not one word was said by
any one on the suhject of politics, unless it be the
inueudo of the top not nigger, who, after taking a
premium in the ring upon a horse, walked out in the
rear where a quiet old broad-brim friend had for
exhibition and sale a Inrge collection of Durham
Shanghais, and seeing a Tolander with similar pre
tensions to a roach, the darkey bowed, and ad
dressing his chickenship, inquired where he "cum
frum," and what "he name." Rooster making no
reply, be of tho sable top-not, turned off in a hiffyi
exclaiming, "Humph 1 he no nuffiu!n
Comfortable accommodations were provided for
the inner man within the enclosure, but though the
fare was good, and every convenience well provided,
it was but a poor speculation to the proprietors. At
the dinner hour, the enclosure was literally covered
upon every available space, with the very best cold
Southdown and well stuffed Shanghais, and tho mau
who left "an hungered" must have been a luckless
wight indeed. Occasionally a few bottles of home
brewed wine, or a huge "jimmyjohn" of delicious
cider made the co!(d)taiion smack with a relishing
gusto this was all it was purely and intentionally
temperate. And this was justly pardonable and
eicusable, for no man could have swallowed the
mud which accumulated from the dust without some'
thing better than the frog-pond stuT which had
been set apart for that purpose iu a few reeking old
liquor ensks which smellt'd so mean end tasted so
XI em : Less dust, gentlemen, next year, or a bet
ter quality in any event, more wholesome water.
" Jam Mtis et !"
The exhibition in the ring was decidedly crudit
able in every particular, and it may not be out of
place to mention with meritorious praise the name
of Mrs. Barke9 of Sumner, who now stands, by
common consent, far ahead of all competition for
her skill, perseverance, iudustry aud good taste,
having outstripped a noble and well fought compel
tilion, aud taken more premiums than any one lady
iu the State, or iu the Uuited States, perhape.
Sumner county ought to be, and is doubtless, proud
of her, and it is respectfully suggested that an ele
gant gold medal shall be offered by the State Bureau
next year for her rival productions exhibited last
year and this, and open to all competitors from all
parts of the Union ; or, let there ha an outside sub
scription premium, a maguiliceut premium, offered
for the best, largest and most elegant display of
home-made manufactures by a lady, to be the pro
duce of her own Lands during the year 1S66, and
to be exhibited next year.
Who seconds the motion T Of this, more anon.
Of the t xhibitiou of poultry iu Magnolia Hall, it
were, perhaps, best to say but little. The shawl
goat, the luouater long wool buck, the largest in the
world, aud the premium animal at Londou last year,
the water-ox, a crons between a raw hide and a bad
shaped cow skeleton, the Hrauiiu ox, the Buffalo
calf, the bal l eagle, and the long catalogue of fowls i
of every description. Thfrw, it is true, were lot-ked
at by the visitor only onre they failed to create a
furor, from the fart that Btrnum once male a
chicken rhow and took tl people in, aud Hurnk.n !
rrtf a book on lien mania, which rulW let th
A magnificent ball came off, and ilie "lilit fan
tastic tor," that ;ue old toe whkb has Lkked tip
uch a duat on variott oceioui In the past, tripped
off on Wedueeday nigLt to the lijrht air, and the
oft, ambUng strain of "Jordau'a a hard road t
irav.-l,' ao highly attitudii)isd by tliC Fcritabte
Jordan Limaell. Vour "fiicud and pitcher" waa not
there, but the fei of reason and the flow of louP
was not a whit the let for all that. There waa a
wide latitude for tuirth, aud the .entire etijojrornta
protruded hari !y into the etiJI Lours of the fray
morning, leavii-.g tLe weary knight errant totolil-
ojuiae over the bivouacked field, and after the en
Wio and cornea, Jood and Uuebwr,"
to verify the ll.in.1 for
"Hock aad soda-wai. r -
Now, the flush of a merry day has past, and you
I Lave the more menial details of who got the pre-
j nriuma and who did'nt, and leaving the ases and
: 0fdr the chance.
Til hist to day to tuatr my wine.
As if to morrow should never thine.
And it to-morrow shines why then,
I'll haste to quaff my nine again."
Judge Robert M. Anderson of New
Market, Jefferson county Teiinet-see, died on
Saturday morning last at his residence. Judge
A. had long been a prominent and valued citi-
j zen jn t,e Eastern division of the State, and
his death will be deeply lamented by all who
enjoyed his acquaintance.
Wednesoat, Oct. 2i.
Mr. Caldwell, from the Committee on Internal
Improvements, reported House bill to amend the
2d section of the General Internal Improvement
Law of 1S54, and recommended its passage; report
concurred in aud bill passad ou 2d reading.
Mr. Turuey introduced a bill to amend the charter
of the Southwestern Railroad Company; passed 1st
reading aud referred to Committee on I u tenia! Im
provements. On motion of Mr. Bowles, the vote rejecting the
bill to increase the compensation of Jurors was re
considered, aud Mr. B. was given leave to withdraw
it for amendment.
Mr. Head offered a resolution instructing the In
ternal Improvement Committee to examiue all the
acts granting State aid to railroads, aud to report a
bill making them uniform; adopted.
Mr. Whitthome introduced a bill to authorize the
sale, partition aud exchange of real estate in cer
tain cases; passed 1st reading aud referred to the
Jloute BUU on Firtt Reading. A bill to charter
the Nashville Publishing and Printing Company;
passed, and was referred to Committee ou Incorpo
rations. A bill to amend the act of 1854, authorising the
Jews of Nashville to build a house of public worship
and to hold a burying ground; passed aud referred
to Committee ou Incorporations.
Mr. Atkins introduced a bill to correct the pay
ment of taxes on land in certain cases; passed 1st
On motion of Mr. Mteks, the bi'l to incorporate
the Institute of I'urdy, MoN'airy county, was taken
up, and a debase ensued in which the constitution
ality of the (leneral Incorporation Law was discuss
ed, several Senators participating.
Without disposing of the subject, the Senate took
recess for dinner.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WiDNKsbAV, Oct. 21.
If r. Harris roce to an explanation, and call.:d at
tention totherepoit in the True Whig and li, inner
of this morning, of his remarks ou yesterday, and
complained thai his meaning had beeu totally per
verted, nd called upon the Speaker and members
of the House lor their understanding as to what he
did say, and read the following from the report re
lerred to :
"Mr. Harris hoped the Pemocrary would not
make any more 'tactions motions ' to adjourn, and
declared that the lec.ures from gentlemen on the
other side of the Uouse had filien, like the tires
of Heaven, amoiif a set o! rebels.'"
The Speaker said he did not hear the remarks of
Mr. Harris distinctly, but undei.-lood him to refer
to the inaugural of the Governor, where he is re
ported as saying, "the lectures from gentlemen
on the other side of the House;" but did not un
derstand the termination of his remarks correctly.
The Speaker regarded the language of Mr. Harris
as too strong, and tit Lice he had called him to
Mr. Harris then introduced the following resolu
" Resolved, That any Reporter who will for polit
ical or party purposes, pervert aud grossly misrep
resent a member upon this floor, is unworthy a seat
within the bar of the Capitol, aud shall be expelled
from the House of Representatives." '
Mr. Newman moved to suspend the rule requir
ing resolutions to lie over one day.
Mr. Uatton thought the resolution ouht not to
be adopted without something being said in defence i
of the Reporters. He did not believe one of the j
Reporters for the House would intentionally mis- :
represent any member. The Reporters could not i
distinctly hear Mr. Harris, because he spoke in a
low ton.', and the noise in the Hall would easily ,
prevent the Reporters from hearing him distinctly.
He himself, although he sat much nearer Mr. liar-
ris than the Reporters, could not now say what the
irentleman did say. Mr. Hatton complimented the
Reporters for their improvement of speeches of the !
members, and he thought the remark of Mr. Harris I
bad been improved, as, in its present shape, it was
regarded simply as a piece of pleasantly on his
Mr. Brien would willingly vote for the principle
embraced in the resolution, but if it was intended to
cast censure upon the Reporters, he would vote
against it, because he was satisGed that Reporters
were liable to misapprehend the remarks of mem
bers. He had himself been misapprehended by a
Reporter, who reported him as introducing a bill to
attach a portion ot Robertson county to Dekalb, and
upon complaining of the "perversion," the Reporter
informed him that the member from Jackson, (Mr.
Gaibreath.) had so slated iu a speech he had written
out, and from him he had derived his information.
Mr. Wilson, of Marshall, thought the resolution i
cast no censure upon the Repoitersof yesterday, and '
concurred in the views expressed by Mr. Uatton. I
Mr. Harris said he did not criminate any one. Ho I
considered the report as representing him unfairly; j
his remai ks as reported were susceptible of a wrong '
construction, and lie had desired that the resolution !
should lie over, to see whether the Reporter would j
set Lim right the Speaker had understood what he i
Mr. SuoJgrass offered the following resolution as i
"Renlved, further. That no such thinM have
taken place in this Hall, and does not apply to any
gentlemen who nave occupied seals as Reporters iu
Mr. Gaibreath moved to lay the amendment upen
the table, and
Mr. Newman withdrew his motion to suspend the
rule, and the resolution lies upon the table a rod
over the head of the Reporter. . ,
A special message was received from the Gover
nor, by the bauds of Mr. Dunnington, nominating
the following gentlemen aa Directors for the Bank
o! Tennessee for the ensuing two years: Cave
Johnson, of Montgomery; M. Bums, M. Vannoy,
V. R. Bains, V. W. McGavoek, Hueh Douglas and
Jan. Nichol, of Davidson; John McGavoek, of Wil
l.atnson; J. W. Ciiildress, of R ithcrforJ; J. K. How
ard.ol Wilson; L. H. Cardwell, of Smith; J. R. A.
Tompkiua, of Sumner; D. D. CUiborne, of Macon;
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ioiiii n. uuicuison, ot KoberUoa. i
Mr. Meek moved t lay the message ou the table,
anu me muooii iirevaueu
Mr. Brown, of Davidson, (Mr. Wood of Harde-
nun, iu the Chair): A bill to incorporate the Nash-'
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ville anJ M. mphia U. M. Packet Line: naseed first
rca liun ano! re. erred to Couimittoe on Corporation. )
Also: A tiil! t amei.d the charter of theLouw-J
viile aud Nashville Kailruad Cotupanv; naanvd first l
readinij aud r.lened to luttrimj Improvement
Mr. Crown, of Davidson, moved lo take up the
resolution ptevioasly iiitn.Kjucl by him, limtmct
ing our cH-iiator and retiueaiiug our Keprearnta
lives in Congres to endeavor to secure the passage
of an act esiabliahii'g a National Agricultural Usi
reau. I he motion pro vailed, and rwisoluiiou
Mr. StiodraM; A bill for the mutual protoctUMt
of ijebtur and creditor-provide' that U lore per
aoual property, including alavea, ahall te sold under
rioeution, it ahall be appraised, and the bidding
lhall commence at two thud the cash value there
ol; pa4 first reading and referred to Judiciary
Mr. Kudd: A bill to authorise Sarah A. Prock lo
Ojeru a turnpike rtiad; pired first reading.
ii r. liuiiiiiiitou: A bill regulating tlie iaaue of
writ of Ji. ft ; passed Unit rcadiu,; and referred to
Judicial y Coiuiniitee.
yisMsw Hill oh Srcond Retultny. To altt r th j Hue
between MrUinuaud Monro passed.
(iiving Pros' v Carden furti.er time to corcD'etd
t l i turnpike roa ! in Carter county petl.
To amend the revenue laws referred to Judicia
To amend the charter of the Mississippi, Central
and Tennessee Railroad Company passed.
To repeal the act regulating county subscriptions
for railroad Btock indefinitely postponed, on mo
tion of Mr. Bullen, ayes 85, noes 30.
The House then adjourned to 3 o'clock, P. M.
CoBRKCTiON. It appears we misapprehended
i the remarks of Mr. Harris yesterday, and we do not
know that we understand him now. If we do, he
wishes our report corrected to read thus :
"Mr. Harris hoped the democracy wo'dd not
make any more factious motions' to adjourn, and
he declared that the Governor's Iuaugural had fallen
like fire from Heaven. among a set of rebels who had
fled from their first love."
It was purely a misapprehension ou our part, and
had Mr. Harris called our attention to the fact, we
would cheerfully have corrected it, and saved him
the sort of notoriety that attaches to his movement
That Panther Hunt.
The denizens of this county in the neighborhood
of vV'ilkinsous, Eirthman & Co's Mills recently en
joyed some rare sport for this county, in an old fash
ioned panther chase and combat. The chase and
the denoument were warm and animating, and the
various points and episodes afford abundant matter
for exciting and interesting confab and will doubt
less continue to do so for years to come ; and many
a time aud oft, around the blazing hearth stone,
will this novel and exciting battle be fought o'er
and o'er agaiu.
There is nothing so terrible in a panther hunt ia
the wilds of the West where such things are com
mon ; but the principle interest attached to this
event consists iu its novelty, and the unexpected
manner in which it came upon the tapis. A party
of gentlemen had started out on a fox bunt, with
their dogs and horn, and without arms, seeking
only the excitement of the chase, and not
desiring to bag their game. They were old hands
at this pastime, and weut about it with perfect
nonchalance. Among their number was Mr. M. H.
Wilkinson and four of the Mr. Smileys. When
about one mile below the Mills and near Card's
Spring, the dogs set up an unusual clamor at the foot
of a tall tree, looking up to its almost leafless
branches with mixed aspects of anxiety and fear.
The hunters hastened to the spot supposing they had
treed that same old coon. But they were soon un
deceived. The first one on the spot, espying the
long tail of the monster, exclaimed. "By Jiminy,
its a Lion." Another thought it was a wolf, and
another a bear. Whatever it was they resolved to
spill its blood. One of the party started immedi
ately for a guu. At the first place ho called, the
owner of the gun declared he was hoaxing, and
refused either to go or send his guu upon any such
a wild goose chase. The gun must be had, how
ever, and our friend pursued his purpose until he
succeeded, and he retunred to the spot where the
animal was, prepared for thu contest The panther
at this juncture begau to feel uneasy in his skin, aud
jumping from his retreat, took to his heels. Now
the sport beg in. Hounds and horsemen followed the
fleeing monster, p-11 mell, over swamps and break,
through wood and over meadow, for full five min
utes, one of the most exciting and interesting runs
in the experience of the oldest hunters preseut.
On they sped, rapidly gaining upon the fugitive,
whose weight evidently retardel his progress.
Finding himself in a close place he again recreated
to a tree, and np its huge trunk he. flew like a
frightened wild cat, and turning his glaring eyes
upon his pursuers, seemed to throw defiance iu
their faces. Bang went the rifle aud down came Mr.
panther again, slightly wounded, and another chase
ensued, s: ill more exciting than the first, and more
protracted. But the fugitive, exhausted with run
nU'g, again betook himself to a tree, where before
he got fairly eusconsud, he was shot in the body,
and came down to terra firma with a broken thigh.
Now came a long, fierce and bloody co test with
the dogs, which lasted full an hour, and was one of
the most interesting combats ever witnessed. One
by one the dogs were turned off yelping, but en
couraged by their bolder companions, returned
aain to the fight. One noble fellow was killed,
and several others badly wounded. By this time
the noise of the chase and the cries of the excited
combatants had spread through the neighborhood,
and attracted a crowd of spectators, and among
them Jackman and Reeder, veteran hunters, and
others, with large re-inforcemeutsof dogs and guns.
Tho "allies," encouraged thus, renewed the attack
with vigor, determined that "Sebastopol" should
fall. At one time the allies had the enemy down,
with a huge rail upon his neck, upon which some
half a dozen men were standing to hold him down.
But making a last, desperute effort, though he had
beeu stabbed three or four times iu the side, he
freed himself from his adversaries with a bound and
a snort that echoed through the woods for a mile.
Then there was a scampering among the rail-holders
and the crowd generally, that was amusing, no one
seeming desirous of bringing matters to too close a
climax. But the enemy finally yielded, after a hand
to hand fight of an hour and a half, and gave up tho
ghost. His dimensions were accurately taken, and
he was found to measure seven aud a half feet in
length, and to weigh over one huudred aud fifty
We understand that the county pays a premium
of (20 for the scalp of a pamhur taken within its
MARRIED At Christ's Church ou the 23d iust.,
by the Rev Chas. Tomes, Dr. Rout. J. Fa hqih ar
son to Hiss Maiiy Lyoia, daughter of Thomas
Smith, E-q , all of this city.
TOC HAI.E- SO shares Union Bank flock. Enquire
J at tlii office. oct2& M
HEW ARSIVALS Of LADIES' fi.ve shoes.
LADIKs' Kid R R Bvoxm and B-ot and Bnskins;
" Front and Side Laced high Gaiters;
" Fine Kid 11 Uh Laced busklr s,
" " " Th ck Bded Bukin;
" 44 " StiU hed Walkii g Shoe,
" Cloth Thick Koled huskins,
MiescS h lfc'b tt. it. Oa.ters: Just opened by
Oct25 43 College ilrert.
- ' BOOTS!
GESTM' auperrtne Calf Btltrhed Waterproof Boots;
Duobie 8 deal Boos, 8cwed and Pegged, of every
deacriplioa. Just opened by JUMN KaMAOH,
octW 42 College street, i
KEEP THE FEET DBY. I
0VER90ES and Cork hole; j
Ladies Uum Boskius and t-andsls;
laued Bit kins; i
Trav.-ling Overshoes; . .
Gentlemen's Gum and Thick Overshoes;
Boys' and M:see' Overshoes; '
ta k Soles ior Ladict and Oientlemen. Mi .set and
Bo vs. Just received by JOHN RAMAOhl ,
oct23 41 College St. j
I4MU It liiT For the ensuing yesr, a oomforfable )
Dwelling House, ou th-rrj street, next door s-aith of
1 .ne..l II..1 . ...... .1. .1 .. - . 1
. uvuMtMiua . ' Jt rows, wi.a u uiua wi,
kiuUica and eoUar iu lha aaswoacnt
R. A. "ALLOWE. '
ocM Gen'l Ag't, No. IT ifaaslenrk s.
AUCTION SALE OF 00X3.
FNP t. Pllitl.DS. Will 1.1. this t-IHtnn nt rmrh siks.
ending veiling thw week, a n stock of Books, tla-
wuo an invoice or Jewelry.
BkXJ. p. SHIELDS.
TIUUD .LIBCE I1IP0UTATI0.,
roil THE FALL AND WISTES OF 1355.
RC. UcNAIRT A CO. win open this dav a v. ry large
sloes of m-h and dsirakle fancy g std. TM st ck
ha wen ktmrrfci m Yor wtthla lit tlB dy, prin
cipally for erh, whlt-A will enable n to sell u aath and
prompt borers at very reduced prices. The publifl ar r
spwcuully Invited to eall and lamin tbair
Rifh Flounced atooe, lof Evtaieg Dve;
"" Ij aud Otauor do; ,
' Vwa d Laiu, entirely new;
" CawAowro; " .
, . " Csialnr Ro ia Caaiokr, entirely nw;
" kiaU Caiion " - - -
With mnj ulimt rua aud desirable (ooda. Call AJia aaa
Tw all . ,
V saall be opening new gmls every lght this week,
winch w wlli ssiohit w.t t pleasure on the surewediug aiaru
tng. foctil; R. t M-.MAIxT A CO.
Fourth niphtof the en(rfrement of the Dfatingukbfd
American Tragedian and Comedian Mr. James E. ilurdock,
who Will appear bv particular request In Uii finished person
ation of IXACDK MELNOTTfc.
Mias Charlotte w yette as Pauline.
Thursday tvenioR, Oct. 25. will be acted Bulwer's play tf
I.ADY or LYONS. Cluule Melnotte, Mr. Sames E. Mur
dock; Pauline, Mii-s C. Wyette.
To conclude wxth the fa'Ce ot MY FELLOW CLERK.
" To-morrow Evening Mr. J. E. Murdock will arpear in
In r.hearsal "Wine Works Wonders," "Robbers and Dra
IN consequence of the inclrmf ney of the weather, the
BALI. (Jvertied to take place ti nitbt, will he poxtpon
ed until tur her notice. WM. PTOt'KELL,
octvO It President No. 2.
rnvvrvri ttn lira
MANX'S Celebrated Unpyin BoJks, made of Parchment
Paper all sizes. For tale by
I .. - r noiBtra w SMITH
""AIILY IIIWLIiS Twelve different kinds at low
f prices, for sale by CHARLES W. SM1TU.
l,i:.Tir:X'rAH SPELLEBS-IW) down at
wholesale or retail, rot sale py
MKJIBltAAl)l Jl ISOOK.
A large assortment
IV 1 by the dozen, or single
for sale by
CUARLES W. SMITH.
! nruiiol, liiMtivS All the Test Books used in Col
I O leires. Academies and common
Si hools at reduced
prices. Fur sale ty
CHARLES W. SMI I'll.
11lll FA V lilt With Ornamental Tit'.e, tor
Medical tti:d.-ii!s. Fur sale by
oct'JO CHARLES W. SMITH.
FOR THE l,000,C0O.
THE I . S. I'ATtT MAUBLE CO.
Ko. 393 Broadway, Cor. "Walker it , ew York.
AKK prepared to execute all orders for MiXTLKd, Tislb
T PS, COLCXNS, PeDKi-TALS, I'lLASTBRS, (-LABS, C, in
imitation tf Meuna, Brocalel, Pyrenees, Neapolitan, and
j all fancy Marbles; equal tu Mrenif h, Seauty and atirain'ity,
to real marldr, and in some rejects superior thereto, and
i at le tljan half the com t. I" nli ke murtdeiz d iron, wood,
! or -late, it i who ly fre - from ad ol j-ctiouf which are nifred
1 against mere an. lice work, where pa nt, copal varnish, c,
f. r.u the temporary polish and beauty ef the article. Man
i teli from $i ui d Orders from Builders, Cabinet Milker
and other S' l'C'ed, and satisliction iruaranlieu.
Ageul fjr the principal cities rt aled with,
PkTr.K LEXXIE, Pres't.
LOVEL (. M1CKLES, V. Pr-s't.
Josfph Lamb, Sec'y. oel!J" -ly
('0!t I.K That valu tb!- trsct of land and T -
deiittlulul residence 'tdj iiiiinir Tyree Spring',
and known a the Ki'UH tT PLACE, is tiered lor jLlJJJl
sale on accommodating Urn. 5. Apply to ti i
U. N. WILLIAMS.
64 Cherry st.
F. II. EAEGES, Dentist,
HAS returned to the city, from a short visit to Baltimore.
Residen !e and operation room on Cedar street, next
door to the Catholic Churth. oct!i4 lw
It. V. KI1AFFF.K,
No 6 College it , Near Church, Nashville, tens.,
DK v LKR in all kinds of C it.inet Vn. ni. ,ILUWi
tore, and U receiving additional; i V; V-cN
supply-; aud having fitted myself out fe-Vl'l 3
with a line he-irse nl peritle hor.-rs, iraJ
prepared to furui-li every kind and quality of coffins on the
shortest notice, by y or r.iirtit.
Clock--, Larnpi and Oiron iais for sale. Mattrasses cf all
kin 's on hand, or made to order
Furniture Repaired wi'h ntvitnss and JHpsteh.
New and various styles of Wardr .hes all cheap fur cash
or ifood paper, at No. ti Collee-e strict near Church.
Py l. W.
Ta Hailroad Tontractors.
LEALV' Proposals aill he received at the ofB-e of the
' ' E-'i fi lit :od K-n ueky Kailrort t'ompiny in Na-liville,
Tenn , until atuitlay, December 15th, 1S5S, Tor the con
struction of tlirt oa.l Inm Nashville to the K-ntncky Liu-,
where it meets the II -miersou and ushville Railroad to
iiendersim i n the t'lii i ll.ver. The V. 4 K R. K. is about
forty-eitf'it mile- I 'tnt, ihrnuirti a country well i.dapted for
Haiiroxll c iiistrtv-tion. d the work i t be divided into
sec ions i f HO- ttt one mile each, whr h may be bid tor spa
rJitely, or the whole rtmd included in one propovtiop. Pro
positis may al-o he made to huild the t'drtv mil-s "lily n-xt
to Nashviile, eitln r ny the kinptle tecijon or in ooe ontuc.
There re on the n-id on- tunnel half a mile lott, h-avy
rock wark at various points, and two Urire Bnd' s Ma,
Prod e and P'xns w 1 b- ready f r examination ov Dee. 1st,
and kov information may be ol taln-d iy ad lresin 'he un
dersiirnd bAM'L WATSN, Pr-wdenu
octJ -lrt-Kcl3 A. ANDhiltSUN, tliiel Engineer.
TO TH0SS WISHING A DE5I3ABLE LITTLE
i in ivntv iiotii:,
U illiiu 4 Mile of JVttih V ille.
IPKOi'i'SE to sell op favorable trms, or exchange
lor city proiieriy, one of ilie uvsl pleasant tnuu
try sites any where near Nashville It contains 5n SV-JL
acres, h m within fi 0 yards of the Oa'latin pike; has a
beanliiul xrove ruuninj throu.h it i.f aiamt 12 acres: richly
et with blue grant, . ud in the midst of which is a ha dsoioe
framsd house f ten roon s. 'I he land is admirably adapted
to g inletiing and agricultural purpows, and o abund mtly
supplied wilh grass as to require hut little or no feed for cat
tle winter or summer. Throutrhap rUon of the land i an
evr supplying stream of good water. Thi-re are thre sta-ble-1
or stalls lor homes, crib ani buggy house.
Th- place is reached by means of a pr.v .te pike. L aving
the Uallatin r ad at Napier's. An arrange" ent is nlso ef
fected io open up a road on the rear o' the land, over whi-h
a good pike is to be constructed and th--reh s front on both
sides of the house snd a half mile nearer town.
Kefr tj Or. Wmstos, Mr. A Nnwia.
octlM d4t JAS. B RUTLAND.
'TMIE !arg.t Piano Forte, M. lodeon and Music ?t-re in
1 the I.' nil en tf'ates, wili he opened I ic'oler l"th, in
the M S'MC HI ILIIN1, Idiesinnt Street, aVve Sevrn'b,
I'l.ilHtl. Iphiil, l.y.lOHN MR-li, the sole A ;ent far
Koardiuan, tuay 4 Co's celebrated Dolce Can-puna At
tachment I'iann Fortes.' and C. W. k Co.'s Premium
Mel-ih-on t. Also. Piano Fortes and Mtlmleonsof other dis
tinguished makers. J M. h is otita'tied a lease for several
ye is in ti e new, mnKtiir.cent and we I known M nniuc
l.utidin?, where he intend-i keepitnr the largest stock and
assortment of HI mo Fortes, Mrlodeons, Mu-ie and Vlu.ieal
Instruments of every Uvaseription, all i f winch are car-lully
select ' by himself, and warranted to give p-rfret saiislac
tion in every instance. octl I trwlm
PKEJCIUil DAGUERREOTYPE AND PS0T0
GEAPHIC GALL EE. Y,
NO. 18 UNION STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN.
rpiIK first Diploma was awarded to Hughs Brother by th
I Mechanic' Institute at the lMt4 extuMUon for the h-C
Daguerie..tj pes and Ptiotogi aplts, which prove cunclusive
lv the siierii.r ty of our pictures over a I compel iturs, al
though 'In-y were not gotten up fo the occasion but such as
they sell to their t ut..iners rtal.y. Citisens and stranger
are polite'y invited to call and see the largest and best col
lection of spechneus in the 8 nth. oct So
Tranpjrtalioii to the Fat.
MMITRF arr- nowFOITH RAILROAD ROUTK8 from Cin.
X. cinnaii to New York an I other kiasUrn e'ties. compet
ing for the Produce of the West, at LOW RATH. J OF
Projierty goes forward PR0MPTLT, and wittiout dl:a
ttor. The undersigned solicits shipmervuta to his cote a a
Fnrw.tr er, and nut Wi. g bound to any line, we will act
impartially In selecting for consignments to hi n, the route
which, for the time b-ing, offers the m--t inducement.
BUYS AND SELLS OX COMMISSION,
AXD ATTESDS PUOMPTLY TO AIL CALLS
in inn 1. 1. -mi: of iiimi:.
it o ii r it x o o it i: .
General Commission Merchant,
1 iiicinnat I, O.
amki: u ni: ruu .'.m i:h.
MV Wile, l aving btbticed under on ou her Lrrast for
some ti'i.e. and having tried d Cer. nt treaUu. nt, 1
ocnelud-d tu nnderiake it H.yself, sod in 1m tbaii three
months I etf.-eted i co nplete cure; a.tnnugli I.e had ln
given up by her friends as being fctyund the reach of a!.y
cure she has lor the la-t ver enjoyed brttet health thun
he had for many yes's previous, and has since given birth
to a fine child, which she nur-s herrlf. I hv also
treated several other cases, and bar met with the sirts
My treatment is not 'lie o-lng nf the Knl, or Caui-tic, or
Mi rcury, Lot it perviy Veg.-tahle. I !.. profras t" cure
other d.sesj.s. s B as Femab Diseasas and I'rccrs, Nnd
Uia, Piles, and all di"caes origina.'Uig in like n. miner All
I ak nl pcrM.ns sid cled wiiit nv of in above r-anwd
diseanea, is to (tee mo a tnal. Whsrr there U r. curr
thre shad fee no charge, r'u'ther Inlormsuori can be d
ained by cabling on mo, -ir by Icll er, al V l -'7 North tlar
kel street. J0NATUAN TUuil B.
(III.MHV IHIIC II AT
RE remin.le I thai I bsve the W e-roo-s w-!l
a. sAArke-l wit kVhV Tllv HtW AID OK ' "
hi MA I. IK in sny kite fer U tail TratSsi, cd would sw
PUmhI lo &.1 their urder.
a. j. FrtAn-ro.
octl I ha. Xi Puiue 4ar,
EF.AD AND BE WISE. "f
Bl ft known to th ot teas t.f ahvnir, nd h rVanca
of the Hum. a Fscilly, ht I, J. FL.V F R, No. 41 l
ha street, aav jist feo. tvssi Cue ssraeai r -farlta,
known to tUcuw vs ths "Concave CYiivei"
t.uw itier known in th romtsuaUy a tUAlLlA.S
PKUilLr M fenta irasirlsq rn, Wftvk 1 aa auting to
stai at ras, uhw prvars, as lsr 1
C 14 Fraane, (:! temple ...... ...... ...4 ' '
. " " ' Iringt ' 1"
Cote Flae fuvor trmmr,Hl Terop. .. "O
- - M.pi - a
A la Mteafjrvf Fpactackss I r(e to know all abuttt it.
bavins; paid partsrut atteotiuo to that krsnch vt tl-s bit
liuw rVw lis isatt iwsaty yvara. J fLH kti.s,
etl tf Ka. 41 Toioa st, Nsv lie.
SEW ENGI,iIl BOOKS.
W. T. BERRY CO., have just receivd
TUK OLD PRINTER AND THE MODERN PRESS. By
Charh-s Knigl L
ONCE ITON A TIME. Fy Knight.
JOHNSON'S TYPOGRAPHY. vols, -
THE LAN J WE LIVK IN. A Literary and Pictorial
Sketch Book of the British Empire. By Charles Knight.
II A LP UOCR8 WITH THE BEiT AUTHORS. By
Charles Knight. S vols.
LEARNING AND WORKING. Six Lecture concerning
this Time and the Times of Old. By Frederick Denisun
Maurice, M. A-, Chaplain of Lincoln's Icn.
CHEMI5TKY CF C02IK0X LIFE-COUPLETS.
w. t. hi:rky a- co.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FIFUI EDITION,
In 3 vols., 12mo., rlotr, of
THE CHEMISTRY F COMMON LIFK. By James ?.
W. Johnson, M. A., P. R. S., Ac., An: hir of "Lectures on
Ag-icalturil Chemistry and Geology," etc, etc. Illustrated
with 113 wood engravings.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
The Air we Breathe,
Th Wster we Drink,
The Foil we Cultivate,
The Plant we rear,
The Bread we Eat,
The heef we Cook,
The Beverages we infu-e,
The Sweet we Extract,
The Liquors we Ferment,
The Poisons we Select,
1 he Odours we Fniry,
The Smells we Dislike,
What e Breathe, and Breathe
What, How, and Why we Di-
The Body we Cherish,
The Cir.-ulat:on of Matter,
The Xaicoiics we Indulge in, A Recapitulation,
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
From the Newark Dally Advertiser.
We know of no other work which, wiihin o small a f re
pass, so well and so satisfactorily present the chemical and
physiological wonders which surround ns; and that too. In
a manner so free from technicalities, th t the veriest tyro
in the science cannot be otherwise than interested and in
structed. From the Ctica Gara-tte.
Much rcientiflc information is here presented in a con
densed and interesting form, making a volume of high prac
From the Rochester Union.
This work is ne of the most valuable that can be given
to the American public. It should he in every family, aud
in every s.h 1 mi public library iu the land.
From the Albany Atlas.
These two volurats, which contain an immene amount
of instruu.ive matter, are as interesting as a story bo-.k.
From the Trov Daily Vihi.-.
It is adai'td to the comprehension of the unlearned in
technical chemistry, as well -s to the learn-d. and the co
pies treat- d are so us-l-l, that it is saying no more than
justice requires, to assert that it ought ko be i: every borne
in the country
From the Pt. Lou's Intelligencer.
Tl'.is is a work for the youth as wtdl as the grown man for
the scholar as well as the me-'h.n'e and we can cordially
recommend it as not only in a hisrh deg ee valnab e for its
solid instruction, I at also as a protita'de source of enter
tainment From the Louisville Courier.
There Is nr.t one essay in these volumes 'hat can fail to
rivet the attention of anv one f ind of reading. It is a de
lightful isnk f ,r a farail circk. eetll
V A I. I A II I. i: it O (IKS,
W T BEEEY k CO , he just received
1. Condt's History of the Arabs in Spain.
2. Guizot's History of Civilis ition. 8v.
8. Falener's CU-sieal Antiquities.
4. Longinus un the Sub'in e. I vol.
5. Dante's Divine Comedy : the In'crno. A pure trans!
tion by Ciirtyle.
6. Tas-so's Jerusalem Delivered.
T. The Legislative Guide.
S. Irving's Life of Washington.
9. Benton's Thirty Years in the f'-nate.
10. Webster's Complete Works. 6v.
11. Caih. uu'4 W( rks. 4 t ..
12. Napier's Battl-s of the Peninsular.
13. Napoleon in Exile by I'Mrai a.
14. Lasca-e' Jli-nn irs of Nap deon.
If. Abbo't's 1 i'e i f Napoleon.
16 "tuck 'ami's I ives of the Queens of Erglan 1. 8 vol.
17. Live, of the Princesses ol England,
Tr s i: v. v i i.
ET THE AUTHOR OF "FA3HI0S AKD FAMINE."
' UK OLD jToMKSIKAl),
BY MRS. ANN H STKPIIFNS, j
.tfi' or of "t ffii n .'i' fn mine."
In one large 12uio. volume. Fries tl 25.
N y W ItnOK hi tie Author of "Fashion and Famlie,"
wlii -h a'tainnl, in three m-n s. a sale of rosTT rnoe-
bASO t.oeth, and which was re-pui'li-bed in la.ip ic, tt. i'e-t-r.b
.rli Vie: tu. a d in three ed ti. n in London, is a
waiter well calc al it d to excite more than i rdin.ir inter, st.
TheOto iinVf sTKAD hi e no' so trag c arid intense In its
character as Fa-'i on and amine, is. if any thing, of pro
founder interest, and apnea's witii greater force to thesym
pathieof the reader. I he story ftpri.s n the city ol N. York,
where there are many scenes of pathos, sutT i ins, and tragic
power; but, as the book progress s the clou Is di-perse we
are introduced to tl e Old Iiott e'ead among the Catski Is of
the Hu son, when we are presented wi'h some of the moat
delightful aud raphic re .1 pictures evergl'enln an American
boo. Mi, trphens display-, in many places in this bo a,
a humor that rivals that of Dickens, and a ilr.,mt.o force,
gra-pof thought, power of exp esaion, and vl-idnes of de
scr: tion, if wlii. b she is pecul arlv the master superior,
we th.uk to auy of her cot mpnrnrie I
The Father's Return. Pleasant Conversation.
The M..vor and th-Policemar i Valley in the Mountain.
The i'olictuiiin's liu-st New P.ople and New Homes.
The Midnight 'onsultation. T ie Old U' nirstad.
The Mayor and the Alderman. Aunt Hannah and Uncle N
1 he Plot. ' than.
The irth-Day Festival. Morning at the Old Home
Chester's Trial. ' stead.
Poverty, Sick ess and Death.. Homeit k Longings.
Waking and Watt-Ling. I he Evening Viit.
Chester's llou-e In the Moru Autumn in trie Mountains.
The Msyor and his 8on.
Jane Chester and the Stron
ger. Peilevoe and a New Inntnte.
The Fever Ward and it Pa
tients. Jane Chester and her Little
The Student Physician and
the Child Nurse.
The Midnight bevel Mary
and her Mother.
A Spring .Murun g au.l a Pau
The Daughter's Fai'h Wins
ilie Fatn. r's Prophecy.
The Two Ol I Men
The Walk an I the WilL !
Our f .Her Anna
Sunset in an Italian Cathedral
The Two Infant.
Dark Storm, aud Dark Mem
ories A pi ie Gathering.
Ilie I'arnl.atns 1 etura from
The Husking Frolic.
1 he House'. obi Sacrifice.
The Strange Musician.
A Dance alter I'u-kirg.
The Mother, the Son aud tho
0 .1 Me oories and Young
The Moth- r Fraud.
Sai ns Howies' Mi-sion.
The llouhle Confession.
The Festival of Hoses.
I'he Double Until day.
Wil l Woods and Mountain Kspodieuta aud kjtpUuaUon
From the S. T. Dsy Book.
We have no he.iuiti n in prononm Ing this hHk superior
In pathetic lot -rest, descriptive power, and earnest whole
sou. ed vigor, to any story recently published.
From the B- tnn Psi'.
As a literary work it is la. suoenor to fashion tvad Fam
ine. Many p. rl.oiis are iiiicneiy lutcrrsting.
From the Ronton Odve Ursorh.
Many of the M-a-urs are laid lu lUo hu iib'e walks of life,
and ad tlx author's fine dereripuve power are br. Might lo
bear Ukjo thetn. The o.mtoruesa room, where the girl
watcher waits lor her dying father where they meet at last
in hi death hour, aud part forever, the simple but cheerful
home of Chester, the long tnghl agony at bellevue, th sol
emn burial, with o ly thie. two lonely children for mourn
er.; and the etq iis te plctnresof life at th Old Homestead
all show the tenar rness of the wumaxt combined vritn. tho
skill of the artist.
From th- ?. T. Kpres.
The moral ef this work t is vlgcrat.ug, and no person can
rise fiotn its perusal without being made, ia the end, a bet
tor man or woman.
BCNCX A BROTHER, Publisher,
ci43 dot l.'o Nussau Street N. Y. i
vii w.nrs a iioni:
VlHF m!.wi!r offer for sale on liberal tersus,
i. ItiLK OOMFiiRfAULS KrWDKNCU, situa
ted as follow, via:
t'nson Colwgea Dear the Market House, fronting
4S S et uu College street.
On near the .lh Na.hville Manufacturing Fjtahuah
gunt, froa tinir li". feel en Ca. rry street.
On ussr Ui Trinity Church, fronting t) fvok U.gb
Ami the other flear the rexi.letire of W. N. Biiba, tt.,
and fronuog lux fWion iverton erwt.
Any one wirlnuc Iu swearar a neat and pleamnt hsw,
ooavauient lo business, and on tr rl imw, would eowell to
make limned a'e sppl.caiion. a lite propri ty sauM, and wdl
be soM. App.y very oon, to- R M Hitta, ,
octltf-diw At Public Cisaro. .
IlAlAItU TA I.OIl'-'s XKW WOUtt.
Inilint I slni aud Jpu.
Tt'OV, SKL-HJS A CO, 41 lYlm street, have Just re
ceived many new and Inuresiirg book.
A visit ts India, Calna nl Jipaa,
la trie yea 1-wL By Bayard Tj ur.
' . or g tho muHitude of b-iokspretsing Vrwar! fjr poh
lie favor, rne will rets a more la-ting hoi t on the fcearl's
kffec ioti thst this. We c-iruTiend it to the altcnttoo of
rder." -"i""4'" Jml.
nrpit i.ni;t itivi: w onr.x.
T(H), M:i.uM I CO.ltCnwsSjwte.
Have received the kul-iwutsj Sw Work.
From eve, the W'devl Ue first, Im Mrv, the Mother
. of th a-uaJ Adan. ty ii. C. lWJiin.D. D.
Cora and U Doctor ;
Or, Revelations pf a Pfcyjlclaa's Wilt. ,
Aa AaWaTsphy of Utrfbond. By Mr. Mtaar.
T 1 7 A VT tO fswral rim Ctas Dr.Ma.krrt.
I I erai bal aewera. Arp iatsadisir.y to
MsvA. rl-Ml III' Mt-t,
tiU li Uuosst Haik lt.g.
octl 7 it Corner pusaiuer aifl Chare h ata
.H a) Want'4 several appfcl-es, to wh -m Um vuaiDOsa
wil I t'.oroash'y lu;t.
YOI JIIJ AMI Illi'A !
AgenU Wanted ia every county in this a nd adjoining States,
j To sell the above new and improved
COn ASD COUH .HILL.
TO ail snch a rare ehtnre to make money will be offered
Fa.-lu.-ive State and County privileges wi I be di,poa
of on unusually tur terms, by appdciitiou to the proprietor
I lltJIEltS ASU STOCK KAKM KS
I offer you a Corn and Cob Mill unsurpassed in the Un
ion, and which cannot he superceded ty past o. future ui.
ventions. It is the very Mm which every Farmer an gUnr
Rai-r stVuid hav-; it wid crinh from S to lo bu.hei Cora
and Cob per hour, with one hore; i. easily Ct:ea ui and
managed, weighs .() lo . an I as ail contact ol tiw r mdine
ar'aers is prevented, will last any f irmer an ordinary jfe
time I speak thus of its dorabuity, because
princiide has been faarly tested in the old Bara ildL th.
A 71 1 1. 1. 0 Tit ML
for one mon :h, and if it don't give comnlete satisfaction fc
return it If there be ny man bus oisposed, let um B w
k -"7"" " every case, or the moo.
. 1 he Crush.- r can Oe attached to horse
rer, which renders it th suost Convenient
3's and Dim n's li.-.e. All other ..ia-llrr
t j w.u w it... .mt i.
water or steam power
i . i t. i
",u'" nsiu iiu w:.. n lint. Ail other ilU-liers
cow in the fk u h require too much power, or wul soon a.-
out. According to
Till: I.AUSOF X.ITI'KE,
a Corn and Cob Mil! which admits of a lateral or wahbiin
motion wiil, sec ri;.v, hmd wear out; ail other -"rusher
are amenable to this grm d o.ijcctien, aLd the Proprietors
p.vrk i.ot disnute it. In the e .ntru -tion of -t oc.ia Amab
R.'a," I have cai power, ami 1 Dtrt contradictm I have
les-cned frx-tion, and I ( iiai. La ,s o.nk woan to ihec ntrarv
I have pr v-rted a naMd.rg lateral L otion, and ail are'
comi led to ackTiowiet'.-e it, therefore, I a-sert t!,ai it i. iar
sui-ermr to any . ther M,:i. I am now u.; this Tennes
see mventuu at the small sum of enne-
ni i v jjdi.i. tits
ldi.n7 T w"ntin 'rJ thir.,.,re esrrestly req ,,t
d to exan.lne the true merit, .nd pi-nripie of thi Md!
and order m m the Proprietor- or w -nts '
A bberal discount made t ,),,Vr, ' y
J. P. DitoMtiUfLB, Site Proprietor.
A f; v. r s .
El'is. Moore A CO., S4 Msrket strr v . .
facturers and General Aaens- ' Mann-
CoBeanmont, Fall A to., CUrksville, AgenU for Montgomery
Ab. Watkius Pulaski, Atrent f. rGile. Cnnn-
Wm. B. Huntalen., Atent l.r Franklin Ct'owtv Teon
and Jack-on 'ountv, Aia u"'y. Tenn.,
Corr VCe C-"tal"la ?Pr"-!fS Ayent for Pamn
J. W Hatcher, Columbia, Arnt for Vtia r r ,,.
W M. fell, P. M , Home, Ae,a for Smi-t. u, ,a""v
J. R. A kin, hai ieston, nt tor Bradley t reii.tv
W. R. huuley a Bros., Loudon, Agenu for K ist r'enne.
Ce- oct l-!4i,
' scot"s i.itti r. :i r
COR IV AA1) COIJI5 311 LL
'I MIERK are features connectetl w th this mill worthv of
1 consideration and cl,r examination on the part or
those wihtnif to purchase a Fred Mill.
lis mechanical c strurlion at.d adaptation to the pur
poses deiitied. io ciu-!-and grind ear corn. It great ca
pacity, wide di-itg an imnieu-e work with extraordin irr
ease, its durability is amply provided for The ccmpieti
and entire po tab.'eness of the Little Giant, rendering it
greater conveni. nee for plantation and 'arm use impossi
ble. It rei ores no me .-Latiical aid or bill ot expense to put
it up; anv farm hand or servunt can put up and set o e
runiuui! in half an hours time. 1 !ie convenience with which
the sweep may be ppiied to i un hor.souul aa ia most
usual or over bead, and the mill may h easily attached
where sfam or water is used. 1 he power it Uka , requirm
one and two horses Th- q ianiity aud quality of piinct
! 10 to oO bushrls of goral feed meal per hour, ao-ordimc to the
degree ol fineness g -und, and the sue, mill. It ia the
. cheapest null, all tilings considered, '.here is before the pub
lic. Anoth -r thlntr connected with the Little Giant, a-a pa
tent, and worthy of note, is the f ct that Ihere ha. been no
Patent Rich' speculation or huckstering about the country
as Is usual wi h the thousand t ungUnjr make-shift ion le
ments that are got u; as a trade merely to irel Dion.-y br
selling or pain iiw off the pa ent rigid uuon the credulous
; then the niae'-n- to he ab.muuned I y ail parties ss a htim
b'it; on the other hand the l atenlee n. Proprietors of th
Litile liiant M.ds.b in vn:g that 'h.y can and determined
that they ill scp:. y tlie Agricul uraii.u and Mock raiser
of our i-iiiiutr. wit:, a superior M il. aie permanently en
gage.1 in the hn.-i'it ss, and have over one hundie.1 thousand
dollars invested in t e mai.unuture of these aiiils. in th
Ea.st, West and -ouih, some ot t1Me csUb.ishinents ploy
ing 60 mi-n .ole'y In th s business fo b ghly are these
ni ll appreciated, that f ur thou ai d have i reu wild within
the- pa-t eight-en mouths, and I r heavie-t and the wont
ext-usveM nuf icturers of -r,cu!tarai tn.pl m o s in the
United State, haveeageity sought au m;eirst iu their uanu
ticture ami -ale.
No implement has he-n m-re thoroughly tested, no one
of the kind has rrc. it. .1 -u Luu.eruus nd high test'monial
Irotn M ibatiic.-' Jn.t.iu d AaricmtunU Assoriatiou
and none, hv reason of surts anti ii. practical utiii y and
merit have mo. e fiirly gr..uu 1 tiieir w.. into cv.-.jdsys
nse and popular Uv..r ihn .--i.tt'. Lut e Giaut Co. n at.d
Co' h Ml I. t'r.iers pr. nid IU1 J.
Liberal discount lo dea.ee.
- HKOM N A ANDERSON,
o"'1 'f '- Ma.ket i., Nashviile, Tenn.
' 'lAlllili;! .TI tit t. f n
1 I,. SMIM.TON, h iving re-uni. d the MARBLE"
AVI. Ml .-I.NE.-.l, solicit l iso.d n-i.
pun ic in g nersl, who nuy de v. e wurk iu h.s hue. V j. L.
to give hi' n a csil at hi- Mi. p, corner of Chnit hc''0
trst and the Nashville and t'listtanw-ga It ai Load T
lepit. II will k rp cons auily un b s.fl a supi.ly
of MONUMENTS, ioMitS, K-., of he a.a-l lt,iihuTtr.
American Maitle. A i Wvik executed m Uic he.t m.niu-r
M Ki.lCAI. INM Itl TJ.- rx.
4 LARGE inv .ieeof Fine Sunt. c. I and D sweeting Instro
al ments ha just beeu rev-eived and for s .le at a small
advance on f.a-tern c.-sl.
Ptu.lenis and others would do we I to call and examine
the prices and quality, before making their purchases.
Wholesale and Ketial iruggist,
Corner College and Uniou si est.
"OH IX. TLX T. 1 HAaSMAU.
J. D0TLE ft CO..
. W. J. DOVLB.
oap Mtid t umin- 7laiiuf it iiirrr-t, and
Parkers ot Pork ntisl Heel,
No. as Amth Front street, NASHVILLE, TENN.
, Highest price paid in cash for T'l'low, Grease, and
'rd. fehin tf
Blooded ttock for fcale.
IIUVEforsaiealargenUTiherof Young IX ItllAl
It I I.I.S, of the most chuiee slues, iiM-liHting my main
Herd Bull and the Premium Aged Bu I of I -.'5, having bred
from them a long a 1 can without produ.-if.g too mu.-h refe.
tlou.-h p. I .liu have a niimt.rr of Sue V-ung J .tCIWH
for sa'e very cheap; an I a ni.uoer of Young Thorough
bred .ST AI.IOAN and M l(l III ( hS for every
b. dv. All bred un a cheap uralr, and can lie sold very low ,
t If -ring orecders a chance to improve their liv- t. k
MAKK A. CiRbIKILL.
I wish to purchase loi) g sni one year old uiulea,
octi 8wtr Aw
pi it i. ic sw.r. or
T)T virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me hy Jas S
11 L. J .uies and liob'l liut hanaii, I will sell at nuh-"!
be outcry, on the 'iTili of CctoOtr nest, ou the preuunea, ilio
l'IKKMX ii itv.u i:
Anil 4,()00 Acre of l.'anal.
About th half well tiuiber d, situsiesl about rireo milesTk
from Palmyra, Tenn , no the t.'umlierlaod nver. 1
Fornnce is newly bull', ihe work well executed and bout
the direction of Mr. J L. James, a practical sad well edu
cated teou man. It is not interi.-r to sav furnace in the)
rial of Tenuessee, arid I adapted to making inm ry ho,
or cold bl.ist, wnh all the uecessarv machinery for the our
pose in good repair The Ore Bank are wiudn on mil of
the Feruaoe, and are believed by good judge lo 9 inel
baustibl. Tms or ?ai.s Ci thousand dollar piyaJ'le ia tea
soon til from the dale of ti. sale, and the balance in on,
wo aud three yara. aeconlmg 'o the term ef Hi deed.
Possession lo be given a oun a the leruis o." th ai are
Any person who ilesirrs to e th" property, ean be sboww
it by J. U. fitiackltt.rtj, Ciarksville, or b. laoo. tiansou,
wbo live on the pretuises.
tiwtd J. O PHACKLt'FORD, Trosle.
Nahviil Tra Whir w.ll puOiinh ia tri-weekiy till day ol
aal. Clarktrtil I ki on f.
FOWLER &. N RTOV,
COMJilSSIOX AND FOHWAEDLSO MERCHANTS,
A(?'- for IUiaou Central Bailroai,
sepit siatw ( wiras llllnwl.
. U ATTSrCIVEN Co7,
Receiving & I'ornarJiii Mfrchants,
F t 1)1 CA II, KV.
HAVI.XO a Urge o.w and substantial Wharf Boat, aU
G uda sutrasted to our carw ahail is kjrward.sl wuA
prumptnesa and despatch. JolW dly
.K ILUI H UK FOT.
Offlca cf th NAahrUle City Kill, aontar of CoUag
aai Spring Straeta,
H HAMMOM CO .
A BASAIN IN REAL ESTATE.
fN Till utidersigne'l wish. rig u move, prtipose
se'l tl la.Hl. onta.ning fH Kilt HL'sDRXO
i l TstMl ilVk Ai aaa, utualmi u li.Ue star-
pett, kb Dvi.kMa s-ld W.niajn..n uotis, iissa Heeutli
of Nsativ Ue, ui aighl uf ti ani-'l. Frananu rurneak Bff n
and I aillra tr-l of the D- t t of ihe southern RaU oad. Huj
Lu i has . IsKit one huo-irl and Mfvuii Ive aero uf ofssa
Uud, of UMie-aU, Imss wu, (being atisswv Uarpotaj ko.
torn.) sad in a very hish 'al ! lUiuifci", ta tisisan
ia lubber, a g-eaarr pa: I ot wtiM.li is well adattad SO graa.
T tiers an tumt laMmg sp'ings of etovlkal water oa tt,
wltn uuru lo Liu; ti. (tn or siucs water trum aiiaoal
every part of iSe tafia. A plenty ol flail tor fanulv r
iQ.i.ptioa, h-ite a ouug wfchafd tho W.t arksctwa
p.. l.d nut aPoul tore y rr auerw. T rtt.s. twen'y-tvsj
a r. per s-ti. Pfc-'ii T. On wishing lo swttla bs
inis e -tio wwuU .tu wrU so tail .'!, a th pressimpUoa
Is, br u.ver aid be auo'her such ao opportunity oa Lauio
larpetti on h term. TSe and- r. gned will be pteassd
siw Hi pretaaMW tm any wtw a y Weti w xaidt. ike.
oolT-duw t. J. cUHMoNi
fIfry TMOt'9t0noy Itsgsj goesl sjoality, ta
A eg f. bag iUeetvwtl sal for ai. by
actli lokiuwtw II. A U 1hlGLAJ A CO.
' A I L U A sdaisuoa as a Booes-v or 8s)
ssa, by a geBHctaa.1 w !w can give Uta bsssi al rwtt
CUCr. A 1UJSS "F. K, O-, 1 1 a !l LKBCW.-
MMI I) 1H I1.UIAT1:L-AO,000 a
COdJ.tNiwCrvp I .
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