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rcotcsDAV M on mm;, oct. 31.
In the Senate, in the morning, leave of ab
scense w9 granted to Senators Head and Dean
on Account of sickness in their fauiiliett. Sen
ate bill to repeal the Homestead Law of last
M?nion was returned to the Senate by Mr.
Bowles, with a bill in lien, repealing only the
filh section of said law, which requires persons
who propose to avail themselves of the bene
fit of this act to register such intention the
only safeguard in the law to prevent fraud
ODcm creditors. After some discus-ion, in
which Mr. ftiwlei Uorted the amendment,
aud MfH-rs. Tnrney, Hall and Caldwell opposed j
it, a motion to lay the amendment on the table
having fii!ed by a vote of 10 to 13, the bill and I
amendment were referred to the Judiciary !
Committee. On motion of Mr. Carter, the j
special criers of the day, the bills to change j
tbe wanner of electing tho Keeper of the Pen- !
itenfury, and providing for the election of j
Commissioner of R jads by tho Legislature,
were postponed until Friday next, on account ;
of the absence of two members on the demo- j
cratic side, Messrs. Head and Dean. j
In the evening, bills were introduced by Mr. j
Stokes, to exempt Masonic, Odd Fellows aud j
Temperance Lodges from taxation; by Mr.!
Johnson, to amend the charter of the Hyde i
Ferry Tarnpike Company ; to amend the char
ter of the Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad
Company; by Mr. WLitthorne, to facilitate
the settlement of estates, &, for the benefit
of mechanics, &c; by Mr. Cheatham, to amend
an act pas--ed 11th February, 1852, ch. 152,
entitled an act to establish a system of Inter
nal Improvements in this State. Senate bill
to amend the act entitled " An Act to declare
the powers of Couuty Courts in the adminis
tration of estates in certain particulars, passed
February 26lh, 1832," was passed on its third
reading. Senate bill to amend the charter of
the Nashville and North-western Railroad,
and to transfer a portion of its State aid to
the Mobile and Ohio R ad, was read the third
time, and a discussion arose upon its merits.
Mr. Hall moved to strike out the sixth section,
which gives $50,000 State aid to bridge the
Forked Deer river, at two beparate points,
wliich motion was tabled and the bill passed
In the Home, in the morning, Mr. Cox pre
sented a petition from sundry citizens of Da
vidson, praying the revival of the act of 1843,
establishing Cumberland county, and that the
came be changed ; Mr. Dunningtoa also pre
sented a petition from merchants of Columbia
on the subject of merchants' tax. Bills were
introduced: by Mr. Brazelton, to "locate"
the "critter" and increase the school fund;
and by Mr. Algee, to compel all free person of
color in the State to emigrate to Liberia or
elsewhere beyond the limits of this State; be
tides two local bills. Mr. Dewitt introduced
a resolution providing for an adjournment of
the Legislature on the 21th of December,
which, after a protracted debate, was adopted,
yes 51, noes 16.
In tbe afternoon, a large cumber of bills
were introduced, of a more or less important
chaructor,for the titles of which we refer to our
regular reiHjt t. Amorgthe resolution intio
duced, was one by Mr. Dewitt, calling upon
the Governor for his plan for remedying the
evils of our present Penitentiary system. This
resolution lies over. The ouly bill of a gen
eral character passed on its third reading, wjut
one to regultte the pay of jurors, giving to I
tales jurors the same pay per diem (f 1.50J aa
thvMj of the rtgul.tr pani).
The Commissioners of the State Capitol yes
terday caused to bo placed npon the desks of
the mombers of the Legislature a beautiful
lithograph of the State Capitol and grounds,
dm thtv will he when entirely finished. The
whole presents a view of the noblest edifice in
the country, an honor to Tennessee, and
worthy of a short pilgrimage to see.
There is much work yet to be doue before
the beauties of the building can bo fully
brought out. The grounds must be extended
aud improved an indispensable requisite
and we hope the present LegWsture will make
a liberal appropriation for this purpose. The
building is at present hemmed in by streets on
either side, which, if they should be ojwned,
would leave it upon an isolated kuoll, without
beauty or comeliness. The grounds through
which these streets will naturally pasa should
belong to the State, should be graded and
beautified, and the whole will theu present a
combination of beauty and grandeur unexcelled
by any similar edifice in the country.
Stats Kormal School
We are glad to see that Mr. Hatton, the Rep
resentative from Wilson, Las introduced a bill
to establish in Tennessee a Slate Normal
School, for the education of Teachers. This
project will meet the hearty approval of every
friend of education in the State. Similar
ncbools have been established in other State,
and in every insUnco have worked admirably.
The great difficulty in the way of the success
of the educational system iu the South has
ever been tbe want of twichers educated among
n, acquainted with our habits and peculiari
ties and of us In every respect. Nine-tenths,
aye more, of our best teachers, are educated iu
The Importance of teachers being educated
expre-!y for that profession, we believe is not
questioned at thUday. Every one ho Las
had the )eat experience or opportunity for ob
''Vttiou, admits t. Hut we designed only at
st to call attention to the movement
bas been made, and express our appro-
If it, reserving for a moro liure mo
bile further coUiUJtaU tpoo the subject.
Seeking to b Peitecuted. 6. All persons engaged In uch undertaking to
In one of h'u speeches last summer, Got. John-1 troops in the United Sates for the military
son appealed to those who had been honestly se- service of Great Britain, whether citizens or foreigu
duced iuto the know-nothing onraoization to come ! er9i tomdaalt or officers, except they be protected
out of it, declaring it as his opinion that the day
was coming when it would be considered as Qtfrep
ulable to found in a know notbin lodge as in a
jmng of Ifnrrelites. Union aud American of Tuei-
j day. 1 . "
! A fiat and nnmitigated perversion of the rec-
j ord, as the author well knows. Gov. Johh-
sun feaid in Lis Manchester speech :
" I would as soon be found In the clan of John
A. Murrtll as in a know-nothing council."
lie also said, in the same speech :
'Stow me the dimenslous of a know cothirg,
and I will show you a huge reptile, upon whose
uetk the foot of every honest man should be
He also paid, in the same speech :
"JThey the members of the American pirty
are like the hyena, and come from their lair after
midnight, to prey opon human carcasses."
These are extracts from his speeches, the
authenticity of which has never been ques
tioned, and we presume will not be at this late
The Union and American seeks to cover up
Gov. Johnson's remarks bt Kuoxville, by the
same flimy sort of a veil,,which is used above
in regard to his Manchester speech. V& re
mind the editor of that pa,.r that there is tin
is.sue of veracity betwet-n Dr. Brownlow and
himself and Gov. Juhnn, as to the correct
ness of the report of that speech which ap
peared in the Union and American, which he
would di wtll to settle before he savs any
more in regard to it. We have no donbt that
Gov. Johnson said, or at least made the im
pression on the minds of his andience that he
wiid, and intended to sat, all that he is charged
wiih saying, that is that he compared members
of the American party to counterfeiters and
I)0rse thleve8 He certainly has used language
quire as offensive and as disgraceful to any
man pretending to gentility on other occa
sions. The Union and American comes too late
witli its endeavors to restore to Gov. Johnson
the respect of a largo and i expectable portion
of tLe community, which he lias forfeited
everlastingly by his low-flung abuse of the
American party. Though by tho strength
and power of party discipline, he has Wn
foisted into tho Gubernatorial Chair, never
before Oid a man occupy that high position,
at the sacrifice of so much that ehonid be held
sacred by every good citizen, as the present
incumbent, and we sincerely hope that never
again may it bo thus occupied.
Fqoandoruig the Public Lands.
The following extract from the Washington
correspondence of the New York Courier and
Enquirer, will offer the reader some idea of the
manner in which the public lands are squan
dered by Congress. It is a subject worthy of
the watchful consideration of the people:
The subjoined table of the sales of public lands
during the Ust fiscal year 1ms been prepared at the
office of the Register of the Treasury, aud may be
regarded as ollicinl.
Alabama, . 2,273,477
The cash receipts for the quarter ending Septem
ber 30, 1855, are less than for the same period last
year, but the aggregate locations are larger. Tbe
reanon is that the bounty laud warrants were near
ly exhausted before the beginning of the last fiscal
year, while the market is now well supplied with
them under the recent act. Ten thousand patents
hive been issued under the act of 1855.
In the meantime the important (act begins to ap
pear that the public lands are running out. We
have nominally 1,400,000 square miles, that is some
eight or ten hundred millions of acres; but per
haps five-sixths of the entire quantity is uninhabit
able and valueless. Already the Government U
unable to supply lands in Minnesota to actual settlers
at the maximum price of f 1,26 per acre. We sold
nd gnve away in 1863-4, 28,000,000 of acres.
w We sold at a nominal sum during the past year 15,
000,000 and gave away to Sutra and individuals
property enough to make good the enormous quan
tity of SO, (x 10,000 of acres. At this rate how long
will our two or three hundred millions of avuilable
public Inndrt supply the demand for the purposes
of t-ettlemcnt, to say nothing of the exig t cies of
tti Treasury in time of war or fiuaucul distress.
In Minnesota, which has 65,000 inhabitants, the lands
to be offered this sea-wi have br-eti arbitrarily re
duced from four to one million of acres. The hinds
cannot be surveyed as lent as Congress gives them
away. This is said to be the cause of the reduc
tion of the quantity offered in Miunesota. In Utah,
already settled by some 30,000 Mormons, tlx base
line has just been esUulifh, and perhaps year
must elspne before the (overatnent, so wholly ab
sorbed is it in the work of gratuity, can ft'niUh a
legal title to the lands occupied by its citizen.
A nothtr A'wtM A fair A n A tneriran .Va'vrWiVJ
Citizen Lxptlltd frotn StritirUul.
The Putt has a letter from Zurich, Switzerland,
dated Oct. t, which says:
It has juxt transpired here that a difference has
arisen bet eru the Si-s Federation aud the Uoi
td Slate. The arubartpador of the latter requests
an explanation from the Federal Council of the
ground opon which the police have refused a per
son proviJed with an American passport, formerly
a subject of Daden, aud at, present in Basle, the
privilege of remaiuing there. From the report of
the police, it appears that this parson was formerly
exiled from Baden, and allerwarda ordered out of
Switzerland. Since theu be has become an Ameri
Important from Washington!
Opinion of the Attorney General upou the case of
the British Minister, Mr. Oamptoo, and other,
in the matt t of tli Foreign tulialroenu iu the
' The Attorney General at Washington, Mr. Cash
ing, has renJered an oflida! opinion Ip regard to the
recent violation of our neutrality laws by the Brit
ish Miuistcr, Mr. Crampton, and several British Con
suls, presenting the following points, wLlch are said
to embody the views of the Adutinumtion io the
1. It Is a settled principle of the law of Nations,
that no belligerent can rightfully make use of the
territory oi a neutral State for belligerent purposes,
without the consent of the neutral GoverumeuL
S. The uadertakiug of a belligerent to enlist
troop of land or sea in a neutral Bute, without the
previous content of the latter is a hostile alUck on
Sis national sovereignty.
3. A neutral Stats may, if it please, permit or
grant to belligerents tbe liberty to raise troops of
btiid or sea within lis territory; but for the neutral
State to allow or concede the liberty to one bellige
rent aud not to all, would be an act ot niauilcsl bel
ligerent partiality, auJ a palpable breach of ueuUJ
4. The United States constantly refuse this liber
ty to all bollirerenU alike, with impartial justice;
and that prohibition is inade known to the world by
tertnaneut act of Congress.
6. tireat Britain, In attempting, by the reney of
her military aud civil authorities in the BrtUaU North
American rruvinces, and ber diplomatic and con
sular fuaclionarie in ilia Uuited State, to raise
.w.tiA t.M vkmm!rt.t4 An rJ tiftiirriMlirtn fairftft
llic sovereign rights of tho UuitcJ Sutcs. 1
br diplomatic prirDea, are indicUble as malefac
tors by statute, ,
7. foreign Consuls are not exempted, cither by
treaty or the law of nations, from the penal effect
of the sutute.
8. In ce of indictment of any such Consul, or
other official person, his conviction of the misde
meanor, or Lis escape by reason of arranged con
structions and contrivances to evade the operations
of the statute, is primarily a matter of domestic ad
ministration, altogether subordinate to the conside
ration of the national insult or injury to the Govern
meut, involved in the fact of a foreign Government
instructing its officers to abue, for unlawful purpo
aes, the privilege which they happen to e&joy in tho
ADDITIONAL SEWS BT THIS AFRICA
Very Interesting Details-Affairs in the Crimea.
But little has occurred at the seat of war beyond
the fact that the Allies were threatening Perekop
and that their advance had for a time been checked.
French troops were being concentrated on the
Danube, and Odessa was expected to be immedi
ately bombarded by tbe allied fleet, which was be
fore its walls.
Gen. Simpson, in his last despatch, dated Sevas
topol, Sept. 29, says that 0,500 men were employ
ed d.iily in making a road front Bulaklava to the
camp. Fatkne parties in the town were engnged
j in getting timber and other materials from the ruins,
in ord'-r to get shelter for tbe troops, ere bad weath
er seU in ' ' ' '
The Russian fire from the batteries on the north
side, caused Gen. Simpson some little annoyance,
but h not preveuted work from beiug carried on.
By the explosion ol a kind of infernal machine,
numbers of which had been dug op in various parts
of tbe town, and around the batteries, vi officer
and nineteen men were wounded.
Gen. Simpson reports a trifling engagement, in
which the ISth Ilussars and the Chasseurs beat
back the Cossacks near Krrtsch.
A letter from Sevastopol, in the Frankfort Gazette,
states that the sunken Russian ships can be raised
without difficulty, a the Russians closed theu in
every part but one, and studied hose to the hulls,
so that the water can be pumped oat when requir
ed. I Ussier and Simpson, according to the Daily
Nes, have had a meeting, with a view to preveut
what they consiJer indiscreet revelations by lies
paper correspondents, military and civiL
Gen. Mariuoia declares in en order of the day,
that he will severely punish the authors of any let
ters which may have been found, informing the
UusMatisol the movements of the allies, to have in
jured the position of the latter.
A letter from Sevastopol in the Marseilles Jour
nal says tiiat one of tbe orders which has been ex
ecuted by the troops with the greatest pleasure, is
that of tiding up the trenches. It is stated that
tho troops regard their prospects so favorably that
a ereat number of the soldiers of the class of 1S37,
who may uow quit the service, do not wish to do so.
Tas Xxpeditioa against Odessa.
The allied fleet, which according to the last news,
sailed on a secret expedition from Sevastopol, an
chored off Odessa on the 8ih day of October. Prince
Gortschukoff reports that the force consists of eight
ships of the line, twenty-seven steamers, and one
other vessel. No news of the bombardment had
been received op to the latest dates, but was ex
pected immediately. Odessa, since the destruction
of the corn ports in the sea of AzofT, has formed
the chief, if not tin) sole means of support of the
Russian army iu the Crimea. The Emperor of Rus
sia and suit arrived at Odessa on the 22d of Sept.,
but left again the next day for Nicolaieff to attend
council of war.
Demonstration of the Allies upon Perekop. '
A despatch from Prince Gortschakoff, dated Oct,
9:h, received at St. Petersburg, states that the allies
had advanced from Eupatoria, threatening Peiekop,
but had retired on meeting the advanced posts of
the Kussian left Hank, bixteen battalions of Rus
sians were thrown into disorder.
Reported Retirement of the Russians.
According to the Frankfort Post Zeitung, the body
of the Russian army had been withdrawn from the
plateau on the North side of Sevastopol towards
the heights of the Bclbeck. Only a few thousand
men now garrison the northern forts.
In the neighborhood of Nicolaieff some 45,000
men are concentrated, 28,000 of whom belong to
the newly raised military.
. . Susiaa Losses at Sevastopol.
The Invalids Russe gives a detailed account of
tbe losses of the Kussian garrison on the 8th of
September, as follows: Killed 2,684, wounded 6,
058, contusions 1,206, missing 1,754 total 11,701.
The same journal sutes that the Russians lost 1,500
men on the 10th of August, 1,000 men per day
every day up to Sept. 6th. Thus it would appear
that the losses of the gariison for the last three weeks
of the Beige amounted to 32,000 men, irrespective
Affairs on the Danube
According to the Constantinople Journal, the
commander of the Turkish army ou the Danube
hjs received instructions to provide rations for forty
or Gfty thousand French troops, who are to arrivo
at Silistria about the cud of October.
A telegraph die patch from Constantinople states
that the Anglo-Turkish contingent has received
orders to proceed to Schumla.
Defeat ef the Turks in Asia.
Gen. Mouravieuff has forwarded to St. Peters
burg a report of a successful engagement, in which
the Cosnacks, militia, and dragoons, commanded
by Li-utenatu General Kovalerski, defeated a de
lachun nt of 1,800 regular Turkish cavalrv, aud
l.Ooo Uashi Bazouks. The Turks had about 400
All Pasha, the commander who took partio most
of the last wars of Turkey, was mide prisoner.
Tbe Tutks lost all their guns.
1 he garrison at Kara still holds out, though re
duced to great extremes. Part of Omar Pasha's
forces was advancing from Batoutn to attempt to
raise the blockade. The Turkish force now at Kara
numbers 10,000 men.
The Uonitenr announces officially that the Em
press has entered the filth month of her nreif uantT.
, and that her health is excellent.
Au alliance between Prince Napoleon and the
Priuctsa Koal of England, it is Stated by the
Times Correepoudeut, is rumored iu political
WABHtNOTOS, Oct. 27.
The faim of this morning publishes a letter
from John Van Buren, in reply to its stricture on
his speech at Oswego. He predict that the New
York Soft Shell ticket will be elected by 5,400 plu
rality, and aks tbe Union whether it desires to
ses that ticket elected or defeated.
The Union replies, io view of Van Buren's dee
laration, that all the candidates on the ticket, ex
cept two, were openly and warmly the advocates
ot Martin Van Buren in 1848, that it is there,
fore a niatur of indifference, so far as the interests
of the Democratic party are coaoerued, whether
the ticket succeeds or not.
ADVANCE I TOWDCH.
OWlXa to th ad r need prio In Sa'tpetra, I S tbe pries
of Powder Iron this at th (ulllowtnt; rates :
F.r Dupont's tifl fowdsr, per kej, 17 m
" 44 - halt " im
" " quarter " N
Tcnneasr K'niUng, n
Kashvftle, 6. 1, ISM.
Ill tVR diw on Band, and win hsrssiUr ksep a osnstant
supply of ths SJlowtof arttdes :
Dnfsnl's relebraleat Rifle and Kpstrtlas;
1'aiwsler, Id eatosutrs and oarur, aaU aa4 who
Ttitnaftwt Ulastlasx to kcff tils aa4 bar
rels at lu itsL
Tort Kick ford V Co's Safetr Ibm, wa
Kiir4 iWrsctorm, Uloen and th Tras (sacrsity,
suinnd at lb lovsst saarket priors,
i'rompt alUBUua gifts, la sol enter.
A (j lit for lbs Uaowlaoiarcr,
OOios vllh K. S. Chratt.au A Cot,
MPS' Comer ot gprln as4 OoUrf strseta.
!lAItHt:t.IZF.D lUOt niXTEL,
rpiiis cIScttl styW f MaaM I hut Using th piao
A d all oOter ScsclpUoos. bulb aacoaot at iu sup
or braty, ru-hBess, Sorsbdlty, and ptrticul&rty Its rtf i
ess. Whil lbr east Is only about half that of th fval
rbl, thy IimsscS uterS Dm (orsssr sa Uamuty, haw a
pn-r iasire, ar Iras lubl to soli, aro mark, rtsrrr
cpt draa. sod br ic4 martt la durability. Bad are, sJ
be sam time, Irss liabt I fcrrsk.
Ths BfKtrrsifaed ar acvout lor (h assaufertarcr, Wal
r, Uihao S Co., Uxilsville, Ky aod snil furnish llxta
to ihsir plrb, &! lbs pabUe frnsrtOly, :Oi grots, sasv
cr p.nw, sod svery thuif coBipUrt; sal srul l srpor.
suad lbu laitng an. Hi kT A OVt IN'.
uv llMlcrt and TtBr MsaubetMrvrs,
ojarSO 4sit s'. 7 Uarkss srt.
We copy tbe following from the Lou
isville Journal by request:
Twilight Kusings- ' ;;.
When tbe twilight shades are gathering, f'
With their ever-changing poes, ;
O'er the mountain tops and valley, .
Then I love to sit and muse, ' '
Building many a fairy palace I '
. ' In the gold and crimson "clouds-"-.'- '
Till tbe darkness, like a mantle, v)
sal'l" s i . i
ah ineir glorious oeauiy snrouas.
Then the evening star comes softly ,
From her radiant homo of light,
. Like an angel pure and boiy, . , . , r ,
- : Watching o'er tbe world by night; ,
And the crescent moon is gliding
Like a pearly bark on nigh.
With the stars like jewels gleaming,"
In her pathway through tbe sky. ",
O, how quiet, calm and holy,
Is this solemn honr to me, ;
With iu wondrous star-light splendor,
Breathing of eternity;
And the night-breeze gently sighing,
With the silvery tinkling rills, . J
And the echoes faint replying,
..;. All the air with music fills. , ... , . i
, . . . . ' , - -
Then, my soul, at last awakened .. r ' .
From tby leadea trance of woe, -
Strike thy harp, long since forsaken, ' :
Bid its 6weetest number flow ; ;
And perchance some heart may quiver
With a thrill of tnne delight, '
As its tones are softly floating , ;. ,
O'er the starry wares of sight- -:
Swelling upward like the murmurs
Ofsorae tranquil summer wis, ; ... t.
When its dimpled waves ar breaking
In their monrnful ' melody ;'i I-??. I i
For I feel that ever round me r '
, . Ang-I forms with snowy winps-. '" 1 .IA1!
Guide my trembling wayward fingers
r " As they touch the quivering string. "
; , Bos-Aia Springs, August, 1855. . CLARA.
3fThe Public will do well to rend that long ad
vertisement of New Books, by Smith. Amone them
are some remarkably interesting woiks. and they
are offered at the lowest prices. Call and see them.
tonlnville, datly, 5 o'c'ork P. M.
CrMttaaocga, (Kstern aaU boa hern) dily, t A.M. and
5 P. M. r , . . ,
Gall tln, (tally, 5 P. M.
Lel-anon, omlay, Wdneidy and Friday, 2)i P. M
Tntday, Thursd. y and Saturday, 6 P. M. ,
Tu cunibia, huiicay, We .Dtatlay an I Fr:day, 11 A. M.
Men. i his ia Cjtumoia, Monday, Thur (Uy aud Saturday,
11 A. M.
Memphis via Waver y, 5 noday, Wednesday and Friday,
5 P. M.
Rjsa. ll v ile. Mon lsy, Wed-ediv and Pri.lay, 8 P. M.
. ClarkaViUe, hundav, Wedneslay and Friday, 6 P. II. -
Louisville, Daily, 5 A.M.
Chattaoougn, (Eastern and Southern) daily, 1 A M. and
tiaUatin, daily. S A. M.
Lebanon, daily, except Funday, BAM.
law util.ia, Tuwday, Thursday and Saturdav, 6 A. M
tlemphis via Columbia, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday,
G A. M
Memphis via Waverly, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
6 A. M.
HiiHsrllVille, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 P. M.
Oflic hours from 6 A. M. to IX 9. M.
The evening mil will be rrsdy for delivery at t P. M.
The mornin mail by to 8.
octol B. B. ANDERSON, P.M.
Second nipht of the re enRxgement rf Mr. Jamrt E. Mur
dock, who will appear aa V OV-(i MIRABKL in the brilliant
Comedy of rtiNS Woau Wondckb, or The Inconstant, al
tered from the original Text of Furquhar, and adoptel for
modern represent:ittoh by Mr. Murdo k; aUo, aa DICK
DAS U ALL. MisaC Wyette as Bine.
Wednesday, Oct 81, will be acted th brilliant Comedy of
Wnia Works Wosders, or The Inconstant.
To conclude with Shakapeare's Comedy of Kaibcnb ASD
In rehearsal "My Aunt and Elder Brother."
Cone Cut Corners.
The Hidden Pa'.h.
Memoirs ot Bennett.
My Brother's Keper.
The Old Farm House.
Kliie or Human Comedy.
Peeps from a Belfry.
A Long Look Ahead.
Bell Smi'h Abroad.
Th Wife's Victory.
Which, the Slxbt or Left.
The Escaped Nun.
The Master's House,
Th Bummer Land
Fashion and Famine.
Swallow Barn. I
Rob of th BowL
The Old Ion.
Bis; Bear of Arkansas.
Louisiana Swamp Doctor.
Greece and the Golden Horn
Flood and Field.
Cloud and Bun-hine.
The Money Maker.
Bertha and Lily.
Substance and Shadows.
I ae Been Thinking.
u i. ( u ....- nr.
Simon Sugtrs. ,
The Knsjlish Orphans.
Wide, Wide World.
Memories over th Water.
lugenue by Duma
Commerce of Prairie.
Lofty and Lowly.
Barclays of Boston.
Women of Israel.
Drama at Pnkrrvule.
Ac, Ac, Ac,
CHARLES W. SMITH.
Misfortanes of Peter Faber. 1
Kor sale by
REAL ESTATE AGENCT.
In AVE concluded to eon Beet with iry former businam the
selling of Lands Town Lots, Keoting Houses, Sc. I have
now on hand, for sale, several negroes, amongst them a wo
man 2t years old, that I will guarantee to be a N i. 1 cook,
washer and irooer, good seamstrmts, and good general house
servant, a girl 11) years old, and a hoy of the same age. I
jave pledged my word not to sell these perroes to go South
and want to select good homes for them; and should the
purchaser not b pleased, h ran return them and g t his
mney. octal Kttd W. POKTEK.
HANDSOME INCOME TO BS MADE AT HOME.
'HEalovecan be made In every Town and Oanty
throiighout the Colon, by engaging in trie nianulacturr
and sale of an article, opon which, Arr an outlay of SI , one
tluuiuind dollars a year may be nv.d-. Th- a-t.cle fat on of '
universal daily consampton. and one that has pusxled the
brains of some of th mt eminent Philosophers.
It is re'f evikient that it is d-sttned to berom on of th
most necessary of the necessities of life. The article is one
that will have as ready and permanent sale a flour
Fall particular will be sent by nuil. on the receipt of 1 J)tf
cents, or an equivalent in Foot Offlc Stamps, Specimen
sent hB rtquired. Ai Jnw.
JAMB T. H )RNE A CO ,
oct 31 1m Boa 4.531, Po t OSce, IvfW Vasrk.
FOSTEB'S ADDITION TO EEFIELd!
ON WEDNrDT, the 7th of November ntx', n th
prenl-es, we will ll the rents In ler of FoHir's Ad iltion
to EdgeAeid. Our bill of pank-ulitra will he read as soon
asp.sbla. LINDLEY A CROCKrTT, I
8-1 College stnet. I
E. R. Ula-Oocc. Auctioneer. octal td 4
FOB SALE 0B BENT,
MA FARM containing 82,V acr-s, s!toate4 orl
the ( harlo te Tumi-ike. miles from NaiH.J
Said farm has a good Well on It, ao I abundance of
young Fruit Tree, and contai one of th best gaidea
soota of 5 aer!) to be found anywher in th County,
comfortable Fram Dlliog, wita foar rooms and hall, and
necessary out-house, stahle-, c , and best f ail. is one of
th beat' html pl.iees anywhere Dear Nashville. F r further
iumrmatiiiB app'y to R. A. BAt.LoWK,
octSl OenlAg't, No. II DeaUertck st.
l'Ui:.TIIi;.H CAR III AK I'ACIOIIY.
TC8T finished 1 Fine Calechs Rockawar. -JftW2l
V 1 rto Family Barouche;
S Fine Buggies;
which ar ofiVred on li eral terms for cash.'
or good pap', Th public ar respectfully Invited,
tha; i,adii:s i.x fauticilau,
to call and xaniin that Fin Premtom Buggy, at wrfw
Room, Cooper' Building, Cormer of Cherry aod Dvaderick
street. oct8l CRAM A BHI.PHKRP.
riiumivn wall faii:r.
FROM th Manufactory of U. DI s-a'COCRT of PaRIS,
to whom was awarded th first premium at th LoBDost
ZxBiamoB and th iv Yosg Woau Fata.
We also keep eoaatantly on hand a larg and beautiful va
riety mana'actorcd expressly for oa la this city and In
Eastern Market Purchasers will find oar present assort
aaent superior to that of any prvvioo season.
Don 1st th best Duoec by aBpetnl work me a.
appU4 at th lowest wheksal rate.
W. W. PLNN.
. No. 41 Market street,
oeUO lta Betwaea Cnioat n4 in bqws.
"PVTOTICE Owing to our ds'eoUoe Eaat, frees pentraa
led nine, so specimen of ur stock were exhibited
4 the Ute Mechaoka' Fair. W. W. FINN.
KAaHTILLZ CHATTANOOGA BATIB0AO
ClIA.tfiE OF HCIIEDCLE.
ON and after BoBday, Oet. tS, tw Daily Psaemijrir Train
will be nil aa tallows
Day Traiat Laave Naehvffl at TA0 A. M arrirtng at
Chattanooga at 4 M P. M. -
Night Kaperas Train leave N ashrlll at J0 P. M, arrlv
tng OarMMog at .lA. M.
RCTCsUMNO Day Traia Leaves Chattaaeofr at A. st
and arHves at Nashville at 4 a P. M.
Ight EsTirees Leaves Cttattanooga at SJ0 P. M aad ar
rtv at Sahiii at IVM A, M-
H. L. AND EXPO.
ectS) ' ' rriauadeot N. A C A. R.
1 Cash for Wheat and Rye!!
.JOSEPH X AS it
D5oatJi-Et Corscr Ciorc ss4 Coliff ctrMta.
wttf Sta v
For X D in this nty, a few day ago, a BREAST FIX
and a LOCKET, which the owner can hav by describ
ing Bad paying a small reward to the Under, and aiso for' this
advertisement. . - oct9 -St
iO KUWARDt -1
RANAWAT from Mrs. CampheU'a in ChsftacootrBi n th
16th instn a negro man by the nam of STZiUN, bo
longing t tbe undesigned. Said boy is rf a light blsrk
color; sharp -lures; abcot 5 feet 8 cr 10 inchea high; viil
weigh abciBt 150 poonds; can writ a very good hand;i well
edooiud and preaches. Information ftoni the Railroad
conductor on the Nashville and Cho'tanoosra Road render
It almost eerttin that the said boy ha com . to Nashville,
traveling with a forged pass with my name toil. He has
relatives in or near the city, and is supposed to be larking
about here. I will give the above rewaxd for Bis arrest and
lodged in jail so that I can get him.
T. NIX IN VAN DTKE,
-octW tf ; - : : 5 . ' Athens, McMinoco., Tens.
B; L A N I E 11 & CO.
(Successors to Hart A HolHrg-" worth,)
No. A TIarket Street, KasUville,
, . "t , AND DEALERS JN . ,.
roreign & Domestic Liquors.
oct29 tf .- '. . , -
NOTICE TO ST0CZH0LDER3.
'VJ OTICE is hereby gives to the Stockholders of the Hrn
il dersoa aad Kashvide Railroad company, that the
twelfth instalment on their stock is bow doe, and mast be
paid on or before tbe firt day cf December next. By order
ol the Hoard of Director,
oewa-rwtdecl . AMBROSK O. GORDON, See'y.
DR. R . 31 AR T I
K0. 8 K0RTH SPBTCE STT
K ASH Vll.l.l:.'s TL'JI.V.
T FOR SALE AT PUBLIC ArCTIO. ;
ON SATt-RDAV, HxSliif November next, I w.! eT to
th highest I'idd r, with'nt reserve, tbe resident pare of
the Brewery ;rcperty, fronting 17 H reet on Jt-B -rson street,
and running back 97 e; t oa Cherry strert, to 10 toot alley.
The House contains S roomi 1111 above n I below with
porch hack; hake oven aad large basement; well cemented
p jverrent in front; all enclosed. . , -
TKRMt':-.'o.)caih. 5oo in fonr montl.s; the balance in
one, two atid three years, with interest.
R. A. BLLOWE,
Gen'l Ag't, No. 17 D. aderi.-k st.
E. R Guscocc, Au-Uonrsr. B oet.J9td
.lAt.wAA Pl.A I.UI si;itl.
JASPER C0UUTY ACADEMY LOTTERY! '
By Aatbority o the tate of Georgia
.II a c o h G-a.
I 2,000 V U It 5.
$ 3 oTo 0 0 ,
YXTlU.be distributed st CONCRRT HALL, Vmn, Gi.,
V V lrcctiiher, 15, I55, ac:ortling to the (oliowing mag
nificent and niifri-ce-iented !chenie. under the sworn uo
erintvadeiiceof Col. GbO.M. LH,AN and J Ad. A. MSbtT,
H unt II. Ciipltal t 2-000.
One Priu ol fRW
" " i 2.0"0
" " l.MtO
S " .VH are
19 " Ki t are
U ' 5 are
! ' XS ar
tS Approximation Prises
251 Prises, amounting to I30.00O
Only lO.tmO n limbers. Ticket $5; Halves '2 fO; Quars.
1 2b. In th a ffcht-me if y.iu draw anything, even the low
est prixri. It will be five times the cost of the. ticket. Prises
payable in full without ded ctioo ana every prise is drawn
at each DrariDit, and some i-erson must get them. Orders
strictly confidential. Drawings sent to ord' rs Registered
letters at my risk. 111 on all solvent Banks at par.
At res JAS. F. WINTER,
ooili9 t i Macon, tia.
I JT III. 4 NT II4'V4:I; liOCK 20 tons
I I pig metal, very superior to melt with scrap. Just re
ceived aud for rale by D. D. DICKEY,
octt7 No. & College street.
-13 boxes just received and for sale by
D. D DICKKY,
No. 5 College street.
7IICIJ TI I. IO Just received and for sale b'
D. I- DICKET.
No. 0 College street.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALEES IK
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
9io. 50 Pnblic -Squares
Fot'R to five iirnrnnEn casks of
seasonable II ATd, BOOTS AND SHOES hav been
added to oar stock by very recent arrivals, to which th at
tention of th TRADE il particularly Invited.
oct'27 GARDNER, oUEFHEBD A CO.
FIEEXEN'S GRAHD SOCIAL BALL.
BROAD STBECTT FIRE COMPANY NO. 8
Propose living a
L2 GRA5iI SOMA I, BALL
AT ODD VKLIjOWS BALL,
on THURSDAY EVtNINQ, Nov. ht,at8X o'doek.
A. J. TTLta,
P. R. Crrraa,
W. H. Ohb,
S. F. orLO,
A. J. Tbixtov,
JSO. II. FUsHBB.
Ja. A LnD,
it. Wat gaa, Ja. '
II. S. Fiarrsa,
Jamis R. McOobbs.
Tickets for sale at th door and by the Managers,
one dollar. ictxT-
LARGE CONSIGNMENT OP SEASONABLE .
(AS?IGN.i.'3 SALE ) ... n, if.
Bcnj. F. Shields
HAS Just received, and off'-r for ' a Hre an1 welL
assortril stork of RKADY MI)K CI.'lTHINO, ronn-t-ingof
someAOO tr-a, I rat kand Ovrrraat
with an extensive anrtroeEt of PiXT, VsiTS, Mc-tta
r-Tairtn Wools , and other e'MiaT. Hits. Cam, rrmio
IUt, rTOTK BAVATM, 1LOTS1. ncai, Cakfav Kasm, Lti
Pk'BVtK3. Ol:. ASn t.t M Coats, Ac, Ac m kin b'geUwr
the etitir.- stock ol a Urge dialer. The? goo'l are off.-red
to the trade In lots, to eloM without delay, and -i I ne found
wot thy of their attention bTNJ. F HHIEI.PfV
A rent f r the assignee, .
N. 44 PubllcSqure, lower Ware Rooms.
T Ell ."! Cash on delivery. ociH if
Tlti: Di: ('lit !l lilt I; Received this day a
1 other npply of Gentlemen's Dresilng Rubes various
patterns. A few ex'.ra tine for sale low by
oct2 J. fl. MeOILL.
Ur M 1. 1 : 1 1 . . f 1 1 0 i: Jura received a rholc
lot of -baser Half H i. tUxony Half How, Ui b
Wool Htif H'e, Verinn Ha f H ate. Aleo, a large assort
ment of h?nvj cotton half hose. Forsrle by
oct JS J. n. Mc( ILL.
UMtf.lt V i: lt-Another supoly tf seasooaoie
urder wear, received and fr sal by
?IRIIi:i.l. tV-Auotherlot of Cmbrel as received
aud for sale by J. U. M-till.l..
11 1. H Ail CR VATH Krery style and plteru
tnstore en-tfr .aleby J. II. Mc'ULL,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Pnrnivhing Store,
on 2 4 Corner College st aod &tore.
It. W. MIAt I'KIC,
No 6 CoUegt at , Haar Dtarci. NASUTIIXR. TENN,
E -LfcR in all kinds of Cabinet Fami.
lure, and Is receiving additional (f
upplj"; nd having fitted myself out
with a fin hears and tentl horse, am
prepared to furnish avery kind and quality of comas oa th
shortest notice, by av or night.
Clock, lmps and Gironaais for sal. Mattraase cf all
kiD'ls on hand, or made Us order
Furniture Repaired with neatnee and dispatch.
New aod various styles of Wardrobe all rhran for cash
or gwod paiier, ai No. College street, sear Charrh.
K. W. NilAFFEK,
oetia ly ? W. I asi. Agent.
ANN'S Celebrated Copy i eg Bo As, auul of Parohment
Paper ail siae. For sai by
Cv-Ull . CHARLES W. SMITH.
I.AniL, Y niHUEJI-Twelv differeat kind at lost
' prices. For sal by CUARLia W. hltiTU.
Ef.E.TlEVTAHt FEI.I.EH?-10 al
whole! r rvtad. For sale by
oeud CUARLVS W SMITH.
IC.TIOIt AWni"."! BOOK A larg aaortseat
bv tsw doarn, or nogl. For sal by
ortil CUARLE3 W. SMITH.
S IIOOL ltOOIAM ABthTxtBoolrsasedfB Col
lege. AaesBt aad CeanasM eVtMBia. at reared
prices. For saw by CHAKLsJS W. fMITti.
THrKM PAI'Elt With OrnameBtal
X Mruical FUdeota. Fu
Fur sale by
CHARLU W. SMITH.
. F. H. BAEGE2. Dentist, '
HAS returned to the ctty, rrooi a short visit tu sUl Jasor.
ReaideBM and operaiiua roes ea CWsr street, next
or to th Catbolt Ctutrea. pr'S-t !
THE tneget Pan rote, tteledeoa aad ! "tore fa
th 1'oi'e-i (, wtn be opeaesl Ueir lAth, 1 x', in
the M Al 10 Bl ILD1NU. Chesrsul Street, aleve reen(B,
PMIadrlprata, br JOMt RM, sqI A cat Air
tuardsB, Uray A Co.' eeiebrated Dvlr Ca-epna Al
tarhmeal PUoo Forte, so C. W. Ftak A Ce.'s Prvca:a
Mesoderm. A'", fwsn Forte and MaJw!eeeef wherdas
Mngai)M4 Btaer. J M. h obtatneU a lea tv several
yers la tt rxrw, sragaloral aad wel tsuss Weauai
tn '-i'i-t. where he laieeir kseptug th Urgest atocfc aod
saw tr'.e.eot ui rtstta Fortes, W4ewU, btsote aad 1Iwk1
lBnant ef every sctp4jnst, aii cf whlca are cmrefay
sulnie by himself, aad arraoit J t jiv pertret Batista
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. i'Mera. - . -
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Charles James Fox.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FIFIH EDITION,
In 3 vols., limo., clot)-, of
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with 113 wood engravings.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Th Air we Breathe,
Th W ater we Drink,
Tii Nil we f'uitivate.
The Plant we re-rr.
The Bread we Eat,
The Keef we Coot,
Th- Beverages we infuse.
The fweets we Kxtraet,
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OPINIONS OF THE PRIX'S.
From the Newark Dally Advertiser.
W know of no other work which, within o .mail a com
pass, su well and o i-atisUrtorily pre-ent- therhemtcil and
physiological oomirrs elooh surmuBd u. ami that too, in
a manner so free from techuicahtie, th t th v.riest lyro
In the science cannot be otherwie than interested and in
From the Ctic Oaretl.
Much scientific in orniut on li here presented In a eon
denwl and interesting form, moiliig a volume of high prac
From the Rochester Tnlon.
This work is one of the m-wt vaiunble that can be given
to the American public. It should be in every family, aud
in every sell 1 an.i public library in the iaud.
Fnm the Albany Atiits.
These two volumes, which co tain an immen a moo at
cf iustructive matter, ar as interesting a a story bo.k.
From the T -oy Daily VI hig.
' It Is adaptd to the comprehension ol the unlearned io
technical ciirniutry, as well a to the leaned, and the co
pies tre-.ited are so nwf ;l, that it is s.tying no more than
jui'ioe reUires, toairt that it ought to be i- vry bom
in the country.
From the ?t. Leu's Intelligencer.
This Is a work for the you'h as well aa the grown man for
the scholar as well as t! me-:linie and we ran oorJially
recommend it a not only in a hih degree valuab e for it
solid instruction, but aiso as a profitable source of enter
tainment From the Lonisvilla Courier.
There is not ne es:.y in these Volumes that ran fail to
rivet the attention of any one fond of reading, it I a de
lightful book fjr a family circle. oct 11
V A I. V A It I. i: IC O O K N .
W- T. BERRY & C0-, Lave jnt received
1. Comic's History of the Arabs in Spain.
Ouixot's History of Ci viliz ition. 8v.
Falener's Classical Antiquities.
Longinus on the 8uh!!n e. 1 vol.
Dante's Divine Comedy : the Inferno. A par transla
tion by Carlyte.
Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered.
The Legislative Guide,
rving's Life of Washington.
Benton's Thirty Years In tbe Senate.
10. Webster's Complete Works. Ct.
11. Calho un's Works. 4 vol.
13. Napier's Battles of the Peninsular. '
13. Napoleon in Exile by O'Meara.
14. I uii six s' Memoirs of Napoleon.
15. Abbott's Lite of Napoleon.
16. Strickland's Uves of the Queens of England. 8 voL
IT. Lives of th Princesses ol tuglaud.
TH K copartnership heretofore existing under th firm and
style of Habt A HoLLisoaworra, wa dissolved en th
S4th Inst., by mutual consent.
All persons indebted to the lat firm ar requested to mak
Fitlier partner ts authorised to ue the name of tha firm
In liquidation only. HKNRV IIAKT, Jk.,
oru; 1w 8. N UOLI.INUS WORTH.
HEW ARRIVALS OF LADIES' USE SHOES.
LADIES' Kid R R Boots and Boots and Buskins;
" Front and Side l.ac.l hiih (jailers;
" Fine Kid lliih Laced Buskii s:
" Th ek Soled UukiB;
s otitrhed SValktt g fhoe,
Cloth Thick coled bunklua.
Misses high R. R. tiaiters; Justipenedby
tietiS ' Colijg street. .
GENTS' Superfine Calf Hutched Waterproof Boots;
DouhleS led hoo s.Swediuid Fegged, of very
description. Just opnd by JjllN KAMAGE,
octxj 4 j Col.cga sueet.
KEEP THE FEET DRT.
OVERSHOES and Co k role.
Lsdies (ium B lskins and Sandals;
" Uued llu km;
Oentlenien' Gum and Thick Overshoes;
B.y' and Mwe Overshoe; -
Cva fule fr Ladies and Oentlemea. Mi
Bots Justieceivedby JOHN KAMA UK.
ociOi At College st.
I'lUt KI.T-For tb tn.uing yr, a oomfortabl
i Dwelling House, on Chen j street, next door South of
Lincoln Had, containing six rooms, nh dmlng room,
kitchen and ceilar in the basement.
K. A. R ALLOW!,
ortiJ Oenl Agt, No. IT Ueaderirk at.
II.tYAHD TA I.Ott'. .M;tV WOIIK.
India, hinu aud Japan.
TOON, NKLnoN A CO., At 'Jul n stream hav jost r
eeived rcaay new an-l Interesting books.
A Tiiit to India, Cliiaa anl Japaji, I
In the year li. Uy BaarJ Taylor.
Am ong the multitude of books pressing forward for pub
lle favor, none will retain a aw la ting hold oa the aeart1
sffee'lons that this. We commend It to lb alien twin ef .
readers." American Imlrt.
. ri:pri:i:tativi: tvonEXt
TOON, NELSON A CO, 44 Caioa Stre-1
liar received the following New Week.
From tv. the Wile ot th First, la Mary, th Mother
f th Second Adara By O. C. Bald a la, 0. O.
Corm and the Doctor ;
Ur, KevelaUoo of a Physician's Wile.
An Autowiography of Oirlhood. By Mrs. Manners. '
"ITTANTKD rVveral First Class Dnseaakera. Ai,
It ral Deat rVwcr. Apply immediately la i
Mitrl. PAI.MkR tliOMAH,
Crau-ber Uoeaw stuikiings,
octlT tf Corner ."iisamer aad Church eta. t
N B Wanted several appreabces, to wa-ss the bmini
wilt b thoroughly taught. I
EEAD AND BE WIJE. i
E It known to th eltieu of Nashville, and th balance '
nt tha Hasaaa Family, 'hat I. i. FLOWARl. N. 41 Un
ion street, have Jut reeetvH a fine assor-wxtit f -late-lea
know to eptietan as ih "Cone a re romrx" ,
lilii nr k-inirn ia tb s community as BRAZ1UAX
PlBKLtX mad frora oVaxi lsn Kaad, whh I ass adUsg to
sell at re aable prres, as foloas :
UoM FrBBM, ' temple .4't DA 1
.Dgl " .-. 1( !
Coin Fin CUver Frame, Kt d Tssaplr S i
" " engb, - ...... t hi
As t seteeting twetaele, I prafrss to know all shoot it, '
havios Pu-I parucuUr aueuUaa to that brae ef tii b
sicess for th Ut ,nty ysars. J. FLO KKit.
ortltf K. 41 TaJua sC, haskrtll. i
To Bailroad Contractors. I
SF4LFH P-ucwaaa will b rerel.ed at th Ar eat ah
I.!,, II td sod Reaiarky Railroad CoaitMBy ta VashvtUe,
Trna , snttl rami day, DecemBev ISth, lNO, for the a
slmctMisi uf Ui 'Uuid trwa Nashviile i the Ksaiacky Lrae,
w her tt meets tb Bendersua aad WatvtUe Kadread
HeBdersos oa th Ohw K.r. 1 a E. A K. R, K. at
torty-eirht del h eg, through a CA.ee try aH adapted for
Rain-sad eoestructicu, and tb work wUl be dird tale
ectkes ef fevM ese at ra, wtit A aay pv
ratefy, or li araol rd iriaJl taeoe BroMaUia. rra.
pwaki assy ale a mad to tHfl tie tatrty ssjss aiy swat (
WabiJs. it.r y the ( I"B r bs o otitiset.
The) ar ea ta road ess taaaet half a mil soag, heavy '
mwA work at varsvas pxbta, Bad I we larg prtdgr. Map.
PreAtae and Flao w d be rdy for rS.atieai oa y Dee. 1st,
aad aay iaforssatiag Baay lata T alrac la aa
(n.Ml ftM L WT N, PrevdeBt.
ru4.trtttS A. ADkttJtt'N, t!il ABgtaeer.
; YOl.Ki AILHICAI
I Agent Wanted in every roomy in this aod atijai Ding States
I To sell the above new and improved
f CORN AND CORR HtlLL.
TO all nrh a rare ehsBe to make money wBI be offered.
Exclusive State aad County privilege will be disposed
' of on Bnusually fair terra?, by application to th proprietor.
! A AU.nCllS A.NIi STOCK RAISERS
i I offer you a Corn and Cob Mill unsurpassed in th Co
lon, and which cannot be tuoercrded by pat or future ia
. ventions. 1: is the very Mill which every Farmer and Stork
I Raier shoo'J have; it will crnsh from 8 to 10 bushel Corn
; and Cob per hour, with one horse; is easily fitted up acd
; managed; weighs 3U los , an I as all cmuct ot the griading
, Aurtaces is prevrwted, will last any f4rmer an ordinary life.
I time. I speak thus of its durability, because 'he s wie
pricciole has been fairly tested in the old Bark MUL Who
: la it that wants
A mil.L OX Tit It I.
! for one mon'h, and if it don't give complete satisfaction, to
return it? If there be any man tbua tiirposed, let hiss arw
' speu'.. Satisfaction is warranted in every case, or th soon
er will be refunded. The Crusher can be attached to horse,
' wator or steam power, whieh renders it the most convenient
: Mill sou'h of Mason's and Dixon's hoe. All other crasher
bow in the Sooth require too much power, or will soon wear
( cut. According to
Tin: laws or sati he,
a Corn ard Cob Mill which admits of a lateral or wahcMng
motion will, oece sari?y, soon wear out; all other Crushers
; r amenable to this grard odjectloa, and the Proprietor
Pa( rot dispute it. Iu the o-'U.tru-Uoo ef tosa Aaxa
10," I have saiskb power, and I prrr o stsamctki I bar
lessened frictk, acd I challsbub otra woaato Ihecootrary;
I have pr. vented a w about g lateral a otion, aad aU ar
compelled to acknowledge it, thrreiore, I assert that H I tar
superior to any ether Mill. I am now selliug thw Tenae
see iuventiun at tbe small sum of
And any one wanting a "good thing,"are earnestly rroieat
d to examine the true merits and prlnriplt of this MiU,
ii.uj ut rropneiors or Agents.
A liberal discount miule to desler.
J. P. DROM(yt.)LE, Si! Pronrietor.
El'U Moore A CO.. 84 Market street, Nahvikf, Mana
faoturers aud General Agrnta.
beaumout. Fail A Co., Clarssiiie, Agents for Montgomery
Ab. Watkins, Pulruki, Agent tor fii'e- County.
Wm. B. Hunt, f jlcm, Ageat -r Franklin County Tena.
and Jackton ouuty, Aia '
James B. Vance, Castahan Sprir j. A,;ent for fumnsr
i J. W Hatcher, Colombia, Agent for t'aury Cou :ty.
j W. M. I'ell, P. M, Rome, Ajrrnt fermith Oount.
J. R. A kin, Charleston. r nt for Dradlry t'ourty.
W. R. buoley A Bro, Loujon, Agsnt for Fust Ternes
M'OT'I h i.it i i i: uiy r
! COIiN AND COB1J MILL
'pilERK are features connected with this Kill worth of
L consittrrrfUoo and cloe rxaminatioo on th prtof
i thoe wishing to i mchaie a Fred Mill
Its me-hunh-al c-j strueti. n "d adptstion to the par.
poors de toned, to eruh and gnr.d e.ir c rn. Iu great ca
pacity, whi.e doii'g sn inimeti-e wmk vith i xtraorriihary
ease, its riurahi'itv i sn'piv pr. viiied lor 1 be c n piete
and entire oi fahlenr. of the Little tii int, reud tu.nits
greater romenh-r-ce tor .luntat:on ar.d 'aim use miM
bie. It rtqoires no mech.inrtil aid or bill o' exwnse to pot
It op; anv larm I; arid or servant ran yut op and sit e
runninn in half an hon tttri. . the t-nneeniroce with which
the sweep may be pphnl to tua hor s ntal as ia auxt
usual or over head, and the trill may be racily attsrh4 '
I wh-re stam or water in os. d. The power It take , requiring
one and two horses The q 'aiitity and quality ot prwiact,
10 to ' butrels ol go.d feed oieni p. r hour, no o'diog to the
( degree ot flnenese g und, and the sixe mill. It ia the
I cheat mdl, all thing conid jr-J, '.here ia before thuu-
j Another thing eonnrc'rd wi:h the Little Giant, as a pa
tent, and worthy of note b th- f rt that there ha Ken ne
Patent K.jjh' .-(eruU'ir gor huiknteriiig about the country,
as Is wol wi h the thousant bungling- m . ks-hill iroi le!
' meats that are got an aa a trad- im rol.v to yet n.on. y by
selling or pulminr tff the pa'rnr r ght m t n the crd i'ohs
. then the machine to be abir.doned ) y all parties as a hum.
buinon the other hand toe I'atrn'ee and Proprietois of the
I Littie tiiant v?!is, b lieving th it they ran aud determined
I that they Mil sopj. y ti e Agricuharali-ts and flock raisers
of our eountr witn a juirerior Mdl, a permanently en
gated In the bnsmrse, und h ive ortroce hundred thousand
dollar invested In the manu'auure cf :hrseB!iIb, in th
lat, West and ."'outh, some or tbe.e estahli.hments r. ploy
ing 60 men sob-'y in this bnnii.-ss tto highly ar thes
mills appreciated, that t ur thou.atid hae teen sold within
the pa eighteen month, and t'.r heaviert arid the reel
ext. nsiv M inufarturrrs of Agricultural ImpU-men s la tbe
I'nited b:ates have eagerly southt an interest iu their aaanu.
tuoture aod ale.
No Implement has heen mi're thoroughly tested; no on
of the kind ha rroeirtd o numerous ,ml hi(;h teskmonial
from rbanln' Inrtitu'es ar.d Agrirultural Associations,
and none, by reason of sunsianti.tl, practical utility and
merit have more fairly ground their war into everyday
use and popular favor than pott's LitVe tiiaut Cuiaaad
Co-b Mill. Orriers prompt )y GU.d.
Liberal discount to dealer.
BKOWN k ANDER50N,
No. -to Market st Nashville, Tenn.
THIRD URGi; I33P0HT.1TI0.,
FOE TEE FALL AND WINTER OF 18M.
RC McNAlKY A CO. will open this day a very larg
stock of rwh and desirable fancy g di. This stock
has beea bought in New York within the iat ten day, prin
cipally for .h, which will enable u to sell to cash and
prompt buyers at very reduced prices. The public ar re
spectlully lnvlte.1 to call and examine their
Rk'h Flounced Kobe, for Eveniug Dresses;
Day and Diuuer do;
" Moire Antiques;
Mous de Line, eut-'rely new;
Cashmeres; " "
Cajhroere Robes d Charabre, entirely aew;
" French Caii. o " -With
many other rich and desirable goods. Call ax ixb
We shall be opening new gno,Is every night this week,
which w will exhibit wit'i pleasure on th succeediug mora
tag. (ocWJlJ R. C. McNAlKY A CO.
.MAItllLK! .nAHIIl.i:!! '
ML. SH ELTON, having resumed the MARBLE
BL'SINFS, solicits his old frimds and the1
pab ie ia general, who may desire work ia his line.
io giv Dun a call at Bis fbop, corner of Church
street and the Nashville and Lhattan.mga Railroad
Ihtunt. H will k ep eonsiantly on hnd a sontdv
of MONUMENTS, lOMHS, Ac, of the flne-t Ital
Amertcao Marble. All work executed in the beat manner,
and warranted. sepxD tf
m it (. i t-A L, i vr it i .ii i; ri.
A LARGE InrJceof Fine Surgical and D'uerting Instra
asenta ha jost been received and for sl at a small
advance n Eastern et.
Students and other, would do we l to call and cxamiaa
th price and quality, befors making their purchases.
Wholesale and Ketial lruggist,
octl Corner Colle aud L'uioB sti-aet.
UU OOVLB. .
J. D0TLE 4 CO.,
swap aiiiil Caautlle .viunufiactnrera
I'arkrrt el Pork and l!e?f
No. il South Front street, N Ail ;VILLE, TENN.
Highest pric paid In cash for Tallow, tiraas, aad
atrd. IrhJ tf
i i. if ! or
BY virtu of B Deed of Trust executed to vt t-y
U J iiu and K. b't lu. h .Ban, I will sell at poh-zXZ
be outcry, ea Um itlJtof ticiuar Best, ou the preaiisea, ill
tiMKM. i n.tn:
And A,0OO Acres f la aid, a-
About th half well timber, d, sitoated ubont 'hre
frooi Palmyra, Teon , ea trw Cumb rtand riser. 1 br
Furnace ia aewly buil', ttm snuk well exreuud and baul y
the direction ot Mr. J L. JaaM-s, a rai-tH-al and well da
eated Iroa man. It is not inlerb r to any a,-vaee ia th
Mat of Trooeeaer, and u adapted to making rroa tf hot
r oold bla.1, wnb ad the oeeTarv ssachinery for Ike par
poee iu good repair The or Banks are within Btli ef
the Frrnao, aad ar belid by good jixlgas t iaea
haadiblc. Tsaaa oe f.LS iis thoosaiul dollars payable la tew
sooths froas th dl uf t' ssle, and th Imiar-ee la ,
tw and ihre yar. -orliB to the term ef the Aeed.
PosseesHia ' be giyn a s-a as th tersn of th sale ar
Any person who Beat res to th property, eaa b sheww
it by J. O. WiactUford. Clarksvdi, r by Tho. ttiaaea,
A live ea th Btwausea
set-ttwtd J. 0 FlUCKLtFORD. Traatew.
Nashville Tree WHi will pubtUh ia tri weekly bil day f
sai. turtmrUU L'krrmu U.
FOWLER &. Nt)RTOV, i
C0XKI3SI05 AICD T0RWARDC5O KERCH AITS,
Agent tor ZlUaoia Citral Bailrssai,
ep)l Uiita (atlfH llllttal.
WATTS, GIVEN & CO
Ktcrlvin & lorfrardin Jlrrchiati,
t J ATI. KG a larg aew aa4 aaaatantial Wharf Boat, all
A A bood vntrtuted to ur car auail
BroSBptnee and despair h.
HEW ILOI It DEPOT.
02Lca oi Laa KatinII City Villa, corner tf Coll?4
acj Iprica Strewts.
j,4 M. HAM MOW t CO .
A .VI t: O A sit latlua a a Baeh-kpr sal.
saw, l a eeaOvnan who ras fw th be f ranw
iriaw m oig vucw.
am itKii iti: ion A.cr.u .
Y Wiia, kasisg haord .ler her breast for
I Urn. Bi Bavicg triea oiServa treauaeal, I
Beradrd Io BCMSsrtak it myv'J, and ia lea Uaa throe
xulU I tff clcd a aoplte care: sdUieagh aha had beea
gtyen ap by her rVwud. a bryad the rearh ef aay
tire, so baa lor th lal year eaj-d belles bvaRa) thaa
art Bad foe suaay years prevbas, an aa store gtvea fort
ta An child, wfo.-A siae surM kcnelt. I Bay ajsa
trvated tal eUir cacrs, aad bat lael with th sast
My uiaMt a kt the aeingof th Ka'V, ar Caastl. r
Mrrcarv, bat it a pere'y kcgelabt. I a areAea t r
euarr . ear, sta k as Feas lBae aad l lear, Btrref
Bia, PLVs, sad all stiMa cng'Batusg hi k auutaer. AH
I BaA ef aamwa Jttteel sua ar cf the saev Bawd
dnwaae. la la gi as a trtat. bar the st aa vara '
thre ahail be etarg. Fsnher iofofs&ata eaa bee'
aia4 y taaiuj aa ass, by letter, at No. lti North Mar
krlstret. JONATHAN THOMa.
JyA-foa ' 1
rs YNTS PL. Cre Gaiters,
I aa Ca f -a.
ys f YauCia TaUBl LaiLr aad Cat Cerrw Raitara
rerel Us-oay- JJ UN 61 AO A.
a 4 41 CMIrg sv