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Democratic Construction of the CoMtitntfoa.
Tlie 4th section of the 4th article of the
Constitution of the State of Tennessee is in
the following words :
44 In all elections to be made by the General
Assembly, the members thereof shall vote tira
oee, and their votes shall be entered upon the
At the recent Convention of the two ITonses
for the purpose of electing State officers, Mr.
Senator Carter ptFered a resolution providing
for the appointment of a committee of three
to wait upon an absent member, and receive
Lis vote for Treasurer, Comptroller and Sec
retary of State, the same to be counted in the
balloting. The Speaker promptly pronounced
the resolution unconstitutional, and being so,
Lis duty, as an officer sworn to 6upport and
protect the Constitution, was clearly to rule it
oat of order. He very properly did this, and
the Convention sustained the decision, all the
American members voting to sustain the deci
sion, aud some of the opposition.
But the Union and American takes the
ground that if the absent member informs a
committee, who are appointed to call upon him
in bin room, that he is for Mr. A. for Comp-1
troller, for Mr. B. for Secretary of State, and
for Mr. C. for Treasurer, that that committee j
can come into the Convention as proxies of the j
absent member, and when his name is called, j
or at any other time during the balloting, cast
his vote in the different elections. In other
words, the Union and American disregards the
obvious fact that the Constitution contemplates
that the member must be inside the bur of the
House before he can be htard opon any qvee
tion. The requisition that he must vote tira
toce, is prima fivcit evidence of this fact. The
assumption that a man can vote tira voce in
any election without being in person within
the hearing of the tribunal or Assembly in
which and with which he is voting, is too ab
surd to require an argument.
"For the following review of" the article in
the Union and American in regard to the pro
ceedings of the Convention, "exactly agreeing
with our own views, we are indebted to the
pen of a friend":
For the Naihville True Whig.
Ma. Editor: A review of the article, from the
" pen of a friend," which appeared in the Union
and American, of Tuesday morning, is hardly
worthy the attention of your readers." Justice,
however, to the rre6idint of the Convention, re
quires, perhaps, a word of reply to that article.
And we will just preface our remarks, by suggest
ing, that the iil temper exhibited by the writer, can
be, we suppose, easily accounted for, and should be,
psrhaps, excused. It has been suspicioned that he
was disappointed in not being allowed to make a
speech at the Convention. If so, bow "manifest
the " tyranny of this ruling." If the gentleman from
. is to be restrained by " usurpations," " not
sanctioned, of course, by the Constitution," " we
submit tohonorable representatives," whether " the
liberties of the people" can be "Jsafely intrusted to
legislative assemblies." Is it not, sir, " a fair il
lustration of the tendencies of knownothingism" t
Who, then, should be astonibhed at the appearance
of a little acid in the gentleman's communication ?
IJow natural, that he should write for the papers
under the circumstances ! That speech had soured
upon the gentleman's mind ! Something bad to be
done. An explosion was apprehended! His arti
cle, filling more than half a column of the Union
W Ameritan, thickly interspersed with italicized
expressions, (intended thereby, to be made more
pungent, we suppose), it is believed, will ultimately
have the effect of relieving him. The burthen,
which " at the risk of his life," was upon him for
some four days and nights, has ben thrown off.
He " is doing," we are told, "as well as could be
eipectod." ' God bless him, say we."
But to his article. The excitement under which
the writer was no doubt laboring, in the preparation
of his article, will account for some errors into
which he has fallen. It was not a " motion," that
Senator Carter introduced, but a resolution. The res
olution, the presiding officer (Mr. Cheatham), thought
wou'd, if adopted, infringe upon a provision of cur
State Constitution, and o declared, ruling it out of j
order. The decision of the President is character- i
iid bv our friend, as " tyranny" He is of opinion ;
t'lat the President had no right to make at y deels- i
ion, in the premises that it was the exclusive perog
live of the Convention to pas upon the constitu
tionality of the resolution, and that "the rights of;
representatives" were "outraged" by the Presi
dent Without stopping to discuss the question,
as to whether the presiding officer had tbe right to
deciJe upon the constitutionality of the resolution,
w will simply state that some gentlemen, " ol as
fair legal attainments" as the gentleman from
. are of opinion, that the President had a
ri&ht to do j'Mt as he did. The more important
question now is, were the rights of anybody affect
ed by the decision of the President f We answer,
no. But it " is the peculiar province of the Leg
islature or Convention," to decide such questions,
ays our friend." Well, we ask him, did not the
Convention decide this very question 1 Upon the
President's announcing his decision, did not " the
gentleman from Wilson" express the hope that a
vote would be Uken by the Convention upon the
question? And was a vote not taken? Tes, sir.
And opon the ayes and nays being called, the de
cision of the President was eustaiued ayes 62,
noea 4i several Democratic members voting with
the majority. So, the question teas decided by the
Convention. Where then is the warrant lr the
offensive expressions used by the gentleman?
But the gentleman from Shelby (Mr. Holmes),
moved the previous question, "which cut off
nil debate," and prevented " the members of the
Pemocratic party" from 44 sustaining or explaining
tbeir position." The gentleman does ' members
of the Democratic party " Injustice. It is true, he
1 J not speak, but others did, in support of the po
I don occupied by the gentleman. Both sides had
been beard upon the question. The motion of
Mr. Holmes cutoff all further discussion. It ef
f cteJ both aides of the House alike. In declining
lo withdraw his motion, Mr. Holmes remarked, that
both sides had been beard" opon the question.
Bo Mr. Holmes' motion was nothing unusual Situ
U r oact, wider like circumstances, are tuade in
both Houses of the Legislature, almost erery day.
The fact that the success of the motion promised
not only to cut the gentleman from
his speech, but to defeat the object of the minori
ty, which was to consume time, and stave off the
business of the Convention, explains the reason
why it was to objectionable at this particular time.
The write' intimates that the President was in
too great a hurry in " announcing the decision of
questions." Now, Sir, whether a presiding officer
is prompt or otherwise, in this part of his duty. Is,
we thiuk, purely a matter of taste. After the Con
vention bad acted, by voting upon a question, the
announcement by the President of the result, did
not affect the question itself. "We have no dispo-
illmn f a An an nna iiiimtlfP " but. it does Seem tO
na. th.t the objection made bv the ceotlcman to
the "promptness of the President," is simply child
fch! But the President ruled the motion of " the
Senator from McMion, out of order," "when the
rules of both Houses, which of course govern them ;
as well iu Convention as otherwise, (provide) that
a motion to adjourn is always in order." Now, Sir,
there are two mistakes in the charge against the
President The rules of neither House apply to a
Convention of the two Houses. And if they did,
according to the interpretation given by the best
writers upon Parliamentary law, of rules similar to
the one referred to by the centleman, a motion to
adjourn is not always in order. A paragraph from
Jefferson's Manual, ws read by "the gentleman
from Wilson," at the time time, sustaining the de
cision of the President Nor did any gentleman
pretend to question the authority.
But we will not take up more of your space, in
an examination of an article that we are satisfied
was what the gentleman calls an "tct of impulse,
irresistible from circumstances;" and which we think,
(without intending to be offensive,) "manifested his
irritation, and not his good sense."
Southern Commercial College.
Nothing has more distinctly marked the pro
gress of Nashville than the erection of her nu
tneroaa institutions of learning. Her Fiee
Schools, Female Academies, Medical College
and University point her out as the great South
ern Emporium of Letters. The patronage.
which went Northward during the past, is be
ing arrested by the provision which we have
made fr the education of Southern Youth
There is nothing truer, than that the children
of tho South should be educated on Southern
oil. It cannot be denied, that Nashville has
taken the lead among Southern cities in this
movement. Her institutions are now estab
lished on a firm basis, and are enjoying a flat
Among institutions of this character we have
been pleased to observe the unobtrusive court-e
of the Southern Commercial College, and been
gratified to witness its gradual increase of pros
perity and usefulness. It was established t
number of years ago, and has been gradually
growing in favor with our citizens, nntil it may
now be regarded as one of the most permanent
and successful institutions in the State. It has
educated some of the most prominent young
men of business in the whole Southwest. It
has been attended by young gentlemen from
nearly all the Southern States, and at present
numbers many non-residents in the list of its
students. Its reputation is not confined to
Nashville or to Tennessee, but pervades the
surrounding States, although no undue or
forced means have been nsed to spread a good
report of it. Such an institution is much needed
in Tennessee. The impression is too prevalent,
that a special commercial education is not es
sential to eminent skill and success in business.
Such ideas may have suited the old-fogy con
dition of things thatprevailed here some ten
or even five years ago. But the acute obser
ver will perceive a striking improvement in the
standard of commercial intelligence. Trade
has become grestly diversified, and competi
tion has so increased, that none but the skillful
and well informed stand any certain chance of
success. In former years, it was sufficient to
offer as good wares as the market afforded; but
now, the merchant must know how to offer his
merchandise to the best advantage, aud bow to
stem the tide of competition. Much of this
knowledge, to be sure, is to bo acquired in the
market-place, the connting-room, and on the
street, bnt the foundation is most securely laid
in the Commercial College. It is like a knowl
edge of surveying, which is to be learned both
in tho field and in the school-room.
We have availed ourselfof a recent oppor
tunity to visit the Commercial College, and
have obtained some insight into its operations.
We may say with confidence to distant pat
rons, that it is under the management of gen
tlemen, whose private worth and skill as IYo
fessors, eminently entitle them to the success
they are reaping. We believe they are compe
tent to impart a practical and thorough knowl
edge of the subjects which they profess to
teach. The course is ample in its range, and
the mode of instruction we believe to be such,
as to communicate the knowledge to the hum
blest intellect It embraces lectures upon and
practical illustra'ioiis in all the departments of
Book-Keeping, Mercantile Calculation, and
Commercial Law. It is in the hands of gen
tlemen who understand these various branches,
and whose reputations are a sufficient guaranty
of the benefit which the student will enjoy un
der their tuition. We cannot too highly re
commend it to the consideration of young gen
tlemen who are desirous of obtaining a more
thorough and accomplished knowledge of busi
ness, than is to be acquired in the hurried rou
tine of actual commerce.
In the Se-nate,n the morning, j-etitions were
presented by Mr, JoIiLbdd from citizens of Da
vidson, for the new county of Cumberland,
and from citizens of Robertson for the same;
Mr. Rogers, from the Grand and Fetit Ju
rors of Knox county, for the establishment of
a Crimina' Court at Knoxville; and Mr. Fal
more from citizens of Memphis for Banking
Privileges, tor Brokers and Exchange dealers,
all of which were appropriately referred
Senate Resolution directory to the Committee
on Ways aud Means, in regard to the subject
of Merchants' License, and resolution directory
to the Judiciary Committer, for the benefit of
private c'aimai.ts against the State, were adopt
ed. Houe bills for the benefit of the Jews of
Davidson oonntj; to authorize the Mobile aud
Ohio RailmaJ to borrow money; and to in
corporate the Methodist Church at Carter's
Station Camp Ground, sevet ally paed third
reading. Several House and Senate bills pass
ed 1st and Sd reading.
Iu the tvebitg, five thousand copies of the
report of the Comptroller of the Treasury
were ordered to le printed. Mr. Fletcher in
troduced a bill to authorize the election of ad
ditional Justices of theTeace, in certain case
and for other purposes.
In 04 ', in the raoruirg, the tills pre-
' sented were mostly of a local character, and
the same remark will apply to the bills passed
OD lulru reaumg. auo icouiuuuu hilu mo
. .. . " , ...
Senate proposing a conierence 01 tue wiiumit-
tees on Tippling of the two Houses, to frame a
law which will meet the wants of the people
of the State, in regard to the liquor traffic, was
In the afternoon,' Mr. Newman submitted a
proposition to amend the Constitution of the
State, so as to make the Secretary of State,
Treasurer and Comptroller elected by the peo
ple, which lies over. Bills were introduced
by Dannington, to chnnge the present system
of penitentiary lahoi , and by Mr. Kinney, in
relation to the duties of Justices of the Peace
! in certain cases.
Wedsesdat, Oct 31.
Mr. Rodgers presented a petitiou from the grand
and petit jurors of Knox countv, praying the estab
lishment of a criminal court hi Knoxville; referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Johnson: A petition from citizens of David
son and Robertson counties, praying tne establish
ment of a new county, to be taken from Davidson,
Robertson and Montgomery; referred to Committee
on New Counties.
Mr. Palroorv: A petition from certain citizens of
Memphis, praying the repeal of the 1st section of
the act of 1827, ch. 85, imposing certain restric
tions upon Brokers; referred to the Committee on
House resolution requesting Congress to estab
lish a National Agricultural Bureau, was Uken up,
and on motion of Mr. Whitthorne, laid on the table,
Senate resolution appointing John Meigs State
Librarian, was taken up, and on mouoncf Mr. Tut
ney, kid on the table.
Resolution directory to the Committee on Ways
and Means, was read and adopted.
Resolution directory to the Judiciary Committee.
on the subject of merchants' license, was read aud
House Bills on Third Readino. Bill to amend an
act to incorporate the Jews of Nashville; passed
Bill conferring additional powers on the Mobile
and Ohio R. R Company to borrow money; passed
Bill to change the name of Sampson Stewart
laid on the table
Bill to charter the Methodist Church at Carter's
Station Cuup Ground in Greene county; passed.
House Bill on Sec nd Heading Bill to amend
an act incorporating the Columbia and Fountain
Creek Turnpike Company; passed.
Bill to establish a Chancery Court at the town of
Altainont, in Grundy county; passed
Bill to change the county line between Hickman
and Lewi; passed, and referred to Committee on
.New Counties and Countv Lines.
House BMt on first Heading. Bill to alter the
dividing line between McMiun and Monroe counties;
pessed, and referred to Committee on New Counties
and Countv Lines,.
Senate Bills on S'cond Reading. Bill to direct the
payment of taxes on land in certain cases; passed
Bill to incorporate the Synod of West Tennessee;
Bill to repeal the law taxing Masonic, Odd Fel
lows' and Temperance Halls; passed aud referred
to Committee on Ways and Means
Bill for the benefit of Mechanics, 4c; passed and
referred to Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Hall introduced a resolution appointing a
committee to meet a committee of the liouse, on
the subject of Law Reform adopted aud transmit
tod to the House.
Mr. Dalle w: A bill authorizing a transfer of
Cruucery suits from Athens to Harrison passed
The Senate then adjourned to 3 P. M.
On motion of Mr. Stokes, Ti.OOO copies of the Re
port of the Comptroller were ordered to be printed
for the use of the Senate.
Mr. Rodgers, from the Judiciary Committee, re
ported back a bill to establish a Court of Common
Law west of the Reel Foot Lake, with an amend
ment in lieu, which was put on the Calendar.
Mr. Fletcher introduced a bill authorizing the
election of additional Justices of the Peace in cer.
tain cases; passed.
Adjourned to 10 O'clock to-morrow.
HOUSE OF REPRETEXTATIYES.
WlDNESDAT, Oct SI.
Mr. Burch: A petition from merchants of Hamil
ton county, on the subject of merchants' tax. Re
ferred to Committee on Ways and Means.
Mr. Holmes: A petition from citizens and mer
chants of Memphis, praying for the repeal of the
act of 1827, in relation to brokers and exchange
dealers, xtelerred to Committee of nays and
Mr. Dortch: A bill to amend the act establishing
the State Agricultural Bureau ; passed first reading
and referred to Committee on Agriculture.
Mr. Carlock: A bill to incorporate the Hibernia
Miuniug Company; passed first reading.
Mr. Newman: A bill to protect barn-yards and
stock yards, and for other purposes; passed first
Mr. Holmes: A bill to incorporate the CollierviNe
Female College in Shelby county; passed first read
ing. Senate resolution proposing a conference of the
committees on tippling of the two houses, for the
purpose of drafting a law to meet the wants of the
people of the Stale, was Uken up and rejected.
On motion of Mr. Bullen, House bill to authorise
the Broyles and Uenshaw Turnpike Company to
build a bridge across Nolachucky river, was taken
up and Senate's amendments non-concurred in.
House Luis on Third Reading. To give Presley
Carden further time to complete his turnpike road
in Carter county passed.
To ctmrter tlie Kuoxville Building and Loan As
To repeal the first three sections of an act pre
scribing the duties of renter passed.
To amend the charter of Mississippi, Central and
Tennessee Railroad Company passed.
To charter the City Building and Loan Associa
tion of Nashville passed.
To repeal all laws incorporating the town of Co
luuitius in Polk county passed.
Ihe Uouse then aljo trued to 1 ocloca P. M.
Mr. Newman submitted a proposition to amend
the constitution of the Slate, so as to make the
Secretary of State, Treasurer aud Comptroller elec
tive by tbe people. Lies over.
Mr. Dunnington: A bill to changs the present
system of penitentiary labor; passed first reading
and referred to Coiuiuillen on Peniteutiary.
Mr. Kinney; A bill to amend the act of 1850, to
relation to tbe duties of Justices of the Peace in
certain cases; passd first reading.
House Bills on Third Reading. To charter the
Washington Fire Company of Memphis amended
To regulate tbe appointment of Attorneys Gener
al pro tens. The recommendation of the Judiciary
Committee that it be rejected, was non-concurred
in, and then, on motion of If r. Tipton, the bill was
The Uou&e theii adjourned to 10 o'clock to-morrow
Arrival of the Black Warrior.
Xbw Oklbaks, October 20. .
Tho steamship Black Wtrrior bas arrived at this
port, with advices from Havana to the l"th instant.
They are not, however, important.
Laur from Mexico.
New OrxKAkB, Oct, 20.
Later dttes have been received from Mexico an"
nouncing the capture of San Louis Totosi. The
National Guards were organizing throughout tbe
country, to be in readiness to march on the city of
Mexico, u soon as Vidaurri should think proper.
Later from Texas.
New Obxbavs, Oct 20.
Advices front Texas state that the official account
proves that Ward, Democrat, has been elected to
Cos greet from the Eastern District
Another fight had taken place between Captain
Callahan and the Mexicans and Indians, in which the
town of lliedrae Negras was burnt. CapL Callahan,
it is reported, bad returned to Sao Antonio for re
infurceuieota. It was also rumored that the enemy
croeaed in Urge numbers over to the Texas side of
the Rio Grande, and at a meeting held at Saa An
toclo it was resolved to raise lmnwdiately loOO me
The Texas Debt Bill bu been defeated by three
thousand majority. i
MKnenisTs' Exchakgr. The Superinten-d-mt
of the Merchants' Exchange has renewed
the arrangement, by which daily despatches
from the principal markets, will be received
and read hereafter at 3 "o'clock precisely.
Members of the Chamber of Commerce are
entitled to the benefit of these despatches, and
are expected to attend every evening punc
tually. FutEMAs'tf Ball. Broad Street Fire Com
pany give a ball to-night at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, the proceeds to be nsed in proenring a
working uniform for the Company. We doubt
not the enjoyment of the occasion will be fine.
The table will be prepared by Mrs. Greig.
Accident on ins Georgia State Road.
We are indebted to Mr. McCann, fur the fol
Chattanooga, Oct. 81.
The express train op, ran off the track near
Chickamauga, about daylight this morning, killing
the engineer and two firemen and smashing up seven
Wno Wants Moxet ? The Building Asso
ciation will 3ell to-night at the Merchants' Ex
change, about $6,000 to the highest bidder.
Those who happen to be in want, would do
well to attend.
A number of shares in the Current River
(Missouri) Copper Mining Company, will also
be offered for sale, together with several shares
Building and Loan Association stock.
Fisk Carriages. Those in want of any
thing in this line, are referred to the advertise
ment of Cram & Shepherd. These gentle
men are practical workmen of the first clusa,
and personally superintend their own estab
lishment. The specimens recently exhibited b)
them, and which secured a premium at the
Fairs, are amide evidence of the superiority of
V. T. Ben j & Co. have laid on our table a
copy of the November No. of Harper. It is as rich
Advance is Freights. The Louisville Courier
of the 3oth, says:
In consequence of the rapid fall of the river,
Southern freights have again advauced on the ouo
tations in the Courier of yesterdav. Pound freights
are taken at 50c; potatoes, perbbl., 65c; flour 75;
and other articles in proportion. The large boats
that contemplated going out have given up their
trips, and others are advertising for passengers on
ly, refusing to take Irieght.
Anotiieb Wiho Lktteu. The Hon. Daniel
D. Barnard has written a long an d able letter,
iu which besets forth his reasons for clinging
to the old Whig party, and especially for de
clining to act with the Republican-, as recent
ly organized in New York. He thinka that
the Whig party ought to be re-organized so far
as possible immediately; and 44 if they do not,
as." he says. 44 they probably cannot at this
late day, set up generally their own candidates,
their instinct, and principles can hardly fail to
direct them, among the parties and candidates
in tbe field, where to cast their votes so that
they may be most effective for the common
safetv and eood of the country." lie closes
thus: ' .
44 1 have been a -Whig from honest conviction,
and I shall not now relinquish or unlearn the sacred
lessous which have -become part of ray nature, by
long connection with that school of patriotism, hon
or and virtue. But names are not everything with
me; they do not take the place of principles. I
cherL-h the name of whig, but if the Whig party
has been so pared and lopped away on one aide and
another, that not enough of its vast old frame re
mains to enabla the political physiologist to recon
construct it, and set it on its legs aain, then if I
see a anion of men of national sentiments aud ob
jects, just such as the true Whigs have always
cheriHhed and maintained, prepared to make a stand
for the Constitution and the Union, against combi
nations which threaten to overthrow them, I shall
be found, as far as my vote and my humble influ
ence may go, of their party, by what name soever
it may be called.
New Orleans Market.
New Oaluss, Wednesday Nifrht, Oct. 94.
C ottos There has been fair demand to-day, and 4,100
bales have been sold at yesterday's decline.
Inferior none (Middling Fair 9 (?9'f
Ordinary 7 7 rair 10 mH
Middling 8 8), KJood Fair 11&
Oood Middling.... 9 a fVOood and Fine....
Cotton and Tobacco Statement
ALBS OTTOS. BHDS TOBACCO.
"lock on hand Sept. 1. 1355,,
deceived since 2f,S9t
Exported to-day 8,669
Kxport-d previously.... 124,052
4,556 4 564
Stock on hand not cleared
ToBioeo Not a transaction reported.
Leaf, Inferior to Fair
Choice and Selections
.. - H a! !c.
. .. nominal.
Fcosa Sales about 100 hhds. old at steady
to Prime 6aGV and S new Fair at 6c.
Molshsss S bbls. were taken at X 8C( prime rrboiled
at t-f, i6 prim new at Si, and 16 choice at 83c per gallon.
Gun T UiGS-Slill on the advance. Kale l,lJ0 bales as
follow : 826 light at 17; tl at IT; and 491 at In; each
We hard also of additional tales of "0 to b'f) bales, but
did not ascertain the prices.
Corral Sales 875 bags Rio at 10?4, and 1100 at He ji fi.
Exobasobs Very little alteration.
8 erhng l7i' cent prem.
Franes SS5Vi J dollar
New York Sixty Psy Bills Vt.4f V cent dit.
New York Sight Checks discount.
Fshobts advancing. 9,o00 bales ot cotton shipped to
Liverpjol at 1S-16-1, and shipmasters asking d.
Jefferson City Cattle - arket
Wbukbsdat Niost, Oct. 24
Arrived to-day 121 bead ef cattle. Is) hogs. .'80 sheep and
latrbs, 84 milch eows, and 12U ctlves and yesrhngs. The j
wiarsei is nm pooriy upmcu wun iremro oeet. ins sup
ply of other stuck is ample, and prices firm at yesterday's
Beef Cattle, (Western,) fine to choice.
rough to fair..
M 14 Texas and AUakapas-...
Sheep in Iota, per head
Milch Cews, ordinary, per bead
Calves and Yearlings
8 00 (ft 4 u0
, 4 M
IS" Tbe Tublic will do well to read that long ad
vertisement of New Books, by Smith. Among them
are some remarkably interesting works, end they
are offered at tbe lowest prices. Call and see them.
IIAHPEK. , '
TOON, NILSON CO. have HA ITER for -November.
HATING take charge of this Hotel, 1 have ar
ranged to rent and furnl-h t in a style to
snake it a comfortable and agreeable borne, f r ail
who may favor sse with a cad. A share of patni-
ag la respectfully 4 lei ted. l. T. SCOTT,
COPPER MIXIXa STOCS AT AUCTION.
I WILL seTlonTHCRSDAT WIOHT, Not. 1. li'J. at the
Merchants Exchange, immediately after sale of Bul'-ding
and Loan Association Btoniea, es) share Current River
Mining Company Copper Stock, en a credit of four and s!jht
moath, for notes with approved eadaners, payable in
Also, tot cash, tS share Bonding and Loan Association
Stock. novl It) K. D. FARNSWORTU.
ROOKS AT ACCTIO.1,
ZENJ. r. SHIELDS,
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Kveniuga, at early eaadle hs-tit, an assortaaent of
BOOKS la the varies dcpartsMBt of Literature,
aovl CUAi. IUX, Auctioneer.
" nn puno tor e ile.
JC8T reeeived oa cnewigTiBseot, a tne ROSEWOOD PIANO
vea and a ejoarter Ortavw lro Frsme, sshielt wtd
be sold cheap for cam, or at 4 mo , tor paper satlsfsy-tenr to
tbe owner. tENJ. f. euiU3.
Third m'frht of the re engagement of the distintr'shed
American Tragedian Mr. James E. Murdoe'-, who will appear
in Tragedy anU Comtdy THE STRANGfcR and MV ALSI.
Miss C. M yette as Mrs. Hauler.
lhurfday Evening, Nov. 1, will ba acted the pathetic
p!yof THE STRANGER.
To concla e wi h he petite Comedy of MT AUJTT, or
Lore and Champaigne.-
In rehearsal the Comedy of the ELDER BROTHER.
REAL ESTATE AGE2TCY.
I 'RAVE concluded to connect with iry former burines the
selling of Lxndi, Town LoU, Renting Houses, Ac I han
now on hand, for sale, several cegi oes, amongst them a wo .
man 24 years o d, that I will guarantee to be a No. 1 cook,
washer and ironer, good M-amHress, and good general house
servant, a plrl Ig years old, and a hoy of the same age. I
have pledged my word not to sell thefe neeroes to go Sontb
and want to select good homes for them; and should the
purchaser not bt rdeised, be cn return them and g-1 hit
money. octal REESW. fORTER.
HANDSOME INCOME TO B3 MADE AT HOME.
" 'HE above can be made in every Town and Coont
A throughout the UDion, by engigicgin the mannfactur
and sale of an article, upon hicti, r an outlay of tl , one
thousand dollars a year may be mkd. Th a tide is one oi
universal daily consumpiion. and one that has puzzled the
bruins of some of tha mt eminent Philosophers.
It is (elf evident that it is destined to btrome one of the
most necessary of the necessities of life. The article is one
that will have as ready and permam nt sale as Sour
full particulars will be sent by mull, on the receipt of MX
cents, or an equivalent In Pott Office Stamps," Specimen
senj wh?n rt q-iired. Add res'.
JAME T. II0RNE A CO ,
oct31 Ira B'tx 4 551, Po.-t Office, Hew York.
FOSTEB'S ADDITION TO EDGEFIELD.
ON WEDNKSDAY, the 7th of November next, on the!
premises, we will sell theremi.lnderof Foster's Addition
to Edgefield. Our bill of particulars will be read v as soon ,
as poasibie. LISD.SLEY A CROCKtTT,
Si College street, f
E. R. Glcocc, Anctioneer. octSl td i
FOR SALE OS KENT, j
A FARM containing d2 acrs, situated onfTl J
the Charlotte Turnirilte, 4 miles from Naville.iXl
Said farm has a good Well on it, and abundance ( '
young. Kruit Trees, and contains one of the best garden
suutf of d acres) to be found anywhere in the Coouty a !
comfortable frame Dwelling, with four rooms and hall, and ;
necessary ont-houfes, stable. Ac. and best f t all, is one ol
the hcal'lueit plxces anywhere near Nashville. f r further
intormHtion apply to R. a. KAI.LOWE,
"8t Gen'I Ag't, No. IT Deaderick st.
I'ltC.flll.n CAItlt IA4JIC FACTO It Y.
JUST finished 1 Fine Caleche Rockaway: JtfRi Xf
1 Fine F.m.ly Barouche: 0Sfc!3 T
8 Fine Buggies; xSJ
which are offered on li eral terms for cah.
or jrootl pap. r. The public are respectfully invited, I
tui: i.auils i I'Aitnct iait, i
to call find examine that Fine Premium Bugy, at our Ware
Ki'om, Cooper's BuiMing, Corner of Cherry and llt-aHerick '
streets. 'S CRAM A SllEPHKRI). I
ruiMin vi w.ti.ii papi k.
FROM the ManufHCtnry of M. DE . i'OOURT of PR'S,
to whom whs avardr'l th Srtt premium at the Losdos
t'XHiRiiuiN and the Vtv Yon Woains Fair.
We also seep constantly on hand a larire and beautiful va
riety manu Metered expre-sly for u in this city and the
Eastern M irket Purchasers will And our present assort
ment superior to that ot any previous sea-on.
Done in the best manner by competent workmen.
corjMTit v iii:uriiA rs
Supplied at the lowest wholesale rates.
W. W. FINN,
No. 41 Markrt street,
oct.M lm Between Union and the Square.
VT I'lf'K Owing to our detention East, frm protrao
X ted ilinex, no pecirn ns of our stoclt were exhibited
ai the late Mechanics' fair. W. W. FIXN
NASHVILLE & CHATTAN003A RAILROAD
Ci-iQ C-"-.-v3 CvKh3 C'i&Q Jrrl
Sg$fe V?rG& 1T2F&
fN and after Sunday, Oct. 23, two Daily Passenger Trains
will De run as follows ,
Day Train Leaves Nashville at T.30 A. M., arriving at
Chattanooga at 4.2U P. M. 1
iiKht hxprnss Train Leaves Nashville at 8.80 P. M., arriv
ing at Ohivuniioga at 6.10 A. M.
RETURN IN(J-lHy Train Leaves Chattanooga at 9 A. M.,
and arrive- at Nashville at 4 5d P. M.
ight Express Leave Chattanooga at 6.30 P. M., and ar
rives at Nashville at 6.2U A. M.
H. I. ANDERSON,
oct3) Superintendent N. 1 C, IE.
Cone Cut C( rners.
The Hidden Pa'h.
Memoirs ot Bennett.
Peg Wolfing'on. !
A Long Look Ahead.
Ida May. .
Bell Smi'h Abroad.
The Wife's Victory,
ft race Ie.
Which, the Ristht or Left.
The K-caped Nun.,
The Master's House,
The Summer Land
Fashion and Famine.
Kob of the BowL
My Brother's Keeper.
The Old Farm House.
Ellie or Human Comedy.
Keeps trim a Belfry.
The Oid Inn.
big bear of Arkansas.
I Peter Ploddy. .
Louisiana Swamp Doctor.
Tbe English Orphans.
Greece and the Oolden Horn.! Easy Nat,
Wide, Wide World.
Memories over tha Water,
lugenae by Dumas
Commerce of Prairies.
Lolly and Lowly.
Barclays of Boston.
Women of Israel.
Flood and Field.
Cloud and Sun-hlne.
The Money Maker.
Bertha and Li!y.
Substance and Shadows.
I ae Been Thinking.
Streaks of rqu:itter Life.
Misfortunes of Peter Faber.
Stray Sul jects.
Drama at Pokervllle.
Ac., Ac, Ac,
CHARLES W. SMITH.
F.or sale by
15. LANIER & CO.
(Successors to Hart A noilirgsworth,)
o. 5 .Tlarkrt Street TVasilivlllc,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liquors.
MART I N,
8 NORTH EPKTJCE ST.,
FOR SALE AT PUBLIC ATJCTI0S.
ON SATURDAY, the 3d of November next, I will sell to
the highest bidder, without reserve, the resident part of
the Brewery property, fronting S'X feet on Jefferson street,
and running back 97 feet on Cherry street, to a 10 foot alley.
The House contains S rooms Hall above and below with
porch back; bake ovrn and large basement; well cemented
pavement in front; all enrloeed.
T Ell MS : B5m cash. $mi tn four months; the balance In
one, two and three years, with interest.
R. A. B U.LOWE,
Ocn'l Agt, No. 17 Dtaderkk st.
E. R. GlssOoCB, Au-ttonesr. oct. 9 td
-l.VV.A 11, A LtrriKltl.
JASPER COCSIT ACADEMY LOTTERY !
By Authority o the State of Georgia.
71 n c o h , G a
112,000 O It 5 .
$ 3 o ToTo ,
7 ILL be distributed at CONCERT HALL, Macon, Ga.,
I V December. 15, 155, according U the following nw-
nifl(.en, ,nd tiprcedenied Scheme, under the sworn suu-
ennteudeuce oi Col. lLO. M. LOOAN and JAS. A. NiabhT,
C laast II. Capital 12,000.
One Prise oi...
... 8 754
IS AppreviauUMa Pis
. l' are-.
. 50 are..
. 25 are..
Vil Prises, amoantlng to IM),))
Oniy 10,IhK) numbers. Tickets t. Halve 2 .t. Quart.
f)l x". In this N-hem if yon draw anvthtng, even the low.
est prise, it w II be Ave times the cost of tbe ticket. Prise
payable in full without ded tko and every f roe is drawn
at each Drawing, and some person most st them. Order
strictly confidential. Drawings sent to ord r Registered
letters at my nsk. Bills on all solvent Banks at !ar.
Ad res JAA F. WI.XTER,
oct2-tJ Macon, Ga.
"GARDNER, SKEPHERO & CO.,
WHOLESALE SEALERS IN
SHOES. HATS & STRAW GOODS.
.Mo. SO PuMleXqaarr,
Foi ii to rivr in Himr.n cakc w
searonable HATd, BOCTS AXD SHOE" bav been
ad Jed to t.r stork by very recent arrivals, to which the at
tcnt on of tbe 1 RADK is partwnla'ly Inviu-d.
octti7 GARDNER, bUEPHECD t CO.
FIREMEN'S 0 RAND SOCIAiTbaLL,
BROAD sTkELT FIRE COMFA1T SO.
fropoee giving a
CUAsl MH1AL HALL
AT OSB rsULOWf' Bill,
oaTUCESDAT KTENLNO, Ns. Ist.atl.i' o'doeh.
A. J. TTLxa,
R. F ass.
B. &. Crrrra,
W. H. Oaa,
11. H at-Uial,
8- F. octo,
A. J. Tbustos.
Ja. Moasta, .
Jao. U. Fasasa.
Jsk A Laua,
Ja. vTaixsh, Ja.
II. ft. F srraa,
Jistnl R. McOcstaa,
Tick'te V a at th aVf aad by the Manager. Fvic
ra sWUar. IfcetfT 1
NEVV PUljJLJ ITIONS
ORATORS Alf D STATESMEN.
TITS MOST SJTIXZXT
O HA TORS AND S TA TES1TEX
Of ANCIENT AND MODERN TIMES.
Containing sketches ol the lives, specimens of their elo
quence, and an estimate of the r genius. By Dins A.
Charles James Fox.
?hn C. Calhonn.
John 1 helpot Cnrran.
Kichvd brinslry Sheridan. Edward Everett.
One vol. Sro , cloth. Just received by
W. T. BERRT A CO.
. CV EVUL1MI BOOKS.
W. T. BERRT k CO., have just receiVfd
THE OLD PRINTER AND THE MODERN PRESS. By
ONCE UPON A TIME. By Knight.
J0HN3ONS TTPOGRAP1IT. vols.
THE LAND WE LIVE IN. A Literary and Pictorial
Sketch-Book of the Britbh Empire. By Charles Knight.
2 vols ,9vo.
IIALFHOCRS WITQ THE BEST AUTHORS. By
Charles Knight. 2 vols.
LEARNING AND WORKING. Six Lectures concerning
this Time and the Times of Old. By Frederick Denison
Mauric, 51. A-, Chaplain of Lincoln's Inn.
CHEMISTRY OF CCHM0N LUE-COMPLETS.
XV. T. lSCKIi Y A' C O.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FIFTH EDITION,
In 2 vols., 12mo., cloth, of
THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFB. By James F.
W. Johnson, M. A., F. R. 8., 4c, Author of "Lectures on
Agricultural Chemistry1 and Geology," etc, etc Illustrated
with 113 wood engravings.
TABLK OF CONTENTS.
The Air we Breathe,
Th- Water we Drinlc,
The Soil we tiltivate,
The Plant we rer,
The Bread we Eat,
The Beef we Cook,
The Beverages we infnse,
The Sweets we Extract,
The Poisons we Select,
Ihe Odours we Enjoy,
The f metis we Dislike,
What re Breathe, and Breathe
What, How, and Why we Di-
The Body we Cherish,
The Liquors we ferment.
The Cin-ulit'ou cf Matter,
The Narcotics we Indulge in, A Recapitulation,
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
From thj Newark Daily Advertiser.
We know of no other work which, within so small a com
pass, so well ard so -atisf-torily present the chemical and
physi-'logical wondirs which surround us; and that too, in
a manner so free from technicalities, th t the verint tyro
in the science cannot be otherwise than interested and in
structed. From the Utica Gazette.
Much scientific inlortUHtion L here presented in a con
densed and interesting form, making a volume of high prac
From the Rochester Union.
This work is one of the most valuable that can be given
to the American public. It should be in every family, aud
in every school and public library in the iand.
From the Albany Atlas.
These two volumts, which curtain an immt-n amount
of instructive matter, are as intereMiug as a story bo ,k.
From the Trov Iiaily W big.
It is adaptd to the comprehension of the unlearned in
technical chemistry, as well " to Ihe learned, and the co
pies treated are so usrfil, that it is s.tving no more than
justice requires, to assert that it ouhl to be i j every horn
in the country.
From the St. L u s Intelligencer.
This Is a work lor the youth as Well as the grown man for
tbe scholar as w-.-ll as t he mechanic and we ran cordially
recommend it a? not only in a hi-h degree valuab.e for its
solid instruction, but also as a profitable source of enter
tainment From the Louisville Courier.
There Is not one essay in these volumes that ran fail to
rivet the attention of any one fjud of reading. It Is a de
lightful book fir a fumilji cucle. oc'.U
V A LI AItLL HOOKS.
W- T. BERRY & CO , bave jut received
1. Conde'i Uirtory of the Arabs in Fpaia.
2. Guixot's History of Civilisition. 8v.
8. Fa'eoer's Classical Antiquities,
4. Longinus on the Sublime. 1 vol.
5. Dante's Divine Comedy : the Infvrno. A pare transla
tion by Carole.
S. Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered.
I. The Legislative Guide.
8. Irving's Life of Wa.-hington.
9. Benton's Thirty Years in the Senate.
10. Webster's Complete Works. 4v.
II. Calhoun's Works. 4 vol.
13. Napier's Battles of the Peninsular.
13. Napoleon In Exile by O'Meara.
14. Lascases' Memoirs of Napoleon.
15. Abbot'.'s Life of Napoleon.
IS. t-trickland's Lives of the Queens of England. 8 vol.
17. Lives of the Princesses ol England,
THE copartnership heretofore existing under tbe Ann and
style of liiaT A HoLLtsuswosra, was dissolved on the
24th inst., by mutual eonent.
All persons indebted to the late firm are requested to make
t ither partner is authorised to use the name of the firm
in liquidation only. HKNRV HART, Ja.,
ocUV lw 8. N. HOLUNUtiWORTU.
NEW ARRIVALS OF LADIES' FLUE SHOES.
LADIES' Kid R R. Boots and Boots and Buskins;
" Front and Side Laced hih Uaitera;
" y,e Kid M ivh lju-ed Buskins:
" " " Thick foled Bu.kms;
M u gtitche.1 Wslking ahoes,
" Cloth Thick Soled Huskins;
Misses high U. U. Gaiters: Just r-pened by
oct25 43 College street.
CI ENT8 Superfine Ca.f Stitched Waterproof Boots;
I " Double S led Boo s, Sewed and Pegged, of every
description. Just opened by JuHN RA.MAOK.
oct23 42 College street.
KEEP THE FEET LET.
OTERSMOES and Co k roles;
Ladies Gum Buskins and Sandals;
flentlemen's Gum and Thick Overshoes;
Boys' and Misses' Overshoes;
Coi k Soles firr Ladies and Gentlemen, Misses and
Boys. Just received ty JOkiN KAMAGt
oci25 41 College St.
I ssi is Hl-.vr For Ihe etuuing year.
V Dwelling House, on Cherry street, next door south of
Lincoln Hail, containing Six rooms, with dining room,
kitchen aud cellar in tlie basement.
R. A. HALLO Wt,
octsa Genl Ag't, No. IT iedertck st.
ItAVAlIU TA I.Oll'A .MiW HOUK.
ndiat China and Japan.
TOON, NkOON A CO, 4t I'd ion street, have just re
ceived many new and interesting books.
A Tisit to India, Cai&a and Japaa, '
In the year IjM. By Bayard Taylor.
" A ong tho multitude of books pressing forward for pub
lic favor, none will retain a more la -ting bold oa the Heart'
sSec, ions that this. We commend It to th attention of
readers." American Jnder. '
. keihk!i-:.tativi: wo.nc.f.
TOON, NEI.S0N A CO, 44 t'nio Street
Have received Oie followiug New Works.
From Eve, the Wife ol the First, to Mary, th Mother
of the Second Adam. By G. C. Baldwin, D. D.
Cora and the Doctor ;
Or, Revelations or a Physician's Wife.
An Autobiography of Girlhood. By Mrs. Manner.
" TO IMf KSVYIAKEltS.
"T ANTED Several First Class Drtssmaker. Also, scv
11 eral neat Sewers. A tp!y Immediately to
mkj. palmer iiiumas.
Crntcher liouse Huiklitigs,
oct 1 7 tf Corner Summer and Church St.
N B War ted several apprentices, to wtuai lb bsuiaesa
will be tliorouchiy taught.
READ AND BE WISE.
BI it known to the cit sees of siashvllle, sod the balanco
of the Human Family, 'hat I. J. FLOWERS, No. 41 L'n
ioa street, have jnst received a flee assor'ment of -
tstrlrsH ktown to opttciaos as tbe -Concave f""
Ulaswre better known in th s cmmoalty as BRAZILIAN
PEHtiLLS. made from BraSi Un Sand, which 1 am wilUng to
sell at rs-asrnabie prices, as loVs :
4old Frame, Sit le Ismpie n i
Single - 1
Coin Tne Sltver Frame, ""de Tempk
Smgl- t SO
As te selecting SectcU, I proves to know all about It,
ksv.ns paid pariirtilar aitenitoa to that braaath of the bw
iueas fur tha lt twsaty years. J. FLbWEKA,
oei9 tf N. II rooa st, Nashville.
To Ilailroid Contrsctors.
SEALED Frjpals will be rerivd at tbe cuV of the
EaI; a.kl and Kai ky Kai.iuad Csoixny m NasbniM,
Tenn , nul saturasy, bee"-ber ltth, K-N tne the eoa
strwewan of tn tud from Naabvilie to the Ksntocky Laaa,
where U meets the lien terson aud Saivuie Railroad so
He lemon on the Ohm R.vr. The E. A K.. R. R- ss abesst
sbrtyrtght m.les I g, Ihraogh a cjr try wen adapted hi
Railrosd eututrucuoo, and the work wij be divvtrd tele)
saetk-es of aUut one Bail eath. wbk h may be Wd lot sepa
rately, or the wa road included to one prwsUu. Tro
tsawle n.ar aiso be saede U bu.1.1 ihe Uiiny e ile acvly xt
so !asauie, vttner by in unxio teiKB er m on cow uses.
Tbev areoa the road en iumJ half a mile hxigbrary
rack work at vartuu point, and rw large Brulj-va Ma;.,
rrra-es snd Plans sul be ready sVr sBaouaatMio bv Da.
aad aoy lalMfWiaboa Buy be ot lalnsd by aJJrussing the .
Or raised SAM'L W AT-N, fiwOniV.
est.A-lf'.Jl A. ANUSavoN, chef Cngisieer.
Agents Wanted in every county in this and adjoining State
To sell the above new and improved
COR AND COBB JIILL.
TO all such a rare ehanee to make money will be offered.
Ixclusive State and County privileges will b disposed
of on unusually tur terms, by application to the proprietor,
r AUREUS A. 11 STOCK RAISEUS
I offer yon a Corn and Cob Still onsnrpassed in the Un
ion, and which cannot be superceded by past or future in
ventions. It is the very Mill w hich every Farmer and Stock
Raider should have; it will crush from 8 to It) bushels Corn
and Cob per hour, with one horse; is easily etted np and
managed: weighs 810 lne , and as all contact of tbe grindinc
surfaces U prevented, will last any farmer an ordinary ttfo
time. I speak thus of its durability, because ihe Vsno
princt ile has been fairly tested in the old Bark Mill. Who
is it that wants
. miLL OS TRIAL
for one month, and if it don't give complete satisfaction to
return it If there be any man thus deposed, let him ay sr
speak. Satisfaction is warranted in every ease, or the mon
ey will be refunded. The Crusher can be attached to bone
water or steam power, which renders it the most convenient
Mill south of Mason's and Dixon's line. All other Crushers
now in the South require too much power, or will soon wear
out. According to
Til K I. A WS OF X ATCR E,
a Corn and Cob Mill which admits of a la'eral or wabbling
motion will, nece sarily. soon wear out; ali other Crashers
are amenable to this grard objection, and the Proprietors
Parb rot lilspete It. In the entraction of "force Ami,
ca," I have aiu power, and I Dsn cxBTas?icnoa 1 have
lessened friction, and 1 CHauJUitii on a wosd ta theoontrary
I have pr vented a wabblirg lateral t-otion, and air are
compelled to acknowledge it; therefore, I assert that it ks far
superior to any other Mill. 1 am now sebing this Tennes
see invention at the small sum of
And any one wantim a 'good thing," are earnestly reqneas
ed to examine the true nirrits and principles ol this Mill
and order trora the Proprietors or Agents.
A liberal discount made to dealers.
J- If. 1KOMGOOLE, Sole Proprietor.
K!i.Moore C0. 84 Market street, Naikville, Mann
faeturers and iTeneral Amu. ---
Coun"tvmUt' F" U"' Cl"rk,,rf11"' to' Montgomery
Ab. Watkins, Pulaski, Agent for Giles Coorr'y
Yfm. B. Hunt, Salem, Agent for Franklin County Tenn
and Jackson ouoty, Ala. ""
James B. Vance, Custalian Sprirgs, Aent for Sumner
J. W Hatcher, Columbia, A-ent r Vaury County
W. M. Hell, P. M, Rome. Ant(crSmi:n County.
J. R. A kin, Charleston, Agvnt for Mradlev t oulit
W. R. Uunley A Bros., Louuon, Ate3a for East Tenne.
oct 1J siawly
scott . Lirri. i: ;r vr '
CORN AXD COBH 3IILL
rj'HERK are features connected with this mill worthv of
1. consideration and chwe examination on the part of
those wishinit to purchase a sYed.Mili.
Its mechanical coi struct i.,n ar d adaptation to the pBr-po-es
de-igned. o cru?h and grir.d ear c rn. Its .r-.t ...
pacity, white dirg an in.meu-e work with extraordin iry
ease, its durability is au :..! prnvi.ie.l for. Ihe cn.pleie
andent.re po tahl.-n.-s-. of the Little fii-Lt, rendcrinsiu
greater convem-nce l.-r plantation and farm usr impesi
, ble. It rr..iires no me :.: ical aid or bill ol expense to put
, it op; anv farm hand or n-rvant tan put up aud set a- e
running in haif an hour time. The convenience with which
the sweep may be applied to i un hor sontal as ks most
usual vr over heid, an I the mil! may be catily attached
I where st-am or water is used. Ihe power it Uke , requiring
one and two horses The q untuy and quality of product
10 to "0 bust.els ot g.i-d feed meal per hour, acvo'dioe to the
degree ol flienea g .-und, and the sise mill, u is the
! jP3' mill, ail things considered, 'here is before theptab-
Anoth-r thinif roiru-c'ed with the Little Giant, as a pa
! tent, and worthy of note is the f ct that there has b.en no
, Patent R.-hl sHN-uhttiugor huokytrring abou,t the country
, as is usual wi h the thuan.l hunglin tn-.ke-s.hift imple-
menu that are g;t ui as a trade merely to get mon.y by
selling or palniiuK otT the pa'ent rigNt m-iin the credulous
then the machine to be abandoned by all parties ss a hum
; bug; on the other hand the Patentee an I Proprietors of tbe
I Little (iiant Mills, b herir.g that ihey can and determined
I that they will supo y tlie Agriculturalists and iitock raisers
j of our countr wun a superior Mill, aie permanently en-
gaged in the hn;uess, and h ive over oue hundred thousand
i dollar. invested in the mauulaituie of ihese mills, in the
East, W est and .-outh, s.ime of these eaubin-hfi.tuts en pioy-
ing 60 men solely in tins busiurss So highly are the
I mills appreciated, that f ur th.iu.ai d have reen sold wiihm
: the pl ehteeii mouths, and tne heaviest and the rt
1 ext. nsivn M .t,uf,u" ii... ..r A ...;....).,.... , i
i- , "'"""'" inipiemen S in I US
LniteU States have eagerly sought an intere.l iu their manu
facture and -ale.
No implement has been more thoioughly tested; no on
of the kiud bat rtceiv. .1 s0 numerous uud high trst'mimials
from M-clmnic.' ln.-tnuies and Agricultural Associations
and none, by reason of subs'antiai, practical uuiny and
merit have more fun ly ground U.eir wav into every days
use and popular fav. r th in -otfs Litke Oiaat Com aud
Cnt-b Mni. Orders promptly rllKd.
Liberal discount to dealers.
BKOWN A ANDFRSON,
octl tf No. 40 Market st., Nashville, Tenn.
THIRD "LARGE IMPORTATION
FOR THE FALL A5D WINTER OF 1855.
r C. MeNAIRT A CO. will open this dav a very large
-IV. stock of rich and desirable fancy g .,!a. This stork
has been bought in New York within the last'ten days, prin
cipally for ciish, which will enable us to sell to cash and
prompt buyers at very reduced prices. The public are re
spectmiiy invited to call aud exnmine their
Uch flounced Ri-bes, for Kvrniug Dresses'
" - l uiatw do;
Mous de Laiue, entirely new;
Cashmere Robes de Chambre, entirely new:
" French Calico " - -
With many other rich and desirable goods. Call aid aaa
We shall be opening new goo. Is every night this week,
whicb we wilt exhibit sr.ti pleasure on tbe surcee.liug morn
ing. octal R. C. Wc.NAlKY A CO.
TVf L- 311 ELTON, having resumed the MARBLE
A-vA BCS1NK?S, solicits hi old friemls and that
pub.ic m g-neral, who may desire work in his Hue,
to give hun a cail at his Sht p, corner of CHurvh
street and the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
Depot. H will k-ep constantly on hand a supply
of MONUMENTS, 1UMH.S, Ac, of the finest Itaiiau and
American Marble. AU work executed in the best Bixoner,
and warranted. septfr If
M JM.ICAI. I vrif l .llK.H Tli
A LARGS invoice of Fine Surgical and Dissecting Instru
ment has jitet been received and for sale at a small
Advance on Eastern eoet.
Students and others would do ws 1 to call and e I amine
the prices and quality, before making their purr hairs.
A. S 1'RafCH,
Wholesale and Ketial Uruggist,
octl Corner College and L'nioa street.
. V. . POTUU
J. DOYLE A CO.,
Sp sid Catudle Tl anil f ac t arrrst, biA
Pstrkcra e( Fork and llecf.
No. 39 South Front street, N AS, VILLE, TENN.
. Highest price paid in cash for Tallow. 6rcae. aad
!ird. f-l)H6 tf
IM liLIC MI.L Ol'
BT Tirtu of a Deed of Trust executed to m t'y Jaa Jt
L. Jame and Kob'l fluchanan, I will sell at rub- .
Me outcry, on the 'J7th of October next, on the premises, me
Aad 4,000 Acre f Laad,
About the half well timbered, situa'ed sboot three miles
from Palmyra, Tenn , on the Cumberland river. Ihei
Furnace is newly bail', 'he work well executed and built ty
tbe direction of Mr. J L. James, a practical snd well edu
cated Iron man. It is not Inferior to aov Furnace in th .
State of Tenncs.ee, and is adapted to making iron ly hut
or cold blast, with all th necessary machinery for ths pur
pose In good repsir The 'ire Banks are wiibio one mile of
Ihe Frrnace, aud are believed by good judge to be inet
Tua.s or Sat Six thooi.tn-l dollar payable In tea
months from tha date of ti- sxle, and the balance la one,
two and three year, soronlin to the terms cf th deed.
Possession to be given as soon as th term of th sal ar
Any person who delrs to see the pmperty, can be showa
ft by J. O. Shactleford, Clarksvil!, or bj Iboa. Hiasoa,
who live oa the premises.
sei-o ttwtds J. 0. 811 4CKLFFOID, Trnstee.
Nashville True Whig will pubiUh in tri weekly till day 0 f
sale. t1irkrUle Chnmirle.
COXXISSI03 AJSD F0SWAEDI30 3iraCIIA3T3,
Agn!4 for Illinois Central Railroad,
eft! dJm tatlrav, lllluaia.
WATTTciVEN f 5t CO.,
Rccc iving i Fornarding Tip re bants,
lAUI CAII, K.V.
HAT1NO a large new and substantial Wharf Boat, all
Goods entrusted to our care shall be lbrwardd with
pvomptneae and despatch. JettO dly
JiUW II.OIII DEPOT.
Oific of tha Saanrm City Milla, oornar of ColUg"
And SprtBj Straatj.
J,4 it. HAMMOND A CO.
J A .M'FKW- A sitoalioa aaa Book-kaeper r tale-
Bssa, by a f a'.rma-i wn on gv the beat ol resssv
ene . A-idrc "F. kv. ts Tru W Lig OBWe."
ic di I
AM HE CI ICE fUlt CA.HCEKS.
MT Wi'o, baring Uhore-1 Dler on. oa ker breast for
one tiiue, ai,J h-vxg tried d 2cr-a IseatawBt, I
euricled to uo.i.n.k. it se-l in bra taaa Uiis
M B ths I etfcCtcJ a eo-ntlrt cure; ai'bouh sb bad ba
givsss up by Lev fr.end s tie. eg beyond ti e rearb ef any
cur, so ba Kjv th last year ci:jyl bcttes health taaa
tbe bad lur ssaay year prevtoos, sod ha siac give a birth
to a Sue child, whilst sa nurse herwsif. 1 bav aav
trealvd eviai ether cases, and have aiet with the sasa
My treatment Is aot th snlsg of th Kni, er C aortic,
Mrrrery, bot it te purely V.fsuble. 1 also protaea to ur
ther Aii.su s, serh a Fesaaie tiuvMsee aad Lie, Scrot
al, FGe, and ali disease ris-iaaiinf la US asaaaer. All
I aa mt persua sC.tcd ih any of lb. abeea aasaed
diaaasee, as to give n a trial. here there ks a ear
tbr shad be so charge. Further iniuf ssatxa aa b rb
alned by eailU'g a asa, s by better, at . HI Horvb Mar
ketstrwU JuSATHAN TUuMA.
C tXTS' PL. Coorrtea Oallrrs;
I do Caf
aV-y aad Tov' PxWct Lathr aad Ca'f Cemrvesa Csllars
recessed to-day. JUHM RtwAbC,
oc 4 41 Cowf set