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tl in and advertising for Uie True Whig.
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P.rown Iron Building, Philadelphia, is our on!y authorised
Agent in tl.at c:t.r.
KAIL K0A3 HAIL.
TIME FOR THE MAIIH ON THE CHATTANOOGA K. R.
Leave Nashville at T A. f. and t P. M.
Arrive at Nashville A M. and fc P. M.
The Mails for the Kastern and Sontherii Cities close at 4
P. M. and for M ay Offices at 8 o'clcx , P. M.
j,8l . K. ASiiERSOX, P. M.
KATi:ieov !mnin, mo v. 1T.
EIVEB ASD ETEAMBOAT NEWS.
TnJt Riter was still rcci'ding rlowly ycstcr-
A nn.l a lm!f foot nn IT or.
iaj iwmi:, win c... w ...... - - - - -
The We ATrtHii. We Ld a light shower of
rain about noon yesterdHjr, and also ia the af
Depahtei. The John Simpxon, for Mem
Jf pliit, and tlie Shyloclc, for Waitboro', left last
To Leave. The Dr. Uolcrtton leasts to-elay
to meet the America.
The Cuba had not arrived Inst night at d irk
but if the reached here by thus luori.iug, she
will leave to-day for Paducah.
Sckk. The Wenona, bound for St. Louis,
was sunk on Saturday night, the lOlh, in the
Missouri River, a few miles above Jefferson
City, in 9 feet water. It is rejorted that she
will be a total loss. She was owned by Capt
Postal, her commander, and Mr. Williams, Ler
Sold. The steamer IT. Bridges has been
purchased by Mr. II. A. Alexauder, of the
Green River Furnace. iSlie will continue in
that trade, under command of Cant. Coombs,
who is long and favorably known in the trade.
Hogs. As the hog killing seasou approaches, the
fact becomes apparent that the number to be killed
will be much larger than was anticipated a few
weeks ago. The Carlisle (Ky.) American states
that prices have declined iu that county, and that
eali'i cannot now be made at over 4Jc., allliouph
hol'Jers seem unwilling to accede to this decline. The
Louidville Courier, of the 13th, Bay.-1:
The hog-killing season is expected to commence
on or aliout the 2 all itist., in this quarter, though
s vet none have leen received by packers. Sev
eral lure droves are on the road, and Messrs. Hull,
Huut A Co., of the mammoth pork houee, expect
several thousand head in a few days. It bad been
estimated that 300,000 hogs would be slaughtered
round the Falls tlii hshou, but we now think the 1
number will exceed S'JO.Oou head, and probably
There is now a better feeling in the market than
had prevailed (or some time, though in consequence
of the continued stringency in money matters, many
buyers are still holding back. The prevailing quo
tations for good hogs, to be delivered at the pen,
are Gafijc. net, while drover in toe country are ask
log ia5c gros, and buyers are ofld'iing 4Jc. on
time. We hear of a wile of 2,'00 head at 6c. net,
and learn that several lots huve been offered at 6Jc.
The St- Louis Republican, of the 12th, says buy
era aeem unwilling to risk (8, and speak of f 5.60 as
the highest figures which the developments of th
market will admit.
The Cincinnati Gazelle, of the 13th, says there is
more enquiry fx hogs, but no change In prices;
buyers are more anxious to operate, however, at 6.25
for Docember delivery.
Tobacco. The Clarkaville Jeffertvnian, of the
14th, reports the sale of two large crops of tobacco
in Christian couuty, Ky., to be delivered prized, at
The Louisville Journal, of the 14th, says only a
few hogsheads of new crop have been received in
that city, aud quotes the extremes at f 5.75alO.OO,
the latter price for extra fine.
The Supreme Judgeship.
We call attention to the following commu
nication in regard to the election of Supreme
Judge, wLicli comes from a distinguished mem
ber of the liar of this city. We agree with
onr correspondent that this oflice, above all
others, should seek the incumbent, and the
sentiment attributed to ilr. Wright in regard
to the duty of the citizen wheu called by the
jeople to their service, will meet the universal
That Mr. Wright is the most suitable man
in the Western Division of the State for the
position, a large majority of the people of the
State agree. The people then owe it to them
selves aud to the Hencli to elect him. Takinz
this view of the case, we are lor Mr. Wright; j
and we shall take pleasure in publo-hing the I
proceedings of the Lebanon liar and of all J
other meetings called, irrtsjctivecf party, for j
the purpose of recommending hnn to the peo
ple. For tha Nashville Trae Whig.
f ri.i.AD' In "i i p. ,1 n.i F .if f rt. i i . . I rpfrtYt
to observe that you decline publishing the proceed
loga of a pubhe meeting in Ix-banon, at which a por
tion of the people of Wilson county expressed their
preference for Archibald Wright, Esq., for the office
of Supreme Judge. You base your objection on a(
published letter of Mr. Wright, iu which he states I
that he is uudcr obligations to Judge Harris not to
permit his nume to be used as a candidate for that
office. Now, the people of Tennessee do uot choose
to iecognize any such obligation, and feel that Mr.
1 Wright owes them a higher duty than his commit
tal to Judge Harris. The people intend to vole for
J 1 VI A.,l.w,m SR. '
auiu e icw air. it i iguk, n v n, nv " ... v j
after auch a call upon him. Wheu he was a mem-;
bcrof the Slate Legihlature, he assumed the high
ground, in a speech on the floor of the Houc, that
HO man could decline this very poaiiiou, a lieu U-n-,
dered him voluntarily. 1 he people of Tt'iiucs!c '
prefer him, and it is believed he w ill l elected, j
Tbey prefer him, because tliey hare the utmost con-
fidencein his Ulenla, leaming and integiity. The
people of other portions of the Mate may be asured
that Davidsou county will vote (or Mr. Wiihl,
though h shoulJ write a letter every day between
this and the election; and their preference for him
is only enhanced by the very niodtt manner in
which he declares that he will uot aUnd in tho way
of aspirant for the offi.-. It there is aiiotlne in
the Slate which shoulJ ek tht im-um?mt. It it tl.at,
to which we propose to elevate ilr. Wright. i
Hot. 16, '55 j
Importakt I)iaiov as to ids IUxvirriT
Law. Tte New York J'ribwe leuins that the I
prOer authorities. f the government at Wah-j
Ington have Oecided that tlie provisions of the
IUnkrupt Law of 1S41, do uot apply to dcbt
due on bonds aud otherwise) to the United i
States, and the discharges nnd. r tla law cvn
aequently do not cncol rych dclu. In puou
aaoaof tbe-drcUiou friceding have tx-eu en
tered in some case to recover amounts due to
FamiT, Nov. 16.
Mr. Rodders retotned with au amendment in lieu
thereof, the resolutions directory to the I'euitentia-
. ry Committee. Laid on the table.
I lit. Hall, from the Committee on Ways and
j Means, reported a bill to regulate weights and meas
j ures, and recommended its pi-.sage. Report eon
j curred in, and bill passed on firt reading.
I On motion of Mr. llodgers, the bill to ampnd the
charter of the Nashville and North-western Railroad
I Company, sod to transfer a portion of its Slate aid
' to the Memphis and Ohio Railroad Company, was
! Ukcii up, aud the amendments of the House coa
J curred in.
Senate J;U$ on Third ReaA'vg. Tlu? bill to era-
power Constables to swear jurors of view, passed.
The bill to divide and equally apportion the Acad
emy fund of Jefferson county, between Maury
Academy a:id Dandridge Female Academy, passed.
The liill to amend the act of 2Sih Feb., 1652, in
corporating the Nashville, Franklin and Columbia
Railroad Company, for the benefit of J'.'flerson
Mr. Cheatham (Mr. H ill in the Chair) called up
the bill to amend the act of 11th Feb., 1S52, chap.
152, and the amendments of the House were con
curred in. The bill was further amended, on motion
of Mr. Cheatham, and ordered to be transmitted to
Mr. Head, fiom the Joint Committee to whom
the subject of Law Reform had been referred, re
ported a bill to reorganize the Judicial system of
Tennessee, which passed on first reading and was
ordered to be printed.
The Senate then adjourned to 10 a. k. Monday.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Fbidat, Nov. 16.
State OeologinC Report. -Mr. Hatton presented
a communication from the Slate Geologist in regard
to the report from that officer, which is in prepara
tion, but cannot be completed for some weeks yet,
when it will be submitted to the Legislature.
J'arijie Railroad. Mr. Brown, of Madison, sub
mitted a report from the Committee on Internal Im
provements upon the resolutions submitted by Mr.
Armstrong on the 12 inst., favoring the construc
tion of the Pacific railroad on the Southern route.
The committee recomiueud the passage of the re
solutions. Lata Refcrm. Mr. Travis, from the joint com
mittee on the subject of Law Reform, submitted a
report, iu which it was sminounced that the com
mittee would present a bill.
Lillx Introduced. By Mr. Newman: To incorpor
ate the Ritchie Printing aud Publishing Company
Mr. Cavitt: To charter the Tennessee and Colum
bus Railroad Company.
Mr. Kimble: To repeal the act ciianginz the lino
between the counties of Perry and Wayne.
Mr. Thomas: To suppress the circulation in this
State of Hank Notes of other States of a less de
nomination than five dollars.
Reol ut iuii. On motion of Mr. Newman, the re
solutions upon the table were taken upiu their order,
as follows :
To appoint commi-sioners to investigate the con
dition of the bank of Tetiuessee and Branches
laid on the table.
To create the office of Superintendent of Com
mon Schools laid ou iho table.
Approving the action of tho Commissioners of
theiKasti rn Diviou Fair for lh54 adopted.
To prohibit member from introducing bills after
the 2oth of December indefinitely postponed.
To bold night sow-ions on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday nights of each week, for the purpose of
transacting local business.
Mr. Wallace moved to indefinitely postpone the
resoiuiiou, aud the motion failed, ayes 18, noes 48.
Pending the further consideration of the resolu
tion, The House then adjourned to 3 o'clock, P. M.
R'tohiiimx. The House resumed th considera
tion of the resolution to hold iight sessions.
After considerable debate and several ineffectual
attempts to amend,
Mr. Gal breath moved to lay the original resolution
and amendments on the table, and the motion pre
vailed, ayes i6, noes 3().
Resolution proposing to amend the Constitution
of the State so as to give the election of Secretary
of Slate, Treasurer and Comptroller to the people.
After a number of amendments had been otter
ed, Mr. Meek moved the inde finite postponement
of the resolution, and the motion prevailed, ayes
48, noes 24.
The resolutions in relation to the United States
Navy aud Lieut. Maury were, on motion of Mr.
Wilson, of Marshall, made the special order for
Wednesday, the 21st inst., at 11 o'clock.
On motion of Mr. (inllneatli, the bill establishing
a Chancery Court at Cooksville, in Putnam county,
was taken up and passed on third reading.
The resolutions introduced by Mr. Armstrong
favoring the construction of the Pacific railroad on
the Southern route, were takeu up and adopted
The House then adjourned to Monday morning at
Prop. Wood's IIaiu Restorative. Thofe
who are ofiiicted with baldness, will find en
couragement to try W(Kd's Restorative, by
reading tho advertisement in another column.
Mavor or Gallatin. We notice from the pro
ceedings of the first meeting of the Aldermen of
tlie town f Gallatin that our old friend and confrere,
formerly of the Nashville press, Thos. T. Boyer,
Esq., has been elected Mayor of that town. The
Gallatin 7i7 epruk by the card when it says :
We are fully satisfied that there could not have
bien a better scleetiou made. We expect much
of the present board with Col. Buyers at tlie head.
Tho Washington correspondent of the New
Yoik Herald aavalhat the Administretion will since
the abrogation of the Claylou-Bulwcr treaty, extend
"aid and commit" to Colonel Kinney with a view
to the early annexation of Nicaragua.
Dkatii or Ia. V. IUason. We are pained
to hear of the death by drowning ol Dr. Wm. Rea
son, an old and highly respectable physician of this
city. Dr. R. was a passenger on the steamer Coo
sa Reele, which left this port last week for New Or
leans. On Friday or Saturday iiight, wheu the
boat was in the Mississippi near the dividing Yu.
between Kentucky and Tennessee, a deck passen
ger on the boat was takeu ill, and Dr. Reasor was
called 1 see him. . lie went down to the lower
deck, awl. pa reaching it stepped on a pile of coI
lying oo the guarJ, lost bis footing, and fell over
board. A SOD and a daughter were with biiu Oil the
boat, who returned last idhlou the Niagara. Hi
body haJ not been recovered when the Niagara
We are indebted fx the above particular to
Capl. Reynolds, of toe Niagara. Lou. Jour., ttlh.
Fixe Mju ixkky. At Mrs. A. Crookers' Mil
linery Estabiiahtneiit on Union Street, will be
fonnd the most tasty assortment f Head aud
Neck ornaments, and Dres.-it'.g, we have ever
twii in I he city. We understand that Mrs. C.
has jiibt nturued from ti e Eastern Cities,
where she ha; procured all the latest styles of
Fashionable Head Gcur. Her establishment
pjesr to ns rcully neat, beautiful, and ele
gant. L:t'.ic ho nro in .n ed of ti imti.ii.g
in that particular line, would do well to call at
Mrs. CV. and get their beauty uioro tJtgaUt'iT
Cash for Wheat and Rye!!
j us r p ii a u ,
Eouta-Cast Corner Chorea aaa CaUeg slretU.
Hi .nt .m AiiiiiAt.i: litioiiv.
Jl hT (U.UtieJ 1 Via. CU t.a j fTf Xf
I Fine lUmi'v Paivoiliu OfC"
t Pin t'ufirm:
ktrh ar ?frf on H'H-rai trrw ft ra-h.'
r (nd aH r. tli abl ar rirtl4ilj tavitd,
Tilt: I.AUI1S l FAItTIt I I. Ill,
t call t ubim Ual Tn frtfmiaai Vcry, uwr War
ttttttM. ltA) tkAM a rutfutau.
I iSkiXMV i$MtTrXj&;& wife ri;
CAT FTKFL HOF9;
POI.II) BOX VI(7KP;
hTO'K8 AND DIES;
C HAINS OP Af.I, KIVDS;
M!lI PAWg, COTTON CARDS;
POCKKT AND TAlLE KNIVES;
FClOHf , SPOONS;
IIATCHKTS, HAMMERS, AXES:
FLANKS, BEACE8 AND BITS;
tTT A ffol stock of CASTINGS, and a complete assortment
always in t-tore.
tIAl'AIVA PI-AX LOTTERY.
JASPE2 C0TJ1HT ACADEMY I0TTEEY1
Ejr AuUiority o the State of Georgia.
all ac o n,' G
112,000 O n 3 .
$3 o , (Too ,
WILL be districted at CONCERT HALL, Macon, Ga.,
December, 15, f565, acrording to the following mag
nificent and unprecedented Scheme; under the aworn sup
erintendence of Col. GEO. M. LOGAN aud JAS. A. NliSBtT,
Claa II. Capital it 2,000.
One Prise of - tW,K)
u - s,oio
h u l.eoo
5 $500 are S,5 0
j 100 are 1,900
75 50 are 8,750
130 " 25 are 8,250
) 8 Approximation Priaea oOO
S51 Priaei, amounting to $0,000
Only 10,000 cambers. Ticket! $5; Halves f- 50; Quars.
(1 25. In this Scheme if you draw anything, even the low
est prize, it will be five times the cost of Hie ticket. Prizes
payable in full without deduction and every vrize is drawn
at each Drfinp, and some person must get them. Orders
strictly confidential. Drawings sent to ordi rs Registered
etlers at my risk. Bills on all solvent Banks at car.
... t.a v uivvrs
Land for Sale.
I OFFER fur sale (700) f EV EN HUNDRED ACRES
Of LAND lying on tb-Columbia Central Turnpike
Roan, seven miles from Columbia and four from lit. Pleas
ant, tx-inr, a part of the tract nn w' icU I reside.
This Laud is equal if not superior to any in Maury county
It is well watered; ttlie celebrated Devers Spring being on
the part offered for sale) well tiir.bered and well improved.
1 here are on the premist-s some beautiful building sites
routing the Turnpike and the contemplated Rail Koad. It
will be divided lo suit purchasers or told in a body.
Kor further information a, ply to me at Ash wood P. Office,
Maurv county, Tenneasee.
augll M LCCHH J. POLK.
Nashville L'nion and Louij-ville Jonrnal please copy.
The Mutual Protection
i ' m 1 1 a n t i : ' o .i 1 1" . v o r x a 1 1 v 1 1. l e ,
Office, Kirkman"s Corner np Srairs.
ENTRANCE, NO. 35 PUBLIC SQUARE..
V)N1'1NCK to insure on the mutual prin:ipl-. Houses,
V Merchandux-, Ao. against loss or damage by fire.
Steamboats ou any of the Western Waters agnin."t the has
arils of inland navigation, and the c irgoes of vessels of ev
ery description agaiuit the perils of the seas and rivers.
AIm, the lives of ixrrsons in gord hralth, for a single year, a
term nf yearn, or during life. Also, .he lives of slaves em
ployed cn steamboats.
All persons having (heir liv. or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the protiu
without any liabili: y to loss beyond the amount of premiums
which they may pay.
M. E. riL.CH Kit, President.
J.NO. U. JOHNSON, Vice President.
C. J. P. Wbabtgn, Secretary.
it. v. miaihii:,
No. 6 College at, Near Cturch, nashvii.le.tenn.,
KU.rit in all kinds of Cabinet Kurni
ture, and is receiving additional
uorilTs: and havinir titted mvself out f- ' H
with a tin hearse and gentle hurxrs, am
prepared to furnish every kind and quality of coflins on the
shortest notice, by "lay or uight.
Clocks, l.amps and (iiron'Uls for sale. Mattraasoa Cf all
kinds on hand, or made to order
Furniture Repaired with neatness nnd di-pstch.
New and various styles of Wanlrolies all cheap for cash
or good papci, at Nu. 0 Ooll ga .f, ct. near Clinrch
H. W. euAfPtsa,
oct24 ly By D. W. Dobbib, AgenU
TO FAMILIE3, HOTELS, to.
UJ E are selling tha best ftallimore Ovsters at Co. ";3 rsn.
We are selling Real Italian Macearoul at 15o V lb.
We are selling qi, boxes Sardines a, 'c each.
We are selling lit. do do st 4ic "
We are selling every article in our line at equally reduced
Recent arrangements fur buying in th! North renders the
reduction now msd; In prices an udvantage to ours-dves as
v-:ll as to the public gcnt-rallv.
novS l'nion street.
m.e in iiti:;
CRE8 of Land for sale in Sumner Co'ty, Tcnn.. 10 !
miles from Oallatln. A good Turnpike Road run- I
ning from Gallatin within 4 miles, the bulnnce a rood level
tlirt road. A portion of it Is about one snd a half to two
miles from the Nashville and Louisville Rairoad; tw steam
saw mills near the piemiws. I ail! sell it in lots cf loo
acres, or more; V a.h; bslance in 1 and 1 years, at t'i to
ft per acres. Those renting Ian I will do well to aiake early
aopliea'ion to the undersigned near Nashville, or to Joseph
Wallace, Agmt, Sumner County.
nov.1 ('awtf B. EVPRT.
VALUABLE PR0PERTT FOR SALE.
UT E will expose to puhl:c sale at Uie Court House in
Nashville, ou the HI of December next, ti e following
Valuable Lota :
House and Lot on Cherry St., occupied by Dr. Morton,
and an adioining vacant lot, occupied by Mr. ttevensou,
One half of ti e House and Lot on Market St., the other
half belong to M. burns, Esq.
TrKMS-ur Fsia:-Out- third ca-h, the bslance In one and
two yeais, with notes payable in Bank, ith two good en
dorsers. The titie to bd retained until the purchase money
Upad. J. O. T1UVKA1T,
nov dtrwswU 8. T LOtiAN.
READ AND BE WISE.
1)E it known U lUt citizens of Nashville, and the balance
1 the Human Kamily, 'hat I, J. rLOWK.KH, No. 41 I n
Ion street, haT. just received a floe assortment of Spec"
tartr. known to opticians as the "Cuucav Cuum"
(.lse ttetlrr known in tins community as UKAILIAN
l'KUULES, made from Uraxi:iao (tiuid, which 1 atu willn.g to
sell at reasrttable price, as fo'lows :
Gold Kraue, Sli.ie temples f t 00
" Bitiirl! " ll (HI
Coin Fine Silver Frames, Slide Temples 3 0
- miigii " 1 5i
As to selecting Spectacles, I profess to know all about It,
having paid particular attrntiun to.that branch nf th bo
mesa for the last twenty years. J. FLOWsiKS,
o -ilV U No. 41 Tninn sl, Nashville.
L'l.OI It! I I.OI'II !!-W. have now in store an I
F receiving dily large quai.tiiira of fl ur Iroia
lebanon M il- Carter, White A Co., in b.ig aud ht Is.
Ooodlcltsviue Mills D. Z. Ue.d A llro., ' "
Piworer Mills Mre, Munday A C.n., " '
Port Royal Mills Weathetford A Watson, " u
Ta which we invite the attention nf Dsalsbs nnlv.
ov8 VV. II. UUkDON A CO.
Gl . . V UAGS IK) bales (M,000) new 2,t hiuLel
extra heavy Uunny Hags. In store end nr sale by
nova W. II. UORliN A CO.
l)OXi;s large enough to hold a load of Cnal, fr sale by
- JOHN RAM Ati E,
4i College s!.
EEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
I HAVE concluded to oonne.-t with ry fiirmrr business the
soiling uf Land, Town Lola, KenUug lioasra, ac. 1 hava
Iww on hand, for aale, sever. I orgtoes, aiuongst Usui a wo
man 4 years old, tt at I will guaianteeto ! a Nix 1 cook,
washer and irooer, gtvxl atrUss, nn.l god general house
servant, a irl i3 year, old, and a hoy fcof Uie same ago. I
have fledged my word not to .! these negroes lo go tsoath
and want to select iol homes for them; anJ should the
purchaser not t plrasrd, he can return tnen and g t his
money. tctol kits W. 1 OkTkH. .
UMTKB-1 parlnrr of experience In the Lamhrr
IsHiiita, who wants to Invest f S,l.ri to ,tssl tn a
Ant rato staou anil now in oprraUoa, aarss!ri( tmsdif
advanta tn making and sel'iug lambeg. la Dvt.lsna
county. CV.nimuul a:n.n. addressed to E. 11 NaihvOla,
Tenn.. b: Ui iV th Drv will rctcive procipt atteutiju.
novi tf t. G. '
Lou:svilla Journal please ccpy to aroaunt of 1 and charge
To l.ailroad (ontractor.
SEALED Prop.ls will be received al tl.a fflice of tb
lulgrAeW and K-ntwrky Ratiro'd Corms.tty tn Nashville,
Tens , uuul eatuiday, Ds-eater IB lit. WW, for the e..n-
paction uf the toaJ Insi .ahvill to b kirntjevy line,
ihni it snerts ths Heo.irja aud N.hii. H 'nn I Iu
Ueaderson on the ,! R'ver. The F, 4 K. R. K is atatil
tortylrht wides lwg, through a rsnintry well a isptrd ter
Katlmad emtKroi-nop, ar.J i! work ii) be divided into
swdisHis uf atv at aoe u-iie e. h, wlu.h Bay be bid lor sepa-rati-ly,
tsr Uie ai-i. r4 li ls la )reuMttusi. frw
puaoia snay t ba ads la buii4 tAe U uty milea noly Baal
lo Nashvii;, el'.i.er f) tin stugta ssKiiv or in ih cootiaet.
Ttr ar oa eh rwJ oa Uian4 lull snil ioca. bravy
mea warkal vanias i-otaia, ao4 two Urhi a. Majw,
Prt-Aiea si.J Piana will kw rwady tor i .a aatiun av Dc. I.l,
aa4 any lnlWa.al.oei aiay b aMaliwd v asldrMinf tlte ua.
antgaad. AM'L W ATIM, IVradrvit.
cu-cwtJct A. ANR.-er, thief Ft.gioesw.
IT : in
J JJ JUJ
LOCKS, SCREWS, NAn;
LONG HANDLED SHOVELS, BIFTIRS;
FPEAR k JACKSON'S FAWg;
AUGERS, SHEEP SHEARS;
Brothera best TENNESSEE ROLLED INrrH
WILLIAM L. HORSELL,
Dry and Sparkling Catawla, .
KO. 85 EAST THIRD STREET,
jyl 6-ly CINCINNATI, OHIO. , ,
Hoofland's German Bitters, prepared and sold by Dr.
Jackson, at the German Medical store, 120 Arch" Btreet,
Philadelphia, dafly increase in their well deserved celebrity,
for the cure of all diseases arising from derangement of the
liver. These Bitters, bave indeed, proved a blessing to the
s filleted, who show their gratitude by the most flittering
testimonials. This medicine has established for itself a name
that competitors, however wily their schemes, or seductive
their promises, cannot reach. It gained the public sonQ
dence by the immense benefits that have been derived from
it, and will ever maintain Its position.
See advertisement. novl lm
ST" PALPITATION OF THE HEART, Nervous Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Costivenesa and
Piles, are all relieved and cured in an incredible short space
of time, by Carter's Spanish Mixture, the great tonic and
purifier of the blood. It contains not a particle of Mercury,
Opium, or any noxious di ngs; is perfectly harmless, aad has
cured more than five hundred cases of disease.
We can only refer the reader to the certificates, a few of
which may be found in another column, and all of which
are detailed in full around the bottle. It is the greatest of
all Spring and Pall Medicines, and possesses an influence
over the blood truly remarkable.
See advertisement. novU lm
Paor. Wood's Haib Rkvtobativb. The testimony of al 1
who bave thoroughly tested tha virtnes of this celebrated
article, Is, that it win restore the gray and the bald, eradicate
d seae of the Scalp, preserve the hair falling, and preserve
the color perfectly to extreme old age. It is now put up
both with and without sediments. See advertisement.
'. - - - - - , - - m,
Jim as D. Hocskmas. Jdlics H. Surra. R. B. Bowler.
iiocmeitiaiv, smith & Co.,
WHOLESALE DIULXK3 IH
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
j Ao. 132 Srcou
d Street, St. Louis.
i Houseman's Ex. Whisky,
; Smith's Old Reserve do
old Houibon do
Old Rye do
Old MonoDgahela do
Itark aad Pale Brandy,
i Cherry Brandy,
A. Siguette, qrs.,
Pellevoison, half pipes,
L. Morand A Co.,
J. J. Dupuy, qr. pipes,
" h.lf "
Raynal A Aiusse, Cognac,
4l!i proof vintage of ls44.
Sweet Malaga Wine,
Imitation Holland Gin,
- Barton A Guestin, 1st prf.
EVERT TUB ON ITS OWN BOTTOM.
OWING to the many complaints we have heard lateiy of
our Reserve WhUky, we would state to the puhli: that
there is an imitation or coun'erfeit brand of our W hisky
sold ty Wilshire A Co., of Cincinnati; the genuine Brand
has the name of Jrucs H. Farm in full on Ihe head,whereas
the imitation has simply "Smith's Superior OJd Reserve." In
all cases we guarantee our Rerve, or any other brands of
whisky to rive entire satisfaction. V4 e state unequivocally
that wc have authorized uo houe in Cincinnati or ebewhere,
to use our nume in the manufacture of Old Reserve,
wit ..rolu. rfuutuo ii. O.H-1 1 a.
Pure Drugs and Chemicals.
A LARGE Invoice of Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dv
Stuffs, Instruments. Perfumery, Kaiicy GooU, Brushes,
Ac, Just received and for sale at a small advance upon East
ern coat, by A. STKETCH,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Corner College and Union sis., Nashville, Tcnn.
English Wine Colchlcum Root, Spatulas,
eeea, naming pporge.
Fine Turkey Opium,
Pure Nitsate Silver,
Per. Chloride Iron,
1 .acute "
Soluble Citrate Iron,
Prectp. Ext. Bark,
Valerienate of Quinine
Iodine, (Rf sublimed,)
Fluid Ext. Valerian,
isinglass Adhesive Plaster,
Pure Cod Liver Oil,
East India Castor Oil.
Homeopathic Vials and Corn
Syringes of assorted kinds,
Apothecaries' Seals and
lOally PoU with Covers, (all
Bed Pans, ( liff-rrnt styles.)
ILtecbesand Leech ti lasses,
IKine Rose Macohoy fenuff,
Uoney Dew Scotch "
I Bermuda Arrow Root,
I Tamed Wood Pill Boxes,
Pure Vhitfl Wax, .
iPratt's Artifl -ial Nipples,
'Nipple Shields and Uoltlea,
Refined Salt Petre,
Fresh Or'd Cyente Pepper,
Hlenuine Castile Soap,
(Fresh Table Oil,
(fork Boles, Ac, Ac.
OFEiaS COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Naihixb, November 6th, lsiS. y
rriHE Commercial Insurance Company bave this day de
X clared a Semi-Annual Dividend of eight per cent on the
whole an ount of Capital Stock, out of the profits or Ilia
past six months. JAMES WALKER,
novl lm .Secretary.
EOSTEB'S ADDITION TO EDGEFIELD. .
ON WEDNESDAY, the 7th of November next, on tha
premises, we will sell the rema inder of Poster's Addition
to Edgefield. Our bill of particulars will be ready as soon
as possible. UNDnLKi A CKOCtUTT,
8J College strret.
E. S. Glascock, Auctioneer. octal Id
IJOSTI'O.X K.T ST Tha sale of Lots advertised to
I come off this day in FOSTER'S ADDI110N TO tOt.E-
FIELI), Is, on account of the iuclenienry of the weather,
postponed until THURSDAY, the Ti-i Inst.
novl-td LlNDaLkV A CRCC&ETT.
1HAVE tO aerreas for sale, of vailous kinds, amongst
them an extra good eook, washer and Ironer, an excel
lent carriage diivrr, e. 1 cannot aril then te go out of
lb county, and will guar ante them lo suit, nr no anl.
novl Il ls W. PORTER.
SALE 07 EEAL ESTATE.
BY vino of a decree of th Honorable the Circuit fnort
of Davidson county, rendered at the Septemhei Term,
1S&.V in the ease of tieorr Morse, onmpialnant. arsinst Ma
jor rmith et al, defendants, 1 will on stATL'KDAf , lb 1st
day of December next, expo to public sa:e Kir cash to in
highest bidder, at th Court Uou dixsr ia th city of
Naivtlle, the land described in said pleading, being a M In
McXiaVocks Addition to Nashville, fronting 31 feet oa Front
street, aad running back 1S0X feet. Sale within ttw asoal
hours. TIIOS. T. tMlLEY.
octid did Clerk.
HANDSOME XNC0XJC TO EE HADE AT HOKE
rpiil above east b aaada In every Towa and Ooauty
A thriMghoat th Comb, by angsspng In ta saaoatactarsi
and aale of an article, upon wbicta, for an out i ay of tit, row
thousand dollars a yar suay b Bfitde. Tn si ucle la one of
universal daily consumption, aad oe that has ponied lb
brains of sum of tha axwA catiKnt Philosophers.
II is self evident that it It deausnd to bssnwaa oast of tha
bum nrewaeary of tha iieeeastlie of Ilia. Taa artssio la on
l&at will bav as rady and penaancnl aal a aVair.
Fall parUeoJart will be seat by mall, on th receipt of MH
cents, or an equivalent in Pust OfBca Stamps, ppeeiasag
sent when rtquired. Addr. .
JAME- f. HORSE a CO , '
octal lot BobA.SSI, Post OnVo, New a ark.
NAS3VTLLZ ft CHATTANOOGA EAILXOAD.
t r. " - - ' - - ?- - - - - A
ciiasci: or stULUi li:.
N and after uaday, Oct. l Iwa DaUy rajaeogcr Traia
will b rua as (uiKiws
Bwy Trala Lcavws NashvtBo al 1J A. kL, arrrving at
Chattaaxaga at 4.M P. hi.
Niyfal ksprM Truu Leave S ash ilia alV) P. arnv
ieg at Chaittaajoowa at CIO A. M. '
KkTl'RNINi Day Traia Uare Chattanooga at A. at,
and arnvo at HosIivbI at 4 M P. at.
a la-bl Kxwfwos Utm Cbauaawaowa at tJkf P. Mn aad at
i riv al kaatTilM aliJMA. M.
j H. I. AXDKRisON,
' ocUl SupcrtfiUndeal K. A C K. E.
t - '
, I Reports Furnished by the Associated Press. ,
Locisvilli, Nor. 15.
Hirer felling with eight feet two laches water.
Niw Orlkaks, Nor. 14.
Cotton firm and dull. Holders demand aa ad
vance. Oat45. Mess pork $19.00. Candles 26.
Lard in Kegs 12,. Sugar Ja7.
Nsw Orlians, Nor. 15.
Corn 75. Oats 45a4. Sides 13i131. Sicht
Exchange al diawunl; Sterling 6a7. Cotton
firm; sales of 6,000 bales. , Flour higher, sales at
8:85a5:90. Lard 11J.
Niw Orliass, Nor. lfi.
The Crescent City, with Harana dates to the 3d,
has arrived. She brings nothing of importance.
Sugars nominal. Molasses higher and active.
Flour has advanced; State 8:84. Wheat Improving;
Southern red 2:06; Western 1:88. Corn miied
1:00. Whisky Stf. '
Pittsburg, Nor. 16.
River 6 feet scant water. Weather wet. "
Cincinnati, Nor. 16.
Flour 8.00. ' Wheat red, 1.62al.65. Oats 29a
30. Coin 42. Bailey 1.50al.55. Rye 82 to 84.
Whisky 33Ja33. . Sugar unsettled, 7171. Mo-
ladsea, re boiled, 31. . '
- Nsw Orlrans, Nor. 16.
While the wreckers were taking the cargo off a
Spanish brig on the Bahama bank, they were fired
into by a Spanish Launch. Two were killed and
fire or six wounded. The balance were imprisoned
at Cien Fugas 24 hours.
rS? Land warrants are on the decline. Tha
last sales made in New York were at 107 cents per
WOOL ! WOOL ! t WOOL III
CASH and the highest market price paid for good clean
washed W ool, by
'vl4 os D. D. DICKEY.
NEW ARRIVAL OF FINE BOOKS.
I'.'SC received per Railroad, aa additional supply by
s- ! tt BfcNJ. F. SHIELDS.
LOOK at a superior lot of BLANK LOOKS, just received
and for sale by CHARLfcS W. SMITH,
' FINE PIANO FOE SALE.
JrST received on consignment, a fine ROSEWOOD PIANO
Seven and a quarter Octave Iron Frame, which will
be sold cheap for cast, or at 4 do., for paper satisfactory to
the owner. BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
LMHC SALE A small house snd let on Spruce
.T street part of Lot No. 126. For further panic
a ars call at this office. octlft tf
HEBE'S THEM 2TEGKOE3, NOW.
HAD 10 or 12 negroes to come from tha country last
night. If you want good ones, rail soon.
I wi.'h to hire a wet nurse until Christmas.
I have also two pair of match horses to sell.
nov!3 BJKE3 W. PORTER.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
OPEN TO THOMPSON'S STATION.
ON and aftor Thursday, November 1st, trains will run be
tween N-iahvill and Thompson's Station, aa follows s
.OIU SOI T 11.
Leaves Nashville at 6.45 A. M., and 8 P. H.; arrives al
Thompson's at a.15 A. M., aud 4.43 P. M.
RETURNINO leaves Thompson's at 8.45 A. M., and 5
P. M ; arrives at Nashville at 10.25 A. M., and 6.30 P. M.
OnSuuduy the Morning Train only, will bo run, leaving
Nashville at 7 A. M., and Thompson's at 8.45 A. M.
f vT" At Thompson's the Stages of Carter, Thomas and
Hough connect with th trains.
Through Tickets for MEMPHIS, WAYNFSB0R0, JACK
SON, TL'SCUMBIA, FLORENCE, PULASKI and COLUM
BIA, can be procured at tha General 8tage Office, under th
Verandas UutcL A. ANDERSON,
nova . REng. and Sunt.
- X A LIE'S MENAGERIE,
DFsX STONE'S CIRCUS,
TYLEB'S INDIAN EXHIBITION,
T'nE object of th proprietors in combining In one lm
X mense sho , three distinct and perfect exhibitions, at a
single price of admission, is to place within the meana of all
an opportunity of witnessing these magnificent wonders of
art and nature.
The following distlnimlKhed members cf the Equestrian
profession are comprised in the troupe of Don Stone :
W. W. Nichols, J. Dbmdtt, D. Koruuut,
E. W. Hshky, O. Dobfls, Maat. Cashebtib.
Q. Dbmott, E. Stokb, Mast. Lbub,
CiJWB DEN STONE.
Wi'l exhibit at Nsrhvll'e on THURSDAY, PRIDAY and
SATURDAY, Nov. lSih, 10th and 17th, corner of Locust and
Open on Thursday at SJtf P. M.; on Friday and Salurlay
at 1 and t P. M .
iT Adonssioh 0 eta., children and aervants 25 eta.
TUE GRAND PROCESSION of th Threa Troupes will
enter town In the forenoon, in the fol'oainx onler, passiug
throuah Ihe principal stret l to th plaoe of exhibition.
Th superb MLS1C CHARIOT, with full bant. Equestrian
Con.pau, bril-iantly mouuted on their highly trained aoraas,
The Chiefs, Braves and Bagea of tha
SKIKEIA INDIAN Tit IKE
In their native and original costrme, mounted on their
Hunting Coursers, in all their varied and picturesque .cos
tume, carrying with I hem tbelr weapon of battle. Imple
ment of the chase, Ac
CARAVAN WILD BEASTS, drawn la their Cages.
The Scenes In the RInr will embrace every v.ri.ty of
HORSEMANSHIP, VAULTING, TUMBLING, SOMER
StTTISU, ACROBATIC EEATS, Ac, and will be enlivened
with the original and eoraic sayings, boa iBOts, repartee, and
hujiorous tales of the elawn
ITT" For further particulars, e Pirtnriaki. (large and
st.i.ul,) DesertpUv Bills, LitbuKrjphs, Aoot Us Company.
U7 ILL open at Odd Fellow.' Hall on TUESDAY, th 13th
Nov., and oontiun (nr a short tine only. Imr.rsopen
from 8 to S M. Exhibition lo ommnea precisely al 8 If
P. M. At night door open at C4; cxhibtioa aummaactng
at 7 V, conciuuing at 10. . .
HOXM TIKI'S WO.-MDLIII I L IA1.TICS
of the CAITIVE LRAIXITES, by the River of Babylon,
having X7 Eigures, Life S se; and the suhbm Picture of
MIRIAM, tha Prophetesa, exalting over tli Destruction nf
Pharaoh's Host. Also, th great Painttne of NOAH AND
HIS FAMILY It TIIK A I; ft. These PainUngs ar not
equaled by any other Oil Paintings in this oouulry. They
have only ta b sera to b appreciated.
Ticket 60 .; Children and Servant 93 cts. Season
Cards 79 eta. oorlO if
TOOK. KELSON A CO. hav HARPER fbr November.
ADVA. -MCE 131 rowOCll.
WING to the advanced prk an Sa'tpetre, I fix the price
or rowder iroia this dai at tn fcuiowing ratea :
For Duponl'a Rid Powdar, mi keg, 7 w
half 4 00
" - auarter " IU
M Tenacsae B asting, 6 00
Nashville, fetpi. l,lsM.
IH AVE now on hand, and wiU hereaftef kp a aoBataal
supply of the L-livwuig artioles :
Dvpsnl's cclrbrn trd II If l nnd Kportlna;
1'otvdcr, Iaaaaisters and quarter, hail aud whoie
Trnnnesnre Itlaatlng-f la kegiof t5Iba aad bar
rel of loo ll.
T, Itlckfr4 tt C'a Kafctf rnie, war
Railroai Cuiitraciar, Miners aad tha Trad faral!jr,
supplied at lit low nar ket prtrea.
1 roupt auuUuQ g.rcn to all rders.
WALT IX SCOTT,
Agvnt Lr ti Maautaetarer,
03.ee with K. . Cueatbass A Co,
snpJ Corner of Spnz and CuUg aeraciA.
STEEL 111 .fJk TlllE-m.lMnl1X"tMl
Buggy Tire, jaat rcoaived aad lor aa by
O D. DICKEY,
epSl a a No. ft Ctle strwvL
CM n T-IM sacks piimawUoa Cora, Jaat recsv4 aad
J lor sal by D. O. Xlelt I.
arptT b Com sUwwt-
MiHULLUCU IHON NATITLX.
rfUM wiarslftornl strVt ef Maaial Is fast taking tha ptaca
X W all othwr aswivtioos. bth a aoeoant f it Ki;
av kat, nrhaesa, dorabiUty.aad parMcalar'y Its eheavp.
a. Whu tawir eet oc.iv ba!f thai ef th rsaj
karbto, ta.y snA4 aed th snraMV ta kwawty, bav a
penor hutre, ar lea liabl to soU. ar auich easier
rp asraa. and Ur eeel mrl hi durabiiity, aad arw, al
h aataa llwta, ba habla break.
Yb Bndavwgnad asa aawwia to tha aasaofiitarera, W.
ace, Uihfow a ta , UmusviiW, Kv.. Bad will ftsraiah theat
ka iNrte paArao, aa4 th fxtbm generally, wit grat, u-
erpire, a4wy lk;a ewmrle'-, aal fill aha arr
atad their putung up. STt AKT A OWIK, .
Hv lcalt;r aad Yinwar M.attiMtares,
Bsrt-4aU ba. il Mark rlreet.
. STEAMBOATS. .. -
EEGTJLAK NASHTLLLE AND. NEW O&LEA&d
HTC fine Preight and Passenger A J 1 1 . 'I
Steamer, E. HOWARD, R, Y. kTw2wr: 1
btekkb. Muster, baa commence" I, H "irs iii fiTaraTfat
and will continue to make regular trip, between this city
and New Orlean the present season. Her capacity fir car
rying freight is equal to any boat in the trade, and shippers
may rely upon promptness in the deliverv of roods.
novlS era J. A R. YEATUAN, Agents.
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
rin n and llirht draurht steamer A J,
A CUMBERLAND, Cai-r. M. D. P.--Otj I
H. Bbooks, being bow Dearly niheLTI -liMAi Han
and the best adapted boat for the trade, will commence
plying on the 1 of December next, between this port and
New Orleans. Thi boat has superior accommodations for
passengers, besides being adapted to carry every description
ol freight and stock In a satislactory manner. For freight or
passage and orders, apply on board or to
nov-a . a g h. h. HARRISON, Ag'k
SEOUL AR L0171SVILLE AND CINCINNATI
ryilE New Light Draught Paseenoer .
A and Freight Steamer AI.Bh.R
TINE, Miltos Atxia Master, havinc i
been recently built for the Cumberland river trade, will run
during the low water season as above, and to all interme
diate landings. Orders left with her agents foi freights or
passengers, will meet prompt attention.
A. HAMILTON, Market street, or
U. H. HARaUSON, Agents,
oct22 6m Front st, opposite & B. Landing.
SMTTHLAND, PADUCAH AND CAIRO PACKET.
TWICE A MEEK.
THE Lhrht Draught Steamer M0S- A V
T1CELLO, G. W. Oooch, Master, VoVl
will ran as above until January next, Tr--. -r-awsaV
after which she will ply regularly between this port and
WAIT.-B0RO, and all Intermediate landings. Orders left
with her agents for passage or freight, will meet with prompt
attention. H.H.HARRISON, . .
Oct m A. HAMILTON, f Agents,
NASHVILLE, SMTTHLAND AND PADUCAH
THE Splendid Passenger Steamer A uj,';;i
t i n 1 1 u i Burij m ti . r l
Master. This steamer is now being sasssbatiiaaaBBai
finished at Louisville, and will be her. by the 1st of Novem
ber, and run in the above trad all the season. Her fine ao
eommodation lor paaaongers, combined with her light
draught, make her on of tha best adapted boats for tha
Cumberland river trade. A. HAMILTON,
oc.Vii 6nt Agent.
REGULAR ICTJISYILLE, CINCINNATI & NASH
DURING the ensuing season, the A ,fVl
commodious light draugh steam- wrC5ie-T I
er, MAGNOLIA, R. 8. SccDOiut, Mas- a i '" n-BTTsWai
ter, will run regularly as above, and to all Intermediate
landings. Being exceedingly light, (17 inches draught) with
superior accommodations for passrngers, and capable of
making quick trips, so' icits public patronage.
t!T Orders left with either of the undersigned for freight
eiiner way wiu meet prompt attention.
II. H. HARRISON,
A. HAMILTON, ( Aems-
REGULAR NASHVILLB AND NEW ORLEANS
rpHB new steamer HUMBOLDT ,
leamr HUMBOLDT -4 S H
burthen, Capt. Wat. irvC-''5-l
. Taylor, Clerk. W.Jr-V.,5'WHa l
X l'jno tons
Stuoso, John D.
This stesmer is now finished at Cincinnati, and ready to
take ber place in the trade.
Th Humboldt is entirely a new boat of th first olasa and
built expressly for the Nashville and New Orleans trade
her Unlit draught (drawing only 26 Inches water) will enable
her to eoine wuh a load when othars can only come light.
W solicit (or her a share of public patronage.
JOHNSON, HOUNE A CO . I ,
JOHNSON, W EATER A C, f eBta-
ocl23 m A. L. DAVIS, U. 8. Mail Packet Office.
NASHVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET,
V7II-t' run the ensoing season be- -4 , J . i
V? tweea the above ports. The A-i
America has been docked and thor- vri " V " :i ' B f L
oughly repaired this fall, and we bave no hesitation in say
ing that she I, in respect to strength, equal to any boat In
th trade. Her cabin has been thoroughly overhauled, and
the traveling community may r.ly on this boat for aa much
comfort as any boat In the trad. CapU Johnson's long ex
perience In Ihe trade without any accident, is suiHoient lo
prov bis superior skill. Hi atuution to paaseiiirers is with
out fault, for freight or pannage apply to the Cupula on
board, or JOHNSON, WEAVER A CO.,
No. 88 Market St., or to
A. L. DAVIS,
octlT m U. 8. Mail Packet Office. Agents.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
r 1 "II T. Pine Pasenger Steamboat A "TT
A NASHVILLE, Capt. Tbob. Bxlu- rC""-
S.XVDBB. will leav Pailucah for the aaf n
above port on Sunday, the4rh of November.
The rrirular packet "Cnlia" will leav here oa Friday, th
Sd day of November, with freight and passengers for tha
Nashville. A. UAMII.TON, la.
otntd J. A. McALLlSTEB A CO., f en"
ST. LOUIS & NASHVILLB REGULAR PACKETS.
A.SO.VIA, SALUB WKST,
James Muxxb, Master. J. N. Cobbitt, Master,
THs) above steamers will nn regularly la th St. IaU
and Nashville trade during th season. Their aocom
modations tor passengers are vqual to any suaiuboata ou
th Oumbvrland river, and their rospectiv officers will do
all in their power to add lo Uie comfort of people traveling
with them. A. HAMILTON,
octll Cm Agent.
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE
. U VII I .
1'HE New Steamer "SCOTLAND,"' TTV m
lvou ton burtheu Captain R. L. vrTTJ
ruscus. This steamer, now beipgaaa i ' "i' i itrTStai
rilHE New Steamer "SCOTLAND,",
je iyihj t
uiMCKss. This steamer, now Deioiri
built at Louisville, will be finished by the loth November,
when ah will take her p ac In th trad as a regular packet
Th Scotland t aa entirely new boat of th first class,
and built exclusively for the Nashville and New Orleans
trad her light draft enabling her to come with a load when
others ran owoi only IlKht. W wlicit for her a sbar of
public patronage. A. HAMILTON, la i.
JOHNSON, HORNS CO, ( JleD,-
W We want ta Lira Jeajr)a a does band aad
firemen for th abovw boat. nctlti Sm
NASHVILLE AND CINCLNNATX PACKET.
flUt New Uwht Draught Steamer, A J, P' '1 -X
P. K. Babklky, " j-t" '--'-" -i
V 111 leav Nashville every other Tuesday, at 4 oVI. k, P.M.,
itcrvutinua in uaded.Jicg seaauo. A. HAMILTON,
oct!) Cm Agent.
DAILY LIE Or PACKETS
ALIDA. CUBA. ROCK CITY.
For 6mlthland, Paducalt, Loolsrilla and St- Louis.
CONNECT1NU at PaJucab with Louisville aad Si. Louis U.
0. Mail UoAta.
Leaves NaahvUU Mondays and Thursdays, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
hTEAJIEU CI' It A
Leaves Nashville an Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 o'clock. M.
ST E ATI EH HOCK. CITY
Leave Nashville on Wednesday aad Saturday, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
The shore boats are of light draught and have good aocom
modations fcr passengers, and will ran regularly la th Cum
berland River Trad. On. of iheia Uavc Nashville ev.ry
day. except Sunday, at lo o'clock, AJa. A. 11AUILTUN,
NASHVILLE AXD ME.TIPIIiat
TJNmD STATES MALL PACKET LINE.
J.G.CLINE. JOHN SIMPSON. CITYor UCNTSVILLI
rr Tlcmplkia Jitvr Orlana St. Lula,
THI- V'EEKL J.
TH t splendid new paaaanf-r ateamera CITY OP HUNTS
Vll.UG. CASAJka, kU.uw, leave NaabvlU. every Moa
day at o'cl -ek, p. - . ,
J. U. CU.NE, Si. Davs, Master, leave NssLrlll retry
Wednewlay at o'clock, P-n- . , . ,,,
JOIIS S1MPN. Jaca Davib, Mastar, kavaa Sashviila
STry FrwtAjr al 4 o'eloc, p.
Connecting at Padorah with th. daily Laaisvili. and St.
Louis United at Mad oaa, and at Mewil-hia with taa
splendid N eW r lean ittsnsn Builaua, U, W. U-J, us.
Collier and Inrossar. ...
Th accent! tUooa this tin cannot b aarwasd.aad
pawenr.es will find tt by far Ui Sji-t axau of travel
cither North or South.
f or freight ar bass apptr , ,
A. L. DAYTS, I ltvaU
act. A. ItAMILTO.-C. f '
IIPTY THOUSAND BLSHKI WHEAT WASTED, Bf
whMh tha hiabrtt pne la CASU w,)l paid,
tllll'.tt, lAXMMi A CO,
fa rraMe Market and trek rrt
To MhoIfaIc Grocers
OrrfcaJ FOR CALK, at hi Tobarea Maatfartory. a.
CW!cgUewt, Fin tU HLNbiUU aVuAUl TOBAC
CO 4 ta Auuwirg ism heaaits:
Vw kaa H KCTA LEAP, tawp.
M 4, IU Jo
PitlDa OP TTlB ROCTII,
O. K. LABBVaaCN CLiOJQ,
JOjIN BASIHlU-a. , da
R.iW NOTHING. oa
t. C. HORN Tt tllff.
lOO K F.WARD. 'J?.
RAN AW A Yon Monday night. t)'e 31st inst., wh (
employment of Mr. Ch:ir!e K U. Martin, of 1 .
TWO NEGRO MEN. named JIM aal Alomar. T
about twenty-five years of a:; of dark eornplexi.
with them a new suit of clothes, made of sTren ea ,
and new ii'k haU. JIM is a'-ul fiv feet eiitht .
fcV'h: weighs a hunt ISO itx; wett ftrmel. ldh forehead
plesslna CPitntcnaRce; pra!tt quick when spoken to:";"
raised in WiUianwoa Ci.unty by Thomas Petwsy. ALB
ia about 5 feet 7 inches high; weiffha about 175 Ibi; ro.
fnce, goot Cf untenanc", with small murid eyes; sp
ratlver skw when s;ok -n to; ritheran htunb; looki:r r.
gro; waa riised by Col. T!;oiu t W i'lianis, of MoDtgomer.
Ala- I w:I! give the above reward if il.ey are taken an
secured so teat I get thesa.
mjS-t-tf . C. L. NELSOX, . ;
Ll'-iu -".- yjt.' tl !. VTVf rrrrTfyrT 1
SUFFLZalENT C7 FREIGHT TASLf 7.
SrP?STNmTET3 OFFIC, I
Njshvtixb A CBAvrtioonj Riu ms, Oct. 1, l.-r'S. I -
ON and after SATU !tll AY, t -!h int , C-ara and Tour
over She Nashville and Chattanooga Raiiruad aiil ba
cliarged at rales aa leiow :
f-" - -
Stalioaa to Chattanooga. Z 5-
ni. ok S
Proea Ns.hvlile. Lavetna aad
Smyrna 10 cts. 9 cts. fete. 4Cct.
" Murfreesooro', Christiana
and frw ervule ,' 4
' Bellhuokle, Warlrace, Shel
by vill and Normandy S " 7 " 0 ' V "
" TulUhoma, K-till's fprings,
Dechenl and Cowan I ' " 5 " tt
Tantaion, Anderson and
Stevenson 6 " 3 " 4 " 25 "
" Br'daeport, tsJieU mould and
Whi.es.de 5 " 3 "1 14
StatfJiia to Nash villa.
Prom Chatturoga, SueUicoun I,
and Whi'Me Vt - 9 " 45
Bridtepur', Stevensi c, An-
deraunan lTanUIm 9 9 " 4 ( "
" Cowan, D-cherd. Kitili's
Springs ard TulU.hipia... 8" 7" 5" 84
Normandy, WartriCe. Shel- -
byriileand hellbn.-K!e T" 5 50
PwerriKe, Clirittiana and
Murfreeiboro ' ft " 4 13 "
" Plcrence, Smyrna and La-
vergae S ' 4 " 3 " CO "
PTnur at the above rates to be shipped in lots of seventy,
five barrels and upward., at one time, when in leu quaali
tie., five cents per barrel to be added, b' iuur ia sack will
be transported ou the same term, i"0 II . to be ruled and
charwl as on baxreL li. L. ANCERSON,
HOCA?IN. 50 ca-es Thck Brciran., received to-day
by JOHN tt AM Al'i K.
rctA 4-j College street.
EE NCTrrCErVEDVVE'cTJTTLE" FAITH.
TO THE I'VIILIC.
ARTICLE 1ST.-SECTI0N 1ST.
IPO iiwrl that ihe Sjrn.ieie n!d by me as the CON
CAVE CONVEX GtASPliS are the some article as thosa
known in this city as the BraxMMan Pebhle; and for the ben
efit of thoj Interested will back try assertion wUlr
One Iluudretl Dollars.
Fro Sd. Please notice tl e difference in prices. Tha artj.
cle for which you have paid fifteen dWlir 1 will sell for ten.
Those tor which yea bave paid five, I will sell for three, in
all cases war anLing mine to he the sam quality of Blassea
the quality of metal equal, and workmanship superior.
Ssc. Sd. ricase nolle C-at 1 sell for cah, as rrv prtcea
J"tify- J. 1L0WKRS,
octli 41 Union st.
VE ,re rrepared t pay the II I Q H k S T V IRK IT
eniCH for Wlsrut Hit l orn, at the Nash
ville City Mills, snd desire all C. Wheat drower. to gve aa
a call before selliug elsewhere. Likewise we shail be pre
pared to exchange flour for Wheat on such terms as will
be sotlifactory. o. HAMMOND A CO.
n. B. We will psy 10 per cent above the market
.no. fcr Wheat .leaned thrmirh
CHILD'S GRAIN SEPARATORS.
Jell watrwtf e. H. A CO.
! ECHOES WAITED.
JWISIT to buy six or eiirht gcod smooth young Negroes,
from 16 to 111. Also, two gooj CMrpenters and a Brick
Mason. 'cp-ll RfiJi W. POlllkU.
Tao Altna Iosnraaca Company of Hartford. : J
CASn CAPITAL NV.firfl.
THO. A ALEXANDER, Sec'y TUO. K. BRACE, Prei't.
SUt Mutual F. yv. inranee Co. of Pa.
A. J. G1LLETT, Seo'y J. B. RUTHERF0Si,Pril
New York Lifa Insaranco Cotnjaiiy.
A CCU M UL A T D CAPITAL f "r
PLINY PKKEM.AN, Actuary. .110Ur.i3 FRANK1XN, Pra
Fire, Marine, f:il.in-! Hull and Life rk talfn at f(juUabi
rate. JyiSl JCMa'U NAU.AgenU
A. J. FRANCISCO.
MANUFACTURER AND EEALF3 IN
HATS, CAPS & LADIES' FURS
IV . 14 3 l'tiblic Kquarc.
AJI'EMNti OF THE Il il NFVNOX.
LADIES' FANCY DRESS FITRS.
Far Capea, Talnuii, TvS Victorinrg axd Coffi
, . Caxriaga Robes, loot Moils, Ermiua
and Far Trimming.
I, A DISS wl( bear in mind that the '
Isrie aiiorrm-nt of LAUlKh' AN'I
r r 1 r, ane now rraiy ror
exhibition at the Fur Lmpnrlum of
A. J. FRANt rsCO,
No. IU Puolic Square.
pl MY AUTUMN STYLE OF MOLK
IV. PKl HAT lUR isISlsncw ready
A"' for inspection at No. '!& Publiu
Square. Thoe who wish an elegant
lUr.Srf HAT are Invited to rait and leave ,
their orders early. 1 hoe who left thair I
Oilers during the week, will find their Hsta ready fcr
ileUvery to-Uay. A. J. FRANCCO,
octll No. II Public Square.
L0NtN SMOK VROWN HUNOASIAN, ANDp-W
THE BROWN ANU PFAIU, ALHH.N'.S HAT. IA
These ar entirely ew style of goods worthy th at-aV-
Uon of all who de.ir something tasty in the list line.
ottlH A. J. FRANCISCO.
CAI'N! t ATI ! J CAPS!!!
MENU AND BOYS' CLOTH AN1 PLUSUT
CAPS of vry ilmcriptioa anil q'li'T, jt:T".
relved and now rev at rh- FAi-ilI0SAllLi.Y''',A
UAT kMPOULM, No. ui Public Squai-a.
ociU A. J. FU ANCKCO.
VM. M. LAVTGN & CO,,
,2V . 13 Southern M liurf,
Cliarloatori, 53. O..
FOR THE SALE OF
WVstcm end Sculhrrn Prcducc.
WM. M LAWT0N,
k. w. BAtor, f
aug7 in m
I JOS. T. PII L.
I Vi L-.L0RN LAWTO, Jr.
lAST!:i!-1 wh toparcha FIFTY LAND WA
V V EAN'l'j, for which I will pay th hivte-t mariel pita
B. A. SAlloWk,
augt4 Genl. Agent Nu. II Ueadcrkk f C
HOLMES & STOiUT,
nr V laatrf,
CH AULESTOIV, S. G
XtT Will atlead tr tlv sa, ml COTTON, JX0CR.
( RAIN, Ac, or other Produce
. Ageat Faiwito Lin Nw Turk Packeta,
ItrcclYlisi,Frt rI Ip grand Oratinlaal
T Y Al alarr. and Cusnaivitous Warehwi. lav-
A A ssadiaitiyou Untosi af uaUvsr.
inorxT OLIVET CIILTEBT.
AT a anectica 4 taa StocktMitter uf 0 Mount C'lvvt
Onursery, baid at tha uIIkw i Ajixtoiry A Crwraett,
aa thi day. Ilia fetdvwiag iiojeaxa ara ni.n.a.i lif
A. . LlBdakry, J. 1!. Bskkiek,
B. W. Hail, P. A bnr.o,
A. Nlo. J F. alrk-.ut
C W. Nc
After tba ieclitn. t!. L r i ictk s::d argarisvL . V.
t. Llwd.lrf was eleetrd Frrstiletit, slJ C. . .Since, 3rcr
tarv ant Treaarer.
Th. Coespany m pvwianeory Mjir'sed, and artiva
Wp will t tkn tn "lji" w r ta. grouad ta
bandacm. tyl aad la bnoff iu au bits marad At ss
b. tow bum ti th kV-ard l lracvr ta t ar. aa aswa
ar pain to ssa. tt rh a Caufy aa Uf snuia audi
last, af aur aosaatujuty rvqoira.
A . .. UBwSLAY .PrwsidMt.
0. W. Nak-b, Secrvtmry.
ept. I. IviV
co.mi: TO T11V.
TUI UT"THf PACil BKANPY, APN J BRAW.
BY. liu rtaeliia and l'tut AftLts, ia Is
B u i Ik ataK-a. w.il E.-v rey saw a T ate,
at ta. atari prw. is a.u y rr. r..mm- oiy
(isdMS,rBiMcUar k-r tjiuwas, l.UM M-lia
FILL of xrntiTopoi..
Bring h aiog and gl lh aee-IM, V' barkaatd.
MtlS N. I aaa brMda., AusTea.
. IT A F t'.tt 11 1 i snd ti" h W e pie-. ) - r
, c.i d and J i U. t'itait,
prf.?! . 3 eVX U-'t.