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Offie We. 1J, t i i : t Deaderfek Street.
A Remarkable Story of Garrick.
A Paris porepoudent of the Boston Traveller
writes as fallows:
" The d-tof t' is letter if ttnouirh to let jou know
that Paris is abandoned by th few thousand peo
ple, culled "evryho.iy." All the best writers of
the prepg have flown with them. The rharmlnR
- 41. Eu ene Ouinot s n''s u weekly lettm from one
-or another of the charming Tillages in the vicinity
of Pari?. In a letter from the forect of Bondy, he
tells the following singular story, in exhibition of
the wonderful powers rf Garrick:
The celebrated ErjolUh actor, Garrick maoe a
trip to Paris in 1757, when lie was at the height of
hie talent and fame. Ue did not, as manr of our
.artists do now, muke the excursion for the purpose
(A speculation, he did not come to Paris to perform
and irake money. lie traveled for amu-ement, a
mere tourist, anzioua to visit a beautiful country,
which he roisrht partly cliim for hig own. The
family of the Enzlish actor was of French origin;
they fled the country upon the revocation of the
Edict of Nft'ites. In the njtil coach which bore,
them from London Dover, Garrick fouDd for a
fellow traveler, Sir George Lewis, a gentleman he
iad met several timec before in company, and had
known 'or a corsttnt frequenter at Drury Lune
Tbea're. Thev took advantage of this casual eo
cour ter to improve their acquaintance; each wag
delighted with the other. After crossing the chan
riel tocether, they came to Paris in the same ve
hicle, but when thev reached thirt capital thev sep
arated. The actor went to the house of the fiiends
who were expecting him, and Sir George Lewia
took up Lis lodgings iu one of those splendid fur
nished lious-B of the Quartier de la Chaussee d'An
tin, which then began to be a very fashionaUe
quarter of the town. The two traveling compan
ions had proii ir-ed to s.'e a great deal of each other
dorine their stay in Pari, but the very differei t
life each of them led rendered it impossible for
them to xecute their resolutions. Sir George
Lewis was a man between forty five and fifty years
old, with a very singular face, whoe irregular and
prominent features made his physiognomy most ec
centric and expregt-ive
Dutin; the whole journey Garrick had admired
that countenance, th'nkin? what an effect it would
prodnce on the stage. Despite his age, which
should have cooled the ardor of his character, and
hive engazed hira to abandon the follies of youth,
Eir George Lewi lived in the midst of dissipation
and pleasure He had come to Paris to amusa
bimself by gaily spending a large legacy unexpect
edly bequeathed to Lim. He was passionately fond
of gamin, ami the s tisfaction of this passion led
him into a very mixed company, bs indeed are all
companions where gambling is iudulgfd, since these
men are valued y the sum of money they are able
or willing to st ike on the cards, a t-st which allows
many sh-irp-rs to slip in. The actor lived in a
very diff r nt sort of eociety, and during the four
months of th ir stay in Pari the two tra veliiit: com
panions scarcely met above two or three times
Just as he waa about 1-avitig for London Garrick
called upon Hir George Lewia, to bid him goodbye i
and enquire ll he hud ai y commands for London.
To nis borror be wag informed that the unhappv
gentleman had been Hfsa-Hi tinted the previous even
ing. ITis body had been found that very morn inn
in the Forest of Bondy, covered with wounds, and
lying bathed in blood.
Deeply touched, G rrick exerted himself to as
Certain as much as possible of the details of this de
plorable event. He found that Sir George Lewia
bad been one of a party of pleasure to visit a cha
teau in the environs of Bondy, where a large com
pany of sportsmen and gamblers were assembled,
lie intended to retrain there somo days. The first
evening of his visit he won a large sum of money
at the gaming table. In the afternoon of the sec
ond day he received a note from Paris, engaging
him to a gallant rendezvous, aDd immediately on
receipt of it, be bade adieu to the company. They
tried to retain him, less out of politeness, perhapH,
than the desire of winning back the money he had
taken from them, and this denire was so vehement
as to carry them to the resolution of dismounting
hi4 carriage. But Sir George Lewis was a man of
will, and he determined to return to Pat is on horse
back. He leaped oc his horse and galloped, away.
Further than this Garrick could 1 arn nothing. The
police were inclined to believe the catastrophe one
of the usual adventures then frequent in the forest
of Bondy ; but Garrick pointed out to them that Sir
George Levis1 pistols were found loaded and in bis
bolsters, and that while his purse bad been taken
from him, his gold watch, gold snuff box and dia
mond ring were found untouched, from which he
concluded, firstly, that Sir G crge Lewis bad not
been attacked by banditti, but by some acquaint
ance, who perfidiously took him off his guard ; and
secondly, thai the pernouul property lay untoucUed
merely because the robber was afraid of compro
mising himself. Therefore, the nssasnin was an ac
quaintance of Sir George Lewis, and moved in the
social circle to which the knight belonged. The
eociety assembled at the chateau was then secretly
Bcaniied by Garrick and the police, and suspicion
alighted upon an Italian cdled the Chevalier Gae
tan. l'hi- Italian was proved to have quitted the
chateau shortly after Sir George Lewis, aud, dt-spite
bis explanations, he was arrested; but no direct ev
idence could be brought against him, and the noble
proprietor of the chateau, who was naturally very
anxious that no such cloud as crime should rest
upon his "Irieud-," used every exertion to procure
the liberation of the Italian.
At the moment Garrick intervened. He begged
the police to allow him to muke an experiment
which be declared was decisive. Garrick, as eve
ry body knows, was famous lor his play ol feature ;
be could assume whatever countenance he pleased.
Sir George Lewis had his portrait, taken by Latour,
and Garrick went to Laiour's studio to study 'he
portrait and "make up" himself. The police fetc'i
ed the Iuliun from the gaol, and carried him, well
escorted, to Sir George Lewis's rooms. Uueacy
and perplexed at this move, (for he bad ben a vin
itor at Sir George Lewis's house,) he questioned
the police agents what they were going to do with
him. No reply was made to his enquiries until
they reached the deceased's house, when the chief
of the police said : "Sir George Lewis is not dead
lie accuses you of attempting to aasan-iuato him.
I am going to confront you both." The Italian
trembled, be could scarcely speak, his confidence
- all forsook him. lie was carried into the room
wber.- Girrick stood ; the great actor represetitod
Sir Gi-orge Lewis to the life ; he bad bis face, fea
tured, expression, gesture, aud it was in the very
tone of the deceased knight Garrick exclaimed :
"You wretch! you ae-ase'iut Do you dire deny
your crime betuie met" The Italiau was thunder
struck, aud falling upon his knees, con leased bis
crime and prayed tor tmrcy. 11 9 was hung.
American C orvette IMitn&utla at South
H 111 I Oil .
From the Lou Jo a Newt.
Tbero is no lying in Southampton, United
States corvette called the Plymouth. CSbe is
commanded by Captain lalreu, the inventor
of those enormous guns with which American.
men-of-war are now tinned, and which, in the
opinion of some, will revolutionize naval war
fare, as euipa will be destroyed betore they
can come near eitch other. A pivot gun whicti
U on board the 11) mouth has anil luoli bore.
There are in all five large guns oil board, and
the object of the PlyinoutU'a cruise is to ena
ble Captain Dalgren to make aouie experiments
in sea-fir iug. Although the machinery tr
working thesegutnis very perfect and beauti
ful, yet the labor of firing such heavy ordi
nance la severe. There are some pretty howit
zers on board the 1 i mouth, wiucb are re
uiarkablo lor the r&pu'ity with which they can
be hied aud the facility with which they cau
be used in boa t, or mounted oo carriages oa
eliore. The boarding implement aud small
arms, sucli as tomahawks, swords, pistols that
Can be converted into carbines, abort carbinee
that are loaded at the breech, and hate the
properties of the Minie ritle, are well worth in-,
epection, all having some uew and useful pro-
Certy. One of tb curious properties of the
algren heavy gun u the siugnlarly nielUw
aoaud that accompanies its discharge. The
volume of sound which it caUi U enormous,
but the sound is not that ringing aud ear-sj lu
ting quality which Usually aocoiupaulea heavy
orduauce. The riymoutU is iircod for twenty-two
tiuni?. Her full coti) Iciuetil of men is
32t'. Hercrew, however, ; t present atnou.ita
to only 18'J inetu She is a wooden ahi, tlf
enormous strength, her timbers beiug tur
heavier than thoreof Knghah uiec-ot-wr.
An aspirant far eovagreasion&l honors
In Maryland allege auioorf others, the fallow
ing claim opoa tLa t.oLlio of Lis district: '
"Tha cit aeui oi IU whoie district r rumlw thr
letter 1 adJfessod to tint lloi. Kenneth R.vaar,
of North Carolina, iu regard to the Know Nothing
platform, which were widelj circulated throughout
tha United States, aad vlciud from AretiUvuop
Keurick and Olhera eotupiiiuootarv lett.rs ibankm
in a for writing them, and 1 hv. (ltd ti pleta-ir
ol several tlmea enjoying his aociet and Wsj;iut;
tj ai hU ninuioa bj lari'.atlaa.'
F2IDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1857.
The Senatorial Question.
In the debate, Wednesday, in the House
of Representatives, on the resolution pro
viding for the election of United States
Senktor 6 if the 27th instl.'one of the sham-"
democratic members announced that "he
"was glad to know that the lion. Mr. Bell
"was not dead. The democratic party; n
continned he. "was now nearly without op
position in the State; and in the event of
" his death he foresaw the demise of all op
" position." JJe added that the sham de
mocracy were "now demanding here (po
" litically) the head of John Bell in a char
ger. n It would appear from these re
marks that the sham democracy in their de
sire to elect a successor to Mr. Bell, at this
time, are gorerend by the ignoble passion
of revenge. They have felt his power, and
regard hira as the head and front of the
opposition to them in Tennessee, and they
would violate the former expressed opinions
of their party, touching the expediency aud
constitutionality of the proposed election,
to get his "head on a charger." They fear
him they fear to trust the people, to trust
their own rank and file, during the ensuing
two years lest a change adverse to sham
democracy might take place, and he would
have their " heads on a cbanrer!" Now.
is not this a noble position for a great par
ty which claims to be invincible which as
sumes that in allfulure time Tennessee will
remain firmly fixed in the sham democratic
family! A great party afraid of, and war
ring upon one man, demanding his death
to appease their revenge and quiet their
fears! But they cannot kill off John Bell.
They may gratify their hatred, by electing
a successor to him at this early day, but
they cannot disarm his intellect of its
weight and power, nor render it less potent
in its opposition to them. One of the last
of the great men left to the country, before
his successor has got fairly warm in his
seat, she will call him from private life to
guide her destiuies, in a higher and nobler
position. They may take his "head upon
a charger" and perform their malignant in
cantations over it we will emblazon it up
on our.standards, and in future"Contest3 it
shall stimulate our exertions and lead us
to triumph. They shall learn that John
Bell, dead or alive, fairly before the peo
ple, is a symbol of strength which cannot
be successfully resisted.
If gentlemen would tike their hats and leave the
hall, let them. lie woul i be sorry to see it; and
would roucb prefer a manly contest. Mr Repre
Does the gentleman from Maury mean to intimate
that the sham democrats who "took their hats and
loft the ball" in 1841, when a Senatorial election
was on the tapis, did an unmanly thing?
A. Wib Exfkdiknt. The Cincinnati Times says
" we observe that some of our city tra'lesmen have
resolved to meet the present emergency by rai-ing
the funds from the sales of their stocks, and have
accordingly reduced prices to rates that will enable
them to do so. This is certainly far b- tter than
borrowing money at two or three per cent, per
month, or suffering heavy discounts upon good
notes that will doubtless be paid at maturity.
When money is twice as much in demsnd, then pro
per inducements must be held out to its possessor
to part with it, and we know of rone better than
furnishing such articles as he may need st Iowor
prices than he can purchase them elsewhere. It is
the sure way, and those who have adopted it are
Gii'Iin'' it.s effects, in the fuel that their Biorea are
crowded from morning until night. To look into
such establishments one would fancy that there are
no hard times, upon us, that the pressure was a
mere fancy. We do not mean by this a reduction
to ruinous rates, but such as reason would ilictnt'-
to be more advantageous than borrowing money at
FurriClKNT Answer. The New York Sun sxys:
any one asking just cow "what the mischief s to
pay f" had belter study the following Bank table
and iu three months contraction of tltirtti-neven mil
lions of loaus, he will have an amply sutbeient ans
July' 3 U3
August 15 101
" 22 3
: 29 9."
September 6 88
" 19 84
October 3 It
" 10 71
11,300 0( i0
9, '201 OuO
Tht Enow their Man. The New York (.'our'
itr and Kuquirer, a bUek republican sheet, compli
ments Andrew Johnson as follows: The election
of lion. Andrew Johnson from Tennessee, is a most
gratifying exchange for James C. Jones. The Ut
ter has wou for hiiuadf the name of the most pes
tiferous demagogue and agitator who has rrceutly
afliicted the Senate. Gov. Johnson is a very plain
man, and of rather unprepossessing address, but. be
is endowed with practical talents for public affairs
which secures distinction aud ascendancy.
Tlie Uoverninent t'lnancea-TIr. Srcrs
tarjr Cobb Takiuf in Sail.
The following circular from Collector Shell indi
cates pretty clearly the effort of the 6nancial revo
lution upon the fa lertil treasury.' R.ad:
Custom Hocsc, Naw Yoac, Oct. 13j 1S57.
Pim: Th Secretary of the Treasury wishes to
o'ti'i th opinion of importing and other mer
chant of intellieuca and information, a to ilie
etfect which the present fi-ia' cil condition of th
country will have upon importation from abroad.
Tlie p irtieular point to whi.-h his inq iirit re
lute, are, the probal.lo amount of import iti. ins for
the neil twelve or eighteen rnonttis; the prohabl
ctistip" in the price ot the more important art it le
of import; and also, the probable amount of eoola
now in wrehou.-te that will be withdrawn fur con
Muniption during tha residue of the current fiscal
year, with any other iulortuation tail miy ear
upon the subject and aid him in the preparation ot
tne inual ealimle for Conereaa.
Your viuwt and opinion io n lation to ihee mat
ter are r ap-rtlully solicited.
Your ole.lient fervsnt.
At'UCSrUS bllrJLL, Col ec tor.
To Measr. .
Thu It appears lb it S.-cretary Cobr i takin.' in
aail. lie li inailo the important dis.-ov ry thst
the cslculaiiou of hi pre dec- !-or, wha wa t iron
eously auppoaed to bd a aagaeiou financier, are
sOmjluulv Cood for nothing under the exnauaiing
! preeour ot thi fearful revulsion. He ha disco.
rred that wheu tabk break merchsuU fti'j that
(,n mrrr har.ls art r! m'rateii sitli l!nir M.ir. a lull
of eipeusive good, they stop iinportin, aud Uiat
wit!) the aloppag.i of ujporlaltoK the revetiU'
fruro tliecusliiu fall iiirt- Mr. Cub' ha lhu
lound out that i(ii hi Custom House receipt
dwindled down to half a million a week they adl
not be auCk-leot, by m 0(1Jj tUvl, to n;eet the Cot1,
gret.ionl approprist ouol eighty fie tud jjtiifjr
lUe year. lul be La ttade thi dtirovi ry alter
teouriag hi irra-ury urplu in l!ie redemption cf
i;iiverutuent lH.ks, Irviu iweuiy- hrr million to
ix trillion Thus, iu Li j;tnrro' tfTorl to I -heva
the CKtua.oaiiy, he h reduced U.a ovara
ueut to the tiecc.-ny ol a ian. A" Y. JJrrald.
CacTi'f T Ladus. A ladj reslJing it the
T.llage of Matntord, L'T.ti., was very eeverelj
birned on Friday lt in ihefoll )vririi?inaunef:
n ; i.aa wen ot'f lying to her dair mix. ore
of catur i,ll and alcohol, and approaciilujj Um
near a lighlJ lajnj, her hcaj i-rpame ctiVcl
04ej in a blaze, ajj ltv rlasue Wai i Ot . XU&-
guisl.eai.nul th ldy o severely Larst
lhl h i duw CvfDoidereU to be iu critical
Policy- of tbe State Bank
From the Union and American.
. . Bank of Tknns8b, ) -
October 21, 1857. )
To the Editor of the Nashville Union :
1 oo'ic- in your paper of this morning an ad
dress to me, over the signature of a "Business
Man," desiring to b in'orme I of the policy of this
Bink. under the suap n-ion recently ordered by tbe
Board of Direct rs. ....-- - .-,
It is not nsaal to make oublic the proceedings of
the Board of Director, unless called for bv the.
General Assembly, but this a cae iu which the
people are so moch interested that I depart from
the eenerat rule and enclose you a copy of the in-"
tructions forwarded to each of our Broches on
Monday last, which will be an an-wer to tbe ques
tion propounded by your cotrespond"nt as to the
present policy of the Pank, but which will be lia
ble -to change Ht any lime, should the Board of
Dir- ctors think any other mor wise and judi
cious to adopt.
I am, Respcctfullv,
.' ... ' C. JOHNSON.
Bank ov Tennessee. )
October, 18, 1857. ) '
Dear Sir: Tbe suspen-ion of sp cie payment,
by the Bank of Tennessee, shouM produce no -change
in the business of vour Branch, except ;
more caution in your discounts: your bu-ineo ,
should not be enlarged in consequence of it. The
safest rule to adopt in the discount of notes, will j
be to limit it to your weekly receipts, and to pui
chase no bills which are not designed to remove ',
th products of the State to their proper market.
They should be of short date, requirius in all cases
such security as wilL ensure their payment here, if
ti ey should be returned dishonored. The present
derangement in the trade of the country will not '
ju-mfv ua in relying on acceptances of Banks or in- (
divHuals in other States.
In your discounts, let your customers under- n
stand distinctlv that payment will be required at H
matnrity. This chould be yonr general rule but j
your Board of Directors should be car-ful not to j
sarily the citizens dealing ith you. I
all cas-s of necessity only to prt j
allowing thrm in
P'iv or r-n.-w their debia.
Your Branch must be kept constantly in a con
dition to resume specie payments the moment it is
done in the Northern aud Southern cities with whicr.
To en.ible you to do so when required, vou will
be expected to strengthen your Bruch ty tlie a -ditiou
of soil and silver as you may be able conve
niently to obtain it.
You will not permit your precious metils to go in
to th- hauds of Brokers or money dealers uud'-r
any circumstance 8 whatever.
To such of your citizei 8 as may nee ' smal
sums for the purpose of change or traveling x
penses, you will acco i mo'late upon the present
ment of your notes, as it no cuspensiun bad wk n
Your Branch will be expected to be kept in a
condition not let-s favorable (or the resumption of
specie payments than at the time when surpensiou
You will not fail to forward us weekly ntatements
of your discounts as heretofore.
C. JOHNSON, Prks't
President ot tne Branch at .
Tbe Treaty bet we tbe l ulled States
A meeting was hel i by the I-raelkes of N8h-
vi le, at their Synagogue, North M iket sire, t, on
Sunday, October the lS'.h, 1857, fr the purpose of
t king into consideration certain articles iu a lute
treaty sign, d by the United Statrs and the Swiss
Mr. L. Lyons was called to the Chair and Messrs.
I). El-btack and D. Arou acted as Secretaries.
The Chairman delivered a short address, wherein
he stited ttie obj.-et of the meeting; he then pro
duced a circular from Baltimore, addressed to the
Secretary of the congregation, K. K. Mogeus David,
of thi-city, which was read by Mr. Elsback, stating
that a d. legitim of Israelites from all parts of the
Union, was to a-s inble in Baltimore on the 28th
of 0 tober, iust., for the purpose of laying before
his Excellency, th- PrrBl lent of tbe United Stat s,
the injustice done to a portion of the Ameri an
Messrs. M". Sulzbicher, B, Lyon, D. Elsback,
and D. Aron were up pointed a committee to nfiw
up a series of resolutions, and the lollowing were
reported and unanimously adopted;
Resolw.d, That as citizens and Israelites we pro
test against certaiu articles iu a treaty ratifi -d be
tween this Country aud Switzerland, wherever the
Jewish citizens are deprived ol certain rights while
8oj urnin in that country, wh-n the constitution
ot the United States allows them the same rights
and privileges as other American citizens.
Keo'vedt That while we and the great mass of
Jcwifh citizens have always been faithful to the
Government and its principles, bo we have the
right of enjoying the same freedom a other A
merican citizens, abroad as well as at home, with
out distinction as to religious principles.
Resolved, That we truly believe the President of
the United States will take such steps tbat will
secure to the Israelites the same privileges in
Switz rhtid as to other American citiz"us, or nullify
a treaty with that country, which he with his lib
eral principles, would not have ratified.
Resolved, That a committee of four be appointed
to wait on the honorable Senators Bell and John
son, and stite our case to them, an I pray them to
plead our cause at the next session of tbe United
Stat' n Sen ite.
Resolved, That these proceedings be published
in the Union and American and Patriot, two daily
daily of this city, the Israelite in Cincinnati, and
Occident, of New York; al-o, all the papers dis
posed to aid us in the atuintnent of our rights.
Messrs. M. Sulzacher, S. Nathan, I. Garritaon,
and L. Lyons, were appointed as a committee to
confer with Hon. John Bell and Hon. Andrew
Johnson, United Slates Senator lor this State, on
the above subj -ct.
The meeting was then a ljourned. -.
L. LYONS, Ch'm'o.
D. A BON,
In Time. The Sparta Tiima tells the ful
lowin: "Upon the State Bank suspending in Nash
ville, the Bank tie-patched an agent in hot
haste to the Sparta Branch. There happened
to he ome Brokers from Nashville in joxt hs
hot haste aa he wa.". Neck and neck, and all
ou the cur, and arrived at MoMinuville to
gether. Together they all took the stage for
Spirt on the way the btn;;e broke down.
Here wat a muss. Bank ajrent said he would
walk a piece and etrnihten his joints and he
kept on wal ting ami reached Sparta abot half
an hour lefre the Broker. The Bank hus
pended. The Broker in hnt too late, too
iate! They looked aa a monument of grief,
and departed next day ininu the specie. The
liltle man with the cap gained the premium,
and w ill do to travel. Iu thu language of a
cotemporary we would ask, 'Are we g'mg
to permit the tamily ot Miylock to gel the
whole oi our property f r nothing.
'I lie Oiierailout at batopol.
We nu t on U" d - 1 1 v. W ilii ,u LeUu 1 of Sew
Y'ork, y th Siriijne!d American, who ha j j-t
ti turu-d I'.ifii t . ;.iui i. wit. r . with hi .8-o:.
st. , he hi l--n eigifil in rH:ig the Ha-i4i
-hfp sui k at S. a-uipi.l H- r p..tt t'.i- on ra-
li ni a tioolooe Q iitieiilv. uanv artiel .re rL-
i in a uhi.i ttil state. Olilni, nthcr', cun-.
tiSiu;, au i m.iiy v.iluhlrt thin-, are entir ly un
injurvd, but pie hail of the ves.?l are baJlf worm
eatea. There r two c xnpauit oa the t round
on; from New York anJ the other Irorn Bj-ton.
TtHtT hav united their operation, have between
them tiur veasels, aud have tajety seven Anieri
oan etii(ei iu the op ration. When be I ft
fiere were but two of lli-me on tbe rick lUt. Quite
i litf ' rumlM-r of Kusaiaua are alio employed at
about Si ttbU a day. The eompaaira have bail f
hsl itiey ri.be, the other half going to Ihe Ru
suu llove.-nmelit, which also inland ready to pur
chii.' at.y JibR of value that fi: u tbe tot of tu
compaide. It i a reulsr Tankee operstum, a'J
very good rtrwp itk'illoa of l.'ie enlcrf riss of the
Tni Caaatia Ptcaosa Amcoj ih pmeneera
by tint AllAtitiU wa Henry J. libera, Ka , of Lfal
1 1 more, Oaapprtiachi-. g Saudy Hook, the ateaiu.r
ws beared by the news agent of the a-oocUtrd
I rrse, whan Mr. IKrra bov ovvrboafi a one;
tu hia Wit, sehlch was l;timr J ai 1 1 c.wmeye J to ma
ul kr.pti sIU- by a cartirr i.eoo, at4 ifwiice k1-cKtsi-ii
4 la Ualuuijre. U'Ua U tiefiped ahvsv
Irutu l!i Steiuicr be HI met with a turtaage Lota
Li wile, telegraphed frota XJakiuttrfA
h oi iti.y wr a4 wvll at Ltuv &c.-2nt.
U U a farv to th rtch; a comedj ta tht
i-h; end a Irsge Jy totht poor.
LEGISLATURE OF TENNESSEE.
Tkursxat Oct. 22, 1857.
Mr. Roach presented a p tition irona citia n of
Carroll county, praying for an amendment of the
law authorizing county subscriptions of Railroad
stock, so that a ojaiority of the vot sca't, and not
a majority of the legal voters, thall decide the
Mr Koch, a bill to carry out the prayer of the
above petition' Psse3 fir-t reading and referred.
, Adjourned to 10, A. M., to-morrow
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
iHCRSDAT, O t. 22, 1857.
Mr. Algee, from citizens of Carroll county for the
passage of a law, to allow each county to subscribe
to internal improvements, ry a vote of its citizens
REPORTS OT COMMITTEES
Mr. Newman, from committee on internal im
provement reported the following bills: To repeal
tbe 3rd section of an AcL of ebruaiy 26, 1856,
chapt. 141, and a bill in lieu. To authorize S Wad
dle and M. Moore to build a mill iam across Chuck
ey river and rrCummended i passage. To amend
the Act of February 26, 1856. chapt. 204 and re
commended its pas-age. " To protect the credit jf
the State of Tennessee, and recommended its re
j -cion because th.re was already a law upon the
su jecL. Tbe resolution to equaliz - all the counties
of the State aid to internal improvements and re
commended its rej-ction.
Mr. Newman, in the chair, Mr. Dwelson, moved
a suspen-ion of the rule, and the reference to tbe
resolution directory to the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad Comtwi y. introduced by Mr. Turn r, of
Sumner, to the comiultteeou internal improvements
S?he H ouse resumed the consideration of Senate
resolution to elect a Uuited States Senator on the
27tb inst.; and the discussion was continued by
Messrs. Saunders, Stanton and Whit', of Knox,
against nd Messrs. Davidsou and Williams for the
Mr. Speaker Donelson, presented the report of
the Agent of the Penitentiary. Referred to the
commiitee on the Penitentiary, aud 5000 copies or
dered to be printed.
The House . djourned till 3 o'clock, P. M.
The House resumed the unfinished business of
the morning, and the discussion of the Senate res
olution to elect a United Stat, s Senator to succeed
Mr B II was continued by Mer. Davidson for
nd Richardson against the resolution, and the
House again adjourned without coming to a vote,
till v it i lock to morrow morning.
For th Patriot.
Till: FINANCE KIVLIt,
O'er a cou- try fair a d fertile
oarsed the Fin.nci Riveb
A fickle, fluctu .ting stream,
Whose tide kept changing ever
Sometimes lw a d someti ..ea High
In Spring as well as Au n i.n.
And full of Gulden fish some said,
Though people ni ve caught . m,
Cnti. its banks -too weak at last kept caving in kept
Men built upon its very brink
Too fond of tlevation,
Erecting jxljer structures high
Wit out a QoUl foundation ;
Yet n ver dreamii.g of a fulUJ)
While life itself existed.
Until there ca e a run n ng tide
Which could ot be resisted,
And underini.ird the hnuks so weak which caving in.
kept caving in.
Twas at the head-source of the stream
The bank first 'pan to crumble,
And castles tottering on its brink
Be an at length to turn le ;
And all adown the go den stream
The game scene of disaster
Wou d meet the eye of falling-banks,
Now filling fast and faster ,
And everywhere the run was f--lt, they aU cved in kept
cav ng in.
And "old 'u a, 'frantic with alarm,
tvUfh'd t the river's edges,
And swore to it they would give up
Their land and 1 ve as pledges,
If the stream would cea?e to run
Aud ake a week's Hutpenxion,
And thus relieve the sudden shock
And public npprehe sion ;
Cut nevertheless the b ints caved in -still caving in kept
The "knowing ones" who ha-ed on gold
Were imt so badly frightened,
For when the tutiitd kt-pt growing Ioom
They kept their pur es tightened,
But offer, d gold for paper-roots.
And gold, for "JlttoHng paper,"
For thought they, 'twill be some day
As good as g ld," though che-per
Cheaper while the banks caved in kept caving in kept
But those unthinking, reckless souls.
Who built up xper-houses,
Who spent each day in gambling games,
Each night in wine carouses,
All fainted at the weird wild note
The rushing tide prptumted.
And tht they so much paper ut-ed .
They sorely 11 repented.
But now, alas r no hope remains they all cave la keep
There is no Fisincs Rivaa now,
Bu waves iu high com mo ion.
Eh w where was once a peaceful stream
C.'wtiged to a boiling ocean ;
And o'er its surface naught is seen
But xiper wid ly scattered,
The remnants of the paper- towers
AUblo n adrift and shaered.
And the Fm act Rivsa banks caved all caving In ar
still caved in.
fgf A clear rouse jeiice is aotueliniet aoll fir
mooev, but never boaht with it.
X3f Politeness is the just meilium between
c rt nii'DT and rudeness.
j-gr- The first txpense is the least in everything
with the exception of law an I matrimony.
No man can be provi lent of A time, that
U noi prudaut in the choice of t.ig company.
LTe that has gpent raucii of hia time ie his
study, will seldom be collected enoui i to think in
a crowd, orcoiifi leut enouti totiU much in com
pany. fie who wits for to-morrow ti accomplish
that which is profittMe or useful, will find t at to
morrow to be on the other side of eternity.
fff" Mr. Tut-kermin relate thut. before Macau
lay's history app ared, hi rival critical .saayist,
C-trlvle, in reply to an inq iiry what ht opinion
might be of th- illu-triou Bt' i i ton. i i: "bril
liant eotnmo p'ce, sir, Jtoie on thou shining
DiPAR-rcaKS or MisiOMAiutti. W learn that
two youn la iies, Mian Hogan and Miss B.M. roem
brs of the Epi-copl Churc1', and 8ve othets of
the Preslytriao Clmrch, left few York in tha
ship Ocean futg't "n th" fit incta t, for Western
Africi. M'm Bll w- formerly a roi.-sionry in
thai j onion tJ the world, h r- sh Ti tot
two years. Sh r turne I for h r b-t!lh. aud his
n" pone out 7i".
OILlorT's" BK?T 8rrCL PtN.a;a-onr the fcX soma
UvoriU naiubs.r. Just re-eived and for a' by
OctfS it CUA'LK W. "HITS.
W. IL C0RIXELIU3,
(tscsaoa to si'coaa.)
AKD DEALER IN AIL KIN IS OF
Metallic U ii rial Cases
i ILL (i his atttea'toata all F'ir.eraSi h emBtsd
N ea.aa berrVXk.r ; n'i will farniH eve'ytKi'f tka'
is rii8i.! on s-Jrh re ue. i-f best J A I I aad la food
U i' tre- ea ha&J every tj 5 tf w ood aad
cloih Cr ff ut. ht. e-
V. nl au.od to the parch VM nt t-t oo of Lata ia.
Mt U.ivet . t-jte'wrr, and wid pr ur oecai jur tu same,
beiDS suthortiej hy tt s eonrtat V.
Vt ill attetd to th reeu.vjj ef bo-tl-s to Ml Oilvel
fr wtu otfcar tBotrr, at a el'a--l t Fe sij-
Kksc A. T. Uadief, Frei!at St. O.ivvl Teas
'r; C. W. Msart. F-r.t.r); Ht v. tr. liU, vev. J.T
tdr. ). v . X LV-.b. ln. Oct- a.
Ill ATf .'.!. i Ui rn vf AJio:c'irUvta mi t asistU
ut i. T. ht. u. IU4 u4tnl Va i 1 rlat
It e!i MiJ rtf 11,1 Ml creditors t- fi.u U.cir tia ms
M,tU-.d jAiiU WvIi A4Y
Benefit and Last appearance but one of the talented
yonng American Tragedian and Versatile Actor
H. A Perry,
who will appear this evening In three favorite characters.
On this evening. Friday. 0-t. 28d. In3T. will be pre-
ented the beautilul Droin, ty W. li.djiitb, of New York,
The Drunkard; or, The Fallen Saved.
After wh-eh -ill P9 Dresented b7 de re. the celebrated
Screen Scene, from tbe comedy, eu'.iuea
A chool for Scandal.
The performance wi lconciuie with the new Farce, in 1
act, ecu led
A MAN ABOUT TOWN.
iBOARDIXG.&.So. 1 room
and oardinz can be had by api ling at
Nu 4, Market street. " tie; 23
UR. GOODWIN woi.d re-rectfuliy inti 'ate to tbe la
dies aDd BiutlcoieQ of Nashviie and vicinitv that
hs second te& oa will commence on Saturday, ctober
26 h. at his tooins on Coileee street. All the different
styles of canelnn wiil be ta .ght, tcg-the with t e bea ti-
iui waitz I. a Ulrica. Mas OKa ne arrargement, amen are
now in f ishion with the first society of r and other
capital- of Kurope. cU.s of gentlemen will commence
on Tuesday at T oVIoca, P. M Cotiiion parlies every
Fun nr. nt.
'IWO neat Dwelling Houses, on cummer street, south
A- af BrOid, lor the enduing year; ech containing 7
Room, bailies Kile hen and , rvants knr-m: ith Stable.
Carriage Hooe, a c. Appl to L. D. KAKKK,
r.ashville,Oct ii - tr at Planters' Bank.
TO TI1C LADIES!!
X r ess- rXxl5L:n.sr-
1 RS. HOWKRra , Union street, would restectfull J
inform ihe Ladies of Nashville, that fhe ha ceeured
the services of alisg A. V. McCMhK a superior Daass-
Miiaa.to superintend thi department of t.er business
She is now prepared to have any style of Dress trade at
tbe shortest notice, aad invites her numerous pa rous to
give her a can.
Mr. H wili soon be prepared open to her Fall and w inter
Millinery goods. sei-fit -t n.
SHei ilY's S c.
BT virtne of an execution an I orde - ol sale to me di
rected frm Joaiih Ferris, r.ito, , in favor of Jo. ii.
Frown attains Bin to a Mo re, I win on he 14lh dar of
Novembe next, expose to ale, at the re-idetce of Ja 1 e
Miller, jr., dge!ie d, ner Nashville, to tlir highest bi.idcr
for cash, a I" the interest or rig'.t that Joseph barton has
in and to a negro w .man n-ttned liarr et. and her two
children, Mary ami Ioa it eng the 1 7 , art thereof -aid
r perty will be so id to -a l.-fv sal' I execution and oraer
ot saie. bale wi iiiu lc..l hours
J.K. ' M iNDSON. Sheriff,
OCt'6-td. bv R. . AM U-.LL D f.
OWINC1 to the financial ondilion of the countr., and
the (feat depression of 'radi, I tin 1 it necc- rv to
reluce tne price i K n to 8c uer lb., to t&kf e ' et f om
an i after the first ua of November, ls57 fter the 1st
da of November I ill pay He cash for ood ; n 1
hope the trade wi 1 i-ee tbe neces i y ot ibi coarse at mis
tr Dr line on u.anufaciurers.
OCl!t-lm. W. . VV Ml If. MA I.
In view of the general suspension of specie payment o
the Banks of Tenue-see and other giates, the under igned
have to-da. deemed it u ladvusuble longer to continue specie
payment. The holders of our notes who may prefer the
notes of the Una- of Tennessee, cau at aU times receive
them i:i exchange for ours.
DYER PEARL, res't of the City Bank.
A. R CKOZIrR
W, B SII PARD,
D F. CARTER,
Traders' Ba. k.
Bank of Commerce.
' of the Union.
r E ill pny the highest market pr ce in cash for prime
ril nr hi!A wliHal for i m ma i i At,, d el vr w
J JtiN: j, U'KWKit A CO.
I 'HE creditor-: of G. V". -q 0er le irn some'him to
to their interest by ca 1 ng a m o'l.c- No. 16 t herry
treet. lose niebieJ to ti; a e 1. pka-ecill and
-ettle, a long' r lime cannot be iven.
ictir-n ti M c. D'NN.
C O 'F T
Nashville to Charleston and Savannah.
IKOM ind after ihi date cotton will becariied hrougn
1? to Oi arlest-iD and Savannah f r i 8n j er bale, of not
over5iKlwei ht. Kles ei(;hinu over N'" lb., wui be uo
iect io a chr((e of t6 ccntu per 1 0 lb for the xcos. This
is a reduction ot 75 ci per oa e from lot rr.er rate .
shippers ":ut furmsh the Agents with a correct list of
weight , and are informed that rot on not ir
good miui'I'IM; oitoi:ic
ill be refu ed. CUAS. W. A N DER-ON,
oci5 General Avent.
Sff Cotton from al stations west of Mevennon will be
ch rgeJ same rat-s
Nafhville.net i-t 1S."7.
Health of American Women.
From Vie Kew York Doily Xeics (Editorial).
"We desire to call attention to a let er fro D'. Joshua
F. Bridge, o 'The lle tlth ol A-ntriean Women,' io anoiher
column. He treat the suhject in an able manner, and his
skiU aiid medicai judg nent may be rehed upon."
From ih Albany Homing Fs-pre.
"Mar-hall's Uteriue Catholiron hus prov-d to be f llv as
valtianle as it is claimed t be in man- evere test made
bv ni- dical pe tlemn and others Dr. Hridj e is a regul r
phvsjcian cf very fine attainments, a man of great jurijr-
ment ann ai crieoination, a judicious and h ghlv success
ful practitioner in all diseases, eS; cially those of aoi.en
'Marshal's Uterine Catiolicoa -.ill certiinlv cure all
the diseases for hich it isreco mended.
" There is no medicine li e it in this country "
"In the worst c tses I have ever met ifi Marshall's Cte
line Cathohoon is a ceriain and safe remedy "
MAESHALL'S UTERINE CATH0LIC0N
is unhe-itatingly offered as a reliable reniedy for all those
complaints to which every wo nan is ti .die, and hieh
gra main- ailsct Hie rund as well as tlie bo iv. si that to
think, talk or wor-. beco-ne alike a sou ce of suflering. if
not nf Imims ibid y. Amonir the eomlaints for which the
:at' ol cm s a remedy, a e ratling of the Wo 'b, Wht es,
-uotires ed, Irregu ar or Ponf il len tr tation, Bloa-ing,
Id! luima'ions am Ditae- of ihe Kil' evs or I'rinarv
Oig,n , Ketention or Incontinence of Urine, ear i burn.
Co.tivene s. Nervousness, ifainiinKs, Palpi'ation-, ramps.
Disturbed Sleep, and all trouiile ,org4nic or sympathetic,
cofintcied ilh the uterine organ.
L.J ei ho are troubled w th any of the aho e symp
toms, or with s jine, liver r lung complai'it-, are invited
l u-e thi med c ne, ith f ill con-d nee that be will
tinl relief. Marshall's I'terme Caihohcoti s notaq.iac
medicitie, hut its ingt edi--ots ha e beru mude know: to
the ed ral Ool ete , and hey are at the aer.ica of any
re-,teciahl- ph -iri -n he e-"n rv.
The price of it A HSll.il. l.'S U fCt .V g CATUOLI
COS, is in bullar ami a Half per bot'le.
l.tX. M t!K Z1E.
A eul. Ora'enb rg Co.,
Oct'21. For TeJti-usee AUb ma and ieo gla.
EGBERT A. RAW0RTH,
JUS.JCK OF TW-' PKA CE.
COI VISSIONER OF D ED3,
9 prepared to ex-cue any businest pe tiini-tg to the
above named uiftee.
I he aiinanlce: ifyinit 'e'o-l ions, the a- io V te
t of reel 'oweriof Mtorn .a i i o"i-r l-i. rii-nrnti
of writing o be u ed m oilier Si ale , will cj no I hit
panic liar te itioi.
O.hce, et iloo-n.City Hall, SJ tory octls.
HIS Is the favorable time to buil t vo-r riterns. The
oasiT ciSTKk.i si u.;'a. Ill (,H L. UKAI'V. i now ig
'.hi citv.an'i preparerl io biHJ t em of all im, appli
cation made bv no'e, or o'herwife , to U. 'I. -eovel. ill
receive promii attention. Mttne-r.', ttn.
j i n r it i i i v i.i,
I H tV 'M nt-W nf Fall nd Vlnter 'JokIi, Oen-
tlemrns Farnhl"e -oo t and t ithinr.
AI o a riM-l -tifmii of loths Cfiinr. anl Vet-
I pf. nil of hich tll be made 'ip to ord-r m the most a-
pmve tvty'e. by T. J I i I tf" t.
em 17. Tio. 11 t;ed4r stree , Nai'iville
rHF. eitlsens of N'a-hviile now have an opportunity of
providing thenxclve with a full supply of iOU
COAL fir the winter, bv application 'o the undersicoel,
or to J. M. U 4'VKlN,at the Etna Coal oce. Sa.livilU
and fhattanooa Railroad Depot.
aos24 tf. C. v.. if. M . a X , a rent
ITS'' ooeo-d 'u- iTty, bro n, 4 btei rloti. alt.
f-r b-v -o ft rs vf a u d M
Hn-ine and O e oa s, toiteths with a 6a as ort neai
fl.t sit VLSTS,
"ant erwar. c, at
15 Codnr -troot.
( i.in n a tun i r,
1 Art Btlt.Ct.ff-e;
iiSb4-- " 0. foraaletowbv
. r. KtvDT.
1 1 Ann ti
LB. tro Fittfcarir;
l.JttUJ ke. .a.., a.-orted;
. v kef .tad, a -or
('ton Caaliof, ty
R. C IttSHT.
SALT YAH A1U tiOMS.
OAf ' "a-t;
tM Rovia, fcy
Oetlt). r. r. Evnr
IIISK, tVJUMvV. vtlUMU. '
1 1111 Bl,!.j4:lm!iiii:h,i K,,rr;
JL W Vf .So favne't a.-i-rr- ua County;
a- " r..4.,i
Abd ail art c! to IBs iruery iiae,
Tcnnesseo Plovr Factory.
U? K h an hand aad wi I mma t r j 9ti0
Ut mt l'tw w.aaufartl a u H.b , .ol
vjerchaaty tu-l liiiovn t'is.MS.i.a la (.uui, a,,
Nruth4 at tmeUrTj j. ik. -
, , 3 UlUMAM feiTUIM.'
ftt!-ljaL. 1J. !.
Lb.t of clvaa WuOL !, for hws I
"Fy ! ta if.
IL. C. bASlti.
GRAND AND MAGNIFICENT
0? NEW, FREH, AND FASHIONABLE
rii Asm fin-rro nnnnS !
riLL ntu fiiiiicii uuwu i i
Jo. 14 Pufdte SqK,re, A'aslmil e, Tenn.
Tr will on TCr DAY, w FUN SD T, AD THURS
V DY, November intn, Hth, and '2 h.ell at Aoc
tion on aeco-mtof orner, 'rvtstee-, vtar-h i' of 'ate, and
all others concern d, a grind and masn:fictnt stock of
si aplk a"d Ftsrv nitv coons
Rrdv-mrie Clothire, Soft, F-jr. -nd Wool Ht's: Phoe
Broginsand Boo's: Q"enswsre. H"rdwre aniCutlerv;
lot us o Pine Ve'vet Caroet, all 'ool Carpet one-ha'f
Wool arrx-tina', 4e :
Prints of all kins and qua'it;e;
Bleichrt Domest'C of a I kir-ds;
Brown acd Bleached Cotton Jeans-
I'laid ' inseys of all kinds
Superfine, Ml Wool Cashmeres, Side-stripe do, Berk
Tweed", Kentucky Jeans and Casinett'.a'l qualit es and
Super French Ciimeres;
rnun Flannel . hron and bla-hed;
Americin and Enirli h Mer noes;
Fni?lish and American De'-m-;' Rnhes of all kind-;
All wool DeL-Aioe-s All wool F erch ler;noes
Tilled Prsians and eri..es, r0horr , e.;
Wh te, ye!:ow. and red Flannel, aborted.
Allicda'e Cnun'tT" n"j;
Mohair and Ml? Wor - A' ceaf;
Blaclc Silk, all wid'h-; Tsble Cloths:
rowels; Di,.er ; Buttons; Threads; Wool rid ro'toa
Hosiery ; Gauntlet-; (i ove; Sup-n lers, Tri nmings. C
White Jsi-rnefts; Cros Barred Vmlin;
Nan-ook Muilins; 8 iss Muslin;
Jacoonett and !wis Fdinrs snd lQrtirg; faps. Col
lars, Sleeves, ihemiset's. Cuffs, Ac.
Superfine Moire An'ique, Ye'.ve;, Chec ed, CI '.h and
Merino Cloaks and Mantles, Ac.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Bov' and Youths' oot8;
I.a.lie' nd Misses Kid, Morocco, and Kip Ecots;
Calf an1 Kip Boots;
t obound and Land B Broeans:
M d Boots;
Negro Brognns, Carpet acs, o.
Fine C'oth Dres and Frock Coats;
Kine Braver Over coats:
Tweed, Cassimere aad Cloth Business Coa's;
Blac- and Fancv Cassimere, fassinet aud Jeans Pants;
8ilk, Satin and fiirmin Vests;
A large s ocof Blanket and Pi ot Clnth Over-eoat; Fine
Mrse lle an ' ChlntMhirt-; Kine l inen Koom an. I Ootton
hhirts; Wool n;t Shirts and P. a Jackets; Negro Kerseys,
of all kinds; u per tine Bed Blankets, common and eood
Neero Blankets; 4-4, and I 8 onabuws and Domestic,.
IHHDWAHE WO qi'EC.HijWAIti:.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, assorted;
100 pieces of E trs Puperfine Velvet Onrpetinj All wool
Carpe ing One ha f wool do; Hearth Ru?. e
We il sell the Carpet TUKKD Y M RMVfi, com
mtnci'g i W n',-:,., k. , reci-elv. the fir-1 d of -ale.
a i oi tne oooii. are no in st rien i- for ex m nation.
Citv and cnu-try n'erchs.nts wl o pav ca-h an-1 pa their
no:ef .f t th,. day they are due, are requested to at-
euu m s saie, and u.K "Mf K.- This ;n e'r
rhHrre f r you ure, as e intend to put the goods tl ro '(tn
'kigh ing;" they n.ust gc, that' all.
TKil Ct Li Crs.
Com islon -erchants.
Tauu- 1 s ims under 100, etr casr; kII sum over
i e ru unaer fio ,-iyiy das; all su" s over 'J0' aud
mder '30 , mne'v davs; ail sums o er I'JiMl fo ir otonth
nme wi i re given for sa l-fartiry ,.ott , na able a te
BaDk t T uncs ee, at Nashville.
TRABtTK A LCTS,
Oct 7 d No.T4, Pubi c "iiuare, Nashvii e.
A UEW BOOK,
By the a ithor of the
Xj ixjjclj - JL slt or,"
Jast receive ! by
CHAR Ki W. SMITH.
iN Ii V B0( )KS.
Qt'ITS. By -he au'horof the' Initials "
TH y PlINTIRS' DAHtiHT": . A Tale of lxu!slana.
GCY LIVINGSTON; Or, Thorough.
THINE AND MINK ; Or, The -tep Mother's Reward.
NOTHING TO SAY. Doesticks.
1TIF. C.RKTSOV LCTT' KS. l y He-ry "ouer-..
TH K WUKl.D IV A PiiCKKT II K
E.yd IN' BI'W.lt'PHY AND CKKiriSM.
INFORM ATI' V ABOUT rKXA. Hrahan.
THE I'llO't B'lV AVD MKRI'HaNT PRIVR.
Tt'CKfR'S "ISTO'Y OF I'M I KI PTaTL.-.!
M A B i- L VAL'GHAN. by tneauthorof Lamplighter.
For ale by CIRLrS w. PM!'"!!
oc 17. BO 41 olh e treet.
I.ATi: T FDITIOVS.
Anhwell on Ke" ale,
"u'ld on Ihe I icer
Buckler on llror c' i'l
Bartleff on F-vi-tm,
Blat eston on the ' he t,
Co o 'rbt on Fee-ales,
Carpenter' Ph -iologv.
Con lie on Clii'drt" ,
'h-rchilt on Female",
fhuiehi'l o- fhi'dren,
C c'oiedia of 'edicine,
Detee-on Feint le,
n-"-ee on i hihlren,
Dunp i-ton's D:etionar.-,
l iRt on ' e'tiale,
Mrl oi ''uerpt-ral Fever.
Mi l'rii en I- of surgery.
Vil'r- I"act ce of urgery,
Neill A f i'h's Co pou d,
Neil' on the "'erven,
x eli(tn on 'he Skin,
Awn ou 'he eeth,
Pirri h'- ' hrtrpmry,
P-rcirn Materia Me lies,
Parker o' phi!i-f
Ro' Ie' 'at-ria "e 'ici,
Ra"ho hitm's patur 'nn,
Sarirent's Minor Surgery, a
D'lnff'i-ion'i Mafer Me'Ir i, rlrnon' '"hnlog
D'ln-r'i on' new Remedies, Trd I Row "tin's
D"f on on the rr,
DeJoneh on Pod Liver Oil,
Taor's Nted .I'lriMpruil-nco,
Wh it to l, serve ai BedsMe,
"rlc .o"s S"IKerv.
WPson on the : in,
froN Palholoplcal Anatomy ,W'llKOn' Tjxector,
Jones .nil Gievol'lnv,
Krie PkfretV Phys'olofrv,
w'hl'ehead on thortion,
Fve's -'urgV-.l Ca ee.
Lawn nae on the Fe,
'lac'l e's "'nrir eul Ana'omv,
'"st reoeh ed bv
w b n
CHA"T T ? W. FM TH,
4' Pn'l s '.
TTAGAV & BRO.,
No. 't? M ft. Vo. . I niou Sf..
N'h li v II I e. Pe'"'f'ee.
GfTieral 'Roo Sellers anfi Stationers,
, " For iTeinlir.
OOnFY'-t LATY" It' ' Vf'l N'OVFM " R. tor a
bv It AO 4 V 4 "
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TNT W BOOKS.
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a i v V- e th1-
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TAt.v of '-o -is't
mo. Price 1 5
a: V "! w. "ij .ey
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TJY Marion lia-linl n'wr of '-.
S'l- j.l it toe I9i "AHI A
THE TOUT'I IF TTOWLFDOE
TTie Reason Why,
fr 'M-,, which
ec ni of -nm" 'ho i-andt o' re ons
ICh. . ne knnn . ro,er.
li'f'lt iml-rlnol oo of eon- n ed r'.nr'l knowl
edj.-- foethe mlMun Pre? l, ". Frs-'eby
ct IT H ! v ft BIO.
A new Novel by tb. utcr of " tha TuiUUi."
Q"I': oe b 'he Bn'one . Tantnl.ie it, Au'hor ef
'he Italian- " I it received by
i IIAftAV k BRO.
" Rnrjj: trel.wvxev," "
Or. TIME WORKS Wo V ;
A Pen, ue i to 44 Ur-i'd rrac." J. P. nith, a ithor of
'"ick rar eton," te
MvnriiiMi r sv.
A f.IO'If HP aT M iHliaaHU -tSOBtrtY,
Which has "N'o'.h n to Do" with ' Nothiag o Vtr." By
Mrmf; tii rT.
Not h 'h- tllh--of 'S f'.l t . n Wer
(oet luo n a b no.
I t I'l'll.
"'el and ruled.
to I re-
C-l el b
imWI T ll-rlv.
rZ OR""" 'lu and Whi B mrjet Bot'd fa r eelv.
(oe l 114 JAN A fsto.
T'ir r-rt"l another lot o fcHllr. v.'riti'f I of
J MTH'W sii i
, aa I . 'te- in ii
i; II A'Sfii: II Mi.
fRK.-ll loea of Fu'ii'ii'.'i and atiry I w U)
iia iio' niisrAMiiMi i i.i.t ipi,
jifVV i a wta-ot of C-ilf. )-:cri tint re- elvef
as t for tale by
wrA J II UiILU
i:nKitoiii:iti:t miiu ru
lT ree vl a Bail inrue of ncJ-ic; rb.ui-J.
re l Kjri. " ill it eva or- er, suitable, fu party
acJ w4J:c tKUiuU.
'wrtl J 11 MeO ILL
UI t KMil Mlllll S
A riw - U:y of Suctuis t Jrl., rac.ivei u4
a A. far
i M Me HI U
( ut.it i: it,
JYCHT var.ty ot mi uhS t CJi it A EA 8, all at
o-f J H. M-0T.
Nftl' USTII IMIIIIAVtls,
Utt-r rat a-a-j-HTirst of l.-eii. f.x-sa. t lea ard
vat. oev ! i--.sdM. wttH asi s-t--sa.
nelv Of a l-n jvw! , rriv4 at-J fjr s upoa
abi let y
' J. H. Vr-OM I.
Li' so l fleta'.iemco's F-if n set.itjjr f.at,'
V' . et-rrer o' vjit tr a-i I t !'rtt.
'irfropulitan CJtinp: Ik'Jif.
wtil stirs tir (! -b-R. tit, ro'i.f f C- ai
Cfc.rrj .He,-, tUej-OAr, ttit. T! uF U t UK.
Tlie Reason Why!
A careful eollec kin of some thousands of RtaiOns for
Things which, i hough general'y kno n, are imper
. fectly enderstood.
By the Author of -INQi 1,-E WIT IIINV
This day received by
Oct22. W. T BERRY A O
A NEW NOVKL
By the Author of "The I'litish.
A V-t I, By the Author of Tbe Inft's."
Just received by oct22, W. T. BEKRY A
W. T. I ,:Y I O. hwvejnst tereivrd
The legixhiitre GuM', cont-iring nil the rules fo' con
ducting bu ires- In envres . JeCerson Mann'; and the
0 tizrns Maanal: it copio- s ni' s and tfinrpinal refer
ence , explni i i"P tl e rnlf kt.' the ;iutron'y then for d'
s;?ned -o (conon ise tin e an ' secure i ri orrcity in the pro
eeedine of a;l rl Iterntivt s-senb ies.
TF1 LIFF CF GBEAT ORATOR
V. T. lt II l V
THE t IFF OF
A . I.avt- on
. PR XII. Ki'i ed hy Brother.
8 vo 1. 12 o.
Neto Patriek Henry. . 8. Tren'ls' w the preatest
na'ural orator that has srpearef in this roun ly.
Dasz'ing wit, kten Mrritm, apt i:li.stra: ions, and brilliant
fluureJof soeech. poured in tofui.-n trrm his'lit s borne
on a torrent of teehrg hich irresis'ib'y car.-ied away
whatever audience he addressed.
V. T. RI'llK V & t . bat e also on sale
WIRT 8 LIFE V PATHICK III.NRY. 1 vol.
GARIAN'D'- LIFE OfJOUV R A DOLPII.
MArjnU.lS I.IFF f-F WSI'IXGToN.
Mf RFS TIKE OP SHF1IDAN. O-tU.
BALDWIN' FLU4H IN ALABAMA ANMIS
BALDWIN'S PARTY LttADrR. Beinir Sketches ol
Jeffer on. ''amtlton Jackson. C tr, c. oetlA.
Faunv Fern's Xru Hook.
F r e s h L e a v c s i
RY FANNY FFKN.
In one volume. Blue and Hold,
From the AVir York Courier,
Funnv' leave are a'wavt fTe-h. liv Iv and pltinint, and
they hve the ar-m- of na'ore arouf h?m Inereare a
rou n-anv rof'rd crl h aho av tha' Fannv is r de.
vu r and flippant. Hut this r'a" o' critic thl-ik that
auvthin ! mir'f and vnle-r, tnl fluisnt, tht ! nof
comr-on-pl-ce and Cull, and -teii i. ! kepe; re r.d
ftvr o, and fc trrn. and tlUr.n. unit Inv . are e.tl-
ullv rnrtr . art the re d' c-jrir II pop lar. A Kench
cri-le hs core n'e'l 'hatit.eiire tn a tlnne hill. In. what
f it? Cri'ic- .It h vi th, ir y, n.l thev h ive a r tih' to
v whir itfn tM- k- a-xl the puM-c ha- a iifht O inma
too; a nd i' a I v enerc e. 'ij. icht ithnm an." reora
reeurd to tr e oi'lT-io-' nf cll lein the a ra'her thus
for 'he vane "r- a church -tt-ep i. The teil-lic have : iven
nnqi'etjonahle evi'Vrce-of liki' ir.rny I yti's ?te che-.
anil the prhiir rev. r a prove o' ha' i- war e and vol-
r. '"snnv- stvle has the vivsri y, itrwnr , and epi
yrtr-ina ra' i;velires of the Freneli srhiu". while bar
fincv ia o fill of eri il trnclrrnrs'. a d a Irrmnu with
M'e d-" 'ic fprrt and fe lit as 'tie mo t l.rar;v nd
.linmt.- f Fnifli h writ rs her- -re mm- w' o com
plain tbat si e i. a n er- par pui.' I t, ai d hr i i d
so werr holo-- on, anil Frank i'l and ' ope, nd Montaljrnr ,
and la Roclrfu catld and Bucon. Id t it "! I an
ondoh trtion o rra e to any a t or iha' c v i"rwd
Irto a i ararraph the alt which anoiher i i v-iin -'temrte I
to diCne throueh an esa or i volume. Fannv Fern
ell" be.l into a reputatien throuph the uira e-l .lithe, me ,
he wrote 'r boure io irna', and compelled the world
to recoin ize her rj-uju- in fpl;e of the unfortunate chac
nel throntrh wl w she a hlressed It
The present volume Is a er pretty little one i'n gt t
ed(r, and a quai t bind in w iih ' at an an' tquatr look.
ial in ir a vt-rv apreet.hle contract to tre coirmon i me aoa
KO'I now the raiie atn Dt book nianuf c urers.
FOn SALE IX Q TAX THUS JSY
U . T. BlHR Y &. CO.
' I HfSK M ' 1 1 IN V ft
' o-her ci'nihitieil.
outnenb r, in r-.'l al u-e, aU
n hate hern extensively and
proPt't-iv uted, 'o the pa-t ...
ceivable descr'ptioo ot woi k. Tht
ve r. , n ev 'V cr II
frfHiftt jiio'itol using
CNr TKOUSANP PPLLARS A YFAR.
They alote con b ne the f ree rrra e-sertiat- of me,
chanism, vis : II HI'. HI UK', am hi' ALII 11 V,
and will ue the fti eft if eil ti e eo)Tet fabrics,
aill oiit fault. Kor fan-II- ere. Pret- n akinir, Tai orinii
Boots nd rltin, lisrnri- woik, It.i e, t'ev are in
va'uable tnt-th si.lrs of the .tilch heit g alike. It can
renhtr rip rcr ravel.
The Machines will be courteously exhibit, d, a; all time.,
' I . 4l I'l iti ic sH ahi:,
(Over Hick.' ''hina "all.)
XA S1IVILLE, rnXXESSFE;
Or ro' le- ot I. M Pinter A Co.S fasette wl ' be furnish
ed, or n ai'.-d gruti. to ailho ilesTe Informal. on con-
cerninv Se"in Machmss.
WM A. TN'tl Y.K Ag-ent.
-fw- Ct ntra' office, Broad a . N. Y.
I AV1M5 a.'oeiol'd ith me in tie Whnh-.ale ti'ooery
and P-tHlure llii-inets. den. Pi l.Pi-0 M)St-i.H. of
' rlianii' . the umsuf 0"r O'm 'II h- V A C A II' ".'ON,
th pi ttil ft.r ihe libera1 patronage 1 b ve eretofore re.
Ceived, I aonld v sj full irfor u n y d eii-to" ers. auc
all new onrs, 'ha' urder the p-e-ert rrTKi-iurn' Ihrj
be niuet letter rupplird than h. retofo-e. and rusi
thev wui call aud examine our lare ioc cf oo.l now.
In .tore. 1 i l' II MiK KH N.
CUt''" S ' SHIOH,
Manit UJe, Tenn.
P. Sr C. ANDFRS0N,
Wholesale Grocen, Pnda-e and Comtnisaim
M K ll C H N rs,
AMD psiLas' is
Brandies, Winrs, Whisky, &c,
Urali rs In Huron, nrj. a-l ounirj
1'iadnce, of every ler ri pliuu,
Xo S, Rroud Stret,
N AMI VI I. I.I , riMM-i:.
Tf) have now In store and offer for rale cheap.
fol n.ini choice and select articles
r ixt sacks fine halt:
Jjoil titft O tlee;
t Dm coarse do;
l.mifl kef Nails, orted;
ft' Idt 8' gar, frtm f ne to
Jou dosen painted buckets;
4o tr.Ur do;
V5 net T 'b-;
Siti i-riji hn-, assorted;
V5 lbs Loi.f, t'imhed and
Hoadered -' far.
& 0 rean s V rsppitu Ftper,
SoO hoirs Uiatware, as-
l losen V'ai)ibnards;
1 bci r pice;
lu " I'epper;
Iimi r.-k. nn h 8oda;
b " Alum
2 cask MadJtr:
Si'ii bsft Cotton lard , as
lO';rl Milb's Rectifed Whieky;
VO Kye i;
fa) " Htwirboo ;
to " Monerrahela do.
5 " Pwcet V me
In V pipe, t ne brandies;
1t .ncO Cifai, assorted;
C" I ' ap ;
bu M, T-oacto, aa.orted;
aNi " Freaoo'i's sm
Sinbai" S'"t.a sorted;
SvOltn Bar Lal;
5 br. s Hlar.itiiT,
1" rix Ma Cher;
4 frro-tns liniirfa.
nt ererv o-her arteia In the tir.-ry line which are
offered al entrtmely k prices.
r. a u. ?tu tL3ij.
itcltf No 8 Uroa I street.
piIF .u-rribrr.!.AVe a rKA r-kW MILL in mroess
I ful nert ion la Jc on c i' l V. Ala., en the Nash
ville and Chsfan-1 1 Kalho', C'ar i-tev,-r-.u Depot,"
and are prrparaU ;o f ita.h :U " 1 ' f Umm', aod in
im qwuiui. .i f" stu.re-S u .t re. Thev re-pctfally
. icit erJrrs fr i peron in the citr of Nash- Ml wiahii.it
I., tub. r of a d- cr ptn Thry w II d liver Lumber at
'aTXa1''' IN-.t'.TtLI.T C0.
LEA & PERRINS'
of a Letter from a
to his Bsorum,
-Tell Lift . P.K.
KINS that Unelr fALCi
bibi tomtom wed ia in.
ha. and Is, ta my optus
oa. Uia awat paiaUUile,
as wU aa the saaal
hoisxAis Sau thai H
TO BK THK
0SLY GOOD SAUCE,
is aerucaatJi vo
TSe oti'y eda! sn.J ly U.e Jury oft e New Turk Ex.
h'Liaiu kit fr-a flt.tiiicd fcy Lk A M I'tK.
UN. Iu itveix ki'KCa--l thlilUt.iAt. CK lhaworki-wfcle
if ka kavia li l buiui'JU u uiALoiis.-xirchaierv
Sr Mis'- r.)ae'evl to r that the name a of Li. A
ft Ht ! n -""" ' 1" re-fJ ujtiu tt. Lviiie aad uoptir, aud
ru-td H" ki laUik. , .
t, &iu:t for t: l s;icJ Mates,
jon:; ruxcAX & soxs, : ,
4Ui, litoadu)i V.'
A rto k alwa.tia lur. Al),or !er reewive.1 for dii(f
at frosa U-i.ad. May , 'O? ly secp. -
VI A VTi: Da?,CCJ labeis l Cat:. .,'
V ajs . l. l Dlt &IT,
J. I t.
U. UWAv.N A CV,